DC Temperature Controller

For Research Only – Not For Human Use

“The FHC DC Temperature Controller is reliable and easy to use, and most importantly, it permits for quiet recordings without AC noise.”

–Dr. Robert Froemke, New York University

A feedback-based system for monitoring and maintaining subject or bath liquid temperature

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Research Application:

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Technical Details:
  • Output Voltage: 0-35V DC (Ripple < 25mV peak to peak)
  • Output Current: 0-1A
  • Temperature Range: 25°C – 45°C
  • Temperature Display: 3 Digit LED indicating temperature in degrees and .1 degrees C
  • Temperature Accuracy: .2°C
  • Thermistor Resistance Required: 5000 Ohms at 25°C
  • Heater Element Resistance Required: 35 Ohms minimum
  • Power Requirements: 100-240 VAC, 50-60Hz

Require for use:

Choice of a thermistor and choice of a heating element

Ordering Information:

Product number: 40-90-8D

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Product Sizes:


  • Height: 13cm (5.22in)
  • Width:  10cm (4.20in)
  • Length: 25cm (9.75in)
There are no instruction manuals for this product.

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