1/4 DIN



    PM4C1KK-AAAAAAA 1/4-DIN 2-Outputs



    • Two Solid State Relay Outputs Each .5-Amp Single Pole N/O Contacts
    • One Universal Input
    • 100 ~ 240V-Ac Auto-Tune PID Controller With Extensive Full Features Menu
    • Also Available In 12~24V-Dc 24V-Ac Model PM4C3KK-AAAAAAA
    • Standard Bus Communications
    • Can Be Configured Via Computer With Free Software From Watlow

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    • Solid State Relay Form A Specifications:
      • Maximum Resistive Load 0.5A at 20 ~ 264Vac
      • Rated For Pilot Duty 20Va 120/240Vac
      • Single Pole Single Throw Normally Open Contact
      • Opto Isolated Without Contact Suppression
      • Off State Leakage Maximum 105mA
      • Output Does Not Supply Power
      • Not For Use On DC Loads

      Two Wire Bus Communication
      Interface Type EIA-485 Also Known As RS-485 Comes Standared With All PM Series Controllers Which Can Provide An Easy Alternative to Setting Up Program Menu Options. Various Profiles Can Be Configured And Saved As Files And Can Be Up Loaded To Other PM Controllers. USB To Serial Converter Is Required To Connect The PM Controller To Any Computer With A USB Port.

      NOTE: Switching Pilot Duty Devices Such As Control Coils For Relays Or Contactors Produces An Electro-Magnetic Force When De-Engergizing Those Type Of Loads. To Protect The Controller's Electronic Circuitry From The Inductive User Load, The Use Of An RC Suppressor Also Known As A Snubber Device Should Be Wired Between The Load And The Load Output Terminal Of The Controller. An Exception Is The Use Of Watlow Solid State Relays Having Internal RC Suppression.

      Review The Data Sheet Tab For More Specifics Or Check Out The Operator's Manual From The Download Tab

      PROGRAM FEATURESAdvanced Auto-Tune PID Control Algorithm
      WARRANTY Three Years
      OTHER FEATURESIP2X Increases Safety For Installers And Operators
        What is the difference between model numbers ending in BAA and models ending in AAA?
        Both controllers have the same form, fit, and function in fact they are the same controller with the exception of the program menus. The PM controllers ending in BAA have a more user-friendly EXPRESS menu that is application-oriented for thermal control. The PM controllers ending in AAA have a more comprehensive menu that in addition to thermal control the programming of various other processes such as pressure, humidity, valve control and much more is included in the programing menu.