Electronic Temperature Switch (ETS 1700)

The electronic temperature switch ETS 1700 is used mainly together with the temperature probe TFP 100, which was specially developed for tank mounting. The 4-digit display can indicate the actual temperature, one of the switching points or the maximum temperature.

The maximum temperature indicates the highest temperature which has occurred since the unit was switched on or was last reset.

The 4 switching outputs can be used to control heating and cooling processes in hydraulic systems, for example. 4 switching and switch-back points which are independent of each other can be adjusted very simply via the keypad. For incorporation into monitoring systems (e.g. with PLC) an analogue output (4 to 20 mA or 0 to 10 V) is also available.

View below for detailed specifications.

  • 4-digit display
  • Easy operation due to key programming
  • 4 limit relays, switching points and switch back points can be adjusted independently
  • Analogue output signal selectable (4 to 20 mA or 0 to 10 V)
  • Many useful additional functions
  • Optional mounting position (pressure connection on the top/bottom, keypad and display can be turned through 180°)

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