Highlights of the Model 22C:
The Model 22C is a two-input, four control loop cryogenic temperature controller designed for general purpose laboratory and industrial use. Each input is independent and capable of temperature measurement to <200mK with an appropriate temperature sensor.
The Four-output control loop circuits feature a primary 50W heater, a secondary heater of 25W and two 10-Volt non-powered outputs. All control modes are supported by all outputs.
The 22C front panel incorporates a high resolution graphics TFT type Liquid Crystal Display with an exceptionally wide viewing angle. With it's bright white LED backlight, complete instrument status can be seen at a glance, even from across the room.
Flexible Inputs: The Model 22C has two independent input channels, each of which can be easily configured to operate virtually any type of cryogenic thermometers including an option for up to two thermocouple sensors.
A unique feature of the Model 22C is the use of a ratiometric AC resistance bridge to measure all types of temperature sensors
The resistance bridge is used in a constant-voltage AC mode to provide robust support for the Negative Temperature Coefficient (NTC) sensors. These include
Ruthenium-oxide, Carbon-Glass, Cernox™, Carbon-Ceramic, Germanium and several others.
Positive Temperature Coefficient (PTC) resistor sensors including Platinum and Rhodium-Iron RTDs use the resistance bridge in its constant-current, AC mode. Platinum RTD sensors use a built-in DIN standard calibration curve that has been extended to 14K for cryogenic use.
Diode sensors are supported over their full temperature range by using the Model 22C's bridge in a DC, constant-current mode.
Four Control Loops: The Loop #1 heater output is a linear, low noise RFI filtered current source that can provide up to 50-Watts into a 50Ω resistive load. Three full-scale ranges are available in decade increments down to 500mW full-scale.
Loop #2 is a linear heater with that will provide up to 25-Watts into a 50Ω resistive load. Two decade ranges provide outputs of 25 and 2.5-Watts full-scale.
Loop #3 and #4 are non-powered voltage outputs intended to control an external booster power supply. Output is user selectable at zero to 10-Volts or zero to 5.0-Volts.
All control loops are completely independent and any loop may be controlled by any sensor input.
Alarms and Relays: Visual, remote and audible alarms. Additionally, there are two large dry-contact mechanical relays. Each may be independently programmed to assert or clear based on a high or low temperature condition.
Remote Control: Standard remote interfaces include 100/10 Ethernet, IEEE-488(GPIB) and USB.
Data logging is performed by continuously recording
to an internal 1,000 entry buffer. Data is time stamped
and non-volatile memory is used so that data will
survive a power failure.
LabView™ drivers are supplied for the Ethernet
TCP/IP, IEEE-488, and USB interfaces.
Firmware updates: Full instrument firmware
updates may be installed by using the Ethernet
connection. All updates are free of charge.
General purpose laboratory:
Data Acquisition / Computer control:
|CalGen™ and Cryo-Con™ are registered
trademarks of Cryogenic Control Systems, Inc.
All other product and company names are trademarks or trade names of their respective companies.
Tel: (858) 756 3900 Fax: (858) 759 3515
Specifications subject to change without notice. ©Cryogenic Control Systems, Inc. 1998 - 2013