PID1500 1.5 A Temperature Controller

  • Plug-and-play packaging
  • All controls and heatsink integrated
  • Single Supply Operation: +5 V to +12 V
  • Drive ±1.5A of TEC or RH current
  • Package: 1.1" x 2.65" x 1.52"
  • Heat and cool current limits
  • Linear Stability: 0.003°C
  • Supports Thermistors, RTDs, IC sensors
  • 14 pin SIP PCB mount
  • Monitor Actual and Setpoint Temperatures

From: $229.00

Bulk Pricing (6 - 14): $224.00

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The robust circuitry of the PID1500 achieves 0.003°C temperature stability. Onboard controls make this package plug and play. The linear, PI control loop offers maximum stability while the bipolar current source has been designed for higher efficiency. The PID1500 drives up to 1.5 A for either Thermoelectrics (bipolar) or Resistive Heaters (unipolar). An evaluation board simplifies prototyping: PIDEVAL. Heatsinking is already provided to support operation across a -20°C to +85°C operating range.

The PID1500 temperature controller is easily configured for any design. Virtually any type of temperature sensor can be used with the PID1500 and a built in switchable sensor bias current source simplifies use with resistive temperature sensors. The Proportional Gain (P) is adjustable with an onboard single turn trimpot. Use an onboard trimpot to adjust the setpoint or the Analog Input pin for remote control. Use another onboard trimpot to set the maximum output current to the load or set it with a resistor between pins 1 & 2. A switch between those pins acts as a remote enable / disable. Remove a jumper to operate resistive heaters with a unipolar output current. Two monitor pins provide access to the temperature setpoint voltage and the actual sensor voltage.

The PID1500 has proven reliable in such diverse fields as spectroscopy, defense, and medical research.

Free, effective, and responsive technical support is available to simplify integration of Wavelength products into your OEM design. The standard product can be easily modified to meet your application requirements.

Supply Range: 5 – 12 V
Temperature Control Output Current: up to ±1.5 A
Temperature Stability: 0.003°C (10 kΩ thermistor at 25°C) over one hour
Setpoint vs. Actual Temperature Accuracy: 1% typical

-PI controller minimizes overshoot and time to temperature
-Compatible with multiple sensors
-Adjustable sensor bias current optimizes sensor feedback voltage
-Can operate with unipolar current for Resistive Heaters

Maximum Power Dissipation: 9 W

14 pin SIP PCB Mount size: 28 x 67 x 39 mm




















Connection Diagram PID1500 Temperature Controller


Related FAQs

FAQ1007: What limits the temperature control range of a temperature controller?
FAQ1009: Why won't my temperature controller settle my load to temperature?
FAQ1010: Why does it take so long to settle to the setpoint temperature?
FAQ1011: Why won't my load stabilize to your temperature controller specification?
FAQ1012: Why is my load heating when it should be cooling?
FAQ1013: Why is there electrical noise on the device I'm trying to temperature control?
FAQ1014: What DC power supplies do you recommend to achieve the stability specifications listed in your manuals?
FAQ1015: Should I use a switching power supply for my application?
FAQ1016: How do I view and print your manuals on-line?
FAQ1017: An empty screen appears when I try opening a PDF manual. What does this mean?
FAQ1019: Which address do I use to remit payment or a purchase order?
FAQ1022: Where do I send my unit for repair or calibration?
FAQ1085: Do the temperature controllers always provide full current to the driven element (a TEC or Peltier device, or resistive heater) when the actual temperature does not equal the set point temperature?
FAQ1117: The temperature of my resistive heater is slow to stabilize and is not within specification.
FAQ1120: What does the Compliance Voltage specification in temperature controllers mean?
FAQ1121: How do I install a remote Enable/Disable Switching Circuit?
FAQ1128: What is the best way to wire a resistive heater to my temperature controller to gain compliance voltage?
FAQ1158: What software can I use for mechanical downloads?
FAQ1161: What are some important parameters to consider before purchasing a product?
FAQ1163: How does grounding the thermoelectric cooler cable on temperature controllers affect the noise level?
FAQ1164: Which Wavelength products are best for superluminescent diodes?
FAQ1171: How do I connect multiple drivers or controllers to a single power supply?


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