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Advancing Cryogenics


Lake Shore offers precision input models for cryogenic monitoring in PLC-based applications


240 Series Input Modules Remote temperature monitoring for large facilities


Key features: ■ Cryogenic temperature sensor inputs (RTD & diode) ■ Natively supports PROFIBUS ■ On-board conversion to calibrated temperature units ■ Temperature monitoring down to 1 K & up to 800 K ■ Current reversal to minimise thermoelectric offsets ■ Supports long cable connections to sensors ■ Compact package for DIN rail installation


Optimised for use with Cernox® sensors


Lake Shore UK/Ireland Distributor: Quantum Design UK and Ireland Ltd, 1 Mole Business Park, Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 7BA Tel: +44 (0)1372 378822 | Email: info@qd-uki.co.uk


For more information visit simplecryomeasurement.co.uk


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