Watlow ASPYRE Intelligent Power Controllers
- Easy to read real character pixel display
- Quick access to SCRs minimizes production downtime
- Simple to configure with ASPYRE® configuration PC software and plug and play access via USB device port
- Intuitive application wizard automatically recommends controller configuration settings based on load type
- Intelligent troubleshooting with built-in diagnostics
- Easy to access replaceable semiconductor fuses
- ASPYRE DT features SCR switching, voltage sensor, data logging, Wi-Fi, current sensor, semiconductor fusing, user interface, communications, relay alarm, cooling fan, back-up power supply and more in one device
Thermal Devices is an authorized Watlow distributor and proudly offers Watlow’s new ASPYRE power controller family. For designers who are dissatisfied with clunky, component level power switches, Watlow’s ASPYRE is an intelligent line of power controllers that deliver breakthrough thermal performance. Watlow’s new ASPYRE power controller family is flexible and scalable, and available with a variety of options allowing one platform to be re-used across a wide range of applications, which can help save time and money. ASPYRE models available include sizes from 35 to 700 amps. Contact a Thermal Devices’ Sales Engineer for more information! Or, request a quote.
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This power controller family features multiple advanced microprocessor-based firing and control mode algorithms. Combined with diagnostics and several communications options the product enables equipment and factory automation.
Controller firing modes include zero cross, burst firing, single cycle, delayed triggering and phase angle. These smart algorithms enable the product to easily control a wide base of heater loads including Nichrome®, moly, silicon carbide, tungsten quartz and infrared lamps and transformer-coupled loads. ASPYRE offers a comprehensive list of modular options that deliver space and labor savings including controlled legs (1, 2 or 3), semiconductor fusing, load current measurement, amperage size and user interface.