Low Temperature Alarms
Mod-Tronic Instruments Ltd. supplies a wide variety of controls and instrumentation including many types of low temperature alarms. Our offering includes temperature and process monitors, sensors, scanners, controllers, transmitters, and more. Our temperature alarm products offer features including large displays, convenient data logging, and remote monitoring capabilities. They are used for all types of applications from process control to machinery protection. We offer many years of industry experience and high quality, competitively priced products. We work with top manufacturers so customers can rely on our solutions.
Low temperature alarms
We offer a range of universal temperature/process monitors and scanners. For example, we supply the Dynalco SC-2000 universal temperature scanners. These microprocessor-based scanners are available with Modbus RTU communication for remote monitoring or connection to a distributed control system (DCS). They have large multi-function displays that indicate the value of each channel as well as any alarm conditions. The SC-2124M models have a large 4x20 character display. Users can access and configure J,K, T, and E thermocouples using the keypad on the scanner. They can accept up to 24 0-5 V inputs and eight onboard resistors for up to eight 4-20 mA inputs.
Another example of our low temperature alarm products is the Minco CT224 12 channel temperature monitor. This monitor is designed to safeguard expensive machinery by providing reliable over-temperature and under-temperature protection. It uses Windows-compatible software for data logging and configuration, and standard RS485/RS232 interface.
Data sheets on all of our temperature alarm products are available on the Mod-Tronic Instruments website.
Our products are supplied by 14 industry-leading manufacturers of sensors, transducers, controls, instrumentation, and more. These manufacturers include Minco, Absolute Process Instruments, Dynalco, Exergen, and Shinko. Our products are manufactured to the highest standards for quality. Most of them are made in the U.S.A., in addition to Japan, Germany, and Switzerland.
Since the founding of our company in 1972, Mod-Tronic Instruments Ltd. has earned a reputation for working with our clients. We take the time needed to fully understand the application and requirements before offering the right product at the best price. Our sales force offers more than 80 years of combined experience helping with special application challenges.