Yamatake have released SDC45R/46R high-precision digital indicating controllers, the new addition to the SDC45/46 series shipping high-precision versions of its high-performance digital indicating controllers, offering improvements in equipment performance and yield in the manufacture of semiconductors and flat panel displays. SDC45R/46R high-precision digital indicating controllers are available from AMS Instrumentation and Calibration .
SDC45/46 series high-performance digital indicating controllers are capable of high-speed sampling and high-precision measurement. Since up to three analogue inputs can be accommodated, depending on the model, multiple controls can be achieved with a single unit. SDC45/46 digital indicating controllers offer numerous outputs, including a power supply for transmitter use. SDC45/46 digital indicating controllers have won the 2007 Good Design Award, for their front panels.
SDC45/46 digital indicating controllers provide operating ease and visibility and are suitable for a variety of applications, ranging from industrial furnaces and food processing machinery to plant and semiconductor markets.
SDC45R/46R digital indicating controllers have been developed for improving equipment performance and yield for manufacturing equipment and utilities. This is in response to customer requests, especially from those in the semiconductor and flat-panel display (FPD) markets, for a means to realise accurate HVAC management and high-precision control of heat sources (chillers).
To enable high-precision measurement, SDC45R/46R digital indicating controllers are compatible with the 4-wire PRT sensors often used in research labs for input of PV (current temperature). This enables high-precision, high-resolution temperature measurement with a sampling period of 100ms, input accuracy of ±0.05°C, and resolution (the smallest unit that can be displayed) of 0.001°C. SDC45R/46R digital indicating controllers can also detect fluctuations in the heater power supply voltage in real time so as to automatically correct the control output, thus enhancing stability.