Heating circulation thermostats are specially designed for temperature control of externally attached applications with a small volume. The units are fitted with bath tanks made of stainless steel or polycarbonate. The thermostats have M16x1 pump connections at the rear side as well as a stainless steel bath cover with a filling opening. All models are fitted with an overtemperature and low level protection system according to safety class III/FL (DIN 12876) for use with flammable fluids. A powerful circulation pump ensures optimal heat transfer to external attached applications.
Huber CC Heating Ciculation Bath Specs:
- Pilot ONE controller with Plug & Play technology
- Precise temperature control
- 5.7" touchscreen and comfortable menu navigation
- Overtemperature and low level protection
- Safety class III/FL (DIN 12876)
- Powerful pressure/suction pump
- Programmer with calendar and clock functions
- 2-point calibration
- RS232 interface and Pt100 connection
Huber Pilot One Controller
Huber Pilot One Controller
The new multi-touch controller Pilot ONE offers a brilliant 5.7" touchscreen with graphic functions and a comfortable navigation menu. All important operating parameters and temperature values are neatly displayed on the touchscreen.
Thanks to the new favorites menu, the one-click operation and the integrated technical glossary the operation is very easy, just like on a smartphone. Integrated USB and Ethernet ports allow connection to a PC or network, e.g. for remote control or data transmission.
Huber Pilot One Communication
The Pilot ONE temperature controller has USB and LAN interfaces fitted as standard: Data can easily be stored directly onto a USB stick via the USB ports on the Pilot ONE. The USB port also allows connection to a PC or notebook. Together with the spy software, requirements such as remote control or data transmission are easy and cost-effective.
The built-in RJ45 Ethernet connection on the Pilot ONE controller allows easy integration of Huber temperature control systems into LAN networks. Remote control, data logging, or integration into process control systems is also straightforward.
Huber Pilot One Interface
The new Pilot ONE is plain-talking, gives user confidence, is easy to operate and keeps the user continuously informed of all relevant process data. The colorful LCD display shows all Pilot ONE information in plain text. Process temperature, internal (flow or jacket) temperature, pump pressure, and all safety-relevant information can be read easily and quickly. The display can be varied as required and in addition to a concise but comprehensive list of data, the most important information (set-point, actual, and internal/process temperature and Over Temperature limit) are shown in a larger format, making the essentials easier to read from a distance.
The temperature resolution can be displayed to 0.1 K or 0.01 K and the temperature can be viewed in Celsius or Fahrenheit format. Depending on the configuration of the system, the pressure is variable using the “VPC” (Variable Pressure Control) feature protecting against breakage, e.g. glass reactor. The parameters of the PID control system can be manually adjusted or with intelligent “TAC” (True Adaptive Control) – the self-optimizing cascade control is fully automated, ensuring tight control and the best results through highly dynamic responses. The “set-point limit” function, “Programmable alarms” and the user-defined alarm actions add further dimensions to safe working practices.
In the event of a problem, visual and audible alarms can be activated. The clock and calendar functions allow individual settings for “auto-start” in the event of power failure or a timed automatic commencement of a program. A calibrated function facilitates both off-set and span calibrations of the internal and (optional) process sensors. Depending on the software version, a digital and/or analogue interface records data.
Product Warranty Information:
Huber recommends only using thermofluids designed for Huber units and only distributed by Huber or Huber distributors. If any aftermarket fluids are used then it has to be ensured that the fluid which will be used is compatible with the materials within the system listed at any temperatures, and the fluid documentation shows the required specifications (e.g. viscosity). The only way this is proven is by testing however if a failure occurs due to the chosen fluid then it WILL NOT be covered under warranty.
Huber can only guarantee proper operation with Huber thermofluids and therefore recommend to use the ones in above link.
If there is any failure on the unit related to a non-Huber thermofluid it WILL NOT be covered under warranty.