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MODEL 410 · Oil bath controller

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Quick Overview

Available for purchase with or without system accessories.
Just the controller $855.00
Complete system $925.00

The Model 410 is designed for heaters that cannot be operated at 120 Vac, such as some styles of oil baths. The maximum output voltage is selected using the power output knob on the front of the controller. Selectable output voltage limits provide precise power and temperature control while protecting low voltage heaters. Output voltages of 10, 20, 40, 60, and 120 Vac. Contains J-KEM’s patented power control computer which provides 0.1o C regulation of anything.

  • 0.1º C Regulation & Display

  • NIST traceable

  • Advanced PID algorithm

2 Year warranty

Academic and volume discounts apply

Complete system includes: Controller,  1 stainless steel thermocouple (1/4" diameter, 6" long), 1 connecting cable, 1 14/20 joint size probe adapter

Product Description

New in 2014

USB port with free KEM-Net software and KEM-IO feature

At the heart of J-KEM’s 200-Series controllers is a new, high speed microprocessor that performs 3 functions:

1. Power Regulation J-KEM’s original power control computer is replaced by a next generation microprocessor. The power control computer is J-KEM’s patented technology that adjusts power to the heater 2048 times per second resulting in 0.1o C regulation.

2. USB Communications PC communications and free KEM-Net software enable remote PC control, GLP/GMP compliant data collection, and multi-temperature ramps built in an Excel-like table.

3. KEM-IO Allows the controller to turn other pieces of equipment On/Off, change the temperature set point, or Start/Stop heating based on external inputs, temperature, or time.



Turn heating off when the hood door is opened. Turn it back on when closed.

Open a 120 Vac cooling valve if the reaction exotherms to 110°C.

When the temperature reaches 85°C, start a reagent addition pump or stirrer.

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