Pulse Hot Runner Controls

Pulse hot runner controls from FastHeat (Elmhust, IL) require only a five-minute learning curve with the background sophistication for tight control, tool protection, diagnostics, reporting and automation.

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Pulse hot runner controls from FastHeat (Elmhust, IL) require only a five-minute learning curve with the background sophistication for tight control, tool protection, diagnostics, reporting and automation. They are designed with a 12” x 12” modular footprint, remote mount display and industrial architecture that mounts anywhere, any position. Industrial grade components include a modular CPU, T/C module, power modules and display for instant troubleshooting and replacement without tools. ATP (Active Thermocouple Protection) addresses common mode leakage by converting excessive current noise to heat and opening the circuit to protect thermocouples and the controller. 1,000 volt isolated input accepting grounded and ungrounded thermocouples. Constant-tuning PID with Waterfall Technology efficiently supplies power, reduces process variation and minimizes peak amperage draw. Sequential “Evensoak” Technology manages six discrete groups, which prolongs heater life, prevents leaking, reduces peak amperage draw, prevents resident material from baking and reduces injuries from gate drool and pressure release.