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Thermal Vacuum Space Simulation Testing Made Easier

TotalTemp Technologies C900 Benchtop Temperature Chamber

TotalTemp Technologies C900 Benchtop Temperature Chamber

San Diego, California – September 11, 2023 - TotalTemp Technologies, a worldwide leading provider of research laboratory and production temperature chambers and thermal platform equipment, introduces their model C900 Benchtop Temperature Chamber. Also known as an environmental test chamber, the C900 performs thermal tests through the use of forced air convection. Internal capacity is 9 cubic feet (225 cubic liters). Employing a temperature controller sensing the air temperature with a setpoint of the desired temperature, temperature stability at various points can be achieved. Heat is removed by directly injecting cryogenic liquid into the chamber or heat is added by resistance heaters in the airstream.

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  • Chamber Interior / Sealant: 304 Stainless Steel 22 Gauge / Silicone standard temperature range
  • Chamber Exterior / Finish: CRS Steel 18 Gauge / Grey Powder Coat
  • Approximate Weight: 234 lbs. (43.5kg), Not Packed
  • Temperature Range: -148°F to 392°F (-100 to +200°C), Extended Range and Hot Only available
  • Heating Rate with Standard Motor: 8°C/Min 230 VAC 15 Amp 2950 Watts, Heater volts and Watts can be specified
  • Cooling Rate with Standard Motor: 15°C/Min Using HP Liquid Nitrogen, Coolant is customer specified
  • Controller (Two Choices): Synergy Nano Color Touchscreen / Watlow PM6 Economy Model

Primary Features & Benefits:

  • Caster stand or benchtop
  • Left or right hinge doors
  • Standard duty or Heavy duty shelf
  • Stacked Chambers
  • Thermal Platform Hybrid 2.0 Kit
  • Redundant Valve failsafe systems
  • Independent Limit Controller
  • Dry Nitrogen purge options
  • Cryogenic L-N2 & L-CO2 Delivery Hoses
  • 16 Channel Thermocouple Monitor
  • Temperature Sensor Terminal Blocks
  • Extended Temperature Range options
  • Many types of DUT sensors
  • O2 monitoring option for lab safety
  • Easy to use Controller options (Nano only)
  • Web Server, GPIB, Cascade Control

Facility Requirement

  • Power requirements: Standard power configuration is 120 VAC 15 Amps or optional 230 Volt 15 Amps.
  • Coolant: Cryogenic gas suppliers in your area can supply either Nitrogen or Carbon Dioxide to your facility.

Specify coolant choice and voltage requirement when ordering a Temperature Chamber.

Controller Options and Accessories

The (A) Synergy Nano Benchtop Controller has a Color LCD touch screen – Easy to use, easy to read with graphing capability, logging, multi sensor, multi conditional outputs, comm ready, GPIB Upgradeable and free drivers. More on the Synergy Nano.

The (B) Watlow PM6 is a very robust, economical controller. 

About TotalTemp Technologies

The primary goal for TotalTemp is to maximize the combined 40 years experience we have in this highly specialized field and create a new, alternative, "Next Generation" Thermal Platforms and Temperature Testing equipment. Our Mission is to offer thermal testing equipment that best suits or customers' requirements. For several decades there were only two real manufacturers for thermal platforms. It was no secret that the market demanded a new alternative with better service and lower costs. We heard you loud and clear and TotalTemp is here to fill that need.



TotalTemp Technologies
3630 Hancock Street A
San Diego, CA  92110
Phone:  1-888-712-2228

E-Mail:  Sales@TotalTempTech.com

Web:  www.totaltemptech.com



Posted September 11, 2023

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