Features and Benefits
Easy-To-Use Graphical interface — Operating the new T775 is
as easy as operating your cell phone. The easy-to-use intuitive
programming will save you time on every job.
Internal Time Clock Scheduler — The Setback and Disable
Output options, controlled by the built-in scheduler or digital
input, will help save energy during unoccupied times and give
you more control of the equipment without needing to purchase
an additional time clock.
Up To Two Independent Modulating Outputs — Each output can
be individually configured for 0-10 Vdc, 2-10 Vdc, 4-20 mA or
Series 90, so a single device can handle many field requirements
to save you time selecting the right control for the job.
NEMA 4X Enclosure Option — Certain models are offered with
NEMA 4X enclosures to protect them from water and corrosion.
They can be installed in animal confinement areas, washdown
areas, swimming pools and other similar locations, giving you the
control you need for harsh locations.
Modulating High Or Low Limit Control — If you need to protect
your coil from freezing or your equipment from overheating,
models offering this feature give you the ability to adjust your
control temperature at sensor A to protect equipment at sensor B.
You get consistent control while still protecting your equipment.
Optional Configurable Integral And Derivative Times —
Standard on every device, this feature delivers pinpoint control.
PI or PID control on modulating outputs is set up by default to
behave just like the previous T775 Series 1000, but now you can
adjust reaction times and behavior, giving you more control.
Reset Models With Simplified Setup — Reset programming
has never been easier. Simply enter the high and low control
temperatures and the corresponding high and low outdoor
temperatures, and you’re done. As your outside temperature
gets colder, the setpoint temperature automatically adjusts to
Configurable Minimum Off Time — If needed, setting a minimum
off time can protect equipment and reduce the need for a separate
time delay device.
Sensor Calibration — Calibrate input sensors up to +/-10° F. This
can be used to compensate for resistance drops in wire leads, to
offset the input temperature for sensor location and more.
Fewer Models — Fourteen T775 models replace 38 Series 1000
models, so you’ll reduce inventory and eliminate the headache of
trying to choose the right model.
Several T775 models are designed to ensure your control needs
can still be met with a single unit for special applications.
Make the Switch. It’s All Inside.