Controllers and monitors are instruments for monitoring and automatically revising equipment or parameters such as temperature, humidity, flow, level and lighting.
Controllers and Monitors Categories

Environmental Controllers (86 suppliers)

Environmental controllers control environmental factors such as temperature, humidity, and air pressure. The environment to control can be an office or workspace, or inside a chamber for testing or process purposes.

Furnace Controllers (68 suppliers)

Furnace controllers are used to control temperature, heat delivery, and other variables in industrial furnaces. They control the burner flame, air mixture and trim to maintain and optimize furnace performance.

HVAC Controllers (428 suppliers)

HVAC controllers are used to monitor and control heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems in buildings. They monitor indoor environmental factors such as temperature and humidity, and control heating and cooling to maintain desired levels.

Lighting Controls (503 suppliers)

Lighting controls include monitors, communication systems, and other devices for controlling facility lighting systems.

Power Quality Analyzers and Monitors (235 suppliers)

Power quality analyzers measure and monitor electrical power parameters to avoid disturbances, track steady-state variations, and ensure the reliability of power distribution systems.

Predictive Maintenance and Condition Monitoring Systems (296 suppliers)

Predictive maintenance (PdM) systems and condition monitoring systems are used to predict equipment maintenance, and to monitor corrosion, oil condition, bearing wear, overheating and other parameters than can lead to the breakdown of capital equipment.

Pressure Controllers (273 suppliers)

Pressure controllers accept input from pressure sensors, transmitters, gauges, and other devices and subsequently control adjustment to the pressure to maintain or achieve the desired pressure level.

Temperature Controllers (1,059 suppliers)

Temperature controllers accept inputs from temperature sensors or thermometers, and then output a control signal to keep the temperature at the desired level.
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