Kaymich has announced the launch of a new hot melt controller replacing the now obsolete CM7A, CM7A1, CM7A2, CM7A3, and CM7A4 industry standard digital controllers. The CM7A7Ax is easier to configure, easier to use and offers improved accuracy in terms of temperature control.
Gradual obsolescence of electronic components provided the need for a new controller which is now available as a direct replacement for existing units. The main circuit board has been fully re-designed to incorporate modern technology and components and is fully backwardly compatible with the CM7A range of controllers.
The CM7A7Ax provides control for three-zone gravity fed hot-melt systems. It incorporates the necessary interface connections on the rear panel for heated zone power, heated zone temperature measurement, main input power and host machine control signals.
Each zone set-point temperature can be individually configured as appropriate for the installation via the in-built temperature controllers via the unit front panel. Heated zone temperature measurement can be achieved using standard PT100 sensors or thermocouples preconfigured during manufacture, but can be altered by trained service technicians if necessary, making the controller suitable for use in different installations.