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Eurotherm 1/4 DIN Advanced Controller/Programmer. 96mm Wide x 96mm High x 159mm Deep. Features & Options: 5 digit display, 2 line LDC panel, Modular design allows for up to 5 I/O slots, digital communications, & programming



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The 2604 is a highly accurate and stable process controller available in a single, dual or triple loop format. Features include setpoint programming and comprehensive selection of maths and logic functions

The 1/4 DIN Eurotherm 2604 is a plug-in process and high stability temperature controller that is foot be used in extreme applications. It comes with a 2 line LCD panel for alarm, user defined messages, and status. It also has a dual 5 digit display.

  • One, two or three control loops
  • High speed ModBus® and DeviceNet™ communications
  • High stability, precision and functionality
  • Test chambers, kilns, autoclaves, furnaces, fore hearths
  • Set point programming
  • PID, valve, ratio, cascade and override control
  • Melt Pressure, Carbon Potential

The unit uses universal inputs (DC, TC, and RTD) with INSTANT ACCURACY™. The unit is a fit for difficult non-linear applications due to its control algorithm and advanced gain scheduling. The unit also simplifies commissioning with automatic tuning.

The unit is available with Modbus® RTU digital communications and high speed DeviceNet™. It also comes with melt pressure and carbon potential, some of the most powerful preprogrammed applications.

You can store up to 50 programs (500 segments, 16 digital events, guaranteed dwell, and holdback) with set point programming option.

The unit can be configured either using iTools or through the front panel.  

2000 I/O Expander

The unit has modular and fixed I/O. It can also make use of the 2000 I/O Expander to deliver extra input/output connections.


  • Customizable user interface
  • SP Programmer
  • Open communications
  • 3 Control loops
  • Math and logic functions