Lincoln recently introduced a 120 Volt AC Automated Lubrication System Controller for use with its Centro-Matic systems. Ideal for mid-sized lubrication systems, the fully programmable controller with microprocessor provides effective and economical system control and supply line monitoring.
Offering a wide range of lubrication cycle and feedback monitoring options, the new controller allows high or low lubrication frequency. Easier to set, adjust and maintain than the electromechanical timers it replaces, the new unit is available for about the same cost as many simple on/off timers. It will be standard on Centro-Matic models 1835, 1848, 1849 and 201849 and be available as a component upgrade as well.
The fully automatic controller indicates when a lubrication cycle has happened. Additionally, it shuts down the system if a lubrication cycle isn't completed and sends an alarm signal. NEMA 12 enclosures protect the controller from harsh environments, and it functions in a range of temperatures.