Thermometer Control units provide the operator with the ability to not only monitor temperatures but to be alerted to significant changes in temperature. By being connected to the relevant coolers and heat suppliers, thermometer control units can encourage the change of temperature to an optimal specified pre-set. The temperature control unit is the brain of the temperature control system; it processes the temperature that has been taken by an input system such as thermocouple. It demines whether the actual temperature is suited to the environment, if it isn’t, an alarm is sounded and the designated output device adjusts the temperature accordingly.
If used properly, thermometer control units have the ability to reduce the operator’s involvement, meaning your time is better spent elsewhere but if there is an issue an alarm will alert you.
I had the same type of thermometer before until the builder had to replace the window. After 5 years the white plastic had turned yellow and the then-type of outside window glass fixing had hardened and disintegrated.Buying the new version with suckers I found that the suckers would not work and I had to coat them with Evostik glue.