Turn-Key Suppliers of Commercial and Industrial Refrigeration Equipment and Projects

The True
Lead Lag - Alternating Relay - Multiple Refrigeration
Control System.

RefriLogic is an intelligent package that allows reliable operation of redundant systems.

RefriLogic is a complete control package with sensors ready for integration into a new or existing refrigeration system. The system uses a microprocessor based programmable controller to continuously monitor room conditions and efficiently control your cooler or freezer. This provides unparalleled precision in refrigeration control. Key system features are:

  • Compatible with Bally, KeepRite and Trenton refrigeration systems. Custom wiring diagrams available for Bohn, Russell, Witt and other systems.
  • Audio/visual temp alarms.
  • Refrigeration cycle control.
  • Defrost cycle control.
  • Digital displays (C or F) field programmable Hi/Lo temperature alarm.
  • 90 dba Piezo-Electric buzzer.
  • Dry contacts for remote monitoring.
  • Door-ajar alarm (optional switch required).
  • (1) Dual-level refrigerant leak monitor (optional sensors required).
  • Personnel entrapment alarm (optional switch required).
  • (1) 20 Ft temperature sensor.
  • (8) System status LEDs.
  • Pressure-sensitive touch screen.
  • Remote communication capability (hardware & software required).
  • Ambient operating range 40F-120F (4.4C-48.9C) 30-95% RH.
  • Universal power supply 120 VAC-220 VAC 50/60 Hz.
  • Capable of 3-phase heaters up to 30 Amps.
  • MAXcooling option.
  • A Closer Look
  • Specifications
  • Some of the above features require optional components
  • Available 3-system control - please call for details

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