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1/32, 1/16, and 1/8 DIN Universal High Performance Controllers

Platinum Series Versatile High Performance PID Controllers


Item# CN32PT-225

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Platinum Series Versatile High Performance PID Controllers CN32PT-225 CN32PT-225
  • Strain & Bridge Inputs, 6 Digit Display and Upgraded Platinum Software Now Available
  • Industry Leading Performance (20 Samples / Sec), High Accuracy
  • Up to 6 Programmable Control/Alarm/Re-transmission/Relay Outputs
  • Full Autotune PID with Fuzzy Logic Adaptive Control
  • Up to 99 Programs with 16 Ramps and Soaks and Chaining
  • No Jumpers to Set, Totally Firmware Configurable
  • USB Communications Standard on Every Model
  • Meter and Alarm only versions also available
  • Support Heating & Cooling Control
  • Log data with Omega Enterprise Gateway(OEG)
  • CAD/STEP File download

CN32PT-225 Model Options

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Control Outputs
Form Factor
Supply Voltage Type
Display Type
Output Type
Measurement Type
Number Of Inputs
Input Type
Ramp And Soak
Additional Feature

  • Analog Voltage Input Ranges ±100 mV
  • Communication Protocols (Sku Variant) USB RS232 RS485
  • Analog Current Input Ranges 4 to 20 mA
  • Control/Alarm Outputs, Maximum 6
  • Control Algorithms Autotune PID Manual Control Mode Remote Setpoint
  • Control Mode On/Off or the following time/amplitude proportional control modes selectable manual or auto PID
  • Display Color Red
  • Maximum Ambient Humidity 90% RH non-condensing
  • Maximum Ambient Temperature 50 {C} (122 {F})
  • Isolation (I/O to I/O) Relay/SSR to Relay/SSR Output: 2300 Vac per 1 minute test RS232/485 to Input/Output: 500 Vac per 1 minute test
  • Isolation (Power to I/O) Power to Input/Output: 2300 Vac per 1 min test 1500 Vac per 1 min test (low voltage/power option) Power to Relays/SSR Outputs: 2300 Vac per 1 min test
  • Measurement Type Temperature
  • Minimum Ambient Temperature 0 {C} (32 {F})
  • Other Features (Sku Variant) Recorder Retransmission Low Voltage Power Ethernet Fuzzy Logic Remote Reset
  • RTD Connection 2
  • Remote Setpoint Capability Yes
  • RTD Curves Supported 385
  • RTD Types Supported 100/500/1000 Ω Pt sensor
  • Sampling Rate 20 samples per second
  • Thermistor Types Supported (Sku Variant) 2252 Ω
  • Thermocouple Type K

The Platinum Series family of microprocessor-based PID controllers offer unparalleled flexibility in process measurement. While extremely powerful and versatile, great care has gone into designing a product that is very easy to set-up and use. The automatic hardware configuration recognition eliminates the need for jumpers and allows the firmware to automatically simplify itself, eliminating all menu options that do not apply to a specific configuration. Offered in 1⁄32, 1⁄16, and 1⁄8 DIN sizes, the 1⁄16 and 1⁄8 DIN models can be configured with dual displays.


Each unit allows the user to select the input type from 9 thermocouple types, PRT/RTD sensors, thermistors, DC voltage, DC current, and Strain & Bridge inputs. The full bidirectional voltage or current inputs are fully scalable to virtually all engineering units, with a selectable decimal point that is perfect for use with pressure, flow, or other process input.

Up to 6 programmable outputs including the isolated analogue and additional features make this the most powerful product in its class. Standard features include: remote set-point for cascaded control, high-high/low-low alarms, external latch reset, external ramp and soak initiation, combination heat/cool control mode and configuration save and transfer.

Free Downloadable Software
Free Downloadable Configurator Windows® Application Software
  • Fully Configure all PLATINUM Functions/Parameters
  • Auto-Connect Through USB Channel
  • Load/Save PLATINUM Configuration Files
  • Performance Tracking (Charting) with Data Capture

An advanced multi-stage ramp and soak sequencer supports up to 99 profiles of 8 segment ramp/soak sequences. Profiles may be linked to provide extended sequences and auxiliary outputs may be triggered based on individual Ramp or Soak states to provide external control over blowers, mixers or other auxiliary control functions.

Embedded Ethernet and Serial Communications
Optional “embedded ethernet” on the 1⁄16 and 1⁄8 DIN models allow the units to connect directly to an Ethernet network and transmit data in standard TCP/IP packets, or serve Web pages over a LAN or the Internet. Optional serial communications are also available configurable as RS232 or RS485, with straightforward ASCII commands or MODBUS®. All three types of communications interfaces can be installed and active simultaneously.

LabVIEW™ Driver
The Platinum LabVIEW™ driver is the National Instrument device driver for communicating with Omega Platinum Controllers via Modbus RTU/ASCII and Modbus TCP protocols. The driver allows easy access to the internal data, configuration settings, and operating functions of the Platinum product family.

The LabVIEW™ instrument driver reduces the application development time and simplifies instrument control. With the Platinum LabVIEW driver, customers can quickly communicate with the instrument and develop robust test applications and software.

Support for the easy-to-use DasyLab software solves complex data acquisition and control problems by allowing you to work with flowcharts directly on your PC screen. The high input accuracy, advanced process control, extended sequencing capability and flexible output options of a Platinum controller may be easily integrated with the rich set of function modules provide by the DasyLab software. The DasyLab software may be integrated thru the Platinum serial, Ethernet or USB connections.

Comparison Chart
Pt Series Features—PerformanceVs CompetitionBenefitsUp to 20 Input Samples per Second with 24-bit ADCBest in classImproved control for responsive systems such as flow or weight control in factory automation and process industries.Up to 99 Programs with 16 Ramps and Soaks Including Ramp/Soak Events and Remote Start. Chainable for unmatched programmability.Best in classCombines with the measurement accuracy feature to provide precise control in menu-driven applications such as plastics, food, and ceramics processing.

Input Types: Thermocouple, RTD, Thermistor, analogue Voltage, analogue Current, Strain
Current Input: 4 to 20 mA, 0 to 24 mA scalable
Voltage Input: ±100 mV, ±1 V, ±10 Vdc single-ended, scalable; ±50 and ±100 mV differential and ratiometric inputs, scalable
Thermocouple Input (ITS 90): K, J, T, E, R, S, B, C, N
RTD Input (ITS 90): 100/500/1000 Ω Pt sensor, 2-, 3- or 4-wire; 0.00385, 0.00392 (100Ω only), or 0.003916 (100 Ω only) curves
Thermistor Input: 2252 Ω, 5K Ω, 10K Ω
Strain Input: ±100 mV, ±50 mV
Configuration: Differential
Polarity: Bipolar
Accuracy: See full table below
Resolution: 0.1° temperature; 10 µV process
Input Impedances:
    Process Voltage: 10M Ω for ±100 mV, 1M Ω for other voltage ranges
    Process Current: 5 Ω
    Thermocouple: 10K Ω max
    Auxiliary Input (Remote Setpoint): 3.5K Ω for 0-10 V, 50K Ω for 0-1 V, 50 Ω for Current
Temperature Stability:
    RTD: 0.04°C/°C
    Thermocouple @ 25°C (77°F): 0.05°C/°C (cold junction compensation)
    Process/Strain: 50 ppm/°C
A/D Conversion: 24-bit sigma delta
Reading Rate: 20 samples per second
Digital Filter: Programmable from 0.05 seconds (filter = 1) to 6.4 seconds (filter = 128)
CMRR: 120 dB
Excitation: Menu selectable (no jumpers to set) 5, 10, 12, and 24 Vdc @ 25 mA (12 V max for DC powered units).
Setpoint Adjustment: 4 Digit -9999 to +9999 counts; 6 Digit -99999 to +999999
Warm-Up to Rated Accuracy: 30 mins

Action: Reverse (heat), direct (cool), or heat/cool
Auto-Tune: Operator initiated from front panel
Adaptive Tune: User selectable; fuzzy logic continuous PID tuning optimization
Control Modes: ON/OFF or the following time/amplitude proportional control modes; selectable manual or auto PID, proportional, proportional with integral, proportional with derivative
Cycle Time: 0.1 to 199 seconds
Ramp and Soak: Up to 99 saved ramp and soak programs, up to 8 ramp and 8 soak segments with individually selectable events per program
Ramp and Soak Segment Times: 00.00 to 99.59 (HH:MM) or 00.00 to 99.59 (MM:SS)

Analogue Output: Non-isolated, programmable for control or retransmission; Voltage Output 0-10V output. 500Ohms Min. Accuracy 0.1%(1); Current Output 0-20mA output. 500Ohms Max. Accuracy 0.1%(1)(2); Step response time 100ms(3)
DC Pulse: Non-isolated; 10 Vdc at 20 mA
SPST Relay: Single pole, single throw mechanical relay, 250 Vac or 30 Vdc at 3 A (resistive load)
SPDT Relay: Single pole, double throw mechanical relay, 250 Vac or 30 Vdc at 3 A (resistive load)
SSR: 20 to 265 Vac at 0.05 to 0.5 A (resistive load)
Isolated analogue: 1.5kV Isolation(4), programmable for control or retransmission; Voltage Output 0-10V output. 500Ohms Min. Accuracy 0.1%(1); Current Output 0-20mA output. 500Ohms Max. Accuracy 0.1%(1)(2); Step response time 100ms(3)
Isolated DC Pulse: 1.5kV Isolation(4); 10Vdc at 20mA
(1) At 25C.
(2) Output scaling required for stated accuracy. Refer to Platinum Current Output Application Note.
(3) Filter setting of 1.
(4) Isolated outputs not individually isolated.

    USB: Female micro-USB
    Ethernet: Standard RJ45
    Serial: Screw terminals
USB: USB 2.0 host or device
Ethernet Standards Compliance: IEEE 802.3 10/100 Base-T autoswitching, TCP/IP, ARP
Serial: Software selectable RS232 or RS485; programmable 1200 to 115.2 K baud
Protocols: Omega ASCII, Modbus® ASCII/RTU

Approvals: UL, cUL, CE
Power to Input/Output: 2300 Vac per 1 min test; 1500 Vac per 1 min test (low voltage/power option)
Power to Relays/SSR Outputs: 2300 Vac per 1 min test
Relays/SSR to Relay/SSR Outputs: 2300 Vac per 1 min test
RS232/RS485 to Inputs/Outputs: 500 Vac per 1 min test

Thermocouple Input TypeDescriptionRangeAccuracyProcessProcess Voltage±100 mV, ±1, ±10 Vdc0.03% FSProcessProcess CurrentScalable within 0 to 24 mA0.03% FSJIron-Constantan-210 to 1200°C (-346 to 2192°F)0.4°C (0.7°F)KChromel-Alumel-270 to -160°C (-454 to -256°F)
-160 to 1372°C (-256 to 2502°F)1.0°C (1.8°F)
0.4°C (0.7°F)TCopper-Constantan-270 to -190°C (-454 to -310°F)
-190 to 400°C (-310 to 752°F)1.0°C (1.8°F)
0.4°C (0.7°F)EChromel-Constantan-270 to -220°C (-454 to -364°F)
-220 to 1000°C (-364 to 1832°F)1.0°C (1.8°F)
0.4°C (0.7°F)RPt/13%Rh-Pt-50 to 40°C (-58 to 104°F)
40 to 1788°C (104 to 3250°F)1.0°C (1.8°F)
0.5°C (0.9°F)SPt/10%Rh-Pt-50 to 100°C (-58 to 212°F)
100 to 1768°C (212 to 3214°F)1.0°C (1.8°F)
0.5°C (0.9°F)B30%Rh-Pt/6%Rh-Pt100 to 640°C (212 to 1184°F)
640 to 1820°C (1184 to 3308°F)1.0°C (1.8°F)
0.5°C (0.9°F)C5%Re-W/26%Re-W0 to 2320°C (32 to 4208°F)0.4°C (0.7°F)NNicrosil-Nisil-250 to -100°C (-418 to -148°F)
-100 to 1300°C (-148 to 2372°F)1.0°C (1.8°F)
0.4°C (0.7°F)RTDPt, 0.00385, 100 Ω, 500 Ω, 1000 Ω-200 to 850°C (-328 to 1562°F)0.3°C (0.7°F)RTDPt, 0.003916, 100 Ω-200 to 660°C (-328 to 1220°F)0.3°C (0.7°F)RTDPt, 0.00392, 100 Ω-200 to 660°C (-328 to 1220°F)0.3°C (0.7°F)Thermistor2252 Ω-40 to 120°C (-40 to 248°F)0.2°C (0.35°F)Thermistor5K Ω-30 to 140°C (-22 to 284°F)0.2°C (0.35°F)Thermistor10K Ω-20 to 150°C (-4 to 302°F)0.2°C (0.35°F)

Use the optional PT-USB-CABLE for an IP65 rated panel mount USB connector. A 300 mm length cable connects from USB port of Platinum controller to your control panel. This accessory includes a protective end cap when not in use.

The PT-USB-ADAPTER, which is supplied with each unit, can be plugged into the controller and be used with a standard USB 2.0 memory stick.

This 1 GB USB thumbdrive has a standard USB connector on one end and a micro-USB connector on the other end. It is convenient for transferring files between your PC and your PLATINUM unit.
Optional PT-USB-CABLE Optional 1 GB USB thumbdrive
The part numbers listed below are only examples. Many more configurations are offered and can be constructed using the part number builder at the bottom of this page.


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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great technical support We have put this to use. The technical support is what allowed us to put this into use quickly.
Date published: 2017-03-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very difficult to use THS S HW YU PRGM AN OMGA CNTRLR. This is 2017. Why does the 'Platinum' temp controller have a 1980s user interface? The USB port is an afterthought in a terrible location. It would not stay connected to my computer. The software does not run in Windows 10, and is not supported by Omega. Omega makes a lot of good products, but this is not one of them. We sent the unit back.
Date published: 2017-02-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from A nightmare to control from a computer The device itself might be ok but it was a nightmare to control it from a computer. Prepare to get head-hakes. The technical documentations are poorly written, very difficult to understand and filled with errors. It required a lot of of time and trials/errors to understand which commands and parameters to send. It was more like reverse engineering the communication protocol than using it ! What a lost of time. For some unknown reason, several "Omega ASCII protocol" commands didn't work. So don't use it. Their Modbus LabVIEW examples are buggy. Looks like a summer student wrote them. What a joke. And absolutely no answer from the technical support. Nothing. What a shame.
Date published: 2021-05-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works, but not without issues Bought two controllers and ran into issues with both, readings jumped all over the place during testing. Opened up the controller and found that the input board wasn't mounted onto the main board properly for both, wasted a good amount of time trying to troubleshoot. Once I re-seated the internal board it worked as intended.
Date published: 2018-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best controller I have a handful of the older i16 and i32 controllers in use already, and am replacing two of those with pt32 (one done, one in progress). The i32 were already very good, with useful features, although a somewhat clunky setup interface (the 4-button menus could make grown men cry). Reliability has been perfect. Communication was a bit of an issue, required going to the larger 1/16 DIN model in some cases. The pt32 has fixed all that. Even when using the four buttons, the setup is now more logical. But the sane way to set them up is to connect them to a laptop and configure them with the Platinum program. Being able to upload and download configurations means that I can finally put the configurations under revision control, and check that the device installed in the system is actually configured correctly. I can also modify configurations offline, without taking the control system down, and then quickly upload them in a quick downtime. Once you have a configuration, it can be quickly adjusted by editing the txt file directly. All very very convenient. With the USB port, the communication problem has been solved. Find something with a USB connector nearby (laptop, industrial controller), either write a few lines of Python or install LabView, and you can chat with the controller. I'm now using the controller as an A-D converter for computer analysis of the process too. Very cool, low cost, convenient. Speaking of cost: The Newport/Omega controllers have never been cheap, but worth their price. If you need a simple low-feature controller, buy something else. The few times I've talked to tech support (in Santa Ana), they've been very helpful, patient, and knowledgeable. My only complaint is: In one case I need four setpoints and four outputs from a single input; while it is theoretically possible to get this many outputs (not clear it can be ordered in a 1/32 DIN, that would be model -444-776), there are not four setpoints available. So this needs to be handled by using two controllers. Expensive, but works great.
Date published: 2017-10-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from OK OK unit. Omega missed ship date by weeks. PC configuration software didn't work without lots of futzing around. LED display is straight out of the 90's. But, works well once configured, build quality looks good, optimistic about reliable performance. Having two PID loops in one controller is nice too.
Date published: 2020-11-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product. but need to improve usability. Need better software for monitor and control the controller. we also want there are easier way that we can export process values to further analysis
Date published: 2016-02-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from CNPT 1/32 and 1/16 I have used the 1/32 and 1/16 CNPT controllers, and these have proven to be very robust. What I like the most is the possibility to communicate to a PC because I mostly use LabView for integrating them and automating a process
Date published: 2024-07-03
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I read a review said it can be controlled by python code. I checked the user manual but cannot find related information. I am wondering if you will provide command references or serial communication so that I can follow the guide.

Asked by: nancy207
Hi Nancy, Following is link to serial command ref; Best regards OMEGA
Answered by: NorwalkAE
Date published: 2020-10-29

Does the excitation current introduced by a CN32PT change depending on the installed probe's nominal resistance? (eg would a 100 ohm RTD have a different excitation current than a 1000 ohm RTD or a 2252 ohm thermistor)

Asked by: benjfitz
The excitation Voltages are all Controlled by the processor's program and will vary dependent on the type of input selected.
Answered by: ApplicationsEngineerANB
Date published: 2022-05-16

What is the range of Heating Control Cycle Settings? We need a controller with a faster relay switching time than the CND3, 5 seconds. It is not specified on the webpage or in the manual what the minimum setting for the Heating Control Cycle is. 1sec?

Asked by: jpvance
Hi JPVance, Thank you for the inquiry. Fastest cycle time is 0.1 sec. Best regards OMEGA
Answered by: NorwalkAE_RS
Date published: 2021-12-16

I have CN32PT-440-C24 units controlled by Modbus. I want to set a manual output level. On the front panel I can go to oPER > MANL > M.CNt, but can this be done over Modbus/serial communication? If so, what registers? The manual doesn't say.

Asked by: melectron
Hi melectron, Thank you for the inquiry. Please forward this question to Best regards OMEGA
Answered by: NorwalkAE_RS
Date published: 2022-03-18

I finally got my CN8DPT-220-220-C24-EIP communicating via ethernet to my laptop. I was able to open up the webpage, but its asking me for a password? I didn't think there was a password? Do you happen to know what that is ? or did I somehow manage to set

Asked by: dcain
Hi DCain, Thank you for the inquiry. Please use passwords 00000000 or 12345678 to log in to admin or user areas. Best regards OMEGA
Answered by: NorwalkAE_RS
Date published: 2020-08-01

What are the full complete electrical specifications (on-board termination resistor, voltage swing, common mode, slew rate, biasing requirements, overvoltage protections and so much more) of the RS-485 interface?

Asked by: Frederic
Thank you for your inquiry. Our RS-485 Interface is a standard circuit. Further specifications are proprietary information.
Answered by: CB Engineer
Date published: 2021-01-29

I am switching from a cni series to a cn32pt series. Does the cn32pt provide the ramp-to-setpoint feature of the cni series by using a singular ramp then setting the end action to hold?

Asked by: Bob2727Bob
Thank you for your inquiry. It does contain all of these features and more.
Answered by: Application Engineer CB
Date published: 2023-12-07

Is there a way to add an offset to the temperature controller just like in the older models like the CN76000?

Asked by: Vic19
Yes in the INit menu there is a parameter that allows a single point offset to be entered so your reading can match a reference.
Answered by: ApplicationsEngineerANB
Date published: 2022-01-07

Hi, I would like to use a resistive load (50 W) and a peltier cooler to keep a resistor's temperature constant. Can I do it using the CN32PT-330-DC model? Do I need anything else?

Asked by: GDal
Hi GDal, Thank you for the inquiry. The controller would not be able to handle the current requirements of most peltier coolers. Best regards OMEGA
Answered by: ApplicationEnginerRS
Date published: 2021-05-06

Using a CN8DPT-305 to measure a 4-20 mA signal from a pressure transmitter and control a fan motor with a 0-10 VDC. I'd like to use the tare command to zero my display as process starts. When I use the tare command it sets it to random numbers - not zero.

Asked by: Kenneth
Kenneth, sorry to hear that the tare function does not work. After scaling the meter if you hit the left arrow button, you must see "TARE" and wen you enter the "ENTER" button the reading must display zero. If that does not work kindly call us at 1800 622 2378, we can troubleshoot with you and help you resolve this issue.
Answered by: SAE KJ
Date published: 2021-06-14

Does this model have an over set point temperature alarm or any method handling a over setpoint temperature? Looking to have the output latch off in the case of going over the set point temperature by 5 or 10 deg F. Thanks!

Asked by: ErikG
If you use the Analog output for your control loop you have a SPDT relay to use to set alarm conditions. The alarm can be used to change the color of the display or switch a light or audible device or tie to a contactor to cut current flow to your output device. It is recommended from a safety point of view to not do this because the temperature sensor is shared and if it fails your alarm relay may not work properly. A separate Limit Controller with an independent sensor is the advised way to configure for maximum safety.
Answered by: ANBENG
Date published: 2020-01-17

Hi, I'm planning to use the CN32PT-440-DC. I need to log the temperature readout from the PID controller every second using a Raspberry Pi and a Python program. Do you have the command for logging the temperature readout? Thanks!

Asked by: snagalin
Hi Snagalin, Serial command set for the controller is given in following manual; Best regards OMEGA
Answered by: NorwalkAE_RS
Date published: 2021-03-24

how do I get the ratcheted panel clip off the CN32PT controllers (in position when delivered) in order to install the unit in a panel? The terminal block PROTRUDES so the clip cannot be removed. I can't get terminal block Off! THANKS

Asked by: tech company owner
Thank you for your question. Use a small flat-blade screwdriver and gently pry the locking tab out on each side of the connector. Once released you can rock the connector back and forth until it comes out of the socket. I hope this helps
Answered by: CB Engineer
Date published: 2019-09-16

How are DIN controllers mounted to front panels? Is there a bracket to secure the controller in place? I can't see the attachment in your cutout panels (e.g.,

Asked by: PLS34
Thank you for your inquiry. PLS34. All of our controllers come with mounting brackets and instructions on how to attach to a panel.
Answered by: Application Engineer MC
Date published: 2023-10-14

Can I use the CN32PT-220 model to control external SSRs or do I need to exchange my controller for one with DC outputs?

Asked by: Aero12
Thank you for your inquiry. You can use AC Controlled/AC Load SSRs:
Answered by: Application Engineer CB
Date published: 2021-08-16

How do you access the webserver? Platinum configurator via ethernet works but no webpage in chrome/edge/IE using (or :80). Version:, Bootloader, Base Output, Smart Output; is this the latest firmware?

Asked by: vcxz
Hi vcxz, Thank you for the inquiry. Please forward this question to TEMP@OMEGA.COM. Best regards OMEGA
Answered by: NorwalkAE_RS
Date published: 2022-01-18

I'm using CN16DPT-144, that has 3 outputs and 1 input for thermocouple. Can I control two difference processes for temperature control with two difference setpoints? But how to use two thermocouples for feedback?

Asked by: Maxy
Thank you for you inquiry Annony. Even though this controller has 3 outputs, you can only control one load at a time due to having only one input. You will need two controllers to control two difference processes.
Answered by: Application Engineer MC
Date published: 2023-05-19
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