Thanks for emailing! See answers below your questions:
THERMOCOUPLE INPUT TYPE K or TYPE S (MAXIMUM RESISTANCE 100 OHMS)
ACCURACY +/- 10ûF
COLD JUNCTION COMPENSATION ELECTRONIC
POWER INPUT 24V CENTER-TAP TRANSFORMER
OUTPUTS 1, 2, 3, AND SAFETY 600 mA AT 12V; FOUR 12V RELAYS WITH 80 OHM COIL
OUTPUT 4 150 mA at 12V; ONE 12V RELAY WITH 80 OHM COIL
OPERATING TEMPERATURE RANGE 0ûF TO 125ûF OR 0ûC TO 52ûC
Thanks so much for answering the questions!
Well, now that I think about it, I guess I can ask the electrician if there will be any problem with the specs of 19000 watts and 79.2 amps. The watts are the power. If there is anything else you think I should ask the electrician before ordering the kiln, please let me know.
After making one DaVinci kiln for a large industrial customer in Connecticut they bought six more. We custom designed the control panels so they could squeeze two control systems into one NEMA1 panel and save space. These photos show the kilns in production at our factory in Swedesboro NJ.
A super insulated kiln ring for a customer who is doing year long testing of liquid metal batteries. 4-1/2″ of brick with 2″ of backup mineral wool on the sides, 6″ of brick on the top and 6″ of brick and 2″ of calcium silicate on the bottom.
Here are some photos I saw of a competitor’s kiln while fixing some of Easy-Fire kilns at Penn State. The kiln still works but for how long? Note how the soft K23 firebrick (the same brick all kiln manufacturers use) does not take normal abuse well. That is why L&L invented and uses hard ceramic element holders.