Supra Touch Series


Supra Touch Series

Introducing the Supra Touch Series

Supra Touch brings a wealth of new features that make it more powerful and more versatile.

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Advanced but easy to use

Supra Touch has an uncomplicated, intuitive icon-based display paired with a 5-inch touchscreen, making it quick and easy to navigate and program. It also reduces the time it takes to train new staff.

VentGrid™ merged ventilation

In addition to traditional staged control, Supra Touch offers VentGrid merged ventilation. Merged mode provides optimized ventilation control with smoother transitions than traditional staged mode does.

More than just temperature

Supra Touch can monitor humidity, ammonia, carbon dioxide, and more. It can then use those conditions to influence how it controls equipment. For example, if the humidity is too high, it can switch heaters on or increase ventilation to reduce it.


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Programming options
Automatic temperature control
THI control
Independent control zones 4
Staged ventilation mode
VentGrid™ merged ventilation mode
Manual override mode
Growth curves 4
Minimum ventilation curves 4
Secondary modifiers
Settings groups
Relay stagger for startup load
Sensor inputs
Phason 3K Series temperature inputs 5
Outdoor temperature
Phason Relative Humidity Sensor
DOL 114 temperature and humidity
DOL 16 light
DOL 119 carbon dioxide (CO2)
DOL 53 ammonia (NH3)
Pulse counter
Outputs (variable stages and relays)
Variable AC stages 4
0 to 10 V DC signal outputs 4
General-purpose relays 12
Alarm relay
Variable and relay configuration options
Variable cooling and heating
Relay cooling and heating
Duty cycle
Actuator / inlet
Curtain machine / winch
Timed events
Air curtains
VFD control
Scrolling status screen
Updatable firmware
Transferable settings
Hourly and daily logs
NEMA 4X enclosure
CSA approval
2-year warranty
  • Incoming power
    120/230 VAC, 50/60 Hz
  • Variable AC stages
    10 A at 120/230 VAC, general-purpose (resistive)
    7 FLA at 120/230 VAC, PSC motor
    1/2 HP at 120 VAC, 1 HP at 230 VAC, PSC motor
  • Variable AC stage fuses
    15 A, 250 VAC ABC-type ceramic
  • Variable DC stages (optional)
    0 to 10 VDC, 2K Ω load
  • Variable DC stages (optional)
    0 to 10 VDC, 2K Ω load
  • Relay stages
    10 A at 120/230 VAC, general-purpose (resistive)
    1/3 HP at 120 VAC, 1/2 HP at 230 VAC
    360 W tungsten at 120 VAC
  • Alarm relay
    0.4 A at 125 VAC, 2.0 A at 30 VDC, resistive load
    0.2 A at 125 VAC, 1.0 A at 30 VDC, inductive load

Manual Override Box

The Manual Override Box increases the load handling capability of your control's relays and provides an external disconnect.

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Variable DC Module

The Variable DC Module has four 0 to 10 V DC signal outputs.

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FanDRIVE (1x14 FLA)

FanDRIVEs expand the capacity of your control system by taking the 0 to 10 VDC signal from the control and adjusting fan speed.

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FanDRIVE (2x7 FLA)

FanDRIVEs expand the capacity of your control system by taking the 0 to 10 VDC signal from the control and adjusting fan speed.

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Relative Humidity Sensor

Relative Humidity Sensors allow you to monitor humidity up to 100 feet away from the control. Connecting a humidity sensor allows you to use the high-humidity bypass feature.

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Temperature Sensors

Additional temperature sensors allow you to use 4-zone temperature averaging. Probes are available several lengths and can be extended up to 500 feet using extension cable.

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Wind Speed Sensor

The Wind Speed Sensor is a rugged and durable anemometer that provides high accuracy over a wide range of wind speeds.

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DOL119 CO2 Sensor

The DOL 119 measures carbon dioxide (CO2) in a range that has been selected to care for animal comfort and monitor error conditions.

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DOL53 Ammonia (NH3) Sensor

The DOL 53 is designed for stationery, continuous monitoring of ammonia (NH3) in livestock and industrial facilities.

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DOL114 Temperature and Humidity Sensor

The DOL 114 is a high-precision temperature and relative humidity sensor available in 4 to 20 mA, 0 to 3 V, 0 to 5 V, and 0 to 10 V versions.

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DOL16 Light Sensor

The DOL16 measures light intensity in two different ranges: 0 to 100 and 0 to 1000 lux.

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Bottom Board Kit | SUPRA-TOUCH

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Display Kit | SUPRA-TOUCH

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Ten pack of 15 A fuses

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Five pack of pluggable relays

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How big is the control?

The enclosure is 11.85 x 11 x 3.95 inches (30 x 28 x 10 cm). The heatsinks add an additional 2.5 inches (7 cm) to the width.

Can a Supra Touch display kit be used to upgrade a Supra-RS?

Unfortunately, no. The control board for the Supra Touch is different than the one for the Supra-RS. A complete control will need to be purchased.

Can the Supra Touch measure THI?

No. The Supra Touch can measure humidity and have secondary modifiers based on humidity, but it does not measure THI. If you need a control to measure THI, look at the AutoFlex Connect.

Does it have a manual override?

Yes. There is a software manual override that can be accessed from the Supra Touch’s menu. For more information, see Using manual override in the user manual.

Can the Supra Touch control misting and fogging?

The Supra Touch has time or temperature-based duty cycles, as well as timed events. A more feature-rich misting and fogging control system can be found in the AutoFlex Connect.


Where do I configure regular curtains with no feedback?

Curtains with no feedback are configured under the Inlets tab.

Can my zone temperature be the average of multiple temperature sensors?

Yes. All sensors assigned to control the same zone are automatically averaged to calculate the zone reading.

What does the master set point do?

The master set point is a quick way to alter the set points of all the equipment in a zone. When the master set point is changed, all the equipment set points in that zone are changed proportionally.


Why are my variable AC fans operating erratically?

Are you using three-phase power? The control and the AC fan must be connected to the same phase of power. See Using three-phase power in the user manual for more information.