3 pole combination control thermostat

Housing dimensions: 60 x 54 x 48 mm (without terminals)

Bulb and capillary: stainless steel, capillary length 1500 mm, 150 mm long PVC sleeve on capillary.

Electrical rating

Temperature adjustment range (°C)

Manual reset temperature (°C)

Description

TECHNICAL FEATURES

Housing dimensions: 60 x 54 x 48 mm (without terminals)

Bulb and capillary: stainless steel, capillary length 1500 mm, 150 mm long PVC sleeve on capillary. Capillary minimum bending radius 5 mm.

Temperature sensing element: liquid filled bulb and capillary.

Terminals: 6.35 x 0.8 quick connect terminals. M4 screws also available on request.

Adjustment: Dia. 6 mm shaft with 4.6 mm flat, (other lengths or fixed setting available on request).

Manual reset: fail safe, fixed setting, front access reset button

Fail safe contact action by low temperature: Temperatures under -15°C (5°F) will trigger the manual reset.

Mounting: Front bracket with 2 x M4 threads, 28 mm distance

Rating: 3 x16A 250VAC, 10A 400VAC (res.)

Contacts: 3 poles ST (snap action contact)

 

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Technical informations associated to this product

  • Electrical protection classes

    The housings are designed to protect electrical equipment located inside. This protection must be considered in the electrical and environmental angles.)
  • Electrical contacts

    As numerous mechanisms exist, we decided not to distinguish on the basis of constructive technique, but according to their operation speed, which is the key element.
  • Description of temperature controls

    Used as control thermostats or as a safety thermostat with manual reset, these thermostats have a disc made of two different metals laminated together for temperature sensing element. These two metals have different expansion coefficients.
  • Thermostats installation

    The proper functioning of a thermostat depends primarily on the correct choice of the component, but also the conditions of its installation. Conditions used to calibrate regulating and control equipment in the factory are always ideal laboratory conditions, ensuring measurement accuracy and repeatability. These conditions are rarely those found in practice when installing thermostats. However, with a minimum of constraints, it is possible to optimize assemblies.