Circulator Aquastat, 100-240°F range, 5-30°F Adj Differential Zoom

Circulator Aquastat, 100-240°F range, 5-30°F Adj Differential

SKU:L4006B1163

Brand: Honeywell

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Application: Circulator Control
Bulb Size: 3/8" x 2-7/8"
Capillary Length: 3"
Switch Action: Contacts Make on Temp Rise
SPST
Temperature Range (F): 100°F to 240°F
Electrical Rating: 8A @ 120 Vac
0.25 A @ 0.25 to 12 Vdc
5.1A @ 240 Vac
Electrical Ratings (ALR): 48A @ 120 Vac
30.6A @ 240 Vac
Differential:
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Adjustable
5° to 30°F
Max Ambient Temp (°F): 150 F
Height: 5-5/8"
Width: 2"
Depth (Inches): 2-1/8"
Well Included: No
Mount: Horizontal
Vertical
Max Temp (F): 240°F

Description for Honeywell L4006B1163

Features:

  • Totally enclosed Micro Switch+ snap-acting switches operate on temperature rise to setpoint.
  • Visible control point scale and external adjustment screw permit easy setting.
  • Horizontal or vertical insertion of the sensing element.
  • Direct or well immersion of the sensing element.
  • Models available for strap-on mounting.
  • Remote bulb model may be used to sense air temperature in ducts and in outside air sensing applications.
  • Select models have wells.

Circulator Aquastat, 100-240°F range, 5-30°F Adj Differential

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5.0

Great Aquastat and functioned perfectly.

By ilapskivt

from E Dover, VT

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        Comments about Circulator Aquastat, 100-240°F range, 5-30°F Adj Differential:

        This aquastat worked great to control the circulator pump for my wood boiler. It was easy to connect with no issues to discuss.

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        4.0

        Good product

        By L. Kaufman

        from Halifax, Pa.

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              Comments about Circulator Aquastat, 100-240°F range, 5-30°F Adj Differential:

              This is a single, (normally open) Switch. Make sure it is a "close on temperature rise" that you need. Many similar models have a double switch, one opens when the other closes. Good quality product. The only thing I noticed is when set for a 5-degree differential; it takes a larger change in temperature to actually transfer the switch.

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              • Circulator Aquastat, 100-240°F range, 5-30°F Adj Differential

                Q:

                Setting the low temp cut out at 160 with 20 degree differial means the pump will restart at 180? Or do I set it at 180 (cut in temp) and expect it to cut off at 160? No instruction sheet provided in severely aged box,..new unused but shelf and handling abuse,
                Asked on 3/10/2012 by Anonymous from Willits Ca

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                  A:

                  On a hot water boiler system with a circulating pump, the setpoint on the aquatat is considered the high limit which is when the flame cuts out and the pump cuts in.  As the temperature drops according to your set differential to reach your low limit, the flame cuts in and the circulator pump cuts out. The cycle then repeats.
                   
                  The instruction sheet may be available on-line on the Honeywell website.
                   
                   
                   

                  Answered on 3/10/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
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                  You must always set the unit for the temperature at which you want the comntacts to transfer, the contacts will then stayed in the transferred position until the temperature has changed equal to the differential.
                  (note: be sure you have the right unit. some are designed with normally open contacts and close with an increase in temperature, others are designed with normally closed contacts and open with an increase in temperature.)
                  The unit in question here (L4006B1163), is one with normally open contacts and will close with an increase in temperature.
                  Therefore: If set at 180 degrees with a 20 degree differential. It will transfer (close) the contacts at 180 degrees and they will remain closed until the temperature decreases to 160 degrees.
                  Hope this helps
                  L. Kaufman
                   
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                  Answered on 3/10/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
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                  A:

                  Here's the instruction sheet:
                  http://customer.honeywell.com/techlit/pdf/60-0000s/60-0915.pdf
                  Good luck!

                  Answered on 3/10/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
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                  A:

                  Here is documentation I found online. The link is to the PDF document
                  directly from Honeywell. Watch the part numbers. The "B" is what you have,
                  but the documentation covers a family of controllers, not just one specific
                  model.
                  The way I read it is the controller will cut out at 160 and with a 20
                  degree differential, will cut back in at 180.
                  L4006B makes the circuit on a temperature rise. It is
                  used as a circulator controller, delaying circulator
                  operation when boiler water temperature is below the
                  control setting.
                  http://customer.honeywell.com/techlit/pdf/60-0000s/60-0915.pdf

                  Answered on 3/10/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
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                  A:

                  This switch is designed to engage at a temperature setpoint. the differential is the amount where the circuit will open up again. For example, if it is set to come on at 180 deg F with a 20 deg differential then it will stay on until the system cools down to 160 Deg F and then drop out. There are instructions for this device under Honeywell's website.
                  My wood/coal boiler uses this device for the over-temperature circuit to turn on the heating loop I use for a dump zone. I set it at 190 deg F with a 5 deg differential.
                  Best regards,
                  Andy Thorpe

                  Answered on 3/11/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
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