Fan and Limit Controller w/ 125 F fan on/100 F fan off, 200 F high limit, 5" insertion Zoom

Fan and Limit Controller w/ 125 F fan on/100 F fan off, 200 F high limit, 5" insertion

SKU:L4064B2228

Brand: Honeywell

Honeywell
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$67.95
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$263.80 / box (4 units x $65.95)
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Specs

Application: Limit Control
Fan Control
Temperature Range (F): 100°F to 250°F
Element Length: 5"
Fan Off: 50°F to 200°F
Fan On: 65°F to 215°F
High Limit Stop: 200°F
Fan-Off Stop: 100°F
Fan-On Stop: 125°F
Switch Action: High Limit switch breaks on temp rise
Fan switch makes on temp rise
Electrical Rating: Fan (AFL): 14A @ 120 Vac
Fan (AFL): 7 A @ 240 Vac
Limit (AFL): 4 A @ 240 Vac
Limit (AFL): 8A @ 120 Vac
Pilot Duty Rating: 2A @ 24 Vac
0.25A @ 0.25 to 12 Vdc
Differential:
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High Limit: 25°F
Mount: Surface
Depth (Inches): 1-19/32"
Width: 3"
Height: 4-9/32"

Description for Honeywell L4064B2228

For control of high limit and fan motor in all types of forced air heating systems.

Features

  • Three wiring terminal options available for easy installation:
  • Push-in receptacles for stripped wire.
  • Female receptacles for 1/4 in. male flag connectors.
  • Field add-on screw terminals.
  • Controls adapt to many competitive mounting holes in replacement applications.
  • Available in a variety of fan and high limit setting ranges.
  • L4064B,W models have manual fan switch that overrides fan control to keep fan running continuously.
  • SUPER TRADELINE models with mounting adapters for easy installation and strain relief bushings to protect wiring from field abuse.

Specifications
  • Application: Forced warm air heating systems
  • High Limit Temperature Range (F): 100 to 250 F
  • Fan on Range: 65 to 215 F
  • Fan off Range: 50 to 200 F
  • High Limit Stop: 200 F
  • Low Limit Stop: 100 F
  • Fan on Stop: 100 F
  • Switching Action: Fan switch makes and high limit switch breaks on temperature rise.
  • Electrical Rating(AFL): 14 A @ 120 Vac
  • Electrical Rating (AFL): 7 A @ 240 Vac
  • Electrical Rating (ALR): 84 A @ 120 Vac
  • Electrical Rating (ALR): 42 A @ 240 Vac
  • Electrical Rating Limit (AFL): 4 A @ 240 Vac
  • Electrical Rating Limit (AFL): 8 A @ 120 Vac
  • Electrical Rating Limit (ALR): 24 A @ 240 Vac
  • Electrical Rating Limit (ALR):48 A @ 120 Vac
  • Operating Temperature Range: -40 to 190 F
  • Differential Temperature: High limit 25 F
  • Maximum Ambient Temperature (F): Switch: 190F; Sensing Element: 350 F
  • Comments: Turns fan on and off according to plenum temperature. With helical bimetal sensing element. High limit stop set at 200F (93 C). With manual fan switch. Deluxe cover. Replaces L4064A,B,E.


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Fan and Limit Controller w/ 125 F fan on/100 F fan off, 200 F high limit, 5" insertion

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4.0

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By recycleman5

from Philadelphia, PA

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        Comments about Fan and Limit Controller w/ 125 F fan on/100 F fan off, 200 F high limit, 5" insertion:

        I've been using this control for many years and find it to be of a higher quality and with less service problems than the White/Rodger's equivalent.

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        Honeywell Fan Limit switch for a Lennox

        By Gino

        from Ann Arbor, Mi

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              Comments about Fan and Limit Controller w/ 125 F fan on/100 F fan off, 200 F high limit, 5" insertion:

              After installation it worked well for several days then Honeywell product would not shut off the fan. I spoke to a furnace "guy" and he told me to change the batteries in the thermostat. I did and the fan limit switch worked well for several more days and just recently failed to function again. I will now need to schedule a furnace repair call. Ouch! Could the new fan limit switch be faulty?

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