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Modulating Temperature Controller, 80 F to 210 F


Brand: Honeywell

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Application: Remote Bulb Temperature
Output: Analog
One 135 Ohm Potentiometer
Color: Gray
Height (Inches): 5.5
Width: 4-1/2"
Depth (Inches): 2-3/4"
Sensor Type: Copper Bulb
High Temperature Fill
Sensor Inputs: 1
Capillary Length: 5 ft.
Bulb Size: 1/2" x 4"
Max Temp (F): 80° to 210°F
Min Temp (F): 80°F
Max Operating Temp: 230°F
Throttling Range: 6°F to 32°F
Accessory For: 90 Modutrol Motors

Description for Honeywell T915C1928

Proportional remote bulb controllers for ducts, tanks, boilers, pipes and other heat exchangers.

Product Features:

  • Provide proportioning control of three-wire, low-voltage valve or damper motors.
  • Used to regulate temperatures of either air or liquids.
  • All models ambient compensated. Ambient temperature compensation provides good temperature control. Refer to T775 Electronic Remote Temperature Controller where more exact control is required and/or remote controller location is preferred.
  • Temperature setting scale markings in both Fahrenheit and Celsius. Steel case has a clear plastic cover to make setting readily visible.
  • Surface mount using two screws through back of case.

Product Specifications:
  • Description: Modulating Temperature Controller, 80 F to 210 F
  • Application : Used with Series 90 Modutrol Motors for proportional control of valves and dampers
  • Type: Remote bulb
  • Output Type: analog
  • Analog Output: One 135 Ohm Potentiometer
  • Color: Gray
  • Dimensions: 5 1/2 in. high x 4 1/2 in. wide x 2 3/4 in. deep
  • Sensor Element: Copper bulb, high temperature fill
  • Number of Sensor Inputs: 1
  • Capillary Length (ft): 5 Ft
  • Bulb Size (in.): 1/2 in. diameter x 4 in. long
  • Setpoint Temperature Range (F): 80 F to 210 F
  • Maximum Operating Temperature (F): 230F
  • Throttling Range (F): 6 F to 32 F

Modulating Temperature Controller, 80 F to 210 F

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