Pneumatic Thermostat Reverse Acting, Cooling Zoom

Pneumatic Thermostat Reverse Acting, Cooling

SKU:TP970B2002

Brand: Honeywell

Honeywell
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$69.95
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$271.80 / box (4 units x $67.95)
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Specs

Temperature Range (F): 59 to 90
Width: 2"
Height: 3-1/4"
Depth (Inches): 1-5/8"

Description for Honeywell TP970B2002

Two-pipe, single setpoint, pneumatic thermostat used to provide proportional control of pneumatic valves and damper actuators in heating and air conditioning systems. Replacement kits are available for Johnson, Powers, Robertshaw, Barber-Colman, and older Honeywell two-pipe pneumatic thermostats.

Features

  • Honeywell's best pneumatic thermostat-TP970 series.
  • Shock-resistant, suspension-mounted thermostats provide dependable performance and responsiveness year in and year out.
  • Pilot operated for high capacity.
  • Direct Acting (DA) and Reverse Acting (RA) models are available.
  • Wide throttling range models for Zero Energy Band (ZEB) operation are available.
  • Adapter plate in Convertastat and Modernization kits covers existing thermostat wall mark.
  • Backplate has molded air connections-no separate fittings needed.
  • Universal locking cover with satin chrome finish and horizontal, vertical, or blank window options.
  • Typical Wide Throttling Range Application.


Specifications
  • Description: Pneumatic Thermostat Reverse Acting, Cooling
  • Application: Cooling Only Systems
  • Remote Bulb: No
  • Setpoint: Single
  • Action: Reverse Acting
  • Number of Pipes: 2
  • Setpoint Temperature Range (F): 59 F to 90 F
  • Sensor Element: Bimetal
  • Maximum Safe Operating Pressure (psi): 25 psi
  • Operating Temperature Range (F): 100 F Maximum
  • Storage Temperature (F): 150 F maximum
  • Throttling Range (F): 2 F to 10 F
  • Airflow Usage: 0.011 scfm (5.2 mL/s)
  • Dimensions (in.): 3-1/4 in. high x 2 in. wide x 1-5/8 in. deep
  • Mounting: Wall
  • Note: Must Order Cover Separately.

Pneumatic Thermostat Reverse Acting, Cooling

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