Refrigeration Temperature Control, -30 Degrees F To 90 Degrees F Range (5' Capillary) Zoom

Refrigeration Temperature Control, -30 Degrees F To 90 Degrees F Range (5' Capillary)

SKU:1609-101

Brand: White Rodgers

White Rodgers
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$46.75
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$224.25 / box (5 units x $44.85)
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Specs

Temperature Range (F): -30ºF to 90ºF
Capillary Length: 5 ft.
Switch Action: Close on Rise
Differential:
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3.5° to 40°F
Max Temp (F): 90°F
Min Temp (F): -30°F

Description for White Rodgers 1609-101

Refrigeration Temperature Control

Specifications

  • -30 Degrees F To 90 Degrees F Range
  • 3-1/2 Degree F To 40 Degree F Adjustable Differential
  • 5' Capillary
  • SPST
  • Close On Rise


Features
  • Hydraulic action element.
  • Dust-proof steel case with top and bottom knockouts.
  • Temperature dial graduated in Degrees F and Degrees C and can be adjusted through cover.
  • High electrical ratings allow operation of most equipment without use of relays or motor starters.
  • Type 1609-90 - For use in zoning systems where all thermostats control a common compressor and a separate solenoid refrigerant valve in each zone

Refrigeration Temperature Control, -30 Degrees F To 90 Degrees F Range (5' Capillary)

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  • Refrigeration Temperature Control, -30 Degrees F To 90 Degrees F Range (5'' Capillary)

    Q:

    the thermostat terminals are always open and do not close. this causes nothing to work. what is wrong there???
    Asked on 1/6/2011 by webbo from guyana

    2 answers

    • A:

      As this device is annunciator for an alarm indication the open contacts close to indicate an alarm condition exists. A lower cost way of notification. There are other devices meant to control 'work' and operational control.

      Answered on 6/15/2012 by ram4198 from Duncanville,Texas
    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      The terminals should only open when temperature falls.

      Answered on 2/11/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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