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Electric Heat Relay (240VAC)

SKU:24A01G-3

Brand: White Rodgers

White Rodgers
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$60.25
/ each
$289.25 / box (5 units x $57.85)
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Specs

Application: Electric Heating
Time Delay: 45 Seconds
Wiring: 18" Leadwires
Ambient Conditions: -20° to 120°F
Voltage:
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240v
Hertz: 60
Thermostat Current: 0.2A
Height: 1-7/8"
Width: 4-1/2"
Depth (Inches): 2-7/16"
Electrical Ratings (ALR): 72 A @ 240 VAC
Electrical Ratings (AFL): 12 A @ 240 VAC
A.C. Resistive: 25A
6000W
240v
Position: Normally Open
Type: SPST
Mount: Hub

Description for White Rodgers 24A01G-3

Level-Temp Silent Operator For Low Voltage Control Of Electric Heat

Specifications

  • 240 VAC
  • 60Hz Input
  • SPST
  • Normally Open
  • 45 Second Average Time Delay


Features
  • Level-Temp allows low voltage 2-wire thermostat to control line voltage loads such as baseboard heaters
  • Conduit hub or screw mounting
  • Ideal for all types of electrical heat
  • Non-critical mounting angle
  • Universal break-off mounting tabs
  • Dual Level-Temp capable of controlling two separate loads

Electric Heat Relay (240VAC)

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        3.0

        I would purchase this product again

        By RB

        from Forest Hill, MD

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              Comments about Electric Heat Relay (240VAC):

              I use this relay to operate 5 electric baseboard units with a standard low voltage thermostat in lieu of 240 volt thermostat.

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              5.0

              great part, very reliable

              By Diamond Dave

              from Patchogue,ny

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                    Comments about Electric Heat Relay (240VAC):

                    Installing this product made my wife very happy and obviously warm!!!!!

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                    5.0

                    A SURPRISE BY INTERNET

                    By TUNA

                    from CLEVELAND OHIO

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                          Comments about Electric Heat Relay (240VAC):

                          I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR THIS PRODUCT BY A DIFFERINT MANUFACTOR. BUT THIS WORKS JUST LIKE THE OTHER. IT CAME WITH INSTRUCTIONS FOR MANY USES. [...]

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                          4.0

                          Replacement control worked fine.

                          By master licensed electrician

                          from Galway, NY

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                                Comments about Electric Heat Relay (240VAC):

                                First control shipped and installed didn't work so I had to remove and bypass until I put in the second one which worked as planned. [...]

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                                5.0

                                Great product

                                By Lacho

                                from Chicago

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                                      Comments about Electric Heat Relay (240VAC):

                                      Great product save me 1200 $

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                                        Q:

                                        Can I use this on a 1 hp motor?
                                        It's for irrigation.
                                        Thanks
                                        Asked on 8/3/2013 by Sgthollister from Oregon

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                                          A:

                                          No, It is for Heating only

                                          Answered on 8/5/2013 by Anonymous
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                                          A:

                                          According to the specification, it is rated for 72 locked rotor amps (LRA) and 12 full load amps (FLA).  If the motor is less than that on the nameplate, you should be fine.  Keep in mind this is really designed for electric baseboard heat and there is a 45 second delay.  This is to keep the heat from short cycling during minor temperature changes.  

                                          Answered on 8/4/2013 by Anonymous
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                                          I would not. The control is to be used with a thermostat, a low volt input
                                          that heats a contact plate warping the plate causing a contact. You need a
                                          motor relay. David

                                          Answered on 8/4/2013 by Anonymous
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