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Snap Disc Limit Control, 175 to 215 Degrees F Range (Open on Rise)

SKU:3L05-2

Brand: White Rodgers

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Specs

Application: Limit Control
Temperature Range (F): 175°F to 215°F
Differential:
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40°F
Motor: Locked Rotor: 72A @ 120VAC
Full Load: 10A @ 240VAC
Full Load: 14A @ 120VAC
Locked Rotor: 60A @ 240VAC
Switch Action: Open on Rise
Pilot Duty Rating: 125 VA @ 240 Vac
125 VA @ 120 Vac
Connection Type: 1/4" Quick Connect
Features: Fixed Temperature

Description for White Rodgers 3L05-2

Snap Disc Limit Control

Features

  • SPST
  • Flanged Airstream Mount
  • Open On Rise
  • Adjustable Set Point
  • 175 to 215 Degrees F Range
  • Automatic Reset

Snap Disc Limit Control, 175 to 215 Degrees F Range (Open on Rise)

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White RodgersSnap Disc Limit Control, 175 to 215 Degrees F Range (Open on Rise)
 
5.0

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5.0

simple universal part

By Big Willy

from Santa Rosa Ca

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        Comments about Snap Disc Limit Control, 175 to 215 Degrees F Range (Open on Rise):

        This simple switch will replace many diferent types of saftey and control switches. I have used these many times.

        • Primary use:
        • Business
         
        5.0

        sweet

        By mike h

        from maine

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              Comments about Snap Disc Limit Control, 175 to 215 Degrees F Range (Open on Rise):

              over heating control, works great, thanks

              • Primary use:
              • Personal

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