100 Deg. F To 350 Deg. F Range, 20 Deg. F Fixed Differential (9" Element) Zoom

100 Deg. F To 350 Deg. F Range, 20 Deg. F Fixed Differential (9" Element)

SKU:416-4

Brand: White Rodgers

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Specs

Application: Limit Control
Fan Control
Temperature Range (F): 100°F to 350°F
Differential:
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20°F
Switch Action: SPDT
Motor: 3.7A @ 240V
7.4A @ 120V
Height (Inches): 5.375
Width: 2-5/16"
Depth (Inches): 1-7/8"
Element Length: 9"
Features: Adjustable Temperature

Description for White Rodgers 416-4

Starts and Stops Fan Operation and the 416-4 Provides Positive Reliable High Limit Protection on Warm Air Furnaces

Features

  • Specially designed hydraulic action element can be bent to any position
  • Temperature dial calibrated in Degrees F and C and can be adjusted through cover
  • Easy to set cut-in and cut-out indicators on adjustable differential
  • Dustproof steel case has top and bottom knockouts
  • SPDT for use as fan or limit, also as fan "selector" on 2-speed blower application

100 Deg. F To 350 Deg. F Range, 20 Deg. F Fixed Differential (9" Element)

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5.0

PEX Cover's what factory no longer does!

By The Stove Guy

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        Comments about 100 Deg. F To 350 Deg. F Range, 20 Deg. F Fixed Differential (9" Element):

        Original manufaturer no longer carries this part though it is still availible from PEX. Saves customers having to re-wire heater for timer and it works better. And it's the OEM part.

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