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- ItemLine Volt Mechanical Tstat
- Switch TypeSPST
- Switch ActionClose On Rise
- Number of Switches1
- Control Range50 Degrees to 90 Degrees F
- Differential2 to 4 Degrees F
- Insertion Depth3/4"
- Sensor TypeBi-Metal
- For Use WithCooling Systems
- Enclosure TypeABS
- Input Voltage120 to 277VAC
- Voltage Range120 to 277VAC
- Inductive Amps @ 120V4.5A
- Inductive Amps @ 208V4.5A
- Inductive Amps @ 240V4.5A
- Cooling Full Load @ 120V4.5A
- Cooling Full Load @ 240V4.5A
- Cooling Locked Rotor @ 120V22A
- Cooling Locked Rotor @ 240V22A
- Full Load Amps @ 120V22A
- Full Load Amps @ 240VAC22A
- Full Load Amps22A
- Contact Rating Resistive @ 120V22A
- Resistive Amps @ 208VAC22A
- Contact Rating Resistive @ 240V22A
- Contact Rating Resistive @ 277V22A
- Number of Stages1
- StandardsUL CSA
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Yes this can be used to turn on and off a Exhaust Fan at a givin temperature, just be sure the rating on the fan does not exceed the Switch.
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