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TEMPERATURE CONTROL, 1/16 DIN

OMRON

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  • Item # 4A481
  • Mfr. Model # E5C2R20JWAC10024032392
  • UNSPSC # 39121549
  • Catalog Page # 441
  • Shipping Weight 0.45 lbs.
Country of Origin JapanCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemTemperature Controller
  • Input Voltage100 to 240VAC
  • Length (In.)1.89
  • Width (In.)1.89
  • Depth (In.)4.00
  • Control ModeOn/Off
  • Description/Special FeaturesThermocouple Input, No Calibration Required, Relay Type Output Rated SPDT, 3A, Manual Dial Setting Type J Thermocouple Input, 8 Pin Octal Relay Socket Mountable
  • DIN Type1/16
  • Hysteresis0.5% of Full Scale
  • Setting Accuracy+/-2% FS Max.
  • OutputSPDT, 3A
  • Power Consumption2
  • Switch FunctionSPDT
  • Temp. Range32 Degrees to 392 Degrees F
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Designed to monitor and control heating and/or cooling process applications. Thermocouple input, no calibration required. Relay output rated 3A at 250VAC. Features manual dial setting, Type J thermocouple input, and 8-pin octal relay socket. 2VA power consumption.

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How would I do this? I hocked up the temp wire to 1 and 2 I put the power to 7&8 a jumper from 8 to 4 the black wire to 5 then the other wire to the naturol. It keeps tripping the breaker .
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By your description, you need a thermocouple or thermowell of some kind that will act as a sensing device. The resistance change that occurs as the sensor is exposed to different temperatures will be interpreted by the temperature controller; which in turn controls the heater. Please call us at 1-800-Grainger so we can discuss your installation in greater detail.

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