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Adjustable Fan Switch, 90-130

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  • Item # 6UEE1
  • Mfr. Model # 6UEE1
  • UNSPSC # 39121510
  • Catalog Page # 4224
  • Shipping Weight 0.07 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemSnap Disc Control
  • TypeAdjustable Fan
  • Switch ActionClose on Rise
  • Switch TypeSPST
  • Temp. Range (F)70 to 130
  • Height (In.)1-1/4
  • Width (In.)2
  • Depth (In.)1-3/4
  • Circuit #1 Switch Closes @ (F)90 to 130
  • Circuit #1 Switch Opens @ (F)70 to 110
  • Differential20
  • Inductive Amps @ 120V14
  • Inductive Amps @ 240V10
  • Pilot Duty Contacts (VA)125
  • Resistive Amps @ 120V25
  • Resistive Rating 240V25
  • Voltage Range120 to 240
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or will the contacts corrode from too low voltage? I have already purchased the fan, and found out about this type of switch after!
It is a CDT-F10 Solar Power Fan. The specs were on their website, but now the page is not working. It runs 15V to 17.5V.
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and have been advised by them of the following.

This thermal disc is not rated or designed for DC voltage.
This part will not work in a solar application.

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Building a passive solar heater, need the fan to kick on when heater is 110, and off at about 90. Can be variable, that's ok. But, I wanted to make sure this wasn't designed for the opposite (on low and off high like a regular heating thermostat). If it is wrong, what can I use? (like one designed for A/C)?
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and has been advised by them of the following.

This fan switch is designed to close on temp rise. It is adjustable between 90° and 130° F. with a 20° differential. If you have the switch set to turn on at 110° it will turn off at 90°.

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