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COLUMBUS ELECTRIC Hazardous Location Line Volt Mechanical Tstat: 40° to 110°F, Aluminum, Adj

Item 
61LA04
Mfr. Model 
HLT-1

Product Details

Catalog Page
2898
Brand
COLUMBUS ELECTRIC
Application
Heat or Cool
Bulb Diameter
3/8 in
Bulb Length
4-5/8 in
Capillary Length
5 in
Differential Type
Adjustable
Enclosure Material
Aluminum
Enclosure NEMA Rating
NEMA 7
Maximum Control Temperature
110 °F
Minimum Control Temperature
40 °F
Maximum Operating Temperature
110 °F
Minimum Operating Temperature
40 °F
Number of Cooling Stages
1
Number of Heating Stages
1
Overall Depth
5-3/4 in
Overall Height
6-3/8 in
Overall Width
5-3/4 in
Switch Action
Open/Close on Rise
Switch Type
SPDT
Temperature Differential
2° to 4°F
Temperature Scale
Fahrenheit/Celsius
Thermostat Type
Line Voltage
Voltage
120/277V AC
Operating Temperature Range
40° to 110°F
Contact Type
Snap Action
Enclosure Color
Black
Full Load Amps @ 120V AC
22 A
Hazardous Location Class
1C/D; 2E/F/G
Hazardous Location Division
Division 1
Includes
Conduit Adapter 3/4i n to 1/2 in; Conduit Plug
Number of Poles
1
Sensor Type
Bi-Metal; Capillary Sensor
Standards
cULus; UL
UNSPSC
41112209
Country of Origin
USA (subject to change)
Product Description

These temperature controls are suitable for use in hazardous locations, like grain elevators, chemical plants, and mines. They control temperatures in Class I, Group D and Class II, Groups E, F, and G hazardous locations. Class I, Group D hazardous locations are areas where flammable gases or vapors may be present. Class II, Groups E, F, and G hazardous locations are areas where combustible dust may be present. These controls are compatible with single-stage systems. Single-stage systems have a single output level and allow the system to be either on or off. These controls have a capillary tube and sensor that monitor and regulate the temperature of the ambient air, a liquid, or a gas at a distance away from the control. The sensing element is not affected by changes in barometric pressure or cross-ambient conditions to ensure accurate temperature regulation.