SPST Attic Fan Thermostat with 80° to 130°F Range, 13.8A
- Item # 2E340
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # 1A22-7
- Catalog Page # 3024
- UNSPSC # 41112209
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- Item Attic Fan Thermostat
- Thermostat Switch Type SPST
- Thermostat Control Range 80 Degrees to 130 Degrees F
- Thermostat Voltage 120 to 240VAC
- Full Load Amps @ 120VAC 13.8A
- Full Load Amps @ 240VAC 10A
- Differential 15 Degrees F
- Height 4-9/16"
- Width 2-13/16"
- Thermostat Heating/Cooling Cooling
- Thermostat Item Attic Fan Thermostat
- Switch Action Close on Rise
- Number of Switches 1
- Depth 2-1/8"
- Sensor Type Bimetal
- For Use With Attic Ventilators, Fans and Dampers
- Color Beige/Silver Face
- Application Attic Fan Control, Cooling Only
- Inductive Amps @ 120V 13.8A
- Inductive Amps @ 240V 10A
- Locked Rotor Amps @ 120V 82.8A
- Locked Rotor Amps @ 240V 60A
- Mounting Standard 2" x 4" Vertical Box
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