Line Volt Mechanical Tstat for SPST, Energy Conservation Heating Model, Max. Setting 75°F (24°C), 24
- Item # 36P596
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # T26A-14C
- Catalog Page # 3090
- UNSPSC # 41112209
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- Item Line Volt Mechanical Tstat
- Thermostat Switch Type SPST
- Thermostat Control Range 40 Degrees to 90 Degrees F
- Thermostat Voltage 24 to 277VAC
- Full Load Amps @ 120VAC 15A
- Full Load Amps @ 240VAC 3A
- Thermostat Programmable No
- Remote Sensing Capability No
- Thermostat Heating/Cooling Heating
- Thermostat Item Line Voltage Mechanical Thermostat
- Remote Sensing Bulb Included No
- Switch Action Open/Close on Rise and Open/Close on Fall
- Number of Switches 1
- Differential 0.7 Degrees F
- Height 5"
- Width 3"
- Depth 3"
- Sensor Type Bi-Metal
- Color Brown
- Enclosure Type NEMA 1
- Inductive Amps @ 120V 10A
- Inductive Amps @ 208V 10A
- Inductive Amps @ 240V 10A
- Locked Rotor Amps @ 120V 36A
- Locked Rotor Amps @ 240V 18A
- Pilot Duty Contacts (VA) 125VA
- Mounting Location Wall
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