Pneumatic Thermostat,DA,55 to 85F
- Item # 38Y160
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # T-4002-301
- Catalog Page # 3040
- UNSPSC # 41112209
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- Item Pneumatic Thermostat
- Action Type - Pneumatic Thermostats Direct Acting
- No. of Pipes 2 Pipe
- Thermostat Application Heating and Cooling
- Temperature Output Settings Single Temperature
- Control Air Pressure 3 to 15 psi
- Air Connections 5/32" Barb
- Element Type Bi-Metal
- Max. Air Pressure 25 psi
- Max. Ambient Temp. 135 Degrees F
- Mounting Style Horizontal
- Height 2-3/32"
- Width 3-1/8"
- Depth 1-3/4"
- Temp. Control Range 55 Degrees to 85 Degrees F
- Air Consumption 20 scim
- Throttling Range 1 to 5 psi
- Includes T-4002-201 (D.A.) or T-4002-202 (R.A.) Thermostat, Beige or White Cover, Terminal Connector and Tubing, Tube Couplings and Clamps, Installation Instructions, Faceplates (Horizontal w/window, Horizontal w/logo, Vertical w/logo, and Blank), Cover Plate/Subplate, Adjustable Pipe Head, Mounting Hardware
Compliance and Restrictions
This item is restricted for international sale.
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