Line Voltg Thermostat, SPST, 120 to 240VAC
- Item# 2NKW5
- Mfr. Model# 1E65-144
- Catalog Page# 3781
- UNSPSC# 41112209
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- Item Line Voltage Thermostat
- Switch Type SPST
- Switch Action Open on Rise
- Number of Switches 1
- Control Range 45 Degrees to 90 Degrees F
- Differential 1 Degrees F
- Height 5"
- Width 4-3/16"
- Depth 1-1/4"
- Temp. Sensitivity 0.2 Degrees F
- Sensor Type Thermistor
- For Use With Electric Heating Systems up to 4000 Watts
- Color White
- Display Type Digital LCD
- Input Voltage 120 to 240
- Voltage Range 120 to 240VAC
- Full Load Amps @ 120V 16.7
- Full Load Amps @ 240VAC 16.7
- Contact Rating Resistive @ 120V 16.7A
- Resistive Amps @ 208VAC 16.7A
- Contact Rating Resistive @ 240V 16.7A
- Mounting Type Vertical
- Number of Stages 1
- Temp. Settings per Day 1
- Includes Standby Switch, TRIAC Technology, Universal Mounting Plate and Hardware
- Standards CSA
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