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Application Notes

Electronic Temperature Switch Controls Water Heater

Electronic Temperature Switch Controls Hot Water Heater

Running out of hot water in your home? You may want to turn the temperature on your electric water heater up to keep the heating element on longer. Most water heaters have old style controls that require a screw driver adjustment and torque spec to turn up the temperature specification […]

Manual Reset Thermostat Switches Limits Hot Beverage Dispenser

Manual Reset Thermostat Switch Limits Food Equipment

Senasys designs and manufactures a variety of manual reset thermostat switches to function as a limit (contacts open on temperature rise) to shut down a piece of equipment. These thermostats are commonly found in food and beverage equipment, such as hot beverage dispensers. Each piece of equipment has a control, […]

Automatic Reset Thermostat Switch Controls Food Equipment

Automatic Reset Thermostat Switches Control Food Equipment

A common application use for Senasys automatic reset thermostat switches is limit protection when a temperature is exceed. For instance, our snap disc thermostats are commonly found in food equipment such as hot holding food warmer units. These appliances are commonly used to To-Go & Delivery order pizzas warm until […]

Digital Temperature Switch Display

Digital Temperature Gauge Becomes Great Switching Mechanism

Since releasing our digital temperature switch, we have received a wide array of application requests that involve this innovative switching solution – including one that didn’t involve the switching mechanism! One of our pool and spa manufacturer customer’s from our Presair product line was familiar with our temperature solutions. Although, […]

Fan and Limit Electronic Temperature Controller

Fan and Limit Electronic Temperature Controller

Electronic Temperature Controller – Fan and Limit Senasys often receives temperature sensing requests for close on temperature rise (fan) and open on temperature rise (limit) applications. In the past we recommend using two snap disc thermostat switches – one to close on temperature rise and the other to open. As […]

panel mount temperature control

Panel Mount Temperature Control in Production Line

During the research and development phase for the digital temperature switch, we had a new application brought to us which allowed Senasys to pair a thermocouple with the temperature controller rather than our standard RTD sensor. A production line uses a hot brander to stamp cover plates (figure 1). As […]

Coffee Maker Using Snap Disc

Coffee Makers Use Snap Disc Thermostats

Did you know that one of our switches could be used to make that cup of coffee you are drinking every morning? Well, now you do. I am going to get you a little insight on how our switches can be used in coffee makers as well as a few […]

Snap Disc Fan and Limit Thermostat Switch

Snap Disc Fan and Limit Thermostat Switch

Snap Disc Fan and Limit Thermostat Application Senasys recently had a manufacturer reach out to us with a temperature monitoring application where they would like to have a thermostat switch control the fan and limit. The manufacturer was previously using a Honeywell Fan and Limit Thermostat Switch, P/N L4064B2236, in a […]

Hot Water Fluid Application for Capillary Switches

Capillary Switches Controls Water Heater Temperatures

Capillary Switch Senses Liquid Temperatures Most commercial style dishwashers, and even a number of household type dishwashing appliances, use one or two capillary switches to heat the water. The capillary switch’s bulb will be immersed directly into the water or contained within a thermowell, which controls a series of heating […]

Capillary Switch in Fryer

Capillary Switch Turns on Deep Fat Fryer’s Heat Elements

Capillary Switch Works as a Control and Limit In a deep fryer a single or double capillary may be used. The bulb portion of the capillary is made of Stainless steel or a plated copper and is immersed directly into the fluid being heated. One capillary may be used as […]