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432 Series – 1/2″ Manual Reset Thermostat – Loose Mount (L)

(6 customer reviews)

$19.25

Open on Temperature Rise

Often used as a fail-safe, these manual reset thermostat switches require the user to intervene before resuming operations. 

  • Loose Hold Mount
  • 90° Terminal Orientation
  • Many Terminal Bend Options
  • Temps from 100°F to 350°F
  • Up to 15 Amps @ 120 VAC
  • Operates with AC or DC
  • 100,000 cycles
  • UL rated
  • Made in the USA
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Description

Manual Reset Thermostat Switches

Loose Mount Style | 432 Series

Open on Temperature Rise

Often used as a fail-safe, these manual reset thermostat switches require the user to intervene before resuming operations.

The bimetal disc will snap at the appropriate temperature separating the electrical contacts. The switch will remain “open” until the button on the back is pushed, moving the disc back into the “closed” position.

This model has a loose hold mount, which can be installed at any angle (shown here with 0°, 45°, and 90° terminals).

  • Loose Hold Mount
  • 90° Terminal Orientation
  • Many Terminal Options
  • Temps from 100°F to 350°F
  • Up to 15 Amps @ 120 VAC
  • Operates with AC or DC
  • 100,000 cycles
  • UL Listed
  • Made in the USA

For more information and product specifications, please view our catalog.

Senasys offers a variety of custom options such as terminals, temperature ranges and more. Please contact our direct customer service for more information.

432 Manual Reset Snap Disc Thermostat Catalog Pages Contact us about our 432 manual reset snap disc thermostats.

Additional information

Weight N/A
1/4" QC "Spade" Terminals Bend

0°, 45°, 90°

Temperature

125 Open: 125°F ±5°F Close: Manual (L510), 160 Open: 160°F ±8°F Close: Manual (L617), 200 Open: 200°F ±6°F, Close: Manual (L522), 220 Open: 220°F ± 5°F Close: Manual (L517), 275 Open: 275°F ±10°F Close: Manual (L589)

6 reviews for 432 Series – 1/2″ Manual Reset Thermostat – Loose Mount (L)

  1. Burton (verified owner)

    The part worked perfectly.

  2. Michael Cochrane (verified owner)

  3. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Purchased as a replacement for a failed disk thermostat in a water distiller. I would have preferred one with a 250 degree cutoff, but the 275 was the closest available, and it works fine, with no overheating of the distiller

  4. Aaron (verified owner)

    Manufacturer delays were the only drawback!

  5. Louis De Angelis (verified owner)

  6. Thomas Adams (verified owner)

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