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T24 Series Thermostat – 4A-SF2 (LOOSE BRACKET)

(3 customer reviews)

$10.95

Open on Temperature Rise

A bimetal disc in the switch snaps at specified temperatures, positively opening and closing the electrical contacts. These thermostats open automatically in the temperature range you choose.

  • 4A-SF2
  • Automatic Reset
  • Loose Bracket
  • Electrical Rating: 16A/250VAC 15A/125VAC 10A/250VAC
  • Open at 348°F, Close at 322°F (PART #T24A176)
  • Open at 400°F, Close at 372°F (PART #T24A204)
  • Open at 450°F, Close at 414°F (PART #T24A232)

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Description

High Temperature Thermostat Switch

T24 Series

Open on Temperature Rise

A bimetal disc in the switch snaps at specified temperatures, positively opening and closing the electrical contacts. These thermostats open automatically in the temperature range you choose.

  • 4A-SF2
  • Automatic Reset
  • Loose Bracket
  • Electrical Rating: 16A/250VAC 15A/125VAC 10A/250VAC
  • Operation Temp: 104F~392°F(ENEC) (UL/CUL)
  • Differential: 10K~65K
  • Calibration Method: 1℃/min. Air circulation furnace
  • Temp. Tolerance: ±3K / ±5K
  • Heat Durability: 180° *2Hr MAX.
  • Circuit Resistance: 50 mΩ MAX.
  • Insulation Resistance: 100MΩ min. at DC 500V
  • Dielectric Strength: AC1000V for One Minute or AC 1800V for One Second (Leak current:0.5mA)
  • 100,000 Cycles(15A 125VAC / 10A 250VAC)
  • 10,000 Cycles(16A 250VAC)

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

If you need a temperature range or configuration not listed here, please contact our office: (715) 831-6353.

High Temperature Thermostat Switch Catalog Pages Contact us about our 432 manual reset snap disc thermostats.

Additional information

Weight N/A
Fixed Temperature

OPEN 348°F CLOSE 322°F(T24A176), OPEN 400°F CLOSE 372°F(T24A204), OPEN 450°F CLOSE 414°F(T24A232)

3 reviews for T24 Series Thermostat – 4A-SF2 (LOOSE BRACKET)

  1. Kenneth Jones (verified owner)

    Speedy delivery

  2. john harwood (verified owner)

    Works wel, more solid than most – don’t try to adjust the angle of the contact!

  3. Marv V. (verified owner)

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