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Digital Temperature Switch Cross Reference

Digital Temperature Switch Replacement Options

As an easy guide for you we have created this simple cross reference guide to help you find a direct replacement option of a digital temperature switch. If you have one of the series listed below, simply match it to our series. Give us a call for for more information or […]

Digital Temperature Switch RTD Sensor

Most Accurate Temperature Switching Solution

Our digital temperature switch is available with multiple different sensor options using a standard RTD sensor including: Probe Style Epoxy Sealed Surface Mount K-Type Thermocouple For more information about the best sensor option, continue reading below. For more information about the digital temperature switch, click here! ACCURATE DIGITAL TEMPERATURE SWITCH […]

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 […]

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 […]

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Senasys Releases Economical and Adaptable Digital Temperature Switch

Digital switch offers custom solutions for temperature sensing needs. Altoona, WI (October 14, 2019) — Senasys, a well renowned manufacturer of mechanical temperature switches, recently released a cost effective and versatile digital temperature switching solution. The digital temperature switch can monitor and control temperature in heating and cooling applications with […]

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 […]

Temperature Controller Non-Isolated Switching Regulator

Temperature Controller Power Options

During the research and development phase of the digital temperature controller, we determined 120VAC to 5VDC power supply or wire leads for incoming 5VDC power from the user’s system would be required. As we have worked with more applications, we have made a third power option available – 7 to […]

Digital Temperature Controller How To

Digital Temperature Controller How To

The newest addition to our line of switching and sensing products is our Digital Temperature Controller, which can be used to monitor and switch temperature in your system. It would work great to determine what Fixed Temperature or Adjustable Temperature thermostat switch would work best within your application. For more […]

Digital Temperature Sensor

Digital Temperature Sensor Relay Testing

During the research phase of the digital temperature sensor, we determined the industry standard for digital switching solutions was 10 Amps at 120VAC. With our experience with mechanical temperature switches we set the bar for a minimum of 100,000 cycles. To see our cycle test findings continue reading below. For […]