Configuring a customized digital temperature switch to meet your application requirements is simple and we have outlined the breakdown of each placeholder below. Of course, you can customize many of the features of our digital temperature switch which may factory placeholders to change. If you can’t choose from an option provided, contact our direct technical support team to learn more!
DIGITAL TEMPERATURE SWITCH NOMENCLATURE
D – Prefix
C – (1) This indicates the type of digital temperature switch. Senasys offers three different types of digital temperature switches: fixed (A), internal adjust (B) or operator adjust (C).
F – (2) The second placeholder defines what the digital temperature switch is programmed to do: Open on Temperature Rise (L), or Close on Temperature Rise (F).
1 – (3) Amperage. Our standard digital temperature switch uses a relay that is rated for 10 Amps @ 120VAC (01), but we also offer a 16 Amp version (02).
01 – (4) Sensor. The digital temperature switch is available with a variety of different sensor options such as a stand alone RTD (01), probe (02), or epoxy sealed RTD (03). Other custom sensor options are available.
A – (5) Power. The digital temperature switch does require power to operate. Our standard power supply is a 5VDC to 120VAC power supply (A).
XXX – (6) Fixed Version ONLY. There will be a required placeholder for the fixed versions of the temperature switch at the end of the part number to specify the switching temperature, differential and tolerance for the specific application.
DCF101A – Going by these guidelines, we can determine that this item is an operator adjustable digital switch, programmed to close on temperature rise between -50°F to 200°F using a stand along RTD sensor and 5VDC to 120VAC power supply.
SENASYS DIGITAL TEMPERATURE SWITCH
Designed by Senasys, the digital switch is a cost effective, flexible switching solution that allows for tight differentials and tolerances. The digital switch can be used as a standalone board mounted to the control panel, or as a completed enclosure (as shown).
Our switch limit settings are listed. Let us know what you need to measure and switch.
For more information about the different options available, or to configure your digital temperature switch, visit the product page!