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Manual Reset Temperature Switch FAQs

Temperature Switch FAQs

Senasys snap disc temperature switches are available in three functions: automatic, manual and one shot. A manual reset temperature switch is commonly used in an overheat application. For example, if there is an excessive amount of temperature rise, the switch stops the equipment and doesn’t allow the equipment to turn back on until a human presses that little red button to RESET the switch and equipment.

432 Manual Reset Thermostat Switches, Loose Mount

What is a manual reset temperature switch?

A snap disc temperature switch that opens (limit) when temperature rises in a system.

How do you reset the temperature switch?

It’s simple. Press the red button!

When are manual reset switches commonly used?

These temperature switches are used when the switch should NOT reset once the system has shut down and returned to ambient temperature. Someone needs to interfere with the system before safely operating again.

Manual reset switches are used in various applications, such as:

  • Heater Temperature Control
  • Prevention of excessive temperature rise

Senasys designs and manufactures two different manual reset thermostat switches – 25 Amps or 15 Amps at 120VAC.

Our 25 Amp manual reset thermostat switch is available with exposed caps, great for unique applications which require a faster response time. The 15 Amp manual reset switches are available in many different mounting options for custom applications.

Senasys manual reset thermostat switches are UL approved and made in the U.S.A.

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2 thoughts on “Manual Reset Temperature Switch FAQs”

    1. We do not carry that specific switch, but we may be able to get it from a company we work with overseas. What quantity are you looking for?

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