STEGO 01141.9-00 THERMOSTAT CONTROLLER, NO, IP20
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- Manufacturer: STEGO
- Newark Part No.: 02P6314
- Manufacturer Part No 01141.9-00
- Contact Current Max: 15A
- Operating Temperature Max: 80°C
- Operating Temperature Min: -45°C
- Operating Voltage: 250VAC
- Operation Type: Normally Open
- SVHC: No SVHC (16-Jun-2014)
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I think I may have made a mistake. We have A/C units that use the 01141.9-00 thermostats and have been working great. Every now and then we'll have one break and have to replace it. I ordered some new ones on 5/12/11 and received them on 5/19/11. I took a look at them today and noticed that they were in celsius. The original ones we have are fahrenheit. I thought thats ok, we can work around that, but then noticed the part number was different too. The new ones that I ordered are 01141.0-00. What is the difference? Am I going to have performance issues? Do I need to send them back and get the right part number? Please let me know when you get a chance. Thank you.
Main difference is Switching capacity.
If you have performance issues then please buy same part again.
For exchanges please check with Newark sale team if possible they can help you in this matter.
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