01172.0-00 - 

Thermostat, 0°C to +60°C, NO / NC, 5A at 250 Vac, 10 A at 250 Vac, DIN Rail

01172.0-00 - Thermostat, 0°C to +60°C, NO / NC, 5A at 250 Vac, 10 A at 250 Vac, DIN Rail

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Product Overview

The 01172.0-00 is a vertical Dual Thermostat with NC/NO in one unit. The ZR 011 houses two separate thermostats, allowing the independent control of heating and cooling or other equipment. Thermostat NC (normally closed) opens at temperature rise for regulating heaters or for switching signal devices, comes with red temperature dial. Thermostat NO (normally open) closes at temperature rise - for regulating filter fans and heat exchangers or for switching signal devices, comes with blue temperature dial. It comes with light gray plastic housing and snap-action contact.
  • Thermostatic bimetal sensor
  • >100000 cycles Service life
  • UL94V-0 Flammability rating
  • IP20 Protection rating


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When connecting with stranded wires, wire end ferrules must be used.

Product Information

0°C to +60°C
5A at 250VAC, 10A at 250VAC
Normally Open, Normally Closed
DIN Rail
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