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Thermostat, Dual, ZR 011 Series, +20°C to +80°C, -10°C to +50°C, NO / NC, DIN Rail

01175.0-00 - Thermostat, Dual, ZR 011 Series, +20°C to +80°C, -10°C to +50°C, NO / NC, DIN Rail

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The 01175.0-00 is a Dual Thermostat with NO (normally open) and NC (normally closed) in one casing and for use with heaters, signal devices. Thermostat (contact breaker, normally closed) is for regulating heaters, the contact opens when temperature is rising. Thermostat (contact maker, normally open) is for regulating filter fans and heat exchangers or switching signal devices when temperature limit has been exceeded, the contact closes when temperature is rising. Heaters and cooling equipment can be switched independently from each other with a temperature offset as opposed to the usual change-over contacts.
  • Separate adjustable temperatures
  • High switching capacity
  • Terminals easily accessible
  • Clip fixing
  • IP20 Protection rating


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+20°C to +80°C, -10°C to +50°C
10A at 250VAC
Normally Open, Normally Closed
DIN Rail
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