Thermostat TKP (current sensitive)
Thermostat TKP (current sensitive) (DIN EN 60730-1) is a temperature and current sensitive, cyclic operation device. Under normal conditions it maintains the temperature between two predetermined values. The operating temperature can be adjusted by rotating the shaft. The thermostat returns to its initial states after temperature drops.
APPLICATIONS: Temperature regulation and control in variety of heating and cooling appliances.
Note: The customer can also place orders according toparticular required parameters, which should be agreed upon with the manufacturer.
|Rated voltage, V, not more||~250|
|Rated current, A, at power coeff. 0,95, not more||16; 10|
|Rated current, A, at power coeff. 0,6, not more||2,6; 1,6|
|Number of automatic cycles, at rated current 16 (2,6) А and power coeff. 0,95, not less than||100000|
|Operating temperature range, °C||-25 - +250|
|Reset temperature lower than operating temperature, °C, on||15|
|Tolerance of operating temperature, °C||Low value: ±20; High value: ±10|
|Transient resistance, Ω, not more||0.15|
|Electric strength of insulation, not less than, V||1500|
|Insulation resistance, MΩ not less than||50|
|Turning range, angle degree||270; 306|
|Heating speed, K/min||1,0|