Thermostats Finder ensure a thermal comfort to your devices




Thermal comfort is, when a temperature in a house is 21-24 °C and a relative humidity is …. No, sorry, your device can withstand much more. At least 0 to 60°C or much more. If you have a device, where you need to guide the temperature, then DIN-rail thermostats are the simplest usable solution. Series 7T from company Finder offers a possibility to use such thermostats to control heating, cooling (fans) or their combination…

Thermostats Finder ensure a thermal comfort to your devices




Besides purely industrial applications, these thermostats can also be used to control temperature in buildings or garages – for example as a frost protection. In our stock can be found five types, mainly with a range of 0 to +60°C. Available are 2 basic series – 7T81 and 7T91. 7T81 is a narrower, only 17.5 mm wide series. Series 7T91 is wider, with a more perforated enclosure, i.e. there´s an assumption of somewhat quicker reaction to temperature changes.

Orientation among types is simple. Types with a suffix …23xx are intended for switching of cooling (blue adjustable knob), i.e. after reaching a set temperature a bimetal contact switches on. Here belong for example types 7T.81.0.000.2303 and 7T.91.0.000.2303.

Types with a suffix …24xx are intended for switching of heating (red adjustable knob), i.e. after reaching a set temperature, a contact switches off. Here belong for example types 7T.81.0.000.2403 and 7T.91.0.000.2403. However in the 7T series can also be found types usable in both ways, for example 7T.91.0.000.2004 (range +5 to +60°C).

Detailed information will provide you datasheets Finder 7T81 (EN) and Finder 7T91 (DE).
In case of interest please contact us at [email protected].

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