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Thermo hygrostat ETF012 series
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thermo hygrostat
thermo hygrostat
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Combined Thermostat and Hygrostat • Temperature and Humidity Adjustable • High Switching Capacity • DIN rail mount Description The electronic hygrotherm senses the ambient temperature and relative humidity in an enclosure with electric/electronic components, and turns on a heater (or alternatively, a fan) at either set point, helping prevent the formation of condensation in the enclosure. The LED integrated in the adjustment knob on the active controller is lit when the connected device is in operation. SPECIFICATIONS Switch Difference (Temperature): 2K (±1K tolerance) at 25°C (77°F) (50% RH) Switch Difference (Humidity): 4% RH (±1% tolerance) at 25°C (77°F) (50% RH) Reaction Time (Humidity): Approximately 5 sec Contact Type: Change-over contact (relay) Service Life: VDE: NO/NC >15,000 cycles UL: NO/NC >30,000 cycles Max Switching Capacity (relay output): 240 Vac: 10 (1.6) Amps 60 Vdc: 0.6 Amps (not UL confirmed) Max. Inrush Current: 30 A AC for 10 secs. Optical Indicator: LED Connection: 5-pole terminal, clamping torque 0.5Nm max; rigid wire 2.5 mm², stranded wire (with wire end ferrule) 1.5 mm² Mounting: Clip for 35 mm DIN rail, EN60715 Casing: Plastic according to UL94 V-0, light grey Dimensions: 77 x 60 x 43 mm Weight: Approx. 0.20 kg Fitting Position: Vertical Operating/Storage Temperature: -40 to +60°C (-40 to +140°F) Operating/Storage Humidity: Max. 95% RH (non-condensing) Protection Type: IP20 ( NEMA 2) Approvals: VDE + UL File No E164102

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