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Thermostat Switch - Circuit On At 100°F and Off At 85°F - Large Flange

by Senasys

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  • UL Approved up to 250 VAC and 25 AMP resistive load.
  • Rated for environmental conditions up to 350F.
  • Snapdisc thermal control closes on temperature rise: Close 100F Open 85F (+/- 5F)
  • Temperature switch will last for over 100,000 operations under normal usage.
  • Model number: 2511F002-351
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Technical Details
Part Number 2511F002-351
Item Weight4.8 ounces
Product Dimensions4 x 2.8 x 2 inches
Item model number2511F002-351
  
Additional Information
ASINB0026RYU4W
Best Sellers Rank #46,250 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableApril 17, 2009
  
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Product Description

The standard UL approved 2511 series " bimetal snapdisc thermostats are capable of switching high-current applications over precise temperature ranges. Originally designed and manufactured by Honeywell and Elmwood Sensors. Now manufactured by Senasys. Sealed and gold versions are also available for unique applications.

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Seems to be well constructed.
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It has been in operation daily for about a month with no problems.
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Works great to turn a fan on a solar charge controller.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Psyclaws on June 30, 2010
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I'm an amateur carpenter and tinkerer of all things flashy and shiny. I built a cabinet style TV stand / AV hutch for my flat screen and entertainment components. The front of the unit has doors which stay closed most of the time, so I needed a way of keeping all my toys inside cool. An AV receiver can get hot pretty quick if no ventilation is available. I've heard the latest gaming consoles will put off a good bit of heat as well, and one of those will be in the unit soon too. Given my need for a breeze, I installed two small PC-style quiet cooling fans (12V, 200mv each), wired in parallel and venting out the back panel (airflow enters around the doors). I then wired this temperature switch between them and a 12v wall wart rated for 400mv. Once the temp gets a little too high in the cabinet, the fans kick on and cool things down within a matter of minutes. The temp does have to get a little hotter than I would like to kick on, usually around 95 or so, but the next temp scale on the 80 degree switch had a low end of 65 degrees. My house temp runs around 70 degrees, so that switch would have caused the fans to run all the time.
Granted there are other options for my application. I wouldn't feel right describing it above for others without mentioning the fact that you could go with a ready made product like the "Coolerguys Cabcool1202". That is an all-in-one cabinet cooler with the power converter, dual fan setup, and thermostat all built it. It runs around $70 and has a slightly lower temp scale, more suitable for cabinet electronics. I like to tinker, and didn't want to spend that much money though. This little switch suites my needs, and my whole setup only cost about $35 to construct.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Paul E. Trapp on February 23, 2012
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I used this on a heater in a retirement home room. The heater is cycled hot water with a constant running fan. The unit is under an outside window. When the hot water stops then you get cold air. I put this switch on the heating element and in series with the fan motor. Now all you get is heat and no cold air. Makes the room a lot more comfortable because of the even tempature.
I always buy through Amazon if I can because of good parts with good prices and no rip offs in shipping costs.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Moishe on April 25, 2013
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I have a great wood burning fireplace insert which has a blower fan that has to be manually turned on and off.
Bought this little snap switch and put it in line with power to the fan,,,,, turns on the blower when heated and even better turns off the blower when the fire dies down so as not to blow cold air around the house. I attached the snap switch to the side of the firebox with small rare earth magnets. ( no drilling)
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By mglampe on January 3, 2012
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Using this switch to turn on fans in my entertainment cabinet. On and off temps are a little higher than I wanted, but this was the closest available. Could use some info on type of connector needed for wires.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By TheSov on October 6, 2010
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This device works exactly as expected and has an auto reset to boot. This device closes on thermal achievement, meaning it completes a circuit and does not break it. I use this to trip a relay that engages full vents in the mechanical room.
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By DM on July 4, 2014
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This was the fix I needed.
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By riggarob on June 13, 2014
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I needed a switch like this for the inverter in my motorhome, because the manufacturer mounted the inverter upside down, thereby making it hard for the heat to be released. by mounting this switch on the inverter, and adding two muffin fans, whenever the temp gets up over 100 degrees, the fans cut in, and when it gets back down to 85 degrees, the fans turn off. Just what I needed for a crazy a$$ factory screwed up installation !
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By Engineer Brad on June 10, 2014
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Item was just as expected, this type of switch has proven to be highly reliable when the load current is well within the max ratings.
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