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K8AB-TH12S AC100-240 - 

Temperature Monitoring Relay, K8AB Series, Thermocouple, 100 to 240 Vac, SPDT Relay Output

K8AB-TH12S AC100-240 - Temperature Monitoring Relay, K8AB Series, Thermocouple, 100 to 240 Vac, SPDT Relay Output

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Manufacturer Part No:
K8AB-TH12S AC100-240
Order Code:
1343843
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Information

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B, E, J, K, R, S, T, PLII
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55°C
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-10°C
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250VAC
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Product Overview

The K8AB-TH12S AC100-240 is a Temperature Monitoring Relay features compact and slim relay ideal for temperature alarms and monitoring. It can set high-temperature range of 0 to 1700°C maximum in increments of 10°C. It comes with one SPDT relay output. This temperature monitoring relay was designed specially for monitoring abnormal temperatures to prevent excessive temperature increase and to protect equipment. A relay capacity of 3A at 250VAC (resistive load) is provided in a slim body only 22.5mm wide. An output latch function is also supported. Settings can be made and functions can be selected using the DIP switch. It Reduce the number of models by using universal-input support for thermocouple or Pt100 sensor input. The excessive temperature increases can be prevented and abnormal temperatures can be monitored. It comes with ABS self-extinguishing resin (Munsell 5Y8/1) ivory case.
  • Alarm status identification with LED indicator
  • 85 to 110% of Power supply voltage
  • Non-volatile memory
  • 10000000 Operations mechanical life
  • 500ms Sampling cycle
  • 2000VAC 50/60Hz for 1 minute Dielectric strength
  • IP20 Degree of protection

Applications

Thermal Management, Industrial, Automation & Process Control

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