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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
3L11-120 Newark / element14 WHITE RODGERS Not Provided WHITE RODGERS - 3L11-120 - DISC THERMOSTAT; BIMETAL; 120V
3F11-100 Newark / element14 WHITE RODGERS Not Provided WHITE RODGERS - 3F11-100 - DISC THERMOSTAT; BIMETAL; 120V
3L11-210 Newark / element14 WHITE RODGERS Not Provided WHITE RODGERS - 3L11-210 - DISC THERMOSTAT; BIMETAL; 120V
36T22 11824 Testco Thermodisc Not Provided Thermostat, Bimetal Snap Disc
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  • Thermostats like it hot
    coefficients of thermal expansion are bonded into one element. When temperature changes, the metal strips expand at different rates, bending the element in an arc to make or break a set of contacts. One drawback to fused-bimetal strips is that the switchover tends to creep, so that there is not an immediate
  • Invar
    in clocks, scientific instruments, bimetal strips in thermostats, and other materials that require consistent monitoring systems.
  • Fundamentals of Resettable Functionality in PPTC Devices
    devices, bimetal breakers, and thermostats are the preferred solution. These devices do not require replacement after a fault event, and allow the circuit to return to the normal operating condition after the power has been removed and/or the overcurrent condition is eliminated. This resettable

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