Electrical Reset Thermostats and Thermal Switches Datasheets

Snap-Action, Self-Hold Thermostat -- J(S)
from Portage Electric Products, Inc.

A snap-action, self-hold thermostat for motor and appliance applications. In a fault condition, the Model JS opens the circuit, and an internal heat source holds it open until power is removed, and the unit is allowed to cool. The thermostat then resets, allowing continued operation. Features. [See More]

  • Features: Electric Reset
  • Switch Type: Bi-Metal
  • High Temperature Set Point: 140 to 302
  • Switch Type: Normally Closed, NC; Open on Temperature Rise
Thermal Cutout with Electrical Self-Hold -- A30V
from Canadian Thermostats & Control Devices LTD.

Thermal cutouts and temperature/current cutouts with electrical self-hold switch off after reaching the set temperature or current level. The switch is then held open by a parallel switched heating resistance (PTC) - the cutout will not automatically reset while voltage is applied. It will reset... [See More]

  • Features: Electric Reset
  • Repeatability / Tolerance: 9
  • High Temperature Set Point: 158 to 320
  • Switch Type: Bi-Metal