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  • Inserting brass rods into a plastic thermostat housing [MEC]
    This application has three different coils for varying hole patterns. A three turn oblong coil is used to heat 2 brass inserts in close proximity...
  • Inserting brass rods into a plastic thermostat housing [IH]
    This application has three different coils for varying hole patterns. A three turn oblong coil is used to heat 2 brass inserts in close proximity...
  • Pt-100 Sensor Technology: Not Your Average Thermostat (.pdf)
    There are quite a few devices commonly used to measure temperature in industrial applications. Thermocouples, thermistors and resistance temperature detectors (RTDs) are just a few commonly used devices for temperature measurement applications, like those found in the pharmaceutical or food and
  • Simple Fan Control Solution
    Ambient Temperature-Controlled Fan On/Off Switch - the TC620 logic output temperature sensor can work as a local thermostat, turning the cooling fan on and off when the ambient temperature levels exceeded threshold values. The programmable temperature threshold and hysteresis values make it easy
  • Building Automation
    The heart of building automation is in the electronics. Building automation covers heating and cooling with input from a thermostat, as well as intelligent lighting control and smart metering. According to a 2008 study, the largest source of commercial energy consumption is space heating at 36%
  • Thermostats like it hot
    When temperatures soar, immersion thermostats let you know. The 4100 Series immersion thermostat from Airpax Corp., Frederick, Md., is intended for temperatures from 40 to 120 C, and can fit in housings as small as /4-in. NPT or M14. It switches 3 A, 28 Vdc for 5,000 cycles, and can work
  • Medical Device Link .
    Robert Rix is the inventor of Gorix, a highly conductive "smart" material that is able to regulate its own temperature without a thermostat. Rix, who with codirector John Gordo founded the company in Rotherham, S Yorks, UK, which is named after them, presented his invention at the recent Medical
  • Evaluation of Infra-Red vs. Forced Air Heating (.pdf)
    A three-year study was conducted at a commercial facility with frequent overhead door openings. Participant installed both a forced-air unit heater (FA) and a tube-type infrared heater (IR). Units were operated by a common thermostat, with a manual override switch, to allow for either forced air
  • Low-Cost Deicing Heater with Low-Temp PTC Thick Film
    solution using a low temperature thick film heater with self limited overheat control built in, eliminating the need for a thermostat.

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