thermal switch

thermal switch

[′thər·məl ′swich]
(electricity)
A temperature-controlled switch. Also known as thermoswitch.
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Integrated metal/plastic processing: For teletronics, Engel will produce thermal switch housings (used to monitor electric motors in cars or home appliances) in a cell that starts with feeding thin brass sheet from a coil through a punch press, where the brass carrier plate also has a thread servo-electrically tapped.
The automatic motor thermal switch turns the pump motor off if the temperature and/or amp draw rises too high.
TOM: I don't know how all automakers handle this problem, but many of them use a thermal switch in the motor.
The ON, OFF mechanism of the thermal switch is implemented by the alternating contact with the contiguous magnetocaloric slabs.
The most common approach is to use a thermal fuse/thermal cut off (TCO) or a thermal switch.
A liquid-droplet-based thermal switch can be achieved by relying on coplanar EWOD.
They feature popular shaft/mounting dimensions, high-voltage insulation, high continuous rated operating temperature plus an over-temperature protection thermal switch, standard windings for 160, 300 and 600 bus volts (custom windings available) and choice of feedback options: resolver, encoder, EnDat and SSI.
The TSW Series thermal switch line consists of three models.
Other advanced protection features include: an FDA (US Food and Drugs Administration) shaft seal to comply with food industry and BISSC (US Baking Industry Sanitation Standards Committee) standards; a potted stator for environmental protection and high voltage protection; an internal thermal switch to safeguard against overheating; advanced Exxon Polyrex EX Polyurea grease lubrication for extended life; and a laser etched nameplate to ensure that there are no areas for process media and bacteria to cling to.
Index Sensors has been a leading player in engine temperature sensing technology beginning with the development of its bi-metal thermal switch technology in 1976.
The fault circuit also monitors a thermal switch on the RF heat sink, which actuates if the heat sink temperature rises due to a fan failure or air flow blockage.
Limited Tenders are invited for Temperature sensore Thermal Switch 100degree C for alternator mounted rectifier panel.