thermal switch

thermal switch

[′thər·məl ′swich]
(electricity)
A temperature-controlled switch. Also known as thermoswitch.
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It is triggered by providing heat to the thermal switch which will give the excitement of firing the conventional cracker.
SCHURTER's RTS (Reflowable Thermal Switch) is a particularly compact device for thermal protection against overheating power semiconductors.
It produces a continuous strip of thermal switch housings used to monitor electric motors in cars or home appliances.
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.
(2) Heat transfer: The right side thermal switch turns ON, and the heat generated by magnetization is transferred to the right side magnetocaloric slabs that experienced a temperature decrease owing to the demagnetization.
(1) We verified that there is a maximum temperature difference between the two heat baths of about 1.2 [degrees]C, and it is confirmed that heat can be transferred from the cold-side bath to the hot-side bath using a thermal switch instead of a heat transfer fluid.
A liquid-droplet-based thermal switch can be achieved by relying on coplanar EWOD.
The AEs confirmed that a symbol in the schematics was a thermal switch; we suspected it had failed and caused the LCS cooling-fan motor to short out.
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.