thermostatic switch

thermostatic switch

[¦thər·mə¦stad·ik ′swich]
(electricity)
A temperature-operated switch that receives its operating energy by thermal conduction or convection from the device being controlled or operated.

thermostatic switch

A type of switch installed inside security cabinets, vaults, etc. If the temperature within the cabinet or vault rises significantly above its normal value, the thermostatic switch closes, thereby activating an alarm.
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Tenders are invited for Thermostatic Switch For Water Cooler Conforming To Is: 11338/1985 Reaffirmed 1999 , Minimum And Maximum Of The Thermostat Setting Shall Be From 7 Degree C And 22 Degree C.
Each particle acts like a discrete thermostatic switch to regulate the amount of current that passes into the specific tissue region with which it is in contact, to thus generate heat within it.
Tenders are invited for Thermostatic Switch For Water Cooler Suitable To Work At 220V,50Hz, Single Phase, Having Temp Setting Rang 7 Degree Centigrade To 22 Degree Centigrade ,16A,0.
Installation of powered exhaust fan, with thermostatic switch at the Therapy Pool dehumidifier heat loop supply boiler room Installation of new cooling system to Natatorium offices 148 & 149 etc.