Working Principle of Liquid Expansion Capillary Temperature Thermostat:
When the temperature of the sensing object changes, the thermal medium is heated or cooled to produce a physical change in thermal expansion and contraction, and the capsule connected to the temperature expansion tube expands or contracts. Due to the level principle, bring along the switch contacts to open and close, and finally control temperature.
Performance Characteristics of Liquid Expansion Capillary Temperature Thermostat:
Liquid expansion thermostat (capillary thermostat) made by Jaye industry has the characteristics of accurate temperature control, long life, stable and reliable, small temperature difference when open and close, large adjustment range of temperature control, large load current and easy installation.
Technical Parameter of Capillary Thermostat:
Model: Capillary thermostat
Voltage: 220V 50-60HZ
Temperature range: ± 35 ℃
Tolerance range: 1-2.5 ℃
Shell material: composite board / color zinc
Capillary material: Copper
Filling method: gas
Working life: 100,000 times
Applications: Household refrigerators, air conditioners, freezers, display cabinets, water dispensers, kitchen refrigerators, etc.
1. At least one room must be installed if needs heating. At the same time, in order to ensure the safety of electricity use, if the installation area is greater than 100 square meters, the electric meter should be greater than 40 amps, and the power line between the walls should be ＞2.5M. A single room with an area of more than 40 square meters must be installed with 2 thermostats.
2. The ideal height for installing the thermostat is 1.3-1.5 meters. On the wall which is operated, each thermostat is equipped with independent switching power supply. Remember to avoid installing in a place that is blocked or exposed to direct sunlight.
3. The maximum load of the thermostat should meet the requirements of the product manual, and the temperature control range is 5 ~ 30 degrees
4. The thermostat should be installed in strict accordance with the location and height determined on the house design drawing.