Hammond Manufacturing

A thermostat is an electronic component that senses the temperature of its environment. Thermostats are often the main control unit for heating and cooling systems, and are responsible for maintaining ambient temperature near a desired setpoint.

Thermostats control temperature by switching heating or cooling devices on or off to maintain the correct temperature. To control temperatures in an enclosure, a thermostat would be responsible for turning on or off small heaters and fans.

Thermostats provide consistent operating conditions within enclosures to produce greater reliability, reduce energy consumption, and improve equipment efficiency. Thermostats also assist in protecting electronic equipment from corrosion and other damage due to condensation.

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  • Designed to provide air temperature control and monitoring in cabinets
  • Thermostat NC (Normally Closed) for the control of heaters and heater fans
  • Thermostat NO (Normally Open) for the control of cooling units, or for switching signal transmitters
  • Available in Fahrenheit or Celsius
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  • Designed to provide air temperature control and monitoring in cabinets
  • Twin thermostats integrates two independently switchable thermostats
  • Connected devices can be switched in different temperature ranges
  • Available with NC/NO, NC/NC, NO/NO
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  • Switchable resistive and inductive loads
  • Provides air temperature and humidity control as well
  • Also provides monitoring in electrical and electronic enclosures
  • Independently senses the relative humidity and temperature
  • Effective in systems where equipment is exposed to wide ranging outdoor elements
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