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Raychem® Fixed Point Thermostat (40F) AMC-F5

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Raychem® Fixed Point Thermostat (40F) AMC-F5

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Fixed Point Thermostat (40F).
This Freezgard® AMC-F5 thermostat is designed to control heat-tracing systems used for freeze protection in non hazardous locations. The thermostat has a fixed set point of 40°F (4.4°C) and can be used in ambient-sensing mode (with sensor in air) or line-sensing mode (with sensor placed on pipe or tank wall). It can be used to control a single heat tracing circuit or as a pilot control of a contactor switching multiple heat-tracing circuits. Made in the USA.

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    • BRANDRaychem
    • LENGTH INCHES3-1/4
    • WIDTH INCHES2-1/2
    • HEIGHT INCHES5-1/4
    • VOLTAGE480 / 250 / 125
    • DESCRIPTIONFixed Point Thermostat (40F)
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The directions say to attach T-stat bulb to pipe with AT-180 aluminum tape.Will reg aluminum tape work?

Question Asked By: RANDALL , Big Bend Natl. Park , January 23, 2016

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