TS Series Digital Temperature Switch from Love Controls

QUICK SPECS
Input: 1.5-inch (4 cm) thermistor (1000Ω @ 25°C) with 5 ft (1.5 m) cable.
Probe Range: -58 to 302°F (-50 to 150°C).
Output: 16A SPDT relay @ 250 VAC resistive.
Control Type: ON/OFF.
Power Requirements: 110 VAC, 230 VAC or 12 VAC/VDC (depending on model). 4VA (230V).
Accuracy: ±1°C.
Agency Approvals: CE, cUL, UL.
Complete Specifications


Model Numbers Description
TS-13010 Digital temperature switch, 110 V, 16 A, °F display.
TS-13011 Digital temperature switch, 110 V, 16 A, °C display.
TS-13020 Digital temperature switch, 230 V, 16 A, °F display.
TS-13021 Digital temperature switch, 230 V, 16 A, °C display.
TS-13030 Digital temperature switch, 12 VAC/VDC, 16 A, °F display.
TS-13031 Digital temperature switch, 12 VAC/VDC, 16 A, °C display.
Thermistor Probes sold separately. Click here for probe options

 

The TS Digital Temperature Switch is designed to regulate many heating and cooling applications. Easy programming via the tactile front keypad enables quick setup of the 12 parameters for simple, reliable operation. The user can define set point, heating/cooling regulation, hysteresis, cycle time, ambient probe adjustment and defrosting time. The unit features error or alarm messaging and password protection. View probe temperature on the bright red, 3-digit LED display. Select between temperature display in °F or °C, and 110 VAC, 230 VAC, or 12 VDC power supplies. The Series TS includes a thermistor with 5 ft (1.5 m) cable, fitting clips for panel mounting, gasket, rear terminal cover, and instruction manual.

Applications
TS Digital Temperature Switches are suitable for industrial chillers, environmental chambers, walk-ins and freezers, heat sealers, sterilizers, beer and wine chillers, mug frosters, coolers, display cases and cabinets, warmers, meat and produce storage, floral preservation, refrigerated transportation, laboratories, food service equipment, ovens and dryers, tobacco preservation, hot melt glue stitchers for case erectors, cool rooms, burn-in rooms and chambers, and cold water citrus packing.