For safety reasons, it is advisable to use a HW 16 monitor when electric heatings work without supervision, e.g. in continuous use or during the night.
The temperature limit is digital, in 1 °C steps. The temperature sensor should be placed where the highest temperature is expected or where critical temperatures must not be reached. When the temperature limit is attained, the HW 16 switches off the heating and gives visual and audible alarm. While the audible alarm can be switched off immediately, the visual error message remains visible.
Before the heating can be started again, the temperature must fall below the limit.
The Pt 100 sensor can be connected to the regulator with a diode plug. Boreholes at the rear side allow the fixing of a support clamp (accessories).
The HW 17 temperature limiter was especially designed for the installation on mounting rails (TS35) in control cabinets and casings.
The highquality, microprocessor-controlled device monitors or limits the temperature at the determined measuring point. Depending on the configuration, a relay switches selflocking (limit mode) or reclosing (monitor mode). By pressing the reset button or by interrupting the mains supply, the latching-up period can be ended.
Optionally, the relay can act as a breaker or as a closer. The basic setting of the device is determined via DIP switches inside the casing. The limiting value can be set exactly with a small screwdriver on rotary switches at the front side. The builtin relay switches resistive loads unipolar up to 250 VAC, 3 A. As a rule, separate contactors or relays should be controlled with a HW 17. The wiring can be made via pluggable terminal screws, which is very convenient. For service purposes, the complete control unit can be pulled out of the casing without dismounting.
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