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5step Transformer fan speed controller ST2R1130L25 with day/week calender functi

Fan speed controller with calendar function - 13 A


Product description

This is a transformer fan speed controller with calendar function. It controls single-phase voltage controllable motors with a maximum current of 13 A. The AC fan speed is regulated by varying the motor voltage in steps. Two optimal motor speeds can be selected. The timer with day-week program, can switch between them. The TK monitoring function deactivates the motor in case of overheating. After a power failure, the motor wil automatically restart. The enclosure allows surface mounting in indoor environments (IP54).


Article code ST2R1130L25
Category Motor control with day-week timer
Available
Current stock 1 U.
Factory lead time 4 Week(s)
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Additional specifications and description


-Keyboard interface + ON/OFF via external switch
-thermal motor protection (TK) input
-NC/NO contacts
-alarm input
-auto restart after power failure in automatic mode
-real time clock with calendar function (day/week)
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Local fan speed control - 2 optimal speeds - AC motor 13 A

This solution controls single-phase motors. The maximum motor current is 13 A. Typically, it regulates fan speed in HVAC applications. Two optimal motor speeds can be selected. The timer with day-week program can switch between them. The TK monitoring function deactivates the motor in case of overheating. The fan will automatically restart after a power faillure.

Temperature control - AC voltage controllable motor

This solution controls single-phase motors. The maximum motor current is 13 A. Typically, it regulates fan speed in HVAC applications. Two optimal motor speeds can be selected. The IMRT thermostat will activate the high speed in case the temperature setpoint is exceeded. The TK monitoring function deactivates the motor in case of overheating. The fan will automatically restart after a power faillure.