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Heavy Duty Non-Indicating Fixed Temperature Switch

Non-Indicating Temperature Controllers (used as a Remote Control Thermostat)


Item# CCD101N-200

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1-9 $43.49
10-24 $41.32
25-49 $40.45
50-99 $38.71
100-199 $37.84
200+ $36.97

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Non-Indicating Temperature Controllers (used as a Remote Control Thermostat) CCD101N-200 CCD101N-200
  • Low Cost
  • Heavy Duty Switch
  • Only 30 mm (1.2") Tall

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Product Specs

The CCD Temperature Controller is used as a remote control thermostat for individual circuits requiring a weatherproof device.

The OMEGALUX™ CCD100N SPST Thermostat uses a temperature-sensitive bi-metal disc in an epoxy-sealed housing. Upon reaching the non-adjustable calibrated setpoint, the disc activates a plunger, causing the heavy duty switch contacts to open.
The CCD100N is normally used as an across-the-line switch, but may be used to operate contactor coils and other similar devices.

The CCD101N is an SPDT Thermostat with the same features as the CCD100N, except that it has an additional pole which can be used to operate external alarm devices or as a limit controller in conjunction with other CCD Series thermostats.

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Will this switch work at much lower voltages and currents? Like 5V and 1A?

Asked by: ScottM
The switch will open and close based on temperature and will allow Voltage up to 277 Volts and Amperage up to 25 AMPS to be controlled.
Answered by: Applications Engineer AB
Date published: 2021-07-09

For a CCD101N-060, the 060 called the temperature range. Is it in Celsius or Fahrenheit?

Asked by: Luc060
It would be in degrees Fahrenheit.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-11-02

Does this switch have UL or CSA certification?

Asked by: KDSH
Thank you for your inquiry. This product does not carry any UL or CSA certification.
Answered by: Application Engineer JB
Date published: 2020-10-28
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