Selco Potentiometer Knob, Black, For Use With Thermostats

  • RS Stock No. 111-7096
  • Mfr. Part No. CAP-75-140-KNOB
  • Brand Selco
Technical Reference
Legislation and Compliance
Non Compliant
COO (Country of Origin): JP
Product Details

CAP Series Bulb & Capillary Thermostats

The CAP series from Selco is a dynamic range of bulb and capillary thermostats which feature a fluid filled bulb. The ceramic thermostats have a compact design and have been created to work in a variety of different applications including food service equipment, test systems and heaters to name just a few.

Temperature range from 0ºC to 400ºC
20 Amps capacity
UL recognised

Specifications
Attribute Value
Body Colour Black
For Use With Thermostats
Available to back order for despatch 01/10/2019
Price Each (In a Pack of 50)
£ 1.019
(exc. VAT)
£ 1.223
(inc. VAT)
Units
Per unit
Per Pack*
50 +
£1.019
£50.95
*price indicative
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