The D21-PS electronic controller has been designed to take full advantage of our patented Air-Flow Sensor which modulates the heater’s capacity according to the quantity of air flowing through the heater by responding to the radiant heat of the elements even at very low CFMs. With normal airflow the controller will operate at full power. When the airflow drops below the minimum airflow, the controller will still operate but at reduced power. It will also safely shut down the heater in case of a total loss of airflow. D21-PS controllers may be used to drive up to 4 SSRs. The maximum load is limited to the capacity of the Solid State Relays. In cases with smaller loads, consider the D21-P with a single output and the D22-P equipped with two outputs effectively doubling the capacity of the D21-P. The ‘P’ versions of controllers such as D21-P, D22-P and D21-PS operate with an input signal of 0 - 10 VDC or AC/DC pulse. It is also possible to adapt the wiring to use a simple ON/OFF contact to turn the controller full on and off. To switch the input between 0-10 VDC and AC/DC pulse, simply remove and replace the jumper according to the label.
This thermostat can be used as a 1 or 2-stage duct stat with the DS600 sensor.Learn More
Pilot lights are mounted on the control box to indicate that either a function of the heater is operating or a failure condition is present. The most commonly specified pilot lights functions are: power on, heating on, no airflow, overheating, stages on. The pilot lights' functio...Learn More
A pressure differential switch is used to prevent a heater from operating if there is no airflow across the heating elements. The switch is provided with a pitot tube to be installed into the duct, which makes it sensitive to velocity pressure as well as to static pressure. In ap...Learn More
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