TCI offers two models of Thermostatic Control Switches that are designed for use with electric fans. Both types of thermostatic control switches come complete with installation hardware and instructions.
The adjustable control switch can be set by the user to activate the fan when temperatures range from 140 to 200 degrees Fahrenheit. The adjustable control switch can also be wired to automatically operate the fan when running the air conditioning system.
The preset control switch is designed to for racing applications and will activate a fan at 185 degrees Fahrenheit and turn it off when the temperature drops below 170 degrees Fahrenheit.
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