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NESA XFMR Thermoswitch

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The window heat is controlled by Thermistors not thermoswitches so the "temperature" is not the trigger but a resistance value of the thermistor. Each "window" has a code AB, AC cant remember them all, that represents the resistive value of the window; these codes determine how to connect it to your transformer to get the correct operating voltage.  

 

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On 12/22/2018 at 11:10 PM, NATOPS1 said:

The window heat is controlled by Thermistors not thermoswitches so the "temperature" is not the trigger but a resistance value of the thermistor. Each "window" has a code AB, AC cant remember them all, that represents the resistive value of the window; these codes determine how to connect it to your transformer to get the correct operating voltage.  

Munir Abbasi

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O got it guess I should read better... No idea, don't know, never knew or don't remember... I do seem to remember this was a question LONG LONG ago and it is not in our level of pubs.

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On 12/30/2018 at 9:23 PM, NATOPS1 said:

O got it guess I should read better... No idea, don't know, never knew or don't remember... I do seem to remember this was a question LONG LONG ago and it is not in our level of pubs.

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Munir Abbasi

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