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Suncourt Ductstat Plug-In Thermostat Temperature Sensitive Switch
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Suncourt

Ductstat Plug-In Thermostat Temperature Sensitive Switch

  • Designed to turn on and off when detecting a temperature change
  • 3 adjustable settings for function, trigger point and sensitivity
  • Designed to mount on the duct downstream from an Inductor fan
$21.00 /each

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The Ductstat Plug-In Thermostat Temperature Sensitive Switch is designed to turn on and off when it detects a change in temperature from the ambient. The temperature range is between 40 - 110 Degree F. This thermostat features 3 adjustable settings. It is designed to mount the duct downstream from an Inductor fan. This thermostat also helps control various devices including alarms, heat lamps, dampers, fans and 110-Volt lights.

  • Can be used with Suncourt, in-line duct fan, axial fan or centrifugal fan
  • Helps control various devices including arms, heat lamps, dampers, fans and 110-Volt lights
  • Temperature ranges 40 - 110 Degrees F
  • Rated at 5 Amp maximum load
  • Features a grounded power cord and switched outlet
  • Helps simplify installation of Suncourt inductor fans
  • Tested to ANSI/UL standard 873 and CSA 22.2
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What is the max temp that this can be subjected to

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December 8, 2015
I want to use this on a solor air heater that I have built. When I tested the heater it was putting out 175 degree air with in the first 30 min. of being in full sun.
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Suncourt, the manufacturer, list the top operating temperature as 140F
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The manufacturer, Suncourt, specifies 140F as maximum temp for operating environment.
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December 15, 2015
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The literature says versatility from 40 - 110 degrees F.
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December 11, 2015
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140F
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Is able to turn on when a low temp is reached (pipe warmers when its below freezing)?

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October 5, 2016
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I have not tried the low range yet, on something like that but it will turn on a fan at about 40 degree so I see no reason that it would not work for your application.
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October 3, 2016
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Hello,
I would not use our Ductstat for this application. The Ducstat is designed to operate with conditioned air, not freezing ambient air temps. There are dedicated pipe warmer thermostats that are designed for just your application. If it was my house I would use the correct thermostat for this job.
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October 1, 2016
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Yes, and then it will shut off when the higher temperature is reached.
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Is there a switch included to bypass the thermostat function and operate manually only?

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Yes, one switch setting is a manual OFF-ON
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January 14, 2016
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Yes simply move the switch to the on position.
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There is no specific switch to do that. I guess you could turn the temperature setting all the way down or up, depending on what you are trying to achieve. I am not sure why you would want to use this device if you are planning on bypassing the thermostat function. This is a plug in thermostat device in which you plug in the fan or light or whatever you are trying to control by temperature. If you are Read More
There is no specific switch to do that. I guess you could turn the temperature setting all the way down or up, depending on what you are trying to achieve. I am not sure why you would want to use this device if you are planning on bypassing the thermostat function. This is a plug in thermostat device in which you plug in the fan or light or whatever you are trying to control by temperature. If you are going to operate a fan or light or something manually, just plug that into the electrical outlet and eliminate the "Ductstat". Read Less
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Can this be used with flex duct ?
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July 19, 2016
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No you will need to insert a short piece of rigid duct to mount the DuctStat on.
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This can be used.
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Ductstat Plug-In Thermostat Temperature Sensitive Switch is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 138.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I was looking for a 120v thermostat to use for various test projects, as well as running a heatin... I was looking for a 120v thermostat to use for various test projects, as well as running a heating circulator in my garage when it gets below 40f. In relation to other t-stat options, this unit comes already paired with an outlet and can operate in either heating or cooling mode on the same output (simple = good). The reason I only gave it 4 stars is the unit's slide switch slot didn't exactly line up with the switch, so it wouldn't switch into cooling mode...a little trimming was required to made cooling work. It would also be nice if it had a temperature display to help set the relay closure, though I realize it's intended to be used on a duct in the basement.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great purchase The thermostat works as well as I had hoped that it would. Figured on paying three times what I played for it. Use it in my wood stove room and the thermostat turns on a plug in blower when the temp gets up there where I have it set, and pushes the warm air throughout my home. Thanks for a good product at a good price
Date published: 2016-10-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from DO NOT BUY!!! I should have read all of the reviews before ordering as a companion item to my 6i... DO NOT BUY!!! I should have read all of the reviews before ordering as a companion item to my 6inch inline fan during my checkout. I installed this switch to the specifications (sensor hole lines up perfectly) and the unit fails to turn off the fan plugged in the outlet on the front of the unit regardless of how I adjust any of the settings. To remedy, I went back to Home Depot and purchased (for $9.00) a heavy duty timer that shuts off the inline fan at 8am and turns it back on at 5pm when the heat/AC is scheduled to turn back on and supply more heating/cooling to the room that is furthest away from the furnace.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great little switch for the price Can't beat it for the price. Easy to mount with just 4 screws and a hole for the air to pass through to the sensor. Has a switch for either a 3 or 7 degree differential to start and stop the fan. Also has a variable control to set the "On" point of the fan...switchable to work with hot or cold air. Overall great idea. Remember, you need to screw this directly to the duct work that you are using to sense the temperature change. Will work on flat or round ducting. I used this to exhaust hot air coming off of the back of a wine room chiller and it works great...allowed me to pull the hot air from the back of the chiller without modifying the chiller. Had to do this because the chiller is in a closet and would heat up the closet, if the hot air wasn't removed, causing the chiller to be inefficient.
Date published: 2016-09-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Handy, but short lived. I installed one of these in a small closet which houses several pieces of electronic equipment. The closet is vented to the attic with a small in-duct fan controlled by this thermostatic switch. The setup works very well at keeping my equipment at a safe working temperature. Unfortunately I had to replace the first switch after about three summers when it recently died. This replacement switch seems to be a slightly re-designed so I am hoping for a longer service life this time around.
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing product! We combined this with a duct fan, so this contraption causes the fan to only tu... Amazing product! We combined this with a duct fan, so this contraption causes the fan to only turn on when it senses heat in the duct. This has solved our age-old problem of one room in our house being consistently colder than the rest. The duct to that room, which was always sluggish and didn't adequately heat the space, is now pushing out enough heat to make the room toasty. According to my husband, it was a snap to install, too.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to install and great energy savings I don't think anyone uses these for what they're supposed to be used for. When we first got our parrots (in an outdoor aviary) we set up some heat lamps to keep them warm during winter... but, of course, our power bill shot right up as soon as we plugged everything in. We first tried using timers set to come on in the evening, but the lamps would sometimes turn on when it was still warm outside and not come on during cold snaps. These thermostats solved the problem right away and paid for themselves after the first winter in terms of energy savings. As a bonus, we can just flip the settings in the summer and use them to turn on fans on hot days. My only complaint is that the fuses are only rated for 5 amps, so we had to get a few. Also, they are not that rugged... but for the price they are easy enough to replace (we've had to replace two after a couple of years). Great buy though.
Date published: 2016-10-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not exactly as I expected. If you are looking for a thermostat with a readable dial, look for ano... Not exactly as I expected. If you are looking for a thermostat with a readable dial, look for another. The word "thermostat" in the title is a bit misleading (although technically correct). It is a temperature sensitive switch which you can set to turn on or off within 3 or 7 degrees of the ambient air temperature where you place it.. Perhaps I didn't read thoroughly enough.
Date published: 2016-11-02
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