FAN HEATER WITH THERMOSTAT
125 W – 800 W
Our FLH-TF Series of Fan Heaters with Thermostat follow a traditional design proven to provide heat to enclosures. These heaters are designed to protect electronics from low temperatures and moisture caused by high humidity or rapid temperature changes. Available in 4 models. Housing: Aluminum metal
Unit can be direct mounted within the enclosure without the need for DIN rails.
Precise Temperature Control
Easy to read built in thermostat allows our heater to be set without tools to the precise temperature required.
Integrated Fan Switch
Allows circulating fan to run continuous or only when the unit is actively heating.
Best Temperature Guaranteed
Used predominantly for the avoidance of excessively low temperatures or excessively high humidity in the control cabinet.
Standard performance ratings from 125 to 800 Watts ensure that the units will be compatible with common heater requirements.
Heaters are UL Recognized to NITW2 and NITW8 standards allowing for easy integration into UL 508A panels.
Technical Data Overview
|MODEL NUMBER||PART NUMBER||HEATING PERFORMANCE (W)*||FREQUENCY |
|POWER CONSUMPTION |
|AIRFLOW VOLUME CFM |
|*Heating Performance (Ta = +68 °F / +20 °C)|
|FLH-TF 125 / FLH-TF 200||FLH-TF 400 / FLH-TF 800|
|SYSTEM OF PROTECTION||IP 20|
|SETTING RANGE||-4 … +104 °F / -20 … +40 °C|
|OPERATING TEMPERATURE||-40 … +158 °F / -40 … +70 °C|
|W x D x H in (mm)||4 (102) x 5.375 (137) x 5.5 (140)||4 (102) x 5.375 (137) x 7.5 (191)|
|WEIGHT (kg)||2.2 (1.0)||3.0 (1.4)|
|TYPE OF MOUNTING||Unit can be direct mounted within the enclosure without the need for DIN rails|
Subject to technical amendments and misprints.
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