Ignition controls

Use a single ignition control for gas-fired appliances intended for use in cooking equipment, HVAC, boilers, and infrared heaters applications with the 35-6X series of gas ignition controls from Fenwal Controls. The microprocessor-based direct spark controls include a 35-63 intermittent pilot version, a basic 35-60, and a 35-61 with an on-board combustion blower relay.

11/01/2008


Use a single ignition control for gas-fired appliances intended for use in cooking equipment, HVAC, boilers, and infrared heaters applications with the 35-6X series of gas ignition controls from Fenwal Controls. The microprocessor-based direct spark controls include a 35-63 intermittent pilot version, a basic 35-60, and a 35-61 with an on-board combustion blower relay. Configurable to specific purge and trial-for-ignition timings required for application, the controls feature a system diagnostic LED and flame sense test pins.

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