Motor thermistor relays

DTA7 Series of motor thermistor relays are capable of monitoring the temperature of up to six motors.

09/01/2016


DTA7 Series of motor thermistor relays are capable of monitoring the temperature of up to six motors. Courtesy: Carlo GavazziCarlo Gavazzi's DTA7 Series of motor thermistor relays are capable of monitoring the temperature of up to six motors. Some additional features of DTA 7 include universal power supply and a bi-color LED, which provides diagnostics through different colors and blinking statuses. One or two output versions are available to facilitate control of the motors, with two output devices having the ability to control other auxiliary devices, such as an alarm indicator lamp, PC or PLC. The DTA7 Series are suited for applications such as pumping stations in water treatment, conveyors in materials handling, and chillers in HVAC systems.

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