KLIXON 7AM PDF

Current flows through your lead connection into the can crimp terminal, through the can member, bimetal disc, and mating contacts. The current completes its path by exiting through the plate member and the integral plate crimp terminal to your lead connection. As the temperature rises, the heat is transferred to the bimetal disc. The disc then snaps open at the factory-calibrated opening temperature, thus breaking the current path. Different Bi-metals are incorporated to achieve various performance characteristics.

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Current flows through your lead connection into the can crimp terminal, through the can member, bimetal disc, and mating contacts. The current completes its path by exiting through the plate member and the integral plate crimp terminal to your lead connection. As the temperature rises, the heat is transferred to the bimetal disc.

The disc then snaps open at the factory-calibrated opening temperature, thus breaking the current path. Different Bi-metals are incorporated to achieve various performance characteristics. Use these curves to determine which Bi-Metal may trip in the manner required for your application.

Standard lead size is 18AWG. In order to achieve optimum heat transfer from the protected medium or ambient to the thermostat, the 7AM has been designed with the case connected to the bimetallic disc. This feature makes it necessary to electrically insulate the 7AM from the mounting surface.

Typically, this is accomplished with a Mylar sleeve marked with the part number. Custom markings and other sleeve materials can also be provided. The Klixon 7AM thermal protector prevents overheating in a variety of consumer, industrial and commercial products.

It is a miniature, snap-acting, thermally operated device that is a proven performer in protection technology. It is the right choice for ap- plications where available space is at a premium. Thermtrol can provide these units with a variety of leads, terminations and insulating sleeves to meet specific require- ments, including nickel strip leads for NI-CAD battery packs.

Type B, Axial Lead Configuration. The bimetal disc snaps closed when the reset temperature level is achieved. Bi-metal Options 7AM performance is dependent upon the applied current, as well as temperature. Sleeving In order to achieve optimum heat transfer from the protected medium or ambient to the thermostat, the 7AM has been designed with the case connected to the bimetallic disc.

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Standard Opening Temperature Opening Temp. Lead Wire Configurations State-of-the-art automated lead processing can produce lead wires to meet customer application needs for overall length, terminated connectors and stripped length requirements! Sleeving In order to achieve optimum heat transfer from the protected medium or ambient to the thermostat, the 7AM has been designed with the case connected to the bimetallic disc. However, this features also makes it necessary to electrically insulate the 7AM from the mounting surface. Typically, this is accomplished with a Mylar sleeve available in 0. Custom markings and other sleeve materials can also be provided.

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Product Contacts:. By Brand:. By Type:. Investor Relations:. Press Room:. Quality Each 7AM rating has a bimetal disc designed and manufactured for that specific temperature rating. Each individual device is then calibrated and checked for opening temperature.

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