Item No. 1102-1011-0112-020
EAN 4 251325 616940

Electronic frost protection thermostat/ frost monitor THERMASREG® FS with continuous and switching output, fully-active copper sensor rod, with additional control input 0 - 10 V and summation output 0 - 10 V. The frost sensor is used to monitor air conditioning systems, heat exchangers, heating registers and similar equipment to prevent frost damage and freezing up. Falling below the limit value at the coldest measuring point of the capillary tube is detected.
In case of capillary breakage, power failure, or electrical damage to at the device, the relay in the frost monitor automatically switches to frost.
MK-05-K mounting clamps are included in the scope of delivery.

258,68 € net
Voltage supply 24 V AC/ DC
Load resistance RL > 5 kOhm
Switch-on ⁄ start-up time < 1 min
Response time t90 < 5 s
Output 1 x 0 -10 V (equivalent to 0...+15 °C)
1 x 0 -10 V summation output (frost signal and control voltage)
1 x potential-free changeover contact (24 V),
setting range 0...+15 °C
Measuring range 0...+15 °C
Accuracy typically ± 1 K (at +10 °C)
Ambient temperature (Housing) –15...+50 °C
Process connection by mounting clamps MK- 05 - K
(included in the scope of delivery)
Electrical connection 0.14 - 1.5 mm² via terminal screws
Housing plastic, UV-stabilised,
material polyamide, 30 % glass-globe reinforced,
with quick-locking screws
(slotted/ Phillips head - combination),
colour traffic white (similar to RAL 9016)
Housing dimensions 126 x 90 x 50 mm (Tyr 2)
Cable gland M 16 x 1.5, including strain relief, exchangeable,
max. inner diameter 10.4 mm
Sensor and capillary copper, active over the entire sensor length, min. 25 cm
Temperature (Sensor and capillary) –20...+60 °C
(capillary tube at a distance > 20 cm away from housing)
Hysteresis of switching step 2K
Permissible air humidity < 95 % r. H., non-precipitating air
Protection class III (according to EN 60 730)
Protection type IP 65 (according to EN 60 529)
Standards CE conformity,
electromagnetic compatibility according to EN 61326,
according to EMC Directive 2014/ 30/ EU