|Type||Conduit/Unit Mount (Hydronic Application)|
|Transformer Primary (V)||120|
|Transformer Secondary (V)||24|
|Resistive Amps @ 120V||10|
|Full Load Amps @ 120V||7.4|
|Locked Rotor Amps @ 120V||44.4|
|Resistive Amps @ 240V||6|
|Full Load Amps @ 240VAC||3.7|
|Locked Rotor Amps @ 240V||22.2|
|Application||Provide intermediate DPST switching of a line voltage device from a low voltage controller.|
|Includes||Integral transformer, enclosure|
|Dimensions (in.)||5 1/4 in. high x 4 1/4 in. wide x 2 5/16 in. deep|
|Dimensions (mm)||133 mm high x 108 mm wide x 59 mm deep|
|Electrical Ratings||Maximum Input-5.0 W|
|Frequency||50 Hz; 60 Hz|
|Approvals, Underwriters Laboratories Inc||Listed: File No. E4436, Guide No. XAPX|
|Approvals, CSA||Certified: File No. LR1620|
- Magnetic and Transformer Combination Relays
- Install in any position. Snap-acting for remote control of air conditioning, heating, and ventilation systems, and to control fans, blowers, motors (up to 1-1/2 HP), tools, and other electrical devices within ratings.
- Transformer Combination
- 120V primary, except 2E346 is 240V and 2E857 has enclosed relay. 2E346 features conduit hub or screw mounting.
Average Product Rating: 3based on 1 reviews
LoudWednesday, November 02, 2011
I replaced two older Honywell units that had wires that were starting to corrode. They worked silently and obviously had better built transformers in them. These replacements warn about humming and to isolate them from a wall mount which I did but they still have an aggravating hum when energized. They cheapened them up too much.