Average Rating: 5
|Type||Constant Differential Control|
|Switch Action||Close on Rise|
|Control Range (F)||32 to 42|
|Constant Differential (F)||6|
|Cold On||Degrees F38|
|Cold Off||32 Degrees F|
|Warm On||61 Degrees F|
|Capillary Length (In.)||84|
|Locked Rotor Amps||80/80/60|
|Full Load Amps||20/20/16|
|Pilot Duty Contacts (VA)||240|
|Includes||Break-off Shaft, Dial Knob and Mounting Bracket for Fast, Easy Installation|
Refrigeration ControlsNos. 3XL05 and 3XL06 provide off-cycle defrost. Generally used in systems without hot gas or electric defrost. 3XL11 terminates defrost and delays the evaporator fan operation on electric heat, hot gas, and reverse cycle commercial refrigeration systems.
Average Product Rating: 5based on 1 reviews
ThermostatTuesday, July 12, 2011
I installed this in place of the 100 dollar unit that some on-line places are selling for vintage appliances as my old stat was freezing everything. This new stat fit my '49 Frigidaire with minor modifications to the mounting structure and major work to the OEM knob. I hope that is noted when you pay less than 50% for an almost identical branded item... After about two hours, I finished installation and applied power. The unit worked as expected and the dial numbers line up as the original did. In other words, off points to off and 7 points to 7 when fully cranked cold. For those of you worried about compressor short-cycling (open the door and the compressor starts): I allowed the unit to run with no door and the control at minimum cold until the compressor cycled off. By the time the thermostat called for cooling again, enough time had passed for the compressor to successfully restart. My compressor is from 1972 and still uses a mechanical relay instead of a PTC. Long story short, this control does what it should do. It does not start the compressor as soon as the door is open, nor does it short-cycle when it does start the compressor.
USA company, Price, Size, Perfect temprature range. Hope this lasts 50 years...
That stock photo shows you getting more stuff (adaptors) than you really get!