Subzero SZ-7524P Digital Temperature Controller


Subzero SZ-7524P Digital Temperature Controllers are aesthetically superior versions of their predecessors. The SZ 7515/25-P is a single setpoint controller with a buzzer. The 7520/25-Pis a defrost controller and 7529-Pis also a defrost controller with an inbuilt power relay that can drive compressor loads directly up to 20Amps, thereby eliminates contractor in single-phase applications.

Applications: Temperature & process indication, Plastics molding/extrusion temperature monitoring, Heat treatment – furnace temperature monitoring, Chillers, Water heating boilers, Oven Control, Pressure/ Level/ Flow Monitoring.

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Product Description

Subzero SZ-7524P Digital Temperature Controller is specifically designed for refrigeration applications wherein the compressor cuts off at a set point and is restarted at a temperature of setpoint plus differential.

Features of Subzero SZ-7524P Digital Temperature Controller :

  • 2 NTC probes for cold room temp. + Evap. coil temperature.
  • Range: -40.0 C to 50.0 C.
  • Relay outputs : Compressor + Defrost + Evap. Fan.
  • Compressor protection algorithm.
  • Auto/Man defrosting facility (Time/Temp based).
  • Buzzer Output.

Additional Information

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Measuring Parameters Temperature
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature

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