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Seifert 801125A44001 125W 230V Control Cabinet Heater

Seifert KH 800-125, 230V Control Cabinet Heater
Seifert 801125A44001 125W 230V Control Cabinet Heater


 
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Our Price: $189.04
MFG P/N: 801125A44001
MFG: Seifert
Weight (lbs): 1.76

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This Seifert KH 800-125 is a 125W, 230V electric enclosure heater. It features an aluminum housing and has a built in thermostat. The heater has a fan with two settings to control when the fan operates, and a pilot light to let you know when the heater is on. The thermostat can be set according to Celsius or Fahrenheit temperatures. It has a lightweight, low maintenance design and is made to be panel mounted.

  • Built in thermostat
  • Automatic or always-on fan setting
  • Panel mounted
  • Lightweight
  • Low maintenance
  • Indicator light shows when heater is on
  • Disperses warm air inside cabinet
  • Temperatures in Celsius & Fahrenheit

Specifications

  • Housing Material- Aluminum
  • Heating Power at 10 C- 125 W
  • Operating Temperature Range- -4 F to +104 F (-20 C to 40 C)
  • Dimensions- 5.39 x 4.09 x 4.61 in.
  • Rated Voltage- 230 VAC @ 50 / 60 Hz
  • Rated Current- 0.7 A
  • Approx. Fan Airflow- 15.89 cfm
  • Fuse Rating- 2 A (T)
  • Approvals- CE, C UR US

Seifert KH 800-125 Cabinet Heater Downloads

User Manual

Seifert 230V Control Cabinet Heater

Additional Product Information
When the internal temperature of a cabinet fluctuates, particularly in outside applications, humidity and condensation can build-up inside. The excess moisture can lead to equipment damage or a performance failure. Through the use of the Seifert 801125A44001 electric heater, warmer air can be dispersed evenly on the inside, reducing the risk. This unit is intended to be installed inside the enclosure and away from exposure to dust or water.

Depending on your preferences, the heater's fan can be set to run continuously whether the heater is on or not, or it can be controlled by the thermostat along with the heater. It takes in the cooler air from the bottom of the unit, while releasing warmer air through the top. The thermostat controls when the heater comes on, and has an adjustable range from -4 F to 104 F. As a safety feature, the heater also has an auto-reset over-temperature thermostat that will shut the heater off if the outlet temperature gets too high. This can occur if the fan fails to operate or if the airflow is restricted.