Marley WR651 Berko® Qmark® Line Voltage Thermostat; 120/240/277 Volt, 22 Amp At 120/240 Volt, 18 Amp At 277 Volt, White

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Vendor: Marley
Cat #: WR651
Part #: 165379
SKU: 140809
UPC #: 098319408501

Product Details

Extra-sensitive element in control knob senses radiant heat as well as air temperature for ultimate control. May cause slight radio or television interference in outlying fringe areas

Marley Berko® Qmark® Line voltage thermostat in white color features a creep hydraulic action for easy operation. It operates in the temperature range of 40 to 85 deg F. It has a current rating of 22 Amps at 120/240 Volts and 18 Amps at 277 Volts. Thermostat has an extra-sensitive element in the control knob to sense radiant heat as well as air temperature for total control. Thermostat is UL listed and CSA certified.

Product Specifications

Amperage 22 A @ 120/240 V, 18 A @ 277 V
Amperage Rating 22 Amp at 120/240 Volt, 18 Amp at 277 Volt
Catalog Description BERKO/QMARK SPST Creep Action Line Voltage Thermostat w/ Heat Ant. rated 22 amps @ 120-240V, 18 amps @ 277V
Catalog Number WR651
Color White
Commodity Code 4300
Country of Origin USA
GTIN 00098319408501
Gross Weight 1.000
In Stock Yes
Invoice Description English SPST Creep Action Line Voltage Thermostat w/ Heat Ant. rated 22 amps @ 120-240V, 18 amps @ 277V
Item Thermostat
Mfr/Vendor Marley
Product Type Thermostat
Select Code FANS/HEATING/VENTING
ShortDescriptionStripped Marley-WR651-Berko-Qmark-Line-Voltage-Thermostat
Sub Brand Berko®, Qmark®
Switch Type Spst
Temperature Rating 40 to 85 deg F
Type Line Voltage
UPC 098319408501
Voltage Rating 120/240/277 Volt
description MLY WR651 SPST Creep Action Line Vo
feature#1 Extra-sensitive element in control knob senses radiant heat as well as air temperature for ultimate control. May cause slight radio or television interference in outlying fringe areas

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