TPI Corporation S2022H10AA 2000 Line Voltage Thermostat

    By TPI Corporation | Mfr#: S2022H10AA | Tiger#: TS62517
    • TPI 2000 Series Line Voltage Thermostat TPIS2022H10AB-
    • TPI 2000 Series Line Voltage Thermostat, White TPIS2022H10AB-

    Highlights

    • Choice of pole setting, amp & color
    • Wall-mounted temperature regulator
    • Rating: 120 - 277 V
    • Compatible with 120/240 V electric baseboards and heaters
    • Heating operation only
    • Temperature range: 50 to 90 °F
    • Wire lead connection
    • RoHS2 directive compliant
    More Product Details What's Included
    List Price: $57.00
    $43.16
    You Save: $13.84 - 24%
    • Product Options
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    Ships Out Within: 14 - 21 Business Days

    Overview for TPI Corporation S2022H10AA 2000 Line Voltage Thermostat

    The TPI 2000 Series Line Voltage Thermostat is a wall-mounted temperature regulator that is great for most indoor applications. It offers a rating from 120 to 277 volts which is compatible with 120 / 240-volt electric baseboards and heaters. The 2000 Series thermostat controls and regulates heating operation only.

    The 2000 Series line voltage thermostat operates on a temperature range within 50 to 90 °F (10 to 32 °C). It also comes with a wire lead connection that provides a safe electrical link. As an extra feature, the 2000 Series is RoHS2 directive compliant for added security from hazardous substances.

    Configuration Options

    The TPI 2000 Series Line Voltage Thermostat offers varying pole settings, amperage, and color that suit your power regulation needs. Please select your desired choice from the menus above.

    • D2022H10BB: Double-Pole, 22 Amp Thermostat, Ivory
    • D2022H10BA: Double-Pole, 22 Amp Thermostat, White
    • D2025H10BA: Double-Pole, 25 Amp Thermostat, White
    • S2022H10AB: Single-Pole, 22 Amp Thermostat, Ivory
    • S2022H10AA: Single-Pole, 22 Amp Thermostat, White
    • S2025H10AA: Single-Pole, 25 Amp Thermostat, White

    Please Note: Double-Pole Thermostats include a positive off which prevents the switch from being closed when the variable control means of the thermostat is set to its extreme or "off" position.