The thermal protector can be called a temperature control switch or a thermostat or a thermal protection switch or a temperature switch.
The thermal protector is structurally and functionally integrated with the motor to form a thermal dynamic system. The motor as a heater affects the heat and cooling rate of the protector. The reliability and performance of the thermal protector should be tested in the motor.
The requirements of this standard apply to a single motor or a motor and thermal protector in a series of motors.
When using a thermal protector, you must first determine whether the thermal protector is self-resetting or non-resetting. Generally speaking, unless the motor restarts accidentally, which may cause danger or user injury, you can use the self-resetting type. heat protector. Application examples that require the use of non-self-resetting protectors include: fuel-based motors, waste food processors, conveyor belts, etc. Application examples that require the use of self-resetting thermal protectors are refrigerators, electric washing machines, electric clothes dryers, fans, pumps, etc.