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S01 100℃ Curtain Motor Thermal Protector

S01 Button type is snap action and bimetallic thermostat, Bimetal trips off or on quickly to open or close the circuit when temperature reaches the prescribed value.

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Introducing the 110℃ Thermal Motor Protector, the cutting-edge solution for safeguarding your valuable motors from overheating and potential damage. Designed with precision and reliability in mind, this thermal protector offers advanced temperature sensing technology to ensure optimal performance and longevity for your motors

The 110℃ Thermal Motor Protector is engineered to activate when the motor reaches a critical temperature threshold, typically set at 110 degrees Celsius (230 degrees Fahrenheit). This proactive mechanism instantly triggers a protective response, interrupting the electrical circuit and preventing further temperature rise. By effectively cutting off power, it prevents motor burnout, coil damage, and other potential hazards caused by excessive heat.

Crafted with the highest quality materials, the 110℃ Thermal Motor Protector offers exceptional durability and resilience. Its compact and lightweight design allows for easy integration into various motor systems, ensuring seamless compatibility with a wide range of applications. Whether you’re protecting motors in industrial machinery, appliances, automotive components, or electronic devices, this thermal protector is up to the task.

Installation is straightforward, thanks to its user-friendly design. Simply connect the 110℃ Thermal Motor Protector into the electrical circuit of your motor, and it’s ready to safeguard against overheating. The protector’s reliable and precise temperature sensing ensures prompt and accurate response, providing effective protection when you need it most.

With the 110℃ Thermal Motor Protector, you can enjoy enhanced motor performance and reliability. By mitigating the risk of overheating, it helps extend the lifespan of your motors and reduces the need for costly repairs or replacements. Whether you’re a professional in the industrial sector or a DIY enthusiast, this protector is an invaluable addition to your motor protection arsenal.

Invest in the 110℃ Thermal Motor Protector today and experience the peace of mind that comes with superior motor temperature control. Protect your motors from overheating and ensure their optimal functionality and durability. Don’t compromise on safety or performance—choose the 110℃ Thermal Motor Protector and take control of your motor’s temperature protection.

Special Features

* Small size and easy for mounting;

* Low current sensitivity, no large temperature difference due to over current;

* Precise temperature control.

Electrical Specifications

250V AC : 3A

125V AC : 6A

24V DC: 6A

Contact Resistance: <30mΩ

Dielectric Strength: 2KV

Technical Parameters


Operating Temperature 60~220℃, A specification for each 5℃
Operating Temperature Tolerance ±5℃
Reset Temperature Less than 1/3 of operating temperature
Reset Temperature Tolerance ±15℃





Curtain Motor

Washing Machine Motor




TUV:R 50383352 0001


Dimensional Drawings



Series Application





1. What’s the difference between creep action thermostat and snap action thermostat?

According to the action type of contacts, the bimetal thermostat can be divided into creep action and snap action thermostat. General speaking, creep action thermostat can only be used for heating pad or cushion. Our WAA2 series thermostat belongs to creep action type.The function of creep action thermostat is for temperature adjustment, not for heating or over temperature protection. Only USA and Canada accept this kind of temperature controlling device. In Europe,creep action thermostat is not allowed to use. On the contrary, most of bimetal thermostats are snap action. The main purpose is over heat protection. Our KW model is snap action.

2. Why are there two current parameters for current sensing thermal protector?

It is a confusing question for some engineers. Actually, for current sensing thermal protectors, there are two current parameters. One is rated current. It is the nominal working current. The other one is tripping off current, also called over-loading current.

For the rated current, for examples, 3A or 5A, it means that the thermal protector can not trip off under this current. It would only cut the circuit off when temperature reaches the pre-set value.

But for the tripping off current, it means that the thermal protector has to trip off very quickly, like 4 to 10 seconds under this current. It is for overload protection purpose. General speaking, the tripping off current is around triple or 4 times of rated current. For example, if the rated current is 3A, the tripping off current should be set at 9A to 15A. It is only a rough estimation. The accurate value depends on the technical requirements of mock-up test and application.

3. What’s your smallest size of thermal switch?

For some applications that have special demands for mounting space, the size of thermal switch would be extremely important. For example, battery pack, small motor and heating tube. They have no enough room to mount a thermal switch with bigger size. We now have two models with smallest size.

1. TS05, thickness 2mm only. It is now widely used for battery overheat protection and heating tube temperature control. This super thin thickness can make it insert into the batteries or heating tubes easily. The conductive leads can be wire or nickel strip.

2. S01 series. It is 8mm diameter and 2.6mm thick, even smaller than a cell battery. It is used for PCB mounting. S01 with lead wire is used in small coil, transformer, heating tube or motor. The max temperature can be 220C.




Contact Information

Company Name: Yangzhou Wuyue Electric Co.,Ltd

Address:Building D, Software Information Industrial Park, No.2 Huaijiang Avenue, Baoying County, Jiangsu Province, China

Contact: Lorena Qiao

Mobile: +86 153 6641 6606 / 189 2191 2633

Tel: +86 514 88986588

Fax:+86 514 8898 6599