Our overload protectors include circuit breaker switches and thermostats.
Circuit breaker switch is designed to protect electrical circuit from damage caused by excess current. The circuit breaker switch’s basic function is to interrupt current flow after a fault is detected.
Our ST-1 and ST-2 series Push Button type circuit breaker switches with M10 Panel Mounting Hole size, The current ranges from 3A to 60A. Waterproof rubber caps are available for them.
Our ST-001 series Rocker type circuit breaker switch is widely used on power extension sockets, it can not only control the socket ON/OFF like a rocker switch, but also protect the circuit. This switch can be Short Terminals or Long Terminals, with LED illuminated or Non-illuminated.
Thermostat is designed to protect electrical circuit from damage caused by excess temperature. There is a bimetal disc inside the thermostat,The bimetal disc will snap action under the change of sensing temperature. The snap action of disc can push the action of the contacts through the inside structure, and then caused the circuit ON/OFF finally.
Circuit breaker switches and TLRS-9700(KSD9700) Thermostats are Manual Reset type. KSD301 thermostats can be Manual Reset or Auto Reset.
Circuit BreakerCircuit breakers protect the wire in electrical circuits. Daier broad selection of magnetic and thermal circuit breakers include a vast selection of main and branch circuit protection devices. Their robust design makes them ideal for marine and vehicle AC & DC electrical systems. These miniature circuit breakers use a push-button actuator to manually on and off the breaker. These pushbutton circuit breakers interrupt current overloads and mount on the front panel of equipment. They are typically used in simple systems without separate switchboards or enclosures. Such as power supplies, medical equipment, control panels and telecommunications equipment to prevent damage from overcurrent and short circuits.
Thermal CutoffA thermal cutoff is an electrical safety device (either a thermal fuse or a thermal switch)—a device designed to keep components safe in situations when an excessive temperature occurs. When the rated operating temperature of the thermal cutoff is exceeded, the device will fail to open in the electrical circuit and cut off the current. These devices may be for one-time use (a thermal fuse) or reset manually or automatically (a thermal switch). A thermal fuse is a cutoff that uses a one-time fusible link. Unlike a thermal switch which may automatically reset itself when the temperature drops, the thermal fuse is more like an electrical fuse: a single-use device that cannot be reset and must be replaced when it fails or is triggered. Thermal fuses are usually found in heat-producing electrical appliances such as coffeemakers and hair dryers. They function as safety devices to disconnect the current to the heating element in case of a malfunction (such as a defective thermostat) that would otherwise allow the temperature to rise to dangerous levels, possibly starting a fire. A thermal switch (sometimes thermal reset or thermal cutout (TCO)) is a device which normally opens at a high temperature (often with a faint "plink" sound) and re-closes when the temperature drops. The thermal switch may be a bimetallic strip, often encased in a tubular glass bulb to protect it from dust or short circuit. Another common design uses a bimetallic shallow dome-shaped cap. Bimetal thermostats use two different kinds of metal to regulate the temperature setting. When one of the metals expands more quickly than the other, it creates a round arc, like a rainbow. As the temperature changes, the metals continue to react differently, operating the thermostat. This opens or closes the contact opener, turning the electricity on or off as needed. Accuracy and efficiency are important for bimetal thermostats. Bimetal Thermostats which regulate the temperature inside heating pads, blankets, and medical pads, are used in any case where the applications need control for a low temperature.