Temperature controller RT-2 thermostat

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Temperature controller RT-2 thermostat.

It measures, regulates and stabilizes the temperature wherever there is a need to set a constant temperature.

The following are connected to the thermoregulator: a power cord – 130 cm long and a cable terminated with a sensor, approx. 93 cm long.

The sensor is placed in the selected place, as far as possible from the heat source. The thermoregulator can be connected to heating devices / objects, such as heating cables, heaters, heating mats, heating stones, specialist light bulbs, ceramic heat emitters, infrared heaters, artificial hens and others.

It is important that the power of all devices connected to one thermostat does not exceed 1000W [maximum operating power of the RT – 2 thermoregulator.


The thermoregulator is very easy to use, it is enough to place it close to the place where the constant temperature is to be maintained. Then insert the power cord plug from the heating device, set the desired temperature on the regulator knob and place the temperature sensor in the place where you want to control the heating, but be as far away from the heat source as possible. Finally, put the plug of the thermoregulator power cord into a 230V mains socket. From now on, the regulator will switch heating on and off with an accuracy of about 0.2 ° C. In order to facilitate checking the operation of the control device, it is equipped with a control lamp that signals that the heating devices are turned on.

It is recommended to control the temperature with an additional thermometer.


Breeding rooms
Animal nurseries

Technical data:

Temperature regulation of the RT2 thermostat from 15 ° C to 36 ° C
Temperature maintenance accuracy +/- 0.2 ° C
Scaling accuracy +/- 0.5 ° C
Maximum power (all connected devices) 1000 watts.
Power supply: 230V / 50Hz
Weight: ~ 250g


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