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looking for CS7 Thermostat

Discussion in 'Datasheets, Manuals and Component Identification' started by MECKERT, May 14, 2015.

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    May 14, 2015
    I'm looking for a Clinac (normally closed) thermostat in my
    cofee maker. The marking is "Clinac CS-7S 145 1277".
    Is it correct to deduce that it opens at 145°C approx.? I
    found approaching things, but nowhere found the 1277 marking. What doet it mean ?
    And how to test if it opens correctly ?
  2. poor mystic

    poor mystic

    Apr 8, 2011
    Re: "Is it correct to deduce that it opens at 145°C approx.?"

    A teacher of logic would say that it is fundamentally incorrect to deduce any such thing!
    Please excuse any irony in my reply. Errors in characterising electronic components can be fatal - even literally so if bad design is also a factor.

    I used google. I used this keyphrase: "Clinac CS-7S 145 1277".
    The first result was a link to the manufacturer's data sheet.

    To test such a component, I would find some way to suspend it in open air while it is connected to a continuity tester. I would play a hot air gun from about half a meter and watch the tester... come a little closer and again give it time to warm up,,, and keep coming closer until I either get a good result or become disgusted.
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