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Ruck® PWM control - MTP 50
Ruck® PWM control - MTP 50
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Ruck® PWM control - MTP 50
Ruck® PWM control - MTP 50
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Ruck® PWM control - MTP 50

Article number: 65153133


Brand: Ruck ventilatoren GmbH


  • 28 items in stock
  • 48 units expected on 08-03-2024
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Ruck® PWM control - MTP 50

The Ruck® MTP 50 is a multifunctional potentiometer for Ruck® fans. Multifunctional means that multiple outputs are possible. The ventilation speed of the fan can be adjusted with this potentiometer. The potentiometer MTP 50 is suitable for both surface and recessed mounting. Furthermore, the operation is suitable for ambient temperatures up to 40 °C and the MTP 50 has the protection class IP 44. The switch can easily be connected using the supplied wiring diagram. More technical information about this product can be found in the annex under the "Documents" tab.

Possible outputs

  • 1-10 VDC
  • 2-20 mA
  • 10-100% PWM
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Brand Ruck ventilatoren GmbH
Categorie Potentiometer
GTIN 8719544153746
Manufacturer's item number 153133
Article number 65153133

Specifications

Method of operation Turn button
Protection rating (IP) IP44
Protection rating (IP) IP54
Width 82 mm
Depth 65 mm
Height 82 mm
Kleur White
Mounting method Surface mounted/recessed mounted
Nominal current 2 Ampère
Output voltage 1-10 V

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Tips to reduce your energy bills with good ventilation
Tips to reduce your energy bills with good ventilation
Energy prices are skyrocketing, and decesion have to be made between eating or heating. It is time to make our homes more sustainable and thus save energy. In summer, our homes use less energy than in winter. In summer you are outside more often and the heating does not have to be switched on. In winter, we often keep the windows closed to keep the heat in, but unfortunately that is when the problems arise. There is no fresh air coming into our well insulated houses. The lack of fresh air leads to high CO2 levels, which in turn leads to various health complaints.
  • Felix Dijkmeijer
  • 30-09-2022

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