Kitronik Heat Activated Switch

Stock code: 2113
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Pricing:Ex VATInc VAT
1+
£2.00
£2.40
5+ £1.45 £1.74
50+ £1.15 £1.38
200+ £1.09 * £1.31 *
300+ £1.04 * £1.24 *

* Price shown includes kit bulk buy discount

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Kitronik Heat Activated Switch plus wire cutters

large temperature switch kit+ large wire cutters

Total: £3.80ex VAT

Kitronik Heat Activated Switch plus wire cutters and soldering starter kit

large temperature switch kit+ large wire cutters+ large soldering starter kit

Total: £14.79ex VAT

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Please note: Instructions for using this product (if available) can be found in the product description.
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Q:
What voltage is required to run this circuit? Can I use the 3V Coin Cell battery board?
Asked by: Diane Brancazio
A:
Hi Diane, Thank you for your message the kit can run from 3V to 10V. So a Coin cell would work with this but you might be limited by it's low charge running down after a short time (about 6 hours with a standard LED turned on by the kit). Best Regards Cullen
Answered by: Cullen Lewis
01-Mar-19

Q:
Is a 12volt battery too powerful for the components in the switch? I would like to use this to power a small fan in an equally small greenhouse but the battery will be charged using a small solar panel. I asked this question using the light switch yesterday as example but have not had any reply as yet Thanks
Asked by: Anthony Morris
A:
Hi Anthony, The components on this kit has a slightly lower voltage than on the light activation kit. As such this kit can only be powered by a maximum of 10V. You could use a step down regulator to take the voltage down below 10V.
Answered by: Michael Lockhart
27-Mar-18

Q:
Hi, I would like to put leads on the thermistor to use in a solar batch heater I am making, what distance away from the board could the leads be and still work? I am thinking of using the kit to turn on the gas water heater when the solar water is cool, the heater uses a 1.5 D battery to light the gas. I am guessing the heater's system needs the ampage a D cell provides so I want to hack into the Dcell compartment , cut the link and run it to a relay worked by the kit. If that sounds possible could you advise on a suitable relay. regards steve ps I do have another question regarding this kit in either configuration, could it be used to detect a specific voltage on 1 to 3 rechargeable 1.2 volt batteries and switch off . I would like to make a solar lamp that will give out some useful light but do not want to completely empty the battery/ batteries every night.
Asked by: steve
A:
Hi Steve, The maximum lead length would depend on the resistance of the type of w
ire being used but it would be somewhere in the hundreds/thousands of feet range. That sounds like it should be workable. I don't know the exact details of the heater and its tolerances for lighting the gas but if you powered the temperature switch kit with 2 D batteries it would output roughly 2V at up to 0.5A which I expect would be plenty for your heater if it is currently running from 1 D battery. (0.9V is lost through the transistor pair on the board.) So you might not need a relay. You could use this relay though http://www.kitronik.co.uk/products/components/relays/5v-relay-single/ but you would need to use 4xAA batteries with the temperature kit to trigger the relay. For your final question I would not recommend using this board to measure a specific voltage, the drop over the darlington pair is about 0.9V which is a massive proportion of the 1.2V your batteries provide. You would be better off using a voltage divider circuit and a single transistor.
Answered by: Aaron Sturman
13-May-07

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