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The new RTP140R060S (AC) and RTP140R060SD (DC) devices offer designers a convenient, reliable alternative to typical thermal cut-off devices (TCOs) when protecting against potentially damaging thermal events in low-temperature AC or DC applications.
Utility heaters include the Towel Warmer Bathroom Heater, which is wall-mountable, has a 24-hour programmable timer, two settings, towel warm/dry function and thermostat, and the all-metal Utility Heater with four-hour timer, thermostat, internal tip-over switch and safety thermal cut-off.
Wesco points out that unlike other submersible lights, the WBD-100 is not "water-level-dependent": Because Ryton R-4 02XT has a heat deflection temperature of 260[degrees]C, the company explains, the light does not require an automatic thermal cut-off switch.