Honeywell thermal products provide quality, precision and durability, fully tested, appropriately sealed and qualified to numerous specifications.
From the first product, a windshield temperature control thermal switch in 1947 to the 700 Series Thermal Switches on board Mars Rover.
The 150 Series harnesses the electrical capability of a micro-switch and the thermal capability of a bimetal switch in one device.
Snap-action thermal switches specifically designed for applications requiring more than 5 amperes at 28VDC resistive in a robust hermetic package.
High-current, high-reliability switches for space applications.
Combines small size with robust electrical characteristics, packaged for severe environments with flexible mountings.
High reliability space-qualified thermal switches designed to support manned and unmanned space applications.
Specifically designed and qualified to operate the cooling fan contactor on General Motors Electro-Motive Division (EMD) locomotive engines.
Honeywell continues to build switches and sensors for use on commercial and military aircraft that are long out of production but still flying today.
With Honeywell’s multi-generational legacy in customizable thermal twitches, the capability to produce unexpected solutions is significant.
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