- Robertshaw® thermopiles are the industry leader for gas appliance applications. Their primary function is to ensure a standing pilot light is operative so that on a call for heat, the main burner gas will be properly ignited.
- Thermopiles are placed in gas applications to detect the existence of a flame for safety purposes by shutting off the potential gas flow to a burner.
- A thermopile is the assembly of many thermocouples to increase the millivolt output. Robertshaw thermopiles have two types of connections: coaxial and two-wire spade connectors.
The 1950 thermopiles, also known as TP-75, are two-wire spade connectors.
- The 1951 thermopiles, also known as CP-2 (500-600 millivolts) are coaxial connectors.
The 1950 and 1951 Series Thermopiles (pilot generators) are designed for use on self-powered gas control systems. They can be used to replace similar competitive devices.
Features and Benefits
Easy burner installation with attached threaded nut
Stainless steel outer jacket for long life and resistance to heat blistering
Combination of copper and nickel alloys for good electrical conductivity
Mica washer to insulate from shorting conditions
Various lengths available for multiple applications
|Weight||0.0875 Pounds (lbs)|
|Length||2.75 Inches (In)|
|Width||0.25 Inches (In)|
|Height||0.25 Inches (In)|
|Country of Origin||MEX|
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