Interlogix Freeze Sensor and Transmitter

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Price: $56.95
Available
Part #: 6074295R
Manufacturer: Interlogix (formerly GE)
Mfr Part #: 6074295R
The freeze sensor detects low temperature conditions which may indicate furnace failure.

The sensor contains a bimetallic thermal switch connected to a built-in transmitter. When the surrounding temperature drops to approximately 41°F (5°C), the sensor transmits an alarm signal. When the surrounding temperature rises to 50°F (10°C), the sensor transmits a restore signal.


  • Height: 4.5"
  • Width: 1.1"
  • Depth: 0.9"
  • Compatibility:

    Simon and Quik Bridge Loop Receivers and all Interlogix wireless receivers

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