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Gas Ignition Controls
February 2005
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The company’s Intermittent Pilot Gas Ignition Controls are available in both line voltage and 24-V a.c. for use in commercial cooking equipment, HVAC, and gas burner applications. The company says the 35-73 and 35-63 Intermittent Pilot Gas Ignition Controls are microprocessor-based and polarity insensitive for easy installation.

The products feature precise, repeatable timing sequences, single spark, and sense and remote flame sense options, thermostat/power off and automatic reset options, and on-board diagnostics with an LED output to simplify troubleshooting. The product is reportedly suitable for controlling pilot and main gas valves, monitoring flame, and igniting LP and natural gas burners in a variety of equipment.

The company says the control is CSA-certified and available in three configurations: PC board only, case and cover, and a potted version for washdown and extreme vibration protection.



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