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TTA150E40WAA American Standard Safety and 2021 model trust Trane Thermistor OEM Sensor

TTA150E40WAA American Standard/Trane OEM Thermistor/Sensor

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TTA150E40WAA American Standard/Trane OEM Thermistor/Sensor

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Product description

American Standard / Trane OEM Sensor!

Specifications: SENSOR; THERMISTOR, -40 TO 65C, 0.25 DIA X 1.75 LENGTH, 12 IN BROWN LEADS, LEADS TERMINATED

Additional Information:

  • OEM Component with Factory Warranty*
  • OEM Temperature Thermistor / Sensor
  • -40° TO 65°C Thermistor with 12" Leads

Replaces / Supersedes: SEN275 SEN0275 SEN-0275 SEN00275 SEN278 SEN0278 SEN00278 SEN-0278 SEN339 SEN0339 SEN-0339 SEN00339 SEN0642 SEN642 SEN-0642 SEN00642 SEN1107 SEN01107 SEN-1107 TOL1825 TOL-1825 TOL01825

Commonly Found in Various TTA Units:

  • TTA061DD0RAA TTA061DD0TAA TTA061DD0UAA TTA061DD0WAA TTA061DDHRAA TTA061DDHTAA TTA061DDHUAA TTA061DDHWAA TTA073D30RAA TTA073D30TAA TTA073D30UAA TTA073D30WAA TTA073D3HRAA TTA073D3HTAA TTA073D3HWAA TTA073D40RAA TTA073D40TAA TTA076DD0WAA TTA076DDHRAA TTA076DDHTAA TTA076DDHUAA TTA076DDHWAA TTA086DD0RAA TTA086DD0TAA TTA086DD0UAA TTA086DDHRAA TTA086DDHTAA TTA086DDHUAA TTA086DDHWAA TTA090D30RAA TTA090D30TAA TTA090D30UAA TTA090D30WAA TTA090D3HRAA TTA090D40RAA TTA090D40TAA TTA090D40UAA and More

    Commonly Found in Various TWA Units:

    • TWA076DDHUAA TWA076DDHWAA TWA090D30RAA TWA090D30TAA TWA090D30UAA TWA090D30WAA TWA090D3HRAA TWA090D3HTAA TWA090D3HUAA TWA090D3HWAA TWA090D40RAA TWA090D40TAA TWA090D40UAA TWA090D40WAA TWA090D4HRAA TWA090D4HTAA TWA090D4HUAA TWA090DW0RAA TWA090DW0TAA TWA090DW0UAA TWA090DW0WAA TWA090DWHRAA TWA090DWHUAA TWA090DWHWAA TWA101DD0RAA TWA101DD0TAA TWA101DD0UAA TWA101DD0WAA TWA101DDHRAA TWA101DDHTAA TWA101DDHWAA TWA120D30TAA TWA120D30UAA TWA120D30WAA TWA120DWHUAA TWA156ED0RAA TWA156ED0TAA TWA156ED0UAA TWA156EDHUAA TWA156EDHWAA TWA180E30RAA TWA180E30TAA TWA180E30UAA TWA180E30WAA TWA180E3HRAA and More

    Additional American Standard amp; Trane Products Available

    NOTE: Images are for illustration only. Actual item may vary.

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