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What Do Thermostats Do and How Do They Work?

The thermostat is an instrument that maintains temperature. With the pollution of the environment, the current temperature is becoming more and more unstable, so we will use other instruments to help us make a comfortable environment. The thermostat is an instrument that can control the temperature in the room. If you want to keep warm indoors in winter, you have to increase the temperature. At this time, the thermostat comes in handy. Then let's take a closer look at the thermostat.


1. Introduction of the thermostat heating

The thermostat has a wide range of applications and can provide a variety of control types. It is a thermostat product developed and produced specifically for refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, water coolers, dehumidification devices, and various other thermostat applications.

2. The use of thermostat

The thermostat is a temperature sensing device that automatically opens or closes the circuit to keep the controlled part within a certain temperature range under normal operation, and its operating temperature is only fixed or adjustable.


The thermostat adopts the latest artistic modeling and microcomputer control technology to control the switches of high-intelligence, fan-coil fans, electric valves and electric dampers. It has high, medium, low and automatic four-speed adjustment control, and on-off control for hot and cold valves, which can switch between three modes of cooling, heating and ventilation, ensuring high-quality comfort, convenient installation, operation and maintenance. It is widely used in civil buildings such as office buildings, shopping malls, industry, medical treatment, villas, etc., to keep the controlled environment temperature constant within the set temperature range to achieve the purpose of improving a comfortable environment.


How Do Thermostats Work


3. The working principle of the thermostat heating

The thermostatic autosampler is equipped with a cooling/heating module and uses Peltier elements for effective cooling air. When it is turned on, the front face of the Peltier element is heated/cooled according to the temperature. The fan draws air from the sample tray area and passes it through the channels of the heating/cooling module. The fan speed is determined by environmental conditions (such as environmental humidity, temperature). In the heating/cooling module, the air reaches the temperature of the element, and then these horizontal thermostats are blown under the special sample pan, where it is evenly distributed, and flows back to the sample pan area. From there, the air enters the thermostat. This circulation mode ensures efficient cooling/heating of the vials.


In the cooling mode, the other side of the element becomes very hot and must be cooled in order to maintain long-term performance. This is achieved by the heat exchanger on the back of the thermostat. Four fans blow the air from left to right together, expelling the heated air. The fan speed determines the temperature control of the component.


At this point, everyone must have a better understanding of the thermostat, and then know the purpose of the thermostat. In daily life, it is the thermostat that makes us more convenient and we can work better.