A421ABC-02C | Single Stage Temp Controller with Sensor, 120/240VAC, NEMA1, 9' 9" lead, -40 to 212F, HTG/CLG | Johnson Controls
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Johnson Controls part#: A421ABC-02C
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Single Stage Temp Controller with Sensor, 120/240VAC, NEMA1, 9' 9" lead, -40 to 212F, HTG/CLG
The A421 Series Standard Electronic Temperature Controls are single stage, electronic temperature controls with a single-pole, double-throw (SPDT) output relay. The controls feature an adjustable backlit LCD for viewing the temperature and status of other functions, and a three-button touchpad for setup and adjustment. An LED indicates the On/Off status of the output relay.
The A421 Controls are available in low-voltage 24 VAC and high-voltage 120 VAC or 240 VAC models, which provide options for most refrigeration and HVAC applications.
The A421 Controls provide heating or cooling control, sensor offset, temperature setback, adjustable antishort cycle delay, and a restricted user adjustment mode. The temperature units can be displayed in °F or °C. The temperature adjustment range is -40°F to 212°F or -40°C to 100°C.
The A421 Controls are available in Type 1, IP20 highimpact plastic enclosures suitable for surface or DIN rail mounting and Type 4X, IP66 watertight, corrosionresistant surface mount enclosures. Refer to the A421 Series Electronic Temperature Controls Product Bulletin (LIT-12011972) for important product application information.
You can use the A421 Controls to manage a wide range of single-stage refrigeration or HVAC equipment. Sample temperature control applications include:
- Temperature monitoring and alarming
- On/off control of boilers and chillers
- Boiler and chiller pump control
- Heating and cooling control
- Cooling tower fan control based on water temperature
- Supply, makeup, and mixed air temperature control
- Temperature actuated valve control
- Supply and makeup air damper and fan control
- Condenser fan control based on condenser temperature.
Features and benefits
Control front panel LCD
Displays the temperature, parameters, and status. You can adjust the backlight intensity for ambient light conditions. Custom icons display the system and control status.
Basic and Advanced programming menu
Provides two levels of parameter adjustment and control. You can set up advanced features in one menu and easily adjust basic parameters in the other menu.
On/Off temperature adjustment
Select the temperature values at which the relay turns On and Off, which automatically defines the Heating or Cooling mode of operation.
Switch-activated temperature setback
Shift the On or Off temperature by an adjustable setback value. When a user-supplied switch closes the binary input control circuit, the control operates at the defined setback temperatures.
Adjustable anti-short cycle delay
Select the minimum time the output relay remains off before the next on cycle; avoiding short cycling, hard starts, and nuisance overload outages on compressors and other inductive applications.
Adjustable sensor offset
Adjust the displayed temperature to the actual sensed temperature.
Optional restricted adjustment mode
Restrict the On or Off adjustment to your defined temperature range.
Sensor failure mode
Select the relay On or Off state in the event of a sensor or sensor wire failure.
Backlight brightness level
Adjust the LCD backlight intensity.
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We used to have temperature increase issues in our heating system. This has been dangerous for our health and the long-term viability of our heating system. Hopefully the Johnson Controls Temp Controller with Sensor gave a reliable solution for us. You get an easy to read on and off status. The temperature indicator is coming in a clear LCD screen to have precise information when you need it. We easily had a boiler control to our system as well as a compressor lockout in case the temperature exceeded a certain limit, to protect the heating system and ourselves from a potential accident.