Winland Electronics MTA-1 Slimline Temperature Alert Sensor
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Winland Electronics MTA-1 Slimline Temperature Alert Sensor

This Unit Will Separately Zone Out High and Low Temperature Alarm Signals
  • Adjustable high & low setpoints (30

Item #: 7151

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  • What's Included
  • An attractive slimline mechanical temperature sensor for applications that do not require as wide a temperature range as the high/low sensor. Use it to trigger an alarm or turn on/off devices when either a high or low temperature limit is reached. Contacts are rated for 50mA at 12 Volts DC. No power supply required. Use it with the EnviroAlert Systems, X10 Security System Wireless Transmitters, the JDS TimeCommander Plus or a Sensaphone.

    Adjustable high & low setpoints (30° to 100° F). Accurate to 3°F of indicated temperature.




  • Specifications

    Winland Electronics Product No.: MTA-1
    Temperature Range: Adjustable 30° to 100°F (-1° to 36°C)
    Rating: 50mA at 12 Volts DC
    Dimensions: 4 1/2" x 3 1/4" x 3/4"
    Weight: 6 oz.
    Warranty: 1 year, limited


  • 5 Reviews

    Review of 7151 Review by GJ
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    Simple piece of equipment but does what it says.

    Posted on 2/14/2011

    Review of 7151 Review by ELAINE
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    I could not get this to work.

    Posted on 11/5/2008

    Review of 7151 Review by PETE
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    This sensor works, but it has a few issues:
    1- You have to open the box everytime you want to change the thermostat setting.
    2-The thermostat settings have a wide range. For instance, the closest I could get the two settings is 60 and 70 degrees. That means when it's 60, my fan is going to shut off, but it won't turn on until it hits 70. If there could be a 5 degree difference, I think it would run more efficiently, and certainly the room would be more comfortable.

    Posted on 3/26/2008

    Review of 7151 Review by RICHARD
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    The unit is working good as of now. I will know more after I have it in service over an OHIO winter.The "Techs." Were unable to give me the proper infomation for wireing the temp.alert in to the MTC-302 unit. I had to call the factory.They told me right off how to wire in the resistor to so it would operate properly. Works good.

    Posted on 9/23/2007

    Review of 7151 Review by STEVE
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    YOUR PRODUCT WAS THE EXACT THING I WAS LOOKING FOR.

    Posted on 7/20/2005

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