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Foil Heaters Silicone Rubber Insulated Heater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Silicone Heaters, preformed and assemblies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PVC Heater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Polyester Heater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Printed Polymer Heater PTC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Printed Polymer Heater - Constant Wattage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PEN Heater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Polyimide Heater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FRTP Heater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Silicone Rubber Heater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MICA Heater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bathroom Mirror Heater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Food Heater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cabinet Heaters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 230V Under Floor Heater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 230V PTV Under Floor Heater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42V Under Floor Heater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seat Heater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lens and Sensor Heaters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3 page 4 page 5 page 6 page 7 page 8 page 9 page 10 page 11 page 12 page 13 page 14 page 15 page 16 page 17 page 19 page 21 page 23 page 25 Gillelejevej 30b - DK-3230 Graested - Denmark Tel.: +45 48 39 88 88 - Fax: +45 48 39 88 98 - info@san-as.com - www.san-as.com 2 CVR No.: 42 16 59 13

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Member of the NIBE Group Silicone Rubber Insulated Heater Silicone Rubber Insulated Heater advantages Our silicone heaters are suitable for applications where precise and intimate heating is required. Being thin and lightweight, silicone heater mats have a low thermal mass and hence have rapid heat up characteristics with fast response to temperature control. Silicone's wide temperature range tolerance of -60 to +2300C and superb electrical properties give it a distinct advantage over other forms of heating. Applications We supply silicone heaters for a multitude of applications including industrial catering, battery warming, environmental control or electronics particularly telecommunications,composite repair of aircraft, laboratory equipment, satellite dish snow melting, anticondensation and GRP pipe curing systems. The uses for silicone heater mats are infinite as they can suit any application requiring surface heating up to 2300C. Their suitability for arduous conditions has been proven in applications from polar expedition to space exploration. We are the final frontier in silicone heaters. • • • • • • • • • • Custom design Etch foil and wire wound technology Precise even heating Flexible and lightweight Moisture and chemical resistant Wide temperature range -60 to +2300C UL and VDE approval avaliable Low smoke and low toxicity options available Full design and manufacturing service Fast delivery Installation and Fixing Our self adhesive option is a quick and simple fixing method which provides superb bonding results to many surfaces including low energy materials. Where removal of the heater is necessary alternative fixings are avalable such as hooks and straps as well as Velcro and magnetic backed options. Most mechanical fixing methods can be accommodated. Thermal Control An extensive range of thermal control devices can be incorporated onto the heaters, these include thermocouples, platinum sensors and limit switches. Pockets and housings can also be applied enabling the client to install their own control devices such as PT100's and capillary thermostats. Service and Design Providing the full design service, we can offer virtually any shape and size heater coupled with short delivery times. From prototype to production, spares and problem solving, we cover the full spectrum. Gillelejevej 30b - DK-3230 Graested - Denmark Tel.: +45 48 39 88 88 - Fax: +45 48 39 88 98 - info@san-as.com - www.san-as.com CVR No.: 42 16 59 13 3

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Silicone Heaters Pre-formed and Assemblies Silicone Rubber Insulated Heater advantages Our silicone heaters are suitable for applications where precise and intimate heating is required. Being thin and lightweight, silicone heater mats have a low thermal mass and hence have rapid heat up characteristics and fast response to temperature control. Silicone’s wide operating temperature range of –60 to +230°C and superb electrical properties give it a distinct advantage over other forms of heating. In applications where a heater mat is required to fit small diameter pipe-work a more precise fit can be obtained by using the preformed option. We can deliver formed and vulcanized silicone heaters to fit full or partial circumference of any pipe diameter. These heaters can be supplied with separate straps for fixing or can be permanently installed using room temperature vulcanising silicone adhesive or self adhesive systems. We can provide a factory fitting service for assembly of silicone heaters to customer components using vulcanization or self adhesive methods. We have many years experience of fitting to complicated pipe-work, plates, tanks and many other forms. Applications • Custom Design • Etch Foil and Wire Wound Technology • Precise Even Heating • Flexible and Lightweight • Moisture and Chemical Resistant • Wide Temperature Range -60 to +230°C • UL and VDE Approval available • Full Design and Manufacturing Service • Fast Delivery Thermal Control An extensive range of thermal control devices can be incorporated onto the heaters, these include thermocouples, platinum sensors and limit switches. Pockets and housings can also be applied enabling the client to install their own control devices such as PT100’s and capillary thermostats. Service and Design Providing the full design service we can offer virtually any shape and size heater coupled with short delivery times of 3-5 days. From prototype to production, sp ares and problem solving, we cover the full spectrum. Gillelejevej 30b - DK-3230 Graested - Denmark Tel.: +45 48 39 88 88 - Fax: +45 48 39 88 98 - info@san-as.com - www.san-as.com 4 CVR No.: 42 16 59 13

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Member of the NIBE Group PVC Heater PVC Heater advantages PVC heater is a common used build up for applications in environment with high humidity or wet conditions. The heater is also very flexible and can in advantage be used where flexibility is needed. Heater benefits • Water proof • Flexible • Acid resistant • High mechanical strength Typical applications • Waterbed heaters • Surgery beds (tables) • Slim blankets • Water heaters • Military applications • Battery heaters Technical Specifications Max. element temp. °C, (°F) .........................................70 (158) Min. element temp. °C, (°F) .........................................-40 (-40) Dielectric strength at 20°C as per ASTM KV/mm .................15 Thermal conductivity at 100°C W/m °K ................... 0.17/70°C Moisture absorption as per ASTM D-570-63. (24 h immersion at 23°C) %..................................................0.2 Waterproof as per IEC 335-1 sect. 15-16 ........................... yes Constant of dielectricity at 25°C, 50 Hz ........................... 5 - 9 Bending radius, min. mm ......................................................20 Max. element width mm .....................................................800 Power density W/cm2 ..........................................................0.1 Resistance tolerance ............... As standard, ± 5% of nominal. ........................................... tolerance down to ± 2% available. Rated voltage ..............Up to 230 V AC/DC single or 3-phase. Approvals/standards ............................................................... Other......................................................................................... - Gillelejevej 30b - DK-3230 Graested - Denmark Tel.: +45 48 39 88 88 - Fax: +45 48 39 88 98 - info@san-as.com - www.san-as.com CVR No.: 42 16 59 13 5

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Polyester Heater Polyester Heater advantages The etched element has superior heat transfer and exceptionally uniform heat output, wich results in a faster warm-up cycle and longer life. Use this heater to cover large areas with even heat, for flat or gently curved surfaces. Etched foil polyester heaters can be designed and fabricated in many types of configurations to fit the size and shape required in your application. Our design engineers use a custom computer-aided design program to calculate the design, given the voltage, wattage and resistance. Heater benefits • Low wattage • Distributed wattage • Edge loss compensation • Very small sizes of heaters can be precisely manufactured • Economical mass production • Accurate reproduction of complex circuits Typical applications • Bathroom mirror heater • De-icing equipment • Rear view mirror • Hand grip heater • Cabinet heater Technical Specifications Max. element temp. °C, (°F) .......................................130 (266) Min. element temp. °C, (°F) .........................................-60 (-76) Dielectric strength at 20°C as per ASTM KV/mm ...............175 Thermal conductivity at 100°C W/m °K .............................0.16 Moisture absorption as per ASTM D-570-63. (24 h immersion at 23°C) %..................................................0.8 Waterproof as per IEC 335-1 sect. 15-16 ........................... yes Constant of dielectricity at 25°C, 50 Hz ..............................3.3 Bending radius, min. mm ........................................................1 Max. element width mm .....................................................800 Power density W/cm2 .............................................................3 Resistance tolerance ............... As standard, ± 5% of nominal. ........................................... tolerance down to ± 2% available. Rated voltage ..............Up to 690 V AC/DC single or 3-phase. Approvals/standards ............................................................... Other ....................................................................................... - Gillelejevej 30b - DK-3230 Graested - Denmark Tel.: +45 48 39 88 88 - Fax: +45 48 39 88 98 - info@san-as.com - www.san-as.com 6 CVR No.: 42 16 59 13

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Member of the NIBE Group Printed Polymer Heater PTC Printed Polymer Heater PTC advantages Printed Polymer heaters are based on low resistance printed silver as current distributor. The heat is generated by a number of parallel connected polymer resistors with PTC characteristics (Positive Temperature Coefficient). In most cases the polymer resistor is covering the heater completely and hence gives a very even temperature distribution. The PTC effect makes the heater self limiting and hence hot and cold spots are avoided as the power is generated were you need it. The polymer heater is also very corrosion resistance compared to metal heaters. Heater benefits • Self regulation • Robust design intensitive to small damages • Corrosion resistant • Cost effective at low power and high voltage Typical applications • Rear view mirrors • Floor heating • Waterbed heaters • Low temperature applications, deicing Technical Specifications Max. element temp. °C, (°F) .........................................70 (158) Min. element temp. °C, (°F) .........................................-50 (-58) Dielectric strength at 20°C as per ASTM KV/mm ................NA Thermal conductivity at 100°C W/m °K ...............................NA Moisture absorption as per ASTM D-570-63. (24 h immersion at 23°C) % .................................................NA Constant of dielectricity at 25°C, 50 Hz ..............................NA Power density W/cm2 ............................................ 0,3@ -40°C Resistance tolerance ......................................................± 20% Rated voltage ......................................................................230 Approvals/standards ............................................................NA Other ................................................ Possible substrates: PET Gillelejevej 30b - DK-3230 Graested - Denmark Tel.: +45 48 39 88 88 - Fax: +45 48 39 88 98 - info@san-as.com - www.san-as.com CVR No.: 42 16 59 13 7

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Printed Polymer Heater Constant Wattage Printed Polymer Heater Constant Wattage advantages Printed Polymer heaters are based on low resistance printed silver as current distributor. The heat is generated by a number of parallel connected polymer resistors and is therefore very robust and insensitive to small damages. The resistance is virtually constant up 100°C. Polymer heaters is mostly used in low power applications at moderate to high voltage were one normally need to use rather precious metals to get the as low power as need. The resistance in the polymer can be adjusted in the range from 50 ohm/sq to 50 000 ohm/sq and is therefore suitable for many different applications. A polymer heater is also more corrosion resistance than metal heaters. Heater benefits • Possible to use on many different substrates • Robust design insensitive to small damages • Corrosion resistant • Large span of resistivity Typical applications • Floor heating • IR targets • Waterbed heaters • High Voltage, small area applications Technical Specifications Max. element temp. °C, (°F) .......................................100 (212) Min. element temp. °C, (°F) .........................................-50 (-58) Dielectric strength at 20°C as per ASTM KV/mm ................NA Thermal conductivity at 100°C W/m °K ...............................NA Moisture absorption as per ASTM D-570-63. (24 h immersion at 23°C) %..................................................NA Constant of dielectricity at 25°C, 50 Hz ..............................NA Power density W/cm2 ..........................................................0,1 Resistance tolerance ......................................................± 20% Rated voltage ......................................................................230 Approvals/standards ............................................................NA Other .................... Possible substrates: PET, glass, paper, etc Gillelejevej 30b - DK-3230 Graested - Denmark Tel.: +45 48 39 88 88 - Fax: +45 48 39 88 98 - info@san-as.com - www.san-as.com 8 CVR No.: 42 16 59 13

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Member of the NIBE Group PEN Heater PEN Heater advantages PEN is a heater similar to PET but with much better properties. PEN is little more expensive than PET but have higher, chemical, thermal, mechanical and electrical properties. The material is common used in electronic devices. Heater benefits • Possible to waveflow solder with leadfree solder • Higher temp possible compared to PET • Good chemical resistant • Higher mechanical strength with 3 approx 30% compared to PET Typical applications • Bathroom mirror heaters • Radiator elements • DNA analyse • High power standard elements (more cost effective compared to polyimide elements) Technical Specifications Max. element temp. °C, (°F) .......................................160 (320) Min. element temp. °C, (°F) .........................................-60 (-76) Dielectric strength at 20°C as per ASTM KV/mm ................... Thermal conductivity at 100°C W/m °K Moisture absorption as per ASTM D-570-63. (24 h immersion at 23°C) %..................................................0.6 Waterproof as per IEC 335-1 sect. 15-16 ........................... Yes Constant of dielectricity at 25°C, 50 Hz ............................3.16 Bending radius, min. mm ........................................................1 Max. element width mm .....................................................600 Power density W/cm2 .............................................................4 Resistance tolerance ............... As standard, ± 5% of nominal. ........................................... tolerance down to ± 2% available. Rated voltage ..............Up to 690 V AC/DC single or 3-phase. Approvals/standards ............................................................... Other ....................................................................................... - Gillelejevej 30b - DK-3230 Graested - Denmark Tel.: +45 48 39 88 88 - Fax: +45 48 39 88 98 - info@san-as.com - www.san-as.com CVR No.: 42 16 59 13 9

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Polyimide Heater Polyimide Heater advantages Fibre Reinforced Thermoplastic Heater is a unique product. The heating element is integrated in fibre reinforced thermoplastic material. The heating circuit is hence well protected in an extremely durable enclosure with superior impact and abrasion resistance properties. The material is also moisture resistant and therefore well suited for harsh environments. The stiffness of the products make it suitable for both stand alone applications as well as integration in other equipment. The product can have many different surfaces ranging from soft thermoplastic rubber to stiff shiny surfaces with integrated text or even pictures. The heater can also be laminated together with heat-insulation as well as metal parts. The unique manufacturing technique enables a large freedom in design. Heater benefits • Stiffness • Durability • Impact resistance • Design freedom • Integrated functions • Water resistant Typical applications • Radiator panels • Heater for rough condition • Floor heating • Photographic equipment Technical Specifications Max. element temp. °C, (°F) .......................................220 (428) Min. element temp. °C, (°F) ..................................... -271 (-455) Dielectric strength at 20°C as per ASTM KV/mm ...............205 Thermal conductivity at 100°C W/m °K .................................. Moisture absorption as per ASTM D-570-63. (24 h immersion at 23°C) %..................................................2.9 Waterproof as per IEC 335-1 sect. 15-16 ............................ No Constant of dielectricity at 25°C, 50 Hz ..............................3.5 Bending radius, min. mm ........................................................1 Max. element width mm .....................................................600 Power density W/cm2 ...........................................................10 Resistance tolerance ............... As standard, ± 5% of nominal. ........................................... tolerance down to ± 2% available. Rated voltage ..............Up to 690 V AC/DC single or 3-phase. Approvals/standards ............................................................... Other ....................................................................................... - Gillelejevej 30b - DK-3230 Graested - Denmark Tel.: +45 48 39 88 88 - Fax: +45 48 39 88 98 - info@san-as.com - www.san-as.com 10 CVR No.: 42 16 59 13

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Member of the NIBE Group FRTP Heater Fibre Reinforced Thermoplastic advantages PEN is a heater similar to PET but with much better properties. PEN is little more expensive than PET but have higher, chemical, thermal, mechanical and electrical properties. The material is common used in electronic devices. Heater benefits • Possible to waveflow solder with leadfree solder • Higher temp possible compared to PET • Good chemical resistant • Higher mechanical strength with 3 approx 30% compared to PET Typical applications • Bathroom mirror heaters • Radiator elements • DNA analyse • High power standard elements (more cost effective compared to polyimide elements) Technical Specifications Max. element temp. °C, (°F) .........................................80 (176) Min. element temp. °C, (°F) .........................................-50 (-58) Dielectric strength at 20°C as per ASTM KV/mm.........................................................................20 Thermal conductivity at 100°C W/m °K..............................0.36 Moisture absorption as per ASTM D-570-63. (24 h immersion at 23°C) %............................0.025 Waterproof as per IEC 335-1 sect. 15-16 ........................... Yes Constant of dielectricity at 25°C, 50 Hz...........................................................................3.0 Bending radius, min. mm ....................................................400 Max. element width mm .....................................................800 Power density W/cm2 ...........0.1 W/cm2 (up to 0,7 immersed) Resistance tolerance ............... As standard, ± 5% of nominal. ........................................... tolerance down to ± 2% available. Rated voltage ..............Up to 690 V AC/DC single or 3-phase. Gillelejevej 30b - DK-3230 Graested - Denmark Tel.: +45 48 39 88 88 - Fax: +45 48 39 88 98 - info@san-as.com - www.san-as.com CVR No.: 42 16 59 13 11

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Silicone Rubber Heater Silicone Rubber Heater advantages Silicon rubber is a rugged, flexible material with excellent temperature properties. Fibreglass-reinforced silicone rubber gives your heater dimension stability without sacrificing flexibility. Heater benefits • Can be factory vulcanized to metal parts • PSA assembly • Low gas permeability Typical applications • Food service equipment • Freeeze protection and condensation prevention for instrumentation and equipment • Photo copy machines • Medical respirators • Ultrasonic cleanert Technical Specifications Max. element temp. °C, (°F) .......................................230 (446) Min. element temp. °C, (°F) .........................................-50 (-58) Dielectric strength at 20°C as per ASTM KV/mm .................17 Thermal conductivity at 100°C W/m °K .............................0.24 Moisture absorption as per ASTM D-570-63. (24 h immersion at 23°C) %.....................................................0 Waterproof as per IEC 335-1 sect. 15-16 ........................... yes Constant of dielectricity at 25°C, 50 Hz ..................... 2.9 - 3.6 Bending radius, min. mm ......................................................10 Max. element width mm .....................................................600 Power density W/cm2 ...........................................................13 Resistance tolerance ............... As standard, ± 5% of nominal. ........................................... tolerance down to ± 2% available. Rated voltage ..............Up to 690 V AC/DC single or 3-phase. Approvals/standards ..................................... ETL (UL, V0, HB) Other ....................................................................................... - Gillelejevej 30b - DK-3230 Graested - Denmark Tel.: +45 48 39 88 88 - Fax: +45 48 39 88 98 - info@san-as.com - www.san-as.com 12 CVR No.: 42 16 59 13

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Member of the NIBE Group MICA Heater MICA Heater advantages The Mica heaters are etched foil elements, sandwiched between layers of mica. The heater can be rigid or soft in order to fit the application. In all cases the mica heater needs uniform mechanical clamping to give the best longterm performance. Heater benefits • High power density • Possibility to be used assemblied in open air • High working temperatures • Fast heat-up Typical applications • Packing, strapping and sealing equipment • Food service appliances • DNA analysis • Semiconductor industry • Radiators, heating panels Technical Specifications Max. element temp. °C, (°F) .....................................600 (1112) Min. element temp. °C, (°F) .....................................-150 (-238) Dielectric strength at 20°C as per ASTM KV/mm ...............>25 Thermal conductivity at 100°C W/m °K .............................0.30 Moisture absorption as per ASTM D-570-63. (24 h immersion at 23°C) % .............................................. <1% Waterproof as per IEC 335-1 sect. 15-16 ............................NA Constant of dielectricity at 25°C, 50 Hz ........................ 4 - 5.5 Bending radius, min. mm .....................................................NA Max. element width mm .....................................................900 Power density W/cm2 ...... 5W/cm² (depending on application) Resistance tolerance ............... As standard, ± 5% of nominal. ........................................... tolerance down to ± 2% available. Rated voltage .............Up to 1000V AC/DC single or 3-phase. Approvals/standards ............................................................... Other .................................................... Thickness min. 0,1mm Gillelejevej 30b - DK-3230 Graested - Denmark Tel.: +45 48 39 88 88 - Fax: +45 48 39 88 98 - info@san-as.com - www.san-as.com CVR No.: 42 16 59 13 13

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Bathroom Mirror Heater Mirror Heater Benefits Our simple to install mirror heaters enable you to shave or put on make-up without having to worry about the bathroom mirror steaming up. Easy Installation! Lay the mirror face down on a protective surface. Make sure the back of the mirror is clean and free from grease. Mark the back of the mirror where the heater is to be positioned. The heater should be at least 50 mm from the edges of the mirror. Peel back the protective release paper from one corner of the mirror heater. Position this corner in the required corner of the marked area and slowly peel back the release paper whilst applying gentle pressure to remove air bubbles. The Mirror Heater must be connected to the lighting circuit or to the electrical circuit through a separate switch. The installation must be in accordance with existing regulations. Design Advantages • Low, even temperature makes the mirror safe to touch but still keeps it clear. • Very low running costs • Your mirror will always remain steam-free whilst the heater is on. • Simple to install. Technical Specifications Model PO967200 PO967300 PO967100 PO967500 PO967600 Power 230V 70W 230V 60W 230V 55W 230V 85W 230V 132W Size 40x450mm 500x500mm Daim 600mm 570x760mm 600x1100mm All heaters have adhesive, 1500 mm cables, silicone insulated terminals and are approved by Semko. According to IEC CO335-1 Gillelejevej 30b - DK-3230 Graested - Denmark Tel.: +45 48 39 88 88 - Fax: +45 48 39 88 98 - info@san-as.com - www.san-as.com 14 CVR No.: 42 16 59 13

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Member of the NIBE Group Food Heater Food Heater advantages We offer many types of heaters for food rethermalization. The heaters are easy to design for custom needs. The heating systems are cost efficient, hygenic and can be designed for easy cleaning. The heaters are space saving and can also be produced in different power densities. Temperature regulation • Thermostat • NTC • PTC • Solid state • Resistant temp control Heater benefits • Low profile heater (from 0,5 mm to 25 mm) • Max with 600 mm length 1500 mm • Insulated / Non insulated • Adhesive backing • Design freedom • Durability • Water resistant / water proof • Life time Typical applications • Baine Maries • Rethermalization cabinets • Noodle cooker • Keep warm plates • Transport boxes Technical Specifications Max. element temp. °C, (°F) .......................................230 (446) Min. element temp. °C, (°F) .........................................-50 (-58) Dielectric strength at 20°C as per ASTM KV/mm..................20 Thermal conductivity at 100°C W/m °K .............................0.36 Moisture absorption as per ASTM D-570-63. (24 h immersion at 23°C) %............................0.025 Waterproof as per IEC 335-1 sect. 15-16 ........................... Yes Constant of dielectricity at 25°C, 50 Hz ..............................3.0 Bending radius, min. mm ....................................................400 Max. element width mm .....................................................800 Power density W/cm2 .................................................13 (max) Resistance tolerance ............... As standard, ± 5% of nominal. ........................................... tolerance down to ± 2% available. Rated voltage ..............Up to 690 V AC/DC single or 3-phase. Example of materials PET .....................................................................-50 to +130°C FRTP .....................................................................-50 to +80°C Silicone ...............................................................-50 to +230°C Gillelejevej 30b - DK-3230 Graested - Denmark Tel.: +45 48 39 88 88 - Fax: +45 48 39 88 98 - info@san-as.com - www.san-as.com CVR No.: 42 16 59 13 15

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