PTC has a unique heating property that allows the PTC heat output to be regulated by the airflow applied. The higher the airflow, the higher the heat output and power (wattage). Therefore, depending on the end design, if the ambient temperature is high, the PTC output power will decrease; if the airflow is high with low ambient temperature, then the PTC output power will increase.
|Pelonis Technologies, Inc.|
|Product Category||Electric Heaters|
|Product Name||13 Ampere (A) Maximum Inrush Current and 220 Volt (V) Rated Voltage MH-Type Positive Temperature Coefficient (PTC) Air Heater|
|Heating Capacity||0.05 to 2.00 kW (0.1706 to 6.82 MBH)|