Thermo Cube TC-1 - On at 0 Degrees, Off at 10 Degrees

Thermo Cube TC-1 - On at 0 Degrees, Off at 10 Degrees

Avoid Weather-Related Catastrophes!
  • Automatically turns devices on and off according to air temperature
  • Save electricity by running equipment only when necessary
  • Perfect for basic automation of weather-related devices without an intelligent controller
  • Instant installation - Just plug them in!
  • Weatherproof



List Price: $18.99

Your Savings: $6.26

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  • What's Included
  • Plug your appliance into the cold weather Thermo Cube and plug it into the wall. When the temperature drops below 0° the Thermo Cube will turn your appliance ON. When the temperature raises up past 10° it will turn your appliance OFF. Each unit has two receptacles for use with more than one device. Can operate loads up to 1800 Watts, 15 Amps, 120VAC.

    Also available:
    Thermo Cube TC-2 - On at 20 Degrees, Off at 30 Degrees
    Thermo Cube TC-3 - On at 35 Degrees, Off at 45 Degrees
    Thermo Cube TC-21 - On at 78 Degrees, Off at 70 Degrees
    Thermo Cube TC-22 - On at 120 Degrees, Off at 100 Degrees

    Recommended for use with GFCI outlets.

    Use this Thermo Cube to automate self-regulating heat tape, heat lamps, stock tank heaters, pond de-icers, engine-block heaters. If it gets too cold in the attic because the pilot light blew out when gas service was interrupted, you can have it turn on a space heater. You can even use the Thermo Cube with a strobe light to create a "Freeze Warning" system that can be seen by neighboring homes or buildings.

  • Specifications

    Thermo Cube, Inc. Product No.: TC-1
    Maximum Rating: 1800 Watts, 15 Amps, 120VAC
    Dimensions: 3-3/16" (W) x 1-5/16" (H) x 1" (D).
    Approval: UL and CSA (for Canada)

  • 1 Review

    Review of 7141 Review by PATRICK
    Review of 7141

    Installed. Daisy-chained with Thermo Cube 20 ON/30 OFF. Turns on 300 w Perfect Climate heater.

    I have not yet had a chance to observe it functioning when temperature is below 0 degree F.

    Posted on 12/22/2005

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