Thermo Cube TC-2 - On at 20 Degrees, Off at 30 Degrees

Thermo Cube TC-2 - On at 20 Degrees, Off at 30 Degrees

Temperature Controlled Outlet Helps 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!



List Price: $18.99

Your Savings: $3.02

REWARDS: 15 points
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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 20° the Thermo Cube will turn your appliance ON. When the temperatures 30° or greater it will turn your appliance OFF. Each unit has two receptacles for use with more than one device to operate loads up to 1800 Watts, 15 Amps, 120VAC. The Thermo Cube is also available with different temperature ranges to suit your specific needs. It is recommended that the Thermo Cube is used 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

    Manufacturer: Thermo Cube
    Manufacturer Product No.: TC-2
    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)
    Warranty: 1 year, limited

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    Review of 7142 Review by DAVID
    Review of 7142

    using on outside standby generator for start-up temp below 32f for battery warmer wrap so far working ok can't figure excate temp when it comes on put it inside compartment hopeitfully turns off after running 30degrees would suggest to anybody in winter 32degress

    Posted on 2/11/2014

    Review of 7142 Review by BYRON
    Review of 7142

    Works as advertised. Would prefer weatherproof and sightly higher range (on at 28 off at 35) for heat lamps.

    Posted on 1/9/2013

    Review of 7142 Review by CHARLES
    Review of 7142

    Love this item. Just a note: cube shuts off at 30 degrees, otherwise if temp is lower it is on...even below 20.
    I use this with a 250W heat lamp.

    Posted on 12/29/2012

    Review of 7142 Review by BILL
    Review of 7142

    This is an excellent product at a reasonable cost that will save me a lot of money on electrical bills. Thank you, Bill Saumier

    Posted on 3/6/2012

    Review of 7142 Review by DENNIS
    Review of 7142

    Product is as advertised, works satisfactorily and was a good value (sale item). Would have preferred a weatherproof unit since the it is controlling an outdoor water trough heater. Particularly happy with the prompt service.

    Posted on 2/29/2012

    Review of 7142 Review by DONALD
    Review of 7142

    Works well, I used it on the bubbler for my boat. When the tempreture goes below 20 the bubbler comes on and keeps the water moving around the boat. Above freezing it turns off saving electricity.

    Posted on 1/13/2012

    Review of 7142 Review by ALLAN
    Review of 7142

    on time and what I needed.

    Posted on 2/23/2011

    Review of 7142 Review by PAUL
    Review of 7142

    Just started using these cubes. Simply plug into your extension cord and they manage the rest. Currently keeping my water pipes from freezing as I have a trouble light plugged into the cube.

    Posted on 1/14/2011

    Review of 7142 Review by JILL
    Review of 7142

    The cube blew the breaker in our house every time we tried to use it. My Mom has one and it works fine so I am not sure why ours does what it does.

    Posted on 1/2/2011

    Review of 7142 Review by HOWARD
    Review of 7142

    does not always go on @ 20. stays off too much

    Posted on 1/21/2010

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