Automatically turns power on and off according to ambient air temperature.
The ThermoCube can be plugged into any temperature sensitive device on the farm to take the guessing out of when cold weather will hit. Turns on at temperatures less than 35°F and off at 45°F.
Saved electricity repays initial cost.
Use a Hot ThermoCube for energy savings in hot weather.
- Heat lamps
- Tank de-icers
- Engine block heaters
- Pond de-icers
- 3-1/4"L x 1-1/4"W x 1"D
- Maximum wattage 1800
- Turns on at less than 35˚F (2˚C), turns off at 45˚F (7˚C)
Heat Lamp and Accessories
Prima Heat Lamp® (bulb not included)Item #557100 -
A rugged and reliable heat lamp used to warm lambs, goat kids, chickens or for any animal that is sick or cold. Use standard or infrared heat bulbs.$44.50
3-in-1 De-icerItem #520012 -
Prevent livestock water tanks from freezing in the winter months. 1500W power usage.$71.00
Bucket De-icer, 250 wattsItem #520013 -
250W heater keeps small watering buckets from freezing over during winter months.$55.00
Bucket De-icer, 500 wattsItem #520014 -
250W heater keeps small watering buckets from freezing over during winter months.$59.00
Hot ThermoCubeItem #5200081 -
Thermostatically controlled outlet turns on at 78˚F and off at 70˚F. Can be used with industrial fans; exhaust, ventilators, attic and roof.$18.00
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Steve L from Tennessee
Great for turning lamp off when temperatures go up. Keeps from getting too hot and helps prevent a fire.
Sarah W from California
We have not set this up in our barns yet, but we are really looking forward to using it. Our weather changes within hours, and 30°F changes are often in the spring. Since our 4H kids take care of the animals, this may save lambs from being in too hot a setting because the lights get left on?
Cathy M from Ohio
Although we’ve just started using the ThermoCubes within the last month, they work. I looked out towards the chicken coop one morning and wondered why I couldn’t see the heat lamp...well, it’s because the temp had gone high enough that it shut off.
Eric D from Ohio
Awesome, will easily pay for itself.
Roman O from California
Doesn’t reach 35°F temperature in my location, so the Thermocube never turns on the heat lamp. I turn on and turn off myself. I’m sure it would work really well in snowy areas.