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.
- 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)
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Aaron E from Iowa
I'm running two heat lamps off one of these. No problems, seems to be able to handle the load fine. I don't have to worry about remembering to plug the heat lamps in at night now.
Peter M from Vermont
I use this for a Premier 1 Bucket De-Icer and it works great. It saves electricity by only turning on when the air temperature in the barn is cold enough to freeze the water. Works great!
Delena N from Utah
Product did not work at all. It's been 15 degrees at night and it didn't turn on. I pitched it and just left my heat lamp on 24/7.
Stephen O from Wisconsin
Works in controling the temp. in the chicken coop.
Victoria D from Maine
Product did stated. No worries about the waste of electricity or if the appliances hooked up to it are going to come or shut off when the temperatures drop or rise. One less thing to be concern about.