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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Lisa S from Idaho
This is so helpful! It turns on the heat lamp when it is needed. I love how much easier it has made my life, and it is going to save us a lot on electricity.
Deni H from Texas
Nice to have this ThermoCube in the chicken coop. The weather cools off at night and it’s great to know if the temperature drops I don’t have to turn on the heat lamp, the ThermoCube does it for me!
Tiffany E from Idaho
Works great and very convenient.
Desiree F from New York
I love this. Worked great, as the last few days have been below 30 (okay in the teens) so the heater came on. Last night temps rose and the heater went off, just as it was supposed to.
Noah B from Alabama
Didn’t work at all. Hooked heat lamps for kinkajous last night. Temps below 30° and no heat last night. Expensive mistake.