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Old 11-29-2009, 04:10 PM   #1
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Default Thermo Cube



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!

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Plug your appliance into the cold weather Thermo Cube and plug it into the wall. When the temperature drops below 35 the Thermo Cube will turn your appliance ON. When the temperature raises up past 45 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 in a 20 ON/30 OFF version.
I saw this on Wolf's Motorhome Modifications site: ... index.html about his Class A Motor home mods
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Old 12-02-2009, 03:43 AM   #2
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Default Re: Thermo Cube

Short lived fix?
Sounds like the fans work better. They look like what we used to have to cool
the old 3420 tape drives and 3725s and other computer peripherals. When one
would blow, the device would over heat and we'd start getting failure alarms.
In his A, overheating is good!
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