Ground Fault Sensor


Ground Fault Sensor

C$319.00



Power Modulator Snow Melt Control Description

Offers the ability to save money and handle a higher amount of power than the average control. The electrical boxes reduce spending by offering a built-in GFS (ground fault sensor). Additionally, the Power Modulator allows you to break up a snow melting system into multiple zones, which is great for large driveways with limited available amperage. The Power Modulator can then activate the individual zones independently until the entire driveway is clear. This not only helps save cost, but it also puts control in your hands by letting you set the amount of time that each zone should be active.

Specifications

Product Dimensions

Length 8.5″
Width 8.5″

Identifiers

SKU SCPM-CO-120-RP-GFS
UPC (GTIN-12) 881308060459

Electrical

Voltage 120 VAC

Warranty / Certifications

Warranty 2 years

Customer Questions & Answers

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Is it okay to cut the heating cable if it is too long for the application for which it was designed?

Never cut the heating cable. A heating cable will not work if it has been cut. If the heating cable is too long, call WarmlyYours to consult with a technician who will guide you in utilizing the additional length of cable.

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How does the electric snow melting system compare to hot water tubing (hydronic) systems?

The material costs are similar. However, electric systems are easier to install, with fewer components and significantly lower maintenance costs. Electric systems will run for a shorter period of time to give the same level of performance but with much higher energy efficiency (typically 95%-98% efficient). Controls and sensors required for the two types of systems are very similar. Electric systems do not usually require slab insulation and do not create the concerns typically associated with hydronic systems. These concerns include, but are not limited to, return temperatures, flue gas venting, waterway shrinkage and property damage caused by leaking pipes or tubes.

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Does the factory splice need to be completely embedded during installation?

Yes. The manufacturer's splice that connects the heating element to the cold lead should be entirely embedded in a noncombustible material (like asphalt, concrete, or mortar) within the outdoor surface that is being heated. 

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May I cross or overlap the heating cable?

Never cross, overlap, or allow the heating cables to touch each other. Doing so will quickly cause a circuit failure due to excessive heat build up. Always follow the product instructions and/or design layout plan to ensure the cable is installed with the correct spacing required for proper operation.

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May I cut the cold lead wires?

The electrician may shorten the cold lead wires during the installation. Any lead wire extensions/splices must be made in a junction box in accordance with the installation instructions, and must comply with all national and local electrical codes. Never cut the heating cable.

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