Roof & Gutter De-icing Cable 1,000 ft., 10 Watts/ft., 120 V


Part Number: FP-SR-120-10-1000
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Electric-resistance heating cables and systems have no polarity. This includes all current WarmlyYours heating elements.

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As the names imply, constant wattage cable uses fixed wattage output per linear foot and does not automatically adjust in response to temperature changes. Self-regulating cable is manufactured with a resistance matrix placed between its 2 buss wires that varies the ohms resistance per linear foot to automatically adjust in response to temperature changes. Learn more about this in our blog Self-Regulating vs. Constant Wattage Heating Cables.

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Self Regulating cable is not designed for snow load removal. It is designed for deicing in scuppers, roof overhangs, gutters, downspouts, trench drains, etc.

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Warmly Yours self-regulating cable is suitable for use on standard asphalt or wood shingles, angled cedar, tile or terra cotta, slate, flat membrane-type roofing, and metal roofing.  For attaching, the same clips are used for both slate and cedar roofing.   Always check local codes for approved methods of heating roofs and gutters.

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Product Dimensions

Cable Cross Section 3/8" x 1/4"

Electrical

Connection Method Hardwired
Voltage 120 VAC
Watts 10 watts per linear ft.
Watts Per Ft. 4-10 watts per linear ft.

Identifiers

SKU FP-SR-120-10-1000

Warranty / Certifications

Warranty 10 years

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