Gutter moisture sensor
Economy Snow & Ice Melt Control Description
The SCE-GTM-SS gutter-mounted ice sensor measures moisture for roof and gutter deicing systems and is typically used in conjunction with the SCE-AMB-SS outdoor temperature sensor for optimal deicing system operation. Designed for use with SCE-120 Snow and Ice Melting Economy Control, its compact size (105mm H X 30mm W X 13mm D) allows for installation in the gutter or downpipe. The SCE-GTM-SS comes with a 32-foot, 6-conductor, 14 AWG lead to provide flexibility for your installation.
|Activation Temperature||Set at the controller|
|Country of Origin (COO)||Denmark|
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Economy Snow & Ice Melt Control has 18 Questions and Answers.
Our self-regulating heating product is designed to be cut to length at the jobsite by an installer where it can then be end-capped with accessories (sold separately).
However, our constant wattage kits contain heating elements that cannot be shortened or altered in any way.
Cable length needed depends on the sizes and areas of the roof that need to be deiced (roof with gutter, downspouts, valleys, and/or dormers). Our best recommendation is for you to give us a call (1-800-875-5285) and we can help you identify what measurements will need to be taken. Alternatively, you can
measure the dimensions of the aforementioned areas and refer to the installation manual to get an idea of how much cable you'll need.
Electric-resistance heating cables and systems have no polarity. This includes all current WarmlyYours heating elements.
Can the cable be installed to remove already formed ice dams or to clear existing ice or snow from a roof?
It is not recommended to install this product to remove ice dams that have already formed or for the purpose of clearing the roof of existing ice and snow.
We do not recommend leaving the cable on all year long. It's an unnecessary use of energy to run the cable during warm weather and it could actually cause the heating cables to overheat if they're left on during very warm weather.
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