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#35897 - 03/22/04 04:00 PM Electric Radiant Floor Heat
jeffrose Offline
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Registered: 02/03/04
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Loc: Boston MA
I am trying to find an electronic line voltage thermostat to control electric radiant floor heat. http://www.nuheat.com/products/index.htm
The problem is that the salesman said to put two 12/2 feeds in one of my boxes for the largest section of floor heat but only supplied a 2 pole tstat rated for 15A .http://www.aubetech.com/english/catalogue/TH115-F.pdf
But I need double that capacity. He did supply me with a relay, but I need more wires to utilize this. Price is not much of an object <$1000.

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#35898 - 03/22/04 06:55 PM Re: Electric Radiant Floor Heat
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Hrm....this is a tough one. I normally use EasyHeat for my floor warming system. Their thermo is rated up to 16 amps. Perhaps you can drop them an email with your question?
www.easyheat.com

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