Snow and ice falling from buildings

by Joe Hektor | Apr 11, 2018 |

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How to avoid Snow and ice falling from buildings.

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Is a snow sensor required for a SC-40C?

by David Mays | Jul 26, 2017 |

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No, the SC-40C does not use a snow sensor, it is completely controlled by the attached APS-4C. However, the SC-40C does require the High-Temperature sensor Thermistor to be connected (or bypassed with a 470K-ohm resistor) in order for the unit to...

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How can I test the snow sensor?

The APS-3C and APS-4C controllers utilize the CIT-1 aerial snow sensor, the GIT-1 gutter snow sensor and the SIT-6E pavement snow sensor to detect weather conditions. All three of the sensors work in the same way, they require a temperature below 38...

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Is there a way to make the system come on with temperature only?

by David Mays | Jul 21, 2017 |

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The EUR-5A is designed to turn on and off, as the weather requires heat to deal with snow or icing conditions. Although a thermostatic dry contact switch can be used to override the system on for temperature alone, is not recommended since it will...

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LCD-8 Wire Gauge Connections

Connecting ETI's Snow Switch® Model LCD-8 is a simple matter. Even for a nifty bit of controller technology.

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Temperature Sensor Placement?

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