ETR2We cannot change the weater - but we do control the consequences
The ETR2 gives an economical control of ice-and snow melting for all smaller applications. With focus on power consumption and easy installation, the ETR2 keeps gutters and small ground areas free of ice and snow.
- Detection of temperature and moisture
- Electronic on/off control up to 3,600W
- For roof or gutter applications
- Easy to install
- Adjustable moisture sensitivity
- Possibility to activate forced heat
- Economical control of ice and snow melting in the outdoor area and gutters
|Product Sheet, ETR2, English|
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|Product Sheet, ETR2, French|
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|Product Sheet, ETR2, German|
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|Product Sheet, ETR2, Russian|
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|User Manual, ETR2 (EN, DE, FR, RU, IT, PL, CZ)|
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|Instructions, ETR2 (EN, DE, FR, RU, IT, PL, CZ)|
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|Product Catalogue 2020, Australasia / Africa, English|
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|Product Catalogue 2020, Europe-Asia-South-America, English|
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|Application Note, ETR2, Used in hydronic app., English|
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|Product Note, ETR2, Sensitivity option, English|
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What do I do with the last two wires (pink and grey)?
The ETOR-55 is now fitted with the same cable as the ETOG-55 - and can therefor be connected in the same way as the ETOG. Alternatively these two wires can be cut off (wires are not connected/used in sensor).
I need to know what I'm suppose to measure on my ETOG-55 sensor.
How do I connect an old ETSG-55 with a ETR2-1550 controller?
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