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Item Code: ETI19040

Description:  LCD-3-240V Snow Switch UL

ETI (Environmental Technology Inc.) Automatic Snow Melting Control. Aerial Snow Controller. Automatic Deicing / Rain Blower Control


available for order,
delivery is subject to manufacturing time

ETI (Environmental Tech.)




Voltage: 240 VAC
Phase: 1 Phase
Output Relay: 16 Amps at 120/240 VAC
Applications: Snow Melting Systems
Manufacturer: Environmental Technology Inc
Included: Controller

Features of ETI LCD-3-240-UL Snow Melting and Deicing Control

The ETI LCD-3 240 VAC UL Deicing Control automatically controls small aperture antenna deicing heaters. The deicing heaters operate between 17degF (-8.3degC) and 38degF (3.3degC) during precipitation and will remain on for a 1 hour hold-on time after precipitation stops to ensure complete ice and snow melting.

Low temperature lockout at 17degF

Microprocessor control

Combined moisture and temperature sensors

Smart bypass switch for system testing

UL Listed

FCC Part B Compliance

Housing material is UV stabilized

The Smart Bypass Switch permits on site testing. The control changes back to automatic operation after 40 hours if operating personnel leave the switch in the wrong position by accident.