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Farm Innovators Model TC-3 Cold Weather Thermo Cube Thermostatically Controlled Outlet - On at 35-Degrees/Off at 45-Degrees

Thermostatically Controlled Outlet
Available from Amazon.com

Plugs into a standard 15 amp electrical outlet and turns power on automatically according to outside air temperature

Saves money by using power only when temperatures require heating

Two receptacles for use with more than one electrical device

Turns on at 35°F, off at 45°F

Ideal for home and farm applications such as pond de-icers, unheated rooms, pump houses, greenhouses, boats and RV's

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