The Electronic Temperature Controller ELEKTRA ETR2 is designed specifically for small snow and ice protection electric heating systems. Produced in accordance with EN 60730-1 and EN 60730-2-9. It consists of a controller, humidity detector and an outdoor air sensor. 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.
• Economical control of ice and snow melting in the outdoor area and gutters
• Detection of temperature and moisture
• Electronic on/off control up to 3,600W
• For roof or gutter applications
• Easy to install
Power supply: 230 V ~ 50/60 Hz
Max. load: 16A, 230 V ~ 50/60 Hz
Temperature range: 0°C ÷ +10°C
Temperature controller protection: IP 20
Controller housing ingress protection: IP 20
Work signalization: LED
Dimensions (H x W x D): 86 x 52 x 59 mm
For Gutters – ETR2, ETOR-55 and ETF-744/99: The sensor type ETOR is designed for mounting in gutters and down pipes etc. ETOR detects moisture, while ETF detects temperature. The snow melting system will be energized only when the outdoor temperature is below the selected setting and snow or ice occurs on the ETOR.
In outdoor areas – ETR2 and ETOG-56T is used: The ETOG sensor is designed for embedding into the surface of the outdoor area. ETOG detects ground temperature and moisture. The ETF-744/99 air sensor can be used for measuring rapidly temperature decreases. The snow melting system will be energized only when the outdoor temperature is below the selected setting and snow or ice occurs on the ETOG.
Gutter sensor type ETOR: Designed for mounting in gutters and down pipes etc. Detects moisture only. Is mounted in combination with outdoor sensor.
Outdoor sensor ETF: Detects temperature. Is used in combination with gutter sensor ETOR, but can also be used separately only for temperature detection. The outdoor sensor can also be used together with the ETOG sensor for outdoor areas. The outdoor sensor detects rapidly decrease in air temperatures avoiding icy areas.