Thermostat Power Module to Expand Coverage
- Universal voltage: suitable for 120V or 240V applications
- Built-in Class A 5 mA GFCI with GFCI test light
- Easy connections: fits single-gang (2 in.) box
120 & 240 Volt Compatibility
Built-in self-testing GFCI for safety
UL Listed For Safety
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The QuietWarmth Power Module serves as an extension point for large open areas. It is not required when installing small areas. You will still need a dedicated 20 amp circuit and a thermostat to control your heat mat.
You can operate multiple QuietWarmth heating mats with one thermostat. For a 120V system you can power up to 150 sf; for 240V system you can power up to 300 sf per thermostat. If your area exceeds that, you can use a Power Module to extend that coverage. A Power Module will require its own dedicated 20 amp circuit.
The QuietWarmth Power Modules are dual voltage and can control 240V or 120V.
All QuietWarmth thermostats have a built-in GFCI, so we do not recommend a GFCI breaker as that can cause nuisance tripping. The system should be installed on a dedicated 20 amp circuit.
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