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Controls - Floor Heating Systems -

CAG and MAG Series

 

 

OTH3600-GA SERIES 

Non programmable electronic thermostat
for floor heating systems 

The OTH3600-GA model combines simplicity and elegance with cutting-edge technology. It features limited number of buttons, for easy operation. The backlit display activates when any button is pressed. There are also two regulation modes: one to control ambient temperature and another for floor temperature. This thermostat has a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) to ensure maximum safety. It also features an auxiliary contact that can be used to control additional heat sources, either by using a slave module for heated floors (TR1310 Series) or a relay and low-voltage transformer for electric heat
 

OTH3600P-GA SERIES 

Programmable electronic thermostat
for floor heating systems
As well as offering the core modes of the OTH3600-GA, the OTH3600P-GA model can start the heating system at preprogrammed times on different days. You can set specific temperatures for four periods on each day of the week. Lower the temperature at night and when nobody is home to reduce energy costs without affecting your comfort. A "no-freeze" mode is also available for extended periods of absence in a second home or cottage. This thermostat has a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) to ensure maximum safety.

It also features an auxiliary contact that can be used to control additional heat sources, either by using a slave module for heated floors (TR1310 Series) or a relay and low-voltage transformer for electric heaters.

 

TR1310 SERIES

Slave unit for floor heating systems

The TR1310 series slave units are specially designed for large floor heating applications exceeding 15 Amps. They drive their own part of the floor and are also equipped with a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI). These modules, which are controlled by a main thermostat of the OTH3600 series, require only one thermostat to regulate large areas.

Models

Product #  Description Volts Amp. Protection
OTH3600-GA1 Non programmable electronic thermostat
for floor heating systems
120/208/240 15 GFCI 5mA2
OTH3600P-GA1 Non programmable electronic thermostat
for floor heating systems
TR1310-120-240GA Slave unit for floor heating systems - - -

1 15’ (4.6 m) floor sensor included.
2 GFCI: Ground fault circuit interrupter.


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Discontinued models

  Product # Description Volts Amp. Protection Instructions
UDG-4999-LC1 Programmable electronic thermostat 
for floor heating systems
120/208/240 15 DDFT5mA3
UTN-4999-LC2 Non programmable electronic thermostat
for floor heating systems
USG-4000 Slave unit for floor heating systems

1 Built-in ambient sensor and 10' (3 m) floor sensor included.
2 10' (3 m) floor sensor included.
3 GFCI: Ground fault circuit interrupter.