Chroma-RG-OD Commercial De-Icing Controllers

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Quick Install

Designed for faster installation to reduce your labor time.

About the Product

The Chroma-RG-OD series of controls is a "Plug and Play" controller for roof and gutter applications. When the snow sensor senses a temperature below the set-point and moisture is present, it activates the contactor energizing the heating elements.

The Technician mode allows installers or technicians to adjust the parameters for customized installations using the electronic controller installed in the front panel. The adjustable Hold-On timer, keeps the outputs to the heaters active to ensure complete freeze protection.

The Hold-On (Time delay) is adjustable in the from 0 to 99 hours. The Chroma-RG Built-in Ground Fault interrupter allows manual reset from the front panel. Three LEDs visible through the transparent plastic cover provides information about the status of the system.

Chroma-RG-OD Models

  • Chroma-RG1-OD – Power box with 1 contactor (30A) & 120V output to heaters
  • Chroma-RG2-OD – Power box with 1 contactor (30A) & 208/240V output to heaters
Chroma-RG-OD Commercial De-Icing Controller

+  Automatic Control for Roof and Gutter De-icing
+  NEMA 4X Outdoor Rated to -40°F
+  30mA Fixed, Integral Ground Fault Circuit Breaker
+  Adjustable Temperature Setpoint 45˚F to -7˚F
+  User Friendly Interface
+  Multiple Sensors Input – Up to 4 Temperature/Moisture Sensors
+  Output Relay 30A @ 120/208/240 VAC
+  Integrated Ground Fault Sensor
+  Adjustable Hold-On Time Delay Range: 0-99 Hours
+  Three Modes of Operation
   • Automatic
   • Manual (ON/OFF)
   • Commissioning
+  Technician Test/Commissioning Mode for Easy and Fast System Testing year Round
+  cULus Rated
+  ETL Certification (US and Canada)
+  RoHS Compliant

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Chromalox heat trace solutions offer a safe, reliable and efficient way for freeze protection and process maintenance of pipes, valves, and tanks in the most extreme conditions.