The Warmup DCM-PRO Cable is a custom designed cable compatible with all uncoupling membranes. It can be installed at 2, 3 or 4 pegs. The cable itself allows primary heating thanks to the twin-core ETFE cable, for highest output. It is guaranteed 30-years. Even better results when used with Warmup 4iE Smart WiFi programmable thermostat.

Where do I run the cold lead and sensor probe during DCM-PRO installation?

The cold tail lead and the sensor probe should be run in separate conduits. This will prevent any interference from the cold tail lead affecting the temperature readings from the sensor probe.

How do I test my system using a Megger (Mega-Ohmmeter)?

The megger is used as a quality control measure to test the insulation resistance to detect any fault in the heater cable jacket. Such leaks cannot be spotted with a regular ohmmeter and help spot any damage to the cable and cable jacket.

What spacing should my DCM-PRO cable be?

This page explains the DCM-PRO spacing guidelines and recommendations.

What is the DCM-PRO cable made of?

This page describes the composition of the DCM-PRO cable and the different components that make up this heating system.

How long is the cold lead on the DCM-PRO cable?

The conductor cores and ground braid of the 10′ cold lead are factory joined in a water resistant joint assembly to each supply conductor and ground conductor of the unheated lead.

When should I check my resistance readings for the DCM-PRO cables?

Outlined description of when to test your DCM-PRO cable and why you should do it.

Where do I install the DCM-PRO Factory Joint?

This page explains the positioning of the factory joint to ensure a successful installation of your Warmup heating system.

How do I know which voltage to run to my DCM-PRO cables?

This page explains how to determine which voltage to run to your DCM-PRO heating system.

Can I Install a Warmup System Under Carpet Tiles?

The Warmup DCM-PRO or StickyMat system may be used under carpet tiles as long as it is embedded in latex based modified polymer self-leveling compound prior to the installation of the carpet tiles.