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It is still snowing outside but the snow is no longer being melted off my roof.
Where you place the moisture sensor for your snow melting controller is crucial. Click “Read More” for instructions.
DS8 Controller Wiring
Take a look at the wiring configuration of the DS-8. Click “Read More” for details.
This page discusses the purpose of the LD Dip Switch and how it will determine the length of time your system will remain off when DEL (Dip Switch 3) is set to the ON position.
This page will explain the purpose of the LTC Dip Switch and the recommended settings for the most efficient installation.
This page explains the purpose of DEL or Dip Switch 3 and how it activates the Delay-Off feature on the DS8 controller.
No, the ASE series does not have built in GFCI. Please click “Read More” for details.
Take a look at the inside of the DS-8 and preview the setting options available. Click “Read More” for details.
I installed my DS8 and my heating system but it is not melting any snow or ice.
You will need to examine the positioning of moisture sensor of your snow melting controller. Click “Read More” for details.
The yellow light at the bottom of my sensor keeps on blinking. Is something wrong?
Quite the opposite actually. A blinking yellow light on your snow melting controller means everything is working correctly. Click “Read More” for details.
Can my system be programmed to only detect rain?
No. Your snow melting controller is specifically designed to detect snow and freezing rain. Click “Read More” for more information.
After a deicing cycle is complete my pavement still has some snow on it. Why?
You may need to adjust your “Delay Off” setting. Click “Read More” to learn how to do this.
Which snow melting controller is best for me: DS2, DS5, DS8 or ET02?
We have provided you with details that will help you choose the right controller for your needs. Click “Read More” for vital information.
Mounting and Installation
Here you will find some helpful tips for a successful installation. Click “Read More” for details.