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Old 01-09-2014, 10:32 AM   #15
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I found a fantastic buy on the LaCrosse WS9160U-IT. Most places are asking anywhere from $20 to $29. I ordered one of these and am getting the extra two remotes from Amazon.com.


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Joe - Did you already have 110v outlets in your bays or did you add them? If you added them please explain how you did it and what you used for parts.

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I got lucky! There was a 120VAC outlet in one of the bays for an outside TV. I ran extension cords from there to the heaters in the tank bay and the equipment bay. The wet bay already had the 12VDC heater that came with the coach.
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Old 01-09-2014, 04:13 PM   #17
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33 degF is not much margin. I'd be happier at 38 to 40 degF.

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I got lucky! There was a 120VAC outlet in one of the bays for an outside TV. I ran extension cords from there to the heaters in the tank bay and the equipment bay. The wet bay already had the 12VDC heater that came with the coach.
So your running all three heaters off one recept without any issues of triping that outlets circuit breaker?
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I have one similar to this one with three remote sensors. One in the wet bay, one for outside temperature mounted in the generator open compartment and one in an over head cabinet where I have my internet router and associated equipment.
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Bob, a couple of questions before I order one. Do you display the 3 sensors just by cycling through the Channel button? And does it store min/max data for all 3 sensors?
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So your running all three heaters off one recept without any issues of triping that outlets circuit breaker?
Actually, I'm only running two heaters, and they are only pulling 200 watts each, so very little load on the circuit. Remember I said the heater in the wet bay is the 12VDC heater that came with the coach!
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Bob, a couple of questions before I order one. Do you display the 3 sensors just by cycling through the Channel button? And does it store min/max data for all 3 sensors?
Bruce, look again at post #15 before you order from Amazon!
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Bob, a couple of questions before I order one. Do you display the 3 sensors just by cycling through the Channel button? And does it store min/max data for all 3 sensors?
Yes to both questions.
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Actually, I'm only running two heaters, and they are only pulling 200 watts each, so very little load on the circuit. Remember I said the heater in the wet bay is the 12VDC heater that came with the coach!
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