SIT-6E Catalog Page

SIT-6E Catalog Page
Heating Cable
Pavement Sensor
• Reliable Snow Sensing
• Control Based on Pavement
• Rugged Construction
• Simple Installation
• Low Voltage Construction
The SIT-6E senses snow as moisture detected
below 3.3˚C (38˚F). Operation in the 32 to 38
degree temperature range eliminates unnecessary heater operation.
The SIT-6E accurately measures pavement
temperature by compensating for its internal
heating. This eliminates the cost and complexity of a separate pavement temperature
sensor. For improved efficiency, the
SIT-6E mounts closely to the deicing heaters
to ensure that pavement and sensor become
dry at about the same time.
The new mounting system helps align the
SIT-6E with the pavement surface. Six available conduit locations add to installation flexibility and simplicity. The sensor subassembly
is field replaceable without disturbing the
pavement. The SIT-6E is a NEC Class 2 low
voltage device which simplifies installation.
Only brass, epoxy, and stainless steel are
exposed to the pavement surface. Precision
machining gives the SIT-6E a handsome appearance that will please the building owner,
engineer, and architect.
snow melting
The SIT-6E, which replaces the SIT-5E,
reliably detects snow and ice conditions on
pavement surfaces. This ensures that deicing
heaters operate only while needed which
minimizes energy costs without sacrificing
snow melting effectiveness. A built-in hold-on
timer keeps heaters operating for an hour
after snow stops to help ensure complete
snow melting.
Specifications and Ordering Information
Model Number
SIT-6E Pavement Mounted Sensor
Stock Status: S = stock AS = assembly stock
To Order—Specify model, PCN and quantity.
NS = non-stock
The ETI logo is a registered trademark of Environmental Technology, Inc. SIT is a trademark of
Environmental Technology, Inc. Copyright 2000, All rights reserved.
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