Provide Heat in Enclosures that Contain Electronics Sensitive to Cold or Condesation
RLH Heater Kits are designed to provide heat in enclosures that contain electronics sensitive to cold temperatures or prone to condensation. Heater kits include a thermostat and all mounting hardware.
25W and 50W heaters are radiant style heaters with separate outboard thermostats, while the 100W heater contains an active ventilation fan and integrated thermostat.
RLH Heater Kits may be factory installed when ordered with RLH Enclosures. Installation instructions are included for retrofit applications.
- Attaching stainless steel hardware and accessories are included
- Includes user adjustable thermostat
- 50W heater is recommended for cabinets up to H24″xW24″xD18″
- 100W heater is recommended for cabinets from H30″xW24″xD12″ up to H40″xW32″xD18″
$165.00 – $330.00
Lead Time: 1 Week*
For product questions, volume pricing and/or delivery outside of the US and Canada, please contact sales.
|Short description||Part number||Price|
|50 Watt Convection Heater Kit with Thermostat, Recommended for Enclosures sized H20”xW16”xD8” up to H24”xW24”xD18”||RLH-H50ST-01||$165.00|
|100 Watt Convection Heater Kit with Thermostat, Recommended for Enclosures sized H30”xW24”xD12” up to H40”xW32”xD18”||RLH-HT100-01||$330.00|
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*Lead times are estimates and may vary. You will be contacted within 1 business day to go over the details of your order. If you require a specific date, let us know!
*Days = Business Days
Warning: This product can expose you to chemicals including arsenic, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.