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Nuheat Cable 40 sq ft kit 120V

Item Number: N1C040

Alternate Part Number: N1C040

MFR Part No: N1C040

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Main Features of N1C040 Nuheat Cable 40 sq ft kit 120V

Voltage 120VAC
How to choose 120 or 240 Volt Same Energy efficiency & same Watts/SF. More Sq Footage per circuit with 240v
Watts Per SF 12 Watts per Sq Foot
Heat Output BTUs per SF 41 BTU per Sq Ft/Hour
Heating Power : Total BTU's 1640 BTU total
Manufacturer Nuheat Industries Ltd.
Brand Name Nuheat
Power Lead Type TEW Wire with Stainless Steel ground braid rated to 105 C and 300v max.
Power Lead Length 10 Feet
Power Lead Wire Gauge (varies by heated area) 18 AWG
Packaging Cardboard box, Easy to dispense wire and 36 cable guides
Heating Wire Spacing 3" on center only
Weight 5.5000
Ohms Reading (resistance value) 31 (Range is 29-34 ohms) Nuheat ohms range is -5% to +10%
ZERO* EMF (Electro Magnetic Field) Zero EMF
Controls/Thermostat is required for operation Nuheat Floor sensing thermostat
Conduit required for Power Leads Conduit is required for Power Leads
Width of heating area Feet Variable - you determine layout width, length, shape


Recent Reviews

Overall Product Rating:

(5 out of 5)

By: Rick Greenquist

Jan 10, 2014

Excellent Product

This was an excellent product; well done, well packaged, and the installation instructions were complete and clear. Following are some hints that are worth considering:

- We got "cold feet" so to speak and ended up ordering more cable guides since the space we were heating was an irregular shape. Good idea, since they were inexpensive, but if you are doing a square or rectangular space, you won't need extras.

- We used a hot glue gun to fix all of the cable guides onto cement backer board, and it worked out great.

- We ordered an extra sensor and installed it, leaving the connection cable wound up behind the wall. Another case of "cold feet", brought on by experience in the automation controls business, and a mature age that has given me a different view of what a phrase like "don't worry, it will last forever" means.

- Pay attention to the admonition in the instructions to have a space in the room that you are heating that can either accept extra heating cable, or get robbed of cable to cover a more important area. If you can get that settled in your mind, then the only "unknown" in your project will turn out well.

- We used this product to heat the floor in a entry way. We were not interested in "warm toesies", but we were interested in mitigating the effects of wet northwest weather. Here in Seattle, we get a good share of rainy weather 9 months out of the year. In this kind of environment, you remove your shoes in the entryway of every home you go into. keeping the floor temperature around 10F higher than the indoor air temperature, provided enough heat to gently dry off the shoes before the beginning of the next day. Our two Labradors are also very pleased in the side benefits of guarding the front door.