Well, we are within days of embarking on a bathroom remodeling featuring
a heated floor. I've looked at the thermostat/control units, and
considering that they go in a standard single-gang outlet box, I suspect
they are microprocessor based and work by simply cycling the power on
and off to the heated appliance. Of course, they have to incorporate a
switching mode power supply (I think) so there may be issues there. The
bathroom is right next to the shack, so there may be some bypasses and
inductors in my future.
73, Pete N4ZR
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On 1/3/2011 1:47 PM, M Roden wrote:
> Great question! The wife is planning same for us in the bath remodel
> as well as a towel warmer, shish - what did we do before technology?
> Interested in anyone's experience - whether your unit or one you
> tracked down as an interferer.
> On Jan 3, 2011, at 1:37 PM, email@example.com wrote:
>> I need to replace my flooring and am considering adding an electric cable
>> type radiant floor heating system. Would appreciate hearing from people
>> with similar systems regarding RFI experiences (hopefully lack of) from the
>> heating elements or thermostat units. I don't have any particular brand in
>> mind at this point.
>> TNX es HNY
>> 73, Robert KR7O/YB2ARO, DM07ba/OI52ee (ex. N7STU)
>> www.vhfdx.com (KR7O/YB2ARO homepages)
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