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Old 12-31-2010, 12:15 PM   #1
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I posted these questions in Off-road section but figured this section would probably get more responses. Is anyone using one of these and if so what are you using to power tray? Need to know if these can be connected directly to 12v power supply or do I need a rheostat to tailor voltage to obtain a certain temperature? Any information is greatly appreciated.
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MuchMore also sells a temperature control unit (I think the part number is 3080?). The tray will get very hot if wired straight to a 12v source.
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