I have a Hatco warmer and my wires was vandalized by rodents, need wiring schematics from warmer to relay, and control temp switch. m/n UGAL-30D, S/N 5181961427, And item # UGADL.00544
Quite honestly, I've never seen a schematic for a Hatco heat lamp. Nor have I ever seen one with a relay in it -not to say that they don't make them that way. That would be new to me, but still not complicated.
The wiring and components in a heat lamp is very basic. Infinite controls to control the heating elements. A toggle switch to operate the lights. TGGT or MG high temp wire with a suitably rated ampacity to carry the load. High temp terminals. Then the elements.
I couldn't come up with a wiring diagram, but maybe someone else will. In my search, I did find this link for you:
I stand corrected. Looking in the parts manual for Ultra-Glo heaters, there is a relay. It also has an ELECTRONIC infinite control (vice a standard infinite switch) and...there's a wiring diagram. Here's a parts manual:
I can't find the wiring diagram in print (in a PDF), but the parts manual shows that you can order it. You might try calling Hatco at (800) 558-0607 and they might email you what you need.
I had worked on one a few years back.
Was amazed by the amount of thought and effort into what is essentially an on-off switch. I don't hear complaints of anyone's heatlamp (or chargrill) being too hot.
I wish they'd just have a hi-off-low setup. Use a diode to drop the incoming ac voltage to half voltage DC for low output. In an external divorced box. Cheap, simple. Not buzzword compatible though...
A wiring diagram is a simple visual representation for the user. We can save it pdf which is easily print out with a special color printer. Ricoh printer support is expert in diagram printing and also in printing service
I'm coming in late on this after a truck took out my power and internet for 30 hours. But the big question I have is your operating voltage and it sounds like you have the remote control version.
Hey fixbear, this question is two years old. It got brought from the dead by a spammer advertising their printing services.
Thanks. I just wasted 2 hours doing research.
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