12 Volt Heating Package With Infinitely Variable Built-in Heating Control

A continuously adjustable heat output is recommended when the desired temperature must be adapted to a wide variety of temperature fluctuations.

Examples of variable heat outputs include:
  • Heating gloves with >25 watts, which are worn in very cold as well as warmer temperatures
  • Heated clothing that is exposed to a driving wind (the so-called chill factor noticeably increases the cold temperature)
  • heating mats, whose target heating is already designed for the coldest application case
  • comfort-seeking and also temperature-sensitive people (not to forget animals)
  • heating products in general, which are exposed to a decreasing supply voltage (e.g. technical divers with their NiCd batteries)

A later change between the heating controls can usually be carried out.
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