SoHo Hub

Learn more about the primary power and control hub for SoHo hydronic fan-boosted heating terminals.

Power and control box for SoHo-W

Houses primary power and controls for SoHo hydronic fan-boosted heating terminals. The housing is 20 gauge (1mm) galvanized steel, pre-painted black. Up to sixteen SoHo units can be connected to each Hub; power and control signals are transmitted via plug & play molex connection.

An optional integrated 24VAC transformer is available, which can power additional external devices (such as water valves).

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Product Details

Standard dimensions 12” x 7” x 2.5” (305mm x 178mm x 65mm) 
Electrical supply is compatible with 120V / 208V / 277V 
Integrated XFMR 12” x 10” x 4” (305mm x 254mm x 102mm)
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