Power Cord - A full 72inch power cord provides
unprecedented convenience for proper pad placement within the sleep system to
preven pad and sensor contact. The added length also creates an easy
install environment that allows the consumer to set up the controls in any
- Wood Frame Waterbed Heater - Click the picture for more details
- EMF Ultra low
- 32 Gauge Nickle/Copper Flexible Circuitry
- Copper Wire Pad (Not a Foil)
- 48 gauge thermal fused Duraflex Vinyl
- 18 Gauge Power Cord
- 4 Year Full Warranty
- 300 watts Energy Sentry Design
- All New Digital Readout.
- Accuracy 1/10 Degree
- Complete Control and Heater Pad
- This heater is designed to be used with a wood frame
waterbed and softsides that have a fill depth of at least 8 inches or more.
- You will receive heater control and a heater pad with
- Certified to UL approval
L-Cut Fuse - The consumer "Goof
Proof" fuse eliminates the possibility of a catastrophic situation from
occuring. Designed to sense high temperature abnormality in operation, the
fuse will completely shut down the pad to prevent unsafe conditions.
Pad Size: Since 300 Watts are needed to
properly heat a traditional waterbed, a larger pd will lower operating
temperatures and eliminate hotspots. Thermal Guardian has the largest pad
and lowest watt density. Pad Size is 461.5 Sq. Inches
Watt Density: The Thermal Guardian large
461.5 sq inch pad gives it not only the lowest watt density, but the lowest
temperature density, extending mattress and heater life.
- I have a wood frame waterbed can I use this heater?
Yes, this heater is designed to be used with a wood frame waterbed.
- I don't see the pad in the picture, does it come with
one? Yes, the pad comes with the heater control.
- Where do I put the heater pad on? The heater pad lays
directly on the wood, underneath the safety liner.
- Where do I put the sensor? This lays on the wood
at least 12 inches away from the heater pad. Too close and the sensor will
pick up the heat from the pad and shut off prematurely.
- Should I drain my mattress to put the pad down or can
I just pull back the mattress and shove it underneath? You should ALWAYS
drain your mattress before installing the heater. The heater might fold on
itself if you try to shove it underneath. Pulling up of your mattress might
also damage the internal wave reduction system if you have one.
- Should I just use my heater in the winter time? A
mattress without a heater installed is quite cold. It will pull the heat from
your body. This is not safe nor is it healthy. We recommend the use of a heater
year round for two reasons. One, it's comfortable and two, it helps prolong
the life of the vinyl by keeping the temperature constant.
If you still have questions, feel free to call
us at 1-800-4-MYREST