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HangarBot Outdoor Outlet

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Part# 11-19080
MFR Model# PR-MSS620


    Why do I need this?
  • Improper preheating time can destroy your planeís engine, but so can leaving your preheater on 24/7. Take control of your time with the HangarBot Outdoor Outlet so your aircraft will be ready when you are!
    How is Hangarbot different?
  • Designed by a pilot for pilots. With HangarBotís Outdoor Outlet, you can now manage and monitor your flying experience in ways not previously possible with 1 simple app.
    This weatherproof coated, 120 Volt Smart Outlet connects and communicates with your HangarBot Hub to provide remote control of anything with an on/off switch including engine block heaters, lights, fans, and more!
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  • Input: 100-125V~, 50/60Hz 10A
  • Output: Max.10A/1250W Resistive, 8A/1000W Tungsten, 1/2HP for indoor use
  • Waterproof: IP44
  • Dimensions: (W x D x H) 3 x 3.3 x 1.6 in. (excluding power cord)
  • Power Cord Length: 7.5 inch
  • Wireless Standard: IEEE 802.11 b/g/n, 2.4GHz


  • Pick a base station: HangarBot 4G Hub (I donít have Wi-Fi in my hangar) or HangarBot Hardwire Hub (I have Wi-Fi in my hangar)
  • Smartphone running iOS 9 or higher or Android 4.1 or higher
  • FREE HangarBot Mobile App (Latest version)
  • Cellular Data Plan or pre-existing Wi-Fi connection
  • Interested in HangarBot's Wi-Fi capabilities? Find the connectivity plan that fits your needs with HangarBot Data Plans starting as low as $15/per month.



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