Hearth Products Controls 312-EIMOD Electronic Module for EI Systems

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SKU
312-EIMOD
Regular Price $615.00
Special Price $492.00
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About the Manufacturer

HPC is on the cutting edge of outdoor gas fire pit technology and offers a wide variety of burners to fit the need of any construction or do-it-yourself project. All HPC fire pit rings have staggered burner ports for a more natural-looking flame pattern and presence. Both stainless steel and cold rolled steel burners are available, and both feature ports that are drilled, not punched, for optimal quality; the burner hub is raised above the concentric rings to reduce the risk of water in the valve or gas line.

Product Overview

Hearth Products Controls 312-EIMOD Electronic Module for EI Systems provides a premium electronic control module for electronic ignition DIY fire pit kits. The unique design allows for electronic ignition of high/low fire pit kits. This system has been designed specifically for use with HPC On/Off High/Low EI systems.

Features

  • Replacement electronic module for DIY fire pit kits
  • Designed specifically for use with HPC EI kits
More Information
Manufacturer Hearth Products Controls
Manufacturer Part Number 312-EIMOD
Made in USA No
Manufacturer Part Number 312-EIMOD
5
/ 5
1 Review

fred
December 11
This is very expensive. However it did the job, and pit is back to working fine. The tech I spoke with saved me time as I was just going to do igniter. He told me how to check module and it was bad.

About the Manufacturer

HPC is on the cutting edge of outdoor gas fire pit technology and offers a wide variety of burners to fit the need of any construction or do-it-yourself project. All HPC fire pit rings have staggered burner ports for a more natural-looking flame pattern and presence. Both stainless steel and cold rolled steel burners are available, and both feature ports that are drilled, not punched, for optimal quality; the burner hub is raised above the concentric rings to reduce the risk of water in the valve or gas line.