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Need advice on how to go about getting custom controls made
I have an idea I am wanting to pull the trigger on. I'm building a space heater. 600/ 900/1500 watts. The idea of the way the unit heats is unique and have searched for days and I have not found a thing similar in anyway. I built a makeshift unit and it blows the 5 top of the line space heater units I purchased and dissected away. Other units held the temp today around 68 degrees in my living room. Right now its 28 degrees outside here in new York and my living room is 83 degrees. None of the units store purchased 1000 sq ft 1500 watt $200 to $50 units could accomplish this tempeture, as a matter of fact none made youfeel toasty as my mmakeshift unit does. The question I have is this. I want to take my idea and system,unit to the next level. I purchased a 1500 watt duraflame quarts heater and like the design of it. It has a digital thermostat control panel on the front with remote. The control panel is linked to a board with 2 relays and a small transformer and diodes etc. From the board 115 lines are ran and to the 6 quarts heating elements. All contained in a sheet metal box then installed in a wood cabinet. Looks nice. Now I'm wanting to take my idea to the next level and build my unit the right way. I want to know where to go to get a custom control panel, custom board,remote etc, for my unit so I can make a presentable safe unit. I then want to make 10 of these and get the unit UL approved, then mass produce these for market. I want to keep my heater here in the USA and build and make it here in the USA if possible. I am a laymen so please go easy. Thanks in advance for any help.
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