VendingMiser VM161
Model: VM161

Secondary unit for use in conjunction with the VM160. Up to three VM161 units can be connected to a VM160 for a total of four units controlled by one sensor.


$167.13 USD


was $191.00

Availability: 3 to 4 Weeks





Outdoor Secondary Unit with Wall Mount & 10' Repeater Cable

Save money and conserve energy with the VendingMiser.

VendingMiser VM161 is a secondary unit to be linked to the VM160 adding additional sensors to one energy controller. Up to three VM161 units can be connected to a VM160 for a total of four units controlled by one sensor. VendingMiser is for use on refrigerated vending machines.

Parts Included:

  • 1 VendingMiser Controller
  • 1 Outdoor Wall Mounting Plate
  • 1 10' Repeater Cable
  • 1 Weatherproof Enclosure with screws

What is VendingMiser?

VendingMiser is a power controller and sensor kit that regulates your power consumption while prolonging the lifespan of your machines.

The External VendingMiser uses a controller and a machine mounted sensor which monitors room occupancy. The VendingMiser is activated when a customer is within 25 feet of the machine and powers down the machine after 15 minutes of vacancy. VendingMiser automatically repowers the cooling system at one to three hour intervals, independent of sales to ensure the product stays cold.

VendingMiser VM161 Specifications

Input Voltage 115V
Input Frequency 50/60 Hz
Maximum Load 12A (steady-state)
Power Consumption Less than 1W (standby)
Occupancy Timeout 15 minutes
Auto Re-power 90 minutes maximum. Dynamically adjusted, based on ambient temperature
Dimensions 4.5"W x 1.75"H x 3.25"D
Weight 2.2 lb
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What's included with the VendingMiser VM161

  • VendingMiser Controller
  • Outdoor Wall Mounting Plate
  • 10' Repeater Cable
  • Weatherproof Enclosure with Screws

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