Econo-Heat wall panel heater offers out-of-the-way wall mounting along with an economic way of providing efficient room heating at a low cost Using natural convection technology, heat is mainly generated behind the heater in the space between the panel and the wall, which leads to an efficient up draught of heated air circulated into the room (the heated air rises at a speed of over 2 feet per second) This principle of convection means that about 90% of the heat comes from the back of the panel, while only 10% is radiated from the front of the panel This form of background heating is extremely economical, safe and efficient It operates at relatively low surface temperatures (165–195°F, dependent on the ambient temperature), and uses minimal electricity Energy saving, save up to 50% on you heating costs Ultra slim compact design Whole room heater as opposed to freestanding locality heaters Efficiently warms a room of approximately 120 square foot room Non-flammable, non-combustible No drying of the air, no oxygen burnt up Asbestos free, contains no harmful chemicals or metals Safer for children and pets, no exposed elements, gas or fan Can be painted with water-based acrylic paints to suit any decor style Includes wall mounting bracket kit and instructions
Wattage: 400 Watts Voltage: 120 Volts Weight: 14 lbs Power Rating: 3.3 Amps, 120V, 50Hz Max Surface Temp: 165-195°F (depending on ambient temperature Dimensions: 23" x 23" x 3/8" Cord Length: 64" UL Listed: Yes
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posted: Oct. 1, 2012 @ 7:49a
Hmmm...No built in thermostat. Just and On-Off switch. Kind of defeats the econo label for me. I turn it on and it runs no mater how warm the room gets until you turn it off. Evidently the company sells a thermostat for extra money...
I'll pass until they figure this design out.
posted: Oct. 1, 2012 @ 8:45a
400W = 1364 BTU
You probably have to live in Florida for this thing to actually provide enough heat
posted: Oct. 1, 2012 @ 8:51a
I have 1 of these. Works great for a bedroom. I plug it into a programmable wall outlet and it does the job.
posted: Oct. 3, 2012 @ 6:47p
Wow, 400 watts for $64. This is more like a small bathroom heater from Europe.
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