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48 in. 1,000-Watt 240-Volt Electric Baseboard Heater in White

$40.98 /each
  • Convection heating helps heat a space up to 175 sq. ft.
  • Quiet operation makes it perfect for any area in the home
  • High quality durability backed with a lifetime guarantee

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The Cadet Electric Baseboard Heater utilizes convection heat to provide efficient warmth. The quiet operation, and low cost installation make it a perfect choice for a bedroom or any area of your home that requires additional warmth. Designed for ease of installation with pre-punched mounting holes, this hardwired heater can be wired at either end. Rugged U.S.A. steel construction with powder coated white paint for a durable, premium finish. A thermostat is required and sold separately.

  • No cords - requires hard-wired installation for a permanent, safe, reliable heating solution
  • Thermostat sold separately - choose a line voltage wall thermostat or BTF unit-mount thermostat for temperature control
  • Operates 1000-Watts at 240-Volts or 750-Watts at 208-Volts
  • Convection heating helps circulate air to heat a space up to 175 sq. ft.
  • Timeless and proven fin construction maximizes surface area to funnel heated air and aid convection of air flow
  • Contemporary baseboard design is built to industry standard lengths to easily replace your current baseboard or match any new construction footprint
  • A high-temperature safety device switches heater off if normal operating temperatures are exceeded
  • Powder coating provides a smooth finish resistant to corrosion, scratches, fading, and wear
  • Steel-sheathed element offers excellent heat transfer and high quality durability
  • Pre-punched case at 1 in. intervals and accessible front caps provide easy installation of heater
  • Universal wiring allows you to install at either end of baseboard
  • Quiet operation makes it perfect for any area in the home, especially bedrooms
  • UL listed for safety
  • Lifetime warranty
  • White color
  • Match your heater to the voltage at connection: confirm if you have a 120-Volt or 240-Volt power supply before purchase; you can check your breaker, use a voltmeter, or look at the voltage on your old heater’s label if replacing
  • Make sure you choose the right Electric Baseboard Heater for your space

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Are these Cadet baseboard heaters hot to the touch? I would like to install in a bathroom at my cottage but am concerned about grandchildren touching

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Anything that produces heat will be hot to the touch. The unit actually was hotter than expected when I put my fingers on the bottom section. Best option install the unit and tell the grandkids if you touch it you can get burned. There are warning labels on the unit as well.
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For the bathroom, Cadet recommends a wall fan heater instead of a baseboard heater because fan heaters provide instant warmth; the ideal heaters for the bathroom are the Cadet Com-Pak Bath. This heater carries the UL Mark and has undergone extensive safety testing to an established UL standard. However, as noted on the product label and in the Owner’s Guide “This heater is hot when in use. To avoid Read More
For the bathroom, Cadet recommends a wall fan heater instead of a baseboard heater because fan heaters provide instant warmth; the ideal heaters for the bathroom are the Cadet Com-Pak Bath. This heater carries the UL Mark and has undergone extensive safety testing to an established UL standard. However, as noted on the product label and in the Owner’s Guide “This heater is hot when in use. To avoid burns, do not let bare skin touch hot surfaces. Use extreme caution when any heater is used by or near children and whenever the heater is left operating unattended.” Cadet recommends that children are carefully supervised around any brand of heater. Read Less
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Yes, somewhat they are. They are not completely cool.
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March 15, 2013
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Yes all electric baseboard heaters are hot to the touch. You should also keep draperies away from them .. Hope this helps. Anton.
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We purchased 2 - 120 volt 4ft cadet baseboard heaters and 1 - 240 volt 6 ft baseboard heater will this thermostat work on both

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Kingman, az
October 4, 2012
Cadet Single-Pole Electric Baseboard-Mount Mechanical Thermostat White
Model # BTF1W
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You need to add up the # of Maximum watts. Off the top of my head NO. The thermostat will tell you what the max wattage is and the unit will tell you the number of watts it uses. Pretty self explanatory.
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You will need a seperate thermostat for the 120 volt circuit and another seperate one for the 240 volt circuit because they are seperate dedicated circuits. If all three units were 240 volt then it would be feasable to use one thermostat.
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Hello gt,
Thanks so much for the valuable question. Yes, the Cadet baseboard thermostat model BTF1W will work on each of the Cadet baseboard heater models that you purchased. You will need one thermostat for each heater, or three total.
We've included a link to the baseboard and thermostat installation video that will help with your project.
Thanks again for asking. It's a great question for the Read More
Hello gt,
Thanks so much for the valuable question. Yes, the Cadet baseboard thermostat model BTF1W will work on each of the Cadet baseboard heater models that you purchased. You will need one thermostat for each heater, or three total.
We've included a link to the baseboard and thermostat installation video that will help with your project.
Thanks again for asking. It's a great question for the community. Read Less
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How well will this heat an area of about18'X18' (324 square feet)

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February 18, 2016
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No, this will not be sufficient for your needs.
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February 17, 2016
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Hi Fred and thank you for your question.
As a rule of thumb we recommend using between 6 and 10 watts per square foot. If this is your primary source of heat in the room you will want to use 8-10 watts per square foot, but if it's supplemental heat you could use 6-8 watts per square foot.
Based on this rule, for a room that is 324 square feet you would want to use between 2,000 and 3,000 watts. You may Read More
Hi Fred and thank you for your question.
As a rule of thumb we recommend using between 6 and 10 watts per square foot. If this is your primary source of heat in the room you will want to use 8-10 watts per square foot, but if it's supplemental heat you could use 6-8 watts per square foot.
Based on this rule, for a room that is 324 square feet you would want to use between 2,000 and 3,000 watts. You may want to look at installing an in wall fan heater instead of a baseboard. We offer fan heaters in a couple different wattages that will work for you.
CSC202TW:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Cadet-Com-Pak-2-000-Watt-240-Volt-Fan-Forced-In-Wall-Electric-Heater-in-White-CSC202TW/100012248?keyword=csc202tw
CSTC302TW:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Cadet-Com-Pak-Twin-3-000-Watt-Fan-Forced-In-Wall-Electric-Heater-CSTC302TW/100085276?keyword=CSTC302TW
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Wiring up two each 120v heater with thermostat ? Wire size 10 or 12? Breaker size 15 or 20 amp?

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December 8, 2015
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Thank you for your question, Bob.
You will need a separate thermostat for each 120 volt heater. If you are looking at wiring two 1,000 watt 120 volt heaters on one circuit you will need to use 10/2 wire with ground on a 30 amp breaker.
If you are in need of the 48" 1,000 watt 120 volt baseboard heater please follow the link Read More
Thank you for your question, Bob.
You will need a separate thermostat for each 120 volt heater. If you are looking at wiring two 1,000 watt 120 volt heaters on one circuit you will need to use 10/2 wire with ground on a 30 amp breaker.
If you are in need of the 48" 1,000 watt 120 volt baseboard heater please follow the link below:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Cadet-48-in-1-000-Watt-120-Volt-Electric-Baseboard-Heater-in-White-4F1000-1W/202589086?keyword=4f1000-1w
If your application needs the 240 volt baseboard heater, you can wire two of the 48" 1,000 watt heaters to one thermostat as long as the combined amperage of the heaters does not exceed the amp rating of the thermostat. The combined amperage of two 1,000 watt 240 volt heaters is 8.4 amps.
For wiring two 1,000 watt 240 volt heaters on one circuit you can use 12/2 wire with ground on a 15 amp breaker. Read Less
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Bob, you need to add up the total amperage rating of the total of all on circuit. If amperage not listed on heater then use the total wattage for heaters and divide that number by 120 volts to abstain total amperage. If total amperage 15 and under use 14-2 wire with 15 amp breaker. If over 15 but not over 20 then use 12-2 wire with 20 amp breaker.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 26 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Baseboard is ok, wiring information is poor The electric base board wiring information is poor. They sell their wall thermostats next to the base boards however there is no wiring schematic showing proper wiring. The wires within the baseboard could use some labels. There are none, just a picture from the installation diagram. No mounting hardware was provided. It would have been nice to have exposed screws match the paint of the baseboard. August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good replacement for old heater This 47" heater & a 36" heater replaced two 30+ year old Cadet liquid filled heaters. Where the old heaters took an 1/2 hour to provide little heat, these heaters put out heat in about 5 minutes. They were very easy to install. average quality. the sheet metal was much thinner than the old heaters. Only problem that I had in installing the two heaters was removing the round electrical knockouts for the electrical supply wires distorted the thin sheet metal. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works as intended Easy to install. Good instructions. Works as intended. August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Buy This is a replacement for the one I purchased 10 yrs ago from Home Depot,the only DIY item I am leary of is electrical installations. This was extremely easy to install. I did contact the customer support number to ensure I was doing it correctly. Took minutes to install. Great product February 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great low wattage heater Great heater with low electrical use. I ordered this in South West Florida to take the chill off those January mornings. They can't be bought in the stores in Florida as they are in Ohio, so must be ordered the same with the thermostat. December 8, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by be carful when using two on one thermostat The old ones needed replacing and these were affordable. Nice that you can wire them from either side but cutting the wires on the heater was the only way to do so. The wires are not color coded but when using two with the same thermostat everything has to be hooked up the same or you'll blow your thermostat (which was also brand new) found out the hard way. Instructions a little lacking in this department and had to run multiple tests to figure this out. September 8, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I am a Novice, easy installaton It seemed a little pricy, I was able to find others on the internet for less, however, the inspector was on his way. I went to HD, picked it up, installed it and we were good. When the heater went out, it blew a breaker. The whole fix was quick and easy. Took me about two hours. Started putting out heat immediately. March 24, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Wonderful we'll be able to have a warm Christmas thanx to these baseboard heaters. I purchased 7 for the entire house and now we don't need to worry about staying In only one part of the house because the whole house Is warm now. :) December 11, 2014
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