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72 in. 1,500-Watt 240-Volt Electric Baseboard Heater in White

$54.98 /each
  • Convection heating helps heat a space up to 250 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 1500-Watts at 240-Volts or 1125-Watts at 208-Volts
  • Convection heating helps circulate air to heat a space up to 250 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
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How energy efficient are these heaters? In other words, about how much does it cost to heat a small apt with them?

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December 17, 2014
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This is the most efficient design for cheaply turning Amps into BTU, out of all available electric heaters.
240 Volt is usually at the cheapest rate for a given supplier.
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It costs me $75 to heat my 1000sq. Ft. Insulated pole barn. This is based on per months x 3 heaters at around a constant 69 degrees during winter.
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Expensive compared to gas
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That really depends on how cold it is outside, how warm you want it inside and how well insulated the room is.
That being said, it takes about 10 Watts per square foot to heat a space so this 6' heater @ 1500 watts will heat around 150 square feet about 12x12 or 9x16.
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Cadet F-Series baseboard heaters are very efficient compared to central air systems because there is no heat loss through ducts and all the heat generated goes right into the room. There are many factors to determine the cost savings with electric heaters, such as insulation of walls and age of the home. When figuring the cost of operating the heater, take the watts, divide by 1000, and multiply this by Read More
Cadet F-Series baseboard heaters are very efficient compared to central air systems because there is no heat loss through ducts and all the heat generated goes right into the room. There are many factors to determine the cost savings with electric heaters, such as insulation of walls and age of the home. When figuring the cost of operating the heater, take the watts, divide by 1000, and multiply this by your utility rate per kilowatt hour. For example, if your utility charges .09 cents per killowatt hour, then you take the 1500 watt heater / 1000 = 1.5 X .09 = 13.5 cents to operate per hour. Read Less
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what are the amps on the individual baseboard heaters?

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You can put 2 of them on a single 20amp circuit as long as you keep them at 1500 amps.
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Energy consumed, or force it takes to power it. amps are related to watts.. you pay for killowatts KW on your electric bill
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1500 watts /240 volts = 6.25 amps
But your power is probably closer to 220 volts so that would be 6.8 amps.
SIze to the higher value (6.8) just to be safe
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Hello and thanks for submitting an important question!
Amperage for the Cadet 240 volt, 1500 watt baseboard is 6.25 amps. You can find amps with a simple calculation: just divide the number of watts by the voltage rating. If you have a 1500 watt heater, like the Cadet baseboard, just divide 1500 by 240 and the result is the amperage draw or load. This equation can also be used to figure out wattage: Read More
Hello and thanks for submitting an important question!
Amperage for the Cadet 240 volt, 1500 watt baseboard is 6.25 amps. You can find amps with a simple calculation: just divide the number of watts by the voltage rating. If you have a 1500 watt heater, like the Cadet baseboard, just divide 1500 by 240 and the result is the amperage draw or load. This equation can also be used to figure out wattage: multiply amps by the voltage rating, 6.25 by 240, and the result is wattage. The equations are governed by Ohm's law related to electricity.
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How energy efficient is this base board heater? How do I determine energy efficiency/cost to operate on any heater?

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difficult to nail down... consult your electric company
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Consult you electric company for formulas
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Electric heat is very poor compared to gas,propane or oil... Heat pumps are the most efficient if you have adequate insulation
Hard to figure cost.. based upon consumption and KW/HR cost
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Hello Ray,
Thanks for the great question about energy efficiency! Nearly all of the electricity consumed in an electric baseboard heater is directly converted to heat, which means every dollar you spend on heating goes toward heating your home. With Cadet heaters, no heat is lost through duct work or exhaust systems, and no energy is wasted.
For cost to operate, the formula is watts/1000 multiplied by Read More
Hello Ray,
Thanks for the great question about energy efficiency! Nearly all of the electricity consumed in an electric baseboard heater is directly converted to heat, which means every dollar you spend on heating goes toward heating your home. With Cadet heaters, no heat is lost through duct work or exhaust systems, and no energy is wasted.
For cost to operate, the formula is watts/1000 multiplied by the rate your utility charges per kilowatt-hour. For example, our kilowatt-hour rate is 8.16 cents (we have a great rate). For a 1500 watt heater, the formula would be 1500/1000 x .0816. The result is slightly more than 12 cents to operate the 1500 watt Cadet electric baseboard heater for an hour.
For additional energy savings, we recommend the use of a programmable thermostat that keeps your room within a much tighter temperature range. There is a model that mounts directly on the end of the baseboard heater, and a couple of wall mount options too.
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is new heaters chiper to use than a 40 year old one &if so what kind of saving

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Your old one will be corroded and possibly dirty insulating the element..any bent or blocked fins reduce efficiency. also insulate the wall behind it
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Hello, thanks for the question. If you are replacing your old baseboard heater with a new Cadet baseboard heater of equal wattage, then the cost to operate the new heater will likely remain the same, or slightly less, than your old heater per kilowatt hour. However, because of the deterioration of heater elements, the old heater may not heat up properly or take longer to heat up. Better efficiency and Read More
Hello, thanks for the question. If you are replacing your old baseboard heater with a new Cadet baseboard heater of equal wattage, then the cost to operate the new heater will likely remain the same, or slightly less, than your old heater per kilowatt hour. However, because of the deterioration of heater elements, the old heater may not heat up properly or take longer to heat up. Better efficiency and warm-up time may result in cost savings. Read Less
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I am not sure if it is cheaper to use but heats room more evenly and a lot quieter,
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 47 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by These look really nice We bought a home that had really ugly, old yellow ones and so we replaced our old heaters with these new ones and they look great in our home. Really easy to install and not too heavy. The only thing is we didn't buy any of the thermostats with it because we weren't aware we needed to get those with it, but now that we picked those up we are able to use the heaters just fine. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy swap if you're replacing an existing baseboard heater Our 34 year old baseboard heater started getting really loud, making weird clicking noises when it cycled on so it was time for a new one. After looking at the label on the old one, it was clear that it was a 240V model, 72". So I bought this one as a direct replacement. The size was spot on perfect which was important because there was a small section of our baseboard cut out around the existing heater and I didn't want to have to repair any of the baseboard or re-do it. I dismounted the old baseboard from the wall, removed the wire connections, and with a bit of help from my wife got the new one situated and mounted. It was a direct swap so the wiring was pretty easy. The only thing I would say is that the "punch out" holes to route the wires through did NOT come out easily. I had to use the bottom most punch out and it required a quick bit with my dremel tool to remove the two bits of metal where it's tacked in place. Other than that, smooth sailing even for a DIY person like myself (I'm not a professional contractor or repairman.) January 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by recommended to me for a heating solution Had to return for smaller version. Too long but great product. June 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by no complaintes Several of them were dented and had to be returned but now that they are installed they look good. May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to Install. Great Product! THis product was so easy to install for my husband. Good instructions! Don't need a professional installer. And,,it really works well. Better than the previous heaters. Don't know if there is an improvement in my elecrtic bill as yet. But, it certainly puts our more heat on a much lower setting. January 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Electric baseboard heater works well Easy to install, maintaining comfortable temperature. February 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent baseboard heater Units are smaller than ones I removed, but heat large room (used 2) very well. No problem installing and now have been using for 1 1/2 months with no issues. February 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Quite and easy to put in I just gutted an old home and installed the Cadet baseboard heaters. I used the 72" and 36 ". I used both this thermostat that goes on the heater and the wall thermostat. The are working great and are very quiet. I put them in one of my apartments earlier this year and my tenants and I are both happy with them. November 12, 2013
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