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EnergyPlus 1600-Watt 120/240-Volt In-Wall Electric Wall Heater in White

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  • Energy efficient with built-in smart controls
  • Use up to 30% less energy with self-adjusting wattage and fan
  • Easy installation: 120 or 240 volt

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Use up to 30% less energy and experience more comfort with precise, consistent temperature control. The Energy Plus heater uses an intelligent control and auto adjusting fan speed to maintain the desired temperature for your room within 1°. Delivering only the heat you need for maximum efficiency and ultra-quiet performance.

  • 1600-Watt at 240-Volt, 1500-Watt at 208-Volt, 1000-Watt at 120-Volt
  • Unique smart sensor takes guesswork out of installation by detecting your incoming power supply and displaying code if heater is not configured to match, without damaging the heater, multi-volt, multi-watt; factory set at 240-Volt, easily switches to 120 or 208 with supplied key
  • Easily update old heaters: uses same wall can as many Cadet com-pak series units, so no wall patchwork or additional wall board cut outs should be required
  • Experience more comfort with precise, consistent temperature control and an auto adjusting fan speed that eliminates wide temperature swings and delivers quiet, comfortable heat
  • Onboard digital thermostat with simple to use push button controls, a large digital display, and no complicated programming
  • Night or away button allows you to pre-set a setback temperature so you can adjust with just 1 touch
  • Durable sealed element construction to quickly deliver heat and maximize product life
  • Thermal safeguard protection is a high temperature manual reset that turns off the heater if normal operating temperatures are exceeded
  • Complete unit includes wall can, heat box and grill and digital thermostat included
  • Rough-in dimensions: 8 in. W x 10.25 in. H x 4 in. D
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What size room will this heat?

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The unit can heat a 400 sq ft room.
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Hi BJ and thank you for your question.
The size of the room the Energy Plus heater will heat depends on the voltage that you will be wiring it at. If you have a 120 volt power supply the Energy Plus will put out 1,000 watts of heat, whereas if you have a 240 volt power supply the Energy Plus will put out 1,600 watts of heat.
As a rule of thumb we recommend using anywhere from 6-10 watts per square foot Read More
Hi BJ and thank you for your question.
The size of the room the Energy Plus heater will heat depends on the voltage that you will be wiring it at. If you have a 120 volt power supply the Energy Plus will put out 1,000 watts of heat, whereas if you have a 240 volt power supply the Energy Plus will put out 1,600 watts of heat.
As a rule of thumb we recommend using anywhere from 6-10 watts per square foot of space. If this is your primary heat source you will want to stay in the 8-10 watts per square foot range, but it's supplemental heat you can stay in the 6-8 watts per square foot range.
Keeping this rule in mind, the Energy Plus wired at 120 volt (1,000 watts) will heat 100-125 square feet for primary heat and 125-160 square feet for supplemental heat.
The Energy Plus wired at 240 volt (1,600 watts) will heat 160-200 square feet as primary heat and 200-260 square feet for supplemental heat. Read Less
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