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Model # EBHN750W

Internet # 202847140

Store SKU # 1000034545

Store SO SKU # 414069

SoftHeat 47 in. 750-Watt 240-Volt Hydronic Electric Baseboard Heater

$179.00 /each
  • Sealed fluid system retains heat longer
  • Low surface temperature and auto safety shut off
  • Designed to reduce effects of indoor allergens

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Product Overview

The SoftHeat Hydronic Baseboard Heater uses a self-contained circulating heat transfer fluid to provide steady, uniform warmth with longer heat retention, greater energy savings, and minimal temperature variation. No plumbing, water supply or refilling required. Recommended for bedrooms, nurseries, and for those with severe allergies. Perfect for supplemental warmth for a cold room or to replace old heaters. Premium, durable construction with a 7 Year warranty.

  • 750-Watt heater at 240-Volts can heat up to a 150 sq. ft. area
  • Thermostat required; sold separately, can heat up to a 150 sq. ft. area
  • Lower surface temperatures than standard baseboards -- includes over temperature safety shut off
  • Saves energy by circulating fluid slowly and retaining heat to generate warmth, even after shutting off
  • Self contained, sealed system offers better heat retention and a more consistent room temperature with fewer on/off cycles, for greater comfort
  • Lower surface temperatures and whisper quiet operation makes it ideal for bedrooms, nurseries, or replacing old heaters
  • Environmentally friendly, non-toxic, non-hazardous fluid, no plumbing or refilling required
  • Hardwired, 240/208-Volts
  • Left end wiring only
  • ETL listed for safety
  • White, powder-coated paint for a smooth, durable finish that blends in with most interiors
  • Find the right Cadet electric heater for your needs:

    Cadet Electric Heater Guide

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
3.25 
Product Height (in.) 
9.5 
Product Width (in.) 
47 

Details

Baseboard Heating Type 
Electric 
Color 
White 
Color Family 
Whites 
Heat rating (BTU/hour) 
2559 
Heating Product Type 
Baseboard 
Heating Technology Type 
Convection 
Hydronic 
Yes 
Product Weight (lb.) 
16.75 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Thermostat 
No 
Vented 
No 
Voltage (volts) 
240 
Wattage (watts) 
750 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
ETL Listed 
ENERGY STAR Certified 
No 
Manufacturer Warranty 
7 Years 

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with cade heater, which honeywell wall thermostate should we use?

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May 17, 2016
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Any standard line voltage thermostat will work with our heaters.
We recommend using a digital thermostat with our heaters. We have both programmable and non-programmable options available. The TH115 is an electronic programmable double pole Read More
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Any standard line voltage thermostat will work with our heaters.
We recommend using a digital thermostat with our heaters. We have both programmable and non-programmable options available. The TH115 is an electronic programmable double pole thermostat.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Cadet-7-Day-Double-Pole-208-240-Volt-Electronic-Programmable-Thermostat-TH115-A-240D-B/206310912
The TH114 is a great non-programmable option.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Cadet-Double-Pole-16-Amp-208-240-Volt-Digital-Electronic-Non-Programmable-Wall-Thermostat-in-White-TH114/202909807 Read Less
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Humidity and Efficiency

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March 23, 2016
I have a conventional electric baseboard heater in my bedroom,in a house insulated for electric baseboard heat with fairly efficient windows.(The rest of the house is comparably equipped,but let me restrict the question to this one-room application.)

I checked the chart and this is the correct size and voltage and would replace the old one with the same length and wattage.

The old one is VERY dry and is,frankly,a bit of an energy pig,even at a reasonable setting,about 65 degrees.

Is the softheat style efficent enough that its holding heat for longer intervals before the thermostat cycles it back on result in higher humidity in the room?

Also,I notice this style is significantly more expensive than the traditional model. Can you give me a ballpark estimate about how much more efficient this unit would be compared with the comparable conventional unit so I can use my kilowatt hour price to determine when I might break even for the higher price,realizing that is a separate issue for the humidity and particulate quality?

Thank you.
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March 24, 2016
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Thank you for your question.
The SoftHeat baseboard heater will not dry the room out as much as the conventional baseboard heater. With a conventional baseboard heater you may notice more static during the winter and it may also contribute to dry itchy skin, whereas with the SoftHeat baseboard you will not experience that. You are correct in that the SoftHeat does not cycle on and off as much as a Read More
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The SoftHeat baseboard heater will not dry the room out as much as the conventional baseboard heater. With a conventional baseboard heater you may notice more static during the winter and it may also contribute to dry itchy skin, whereas with the SoftHeat baseboard you will not experience that. You are correct in that the SoftHeat does not cycle on and off as much as a conventional baseboard heater would, thus not resulting in a dry room.
Because of the different variables involved, we're not able to give exact numbers on making up the cost difference between the conventional baseboard and the SoftHeat, but what we have seen is that on average over the 5 year warranty period you should be able to make up the cost difference. Read Less
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How does this unit attach to a wall and can I attach it over a door frame?

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St. Paul, MN
January 1, 2013
Product in question: Cadet SoftHeat 47in. SU 414069.

Two issues I am dealing with: One is that I have two young kids who leave things all over the home. I don't want to worry about fires and so would like to install the unit above a door frame in a bedroom. Second, how does the unit attach to the wall? It sounds like there needs to be a bracket built behind the until in front of the wall. Can you lead me to where to go to build this?
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Hi johnsh and thank you for the questions!
For best results, install the SoftHeat baseboard heater under a window, along an outside wall, or as close as possible to an outside door. The SoftHeat baseboards cannot be installed above a doorway because clearance of at least 12" must be available above the unit, and the heat comes out of the top. In all uses of electric heaters, you must be cautious anytime
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Hi johnsh and thank you for the questions!
For best results, install the SoftHeat baseboard heater under a window, along an outside wall, or as close as possible to an outside door. The SoftHeat baseboards cannot be installed above a doorway because clearance of at least 12" must be available above the unit, and the heat comes out of the top. In all uses of electric heaters, you must be cautious anytime they are used by or near children or invalids. You can be assured that the operating temperatures of this heater are lower than a standard baseboard but you will still want to remove any toys that are near it. Minimum clearance in the front is also 12" and applies to furniture and any objects that might be placed in front of the heater.
For your second question, no additional bracket or frame is required. The heaters are mounted with a screw or nail placed right into studs behind the unit. The owner's guide in this link shows a complete installation:
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/aa/aa406c7e-248b-4fd0-82b1-cefc335f7aae.pdf
We're also including a baseboard installation video that should help too.
Thanks again for great questions!
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Is the thermostat programable?

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Hi Andy,
Thank you for asking about thermostats!The SoftHeat baseboard models don't come with a thermostat, but we do have a few choices available in electronic and programmable models that we've included below.
Programmable thermostats are the best option out there right now for controlling your energy costs! For electric baseboard heat you want to make sure your thermostat has line voltage, not low Read More
Hi Andy,
Thank you for asking about thermostats!The SoftHeat baseboard models don't come with a thermostat, but we do have a few choices available in electronic and programmable models that we've included below.
Programmable thermostats are the best option out there right now for controlling your energy costs! For electric baseboard heat you want to make sure your thermostat has line voltage, not low voltage, control.
Thanks again for asking. Read Less
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by good product, Ameican made well made product, good instructions, made in America April 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Beats the standard baseboard heaters Got this to replace a baseboard heater that had a high pitched "cycling" whine, had if for 3 weeks. It was installed by an electrician. The pitch was that this Hydronic Baseboard Heater was quieter & more efficient. Regarding quiet, the whine is gone & there is less snap, crackle, & pop than typical baseboards. Strangely once it did make some popping noises every 10-20 seconds for 3-5 minutes. Other than that it has been quiet. It does take longer to heat the room, but cycles less. I don't have any way to measure the efficiency. Overall we are satisfied & certainly prefer this to the standard baseboard heater. December 10, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by excellent Although, I just ordered my replacement unit today, it is replacing a unit I've had for 44 years. Hopefully, the quality will still be the same. I also have longer units (higher wattage) that have made noise in the past. The salesman that I purchased them from, back then, suggested loosening some screws that holds the element into the unit. This has worked very well over the years, that I've had them. Maybe someone's noise problems can be elemininated by using this technique. I hope this information helps someone enjoy their added heat as much as I have. Al, Indiana December 9, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Softheat baseboard Installed in my bedroom , very quiet when on and gives me a even heat throughout my room . Thanks for great product . March 28, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by excellent value Has performed just how the manufacture said and is very energy efficient. We went with the next size bigger heater based on the square footage. It has made a big difference in keeping our rooms warm due to having that extra oil heated. You will have to adjust your thermostat down if you go to a bigger heater due to the extra heat being put out by the longer baseboard. December 11, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Product I would recommend this product it works well and looks nice. I think it is a rip off they do not include thermostats and the installation is not as easy as they make it sound. If you are good with electrical work easy but if you are a laymen like me I recommend having a professional do the install. December 31, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by So far so good... Just got these installed last week (1st week Feb). Relatively easy to install. This style does not come with a bracket like the old ones and the old brackets could not be attached to this so the hardest part seemed to be making a bracket to put between the heater and the wall (they cannot be installed directly against paper backed walls such as drywall). Heats nicely. makes a few minor noises (indicating that they are heating) but barely noticable. They look amazing although the "front plate" (that covers the heating element) seems slightly flimsy when taking off (to clean the element yrly) because of how long it is and there is no center hook to brace it against. We chose these heaters because they are the "adult children" of the interthermal ones we replaced (Cadet obtained the patent for interthermal's heaters. The interthermal's we had were from Aug 73 so they lasted almost 38 yrs-we are praying that the cadets will last at least half as long). February 14, 2012
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Love how quiet the heater is, but takes a long time to heat space. My 13x19 room takes about 3 hours to heat up. While I love how quiet and clean the heat is (don't hear it at all!), I am disappointed in the amount of time it takes to get warm. November 16, 2012
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