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Dimplex 25 in. 750-Watt Linear Proportional Convector Baseboard Heater


25 in. 750-Watt Linear Proportional Convector Baseboard Heater

$9062 /each

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Product Overview

The Dimplex 25 in. 750-Watt Linear Proportional Baseboard Heater has a innovative sleek and compact design. This revolutionary heater has a built-in electronic thermostat with heat proportioning for improved efficiency and reduced energy consumption. Dimplex baseboard heaters are the ideal heating solution for any area of your home.

  • New electronic proportioning thermostat, with CSA-C828 compliant control (+/-0.5oC/1oF), RF transceiver for on-board temperature control and heater-to-heater telegraphing
  • Faster heating of the room than a conventional baseboard due to rapid vertical laminar air flow, directing heat to the ceiling, speeding dispersal of warm air into the center of the room
  • Improved performance and reduced length through use of top heat discharge and new fin design
  • Superior shark-fin blade design on a steel tubular element for improved heat transfer and longer life
  • Discreet styling, reduced length and added versatility of placement provide more options when designing a room
  • Full length automatic overheat reset for safety
  • Optional wall mounted remote control for multi-heater temperature regulation
  • Finish - specially-formulated epoxy/polyester powder coating is environmentally friendly and resists fading and abrasion
  • Heating element - a nickel chromium element is totally enclosed within a steel sheath, providing superior life expectancy and resistance to rust, shark-fin shaped aluminum fins are firmly staked in an upright position to provide directional wicking for top discharge heat transfer
  • Controls and wiring - supplied with an installed electronic proportioning thermostat for CSA- C828 compliant control; an RF transceiver for remote heat control and whole-home temperature syncing, wall mounted remote control for user convenience (optional accessory)
  • Installation - easily removed front caps; knock-outs on both sides of the convector; and pre-stamped mounting holes make installation easy
  • Applications - all residential applications, commercial offices, lobbies, washroom
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Brand Dimplex Dimplex Dimplex Dimplex
Ratings (6) (5) (35) (8)
Heating Technology Type Forced Air Forced Air Forced Air Forced Air
Baseboard Heating Type Electric Electric Electric Electric
Voltage (volts) 240 240 240 240
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Customer Questions & Answers

Does this work with a simplex connex "DPCRWS" controller

Asked by: Shawn
Good Morning, Yes this does work with the LPC 750 watt heater. Thank you
Answered by: DimplexCustomerService
Date published: 2016-04-12

Can you just shut it off and turn it on? There is no on/off switch/knob/button!!! This was not ap...

Can you just shut it off and turn it on? There is no on/off switch/knob/button!!! This was not apparent when I bought it and I find this very annoying.
Asked by: Annoyed
Good morning, This unit has a single pole thermostat. There is no definite off. Thank you
Answered by: DimplexCustomerService
Date published: 2016-12-12
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Customer Reviews

25 in. 750-Watt Linear Proportional Convector Baseboard Heater is rated 2.8 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from The heater has warnings about the high temperature but does... The heater has warnings about the high temperature but does not mention the recommendation to use spacers to keep the unit off the wall and floor. It is a nice looking unit but when you use the spacer it leaves a gap behind it and below it and does not look good. I returned all three units and opted
Date published: 2017-04-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I installed five of these units. If you don't know the circuit capacity requirements and code fo... I installed five of these units. If you don't know the circuit capacity requirements and code for the wiring you should hire an electrician to do the work. I'm controlling three heaters with one remote thermostat and two with another remote. They call these remotes 'thermostats' but what they really are are sender units that change the setting on all the heaters they are sync'ed to. The thermostat is on the heater so you can place the remote anywhere, it doesn't have to be located in the area where it has to sense the temperature. i used the standoffs they came with to mount to the wall and wired with 12AWG on a single 220V/20A breaker, dedicated circuit. The ground screw could be in a better place. It's up near the electronic control module. It was easier to used a small length of copper wire to connect to the ground screw than a wire nut to connect to ground wire. It's a little tricky getting the middle cover off. It you bend the middle tab at the top of the cover it makes it easier getting it on/off. Then bend the tab back when the cover is back on. You don't need the remote but with multiple units it makes it way more convenient. You do have to re-sync each one if you lose power to the heaters but I didn't find this hard to do. You don't need an electrical box to mount the remotes. They mount flush to the wall with a standard square opening outlet plate. The wall mounting hardware uses a small square bit common in most screwdriver bit sets. You'll also need wire nuts. The packaging is really not adequate for shipping in the mail. The 1500W I order had a broken LCD module and stopped working after about an hour but Home Depot took it back no questions asked. I've ordered a replacement but going to pick it up at the store since HD delivers to their stores direct from the warehouse. You'll probably have to order these units on line. I couldn't find any in stock at the stores I go to. There have been complaints about noise or buzzing. Four of the five 750W units were absolutely silent after a week of operation. One unit would emit a small ping several times when it was heating up but this isn't noticeable unless the room is quiet. Otherwise no issues with noise here. They are definitely quieter than the oil radiator standup units we were using. Overall I was impressed with the heat output for such a small package, good temperature control, very even heat in the room with multiple units. Other than what I mentioned they are well constructed. A great source of heat where the wiring can be put in but you don't have a lot of wall space.
Date published: 2017-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exellent I am responding to the previous post. You can run it from the left. If the guy had read the instructions you can use the left as a junction box and run a wire underneath the heater tucked away. I have done this with both of mine in my bedroom. I ran 10awg wire little overkill but i got it on the 50% off rack at homedepot. I also have the wireless control for the wall. easy to set up and keeps accurate temperature. You have to remember though that the heater has the temp gauge built into it and each heater controls its self. You just set the temp you want on the wireless wall control. Also wanted to say that it heats up very quick and like i said keeps the temp in the room very accurate and comfortable.
Date published: 2014-11-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Good idea bad implementation the heater in itself is great ... however the built in thermostat is another story ... the screen reports only one temperature, which is not clear if it is the actual or the target ... the whole plastic of the thermostat feel "cheap" ... the connex system is immature product yet especially if you use the wifi version (read my review in the controler page) ... I switched to this system in hopes of getting rid of the wall thermostat ... but the product is still far from where is should be ... I will be buying the same heaters without built in thermostat and depending on the wall thermostat ...
Date published: 2016-01-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Defective cutout switch, but it is working now I purchased this heater last spring as part of my condo renovation. After installing, I tested it and it seemed to be working. The summer passed, we moved in, the weather got cold, I turned it on and it was not working. First, I sent an email and then phoned the Dimplex customer service. I talked with Sharol and she was very nice and responsive. She sent to me via Fedex a replacement display board, power board assembly and linear cutout. The parts arrived next day. I tried to follow instructions, but were not exactly for the unit I had at hand; I could not unbend -as described- the holding clip in the middle of the heating element; so I could not remove it to access to screws to enable me to replace the control unit. So, I decided to change the linear cutout only because it was readily accessible part. The thing is, the original part has three terminals and the replacement part has 2 terminals. Also, one of the original wires was connected with a twist type connector and the replacement part had slide in terminals. So, I decided to solder that wire to the terminal, attached the other terminal, put the unit back together and reinstalled it. I turned on the breaker and the unit started working. So, the original cut-out switch was defective. I recommend; if you buy this unit even in the summer, leave it on couple of days, just to make sure all parts are functioning properly for a longer time. Suggested design improvements: 1. The grounding wire connection screw is right underneath the heating element. It is very difficult to put a screwdriver through it. It should be located somewhere more convenient to access. 2. The end caps are held by one single screw, very difficult to align and at the same time, hold the screw and the screwdriver and screw it back after a repair. How much would two screws cost? You need almost pretend to have three hands while putting to put this back together. 3. The heating element should be easily removable. That was not the case in my particular unit. In summary, the customer support was great, but there is plenty of room for improvement in design for installation and subsequent repairs. I spent a total of 2 1/2 hours from start to finish to repair to figure and this defective unit, it would have been cheaper just to buy a new unit. It is the "retired engineer" in me that triggered this repair endeavor. I thought I should share. Have a warm winter...
Date published: 2015-10-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from not worth the cost poor quality, recieved bent & dented -- can only feed wire from right hand side ( not from left )
Date published: 2013-09-15
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