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Dimplex

Model PC4015W31

Internet #203568777

40 in. 1500-Watt Linear Proportional Convector Baseboard Heater

$129.00 /each

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The Dimplex 40 in. 1500-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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Can these be placed under a desk? Or will the rising hear be too much for the wood/stone above?

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December 12, 2015
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I suggest not. The instructions say that the wall temperature above the unit can reach 165 degrees F. would mount it well away from where it can be bumped to avoid burns.
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January 17, 2015
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The rising heat as with any heater should not be blocked. You can put a desk near it and closer than other electric heater, but you need to leave a space from wall to let heat rise as is in instructions. Also have table close by and the open top of the heater will leave things prone to falling into the vent and melting to the fins.
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December 5, 2014
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Good morning, they can be placed under a desk but make sure there are no wires (computer wires etc) nearby. Please see the installation guide for furniture placement. http://www.dimplex.com/cms/publications/7211700100R15_EN_Website.pdf
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Hi Seeb,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
Solid construction materials, such as wood and stone should be no closer than 14'' above the heater.
Other materials, such as plastic need to be 20'' above the heater.
Copy and paste this address for the instruction manual:
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Hi Seeb,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
Solid construction materials, such as wood and stone should be no closer than 14'' above the heater.
Other materials, such as plastic need to be 20'' above the heater.
Copy and paste this address for the instruction manual:
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/6a/6af0f316-39e9-435e-8776-58e378a021f2.pdf
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Can the units be painted to match the walls?

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February 9, 2016
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Painting the unit would void the warranty.
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January 27, 2016
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Any alteration to unit will void the warranty.
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January 24, 2016
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Only if you use paint rated for the temperature of the unit.
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Can the unit be placed directly under a low window, and if so, are there any issues in doing so?

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March 2, 2016
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Kindly download the User's Guide from our web site : dimplex.com for this series of convectors for all clearance specifications/
Thank you for choosing Dimplex.
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February 29, 2016
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The heater can be placed directly under a low window.
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Can multiple units be wired to one breake, or do they each need their own 220v breaker?

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A 20 amp circuit with a 220/240 breaker is generally rated for 16 amps continuous load (80%) or 3840 watts using 240 volts which is the voltage the heaters are rated at . Formula is (amps [16] x voltage [240] = watts [3840]. Just add up the wattage for the heaters wanted and don't exceed the rating for that circuit.
A 20 amp circuit requires #12 gauge copper wire. It's OK to be conservative since there
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A 20 amp circuit with a 220/240 breaker is generally rated for 16 amps continuous load (80%) or 3840 watts using 240 volts which is the voltage the heaters are rated at . Formula is (amps [16] x voltage [240] = watts [3840]. Just add up the wattage for the heaters wanted and don't exceed the rating for that circuit.
A 20 amp circuit requires #12 gauge copper wire. It's OK to be conservative since there can be some other variables but the formula above is a general rule of thumb.
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February 28, 2016
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Good Afternoon, This unit draws 6.25 amps so could be on 220 breaker with other units depending on the Amps of the breaker.
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