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Dimplex 60 in. 2,500-Watt Linear Proportional Convector Baseboard Heater
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Dimplex

60 in. 2,500-Watt Linear Proportional Convector Baseboard Heater

$101.58 /each

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The Dimplex 60 in. 2500-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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Does a mostly below ground finished basement in Maryland require 10 watts per square foot or can I get by with less? If so, how much less?

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October 3, 2016
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Hi. I would recommend a Google search as there are many great heating calculators out there. The basic idea is to estimate how well insulated your house is (this plays a huge role) and how many degrees warmer the indoors needs to be than the outdoors. Some even take into account square footage of Windows and doors. The calculator will tell you how many BTU you need (this unit is a little over 8000 BTU).
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August 12, 2016
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The rule of thumb is 10 watts per square foot.
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Hi Do Dimplex Heaters plug in?

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March 16, 2016
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These units are meant to be hard wired.
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March 15, 2016
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No, this heater must be hardwired.
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how many square feet will this unit heat?

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2,500-watt/8,525-Btu heater for rooms between 150 and 250 square feet
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February 1, 2016
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The general rule of thumb is 10 watts per square foot.
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Does this need a neutral? I.e. Do I run 12-3. Or 12-2 wire for this unit?

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Since it comes with a built in control unit, which will run on 110v, you'll need -3 wire. I'd suggest 10-3 even though it is only a 20 amp unit, with a 20 amp breaker, 12-3 might be code, but 10-3 is going to be safer. Baseboard heaters are notorious power hogs.
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December 14, 2015
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Please contact Dimplex for any technical assistance, @ 1 888 346 7539 M-F 8-4:30pm est.
Please follow any building codes in your area.
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60 in. 2,500-Watt Linear Proportional Convector Baseboard Heater is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 18.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Superior Product This is a great product that puts a new slant on electric baseboard heaters. First it includes a built thermostat for stand alone installation. Second it will communicate wirelessly with a central controller. The controller I bought has four separate zones. The units look nice, are completely silent and are easy to install. My only complaint was that the boxes arrived pretty beat up and there was some slight damage.
Date published: 2016-09-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from perfect for the room I needed it in but the only thing I am disappointed in was that the product ... perfect for the room I needed it in but the only thing I am disappointed in was that the product was damaged when I opened it, meaning a lot of the metal fins and clips and covers were bent or twisted. Instead of shipping it back and waiting again for a replacement that could possibly arrive damaged too I just did the best I could to straighten all the metal and install it.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 60" dimplex Was shipped with internal damage. Had to bend inside brackets for front cover to stay on. Would of sent back but had electrician there to install and it was my only source of heat. I am not happy about this.
Date published: 2016-11-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Wow Excellent even heat, tho wiring is awkward to hook up. Very quiet. Replaced older ones 8 ft. with these 5 ft ones. Better heat distribution,more consistent heat. Would highly recommend.
Date published: 2016-11-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very hot wall The wall above the heater gets very hot. Hot enough to that it peeled all the paint above it
Date published: 2016-09-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Only game in town if you don't want a 50 year old design Heaters with thermostats heat up and cool down quickly when being cycled on and off. This causes crackling noises from thermal expansion. Oil filled heaters heat and cool slower with less noise, but it is a brute force solution - heavier and slower to heat up a room when needed. This heater has linear proportional control which means it doesn't do full on / full off cycling (bang-bang control). It operates continuously at a low power near it's preset temperature. The noise is avoided like an oil filled one but without the drawbacks. There is no thermostat clicking as well because the controller is build with solid electronics. My two units are very quite. Besides the controller, the look of this heater is more compatible with upscale home interior than others. It is very compact and lightweight. I simply hang my units on walls, not sitting on the floor. It heats a big room very quickly.
Date published: 2016-02-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great, Quiet, Heat This is the only baseboard heater in my house so I can't give a good comparison to others, but it does exactly what it's supposed to do. Even in Buffalo's single degree temperatures, it is able to keep my bedroom at a comfortable 70 degrees (probably higher if I tried). The wiring diagram was confusing at first, but was reasonably simple to figure out -- always hire a professional electrician!! I spaced it out from the wall using a 1x6 board, but the wall above it still gets very hot. I will likely be adding some more heaters in select rooms, and will probably be shopping for Dimplex products first!
Date published: 2014-01-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from dimplex heater review these heaters are awesome i have bought 5 of them for my cottage with the wireless thermostat and have never had a problem, easy to wire NO NOISE whatsoever i don`t know why people are complaining about noise ,they heat up very fast and are half the size of normal baseboards thank you dimplex for a great product
Date published: 2014-06-18
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