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Fahrenheat 96 in. 2000-Watt Electric Hydronic Baseboard Heater
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Fahrenheat

96 in. 2000-Watt Electric Hydronic Baseboard Heater

$229.00 /each

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Fahrenheat is the choice of the professional and offers a full line of electric heating solutions for home, office, or recreation. Fahrenheat products are engineered for safety, ease of installation, efficient performance and quality. When looking for comfort, convenience, and piece of mind choose the industry leader in professional electric heat, Fahrenheat.

  • For use in bedrooms, bathrooms, living rooms, and dens
  • Uniquely designed heating element is totally immersed in a specially formulated heat transfer liquid
  • Unit mount thermostat Model PT2DS or other optional remote thermostat needed for operation (sold separately)
  • 240 Volts, 2000 Watts, 6826 BTU/HR, 8.3 Amps

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What is the recommende square footage use

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January 29, 2015
I am building a 1200 square foot cabin with an open loft
2 bedroom each 11x11
1 bathroom
open kitchen
open dinning
I will have a wood burning stove for heat also

I want to use this type of heat

What would be recommended ?
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July 30, 2015
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Yes. I would definitely recommend this heater for this area.
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January 30, 2015
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You can certainly use baseboard heat for this application. You will want to figure 10 watts per square foot to get your total watts needed. Do this for each room and you will be able to zone heat only the rooms being used. So take the total wattage for each room and divide by 250 (watts per foot of baseboard) and that will giveyou the length of heaters needed. Hope this helps
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does it come with a built in thermostat

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February 3, 2014
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No
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January 6, 2014
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Hi Willy,
The manufacturer states:
Unit mount thermostat Model PT2DS or other optional remote thermostat needed for operation (sold separately)
Mike,
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does this unit have plug or need direct wiring

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February 3, 2014
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This unit requires direct wiring to the house. It must be wired through a thermostat as none is built in.
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December 18, 2013
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direct wire it uses 20 amp 240
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Wiring the unit from the back how far above the floor is the entry point?

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September 30, 2016
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There are two entry points on the back of the heater. One is right at floor level, the other is 2 7/16" from the end and 5 1/4" up from the bottom. This is a 7/8" KO.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect solution for a small room If you have a small to medium size room you need to heat and need a simple solution, this is it. Unit is attractive and unobtrusive. Once turned on, you will feel immediate heat and when turned off the warmth continues for a while. Two caveats: You'll need to purchase the thermostat separately and you need access to 240v. October 5, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Annoying 60 Cycle Humm I purchased this product because the reviews said it was quiet; it is not. I discovered that they have a 60 cycle hum similar to an old light fixture ballast. I am very sensitive to noise and find the sound annoying. The wiring instruction belabor the obvious but do not describe in detail the features that would be unique to this product. For the most important details, they might as well not have been in the box. Be prepared for a strong odor when first putting the heater into use. February 3, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome electronic heater Greate heater. I would recommend it to anyone. The best electric heat there is January 27, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good product; wiring detail not so much....... This was a replacement for an existing hydronic baseboard heater. Simple removal of the old and replace with the new unit. I am an experienced do it yourselfer, and I was confused by the wiring directions. I had to go on the internet, where I discovered, others had the same confusion. I hope the manufacturer will make their directions more clear. When installed, the product worked as I expected. January 20, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I love this hydronic heater. I have the other type at my cabin and it is very noisy I love my hydronic baseboard heater. I have the other type at my cabin and it is very noisy. This one I can't tell it is on unless I go over and put my hand over it. Well worth the extra cost. June 11, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Wish I had known about these years ago These units are well made,quiet and very efficient. October 23, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great performance and great aesthetic improvement for our living room! Great performance and great aesthetic improvement for our living room! December 19, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Recommended! I own a 1970's built, 490sf condo that is limited to a single 8ft electric baseboard heater. The original heater was non-hydronic which I removed 7 years ago and did not replace until a few days ago with an 8ft hydronic (Where I live, the temp rarely drop below 40(f) during the winter. I'd use a portable oil filled radiator style heater when needed). Because we used the existing wires, Installation wasn't difficult. We turned off the power and swaped the wires. Since I have not had a hard-wired heater for a few years, I cannot comment on the efficiency, yet. Rated for 200sf, with my condo more than double that size I am expecting my electric bill to jump however, it's only for a few months of the year. Even with this unit being undersized (based on the manufacturer's specs.) it heats the place quickly, and seems to maintain the temp very well and surprisingly even. With my thermostat located on the back side of the opposite wall from the heater (clear across the room) I have been able to maintain 68(f). I haven't tried to go above that temp yet. I know that the heater is cycling on and off (not running continuously) because we wired it through a transformer and relay and I can hear the relay click on and off. The heater seems to be on steady for about 15min but once it reaches 68, it turns off for about 30min. The beauty of a hydronic heater is that the liquid part of the heater remains hot which helps maintain room temp after the thermostat shuts it off. Wired through a transformer/relay allowed me more choices for thermostats. I chose a Honeywell 5-2 day programmable thermostat which I'm hoping will help with the efficiency. As the installation manual states, the unit will let off a "new" smell the 1st few times you use it. That was no lie. It smelled like chemicals but dissipated after about 20-30 minutes of use and hasn't happened since. The unit is dead silent, seems well built, and heats my place quickly despite being undersized. The only negative is that the stores do not stock this item. I had to wait for it to be shipped. January 17, 2014
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