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Fahrenheat Smart Series 19 in. x 15-3/4 in. 4000-Watt High Output Wall Heater
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Smart Series 19 in. x 15-3/4 in. 4000-Watt High Output Wall Heater

  • Heat only when you need it
  • Custom settings for your comfort
  • Clean and stylish look
$344.00 /each

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The Smart Series High Output heater provides only the heat you need at the moment you need it and is accurate within 1.5 degree of set temperature so no energy is wasted. A 5 day/2 day program feature provides 5 weekdays and 2 day weekends programming along with a lockout feature to securely maintain comfort levels.

  • Heater automatically adjusts wattage output from 1800 to 4000 watts to conserve energy and provide only the heat you need
  • Lockout feature keep custom settings secure
  • 5 day/2 day programming for custom heating needs
  • Remote control included

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Name 4,000-Watt Large Room Wall Heater Smart Series 19 in. x 15-3/4 in. 4000-Watt High Output Wall Heater NLW Series 4,500-Watt 240/208-Volt In-Wall Fan-Forced Electric Heater Assembly with Grill NLW Series 2,000-Watt 240/208-Volt In-Wall Fan-Forced Electric Heater Assembly with Grill
Brand Fahrenheat Fahrenheat Cadet Cadet
Ratings (14) (19) (12) (12)
Heater Type Unvented Unvented Other Other
Voltage (volts) 240 240 240 240
Heating Technology Type Forced Air Micathermic Convection Convection
Wattage (watts) 4000.000 4000 4500 2000
Certifications and Listings ETL Listed 1-UL Listed,CSA Listed,ETL Listed 1-UL Listed 1-UL Listed
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What gauge wire is used to wire heater and size breaker

Asked by: lhangw
The instruction say for sure, but I think it is on a 30 amp (220 volt) breaker with 10 gauge wire. Maybe only a 20 amp....not sure.
Answered by: Pawl345
Date published: 2017-01-07

How hot does the unit get? By that I mean to be used in an area that small chidlren would be in.

Looking for something to put in a small but cold church hallway area.
Asked by: ALAN
Not hot. The fan runs and keeps it cool. I've never felt it hot on the front fins and my kids never have had a problem.
Answered by: Pawl345
Date published: 2017-01-07

Is this unit mounted on the wall or is it an in-wall unit.

Asked by: flipher
In the wall is how it is supposed to be!
Answered by: Pawl345
Date published: 2017-01-07

Does this Unit have the option to set it to turn on automatically at a certain time?

Asked by: Stan
You could set the programming so that it is set cold for a while and then at a certain time goes to a higher temperature. But no simple timer/delay is on it.
Answered by: Pawl345
Date published: 2017-01-07
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Smart Series 19 in. x 15-3/4 in. 4000-Watt High Output Wall Heater is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 19.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Decent heater - easy installation This review is for the Smart Series 19" x 15-3/4" 4000 Watt High Output unit. We are using this heater on a 3 season 12x17 uninsulated porch that we turned into a 4 season by adding heat a few years ago. Previously we had a fan driven 4000 Watt plug in convection heater out there and it did well, so we figured this would do the trick. I'll update the review when we hit the winter months. Today it was 60 on the porch, within 20 minutes it was up to 70, this thing cranks out plenty of heat. When I walk out the door (located across from the heater) onto the porch I can feel the hot air blowing on my feet from 15 feet away. Yes, there is fan noise, we are used to it based on our old heater out there. It is just as loud as an in room air conditioner, not really louder, doesn't bother us while watching TV. I mounted it very solid with 4 screws on the back then 2 on the side into a stud. This unit needs to be hard wired, Instead of wiring into the 20AMP plug in circuit I already had out there, I opted to tie into a 30amp circuit that was close by that I was no longer using. I used 10 gage wire from the junction box to the heater. 12 gage wire on a 20amp circuit would be fine, internally the heater is using 12 gage. It also recommends mounting 12" minimum from the floor, the whole porch is windows with only a 2 foot lower wall so I was only able to mount it a few inches off the floor. I'm thinking the 12" is if you were mounting in a room with combustibles on the floor - my porch has a concrete floor where the heater is.
Date published: 2016-10-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Two issues. The clock is not functioning after only a season of use and the unit is very noisy. ... Two issues. The clock is not functioning after only a season of use and the unit is very noisy. So, without the clock the programming is useless and you can only hold a constant temperature. And, since the fan is either on or off, even if the heating is only pushing out a little heat the fan is whirling at top speed and making a big racket. I wish I would have bought a quiet model. This can definitely keep my house from freezing (I use it as back-up heat) but I don't like to be around when it is on. Bummer.
Date published: 2017-01-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Luke warm. Had it for about a month now. The digital screen and the program is the most impress... Luke warm. Had it for about a month now. The digital screen and the program is the most impressive and attractive aspect of this heater unfortunately it's hollow without an effective heater to back it. I have a 2000-Watt heater with a simple dial controlled thermostat that seems to heat much more effectively than this one at more than half the price. If I can return this, I will replace it with the simple 4000-Watt model. Wanted it to work so badly...how cool an a programmable wall heater.
Date published: 2017-01-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Loud and clock failed, so programming doesn't work I bought this for a backup heat supply for my small house. It provided heat as expected, but makes lots of noise with the fan always on high, regardless of the heat output, and some vibrations that come from the front panel. Now, the clock has stopped functioning and so the programming function is useless. I contacted the company and have yet to hear back for a fix. This puts out decent heat, but it is a bit course and unrefined.
Date published: 2017-01-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a great product to have, We replaced are old heater....and have no complaints. Using it... This is a great product to have, We replaced are old heater....and have no complaints. Using it in the basement..a 38' x 20' area and it does the job great. I have it set on 68 degrees and keeps the basement between 66-70 degrees
Date published: 2016-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Superb output with the digital it is better than my other in the attic Superb output with the digital it is better than my other in the attic
Date published: 2016-11-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I bought this heater for my 420 sq ft, insulated, detached garage in Chicago. I chose this over a... I bought this heater for my 420 sq ft, insulated, detached garage in Chicago. I chose this over a baseboard heater because of the integrated digital thermostat, and I'm very glad I did. I chose it over an infrared heater because I wanted warm air to circulate through the garage rather than me standing under a heat lamp like so many aging french fries. I keep it set to 65º and so far it's had no trouble at all holding that temperature, even when its well below freezing outside. In fact, of its five power levels, it spends most of its time at its lowest power output just maintaining that temperature. The thermostat can also be programmed on a schedule, if you like. It does not run constantly, which was a relief. Sometimes while I'm in there working with it set to 65º, it will run for a while, then kick off for 15-20 min until the temperature drops below 63º or so. It's relatively quiet when running — that is, as quiet as I think one could ever expect a 6" fan to be. Installation was straightforward and the manual was pretty clear, although it does require its own dedicated 240V circuit in your breaker box. I have a dedicated box in my garage, so I was able to run a circuit through conduit just for the heater. That said, the fact that this requires some intermediate-level wiring installation might put it beyond the average DIYer's comfort zone. Free advice: don't screw around with the electrical if you don't know what you're doing. Better to be alive and cold than dead and even colder. That said, if you installed the enclosure and did the rest of the install, a qualified electrician would be able to hook this up for you relatively quickly (and inexpensively) assuming you've got room in your breaker box and your situation isn't otherwise complicated. My biggest gripe is that the plastic trim pieces at the top and bottom that serve as attachment points for the front cover (the steel panel with the vent louvers and the thermostat) don't align very well. The result is that the metal cover doesn't attach very well at all. Mine is attached to only two of the four tabs that are designed to hold the cover in place. So I'll have to finesse and re-fit it to get it to sit flush and secure. It's not a deal breaker, but between that poor fit and the relative uselessness of the included remote (and its pitiful 4 ft range), that's why this is a four star review and not a five star review. The good: • works very well — heats my garage quickly and evenly • runs as quiet as I'd dare hope • relatively easy to install (if you know what you're doing, otherwise just hire an electrician) • digital thermostat works well and is fairly easy to set up The bad: • the fit of the outer cover and its attachment points is not very good, so some adjustment, filing, or other fudging of the assembly may be required to get the outer cover to fit flush • the remote works, kind of, but has very limited functionality and such poor range that it's not really worth having
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Clean appearence, great features, good performance I installed this heater in the lobby of our small business to supplement our aging and increasingly unreliable rooftop HVAC system. I selected this unit because of it's clean look with low profile installation and relatively high heat output. The big bonus feature turned out to be the programmable timer/thermostat that allows the heater to turn on early in the morning before we open to bring the lobby up to a habitable temperature. The included remote control allows for quick and easy control from several yards away. It's very quiet when operating and maintains a comfortable environment in all but the most extreme cold weather when people are coming and going thru the front door a few feet away.
Date published: 2014-02-04
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