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9.5 GPM Liquid Propane Gas High Efficiency Indoor Tankless Gas Water Heater
  • Rheem EcoSense
  • Model ECOH200DVLP-1
  • Internet #206934438
  • Store SO SKU #1001825464

9.5 GPM Liquid Propane Gas High Efficiency Indoor Tankless Gas Water Heater

$1,299.00 /each
Discontinued Model:

Model # ECOH200DVLP

Internet #203404947

Store SO SKU #1000067481

Rheem EcoSense 9.5 GPM Liquid Propane Gas High Efficiency Indoor Tankless Gas Water Heater
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Discontinued Rheem EcoSense

9.5 GPM Liquid Propane Gas High Efficiency Indoor Tankless Gas Water Heater

  • Easy to use intelligent electronic controls and sensors
  • No standing pilot means less wasted energy
  • Same-day installation in most areas. Call 1-855-400-2552 by noon.

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The Rheem EcoSense ECOH200DVLP 9.5 GPM, 199,900 BTU Liquid Propane Gas Condensing Tankless Water Heater is designed to supply continuous hot water for up to 3 bathrooms at the same time. It heats water only when it's needed and features a 0.94 energy factor. This compact heater exceeds the requirements for many utility rebate programs and also qualifies for the ENERGY STAR program. It comes with a remote digital thermostat that can be installed in almost any convenient area of the house. This heater's direct-vent design utilizes schedule 40 PVC for a flexible, low-cost venting installation. This model can be used at elevations up to 9,840 ft. above sea level. Please click the specifications to view the Rheem Brochure Guide which will help you in your buying decision to ensure that you purchase the right tankless water heater model for your household needs.

  • Schedule 40 PVC for easier venting installation
  • A 9.5 GPM tankless water heater at a 35 Degree temperature rise can provide enough hot water to supply a 3 bathroom home
  • Tankless gas water heaters heat water on demand, saving energy compared to many standard gas tank-type water heaters
  • 12-year limited warranty on heat exchanger and 5-year limited warranty on parts
  • 0.94 energy factor meets or exceeds minimum energy efficiency standards
  • Remote digital display shows precise temperature setting and maintenance codes
  • ENERGY STAR qualified to meet or exceed federal guidelines for energy efficiency
  • Ability to link 2 like units together for high demand applications with the EZ-link cable (sold separately)
  • Horizontal 3 in. vent termination kit SP20286 included with unit
  • Up to 94% efficient - lowest operating cost
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Name EcoSense Liquid Propane 9.0 GPM High EF Indoor Tankless Water Heater with Water Savings Setting and 12-Year Warranty 9.5 GPM Liquid Propane Gas High Efficiency Indoor Tankless Gas Water Heater 8.4 GPM Liquid Propane Gas High Efficiency Indoor Tankless Gas Water Heater 9.5 GPM Liquid Propane Gas High Efficiency Indoor Tankless Gas Water Heater
Brand Rheem EcoSense Rheem EcoSense Rheem EcoSense Rheem EcoSense
Ratings (2) (30) (1) (9)
Flow Rate @ 45 F Rise (gallons/min) 7.5 8.4 6.6 8.4
Gas Type Liquid Propane Liquid Propane Liquid Propane Liquid Propane
Indoor/Outdoor Indoor Indoor Indoor Indoor
Eco Options Yes Yes Yes Yes
Total BTU 180000 Btu 199900 Btu 157000 Btu 199900 Btu
ENERGY STAR Certified Yes Yes Yes Yes
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Customer Questions & Answers

My old Tank type water heater is in an indoor Closet. Can I mount this tankless unit in that same Closet?

Asked by: Teton
You could install it in a closet but you need to get (2) 3' PVC pipes to the outside. The large pipes are not easy to maneuver.
Answered by: Tony
Date published: 2016-06-03

Is the warranty voided if I install myself?

Am considering installng myself, but not if it voids the warranty.
Asked by: Gary
The warranty will not be voided as long as the unit is installed per the use and care manual.
Answered by: Rheem
Date published: 2016-08-30

how noisy is this unit? is it loader than a furnace?

Asked by: DIYer
This unit has a 25DB level.
Answered by: Rheem
Date published: 2016-08-30

why do I need to run a intake vent outside?

Asked by: bogart
That's the recommended procedure to guarantee that you're not recirculating any unwanted fumes.
Answered by: Rheem
Date published: 2016-06-09
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Customer Reviews

9.5 GPM Liquid Propane Gas High Efficiency Indoor Tankless Gas Water Heater is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 30.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Eh --- not so sure The water takes up to 2 minutes to turn hot. I turn on the shower then do a few other tasks while I wait for it to heat up. And this is in August. I am afraid to see what will happen in the winter. Also, it does not get very hot, although the installer said he set it as high as it would go. I don't have to turn any cold water on to shower, and it is not hot enough to wash & sanitize dishes, Very disappointing.
Date published: 2016-08-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Working flawlessly but is loud. I installed this unit about three weeks ago and it has been working great. This is not my first tankless water heater but it is the first time I have purchased a Rheem. I had been waiting for a model that uses pvc for intake and exhaust when this one finally came onto the market. The water heater appears to be well made and installation went smoothly though this is definitely not a job for a do-it-yourselfer. The only issue I have had with it is that it makes a considerable amount of noise when running, this is why I am giving it a four star rating. I will probably have to sound-proof my entire utility room to cut down on some of the noise. The noise mainly comes from the blower, Rheem should spend some time developing a blower that is not so loud. Keep this in mind when choosing a location to install this unit in your home.
Date published: 2013-04-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 2 years and no support from Rheem I had this unit for 2 years with 2 problems. Gas valve problem and water flow sensor, both parts sent free of charge from Rheem. When the heat exchanger started leaking, Rheem said replace unit. The "replacement" means they offer you fair market value which is about 1/3 of the new cost. They should put that in the warranty that replacements are pro-rated, not a direct zero cost replacement. They said to keep costs down that's the best they can do. Not happy with Rheem. Poor quality and poor customer service. I will not buy or recommend any Rheem product.
Date published: 2016-05-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So Far, Doing Good While this is installable by a knowledgeable DYIer, there are several points where a DYIer can get into trouble. I decided to relocate the unit about 10' from the old LP tank water heater to make the intake/exhaust installation easier. Even if I had used the old location, I would have been forced to build new hard-copper lines and run a new 3/4" LP gas feed so a minor move of the unit was not really that much more work. Things to consider: You need a 3/4" gas feed. While my homes main trunk was 3/4", the 10' branch to the existing LP tank water heater was just 1/2". You should purchase the correct hookup valves. Another $80+. While you are at it, install a scale-protector such as Aqua-Pure AP430SS Hot Water System Protector. About $65. If you don't have one, install an expansion tank. Another $40. (Many areas require such for any new water heater installation.) Hard copper tubing is not cheap for DIYers. By the time I got done, I has spent $1900 total for the unit and I did all the work. Although, since I am a perfectionist, I did use a little more brass threaded pipe fittings where I could have used galvanized, but I don't like to have brass valves and other items with galvanized nipples between them. Now, we never run out of hot water on Sunday mornings. The only usage problem is when my wife shaves in the shower. She turns down the water flow to a minimum and that is too small of volume to keep the heater heating. So, her water gets cold and she has to wait for the hot water to get hot again. I am trying to train her to leave the water flowing enough to keep the heater heating. One installation suggestion. Don't glue all the joints in the exhaust or intakes. Use a silicone bead to seal one joint at each end so that the exhaust and intake pipes can be removed for inspection or unit repair. (Install silicone bead after pipes are together. Don't actually put it into the joint where you would have put the glue.) Note: In the pictures, you can't see the sediment trap on the LP line, but it's behind the valve.
Date published: 2016-02-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Just installed - works well I am a DIYer - Took us ALL day to install, but we took our time and none of our water or gas connections that we made leaked at start-up. Once completed, we turned the unit on and water poured out of heater box! Opened up the cover and found a hose clamp was lying in the bottom of unit. From the factory, one of the connection "O" rings was not seated properly and the looking at it, I know the hose clamp could never have been attached properly at the factory. I pulled the fitting apart and re-seated the "O" ring, attached the missing clamp and turned the water back on. No leaks! Blew the water out of the unit and let the circuit board dry. Fired it up (plugged it in and turned on the gas) and it worked like a charm! How water comes out well. Unit is a little noisy, noisier than our old "tanked" water heater, but not an issue as it is in the basement. This was last night. Had a long "hot" shower and look forward to many more....
Date published: 2013-09-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing, hot water? no problem. So the water heater in the basement was an old LP powered unit that was about 23 years old. It made some strange noises and I don't think it was ever really serviced. It was installed in an inconvenient place between a wall and the furnace also. Due to my travel schedule I always worry something will fail when I am gone. I asked around and found out not much due to tankless not being popular in this area. Tried to get someone to install it and found no-one interested. Ordered the unit and read the book. Thought about it for a few days and went and bought what I thought I would need. I have never done any plumbing or worked with black pipe for the LP but am somewhat of a quick learner. Measure carefully.`Its in and works better than I imagined. Its very quiet and runs without issue. No problem making plenty of hot water. One thing I suggest after talking to the person at Home Depot. Be sure to get the rinse, shutoff, valves available. They are about $100 but make complete sense once you see them. I learned this after the install and will have to put them in later because they need to be ordered and my project was underway already. Would I do it again? Yes Would I recommend? Yes Easy to install? Yes Unit works good and is quiet? Yes Happy? Yes
Date published: 2015-12-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Seems pretty good but time will tell. This top-of-the-line HE Unit replaced a very old (about 15 years) AquaStar tankless water heater that could not provide hot water in the winter months. Seems like a well built machine but we will see how it lasts over time. I gave it a three star value in part because for the high cost of this unit it does NOT come with a condensate unit that is a required part of the install. This delayed our install by a day. Our plumber said this piece is included in other brands he installs. Rheem and Home Depot do not indicate in any way shape or form that the unit as it arrives will be "incomplete". Hopefully this review will prevent others from install delays. Rheem customer service was no help whatsoever. He had to create his own using individual PVC pieces and drain tube. We tried to find this piece in major cites within 250 miles to no avail. Home Depot does not even sell the piece. Say what? Our plumber had never installed a Rheem tankless water heater before but seemed impressed with the quality of the unit. I do not think it will be his "go-to" unit but it will become an option for his customers to decide upon. I like the technology behind the unit but the real test will be when our water temperature decreases by about 20 degrees in the winter. Can this unit deliver hot water at that time? As I understand the technology it will decrease water flow to keep the water in the heat-exchanger longer thus ensuring the water temperature leaving the unit is the same as it was in the summer. I am optimistic.
Date published: 2015-09-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Satisfied so Far I just finished the installation of the heater this week and so far I am very impressed with the performance. Hot water is available at the tap or shower head in about the same amount of time as the previous tank heater. The supply of hot water is excellent – I can run three showers at the same time, all of them at a temperature hotter than I can stand. I have not detected a change in water temperature while in use, such as during a shower. A digital control console is included that is used to adjust the temperature, up to 140 degrees (where I set mine), and it can be remote mounted. When the heater starts up you can hear it run, but the noise level is low and not at all objectionable. Mine came with an intake/exhaust termination kit packed in the box (not sure if they all do), which gives a neat finished look outdoors. So far I am satisfied with all operational aspects of this heater. I just hope the reliability is as good, as a simple tank heater it isn’t. Installation can be done by a do-it-selfer, but only if that person has above average plumbing skills and has an attention for detail. Cobble together types should leave it to a plumber. It is necessary to lay out the installation well and get all the parts & materials in advance, as there are a number of unique aspects to the install. There are also other expenses that will add up, such as the service valves (I used Wellstone ¾” full port with double valves on each) for $70 - $100, the proper PVC tubing (not all types are acceptable) and the possibility of a gas line upgrade as ¾” (from regulator to heater) is required. By the time I purchased all of the above I was close to $2K, but I had a difficult installation due to LP tank distance and a difficult heater location. No matter, so far I would still fully recommend.
Date published: 2013-10-27
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