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Stiebel Eltron

Model Tempra 15

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Tempra 15 Self-Modulating 14.4 kW 2.19 GPM Electric Tankless Water Heater

$578.78 /each
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Powerful output, compact design, remarkable energy-saving features: Our whole house electric tankless water heaters are made to perform to the highest standards in terms of comfort and reliability. Intelligent self-modulating technology continually ensures the least amount of energy is used to heat the water. The Tempra 15 provides hot water at a constant temperature for 1-1.5 bathrooms in warm climates, or 1 bathroom in cool climates. See sizing guide to determine which model is best for you (guide assumes 2 GPM or less per shower-head). Stiebel Eltron invented tankless electric water heating technology more than 90 years ago, and is still the industry pioneer and world leader. Our engineering and manufacturing tradition of excellence means you can depend on the performance and reliability of our products. Call Stiebel Eltron at 800-582-8423 if you have high flow showers or any sizing questions.

  • Warranty: 7 years against leakage and 3 years parts (see warranty manual for details)
  • 99% efficient - saves 15-20% (up to 30%) on electric bills compared to an electric tank-type water heater
  • Endless hot water
  • Thermostatic control range from 86-140°F
  • Self-modulating control saves energy
  • Saves space - no venting required
  • Requires 240 or 208-Volt
  • Recommended minimum of 125 total amp service, with 2 separate, dedicated 30 Amp circuits
  • Professional installation recommended
  • Tempra tankless electric water heaters are exempt from seismic code
  • See warranty for complete details of the 3-year residential and commercial warranty against defects in workmanship and materials under normal use
  • Stiebel Tempra Sizing Guide:

    Stiebel Tempra Sizing Guide

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get the right temp

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what temp should the incoming water be to get to 107 degrees for showering
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The answer depends on the flow rate. If you are supplying only a single shower with a 2 GPM showerhead, then a Tempra 15 will need 57 degree incoming water to supply 107 degree hot water. If your showerhead is 2.5 GPM, then your incoming water temperature needs to be 67 degrees. Make sure you calculate with your Winter ground water temperature rather than your Summer temperature. Last thing you want to Read More
The answer depends on the flow rate. If you are supplying only a single shower with a 2 GPM showerhead, then a Tempra 15 will need 57 degree incoming water to supply 107 degree hot water. If your showerhead is 2.5 GPM, then your incoming water temperature needs to be 67 degrees. Make sure you calculate with your Winter ground water temperature rather than your Summer temperature. Last thing you want to do is take a cold shower in the Winter! Read Less
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The incoming water temp is the one variable in the equation, as it usually changes depending on where you live and with ambient seasonal changes. If we assume your winter incoming water temp is 60 degrees, then the difference between the output showering temp of 107 and 60 is 47 degrees. If you check out one of the Stiebel Eltron charts online (see above) you'll see that raising the temp 47 degrees the Read More
The incoming water temp is the one variable in the equation, as it usually changes depending on where you live and with ambient seasonal changes. If we assume your winter incoming water temp is 60 degrees, then the difference between the output showering temp of 107 and 60 is 47 degrees. If you check out one of the Stiebel Eltron charts online (see above) you'll see that raising the temp 47 degrees the Tempra 15 or 15 Plus will do 2 gpm. Your fixtures just need to be in step with this flow rate. Read Less
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Will this unit replace my existing electric water heater?

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My house is wired for a 220v water heater, with one circuit, the Stieble shows that two circuits are needed with two double pole breakers-. How can it be wired in safely
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You will need to run a second circuit. The Tempra 15 needs 2 separate 30 amp breakers and 2 separate runs of 10 gauge wire.
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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Be extremely careful before buying. This device will not provide hot water for a tub in Canada or north of the Mason-Dixon Line. The sizing guide did not indicate anything about a tub (high flow device) not getting hot water. I put this in a cottage and the tub will not get anything but tepid water. May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very Good Product Adjustable Temp. on front easy to use. I love It, Saves on my electric bill. Plenty Hot. I had a power star that was all that was available 5years + ago never did work right. I did my research this time and found this. It is what I should have had from the start. Fantastic Product. These do take a plumber and electrition to hook up. My house was built with hookups and special electrical in mind running these units is 220 with Two 40 amp connections. Farther North you will need the more amp units. But these are well worth the investment and they take up very little space. Hook up took about an hour, electrition plumber highly recommended. February 15, 2014
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