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This is a supplementary heat system in residential dwellings. Using the sun’s infrared rays and convection, this heater reduces energy cost by adding to the existing building heat system during daylight hours. Simply place or hang in the interior of a south facing window. The Solar Heater is a compact 20 in. wide, only 48 in. tall and a slender 2 in. deep. Made with safety in mind with fire proof polycarbonate. A 72CFM solar powered fan provides air circulation to distribute the heat and reduce humidity. The performance is equivalent to a 150 – 500 watt electric heater depending on sunshine and type of window glass. Thermo pane windows adversely effect the performance as they block a portion of the infrared energy. For this reason we recommend this model primarily for single pane window applications. For double pane windows we recommend the 50MM series (#SIS50M2448) which also preforms well under cloudy conditions. Also the perfect heating source for partially occupied spaces: cottage, workshop, garage, animal shelter, green house, boat, RV etc.
|Assembled Depth (in.)||2 in||Assembled Height (in.)||48 in|
|Assembled Width (in.)||20 in||Product Depth (in.)||2|
|Product Height (in.)||48||Product Width (in.)||20|
|Heating Product Type||Accessory||Heating Technology Type||Convection|
|Product Weight (lb.)||16 lb||Returnable||90-Day|
|Manufacturer Warranty||One year limited|
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