A: I would not recommend this. Hot air is less dense than cold air and that it why it rises and cold air sinks. I do not think the fan in the heater is powerful enough to force the warmed air down to the floor level ( as would be the case with a central furnace heating duct that is on the ceiling). Putting it high on the wall will result in very warm air near the ceiling and very cold air near the floor.
A: Yes however a minimum clearance of 12" from the top is required.
A: No, a line voltage thermostat is required. For a WiFi thermostat, we offer the Hoot series which is wifi and programmable.
A: For interior only, the model# is PAW2422H. You will need to contact Pro Desk for a quote as they will need to special order it.
|Brand||Cadet||King Electric||King Electric||King Electric|
|Name||240/208-volt 4,000/3,000-watt Com-Pak Twin In-wall Fan-forced Electric Heater in White with Thermostat||240-Volt 2250-Watt Pic-A-Watt Electric Wall Heater in White||PX 240-Volt, 1750-Watt, Electric Wall Heater in Satin Nickel||PX 240-Volt, 1750-Watt, Electric Wall Heater in Almondine|
|Heater Type||Unvented||Fan Heaters||Fan Heaters||Fan Heaters|
|Voltage (volts)||240/208 V||240 V||240 V||240 V|
|Room Size (sq. ft.)||Less than 50Greater than 100050-150150-250250-350350-500500-1000||350-500||250-350||250-350|
|Wattage (watts)||4000/3000 W||2250 W||1750 W||1750 W|
|Heating Technology Type||Forced Air||Forced Air||Forced Air||Forced Air|
|THD SO SKU||1003902570||1003902571|
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