Internet #306172737

Model # AMIR1002W

Store SO SKU #1003400499

0626296458310

Mirage 23-1/2 in. x 18 in. 1000/750-Watt 240/208-Volt Electric Convector Heater in White with Built-in Thermostat

  • Ideal for use in rooms from 150 sq. ft. to 250 sq. ft.
  • Built-in thermostat allows for precise temperature control
  • White satin finish blends well with any decor
$ 225 75

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Product Overview

  • Ideal for use in rooms from 150 sq. ft. to 250 sq. ft.
  • Built-in thermostat allows for precise temperature control
  • White satin finish blends well with any decor
The most discreet wall convector on the market. The new MIRAGE electronic convector is the result of a combination of a unique look that is modern and discreet, paired with unquestionable efficiency. Available with an ultra-precise integrated electronic thermostat or no thermostat, the MIRAGE is suitable for rooms in both the home a business. The MIRAGE blends in with any decor with its simple facade and elegant design.
  • Harmonizes discreetly with any decor
  • New stylish white satin finish
  • Totally quiet
  • Optional built-in electronic thermostat
  • Must be installed by a qualified electrician

Product Overview

  • Ideal for use in rooms from 150 sq. ft. to 250 sq. ft.
  • Built-in thermostat allows for precise temperature control
  • White satin finish blends well with any decor
Model #: AMIR1002W
Internet #: 306172737

The most discreet wall convector on the market. The new MIRAGE electronic convector is the result of a combination of a unique look that is modern and discreet, paired with unquestionable efficiency. Available with an ultra-precise integrated electronic thermostat or no thermostat, the MIRAGE is suitable for rooms in both the home a business. The MIRAGE blends in with any decor with its simple facade and elegant design.

  • Harmonizes discreetly with any decor
  • New stylish white satin finish
  • Totally quiet
  • Optional built-in electronic thermostat
  • Must be installed by a qualified electrician

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Ratings (25) (1) (13) (16)
Heating Technology Type Convection Convection Forced Air Forced Air
Room Size (sq. ft.) 150-250 150-250 150-250 150-250
Wattage (watts) 1000 1000 1000.000 1000.000
Heater Type Unvented Forced Air Fan Heaters Fan Heaters
Voltage (volts) 120 240 120 240
Fuel Type Electric Electric Electric Electric
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.875
Product Height (in.)
18
Product Width (in.)
23.5

Details

ACLI Safety Plug
No
Accessories Included
No
Amperage (amps)
4.2
Anti-freeze setting
Yes
Area Heated (Sq. Ft.)
100
Automatic shutoff
No
Color
White
Color Family
Whites
Fuel Type
Electric
Heat Output (BTU/hour)
3413
Heater Controls
Electronic
Heater Type
Forced Air
Heating Product Type
Electric Wall Heater
Heating Technology Type
Convection
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Installation
Surface Mounted
Number of Heat Settings
1 Heat
Oscillation
No
Product Weight (lb.)
14.75lb
Remote Control
No
Returnable
180-Day
Room Size (sq. ft.)
150-250
Thermostat
Yes
Timer Included
No
Voltage (volts)
240
Wattage (watts)
1000

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Certified
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.875
Product Height (in.)
18
Product Width (in.)
23.5

Details

ACLI Safety Plug
No
Accessories Included
No
Amperage (amps)
4.2
Anti-freeze setting
Yes
Area Heated (Sq. Ft.)
100
Automatic shutoff
No
Color
White
Color Family
Whites
Fuel Type
Electric
Heat Output (BTU/hour)
3413
Heater Controls
Electronic
Heater Type
Forced Air
Heating Product Type
Electric Wall Heater
Heating Technology Type
Convection
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Installation
Surface Mounted
Number of Heat Settings
1 Heat
Oscillation
No
Product Weight (lb.)
14.75lb
Remote Control
No
Returnable
180-Day
Room Size (sq. ft.)
150-250
Thermostat
Yes
Timer Included
No
Voltage (volts)
240
Wattage (watts)
1000

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Certified
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

The specs say the "area heated" = 100 sqft and the "room size" = 150-250 sqft. Which is correct?

The specs say the "area heated" = 100 sqft and the "room size" = 150-250 sqft. Which is correct?
Asked by: Jacq
First I want to apologize for the delay in responding to your question. It appears you asked it four months ago but it only arrived at my inbox today. I work for the manufacturer not The Home Depot In my experience as a plumber there is no relationship between square footage of floor space and how much heat you need to install. As I am sure you can imagine the same home if located in Alaska is going to need a lot more heating capacity than if it were in Florida. The proper way to size heat is to do what is called a heat loss calculation. When I was younger we did these by hand but today there are plenty of free programs on line that you use. I am partial to the Slant Fin heat loss app that I have on my home. With it you enter certain information about your home or a room; such as dimensions, location, windows, etc. and they program calculates how much heat that room statistically will lose on the coldest hour of the coldest day of the year. Once you know how much heat it will lose you can install that amount of capacity to replace it. Ironically a very similar process is done to size air-conditioning, but it is called a heat gain calculation. Typically these programs give you the results in BTU’s or British Thermal Units. But they can be converted to whatever unit you like. For example there are 3413 BTU’s in a kilowatt of electricity so if my heat loss came back requiring 6826 BTU’s of heat I would know I need 2 KW worth of heat.
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2019-05-21
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