*Does not include flue—sold separately.
A heating solution that delivers excellent air quality and efficient heating to any room.
* Louvre component of the heater will still be hot
All Energysaver models come with features that may reduce the likelihood of an allergic reaction for customers with asthma or allergies.
A centralised control option, remote switching kit (R1349), is available for this model for installations where there is a need to have an external control to switch the unit on and off, for example in schools, community halls or churches.
Suitable for domestic and commercial heating appliance. Suitable for living rooms, bedrooms, and open plan areas. Can heat up to 84 m² (depending on where you live).
Heating areas (up to)
- Upper North Island 82 m2
- Central and lower North Island 72 m2
- South Island 53 m2
Available for Natural Gas or LPG. Specify gas type at time of purchase.
Stainless steel bunsen burner
High efficiency forced flue convection heater supported by electronic timers
Lower bottom panel, left-hand side
230 V 50 Hz with supply cord and 3-pin plug
Cross flow fan
15 mm BSP male thread
Rinnai electronic modulating gas control valve
Direct continuous spark electronic ignition—no pilot
Approx. 50 W (on high), < 1 W on standby
Overheat switch, fusible link, flame failure device, electrical fuse, and power failure
16-26 °C by 1 °C increments
To change the temperature scale:
1. The heater must be off.
2. Press the Timer 1 and Timer 2 buttons at the same time for about 5 secs. The display will show °C or °F.
3. Use the arrow keys to select the temperature scale.
4. Press the ON/OFF button.
ES: Supplier Declaration of Compliance
• Declaration Number - 1408020132
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