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Residential Electric Heater, 500W, 120V

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  • Item # 14C576
  • Mfr. Model # LC2005W11
  • UNSPSC # 40101821
  • Catalog Page # 4276
  • Shipping Weight 4.35 lbs.
Country of Origin CanadaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemElectric Baseboard Heater
  • Housing StyleConventional
  • Primary ApplicationResidential
  • Voltage120
  • Phase1
  • BtuH Output1707
  • Mounting TypeFloor
  • Length20"
  • Depth2-3/8"
  • Height6-5/8"
  • Hz60
  • Watts500
  • Amps AC4.17
  • ColorWhite
  • FinishEpoxy/Polyester Powder Coating
  • Housing Material20 ga. Steel
  • StandardsC-CSA-US

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In this install, do I need to order a seperate thermostat for this heater?
Any recommendations on installation?
My installation is in a body compartment on a mobile simulation unit. The compartment is sealed and insulated and my purpose is to maintain a consistent temperature in cold weather applications to ease the start-up load on an oxygen supplying compressor. (40 degrees, +/- 5 degrees...)
I have a 120v outlet avaliable or might I need to run an individual circuit?
I appreciate any time and assistance you may be able to provide.
Thank you.
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You do need a separate thermostat for this heater. There are several thermostats that would work. Please look at Grainger items 14C613, 14C614, 14C615 and 14C616.
As far as installation goes, we would need to have you speak with a Technical Product Support Specialist who may be able to assist you better. Please contact us at 1-800-Grainger for more information regarding this specific item. Thank you for using Grainger.com Ask & Answer.
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