7-3/4" x 7-1/4" x 10-7/8" Fan Forced Electric Space Heater, Gray, 120VAC
- Item # 1VNW9
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # 1VNW9
- Catalog Page # 3129
- UNSPSC # 52141802
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- Item Electric Space Heater
- Electric Heater Item Portable Electric Heater
- Heating Method Fan Forced
- Oscillating No
- Heater Voltage 120VAC
- Watts 1500/1000/650
- Max. Surface Temperature 129.20 Degrees F
- Height 10-7/8"
- Width 7-3/4"
- Depth 7-1/4"
- Hz 60
- Electric Heater Phase 1
- Amps AC 12.5/8.3/5.4
- BtuH Output 5118 / 3412 / 2218
- Cord Length 72"
- NEMA Plug Configuration 1-15P
- Heater Color Gray
- Air Temp. Rise 120 Degrees F
- Number of Heat Settings 3 & Fan Only
- Features Auto Overheat Shut Off Protection, Safety Tip-Over Switch, Power Indicator Light
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 1 yr.
- Standards UL/cUL
- Includes 2-Prong Polarized Plug, Washable Dust Filter, Handle
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