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Marley Engineered Products: Electric Wall Heater

Marley Engineered Products: Electric Wall HeaterThe Artisan SmartSeries electric wall heater automatically adjusts wattage output for optimum comfort. It provides only the amount of heat needed at any given moment by continually calculating heat output and fan speed of the proportional difference between room temperature and the set temperature. The heater has a five-day/two-day programmability with four program periods per day. A built-in fan delay operates when the unit is turned off after heating to prolong element life. Fan delay also prevents the fan from coming on until the element has warmed up. The wall heater has a fan-only mode (no heat) for supplemental ventilation. Touch-activated controls offer sleek styling and easy operation. The BMS feature allows connection to building management systems (dry contact). The wall heater heats within 1.5°F of set temperature. The heater can be locked out for security so settings cannot be changed. It has easy-to-use touch-screen operation with adjustable soft-signal beeps. The hold mode maintains constant set temperature, which can be used for freeze protection or vacation setting. The heaters are available in four colors (Northern white, Navajo white, bronze, and aluminum).

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