Spot 2800W Electric Radiant Heater
No Aggressive Red Light - Produces
a very ambient modest light
HEATSCOPE® Spot radiant heaters produce a subtle orange glow which is only 30-40% of the light output of the traditional radiant heaters. The reduced light output is due to the use of a color matching grill screen in front of the satin surface carbon heating elements that can be either a black or white. They are midwave radiant heaters that produce heat almost instantly (less than 15 seconds) and are ideal for providing heat to outdoor areas such as partially open patios or balconies.
Efficiency Made Simple
HEATSCOPE® is committed to efficiency! All VISION, SPOT and PURE radiant heaters were developed in accordance with the newest findings concerning the mid-wave IR range. This means that between 90% and 94% of the energy used is turned directly into ambient heat.
All HEATSCOPE® design radiant heaters produce natural infrared heat in the (fast) mid-wave IR range. This means that the heat feels particularly pleasant and is effective exactly where it is needed – that’s directly under the first layers of skin, but not too deep in the tissue.
Inviting & Cosy
Other radiant heaters use light tubes to produce heat as a by-product – at HEATSCOPE® we exclusively use innovative carbon technology: two carbon spirals are powered with an electric current, they begin to glow and produce a particularly pleasant warmth.
Output peaks are a thing of the past with HEATSCOPE® power heaters. Although the heaters start up slowly, they reach 100% in no time: the range of SPOT models take only 15 seconds, and the VISION & PURE range takes a maximum of 30 seconds owing to the glass front.
The separate model ranges are either delivered with their own IR remote control or with a 4-wire cable for integration into an external control system (output dependent).
Delivers pleasant heat without the distraction. Clean-cut, modern designs and colours easily blend into any decor.
All models are certified with an IP rating for protection against dust, splash-water, and wind.
No Aggressive Red Light
Produces a very ambient, modest light based on double carbon heating elements.
Up to 94% of the energy used is turned into ambient heat and transferred directly to nearby people and surfaces for maximum efficiency.
Operate and sync your heater(s) with your smart device (compatible with Alexa and Google Assistant). *Internet connection and additional accessories required
Our radiant heaters come with an industry leading two-year limited warranty.
Power / Current
Max. Power In
This graphic shows the heating performance of Heatscope Spot 2800W heaters. Please note that the heat output always depends on a wide range of factors.
They include: Installation environment (indoors or outdoors, enclosed or open, wind-protected or wind-prone), installation height, radiation angles, weather, voltage fluctuations, etc.
Please consider all these factors in your planning.*All values are approximate. Max. temperature increases achievable in enclosed spaces at 16 °C (dependent on the respective installation conditions and mounting height).
AccessoriesIncludes everything you need to easily operate and protect your investment for many years to come.
Which heater model is the best for me?
This depends on the installation environment. If you own an open terrace, where sometimes the wind is blowing, we highly recommend only the SPOT power heaters.
But if you want to heat your glass house, conservatory or loggia, we entrust the ambient heaters VISION to you. These perfectly match well covered areas.
A rule of thumb is: The more open the area the more open the heater has to be – even if the other model looks nicer and is pleasing you more.
How many amperes does HEATSCOPE® radiant heaters draw?
- Spot 1600W – 13.91 amps at 100% power
- Spot 2800W – 12.17 amps at 100% power
- Vision 3200W – 13.91 amps at 100% power
- Pure 2400W – 10.43 amps at 100% power
Are there any guidelines that I must follow to install the radiant heater?
Your electrician must follow the installation instructions set by the manufacturer, and make all connections in accordance with AS/NZS 3000:2018 Wiring rules. Please refer to the installation manual.
Do I need a separate remote control for each HEATSCOPE® heater?
No, one remote control works with multiple heaters. To control the HEATSCOPE® VISION and Spot heaters simply hold the remote control toward the respective heater and alter the setting (either up or down) to the desired power level.
Can I install HEATSCOPE® infrared heaters directly to a power source?
Most of the time when an electrician installs the HEATSCOPE® heater the power cable will be connected directly to the electrical grid. The resulting electrical circuit is then turned on and off using a dedicated switch. Each heater must have its own fuse.
How do I install my HEATSCOPE® heater?
All infrared heaters must be installed by a licensed electrician and in accordance with the installation and instruction manual.
Can I control HEATSCOPE® infrared heaters continuously with a standard dimmer?
HEATSCOPE® infrared heaters cannot be controlled with a standard dimmer due to the amount of power required.
HEATSCOPE® VISION and Spot heaters can be controlled with an on/off switch or via an infrared remote control with two switchable power levels, (on/off, 100%, 50%).
Can I cover my HEATSCOPE® heater?
No, electric heaters require adequate ventilation surrounding the heater at all times. Please never cover the appliance nor enclose it with insulating or similar materials.
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