Programmable heating with digital wall heater

Programmable heating with the Artisan SmartSeries Architectural Digital Wall Heater automatically adjusts wattage output and blower speed resulting in energy efficiencies.

07/14/2016


Programmable heating with the Artisan SmartSeries Architectural Digital Wall Heater automatically adjusts wattage output and blower speed resulting in energy efficiencies. Courtesy: Marley Engineered ProductsMarley Engineered Products' programmable heating with the Artisan SmartSeries architectural digital wall heater automatically adjusts wattage output and blower speed resulting in energy efficiencies. The slim unit features 5- or 2-day programmability with four daily program periods to respond to a variety of environment needs, and a LED touch screen thermostat. Other features include built-in fan delay cools unit, remote control, ability to connect to building management systems, four standard colors, and heavy-duty powder coated cast aluminum grille. The Artisan SmartSeries is suited for commercial areas such as offices, lobbies, vestibules, hotels, and restaurants.

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