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Item Code: QMARK685360151328
UPC/GTIN/Part #: 685360151328

Description:  WPC1500 Radiant Convection Panel Heater

Qmark/Marley 120 Volt - 500/1000/1500 watt. Three prong grounded cord set. Removable wheel kit allows unit to be wall mounted near electrical outlet. Thermostatically Controlled Portable Heater With Three Levels Of Heat. Dimensions: 29.5" x 18.25" x 3.25"


Typically in stock at vendor warehouse, call for delivery time

Condition:  New in box



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Voltage: 120 Volt
Phase: 1 Phase
Wattage: 500/1000/1500 Watt
Applications: Room Heating
Portable Heating
Color: White
L x H x D: 30 x 21 x 4 Inch
Manufacturer: Qmark/Marley
Included: Heating Unit
Removable Wheel Kit
Installation Manual

Features of WPC1500 Qmark Portable Electric Radiant Convection Panel Heater

The Qmark WPC1500 is an electric radiant and convection portable panel heater. This versatile electric convector heater can either be used as a free standing portable or a wall hung unit plugged into a 120 volt outlet. Many well liked features make this heater a popular item to maintain room comfort. Applications include primary or supplemental room heating for bedrooms, family rooms, enclosed porches, game rooms, small offices and similar light duty heating.

Efficient multi watt design allows user to choose between three wattage levels for greater comfort control and energy savings.

Removable wheel kit allows unit to be wall mounted near electrical outlet.

Positive OFF switch conveniently located on side of heater.

Easy to use built in adjustable thermostat.

Tip over switch and linear limit for added safety.

Polyester powder coated steel body.

The Qmark WPC1500 electric heater should always be plugged directly into a wall outlet receptacle. Never use the heater with an extension cord or relocatable power tap (outlet power strip). If this heater is to be used in damp areas such as basements or garages, a Ground Fault Circuit must be provided.