Calculate Power of an Infrared Heating
Calculation of the required power of an infrared heating in watts from the room size and height. The preset value of 20 watts per cubic meter applies to well-insulated rooms when the infrared heating is used as the only heat source. As auxiliary heating, it can be weaker (about half as much), with poor insulation more watts are required.
Electricity Costs of an Infrared Heater
Infrared heating is an economical and effective way of heating with electricity, it can be cheaper than other means of heating. This should be calculated by experts. An electricity meter can easily be connected upstream of an infrared heater, which precisely determines its consumption.
This calculator can be used to estimate the annual consumption and costs of a heating system:
An infrared heater (500 watts) as a picture, mounted on the wall.
An further infrared heater (450 watts) in the bathroom. This is not mounted, but stands loosely on a brick to protect the wood of the bathroom cabinet.
Photos: view from Alpspitz, fishing boats at Grüntensee
Here you can convert metric units into customary and imperial units and convert temperature units.
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