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Compact Enclosure Fan Heaters from 60 to 230W

Compact Fan Heaters

$153.16

Item# FCH-FGC10022R

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1-4 $153.16
5-9 $145.50
10-24 $142.44
25-49 $136.31
50-99 $133.25
100+ $130.19

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Compact Fan Heaters FCH-FGC10022R FCH-FGC10022R
  • High Power Output (60 to 230W) to Small Size
  • Lightweight
  • Simple Installation
  • Pre-Wired
  • Separate Fan Operation Possible

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This range of fan heaters uses Positive Temperature Coefficient (PTC) ceramic heating technology to provide the user with a product ideally suited to climate control. The heater can be controlled independently to the fan, allowing a “fan-only” mode for air circulation. The product has been designed, and approved, for build-in applications. It has a robust construction utilizing two anodized aluminum extrusions, coupled to a 40 mm (1.6") fan. The heating element is a PTC heater.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Heater Fan Surprisingly Efficient! We recently purchased the FCH-FGC1 and wow! Surprisingly Efficient!
Date published: 2017-03-15
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What's the BTU output for the 12v 60w unit please?

Asked by: Steve5342
I’m looking at these heaters to place in outside battery box to keep my lithium batteries warm. In my area it gets to around 18 degrees as the low temperature. It can remain below freezing for 4-8 hrs. 
Answered by: Steveo
Date published: 2021-05-18

How is it mounted? Would it work in a campervan?

Asked by: AngelaH
The FCH-FGC10022R is a compact fan heater for small enclosures. Typical application is to heat a small electrical enclosure to keep components from dropping below their operating temperature range. Larger areas or enclosures would require more power to heat. We have emailed you the user guide for detailed instructions. Thank you for connecting with Omega!
Answered by: Jane
Date published: 2021-04-26

How does this unit mount? I've got an enclosure being made for a Robot Tool with a camera that will need heat. The insides of the enclosure are already very close to the outer dimensions of this unit and I'd like to know how it mounts to be sure it fits

Asked by: CynertiaDoug
Please send your inquiry to heaters@omega.com and instructions can be provided.
Answered by: Applications Engineer AB
Date published: 2022-02-22

How long and wide?

Asked by: spark
Thanks for your question. The specifications are listed on the Datasheet (PDF), under the bullets, on the product page. Please contact our Tech Support if you have any further questions. https://assets.omega.com/pdf/process-heaters-and-coolers/enclosure-heaters/FCH-FGC1.pdf
Answered by: Jane
Date published: 2021-04-26

Can you pleas send me a user guide fpr Compact Enclosure Fan Heaters from 60 to 230W?

Asked by: davef
Please send the request to heaters@omega.com and one of the Applications Engineers can send you a manual.
Answered by: Applications Engineer AB
Date published: 2022-05-03

Would this be suitable for application in a high speed boat console to control condensation at the dock (230 vac heater) and to reduce heat from installed electronics when underway (12 vdc fan)? High impacts/saltwater environment.

Asked by: DougH
There aren't any specifications for Shock and Vibration and electronics should always be protected from exposure to all water and significant humidity moisture of any type. If you can protect it you can try it at your own risk.
Answered by: Applications Engineer AB
Date published: 2021-09-13
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