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DIR30A10GR Indoor/Outdoor Infrared Heater - 3000 Watts - 240 VAC

Part Number DIR30A10GR
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DIR30A10GR Indoor/Outdoor Infrared Heater - 3000 Watts - 240 VAC
DIR30A10GR Indoor/Outdoor Infrared Heater - 3000 Watts - 240 VAC
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Indoor/Outdoor Infrared Heaters

The precision-engineered Ceramic Glass Infrared Heater provides premium performance that heats as beautifully as it looks. Schott Nextrema® ceramic tinted glass combines high-temperature, thermal shock and chemical resistance, excellent infrared transmission, non-porous surface and attractive design. And with full heating power available in under 8 seconds, you can go from cold to comfortable with a quick touch of the remote control.



  • IP65 rating for indoor and outdoor applications

  • Nextrema Schott glass ensures even heat distribution and minimizes light emissions

  • Corrosion resistant anodized aluminum makes this product suitable for all climates

  • 3 heat settings for maximum comfort - 1000, 2000 & 3000 watts

  • Programmable timer and remote control for ease of operation



Patios | Balconies | Outdoor Living Spaces



50-5/8" L x 6-3/4" H x 5" D (901 mm x 171 mm x 76.2 mm)



  • Voltage: 240V

  • Wattage: 3000

  • Color: Stainless Steel

  • Finish Glass - Nextrema Schott

  • Heating Element: Ruby halogen heating element

  • Construction Stainless Steel

  • Controls & Wiring: Hardwire installation only. Unit has an auto shut off feature after 8 hours of operation.

  • Installation: Surface-mount brackets included for wall or ceiling installations.

  • Warranty: 1-year replacement parts

Rating Electrician
I have installed a number of these and they are not only exceptionally warm but very easy to keep clean. Installation is a breeze as they only require a dual 20A breaker and 12 gauge wiring.
  Reviewed by:   from Gig Harbor, Washington. on 6/30/2022