HomeAdvantage II™ tankless electric water heaters deliver endless hot water whole house or for point-of-use applications. With a tankless heater, enjoy back-to-back showers where the last shower is just as warm as the first. Eliminate long pipe runs and wait time by installing a tankless heater near a hot water fixture or install in a central location to deliver hot water fixtures around the home.
Choosing the right Eemax tankless electric water heater depends on your climate. Refer to the map to select a temperature zone for sizing. The map reflects general temperature zones, actual inlet temperature may be affected by local variations and seasonal changes.
Selecting the right size is important so that the heater is able to deliver enough hot water for the application.
To size a HomeAdvantage II unit for a single fixture, use the gallons-per-minute flow of the fixture. If the unit is delivering hot water to multiple fixtures, add together the total gallons-per-minute flow rate to find the total demand of the fixtures combined. Select the model that best fits the hot water demand and make sure to check the electrical requirements of the water heater.
Get a consistent shower temperature with a HomeAdvantage II unit. The temperature rise required between the incoming and output water temperatures is calculated by the control board which then regulates the amount of power applied to the heating elements.
HomeAdvantage II units have a compact design so they can be installed under a sink, in a closet, or in other convenient locations.
Water enters the system through the inlet pipe.
The flow sensor detects the gallons per minute flow rate and sends the information to the control board the heater activates at 0.3 gallons per minute.
The inlet thermistor reads the temperature of the incoming water.
The control board calculates the incoming temperature and flow rate to determine the appropriate power output to reach the set temperature point at a rate of 60 times per second.
Triacs send the necessary voltage to the heating elements to achieve the correct power output.
The heating elements activate and heat the outgoing water to the appropriate temperature.