Submersible DC Water Heater Elements

Submersible DC Water Heater Elements can be used direct with batteries, solar panels, hydroelectric generators, as a wind turbine dump diversion load. You can run high voltage through the element as long as you don't exceed the rated wattage of the element. For example: A 600 watt element...
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Submersible DC Water Heater Elements can be used direct with batteries, solar panels, hydroelectric generators, as a wind turbine dump diversion load.

You can run high voltage through the element as long as you don't exceed the rated wattage of the element.

For example:

  1. A 600 watt element can handle a 600 watt max solar array output of 150 volts 4 amps

  2. A 300 watt element can handle a max output of 300 watts 200 volt at 1.5 amps.  

As long as your panel(s) voltage exceeds the element voltage rating but does not exceed the max output wattage, you can safely use the element.


DO NOT USE GRID POWER AS IT WILL IMMEDIATELY DESTROY THE ELEMENT! 


Element Specifications:

  • Tube diameter is 8 mm

  • Tube length is 7 inches (177.8 mm)

  • Foldback length is 3.94 inches (100 mm)

  • Overall length is 8 5/16 inches (211.1 mm)

  • Fits standard water heaters with a 1" NPT or your own custom heater tank.

  • Stainless steel materials 

    Submersible DC Water Heater Elements (2)


  • 48 Volt 1000 Watt Model

    • can also be wired for 12 Volts 60 Watts

    • can also be wired for 24 Volts 250 Watts

    • can also be wired for 36 Volts 600 Watts

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    Uses:

  • Livestock water tank deicer (low amp draw means you won't drain your battery as fast). For keeping dog, cat, chicken, and other domestic animals' water from freezing.

  • Standard American water heater element replacement for on or off grid applications

  • Water preheating

  • Campers, motorhomes, and RVs

  • Emergency hot water

  • Portable commercial, industrial machines and equipment

  • and many, many more uses where heat or diversion loads are needed.

Question: How many watts are required to heat one gallon of water up one degree?

Answer: It requires 2.4705 watts for one hour.

DC water heating elements are much safer than 110 volt



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