Unlike a conventional heater, the Ionmax Ray Ion801 uses Far Infrared (FIR) technology to create heat. As FIR heating isn’t susceptible to draughts, it provides a more energy-efficient, economical method of heating for your home.
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Far Infrared heat
Far Infrared heat is similar to the heat produced by the sun: it is an invisible radiant energy with a longer wavelength than visible light. The Ray Ion801 provides a similar sensation to being warmed by the sun, without harmful UV rays. The heat generated by the Ray Ion801 travels through the air and is absorbed by the objects it touches, which radiate the heat back. Human bodies absorb FIR rays very well through the skin, keeping the body warm and comfortable.
How the Ray Ion801 works
Windows allow in large amounts of FIR rays from the sun, however in winter when days are shorter or overcast it becomes harder to feel warm indoors. The Ray Ion801 replaces this shortfall of sun rays at a fraction of the cost of conventional heaters, as it allows you to feel warm in overall lower room temperatures. As it produces FIR rays and not warm air, it is suitable for rooms of all sizes (even with high ceilings), where fan heaters would be prohibitively expensive to run.
Smart and thoughtful features
- Intuitive control panel
- Versatile tilt targets any area or direction (10º downward, vertical and 30º upward)
- Timer feature (up to 9 hours)
- 9 heat settings (ranging from 200 to 1200W)
- Automatic switch-off after 10 hours
- Top handle for easy lifting and adjusting tilt
- Automatic balance link
- Low operating noise: 15-30 dB (equivalent to a whisper or rustling leaves)
- Suitable for rooms of all sizes
|Power Consumption (approx.)||Level 1 - 200W Level 2 - 320W Level 3 - 440W Level 4 - 560W Level 5 - 690W Level 6 - 810W Level 7 - 930W Level 8 - 1050W Level 9 - 1170W|
|Dimensions (W x D x H)||35.4 cm x 31.8 cm x 72.9 cm|
|Decibels||15 ~ 30dB|
12 months warranty (supported by a warranty and repair centre located in Victoria, Australia).