keeping with the reliability and performance of our
classic CHAMPION-ATC Electronic Tankless Water Heater,
developed the newer and more advanced CHAMPION-SCR2.
The new CHAMPION-SCR2 incorporates new space age technology
and features a faster and more accurate temperature
sampling system, a manual resettable thermostat and
a new air/water
deferential analyzing system to prevent dry starts,
(which is a key problem for other tankless systems.)
On-Demand Hot Water Saves
By heating water
only as it is needed the CHAMPION-SCR2 Tankless Water
Heater eliminates the need for bulky water heaters that
heat water continuously. This can reduce hot water costs
up to 60% over conventional electric water heaters. The
CHAMPION-SCR2's high efficiency is in part due to its
dedicated analog microprocessor that samples input and
output temperatures 21 times per second.
This power control
system analyzes the data and manages power usage for
maximum efficiency and temperature stability. At rest,
the CHAMPION-SCR2 uses no power at all.
Available in seven
models, the CHAMPION-SCR2 is ideal for a wide range of
application. One CHAMPION-SCR2 unit can supply the hot
water needs of home and apartments, and in some applications,
energy saving can pay back unit cost in less than one
to its shielded incoloy heating elements and copper & brass
casing, the CHAMPION-SCR2 is ideal in any application
deposits shorten the life of a conventional water heater.
Tankless Water Heater comes with a 10 year warranty on
all water-carrying components and all other parts are
warrantied for one year. Installation is quick and easy,
requiring no venting or pressure relief valves, and the
CHAMPION-SCR2 compact size allows installation almost
anywhere. The CHAMPION-SCR2 is without a doubt the Tankless
Water Heater for the 21st century.
Lab # 29-580
||7" W x 10" H x 2-3/4 D
||1/2" Standard Pipe
||5 PSI-Min./150 PSI-Max
||220 VAC Std.(208/277
||Up to 99.5%
||0.4 GPM-on/).3 GPM-off
||10 years on casing
1 year on components
||Dual Microtemp Thermofuse
- Manual Resetable Thermostat
Note that the KW
and Amps are controlled by the setting on the Power Mode.
on unit used. Voltage, amperage, breaker and wire may
vary depending on local electrical standards. Consult
a professional plumber or electrician for guidance.
specifications are based on 220 volts. It should be noted
that higher voltage will increase power, just as lower
voltage will have the reverse effect. The (POWER MODE
CONTROL) can be adjusted to compensate allowing the user
to increase or decrease water temperature. For best performance
adjust temperature at MEDIUM FLOW (approximately 1 GPM)
this is the average water flow at any faucet with an
any adjustments made on your unit will take seconds to
reach point of use. DO NOT OVER HEAT WATER. Water temperature
from 105F to 120F is adequate for all practical purposes.
KW at 220V
Amps at 220V
Anywhere hot water is needed
We reserve the
right to amend specifications as new technology develops.
FPL stated if
TANKLESS were used with a $70.00 month bill you would
save $13.00 per month.
That is an 18.5 percent
savings per month!!
$13.00 times 7
million people which FPL has on line would
save the consumer $91 million
dollars a month.
12 months times 91
million dollars a month totals $1,092,000,000
annual savings for the consumers per year.
If you look at
my utility bill for last month ($151.80) and divide the
total amount into kWh used (1669) it comes out to approximately
9.09 cents per kWh.
If you take 9.09 cents
which is approximately 11KWH
per dollar into $1,092,000,000 it
amounts to approximately 99,272,727
kWh which is how much electricity this state
would save at a minimum per year!!!!
FPL should encourage
the consumer converting to tankless hot water heaters.
FPL should institute a rebate program like they have
now with high energy efficient rated air conditioners
to conserve energy!!!
Isn't it time
that we pass into legislation a law stating that any
new construction whether residential or commercial is
required to use tankless hot water heaters to conserve
energy which this state needs desperately???