Get the Eccotemp L10 Tankless Heater plus handheld showerhead and hose in one bundle.
The Eccotemp L10 Tankless Heater provides non-stop hot water in your summer cottage, cabin, lake house, camper, RV, horse washing stall, potting shed, or wherever else you'll be needing hot water.
Two "D" cell batteries power the igniter only while water is running....No chance of overheating. It is perfect for use off-grid or in areas where there is limited or no electrical service.
At a flow rate of 2.65 GPM (full capacity), the L10 provides a 30°F to 35°F water temperature increase. At a flow rate of 2 GPM, the L10 gives approximately 50°F temperature rise. Decreasing the water flow further provides a further increase in the water temperature.
The Eccotemp L10 has standard water connections, which makes plumbing with standard fixtures quick and easy. The unit also works flawlessly on modified water systems like a 12-volt pump.
The unit needs a 2" clearance from the wall, 12" side to side away from any flammable object, 36" from a window or overhang, and 18" up from the ground.
• Outdoor installation only
• 20-minute automatic safety shutoff timer
• Manual water temperature control on front of unit
• Adjust the water pressure from 20 to 80 PSI with dial on the front of the unit
• 74,000 BTU
• Rated heat input: 20 kW
• DOE Energy Factor of 0.85
• Field tested to operate according to specs at 5500 ft. elevation
• 1/2" NPT water fittings
• Rated gas pressure: 11" of water column
• D-size batteries for ignition. No electricity needed for operation.
• Unit dimensions: 28" tall (35" including rain cap) x 13.5" wide x 6.5" deep
• Unit weight: 27 pounds
• One year manufacturer warranty
• CSA regulator for use with standard 20-pound propane tank
• Removable, weatherproof stainless steel rain cap
• Garden hose adapter
• Handheld showerhead and hose
Click here for the instruction manual
Frequently Asked Question ("FAQ")
Q: Is the heated output water potable (drinkable)?
A: As of November, 2017, Eccotemp has not tested the heated output water for water safety standards. However, the whole home units such as the i12, FVI12 and 45H units are tested as acceptable for heated water output potability.