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HEATING | WALL
A heated mirror pad ensures clear mirrors straight after a hot bath or shower
|Stock Code||Description||Shape||Height x Width (mm)||Output (w)||Unit|
|MH-0600||Mirror Heater||Rectangular||400 x 600||57||Ea|
|MH-0800||Mirror Heater||Rectangular||600 x 800||96||Ea|
|MH-0900||Mirror Heater||Rectangular||600 x 900||108||Ea|
|MH-1000||Mirror Heater||Rectangular||750 x 1000||150||Ea|
|MH-1200||Mirror Heater||Rectangular||850 x 1200||204||Ea|
|MH-1300||Mirror Heater||Rectangular||1000 x 1300||260||Ea|
|MHO-0600||Mirror Heater||Oval||400 x 600||45||Ea|
|MHO-0800||Mirror Heater||Oval||600 x 800||76||Ea|
|MH-DST||Double Sided Tape||25 x 50 mm|
|MH-ADH||Mirror Adhesive||310 ml|
|PIR-01||PIR Movement Sensor||-|
Install in 4 easy steps
Adhere heater to back of your mirror
Use the self adhesive backing to fix the mirror heater to the back of your mirror. Mirror adhesive should be applied around the perimeter of the mirror so it becomes as isolated as possible when fixed to the wall, we recommend ThermoSphere mirror adhesive.
Lay your mirror onto a clean towel to ensure no scratches or blemishes are formed when applying the heated element.
Wire up and fix to the wall
Wire the demister pad into a marshalling box behind the mirror. Then line the mirror up ensuring a 5mm gap is maintained around the perimeter of the mirror if installing flush with tiles. Gently apply pressure around the outside of the mirror and allow all adhesives to fully cure before powering up your mirror.
If you are using mechanical fixings, ensure they are not within 10mm of the heater pad.
Wiring to a light circuit
ThermoSphere mirror demisters require a mains supply, marshalling box and a switch or PIR sensor. Measure and mark out all the necessary items before you install the electric mirror heater. If necessary chase into the wall to accommodate fixtures and wires.
If you are installing your mirror into a rebate within the tiles ensure you leave a 5mm gap around the perimeter of the mirror. Any contact with the hard materials could result in a breakage
Wiring to a PIR sensor
Can be wired into an existing lighting circuit. You can also connect to a PIR (Movement) sensor if needed.
Remember to position the connection box and power cable in the closest available position to your electrical connections.