Rheem RTE 7 Tankless Water Heater, 240V 29A Electric Single-Point - Indoor, 2.5 GPM

Brand: Rheem
Model: RTE 7
Condition: New
Warranty: 1-10 Years*
SKU: 1987111
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Rheem RTE 7 Electric Tankless Water Heater

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About The Rheem RTE7 Indoor Tankless Water Heater for Multiple Sinks - Electric

The Rheem RTE7 Indoor Tankless Water Heater is a low-cost, energy efficient to provide continuous hot water to multiple sinks.  The Rheem tankless water heaters are a much more ideal way of providing hot water than the traditional 40-50 gallon hot water heaters.  At one third the size of conventional tanked water heaters the Rheem RTE7 Indoor Tankless Water Heater can be installed just about anywhere.  The Rheem RTE7 Indoor Tankless Water Heater has a 0.40 GPM minimum activation flow rating making it ideal for low-flow faucets, WaterSense faucets, and any other water applications that do not draw much water.  The on-unit temperature control offers full control of the unit.

The Rheem RTE7 Indoor Tankless Water Heater has LED indicator lights that provide you the ability to easily identify exactly what state the tankless water heater is in.  The Rheem RTE7 Indoor Tankless Water Heater has a guardian OFW Overheat film wrap that monitors the temperature of the heat exchanger and will immediately turns the tankless water heater off if it exceeds safe temperatures.  The OFW Overheat Film Wrap is a feature that is exclusive to Rheem tankless water heaters.  The Rheem RTE7 Indoor Tankless Water Heater fits standard 1/2 inch NPT water connections.  The Rheem RTE7 Indoor Tankless Water Heater has a rugged brass and copper heat exchanger for great durability.  The Rheem RTE7 Indoor Tankless Water Heater has a maximum flow rating of 2.5 GPM.

 The Rheem RTE7 Indoor Tankless Water Heater includes a ten year warranty on the heat exchange, and a one year warranty on parts.

Additional Information:

Feature Sheet

Spec Sheet

Use and Care Manual

  • On-unit temperature control
  • LEDs indicate active element and standby mode
  • Standard 1/2" water connection
  • Rugged brass/copper heat exchanger
  • Modulating power
  • Model: RTE 7
  • Dimensions: 10.25" L x 5.275" W x 6" H
  • Kilowatts: 7
  • Volts: 240
  • Required Breaker: 30
  • Max Power: 29 Amps
  • AWG Wire: 10
  • Minimum Activation Flow Rate: 0.4 GPM
  • Max Flow Rate: 2.5 GPM
  • Flow Rate By Degrees: 2.50 GPM at 20 Degrees, 1.59 GPM at 30 Degrees, 1.20 GPM at 40 Degrrees, 0.96 GPM at 50 Degrees, 0.80 at 60 Degrees, 0.68 at 70 Degrees, 0.60 at 80 Degrees, 0.53 at 90 Degrees, 0.48 at 100 Degrees
Heat Exchange Warranty: 10 Years Through The Manufacturer
Parts Warranty: 1 Year Through The Manufacturer
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Questions & Answers

Do you have to have soft H2O to use a tankless H2O heater?

by Joe D. on 03-01-2014

No, water must be portable (drinkable) for use with a Rheem RTE 7 tankless water heater.

on 03-08-2014

I am looking for a water heater to serve one sink in my residential pole barn. Just need enough to wash my hands occasionally. Incoming well water is 40-50 degrees F. Would the RTE7 work for this application, or would you recommend a different unit?

by Jerry E. from Indiana on 01-06-2014

With a Max Flow Rate 2.5 GPM , this unit would fit your needs as it will raise the temp. about 20 - 80 degrees depending on the amount of flow you are washing with .

on 03-18-2014

Are any of these hot water heaters 110 voltage.

by ANN D. on 07-07-2012

Yes, The Rheem RTE3 (click here to view) is a 110V Tankless Electric Water Heater. It is a smaller model than the model listed above. The Rheen RTE3 is suitable for a single sink, and will require more than one unit if used for multiple sinks. 

The larger units require more electricity, requiring a 220V connection to operate properly and efficiently. 

on 07-09-2012
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