SolaRay Yoga Heater

Prices ranging from $235.00$585.00

  • Low profile – 1/2″ thin, mounts directly to ceiling or suspended
  • Maximum surface temp. of 190F
  • Requires Zero Maintenance
  • Lifetime warranty, the longest in the industry

How much heat do I need?

 

 

CALISTOGA HOT YOGA, Calistoga, CA

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Features & Benefits

Unobtrusive Heat

SolaRay heaterOur Ducoterra SolaRay is the worlds thinnest heating panel. Its slim profile is sure to blend in with any yoga studio and provide the room’s occupants with sun-like warmth.

  • Price Range: $220-$530 (USD) Per Heater
  • Sizes: 22.5″W x 22.5″L (200 and 250w), 3′ L(300 and 375w), 4′ L(400, 500, 750w), 6’L (600, 750, 1000w)
  • Mounting Options: This panel can be mounted directly to the ceiling
  • Voltage: 120, 208, 240 (NOTE: These panels are designed to be hardwired and will not plug into a standard outlet)
  • Color Options: White, panels may also be painted with water-based paint
  • Warranty: 20-year warranty
  • The panel is sleek, silent and takes up no usable space
  • Requires Zero Maintenance
  • Ul/ETL (Approved for the US and Canada)

 

Specs

SolaRay Heating Panel Specifications:

NOTE: Specifications shown at 240 volts, also available at 120 volts, amperage will double.

SizeWattsAmpsBTUs
22.5″ x 22.5″2000.8682
22.5″ x 22.5″2501.0853
22.5″ x 36″3001.31,024
22.5″ x 36″3751.61,280
22.5″ x 48″4001.71,365
22.5″ x 48″5002.11,706
22.5″ x 72″6002.52,048
22.5″ x 72″7503.12,560
22.5″ x 72″1,0004.23,413

 

Controls

Controls

thermostats / relay / transformer / sensor

  • Ideal for yoga studios
  • Smart phone accessible
  • Scheduling – 32 options
  • Up to 48 programs

Yoga Thermostat
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  • Programmable, allows you to heat the studio only when you need to
  • A favorite among yoga studio owners
  • Maximum 120F set point
  • Additional sensor available to keep thermostat out of sight

Yoga Relay
relay_yoga

    • Works with our Yoga Thermostat
    • You will need one relay for every 20 amp circuit you use for our heating products

Yoga Transformer
yoga_relay

  • Works with our yoga thermostat
  • You will need one transformer for every thermostat you use to control our heaters

Sensor
yoga_thermostat-sensor

    • Works with our yoga thermostat

How much heat?

How much heat do I need?

You’ll need 15 to 30 watts per square foot for most applications.

 

 

Product Reviews

Sola Ray Product Reviews


We’ve installed a total of 8 panels in various areas of a mostly open warehouse. Installation is simple, operation is simple, and the warmth is simply nice. I’d consider using these panels at home if I had the need, and especially if I had solar!

Jochen


Easy to install, easy to operate, and easy on the eye. We have a total of 8 of the 1000w panels installed and they work beautifully. We have ours in a warehouse which is otherwise cold. Standing under them feels nice and it warms up the room over time also.
Frey


So far, so good. I put one on the ceiling in the bathroom that had no heat. Works well with the thermostat. Weather is cooling off, but not cold yet; so I am not sure I got the right size-calculation was between two sizes. If I need more heat I would not hesitate to buy the next size up. This type of heat is much cozier than forced air drafts.

Ellen


We started with a single panel and have added a new panel about once year for the past few years. The three panels installed currently are on the ground floor of our three-story house. Because the lower two floors share the same HVAC it was impossible to keep the ground floor warm in the colder months. Each room now has its own dedicated heat panel so the temperature can be controlled on demand. It’s awesome to sleep under one of these panels so we just purchased our fourth panel to be installed in our master bedroom on the third floor. We love this product!

Michael J Upchurch


Awesome heater. We only use it for an hour or two whenever the kitchen gets too cold. When it first comes on it makes a few small popping sounds as it warms up – so you can tell it’s working. After that it is completely silent. It’s a gentle heat, a little warmer on the head than on the feet, but I suspect that if we left it on full-time the floor would also warm up and we wouldn’t notice the temperature differential. It’s nice that it doesn’t take up any floor or wall space. It’s very unobtrusive on the ceiling – most people don’t even notice it.

Peter


If you don’t have the luxury of going with in floor radiant heat this is the next best option. Much better heat than forced air or electric baseboard.

Scott


I installed this 2′ x 2′ panel on the bathroom ceiling so that when you step out of the shower it’s above you. It does a good job of taking the chill off in winter. Very unobtrusive, low profile and silent.

Charlie