Tankless Water Heater Electric 240V, On Demand Hot Water Heater Digital Display 5.5kW,Electric Instant Hot Water Heater

(10 customer reviews)

Price: $124.99

  • 【INSTANT & SUFFICIENT HOT WATER】Applied with 5.5KW heating system, the electric water heater supplies instant, consistent and endless hot water of 116℉or higher temp shortly, no waiting for preheat nor terrible temp up & down, perfect companion for sinks. Time to get rid of those “lukewarm” toys.
  • 【SMART SELF ADJUSTMENT】The hot water heater adjusts power input based on flow rate and temp setting in real time. For example, less power will be applied by the system when waterflow reduced, thus you still get ideal temperature instead of scalding hot water, which means comfortable experience. Optimal energy efficiency of 98% saves considerable electric charge.
  • 【CONVENIENT USE】The tankless water heater comes with digital display & touch control panel so temp setting is easy job. Now turn on the tap and let the smart unit do the rest, you needn’t go through hard lesson about temp setting by a mixer tap without any hint. This Black model does not comes with Remote control, useful for installation under sink.
  • 【SAFE and DURABLE】Applied with multiple protection devices, every piece goes through strict tests to ensure 100% safe. Inner water and electricity lines are designed to run separately so as to avoid leakage or harm of scale build up. Approval by ETL and qualifies for UL, you can expect outstanding performance for years to come.
  • 【POINT of USE】The sleek tankless water heater is compact as an oatmeal box, making it possible to install anywhere close to outlet and avoid energy waste. It can be mounted horizontally, vertically, obliquely, ideal for kitchen, bar, school, hospital, community and hair salon. Please verify it is the right size for you: 5.5kW@240V; dimensions 11″ x 7.5″ x 2.35″; pipes fittings :1/2″ NPT.

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Tankless Water Heater Electric 240V, On Demand Hot Water Heater Digital Display 5.5kW,Electric Instant Hot Water Heater, Overheating Protection, Black

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Electric Tankless Water Heater For Sinks

Being one of those limited choices with smart modulation heating, ECOTOUCH tankless water heater provides instant & endless hot water with optimal thermal efficiency of 98% and minimum energy cost. Thus, the tankless water heater heats up 1.2GPM water from 67℉ to 109℉, which out runs most point use water heaters and will sure cut your electric bill.

Designed with compact size, it is one of perfect solutions for Kitchen & Bathroom Sinks, Wet Bars, Strip Malls, Doctor’s Office.

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Over temperature protection

Dry heating protection

Leakage protection

Water and electricity line separated


1.The unit is mainly for sinks, not for shower purpose.

2.The tankless water heater should be installed professionally.

3.Please read instruction manual carefully prior to installation and use!


Real compact design, water heater coordinates with scenes decor, above sink or under sink water heater, horizontally, vertically or obliquely installation. Comes with easy installation brackets, pipe fitting of 1/2″ NPT and 10AWG power cord(fixed to the unit) so you don’t to have to hire a plumber even if you can do it.


  • Power: 5.5kW
  • Voltage: 240V~60Hz
  • Min. water flow to activate the unit: 0.475GMP
  • Max tempt rise from 67°F to 109°F @ 1.2GPM
  • Max. Amperage: 23A
  • Recommended wire size: 10AWG
  • Required circuit breaker : 1x 2-Pole 30 AMP

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Point-of-Use Under-sink Electric Tankless Water Heaters

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Instant hot water and endless

As soon as you turn it on, hot water comes out immediately with desired temperature and sufficient flow rate of 1-1.5 gallon per minute, no waiting for preheat or standby energy loss. The best part is you get endless hot water now, 24h service, anytime you need. Perfect for sinks.

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More hygiene

No storage in bulky water tank for long time heating, avoids bacterial growth and rusting issue that do great harm to water quality. Besides, water pipe and electricity heating are designed to run independently so as to avoid scale build up, now you get steady stream of clean and fresh hot water.

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Smart modulation and energy saving

Equipped with a smart modulating control for stable temp, the hot water heater adjusts exact power input according to power calculation based on flow rate and temp setting in real time, which means you get still stable temp, instead of scalding hot, when you reduce flow rate. Optimal energy efficiency is promised.

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Sleek & compact design

360 degree installation, lightweight design and compact as an oatmeal box, the tankless hot water heater is capable of and being located near by. It features a sleek and attractive design to blend seamlessly with decor.

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3 Smart Steps for Choosing Tankless Water Heaters

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It is important to figure out your average inlet water temperature, this determines if you can get hot water of desired temp from the hot water heater. Outlet water temp equals inlet water temp plus temp raise(by the hot water heater).

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Check the chart to figure out the flow rate suggested for your area and the corresponding outlet water temp to see if it meets your need. For example, if inlet water in your area is 67℉, you are able to get 1.2GPM hot water @ 109℉, if you set temp lower, you are able to get more than 1.2GPM, correspondingly.

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Determining specs and electrical infrastructure is important because without the correct infrastructure your unit may not fit onto your breaker panel. We would like to remind you of reading the user manual prior installation and using for the first time.

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Additional information




Item Weight

‎6.64 pounds

Package Dimensions

‎15.25 x 11.2 x 4.9 inches

Country of Origin







‎Aluminum, Brass, Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene



Power Source

‎240V/60Hz hardwire


‎240 Volts


‎5.5 KW

Installation Method


Item Package Quantity


Flow Rate

‎1.5 Gallons Per Minute

Type of Bulb


Mounting Type



‎Indoor use only

Included Components

‎2 gaskets, 4 anchors,4 screws,2 Mounting Brackets

Batteries Included?


Batteries Required?




Date First Available

April 22, 2019

10 reviews for Tankless Water Heater Electric 240V, On Demand Hot Water Heater Digital Display 5.5kW,Electric Instant Hot Water Heater

  1. Garry BoyerGarry Boyer

    It’s good for taking the edge off the cold water for an outdoor kitchen sink. We don’t get freezing temperatures in our area, though, so I wouldn’t recommend everyone use it.The main downside is the narrow band of flow rates. Water too slow, you don’t get any heat at all. Too fast and it can’t keep up. On a regular bathroom sink it probably would keep up but this is plumbed as a kitchen so no at 2 gpm. But even at 2 gpm it is warm enough for hand washing, which was really the purpose to begin with. This isn’t really a limitation of the product, but more what you can achieve with a 30 amp circuit, regardless of product.When installing this, PLEASE ensure the water connections are lower than your junction box. And also arrange a drip loop in the electric cord. Unless you’re using all watertight electrical work, you don’t want leaks to get into your junction box.

  2. EdwardEdward

    So i installed this unit in my sisters nail salon. It is located under the kitchen cabinet where the old tank was. It was simple to installed . It hangs on the wall with brakets provided. Instruccions say that u need a ground wire . I didnt have a ground wire , its an old building , but i grounded it to one of the water copper lines that goes into the ground with a clamp. In my case the kitchen sink its very short distance, 10 feet or so, and the water gets enough hot. Then the pedicure bowl its about 20 feet away and it gets warm enough but not as hot as the kitchen . Of course if u dont run the water at full blast it will get hotter. I ran the pedicure bowl for about a minute and water was warm enough constanly. The unit looks and feels great . Who knows how long it will last but for now it works perfectly fine .

  3. christi

    We purchased this water heater for use in the bathroom of our garage to be able to wash your hands. So far it seems to be working perfectly. My husband did have a couple small issues with the installation as the unit seemed to leak a little water where the connection was but it was nothing major and he was able to resolve it on his own without calling tech support.Since the time I made this purchase, I have had two informative emails from the seller (which I greatly appreciated). They seem to be an outstanding seller as far as communication goes.

  4. The Goat

    So the situation is this… office is about 50-75′ away from where the traditional gas fired hot water heater is located. The water travels in a non-insulated area that let’s face it…the water is cold. The worst part? Takes a good 3-4 minutes to get warm water. Yes, I have timed it and the colder it is….the longer it takes.So I was originally going to put in a lowboy or some other small tanked heater— then I started to look at the tankless units. For me it came down to what do we really need it for? Bathroom sinks and a sink for the kitchen— honestly none are used with any amount of vigor, so I went with something that was not too big power consumption wise. This is supported by a 30A double pole breaker and 10ga wire. I have seen some post where people have used 12ga— that is incorrect wire sizing and although it “works” it creates heat and can easily cause fires, etc. Save yourself or the life of others— use the correct wire size.So after getting it installed and what we did for our situation was to break in the line and plumb this inline with the gas hot water heater as an assist. PEX and Shark Bite fittings made short work of it all and tying into the existing copper. Leak tested, and let it purge out any air….turned on the breaker and set the temp to 110-degrees. So now it takes a mere 10-15 seconds depending on which sink you use. Water is plenty warm to wash your hands or clean silverware, cups, etc.So overall I am duly impressed. I have really thought about it and in the future I will be buying one for home as I have a 240V/30A outlet for other purposes in my garage that I will use with one of these to wash cars— warm water always works better and right now I only have cold water. I also have recommended it to a friend that has a pier and a wash station— same situation in that they have hot and cold, but the the hot takes forever to get there….so they’re going to be installing one this spring.

  5. Mike Schott

    I want to update my earlier review: The seller contacted me offering various solutions and eventually upgraded my heater to the next larger size which works much better. Highly recommended.First, the instructions were clear enough, the installation went smoothly and the unit appears to be well made. With that said, once it was installed and working the only way I could get the water temperature up to a high of about 90 degrees was to slow the output down to barely a trickle. At a decent flow rate it’s lukewarm at best. I studied the data and read the reviews on this thing before I ordered it and based on that I really expected it to do better. Since its winter the incoming water temperature to the sink where it’s installed is about 50 degrees and I’m sure that’s the issue but I had read positive reviews on units with half the available kW’s so I figured with 5.5 kW this one would do well. My mistake. If you need hot water year round look elsewhere.

  6. Troy VelieTroy Velie

    I bought this for tiny house/hunting cabin project. I have a 50Amp RV power hookup and was looking for on demand water heating for sink and shower. Since it may be a few weeks in between visits to the cabin I was shopping for a unit that is 1) Tankless to avoid keeping water in a water heater tank, and 2) On demand and small enough that would not draw too much power. I was looking at both the 5.5kW and 6.5kW model from Ecotouch and decided to go with the 5.5kW. If you are comfortable with the plumbing and able to install a 30amp double pole breaker for the 240V supply the installation is pretty simple. The unit is surprisingly small and simply hangs on the wall. I have the heater below the sink, and shower stall built right next to it so the pipe is very short going to either sink or shower. From testing so far the heater works as advertised. Easy to turn on and adjust the desired temperature, and after selecting temperature the display switches to show current temp in the unit. In my setup the water is pumped from holding tank in the cabin itself so starting temp stays around 65-67 degrees. I keep the unit set at 110 degrees output. The pump is 2.9 GPM max, so with faucet wide open the water gets warm but it does not get to 110 degrees, as expected from the specs. If closing faucet halfway, at approx 1.4 GPM it does easily reach approx. 100 degrees within seconds, and if closing faucet a little below halfway it will reach 110 degrees at constant flow, but of course water flow is lower at that point. Product specs are – 67 deg water will reach 109 deg at 1.2GPM. I may look for a flow regulator to more precisely test flow rate, but seems to be accurate.Results: The hot water supply to sink works great, as described taking the temperature and flow rate limitations into mind. I have seen other reviews that have used for a shower. My shower stall not quite finished but I will test the output once complete, keeping mind this is a small unit and will not achieve the flow rate of my shower at home for the size. It will probably work as expected.

  7. Lori G.

    We ordered two of these, one for the bathroom shower and one for the kitchen sink. Our water is a little colder than their specs for our area and we still achieved wonderful results. Our shower and sink both easily and quickly heat to 104° which is a perfect temperature for our uses. This was our second purchase trying to achieve acceptable temps, and the first was a different unit and performed so poorly I won’t even mention it. These got here a day earlier than promised and while newly installed appear to do everything the seller promised. We give our highest recommendation for both the heaters and the seller. If you’re hesitating, go ahead and buy it.

  8. John Matel

    What I wanted was a small point of use water heater that would not overheat the water. This product has met my expectations. My house hot water tank is about 40 (pipe)feet from the kitchen. It takes over 1 minute of running the hot water to get the hot water to the sink. I installed the heater in the riser hot water line of my kitchen sink faucet. IMPORTANT: USE ONLY A GFCI CIRCUIT BREAKER to power this device.Now installed, it now takes about 2-3 seconds for the water to “start feeling warmer” and about 10-15 seconds to be at 110 degrees. More importantly, when the 130 degree house hot water finally reaches this unit, it will not overheat the water coming out the faucet. The hot water coming out your faucet will eventually be at your house hot water temperature. It’s also important to know that the colder your input water, the lower the temperature will be AND/OR, the higher the water flow, the lower the temperature. Our winter cold water is about 65 degrees normally. This little unit can supply 107 degree water at full flow, within 30 seconds or so. Eventually, 120 degrees after about 1 minute at full flow.It won’t work miracles. If you have really cold water, don’t expect the flow rate to be high to get warm water. You’ll have to get a higher wattage unit. If your water is cold, you’ll probably want to go with a small hot water tank instead of a tankless.The unit will reduce it’s power draw as the input water temperature increases. I’ve proved this with an ampmeter at the power panel. Initially, it draws about 23-25 amps, then reduces until no extra heating (power) is necessary.Like all tankless hot water heaters, it suffers from the same drawbacks. A “trickle” of water will not activate the heating element and you’ll have cold water gaps when used frequently. It is small and looks well built. It should fit under most kitchen sink cabinets. This was exactly what I wanted and so far, is working well. Again, ONLY USE A GFCI CIRCUIT BREAKER to power this unit.

  9. stefan attaway

    I live alone in a house, got tired of the huge gas bill and water heater, so put this tiny unit in its place, home is all rigid copper plumb, its a mild winter, and it does the job as long as you keep the flow rate as per the guideline, <1 GPM.THIS IS NOT HOUSE SIZE, this is part of my research, and its fun, it's more for small place single-use, non-coincidental usage makes it viable. It gets burn you hot in my upstairs shower, but its a very light water saver head I have and regulate the flow at the showerhead, a feminine type won't have that stick with the application guide and know your usage and need.Being this little thing only draws 22 amps wide open, it will do the job this year and will be upgraded with the same manufacturer but with a 60amp so I can get stronger showers by more water flow, which will cost more to heat, so trade-off. For my current purposes and research, this unit is fantastic. I put some Niagra 3 flow water savers on lavatory and kitchen sink, on the low in bathroom vanity it will burn your hand upstairs, med flow is nice and warm. In the kitchen, low flow takes a while to heat and it's nowhere near the heat of upstairs as home downstairs has block crawlspace and no insulation on the copper pipes, but it gets hot if I let it run, just don't need it that hot to waste the water enough to heat the pipes to bring hotter water.

  10. P.H.P.H.

    I’m excited to have this little unit. It adds 30–50F to the incoming water, which in our case comes from a solar hot water heater, bringing the groundwater (55F) up to 80–120F depending on the time of year. This unit just boosts that water a bit when needed.Here was my experience with install:I bought an ECO55. I installed the unit following the instructions. I turned on the water and the power. It functioned perfectly, except each threaded connection leaked one drop of water every minute. So I tightened the fittings a quarter turn more and the male fittings snapped loose! I contacted customer service and within two days had a replacement. I installed it with three turns of teflon tape and pipe dope (thread sealing compound) on the male threads. I tightened it up as much as I dared, holding the male threads near the unit with a needle-nose pliers and a pipe wrench on the fitting. It is now watertight and functioning as per spec.I have installed three point-of-use heaters before and this is the first time that I have gotten a point-of-use water heater that did not have hex lugs on the connection point. If you look at the second photo (from a different brand), you will see how it has a place for a wrench to hold the male connection while the female connection is fitted. Instead of the force of the tightening being transmitted into the unit, it is held at the lug by a second wrench. This unit does not have this and therefore all the force is transmitted into the plastic of the unit, which is not strong enough. So please be very careful when tightening connections. I recommend using Sharkbite or other removable fittings in this situation. The extra cost is worth it when having to get a tight fit and potentially take it on and off. This would make it a four-star product, but their customer service was superb and I can’t drop them down to a four-star.

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