Fully submersible aquarium heater with TruTemp technology from Eheim.
- Precise temperature control: 65-93° F
- Made from shatter-proof laboratory glass
- TruTemp technology - ability to calibrate the heater for precise temperature
- Easy calibration to ±2ºF
- Run dry protection with Thermo safety control - heater shuts off when not submerged
- UL Certified Heater
- ON/OFF control lamp to indicate a heating function
- 5 1/2 Ft. cable
- Includes clamp with 2 suction cups
- Made in Germany
Quick Compare - Eheim Jager TruTemp Aquarium Heaters
|Model No.||Maximum Aquarium Size||Power Consumption||Length|
|SKU||Eheim JAGER TruTemp Aquarium Heater|
|Included Mounting||Suction Cup|
|Power Cord Length||5 Feet|
|Temperature Control||Onboard Controls|
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I am a new reefer. I have a 16 gallon biocube. I have a heater but it looks like it is on its last leg. I am going to take advantage of the black Friday sale.
My question is:
My coralife biocube talk is 16 gallons -- should I go with the 50w or 75w heater? Would you recommend the Jager Trutemp aquarium heater for my tank?
Thank you again,
A 75 watt heater would be perfect for your tank and the Eheim Jagers are one of our favorites. The only reason I would say to go with the 50 watt model (9" long) would be if the 75 watt at 10.2" is too big for the back chamber of your tank.
I hope this helps! Let us know if you have any other questions.
I want to purchase a water heater for my RODI water while being mixed with salt in preparation for a water change. In other words to throw in the bucket for QUICK heating. What heater is best for that? Thanks
The heater could be laid down in the sump. Under full details the length of each heater is supplied. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
You will want a minimum of 2.5 watts per gallon up to 5 watts per gallon. Overall on a 120 gallon you will need a minimum of 300 watt heater. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!