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Olympian Wave 6 Catalytic Safety Heater

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Designed specifically for RVs, Olympian Wave Catalytic Safety Heaters are safe, efficient and dependable.
Self-generating piezo starter lasts for 20,000 starts. 100% safety shut-off valve prevents non-ignition fuel discharge. Adjustable heat settings. No flame, no flue or chimney, no fan or blower and no noise. Wave Heaters can be used inside an RV as a portable unit (with leg stands) or permanently mounted. Wave Heaters can also be used outdoors as portable units (with optional leg stands, LP cylinder, regulator and hose assembly, all sold separately). Safe for operation at altitudes up to 12,000 feet.


  • No flame, flue or chimney
  • Self-generating piezo starter
  • 100% safety shut-off valve
  • Silent operation—no fan or blower noise
  • Use inside RV as portable unit or permanently mounted
  • Can also be used outdoors as portable unit
  • Save for operation at altitudes up to 12,000 feet
  • Heats up to 230 sq. ft.
  • AGA and CGA approved
  • 6,000 BTUs
  • For use in vented areas only

Technical Specs

Tech Specs

Weight: 15.4 lbs.

Dimensions: 17 7/8"H x 12 13/16"W x 4"D

Warranty: Mfr. three year conditional warranty.

Manufacturer: Camco Mfg Inc

Mfg Part #: 57341

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Olympian Wave 6 Catalytic Safety Heater: Customer Reviews

Camper's Choice Rating

(5 Based on 4 Reviews)

Reviewed by 4 customers


Worth It

61 out of 61 people found this review helpful.
May 12, 2003
We love our heater. We were really worried about CO which delayed our purchase at first. We added a second battery operated CO alarm as a back-up. I am very careful to properly vent the trailer when I use the heater, but it is just a proceedure and not a worry. We've camped in some cold weather and all stayed warm at night. We set the heater to high to heat everything up and then turn it to medium for the night. We first bought the smaller model but it didn't do much. This size is great for our 21' trailer and I'm sure that it would work very well for larger trailers.
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Great Product

52 out of 64 people found this review helpful.
January 23, 2005
I bought the heater and the cover last year and installed it in our trailer. It does a terrifiic job of heating our 28 foot trailer. I would give a strong recommend to the purchase of an Olympian Heater. In addition, Camping World gets high marks too. Randy and Lisa
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Good Product

213 out of 358 people found this review helpful.
January 27, 2007
I have purchased and installed 5 of the wave 6's and 1 wave 3. They are used by full time RV'ers travel trailers and 5th wheels. Only one was permanently installed, the other 5 were installed using the portable legs. The temps have been getting down to the low teens and they are working great. The heaters are used as the primary source of heat, and the RV heater is set as low as possible and is the backup only. Customers love the warmth, silent running, and savings in propane expense....very economical compared to the rv heaters. I highly recommend this product.
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Great Heater for RV's

117 out of 192 people found this review helpful.
October 05, 2007
We have used the Mr Heater for years now, and have been very happy with it. It has keep us very warm, down in to the Zero Degree weather. We bought the Wave #6, as it is a better heater all the way around. It is also good for a much higher alitude of 12,000 ft. Even in the summer, at the hight, it can get rather chilly in the early morning hours. We like them both, and we use them both. Both do a great job of heating an RV. We never use our RV's Furance at all, and haven't for years now. Who wants to listen to a noisy Rv Furance run off and on all night long. Not to mention it uses one battery per night. With the Wave #6, it's nice to have silence at night when sleeping. Since you have to leave a vent open anyways, so you don't have any moisture issuse from your own breathing, the Heaters are very safe to use all night long. Since we have both heaters , we use both of them, as they are needed. If we use both of the heaters, we can camp out to any freezing conditions. That is how nice and warm these's heaters work. We use our 5er all year long, and count on these heater all of the time. No RV Furances for us. Happy Camping, All.
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Does it have a thermostat or can you hook one up to it?
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Do you sell a wall-mount kit?
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propane gas pressure ? germany rv propane tank pressure 30 bars
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can I connect it to my motor home 7 gallon propane tank?
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What are the dimensions of this unit?
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how much fuel do they use?
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How do you order a cover for a wave 6 catalytic heater?
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Do they make a cover for this heater?
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Can heater be used in a wood shop?
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Possible to mount on a wall?
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What is the variable range btu output for the wave 6?
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Is there a safety shut off if knocked over and what is the capacity of cubic feet heating area for each model?
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