These are the basic configurations:
E1060i: 115,000 BTUs Primary, 2 – 11,000 BTU Backburners
E790i: 99,000 BTUs Primary, 13,000 Backburner
E660i: 78,000 BTUs Primary, 11,000 Backburner
All Echelon models need to be hooked up to 110 volt power. They are decked out with blue LED backlit control knobs and a flame icon on the knob changes from blue to red when turned on. The flame’s intensity grows brighter on high and dimmer on low. Bright, angled halogen hood lights provide ample illumination after dark. The manufacturer claims that their hot surface ignition system is unaffected by moisture and designed to perform even in harsh environments. Heat zone separators slide in and out between each E-burner to isolate cooking zones. A long, stainless steel wood chip drawer is incorporated in the control panel with its own dedicated 3,000 BTU burner. Craftsmanship is even more stunning than the Aurora series. I was floored by seamless welds and attention to detail from top to bottom.
Some options are: “Magic View Window” to check food without lifting the hood; motorized hood; solar panels; remote receiver to check temperature readings up to 50 feet away from the grill.
Stand-alone models are available with double or single side burners and there are many to choose from. All 304 stainless steel cart construction with insulated doors and drawers. Retractable tool and paper towel holders. Fold down side shelf with polished edges and handles. Heavy-duty locking swivel casters. Two 110V electrical outlets with heavy-duty extension cord.