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  • Total Cooling Capacity
  • Total Cooling Capacity BTU

    The total amount of cooling delivered by the system. This number is inclusive of all interior air handlers.

    Total Cooling Capacity BTU
  • Maximum Heating Output BTU

    The amount of heat, rated in British Thermal Units (BTUs), that the unit can deliver into the space. Not sure how many BTUs you need? Try our easy Equipment Sizing Estimator.

    Maximum Heating Output BTU
  • Tons per Zone

    The amount of cooling delivered into the space by each air handler rated in tons.

    Tons per Zone
  • Energy Efficiency Ratio

    The measure of air conditioner efficiency at its maximum load

    Energy Efficiency Ratio
  • Heating Seasonal Performance Factor

    A measure of heat pump efficiency while in a heating mode. The higher the number the better the energy efficiency.

    Heating Seasonal Performance Factor
  • SEER

    Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) is a measure of cooling over an entire season. It is determined by comparing the amount of cooling produced in BTUs in relation to the amount of electricity used. A higher SEER means a system is more energy efficient and would provide comfort at a lower utility cost than a lower SEER system.

    SEER
  • Refrigerant

    Inside air conditioning systems are liquid/gas refrigerant. There are two types of this refrigerant available for use, R-22 (more commonly known as Freon), and a newer alternative R-410A.

    An air conditioning system does not consume refrigerant, but reuses it. As long as there are no leaks in the refrigerant circuit, there is no need to ever add more refrigerant to an air conditioning system.

    Although R-22 is an effective refrigerant, if it is released into the atmosphere it can contribute to the depletion of the Earth’s ozone layer. The EPA has mandated the phasing out the use of R-22. It is being replaced by R-410A.

    As of 2010, manufacturers are required to make all new air conditioners with R-410A. However, R-22 is still available for sale in existing pre-2010-manufactured equipment, and for use in servicing existing R-22 equipment. By 2020, R-22 will no longer be manufactured, but will still be recycled and available for sale.

    Refrigerant
  • Moisture Removal

    The amount of water that can be removed from the air rated in pints per hour.

    Moisture Removal
  • Voltage
  • Factory Precharge

    This unit is charged with enough refrigerant for the condensing unit evaporator coil and the length of line stated. Longer line sets can be used but would require some additional refrigerant for appropriate operation.

    Factory Precharge
  • Frequency
  • Voltage Phase
  • Minimum Ampacity
  • Maximum Fuse/Breaker

    The maximum capacity breaker that the unit can be connected to (This is the best option for consistent performance)

    Maximum Fuse/Breaker
  • Wiring Requirement for Indoor Unit

    The wiring recommended to connect the outdoor unit to the interior air handler.

    Wiring Requirement for Indoor Unit
  • Maximum Height Difference

    The maximum vertical distance between the condensing unit and the air handler.

    Maximum Height Difference
  • Maximum Line Length

    The maximum length of line set approved for use with this product.

    Maximum Line Length
  • Line Set Connection Type

    There are two main types of connections for HVAC products brazed and flared. Brazed connections are typically used in standard split systems, and flare connections are typically used on mini splits and can be connected using a wrench.

    Line Set Connection Type
  • ENERGY STAR® Qualified

    Products earn the ENERGY STAR label by meeting the energy efficiency requirements set forth in ENERGY STAR specifications. The EPA establishes these specifications based on the following set of principles:

    • Product categories must contribute significant energy savings nationwide.
    • Qualified products must deliver the features and performance demanded by consumers, in addition to increased energy efficiency.
    • If the qualified product costs more than a conventional, less-efficient counterpart, purchasers will recover their investment in increased energy efficiency through utility bill savings, within a reasonable period of time.
    • Energy efficiency can be achieved through broadly available, non-proprietary technologies offered by multiple manufacturers.
    • Product energy consumption and performance can be measured and verified with testing.
    • Labeling would effectively differentiate products and be visible for purchasers.

    ENERGY STAR® Qualified
  • Zones

    The number of interior air handlers connected to the condensing unit. Typically one, two, or three zones.

    Zones
  • Liquid Line Connection Size

    The outside diameter of the liquid line pipe (the inside diameter of the connection on the equipment).

    Liquid Line Connection Size
  • Suction Line Connection Size

    The outside diameter of the suction line (the inside diameter of the connection on the equipment).

    Suction Line Connection Size
  • Indoor Section Size, W x H x D
  • Sound Rating, Indoor

    The noise produced by the unit rated in decibels. 30dbs is equivalent to a whisper, 60dbs is equivalent to a normal conversation, 90 dbs is equivalent to a lawn mower.

    Sound Rating, Indoor
  • Sound Rating, Outdoor

    The noise produced by the unit rated in decibels. 30dbs is equivalent to a whisper, 60dbs is equivalent to a normal conversation, 90 dbs is equivalent to a lawn mower.

    Sound Rating, Outdoor
  • Outdoor Section Size, W x H x D
  • Indoor Section Weight
  • Outdoor Section Weight
  • Compressor Warranty
  • Parts Warranty
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  • 1.79 Ton(s)
  • 21,500 BTU
  • 25,000 BTU
  • .79 , 1
  • 11.2 EER
  • 9.0 HSPF
  • 16 SEER
  • R-410A
  • 2.9 , 3.7 Pts/Hr
  • 208 / 230 Volts
  • 98 Feet
  • 60 Hz
  • 1
  • 15 Amps
  • 20 Amps
  • 3 Conductor/ 14 Guage and a ground per head
  • 33 Feet
  • 82 Feet
  • Flare
  • No
  • 2
  • 1/4 Inches
  • 3/8 Inches
  • 31 1/8 x 10 7/8 x 8 1/2 Inches
  • 27 / 29 / 30 / 33 / 34 / 37 / 39 / 42 Decibels
  • 52 Decibels
  • 35 3/8 x 32 5/8 x 13 Inches
  • 21 Lbs
  • 151 Lbs
  • 6 Years
  • 2 Years
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  • 2 Ton(s)
  • 24,000 BTU
  • 28,000 BTU
  • 1
  • 10.4 EER
  • 9.0 HSPF
  • 16.5 SEER
  • R-410A
  • 3.7 Pts/Hr
  • 208 / 230 Volts
  • 98 Feet
  • 60 Hz
  • 1
  • 15 Amps
  • 20 Amps
  • 3 Conductor/ 14 Guage and a ground per head
  • 33 Feet
  • 82 Feet
  • Flare
  • No
  • 2
  • 1/4 Inches
  • 3/8 Inches
  • 31 1/8 x 10 7/8 x 8 1/2 Inches
  • 30 / 34 / 39 / 42 Decibels
  • 52 Decibels
  • 35 3/8 x 32 5/8 x 13 Inches
  • 21 Lbs
  • 151 Lbs
  • 6 Years
  • 2 Years

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