BTU (British Thermal Units) - Defined as the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one pound of water by one degree Fahrenheit. For air-conditioners, BTU's are used to measure the amount of heat that an air conditioning unit can remove from a room per hour.
It’s important to match the room size to the BTU rating so that the air conditioner will be able to cool the room properly. As a rule of thumb, an air conditioner needs 20 BTU for each square foot of living space. (20BTU / 1ft.sq.)
Multi-Zone heating and cooling allows you to set different temperatures for different zones in your home or facility. The flow is controlled from one central air conditioning unit, and allows for the adjustment of temperature for different areas independently. Each zone has its own thermostat and can be set to a different temperature.
Supply Voltage - This refers to how much power is needed to use the device. 120 Volt is the standard supply voltage available in most homes. Unsure about what plug type you need or don't see a product in the certain voltage you are looking? Give us a call and we can check for availability and verify compatibility.
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