|Product Dimensions||30 x 76 x 35 cm; 25 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||25 kg|
Carson PA210 15,000BTU Portable Air Conditioner Unit with Remote Control and Window Exhaust Kit
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|Power source||Corded Electric|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||30 x 76 x 35 centimetres|
|Item weight||25 Kilograms|
About this item
- Sleek portable design; Ideal for areas 10-15m; Easy to read LCD display;
- Remote control included; Dehumidifier mode; Self-evaporating system;
- No installation required; Easy to install window exhaust kit; 24 hour timer;
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- - Brand: Carson
- Model: PA210
- Cooling Capacity: 2.05kW (7000BTU)
- Noise level: 55dB
- Refrigerant: R410A
- Airflow Volume: 350m/h
- Input voltage: 240V AC
- Power Plug: Australian Standard (10Amp)
- Note: The frequency of emptying water is dependent on the level of humidity in the air and also the mode the unit is operating in e.g. the dehumidify function will require more frequent emptying.
- - 1x Carson PA210 Portable Air Conditioner
- 1x Remote
- 1x Window Exhaust Kit
- User Manual is accessible online
- - Carton Weight: 24kg
- Carton Dimensions (L x W x H): 46 x 36 x 88cm
- Product Weight: 21kg
- Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 35 x 30 x 76cm
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But, what stops this unit from being a five-start purchase is that it only allows for venting out of two types of (modern) windows - those that slide up and those that slide sideways. She has older ones that open out and so to flop the sizeable hose out of it it has to be open to a degree that lets all the cool air rush out. It would be great if the suppliers could design and sell (even separately) a window solution for this kind of window. What about some kind of bladder that inflates with the air-con's own exhaust and fills awkward size openings. then when you turn it off it deflates and can be easily removed?
I don't know, that's why I'm not an engineer.
We ended up putting in a vent through the front wall and exhausting it through that which isn't quite as 'temporary' as we'd hoped. It also means it's not as mobile as the manufacturers intend. That was a disappointing moment.
But otherwise... all good. Working well, doing it's job quietly and steadily.