Introducing the first ever U-shaped Inverter Window Air Conditioner from Danby! This unit allows you to open or close your window while the AC is installed. The innovative design makes installation very easy, and the ability to close the window isolates the noise outside - making it extra quiet. This 8,000 BTU window AC model is capable of cooling spaces up to approximately 350 square feet. This air conditioner is Energy Star compliant and comes with sleep mode, and an energy saver switch ' all of which help you to save on your monthly utility bills. To help maximize cooling, this unit also comes with a 3-speed fan, and wireless connect, so you can control the temperature in your space anytime, anywhere!
- 8,000 BTUs cools spaces up to 350 square feet
- R32 Refrigerant: Environmentally friendly, R32s GWP (Global Warming Potential) is 3x lower than R410a
- Inverter Compressor: Up to 35% energy savings with advanced DC inverter technology
- U-Shape Design: Provides flexibility of opening your window to allow fresh air into the room as desired
- Silencer Technology: Operates as low as 33dB. Unit is 9x quieter than traditional units.
- Energy Star compliant
- Wireless Connect: Control the temperature in your space anytime, from anywhere
- Electronic controls with LED display and remote control
- Powerful 3 speed fan circulates the air
- Auto Restart: Unit automatically restarts after a power failure
- Sleep mode: Prevents the room from getting too cold while you sleep
- Energy Saver Switch: Cycles the fan on and off to reduce energy consumption
- Reusable, washable air filter
- Warranty: 24 months in-home
Window/wall Air Conditioner
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