Question about Panasonic Heating & Cooling
Enter the name of the unit into your browser. It will ask for a model #. Enter that. All the info you need should be displayed. (I can tell by the model# your unit is 3 ton. Rule of thumb; 10 amps/ton Therefore 6.2 KW)
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
It depends on the (EER) Energy Efficiency Ratio,which is capacity divided by watts.
Example 35000 btus / 2500 watts = 14 EER
If you know the capacity,btus and EER you can calculate the watts, capacity / EER
Example 35000 btus / 14 EER = 2500 watts.
EER is determine by testing the air conditioner at Department of Energy Guidelines, which are
80° drybulb 67° wetbulb indoor and 95° and 82° drybulb outdoor.
Posted on May 15, 2009
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