DeLonghi PACN120E Portable Air Conditioner
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- Maximum cooling capacity: 12,000 BTU/H Room size up to 450 ft2
- 3 Fan speeds
- 12-hour digital timer and thermostat
- No drip technology
- R410 refrigerant is ecological, respecint t
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With a fresh and innovative design, Pinguino PAC N120E guarantees the maximum in terms of comfort, energy saving and caring for the environment, thanks to its efficiency, its silent operation and its low power consumption. It refreshes, dehumidifies, purifies the air and furnishes the home with useful temperature control.
Cools Rooms up to 550 Square Feet
The Pinguino's 12,000 BTUs of cooling power let you control the temperature in a room up to 550 square feet in size.
The Pinguino dehumidifies while conditioning. It's separate from the air condition operation, so you can use it as a dehumidifier as well as a cooling fan.
Easy-To-Use Control Panel
Use the built-in control panel to adjust the 3 fan speeds, set the Autofan function, turn on the dehumidifier, or set the digital timer.
With the Autofan function, the unit automatically chooses the most suitable fan speed in the actual room.
A built-in 24-hour digital timer and thermostat allow you to adjust the cooling settings you need for optimal comfort and energy savings.
An included remote control provides temperature settings with an intelligent wide display of the ECC (Electronic Climate Control).
Safer for the Environment
As a R410A air-conditioner, the Pinguino is now more air-ecological. It uses the latest generation refrigerant gas R410A, thus respecting the environment while ensuring your comfort.
Top Customer Reviews
The unit itself is relatively easy to set up. As my unit was shipped via Fed-ex, I had to initially let it sit upright, non-operating, for a day in order for the refrigerant fluid to settle and prevent damage. Other than that, you simply plug in the unit, connect the collapsible vent hose from the unit to the window (via window adapter), and turn it on. It takes less than 5 minutes to cool my living room to my preferred comfort temperature (about 75 degrees inside while high 80's/90's outside).
In over 2 months of use, I opened the drain plug only once, and there were only a few small drips of liquid that came out. The evaporate cooling technology worked great for me, and those who have had issues with leaks in the Pinguino models must have had defective units.
Regardless of what unit you buy, don't settle for anything less than 12,000 BTU's for a portable AC. 14,000 BTU's would be better for larger rooms and houses.
I do have a few issues with this unit. One, as Pflorky mentions, is that the vent only blows air upwards at an angle. It would have been nice to be able to change the direction of air flow. The second is that the unit can be a bit noisy, necessitating raising the volume of the television by several points. I don't think it's so loud that it will make you deaf, but it can be noticeable. This is a minor quibble, as I would rather be cool and comfortable than suffering and miserable from the heat.
Last, depending on the style and size of your window you choose to vent from, you may need to 'jury rig' something to properly vent the unit.Read more ›
It's easy to install.
It would be better, however, if the airflow could be adjusted up and down. Otherwise the air flows in one direction, and change can only be effected by moving the machine.
First the pros:
I chose to set this up in my bedroom, a room about 16' x 18'. It isn't that difficult to set up, really. I'm older with limited mobility, so it did take a little effort to get it into position. Based on other reviews, I had a neighbor help me lift it into a large plastic tray in case there were leaks. Getting the window set up for this was no problem at all. The directions are very clear, and my windows aren't complicated (regular sash windows). I set it next to a corner window and had everything connected within 30 minutes.
I waited 24 hrs before turning it on to give everything a chance to settle (directions say to wait 6 hrs). No problems at all; it started cooling immediately. I set the temp to 70 degrees for the first trial; the room temperature was about 83 at that time. In just over an hour, it had reached the preset temp. Totally acceptable results.
It's quiet -- about the same volume as my oscillating fan set on high. That may be too noisy for some, but it's totally OK for me. The remote works fine, no problems at all.
Finally, the filter can be washed -- very convenient, easy to get to. Operationally, this is a nicely designed unit.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It works well but came with 2 broken wheels so I can't move it. I have to prop it up and try to make sure it is level.Published 7 days ago by lol love all
Bought this AC unit at my local Sam's Club in the dead of winter. We have casement windows and were unable to find a vertical AC unit to put in our windows. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Danielle Demchak
Do not buy this unit! This unit overheated in my child's room while on the fan feature and was blowing out hot air and caused his room to go up to 91°, a potentially dangerous... Read morePublished 8 months ago by NickyJ54
Used this over the summer in an office facing the morning and afternoon sun. That and a warm PC can get the room temperature into the high 70's even though it's cool in the rest... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Derek G
This Portable AC unit is a lot lighter than the previous Delonghi one I posted about a while back. This one is a bit thinner, smaller, and light weight. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Tiffany Crooker
I got this unit as a gift and I’ve had it for a week now and it’s doing the job. I live in an apartment on the top floor so my unit tends to get pretty hot by the time I get home... Read morePublished 12 months ago by ShawnF
"Monsoon" is a word that strikes terror into the heart of anyone living in a dry area who depends on evaporative cooling to keep a house cool. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Mrs. K
I have two DeLonghi radiators that I've been using for years, so it made sense to try the DeLonghi AC unit. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Reverie