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Friedrich PH14B 13500 btu - 115 volt - 9.5 EER ZoneAire series portable room air conditioner with reverse cycle Heat Pump
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- Auto restart: automatically restarts the motor in the event of a power failure or a power outage. Once the power is restored, the air Conditioner will resume operation in the last programmed setting
- Easily portable: durable castor wheels and side handles make moving room-to-room easy
- 3 fan speeds: find your ideal temperature by selecting 1 of 3 fan speeds
- Window Kit: an Included window Kit works in vertical and horizontal window openings, and a window bracket is also Included (Min: 26, Max: 46)
- 24-Hour programmable timer: set a unit turn-on time up to 24 hours in advance and come home to a cool and comfortable room
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Portable AC with Heat Pump
Allows conditioned air to return to the room instead of venting outside – can cool as much as 40 Percent faster than single hose designs.
Condensate is used to cool the coils and evaporates, which means there is no bucket to empty.
- 3 fan speeds
- 24-hour timer
- Plugs into standard 115 volt outlet
- 6 feet long power cord
Zoneaire is like having multiple appliances in one convenient unit: an air conditioner, a dehumidifier, a fan and a heater (heat pump PH14B only). it's practical and flexible: because the unit can move with you to any room, you get cooling exactly when and where you need it. The dehumidification keeps your space comfortably dry, and there's no bucket to empty. When you just want a gentle breeze, switch to fan mode. Remote control included.
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Top Customer Reviews
It has the much needed double vents so that both air in and air out come from outside. Units that do not have two vents pull hot humid air in through your home's walls causing a lose in efficiency. The ducting and window inserts are sound. They are not airtight, but that can be fixed with insulation foam.
The unit itself has a digital thermostat that is controlled by the display and buttons on top of the unit or by the included remote. All parts feel solid and high quality.
So far it is doing a nice job of keeping my entire 800 sq ft condo at around 77 degrees despite Houston, TX heat and humidity. I will update when I test out its heating capability.
I was hoping that the unit could be permanently installed and that I would never have to deal with the hoses again but it turns out that for the functions to work correctly you need to connect the hoses differently.
For each mode there are different ways to hook up the hoses in the back.
a. For air conditioning mode - both hoses are attached to the window adapter plate.
b. For fan mode - it doesn't matter how the hoses are connected.
c. For dehumidify mode - both hoses are removed from the unit and you need to install the provided covers on the window adapter plate.
d. For heating mode you should disconnect the input hose and put the provided cover over the window adapter plate. I think that if the temperature outside doesn't get below 50 degrees that you could leave the input hose attached and that the unit would perform well.
As a result of these hose hookups the efficiencies gained by having 2 hoses only apply to the cooling mode. The heating mode will only use one hose and as a result create negative pressure in your home and pull colder outside air into structure - if the home gets drafty it might be a good idea to open the lowest window in an unused room (basement) in the home a little bit to counter-act this pressure.
Where I live the temperatures fluctuate a lot so I can see myself switching the hoses around frequently in the spring and fall.
The hoses that run from the back of the unit to the window are about 5 inches in diameter and with the appropriate 5 to 6 inch adapter you can hook it up to longer pieces of 6 inch flexible HVAC tubing.
Here is where it gets interesting for use as a tool... This is a very powerful unit. When you put the unit in a 70 degree room and put it in Heating mode the exhaust hose pumps out air that is about 42 degrees. And when you put it in that same 70 degree room and turn on Cooling mode the exhaust hose puts out air that is about 140 degrees. If you connect HVAC tubing to the exhaust pipe you suddenly have the ability to focus a huge amount of very hot or very cold air on a specific spot or space.
The heat function does generate some condensation. there is a pump and a small tube to help remove the condensation. This pump works best if the unit is on a completely level surface. This is a great feature that keeps you from having to constantly drain the unit while it is in heating mode.
When it arrived it was obvious that it had been handled roughly, the box was dented on the bottom, one of the casters on the bottom was broken and two screws inside were broken off and rolling around in the base of the unit. I think this was the delivery company's fault and since none of the screws seemed to be in critical locations and I had an extra caster I decided to just let it be and I fixed it on my own. There are stress marks in the plastic on the bottom of the unit but it does not leak. I did not complain or try to contact anyone yet. I simply don't have time to deal with this and I just see this sort of damage as result of having big products shipped. I did have to disassemble the unit to retrieve the broken screws and it looked to me as if everything inside was thoughtfully laid out and connected.