|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 6 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||Equalizer EQ2|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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What can I say, but "it works". Without the HC300, the airflow (floor vents shooting upward) reached a height of 3 ft (based on holding my hand above the vent), and with the booster, it reached a perceptible height of 5 feet. With a single booster over 1 of our 2 vents, the master bedroom was noticeably cooler. In fact it worked so well that I ordered two in-vent boosters (HC500) so that I have one for each duct. The weather has cooled down, so I'm unable to compared those to the HC300, except that they are quieter.
As far as noise goes, the HC300 is not silent, but it is far quieter than a Marpac white noise machine set to the lowest setting (we use that in our baby's room). Actually, for use in a bedroom, I find the low level of white noise kinda soothing. As an added bonus, the fan in the booster doesn't turn off until the air temperature from the ductwork reaches a preset temperature. That means that after the AC (or heat) has turned off, the booster is still scavenging the remaining cool (or warm during the winter) air from the ductwork.
This is a great solution if your airflow to a room is weak, but I can imagine some circumstances (strong airflow, but warm air) where boosting the airflow won't help or you'll have a ceiling effect.Read more ›
I am using it in a 169 square foot room with vaulted ceilings (no attic above) and three exterior walls, including West and South (with windows on the West and South walls!) This room is furthest from the blower, and generally stays 6-8 degrees warmer than the adjacent room. After installing this unit that room now is within 1-2 degrees of the adjacent room and I no longer have to turn my air condictioner down so low just to cool off one room!
Pros: While some may find it noisy, it is quieter than the fan I use to circulate the air in that room, and find it no more than a background hum. It comes on automatically, which means it will only run when the AC is blowing cool air (you can bypass this option). Relatively easy to install with a long enough cord to reach far away outlets. With our HVAC configuration it has lowered the temperature of the room by around 5 degrees.
Cons: I had a typical 6x10 opening, and I did have to trim out around it to make it look more finished. While this was not necessary for function, it makes it look more complete. For a wall mount installation you need to install it so the label is upside down. I know that sounds like I am being picky, but just about everyone who has seen it has asked why I installed it upside down. Strange.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It did lower the temp in the upstairs bedroom they were placed in. Not a cure-all for the problem but they do the job well enough. They aren't too loud but you do notice them. Read morePublished 2 days ago by boom
They did work but not very effective. In addition they're very noisey.Published 3 days ago by Joel Blackman
I feel like it's made our room a couple of degrees cooler. We only have one air conditioning unit for a two story home, so this seems to have helped, but it's still not as cool as... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Meg F
Does what it said. I have two of them in bedrooms upstairs and its much cooler then without them so it was a good buy.Published 17 days ago by Dennis
Wanted the Suncourt flush fit booster fan but unfortunately my register opening (2x12") is too small for that. Read morePublished 1 month ago by ECD
This item sound like an airplane taking off... Not suitable for bedroom use!Published 1 month ago by FredR