# How is window type aircon calculated?

## How is window type aircon calculated?

To calculate the size, simply multiply the length times the width of the room or area to be cooled. Then, as a practical number, multiply that total times 25 BTU. This allows ample cooling, whether it is a rainy, moist day or a hot, sunny, humid day.

**How do I calculate the size of my aircon?**

To estimate the amount of air conditioning you will need for your daytime living area, you will first need to find out its area. You will need to find the length and width of each room and multiply them. Then, you have to add the area of each room together for the total. This figure needs to be in square metres.

### What size is my YORK air conditioner?

For York, you should look for first two numbers in the model number. They are divisible by 6 or 12, which represent the nominal BTU of the system in thousands. A ton of air conditioning equals 12,000 BTU, and 48 divided by 12 equals 4, so the data plate below indicates the system is 4 tons.

**How is aircon cost calculated?**

Multiply the cost per kWh by the unit’s electrical consumption at its full rated capacity. This equals the cost per hour to run the ducted air conditioning in cents. Calculate your daily cost to run ducted air conditioning by working how long the aircon will run and at what capacity.

## Is 1hp aircon enough?

Normally, 1.0hp should be sufficient for a standard room and 1.5hp for a standard size living hall for apartments or landed terraced houses. If your house is heavily shaded, you may reduce the capacity by 10%.

**What size room will a 2.5 KW air conditioner cool?**

Room size

Room size | Example | Approx. capacity |
---|---|---|

Small (up to 20m2) | Bedroom, study, small kitchen | 2–2.5kW |

Medium (20–40m2) | Bedroom with ensuite, small lounge | 2.5–5kW |

Large (40–60m2) | Large bedroom, mid-sized lounge, large kitchen | 4–6kW |

Extra large (60+m2) | Open-plan areas, large lounges | 5–9kW |

### What is the size of window type aircon?

Standard Window Type Aircon – CW-SC185EPH

General Information | Rcommended Floor Area (sg.m) | 23-24 sqm |
---|---|---|

Comfortable Features | Noise Level Range (low) dB | 45-48 |

Height | 428 mm | |

Width | 660 mm | |

Depth | 708 mm |

**How do you calculate aircon kW?**

Most air conditioning units are measured in kilowatts (kw), not watts – luckily, it’s pretty easy to convert between them – just move the decimal point 3 places to the left to get the kW value. For example, 100m² x 150 watts = 15,000 watts, which equals 15 kilowatts – for this room, you’ll need a 15kW split system.

## How do I know what Btu my air conditioner is?

All you have to do is to multiply the length of your room in feet by the width of your room in feet, and then multiply that by 25. That will give you the BTU needed to properly cool your room. All it takes is a simple multiplication!

**How much does aircon cost per day?**

The average reverse cycle air conditioner costs around $0.25 – $0.35 per hour to run for cooling purposes, depending on the size of the room. A medium-sized room of 36sqm would cost $0.36 – $0.70 per hour to run. In large areas (50sqm), it will cost between $0.70 and $0.95 per hour.

### How much electricity does a 1hp aircon use?

Wattage and power consumption of window type air conditioners per capacity

Capacity | Average Wattage | Average Power Consumption |
---|---|---|

0.5HP | 526W | 0.526 kW/h |

0.6HP | 550W | 0.550 kW/h |

0.75HP | 702W | 0.702 kW/h |

1.0HP | 920W | 0.920 kW/h |

**How to calculate the size of a window air conditioner?**

This estimator will help you assess the right model for your room. Cubic area of room to be cooled: Direction the room faces (choose one) North South East West Condition of your insulation (choose one) Good Fair Poor Number of BTUs recommended: Please note: For your convenience, this calculation has been rounded up slightly.

## Can a window air conditioner be too powerful?

When choosing a window air conditioner, don’t assume that buying the most powerful model is the best choice. An air conditioner that is too powerful for the room will not remove enough humidity, because it cools too quickly. And of course, a model that is too weak will fail to make a room comfortable.

**How to calculate the volume of an air conditioner room?**

Use this result to compare with the calculation done by the air conditioning contractors for your own checking purposes. Find the volume of your room in cubic feet. This is done by measuring the length, width and height of the room in feet and multiply all the three dimensions together. Multiply this volume by 6.

### How are BTUs calculated for an air conditioner?

Each air conditioner or heater is rated to produce a certain number of BTUs. Many factors go into calculating BTUs, so we have put together a set of tools to help with air conditioner sizing.