Danby's 12,000 BTU Through-the-Wall air conditioner is a great way to cool down living spaces up to 550 square feet. This ENERGY STAR compliant unit is equipped with electronic controls and remote control to conveniently adjust the temperature and fan speed. The 24-hour programmable timer, sleep mode, and energy saver switch allow for efficient cooling and reduce operating costs. The powerful 3-speed fan and 4-way air direction help circulate air and maximize cooling in your living space. This unit is ideal for placement in rooms without windows or for those who prefer not to block a window with a traditional window AC
- 12,000 BTU's cools space up to 550 sq. ft.
- Ideal for placement in rooms without windows or for those who prefer not to block a window with a traditional window AC
- Air output vents positioned on the back of the unit to expel warm air outside
- R410 Refrigerant
- ENERGY STAR compliant
- Electronic controls with LED display and remote control
- A powerful 3-speed fan circulates the air
- 4 way air direction to help maximize air flow
- Convenient 24 hour programmable timer
- Auto Restart: the unit automatically restarts after a power failure
- Sleep mode: prevents the room from getting too cold while you sleep
- Energy Saver Switch: cycles the fan on and off to reduce energy consumption
- Reusable, washable air filter
- Compatible with Danby through-the-wall sleeve DSL120BA- sleeve sold separately
- Warranty: 24 months in-home
Window/wall Air Conditioner
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