This black 14,000 (8,300 SACC) BTU portable air conditioner by Danby is perfect for cooling rooms up to 700 square feet. Its four castors make this unit easy to move from room to room and the single-hose design efficiently exhausts warm humid air outside. The LED display makes adjusting settings effortless. The 24-hour programmable timer allows for better control of when the unit operates which reduces costs and helps you save on your monthly hydro bill. To help maximize your comfort at home, this unit is equipped with a 4-in-1 design: air conditioner, fan, dehumidifier, and heater to ensure you and your guests feel comfortable no matter the weather outside. The heat pump function can be adjusted between 13C-27C (55F-81F) **Seasonally Adjusted Cooling Capacity (SACC)
- Convenient 4-in-1 design: air conditioner, fan, dehumidifier and heater
- 14,000 BTU (8,300 SACC) portable air conditioner cools spaces up to 700 square feet.
- Heat Pump function: indoor temperature 13C~27C (55F~81F)
- Powerful 3 cool, 3 fan speed circulates the air
- Dehumidifier Mode with direct drain for continuous operation
- Electronic controls with LED display, shine through chassis and remote control
- Auto Restart: unit automatically restarts after a power failure
- 24 hour timer
- Single hose design: efficiently exhausts warm humid air outside
- Reusable, washable air filter
- Easy to move: Castors and Integrated handles for easy room to room transport
- ISTA-6 Packaging
- Not for sale or distribution in the state of California, shipping or sale into the state of California is prohibited by California law title 20
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