What are the portable air conditioners that consume less energy?
Portable air conditioners that use less energy are those that are highly energy efficient and are designed to work more efficiently.
When choosing one, it’s important to look for models with a higher energy efficiency rating and energy-saving features:
Energy efficiency classification
Portable air conditioners with a higher energy efficiency rating use less energy and save money on your electric bill in the long run.
Power saving mode
Many models have an energy saving mode that can reduce energy consumption by adjusting the room temperature and limiting energy use.
The programmable timer allow users to set when the air conditioner turns on and off to save energy and reduce energy costs.
An efficient design will be more effective in cooling a room while consuming less energy.
Our low consumption Iglu UV7 air conditioner has an energy efficiency A and a timer so you can easily program it, improving energy efficiency.
How to know if a portable air conditioner is low consumption?
Apart from the features that we have mentioned above, it is also important to note that the energy consumption of an air conditioner also depends on the size of the unit, the size of the room being cooled, the area where the air conditioner is located and the proper use and regular maintenance.
The low consumption Iglu UV7 portable air conditioner is ideal for cooling rooms up to 18m2 with low consumption since its consumption is only about 785W.
Is it better to buy a portable air conditioner or a normal air conditioner?
If you are hesitating between buying a portable air conditioner or a traditional air conditioner, consider your specific needs: size of the room, budget, insulation, personal circumstances, etc.
A traditional air conditioner costs more than a portable air conditioner. Not only because of the device itself, but because it requires installation. However, portable air conditioners are cheaper and do not require any kind of installation.
Also, if you live in a rental house or have a second home, even more reason to prefer a portable air conditioner without much investment to heat your home.
Portable air conditioners allow you to transport them to the room you need. For example, you can have it during the day in the living room if you spend more hours there and at night in your bedroom.
In addition, nowadays, portable air conditioners such as Iglu UV7 have a very low noise level, so you will enjoy silent air conditioning.
It is also important that you buy a low consumption and efficient portable air conditioner so that the cost of electricity is more economical.
How many meters does a portable air conditioner cool?
The number of square metres that a portable air conditioner can cool depends on several factors, such as the cooling capacity of the unit, the ambient temperature, the insulation and ventilation of the room, as well as other factors that can affect the efficiency of the air. conditioned.
Manufacturers generally provide information on the cooling capacity of their units based on BTUs (British Thermal Units). For example, our Iglu UV7 energy efficient portable air conditioner has 7,000 BTU, is ideal for cooling a room of up to 18m2, although this may vary depending on the factors mentioned above.
It’s important to note that if a portable air conditioner is too small for the room you want to cool, it can run constantly and still not adequately cool the room, which can result in higher power consumption and possibly higher energy costs. On the other hand, a portable air conditioner that is too large for a small room can be unnecessarily expensive and can cause humidity and ventilation problems in the room.
From Haverland UK, a company specializing in electric radiators and smart heating in the UK, we recommend choosing a portable air conditioner with the right capacity for the room you want to cool, taking into account the factors mentioned above to achieve the best efficiency and comfort at home.