A rating that denotes the efficiency of air conditioning equipment It is the amount of cooling your equipment delivers for every dollar spent on electricity It is the ratio of cooling delivered by a system, measured in BTUs, to the dollar cost of the electricity to run the system, as measured in watt-hours This ratio is determined using specified federal test procedures The higher the SEER, the more efficient the unit The more efficient the unit, the lower the operating cost
Seasonal Energy Efficiency ratio A measure of cooling efficiency for air conditioners The higher the SEER, the more energy efficient the unit The government's minimum SEER rating is 10
An abbreviation of seasonal energy efficiency ratio The Seasonal energy efficiency ratio is an equipment efficiency rating that takes into account the startup and shutdown for each cycle
Seasonal energy efficiency ratio is the amount of cooling your equipment delivers per every dollar spent on electricity SEER applies to air conditioners and heat pumps In the past, a unit with a SEER of 8 00 was considered standard efficiency, and a unit with a 10 00 SEER was considered high efficiency After January 1, 1992, the minimum SEER required by the DOE is 10 00 and 15 00+ SEER is considered high efficiency
A measure of cooling efficiency for air conditioners The higher the SEER, the more energy-efficient the unit The government's minimum SEER rating is 10
The Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, SEER, measures the average cooling efficiency, over the entire cooling season for your air conditioner or heat pump
Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio is the amount of cooling your air conditioner or heat pump delivers per every dollar spent on electricity
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Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio A measure of cooling efficiency for air conditioners and heat pumps The higher the SEER the more efficient the unit
This measurement of an air conditioning or heat pump system's energy efficiency takes into account the cooling efficiency of the system under various weather conditions SEER is determined by dividing the total cooling provided during the warm months (in BTUH) by the total energy consumed during the same period Florida Power and Light recommends a minimum SEER of 12
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Stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio An efficiency measurement that is similar to Miles Per Gallon for cars The higher this number, the more energy efficient they system is New units have SEER ratings from 10 to 17 BTUs per watt
Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, a rating that measures the cooling efficiency of a heat pump or air conditioner The higher the number, the more efficient the unit
Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio A measure of cooling efficiency for air conditioners and heat pumps Measurement is BTU's of cooling per Watt of electricity; the higher the SEER, the more energy efficient the unit The government currently requires new units to have a minimum SEER rating of 10
Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio is the approximate efficiency of an air conditioning unit over a season in a given climate In the past, a unit with a SEER of 8 00 was considered standard efficiency, and a unit with a 10 00 SEER was considered high efficiency After January 1, 1992, the minimum SEER required by the DOE is 10 00 and 15 00+ SEER is considered high efficiency
Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio means the total cooling output of a central air conditioner in British thermal units during its normal usage period for cooling divided by the total electrical energy input in watt-hours during the same period as determined using the ARI-specified test procedure This rating is only for units with cooling capacity less than 65,000 Btu/hr The higher the SEER, the more efficient the unit The more efficient the unit, the lower the operating cost
(Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) - A rating that denotes the efficiency of air conditioning equipment It is the amount of cooling your equipment delivers for every dollar spent on electricity It is the ratio of cooling delivered by a system, measured in BTUs, to the dollar cost of the electricity to run the system, as measured in watt-hours This ratio is determined using specified federal test procedures The higher the SEER, the more efficient the unit The more efficient the unit, the lower the operating cost
Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio A measure of cooling efficiency for air conditioners and heat pumps, the higher the SEER, the more energy efficient the unit The government's minimum SEER rating is 10 (It's similar to comparing miles per gallon in automobiles)
Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio A rating of the average efficiency of an air conditioning unit in cooling mode
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Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating It is the amount of cooling your air conditioner or heat pump delivers per every dollar spent on electricity An energy efficiency ratio is used to evaluate an HVAC unit much the same as mpg (miles per gallon) is used to evaluate automobiles
SEER is the other energy efficiency rating for heat pump systems (HSPF is the other) The SEER rating measures operating efficiency during the cooling season The higher the SEER rating, the more efficiently the system will perform SEER is also used to rate central air-conditioning systems
Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio is a system for rating the efficiency of cooling equipment The higher the SEER, the less your unit will cost to operate To calculate the ratio one divides the cooling capacity of a continuously operating air conditioner by the electric power input
This is a measurement of the efficiency of cooling products The U S Government's minimum efficiency level is 10 SEER for split systems and 9 7 for packaged units The higher the SEER, the more efficient the cooling product SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating