how to calculate eer hvac

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EER is nothing but the BTU rating of an HVAC divided by its wattage. For example, a 12,000 BTU air conditioner that uses up only 1,100 Watts of power, such as the Whynter Elite ARC-122DS, will have an EER = 12,000/1,000 = 10.9. This rating is considered fairly good for a portable air conditioner (the average EER of portable AC’s is about 8.5).

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