Is it easy to control/use an RCAC?
RCACs should now be easy to use. The remote controls are fairly self-explanatory.
Many air conditioners now come with more (and wider) air outlets that circulate air at slower speeds. Many also direct airflow over the walls, floor, and/or ceiling (instead of blowing air directly onto occupants). This allows air to move further across the room at a slower pace, which will effectively warm (or, in summer, cool) your room at a low setting.
Does an RCAC use any water? If so, how much does it use and would this increase my water bills?
The RCAC does not use mains water but all reverse cycle air conditioning units heat, cool and dehumidify; and with this comes water. The water produced by your air conditioner is the condensation build up from the evaporator coil. When reverse cycle ...
What is a RCAC?
• Reverse cycle air conditioners use heat pump technology to both heat and cool your home. • This technology allows air conditioners to extract heat found in ambient air and move it either inside your home, to keep it warm in winter, or move it ...
How does an RCAC work?
Reverse cycle air conditioners are so efficient because they use heat pump technology. This technology allows air conditioners to extract heat found in ambient air and move it either inside your home, to keep it warm in winter, or allow warm air ...
Am I able to measure which appliances use the most power in my home?
You are able to use energy meters (sometimes called power meters) to measure energy use and calculate the hourly, quarterly and annual running costs of household appliances. Some also estimate the greenhouse gas emissions produced by different ...
Is there a recommended amount of time I should keep my RCAC on?
This will depend on where you live, temperatures and how long you are at home. It is best to just use your RCAC in the rooms you are in and then turn it off when you leave the rooms.