FFHP124CS1 in White by Frigidaire in Norwalk, CT - Frigidaire Ductless Split Air Conditioner Cool and Heat- 12,000 BTU, Heat Pump- 115V- Outdoor unit

Frigidaire Ductless Split Air Conditioner Cool and Heat- 12,000 BTU, Heat Pump- 115V- Outdoor unit

Frigidaire FFHP124CS1

Quick Specs

  • Type: Air Conditioner
  • Style: Split
  • Energy Star Rated: No
  • Cooling Power: 12000 BTUs
  • Heating Power: 12200 BTUs
 
Functions
24-Hour On/Off Timer Yes
Auto Fan Yes
Low Voltage Start-up Yes
Sleep Mode Yes
Performance
Cool Area 550 sq.
BTU (Cool) 12,000 BTU
BTU (Heat Pump) 12,200 BTU
COP (Heat Pump) 3.61
Combined Energy Efficiency Ratio 12.5
HSPF 10.2
SEER 22
Dehumidification - Pints per Hour 2.96
General Specifications
Outdoor Model Number to Complete System FFHP124CS1
Product Weight 66.5 lbs
Prop 65 Label Yes
Refrigerant Type R-410A
Warranty - Labor 1 Year
Warranty - Parts 1 Year
AC
Motor RPM (High) 850 RPM
Compressor Type Rotary
Liquid Line Diameter 0 1/4"
Suction Line Diameter 0 1/2"
Turbo Fan Yes
Controls
Control Type Electronic
Remote Control Yes
Electrical Specifications
Amps (Cool) 13.1 Amps
Voltage Rating 115 V
Watts (Heat Pump) 990 Watts
Performance Certifications & Approvals
Energy Efficiency Verification (Canada) Yes
ENERGY STAR Certified Yes

Quick Specs


  • Appearance

  • Type: Air Conditioner
  • Style: Split

  • Features

  • Energy Star Rated: No

  • Cooling Capacity

  • Cooling Power: 12000 BTUs

  • Heating Capacity

  • Heating Power: 12200 BTUs

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