Terms Explained for you:
Energy-efficiency ratio (EER): A room air conditioner’s efficiency is measured by the energy-efficiency ratio. The EER is the ratio of the cooling capacity (in British thermal units [Btu] per hour) to the power input (in watts). The higher the EER rating, the more efficient the air conditioner. Read more about the latest ISEER Rating.
Cooling Capacity: It is the measure of a cooling system’s ability to remove heat.
Power Consumption: It refers to the electrical energy supplied over time to operate an electrical appliance. Consumer VOICE experts have also compiled a comprehensive Air Conditioner Buying Guide that provides you with the criteria or the points to be considered before buying an AC that suits your household.
- Blue Star
- Energy- efficiency ratio (EER) (W/W)
- Cooling capacity (Watt)
- Power consumption (Watt)
- Star Rating