SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio)
The SEER rating, an efficiency measurement that helps you choose and buy air conditioners.
The SEER rating is efficiency measurement from the ratio of the sum of the cooling produced by the air conditioner throughout the season in BTU divided by the sum of electrical energy consumed to generate cooling throughout the season in W • h. This calculation takes impacts of climate change affecting the operation of air conditioners into account to be closer to reality of conditions of use than the EER efficiency measurement.
Nowadays, many air conditioners brands such as Daikin, Mitsubishi Electric have adopted SEER rating to determine air conditioner efficiency.
SEER = [The amount of cooling that an air conditioner produced throughout the season] / [the electrical energy consumed by an air conditioner throughout the season]
Therefore, if the higher SEER rating of an air conditioner is, the more an air conditioners save on more electricity bills.
- By: DWA COOL
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