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Amana PTC153G35AXXX DigiSmart Series 15000 BTU Capacity PTAC Air Conditioner Energy Efficient Quiet Operation Thru the Wall Chassi...s Digital Control read more

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The Amana PTH123G35AXXX 12,000 BTU, 500 Sq. Ft., 230 volt wall air conditioner with a built in heater. The small size of this air ...conditioner complements all small living spaces. The built in heater provides supplement heating. The PTH123G35AXXX features a 7 button touch pad that provides complete control for in-room comfort while maintaining energy efficiency and easy pull-out filters that are easy to maintain. read more

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Amana AE123E35AX 11600 BTU Cooling and 10700 BTU Heating Capacity Window Wall Air Conditioner MultiDirectional Airflow Electronic ...Touch Pad with Remote Control 98 EER R410A Refrigerant read more

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Designed exclusively for Amana PTAC units, DigiSmart technology has dramatically raised the bar in PTAC controls. Your guests will... appreciate its large, easy-to-read LED readout that allows them to check the temperature with a quick glance and, if desired, to change the setting to a specific temperature by pressing a button. The ability to select a precise temperature helps your guests avoid over-cooling their rooms, a situation that often occurs with knob-type controls, which are less precise. read more

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Amana PBC092E00BB 9200 BTU Cooling Capacity ThroughtheWall Air Conditioner 98 EER 25 PtsHr Dehumidification Electronic Touch Pad w...ith Remote Control read more

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Removable condenser shroud allows easy access to enable regular cleaning of coils, Easy pull-out filters that are washable and eas...y to maintain. read more

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Amana PTH123G50AXXX 11,500 BTU PTAC Air Conditioner With Quiet Operation, 7-Button Touch Pad, Easy Pull-Out Filters, Digismart Fro...nt Desk Control, 30-Second Fan-Off Delay. read more

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Amana PTC093G35AXXX DigiSmart Series 9000 BTU Capacity PTAC Air Conditioner Front Desk Control Digital Control 805 Maximum Cooling... Watts read more

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PBH093E35CB Thru-the-Wall Air Conditioner and Heat Pump with 9,000 Cooling BTUs and 8,700 Heating BTUHs and R410A Refigerant. This... is a high energy-efficiency with model uo tp 9.5 EER. read more

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Amana PTC073G35AXXX DigiSmart Series 7,700 BTU Cooling and 12,000 BTU Heating Capacity PTAC Air Conditioner, Thru the Wall Chassis..., 290 CFM Room Circulation, 230/208 Volts. read more

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Amana AE183E35AX 17800 BTU Cooling and 11000 Heating Capacity Window Wall Air Conditioner MultiDirectional Airflow R410A Refrigera...nt Condensate Drain Spouts LCDI Power Cords read more

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Amana AE093E35AX 9500 BTU Cooling and 10700 BTU Heating Capacity Window Wall Air Conditioner MultiDirectional Airflow R410A Refrig...erant Electronic Touch Pad with Remote Control read more

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Amana DigiSmart 9,000 BTU Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner PTC093G35AXXX. Raising the bar in PTAC Controls Designed exclusively f...or Amana PTAC units, DigiSmart technology has dramatically raised the bar in PTAC controls. Your guests will appreciate its large, easy-to-read LED readout that allows them to check the temperature with a quick glance and, if desired, to change the setting to a specific temperature by pressing a button. The ability to select a precise temperature helps your guests avoid over-cooling their rooms, a situation that often occurs with knob-type controls, which are less precise. What's more, the DigiSmart Control Board offers many programmable features and self-diagnostics that help facility personnel better manage the care and maintenance of the PTACs in their facility and allow management to better control operating costs. One of these features is a "setback" program that senses whether or not a unit has been touched within a specific window of time. If the unit has not been touched, the system then concludes that the room in which the PTAC is located is vacant and begins setting the temperature back in three successive steps, thereby saving energy. The most significant breakthrough in the PTAC industry, is the new DigiSmart Wireless Energy Management Suite that helps ensure that you minimize energy used in cooling your guest rooms when your guests are not in the room. Enhance Room Value, Gain Control and Start Saving 35% on PTAC Energy Costs! There are three key pieces to the DigiSmart Wireless Energy Management Suite: a Wireless Antenna, a Remote-Mounted Thermostat, and a combination Motion Sensor/Door Switch. When installed withan Amana brand PTAC, the system works as follows. (1) Plug in the DigiSmart Antenna. Once a technician plugs this small antenna into the DigiSmart control board, the unit is ready to communicate with the Thermostat and the Motion Sensor/Door Switch. And as you install these amazing DigiSmart antennae in all of the PTACs in your facility, they will form a network and begin to talk to one another. (2) Set and Mount the DigiSmart Remote-Mounted Thermostat. Simply push a button inside the thermostat to link it to the PTAC and mount the thermostat on the wall. (3) Set and Mount the DigiSmart Occupancy Control. A simple push of a button will link this device to the PTAC. Then just mount the DigiSmart Motion Sensor/Door Switch above the door, and the Amana brand's proprietary software routines will begin working with this device to determine whether the room is occupied. While the guest is in the room, the PTAC maintains the selected temperature. When the guest is away, however, the energy management system sets the temperature back based on setback routines that you can determine yourself. The new DigiSmart Wireless Energy Management Suite is an extremely valuable way for you to help control the energy used in your guest rooms, which can dramatically reduce your operating costs over time. read more

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Amana DigiSmart 15,000 BTU Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner PTC153G35AXXX. Raising the bar in PTAC Controls Designed exclusively ...for Amana PTAC units, DigiSmart technology has dramatically raised the bar in PTAC controls. Your guests will appreciate its large, easy-to-read LED readout that allows them to check the temperature with a quick glance and, if desired, to change the setting to a specific temperature by pressing a button. The ability to select a precise temperature helps your guests avoid over-cooling their rooms, a situation that often occurs with knob-type controls, which are less precise. What's more, the DigiSmart Control Board offers many programmable features and self-diagnostics that help facility personnel better manage the care and maintenance of the PTACs in their facility and allow management to better control operating costs. One of these features is a "setback" program that senses whether or not a unit has been touched within a specific window of time. If the unit has not been touched, the system then concludes that the room in which the PTAC is located is vacant and begins setting the temperature back in three successive steps, thereby saving energy. The most significant breakthrough in the PTAC industry, is the new DigiSmart Wireless Energy Management Suite that helps ensure that you minimize energy used in cooling your guest rooms when your guests are not in the room. Enhance Room Value, Gain Control and Start Saving 35% on PTAC Energy Costs! There are three key pieces to the DigiSmart Wireless Energy Management Suite: a Wireless Antenna, a Remote-Mounted Thermostat, and a combination Motion Sensor/Door Switch. When installed withan Amana brand PTAC, the system works as follows. (1) Plug in the DigiSmart Antenna. Once a technician plugs this small antenna into the DigiSmart control board, the unit is ready to communicate with the Thermostat and the Motion Sensor/Door Switch. And as you install these amazing DigiSmart antennae in all of the PTACs in your facility, they will form a network and begin to talk to one another. (2) Set and Mount the DigiSmart Remote-Mounted Thermostat. Simply push a button inside the thermostat to link it to the PTAC and mount the thermostat on the wall. (3) Set and Mount the DigiSmart Occupancy Control. A simple push of a button will link this device to the PTAC. Then just mount the DigiSmart Motion Sensor/Door Switch above the door, and the Amana brand's proprietary software routines will begin working with this device to determine whether the room is occupied. While the guest is in the room, the PTAC maintains the selected temperature. When the guest is away, however, the energy management system sets the temperature back based on setback routines that you can determine yourself. The new DigiSmart Wireless Energy Management Suite is an extremely valuable way for you to help control the energy used in your guest rooms, which can dramatically reduce your operating costs over time. read more

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$740.02 $461.00
at Build.com

Features: High-efficiency units with two variable fan speeds attain EER ratings of up to 9.8. Slide-out chassis makes installation... easy and service accessibility convenient. Solid bottoms on outercases guarantee weather-proof full seal. Top pull-out... read more

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$1,233.12 $790.95
at Build.com

Features: Energy efficient cooling and heating performance in one self-contained unit. Effectively cools up 14200 BTU's per hour, ...and includes 3.5 kW electric heater. Increased dehumidification capacity helps maintain lower moisture levels in rooms,... read more

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$871.34 $574.64
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Features: High-efficiency units with three variable fan speeds attain EER ratings of up to 9.8 Slide-out chassis makes installatio...n easy and service accessibility convenient Solid bottoms on outercases guarantee weather-proof full seal Side pull-out... read more

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$1,070.86 $697.99
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Features: Energy efficient cooling and heating performance in one self-contained unit. Effectively cools up 9000 BTU's per hour. I...ncreased dehumidification capacity helps maintain lower moisture levels in rooms, keeping guests comfort in mind. Allow... read more

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Amana 12,000 BTU Wall Air Conditioner PBC123G00CB. Amana - An Industry-Leading Brand From the beginning, every Amana brand product... has been made with the same core philosophy: to provide their customers with high-quality products that are reliable, meet their needs, and last longer than the rest. And they keep that philosophy firmly in mind as they build their industry-leading Amana brand Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners (PTACs) and other heating and cooling products. Whether you are in the hotel/hospitality industry or provide assisted living services, Amana brand PTACs are designed to simplify your business with plain-and-simple product durability and advanced energy management features, while helping you to create the best environmental experience possible for your customer. Keeping these promises is top-priority through all stages of the production of Amana brand PTACs, from idea development through to finished product production. While they update the look of their Amana brand PTACs periodically, the components and internal assembly represent the result of a gradual evolution from the first Amana brand PTAC manufactured over 30 years ago. They focus on continual product improvement; the only new product concepts that make the cut are those that deliver valuable customer benefits. Available at AJ Madison. How to Choose a Room Air Conditioner Compared to large capacity central units, room air conditioners have several advantages. The initial cost of a room air conditioning unit is significantly lower than the cost of central air. Because room air conditioners are designed for cooling small spaces, operating costs are reduced. And, room air conditioners can provide personalized temperature and humidity controls that central systems cannot. Calculating Cooling Capacity Cooling capacity is the critical factor in properly selecting a room air conditioner. Cooling capacity is measured in British Thermal Units (BTUs) and typical models will range in capacity from 5,000 BTUs to 28,500 BTUs. Choosing an undersized unit will overwork the unit and it will not cool properly. Choosing an oversized unit will cost more to buy and operate and it will not dehumidify properly. We can help you to calculate capacity. Be prepared to provide specific information on: Room Dimensions A simple floor plan to show the location of doors and north-facing windows The number of people it will serve Sources of heat such as lamps, TV and appliances An explanation of what's above the intended room Your insulation provisions Cooling Capacity by Room Size Measure the length and width of the area to be cooled. Multiply the length by the width to determine square footage or square meters. When cooling rooms with uninsulated ceilings, great rooms, or southern or western sun exposures - step up to the next BTU size. Room SizeBTUSq. Ft.Sq. m15014 up to 5,00016515 5,200216206,000350338,000425399,0005004610,0006406014,0009008415,100 read more

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Amana DigiSmart 12,000 BTU Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner PTH123G50CXXX. Amana - An Industry-Leading Brand From the beginning, ...every Amana brand product has been made with the same core philosophy: to provide their customers with high-quality products that are reliable, meet their needs, and last longer than the rest. And they keep that philosophy firmly in mind as they build their industry-leading Amana brand Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners (PTACs) and other heating and cooling products. Whether you are in the hotel/hospitality industry or provide assisted living services, Amana brand PTACs are designed to simplify your business with plain-and-simple product durability and advanced energy management features, while helping you to create the best environmental experience possible for your customer. Keeping these promises is top-priority through all stages of the production of Amana brand PTACs, from idea development through to finished product production. While they update the look of their Amana brand PTACs periodically, the components and internal assembly represent the result of a gradual evolution from the first Amana brand PTAC manufactured over 30 years ago. They focus on continual product improvement; the only new product concepts that make the cut are those that deliver valuable customer benefits. Available at AJ Madison. How to Choose a Room Air Conditioner Compared to large capacity central units, room air conditioners have several advantages. The initial cost of a room air conditioning unit is significantly lower than the cost of central air. Because room air conditioners are designed for cooling small spaces, operating costs are reduced. And, room air conditioners can provide personalized temperature and humidity controls that central systems cannot. Calculating Cooling Capacity Cooling capacity is the critical factor in properly selecting a room air conditioner. Cooling capacity is measured in British Thermal Units (BTUs) and typical models will range in capacity from 5,000 BTUs to 28,500 BTUs. Choosing an undersized unit will overwork the unit and it will not cool properly. Choosing an oversized unit will cost more to buy and operate and it will not dehumidify properly. We can help you to calculate capacity. Be prepared to provide specific information on: Room Dimensions A simple floor plan to show the location of doors and north-facing windows The number of people it will serve Sources of heat such as lamps, TV and appliances An explanation of what's above the intended room Your insulation provisions Cooling Capacity by Room Size Measure the length and width of the area to be cooled. Multiply the length by the width to determine square footage or square meters. When cooling rooms with uninsulated ceilings, great rooms, or southern or western sun exposures - step up to the next BTU size. Room SizeBTUSq. Ft.Sq. m15014 up to 5,00016515 5,200216206,000350338,000425399,0005004610,0006406014,00090084 read more

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Amana, PTC153G35CXXX, PTAC, Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners, Air Conditioners, Cooler and Heater, Features: Energy efficient co...oling and heating performance in one self-contained unit. Effectively cools up 15000 BTU's per hour. Increased dehumidification capacity helps maintain lower moisture levels in rooms, keeping guests comfort in mind. Allow guests to tailor the room temperature to their desired level with the seven button touch pad control console. 7-5/8 projection from wall to front of unit provides low-profile, space-saving design. Removable condenser shroud permits convenient access to coils for regular cleaning, and includes washable, pull-out filters. All units are 100% run-tested at the production facility in Tennessee, and proudly assembled in America. Equipped with filter drier for sealed system refrigerant to ensure lifespan of compressor by removing moisture and inhibiting acid formation. Unit will automatically activate fan motor and heater to prevent freezing when temperatures of 40 degrees Fahrenheit are sensed. Monitor up to 170 individual PTAC units wirelessly through a single interface; ideal for hotels, apartment complexes, or multiple properties. Technologies: R-410A Refrigerant: Liquid agents contained within the coils of an air conditioner are what make cooling possible. R-410A is the eco-friendly refrigerant of the future. Recently recognized by the EPA, R-410A contains no bromine or chlorine, and consequently will not harm or deplete the ozone, like previous refrigerants. DigiSmart Control Board: Each unit is furnished with the proprietary DigiSmart control and energy management system. All Amana PTACs can be wirelessly connected to a central monitoring location for superior energy savings and diagnostics. With Property Management and Front Desk Management Software, energy costs can be significantly offset through programmable temperature limits and automated maintenance notifications. These features help sustain EER and prolong the life of the unit. Energy-Efficiency: An Amana PTAC's efficiency is evaluated by its Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER), a measurement system developed by the EPA. It is defined by BTU cooling output of a typical season divided by the total energy input in watt-hours during the same period. The higher the number, the greater energy efficiency. Amana packaged units have a EER rating of up to 11.7, creating significant energy cost savings for years to come. Quiet Comfort: To minimize undesirable operation noise, Amana has acoustically engineered their units to include an indoor tangential fan and a two-speed indoor motor to promote even airflow, while the two-speed outdoor fan reduces overall sound levels. With a Sound Transmission Class (STC) of 28, these units are certain to provide a tranquil, comfortable environment for all. Specifications: BTU Cooling: 15000 Electric Heat: 3.5 kW CFM: 360 Depth From Wall: 7.625 Voltage: 208 to 230 Similar Products: PTC093G35CXX: 9000 BTU, 208 - 230 Volt, Sea Coast Corrosion Protection PTC093G35AXX: 9000 BTU, 208 - 230 Volt PTC123G35AXXX: 11700 BTU, 208 - 230 Volt PTC123G35CXXX: 11700 BTU, 208 - 230 Volt, Sea Coast Corrosion Protection PTC153G35AXXX: 15000 BTU, 208 - 230 Volt read more

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$1,393.00
at Lowe's

Heat pump provides supplemental heating. Designed for hotel and motel applications additions sunrooms and small living spaces. 7-b...utton touch pad provides complete control for in-room comfort while maintaining energy efficiency. read more

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$1,232.15
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15,000 / 14,700 BTU 10.0 / 10.0 EER 230 / 208 Volt PTAC Air Conditioner with a 2.5 kW Electric Heater and R410A Refrigerant.

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Amana DigiSmart 12,000 BTU Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner PTH123G50AXXX. Amana - An Industry-Leading Brand From the beginning, ...every Amana brand product has been made with the same core philosophy: to provide their customers with high-quality products that are reliable, meet their needs, and last longer than the rest. And they keep that philosophy firmly in mind as they build their industry-leading Amana brand Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners (PTACs) and other heating and cooling products. Whether you are in the hotel/hospitality industry or provide assisted living services, Amana brand PTACs are designed to simplify your business with plain-and-simple product durability and advanced energy management features, while helping you to create the best environmental experience possible for your customer. Keeping these promises is top-priority through all stages of the production of Amana brand PTACs, from idea development through to finished product production. While they update the look of their Amana brand PTACs periodically, the components and internal assembly represent the result of a gradual evolution from the first Amana brand PTAC manufactured over 30 years ago. They focus on continual product improvement; the only new product concepts that make the cut are those that deliver valuable customer benefits. Available at AJ Madison. How to Choose a Room Air Conditioner Compared to large capacity central units, room air conditioners have several advantages. The initial cost of a room air conditioning unit is significantly lower than the cost of central air. Because room air conditioners are designed for cooling small spaces, operating costs are reduced. And, room air conditioners can provide personalized temperature and humidity controls that central systems cannot. Calculating Cooling Capacity Cooling capacity is the critical factor in properly selecting a room air conditioner. Cooling capacity is measured in British Thermal Units (BTUs) and typical models will range in capacity from 5,000 BTUs to 28,500 BTUs. Choosing an undersized unit will overwork the unit and it will not cool properly. Choosing an oversized unit will cost more to buy and operate and it will not dehumidify properly. We can help you to calculate capacity. Be prepared to provide specific information on: Room Dimensions A simple floor plan to show the location of doors and north-facing windows The number of people it will serve Sources of heat such as lamps, TV and appliances An explanation of what's above the intended room Your insulation provisions Cooling Capacity by Room Size Measure the length and width of the area to be cooled. Multiply the length by the width to determine square footage or square meters. When cooling rooms with uninsulated ceilings, great rooms, or southern or western sun exposures - step up to the next BTU size. Room SizeBTUSq. Ft.Sq. m15014 up to 5,00016515 5,200216206,000350338,000425399,0005004610,0006406014,00090084 read more

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Amana 9,000 BTU Window / Wall Air Conditioner AE093G35AX. Amana - An Industry-Leading Brand From the beginning, every Amana brand ...product has been made with the same core philosophy: to provide their customers with high-quality products that are reliable, meet their needs, and last longer than the rest. And they keep that philosophy firmly in mind as they build their industry-leading Amana brand Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners (PTACs) and other heating and cooling products. Whether you are in the hotel/hospitality industry or provide assisted living services, Amana brand PTACs are designed to simplify your business with plain-and-simple product durability and advanced energy management features, while helping you to create the best environmental experience possible for your customer. Keeping these promises is top-priority through all stages of the production of Amana brand PTACs, from idea development through to finished product production. While they update the look of their Amana brand PTACs periodically, the components and internal assembly represent the result of a gradual evolution from the first Amana brand PTAC manufactured over 30 years ago. They focus on continual product improvement; the only new product concepts that make the cut are those that deliver valuable customer benefits. Available at AJ Madison. How to Choose a Room Air Conditioner Compared to large capacity central units, room air conditioners have several advantages. The initial cost of a room air conditioning unit is significantly lower than the cost of central air. Because room air conditioners are designed for cooling small spaces, operating costs are reduced. And, room air conditioners can provide personalized temperature and humidity controls that central systems cannot. Calculating Cooling Capacity Cooling capacity is the critical factor in properly selecting a room air conditioner. Cooling capacity is measured in British Thermal Units (BTUs) and typical models will range in capacity from 5,000 BTUs to 28,500 BTUs. Choosing an undersized unit will overwork the unit and it will not cool properly. Choosing an oversized unit will cost more to buy and operate and it will not dehumidify properly. We can help you to calculate capacity. Be prepared to provide specific information on: Room Dimensions A simple floor plan to show the location of doors and north-facing windows The number of people it will serve Sources of heat such as lamps, TV and appliances An explanation of what's above the intended room Your insulation provisions Cooling Capacity by Room Size Measure the length and width of the area to be cooled. Multiply the length by the width to determine square footage or square meters. When cooling rooms with uninsulated ceilings, great rooms, or southern or western sun exposures - step up to the next BTU size. Room SizeBTUSq. Ft.Sq. m15014 up to 5,00016515 5,200216206,000350338,000425399,0005004610,0006406014,0009008415,100 read more

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Amana AH093E35AX 9500 BTU Cooling and 10700 BTU Heating Capacity Window Wall Air Conditioner MultiDirectional Airflow R410A Refrig...erant Condensate Drain Spouts Slide Out Chassis read more

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Amana AH183E35AX 17300 BTU Cooling and 16000 BTU Heating Capacity Window Wall Air Conditioner MultiDirectional Airflow R410A Refri...gerant Condensate Drain Spouts LCDI Power Cords read more

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