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Key Features

  • 10,000/9,800 BTU Cooling
  • 11,200/9,200 BTU Heating
  • Universal Fit for Sleeve
  • Gold Fin™ Anti-Corrosion

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The heating btu's on the LT1034HNR are 11,200/9,200. What is the operating temperatures of those btu's?

For example are the 11,200 btu's being used at 40 degrees and the 9,200 at 15 degrees?
Asked by: Greglo18
The different BTU ratings are determined by the voltage with which the unit is served. The unit can be operated on a 208V circuit that is typical for large commercial buildings in the US, or on a 240V circuit that is typical for residential buildings in the US. The resistance heating element is of a fixed resistance, and when it is energized at a higher voltage, it will draw more current and thus have a higher BTU output.
Answered by: LT1034HNRowner
Date published: 2015-11-16

Can you set the temp in the heat mode to turn off when temp in room is reached instead of blowing cold air?

In the heat mode, when set temp is reached, it blows cold air. Is this normal? Can it turn off when it reaches set temp instead of continuing to run?
Asked by: CharDa
We appreciate your interest in this air conditioner. When the temperature is reached, the heater portion deactivates and runs the circulation fan only. If there is cold air still, then the cold air will be circulated. There is no known work-around for this.
Answered by: NeilE
Date published: 2015-05-12

Does this have "reverse cycle" aka heat pump heat?

Or does it only provide resistance heat. What is the energy efficiency of the heat?
Asked by: WhyDoIHaveToProvideANick

Can this unit be hardwired?

What type of plug does it have?
Asked by: Bcvm
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