Seasonal energy efficiency ratio. An equipment efficiency rating that takes into account the startup and shutdown for each cycle.

Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratios

Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. The total cooling output of a central air conditioner in British thermal units during its normal usage period for cooling divided by the total electrical energy input in watt-hours during the same period. The test procedure is determined by the Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute.

Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. SEER measures a unit's cooling efficiency. The higher the number, the greater the efficiency.

(seasonal energy efficiency ratio): a measurement of how energy efficient a central cooling system can operate over the course of an entire cooling season. This term is most often applied to central air-to-air heat pumps (in the cooling mode) and air conditioners. SEER is expressed as the dividend of the number of Btu of cooling provided over the season divided by the total number of watt-hours the system consumes. Federal law requires all central split systems now made and sold in the United States to have minimum SEERs of 10. Effective January 2006, the minimum for most systems will increase to 13. Energy Services Energy Systems/Technologies

The cooling performance of air conditioners and heat pumps is rated using the SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) system, which ranges from 13.00 to 20.00 for new systems. The higher the SEER, the better the efficiency, the greater your energy savings.

The total cooling of a central unitary air conditioner or unitary heat pump in Btu's during its normal annual usage period for cooling divided by the total electric energy input in watt-hours during the same period. Setpoint: The temperature to which a thermostat is set to result in a desired heated space temperature. Split System: Refrigeration or air conditioning installation, which places condensing unit outside or away from evaporator. Also applicable to heat pump installations. Thermostat: A temperature sensitive switch for controlling the operation of a heater or furnace.

Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio/Rating. A measure of cooling efficiency for air conditioners and heat pumps. The higher the seer, the more energy efficient the unit. The governments minimum SEER rating is 10 (soon to be 13). It's similar to comparing miles per gallon in automobiles.

Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio; a measure of cooling efficiency for air conditioners and heat pumps. The higher the SEER, the more energy efficient the unit. The U.S. Government's minimum SEER rating is 10.

Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. The total cooling output of an air conditioner during its normal annual usage period for cooling, in Btu/h (W), divided by the total electric energy input during the same period, in watt-hours, as determined by DOE 10 CFR Part 430, Subpart B, Test Procedures. New equipment ranges from about 10 to 16 SEER. Higher SEER ratings indicate more efficient equipment.

The Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio is an energy efficiency rating for air conditioners. The higher the SEER, the better the energy performance, the more you save. The DOE's established minimum SEER rating for cooling is 10.00.

This measurement of an air conditioning or heat pump system's energy efficiency takes into account the cooling efficiency of the system under various weather conditions. SEER is determined by dividing the total cooling provided during worm months (in BTU's) by the total energy (watts-hours) consumed during the same period. The higher the SEER number the less wattage use per hour.

Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. A rating system developed by the U.S. Government to indicate the efficiency level of cooling equipment.

Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. A rating of the average efficiency of an air conditioning unit in cooling mode.

(Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) - A rating that denotes the efficiency of air conditioning equipment. It is the amount of cooling your equipment delivers for every dollar spent on electricity. It is the ratio of cooling delivered by a system, measured in BTUs, to the dollar cost of the electricity to run the system, as measured in watt-hours. This ratio is determined using specified federal test procedures. The higher the SEER, the more efficient the unit. The more efficient the unit, the lower the operating cost.

Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating. Used to express the efficiency of an air conditioning unit, or a heat pump in cooling mode. The higher the SEER rating, the more efficient the unit. The Department of Energy minimum is 10

The amount of cooling your equipment delivers per every dollar spent on electricity. The higher the number the lower the operating cost (not more cooling.) SEER applies to air conditioners and heat pumps. In the past, a unit with a SEER of 8.00 was considered standard efficiency, and a unit with a 10.00 SEER was considered high efficiency. After January 1, 1992, the minimum SEER required by the DOE is 10.00 and 15.00+ SEER is considered high efficiency. EER & SEER can not be compared equally. Air source equipment is rated by SEER and geothermal equipment is rated by EER. The total cooling of a central unitary air conditioner or unitary heat pump in Btu's during its normal annual usage period for cooling divided by the total electric energy input in watt-hours during the same period.

Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio means the total cooling output of a central air conditioner in British thermal units during its normal usage period for cooling divided by the total electrical energy input in watt-hours during the same period as determined using the ARI-specified test procedure. This rating is only for units with cooling capacity less than 65,000 Btu/hr. The higher the SEER, the more efficient the unit. The more efficient the unit, the lower the operating cost.

Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating, t he SEER of an air conditioning unit tells you how efficiently the unit uses electricity. The higher the SEER rating the greater the efficiency. This can be calculated by dividing its BTU rating by the unit's wattage. For example, an 11,500 BTU air conditioner that consumes 1,200 watts will have a SEER of approximately 9.5 (11,500 BTU / 1,200 watts).

Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ration. A measurement of efficiency for cooling devices such as heat pumps and air conditioners. A unit's SEER is calculated by dividing the total number of BTUs of heat removed from the air by the total amount of energy required by the unit. The higher the ratio, the more efficient the unit.

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Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. The average cooling efficiency over an entire cooling season.

Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. A measure of seasonal or annual efficiency of a central air conditioner or air conditioning heat pump. The higher the SEER, the more efficient the unit. A rating of 14.5 or higher for a new unit is recommended. The formula for the rating takes the average number of Btu of cooling divided by the watt-hours of electricity used by the unit for a hypothetical "average" U.S. climate.

The total cooling output of a central air conditioning unit in Btus during its normal usage period for cooling divided by the total electrical energy input in watt-hours during the same period, as determined using specified Federal test procedures.

Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, a rating that measures the cooling efficiency of a heat pump or air conditioner. The higher the number, the more efficient the unit.

The Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio is a measure of the cooling efficiency of your air conditioner or heat pump. The higher the SEER number, the more efficient the system is at converting electricity into cooling powe

Universal energy rating for heat pumps. The higher the number the better.

Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. A measure of seasonal or annual efficiency of a central air conditioner or air conditioning heat pump. It takes into account the variations in temperature that can occur within a season and is the average number of Btu of cooling delivered for every watt-hour of electricity used by the heat pump over a cooling season.