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|LG LA246HV System Specifications:|
|Cooling Capacity (BTU):||24,200|
|Heating Capacity (BTU):||27,000|
|Air Circulation (CFM H/M/L):||530/445/378|
|Indoor dB (A):||47/42/39|
|Rated Voltage Outdoor:||230/208-60-1|
|Rated Voltage Indoor:||230/208-60-1|
|Indoor Dimensions WxHxD (inches):||43-11/16 x 11-3/4 x 7-7/8|
|Indoor Weight (lbs):||31.1|
|Outdoor Dimensions WxHxD (inches):||34-5/16 x 31-1/2 x 12-5/8|
|Outdoor Weight (lbs):||132.3|
|Line Set Dimensions (inches):||3/8 x 5/8|
Like your refrigerator, heat pumps use electricity to pump refrigerant and transfer heat from one space to another. When we transfer heat from within our home to the outdoors, we call it "air conditioning". Conversely, when we transfer heat from the outdoors to within the home, we call it a "heat-pump". Because refrigerant is naturally much colder than outdoor temperatures even on a very cold day, it actually absorbs heat from outdoors, and transfers the heat it absorbed outside to within your home. The refrigerant's physical properties do this naturally. What you pay for is the electricity to pump refrigerant via copper tubing from outdoors to indoors. Because we move the heat rather than create it (as electric baseboard or resistant heat does), we can deliver up to 4 times the heat for the energy we consume!
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