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Sanyo KMS1272
Sanyo KMS1272
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Sanyo KMS1272 review: 12 facts and highlights

1. Is a split air conditioner

The device consists of two parts, one internal and one external. The indoor unit inside the room replaces warm air with cool air. The outdoor unit is installed outside the house, and pumps out the warm air. Split ACs are quieter and have better air distribution than other models.
Sanyo KMS1272

2. width

Sanyo 36THHW72R: 308mm

3. can be controlled remotely

A remote control allows you to control the device remotely. The remote control can be included or optional.
Sanyo KMS1272
95% have it

4. BTU cooling

Cooling capacity is measured in British Thermal Units (BTU). It is a measure of a cooling system's ability to remove thermal energy from an area, under standard conditions. The higher the BTU, the more powerful the AC, which means it will be able to cool a larger space.
Samsung AQV12PSL: 112578BTU

5. noise level indoor

The noise level is the amplitude level of the undesired background noise. The low noise level indicates that the device is quiet.
Beko BVC 070/071: 26dB

6. weight

Toshiba RAS-09SKSX-1: 8g

7. Has a manual thermostat

With a manual thermostat you have a range of temperature settings (usally low, middle and high) to choose from. These are usually cheap and easy to use, though they offer less precision.
Sanyo KMS1272
36% have it

8. Is an air-cooled air conditioner

Air-cooled systems have lowest overall cost and are easy to maintain and install. Unfortunately, they often have less heat removal capacity per unit compared to other configurations.
Sanyo KMS1272

9. thickness

Amana GSX13 0361C: 73.7mm

10. maximum ambient temperature

The maximum allowed outside temperature for optimal air- conditioning usage.
Toshiba RAS-18UFHP2BE5: 54°C

11. Has programmable timer

Function that allows you to control when the device will shut off to help reduce costs.
Sanyo KMS1272
77% have it

12. height

Sanyo 26THHW72R: 191.2mm

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