Released January, 2009
The Pros:Runs very quietly, even at higher settings. Features a dehumidifier mode for muggy days. Very efficient--can make a small to mid-sized room cold very quickly.
The Cons:No fan speed indicator anywhere on the unit. Installation is a lengthy, annoying process. Included documentation is pretty unhelpful, leaving it up to you to figure out installation and operation.
The Friedrich CP08E10 is a compact air conditioner with a cooling capacity of 7800 BTUs from Friedrich's Compact Programmable air conditioner series. Like Friedrich's CP06E10, the unit is Energy Star qualified and includes auto air sweep swing louvers, however, it is a step up from the CP06E10 since it also has a stale air exhaust vent which the CP06E10 lacks.
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It features a 12-hour electronic timer with an LCD remote that allows the user to program on/off times from across the room. The CP08E10 includes 3 cooling speeds, 3 fan-only speeds, and a MoneySaver setting which cycles the fan with the compressor for greater energy savings. It utilizes six-way air flow control and has a slide-out chassis for easy maintenance and washable antimicrobial filter to protect against fungal and bacterial growth. The air conditioner comes with expandable side curtains and the required hardware for through wall or window installation.
- 7800 BTUs cooling capacity
- 10.8 EER
- Energy Star qualified
- 115 volts
- 12-hour electronic timer with LCD remote
- MoneySaver setting
- Stale air exhaust vent
- 3 cooling speeds, 3 fan-only speeds
- Six-way air flow control
- Slide-out chassis
- Auto restart
- Lift out washable antimicrobial filter
- Expandable side curtains included
- Auto Air Sweep swing louvers
- Dimensions: 13 5/8" x 18 1/2" x 20 5/8"
User Reviews (1)
Runs very quietly, even at higher settings.
Features a dehumidifier mode for muggy days.
Very efficient--can make a small to mid-sized room cold very quickly.
Lots of convenient features--remote, timer, and energy-saving settings.
No fan speed indicator anywhere on the unit.
Installation is a lengthy, annoying process.
Included documentation is pretty unhelpful, leaving it up to you to figure out installation and operation.
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