How is amazon basic split AC.

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Thinking to buy amazon basic 2 ton split AC for my hall. Should I go for this. Anybody is using this AC either 1 or 1. 5 or 2 ton AC kindly share your experience with this AC. My priority is cooling which should cover hall ~200 sq feet.

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What is the operating cost of a AC? How much units of electricity ,this AC will consume if we use it for 12 hours a day?

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theprofessor wrote:

What is the operating cost of a AC? How much units of electricity ,this AC will consume if we use it for 12 hours a day?

This will run only in night for around 6~8 hours.

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Mufasa wrote:

This will run only in night for around 6~8 hours.

Ok but will would be approx cost for one month, how much it will add to my bills?

Just wanna have some tentative idea, I’m also thinking but increasing bills are stopping me

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theprofessor wrote:

Ok but will would be approx cost for one month, how much it will add to my bills?

Just wanna have some tentative idea, I’m also thinking but increasing bills are stopping me

I have not checked yet I, guess it is based on inverter technology means its compressor runs at different wattage depending upon ambient temperature. Actually I purchased it at 35000+ after paybalance+ SBI card. But this not final I may cancel it of somebody have been already using it his/her experience is not good with this AC. https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/754941/medium/IMG_20220327_143950.jpg?1648372461

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Better to go with the Split AC’s which are having minimum 10 years warranty on compressor and 5 years on PCB (some brands provide gas refilling)

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theprofessor wrote:

What is the operating cost of a AC? How much units of electricity ,this AC will consume if we use it for 12 hours a day?

That depends on various factors such as outside temperature, the AC set temperature, size of the room and how much sun or shade it gets. Under moderate conditions, if you set the AC to 28 and the room is not too large then it might consume around 6 to 8 KWh (units). If you set it low like at 21 or if the outside temperature is very high like say 45C then it would consume much more. Normally a 1 ton AC consumes around 1 KWh per hour, 1.5 KWh for 1.5 ton and so on. This goes down when the compressor shuts off or slows down in case of an inverter AC. What percentage of time it shuts off or slows down depends on the factors I listed in the beginning of my post.

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