There is a good chance you have a rough idea on the costs associated with operating air conditioners, but just forget everything you know and take into consideration the penny: A penny can seem pretty insignificant, and four pennies will be able to get you about one hour of comfort if you use the newest Mitsubishi Ductless Split System. From this, we can see for just 4 dollars, you can easily get 100 hours of comfort.
You will just be paying .04 cents each hour!
This has made the energy needed to provide comfort for your home is way more affordable than ever.
Think about never having to worry yourself about high electricity bills again; you just tune in a comfortable setting and walk away. The Mitsubishi Mr. Slim ductless air conditioner is the most cost-effective and most efficient systems in the market today and has a SEER rating of up to 26.0. The systems were designed to provide you with peace of mind in terms of comfort and energy.
The cooling and heating systems of the Mitsubishi Electric ductless air conditioner are way more efficient than traditional central systems. The utilization of compressors that adjust automatically to change in the environment of the space they have been installed in, this ensures that the system uses only the energy that is needed.
*We calculated the operating costs based on the nationwide average of.12 per KW of energy usage on a 9000 BTU, 26 SEER model. The actual costs can vary from one place to another.
How can you determine the hourly energy usage cost of the selected system?
Take a look at your utility bill and locate where “Kw/hr.” is. The value is usually expressed in cents per hour of kilowatt hour consumption. From the chart below, determine the hourly cost basing it on the local energy costs and selected capacity.
The above graph has been used to compare the various hourly operating costs in cents. The left has the Btu rating (1) with the assigned seer rating next to it. Across the top (2) is where you find the various local costs per hour of your electricity. With the 9,000 /26 model is 9,000 Btu’s and has a SEER rating of 26. The right side has the hourly operating costs of the model. The cost per hour of .014 will mean that a 9000 Btu 26 seer system costs 1.4 cents an hour to operate. This shows that .04 will mean four cents per hour.
Translating this to English, you can expect to pay a total $21.00 for a 12,000 Btu system that has an hourly cost of 7 cents or .07 per hour, running it ten hours every day for a whole month. This is way less compared to an average 12-year-old, 8 SEER, 3-ton system consuming 55 cents an hour because you will pay $165.00 for the same amount of time. This is eight times the cost of the former. This shows you will end up saving a lot of money.
The 3-ton central system will provide three times the capacity of our system. If you were to use three of our system, which will produce the same capacity, then you can expect to use 62% less energy.