2018 3500 EXT Camper Conversion in CT (TX for now due to Covid)
I think the power consumption is actually around 260 watts according to the home depot site and 650 watts is the cooling power. 650 x 3.4 = 2210... which is almost 2300 BTU.Hi,
It does seem fishy that the EER is so low, and it may well be they are quoting the COP.
They quote the cooling as 2300 BTU/hr and they state a power use of 650 watts - no mention as to whether the two go together. But, if they did 2300/650 = 3.5 for the EER.
Not sure what to make of it.
Its all very sloppy and imprecise, I've also seen specs elsewhere giving 700 watts of cooling, 700watts / 260 watts = 2.6923 ~ 2.7
If it used 650 watts the amperage from the 24 volt battery would be 27 amps. I doubt that.