5011394A

Webasto FCF Platinum Series Air Conditioner Unit Only - 6,000 BTU/h - 115V

Webasto FCF Platinum Series Air Conditioner Unit Only - 6,000 BTU/h - 115V
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FCF Platinum Series Air Conditioner Unit Only - 6,000 BTU/h - 115V

FCF Platinum series is the latest development in Webasto's line of marine comfort solutions. The FCF Platinum features improved design, offering a higher BTU/h rating cross variety of ambient scenarios, while still providing unmatched product reliability and a two-year warranty.

FCF Platinum units have been designed with a long and slim footprint to allow for easy replacement of existing air-conditioning units.

Features:

  • FCF Platinum fits where other self-contained A/C systems on the market may not
  • Full two-year parts and labor replacement warranty
  • The Industry leader in reliability with an unheard of failure rate of less than 1% during its warranty period
  • Features reverse cycle heat
  • Whisper quiet and more powerful than other self-contained A/C systems on the market
  • FCF Platinum units are all 50 / 60 Hz standard. No need to order separate units
  • Features an epoxy painted stainless drain pan
  • Includes the controls and cables at no additional charge. No need to purchase controls and cables separately

Specifications:

  • Cooling Capacity: 6,000 BTU/h
  • Heating Capacity: 6,000 BTU/h
  • Rated Frequency: 60Hz
  • Rated Current (C/H): 4.7 / 4.5 A
  • Refrigerant Charge: R410A (0.35kg)
  • Comp. LRA: 21A
  • Min. Condenser Water Flow: 1.06 Gal/Min. (4 L/Min.)
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 11.2 x 16 x 11.6 in (285 x 408 x 295 mm)
  • Weight: 53 lbs (24kg)
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