Don't take our word for it
About 75, but that isn't the main factor. I was in a closed truck cap in full sun. I nearly slept after staying in for 1/2 hour after unit ran prior for 1 hour. I was comfortable. When I shut off unit to get on with my day, I couldn't last 5 minutes before I got short of breath and began to sweat. In other words, I would have begun to suffocate. That all said, I believe that this unit could cool my space @ night to a 15 degree difference. Tomorrow @ dusk I will have unit on with in and out thermometers on time lapse. Only way to really know. But, I feel positive.
Just received mine. Out of the box, it was an easy assembly , didn't really need instructions for that part,but actually turning it on wasn't as intuitive, so I did refer to the instructions for that. It appears to be well made with clean smooth lines. So, initial first impression is good. I plugged it in and it's putting out cold air through the front and warm are through the back... I'm happy so far. I'll test it out in my travel trailer and see how it does there.
Some notes from using mine. First I let it just on the floor and settle for awhile. It's an A/C compressor so I wanted the coolant to settle where it needed to be. Then I tried to start and realized I needed the manual :) The back portion is what you want. Hold the power button down for about 3 seconds and it turns on. Mine defaulted to standby mode. In other words, no blowing air yet. You will notice the compressor spins up occasionally and makes a fair amount of noise. Just like an air conditioner. Push the snowflake button to turn on the A/C. Use the fan button for three speeds. Lower speed gets you colder air. The first time I turned it on, it was fairly noisy. It steadily smoothed out. After a minute things were good.
An extra cord with an Aviation connector is needed.
No, you won't be able to run Zero-Breeze without being "plugged in" if you don't purchase the additional battery.
Using the Zero Breeze in a car or truck for short periods of time is ideal for use with the 12V battery.Zero Breeze allows you to use AC in situations like waiting in the carpool line, eating lunch, or grabbing a quick nap in your car during a work break. Of course, never leave your pet alone in a warm vehicle as this could lead to harm to your pet. For that reason, we do not recommend using the Zero Breeze for that purpose.
It is 120 to 150 Watts.
3.5 to 5 hours
No, Zero Breeze Mark 1 will not release any gases.
Different from the most room or portable air conditioners, the Zero Breeze Mark 1 is not designed to cool an entire room to a set temperature. It is made specifically to cool the area right in front of the fan for more personal comfort for you and your guests. The temperature of the cool air from Zero Breeze can be 10F lower than ambient temperature.
Please make sure the power system can supply stable 12V, 15A DC power and ZeroBreeze will work.
No water or ice is required. Zero Breeze Mark 1 is refrigerated by a compressor.
The life span of Zero Breeze Mark 1 is designed to have 5-6 years.