Multi-Stage Air Conditioner
The most efficient two-stage central air conditioner you can buy*
- Up to 52%+ Energy Savings*
Comfort and efficiency come together perfectly - The XC21’s multi-stage operation allows it to fine-tune your cooling, humidity levels and energy use by matching output to demand.
Cooling that goes beyond temperature control - Humidity levels can drastically affect how the air in your home feels. It can make the air feel up to 8 degrees warmer than the actual temperature. By working with the Humiditrol® whole-home dehumidification system, the XC21 can preserve your comfort in every way.
An energy-smart decision you’ll appreciate every day - With efficiencies of up to 21.00 SEER, the XC21 can lower your energy bills by hundreds of dollars a year, while still keeping your home cool and quiet.
Leading the way in smart energy use - Advanced engineering in the XC21 means enjoying smart, energy-efficient comfort all year long. This product has been designated as one of the Most Efficient ENERGY STAR certified products in 2019. Products that are recognized as the Most Efficient of ENERGY STAR in 2019 prevent greenhouse gas emissions by meeting rigorous energy efficiency performance levels set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
|Energy Efficiency||Up to 21.00 SEER|
|Stages of Cooling||Two-Stage|
|Sound Rating||As low as 69 dB|
|Environmentally Responsible||R-410A refrigerant and Solar Ready|
|Cabinet||PermaGuard™ Cabinet and SmartHinge™ Louver Design|
|On-board Diagnostics||iComfort®-enabled technology|
|Full Line of Scroll Compressors|
|Compressor/Parts Warranty||10-Year Limited Warranty on covered components including compressor|
*Disclaimer: Actual costs will vary depending on weather conditions and usage. This information is intended for comparison purposes only. This calculator should not be used to determine the purchase, size or SEER/AFUE rating of a new HVAC unit, it is intended for cost comparison purposes only. Our data comes from Energy Star, the Department of Energy (DOE), the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)