PAC 2010 E local air conditioner
Perfectly fresh concept based on cool design
Overall feel-good climate with the air conditioner PAC 2010 E
Cooling, dehumidification and ventilation at its best
The 3-in-1 air conditioner PAC 2010 E presents itself in a refreshing design. With an output of 2.1 kW and a variety of functions for cooling, ventilation and dehumidification, it is perfectly suited to create an agreeable feel-good climate in smaller rooms.
Even in the summer heat, the PAC 2010 E makes life much easier – in a conveniently cool and comfortable way This is on the one hand due to the air conditioner's cool design and on the other hand to the functional variety of this 3-in-1 all-rounder. In order to cool down hot rooms sized up to 65 m³ to considerably fresher temperatures in next to no time, the air conditioner not only comes equipped with a cooling function but also with a dehumidification and fan function. The combination of all three functions provides an overall feel-good climate.
In continuous operation, the automatic mode of the PAC 2010 E guarantees optimum cooling to reach the desired room climate in a reliable way. A decisive contribution to this is made by the air conditioner's automatic fan. When the "Automatic" setting is selected in fan mode, the air conditioner independently controls the fan speed depending on the ambient temperature.
If you wish to use the device primarily at specific times, as for example during the evenings, you can use the timer function for time-controlled switch-on and -off. Should you not use the PAC 2010 E at all over a longer period of time, the self-cleaning function allows to remove the condensate from the air conditioner – thus, storage becomes completely unproblematic.
A good night's sleep is not only ensured by the night mode that slowly raises the temperature, but also by the LED display that can be switched off completely to avoid unnecessary, disturbing light.
The respective operating mode, the room temperature, the three fan stages and the automatic fan can either be controlled using the long-range IR remote control or directly via the user-friendly membrane key control panel on the air conditioner as desired.
Enjoy pleasant refreshment! You can also find all the relevant information about our comfort air conditioning units in the product brochure. Download the PDF directly here.
Propane (R290) as environmentally friendly refrigerant in air conditioning systems
Every year, several million tons of harmful CO2 emissions (greenhouse gas) are emitted to the atmosphere due to synthetic refrigerants. For this reason, the utilization of alternative refrigerants has become one of our key objectives. By using propane (R290) as refrigerant this air conditioner makes a valuable contribution to protecting our climate.
The natural refrigerant propane (R290) is an organic compound belonging to the group of hydrocarbons. Unlike synthetic refrigerants the environmentally friendly propane (R290) comes with neither ozone depletion potential (ODP = 0) nor a noteworthy greenhouse effect (GWP = 3).
Additional bonus for the environment: Owing to its excellent thermodynamic properties, propane (R290) is a particularly energy-efficient refrigerant thereby additionally reducing your energy costs.
Unlike many other air conditioners, the condensation tank of the PAC 2010 E must only seldom be emptied. The device is equipped with an intelligent recycling system that uses the condensed water to cool the condenser, and thus the majority of the water evaporates.
Tip: If you wish to air condition rooms sized up to 85 m³, we recommend the big brother of the PAC 2010 E. The identically constructed air conditioner PAC 2610 E fulfils all requirements for energy efficiency class A. Power consumption is particularly low, while the cooling capacity is high (2.6 kW).
Installation and maintenance of the PAC 2010 E
The air conditioner is set up and ready for use in just a few steps.
The preassembled air filter cleans the room air from fluff, dust and animal hair and can be removed and cleaned easily.
Mobile and sophisticated in every detail
Thanks to its compact design, the ergonomically shaped recessed handle and floor rollers, the air conditioner can be quickly and easily moved from one location to another. A convenient cable winder and remote control holder facilitate storage of the device.
Calculation of the required cooling capacity
Find out how to easily calculate the cooling capacity required for your living and office spaces.
How much power is required to cool a room? The rule of thumb: Every cubic metre of room volume requires a cooling capacity of 30 watts (1 m3 = 30 W).
Using this blanket value the required cooling capacity can be determined quickly and easily for every room size. Example: Assuming a room with 26 m² of floor space and a room height of 2.5 m.
The resulting calculation reads as follows:
Room volume calculation:
26 m² of floor space x 2.5 m ceiling height = a room volume of 65 m³
Calculation of the cooling capacity required for the room volume:
65 m³ cubature x 30 watts of cooling capacity = required cooling capacity of 1,950 watts
Conversion from watt to kilowatt:
1,950 watts = 1.95 kW
Result: In a room with 26 m2 of floor space and a height of 2.5 m you need an air conditioner with a cooling capacity of 1.95 kW – such as the PAC 2010 E.
This is only a rough calculation formula for living and office spaces with modern insulation (passive house standard), though. The required cooling capacity further depends on the room's "thermal load": For selecting an appropriate air conditioner, the factors of insolation, insulation, window dimensions, the number of persons as well as the heat sources play an equally important role.
You would like to find out more? Our info page "Practical knowledge concerning air conditioning" contains all the important information. By reading it you will quickly become an air conditioning expert.
AirLock window and door seals
ACCESSORY TIP: AirLock window seals prevent warm air from streaming back into the room you are trying to cool.
The warm air is discharged through an air conditioner's exhaust air hose and thus through a window into the open air. In order to keep the warm air from streaming right back into the room through the window gap we recommend using AirLock window or door seals.
Suitable for windows with a maximum perimeter of up to 4 metres is the window seal AirLock 100. The hose can be attached to any type of window (casement, bottom-hung or skylight windows). With the Velcro® tape mounting between window and frame only takes a few steps. This ensures an optimal cooling efficiency in the room and substantially reduces the consumption costs of your air conditioner.
Also perfect for floor-to-ceiling windows or balcony and patio doors.
The convenient door and window seal AirLock 1000 was specifically designed for sealing floor-to-ceiling windows or balcony and patio doors – it is the only window seal on the market that has a perimeter of up to 5.6 metres. The AirLock 1000 can be used for both one- or two-hose devices. Further information on all available AirLock versions is provided here.
PAC 2010 E – special equipment features
Cooling down in every room
All Comfort air conditioners of the PAC series in direct comparison:
To find the Comfort air conditioners of the PAC series which exactly meets your requirements, please consult the concise overview of all Comfort air conditioners of the PAC series from Trotec, which we’re providing to you here so that you can compare them directly to each other.
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A few practical benefits:
- Energy efficiency class A
- 2.1 kW cooling capacity
- Three operating modes: cooling, ventilation, dehumidification
- Three fan speeds
- Timer function
- Practical LED display
- Easy-to-clean membrane keypad
- Adjustable air discharge direction
- IR remote control
- Removable air filter
- Quiet operation < 51dB(A)
All important features at a glance
Monobloc or split? One-hose or two-hose technology?
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A boost of freshness: Enjoy maximum refreshment anywhere in the room!
Do you want to additionally support the effect your air conditioner has? In order to really distribute the cool air into every last corner of the room we recommend using the powerful fan TFH 2000 E with turbo spin technology. The extremely compressed turbulent air flow gushes out of the TFH 2000 E as tornado-like air column that revolves around itself and advances deep into the room. The air current breaks through warm and cold room air zones mixing it all up. The exiting air current encounters the opposite wall or the ceiling and from there is deflected to all sides.
In a constant circulation the air returns to the rear of the fan flowing along the side walls and the ceiling. It is sucked in once more to start a new cycle. This effective turbo spin method ensures maximum circulation and mixing of the room air. The temperature difference between cold air near the ground and warm air just beneath the ceiling is substantially reduced, instead the air temperature in the entire room is noticeably evened out.
Optimum room temperature control with the socket thermostat BN30
Just install it in the socket and connect it to the heating or cooling device on the socket thermostat BN30, and you can have your heating or cooling unit automatically switched on and off by the BN30 depending on the temperature. The socket thermostat available as an accessory is individually adjustable within a temperature range from 5 °C to 30 °C.
Radio thermostat BN35 with timer switch for the socket
With the radio thermostat BN35 you can easily determine at which room temperature your heating or cooling unit will switch on or off using the remote control. The BN35 set consists of a radio-controlled socket and a radio thermostat. Simply plug the radio-controlled socket in between a wall outlet and your heating or cooling unit. Place the radio thermostat within approx. 20 metres in the place where the room temperature is to be measured. As an alternative, time-controlled regulation can also be carried out.
|Max. cooling capacity [kW]||2.1|
|Max. cooling capacity [Btu/h]||7,200|
|Recommended room size|
|Air flow rate|
|Level Max. [m³/h]||320|
|Max. dehumidification performance [l/h]||1|
|Attainable room temperature|
|(min.) depending on operating conditions [°C]||16|
|(max.) depending on operating conditions [°C]||30|
|Min. temperature range [°C]||16|
|Max. temperature range [°C]||30|
|Mains connection||230 V, 50 Hz|
|Power input [kW]||0.805|
|Nominal current consumption [A]||4.3|
|Recommended fusing [A]||10|
|Connection plug||CEE 7/7|
|Cable length [m]||1.7|
|Minimum room size [m²]||8|
|Amount of refrigerant [g]||160|
|CO2 equivalent||0.00048 t|
|Pressure suction side [MPa]||1.5|
|Pressure outlet side [MPa]||3|
|Noise emission [dB(A)] according to EN ISO 3745:2012||63 dB(A)|
|Level 1 - Distance 1 m [dB(A)]||51|
|Total length [m]||1.5|
|Length (packaging excluded) [mm]||370|
|Width (packaging excluded) [mm]||300|
|Height (packaging excluded) [mm]||770|
|(packaging excluded) [kg]||24.5|
|Equipment, features and functions|
|With condensate drain|
|With condensation tray|
|With water tank|
|Switch-on time preselectable|
|Switch-off time can be preselected|
|Room air filter|
|Adjustable air discharge direction|
|Automatic fault diagnosis|
|Fan rundown function|
|Auto restart function|
|Rubber-tyred metal wheels|
|Non-marking full-rubber wheels|
|Swivel casters with parking brakes|
|Adjustable bar handle|