The compressor is the part of the air conditioner that pumps refrigerant to deliver the cooling your home needs. The XC13's scroll compressor is engineered to perform reliably and efficiently in the harshest conditions.
To reduce operating sound levels, the XC13 uses a precision-balanced, direct-drive fan. This lets it operate at a volume as quiet as 74 dB.
Because it's compatible with the Humiditrol whole-home dehumidification system, the XC13 can help your indoor air feel cool and comfortable, while maintaining proper humidity levels.
|Energy Efficiency||Up to 15.50 SEER|
|Stages of Cooling||Single-Stage|
|Sound Rating||As low as 74 dB|
|Environmentally Responsible||R-410A refrigerant|
|Cabinet||PermaGuard Cabinet and SmartHinge Louver Design|
|Full Line of Scroll Compressors|
|Compressor/Parts Warranty||10-Year Limited Warranty on compressor, 5-Year Limited Warranty on covered components. This product may be eligible for valuable 10-Year Limited Extended Warranty coverage with product registration.|
The indoor part of an air conditioner or heat pump that moves cooled or heated air throughout the ductwork of your home. An air handler is usually a furnace or a blower coil.
System in which air is cooled at a central location and distributed to and from rooms by one or more fans and a series of ducts.
A component of a SunSource® Home Energy System that shows system status and environmental benefits in real time.
The part of an outdoor air conditioner or heat pump that compresses and pumps refrigerant to meet household cooling requirements.
The outdoor portion of an air conditioner or heat pump that either releases or collects heat, depending on the time of the year.
A unit used to measure the relative intensity of sound.
An air-conditioner or heat pump that is shipped dry and charged with refrigerant at the place of installation. Dry-charged units are appropriate for homeowners who need a replacement unit compatible with R-22 refrigerant.
A comfort system that pairs an electric heat pump with a gas furnace and alternates between the two fuel sources to maximize comfort and efficiency.
A designation of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Attached to HVAC products that meet or exceed federal guidelines for energy-efficient performance.
The most common and least expensive of all residential solar systems. Allows homeowners to use their own solar-generated electricity to save energy and reduce costs. The utility company’s grid, or network of power stations, serves as the backup power source.
An HVAC unit that heats or cools by moving heat. During the winter, a heat pump draws heat from outdoor air and circulates it through a home's air ducts. In the summer, it reverses the process and removes heat from the house and releases it outdoors.
The heating efficiency rating for heat pumps. The higher the rating, the more efficient the heat pump.
A service available from many utility providers in which homeowners get full retail value for most, if not all, of the electricity produced by their own generating system, such as a SunSource® Home Energy System. A utility meter keeps track of the “net” difference between the electricity used from the utility provider and the electricity produced by the homeowner’s system.
An electricity-generating system that operates independently from the utility grid, providing all of the electricity needed in the home, and are generally more expensive than grid-tied systems. Ideal for homes located in remote areas without utility service, or where installing power lines would be extremely costly.
A chlorine-free refrigerant that meets the U.S. EPA's newest, most stringent environmental guidelines.
A chemical that produces a cooling effect while expanding or vaporizing. Most residential air conditioning units contain the standard R-22 refrigerant, or Freon.
Two copper lines that connect the outdoor air conditioner or heat pump to the indoor evaporator coil.
A specially designed compressor that works in a circular motion, as opposed to up-and-down piston action.
Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, an energy efficiency rating for air conditioners. The higher the SEER, the more efficient the unit.
Describes a motor with electronic sensor technology that helps optimize overall system performance while keeping sound levels low. Used in select Lennox outdoor air conditioner or heat pump units.
A component of a SunSource® Home Energy System that mounts on a home’s roof to capture the energy of the sun and use it to heat and cool the home.
Describes select air conditioners and heat pumps from the Dave Lennox Signature® Collection that are designed to work with solar modules in a SunSource® Home Energy System.
A motor that operates at a wide range of speeds to precisely control the distribution of heated and cooled air throughout the home.