LG software helps predict performance of air-conditioning systems

Published:  03 June, 2013

To help consultants, specifiers and installers readily and quickly understand the savings and performance capabilities of LG range of VRF air-conditioning products, the companyís air-conditioning and solutions division has developed an energy-calculation tool, It is called LEEP (LG Energy Estimator Program) and is based on Microsoft Excel. Its scope included LGís Multi V III, Multi V air-source and Multi V II water-source series of products.

LEEP can be used to calculate the cost per kWh of cooling for LG units and give a project running cost per hour. The information can be used to estimate paybacks and provide information for building energy efficiency ratings and CSR report requirements.

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