Using an air conditioner:
the best temperature settings for every room in your home
Here’s what you need to know about the optimum temperature for every room in your home, as well the type of air conditioner to use.
The best air conditioner for restful, uninterrupted sleep
To get the best sleep, it is recommended that you set your air conditioner temperature between 24 to 25 degrees Celsius.
Experts also recommend thinking of your room as a cave: dark, quiet and cool. Panasonic’s air conditioners are equipped with AEROWINGS that delivers cool air across the room which then showers down and cools you comfortably while you sleep while Panasonic's nanoe™ technology keeps the air clean.
The best air conditioner for a house party
There’s nothing like a stuffy room to dampen everyone’s party spirit. Ensure that your guests stay comfy by installing Panasonic’s air conditioner in your home.
While the recommended temperature for your living room is 25.5 degrees Celsius, this may vary depending on the number of people present. Panasonic's inverter air conditioners are able to automatically vary the rotation speed of the compressor to maintain a set temperature in the room for constant comfort.
The best air conditioner for family meals
The recommended temperature for your dining room is also 25.5 degrees Celsius.
Lingering odours, such as that of food and tobacco, can be unpleasant, which is why Panasonic has developed nanoe™ Technology. The air conditioner generates tiny particles smaller than steam droplets. These particles are able to not only neutralise odours in the air, but also deodorise the smells on the clothes you wear!
The best air conditioner for a conducive learning space
Study time? Set the air conditioner temperature at 22 degrees Celsius! Research showed that students who took tests in a room at 22 degrees Celsius fared better than those who did so in a warmer room.
Panasonic’s XS Series Air Conditioners can provide a comfortable environment for learning by optimizing air quality in your children’s rooms.
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