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AIR-CAP2602E BTU value

Hello, I am looking for the BTU value of AIR-CAP2602E. In datasheet I can not find it.

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The amount of heat produced

The amount of heat produced is a function of the amount of energy used.  The 2602 uses up to 12.95W which would convert to 44.2 BTU.  If you disable one or both of the radios I would expect this number to drop significantly.

John

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The amount of heat produced

The amount of heat produced is a function of the amount of energy used.  The 2602 uses up to 12.95W which would convert to 44.2 BTU.  If you disable one or both of the radios I would expect this number to drop significantly.

John

The AIR-CAP2602E uses up to

The AIR-CAP2602E uses up to 12.95W which would convert to 44.2 BTU.

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