|Room Capacity||200 cubic feet|
|Power/Rating||115V AC / 60 Hz|
|Warranty||5 Years (Entire System)|
Configuration Scenarios for the CellarPro 1800 Series
Option A: Through an Interior Wall
Option B: Above the Wine Cellar
Option C: Through an Exterior Wall
Option D: Rear Ducted Exhaust
Ducting your CellarPro 1800 cooling unit
- The front cannot be ducted except as shown with the addition of our front intake hood.
- The rear cannot be located inside the cellar, unless the cooling unit is installed with our rear duct kit, so that the fresh air comes from outside the cellar and the exhaust goes outside the cellar.
- The rear can be ducted with our rear duct kit, so that the fresh air comes from outside the cellar and the exhaust goes outside the cellar.
- IF THE REAR IS DUCTED, AN AUXILIARY FAN MUST ALWAYS BE USED TO AUGMENT THE AIRFLOW OF THE HOT AIR INTAKE/EXHAUST. OUR DUCT KIT INCLUDES AN INLINE AUX FAN AND SWITCHED POWER FOR THE FAN.
Detailed Diagram of rear ducting:
* The hot air exhaust can be rear or top vented.
** Only the 1800XTSx and 1800XTx-220V outdoor units can be exposed to the outdoors, and both units are designed to operate in temperatures ranging from 40°F to 90°F. For temperatures below 40°F, the fan cycling switch is required.
*** Venting to the exterior may require the addition of compressor heater (temps below 40°F) and fan cycling switch (temps below 20°F).
1800 Series Sound Performance Chart
We chart the decibels for various CellarPro 1800 Series and Breezaire WKC series cooling units as measured when installed in a Le Cache Model 2400 wine cabinet (left) and in a wine cellar wall (right).
Test Conditions (1):
- The readings on the left were measured when the wine cooling unit was installed in a Le Cache Model 2400 wine cabinet, placed flush against a wall in a carpeted room with 8-foot ceilings. The readings were taken 3 feet in front of the wine cabinet at a height of 5 feet.
- The readings on the right were measured when the wine cooling unit was installed in a wine cellar wall, in a non-carpeted room with vaulted ceilings. The readings were taken 3 feet behind the wine cellar at a height of 5 feet.
- Our sound meter's accuracy is +/-1.5 dB
(1) Actual results may vary depending on your individual acoustic conditions and environment.