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1800XTS Cooling Performance

CellarPro 1800XTS / XTSX Temperature and Humidity Performance


Summary:

As illustrated in the chart above, CellarPro's 1800XTS wine cooling unit easily maintained 55°F and 60 percent average relative humidity inside a Le Cache Model 2400 wine cellar. CellarPro's 1800XTS wine cooling unit was tested in a controlled test room with ambient temperatures that varied from 85°F to 95°F.

Test Conditions:

  • The wine cabinet was located in an enclosed, climate-controlled test room
  • The cabinet used was a Le Cache Model 2400 wine cabinet
  • The wine cabinet was filled with 208 bottles (73% capacity)
  • The CellarPro cooling unit was set to maintain 55°F (53°F "off" / +3°F "on") (1)
  • The cooling unit was set to an RH "3" setting
  • The temperature measurements was taken at the bottom of the wine cabinet

(1) CellarPro cooling units provide maximum flexibility for controlling the environment inside a wine cellar. Rather than selecting a single temperature target, CellarPro users designate the lower and upper temperature settings during which the cooling unit cycles off and on. In the test charted above, the CellarPro cooling unit was set to cycle "off" at 53°F, and cyle "on" at 56°F (54.5°F average.)