16 is minimum on my AC, so 16
mine is on all year pretty much, couldn't live without it
Do some research, you will find out that there is no reason to put it lower than 23 because no AC can in fact make the air temperature go that lower, it will force the device, making it freeze, leaking water, and will consume lots of energy to do so ($). The AC is always installed in a high place because the hot air always go up, so it will make the lower area of the room cooler, while itself will stay on a hotter area, the temperature its sensors shows for us its not the temperature of the floor area, its temperature of the hotter area (above, since its where the AC and its sensors are).
It may sound retarded, but once I read this in multiple sources I decided to test it myself at home and at the work... I can assure it's true. 24 is the perfect temperature, its as cold as an AC can reach, saves you money, and prevents your AC to have problems.
Search it yourselves, then test it. It's a life changing habit that will only benefit you.
when sleeping or inactive 23-25
when active and sweating 20-21
100°C cuz i always want hot coffee
Ac? Just dont be a pussy and fry off your balls men))))
21c on summer
24c in the rest of the year
23 its the lower u can go...so i use 23 always
What's an AC?
Seriously though nobody here has one, you'll only really see them in big public places like a shopping centre or something.
Our houses are designed to keep in the warmth because its usually cold. This proves a problem in the summer because despite the temperatures not seeming so high in comparison to other countries, it feels hotter because our buildings are designed to keep the heat.
i am AC and my temperature rn is 36.5°C. hope that helps
Whenever I feel like im burning up in the summer.
We have ducted evaporative cooling, so by it's nature a temperature can't be set. I can change the speed of which the whole system is operating at so on extremely hot days I leave it at 50%, on hot days it's at minimum and if it's under 25c then it's off.