Royal Sovereign ARP-1400WW Portable Air Conditioner

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Royal Sovereign ARP-1400WW


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As one of the largest portable air conditioners available, the Royal Sovereign ARP-1400WW is a rugged cooling machine capable of tackling some of the largest rooms in your home, office or apartment. With approximately 14,000 BTU's of cooling power this powerful air conditioner, dehumidifier and fan, all in one, is versatile as well as powerful. A full compliment of digital controls including a timer, auto restart, sleep mode and oscillating louvers, the ARP-1400WW makes cooling rooms in your home even easier.

The dehumidifier function of this model can extract up to 100 pint of water per day from the air in your home, and with this model being a dual hose air conditioner, the cooling efficiency is higher without having creating negative air pressure in the room you are cooling.

Royal Sovereign ARP-1400WW Product Features

  • 14,000 BTU's of cooling power in a dual hose unit.
  • The Royal Sovereign ARP-1400WW is a portable air conditioner, dehumidifier and fan all-in-one.
  • LCD display on remote and control panel.
  • Auto Restart function for restart after power failures.
  • 24-hour programmable timer.
  • 3 Fan Speeds
  • Sleep Mode
  • Oscillating Louvers that be set to auto or adjusted as you want.
  • Washable air filter that collects large particles.
  • Digital thermostat control with actual temperature readings.
  • Built-in condensate tank or use hose for continuous drain option.
  • 1 year warranty.

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Customer Q & A

Q1: Hello - We recently bought the Royal Sovereign ARP 1400ww used. The previous owner gave us one exhaust hose the 2nd exhaust hole in the back of the unit is covered up with something. We've been using it with the one hose and it's working okay, but should I or do I need to attach a second hose? Thanks! Trish

A: Do a quick test. If you remove what he's using to block up that opening, is that opening sucking air in? If it is then, you may want to keep it unblocked. The way a dual hose PAC works is that one hose is the exhaust. The other should be a heat exchange intake line. What happens with a PAC is that air from inside the room is pulled in through the square panel in the back with the air filter. This air is cooled and excess heat and moisture is exhausted through the exhaust hose. This process, like any cooling process, allows for heat to build up around the motor, so the cool the motor down, instead of running just cooled air over the motor and consequently warming it back up before it would reenter the room, which would be self-defeating b/c you're trying to cool the room, the second hose pulls air in, generally from outdoors, to flow over and cool the motor then exit the machine via other hose, the exhaust line. So, he likely has the hose on the right if you're standing behind it looking at it blocked. Which would mean that the motor is likely getting pretty warm if you run it for a long period of time. Excess heat could shorten the lifespan of the unit. IF, the hole he has blocked is the heat exchange intake as described above, unblock it and see how the unit performs. If you don't seem to notice a difference, I would leave it unblocked. Hope that helps!

Q2: Where do you put water?

A: You do not add any water to this machine. It does have a small internal condensate reservoir that will collect excess moisture that isn't expelled via the exhaust duct. When the indicator light comes on, you will have to find a small pan I generally recommend a small broiler pan, place it under the small drain pipe in the bottom center of the back of the unit. Remove the plug to drain. All of the portable AC's we offer are actual air conditioners and not swamp coolers, so there's no need to add any water to any of the units you'll find on our site. Hope that helps!

Q3: Where are the decibel readings on portable AC units very important ! Looking for dual hose, 38dcb-40 dbc unit Thanks

A: The lowest setting on this model is just over 50 dBa. It may be difficult to find one that quiet since they all typically have large fans/blowers built into them to circulate air throughout the room.

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Royal Sovereign Portable Air Conditioner Reviews

Royal Sovereign ARP-1400WW Portable Air Conditioner

The ARP-1400WW is one of the largest portable air conditioners we carry, not only in size but also in cooling power. At approximately 14,000 BTU's, this Royal Sovereign portable air conditioner has the ability to cool nearly any size room in your home or apartment while removing massive amounts of moisture. As a dual hose portable air conditioner, it does this simply and efficiently through easy to use digital controls and added features to make this unit as efficient as possible. Upon testing, these are some things we found with this unit.

What I liked about the Royal Sovereign ARP-1400WW

Just like the other Royal Sovereign portable air conditioner we offer, one of the first things we noticed was the size. Like other large, dual hose models, this air conditioner is large. With it's size though there are two key positives. First, the cooling capacity is higher than nearly any other portable air conditioner we carry. Increased coolant and a larger compressor means larger areas cooled for you. Secondly, this size also lends itself to being a more efficient dual hose portable air conditioner. Dual hose models tend to be larger than single hose units, but they are also more efficient. With a coverage area up to 450 sq. ft., the ARP-1400WW is no exception.

The Royal Sovereign ARP-1400WW abounds with digital features. Not only does it have a remote, digital display and 3 fan speed settings, but it also can display temperatures in C or F, has a Sleep Mode, Auto Restart (in the event you have a blackout or power surge), and also has oscillating louvers that can be set to automatically oscillate or be moved by hand to direct cool air where you need it most.

As with the smaller model, set up is relatively easy. Though it is a bit more complicated with this dual hose model, once you have the unit set up, moving from room to room isn't too difficult.

What I did not like about the Royal Sovereign ARP-1400WW

Draining, as with pretty much all portable air conditioners can be a pain, but luckily most of the moisture extracted is expelled with the warm exhaust through the outtake hose.

The size can be a bit cumbersome for certain people. Though it does have casters, this is a very heavy unit to be moving from room to room.

Overall, this model is a high performer for cooling large spaces. Though it is heavier than most it does reward you with a greater cooling ability, and more digital/value added features. The compressor warranty is longer than many comparable models, and for as large as it is, the Royal Sovereign ARP-1400WW is highly efficient. In all, an excellent buy for cooling larger spaces.

Royal Sovereign ARP-1400WW Detailed Specifications

Recommended for: Those who want a extra large capacity portable air conditioner with the full compliment of electronic features.
Max Room Size: App. 450 Sq. Ft. (Ideal for 400 sq. ft. or less)
BTU's: 14,000
CFM: 194
Operating Temperature: N/A
Fan Speeds: 3
EER (Energy Efficiency Ratio) N/A
Max Power Consumption: 1700W
Moisture Removal Capacity: 100.8 PPD
Thermostat: Yes (With Thermometer)
Control Type: LED push button display
Full Tank Indicator: Yes
Direct Drain Option: Yes
Remote: Yes
Timer: 1-24 hour
Noise Level: 56 dBa (Max)
Casters: Yes
Removable Air Filter: Yes
Refrigerant Type: R-22
Dimensions: 18.8" W x 17.1" D x 33.4" H
Weight: 97 lbs.
Shipping Weight: 108 lbs.
Warranty: 1 year; 5 Year Compressor
Certifications: UL, ETL


1 Year Limited

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Royal Sovereign ARP-1400WW (Item#: RY0002) (Discontinued)