Why is the temperature value displayed by the Thermohygrometer different from that on the air-condit


The temperature shown on the air conditioner is the temperature of the air outlet of the air conditioner. Simply speaking, it is the indoor temperature you set up in the hope of eventually reaching. In order to reduce the room temperature to the set temperature in the fastest time when the air conditioner is in normal operation, the cold air will continue to blow out. The closer the air outlet is, the colder the air temperature is, and the uneven distribution of indoor temperature is. In addition, the normal operation of the room temperature sensor in the air conditioner also affects the accuracy of the signal sent to the air conditioner. Therefore, it is not easy to equate the temperature set by the air conditioner with the temperature measured in real time in the room.