♦♦ Assumes up to 6% savings in air conditioning costs for every degree Fahrenheit that thermostat is raised. (See . EPA and . Energy Savings Calculator). Also assumes elevated air speed may offset increase in air temperature by up to five degrees (See ASHRAE Standard 55-2004-Thermal Environmental Conditions for Human Occupancy). Air multiplier must be used in conjunction with and in close proximity to air conditioning ventilation output in each room to recognize savings benefit. Actual savings may vary based on use and other factors.