DS025 Sentinel – 1/4 Ton
Wine Guardian Split System Cooling Unit
3136 BTU/H


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The DS025 split wine cellar air conditioner with ductable fan-coil is ideal for small residential and commercial applications. The DS025 has an application range dependent upon use and room construction. Contractor installation is required. 3136 BTU/H (1.055 Kilowatt).

The DS025 wine cellar air conditioner can be purchased in a standard configuration or with many options and accessories, as shown below. The Extreme Climate Protection bundle protects the condensing unit in extreme climate conditions.

The Serving Temperature / Electronic Heat bundle option for the DS025. It is perfect for small or mid-sized wine rooms and multiple cabinet applications in which serving temperature cooling is preferred. It also contains an integral electric heater coil and controls to protect your wine cellar from low-temperature conditions.

The Extreme low ambient temperature option for the DS025. It is required for the continuous operation of Wine Guardian manufactured condensing units in climates that fall below 20°F and enables the system to operate in temperatures as low as -20°F. *Patent Pending

Cellar Size:
The DS025 has an application range dependent upon use and room construction.
BTU/h w/80°F air entering condenser coil:
Evaporator Dimensions:
21.43″L x 16.60″W x 15.56″H
Condenser Dimensions:
34″L x 12″W x 26″H
Evaporator Weight:
35 lbs
Condenser Weight:
75 lbs
Evaporator Electrical Requirements:
115 Volts/1 phase/60Hz
Condenser Electrical Requirements:
208/230 Volts/1 Phase/60Hz
Two-year limited warranty (parts and labor)


The BTU/h value shown here is a theoretical number. There are often circumstances under which a cellar design may require a larger unit due to variables not accounted for in the formula. For example, these variables could be building materials (such as glass, stone, concrete, etc.) that do not offer the insulation capacity required to maintain the optimal cellar environment. We recommend purchasing a unit with a larger capacity to compensate for these unaccounted-for variables. An undersized unit can lead to premature failure and will most likely prevent the cellar from reaching your desired temperature.