Some air conditioners display the set temperature which in most cases will be 60F, while some air conditioners display the temperature that the A/C's temperature sensor is reading. The temperature reading will vary depending on where in the cycle the system is at any given moment.
When the CoolBot heater is on, it is calling for the A/C compressor to come on; therefor the A/C may display a high temperature of 90F+. This number will drop rapidly when the CoolBot cycles off.
Regardless of what the A/C digital display says, the CoolBot will display the actual room temperature. It is a highly engineered and very sensitive temperature sensor, and will jump if you open the cooler door. If you need some additional verification, try using a secondary thermometer for verification. A lot of customers like an indoor-outdoor thermometer so they can check the temperature without opening the door of the cooler.