New multi-split heat pump provides flexibility and efficiency for home heating and cooling
For HVAC installations in tight spaces, a new multi-split heat pump allows a single outdoor unit to be connected to up to five indoor units.
The Panasonic Heating & Air Conditioning Group of Panasonic Eco Solutions North America launched the SYSTEM 5 – Multi-Split Heat Pump.
The new unit addresses the problem of limited installation space, the SYSTEM 5 helps avoid the unnecessary clutter to the exterior of the home.
The low-ambient operation of the SYSTEM 5 makes it a non-invasive, energy-saving solution to any room. With features such as wireless control, which provides users with the ability to adjust and set temperature, fan speeds and timers, in addition to a quiet mode, enabling extra quiet operation, the SYSTEM 5 is a flexible heating and cooling system for residential or light commercial application.
Panasonic’s technology allows for high energy-saving performance with a SEER rating of 18.5 and an HSPF rating of 10.0, resulting in highly efficient operation.
Flexible indoor unit combinations mean systems with indoor units ranging from 7,000 BTU to 24,000 BTU are available and ready to provide optimal efficient cooling and heating for rooms of varying shapes and sizes.
Featuring Panasonic’s Inverter Technology, the SYSTEM 5 has the ability to change the power supply frequency, providing flexible operation while using less electricity. The inverter constantly adjusts the compressor rotation speed to provide optimum performance at all times. Once the set temperature is reached, the inverter continues to operate with minimum power to avoid unnecessary electricity consumption. This extremely precise operation enables quick cooling or heating while also reducing power consumption.
For installation flexibility, exceptionally long piping length is possible with the SYSTEM 5. The maximum total length is 262 feet and the maximum length for one indoor unit is 82 feet, with a maximum height difference of 49 feet. This provides the installation flexibility to match virtually any building design.
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Topics: Heating & Cooling