Ductless split system operates with optimal effciency

A ductless split system offering up to 33 SEER operates with optimal efficiency at ambient temperatures of -15 F.

03/09/2015


A ductless split system offering up to 33 SEER is the world's most efficient mini-split to operate with optimal efficiency at ambient temperatures of -15°F.Fujitsu's ductless split system offers up to 33 SEER with a mini-split to operate with optimal efficiency at ambient temperatures of -15 F. The 9,000 (9RLS3H), 12,000 (12RLS3H), and 15,000 Btu (15RLS3H) inverter systems are available with these capabilities right off the shelf with no modifications needed for low ambient operation. All RLS3H inverter wall-mount systems are available as split system heat pumps and offer quiet operation and nearly full heating capacity down to -15 F ambient and cooling operation down to 14 F. Standard features include wireless remote control, ion deodorizing filters, sleep timer, 24-hour timer, dry mode, four-way auto louver, and auto mode. The halcyon lineup includes 36 single-zone systems with capacity ranges of 9,000 to 42,000 Btus.

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