Wall-mounted indoor unit

The MSZ-EF wall-mounted indoor unit can be used in combination with multizone technology, including the Hyper-Heating Inverter (H2i) systems that can deliver heat in even the coldest climates to create a Diamond Comfort System.

04/13/2017


Mitsubishi Electric MSZ-EFThe MSZ-EF wall-mounted indoor unit can be used in combination with multizone technology, including the Hyper-Heating Inverter (H2i) systems that can deliver heat in even the coldest climates to create a Diamond Comfort System. Diamond Comfort Systems provide the ability to choose the desired temperature for each zone, while consistently using 30% to 40% less energy than traditional cooling and heating systems. The MSZ-EF features whisper-quiet operation with indoor fans functioning at a sound level lower than a human whisper, reduced energy waste with a weekly timer that allows up to four scheduling options, and intelligent temperature control with Econo Cool.

Mitsubishi Electric U.S. Inc., Cooling & Heating Division, www.mehvac.com

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