R410A inverter air conditioning

Published:  12 March, 2006

Acson has launched a range of wall-mounted inverter air-conditioning systems using R410A. These DC inverter systems are said to offer energy savings of up to 30% compared to similar products with fixed-speed compressors.

The inverter system achieves a COP of 3.23 and an Energy Efficiency Rating of A. Outdoor units have 2-speed fans, enabling them to match the required load. Cooling capacities range from 1.08 to 6.74 kW. with heating from 1.17 to 7.03 kW.

3-stage air-purifying filters remove larger particles, with dual-action filters to remove microscopic particles.

These systems have self diagnostics and an LCD hand-held remote controller.



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