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All current Mitsubishi Electric ducted air conditioning units are compatible with the optional Mitsubishi Electric Wi-Fi control. Wi-Fi control requires the installation of an additional adaptor called MAC-568IF-E Wi-Fi Controller (available from your Mitsubishi Electric air conditioner installer).
Zoning is the ability to turn off a section of your ducted air conditioning system when not in use. The Mitsubishi Electric Zone Controller expands functionality, delivering conditioned air where you want it in the home/office. With the ability of creating up to 4 or 8 separate zones, why condition air in unoccupied areas?
Yes, the zone control is compatible with the Wi-Fi module.
Single-phase power is the standard method of power distribution for electrical power and lighting in residential applications at 240 Vac.
Three Phase power is generally used for large capacity air conditioning units at 415 Vac
When selecting an air conditioner please consult a specialist to ensure the correct power supply is available.
Ducted and bulkhead units are both ceiling mounted systems, but essentially a bulkhead system is designed to provide air conditioning to a single room whereas a ducted system provides air conditioning to multiple rooms.
Static Pressure is the amount of pressure an AC unit needs to overcome friction inside the ductwork. The longer the duct the more static you need. High Static ducted systems are suitable for larger houses or commercial spaces with greater amounts of ductwork. Medium Static ducted systems are used in smaller/medium sized homes that have a shorter duct requirement.
A heat-pump air conditioner provides both heating and cooling. This allows you to ensure comfortable temperatures in your home all year round.
EER stands for Energy Efficiency Ratio and represents an air conditioner’s cooling efficiency
COP stands for Co-efficient of performance and represents an air conditioner’s heating efficiency
R32 is a low GWP (global warming potential) Refrigerant. R32 enables increased energy efficiency compared to R410A, with just one third of the GWP, the risk of environmental harm is greatly reduced.
For an energy-efficient home during winter, ducted air conditioning can be a great choice. If you have multiple rooms or large open spaces to keep warm during winter, installing a ducted air conditioning system can have many benefits. While a wall-mounted split system or portable heater heats a single room, a ducted air conditioning system has the benefit of being hidden in the roof space with ductwork going to each room, which allows you to heat multiple areas in your home at once.
A ducted system can save on installation space outside by using a single outdoor unit, reducing the area required compared to installing multiple split systems. And inside, a ducted unit is discreet and out of the way, as the ductwork runs through the roof space to each room and does not use valuable wall or floor space, which also makes it a very quiet and unobtrusive form of heating.
Read more about using an air conditioner for heating in our blog post Is ducted aircon a good choice for winter heat?