Dual Zone (2 Circuits) DC Inverter++ Multi Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump, 230V, 21.5 SEER, OUTDOOR SECTION

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THIS IS AN OUTDOOR SECTION ONLY, YOU NEED TO ALSO PURCHASE A COMPATIBLE INDOOR SECTION IN ORDER TO HAVE A COMPLETE WORKING SYSTEM.

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Description

R410A Pre-Charged Outdoor Unit, accommodating refrigerant line lengths up to 25 ft. per circuit

Performance

  • Power Supply: 208~230V, 60Hz, 1Ph
  • Communication Protocol: Current Loop
  • Min-Max Load Attached: 12,000~24,000 BTU/h
  • Cooling Rated Capacity: 18,000 BTU/h
  • Cooling Capacity Range: 4,950~23,000 BTU/h
  • Cooling SEER (Ductless): 21.5 BTU/w
  • Heating Rated Capacity: 19,000 BTU/h
  • Heating Capacity Range: 4,900~23,000 BTU/h
  • Heating HSPF (Ductless): 10.6 BTU/w
  • Refrigerant Type: R410a
  • Suitable Area: 600~800 Sq.F
  • Sound Level: 59.5 dB(A)
  • Circuit Breaker Utilized: 20A (double-pole)
  • Net Dimensions (WDH): 35 x 13.5 x 26.5 Inches
  • Carton Dimensions (WDH): 40.5 x 17.25 x 29.5 Inches
  • Net / Gross Weight: 100 / 109 Lbs

Manuals & Documents

Dual Zone Combinations (in thousands BTU)

Rating Two Units      
Wall: 9 + 9 9 + 9      
Ducted: 9 + 9 9 + 12      
  12 + 12      

9,000 BTU Compatible Units

12,000 BTU Compatible Units

    Min. / Max. Loading

    12,000 / 24,000 BTU/h.

    Notes

    Every indoor unit attached will operate at a random, self regulated capacity, based on the actual demand it measures from the zone it is serving (Between 30% to 100% of its rated capacity or OFF). Outdoor unit will also self regulate its output capacity, based on the total demand it reads from all of the simultaneously running indoor units at any given moment.

    With multi split systems, the total demand from the outdoor unit, shall seldomly exceed 67% of the total available capacity of the combined indoor unit group due to load fluctuations. Although very seldom, if and when the total demand from the combined indoor group exceeds the rated capacity of the outdoor unit, the capacity of the each indoor unit will be annotated accordingly.

    For high demand heating applications, max loading limits may need to be reduced by 10-15 % to avoid under-performance risks at some extreme conditions.

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