New SplitCool DC18 Unit is Designed for Off-Grid Solar for Commercial and Residential Locations
Photos/Multimedia Gallery Available: http://www.businesswire.com/cgi-bin/mmg.cgi?eid=6149024&lang=enThe SplitCool DC18 uses a brushless, permanent magnet DC motor with a digital frequency driver that allows it to size itself dynamically based on load with a variable speed and variable refrigerant flow compressor, unlike a normal AC unit that has two speeds, stop and go. On a given day it can be an 18,000 BTU unit or a 4,000, 8,000, or 12,000 BTU unit based on need. By eliminating the on-off cycle of traditional air conditioners, the SplitCool DC18 is more efficient and it can provide more hours of cooling while using less power.No other HVAC solution can deliver the level of individual control and precision that you get with a Mitsubishi Electric solution. By moving refrigerant, rather than conditioned air, to the zone to be cooled and heated, temperature is more precisely controlled. Combined with intelligent air handling units that measure room air temperature, you can maintain the set point within 1 degree Fahrenheit.www.MitsubishiPro.comMitsubishi Electric--Advancing HVACSelect air handling units also feature an i-see[TM] sensor accessory, which senses and compares air and floor temperatures, and then adjusts vane direction as needed to optimize the comfort within the space.The SplitCool DC18 runs off a battery bank that is supplied power from an array of photovoltaic panels and installs without ducts, eliminating the majority of installation and materials costs. The unit can be added quickly to an existing structure and eliminates nearly 30 percent of cooling or heating losses which occur in the ductwork of forced air systems. It allows each room to be conditioned as a separate zone. The SplitCool DC18 can be used in permanent and temporary remote buildings or structures, such as construction office trailers, portable classrooms or medical facilities.Certain VRF systems feature simultaneous cooling and heating that removes excess heat energy from one zone and applies it to a different zone. The system's Branch Circuit (BC) controller performs all the work, bypassing the compressor unit and saving electricity. With simultaneous cooling and heating, you never have to worry about when to switch large systems over from cooling or heating. And, tenants can more precisely control their environments, managing for fluctuating load levels due to ambient conditions or use of their individual space.
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