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12000 BTU INVERTER Ductless Air Conditioner, Heat Pump Mini Split AC 15 SEER

12000 BTU INVERTER Ductless Air Conditioner, Heat Pump Mini Split AC 15 SEER

12000 BTU INVERTER Ductless Air Conditioner, Heat Pump Mini Split AC 15 SEER

12000 BTU INVERTER Ductless Air Conditioner, Heat Pump Mini Split AC 15 SEER

12000 BTU INVERTER Ductless Air Conditioner, Heat Pump Mini Split AC 15 SEER

12,000 btu ductless mini split ac. 15+ seer inverter w/ 12000 btu heat pump. With a 12000 btu inverter cooling capacity along with a 12000 btu heat pump, this 1 ton ductless split can cool or heat an area up to 600 ft².

Advanced inverter dc technology with a seer of over 15, this system features both energy efficient operation and low ambient operation start-ups. Additional features include auto-diagnostic functions and sleep mode. Comes pre-charged with eco-friendly r410a and includes complete 16 ft installation kit. 12,000 btu inverter heat pump. 15+ seer – 10 hspf. Indoor unit – air handler.

Digital multi-function lcd remote control. Installation kit with 16′ of lineset. 15 seer – 10 hspf – inverter dc technology.

Pre-charged w/ eco-friendly r410a refrigerant. Easy maintenence: panel removed for easy access. Quick hook design: air handler faster, easier setup.

Integral output design: silent operation > 29db. Freon leak detection > notification system. Low ambient temperature operation (5° f).

Two-direction air vane evenly distributes air. Restart ic: settings restored following outage. 16 feet refrigeration copper tubing. Cable tie – pipe wrap. Dc inverter air conditioners are the ultimate cooling technology of the hvac field. They are called “dc inverter” because the alternative current (ac) is converted to direct current (dc) then, direct current inverted back to alternative current with desired frequency. The current supplied through the wall outlet has fixed frequency which is 60 hertz.

Different frequencies supplied to the compressor will result in different running speeds of the compressor. Inverter control systems use pulse amplitude modulation (pam) that is the most advanced and energy efficient method of inverting the current. Dc inverter ac’s bear special compressors that their speed could be changed by increasing or decreasing the frequency of the supplied power. Therefore, unlike conventional split air conditioners pumps which cycle between on and off repeatedly, the dc inverter control system will monitor the room temperature and adjust the compressor speed automatically.

Conventional compressors turn on and off to maintain the room temperature at desired level. This will result compressor to draw tremendous energy each time it starts up.
This will also reduce the life-span of the compressor and other components that are turning on and off. Once a conventional system is running, it runs at its maximum speed, consuming the maximum amount of energy in order to produce the maximum of cooling to maintain the desired temperature. The system will then cycle between on and off in an effort to maintain this temperature.

When a dc inverter compressor initially starts up, it runs with a higher speed to bring the room temperature to desired level rapidly, once the set temperature is reached, it slows down and adjust its capacity just to counter the heat loss or heat gain of the building. The indoor unit is hung like a picture frame approximately 6 – 8 feet above the floor usually on an exterior wall. A 2-3 inch hole must be made behind the indoor unit in the exterior wall to run the refrigerant copper tubing, electrical wires and the condensate drain to the outside unit. The indoor unit and outdoor unit are connected to each other by means of refrigerant copper tubing and electrical cables. The condensing unit comes pre-charged with r410a freon however, procedures such as conducting leak tests etc.

Are still important steps in ensuring proper functioning of a split ac. Although installation may seem easy to some, certain tools and experience is necessary to complete setup of a mini split. 5 year compressor – 1 year on all other parts.

Registration card will be sent with unit, this card should be completed by an hvac technician (installer). Installation of a mini split must be completed by a licensed hvac (heating, ventilating, & air conditioning) company to ensure any issues encountered in the future are not due to improper installation / workmanship. Even though mini split setup is below the expertise requirements of central ac systems, these are not “plug-n-play” units that can be properly installed without certain tools any prior hvac – electrical knowledge. The installation includes electrical, gas, and refrigerant connections and generally regulated by a multiple sets of laws, codes and guidelines, at the federal, state and local levels.

The failure to properly install hvac equipment can raise personal safety and performance concerns. If you receive a damaged or defective product, a replacement unit will be sent out free of cost.

Somebody must be on site to accept sign for parcel(s). 25′ extension kit (1/4 x 3/8). Extend included 16 ft copper lineset to 25 ft. Mount your condenser at any height on an outdoor sidewall. Required when mounting air handler on interior wall.

View the mini split faq >. View the mini split outline diagram >.

The item “12000 BTU INVERTER Ductless Air Conditioner, Heat Pump Mini Split AC 15 SEER” is in sale since Tuesday, May 06, 2014. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Home Improvement\Heating, Cooling & Air\Air Conditioners”. The seller is “hvac-usa” and is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

This item can only be shipped to United States.

  • Brand: Klimaire
  • Model: KSIN012-H115
  • MPN: 12,000 BTU KSIN012-H115
  • Type: Split System
  • Cooling BTU/Hr: 12000
  • SEER: 15
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