Optional low or high external static pressure capability plus a wide choice of plenums and spigot diameters.
Acoustic insulation and a very low noise fan motor delivers silent operations.
A wide range of smart controllers are available, including thermostats, a network Terminal Controller and water valve / fan speed controls that facilitate minimum energy consumption and maximum comfort.
These units are designed with direct access to the air filter, water coil, drain pan and fan motor assembly, helping technicians perform maintenance.
Fresh air valves and a Co2 sensor provide quality air.
An optional brushless EC motor can reduce fan coil energy consumption by up to 50%, when compared to an AC motor.
|0.6 kW - 12 kW
|Model Number - Indoor Unit
|Cooling Capacity (kW)
|0.6 kW - 12 kW
|Heating Capacity (kW)
|0.8 kW - 17 kW
* C = Cooling H = Heating
Okay, I read a lot of the posts on this site. I have a Carrier and I have no problems. From reading the posts there is one thing that a lot of people overlooked that can be the cause of most of these problems. The duct work, if it is under-sized, broken, leaking can cause all of these problems. It may not be the system at all. Look at the duct work. In my area 90 percent of the duct work is way under-sized.
We’ve had this Carrier in our bedroom for almost 2 years now and it has worked flawlessly. It will cool our 4×4 bedroom quickly and is very quiet both inside and outside, and the remote control is easy to use.
It’s been a very reliable system that I use for heat and air conditioning and has been going strong for a lot of years and I’ve only had one repair on it. I would recommend in putting a system in your home as I’ve had good luck with it.