If there is a temporary loss of power the unit can automatically restart itself in the same operating mode, once power is restored.
The heat exchanger has improved corrosion-resistance by blue fin treatment of the outdoor unit heat exchange.
The unit automatically switches between heating and cooling modes based on temperature settings and room temperature
The DC motor assists to decrease electricity loss and reduce power consumption.
Each room can be individually controlled to temperature preference, helping saving running costs by turning heating or cooling in rooms on and off as required.
One unit can be connected to a wide variety of indoor units and is useful in both residential and commercial operations.
|Model Number - Outdoor Unit
|Cooling Capacity (kW)
|Heating Capacity (kW)
|Outdoor Sound Level (H/SL)
|Indoor unit Dimensions (HxWxD) (mm)
|700 × 900 × 330
|Outdoor unit Dimensions (HxWxD) (mm)
|540 × 790 × 290
* C = Cooling H = Heating
Heats and cools brilliantly. Super quiet, even on high though I recommend leaving it around 22 degrees on low as this is the most cost efficient way to heat or cool. (Just change the mode). Easy to use controls. Looks good on the wall too. Haven’t needed to have it serviced yet!
We have installed four of these Designer series split systems in the bedrooms of one of our properties. They look stunning – sit close to the wall, and the white on the front panel is a pure white (not an off-white like some cheaper brands). They heat and cool effectively and seem to be quite energy efficient.
The indoor units can be noisy when the fan is on high, which might be a concern in bedrooms for light sleepers.
Pretty basic aircon. I got 2.5 and 3.5kw systems. Surprised how quiet it is. Buying from Harvey Norman was a terrible experience, so buy elsewhere and make sure they have stock. The Wi-Fi model was hard to setup and lacks integration with automation systems. Overall though for the price it’s a pretty good choice