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Multi-Split Heat Pump Indoor Unit

Multi-Split Heat Pump Indoor Unit
  • Multi-Split Heat Pump Indoor
  • Inverter Technology
  • Micro-Processor Control
  • Part of NEW SYSTEM 5 unit

Advantages of New-Multi Split Inverter System

Connectable from 2 to 5 indoor units. System 5 (CS-ME7QKUA/CS-E9NKUAW/CS-E12NKUAW/CS-E18NKUA/CS-E24NKUA/CU-5E36QBU) allows single outdoor unit to be connected to 2-5 indoor units. It solves the problem of limited installation space does not clutter the exterior of your home.

Industry's Top Class Energy Efficiency

Panasonic's innovative technology enables high energy-saving performance with a SEER rating of 18.5 and an HSPF rating of 10.0. The result is more efficient operation than ever before.

Flexible Indoor Unit Combinations

Systems with indoor units ranging from 6900 BTU to 24,00 BTU are available, ready to provide optimal efficient cooling and heating for rooms of various sizes

Long Piping Length for Installation Flexibility

Exceptionally long piping length is possible. Maximum total length is 262 ft. and maximum length for one indoor unit is 82 ft. with a maximum height difference of 49 ft. This provides the installation flexibility to match virtually any building design.

Powerful Heating at Low Ambient

Heating is still possible even if the temperature drops as low as 0 °F for reliable heating in the middle of the harshest winter.

Inverter Technology

Panasonic's inverter provides optimum power control and extremely efficient operation by changing the power supply frequency. The result is speedy, flexible operation using less electricity.
The inverter constantly adjusts compressor rotation speed to provide optimum performance at all times. After reaching the set temperature, an inverter air conditioner continues operating with minimum power to avoid unnecessary electricity consumption. Conventional non-inverter air conditioners can only operate at a constant speed, switching the compressor ON and OFF to maintain the set temperature, which wastes electricity.