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- 17.00 SEER
- Inverter technology
- Inverter control
- 130% connectable capacity
- Apple Catechin Filter
- Ion Deodorizing Filter
- Sleep timer
- Dry mode
- Auto louver: up/down
- Auto mode
- Quiet mode
- Auto restart
- Auto changeover
Fujitsu’s ASU9RLF Halcyon Hybrid Flex Inverter Mini Split works at energy efficiency levels of 17.00 SEER.Inverter technology used with this system allows for quieter and more economical operation, and helps to reach desired temperature faster than many conventional units. The inverter control feature lets the outdoor unit vary speed and output so that it matches the capacity of the indoor unit.
While rated at 42,000 Btu, the outdoor unit mayconnect up to 130% of its capacity (62,000 Btu). Each indoor unit may operate at the same time, but this will decrease the capacity of each so that they do not exceed the condenser’s capacity. As the zone reaches a desired temperature, the other evaporators will increase their output up to the evaporator’s rated capacity.
Fujitsu ASU9RLF Halcyon Hybrid Flex Inverter Mini Split
An Apple Catechin Filter uses static electricity to absorb dust, mold spores and microorganisms and growth is inhibited and deactivated. The Ion Deodorizing Filter decomposes absorbed odors through the oxidizing and reducing effects of ions that are generated by fine ceramic particles. A sleep timer automatically adjusts the temperature in the room to provide a comfortable environment.
Dry mode helps reduce humidity when the cooling requirements are low, while auto louver: up/down automatically redirects airflow with seven position up and down motion that may be set to auto swing. Auto mode begins operation at higher fan speeds and reduces speed as the desired temperature is reached.
Quiet mode utilizes an extra quiet fan speed so that the consumer is not disturbed. Auto restart automatically restarts the system to programmed settings following a power failure. The auto changeover feature means the unit will switch modes from heating to cooling and vice versa to stay within a four degree operating range of the set temperature.