Ductless Cooling & Heating

Mitsubishi Electric Ductless Cooling and Heating

Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating uses advanced technology to bring you quality products that provide the ultimate in comfort and control while minimizing energy consumption. Mitsubishi Electric systems use two small refrigerant lines plus power and control wiring to connect an outdoor unit to each individual air handler. This allows for easy installation in new construction and causes minimal disruption if you are renovating or retrofitting your home.

The following features highlight the advanced technology, design, and components used in many Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating systems:

  • INVERTER Technology including INVERTER-driven compressors, electronic linear expansion valves, sensor and information processing components
  • SmartCoil™ design and operation uses multiple sensors to maintain coil temperature and regulates refrigerant superheat and subcooling for optimal capacity and performance
  • Hot-Start™ technology in heat pump systems prevents cool air from blowing during HEAT operation by regulating the fan on the indoor unit so that it does not blow any air until the unit coil has reached the correct operating temperature
  • i-See™ Sensor scans the upper and lower areas of a room to detect hot or cold spots and adjust temperature and airflow settings in real-time to maintain consistent comfort throughout the space.

Mitsubishi Zone Control

Individualized comfort control is available from one to eight rooms connected to a single outdoor unit.

One of the main technological benefits our systems offer, is enabling you to control the temperature within any space that has an indoor unit installed. The ability to condition the spaces in use and not keep unoccupied spaces conditioned allows exceptional energy conservation.

 

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OUTDOOR UNIT

The outdoor unit is placed outside the home and connects to the indoor unit with a few cables and a refrigerant line. The entire system requires only a 3- inch hole in the wall for installation. Some of the outdoor units can handle up to eight indoor units, so you can enjoy ultimate and independent comfort control in multiple rooms.

INDOOR UNIT

The sleek indoor unit is mounted on a central location in the home. One unit is enough to cool/heat a typical home. The indoor units can operate as low as 19dB – that’s quieter than a human whisper.

 

REMOTE CONTROL

A versatile remote control allows quick and easy adjustment for each room individually. Our controllers put comfort a push of a button away. Select Mode, Temperature, Fan Speed, Airflow, timer functions and more.

Standard and Enhanced Filtration

Mitsubishi Filter

Mitsubishi systems provide air filtration that utilizes washable filters that can last up to 10 years; this feature is good both for you and the environment. Hybrid filters contained in each indoor unit remove allergens; each room has its own filter, therefore preventing cross contamination of air from room to room.

Mitsubishi Enhanced Filters

Select systems incorporate an additional Platinum Catalyst filter for additional odor elimination.

Where Mitsubishi Electric Products are used:

HOT OR COLD SPOTS
Most homes have at least one room that is either too hot or too cold. A ductless system is the ideal solution to solve this problem. With individual room controls, you don’t have to adjust the thermostat to make just that room comfortable. With a Mitsubishi Electric system, you can get the exact temperature you need while saving money on energy bills.

REMODELS & ROOM ADDITIONS
A ductless system can also be a great solution when a room is added onto a house or an attic is converted to living space. Rather than extending the home’s existing ductwork or pipes, or adding electric resistance heaters, a ductless system can provide efficient heating and cooling at a lower operational cost.

NEW CONSTRUCTION
New home designs can be adapted to take advantage of the many benefits of a ductless heating and cooling system. One or more systems might be installed in various “zones” of the house to simplify installation and minimize refrigerant line length.