Zoning outdoor unit

Mitsubishi Electric US Cooling and Heating Division's S-Series PUMY-P60 model is a variable refrigerant flow (VRF) zoning cooling and heating system for light commercial spaces.

03/19/2014


Mitsubishi Electric US Cooling & Heating Division's S-Series PUMY-P60 model is a variable refrigerant flow (VRF) zoning cooling and heating system for homes and light commercial spaces. Courtesy: Mitsubishi Electric Cooling and HeatingMitsubishi Electric US Cooling & Heating Division's S-Series is a variable refrigerant flow (VRF) zoning cooling and heating system for light commercial spaces. The updated S-Series PUMY-P60 model is the only 5-ton, single-phase VRF zoning system designed for this market. It can operate at as low as 22% of total system capacity for maximum energy efficiency. Other enhancements include longer line lengths, high efficiencies, and expanded indoor zone capacities. Features of the S-Series model include being operational down to -4 F and the ability to connect up to 12 indoor units. It is also compatible with all Mitsubishi Electric indoor unit styles. The S-Series outdoor units take advantage of Mitsubishi Electric's INVERTER-driven compressor technology and use intelligent microprocessor controls for superior operation.

Mitsubishi Electric US Cooling and Heating Division

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