Toshiba extends digital inverter range of air conditioning

Published:  03 February, 2015

Toshiba, air conditioning, digital inverter

Toshiba Air Conditioning has extended its high-efficiency high-performance Digital Inverter 4 range with the introduction of two new outdoor units and seven new indoor models. The outdoor units are rated at 1 and 1.5 hp and complete the company’s light-commercial line-up, which now spans 1 to 10 hp.

Efficiency is assisted by the use of Toshiba’s power-save function, which enables the user to set the degree of performance covered — between 10 and 100% in 1% increments.

The new models enable small-capacity systems to be fully integrated with VRF systems and BMS controls via an RBC-PCNT30TLE interface. The new units are compatible with the full and extensive range of light-commercial and commercial control systems.

Outdoor units can be connected to four types of indoor unit (4-way cassette, slim duct unit, high-wall and ceiling suspended).The most efficient combinations can achieve an SEER as high as 6.1 and are rated A++ for energy performance.

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