Powrmatic offers twin split air conditioning

Powrmatic, air conditioning

Powrmatic’s Midea Twins system enables two indoor air-conditioning units to be operated from a single outdoor unit. It provides a cost-effective way of achieving effective air distribution in long and L-shaped rooms and rooms with high partitioning. The system is designed to use two indoor units of the same rating (two 5.6 kW unit or two 7 kW units) operating in a master/slave arrangement.

The control strategy is determined through simple switch settings on each unit. Operating parameters such as working mode, set temperature and fan speed are set on the master unit via a remote controller. These parameters are then mirrored on the slave unit.

Depending on the capacity of the system, the second indoor unit can be up to 50 m from the outdoor unit.

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