Daikin brings more style to wall-mounted split units

New R410A air-conditioning units from Daikin have a movement sensor to conserve power in unoccupied rooms
Daikin Europe has introduced energy-efficient and updated inverter-driven R410A split air-conditioning combinations. FTK/XS-F and RK/XS-F units are available in heat-pump and cooling-only versions in 50, 60 and 71 classes. These wall-mounted units have an attractive front panel that is easy to clean and offers five fan speeds in both vertical and horizontal patterns or in a 3D pattern combining both. They can be connected in pair or multi combinations and have a movement sensor for automatic power conservation in unoccupied areas. A boost mode achieves rapid cooling, and a comfort mode offers draught-free operation. A titanium apatite air-purification filter adsorbs particulate matter, decomposes odours and deactivates bacterial and viruses.
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