What is the difference between Inverter+ and Inverter++?
While both models are highly efficient, less electrical power is consumed by Inverter++ in achieving the same capacity and output as the Inverter+ models, saving money as well.
Can a single zone mini-split be used with multiple indoor units?
No. If multiple zones (indoor units) are needed, you must purchase a multi-zone system. The selection, dual, triple, quad, etc., is up to the buyer, and is dependent on the number of distinct zones, as well as the layout of the dwelling.
What type of oil is used with the unit?
Polyolester (POE) or Polyvinylether (PVE) oil.
How is power received into the units?
Only the outdoor unit is connected to the main power supply. There is a 4 lead interconnecting cable which then links the outdoor and indoor units together, giving the indoor unit power as well. The unit must be hard-wired, not plugged, into its own dedicated breaker.
What is the life expectancy of the air conditioner system?
If properly installed and maintained according to the included manuals, the system should last as long as any standard HVAC equipment, for at least 10 years or more.
When the power goes out, do the units need to be restarted manually?
No, the system has an auto-restart feature enabled (which can be disabled if needed by the owner).
What does “multi-zone” mean?
Zones are usually interpreted as the entirety of an open area. If you require temperature control of two areas that are closed off from one another, you would need a dual-zone system. Single-zone systems can be with large enough capacities to take care of areas of up to 1,600 square feet, as long as no portions of the area are closed off from the rest.