Mitsubishi Electric Horizontal Ducted Indoor Units (PEAD) Now Available in Two Smaller Capacity Sizes
SUWANEE, Georgia, February 6, 2018 – Mitsubishi Electric US, Inc.’s Cooling & Heating Division (Mitsubishi Electric), a leading manufacturer of Zoned Comfort Solutions™ and Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) cooling and heating systems, extends its M-Series line to include two new capacity sizes of the PEAD Horizontal Ducted Indoor Unit.
The additions provide lower capacity and higher-static-ducted options that meet the demands of today’s high-efficiency homes. These highly efficient, low capacity units target the Passive House and net zero energy applications that continue to grow in today’s energy-conscious society.
“These smaller units were designed with energy-efficient homeowners in mind,” said Brinnon Williams, director of residential product development. “We place high value on energy conservation and are always looking for ways to reduce our carbon footprint, so creating these ultra-low capacity units are a perfect line extension for Mitsubishi Electric. We are excited to showcase them for the first time at the AHR Expo to such a large marketplace of HVAC professionals.”
The two new horizontal ducted units, PEAD-A09AA7 and PEAD-A15AA7, are compatible with SUZ and MXZ-series outdoor units and are small enough to be concealed within an attic or closet space. Other product features include:
- Wide ranging external static pressure (0.14-0.60)
- A built-in condensate lift mechanism (27-9/16 in.)
- Two-stage CN24 auxiliary heat control
- A built-in CN105 controls connection, and compatibility with other control options including the kumo cloud® app
- Available with an MXZ direct port type
For more information on Mitsubishi Electric, visit mitsubishicomfort.com.