High efficiency and reliability continue to drive the Fujitsu design team.
Since 1982, Fujitsu has offered mini-split systems. Refusing mediocrity, Fujitsu continues to excel with highly engineered products that are superior to its competitors. This is evident with its newest line up – the RLS2 and the RLS2H. These two systems offer heating ranges rated to outside temperatures of -5 deg. F and -15 deg. F respectively, and SEER ratings of up to 27.2. To put that in perspective, the coldest winter design temperature in Wisconsin, according to the ASHRAE 2009 Fundamentals Handbook, is Wausau, WI, which calls for -13.6 deg. F design temperature. According to ASHRAE, it is only colder than -13.6 deg. F for less than 0.4% of the year. The RLS2H has that covered, offering more than 100% of nameplate capacity at -15 deg. F.
Additionally, Fujitsu has developed ESP technology which senses movement in the space and automatically adjusts the set-point to reduce capacity in cooling and heating modes when not needed. The result: direct savings to the user.
Compared to the previous model, the new units are 33% smaller and 22% more efficient, and more than 100% more efficient than basic requirements mandated by the Department of Energy. And with a highly designed heat-pump system for heating down to -15 deg. F, coupled with its ESP technology this makes the RLS2H a winner in our growing cold climate market.
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