These days, high-efficiency homes and buildings are in demand, with owners and facility managers looking to meet green and sustainability certifications by improving their building’s envelope. With the release of two new, smaller capacity sizes of the Horizontal Ducted Indoor Unit (PEAD), Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating is helping contractors meet these standards.
Extending Mitsubishi Electric’s M-Series, the new PEAD units provide lower capacity and higher-static ducted options that meet the demands of today’s high-efficiency homes – such as Passive House and net-zero applications.
The two new PEAD 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 notable features:
- 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 CN 105 controls connection and compatibility with other control options including kumo cloud®
- Available with an MXZ direct port type
For more information on the PEAD horizontal ducted indoor unit, visit www.mitsubishicomfort.com.