Take full control of your monthly bills and comfort with roomby-room control – a more efficient way to cool and heat your
home or business.
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Technology that puts comfort in your hands
The essential components of a zoned air conditioning and heating system are the outdoor unit, the indoor unit and the smart comfort controls. The system operates by transferring heat to and from an outdoor unit to one or more indoor units. The units are connected by pipes containing refrigerant, a substance that absorbs heat. In cooling mode, the refrigerant absorbs heat inside the home and produces colder air by transferring refrigerant from the indoor units to the outdoor unit, where the heat is expelled. In heating mode, the process is reversed and the refrigerant absorbs heat outside of the home and provides warmth by transferring the refrigerant from the outdoor unit to the indoor units. This method of heat transfer — which works even in freezing weather — is powered by electricity and is much greener than conventional systems that burn fossil fuels during heating. The outdoor unit is equipped with an INVERTER that enables it to quickly change the amount of power it uses and the amount of refrigerant it transfers to and from the indoor units. With the INVERTER, the outdoor unit only uses the precise amount of power needed to reach each zone’s preferred temperature.
Live in a cold climate?
Even in outside temperatures as cold as -13º F, our Hyper-Heating INVERTER® (H2i®) technology will keep your home and business comfortable. Well-suited for climates in the northern half of the United States, H2i systems continue to provide heating when temperatures drop well below zero.
H2i plus™ takes hyper-heating technology to a new level providing 100% heating capacity down to -5°F outdoor ambient (without wind chill) temperature.
This diagram shows heat transfer between the outdoor unit and indoor unit during heating operation.