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This Light Commercial Line duct air conditioners by Cooper & Hunter features flexible installation, fresh air function, built-in water pump, wired control connection, Wi-Fi and multi-channel air distribution. Available at AppliancesConnection
Choose between horizontal and vertical installation
Fresh Air Function
The fresh air function improves the quality of the indoor air, making it healthy and comfortable.
Built-In Water Pump
Built-in drain pump can lift the water up to 30". Drainage piping is convenient to install in the most hard to reach locations.
Wired Control Connection & WiFi
The seven-day programmable wired remote control (6.5-ft connection wire is included) allows you to set the on/off time three times a day. In addition, the auto restart/reset function will automatically restart the unitn in the case of a power failure. the remote control signal receiver boxshould be fixed outside of the unit. It can also be connected with various WIFI smart air conditioner remotes controls, purchased separately.
Designed based on aerothermondynamics, the blower wheel and volute casing of the new ducted air conditioners has been improved dramatically, ensuring excellent performance, high efficiency at low airflow, and reduce noise by 4-6 dB(A)
Higher Pipe Limits
Slim duct units are a great solution for buildings with soffit ceiliings as well as areas that require short duct runs. they can also be installed in bedrooms, offices, renovations, or new construction projects. Usually air ducts should be kept within certain limits to avoid noise, unacceptable friction loss, and energy consumption. However, thanks to increased pipe limits, the installation of Cooper&Hunter duct systems is even more flexible than before.
Multi-Channel Air Distribution
Air intake is from the back (standard) and the bottom (optional). The size of the plate from the bottom and the flange from the back is the same. The installer can more easily change the air intake from the back to the bottom.
The industry lowest height is designed to be fitted into tight roof spaces.
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