Panasonic CS/CU-E12JKR air conditioner
The Panasonic CS/CU-E12JKR air conditioner provides optimum power control by changing the frequency of power supply; the inverter circuit alters the rotation speed of the compressor. On the start of the heating cycle and after the defrost cycle, the indoor fan will start up once the indoor heat exchanger is warm. The inverter air conditioner unit runs at 3.5kW and it also has an air purifier, as well as a super quiet function for indoor operation at 21dB. The front panel can be removed quickly and easily for cleaning purposes.
Price$ 1,439.00 (AUD)
|Air conditioner type||Split system|
|Star rating (cooling)||6|
|Star rating (heating)||5.5|
|Number of fan speeds||4|
|Remote control||Remote control included|
|Warranty length (months)||60|
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