Fujitsu AWTZ14LBC air conditioner

Fujitsu AWTZ14LBC
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The Fujitsu AWTZ14LBC air conditioner is an inverter nocria ceiling wall unit with a cooling capacity of 4.2kW and a heating capacity of 6kW. It includes automatic and manually adjustable louvres, program and sleep timers, auto-restart and a washable panel.

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    $ 2,239.00 (AUD)

All Features

Air conditioner type Split system
Inverter Yes
Sleep mode Yes
Star rating 4.12
Star rating (cooling) 6
Star rating (heating) 6
Other model names AOTZ14LBC
Cooling capacity 4200W
Heating capacity 6000W
Number of fan speeds 5
Refrigerant R410A
Dehumidifier Yes
Noise rating 46dB
Remote control Remote control included
Weight 13.5kg
Height 250mm
Width 899mm
Depth 298mm

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