Mitsubishi Heavy Industries 3.3-4.0kW Reverse Split Air Conditioner 3-4 Star

I/N: 4441585
$899
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Product Description

This Mitsubishi reverse split air conditioning unit is a quiet and powerful residential air conditioner with a 3.3kW cooling and 4.0kW heating system. It is a high performance inverter, reverse cycle, split system air conditioner. There is a Demand Response Enabling Device built in, R410A refrigerant.

Equipped with an easy to use remote controller boasting an assortment of convenient functions and filters, compact stylish design and quiet operation, SRK series will be a valuable addition to any home.

  • Allergen Clear System: Controls the allergens caught by the filter by modifying the the temperature and humidity of the unit.
  • Wide range of operation: Heating and cooling operation is possible at an outdoor temperature as low as -15⁰C.
  • The printed circuit board is coated by silicon. The coating ensures longevity of the board in humid conditions.
  • Superior corrosion resistance: The base of the outdoor unit is hot dipped to provide superior corrosion and scratch resistance.
  • 3D Auto mode is a one touch programme to create airflow that is uniform and reaches a long distance from the unit.

Product Details

Model Name
SRK35ZMA-S
Model Number
SRK35ZMA-S
Material
Indoor Unit - Plastic / Outdoor Unit - Beige Powder Coated Mild Steel
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:798 H:294 L:229
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:320 H:260 L:850
W:350 H:650 L:850
Weight
Indoor Unit 9.5kg, Outdoor Unit 37kg
MEPS Compliant
Yes
Inverter
Yes
kW - Cooling
3.3
kW - Heating
4
Coverage Area (m2)
27
Decibel Rating (dBa) - Indoor Unit - Low Speed
22
Decibel Rating (dBa) - Indoor Unit - High Speed
45
Decibel Rating (dBa) - Outdoor Unit
60
Condenser Type
Air cooled single fan
Filtration System
Allergen clear and Photocatalytic washable deodorizing filter
Anti - Mildew
Yes
Number of settings
4
Automatic shutoff
Yes
Timer
Yes
Sleep Mode
Yes
Voltage (volts)
240
Window Mount
No
Additional Features and Functions
Fuzzy Auto Mode, Hi Power Operation, Auto Operation, Three Hot System, Auto Flap Mode, Air Scroll, Memory Flap, Up/Down Flap Swing, Lateral Swing, 24 hour on off Programmable Timer, Economy Mode, Weekly Timer, Dry Mode, Silent Operation, Sleep Mode, Night

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Additional Info

Warranty Info

5 year parts and labour

Installation Info

No DIY licenced trades only

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