12000 Btu Klimaire 21.5 SEER 230v Inverter Ductless Mini Split Heat And Cool System KSIE012H220

Item#: KSIE012H220I-KSIE012H220O

Brand: Klimaire

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Product Details
PRODUCT DETAILS:


Klimaire Model Number - Indoor

KSIE012-H220-I

Klimaire Model Number - Outdoor

KSIE012-H220-O

Power supply

V-ph-Hz

208-230 / 1 / 60

Cooling

Capacity

Btu/h

12000

Power Input

W

923

Rated Current

A

4,1

EER

Btu/w

13

SEER

Btu/w

21,5

Heating

Capacity

Btu/h

12000

Power Input

W

1085

Rated Current

A

4,72

COP

W/W

3,2

HSPF

Btu/W

9,8

Minimum Circuit ampacity

A

15

Maximum Fuse Size

A

15

Compressor

Type

 

ROTARY

Capacity

Btu/h

11157

Power Input

W

800

Indoor fan motor

Power Input

W

20(Output)

Indoor air flow (Hi/Mi/Lo)

 

cfm

306/212/147

Indoor noise level (Hi/Mi/Lo)

 

db(A)

39/-/25

Indoor Unit

Dimensions (W*D*H)

in

31.57x7.44x11.69

Packing (W*D*H)

in

34.45x11.22x14.76

Net/Gross weight

lb

18.1/22.0

Outdoor fan motor

Power Input

W

40(Output)

Outdoor air flow

 

cfm

1120

Outdoor noise level

 

dB(A)

57,5

Outdoor unit

Dimensions (W*D*H)

in

31.50x13.11x21.81

Packing (W*D*H)

in

36.22x15.35x24.21

Net/Gross weight

lb

81.6/88.2

Refrigerant Type

 

g

R410A1151g

Refrigerant Type / charge

 

oz

R410A/40.6

Refriferant precharge for up to

 

ft

25

Additional charge per each ft

 

oz

0,161

Design pressure

 

psig

550/340 PSIG

 

Liquid side/ Gas side

in

1/4" / 1/2"

Refrigerant piping

Max. refrigerant pipe length

ft

82

 

Max. difference in level

ft

33

Connection wiring

 

AWG

16*4 Stranded, unshielded

Thermostat type

 

 

Remote Control

Opertion Temperature

Indoor (cooling/heating)

ºF

62~90/32~86

Outdoor(cooling/heating)-optional

ºF

5~122/5~86

Application area (cooling standard)

 

sq.ft

450-550

Klimaire DC Inverter Air Conditioners are the ultimate cooling and heating technology of the HVAC field. They are called “DC inverter” because the alternative current (AC) is converted to Direct Current (DC) then, direct
current inverted back to Alternative current with desired frequency. As known, the current supplied through the wall outlet has fixed frequency which is 60 Hertz. Different frequencies supplied to the compressor will result
different running speeds of the compressor.
Klimaire Inverter control systems use Pulse Amplitude Modulation (PAM) that is the most advanced and energyefficient method of inverting the current.
DC Inverter air conditioners bear special compressors that their speed could be changed by increasing or decreasing the frequency of the supplied power.
Therefore, unlike conventional split Air Contioners/Heat Pumps which cycle between on and off repeatedly, the DC Inverter control system will monitor the room temperature and adjust the compressor speed automatically.
Conventional compressors turn on and off to maintain the room temperature at desired level. This will result compressor to draw tremendous energy each time it starts up. This will also reduce the life-span of the compressor and other components that are turning on and off.
Once a conventional system is running, it runs at its maximum speed, consuming the maximum amount of energy in order to produce the maximum of cooling or heating to maintain the desired temperature. The system will then cycle between on and off in an effort to maintain this temperature.
When a DC Inverter compressor initially starts up, it runs with a higher speed to bring the room temperature to desired level rapidly, Once the set temperature is reached, it slows down and adjust its capacity just to counter
the heat loss or heat gain of the building. By this way it will maintain a constant temperature.