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Anyone have any idea when hyper heat mini-splits that can run multiple indoor units (I need three) on a singly condenser will come to market? Thanks, Dan

I am about to install solar panels at my home. I want to do mini-splits in my house, but because if have a Cape with many small-ish rooms, I would need multiple indoor units. I live in Central VT, so the hyper heat units would be the way to go (it is cold here). However, apparently I can only do one indoor unit per outdoor heat pump on the current hyper technology. I've been told that Mitsubishi has the technology and will release it to the market any day. Anyone have any idea when hyper heat mini-splits that can run multiple indoor units (I need three) on a singly condenser will come to market?
Thanks,
Dan

Asked by DANIEL GOTTSEGEN
Posted Aug 12, 2014 9:21 AM ET

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Look into the P-series and City Multis: http://www.mitsubishipro.com/media/226460/h2i_brochure.pdf

They go from 2.5 tons on up.

edit: nevermind. Looks like the P-series can only be "twinned" with two indoor units acting as a single zone. The City Multi supports many indoor units, but is too big for most homes.

Answered by Nick Welch
Posted Aug 12, 2014 12:30 PM ET
Edited Aug 12, 2014 12:33 PM ET.

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