Models of Mitsubishi Hyper Heat Ductless Minisplit Wall Units
Hi, has anyone noticed a difference in the “deluxe” hyper-heat Mitsubishi wall units vs the regular (presumably non-deluxe) Mitsubishi hyper-heat wall units? The specs for the “deluxe” units have much higher btuh maximums than their nominal outputs.
For example, according to the submittal from Mitsubishi, the 6,000 btuh deluxe hyper-heat unit (MSZ-FS06NA / MUZ-FS06NAH) has a max capacity of 10,500 btuh at 5F:
Is this accurate? Do these units actually put out these btuh in real-world conditions, or are these ideal, lab-tested conditions?
Other submittals for the exact same model number (MSZ-FS06NA & MUZ-FS06NA ), describing the exact same 6,000 btuh hyper heat wall unit, except minus the word “deluxe” anywhere in the submittal, put the max capacity at 5F at only 8,700 btuh:
So which one is accurate? Are there really two different 6,000 btuh hyper heat Mitsubishi wall units?
If the higher specs are accurate, then a house with a well-insulated and air-sealed envelope and a 5F design temp heating load of 30,000 btuh could heat the whole house with just three “6,000” btuh deluxe hyper-heat units?
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