EUROPE: Panasonic’s latest generation of ceiling-mounted PACi and ECOi 90×90 indoor cassette units sport a new flat panel design and increased efficiency.
Panasonic’s 90×90 indoor cassette unit is said to boost SCOP and SEER values by 15% over the previous generation. When operating at 10kW, the unit has an A++ SEER value of 7.60, and an A++ SCOP rating of 4.80. It also provides quiet operation down to as low as 27dB(A)
It employs Panasonic’s ECONAVI sensor technology, with two sensors, one focussing on movement, and the other targeting floor temperatures. When the movement sensor detects that no one is present, it reduces the air conditioning output to save energy. Then, when the sensor identifies that people have entered the environment, it increases output of the cassette unit to provide the most comfortable temperature for those present.
The floor temperature sensor detects whether people are present by motion up to 5m in height. The sensor enables the unit to detect average floor temperatures and operate in circulation mode if the temperature is too low. A new humidity sensor monitors and controls the amount of moisture in the environment, preventing the air from becoming too humid or too dry.
The Nanoe purification system within the cassette unit removes bacteria and other airborne particles from the air before it enters a room. The Nanoe filtration system removes pollen, pollution and fungi from the air intake to create a healthier, more comfortable environment for users.
The unit can also be operated with a variety of Panasonic controllers, including the CZ-RTC5A wired remote. This controller includes upgraded functions, including Nanoe control and ECONAVI control (direct, indirect air flow control via sensors).
With its advanced energy saving capabilities, sophisticated air-filtration technology and flexibility of control, alongside its subtle profile and low noise levels, the Panasonic 90×90 cassette unit is the ideal choice for the hotel, commercial and retail market.