The Ecodan heat pumps consist of an outdoor unit for installation outside of the building that is to be heated and an indoor unit for installation inside the building.
OUTDOOR MODULE WITH
Like all cutting-edge outdoor units of air-to-water heat pumps, the Ecodan outdoor unit also features inverter technology in order to enable performance adjustments that are as precise as possible. This ensures that the power consumption of the compressor is almost continuously adjustable and that the heating output of the entire system is monitored.
FROM THE TECHNOLOGY LEADER
With over 25 years of experience in research, development and use, Mitsubishi Electric is a global technology leader in the field of inverter technology. This is unmistakeably reflected in the Ecodan air-to-water heat pumps: in featuring the latest generation of compressors, Ecodan heat pumps offer a technological advantage that is unmatched on the market.
Inverter operating principle
Inverter technology ensures that the desired temperature is reached in a quick and precise manner. This ensures that complex readjustments,
Featuring reliable heat pump operation even at -28 °C and full heating output at temperatures as low as -15 °C,
The outdoor units in the Power Inverters (SW/W series) are specially designed for use as air-to-water heat pumps. With a max. flow temperature of 60 °C at an outdoor temperature of up to -3 °C and 55 °C at up to -10 °C, they provide a high level of heating comfort. The Power Inverter is particularly suitable for use in new buildings and existing buildings with good insulation and large heat transfer surfaces, such as in the case of underfloor heating.
The Eco Inverter outdoor module has been developed especially for use in low-energy houses. It covers a guaranteed application range from -10 to +35 °C. Its large heat exchanger (additional 68 % compared to the SW40/50) and optimised inverter control make it possible to achieve flow temperatures of up to 55 °C. The Eco Inverter can be combined with hydroboxes and cylinder units for heating or heating/cooling operation – depending on the equipment variant.