The principle of Split System Air Conditioning is about a heat pump that works by transferring heat energy from one place to another to keep your room at a comfortable temperature.
Split system room air conditioners are made up of two separate units, one located inside the room and the other outside. They are joined by two insulated copper pipes which circulate a refrigerant. In cooling mode, warm air from the room is drawn into the indoor unit where heat is absorbed and removed. The air is recirculated back into the room providing cool, comfortable living even on the hottest summer day.
By a simple press of a button your heat pump runs in reverse to keep your room cosy and warm on winter days.
Reverse cycle room air conditioners uses Inverter technology, which allows for high power operation to cool or heat a room quickly to the desired set temperature. After reaching the set temperature, the operation is maintained at a low constant power.