Our commitment to empowering homeowners to create their own customized comfort is fueled by continual innovation and refinement. Here are some of the technologies that helps cool and heat your home more efficiently and effectively.
Hot-start. The indoor unit’s fan only blows air when the coil has warmed to the desired temperature. An energy-saving measure, it also prevents drafts of cold air at start-up.
i-see Sensor™. This sensor scans the room and adjusts temperature and airflow automatically. Maintain consistent comfort by eliminating cold and hot spots.
H2i® technology. Hyper-Heating INVERTER® (H2i) technology is designed to provide comfortable indoor temperatures in extreme cold-climate conditions (as low as -13° F) while saving energy and money.
Zone control. Why cool or heat rooms you don’t use? Why sweat or shiver in those you do? Zone control allows you to optimize the temperature of any space with an indoor unit to save energy and reduce costs. Create your own perfect comfort zones!
Quiet operation. Indoor units run quiet as a whisper and outdoor units run quieter than a refrigerator. You have to hear it (or not) to believe it!
Enhanced filtration systems. Washable filters last up to 10 years and remove pollen, dust, dander and other allergens that reduce indoor air quality. Each room has its own filter to ensure pristine air.
A Mitsubishi Diamond Contractor™ can provide a personal system configuration based on your needs. Simplify your life with customized, efficient solutions that allow you to control your comfort.
When your definition of comfort includes clean, healthy air for your family, our ductless solutions respond with multi-stage airfiltration systems. These filters capture odor-causing gases, pollen, dander, dust, mites, viruses, bacteria, and other contaminants that trigger allergy and asthma symptoms, spread illness and impact air quality. Your whole family will breathe easier.
Washable filters last up to 10 years with routine, and easy, cleaning. Another way to save money and reduce impact on the environment.
Innovative INVERTER-driven compressor technology uses only the energy it needs to cool or heat your space. Your system smoothly responds to changes in indoor and outdoor temperatures to precisely control your comfort. This is unlike conventional systems that turn fully on and off with a bang. Not only can you maintain a consistently comfortable temperature you can also lower your next energy bill.
Individual units allow you to regulate temperatures in the spaces you use. A toasty warm family room in winter; a fully air-conditioned sunroom in the summer; a functional basement or garage all year long. By optimizing the temperature in selected zones, you can achieve the level of comfort you want while decreasing energy consumption.
In cold climates, heat pumps typically experience a decrease in pressure, refrigerant flow rate, and operational capacity. INVERTER® technology actually allows for higher heating speeds at a lower temperature, without putting extra strain on the unit or potentially causing long-term damage to the compressor.
Some of the differences between traditional technology and Hyper-Heating INVERTER® technology that make it attainable for those who live in cold climates include:
No Ups and Downs, Ons and Offs: Conventional heat pumps experience uncomfortable and extreme temperature fluctuations while INVERTER-driven pumps are able to self-adjust, providing consistent room temperature, even when the outdoor temperature dips below zero.
INVERTER® zoning systems deliver only the amount of hot air needed to achieve the desired temperature – no more, no less.
It takes traditional systems a very long time to reach the desired temperature, while the high rotation speeds of INVERTER® systems allow for quick and efficient heating and cooling. Our hot-start technology ensures that you feel warm air immediately after turning on your system.
Every time the compressor turns on in a traditional unit, energy consumption surges. On startup, INVERTER® systems use less current, avoiding spikes in energy usage.