Matt Scott Residence

Matt Scott Residence
One of the coolest parts about the product is that it does it on its own. You set the settings and it knows. It does the work for you. You don’t have to worry, say, when you’re out of town and have to worry about what the temperatures are outside.

As co-owner of a Maine-based, energy-efficient HVAC supplier, Matt Scott knew he wanted Mitsubishi Electric’s Zoned Comfort Solutions® when he purchased his dream home. Looking to hit peak efficiencies and optimize temperature management with his ductless system, Matt’s home served as the beta test for Mitsubishi Electric’s distributed smart controls platform which includes the kumo cloud® app and kumo station®. With harsh Maine temperatures, the system has provided both energy efficiency and optimum comfort for Matt and his family. Download the PDF to read more. In this case study, you’ll hear more from Matt and see photos of the home and equipment.

Matt Scott Residence

Project Location: Dover-Foxcroft, Maine
Completion Date: June 2016

Project Team

  • Contractor: Dave’s World, Dover-Foxcroft, Maine 

Mitsubishi Electric Equipment Installed

  • (2) MSZ-GL06NA-U1 Wall-mounted Indoor Units
  • (2) MSZ-EF18NAB-U1 Black Wall-mounted Indoor Units
  • (1) SLZ-KA15NAR1.TH Multi-Zone Ceiling Cassette
  • (1) MXZ-8C48NAHZ Multi-Zone Outdoor Unit
  • (1) MHK-1 Remote Controller
  • (1) PAC-WHS01HC-E kumo station
  • (5) PAC-USWHS002-WF-1 Wireless Interfaces
  • (1) PAC-USWHS003-TH-1 Wireless Temperature and Humidity Sensor
  • (1) C7089U1006 Outdoor Air Temperature Sensor
Product Category
Ductless Systems
Application
Home Residence
Completion Date
June, 2016
Location
Maine
Case Study Type
For Homeowners
Text Box Type
energy savings/rebates/efficiency
retrofit/historic restoration
simultaneous cooing & heating
zoning

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