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seer-15 The Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio or SEER is a rating that shows the potential cooling efficiency of an air conditioner or heat pump. A higher number is better.
cools Cools the air. May be either a heat pump or an air conditioner.

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Overview

ComfortTM Series ductless air conditioners are designed with your budget in mind. The 38MFC model has an Inverter compressor that attains 15.0 SEER cooling and so you can enjoy a higher level of comfort. It is paired with the 40MFC High Wall indoor unit to create the MF Ductless System, giving you plenty of comfort choices.

Features

STANDARD FEATURES

  • Inverter compressor
  • Up to 15.0 SEER cooling efficiency
  • Available in 115V and 208/230V
  • Piping length 65-98' depending on unit capacity
  • Quiet outdoor sound operation, as low as 57 decibels1
  • System diagnostics 
  • 10-year parts limited and 10-year compressor limited warranties to the original purchasing owner upon timely registration1


1 If properly registered within ninety (90) days after original installation, parts are warranted to the original purchaser for a period of 10 years. Otherwise, parts warranty is 5 years. For other applications a 7-year parts and 7-year compressor limited warranties apply. See warranty certificate for details.

Specifications

EFFICIENCY

  • Up to 15.0 SEER
  • Up to 10.5 EER

PERFORMANCE

  • Outdoor sound: as low as 57 decibels1

OUTDOOR OPERATING RANGE

  • Cooling mode Min-Max DB: 14° ~ 115° F (-10° ~ 46° C) 

LINE LENGTH

  • Up to 98'

TECHNOLOGY

  • Inverter Compressor
  • System protecting high pressure and loss of charge switches
  • Current protection
  • Diagnostics intelligence

CAPACITIES

  • 0.75 - 1.8 tons

REQUIREMENTS

  • 0.75 - 1 ton 115V 
  • 1.0 - 1.8 tons 208/230V 

AESTHETICS

  • Heavy-gauge, galvanized steel construction
  • Primed and coated with a 100% coverage, baked-enamel finish in white


1 Quietest size within each model group during most common cooling operating condition.

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