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Heating Efficiency
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heats Heats your indoor environment, using natural gas, oil, propane or electric power.
cools Cools the air. May be either a heat pump or an air conditioner.
Energy Star Select Sizes Within this model some sizes earn the U.S. government's designation for superior energy efficiency and can help save costs on energy bills.

Overview

Enjoy the comfort you deserve in your new or converted space with our Toshiba Carrier RAVBT Ducted indoor unit. Quiet, down to 30 decibels means this unit operates unobtrusively while keeping you cozy. It’s perfectly suited for larger indoor spaces with up to 3.5 ton sizes available. And, its galvanized steel, insulated cabinet contributes lasting durability along with enhanced thermal and acoustic performance.

Features

STANDARD FEATURES

  • Sizes: 18 / 24 / 30 / 36 / 42
  • Available in 208/230V
  • Modes: Cool, Heat, Dry, Fan, Auto
  • Up to 0.46 in WG
  • Rear or bottom return
  • Outside air intake
  • Built-in condensate lift pump
  • Quiet indoor operation, as low as 30 decibels1
  • 10-year parts limited and 10-year compressor limited warranties to the original purchasing owner upon timely registration2

1 Quietest size within each model group during low fan-speed operation

2 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

PERFORMANCE

  • Quiet indoor operation, as low as 30 decibels1

CAPACITIES

  • 1.5 – 3.5 Ton

REQUIREMENTS

  • 208/230V

AESTHETICS

  • Unit cabinet is constructed of galvanized steel. The cabinet is fully insulated for improved thermal and acoustic performance.

1 Quietest size within each model group during low fan-speed operation

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