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Fujitsu High Static Single Phase

Fujitsu High Static Single Phase (page 2 of 2)

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  • Build Quality
    1.0 (2)
  • Value for Money
    1.0 (2)
  • Ease of Use
    2.0 (2)
  • Cleaning & Maintenance
    3.0 (1)
  • Room Type
    • Whole House (2)
    • Living/Dining Area (1)
  • Noise Level
    1.5 (2)
  • Heating / Cooling Speed
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Daniel K

Daniel KSydney, NSW

  • 5 reviews

Not Recommended

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We pruchased two ducted systems for our home. 8 Zones, (18 outlets). The units take a long time to generate heat. Fujistu claim outside temperature operating range is -14 - 24 degrees for heating. When its 5 degrees or less outside, the air conditioners cannot produce any heat. They ice over within 30 mins and then constantly de-ice. The problem is, that it takes so long to generate heat again that the outdoor units ice over again and the entire system stops. Was 2 degrees outside this morning, and only 15 inside. Buy a Daikin. Old house had Daikin which nad no problems even when below 0....

Poor performance. Slow to produce heat.


boldenwell

boldenwell

  • 7 reviews
  • 5 likes

Powerful, efficient, but noisy outdoor unit

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Terrible

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Chriskee

ChriskeeAU

  • 2 reviews

Excellent

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Bad

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The thermostats need battery backup. The units need to be sized appropriately for the heat load to be handled which in my view requires a unit at least one size larger than Fujitsu recommends.
For relatively small areas where the return air is in the same room and the door to the room is kept closed, these units are fine.
Thermostat has no battery backup - reverts to cooling and loses time/date/programming when power is lost. For a large room that gets very warm on a hot day, we can't get the room cool even by running the unit set at 18 and full fan.


Ashcat

AshcatCentral West, NSW

  • 5 reviews

Excellent

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sl0305

sl0305

  • 4 reviews

Good

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nilbog

nilbogSydney, NSW

  • 38 reviews
  • 21 likes

Good

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Mechanically a top product. Ours has been running every day for 5 years without a problem. Only real ongoing maintenance is cleaning intake filter which is easy and since it is intended you do it yourself, free. Something about the way you set it to turn on and off on the control panel is not intuitive but is easily managed with the manual. Does an excellent job of dehumidifying the air which is important in Sydney summers. It works so well and unobtrusively we often forget it is on until we step outside and realise how much nicer the Fujitsu has made inside.
Quiet, efficient, reliable
timer functions difficult to set

j3tsp33d

j3tsp33d

  • 4 reviews
  • 2 likes

Excellent

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arauch

arauch

  • 6 reviews
  • 1 like

Excellent

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Fujitsu Inverter Systems provide optimum comfort all year round, such as in cycle heating or cooling, moreover it is quite economical.
Energy efficiency, quiet operation and cools/heats to the desired temperature you choose.


OK

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I am trying to get the noise issue sorted out and tested if possible to see if its within the 69db limit. I suspect this may be normal. I've only had the system for 3 months so the real test is how it will perform in the coming years.
It cools fairly well.
The outside unit is nosiy especially when compared to a Mitsubishi system I had in a previous house. In addition my neighbours have complained about the noise.


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Questions & Answers

Richard

Richardasked

I have a Fujitsu ARTG54LHTC , can a infra red remote control be used with this.

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Fujitsu
Fujitsu A.Fujitsu

Hi Richard, Thank you for your question, please be advised you can use UTY-LRHYM IR Receiver kit which can be purchased from Fujitsu Sales Department finished goods item. Please note this can only be used whilst pointing to the Fujitsu cassette. If you would like to discuss this further please call to speak to our Technical Support team who will do their best to assist you. TEl: 1300 364 484.


Nick

Nickasked

Hi there,
For a 4 bedroom house (195m2) and 6 EER ,how many KW do I need? What's the maximum Kw in Fujitsu air conditioners for a single phase?

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Fujitsu
Fujitsu A.Fujitsu

HI Nick thanks for your question on Product Review. For areas larger than 65m2, please contact your local Fujitsu Dealer to discuss the right solution for you, e.g. two or more Fujitsu split systems, a multi-head unit or even a ducted system, to ensure your Fujitsu comfort needs are met.
For single-phase please see on our website ARTG60LHTB - 15.8kW(C)/18.0kW(H) ARTG60LDTA - 15.8kW(C)/ 18.0kW(H)
For further details please visit our website https://www.fujitsugeneral.com.au/residential-range/ducted/single-phase#Content_products


rossofbalmain

rossofbalmainasked

What is the difference between single phase and three phase for efficiency, capacity and cooling ability?

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Fujitsu
Fujitsu A.Fujitsu

Hi Rossofbalmain, the Single phase is a single power supply 240v/ac whereas three-phase is three lines of 240v/per phase to neutral and 415v/ac between phases. Main benefit of 3 phase against single-phase would be 3 phase spreads the amperage at startup and run, drawing fewer amps than a single-phase, leading to lower costs due to lower amp draw. To discuss this further please call our Technical Support team on Tel: 1300 364 484 and they will happily chat to you.


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