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Mitsubishi FDUA Series

Mitsubishi FDUA Series Questions & Answers

FDUA140AVNXVF, FDUA125VSXVF, FDUA125AVNXVF, etc...
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6 questions from our users

Barry

Barryasked

FDUA125AVNXVF

Does this unit come with a zone controller

4 answers
Luke B.
Luke B.

Not as standard

Peter Riley
Peter Riley

A Myair zone controller is available when you order from your installer.

BC1
BC1

Yes- but built in to the standard wired remote control.However, it can only handle 4 zones. I went with an iZone controller for zone control. With this you can also control your AC system via a phone app and it gives you full zone control including individual airflow. Standard controller does not.

Nat

Natasked

FDUA125AVNXVF

Hello,
Is this product for residential purpose or commercial?

3 answers
Diane
Diane

RESIDENTIAL

Nat
Nat

Who can i contact to get one when needed? How much? Do you do installment as well?
Thanks

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners
Mitsubishi Heavy Ind.Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners

Hi Nat,

This model is our 12.5kw ducted system and can definitely be used in residential applications.

If you can provide your postcode and best contact number I'll get a local MHIAA installer to get in touch to provide a quote!

Cesar U.

Cesar U.asked

FDUA100AVNVF2

Hi
Which is better, FDUA100VNP1VF2 or PEA-RP100GAA

Thanks
Cesar

1 answer
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners
Mitsubishi Heavy Ind.Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners

Hi Cesar,

The PEA-RP100GAA is a Mitsubishi Electric model number who are a different company to us so you would need to speak to them or review their website for information on that product.

Quickly looking at the specifications (which you can find here - https://mhiaa.com.au/products/model/fdua100vnp1vf2-residential/), it seems the FDUA100VNF is slightly quieter than the Mitsubishi Electric model and has a slightly higher airflow rate. I'd suggest speaking to a local installer to determine if the FDUA100 is best for your home. You can find you closest by visiting our Where to Buy page - https://mhiaa.com.au/home/where-to-buy/

Martine D

Martine Dasked

FDUA Series

I have been given a quote for a ducted model Mitsubishi FDUA100V2/FDC100VNP.
What does that mean? I can't find any info on this particular model.

3 answers
Martine D
Martine D

All good thank you

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners
Mitsubishi Heavy Ind.Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners

Hi Martine,

The FDC100VNP/FDUA100V2 is our 10kW ducted system with the FDC100VNP being the outdoor unit model number and the FDUA100 being the indoor unit model number. Hope this helps!

Martine D
Martine D

Thank you

David

Davidasked

FDUA100VNP1VF2

What is The difference between the FDUA100VNP1VF2 and theFDUA100AVNVF?

2 answers
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners
Mitsubishi Heavy Ind.Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners

Hi David,

Both the FDUA100AVN and FDUA100VNP are identical other than the FDUA100AVN having some slightly different technical specifications such as a longer pipe run. Due to these specifications, it is mainly used in commercial projects. The FDUA100VNP is used in all residential ducted systems.

Martine D
Martine D

Are these the best systems for a small residence, 2 bedroom house?

Iris Booth

Iris Boothasked

FDUA160AVSAVF

Could someone please advise me the following:

The cost of a Install Mitsubishi Fdua160 Inverter Ducted AC System. 10 Outlets, 4 Zones, Wall controller. Sydney. location. Need ASAP. Thank you kindly.

1 answer
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners
Mitsubishi Heavy Ind.Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners

Hi Kathleen,

Thanks for getting in touch! If you could fill in the 'Request a Quote' form on our website we'll happily organise for an authorised dealer/installer to get in touch and provide a quote. https://mhiaa.com.au/home/where-to-buy/request-a-quote/

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