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Samsung Duct S AC160/180/200JNHFKH/SA Series

Samsung Duct S AC160/180/200JNHFKH/SA Series

AC160JNHFKH/SA (16kW), AC180JNHFKH/SA (18kW) and AC200JNHFKH/SA (20kW)
3.0 from 2 reviews

Never recommended anyone for last 3 years

I would give 0 ☆if I got an option, I had ducted system installed & got lots of trouble & service agents send unprofessional trade person mostly to attend service call,only phones are ok
No other products

Purchased in March 2016.

1 comment
I’m really sorry to hear of the experience you've had so far and that we weren’t able meet your expectations. If you wish to discuss this further, our best point of contact is to send us a PM on Facebook with a copy of this review and some more information. > m.me/SamsungAustralia Mick Samsung AU

Samsung AC160 - worth considering - efficient AC - with Airtouch3

I recently had a Samsung AC160 ducted AC installed. it was replacing a 12 year old carrier system that had run out of gas, It has now been 4 weeks and i have been impressed on how quiet the system is and how efficient it runs.

Also included in the installation was a Airtouch3 controller.
The AC when running cools the house down as expected - but I have been very impressed with how efficient the system is. While it's a 16Kw AC - the unit has a digital inverter which allows it to varry the load when needed and thus use less electricity than a normal AC.
in my case - the AC when is turned on to cool the house - it cycles from using around 2.2Kw of power down to a idle using only 700w of electricity.
The quoted efficiency figure for this system (EER) is 3.4 - what ever that means...

I have solar - but I can already see my daily power bill being reduced by a large amount (50-80%) when compared with the old 14Kw carrier system that used to draw down 4 - 6.5kw of electricity.

Questions & Answers

Winter a/c feels real hot, is there a way to set on a dry setting and still take chill from the air to approx 20 degrees?
3 answers
I haven't used the dry setting. I understand that the dry setting can be used to remove the moisture from the air. I just there woukd be no harm in giving it a go to see if it works. If the air feels "hot" just lower the temperature. Tge AC will try to heat the house up to the set point as fast as it can and then it will maintain that temperature by backing off. You coukd try reducing the temperature that you set it to and leaving the AC always on . I leave mine on most of the day and night but at a lower setting. Only raising it early in the morning.ok thank you.Hi Darren, if you would like further information or tips to using your air-conditioner, we recommend for you to enquire with us via the link below: > https://www.samsung.com/au/business/air-conditioners/for-home/ Jo Samsung AU

how much will it cost me if i already got, ducted aircon and i need to change it to samsung?
1 answer
Hi John, we recommend for you to reach out to us via the link below to enquire about this. We hope this helps. > https://www.samsung.com/au/business/air-conditioners/for-home/ Jo Samsung AU

How much do they cost?
2 answers
The cost will depend on the installer and the installation. As a guide from $9500 to $10500.Hi Michelle, you will need to contact us directly for a measure and quote. Please visit our website for more info: https://www.samsung.com/au/business/air-conditioners/for-home/


Samsung AC180JNHFKH/SA (18kW)Samsung AC160JNHFKH/SA (16kW)Samsung AC200JNHFKH/SA (20kW)
CategoryDucted Air ConditionersDucted Air ConditionersDucted Air Conditioners
Indoor Unit Height450mm450mm450mm
Cooling Capacity18kW16kW20kW
Heating Capacity20kW18kW22.5kW
Outdoor Unit Height984mm1420mm1695mm
Outdoor Unit Width1612mm940mm880mm
Outdoor Unit Depth519mm330mm795mm
Indoor Unit Width1350mm1350mm1350mm
Indoor Unit Depth910mm910mm910mm
Reverse CycleYesYesYes

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