As a leading and influential supplier to the Australian market, Fujitsu General manufactures some of the most technologically advanced and sophisticated air conditioning systems. Designed to exceed all Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS) applicable in Australia they also feature advanced inverter control systems, which can deliver significantly lower running costs when compared to conventional air conditioners.

New to the Fujitsu line-up is a range of air conditioners with an optional Smart Demand Control feature. With this new option, the air conditioner can receive a signal from the energy providers demand response enabling device (DRED) which cycles the air conditioner’s compressor to reduce the power input during peak load periods. This helps energy providers to reduce stress on their respective energy networks.

There are a number of ways in which consumers can further reduce energy usage and ensure their air conditioner is running at the most cost effective level. Most importantly, the system needs to be installed by a licensed refrigeration technician as correct installation can have the greatest impact on performance. All windows and doors should be closed when in operation. Taking advantage of timer settings can also improve efficiency as the house can be gradually cooled before occupants wake or return home from school or work, when energy networks are at their least impacted.

The award-winning Fujitsu General Designer Range with Human Sensor Control also helps deliver supremely efficient and economical air conditioning solutions. The human sensor control feature automatically switches to energy saving operation if no activity has been detected in the room for 20 minutes. When activity resumes, the unit returns to the previously selected operating mode.

A Fujitsu General inverter air conditioning system is an investment in efficient cooling and will make home the most comfortable place to be this summer.

by Fujitsu General Australia | Sep 20, 2013