Reverse Cycle Ducted Heating
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For complete home heating and cooling an Inverter Ducted Air Conditioning System gives you the ability to zone your home according to your personal heating and cooling requirements. This means you can choose to heat or cool only the areas of your home that you will be using.
Energy efficient DC Inverter technology enables the delivery of superior temperature control. A variable speed drive in the motor system adjusts to match your air conditioning requirements; when you select your desired temperature, your Lennox ducted system will work at 100% capacity to deliver the level of comfort you need quickly. However, instead of constantly switching your system off and on to maintain temperature, the variable speed drive activates and constantly varies the compressor speed to maintain the desired temperature with minimal, completely unnoticeable fluctuations.
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