Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) is also known as variable refrigerant volume. It is an advanced method of air conditioning. The flow of Hisense VRF refrigerant can be varied according to the cooling and heating needs of individual zones, while the room temperature can be kept in the required range during occupied and unoccupied times, which improves comfort levels while saving energy. This type of system consists of a number of indoor units that are connected to one outdoor unit.
The indoor units can be of different styles and capacities to match each zones requirement, and can be controlled individually. The overall refrigerant flow depends on how many indoor units are working. The intelligence control system of Hisense VRF enables switching between the heating and cooling modes .
The gloss white cover panel of the unit creates a elegant aesthetic look. The unit also offers an optional modern LED temperature display built into the front panel. Hisense VRF
Medium to High adjustable static pressure to match the airflow requirements and also the distribution duct systems static pressure. variable refrigerant flow (VRF) Hisense VRF
The Hisense VRF Low Profile ducted unit has a total height of just over 7.5" to fit into the lowest ceiling spaces. This saves ceiling space for higher room height without compromising comfort. Hisense VRF
The Hisense VRF 2' x 2' mini 4 way cassette is only 8.5" high to fit low ceiling spaces. Straight return air grille patterns are replaced with a hexagon pattern for modern aesthetics.
The full size Hisense VRF 4 way cassette provides a compact package for higher capacity requirements up to 54,000 Btu/h. Straight return air grille patterns are replaced with a hexagon pattern for modern aesthetics
The Hisense AHU-KIT can integrate external heat exchangers of 3rd Party Air-handing units (AHU) into a Hisense VRF system. This provides state of the art VRF control, and a more flexible air conditioning solutions for new builds and retrofit projects
Hisense VRF, H-Series is ideal for space restricted applications requiring a small footprint.
The Hisense VRF S-Series VRF outdoor unit can be used for Heat Pump (2-pipe) or Heat Recovery (3 Pipe) applications. Vapour Injection Compressor Technology increases heat output for winter operation down to -25°C outdoor temperatures.
Ideal for cold weather applications. The Hisense VRF, W series can be connected to a water loop
Wide range of local controllers
The Hisense BMS interface has been specially designed to allow bidirectional control and monitoring of Hisense VRF systems from a BMS, SCADA, PLC or any other device working as a BACnet IP Server or a BACnet MSTP Master. .
Controls auxiliary heat output signal for electric hydronic or other auxiliary heat sources
Hisense VRF Heat Recovery