External Power

External power a split-system is mounted outside, inside – in a convenient and desirable location within the room. Units are connected the electric cable and copper pipes with insulation, which are held inside the walls or covered, such as decorative boxes, depending on the customer's wishes. One of the characteristics of the air conditioner is the noise level in its work. One of the advantages of split-system is that most of the noisy air conditioner – the compressor in the outdoor unit is passed, which contributes to a significant reduction in the level of noise generated by air-conditioned indoors, it does not exceed 24-26 dB. For more information see Stanford Health Care. Split systems have a standard set of consumer features: remote control with display, the ability to set the indoor temperature to within 1 C, the timer on and switch-off in a given time, adjusting the air flow and more.

In the indoor unit can be installed filters to clean the air of dust, smoke, gas, impurities etc. Another great advantage of split systems is a huge selection of indoor units that can be installed not only on the wall, but on the floor (floor and columns), ceiling (ceiling), embedded in the ceiling (Channel or cluster) that can solve almost any problem for air-conditioning facilities, taking into account the interior and individual customer requirements, ie you and me. Let's take a closer look above types of air conditioners. Speaking of home use air conditioners, here occupy the first place wall split system. This conditioner is also called a room, home or home air conditioning, as in houses and apartments are mainly used it.