Ceiling cassette system and enhanced air flow

December 11, 2018

Fujitsu General America introduces the new Halcyon circular flow ceiling cassette system.

Built to replace the RCLX Large Cassette Series, the new RGLX Series features circular airflow for more consistent air distribution. Through the use of a DC twin rotary compressor, DC fan motor and optimal refrigerant cycle control, the RGLX line also offers improved energy efficiency. The completely redesigned units achieve up to 21.4 SEER.

By using 360-degree louvers, the circular airflow design allows conditioned air to reach every corner of a room. Each louver can be programmed individually to customize airflow for maximum occupant comfort and room layout.

With the new airflow structure and four-speed fan control, sound levels are dramatically reduced. When in Quite Mode, indoor noise levels are as low as 28 decibels. The new units work with wired or wireless controls (2- or 3-wire controls), and Fujitsu’s Human Sensor Kit, which automatically saves energy by detecting occupancy.

Integration with a third-party thermostat is also simple, with the use of Fujitsu’s thermostat adapter.

Five sizes are available, from 18,000 to 42,000 BTUH, two of which meet Energy Star qualifications. A 48,000 BTUH unit will be available in early 2019. Black or white grilles are available for all sizes.

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