Multi split air conditioning enables the connection of up to five indoor units to a single outdoor unit. A comprehensive range is available including wall mounted split systems, bulkhead ducted units and ceiling mounted cassettes.
Braemar multi split system air conditioning offers the flexibility to heat or cool rooms as required, with different temperature settings in each room.
Sleek and modern designs
Our split system air conditioning ranges offer sleek and modern designs.
The indoor unit also suits multi split air conditioning systems, thus delivering a consistent appearance throughout the home or office when a multi split is combined with single split systems.
Savings on runnings costs
High energy efficiency due to in-built DC inverter technology results in significant savings in running costs when compared to conventional air conditioning models.
With DC inverter technology and DRED as standard, Braemar wall mounted split systems are an energy-efficient cooling solution.
DC inverter technology
Our split systems feature DC inverter technology. An inverter is a power conversion circuit that electronically regulates the voltage, current and frequency of an air conditioner. This circuit controls the compressor, outdoor and indoor fans, maximising the air conditioner’s efficiency.
DRED as standard
With the introduction of smart power meters (PeakSmart in QLD), the electrical supply authority can limit the amount of power to the property at certain times during extreme weather conditions, when the power supply is at peak demand, using DRED (Demand Response Enabling Device).
In some states, the power supply authorities offer financial incentives to consumers who install DRED enabled air conditioning systems. All of Braemar’s latest inverter products now come with DRED as standard.
New Zoned Energy Rating Label (ZERL)
From April 1st, 2020, the new ZERL label will be mandatory on all new models. The new label provides more information for consumers to make an informed decision, including how much heating and cooling power a model has, energy efficiency based on location, electricity usage and noise production. Visit https://www.energyrating.gov.au/information-sessions-new-zoned-energy-rating-label for more information.