Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning
Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning
With DC inverter technology and DRED as standard, Braemar reverse cycle air conditioners are a smart choice for an energy-efficient cooling solution.
Market leading products
The Braemar inverter product range is sourced from the world’s largest residential manufacturer of reverse cycle air conditioning systems – Gree. This gives you peace of mind that your Braemar reverse cycle air conditioning purchase has the latest, efficient, leading-edge technology as standard.
80 year history
Braemar excellence and reliability! Backed by world class Australian manufacturer, Seeley International, ensuring your Braemar reverse cycle system will perform at its best, delivering quality, reliability with local service and support.
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.
Benefits of Braemar Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning
Types of Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning
Our split systems come in five capacities, to efficiently cool or heat any room – from the study to large open plan living spaces. Inverter technology, which is standard across the range, helps to reduce energy consumption – so that you can save money and relax in comfort all year round.
Benefits of Split System Air Conditioning
Zoned Energy Rating Label (ZERL)
Introduced in 2020, the ZERL 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 energyrating.gov.au for more information.
Sleek and modern design
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.
Multi Split System
Multi split air conditioning enables the connection of up to five indoor units to a single outdoor unit. Save running costs by heating or cooling rooms as required with different temperature settings in each room.
Benefits of Multi Split System Air Conditioning
Braemar multi split system air conditioning offers the flexibility to heat or cool rooms as required. Turn rooms on or off, or even set different temperature settings in each room.
Control the system from your phone. Available through the EWPE Smart App.
Ease of installation
Typically much easier to install, without the need for ductwork.
Ducted Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning
Ducted reverse cycle is the ideal solution for the whole of home or office heating and cooling. With single and three phase options available, Braemar has the solution for year round comfort.
Benefits of Ducted Air Conditioning
The Braemar Zone Control* can control up to 8 zones in your home.
Wi-Fi Smart App
Control your comfort from your phone!**
Low Profile Design
Visually appealing, discrete and low profile unit to deliver conditioned air via ducting and suitable ceiling or wall grilles.
Advanced protective coating on the outdoor coil to reduce corrosion and protect from the harsh Australian elements.
*Zone control optional extra.
**Wifi module sold separately.
Other Cooling and Heating Options
Ducted Gas Heating &
Evaporative Air Conditioning
Ducted Gas Heating &
Frequently Asked Questions
How does a reverse cycle air conditioner work?
A reverse cycle air conditioner, also known as a heat pump, works by transferring heat using a refrigeration cycle. In cooling mode, it extracts heat from indoor air and releases it outside, cooling the indoor space. In heating mode, it reverses this process, extracting heat from outdoor air (even in cold weather) and releasing it inside to warm the space.
What are the advantages of using a reverse cycle air conditioner for both heating and cooling?
The primary advantage is convenience; reverse cycle systems can provide both heating and cooling using the same equipment, making them versatile, providing comfort all year round.
What size or capacity of air conditioner do I need for my home or space?
The size you need depends on factors like the size of the space, insulation, and climate. It's best to contact an authorised dealer who can perform a load calculation to determine the appropriate size for your specific needs.
What maintenance and cleaning tasks are required to keep the system running efficiently?
Regular maintenance includes cleaning or replacing filters, inspecting ducts, and scheduling regular servicing annually. This helps ensure optimal performance and air quality. Please contact your local service agent to book a service.
What is the estimated cost of purchasing and installing a reverse cycle air conditioner in my home?
Costs vary widely based on factors like size, installation complexity, and location. It's advisable to talk to an authorised dealer to find a solution that will suit your specific needs.