Mitsubishi Electric has launched a new slimline cassette with a 3D i-See Sensor, capable of scanning a room and turning on/off its air conditioning by identifying whether the room is in use.
The 600 x 600 slimline SLZ/PLFY units are ideal for narrow spaces, sitting only 245mm in height above ceiling. The units have also been designed with temporary hanging hooks, a drop-prevention cord and hexagonal screws to make installation easier.
In addition to the unique 3D i-See Sensor, the units also improve occupant comfort with a new airflow feature which can direct air horizontally across the ceiling to help eliminate uncomfortable drafts, and a new 3D turbo fan which reduces sound levels.
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