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Chigo introduces new CHV VRF

System has a new design, inspired by a sports car, company says

| | Jun 13, 2019 | 1:49 pm
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Foshan, Guangdong, China, 13 June 2019: Chigo has introduced a new CHV VRF, which boasts a new design, inspired by a sports car, the company said through a Press communiqué. The design will also apply to the company’s mini VRF and light-commercial products, the communiqué said.

According to the communiqué, the capacity range of a single unit is from 8HP to 32HP, with a maximum combination of 128HP, and with up to 100 indoor units that can be connected to one system. The main PCB uses a new chip and switching mode power supply, which does not necessitate the use of a transformer, the communiqué said. Further, the new feature cancels out the need for a vibration eliminator, which ensure reliability without attendant costs, the communiqué said.

According to the communiqué, the system’s electronic control board is highly integrated, with a nice appearance and high efficiency. The refrigerant cooling is designed before sub cooling on PHE, which eliminates the risk of condensation, the communiqué said. Compared with the CMV-X+, It greatly improves cooling performance in hot regions, owing to its four-way air return structure, the communiqué said, adding that it also improves heating performance in cold regions. With the help of a newly developed app, the communiqué said, the system can provide remote diagnosis and troubleshooting. An intelligent control system, jointly developed with Honeywell, the communiqué said, enables more precise and efficient control.

According to the communiqué, the system has various new functions, such as wireless communication, failure warning, refrigerant auto check and charge, password lock, GPRS location and data transfer, defrosting while operation, and double backup of outdoor units and compressors.

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