Mitsubishi Electric MSZ-FH VE – has many interesting features and deserves a detailed review. In a series of notes on the climate of this machine, we describe the key features of the model and the impressions from its test.
First, let us explain why users do not need to fight for the remote control air conditioning. One of the main characteristics of the model – separate control valves. Air flow can be adjusted so that a portion of the air enters the top (or horizontal), and the second part – the bottom.
Analytical skills help it to use the inverter data on the current room temperature. 3D Sensor I-SEE retrieves occupancy and track their whereabouts. Its main task – is to reject the flow of cold air in the direction of the person (so that air cooled, but the man is not cold, “not inflated”). When the system works on heating, on the contrary, the flow of warm air is directed to the person so that it will warm up. And if the sensor detects that no person in the room, it just automatically switches to power-saving mode.
3D I-SEE, fixes radiation in the infrared range, having an axis of rotation and consists of eight sensor elements arranged vertically. This solution combined with the electromechanical actuator provides quality “temperature” scan, whereby people are accurately detected.
Built-in electronic PCA microcontroller processes the three-dimensional picture of the temperature and manages guided air flow, as well as uses its automatic rejection if users roam. If the sensor detects that the user is more than two, it will adjust the airflow and try not to offend anyone.
And finally, if the sensor detects that the room is empty, the system automatically switches to power-saving mode. It is noteworthy that the device is recognized by the people. Air comes out of power-saving mode when the room will include a cat or dog.
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