Mitsubishi Electric is a world leader in air conditioning systems for household, commercial and industrial use. The company’s efforts to make indoor life more comfortable began in 1921 when it introduced the electric fan. After about ten years, Mitsubishi Electric air conditioning, which was highly appreciated by users and became wildly popular, went into factory production for coolers.

Mitsubishi Electric announced smart air conditioning products in the recent past, which are more professional vehicles. Mitsubishi’s efforts to produce air conditioning systems suitable for Japan’s inconsistent climatic conditions have resulted in the development of robust air conditioners suitable for almost every weather condition in the world. All products are designed to operate quietly, saving energy and having a minimal negative impact on the environment.

Advanced Mitsubishi Electric Air Conditioners

Mitsubishi Electric‘s technologically advanced mini-split air conditioners and heat pumps provide superior comfort, energy savings, zero emissions, and ultra-quiet heating and air conditioning in any climate.

Thanks to heating and cooling technology, Mitsubishi Electric smart air conditioners allow you to enjoy more precise and customizable comfort in a single room or throughout your home. Here is what you get with a Mitsubishi Electric air conditioner:

  • Superior comfort
  • Different room – different heat function
  • Energy savings and efficiency
  • Long-lasting use
  • Quiet, smooth operation
  • Durability

Ducted and Ductless Air Conditioners

Mitsubishi Electric offers 2 types of products for every lifestyle and home type, ducted and ductless. Ductless models can be mounted on the wall or the floor, and also include ceiling cassettes. The ducted models have air processors, a more compact horizontal design, and a larger selection of products.

Reliable Heating in All Climates

Regardless of whether the climate is cold or hot, the heat pumps used in Mitsubishi Electric air conditioners help maintain an ambient temperature and save energy. Mitsubishi Electric air conditioners have heat pump systems with ‘Hyper-Heating’ technology, which allows them to use 100% of heating capacity at -15°C (5°F) even in extreme cold weather conditions and continue to operate up to -25°C (-13°F) without auxiliary heat.

Certain units equipped with Mitsubishi Electric‘s ‘H2i Plus’ technology provide 100% heating capacity up to -20°C (-4°F). Traditional heating systems rely on fossil fuel furnaces and boilers to provide heating, while Mitsubishi Electric‘s high-performance heat pumps provide heating for an extended period of time without any problems.

What Is KNX?

KNX is a system protocol that establishes technical standards for smart home or building automation. This protocol, which is globally valid, aims to integrate technological devices regardless of the brand into smart home systems and to provide ease of use with advanced technologies.

For each action in smart homes and buildings, there is a KNX gateway that sends data to the device that will perform the action. In short, KNX gateway devices enable the integration of equipment such as air conditioning, curtains, and lighting into the smart home that is not specifically designed for smart homes.

Air conditioners are not always included in smart home systems. Mitsubishi Electric air conditioners integrate perfectly with the kbox-Mitt KNX gateway. Click here for more information about kbox-Mitt.

The Difference Between Mitsubishi Heavy and Mitsubishi Electric 

Mitsubishi is a reliable option if you want a first-class air conditioner. However, Mitsubishi’s existence with 2 different brands in the market may cause confusion about which Mitsubishi air conditioner is the best option.

Mitsubishi Electric and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, two of the most respected air conditioning unit manufacturers in the industry, are known worldwide for their durable, long-lasting, high-quality, cutting-edge, and competitive units. However, Mitsubishi Electric and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries are two completely different companies that produce their own unique products. Here are the differences between the two brands:

  • Mitsubishi Electric air conditioners are more user-friendly than Mitsubishi Heavy Industries products. Mitsubishi Electric air conditioners are far more comfortable to install and use than Mitsubishi Heavy Industries air conditioners.
  • Although Mitsubishi heavy industries air conditioners perform equivalent to 1000 watts of engine power, their engines are low wattage. As a result, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries combines energy efficiency and high performance. The engine power in Mitsubishi Electric air conditioning models is higher, but their performance is the same.
  • Mitsubishi Electric air conditioner models are well-known for their quiet operation. It is possible to hear fan noise in Mitsubishi Heavy Industries air conditioners.
  • Mitsubishi Electric air conditioners are available at a higher price than Mitsubishi Heavy Industries air conditioners.

Mitsubishi Electric Air Conditioners

MFZ-KA25VA Floor Console Inverter Indoor Unit

The MFZ-KA25VA is a floor-type split air conditioner from Mitsubishi Electric. It combines aesthetic form with a variety of functions. It is a suitable model for mounting on the wall’s edges. The device is very thin and compact. It can be easily used in both small and large spaces, such as the living room, bedroom, and attic.

Cleaning the air conditioner is quite easy thanks to the front panel, which can be removed and washed.

The suspended ceiling type PCA-RP KAQ is smaller than MFZ-KA25VA. At the same time, because the MFZ-KA25VA air conditioner is designed in a square shape, it is less appealing in terms of appearance than the PCA-RP KAQ model. Furthermore, the MFZ-KA25VA type model is recommended to be installed close to the ground, whereas the PCA-RP KAQ model is recommended to be mounted on the top of the wall, which is the regular air conditioner position.

The MFZ-KA25VA air conditioner must be between -10°C (14°F) and 46°C (114.8°F) outside for smooth cooling, while the PCA-RP KAQ model operates properly in the range of -15°C (5°F) to 46°C (114.8°F).

The MFZ-KA25VA air conditioner must be between -10°C (14°F) and 24°C (75.2°F) degrees outside for smooth heating, while the PCA-RP KAQ model operates properly in the range of -20°C (-4°F) to 21°C (69.8°F)

PCA-RP50KAQ Hanging Ceiling Type Indoor Unit

The PCA-RP KAQ is a hanging ceiling air conditioner specially designed for kitchens. It is a product that is created to work a lifetime as long as it is regularly maintained, as a result of the air connections using new technologies.

Cooling capacity ranges from a minimum of 3.3 and a maximum of 8.1 kW, while the MFZ-KA25VA ranges from 0.9 and 3.4. The heating level of the PCA-RP KAQ model ranges between 3.5 and 10.2 kW, while the MFZ-KA25VA ranges between 0.9 and 5.1.

As previously stated, the PCA-RP KAQ model is recommended for use in kitchens. One of the main reasons for this is its durable stainless steel case, which is designed with a carbon filter resistant to oil and smoke. It extinguishes the oil and odor that spreads into the air in the kitchen with its high-performance oil smoke filter.

The outdoor unit of the PCA-RP KAQ does not take up much space. The current price is more affordable than the MFZ-KA25VA air conditioner.

PFFY-P20VCM-E Floor Standing Concealed Indoor Unit

Mitsubishi Electric‘s PFFY-P-VCM-E concealed model has 4 static pressure settings. It provides an elegant appearance by hiding under a window or inside a wall. One of the most significant advantages of this air conditioner, which is suitable for workplaces, is that it saves a lot of space as it allows for use by hiding inside the structures. When the front suction mounting option is preferred, it is also possible to place the unit directly on the floor.

The power supply of other models is running at 230 volts, whereas PFFY-P20VCM-E operates with 220 volts. The PCA-RP KAQ has a stainless steel case on the surface, while the PFFY-P20VCM-E has a galvanized steel sheet case. The other two models are mounted on the ceiling or on the floor, while the PFFY-P20VCM-E model is mounted inside the walls. In addition, the PFFY-P20VCM-E is the highest-priced product among other Mitsubishi Electric air conditioning options.