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Model MULTI42HP500

Internet #205428740

Multi-21 Zone 42,000 BTU 3.5 Ton Ductless Mini Split Air Conditioner with Heat, Inverter, Remote - 208-230-Volt/60Hz

  • Cool or heat 5 designated zones for maximum cost efficiency
  • G10 inverter technology uses less energy to maintain temperature
  • Whisper-quiet 34 dBA operation

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The Multi-21 5-Zone 36,000 BTU Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioning System is powered by GREE's energy-efficient G10 inverter and a variable-speed compressor. These units can heat or cool five zones up to 2000 sq. ft. (combined) without distribution boxes. Our G10 inverter technology saves energy, reduces outdoor noise and keeps room temperature steady by eliminating the harsh starts and stops of conventional systems. The outdoor unit has Gold Fin coil protection to promote energy efficiency and prevent coil corrosion in a corrosive environment. Every GREE Multi wall-mount is energy-efficient, yet powerful enough to keep you comfortable year-round. GREE's whisper-quiet fan technology means you will always have quiet comfort and you can easily manage a variety of useful features with the infrared remote control or a wired tether controller (sold separately). All parts are warranted for a period of five years to the original registered end-user with proof of proper installation. The compressor is warranted for a period of seven years to the original registered end-user with proof of proper installation. A universal piping assembly/line-set (sold separately) is required for installation - be sure to select the appropriate size.

  • System includes a 42,000 BTUH outdoor multi-unit (model# MULTI42HP230V1BO) and five 9000 BTUH vireo wall mount units (model# VIR09HP230V1AH)
  • Designed to cool or heat up to 2000 sq. ft. of combined space in 5 zones
  • Offers 39,000 BTU cooling and 45,000 BTU heating for dependable climate control
  • DC inverter technology reduces noise and minimizes stop/start
  • 21 SEER rating: estimated annual cooling cost is $505 (based on 9¢/kWh and 2000 annual cooling hours)
  • Each wall-mount unit has 4 fan speeds for customizable airflow
  • Includes 5 infrared remote controls with lockout feature
  • Uses eco-friendly R410-a refrigerant
  • Protected by a 5-year parts warranty and 7-year compressor warranty
  • Universal piping assembly/line-sets (15 ft., 25 ft. or 50 ft.) required for this system: (5) 1/4 in. x 3/8 in. (sold separately)
  • Proper installation requires the use of a state licensed or certified HVAC contractor in order for the manufacturer's limited warranty to apply, please see full warranty statement for details
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How many square feet does this unit cool ?

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Please understand the response previously provided by another, referencing a load calculation. 2 homes side by side having different insulation installed in the walls, ceilings or floors will require different amounts of heat or cooling to maintain a comfort level in the homes. 1 home may have single pane windows and the other may have had new, high efficiency windows installed. 1 home may be in North Read More
Please understand the response previously provided by another, referencing a load calculation. 2 homes side by side having different insulation installed in the walls, ceilings or floors will require different amounts of heat or cooling to maintain a comfort level in the homes. 1 home may have single pane windows and the other may have had new, high efficiency windows installed. 1 home may be in North Dakota and the other in the Florida Keys. Square footage referenced in product descriptions can be utilized as a reference but should not be used as confirmation that the product will work satisfactorily in any application.
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You need a load calculation on your house to determine that.
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June 14, 2015
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This unit covers 2,000 square feet.
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With this unit , what is the BTU selections for each room j?

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For example can 2 rooms be 8,000 BTU, one 15,000 BTU and one 9,000 BTU. Also can I hold off on using the 5th zone for a future installation in my basement which is not yet ready. Thanks,
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The indoor units provided with this unit selection are 5 - 9,000 BTU indoor units. Depending on the construction of the structure and area of the country, a 15,000 BTU room would be a significant portion of the conditioned space. I would recommend having a load calculation performed to confirm your calculations as 15,000 BTU's is almost 1-1/2 tons. An option you may consider is to use 2 of the indoor Read More
The indoor units provided with this unit selection are 5 - 9,000 BTU indoor units. Depending on the construction of the structure and area of the country, a 15,000 BTU room would be a significant portion of the conditioned space. I would recommend having a load calculation performed to confirm your calculations as 15,000 BTU's is almost 1-1/2 tons. An option you may consider is to use 2 of the indoor units in the high demand zone, 1 in each of the 8,000 BTU spaces and 1 in the 9,000 BTU space. This option wouldn't leave a unused indoor unit for later use but you may consider a single unit to address that space when you are ready to condition it. Each indoor unit's capacity is individually controlled so each indoor unit is capable of reducing capacity for a lower cooling or heating load, while the other zones can continue to operate at higher capacities.
If you were to determine that the system would be adequate to operate with 4 indoor units, you can save the 5th indoor unit to install at a later date.
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August 11, 2016
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No, the wall mount units are 9,000 BTUs.
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Crawlspace installation?

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Can I install the radiator in the basement or crawlspace to warm the air under the house safely? How much distance clearance is required from adjacent objects/surfaces?
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So you are thinking when it is cold out why not heat the basement or under the house to warm the inside of the house? These systems "move" heat. So to do this is would have to remove heat from inside the home and put it under the house. So you would be freezing inside the home with a toasty basement. And in the summer you'd make the unit work inefficiently to cool the inside because the floor is getting Read More
So you are thinking when it is cold out why not heat the basement or under the house to warm the inside of the house? These systems "move" heat. So to do this is would have to remove heat from inside the home and put it under the house. So you would be freezing inside the home with a toasty basement. And in the summer you'd make the unit work inefficiently to cool the inside because the floor is getting warmer the harder it works. Read Less
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Unsure if your reference to the "radiator" is indoor or outdoor unit since the unit is a heat pump. Likely indoor: 5" clearance to either side, 6" above and 6' below. Minimum 10' of clearance of air discharge. Not within 10 ' of an antenna. not in a pool house or laundry room. Outdoor: 20" from top, 12" from non service side, 24" to service side #side with brass valves#, 78" from discharge of condenser Read More
Unsure if your reference to the "radiator" is indoor or outdoor unit since the unit is a heat pump. Likely indoor: 5" clearance to either side, 6" above and 6' below. Minimum 10' of clearance of air discharge. Not within 10 ' of an antenna. not in a pool house or laundry room. Outdoor: 20" from top, 12" from non service side, 24" to service side #side with brass valves#, 78" from discharge of condenser fan and 20" from inlet air side of the condenser. The installation instructions do not restrict placement in a basement or crawl space but local codes should be reviewed prior to purchase, to confirm this is acceptable in your area. This can be asked of your local building inspectors office. Neither should be installed in an area where combustible or corrosive material may be present.
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What's decibel rating for OUTSIDE unit?

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Since ductless units are perfect for attached townhomes w/no furnaces and therefore no ducts, the noise issue is an important one for HOA's to consider.
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The decibal rating is 34 dBA.
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