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Variable Refrigerant Flow System

Johnson Controls, Inc., Milwaukee, Wis., introduced a variable refrigerant flow (VRF) system to Asia—the YORK YES Series DC inverter. This product brings energyJohnson Controls energy efficient AC unit savings, comfort, wide ambient range, versatility and smart control.

YORK YES Series is said to have one of the highest Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) of up to 4.0 and Integrated Part Load Value (IPLV) approaching 6.0, helping building owners achieve substantial energy savings.

The wide ambient temperature range enables YORK YES Series to operate under extreme weather conditions—as low as -20°C for heating and as high as 52°C for cooling—making it suitable for the different climates across Asia.

Furthermore, YORK YES Series is versatile with unparalleled flexibility for installation, commissioning and product software selection. The comprehensive suite of smart control solutions include touch screen-wired controllers, central controllers, smart home connection and building automation systems featuring Johnson Controls’ Metasys Building Management System.

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