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DVM S2 Max Heat®

  • Available Capacities
  • 6 to 24 tons

Cold remedy.

DVM S2 Max Heat® is the latest generation of Samsung low ambient VRF systems boasting high heating performance at -22°F (-30°C) with 100% heating capacity at -13°F (-25°C).

6, 8 and 10 ton modules available in both Heat Pump and Heat Recovery. Connect up to 3 units for system capacities up to 24 tons.

  • AC Features

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      With the ability to produce 100% heating capacity at -13°F (-25°C), our DVM S2 Max Heat® systems are a smart solution for commercial buildings in areas that experience low outdoor ambient temperature.

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      DVM S2 systems feature Artificial Intelligence (AI) with Deep Neural Network algorithms¹ to optimize system operation with high and low pressure control, defrost cycle activation and operation, and low refrigerant monitoring. The new AI technology allows the equipment to operate at exact target pressures and temperatures based on application to save energy.

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      Learns the recent cooling operation pattern² so that the memory cycle status can help reach a targeted low pressure to create the cooling environment desired by the user. To control high pressure, the system automatically recognizes the installed system pipe length and vertical separation and adjusts the target high pressure and reduces unnecessary high pressure, thereby reducing the energy used by the compressor by up to 15%².

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      Uses data from various sensors embedded in indoor and outdoor units to determine the amount of refrigerant required to maintain the system and ensure the best performance³. The system also monitors refrigerant volume in real time during cooling operation and displays a warning code for checkup on the outdoor unit PCB and in central controls (conditions apply).

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      Learns and trends fan motor current to detect ice formation on the condenser coil during heating operation. This also detects temperature in order to increase heating operation duration between defrost cycles to reduce overall defrost cycle duration.

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      High performance sub-cooling control allows reduction of main liquid pipe diameter from the outdoor unit to the first HR MCU or Y-joint to reduce overall system charge by an average of over 30%. Accordingly, the installation site can reduce not only the cost of refrigerant, but also the cost of piping and insulation. Conditions apply.

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      Our indoor units offer superior performance, flexible installation, and ease of operation. These units employ innovative technologies, like our WindFree™* Cooling technology, to optimize comfort in any environment. With over 10 different types of indoor units, ranging from 5,000 to 96,000 Btu/h, there are solutions for almost any application.

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      DVM S2 systems offer installation flexibility with extended piping length up to 722 ft., vertical separation up to 361 ft. between the outdoor unit and furthest indoor unit, and 164 ft.⁴ between the highest and lowest indoor units.

  • Brochures & Literature

    • Pairs with

    • Controls

      Wi-Fi Adapter

      DMS 2.5

      DMS 2.5
      + BACnet Gateway

      DMS 2.5
      + LonWorks Gateway
      Pulse Input Module
      Touch Centralized

      Modbus Adapter

    Additional Information

    Product Registration Required. 
    Conditions Apply.

    The AHRI Certified® mark indicates Samsung's participation in the AHRI Certification program. For verification of individual certified products, go to www.ahridirectory.org.

    †Available for download on the Google™ Play store and App Store®. A network connection is required. Samsung application account is necessary.

    DVM-Pro 2 design software is available for download at SamsungHVAC.com.

    *The WindFree™ unit delivers an air current that is under 0.15 m/s while in WindFree™ mode.  Air velocity that is below 0.15 m/s is considered “still air” as defined by ASHRAE 55-2013 (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers).

    ¹Machine learning technology built on artificial neural networks (ANN) to enable computers to learn on their own using multiple data points.

    ²Conditions apply. Refer to technical documents for more information.

    ³Requires an initial dedicated refrigerant check function during commissioning.

    ⁴Applies to heat pump models. Heat recovery models provide 131 ft. between the highest and lowest indoor units.

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