Wind-Free™* Mini 4-Way Cassette
- Available Capacities (Btu/h)
- 9K / 12K / 18K
The Wind-Free™* Mini 4-Way Cassette fascia panel is designed to fit in a standard 2x2 ft. ceiling grid without interfering with adjacent ceiling tiles, lights, or sprinkler systems.
ELIMINATES COLD DRAFTS
Wind-Free™* Cooling technology maintains the desired temperature and eliminates cold drafts by delivering air through micro holes on the unit's fascia panel when the louvers are closed, producing a dispersed and gentle flow of air defined as "still air." The Wind-Free™* Mini 4-Way Cassette fascia panel includes a humidity sensor to prevent condensation by restricting Wind-Free™* operation in high humidity conditions. Wind-Free™* operation is available in cooling mode only.
Through the SmartThings app, you can operate your unit from almost anywhere, at any time†.
INDIVIDUAL BLADE CONTROL
With independent louver control, the four louver blades can be individually set at the same or different angles within a 32-65° range.
MAXIMIZE ENERGY SAVINGS
A Motion Detection Sensor (MDS) will automatically turn off or change the set temperature based on room occupancy, and learn occupancy patterns to reduce run time between occupied and unoccupied times. Use of MDS is optional (sensor sold separately).
QUIET AIR DISTRIBUTION
The aerodynamically designed turbo fan minimizes blade movement noise. Plus, the turbo fan’s wide blades provide evenly distributed cooling and heating from four separate outlets so the entire room cools down or warms up faster.
Brochures & Literature
|Product Registration Required. |
|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.|
|*The Wind-Free™ unit delivers an air current that is under 0.15 m/s while in Wind-Free™ 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).|