Solar Air Conditioner Heat Pump | 12000 BTU | Direct Solar Input

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  • $1,696.00
  • Regular price $1,884.00
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The EG4 Solar AC is one of the most innovative ductless heat pump/air conditioners available; reduce your electric bill and keep your home the temperature you want with this energy-efficient appliance. Featuring the ability to plug directly into solar panels, this system accepts DC power from their PV array without the need for an intermediary device during the day or can draw AC power from the grid at night or during overcast days. Users of the EG4 Solar Mini-Split AC can save money when compared to conventional central air conditioning systems. Pair this unit with a small string of solar panels to immediately begin heating and cooling your property. 

Its compact size, sleek design, and new Plug-N-Cool technology make this EG4 Mini-Split a Do-It-Yourself project. Plug-C-Cool allows the EG4 Mini-Split to be easily installed, cooling and heating quickly in virtually any living space or workplace. 

Included:

  • Indoor Head Unit
  • Outdoor Unit
  • Pre-Charged Lineset & Electrical Wire - 16.4Ft
  • LCD Remote Control
  • Installation Accessories

New Plug-n-Cool Technology Easy Do-It-Yourself Installation 

Allows for quick and easy connection via the quick-connect self-closing companion valves. Plug-n-cool allows you to install this innovative mini-split system without special tools, equipment, or training. No need to pull a vacuum. 

Features

  • Hybrid - AC/DC Driven
      • Power from the grid or PV array - No inverter, battery, or charge controller necessary!
  • 100% energy saving in the daytime.
      • Daytime power comes directly from solar. 
  • Plug and Play
      • MC4 Connectors attach directly to PV wire. 
  • AC grid power limiter
      • Limit AC power from 0-600W

  • AC power mode,  DC power mode, AC+DC mix power supply (AC/DC Auto Balance)
     
  • Wide operating temperature  (-10℃ to 58 ℃)
  • Highly Efficient
    • Perfect for off-grid, solar, or energy-efficient projects!

 

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