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Old 05-04-2015, 01:11 AM   #5656
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Hi, I was reading pages of this thread before deciding to post a question. Anyone has a good recommendation for a system 1. I'm looking for a system 1 for a room. Not a master bedroom though.
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Old 05-04-2015, 07:35 AM   #5657
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Hi, I was reading pages of this thread before deciding to post a question. Anyone has a good recommendation for a system 1. I'm looking for a system 1 for a room. Not a master bedroom though.
Go with ME single split or Daikin, Panasonic
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Old 05-04-2015, 11:13 AM   #5658
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Actually you can check out the specs data from SCM80 without current limitation at 2160w vs 4A38VA lock at 8kw capacity for 8.5A = 1930w only.

http://www.kimrovacstore.com/home-ai...onal-2015.html
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At part load 3.7kw, MHI is 670W, about 260w lesser than some common brand.
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Old 05-04-2015, 11:29 AM   #5659
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At part load 3.7kw, MHI is 670W, about 260w lesser than some common brand.
Just depend what capacity of part load..
ME part load at 9kw




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Old 05-04-2015, 04:39 PM   #5660
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Just depend what capacity of part load..
ME part load at 9kw



The MHI part load cop is 5.85, this should translate to savings of 100-200w, compare some common energy saving brands. In consideration of unit price and benefits, can consider.
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Old 05-04-2015, 05:06 PM   #5661
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The MHI part load cop is 5.85, this should translate to savings of 100-200w, compare some common energy saving brands. In consideration of unit price and benefits, can consider.
But ppls would be more concern on after used and maintenance and services.

Once the FCU design not to removable parts from the chemical wash cost would be increase a lot wow

ME GExxVA models can easily to access into blower and clean out as efficient air.

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Old 05-04-2015, 05:55 PM   #5662
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Just depend what capacity of part load..
ME part load at 9kw



Part load for MXY-4A38VA should be 4.5kW, cop about 5.15

I am waiting for the new model MXY-4C100VA with highest part load cop 6.33 for 5.8kW.
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Part load for MXY-4A38VA should be 4.5kW, cop about 5.15

I am waiting for the new model MXY-4C100VA with highest part load cop 6.33 for 5.8kW.
Where is the souce for MXY-4C100VA?

10kw should be system 5

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Old 05-04-2015, 08:34 PM   #5664
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Recommendation for Starmex System 2

Hi guys, need your urgent advice.

i need to urgently replace my current home system 2 (non-inverter) to Starmex System 2 Inverter. In fact have not finalize if I should get Starmex or Panasonic.

I have spoken to Tat Hai Repair Centre and Star Cool Air-Condition Engineering. Both quoted very similiar price.

As I will be posted overseas in about 3 years time. I really need this investment a worth it one as the current Panasonic Sys 2 Non-Inverter only lasted 6yrs.

Anyone has recommendation of retailer or contractor and what piping to look out for or any other details?

Thanks and best regards.
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Hi guys, need your urgent advice.

i need to urgently replace my current home system 2 (non-inverter) to Starmex System 2 Inverter. In fact have not finalize if I should get Starmex or Panasonic.

I have spoken to Tat Hai Repair Centre and Star Cool Air-Condition Engineering. Both quoted very similiar price.

As I will be posted overseas in about 3 years time. I really need this investment a worth it one as the current Panasonic Sys 2 Non-Inverter only lasted 6yrs.

Anyone has recommendation of retailer or contractor and what piping to look out for or any other details?

Thanks and best regards.
Panasonic almost the same from previous design and added some extra feature like econavi else..

If you want enjoy the comfort air with more quiet operates should go with Starmex inverter.
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Old 05-04-2015, 11:18 PM   #5666
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To sirbrian,

How much is ur quote for the system 2?
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Old 06-04-2015, 05:07 PM   #5667
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Recommendation for System 4 Inverter Air-cons and vendor

Hi Guys,

Sorry to trouble you.
I just got my BTO apartment and is sourcing for Air-con.
I have done some research online and have decided to get an inverted air-con, system 4 for my home.
But there are so many options out there and i'm very lost.

I'm looking into some vendors but the quotes are about 3.9-4.4k.
Can anyone recommend any brands or vendors which i can get better offers or good after-service?
thanks!

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Old 06-04-2015, 05:21 PM   #5668
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Hi Guys,

Sorry to trouble you.
I just got my BTO apartment and is sourcing for Air-con.
I have done some research online and have decided to get an inverted air-con, system 4 for my home.
But there are so many options out there and i'm very lost.

I'm looking into some vendors but the quotes are about 3.9-4.4k.
Can anyone recommend any brands or vendors which i can get better offers or good after-service?
thanks!

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Pana, ME, MHI, Daikin also the best
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Old 06-04-2015, 05:31 PM   #5669
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I recently bought Panasonic system 4 from Gain City last month. Was given $200 NTUC voucher/$240 Gain city voucher and one panasonic microwave oven.

Overall usage: Very cool. with just 26 degree, it already feels so cold that i have to wear T-shirt at home (usually i dun). With nanoe & Econavi Airpurifying feature, i also feels that i dun have sinus problem while using my old LG one.
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Old 06-04-2015, 06:11 PM   #5670
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Guys, thanks alot for the info.
i was also referred to Gain City.
Just that lost with which brand to go to.
i was thinking of LG or Daikin but it seems like the price is slightly higher than others.
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