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Rinnai Inverter Split System HSNRA##

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A Reverse Cycle Split System you can use all year round.

Come home to complete comfort with the Rinnai D Series Reverse Cycle Split System. Its leading inverter technology delivers powerful heating and cooling
with an ability to operate in temperature extremes ranging from -15°C to 52°C.

Equipped to meet the demand of modern lifestyles, this innovative reverse cycle air conditioner boasts an intelligent dehumidifying mode to efficiently manage room humidity levels and includes Wi-Fi control, timer functions and sleep mode amongst a host of other practical operations.

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Wi-Fi Control

Set your favourite temperature from anywhere, with our intuitive Android or Apple App. Come home to ultimate comfort.

Inverter Technology

To maintain consistent temperature and reduce running costs in comparison to conventional Air Conditioners.

Quiet Operation

Designed to keep noise levels to a minimum without affecting performance, thanks to a cleverly designed air tunnel optimised to deliver better air distribution. 3D Airflow Air blades can be controlled to swing both horizontally and vertically, allowing for balanced room temperature and comfort.

Heating & Cooling

All year round comfort, with full temperature control suited to your needs. Turbo Function Quickly cool in summer or swiftly warm in winter. Dehumidifying Mode Efficiently manages room humidity levels to ensure optimum comfort levels during humid summer days.


A delay ON or OFF timer allows you to select a period of time (from 30 minutes to 24 hours), the unit will turn either on or off depending on its current status.

Sleep Mode

The D Series intelligent sleep mode operates on a two-way temperature control that modulates up and down to mimic outside ambient temperatures, ensuring a comfortable sleep.

Demand Control

Equipped with demand response capability (DRED) to help reduce overall power consumption at critical peak load times.**

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