Why Choose a Universal Floor/Ceiling Heat Pump?

For maximum flexibility in a ductless system, nothing beats a universal heat pump. It cools and heats for year-round comfort. You can mount the air handler either on the ceiling or low against a wall to optimize its effectiveness. And all systems come with up to four remote controls for easy, individualized operation no matter where you place the air handler.

You’ll enjoy 2 tons of powerful capacity that can cool and heat a variety of larger spaces, including garage or attic conversions, guest rooms, workshops, home offices and additions. With a 15.0 SEER, it’s energy-efficient and cost-effective. See the full range of ductless split system features.

Like other ductless systems, this model has an outdoor condensing unit and indoor air handler connected by refrigerant and electrical lines that run through a 3″ opening in an exterior wall. You’ll need a licensed HVAC technician to connect the lines between the indoor and outdoor components.

The advantages of Inverter Technology

Friedrich universal floor/ceiling ductless split systems feature Inverter Technology, which reaches the desired temperature faster, maintains it more accurately and reduces energy consumption with fewer compressor startups and shutdowns. It also varies the speeds of the compressor, condenser and indoor fan to provide only the cooling capacity needed to reach the set temperature.

Available in heat pump

  • Heating: 24200 Btu/h
  • Comfort and Convenience

    • LCD wireless remote for each indoor unit and secured remote control holder
    • Compatible with the optional wired, wall-mounted controller
    • 24-hour timer and sleep timer
    • 4 fan speeds, cooling or heating
    • Multiple operating modes including: auto, cool, dry (dehumidification), fan-only and heat
    • Washable, reusable air filters for less maintenance
    • Continuous ‘Air Sweep’ for even distribution of air throughout the room
    • Auto-shut flaps close when unit is off for a sleeker appearance
    • Auto-restart after power interruptions
    • Auto-changeover between cooling and heating modes
    • Low-temperature operation to 0° F
    • 2 tons of cooling and heating
    • Self-diagnostics, including stored error codes
    • Fresh-air intake (requires a separate inline fan installation and ducting)