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Fujitsu Multi-Position Air Handler Compatible with XLTH Systems

Fujitsu General America’s multi-position air handler units are now compatible with the company’s XLTH (extra low temperature heating) outdoor units, which provide heating capacity at outdoor temperatures as low as -15°F.

The versatile Fujitsu multi-position air handler

Available in four sizes from 24,000 to 48,000 BTU/H, the multi-position air handlers feature all-aluminum indoor unit coils, high static pressure capability, indoor sound levels as low as 24 dBA and adaptive fan motor control for optimum comfort.

Minimal clearance is needed on three sides of the indoor unit, with only 21 inches clearance needed in the front for service. Down-flow and horizontal right kits come standard with each system. Field-installed electric heat kits up to 15.5kW are factory provided. External input/output interface for third-party systems is optional.

WiFi compatibility is also optional so that systems can be controlled remotely through Fujitsu’s FGLair mobile app, and smart home services such as Amazon Echo or Google Home.

Optional accessories include wired remote controller, simple remote controller, wireless LAN interface, third-party thermostat converter, external input and output PCB, external connect kit, electric heater kit, combustible floor base, and an external filter box.

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