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post Jan 16 2022, 03:46 PM

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QUOTE(sleyer @ Jan 16 2022, 10:04 AM)
Aircond for living area should be non inventer rite? 1.5hp or 2hp?
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2hp inverter. Its more comfortable.
1.5hp only suitable for very small living room like old flat design. Coz 1.5 is actually 1.2 or 1.3hp in reality if u see the btu vs 1.0

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lawrencehl
post Jan 17 2022, 03:25 PM

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Hi guys , any idea how to make temperature auto adjust according below?

10pm on
10pm-1am 23degree
1am-6am 26degree
6am off
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post Jan 17 2022, 04:39 PM

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QUOTE(lawrencehl @ Jan 17 2022, 03:25 PM)
Hi guys , any idea how to make temperature auto adjust according below?

10pm on
10pm-1am 23degree
1am-6am 26degree
6am off
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I dont think our current market ac are that smart level yet.

Set temp to 24/25 and fan to auto mode.
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post Jan 17 2022, 08:02 PM

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QUOTE(lawrencehl @ Jan 17 2022, 03:25 PM)
Hi guys , any idea how to make temperature auto adjust according below?

10pm on
10pm-1am 23degree
1am-6am 26degree
6am off
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Something like this can help with making a schedule of the times and temperatures you need.
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Disclaimer : Not recommending or not this model, just picking the first one I found. Example store has no association with me.

I am unable to recommend any item without knowing what your model of air cond/software/features you require, but I can say my similar setup does work with my air cond to turn ON/OFF, set temperature, etc, according to a schedule.

There is a discussion similar to what you require in the Smart Home thread.

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post Jan 18 2022, 12:26 AM

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Hi, I am looking for 1.5hp inverter 5 star ac for a small room but with very high ceiling.

hence i have shortlisted this model:

https://www.hisense.com.my/product/r32-inve...nditioner-tugs/

it have
- strong airflow(as advertised)
- having 5 star energy rating
- having 12522 BTU

Anyone uses this model before or any other model recommendation?


Also, I would like to ask, the existing aircond point is too high, is it possible to lower it ? and by doing so, probably need to add the drainage pump, to pump the waste water back to the original pipe which on the above.

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post Jan 18 2022, 12:50 AM

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QUOTE(IceBikers @ Jan 18 2022, 12:26 AM)
Hi, I am looking for 1.5hp inverter 5 star ac for a small room but with very high ceiling.

hence i have shortlisted this model:

https://www.hisense.com.my/product/r32-inve...nditioner-tugs/

it have
- strong airflow(as advertised)
- having  5 star energy rating
- having 12522 BTU

Anyone uses this model before or any other model recommendation?
Also, I would like to ask, the existing aircond point is too high, is it possible to lower it ? and by doing so, probably need to add the drainage pump, to pump the waste water back to the original pipe which on the above.
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Having it high is more effective cooling..hot air rises..cold air sinks. Plus your drain pipe can slope very nicely so as NOT to collect water or slow water movement. This luxury of high ceiling and high mounting eliminate a lot of aircon drain clogged with algae jelly issue.
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post Jan 18 2022, 06:15 AM

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QUOTE(IceBikers @ Jan 18 2022, 12:26 AM)
Hi, I am looking for 1.5hp inverter 5 star ac for a small room but with very high ceiling.

hence i have shortlisted this model:

https://www.hisense.com.my/product/r32-inve...nditioner-tugs/

it have
- strong airflow(as advertised)
- having  5 star energy rating
- having 12522 BTU

Anyone uses this model before or any other model recommendation?
Also, I would like to ask, the existing aircond point is too high, is it possible to lower it ? and by doing so, probably need to add the drainage pump, to pump the waste water back to the original pipe which on the above.
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If is a small room, I suggest you reposition the piping + wiring lower and do a false ceiling b4 instaling the ac. After that, a 1hp will suffice. If the false ceiling is not possible, repositioning is important.

When ac position is too high, it will be troublesome to do simple diy like cleaning the filters and instead have to call for service.

Adding a pump is not feasible as there will not be enough water for the pump to work and it will get burnt unless you have a collection pail and do it once a day. Having said that, you dont need a pump and can just manually throw the water away.

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post Jan 18 2022, 02:02 PM

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QUOTE(stormer.lyn @ Jan 17 2022, 08:02 PM)
Something like this can help with making a schedule of the times and temperatures you need.
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Disclaimer : Not recommending or not this model, just picking the first one I found. Example store has no association with me.

I am unable to recommend any item without knowing what your model of air cond/software/features you require, but I can say my similar setup does work with my air cond to turn ON/OFF, set temperature, etc, according to a schedule.

There is a discussion similar to what you require in the Smart Home thread.
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Ok, thanks

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post Jan 18 2022, 09:11 PM

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Hi, sifus.

I'm currently looking to replace a 1hp air cond for a small room. Trying to utilised the save 3.0 rebate.

I've been looking at
1) Daikin FTKF 1.0hp inverter
2) Sharp AHXP10YMD 1.0hp inverter model.

Can hardly find much review on sharp air cond.

Wondering if anyone who's currently using either one of the model can share their experience with their unit.

Open to others recommendation as well as I'm really unfamiliar with air cond.

Much appreciated for your help. 🙏🙏
sijun
post Jan 19 2022, 03:42 PM

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QUOTE(lukejey @ Jan 18 2022, 09:11 PM)
Hi, sifus.

I'm currently looking to replace a 1hp air cond for a small room. Trying to utilised the save 3.0 rebate.

I've been looking at
1) Daikin FTKF 1.0hp inverter
2) Sharp AHXP10YMD 1.0hp inverter model.

Can hardly find much review on sharp air cond.

Wondering if anyone who's currently using either one of the model can share their experience with their unit.

Open to others recommendation as well as I'm really unfamiliar with air cond.

Much appreciated for your help. 🙏🙏
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I'd say if the difference in price is not much, then just go daikin.
I've used sharp before. Parts may be hard to come by if there are any issue.
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post Jan 19 2022, 08:01 PM

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QUOTE(sijun @ Jan 19 2022, 03:42 PM)
I'd say if the difference in price is not much, then just go daikin.
I've used sharp before. Parts may be hard to come by if there are any issue.
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Thanks for your input. Haha. I actually went and survey and ask some shop, 1 suggested me mitsubishi Mr. Slim and get a seperate plasma purifier. They told me the plasma purifying function integrated in the air cond is very weak, if really want then should get a stand alone air purifier for better result. And mitsubishi is more long lasting, faster cooling and quiet compare to daikin.

Do you happen to know if Mit > Daikin? Price also more less the same for 1hp.
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post Jan 19 2022, 08:43 PM

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QUOTE(lukejey @ Jan 19 2022, 08:01 PM)
Thanks for your input. Haha. I actually went and survey and ask some shop, 1 suggested me mitsubishi Mr. Slim and get a seperate plasma purifier. They told me the plasma purifying function integrated in the air cond is very weak, if really want then should get a stand alone air purifier for better result. And mitsubishi is more long lasting, faster cooling and quiet compare to daikin.

Do you happen to know if Mit > Daikin? Price also more less the same for 1hp.
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See spec sheet on btu
FTKF 1hp 9000 nominal rated, 9200 btu turbo. laugh.gif think BMW316. Buying for badge only.

MSY-JS10VF 2,730 - 9,212 btu also kind of a BMW316.

Hitachi RAS-SX10CKM BTU/h : 9,210(3,070-11,260)

Sharp AHX9VED2 nominal 9700 rated (3070 - 10000)

Don't forget to check out GREE lomo queen inverter as well.
GWC09ACC-K6DNA5D 9,212 ( 1,706 - 11,942)

So the point is.. dont buy for the badge only.
There are proper BMW 325 to buy.
Even from "BMW":

FTKU 1hp 9,700 (3,700-11,600)

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sijun
post Yesterday, 07:47 AM

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QUOTE(lukejey @ Jan 19 2022, 08:01 PM)
Thanks for your input. Haha. I actually went and survey and ask some shop, 1 suggested me mitsubishi Mr. Slim and get a seperate plasma purifier. They told me the plasma purifying function integrated in the air cond is very weak, if really want then should get a stand alone air purifier for better result. And mitsubishi is more long lasting, faster cooling and quiet compare to daikin.

Do you happen to know if Mit > Daikin? Price also more less the same for 1hp.
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an ac is an ac to me. any additional function is secondary. I base my ac on price > serviceability > performance > anything else.

I've also used mitsubishi before, but have no idea what model. mostly very old mitsubishi heavy industries ones. cant comment.
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QUOTE(lukejey @ Jan 19 2022, 08:01 PM)
Thanks for your input. Haha. I actually went and survey and ask some shop, 1 suggested me mitsubishi Mr. Slim and get a seperate plasma purifier. They told me the plasma purifying function integrated in the air cond is very weak, if really want then should get a stand alone air purifier for better result. And mitsubishi is more long lasting, faster cooling and quiet compare to daikin.

Do you happen to know if Mit > Daikin? Price also more less the same for 1hp.
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Air purifier is ALL about the filters. If one compare the filters for both it is very obvious that the salesman advise is a good one.
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finally got my pana x-premium installed, when i use iAUTO-X, the air cond like blasting at full power all the time and quite noisy, is it normal?

i thought it will automatic adjust the power....
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QUOTE(claudetan @ Jan 21 2022, 10:07 AM)
finally got my pana x-premium installed, when i use iAUTO-X, the air cond like blasting at full power all the time and quite noisy, is it normal?

i thought it will automatic adjust the power....
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iAUTO-X should be the "powerful" mode where the aircond redline to get you fast to the desired temperature... I think can last for 2 hours the most then revert back to normal.
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QUOTE(celciuz @ Jan 21 2022, 10:43 AM)
iAUTO-X should be the "powerful" mode where the aircond redline to get you fast to the desired temperature... I think can last for 2 hours the most then revert back to normal.
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ic, so misleading, i thought it Auto something haha

 

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