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Inverter technology in air conditioning systems has been around for a number of years now and is one of the best choices for air conditioning for Perth homes.

Daikin Inverters are known to regulate the power needed to get to the set temperature – which is much superior to previous non-inverter air conditioners that have large fluctuations in air temperature.

Inverters are known to be an environmentally friendly choice of air conditioner as they regulate the speed of the compressor to the demand of the cooling or heating needed – perfect for the Perth weather. Inverters are quieter and have extra energy savings in comparison to standard air conditioners.

Non-inverters run on a stop/start set up like your fridge, stopping once reaching the set temperature, then starting when the room drops 2 degrees below set temperature. This constant change in air temperature uses a lot more power and obviously is less efficient.

Also, non-inverter systems start at full power which drains power from the rest of the house and sometimes can even cause lights to dim.

Daikin Premium Inverter

Daikin Premium Inverter systems have a more powerful compressor than the Standard Inverter systems. The Premium Inverter is 10% more powerful than the Standard.

The piping on the Premium Inverter between the indoor and outdoor units can be as long as 75 metres. This long piping allows more options to decide where to place the outdoor units.

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Daikin Inverter

Daikin Inverter systems are a discreet air conditioner with flexible duct locations throughout your house.

Although the Inverters have a lower capacity than the Premium Inverter, they only take marginally longer to reach the rooms set temperature on startup. Once the desired temperature is reached, the Inverter effortlessly maintains the set temperature.

MEPS (Minimum Energy Performance Standards)

MEPS were introduced in 2001 to ensure that air conditioning systems with a cooling capacity of up to 65kw are more energy efficient. Air Conditioning energy compliant – Acsis Air

Daikin’s air conditioners are energy efficient as well as quiet and reliable. You can be assured their units exceed the minimum MEPS requirements.

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Daikin Ducted System

Daikin ducted air conditioning systems are the perfect choice if you want to air condition your whole home.

Most government departments choose Daikin air conditioners as they are recognised as one of the quietest and most reliable systems on the market.

The indoor unit is normally installed in the ceiling space but can also be installed under the floor in some instances. The flexible duct connects all rooms to the indoor unit with grilles fitted to the ceiling so the systems are unobtrusive.

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Daikin Air Conditioning Split Systems in Perth

A split system air conditioner is designed to cool one room or area at a time.

Split systems come in a range of models from wall mounted systems, floor consoles and ceiling units.

Daikin split systems are perfect for people with allergies. Daikin systems are the only air conditioners to show the Sensitive Choice Butterfly symbol, so people with asthma and allergy sensitivities can easily recognise suitability.

The Daikin Air Purifier and most Daikin split systems come with Titanium Apatite Photo catalytic Air Purifying filters which assist in breaking down odours and deactivating bacteria and viruses.

Daikin Super Multi Split System Aircons

Daikin multi-split systems are a great solution when there is no ceiling space to run ductwork or if you have restricted space outdoors for the outdoor unit.

Multi-split systems allow you to air condition a maximum of nine rooms while only needing one outdoor unit.

Multi-split systems also allow you better control over each room, so you only air condition the rooms being used, which is very energy efficient.

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Our Nation experiences extreme variations and thresholds in weather and climate. Wherever you reside in Australia; Dakin facilitates the perfect in-home climate so you can always feel comfortable in your own home.

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Feel free to get in touch with us on (08) 9331 4366 for more information about how we can improve your Perth home.

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The screen symbols on a modern Daikin Airconditioning remote.

The Daikin AC remote controller comes with some symbols that owners should know about. This way, they can operate the air conditioner efficiently.

Here are the symbols that you will see on most Daikin AC remote controls and what they mean:

Daikin Air Conditioner Remote Symbols

  • Snowflake: It means COOL mode is on, which you can access through the MODE button.
  • Dark Sun: This symbol means that HEAT mode is turned on.
  • Two Droplets of Water Inside a Box: It means that the DRY function is on, which eliminates the humidity in the room.
  • Fan Blades: If you see fan blades in the LCD of the remote control, it means that the ventilation function is on.
  • Letter A with Arrows Around It: This denotes that the automatic function of the unit is on. It will run based on the ambient temperature in the room.
  • Tiny Human Flexing Both Arms: This symbol means that the function is in “powerful” mode. Turning this feature on will force the machine to operate at its full capacity for about 20 minutes.
  • Arrow Pointing Downwards: This is Econo/Quiet operation and in Econo enables efficient operation by limiting the maximum power consumption. By pressing this button again outdoor unit quiet operation lowers the noise level of the outdoor unit by changing the frequency and fan speed of the outdoor unit. This function is convenient during the night-time operation.
  • A Pine Tree with the Moon: It means that quiet operation is on, which essentially turns on the internal fan speed down to make the indoor unit quieter.
  • Clock: This allows you to set the day of the week and time of the day as well as setting the timer function.

All these symbols are found on the LCD of the remote control. The LCD itself shows all the current settings for the AC.

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If the AC does not turn on, you may have to reset it. Perform these two checks first:

  • The operation lamp does not work. Make sure the circuit breaker hasn’t tripped or the fuse is not damaged, and you do not have a power failure. Also check the batteries in the remote.
  • The operation lamp flashes a green light. Turn the circuit breaker off. Wait about 5 minutes before you turn it back on again.

The method of resetting the air conditioner will depend on what the problem is:

  • The AC remote control is not working. Reset the controller first, which you can do by pressing and holding the ON/OFF button for about two seconds. Then, release the button and touch it again once to stop the operation completely. Press it once more, so it starts to operate again.
  • Daikin unit keeps turning off on its own. Don’t stress on it because it could easily be a malfunctioning unit. Just wait for about three minutes so that the AC will begin working normally again.

Most of the time, you can reset the system with the following steps:

  1. Reboot the power by checking the outdoor unit.
  2. Locate the isolator switch, which is usually just next to the outdoor unit. Turn it off.
  3. If your system does not come with an isolator, you can power off the circuit breaker instead.
  4. The power is now turned off to the system, allowing the unit to reset.
  5. After 5 minutes, turn the isolator or circuit breaker on.
  6. Turn the unit on after a few minutes.

If the unit simply stops working or is running problematically, you can perform the steps above. It will mostly work, especially if the problem is related to powering up the AC.

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