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Trane® / Mitsubishi Electric

Nv Series Indoor Units

Trane® / Mitsubishi Electric

Nv Series Indoor Units

Mini-split solutions for any space

All indoor unit models offer optimal comfort, quiet operation and seamless support—from design and installation to ongoing maintenance. Options include ductless and ducted units, with capabilities that are further customizable with VRF controls.

Ductless Solutions

Seamlessly integrate VRF into the layout of individual rooms or small building zones


TPKFY

High-Wall Units (0.5 to 2.5 tons) (Model TPKFY)

 

Product Information

Installation

Six feet or higher horizontally on a vertical surface

How They Work

Discharge supply air from the bottom which then returns through the top

Best Practices
  • Installing too high may decrease performance

  • Generally work best when there are no obstructions within ten feet to prevent air flow “bounce back” and short cycling

Common Commercial Installations
  • Building Lobbies

  • Historical Retrofits


TTPLFY

Recessed Ceiling Cassettes (0.75 to 4 tons) (Model TTPLFY)

 

Product Information

Installation

Flush with a horizontal drop, finished ceiling surface or exposed ceiling plan

How They Work
  • Provide conditioned air for up to four directions with a central return

  • Each of the four vanes is fully customizable to provide 72 unique airflow patterns for comfort requirements 

  • Indirect or direct airflow settings direct supply air away from or toward room occupants

Best Practices
  • The discharge opening should be a minimum of five feet from vertical obstructions to prevent drafts and condensation

  • For uniform performance, the height of cassettes is generally limited to ten feet above the finished floor

  • Avoid installing cassettes too close to each other, as this may lead to temperature issues 

  • Work best when installed offset to the side of a room

Common Commercial Installations
  • Office Spaces

  • Lobbies

  • Classrooms

  • Conference Rooms


TPMFY

Recessed One-Way Ceiling Cassettes (0.5 to 1.25 tons) (Model TPMFY)

Product Information

Installation

Flush with horizontal or finished ceiling surfaces

How They Work
  • Similar to the proceeding unit, but it’s designed with a single supply air discharge instead

  • Provide conditioned air in one direction with a central return 

  • The vane is fully customizable to provide 72 unique airflow patterns for comfort requirements

  • Indirect or direct airflow settings direct supply air away from or toward room occupants

Best Practices
  • The discharge opening should be a minimum of five feet from vertical obstructions to prevent drafts and condensation

  • For uniform performance, the height of cassettes is generally limited to ten feet above the finished floor

  • Avoid installing cassettes too close to each other, as this may lead to temperature issues 

  • Work best when installed offset to the side of a room

Common Commercial Installations
  • Hallways

  • Open Office Spaces

  • Lobbies

  • Classrooms

  • Conference Rooms


TPFFY

Floor-Mounted Units (0.5 to 2 tons) (Model TPFFY)

Product Information

Installation

Mounted or stood on a floor

How They Work
  • Resemble traditional fan coil or cabinet heater-style HVAC systems

  • Available as exposed or recessed styles with a top discharge

  • The bottom return cannot be obstructed

Common Commercial Installations
  • Classrooms

  • Office Spaces

  • Corridors

  • Lobbies

Ducted Solutions

Discreetly incorporate VRF in interior layouts to support building spaces


TPEFY

Low Static Ducted Units (0.5 to 2 tons) (Model TPEFY)

 

Product Information

Installation

Horizontally concealed or exposed in a ceiling, floor, attic or behind a bulkhead

How They Work
  • Sacrifice performance for a low-profile construction

  • Have short duct runs from three to six feet, with minimal filtration

  • May not have the static pressure capability to support an external filter rack

Common Commercial Installations
  • Hotel Rooms (Installed Over Bathrooms)

  • Small Office Spaces

  • Exposed Spot Cooling Without Ductwork 


TPEFY

Medium Static Ducted Units (0.5 to 4.5 tons) (Model TPEFY)

Product Information

Installation

Horizontally concealed or exposed in a ceiling, floor, attic or behind a bulkhead

How They Work

Support external filter racks with MERV-rated filters and the associated supply and return ductwork

Common Commercial Installations
  • Office Spaces

  • Classrooms

  • Hotels

  • Assisted Living Facilities


TPEFY

High Static Ducted Units (1.25 to 8 tons) (Model TPEFY)

 

Product Information

Installation

Horizontally concealed or exposed in a ceiling, floor, attic or behind a bulkhead

How They Work
  • These units are the largest standard-capacity VRF fan coils

  • They require external filter racks, with MERV-rated filters

Best Practices

The high static pressure of these units is most beneficial when using distributed supply and return ductwork serving multiple spaces

Common Commercial Installations
  • Office Spaces

  • Classrooms

  • Small Auditoriums


TPVFY

Multi-Position Air-Handlers (Model TPVFY)

 

Product Information

Installation

Up-flow, horizontal left, horizontal right or down-flow configurations

How They Work
  • Resemble residential-style air handlers

  • These units may include electric resistance heaters

  • Multi-position units are installed with ducted supply and return

  • It is possible to “twin” units to serve larger zones

Best Practices

Downflow installations may require a condensate management kit

Common Commercial Installations
  • Multi-Tenant Buildings 

  • Hotels

  • Attics

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