The Mitsubishi MXZ-4C36NA2 is a heat pump condenser designed to be used in multi zone system setups. As one air handler is needed per room that you are trying to heat and cool, multiple single zone condensers can take up a lot of space in your yard, making a multi zone unit more practical in many applications.
- 36,000 BTU multi zone heat pump condenser
- Variable speed Inverter-driven compressor
- Quiet operation
- Supports enhanced comfort down to -4°F
The Mitsubishi MXZ-4C36NA2 is rated at 36,000 BTU, which generally should be the same or greater than the total BTU count across all air handlers that this unit is paired with. In some instances, a certified pairing will have a higher BTU count total than this condenser’s rating. This is intentional, as the condenser can easily handle more, however anything higher than this rating can potentially lower the speed that the unit can heat and cool, as well as limit the functional outputs of each air handler if they are all running at the same time.
Please note that in order to function, this heat pump condenser must be installed with compatible air handlers, controllers, and other installation equipment, available at an additional cost
Mitsubishi offers a 5 year parts and 7 year compressor warranty on all of its products. When the unit is registered online through the manufacturer after an installation that follows your state and local codes, the warranty is upgraded to a 10 year parts and compressor warranty.
With its variable speed compressor, the MXZ-4C36NA2 can provide more precise adjustments to the covered spaces with the right air handlers. This also slightly improves electrical efficiency by ramping the compressor up and down based on the unit’s air handlers’ needs, as well as providing a more stable temperature output from the connected air handlers to provide superior comfort.
For ease of control, many air handlers that are compatible with the MXZ-4C36NA2 can use any Mitsubishi-brand thermostat or adapter. The most convenient to control—the Kumo cloud WiFi adapter, found here—allows each air handler to be accessed from anywhere that you have Internet. Please note that in most applications, you will need one thermostat or adapter per indoor air handler that you want to be able to control with it.