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Four features of the Complete Air Management System

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Four features of the Complete Air Management System

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Full-Auto Algorithm

Temperature, humidity, CO2, and PM 2.5 levels are detected with Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) sensors and automatically managed in the Cloud, to maintain stable room temperature and humidity and optimal air quality.

4sensors constantly monitor

Detecting air quality with temperature, humidity, CO2, and PM 2.5 sensors built into the remote controller

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Flow of sensing

IAQ sensors automatically control indoor air quality and heating and cooling.

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Easily control the system at home or remotely



Air volume

Air volume

When the room is hot

Rapid cooling and air purification

To ensure efficient cooling, ventilation is set to off until the temperature goes down.



Air volume

Air volume

When the room is contaminated

Air purification

When the PM 2.5 or CO2 level is high, the Complete Air Management System works to adjust air volume to purify. When ventilation air volume is high, air conditioning air volume is also high to maintain stable temperature.

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User-Friendly Control

Just set the room temperature to your preferred level via Panasonic Comfort Cloud.

Before using

How to set up the Complete Air Management System

Key Functions

IAQ Visualizing




All Functions Overview

How to use the Complete Air Management System

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Fresh Air Management

Bring in fresh air with a filter-equipped supply fan to maintain comfortable indoor air quality.

Supply fan to maintain fresh air indoors

Sensors detect rising CO2 concentration. Fresh air is supplied, controlling indoor air freshness.

A diagram controlling CO2 concentration in a room

More than 95% of PM 2.5 is removed

A high-performance filter removes PM 2.5 to ensure that only fresh, clean air can enter the room.

A diagram filtering PM 2.5 from the air

CO2 level inside the space is significantly reduced over time.

The supply fan is off, when CO2 levels are the same inside the space as they are outside.

A chart showing reduction of PM 2.5 level
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Energy Saving

70% energy saving compared to window ventilation when heat load is reduced by optimising ventilation air volume

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If you ventilate by opening the windows, a lot of heat from the outside air will enter.

Air conditioner operational load: high
Air conditioner electrical consumption: high

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If you ventilate with a supply fan to bring in fresh air, you regulate the volume of air that enters.

Air conditioner operational load: stable
Air conditioner electrical consumption: minimised

Simulation of electrical consumption by means of ventilation

A diagram comparing energy consumptions