Ductless Split Systems

Get the benefits of a central system without installing costly ductwork. Cool up to four rooms with a single system!

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Wall-Mounted Ductless Split Systems

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Ceiling Cassette

The indoor air handler mounts flush with the ceiling so only the grille is visible. It’s a great cooling solution for rooms with drop ceilings.

Homeowners who prefer not to see the indoor air handler and have at least 9 ¼" above-ceiling clearance should consider a ceiling cassette. The indoor air handler mounts flush with the ceiling so only the grille is visible. It’s a great cooling solution for rooms with drop ceilings.

Each ceiling cassette has two branch ducts that can be run to adjoining rooms (you’ll need an additional fan for each branch). So even if there’s adequate clearance in only one room, a ceiling cassette can still cool and heat up to three rooms from a single system. 

Fujisonic ceiling cassettes have an energy-efficient SEER of 15.0, yet provide up to 2 tons of cooling capacity and over 24000 Btu of heat. They come with a wired, programmable remote that can control up to 16 units individually or by zones

Ceiling Cassette Overview

Like other ductless models, a ceiling cassette consists of two parts, an outdoor condensing unit and an indoor air handler connected by refrigerant and electrical lines that run through a 3" opening in an exterior wall. This system requires a licensed HVAC technician to connect the lines between the indoor and outdoor components.

The advantages of Inverter Technology

Fujisonic ceiling cassette ductless split systems feature Inverter Technology, which reaches the desired temperature faster, maintains it more accurately, and reduces energy consumption with fewer compressor startups and shutdowns. It also varies the speeds of the compressor, condenser and indoor fan to provide only the cooling capacity needed to reach the set temperature.

Available in cooling-only and cooling plus heat pump models

  • Cooling from: 5000-27300 Btu with up to 10.6 EER
  • Heating: 5000-29000 Btu
  • Comfort and Convenience

    • Wired, 7-day programmable remote with on/off timer; controls up to 16 units individually or by zones
    • Self-diagnostics
    • Automatic, cooling, fan and heating modes
    • 3 fan speeds heating or cooling
    • Auto-swing louvers (up/down)
    • Continuous ‘Air Sweep’
    • Auto-restart after power interruptions
    • Auto-changeover
    • Washable, reusable air filters
    • Low-ambient operation
    • Fresh-air intake
    • Auto-shut flaps close when unit is off for a sleeker appearance
    • Two branch ducts for adjoining rooms (requires additional fan)
    • Condensate pump: 31" lift

Fujisonic ductless split systems have the advantages of a ducted installation without the high material and labor costs. Most systems can be installed and running in a few hours.

Refrigerant lines and electrical pass through a 3" wall opening and run along the exterior of the building to the condensing unit. Electrical hard-wiring is required.

When should I choose a ductless split system vs. a window or thru-the-wall unit?

They’re the best option for rooms without a window or exterior wall, if your walls aren’t thick enough to accommodate a thru-the-wall installation, or if you want to cool a space that has no ductwork. They’re also ideal for zone cooling and in rooms where security is a consideration. The systems are incredibly flexible and energy-efficient, and the different types of air handlers (interior units) give you multiple placement options: high or low on a wall, flush with the ceiling or suspended from it.

Can I install it myself?

We don’t recommend it. The outdoor and indoor components must be connected through electrical and refrigerant lines, so have a licensed HVAC professional who is experienced with refrigerant run the lines and charge the system.