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Old 05-15-2018, 08:33 PM   #11
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That's way beyond anything I had in mind, but it's very nice to see it all implemented like that.
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Old 05-16-2018, 06:27 AM   #12
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That's way beyond anything I had in mind, but it's very nice to see it all implemented like that.
yeah I know, I tend to get a bit carried away when I build stuff...

Daikin was the purveyor of Ducted multi-zone split systems with VRV-III, Daikin was only commercial and sold through elite dealers for the longest time.. then goodman and Daikin Merged and now you can buy Daikin equipment off the shelf..

the advantage to Daikin minisplits is mainly integration into automation systems... they offer Wi-Fi thermostats with real wall buttons for those that dont want to use a wireless remote, or want the ability to adjust the system remotely or with a timer, etc..
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