After installation the RCAC doesn’t seem to be working properly, what should I do?
If your air conditioner’s is under warranty, contact your supplier/installer to help sort out the issue.
Isn’t an RCAC very noisy?
Today, up-to-date indoor units purr at a whisper-like level of 19-53 dB. So even at their loudest, they’re still quieter than the 60db we use in ordinary conversation. Meanwhile, outdoor units operate at 42-69 dB — the range of a refrigerator, ...
Will the supplier remove and dispose of my old RCAC if I don’t want it?
Some suppliers will remove and dispose of your old RCAC if you upgrade, however you should check directly with your supplier. This will incur a charge.
Once installation is completed, how long will it take for my system to be connected into the grid?
The grid connection process is often a paperwork-heavy one, with multiple parties involved and varies by state. A glitch in the paperwork process can cost valuable time, not to mention the frustration it can create. VIC – to connect to grid will need ...
How do I know if my battery is working properly?
• Some systems have a display on the battery storage system itself, with indicators such as operating mode and battery state of charge. • Some systems support a remote display option that can be installed inside your house, known as an in-home ...
What is the most likely way an RCAC can be damaged or malfunction?
The most likely way an RCAC can be damaged is through dirty air filters. The air filters should be cleaned regularly and changed as advised by the manufacturer of your system. Failing to do this will result in the air conditioner working slowly, ...