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Do You Know What Is VRV Air-Conditioning System?

The Daikin VRV system is a multi-split type air conditioner for commercial buildings that uses variable refrigerant flow control developed by Daikin to provide customers with the ability to maintain individual zone control in each room and floor of a building.


  • Energy-Saving Operation

    Precise individual control and inverter technology minimize energy consumption to deliver optimum energy savings.

  • Individual Control

    VRV systems enable individual climate control settings for each zone to provide the utmost in comfort to commercial building settings.

  • Adaptable Design

    Modular design of outdoor units and wide selection of indoor units ensure system designs that are ideally suited to the environments where they are installed.

  • Flexible Layout

    In addition to a maximum connection of 64 indoor units to 1 outdoor unit, large allowances for piping length and level difference provide a flexible layout.


When Daikin launched the VRV air conditioning system in 1982, it introduced the world’s first use of variable refrigerant flow control. This technology circulates only the minimum amount of refrigerant needed at any one time and enables individual climate control of air conditioning zones. The name VRV *derives from this technology that we call “variable refrigerant volume.”

  • *VRV is a trademark of Daikin Industries, Ltd.



For Large-Sized Buildings

Energy Saving

Outdoor units can operate up to 4.41 COP to reduce energy consumption.

Large Capacity and Space Saving

Outdoor units with capacities up to 56kW for a single outdoor unit and 168kW for a 3-unit combination are available. Featuring compact size and small footprint, VRV outdoor units enable space-saving and easy installation.


Increasing high static pressure for the outdoor unit fan gives greater installation flexibility.

High Reliability

The addition of various advanced features ensures reliable and stable system operation.


Daikin offers a wide selection of 13 indoor unit types for customized air conditioning solutions that uniquely meet the diverse needs of Daikin customers.

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Ceiling Mounted Cassette (Round Flow with Sensing) Type

The presence of people and floor temperature can be detected for added comfort and energy savings.

Ceiling Mounted Cassette (Round Flow) Type

360° airflow improves temperature distribution and offers a comfortable interior environment.

Ceiling Mounted Cassette (Compact Multi Flow) Type

The compact design provides quiet operation and comfort.

4-Way Flow Ceiling Suspended Type

This slim, stylish design achieves optimum air distribution and installs without need of a ceiling cavity.

Ceiling Mounted Cassette (Double Flow) Type

The thin, lightweight design easily installs to narrow ceiling spaces.

Ceiling Mounted Cassette (Single Flow) Type

The slim design enables flexible installation.

Slim Ceiling Mounted Duct Type

The slim design features quiet operation and static pressure switching.

Ceiling Mounted Duct Type

High external static pressure allows flexible installation.

Ceiling Suspended Type

The slim design features quiet operation and wide airflow.

Wall Mounted Type

The stylish flat panel design harmonizes with any interior decor.

Floor Standing Type

This model is particularly suitable for perimeter zone air conditioning

Concealed Floor Standing Type

This model is designed to be enclosed and concealed in perimeter skirting-wall.

Floor Standing Duct Type

Large air volume type for large spaces. Flexible interior design for each tenant.



Small Type Large Capacity Inverter Compressor

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Highly Integrated Heat Exchanger

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Large Airflow, High External Static Pressure and Quiet Technology

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Efficient Automatic Test Operation

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Improve Reliability at High Ambient Temperature

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*Specifications differ according to model.


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Metro Stations, China


Wired Remote Controller

The simple, modern design complements the décor of any commercial setting. Featuring an intuitive operation menu and easy-to-read display, our remote controllers provide easy access to a full range of comfort and energy-saving settings.

Daikin and Refrigerants

Daikin is a comprehensive manufacturer that also produces the refrigerant used in its air conditioning equipment.

VRV, Opening the New Era

“Daikin’s development of VRV” was the moment a new standard was created; the birth of the next generation of air conditioners.

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Should I Go for Inverter or Non-Inverter Air-Conditioners Unit?

Inverter Air-Conditioners is no longer a newer products in market, they usually come with a different rating. While non inverter aircon have energy efficient rating, inverter aircon are marked with inverter rating. People are confusing in choosing an Inverter Unit or Non-Inverter unit, therefore, let’s take a look at the basic differences between Inverter aircon and Non-Inverter air conditioner.


The compressor and its motor are manufactured to operate at constant speed or single speed only. In simple terms, it is either in the on (Full Power) or off (No Power) mode.
Therefore for Non Inverter, you will actually feel the air conditioner blowing cold air one moment and normal wind at another.
Due to this operating principle, the electrical consumption is higher and the compressor tends to spoil more easily because of the frequent start-stop. And there is no part load capabilities.


The biggest difference between these two types of aircon lies in the functionality of the Inverter, the best tool to save electricity. The Inverter in Inverter aircon helps to control the speed of the compressor motor, compressor is with part load capabilities and without energy surge happened because of the frequent start-stop, thereby changing the temperature as per requirement.
This can reduce the electricity consumption of your air conditioner While in Non-inverter air-con’s the compressor motor it operates at complete capacity or non at all and switched off. This can cause unwanted current consumption(Energy Surge) and high electricity bill.



This is because of its part load capabilites. After an Inverter air-conditoner attains the set temperature, instead of ‘switching off’ like a non inverter, it uses the minimum power to ensure your room is maintain at the required temperature and adjust smoothly with response to any changes in the cooling load. Overall, you use less electricity.


We are clearly that an Inverter unit is way better than a Non-inverter unit, so why not just have the Inverter and phase out the Non-Inverter Unit?
Price is the main reason. The difference can range from RM300-RM500. Therefore for owners that do not have a habit of using air-conditioner every night or more than 7 hours a day, it may be more worthwhile getting a Non-Inverter Air-conditioner.
But, do believe us, an Inverter unit is more energy efficient. Strictly speaking, you should calculate the ‘breakeven period’ or ‘simple payback period’. For daily usage more than 5-6 hours, in long term calculation, you will be surprise how Inverter do saving for your electrical bills, you will get more than what you have paid.


Hope these info helps you in the selection between this two types of Air-conditioner units. Cheers! C=