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The next generation of luxury in air conditioning

The stylish Daikin Emura. The stylish Daikin Emura.

For elegance and efficiency in climate control, design is everything.

Smart technology within a sleek, curved silhouette promises the next generation of air conditioning for your home. Superior style and comfort are guaranteed. So get ready to fall in love…

Years of product innovation and research into sophisticated solutions for contemporary interiors have resulted in the first ever European-designed air conditioner, to satisfy a uniquely European architectural aesthetic. Blending elegant design with state-of-the-art technology, the new Daikin Emura series perfectly combines form and functionality, to create an icon of contemporary climate control.

The first ever Daikin Emura was released in 2010, redefining the notion of climate control in European interior design. The next generation coming in Autumn 2014 offers aerodynamically enhanced looks and performance, making it ever more attractive to today’s interior designers, architects and home-owners.

Daikin Emura’s stylishly curved silhouette, quality materials and exceptional finish complement modern interiors beautifully. Its whisper-quiet performance down to 19dB(A) adds further to your sense of harmony and with energy performances up to A+++, efficiency and luxury can now go hand in hand.

Available in silver and anthracite, or in pure matt white, Daikin Emura is designed to create an incredibly thin profile that makes a modern design statement on any wall. Inside the understated exterior is a highly intelligent system, with innovative features that reduce power consumption dramatically, compared with typical air conditioning units.

Built-in intelligence supports Daikin Emura’s low energy consumption. A two-area intelligent eye sensor monitors room occupancy and if the room is empty for 20 minutes, the setpoint is changed to save energy. As soon as someone enters the room, the unit immediately returns to its original setting. The two area intelligent eye also directs air flow away from people in the room, to avoid cold draughts.

To ensure a harmonised temperature throughout the room, the Daikin Emura’s 3D air flow system combines vertical and horizontal auto-swing louvres, distributing air evenly throughout the room to the corners of even large spaces. When cooling, the flap positions horizontally to prevent cold airflow from being blown directly onto the body. When heating, the flap turns vertically downwards to drive warm air towards the floor.

Daikin Emura also prevents overheating or overcooling during the night by setting the temperature automatically to 0.5°C warmer when cooling and to 2°C cooler when warming. The easy-to-use remote unit gives you absolute control of the room temperature from wherever you are. So you can simply sit back, check the large display with user-friendly buttons and put all of Daikin Emura’s built-in intelligence to work.

Daikin Emura can be controlled from a distance using an app available for both Apple and Android platforms. This ‘plug and play’ extra Wi-Fi device has an intuitive interface, making it very easy to control the unit both inside and outside the home.

For an even healthier home environment, Daikin Emura’s photo-catalytic air purifier filter traps microscopic airborne dust particles, absorbs organic contaminants such as bacteria and viruses and breaks down odours.

The next generation Daikin Emura once again proves that intelligent design can be both aesthetically appealing and deliver superior energy efficiency in climate control – both of which enhance indoor environments and provide the ideal solution for architects, interior designers and home owners alike.

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