Mitsubishi M-Series Hyper Heat Systems


What is Mitsubishi Hyper Heat (H2i)?

Hyper heat (or Hyper-Heating (H2i)) is Mitsubishi's advanced heat pump technology (using an enhanced compressor system) that delivers heat all the way down to -18° F.

In 2007, Mitsubishi launched the residential Hyper-Heating INVERTER® (H2i). The hyper-heating feature made heat pumps a viable solution in colder climates. At the time (and even now) it was a significant advancement in heat pump technology.


What Temperature is Hyper-Heating Effective In?

Mitsubishi's Hyper-Heating INVERTER® (H2i) heats down to -5℉ without losing capacity and can heat all the way down to -18℉. Most heat pumps start to give out when the outside temperature gets down to 40℉, and they stop producing heat at 23℉.

Producing heat down to -18℉ makes the hyper heat system an option in almost every city in the US but Fairbanks, Alaska, where the average minimum temperature in the coldest months is -16.9 °F.