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Floor air conditioner DVM S2

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May 4, 2021, Amsterdam, The Netherlands – Samsung Electronics Air Conditioner Europe B.V. (SEACE) today officially launches the DVM S2 – the next generation of its Digital Variable Multi (DVM) S platform for the European market. The launch was initially announced during the 2021 Climate Solutions Day held in January this year. The new DVM S2 range – the company’s sixth generation of Digital Variable Multi – offers seasonal energy efficiency ratio up to 7.5¹ and AI innovations control capabilities to optimise climate conditions based on diverse environments. It allows for enhanced installation flexibility and serviceability. Additionally, the new DVM S2 range is fully compatible with WindFree™ products, and can be connected to up to 64 indoor devices. “Samsung aims to contribute in every way possible to global efforts towards making climate neutrality a reality in the coming decades – particularly with regards to energy consumption. We are constantly innovating and developing solutions to support the much-needed change to cleaner and greener energy, while also improving the wellbeing of those using our products” said Xavier Feys, Vice President at SEACE. “Our goal is to outcompete the Seasonal Energy Efficiency of our own offerings, in both cooling and heating. With our vision for seamless and intelligent innovations in the field of Climate Solutions, supported by Artificial Intelligence, we hope to help to take a collective step towards Europe’s climate goal.” Innovation technologies that drive energy efficiency Samsung applied innovative technologies in the core components of the DVM S2 to achieve high energy efficiency.
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