The Midea High Wall unit provides a clean and minimalistic solution for your space. It sits high on the wall, out of the way, and can be mounted on any pre-existing, non-ducted wall. Get room-by-room comfort control and, for best use, avoid installing the High Wall in areas with external heat sources and minimal air circulation.
High Wall Features
With SEER ratings up to 40, we have one of the highest efficiency ratings in the world and many ENERGY STAR® certified models.
With Wi-Fi® standard or available with purchase of Wi-Fi® Accessory Kit, easily connect to the Midea Air app from your hand-held device to control and monitor your system on the go.
Choose between Sleep Mode for maximum comfort while sleeping, Eco Mode for extra efficiency, or Turbo Mode to quickly cool or heat a space.
With the available Occupancy sensor, the unit automatically detects activity in the room and adjusts the horizontal angle of airflow to either blow away from or follow people.
Connect to conventional, third-party thermostats without negating the benefits of available Inverter technology.1
1 Requires a conventional 5-wire thermostat.
Smart sensor technology detects the level of humidity in the room, and then allows you to select the drying mode for quick and easy dehumidification.
Every Midea Ductless solution includes an outdoor unit, which is the lifeblood of the system; it provides the efficiency, extreme temperature performance and many other unique benefits of Ductless Systems.
And we offer two types: the single zone and the multi-zone. The single zone unit connects to a single indoor unit and room, whereas the multi-zone option can connect to up to five indoor units. Both systems are nearly the same size and can be placed anywhere outside of the home — even on a roof or balcony — for maximum flexibility. And they’re smaller, and produce less noise, than most traditional HVAC outdoor units. They also come with a basepan heater to ensure effective operation in extreme temperatures (from -22° F to 122° F) without the extra parts or labor required for traditional outdoor units.