Ultra Super Sweet Turbo Mode

  • December 15, 2014
  • By MR COOL

If you’re anything like me, you know there’s nothing better than taking the Porsche out for a spin on any one of America’s great highways. I like to go out West where speed limits are higher. I drive as fast as I can while yelling, “Turbo Mode!”

It’s awesome. Don’t try it in Delaware.

Of course, you probably made the same mistake I did when you were looking at the features on the MrCool Premier and noticed Turbo Mode. It turns out that Turbo Mode has nothing to do with cars. I made that assumption early on. Let me just say that there were a lot of confusing meetings with the design team until they explained to me exactly what Turbo meant in relation to a ductless mini-split heat pump.

Sure, I was disappointed, but I guess having a heat pump that can accelerate to 120 mph is a pointless extravagance.

The Turbo Mode on the MrCool Premier is a function you, or anyone really, can use when you need to get cool as quickly as possible. Hit Turbo Mode and the unit will jump into high gear, so to speak, and cool the zone in record time. After the Premier reaches the cooling temperature you desire the unit returns to normal operation to maintain interior air comfort.

Turbo is just one more feature that makes the MrCool Premier a great unit to own. Plus, you can’t get speeding tickets.

17 thoughts on “Ultra Super Sweet Turbo Mode”

  1. I would like my mr cool mini split to automatically turn on in turbo mode. Is there any possible way to do that?

    1. Most likely not, because Turbo mode’s purpose is to reach the indicated temperature as quickly as possible. The cooling or heating function would turn off when the selected temperature is met. You could likely turn the remote to the coolest (or warmest for heating) temperature and set the fan speed to high, though, to mimic Turbo mode.

  2. Turbo mode works well, but in normal heat mode operation, the condenser seems to shut down, or at least the fan does, off and on, so there is not always steady heat coming out, so it takes a while to heat a room. Is this normal operation?

    1. The unit is likely heating the room to the set temperature, then turning off the heating function until the temperature of the room dips down below the set temperature again. If this does not sound like what’s happening to your unit, please give us a call at 270-366-0457.

  3. I got my mini units set on heat at 80 so when I set turbo on its not reaching the set temp so the turbo runs all the time with heat coming out will this hurt the unit

  4. I like the mr cool, I do have one complaint tho, the wiring of the unit, on your 230 volt connection is very small,to small to add a 10/2 wire to it. The screws are not long enough or big enough. Cheep set up there….just saying guys and gals.. mine came loose 2 times and then screw striped out. Had to use my own and rig it up to make it hold the wire…. the electric board needs a major upgrade…. thanks good luck to all

  5. If the outside temp is below 40 degrees turbo mode is the only way my unit will maintain set temperature, otherwise it runs laxidasically letting the temp slowly drop. Currently at 38 outside and 63 inside with a set temp of 74 for the past 24 hours. When I leave turbo on it will get back to set point and then keep heating well above set point until I turn off turbo mode.

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