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DRHP14A30AJ1NA Features

  • HVAC equipment products sold to licensed contractors only. Products sold in select areas only, please contact your local branch for availability in your area.
  • Not all Durastar products may be available in all areas currently. See your local Durastar distributor for details.
  • Sturdy louvered steel cabinet
  • Grille/Motor mount for quiet fan operation
  • Wrap-around outdoor coil improves airflow and heat transfer, providing improved home comfort and performance
  • Coils constructed with copper tubing and enhanced aluminum fins
  • Easily accessible control box
  • Expansion valves with internal check valve - for quieter refrigerant metering
  • Demand defrost control
  • Non-cycling reversing valve


  • AMP: 30
  • Application: Residential
  • Auto Switching Heat/Cool?: No
  • BTU: 30000
  • BTU Cooling Rating: 30000 Btu/h
  • Color/Finish Category: Greys
  • Color/Finish Name: Iron Ore Grey
  • Communicating: Non-Communicating
  • Compressor Type: Scroll
  • Decibel Rating (dB): 76 dB
  • EER: 11.5
  • Energy Star Compliant: No
  • Height: 26-1/4 in
  • HSPF: 8.5
  • Length: 27-63/100 in
  • Liquid Line (OD): 3/8 in
  • Max CFM: 2800 cfm
  • MBH: 30
  • Phase: Single Phase
  • Refrigerant: R-410A
  • SEER: 14
  • Sound Blanket: No
  • Specifications - CSA Certified: CSA C22.2 NO. 236
  • Specifications - ETL Listed: No
  • Specifications - UL Listed: UL 1995
  • Stages: Single
  • Suction Line (OD): 3/4 in
  • Tonnage: 2.5 Ton
  • Vent or Ducted or Ductless: Ducted
  • Volts: 208/230V
  • WaterSense Labeled: No
  • Weight: 201 lb
  • Width: 28 in

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Frequently Asked questions

What’s more important, HSPF or SEER?

If you live in an area where winters are mild, then pay extra attention to the SEER rating. Conversely, if you live in the north where winters are more extreme, then the HSPF value is more important.

What are the main differences between a heat pump and a mini-split heat pump (otherwise known as a ductless heat pump)?

Generally, heat pumps are integrated into your home’s central heating and cooling system. That means the heat it provides travels through ducts into various rooms throughout your home. Alternatively, mini-split heat pumps, or ductless heat pumps, distribute heat directly into the room where they are installed.

What is HSPF2?

HSPF2 stands for Heating Seasonal Performance Factor 2. HSPF2 is a standardized rating used by all heat pump manufacturers to compare energy efficiencies between heat pumps. The higher the HSPF2, the more efficient the system operates during cold seasons.

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