Panasonic Launches New Products to Commemorate Anniversary

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Raheem Akingbolu

Panasonic Corporation has unveiled a new range of Shower Cooling Aerowings Air Conditioner series to the Nigerian market to mark its century anniversary. The new air conditioner series offers a whole new air conditioning experience to the customers including the new clean air – the Panasonic advanced air purification system using the Nanoe-G technology, healthy air flow, energy saving among other unique selling propositions.

Speaking at the launch in Lagos recently, Head, Africa Division, Panasonic Marketing, Middle East and Africa, Mr Hiroyuki Shibutani, disclosed that the new shower cooling Aerowings series air conditioner is a revolutionary product using latest technology to offer unparalleled comfort to the customers.

Shibutani noted that the new Aerowings series offers fast cooling, delivering precision cooling through powerful controlled airflow, intelligent airflow control which automatically shifts air direction skywards once the set temperature is reached, as well as the shower cooling with Aerowings which allows it to shoot cool air powerfully at long range by squeezing the cold air inside the main unit with two flaps at the top and bottom.

He revealed that the shower cooling air conditioner is equipped with intelligent sensors, which enable it to detect potential waste of energy using the Human Activity Sensor and Sunlight Sensor. It is able to monitor human location, movements, absence and sunlight intensity.

According to him, it automatically adjusts power to save energy efficiently. Also speaking at the event, head, Panasonic Marketing Services, Nigeria, Mr Dipendu Goon, said: “The new air conditioners include some unique features such as an automatic voltage adjustment device, which regulates power usage when power supply is unstable, ie where the AC voltage is below 185V or above 260V, the AVS automatically switches off to protect the outdoor unit. Its condenser fins are specially blue-coated to enhance its durability.”