Operating Your Ducted System

Operating Your Ducted Air Conditioning System



Your Daikin ducted system can be controlled via a selection of wall controllers.

The Daikin Nave Ease controller is designed to control your Daikin unit only. It does not control zoning. This will control the temperature, fan speed and many other features including the weekly schedule timer.

The Daikin zone controller has the same features as the Nave Ease controller with the added function of zone control giving you the ability to turn each zone on or off as the room is occupied

Daikin Air base puts the air conditioner’s functions at your fingertips with the easy to use app that can be controlled using your smartphone or tablet via Wi-Fi or the internet. Home Wi-Fi required.

The Polyaire Airtouch controller is a wall mounted touch pad that will enable you to select how much air flows into each zone from 0 to 100% in 5% increments.  The Polyaire controller has Wi-Fi capability and you can also control the Daikin functions from the Polyaire app. A Wi-Fi or internet connection is required for the app to work.


Nave Ease Controller BrochureNave Ease Controller User Manual

Zone Controller Brochure — Zone Controller User Manual

Air Base BrochureAir Base User Manual

AirTouch 5 – Brochure AirTouch 5 – User Manual

AirTouch 4 BrochureAirTouch 4 User Manual

MADOKA The Beauty of Simplicity – Brochure

MADOKA The Beauty of Simplicity – Manual





Your home is divided up into zones, usually you may have a constant and up to eight selectable zones. The number of zones that can be selected on vary depending on the home, but a good way to tell is if there is a noise coming from the air ‘rushing’ through the supply vents, then you need to increase the number of zones selected. Alternatively, if the home is taking a long time to cool down or heat up, then reduce the number of zones selected on.



Just like a new car, your air conditioner requires regular servicing to maintain the systems efficiency and to help detect problems before they become a major issue. We recommend that you have your unit serviced annually. We are happy to send out a service reminder to you when your system is due for its maintenance.




For more Air Conditioning Service information go to our Air Conditioning Service page

For more Troubleshooting  information go to our Air Conditioner Troubleshooting page