The Mitsubishi Electric US Cooling & Heating app allows users to remotely monitor and manage their mini split systems at anytime and from anywhere using the kumo cloud™ app. The kumo cloud app is only compatible with the following Wi-Fi and Wireless Interfaces installed by a qualified contractor into your Mitsubishi Electric indoor units (Available to the US market at this time):
• Wireless Interface (PAC-USWHS002-WF-1) *Latest model*
• Wi-Fi Interface (PAC-WHS01WF-E)

The app works with Mitsubishi Electric’s Wi-Fi and Wireless Interfaces to provide the following features:
• Manage all your zones and different homes
• Monitor all zone temperatures
• Monitor and change any zone’s set temperature
• Monitor and change any zone’s mode (Heat, Cool, Auto, Dry, Fan, Off)
• Monitor and change any zone’s fan speed
• Monitor and change any zone’s vane direction
• Receive notification of any zone’s error codes
• Receive notification of any zone’s filter alert
• Receive notification of any site’s temperature is out of range
• Allow SMART SET operation
• Program a schedule for any individual zone or a whole home
• New firmware are automatically downloaded to the latest interface
• Automatically receive app upgrades to new features and functions once they are available
If you are a homeowner a single mini-split system, multi-zone system, or multi-home installation you will find convenience in using the kumo cloud app to remotely monitor and manage all your zones.

The interfaces must be installed by a qualified Mitsubishi Electric contractor. Your qualified contractor will be able to consult you on the compatibility of our interfaces with your systems. The compatibility charts for previous models can be found here:

What's New

Version 2.6.1

This version supports integration with kumo station™ (PAC-WHS01HC-E), a new product that enables centralized control of your Mitsubishi Electric HVAC equipment along with accessories such as third-party backup heaters, humidifiers, dehumidifiers and ventilators.

Further, kumo cloud now supports the Wireless Temperature and Humidity Sensor (PAC-USWHS003-TH-1), an optional part to provide remote sensing capabilities to the Wireless Interface.

System changeover is now supported to allow Wireless Interfaces attached to indoor units in some model families to negotiate the system transition from heating to cooling and back automatically.

This version of kumo cloud also includes many user interface improvements, particularly on tablets, as well as bug fixes and other feature improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

2.1 out of 5

40 Ratings

40 Ratings

Necessary but seriously underdeveloped

Jack the Nimble

If you have never seen or heard of Ecobee or Nest, you may innocently think that Kumo Cloud is pretty good. It is effective enough and virtually necessary to control multiple indoor units (I have 5) from one location, but it is the saddest excuse for a smart HVAC control app. It's never updated, it doesn't support 75% of the functionality that the indoor units are capable of (which you can control via individual remotes), it's not particularly user friendly, it lacks essential features like vacation mode, and even basic app stability isn't there - I've had many issues with it in the past not saving settings, not making changes I set, etc. (It used to lack all smart home integration support - another hugely disappointing thing, but luckily they quietly added Google Home support - that's a start at least but they still have a long way to go.) That said, I'm a big fan of my Mitsubishi heat pump system and it's super sad that their smart home control system is so anemic and underdeveloped. I really really want to be able to recommend Kumo Cloud for more reasons than the simple fact that it's pretty much only reasonable way to control multiple units in one place but I will continue waiting and hoping and praying that that Mitsubishi can step up their game.

Decent App but needs the following


We just installed two 48K MXZ outdoor units and 10 indoor units. My thoughts after installing 10 wireless adapters are:

Pros: The app makes it convenient to manage multiple indoor units without having to run around the house finding and pointing remotes. Its also great that you can control, program, and monitor remotely.

Cons: Adapters are 2.4ghz.. They should support 5Ghz as well.
There is no way to turn the lights off on the adapters using the App. The App will sometimes get stuck trying to communicate with Kumo Cloud and has to be quit and relaunched. There is no way to control settings on newer units like iSee sensor, or the horizontal swing. You also can not give tiered or isolated access to other users.. Would love to allow my daughter to only manage her room.. The interface needs some work, to clean up the icons representing each zone. The units should also be able to send thermostat readings to the App or to the remotes so you know what the actual temperature is.. Finally there should be a version for iPad, or the App should be universally formatted so it works in landscape mode on an iPad.


the dolimite

It works but there are issues. Sometimes I have to shut down the app and reload the app to input a command. It seems like a refresh doesn’t work if you go back to the app when it’s open. Also if you have things tied to one zone and the fan set a different settings on each unit, you can’t change The fan speed for both units from one zone. I only have two units so that’s not a big deal but if you have more could be an issue. It is useful but has some bugs. I get temperature alerts that are incorrect quite frequently. It’s great for remote use but there is room for much improvement.


Mitsubishi Electric US, INC.
16.7 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 4+
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