Can the air source heat pump be able to cool

Can the air source heat pump be able to cool? Of course, the air source heat pump unit works the same as the air-cooled hot and cold water unit (central air conditioner). In the past, air source heat pumps were mainly used for heating water, and the water temperature was generally 55 degrees. 

With the demand of the northern heating market and the introduction of low-temperature heat pump technology, air source heat pumps can only be used at -7 degrees in the past, and can now be used at -25 degrees. More and more customers use air source heat pumps. For heating. If the end of the air conditioner is a friend who installs the fan coil, it can also supply cold air.