Inverter Air Conditioning Explained
The inverter secret to its ability is flexibility
Panasonic Inverter air conditioners have the flexibility to vary the rotation speed of the compressor. This allows it to use less energy to maintain the set temperature while also being able to cool and heat the room quicker at start up. So you can enjoy better savings on your electricity bills while maintaining cooling and heating the room quicker at start up.
How it works?
The principle is much like driving a car. It is more comfortable to drive a car when there is no need to repeat start-and-stop operations.
Using an inverter provides the same effect in air conditioners. When an air conditioner starts up, the inverter sets it in full-power operation to quickly bring the room temperature to the set temperature. Once the set temperature is reached, the inverter maintains efficient operation to minimise the change in the room temperature. This prevents wasteful consumption of electricity and keeps the room temperature at a comfortable level.
Inverter air conditioner offers an impressive 50% reduction in electricity consumption by regulating compressor speed to deliver just the right amount of cooling power without compromising comfort. It makes a big difference when using for extended periods of time.
*Comparison of 1.5HP Inverter model and 1.5HP Non-Inverter model (Cooling)
Precise temperature control with a wide power output range enables an inverter air conditioner to meet different room occupancy levels – thus ensuring constant comfort.
*Graph shows the 1.5HP Inverter model’s wide power output range during cooling.
Panasonic Inverter air conditioners can operate with higher power during the start-up period to cool the room 1.5 times faster and heat the room 4 times faster than Non-Inverter models.
*1.5HP Inverter vs. Non-Inverter. Outside room temperature: 35°C; setting temperature: 25°C