With increased need for energy efficiency, Air-Conditioner (AC) makers are shifting towards Inverter AC from conventional ACs. Whether you are looking for a 2-ton-window or a 1-ton-split AC for your home, getting an inverter AC would save big bucks in the long run.
An inverter is a device for converting frequency. The technology is used in many home appliances and controls electric voltage, current, and frequency. Inverter air-conditioners vary their cooling/heating capacity by adjusting the power supply frequency of their compressors. An inverter type air conditioner adjusts the speed of the compressor to control the refrigerant (gas) flow rate, thereby consuming less current and power. An inverter has precise temperature control and as the set temperature is attained, the unit adjusts its capacity to eliminate any temperature fluctuations.
Swing compressor: Decreases friction and vibration, prevents leakage of refrigerant gas during compression
DC inverter: Offers higher efficiency than AC motor, uses magnets to attract and repel to generate rotation
DC motor fan: Allows fine rotation control, reduces energy consumption, provides improvements in operational efficiency of up to 40%
Reluctance DC motor: High operational efficiency with less electricity consumption
Pulse Amplitude: PAM control reduces energy loss by controlling how often the converter switches on and off
Sine wave: Eliminates pulsation and high harmonic noise
Highest ISEER Rating: More energy savings, better cooling at competitive costs, and best-in-class cooling and long life
If you are looking to add an all-weather air conditioner to your home—2-ton, 1.5-ton or 1-ton split AC, Daikin’s Inverter AC technology is here to save the day!
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