Inverter air conditioners are quieter because instead of working harder (and louder) to automatically turn off and on every time they reach the temperature limit, they consistently adjust and maintain temperature. Inverter technology allows speed rotation of the compressor, resulting in less energy used to maintain the set temperature.
Buying a highly efficient inverter system will likely cost you a little more up front, however it can save you money in the long run with lower energy bills over time. The clever technologies included in inverter Air Conditioners benefit both the environment and your power bill.
Panasonic systems are among the quietest in the world, so you can enjoy the comfort of running your air conditioner at night and still have a relaxing sleep. The outdoor unit is also very quiet which means you don’t have to worry about keeping your neighbours up either.
It is important to understand the technology available when choosing your air conditioning system. We are often asked about inverter air conditioning systems, what they are, what they do, how the technology works and why are they different from non-inverter air conditioners.
Air conditioning manufacturers have introduced inverter technology across their air conditioning models, as they use approximately 30% less power than non-inverter models. In addition, They have increased efficiency, extended life of their parts, quieter operation and lower operating costs with less breakdowns.
The inverter controls the speed of the motor in an air conditioner to continuously regulate the temperature. The compressor doesn’t switch on and off continuously, but speeds up or down instead as is needed. As it doesn’t need to stop and start several times a day, this reduces stress, and wear and tear on the compressor, which results in less electricity used.
This technology is great for different sized spaces, as the unit adjusts to suit the conditions they are working in. If the area is smaller, then the air conditioner can ramp its capacity down to better match the space.