Why should we use an Inverter Air Conditioner?
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Differences between Non-inverter and Inverter Air Conditioners
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What is the main difference between Non-inverter and Inverter Air Conditioners?
The main difference between non-inverter and inverter air conditioners is how the compressor operates.
Non-inverter air conditioners use a fixed-speed compressor that runs at a constant speed, meaning it consistently operates at full power when the air conditioner is on, producing a large amount of cool air. When the temperature in the room drops, the fixed-speed compressor stops running and stops producing cold air, which can result in temperature fluctuations in the room and can make the room feel too hot or too cold at times. Because of this type of stop-start operation, non-inverter air conditioners are less energy efficient than inverter air conditioners.
Inverter air conditioners use an inverter-controlled compressor that adjusts its speed to meet the desired temperature, resulting in a variety of benefits such as lower energy usage, more consistent cooling and heating, and a longer lifespan than traditional air conditioner units.
Advantages of using an Inverter Air Conditioner
Rapid cooling and maintaining an optimal temperature
Inverter air conditioners use an inverter-controlled compressor that can adjust its speed to match the cooling needs of the space. This means that the compressor can run at a higher speed when a room needs to cool down quickly and at a lower speed when the room is already cool. Smart functions included with inverter air conditioners can reduce unnecessary energy waste. Because inverter air conditioners generally maintain more consistent temperatures than non-inverter types, reducing sharp temperature fluctuations, they are able to use less energy to cool or heat the room than non-inverter units.
the noise of the air conditioner that is quiet enough not to disturb sleep
Life cycle cost
Although inverter air conditioners typically have a higher initial cost than non-inverter air conditioners, long-term savings can make up for the price difference. With Inverter-topped air conditioners, save up to 70%* more of your energy consumption than with non-inverter air conditioners. These savings include lower energy bills and less wear and tear on unit components, requiring less maintenance and fewer repairs over time.
*LG Inverter air conditioners (US-Q242K*) save up to 70% more energy than LG non-inverter air conditioners (TS-H2465DA0). Initial Temperature (Outdoor 35°C, Indoor 33°C) / Setting Temperature (26°C) / Testing time (8 hours)
LG Inverter Air Conditioners
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