What is the Inverter technology in air conditioners?

The Inverter technology (DC) is the latest evolution of technology concerning the electro motors of the compressors. An Inverter is used to control the speed of the compressor motor, so as to continuously regulate the temperature. The DC Inverter units have a variable-frequency drive that comprises an adjustable electrical inverter… Continue reading

Benefits of Inverter AC

Maintains Steady Temperature : Conventional AC operates in cycles; cooling the temperature to the thermostat level, switching off, and then restarting when the temperature level rises. The ambient room temperature is, therefore, subject to variations. Inverter AC operate through a variable speed drive that controls the supply of power to… Continue reading

Normar (Conventional) AC vs Inverter AC

Factors Conventional AC Inverter AC Electric Current Operates purely on alternating current (AC) Initial supply of alternating current is converted to direct current and back to alternating current at the required frequency Running of Compressor The compressor operates in cycles. It cuts off when the room temperature reaches the level… Continue reading

Working of Inverter AC

Inverter AC are equipped with a rectifier that converts the incoming alternating current into a direct current. The direct current is routed to a modulator that converts the direct current back into alternating current of the required frequency. The converted alternating current is supplied to a variable frequency drive that… Continue reading

What Is An Inverter?

Equipment that converts alternating current into direct current is called a rectifier, and equipment that converts direct current into alternating current is called an inverter. The power supply from your local electricity supplier to your household is in the form of an alternating current. Alternating current (AC), is the electric… Continue reading

Inverter AC saves Electricity with lower monthly power bill

A normal one ton AC uses on an average about 1.25 units of electricity every running hour. This of course will vary depending on many factors like outside temperature, insulation factor of the room, etc., but 1.25 units of electricity is about the average. The 1 ton inverter AC power… Continue reading