Inverter devices – advantages and disadvantages
Inverter air conditioner technologies reduce the power after use and thus achieve higher energy efficiency. The devices also dehumidify the room air and, thanks to the air filter, it is cleaned at the same time. The inverter technology is a well thought-out feature compared to conventional air conditioning units.
How does the cooling work in the inverter air conditioning units?
As usual, inverter air conditioning systems can also fulfill the functions of cooling and heating and create clean room air. With the inverter air conditioning units, the cooling principle works in the same way as with other systems. A decisive difference to the on / off systems, in which the compressor is constantly switched on and off to control the room temperature, is the permanent operation. The inverter air conditioning technology also have a compressor so that the required refrigerant can be compressed and transported more easily. Thanks to the special components, however, it is flexible in terms of power consumption.
Low power consumption in the inverter air conditioner
In contrast to other air conditioning units, full load operation is not necessary, as the desired temperature is reached and maintained even with the partial maximum output of the unit. As soon as the desired temperature is reached, the air conditioner switches itself off and if it is too warm it turns up again. The inverter technology runs continuously so that the power consumption is regulated automatically according to the circumstances or your own specifications. This saves a lot of energy. The standard air conditioning systems, on the other hand, are in constant operation, so that no intelligent regulation of electricity consumption is possible. In addition, an inverter device needs about a third less time to reach the desired temperature compared to conventional air conditioning units.
Consistent consumption means lower costs
Thanks to the permanent temperature regulation, the energy consumption is lower than with other technologies, since these always require full power to regulate the temperature. With the inverter air conditioning systems, the maximum output is only output when it is actually required. This is what makes them so efficient and energy saving. Depending on the manufacturer and device, inverter air conditioning systems use up to 60 percent less energy than Fix Speed devices. Our inverter air conditioners are also quiet during operation.
Not only cooling, but also heating possible
Inverter air conditioning units have around 60 percent more heating power than units that work with constant compression. Modern systems can temporarily take over the functionality of a heating system in winter and provide an individual, comfortable climate. Inverter air conditioners distribute the warm air better than conventional radiators. The inverter system can also supplement an existing heating system in an energy-efficient manner. Further advantages: There is also no risk of fire and the room is not contaminated.
Inverter devices are generally less prone to wear and repairs. Air conditioning inverter devices can be easily and easily attached. The infrared remote control makes it simple and easy to set the target temperature. The recommended maintenance intervals should be observed.
Inverter air conditioning – advantages at a glance:
- energy consumption up to 60% lower
- heating is also possible thanks to the heat pump
- pleasant and constant room temperature
- There are no disadvantages compared to other technologies such as on / off systems