In a traditional AC unit, the compressor is either off or on. When it is on, it works at full capacity and consumes the full electricity it is designed to consume.
When the thermostat reaches the temperature level set in the AC, the compressor stops and the fan (in AC) continues to operate. An Inverter system, on the other hand, controls the speed of the compressor motor to continuously regulate the temperature.
With inverter technology, your AC can vary its power output to precisely maintain the desired room temperature. Inverter technology also enables a high-powered startup which lets you enjoy fast cooling up to 25% faster than a conventional air conditioner.
By reducing the startup time over a non-inverter AC by 30%, an inverter AC unit will generate lower monthly utility bills and more consistent cooling throughout your home or office.