Inverter compressor technology

Inverter compressor technology

What is an Inverter Compressor?

The word “Inverter” is a technology that allows the compressor to modulate the cooling output of your air conditioning system. The majority of air conditioning systems today have inverter technology and here’s why:


Indoor temperature accuracy
Thanks to the capacity modulation of the compressor, the temperature will be more stable, because the temperature sensor indicates to the indoor unit the required capacity.

Superior energy saving
The compressor will significantly reduce its power when the temperature is reached and will provide you with only the BTU/h necessary to maintain the temperature

Increased dehumidification
A wall-mounted air conditioner with a good capacity inverter compressor will be able to cool your home with longer air conditioning cycles, this will give you better humidity levels.

Longer life
Variable speed compressors last much longer because they almost never stop. Instead of stopping, the compressor will lower the power to supply only what is needed. This allows the compressor to always be cooled to the correct temperature and to last longer.

Very low operating noise
Wall-mounted air conditioners and wall-mounted heat pump with inverter compressor are much quieter than traditional air conditioners because they start at low speed and increase slowly to maximize energy consumption and humidity removal. This allows the oil to circulate better so it is quieter when your air conditioner is running.


How an inverter compressor works

The frequency converter communicates with the indoor temperature sensor and this allows the speed of the compressor to be varied. The compressor is specifically designed to operate at different speeds to modulate the cooling capacity according to the temperature demanded. Adequate refrigerant charge is a critical requirement to ensure compressor life. Proper oil management ensures proper lubrication for low speed operation and prevents excessive injection of oil into the system during full speed operation.

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