Inverter technology

Inverter technology

Although the principle of the heat pump is a simple physical phenomenon, new gadgets are being added to air conditioning systems. As a result, there is also a lot of difference in the quality and possibilities. An example of technical development to the latest air conditioning models is the inverter technology.

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Modern inverter technology shows a much more uniform temperature and energy saving

Inverter technology
The latest air conditioning systems have so-called inverter technology. This technique ensures a much smoother cooling. You may already know the principle from the central heating boiler at home. This means that the system does not 'wait' until a certain temperature is reached to get into action (cooling or heating), but that sensitive temperature sensors constantly monitor the environment and adjust the air and temperature flow accordingly.

This principle prevents the air conditioning system from switching off as soon as it has reached its set temperature and switches on again when the temperature has risen a few degrees again. This traditional operation comes across more restless, because the device has to work harder and blows more, and it is less comfortable: the temperature goes from warm to cool to warm, and so on. A device with an inverter keeps its compressor active and, depending on the circumstances, gives more or less power, so that the temperature remains much more even. Eventually you also save a lot of energy.

Hyper inverter
The innovations are also piling up in the inverter technology. Air-conditioning manufacturer Mitsubishi equips some models with a 'hyper inverter', an improved version of the common inverter technology. Models with a hyper inverter reach the set temperature even faster and work even more efficiently. These models can also continue to heat in extreme cold outside, up to 15 degrees below zero. As an additional advantage these models have a high COP value (the ratio between energy consumption and yield), which saves energy costs, but possibly also brings a subsidy regulation within the reach of companies

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