about inverter









inverter is very best control of frequency and a dc inverter converts AC current to DC current. It then uses a modulation technique (called Pulse Width Modulation) in another inverter to produce AC current based on the desired frequency and voltage. The variable frequency AC drives the brushless motor or induction motor. The speed of the motor is proportional to frequency of the new AC voltage. Thanks to this, the compressor can now run at multiple speeds
A conventional AC starts multiple times and always runs at peak capacity. This means that every time it starts it needs extra electricity to jump start its stationary motors and compressor, i.e. torque current. Without being too technical, you can think of it this way, it needs more power when it starts and it starts too many times. It also runs at full capacity each time requiring a lot of current.
In comparison, a DC Inverter AC never turns off its compressor or motors. It reduces the electricity it needs and constantly keeps cooling (or heating) the room. When it does start the first time, a DC Inverter AC starts off slowly so it doesn’t require a massive torque current. Inverter ACs can start at low voltages as well thanks to the inversion mechanism. By running in a low power consumption state, DC Inverter ACs save a lot of electricity.DC Inverter ACs aren’t as effective when running at full capacity, however, when they are running at partial capacity, which is how ACs are normally used, they can save a lot of energy.Some manufacturers claim they have 3-DC Inverter ACs, All DC Inverter ACs, 4-D Inverter ACs, etc, while others simply claim to have Inverter ACs. They also claim to have varying savings percentages from 60 percent to 75 percent.The reason behind that is, some manufacturers employ older technologies and only upgrade their compressors to DC inverters. Others also convert the indoor and outdoor fan motors hence, completely upgrading all motors to DC inverters.Those, which claim to save about 50 or 60 percent in electricity bills and simply state DC Inverter (or only Inverter) ACs, are using the inverter tech for the compressor only. 3-DC Inverter or 4-D Inverter systems, sometimes referred to as All DC Inverter, upgrade other motors or major electrical components as well. This means more savings as more electrical components get the ability to vary their speeds.In short, a number besides the “D” or “DC” mean the number of components using the inverter technology.As with all advertisements, the claims made by most manufacturers are based on optimum conditions and usage. If you have a 1-DC Inverter AC, it will save you around 40-50 percent in electricity bills under normal usage. 3-DC and 4-DC Inverter ACs can achieve over 60 percent in savings. You probably won’t get 75 percent in savings under normal usage  if your AC has the heating-mode, it will cause more cost savings compared to the cooling mode.Normal conditions mean that the user does not set temperatures to extremes. If the temperature is set to extremely low (for cooling) or extremely high (for heating) then you cannot expect such huge savings. However, even at extremes, DC Inverter ACs beat the conventional ACs.Inverter technology isn’t new. Other countries have had these products for years. In most countries, conventional ACs have been phased out completely.  Now that they are here, the prices for normal ACs have dropped rapidlyAs far as energy consumption is concerned, savings are always welcome. Not only do these ACs help save money, their use is good for the environment.

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