FASTER: do not be fooled by its efficiency or self-regulation. Inverters reach the target temperature before non-inverters.
STABLE TEMPERATURE: as they do not have the ON/OFF transitions of non-inverters, the room will not end up being cooler or hotter than desired.
LESS NOISE: obviously, a self-regulating motor that rarely functions at full capacity is quieter than one that only knows how to function at full capacity.
ECO-FRIENDLY: although air conditioning do not cause direct contamination, the electricity that fees them is obtained from a number of ways and some are associated with contaminating gases.
Disadvantages of inverter technology
IT COSTS MORE TO REPAIR: components are more complex and expensive(mainly the electronic parts), therefore if you do have a problem you will not get away with a botch job.
MORE EXPENSIVE: although it is hard now to find an air conditioning unit without inverter technology, some years ago the non-inverter units were around 100 or 200 euros cheaper.
INCORRECT USE: if inverter units are used correctly, they are so efficient that they more than amortize the price difference with regard to non-inverter units. However, when used incorrectly, the difference is non-existent and they consume the same as a non-inverter unit.
What is the worst way of using an inverter system? Using it as if it were a non-inverter system. I.e.: setting an extremely low temperature (18ºC), switching the machine off when you feel cooler and then switching it back on at 18ºC when you get warm again.
If you do this, you will be wasting the efficiency of the inverter and making it work in a jerking manner. The correct way of using an inverter is to set a reasonable temperature (26ºC) and leave it alone, only switching off the device when you are going to go out.do te vuelves a calentar.