What is an inverter AC? This is a small question, but many people do not know which the right kind of inverter AC is for them. In places like Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, the temperature reaches 50 degrees Celsius. Gradually, the demand for ACs has gone from upper-class to middle-class people, but still, the consumers do not have the right information about the technicalities of the product and question ‘which AC will suit their home and why?’
If you want to buy a fan or a cooler, then it’s easy, but if a middle-class person wants to buy an air conditioner, then he has to keep many important things in mind like: What should be the price of AC, how many stars should it have, how many hours a day should it be used. Suppose you want to use an air conditioner for 1 or 2 hours a day, in that case, you can buy any brand or any type of air conditioner, it will not make much of a difference on the budget, but if you want to use an air conditioner for 10 to 12 hours a day, then the brand of air conditioner along with its ratings will have to be kept in mind.
There is enough information regarding non-inverter ACs, but there is still some degree of confusion about an Inverter Air Conditioner in India. If someone goes to buy an air conditioner for the first time without getting complete information about it, he probably will not understand the meaning of an inverter air conditioner as its a completely different concept.
When an air conditioner is turned on, we set a certain temperature such as 18C, 20C, or 25C, its compressor turns off after bringing the room to that particular temperature and as soon as the room temperature rises, the compressor restarts. It does so in all non-inverter air conditioners, but not in inverter air conditioners.
The selection of an air conditioner according to the weight is a very important factor in its purchase. The right tonnage of the air conditioner limits the electricity bill and also determines its cooling capacity.
A 2 Ton air conditioner is suitable for large-sized rooms [151sq ft to 200sq.ft]. The energy consumption depends upon the energy ratings, 5-star ACs offer best-in-class efficiency. Their annual energy consumption is from [800 units to 1200 units]. There are many refrigerant gases used in AC. The most common gas is R32, Environment-friendly, no ozone depletion potential & low global warming potential.
So, finally, in India, if you want to buy an air conditioner, you have to note down a few bullet points. The weather throughout the year, average input voltage in your locality, annual energy consumption. In the end, you will take into account the size of your room where you want to install the AC, and do not forget to find out which gas is being used!