Mitsubishi MSZ-EF42VEW Split 1.25 TR Air Conditioner Price Analysis (MUZ-EF42VEW)
|Technology Used||Inverter AC|
An inverter air conditioner consumes much less electricity as compared to non-inverter. An inverter AC means that the compressor is powered by a variable speed drive, which enables the compressor to run at a range of speeds from slow to fast, to match the output required. Inverter air conditioners are able to vary their operating capacity. You would be really surprised to find the amount of money you can easily save by making use of this latest technology. When purchasing an inverter air conditioner.
There are different types on Inverter ACs like:
|Hot Cold Feature||Hot and Cold|
Hot and Cold: There is only one motor for the fans blowing through the hot coils and cold coils. However, in split system air conditioning, you have two separate motors for the two fans. While this may seem to be a waste of energy, it also means that it is possible to have a different motor speed for the air handling or cooling unit. Thus, in the split system, the air handling motor has a variable speed and usually operates at a lower speed to save on energy costs. The speed can also be adjusted by the user to achieve the desired environment. A final advantage is the ability of a split system to serve as both an air conditioner in the summer months and a heater in the winter. This is accomplished by switching functions at the outside compressor which then functions as a heat pump. Generally, cassettes are provide less heat than is necessary, but they are a useful addition to other systems
A ton is a measurement of heat transfer. One ton is equal to 12,000 BTU's(British thermal unit) per hour. It is derived from the amount of energy that it takes to melt one ton of ice in a twenty four hour period.
|EER - Cooling Mode (Company Specified)||3.28|
Energy Efficiency cooling mode value specified by manufacturer. This is the energy efficiency calculated while using the cooling mode of the air conditioner.
|Available on Conzumr Since||April 2015|