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What is the inverter technology all about?

DC Hybrid Inverter technology with Toshiba twin rotary compressor ensure energy saving, high reliability and low noise.

Toshiba, Inventor of the Inverter                                                             Inverter.png

In 1980, Toshiba invented the inverter - a technology now employed by most leading brands of air conditioners. Basically, what an inverter does is to cool  or warm a room to the desired temperature as quickly as possible and then efficiently maintain this temperature.

Inverter gives the ability of the unit to continuously regulate its cooling and heating capacity by altering the speed of the compressor in response to cooling demand. Traditional air conditioners can either work at maximum capability or switch off, as the compressor's speed cannot be varied. Inverter air conditioners use a variable-frequency drive to control the speed of the motor and thus the compressor. Eliminating stop-start cycles increases efficiency, extends the life of components, and helps eliminate sharp fluctuations in the load the air-conditioner places on the power supply.

Benefits Of The Toshiba Inverter System

  1. DC Hybrid Inverter Inverter
    • High Energy Saving Control
    • High Power Factor Control 
  2. DC-Motor
    • DC Twin Rotary Compressor
    • Energy saving (High motor efficiency)
  3. Twin-Rotary-Cylinder
    • Low Noise & Low Vibration
    • Energy Saving (Low Revolution : Less then 30 rps)
    •  High Reliability (Low Load to Shaft)
    • Suitable to R-410A


The Toshiba Inverter has two distinctive parts:DC energy-saving.jpg

  • DC Inverter

Digital technology provides superior control and cost efficiency with the DC Inverter compressor when compared to AC Fixed Speed compressors. Super-accurate rotation of an ozone-friendly compressor results in power savings of up to 20% and far quieter operation.


  • Hybrid Inverter

The Toshiba Hybrid Inverter integrates two distinct compressor control modules to ensure constant natural comfort, instantly achieved with maximum energy efficiency.

                       Hybrid Inverter Demo.png                                              Hybrid Inverter.png

PAM (Pulse Amplitude Modulation) provides  the highest levels of  power, while PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) ensures ideal room temperature and optimum energy efficiency. As a hybrid, the Toshiba Inverter System features the best of both.

Simply put:

PAM.pngPAM works like a turbo engine in a car. It will set a compressor at the maximum power, providing fast cooling in order to achieve the desired room temperature when the air conditioner is switched on.



PWM.pngPWM helps to balance the compressor speed revolution  either high speed when providing fast cooling or slow speed when maintaining room temperature. So, like Cruise control in a car, it results in significantly less energy consumption.