Ducted Air Conditioning
A ducted air conditioner is installed into your ceiling (usually) and uses a series of ducts to pump air from room to room.
With ducted air conditioning, one central unit supplies comfort to every room of your home via discreet vents in the ceiling or floor. It means there are no hot or cold zones in your home.
Inverter Airconditioning allows variable speeds on the motor as opposed to a basic conventional airconditioning which runs Flat out and Stop.
Inverter Ducted Air Conditioning
When you turn on an inverter, the motor will start up slowly so that it does not use a lot of power, then the motor slowly speeds up to full power on a sliding scale. This way the system uses less power to initially start up.
As the ducted airconditioner gets closer to reaching your temperature that you requested in your home, the motor will start slowing down, thus using less electricity. And as an added benefit, the temperature in your home will remain more constant, assuming the heatload has been done and you have sized your airconditioning system correctly.
The end result is that the motor does not have to completley stop and because of this you dont use a lot of electricity trying to make the airconditioning system commence from a complete stop.
Avoid an undersized systems or you will use more electricity than a conventional air conditioning systems.
Ducting, outlets and fittings come with a 10 year manufacturers parts warranty.