Inverter vs. Non Inverter

The difference between inverter and non inverter is the inverter units can alter their speed in response to cooling demand. Some units have an initial over-speed period where they will run at a slightly higher capacity for a set time to pull down the temperature of a hot room. When they reach the set point temperature they can reduce capacity to maintain that level without cycling as much as a normal unit would. This saves power although it’s arbitrary as it would still take a while to recoup the increased purchase costs.

The inverter unit decreases the power usage slightly as it converts the incoming power into a suitable style for the air conditioner although the ability to run at a reduced power level helps to drop the overall usage to below that of a typical non-inverter unit.

The inverter system reaches the desired temperature and steadily maintains the desired temperature.  It works like the accelerator of a car, gently increasing or decreasing power. It reaches the desired temperature quicker and steadily maintains it without wild fluctuations. That means uninterrupted comfort and significant savings on running costs.

Ducted Systems

Ducted System provides air conditioned comfort to new and existing homes. The indoor unit is usually located in the ceiling or under the floor with flexible ductwork distributing conditioned air through vents located throughout the house, where as, the compressor is installed outside the home.  The ducted systems can be designed to operate in two or more zones, which can be heated or cooled at different times.  You can choose from inverter and fixed speed, non-inverter models.

Zoning

Zone controlled systems divide a home into areas with common heating and cooling needs during specific parts of the day. Air flow is controlled in each area by a separate thermostat. Instead of sending the same amount of heated or cooled air into all room every time the air conditioner is turned on, the system sends conditioned air only to the zones that need it. Temperatures can be kept at an ideal comfort level when the family is up and about, then changed to an energy-saving temperature overnight or when the family is away. 

Mutli-Split Systems

Multi-Split system can air condition from two to nine rooms using only one outdoor unit, and allows individual control of the air conditioning in each room. This not only optimises comfort but saves on running costs as wastage is eliminated by only air conditioning rooms as and when required.  You can choose from inverter and fixed speed, non-inverter models.

Split Systems

Split System will air condition one room or an area of your home. Discreet wall-mounted models, compact floor consoles and versatile floor and ceiling units are all part of our range.  Split systems are available in Cooling only and Heating & Cooling and you can choose from inverter and fixed speed, non-inverter models.

Control Panels/Thermostat

A thermostat may be a control unit for a heating or cooling system or a component part of a heater or air conditioner. Thermostats can be constructed in many ways and may use a variety of sensors to measure the temperature. The output of the sensor then controls the heating or cooling.

Refrigerant

Every air conditioner uses a refrigerant. Daikin air conditioners utilise three: R410A, R22, and R407C refrigerants.

R410A is the latest advance in refrigerants and provides excellent stability, low toxicity and non-combustibility. R22 refrigerant is a long running industry standard refrigerant.

R407C is used in Inverter Ducted units, and provides excellent stability, low toxicity and non-combustibility, as well as offering superior energy savings.