Highlights of the fast cooling mode on the air conditioner
Mechanism of action
Normally, when starting the air conditioner, the motor (or compressor) of the air conditioner will run slowly (especially inverter air conditioners) and gradually bring the machine to its maximum capacity or until the room reaches the temperature. setting level.
As soon as the desired temperature is reached, the air conditioner will reduce the capacity to a lower level (for inverter air conditioners) or continuously turn on/off (for normal air conditioners) to maintain this temperature level.
However, when we press the fast cooling button on the machine control, the capacity will be maximized as quickly as possible and maintained at this capacity for a period of time (usually about 20 minutes) to quickly bring the room to the maximum temperature. room to the temperature set by the user and then return the machine to normal operation. These buttons are usually named on the remote as TURBO or POWRERFUL.
The purpose of manufacturers not to allow this mode to last for a long time is to avoid the air conditioner being overloaded when continuously running at maximum capacity, which can cause damage and unnecessary waste of electricity.
Therefore, users should not abuse this fast cooling mode and only use it when the room is too hot or when the machine has just started up.
Hopefully the knowledge that eLib provides above will help you use the air conditioner better and more efficiently!