How does the AIRCOSAVER improve energy efficiency?

The aircon energy saver compensates the shortcomings of typical AC units and adds intelligence to your AC system

Figure: Typical operating cycle of AC system including AIRCOSAVER
Figure: Typical operating cycle of AC system including AIRCOSAVER

The AIRCOSAVER’s sensor-driven software algorithms are designed to detect thermodynamic saturation and to optimize the compressor accordingly. When overcapacity is detected, the AIRCOSAVER switches the compressor off and avoids inefficient overcooling.

Your unit switches into „saver mode“. The fan keeps running and your system makes maximum use of the stored cooling energy in the heat exchanger. Once the stored energy is used up, the compressor can work efficiently again and is switched back on.

The set room temperature is reached without the inefficient parts of the cooling cycle. This results in significant energy savings without compromising cooling comfort.

Since the correct point to switch the compressor varies from unit to unit and changes with different weather conditions, the AIRCOSAVER is constantly monitoring the cooling status of your aircon unit and adapting its settings to ensure efficient operation of your air conditioning system at all times.

Protecting your unit against short cycling

Cycling the compressor too frequently in too short time intervals may harm the compressor and must be avoided. For this reason, the AIRCOSAVER features a built-in anti short cycling protection.

Besides the continuous anti short cycling protection, the AIRCOSAVER also adds a delay upon power-on to your unit. This valuable feature protects your aircon unit against damages from short power outages like they are common in many developing countries.

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