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Inverter air conditioners have a controlled compressor motor while non-inverter units have a default compressor and are generally less expensive and very common. Many other factors set these two units apart, such as functionality and built-in features.

These units are more efficient due to the controlled compressor that adjusts to the preset room temperature thanks to the thermostat sensors that will read your room temperature and let the compressor take care of the rest whereas a non-inverter compressor will run at full speed and keep your room temperature cool or warm for as long as it remains on.

Read more about the difference between the two common types of air conditioner units on our blog post.

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