An inverter air conditioner is used to control the speed of the compressor to drive variable refrigerant flow in an air conditioning system to regulate the conditioned-space temperature. By contrast, traditional air conditioners regulate temperature by using a compressor that is periodically either working at maximum capacity or switched off entirely. Inverter-equipped air conditioners have a variable-frequency drive that incorporates an adjustable electrical inverter to control the speed of the motor and thus the compressor and cooling output.
It consumes less power about 30% -50%. Therefore, its cheaper to run.
The desired temperature is achieved faster.
The start up time is reduced by 30%
No temperature fluctuations, maximising comfort level
No voltage peaks from compressor.
Does it worth buying? Yes, an inverter air conditioning can reduce your energy consumption thereby reducing your energy bill and enhancing your solar energy installation.