Non-inverter is a basic model which operates at a fixed speed, simply controlling temperature by switching on/off alternately. These are significantly cheaper to buy but consume up to 40% more electricity because of this fluctuation.
Inverter has a variable speed compressor which constantly regulates to the desired temperature - a more economic method of operation and a graded for energy efficiency. Although costing more to buy but inverters offer a wise long term investment.
So to decide which is best for you, consider on how frequently and at what level the system will be used.
Thanks to the bros (terumo) here, managed to find a good installer who gave me competitive pricing and fit inside my budget.
I tried going to courts this type, but the service was just atrocious and the salesman didn't know anything about aircon.
Gain City wasn't that cheap and I heard some horror stories so was quite reluctant.
Now v happy with my Daikin aircon.
Got a System 2 inverter and a System 1 for MB room.
PM me if you are keen on knowing the installer
Just trying to return the favor to this thread.
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