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Toshiba Air Conditioners - Modern Technologies

Toshiba TechnologyToshiba was the first company to incorporate inverter technology into air conditioning systems in 1981, and since then it has always maintained a technological advantage over its competitors. The development of the new and exclusive DC hybrid inverter system has reaffirmed this ability to innovate and maintain technological leadership in a fast-growing market.

Air treatment, low sound levels, guaranteed energy savings and easy installation of the indoor units make the Toshiba air conditioners the top choice for any home and office. We know that a perfect unit is the sum of perfection in every detail.

Solutions that are studied and verified in every tiny element are recognised universally by air conditioning professionals for their total reliability. Toshiba leads in technology and in applying technology to your greatest advantage!



DC Hybrid Inverter technology with Toshiba twin rotary comressor ensure energy saving, high reliability and low noise.

Inverter gives the ability of the unit to continuously regulate its cooling and heating capacity by altering the speed of the compressor in response to cooling demand. Traditional air conditioners can either work at maximum capability or switch off, as the compressor's speed cannot be varied. Inverter air conditioners use a variable-frequency drive to control the speed of the motor and thus the compressor. Eliminating stop-start cycles increases efficiency, extends the life of components, and helps eliminate sharp fluctuations in the load the air-conditioner places on the power supply.

Toshiba inverterBenefits Of The Toshiba Inverter System

  1. DC Hybrid Inverter
    • High Energy Saving Control
    • High Power Factor Control
  2. DC-Motor
    • DC Twin Rotary Compressor
    • Energy saving (High motor efficiency)
  3. Twin-Rotary-Cylinder
    • Low Noise & Low Vibration
    • Energy Saving (Low Revolution : Less then 30 rps)
    • High Reliability (Low Load to Shaft)
    • Suitable to R-410A

The new Hybrid Inverter features PAM (Pulse Amplitude Modulation) and PWM (Pulse Width Modulation). The former provides the highest levels of power while the latter ensures energy efficiency. As a hybrid, the Toshiba Inverter System features the best of both.

Digital technology provides superior control and cost efficiency with the DC Inverter compressor when compared to AC Fixed Speed compressors. Super-accurate rotation of an ozone-friendly compressor results in power savings of up to 20% and far quieter operation.

Inverter energy saving

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