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Inverter ACsInverter ACs differ from fixed speed ACs because of their variable-speed compressor technology. Such systems serve to solve the temperature fluctuation and energy wastage problems presented by fixed speed ACs. They work by accelerating the compressor speed at the start, to galvanise enough power to reach the desired temperature, then modulating it in a low power mode to counterbalance any incoming heat. The inverter system, therefore, puts a minimal load on the compressor while delivering consistent cooling.