Panasonic Air Conditioners are designed to provide more than just cooling comfort to homes. They save energy. They purify your surroundings. They adjust cooling power to suit your living spaces and styles. Living an eco-lifestyle your way is now easier than ever.
• Energy Saving up to 50%*
• Inverter System Control
• Odour Removing function
• Airflow direction Control (UP & DOWN)
• Manual Horizontal Airflow Direction Control
• Wide & Long Airflow Vane
• Automatic Operation Model
• 12 hour ON & OFF setting timer
• LCD Wireless Remote Control
• Random Auto Restart
• Blue Fin Condenser
• Top Panel Maintenance
• Self Diagnostic Function
* Compared with model No Inverter-CS YCMKV of same capacity.
Panasonic Inverter air conditioners give you exceptional energy saving performance while ensuring you stay comfortable at all times.
A conventional non-Inverter air conditioner can only operate at a constant speed which is too powerful to maintain the set temperature. Thus, it switches the compressor ON and OFF repeatedly. This results in wider temperature fluctuations leading to wasteful consumption of energy.
The Panasonic Inverter air conditioner varies the rotation speed of the compressor, providing a precise method of maintaining the set temperature, giving you energy saving.
Precise temperature control with a wide power output range enables an inverter air conditioner to meet different room occupancy levels – thus ensuring constant comfort.
Panasonic INVERTER air conditioners can operate with higher cooling power during the start up period to cool the room 1.5 times faster than Non-INVERTER models.
Our R&D focuses on ease of use, and our history of rigorous quality control is unmatched in the industry. As a result, with more than 50 years of experience, Panasonic has sold over 70 million air conditioner units in Japan and around the world.
Checking the oil condition inside the compressor under various extremely cold and hot conditions. An operating durability test is conducted in a high-temperature, high-humidity test chamber at a temperature of up to 55°C and a low-temperature test chamber down to 20°C.
Sunshine simulation. An air conditioner is operated in a test room simulating a living room testing cooling speed, cooling efficiency, and temperature and humidity differences throughout the room.
The operating noise of the indoor and outdoor units is measured in a high-performance anechoic chamber. The noise test verifies that the operating noise is low enough to allow the user to talk and sleep comfortably while the product is operating.
Potential problems are checked by tests such as showering the unit for a predetermined amount of time. Contact sections on printed circuit boards are also resin-potted to prevent adverse effects caused by an unlikely exposure of droplets to water.