What’s an Inverter?
What’s an Inverter?
Panasonic's advantage makes a big difference in the flavor of your dishes.
Comparing Microwave ovens with and without an inverter
Unlike other microwave ovens, Inverter Technology delivers a seamless stream of cooking power –– even at lower settings –– for precision cooking that preserves the flavor and texture of your favorite foods. Other microwaves mimic lower heat settings by turning the power on and off repeatedly, which can result in overcooked edges and cool spots in the middle. With Inverter, you can poach, braise and even steam more delicate foods, all with the speed and convenience of a microwave. You'll enjoy delicious, healthy cooking results, and all in less time!
Fine, inverter-regulated power control prevents the destruction of food cells for more delicious results. Conventional power supply system is controlled with only simple on/off switching, so overheating tends to occur. Otherwise, Inverter power supply system is
controlled to prevent overheating, so no flavor is lost.
The cooking power and performance of a Panasonic Inverter Microwave oven has produced significant increases in nutrient levels of certain foods, when compared to other cooking methods such as boiling and steaming.* Not only will your food be ready fast, it will also contain the healthy nutrients you expect.
*Data used is a result of Cornell University's Dept. of Nutritional Sciences Study using
Panasonic Microwave Ovens vs. Traditional cooking methods.
Panasonic has succeeded in evolving the Inverter Turbo Defrost, which allows you to defrost foods even faster than previous Panasonic Auto Defrost. Panasonic inverter Turbo Defrost technology is ad advanced microwave sequencing system using the inverter continuous-power delivery feature.
Due to consistent delivery of microwave energy, by using a unique low power control system, foods no longer under-defrost in the centre or have dry, cooked edges. This results in evenly and properly defrosted foods which, of course, means better color shape and texture of the foods you cook.