Development and testing of a multi-type air conditioner without using AC inverters

  title={Development and testing of a multi-type air conditioner without using AC inverters},
  author={S. C. Hu and Rong-Hwa Yang},
This paper reports the results from the development and performance testing of a cost effective, energy efficient, multi-type air conditioner that connected five indoor units (evaporators) to one outdoor unit (condenser) with a digital scroll compressor. Instead of using inverter technology, which has a potential risk of harmonic current emissions, this study used a digital scroll compressor, which provided the variable refrigerant volumes. The measured results for this innovative design showed… CONTINUE READING
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