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TOSHIBA - Leading Inovation

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DC hybrid inverter

As the first company to incorporate inverter technology into air conditioning systems in 1981, Toshiba has always maintained a technological advantage over the competition. The development of the new and exclusive DC hybrid inverter system has, once again reaffirmed this capability to innovate and maintain the technological leadership in a fast-growing market. For Toshiba, innovation also means


a strong commitment to international institutions that carefully evaluate the impact of these new technologies on our environment.  

The password: efficiency

Toshiba fully combines the desire to further technological development with care for future generations, and has produced a range of extremely energy efficient air conditioners, reducing greenhouse gas emissions at source.


Control logic

The substantial investment for research into new development of digital technology, the development of control logic and PWM technology, used together with the traditional PAM control demonstrates Toshiba´s innovation in the controls arena. The application of these two distinct technologies permits total control of performance and consumption. 


 The ultimate expression of the inverter technology.


The Toshiba DC hybrid inverter technology digitally controls the capacity supplied by the air conditioner. By modifying the supply current frequency or intensity, it ensures smooth linear variation of the rotation speed or capacity of the compressor, the heart  of your air conditioner. This allows matching of the cooling and heating capacities to the actual operating conditions required. When the room temperature is far from the set-point temperature, the air conditioner operates at maximum capacity,  ensuring that a  comfortable temperature is reached quickly. Once the desired room temperature has been reached, the inverter precisely adjusts the capacity to maintain a temperature close to the set point.


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