How does it work?
A split system uses two units working together: an inside unit and a compressor/condensor outside. It works by expelling the hotter air inside your house to the outside and replacing it with cool, refrigerated air.
A split system lets you control temperature, humidity, atmospheric moisture and cleanliness. An efficient system helps keep air clean by allowing you to keep your doors and windows closed.
An inverter split system is a more efficient system because rather than turning on or off as your desired temperature is reached, an inverter will graduate the speed of the compressor based on your needs. To put it simply, an inverter uses approximately 30% less power than a standard fixed speed system.
A reverse-cycle air conditioner can heat as well as cool. When it's cooling, the unit will extract heat from the indoor air and moves it outside, via the refrigerant gas in the pipes connecting the indoor and outdoor units. The outdoor unit releases the heat and pumps the cooled refrigerant back to the indoor unit where the cycle continues. In heating mode, the process is simply reversed, to extract heat energy from the outdoor air and move it inside.