Turbo mode is a fast cooling function we often see on remotes of some air conditioners. So what is the Turbo mode on the air conditioner? When to use this function?
1. What is Turbo mode on air conditioner?
Turbo mode on air conditioner is a fast cooling mode with great cooling efficiency. When pressing the Turbo button on the air conditioner remote control, the air conditioner’s motor operates at maximum capacity, the room temperature is quickly lowered in 20-30 minutes to reach the set temperature, then The machine will return to normal operation.
The reason why Turbo mode on the air conditioner only works for 20-30 minutes without allowing this mode to last is to avoid being overloaded when operating at full capacity. Longer time may result in wasted power as well as equipment damage.
2. Turbo mode operation mechanism
When the air conditioner starts working, the compressor will run slowly until it reaches the set temperature. For the Inverter air conditioner line, if the room reaches the desired temperature, the air conditioner will reduce the capacity to a lower level to maintain this temperature. Therefore, users will wait a long time for the device to cool the air in the room. With Turbo fast cooling mode, we will quickly enjoy the cool atmosphere immediately without having to wait long.
Air conditioner manufacturers recommend turning on Turbo mode when the machine has just started, on days when the weather is too hot, the room temperature is high, or when the room is full of people. Do not abuse this mode, it will waste power consumption, reduce the life of the device.
Some air conditioners have integrated Turbo mode: Gree air conditioner, TCL air conditioner, Midea air conditioner…
3. Turbo mode manual
– Start the air conditioner
– Press the Power key on the remote control..
– Operation mode setting
– Press the Turbo key on the remote
– The machine operates at automatic fan speed and automatically adjusts the temperature according to the current room temperature.
– The machine will operate for 30 minutes and then operate in the last used mode or Auto mode if Dry/Fan mode was last used.
Hopefully, the above article has helped you better understand Turbo mode, how to use this mode to meet the most optimal cooling needs while still saving power effectively.
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