How Panasonic Air Conditioner Split System Achieves Its Energy Saving and How Eco Patrol Works

Panasonic is known for creating some of the most dependable airconditioning systems on the market. Their split system model is a revolutionary new approach to air conditioner design and has proved very popular among Australian consumers. Split systems are known for being energy efficient while still providing users with powerful cooling at the press of a button.

A Closer Look at the Split System

Split system air conditioners consist of multiple parts instead of a single unit. The evaporator unit is enclosed in a stylish cabinet which is then mounted inside a room. This indoor portion connects to the condenser located outside. No ductwork connects the units, so installation is quick and easy.
New appliance models are designed to be highly energy efficient in order to reduce operational costs and improve rates of energy consumption. Even though older air conditioners may continue to work reasonably well, they can be costing more to operate due to outdated manufacturing standards obsolete parts. Switching to a new model can make a significant difference in household energy bills each month.

The Eco Patrol System

The Eco Patrol is a new feature included on certain Panasonic air conditioners. This sophisticated sensor delivers targeted cooling in four simple steps:

  • The user activates the Eco Patrol feature using their appliance remote control.
  • The air conditioning parts sensitive to infrared detect the presence of people within the sensor range.
  • The cooling output is adjusted to optimal levels.
  • The Eco Patrol feature readjusts cooling action once people have left the space.

This eliminates the need to leave an air conditioner running to maintain a comfortable atmosphere when not in the same room. This responsive form of operation maximizes the value of the money households spent on energy.

Maintaining Your Air Conditioning System

Core Air service technicians are authorized to perform warranty repairs and other maintenance services on many popular appliance brands. Is your Panasonic split system ready for summer? Give us a call to schedule a seasonal tune up.