Panasonic Inverter, top performance with lower consumption

 Energy efficiency is a key factor when selecting an air conditioner. Panasonic’s Inverter air conditioners save the most energy. This is important for your pocket and for the planet, all this while being the most efficient in the market.

1) Comparison of cumulative electricity consumption during heating to reach the setting temperature (Panasonic inhouse comparison) Test conditions: Indoor and outdoor Temperature: 7ºC/ Setting Temperature: 25ºC/ Fan speed: High. 2) Comparison of cumulative electricity consumption during 8 hours of cooling (Panasonic in-house comparison) Test conditions: Room temperature at start: 35ºC/ Setting temperature: 25ºC.

You will always be comfortable with an Inverter+ air conditioner. Alter reaching the set temperature quickly (A); the power will be adjusted smoothly (B) to keep the temperature constant (C). So there will be no sharp temperature changes and you will save power. The ample range of output powers also guarantees a pleasant temperature at all times, even when the number of people in the room fluctuates. This way, Inverter+ air conditioners provide more precise temperature control than non-inverter models.

• Heat or cool a room to a set temperature in half the time.
• Panasonic’s Inverter+ air conditioners control room temperature much better than models that work at a constant speed.
• An Inverter+ air conditioner has 64% greater heating capacity than models that work at a constant speed.
• They provide more than enough power to heat a room in winter.
• Inverter+ models distribute the warm air over a wider area than electric radiators. They do not pollute the room like paraffin heaters do. There is no fire risk as there is with gas heaters. Air conditioners transfer heat to the room air, so they are safe and practical.
• Tests have shown that a Panasonic Inverter+ air conditioner consumes half the electricity of non-inverter models.



A European Community directive requiring energy labelling of domestic appliances came into effect in 2005. Since then, all manufacturers have been required to label each product with an efficiency level represented by a letter from A to G. This means that a class B domestic appliance consumes approximately 10% more than an A, a C 20% more than an A, etc.
As well as the corresponding letter, further information on each domestic appliance appears on the right-hand part of the sticker.

In the tables which appear alongside the product in this catalogue, the energy efficiency is referenced with the corresponding letter in white on a black arrow.


Our new models have obtained the highest energy performance classification, Class A, which puts them in the highest energy saving class. This means you can use these models every day, without having to worry about the electric bill.