Singapore has all the leading brands of aircon. These brands have various lines and models with different features. Aircon modes are cool mode, dry mode and fan mode. Each mode has pros, cons and usefulness. In this article, we are explaining in detail the advantages, disadvantages and how each mode function.
This is the standard mode of the aircon unit. An air conditioning unit runs in a cool mode when operated properly. Proper operation means that when the cooling part of an aircon is activated, it cools the air effectively.
When it is turned on, the compressor cools the air by taking heat out and pushing cold air inside the house. The options in the remote and the unit, helps the user to increase or decrease air temperature easily.
The major benefit of cool mode is to cool the room. For the cool mode to
be effective, the unit should be maintained in an excellent condition.
It is responsible for getting rid of excess humidity in the room. It does not cool the air. It is located in front of the air conditioning unit or on the remote control. You can just press the button made for this mode or choose from the options available in the menu in the remote control.
When activated, it sucks water from the air. The collected water is then emptied through a drain pipe. For water to be prevented from being collected in the air conditioning unit, the drain pipe should be maintained in a good condition to make the unit to work flawlessly.
It saves you money. No need to purchase a different dehumidifier, because dry mode provides a relative humidity level in the room.
It circulates fresh air in the room and not responsible for cooling the air that enters the room.
Fan from the air conditioning starts running without starting the compressor.
During cool weather, to save on electricity you might want to have fan instead of aircon, you can switch on this mode. This can also let you save on getting yourself another fan.
#Operation mode indicator – Indicates selected operation mode
#Sub mode – Indicates the selected air rate.
#Set temperature button – Sets the room temperature.
#Time indicator – For indication of the time during timer operation and indicates present time during normal operation
#Sleep button – Changes to sleep operation.
#Auto start button - Selects timed starting.
#Auto stop button - Selects timed stopping.
#Clock button – Sets clock.
#Reset button – Lets the computer to reset.
#Time set button – For setting present time and auto start or auto stop.
#Swing button – Adjusts the air swing direction.
#Fan speed button – Sets air rate.
#Operation mode select button – Changes the mix from auto → cool → dry → heat → fan.
#Vane control button – Changes the flap mode.
#On/off button – Starts operation when pressed, and stops operation when repressed.
#Air flow indicator – Indicates selected flap mode.
#Temperature indicator – Indicates the set temperature.