What is the difference between a single or three phase air conditioner?
A single phase air conditioner uses a single phase power supply, with single phase being the standard method of distribution of electric power in lighting and heating.
Three phase air conditioners require a three phase power supply and are generally used for models with larger heating/cooling capacity.
Three phase electric power is a common method of alternating current electric power generation, transmission, and distribution. It is the most common method used by electrical grids worldwide to transfer power and is used to power large motors and other heavy loads.
Choosing your air conditioner according to the requirements of a room or space rather than simply the power supply available is essential, and a Daikin Specialist Dealer will provide such guidance through an on-site consultation when you are selecting your Daikin system.