Basic functions of any air conditioner include:
- Turning air conditioner on and off;
- Selecting operation mode;
- Adjusting air flow direction.
You can operate your air conditioner by pressing the buttons on the remote control or using buttons on the indoor unit.
Auto mode of the air conditioner allows automatically set the temperature and fan speed depending on the room temperature detected by the build-in temperature sensor.
In cool mode the air conditioner cools your room and you can adjust the temperature and fan speed to make cooler in hot summer months.
In dry mode (which can be optional in some models of air conditioners depending on the manufacturer) the air conditioner acts like dehumidifier by removing moisture from the indoor air. In the humid climate this functions allows to make the air refreshing.
Fan mode is indicated for room ventilation and refreshing the stale air in the room. It is very convenient for bad ventilated rooms.
Heat mode allows warming the room in cold months of winter. This mode can be optional in old models of air conditioners; modern models usually have this mode as a basic function.
One of the basic functions available in practically all models is adjusting the air flow direction. Air flow can be directed to the desired position. In vertical air flow blades move up and down. In horizontal air flow the blades move left or right to keep the air flow direction in a constant position a person prefers.