Are you considering buying an air conditioner to beat the heat this summer? There are certain things buyers should look out for before making a purchase. ACs come in different varieties; there are certain characteristics that may make one brand preferable to another. For instance, two of the market leaders in the air-conditioning sector, Lloyd and LG, each come with their own set of pros and cons. Here, we put two of their best models against each other to explore the similarities and differences between their key features and specifications.
Keep reading to learn the differences between Lloyd LS18I53ID Split 1.5 ton AC and the LG KS-Q18AWZD Split 1.5 ton AC enabled with Smart Thinq.
These are the board specifications of both models. Each of the features will be elaborated on in subsequent sections.
Lloyd LS18I53ID Split
- Two-way Swing
- 4D Express Cooling
- Built-in Wi-fi for Smartphone Control
- Twin Rotary Compressor
LG KS-Q18AWZD Split
- Dual Inverter
- 100% Copper with Ocean Black Protection
- Built-in Wifi for Smartphone Control
- Hi Grooved Copper
- Active Energy Control
Both models are enabled with inverter AC technology, where compressors can internally adjust the rate of airflow to suit environmental needs. Inverter ACs consume less power, make less noise, and last longer than non-inverter ACs. LG Smart Thinq AC comes enabled with a ‘Dual Inverter Compressor’ that has two rotary motors adjust their speed and offer wide rotation frequency.
While the conventional operation range of ACs is between a power input of 20 Hz offering cooling up to 100 Hz, LG’s special compressor allows it to operate at input below 20Hz offering cooling above 100Hz. Its indoor noise level is specified to be 31 decibels for the indoor unit. Llyod LS18I53ID also comes with ‘Twin Rotary Compressor Technology’, which allows for better cooling at less power. It performs slightly louder at 43 decibels for the indoor unit.
The tonnage on both ACs is 1.5 which means that they should sufficiently cool a room of 140 to 180 square feet. However, there are differences in terms of cooling technology in both models. Lloyd LS18I53ID has a cooling capacity of 5250 Watts. It comes enabled with a two-way swing feature which opens the air vane to direct the airflow horizontally in the counterclockwise direction. Additionally, this model offers ‘4D Express Cooling Technology’ which sucks 20% of the air indoors to deliver faster cooling.
In comparison, LG Smart Thinq AC has a cooling capacity of 5100 Watts. It has a High-Temperature Cooling Score (HTCS) of 5. To test for HTCS, the cooling capacity of an AC is tested at high outside temperatures of 48 degrees Celsius. LG Smart Thinq was able to perform at a greater 80% cooling capacity in these settings, giving it the highest score of 5. LG Smart Thinq AC also comes with a ‘4-way swing’ feature, which allows it to direct airflow vertically and horizontally.
Lloyd LS18I53ID comes with 5 BEE (Bureau of Energy Efficiency) stars indicating that they perform exceptionally well while consuming minimum power. 5 BEE stars are the gold standard for energy-efficient ACs, as they consume the least amount of electricity with great cooling capacity. This rare feature offers long-term savings as it reduces buyers’ electricity bills by up to 30% of the original price. The Llyod LS18I53ID requires a power input of 1410 W to cool at its strongest.
LG’s Smart Thinq AC doesn’t display a BEE star grade but instead comes equipped with Active Energy Control that detects the level of heat or activity in the room and adjusts its compressor power. LG Smart Thinq air conditioner saves energy by limiting the power consumption from 40% to 80% based on how crowded a room is and can save up to 57% on energy consumption. Smart Thinq AC requires a power input of 1440 Watts, slightly higher than the Llyod LS18I53ID, to cool at its strongest.
Besides these features there are numbers of other features that one should check before buying one. AC buying guide may be helpful in this way, with which your choice to right one would be easy according to your requirements. If it talks about special features of both models are WiFi enabled – which means you can effortlessly change temperatures using the required apps from your smartphone. For the LG Smart Thinq AC, you need to download the LG Smart Thinq app, available for iPhone and Android users. For the Llyod air conditioner, you require the Lloyd Smart AC Remote Control App available for iPhone and Android users.
LG Smart Thinq AC offers the additional feature of detecting and notifying users about low refrigerant levels which enable the room to grow uncomfortable and hot. It is also more durable from pollutants because of the special ‘Ocean Black Protection’ that is 100% copper-based on indoor and outdoor units.
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