This is, in a way, a vague question to ask because an inverter AC has nothing to do with an inverter. You can practically run any AC on an inverter if it provides enough power. Whether it’s an inverter AC or not, makes no difference.
What you have to understand here is that an inverter AC uses something called a Power Inverter and this is how these ACs got the term “inverter” in their name. In a regular AC, the compressor is either on or off. It’s designed to always work at full power. When you set a temperature in your AC, the compressor works until that temperature is reached and then it is automatically turned off. If there is a change in temperature, it turns itself back on.
An inverter AC, however, gives more stability to the compressor since it only gives sufficient power to the AC that it requires to reach that temperature, and afterwards keep it consistent. This is why the inverter ac power consumption is about 30-35% less than regular AC.
Hope this cleared your doubt.
Yes, it can, but it will work for short time period only.
Inverter ac means that the inverter circuit of the ac will start working when the supply power gets reduced to minimum requirement, they are mostly for low supply voltage applications.
Yes we can, Once room is cool enough, Then the inverter ac compressor will slow down(taking only little energy) And suppose electricity ran off at the time when room is cool enough and comressor is running at 300w. Then inverter will get only 300w load and If you have 1kwh inverter Then your ac will run around 3 hours If ac takes 300watts only.