Inverter A/C running at low(est) power
I have a 18000btu split type inverter air conditioning system and I want to run it ONLY at reduced output power (low input current), as it have to share the same power inverter with a refrigerator and a well pump. If the refrigerator and the pump start simultaneously, the inverter almost enter the "red" zone. That's it, it would not accept any other semnificative load during that time.
To avoid the inverter shutdown, I thought of forcing the inverter air conditioning system to work at a reduced power despite of its thermostat settings or room temperature. Let's say, I want it to run at 1/5 of ful power all the time.
Does anyone knows if that's possible without hacking the A/C internal circuits?