Inverter ® Technology
Panasonic Inverter ® Technology perfects the art of cooking with microwave ovens, delivering delicious flavour, excellent colour, and superb shape and texture in the foods you cook. The optimized delivery of microwave energy means delicate foods can simmer without the edges and surfaces overcooking. Foods have the look and taste of conventional-oven cooking without the wait!Linear Output Power for Even Cooking
Unlike other microwave ovens, Inverter ® technology provides an optimized energy flow that variably adjusts the intensity for each meal selection. Other ovens try to create lower energy levels by using the same maximum power all the time, but repeatedly turning it on and off. Panasonic's precise heat mean you can cook, reheat or defrost foods without overcooking edges. You'll enjoy delicious, healthy cooking results, and all in less time!Achieve Maximum Cooking Results in Minimum Time
Select Panasonic microwave ovens feature 1,250 W - 1,300 W high power settings to help you achieve maximum cooking results in minimum time, while helping to preserve the nutritional value of many foods.*Fast Cooking Equals
* Result of Cornell University, Department of Nutritional Sciences study using Panasonic Microwave Ovens vs. Traditional cooking methods.
The cooking power and performance of a Panasonic Inverter ® Microwave oven has produced significant increases in nutrient levels of certain foods, when compared to other cooking methods such as boiling and steaming.*Not only will your food be ready fast, it will also contain the healthy nutrients you expect.Inverter ® Turbo Defrost
* Data used is a result of Cornell University's Dept. of Nutritional Sciences Study using Panasonic Microwave Ovens vs. Traditional cooking methods.
Panasonic has succeeded in evolving the Turbo Defrost feature, which allows you to defrost foods even faster than previous Panasonic Auto Defrost. Panasonic Inverter Turbo Defrost technology is an advanced microwave sequencing system using the Inverter's optimized power delivery feature.