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Chapter 1. INTRODUCTION - TM-5-4120-347-140013
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Figure 1-2. Location of Major Components (Sheet 1 of 2) - TM-5-4120-347-140015
TM5-4120-347-14
Section II.
EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION
PURPOSE, CAPABILITIES AND FEATURES
a. The Model F9000H-3 Air Conditioner is designed to circulate, filter and cool or heat air in the room or
enclosure in which it is installed.
b. The Model F9000H-3 has a capability of providing a maximum of 10,000 BTU/HR of cooling or 7,000
BTU/HR of heating. It is designed to automatically maintain the air in the room or enclosure at the desired
temperature selected on the control panel.
c. The unit is self-contained in a single cabinet that is ideally suited for van or shelter type installations. The
only external requirements are a source of 208 volt ac. 3 phase, 60 hertz, 9 amp input power, a suitable ground
and an entry to a suitable drain, lower than the base of the cabinet in its operating location, for disposal of con-
densate waste water. It is designed to operate in almost any environmental condition from arctic to tropic and is
fully portable for movement from one location to another.
d. The primary installation requirement is that the exhaust air from the compressor/condenser section must
be vented to the outside atmosphere. This subject is fully covered in the installation instructions contained in
Chapter 4, "Organizational Maintenance Instructions."
e. When using this equipment in a secure area, caution must be exercised in meeting the established elec-
tromagnetic radiation standards. These standards may limit the use of the equipment's remote capability and
require additional shielding for the ducts.
LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS
See figure 1-2 (Sheets 1 and 2)
o
1
Fabric Cover. Protects back or exposed side of the unit during periods of shut down. Must be rolled
up when operating in the cool mode or when fresh (outside) air is being used in any mode.
o
2
Conditioned Air Supply Louver. Provides directional control of conditioned air.
Conditioned (Evaporator) Air Fan. Draws the room or enclosure air in over the filter and blows it out
over the evaporator and heaters to supply conditioned air. The speed is adjustable. See Item 16.
0
4
Temperature Selector (Thermostat) Sensing Bulb. Senses the temperature of the room or enclosure
air as it is drawn back into the air conditioner. This bulb is part of the temperature selector control (thermostat)
hat is located on the control panel module.
o
5
Conditioned Air Filter. Filters room or enclosure air as it is recirculated.
o
6
Conditioned Air Fan Motor. Drives the conditioned air fan.
o
7
Return Air Louver with Filter Clamps. The recirculated air from the room or enclosure is drawn in
through this louver. The filter, item 5, is mounted on clips on the inside of this louver.
o
8
Junction Box and Control Panel Module. Contains major unit controls. See items 9 thru 16 for a
descrlption of some of these controls.
o
9
Control Circuit Breaker. Protects control circuit.
o
10
Input Power Receptacle (Primary Location), Connection point for main input power cable. See item
37 for alternate receptacle.
o
11
Control Panel Module. Contains switches and controls for operating the air conditioner. See items
13, 14, 16 and 17 for a description of these switches and controls.

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