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TM-5-4120-361-14 Air Conditioner Vertical Compact 18 000 BTU/HR 208 Volts 3 Phase 50/60 Hz (Model 18K 208 3 60) Manual
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Section III. TECHNICAL PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION - TM-5-4120-361-14_18
TM 5-4120-361-14 Figure  1-3. Air conditioner top view, top covers removed hoses, electrical control panel and con- trols, main input power connector, con- trol mdule, and the ventilation air damper door and control knob. The evap- orator fan draws air into the unit, from the space being conditioned, through the inlet louver and air conditioning fil- ter, or when required, from the outside of the unit, through the fresh air fil- ter and ventilation duct; air is then forced over the heater elements through evaporator coil, mist eliminator and outlet louver. The outlet louver has adjustable blades for directing the air flow into a desired pattern within the space being conditioned. The  evaporator fan speed is controlled by a toggle switch on the control module. b. Condenser Section. The condenser section (fig. 1-3)  located in the rear part of the air conditioner contains the condenser coil, condenser coil guard, two condenser motors and fans, motor compressor, condenser fan housings and louvers, louver actuator, ventilation air duct, fresh air filter and vent screen, thermal switch, refrigerant liquid sight indicator, solenoid valves, expansion quench valve, discharge bypass regulation valve, pressure relief valve, system access service valves, filter- drier, refrigerant liquid receiver, ac- cumulator, associated electrical wiring and refrigerant tubing and an alternate power input connector. The condenser fan speed is controlled by a thermal switch located on rear of unit. At am- bient temperatures of 100°F +5°F (38°C +3°C) or higher, the condenser fan motors will operate at high speed (3750 RPM); and at ambient temperatures below 100°F  (38°C),   the motor will operate at 1-3

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