1-10. LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS, (Continued)
(11) Conditi oned Air Louver -- Adjustable louvers allow directional control of conditioned air.
(12) Intake Air Louver -- Adjustable louvers allow control of outside (fresh) and return (from room or enclosure)
(13) Input Power Receptacle (Primary) -- For standard primary connection of external power source cable.
(14) Input Power Receptacle (Alternate) -- This alternate input power receptacle is provided to allow power
connections to the air conditioner when unit installation makes use of the primary input power receptacle
(15) Control Panel Assembly -- Contains a four position mode selector switch and a temperature control
(16) Compressor -- Cycles refrigerant through the system during cooling operations.
(17) Condenser Fan Assembly
-- Draws ambient air through the condenser coil and discharges the heated air
back to the outside during cooling operations.
(18) Condenser Air Louvers
-- Adjustable louvers control amount
of air available
to cool condenser coil.
(19) Conditione d Air Filter -- Provides filtered return air.
(20) Mist Eliminator -- Eliminates mist from conditioned air.
(21) Circuit Breaker -- Located in the main electric power supply line just after the EMI filter.
breaker provides electrical circuit protection for the air conditioner.
(22) Service Valves (High and Low Pressure) -- These valves provide a connection point for charging and
checking the refrigerant lines.
(23) Expansion Valve
-- Meters refrigerant flow
to the evaporator during cooling cycles when the unit
is in the
(24) Coil Frost Switch
-- This thermostatic switch opens compressor circuit
if the evaporator coil begins
to equalize the pressure at the suction and discharge sides of the compressor. It closes when the