Split Unit A/C System

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Re: Split Unit A/C System

Postby jazzman » Fri Oct 29, 2010 12:46 pm

Room: bedroom, often doubles as a second office during the daytime.

Area: 24 m2 (258 ft2)
Ceiling height: 2.60 m (8.5 ft)
Room volume: 62.40 m3 (2,200 ft3)
Room construction: single skin 7cm cinderblock, rendered 2cm both sides.
Ceiling: 60 x 60 plaster panels - ventilated
Windows: Four 110 x 140 6mm green tinted glass windows on three sides, and one fully glazed exterior door 80 x 200
Roof: NAVA® concrete tiles (similar CPAC Monier®). Reflective aluminium foil under the tiles. Special upward evacuation. Convecting soffit.

Aircon:

Brand: MITSUI® by TTC Airconditioning, Thailand.
Type: outside compressor, steel housing, very quiet. Indoor wall unit, very quiet,. Large digita temperature display on unit. Remote control
Rating: 9,800 BTU
Wattage: 3,000 W
Voltage: 220/240V AC
Thermostat: generally set at: 27°C (80.6°F) Feels cold here in Thailand. In the UK, Germany, France septentrionale, temperatures rarely get this high.
Price: Baht 10,200.

Perfomance: Perfect foir the ijtended use.
Room ocuopation: approx 8 hours per day/night
Cost to run: approx baht 500 - 600 per month. Perfectly acceptable.

Vendor: Macro, Udon Thani.
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Re: Split Unit A/C System

Postby kknaj » Fri Oct 29, 2010 5:43 pm

jazzman wrote:Price: Baht 10,200.

Perfomance: Perfect foir the ijtended use.
Room ocuopation: approx 8 hours per day/night
Cost to run: approx baht 500 - 600 per month. Perfectly acceptable.

Vendor: Macro, Udon Thani.


Awesome price. I could get 2 a/cs for the price of one if I can find this in Khon Kaen. Will start looking around. Thanks Jazzman!
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Re: Split Unit A/C System

Postby mecay » Sat Apr 20, 2013 1:07 pm

If there is something unexpected which happens with your power supply like outages, or dips there are some A/C which will lockout and not let you operate them. Reset the supply by having them off for a few minutes and let the boards power down. Switch them on and give them a shot.
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Re: Split Unit A/C System

Postby cfhebertjrphayao » Sat Apr 20, 2013 1:26 pm

Hi @mecay. Just wondering what post your post was referencing. Since I may have started the post I get updates. I don't see any posts having any reference to electric power. Are you sure you are in the right topic.
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Re: Split Unit A/C System

Postby Makmak456 » Sat May 11, 2013 9:29 pm

I think that he is refering to a "safety circuit" in AC units and for example a fridge that delay restart, when power drops or cuts out for a short time to protect the motor/compressor.
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