I am installing a hybrid solar air conditioner that will run on 800 watts of solar and 90 watts of AC power. I think this is a great a
Why not all solar?
yes you do need to pull a Viacom . if you don't anything in the lines will screw it up.
I cant wait to see this. its only a 1 ton unit so where are you planning on putting it? By the looks of your house you will need another unit to aid you. its a heat pump? so it will supply heat as well? I heard heat pumps are not to good between 40* – 70* weather. is this true?
Compressor oil Will turn to acidic oil (because of moisture in the air inside the piping and evaporator), acidic oil will slowly destroys the insulation of electrical coils that are in the compressor. (Do not overlook the vacuum).Thanks for the VIDEOS.
Put a vacuum pump on it and take it down to 300-500 Microns or that D.C.Compressor wont work for very long…..
Looks exactly like the A/C home units we have here in Japan!
I wonder if this comes in a reverse cycle or if that costs too much power.That would be awesome if that was possible. :)
Looks sweet . Keep us posred please
OK, I'm ready to hear more about this thing… wanting to know how you feel about the quality of the compenents etc.
Air Conditioning via the sun is the Holy Grail of the South! :)
wish someone showed evacuated tube solar panel hvac using an absorption refrigerant system in a passive "no pump" design. and it can double for the freezers and refrigeration via valving. it's practically free ac and food storage.
So what would be your solar-only AC design?
I lived on my boat for more than twenty five years, and would have given up body parts to have had an AC system like this. There should be a huge market for these in the marine industry.
I've installed hundreds of mini splits and residential and commercial AC units. Always evacuate the system. Moisture will freeze in the metering device and it will also react with the oil and create acid which will eat away the laminations in the compressor windings. This why a lot of new home lose their compressors after about a year or two because the installers in new construction don't always take the time to pull a vacuum.
This is 12000 BTU, 890 watts. Kingtech – 16000 BTU, 850 watts.
Lol. That's a pioneer mini split.
It looks well made, would you please share with us if there has been any problem with it so far?
try running your condensate line across your condenser coil, draining on the coil, this will help lighten the load on the compressor by helping remove heat off the coil.
Great Videos. I'm just starting to learn about the off-grid systems. I see Air conditioning systems you offer on your website. How about Solar radiant floor heating to go with your AC system? I'm guessing you would need to use a solar hot water heater in conjunction with it? Or how about a solar heat exchanger system?
Does the ACDC12 unit automatically switch over to AC at night time? Is it a system that doesn't sell back to the power company?
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Is there an follow up to this video?
Is this the smallest unit they make? Looking for something for a 24×32 insulated pole barn with 14' ceiling.
nice- you the man
inverter units don't have a BIG start up surg. They start slowly , about 2amps, then ramp up as needed, and ramp down to MAINTAIN. You can't always have the solar in full sun so having 220 grid takes up the slack times. A SEE of 35 ain't nutter to sneeze at bro!
Sir if the system is hybrid where goes the excess current from the solar panel.
Always pull a vacuum on HVAc lines.
We use a 5000 BTU window A/C pulling 450w to cool the trailer off of 750w of solar. It's not direct, it uses a industrial inverter made to handle the start up surge. it will run from 10 am to 3 pm off of the solar alone. We use it off grid and 675 Ah of battery can handle it at night. Luckily it's never hot at 10,000 feet at night.
we need something smaller that's solar for tiny homes and rv's. 800 watts is too much for a typical 400 watt setup.
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