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|16.A.1 – Air Conditioner #1 Condition||A||F||P||NI||NP|
|16.A.2 – Air Conditioner #1 Filter Condition||A||F||P||NI||NP|
|16.A.3 – Air Conditioner #1 Brand/Model/Serial#||Brand:||Model:||Serial:|
|16.A.4 – Air Conditioner #1 Thermostatic Controls||Dual w/Furnace||Stand Alone||Zoned||NP|
|16.A.5 – Air Conditioner #1 Options||Air Conditioner ONLY||Heat Pump||Heat Strip|
|16.A.6 – Air Conditioner #1 Delta-T||Degrees F|
So what exactly is Delta-T? RV air conditioners are made to lower the temp inside the RV at least 20 degrees cooler than outside. So take for example if it is 100 degrees F outside, you can expect the AC unit to drop temp to 80F, if you get more than that out of your RV, BONUS.
How is it measured? I take temp and make sure the air coming out of the AC unit drops the temp at least 20 degrees.
Next week we will start a multi-week post on Interior Conditions, ceilings, lights, walls, closets, windows, flooring, kitchen sink, toilet, shower and bathroom sink.
See you next week 🙂