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    York YLAA101 TXV

    York YLAA series 101 ton chiller has a heater of some sort on the TXV it is not an electronic XV. What purpose does the heater serve?

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    The Micro-panel calculates the SSH, It then energizes the heater whish is immersed in a ref. charge and closes off the valve when heater is energized(pulsed) and the valve opens when no heater pulses are seen. Voila'...A "Non-Motorized EXV".
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    So it is then an electronic XV after all. Looks to have just a plain power head and sensin bulb and in the options menu (factory set) it says plain ol thermal XV

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichardL View Post
    The Micro-panel calculates the SSH, It then energizes the heater whish is immersed in a ref. charge and closes off the valve when heater is energized(pulsed) and the valve opens when no heater pulses are seen. Voila'...A "Non-Motorized EXV".
    No, you are thinking of the EEVs on a YCAL unit. The YLAAs have little tiny resistance heaters that are glued to the powerhead. They're used to counteract low ambient problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImpellerNut View Post
    No, you are thinking of the EEVs on a YCAL unit. The YLAAs have little tiny resistance heaters that are glued to the powerhead. They're used to counteract low ambient problems.
    Interesting what kind of low ambient problems?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave1234 View Post
    Interesting what kind of low ambient problems?
    it is simply an electric heater that keeps the txv head warm. during low ambient conditions (or at least when the ambient conditions are colder than the suction line temperature), the fluid in the powerhead/bulb can condense in the head (which is below the bulb) instead of being in the bulb.
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    ^exactly

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