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    What does "A.C.P." mean?

    Hello everyone,

    I came across the abbreviation "A.C.P." on a unit nameplate today. It was listing the specifications for each compressor and the numbers below "A.C.P" appear to be amperage. Anyone know what this stands for?

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    Automatic Colt Pistol sure your not looking at a gun? There is an ICP
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    Question

    Dunno.
    I have done commissioning, and have never run across that. A WAG is A.C. Power?
    which would be in watts, volt-amps, or horsepower. any of those missing from the nameplate?

    nothing here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayline View Post
    Automatic Colt Pistol sure your not looking at a gun? There is an ICP
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    Lol, I was thinking .45 ACP!!!
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    check Emersons website...some folks around here claim that Emersons website of definitions are the bomb.
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    Acceptable Circuit Protection maybe, just a guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvac69 View Post
    Acceptable Circuit Protection maybe, just a guess.
    I like that better than what I made up before - how about Amps, Circuit Protection?

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    Just a guess "Air Conditioner Packaged", from this link http://www.upgnet.com/pdffileredirec...ptg-c-1108.pdf

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    I would call the MFG?

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