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    a/c supply air temp.

    Is the a/c supply air temperature related to what the outdoor amibient temperature is? For example, outdoor temperature is 95, would the temperature of the supply air be the same if the outdoor temperature was 90? Or should there be a temp differential relative to indoor supply air and outdoor ambient temp that remains constant? Just curious.

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    Your indoor supply temp is going to depend on your indoor air temp and humidity level more than it is going to depend on the outdoor temp.
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    Both indoor and outdoor temps will effect it.

    Might only be a couple degrees difference between 90 and 95.
    If your ductwork is in the attic, it can vary more yet.
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