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  1. #40
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    Quote Originally Posted by tripledo View Post
    Well, my problem was more in general for other locations, but I happened to be at TomTom's asian grill...I never looked that hard the first day, but was pretty confident they would most likely have a plug, since there is a Sea of condensors on the roof (condos).

    If you're talking about the one on McKinney Ave. there are some fancy places around there and accross I 75. I live a little north of there, it is crazy in the evenings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poodle Head Mikey View Post
    Most units have the control transformers sized for the crankcase heater load. The actual controls use very little power.
    never seen a transformer used to energize a cch, have you, which unit?



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    Chiller packages.

    From D/B. The 120 volt CCH's work off the control transformer - as the controls are 120 volts. In Engineering the design sizing of the transformer was based on the wattage of the CCH's as that was typically the largest load on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airmechanical View Post
    never seen a transformer used to energize a cch, have you, which unit?
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    yep, Mckinney Ave. nice area, but definitely congested especially in the evenings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poodle Head Mikey View Post
    From D/B. The 120 volt CCH's work off the control transformer - as the controls are 120 volts. In Engineering the design sizing of the transformer was based on the wattage of the CCH's as that was typically the largest load on it.

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    ok i will bite, what is D/B



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  6. #45
    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger93rsl View Post
    I just think Dewalt needs to get busy an make us some cordless vacuume pumps and recovey units.
    the batteries would weigh more than the transformer needed in the 480/240 sitch, even LiIons aren't very energy dense. The pumps draw what, 2kVA or so continuous? Last time they evac-ed the big 15 ton unit on our roof it took a loooooooong time. Thats like a truckload of batteries

    Nice dream though.

    Now...A *GAS* powered evac pump...theeeeres something to think about. But at that point you might just get a little Honda E3000i Genny.

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