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    Airco Saver

    Anyone have any experience good or bad with a product called the AircoSaver? The theory of operation is: the device has a sensor-driven software algorithm that detects thermodynamic saturation of coils to switch the compressor off while fan still runs to maximize stored cooling capacity; once coils temperature rises (after short-cycle prevention time expires); compressor kicks back in. Touted as a potential 20-30% energy saving device for air conditioning.

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    Hi and welcome.

    What happens on design days when you need full capacity to keep up with the load?

    Do you need to add a hard start kit?

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    Welcome to HVAC-Talk

    As stated in the header, this forum is primarily a welcome area and not for asking technical questions. Your question would be better posed in the Residential HVAC forum down the page a bit in The Arpa Zone section.

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    Welcome to the site.
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