Quote Originally Posted by .:JJ:. View Post
The best way to do this is by checking your superheated at the compressor.
Depending on how far the compressor is from the case or box, the condition of the insulation on the suction line and were the pipe is ran ( overhead under the roof or underground).
This is why superheated does not matter. What matters is the proper cooling of the compressor. I had to work with several systems where the superheat needed to be set to 1 df in order to provide proper cooling to the compressor
Check your comp specs. It's usually 60-65 df max suction line temp at compressor on the medium temp and 25df on low temp
At the risk of piling on. I couldn't disagree more.