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Refrigerator Model

1 Evaporator 2 Fan 3 Heater 4 Outlet quick connection 5 Inlet quick connection 6 Refrigeration Chamber

  • Operation Experiment
  • Faults Simulation Experiments
    • Delivery Pipe at the Compressor Clogged
    • Intake Pipe at the Compressor Clogged
    • Condenser Fan Fault
    • Evaporator Clogged
    • Evaporator Fan Fault
    • Expansion Valve at Refrigeration Fault
    • Capillary Tube Clogged Fault
  • Refrigerant: R-134a.
  • Solenoid Valve
    • Ambient temperature range [°C][Max]: 80 °C.
    • Ambient temperature range [°C] [Min]: - 40 °C.
    • Frequency [Hz]: 50 Hz.
    • Power consumption: 12 W.
    • Rel. Humidity [% RH] [Max]: 100 %.
    • Rel. Humidity [% RH] [Min]: 0 %.
    • Supply voltage: 220 V.
  • Expansion valve
    • Body material: Brass
    • Capillary tube length [in]: 59 in
    • Capillary tube length [mm]: 1500 mm
    • Factory setting (FS) [°C]: 6 °C
    • Flow direction: Single-flow
    • Max. Working Pressure [bar]: 34 bar
    • Static Superheat (SS) [°C]: 4 °C
    • Static Superheat (SS) [°F]: 7.2 °F
    • Temperature range [°C] [Max]: 10 °C
    • Temperature range [°C] [Min]: -40 °C
    • Electric Heater Power: 250 W
  • Temperature sensor: pt100.
    • Measuring Range: -40 to 60°C.
    • Analogue outputs: 0-10V or 4-20 mA.
  • Refrigerator Model - (AR - 005)
  • Hard copy user manual

Refrigerator model (AR-005) is a part of the refrigeration and air-conditioning training system. In combination with the base unit, the operational model of a domestic refrigerator is created. The model is plugged onto the base unit, secured using fasteners and connected with refrigerant hoses to become a complete refrigeration circuit.

  • The model of a refrigerator is designed to be plugged into the base unit to simulate a real refrigerator.
  • The refrigerator model is composed of inlet and outlet valves, solenoid valves, expansion valves, capillary tube and refrigeration chamber.
  • The refrigeration chamber is provided with evaporator, fan and cooling load.
  • The chamber is provided with transparent front.
  • The expansion elements are selected via solenoid valves to be either expansion valve or capillary tube.
  • The sensors are used to record temperature and pressure at different measuring points, the measured values of the sensors can be observed through the software.
  • The software operates the solenoid valves, fan, heater and fault simulation.
  • The software with control functions and data acquisition are via USB.
  • The software acts as an educational software, data acquisition, system operation.
  • A non-linear electric heater is used to generate the heating load.