Air Conditioning Model Training Unit
(AR-043_)
  • Conditioning room air
  • Mixing different air flows
  • Humidification and dehumidification
  • Heating and cooling
  • Effect of a cooling load
  • Recirculating and outer air operation
  • in conjunction with optional accessories:
    • automation in an air conditioning system
  • Air-cooled condensing unit
    • Power consumption: 140W at -10°C
    • Refrigeration capacity: 320W at +5/40°C
  • Humidifier
    • heating power: 400W
  • Air heater
    • heating power: 360W
  • 2 heaters in the chamber as cooling load
    • power output: 0…250W each, freely adjustable
  • Flow cross-section of the air duct
  • Measuring Range
    • Temperature: 0.....50°C
    • Rel. Humidity: 10…90%
    • Power consumption: 0…600W (condensing unit)
    • Power: 2x 0…300W (cooling load)
    • Pressure: -1…9bar / -1…24bar (refrigerant)
    • Air velocity: 0…2,5m/s
  • Air Conditioning Model Training Unit (AR - 043)
  • Hard copy user manual

The educational unit is designed to introduce the trainees to the principles of air conditioning technology. The educational unit is provided with all necessary components to allow the trainees to perform wide range of experiments.

  • The main components of the air conditioning system are the air cooler with condensing unit, fan, steam humidifier and air heater.
  • The educational unit is provided with three motorized ventilation flaps to control the air distribution in the air conditioning system.
  • The climatic chamber is equipped with two different heat sources.
  • Temperature and relative humidity are measured at relevant points in the air duct and displayed via digital, displays installed to the trainer.
  • The refrigeration circuit at the educational unit is equipped with two manometers with integrated temperature scale and a flow meter provide all relevant measurements.
  • The educational unit is also provided with a software, Air conditioning controller and I/O connection box.
  • The trainer is equipped with potentiometers to control the system parameters.
  • The trainer is supplied with digital displays to display the measured parameters.
  • A schematic diagram to demonstrate the system operation.
  • The unit is fixed on four caster wheels to eases its motion inside the laboratory, these caster wheels are equipped with brakes to prevent the trainer from sliding during the operation.
  • The unit is treated against rust and electrostatically painted.