AIR CONDITIONER FOR ELECTRICAL ENCLOSURE
New, takeoffs MCLEAN ENGINEERING model T20-0226-G169. Due to an engineering change these were removed from unsold enclosures. Contains heating circuit also. Uses R134 refrigerant.
A: Most likely. Please contact our Customer Service department with your order and shipping details and we can provide an international quote.
Date Submitted: 08/21/2018
Would this be great to keep a dog house comfy for your pet?
A: We have no information about the size of enclosure this was meant to regulate, nor the temperature range it was designed to regulate said enclosure to. We cannot say.
Date Submitted: 03/20/2018
Are these units complete with freon and functional for heating and cooling ? Thanks
A: As addressed in the previous questions, yes.
Date Submitted: 03/11/2018
Is there a model number associated with this unit?
A: MCLEAN ENGINEERING model T20-0226-G169
Date Submitted: 01/22/2018
Hello! What colors are the wires in the photo of the back of the unit? Are there 2 wires bundled together (look to be blue and red) , and another 2 wires bundled together (look to be white and grey)? Thank you!
A: There are two bundles of wires. One bundle is a heavier gauge with white, black, and green wires. The second set is a lighter gauge with red, blue, and peach wires.
Date Submitted: 12/12/2017
Do you have any documentation,if not is there a wire diagram somewhere on the unit that you can make available?
A: We have no documentation, nor do we have access to a wiring diagram.
Date Submitted: 06/20/2017
How many speeds does the blower have and what is the cam? . Is the whole back side of the unit considered to be The exhaust?.
A: There is no speed selection on the blower. We do not know the cfm. We have very little information as to the original application, mounting, or exhausting of these units.
Date Submitted: 09/12/2016
On the grill side of the unit does it need to mounted to a outside wall and does this unit have only one speed at what cfm?
A: We do not have any cfm rating on the unit, and very little information about the necessity of mounting it to an outside wall. We know they were meant to regulate an undetermined size electrical enclosure with a consistent internal heat load.
Date Submitted: 09/10/2016
How is the exhaust vented out ?
A: This unit is self contained and has only a fan grill in the back, and the output grill in the front.
Date Submitted: 09/08/2016
Does this unit require a drain line.
A: There is a small tube at the bottom of this unit for a drain hose to slip over.
Date Submitted: 09/08/2016
Are these rated for outdoor use?
A: These were meant for electrical cabinets in remote locations that required climate control. They are not rated for outdoor use.
Date Submitted: 07/25/2016
Does the unit come charged with coolant, or does it need to have coolant added before it can be used?
A: These units come pre-charged.
Date Submitted: 06/17/2016
Is this a self-contained unit? Does it have a compressor in it?
A: Yes, this is a self contained unit. All it requires is electricity.