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A/C Compressor, 12,825 BtuH, 115V
- Item # 6AGY7
- Mfr. Model # 5PS132UAA21
- UNSPSC # 40151607
- Catalog Page # 4203
- Shipping Weight 29.0 lbs.
- Item A/C Compressor
- BtuH 12,825
- Voltage 115
- Phase 1
- Line Connection Suction I.D. 1/2"
- Line Connection Discharge I.D. 5/16"
- Refrigerant Type R-410A
- Nominal HP 1
- Hz 60
- Amps 12.15
- Evaporating Temp @ ARI Standards 45 Degrees F
- Condensing Temp @ ARI Standards 130 Degrees F
- Return Gas Temp @ ARI Standards 65 Degrees F
- Ambient Temp @ ARI Standards 95 Degrees F
- Liquid Temp @ ARI Standards 115 Degrees F
- Base Mounting (Center) Triangle 6"
- Length 8"
- Width 4-21/32"
- Height 12-1/4"
- Run Capacitor MF/Volt 45/260
- Type of Compressor Oil PVE
- Application Marine A/C, Room A/C, Package Terminal A/C
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 1 yr.
- Standards UL/CSA
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