Manufacturer: FTS Systems
Model: Does Not Apply
Condition: For Parts or Not Working. Cosmetic condition is good with minor normal blemishes from use. The output hose is slightly crumpled looking. Working condition is partial (see below). The photos show the exact item(s) the buyer will receive.
Notes: This unit is being sold for parts or repair ONLY. It had a note on it that the refrigerant was removed, which we think may be why the compressors never turned on. We were not able to find any specifications for this unit online. From the labels on the parts themselves, we think that it is capable of temperatures in the range of -55º to 100ºC, at up to 6CFM. We applied air and electrical power and the temperature indication rose out of range of the display (indicative of a broken thermocouple). We used our own thermocouple for testing (not included) on the External Control Point input, and switched to External. The readout then read ambient temperature. The setpoint was set to 110º and the air was VERY hot coming out the end of the nozzle. The heater turned off when the thermocouple was placed in the air stream, and eventually the temperature stabilized at the setpoint. The compressors never turned on, but the fans were running. Air flow seemed pretty low, and it may be due to a kinked line we saw inside. There was a pressure fitting which was open to the air, with the insulation removed (shown) inside also, and the condenser coils were pretty clean. No other testing was done. No manuals, cords/cables, or additional items are included if not listed or shown.
- (1) FTS Systems PAC-75A-22 Thermal Conditioning System
- (1) PAC-TC-44 (DCPTC-44) controller
- (1) Remote on/off switch box
- (1) Output hose
- Manufacturer: FTS Systems, Inc.
- Model: PAC-75A-22
- No returns - No refunds - No exchanges
- By purchasing this item, you are agreeing to not seek reimbursement should the item not function to the manufacturer's specifications.
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