Haier floor standing AC indoor PCB part wiring diagram
Wiring Diagram Indoor part :
|UNIT 1||Display Board|
|UNIT 2||Main Board|
|FAN 1||INDOOR FAN|
|RT 1||ROOM TEMPERATURE SENSOR|
|RT 2||PIPE TEMPERATURE SENSOR|
|XT 1 – XT 2||TERMINAL|
|VER-SW||VERTICAL SWING MOTOR|
|HOR-SW||HORIZONTAL SWING MOTOR|
|CN1 – CN5 – CN8|
CN11 – CN16
CN17 – CN19
CN20 – CN21
|PCB BOARD SOCKETS|
What is floor standing AC ?
A floor-standing AC (air conditioner) refers to a type of air conditioning unit that is designed to be placed on the floor and operate independently. It is also known as a floor-standing air conditioner or a floor-mounted air conditioner.
Floor-standing AC units are typically larger and more powerful than window or portable air conditioners. They are commonly used in commercial spaces, large rooms, or areas where central air conditioning may not be available or sufficient.
These units consist of an indoor unit and an outdoor unit. The indoor unit is placed on the floor inside the room, while the outdoor unit is installed outside the building. The indoor unit draws in warm air from the room, cools it down using a refrigeration cycle, and then releases the cool air back into the room. The heat extracted from the indoor air is transferred to the outdoor unit and expelled outside.
Floor-standing AC units often have higher cooling capacities, allowing them to cool larger areas effectively. They usually feature adjustable louvers to control the direction of airflow and may have additional features such as remote controls, timers, and multiple fan speeds for enhanced convenience and comfort.
Overall, floor-standing AC units are a popular choice for cooling large spaces or areas where other types of air conditioners may not be suitable or practical.