The complete system weights 41Lbs. CG is negligible. The electrical load is 20 AMPS.
...or, if it's a model without duct, we can add a complete tunnel.
This system has a belt driven compressor mounted at the rear of the engine.
This system has the latest technology through out
All components are of the newest materials, this results in better cooling and less weight.
Automatically Operated with a Digital Control Unit, less work load, especially during descents and approaches.
No Flight Restrictions; No need to turn off for take-off or landing.
Aft heat control is available for the middle-row passengers to operate
No documented penalty for range or speed
Passenger & Crew - Comfort & Safety
An 11 stage blower is connected to the existing overhead duct. We remove the small forked duct at the front and add a new front section.
...we can use the rear section of the original duct,
The rear passengers have the convenience of a switch that will control the rear heat with a bar graph indicator. This switch is also accessible to the pilot..
The condenser and evaporator are located in the rear fuselage.
Air-conditioning and heat are controlled by a digital display computer. The system dose a complete self test each time it is turned on. Once you have selected your comfort zone, you never need to do anything else.
When you turn on the master switch, the unit will be set and ready. There is a manual over-ride option.
The unit is conveniently located on the center console..
The condenser is exhausted out the right side of the rear fuselage
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