Hello I need help deciphering the labels on this HVAC system. I want to know how many watts/hr this system consumes when operating in cooling mode. The end goal here is to get a few ballpark numbers on potential energy savings if we reducing our cooling load by upgrading our halogen lighting to LED.
The air handler label lists the following information
Model No. 048-DUX-A-44HW
Motor Volt 115
Minimum Supply Circuit Ampacity, Cir1 8.75
Maximum Fuse Size, Cir1 15
The compressor unit lists the following
Model No. H1DB042506B
Unit Supply 208/230V 1PH 60HZ
Min CKT Ampacity 27.2
Max Time Delay Fuse (UL) 40 AMPS (CSA) 40 AMPS
Max NACR Type CKT Breaker (UL) 40 AMPS
Max Circuit Breaker (CSA) 40 AMPS
Compressor 208/230V 1PH 60HZ 20.5RLA 120LRA
Fan Motor 208/230V 1PH 60HZ 1.6FLA 3.8LRA
I know volts*amps = watts, but I'm not really sure what the amps are based on these labels.
we use fla full load amps or rla running load amps, same thing different terms, potatoe/potato
halogen lighting is like running a heat lamp and I would seriously avoid it. unfortunately 10 yrs ago LED lighting did not exist and halogen gave tremendous light for a very small bulb with lots of heat. go LED anyway.
"Cut it twice and it is still too short".
Easyway. is to just check the watt rating of the halogen. Then subtract the watt consumption of the LED's your thinking of using. What ever that comes out to, multiply by 3.413. That is how many BTUs you won't use any more.