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Does all air conditioner use PTC heater?

Posted by ZSYzsy7979 (My Page) on
Sat, May 21, 11 at 2:26

Now most manufacturers are using PTC auxilary heater for their air conditioners.PTC heaters for floor standing and central air conditioner are constituted by PTC components, which are connected with heat sink strips by insulation layer, which is replaced by Aluminum tube in JX series. Parallel rows are added to increase windward surface so as to increase power with size unchanged. Thermostat and fuse are fixed to PTC heater.All products has outstanding performance in electrical strength, heating up and safety.Besides, we also design and produce customized products.


Item Parameters
Rated Voltage (V) 12~380V
Rated Frequency (Hz) 50(60)
Size of radiator (mm) 200~700
Rated power range (W) 500~5200
Power tolerance (%) +5~-10
Insulation resistance (M��) >=100
Electric Strength (V/min) 1500
PTC withstand voltage (V) 450
Power decay rate (%) <=10%/1000h
Max Surface Temperature (Celsius) 270
Response time of thermostat when overheated <=6
Response time of fuse when overheated <=15
Item Power (W) Size (mm) Structure
MZFR-J0527 500 266x44x15 Single row/glue
MZFR-J10x42 1000 420x44x15 Single row/Al tube
MZFR-J1538 1500 384x44x15 Double rows/glue
MZFR-J16x55 1600 550x44x15 Single row/Al tube
MZFR-J20x56 2000 560x62x15 Double rows/Al tube
MZFR-J30x35 3000 354x90x15 Three rows/Al tube
MZFR-J32x56 3200 560x62x15 Double rows/Al tube
You may visit www.xy-ptc for different ptc heater for different air conditioners.

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RE: Does all air conditioner use PTC heater?

How about the leeward surface?

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