Mini Compressor QX2002VDL (24V)
  • Mini Compressor QX2002VDL (24V)
  • Mini Compressor QX2002VDL (24V)
  • Mini Compressor QX2002VDL (24V)

Mini Compressor QX2002VDL (24V)

260.00
Capacity: ≥325W to 525W (1,790Btu) 24V DC

810g /1.79lbs
Refrigerant: R134A
Cylinder Number: Single pump
Size: 88.5 x 53.5 mm (High x Diameter)
Working Amps: 1~5.2A, (Maximum 10A)
Variable speed drive board (2700~6300rpm)
Display Panel included

Applications:
Miniature Refrigeration & Freezer System; Portable Cooling System.
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1.WHAT’S COMPRESSOR?

Compressor is a key component to refrigeration and air conditioning applications. Compressors are the “heart” of such appliances, comparable to a car engine or even the human heart.  A compressor is a mechanical device that increases the pressure of a gas by reducing its volume. RIGID Technologies now presents the lightest, more compact and more efficient BLDC Inverter Compressor.

2.HOW TO SELECT COMPRESSOR?

The selection of a compressor should be considered the following factors: 

1.Evaporator Temperature

2.Cooling Capacity

3.Refrigerant Type

4.Ambient Temperature

5.Electrical Power Available

6.Compressor and Drive Cooling

3.RIGID MINI COMPRESSOR FEATURES

1.Super small volume: 56.5 x 78 mm (LxH)

2.Super light weight: 720g (1.6lbs)

3.Use brushless motor, 12V, 24V and 48V are available

4.Driver board: variable speed ranges 1800 to 6500 rpm

5.Low vibration with anti-vibration cushion 

6.High temperature working condition, can work under 52 degree ambient temperature.

4.RIGID MINI COMPRESSOR APPLICATION

The minimum evaporating temperature and the condensing temperature allows RIGID mini compressor apply to application (LBP, MBP, or HBP). 

Low Back Pressure systems such as freezers have evaporator temperatures below -20ºC (-4ºF). Medium Back Pressure systems such as food coolers or beverage dispensers have evaporator temperatures higher than -20ºC (-4ºF). High Back Pressure systems such as chillers and air conditioners have evaporator temperatures higher than -5ºC (+23ºF).

 

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