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Los Angeles Air Conditioning

While neighbors in the north and to the east might spend their time worrying about heating costs and furnace efficiency, in Los Angeles, air conditioning is often a more pertinent matter. Though the area is known for its consistent and pleasant weather most of the year round, a Los Angeles air conditioner is still going to get some moderate to frequent usage; this, in turn, requires homeowners to inspect their systems regularly, and of course, repair or replace their units as needed.

Even if your air conditioner is running fine, and has been for several years, getting an inspection of the system is still a good idea. In fact, an annual check-up for systems that are in good shape could mean the difference between keeping your house efficiently cooled, and really feeling the heat once a small problem becomes a large one. In addition to being able to repair systems that are already broken, a certified Los Angeles air conditioning specialist will be able to diagnose potential issues that could lead to high-priced repairs in the future.

Additionally, homeowners can perform some minor maintenance themselves that will both keep your air conditioner running its best, and cost very little, in most cases. Visually inspecting the condenser, which is the part of the system that is on the outside of your home, replacing the air filter, and removing debris from around the condenser are all extremely easy and quick tasks that can increase efficiency as well as give you a heads up if a larger problem might be present.

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Though far less effective or efficient than central systems in the majority of instances, for some older buildings in Los Angeles, air conditioners placed in a window or opening in a wall are the easiest solution for reducing high temperatures. Unfortunately, most of these simply cannot handle cooling more than one room at a time, so having multiple units may be necessary.

If you’ve been told, however, that your home is simply too old to have central AC installed, in recent years innovations in ductless and mini-duct technology may offer you an alternative. Mini-duct air conditioners, in particular, are very efficient, and take up far less space than a conventional system. For structures that lack the room for the massive amount of ductwork that used to be a necessity for central air conditioning, these systems might be a more effective and efficient solution to cooling problems than having several window or wall units.

HomeAdvisor keeps records of every home improvement project we process to give our users a better idea of the cost and duration of any job they begin. Our figures show that, when it comes to installing central air conditioning, Los Angeles prices are far higher than the national average of about $6,000. The highest cost we have on record for this service so far is $14,000, while the lowest is around $3,000. The difference suggests that central air can be installed in L.A. for a reasonable price, but that many jobs in the area are performed on larger structures than in most of the country. Los Angeles air conditioning repairs range in price from $50 to a little more than $1,000. Installing a window unit comes in at around $600, but remember this will probably only be able to keep one large room or two small rooms cool.

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My dad had a 5 ton lithium bromide absorption unit that his friends at the gas company talked him into in about 1970. Is that what you’re considering? The unit performed okay and lasted about 15 or 20 years with minimal maintenance, but the operating cost savings didn’t seem to develop.

1. It used a chilled water loop, so to keep the same ‘evaporator’ temperature as a direct expansion unit, the refrigerant temp has to be lower because of the extra heat transfer surface involved. This reduces the COP.

2. It still had sizable electrical requirements. As I recall, the condenser fan was larger than an equivalent vapor compression cycle, probably because more heat has to be removed. Then there was the chilled water pump motor and, I think, a refrigerant pump. The total electrical requirements were less than a vapor compression unit, but you have the gas cost to add.

3. Limited maintenance resources, if required. In Dad’s case, the gas company was the only company that would work on it.

4. If I recall, wholesale gas price in 1970 was around $0.20 and by mid-70’s was over $0.50 and rising. The electrical producers lock in their fuel costs for longer term, whereas gas prices are more short-term market-driven, i.e. volatile . and likely, in my opinion, to rise faster than electricity. Back in the 60’s and 70’s, the gas companies were trying to increase summer demand to better utilize their assets year-round. But now, with so many gas turbine generators installed, I think their demand is flatter.

Now if you could ‘fire’ it with a solar concentrator (or wood, pellets, etc.) and power the electrics with PV, you might have something, at least on clear days.

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“Now if you could ‘fire’ it with a solar concentrator (or wood, pellets, etc.) and power the electrics with PV (or Peltier), you might have something”

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I found this site for Robur gas-fired residential units. The Robur units are ammonia-water, not water-lithium bromide as I remember my dad’s.

Using my local utility’s residential rates of $0.087/kwh and $0.735/therm, here’s a quick comparison for the hourly energy cost for the chillers, less circulating blower (which should be the same for either), for about 5 ton capacity.

Absorption: 0.95 therm * $0.735 = $0.70/hr

0.75 kw * $0.087 = $0.06/hr

Compression: 5.0 kw * $0.087 = $0.44/hr

So for me it’s a no-brainer – pay more up-front and higher monthly bill? No thanks, but your mileage may vary. They do have an option for free supplemental water heating, but I doubt it would tip the scale, for me at least. Does my utility’s rate reflect $2.00 wholesale gas? Probably not, but even if it did I don’t see a payout for my situation. Again, other locations might payout.

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There is also another type of natural gas powered a/c unit where an ICE is used to drive the compressor. York made these for many years. I’ve never been a fan of York units, and I think I’ve seen one of these gas powered units. The problem I think is that you needed a small engine mechanic paired with an a/c mechanic to work on them. and well the truth is you’re lucky to find one or the other, but 2 in 1. a little too rare. who knows maybe one day they will come into their own, although I might say if not now, then when? I’m not really a believer in oddball units, the more common the technology, the cheaper the parts and the easier to find somebody to fix it.

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Interesting blog here, many thanks to all concerned.

Although we rarely have temperatures over 40°C for very long here in Germany, a few weeks in summer between June and September, we have a small portable unit that we used to cool the bedrooms.

But since we fully insulated the house, we simply have not needed it, not even once.

I know that in areas with longer lasting higher temperatures, AC will still be needed, BUT, if the house is fully and properly insulated, the cost of running the AC can be seriously reduced and maybe switched on later in the year for the first time, and also switch off earlier.

People come into our house when it is really hot outside and ask how long have we had air conditioning. I say, many years, but it is never switched on anymore.

So an AC unit that costs relatively less to run and has little maintenance requirement, would seem to be the order of the day.

So don’t forget house insulation and planting trees to shade the house from the Sun in the hot days of summer. work out the hours required and the position of the sun at those times.

I had never heard of Natural gas AC up till today, so something new for me and very very interesting. Thanks to all concerned.

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When I bought my first house, back in 1970 (if I recall correctly), I was persuaded that I could save money in the long run if I put in a gas air conditioner, which was a commercial option for homeowners at that time. I don’t now recall the brand nor do I know what technology it used. I only know it chilled water that was circulated through a heat exchange coil located in air flow in our home. It worked very nicely for the several years we owned that house. I never figured out what the payback time would have been. I do think at least then it was cheaper to operate than an electric AC.

Now I live in another home. One we bought 20 years ago. At that time I asked for a gas AC unit and was told that none were available any more. Later on I learned that the salesman lied to me about a number of things–possibly including that!

Now the overall HVAC system I bought then is dying and I need to replace it. It has two independent systems, one of which is a two-zone system. My present thought is to put in solar thermal panels on the roof to heat water and store it in some large tanks at about 180 to 200 degrees Fahrenheit (82C to 93C), and then use that to run though heat exchange coils in the airflow for any of the three zones that needs heating. I would like to have either a gas or a hot water driven AC unit that could produce chilled water to run through those same heat exchange coils for whichever zone(s) needed cooling. If the sun ever failed to produce enough hot water for this, I could have a gas water heater included in the system to heat the water in those storage tanks to that high level as needed. (We live in Southern California, in the USA, so we get a lot of sunlight. I already have 14kW peak generating capacity in solar PV panels on our roof, but I think there is enough other roof space to put in the needed solar thermal panels.)

I’ve not yet done any calculations to verify what, if any, savings I could expect from such a system. I do know it will likely cost more, but our experience with using such a system for heating in our previous home was quite delightful. Whenever we needed heat it arrived in the form of very gently warmed air, instead of as a blast of hot dry air that typically comes from a gas furnace.

I’m glad to have found this discussion, and hope I can learn here how best to move forward on my HVAC system redesign.

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What should I do if the whole system short circuits and trips the breaker when I turn the air conditioner on?

Answered by wikiHow Contributor

  • Check and see if any other appliances lost power when the breaker blew. If they did, the circuit is overloaded. Unplug the other devices and restore the power. If not, the air conditioner may be too large for that particular circuit. If could also be a problem with the compressor or another internal component.

For how many years is an air conditioner supposed to be used before it is replaced?

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  • That depends on how it is used, how often and how many hours, how it is stored, the quality of the unit, if it is run often while in the sun (it works harder), if the filter and coils are kept clean, and like all things, the luck of the draw in getting a good one that lasts.

Tips Edit

Air conditioners that fail to get more than just “cool” may respond favorably to an indoor and outdoor coil cleaning. If it does not – it could indicate a failed compressor or lost refrigerant charge. This problem is nearly always more expensive to repair than replace – except for the cases of very large value BTU units (12,000 – 15,000 BTU and larger) and Central Air Conditioning Systems.

Apply these same steps to Central Air Conditioning systems, too. The “air handler” in an attic space or basement contains the “indoor coil” and the compressor unit outside contains the “outdoor coil”.

Warnings Edit

Always follow directions on cleanser can and use only as directed.

A dirty filter or dirty indoor coil can result in “ice ups” of the indoor coil. Ice ups will block the flow of cool air into the space and contributes to coil and compressor failure.

Dirt is an air conditioner’s enemy. Dirt acts as a thermal insulator and robs efficiency – ultimately driving up the cost of operation.

A dirty outdoor coil can impede the ability of the coil to give up the heat collected inside. Shrubs, fencing, etc. can reduce air circulation around the outdoor coils, and have similar effect as a dirty coil. Allowing either condition to exist for a long period can cause compressor failure.

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Air conditioner motors are some of the crucial components that are required in the operation of the air conditioning in your house. We will discuss the various types of single-phase motors that are used in your equipment at home. Here are four types of electric motors that are commonly being used.

Split-Phase Air Conditioner Motor

This is the simplest design where the RUN winding and START winding are connected in parallel and 90° electrically apart. It is usually used in small pumps, fans and blowers where the capacity is below 1 horsepower. It has a low starting torque but high starting current. Since the torque is low, the ability to start the motor is only practical for low load condition.

The RUN winding is make from bigger diameter wire and shorter turn for lower resistance and high inductance properties. The START winding is make from smaller diameter wire for higher resistance and low inductance properties.

When power is connected to the motor, both the windings will be energized with the current in the RUN winding lags the current in the START winding by about 30° electrically. This out-of-phase effect on the stator produces a starting torque and causes the rotor to start rotating.

Typically the speed of the motor is 1800 rpm or 3600 rpm when running without any load. When the load is connected, the speed can go down to 1725 rpm and 3450 rpm respectively.

The no-load speed of the motor is given by:

Speed(rpm) = (Frequency of AC power X 120)/number of poles

For example, if your supply is 60 Hz and the motor is using two-pole, the synchronous speed = (60X120)/2

= 3600 rpm

There is a switch known as centrifugal switch which is connected in series with the START winding. This mechanical switch will open when the motor speed reaches 75% of the rated speed typically within 2 seconds. Once the switch opened, the START winding in circuit is disconnected.

This is to protect the START winding from overheating. When the motor is powered off, the switch will close the circuit to get ready for the next starting of the motor.

These days, electronic relay is also being widely used to disconnect the START winding.

Capacitor-Start Air Conditioner Motor

This motor is similar to the split-phase motor except that there is an external capacitor that is connected in series with the START winding. This capacitor will cause the current in the START winding to lead the voltage.

The current in the RUN winding lags the voltage. When this happens, the phase difference between the two windings is 90° electrically hence a true two-phase starting is achieved.

The starting torque of this motor is very high making it suitable to drive small compressor which needs to start under full load. The capacity of this motor can go up to 1 horsepower.

Once the motor has reached 75% of the rated speed, the capacitor and the START winding will be automatically disconnected from the circuit by using the centrifugal swith, potential or current relay.

After the capacitor and START winding have been removed from the circuit, the magnetic field being generated continuously will cause the motor to continue running. This type of motor is also known as CSIR motor or Capacitor-Start-Induction-Run motor.

Capacitor-Start, Capacitor-Run Air Conditioner Motor

This motor design is similar to the capacitor-start design except that there is a second capacitor known as the RUN capacitor which is connected in parallel with the START capacitor and the switch.

These capacitors are effectively connected in series with the START winding. During the starting of the motor, both the capacitors are connected in the circuit. The START winding and the RUN winding will remain connected to the circuit at all times.

Usually the capacitance of the RUN capacitor is lower than the START capacitor. During starting, the effective capacitance is the combination of both capacitors causing a greater phase angle shift between the windings.

This provides a higher starting torque and can be used to drive the compressor as well as in belt-driven motors.

As the rotor speed reaches 75% of the rated speed, the switch will be automatically open to disconnect the START capacitor from the circuit. The START winding remains in the circuit.

The RUN capacitor helps to correct the power factor of the circuit making it more efficient. The capacity of this type of motor can go up to 10 horsepower and is one of the most efficient motors used in the HVAC industry.

Permanent Split Capacitor(PSC) Air Conditioner Motor

This motor has similar design to the phase-split motor except that there is a RUN capacitor connected to the START and RUN windings. This motor does not have any switch and the START winding, RUN winding and the RUN capacitor are active whenever the motor is ON.

This type of motor has low starting torque and is suitable to be used in small fan motors such as the fan coil unit of a split air conditioning system.

Multi-speed PSC is achieved by changing the winding resistance. If high speed is required, the terminal is connected to the least winding resistance. If low speed is required, the terminal is connected to the highest winding resistance.

By utilizing relays to choose the terminal to be connected to the line voltage, different speed of fan motor can be achieved.

In the diagram above, there are 4 motor speed that can be selected. Super High(SH), High(H), Medium(M) and Low(L). The selection can be done by using electronic relays to connect L2 to one of the four terminals depending on the speed required.

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DIY Air Conditioner Repair

Overview: Central air conditioner failures and solutions

When a central A/C unit fails during a heat spell, you may have to wait days for a technician to show up, and you’ll probably pay at least several hundred for the repair. But if you’re comfortable working around electricity and are willing to spend about $50 on parts, you can probably repair you air conditioner yourself in about two hours and save about $225 on parts markup and labor.

We talked to local HVAC technicians to get their best do-it-yourself A/C repair and maintenance tips. These tips will help you with the most common “low cooling” and “no cooling” problems. You’ll need an inexpensive multimeter, a voltage sniffer, an assortment of screwdrivers and a socket set.

If these fixes don’t work, at least you’ve covered the most common failures, and your service guy can concentrate on finding the more elusive problem. Plus, with the new parts, you’ll likely add years of breakdown-free air conditioning. Here’s how to start.

Make sure the problem isn’t the furnace

Set your thermostat to A/C mode and lower the temperature setting. If the furnace fan kicks in, the problem isn’t in the furnace. If the fan doesn’t run, try resetting the furnace circuit breaker. If the fan still won’t start, call a pro—the fixes shown here won’t work.

Next, check the outside condensing unit. The compressor (which sounds like a refrigerator) and fan should be running. If not, follow the troubleshooting and repair procedures shown here.

Caution: Turn Off the Power

Turn off the A/C and furnace breakers in the main electrical panel before pulling the outdoor disconnect or removing the condensing unit’s access panel. Then use a voltage tester on the wires coming into the contactor to make sure the power is really off.

Buy parts

The contactor (relay) and start/run capacitor(s) (see illustration below) fail most often and are inexpensive. So it’s a safe bet to buy and install those parts right away, especially if your A/C unit is older than five years. The condenser fan motor can also fail, but it runs about $150—hold off buying that unless you’re sure that’s the culprit.

To buy replacement parts, find the nameplate on the condensing unit (not your furnace). Jot down the make, model and serial number (or take a photo). Get the parts at an appliance store, furnace dealer or online.

Anatomy of a Central Air Conditioner

Central A/C systems consist of two major components: a condensing unit that sits outside your house, and the evaporator coil (often referred to as an A-coil) that sits in the plenum of your furnace or air handler. The refrigerant in the A-coil picks up the heat from your home and moves it to the outdoor condensing unit. The condensing unit fan blows outside air through the condensing coil to remove the heat. The condensing unit houses the three parts replaceable by a DIYer: the contactor, the start/run capacitor(s) and the condenser fan motor. The condensing unit also houses the compressor, but only a pro can replace that. The A-coil has no parts that can be serviced by a DIYer.

Central air conditioner components

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