I'll try and figure out Branson next week.
Only time I used A/C since I got here was when I first moved down and everyone that came with me was crying about the heat when we were driving around.
The A/C in the Z didn't work and so last summer I never had it on, that is what T-Tops are for
I weighed the components today, between the compressor, condensor, condensor fan, blower motor and the various pipes and brackets it was about 50lbs. I didn't weigh the nuts and bolts, that'd prob be another couple of pounds there were so many.
Been contemplating today how I want the e-fan wired up. Tested out my fan controller and a little disappointed. I thought it was a 2 stage controller where it'd power fan #1 at the set temp then fan #2 at 10 degrees higher. I remembered reading it that way somewhere, I guess it was a different model.
From testing it with direct power to the controller and heating up the probe with my heat gun, it powers both fan leads at the same time. So it seems to be a "dual fan" controller only in that it has power leads for two fans (big deal, could have spliced both in on one) but powers them at the same time.
I started suspecting it was going to do that when I saw it just had 1 SPST relay on it...
I may swap it later, but for now the basic plan is to have the fan off by default and then power the low speed mode when it hits X temperature.
It may end up being high speed at X temperature for Saturday if I don't make it to pick and pull in time tomorrow (or they don't have one) to swap mine for a different one as my low speed doesn't seem to be working.
High speed is fine, and wow does this fan move air. I had it sitting face down on the ground when I powered it and it was creating enough suction where I had to put some force into picking it up. When I put my hand in front of it to check the pulling force, it pulled my hand towards the blades before I pulled back.