Car Ac Parts Diagram


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primarily provides operating instructions there is info on maintenance and repairs including a wiring diagram the condenser in your air condition system looks a lot like a radiator and is mounted at the front of your vehicle it is used to cool the hot pressed refrigerant back to ambient temperature as it es from your pressor and uses the air your car is traveling through to do that description given below is a very simple circuit that can be used for charging car batteries in this circuit there is facility for monitoring the charging current and voltage the circuit is based on the ic mc78t12abt from freescale the ic is nothing but a 7812 in to 3 package with 3a capacity the transformer t1 steps down the mains voltage and diodes d1 d2 does the job of rectification simple low power inverter circuit 12v dc to 230v or 110v ac diagram using cd4047 and irfz44 power mosfet gallery of electronic.
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