THE VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM
Thanks to CVBM IV modulating technology, the unit's compressor can adapt to a wide range of incoming water temperatures, as well as a wide range of airflows toward the simulator cockpit.
This means it can be cooled with an optional closed-loop fluid cooler or with a central fluid chiller already installed in the field.
In fact, the lower the incoming water temperature is, the lower the electricity consumption will be for the same cockpit cooling load. To follow the same idea, the lower the cockpit cooling load is (or airflow), the lower the electricity consumption will be.
Moreover, the modulating feature also applies to a variable airflow blower and ensures perfect and constant airflow to each cockpit air outlet, no matter how many outlets are open or closed.
Mains: 400Vac 3Ph, + Neutral... 240Vac 1Ph option is available
24V transformer included for standard thermostat control. "Y" terminal input as per standard HVAC spec for cooling demand. "C" and "R" terminals for thermostat power supply.
Carel Drive for compressor speed control
Simvac's proprietary advanced heatpump electronic control with Flight Sim specific firmware.
Dedicated sheet metal cabinet, 41"x48" footprint, 60" height. Robust construction.
Easy maintenance and service access doors
Soundproofing material used all over the HVAC unit inside, resulting in very quiet operation
Caster wheels and leveling pads included
Recessed electrical and water/refrigerant connection panels