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Re: model #uacc 030jas - BTU/H and SEER
That is a three ton unit and most likely a 10 seer rated seer rating are posted 6 months in cool and 6 months in heat to get the number on the unit if you are more interested in heating rating of heat pumps the aher or annual heating efficiency rating is of the most importance in this category the unit posted very well
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For a fan motor capacitor we need to know what motor is on it. The units model will not help in this case. On the side of the out door units fan motor will be a sticker/tag with a lot of info. HP, volts,rpm.... And somewhere on that tag should be a "cap 5 uf" 7.5uf....
Most likely a 5 or 7.5. if and 370v or 440v rated. Either one is fine when it comes to the 370/440 value.
Hi, yes the number you are showing me 036 indicates its a 3 ton unit. For every ton of cooling, you will have 12,000 btu's of cooling. 36 divided by 12=3 ton unit. Its showing me also its a Ruud Handler 2.0 ton which would be a Model# UACC-024JAS? If your mobel number is the one you gave me, UACC-036JAS, this is a 3 ton unit, absolutely no questions. I hope I have been of help to you. I am a licensed air conditioning / Refrigeration /Heating Contractor. Let me know if I have been of help. Sincerely, Shastalaker7 PS If this is a split system with the indoor air handler and condenser outdoors, both coils must be the same tonnage for it to work for you properly. You can't have a 2 ton indoor evaporator coil with a 3 ton condensing unit.
I'm using a calculation of VxA=W. Assuming your system is 240 volts and total amperage of system with 15 amps, I come up with 3600 watts or 3.2KW. Because the outdoor temp was above 35 deg F, the electric heaters probably did not cyle on to frequently if at all. Your calculation sounds reasonable to me. To determine exactly how many KW your system is using, you will need to determine exactly how many volts and amps your unit is running at...both indoor and outdoor units if this is a split system.
I've included a link to a website that helps the homeowner to determine the KWh.
I hope you found this helpful and good luck in your endeavor! :-)