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Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI)

Meet performance levels for climate control and refrigeration products

Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) standards are used worldwide to verify manufacturers’ performance claims, enabling fair product comparisons across various manufacturers. These documents direct product design and manufacturing as well as specification for product type during procurement. AHRI standards permit you to:

  • Facilitate product development
  • Meet or exceed global performance levels
  • Augment credibility and reliability

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Dynamically Changing Inductor Value In RLC AC Circuit

Hi, I have an RLC resonant circuit (in series). The inductor is a multi-turn coil which creates an excitation field. The AC sinusoidal signal is +/-12V and the frequency for the circuit is below 10k. I would like to add/drop coils to the circuit dynamically (add/drop another inductor in series). I

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