- Charging hose, gauge and Low Side manifold kit for Mini Split System Installations.
- Simple low side charging manifold contains R410a rated low side pressure gauge.
- 2' Long, BLUE hose with 5/16" SAE connector for most newer Mini Split System service ports.
- 2' Long, YELLOW hose with 1/4" SAE connector for vacuum pump and refrigerant tank ports.
- Please note: This item is specifically made for new Mini Split Systems and already has the 5/16" connector for their new 5/16" service ports.
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QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
Is this what I would need to check for leaks during installation?
You can use this to monitor that pressure stays steady, indicating no leaks.
does anyone know what the presure should be in a unit ?
You can reference the following chart regarding this: https://www.pdhvac.com/site/downloads/Temperature-Pressure-Chart.pdf
Can you charge the system with this?
Yes you can, this would connect directly to the service port and to a vacuum pump or a container of refrigerant.
Is there a instructional video or a step by step guide to use this low side Charging Service Gauge Hose Set ?The blue hose connects to the service port on the unit and then the yellow hose connects to your vacuum pump. The blue hose is 5/16" ready to connect to the outdoor unit. The yellow is 1/4" for most vacuum pumps. The depicted valve isolates the gauge itself. This gauge also comes with a diagram on the packaging box.
is the fitting on the blue hose a low loss fitting?
It is a flared, threaded connector. The service port uses a Schrader valve so some loss will be inevitable, the amount depends on how quickly it is disconnected.
How can I check system pressure with the gauge without opening a path for the refrigerant to leak out? Do I have to connect something to the yellow hose (like a can of refrigerant?
There is an access knob to allow or cut off access past the gauge.
How does this gauge administer the leak stop/refrigerant? No button like it says on the can.
It has a knob valve for facillitating access between the bottle and the condenser unit's service port.