A residential air conditioning unit is a type of air conditioning system that is designed for use in a home. These systems are typically smaller and less powerful than commercial air conditioning systems, but they are still able to effectively cool and dehumidify a typical residential space. Most residential air conditioning units are split systems, which means they consist of two main parts: an outdoor unit that contains the compressor and condenser, and an indoor unit that contains the evaporator and air handling components. The outdoor unit is connected to the indoor unit by a network of refrigerant lines and electrical wiring. The indoor unit is typically installed in a central location in the home, such as a basement or utility closet, and is connected to a network of ducts that distribute the cooled air throughout the space. Some residential air conditioning units also have the ability to provide heat, either through a built-in electric resistance heater or by using the outdoor unit as a heat pump.
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