When using a condensing unit, it is important to understand how to use the device properly so that the correct temperature control and other factors can be taken into account when making your own air conditioning system. The first step in using the device is to ensure that the condensing unit is in a secure location. The temperature of the air inside the unit is set by a thermometer and should not be exposed to direct sunlight, as this will only reduce its effectiveness. This means that you must ensure that the unit is placed somewhere where it will not be disturbed or damaged. You should then turn off the electricity to the device and store it in a safe place, such as a cabinet or cupboard if you are doing the installation yourself.
The next step in using your condensing unit is to turn on the power supply to the device, and plug it in. Once you have done this, turn up the heat to the temperature that is necessary for your needs, and then start to cool it down. When it is cooled down, you should leave it in this position for a few hours and then turn it off. After the unit has been fully cool, you should then switch the power supply back on and wait a few more hours before turning it back on. If you want to conserve power, you can also do this by using the unit with a fan, which will blow air through the unit and keep it cool. If you are using the device while you sleep, then you should leave it plugged in to your main electric source, but do ensure that you turn it off when you are sleeping.