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1 Service Training TT Operation and advantages of air conditioning systems

2 Service Training VSQ/TT 2/18 Contents Manual air conditioning system Climatronic Climatic 2-zone Climatronic 4-zone climate control Advantages of air conditioning systems Comfort zone

3 Service Training VSQ/TT 3/18 Manual air conditioning system Control panel e.g. Passat `97

4 Service Training VSQ/TT 4/18 Climatronic Control panel e.g. Passat `97

5 Service Training VSQ/TT 5/18 ECON Climatic Control panel with seat heater and auxiliary heater e.g. Golf 2004 F318_097

6 Service Training VSQ/TT 6/18 Climatic F417_161 Control panel Passat CC

7 Service Training VSQ/TT 7/18 2-zone Climatronic Control panel with seat heater and auxiliary heater e.g. Golf 2004

8 Service Training VSQ/TT 8/18 2-zone Climatronic Changeover of temperature display °C/°F Synchronisation of 2 zones e.g. Golf 2004

9 Service Training VSQ/TT 9/18 2-zone Climatronic Control panel Passat CC F417_165

10 Service Training VSQ/TT 10/18 2-zone Climatronic Status display on radio and navigation systems in the Passat CC F417_176 F417_174 In addition, the display of the radio or radio-navigation system shows information about the Climatronic system. This means, for example, that the temperature is displayed as a pop-up menu when the desired temperature is adjusted. LEDs in the control elements show if the relevant function is active. RCD 310 RCD 510, RNS 310, RNS 510

11 Service Training VSQ/TT 11/18 2-zone Climatronic Auto High and AUTO Low AUTO Low Left LED lit Fan speed is reduced by one stage. AUTO High Right LED lit Fresh air blower runs with standard characteristic map.

12 Service Training VSQ/TT 12/18 2-zone Climatronic Temperature distribution e.g. Golf 2004 F318_036

13 Service Training VSQ/TT 13/18 23°C19°C 20°C22°C 4-zone climate control Temperature distribution

14 Service Training VSQ/TT 14/18 4-zone climate control Operation at front e.g. Phaeton F270_217 F271_074 F271_146

15 Service Training VSQ/TT 15/18 4-zone climate control e.g. Phaeton Operation in rear

16 Service Training VSQ/TT 16/18 Area With air conditioning No air conditioning Head Chest Feet Impaired concentration and reaction speed Advantages of air conditioning systems Comparison with and without air conditioning system F208_001 Temperatures in a medium class passenger vehicle with: driving time of1 hr. Ambient temperature 30°C car in direct sunlight

17 Service Training VSQ/TT 17/18 A: Comfort zone between 20 to 22°C. B: Heart rate and body temperature rise – clammy hands on steering wheel, oxygen deficiency! C: Temperature increase to approx. 35°C, sensory perception and powers of reasoning reduced by 20%. That equates to a blood alcohol level of approx. 0.5 parts per thousand. Comfort zone Reaction of human body when subjected to uncomfortable climates Comfort zone Stress/strain Low High Climate stress Medium Perspiration Heart rate Body temperature F208_042

18 Service Training VSQ/TT 18/18 Comfort zone Air flow rate Low outside temperature: e.g. -20°C -High inside temperature 28°C -High air flow rate 8 kg/min High outside temperature: e.g. 40°C -Low inside temperature 23°C -High air flow rate 10 kg/min Medium outside temperature: e.g. 10°C -Low inside temperature 21.5°C -Low air flow rate 4 kg/min Comfort zone curves Ambient temperature Interior temperature Air flow rate F208_043

19 Service Training VSQ/TT 19/18 Thank you

20 Service Training VSQ/TT 20/18 Break

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