What is the total superheat method?

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The total superheat method is used to measure the increase in temperature of the vapor refrigerant at the evaporator plus any additional temperature change that occurs while the vapor refrigerant travels to the outdoor unit. Below is a picture of refrigerant superheating from 40°F to 54°F inside an evaporator coil.

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