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two-speed, multi-speed, variable-speed difference?

Other than the number of speeds allowed, is there a difference between these three types of DX cooling? Do all work with AirLoopHVAC:UnitarySystem? If I model only two speeds, would all give the same results?

two-speed, multi-speed, variable-speed difference?

Other than the number of speeds allowed, is there a difference between these three types of DX cooling? Do all work with AirLoopHVAC:UnitarySystem? If I model only two speeds, would all give the same results?

two-speed, multi-speed, variable-speed difference?

Other than the number of speeds allowed, is there a difference between these three types of DX cooling? Do all work with AirLoopHVAC:UnitarySystem? If I model only two speeds, would all give the same results?

two-speed, multi-speed, variable-speed difference?

Other than the number of speeds allowed, is there a difference between these three types of DX cooling? Do all work with AirLoopHVAC:UnitarySystem? If I model only two speeds, would all give the same results?

two-speed, multi-speed, variable-speed difference?

Other than the number of speeds allowed, is there a difference between these three types of DX cooling? Do all work with AirLoopHVAC:UnitarySystem? If I model only two speeds, would all give the same results?