Think about it... as long as the AC is generating a significant amount of cold air (performing well) then the gas exiting the evaporator has to be within "range" of temp. (if not it would not be cold) so this gas now heads back to the compressor, which will compress it and sending it to the evaporator. If the compression ratio is relatively fix in regard to volume of gas available, and the inlet temp is within range, then the exit temp will ALSO be within spec.
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