Carrier Supra 650 Operating instructions

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
English
SUPRA 450/550/750/850/950 – 750Mt°/850Mt°/950Mt° & Nordic version
1. INTRODUCTION
This guide has been prepared for the operator of Carrier Transicold refrigeration units. It contains
basic instructions for the daily operation of the refrigeration unit as well as safety information,
troubleshooting tips, and other information that will help you to deliver the load in the best possible
condition.
Please take the time to read the information contained in this booklet and refer to it whenever you
have a question about the operation of your Carrier Transicold unit. This manual refers to the standard
model. Some options may not appear in it, and in such cases you are requested to consult our
Technical Services.
Your refrigeration unit has been engineered to provide long, trouble-free performance when it is
properly operated and maintained. The checks outlined in this guide will help to minimize on the road
problems. In addition, a comprehensive maintenance program will help to insure that the unit
continues to operate reliably. Such a maintenance program will also help to control operating costs,
increase the unit's working life, and improve performance.
When having your unit serviced, be sure to specify genuine Carrier Transicold replacement parts for
the highest quality and best reliability.
At Carrier Transicold, we are continually working to improve the products that we build for our
customers. As a result, specifications may change without notice.
CONTENTS
1.
INTRODUCTION ..........................................................................................................................3
2.
IDENTIFICATION .........................................................................................................................5
3.
3.1.
WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS ..............................................................................................5
Warning stickers maintenance ................................................................................................9
4.
PRODUCT LOADING .................................................................................................................10
5.
RECOMMENDED TRANSPORT TEMPERATURES .................................................................12
6.
6.1.
7.
QUICK GLANCE ON THE DISPLAY BOARD ............................................................................13
Cab control ............................................................................................................................13
OPERATION...............................................................................................................................15
7.1.
Pretrip inspection...................................................................................................................15
7.2.
Starting the unit – Road operation.........................................................................................16
7.3.
Starting the unit – Standby operation ....................................................................................16
7.3.1.
Standby operation guidelines ........................................................................................16
7.4.
Unit shut down.......................................................................................................................17
7.5.
To change setpoint temperature ...........................................................................................17
7.6.
Manual defrost.......................................................................................................................17
7.7.
To display unit data ...............................................................................................................17
7.8.
To change a function.............................................................................................................18
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8.
OPTIONAL CONTROL PANEL ..................................................................................................19
8.1.
Description ............................................................................................................................19
8.2.
To operate with auxiliary control panel..................................................................................19
8.2.1.
To change the setpoint..................................................................................................20
8.2.2.
To set pre-set setpoint...................................................................................................20
8.2.3.
To remove pre-set setpoint ...........................................................................................20
8.2.4.
To lock and unlock the control panel.............................................................................20
9.
9.1.
9.2.
PROBLEMS ................................................................................................................................21
Fuses location .......................................................................................................................21
Fault alarm display and safety features.................................................................................21
10.
MAINTENANCE..........................................................................................................................22
Maintenance schedule .....................................................................................................23
10.1.
10.2.
Service description...........................................................................................................23
10.3.
Recommended oil ............................................................................................................24
11.
A.T.P. EUROPE REGULATION EXTRACT ...............................................................................25
12.
24H ASSISTANCE .....................................................................................................................26
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2. IDENTIFICATION
Keep the fold out sheet while reading the instructions.
1. Nameplate
Each unit is identified by a nameplate attached to the frame of the unit. The nameplate identifies the
complete model number of the unit, the serial number and some other information.
If a problem occurs, please refer to the information on this plate, and make a note of the model and
serial number before calling for assistance. This information will be needed when you contact a
technician so that he may properly assist you.
The complete nameplate is fixed on the frame (1a) and the Serial Number is fixed on the control box
(1b): easily readable.
2. Noise level sticker (fixed if available)
This sticker indicates the noise level in Lwa (sound power level).
3. WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS
This manual contains safety and service instructions to follow in order to prevent any accident. Some
of following stickers have been placed on the product for your SAFETY.
BEFORE USING THIS REFRIGERANT UNIT, read carefully all safety information
explained in this manual and indicated on the product. Be sure that everybody who
will use this refrigeration unit has been trained to use it in a safe way.
DURING THE USE OR MAINTENANCE OF THIS REFRIGERATION UNIT, the notes on safety are to
be considered.
Personal protective equipment :
Always use adequate Personal Protective Equipment before doing anything on this
refrigerant unit, as explained in this manual.
Working at height :
Take all necessary safety precautions when accessing this refrigeration unit : use
safe ladders, working platforms with appropriate guards.
Automatic start :
This refrigeration unit is equipped with Auto-Start/Stop, a valuable fuel saving
feature. When this refrigeration unit is set for Auto-start/Stop operation it may start
at any time and without warning.
Before servicing refrigeration unit, make sure the main power switch is on the OFF position. Ensure
the unit will not restart.
Lock-out / Tag-out can be performed by disconnecting and enclosing :
- The negative battery cable in diesel mode
- The electrical plug in electrical mode.
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AUTOMATIC START UP IN DIESEL WHEN LOSS OF STANDBY
FROM EPROM 3.19 – FOR MONO TEMP
FROM EPROM 4.05 – FOR MULTI TEMP
NOTE : This option must be configured in service centre according to customer request.
To activate this function: TIME STRT set up in functional parameters.
When the unit is started in standby, the "ROAD" light is flashing and the "STANDBY" light is lit.
After 5 minutes of loss of power, the unit automatically starts in diesel. 5 minutes after the power comes
back, the unit starts again automatically in electric mode. The "STANDBY MOTOR" alarm appears, alarm that
you would have to clear.
* This function will be active even after a stop (OFF) of the unit. To deactivate it: set up TEMP STRT in
functional parameters.
DEACTIVATE THIS FUNCTION WHEN UNIT IS RUNNING IN A CLOSED AREA !
NOTE : For MONO TEMP – from EPROM 3.23
To be available, this option must be previously configured in Service Center according to customer request.
Belts and fans :
This refrigeration unit is equipped with Auto-start/stop, it may start at any time
and without warning.
When the unit is running beware of belts and fans that are moving. Before servicing refrigeration unit,
make sure the main power switch is on the OFF position.
Ensure the unit will not restart. Lock-out / Tag-out can be performed as described above.
When there is protective structure (fan grid or guard for example) make sure they are in place. Never
removed them when the refrigeration unit is running.
Always keep your hands, body parts, clothes, hairs and tools far from moving parts.
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Electricity :
When this refrigeration unit is running in electrical operation, some devices are
powered up especially in the electrical control box.
Before servicing refrigeration unit, make sure the main power switch is on the OFF
position. Ensure this refrigeration unit is disconnected from the local electrical
network. Lock-out / Tag-out can be performed as described above.
Before working in the electrical control box, it is required to control the lack of
tension.
WHEN IT IS NECESSARY TO WORK IN THE ELECTRICAL CONTROL BOX
UNDER TENSION, PEOPLE MUST BE QUALIFIED FOR WORKS UNDER LOW
OR HIGH VOLTAGE.
Always use adequate tools and Personal Protective Equipment when working on
electrical devices : safety gloves and safety glasses.
Engine coolant :
This refrigeration unit is equipped with a pressurised cooling system. Under normal
operating conditions, the coolant in the engine and radiator is under high pressure
and very hot.
Coolant is very slippery. It can be harmful in case of ingestion.
Never remove the cap from a hot radiator when this refrigeration unit is running or
immediately after.
If the cap must be removed, wait at least 10 minutes and then do so very slowly in
order to release the pressure without spray.
In case of leakage, immediately clean the floor to prevent slipping.
Avoid contact with the skin and eyes. Always use Personal Protective Equipment
when handling engine coolant : safety clothes, safety gloves and safety glasses.
Refrigerant :
The refrigerant contained in this refrigeration unit can cause frostbite, severe burns
or blindness in case of projection and direct contact with the skin or eyes.
In contact with flame or heat refrigerant generate toxic gas.
Refrigerant handling must be done by qualified people.
Keep any flame, any lighted object or any source of sparks away from the
refrigerant unit.
Always use Personal Protective Equipment when handling refrigerant: safety
clothes, safety gloves and safety glasses.
First aid in case of frost-bite :
a. Cover up the frost-bitten part.
b. Quickly warm up the frost-bitten part by dipping it into lukewarm water (not hot).
If you don't have water, wrap the injured part in a clean cloth.
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c. If refrigerant fluid has been splashed into your eyes, rinse them immediately
with clean water. As a precaution, you are recommended to have a medical
examination as well.
Burning with hot and cold :
When this refrigeration unit is running or even after, different components can be
very cold or hot (exhaust pipe, tubes, coils, receiver, accumulator or engine for
example)
Beware when operating closed from cold or hot components.
Always use adequate safety gloves when doing any maintenance on this
refrigeration unit.
Cuttings :
Beware when handling or operating closed from parts that could be sharp (coils,
evaporators, clamps for example).
Always use adequate safety gloves when doing any maintenance on this
refrigeration unit.
Battery :
This refrigeration unit may be equipped with a lead-acid type battery. When
charging the battery normally vents small amounts of flammable and explosive
hydrogen gas.
Projections of acids on the skin or eyes can cause severe burns.
Keep any flame, any lighted object or any source of sparks away from the battery
elements.
Always use Personal Protective Equipment when handling and charging battery:
safety clothes, safety gloves and safety glasses.
Cooling oil :
- avoid prolonged or repeated contact with the skin.
- wash carefully after handling.
"Low pollution" engine :
- The TRI-VORTEX-type indirect injection system minimizes exhaust fume
pollution.
- NEVER START THE ENGINE IN A CLOSED ROOM, EXHAUST GAS IS
POISONOUS.
- It is colourless and odourless and created by the incomplete combustion of
hydrocarbons.
- Exhaust gas is poisonous, breathing it in induces drowsiness and may
lead to loss of consciousness.
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The following symptoms indicate exhaust gas has been inhaled :
- Blackout, intense headache, sudden weakness and sleepiness, vomiting,
muscular contractions, beating temples.
If you feel one of the above mentioned symptoms, go out and breathe fresh air.
If you notice a noise or modification of the exhaust system, immediately stop the
engine and call your service centre for checking and repair.
Environment :
Think about protection of environment during all the life of this refrigeration unit.
To prevent environmental damages NEVER release refrigerant in the atmosphere, NEVER throw
coolant, oil, battery and chemicals in the nature. It must be recuperate and recycle according to current
regulations.
When disposing this refrigerant unit do it in an environmentally sound way and in accordance with
current regulations.
CAUTION
Under no circumstances should anyone attempt to repair the Logic or Display
Boards. Should a problem develop with these components, contact your nearest
Carrier Transicold dealer for replacement.
Under no circumstances should a technician electrically probe the processor at any point, other than the
connector terminals where the harness attaches. Microprocessor components operate at different
voltage levels and at extremely low current levels. Improper use of voltmeters, jumper wires, continuity
testers, etc. could permanently damage the processor.
Most electronic components are susceptible to damage caused by electrical static discharge (ESD). In
certain cases, the human body can have enough static electricity to cause resultant damage to the
components by touch. This is especially true of the integrated circuits found on the truck/trailer
microprocessor.
3.1. Warning stickers maintenance
a.
Keep the warning pictograms clean and without any obstruction material.
b.
Clean the pictograms with water and soap and wipe them with soft fabric.
c.
Replace damaged or missing pictograms with new pictograms available in Carrier network.
d. If a component having a pictogram is replaced by a new one, be sure that the new component
has the right pictogram.
e. Place a warning pictogram by applying it on a dry surface. Press to external sides to eliminate air
bubbles.
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4. PRODUCT LOADING
Proper air circulation in the insulated box, air that can move around and through the load, is a critical
element in maintaining product quality during transport. If air cannot circulate completely around the
load: hot spots or top-freeze can occur.
The use of pallets is highly recommended. Pallets, when loaded so air can flow freely through the
pallets to return to the evaporator, help protect the product from heat passing through the floor of the
truck. When using pallets, it is important to refrain from stacking extra boxes on the floor at the rear of
the truck, because this will cut off the airflow.
Product stacking is another important factor in protecting the product. Products that generate heat,
fruits and vegetables for example, should be stacked so the air can flow through the product to remove
the heat; this is called "air stacking" the product. Products that do not create heat, meats and frozen
products, should be stacked tightly in the centre of the box.
All products should be kept away from the sidewalls of the body, allowing air to flow between the body
and the load; this prevents heat filtering through the walls from affecting the product.
It is important to check the temperature of the product being loaded to ensure that it is at the correct
temperature for transport. The refrigeration unit is designed to maintain the temperature of the product
at the temperature at which it was loaded; it was not designed to cool a warm product.
SOME ADVICE
Before loading
• Pre-cool the inside of the insulated body by lowering the temperature for about 15 minutes.
• Evacuate the humidity existing inside the box by carrying out a manual defrost. This can only take
place when enabled by the defrost thermostat (box temperature lower than 3°C during pulldown and
8°C during heating).
• Evaporator fans are protected by safety grills. In the event of heavy duty use of the unit, ice can
accumulate on the grills. It is therefore recommended to clean them regularly by means of a small
brush. The operation MUST be done when the unit has been SHUT DOWN.
WHEN LOADING
• To be carried out with the unit stopped.
• It is recommended to open doors as little as possible to avoid the intake of hot air and humidity.
• Select the temperature by means of the thermostat, according to the transported goods.
• Check the internal temperature of the goods being loaded (using a probe thermometer).
• Take care not to obstruct the air intakes on the evaporator section and the ventilation ducts.
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• Leave a free space of about :
Load spacers
Load on pallets
- 6 to 8 cm between load and frontwall,
- 20 cm between the top of the load and the roof,
- between the floor and the load (gratings, pallets).
• Do not forget to close the doors.
OPTIONS FOR INSULATED BODIES
• Mobile partition
The mobile partition must be placed at a minimum distance from the evaporator of:
- 1300 mm for Supra 450
- 1600 mm for Supra 550 and 750
- 1700 mm for Supra 850 and 950
- 1000 mm from the auxiliary evaporator
• Ducting of evaporator air outlet
Ventilation ducts must never be covered.
• Before closing the doors, check your load once more and see that nobody is shut inside the box.
NOTE :
For stationary utilization, we recommend to place the
body in the shade.
IMPORTANT
Never leave your unit more than a month without
running.
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5. RECOMMENDED TRANSPORT TEMPERATURES
Below are some general recommendations on product transport temperatures and operating modes
for the unit. These are included for reference only and should not be considered pre-emptive of the
set-point required by the shipper or receiver.
More detailed information can be obtained from your Carrier Transicold dealer.
PRODUCT
Bananas
Fresh fruits
vegetables
Fresh meats
seafood
Dairy products
Ice
Frozen fruits
vegetables
Frozen meats
seafood
Ice cream
SETPOINT RANGE
15°C
60°F
and
and
and
and
OPERATING MODE*
Continuous
+4°C to +6°C
+39°F to +43°F
Continuous
+2°C
+36°F
Auto-Start/Stop or Continuous
+2°C to +6°C
-20°C
+36°F to +43°F
-4°F
Auto-Start/Stop or Continuous
Auto-Start/Stop
-18°C
0°F
Auto-Start/Stop
-20°C
-4°F
Auto-Start/Stop
-25°C
-13°F
Auto-Start/Stop
* During delivery cycles that include frequent stops and door openings, it is recommended that the unit
always be operated in the continuous run mode to help insure product quality. It is essential to shut
down the compartment during the periods when the doors are open, in order to maintain the
temperature of the cargo in the other compartments and keep the unit operating correctly.
It is essential to shut down the compartment during the periods when the doors are open, in order to
maintain the temperature of the cargo in the other compartments and keep the unit operating correctly.
To do so, the main O/I switch (O:stop/I:start) should be switched to O).
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6. QUICK GLANCE ON THE DISPLAY BOARD
6.1. Cab control
Keep the fold out sheet while reading the instructions.
This refrigeration unit is equipped with a wide range of features that are designed to improve reliability
and temperature control within the body.
The microprocessor controls incorporated into this unit are the most reliable control system available.
It is also designed to be easiest to use, offering great flexibility in control, yet minimal user input for
normal operation : a true "set it and forget it" design.
1.
Display window : shows set-point, box temperature, operating mode, alarm displays, as well as
data on the unit itself (battery voltage, water temperature etc.).
2.
Arrows key
The UP ARROW and DOWN ARROW keys are used to alter the set-point. Press the up or
down arrow keys until the desired setpoint is displayed on the left-hand side of the display
window. When the correct set-point is displayed, press the ENTER key to confirm the
setting.
The UP ARROW and DOWN ARROW keys are also used to change the unit functions and
scroll through the FUNCTION and UNIT DATA screens.
3.
Function Change key
The function change key is used to display the operating parameters. Each time this key is
pressed the display will advance to the next parameter. This key, in conjunction with the
up/down arrow and enter keys, will allow the user to change the parameters.
4.
RUN/STOP switch
The main unit RUN/STOP switch controls the unit operation. When switched to the Run (I)
position, the unit will start in the operating mode last entered (Road or Standby). The setpoint will be at the last set-point entered on the keypad.
5.
Road key
The ROAD key puts the unit into Road (or engine) operation when the unit has been
previously operated in the Standby mode.
6.
Compartment 1 ON/OFF switch (multi temp only)
When switched on (I), the unit and compartment 1 will start in the operating mode last
entered (cooling or heating).
7.
City Speed key
The CITY SPEED key toggles the unit between high speed and low speed (diesel mode).
When City Speed is selected, the unit will run only in low speed except during defrost
cycles. This feature is useful in areas where noise is restricted.
8.
Compartment 2 ON/OFF switch (multi temp only)
When switched on (I), the unit and compartment 2 will start in the operating mode last
entered (cooling or heating).
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9.
Manual defrost key
The MANUAL DEFROST key places the unit in a defrost cycle. Under most conditions it is
not necessary to defrost the unit manually as this is done automatically with the air switch
or the defrost timer. Manual defrost may become necessary due to ice accumulated on the
evaporator coil during frequent door openings in humid environments.
10.
Compartment 3 ON/OFF switch (multi temp only)
When switched on (I), the unit and compartment 3 will start in the operating mode last
entered (cooling or heating).
11.
Buzzer Off key
The BUZZER OFF key temporarily turns off the FAULT ALARM buzzer. The red light
"Fault alarm" remains illuminated on the command cab.
12.
Standby key
The STANDBY key places the unit in Standby (or electric) mode when the previous mode
of operation has been Road.
13.
Pretrip Check key
The PRETRIP key initiates a check of all normal operating modes. The temperature inside
the box must be below 5°C ± 1°C (35°F ± 2°F) to start this check. Upon initiation, the unit
will cycle through all operating modes at 30 second intervals. The display will show
"PPPP" at the beginning and will show various unit data during the pre-trip cycle. Upon
completion of the pre-trip cycle the unit will be placed into the defrost mode.
14.
Auto Start/Stop Continuous key
The AUTO-START/STOP key toggles the unit operating mode between Auto-Start/Stop
and continuous run. When the unit is set for Auto-Start/Stop operation, the unit will run
until the box temperature reaches set-point and then cycle off (after the minimum run time
has been met) until further cooling or heating is necessary. When in the continuous mode,
the unit will cycle between heat and cool as required to maintain the set temperature in the
body. If the setpoint is below –12°C (10°F) the unit will not heat, it will run continuously in
low speed cool.
15.
Unit Data key
This key scrolls the display through the various operating condition displays, engine
temperature or battery voltage, for example. A more complete description of the function is
found later in this chapter.
16.
Fault Alarm led : illuminates when an alarm is detected.
17.
Enter key
The ENTER key confirms changes made to unit operation. It must be pressed to change
the setpoint after using the arrow keys to adjust it. If the ENTER key is not pressed, the
setpoint will revert to the previously entered setting.
The ENTER key must also be pressed whenever a FUNCTION setting is being altered. If
this key is not pressed, the function will revert to its previous setting.
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7. OPERATION
7.1. Pretrip inspection
The pre-trip inspection should be performed before picking up any load. This inspection is essential to
anticipate and help minimize the possibility of "over-the-road" problems. These checks take only a few
minutes.
1. Place the unit's main switch (4.) in the STOP (O) position.
2. Fuel - drain any water and impurities from the sump of the refrigeration unit fuel tank by opening
the drain-cock located on the bottom of the tank (if so equipped). Close the valve when only pure
fuel emerges. Check the fuel level in the tank, ensuring that the fuel supply is adequate for unit
operation. Refuel if necessary.
3. Engine Oil - the engine oil should be checked last since it is necessary for oil to drain out of the
block and into the oil pan to obtain a correct reading. Remove the plug/dip-stick, wipe it off and reinsert it fully into the engine block. Once again, remove the dip-stick and observe the oil level; it
should be somewhere between the full and add marks. If it is below the add mark, add oil until the
level is correct.
4. Check coolant level through the
openings of the front grill:
complete
coolant
level
if
necessary.
DO NOT remove the cap
from a hot radiator : burns
risks.
5. Battery - on unit equipped with serviceable batteries, the level of the electrolyte in each of the cells
should be checked. If the level is low, distilled water should be added to the correct level. Most
units, however, are equipped with low or no-maintenance batteries. Check battery connections
and battery supports.
6. Over-all Unit inspection - visually inspect the entire unit for leaks, loose bolts, frayed, loose, or
broken wires, etc. The radiator and condenser coils of the unit should be free of dirt, bugs,
cardboard, or any other debris that may obstruct airflow across the coils. The evaporator (located
inside the body) should be free of debris also, especially shrink-wrap, which is often used during
transport to prevent cargo shifting.
7. Truck body - The body should be inspected prior to loading. Check the door and vent seals for
damage and wear. Inspect the entire interior and exterior of the body to detect any damage
including in the inner and outer skins of the body. Damage to the insulation may compromise the
unit's ability to maintain the product temperature by increasing the amount of heat gain across the
truck body.
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7.2. Starting the unit – Road operation
1. Complete the PRETRIP inspection described in the previous section.
2. Place the RUN/STOP switch (O/I) (4.) to the RUN position (I)
3. Press the ROAD operation key (5.) (only if the unit has been previously used in standby mode).
4. Place either one or two compartments OFF/ON switches (6. or 8.) to ON (I) - For Mt° only
5. Then, the unit will :
- perform a complete diagnostic check on the microprocessor controller
- pre-heat for the required amount of time based on the engine temperature
- starts automatically
7.3. Starting the unit – Standby operation
1.
Check that the unit is connected to a suitable electricity supply. (see section
7.3.1).
2.
Place the RUN/STOP switch (4.) (O/I) to the RUN position (I)
3.
Press the STANDBY operation key (12.).
4.
Place either one or two compartments OFF/ON switches (6. or 8.) to ON (I) - For Mt° only
5.
Then, the unit will begin to run on electric power.
7.3.1.
Standby operation guidelines
For safe, reliable operation in Standby mode, it is important to consider the following guidelines :
a. NEVER plug the unit in to the power source with the main switch in the RUN position. The main
switch should always be in the STOP position when connecting the unit to the power source.
b. The fusing and extension cable used for Standby operation should conform to the following:
Unit
Supra 450
Supra 550
Supra 750
Supra 750Mt°
Supra 850
Supra 850Mt°
Supra 950
Supra 950Mt°
Fuse
200/240/3/50Hz
220/256/3/60Hz
16 A
16 A
23 A
50 A
40 A
Fuse
350/415/3/50Hz
380/460/3/60Hz
10 A
Standardized extension cable
H.07.RNF
230 volts
400 volts
4 x 4 mm
2
13 A
30 A
29 A
4 x 2.5 mm
4 x 6 mm
4 x 10 mm
2
2
4 x 6 mm
2
2
4 x 6 mm
2
c. The unit connection cable must be fitted with a ground connection. The cable must be connected to
earth.
d. On standby mode, the unit MUST BE CONNECTED to a high sensibility (30mA) differential
protection.
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e. When performing service and/or maintenance procedures on a refrigeration unit, make certain that
the unit is disconnected from the power source and that the main unit switch is turned OFF.
f. Operations on the 400 V supply for the unit must only be carried out by authorized personnel.
g. The user is liable for ensuring that the above measures are taken.
Warning : changing the operation of a unit from 400 V to 220 V implies a change in the electrical
coupling, adjustment of the overload relay and for certain unit models, the replacement of some
components. Please consult our technical service.
7.4. Unit shut down
1.
Place C1, C2 or C3 switches (6., 8. or 10.) to the OFF position (O) – For Mt° only.
2.
Place the RUN/STOP switch (4.) (O/I) to the OFF (O) position.
To shut down the unit, ALWAYS use the cab command.
7.5. To change setpoint temperature
The sequence is the same for each compartment.
1.
2.
3.
Start the unit by placing the RUN/STOP switch (4.) to the RUN position (I).
When the setpoint box temperature is displayed, press the UP or DOWN ARROW key (2.) to
change the temperature setpoint.
Press the ENTER key (17.) to validate.
7.6. Manual defrost
1.
Press the MANUAL DEFROST key (9.). If conditions are required, a defrost cycle will be
initiated.
7.7. To display unit data
The unit data list can be scrolled through by pressing the UNIT DATA key (15.). The list will advance
by one with each key press; or, press the UNIT DATA key once and use the UP or DOWN ARROW
(2.) keys to scroll through the list more quickly. Press the ENTER key (17.) to display the data for 30
seconds.
UNIT DATA
CODE
CD1
CD2
CD3
CD4
CD5
CD6
CD7
CD8
CD9
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SUCT
ENG
WT
RAS
*SAS
*REM
ATS
EVP
CDT
DATA
Suction pressure
Engine hours
Engine temperature
Return air temperature
Supply air temperature
Remote air temperature
Ambient temperature
Evaporator temperature
Compressor discharge temperature
17
CD10
BATT
Battery voltage
CD11
SBY
Standby (electric motor) hours
CD12
MOD V
Future expansion
CD13
REV
Software revision
CD14
SERL
Serial number low
CD15
SERU
Serial number upper
CD16
2RA
Compartment 2 – return air temperature
CD17
3RA
Compartment 3 – return air temperature
CD18
MHR1
Maintenance hour meter 1
CD19
MHR2
Maintenance hour meter 2
CD20
SON
Switch on hour meter
*SAS and REM are options. SAS is displayed when the SUP PROBE function is
selected. REM is displayed when the REM PROBE function is selected.
7.8. To change a function
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the FUNCTION CHANGE key (3.) until the function you want to change appears on the
display.
Press the ENTER key (17.).
Press the UP or DOWN ARROW key (2.) until the function setting you want appears on the
display.
Press the ENTER key (17.) to validate new setting.
CODE
ENGLISH
FN0
DEFR
FN1 ON
CITY SPEED
FN1 OFF
HIGH SPEED
FN2
OFF T
FN3
ON T
FN4A
REM PROBE
FN4B
SUP PROBE
FN5 F/C
DEGREES F/C
FN6 ON
TIME STRT
FN6 OFF
TEMP STRT
FN7 0
MOP SDT
FN7 -5
MOP FN7 +4
MOP +
FN10 ON
AUTO OP
FN10 OFF MAN OP
FN11
T RANGE
CODES / ENGLISH
NORM / ADD GLOW
FUNCTION PARAMETERS
AVAILABLE SELECTIONS
Defrost interval 1.5, 3, 6 or 12hr
Low speed only
Low and high speed
Minimum Off-time 10, 20, 30, 45 or 90mn
On-time 4 or 7 mn
Controlling probe
Standard unit selected (default C)
Maximum Off time
Mop selection
Start mode
Out of range (A=2°C / B=3°C / C=4°C)
Code or english display format
Manual glow override. Normal of add 30 seconds
Alarm RST = Alarm reset required
ALARM RST / CLR
Alarm CLR = No alarm active
Selection in bold are factory settings.
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8. OPTIONAL CONTROL PANEL
8.1. Description
Keep the fold out sheet while reading the instructions.
User-friendly indicator and operator control panels clearly show individual compartment temperatures
with easy-to-read displays.
These compact panels can be mounted to suit the individual operator's preferences.
(Example : on the front bulkhead, in the cab or in the refrigerated compartment - including mounting in
the truck wall itself)
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
Compartment on/OFF key
Control panel power on
Unit ON/OFF key
Manual defrost key
Control panel locking
23.
24.
25.
26.
Up and down arrow keys
Heating operating mode light of a compartment
Cooling operating mode light of a compartment
Temperature indicated in °C or °F
From this optional control panel, you can : switch on the unit, check compartment 1, 2 or 3
temperatures, change setpoints, energize a manual defrost.
8.2. To operate with auxiliary control panel
1.
Start the unit as mentioned before.
2.
Press the SYSTEM ON/OFF key (20.). Power light will go ON.
3.
Press the ON/OFF key (18.) to energize selected compartment.
4.
Display
waiting for communication with unit
compartment temperature display
setpoint temperature display
evaporator status (heat or cool or null)
compartment shut-down via remote control
defrost compartment
temperature sensor malfunction
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8.2.1.
To change the setpoint
Setpoint change can be made from control panel or cab control.
1.
Press the UP or DOWN ARROW key (23.) to increase or decrease setpoint. This is the same
operation for each compartment.
8.2.2.
To set pre-set setpoint
The control panel allows the user to pre-set 5 different temperatures on each compartment.
1.
Switch main RUN/STOP switch (4.) and required remote compartment switches (18.) on the unit
to RUN.
2.
Press Carrier logo and the lock light will be displayed.
3.
Press host compartment UP ARROW key for 10 seconds. P1 will be displayed in all
compartments.
4.
Set lowest setpoint temperature required.
5.
Press Carrier logo and P2 will be displayed. Set next lowest temperature required up to five preset setpoints are available.
6.
Pressing the second compartment up or down arrow will allow the lowest temperature required to
be preset in the second compartment. Pressing Carrier logo will then move on to the nest lowest
(up to five).
7.
Press the Carrier logo for 10 seconds and this will remove the lock light and store the pre-set
setpoints in memory.
8.2.3.
1.
To remove pre-set setpoint
Switch main RUN/STOP switch and required remote compartment switches on the unit to RUN.
2.
Press Carrier logo and the lock light will be displayed.
3.
Press host compartment up arrow for 10 seconds. P1 will be displayed in all compartments.
4.
Set temperature to lowest possible and OFF will be displayed.
5.
Press the UP ARROW key on remote compartments will display the presets, take the
temperature to the lowest possible and OFF will be displayed.
6.
Press the Carrier logo for 10 seconds and the new information will be stored in memory.
8.2.4.
To lock and unlock the control panel
1.
Press the CARRIER logo 10 seconds to lock the control panel.
2.
then, starts to flash in the new logic.
3.
Press again the CARRIER logo 10 seconds to unlock.
4.
The indicator goes off.
NOTE
It is not necessary for the compartment to be running in order to modify or see the setpoint value and
the temperature of the compartment. The unit can be shut down both with the control panel and the
general switch.
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9. PROBLEMS
Everything possible has been done to ensure that your unit is the most reliable, trouble-free equipment
available on the market today. If, however, you run into problems, the following section may be of
assistance.
If you do not find the trouble that you have experienced listed below, please call your Carrier
Transicold dealer for assistance.
Unit won't crank, by the starter
Unit won't start
Unit won't run
Unit dies
Unit not cooling properly
General problems
Check battery condition
Check battery connection
Check all fuses
Check fuel level
Check all fuses
Check fuel level
Check engine oil level
Check all fuses
Check belts
Check engine oil level
Check coolant level
Check fuel level
Check all fuses
Defrost unit
Check evaporator for airflow restriction
Check condenser for airflow restriction
Check body for damage or air leaks
9.1. Fuses location
Refer to the electrical schematic provided with the unit.
If a fuse has blown, AL15 FUSE BAD will be displayed. Please contact your Carrier Service Center.
9.2. Fault alarm display and safety features
Display will alternate between an alarm message and the normal display whenever any of the failures
listed below occur.
NOTE : Whenever the fault light is on, check display for fault message.
1. - Reset the micro to start the unit by moving the RUN/STOP switch (4.) to STOP (O) then to RUN
(I).
2. - Press FUNCTION CHANGE key (3.).
3. - Press the UP/DOWN ARROW keys (2.) until ALARM RST is displayed.
4. - Press the ENTER key (17.) to clear alarm. Alarm CLR will now be displayed and unit will restart.
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Other method to reset : move RUN/STOP switch (4.) to STOP. Unit resets and will start when
RUN/STOP switch is moved to run position.
ALARM DISPLAY √ = FAULT LIGHT ON
CODE
ENGLISH
DESCRIPTION
AL0
ENG OIL
√ Low oil pressure
AL1
ENG HOT
√ High coolant temperature
AL2
HI PRESS
√ High pressure
AL3
STARTFAIL
√ Start failure
AL4
LOW BATT
√ Low battery voltage
AL5
HI BATT
√ High battery voltage
AL6
DEFRFAIL
Defrost override
AL7
ALT AUX
(√) Alternator auxiliary
AL8
STARTER
√ Starter motor
AL9
RA SENSOR
√ Return air sensor
AL10
SA SENSOR
Supply air sensor
AL11
WT SENSOR
Coolant temperature sensor
AL12
HIGH CDT
√ High discharge temperature
AL13
CD SENSOR
Discharge temperature sensor
AL14
SBY MOTOR
√ Standby motor overload
AL15
FUSE BAD
√ Fuse open
AL16
SYSTEM CK
System check
AL17
DISPLAY
Display
AL18
SERVICE1
Maintenance hour meter 1
AL19
SERVICE2
Maintenance hour meter 2
AL20
RAS OUT
√ Main compartment out-of-range
AL21
2RA OUT
√ Remote compartment 2 out-of-range
AL22
3RA OUT
√ Remote compartment 3 out-of-range
AL23
NO POWER
No power for standby
√ = FAULT LIGHT ON
WARNING : AL0 (ENG OIL) could come up if alternator is badly connected.
10. MAINTENANCE
A comprehensive maintenance program will help to insure that the unit continues to operate reliably.
Such a maintenance program will also help to control operating costs, increase the unit's working life,
and improve performance.
NOTE
All maintenance services must be done by a technician trained on Carrier products respecting all
safety and quality standards of Carrier.
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10.1. Maintenance schedule
Unit
Supra
450
500
Supra
750&Mt
850&Mt
Supra
950&Mt
HOURS
Initial
service
Service A
Service B
Service C
HOURS
Initial
service
Service A
Service B
Service C
HOURS
Initial
service
Service A
Service B
Service C
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10.2. Service description
Initial
service
Service A
Service B
Service C
• Check the tightness of bolts and screws and that the unit is correctly fastened onto
the box
• Drain the engine oil, replace oil filter and by-pass filter (if so equipped)
• Drain the engine oil, replace oil filter and by-pass filter (if so equipped)
• Clean up the cartridge of the dry air filter
• Clean up battery & battery clamps
• Check engine cooling system
• Adjust all the belts
• Operations of service A +
• Replace fuel filter
• Replace the cartridge of the dry air filter
• Clean up fuel pump filter
• Clean up condenser and radiator coil
• Clean up mechanical clutch
• Check the battery terminals and fluid levels
• Check compressor oil level
• Check alternator brushes
• Check engine thermostat for proper operation
• Check defrost (check timer setting and function, check refrigerant control valves,
fans stop, defrost ends automatically, water drains from evaporator)
• Check fan motor brushes and replace if necessary
• Check and adjust rocker arms
• Operations of service B +
• Replace alternator brushes
• Replace all the belts
• Check refrigerant level
• Check engine speed under load
• Clean and adjust fuel injectors
Filter Drier, Compressor oil & Refrigerant change
EVERY
TWO
YEARS
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Replace filter drier
Clean up the expansion valve
Replace compressor oil - only use Ester oil (POE) approved by Carrier Transicold
Replace refrigerant
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10.3. Recommended oil
Engine oil : the oils recommended for use in your refrigeration unit must comply with the American
Petroleum Institute's (API) SG/CD rating. The use of oil of the proper weight (viscosity) is also
essential. The following chart indicates the SAE Weight Rating of the oil to be used in various
climates:
20W or
15W40
20W or 15W40
10W or 10W30
The following oils are accepted for use in Europe with these units.
RECOMMENDED OILS
CARRIER
CARRIER TD+15W-40
AGIP
ANTAR
BP
SIGMA TURBO SHPD 15W-40
GRAPHITE R 15W-40
VANELLUS C3 EXTRA 15W-40
VANELLUS FE 15W30
MULTIPERFORMANCE4D 15W-40
PERFORMANCE TROPHY 15W-40
URANIA TURBO 15W-40
KAPPA LDO 15W-40
KAPPA TD PLUS 15W-40
KAPPA EXTRA 15W-40
DETERGENTE 4DM 15W-40
STRADEX 900 ECO 15W-40
SYNTHIDEX ECO 15W-40
RALLYE TURBO 4E 15W-40
RALLYE TURBO 4E LD 15W-40
RAFF SUPER HPDO 15W-40
MEGAMAXI 15W-40
DELVAC SHC 15W-40
DELVAC 1400 SUPER
OPALGET D 500 15W-40
TURBO 2002 15W-40
POLATRUCK 15W-40
KMX 2 PLUS 15W-30
KMX 2 PLUS 15W-40
MV5 EUROPE "
URSA SUPER TD 15W-40
RUBIA TIR MAX 15w40
MYRINA TX 15W-40
MYRINA T 15W-30
SUPER ROC 3D 15W-40
TURBO DX 15W-40
SM 4D + 15W-40
ELF
FIAT
FINA
HAFA
IGOL
IMPERATOR
LABO
MOBIL
OPAL
ORLY
POLAROIL
RENAULT
TEXACO
TOTAL
SHELL
UNIL
YACCO
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11. A.T.P. EUROPE REGULATION EXTRACT
Approval of vehicles intended for the carriage of perishable goods.
Before putting a refrigerated vehicle into service, it is necessary to have it approved by the Regional
Health Department.
Characteristics of vehicles used for carrying perishable goods; refrigeration unit.
The refrigeration unit is an insulated unit with a cooling system which makes it possible, with a mean
outside temperature of +30°C, to lower the temperature inside the empty body and to maintain this low
temperature in the following way:
class A : Refrigeration unit furnished with a cooling system whereby a temperature between +12°C
and 0°C inclusive can be chosen.
class B : Refrigeration unit furnished with a cooling system whereby a temperature between +12°C
and –10°C inclusive can be chosen.
class C : Refrigeration unit furnished with a cooling system whereby a temperature between +12°C
and –20°C inclusive can be chosen.
The cooling capacity of a unit is determined by a test carried out in one of the approved testing
stations and ratified by an official report.
Note: The "K" factor of bodies intended to be classified as C must be equal to or lower than 0.4 W/m2
°C.
Signs, identification marks and plates to be attached to refrigeration units
Refrigeration Plate
This reference must be followed by identification marks according to the following list:
Standard refrigeration unit Class A
FNA
Reinforced refrigeration unit Class A
FRA
Reinforced refrigeration unit Class B
FRB
Reinforced refrigeration unit Class C
FRC
In addition to the above identification marks, the date (month and year) of expiry of the approval
certificate must be indicated.
Example:
FRC 6-2004
(6 = month (June) 2004 = year)
Very important
Regularly check the expiry date of the approval certificate. During transport, the approval certificate or
provisional certificate should be shown on request of qualified agents. To have an insulated unit
approved as a refrigeration unit, an application to modify the approval certificate should be sent to the
regional health office.
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12. 24H ASSISTANCE
At Carrier Transicold we're working hard to give you complete service when and where you need it.
That implies a worldwide network of dealers and available an emergency service. These service
centres are manned by factory-trained service personnel and backed by extensive parts inventories
that will assure you of prompt repair.
Should you encounter a unit problem with your refrigeration unit during transit, follow your company's
emergency procedure or contact the nearest Carrier Transicold service centre. Consult the directory to
locate the service centre nearest you. This directory may be obtained from your Carrier Transicold
dealer.
If you are unable to reach a service center, call Carrier Transicold’s 24Hour Assistance:
In Europe, please use the following free phone numbers from :
A
B
CH
D
DK
E
F
FIN
GB
GR
H
I
IRL
L
RUS
N
NL
P
PL
S
AUSTRIA
BELGIUM
SWITZERLAND
GERMANY
DENMARK
SPAIN
FRANCE
FINLAND
GREAT BRITAIN
GREECE
HUNGARY
ITALY
IRELAND
LUXEMBURG
RUSSIA
NORWAY
THE NETHERLANDS
PORTUGAL
POLAND
SWEDEN
0800 291039
0800 99310
0800 838839
0800 1808180
808 81832
99 993213
0800 913148
0800 113221
0800 9179067
00800 3222523
06800 13526
800 791033
1800 553286
800 3581
810 800 200 31032
800 11435
0800 0224894
8008 32283
00800 3211238
020 790470
From other countries / Direct : +32 9 255 67 89
In Canada or United States, call 1 – 800 – 448 1661
When calling, please have the following information ready for fastest service :
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Your name, the name of your company, and your location
A telephone number where you can be called back
Refrigeration unit model and serial number
Box temperature, setpoint and product
Brief description for the problem you are having and what you have already done to correct the
problem.
We will do everything we can to get your problem taken care of and get you back on the road.
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