Bosch SM048 Specifications

SM CS Series Heat pump
SM024 | SM036 | SM048 | SMO60 | SM070
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Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual
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SM CS Series Heat Pump
CONTENTS
UNIT START-UP................................................................19
Model Nomenclature.......................................................... 3
Key to Symbols.................................................................. 3
Safety Warnings................................................................ 3
MAINTENANCE ................................................................20
UNIT CHECK-OUT SHEET ..................................................21
Standard SM CS package ................................................... 4
TROUBLESHOOTING ........................................................22
Unit Lockouts ............................................................25
GENERAL DESCRIPTION .................................................... 4
OPERATING TEMPERATURES AND PRESSURES .................26
MOVING AND STORAGE ..................................................... 4
WATER SIDE PRESSURE DROP TABLE ...............................31
INITIAL INSPECTION .......................................................... 4
WIRING DIAGRAMS..........................................................32
LOCATION......................................................................... 4
Condensing Section ..................................................... 4
Air Handler ................................................................. 5
DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS ...............................................33
PIPING.............................................................................. 5
ELECTRICAL...................................................................... 6
Safety Devices and the UPM Controller ........................... 6
SPARE PARTS LIST...........................................................34
CS Parts List - Cabinet ................................................35
CS Parts List -Refrigeration/Electrical ...........................36
Notes ..............................................................................39
OPTIONS......................................................................... 10
Heat Recovery Package (HRP) ..................................... 10
DPS Water Flow Proving ............................................. 10
Pump Relay............................................................... 10
Comfort Alert Module ................................................. 10
HEAT RECOVERY PACKAGE ............................................. 11
Water Tank Preparation .............................................. 11
HR Water Piping ........................................................ 11
Water Tank Refill........................................................ 12
Initial Start-Up........................................................... 12
SEQUENCE OF OPERATION .............................................. 13
Cooling Mode ............................................................ 13
Heating Mode............................................................ 13
APPLICATION CONSIDERATIONS...................................... 15
Well Water Systems ................................................... 15
Cooling Tower/Boiler Systems ..................................... 16
Geothermal Systems .................................................. 18
SYSTEM CHECKOUT ........................................................ 19
Figure 1: CS/AH Pairings
UNIT MODEL
Unit 1
SM024-1CSC SM024-1AVX
SM036-1CSC SM036-1AVX
SM048-1CSC SM048-1AVX
SM060-1CSC SM060-1AVX
SM070-1CSC SM070-1AVX
Paired Air Handler
Unit 2
Unit 3
Unit 4
SM024-1AHX DX025-1VTX
DX025-1CCX
SM036-1AHX DX035-1VTX
DX035-1CCX
SM048-1AHX DX049-1VTX
DX049-1CCX
SM060-1AHX DX061-1VTX
DX061-1CCX
SM070-1AHX DX071-1VTX
DX071-1CCX
Unit 5
DX025-1UCX
DX035-1UCX
DX049-1UCX
DX061-1UCX
DX071-1UCX
Unit 6
DX035-1VTX
DX049-1VTX
DX071-1VTX
LEGEND:
AVX
BOSCH box style Vertical Air Handler
AHX
BOSCH box style Horizontal Air Handler
CCX
Cased coil
UCX
Uncased coil
VTX
BOSCH unitary style air handler
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MODEL NOMENCLATURE
SM 024
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1
CS
C
-
F
SERIES
WATER CONNECTIONS
SM
F - Front
SIZE
COAX OPTIONS
024
036
048
060
070
C - Copper
N - Cupro-Nickel
CABINET CONFIGURATION
CS - Condensing Section
VOLTAGE DESIGNATIONS
1
- 208/1/60 & 230/1/60
Revision Level A
KEY TO SYMBOLS
Warnings
Warnings in this document are identified by
a warning triangle printed against a grey
background. Keywords at the start of the
warning indicate the type and seriousness
of the ensuing risk if measures to prevent
the risk are not taken.
The following keywords are defined and can be
used in this document:
• NOTE indicates a situation that could result in
damage to property or equipment.
• CAUTION indicates a situation that could
result in minor to medium injury.
• WARNING indicates a situation that could
result in sever injury or death.
• DANGER indicates a situation that will result in
severe injury or death.
Important Information
This symbol indicates important information
where there is no risk to property or people.
SAFETY WARNINGS
Installation and servicing of this equipment
can be hazardous due to system pressure
and electrical components. Only trained
and qualified personnel should install,
repair, or service the equipment.
Before performing service or maintenance
operations on the system, turn off main
power to the unit. Electrical shock could
cause personal injury or death.
All refrigerant discharged from this unit
must be recovered WITHOUT EXCEPTION.
Technicians must follow industry accepted
guidelines and all local, state, and federal
statutes for the recovery and disposal of
refrigerants. If a compressor is removed
from this unit, refrigerant circuit oil will
remain in the compressor. To avoid leakage
of compressor oil, refrigerant lines of the
compressor must be sealed after it is
removed.
To avoid equipment damage, DO NOT use
these units as a source of heating or cooling
during the construction process. Doing so
may affect the unit’s warranty. The
mechanical components and filters will
quickly become clogged with construction
dirt and debris, which may cause system
damage.
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SM CS Series Heat Pump
STANDARD SM CS PACKAGE
MOVING AND STORAGE
If the equipment is not needed for immediate
installation upon its arrival at the job site, it should
be left in its shipping carton and stored in a clean,
dry area. Units must only be stored or moved in the
normal upright position as indicated by the “UP”
arrows on each carton at all times.
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2
For storage If unit stacking is required,
stack units as follows:
Do not stack units larger than 6 tons!
Figure # 2
[1] SM Series Water-to-Air Heat Pump: Condensing
Section
[2] Installation and Operation Manual
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
SM Series Water-to-Air Heat Pumps provide the
best combination of performance and efficiency
available. All units are performance certified to
American Heating and Refrigeration Institute
(AHRI) ISO Standard 13256-1. All SM Water-to-Air
Heat Pumps conform to UL1995 standard and are
certified to CAN/CSA C22.1 No 236 by IntertekETL. The Water-to-Air Heat Pumps are designed to
operate with entering fluid temperature between
30°F to 90°F in the heating mode and between
40°F to 120°F in the cooling mode.
50°F Minimum Entering Water Temperature
(EWT) is recommended for well water
applications with sufficient water flow to prevent
freezing. Antifreeze solution is required for all
closed loop applications. Cooling Tower/Boiler
and Geothermal applications should have
sufficient antifreeze solution to protect against
extreme conditions and equipment failure.
Frozen water coils are not covered under
warranty. Other equivalent methods of
temperature control are acceptable.
Several factory installed options are available:
Heat Recovery Package, Smart Start Assist, DPS
Water Flow Proving Switch, Auxiliary Pump Relay,
and Comfort Alert Module.
Safety devices are built into each unit to provide
the maximum system protection possible when
properly installed and maintained.
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INITIAL INSPECTION
Be certain to inspect all cartons or crates on each
unit as received at the job site before signing the
freight bill. Verify that all items have been received
and that there are no visible damages; note any
shortages or damages on all copies of the freight
bill. In the event of damage or shortage, remember
that the purchaser is responsible for filing the
necessary claims with the carrier. Concealed
damages not discovered until after removing the
units from the packaging must be reported to the
carrier within 24 hours of receipt.
LOCATION
To maximize system performance, efficiency and
reliability, and to minimize installation costs, it is
always best to keep the refrigerant lines as short
as possible. Every effort should be made to locate
the air handler and the condensing section as
close as possible to each other.
Condensing Section
Locate the condensing section in an area that
provides sufficient room to make water and
electrical connections, and allows easy removal of
the access panels, for service personnel to
perform maintenance or repair.
The condensing section is designed for indoor use
primarily; however, if the condensing section must
be installed in an outdoors location where ambient
temperatures can fall below freezing, some form of
freeze protection should be employed such as a
freeze-stat and/or a pump timer/starter to prevent
possible condenser freeze-up and to optimize
overall system performance.
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Air Handler
Locate the air handler unit in an indoor area that
allows easy removal of the filter and access panels,
and has enough room for service personnel to
perform maintenance or repair. Provide sufficient
room to make electrical and duct connections. If
the unit is located in a confined space such as a
closet, provisions must be made for return air to
freely enter the space. On horizontal units, allow
adequate room below the unit for a condensate
drain trap.
The air handler units are not approved for
outdoor installation; therefore, they must be
installed inside the structure being conditioned.
Do not locate in areas that are subject to
freezing.
Reference the Factory Manual for your AH or
the Air Handler section of this manual for
detailed installation and operation.
Vertical units should be mounted level on a
vibration absorbing pad slightly larger than the
base to minimize vibration transmission to the
building structure. It is not necessary to anchor the
unit to the floor. (Figure #3).
VIBRATION
PAD FULL
In conditions anticipating moderate scale
formation or in brackish water a cupro-nickel heat
exchanger is recommended.
Both the supply and discharge water lines will
sweat if subjected to low water temperature.
These lines should be insulated to prevent damage
from condensation. All manual flow valves used in
the system must be ball valves. Globe and gate
valves must not be used due to high pressure drop
and poor throttling characteristics.
Never exceed the recommended water flow
rates as serious damage or erosion of the
water-to-refrigerant heat exchanger could
occur.
Always check carefully for water leaks and repair
appropriately. Units are equipped with female pipe
thread fittings. Consult Unit Dimensional
Drawings. (Pg#91 through Pg#95)
Teflon tape sealer should be used when
connecting water piping connections to the units
to insure against leaks and possible heat
exchanger fouling.
Do not overtighten the connections.
Flexible hoses should be used between the unit
and the rigid system to avoid possible vibration.
Ball valves should be installed in the supply and
return lines for unit isolation and unit water flow
balancing.
Figure # 3
PIPING
Supply and return piping must be as large as the
unit connections on the heat pump (larger on long
runs).
Never use flexible hoses of a smaller inside
diameter than that of the fluid connections
on the unit.
SM units are supplied with either a copper or
optional cupro-nickel condenser. Copper is
adequate for ground water that is not high in
mineral content.
Proper testing is recommended to assure the
well water quality is suitable for use with water
source equipment. When in doubt, use cupronickel.
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ELECTRICAL
Safety Devices and the UPM Controller
Refer to electrical component box layout.
(Figure #4)
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Field wiring must comply with local and
national electric codes.
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Power to the unit must be within the
operating voltage range indicated on
the unit nameplate or on the
performance data sheet.
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3
Operation of unit on improper line
voltage or with excessive phase
imbalance will be hazardous to the unit,
constitutes abuse and may void the
warranty.
Properly sized fuses or HACR circuit breakers must
be installed for branch circuit protection. See unit
nameplate for maximum fuse or breaker size.
The unit is provided with a concentric knock-out
for attaching common trade sizes of conduit, route
power supply wiring through this opening. Always
connect the ground lead to the grounding lug
provided in the control box and power leads to the
line side of compressor contactor as indicated on
the wiring diagram (Figures on Pg#32).
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1
5
4
2
3
Figure # 4
[1] Comfort Alert Module (Option)
[2] Compressor contactor
[3] Capacitor
[4] Auxiliary Relay (DP/DT)
[5] Terminal block (Option)
[6] Unit Protection Module (UPM)
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7
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16
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10
Figure # 5
[1] Board Power Indicator
[2] UPM Status LED Indicator
[3] Water Coil Freeze Protection Temperature
Selection [R30]
[4] Air Coil Freeze Protection Temperature
Selection
[5] UPM Board Settings
[6] Water Coil Freeze Connection
[7] Air Coil Freeze Connection
[8] LCD Unit Display Connection
[9] 24VAC Power Input
[10] Compressor Contact Output
[11] High Pressure Switch Connection
[12] Call for Compressor Y1
[13] Low Pressure Switch Connection
[14] 24VAC Power Common
[15] Condensate Overflow Sensor
[16] Dry Contact
[17] UPM Ground Standoff
If the unit is being connected to a thermostat
with a malfunction light, this connection is made
at the unit malfunction output or relay. Refer to
Figure #5.
If the thermostat is provided with a malfunction
light powered off of the common (C) side of the
transformer, a jumper between “R” and “COM”
terminal of “ALR” contacts must be made.
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If the thermostat is provided with a malfunction
light powered off of the hot (R) side of the
transformer, then the thermostat malfunction
light connection should be connected directly to
the (ALR) contact on the unit’s UPM board.
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The condensate overflow protection sensor is
located in the drain pan of the unit and
connected to the ‘COND’ terminal on the UPM
board. (Figure #4)
Each unit is factory provided with a Unit Protection
Module (UPM) that controls the compressor
operation and monitors the safety controls that
protect the unit.
Safety controls include the following:
• High pressure switch located in the refrigerant
discharge line and wired across the HPC
terminals on the UPM.
• Low pressure switch located in the unit
refrigerant suction line and wired across
terminals LPC1 and LPC2 on the UPM.
UPM Board Dry Contacts are Normally Open
(NO)
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Figure # 7
Water side freeze protection sensor, mounted
close to condensing water coil, monitors
refrigerant temperature between condensing
water coil and thermal expansion valve. If
temperature drops below or remains at freeze
limit trip for 30 seconds, the controller will
shut down the compressor and enter into a
soft lockout condition. The default freeze limit
trip is 30°F, however this can be changed to
15°F by cutting the R30 or Freeze1 resistor
located on top of DIP switch SW1 (Refer to
Figure #5, item [3] for resistor location), Refer
to Figure #6 for sensor location.
UPM Board Factory Default Settings
TEMP
30°F
LOCKOUT
2
RESET
Y
ALARM
PULSE
TEST
NO
UPM DIP SWITCH DEFAULT POSITION
lockout
4
2
reset
R
Y
alarm
Cont
pulse
test
yes
no
The UPM Board includes the following features:
• ANTI-SHORT CYCLE TIMER: 5 minute delay on
break timer to prevent compressor short cycling.
Figure # 6
If unit is employing a fresh water system (no
anti-freeze protection), it is extremely
important to have the Freeze1 R30 resistor
set to 30°F in order to shut down the unit at
the appropriate leaving water temperature
and protect your heat pump from freezing if
a freeze sensor is included.
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RANDOM START: Each controller has an unique
random start delay ranging from 270 to 300 seconds
on initial power up to reduce the chance of multiple
unit simultaneously starting at the same time after
power up or after a power interruption, thus
avoiding creating large electrical spike.
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LOW PRESSURE BYPASS TIMER: If the
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compressor is running and the low pressure switch
opens, the controller will keep the compressor ON
for 120 seconds. After 2 minutes if the low pressure
switch remains open, the controllers will shut down
the compressor and enter a soft lockout. The
compressor will not be energized until the low
pressure switch closes and the anti-short cycle time
delay expires. If the low pressure switch opens 2-4
times in 1 hour, the unit will enter a hard lockout. In
order to exit hard lockout power to the unit would
need to be reset.
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BROWNOUT/SURGE/POWER INTERRUPTION
PROTECTION: The brownout protection in the
UPM board will shut does the compressor if the
incoming power falls below 18 VAC. The compressor
will remain OFF until the voltage is above 18 VAC
and ANTI-SHORT CYCLE TIMER (300 seconds) times
out. The unit will not go into a hard lockout.
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MALFUNCTION OUTPUT: Alarm output is
Normally Open (NO) dry contact. If pulse is
selected the alarm output will be pulsed. The
fault output will depend on the dip switch
setting for "ALARM". If it is set to "CONST", a
constant signal will be produced to indicate a
fault has occurred and the unit requires
inspection to determine the type of fault. If it is
set to "PULSE", a pulse signal is produced and
a fault code is detected by a remote device
indicating the fault. See L.E.D Fault Indication
below for blink code explanation. The remote
device must have a malfunction detection
capability when the UPM board is set to
"PULSE".
If 24 VAC output is needed, R must be wired to
ALR-COM terminal; 24 VAC will be available o
the ALR-OUT terminal when the unit is in the
alarm condition.
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DISPLAY OUTPUT: The Display output is a pulse
output connected to the Unit Diagnostic Display
(UDD) and it pulses 24VAC when the unit is in an
lockout alarm condition.
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FREEZE SENSOR: The default setting for the
freeze limit trip is 30°F (sensor number 1); however
this can be changed to 15°F by cutting the R30
resistor located on top of the DIP switch SW1. The
default setting for the freeze limit trip is 30°F
(sensor number 1); however this can be
changed to 15°F by cutting the R24 resistor
located on top of the DIP switch SW1. Since
freeze sensor 2 is dedicated to monitor the
evaporator coil it is recommended to leave the
factory default setting on the board. The UPM
controller will constantly monitor the
refrigerant temperature with the sensor
mounted close to the condensing water coil
between the thermal expansion valve and
water coil. If temperature drops below or
remains at the freeze limit trip for 30 seconds,
the controller will shut the compressor down
and enter into a soft lockout condition. Both
the status LED and the Alarm contact will be
active. The LED will flash (three (3) times) the
code associated with this alarm condition. If
this alarm occurs 2 times (or 4 if Dip switch is
set to 4) within an hour the UPM controller will
enter into a hard lockout condition. It will
constantly monitor the refrigerant temperature
with the sensor mounted close to the
evaporator between the thermal expansion
valve and evaporator coil as shown in Figure
#5. If temperature drops below or remains at
the freeze limit trip for 30 seconds, the
controller will shut the compressor down and
enter into a soft lockout condition. Both the
status LED and the Alarm contact will be
active. The LED will flash (six (6) times) the
code associated with this alarm condition. If
this alarm occurs 2 times (or 4 if Dip switch is
set to 4) within an hour the controller will enter
into a hard lockout condition.
Freeze sensor will not guard against the loss
of water. Flow switch is recommended to
prevent unit from running if water flow is
lost or reduced.
TEST DIP SWITCH: A test dip switch is provided to
reduce all time delays settings to 10 seconds during
troubleshooting or verification of unit operation.
Operation of unit in test mode can lead to
accelerated wear and premature failure of
components. The "TEST" switch must be set
back to "NO" after troubleshooting/
servicing.
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INTELLIGENT RESET: If a fault condition is
initiated, the 5 minute delay on break time period is
initiated and the unit will restart after these delays
expire. During this period the fault LED will indicate
the cause of the fault. If the fault condition still
exists or occurs 2 or 4 times (depending on 2 or 4
setting for Lockout dip switch) before 60 minutes,
the unit will go into a hard lockout and requires a
manual lockout reset. A single condensate overflow
fault will cause the unit to go into a hard lockout
immediately, and will require a manual lockout
reset.
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LOCKOUT RESET: A hard lockout can be reset
by turning the unit thermostat off and then
back on when the “RESET” dip switch is set to
“Y” or by shutting off unit power at the circuit
breaker when the “RESET” dip switch is set to
“R”.
The blower motor will remain active during a
lockout condition.
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OPTIONS
DPS Water Flow Proving
Number of factory installed options are available
on SM Series of Heat Pumps. The following details
the purpose, function and components of each
option.
The DPS water flow proving switch is a factory
installed option available for the SM series. The
DPS prevents compressor operation if there is
inadequate water flow through the water to
refrigerant heat exchanger in the heat pump.
The DPS operates by monitoring the water side
pressure drop across the water to refrigerant heat
exchanger. When the pressure drop between the
water in and water out lines reaches a pre-set
value, compressor operation is enabled.
Heat Recovery Package (HRP)
The heat recovery package is a factory installed
option on SM series of heat pumps. The HRP can
be used to heat potable water during unit
operation using waste heat from the compressor
discharge gas. In some cases the HRP can provide
most or all of the hot water requirements for a
typical home.
The HRP consists of three major components:
• double wall, vented refrigerant to water heat
exchanger
• circulating pump
• control circuit
The heat exchanger is rated for use with potable
water and is acceptable for use as a domestic
water heating device in most building codes.
The pump circulates water between the domestic
hot water tank and HRP heat exchanger in the Heat
Pump. The control circuit ensures that the HRP
only operates when there is available heat from the
compressor and when the water is within a safe
temperature range of below 140 deg F.
When the heat pump compressor operates, the
HRP will monitor the temperature of the discharge
gas from the compressor. Once discharge gas is
hot enough to provide useful heat to the domestic
water tank, the circulating pump will be enabled,
drawing water from the tank, through the HRP heat
exchanger and then depositing the heated water
back into the tank. If the water temperature
reaches 140 deg F, the circulating pump is
disabled to prevent over heating of the domestic
water. The HRP is provided with an on/off switch
in case the end user desires that the HRP be
inactivated (typically during the winter months
when space heating is most important).
If heat recovery unit is installed in an area
where freezing may occur, the unit must be
drained during winter months to prevent
heat exchanger damage. Heat exchanger
ruptures that occur due to freezing will void
the heat recovery package warranty along
with the heat pump warranty.
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Pump Relay
The factory installed pump relay can be used to
energize a supply pump or solenoid valve when
there is a call for compressor operation. This relay
can be used to switch either high or low voltage
power.
Comfort Alert Module
The Comfort Alert diagnostics module (CADM) is a
breakthrough innovation for troubleshooting heat
pump system failures. (Figure #8)
Figure # 8
By monitoring and analyzing data from the
compressor and the thermostat demand, the
module can accurately detect the cause of
electrical and system related failures without any
sensors. A flashing LED indicator communicates
the ALERT code and guides the service technician
more quickly and accurately to the root cause of a
problem.
This module does not provide safety protection!
The Comfort Alert module is a monitoring device
and cannot shut down the compressor directly.
When an abnormal system condition occurs, the
Comfort Alert module displays the appropriate
ALERT and/or TRIP LED.
The yellow ALERT LED will flash a number of times
consecutively, pause and then repeat the process.
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To identify a Flash Code number, count the
number of consecutive flashes.
Every time the module powers up, the last ALERT
Flash Code that occurred prior to shut down is
displayed for one minute.Heat Recovery Package
5. Once drained the tank should be flushed with
cold water until the water leaving the drain
hose is clear and free of sediment.
6. Close all valves and remove the drain hose.
7. Install HR water piping.
HEAT RECOVERY PACKAGE
Concentric water fitting (p/n 520-105) is
recommended.
Water Tank Preparation
1. Turn off electrical or fuel supply to the water
heater.
2. Attach garden hose to water tank drain
connection and run other end of hose out
doors or to an open drain.
3. Close cold water inlet valve to water heater
tank.
4. Drain tank by opening drain valve on the
bottom of the tank, then open pressure relief
valve or hot water faucet.
Hot
Water
Supply
HR Water Piping
All hot water piping MUST be a minimum of 3/8t
O.D. copper tube to a maximum distance of fifteen
(15) feet. For distances beyond fifteen feet but not
exceeding sixty (60) feet use 1/2” copper tube.
Separately insulate all exposed surface of both
connecting water lines with 3/8” wall closed cell
insulation. Install isolation valves on supply and
return to the heat recovery. (Figure #9)
Cold
Water
Supply
T/P Valve
Water Out
Retrun from HRP
Isolation Valves
Drain Valve
(Optional)
Tank Drain Valve
Water In
Supply to HRP
NOTE: Diagram for illustration purposes only.
Ensure access to Heat Pump is not restricted.
Concentric Fitting
Part #520105
Figure # 9
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Water Tank Refill
Initial Start-Up
1. Open the cold water supply to the tank.
2. Open a hot water faucet to vent air from the
system until water flows from the faucet, then
close.
3. Depress the hot water tank pressure relief
valve handle to ensure there is no air remaining
in the tank.
4. Carefully inspect all plumbing for water leaks.
Correct as required.
5. Purge all air from HR by depressing the
schrader valve on the HR Unit. Allow all air to
bleed out until water appears at the valve.
All piping from HRP to domestic water tank
must be copper or any metal of stronger
alloy.
Make sure all valves in heat recovery water
piping system are open. NEVER OPERATE
HR PUMP DRY.
1. Turn on the heat pump. The HR pump should
not run if the compressor is not running.
2. Turn HR switch to the “ON” position. The pump
will operate if entering water temperature to
HR is below 120° F.
3. The temperature difference between the water
entering and leaving the heat recovery should
be 5° to 15° F.
4. Allow the unit to operate for 20 to 30 minutes
to ensure it is functioning properly. The pump
should shut off when the water temperature
entering the heat recovery reaches 120°F.
6. Before restoring the power or fuel supply to
the water heater, adjust the temperature
setting on the tank thermostat(s) to ensure
maximum utilization of the heat available from
the refrigeration system and conserve the most
energy. On tanks with both upper and lower
elements and thermostats, the lower element
should be turned down to 100° F, while the
upper element should be adjusted to 120° F.
Depending upon the specific needs of the
customer, you may need to adjust the upper
element differently. On tanks with a single
thermostat lower the thermostat setting to
120° F or the “LOW” position. After thermostat
adjustments are completed, replace access
cover and restore electrical or fuel supply to
water heater.
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SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
Heating Mode
Cooling Mode
The first two stages of heating (Y1 & Y2) operate in
the same manner as cooling, but with the reversing
valve de-energized. On a call for auxiliary heat
(W1), the fan ramps up to auxiliary heat air flow
immediately and the electric heater package is
energized along with the compressor.
Energizing the “O” terminal energizes the unit
reversing valve thus placing the unit into cooling
mode. The fan motor starts when the “G” terminal
is energized.
The fan motor will take 30 seconds to ramp up
to operating speed and will run at fan only rated
air flow as long as there is no call for compressor
or heater operation.
When the thermostat calls for first stage cooling
(Y1) the loop pump or solenoid valve if present is
energized and the first stage of compressor
capacity starts. The fan ramps up to first stage
cooling air flow in 30 seconds.
Some options will have a built in delay, and
hence, compressor operation is not immediate.
See ‘Options’ sections for more detail.
When the thermostat calls for second stage
cooling (Y2) the second stage (or full compressor
capacity) is initiated. The fan ramps up to full
cooling air flow.
Once the thermostat is satisfied, the compressor
shuts down and the fan ramps down to either fan
only mode or off over a span of 30 seconds.
As the thermostat is satisfied, the heaters will shut
off as soon as W1 is de-energized, and the
compressors will remain on until the thermostat
stages are satisfied.
If the unit compressor locks out for any reason
at this time, the electric heaters will continue to
function normally.
Once the thermostat is satisfied, the compressor
shuts down and the fan ramps down either fan only
mode or off over a span of 30 seconds. If
thermostat has two different output points one for
Auxiliary heat and a different one for Emergency
heat the two outputs must be terminated on W1
units equipped with one stage of Electric heat.
(Figure #10)
When using a 2-cool, 3-heat thermostat both the
W1 & W2 on the Heat Pump and W2 & EM on
the thermostat must be connected together via
a jumper. (See Figure#107)
Note that a fault condition initiating a lockout will
de-energize the compressor irrespective of
which stage is engaged.
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SM CS Series Heat Pump
UPM Sequence of Operation (SOO) Flow Chart
Y1=1
NO
YES
Power/Switchs/Sensor
Status Check
V > 18VAC
NO
Lockout Can Be Set To
4 Via Dip Switch
YES
HPC = 1
Blink Code On Status LED
Soft Lockout
Record Alarm
Start Counter (If Applicable)
NO
COUNT = 2
YES
NO
YES
YES
LPC = 1
Start Timer
NO
NO
YES
FRZ > TEMP
LIM
NO
Start Timer
TIME > 30
SEC
YES
CC Output = Off
NO
YES
CON > 0
TIME > 120
SEC
Blink Code On Status LED
Report Alarm Fault
Hard Lockout
ALR Output = On/Pulse
NO
YES
INITIAL NO
POWER UP
YES
Start
Anti Short Cycle
Start
Random Start Up
NO
T > ASC OR
RS SEC
YES
CC Output = On
LEGEND:
HPC - HIGH PRESSURE CUTOUT
LPC - LOW PRESSURE CUTOUT
FRZ - FREEZE PROTECTION CONDITION
CON - CONDENSATE OVERFLOW CONDITION
CC - COMPRESSOR COIL
ASC - ANTI SHORT CYCLE
RS - RANDDOM START
Figure # 10
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SM CS Series Heat
Application Considerations | 15
APPLICATION CONSIDERATIONS
pressure must always be maintained in the heat
exchanger. This can be accomplished with either
control valve or a bladder type expansion tank.
When using a single water well to supply both
domestic water and the heat pump care must be
taken to insure that the well can provide sufficient
flow for both. In well water applications a slow
closing solenoid valve must be used to prevent
water hammer. Solenoid valves should be
connected across Y1 and C1 on the interface board
for all. Make sure that the VA draw of the valve
does not exceed the contact rating of the
thermostat. (Figure #11)
Well Water Systems
Copper is adequate for ground water that is not
high in mineral content. Should your well driller
express concern regarding the quality of the well
water available or should any known hazards exist
in your area, we recommend proper testing to
assure the well water quality is suitable for use
with water source equipment. In conditions
anticipating moderate scale formation or in
brackish water a cupro-nickel heat exchanger is
recommended. In well water applications water
1
13
12
2
11
6
10
3
5
9
7
4
8
Typical Installation shown for
illustration purposes only.
Figure # 11 Example System Set-up
[1] Flex Duct Connection
[2] Low Voltage Control Connection
[3] Vibration Pad
[4] Ball Valves
[5] Solenoid Valve Slow Closing
[6] Condensate Drain Connection
[7] Drain Valves
[8] Hose Kits (optional)
[9] Pressure Tank (optional)
[10] P/T Ports (optional)
[11] Line Voltage Connection
[12] Electric Heater Line Voltage Disconnect
[13] Unit Line Voltage Disconnect
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SM CS Series Heat Pump
Cooling Tower/Boiler Systems
Consult the specification sheets for piping sizes.
The cooling tower and boiler water loop
temperature is usually maintained between 50° F
to 100 ° F to assure adequate cooling and heating
performance.
Do not overtighten the connections. Flexible
hoses should be used between the unit and the
rigid system to avoid possible vibration
In the cooling mode, heat is rejected from the unit
into the water loop. A cooling tower provides
evaporative cooling to the loop water thus
maintaining a constant supply temperature to the
unit. When utilizing open cooling towers, chemical
water treatment is mandatory to ensure the water
is free from corrosive elements. A secondary heat
exchanger (plate frame) between the unit and the
open cooling tower may also be used.
Ball valves should be installed in the supply and
return lines for unit isolation and unit water flow
balancing. Pressure/temperature ports are
recommended in both supply and return lines for
system flow balancing. Water flow can be
accurately set by measuring the water-torefrigerant heat exchangers water side pressure
drop. See specification sheets for water flow vs.
pressure drop information.
It is imperative that all air be eliminated from the
closed loop side of the heat exchanger to insure
against fouling. In the heating mode, heat is
absorbed from the water loop. A boiler can be
utilized to maintain the loop at the desired
temperature.
No unit should be connected to the supply or
return piping until the water system has been
completely cleaned and flushed to remove any dirt,
piping chips or other foreign material. Supply and
return hoses should be connected together during
this process to ensure the entire system is
properly flushed. After the cleaning and flushing
has taken place the unit may be connected to the
water loop and should have all valves wide open.
(Figure #12)
Water piping exposed to extreme low
ambient temperatures is subject to
freezing.
Teflon tape sealer should be used when
connecting to the unit to insure against leaks
and possible heat exchanger fouling.
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SM CS Series Heat
Application Considerations | 17
Diagram shows typical
installation and is for
illustration purposes only.
Ensure access to Heat
Pump is not restricted.
Figure # 12
[1] Line voltage disconnect (unit)
[2] Low voltage control connection
[3] P/T ports (optional)
[4] Hose kits (optional)
[5] Ball valves
[6] Supply and return line of central system
[7] Flex duct connection
[8] Hanging bracket assembly
[9] Threaded rod
[10] Hanging bracket assembly
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SM CS Series Heat Pump
Geothermal Systems
Closed loop and pond applications require
specialized design knowledge. No attempt at these
installations should be made unless the dealer has
received specialized training. Utilizing the Ground
Loop Pumping Package (GLP), makes the
installation easy. Anti-freeze solutions are utilized
when low evaporating conditions are expected to
occur. Refer to the GLP installation manuals for
more specific instructions. (Figure #13)
Diagram shows typical
installation and is for
illustration purposes
only. Ensure access to
Heat Pump is not
restricted.
Figure # 13
[1] Line voltage disconnect (unit)
[2] Flex duct Connection
[3] Low voltage control connection
[4] Line voltage connection (unit)
[5] P/T ports
[6] Vibration pad
[7] Condensate drain connection
[8] Ground loop connection kit
[9] Ground loop pumping package
[10] Polyethylene with insulation
[11] Line voltage disconnect (electric heater)
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System Checkout | 19
SYSTEM CHECKOUT
UNIT START-UP
After completing the installation, and before
energizing the unit, the following system checks
should be made:
1. Verify that the supply voltage to the heat pump
is in accordance with the nameplate ratings.
2. Make sure that all electrical connections are
tight and secure.
3. Check the electrical fusing and wiring for the
correct size.
1. Set the thermostat to the highest setting.
2. Set the thermostat system switch to “COOL”,
and the fan switch to the “AUTO” position. The
reversing valve solenoid should energize. The
compressor and fan should not run.
3. Reduce the thermostat setting approximately 5
degrees below the room temperature.
4. Verify the heat pump is operating in the cooling
mode.
5. Turn the thermostat system switch to the
“OFF” position. The unit should stop running
and the reversing valve should de energize.
6. Leave the unit off for approximately (5)
minutes to allow for system equalization.
7. Turn the thermostat to the lowest setting.
8. Set the thermostat switch to “HEAT”.
9. Increase the thermostat setting approximately
5 degrees above the room temperature.
10. Verify the heat pump is operating in the heating
mode.
11. Set the thermostat to maintain the desired
space temperature.
12. Check for vibrations, leaks, etc.
Ensure cabinet and Electrical Box are
properly grounded.
4. Verify that the low voltage wiring between the
thermostat and the unit is correct.
5. Verify that the water piping is complete and
correct.
6. Check that the water flow is correct, and
adjust if necessary.
7. Check the blower for free rotation, and that it
is secured to the shaft.
8. Verify that vibration isolation has been
provided.
9. Unit is serviceable. Be certain that all access
panels are secured in place.
Considerations:
• Always check incoming line voltage power
supply and secondary control voltage for
adequacy. Transformer primaries are dual
tapped for 208 and 230 volts. Connect the
appropriate tap to ensure a minimum of 18
volts secondary control voltage. 24 volts is
ideal for best operation.
• Long length thermostat and control wiring
leads may create voltage drop. Increase wire
gauge or up-size transformers may be required
to insure minimum secondary voltage supply.
• FHP recommends the following guidelines for
wiring between a thermostat and the unit: 18
GA up to 60 foot, 16 GA up to 100 ft and 14 GA
up to 140 ft.
• Do not apply additional controlled devices to
the control circuit power supply without
consulting the factory. Doing so may void
equipment warranties.
• Check with all code authorities on
requirements involving condensate disposal/
over flow protection criteria.
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SM CS Series Heat Pump
MAINTENANCE
2. An annual “checkup” is recommended by a
licensed refrigeration mechanic. Recording the
performance measurements of volts, amps,
and water temperature differences (both
heating and cooling) is recommended. This
data should be compared to the information on
the unit’s data plate and the data taken at the
original startup of the equipment.
3. Lubrication of the blower motor is not
required, however may be performed on some
motors to extend motor life. Use SAE-20 nondetergent electric motor oil.
4. The condensate drain should be checked
annually by cleaning and flushing to insure
proper drainage.
1. Filter changes or cleanings are required at
regular intervals. The time period between
filter changes will depend upon type of
environment the equipment is used in. In a
single family home, that is not under
construction, changing or cleaning the filter
every 60 days is sufficient. In other
applications such as motels, where daily
vacuuming produces a large amount of lint,
filter changes may need to be as frequent as
biweekly.
Equipment should never be used during
construction due to likelihood of wall board
dust accumulation in the air coil of the
equipment which permanently affects the
performance and may shorten the life of the
equipment.
Figure 14: Refrigerant Charge, Line Sizing and Capacity Multiplier Chart
SYSTEM
MODEL
Refrigerant Line O.D. Size (Based on Equivalent Line Length)
Factory
R410A
Charge
(Oz)*
25 FT.
35 FT.
45 FT.
50 FT.
Suct. Line
Riser Max.
75 FT
LIQ.
SUC.
LIQ.
SUC.
LIQ.
SUC.
LIQ.
SUC.
LIQ.
SUC.
SM024
80
3/8
3/4
3/8
3/4
3/8
3/4
3/8
3/4
3/8
7/8
3/4
SM036
86
3/8
3/4
3/8
3/4
3/8
3/4
3/8
7/8
3/8
7/8
3/4
SM048
93
3/8
7/8
3/8
7/8
3/8
7/8
3/8
7/8
3/8
7/8
7/8
SM060
115
3/8
1-1/8
3/8
1-1/8
3/8
1-1/8
3/8
1-1/8
3/8
1-1/8
7/8
SM070
127
3/8
1-1/8
3/8
1-1/8
3/8
1-1/8
3/8
1-1/8
3/8
1-1/8
7/8
CAPACITY MULTIPLIER
1.00
.995
Example 1:
Model SM036 with 45ft of equivalent length of 3/8” O.D Liquid
Line. Total system charge= Factory charge + (45ft - 25 ft) x .60
oz/ft Total System Charge = 93 oz + (20ft x .60 oz/ft) = 105 oz.
Additional 12 oz of R410A refrigerant required.
0.990
0.990
0.980
Example 2:
Model SM060 with 10ft of equivalent length of 3/8” O.D
Liquid Line. Total system charge= Factory charge + (25ft 10ft) x .60 oz/ft Total System Charge = 150 oz + (15ft x .60
oz/ft) = 141 oz. Additional 12 oz of R410A refrigerant
required.
Figure 15: Liquid Line Charge Per Linear Foot
Liquid Line Size, O.D.
R410A oz per foot
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5/16
3/8
1/2
5/8
.25
.44
.60
1.15
1.95
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SM CS Series Heat
Unit Check-Out Sheet | 21
UNIT CHECK-OUT SHEET
Customer Data
Customer Name _____________________________________________
Address ______________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________
Phone _______________________________________________________
Date ___________________________________
Unit Number ___________________________
Unit Nameplate Data
Unit Make _________________________________________
Model Number ____________________________________
Serial Number ____________________________________
Refrigerant Charge (oz) __________________________
Compressor: RLA ____________________
LRA ___________________________
Blower Motor: FLA (or NPA) ___________
HP ____________________________
Maximum Fuse Size (Amps) ____________
Maximum Circuit Ampacity _____________
Operating Conditions
Entering / Leaving Air Temp
Cooling Mode
_______________ / _____________
Heating Mode
_______________ / _____________
Entering Air Measured at:
______________________________
______________________________
Leaving Air Measured at:
______________________________
______________________________
Entering / Leaving Fluid Temp
_______________ / _____________
_______________ / _____________
Fluid Flow (gpm)
______________________________
______________________________
Compressor Volts / Amps
_______________ / _____________
_______________ / _____________
Blower Motor Volts / Amps
_______________ / _____________
_______________ / _____________
Source Fluid Type
______________________________
______________________________
Fluid Flow (gpm)*
______________________________
______________________________
Fluid Side Pressure Drop*
______________________________
______________________________
Suction / Discharge Pressure (psig)*
Suction / Discharge Temp*
Suction Superheat*
Entering TXV / Cap Tube Temp*
_______________ / _____________
_______________ / _____________
_______________ / _____________
______________________________
______________________________
______________________________
_______________ / _____________
______________________________
______________________________
______________________________
Liquid Subcooling*
* Required for Troubleshooting ONLY
Auxiliary Heat
Unit Make __________________________________
Model Number: ______________________________
Max Fuse Size (Amps) _______________________
Serial Number _____________________________
Volts / Amps _______________________________
Entering Air Temperature _____________________
Leaving Air Temperature ______________________
MAIL TO: Bosch.Fhp.TechSupport@us.bosch.com
or scan the QR code and attach picture of this form with
Bosch Group
601 NW 65th Court
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
Phone: (866) 642-3198
Fax: (800) 776-5529
the information requested.
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SM CS Series Heat Pump
TROUBLESHOOTING
Troubleshooting Information Solution
column may reflect a possible fault that
may be one of, or a combination of
causes and solutions. Check each cause
and adopt "process of elimination" and
or verification of each before making
any conclusion.
Unit Troubleshooting
Problem
ENTIRE UNIT
DOES NOT RUN
UNIT OFF ON
HIGH PRESSURE
CONTROL
UNIT OFF ON LOW
PRESSURE
CONTROL
UNIT SHORT
CYCLES
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Possible Cause
Checks and Correction
Power Supply Off
Apply power, close disconnect
Blown Fuse
Replace fuse or reset circuit breaker. Check for correct fuses
Voltage Supply
Low
If voltage is below minimum voltage specified on unit data plate,
contact local power company.
Thermostat
Set the fan to “ON”, the fan should run. Set thermostat to “COOL” and
lowest temperature setting, the unit should run in the cooling mode
(reversing valve energized). Set unit to “HEAT” and the highest
temperature setting, the unit should run in the heating mode. If neither
the blower or compressor run in all three cases, the thermostat could
be miswired or faulty. To ensure miswired or faulty thermostat verify 24
volts is available on the condensing section low voltage terminal strip
between “R” and “C”, “Y” and “C”, and “O” and “C”. If the blower does
not operate, verify 24 volts between terminals “G” and “C” in the air
handler. Replace the thermostat if defective.
Discharge
pressure too high
In “COOLING” mode: Lack of or inadequate water flow. Entering water
temperature is too warm. Scaled or plugged condenser. In “HEATING”
mode: Lack of or inadequate air flow. Blower inoperative, clogged filter
or restrictions in duct work
Refrigerant
charge
The unit is overcharged with refrigerant. Reclaim refrigerant, evacuate
and recharge with factor recommended charge.
High pressure
Check for defective or improperly calibrated high pressure switch.
Suction pressure
too low
In “COOLING” mode: Lack of or inadequate air flow. Entering air
temperature is too cold. Blower inoperative, clogged filter or
restrictions in duct work. In “HEATING” mode: Lack of or inadequate
water flow. Entering water temperature is too cold. Scaled or plugged
condenser.
Refrigerant
charge
The unit is low on refrigerant. Check for refrigerant leak, repair,
evacuate and recharge with factory recommended charge.
Low pressure
switch
Check for defective or improperly calibrated low pressure switch.
Unit oversized
Recalculate heating and or cooling loads.
Thermostat
Thermostat installed near a supply air grill; relocate thermostat.
Readjust heat anticipator.
Wiring and
controls
Check for defective or improperly calibrated low pressure switch.
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SM CS Series Heat
Troubleshooting | 23
Unit Troubleshooting
Problem
INSUFFICIENT
COOLING OR
HEATING
Possible Cause
Checks and Correction
Unit undersized
Recalculate heating and or cooling loads. If excessive, possibly adding
insulation and shading will rectify the problem
Loss of
conditioned air by
leakage
Check for leaks in duct work or introduction of ambient air through
doors or windows
Airflow
Lack of adequate air flow or improper distribution of air. Replace dirty
filter
Refrigerant
charge
Low on refrigerant charge causing inefficient operation
Compressor
Check for defective compressor. If discharge is too low and suction
pressure is too high, compressor is not pumping properly. Replace
compressor.
Reversing Valve
Defective reversing valve creating bypass of refrigerant from discharge
of suction side of compressor. Replace reversing valve
Operating
pressures
Compare unit operation pressures to the pressure/temperature chart
for the unit.
TXV
Check TXV for possible restriction or defect. Replace if necessary.
Moisture,
noncondensables
The refrigerant system may be contaminated with moisture or
noncondensables. Reclaim refrigerant, replace filter dryer, evacuate the
refrigerant system, and recharge with factory recommended charge.
Compressor Ohms
UPM Board LED Indications
Model
Start Winding
Run Winding
SM024
1.64
1.3
SM036
1.52
0.88
SM048
1.86
0.52
SM060
1.63
0.39
SM070
1.85
0.34
Tolerance +/- 7%. All resistance values must be
measured with compressor at room temperature.
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Indication
Color
Blinks
Description
GREEN
Solid
18-30 VAC Power is present
RED
1
High pressure lockout
RED
2
Low pressure lockout
RED
3
Freeze sensor lockout
RED
4
Condensate overflow
RED
5
Brownout
RED
6
Evaporator Freeze condition
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SM CS Series Heat Pump
Comfort Alert Module -Flash Codes
Status LED
Status LED
Description
Status LED Troubleshooting Information Solution
YELLOW "ALERT"
FLASH CODE 3
Short Cycling
Compressor is
running only briefly
1. Thermostat demand signal is intermittent
2. Time delay relay or control board defective
3. If high pressure switch present go to Flash Code 2
information
4. If low pressure switch present go to Flash Code 1
information
YELLOW "ALERT"
FLASH CODE 4
Locked Rotor
1. Run capacitor has failed (may not be bad, verify)
2. Low line voltage (contact utility if voltage at disconnect
is low)
• Check wiring connections
3. Excessive liquid refrigerant in compressor
4. Compressor bearings are seized
• Measure compressor oil level
YELLOW "ALERT”
FLASH CODE 5
Open Circuit
1. Outdoor unit power disconnect is open
2. Compressor circuit breaker or fuse(s) is open
3. Compressor contactor has failed open
• Check compressor contactor wiring and connectors
• Check for compressor contactor failure (burned,
pitted or open)
• Check wiring and connectors between supply and
compressor
• Check for low pilot voltage at compressor contactor
coil
4. High pressure switch is open and requires manual reset
5. Open circuit in compressor supply wiring or
connections
6. Unusually long compressor protector reset time due to
extreme ambient temperature
7. Compressor windings are damaged
• Check compressor motor winding resistance
YELLOW "ALERT”
FLASH CODE 6
Open Start Circuit
Current only in run
circuit
1. Run capacitor has failed (may not be bad, verify)
2. Open circuit in compressor start wiring or connections
• Check wiring and connectors between supply and
the compressor "S'" terminal
3. Compressor start winding is damaged
• Check compressor motor winding resistance
YELLOW "ALERT”
FLASH CODE 7
Open Run Circuit
Current only in start
circuit
1. Open circuit in compressor run wiring or connections
• Check wiring and connectors between supply and
the compressor "R” terminal
2. Compressor run winding is damaged
• Check compressor motor winding resistance
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Troubleshooting | 25
Comfort Alert Module -Flash Codes
Status LED
Status LED
Description
Status LED Troubleshooting Information Solution
YELLOW "ALERT"
FLASH CODE 8
Welded Contactor
Compressor always
runs
1. Compressor contactor has failed closed
2. Thermostat demand signal not connected to module
YELLOW "ALERT"
FLASH CODE 9
Low Voltage
Control circuit <
17VAC
1. Control circuit transformer is overloaded
2. Low line voltage (contact utility if voltage at disconnect
is low)
• Check wiring connections Flash Code number
corresponds to a number of LED flashes, followed
by a pause and then repeated. TRIP and ALERT LEDs
flashing at same time means control circuit voltage
is too low for operation
HRP Troubleshooting
Problem
NO FLOW
LOW FLOW
Possible Cause
Checks and Corrections
No Power
Check power supply
On/Off Switch Position
Set switch to “ON” position
Compressor Contactor
Engage heat pump contactor
Broken or loose wires
Repair or tighten wires
Air Lock
Purge air from piping system
Stuck pump shaft/impeller
Remove pump cartridge and clean
Defective pump
Replace pump
Kinked or under sized water piping
Repair kink and check for proper line size
HIGH WATER
TEMPERATURE
Water temp limit closed
Stuck limit switch
Sensor not attached securely to line
LOW HEAT OUTPUT
Scaled or fouled heat exchanger
Clean heat exchanger
Unit Lockouts
Periodic lockouts almost always are caused by air
or water flow problems. The lockout (shutdown) of
the unit is a normal protective measure in the
design of the equipment. If continual lockouts
occur call a mechanic immediately and have them
check for: water flow problems, water
temperature problems, air flow problems or air
temperature problems. Use of the pressure and
temperature charts for the unit may be required to
properly determine the cause.
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SM CS Series Heat Pump
OPERATING TEMPERATURES AND
PRESSURES
Operating Temperatures and Pressures
COOLING
Model
Entering
Water
Temp. F
30°
40°
50°
SM024
Part
Load
60°
70°
80°
90°
100°
30°
40°
50°
SM024
Full
Load
60°
70°
80°
90°
100°
Wat
er
Flow
Suction
Pressure
PSIG
Discharge
Pressure
PSIG
HEATING
Water
Temp
Rise °F
Air
Temp
Drop °F
Suction
Pressure
PSIG
Discharge
Pressure
PSIG
Water
Temp
Drop
Air
Temp
Rise °F
4
75-91
264-322
5-6
15-17
8
79-96
270-331
3-4
16-18
4
88-107
277-339
6-7
17-20
8
115-140
175-214
8-9
19-23
92-112
284-348
4-5
18-21
4
129-157
218-267
14-17
18-20
98-122
291-356
7-8
20-23
8
124-151
204-250
8-9
19-22
110-130
298-364
5-6
21-24
4
134-163
249-305
13-16
17-20
112-136
304-372
8-10
22-26
8
128-156
233-287
8-9
18-21
117-143
312-381
6-7
23-28
4
138-168
281-341
13-16
17-19
124-152
318-389
9-11
24-29
8
133-161
263-323
7-9
18-21
131-159
325-398
6-8
26-31
4
143-174
317-388
13-16
16-19
136-166
331-405
11-13
27-32
8
137-167
297-366
7-9
17-20
143-174
339-415
7-9
28-33
4
147-179
357-437
13-16
16-18
149-181
345-422
12-14
29-35
8
141-172
335-411
7-9
17-20
156-190
352-432
8-10
31-37
4
151-185
402-492
13-15
15-18
8
146-177
378-459
7-9
16-19
4
76-92
242-297
3-4
13-14
8
80-97
249-304
2-3
13-15
89-108
255-312
4-5
15-17
4
125-151
180-221
14-18
19-22
8
120-146
4
134-163
169-207
8-10
20-23
93-113
261-320
3-3
16-18
211-258
14-18
18-21
106-118
267-327
5-6
8
17-19
129-157
198-242
8-10
19-23
110-126
274-335
3-4
18-21
4
139-169
241-295
14-17
18-21
113-138
280-342
6-7
19-22
8
134-163
227-278
8-10
19-22
119-145
287-351
4-5
20-23
4
144-175
272-333
14-17
17-20
126-155
292-358
7-8
21-24
8
138-168
255-313
8-10
18-21
133-162
300-367
5-6
22-26
4
148-181
307-375
14-17
17-19
138-168
305-373
8-9
23-27
8
143-174
288-353
8-10
18-21
145-177
312-382
5-6
24-29
4
153-186
346-423
14-17
16-19
151-184
317-388
8-10
25-29
8
147-179
325-398
8-9
17-20
158-193
325-398
6-7
26-31
4
158-191
389-477
13-16
16-18
8
152-185
366-448
8-9
17-20
This chart shows approximate temperatures and pressures for a unit in good repair. The values shown are meant as
a guide only and should not be used to estimate system charge. This chart assumes rated air flow and 80º d.b./67º
w.b. entering air temperature in cooling, 70º d.b. entering air temperature in heating. Heating data at entering fluid
temperatures below 50º assumes the use of antifreeze. As a result of continuing research and development,
specifications are subject to change without notice.
8 733 920 846 (2014/01)
Subject to change without prior notice
SM CS Series Heat Pump
SM CS Series Heat
Operating Temperatures and Pressures | 27
Operating Temperatures and Pressures
COOLING
HEATING
4.5
30°
40°
50°
SM036
Part
Load
60°
70°
80°
90°
100°
9.0
40°
50°
SM036
Full
Load
60°
70°
80°
90°
100°
266-325
5-6
15-18
77-94
272-333
3-4
16-19
4.5
117-143
189-231
14-17
18-22
86-105
279-341
6-7
17-21
9.0
112-137
178-217
8-9
19-24
90-110
286-350
4-5
18-22
4.5
126-154
221-270
14-17
18-21
105-125
293-358
7-8
20-24
9.0
121-148
207-253
8-9
19-23
109-130
300-366
5-6
21-25
4.5
131-160
252-308
13-16
17-21
110-134
306-374
8-10
22-27
9.0
125-153
237-290
8-9
18-22
115-141
314-383
6-7
23-29
4.5
135-165
284-347
13-16
17-20
122-150
320-391
9-11
24-30
9.0
130-158
266-326
7-9
18-22
129-157
327-400
6-8
26-32
4.5
140-171
320-391
13-16
16-20
134-164
333-407
11-13
27-33
9.0
134-164
300-367
7-9
17-21
141-172
341-417
7-9
28-35
4.5
144-176
360-440
13-16
16-19
147-179
347-424
12-14
29-36
9.0
138-169
338-414
7-9
17-21
154-188
355-434
8-10
31-38
4.5
149-182
405-495
13-15
15-19
9.0
143-174
381-465
7-9
16-20
74-90
244-299
3-4
13-15
4.5
30°
73-89
9.0
78-95
251-306
2-3
13-16
4.5
122-149
183-224
14-18
19-23
87-106
257-314
4-5
15-18
9.0
117-143
172-210
8-10
20-24
91-111
263-322
3-3
16-19
4.5
131-160
214-261
14-18
18-22
95-105
269-329
5-6
17-20
9.0
126-154
201-245
8-10
19-24
100-125
276-337
3-4
18-22
4.5
136-166
244-298
14-17
18-22
111-136
282-344
6-7
19-23
9.0
131-160
230-281
8-10
19-23
117-143
289-353
4-5
20-24
4.5
141-172
275-336
14-17
17-21
124-152
294-360
7-8
21-25
9.0
135-165
258-316
8-10
18-22
131-160
302-369
5-6
22-27
4.5
145-178
310-378
14-17
17-20
136-166
307-375
8-9
23-28
9.0
140-171
291-356
8-10
18-22
143-175
314-384
5-6
24-30
4.5
150-183
349-426
14-17
16-20
149-182
319-390
8-10
25-30
9.0
144-176
328-401
8-9
17-21
156-191
327-400
6-7
26-32
4.5
155-189
392-480
13-16
16-19
9.0
149-182
369-451
8-9
17-21
This chart shows approximate temperatures and pressures for a unit in good repair. The values shown are meant as
a guide only and should not be used to estimate system charge. This chart assumes rated air flow and 80º d.b./67º
w.b. entering air temperature in cooling, 70º d.b. entering air temperature in heating. Heating data at entering fluid
temperatures below 50º assumes the use of antifreeze. As a result of continuing research and development,
specifications are subject to change without notice.
Revised 01-14
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28 | Operating Temperatures and Pressures
SM CS Series Heat Pump
Operating Temperatures and Pressures
COOLING
HEATING
6.0
30°
40°
50°
SM048
Part
Load
60°
70°
80°
90°
100°
12.0
40°
50°
SM048
Full
Load
60°
70°
80°
90°
100°
248-303
5-6
15-18
67-82
254-311
3-4
16-19
6.0
109-134
183-224
18-22
19-23
75-91
261-319
6-8
17-21
12.0
105-128
172-210
10-12
20-25
79-96
267-327
4-5
18-23
6.0
118-144
214-261
18-22
19-23
78-90
273-334
8-10
20-24
12.0
113-138
201-245
10-12
20-24
82-95
280-342
5-7
21-26
6.0
122-149
244-298
17-21
18-22
96-117
286-349
9-11
22-27
12.0
117-143
230-281
10-12
19-24
101-123
293-358
6-8
24-29
6.0
126-154
275-336
17-21
18-22
107-131
299-365
11-13
25-30
12.0
121-148
258-316
10-12
19-23
113-138
306-374
7-9
26-32
6.0
130-159
310-378
17-21
17-21
117-143
311-380
12-15
27-33
12.0
132-153
291-356
10-12
18-22
123-151
319-390
8-10
29-35
6.0
134-164
349-426
17-20
17-20
128-157
324-396
13-16
29-36
12.0
129-158
328-401
9-12
18-22
135-165
332-406
9-11
31-38
6.0
139-170
392-480
16-20
16-20
12.0
133-163
369-451
9-11
17-21
71-87
277-339
6-7
15-19
6.0
30°
64-78
12.0
75-92
284-347
4-5
16-20
6.0
118-144
194-237
21-25
19-23
84-102
291-356
7-9
18-22
12.0
113-138
182-223
12-14
20-24
88-108
299-365
5-6
19-23
6.0
127-155
226-276
21-25
18-22
92-110
305-373
9-11
20-25
12.0
122-149
213-260
12-14
19-24
98-120
313-383
6-7
21-26
6.0
131-160
259-316
21-25
18-22
108-132
320-391
10-13
23-28
12.0
126-154
243-297
12-14
19-23
113-138
328-400
7-9
24-29
6.0
136-166
291-355
20-25
17-21
120-147
334-408
12-15
25-31
12.0
130-159
273-334
12-14
18-22
126-154
342-418
8-10
27-32
6.0
140-171
328-401
20-24
17-20
131-161
348-425
14-17
27-34
12.0
135-165
308-377
11-14
18-22
138-169
356-436
9-11
29-36
6.0
145-177
369-451
20-24
16-20
144-176
362-442
15-18
30-37
12.0
139-170
347-424
11-14
17-21
151-185
371-453
10-12
32-39
6.0
149-183
415-508
19-24
16-19
12.0
143-175
391-477
11-14
17-21
This chart shows approximate temperatures and pressures for a unit in good repair. The values shown are meant as
a guide only and should not be used to estimate system charge. This chart assumes rated air flow and 80º d.b./67º
w.b. entering air temperature in cooling, 70º d.b. entering air temperature in heating. Heating data at entering fluid
temperatures below 50º assumes the use of antifreeze. As a result of continuing research and development,
specifications are subject to change without notice.
8 733 920 846 (2014/01)
Subject to change without prior notice
SM CS Series Heat Pump
SM CS Series Heat
Operating Temperatures and Pressures | 29
Operating Temperatures and Pressures
COOLING
HEATING
7.0
30°
40°
50°
SM060
Part
Load
60°
70°
80°
90°
100°
14.0
40°
50°
SM060
Full
Load
60°
70°
80°
90°
100°
256-313
5-7
19-23
73-89
261-319
4-5
20-25
7.0
113-138
172-210
18-22
19-23
81-99
277-339
7-8
22-26
14.0
110-134
161-196
12-14
20-24
86-105
283-346
5-6
23-28
7.0
116-142
206-252
17-21
19-23
93-114
299-365
8-9
24-29
14.0
112-137
193-236
12-14
19-24
99-121
305-373
6-7
25-31
7.0
118-145
241-294
17-21
18-23
106-129
321-392
9-11
26-32
14.0
115-140
225-275
11-14
19-23
113-138
327-400
7-8
28-34
7.0
121-148
275-336
17-21
18-22
118-145
342-418
10-12
29-35
14.0
117-143
257-314
11-14
19-23
126-154
349-427
8-9
30-37
7.0
123-151
309-378
16-20
18-22
131-160
364-444
11-14
31-38
14.0
120-146
289-353
11-13
19-23
139-170
371-454
8-10
33-40
7.0
126-154
344-420
16-20
18-22
143-175
385-471
12-15
33-41
14.0
122-149
321-392
11-13
18-22
152-186
393-480
9-11
35-43
7.0
128-157
378-462
16-19
17-21
14.0
125-152
353-432
11-13
18-22
68-84
256-313
5-7
19-23
7.0
30°
68-84
14.0
73-89
261-319
4-5
20-25
7.0
117-143
182-222
15-19
21-26
81-99
277-339
7-8
22-26
14.0
114-139
170-208
11-14
22-27
86-105
283-346
5-6
23-28
7.0
120-147
215-263
15-18
20-25
93-114
299-365
8-9
24-29
14.0
117-143
201-246
11-14
21-26
99-121
305-373
6-7
25-31
7.0
123-150
248-304
14-17
20-24
106-129
321-392
9-11
26-32
14.0
119-146
232-284
11-13
21-25
113-138
327-400
7-8
28-34
7.0
126-154
282-344
14-17
19-24
118-145
342-418
10-12
29-35
14.0
122-149
263-322
10-13
20-25
126-154
349-427
8-9
30-37
7.0
129-157
315-385
13-16
19-23
131-160
364-444
11-14
31-38
14.0
125-153
294-360
10-12
19-24
139-170
371-454
8-10
33-40
7.0
132-161
348-426
13-16
18-22
143-175
385-471
12-15
33-41
14.0
128-156
326-398
10-12
19-23
152-186
393-480
9-11
35-43
7.0
134-164
382-466
12-15
17-21
14.0
131-160
357-436
9-11
18-22
This chart shows approximate temperatures and pressures for a unit in good repair. The values shown are meant as
a guide only and should not be used to estimate system charge. This chart assumes rated air flow and 80º d.b./67º
w.b. entering air temperature in cooling, 70º d.b. entering air temperature in heating. Heating data at entering fluid
temperatures below 50º assumes the use of antifreeze. As a result of continuing research and development,
specifications are subject to change without notice.
Revised 01-14
8 733 920 846 (2014/01)
30 | Operating Temperatures and Pressures
SM CS Series Heat Pump
Operating Temperatures and Pressures
COOLING
HEATING
9.0
30°
40°
50°
SM070
Part
Load
60°
70°
80°
90°
100°
18.0
40°
50°
SM070
Full
Load
60°
70°
80°
90°
100°
259-316
5-7
19-23
76-92
264-322
4-5
20-25
9.0
116-141
175-213
18-22
19-23
84-102
280-342
7-8
22-26
18.0
113-137
164-199
12-14
20-24
89-108
286-349
5-6
23-28
9.0
119-145
209-255
17-21
19-23
96-117
302-368
8-9
24-29
18.0
115-140
196-239
12-14
19-24
102-124
308-376
6-7
25-31
9.0
121-148
244-297
17-21
18-23
109-132
324-395
9-11
26-32
18.0
118-143
228-278
11-14
19-23
116-141
330-403
7-8
28-34
9.0
124-151
278-339
17-21
18-22
121-148
345-421
10-12
29-35
18.0
120-146
260-317
11-14
19-23
129-157
352-430
8-9
30-37
9.0
126-154
312-381
16-20
18-22
134-163
367-447
11-14
31-38
18.0
123-149
292-356
11-13
19-23
142-173
374-457
8-10
33-40
9.0
129-157
347-423
16-20
18-22
146-178
388-474
12-15
33-41
18.0
125-152
324-395
11-13
18-22
155-189
396-483
9-11
35-43
9.0
131-160
381-465
16-19
17-21
18.0
128-155
356-435
11-13
18-22
71-87
259-316
5-7
19-23
9.0
30°
71-87
18.0
76-92
264-322
4-5
20-25
9.0
120-146
185-225
15-19
21-26
84-102
280-342
7-8
22-26
18.0
117-142
173-211
11-14
22-27
89-108
286-349
5-6
23-28
9.0
123-150
218-266
15-18
20-25
96-117
302-368
8-9
24-29
18.0
120-146
204-249
11-14
21-26
102-124
308-376
6-7
25-31
9.0
126-153
251-307
14-17
20-24
109-132
324-395
9-11
26-32
18.0
122-149
235-287
11-13
21-25
116-141
330-403
7-8
28-34
9.0
129-157
285-347
14-17
19-24
121-148
345-421
10-12
29-35
18.0
125-152
266-325
10-13
20-25
129-157
352-430
8-9
30-37
9.0
132-160
318-388
13-16
19-23
134-163
367-447
11-14
31-38
18.0
128-156
297-363
10-12
19-24
142-173
374-457
8-10
33-40
9.0
135-164
351-429
13-16
18-22
146-178
388-474
12-15
33-41
18.0
131-159
329-401
10-12
19-23
155-189
396-483
9-11
35-43
9.0
137-167
385-469
12-15
17-21
18.0
134-163
360-439
9-11
18-22
This chart shows approximate temperatures and pressures for a unit in good repair. The values shown are meant as
a guide only and should not be used to estimate system charge. This chart assumes rated air flow and 80º d.b./67º
w.b. entering air temperature in cooling, 70º d.b. entering air temperature in heating. Heating data at entering fluid
temperatures below 50º assumes the use of antifreeze. As a result of continuing research and development,
specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Subject to change without prior notice
SM CS Series Heat Pump
SM CS Series Heat
Water Side Pressure Drop Table | 31
WATER SIDE PRESSURE DROP TABLE
Figure 16: Water side pressure drop in PSIG
Series
SM024
SM036
SM048
SM060
SM070
Revised 01-14
GPM
Water PD @ 77°EWT
with Water
3
0.7
4
1.2
5
1.7
6
2.4
7
3.2
8
4.0
6
1.1
8
1.8
10
2.7
12
3.7
14
4.9
16
6.2
6
1.1
8
1.8
10
2.7
12
3.7
14
4.9
16
6.2
7.5
1.1
10
1.9
12.5
2.8
15
3.9
17.5
5.2
20
6.6
7.5
1.1
10
1.9
12.5
2.8
15
3.9
17.5
5.2
20
6.6
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32 | Wiring Diagrams
SM CS Series Heat Pump
WIRING DIAGRAMS
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SM CS Series Heat Pump
SM CS Series Heat
Dimensional Drawings | 33
DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS
Revised 01-14
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34 | Spare Parts List
SM CS Series Heat Pump
SPARE PARTS LIST
Item #1 is not available as a part kit for ordering.
Each section is started with kit names and part
numbers, followed by an exploded view illustration
identifying all the available components,
assemblies and kits.
CONDENSING SECTION - PARTS LIST
Item
Description
1
Base Pan Kit
2
Water Post Kit
8733921307 8733921307 8733921307 8733921308 8733921308 8733921307 8733921307 8733921307 8733921308 8733921308
3
Regular Post Kit
8733921311 8733921311 8733921311 8733921312 8733921312 8733921311 8733921311 8733921311 8733921312 8733921312
4
Electrical Post Kit
8733921309 8733921309 8733921309 8733921310 8733921310 8733921309 8733921309 8733921309 8733921310 8733921310
5
Logo Panel Kit
8733921315 8733921315 8733921315 8733921316 8733921316 8733921315 8733921315 8733921315 8733921316 8733921316
6
Side Panel Kit
8733921317 8733921317 8733921317 8733921318 8733921318 8733921317 8733921317 8733921317 8733921318 8733921318
7
Top Panel Kit
8733921313 8733921313 8733921313 8733921314 8733921314 8733921313 8733921313 8733921313 8733921314 8733921314
Water Coil Kit - Cu
8733911206 8733911208 8733911208 8733911209 8733911209
8
Water Coil Kit - CuNi
SM024-1CSCSM036-1CSCSM048-1CSCSM060-1CSCSM070-1CSCSM024-1CSNSM036-1CSNSM048-1CSNSM060-1CSNSM070-1CSN
N/A
N/A
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8733911211 8733911213 8733911213 8733911214 8733911214
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Freeze Sensor Kit
8733802689 8733802689 8733802689 8733802689 8733802689 8733802689 8733802689 8733802689 8733802689 8733802689
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TXV Kit
8733921306 8733802741 8733802741 8733802741 8733802741 8733921306 8733802741 8733802741 8733802741 8733802741
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Floating Base Pan Kit
12
Compressor Kit
8733802648 8733802730 8733802731 8733802732 8733802733 8733802648 8733802730 8733802731 8733802732 8733802733
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EBOX Kit
8733921319 8733921319 8733921319 8733921319 8733921319 8733921319 8733921319 8733921319 8733921319 8733921319
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Lo Pressure Switch Kit
8733802651 8733802651 8733802651 8733802651 8733802651 8733802651 8733802651 8733802651 8733802651 8733802651
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Hi Pressure Switch Kit
8733802652 8733802652 8733802652 8733802652 8733802652 8733802652 8733802652 8733802652 8733802652 8733802652
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Reversing Valve Kit
8733802649 8733802734 8733802735 8733802735 8733802735 8733802649 8733802734 8733802735 8733802735 8733802735
1" Swivel Fitting 7/8" SWT Spare Kit
8733921320
1" Swivel Fitting 1 1/8" SWT Spare Kit
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8733921321 8733921321 8733921321 8733921321
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8733921320
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8733921321 8733921321 8733921321 8733921321
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Handle Plastic Kit
19
Gasket 1” Swivel fitting Spare kit
8733802660 8733802749 8733802750 8733802751 8733802752 8733802660 8733802749 8733802750 8733802751 8733802752
20
Capacitor Kit
8733802661 8733802661 8733802661 8733802661 8733802661 8733802661 8733802661 8733802661 8733802661 8733802661
UPM Kit
8733802662 8733802753 8733802753 8733802754 8733802754 8733802662 8733802753 8733802753 8733802754 8733802754
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# Transformer Kit
Condensate Sensor Kit
8733921322 8733921322 8733921322 8733921322 8733921322 8733921322 8733921322 8733921322 8733921322 8733921322
8733802663 8733802663 8733802663 8733802663 8733802663 8733802663 8733802663 8733802663 8733802663 8733802663
8733802664 8733802664 8733802664 8733802664 8733802664 8733802664 8733802664 8733802664 8733802664 8733802664
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* HRP Relay Kit
25
# HRP Switch Kit
8733802699 8733802699 8733802699 8733802699 8733802699 8733802699 8733802699 8733802699 8733802699 8733802699
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# HRP Coil Kit
8733802702 8733802702 8733802788 8733802788 8733802788 8733802702 8733802702 8733802788 8733802788 8733802788
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# HRP Pump Kit
8733802703 8733802703 8733802703 8733802703 8733802703 8733802703 8733802703 8733802703 8733802703 8733802703
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# Filter Drier Spare kit
8733802650 8733802650 8733802650 8733802650 8733802650 8733802650 8733802650 8733802650 8733802650 8733802650
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# DPS Switch Kit
8733802697 8733802697 8733802697 8733802697 8733802697 8733802697 8733802697 8733802697 8733802697 8733802697
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# Filter Drier Kit
8733802650 8733802650 8733802650 8733802650 8733802650 8733802650 8733802650 8733802650 8733802650 8733802650
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# Main Harness Spare Part kit
8733802671 8733802671 8733802671 8733802671 8733802671 8733802671 8733802671 8733802671 8733802671 8733802671
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# Comfort Alert Module spare kit
8733802710 8733802710 8733802710 8733802710 8733802710 8733802710 8733802710 8733802710 8733802710 8733802710
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# HRP Hi and Lo Water Temp Switch kit 8733802700 8733802700 8733802700 8733802700 8733802700 8733802700 8733802700 8733802700 8733802700 8733802700
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# Serv valve kit with 3/4” suct line
35
# Serv valve kit with 7/8” suct line
36
Lo Pressure Switch spare kit
8733802651 8733802651 8733802651 8733802651 8733802651 8733802651 8733802651 8733802651 8733802651 8733802651
Hi Pressure Switch Spare kit
8733802652 8733802652 8733802652 8733802652 8733802652 8733802652 8733802652 8733802652 8733802652 8733802652
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* Smart Start Assist spare kit
8733802665 8733802756 8733802757 8733802758 8733802758 8733802665 8733802756 8733802757 8733802758 8733802758
8733921323 8733921323 8733921323 8733921323 8733921323
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8733921324 8733921324 8733921324 8733921324 8733921324
8733911461 8733911461 8733911461 8733911461 8733911461 8733911461 8733911461 8733911461 8733911461 8733911461
# not shown in drawing
* Detailed view available
All refrigerant circuit components kit includes filter drier
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SM CS Series Heat
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CS Parts List - Cabinet
Figure # 17
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SM CS Series Heat Pump
CS Parts List -Refrigeration/Electrical
Figure # 18
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SM CS Series Heat
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CS Parts List - Handle
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38 | Spare Parts List
SM CS Series Heat Pump
CS Parts List - EBOX
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SM CS Series Heat Pump
SM CS Series Heat
Notes | 39
NOTES
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SM CS Series Heat Pump
Subject to change without prior notice
SM CS Series Heat Pump
601 N.W. 65th Court, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309
Phone: 866-642-3198 | Fax: 954-776-5529
www.boschtaxcredit.com | www.bosch-climate.us
Revised 01-14