Facility Energy Scoping Assessment Report
City Hall
Prepared by:
June 21, 2013
City Hall
20 E. Main St., Ashland, Oregon
Disclaimer
In no event will RHT Energy Solutions be liable for (i) the failure of the customer to
achieve the estimated energy savings, and/or any other estimated benefits included
herein, or (ii) for any damages to customer’s site, including but not limited to any
incidental or consequential damages of any kind in connection with this report or the
installation of any identified energy efficiency measures.
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Contacts and Preparation
SITE CONTACTS
The following City of Ashland personnel assisted with this project:
Adam Hanks
Project Manager
City of Ashland
20 E. Main St.
Ashland, OR 97520
TEL: (541) 552-2046
Email: adam@ashland.or.us
ENERGY AUDITORS
REPORT PREPARED BY:
Buzz Thielemann
Owner
RHT Energy Solutions
1215 Stowe Ave.
Medford, OR 97501
TEL: (541) 770-5884
Email: buzz@rhtenergy.com
Rick Reichert
Energy Analyst
RHT Energy Solutions
1215 Stowe Ave.
Medford, OR 97501
TEL: (541) 261-4080
Email: rick@rhtenergy.com
Rick Reichert
Energy Analyst
RHT Energy Solutions
1215 Stowe Ave.
Medford, OR 97501
TEL: (541) 261-4080
Email: rick@rhtenergy.com
Sherry Dowiot
Business Manager
RHT Energy Solutions
1215 Stowe Ave.
Medford, OR 97501
(541) 770-5884
Email: sherry@rhtenergy.com
TECHNICAL OVERSIGHT
Buzz Thielemann
Owner
RHT Energy Solutions
1215 Stowe Ave.
Medford, OR 97501
TEL: (541) 770-5884
Email: buzz@rhtenergy.com
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Contents
Contacts and Preparation .............................................................................................................................. 3 Contents ........................................................................................................................................................ 4 1.0 Executive Summary ............................................................................................................................... 5 2.0 Historical energy use, occupancy, operation and occupant behavior .................................................... 5 2.1 Existing Equipment .......................................................................................................................... 7 3.0 Energy Efficiency Measures .................................................................................................................. 9 4.0 Low Cost / No Cost Recommendations ................................................................................................ 11 5.0 Potential Capital Improvements ........................................................................................................... 14 6.0 Non-Energy Benefits ........................................................................................................................... 14 7.0 Measures Identified but Deemed Impractical ....................................................................................... 14 8.0 Bundled Measures for Maximum Synergistic Energy Savings Impact ............................................... 16 9.0 General Facility Data ........................................................................................................................... 17 10.0 Additional pictures .............................................................................................................................. 19 11.0 Appendix ............................................................................................................................................ 21 Appendix A – Energy Data
Appendix B – Lighting and Plug Loads
Appendix C – Energy Efficiency Measures
Appendix D – Low Cost/No Cost EEMs
Appendix E – Deemed Impractical Energy Efficiency Measures
Appendix F – Existing Equipment Data Sheets
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1.0 Executive Summary
RHT Energy Solutions (RHT) was contracted by the City of Ashland to perform energy
audits on its municipal facilities. On February 27, 2013, Buzz Thielemann and Rick
Reichert of RHT conducted an energy scoping assessment of the City Hall. The
building was originally built in 1913, and has had additions and remodeling done since
then. It is now 8,443 square feet in size. The combination one- and two-story building
holds offices, storage rooms, a break/copier room, and a meeting room. Many of the
spaces have been repurposed over the years, and many are considered inadequate for
today’s needs.
The City needs to make a quantum decision if the City Hall is to be retained in its
current state with inadequate lighting, HVAC, and insulation, or be repurposed with
extensive renovation or retrofit. Although improvements for modernization and energy
efficiency would require extensive capital, there are also many low cost/no cost energy
cost savings opportunities available for the City Hall.
This two-story facility has the advantage of sharing common walls on the first floor,
which reduce heat loss and heat gain. Many low cost/no cost measures were identified,
as well as a few suggested capital improvements. Due to the single paned windows
and use of portable heaters, employee comfort is compromised. The thermostat is
sometimes set to run on continuous fan, blowing cold air on the date of this audit, the
offices were observed to be cold and many of the employees uncomfortable. The
facility is lacking adequate insulation, which results in heat loss and employee
discomfort as well. Some of the energy management practices need to be modified to
improve employee comfort and for the City to realize greater energy savings.
2.0 Historical energy use, occupancy, operation and occupant behavior
The City Hall’s operating hours are typically 7AM to 6PM, Monday through Friday with
occasional evening usage of meeting rooms. The following table summarizes the past
energy data and Energy Use Index (EUI). See also the chart on the following page.
EUI is a unit of measurement that describes a building’s energy use relative to its size.
To calculate EUI the total kWh and therm consumptions were converted to kBTU.
Meter #
14292
Total
Annual
Use
110,000
Unit
(kwh/therm)
kWh
Converted
to kBTU
375,430
Square
Feet
8,443
Average
Annual EUI
44.47
Note: The gas meter at the City Hall only serves the back-up generator, so is not
included in the EUI calculation (see Appendix A for electrical energy history).
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The City Hall has an EUI of 44.47. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, the
average EUI for a building this size with a similar purpose is 54. The EUI for the City
Hall falls below the median range for energy efficiency for this type of facility; i.e., it is
better than the median. EUI, however, is a very general evaluation that makes no
consideration for the age of the building, hours of operation, specific use, and number of
shared walls and floors. For this reason, EUI may not be representative of true building
efficiency. The use of heat pumps for primary heating also helps to provide a low EUI,
and makes up for some of the shortcomings in the building.
2.1 Existing Equipment
Following is a table noting the existing HVAC and other hard-wired equipment at the
City Hall (see Appendix F for existing equipment data sheets).
Description
Qty
Size
Make
Heat Pump #1
1
4.0 tons
Carrier
Heat Pump #2
1
4.0 tons
Carrier
Heat Pump #3
1
1.5 tons
Payne
Heat Pump #4
1
12.0 tons
Carrier
1
1.49kW
Carrier
3
750 Watts
Carrier
Water Heater
1
19.9 gal,
4.0 kW
Water Heater,
instant
1
Window Air
Conditioner
1
HVAC Air
Handler
HVAC Air
Handler
Model
50TJQ004
-501QE
50TJQ004
-501QE
PH10JA0
18-B
38AQS01
2---530--40RT0125
30
Age
(years)
Serial
Number
Eff
SEER: 10
HSPF: 7
Location
nd
5+
3300G20309
5+
3000G24855
“
2nd story roof
new
2097E27041
SEER: 10
HSPF: 7
2
5+
4399F58247
SEER: 10
on shed roof
5+
D995930
n/a
Inside shed
Varies
5+
Varies
n/a
Attic
Rheem
81VP20S
1
RH
0910R02509
“Energy
Miser”
2
2/3 gallon,
750 Watts
InSinkerat
or
SST
2+
n/a
2nd floor break
room
750 Watts
Carrier
5+
2
nd
nd
story roof
story roof
floor attic
Office on
2nd floor
(rarely used)
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Totals:
Lighting density Watts per Sq. Ft.:
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9,216
1.1
19,668
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3.0 Energy Efficiency Measures
Following are the capital energy efficiency measures that were identified. Note that
several low cost/no cost measures were also identified (see Section 1.4), as were two
capital improvements that were deemed impractical, (see Section 1.7 and Appendix E).
#
1
2
3
Description
Lighting: Replace 38
magnetic ballasts now in
use with electronic
ballasts.
Lighting: De-lamp or refixture to achieve lighting
density of approximately
0.91 Watts per square
foot.
Install PC Power
Management Software
Unit
(kWh /
therms)
Estimated
Annual
Energy
Cost
Savings
Estimated
Project
Cost
PreIncentive
Payback
(Years)
EEM Life
Expectancy
(Years)
474
kWh
$32
$1,900
59.4 **
15
3,255
kWh
$221
$240
1.1
15
4,281
kWh
$290
$980
3.4
15
Estimated
Annual
Energy
Savings
** Note: Though the payback is long, this EEM is recommended for its non-energy
benefits relative to employee comfort. Current magnetic ballasts flicker at 60 cycles per
second, which can cause headaches and vision issues.
EEM 1: Lighting - Replace 38 magnetic ballasts with electronic versions
During the audit it was found that many
fluorescent fixtures have been converted
from T-12 to T-8, but the magnetic ballasts
have been retained. This nullifies over half
the energy savings. Also, magnetic
ballasts flicker at 60 cycles per second
which can cause headaches. Change all
ballasts to electronic. On any de-lamped
fixture, ensure the second ballast is
electrically disconnected.
Note strobing effect of using magnetic
ballast with T-8 lamps
EEM 2: Lighting - De-lamp or re-fixture to achieve lighting density of
approximately 0.91 Watts per square foot.
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The code in Oregon for office lighting is 0.91 Watts per square foot (per 2010 Oregon
Energy Efficiency Specialty Code). Overall, the City Hall now has a lighting density of
1.1 Watts per square foot. However, in certain areas it is much higher. For example, in
the front office of the City Hall there are 24 four-lamp fixtures, giving a lighting density of
1.9 Watts per square foot. This over-saturation of light is absorbed because of the dark
colors that have been selected for wall paint. Thus lighting density could easily be
reduced by de-lamping and utilizing lighter colors for wall paint.
Fluorescent lamp selection note:
All fluorescent tubes should be
identical for use at all City properties.
Currently, it is commonplace for the
same troffer fixture to contain warm
white, cool white, and daylight
temperature
tubes.
This
looks
unprofessional and it is not efficient. It
is recommended that the City use T-8,
4100K, 800 series lamps at all
locations and that the lamps are
bought at one time from the same
source (e.g.: GE, Sylvania, Phillips),
as different manufacturers have
different appearances even though the
labeling is the same.
Replace all
Mismatch of T8 color temperature
lamps
in
a
facility
when
10%
of the
(Kelvin) in troffer
population fail. See Lighting Plug
Loads in Appendix B for recommended retrofit and estimated energy savings.
EEM 3: Install PC Power Management Software to Regulate PCs and turn off
monitors: Install PC power management software, which will put the computers into
the lowest power demand state when idle for a specified length of time. PC power
management software is centrally managed and applied to as many computers as
possible in order to be cost-effective. It is beyond the scope of this report to select a PC
power management software or service vendor. It is assumed that the City I.T.
department will be in charge of this effort and will select the software and provide
ongoing management of the chosen system. Impact on individual computer users is
typically very minimal – the user simply opts-in to an email inviting participation in
computer power management.
A conservative estimate of annual savings is approximately 153 kWh/yr/computer.
Thus for City Hall, 28 computers x 153 kWh/yr approximately = 4,281 kWh/yr or roughly
$290 per year. The cost of the PC power management software is a savings of
approximately $35/computer, for a total of $980. Simple payback for this EEM is
approximately 3.4 years.
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To further conserve energy and reduce annual energy costs, a City-wide policy should
be established to turn off all desktop computer monitors before leaving the building.
Power management software is available from several vendors. A few are listed below,
in alphabetical order. There are many others to consider as well.
 IBM
Endpoint
Manager
for
Power
Management
http://www03.ibm.com/software/products/us/en/ibmendpmanaforpowemana/
 Power Save Enterprise http://www.faronics.com/products/power-save/enterprise/
 PwrSmart http://www.newboundary.com
 Verdiem http://www.verdiem.com
 Verismic http://www.verismic.com
4.0 Low Cost / No Cost Recommendations
Ashland City Hall has many low cost/no cost opportunities, all of which should be
explored before capital expenditures occur. Following is a table, and subsequent detail,
indicating the low cost/no cost measures in the order of energy savings potential, with
the measures with the greatest estimated savings potential listed first (see also
Appendix D):
#
1
2
3
4
5
Description of
Low-Cost / No Cost
Recommendation
Establish new city
portable heater policy and
require removal of noncompliant units
Install lock box on 1st floor
thermostat
Install occupancy sensors
or simple mechanical
timers for lighting in
restrooms
Repair front main entry
door seals
Standardize interior wall
paint to lighter colors to
improve illumination
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Unit
(kWh /
therms)
Estimated
Annual
Energy
Cost
Savings
Estimated
Project
Cost
1,451
kWh
$98
$0
0
Unlimited
1,162
kWh
$79
$50
1.6
15
200
kWh
$14
$100
7.1
10
100
kWh
$7
$50
7.1
10
Estimated
Annual
Energy
Savings
PreIncentive
Payback
(Years)
EEM Life
Expectancy
(Years)
Energy savings occurs only as a result of the de-lamping possible with lighter
interior wall and ceiling paint colors.
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Low cost/no cost Recommendation 1: Establish new City portable heater policy:
A City policy on the use of portable heaters should be established immediately, and the
use of all existing portable heaters should be stopped immediately pending City review.
During the audit it was discovered that on February 27th, with an outdoor temperature of
47°F, the 12 ton heat pump located on the shed roof remained inoperative, partially
because the first floor of the facility
was being heated by portable
heaters lodged under or near
employees’ desks, and also by other
electronic equipment.
Portable
heaters are resistance heating
devices with a C.O.P. (Coefficient of
Performance) of 1.0, and they
deliver 3,413 BTU per hour per
kilowatt. The heat pump serving the
first floor has a C.O.P. of 3.1 and
delivers approximately 10,580 BTU
per hour per kilowatt. Thus the heat
pump is a much more efficient way
to provide heat.
In addition to
providing inefficient heat, using
portable heaters can add to the
Oil filled combination convection / radiation desk
discomfort of other employees. For
heater in City Hall
example, at the time of the site visit
(Per proposed new City policy, this unit is not of
the flat-panel type and should be disallowed.)
the 1st floor thermostat was set to
have the air handler fan run
continuously. This meant it was blowing colder air than normal because the heat pump
was not coming on. When the heat pump is operating, the air being blown into the
ductwork is at approximately 90° F. However, when portable heaters and other
electronic equipment heat the air enough to keep the thermostat just above the setpoint, the heat pump is not running but the fan is on, and the air coming out of the ducts
is at approximately 70°F and is thus perceived as being
“cold” compared to the usual 90°F air provided by the heat
pump. This condition caused some employees receiving
“cold” air to close off their HVAC duct vents, and to rely
solely on their inefficient portable heaters for office
heating.
Portable heaters that incorporate fans operate in
convection mode to heat the air, when in fact the heat is
really needed by the person. Radiant flat-panel heaters
operate primarily in radiation mode, providing heat directly
to dense objects, including human bodies, and are thus recommended for staff use as
approved by City management. Note that radiant flatFlat-panel type heater
panel heaters are recommended, and not the heaters that
look like traditional steam radiators (see picture above).
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Because there is a wide variance in thermal comfort with all people, a wise choice
would be to require the use of radiant flat-panel vanity/desk heaters with input power of
200-400 Watts each. Experience has shown that the smaller 100-watt panels do not
provide adequate employee comfort and should be avoided. Even the use of a 400
Watt maximum radiant flat-panel portable heater consumes far less power than the 5001500 Watt (adjustable) portable heaters that are now being allowed. Radiant flat-panel
heaters can provide a comfortable work station for those who need extra heat without
dramatically impacting thermostat functions, since they heat people rather than air.
Please note that all portable electric heaters have the same energy efficiency
regardless of a manufacturer’s claim, Quartz, infrared, oil are all the same efficiency.
Low cost/no cost Recommendation 1 requires the creation of a new City portable heater
policy, staff education and cultural changes. Care should be taken to roll out the new
policy in the best way possible to maximize acceptance by City staff.
A sample
portable heater policy including a list of recommended portable radiant flat-panel
heaters is in the summary report Appendix.
Low Cost/No Cost Recommendation 2: Install Lock Box on 1st Floor Thermostat:
As mentioned in Recommendation 1 above, the large air handler serving the first floor of
the building was observed to be operating, even though the 12-ton heat pump was not
running. It was discovered that the 1st floor thermostat was set to run continuously.
Discussion with building staff revealed that this thermostat does get “tampered with”.
To resolve this problem it is recommended that an appropriate lock box be placed over
the thermostat to prevent unwanted changes to the settings.
It is generally
recommended to have the air handler fan come on only when the heat pump is
operating. Should additional ventilation be required, it is further recommended to have
the system reviewed by trained HVAC professionals to determine appropriate solutions.
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Low Cost/No Cost Recommendation 3: Install occupancy sensors or simple
mechanical timers to restroom lighting:
This will ensure that non-priority lights do not remain on when not in use. Be sure to
use program-start ballasts (not rapid-start) if occupancy
sensors are used with fluorescent lamps that are subject
to on-and-off short run times.
Low Cost/No Cost Recommendation 4: Repair front
main entry door seals:
The seals on the main entry door facing Main Street
should be replaced with tighter-fitting seals to reduce
outside unconditioned air infiltration. Infrared photo
shows leakage around the door.
Low Cost/No Cost Recommendation 5: Standardize
interior wall and ceiling paint to lighter colors to
improve illumination:
It is highly recommended that the City of Ashland select
and standardize colors that give a high reflectance that
can reduce lighting density, thereby improving
illumination and saving energy while reducing employee
Infrared image shows heat
eye strain. Use white ceilings, white or off-white walls,
leakage at bottom door seal
and light-to-medium colored carpets. Implementation of
lighter colors will allow for de-lamping of some overhead fluorescent fixtures, thus
saving some annual energy cost.
5.0 Potential Capital Improvements
Two capital improvements would save energy if implemented, but were deemed
impractical due to long simple payback. See Section 1.7 below.
6.0 Non-Energy Benefits
Currently many City Hall employees are uncomfortable at their work stations. Since
many magnetic ballasts are still in use in overhead fluorescent fixtures, the lighting
flickers at 60 Hz and can cause headaches. In addition, the HVAC system fails to
provide adequate comfort. These shortcomings accumulate to poor work production,
discontent, and increased sick days. Improving the overhead lighting and providing
adequate workstation HVAC comfort would translate into more productive employees
with higher job satisfaction.
7.0 Measures Identified but Deemed Impractical
The following table shows those recommendations that were initially considered, but
then deemed impractical due to long simple payback (see also Appendix E).
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#
1
2
Description
Add R12 insulation to
exterior walls that are not
adjacent to another
building.
Replace all single-paned
windows and frames with
double-pane versions.
Annual
Energy
Savings
Unit
(kWh)
Annual
Energy
Cost
Savings
Project
Cost
PreIncentive
Simple
Payback
(Years)
EEM Life
(Years)
11,000
kWh
$746
$24,480
33
20
5,500
kWh
$373
$34,000
91
20
#1: Add R12 insulation to areas of the exterior walls that are inadequately
insulated.
With the exception of the relatively new addition in the corner of the 2nd story, City Hall
walls are inadequately insulated. This table shows the estimated insulation the City Hall
currently has, and the recommended R-values:
Estimated R-Values
Area
Block / Brick
Original Area
As-Found
1.50
Original Area
Recommended
1.50
New 2nd Floor
Addition
As-Found
13.0
Inside Film
0.32
0.32
0.32
Outside Film
0.10
0.10
0.10
Sheet Rock
0.75
0.75
0.75
Dryvet
0.00
0.00
0.50
n/a
12
n/a
2.67
14.67
14.67
Recommended
Additional Wall
Insulation
Total R Value
Additional wall insulation should be considered for the exterior walls of this building that
do not have adequate insulation, are not next to walls of an adjacent building. The lack
of adequate wall insulation causes excessive heating and cooling loads in the areas
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adjacent to external walls. This leads to reduced employee comfort, and a decrease in
energy efficiency.
(See table above and infrared picture below.) Adding insulation to exterior walls would
reduce the annual heating and cooling electricity costs for City Hall. The estimated
annual energy savings is 11,000 kWh for an approximate annual energy cost savings of
$746. With an estimated installed cost of $24,480, the simple payback would be 33
years. This simple payback is considered too long to be practical. However, if the
building should undergo a major remodel, additional insulation should be added to the
exterior walls as part of that remodel.
Note: bottom right window pane
was not closed all the way. Infrared
shows heat loss as a result of that.
Infrared image shows the difference
between the relatively new 2nd floor
addition (around the upper right
window) and the older portion of the
building, where more heat loss
occurs through the walls and
windows.
#2: Replace all single paned windows with double paned U-0.32 windows:
Replacing the single paned windows with double paned windows will help keep the
offices warmer during the winter and cut down on drafts and noise. During the summer,
the double paned windows can cut down on heat gain, especially on the westerly facing
windows and therefore help to reduce air conditioning costs. This measure was deemed
impractical, however, because of the long simple payback time. Also, City Hall is a
historical building, and as such, State Historical Preservation Office requirements would
need to be adhered to, which adds costs to the project. The estimated annual energy
savings is 5,500 kWh for an approximate annual energy cost savings of $373. With an
estimated installed cost of $34,000, the simple payback would be 91 years. This simple
payback is considered far too long to be practical.
8.0 Bundled Measures for Maximum Synergistic Energy Savings Impact
Consider doing wall and ceiling painting, overhead fluorescent lamp replacement, and
any needed de-lamping together at a time when the City Hall is closed.
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9.0 General Facility Data
Operating hours: Typically 7am to 6pm, Monday – Friday with occasional evening
usage of meeting rooms.
Domestic hot water: An instant water heater was observed under the sink on the 2nd
floor break room. The water heater for the restrooms is an electric unit located in the
2nd floor attic and is 20 gallons in size.
HVAC: Ducted system controlled by individual thermostats in various parts of the
building.
Space Heating: Provided by four heat pumps. Three heat pumps are located on the
two-story roof, while one heat pump and a large air handler are located in a shed above
the one-story section of the building. Many employees utilize small forced-air electric or
oil-filled radiant electric heaters to provide localized heat. These units typically have an
adjustable range from about 500 to 1500 Watts, and are normally operated at about half
power.
Space Cooling: Provided by four heat pumps. One office on the back side of the
second floor also has a window air conditioner installed.
Overhead lighting: Provided by a mix of 2-foot and 4-foot T8 and T12 fluorescent
fixtures with a mix of both magnetic and electronic ballasts. In some fixtures lamps had
been removed, but the ballasts were still energized. Lamps were of various color
temperatures. Spot-checks of light intensity ranged from 56 to 110 foot-candles at
desktop level.
Skylights: None.
Exit signs: All are low-wattage LED units.
Windows: A combination of single-paned and double-paned, wood-framed and
aluminum-framed windows are in use. Windows are not tinted, per City historical
building guidelines. Most appear to be well-sealed, although one or two were not.
Exterior walls: The structure is a combination of original masonry and newer concrete
block and/or frame construction. All exterior walls appear to be well-insulated on the
inside of the building. While the walls have had some earthquake protection
reinforcements installed, additional protection is deemed needed by City staff.
Exterior Door Seals: Two exterior doors were in good condition, while the main entry
door facing Main Street requires seal repair.
Floor Insulation: None – concrete slab.
Ceiling Insulation: Assumed to be insulated but not observed.
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Roofing: Membrane over 3-inch foam insulation (estimated).
Exterior Lighting: Assumed to be high-pressure sodium (HPS) on daylight sensor
control.
Electric meter number: 14292
Natural Gas meter number: 123710 (serves the back-up generator)
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10.0 Additional pictures
1.5 Ton Heat Pump on Roof
Heat Pump #4 on shed roof
(Large air handler is inside shed)
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Two 4 Ton Heat Pumps on roof
Stationary Heat Pump
Condenser Fan
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11.0 Appendix
Appendix A – Energy Data
Appendix B – Lighting and Plug Loads
(CityHall-LightingPlugLoadsEEMs-130522.xls)
Appendix C – Energy Efficiency Measures
(CityHall-LightingPlugLoadsEEMs-130522.xls)
Appendix D – Low Cost/No Cost Measures
(CityHall-LightingPlugLoadsEEMs-130522.xls)
Appendix E – Deemed Impractical Energy Efficiency Measures
(CityHall-InsulationWindows-DeemedImpractical-130521.xls)
Appendix F – Equipment Data Sheets
(Carrier-38aqs-5pd.pdf)
(Carrier-40rr,rt-1p.pdf)
(Carrier-50tjq-1pd.pdf)
(Payne-PH10JA Product Data.pdf)
(Rheem-RH_POU_SpecSheet_101-8_Rev20.pdf)
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Appendix A – Energy Data
Energy Data - City Hall - Electricity Only
City Hall
Electricity
Start Date
10/08/2012
09/10/2012
08/08/2012
07/08/2012
06/09/2012
05/08/2012
04/09/2012
03/09/2012
02/07/2012
01/08/2012
12/09/2011
11/08/2011
10/20/2011
10/11/2011
09/10/2011
08/08/2011
07/07/2011
06/05/2011
05/08/2011
04/10/2011
03/09/2011
02/09/2011
01/10/2011
12/08/2010
End Date
11/07/2012
10/08/2012
09/10/2012
08/08/2012
07/08/2012
06/09/2012
05/08/2012
04/09/2012
03/09/2012
02/07/2012
01/08/2012
12/09/2011
11/08/2011
10/20/2011
10/11/2011
09/10/2011
08/08/2011
07/07/2011
06/05/2011
05/08/2011
04/10/2011
03/09/2011
02/09/2011
01/10/2011
Meter #:
14292 / 01 720 643
Months
24
Square Feet
Days in
Period
30
28
33
31
29
32
29
31
31
30
30
31
19
9
31
33
32
32
28
28
32
28
30
33
kWh
7,640
7,240
7,640
8,320
7,200
7,440
7,520
9,240
12,440
11,360
13,280
10,200
8,360
8,360
6,200
8,760
6,560
7,840
7,640
7,200
13,080
11,200
13,520
11,760
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
563.43
539.84
563.43
603.53
537.48
551.64
556.35
657.78
846.49
782.80
896.02
714.39
403.93
194.21
460.15
605.33
480.57
553.16
541.81
516.86
850.32
743.70
875.27
775.46
Total 24 months
220,000
$
14,813.95
Average / month
Average / year
9,167
110,000
$
$
617.25
7,406.98
8,443
Avg $/kWh
0.0737
0.0746
0.0737
0.0725
0.0747
0.0741
0.0740
0.0712
0.0680
0.0689
0.0675
0.0700
0.0483
0.0232
0.0742
0.0691
0.0733
0.0706
0.0709
0.0718
0.0650
0.0664
0.0647
0.0659
Converted to kBTU
Average Annual EUI
375,430
44.466
Appendix B – Lighting and Plug Loads
City Hall Lighting and Plug Loads Summary, from 5/10/13 site visit
Watts
1st Floor: 5,474
2nd Floor: 3,742
Total: 9,216
Lighting
kWh / yr
11,858
7,810
19,668
Bldg Sq Ft:
Lighting watts/sqft:
Lighting
1L 4' T8 w/ Mag Ballast
2L 2' T8 w/ Mag Ballast
1L 4' T8 w/ Elec Ballast
2L 4' T8 w/ Elec Ballast
2L 4' T8 w/ Mag Ballast
2L 4' T8 w/ Mag Ballast
w/ only 1 lamp in use
3L 4' T8 w/ Mag Ballast
4L 4' T8 w/ Elec Ballast
4L 4' T8 w/ Elec Ballast
w/ only 2 lamps in use
4L 4' T8 w/ Mag Ballast
CFL - Recessed Ceiling
CFL
CFL - Screw-in
Exit Sign
1st Floor:
2nd Floor:
Total:
Plug Loads
Watts
kWh / yr
12,510
16,073
10,160
17,588
22,670
33,661
8,443
Plug Loads
watts/sqft:
1.1
1st
Total
Floor
Fixture Lamps per
Qty 2nd Floor Qty
Qty
Fixture
6
1
7
1
1
2
3
2
0
34
34
1
28
7
35
2
22
0
22
2
2.7
Total Linear
Fluorescent
Lamp Qty
7
6
34
70
44
Total
Total watts kWh
lighting
/ year
294
611
222
954
1224 2,546
2380 4,950
1628 3,386
4
1
8
0
0
10
4
1
18
2
3
4
8
3
72
144
106
2376
300
220
4,942
0
1
7
0
7
1
4
4
28
4
476
138
990
287
11
1
4
4
0
1
15
1
5
Totals:
Magnetic
Ballast Total:
38
276
195
405
13
7
20
70
9,216 19,668
Plug Loads
Coffee Maker
Computer - Desktop
Computer Monitor - LCD
Computer Printer
Copy Machine
Fan, Personal
Heaters, Personal
Laminator
Microwave Oven
Network Equipment
Panaboard
Refrigerator
Shredder
Soda Vending Machine
Telecom Equipment
1st
Floor
2
17
21
8
1
1
4
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
11
Total watts
plugs
3
3,000
28
3,920
18
8
1
1
3
0
1
3
1
1
2
1
3
39
16
2
2
7
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
3
2nd Floor
Total
3,510
1,600
1,000
100
5,250
500
2,400
300
100
300
240
150
300
22,670
Total kWh /
year
1,014
12,231
9,126
416
260
63
3,570
65
312
2,628
21
874
16
437
2,628
33,661
1st Floor - City Hall Lighting from 5/10/13 site visit
# of
Fixtures
6
1
28
22
Estimated
Watts /
Total Hours /
Fixture
Watts
Day
42
252
8
74
74
24
68
1904
8
74
1628
8
1st Floor
1L 4' T8 w/ Mag Ballast
2L 2' T8 w/ Mag Ballast
2L 4' T8 w/ Elec Ballast
2L 4' T8 w/ Mag Ballast
2L 4' T8 w/ Mag Ballast w/
4
36
only 1 lamp in use
3L 4' T8 w/ Mag Ballast
1
106
4L 4' T8 w/ Elec Ballast
8
132
4L 4' T8 w/ Mag Ballast
1
138
CFL - Recessed Ceiling
CFL
11
13
CFL - Screw-in
1
13
4
4
Exit Sign
1st Floor Lighting Watts Total:
Days /
Week
5
7
5
5
Weeks / Hours / kWh /
Year
Year
Year
52
2,080
524
52
8,736
646
52
2,080 3,960
52
2,080 3,386
144
106
1056
138
8
8
8
8
5
5
5
5
52
52
52
52
2,080
2,080
2,080
2,080
300
220
2,196
287
143
13
16
5,474
8
2
24
5
5
7
52
52
52
2,080
520
8,760
297
7
35
1st Floor Lighting kWh Total: 11,858
1st Floor - City Hall Plug Loads from 5/10/13 site visit
Coffee Maker @ 33% duty
cycle
2
1,000
2,000
1.3
5
52
338
676
Computer - Desktop
17
140
2,380
12
5
52
3120 7,426
Computer Monitor - LCD
21
90
1,890
10
5
52
2600 4,914
Computer Printer
8
100
800
1
5
52
260
208
Copy Machine
1
500
500
1
5
52
260
130
Fan, Personal
1
50
50
4
5
18
360
18
Heaters, Personal @ 50%
max
4
750
3,000
4
5
34
680 2,040
1
500
500
0.5
5
52
130
65
Laminator
Microwave Oven
1
1,200
1,200
0.5
5
52
130
156
Refrigerator (@ 33% duty
1
150
150
8
7
52
2912
437
cycle)
Shredder
1
40
40
0.25
5
52
65
3
1st Floor Plug Loads Watts Total: 12,510
1st Floor Plug Loads kWh Total: 16,073
Magnetic Ballast Watts:
Electronic Ballast Watts:
T8 Watts:
10
4
32
2nd Floor - City Hall Lighting Summary from 5/10/13 site visit
# of
Watts /
Total Hours / Days /
Wks / Hours / kWh /
Fixtures Fixture Watts
Day
Wk
Year
Year
Year
2nd Floor
1L 4' T8 w/ Mag Ballast
1
42
42
8
5
52
2,080
87
2
74
148
8
5
52
2,080
308
2L 2' T8 w/ Mag Ballast
1L 4' T8 w/ Elec Ballast
34
36
1224
8
5
52
2,080 2,546
2L 4' T8 w/ Elec Ballast
7
68
476
8
5
52
2,080
990
4L 4' T8 w/ Elec Ballast
10
132
1320
8
5
52
2,080 2,746
4L 4' T8 w/ Elec Ballast w/
only 2 lamps in use
7
68
476
8
5
52
2,080
990
CFL - Recessed Ceiling
CFL
4
13
52
8
5
52
2,080
108
1
4
4
24
7
52
8,760
35
Exit Sign
2nd Floor Lighting Watts Total: 3,742
2nd Floor Lighting kWh Total: 7,810
2nd Floor - City Hall Plug Loads Summary from 5/10/13 site visit
Coffee Maker @ 33% duty
cycle
1
1000
1000
1.3
5
52
338
338
Computer - Desktop
11
140
1540
12
5
52
3,120 4,805
Computer Monitor - LCD
18
90
1620
10
5
52
2,600 4,212
Computer Printer
8
100
800
1
5
52
260
208
1
500
500
1
5
52
260
130
Copy Machine
Fan, Personal
1
50
50
10
5
18
900
45
Heaters, Personal @ 50%
max
3
750
2250
4
5
34
680 1,530
Microwave Oven
1
1200
1200
0.5
5
52
130
156
Network Equipment
3
100
300
24
7
52
8,760 2,628
Panaboard
1
100
100
2
2
52
208
21
Refrigerator @ 33% duty
cycle
1
150
150
8
7
52
2,912
437
2
100
200
0.25
5
52
65
13
Shredder
Soda Vending Machine w/
Economizer @ 33% duty
cycle
1
150
150
8
7
52
2,912
437
Telecom Equipment
3
100
300
24
7
52
8,760 2,628
2nd Floor Plug Loads Watts Total: 10,160
2nd Floor Plug Loads kWh Total: 17,588
Magnetic Ballast Watts:
Electronic Ballast Watts:
T8 Watts:
10
4
32
Appendix C – Energy Efficiency Measures
Ashland City Hall EEM 1: Replace magnetic ballasts with electronic
Electricity Rate: $
Qty:
Estimated energy savings:
Total energy savings:
Estimated operating hours:
Annual energy savings:
Annual energy savings:
Annual cost savings: $
Estimated new ballast cost: $
Estimated installation cost: $
Total replacement cost: $
Total project cost: $
Simple Payback:
0.068 per kWh
38 ballasts
6 Watts / ballast
228 Watts / ballast
2,080 hours per year
474,240 Watt-hours per year
474 kWh per year
per year
-
25 each
25 each
50 each
1,900
59 years
Note: Though the simple payback on this is long, the EEM is recommended for its non-energy
benefits relative to employee comfort. Current magnetic ballasts flicker at 60 cycles per second,
which can cause headaches and vision issues.
Ashland City Hall EEM 2: De-lamp to achieve lighting density of 0.91 Watts / sq.ft.
Electricity Rate: $ 0.068 per kWh
Existing lighting density:
Required lighting density:
Reduction required:
Percent reduction needed:
Existing lighting wattage:
1.1 Watts / sq.ft.
0.91 Watts / sq.ft.
0.19 Watts / sq.ft.
17.3% (=0.19/1.1)
8,988 Watts, linear fluorescent only
Reduction needed:
1,555 Watts
Qty of existing linear fluorescents:
276 lamps
Average power per lamp:
Qty of additional lamps to be
removed:
Average operating hours:
Estimated annual energy
savings:
Estimated annual cost savings: $
Estimated cost to de-lamp: $
Estimated project cost: $
Simple payback:
32.6 Watts (8,988 / 276)
48 (=1,555/32.6)
2,080 hours / year, linear fluorescent only
3,255 kWh / year
2 per year
5 per lamp, labor only
240 labor only
1.1 years
Ashland City Hall EEM 3:
Install PC Power
Management Software
Number of City Hall desktop computers:
Initial implementation cost, per computer:
Total initial implementation cost:
Annual energy usage of City Hall
computers:
Estimated percent energy savings:
Estimated annual energy savings:
City Hall cost per kWh:
Estimated annual cost savings:
Simple Payback:
28
$
$
35
980
12,231 kWh
35%
4,281 kWh
$ 0.068
$
3
3.4 Years
Note: An ongoing annual software cost of approximately 20% or
$7.00 per year per computer is anticipated.
Note: This EEM should only be implemented as part of a CityWide project to include all computers, centrally managed by the IT
department.
Appendix D – Low Cost/No Cost EEMs
Ashland City Hall Low-Cost/No-Cost
Recommendation #1: Eliminate use of existing portable space heaters
Electricity Rate: $
Portable heaters now in use:
0.068 per kWh
7
Estimated ypical power consumption of existing
portable space heaters:
Estimated annual energy consumption of existing
portable space heaters:
3,570 kWh / year, total
Estimated power of replacement flat-panel radiant
heaters:
Estimated annual energy consumption of
replacement flat-panel radiant heaters:
300 Watts each
kWh / year, total
1,428 =(300/750)*3,570
Estimated gross annual energy savings:
Estimated heat pump C.O.P.:
Estimated annual energy consumption of heat pump
needed to replace energy savings to be provided by
new flat-panel radiant heaters:
Estimated net annual energy savings due to
replacement of existing portable space heaters:
Net annual cost savings due to removal of
portable space heaters: $
Simple Payback:
Total annual City Hall annual electricity usage:
Estimated energy reduction due to this EEM:
750 Watts each
2,142 kWh / year (=3,570-1,428)
3.1
691 kWh / year (=2,142/3.1)
1,451 kWh (=3,570-1,152)
1 per year
Immediate No direct cost to City
110,000 kWh per year
1.3% (=1,451/110,000)
Ashland City Hall Low-Cost/No-Cost
Recommendation #2:
Install locking box on 1st floor thermostat
1st floor air handler kW:
1st floor air handler operating hours without lock box:
1st floor baseline air handler annual kWh:
1.49
3,120
4,649 kWh
Estimated percent savings with lock box:
Estimated annual energy savings with lock box:
25%
1,162 kWh
Electricity Rate: $
Estimated annual cost savings with lock box: $
Lock box cost including installation: $
Simple Payback:
0.068 per kWh
1
50
0 Years
Appendix E – Deemed Impractical Energy Efficiency
Measures
Add insulation to the inside of exterior walls of City Hall
Wall Length
Wall
Height Southerly Northerly Westerly
1st floor wall square footage
that is not adjacent to the
building next door:
2nd floor wall area, not
including recent addition:
12
48
26
12
0
30
Easterly
103
Wall SqFt
21
2,376
90
90
Total Wall AreaSqFt:
2,520
4,896
Estimated Cost / SqFt:
Estimated Project
Cost:
$5.00
$24,480
City Hall baseline electricity usage per year:
Estimated % energy savings:
110,000 kWh
10%
Estimated annual energy savings:
11,000 kWh
City Hall electricity cost / kWh:
Estimated annual cost savings:
Simple Payback:
$0.0678
$746
33 years
Replace single-paned windows at City Hall
Estimated Project Cost: $34,000
City Hall baseline electricity usage per year: 110,000 kWh
Estimated % energy savings:
5%
Estimated annual energy savings:
5,500 kWh
City Hall electricity cost / kWh: $0.0678
Estimated annual cost savings:
$373
Simple Payback:
91 years
Appendix F – Existing Equipment Data Sheets
Product
Data
38AQS/40RMQ
Heat Pump Systems
Nominal Heating: 83,000 to 275,000 Btuh
Nominal Cooling: 71/2 to 25 Tons
Heat Pump Systems that Save
Energy and Provide Outstanding
Heating and Cooling All Year
• All-season comfort in any climate
• High energy savings capability
• Suitable for new construction or
replacement
38AQS008
Features/Benefits
System indoor and outdoor
sections offer outstanding
performance in either the
cooling or heating mode
Heat pump system energy
savings opportunity
Heat Pump
Electrical energy consumption is
always a prime concern when selecting
an air-conditioning system for a commercial application. An easy, effective
way to save energy is to install a heat
pump. Should your building plans call
for one, consider a matched Carrier
38AQS/40RMQ heat pump system.
These systems not only provide highly
efficient cooling, they also double as a
clean, safe, efficient source of heat. In
fact, they are capable of delivering
approximately 3 units of heat energy
for each unit of electrical power
consumed.
38AQS012,016
Heat pump uniqueness
40RMQ
Copyright 2001 Carrier Corporation
The outstanding performance of these
heat pump systems is due to the heat
pump’s ability to absorb and transfer
heat — from outdoors to indoors for
heating, and from indoors to outdoors
for cooling. System indoor and outdoor sections operate as evaporators
or condensers, depending on whether
heating or cooling is required. The
heating cycle always starts with the
outdoor coil absorbing heat from the
Form 38AQS-5PD
Motor failure due to electrical overload is prevented by temperature and
current sensors. Coil quality and performance are enhanced by copper
tubes and aluminum fins, which provide maximum heat transfer. The
coil is circuited for subcooling. A large
heat transfer surface offers additional
efficiency.
surrounding air (even outside air at extremely cold temperatures), and ends
with the indoor coil releasing or rejecting heat to the air around it.
Variable refrigeration circuiting (VRC) — 38AQS units
For that extra measure of heat pump
performance, variable refrigeration circuiting provides improved heat transfer. The design combines check valves
and fixed-bore refrigerant metering to
optimize the circuiting of the outdoor
coil. This circuiting achieves the best
performance possible during both the
heating and cooling modes. The VRC
feature provides three valuable benefits
that ordinary heat pump systems cannot match:
• Improved heat transfer, resulting in
a higher Coefficient of Performance
(COP), especially at temperatures
below 47 F.
• Improved reliability, by ensuring the
proper quality of refrigerant is flowing to the compressor.
• Faster coil defrosting.
38AQS application versatility
Whether for a new application or
replacement, these Carrier split system
heat pumps offer time-proven performance for year-round comfort in any
climate.
Rugged long life compressor
— 38AQS units
Model 38AQS outdoor sections are
equipped with 06D semi-hermetic
compressors, which are famous
throughout the industry for their reliability. These compressors have vanetype oil pumps with positive oil pressure, an oil pressure regulating valve,
class F stator windings, capacity reduction, oil level sight glass, and service
valves. Through cylinder unloading,
the 38AQS012 and 016 (one electric
unloader is standard) can reduce capacity during the cooling phase to reduce
energy usage and improve space temperature regulation. A Cycle-LOC™
device in the 38AQS control box holds
the compressor off-line if any operational or safety device trips the compressor. The unit can be reset manually
at the thermostat.
Features to consider,
38AQS008 units
Controls for performance efficiency — The 38AQS008 unit offers
2
Heat pump performance
enhanced by variable refrigeration circuiting —38AQS units
06D COMPRESSOR
the building owner operating controls
and components designed for performance dependability. The highly efficient semi-hermetic compressor is engineered for long life and durability.
The compressor includes overload protection and compressor vibration isolation for further enhancement of quiet
operation. The high-pressure switch
protects the entire refrigeration system
from abnormally high operating pressures. A loss-of-charge switch is also
provided to protect the system against
low charge conditions.
The unit also includes anti-shortcycling protection which protects the
compressor from the damage that can
be caused by rapid compressor cycling.
The 24-v control circuit transformer
permits quick, easy wiring of standard
and programmable 24-v thermostats.
Latest safety standards for
38AQS008 units are assured through
UL (Underwriters’ Laboratories) and
UL, Canada approval.
The 38AQS008 utilizes a state-ofthe-art defrost board with field configurable timed defrost cycles. The defrost
board may be easily configured for defrost cycles of 30, 50, or 90 minutes,
depending upon the application.
Features to consider,
38AQS012,016 units
A low oil pressure switch protects
against loss of oil pressure. The
Chronotemp™ defrost system allows
defrost to occur every 60 minutes if the
defrost thermostat is calling for defrosting. If the thermostat is not calling for
defrosting, another 60 minutes must
pass before defrosting begins.
Cooling mode — During cooling, the
38AQS outdoor coil condenses the hot
gas through a converging series circuit.
First the check valve system feeds all
the hot gas through the circuits at the
bottom half of the coil. This desuperheats and partially condenses the hot
gas. The hot gas is then routed
through the upper half of the coil and
finally through the subcooling coil. The
subcooled liquid then enters the liquid
line. This process also occurs during
defrosting, resulting in improved, more
thorough defrosting by assuring that
the bottom half of the coils is hot and
clear so that frost slides down and off.
Heating mode — During heating,
the 38AQS outdoor coil becomes the
evaporator, absorbing available heat
from the outdoor air. The check valve
system directs the flow of liquid refrigerant to individual parallel circuits, creating a “full face” active condition; the
entire coil face is exposed to the same
temperature of entering refrigerant.
The result is maximum recovery of
heat from outdoor air, a higher COP,
and improved reliability.
Innovative Carrier 40RMQ
indoor units are custom
matched to 38AQS outdoor
units for superior system
performance
The 40RMQ Series has excellent fan
performance, efficient directexpansion (DX) coils, easy installation,
and a unique combination of indoor air
quality features. Its versatility and stateof-the-art features help to ensure that
your heat pump system provides economical performance now and in the
future.
Features/Benefits (cont)
Easy installation and service —
The 40RMQ multiposition design
and component layout help you to get
the unit installed and running quickly.
The direct-expansion (DX) coils have
factory-installed thermostatic expansion valves (TXVs) with matching distributor nozzles. All 40RMQ units also
include factory-installed check valves
and piping for heat pump duty with
matching 38AQS units.
The 40RMQ units can be converted
from horizontal to vertical operation by
simply repositioning the unit. Drain
pan connections are duplicated on
both sides of the unit. Fan motors and
contactors are prewired. For easier service, the filters, motor, drive, TXVs,
check valves, and coil connections are
accessible by removing a single side
panel.
Indoor-air quality (IAQ) features
— The unique combination of IAQ features in the 40RMQ Series indoor
units helps to make sure that only
clean, fresh, conditioned air is delivered to the occupied space.
In the Cooling mode, direct-expansion (DX) cooling coils prevent the
build-up of humidity in the room, even
during part-load conditions. Unit sizes
of 10 tons and above feature dualcircuit coils.
Standard 2-in. disposable filters remove dust and airborne particles from
the occupied space.
Thermal insulation contains an immobilized anti-microbial agent to inhibit the growth of bacteria and fungi. The
anti-microbial agent is registered with
the U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA).
The pitched PVC drain pan can be
adjusted for a right- or left-hand connection to provide positive drainage
and to prevent standing condensate.
The 40RMQ accessory economizer
can provide ventilation air to improve
indoor air quality. When used in conjunction with Carrier Comfort System
thermostats and CO2 sensors, the
economizer admits fresh outdoor air to
replace stale, recirculated indoor air.
Economy — The 40RMQ Series air
handlers have low initial costs, and
they continue to save money by providing reduced installation expense and
energy-efficient performance.
Quick installation reduces installation
costs, and TXVs, check valves, and
heat pump piping are factory-installed.
High-efficiency, precision-balanced
fans minimize air turbulence, surging,
and unbalanced operation, cutting operating expenses.
The economizer accessory precisely
controls the blend of outdoor air and
room air to achieve comfort levels.
When the outside air enthalpy is suitable, outside air dampers can fully
open to provide “free” cooling.
Rugged dependability — 40RMQ
units are made to last. The die-formed
galvanized steel panels ensure structural integrity under all operating conditions. Galvanized steel fan housings are
securely mounted to a die-formed
galvanized steel deck. Coil housings
are galvanized steel, and coils have aluminum fins mechanically bonded to
copper tubes. The PVC condensate
drain pans provide corrosion-free
performance.
Coil flexibility — Model 40RMQ
coils have galvanized steel casings; inlet and outlet connections are on the
same end. The coils are designed for
use with Refrigerant 22 and have
3/8-in. diameter copper tubes mechanically bonded to aluminum sine-wave
fins. The coils include matched, factory-installed TXVs with matching distributor nozzles. Check valves and heat
pump piping are also included in all
40RMQ units.
Duplicate piping access holes on
both sides of the unit eliminate drilling;
condensate connections for both vertical and horizontal installations are also
provided on both sides of the unit.
Table of contents
Page
Features/Benefits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3
Model Number Nomenclature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
ARI Capacities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Physical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6,7
Options and Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-11
Dimensions — Outdoor Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12,13
Dimensions — Indoor Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14-17
Selection Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Performance Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19-25
Typical Piping and Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26-28
Electrical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29-35
Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Typical Control Wiring Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37-41
Application Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41-44
Guide Specifications — 38AQS008 Outdoor Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45,46
Guide Specifications — 38AQS012,016 Outdoor Units . . . . . . . . . . . . .47-49
Guide Specifications — Indoor Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50-52
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Model number nomenclature
38AQS
008
––
–
5
0
1
––
38AQS — Split System Heat Pump
– – — Not Used
Nominal Tons
008 — 7-1/2 Tons
012 — 10 Tons
016 — 15 Tons
Packaging
0 — Base Unit
1 — Domestic
Revision Number
0 — Original
– – — Not Used
Outdoor Coil Protection Options
– — Aluminum (Standard)
C — Copper
V — Pre-Coated Aluminum Fins (008)
K — Pre-Coated Aluminum Fins (012,016)
* — Post-Coated Aluminum (Contact Factory) (008 Only)
* — Post-Coated Copper (Contact Factory) (008 Only)
E — E-Coated Al Fin/Cu Tube (012,016)
F — E-Coated Cu Fin/Cu Tube (012,016)
Voltage Designation
1 — 575-3-60 (Sizes 012,016 Only)
5 — 208/230-3-60
6 — 460-3-60
LEGEND
Al — Aluminum
Cu — Copper
*Size 008 only.
40RM
Q
016
––
B
5
40RM — Commercial Packaged
Air Handler
0
1
GC
Factory-Installed Options
GC — Unpainted, Standard Motor and
Standard Drive
HC — Unpainted, Standard Motor and
Medium-Static Drive
YC — Unpainted, Alternate Motor and
High-Static Drive†
ED — Painted, Standard Motor and
Standard Drive
FD — Painted, Standard Motor and
Medium-Static Drive
WD — Painted, Alternate Motor and
High-Static Drive†
Cooling Coil
Q — Heat Pump
Nominal Capacity — Tons
024 — 20
008 — 7-1/2
028 — 25
012 — 10
016 — 15
Not Used
Expansion Device
B — Thermostatic Expansion Valves
Packaging
1 — Standard Domestic
Voltage Designation
1 — 575-3-60
3 — 208/230-1-60*
5 — 208/230-3-60
6 — 460-3-60
Revision Number
0 — Original Model
*Size 008 only.
†For 40RMQ008 units with single-phase motors, YC and WD options
denote standard motor and high-static drive.
Quality Assurance
Approvals:
ISO 9001
EN 29002
BS5750 PART 2
ANSI/ASQC Q92
38AQS008 UNITS
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38AQS012,016 AND 40RMQ UNITS
ARI* capacities
COOLING
OUTDOOR INDOOR
AIRFLOW
UNIT
UNIT
(Cfm)
Net Cap.
38AQS
40RMQ
(Btuh) EER
008
3,000
86,000 9.8
008
012
4,000
108,000 8.9
012
016
6,000
172,000 8.8
016
012,012
024
8,000
216,000 8.8
(Duplex)
012,016
028
10,000
280,000 8.8
(Duplex)
HEATING
SOUND
Hi-Temp
Low-Temp
RATING
Net Cap.
Net Cap
IPLV (Btuh) COP (Btuh) COP (decibels)
N/A
83,000 3.0
46,000
2.0
92
11.2 111,000 3.0
62,000
2.0
88
9.9 164,000 3.0
94,000
2.2
88
10.6
222,000
2.8
124,000
1.8
—
9.6
275,000
2.8
156,000
1.9
—
LEGEND
Bels — Sound Level (1 bel = 10 decibels)
Btuh output
or
COP — Coefficient of performance =
Btuh input
Btuh output
(Based on ARI conditions)
Unit Power Input x 3.413
Btuh
(Based on ARI conditions)
EER — Energy Efficiency Ratio =
Unit Power Input
IPLV — Integrated Part-Load Value
*Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Institute.
NOTES:
1. Standard ratings are net values, reflecting the effects of circulating fan heat.
Supplementary electric heat is not included. Ratings are based on:
Cooling Standard: 80 F db, 67 F wb (wet bulb) indoor entering-air temperature and 95 F db entering-air outdoor unit.
Hi-Temp Heating Standard: 70 F db (dry bulb) indoor entering-air temperature and 47 F db/43 F wb entering-air outdoor unit.
Lo-Temp Heating Standard: 70 F db indoor entering-air temperature and
17 F wb/15 F db entering-air outdoor unit.
38AQS008, 012 and 40RMQ008, 012 are rated in accordance with current
ARI Standard 210/240. 38AQS016 and 40RMQ016 are rated in accordance
with current ARI Standard 340/360. Unit combinations are rated in accordance with ARI standard 210/240 or 340/360 as appropriate.
2. Sound ratings are in accordance with current ARI Standard 270.
3. 38AQS012,016 are connected to 40RMQ024,028 in duplex configurations.
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Product
Data
50TJQ004-012
Single-Package
Standard Efficiency
Rooftop Heat Pump Units
3 to 10 Nominal Tons
Single-package standard efficiency
rooftop heat pumps with:
• State-of-the-art defrost system
• Dependable 4-way valve operation
• Refrigerant filter strainer and
accumulator
• Field-installed electric heaters
available
• Advanced hermetic compressors
mounted on vibration isolators
• Factory-installed Apollo communicating controls, non-fused disconnect switch, and convenience
outlet available
50TJQ004-007
Features/Benefits
The 50TJQ standard efficiency
rooftop product line combines advanced technology
with serviceability, performance,
and flexibility.
50TJQ008-012
Copyright 1996 Carrier Corporation
State-of-the-art defrost system
uses time and temperature to keep
the outdoor coil frost-free for economical, dependable operation.
Dependable 4-way valve operation safely and efficiently accomplishes cycle reversals, defrost, and
normal operation.
Refrigerant filter strainer and
accumulator ensure performance
dependability and circuit protection.
Field-installed electric heaters
available in a wide range of capacities. Single-point wiring kit makes
installation simple.
NOTE: Some electric heater applications not available for use with
factory-installed disconnect switch.
Form 50TJQ-1PD
Easy conversion from vertical to
horizontal discharge to make retrofit and add-on jobs easier. To convert
from vertical to horizontal discharge,
simply interchange 2 panels. The
same basic unit can be used for a variety of applications and can be quickly
modified at the jobsite. All units are
factory shipped in the vertical discharge
configuration for fit-up to standard
roof curbs. (One accessory curb fits
sizes 004-007; another accessory
curb fits sizes 008-012.) The contractor can order and install the roof
curbs early in the construction stage,
before decisions on exact size requirements have been made.
Prepainted galvanized steel cabinet with baked enamel finish is
capable of withstanding Federal Test
Method Standard No. 141 (Method
6061) 500-hour salt spray test. Paint
finish is non-chalking type. All internal
cabinet panels are primed, allowing
the entire unit to have a longer life
and a more attractive appearance.
Single continuous top panel eliminates any possibility of leaking at
the seams or gaskets, which tend to
deteriorate over time and shift during
rigging procedures.
Heavy gage roll-formed base rails
with forklift and rigging holes
are integral to the unit and provide
easier maneuvering and installation.
Forklift slots are on 3 sides of the
unit. Stretch-wrap packaging protects
the unit during shipment and storage.
Exclusive tool-less removal for
the filter access panel allows the
replacement of filters without the need
for any tools.
Two-in. return-air filters are the
standard throwaway type, easily
accessed and replaced through the filter access panel located directly
above the air intake hood.
Thru-the-bottom electrical connection capability allows power and
control wiring to be routed through
the unit basepan, thereby minimizing
roof penetrations.
Color-coded electrical wiring permits easy tracing and diagnostics.
Advanced hermetic compressors
mounted on vibration isolators for
additional sound integrity and structural support.
Enhanced copper tube, aluminum
plate fin coils are thoroughly leak
2
and pressure tested at the factory.
Outdoor coils have louvered, aluminum lanced fins to provide maximum
heat transfer for optimum efficiency
and easy cleaning.
Acutrol™ refrigerant metering
system precisely controls refrigerant
flow, preventing slugging and
floodback, while maintaining optimum
unit performance.
Corrosion-resistant sloped condensate pan reduces possibility of
biological growth and is in conformance
of ASHRAE (American Society of
Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers) Standard 62 to
meet many Indoor-Air Quality (IAQ)
specifications. The condensate drain
pan offers both bottom and end drain
capability to minimize roof penetrations. The bottom drain can be used
in conjunction with the thru-the-bottom
connections. An external trap must
be field supplied.
Commercial duty motors with
permanently lubricated bearings
provide additional dependability.
Standard low ambient cooling
operation to 25 F; optional head
pressure control kit available for outdoor ambient conditions to −20 F.
Factory run test printout included
with each unit, providing certification of the unit’s status at the time of
manufacture. Printout includes test
pressures, amperages, dates, and
inspectors. Every unit is thoroughly
run tested at the factory in each operating mode and evacuated prior to
final charging. Every coil is then leaktested with helium. Automated run
testing allows accurate, undisputed
tests and measurements which are
second to none in the industry.
Ease of serviceability on all refrigerant access ports allow for quick
and accurate measurements to take
place. Single-side utility connections
provide easy access to perform necessary service. Indoor motors are accessible through a single access door
to facilitate servicing and adjustments
after installation. Compressors are
easily accessible for troubleshooting
and system analysis.
Factory-installed Apollo communicating control (available as
an option), designed exclusively by
Carrier, actively monitors all modes of
operation as well as indoor fan status, filter status, indoor-air quality,
supply-air temperature, and outdoorair temperature. The Apollo control board is installed in the rooftop
unit control box and comes equipped
with built-in diagnostic capabilities.
Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) simplify
troubleshooting by indicating thermostat commands for both stages of
heating and cooling, indoor
(evaporator) fan operation, and economizer operation. The Apollo communicating control is designed to work
specifically with Carrier TEMP and
VVTt thermostats.
Table of contents
Page
Features/Benefits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,2
Model Number Nomenclature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
ARI Capacity Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Physical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5,6
Options and Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-10
Base Unit Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11,12
Accessory Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13,14
Selection Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Performance Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-41
Electrical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42-48
Typical Piping and Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Typical Wiring Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50,51
Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52-57
Application Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Guide Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59-62
Model number nomenclature
L EGEND
Al
— Aluminum
Cu
— Copper
FIOP — Factory-Installed Option
*Refer to 50TJQ Price Pages or contact your local Carrier representative for 50TJQ FIOP code table.
†Single phase is available on 5-ton and smaller units.
3
ARI* capacity ratings
HEATING
(High Temp)
COOLING
UNIT
50TJQ
NOMINAL
TONS
STANDARD
CFM
004
005
006
3
4
5
1200
1600
2000
UNIT
50TJQ
NOMINAL
TONS
STANDARD
CFM
007
008
009
012
6
7 1 ⁄2
81⁄2
10
2400
3200
3600
4100
Bels
COP
db
EER
HSPF
IPLV
SEER
wb
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Capacity
(Btuh)
35,600
46,500
57,000
COOLING
Capacity
(Btuh)
70,000
86,000
96,000
112,000
EER
9.05
9.00
8.90
9.00
SEER†
Belt
Drive
10.20
10.00
10.00
Direct
Drive
10.00
9.70
9.90
HEATING
(High)
Capacity
COP
(Btuh)
72,400
3.20
78,000
3.00
93,000
3.10
105,000
3.10
Capacity
(Btuh)
HSPF
SOUND
RATING
(Bels)
34,400
46,500
57,000
6.7
7.0
7.5
8.4
8.0
8.2
HEATING
(Low)
Capacity
COP
(Btuh)
42,000
2.14
39,000
1.80
48,000
1.90
59,000
2.00
IPLV**
SOUND
RATING
(Bels)
—
9.3
8.9
9.0
8.2
8.6
8.6
8.4
LEGEND
Sound Level (1 bel = 10 decibels)
Coefficient of Performance
dry bulb
Energy Efficiency Ratio
Heating Seasonal Performance Factor
Integrated Part-Load Values
Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio
wet bulb
*Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute.
†Applies only to units with capacity of 60,000 Btuh or less.
**The IPLV only applies to 2-stage heat pump units.
NOTES:
1. Rated in accordance with ARI Standards 210/240-95 and 270-95.
2. Ratings are net values, reflecting the effects of circulating fan heat.
3. Ratings are based on:
Cooling Standard: 80 F db, 67 F wb indoor entering-air temperature and 95 F db air entering outdoor unit.
IPLV Standard: 80 F db, 67 F wb indoor entering-air temperature and 80 F db outdoor entering-air temperature.
High-Temp Heating Standard: 70 F db indoor entering-air temperature and 47 F db, 43 F wb outdoor entering-air temperature.
Low-Temp Heating Standard: 70 F db indoor entering-air temperature and 17 F db, 15 F wb outdoor entering-air temperature.
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MODEL PH10
10 SEER 3 PHASE HEAT PUMP UNIT
SIZES 048, 060 — 4 AND 5 NOMINAL TONS
Product Data
FEATURES
AVAILABLE
Nominal sizes are available in 048 and 060 sizes
to meet the needs of light commercial applications.
EFFICIENCY:
With SEER of at least 10.0 and HSPF of 7.0, these
heat pump systems provide economy of operation
through energy conservation. They recover heat for
indoor comfort from outdoor air during the heating
season and, by automatically reversing the refrigerant
system, remove indoor heat and excess humidity during the cooling season.
CERTIFICATION:
All models are listed with UL, (U.S. and Canada), ARI, and CEC.
ELECTRICAL
Units are offered in 208–230v 3 phase in the 048
and 060 sizes.
FAN MOTOR:
The totally enclosed fan motor means greater reliability under adverse weather conditions and
dependable performance for many years. Permanent split capacitor type motors provide more economical operation.
CABINET:
The prepainted steel cabinet is protected underneath by a galvanized coating and treated with a
layer of zinc phosphate for a finish that will last for
many years. All screws on cabinet exterior are
coated for a long-lasting, rust-resistant, quality
appearance.
UNIT DESIGN:
COMPONENTS:
The copper tube, enhanced sine wave, aluminum fin
coil is designed for optimum heat transfer. Vertical air
discharge carries sound and hot condenser air up and
away from adjacent patio areas and foliage. The base
pan is designed for easy removal of water, dirt, and
leaves.
Includes a suction-tube accumulator that minimizes
the amount of liquid refrigerant reaching the compressor; a low-pressure switch that stops the compressor
if refrigerant charge is lost; and an internal compressor relief valve on all sizes.
3-PHASE (SCROLL Control board that monitors the electrical phase
and prevents compressor operation if wired
COMPRESSOR
UNITS) MONITOR incorrectly.
BOARD
DISCHARGE
MUFFLER
Minimizes low frequency sound and pressure pulsation generated by compressor discharge gas.
DEFROST
CONTROL
BOARD:
Incorporates a defrost relay, defrost timer and lowvoltage terminations. The defrost control is a time/
temperature initiation/termination control which
includes 3 field-selectable time periods of 30, 60,
and 90 minutes. The control includes built-in 5minute compressor delay.
COMPRESSOR:
Designed specifically for heat pump duty, with energy
efficiency during heating and cooling operation. Each
compressor is hermetically sealed against contamination to assure long life and dependable performance and externally mounted on rubber isolators for
quiet operation. Continuous compressor operation is
approved down to –30°F (–34°C) in the heating mode
and down to 55°F (12.8°C) in the cooling mode. For
improved serviceability, all models are equipped with
a compressor terminal plug.
SERVICE
VALVES:
Both service valves are brass, front seating type with sweat connections. Valves are externally
located so refrigerant tube connections can be made
quickly and easily. Each valve has a service port for
ease of checking operating refrigerant pressures.
SERVICEABILTY:
One panel provides access to electrical controls.
Removal of top gives access to fan motor, compressor,
and condenser coil.
LIMITED
WARRANTY:
Standard 1-year limited warranty on all parts and
5-year limited warranty on compressor parts.
SERIES
A
A
UNIT
SIZE
048
060
30
30
A
E
39-15/16
39-15/16
B
AIR DISCHARGE
TIEDOWN
KNOCKOUTS
(2) PLACES
3/8-IN. DIA
AIR IN
N
3-1/4
3-1/4
C
M
F
G
H
7/8
7/8
D
AIR IN
AIR IN
6-1/2
6-1/2
E
J
L
AIR IN
B
P
A SQ
D DIA VAPOR LINE CONN
AIR DISCHARGE
1 1 / 4″
2 7/ 8″
23-1/2
27-1/4
27-/12
G
29-1/8
29-1/8
H
DIMENSIONS (IN.)
20
20
J
26-3/8
26-3/8
K
29-9/16
29-9/16
L
13-3/4
15
M
C
15-5/8
15-3/4
N
3/8-IN. DIA LIQUID
LINE CONN
15
15-1/2
P
FIELD CONTROL SUPPLY
CONN 7/8-IN. DIA HOLE
FIELD POWER SUPPLY CONN
7/8-IN. DIA HOLE WITH
1 1/8-IN. DIA KNOCKOUT
AND 1 3/8-IN. DIA KNOCKOUT
NOTES:
1. Allow 30 in. clearance to service side of
unit, 48 in. above unit, 6 in. on one side, 12 in.
on remaining side, and 24 in. between units for proper airflow.
2. Minimum outdoor operating ambient in cooling mode is
55°F, max. 125°F.
3. Maximum outdoor operating ambient in heating
mode is 66°F.
4. Series designation is the 14th position of the unit
model number.
5. Center of gravity .
23-1/2
F
K
AIR DISCHARGE
PH10
—2—
30 x 30
30 x 30
Min Mounting
PAD Dim (in.)
A97071
UNIT SIZE-SERIES
Operating Weight (Lb)
Shipping Weight (Lb)
ELECTRICAL
Unit Volts—Phase—Hertz
Operating Voltage Range
Unit Ampacity for Wire Sizing (MCA)
Min Wire Size 60°C Copper (AWG)*
Min Wire Size 75°C Copper (AWG)*
Max Wire Length 60°C Copper (Ft)†
Max Wire Length 75°C Copper (Ft)†
Max Branch Circuit Fuse Size (Amps)
Compressor Rated Load Amps
Compressor Locked Rotor Amps
Fan Motor Full Load Amps
COMPRESSOR AND REFRIGERANT
Compressor Type
Refrigerant Type
Refrigerant Charge (Lb)
OUTDOOR COIL & FAN
Coil Face Area (Sq Ft)
Coil Fins per In.—Rows—Circuits
Fan Motor HP
Fan Motor RPM
Rated Airflow (CFM)
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
Time-Delay Relay
Outdoor Thermostat
Secondary Outdoor Thermostat
Cycle Protector
Compressor Crankcase Heater
Compressor Start Assist—
Capacitor/Relay
Compressor Start Thermistor—PTC
Compressor Sound Hood
TXV Kits (Hard Shutoff)
High-Pressure Switch
Low-Ambient Pressure Switch
MotorMaster® Control
Ball Bearing Fan Motor
Filter Drier (RCD)
Evaporator Freeze Thermostat‡‡
Isolation Relay‡‡
Liquid-Line Solenoid Valve
Thermostat, Auto Changeover,
Non-Programmable, °F/°C,
1-Stage Heat, 1-Stage Cool
Thermostat, Auto Changeover,
7-Day Programmable, °F/°C,
1-Stage Heat, 1-Stage Cool
Outdoor Air Temperature Sensor (For Programmable
Thermostat)
Backplate for Non-Programmable Thermostat
Backplate for Programmable Thermostat
Thermostat Conversion Kit (4 to 5 Wire)
— 10 pack
048-A
221
242
060-A
238
260
208-230—3—60
187—253
17.5
14
14
51
48
25
12.9
91.0
1.4
208-230—3—60
187—253
27.3
10
10
82
78
35
20.7
137.0
1.4
Scroll
R-22
9.38
10.50
22.40
20—1—4
1/4
1100
3300
25—1—5
1/4
1100
3300
KAATD0101TDR
KHAOT0301FST
KHAOT0201SEC
KSACY0101AAA
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
KSASH2101COP
KSATX0701HSO
KSATX1001HSO
KHAHI0101HPS
KSALA0201R22
KSALA0401AAA
HC40GE232
P504-8163S
KAAFT0101AAA
KHAIR0101AAA
KHALS0401LLS
TSTATPPBHP01-A
TSTATPPPHP01-A
TSTATXXSEN01-B
TSTATXXBBP01
TSTATXXPBP01
TSTATXXCNV10
* The ampacity of non-metallic (NM) sheathed cable shall be that of 60°C (140˚F) conductors per NEC 1999, Article 336-26. If wire used is other than specified
in chart, refer to applicable tables available in 1999 NEC. Copper wire must be used from disconnect to unit.
† Length shown is as measured 1 way along the wire path between the unit and the service panel for a voltage drop not to exceed 2%.
‡ Units may use fuses or circuit breakers (U.S. only).
‡‡ Consult low-ambient control Installation Instructions for application.
N/A—Not Applicable
—3—
PH10
SPECIFICATIONS
REFRIGERANT METERING DEVICE AND LINE SET DATA
UNIT SIZE-SERIES
048-A
060-A
Outdoor Piston Size
70
86
Indoor Piston Size*
76
96
Required Subcooling (°F)†
15
10
METERING DEVICE
REFRIGERANT LINE CONNECTION DIAMETERS (IN. ID)
Liquid Line
3/8
Vapor Line
7/8
7/8
REFRIGERANT LINE DIAMETERS (IN. OD)
Liquid Line (All Applications Maximum Diameter)
3/8
Vapor Line (0–80 Ft Line Lengths)
Vapor Line (Long-Line Applications Maximum Diameter)
7/8
1-1/8
1-1/8
1-1/8
PH10
* Piston listed is for any approved coil combination.
† Charging subcooling for indoor TXV-type expansion device.
ISO 9001:2000
REGISTERED
SOUND RATING (dBA)
.
UNIT SIZE–SERIES
SOUND RATING
048-A
80
060-A
80
MODEL NUMBER NOMENCLATURE
PH10
P
R
048
000
A
A
AA
Variations
Type of Unit
PH10 – Electric Heat Pump
Series
Electrical Supply
P — 208/230-3-60
Variations
A — Standard Unit
Heating Capacity
Refrigerant–R22
Nominal Cooling Capacity
048 – 4 ton
060 – 5 ton
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT USAGE GUIDELINE
ACCESSORY
REQUIRED FOR
LOW-AMBIENT APPLICATIONS
(Below 55°F)
REQUIRED FOR
LONG-LINE APPLICATIONS*
(Over 80 Ft)
Yes
Crankcase Heater
Yes
Evaporator Freeze Thermostat
Yes
No
Accumulator
No
No
MotorMaster® Control
or
Low-Ambient Pressure Switch
Yes
No
Wind Baffle
See Low-Ambient
Instructions
No
Support Feet
Recommended
No
Liquid-Line Solenoid Valve
or
Hard Shutoff TXV
No
See Long-Line
Application
Guideline
Ball Bearing Fan Motor
Yes‡
No
* For tubing line sets between 80 and 200 ft (250 ft total equivalent length), refer to the Residential Split-System Long-Line Application Guideline.
‡ Required for low-ambient controller (full modulation feature) and MotorMaster® Control only.
—4—
1. Ball Bearing Fan Motor
A fan motor with ball bearings which permits speed reduction while maintaining bearing lubrication.
SUGGESTED USE: Required on all units where Low-Ambient Controller (full modulation feature) or MotorMaster® Control has been added.
2. Compressor Crankcase Heater
An electric resistance heater which mounts to the base of the compressor to keep the lubricant warm during off cycles. Improves compressor lubrication
on restart and minimizes chance of refrigerant slugging. May or may not include a thermostat control.
SUGGESTED USE: When interconnecting tube length exceeds 80 ft.
When unit will be operated below 55°F (12.8°C) outdoor air temperature. (Use with low-ambient controller.)
All commercial installations.
3. Compressor Sound Hood
Wraparound sound attenuation cover for the compressor. Reduces unit sound level by about 2 dBA.
SUGGESTED USE: Unit installed closer than 15 ft to quiet areas—bedrooms, etc.
Unit installed between 2 houses less than 10 ft apart.
4. Cycle Protector
Solid-state timing device which prevents compressor rapid recycling. Control provides an approximate 5-minute delay after power to the compressor has
been interrupted for any reason, including normal room thermostat cycling.
SUGGESTED USE: Installations in areas where power interruptions are frequent.
Where user is likely to play with room thermostat.
All commercial installations.
Installations where interconnecting tube length exceeds 80 ft.
High-rise applications.
5. Evaporator Freeze Thermostat
An SPST temperature actuated switch which stops unit operation when evaporator reaches freeze-up conditions.
SUGGESTED USE: All units where Low-Ambient Controller has been added.
6. Filter Drier—Bi-Flow
A device for removing contaminants from refrigerant circulating in a heat pump system: 2-direction flow.
SUGGESTED USE: All field-connected split-system heat pumps.
7. High-Pressure Switch
Auto reset SPST switch activated by refrigerant pressure on high side of refrigerant circuit. Cycles compressor off if refrigerant pressure rises to about
426 ± 7 psig and resets at 320 ± 20 psig. Provides protection against compressor damage due to loss of outdoor airflow. To prevent rapid compressor
recycling, Cycle Protector can be used with this switch.
SUGGESTED USE: Installations exposed to very ‘‘dirty’’ outdoor air.
Installations where condenser inlet air temperature exceeds 125°F (51.7°C).
8. Isolation Relay
An SPDT relay which switches the Low-Ambient Controller out of the outdoor fan motor circuit when the heat pump switches to heating mode.
SUGGESTED USE: All heat pumps where Low-Ambient Controller has been added.
9. Liquid-Line Solenoid Valve
An electrically operated shutoff valve to be installed at the outdoor or indoor unit (depending on tubing configuration) which stops and starts refrigerant
liquid flow in response to compressor operation. Maintains a column of refrigerant liquid ready for action at next compressor operation cycle.
SUGGESTED USE: For improved system performance in heat pumps for certain combinations of indoor and outdoor units. Refer to ARI Unitary Directory.
In certain long-line applications. Refer to the Residential Split System Long-Line Application Guideline.
10. Low-Ambient Pressure Switch
A long life pressure switch which is mounted to outdoor unit service valve. It is designed to cycle the outdoor fan motor in order to maintain head pressure
within normal operating limits (approximately 100 psig to 225 psig). The control will maintain working head pressure at low-ambient temperatures down to
0°F (–17.8°C) when properly installed.
SUGGESTED USE: Cooling operation at outdoor temperatures below 55°F (12.8°C).
11. MotorMaster® Control
A fan speed control device activated by a temperature sensor. Designed to control condenser fan motor speed in response to the saturated, condensing
temperature during operation in cooling mode only. For outdoor temperatures down to –20°F, it maintains condensing temperature at 100°F ± 10°F.
SUGGESTED USE: Cooling operation at outdoor temperatures below 55°F (12.8°C).
All commercial installations.
12. Outdoor Air Temperature Sensor
A device that allows the temperature at a remote location (outdoors) to be displayed at the thermostat.
SUGGESTED USE: All Payne programmable thermostats.
13. Outdoor Thermostat
An SPDT temperature-actuated switch which turns on supplemental electric heaters when outdoor air temperature drops below set point.
SUGGESTED USE: Heat pump installations with multiple-stage supplemental heaters.
14. Secondary Outdoor Thermostat
An SPDT temperature actuated switch which turns on third-stage of supplemental electric heaters when outdoor air temperature drops below the secondstage set point.
SUGGESTED USE: Heat pump installations where 3-stage operation of supplemental heaters is desired.
15. Thermostatic Expansion Valve (TXV)—Bi-Flow
A modulating flow control valve which meters refrigerant liquid flow rate into the evaporator in response to the superheat of the refrigerant gas leaving the
evaporator. Kit includes valve, adapter tubes, and external equalizer tube.
SUGGESTED USE: For improved system performance in cooling mode for certain combinations of indoor and outdoor units. Refer to ARI Unitary Directory.
16. Time-Delay Relay
An SPST delay relay which briefly continues operation of the indoor blower motor to provide additional cooling after the compressor cycles off.
SUGGESTED USE: For improved efficiency ratings for certain combinations of indoor and outdoor units. Refer to ARI Unitary Directory.
—5—
PH10
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION AND USAGE (Listed Alphabetically)
COMBINATION RATINGS
ARI STANDARD RATINGS**
Cooling
SEER
UNIT SIZESERIES
INDOOR
UNIT
FactorySupplied
Enhancement
Payne Gas
Furnace
Standard Accessory or Accessory
Rating
TXV
TDR†
High-Temp
Heating
Low-Temp
PH10
TC
EER
TC
COP
TC
COP
HSPF
*PF1MNB048
45,500
TDR
10.00
—
—
9.15
47,000
3.20
30,200
2.34
7.20
CAR**4817A**
45,000
TXV
—
—
10.00
9.20
46,500
3.28
28,600
2.44
7.20
CAR**4821A**
45,000
TXV
—
—
10.00
9.20
46,500
3.28
29,000
2.44
7.20
CAR**4824A**
45,000
TXV
—
—
10.00
9.20
46,500
3.28
29,000
2.44
7.20
CAR**6021A**
47,000
TXV
—
—
10.20
9.50
45,500
3.30
29,000
2.46
7.20
CAR**6024A**
47,000
TXV
—
—
10.20
9.40
45,500
3.30
29,000
2.46
7.20
CC5A/CD5AA060
45,000
NONE
—
10.00
10.00
9.25
46,500
3.06
29,800
2.30
7.20
CC5A/CD5AC048
43,500
NONE
—
10.00
10.00
9.15
46,000
2.94
29,400
2.26
7.00
CC5A/CD5AW048
45,000
NONE
—
10.00
10.00
9.15
46,500
3.12
29,800
2.32
7.20
CC5A/CD5AW060
46,000
NONE
—
10.00
10.00
9.40
47,000
3.22
29,800
2.36
7.20
CD5AA048
45,000
NONE
—
10.00
10.00
9.20
46,500
3.12
29,800
2.32
7.20
CE3AA048
45,000
NONE
—
10.00
10.00
9.35
47,000
3.12
29,600
2.34
7.20
CE3AA060
46,000
NONE
—
10.00
10.00
9.45
47,000
3.18
29,800
2.38
7.50
CF5AA048
44,500
NONE
—
10.00
10.00
9.30
46,500
2.94
29,000
2.28
7.20
CK3BA048
45,000
NONE
—
10.00
10.00
9.25
46,500
3.16
29,800
2.36
7.20
CK3BA060
45,000
NONE
—
10.00
10.00
9.40
46,500
3.30
30,000
2.40
7.20
CK5A/CK5BA048
45,000
NONE
—
10.00
10.00
9.25
46,500
3.16
29,800
2.36
7.20
048-A
CK5A/CK5BA060
45,000
NONE
—
10.00
10.00
9.40
46,500
3.30
30,000
2.40
7.20
CK5A/CK5BT048
45,000
NONE
—
10.00
10.00
9.25
46,500
3.16
29,800
2.36
7.20
CK5A/CK5BT060
45,000
NONE
—
10.00
10.00
9.40
46,500
3.30
30,000
2.40
7.20
CK5A/CK5BW048
45,000
NONE
—
10.00
10.00
9.25
46,500
3.16
29,800
2.36
7.20
CK5A/CK5BX060
46,000
NONE
—
10.00
10.00
9.50
47,000
3.28
30,000
2.42
7.20
CNRV*4821A**
45,000
TXV
—
—
10.00
9.20
46,500
3.28
29,000
2.44
7.20
CNRV*4824A**
45,000
TXV
—
—
10.00
9.20
46,500
3.28
29,000
2.44
7.20
CNRV*6024A**
47,000
TXV
—
—
10.20
9.50
45,500
3.28
29,000
2.46
7.20
CNRH*4821A**
46,000
TXV
—
—
10.00
9.40
46,500
3.28
29,000
2.44
7.20
CNRH*6024A**
47,000
TXV
—
—
10.20
9.50
45,500
3.28
29,000
2.46
7.20
CNRF*4818A**
45,000
TXV
—
—
10.00
9.20
46,000
3.18
28,600
2.40
7.20
CSRH*4812A**
46,000
TXV
—
—
10.00
9.20
46,500
3.32
29,000
2.46
7.20
CSRH*6012A**
47,000
TXV
—
—
10.20
9.50
45,500
3.36
29,000
2.48
7.20
PF1MNB060
46,500
TDR
10.00
—
—
9.20
47,000
3.22
30,400
2.36
7.50
PF1MNB070
47,000
TDR
10.00
—
—
9.45
42,500
3.30
30,400
2.42
7.50
PF1MNC048
46,000 TDR&TXV 10.00
—
—
9.30
47,000
3.30
29,400
2.44
7.20
PF1MNC060
47,000 TDR&TXV 10.00
—
—
9.40
46,000
3.32
29,400
2.44
7.20
*PF1MNB060
56,000
TDR
10.10
—
—
9.00
58,000
3.16
38,500
2.38
7.50
CAR**6021A**
55,000
TXV
—
—
10.20
9.40
56,000
3.20
38,500
2.48
7.20
CAR**6024A**
56,000
TXV
—
—
10.50
9.40
55,000
3.18
39,000
2.48
7.20
CC5A/CD5AA060
53,500
NONE
—
10.20
10.20
9.15
56,000
2.94
37,200
2.30
7.00
CC5A/CD5AW060
55,500
NONE
—
10.50
10.50
9.30
56,500
3.14
37,600
2.40
7.50
CE3AA060
56,000
NONE
—
10.20
10.20
9.35
56,500
3.16
37,600
2.40
7.50
CK3BA060
53,500
NONE
—
10.20
10.20
9.30
56,000
3.06
37,200
2.36
7.00
060-A
CK5A/CK5BA060
53,500
NONE
—
10.20
10.20
9.30
56,000
3.06
37,200
2.36
7.00
CK5A/CK5BT060
53,500
NONE
—
10.20
10.20
9.30
56,000
3.06
37,200
2.36
7.00
CK5A/CK5BX060
55,500
NONE
—
10.50
10.50
9.40
56,500
3.20
37,800
2.42
7.50
CNRV*6024A**
56,000
TXV
—
—
10.50
9.40
56,000
3.26
39,000
2.48
7.20
CNRH*6024A**
56,000
TXV
—
—
10.50
9.40
56,000
3.26
39,000
2.48
7.20
CSRH*6012A**
56,000
TXV
—
—
10.50
9.50
56,000
3.30
39,000
2.50
7.20
PF1MNB070
56,500
TDR
10.50
—
—
9.00
57,000
3.32
38,000
2.46
7.50
PF1MNC060
57,000 TDR&TXV 10.50
—
—
9.50
56,500
3.22
39,000
2.46
7.50
* Outdoor section/indoor section combination tested in accordance with DOE test procedures for heat pumps. Ratings for other combinations are determined
under DOE computer simulation procedures.
† In most cases, only 1 method should be used to achieve TDR function. Using more than 1 method in a system may cause degradation in performance. Use
either the accessory Time-Delay Relay KAATD0101TDR or a furnace equipped with TDR. All Payne furnaces are equipped with TDR.
‡ Requires hard shutoff TXV; based on computer simulation.
** Ratings are net values reflecting the effects of circulating fan heat. Supplemental electric heat is not included.
Ratings are based on:
Cooling Standard: 80°F (27°C) db, 67°F (19°C) wb indoor entering air temperature and 95°F (35°C) db air entering outdoor unit.
High-Temperature Heating Standard: 70°F (21°C) db indoor entering air temperature and 47°C (8°C) db 43°F (6°C) wb air entering outdoor unit.
Low-Temperature Heating Standard: 70°F (21°C) db indoor entering air temperature and 17°F (–9°C) db, 15°F (–10°C) wb air entering outdoor unit.
COP — Coefficient of Performance
EER — Energy Efficiency Ratio
HSPF — Heating Seasonal Performance Factor
SEER — Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio
TC
— Total Capacity (Btuh)
TDR — Time-Delay Relay
TXV — Thermostatic Expansion Valve
—6—
DETAILED COOLING CAPACITIES*
EVAP
AIR
CFM
EWB
85
Capacity
MBtuh†
Total
Sens‡
Total
Sys
kW**
CONDENSER ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES °F
95
105
Capacity
Capacity
Total
Total
MBtuh†
MBtuh†
Sys
Sys
kW**
kW**
Total
Sens‡
Total
Sens‡
115
Capacity
MBtuh†
Total
Sens‡
Total
Sys
kW**
1500
1600
1700
Indoor
Section
CAR**
CC5A/CD5AA
CC5A/CD5AC
CC5A/CD5AW
CD5AA
CE3AA
CF5AA
CK3BA
CK5A/CK5BA
51.2
46.9
43.7
43.2
42.5
51.5
47.3
44.0
43.6
43.2
51.8
47.6
44.2
44.0
43.8
Size
4817A**
4821A**
4824A**
6021A**
6024A**
060
048
048
048
048
060
048
048
060
048
060
—
26.1
33.8
32.8
41.0
42.5
26.7
34.8
33.7
42.3
43.2
27.3
35.8
34.6
43.4
43.8
4.53
48.8
25.3
4.96
46.4
24.4
4.44
44.7
32.9
4.87
42.4
32.0
4.38
41.6
31.9
4.80
39.4
30.9
4.37
41.2
40.0
4.79
39.2
38.8
4.35
40.8
40.8
4.78
39.0
39.0
4.58
49.1
25.9
5.01
46.6
25.0
4.49
45.0
33.9
4.92
42.6
33.0
4.42
41.8
32.8
4.85
39.6
31.8
4.42
41.6
41.1
4.84
39.6
39.6
4.41
41.5
41.5
4.84
39.6
39.6
4.63
49.4
26.4
5.06
46.8
25.5
4.54
45.3
34.9
4.97
42.9
34.0
4.47
42.1
33.7
4.90
39.8
32.8
4.47
42.1
42.0
4.90
40.2
40.2
4.46
42.0
42.0
4.90
40.2
40.2
Multipliers for Determining the Performance With Other Indoor Sections
Cooling
Indoor
Capacity
Power
Section
Size
0.98
0.94
CK5A/CK5BT
048
0.98
0.95
060
0.98
0.96
CK5A/CK5BW
048
1.00
0.96
CK5A/CK5BX
060
1.00
0.96
CNRV*
4821A**
0.99
0.99
4824A**
0.97
0.98
6024A**
0.98
0.98
CNRH*
4821A**
0.98
0.98
6024A**
0.99
0.98
CNRF*
4818A**
1.02
0.98
CSRH*
4812A**
1.00
0.98
6012A**
0.99
0.98
PF1MNB
048
1.03
1.00
060
0.99
0.98
070
1.01
0.99
PF1MNC
048
—
—
060
See notes on page 8.
—7—
5.44
5.33
5.26
5.25
5.25
5.49
5.39
5.31
5.31
5.31
5.54
5.44
5.36
5.37
5.37
43.7
40.0
37.0
37.1
37.1
43.9
40.2
37.2
37.7
37.7
44.1
40.4
37.4
38.2
38.2
23.5
31.0
29.9
37.1
37.1
24.1
32.0
30.8
37.7
37.7
24.6
33.0
31.7
38.2
38.2
5.95
5.84
5.75
5.76
5.76
6.00
5.89
5.80
5.82
5.82
6.05
5.94
5.85
5.88
5.88
Cooling
Capacity
0.99
1.01
0.99
1.03
0.98
0.98
1.00
0.98
1.00
0.98
0.98
1.00
1.00
1.02
1.06
0.98
1.00
Power
0.98
0.99
0.98
1.00
0.95
0.95
0.96
0.95
0.96
0.96
0.95
0.95
1.00
1.02
1.02
0.96
0.97
PH10
PH10PR048-A Outdoor Section With PF1MNB048 Indoor Section
72
67
63††
62
57
72
67
63††
62
57
72
67
63††
62
57
DETAILED COOLING CAPACITIES* Continued
EVAP
AIR
CFM
EWB
85
Capacity
MBtuh†
Total
Sens‡
Total
Sys
kW**
CONDENSER ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES °F
95
105
Capacity
Capacity
Total
Total
MBtuh†
MBtuh†
Sys
Sys
kW**
kW**
Total
Sens‡
Total
Sens‡
115
Capacity
MBtuh†
Total
Sens‡
Total
Sys
kW**
54.7
49.7
46.0
46.3
46.3
54.9
49.9
46.2
46.8
46.8
55.0
50.0
46.3
47.3
47.3
7.46
7.31
7.19
7.20
7.20
7.52
7.37
7.26
7.27
7.28
7.58
7.43
7.32
7.35
7.35
PH10PR060-A Outdoor Section With PF1MNB060 Indoor Section
1900
2000
PH10
2100
72
67
63††
62
57
72
67
63††
62
57
72
67
63††
62
57
Indoor
Section
CAR**
CC5A/CD5AA
CC5A/CD5AW
CE3AA
CK3BA
CK5A/CK5BA
CK5A/CK5BT
64.2
58.6
54.4
53.7
53.0
64.5
58.9
54.7
54.2
53.7
64.8
59.1
55.0
54.6
54.3
Size
6021A**
6024A**
060
060
060
060
060
060
32.6
42.4
41.0
51.5
53.0
33.2
43.4
42.0
52.8
53.7
33.7
44.4
42.9
53.9
54.3
5.73
61.2
31.5
6.25
58.0
30.4
5.61
55.8
41.2
6.13
52.8
40.1
5.53
51.8
39.9
6.04
49.0
38.7
5.51
51.3
50.2
6.03
48.7
48.6
5.50
50.9
50.9
6.02
48.7
48.7
5.79
61.4
32.1
6.32
58.1
31.0
5.67
56.0
42.2
6.19
53.0
41.0
5.59
52.0
40.8
6.10
49.1
39.6
5.58
51.6
51.3
6.09
49.2
49.2
5.57
51.5
51.5
6.09
49.2
49.2
5.85
61.6
32.6
6.38
58.4
31.5
5.73
56.1
43.2
6.25
53.1
42.0
5.64
52.1
41.7
6.16
49.4
40.5
5.64
52.2
52.1
6.16
49.8
49.8
5.63
52.1
52.1
6.16
49.7
49.7
Multipliers for Determining the Performance With Other Indoor Sections
Cooling
Indoor
Capacity
Power
Section
Size
1.00
0.94
CK5A/CK5BX
060
1.00
0.94
CNRV*
6024A**
0.96
0.96
CNRH*
6024A**
0.99
0.97
CSRH*
6012A**
1.01
0.97
PF1MNB
060
1.01
0.96
070
0.97
0.95
PF1MNC
060
0.97
0.95
—
6.83
6.69
6.60
6.59
6.59
6.89
6.76
6.66
6.66
6.66
6.95
6.82
6.72
6.73
6.73
29.3
38.9
37.4
46.3
46.3
29.8
39.9
38.3
46.8
46.8
30.4
40.8
39.2
47.3
47.3
Cooling
Capacity
1.01
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.03
1.00
—
Power
0.96
0.95
0.95
0.94
1.00
0.99
0.97
—
NOTE: When the required data fall between the published data, interpolation may be performed. Extrapolation is not an acceptable practice.
*Detailed cooling capacities are based on indoor and outdoor unit at the same elevation and connected by 25 ft (4.59m) of tubing. If other than 25 ft
(4.59m) of tubing is used and/or indoor unit is located above outdoor unit, a slight variation in capacity may occur.
† Total and sensible capacities are net capacities. Blower motor heat has been subtracted.
‡ Sensible capacities shown are based on 80°F (27°C) entering air at the indoor coil. For sensible capacities at other than 80°F (27°C), deduct 835
Btuh (245 kW) per 1000 CFM (480 L/S) of indoor coil air for each degree below 80°F (27°C), or add 835 Btuh (245 kW) per 1000 CFM (480 L/S) of
indoor coil air per degree above 80°F (27°C).
** System kW is total of indoor and outdoor unit kilowatts.
††At TVA rating indoor condition (75°F edb/63°F ewb). All other indoor air temperatures are at 80°F edb.
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HEAT PUMP HEATING PERFORMANCE
OUTDOOR COIL ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES °F
–3
7
17
27
37
47
57
67
Capacity Total Capacity Total Capacity Total Capacity Total Capacity Total Capacity Total Capacity Total Capacity Total
MBtuh† Pwr MBtuh† Pwr MBtuh† Pwr MBtuh† Pwr MBtuh† Pwr MBtuh† Pwr MBtuh† Pwr MBtuh† Pwr
CFM Total Int kW‡ Total Int kW‡ Total Int kW‡ Total Int kW‡ Total Int kW‡ Total Int kW‡ Total Int kW‡ Total Int kW‡
INDOOR
AIR
EDB
65
70
75
26.4
26.5
26.7
26.0
26.2
26.4
25.5
25.7
25.9
24.2
24.4
24.6
23.9
24.1
24.3
23.4
23.6
23.8
Indoor
Section
CAR**
CC5A/CD5AA
CC5A/CD5AC
CC5A/CD5AW
CD5AA
CE3AA
CF5AA
CK3BA
CK5A/CK5BA
3.76
3.79
3.82
3.90
3.93
3.96
4.03
4.06
4.09
30.0
30.1
30.3
29.6
29.8
30.0
29.3
29.5
29.7
27.5 3.79 33.5 30.6 3.80 37.2 33.0 3.83 40.9 37.2 3.87 45.2 45.2
27.7 3.81 33.7 30.7 3.82 37.4 33.2 3.84 41.1 37.4 3.87 45.5 45.5
27.9 3.83 33.9 30.9 3.84 37.6 33.4 3.85 41.3 37.6 3.88 45.7 45.7
27.2 3.94 33.2 30.3 3.96 36.8 32.7 3.99 40.5 36.8 4.04 44.7 44.7
27.4 3.96 33.4 30.5 3.98 37.0 32.9 4.00 40.7 37.0 4.04 45.0 45.0
27.6 3.98 33.6 30.6 4.00 37.2 33.1 4.01 40.9 37.2 4.04 45.2 45.2
26.9 4.09 32.9 30.0 4.13 36.5 32.4 4.17 40.1 36.5 4.21 44.2 44.2
27.1 4.12 33.1 30.2 4.14 36.7 32.6 4.17 40.3 36.7 4.21 44.5 44.5
27.3 4.14 33.3 30.3 4.16 36.9 32.7 4.18 40.5 36.8 4.22 44.7 44.7
Multipliers for Determining the Performance With Other Indoor Sections
Heating
Size
4817A**
4821A**
4824A**
6021A**
6024A**
060
048
048
048
048
060
048
048
060
048
060
—
Capacity
0.96
0.96
0.96
0.79
0.79
0.99
0.96
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.97
0.95
0.99
0.98
0.99
1.00
—
Indoor
Section
CK5A/CK5BT
Power
0.93
0.93
0.94
0.88
0.88
1.03
1.03
1.02
1.02
1.01
0.96
1.00
1.00
0.96
1.00
1.01
—
CK5A/CK5BW
CK5A/CK5BX
CNRV*
CNRH*
CNRF*
CSRH*
PF1MNB
PF1MNC
See notes on page 10.
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3.96
3.95
3.96
4.13
4.12
4.12
4.30
4.29
4.29
50.4
50.6
50.8
49.9
50.2
50.4
49.3
49.6
49.8
50.4
50.6
50.8
49.9
50.2
50.4
49.3
49.6
49.8
4.12
4.10
4.09
4.29
4.29
4.28
4.47
4.46
4.45
53.2
52.8
53.2
53.6
53.6
53.5
53.6
53.7
53.4
53.2
52.8
53.2
53.6
53.6
53.5
53.6
53.7
53.4
Heating
Size
048
060
048
060
4821A**
4824A**
6024A**
4821A**
6024A**
4818A**
4812A**
6012A**
048
060
070
048
060
Capacity
0.99
1.00
0.99
0.98
0.96
0.96
0.88
0.96
0.88
0.96
0.96
0.85
1.00
0.97
0.90
0.94
0.82
Power
1.00
1.01
1.00
0.96
0.93
0.93
0.92
0.93
0.92
0.96
0.93
0.89
1.00
0.97
0.92
0.94
0.90
4.17
4.11
4.11
4.41
4.36
4.33
4.64
4.60
4.54
PH10
PH10PR048-A Outdoor Section With PF1MNB048 Indoor Section
1500
1600
1700
1500
1600
1700
1500
1600
1700
HEAT PUMP HEATING PERFORMANCE Continued
OUTDOOR COIL ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES °F
–3
7
17
27
37
47
57
67
Capacity Total Capacity Total Capacity Total Capacity Total Capacity Total Capacity Total Capacity Total Capacity Total
MBtuh† Pwr MBtuh† Pwr MBtuh† Pwr MBtuh† Pwr MBtuh† Pwr MBtuh† Pwr MBtuh† Pwr MBtuh† Pwr
CFM Total Int kW‡ Total Int kW‡ Total Int kW‡ Total Int kW‡ Total Int kW‡ Total Int kW‡ Total Int kW‡ Total Int kW‡
INDOOR
AIR
EDB
PH10PR060-A Outdoor Section With PF1MNB060 Indoor Section
65
70
75
1900
2000
2100
1900
2000
2100
1900
2000
2100
28.0
28.2
28.4
27.7
27.9
28.1
27.3
27.5
27.7
25.8
25.9
26.1
25.5
25.6
25.8
25.1
25.3
25.5
Indoor
Section
Indoor
Section
CAR**
CC5A/CD5AA
CC5A/CD5AW
CE3AA
CK3BA
CK5A/CK5BA
CK5A/CK5BT
4.36
4.40
4.44
4.51
4.55
4.59
4.66
4.70
4.74
32.8
33.0
33.2
32.5
32.7
32.9
32.1
32.3
32.5
30.2 4.51 38.2 34.8 4.67 44.0 39.1 4.86 50.9 46.3 5.12 59.4 59.4
30.4 4.54 38.4 35.0 4.70 44.3 39.3 4.89 51.2 46.6 5.14 59.7 59.7
30.5 4.58 38.6 35.2 4.73 44.5 39.5 4.92 51.4 46.8 5.17 59.9 59.9
29.8 4.68 37.8 34.4 4.86 43.6 38.7 5.06 50.3 45.8 5.32 58.7 58.7
30.0 4.71 38.0 34.6 4.88 43.8 38.9 5.08 50.6 46.0 5.34 59.0 59.0
30.2 4.75 38.2 34.8 4.91 44.0 39.1 5.11 50.8 46.2 5.36 59.3 59.3
29.5 4.85 37.4 34.1 5.05 43.1 38.3 5.26 49.7 45.3 5.53 58.0 58.0
29.7 4.89 37.6 34.3 5.07 43.3 38.5 5.28 50.0 45.5 5.55 58.3 58.3
29.9 4.92 37.8 34.5 5.10 43.6 38.7 5.31 50.2 45.7 5.57 58.5 58.5
Multipliers for Determining the Performance With Other Indoor Sections
Heating
Size
Capacity
Indoor
Section
Power
Heating
Size
6021A**
6024A**
060
060
060
060
060
060
Capacity
0.97
0.96
0.97
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.97
0.97
Indoor
Section
CK5A/CK5BX
CNRV*
CNRH*
CSRH*
PF1MNB
Power
0.94
0.93
1.03
1.00
0.98
0.97
1.00
1.00
PF1MNC
5.50
5.52
5.54
5.70
5.72
5.74
5.92
5.94
5.95
69.7
70.0
70.3
68.8
69.0
69.4
68.0
68.3
68.6
69.7
70.0
70.3
68.8
69.0
69.4
68.0
68.3
68.6
6.06
6.08
6.11
6.27
6.28
6.31
6.49
6.50
6.52
79.0
78.8
78.5
78.7
78.9
78.8
78.2
78.4
78.8
79.0
78.8
78.5
78.7
78.9
78.8
78.2
78.4
78.8
6.35
6.51
6.47
6.87
6.85
6.82
7.16
7.16
7.19
Heating
Size
Capacity
Power
Heating
Size
060
6024A**
6024A**
6012A**
060
070
060
—
Capacity
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
1.00
1.00
0.97
—
Power
0.97
0.95
0.95
0.93
1.00
0.96
0.95
—
NOTE: When the required data fall between the published data, interpolation may be performed. Extrapolation is not an acceptable practice.
† The Btuh heating capacity values shown are net integrated values from which the defrost effect has been subtracted. The Btuh heating from supplement
heaters should be added to those values to obtain total system capacity.
‡ The kW values include the compressor, outdoor fan motor, and indoor blower motor. The kW from supplement heaters should be added to these values to
obtain total system kilowatts.
EDB—Entering Dry Bulb
SYSTEM DESIGN
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Intended for outdoor installation with free air inlet and outlet. Outdoor fan external static pressure available is less than 0.01-in. wc.
Minimum outdoor operating air temperature for cooling mode without low-ambient operation accessory is 55°F (12.8°C).
Maximum outdoor operating air temperature for cooling mode is 115°F (46.1°C).
Minimum outdoor operating air temperature for heating mode is –30°F (–34.4°C).
Maximum outdoor operating air temperature for heating mode is 66°F (18.9°C).
For reliable operation, unit should be level in all horizontal planes.
Maximum elevation of indoor coil above or below base of outdoor unit is: indoor coil above = 60 ft, indoor coil below = 200 ft. (See items 8 and 9
following.)
8. For interconnecting refrigerant tube lengths greater than 80 ft or 20 ft vertical differential (250 ft total equivalent length), consult the Residential
Split-System Long-Line Application Guideline available from equipment distributor.
9. IF ANY refrigerant tubing is buried, provide a minimum 6-in. vertical rise to the valve connections at the unit. Refrigerant tubing lengths up to 36
in. may be buried without further consideration.
10. Use only copper wire for electric connection at unit. Aluminum and clad aluminum are not acceptable for the type of connector provided.
© Payne Heating & Cooling Systems 7310 W. Morris St. Indianapolis, IN 46231
Printed in U.S.A.
Manufacturer reserves the right to change, at any time, specifications or designs without notice and obligations
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edition date: 3/06
Catalog No. SS-PH10-09
Replaces: SS-PH10-08