Envision NSZ Installation manual

NSZ/NDZ Indoor Split Installation Manual
Geothermal/Water Source Indoor Split Heat Pump
2 to 6 Tons Single Speed
2 to 6 Tons Dual Capacity
Installation Information
Water Piping Connections
Hot Water Generation Connections
Electrical
Startup Procedures
Troubleshooting
Preventive Maintenance
IM1003SN 08/10
NSZ/NDZ INDOOR SPLIT INSTALLATION MANUAL
Table of Contents
Model Nomenclature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Physical Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Physical Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
General Installation Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-9
Physical Data - Envision Air Handler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Open Loop - Well Water Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-11
Water Quality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Closed Loop - Ground Source Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Hot Water Generator Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-14
Electrical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Thermostat Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Wiring Schematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-17
Microprocessor Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-21
Operation Logic Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
DIP Switch Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Refrigeration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-25
Line Set Sizes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Pressure/Temperature Conversion Chart for R-410A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Thermistor Resistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Operating Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27-28
Pressure Drop and Recommended Flow Rates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Unit Startup and Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30-32
Preventative Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Replacement Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Service Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
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Model Nomenclature
1
2
3
4-6
7
8
9
10
11
N
D
Z
049
A
1
1
A
C
Model Type
N = Envision
Coax Options
C = Copper
N = Cupronickel
Compressor Type
D = Dual Capacity
S = Single Speed
Future Option
A = Standard
Cabinet Configuration
Z = Indoor Split
Hot Water Option
0 = No Hot Water Generator,
No IntelliStart
1 = Hot Water Generator with
factory installed pump,
No IntelliStart
3 = No Hot Water Generator,
IntelliStart
4 = Hot Water Generator with
factory installed pump,
IntelliStart
Unit Capacity
Vintage
A = Current
Voltage
1 = 208-230/60/1
Physical Characteristics
Model
022
030
Compressor (1 each)
Factory Charge R410a, oz [kg]
036
042
048
060
070
026
Single Speed Scroll
56
[1.59]
56
[1.59]
56
[1.59]
74
[2.1]
90
[2.55]
038
049
064
72
Dual Capacity Scroll
92
[2.61]
108
[3.06]
52
[1.47]
56
[1.59]
90
[2.55]
92
[2.61]
104
[2.95]
Coax and Water Piping
Water Connections Size - Swivel- in [mm]
1 [25.4]
HWG Connection Size - Swivel - in [mm]
1 [25.4]
1 [25.4]
1 [25.4]
3/8
[9.525]
Brass Service Valve - Liquid Line - in [mm]
5/8
[15.875]
Brass Service Valve - Suction Line - in [mm]
1/2
[12.7]
3/4
[19.05]
7/8
[22.225]
3/8
[9.525]
5/8
[15.875]
1/2
[12.7]
3/4
[19.05]
7/8
[22.225]
Coax and Piping Water Volume - gal [l]
0.7
[2.6]
1.0
[3.8]
1.3
[4.9]
1.3
[4.9]
1.6
[6.1]
1.6
[6.1]
2.3
[8.7]
0.7
[2.6]
1.3
[4.9]
1.6
[6.1]
1.6
[6.1]
2.3
[8.7]
Weight - Operating, lb [kg]
164
[74]
174
[79]
212
[96]
213
[97]
246
[112]
251
[114]
292
[132]
189
[186]
236
[107]
250
[113]
271
[123]
290
[132]
Weight - Packaged, lb [kg]
184
[83]
194
[88]
232
[105]
233
[106]
266
[121]
271
[123]
312
[142]
209
[95]
256
[116]
270
[122]
291
[132]
310
[141]
NOTES: All units have TXV expansion devices, and 1/2 in. [12.2 mm] and 3/4 in. [19.1 mm] electrical knockouts.
Brass service valves are sweat type valves.
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Physical Dimensions
B
C
A
J
H
M
L
K
E
F
G
D
Model
Height
Width
Depth
Water In Water Out
Service Valve
Liquid
Gas
HWG In
HWG Out
Low
Voltage
External
Pump
Line
Voltage
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
022-030
19.25
22.50
26.50
1.93
6.93
8.44
11.55
13.43
16.43
8.55
10.30
11.80
038-072
21.25
25.50
31.50
2.21
7.21
9.21
12.14
15.83
18.83
7.71
9.46
10.96
Dimensions are in inches.
Decorative molding and water connections extend 1.2 in. [30.5 mm] beyond the front of the cabinet.
Refrigerant line connections extend 2 in. [50.8 mm] beyond the front of the cabinet.
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General Installation Information
Safety Considerations
Duct System
All blower coil units/air coils must be installed as specified
by the manufacturer’s installation instructions; however,
the following recommendations should be considered to
minimize noise and service problems.
WARNING: Before performing service or
maintenance operations on a system, turn off main
power switches to the indoor unit. If applicable,
turn off the accessory heater power switch.
Electrical shock could cause personal injury.
An air filter must always be installed upstream of the air coil
on the return air side of the air handler or furnace. If there
is limited access to the filter rack for normal maintenance, it
is suggested that a return air filter grill be installed. Be sure
that the return duct is properly installed and free of leaks
to prevent dirt and debris from bypassing the filter and
plugging the air coil.
Installing and servicing heating and air conditioning
equipment can be hazardous due to system pressure and
electrical components. Only trained and qualified service
personnel should install, repair or service heating and air
conditioning equipment. Untrained personnel can perform
the basic maintenance functions of cleaning coils and
cleaning and replacing filters. All other operations should be
performed by trained service personnel. When working on
heating and air conditioning equipment, observe precautions
in the literature, tags and labels attached to the unit and
other safety precautions that may apply, such as the
following safety measures:
• Follow all safety codes.
• Wear safety glasses and work gloves.
• Use a quenching cloth for brazing operations.
• Have a fire extinguisher available for all brazing operations.
In applications using galvanized metal ductwork, a flexible
duct connector is recommended on both the supply and
return air plenums to minimize vibration from the blower. To
maximize sound attenuation of the unit blower, the supply
and return plenums should include an internal duct liner
of 1-inch thick glass fiber or be constructed of ductboard.
Insulation is usually not installed in the supply branch ducts.
Ducts in unconditioned areas should be wrapped with a
minimum of 1-inch duct insulation. Application of the unit
to uninsulated ductwork in an unconditioned space is not
recommended as the unit’s performance will be adversely
affected. If the air handler is connected to existing ductwork,
a previous check should have been made to assure that the
duct system has the capacity to handle the air required for
the unit application. If ducting is too small, as in replacement
of heating only systems, larger ductwork should be installed.
All existing ductwork should be checked for leaks and
repairs made accordingly. The duct systems and diffusers
should be sized to handle the design airflow quietly. If air
noise or excessive airflow is a problem, the blower speed
can be changed to a lower speed to reduce airflow. This
will reduce the performance of the unit slightly in heating;
however, it will increase the temperature rise across the air
coil. Airflow must still meet minimum requirements.
Moving and Storage
Move units in the normal “up” orientation. Units may be
moved and stored per the information on the packaging.
Do not stack more than three units in total height. Do not
attempt to move units while stacked. When the equipment
is received, all items should be carefully checked against
the bill of lading to be sure all crates and cartons have been
received. Examine units for shipping damage, removing
the units from the packaging if necessary. Units in question
should also be internally inspected. If any damage is noted,
the carrier should make the proper notation on the delivery
receipt, acknowledging the damage.
Unit Location
Equipment Selection
Locate the unit in an indoor area that allows for easy
removal of the access panels. Location should have enough
space for service personnel to perform maintenance or
repair. Provide sufficient room to make water, electrical and
refrigerant line connections. Any access panel screws that
would be difficult to remove after the unit is installed should
be removed prior to setting the unit. Care should be taken
when units are located in unconditioned spaces to prevent
damage from frozen water lines and excessive heat that
could damage electrical components.
The following guidelines should be used when mating an
Envision Split to an air handler/coil.
• Select R-410A components only.
• Select 13 SEER or higher air handler/coil.
• Match the air handler to the air handler coil data table.
• Indoor matching adjustable TXV should be used with
any air handler/coil. Fixed orifice or cap tube systems
should not be used.
Utilizing Existing Coil or Air Handler
Air Coil Location
It is recommended that a new R-410A air handler be
installed with an Envision Split considering the long term
benefits of reliability, warranty, etc. versus the short term
installation cost savings. However, the existing air handler
may be retained provided the following:
• Coil currently is R-410A rated
• Coil uses a TXV. No capillary or fixed orifice systems
should be used
Refer to the air handler manufacturer’s instructions for the
blower coil unit for details on installing the air handling
portion of the system.
Condensate Drain
Follow the blower coil manufacturer’s instructions.
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General Installation Information cont.
•
•
line sets should be insulated with a minimum of 1/2 in. closed
cell insulation. All exterior insulation should be painted with
UV resistant paint or covering to ensure long insulation life.
A life expectancy of more than 7 years remaining for the
air handler and components
Flush air coil and line set
When utilizing the existing air coil or line set, only flushing
compounds that vaporize should be used; which means
they are packaged in a pressurized disposable cylinder. It is
preferable to use a flushing agent that removes oil, water,
and acid, plus, is biodegradeable and non-toxic. The flushing
agent should be safe to use with both HCFC and HFC
refrigerants. Once a flushing agent has been selected, follow
the instructions provided with the product.
Air Handler Installation
Air handlers used with dual capacity units must be capable
of operating with a minimum of 2 blower speeds. Refer to
the manufacturer’s instructions for the blower coil unit for
details on installing the air handling portion of the system.
All blower coil units/air coils must be installed as specified
by the manufacturer’s installations instructions. However,
the following recommendations should be considered to
minimize noise and service problems.
The first step should be purging the lines or air coil with
nitrogen. Purging with nitrogen first will remove some of
the particulate and residual oil which will allow the flushing
agent to work better. Never blow the flushing agent
through a compressor, filter drier, or txv as it will cause the
components to fail.
An air filter must always be installed upstream of the air coil
on the return air side of the air handler or furnace. If there
is limited access to the filter rack for normal maintenance,
it is suggested that a return air filter grille be installed. Be
sure that the return duct is properly installed and free of
leaks to prevent dirt and debris from bypassing the filter and
plugging the air coil.
When flushing is complete and the final system is assembled,
an acid check should be preformed on the system. Acid test
kits are available from most HVACR distributors.
Ensure that the line set size is appropriate to the capacity of
the unit (refer to Line Set Sizes table). Line sets should be
routed as directly as possible, avoiding unnecessary bends
or turns. All wall penetrations should be sealed properly. Line
set should not come into direct contact with water pipes,
floor joists, wall studs, duct work, floors, walls and brick.
Line set should not be suspended from joists or studs with a
rigid wire or strap which comes into direct contact with the
tubing. Wide hanger strips which conform to the shape of
the tubing are recommended. Isolate hanger straps from line
set insulation by using metal sleeves bent to conform to the
shape of insulation. Line set insulation should be pliable, and
should completely surround the refrigerant line.
Connection to Air Coil
Figures 1 and 2 illustrate typical Envision Split installations.
Reference the Line Set Sizes table for typical line set
diameters and maximum length. Line sets over 60 feet are
not recommended. Longer line sets will significantly reduce
capacity and efficiency of the system as well as adversely
effect the system reliability due to poor oil return. If the
line set is kinked or deformed and cannot be reformed, the
bad section of pipe should be replaced. A restricted line set
will affect unit performance. As in all R-410A equipment,
a reversible liquid line filter drier is required to insure all
moisture is removed from the system. This drier should be
replaced whenever “breaking into” the system for service. All
Notes: Improper installation of equipment may result in
undesirable noise levels in the living areas.
Figure 1: Typical Split System Application with
Remote Blower Coil
Thermostat Wire
From Air Handler
Supply
Duct
Wire To
Thermostat
Return
Duct
Disconnect
Insulated Suction Line
To Drain
Lineset To Air Handler
DHW Out
DHW In
Remote Air Handler
(Maximum Recommended Distance is
60' Between Units)
P/T Plugs
Water Out
Water In
Vibration Absorbing Pad or Air Pad
7
Condensate Drain
(must be trapped)
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General Installation Information cont.
Dual Fuel Systems
In add-on Envision Split applications, the coil should be
located in the supply side of the furnace to avoid condensation damage to the furnace heat exchanger. A high
temperature limit should be installed upstream of the coil
to de-energize the compressor whenever the furnace is
operating. Without this switch, the Envision Split will trip
out on high pressure. A dual fuel thermostat can remove
the Y1 and Y2 calls when a W call is energized to allow gas
furnace backup on an Envision Split application. Refer to
thermostat wiring diagram for details.
Envision units can be connected to fossil fuel furnaces that
include an A-coil or slab coil. Dual fuel installations utilize
the Envision heat pump for heating until the point that auxiliary heat is called for on the thermostat. At that point, the
furnace will be enabled and the heat pump will be disabled.
The Envision heat pump provides air conditioning through
the furnace’s refrigerant coils.
Refer to the furnace manufacturer’s installation manual
for the furnace installation, wiring and coil insertion. A
WaterFurnace Dual Fuel thermostat, a field-installed DPST
relay or dual capacity auxiliary heat relay is required. See
Figure 2 for typical Dual Fuel application.
Figure 2: Typical Split System Heat Pump Coil Add-On
Fossil Fuel Furnace
Maximum Recommended Distance
is 60' Between Units
Supply Duct
Air Temperature Limit Switch to prevent compressor operation
when entering air is greater than
90°F.
"A" or
Slab Coil
Disconnect
Insulated
Suction Line
Lineset To Air Handler
Wire To
Thermostat
Thermostat
Wire From Furnace
Condensate
Drain
(must be trapped)
DHW Out
DHW In
Water Out
Return
Duct
Water In
P/T Plugs
Vibration Absorbing Pad or Air Pad
8
Up-Flow
Fossil Fuel
Furnace
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General Installation Information cont.
Air Handler Sizing Selection
The Envision Air Handlers are designed for R410a refrigerant and should be matched with Envision Split series compressor
section according to the table below.
Air Handler
Indoor Split Model
(Single)
Indoor Split Model
(Dual Capacity)
Outdoor Split Model
(Dual Capacity)
Airflow(CFM)
Electric Heat (kW)
800
5
NAH022A***1R
NSZ022
-
NAH026A***1R
-
NDZ026
NDS026
925
5
NAH030A***1R
NSZ030
-
-
980
5, 10
NAH036A***1R
NSZ036
-
-
1225
5, 10
NAH036A***1R
-
NDZ038
NDS038
1225
5, 10
NAH042A***1R
NSZ042
-
-
1425
10, 15
10, 15
NAH048A***1R
NSZ048
-
-
1625
NAH048A***1R
-
NDZ049
NDS049
1625
10, 15
NAH060A***1R
NSZ060
-
-
1760
10, 15, 20
NAH060A***1R
-
NDZ064
NDS064
1760
10, 15, 20
NAH060A***1R
NSZ070
-
-
1760
10, 15, 20
NAH060A***1R
-
NDZ072
NDS072
1760
10, 15, 20
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Water Piping
The proper water flow must be provided to each unit
whenever the unit operates. To assure proper flow, use
pressure/temperature ports to determine the flow rate.
These ports should be located at the supply and return
water connections on the unit. The proper flow rate cannot
be accurately set without measuring the water pressure
drop through the refrigerant-to-water heat exchanger.
Never use flexible hoses smaller than 1 in. inside diameter
on the unit. Limit hose length to 10 ft. per connection.
Check carefully for water leaks.
Figure 3: Swivel Connections
(Residential Units)
All source water connections on residential units are
swivel piping fittings (see Figure 3) that accept 1 in. male
pipe threads (MPT). The swivel connector has a rubber
gasket seal similar to a rubber hose gasket, which when
mated to the flush end of any 1 in. threaded pipe provides
a leak-free seal without the need for thread sealing tape
or compound. Check to ensure that the rubber seal is in
the swivel connector prior to attempting any connection.
The rubber seals are shipped attached to the waterline.
To make the connection to a ground loop system, mate
the brass connector (supplied in CK4L connector kit)
against the rubber gasket in the swivel connector and
thread the female locking ring onto the pipe threads, while
maintaining the brass connector in the desired direction.
Tighten the connectors by hand, then gently snug the
fitting with pliers to provide a leak-proof joint. When
connecting to an open loop (ground water) system, thread
the 1 in. MPT fitting (SCH80 PVC or copper) into the swivel
connector and tighten in the same manner as noted above.
The open and closed loop piping system should include
pressure/temperature taps for serviceability.
Stainless
Steel
Snap Ring
Gasket
Material
9
Locking
Ring
Gasket
Support
Sleeve
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Open Loop - Well Water Systems
Typical open loop piping is shown below. Always maintain
water pressure in the heat exchanger by placing water
control valves at the outlet of the unit to prevent mineral
precipitation. Use a closed bladder type expansion tank
to minimize mineral formation due to air exposure. Ensure
proper water flow through the unit by checking pressure
drop across the heat exchanger and comparing it to the
figures in the unit capacity data tables in the specification
catalog. Usually 1.5-2 GPM of flow per ton of cooling
capacity is recommended in open loop applications. In
dual capacity units, stage 1 is 70% of the total tonnage.
Therefore, due to only minor differences in flow rate from
low to high, only one solenoid valve should be used. The
valve should be sized for full flow.
Discharge water from the unit is not contaminated in any
manner and can be disposed of in various ways depending
on local building codes (i.e. recharge well, storm sewer,
drain field, adjacent stream or pond, etc.). Most local codes
forbid the use of sanitary sewer for disposal. Consult
your local building and zoning departments to ensure
compliance in your area.
Notes: For open loop/groundwater systems or systems
that do not contain an antifreeze solution, set SW2Switch #2 to the “WELL” position (Refer to the DIP Switch
Settings table.) Slow opening/closing solenoid valves (type
VM) are recommended to eliminate water hammer.
Figure 4: Typical Split System Application Open Loop - Well Water
Thermostat Wire
From Air Handler
Lineset
To Air Handler
Disconnect
Rubber Bladder
Pressure Tank
Water Solenoid
Control Valve
Boiler Drains for
System Flushing
Flow
Regulator
Water Out
Water In
From W ell
Shut-Off Valves
P/T Plugs
Vibration Absorbing Pad or Air Pad
Figure 5: Open Loop Solenoid Valve Connection Option
Figure 9b: Open Loop Solenoid Valve Connection Option
Typical quick operating external 24V water solenoid valve
(type PPV100 or BPV100) wiring.
Typical slow operating external 24V water solenoid valve
(type VM) wiring.
C
R
P1
Violet(2)
CC
VM valve
SV
Acc Com
1
Acc NC
2
Acc NO
3
CC
P3
Comfort
Alert
Solenoid
Valve
Blk(1)
Violet(3)
Y1
Y2
Wht(4)
SV
10
CC-GND
CCHI
Logic Board
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Open Loop - Well Water Systems cont.
Solenoid Wiring
Water control valves draw their power directly from a unit’s
24V transformer and can overload and possibly burn out
the transformer. Check total VA draw of the water valve
and ensure that it is under 15 VA.
Water Quality
In ground water situations where scaling could be heavy
or where biological growth such as iron bacteria will be
present, a closed loop system is recommended. The heat
exchanger coils in ground water systems may, over a period
of time, lose heat exchange capabilities due to a buildup
of mineral deposits inside. These can be cleaned, but only
by a qualified service mechanic, as special solutions and
Material
pumping equipment are required. Hot water generator coils
can likewise become scaled and possibly plugged. In areas
with extremely hard water, the owner should be informed
that the heat exchanger may require occasional flushing.
Failure to adhere to the guidelines in the water quality table
could result in loss of warranty.
Copper
90/10 Cupro-Nickel
pH
Acidity/Alkalinity
7- 9
7-9
7-9
Scaling
Calcium and Magnesium Carbonate
(Total Hardness) less than 350 ppm
Less than .5 ppm (rotten egg smell
appears at 0.5 PPM)
Less than 125 ppm
Less than .5 ppm
Less than 20 ppm
Less than 50 ppm
Less than 2 ppm
Less than .5 ppm
Less than .5 ppm
Less than .5 ppm
Less than .5 ppm
Less than 1000 ppm
(Total Hardness) less than 350 ppm
(Total Hardness) less than 350 ppm
Hydrogen Sulfide
Corrosion
Sulfates
Chlorine
Chlorides
Carbon Dioxide
Ammonia
Ammonia Chloride
Ammonia Nitrate
Ammonia Hydroxide
Ammonia Sulfate
Total Dissolved Solids (TDS)
LSI Index
Iron Fouling
Bacterial Iron Potential
(Biological Growth)
Iron Oxide
Erosion
Suspended Solids
Threshold Velocity (Fresh Water)
+
0.5 to -.05
10 - 50 ppm
Less than 1 ppm
Less than 125 ppm
Less than .5 ppm
Less than125 ppm
10 - 50 ppm
Less than 2 ppm
Less than .5 ppm
Less than .5 ppm
Less than .5 ppm
Less than .5 ppm
1000-1500 ppm
Less than 200 ppm
Less than .5 ppm
Less than 300 ppm
10- 50 ppm
Less than 20 ppm
Less than .5 ppm
Less than .5 ppm
Less than .5 ppm
Less than .5 ppm
1000-1500 ppm
+
< .2ppm
316 Stainless Steel
0.5 to -.05
< .2 ppm
+
0.5 to -.05
< .2 ppm
Less than 1 ppm. Above this level
Less than 1 ppm. Above this level
Less than 1 ppm. Above this level
deposition will occur.
deposition will occur.
deposition will occur.
Less than 10 ppm and filtered for max of Less than 10 ppm and filtered for max of Less than 10 ppm and filtered for max of
600 micron size
600 micron size
600 micron size
< 6 ft/sec
< 6 ft/sec
<6 ft/sec
Note:
Grains = PPM divided by 17
mg/l is equivalent to PPM
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Closed Loop - Ground Source Systems
Multiple Units on One Flow Center
Note: For closed loop systems with antifreeze protection, set
SW2-2 to the “loop” position (see DIP Switch Settings table).
When two units are connected to one loop pumping
system, pump control is automatically achieved by
connecting the SL terminals on connector P2 in both units
with 2-wire thermostat wire. These terminals are polarity
dependant (see Figure 8). The loop pump(s) may be
powered from either unit, whichever is more convenient. If
either unit calls, the loop pump(s) will automatically start.
The use of two units on one flow center is generally limited
to a total of 20 GPM capacity.
Once piping is completed between the unit, pumps and the
ground loop (see figure below), final purging and charging
of the loop is required. A flush cart (or a 1.5 HP pump
minimum) is needed to achieve adequate flow velocity
in the loop to purge air and dirt particles from the loop
itself. Antifreeze solution is used in most areas to prevent
freezing. Flush the system adequately to remove as much
air as possible then pressurize the loop to a static pressure
of 40-50 PSI (summer) or 50-75 PSI (winter). This is
normally adequate for good system operation. Loop static
pressure will fluctuate with the seasons. Pressures will be
higher in the winter months
Figure 7: Typical Split System Application Closed Loop - Earth Coupled
than during the cooling season.
This fluctuation is normal and
should be considered when
To Loop
initially charging the system.
Thermostat Wire
From Air Handler
After pressurization, be sure
to remove the plug in the end
of the loop pump motor(s) (if
applicable) to allow trapped air
to be discharged and to ensure
that the motor housing has been
flooded. Ensure that the loop
pumps provide adequate flow
through the unit(s) by checking
the pressure drop across the
heat exchanger and comparing
it to the unit capacity data
in the specification catalog.
Usually 2.5 to 3 GPM of flow
per ton of cooling capacity is
recommended in earth loop
applications.
GeoLink
Flow Center
Insulated
Disconnect
Lineset
To Air
Handler
Flow Center
Electrical Supply
DHW Out
DHW In
Rubber Hose Connector
Kit CK4L or CK4S
P/T Plugs
Vibration Absorbing Pad or Air Pad
Figure 8: Primary/Secondary Hook-up
Envision to Envision
Microprocessor Units
Dual Capacity
Envision Unit #1
Shut
Down
C
C
SL1 SL1
In Out
Envision to Envision
Microprocessor Units
Single Speed
Envision Unit #1
Shut
Down
C
C
Envision Unit #1
SL1 SL1
In Out
Shut
Down
With pump
wired to Unit 1
With pump
wired to Unit 1
With pump
wired to
Unit 2
With pump
wired to
Unit 2
Shut
Down
C
C
SL1 SL1
In Out
Envision Unit #2
Dual Capacity
Shut
Down
C
C
Envision to
Electromechanical Units
SL1 SL1
In Out
Envision Unit #2
Single Speed
C
C
C
SL1 SL1
In Out
S
To Electromechanical Unit
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Hot Water Generator Connections
Note: Under certain conditions, Envision dual capacity
units operate with very low refrigerant discharge
temperatures, producing little or no water heating
capability. This scenario occurs when the unit is operating
with cold entering source water (loop or well). Allowing
the hot water generator pump to operate during
these conditions actually removes heat from the DHW
circulating through the unit. To overcome this, Envision unit
microprocessors have been programmed to disengage the
hot water generator pump during such conditions. (During
low capacity cooling operation, the pump will operate only
if the DHW temperature entering the unit is less than the
liquid line temperature plus 35° F. During high capacity
cooling operation, the pump will operate only if the DHW
temperature is less than the liquid line temperature plus
60°F.) Using a preheat tank, as shown in Figure 11, will
maximize hot water generator capabilities.
The heat reclaiming hot water generator coil is vented
double-wall copper construction and is suitable for potable
water. To maximize the benefits of the hot water generator
a minimum 50-gallon water heater is recommended. For
higher demand applications, use an 80-gallon water heater
or two 50-gallon water heaters connected in a series as
shown below. A geo storage tank should not be used in this
application unless it is plumbed in a series with an electric
water heater. The geo storage tank is equipped with a
single 4500 Watt element and will not be able to provide
adequate water heating if used as a standalone water
heater. Electric water heaters are recommended. Make sure
all local electrical and plumbing codes are followed when
installing a hot water generator. Residential units with hot
water generators contain an internal circulator and fittings. A
water softener is recommended for hard water applications
(greater than 10 grains or 170 ppm total hardness).
Water Tank Preparation
To install a unit with hot water generator, follow these
installation guidelines.
1. Turn off the power to the water heater.
2. Attach a water hose to the water tank drain connection
and run the other end of the hose to an open drain or
outdoors.
3. Close the cold water inlet valve to the water heater
tank.
4. Drain the tank by opening the valve on the bottom
of the tank, then open the pressure relief valve or hot
water faucet.
5. Flush the tank by opening the cold water inlet valve to
the water heater to free the tank of sediments. Close
when draining water is clear.
6. Disconnect the garden hose and remove the drain
valve from the water heater.
7. Refer to Plumbing Installation and Hot Water Generator
Startup.
Figure 10: Typical Hot Water Generator Installation
Figure 11: Hot Water Generator Installation
in Preheat Tank
3/4˝ x 3/4˝ x 1/2˝ tee
Cold
Hot
Water In Water Out
CAUTION: Elements will burn out if energized dry.
3/4˝ x 3/4˝ x 1/2˝ tee
Cold
Water In
Hot
Water Out
Venting Waste Valve
or Vent Coupling
Venting Waste Valve
or Vent Coupling
DHW
Water Out
DHW
Water Out
P/T Relief
Valve
P/T Relief
Valve
In
DHW
Water In
P/T Relief
Valve
In
DHW
Water In
Drain Valve
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Drain Valve
Drain Valve
NSZ/NDZ INDOOR SPLIT INSTALLATION MANUAL
Hot Water Generator Connections cont.
Plumbing Installation
Hot Water Generator Startup
1.
1. Close the drain valve to the water heater.
2. Open the cold water supply to the tank.
3. Open a hot water faucet in the building to bleed air
from the system. Close when full.
4. Open the pressure relief valve to bleed any remaining
air from the tank, then close.
5. If so equipped, unscrew the indicator plug 1 turn on
the motor end of the pump until all air is purged from
the pump, then tighten the plug. Use vent couplings to
bleed air from the lines.
6. Carefully inspect all plumbing for water leaks and
correct as required.
7. Before restoring electrical supply to the water heater,
adjust the temperature setting on the tank.
• On tanks with both upper and lower elements,
the lower element should be turned down to
the lowest setting, approximately 100°F. The
upper element should be adjusted to 120°F to
130°F. Depending upon the specific needs of
the customer, you may want to adjust the upper
element differently.
• On tanks with a single element, lower the
thermostat setting to 120°F.
8. After the thermostat(s) is adjusted, replace the access
cover and restore electrical supply to the water heater.
9. Make sure that any valves in the hot water generator
water circulating circuit are open.
10. Turn on the unit to first stage heating.
11. The DHW pump should be running. When the pump
is first started, open the inspection port 1 turn (if
equipped) until water dribbles out, then replace. Allow
the pump to run for at least five minutes to ensure that
water has filled the circulator properly. Be sure the
switch for the DHW pump (SW4) is “ON”. The DHW
“OFF” LED on the unit should not be illuminated.
12. The temperature difference between the water
entering and leaving the hot water generator should be
5°F to 15°F. The water flow should be approximately
0.4 GPM per ton of nominal cooling.
13. Allow the unit to heat water for 15 to 20 minutes to be
sure operation is normal.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Inspect the dip tube in the water heater cold inlet
for a check valve. If a check valve is present it must
be removed or damage to the hot water generator
circulator will occur.
Remove drain valve and fitting.
Thread the 3/4-inch NPT x 3-1/2-inch brass nipple into
the water heater drain port.
Attach the center port of the 3/4-inch FPT tee to the
opposite end of the brass nipple.
Attach the 1/2-inch copper to 3/4-inch NPT adaptor to
the side of the tee closest to the unit.
Install the drain valve on the tee opposite the adaptor.
Run interconnecting tubing from the tee to DHW water
out.
Cut the cold water “IN” line going to the water heater.
Insert the reducing solder tee in line with cold water
“IN” line as shown.
Run interconnecting copper tubing between the unit
DHW water “IN” and the tee (1/2-inch nominal). The
recommended maximum distance is 50 feet.
To prevent air entrapment in the system, install a vent
coupling at the highest point of the interconnecting
lines.
Insulate all exposed surfaces of both connecting water
lines with 3/8-inch wall closed cell insulation.
Note: All plumbing and piping connections must comply
with local plumbing codes.
CAUTION: Never operate the DHW circulating
pump while dry. If the unit is placed in operation
before the hot water generator piping is
connected, be sure that the pump switch is set
to the OFF position.
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Electrical Data
Be sure the available power is the same voltage and phase
as that shown on the unit serial plate. Line and low voltage
wiring must be done in accordance with local codes or the
National Electric Code, whichever is applicable. See unit
electrical data for fuse or circuit breaker sizing information.
Rated
Voltage
Model
Voltage
Min/Max
Compressor
MCC
RLA
LRA
HWA
Pump
FLA
LRA*
Ext
Loop
FLA
Total
Unit
FLA
Min
Circ
Amp
Max
Fuse/
HACR
022
208-230/60/1
197/253
14.0
9.0
48.0
17.0
0.4
5.4
14.8
17.1
25
030
208-230/60/1
197/253
20.0
12.8
58.3
21.0
0.4
5.4
18.6
21.8
30
036
208-230/60/1
197/253
22.0
14.1
73.0
26.0
0.4
5.4
19.9
23.4
35
042
208-230/60/1
197/253
26.0
16.6
79.0
28.0
0.4
5.4
22.4
26.6
40
048
208-230/60/1
197/253
31.0
19.8
109.0
38.0
0.4
5.4
25.6
30.6
50
060
208-230/60/1
197/253
41.2
26.4
134.0
47.0
0.4
5.4
32.2
38.8
60
70
070
208-230/60/1
197/253
47.0
30.1
158.0
55.0
0.4
5.4
35.9
43.4
026
208-230/60/1
197/253
16.0
10.2
52.0
18.0
0.4
5.4
16.0
18.6
25
038
208-230/60/1
197/253
26.0
16.6
82.0
29.0
0.4
5.4
22.4
26.6
40
049
208-230/60/1
197/253
33.0
21.1
96.0
34.0
0.4
5.4
26.9
32.2
50
064
208-230/60/1
197/253
40.0
25.6
118.0
41.0
0.4
5.4
31.4
37.8
60
072
208-230/60/1
197/253
42.5
27.2
150.0
53.0
0.4
5.4
33.0
39.8
60
5/6/09
Rated voltage of 208-230/60/1
HACR circuit breaker in USA only
Min/Max Voltage of 197/253
All fuses Class RK-5
* With optional IntelliStart
Thermostat Wiring
Single and Dual Capacity Wiring Diagram
Field low voltage point to point wiring:
From
Thermostat
C
R
G
O
Y1
Y2
W2
L
To Air Handler
C
R
G
O
Y1
Y2
W
To Compressor
Section
C
R
O
Y1
Y2
L
Air Handler transformer must be 75VA.
5/29/08
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Wiring Schematics
Dual Capacity Split Wiring Schematic - 208-230/60/1
Notes:
S
C
1 - 24V Accessory relay (see SW2-3 for description of operation)
2 - This Switch allows the unit to down stage with the t-stat when OFF and finish on
second stage when ON. Finish second stage reduces stage changing in recip
dual capacity compressors and should be ON for unzoned Dual Cap E-Series or
Premier 2 speed units.
3 - Comfort Alert fault output to Premier Control Board
4 - SW2-8 must be in the OFF position for pulsed “L” lockout signal and in the ON
position for constant “L” lockout signal.
5 - DHW pump only in models with hot water generation option.
6 - Connection of remote unit that does not have a loop pump for slave operation.
R
Ext Pump
1/2 hp Total
208-230/60/1
Blue
PB1
2
Pump
Pump
1
1
G
Black
DC SOL
Comfort Alert
Unit Power
208-230/60/1
2
Red
CC
Tan
(16)
Run
Capacitor
G
CS
+
-
Duel Fuel Wiring Diagram
Using Field Installed Relay
L2
DHW
Pump
Brn(15)
NO
Y
Wht(4)
240 V L2
240V L2
CC
Auxiliary Heat Relay
G
NO
NO
NC
NO
COM
CR2
CR3
NC
CR4
COM
Shut
P2
G
Fan
Auxiliary Heat Relay
Note : Field installed DPST dual fuel relay
( Required for dual fuel installation )
COM
= chassis
R
C
P6
8
CC-GND
Legend
Factory Low voltage wiring
Factory Line voltage wiring
Field low voltage wiring
Field line voltage wiring
Optional block
DC Voltage PCB traces
Internal junction
Quick connect terminal
13
7
1
C
2
Y1
3
Y2
4
W
5
O
6
G
7
LO
8
4
5
14
Premier 2
Microprocessor
Logic Control
(DC Voltage)
12
6
15
10
9
2
NOT USED
P1
R
Wire nut
Field wire lug
L1
Ground
Relay Contacts N.O., N.C.
Fuse
1
P2
3
Shut
Down
ECM2
Air Flow
Settings
1
NOTE 6
C
2
C
C
3
SL1 In
SL1 In
4
SL1 Out
Optional
Remote Unit
Without
Loop Pump
SL1 Out
5
Not
6
Used
7
1
Acc NC
2
Acc NO
3
2
3
On
SW2
SW3
On
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Status LED PCB
R
R
R
G
Y
R
SW4
2 Speed / 1 Speed
Normal / Finish on 2nd (Note 2)
No RPM / RPM
Electric Heat / Normal
Envision / E Series or Premier
Thermistor
Light emitting diode - Green
P4
Diagnostic Modes
Normal Display Mode
Field Selection Dips - #1 On, #6 On, #7 On
Drain pan overflow Lockout
FD thermistor (loop<15°F,well<30°F) Lockout
High Pressure
Low Pressure / Comfort Alert
ECM2 RPM < 100 rpm Lockout
Microprocessor malfunction*
HWL thermistor > 130°F
DHW pump switch off
Current Fault Status
Inputs
Outputs
Outputs 2
#1 Off, #6 On, #7 On
#6 Off, #7 On #6 On, #7 Off
#6 Off, #7 Off
Drain pan overflow
Y1
Compressor Lo
Blower Lo
FD thermistor (loop<15°F, well < 30°F)
Y2
Compressor Hi Blower Med
High Pressure
O
RV
Blower Hi
Low Pressure / Comfort Alert
G
FAN
Aux Heat #1
ECM2 RPM < 100 rpm
W
DHW Pump
Aux Heat #2
Not Used
SL1
Loop Pump1
AuxHeat #3
HWL thermistor > 130°F
SL2
Loop Pump 2
Aux Heat #4
DHW pump switch off
----
*Green LED not flashing
NOTE 3
Tan
L
Capacitor w/ bleed resistor
Comfort Alert
Switch- Condensate overflow
4
Main Logic PCB
LED
Drain
Water Flow
High Press
Low Press / CA
Air Flow
Status
DHW Limit
DHW off
G
11
On
1
Test / Norm
Loop / Well
2
Fan / Comp
3
4
Dehum / Norm
5
No Htg3 / Htg3
Inputs / Norm
Outputs/ Norm
Pulse L / Constant L (NOTE 4)
R
R
T
16
Relay coil
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
P3
Acc Com
11
P5
SW1
NOTE 1
1
Down
Auxiliary
Heat Relay
W
CC
Blk(1 )
C
24 VAC
W
240V L1
CCHI
Violet(3)
Violet(2)
Common
R
24 VAC
F1-10A
240V
Yel(6)
Blk(5)
C
Common
R
Fused L2
F1-10A 240V
R
P1
Fault Signal
LO
R
Pink(13)
Fused L2
Comfort C
Alert Y2
Y2
Reversing Valve
L
C
Org(14)
COM
Y1
2 nd Stage Compressor
O
Fossil Fuel
Furnace
Yel(8)
NOTE 5
CR1
1st Stage Compressor
O
Gry(9)
Pink
Blu(17)
Y1
Y2
Blu
3A
Fuse
EZ Split
Thermostat
L1
9
Orange
2
Orange
10
Not Used
3
8
Not Used
1
Pink
12
Yellow
5
Yellow
13
Blue
Pink
6
Blue
7
Black
14
Black
LED Flash Code
Green
Solid
Red
Solid
Code 1
Code 2
Code 3
Code 4
Yellow
Code 5
Code 6
Code 7
Code 8
Code 9
RV
Switch- High pressure
Switch- Low pressure
Switch-Hot Water On /Off
T
HWL
P
T
FD
LP
HP
Comfort Alert Status
Description
Module Has Power
Y1 Present But Compressor Not Running
Long Run Time
System Pressure Trip
Short Cycling
Locked Rotor
Open Circuit
Open Start Circuit
Open Run Circuit
Welded Contactor
Low Voltage
2
3
CA CC CO CR 1 CR 2 CR 3 CR 4 CS F1 and F2 HE HP ER 1 to ER4 LP PB1, PB2 PS RV SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 TS HWL SC SR FD -
1
Polarized connector
Comfort Alert
Compressor Contactor
Condensate overflow sensor
DHW pump relay
Loop pump relay
PSC Fan Speed Relay
PSC Fan Power Relay
Compressor Solenoid**DC Coil**
Fuses
Heater element
High pressure switch
Aux heat stage relays
Low pressure switch
Power blocks
Power strip
Reversing Valve coil
DIP package12 position
DIP package8 position
DIP package5 position
Hot water pump enable switch
Thermal limit switch
Hot water limit sensor
Start Contactor
Start Relay
Freeze Detection Sensor
97P774-31 12 /8/08
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Wiring Schematics cont.
Single Speed Split Wiring Schematic - 208-230/60/1
Notes:
S
C
1 - 24V Accessory relay (see SW2-3 for description of operation)
2 - This Switch allows the unit to down stage with the t-stat when OFF and finish on
second stage when ON. Finish second stage reduces stage changing in recip
dual capacity compressors and should be ON for unzoned Dual Cap E-Series or
Premier 2 speed units.
3 - Comfort Alert fault output to Premier Control Board
4 - SW2-8 must be in the OFF position for pulsed “L” lockout signal and in the ON
position for constant “L” lockout signal.
5 - DHW pump only in models with hot water generation option.
6 - Connection of remote unit that does not have a loop pump for slave operation.
R
Ext Pump
1/2 hp Total
208-230/60/1
Blue
PB1
2
Pump
1
1
G
Black
Comfort Alert
Unit Power
208-230/60/1
2
Pump
Red
CC
Tan
(16)
Run
Capacitor
G
Duel Fuel Wiring Diagram
Using Field Installed Relay
L2
DHW
Pump
Brn(15)
NO
Common
R
24 VAC
C
24 VAC
Fused L2
240V L2
W
240V L1
Auxiliary Heat Relay
G
NO
NO
NC
NO
COM
CR2
CR3
P2
Auxiliary Heat Relay
Note : Field installed DPST dual fuel relay
( Required for dual fuel installation )
COM
= chassis
Yel(6)
Blk(5)
R
Y
CCHI
Violet(3)
Violet(2)
C
P6
8
CC
Blk(1 )
CC-GND
Legend
Factory Low voltage wiring
Factory Line voltage wiring
Field low voltage wiring
Field line voltage wiring
Optional block
DC Voltage PCB traces
Internal junction
Quick connect terminal
13
7
1
C
2
Y1
3
Y2
4
W
5
O
6
G
7
LO
8
4
5
14
Premier 2
Microprocessor
Logic Control
(DC Voltage)
12
6
15
10
9
2
NOT USED
P1
R
Wire nut
Field wire lug
L1
Ground
Relay Contacts N.O., N.C.
Fuse
1
P2
3
Shut
Down
ECM2
Air Flow
Settings
1
NOTE 6
C
2
C
C
3
SL1 In
SL1 In
4
SL1 Out
Optional
Remote Unit
Without
Loop Pump
SL1 Out
5
Not
6
Used
7
1
Acc NC
2
Acc NO
3
1
2
3
On
SW2
SW3
On
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Status LED PCB
G
Y
R
SW4
On
2 Speed / 1 Speed
Normal / Finish on 2nd (Note 2)
No RPM / RPM
Electric Heat / Normal
Envision / E Series or Premier
Thermistor
Light emitting diode - Green
Main Logic PCB
Diagnostic Modes
Normal Display Mode
Field Selection Dips - #1 On , #6 On , #7 On
Drain pan overflow Lockout
FD thermistor (loop<15°F, well<30°F) Lockout
High Pressure
Low Pressure / Comfort Alert
ECM2 RPM < 100 rpm Lockout
Microprocessor malfunction*
HWL thermistor > 130°F
DHW pump switch off
Current Fault Status
Outputs
Inputs
#1 Off, #6 On, #7 On
#6 Off, #7 On
Drain pan overflow
Y1
FD thermistor (loop<15°F, well<30°F)
Y2
High Pressure
O
Low Pressure / Comfort Alert
G
ECM2 RPM < 100 rpm
W
Not Used
SL1
HWL thermistor > 130°F
SL2
DHW pump switch off
--
Outputs2
#6 On, #7 Off #6 Off, #7 Off
Compressor Lo
Blower Lo
Compressor Hi Blower Med
RV
Blower Hi
FAN
Aux Heat #1
DHW Pump
Aux Heat #2
Loop Pump1
AuxHeat #3
Loop Pump2
Aux Heat #4
---
*Green LED not flashing
NOTE 3
Tan
Capacitor w/ bleed resistor
L Comfort Alert
Switch- Condensate overflow
4
P4
LED
Drain
Water Flow
High Press
Low Press / CA
Air Flow
Status
DHW Limit
DHW off
G
11
1
Test / Norm
Loop / Well
2
Fan / Comp
3
4
Dehum / Norm
5
No Htg3 / Htg3
Inputs / Norm
Outputs / Norm
Pulse L / Constant L (NOTE 4)
R
R
R
R
T
16
Relay coil
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
P3
Acc Com
11
P5
SW1
NOTE 1
R
Down
Auxiliary
Heat Relay
W
NC
CR4
COM
Shut
G
Fan
F1-10A
240V
CC
C
Common
R
240 V L2
F1-10A 240V
CR1
P1
Fault Signal
LO
R
Pink(13)
Fused L2
R
Y2
Reversing Valve
L
C
Org(14)
Comfort C
Alert
Y1
2 nd Stage Compressor
O
Fossil Fuel
Furnace
Yel(8)
NOTE 5
COM
1st Stage Compressor
O
Gry(9)
Pink
Blu(17)
Y1
Y2
Blu
3A
Fuse
EZ Split
Thermostat
L1
9
Orange
2
Orange
10
Not Used
3
8
Not Used
1
Pink
12
Yellow
5
Yellow
13
Blue
Pink
6
Blue
7
Black
14
Black
LED Flash Code
Green
Solid
Red
Solid
Code 1
Code 2
Code 3
Code 4
Yellow
Code 5
Code 6
Code 7
Code 8
Code 9
RV
Switch- High pressure
Switch- Low pressure
Switch-Hot Water On/Off
T
HWL
P
T
FD
LP
HP
Comfort Alert Status
Description
Module Has Power
Y1 Present But Compressor Not Running
Long Run Time
System Pressure Trip
Short Cycling
Locked Rotor
Open Circuit
Open Start Circuit
Open Run Circuit
Welded Contactor
Low Voltage
2
3
CA CC CO CR 1 CR 2CR 3 CR 4 CS F1 and F2 HE HP ER 1 to ER4 LP PB1, PB2 PS RV SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 TS HWL SC SR FD -
1
Polarized connector
Comfort Alert
Compressor Contactor
Condensate overflow sensor
DHW pump relay
Loop pump relay
PSC Fan Speed Relay
PSC Fan Power Relay
Compressor Solenoid **DC Coil**
Fuses
Heater element
High pressure switch
Aux heat stage relays
Low pressure switch
Power blocks
Power strip
Reversing Valve coil
DIP package 12 position
DIP package 8 position
DIP package 5 position
Hot water pump enable switch
Thermal limit switch
Hot water limit sensor
Start Contactor
Start Relay
Freeze Detection Sensor
97P774-30 12/8/08
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Microprocessor Control
Startup
Diagnostics
The unit will not operate until all the inputs and safety
controls are checked for normal conditions. At first powerup, a four-minute delay is employed before the compressor
is energized.
The Envision control board allows all inputs and outputs to
be displayed on the LEDs for fast and simple control board
diagnosis. (Refer to the Field Selection DIP Switch SW2-1.)
Hot Water High Limit
(Domestic Hot Water Option)
Component Sequencing Delays
Components are sequenced and delayed for optimum
space conditioning performance.
This mode occurs when the hot water input temperature
is at or above 130°F for 30 continuous seconds. The DHW
limit status LED on the unit illuminates and the hot water
pump de-energizes. Hot water pump operations resume on
the next compressor cycle or after 15 minutes of continuous
compressor operation during the current thermostat
demand cycle.
Accessory Relay
An accessory relay on the control board allows for field
connection of solenoid valves, electronic air cleaners, etc.
The accessory relay has a normally open output and a
normally closed output.
Hot Water Justification
Short Cycle Protection
Since compressor hot gas temperature is dependant on
loop temperature in cooling mode, loop temperatures may
be too low to allow proper heating of water. The control will
monitor water and refrigerant temperatures to determine if
conditions are satisfactory for heating water. The DHW limit
status LED on the unit illuminates when conditions are not
favorable for heating water.
The control employs a minimum "off" time of four minutes
to provide for short cycle protection of the compressor.
Shutdown Mode
A 24VAC common signal to the “shutdown” input on
the control board puts the unit into shutdown mode.
Compressor, hot water pump and blower operation are
suspended.
Heating Operation
Heat, 1st Stage (Y1)
The blower motor is started immediately, the loop pump
is energized 5 seconds after the “Y1” input is received, and
the compressor is energized on low capacity 10 seconds
after the “Y1” input. The hot water pump is cycled 30
seconds after the “Y1” input.
Safety Controls
The Envision control receives separate signals for a high
pressure switch for safety, a low pressure switch to prevent
loss of charge damage, and a low suction temperature
thermistor for freeze detection. Upon a continuous
30-second measurement of the fault (immediate for
high pressure), compressor operation is suspended, the
appropriate lockout LED begins flashing. (Refer to the
"Fault Retry" section below.)
Heat, 2nd Stage (Y1,Y2) Single-Speed Units
The hot water pump is de-energized, which directs all heat to satisfying the thermostat, and the blower changes to
high speed 15 seconds after the “Y2” input (ECM only).
Testing
Heat, 2nd Stage (Y1,Y2) Dual Capacity Units
The Envision control allows service personnel to shorten
most timing delays for faster diagnostics. (Refer to the
Field Selection DIP switch SW2-1.)
The second stage compressor will be activated 5 seconds
after receiving a “Y2” input as long as the minimum first
stage compressor run time of 1 minute has expired. The
ECM blower changes from medium to high speed 15
seconds after the “Y2” input.
Fault Retry
All faults are retried twice before finally locking the unit
out. An output signal is made available for a fault LED at
the thermostat. The “fault retry” feature is designed to
prevent nuisance service calls.
The Comfort Alert will delay the second stage compressor until 5 seconds after it receives a “Y2” from the board.
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Microprocessor Control cont.
Heat, 3rd Stage (Y1,Y2,W) Single-Speed Units
Lockout Conditions
The first stage of resistance heat is energized 10 seconds
after “W” input, and with continuous 3rd stage demand,
the additional stages of resistance heat engage 90 seconds
after the first stage.
During lockout mode, the appropriate unit and thermostat
lockout LEDs will illuminate. The compressor, loop pump,
hot water pump, and accessory outputs are de-energized.
The blower will continue to run on low speed. If the
thermostat calls for heating, emergency heat operation will
occur.
Heat, 3rd Stage (Y1,Y2,W) Dual Capacity Units
The hot water pump is de-energized which directs all heat to satisfy the thermostat. The 1st stage of resistance heat is
energized 10 seconds after “W” input, and with continuous
3rd stage demand, the additional stages of resistance heat
engage 90 seconds after the first stage.
Comfort Alert lockouts cannot be reset at the thermostat.
All other lockout modes can be reset at the thermostat
after turning the unit off, then on, which restores normal
operation but keeps the unit lockout LED illuminated.
Interruption of power to the unit will reset a lockout
without a waiting period and clear all lockout LEDs.
Emergency Heat (W only)
The blower is started on high speed, and the first stage of resistance heat is energized 10 seconds after the "W" input. Continuing demand will engage the additional stages of resistance heat 90 seconds after the first stage.
High Pressure
This lockout mode occurs when the normally closed safety
switch is opened momentarily (set at 600 PSI).
Cooling Operation
Low Pressure
In all cooling operations, the reversing valve directly tracks the “O” input. Thus, anytime the “O” input is present,
the reversing valve will be energized.
This lockout mode occurs when the normally closed low
pressure switch is opened for 30 continuous seconds (set
at 40 PSI). A low pressure fault may also be indicated when
a Comfort Alert lockout has occurred.
Cool, 1st Stage (Y1,O)
Freeze Detection (Water Flow)
The blower motor and hot water pump are started
immediately, the loop pump(s) is energized 5 seconds after
the “Y1” input is received. The compressor will be energized
(on low capacity for Dual Capacity units) 10 seconds after
the “Y1” input. The ECM blower will operate at 85% of
medium speed if in dehumidification mode.
This lockout mode occurs when the freeze detection
thermistor temperature is at or below the selected point
(well 30°F or loop 15°F) for 30 continuous seconds.
IntelliStart
Some models shall be equipped with an optional
IntelliStart. IntelliStart is a single phase soft starter which
reduces the normal start current (LRA) by 60-70%. This
allows the heat pump to more easily go “off grid.” Using
IntelliStart will also provide a substantial reduction in light
flicker, reduce start-up noise, and improve the compressor’s
start behavior. The IntelliStart is self-calibrating and may
take several starts to optimize the compressor’s starting
characteristics.
Cool, 2nd Stage (Y1, Y2, O) Single Speed Units
The blower changes to high speed (85% of high speed if
in dehumidification mode) 15 seconds after the “Y2” input
(ECM only).
Cool, 2nd Stage (Y1, Y2, O) Dual Capacity Units
The second stage compressor will be activated 5 seconds
after receiving a “Y2” input as long as the minimum first
stage compressor run time of 1 minute has expired. The
ECM blower changes to high speed 15 seconds after the
“Y2” input (85% of high speed if in dehumidification mode).
The Comfort Alert will delay the second stage compressor
until 5 seconds after it receives a “Y2” from the board.
Features:
• Automatic adjustment of the compressor starting
current to the available supply voltage —maintaining
constant starting torque and current.
• Supply line impedance monitoring and compensation.
• Automatic compensation for residual backpressure in
the system.
• Monitoring of supply voltage while compressor is
running to prevent motor stalling, causing excessive
currents, under low voltage conditions.
• Light flicker reductions of up to 10:1 over LRA under
the same conditions.
Blower (G only)
The blower starts and operates on low speed.
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Microprocessor Control cont.
Compressor Monitoring/Comfort Alert
pressor alerts are displayed on the module by flashing the
yellow Alert LED a specific number of times consecutively
followed by a pause, and then repeated. The number of
consecutive flashes or “Flash Code” correlates to a specific
abnormal condition. The red “TRIP” LED means there is a
thermostat demand signal “Y” present but the compressor
is not running. The green “POWER” LED means the module
has power.
The Comfort Alert displays abnormal compressor conditions through a unique flash code and communicates the
conditions to the heat pump microprocessor control. The
heat pump microprocessor will determine which fault to act
on and ignore. Fault codes 2 (system pressure), 4 (locked
rotor), 6 (open start circuit), and 7 (open run circuit) will result in a lockout. All other fault codes are passive. All com-
Green "POWER" LED - module has power
Red "TRIP" LED - Thermostat "Y" demand signal is present, but the compressor is not running.
Yellow "ALERT" LED
Flash Code 1
Flash Code 2
Flash Code 3
Flash Code 4
Flash Code 5
Flash Code 6
Flash Code 7
Flash Code 8
Flash Code 9
Comfort Alert Flash Codes
LED Description
Long Run Time
System Pressure Trip
Short Cycling
Locked Rotor
Open Circuit
Open Start Circuit
Open Run Circuit
Welded Contactor
Low Voltage
Cause
Not applicable
Not applicable
Compressor run time of less than 3 minutes on 4 consecutive cycles
Four consecutive compressor protector trips indicating compressor won't start
"Y" thermostat demand signal with no compressor current
"Y" thermostat demand signal with no current in the start circuit
"Y" thermostat demand signal with no current in the run circuit
Current detected with no "Y" thermostat demand signal present
Less than 17 VAC detected in control circuit
* Flash code number corresponds to a number of LED flashes, followed by a pause and then repeated.
* TRIP and ALERT LEDs flashing at the same time indicates control circuit voltage is too low for operation.
* Reset ALERT flash code by removing 24 VAC power from module.
* Last ALERT flash code is displayed for 1 minute after module is powered on.
Resetting Comfort Alert Codes
Alert codes can be reset manually by cycling power off and on to the Comfort Alert module. Alert codes will reset automatically if
conditions return to normal.
Flash Code Number
Flash Code 1
Flash Code 2
Flash Code 3
Flash Code 4
Flash Code 5
Flash Code 6
Flash Code 7
Flash Code 8
Flash Code 9
LED Description
Long Run Time
System Pressure Trip
Short Cycling
Locked Rotor
Open Circuit
Open Start Circuit
Open Run Circuit
Welded Contactor
Low Voltage
Automatic Reset of Alert Codes
Not applicable
Not applicable
Four "alert free" on and off cycles to reset automatically
Four "alert free" on and off cycles to reset automatically
One "alert free" on and off cycles to reset automatically
One "alert free" on and off cycles to reset automatically
One "alert free" on and off cycles to reset automatically
One "alert free" on and off cycles to reset automatically
Resets when voltage rises above 19 VAC
* Reset ALERT flash code by removing 24 VAC power from module.
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Microprocessor Control cont.
Thermostat Displays
thermostat can be configured to show either lockout text
or lockout codes.
Fault Flash
When using a TA32W01 or TP32W02 thermostat and SW28 is in the pulsing “L” position, FaultFlash will enable a user
to view the thermostat and count the fault indicator flashes
to determine the lockout condition the unit is experiencing.
The LED board on the front of the unit will display all
lockouts. The Low Pressure LED will flash for a low pressure condition or a Comfort Alert fault. If the low pressure
lockout was caused by Comfort Alert codes 4, 6 or 7, then
the Comfort Alert will be flashing. If no Comfort Alert code
is visible, then it is a low pressure lockout.
ComforTalk
When using a TP32U03, 04 or 05 thermostat and SW2-8
is in the pulsing “L” position, ComforTalk will enable the
user to view the thermostat and determine the fault. The
The following tables show the codes that will be displayed on the different ComforTalk and FaultFlash thermostats.
FaultFlash Thermostats
ComforTalk Thermostats
TA32W01 and TP32W02 Thermostats
Thermostat Display
Lockout Code
2 Flashes
3 Flashes
4 Flashes
5 Flashes
6 Flashes
7 Flashes
8 Flashes
9 Flashes
10 Flashes
TP32U03, TP32U04 and TP32U05 Thermostats
Thermostat Display
Lockout Code
Lockout Description
High Pressure Fault
Low Pressure Fault
Not Applicable
Water Flow Fault
Not Applicable
Condensate Fault
Voltage out of Range
RPM Fault
Comfort Alert Compressor
Module Fault
Lockout code 10 - see Comfort Alert module to determine the specific flash code for
compressor abnormalities.
"High Pressure" or "E2"
"Low Pressure" or "E3"
"E4"
"Water Flow" or "E5"
"E6"
"Condensate" or "E7"
"Voltage Range" or "E8"
"RPM" or "E9"
"Comfort Alert" or "E10"
Lockout Description
High Pressure Fault
Low Pressure Fault
Not Applicable
Water Flow Fault
Not Applicable
Condensate Fault
Voltage out of Range
RPM Fault
Comfort Alert Compressor
Module Fault
These thermostats can be configured to display the lockout condition "text" or error number.
* A slow flash of 1 second on and off means the heat pump microprocessor SW2-1 is configured
for "Test Mode" or thermostat is miswired.
Lockout code 10 - see Comfort Alert module to determine the specific flash code for
compressor abnormalities.
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Operation Logic Data
OPERATION LOGIC
HEATING
STG1
STG2
COOLING
STG3
EMERG
STG1
FAN ON
STG2
SL1 - IN
ON
SL2 - IN
ON
SINGLE SPEED UNITS
Compressor
On
On
On
Off
On
On
-
-
-
Rev Valve
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
-
-
-
Loop Pump
On
On
On
Off
On
On
-
On
-
DHW Pump
On
Off
Off
Off
On
On
-
-
-
Secondary 1- Out
On
On
On
Off
On
On
-
-
-
Emerg LED
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
-
-
T-Stat Signal
Y1
Y1, Y2
Y1, Y2, W
W
Y1, O
Y1, Y2, O
G
-
-
DUAL CAPACITY UNITS
Compressor-Lo
On
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
-
-
-
Compressor-Hi
Off
On
On
Off
Off
On
-
-
-
Rev Valve
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
-
-
-
Loop Pump
On
On
On
Off
On
On
-
On
-
DHW Pump
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
-
-
-
Secondary 1- Out
On
On
On
Off
On
On
-
-
-
Secondary 2- Out
Off
On
On
Off
Off
On
-
-
-
Emerg LED
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
-
-
-
T-Stat Signal
Y1
Y1, Y2
Y1, Y2, W
W
Y1, O
Y1, Y2, O
G
-
-
DIP Switch Settings
DIP SWITCH
NUMBER
SW1
N/A
1
2
3
SW2
4
5
6
7
8
1
DESCRIPTION
OFF POSITION
NOT USED
Service/Test Mode - Allows control of “NORM” or “TEST” operational
modes. Test mode accelerates most timing functions 16 times to allow
faster troubleshooting. Test mode also allows viewing the “CURRENT”
status of the fault inputs on the LED display.
Freeze Detection Temperature Limit (Water Flow)
This lockout mode occurs when the freeze detection thermistor temperature is at
or below the selected point (well 30°F or loop 15°F) for 30 continuous seconds.
Accessory Relay
Allows field selection of the accessory relay to operate with the compressor
or fan.
NOT USED
NOT USED
Input Diagnostics - Allows viewing the inputs from the thermostat to the
control board such as Y1, Y2, O, G, W, SL1-In on the LED display.
Output Diagnostics - Allows viewing the outputs from the control board
such as the compressor, reversing valve, blower, hot water pump, and loop
pump on the LED display.
Thermostat Selection
Configures the control for a pulsed lockout signal (ComforTalk and
FaultFlash thermostats) or continuous 5 VAC lockout signal.
Single or Dual Capacity Operation
ON POSITION
N/A
N/A
Test
Norm
Loop
(Protection 15° F)
Well
(Protection 30° F)
Fan
Comp
N/A
N/A
Diagnostic Inputs
viewed at LEDs
Diagnostic
Outputs viewed at
LEDs
N/A
N/A
Normal Display
viewed at LEDs
Normal
Display viewed
at LEDs
Pulsed “L”
signal
Continuous “L”
signal
Dual Cap
2
This switch allows the unit to down stage with the thermostat when off and
finish with second stage when on. Finish on second stage reduces stage
changing in reciprocating dual capacity compressors.
Normal All other systems
3
4
ECM Fan Monitoring - Set for No PRM on split systems
NOT USED
On dual capacity units this switch allows stage change: on the fly when off,
and 1 minute delay when on. A delay is required on all reciprocating dual
capacity units.
No RPM
N/A
1 Speed
Finish on 2nd
Unzoned Dual
Capacity
E-Series or
Premier 2 speed
RPM
N/A
Envision
E-Series or Premier
Zoned/Finish on Second Stage
SW3
5
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Refrigeration
The Envision series comes with a holding charge. The
charge must be adjusted in the field based on performance.
Refrigeration piping on the split consists of installing a
brazed copper line set between the blower coil unit and the
unit’s split compressor section. To select the proper tube
diameters for the installation, refer to the Line Set Sizes
table. Line sets over 60 feet long are not recommended
because of oil return and pressure drop problems. The
suction line must always be insulated. Handle and route the
line sets carefully to avoid kinking or bending the tubes. If
the line set is kinked or distorted and it cannot be formed
back into its original shape, the bad portion of the pipe
should be replaced. A restricted line set will affect the
performance of the system.
Figure 14. Nitrogen should be bled through the system at 2
to 3 PSI to prevent oxidation inside the refrigerant tubing.
Use a low silver phos-copper braze alloy on all brazed
connections.
Braze line set to the service valve stubs on the outside
front of the split cabinet as shown in Figure 13. Nitrogen
should be bled through the system at 2 to 3 PSI to prevent
oxidation contamination. Use a low silver phos-copper
braze alloy on all brazed connections. Envision split units
are shipped with a factory charge and service valves are not
to be opened until the line set has been leak tested, purged
and evacuated. Schrader cores should be removed before
brazing. A heat sink should be used on the service valves
and TXV to prevent damage caused by excessive heat.
Fasten the copper line set to the blower coil unit as
instructed by the coil installation instructions shown in
Figure 13: Typical Split System Refrigerant Line
Connections
Service ports for
attaching refrigerant
gauges
Figure 14: Attaching the Air Coil
TXV ("IN" toward condensing unit)
Equalizer Bulb
Insulated
Suction Line
Suction
ccw
Replace caps after
opening system
Liquid
Braze
Connection
ccw
TXV has internal check valve
Liquid
Line
Position
Description
System
Service
Port
CW - Full In
Shipping Position
Closed
Open
CCW - Full Out 1/2 turn CW
Service Position
Open
Open
CCW - Full Out
Operation Position
Open
Closed
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Refrigeration cont.
Leak Testing
After initial charge, the system should be operated and
the system subcooling and superheat verified to the Unit
Operating Parameters table.
The refrigeration line set must be pressurized and
checked for leaks before purging and charging the unit.
To pressurize the line set, attach refrigerant gauges to the
service ports and add an inert gas (nitrogen or dry carbon
dioxide) until pressure reaches 60 to 90 PSIG. Never use
oxygen or acetylene to pressure test. Use an electronic leak
detector or a good quality bubble solution to detect leaks
on all connections made in the field. Check the service
valve ports and stem for leaks and all connections made in
the field. If a leak is found, repair it and repeat the above
steps. For safety reasons do not pressurize the system
above 150 psi. Purge pressure from line set. The system is
now ready for evacuating and charging.
If an air handler manufactured by others is used then
refrigerant should be added to the Envision Split factory
pre-charge. Refrigerant should be added for liquid line
length. This should result in a slightly under-charged
system exhibiting low subcooling and high superheat.
As charge is added, the subcooling should rise and the
superheat should fall.
Charging the System
Charge Method – After purging and evacuating the line set,
fully open the service valves counterclockwise. Add R-410A
(liquid) into the liquid line service port until the pressure
in the system reaches approximately 200 PSIG. Never add
liquid refrigerant into the suction side of a compressor.
Start the unit and measure superheat and subcooling. Keep
adding refrigerant until the unit meets the superheat and
subcooling values on the Operating Parameters tables.
System Evacuation
Ensure that the line set and air coil are evacuated before
opening service valves to the split unit. The line set must be
evacuated to at least 200 microns to remove the moisture
and air that may still be in the line set and coil. Evacuate
the system through both service ports to prevent false
readings on the gauge because of pressure drop through
service ports.
Checking Superheat and Subcooling
Determining Superheat
Charge Amount When Using NAH Air Handler
1.
Measure the temperature of the suction line at the
point where the expansion valve bulb is clamped.
2. Determine the suction pressure in the suction line
by attaching refrigeration gauges to the Schrader
connection on the suction side of the compressor.
3. Convert the pressure obtained in Step 2 to the
saturation temperature by using the R-410A Pressure/
Temperature Conversion Chart.
4. Subtract the temperature obtained in Step 3 from
Step 1. The difference is the amount of superheat for
the unit. Refer to the Operating Parameters tables for
superheat ranges at specific entering water conditions.
The Envision Split is shipped with a factory pre-charge. This
volume of refrigerant is not sufficient to run the system and
additional refrigerant must be added. If using an NAH Air
Handler please refer to the Line Set Sizes table for charge
amounts to be added. The “Factory Charge” column is the
charge amount the compressor section/split is shipped
with from the factory. The “Charge Amount with NAH Air
Handler” column is the total amount of charge for the NAH
Air Handler + Compressor section/split. This column does
not factor in additional refrigerant needed for the line set.
The installer of the system must add charge appropriately
for the specific length of the line set. A 3/8 in. liquid line is
calculated at 0.50 oz. of charge per linear foot, and a 1/2
in. liquid line is calculated at 1.0 oz. of charge per linear
foot using R-410A refrigerant. The suction line will not hold
“liquid” and should be ignored for the charge calculation.
Superheat Adjustment
TXVs are factory set to a specific superheat; however, the
superheat should be adjusted for the application. To adjust
the TXV to other superheat settings:
1. Remove the seal cap from the bottom of the valve.
2. Turn the adjustment screw clockwise to increase
superheat and counterclockwise to decrease
superheat. One complete 360° turn changes the
superheat approximately 3-4°F, regardless of
refrigerant type. You may need to allow as much as 30
minutes after the adjustment is made for the system to
stabilize.
3. Once the proper superheat setting has been achieved,
replace and tighten the seal cap.
Example: NSZ036/NAH036 with 20 ft. of 3/8 in. liquid
line. Remember that when using the NAH Air
Handler, the column “Charge Amount with NAH
Air Handler” will be used. Now calculate for the
additional 20 ft. line set.
Additional refrigerant to be added = (20 ft. x 0.5 oz.) = 10 oz.
Solution: 10 oz. should be added to the recommended
charge of 86 oz. found in the “Charge Amount
with NAH Air Handler” column for a total charge
of 96 oz.
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Refrigeration cont.
Warning: There are 8 total (360°) turns on
the superheat adjustment stem from wide open
to fully closed. When adjusting the superheat
stem clockwise (superheat increase) and the
stop is reached, any further clockwise turning
adjustment will damage the valve.
Determining Subcooling
1.
Measure the temperature of the liquid line on the
small refrigerant line (liquid line) just outside the
split cabinet. This location will be adequate for
measurement in both modes unless a significant
temperature drop in the liquid line is anticipated.
2. Measure the liquid line pressure by attaching
refrigerant gauges to the Schrader connection on the
liquid line service valve.
3. Convert the pressure obtained in Step 2 to the
saturation temperature by using the R-410A Pressure/
Temperature Conversion Chart.
4. Subtract the temperature in Step 1 from the
temperature in Step 3. The difference will be the
subcooling value for that unit. Refer to the Operating
Parameters tables for subcooling ranges at specific
enter water conditions.
Line Set Sizes
Unit
Size
Air
Handler
Suction
20 feet
Liquid
Suction
40 feet
Liquid
Suction
60 feet
Liquid
Factory
Charge
(oz.)
*Charge Amount
with NAH Air
Handler (oz.)
78
022
NAH022
5/8” OD
3/8” OD
5/8” OD
3/8” OD
3/4” OD
3/8” OD
56
030
NAH030
5/8” OD
3/8” OD
3/4” OD
3/8” OD
3/4” OD
3/8” OD
56
78
036
NAH036
5/8” OD
3/8” OD
3/4” OD
3/8” OD
3/4” OD
1/2” OD
56
86
042
NAH042
3/4” OD
3/8” OD
3/4” OD
3/8” OD
7/8” OD
1/2” OD
74
99
048
NAH048
3/4” OD
3/8” OD
7/8” OD
3/8” OD
7/8” OD
1/2” OD
90
115
060
NAH060
7/8” OD
1/2” OD
7/8” OD
1/2” OD
1-1/8” OD
1/2” OD
92
112
070
NAH060
7/8” OD
1/2” OD
7/8” OD
1/2” OD
1-1/8” OD
1/2” OD
108
132
026
NAH026
5/8” OD
3/8” OD
3/4” OD
3/8” OD
3/4” OD
1/2” OD
52
74
038
NAH036
3/4” OD
3/8” OD
3/4” OD
3/8” OD
3/4” OD
1/2” OD
56
86
115
049
NAH048
3/4” OD
3/8” OD
7/8” OD
3/8” OD
7/8” OD
1/2” OD
90
064
NAH060
7/8” OD
1/2” OD
7/8” OD
1/2” OD
1-1/8” OD
1/2” OD
92
112
072
NAH060
7/8” OD
1/2” OD
7/8” OD
1/2” OD
1-1/8” OD
1/2” OD
104
132
NOTES:
* The "Charge Amount with NAH Air Handler" column is based on the charge amount for a NAH Air Handler+Compressor Section/Split.
Additional charge will have to be added accordingly for line set length.
After Charge is added adjustments can be made to get appropriate subcooling and superheat.
Additional charge for R-410A is 0.50 oz. per ft. for 3/8 in. and 1.0 oz. per ft. for 1/2 in. tube.
Longer line sets will significantly reduce capacity and efficiency of the system as well as adversely effect the system reliability due to poor oil return.
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Pressure/Temperature Conversion Chart for R-410A
PRESSURE
(PSIG)
TEMP
°F
PRESSURE
(PSIG)
60
62
64
66
68
70
72
74
76
78
80
82
84
86
88
90
92
94
96
98
100
102
104
106
108
110
112
114
116
118
120
122
124
126
128
130
132
134
136
138
140
142
144
146
148
150
152
154
156
158
160
162
164
166
168
170
172
174
176
178
8.5
9.9
11.2
12.5
13.8
15.1
16.3
17.5
18.7
19.8
21.0
22.1
23.2
24.3
25.4
26.5
27.5
28.6
29.6
30.6
31.6
32.6
33.5
34.5
35.4
36.4
37.3
38.2
39.1
40.0
40.9
41.7
42.6
43.4
44.3
45.1
45.9
46.7
47.5
48.3
49.1
49.9
50.7
51.5
52.2
53.0
53.7
54.5
55.2
55.9
56.6
57.4
58.1
58.8
59.5
60.2
60.8
61.5
62.2
62.9
180
182
184
186
188
190
192
194
196
198
200
202
204
206
208
210
212
214
216
218
220
222
224
226
228
230
232
234
236
238
240
242
244
246
248
250
252
254
256
258
260
262
264
266
268
270
272
274
276
278
280
282
284
286
288
290
292
294
296
298
TEMP
°F
63.5
64.2
64.8
65.5
66.1
66.8
67.4
68.0
68.7
69.3
69.9
70.5
71.1
71.7
72.3
72.9
73.5
74.1
74.7
75.3
75.8
76.4
77.0
77.5
78.1
78.7
79.2
79.8
80.3
80.9
81.4
81.9
82.5
83.0
83.5
84.1
84.6
85.1
85.6
86.1
86.6
87.1
87.7
88.2
88.7
89.2
89.6
90.1
90.6
91.1
91.6
92.1
92.6
93.0
93.5
94.0
94.5
94.9
95.4
95.8
PRESSURE
(PSIG)
TEMP
°F
PRESSURE
(PSIG)
TEMP
°F
PRESSURE
(PSIG)
300
302
304
306
308
310
312
314
316
318
320
322
324
326
328
330
332
334
336
338
340
342
344
346
348
350
352
354
356
358
360
362
364
366
368
370
372
374
376
378
380
382
384
386
388
390
392
394
396
398
400
402
404
406
408
410
412
414
416
418
96.3
96.8
97.2
97.7
98.1
98.6
99.0
99.5
99.9
100.4
100.8
101.2
101.7
102.1
102.5
103.0
103.4
103.8
104.2
104.7
105.1
105.5
105.9
106.3
106.7
107.2
107.6
108.0
108.4
108.8
109.2
109.6
110.0
110.4
110.8
111.2
111.6
112.0
112.3
112.7
113.1
113.5
113.9
114.3
114.7
115.0
115.4
115.8
116.2
116.5
116.9
117.3
117.6
118.0
118.4
118.7
119.1
119.5
119.8
120.2
420
422
424
426
428
430
432
434
436
438
440
442
444
446
448
450
452
454
456
458
460
462
464
466
468
470
472
474
476
478
480
482
484
486
488
490
492
494
496
498
500
502
504
506
508
510
512
514
516
518
520
522
524
526
528
530
532
534
536
538
120.6
120.9
121.3
121.6
122.0
122.3
122.7
123.0
123.4
123.7
124.1
124.4
124.8
125.1
125.4
125.8
126.1
126.5
126.8
127.1
127.5
127.8
128.1
128.5
128.8
129.1
129.4
129.8
130.1
130.4
130.7
131.1
131.4
131.7
132.0
132.3
132.7
133.0
133.3
133.6
133.9
134.2
134.5
134.9
135.2
135.5
135.8
136.1
136.4
136.7
137.0
137.3
137.6
137.9
138.2
138.5
138.8
139.1
139.4
139.7
540
542
544
546
548
550
552
554
556
558
560
562
564
566
568
570
572
574
576
578
580
582
584
586
588
590
592
594
596
598
600
602
604
606
608
26
TEMP
°F
140.0
140.3
140.6
140.9
141.2
141.4
141.7
142.0
142.3
142.6
142.9
143.2
143.5
143.7
144.0
144.3
144.6
144.9
145.1
145.4
145.7
146.0
146.2
146.5
146.8
147.1
147.3
147.6
147.9
148.2
148.4
148.7
149.0
149.2
149.5
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Thermistor Resistance
Thermistor Temperature (°F)
Resistance in Ohms
78.5
9230 -10007
77.5
9460 - 10032
76.5
9690 - 10580
75.5
9930 - 10840
33.5
30490 - 32080
32.5
31370 - 33010
31.5
32270 - 33690
30.5
33190 - 34940
1.5
79110 - 83750
0.5
81860 - 86460
0.0
82960 - 87860
Operating Parameters
Single Speed Models - NSZ022 thru NSZ070
(with NAH Series Air Handler)
Entering
Water Temp
°F
50
70
90
Entering
Water Temp
°F
30
50
70
Cooling -- No Hot Water Generator
NSZ022 thru NSZ060
NSZ070
Water
Flow
Suction
Discharge
Suction
Discharge
Superheat
GPM/Ton Pressure PSIG Pressure PSIG Pressure PSIG Pressure PSIG
1.5
115-150
205-245
115-130
205-245
12-22
3.0
110-145
200-235
110-125
200-235
14-26
1.5
125-160
260-300
125-160
275-300
8-14
3.0
115-150
265-295
115-135
265-295
9-16
1.5
125-160
320-370
125-160
330-370
8-14
3.0
120-150
305-355
120-150
325-365
9-16
Heating -- No Hot Water Generator
NSZ022 thru NSZ060
NSZ070
Water
Flow
Suction
Discharge
Suction
Discharge
Superheat
GPM/Ton Pressure PSIG Pressure PSIG Pressure PSIG Pressure PSIG
1.5
65-85
290-310
65-85
330-360
7-13
3.0
70-90
265-330
70-90
335-365
6-12
1.5
95-120
320-345
95-120
395-430
6-12
3.0
100-125
280-365
100-125
375-405
6-12
1.5
135-155
315-380
135-155
435-485
8-14
3.0
135-156
315-395
135-155
440-490
8-14
NOTES: Cooling performance based on entering air temperatures of 80°F DB, 67°F WB.
Heating performance based on entering air temperatures of 70°DB.
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NSZ022 thru NSZ070
Water Temp
Subcooling
Rise °F
7-14
5-22
6-12
8-12
8-12
5-19
4-16
5-12
6-13
14-22
4-16
5-12
Air Temp Drop
°F DB
18-24
18-24
18-22
18-22
18-22
18-22
NSZ022 thru NSZ070
Water Temp
Drop °F
2-21
7-10
2-21
3-7
2-21
5-11
4-22
5-11
10-20
8-14
10-20
3-10
Air Temp Rise
°F DB
18-24
22-26
21-34
24-33
26-46
25-48
Subcooling
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Operating Parameters cont.
NDZ026 thru NDZ072 (with NAH Series Air Handler)
First Stage Operation
Entering
Water Temp
°F
50
70
90
Entering
Water Temp
°F
30
50
70
Water Flow
GPM/Ton
1.5
3.0
1.5
3.0
1.5
3.0
Water Flow
GPM/Ton
1.5
3.0
1.5
3.0
1.5
3.0
NDZ026 thru NDZ064
Suction
Discharge
Pressure
Pressure
PSIG
PSIG
130-150
193-230
128-153
190-230
130-150
238-282
130-155
238-262
133-148
308-340
138-153
303-333
Cooling -- No Hot Water Generator
NDZ072
Suction
Discharge
Pressure
Pressure
Superheat
PSIG
PSIG
130-150
200-245
8-16
125-140
205-240
8-16
135-150
240-280
6-16
125-145
245-270
6-18
130-155
300-365
7-16
130-165
305-350
7-18
NDZ026 thru NDZ064
Suction
Discharge
Pressure
Pressure
PSIG
PSIG
78-100
275-325
78-110
285-325
105-120
305-350
110-125
305-355
140-155
305-355
145-160
330-360
Heating -- No Hot Water Generator
NDZ072
Suction
Discharge
Pressure
Pressure
Superheat
PSIG
PSIG
85-105
325-385
6-11
90-120
335-375
6-11
100-130
340-400
5-12
110-125
345-395
9-15
130-165
370-430
5-12
140-160
375-425
7-17
NDZ026 thru NDZ072
Subcooling
Water Temp
Rise °F
Air Temp
Drop °F DB
7-14
3-10
4-16
5-11
6-18
7-14
7-20
9-14
9-18
5-10
4-11
5-9
18-24
18-25
18-25
18-24
19-25
17-22
NDZ026 thru NDZ072
Subcooling
Water Temp
Drop °F
Air Temp Rise
°F DB
4-16
4-16
4-16
2-14
2-14
7-15
2-8
3-7
5-12
4-9
8-12
4-9
20-29
20-32
24-32
20-34
24-39
24-39
Second Stage Operation
Entering
Water Temp
°F
50
70
90
Entering
Water Temp
°F
30
50
70
Water Flow
GPM/Ton
1.5
3.0
1.5
3.0
1.5
3.0
Water Flow
GPM/Ton
1.5
3.0
1.5
3.0
1.5
3.0
NDZ026 thru NDZ064
Suction
Discharge
Pressure
Pressure
PSIG
PSIG
120-140
200-245
115-140
195-290
121-136
265-310
123-139
265-310
122-140
310-360
123-139
310-350
Cooling -- No Hot Water Generator
NDZ072
Suction
Discharge
Pressure
Pressure
Superheat
PSIG
PSIG
105-150
210-270
7-17
110-130
215-260
7-15
105-150
280-350
9-15
110-140
285-320
10-16
115-140
325-385
8-14
120-135
330-355
8-14
NDZ026 thru NDZ064
Suction
Discharge
Pressure
Pressure
PSIG
PSIG
72-89
295-350
73-87
305-330
100-120
320-365
105-120
355-365
142-158
360-380
138-152
365-390
Heating -- No Hot Water Generator
NDZ072
Suction
Discharge
Pressure
Pressure
Superheat
PSIG
PSIG
70-100
320-370
7-18
75-90
315-365
7-18
95-130
375-430
6-14
100-125
370-420
6-14
130-165
400-470
6-12
135-160
405-465
7-14
NOTES: Cooling performance based on entering air temperatures of 80°F DB, 67°F WB.
Heating performance based on entering air temperatures of 70°DB.
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NDZ026 thru NDZ072
Subcooling
Water Temp
Rise °F
Air Temp
Drop °F DB
6-14
4-11
6-18
8-16
6-18
7-15
7-16
8-12
7-15
8-12
10-16
8-12
19-26
20-24
19-25
18-24
18-24
17-23
NDZ026 thru NDZ072
Subcooling
Water Temp
Drop °F
Air Temp Rise
°F DB
10-20
10-20
6-18
6-18
4-15
4-15
4-13
4-16
4-10
4-9
6-15
6-12
18-24
18-27
23-34
20-37
28-38
24-42
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Pressure Drop and Recommended Flow Rates
Single Speed
Model
022
030
036
042
048
060
070
GPM
3
4.5
6
8
4
6
8
10
5
7
9
12
5
8
11
14
6
9
12
16
9
12
15
20
12
15
18
24
30°F
0.9
1.7
2.8
4.7
1.5
3.0
5.1
7.7
1.0
2.1
3.6
6.3
0.8
2.1
4.2
7.6
1.1
2.3
3.9
6.7
2.4
3.9
5.7
9.5
3.0
4.4
6.0
9.7
Dual Capacity
Pressure Drop (psi)
50°F
70°F
90°F
0.9
0.8
0.7
1.6
1.5
1.4
2.7
2.5
2.3
4.4
4.1
3.9
1.4
1.3
1.2
2.8
2.7
2.5
4.8
4.5
4.2
7.2
6.8
6.3
1.0
0.9
0.8
1.9
1.8
1.7
3.3
3.0
2.8
5.9
5.5
5.1
0.7
0.7
0.7
2.1
1.9
1.8
4.1
3.8
3.5
6.7
6.3
5.8
1.0
1.0
0.9
2.1
2.0
1.9
3.7
3.4
3.2
6.3
5.9
5.5
2.2
2.1
2.0
3.6
3.4
3.2
5.3
5.0
4.7
8.9
8.3
7.8
2.8
2.6
2.4
4.0
3.8
3.5
5.5
5.1
4.8
9.1
8.5
7.9
Model
110°F
0.7
1.3
2.2
3.6
1.1
2.3
3.9
5.8
0.8
1.6
2.6
4.8
0.6
1.7
3.3
5.4
0.8
1.7
3.0
5.1
1.8
2.9
4.3
7.2
2.2
3.3
4.4
7.3
026
full
load
026
part
load
038
full
load
038
part
load
049
full
load
049
part
load
064
full
load
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064
part
load
072
full
load
072
part
load
GPM
4
6
8
10
3
5
7
9
5
7
9
11
4
6
8
10
6
9
12
15
5
8
11
14
8
12
16
20
6
10
14
18
12
15
18
21
10
13
16
19
30°F
1.4
2.8
4.7
7.0
0.8
2.0
3.6
5.8
1.2
2.2
3.4
4.9
0.9
1.7
2.8
4.2
1.2
2.4
3.9
5.7
0.9
2.0
3.4
5.0
1.8
3.8
6.5
9.7
1.0
2.6
5.0
8.1
3.2
4.5
6.0
7.8
2.3
3.6
5.0
6.5
Pressure Drop (psi)
50°F
70°F
90°F
1.3
1.2
1.1
2.6
2.4
2.3
4.4
4.1
3.8
6.6
6.2
5.8
0.7
0.7
0.7
1.8
1.7
1.6
3.4
3.2
3.0
5.5
5.1
4.8
1.2
1.1
1.0
2.1
1.9
1.8
3.2
3.0
2.8
4.6
4.3
4
0.8
0.8
0.7
1.6
1.5
1.4
2.6
2.5
2.3
3.9
3.7
3.4
1.2
1.1
1.0
2.2
2.1
2.0
3.6
3.4
3.2
5.3
5
4.7
0.9
0.8
0.8
1.8
1.7
1.6
3.1
2.9
2.8
4.7
4.4
4.1
1.7
1.6
1.4
3.5
3.3
3.0
6.0
5.6
5.2
9.1
8.5
8.0
0.9
0.9
0.8
2.5
2.3
2.1
4.7
4.4
4.1
7.6
7.1
6.6
3.0
2.8
2.6
4.2
4.0
3.7
5.7
5.3
4.9
7.3
6.8
6.4
2.1
2.0
1.9
3.3
3.0
2.8
4.6
4.3
4.0
6.2
5.8
5.4
110°F
1.0
2.1
3.5
5.3
0.6
1.5
2.8
4.4
1.0
1.7
2.6
3.7
0.7
1.3
2.1
3.2
1.0
1.8
2.9
4.3
0.7
1.5
2.5
3.8
1.3
2.8
4.8
7.4
0.8
2.0
3.8
6.1
2.4
3.4
4.6
5.9
1.7
2.6
3.7
5.0
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Unit Startup
Before Powering Unit, Check The Following:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
10. Initiate a control signal to place the unit in the heating
mode. Heating set point must be set above room
temperature.
11. First stage heating will energize after a time delay.
12. Check the temperature of both the supply and
discharge water (see Operating Parameters tables).
13. Check for an air temperature rise of 20°F to 35°F
across the air coil, depending on the fan speed and
entering water temperature.
14. If auxiliary electric heaters are installed, increase
the heating setpoint until the electric heat banks
are sequenced on. All stages of the auxiliary heater
should be sequenced on when the thermostat is in
the Emergency Heat mode. Check amperage of each
element.
15. Adjust the heating setpoint below room temperature
and verify that the compressor and water valve or loop
pumps deactivate.
16. During all testing, check for excessive vibration, noise
or water leaks. Correct or repair as required.
17. Set system to desired normal operating mode and set
temperature to maintain desired comfort level.
18. Instruct the owner/operator in the proper operation of
the thermostat and system maintenance.
High voltage is correct and matches nameplate.
Fuses, breakers and wire size correct.
Low voltage wiring complete.
Piping completed and water system cleaned and
flushed.
Air is purged from closed loop system.
Isolation valves are open, water control valves or loop
pumps wired.
Condensate line open and correctly pitched.
Transformer switched to 208V if applicable.
DIP switches are set correctly.
DHW pump switch is “OFF” unless piping is completed
and air has been purged.
Blower rotates freely.
Blower speed correct.
Air filter/cleaner is clean and in position.
Service/access panels are in place.
Return air temperature is between 50-80°F heating
and 60-95°F cooling.
Check air coil cleanliness to insure optimum
performance. Clean as needed according to
maintenance guidelines.
To obtain maximum
performance the air coil should be cleaned before
startup. A 10-percent solution of dishwasher detergent
and water is recommended for both sides of coil, a
thorough water rinse should follow.
Notes: Be certain to fill out and forward all warranty
registration papers.
Startup Steps
Final Evaluation
Notes: Complete the Equipment Start-Up/Commissioning
Check Sheet during this procedure. Refer to thermostat
operating instructions and complete the startup procedure.
After the initial check of superheat/subcooling values
in the heating mode, shut off the unit and allow it to sit
3 to 5 minutes until pressures equalize. Restart the unit
in the cooling mode and check the values against those
in the Operating Parameters tables. If the unit performs
satisfactorily, charging is complete. If the unit does not
perform to specifications, the charge may need to be
readjusted until the values are close. Adding refrigerant will
increase subcooling. Recovering some of the refrigerant
will decrease subcooling and increase superheat. If the
superheat/subcooling values are still not close to the
specifications in the Operating Parameters tables, analyze
refrigerant circuit operation.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Initiate a control signal to energize the blower motor.
Check blower operation.
Initiate a control signal to place the unit in the cooling
mode. Cooling setpoint must be set below room
temperature.
First stage cooling will energize after a time delay.
Be sure that the compressor and water control valve or
loop pump(s) are activated.
Verify that the water flow rate is correct by measuring
the pressure drop through the heat exchanger using
the P/T plugs and comparing to unit capacity data in
specification catalog.
Check the temperature of both the supply and
discharge water (see Operating Parameters tables).
Check for an air temperature drop of 15°F to 25°F
across the air coil, depending on the fan speed and
entering water temperature.
Decrease the cooling set point several degrees and
verify high-speed blower operation.
Adjust the cooling setpoint above the room
temperature and verify that the compressor and water
valve or loop pumps deactivate.
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Unit Startup/Troubleshooting
Heating Cycle Analysis
Measure suction
temperature here
at TXV bulb in
cooling modes.
Measure suction temperature
here at TXV bulb in heating modes.
Volts ____
Suct PSI____
Amps ____
Suct sat temp____
Suct temp____
Super heat____
Lineset
length
Air
Coil
Suction
Comp
Bi-flow
filter/drier
ClgTXV
HtgTXV
COAX
Discharge
Hot Water
Generator
Discharge PSI____
COOLING TXV - ACTIVE
RIGHT TO LEFT
Measure liquid line
temperature and
pressure here in
both heating and
cooling modes
Disch. sat temp____
EWT ____
Liquid temp____
LWT ____
Sub cooling____
HEATING TXV - ACTIVE LEFT TO RIGHT
Note: DO NOT hook up pressure gauges unless there appears to be a performance problem.
Cooling Cycle Analysis
Measure suction
temperature here
at TXV bulb in
cooling modes.
Measure suction temperature
here at TXV bulb in heating modes.
Volts ____
Suct PSI ____
Amps ____
Suct sat temp ____
Suct temp ____
Super heat ____
Lineset
length
Air
Coil
Suction
Comp
ClgTXV
Bi-flow
filter/drier
HtgTXV
COAX
Discharge
Hot Water
Generator
Discharge PSI ____
COOLING TXV - ACTIVE
RIGHT TO LEFT
Measure liquid line
temperature and
pressure here in
both heating and
cooling modes
EWT ____
LWT ____
Disch. sat temp ____
Liquid temp ____
Sub cooling ____
HEATING TXV-ACTIVE LEFT TO RIGHT
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Troubleshooting
Standard Microprocessor Controls
4. If control responds improperly:
• Ensure that component being controlled is
functioning (compressor, blower, reversing valve,
etc.).
• Ensure that wiring from control to the component
is functioning (refer to the LED Definition table
below and use the diagnostic outputs mode).
• If steps above check properly, replace unit control.
To check the unit control board for proper operation:
1. Disconnect thermostat wires at the control board.
2. Jumper the desired test input (Y1, Y2, W, O or G) to the
R terminal to simulate a thermostat signal.
3. If control functions properly:
• Check for thermostat and field control wiring (use
the diagnostic inputs mode).
LED Definitions and Diagnostics
Standard Microprocessor
LED
NORMAL
DISPLAY MODE
Drain
Field Selection DIPS
SW21 On
SW26 On
SW27 On
Drain Pan Overflow
Lockout
FD Thermistor
(Loop <15° F,
Well<30°F) Lockout
High Pressure >600
PSI Lockout
Water Flow
High
Pressure
Low
Pressure,
Current
Sensor
Airflow
Status
DHW Limit
DHW Off
DIAGNOSTIC MODES
CURRENT
FAULT STATUS
SW2SW2SW2-
1 Off
6 On
7 On
INPUTS
SW2SW2SW2-
1 NA
6 Off
7 On
OUTPUTS 1
OUTPUTS 2
SW21 NA
SW26 On
SW27 Off
Compressor
(On or Low)
SW21 NA
SW26 Off
SW27 Off
Blower
Low
Drain Pan Overflow
Y1
FD Thermistor
(Loop <15° F,
Well<30°F)
Y2
Compressor
(On or High)
Blower
Medium
High Pressure >600
O
Reversing Valve
Blower
High
Low Pressure <40
Low Pressure <40
G
Fan
Aux Heat 1
ECM2 RPM <100
RPM
Microprocessor
Malfunction
HWL Thermistor
>130°F
DHW Pump
Switch Off
ECM2 RPM <100
RPM
W
DHW Pump
Aux Heat 2
Not Used
SL1
Loop Pump 1
Aux Heat 3
Not Used
Loop Pump 2
Aux Heat 4
–
–
–
HWL Thermistor
>130°F
DHW Pump Switch
Off
Refrigerant Systems
To maintain sealed circuit integrity, do not install service
gauges unless unit operation appears abnormal. Compare
the change in temperature on the air side as well as the
water side to the Operating Parameters tables. If the unit’s
performance is not within the ranges listed, and the airflow
and water flow are known to be correct, gauges should
then be installed and superheat and subcooling numbers
calculated. If superheat and subcooling are outside
recommended ranges, an adjustment to the refrigerant
charge may be necessary.
Notes: Refrigerant tests must be made with hot water
generator turned “OFF”. Verify that air and water flow rates
are at proper levels before servicing the refrigerant circuit.
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Preventative Maintenance
Water Coil Maintenance
Condensate Drain
1.
In areas where airborne bacteria produce a slime in the
drain pan, it may be necessary to treat chemically to
minimize the problem. The condensate drain can pick up
lint and dirt, especially with dirty filters. Inspect twice a
year to avoid the possibility of overflow.
Keep all air out of the water. An open loop system
should be checked to ensure that the well head is not
allowing air to infiltrate the water line. Lines should
always be airtight.
2. Keep the system under pressure at all times. It is
recommended in open loop systems that the water
control valve be placed in the discharge line to prevent
loss of pressure during off cycles. Closed loop systems
must have positive static pressure.
Blower Motors
Blower motors on most air handlers are equipped with
sealed ball bearings and require no periodic oiling.
Notes: On open loop systems, if the installation is in
an area with a known high mineral content (125 PPM or
greater) in the water, it is best to establish with the owner a
periodic maintenance schedule so the coil can be checked
regularly. Should periodic coil cleaning be necessary, use
standard coil cleaning procedures which are compatible
with either the cupronickel or copper water lines. Generally,
the more water flowing through the unit the less chance for
scaling.
Hot Water Generator Coil
See Water Coil Maintenance section above.
Air Coil
The air coil must be cleaned to obtain maximum
performance. Check once a year under normal operating
conditions and, if dirty, brush or vacuum clean. Care must
be taken not to damage the aluminum fins while cleaning.
Other Maintenance
CAUTION: Fin edges are sharp.
Filters
Filters must be clean to obtain maximum performance.
They should be inspected monthly under normal operating
conditions and be replaced when necessary. Units should
never be operated without a filter.
Replacement Procedures
Obtaining Parts
When ordering service or replacement parts, refer to the
model number and serial number of the unit as stamped on
the serial plate attached to the unit. If replacement parts
are required, mention the date of installation of the unit
and the date of failure, along with an explanation of the
malfunctions and a description of the replacement parts
required.
In-Warranty Material Return
Material may not be returned except by permission
of authorized warranty personnel. Contact your local
distributor for warranty return authorization and assistance.
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Service Parts List
Single Speed Split Units
Compressor
022
030
036
042
Refrigeration
Components
026
038
049
064
072
Run Capacitor
16P002-18
16P002-20
Sound Jacket
16P002-21
92P504A16
Power Harness
Coax
33P609-01
Reversing Valve
33P506-04
Hot Water Generator Pump
Comfort Alert
Contactor
11P781-01
N/A
11P782-01
36P509-01
62P542B01
33P609-03
62P543B01
33P609-05
36P509-02
36P509-01
62P555-01 62P504C01 62P542B01
62P543B01
33P609-06
33P503-05
33P526-04
36P500B01
36P500B02
62P516-05
62P516-03
24P501-02
16P002-24
92P504A16
11P781-01
36P509-02
62P504C01 62P541B01
TXV
Hot Water Generator
16P002-25 16P002-24 16P002-19 16P002-20 16P002-21
92P504A05
Filter Dryer
Hot Water
Generator
070
34P581-01 34P582-01 34P583-01 34P578-01 34P579-01 34P580-01 34P561-05 34P585-01 34P573-01 34P574-01 34P575-01 34P586-01
Accumulator
Electrical
060
Compressor
Solenoid Harness
Sensors &
Safeties
048
Dual Capacity Split Units
33P609-01 33P609-03 33P609-05
33P506-04 33P503-05
62P555-01
33P609-06
33P526-04
36P500B01
36P500B02
62P516-05
62P516-03
24P501-02
19P571-01
19P571-02
13P004A03
13P004A03
Transformer
15P501B01
15P501B01
3 Pole Power Block
12P503-06
12P503-06
2 Pole Screw Term. Block
12P500A01
12P500A01
Status Light Board
17P503-02
17P503-02
Harness, Status Light Board
11P783-01
11P783-01
Premier Board
17P513-07
17P513-07
Freeze Detection Thermistor
12P505B03
12P505B03
HWL Thermistor
12P505B02
12P505B02
High Pressure Switch
35P506B02
35P506B02
Low Pressure Switch
35P506B01
35P506B01
Part numbers subject to change
6/12/06
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