Reznor UDAP Technical data

Series Fan-Type
Unit Heaters
CERTIFIED
Installation/Operation FORM RZ-NA I-UDA
APPLIES TO:
Models UDAP and UDAS
Table of Contents
Page
Warnings .............................. 1
Installation/Operation ...2-25
Check/Test/Startup ......26-28
Maintenance/Service....28-36
Index (by page)
Burner ...................................... 16, 29
Burner Orifice ............................... 30
Burner Removal .............................. 29
Clearances ....................................... 7
Installation Codes ............................ 2
Combustion Air Proving
(Pressure) Switch ................ 17, 33
Confined Space (UDAP) .................. 8
Dimensions .................................... 4-5
Disconnect, Built-in (UDAS) ... 16, 34
Door Switch (UDAS) ............... 19, 33
Electrical Connections .................. 16
Fan ................................................. 32
Fan Motor ................................. 22, 32
Flame Rollout Switch ............. 18, 34
Gas Piping and Pressures .............. 12
Gas Valve .................................. 22, 33
General ............................................ 2
Hazard Intensity Levels .................. 2
Heat Exchanger Maintenance ......... 29
High Altitude .............................. 6, 14
Ignition System ......................... 19, 31
Limit Control ............................ 18, 33
Location (Heater) .............................. 9
Maintenance Schedule .................. 28
Sound Data ..................................... 6
Startup ............................................. 26
Suspending Heater .......................... 4
Technical Data .................................. 6
Thermostat ..................................... 17
Throw ............................................... 9
Transformer .................................... 33
Troubleshooting ....................... 34-36
Uncrating and Preparation .............. 3
Vent System .................................. 34
Venter Motor .................................. 32
Warranty ........................................... 3
Wiring Diagrams ................ 23, 24, 25
FOR YOUR SAFETY
What to do if you smell gas:
• Do not try to light any appliance.
• Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use any phone in
your building.
• Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor's
phone. Follow the gas supplier's instructions.
• If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call your fire
department.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and
liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
WARNING: Improper installation, adjustment, alteration,
service, or maintenance can cause property damage, injury,
or death. Read the installation, operation, and maintenance
instructions thoroughly before installing or servicing this
equipment.
WARNING: Gas-fired appliances are not designed for use in
hazardous atmospheres containing flammable vapors or
combustible dust, in atmospheres containing chlorinated or
halogenated hydrocarbons, or in applications with airborne
silicone substances. See Hazard Levels, page 2.
WARNING: Should overheating occur, or the gas supply fail to
shut off, shut off the manual gas valve to the appliance before
shutting off the electrical supply.
WARNING: Do not use this appliance if any part has been under
water. Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect
the appliance and replace any gas control that has been under
water.
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, Mfg #195673 Rev 4, Page 1
Hazard Levels of
Warnings in this
Manual
HAZARD INTENSITY LEVELS
1. DANGER: Failure to comply will result in severe personal injury or
death and/or property damage.
2. WARNING: Failure to comply could result in severe personal injury or
death and/or property damage.
3. CAUTION: Failure to comply could result in minor personal injury
and/or property damage.
1. General
Model UDAP 30 to 125 and Model UDAS 30 to 125 are design certified by the
Canadian Standards Association for use in residential, industrial, and commercial
installations. Models UDAP 150 to 400 and UDAS 150 to 400 are design certified
by the Canadian Standards Association for use in industrial and commercial installations only. All models and sizes are available for use with either natural or
propane gas. The type of gas, the input rate and the electrical supply requirement
is shown on the heater’s rating plate. Check the rating plate to determine if the
heater is appropriate for the intended installation.
Installation requires both this manual AND the venting manual.
Venting Manual by Model
Venting Instruction
Look for Matching Label on
Manual by Form No.
Venting Manual and Heater
Standard Power Vent
Label with
Installation (each heater
Red Square
has its own dedicated vent)
- Form RZ-NA I-V-PV
UDAP-CV Optional Common Vent
Label with
with
Installation (must be
inverted
Option
equipped with Option AV6)
Blue Triangle
AV6
- Form RZ-NA I-V-CV
Model UDAP-CV is available in Sizes 30, 45, 60, 75, 100 only
UDAS
Separated Combustion
Label with
- Form RZ-NA I-V-SC
Green Circle
Model
UDAP
Both this installation manual and the appropriate venting manual are shipped with
the heater. Verify that the literature is correct for the heater being installed. If
either manual is missing or incorrect, contact your distributor before beginning
installation.
The instructions in this manual apply only to the models listed.
Installation should be done by a qualified agency in accordance with these instructions. The qualified service agency installing this heater is responsible for the
installation.
2. Installation
Codes
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, P/N 195673 Rev 4, Page 2
These units must be installed in accordance with local building codes. In the absence of local codes, in the United States, the unit must be installed in accordance
with the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1. A Canadian installation must be
in accordance with the CAN/CGA B149 Installation Codes. These codes are available from CSA Information Services, 1-800-463-6727. Local authorities having
jurisdiction should be consulted before installation is made to verify local codes
and installation procedure requirements.
Special
Installations
(Aircraft Hangars/
Repair Garages/
Parking Garages)
Installations in aircraft hangars should be in accordance with ANSI/NFPA No. 409
(latest edition), Standard for Aircraft Hangars; in public garages in accordance
with ANSI/NFPA No. 88A (latest edition), Standard for Parking Structures; and
for repair garages in accordance with ANSI/NFPA No. 88B (latest edition), Standard for Repair Garages. In Canada, installations in aircraft hangars should be in
accordance with the requirements of the enforcing authorities, and in public garages in accordance with CAN/CGA B149 codes.
California Warning
Label
If the heater is being installed in the state of California, the installer MUST attach
a warning label on the outside of the access door. The California Warning label is
shipped in the owner’s envelope along with this manual, the warranty form, and
any other paperwork that applies.
If installation is in California, select a location on the heater access panel. Be sure
the surface is clean and dry and adhere the label.
3. Warranty
Refer to the limited warranty information on the Warranty Card in the "Owner's
Envelope".
Warranty is void if ...
a. Wiring is not in accordance with the diagram furnished with the heater.
b. The unit is installed without proper clearance to combustible materials.
c. A fan model is connected to a duct system or if the air delivery system is
modified.
4. Uncrating and
Preparation
IMPORTANT: Shipping
brackets are attached with
cabinet screws. When
removing shipping brackets,
re-insert ALL screws into the
cabinet.
This unit was test operated and inspected at the factory prior to crating and was in
operating condition. If the heater has incurred any damage in shipment, document
the damage with the transporting agency and contact an authorized Reznor Distributor. If you are an authorized Distributor, follow the FOB freight policy procedures as published by Thomas & Betts for Reznor products.
Check the rating plate for the gas specifications and electrical characteristics of the
heater to be sure that they are compatible with the gas and electric supplies at the
installation site.
Read this booklet and become familiar with the installation requirements of your
particular heater. If you do not have knowledge of local requirements, check with
the local gas company or any other local agencies who might have requirements
concerning this installation.
Before beginning, make preparations for necessary supplies, tools, and manpower.
If the installation includes optional vertical louvers, downturn nozzle, ceiling mounting bracket, hanger kit, high altitude kit, multiple heater control, and/or stepdown
transformer, install these options before the heater is suspended. Follow the instructions included in the option package; option packages are shipped separately.
Other shipped separate items could include a vent/combustion air kit, high temperature tape, a thermostat bracket kit, a thermostat, and/or a thermostat guard. Be
sure all options ordered are at the installation site.
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, Mfg #195673 Rev 4, Page 3
5. Dimensions
M and N - Hanger Dimensions for both 2-pt and 4-pt Suspension
M
N
FIGURE 1 - Model UDAP,
Power Vented Fan Model
R - Hanger
Dimension for
2-pt Suspension
Combustion
Air Inlet
P and Q - P
Hanger
Dimensions
for 4-pt
Suspension
Q
R
TOP VIEW
Thermostat
Connection
REAR
VIEW
(30-125 Vertical;
150-400 Horizontal)
3/8”-16 Female Thread
- all suspension points
G
J
Line Voltage
Inlet (connects
at circuit board)
B
K
1-1/4
(32)
FRONT
VIEW
A C
F
REZNOR
D
Vent Collar
(see Technical
Data for size)
External
Gas
Connection
H
E
RIGHT SIDE
VIEW
(Access Panel)
MODEL UDAP DIMENSIONS (inches ± 1/16)
Size
30, 45
60
75
100
125
150, 175,
200
225, 250
300, 350,
400
A
12-1/8
15-1/8
15-1/8
23-1/8
23-1/8
B
26-5/8
26-5/8
26-5/8
26-5/8
26-5/8
C
10
13
13
21
21
20-1/8 38-3/16
16
23
42
35-3/8
26-1/8 38-3/16
22
23
42
35-3/8 13-1/16 8-13/16
34-1/8
30
23
42
35-3/8 17-1/16
41
D
E
F
G
13-13/16 26 21-9/16 5-3/16
13-13/16 27 21-9/16 7-7/8
13-13/16 27-5/8 21-9/16 7-7/8
13-13/16 28-5/8 21-9/16 14-1/2
13-13/16 29-3/8 21-9/16 14-1/2
8-1/2
H
6-1/2
6-1/2
6-1/2
6-1/2
6-1/2
J
2-11/16
5-1/2
5-1/2
8-3/4
8-3/4
K
3-7/8
3-7/8
3-7/8
3-7/8
3-7/8
8-1/4
5-7/16
6-1/2 25-11/16 1-3/8 8-3/16 22-3/16 16-3/8
9
6-1/2 25-11/16 1-3/8 8-3/16 22-3/16 15-5/8
9
M
17-3/8
17-3/8
17-3/8
17-3/8
17-3/8
N
11/16
11/16
11/16
11/16
11/16
P
4-5/16
4-5/16
4-5/16
4-5/16
4-5/16
Q
13
13
13
13
13
R
9-9/16
10-1/2
10-1/2
10-1/2
10-1/2
11-13/16 7-5/16 27-11/16 1-3/8 8-3/16 22-3/16 16-3/16
MODEL UDAP DIMENSIONS (mm ± 2)
Size
30, 45
60
75
100
125
150, 175,
200
225, 250
300, 350,
400
A
308
384
384
587
587
B
676
676
676
676
676
C
254
330
330
533
533
D
351
351
351
351
351
E
660
686
702
727
746
F
548
548
548
548
548
G
132
200
200
368
368
H
165
165
165
165
165
J
68
140
140
222
222
K
98
98
98
98
98
M
441
441
441
441
441
N
17
17
17
17
17
P
110
110
110
110
110
Q
330
330
330
330
330
R
243
267
267
267
267
511
970
406
584
1067
899
216
210
138
165
652
35
208
564
416
664
970
559
584
1067
899
332
224
229
165
652
35
208
564
397
867
1041
762
584
1067
899
433
229
300
186
703
35
208
564
411
FIGURE 2 With Optional
Downturn Nozzle
Dimension “U”
-- Applies to both
UDAP and UDAS
Size
With
Option
CD2
or CD4
With
Option
CD3
U
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, P/N 195673 Rev 4, Page 4
U
30, 45
60, 75
100, 125
150, 175, 200
225, 250
300, 350, 400
Options CD2 and CD4
inches
mm
7-1/8
181
8-5/8
219
12-5/8
321
11-1/2
292
14-1/2
368
18-1/2
470
Option CD3
inches
mm
12-3/8
314
15
381
21-7/8
556
19-7/8
505
25-1/8
638
32
813
FIGURE 3 - Model UDAS,
Separated Combustion Fan
Model
M and N - Hanger Dimensions
for both 2-pt and 4-pt Suspension
M
N
R - Hanger
Dimension for
2-pt Suspension
Combustion Air Connection
(see Technical Data for size)
T
P
R
P and Q Hanger
Dimensions
for 4-pt Q
Suspension
S
Thermostat
Connection
REAR
VIEW
(30-45, 150-400
Horizontal;
60-125 Vertical)
TOP VIEW
3/8”-16 Female Thread
- all suspension points
G
J
Line Voltage
Inlet (connects in
sealed electrical box)
B
A C
FRONT
VIEW
Vent Connection
(see Technical
Data for size)
External
Gas
Connection
H
1-1/4
(32)
E
F
REZNOR
D
K
RIGHT SIDE
VIEW
(Access Panel)
MODEL UDAS DIMENSIONS (inches ± 1/16)
Size
30, 45
60
75
100
125
150,
175,
200
225,
250
300,
350,
400
A
12-1/8
15-1/8
15-1/8
23-1/8
23-1/8
B
26-5/8
26-5/8
26-5/8
26-5/8
26-5/8
C
10
13
13
21
21
D
E
F
13-13/16 26 21-9/16
13-13/16 27 21-9/16
13-13/16 27-5/8 21-9/16
13-13/16 28-5/8 21-9/16
13-13/16 29-3/8 21-9/16
G
5-3/16
7-7/8
7-7/8
14-1/2
14-1/2
H
6-1/2
6-1/2
6-1/2
6-1/2
6-1/2
J
2-11/16
5-1/2
5-1/2
8-3/4
8-3/4
K
3-7/8
3-7/8
3-7/8
3-7/8
3-7/8
8-1/2
8-1/4
5-7/16
6-1/2 25-11/16 1-3/8 8-3/16 22-3/16 16-3/8
20-1/8 38-3/16 16
23
42
35-3/8
26-1/8 38-3/16 22
23
42
35-3/8 13-1/16 8-13/16
34-1/8
23
42
35-3/8 17-1/16
41
30
9
9
M
17-3/8
17-3/8
17-3/8
17-3/8
17-3/8
N
P
11/16 4-5/16
11/16 4-5/16
11/16 4-5/16
11/16 4-5/16
11/16 4-5/16
Q
13
13
13
13
13
R
S
T
9-9/16 2-15/16 2-15/16
10-1/2 3-1/4 2-15/16
10-1/2 3-1/4 2-15/16
10-1/2 4-5/8 2-15/16
10-1/2 4-5/8 2-15/16
4-1/8 8-5/16
6-1/2 25-11/16 1-3/8 8-3/16 22-3/16 15-5/8 5-9/16 8-5/16
11-13/16 7-5/16 27-11/16 1-3/8 8-3/16 22-3/16 16-3/16 9-1/16 8-9/16
MODEL UDAS DIMENSIONS (mm ± 2)
Size
30, 45
60
75
100
125
150,
175,
200
225,
250
300,
350,
400
A
308
384
384
587
587
B
676
676
676
676
676
C
254
330
330
533
533
D
351
351
351
351
351
E
660
686
702
727
746
F
548
548
548
548
548
G
132
200
200
368
368
H
165
165
165
165
165
J
68
140
140
222
222
K
98
98
98
98
98
M
441
441
441
441
441
N
17
17
17
17
17
P
110
110
110
110
110
Q
330
330
330
330
330
R
243
267
267
267
267
S
T
75
89
89
117
117
75
75
75
75
75
511
970
406
584
1067
899
216
210
138
165
652
35
208
564
416
105
211
664
970
559
584
1067
899
332
224
229
165
652
35
208
564
397
141
211
1041 762
584
1067
899
433
229
300
186
703
35
208
564
411
230
217
867
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, Mfg #195673 Rev 4, Page 5
6. Technical Data
TECHNICAL DATA - Sizes 30 - 125 (Data applies to both Models UDAP and UDAS unless noted otherwise.)
Size
BTUH
kw
Input Heating Capacity
Thermal Efficiency (%)
Output Heating Capacity
Gas Connection (inches)
A
B
BTUH
kw
Natural
Propane
C
Vent Connection (inches diameter)
C
Combustion Air Inlet (inches diameter) - UDAS only
Control Amps (24 volt)
Full Load Amps (115 volt)
D
Maximum Over Current Protection (115V)
Normal Power Consumption (watts)
Discharge Air Temperature Rise (°F)
CFM
Air Volume
3
M /minute
2
ft
Discharge Air Opening Area
2
M
FPM
Output Velocity
M/minute
Open
E
Fan Motor HP
Enclosed
Fan Motor RPM
Fan Diameter (inches)
Sound Level
dba @ 15 ft
30
45
60
75
100
125
30,000
8.8
82
24,600
7.2
1/2
1/2
4
4
1.0
1.9
15
109
50
456
12.9
0.96
0.09
475
145
0.02
N.A.
1550
10
40
45,000
13.2
83
37,350
11.0
1/2
1/2
4
4
1.0
2.4
15
155
55
629
17.8
0.96
0.09
656
200
0.03
N.A.
1550
10
40
60,000
17.6
83
49,800
14.6
1/2
1/2
4
4
1.0
2.4
15
155
60
769
21.8
1.25
0.12
616
188
0.03
N.A.
1550
12
40
75,000
22.0
83
62,250
18.3
1/2
1/2
4
4
1.0
3.3
15
217
60
961
27.5
1.25
0.12
770
238
0.06
N.A.
1550
12
49
105,000
30.8
83
87,150
25.6
1/2
1/2
4
4
1.0
3.9
15
276
60
1345
36.7
2.01
0.19
668
196
1/30
1/4
1050
16
54
120,000
35.2
83
99,600
29.2
1/2
1/2
4
4
1.0
5.1
15
354
60
1537
45.9
2.01
0.19
763
245
1/20
1/4
1050
16
55
TECHNICAL DATA - Sizes 150 - 400 (Data applies to both Models UDAP and UDAS unless noted otherwise.)
Size
150
175
200
225
250
300
BTUH
kw
350
400
150,000
175,000
200,000
225,000
250,000
300,000
350,000
400,000
Input Heating Capacity
43.9
51.2
58.6
65.9
73.2
87.8
102.5
117.1
Thermal Efficiency (%)
83
83
83
83
83
83
83
83
BTUH
124,500
145,250
166,000
186,750
207,500
249,000
290,500
332,000
A
Output Heating Capacity
kw
36.4
42.5
48.6
54.7
60.8
72.9
85.1
97.2
Natural
1/2
1/2
1/2
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
B
Gas Connection (inches)
Propane
1/2
1/2
1/2
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
C
5
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
Vent Connection (inches diameter)
C
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Combustion Air Inlet (inches diameter) - UDAS only
Control Amps (24 volt)
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
Full Load Amps (115 volt)
3.8
3.8
4.6
7.5
7.5
10.7
10.7
10.7
D
15
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
Maximum Over Current Protection (115V)
Normal Power Consumption (watts)
392
392
491
747
747
1086
1086
1086
Discharge Air Temperature Rise (°F)
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
CFM
1921
2242
2562
2882
3202
3843
4483
5123
Air Volume
3
54.4
63.5
72.5
81.6
90.7
108.8
126.9
145.1
M /minute
2
2.56
2.56
2.56
3.51
3.51
4.79
4.79
4.79
ft
Discharge Air Opening Area
2
0.24
0.24
0.24
0.33
0.33
0.45
0.45
0.45
M
FPM
752
877
1003
820
911
802
936
1069
Output Velocity
M/minute
229
267
306
250
278
244
285
326
Open
1/6
1/6
1/6
1/4
1/4
1/2
1/2
1/2
E
Fan Motor HP
Enclosed
1/4
1/4
1/4
1/4
1/4
1/2
1/2
1/2
Fan Motor RPM
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
Fan Diameter (inches)
18
18
18
20
20
24
24
24
Sound Level
dba @ 15 ft
51
52
53
56
56
59
61
62
A
B
CSA ratings for altitudes to 2000 ft.
Size shown is for gas connection to a single-stage gas valve, not supply line size.
C
Smaller and/or larger vent and combustion air pipe diameters may be permissible. For Model UDAS refer to the Venting Installation Manual for Separated
Combustion Units. For Model UDAP refer to the Venting Installation Manual for Power Vented units. For a Model UDAP with Option AV6, refer to the
Venting Installation Manual for Common Venting.
D
E
MOCP = 2.25 x (largest motor FLA) + smallest motor FLA. Answer is rounded to the next lower standard circuit breaker size.
All other information is this table is based on a heater equipped with a standard 115 volt open fan motor.
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, P/N 195673 Rev 4, Page 6
7. High Altitude
Operation
If the heater is being installed at an elevation above 2000 ft (610M), the input rate
will have to be derated. This is done by adjusting the valve outlet pressure.
In addition, if the heater is being installed at an altitude above 6000 ft (1830M), the
pressure switch will have to be changed. If ordered with the unit as Option DJ20 or
DJ21, the pressure switch is shipped separately.
Gas valve adjustment for
high altitude can only be
done after heater is
operating; see
Paragraph 12.
Adjusting the valve outlet pressure is done after the heater is in operation; follow
the instructions in Paragraph 12. Capacities and inputs for derated units are also
listed in Paragraph 12.
If the pressure switch needs changed, do that before the heater is operated; follow
the instructions in FIGURE 4.
FIGURE 4 - Installing High Altitude Pressure Switch required above 6000 ft (1830M) elevation
Model UDAP
Size
High Altitude Switch P/N
Negative Pressure OFF Setpoint "w.c.
Label color
30
45
197031
0.35
Purple
60
75
100
197032
0.45
Pink
125 150 175 200 225 250 300 350 400
201160
201161
197031 197032
0.45
1.05
1.35
0.35
Pink
Brown
White
Purple
Model UDAP-CV with Option AV6 for Common Venting
Size
30
45
60 75
100
High Altitude Switch P/N
197029 197032 196362 196388
Negative Pressure OFF Setpoint "w.c.
0.60
0.45
0.55
0.50
White Orange
Label color
Lt Blue Pink
Model UDAS
Size
High Altitude Switch P/N
Differential Pressure OFF Setpoint "w.c.
Label color
30
45
60
197029
0.60
Lt. Blue
75
100
125 150 175 200 225 250 300 350 400
196388 197030 197032
201160
201161
0.50
0.40
0.45
1.05
1.35
Orange Green
Pink
Brown
White
Instructions for Changing Pressure Switch
1. In the control compartment, locate the pressure switch.
Sizes 30-125 - On the back wall of the control compartment.
Sizes 150-400 - On the bracket on the bottom of the control compartment.
2. Mark and disconnect the two wires attached to the pressure switch.
3. Disconnect the sensing tube from the pressure switch.
4. Locate the two screws holding the switch mounting bracket. Remove the
screws (save screws) and the pressure switch.
5. Using the same screws, install the high altitude pressure switch. Attach the
sensing tube and wires.
Pressure Switch
Units must be installed so that the clearances in the table are provided for combustion air space, inspection and service, and for proper spacing from combustible
construction. Clearance to combustibles is defined as the minimum distance from
the heater to a surface or object that is necessary to ensure that a surface temperature of 90°F above the surrounding ambient temperature is not exceeded.
8. Clearances
Clearances
Size
Flue Connector
Top
Access Panel
Non-Access Side
Bottom*
Rear
inches
mm
inches
mm
inches
mm
inches
mm
inches
mm
inches
mm
1
25
6
152
18
457
1
25
1
25
18
457
150-400
4
102
6
152
18
457
2
51
1
*Suspend the heater so that the bottom is a minimum of 5 feet (1.5M) above the floor.
25
18
457
30-125
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, Mfg #195673 Rev 4, Page 7
9. Combustion
Air - applies to
Model UDAP
and Model
UDAP-CV
(Note: For Model
UDAS, see Venting
Manual for
combustion air
requirements.)
Combustion Air
Requirements for
a Heater Located
in a Confined
Space - applies to
Model UDAP and
Model UDAP-CV
FIGURE 5 - Definition of
Confined Space and
Required Openings for
Combustion Air
This heater must be supplied with the air that enters into the combustion process
and is then vented to the outdoors. Sufficient air must enter the equipment location
to replace that exhausted through the heater vent system. In the past, the infiltration of outside air assumed in heat loss calculations (one air change per hour) was
assumed to be sufficient. However, current construction methods using more insulation, vapor barriers, tighter fitting and gasketed doors and windows, weatherstripping, and/or mechanical exhaust fans may now require the introduction of
outside air through wall openings or ducts.
The requirements for combustion and ventilation air depend upon whether the unit
is located in a confined or unconfined space. An "unconfined space" is defined as
a space whose volume is not less than 50 cubic feet per 1000 BTUH of the installed
appliance. Under ALL conditions, enough air must be provided to ensure there
will not be a negative pressure condition within the equipment room or space.
WARNING: Model UDAP and UDAP-CV power-vented unit
heaters are designed to take combustion air from the space in
which the unit is installed and are not designed for connection to
outside combustion air intake ducts. Connecting outside air ducts
voids the warranty and could cause hazardous operation. See
Hazard Levels, page 2.
Do not install a unit in a confined space without providing wall openings leading
to and from the space. Provide openings near the floor and ceiling for ventilation
and air for combustion as shown in FIGURE 5, depending on the combustion air
source as noted in Items 1, 2, and 3 below.
Add total BTUH of all appliances in the confined space and divide by figures
below for square inch free area size of each (top and bottom) opening.
Confined Space:
A space whose volume is
less than 50 cubic feet
per 1000 BTUH of the
installed appliance input
rating
(1)
(2)
Confined
Space
(3)
(1)
(2)
(3)
1. Air from inside the building -- openings 1 square inch free area per 1000
BTUH. Never less than 100 square inches free area for each opening. See (1) in
FIGURE 5.
2. Air from outside through duct -- openings 1 square inch free area per 2000
BTUH. See (2) in FIGURE 5.
3. Air direct from outside -- openings 1 square inch free area per 4000 BTUH.
See (3) in FIGURE 5.
NOTE: For further details on supplying combustion air to a confined space, see
the National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1a (latest edition).
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, P/N 195673 Rev 4, Page 8
Use the clearances in Paragraph 8; the combustion air requirements in Paragraph
9; the throw tables, mounting height requirements, and location recommendations
below; the weights in Paragraph 11; and the venting requirements in the Venting
Manual to determine where to suspend the heater.
10. Unit Heater
Location
Heater Throw
*Louver angle listed in the table is relative to the top of the heater.
FIGURE 6 - Throw for Fan
Models UDAP and UDAS
NOTE: Throws listed are with
standard adjustable horizontal
louvers at the angles listed
(angle is relative to the top of
the heater). Throw pattern
changes with the addition of
optional vertical louvers and/or
downturn nozzles.
H
**“Z” is the point
when the air velocity
drops below 2 feet
(610mm) per minute.
X
Y
Z**
Dimensions X, Y, and Z (feet) Model UDAP and Model UDAS with Standard Horizontal Louvers at Mounting Heights of 5 - 18 ft
19
31
74 -20
o
18 ft
23
87 -16
o
86 -20
85 -23
70 -33
o
67 -37
o
31
36
38
o
31
22
37
71 -29
23
Z
26
73 -24
33
16 ft
Y
25
31
22
32
X
o
22
12 ft
23
64 -42
27
29
29
X
Y
Z
24
36
90 -14
o
37
89 -18
28
39
88 -21
82 -30
o
80 -33
29
30
30
25 58
25 58
29 57
28 56
29 55
30 52
30 50
250
X
Y
Z
23
35
92 -18
o
35
91 -21
26
37
89 -25
84 -28
o
81 -31
26
28
28
Z
-8°
-15°
-21°
-26°
-30°
-35°
-39°
15
20
21
22
22
23
23
27
29
31
32
33
33
33
63
63
62
61
60
58
55
300
X
Y
Z
23
37
96
-16
o
26
38
95
-19
28
39
94
-23
o
85 -32
o
38
Y
o
87 -29
37
X
o
o
38
Z
83 -36
29
31
31
40
40
40
92
90
88
Louver
Angle*
14
20
20
22
21
21
22
25
o
42
-12°
-20°
-27°
-32°
-38°
-44°
-50°
o
86 -25
41
Y
o
o
41
X
Louver
Angle*
23 51
23 50
25 49
25 48
25 45
24 42
22 39
225
Z
Louver
Angle*
12
17
16
18
17
16
15
26
o
38
-12°
-21°
-28°
-34°
-40°
-46°
-53°
o
84 -27
38
Y
o
o
39
Louver
Angle*
21 42
22 41
24 40
24 39
23 37
22 34
20 31
200
o
10 ft
14 ft
11
15
15
16
15
15
14
X
-7°
-14°
-19°
-24°
-30°
-32°
-37°
350
X
Y
Z
24
35
99
-18
o
o
25
38
98
-21
o
27
38
96
-25
o
-26
o
-29
o
-33
26
28
28
40
94
39
92
39
89
X
Y
26
39
400
Z
X
Y
o
27
41
113 -13
o
31
43
112 -16
o
33
44
111 -19
o
32
47
109 -22
o
34
47
108 -25
o
35
48
106 -28
109 -15
o
28
41
107 -18
o
29
43
106 -21
o
-29
o
-32
o
-36
31
32
33
44
44
44
104 -25
103 -28
101 -31
Z
Louver
Angle*
Z
-14°
-23°
-30°
-36°
-42°
-49°
===
Z
Louver
Angle*
Y
Y
Louver
Angle*
X
21 41
22 40
23 39
22 38
21 35
20 32
=== ===
175
X
125
Louver
Angle*
8 ft
11
14
15
15
15
14
===
Z
100
Louver
Angle*
H
-13°
-24°
-32°
-39°
-47°
===
===
Y
Louver
Angle*
5 ft
9 17 27
8 ft 12 18 26
10 ft 12 19 26
12 ft 13 18 25
14 ft 12 17 23
16 ft === === ===
18 ft === === ===
150
X
75
Louver
Angle*
Z
60
Louver
Angle*
Y
Louver
Angle*
X
45
Louver
Angle*
30
H
o
o
o
o
o
o
Dimensions X, Y, and Z (meters) Model UDAP and Model UDAS with Standard Horizontal Louvers at Mounting Heights of 1.5 - 5.5M
o
o
2.4 M 5.8 9.4 22.6 -20 6.7 11.0 26.5 -16
o
o
3.0 M 6.7 9.4 22.3 -24 7.6 11.3 26.2 -20
o
o
3.7 M 6.7 10.0 21.6 -29 7.9 11.6 25.9 -23
o
o
8.2
11.9
25.6
7.0
9.8
21.3
-27
4.3 M
-33
X
Y
Z
3.7
5.2
4.9
5.5
5.2
4.9
4.6
7.0 15.5
7.0 15.2
7.6 14.9
7.6 14.6
7.6 13.7
7.3 12.8
6.7 11.9
225
X
Y
Z
X
Y
-12°
-20°
-27°
-32°
-38°
-44°
-50°
4.3
6.1
6.1
6.7
6.4
6.4
6.7
7.6 17.7
7.6 17.7
8.8 17.4
8.5 17.1
8.8 16.8
9.1 15.8
9.1 15.2
250
X
Y
Z
Z
-8°
-15°
-21°
-26°
-30°
-35°
-39°
X
Y
Z
Louver
Angle*
-12°
-21°
-28°
-34°
-40°
-46°
-53°
Z
Louver
Angle*
Y
Louver
Angle*
6.4 12.8
6.7 12.5
7.3 12.2
7.3 11.9
7.0 11.3
6.7 10.3
6.1 9.4
200
Louver
Angle*
3.4
4.6
4.6
4.9
4.6
4.6
4.3
X
4.6 8.2 19.2 -7°
6.1 8.8 19.2 -14°
6.4 9.4 18.9 -19°
6.7 9.8 18.6 -24°
6.7 10.1 18.3 -30°
7.0 10.1 17.7 -32°
7.0 10.1 17.7 -37°
300
X
Y
7.3 11.0 27.4 -14o 7.0 10.7 28.0 -18o 7.0 11.3 29.3 -16o 7.3 10.7
7.9 11.3 27.1 -18o 7.6 10.7 27.7 -21o 7.9 11.6 29.0 -19o 7.6 11.6
8.5 11.9 26.8 -21o 7.9 11.3 27.1 -25o 8.5 11.9 28.7 -23o 8.2 11.6
8.8 12.5 26.2 -25o 7.9 11.6 26.5 -29o 8.8 12.2 28.0 -26o 7.9 12.2
Z
350
X
Y
400
Z
X
Y
Z
Louver
Angle*
Z
-14°
-23°
-30°
-36°
-42°
-49°
===
Z
Louver
Angle*
Y
Y
Louver
Angle*
X
6.4 12.5
6.7 12.2
7.0 11.9
6.7 11.6
6.4 10.7
6.1 9.8
=== ===
175
X
125
Louver
Angle*
Z
3.4
4.3
4.6
4.6
4.6
4.3
===
Z
100
Louver
Angle*
Y
-13°
-24°
-32°
-39°
-47°
===
===
Y
Louver
Angle*
5.2 8.2
5.5 7.9
5.8 7.9
5.5 7.6
5.2 7.0
=== ===
=== ===
150
X
Louver
Angle*
X
Z
75
60
Louver
Angle*
H
2.7
3.7
3.7
4.0
3.7
===
===
Y
Louver
Angle*
1.5 M
2.4 M
3.0 M
3.7 M
4.3 M
4.9 M
5.5 M
X
45
Louver
Angle*
30
H
30.2 -18o 7.9 11.9 33.2 -15o 8.2 12.5 34.4 -13o
29.9 -21o 8.5 12.5 32.6 -18o 9.4 13.2 34.1 -16o
29.3 -25o 8.8 13.2 32.3 -21o 10.1 13.4 33.8 -19o
28.7 -29o 9.4 13.4 31.7 -25o 9.8 14.3 33.2 -22o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
4.9 M 7.0 9.4 20.4 -37 8.8 11.6 25.0 -30 9.1 12.5 25.6 -28 8.5 11.3 25.9 -32 9.4 12.2 27.4 -29 8.5 11.9 28.0 -32 9.8 13.4 31.4 -28 10.4 14.3 32.9 -25
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
5.5 M 7.0 9.4 19.5 -42 8.8 11.6 24.4 -33 9.1 12.8 24.7 -31 8.5 11.6 25.3 -36 9.4 12.2 26.8 -33 8.5 11.9 27.1 -36 10.1 13.4 30.8 -31 10.7 14.6 32.3 -28
Location
Locate the heater so that it is a minimum of five feet (1.5M) above the floor and in
compliance with the clearances in Paragraph 8.
WARNING: If touched, the vent pipe and internal heater surfaces
that are accessible from outside the heater will cause burns.
Suspend the heater a minimum of 5 feet (1.5M) above the floor.
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, Mfg #195673 Rev 4, Page 9
10. Unit Heater
Location
(cont’d)
NOTE: Venting
requirements may
affect location.
Consult the Venting
Manual for this heater
before making final
determination.
For best results, the heater should be placed with certain rules in mind. In general,
a unit should be located from 8 to 12 feet (2.4-3.7M) above the floor. Units should
always be arranged to blow toward or along exposed wall surfaces, if possible.
Where two or more units are installed in the same room, a general scheme of air
circulation should be maintained for best results.
Suspended heaters are most effective when located as close to the working zone as
possible, and this fact should be kept in mind when determining the mounting
heights to be used. However, care should be exercised to avoid directing the discharged air directly on the room occupants.
Partitions, columns, counters, or other obstructions should be taken into consideration when locating the unit heater so that a minimum quantity of airflow will be
deflected by such obstacles.
When units are located in the center of the space to be heated, the air should be
discharged toward the exposed walls. In large areas, units should be located to
discharge air along exposed walls with extra units provided to discharge air in
toward the center of the area.
At those points where infiltration of cold air is excessive, such as at entrance doors
and shipping doors, it is desirable to locate the unit so that it will discharge directly
toward the source of cold air from a distance of 15 to 20 feet (4.6-6.1M).
CAUTION: Do not locate the heater where it may be exposed to
water spray, rain, or dripping water.
Hazards of Chlorine applies to location of
Model UDAS heater
with regard to
combustion air inlet
The presence of chlorine vapors in the combustion air of gas-fired heating equipment presents a potential corrosion hazard. Chlorine found usually in the form of
freon or degreaser vapors, when exposed to flame will precipitate from the compound, and go into solution with any condensation that is present in the heat exchanger or associated parts. The result is hydrochloric acid which readily attacks
all metals including 300 grade stainless steel. Care should be taken to separate
these vapors from the combustion process. This may be done by wise location of
the unit vent and combustion air terminals with regard to exhausters or prevailing
wind directions. Chlorine is heavier than air. Keep these facts in mind when determining installation location of the heater in relation to building exhaust systems.
11. Hanging the
Heater
Before suspending the heater, check the supporting structure to be used to verify
that it has sufficient load-carrying capacity to support the weight of the unit.
WARNINGS: Check the
supporting structure to
be used to verify that it
has sufficient load carrying capacity to support
the weight of the unit.
Suspend the heater only
from the threaded nut
retainers or with a manufacturer provided kit.
Do NOT suspend from
the heater cabinet.
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, P/N 195673 Rev 4, Page 10
Model UDAP
Size 30 45
54 59
lbs
24 27
kg
Model UDAS
Size 30 45
lbs
55 60
kg
25 27
60
67
30
75
72
33
100
96
44
125
101
46
150
172
78
175, 200
187
85
225
203
92
250
215
98
300
269
122
350
294
133
400
306
139
60
68
31
75
73
33
100
97
44
125
102
46
150
173
78
175, 200
188
85
225
204
93
250
216
98
300
270
122
350
295
134
400
307
138
When the heater is lifted for suspension, support the bottom of the heater with
plywood or other appropriately placed material. If the bottom is not supported,
damage could occur. Before hanging, verify that all screws used for holding shipping brackets were re-installed in the cabinet.
The heater is equipped for either two-point or four-point suspension. A 3/8"-16
threaded nut retainer is located at each suspension point. See Dimensions in Paragraph 5 and the illustration in FIGURE 7A.
FIGURE 7A - Suspending
the Heater with Rods from
the Threaded Nut Retainers
(either two or four point
suspension)
WARNING: Unit must
be level for proper
operation. Do not place
or add additional weight
to the suspended heater.
Hazard Levels, page 2.
FIGURE 7B - Swivel
Connectors to Suspend the
Heater from 1” Pipe, Option
CK8 (2-pt) or CK10 (4-pt)
Be sure the threaded hanger rods
are locked to the heater as
illustrated.
3/8” threaded rod
(field supplied)
Add a 3/8” nut and
washer to lock the
hanger rod to the heater.
Recommended maximum hanger
rod length is 6 feet (1.8M).
If ordered with swivel connectors for 1” pipe, Option CK8 or CK10, attach the
swivels at the threaded nut retainers. Suspend with 1” pipe. (See FIGURE 7B.)
Be sure the
threaded swivel
connectors are
locked to the
heater as
illustrated.
Lock the swivel
connector to
the heater.
The connector
is threaded for
hanging from
a 1” pipe.
If ordered with a ceiling suspension kit, Option CK22, follow the illustrated instructions in the kit. (See FIGURE 8.)
Available for
Sizes 30-125.
Allows the
heater to be
installed one
inch from the
ceiling.
ZNOR
FIGURE 8 - Suspending the
Heater using Option CK22,
Ceiling Suspension Kit (no
hanger rods)
Model UDAS - Whether using the suspension points or the hanger kit, when installing a Model UDAS, the unused suspension points on the control side of the
heater MUST be plugged. Plug these holes with the 3/8”-16 bolts and flat washers shipped in the bag with the heater. (See FIGURE 9.)
FIGURE 9 - Model UDAS Plug the unused suspension
points on the control side of
the heater with 3/8”-16
screws and flat washers
®
Plug any unused suspension points
on the control side with the 3/8”-16
bolts and flat washers provided.
e
ol Sid
Contr UDAS
l
Mode
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, Mfg #195673 Rev 4, Page 11
12. Gas Piping
and
Pressures
WARNING: This appliance is equipped for a maximum gas
supply pressure of 1/2 pound, 8 ounces, or 14 inches water column.
Supply pressure higher than 1/2 pound requires installation of
an additional lockup-type service regulator external to the unit.
WARNING: PRESSURE TESTING SUPPLY PIPING
Test Pressures Above 1/2 PSI: Disconnect the heater and manual valve from the
gas supply line which is to be tested. Cap or plug the supply line.
Test Pressures Below 1/2 PSI: Before testing, close the manual valve on the
heater.
Sizing
Gas
Supply
Line
Capacity of Piping
Cubic Feet per Hour based on 0.3" w.c. Pressure Drop
Specific Gravity for Natural Gas -- 0.6 (Natural Gas -- 1000 BTU/Cubic Ft)
Specific Gravity for Propane Gas -- 1.6 (Propane Gas -- 2550 BTU/Cubic Ft)
Length
Diameter of Pipe
of
1/2"
3/4"
1"
1-1/4"
1-1/2"
2"
Pipe Natural Propane Natural Propane Natural Propane Natural Propane Natural Propane Natural Propane
20’
30’
40’
50’
60’
70’
80’
90’
100’
125’
150’
175’
200’
92
56
190
116
350
214
730
445
1100
671
2100
73
45
152
93
285
174
590
360
890
543
1650
63
38
130
79
245
149
500
305
760
464
1450
56
34
115
70
215
131
440
268
670
409
1270
50
31
105
64
195
119
400
244
610
372
1105
46
28
96
59
180
110
370
226
560
342
1050
43
26
90
55
170
104
350
214
530
323
990
40
24
84
51
160
98
320
195
490
299
930
38
23
79
48
150
92
305
186
460
281
870
34
21
72
44
130
79
275
168
410
250
780
31
19
64
39
120
73
250
153
380
232
710
28
17
59
36
110
67
225
137
350
214
650
26
16
55
34
100
61
210
128
320
195
610
Note: When sizing supply lines, consider possibilities of future expansion and increased requirements.
Refer to National Fuel Gas Code for additional information on line sizing.
WARNING: All
components of a gas
supply system must be
leak tested prior to
placing equipment in
service. NEVER TEST
FOR LEAKS WITH AN
OPEN FLAME. Failure
to comply could result in
personal injury,
property damage or
death.
1281
1007
885
775
674
641
604
567
531
476
433
397
372
All piping must be in accordance with requirements outlined in the National Fuel
Gas Code ANSI/Z223.1a (latest edition) or CAN/CGA-B149.1 and B149.2 (See
Paragraph 2). Gas supply piping installation should conform with good practice
and with local codes. Support gas piping with pipe hangers, metal strapping, or
other suitable material; do not rely on the heater to support the gas pipe.
The heater is orificed for operation with natural gas having a heating value of 1000
(± 50) BTUH per cubic ft or propane gas with a heating value of 2500 (± 100)
BTUH per cubic ft. If the gas at the installation does not meet these specifications,
consult the factory for proper orificing.
Pipe joint compounds (pipe dope) shall be resistant to the action of liquefied petroleum gas or any other chemical constituents of the gas being supplied.
Install a ground joint union and manual shutoff valve upstream of the unit control
system, as shown in FIGURE 10. The 1/8" plugged tapping in the shutoff valve
provides connection for a supply line pressure test gauge. Installation of a trap
with a minimum 3" (76mm) drip leg is required.
The unit is equipped with a nipple that extends outside the cabinet. The gas connection is either 1/2” or 3/4”.
Gas Connection Size
Gas Connection (inches)
30 45 60
Natural
Propane
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, P/N 195673 Rev 4, Page 12
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
75 100 125 150 175 200 225 250 300 350 400
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
Leak-test all connections by brushing on a leak-detecting solution.
FIGURE 10 - Gas
connection is at the pipe
nipple that extends outside
the cabinet
Illustration shows both a
vertical and horizontal gas
supply; requirements are
the same.
Ground
Joint Union
Manual shutoff with 1/8” NPT
plugged tap for test gauge connection.
To Gas Valve
(inside the
cabinet)
Drip
Leg
From Gas Supply
(horizontal or vertical)
Pipe nipple extending
outside the cabinet.
Manual shutoff
with 1/8” NPT
plugged tap for
test gauge connection.
To Gas Valve
(inside the
cabinet)
Ground
Joint
Union
Drip
Leg
Valve Outlet or
Orifice Pressure
Setting
Measuring valve outlet gas pressure cannot be done until the heater is in operation. It is included in the steps of the "Check-Test-Start" procedure in Paragraph
24. The following warnings and instructions apply.
NOTE: Gas Conversion
Kits are available for
changing from propane gas
to natural gas or natural gas
to propane gas. A factoryauthorized conversion kit
MUST be used.
For Natural Gas: When the heater leaves the factory, the combination gas valve
is set so that the valve outlet gas pressure for a single stage valve or high fire of a
two stage valve is regulated to 3.5" w.c. Inlet supply pressure to the valve for
natural gas must be a minimum of 5" w.c. or as noted on the rating plate and a
maximum of 14" w.c.
Check Valve Outlet
Pressure (can only be
done after heater is
operating)
Instructions
NOTE: If operating at high
altitude, outlet pressure
requires adjustment. Follow
instructions on page 14.
WARNING: Valve outlet gas pressure must never exceed 3.5"
w.c. for natural gas and 10" w.c. for propane gas.
For Propane Gas: When the heater leaves the factory, the combination gas valve
is set so that the valve outlet gas pressure for a single stage valve or high fire of a
two stage valve is regulated to 10" w.c. Inlet supply pressure to the valve for
propane gas must be a minimum of 11" w.c. and a maximum of 14" w.c.
Before attempting to measure or adjust valve outlet gas pressure, the inlet supply
pressure must be within the specified range both when the heater is in operation
and on standby. Incorrect inlet pressure could cause excessive valve outlet gas
pressure immediately or at some future time. If natural gas supply pressure is too
high, install a regulator in the supply line before it reaches the heater. If natural
gas supply pressure is too low, contact your gas supplier.
1) Locate the 1/8” output pressure tap on the valve (See FIGURE 11, page 14).
With the manual valve turned off to prevent flow to the gas valve, connect a
manometer to the 1/8" pipe outlet pressure tap in the valve. NOTE: A manometer (fluid-filled gauge) is recommended rather than a spring type gauge due to
the difficulty of maintaining calibration of a spring type gauge.
2) Open the manual valve and operate the heater. (NOTE: On Model UDAS,
depress and hold the door safety switch.) Measure the outlet pressure of the gas
valve. Normally when operating at sea level, adjustments should not be necessary to the factory setting. (For high altitude settings, see next paragraph.)
If adjustment is necessary, remove the cap from the adjustment screw(s). Set
pressure to correct settings by turning the regulator screw IN (clockwise) to
increase pressure. Turn regulator screw OUT (counterclockwise) to decrease
pressure.
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, Mfg #195673 Rev 4, Page 13
12. Gas Piping
and
Pressures
(cont’d)
Derate by Valve
Outlet Pressure
Adjustment for High
Altitude Operation
This adjustment can only
be done after the heater is
in operation. It is included
in the startup procedures.
NOTE: If elevation is
above 6000 ft (1830M), a
high altitude pressure
switch is required; see
Paragraph 7.
FIGURE 11 - Top View of
Valves showing Outlet
Pressure Tap and
Adjustment Locations
Single-Stage Valve
Output
Adjustment
Screw
1/8” Output
Pressure Tap
Inlet
Pressure
Tap
Two -Stage Valve
Adjust High
Pressure
Output
Inlet
Pressure
Tap
Adjust Low
Pressure
Output
1/8” Output
Pressure
Tap
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, P/N 195673 Rev 4, Page 14
Instructions for High Altitude Derate
1. Determine the required valve outlet pressure for the elevation where the heater
will be operating. If unsure of the elevation, contact the local gas supplier.
Valve Outlet Pressure Settings by Elevation
Manifold Pressure Settings by Altitude for the UNITED STATES
Altitude
Natural Gas (inches w.c.)
Propane Gas (inches w.c.)
Feet
Meters
0-2000
2001-3000
3001-4000
4001-5000
5001-6000
6001-7000
7001-8000
8001-9000
0-610
611-915
916-1220
1221-1525
1526-1830
1831-2135
2136-2440
2441-2745
Altitude
Feet
Single Stage and Two Stage Single Stage and Two Stage
Two Stage High Fire Low Fire Two Stage High Fire Low Fire
3.5
2.8
2.5
2.3
2.1
1.9
1.7
1.5
1.8
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.0
0.9
0.8
0.7
10.0
7.7
7.1
6.4
5.8
5.2
4.6
4.1
5.0
3.9
3.5
3.2
2.9
2.6
2.3
2.0
Manifold Pressure Settings by Altitude for CANADA
Natural Gas (inches w.c.)
Propane Gas (inches w.c.)
Meters
0-2000
0-610
2001-4500 611-1373
Single Stage and Two Stage Single Stage and Two Stage
Two Stage High Fire Low Fire Two Stage High Fire Low Fire
3.5
2.8
1.8
1.5
10.0
8.1
5.0
4.1
2. Locate the 1/8” output pressure tap on the valve (See FIGURE 11). Turn the
knob on the top of the valve to “OFF”. Connect a manometer to the 1/8" pipe
outlet pressure tap in the valve. Use a water column manometer that is readable
to the nearest tenth of an inch.
3. Single Stage and Two Stage High Fire - Turn the knob on the top of the valve
to “ON”. Remove the cap from the pressure adjusting screw and adjust the gas
train pressure to the pressure selected from the table above. Adjust pressure by
turning the regulator screw IN (clockwise) to increase pressure or OUT (counterclockwise) to decrease pressure.
Two Stage Low Fire - Disconnect the wire from the “HI” terminal on the gas
valve and check the low fire pressure. Turn the regulator screw to adjust the
low fire outlet pressure to the “Low Fire” pressure selected from the table. Reconnect the wire to the gas valve.
4. Turn up the thermostat. (NOTE: On Model UDAS, depress and hold the door
safety switch.) Cycle the burner once or twice to properly seat the adjustment
spring in the valve.
Re-check the pressure(s). When the outlet pressure is right for the installation,
remove the manometer and replace the cap.
Check for leak at the pressure tap fitting.
5. With the heater operating determine that the inlet pressure to the heater for
natural gas is between 5 and 13.5 inches w.c. and for propane between 10 and
13.5 inches w.c. Take this reading as close as possible to the heater (Heaters are
equipped with gas valves that have an inlet pressure tap.) If the inlet pressure is
not within the specified range, the inlet pressure must be corrected and Steps 3
and 4 repeated.
6. Find the High Altitude Adjustment label in the plastic bag that contained these
instructions. Using a permanent marker, fill-in the appropriate information from
the tables on page 15. Select a location for the label on the outside of the heater
access panel so that it will be conspicuous to anyone operating or servicing the
unit. Be sure the surface is clean and dry and adhere the label.
High Altitude
Capacity Changes
The input and/or the capacity of the heater changes with the derate. The tables
below list inputs and capacities at altitudes from sea level to 9000 ft.
BTUH Inputs and Capacities by Altitude in the UNITED STATES for Model UDAP and Model UDAS
ALTITUDE
Feet
0-2000
2001-3000
3001-4000
4001-5000
5001-6000
6001-7000
7001-8000
8001-9000
Feet
0-2000
2001-3000
3001-4000
4001-5000
5001-6000
6001-7000
7001-8000
8001-9000
Feet
0-2000
2001-3000
3001-4000
4001-5000
5001-6000
6001-7000
7001-8000
8001-9000
Feet
0-2000
2001-3000
3001-4000
4001-5000
5001-6000
6001-7000
7001-8000
8001-9000
Meters
0-610
611-915
916-1220
1221-1525
1526-1830
1831-2135
2136-2440
2441-2745
Meters
0-610
611-915
916-1220
1221-1525
1526-1830
1831-2135
2136-2440
2441-2745
Meters
0-610
611-915
916-1220
1221-1525
1526-1830
1831-2135
2136-2440
2441-2745
Meters
0-610
611-915
916-1220
1221-1525
1526-1830
1831-2135
2136-2440
2441-2745
Normal
Input
30000
26400
25200
24000
22800
21600
20400
19200
105000
92400
88200
84000
79800
75600
71400
62832
200000
176000
168000
160000
152000
144000
136000
128000
350000
308000
294000
280000
266000
252000
238000
224000
Thermal
Thermal
Thermal
Thermal
Minimum Normal
Minimum Normal
Minimum Normal
Minimum
Output
Output
Output
Output
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Size 30
24600
21648
20664
19680
18696
17712
16728
15744
Size 100
88200
77616
74088
70560
67032
63504
59976
52779
Size 200
166000
146080
139440
132800
126160
119520
112880
106240
Size 350
290500
255640
244020
232400
220780
209160
197540
185920
30000
26400
25200
24000
22800
21600
20400
19200
45000
39600
37800
36000
34200
32400
30600
28800
73500 120000
64680 105600
61740 100800
58800 96000
55860 91200
52920 86400
49980 81600
43982 76800
140000
123200
117600
112000
106400
100800
95200
89600
225000
198000
189000
180000
171000
162000
153000
144000
245000
215600
205800
196000
186200
176400
166600
156800
400000
352000
336000
320000
304000
288000
272000
256000
Size 45
37350
32868
31374
29880
28386
26892
25398
23904
Size 125
100800
88704
84672
80640
76608
72576
68544
64512
Size 225
186750
164340
156870
149400
141930
134460
126990
119520
Size 400
332000
292160
278880
265600
252320
239040
225760
212480
45000
39600
37800
36000
34200
32400
30600
28800
60000
52800
50400
48000
45600
43200
40800
38400
84000
73920
70560
67200
63840
60480
57120
53760
150000
132000
126000
120000
114000
108000
102000
96000
157500
138600
132300
126000
119700
113400
107100
100800
250000
220000
210000
200000
190000
180000
170000
160000
Size 60
49800
43824
41832
39840
37848
35856
33864
31872
Size 150
124500
109560
104580
99600
94620
89640
84660
79680
Size 250
207500
182600
174300
166000
157700
149400
141100
132800
42000
36960
35280
33600
31920
30240
28560
26880
75000
66000
63000
60000
57000
54000
51000
48000
105000
92400
88200
84000
79800
75600
71400
67200
175000
154000
147000
140000
133000
126000
119000
104720
175000
154000
147000
140000
133000
126000
119000
112000
300000
264000
252000
240000
228000
216000
204000
179520
Size 75
62250
54780
52290
49800
47310
44820
42330
39840
Size 175
145250
127820
122010
116200
110390
104580
98770
86918
Size 300
249000
219120
209160
199200
189240
179280
169320
149002
52500
46200
44100
42000
39900
37800
35700
33600
122500
107800
102900
98000
93100
88200
83300
73304
210000
184800
176400
168000
159600
151200
142800
125664
280000
246400
235200
224000
212800
201600
190400
179200
BTUH Inputs and Capacities by Altitude in CANADA for Models UDAP and UDAS
ALTITUDE
Feet
0-2000
2001-4500
Feet
0-2000
2001-4500
Feet
0-2000
2001-4500
Feet
0-2000
2001-4500
Meters
0-610
611-1373
Meters
0-610
611-1373
Meters
0-610
611-1373
Meters
0-610
611-1373
Normal
Input
30000
27000
105000
94500
200000
180000
350000
315000
Thermal
Thermal
Thermal
Thermal
Minimum Normal
Minimum Normal
Minimum Normal
Minimum
Output
Output
Output
Output
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Size 30
24600
22140
Size 100
88200
79380
Size 200
166000
151200
Size 350
290500
264600
30000
27000
45000
40500
73500 120000
66150 108000
140000 225000
126000 202500
245000 400000
220500 360000
Size 45
37350
33615
Size 125
100800
90720
Size 225
186750
170100
Size 400
332000
302400
45000
40500
60000
54000
84000 150000
75600 135000
157500 250000
141750 225000
Size 60
49800
44820
Size 150
124500
113400
Size 250
207500
189000
42000
37800
75000
67500
105000 175000
94500 157500
175000 300000
157500 270000
Size 75
62250
56025
Size 175
145250
132300
Size 300
249000
226800
52500
47250
122500
110250
210000
189000
280000
252000
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, Mfg #195673 Rev 4, Page 15
13. Burner
This heater has a one-piece TCORE2® burner assembly (patent pending) designed
to provide controlled flame stability without lifting or flashback with either natural or propane gas.
The burner can be removed as a unit for inspection or service; see Maintenance
Section for removal instructions.
14. Electrical
Supply and
Connections
All electrical wiring and connections, including electrical grounding MUST be
made in accordance with the National Electric Code ANSI/NFPA No. 70 (latest
edition) or, in Canada, with CSA Standard C22.1. In addition, the installer should
be aware of any local ordinances or gas company requirements that might apply.
CAUTION: If any of the
original wire as supplied
with the appliance must
be replaced, it must be
replaced with wiring
material having a
temperature rating of at
least 105°C, except for
limit control, flame
rollout, and sensor lead
wires which must be
150°C. See Hazard
Levels, page 2.
The electrical supply enters at the rear of the heater (See FIGURE 13). Model
UDAS includes a built-in disconnect switch (20A @ 115V; 10A @ 230V Rating).
Model UDAS supply wiring connects to leads located inside a sealed electrical
box. To maintain the sealing feature of the electrical box, always replace the cover
plate. Model UDAP supply wiring connects directly to leads on the integrated
circuit board.
The circuit board (See FIGURE 12) is located inside on the bottom of the control
compartment. The circuit board is polarity sensitive. It is advisable to check the
electrical supply to be certain that the black wire is the “hot” wire and that the
white wire is the neutral wire. The supply connection made to “L1” on the circuit
board must be the “hot” wire.
x
Spark
Transformer
Control
Plug
CAUTION: Route wires
so that they do not
contact the flue wrapper
or venter housing.
Check the rating plate on the heater for the supply voltage and current requirements. A dedicated line voltage supply with disconnect switch should be run directly from the main electrical panel to the heater. All external wiring must be
within approved conduit and have a minimum temperature rise rating of 60°C.
Conduit must be run so as not to interfere with the heater access panel. If the
installation requires a stepdown transformer (Option CG), follow the instructions
shipped with the option package for attaching the transformer to the heater.
Fuse
Thermostat
Connections
FIGURE 12 - Supply
Wiring Connections at
the Circuit Board (DSI
Integrated Control
Module)
Supply Wiring
Connections
NOTE: Circuit
board is polarity
sensitive; “hot” wire
must be connected
to Terminal L1.
Fan/Blower
Off
Delay
Status
Lights
24V Control Wiring
Connections
For all models, the terminal strip for 24 volt thermostat connections is located on
the outside of the cabinet at the back of the heater (See FIGURE 13). Wires from
the terminal strip are factory wired to the circuit board.
15. Thermostat
and
Connections
Use either an optional thermostat available with the heater or a field-supplied 24volt thermostat. Install according to the thermostat manufacturer's instructions, paying particular attention to the requirements regarding the location of the thermostat.
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, P/N 195673 Rev 4, Page 16
Make sure that the heat anticipator setting on the thermostat is 0.6 amps (or in
accordance with the amperage value noted on the wiring diagram of your heater).
Make thermostat connections at the terminal strip on the back of the heater. The
strip has four terminals, R, G, W1, and W2; refer to the wiring diagram.
FIGURE 13 - Terminal
Strip for 24-volt wiring
is on the outside rear
of the heater
Rear View - Model UDAP
NOTE: The size of heater
illustrated has a vertical
terminal strip. Some sizes
have a horizontal terminal
strip.
Terminal
Strip
Supply
Wiring
Entrance
R
G
W1
W2
Rear View - Model UDAS
Terminal
Strip
Built-in
Disconnect
Switch
R
G
W1
W2
Supply
Wiring
Entrance
Unit Mounted
Thermostat Option CM3
If the heater was ordered with Option CM3, a kit for mounting the thermostat on
the rear of the heater is shipped separately. Follow the instructions in the option
package to attach the bracket.
Select a snap-action thermostat when using the unit mounted thermostat bracket.
Do not use a mercury switch thermostat because the vibration may cause excessive unit cycling. Be careful with the thermostat leads; shorting the thermostat
wires to a metal surface will cause the transformer to fail.
Multiple Heater
Control - Option
CL31 and Option
CL32
If the heater was ordered with a multiple heater control option, one thermostat can
be used to control up to six heaters. The option includes a 40VA transformer that
replaces the standard transformer in the “master” unit and a relay assembly that
attaches to the “slave” unit. Option CL31 provides for control of two heaters. If
control of additional heaters is desired (up to six total), Option CL32 which is the
relay assembly only must be added to each of the “slave” heaters.
The option packages are shipped separately and include complete instructions on
installation and wiring.
16. Combustion
Air Proving
Switch
(Pressure
Switch)
The combustion air proving switch is a pressure sensitive switch that monitors air
pressure to ensure that proper combustion airflow is available. On Model UDAP,
the switch is a single pole/normally open device which closes when a negative
pressure is sensed in the venter housing. On Model UDAS, the switch senses the
differential pressure between the negative pressure in the venter housing and the
pressure in the cabinet. (For switch location, see FIGURE 18, page 31.)
On startup when the heater is cold, the sensing pressure is at the most negative
level, and as the heater and flue system warm up, the sensing pressure becomes
less negative. After the system has reached equilibrium (about 20 minutes), the
sensing pressure levels off.
If a restriction or excessive flue length or turns cause the sensing pressure to be
outside the switch setpoint, the pressure switch will function to shutoff the main
burner. The main burner will remain off until the system has cooled and/or the flue
system resistance is reduced.
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, Mfg #195673 Rev 4, Page 17
16. Combustion
Air Proving
Switch (cont’d)
The two Tables on the left below list the approximate water column negative pressure readings and switch setpoints for sea level operating conditions for Model
UDAP and Model UDAP-CV heaters. The Table on the right lists the approximate
water column differential pressure readings and switch setpoints for sea level operating conditions for Model UDAS heaters.
Pressure Switch Settings
Start-Up Equilibrium Setpoint Setpoint
Cold
Hot
OFF
ON
Negative Pressure Measured in " w.c.
30
1.00
0.78
0.40
0.58
45
0.95
0.75
0.40
0.58
60
1.00
0.78
0.50
0.68
75
1.00
0.85
0.50
0.68
100
0.85
0.72
0.50
0.68
125
0.75
0.60
0.40
0.58
150
0.75
0.65
0.50
0.68
175
0.75
0.65
0.40
0.58
200, 225
2.20
1.50
1.10
1.30
250, 300
2.30
1.60
1.10
1.30
350, 400
2.60
1.80
1.40
1.60
Model
UDAP
Model Start-Up Equilibrium Setpoint Setpoint
UDAP-CV
Cold
Hot
OFF
ON
with Opt
Negative Pressure Measured in " w.c.
AV6
30
1.10
0.84
0.65
0.83
45
1.10
0.81
0.50
0.68
60
0.92
0.75
0.60
0.78
75
0.97
0.78
0.60
0.78
100
0.88
0.71
0.55
0.73
17. Limit Control
Label
Color
Switch
P/N
Model
UDAS
Green
Green
Orange
Orange
Orange
Green
Orange
Green
Blue
Blue
Red
197030
197030
196388
196388
196388
197030
196388
197030
201158
201158
201159
30
45
60
75
100
125
150, 175
200, 225
250, 300
350, 400
Label
Color
Switch
P/N
Yellow
Orange
Lt Blue
Lt Blue
White
197028
196388
197029
197029
196362
Start-Up Equilibrium Setpoint Setpoint
Cold
Hot
OFF
ON
Differential Pressure Measured in " w.c.
1.00
0.78
0.65
0.83
1.05
0.80
0.65
0.83
1.10
0.85
0.65
0.83
1.10
0.85
0.65
0.83
0.85
0.72
0.55
0.73
0.75
0.60
0.45
0.63
0.75
0.65
0.50
0.68
2.20
1.50
1.10
1.30
2.30
1.60
1.10
1.30
2.60
1.80
1.40
1.60
Label
Color
Switch
P/N
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
White
Pink
Orange
Blue
Blue
Red
197028
197028
197028
197028
196362
197032
196388
201158
201158
201159
DANGER: Safe operation of this unit requires
proper venting flow. NEVER bypass
combustion air proving switch or attempt to
operate the unit without the venter running
and the proper flow in the vent system.
Hazardous conditions could result. See Hazard
Levels, page 2.
All units are equipped with a temperature activated auto reset limit control. The
control is factory set and is non-adjustable. If the setpoint is reached, the limit
control will interrupt the electric supply to the gas valve. This safety device provides protection in the case of motor failure or lack of airflow due to a restriction
at the inlet or outlet. (For location, see FIGURE 18, page 31.)
CAUTION: The auto reset limit control will continue to shut down
the heater until the cause is corrected. Never bypass the limit
control; hazardous conditions could result. See Hazard Intensity
Levels, page 2.
18. Flame
Rollout
Switch Sizes 30-125
only
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, P/N 195673 Rev 4, Page 18
Sizes 30-125 are equipped with a temperature activated manually reset flame rollout
switch. The flame rollout switch is located at the top of the burner assembly. It is
factory set and is non-adjustable. If the setpoint is reached, the flame rollout acts to
interrupt the electric supply to the gas valve. If the flame rollout switch activates,
identify and correct the cause before resetting the switch. Refer to the Maintenance Section for information on probable causes and instructions on resetting the
flame rollout switch. (For location, see FIGURE 18, page 31.)
DANGER: If the manual reset flame rollout switch activates,
identify and correct the cause before resetting the switch. Never
bypass the flame rollout switch; hazardous conditions could result.
See Hazard Intensity Levels, page 2.
19. Door Switch
- Model
UDAS only
All sizes of Model UDAS heaters are equipped with a door switch which prevents
the heater from operating when the service door panel is open. The service panel
of a Model UDAS is equipped with a pliable gasket material that fully seals the
door to provide added protection from building air entering the combustion zone
of the heater. (For switch location, see FIGURE 18, page 31.)
20. Ignition
System
This heater is equipped with a direct spark integrated control module (circuit board).
The module monitors the safety devices and controls the operation of the fan and
venter motors and the gas valve between heat cycles.
FIGURE 14 – DSI Integrated Control Module (circuit board)
Spark
Transformer
Control
Plug
x
Fuse
Thermostat
Connections
Dip Switch
Fan/Blower
Off
Delay
Status
Lights
Control Status - Green LED Codes
Steady ON....... Normal Operation, No call for heat
Fast Flash ........ Normal Operation, Call for heat
1 Flash ............ System Lockout, Failed to detect or sustain
flame
2 Flashes ......... Pressure Switch Did Not Close within 30
Seconds of Venter Motor
3 Flashes ......... High Limit or Flame Rollout Switch Open
4 Flashes ......... Pressure switch is closed before venter
motor is energized
Steady OFF ..... Blown Fuse, No Power, or Defective Board
Normal Heat Cycle
Operating
Sequence
LED Lights
Flame Status - Yellow LED Codes
Steady ON....... Flame is sensed
Slow Flash ...... Weak flame (current below 1.0
microamps ±50%)
Fast Flash ........ Undesired Flame (valve open
and no call for heat)
Fan/Blower OFF Delay Settings (dip switches)
SW-1 SW-2 Time
Off
Off
120 seconds (factory setting)
Off
On
90 seconds
On
Off
160 seconds
On
On
180 seconds
1) Call for Heat - The thermostat calls for heat by energizing the “W” terminal.
The control checks to see that the limit switch is closed and the pressure switch is
open. If the limit switch is open, the control responds as defined in the “Abnormal
Heat Cycle, Limit Switch Operation”. If the pressure switch is closed, the control
will do four flashes on the green LED and wait indefinitely for the pressure switch
to open. If the pressure switch is open, the control proceeds to prepurge.
2) Prepurge - The control energizes the venter motor and waits for the pressure
switch to close. If the pressure switch does not close within 30 seconds of the
venter motor energizing, the control will do two flashes on the green LED. The
control will leave the venter motor energized indefinitely as long as the call for
heat remains and the pressure switch is open.
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, Mfg #195673 Rev 4, Page 19
20. Ignition
System
(cont’d)
Normal Heat
Cycle Operating
Sequence (cont’d)
Abnormal Heat
Cycle Functions
When the pressure switch is proven closed, the control begins the prepurge time.
If flame is present any time while in prepurge, the prepurge time is restarted. If
flame is present long enough to cause lockout, the control responds as defined in
“Fault Modes, Undesired Flame”.
The control runs the venter motor for a 20 second prepurge time, then proceeds to
the ignition trial period.
3) Ignition Trial Period - The control energizes the spark and main gas valve.
The venter remains energized. If flame is sensed during the first 10 seconds, the
spark is de-energized and the control proceeds to heat fan/blower on delay. If
flame has not been sensed during the first 10 seconds, the control de-energizes the
spark output and keeps the gas valve energized for an additional one second flame
proving period. If flame is not present after the flame proving period, the control
de-energizes the gas valve and proceeds with ignition re-tries as specified in “Abnormal Heat Cycle, Ignition Re-try”. If flame is present, the control proceeds to
the fan/blower on delay.
4) Fan/Blower On Delay - The control waits for 30 seconds from the time the gas
valve opened and then energizes the fan/blower motor. The gas valve and venter
motor remain energized. The control proceeds to steady heat mode.
5) Steady Heat - Control inputs are continuously monitored to ensure limit and
pressure switches are closed, flame is established, and the thermostat call for heat
remains. When the thermostat call for heat is removed, the control de-energizes
the gas valve and begins post-purge and fan/blower off delay timing.
6) Post Purge - The venter motor output remains on for a 45 second post-purge
period after the thermostat is satisfied.
7) Fan/Blower Off Delay - The fan/blower motor is de-energized after a blower
off delay as selected by the dip switches. Timing begins when the thermostat is
satisfied. Delay times are as follows:
SW1 SW2 Time
OFF OFF 120 seconds (default when shipped)
OFF ON
90 seconds
ON
OFF 160 seconds
ON
ON
180 seconds
Interrupted Thermostat Call for Heat - If the thermostat demand for heat is
removed before the flame is recognized, the control will run the venter motor for
the post purge period and de-energize all outputs.
If the thermostat demand for heat is removed after successful ignition, the control
will de-energize the gas valve, run the venter motor through post purge, and run
the fan/blower motor on heat speed for the selected delay off time.
Ignition Retry - If flame is not established on the first trial for ignition period, the
control de-energizes the gas valve and the venter motor remains energized for an
inter-purge period of 10 seconds. The spark and gas valve are then re-energized,
and the control initiates another trial for ignition.
If flame is not established on the second trial for ignition, the control de-energizes
the gas valve, energizes the fan/blower motor on heat speed, and venter motor
remains energized. The fan/blower motor is shut off after the longest selectable
fan delay time (180 seconds). When the fan/blower motor de-energizes, the spark
and gas valve are re-energized and the control initiates another trial for ignition.
(This fan delay is self-healing feature for an open auxiliary limit switch).
If flame is not established on the third trial for ignition period, the control deenergizes the gas valve, and the venter motor remains energized for an inter-purge
period of 10 seconds. The control then re-energizes the gas valve and spark and
initiates another trial for ignition.
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, P/N 195673 Rev 4, Page 20
If flame is not established on the fourth trial for ignition (initial try plus 3 re-tries),
the control de-energizes the gas valve and goes into lockout. The control goes to
one flash on the green LED to indicate ignition failure lockout.
Limit Switch Operation - The limit switch is ignored unless a call for heat is
present (W energized). If the limit switch is open and a call for heat is present, the
control de-energizes the gas valve and turns the fan/blower motor on heat speed
and runs the venter motor.
When the switch re-closes or the call for heat is lost, the control runs the venter
motor through post purge and runs the blower/fan motor through the selected fan
off delay. The control will return to normal operation after fan off delay is completed.
Pressure Switch - If the pressure switch opens before the trial for ignition period,
the venter motor will run through the pressure switch recognition delay (2 seconds), the gas valve will be de-energized, and the venter motor will run through
the postpurge time. The control will re-start the heat cycle at the pressure switch
proving state if the call for heat still exists.
Pressure switch opening for less than 2 seconds during the trial for ignition period
shall not interrupt the heat cycle. (Gas valve will de-energize while the pressure
switch is open.)
If the pressure switch opens after a successful ignition, the control will de-energize
the gas valve. If flame is lost before the end of the 2 second pressure switch recognition delay, the control will respond to the loss of flame. If the pressure switch
remains open for 2 seconds and the flame remains, the control de-energizes the gas
valve, the venter motor runs through post-purge, and the fan/blower motor runs on
heat speed through the selected fan off delay. When the fan off delay is over, the
fan/blower motor is de-energized, and a heat cycle is begun if the call for heat still
exists.
Continuous Fan
Operation
When the thermostat calls for continuous fan (G) without a call for heat, the fan
motor is energized after a .25 second delay. NOTE: This brief on delay is to allow
the “G” terminal to energize slightly before “Y” and an external changeover relay
to switch from “G” to “W” without causing momentary glitches in the fan/blower
output. The fan remains energized as long as the call for fan remains without a call
for heat.
If a call for heat (W) occurs during continuous fan, the fan/blower will de-energize.
A call for fan is ignored while in lockout.
Fault Modes
Undesired Flame - If flame is sensed longer than 10 seconds while the gas valve
is de-energized, the control shall energize the venter motor and fan/blower motor
on heat speed. When flame is no longer sensed, the venter motor will run through
postpurge, and the fan/blower motor will run through the selected heat fan off
delay time. The control will do a soft lockout, but will still respond to open limit
and flame. The FLAME (yellow) LED shall flash rapidly when lockout is due to
undesired flame.
Gas Valve Relay Fault - If the control senses the gas valve as energized for more
than one second when the control is not attempting to energize the gas valve, or the
gas valve is sensed as not energized when it is supposed to be energized, then the
control will lockout with green LED off. The control assumes either the contacts
of the relay driving the gas valve have welded shut, or the sensing circuit has
failed. The venter motor is forced off to open the pressure switch to stop gas flow
unless flame is present.
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, Mfg #195673 Rev 4, Page 21
If the gas valve was sensed as closed when it should be open, and has not deenergized after the venter motor was shutoff for 15 seconds, then the venter motor
is re-energized to vent the unburned gas.
20. Ignition
System
(cont’d)
Soft Lockout - The control shall not initiate a call for heat or call for continuous
fan while in lockout. The control will still respond to an open limit and undesired
flame. Lockout shall automatically reset after one hour. Lockout may be manually
reset by removing power from the control for more than one second or removing
the thermostat call for heat for more than one and less than 20 seconds.
Fault Modes
(cont’d)
Hard Lockout - If the control detects a fault on the control board, the status LED
will be de-energized, and the control will lockout as long as the fault remains. A
hard lockout will automatically reset if the hardware fault clears.
Power Interruption - During a momentary power interruption or at voltage levels
below the minimum operating voltage (line voltage or low voltage) the system will
self-recover without lockout when voltage returns to the operating range.
Lockout
Power interruptions of less than 80mS shall not cause the control to change operating states. Power interruptions greater than 80mS may cause the control to interrupt the current operating cycle and re-start.
21. Gas Valve
The main operating gas valve is powered by the 24-volt control circuit through the
thermostat and safety controls. The main control valve is of the diaphragm type
providing regulated gas flow preset at the factory. (For location, see FIGURE 18,
page 31.)
WARNING: The operating valve is the prime safety shutoff. All
gas supply lines must be free of dirt or scale before connecting
the unit to ensure positive closure. See Hazard Levels, page 2.
22. Fan Motor
The fan motor is equipped with thermal overload protection of the automatic reset
type. Should the motor refuse to run, it may be because of improper current characteristics. Make certain that the correct voltage is available at the motor.
NOTE: If the unit is equipped with an optional totally enclosed motor or optional
voltage, the horsepower may be larger than the standard motor. Refer to the motor
nameplate to verify horsepower.
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, P/N 195673 Rev 4, Page 22
23. Wiring Diagrams
30 VA
SYSTEM TRANSFORMER
BR
W
24V
WIRE NUT
G
GRD
SCREW
SW1
SEC
P3-1
Y
P3-2
L1
NEUTRAL NEUTRAL
L1
Y
W
G
W
R
R
P3-4
R
R
P3-5
W2
LIMIT CONTROL
R
R
R
P1-8
P1-3
R
FLAME ROLLOUT
(MODELS 30-125 ONLY)
Y
P1-6
G
BR
3.0 AMP
R
DOOR INTERLOCK
(UDAS ONLY)
W
ATO OR ATC
FUSE
EAC/BLO
P3-3
FAN MOTOR
BK
W
BK
CAPACITOR
(SEE NOTE #6)
LED FLASH CODES
C
BR/W
PR
COM
NEUTRAL
W1
G
G
BK
BK
G
GREEN LED
STEADY ON
NORMAL OPERATION NO CALL FOR HEAT
FAST FLASH NORMAL OPERATION CALL FOR HEAT
1 FLASH
IN LOCKOUT FROM FAILED IGNITIONS OR FLAME LOSSES
2 FLASH
PRESSURE SWITCH DOES NOT CLOSE WITHIN 30 SECONDS
OF VENTER ENERGIZED
3 FLASH
LIMIT SWITCH OR ROLLOUT SWITCH OPEN
4 FLASH
PRESSURE SWITCH IS CLOSED BEFORE VENTER IS
ENERGIZED
STEADY OFF INTERNAL CONTROL FAULT OR NO POWER
YELLOW LED
PRESSURE SWITCH
Y
Y
P1-5
BL
P1-4
STEADY ON
FLAME SENSED
SLOW FLASH WEAK FLAME
FAST FLASH UNDESIRED FLAME (VALVE OPEN & NO CALL FOR HEAT)
FLAME
P1-2
BR
R
P1-7
BR
P1-9
ELECTRODE
SW1
TEST
TIME
1
90
OFF
ON
120
OFF
OFF
160
ON
OFF
180
ON
ON
IND
BK
VENTER
MOTOR
2
FLAME
LED
OK
LED
Y
G
NEUTRAL
W
SPARK
TRANSFORMER
DSI CONTROL
CAPACITOR
(SEE NOTE #7)
SPARK GAP
OPERATING SEQUENCE
NOTES
1. THE FOLLOWING CONTROLS ARE FIELD INSTALLED OPTIONS: THERMOSTAT
2. DOTTED WIRING INSTALLED BY OTHERS.
3. CAUTION: IF ANY OF THE ORIGINAL WIRING AS SUPPLIED WITH THE
APPLIANCE MUST BE REPLACED, IT MUST BE REPLACED WITH WIRING MATERIAL
HAVING A TEMPERATURE RATING OF AT LEAST 105° C. EXCEPT FOR SENSOR
LEAD WIRE, FLAME ROLLOUT AND LIMIT WIRING WHICH MUST BE 150° C.
4. USE 18 GA. WIRE FOR ALL WIRING ON THE UNIT.
5. LINE AND FAN MOTOR BRANCH WIRE SIZES SHOULD BE OF A SIZE TO PREVENT
VOLTAGE DROPS BEYOND 5% OF SUPPLY LINE VOLTAGE.
6. CAPACITOR IS REMOTE MOUNTED AND INCLUDED ONLY ON 115V MODELS
150-400 AND 208/230V MODELS 100-400.
7. CAPACITOR IS REMOTE MOUNTED AND INCLUDED ONLY ON MODELS 150 - 400.
8. SET THERMOSTAT ANTICIPATOR AT 0.6 AMPS.
BK
G
FLAME
GROUND
1. SET THERMOSTAT AT LOWEST SETTING, (FAN SWITCH
AT "AUTO" POSITION, OPTION CL2 ONLY).
2. TURN ON MANUAL GAS VALVE.
3. TURN ON POWER TO UNIT.
4. SET THERMOSTAT AT DESIRED SETTING.
5. THERMOSTAT CALLS FOR HEAT, ENERGIZING THE VENTER MOTOR.
6. VENTER PRESSURE SWITCH CLOSES, FIRING UNIT AT FULL RATE.
7. BURNER FLAME IS SENSED, AND IN 30 SECONDS THE FAN MOTOR IS ENERGIZED.
8. IF THE FLAME IS EXTINGUISHED DURING MAIN BURNER OPERATION,
THE INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM CLOSES THE MAIN VALVE AND
MUST BE RESET BY INTERRUPTING POWER TO THE CONTROL CIRCUIT
(SEE LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS).
9. SET FAN SWITCH AT "ON" POSITION FOR CONTINUOUS FAN OPERATION, OPTION CL2 ONLY.
W
BR
GAS VALVE
BL
FAN OFF DELAY
BR/W
(OPT CL2) W.R. 1C30-341 THERMOSTAT
W-S23-6 SUBBASE (SEE NOTE #8)
115/208/230
VOLT
R
R
OPTIONAL FACTORY
WIRING
G
FIELD WIRING
LINE/1/60
Y
DISCONNECT SWITCH
(UDAS ONLY)
BK
FACTORY WIRING
W
TERMINAL STRIP
(OPT CL3) T874F OR (OPT CL1) W.R.
1C30-341 THERMOSTAT (SEE NOTE #8)
FIGURE 15A - Typical Wiring Diagram for Model UDAP or Model UDAS, Single Stage
FIELD CONTROL WIRING
TOTAL WIRE
LENGTH
DISTANCE FROM
UNIT TO CONTROL
75'
125'
175'
150'
250'
350'
MIN. RECOMMENDED
WIRE GAUGE
#18 GA. WIRE
#16 GA. WIRE
#14 GA. WIRE
WIRING CODE
BLACK - BK
BROWN - BR
RED - R
ORANGE - O
YELLOW - Y
GREEN - G
BLUE - BL
PURPLE - PR
WHITE - W
UDAP & UDAS SERIES
WD# 185139 REV #1 AG1
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, Mfg #195673 Rev 4, Page 23
23. Wiring Diagrams (cont’d)
FIGURE 15B - Typical Wiring Diagram for Model UDAP or Model UDAS, Single Stage with
Optional Air Recirculation
30 VA
SYSTEM TRANSFORMER
BR
W
24V
TERMINAL STRIP
WIRE NUT
G
GRD
SCREW
BK
BK
SW1
G
SEC
P3-1
Y
P3-2
COM
L1
NEUTRAL NEUTRAL
L1
Y
W
NEUTRAL
G
FAN MOTOR
W2
BK
EAC/BLO
R
R
P3-4
R
RH
P3-5
RC
W2
LIMIT CONTROL
R
R
R
P1-8
P1-3
R
FLAME ROLLOUT
(MODELS 30-125 ONLY)
Y
P1-6
G
CAPACITOR
(SEE NOTE #6)
LED FLASH CODES
C
W
BR
W
ATO OR ATC
FUSE
R
DOOR INTERLOCK
(UDAS ONLY)
3.0 AMP
P3-3
BK
BR/W
PR
G
W1
G
G
R
OPTIONAL FACTORY
WIRING
W1
(OPT CL18) T874F THERMOSTAT
Q674C SUBBASE (SEE NOTES #8 AND #9)
DISCONNECT SWITCH
(UDAS ONLY)
BK
FIELD WIRING
LINE/1/60
Y
115/208/230
VOLT
FACTORY WIRING
GREEN LED
STEADY ON
NORMAL OPERATION NO CALL FOR HEAT
FAST FLASH
NORMAL OPERATION CALL FOR HEAT
1 FLASH
IN LOCKOUT FROM FAILED IGNITIONS OR FLAME LOSSES
2 FLASH
PRESSURE SWITCH DOES NOT CLOSE WITHIN 30 SECONDS
OF VENTER ENERGIZED
3 FLASH
LIMIT SWITCH OR ROLLOUT SWITCH OPEN
4 FLASH
PRESSURE SWITCH IS CLOSED BEFORE VENTER IS
ENERGIZED
STEADY OFF INTERNAL CONTROL FAULT OR NO POWER
YELLOW LED
P1-5
BL
P1-4
STEADY ON
SLOW FLASH WEAK FLAME
FAST FLASH
UNDESIRED FLAME (VALVE OPEN & NO CALL FOR HEAT)
FAN OFF DELAY
TEST
IND
BK
VENTER
MOTOR
TIME
P1-2
BR
FLAME
R
P1-7
ELECTRODE
BR
P1-9
90
OFF
ON
120
OFF
OFF
160
ON
OFF
180
ON
ON
FLAME
LED
OK
LED
Y
G
NEUTRAL
W
W
BK
G
BR/W
GAS VALVE
BL
FLAME SENSED
SPARK
TRANSFORMER
DSI CONTROL
FLAME
GROUND
BR
PRESSURE SWITCH
Y
Y
CAPACITOR
(SEE NOTE #7)
SPARK GAP
OPERATING SEQUENCE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
SET THERMOSTAT AT LOWEST SETTING, FAN SWITCH AT "AUTO" POSITION.
TURN ON MANUAL GAS VALVE.
TURN ON POWER TO UNIT.
SET THERMOSTAT AT DESIRED SETTING.
LOW STAGE OF THERMOSTAT CALLS FOR HEAT, ENERGIZING THE FAN MOTOR.
HIGH STAGE OF THERMOSTAT CALLS FOR HEAT, ENERGIZING THE VENTER MOTOR.
VENTER PRESSURE SWITCH CLOSES, FIRING UNIT AT FULL RATE.
SET FAN SWITCH AT "ON" POSITION FOR CONTINUOUS FAN OPERATION.
IF THE FLAME IS EXTINGUISHED DURING MAIN BURNER OPERATION,
THE INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM CLOSES THE MAIN VALVE AND
MUST BE RESET BY INTERRUPTING POWER TO THE CONTROL CIRCUIT
(SEE LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS).
NOTES
THE FOLLOWING CONTROLS ARE FIELD INSTALLED OPTIONS: THERMOSTAT
DOTTED WIRING INSTALLED BY OTHERS.
CAUTION: IF ANY OF THE ORIGINAL WIRING AS SUPPLIED WITH THE
APPLIANCE MUST BE REPLACED, IT MUST BE REPLACED WITH WIRING MATERIAL
HAVING A TEMPERATURE RATING OF AT LEAST 105° C. EXCEPT FOR SENSOR
LEAD WIRE, FLAME ROLLOUT AND LIMIT WIRING WHICH MUST BE 150° C.
USE 18 GA. WIRE FOR ALL WIRING ON THE UNIT.
LINE AND FAN MOTOR BRANCH WIRE SIZES SHOULD BE OF A SIZE TO PREVENT
VOLTAGE DROPS BEYOND 5% OF SUPPLY LINE VOLTAGE.
CAPACITOR IS REMOTE MOUNTED AND INCLUDED ONLY ON 115V MODELS
150-400 AND 208/230V MODELS 100-400.
CAPACITOR IS REMOTE MOUNTED AND INCLUDED ONLY ON MODELS 150 - 400.
SET THERMOSTAT SECOND STAGE ANTICIPATOR AT 0.6 AMPS. AND FIRST
STAGE ANTICIPATOR AT MINIMUM.
JUMPER THERMOSTAT TERMINALS G TO W1 AND RH TO RC IF FAN CONTROL FROM
THERMOSTAT FAN SWITCH IS DESIRED.
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, P/N 195673 Rev 4, Page 24
FIELD CONTROL WIRING
TOTAL WIRE
LENGTH
DISTANCE FROM
UNIT TO CONTROL
150'
250'
350'
75'
125'
175'
WIRING CODE
BLACK - BK
BROWN - BR
RED - R
ORANGE - O
YELLOW - Y
GREEN - G
BLUE - BL
PURPLE - PR
WHITE - W
UDAP & UDAS SERIES
WD# 185306 REV#2
MIN. RECOMMENDED
WIRE GAUGE
#18 GA. WIRE
#16 GA. WIRE
#14 GA. WIRE
FIGURE 15C - Typical Wiring Diagram for Model UDAP or Model UDAS, Two Stage Gas Valve
30 VA
SYSTEM TRANSFORMER
W
BR
BK
G
GRD
SCREW
SW1
SEC
PR
P3-1
Y
P3-2
COM
L1
NEUTRAL NEUTRAL
L1
Y
NEUTRAL
W1
G
W1
P3-4
R
R
G
BR
DOOR INTERLOCK
(UDAS ONLY)
RH
P3-5
RC
LIMIT CONTROL
R
R
W2
P1-8
W2
O
R
P1-3
R
FLAME ROLLOUT
(MODELS 30-125 ONLY)
Y
P1-6
FAN MOTOR
BK
W
BK
ATO OR ATC
FUSE
R
R
W
3.0 AMP
EAC/BLO
P3-3
W
BR/W
G
(OPT CL18) T874F THERMOSTAT
Q674C SUBBASE (SEE NOTE #8 AND #9)
115/208/230
VOLT
24V
WIRE NUT
G
G
BK
W2
R
OPTIONAL FACTORY
WIRING
G
FIELD WIRING
R
LINE/1/60
Y
DISCONNECT SWITCH
(UDAS ONLY)
BK
FACTORY WIRING
TERMINAL STRIP
(OPT CL7) T874F THERMOSTAT
Q674G SUBBASE (SEE NOTE #8)
W1
CAPACITOR
(SEE NOTE #6)
LED FLASH CODES
C
GREEN LED
STEADY ON
NORMAL OPERATION NO CALL FOR HEAT
FAST FLASH NORMAL OPERATION CALL FOR HEAT
1 FLASH
IN LOCKOUT FROM FAILED IGNITIONS OR FLAME
2 FLASH
PRESSURE SWITCH DOES NOT CLOSE WITHIN
30 SECONDS OF VENTER ENERGIZED
3 FLASH
LIMIT SWITCH OR ROLLOUT SWITCH OPEN
4 FLASH
PRESSURE SWITCH IS CLOSED BEFORE
VENTER IS ENERGIZED
STEADY OFF INTERNAL CONTROL FAULT OR NO POWER
YELLOW LED
O
P1-2
STG
FLAME
ELECTRODE
HI
R
P1-7
BR
P1-9
FLAME SENSED
SLOW FLASH WEAK FLAME
FAST FLASH UNDESIRED FLAME (VALVE OPEN & NO CALL
FOR HEAT)
FAN OFF DELAY
SW
1
TEST
IND
BK
VENTER
MOTOR
2
90
OFF
ON
120
OFF
OFF
160
ON
OFF
180
ON
ON
FLAME
LED
OK
LED
Y
G
NEUTRAL
W
W
G
SPARK
TRANSFORMER
DSI CONTROL
BK
FLAME
GROUND
BR
STG
LOW
HIGH
STG
HIGH
HI
STEADY ON
TIME
BR
C
P1-5
P1-4
BL
LO
BR
C
O
BL
STG
LOW
MV
HONEYWELL
TWO STAGE
GAS VALVE
PRESSURE SWITCH
Y
Y
BR/W
ALT.
HONEYWELL
TWO STAGE
GAS VALVE
CAPACITOR
(SEE NOTE #7)
SPARK GAP
OPERATING SEQUENCE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
SET THERMOSTAT AT LOWEST SETTING, (FAN SWITCH AT "AUTO" POSITION, OPTION CL18 ONLY).
TURN ON MANUAL GAS VALVE.
TURN ON POWER TO UNIT.
SET THERMOSTAT AT DESIRED SETTING.
LOW STAGE OF THERMOSTAT CALLS FOR HEAT, ENERGIZING THE VENTER MOTOR.
VENTER PRESSURE SWITCH CLOSES, FIRING UNIT AT LOW RATE.
BURNER FLAME IS SENSED, AND IN 30 SECONDS THE FAN MOTOR IS ENERGIZED.
HIGH STAGE OF THERMOSTAT CALLS FOR HEAT, FIRING UNIT AT FULL RATE.
SET FAN SWITCH AT "ON" POSITION FOR CONTINUOUS FAN OPERATION, OPTION CL18 ONLY.
IF THE FLAME IS EXTINGUISHED DURING MAIN BURNER OPERATION,
THE INTEGRATED CONTROL SYSTEM CLOSES THE MAIN VALVE AND
MUST BE RESET BY INTERRUPTING POWER TO THE CONTROL CIRCUIT
(SEE LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS).
NOTES
1. THE FOLLOWING CONTROLS ARE FIELD INSTALLED OPTIONS: THERMOSTAT
2. DOTTED WIRING INSTALLED BY OTHERS.
3. CAUTION: IF ANY OF THE ORIGINAL WIRING AS SUPPLIED WITH THE
APPLIANCE MUST BE REPLACED, IT MUST BE REPLACED WITH WIRING MATERIAL
HAVING A TEMPERATURE RATING OF AT LEAST 105° C. EXCEPT FOR SENSOR
LEAD WIRE, FLAME ROLLOUT AND LIMIT WIRING WHICH MUST BE 150° C.
4. USE 18 GA. WIRE FOR ALL WIRING ON THE UNIT.
5. LINE AND FAN MOTOR BRANCH WIRE SIZES SHOULD BE OF A SIZE TO PREVENT
VOLTAGE DROPS BEYOND 5% OF SUPPLY LINE VOLTAGE.
6. CAPACITOR IS REMOTE MOUNTED AND INCLUDED ONLY ON 115V MODELS
150-400 AND 208/230V MODELS 100-400.
7. CAPACITOR IS REMOTE MOUNTED AND INCLUDED ONLY ON MODELS 150 - 400.
8. SET THERMOSTAT FIRST STAGE ANTICIPATOR AT 0.6 AMPS AND
SECOND STAGE ANTICIPATOR AT 0.2 AMPS.
9. JUMPER THERMOSTAT TERMINALS RH TO RC.
FIELD CONTROL WIRING
TOTAL WIRE
LENGTH
DISTANCE FROM
UNIT TO CONTROL
150'
250'
350'
75'
125'
175'
MIN. RECOMMENDED
WIRE GUAGE
#18 GA. WIRE
#16 GA. WIRE
#14 GA. WIRE
WIRING CODE
BLACK - BK
BROWN - BR
RED - R
ORANGE - O
YELLOW - Y
GREEN - G
BLUE - BL
PURPLE - PR
WHITE - W
UDAP & UDAS SERIES
WD# 185244 REV #3 AG2
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, Mfg #195673 Rev 4, Page 25
24. Check
Installation
and Startup
o Check to be sure that all screws used to hold shipping brackets were reinstalled in the heater cabinet.
o Check suspension. Unit must be secure and level.
o Check clearances from combustibles. Requirements are in Paragraph 8.
Check the
installation prior
to startup:
o Check vent system to be sure that it is installed according to the instructions
in the appropriate Vent Installation Manual as listed in Paragraph 1.
o Check piping for leaks and proper gas line pressure. Bleed gas lines of
trapped air. See Paragraph 12.
o Check electrical wiring. Be sure all wire gauges are as recommended. A
service disconnect switch should be used. Verify that fusing or circuit breakers are adequate for the load use.
o Check polarity. Verify that line voltage exists between the black “L1” and
earth ground.
o If installed in California, verify that California Warning Label is displayed
Heater
Startup:
WARNINGS: For your safety, read before operating. If you do
not follow these instructions exactly, a fire or explosion may
result causing property damage, personal injury, or loss of life.
• This appliance does not have a pilot. It is equipped with an ignition
device which automatically lights the burner. Do not try to light the
burner by hand.
• Before operating, smell all around the appliance area for gas. Be
sure to smell next to the floor because some gas is heavier than air
and will settle on the floor.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
• Do not try to light any appliance.
• Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use any phone in your
building.
• Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor's phone.
Follow the gas supplier's instructions.
• If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call your fire department.
• Use only your hand to turn the gas control ON/OFF knob on the
gas valve. Never use tools. If the valve ON/OFF knob will not turn
by hand, do not try to repair it. Call a qualified service technician.
Force or attempted repair may result in a fire or explosion.
• Should overheating occur, or the gas supply fail to shut off, turn off
the manual gas valve to the appliance before shutting off the
electrical supply.
• Do not use this appliance if any part has been under water. Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the appliance
and to replace any part of the control system and any gas control
which has been under water.
Operating
Instructions and
Operating Sequence
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, P/N 195673 Rev 4, Page 26
1. Set thermostat at lowest setting.
2. Turn off all electric power to the appliance.
3. This appliance is equipped with an ignition device which automatically lights
the burner. Do not try to light the burner by hand. Open the access door and
locate the gas control (ON/OFF) knob on the gas valve. (See FIGURE 16.)
FIGURE 16 - Gas Valve
ON/OFF Control Knob
Top View
4. Turn the gas control knob clockwise to "OFF".
5. Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any gas. Then smell for gas, including near
the floor. If you smell gas, STOP! and follow the steps in the WARNINGS
printed above or on the Operating Label on the heater. If you do not smell
gas, proceed to the next step.
6. Turn the gas control knob counterclockwise to "ON".
7. Close the access door.
Gas Control
Knob
(shown in the
ON position)
Gas
Flow
8. Turn on the electric power to the heater.
9. Set the thermostat to the desired setting.
Side View
Gas
Flow
NOTE: If the appliance does not operate, follow the instructions "To Turn Off
Gas to Appliance" printed below (and on the Operating Label on the heater) and
call your service technician.
10. Thermostat calls for heat, energizing the venter motor.
11. Venter pressure switch closes, firing the unit.
12. Burner flame is sensed and in 30 seconds after the gas valve is energized, the
fan motor is energized.
13. If the flame is extinguished during the main burner operation, the integrated
control system closes the main valve and must be reset by interrupting
power to the control circuit. (See lighting instructions on the heater.).
TO TURN OFF GAS TO THE APPLIANCE
1) Set thermostat to lowest setting
2) If service is to be performed, turn off all electric power to the appliance.
3) Open the access door.
4) Turn the gas control knob clockwise to "OFF". Do not force.
5) Close the access door.
Check installation
after startup:
o Vent System Testing Procedure - Model UDAP
1. Seal any unused openings in the venting system.
2. Inspect the venting system for proper size and horizontal pitch, as required
in the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1 or CAN/CGA B149.1 and
B149.2, Installation Code for Gas Burning Appliances and Equipment, and
the venting installation manual. Determine that there is no blockage or
restriction, leakage, corrosion or other deficiencies that could cause an
unsafe condition.
3. In so far as practical, close all building doors and windows and all doors
between the space where the heater is and other spaces of the building. Turn
on clothes dryers and exhaust fans, such as range hoods and bathroom
exhausts, so they shall operate at maximum speed. Do not operate a summer exhaust fan. Close fireplace dampers.
4. Light the heater following the lighting instructions. Adjust the thermostat
for continued operation. Verify that combustion products are venting
properly. After determining that the heater vents properly, return doors,
windows, exhaust fans, and fireplace dampers to their previous conditions.
If improper venting is observed, the venting system must be corrected.
o With the unit in operation, measure valve outlet gas pressure. If operated at
high altitude, adjust outlet gas pressure for altitude.
See information and instructions in Paragraph 12.
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, Mfg #195673 Rev 4, Page 27
24. Startup
(cont’d)
o Turn the unit off and on, pausing two minutes between each cycle. Observe
for smooth ignition.
o Place the "Owner's Envelope" containing the Limited Warranty, this booklet,
and any control or optional information in an accessible location near the
heater. Follow the instructions on the envelope.
DANGER: The gas burner in this gas-fired equipment is designed and equipped to provide safe
controlled complete combustion. However, if the installation does not permit the burner to
receive the proper supply of combustion air, complete combustion may not occur. The result is
incomplete combustion which produces carbon monoxide, a poisonous gas that can cause death.
Safe operation of indirect-fired gas burning equipment requires a properly operating vent system
that vents all flue products to the outside atmosphere. FAILURE TO PROVIDE PROPER
VENTING WILL RESULT IN A HEALTH HAZARD WHICH COULD CAUSE SERIOUS
PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
Always comply with the combustion air requirements in the installation codes and in Paragraph
9. Combustion air at the burner should be regulated only by manufacturer-provided equipment.
NEVER RESTRICT OR OTHERWISE ALTER THE SUPPLY OF COMBUSTION AIR TO
ANY HEATER. Model UDAP units installed in a confined space must be supplied with air for
combustion as required by Code and in Paragraph 9 of this heater installation manual.
MAINTAIN THE VENT OR VENT/COMBUSTION AIR SYSTEM IN STRUCTURALLY
SOUND AND PROPER OPERATING CONDITION.
MAINTENANCE
AND SERVICE
25. Maintenance
Schedule
WARNING: If you turn off the power supply, turn off the gas. See Hazard
Levels, page 2.
The material contained in the MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE Section of this
manual is designed to aid a qualified service person in maintaining and servicing
this equipment. This heater will operate with a minimum of maintenance. To ensure long life and satisfactory performance, a heater that is operated under normal
conditions should be inspected and cleaned at the start of each heating season. If
the heater is operating in an area where an unusual amount of dust or soot or other
impurities are present in the air, more frequent maintenance is recommended.
When any service is completed, be careful to reassemble correctly to ensure that
no unsafe conditions are created. When re-lighting, always follow the lighting
instructions on the heater.
Maintenance Schedule - The following procedures should be carried out at least
annually (See FIGURE 18 and Paragraphs 26-39.):
• Clean all dirt, lint, and grease from the combustion air opening (UDAP) and
venter assembly.
• Clean all dirt, lint, and grease from the fan blade, fan guard, and motor.
NOTE: If replacement
parts are required,
use only factory-authorized
parts.
• Check the heat exchanger both internally and externally.
• Check the burner for scale, dust, or lint accumulation. Clean if needed.
• Check the vent or vent/combustion air system for soundness. Clean openings.
Replace any parts that do not appear sound.
• Check the wiring for any damaged wire. Replace damaged wiring. (See Paragraph 14 for replacement wiring requirements.)
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, P/N 195673 Rev 4, Page 28
26. Heat
Exchanger
Maintenance
27. Burner
Maintenance
This heater is equipped with a TCORE2® heat exchanger (patent pending).
Remove any external dirt or dust accumulation. Visually check the heat exchanger
for cracks and holes. If a crack or hole is observed, replace the heat exchanger.
NOTE: Inspection of the lower portion of the heat exchanger is done with the
burner removed. See the Burner Service section below for information on inspecting the lower portion of the heat exchanger.
This heater is equipped with a TCORE2® burner (patent pending).
Inspect the burner/control compartment annually to determine if cleaning is necessary. If there is an accumulation of dirt, dust, and/or lint, clean the compartment
and follow the instructions below to remove and clean the burner.
CAUTION: Use of eye protection is recommended.
Burner Removal
Instructions (Refer
to FIGURE 17.)
FIGURE 17 - Burner
Removal (UDAP
illustrated; same process
for both UDAP and UDAS)
1. Outside the cabinet, shut the gas supply off at the manual valve ahead of the
union.
2. Turn off electric supply.
3. Disconnect the gas supply at the union outside of the cabinet.
4. Remove the access panel.
5. Disconnect the Gas Train and Move Out of the Way - At the gas valve,
mark and disconnect the wires. Carefully remove the burner orifice and
orifice adapter locking nut. Slide the orifice adapter out through the bracket
on the burner pushing the gas train to the right. This will move the gas train
out of the way.
6. Move the Control Assembly - Remove the two screws holding the control
assembly bracket. Being careful not to disconnect any wires, slide the control
assembly to the right.
7. Remove Secondary Air Baffles (Sizes 60-400 only) - Vertical along the right
side of the burner, locate the flat plate(s) identified as the secondary air
baffle(s). The quantity of baffles could be one to four depending on heater
Burner Body Support (at least two per unit) - Remove screw attaching
to secondary air shield. Support remains attached to burner.
Secondary Air Shield
Burner Assembly
Burner
Orifice
Venturi Tube
Slide right; rotate
inward; pull out
Slide Right
Secondary Air Baffle
(Qty varies per size.)
Mark locations before removing.
Gas Valve
Disconnect gas train at
orifice and outside the
heater; slide to the right.
Control Bracket Screws Loosen bracket; slide right.
Orifice Adapter Locking Nut
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, Mfg #195673 Rev 4, Page 29
27. Burner
Maintenance
(cont’d)
Burner Removal
(cont’d)
Inspect and Clean the
Burner
size. Each baffle is held in place by one screw. For re-assembly, on the
secondary air shield, mark the location (top and bottom) of each baffle.
Remove all baffles.
8. Remove Burner Assembly
a) Locate the burner body supports. Depending on the size, the burner will
have two or more supports. At each support, remove the one screw that
attaches it to the secondary air shield
b) Holding the venturi tube, slide the entire burner assembly slightly to the
right to disengage the burner from the supports on the left. Then rotate
the open end of the venturi tube inward toward the heater. Carefully pull
the burner assembly out of the cabinet.
With the burner assembly removed, shine a flashlight on the burner ribbons. Look
for carbon buildup, scale, dust, lint, and/or anything that might restrict flow through
the spaces between the burner ribbons. Holding the burner assembly so that any
foreign material will fall away from the burner, use a stiff bristle brush to loosen
and remove any foreign material(s). If the burner is excessively dirty, remove one
of the burner end caps. Remove the four screws that hold the end cap to the burner
housing. Lightly tap the end cap to remove it.
Clean all foreign material from the burner and venturi. After the burner is thoroughly clean, replace the end cap making certain that it is tight against the burner
housing. NOTE: If any of the burner components are damaged or deteriorated,
replace the burner assembly.
Inspect the Lower Portion of the Heat Exchanger (with burner
assembly removed)
At the burner flame entrance of each tube, shine a bright light into each heat
exchanger section. With the light shining into the heat exchanger, observe the
outside for visible light. Repeat this procedure with each heat exchanger section.
If any light is observed, replace the heat exchanger.
Re-Install the Burner
Instructions to Re-Install the Burner (Refer to FIGURE 17)
1. Attach the Burner Assembly - Holding the venturi tube, slide the entire
burner assembly into position. Align the supports on the left side with the
slots in the burner shield; sliding the supports into the slots. On the right, reattach each burner body support to the secondary air shield.
2. Attach the Secondary Air Baffles (Sizes 60-400 only) - Re-attach the
secondary air baffles as marked. Baffles may be different sizes and each
must be attached in the correct location.
3. Attach the Control Assembly - Carefully slide the control assembly into
position. Re-attach with the same screws. Check to be sure all wire connections are secure.
4. Attach the Gas Train - Slide the gas train so that the orifice adapter is
through the bracket. Fasten the gas train to the bracket with the locking nut.
Install the gas orifice. Re-connect the wires to the gas valve.
5. Close the access panel.
6. Reconnect the gas supply at the union outside of the cabinet. Leak test the
connection with leak detecting solution.
7. Turn on the electric and the gas. Check for proper operation.
28. Burner
Orifice
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, P/N 195673 Rev 4, Page 30
Burner orifice usually only needs to be replaced when installing a gas conversion
kit. If ordering a replacement orifice only, give BTUH content and specific gravity of gas, as well as the model and serial number of the unit. When removing or
replacing the burner orifice be careful not to damage the venturi tube and/or the
bracket.
FIGURE 18 - Location of Controls
Flame Rollout Switch
(Sizes 30-125)
Flame Sensor
Pressure Switch
- Sizes 30-125
High Temperature
Limit Control
Venter Motor (Size 30-75
illustrated. Venter motor
is in the same location for
all models, but appearance is different.)
Model UDAS has a
collar for combustion
air pipe (not illustrated)
Burner Assembly
Interlock Door
Switch - UDAS only
Fan
Motor
Gas Valve
Terminal
Board (24V)
Disconnect Switch
- UDAS only
Ignitor
Transformer
Transformer
Circuit Board
(DSI Integrated
Control Module)
Control Panel Assy
located on the
Control Compartment
Bottom
Sizes 30-125
Sizes 150-400
Optional Fan Motor
Capacitor (used with
208/230V and Option AL14)
29. Ignition
System
FIGURE 19 - DSI
Integrated Control Module
(Circuit Board)
Electrical Box - UDAS only
Remove cover to connect
supply and access
disconnect switch wires .
Always replace cover.
Pressure Switch
(Sizes 150-400)
Venter Motor
Capacitor
Circuit Board
(DSI Integrated
Control Module)
Fan Motor
Capacitor
DSI Integrated Control Module (circuit board) - See FIGURE 19. The module
monitors the operation of the heater including ignition. The only replaceable component is the 3 amp Type ATC or ATO fuse. If the fuse is blown, the problem is
most likely an external overload. Correct the problem and replace the fuse.
Do not attempt to disassemble the control module. However, each heating season
check the lead wires for insulation deterioration and good connections.
Proper operation of the direct spark ignition system requires a minimum flame
signal of 1.0 microamps as measured by a microampmeter.
For further information and check out procedure on the direct spark ignition system, refer to Paragraph 20 and the Troubleshooting Flow Chart in Paragraph 40.
Only replaceable part
is a Type ATC or ATO 3
amp fuse (Color Code
Violet), P/N 201685
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, Mfg #195673 Rev 4, Page 31
Ignitor - Refer to FIGURE 18 and locate the ignitor. Disconnect the wire; remove the screw and the ignitor. Clean the ignitor assembly with an emery cloth.
Spark gap must be maintained to 1/8". See FIGURE 20.
29. Ignition
System
(cont’d)
FIGURE 20 - Ignitor
showing required
Spark Gap
measurement
Ignitor
1/8 inch
(3.2mm)
IMPORTANT: When re-assembling, the brown ground wire must remain attached
to the ignitor.
CAUTION: Due to high voltage on the spark wire and electrode,
do not touch when energized. See Hazard Levels, page 2.
Flame Sensor
Flame Sensor - Refer to FIGURE 18 and locate the flame sensor. Disconnect the
wire; remove the screw and the flame sensor. Clean with an emery cloth.
30. Fan Motor,
Fan Blades,
and Guard
Remove dirt and grease from the motor, the fan guard, and blades. Use care when
cleaning the fan blades to prevent causing misalignment or imbalance. Check that
the hub of the fan blades is secure to the shaft.
Follow these instructions for replacement of the fan guard, fan motor and/or fan
blades.
1. If the heater is installed, turn off the gas and disconnect the electric power.
2. Open the access door and disconnect the fan motor wires, capacitor wires at the
capacitor, and ground screw.
3. Remove the assembled parts (the fan guard, the motor and the fan blade).
4. Disassemble and replace whatever parts are needed and reassemble using whatever part(s) are being replaced and the original
parts.
Be sure the fan blade is in the proper position on the shaft; refer to
Fan
Motor
the illustration and table in FIGURE 21.
Position the assembly on the heater. Attach the fan guard.
Rotate the fan blade to check for adequate clearance. If adjustment
is required, loosen the mounting screws, re-position the fan guard,
and tighten the screws. Rotate the fan blade and re-check for adequate clearance. Repeat this procedure until the assembly is positioned properly.
5. Reconnect the fan motor wires according to the wiring diagram and close the
access panel.
6. Restore power to the heater and turn on the gas. Light, following the instructions
on the lighting instruction plate. Check for proper operation.
FIGURE 21 - Fan Blade
Position on the Shaft
Dimension A
Size inches
1
30
9/16
45
60 1-1/2
75 2-1/8
100 2-3/8
125 2-5/16
150 2-3/8
175 2-1/8
200 1-5/8
225,
2
250,
300
350 1-7/8
400 1-3/8
mm
25
14
38
54
60
59
60
54
67
A
Fan
Blade
51
48
35
31. Venter Motor
and Wheel
Replacement Instructions
Remove dirt and grease from the motor casing, the venter housing, and the venter
wheel. Venter motor bearings are permanently lubricated. Follow these instructions for replacement of the venter motor and wheel assembly. Keep all hardware
removed to be used in re-assembling and installing the replacement parts.
1. Turn off the gas and disconnect the electric power.
2. Open the burner/control compartment access panel.
3. Disconnect the three venter motor wires at the DSI control, capacitor wires at
the capacitor (if applicable), and ground screw (located on the control panel).
4. Sizes 30 and 45 - Disconnect the gas train and move it out of the way. Disconnect the gas supply at the union outside of the cabinet. At the gas valve, mark
and disconnect the wires. Carefully remove the burner orifice and orifice adapter
locking nut. Slide the orifice adapter out through the bracket on the burner pushing the gas train to the right. This will move the gas train out of the way.
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, P/N 195673 Rev 4, Page 32
FIGURE 22 - Venter Wheel
Position on Shaft
Venter Wheel,
Sizes 30-75
5. Holding the venter motor, remove the three or four screws that attach the venter
motor mounting plate to the venter housing. Remove the motor and wheel assembly from the heater.
6. Re-assemble with the replacement venter motor and wheel assembly. See FIGURE 22.
7. Follow the wiring diagram to connect the venter wires.
8. Sizes 30 and 45 - Reconnect the gas supply at the union outside of the cabinet.
Leak test the connection with leak detecting solution.
9. Replace the access panel. Restore power to the heater and turn on the gas. Light,
following the instructions on the lighting instruction plate. Check for proper
operation.
Venter Motor Plate
Fan
Motor Mounting
Bracket
Venter Wheel,
Sizes 100-175*
Motor Sizes
100-400
Motor
Sizes
30-75
*Venter wheel has
different appearance
on Sizes 200-400.
Motor spacing is
the same.
5/16” (8mm) inside
5/16” (8mm) inside
32. Operating
Gas Valve
Venter Motor Plate
Fan
Motor Mounting Bracket
The gas valve requires no field maintenance except careful removal of external
dirt accumulation and checking of wiring connections. Instructions for testing
pressure settings re in Paragraph 12.
WARNING: The operating valve is the
prime safety shutoff. All gas supply
lines must be free of dirt or scale before
connecting to the unit to ensure positive
closure. See Hazard Levels, page 2.
Single
Stage
Gas
Valve
Optional
Two
Stage
Gas
Valve
33. Combustion
Air Pressure
Switch
See FIGURE 18, page 31, for location. If it is determined that
the pressure switch needs replacing, use only the factory-authorized replacement part that is designed for the model and size of
heater being serviced.
34. Limit Control
If it is determined that the limit control needs replacing, use only
a factory-authorized replacement part that is designed for the
size of heater.
For approximate limit location, see FIGURE 18, page 31.
35. Door Switch
- UDAS only
If it is determined that the door switch needs replacing, use only
a factory-authorized replacement part that is designed for the
heater.
For approximate switch location, see FIGURE 18, page 31.
36. Transformer
NOTE: A unit operating above 6000 ft elevation requires a high
altitude pressure switch. See Paragraph 7.
See FIGURE 18, page 31, for location. Use a voltmeter to verify
that there are 24 volts output from the transformer. If the transformer is not functioning, it must be replaced. Use a replacement
transformer identical to the factory-installed model.
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, Mfg #195673 Rev 4, Page 33
37. Flame
Rollout
Switch Sizes 30-125
only
For location, see
FIGURE 18, page 31.
The cause of a flame rollout switch activating must be determined. Activation of
the manually reset flame rollout switch could be caused by one or more of the
following:
• Restricted or plugged
• Restricted combustion air inlet or exhaust outlet
heat exchanger
in combination with a defective pressure switch
• Pressurization of the
• Building exhaust
heat exchanger
• Electrical power interruption during operation
If a flame rollout switch trips, inspect the burner/control compartment for signs of
excessive heat and burned wiring.
If the compartment appears normal, reset by depressing the red button on the
switch. 15 to 20 minutes are required for the switch to cool sufficiently for resetting. A distinct click will be felt when the switch resets. Operate the furnace. If
the flame rollout switch trips again, determine and correct the cause before resetting the switch.
If there is damage to the control compartment, repairs must be made before
resetting the switch.
If it is determined that the flame rollout switch needs replacing, use only the factory-authorized replacement part that is designed for that size of heater.
The disconnect switch is located in the sealed electrical box inside the control compartment with the toggle on the rear of the heater.
If it is determined that the disconnect switch needs replacing, use only the
factory-authorized replacement part that is designed for the heater. Always
replace electrical box cover.
38. Disconnect
Switch UDAS only
39. Vent or Vent/
Combustion
Air System
Check the complete system at least once a year. Inspection should include all joints,
seams, concentric adapter box (UDAS), inlet air guard or inlet air cap (UDAS), and
the vent terminal cap. Clean openings. Replace any defective parts.
40. Troubleshooting
Trial for Ignition
Call for Heat
DSI Integrated Control Module
(Circuit Board) Trial
Troubleshooting
Flowchart
YES
YES
Does gas
ignite?
Is there a
spark across gap at
ignitor?
NO
Is there
spark voltage at
control?
NO
Check high
voltage wire
continuity.
YES
NO
YES
Is there minimum
flame current at the
flame sensor?
NO
Is the flame
sensor corroded?
YES
Clean flame
sensor.
Is there 24V P1-2
to power control?
YES
Replace control
module.
NO
Check connections to flame
sensor and/or moisture in the
burner assembly.
Is the sensor
located in flame
correctly?
YES
Check wiring
and/or 24VAC
transformer output.
Replace flame
sesnsor.
NO
YES
Reposition
flame sensor.
Check gas pressure
and supply voltage.
YES
If either are low,
correct and repeat
startup.
Is the ignitor
position correct in the
gas flow?
Is gas
flowing?
NO
YES
Replace gas
valve.
Reposition
spark ignitor.
Is there
24VAC at the gas
valve?
NO
NO
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, P/N 195673 Rev 4, Page 34
Replace
control
module.
NO
NO
Is there
minimum flame current
at the control
module?
YES
Check wiring and
connections to
gas valve.
YES
Is there 24VAC
from gas valve output on
control module to
chassis?
NO
Replace
ignition
control
module.
Check the Lights on
the DSI Integrated
Control Module
(Circuit Board)
The integrated circuit board monitors the operation of the heater and includes two
LED signal lights that indicate normal operation and various abnormal conditions.
If the heater fails to operate properly, check this signal to determine the cause and/
or to eliminate certain causes. See operating sequence in Paragraph 20.
Do not attempt to repair the DSI integrated control module; the only field replaceable component is the fuse.
Control Status - Green LED Codes
Steady ON ...... Normal Operation, No call for heat
Fast Flash ....... Normal Operation, Call for heat
1 Flash ............ System Lockout, Failed to detect or sustain flame
2 Flashes ........ Pressure Switch Did Not Close within 30 Seconds of Venter Motor
3 Flashes ........ High Limit or Flame Rollout Switch Open
4 Flashes ........ Pressure Switch is Closed Before Venter Motor is
Energized
Steady OFF .... Blown fuse, No Power, or Defective Board
Flame Status - Yellow LED Codes
Steady ON....... Flame is sensed
Slow Flash ...... Weak flame (current below
1.0 microamps ± 50%)
Fast Flash ........ Undesired Flame (valve open
and no call for heat)
General Troubleshooting
PROBLEM PROBABLE CAUSE
Venter motor 1. No power to unit.
will not start
Burner will
not light
REMEDY
1. Turn on power; check supply fuses or main circuit breaker. Turn on
built-in disconnect switch (Model UDAS only); replace switch if not
operating.
2. No 24 volt power to integrated circuit board. 2. Turn up thermostat; check control transformer output.
3. Integrated circuit board fuse blown.
3. Correct cause. Replace fuse (type ATC or ATO, 32VDC, 3A).
4. No power to venter motor.
4. Tighten connections at circuit board and/or motor terminals.
5. Integrated circuit board defective.
5. Replace intergrated circuit board.
6. Defective venter motor.
6. Replace venter motor. See Paragraph 29.
1. Manual valve not open.
1. Open manual valve.
2. Air in the gas line.
2. Bleed gas line (initial startup only).
3. Gas pressure too high or too low.
3. Supply pressure should be 5" - 14" w.c. for natural gas or 11" - 14" w.c.
for propane gas.
4. No Spark:
4.
a) Loose wire connections.
a) Be certain all wire connections are solid.
b) Transformer failure.
b) Be sure 24 volts is available.
c) Incorrect spark gap.
c) Maintain spark gap at 1/8".
d) Spark cable shorted to ground.
d) Replace worn or grounded spark cable.
e) Spark electrode shorted to ground.
e) Replace if ceramic spark electrode is cracked or grounded.
f) Burner not grounded.
f) Make certain integrated circuit board is grounded to ignitor.
g) Circuit board not grounded.
g) Make certain integrated circuit board is grounded to furnace chassis.
h.) Unit not properly grounded.
h.) Make certain unit is properly field grounded to earth ground and
properly phased (L1 to hot lead L2 to neutral).
i) Integrated circuit board fuse blown.
i) Correct cause. Replace fuse (type ATC or ATO, 32VDC, 3A).
j.) Faulty intergrated circuit board.
j) If 24 volt is available to the integrated circuit board and all other causes
have been eliminated, replace board.
5. Lockout device interrupting control circuit 5. Reset lockout by interrupting control at the thermostat or main power.
by above causes.
6. Interlock door switch open (UDAS only).
6. Close access door or replace switch.
7. Combustion air proving switch
7.
not closing.
a) Make sure unit is properly vented.
b) Remove obstructions from vent.
c) Replace faulty tubing to pressure switch.
8. Faulty combustion air proving switch.
8. Replace combustion air proving switch.
9. Main valve not operating.
9.
a) Defective valve.
a) If 24 volt is measured at the valve connections and valve remains
closed, replace valve.
b) Check and tighten all wiring connections.
b) Loose wire connections
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40. Troubleshooting (cont’d)
PROBLEM (cont’d)
Burner will not light
(cont’d)
PROBABLE CAUSE (cont’d)
10. Integrated circuit board does not power
main valve.
a) Loose wire connections.
b) Flame sensor grounded.
REMEDY (cont’d)
10.
a) Check and tighten all wiring connections.
b) Be certain flame sensor lead is not grounded or insulation or
ceramic is not cracked. Replace as required.
c) Incorrect gas pressure.
c) Supply pressure should be 5" - 14" w.c. for natural gas or 11" - 14"
w.c. for propane gas.
d) Cracked ceramic at sensor.
d) Replace sensor.
1. Supply pressure should be 5" - 14" w.c. for natural gas or 11" - 14"
Burner cycle on and off 1. Gas pressure too high or too low.
w.c. for propane gas.
2. Burner not grounded
2. Make certain integrated circuit board is grounded to ignitor.
3. Circuit board not grounded.
3. Make certain integrated circuit board is grounded to furnace chassis.
4. Faulty integrated circuit board
4. If 24 volt is available to the integrated circuit board and all other
causes have been eliminated, replace board.
5. Combustion air proving switch
5.
not closing.
a) Make sure unit is properly vented.
b) Remove obstructions from vent.
c) Replace faulty tubing to pressure switch.
6. Faulty combustion air proving switch.
6. Replace combustion air proving switch.
7. Flame sensor grounded.
7. Be certain flame sensor lead is not grounded or insulation or ceramic
is not cracked. Replace as required.
8. Cracked ceramic at sensor.
8. Replace sensor.
9. Incorrect polarity.
9. Reverse line volt leads to integrated circuit board.
1. Incorrect valve outlet pressure or orifice.
1. Check valve outlet pressure. See Rating plate for manifold pressure.
No heat (Heater
Operating)
2. Cycling on limit control.
2. Check air throughput.
3. Improper thermostat location or adjustment. 3. See thermostat manufacturer’s instructions.
1. Check wiring and connections.
Fan or venter motor will 1. Circuit open.
2. Defective integrated circuit board.
2. Replace board.
not run
3. Defective motor or starter.
3. Replace motor or starter.
1. Motor overload device cycling on and off. 1. Check motor load against motor rating plate. Replace motor if
Fan or venter motor
needed.
turns on and off while
burner is operating
1. Correct electric supply.
Fan or venter motor cuts 1. Low or high voltage supply.
2. Defective motor.
2. Replace motor.
out on overload
3. Poor air flow.
3. Clean motor, fan, fan guard, filter, and coils.
4. Defective bearing or lubrication.
4. Lubricate bearings (motor permitting) or replace motor.
FOR SERVICE OR REPAIR, FOLLOW THESE STEPS IN ORDER:
FIRST:
Contact the Installer
Name __________________________________________________________
Address_________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
Phone _____________________________________
SECOND:
Contact the nearest distributor (See Yellow Pages). If no listing,
contact Authorized Factory Representative, 1-800-695-1901 (Press 1).
THIRD:
Contact
REZNOR®/ Thomas & Betts Corporation
150 McKinley Avenue
Mercer, PA 16137
Phone: (724) 662-4400
Date of
Model No. ______________Unit Serial No._____________________________ Installation _______________
(800) 695-1901; www.ReznorOnLine.com
Form RZ-NA I-UDA, P/N 195673 Rev 4, Page 36
© 2002 Thomas & Betts Corporation, All rights reserved.
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MANUFACTURER OF HEATING, COOLING, AND VENTILATING SYSTEMS
Trademark Note: Reznor®, TCORE2® , and
are trademarks of Thomas & Betts.
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