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AMVC8/ADVC8
Two-Stage, Variable Speed
Gas Furnace
80% AFUE
Heating Input: 70,000–115,000 BTU/h
Standard Features
• MillionAir® stainless-steel, dual-
diameter tubular heat exchanger
• Two-stage gas valve operates on two-stage or single-stage thermostats
• ComfortNet™ Communications System compatible
• Efficient and quiet variable-speed ECM circulator motor gently ramps up or down according to heating or cooling demand
• SureStart® Silicon Nitride igniter designed for long igniter life
• Furnace control board with self-diagnostics, color-
coded low-voltage terminals, and provisions for electronic air cleaner and 120-volt or 24-volt humidifiers
• Low constant fan speed allows homeowner to activate a
very low speed to efficiently circulate air throughout the
home. This setting costs as little as a 100-watt light bulb to operate.
• Quiet, two-speed induced draft blower
• All models comply with California NOx emissions standards
Cabinet Features
• Fully insulated, heavy-gauge steel cabinet with durable
baked-enamel finish
• Designed for multi-position installation: upflow, horizontal left or right
• Removable bottom for side- or bottom-return applications
• Convenient left or right connection for gas/electric service
• Coil and furnace fit flush for most installations
Contents
Nomenclature..................................................................... 2
Product Specifications........................................................3
Dimensions.........................................................................4
Airflow Data........................................................................5
Wiring Diagrams ..............................................................10
Accessories........................................................................ 12
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Product Specifications
Nomenclature
A
M
V
C
8
070
4
C
X
A
A
1
2
3
4
5
6,7,8
9
10
11
12
13
Brand
A Amana® Brand
Revisions
Major and
Minor Revisions
Airflow Direc5on
C Downflow/Horizontal
D Dedicated Downflow
H High Airflow
K Dedicated Upflow
M Upflow/Horizontal
NOx
N
X
Natural Gas
Low NOx
Cabinet Width
A 14”
B 17½”
C 21”
D 24½”
Descrip5on/Motor
V Two-­‐Stage/Variable-­‐speed
H Two-­‐Stage/MulS-­‐speed
S Single-­‐Stage/MulS-­‐speed
E Two-­‐Stage/High-­‐Efficiency
Maximum CFM @ 0.5” ESP
3 1200
4 1600
5 2000
SystemType
C ComfortNet™ CommunicaSng System
MBTU/h
AFUE
95 95%
9 90%+
2
045: 45,000
070: 70,000
090: 90,000
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115: 115,000
140: 140,000
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Product Specifications
Specifications
AMVC8
0704BX*
AMVC8
0905CX*
AMVC8
1155CX*
ADVC8
0703BX*
ADVC8
0905CX*
ADVC8
1155CX*
70,000
90,000
115,000
70,000
90,000
115,000
57,000
74,000
93,000
57,000
74,000
93,000
Heating Capacity
High Fire Input (BTU/h)¹
High Fire Output (BTU/h)¹ (below)
Natuarl Gas
LP Gas
50,400
64,000
82,000
50,400
64,000
82,000
49,000
63,000
80,000
49,000
63,000
80,000
Natuarl Gas
39,200
50,400
64,000
39,200
50,400
64,000
LP Gas
39,200
50,400
64,000
39,200
50,400
64,000
Low Fire Input (BTU/h)¹
Low Fire Output (BTU/h)¹ (below)
AFUE2
80
80
80
80
80
80
Available AC @ 0.5” ESP
1.5 - 3.0
2.0 - 5.0
2.0 - 5.0
1.5 - 3.0
2.0 - 5.0
2.0 - 5.0
Temperature Rise Range (° F)
20 - 50
20 - 50
25 - 55
30-60
30-60
35-65
10” x 8”
10” x 10”
10” x 10”
10” x 8”
10” x 10”
10” x 10”
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
Circulator Blower
Size (D x W)
Horsepower - RPM
¾
Speed
Variable
Variable
Vent Diameter²
4”
4”
4”
4”
4”
4”
No. of Burners
3
4
5
3
4
5
818
960
960
713
960
960
12.1
12.1
12.1
12.1
12.1
12.1
Disposable Filter Size (in²)
Electrical Data
Min. Circuit Ampacity³
Max. Overcurrent Device (amps)⁴
15
15
15
15
15
15
Ship Weight (lbs)
138
156
158
155
177
179
Natural Gas BTU/h. For altitudes above 2,000’, reduce input rating 4% for each 1,000’ above sea level.
DOE AFUE based upon Isolated Combustion System (ICS)
3
Minimum Circuit Ampacity = (1.25 x Circulator Blower Amps) + ID Blower amps. Wire size should be determined in accordance with National Electrical
Codes. Extensive wire runs will require larger wire sizes.
4
Maximum Overcurrent Protection Device refers to maximum recommended fuse or circuit breaker size. May use fuses or HACR-type circuit breakers of
the same size as noted.
1
2
Notes
• All furnaces are manufactured for use on 115 VAC, 60 Hz, single-phase electrical supply.
• Gas Service Connection ½” FPT
• Important: Size fuses and wires properly and make electrical connections in accordance with the National Electrical Code and/or all
existing local codes.
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Product Specifications
AMVC8 Dimensions
Minimum Clearances to Combustible Materials
Sides
Rear
Front¹
1
0
3
Dimensions
Vent²
SW
B
6
1
Top
1
See Notes below.
Model
A
B
AMVC80704BX
17½”
16”
AMVC80905CX
21”
19½”
AMVC81155CX
21”
19½”
ADVC8 Dimensions
Minimum Clearances to Combustible Materials
Sides
Rear
Front¹
1
0
3
Dimensions
Vent²
SW
B
6
1
Top
1
A
B
ADVC80703BX
Model
17½”
16”
ADVC80905CX
21”
19½”
ADVC81155CX
21”
19½”
Approved for line contact in the horizontal position.
¹ 24” clearance for serviceability recommended.
² Single Wall Vent (SW) to be used only as a connector. Refer to the venting tables outlined in the Installation Manual for additional venting requirements.
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AMVC8 Airflow Data
High- or Single-Stage Cooling Speeds
AMVC80704BX
Cooling
Speed Tap
A
B
C
D
AMVC80905CX
Adjust
Tap
CFM¹
Minus (-)
540
Normal
600
Plus (+)
660
Minus (-)
720
Normal
800
Cooling
Speed Tap
A
B
Adjust
Tap
AMVC81155CX
CFM¹
Minus (-)
720
Normal
800
Plus (+)
880
Minus (-)
990
Normal
1,100
Cooling
Speed Tap
A
B
Adjust
Tap
CFM¹
Minus (-)
720
Normal
800
Plus (+)
880
Minus (-)
990
Normal
1,100
Plus (+)
880
Plus (+)
1,210
Plus (+)
1,210
Minus (-)
990
Minus (-)
1,260
Minus (-)
1,260
Normal
1,100
Normal
1,400
Normal
1,400
C
C
Plus (+)
1,210
Plus (+)
1,540
Plus (+)
1,540
Minus (-)
1,260
Minus (-)
1,620
Minus (-)
1,620
Normal
1,400
Normal
1,800
Normal
1,800
Plus (+)
1,540
Plus (+)
1,980
Plus (+)
1,980
D
D
Low-Stage Cooling Speeds
AMVC80704BX
Cooling
Speed Tap
A
B
C
D
AMVC80905CX
Adjust
Tap
CFM¹
Minus (-)
351
Normal
390
Cooling
Speed Tap
A
AMVC81155CX
Adjust
Tap
CFM¹
Minus (-)
468
Normal
520
Cooling
Speed Tap
A
Adjust
Tap
CFM¹
Minus (-)
468
Normal
520
Plus (+)
429
Plus (+)
572
Plus (+)
572
Minus (-)
468
Minus (-)
644
Minus (-)
644
Normal
520
Normal
715
Normal
715
Plus (+)
572
Plus (+)
787
Plus (+)
787
Minus (-)
644
Minus (-)
819
Minus (-)
819
Normal
715
Plus (+)
787
Minus (-)
819
Normal
910
Plus (+)
1,001
B
C
D
Normal
910
Plus (+)
1,001
Minus (-)
1,053
Normal
1,170
Plus (+)
1,287
B
C
D
Normal
910
Plus (+)
1,001
Minus (-)
1,053
Normal
1,170
Plus (+)
1,287
¹ @ .1” to .8” W.C. ESP
Notes
• These charts are for furnaces installed at 0’ - 2,000’. At higher altitudes, a properly de-rated unit will have the same temperature rise at a particular
CFM, while the ESP at that CFM will be lower.
• THE INSTALLATION IS TO BE ADJUSTED TO OBTAIN A TEMPERATURE RISE WITHIN THE RANGE LISTED ON THE FURNACE NAMEPLATE.
• Propane gas installations will have a high-stage rise approximately 4° lower than shown in the tables.
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AMVC8 Airflow Data (cont.)
Heating Speeds
AMVC80704BX
(Rise Range: 20° - 50°F)
Cooling
Speed Tap
A
B
C
D
AMVC80905CX
(Rise Range: 20° - 50°F)
Adjust
Tap
Low-Stage
CFM¹
High-Stage
CFM¹
Rise
(°F)
Minus (-)
Normal
Plus (+)
Minus (-)
Normal
Plus (+)
Minus (-)
Normal
Plus (+)
Minus (-)
Normal
Plus (+)
790
875
960
850
945
1040
915
1015
1115
975
1085
1195
1125
1250
1375
1215
1350
1485
1305
1450
1595
1395
1550
1705
46
41
38
43
38
35
40
36
33
37
33
30
Cooling
Speed Tap
A
B
C
D
¹
Adjust
Tap
Low-Stage
CFM¹
High-Stage
CFM¹
Rise
(°F)
Minus (-)
Normal
Plus (+)
Minus (-)
Normal
Plus (+)
Minus (-)
Normal
Plus (+)
Minus (-)
Normal
Plus (+)
945
1050
1155
1010
1120
1230
1070
1190
1310
1135
1260
1385
1350
1500
1650
1440
1600
1760
1530
1700
1870
1620
1800
1980
49
44
40
46
42
38
44
39
36
41
37
34
@ .1” to .8” W.C. ESP
AMVC81155CX
(Rise Range: 25° - 55°F)
Cooling
Speed Tap
A
B
C
D
Adjust
Tap
Low-Stage
CFM¹
High-Stage
CFM¹
Rise
(°F)
Minus (-)
Normal
Plus (+)
Minus (-)
Normal
Plus (+)
Minus (-)
Normal
Plus (+)
Minus (-)
Normal
Plus (+)
1090
1210
1330
1105
1225
1350
1120
1245
1370
1135
1260
1385
1555
1725
1900
1575
1750
1925
1600
1775
1955
1620
1800
1980
55
49
45
54
49
44
53
48
44
53
47
43
Notes
• These charts are for furnaces installed at 0’ - 4,500’. At higher altitudes, a properly de-rated unit will have the same temperature rise
at a particular CFM, while the ESP at that CFM will be lower.
• The installation must be adjusted to obtain a temperature rise
within the range listed on the furnace nameplate.
• Do not operate above .5” w.c. ESP in heating mode.
• Propane gas installations will have a high-stage rise approximately
4° lower than shown in the tables.
Continous Fan Speeds
Furnace
Maximum CFM
Continuous
Fan Speed¹,²
AMVC80704BX
1760
530
AMVC80905CX
2000
600
AMVC81155CX
2000
600
Model
¹ Continuous fan speed is 30% of furnace maximum CFM
² Three continuous fan speeds are possible with the CTK01AA thermostat: 30%,
50%, and 70% of furnace maximum CFM
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ADVC8 Airflow Data
High- or Single-Stage Cooling Speeds
ADVC80703BX
Cooling
Speed Tap
A
B
C
D
ADVC80905CX
Adjust
Tap
CFM¹
Minus (-)
540
Normal
600
Plus (+)
660
Minus (-)
720
Normal
800
Cooling
Speed Tap
A
B
ADVC81155CX
Adjust
Tap
CFM¹
Minus (-)
720
Normal
800
Plus (+)
880
Minus (-)
990
Normal
1,100
Cooling
Speed Tap
A
B
Adjust
Tap
CFM¹
Minus (-)
765
Normal
850
Plus (+)
935
Minus (-)
1,035
Normal
1,150
Plus (+)
880
Plus (+)
1,210
Plus (+)
1,265
Minus (-)
900
Minus (-)
1,260
Minus (-)
1,305
Normal
1,000
Normal
1,400
Normal
1,450
C
C
Plus (+)
1,100
Plus (+)
1,540
Plus (+)
1,595
Minus (-)
1,080
Minus (-)
1,620
Minus (-)
1,665
Normal
1,200
Normal
1,800
Normal
1,850
Plus (+)
1,320
Plus (+)
1,980
Plus (+)
2000*
D
D
Low-Stage Cooling Speeds
ADVC80703BX
Cooling
Speed Tap
A
B
C
D
¹
ADVC80905CX
Cooling
Speed Tap
ADVC81155CX
Adjust
Tap
CFM¹
Minus (-)
351
Normal
390
Plus (+)
429
Minus (-)
468
Normal
520
Plus (+)
572
Minus (-)
585
Normal
650
Normal
910
Normal
943
Plus (+)
715
Plus (+)
1,001
Plus (+)
1,037
Minus (-)
702
Minus (-)
1,053
Minus (-)
1,082
Normal
780
Normal
1,170
Normal
1,203
Plus (+)
858
Plus (+)
1,287
Plus (+)
1,323
A
B
C
D
Adjust
Tap
CFM¹
Minus (-)
468
Normal
520
Plus (+)
572
Minus (-)
644
Normal
715
Plus (+)
787
Minus (-)
819
Cooling
Speed Tap
A
B
C
D
Adjust
Tap
CFM¹
Minus (-)
497
Normal
553
Plus (+)
608
Minus (-)
673
Normal
748
Plus (+)
822
Minus (-)
848
@ .1” to .8” W.C. ESP
Notes
• These charts are for furnaces installed at 0’ - 4,500’. At higher altitudes, a properly de-rated unit will have the same temperature rise at a particular
CFM, while the ESP at that CFM will be lower.
• THE INSTALLATION MUST BE ADJUSTED TO OBTAIN A TEMPERATURE RISE WITHIN THE RANGE LISTED ON THE FURNACE NAMEPLATE.
• Propane gas installations will have a high-stage rise approximately 4° lower than shown in the tables.
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ADVC8 Airflow Data (cont.)
Heating Speeds
ADVC80703BX
(Rise Range: 30° - 60°F)
Cooling
Speed Tap
A
B
C
D
Adjust
Tap
Low-Stage
CFM¹
ADVC80905CX
(Rise Range: 30° - 60°F)
High-Stage
CFM¹
Rise
(°F)
Minus (-)
660
945
55
Normal
735
1050
49
Cooling
Speed Tap
A
Adjust
Tap
Low-Stage
CFM¹
High-Stage
CFM¹
Rise
(°F)
Minus (-)
850
1215
55
Normal
945
1350
49
45
Plus (+)
810
1155
45
Plus (+)
1040
1485
Minus (-)
725
1035
50
Minus (-)
915
1305
51
Normal
805
1150
45
Normal
1015
1450
46
Plus (+)
885
1265
41
Plus (+)
1115
1595
42
Minus (-)
790
1125
46
Minus (-)
975
1395
48
Normal
875
1250
41
Normal
1085
1550
43
Plus (+)
960
1375
38
Plus (+)
1195
1705
39
Minus (-)
850
1215
43
Minus (-)
1040
1485
45
Normal
945
1350
38
Normal
1155
1650
40
Plus (+)
1040
1485
35
Plus (+)
1270
1815
37
High-Stage
CFM¹
Rise
(°F)
B
C
D
ADVC81155CX
(Rise Range: 35° - 65°F)
Cooling
Speed Tap
A
B
C
D
¹
Adjust Tap
Low-Stage
CFM¹
Minus (-)
975
1395
61
Normal
1085
1550
55
Plus (+)
1195
1705
50
Minus (-)
1040
1485
57
Normal
1155
1650
52
Plus (+)
1270
1815
47
Minus (-)
1105
1575
54
Normal
1225
1750
49
Plus (+)
1350
1925
44
Minus (-)
1135
1620
53
Normal
1260
1800
47
Plus (+)
1385
1980
43
Notes
• These charts are for furnaces installed at 0’- 4,500’. At higher altitudes, a properly de-rated unit will have the same temperature rise
at a particular CFM, while the ESP at that CFM will be lower.
• The installation must be adjusted to obtain a temperature rise
within the range listed on the furnace nameplate.
• Do not operate above .5” w.c. ESP in heating mode.
• Propane gas installations will have a high-stage rise approximately
4° lower than shown in the tables.
@ .1” to .8” W.C. ESP
Continous Fan Speeds
Model
Furnace
Maximum CFM
Continuous
Fan Speed¹,²
ADVC80703BX
1760
530
ADVC80905CX
2000
600
ADVC81155CX
2000
600
¹ Continuous fan speed is 30% of furnace maximum CFM
² Three continuous fan speeds are possible with the CTK01AA thermostat: 30%, 50%, and
70% of furnace maximum CFM
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20
30
40
30
50
60
70
80
90
100
40
50
60
700
600 CFM
90
100
2000
2200
2400 CFM
1800
1600
1400
OUTPUT BTU/HR x 1000
80
1200
1100
1000
900
70
800
FORMULAS
110
120
130
140
BTU OUTPUT = CFM x 1.08 x RISE
BTU OUTPUT
RISE =
÷ CFM
1.08
BTU OUTPUT vs TEMPERATURE RISE CHART
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BLOWER PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS
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Wiring is subject to change. Always
refer to the wiring diagram or the
unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
⚠
Warning
High Voltage: Disconnect all power before servicing or installing this unit. Multiple power
sources may be present. Failure to do so may cause property damage, personal injury, or death.
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Product Specifications
Wiring Diagram with Honeywell Valve
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Wiring is subject to change. Always
refer to the wiring diagram or the
unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
⚠
Warning
High Voltage: Disconnect all power before servicing or installing this unit. Multiple power
sources may be present. Failure to do so may cause property damage, personal injury, or death.
⚡
Product Specifications
Wiring Diagram with White-Rodgers Valve
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Auto-Comfort Mode
During Auto-Comfort mode, the furnace ramps up to 50% of the demand for half a minute. It then ramps to
85% of the full cooling demand airflow and operates there for approximately 7½ minutes. The motor then
steps up to the full demand airflow. This mode spends a half minute at 50% airflow OFF delay.
OFF
85% CFM
50% CFM
100% CFM
OFF
50% CFM
½ min
½ min
½ min
Cooling Demand
Accessories
Model
Description
AMVC8
0704BX
AMVC8
0905CX
AMVC8
1155CX
ADVC8
0703BX
ADVC8
0905CX
ADVC8
1155CX
LPM-05
LP Conversion Kit (Springs & Orifice) ¹
√
√
√
√
√
√
LPM-06
LP Conversion Kit (Springs & Orifice) ²
√
√
√
√
√
√
AFE18-60A
Fossil Fuel Kit (must be used in a dual-fuel
application with a compatible thermostat)
√
√
√
√
√
√
ASAS
Electronic Air Cleaners
(* = -10, -11, -12 or -18)
√
√
√
√
√
√
AMU
Media Air Cleaners
(* = 1620, 2020, 1625 or 2025)
√
√
√
√
√
√
¹ White-Rodgers valve only
² White-Rodgers and Honeywell valves
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