CL-ACXE-1200 HVAC - Western Shelter Systems

CL-ACXE-1200 HVAC
Robust Temperature and Humidity Control
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
CONDITIONAL WARRANTY
Western Shelter Systems warrants all products against
defects in materials or workmanship for a period of one (1)
year from date of manufacture. Component manufacturers’
warranties may exceed that of Western Shelter.
A.
Warnings
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B.
Appliance details
4
C. Component identification 4
D.
Operating instructions
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1.
Setup
5
2.
Operation
6
3.
Emergency heat
7
4.
Switching operation voltage
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E.
No warranty is made or implied regarding the intended use of
the product. Warranty does not cover damage caused by
abuse, misuse, neglect or improper care by the end user in
the application of the Western Shelter Systems product.
Western Shelter Systems will repair or replace any component
deemed to be faulty from manufacture in the most efficient
and timely means available to Western Shelter Systems.
Maintenance / Troubleshooting 8
1. Replacing the air filter
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2.
Cleaning outdoor coil 8
3.
Professional service checklist
8
4.
Troubleshooting checklist
9
5.
Resetting the thermostat
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Western Shelter Systems must authorize all claims prior to
any action taken by the end user.
For immediate attention regarding any defective product,
please phone Customer Support at 1-800-971-7201,
7am-330pm PST.
F.
Component list 10
Shipping: 815 Conger St. Eugene, OR 97402
PO Box 2729 Eugene, OR 97402 USA
Phone 1-541-344-7267
Toll Free 1-800-971-7201
Fax 1-541-284-2820
www.WesternShelter.com
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A. WARNINGS
FOLLOW ALL WRITTEN AND COMMON SENSE SAFETY
PROCEDURES WHEN OPERATING THIS UNIT. FAILURE TO DO SO
MAY RESULT IN PROPERTY DAMAGE OR PERSONAL INJURY.
DO NOT TOUCH TOP OF COMPRESSOR. MAY
CAUSE MINOR TO SEVERE BURNING.
CONTAINS REFRIGERANT!
SYSTEM CONTAINS OIL AND REFRIGERANT
UNDER HIGH PRESSURE.
TO PREVENT INJURY OR DEATH DUE
TO ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR CONTACT
WITH MOVING PARTS, DISCONNECT UNIT
BEFORE SERVICING.
ANY SERVICE PROCEDURES NOT DETAILED
IN THIS MANUAL MUST BE PERFORMED BY A
QUALIFIED SERVICE TECHNICIAN.
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B. APPLIANCE DETAILS
C. COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION
Rating: 208 or 240 Volts, 30-Amp,
Single-Phase, 60 Hertz
CFM: 1,400
Cooling: 3.5 tons, 41,000 Btu/hr EER/
SEER (Btu/Watt Hr) - 10.5/12.05
Heating: 42K Btu/hr
Supplemental Heating: 27/36K Btu/hr
(Requires separate 50 Amp circuit for
operation.)
Ducting:
XE12UD Discharge - 12-inch
XE12LD Return - 14-inch
XE12FLTR (Replaceable 16”x25”x1”
filter.)
Voltage adjustment
Emergency heat
strip 50-Amp input
Air filter
Air supply
Duct bag
50’ 30-Amp input
Air supply duct
Dimensions: (L x W x H) - 56” x 35” x
41.5” (including cart)
Optional and Replacement
Equipment:
WAC-12 12” Window Duct Panel
Condensate p-trap
Hex driver for filter panel
Thermostat
Stackable Dimensions: (L x W x H) 56” x 35” x 47.5”
Weight:
Standard (Stackable)
526 lbs. (550 lbs.)
Air discharge
Thermostat
cover
Condensate
drain connection
point
Locking wheels
4
Accessory/
thermostat bag
Air disharge
duct
D. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
ØNote: In the green vinyl pouch on the rear
Be sure you have read and
understood all safety warnings
before attempting to operate this
unit.
1. Setup
ØRemove the cover and orient the unit so
the circulation vents face one of the HVAC
attachment points on your shelter. Locate
the unit on solid, level ground, using shoring
or a plywood base if necessary.
of the unit, you will find the thermostat with
50 foot cable, operations manuals, and a
hex driver for unit maintenance.
ØThe HVAC unit attaches to any of the duct
boot openings around any WSS shelter. To
eliminate trip hazard, it is recommended
that the HVAC unit be positioned away from
the most used doorways if possible.
ØTo access the panels, remove the square
vinyl covers from both ports, and the square
insulation panels, if installed. They can be
stored in the duct-boot bag on the HVAC
unit so they will not be misplaced.
ØNote: The main power cables and
thermostat are routed around the back
of the unit. The 30-Amp cable can attach
to either an electrical distribution box or
directly to a generator with a 30-Amp,
208/240V output.
ØIf you are using an air plenum, install it now.
See documentation accompanying the air
plenum for installation information.
ØIn the side pouch are the two duct boots for
attaching the HVAC unit to your shelter. The
tapered boot attaches to the top of the unit,
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and the re-enforced boot with filter screen
attaches to the bottom. Also in the pouch is
the p-trap for condensation discharge.
ØAttach the duct boots to
the shelter. The angled
boot goes on top, and
the re-enforced boot
underneath.
ØTo attach the unit, align
it with the duct boot
openings, about two feet from the shelter
wall.
ØAttach the duct boots to the HVAC unit
with the black nylon straps. Place the lower
duct boot over the lower port, then snug
the strap tight. Be sure the seal is tight all
around. Repeat on the top port. Move the
unit back a few inches to put some tension
on the boots so air will flow easily. Lock the
wheels.
ØAttach the p-trap by filling it with water,
capping one end with your hand, and firmly
push the non-threaded end into the drain.
A standard garden hose can be attached to
drain water away from the shelter base.
2. Operation
ØOnce the system is connected and the
ØCAUTION: Be sure the green vinyl bags
are away from air intakes when the unit is
operational
ØIf you are drawing power directly from a
generator, attach the power cable from the
HVAC system to your generator. Generator
operation is not covered in this manual,
and should be performed by a trained
individual. You can also attach the system
to an electrical distribution box. The main
power connects to a 30-Amp outlet, and the
emergency heating to a 50-Amp outlet.
ØUnwrap and install the
thermostat. Make a small
opening in the bottom of
the upper duct opening
and pass the thermostat
through, along with 50’
of cable.
power is running to the unit, set the desired
temperature and system mode on the
thermostat. The unit is designed not to
change modes more than once every three
minutes, so it may take up to three minutes
for the HVAC unit to begin operating.
ØThe thermostat has very simple controls.
The “SYSTEM” button switches between
cool, heat, emergency heat and off. The
fan can be switched to either Auto or On
position and programmed with a 90 second
Off-delay. To adjust the Off-delay see page 7.
The up and down buttons set the desired
temperature. The system is designed to go
into emergency heating mode, if available,
when the ambient temperature is at least
six degrees cooler than the temperature set
on the thermostat.
ØInside the shelter, string
the cable over roof
trusses until it is located
on the opposite side
of the shelter from the
ducting. This results in a
more accurate reading of
the shelter temperature.
UP
DOWN
ØSecure the thermostat about six feet off the
FAN
ground.
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SYSTEM
3. Emergency heat
ØThe emergency heat connection, if included
on you unit, can be located under the
small panel above the “emergency heat
power” notice. This connection will boost
the heating power of the unit by 11,000
BTUs/hr, and requires a 50-Amp, 240 volt
connection. The connection draws 42 Amps
continuously when operating, so plan
your power distribution accordingly. When
operating in conditions under 40 degrees,
the emergency heat is recommended to
keep the unit running well.
ØThe HVAC unit is capable of running off
either 208 or 240 volts, depending on your
electrical setup. Do not change modes
without a solid understanding of your
electrical distribution setup. Do not run the
HVAC unit until it is properly setup up for
your system.
Fan Off-Delay options:
ØTo change between 208 volt and 240 volt
operation, detach the panel with shock
hazard warnings located next to where the
power cables come out of the unit.
ØLocate the red wire with white clip running
4. Switching operation voltage
COMPLETELY
DISCONNECT ALL
ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
BEFORE SWITCHING
VOLTAGE.
to a transformer with two leads. The leads
are printed “208” and “240.” When using
a single-phase generator, connect to the
240 volt connection. When using threephase generator, connect to the 208 volt
connection. The unit comes preset to the
208 volt connection, unless otherwise noted
on label.
90 seconds
SW5
ON
SW6 set by factory
OFF
180 seconds
SW5
ON
SW6 option 2
OFF
0 seconds
SW5
OFF
SW6 option 3
OFF
Switch is located on the lower left power panel
and is colored blue.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
OFF
WARNING: Follow the hazardous
voltage instructions on front panel!
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E. MAINTENANCE / TROUBLESHOOTING
3. Professional service checklist
ØYou can do some of the periodic
maintenance functions for your XE1200 unit
yourself. These functions include replacing
the disposable or cleaning the permanent
air filters, cleaning the unit’s cabinet,
cleaning the condenser coil, and conducting
a general inspection of the unit on a regular
basis.
ØTo keep your unit operating as designed,
a qualified serviceman should check over
the entire system at least once each year
as well as any other time that you feel that
service is needed. Your serviceman should
examine and inspect:
•Filters (for cleaning or replacement)
1. Replacing the air filter
ØIt is very important to keep the duct system
air filters clean. Be sure to inspect them at
least once each week when the system is in
constant operation.
ØReplace used filters with new filters of the
same type and size. Do not try to clean
disposable filters.
ØLocated on the front side of the unit are
the discharge and return ports. The air
return port uses a filter similar to most
home systems (16x25x1), and can easily be
replaced.
2. Cleaning outdoor coil
•Motors and drive system components
•Condenser coils (for cleaning)
ØWith the front cover off, you can see the
•Safety controls (for mechanical cleaning)
ØUnfiltered air circulated through the unit’s
•Electrical components and wiring (for
possible replacement and connection
tightness)
heating and cooling elements. They should
be free from dust and debris.
outdoor coil can cause the coil’s surface
to become clogged with dust, dirt, etc. To
clean the coil, stroke the coil surface with a
soft-bristled brush vertically, that is, in the
direction of the fins.
•Condensate drain (for cleaning)
•Unit duct connections to see that they
are physically sound and sealed to the unit
casing
•Unit mounting support to see that it is
sound
ØTo replace the air filter, unscrew the four
•Unit to see that there is no obvious unit
deterioration.
hex screws securing the front port cover.
Inside the cover is the air filter. Pull up on
the filter, then out on the bottom to remove.
Place a new filter in top end first and push
up to fit into place.
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4. Troubleshooting check list
5. Resetting the thermostat
•Is the unit properly and securely located
and level with the proper clearance?
ØIt may become necessary to reset the unit thermostat. If the thermostat has lost power or is
•Is the duct work correctly run with the
proper unit arrangement?
ØReplace the AA batteries in the thermostat.
•Is the condensate line properly run? Does
it drain freely?
•Is the filter of the correct size and
number? Are the supply and return ports
unobstructed?
•Is the power supply correct for the unit’s
requirements?
not operating properly, follow these steps to reset it.
ØPress and hold the UP and FAN buttons until the unit display changes to settings mode.
ØPress the UP and DOWN buttons to change settings.
ØPress NEXT to advance to the next function.
ØPress DONE to save and exit.
ØFactory recommended settings are as follows:
•Are all wiring connections, including those
in the unit itself, tight?
Setup Function
Recommended Setting
•Is the thermostat well located and
accurately adjusted?
1 - System Type
5 - 2 heat/1 cool heat pump
2 - Changeover valve
0 - O/B terminal energized in cooling
6 - Second Stage Heat
9 - For electric furnaces
9 - Compressor Cycle
3 - Recommended
12 - System setting
0 - Manual changeover
14 - Temperature Display
0 - Fahrenheit (1 Celsius)
15 - Compressor protection
3 - Minutes
26 - Auxiliary Heat control
0 - Comfort
27 - Heat temperature range
90
28 - Cool temperature range
50
•Do the outdoor fan and the indoor fan turn
free without rubbing? Are both fans tight on
their shafts?
•Are all cover and access panels in place
to prevent air loss and to protect against
safety hazards?
•Have all tools and debris around, on top of,
and under the unit been removed?
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F. COMPONENT LIST
PART #
DESCRIPTION
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XE-12UFST Frame, Upper for Stackable unit. Includes 2 handles and necessary hardware for upgrading standard frame.
2
XE12-PNL
Panel, Replacement XE-1200 Duct, with Filter 3
XE-12 TSTAT
Thermostat, Honeywell 2 Stage for XE-1200 HVAC (thermostat
only)
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XE12CST5.2R
Caster, Rigid 5”x 2” Rubber on Steal
2
5
XE12CST5.2S
Caster, Swivel 5”x 2” Rubber on Steal
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6
XE 12 FLTR
Filter, 16x25x1 Pleated for XE1200 CASE OF 12 FILTERS 7
XE1200 CVR
Cover, Vinyl for XE-1200 HVAC unit
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XE 12-DRN
Condensation Drain for XE1200
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3
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