Carrier start-up and Specifications

30RA010-055
AquaSnap® Air-Cooled Chillers
with ComfortLink™ Controls
50/60 Hz
Controls, Start-Up, Operation,
Service, and Troubleshooting
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
Installing, starting up, and servicing this equipment can be
hazardous due to system pressures, electrical components, and
equipment location (roof, elevated structures, mechanical
rooms, etc.). Only trained, qualified installers and service
mechanics should install, start up, and service this equipment.
When working on this equipment, observe precautions in
the literature, and on tags, stickers, and labels attached to the
equipment, and any other safety precautions that apply. Follow
all safety codes. Wear safety glasses and work gloves. Use
care in handling, rigging, and setting this equipment, and in
handling all electrical components.
Electrical shock can cause personal injury and death. Shut
off all power to this equipment during installation and
service. There may be more than one disconnect switch.
Tag all disconnect locations to alert others not to restore
power until work is completed.
DO NOT VENT refrigerant relief valves within a building.
Outlet from relief valves must be vented outdoors in
accordance with the latest edition of ANSI/ASHRAE
(American National Standards Institute/American Society
of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers)
15 (Safety Code for Mechanical Refrigeration). The
accumulation of refrigerant in an enclosed space can
displace oxygen and cause asphyxiation. Provide adequate
ventilation in enclosed or low overhead areas. Inhalation of
high concentrations of vapor is harmful and may cause
heart irregularities, unconsciousness or death. Misuse can
be fatal. Vapor is heavier than air and reduces the amount
of oxygen available for breathing. Product causes eye and
skin irritation. Decomposition products are hazardous.
DO NOT attempt to unbraze factory joints when servicing
this equipment. Compressor oil is flammable and there is
no way to detect how much oil may be in any of the
refrigerant lines. Cut lines with a tubing cutter as required
when performing service. Use a pan to catch any oil that
may come out of the lines and as a gage for how much oil
to add to system. DO NOT re-use compressor oil.
This unit uses a microprocessor-based electronic control
system. Do not use jumpers or other tools to short out
components, or to bypass or otherwise depart from recommended procedures. Any short-to-ground of the control
board or accompanying wiring may destroy the electronic
modules or electrical components.
To prevent potential damage to heat exchanger, always run
fluid through heat exchanger when adding or removing
refrigerant charge. Use appropriate brine solutions in cooler
fluid loop to prevent the freezing of brazed plate heat
exchanger, optional hydronic section and/or interconnecting
piping when the equipment is exposed to temperatures
below 32 F (0 °C). Proof of flow switch and strainer are
factory installed on all models. Do NOT remove power
from this chiller during winter shutdown periods without
taking precaution to remove all water from heat exchanger
and optional hydronic system. Failure to properly protect
the system from freezing may constitute abuse and may
void warranty.
Compressors and optional hydronic system pumps require
specific rotation. Test condenser fan(s) first to ensure
proper phasing. Swap any two incoming power leads to
correct condenser fan rotation before starting any other
motors.
Refrigerant charge must be removed slowly to prevent loss
of compressor oil that could result in compressor failure.
Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.
PC 903
Catalog No. 533-00047
Printed in U.S.A.
Form 30RA-2T
Pg 1
1-03
Replaces: 30RA-1T
Book 2
Tab 5c
CONTENTS
Page
Condenser Section and Coils . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
• COIL CLEANING
• CLEANING E-COATED COILS
• CONDENSER SECTION
Check Refrigerant Feed Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
• THERMOSTATIC EXPANSION VALVE (TXV)
• FILTER DRIER
• MOISTURE-LIQUID INDICATOR
• MINIMUM LOAD VALVE
• PRESSURE RELIEF DEVICES
Compressor and Unit Protective Devices . . . . . . . . . . 62
• MANUAL STARTER
• COMPRESSOR INTERNAL THERMAL PROTECTION
Check Unit Safeties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
• HIGH-PRESSURE SWITCH
• PRESSURE TRANSDUCERS
• COOLER FREEZE-UP PROTECTION
• HEATER CABLE
• WINTER SHUTDOWN
Thermistors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Pressure Transducers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Flow Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Strainer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Motormaster® V Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
• GENERAL OPERATION
• SET POINTS
• INSTALLATION
• PROGRAMMING
• EPM CHIP
• LIQUID LINE PRESSURE SET POINT ADJUSTMENT
• LOSS OF CCN COMMUNICATIONS
• REPLACING DEFECTIVE MODULES
Hydronic Package . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Recommended Maintenance Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
PRE-START-UP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
System Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
START-UP AND OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74-76
Actual Start-Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Check Refrigerant Charge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Operating Limitations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
• TEMPERATURES
• LOW AMBIENT OPERATION
• VOLTAGE — ALL UNITS
OPERATION SEQUENCE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
APPENDIX A — CCN TABLES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77-88
APPENDIX B — FACTORY SETTINGS FOR
COMPRESSOR, FAN, PUMP AND MANUAL
STARTERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .89,90
APPENDIX C — BUILDING INTERFACE . . . . . . . . . .91,92
START-UP CHECKLIST FOR 30RA LIQUID
CHILLER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CL-1-CL-8
Page
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
GENERAL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,3
MAJOR SYSTEM COMPONENTS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3,4
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Main Base Board (MBB). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Scrolling Marquee Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Energy Management Module (EMM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Enable/Off/Remote Contact Switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Emergency On/Off Switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Board Addresses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Control Module Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Carrier Comfort Network Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
OPERATING DATA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-46
Sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
• T1 — COOLER LEAVING FLUID SENSOR
• T2 — COOLER ENTERING FLUID SENSOR
• T7,T8 — COMPRESSOR RETURN GAS
TEMPERATURE SENSOR (ACCESSORY)
• T9 — OUTDOOR-AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR
• T10 — REMOTE SPACE TEMPERATURE SENSOR OR
DUAL LEAVING WATER TEMPERATURE SENSOR
Energy Management Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Loss-of-Cooler Flow Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Thermostatic Expansion Valves (TXV) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Capacity Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
• MINUTES LEFT FOR START
• MINUTES OFF TIME
• LEAD/LAG DETERMINATION
• CAPACITY CONTROL OVERRIDES
Head Pressure Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Operation of Machine Based on Control Method
and Cooling Set Point Selection Settings . . . . . . . . 22
Cooling Set Point Select . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Marquee Display Usage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Service Test. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Optional Factory-Installed Hydronic Package . . . . . . 24
Cooler Pump Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Cooler Pump Sequence of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Configuring and Operating Dual Chiller Control. . . . 26
Temperature Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Demand Limit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
• DEMAND LIMIT (2-Stage Switch Controlled)
• EXTERNALLY POWERED DEMAND LIMIT
(4 to 20 mA Controlled)
• DEMAND LIMIT (CCN Loadshed Controlled)
Cooling Set Point (4 to 20 mA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46-57
Complete Unit Stoppage and Restart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
• GENERAL POWER FAILURE
• UNIT ENABLE-OFF-REMOTE CONTACT SWITCH IS
OFF
• CHILLED FLUID PROOF-OF-FLOW SWITCH OPEN
• OPEN HIGH-PRESSURE SWITCH(ES)
• OPEN COMPRESSOR INTERNAL THERMAL
PROTECTION
• OPEN 24-V CONTROL CIRCUIT BREAKERS
• COOLING LOAD SATISFIED
• THERMISTOR FAILURE
• LOW SATURATED SUCTION
Alarms and Alerts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
SERVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58-73
Electronic Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
• CONTROL COMPONENTS
Compressor Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Cooler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
• BRAZED-PLATE COOLER HEAT EXCHANGER
REPLACEMENT
• BRAZED-PLATE COOLER HEAT EXCHANGER
CLEANING
Check Oil Charge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
GENERAL
This publication contains Controls Start-Up, Service, Operation, and Troubleshooting information for the 30RA
AquaSnap® air-cooled chillers. See Table 1. These chillers are
equipped with ComfortLink™ controls and conventional
thermostatic expansion valves (TXVs).
This unit uses a microprocessor-based electronic control
system. Do not use jumpers or other tools to short out or
bypass components or otherwise depart from recommended procedures. Any short-to-ground of the control
board or accompanying wiring may destroy the board or
electrical component.
2
Table 1 — Unit Sizes
UNIT
30RA010
30RA015
30RA018
30RA022
30RA025
30RA030*
30RA032†
30RA035
30RA040*
30RA042†
30RA045
30RA050*
30RA055*
Contact (dry contacts closed) positions, the chiller is allowed to
operate and respond to the scheduling configuration, CCN
configuration and set point data. See Fig. 8.
NOMINAL CAPACITY
(TONS) 50/60 Hz
10/10
14/13
16/16
22/20
24/23
27
30
35/34
38
40
43/45
47
54
Emergency On/Off Switch — The Emergency On/Off
switch should only be used when it is required to shut the
chiller off immediately. Power to the MBB, EMM, and
marquee display is interrupted when this switch is off and all
outputs from these modules will be turned off.
Board Addresses — The Main Base Board (MBB) has
a 3-position Instance jumper that must be set to ‘1.’ All other
boards have 4-position DIP switches. All switches are set to
‘On’ for all boards.
Control Module Communication
RED LED — Proper operation of the control boards can be
visually checked by looking at the red status LEDs
(light-emitting diodes). When operating correctly, the red status
LEDs should be blinking in unison at a rate of once every
2 seconds. If the red LEDs are not blinking in unison, verify
that correct power is being supplied to all modules. Be sure that
the Main Base Board (MBB) is supplied with the current
software. If necessary, reload current software. If the problem
still persists, replace the MBB. A red LED that is lit continuously or blinking at a rate of once per second or faster indicates
that the board should be replaced.
GREEN LED — The MBB has one green LED. The Local
Equipment Network (LEN) LED should always be blinking
whenever power is on. All other boards have a LEN LED
which should be blinking whenever power is on. Check LEN
connections for potential communication errors at the board J3
and/or J4 connectors. Communication between modules is
accomplished by a 3-wire sensor bus. These 3 wires run in
parallel from module to module. The J4 connector on the MBB
provides both power and communication directly to the
marquee display only.
YELLOW LED — The MBB has one yellow LED. The
Carrier Comfort Network (CCN) LED will blink during times
of network communication.
*60 Hz only.
†50 Hz only.
MAJOR SYSTEM COMPONENTS
General — The 30RA air-cooled reciprocating chillers
contain the ComfortLink™ electronic control system that
controls and monitors all operations of the chiller.
The control system is composed of several components as
listed in the sections below. See Fig. 1 and 2 for typical control
box drawing. See Fig. 3-6 for control schematics.
Main Base Board (MBB) — See Fig. 7. The MBB is
the heart of the ComfortLink control system. It contains the
major portion of operating software and controls the operation
of the machine. The MBB continuously monitors input/output
channel information received from its inputs and from all other
modules. The MBB receives inputs from the discharge and
suction pressure transducers and thermistors. See Table 2. The
MBB also receives the feedback inputs from each compressor
contactor, auxiliary contacts, and other status switches. See
Table 3. The MBB also controls several outputs. Relay outputs
controlled by the MBB are shown in Table 4. Information
is transmitted between modules via a 3-wire communication
bus or LEN (Local Equipment Network). The CCN (Carrier
Comfort Network) bus is also supported. Connections to both
LEN and CCN buses are made at TB3. See Fig. 8.
Carrier Comfort Network (CCN) Interface —
The 30RA chiller units can be connected to the CCN if
desired. The communication bus wiring is a shielded,
3-conductor cable with drain wire and is supplied and installed
in the field. See Table 5. The system elements are connected to
the communication bus in a daisy chain arrangement. The
positive pin of each system element communication connector
must be wired to the positive pins of the system elements on
either side of it. This is also required for the negative and
signal ground pins of each system element. Wiring connections
for CCN should be made at TB3. Consult the CCN Contractor’s Manual for further information.
NOTE: Conductors and drain wire must be 20 AWG (American Wire Gage) minimum stranded, tinned copper. Individual
conductors must be insulated with PVC, PVC/nylon, vinyl,
Teflon, or polyethylene. An aluminum/polyester 100% foil
shield and an outer jacket of PVC, PVC/nylon, chrome vinyl,
or Teflon with a minimum operating temperature range of
–20 C to 60 C is required. Wire manufactured by Alpha (2413
or 5463), American (A22503), Belden (8772), or Columbia
(02525) meets the above mentioned requirements.
It is important when connecting to a CCN communication
bus that a color coding scheme be used for the entire network
to simplify the installation. It is recommended that red be used
for the signal positive, black for the signal negative, and white
for the signal ground. Use a similar scheme for cables containing different colored wires.
Scrolling Marquee Display — This standard device
is the keypad interface used for accessing chiller information,
reading sensor values, and testing the chiller. The marquee
display is a 4-key, 4-character, 16-segment LED (light-emitting
diode) display. Eleven mode LEDs are located on the display
as well as an Alarm Status LED. See Marquee Display Usage
section on page 23 for further details.
Energy Management Module (EMM) — The EMM
module is available as a factory-installed option or as a fieldinstalled accessory. The EMM module receives 4 to 20 mA
inputs for the leaving fluid temperature reset, cooling set point
and demand limit functions. The EMM module also receives
the switch inputs for the field-installed 2-stage demand limit
and ice done functions. The EMM module communicates the
status of all inputs with the MBB, and the MBB adjusts the
control point, capacity limit, and other functions according to
the inputs received.
Enable/Off/Remote Contact Switch — The Enable/
Off/Remote Contact switch is a 3-position switch used to
control the chiller. When switched to the Enable position the
chiller is under its own control. Move the switch to the Off
position to shut the chiller down. Move the switch to the
Remote Contact position and a field-installed dry contact can
be used to start the chiller. The contacts must be capable of
handling a 24 vac, 50-mA load. In the Enable and Remote
3
Table 4 — Output Relays
At each system element, the shields of its communication
bus cables must be tied together. If the communication bus is
entirely within one building, the resulting continuous shield
must be connected to a ground at one point only. If the communication bus cable exits from one building and enters another,
the shields must be connected to grounds at the lightning
suppressor in each building where the cable enters or exits the
building (one point per building only). To connect the unit to
the network:
1. Turn off power to the control box.
2. Cut the CCN wire and strip the ends of the red (+), white
(ground), and black (–) conductors. (Substitute appropriate colors for different colored cables.)
3. Connect the red wire to (+) terminal on TB3 of the plug,
the white wire to COM terminal, and the black wire to the
(–) terminal.
4. The RJ14 CCN connector on TB3 can also be used, but is
only intended for temporary connection (for example, a
laptop computer running Service Tool).
RELAY
NO.
K1
K2
K3
K4
K5
K6
K7
K8
K9
K10
K11
IMPORTANT: A shorted CCN bus cable will prevent some
routines from running and may prevent the unit from starting. If abnormal conditions occur, unplug the connector. If
conditions return to normal, check the CCN connector and
cable. Run new cable if necessary. A short in one section of
the bus can cause problems with all system elements on the
bus.
T1
T2
T7
T8
T9
T10
LWT
MBB
PIN
CONNECTION
POINT
J8-13,14 (MBB)
J8-11,12 (MBB)
J8-1,2 (MBB)
J8-3,4 (MBB)
J8-7,8 (MBB)
J8-5,6 (MBB)
TB5-5,6
MANUFACTURER
Alpha
American
Belden
Columbia
Manhattan
Quabik
PART NO.
Regular Wiring
Plenum Wiring
1895
—
A21451
A48301
8205
884421
D6451
—
M13402
M64430
6130
—
OPERATING DATA
THERMISTOR INPUT
Sensors — The electronic control uses 3 to 6 thermistors to
Cooler Leaving Fluid
Cooler Entering Fluid
Circuit A Return Gas
Temperature (Accessory)
Circuit B (032-055 only) Return
Gas Temperature (Accessory)
Outdoor-Air Temperature
Sensor
Accessory Remote Space
Temperature Sensor or
Dual LWT Sensor
sense temperatures for controlling chiller operation. See
Table 2. These sensors are outlined below. Thermistors T1, T2,
T9 and accessory suction gas temperatures (T7,T8) are 5 kΩ at
77 F (25 C) and are identical in temperature versus resistance
and voltage drop performance. Thermistor T10 is 10 kΩ at
77 F (25 C) and has a different temperature vs. resistance and
voltage drop performance. See Thermistors section for
temperature-resistance-voltage drop characteristics.
T1 — COOLER LEAVING FLUID SENSOR — On 30RA010030 sizes, this thermistor is installed in a friction fit well at the
bottom of the brazed-plate heat exchanger on the control box
side. For 30RA032-055 sizes, this thermistor is installed in a
well in the factory-installed leaving fluid piping coming from
the bottom of the brazed-plate heat exchanger opposite the
control box side.
T2 — COOLER ENTERING FLUID SENSOR — On 30RA010030 sizes, this thermistor is installed in a friction fit well at the
top of the brazed-plate heat exchanger on the control box side.
For 30RA032-055 sizes, this thermistor is installed in a well in
the factory-installed entering fluid piping coming from the top
of the brazed-plate heat exchanger opposite the control box
side.
T7,T8 — COMPRESSOR RETURN GAS TEMPERATURE SENSOR (ACCESSORY) — A well for this sensor
is factory installed in each circuit's suction line. If desired, a
5 kΩ thermistor (Carrier part number HH79NZ029) can be
installed in this well and connected to the Main Base Board
as shown in Table 2. Use the Scrolling Marquee display to configure the sensor (Configuration mode, sub-mode OPT1 —
enable item RG.EN).
T9 — OUTDOOR-AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR —
This sensor is factory-installed on a bracket at the left side of
compressor A1 on 30RA010-030 models. For models
30RA032-055, it is installed behind the panel below the
control box center door.
LEGEND
— Leaving Water Temperature
— Main Base Board
Table 3 — Status Switches
STATUS
SWITCH
Chilled Water Pump 1
Chilled Water Pump 2
Remote On/Off
Cooler Flow Switch
Compressor Fault Signal, A1
Compressor Fault Signal, A2
Compressor Fault Signal, B1
Compressor Fault Signal, B2
Energize Compressor A1 (010-030)
Energize Compressor A1 and Condenser Fan A1 (032-055)
Energize Compressor B1 and Condenser Fan B1 at Low
Speed (032-040)
Energize Compressor B1 and Condenser Fan B1 (042-055)
Energize Chilled Water Pump 1 Output
Energize Chilled Water Pump 2 Output
Energize Compressor A2 (all but 010, 015 60Hz)
Energize Compressor B2 (042-055 only)
Alarm Relay
Cooler/Pump Heater
Energize Condenser Fan at Low Speed (010-018)
Energize Condenser Fan A1 (022-030)
Energize Condenser Fan A2 (032-055)
Energize Condenser Fan at High Speed (010-018)
Energize Condenser Fan A2 (022-030)
Energize Condenser Fan B1 at High Speed (032-040)
Energize Condenser Fan B2 (042-055)
Minimum Load Valve
Table 5 — CCN Communication Bus Wiring
Table 2 — Thermistor Designations
THERMISTOR
NO.
DESCRIPTION
PIN CONNECTION
POINT
J7-1,2
J7-3,4
TB5-9,10
J7-9,10
J9-11,12
J9-5,6
J9-8,9
J9-2,3
4
5. Connect the other end of the communication bus cable to
the remainder of the CCN communication bus.
T10 — Dual Leaving Water Temperature Sensor — For
dual chiller applications (parallel only are supported), connect
the dual chiller leaving fluid temperature sensor (5 kΩ thermistor, Carrier part no. HH79NZ029) to the space temperature
input of the Master chiller. If space temperature is required for
reset applications, connect the sensor to the Slave chiller and
configure the slave chiller to broadcast the value to the Master
chiller.
T10 — REMOTE SPACE TEMPERATURE SENSOR OR
DUAL LEAVING WATER TEMPERATURE SENSOR —
One of two inputs can be connected to TB5-5 and TB5-6. See
appropriate sensor below.
T10 — Remote Space Temperature Sensor — Sensor T10
(part no. 33ZCT55SPT) is an accessory sensor that is remotely
mounted in the controlled space and used for space temperature reset. The sensor should be installed as a wall-mounted
thermostat would be (in the conditioned space where it will not
be subjected to either a cooling or heating source or direct
exposure to sunlight, and 4 to 5 ft above the floor).
Space temperature sensor wires are to be connected to
terminals in the unit main control box. The space temperature
sensor includes a terminal block (SEN) and a RJ11 female
connector. The RJ11 connector is used access into the Carrier
Comfort Network (CCN) at the sensor.
To connect the space temperature sensor (Fig. 9):
1. Using a 20 AWG twisted pair conductor cable rated for
the application, connect 1 wire of the twisted pair to one
SEN terminal and connect the other wire to the other
SEN terminal located under the cover of the space
temperature sensor.
2. Connect the other ends of the wires to terminals 5 and 6
on TB5 located in the unit control box.
Units on the CCN can be monitored from the space at the
sensor through the RJ11 connector, if desired. To wire the RJ11
connector into the CCN (Fig. 10):
LEGEND FOR FIG. 1-6
ALMR
BR
C
CB
CCB
CHC
COMP
CWFS
CWP
DPT
EMM
FIOP
FM
GND
HPS
HR
ICP
IP
LWT
MBB
MLV
MS
OAT
OL
R
SPT
SW
T
TB
TNKR
TRAN
IMPORTANT: The cable selected for the RJ11 connector
wiring MUST be identical to the CCN communication bus
wire used for the entire network. Refer to Table 5 for
acceptable wiring.
1. Cut the CCN wire and strip ends of the red (+), white
(ground), and black (–) conductors. (If another wire color
scheme is used, strip ends of appropriate wires.)
2. Insert and secure the red (+) wire to terminal 5 of the
space temperature sensor terminal block.
3. Insert and secure the white (ground) wire to terminal 4 of
the space temperature sensor.
4. Insert and secure the black (–) wire to terminal 2 of the
space temperature sensor.
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Alarm Relay
Boiler Relay
Contactor, Compressor
Circuit Breaker
Compressor Circuit Breaker
Cooler/Pump Heater Contactor
Compressor
Chilled Water Flow Switch
Chilled Water Pump
Discharge Pressure Transducer
Energy Management
factory Installed Option
Fan Motor
Ground
High-Pressure Switch
Heat Relay
Inrush Current Protection
Internal Protection Thermostat
Leaving Water Temperature
Main Base Board
Minimum Load Valve
Manual Starter
Outdoor-Air Thermistor
Overload
Relay
Suction Pressure Transducer
Switch
Thermistor
Terminal Block
Storage Tank Heater Relay
Transformer
Terminal Block
Terminal (Unmarked)
Terminal (Marked)
Splice
Factory Wiring
Field Wiring
Accessory or Option Wiring
To indicate common potential only;
not to represent wiring.
5
Fig. 1 — Typical Control Box for 30RA010-030 (022-030 Shown)
6
Fig. 2 — Typical Control Box for 30RA032-055 (042-055 Shown)
7
30RA010-018 AQUA SNAP
Fig. 3 — Wiring Schematic 30RA010-018
8
AQUA-SNAP LOW VOLTAGE CONTROL SCHEMATIC (010-018)
SEE NOTE 8
SEE NOTE 8
Fig. 3 — Wiring Schematic 30RA010-018 (cont)
9
30RA022-030 AQUA SNAP
Fig. 4 — Wiring Schematic 30RA022-030
10
AQUA-SNAP LOW VOLTAGE CONTROL SCHEMATIC (022-030)
Fig. 4 — Wiring Schematic 30RA022-030 (cont)
11
30RA032-040 AQUA SNAP
Fig. 5 — Wiring Schematic 30RA032-040
12
AQUA-SNAP LOW VOLTAGE CONTROL SCHEMATIC (032-040)
Fig. 5 — Wiring Schematic 30RA032-040 (cont)
13
30RA042-055 AQUA SNAP
Fig. 6 — Wiring Schematic 30RA042-055
14
AQUA-SNAP LOW VOLTAGE CONTROL SCHEMATIC (042-055)
Fig. 6 — Wiring Schematic 30RA042-055 (cont)
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RED LED - STATUS
GREEN LED LEN (LOCAL EQUIPMENT NETWORK)
YELLOW LED CCN (CARRIER COMFORT NETWORK)
INSTANCE JUMPER
CEPL130346-01
K11
J1
K9
K5
K6
K7
J10
LEN
J3
J4
K8
STATUS
J2
K10
K4
K3
K1
K2
CCN
J5
J6
J7
J9
J8
Fig. 7 — Main Base Board
MODE
ENABLE/OFF/REMOTE
CONTACT SWITCH
Run Status
Service Test
Temperature
Setpoints
Inputs
Alarm Status
ESCAPE
ENTER
ENABLE
LEN
Time Clock
OFF
SW1
Outputs
Configuration
TB3
REMOTE
CONTACT
Pressures
Operating Modes
OFF
CCN
Alarms
SW2
(+)
ON
(COM)
CCN
CCN
COMMUNICATIONS
(-)
SHIELD
CB1
EMERGENCY
ON/OFF SWITCH
CB2
Fig. 8 — LEN/CCN Interface, Enable/Off/Remote Contact Switch, and Emergency On/Off Switch Locations
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refrigeration circuit is also supplied with a factory-installed
liquid line filter drier and sight glass.
The TXV is set at the factory to maintain approximately 8 to
12° F (4.4 to 6.7° C) suction superheat leaving the cooler by
metering the proper amount of refrigerant into the cooler. All
TXVs are adjustable, but should not be adjusted unless
absolutely necessary.
The TXV is designed to limit the cooler saturated suction
temperature to 55 F (12.8 C). This makes it possible for unit to
start at high cooler fluid temperatures without overloading the
compressor.
SPT (T10) PART NO. 33ZCT55SPT
SENSOR
SEN
TB5
SEN
5
6
Fig. 9 — Typical Space Temperature
Sensor Wiring
Capacity Control — The control system cycles compressors, and minimum load valve solenoids (if equipped) to
maintain the user-configured leaving chilled fluid temperature
set point. Entering fluid temperature is used by the Main Base
Board (MBB) to determine the temperature drop across the
cooler and is used in determining the optimum time to add or
subtract capacity stages. The chilled fluid temperature set point
can be automatically reset by the return fluid temperature,
space, or outdoor-air temperature reset features. It can also be
reset from an external 4 to 20-mA signal (requires Energy
Management Module FIOP or accessory).
The control has an automatic lead-lag feature built in which
determines the wear factor (combination of starts and run
hours) for each compressor. If all compressors are off and less
than 30 minutes has elapsed since the last compressor was
turned off, the wear factor is used to determine which compressor to start next. If no compressors have been running for more
than 30 minutes and the leaving fluid temperature is greater
than the saturated condensing temperature, the wear factor is
still used to determine which compressor to start next. If the
leaving fluid temperature is less than the saturated condensing
temperature, then the control will start either compressor A1 or
compressor B1 first, depending on the user-configurable circuit
lead-lag value.
The TXVs will provide a controlled start-up. During startup, the low pressure logic will be bypassed for 21/2 minutes to
allow for the transient changes during start-up. As additional
stages of compression are required, the processor control will
add them. See Table 6 and 7.
If a circuit is to be stopped, the compressor with the lowest
wear factor will be shut off first in most cases. Certain override
conditions may shut off the smaller of two compressors on a
circuit first.
The capacity control algorithm runs every 30 seconds. The
algorithm attempts to maintain the Control Point at the desired
set point. Each time it runs, the control reads the entering and
leaving fluid temperatures. The control determines the rate at
which conditions are changing and calculates 2 variables based
on these conditions. Next, a capacity ratio is calculated using
the 2 variables to determine whether or not to make any
changes to the current stages of capacity. This ratio value
ranges from –100 to +100%. If the next stage of capacity is a
compressor, the control starts (stops) a compressor when the
ratio reaches +100% (–100%). If installed, the minimum load
valve solenoid will be energized with the first stage of capacity.
Minimum load valve value is a fixed 30% in the total capacity
calculation. The control will also use the minimum load valve
solenoid as the last stage of capacity before turning off the last
compressor. If the close control feature (CLS.C) [Configuration, OPT2] is enabled the control will use the minimum load
valve solenoid whenever possible to fine tune leaving fluid
temperature control. A delay of 90 seconds occurs after each
capacity step change. Refer to Tables 6 and 7.
T-55 SPACE
SENSOR
6
TO CCN
COMM 1
BUS (PLUG)
AT UNIT
CCN+
5
CCN GND
4
3
CCN-
2
1
Fig. 10 — CCN Communications Bus Wiring
to Optional Space Sensor RJ11 Connector
Energy Management Module (Fig. 11) — This
factory-installed option (FIOP) or field-installed accessory is
used for the following types of temperature reset, demand
limit, and/or ice features:
• 4 to 20 mA leaving fluid temperature reset (requires
field-supplied 4 to 20 mA generator)
• 4 to 20 mA cooling set point reset (requires fieldsupplied 4 to 20 mA generator)
• Discrete inputs for 2-step demand limit (requires fieldsupplied dry contacts capable of handling a 24 vac,
50 mA load)
• 4 to 20 mA demand limit (requires field-supplied 4 to
20 mA generator)
• Discrete input for Ice Done switch (requires fieldsupplied dry contacts capable of handling a 24 vac,
50 mA load)
See Demand Limit and Temperature Reset sections on
pages 44 and 43 for further details.
Care should be taken when interfacing with other manufacturer’s control systems due to possible power supply
differences, full wave bridge versus half wave rectification.
The two different power supplies cannot be mixed.
ComfortLink™ controls use half wave rectification. A
signal isolation device should be utilized if a full wave
bridge signal generating device is used.
Loss-of-Cooler Flow Protection — A proof-of-cooler
flow device is factory installed in all chillers. It is recommended
that proper operation of the switch be verified on a regular basis.
Thermostatic Expansion Valves (TXV) — All units
are equipped from the factory with conventional TXVs. Each
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J4
J2
LEN
J3
TEST 1
PWR
J1
STATUS
CEPL130351-01
CEBD430351-0396-01C
J5
J7
J6
RED LED - STATUS
TEST 2
GREEN LED LEN (LOCAL EQUIPMENT NETWORK)
ADDRESS
DIP SWITCH
Fig. 11 — Energy Management Module
Table 6 — Part Load Data Percent Displacement, Standard Units without Minimum Load Valve
30RA UNIT SIZE
010,015 (60 Hz)
015 (50 Hz), 018
022 (60 Hz)
022 (50 Hz), 025, 030
032, 035 (60 Hz)
035 (50 Hz)
040
042, 045 (50 Hz), 050,
055
CONTROL
STEPS
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
1
2
045 (60 Hz)
LOADING SEQ A
% Displacement
Compressor
100
A1
50
A1
100
A1,A2
42
A1
100
A1, A2
50
A1
100
A1,A2
25
A1
60
A1,A2
100
A1,A2,B1
33
A1
67
A1, A2
100
A1, A2, B1
32
A1
63
A1, A2
100
A1, A2, B1
25
A1
50
A1,B1
75
A1,A2,B1
100
A1,A2,B1,B2
22
44
A1
A1,B1
LOADING SEQ B
% Displacement
Compressor
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
40
B1
65
A1,B1
100
A1,A2,B1
33
B1
67
A1, B1
100
A1, A2, B1
37
B1
68
A1, B1
100
A1, A2, B1
25
B1
50
A1,B1
75
A1,B1,B2
100
A1,A2,B1,B2
22
44
B1
A1,B1
3
72
A1,A2,B1
72
A1,B1,B2
4
100
A1,A2,B1,B2
100
A1,A2,B1,B2
NOTE: These capacity steps may vary due to different capacity staging sequences.
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Table 7 — Part Load Data Percent Displacement, Standard Units with Minimum Load Valve
30RA UNIT SIZE
010 (50/60 Hz)
015 (60 Hz)
015 (50 Hz)
018 (50/60 Hz)
022 (50/60 Hz)
025 (50/60 Hz)
030
032
035 (50/60 Hz)
040
042
045 (60 Hz)
045 (50 Hz), 050
055
CONTROL
STEPS
1
2
1
2
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
LOADING SEQ A
% Displacement
69/ 71
100/100
79
100
28
50
100
32/ 31
50/ 50
100/100
27/ 35
42/ 50
100/100
38/ 37
50/ 50
100/100
39
50
100
15
25
60
100
16/25
25/33
60/67
100
24
32
63
100
18
25
50
75
100
15
22
44
72
100
19
25
50
77
100
20
25
50
75
100
*Minimum Load Valve energized.
NOTE: These capacity steps may vary due to different capacity
staging sequences.
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Compressor
A1*
A1
A1*
A1
A1*
A1
A1,A2
A1*
A1
A1,A2
A1*
A1
A1,A2
A1*
A1
A1,A2
A1*
A1
A1,A2
A1*
A1
A1,A2
A1,A2,B1
A1*
A1
A1,A2
A1,A2,B1
A1*
A1
A1,A2
A1,A2,B1
A1*
A1
A1,B1
A1,A2,B1
A1,A2,B1,B2
A1*
A1
A1,B1
A1,A2,B1
A1,A2,B1,B2
A1*
A1
A1,B1
A1,A2,B1
A1,A2,B1,B2
A1*
A1
A1,B1
A1,A2,B1
A1,A2,B1,B2
LOADING SEQ B
% Displacement
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
30
40
65
100
32/25
40/33
65/67
100
29
37
68
100
18
25
50
75
100
15
22
44
72
100
19
25
50
77
100
20
25
50
75
100
Compressor
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
B1*
B1
A1,B1
A1,A2,B1
B1*
B1
A1,B1
A1,A2,B1
B1*
B1
A1,B1
A1,A2,B1
B1*
B1
A1,B1
A1,B1,B2
A1,A2,B1,B2
B1*
B1
A1,B1
A1,B1,B2
A1,A2,B1,B2
B1*
B1
A1,B1
A1,B1,B2
A1,A2,B1,B2
B1*
B1
A1,B1
A1,B1,B2
A1,A2,B1,B2
Slow Change Override — The control prevents the capacity
stages from being changed when the leaving fluid temperature
is close to the set point (within an adjustable deadband) and
moving towards the set point.
Ramp Loading (CRMP) [Configuration, SLCT] — Limits the
rate of change of leaving fluid temperature. If the unit is in a
Cooling mode and configured for Ramp Loading, the control
makes 2 comparisons before deciding to change stages of capacity. The control calculates a temperature difference between
the control point and leaving fluid temperature. If the difference is greater than 4 °F (2.2 °C) and the rate of change (°F or
°C per minute) is more than the configured Cooling Ramp
Loading value (CRMP), the control does not allow any changes to the current stage of capacity.
Low Entering Fluid Temperature Unloading — When the
entering fluid temperature is below the control point, the
control will attempt to remove 25% of the current stages being
used. If exactly 25% cannot be removed, the control removes
an amount greater than 25% but no more than necessary. The
lowest stage will not be removed.
Minimum Load Control — If equipped, the minimum load
control valve is energized only when one compressor in the
circuit is running. If the close control feature is enabled the
minimum load control valve may be used as needed to obtain
leaving fluid temperature close to set point.
Cooler Freeze Protection — The control will try to prevent
shutting the chiller down on a Cooler Freeze Protection alarm
by removing stages of capacity. If the cooler fluid selected
is Water, the freeze point is 34 F (1.1 C). If the cooler fluid
selected is Brine, the freeze point is the Brine freeze Point
(BR.FZ) [Set Points, FRZ]. This alarm condition (A207) only
references leaving fluid temperature and NOT Brine Freeze
point. If the cooler leaving fluid temperature is less than the
freeze point plus 2.0° F (1.1° C), the control will immediately
remove one stage of capacity. This can be repeated once every
30 seconds.
Low Saturated Suction Protection — The control will try to
prevent shutting a circuit down due to low saturated suction
conditions by removing stages of capacity. These circuit alert
conditions (T116, T117) compare saturated suction temperature to the configured Brine Freeze point (BR.FZ) [Set Points,
FRZ]. The Brine Freeze point is a user-configurable value that
must be left at 34 F (1.1 C) for 100% water systems. A lower
value may be entered for systems with brine solutions, but this
value should be set according to the freeze protection level of
the brine mixture. Failure to properly set this brine freeze point
value may permanently damage the brazed plate heat exchanger. The control will initiate Mode 7 (Circuit A) or Mode 8 (Circuit B) to indicate a circuit’s capacity is limited and that eventually the circuit may shut down.
MINUTES LEFT FOR START — This value is displayed
only in the network display tables (using Service Tool,
ComfortVIEW™ or ComfortWORKS® software) and
represents the amount of time to elapse before the unit will start
its initialization routine. This value can be zero without the
machine running in many situations. This can include being
unoccupied, ENABLE/OFF/REMOTE CONTACT switch in
the OFF position, CCN not allowing unit to start, Demand
Limit in effect, no call for cooling due to no load, and alarm or
alert conditions present. If the machine should be running and
none of the above are true, a minimum off time (DELY, see
below) may be in effect. The machine should start normally
once the time limit has expired.
MINUTES OFF TIME (DELY) [Configuration OPT2] —
This user-configurable time period is used by the control to
determine how long unit operation is delayed after power is
applied/restored to the unit. Typically, this time period is configured when multiple machines are located on a single site.
For example, this gives the user the ability to prevent all the
units from restarting at once after a power failure. A value of
zero for this variable does not mean that the unit should be
running.
LEAD/LAG DETERMINATION — This is a configurable
choice and is factory set to be automatic for all units. The value
can be changed to Circuit A or Circuit B leading as desired. Set
at automatic, the control will sum the current number of logged
circuit starts and one-quarter of the current operating hours for
each circuit. The circuit with the lowest sum is started first.
Changes to which circuit is the lead circuit and which is the lag
are also made when total machine capacity is at 100% or when
there is a change in the direction of capacity (increase or
decrease) and each circuit’s capacity is equal.
CAPACITY CONTROL OVERRIDES — The following overrides will modify the normal operation of the routine.
Deadband Multiplier — The user configurable Deadband
Multiplier (Z.GN) [Configuration, SLCT] has a default value
of 1.0. The range is from 1.0 to 4.0. When set to other than 1.0,
this factor is applied to the capacity Load/Unload Factor. The
larger this value is set, the longer the control will delay between
adding or removing stages of capacity. Figure 12 shows how
compressor starts can be reduced over time if the leaving water
temperature is allowed to drift a larger amount above and below the set point. This value should be set in the range of 3.0 to
4.0 for systems with small loop volumes.
First Stage Override — If the current capacity stage is zero,
the control will modify the routine with a 1.2 factor on adding
the first stage to reduce cycling. This factor is also applied
when the control is attempting to remove the last stage of
capacity.
2 STARTS
DEADBAND EXAMPLE
47
7
6
46
45
LWT (F)
LWT (C)
8
44
43
42
5
41
0
200
400
600
TIME (SECONDS)
LEGEND
LWT — Leaving Water Temperature
800
1000
3 STARTS
STANDARD
DEADBAND
MODIFIED
DEADBAND
Fig. 12 — Deadband Multiplier
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Head Pressure Control — The Main Base Board
(MBB) controls the condenser fans to maintain the lowest
condensing temperature possible, and thus the highest unit
efficiency. The MBB uses the saturated condensing temperature input from the discharge pressure transducer to control the
fans. Head pressure control is maintained through a calculated
set point which is automatically adjusted based on actual
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saturated condensing and saturated suction temperatures so
that the compressor(s) is (are) always operating within the
manufacturer's specified envelope (see Fig. 13). The control
will automatically reduce the unit capacity as the saturated
condensing temperature approaches an upper limit. The
control will indicate through an alert that a high ambient
unloading mode is in effect. If the saturated condensing
temperature in a circuit exceeds the calculated maximum, the
circuit will be stopped. For these reasons, there are no head
pressure control methods or set points to enter. If the saturated
condensing temperature in a circuit is greater than or equal to
95 F (35 C) at start-up, all available condenser fans will be
started to prevent excessive discharge pressure during
pull-down. The control will turn off a fan stage when the
condensing temperature has been below the calculated head
pressure set point by 35 F (19.4 C) for more than 2 minutes.
Fan sequences are shown in Fig. 14.
MOTORMASTER® V OPTION — For low-ambient operation, the lead fan on a circuit can be equipped with the
Motormaster V head pressure controller option or accessory.
The control will automatically raise the head pressure set point
by 5 F (2.8 C) when Motormaster control is configured. The
controller is energized with the first fan stage and adjusts fan
speed to maintain a liquid pressure of 135 psig (931 kPa). For
sizes 010-018 and Circuit B of sizes 032-040, the two-speed
fan is wired for high speed operation and the Motormaster V
controller adjusts fan speed. For size 022-030, 042-055 and
circuit A of the 032-040 sizes, the lead fan (A1 or B1) in the
circuit is controlled. Refer to Fig. 14 for condenser fan staging
information. Refer to Fig. 15 for typical pressure transducer
location.
154
149
140
SCT (F)
120
105
100
80
78
60
47.5
40
-10 -5
0
5
10
15
20 25 30
R-22 SST (F)
35
40
45
50
55
LEGEND
SCT
SST
— Saturated Condensing Temperature
— Saturated Suction Temperature
Fig. 13 — Operating Envelope for
R-22 Maneurop Compressor
FAN ARRANGEMENT
30RAN010-018
CONTROL
BOX
END
1
30RAN022-030
CONTROL
BOX
END
1
2
30RAN032-040
CONTROL
BOX
END
1
2
3
30RAN042-055
CONTROL
BOX
END
1
2
3
4
FAN NO.
FAN RELAY
1
FC-LS
1
FC-HS
Energize Fan at
High Speed
1
FC-A1
First Stage
Condenser Fan
2
FC-A2
Second Stage
Condenser Fan
1
FC-A1
2
FC-A2
3
FC-LS
3
FC-HS
1
FC-A1
2
FC-A2
3
FC-B1
4
FC-B2
Fig. 14 — 30RA Condenser Fan Sequence
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NORMAL CONTROL
Energize Fan at
Low Speed
On with Compressor A1
and/or Compressor A2
First Stage Condenser
Fan, Circuit A
Low Speed, Fan on
w/Compressor B1
Energize Fan at High Speed,
Circuit B
On with Compressor A1
and/or Compressor A2
First Stage Condenser Fan,
Circuit A
On with Compressor B1
and/or Compressor B2
First Stage Condenser Fan,
Circuit B
DETAIL A
PRESSURE TRANSDUCER
INSTALLED HERE
SEE DETAIL A
Fig. 15 — Typical Motormaster® V Controller and Pressure Transducer Location (Sizes 022-030 Shown)
Operation of Machine Based on Control
Method and Cooling Set Point Selection Settings — Machine On/Off control is determined by the
Table 8 illustrates how the control method and cooling set
point select variables direct the operation of the chiller and the
set point to which it controls. The illustration also shows the
ON/OFF state of the machine for the given combinations.
configuration of the control method (CTRL) [Configuration,
OPT2] and cooling set point select (CLSP) [Configuration,
SLCT] variables. All models are factory configured with cooling set point select set to 1 (single set point, CSP1). With the
control method set to 0, simply switching the Enable/Off/Remote Contact switch to the Enable or Remote Contact position
(external contacts closed) will put the chiller in an occupied
state. The control mode [Operating Modes, MODE] will be 1
(OFF LOCAL) when the switch is Off and will be 5 (ON LOCAL) when in the Enable position or Remote Contact position
with external contacts closed.
Two other control methods are available for Machine On/
Off control:
OCCUPANCY SCHEDULE (CTRL=2) — The Main Base
Board will use the operating schedules as defined under the
Time Clock mode in the Marquee display. These schedules are
identical. The schedule number must be set to 1 for local
schedule.
The schedule number can be set anywhere from 65 to 99
for operation under a CCN global schedule. The Enable/Off/
Remote Contact must be in the Enable or Remote Contact position. The control mode [Operating Modes, MODE] will be 1
when the switch is Off. The control mode will be 3 when the
Enable/Off/Remote Contact switch input is On and the time of
day is during an unoccupied period. Similarly, the control
mode will be 7 when the time of day is during an occupied
period.
CCN SCHEDULE (CTRL=3) — An external CCN device
such as Flotronic™ System Manager controls the On/Off state
of the machine. This CCN device forces the variable
‘CHIL_S_S’ between Start/Stop to control the chiller. The
control mode [Operating Modes, MODE] will be 1 when the
switch is Off. The control mode will be 2 when the Enable/Off/
Remote Contact switch input is On and the CHIL_S_S variable
is ‘Stop.’ Similarly, the control mode will be 6 when the
CHIL_S_S variable is ‘Start.’
Cooling Set Point Select
SINGLE — Unit operation is based on Cooling Set Point 1
(CSP1) [Set Point, COOL].
DUAL SWITCH — Unit operation is based on Cooling Set
Point 1 (CSP1) [Set Point, COOL] when the Dual Set Point
switch contacts are open and Cooling Set Point 2 (CSP2)
[Set Point, COOL] when they are closed.
DUAL CCN OCCUPIED — Unit operation is based on
Cooling Set Point 1 (CSP1) [Set Point, COOL] during the
Occupied mode and Cooling Set Point 2 (CSP2) [Set Point,
COOL] during the Unoccupied mode as configured under the
local occupancy schedule accessible only from CCN. Schedule
Number in Table SCHEDOVR (See Appendix A) must be
configured to 1. If the Schedule Number is set to 0, the unit will
operate in a continuous 24-hr Occupied mode. Control method
must be configured to 0 (switch). See Table 8.
4 TO 20 mA INPUT — Unit operation is based on an external
4 to 20 mA signal input to the Energy Management Module
(EMM).
LOW SOUND MODE OPERATION — All models are factory configured with the Low Sound Mode disabled. In the
Configuration mode under sub-mode OPT2, items for low
sound mode select (LS.MD), low sound start time (LS.ST),
low sound end time (LS.ND) and low sound capacity limit
(LS.LT) are factory configured so that the chiller always runs
as quietly as possible. This results in operation at increased
saturated condensing temperature. As a result, some models
may not be able to achieve rated efficiency. For chiller operation at rated efficiency, disable the low sound mode or adjust
the low sound mode start and stop times accordingly or set both
times to 00:00 for rated efficiency operation 24 hours per day.
In addition, the low sound capacity limit can be used to reduce
overall chiller capacity, if required, by limiting the maximum to
a user-configured percentage.
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Table 8 — Control Methods and Cooling Set Points
CONTROL
TYPE
(CTRL)
OCCUPANCY
STATE
Occupied
Unoccupied
Occupied
Unoccupied
Occupied
Unoccupied
0 (switch)
2 (Occupancy)
3 (CCN)
0
(single)
ON,CSP1
ON,CSP1
ON,CSP1
OFF
ON,CSP1
ON,CSP1
COOLING SET POINT SELECT (CLSP)
1
2
(dual, switch)
(dual, occ)
ON*
ON,CSP1
ON*
ON,CSP2
ON*
Illegal
OFF
Illegal
ON*
ON,CSP1
ON*
ON,CSP2
3
(4 to 20 mA)
ON†
ON
ON†
OFF
ON†
ON†
*Dual set point switch input used. CSP1 used when switch input is open. CSP2 used when switch input is closed.
†Cooling set point determined from 4 to 20 mA input to Energy Management Module (EMM) to terminals TB6-3,5.
NOTE: When the LANG variable is changed to 1, 2, or 3, all
appropriate display expansions will immediately change to the
new language. No power-off or control reset is required when
reconfiguring languages.
When a specific item is located, the display will flash showing the operator, the item, followed by the item value and then
followed by the item units (if any). Press the ENTER key to
stop the display at the item value. Items in the Configuration
and Service Test modes are password protected. The display
will flash PASS and WORD when required. Use the ENTER
and arrow keys to enter the 4 digits of the password. The
default password is 1111.
HEATING OPERATION — The chiller can be used for
pump outputs or optional factory-installed hydronic system
operation can be utilized for heating applications. The heating
mode is activated when the control sees a field-supplied closed
switch input to terminal block TB5-7,8. The control locks out
cooling when the heat relay input is seen. A field-supplied
boiler relay connection is made using heat relay and alarm
relay contacts. Factory-installed ‘BOILER’ connections exist
in the control panel near TB5 for these applications. Alarms
and alerts A189 through A202 are active during heating
operation.
Marquee Display Usage (See Fig. 16 and
Tables 8-27) — The Marquee display module provides the
user interface to the ComfortLink™ control system. The
display has up and down arrow keys, an ESCAPE key, and an
ENTER key. These keys are used to navigate through the
different levels of the display structure. See Table 9. Press the
ESCAPE key until the display is blank to move through the
top 11 mode levels indicated by LEDs on the left side of the
display.
Changing item values or testing outputs is accomplished in
the same manner. Locate and display the desired item. Press
ENTER to stop the display at the item value. Press the
ENTER key again so that the item value flashes. Use the
arrow keys to change the value or state of an item and press the
ENTER key to accept it. Press the ESCAPE key and the
item, value, or units display will resume. Repeat the process as
required for other items.
Pressing the ESCAPE and ENTER keys simultaneously
will scroll a clear language text description across the display
indicating the full meaning of each display acronym. Pressing
the ESCAPE and ENTER keys when the display is blank
(Mode LED level) will return the Marquee display to its default
menu of rotating display items. In addition, the password will
be disabled requiring that it be entered again before changes
can be made to password protected items.
See Tables 8-27 for further details.
Service Test (See Table 11) — Both main power
and control circuit power must be on.
The Service Test function should be used to verify proper
operation of condenser fan(s), compressors, minimum load
valve solenoid (if installed), cooler pump(s) and remote alarm
relay. To use the Service Test mode, the Enable/Off/Remote
Contact switch must be in the OFF position. Use the display
keys and Table 11 to enter the mode and display TEST. Press
ENTER twice so that OFF flashes. Enter the password if
required. Use either arrow key to change the TEST value to the
ON position and press ENTER . Press ESCAPE and the
button to enter the OUTS or COMP sub-mode.
Clear language descriptions in English, Spanish, French, or
Portuguese can be displayed when properly configuring the
LANG Item in the Configuration Mode, under the Display
(DISP) submode. See Table 17. Throughout this text, the location of items in the menu structure will be described in the following format:
Item Expansion (ITEM) [Mode Name, Sub-mode Name]
For example, using the language selection item:
Language Selection (LANG) [Configuration, DISP]
Test the condenser fans, cooler pump(s) and alarm relay by
changing the item values from OFF to ON. These discrete
outputs are then turned off if there is no keypad activity for
10 minutes. Test the compressor and minimum load valve
solenoid (if installed) outputs in a similar manner. The
minimum load valve solenoids will be turned off if there is no
keypad activity for 10 minutes. Compressors will stay on until
they are turned off by the operator. The Service Test mode will
remain enabled for as long as there is one or more compressors
running. All safeties are monitored during this test and will turn
a compressor, circuit or the machine off if required. Any other
mode or sub-mode can be accessed, viewed, or changed during
the TEST mode. The STAT item [Run/Status, VIEW] will display “0” as long as the Service mode is enabled. The TEST
sub-mode value must be changed back to OFF before the chiller can be switched to Enable or Remote contact for normal
operation.
MODE
Run Status
Service Test
Temperature
Pressures
Setpoints
Inputs
Alarm Status
Outputs
Configuration
Time Clock
ESCAPE
ENTER
Operating Modes
Alarms
Fig. 16 — Scrolling Marquee Display
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Optional Factory-Installed Hydronic Package —
• Cooler Pump 1 Enable (PM1E) [Configuration, UNIT]
NO.
• Cooler Pump 2 Enable (PM2E) [Configuration, UNIT]
NO.
The maximum load allowed for the Chilled Water Pump
Starter is 5 VA sealed, 10 VA inrush at 24 volts. The starter coil
is powered from the chiller control system. The starter should
be wired between TB5-11 and TB5-13. If equipped, the fieldinstalled chilled water pump starter auxiliary contacts should
be connected in series with the chilled water flow switch.
The Cooler Pump Relay will be energized when the
machine is “On.” The chilled water pump interlock circuit
consists of a chilled water flow switch and a field-installed
chilled water pump interlock. If the chilled water pump interlock circuit does not close within five (5) minutes of starting,
an A200 — Cooler Flow/Interlock failed to close at Start-Up
alarm will be generated and chiller will not be allowed to start.
If the chilled water pump interlock or chilled water flow
switch opens for at least three (3) seconds after initially being
closed, an A201 — Cooler Flow/Interlock Contacts Opened
During Normal Operation Alarm will be generated and the machine will stop.
NO INTEGRAL PUMP — DUAL EXTERNAL PUMP
CONTROL — With two external pumps, the following
options must be configured:
• Cooler Pump Control (CPC) [Configuration, OPT1] ON.
• Cooler Pump 1 Enable (PM1E) [Configuration, UNIT]
YES.
• Cooler Pump 2 Enable (PM2E) [Configuration, UNIT]
YES.
The maximum load allowed for the Chilled Water Pump
Starters is 5 VA sealed, 10 VA inrush at 24 volts. The starter
coil is powered from the chiller control system. The starter for
Chilled Water Pump 1 should be wired between TB5-11 and
TB5-13. The starter for Chilled Water Pump 2 should be wired
between TB5-15 and TB5-13. A field-installed chilled water
pump interlock for each pump must be connected to each
pump’s interlock points on the Main Base Board. The Chilled
Water Pump 1 Interlock, CWP1, must be connected to MBBJ7-1 and –2. The Chilled Water Pump 2 Interlock, CWP2, must
be connected to MBB-J7-3 and –4. The chilled water pump
interlock contacts should be rated for dry circuit application
capable of handling 5 vdc at 2 mA.
SINGLE INTEGRAL PUMP CONTROL — With a single
pump, the following options must be configured:
• Cooler Pump Control (CPC) [Configuration, OPT1] ON.
• Cooler Pump 1 Enable (PM1E) [Configuration, UNIT]
YES.
• Cooler Pump 2 Enable (PM2E) [Configuration, UNIT]
NO.
With a single integral pump, the Cooler Pump Starter will
be energized when the machine is occupied. As part of the
factory-installed package, an auxiliary set of contacts is wired
to the MBB to serve as Chilled Water Pump Interlock. When
the mechanical cooling is called for, the pump interlock and
flow switch is checked. If the circuits are closed, the machine
starts its capacity routine. If the auxiliary contact interlock does
not close within 25 seconds of the ON command, a T190 —
Cooler Pump 1 Aux Contacts Failed to Close at Start-Up Alert
will be generated and the pump shut down. The unit will not
be allowed to start. If the chilled water flow switch does not
close within one (1) minute, two alarms will be generated. A
T192 — Cooler Pump 1 Failed to Provide Flow at Start-Up
Alert and an A200 – Cooler Flow/Interlock failed to close at
Start-Up will be generated and chiller will not be allowed to
start.
If the chilled water flow switch opens for at least 3 seconds
after initially being closed, a T196 — Flow Lost While Pump 1
Running Alert and an A201 — Cooler Flow/Interlock Contacts
If the chiller has factory-installed chilled fluid pumps, specific
steps should be followed for proper operation.
The pump(s) in the hydronic package come factory
pre-wired into the main unit power supply/starter. In order to
check proper pump rotation, use the Service Test function to
test the condenser fans and observe them for proper rotation
(counter clockwise when viewed from the top). If fans turn
correctly, the pumps will rotate correctly. Clockwise rotation of
the pump motor cooling fans can also be used to determine that
pumps are rotating correctly.
Operation of pump in wrong direction, even for a few
seconds, can cause irreversible damage to pump impeller
and housing. Always verify correct wiring/pump rotation
before operation.
Use Service Test function to test operation of pumps. Verify
that the flow switch input is made when the pump is running.
For dual pump hydronic systems, the control only uses one
pump at a time. Consult the Installation Instructions supplied
with this chiller and use the circuit setter balancing valve
installed in hydronic package to adjust fluid flow rate.
Cooler Pump Control — The 30RA AquaSnap® machines equipped with a factory installed pump package are
configured with the Cooler Pump Control (CPC) [Configuration, OPT1] ON.
Machines not equipped with a pump package are configured with the cooler pump control OFF. It is recommended that
the machine control the chilled water pump. If not, a 5-minute
time delay is required after the command to shut the machine
down is sent before the chilled water pump is turned off. This is
required to maintain water flow during the shutdown period of
the machine.
With or without this option enabled, the cooler pump relay
will be energized when the machine enters an ON status (i.e.,
On Local, On CCN, On Time). An A207 - Cooler Freeze
Protection Alarm, will energize the cooler pump relay also, as
an override. The cooler pump relay will remain energized if the
machine is in MODE 10 – Minimum Off Time.
Cooler Pump Sequence of Operation — At anytime the unit is in an ON status, as defined by the one of the
following conditions, the cooler pump relay will be enabled.
1. The Enable-Off-Remote Switch in ENABLE,
(CTRL=0).
2. Enable-Off-Remote Switch in REMOTE with a
Start-Stop remote contact closure, (CTRL=0).
3. An Occupied Time Period from an Occupancy Schedule
in combination with items 1 or 2, (CTRL=2).
4. A CCN Start-Stop Command to Start in combination
with items 1 or 2, (CTRL=3).
As stated before, there are certain alarm conditions and
Operating Modes that will turn the cooler pump relay ON. This
sequence will describe the normal operation of the pump
control algorithm.
When the unit cycles from an “On” state to an “Off” state,
the cooler pump output will remain energized for the Cooler
Pump Shutdown Delay (PM.DY) [Configuration, OPT1]. This
is configurable from 0 to 10 minutes. The factory default is 1
minute. If the pump output was deenergized during the transition period, the pump output will not be energized.
NO INTEGRAL PUMP — SINGLE EXTERNAL PUMP
CONTROL — With a single external pump, the following
options must be configured:
• Cooler Pump Control (CPC) [Configuration, OPT1]
OFF.
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will not be allowed to start. In either fault case listed above,
Pump 2 will be commanded to start once Pump 1 has failed.
If Pump 2 starts and the auxiliary contact interlock does
not close within 25 seconds of the ON command, a T191 —
Cooler Pump 2 Aux Contacts Failed to Close at Start-Up Alert
will be generated and the pump shut down. The unit will not be
allowed to start. If the chilled water flow switch does not close
within one (1) minute, two alarms will be generated. A T193
— Cooler Pump 2 Failed to Provide Flow at Start-Up Alert and
an A200 – Cooler Flow/Interlock failed to close at Start-Up
will be generated and chiller will not be allowed to start. In
either fault case listed above, Pump 1 will be commanded to
start once Pump 2 has failed.
If the chilled water flow switch opens for at least 3 seconds
after initially being closed, a T196 — Flow Lost While Pump 1
Running Alert or T197 — Flow Lost While Pump 2 Running
Alert for the appropriate pump and an A201 — Cooler Flow/
Interlock Contacts Opened During Normal Operation Alarm
will be generated and the machine will stop. If available, the
other pump will be started. If flow is proven, the machine will
be allowed to restart.
If the chilled water pump interlock opens for 25 seconds
after initially being closed is detected by the control, the appropriate T194 – Cooler Pump 1 Contacts Opened During Normal
Operation Alert or T195 – Cooler Pump 2 Contacts Opened
During Normal Operation Alert is generated and the unit is
shut down. If available, the other pump will be started. If flow
is proven, the machine will be allowed to restart.
If the control detects that the chilled water flow switch
circuit is closed for at least 5 minutes with the pump output
OFF, an A202 – Cooler Pump Interlock Closed When Pump is
Off Alarm will be generated and the unit will not be allowed to
start.
If the control detects that the chilled water pump auxiliary
contacts are closed for at least 25 seconds while the pump is
OFF, the appropriate T198 – Cooler Pump 1 Aux Contacts
Closed While Pump Off or Alert T199 – Cooler Pump 2 Aux
Contacts Closed While Pump Off Alert is generated. The
chiller will not be allowed to start.
If the control starts a pump and the wrong interlock circuit
closes for at least 20 seconds, an A189 – Cooler Pump and Aux
Contact Input Miswire Alarm will be generated. The unit will
be prevented from starting.
The control will allow for pump changeover. Two methods
will change the pump sequence. Before the changeover can
occur, the unit must be at Capacity Stage 0. During changeover
the chilled water flow switch input is ignored for 10 seconds to
avoid a nuisance alarm.
With Cooler Pump Select (PM.SL) [Configuration, UNIT]
set to 0 (Automatic) and when the differential time limit Pump
Changeover Hours (PM.DT) [Configuration, UNIT] is reached,
the lead pump will be turned OFF. Approximately one (1) second later, the lag pump will start. Manual changeover can be accomplished by changing Rotate Cooler Pump Now (ROT.P)
[Configuration, UNIT] to YES only if the machine is at Capacity Stage 0 and the differential time limit Pump Changeover
Hours (PM.DT) [Configuration, UNIT] is reached. If the
PM.DT is not satisfied, the changeover will not occur. With the
machine at Capacity Stage 0, the pumps would rotate automatically as part of the normal routine.
With Cooler Pump Select (PM.SL) [Configuration, UNIT]
set to 1 (Pump 1 Starts First) or 2 (Pump 2 Starts First), a manual
changeover can be accomplished by changing PM.SL only. The
machine Remote-Off-Enable Switch must be in the OFF position to change this variable. The Rotate Cooler Pump Now
(ROT.P) [Configuration, UNIT] feature does not work for these
configuration options.
Opened During Normal Operation Alarm will be generated
and the machine will stop.
If the control detects the chilled water pump interlock open
for 25 seconds after initially being closed, a T194 — Cooler
Pump 1 Contacts Opened During Normal Operation Alert is
generated and the unit is shut down.
If the control detects the chilled water flow switch circuit
closed for at least 5 minutes with the pump output OFF, an
A202 — Cooler Pump Interlock Closed When Pump is Off
Alarm will be generated and the unit will not be allowed to
start.
If the control detects that the chilled water pump auxiliary
contacts are closed for at least 25 seconds while the pump is
OFF, a T198 — Cooler Pump 1 Aux Contacts Closed While
Pump Off Alert is generated. The chiller will not be allowed to
start.
If the control starts a pump and the wrong interlock circuit
closes for at least 20 seconds, an A189 — Cooler Pump and
Aux Contact Input Miswire Alarm will be generated. The unit
will be prevented from starting.
As part of a pump maintenance routine, the pump can be
started to maintain lubrication of the pump seal. To utilize this
function, Cooler Pmp Periodic Start (PM.P.S) [Configuration,
UNIT] must be set to YES. This option is set to NO as the factory default. With this feature enabled, if the pump is not operating, it will be started and operated for 2 seconds starting at
14:00 hours. If the pump is operating, this routine is skipped. If
the pump has failed and an Alarm/Alert condition is active, the
pump will not start that day.
DUAL INTEGRAL PUMP CONTROL — With a dual integral pump package, the following options must be configured:
• Cooler Pump Control (CPC) [Configuration, OPT1] ON.
• Cooler Pump 1 Enable (PM1E) [Configuration, UNIT]
YES
• Cooler Pump 2 Enable (PM2E) [Configuration, UNIT]
YES
Pump Start Selection is a field-configurable choice. Cooler
Pump Select (PM.SL) [Configuration, UNIT] is factory defaulted to 0 (Automatic). This value can be changed to 1 (Pump
1 Starts First) or 2 (Pump 2 Starts First). If PM.SL is 0 (Automatic), the pump selection is based on two criteria: the alert
status of a pump and the operational hours on the pump. If a
pump has an active Alert condition, it will not be considered
for the lead pump. The pump with the lowest operational hours
will be the lead pump. A pump is selected by the control to start
and continues to be the lead pump until the Pump Changeover
Hours (PM.DT) [Configuration, UNIT] is reached. The Lead
Pump (LD.PM) [Run Status, VIEW] indicates the pump that
has been selected as the lead pump: 1 (Pump 1), 2 (Pump 2), 3
(No Pump). The Pump Changeover Hours is factory defaulted
to 500 hours. Regardless of the Cooler Pump Selection, any
pump that has an active alert will not be allowed to start.
With the dual integral pump package, the Cooler Pump
Starter will be energized when the machine is in an occupied
period. As part of the factory-installed package, an auxiliary set
of contacts is wired to the MBB to serve as Chilled Water Pump
Interlock, one set for each pump to individual channels on the
MBB. With a call for mechanical cooling, the specific pump
interlock and flow switch are checked. If the circuits are closed,
the machine starts its capacity routine. If Pump 1 starts and the
auxiliary contact interlock does not close within 25 seconds of
the ON command, a T190 – Cooler Pump 1 Aux Contacts
Failed to Close at Start-Up Alert will be generated and the
pump shut down. The unit will not be allowed to start. If the
chilled water flow switch does not close within 1 minute, two
alarms will be generated. A T192 – Cooler Pump 1 Failed to
Provide Flow at Start-Up Alert and an A200 – Cooler Flow/
Interlock failed to close at Start-Up will be generated and chiller
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Dual chiller start/stop control is determined by configuration of Control Method (CTRL) [Configuration, OPT2] of the
Master chiller. The Slave chiller should always be configured
for CTRL=0, Switch. If the chillers are to be controlled by
Remote Contacts, both Master and Slave chillers should be
enabled together. Two separate relays or one relay with
two sets of contacts may control the chillers. The Enable/Off/
Remote Contact switch should be in the Remote Contact
position on both the Master and Slave chillers. The Enable/Off/
Remote Contact switch should be in the Enable position for
CTRL=2, Occupancy or CTRL=3, CCN Control.
Both chillers will stop if the Master chiller Enable/Off/
Remote Contact switch is in the Off position. If the Emergency
Stop switch is turned off or an alarm is generated on the Master
chiller the Slave chiller will operate in a Stand-Alone mode.
If the Emergency Stop switch is turned off or an alarm is
generated on the Slave chiller the Master chiller will operate in
a Stand-Alone mode.
The master chiller controls the slave chiller by changing its
Control Mode (STAT) [Run Status, VIEW] and its operating
setpoint or Control Point (CTPT) [Run Status, VIEW].
As part of a pump maintenance routine, the pumps can be
started to maintain lubrication to the pump seal. To utilize this
function, Cooler Pmp Periodic Start (PM.P.S) [Configuration,
UNIT] must be set to YES. This option is set to NO as the factory default. If feature is enabled and the pump(s) are not
operating, then the pumps will be operated every other day for
2 seconds starting at 14:00 hours. If a pump has failed and has
an active Alert condition, it will not be started that day.
Configuring and Operating Dual Chiller Control — The dual chiller routine is available for the control of
two units supplying chilled fluid on a common loop. This
control algorithm is designed for parallel fluid flow arrangement
only. One chiller must be configured as the master chiller, the
other as the slave. An additional leaving fluid temperature
thermistor (Dual Chiller LWT) must be installed as shown in
Fig. 17 and connected to the master chiller. Refer to Sensors section, page 4, for wiring. The CCN communication bus must be
connected between the two chillers. Connections can be made
to the CCN screw terminals on TB3. Refer to Carrier Comfort
Network Interface section, page 3, for wiring information.
Refer to Table 21 for dual chiller configuration. In this
example the master chiller will be configured at address 1 and
the slave chiller at address 2. The master and slave chillers
must reside on the same CCN bus (CCNB) but cannot have the
same CCN address (CCNA) [Configuration, OPT2]. Both
master and slave chillers must have Lead/Lag Chiller Enable
(LLEN) [Configuration, RSET] configured to ENBL. Master/
Slave Select (MSSL) [Configuration, RSET] must be configured to MAST for the master chiller and SLVE for the slave.
Also in this example, the master chiller will be configured to
use Lead/Lag Balance Select (LLBL) and Lead/Lag Balance
Delta (LLBD) [Configuration, RSET] to even out the chiller
run-times weekly. The Lag Start Delay (LLDY) [Configuration, RSET] feature will be set to 10 minutes. This will prevent
the lag chiller from starting until the lead chiller has been at
100% capacity for the length of the delay time. Parallel configuration (PARA) [Configuration, RSET] can only be configured to YES. The variables LLBL, LLBD and LLDY are not
used by the slave chiller.
THERMISTOR
WIRING*
LEAVING
FLUID
MASTER
CHILLER
RETURN
FLUID
SLAVE
CHILLER
INSTALL DUAL CHILLER LWT
LEAVING FLUID TEMPERATURE
THERMISTOR (T10) HERE
*Depending on piping sizes, use either:
• HH79NZ014 sensor/10HB50106801 well (3-in. sensor/well)
• HH79NZ029 sensor/10HB50106802 well (4-in. sensor/well)
Fig. 17 — Dual Chiller Thermistor Location
Table 9 — Marquee Display Menu Structure*
MODE
RUN
STATUS
Machine
Hours/Starts
(RUN)
SERVICE
TEST
Manual
Mode
On/Off
(TEST)
Unit
Outputs
(OUTS)
Compressor
Run Hours
(HOUR)
Ckt A Comp
Tests
(CMPA)
Compressor
Starts
(STRT)
Ckt B Comp
Tests
(CMPB)
Auto
Display
(VIEW)
SUB-MODE
SET
TEMPERATURES PRESSURES POINTS
Unit
Temperatures
(UNIT)
Ckt A
Pressures
(PRC.A)
Ckt A
Temperatures
(CIR.A)
Ckt B
Pressures
(PRC.B)
Ckt B
Temperatures
(CIR.B)
Cooling
(COOL)
Head
Pressure
(HEAD)
Brine
Freezepoint
(FRZ)
INPUTS
OUTPUTS
CONFIGURATION
TIME
CLOCK
OPERATING
MODES
ALARMS
Unit
Discrete
(GEN.I)
Unit
Discrete
(GEN.O)
Display
(DISP)
Unit Time
(TIME)
Modes
(MODE)
Current
(CRNT)
Ckt A/B
(CRCT)
Ckt A
(CIR.A)
Machine
(UNIT)
Unit Date
(DATE)
Reset
Alarms
(RCRN)
Unit
Analog
(4-20)
Ckt B
(CIR.B)
Options 1
(OPT1)
Daylight
Saving
Time
(DST)
Schedule
Number
(SCH.N)
Local
Schedule
(SCH.L)
Schedule
Override
(OVR)
Alarm
History
(HIST)
Options 2
(OPT2)
Temperature
Reset
(RSET)
Set Point
Select
(SLCT)
Service
Configuration
(SERV)
Broadcast
Configuration
(BCST)
Pump Maint.
(PM)
Software
Version
(VERS)
LEGEND
Ckt — Circuit
*Throughout this text, the location of items in the menu structure will be
described in the following format:
Item Expansion (ITEM) [Mode Name, Sub-mode Name]
For example, using the language selection item:
Language Selection (LANG) [Configuration, DISP]
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Table 10 — Run Status Mode and Sub-Mode Directory
SUB-MODE
KEYPAD
ENTRY
ITEM
DISPLAY
VIEW
ENTER
EWT
XXX.X °F
ENTERING FLUID TEMP
LWT
XXX.X °F
LEAVING FLUID TEMP
SETP
XXX.X °F
ACTIVE SETPOINT
CTPT
XXX.X °F
CONTROL POINT
LOD.F
XXX
LOAD/UNLOAD FACTOR
STAT
X
CONTROL MODE
SUB-ITEM
DISPLAY
SUB-ITEM DISPLAY
LD.PM
RUN
HOUR
STRT
PM
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ITEM
EXPANSION
COMMENT
0 = Service Test
1 = Off Local
2 = Off CCN
3 = Off Time
4 = Off Emrgcy
5 = On Local
6 = On CCN
7 = On Time
8 = Ht Enabled
9 = Pump Delay
LEAD PUMP
OCC
YES/NO
OCCUPIED
LS.AC
YES/NO
LOW SOUND ACTIVE
MODE
YES/NO
OVERRIDE MODES IN EFFECT
CAP
XXX %
PERCENT TOTAL CAPACITY
STGE
X
REQUESTED STAGE
ALRM
XXX
CURRENT ALARMS & ALERTS
TIME
XX.XX
TIME OF DAY
00.00-23.59
MNTH
XX
MONTH OF YEAR
1 = January, 2 = February, etc.
DATE
XX
DAY OF MONTH
01-31
YEAR
XX
YEAR OF THE CENTURY
HRS.U XXXX HRS
MACHINE OPERATING HOURS
STR.U
XXXX
MACHINE STARTS
HR.P1
XXXX.X
PUMP 1 RUN HOURS
HR.P2
XXXX.X
PUMP 2 RUN HOURS
HRS.A XXXX HRS
CIRCUIT A RUN HOURS
HRS.B XXXX HRS
CIRCUIT B RUN HOURS
HR.A1 XXXX HRS
COMPRESSOR A1 RUN HOURS
HR.A2 XXXX HRS
COMPRESSOR A2 RUN HOURS
HR.B1 XXXX HRS
COMPRESSOR B1 RUN HOURS
See Note
HR.B2 XXXX HRS
COMPRESSOR B2 RUN HOURS
See Note
See Note
ST.A1
XXXX
COMPRESSOR A1 STARTS
ST.A2
XXXX
COMPRESSOR A2 STARTS
ST.B1
XXXX
COMPRESSOR B1 STARTS
See Note
ST.B2
XXXX
COMPRESSOR B2 STARTS
See Note
PUMP
PUMP MAINTENANCE
SI.PM
XXXX HRS
PUMP SERVICE INTERVAL
P.1.DN
XXXX HRS
PUMP 1 SERVICE COUNTDOWN
P.2.DN
XXXX HRS
PUMP 2 SERVICE COUNTDOWN
P.1.MN
YES/NO
PUMP 1 MAINTENANCE DONE
User Entry
P.2.MN
YES/NO
PUMP 2 MAINTENANCE DONE
User Entry
NOTE: If the unit has a single circuit, the Circuit B items will not appear in the display, except the ability to configure circuit B will be displayed.
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Table 10 — Run Status Mode and Sub-Mode Directory (cont)
SUB-MODE
KEYPAD
ENTRY
ITEM
PM (cont)
DISPLAY
SUB-ITEM
DISPLAY
SUB-ITEM DISPLAY
PMDT
P.1.M0
MM/DD/YY HH:MM
P.1.M1
MM/DD/YY HH:MM
P.1.M2
MM/DD/YY HH:MM
P.1.M3
MM/DD/YY HH:MM
P.1.M4
MM/DD/YY HH:MM
P.2.M0
MM/DD/YY HH:MM
P.2.M1
MM/DD/YY HH:MM
P.2.M2
MM/DD/YY HH:MM
P.2.M3
MM/DD/YY HH:MM
P.2.M4
MM/DD/YY HH:MM
STRN
ENTER
STRAINER MAINTENANCE
SI.ST
XXXX HRS
STRAINER SRVC INTERVAL
S.T.DN
XXXX HRS
STRAINER SRVC COUNTDOWN
S.T.MN
YES/NO
STRAINER MAINT. DONE
ST.DT
S.T.M0
MM/DD/YY HH:MM
S.T.M1
MM/DD/YY HH:MM
S.T.M2
MM/DD/YY HH:MM
S.T.M3
MM/DD/YY HH:MM
S.T.M4
MM/DD/YY HH:MM
COIL
ENTER
COIL MAINTENANCE
SI.CL
XXXX HRS
COIL SRVC INTER
C.L.DN
XXXX HRS
COIL SERVICE COUNTDOWN
C.L.MN
YES/NO
COIL MAINT. DONE
CL.DT
ENTER
VERS
*Press
ENTER
User Entry
COIL MAINTENANCE DATES
C.L.M0
MM/DD/YY HH:MM
C.L.M1
MM/DD/YY HH:MM
C.L.M2
MM/DD/YY HH:MM
C.L.M3
MM/DD/YY HH:MM
C.L.M4
MM/DD/YY HH:MM
MBB
CESR-131279-xx-xx
xx-xx is Version number*
MARQ
CESR-131171-xx-xx
xx-xx is Version number*
EMM
CESR-131174-xx-xx
xx-xx is Version number*
NAVI
CESR-131227-xx-xx
xx-xx is Version number*
ENTER
and
User Entry
STRAINER MAINT. DATES
ENTER
ENTER
COMMENT
PUMP MAINTENANCE DATES
ENTER
ENTER
ITEM
EXPANSION
ESCAPE
simultaneously to obtain version number.
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Table 11 — Service Test Mode and Sub-Mode Directory
SUB-MODE
TEST
KEYPAD
ENTRY
ITEM
ITEM
EXPANSION
SERVICE TEST MODE
DISPLAY
ON/OFF
ENTER
OUTS
COMMENT
To Enable Service Test Mode,
move Enable/Off/Remote
Contact switch to OFF. Change
TEST to ON. Move switch to
ENABLE.
OUTPUTS AND PUMPS
ENTER
FAN1
ON/OFF
FAN 1 RELAY
FAN2
ON/OFF
FAN 2 RELAY
CLP.1
ON/OFF
COOLER PUMP 1 RELAY
CLP.2
ON/OFF
COOLER PUMP 2 RELAY
CL.HT
ON/OFF
COOLER/PUMP HEATER
RMT.A
ON/OFF
REMOTE ALARM RELAY
CC.A1
ON/OFF
COMPRESSOR A1 RELAY
CC.A2
ON/OFF
COMPRESSOR A2 RELAY
MLV
ON/OFF
CMPA
CIRCUIT A COMPRESSOR TEST
ENTER
MINIMUM LOAD VALVE RELAY
CMPB
CIRCUIT B COMPRESSOR TEST
ENTER
CC.B1
ON/OFF
COMPRESSOR B1 RELAY
CC.B2
ON/OFF
COMPRESSOR B2 RELAY
MLV
ON/OFF
MINIMUM LOAD VALVE RELAY
See Note
NOTE: If the unit has a single circuit, the Circuit B items will not appear in the display, except the ability to configure circuit B will be displayed.
Table 12 — Temperature Mode and Sub-Mode Directory
SUB-MODE
KEYPAD
ENTRY
ITEM
DISPLAY
ITEM
EXPANSION
ENT AND LEAVE UNIT TEMPS
ENTER
CEWT
XXX.X °F
COOLER ENTERING FLUID
CLWT
XXX.X °F
COOLER LEAVING FLUID
OAT
XXX.X °F
OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE
SPT
XXX.X °F
SPACE TEMPERATURE
DLWT
XXX.X °F
LEAD/LAG LEAVING FLUID
SCT.A
XXX.X °F
SATURATED CONDENSING TMP
SST.A
XXX.X °F
SATURATED SUCTION TEMP
RGT.A
XXX.X °F
COMPR RETURN GAS TEMP
SH.A
XXX.X ^F
SUCTION SUPERHEAT TEMP
TEMPERATURES CIRCUIT B
See Note
SCT.B
XXX.X °F
SATURATED CONDENSING TMP
See Note
SST.B
XXX.X °F
SATURATED SUCTION TEMP
See Note
RGT.B
XXX.X °F
COMPR RETURN GAS TEMP
See Note
SH.B
XXX.X ^F
SUCTION SUPERHEAT TEMP
See Note
UNIT
CIR.A
COMMENT
TEMPERATURES CIRCUIT A
ENTER
CIR.B
ENTER
NOTE: If the unit has a single circuit, the Circuit B items will not appear in the display, except the ability to configure circuit B will be displayed.
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Table 13 — Pressure Mode and Sub-Mode Directory
SUB-MODE
KEYPAD
ENTRY
ITEM
DISPLAY
ITEM
EXPANSION
PRESSURES CIRCUIT A
ENTER
DP.A
XXX.X PSIG
DISCHARGE PRESSURE
SP.A
XXX.X PSIG
SUCTION PRESSURE
PRESSURES CIRCUIT B
See Note
DP.B
XXX.X PSIG
DISCHARGE PRESSURE
See Note
SP.B
XXX.X PSIG
SUCTION PRESSURE
See Note
PRC.A
PRC.B
ENTER
COMMENT
NOTE: If the unit has a single circuit, the Circuit B items will not appear in the display, except the ability to configure circuit B will be displayed.
Table 14 — Set Point and Sub-Mode Directory
SUB-MODE
KEYPAD
ENTRY
ITEM
DISPLAY
ITEM
EXPANSION
COOLING SETPOINTS
ENTER
CSP.1
XXX.X °F
COOLING SETPOINT 1
Default: 44 F
CSP.2
XXX.X °F
COOLING SETPOINT 2
Default: 44 F
CSP.3
XXX.X °F
ICE SETPOINT
Default: 32 F
COOL
HEAD
COMMENT
HEAD PRESSURE SETPOINTS
ENTER
HD.P.A
XXX.X °F
CALCULATED HP SETPOINT A
Default: 113 F
(Read Only)
HD.P.B
XXX.X °F
CALCULATED HP SETPOINT B
Default: 113 F
(Read Only)
BR.FZ
XXX.X °F
FRZ
BRINE FREEZE SETPOINT
ENTER
BRINE FREEZE POINT
Default: 34 F
Table 15 — Inputs Mode and Sub-Mode Directory
SUB-MODE
KEYPAD
ENTRY
ITEM
DISPLAY
ITEM
EXPANSION
GENERAL INPUTS
ENTER
STST
STRT/STOP
START/STOP SWITCH
FLOW
ON/OFF
COOLER FLOW SWITCH
PM.F.1
OPEN/CLSE
COOLER PUMP 1 INTERLOCK
LD.PM
X
Lead Pump
PM.F.2
OPEN/CLSE
COOLER PUMP 2 INTERLOCK
HT.RQ
ON/OFF
HEAT REQUEST
DLS1
ON/OFF
DEMAND LIMIT SWITCH 1
DLS2
ON/OFF
DEMAND LIMIT SWITCH 2
ICED
ON/OFF
ICE DONE
DUAL
ON/OFF
DUAL SETPOINT SWITCH
FKA1
ON/OFF
COMPRESSOR A1 FEEDBACK
FKA2
ON/OFF
COMPRESSOR A2 FEEDBACK
FKB1
ON/OFF
COMPRESSOR B1 FEEDBACK
See Note
FKB2
ON/OFF
COMPRESSOR B2 FEEDBACK
See Note
DMND
XX.X MA
4-20 MA DEMAND SIGNAL
RSET
XX.X MA
4-20 MA RESET SIGNAL
CSP
XX.X MA
4-20 MA COOLING SETPOINT
GEN.I
CRCT
COMMENT
1 = Pump 1
2 = Pump 2
3 = No Pump
CIRCUITS INPUTS
ENTER
4-20
4-20 MA INPUTS
ENTER
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Table 16 — Outputs Mode and Sub-Mode Directory
SUB-MODE
KEYPAD
ENTRY
ITEM
DISPLAY
ITEM
EXPANSION
GENERAL OUTPUTS
ENTER
FAN1
ON/OFF
FAN 1 RELAY
FAN2
ON/OFF
FAN 2 RELAY
C.WP1
ON/OFF
COOLER PUMP RELAY 1
C.WP2
ON/OFF
COOLER PUMP RELAY 2
CLHT
ON/OFF
COOLER/PUMP HEATER
MLV.R
ON/OFF
MINIMUM LOAD VALVE RELAY
CC.A1
ON/OFF
COMPRESSOR A1 RELAY
CC.A2
ON/OFF
COMPRESSOR A2 RELAY
CC.B1
ON/OFF
COMPRESSOR B1 RELAY
CC.B2
ON/OFF
COMPRESSOR B2 RELAY
GEN.O
COMMENT
OUTPUTS CIRCUIT A
CIR.A
ENTER
OUTPUTS CIRCUIT B
CIR.B
ENTER
See Note
NOTE: If the unit has a single circuit, the Circuit B items will not appear in the display, except the ability to configure circuit B will be displayed.
Table 17 — Configuration Mode and Sub-Mode Directory
SUB-MODE
KEYPAD
ENTRY
ITEM
DISPLAY
ITEM
EXPANSION
DISPLAY CONFIGURATION
ENTER
TEST
ON/OFF
TEST DISPLAY LEDS
METR
ON/OFF
METRIC DISPLAY
LANG
X
LANGUAGE SELECTION
PAS.E
ENBL/DSBL
PASSWORD ENABLE
PASS
xxxx
SERVICE PASSWORD
SZA.1
XX
COMPRESSOR A1 SIZE
SZA.2
XX
COMPRESSOR A2 SIZE
SZB.1
XX
COMPRESSOR B1 SIZE
SZB.2
XX
COMPRESSOR B2 SIZE
SH.SP
XX.X ∆F
SUPERHEAT SETPOINT
REFG
X
DISP
UNIT
COMMENT
Off = English; On = Metric
Default: 0
0 = English
1 = Espanol
2 = Francais
3 = Portuguese
UNIT CONFIGURATION
ENTER
REFRIGERANT
FAN.S
FAN STAGING SELECT
NOTE: If the unit has a single circuit, the Circuit B items will not appear in the display, except the ability to configure circuit B will be displayed.
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Unit Size
010
015
018
022
025
030
032
035
040
042
045
050
055
Unit Size
015
018
022
025
030
032
035
040
042
045
050
055
Unit Size
032
035
040
042
045
050
055
Unit Size
042
045
050
055
60 Hz
10
15
9
9
13
15
—
9
13
—
10
13
15
60 Hz
—
9
13
13
15
—
13
13
—
13
13
15
60 Hz
—
15
15
—
10
13
15
60 Hz
—
13
13
15
Default: 15 °F
1 = R-22
1 = One Fan (010-018)
2 = Two Fans (022-030)
3 = Three Fans (032-040)
4 = Four Fans (042-055)
50 Hz
11
7
9
11
13
—
8
13
—
11
13
—
—
50 Hz
7
9
11
13
—
11
13
—
11
13
—
—
50 Hz
13
13
—
11
13
—
—
50 Hz
11
13
—
—
Table 17 — Configuration Mode and Sub-Mode Directory (cont)
SUB-MODE
KEYPAD
ENTRY
ITEM
DISPLAY
FLUD
X
ITEM
EXPANSION
UNIT OPTIONS 1 HARDWARE
COOLER FLUID
MLV.S
YES/NO
MINIMUM LOAD VALVE SELECT
MMR.S
YES/NO
MOTORMASTER SELECT
RG.EN
ENBL/DSBL
RETURN GAS SENSOR ENABLE
CPC
ON/OFF
COOLER PUMP CONTROL
PM1E
YES/NO
COOLER PUMP 1 ENABLE
PM2E
YES/NO
COOLER PUMP 2 ENABLE
PM.P.S
YES/NO
COOLER PMP PERIODIC STRT
PM.SL
X
COOLER PUMP SELECT
PM.DY
XX MIN
COOLER PUMP SHUTDOWN DLY
PM.DT
XXXX HRS
PUMP CHANGEOVER HOURS
ROT.P
YES/NO
ROTATE COOLER PUMPS NOW
EMM
YES/NO
EMM MODULE INSTALLED
CTRL
X
UNIT OPTIONS 2 CONTROLS
CONTROL METHOD
CCNA
XXX
CCN ADDRESS
CCNB
XXX
CCN BUS NUMBER
BAUD
X
CCN BAUD RATE
LOAD
X
LOADING SEQUENCE SELECT
LLCS
X
LEAD/LAG CIRCUIT SELECT
LCWT
XX.X ∆F
HIGH LCW ALERT LIMIT
DELY
XX
MINUTES OFF TIME
Default: 0 Minutes
Range: 0 to 15 Minutes
ICE.M
ENBL/DSBL
ICE MODE ENABLE
Default: Disable
CLS.C
ENBL/DSBL
CLOSE CONTROL SELECT
Default: Disable
LS.MD
X
LOW SOUND MODE SELECT
LS.ST
00:00
LOW SOUND START TIME
Default: 00:00
LS.ND
00:00
LOW SOUND END TIME
Default: 00:00
LS.LT
XXX %
LOW SOUND CAPACITY LIMIT
CRST
X
RESET COOL TEMP
COOLING RESET TYPE
MA.DG
XX.X ∆F
4-20 - DEGREES RESET
RM.NO
XXX.X °F
REMOTE - NO RESET TEMP
OPT1
ENTER
OPT2
ENTER
RSET
ENTER
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COMMENT
Default: Water
1 = Water
2 = Medium Temperature Brine
Default: DISABLED
Default: On
Default: No
Default: Automatic
0 = Automatic
1 = Pump 1 Starts first
2 = Pump 2 Starts first
0 to 10 minutes, Default: 1 min.
Default: 500 hours
User Entry
Default: Switch
0 = Enable/Off/Remote Switch
2 = Occupancy
3 = CCN Control
Default: 1
Range: 1 to 239
Default: 0
Range: 0 to 239
Default: 9600
1 = 2400
2 = 4800
3 = 9600
4 = 19,200
5 = 38,400
Default: Equal
1 = Equal
2 = Staged
Default: Automatic
1 = Automatic
2 = Circuit A Leads
3 = Circuit B Leads
Default: 60
Range: 2 to 60 °F
Default: 0
0 = Mode Disable
1 = Fan Noise Only
2 = Fan/Compressor Noise
Default: 100%
Range: 0 to 100%
Default: No Reset
0 = No Reset
1 = 4 to 20 mA Input
2 = Outdoor Air Temperature
3 = Return Fluid
4 = Space Temperature
Default: 0.0 ∆F
Range: –30 to 30 ∆F
Default: 125 F (51.7 C)
Range: 0° to 125 F
Table 17 — Configuration Mode and Sub-Mode Directory (cont)
SUB-MODE
KEYPAD
ENTRY
RSET (cont)
ENTER
ITEM
DISPLAY
COMMENT
Default: 0.0° F (-17.8 C)
Range: 0° to 125 F
RM.F
XXX.X °F
REMOTE - FULL RESET TEMP
RM.DG
XX.X °F
REMOTE - DEGREES RESET
Default: 0.0° F
Range: –30 to 30 F
RT.NO
XXX.X ∆F
RETURN - NO RESET TEMP
Default: 10.0 ∆F (5.6 ∆C)
Range: 0° to 125 F COOLER ∆T
RT.F
XXX.X ∆F
RETURN - FULL RESET TEMP
Default: 0.0 ∆F (0.0 ∆C)
Range: 0° to 125 F COOLER ∆T
RT.DG
XX.X °F
RETURN - DEGREES RESET
DMDC
X
DEMAND LIMIT SELECT
DM20
XXX %
DEMAND LIMIT AT 20 MA
SHNM
XXX
LOADSHED GROUP NUMBER
SHDL
XXX %
LOADSHED DEMAND DELTA
Default: 0%
Range: 0 to 60%
SHTM
XXX
MAXIMUM LOADSHED TIME
Default: 60 minutes
Range: 0 to 120 minutes
DLS1
XXX %
DEMAND LIMIT SWITCH 1
Default: 80%
Range: 0 to 100%
DLS2
XXX %
DEMAND LIMIT SWITCH 2
Default: 50%
Range: 0 to 100%
LLEN
ENBL/DSBL
LEAD/LAG CHILLER ENABLE
Default: Disable
MSSL
SLVE/MAST
MASTER/SLAVE SELECT
Default: Master
SLVA
XXX
SLAVE ADDRESS
Default: 2
Range: 0 to 239
LLBL
X
LEAD/LAG BALANCE SELECT
LLBD
XXX
LEAD/LAG BALANCE DELTA
LLDY
XXX
LAG START DELAY
PARA
YES
PARALLEL CONFIGURATION
CLSP
X
SETPOINT AND RAMP LOAD
COOLING SETPOINT SELECT
RL.S
ENBL/DSBL
RAMP LOAD SELECT
CRMP
X.X
COOLING RAMP LOADING
SCHD
XX
SCHEDULE NUMBER
Z.GN
X.X
DEADBAND MULTIPLIER
EN.A1
ENBL/DSBL
ENABLE COMPRESSOR A1
Unit dependent
EN.A2
ENBL/DSBL
ENABLE COMPRESSOR A2
Unit dependent
EN.B1
ENBL/DSBL
ENABLE COMPRESSOR B1
Unit dependent
EN.B2
ENBL/DSBL
ENABLE COMPRESSOR B2
Unit dependent
T.D.BC
ON/OFF
CCN TIME/DATE BROADCAST
OAT.B
ON/OFF
CCN OAT BROADCAST
G.S.BC
ON/OFF
GLOBAL SCHEDULE BROADCAST
BC.AK
ON/OFF
CCN BROADCAST ACK’ER
SLCT
ENTER
ITEM
EXPANSION
SERV
Default: 0.0° F
Range: –30 to 30 F (–34.4 to -1.1 C)
Default: None
0 = None
1 = Switch
2 = 4 to 20 mA Input
3 = CCN Loadshed
Default: 100%
Range: 0 to 100%
Default: 0
Range: 0 to 99
Default: Master Leads
0 = Master Leads
1 = Slave Leads
2 = Automatic
Default: 168 hours
Range: 40 to 400 hours
Default: 5 minutes
Range: 0 to 30 minutes
Default: YES (CANNOT BE CHANGED)
Default: Single
0 = Single
1 = Dual Switch
2 = Dual CCN Occupied
3 = 4 to 20 mA Input (requires
EMM)
Default: Enable
Default: 1.0
Range: 0.2 to 2.0
Default: 1
Range: 1 to 99
Default: 2.0
Range: 1.0 to 4.0
SERVICE CONFIGURATION
ENTER
BCST
BROADCAST CONFIGURATION
ENTER
33
Table 18 — Time Clock Mode and Sub-Mode Directory
SUB-MODE
KEYPAD
ENTRY
ITEM
DISPLAY
ENTER
HH.MM
XX.XX
SUB-ITEM
ITEM
EXPANSION
TIME OF DAY
DISPLAY
TIME
HOUR AND MINUTE
DATE
COMMENT
Military (00:00 – 23:59)
MONTH,DATE,DAY AND YEAR
ENTER
MNTH
XX
MONTH OF YEAR
1-12 (1 = January, 2 = February, etc)
DOM
XX
DAY OF MONTH
Range: 01-31
DAY
X
DAY OF WEEK
1-7 (1 = Sunday, 2 = Monday, etc)
YEAR
XXXX
YEAR OF CENTURY
STR.M
XX
MONTH
Default: 4, Range 1 – 12
STR.W
X
WEEK
Default: 1, Range 1 – 5
STR.D
X
DAY
Default: 7, Range 1 – 7
MIN.A
XX
MINUTES TO ADD
Default: 60, Range 0 – 99
STP.M
XX
MONTH
Default: 10, Range 1 – 12
STP.W
XX
WEEK
Default: 5, Range 1 – 5
STP.D
XX
DAY
Default: 7, Range 1 – 7
XX
MINUTES TO SUBTRACT
Default: 60, Range 0 – 99
XX
SCHEDULE NUMBER
Default: 1, Range 1 – 99
DST
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME
ENTER
MIN.5
SCH.N
SCH.L
LOCAL OCCUPANCY SCHEDULE
ENTER
PER.1
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
OCCUPANCY PERIOD 1
OCC.1
XX:XX
PERIOD OCCUPIED TIME
Military (00:00 – 23:59)
UNC.1
XX.XX
PERIOD UNOCCUPIED TIME
Military (00:00 – 23:59)
MON.1
YES/NO
MONDAY IN PERIOD
TUE.1
YES/NO
TUESDAY IN PERIOD
WED.1
YES/NO
WEDNESDAY IN PERIOD
THU.1
YES/NO
THURSDAY IN PERIOD
FRI.1
YES/NO
FRIDAY IN PERIOD
SAT.1
YES/NO
SATURDAY IN PERIOD
SUN.1
YES/NO
SUNDAY IN PERIOD
HOL.1
YES/NO
HOLIDAY IN PERIOD
PER.2
OCCUPANCY PERIOD 2
OCC.2
XX:XX
PERIOD OCCUPIED TIME
Military (00:00 – 23:59)
UNC.2
XX.XX
PERIOD UNOCCUPIED TIME
Military (00:00 – 23:59)
MON.2
YES/NO
MONDAY IN PERIOD
TUE.2
YES/NO
TUESDAY IN PERIOD
WED.2
YES/NO
WEDNESDAY IN PERIOD
THU.2
YES/NO
THURSDAY IN PERIOD
FRI.2
YES/NO
FRIDAY IN PERIOD
SAT.2
YES/NO
SATURDAY IN PERIOD
SUN.2
YES/NO
SUNDAY IN PERIOD
HOL.2
YES/NO
HOLIDAY IN PERIOD
34
Table 18 — Time Clock Mode and Sub-Mode Directory (cont)
SUB-MODE
KEYPAD
ENTRY
ITEM
SCH.L (cont)
ENTER
PER.3
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ITEM
EXPANSION
DISPLAY
COMMENT
OCCUPANCY PERIOD 3
OCC.3
XX:XX
PERIOD OCCUPIED TIME
Military (00:00 – 23:59)
UNC.3
XX.XX
PERIOD UNOCCUPIED TIME
Military (00:00 – 23:59)
MON.3
YES/NO
MONDAY IN PERIOD
TUE.3
YES/NO
TUESDAY IN PERIOD
WED.3
YES/NO
WEDNESDAY IN PERIOD
THU.3
YES/NO
THURSDAY IN PERIOD
FRI.3
YES/NO
FRIDAY IN PERIOD
SAT.3
YES/NO
SATURDAY IN PERIOD
SUN.3
YES/NO
SUNDAY IN PERIOD
HOL.3
YES/NO
HOLIDAY IN PERIOD
OCCUPANCY PERIOD 4
OCC.4
XX:XX
PERIOD OCCUPIED TIME
Military (00:00 – 23:59)
UNC.4
XX.XX
PERIOD UNOCCUPIED TIME
Military (00:00 – 23:59)
MON.4
YES/NO
MONDAY IN PERIOD
TUE.4
YES/NO
TUESDAY IN PERIOD
WED.4
YES/NO
WEDNESDAY IN PERIOD
THU.4
YES/NO
THURSDAY IN PERIOD
FRI.4
YES/NO
FRIDAY IN PERIOD
SAT.4
YES/NO
SATURDAY IN PERIOD
SUN.4
YES/NO
SUNDAY IN PERIOD
HOL.4
YES/NO
HOLIDAY IN PERIOD
PER.5
ENTER
ENTER
SUB-ITEM
PER.4
ENTER
ENTER
DISPLAY
OCCUPANCY PERIOD 5
OCC.5
XX:XX
PERIOD OCCUPIED TIME
Military (00:00 – 23:59)
UNC.5
XX.XX
PERIOD UNOCCUPIED TIME
Military (00:00 – 23:59)
MON.5
YES/NO
MONDAY IN PERIOD
TUE.5
YES/NO
TUESDAY IN PERIOD
WED.5
YES/NO
WEDNESDAY IN PERIOD
THU.5
YES/NO
THURSDAY IN PERIOD
FRI.5
YES/NO
FRIDAY IN PERIOD
SAT.5
YES/NO
SATURDAY IN PERIOD
SUN.5
YES/NO
SUNDAY IN PERIOD
HOL.5
YES/NO
HOLIDAY IN PERIOD
PER.6
OCCUPANCY PERIOD 6
OCC.6
XX:XX
PERIOD OCCUPIED TIME
Military (00:00 – 23:59)
UNC.6
XX.XX
PERIOD UNOCCUPIED TIME
Military (00:00 – 23:59)
MON.6
YES/NO
MONDAY IN PERIOD
TUE.6
YES/NO
TUESDAY IN PERIOD
WED.6
YES/NO
WEDNESDAY IN PERIOD
35
Table 18 — Time Clock Mode and Sub-Mode Directory (cont)
SUB-MODE
KEYPAD
ENTRY
ITEM
DISPLAY
SCH.L (cont)
ENTER
DISPLAY
ITEM
EXPANSION
THU.6
YES/NO
THURSDAY IN PERIOD
FRI.6
YES/NO
FRIDAY IN PERIOD
SAT.6
YES/NO
SATURDAY IN PERIOD
SUN.6
YES/NO
SUNDAY IN PERIOD
HOL.6
YES/NO
HOLIDAY IN PERIOD
PER.7
COMMENT
OCCUPANCY PERIOD 7
ENTER
ENTER
SUB-ITEM
OCC.7
XX:XX
PERIOD OCCUPIED TIME
Military (00:00 – 23:59)
UNC.7
XX.XX
PERIOD UNOCCUPIED TIME
Military (00:00 – 23:59)
MON.7
YES/NO
MONDAY IN PERIOD
TUE.7
YES/NO
TUESDAY IN PERIOD
WED.7
YES/NO
WEDNESDAY IN PERIOD
THU.7
YES/NO
THURSDAY IN PERIOD
FRI.7
YES/NO
FRIDAY IN PERIOD
SAT.7
YES/NO
SATURDAY IN PERIOD
SUN.7
YES/NO
SUNDAY IN PERIOD
HOL.7
YES/NO
HOLIDAY IN PERIOD
PER.8
OCCUPANCY PERIOD 8
ENTER
OCC.8
XX:XX
PERIOD OCCUPIED TIME
Military (00:00 – 23:59)
UNC.8
XX.XX
PERIOD UNOCCUPIED TIME
Military (00:00 – 23:59)
MON.8
YES/NO
MONDAY IN PERIOD
TUE.8
YES/NO
TUESDAY IN PERIOD
WED.8
YES/NO
WEDNESDAY IN PERIOD
THU.8
YES/NO
THURSDAY IN PERIOD
FRI.8
YES/NO
FRIDAY IN PERIOD
SAT.8
YES/NO
SATURDAY IN PERIOD
SUN.8
YES/NO
SUNDAY IN PERIOD
HOL.8
YES/NO
HOLIDAY IN PERIOD
OVR
SCHEDULE OVERRIDE
ENTER
OVR.T
X
TIMED OVERRIDE HOURS
Default: 0, Range 0-4 hours
OVR.L
X
OVERRIDE TIME LIMIT
Default: 0, Range 0-4 hours
T.OVR
YES/NO
TIMED OVERRIDE
User Entry
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Table 19 — Operating Mode and Sub-Mode Directory
SUB-MODE
KEYPAD
ENTRY
ITEM
DISPLAY
ITEM
EXPANSION
MODES CONTROLLING UNIT
ENTER
MD01
ON/OFF
FSM CONTROLLING CHILLER
MD02
ON/OFF
WSM CONTROLLING CHILLER
MD03
ON/OFF
MASTER/SLAVE CONTROL
MD05
ON/OFF
RAMP LOAD LIMITED
MD06
ON/OFF
TIMED OVERRIDE IN EFFECT
MD07
ON/OFF
LOW COOLER SUCTION TEMPA
MD08
ON/OFF
LOW COOLER SUCTION TEMPB
MD09
ON/OFF
SLOW CHANGE OVERRIDE
MD10
ON/OFF
MINIMUM OFF TIME ACTIVE
MD13
ON/OFF
DUAL SETPOINT
MD14
ON/OFF
TEMPERATURE RESET
MD15
ON/OFF
DEMAND/SOUND LIMITED
MD16
ON/OFF
COOLER FREEZE PROTECTION
MD17
ON/OFF
LOW TEMPERATURE COOLING
MD18
ON/OFF
HIGH TEMPERATURE COOLING
MD19
ON/OFF
MAKING ICE
MD20
ON/OFF
STORING ICE
MD21
ON/OFF
HIGH SCT CIRCUIT A
MD22
ON/OFF
HIGH SCT CIRCUIT B
MD23
ON/OFF
MINIMUM COMP ON TIME
MD24
ON/OFF
PUMP OFF DELAY TIME
MD25
ON/OFF
LOW SOUND MODE
MD26
ON/OFF
SHORT LOOP OVERRIDE
MODE
FSM
SCT
WSM
—
—
—
COMMENT
LEGEND
Flotronic™ System Manager
Saturated Condensing Temperature
Water System Manager
Table 20 — Alarms Mode and Sub-Mode Directory
SUB-MODE
KEYPAD
ENTRY
ITEM
EXPANSION
ITEM
CRNT
ENTER
AXXX OR TXXX
CURRENTLY ACTIVE ALARMS
RCRN
ENTER
YES/NO
RESET ALL CURRENT ALARMS
HIST
ENTER
AXXX OR TXXX
ALARM HISTORY
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COMMENT
Alarms are shown as AXXX.
Alerts are shown as TXXX.
Alarms are shown as AXXX.
Alerts are shown as TXXX.
Table 21 — Dual Chiller Configuration (Master Chiller Example)
SUB-MODE
ITEM
KEYPAD ENTRY
DISPLAY
ITEM EXPANSION
COMMENTS
ENTER
CTRL
CONTROL METHOD
ENTER
0
SWITCH
DEFAULT 0
ESCAPE
CTRL
ENTER
CCNA
ENTER
1
CCN ADDRESS
DEFAULT 1
ESCAPE
CCNA
CCN BUS NUMBER
DEFAULT 0
DISP
UNIT
OPT1
OPT2
CTRL
CCNA
CCNB
CCNB
ENTER
0
ESCAPE
CCNB
ESCAPE
OPT2
PROCEED TO
SUBMODE RESET
RSET
RSET
ENTER
LLEN
LLEN
MSSL
CRST
COOLING RESET TYPE
LLEN
LEAD/LAG CHILLER ENABLE
ENTER
DSBL
SCROLLING STOPS
ENTER
DSBL
VALUE FLASHES
ENBL
SELECT ENBL
ENTER
ENBL
ESCAPE
LLEN
LEAD/LAG CHILLER ENABLE
MSSL
MASTER /SLAVE SELECT
ENTER
MAST
MASTER /SLAVE SELECT
ESCAPE
MSSL
SLVA
SLVA
SLVA
CHANGE ACCEPTED
DEFAULT MAST
SLAVE ADDRESS
ENTER
0
SCROLLING STOPS
ENTER
0
VALUE FLASHES
2
SELECT 2
ENTER
2
ESCAPE
SLVA
SLAVE ADDRESS
LLBL
LLBL
15 ITEMS
CHANGE ACCEPTED
LEAD/LAG BALANCE SELECT
ENTER
0
SCROLLING STOPS
ENTER
0
VALUE FLASHES
2
SELECT 2 - Automatic
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Table 21 — Dual Chiller Configuration (Master Chiller Example) (cont)
SUB-MODE
RSET
ITEM
KEYPAD ENTRY
DISPLAY
ITEM EXPANSION
COMMENTS
LLBL
ENTER
2
LEAD/LAG BALANCE SELECT
CHANGE ACCEPTED
ESCAPE
LLBL
LLBD
LLBD
LEAD/LAG BALANCE DELTA
ENTER
168
LEAD/LAG BALANCE DELTA
ESCAPE
LLBD
LLDY
LLDY
LLDY
PARA
DEFAULT 168
LAG START DELAY
ENTER
5
SCROLLING STOPS
ENTER
5
VALUE FLASHES
10
SELECT 10
ENTER
10
ESCAPE
LLDY
ESCAPE
RSET
ENTER
YES
LAG START DELAY
CHANGE ACCEPTED
MASTER COMPLETE
NOTES:
1. Master Control Method (CTRL) can be configured as 0-Switch, 2-Occupancy or 3-CCN.
2. Parallel Configuration (PARA) cannot be changed.
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Table 22 — Dual Chiller Configuration (Slave Chiller Example)
SUB-MODE
ITEM
KEYPAD ENTRY
DISPLAY
ITEM EXPANSION
COMMENTS
ENTER
CTRL
CONTROL METHOD
0
SWITCH
DEFAULT 0
CCN ADDRESS
SCROLLING STOPS
DISP
UNIT
OPT1
OPT2
CTRL
ESCAPE
CTRL
CCNA
CCNA
CTRL
CCNA
ENTER
1
ENTER
1
VALUE FLASHES
2
SELECT 2
(SEE NOTE 1)
ENTER
2
ESCAPE
CCNA
CCN ADDRESS
CHANGE ACCEPTED
CCN BUS NUMBER
DEFAULT 0
(SEE NOTE 2)
CCNB
CCNB
ENTER
0
ESCAPE
CCNB
ESCAPE
OPT2
PROCEED TO
SUBMODE RSET
RSET
RSET
ENTER
LLEN
LLEN
CRST
COOLING RESET TYPE
LLEN
LEAD/LAG CHILLER ENABLE
ENTER
DSBL
SCROLLING STOPS
ENTER
DSBL
VALUE FLASHES
ENBL
SELECT ENBL
ENTER
ENBL
ESCAPE
LLEN
LEAD/LAG CHILLER ENABLE
MSSL
MSSL
MSSL
15 ITEMS
CHANGE ACCEPTED
MASTER /SLAVE SELECT
ENTER
MAST
SCROLLING STOPS
ENTER
MAST
VALUE FLASHES
SLVE
SELECT SLVE
ENTER
SLVE
ESCAPE
MSSL
ESCAPE
RSET
MASTER /SLAVE SELECT
CHANGE ACCEPTED
SLAVE COMPLETE
NOTES:
1. Slave Control Method (CTRL) must be configured for 0.
2. Slave CCN Address (CCNA) must be different than Master.
3. Slave CCN Bus Number (CCNB) must be the same as Master
4. Slave does not require SLVA, LLBL, LLBD, or LLDY to be configured.
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Table 23 — Operating Modes
MODE
NO.
ITEM EXPANSION
DESCRIPTION
01
FSM CONTROLLING CHILLER
Flotronic™ System Manager (FSM) is controlling the chiller.
02
WSM CONTROLLING CHILLER
Water System Manager (WSM) is controlling the chiller.
03
MASTER/SLAVE CONTROL
Ramp load (pull-down) limiting in effect. In this mode, the rate at which leaving fluid temperature
is dropped is limited to a predetermined value to prevent compressor overloading. See Cooling
Ramp Loading (CRMP) [Configuration, SLCT]. The pull-down limit can be modified, if desired,
to any rate from 0.2° F to 2° F (0.1° to 1° C)/minute.
TIMED OVERRIDE IN EFFECT
Timed override is in effect. This is a 1 to 4 hour temporary override of the programmed
schedule, forcing unit to Occupied mode. Override can be implemented with unit under
Local (Enable) or CCN (Carrier Comfort Network) control. Override expires after each use.
LOW COOLER SUCTION TEMPA
Circuit A cooler Freeze Protection mode. At least one compressor must be on, and the Saturated Suction Temperature is not increasing greater than 1.1° F (0.6° C) in 10 seconds. If
the saturated suction temperature is less than the Brine Freeze Point (BR.FZ) [Set Point,
FRZ] minus 3° F (1.7° C) and less than the leaving fluid temperature minus 14° F (7.8° C)
for 2 minutes, a stage of capacity will be removed from the circuit. Or, If the saturated suction temperature is less than the Brine Freeze Point (BR.FZ) [Set Point, FRZ] minus 14° F
(7.8 º C), for 90 seconds, a stage of capacity will be removed from the circuit. The control
will continue to decrease capacity as long as either condition exists.
LOW COOLER SUCTION TEMPB
Circuit B cooler Freeze Protection mode. At least one compressor must be on, and the Saturated Suction Temperature is not increasing greater than 1.1° F (0.6° C) in 10 seconds. If
the saturated suction temperature is less than the Brine Freeze Point (BR.FZ) [Set Point,
FRZ] minus 3° F (1.7° C) and less than the leaving fluid temperature minus 14° F (7.8° C)
for 2 minutes, a stage of capacity will be removed from the circuit. Or, If the saturated suction temperature is less than the Brine Freeze Point (BR.FZ) [Set Point, FRZ] minus 14° F
(7.8° C), for 90 seconds, a stage of capacity will be removed from the circuit. The control will
continue to decrease capacity as long as either condition exists.
05
06
07
08
09
10
SLOW CHANGE OVERRIDE
MINIMUM OFF TIME ACTIVE
TEMPERATURE RESET
Temperature reset is in effect. In this mode, chiller is using temperature reset to adjust leaving fluid set point upward and is currently controlling to the modified set point. The set point
can be modified based on return fluid, outdoor-air-temperature, space temperature, or 4 to
20 mA signal.
DEMAND/SOUND LIMITED
Demand limit is in effect. This indicates that the capacity of the chiller is being limited by
demand limit control option. Because of this limitation, the chiller may not be able to produce the desired leaving fluid temperature. Demand limit can be controlled by switch inputs
or a 4 to 20 mA signal.
COOLER FREEZE PROTECTION
Cooler fluid temperatures are approaching the Freeze point (see Alarms and Alerts section
for definition). The chiller will be shut down when either fluid temperature falls below the
Freeze point.
LOW TEMPERATURE COOLING
Chiller is in Cooling mode and the rate of change of the leaving fluid is negative and
decreasing faster than -0.5° F per minute. Error between leaving fluid and control point
exceeds fixed amount. Control will automatically unload the chiller if necessary.
HIGH TEMPERATURE COOLING
Chiller is in Cooling mode and the rate of change of the leaving fluid is positive and increasing.
Error between leaving fluid and control point exceeds fixed amount. Control will automatically
load the chiller if necessary to better match the increasing load.
MAKING ICE
Chiller is in an unoccupied mode and is using Cooling Set Point 3 (CSP.3) [Set Point, COOL]
to make ice. The ice done input to the Energy Management Module (EMM) is open.
STORING ICE
Chiller is in an unoccupied mode and is controlling to Cooling Set Point 2 (CSP.2) [Set Point
COOL]. The ice done input to the Energy Management Module (EMM) is closed.
HIGH SCT CIRCUIT A
Chiller is in a Cooling mode and the Saturated Condensing Temperature (SCT) is greater than
the calculated maximum limit. No additional stages of capacity will be added. Chiller capacity
may be reduced if SCT continues to rise to avoid high-pressure switch trips by reducing condensing temperature.
HIGH SCT CIRCUIT B
Chiller is in a Cooling mode and the Saturated Condensing Temperature (SCT) is greater than
the calculated maximum limit. No additional stages of capacity will be added. Chiller capacity
may be reduced if SCT continues to rise to avoid high-pressure switch trips by reducing condensing temperature.
MINIMUM COMP ON TIME
Cooling load may be satisfied, however control continues to operate compressor to ensure
proper oil return. May be an indication of oversized application, low fluid flow rate or low loop
volume.
PUMP OFF DELAY TIME
Cooling load is satisfied, however cooler pump continues to run for the number of minutes set
by the configuration variable Cooler Pump Shutdown Delay (PM.DY) [Configuration, OPT1].
15
16
17
18
21
22
23
24
25
LOW SOUND MODE
SHORT LOOP OVERRIDE
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Chiller is being held off by Minutes Off Time (DELY) [Configuration, OPT2].
Dual Set Point mode is in effect. Chiller controls to Cooling Set Point 1 (CSP.1) [Set Point,
COOL] during occupied periods and Cooling Set Point 2 (CSP.2) [Set Point, COOL] during
unoccupied periods.
14
20
Slow change override is in effect. The leaving fluid temperature is close to and moving
towards the control point.
DUAL SETPOINT
13
19
Dual Chiller control is enabled.
RAMP LOAD LIMITED
Chiller operates at higher condensing temperature and/or reduced
capacity to minimize overall unit noise during evening/night hours (user-configurable).
Chiller is monitoring how fast compressor(s) is being cycled to maintain the desired leaving
fluid temperature. Control is limiting the rate of compressor cycling when this mode is active
to ensure proper oil return and also to prevent premature compressor failure. Low loop volume, low cooler flow and/or low chiller load are the primary causes for this mode.
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Table 24 — Example of Reading and Clearing Alarms
SUB-MODE
KEYPAD
ENTRY
ITEM
ITEM EXPANSION
CRNT
ENTER
AXXX or TXXX
CURRENTLY ACTIVE ALARMS
CRNT
ESCAPE
ENTER
COMMENT
ACTIVE ALARMS (AXXX) OR
ALERTS (TXXX) DISPLAYED.
NO
Use to clear active alarms/alerts
NO
NO Flashes
YES
Select YES
NO
Alarms/alerts clear, YES changes to NO
RCRN
ENTER
Table 25A — 4-20 mA Reset
SUB-MODE
KEYPAD
ENTRY
DISPLAY
ITEM
EXPANSION
CRST
1
COOLING RESET
TYPE
CRT1
4.0
ITEM
COMMENT
RSET
ENTER
CRT2
20.0
DGRC
5.0 F
(2.8 C)
NO COOL RESET
TEMP
FULL COOL
RESET TEMP
DEGREES COOL
RESET
0 = no reset
1 = 4 to 20 mA input
2 = Outdoor air temp
3 = Return Fluid
4 = Space Temperature
Default: 125 F (51.7 C)
Range: 0° to 125 F
Default: 0° F (–17.8 C)
Range: 0° to 125 F
Default: 0° F (0° C) Reset at 20 mA
Range: –30 to 30 F (–16.7 to 16.7 C)
NOTE: The example above shows how to configure the chiller for 4-20 mA reset. No reset will occur
at 4.0 mA input, and a 5.0 F reset will occur at 20.0 mA. An EMM is required.
Table 25B — Menu Configuration of 4 to 20 mA Cooling Set Point Control
MODE
(RED LED)
KEYPAD SUB-MODE KEYPAD
ENTRY
ENTRY
ENTER
ITEM
DISPLAY
ITEM
EXPANSION
CLSP
0
COOLING SETPOINT SELECT
COMMENT
DISP
UNIT
OPT1
OPT2
RSET
CONFIGURATION
SLCT
ENTER
ENTER
0
Scrolling Stops
ENTER
0
Flashing ‘0’
4
Select ‘4’
4
Change Accepted
ENTER
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Table 26A — Configuring Outdoor Air and Space Temperature Reset
MODE
(RED LED)
KEYPAD
ENTRY
SUBMODE
ENTER
DISP
KEYPAD
ENTRY
DISPLAY
ITEM
Outdoor
Air
Space
ITEM
EXPANSION
COMMENT
CRST
2
4
COOLING RESET
TYPE
2 = Outdoor-Air Temperature
4 = Space Temperature
(Connect to TB5-5,6)
RM.NO*
85 °F
72 °F
REMOTE - NO
RESET TEMP
Default: 125.0 F (51.7 C)
Range: 0° to125 F
RM.F
55 °F
68 °F
REMOTE - FULL
RESET TEMP
Default: 0.0° F (-17.7 C)
Range: 0° to 125 F
RM.DG
15 °F
6 °F
REMOTE - DEGREES
RESET
UNIT
OPT1
OPT2
CONFIGURATION
RSET
ENTER
Default: 0° F (0° C)
Range: –30 to 30 F
(–34.4 to -1.1 °C)
*4 items skipped in this example.
Table 26B — Configuring Return Temperature Reset
MODE
(RED LED)
KEYPAD SUB-MODE KEYPAD
ENTRY
ENTRY
ITEM
DISPLAY
ITEM
EXPANSION
DISP
ENTER
TEST
ON/OFF
TEST DISPLAY LEDs
UNIT
ENTER
TYPE
X
UNIT TYPE
OPT1
ENTER
FLUD
X
COOLER FLUID
OPT2
ENTER
CTRL
X
CONTROL METHOD
ENTER
ENTER
CONFIGURATION
RSET
CRST
X
RT.NO* XXX.X ∆F
COMMENT
0 = No Reset
1 = 4 to 20 mA Input (EMM required)
(Connect to EMM TB6-2,3)
COOLING RESET TYPE 2 = Outdoor-Air Temperature
3 = Return Fluid
4 = Space Temperature
(Connect to TB5-5,6)
RETURN FLUID - NO
RESET TEMP
Default: 10.0 ∆F (5.6 ∆C)
Range: 0° to125 F COOLER ∆T
Default: 0 ∆F (–17.8 ∆C)
Range: 0° to 125 F COOLER ∆T
RT.F
XXX.X ∆F
RETURN FLUID - FULL
RESET TEMP
RT.DG
XX.X ∆F
RETURN - DEGREES
RESET
Default: 0 ∆F (0 ∆C)
Range: –30 to 30°F (–16.7 to 16.7 C)
*4 items skipped in this example.
Temperature Reset — The control system is capable of
To use Outdoor Air or Space Temperature reset, four variables must be configured. In the Configuration mode under the
sub-mode RSET, items CRST, RM.NO, RM.F and RT.DG
must be properly set. See Table 26A — Configuring Outdoor
Air and Space Temperature Reset. The outdoor air reset example provides 0° F (0° C) chilled water set point reset at 85.0 F
(29.4 C) outdoor-air temperature and 15.0 F (8.3 C) reset at
55.0 F (12.8 C) outdoor-air temperature. The space temperature reset example provides 0° F (0° C) chilled water set point
reset at 72.0 F (22.2 C) space temperature and 6.0 F (3.3 C)
reset at 68.0 F (20.0 C) space temperature. The variable CRST
should be configured for the type of reset desired. The variable
RM.NO should be set to the temperature that no reset should
occur. The variable RM.F should be set to the temperature that
maximum reset is to occur. The variable RM.DG should be set
to the maximum amount of reset desired.
To use Return reset, four variables must be configured. In
the Configuration mode under the sub-mode RSET, items
CRST, RT.NO, RT.F and RT.DG must be properly set. See
Table 26B — Configuring Return Temperature Reset. This example provides 5.0 F (2.8 C) chilled water set point reset at
handling leaving-fluid temperature reset based on return cooler
fluid temperature. Because the change in temperature through
the cooler is a measure of the building load, the return temperature reset is in effect an average building load reset method.
The control system is also capable of temperature reset based
on outdoor-air temperature (OAT), space temperature (SPT), or
from an externally powered 4 to 20 mA signal. Accessory sensors must be used for SPT reset (33ZCT55SPT). The Energy
Management Module (EMM) must be used for temperature
reset using a 4 to 20 mA signal. See Tables 25A and 25B.
IMPORTANT: Care should be taken when interfacing with
other control systems due to possible power supply differences: full wave bridge versus half wave rectification. Connection of control devices with different power supplies
may result in permanent damage. ComfortLink™ controls
incorporate power supplies with half wave rectification. A
signal isolation device should be utilized if the signal generator incorporates a full wave bridge rectifier.
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2.0 F (1.1 C) cooler ∆T and 0° F (0° C) reset at 10.0 F (5.6 C)
cooler ∆T. The variable RT.NO should be set to the cooler
temperature difference (∆T) where no chilled water temperature reset should occur. The variable RT.F should be set to the
cooler temperature difference where the maximum chilled water temperature reset should occur. The variable RM.DG
should be set to the maximum amount of reset desired.
To verify that reset is functioning correctly proceed to Run
Status mode, sub-mode VIEW, and subtract the active set point
(SETP) from the control point (CTPT) to determine the degrees
reset.
Under normal operation, the chiller will maintain a constant
leaving fluid temperature approximately equal to the chilled
fluid set point. As the cooler load varies, the entering cooler
fluid will change in proportion to the load as shown in Fig. 18.
Usually the chiller size and leaving-fluid temperature set point
are selected based on a full-load condition. At part load, the fluid temperature set point may be colder than required. If the
leaving fluid temperature was allowed to increase at part load,
the efficiency of the machine would increase.
Return temperature reset allows for the leaving temperature
set point to be reset upward as a function of the return fluid
temperature or, in effect, the building load.
Figures 19 and 20 are examples of outdoor air and space
temperature resets.
LEGEND
LWT — Leaving Water (Fluid) Temperature
Fig. 19 — Outdoor-Air Temperature Reset
LEGEND
LWT — Leaving Water (Fluid) Temperature
Fig. 20 — Space Temperature Reset
configure the 2 Demand Limit Switch points (DLS1 and DLS2)
[Configuration, RSET] to the desired capacity limit. See
Table 27. Capacity steps are controlled by 2 relay switch inputs
field wired to TB6 as shown in Fig. 4-6.
For Demand Limit by 2-stage switch control, closing the
first stage demand limit contact will put the unit on the first demand limit level. The unit will not exceed the percentage of capacity entered as Demand Limit Switch 1 set point. Closing
contacts on the second demand limit switch prevents the unit
from exceeding the capacity entered as Demand Limit Switch
2 set point. The demand limit stage that is set to the lowest demand takes priority if both demand limit inputs are closed. If
the demand limit percentage does not match unit staging, the
unit will limit capacity to the closest capacity stage.
To disable demand limit configure the DMDC to 0. See
Table 27.
EXTERNALLY POWERED DEMAND LIMIT (4 to
20 mA Controlled) — To configure Demand Limit for 4 to 20
mA control set the Demand Limit Select (DMDC) [Configuration, RSET] to 2. Then configure the Demand Limit at 20 mA
(DM20) [Configuration, RSET] to the maximum loadshed value desired. Connect the output from an externally powered 4 to
20 mA signal to terminal block TB6, terminals 1 and 5. Refer
to the unit wiring diagram for these connections to the optional/
accessory Energy Management Module and terminal block.
The control will reduce allowable capacity to this level for the
20 mA signal. See Table 27 and Fig. 21A.
LEGEND
EWT
LWT
— Entering Water (Fluid) Temperature
— Leaving Water (Fluid) Temperature
Fig. 18 — Standard Chilled Fluid
Temperature Control — No Reset
Demand Limit — Demand Limit is a feature that allows
the unit capacity to be limited during periods of peak energy usage. There are 3 types of demand limiting that can be configured. The first type is through 2-stage switch control, which will
reduce the maximum capacity to 2 user-configurable percentages. The second type is by 4 to 20 mA signal input which will reduce the maximum capacity linearly between 100% at a 4 mA
input signal (no reduction) down to the user-configurable level
at a 20 mA input signal. The third type uses the CNN Loadshed
module and has the ability to limit the current operating capacity to maximum and further reduce the capacity if required.
NOTE: The 2-stage switch control and 4- to 20-mA input signal types of demand limiting require the Energy Management
Module (EMM).
To use Demand Limit, select the type of demand limiting to
use. Then configure the Demand Limit set points based on the
type selected.
DEMAND LIMIT (2-Stage Switch Controlled) — To configure Demand Limit for 2-stage switch control set the Demand
Limit Select (DMDC) [Configuration, RSET] to 1. Then
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MAX. ALLOWABLE LOAD (%)
100
50% CAPACITY AT 20 mA
80
60
40 100% CAPACITY AT 4 mA
75% CAPACITY AT 12 mA
20
0
0
2
4
6
12
8
10
14
DEMAND LIMIT SIGNAL – 4 - 20 mA INPUT
16
18
20
Fig. 21A — 4- to 20-mA Demand Limiting
Redline command is received, the current stage of capacity is
set to the maximum stages available. Should the loadshed control send a Loadshed command, the ComfortLink control will
reduce the current stages by the value entered for Loadshed
Demand delta. The Maximum Loadshed Time is the maximum
length of time that a loadshed condition is allowed to exist. The
control will disable the Redline/Loadshed command if no Cancel command has been received within the configured maximum loadshed time limit.
Care should be taken when interfacing with other manufacturer’s control systems, due to possible power supply
differences, full wave bridge versus half wave rectification.
The two different power supplies cannot be mixed.
ComfortLink™ controls use half wave rectification. A signal isolation device should be utilized if a full wave bridge
signal generating device is used.
Cooling Set Point (4 to 20 mA) — A field supplied
and generated, externally powered 4 to 20 mA signal can be
used to provide the leaving fluid temperature set point. Connect
the signal to TB6-3,5 (+,–). See Table 27 for instructions to
enable the function. Figure 21B shows how the 4 to 20 mA signal is linearly calculated on an overall 10 F to 80 F range for
fluid types (FLUD) 1 or 2 [Configuration, OPT1]. The set point
will be limited by the fluid (FLUD) type. Be sure that the
chilled water loop is protected at the lowest temperature.
DEMAND LIMIT (CCN Loadshed Controlled) — To configure Demand Limit for CCN Loadshed control set the Demand Limit Select (DMDC) [Configuration, RSET] to 3. Then
configure the Loadshed Group Number (SHNM), Loadshed
Demand Delta (SHDL), and Maximum Loadshed Time
(SHTM) [Configuration, RSET]. See Table 27.
The Loadshed Group number is established by the CCN
system designer. The ComfortLink control will respond to a
Redline command from the Loadshed control. When the
100
(38)
90
(32)
80
(27)
SET POINT, F (C)
70
(21)
MAXIMUM
SET POINT
70 F (21.1 C)
60
(15)
50
(10)
40
(4.4)
(FLUD = 1) MINIMUM
SET POINT 38 F (3.3 C)
30
(-1)
20
(-7)
(FLUD = 2) MINIMUM
SET POINT 14 F (-10 C)
10
(-12)
0
(-17)
4
6.3
8.6
10.9
13.1
15.4
4 TO 20 mA SIGNAL TO EMM
EMM — Energy Management Module
Fig. 21B — Cooling Set Point (4 to 20 mA)
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17.7
20
Table 27 — Configuring Demand Limit
MODE
CONFIGURATION
KEYPAD
ENTRY
SUB-MODE
KEYPAD
ENTRY
ITEM
DISPLAY
ITEM EXPANSION
ENTER
DISP
ENTER
TEST
ON/OFF
Test Display LEDs
UNIT
ENTER
TYPE
X
Unit Type
OPT1
ENTER
FLUD
X
Cooler Fluid
OPT2
ENTER
CTRL
X
Control Method
RSET
ENTER
CRST
X
Cooling Reset Type
COMMENT
Default: 0
0 = None
1 = Switch
2 = 4 to 20 mA Input
3 = CCN Loadshed
DMDC*
X
Demand Limit Select
DM20
XXX %
Demand Limit at 20 mA
Default: 100%
Range: 0 to 100
SHNM
XXX
Loadshed Group
Number
Default: 0
Range: 0 to 99
SHDL
XXX%
Loadshed Demand
Delta
Default: 0%
Range: 0 to 60%
SHTM
XXX MIN
Maximum Loadshed
Time
Default: 60 min.
Range: 0 to 120 min.
DLS1
XXX %
Demand Limit
Switch 1
Default: 80%
Range: 0 to 100%
DLS2
XXX %
Demand Limit
Switch 2
Default: 50%
Range: 0 to 100%
*Seven items skipped in this example.
TROUBLESHOOTING
OPEN 24-V CONTROL CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) — Determine the cause of the failure and correct. Reset circuit breaker(s). Restart is automatic after MBB start-up cycle is complete.
COOLING LOAD SATISFIED — Unit shuts down when
cooling load has been satisfied. Unit restarts when required to
satisfy leaving fluid temperature set point.
THERMISTOR FAILURE — If a thermistor fails in either an
open or shorted condition, the unit will be shut down. Replace
T1, T2, or T9 as required. Unit restarts automatically, but must
be reset manually by resetting the alarm with the Scrolling
Marquee as shown in Table 24.
Complete Unit Stoppage and Restart — Possible causes for unit stoppage and reset methods are shown below. (See Table 28 also.) Refer to Fig. 22-26 for Component
Arrangement and Control Wiring Diagrams.
GENERAL POWER FAILURE — After power is restored,
restart is automatic through normal MBB start-up.
UNIT ENABLE-OFF-REMOTE CONTACT SWITCH IS
OFF — When the switch is OFF, the unit will stop immediately. Place the switch in the ENABLE position for local switch
control or in the REMOTE CONTACT position for control
through remote contact closure.
CHILLED FLUID PROOF-OF-FLOW SWITCH OPEN —
After the problem causing the loss of flow has been corrected,
reset is manual by resetting the alarm with the Scrolling Marquee as shown in Table 24.
OPEN HIGH-PRESSURE SWITCH(ES) — Determine and
correct the cause of the failure. The switch automatically resets,
but the unit must be reset manually by resetting the alarm with
the Scrolling Marquee as shown in Table 24.
OPEN COMPRESSOR INTERNAL THERMAL PROTECTION — This switch provides compressor over temperature protection. Determine and correct the cause of the problem. The switch resets automatically, but the unit must be reset
manually resetting the alarm with the Scrolling Marquee as
shown in Table 24.
If unit stoppage occurs more than once as a result of any of
the safety devices listed, determine and correct cause
before attempting another restart.
LOW SATURATED SUCTION — Several conditions can
lead to low saturated suction alarms and the chiller controls
have several override modes built in which will attempt to keep
the chiller from shutting down. Low fluid flow, low refrigerant
charge and plugged filter driers are the main causes for this
condition. To avoid permanent damage and potential freezing
of the system, do NOT repeatedly reset these alert and/or alarm
conditions without identifying and correcting the cause(s).
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Table 28 — Troubleshooting
SYMPTOMS
Cooler Circulating Pump Does
Not Run
CAUSE
Power line open
Control fuse or circuit breaker open
Compressor over temperature sensor open (06D)
Tripped power breaker
Cooler circulating pump not running
Loose terminal connection
Improperly wired controls
Low line voltage
Compressor motor defective
Compressor Cycles
Off on Loss of Charge
Compressor Cycles Off on Out
of Range Condition
Compressor Shuts Down on
High-Pressure Control
Unit Operates Too Long
or Continuously
Unusual or Loud System
Noises
Seized compressor
Loss of charge control erratic in action
Low refrigerant charge
Low suction temperature
Thermistor failure
System load was reduced faster than controller
could remove stages
Temperature controller deadband setting is too low
High-pressure control acting erratically
Compressor discharge valve partially closed
Noncondensables in system
Condenser scaled/dirty
Condenser water pump or fans not operating
System overcharged with refrigerant
Low refrigerant charge
Control contacts fused
Air in system
Partially plugged or plugged expansion valve or filter
drier
Defective insulation
Service load
Inefficient compressor
Piping vibration
Expansion valve hissing
Compressor noisy
Compressor Loses Oil
Hot Liquid Line
Frosted Liquid Line
Frosted Suction Line
Freeze-Up
Leak in system
Mechanical damage (Failed seals or broken scrolls)
Oil trapped in line
Shortage of refrigerant due to leak
Shutoff valve partially closed or restricted
Restricted filter drier
Expansion valve admitting excess refrigerant (note:
this is a normal condition for brine applications)
Improper charging
System not drained for winter shutdown
Loose Thermistor
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REMEDY
Reset circuit breaker.
Check control circuit for ground or short. Reset
breaker and replace fuse.
Find cause of high temperature and reset controls.
Check the controls. Find the cause of trip and reset
breaker.
Power off — restart.
Pump binding — free pump.
Incorrect wiring —rewire.
Pump motor burned out — replace.
Check connections.
Check wiring and rewire if necessary.
Check line voltage — determine location of
voltage drop and remedy deficiency.
Check motor winding for open or short.
Replace compressor if necessary.
Replace compressor.
Repair leak and recharge.
Replace control.
Add refrigerant.
Raise cooler leaving fluid temperature set point.
Replace thermistor.
Unit will restart after fluid temperature rises back into
the control band. Avoid rapidly removing system
load.
Raise deadband setting.
Replace control.
Open valve or replace (if defective).
Purge system.
Clean condenser.
Start pump — repair or replace if defective.
Reduce charge.
Add refrigerant.
Replace control.
Purge system.
Clean or replace as needed.
Replace or repair as needed.
Keep doors and windows closed.
Check valves, and replace if necessary.
Support piping as required.
Check for loose pipe connections
Add refrigerant.
Check for plugged liquid line filter drier.
Replace compressor (worn bearings).
Check for loose compressor holddown bolts.
Repair leak.
Replace compressor.
Check piping for oil traps.
Repair leak and recharge.
Open valve or remove restriction.
Replace filter drier.
Adjust expansion valve. Replace valve if defective.
Make sure a full quantity of fluid is flowing through
the cooler while charging, and suction pressure in
cooler is equal to or greater than pressure corresponding to 32 F (0° C) (58 psig [400 kPa] for
Refrigerant 22).
Recommended that system be filled with an appropriate glycol mixture to prevent freezing of pumps
and fluid tubing.
Verify thermistors are fully inserted in wells.
C
CB
CHC
CWP
EMM
FC
FIOP
FU
GND
MBB
MM
MMPT
MS
NEC
SW
TB
TRAN
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Contactor, Compressor
Circuit Breaker
Cooler/Pump Heater Contactor
Chilled Water Pump
Energy Management
Fan Contactor
Factory-Installed Option
Fuse
Ground
Main Base Board
Motormaster®
Motormaster Pressure Transducer
Manual Starter
National Electrical Code
Switch
Terminal Block
Transformer
Factory Wiring
Field Wiring
Accessory or Option Wiring
Fig. 22 — Component Arrangement — 30RA010-030
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C
CB
CHC
CWP
EMM
FC
FIOP
FU
GND
MBB
MM
MMPT
MS
NEC
SW
TB
TRAN
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Contactor, Compressor
Circuit Breaker
Cooler/Pump Heater Contactor
Chilled Water Pump
Energy Management
Fan Contactor
Factory-Installed Option
Fuse
Ground
Main Base Board
Motormaster®
Motormaster Pressure Transducer
Manual Starter
National Electrical Code
Switch
Terminal Block
Transformer
Factory Wiring
Field Wiring
Accessory or Option Wiring
Fig. 23 — Component Arrangement — 30RA032-040
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C
CB
CHC
CWP
EMM
FC
FIOP
FU
GND
MBB
MM
MMPT
MS
NEC
SW
TB
TRAN
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Contactor, Compressor
Circuit Breaker
Cooler/Pump Heater Contactor
Chilled Water Pump
Energy Management
Fan Contactor
Factory-Installed Option
Fuse
Ground
Main Base Board
Motormaster®
Motormaster Pressure Transducer
Manual Starter
National Electrical Code
Switch
Terminal Block
Transformer
Factory Wiring
Field Wiring
Accessory or Option Wiring
Fig. 24 — Component Arrangement — 30RA042-055
50
51
A
CWPI
CWP
EMM
FIOP
NEC
SPT
TB
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Factory-Installed Wiring
Field Control Wiring
LEGEND
Alarm
Chilled Water Pump Interlock
Chilled Water Pump
Energy Management
Factory-Installed Option
National Electrical Code
Space Temperature
Terminal Block
Field Power Wiring
Fig. 25 — Control and Field Power Wiring Diagram — 30RA010-030
NOTES:
1. Factory wiring is in accordance with UL 1995 standards. Field modifications
or additions must be in compliance with all applicable codes.
2. Wiring for main field supply must be rated 75 C minimum. Use copper for all
units. Maximum incoming wire size for the terminal block is #2/0 AWG. Maximum incoming wire size for 60 and 100 amp non-fused disconnect is
#1 AWG. Maximum incoming wire size for 250 amp non-fused disconnect is
350 kcmil.
3. Terminals 9 and 10 of TB5 are for field external connections for remote onoff. The contacts must be rated for dry circuit application capable of handling
a 24 vac load up to 50 mA.
4. Terminals 1 and 2 of TB5 are connected to the factory-installed chilled water
flow switch (CWFS). To add chilled water pump interlock contacts, remove
the orange harness wire from TB5-1 and wire contacts in series as shown.
The contacts must be rated for dry circuit application capable of handling a
24 vac load up to 50 mA.
5. Terminals 11 and 13 of TB5 are for control of chilled water pump 1 (CWP1)
starter. Terminals 13 and 15 of TB5 are for control of chilled water pump 2
(CWP2) starter. The maximum load allowed for the chilled water pump relay
is 5 va sealed, 10 va inrush at 24 v. Field power supply is not required.
6. Terminals 12 and 13 of TB5 are for an alarm relay. The maximum load
allowed for the alarm relay is 5 va sealed, 10 va inrush at 24 v. Field power
supply is not required.
7. Make appropriate connections to TB6 as shown for energy management
board options. The contacts for demand limit and ice done options must be
rated for dry circuit application capable of handling a 24 vac load up to
50 mA.
8. Care should be taken when interfacing with other manufacturer’s control
systems due to possible power supply differences: full wave bridge versus
half wave rectification. The two different power supplies cannot be mixed.
ComfortLink™ controls use half wave rectification. A signal isolation device
should be utilized if a full wave bridge signal generating device is used.
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Fig. 26 — Control and Field Power Wiring Diagram — 30RA032-055
NOTES:
1. Factory wiring is in accordance with UL 1995 standards. Field modifications
or additions must be in compliance with all applicable codes.
2. Wiring for main field supply must be rated 75 C minimum. Use copper for all
units. Maximum incoming wire size for the terminal block is 350 kcmil. Maximum incoming wire size for 100 amp non-fused disconnect is #1 AWG. Maximum incoming wire size for 250 amp non-fused disconnect is 350 kcmil.
3. Terminals 9 and 10 of TB5 are for field external connections for remote on-off.
The contacts must be rated for dry circuit application capable of handling a
24 vac load up to 50 mA.
4. Terminals 1 and 2 of TB5 are connected to the factory-installed chilled water
flow switch (CWFS). To add chilled water pump interlock contacts, remove the
orange harness wire from TB5-1 and wire contacts in series as shown. The
contacts must be rated for dry circuit application capable of handling a 24 vac
load up to 50 mA.
5. Terminals 11 and 13 of TB5 are for control of chilled water pump 1 (CWP1)
starter. Terminals 13 and 15 of TB5 are for control of chilled water pump 2
(CWP2) starter. The maximum load allowed for the chilled water pump relay
is 5 va sealed, 10 va inrush at 24 v. Field power supply is not required.
6. Terminals 12 and 13 of TB5 are for an alarm relay. The maximum load
allowed for the alarm relay is 75 va sealed, 360 va inrush at 115 v. Field
power supply is not required.
7. Make appropriate connections to TB6 as shown for energy management
board options. The contacts for demand limit and ice done options must be
rated for dry circuit application capable of handling a 24 vac load up to 50 mA.
8. Care should be taken when interfacing with other manufacturer’s control
systems due to possible power supply differences: full wave bridge versus
half wave rectification. The two different power supplies cannot be mixed.
ComfortLink™ controls use half wave rectification. A signal isolation device
should be utilized if a full wave bridge signal generating device is used.
A
CWPI
CWP
EMM
FIOP
NEC
SPT
TB
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Factory-Installed Wiring
Field Control Wiring
LEGEND
Alarm
Chilled Water Pump Interlock
Chilled Water Pump
Energy Management
Factory-Installed Option
National Electrical Code
Space Temperature
Terminal Block
Field Power Wiring
Alarms and Alerts — These are warnings of abnormal
ALL CURRENT ALARMS” is displayed. Press ENTER .
The control will prompt the user for a password, by displaying
PASS and WORD. Press ENTER to display the default password, 1111. Press ENTER for each character. If the password
has been changed, use the arrow keys to change each individual character. Toggle the display to “YES” and press ENTER .
The alarms will be reset.
or fault conditions, and may cause either one circuit or the
whole unit to shut down. They are assigned code numbers as
described in Table 29.
Automatic alarms will reset without operator intervention if
the condition corrects itself. The following method must be
used to reset manual alarms:
Before resetting any alarm, first determine the cause of the
alarm and correct it. Enter the Alarms mode indicated by the
LED on the side of the Scrolling Marquee Display. Press
until the sub-menu item RCRN “RESET
ENTER and
Table 29 — Alarm and Alert Codes
ALARM/
ALERT
CODE
ALARM
OR
ALERT
WHY WAS THIS
ALARM
GENERATED?
T051
Alert
Circuit A, Compressor 1
Failure
Compressor feedback signal
does not match relay state
T052
Alert
Circuit A, Compressor 2
Failure
T055
Alert
T056
RESET
METHOD
PROBABLE
CAUSE
Compressor A1 shut
down.
Manual
High-pressure switch open,
faulty auxiliary contacts, loss
of condenser air, liquid
valve closed, filter drier
plugged, non-condensables,
operation beyond capability.
Compressor feedback signal
does not match relay state
Compressor A2 shut
down.
Manual
High-pressure switch open,
faulty auxiliary contacts, loss
of condenser air, liquid
valve closed, filter drier
plugged, non-condensables,
operation beyond capability.
Circuit B, Compressor 1
Failure
Compressor feedback signal
does not match relay state
Compressor B1 shut
down.
Manual
High-pressure switch open,
faulty auxiliary contacts, loss
of condenser air, liquid
valve closed, filter drier
plugged, non-condensables,
operation beyond capability.
Alert
Circuit B, Compressor 2
Failure
Compressor feedback signal
does not match relay state
Compressor B2 shut
down.
Manual
High-pressure switch open,
faulty auxiliary contacts, loss
of condenser air, liquid
valve closed, filter drier
plugged, non-condensables,
operation beyond capability.
A060
Alarm
Cooler Leaving Fluid
Thermistor Failure (T1)
Thermistor outside range of
–40 to 245 F (–40 to 118 C)
Chiller shutdown
immediately
Automatic Thermistor failure, damaged
cable/wire or wiring error.
A061
Alarm
Cooler Entering Fluid
Thermistor Failure (T2)
Thermistor outside range of
–40 to 245 F (–40 to 118 C)
Chiller shutdown
immediately
Automatic Thermistor failure, damaged
cable/wire or wiring error.
T068
None
Circuit A Return Gas Thermistor Failure
If return gas sensors are
enabled (RG.EN) and
thermistor is outside range of
–40 to 245 F (–40 to 118 C)
None
Automatic Thermistor failure, damaged
cable/wire or wiring error.
T069
None
Circuit B Return Gas Thermistor Failure
If return gas sensors are
enabled (RG.EN) and
thermistor is outside range of
–40 to 245 F –40 to 118 C)
None
Automatic Thermistor failure, damaged
cable/wire or wiring error.
T073
Alert
Outside Air Thermistor
Failure (T9)
Thermistor outside range of
–40 to 245 F (–40 to 118 C)
Temperature reset
disabled. Chiller runs
under normal control/set
points. When capacity
reaches 0, cooler/pump
heaters are energized.
Automatic Thermistor failure, damaged
cable/wire or wiring error.
T074
Alert
Space Temperature
Thermistor Failure (T10)
Thermistor outside range of
–40 to 245 F (–40 to 118 C)
Temperature reset
disabled. Chiller runs
under normal control/set
points.
Automatic Thermistor failure, damaged
cable/wire or wiring error.
T077
Alert
Circuit A Saturated
Suction Temperature
exceeds Cooler Leaving
Fluid Temperature
Faulty expansion valve,
suction pressure transducer
or leaving fluid thermistor
(T1).
Circuit A shutdown after
pumpdown complete.
Automatic Faulty expansion valve or
suction pressure transducer
(T5) or leaving fluid
thermistor (T1).
T078
Alert
Circuit B Saturated
Suction Temperature
exceeds Cooler Leaving
Fluid Temperature
Faulty expansion valve,
suction pressure transducer
or leaving fluid thermistor
(T1).
Circuit B shutdown after
pumpdown complete
Automatic Faulty expansion valve or
suction pressure transducer
(T6) or leaving fluid
thermistor (T1).
T079
Alert
Lead/Lag LWT
Thermistor Failure
Thermistor outside range of
–40 to 245 F (–40 to 118 C)
Chiller runs as a stand
alone machine
Automatic Dual LWT thermistor failure,
damaged cable/wire or
wiring error.
T090
Alert
Circuit A Discharge
Pressure Transducer Failure
Voltage ratio more than
99.9% or less than .5%.
Circuit A shut down
Automatic Transducer failure, poor
connection to MBB, or wiring
damage/error.
T091
Alert
Circuit B Discharge
Pressure Transducer Failure
Voltage ratio more than
99.9% or less than .5%.
Circuit B shut down
Automatic Transducer failure, poor
connection to MBB, or wiring
damage/error.
T092
Alert
Circuit A Suction
Pressure Transducer Failure
Voltage ratio more than
99.9% or less than .5%.
Circuit A shut down
Automatic Transducer failure, poor
connection to MBB, or wiring
damage/error.
DESCRIPTION
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ACTION TAKEN
BY CONTROL
Table 29 — Alarm and Alert Codes (cont)
ALARM/
ALERT
CODE
ALARM
OR
ALERT
T093
Alert
Circuit B Suction
Pressure Transducer
Failure
Voltage ratio more than
99.9% or less than .5%.
Circuit B shut down
T110
Alert
Circuit A Loss of Charge
If the compressors are off
and discharge pressure
reading is < 10 psig for
30 sec.
Circuit not allowed to
start.
Manual
Refrigerant leak or
transducer failure
T111
Alert
Circuit B Loss of Charge
If the compressors are off
and discharge pressure
reading is < 10 psig for
30 sec.
Circuit not allowed to
start.
Manual
Refrigerant leak or
transducer failure
T112
Alert
Circuit A High Saturated
Suction Temperature
Circuit saturated suction
temperature pressure
transducer > 60 F (15.6 C)
for 5 minutes
Circuit shut down
Manual
Faulty Expansion valve,
faulty suction pressure
transducer or high entering
fluid temperature.
T113
Alert
Circuit B High Saturated
Suction Temperature
Circuit saturated suction
temperature pressure
transducer > 60 F (15.6 C)
for 5 minutes
Circuit shut down
Manual
Faulty Expansion valve,
faulty suction pressure
transducer or high entering
fluid temperature.
T114
Alert
Circuit A Low Suction
Superheat
Return gas sensor enabled
and suction superheat is
more than 10° F (5.6 C)
below the suction superheat
set point for 5 minutes.
Circuit A shut down after
pumpdown complete.
Automatic restart
after first daily
occurrence.
Manual restart
thereafter.
Faulty expansion valve,
faulty suction pressure
transducer, faulty suction gas
thermistor, circuit
overcharged
T115
Alert
Circuit B Low Suction
Superheat
Return gas sensor enabled
and suction superheat is
more than 10° F (5.6 C)
below the suction superheat
set point for 5 minutes.
Circuit B shut down after
pumpdown complete.
Automatic restart
after first daily
occurrence.
Manual restart
thereafter.
Faulty expansion valve,
faulty suction pressure
transducer, faulty suction
gas thermistor, circuit
overcharged
T116
Alert
Circuit A Low Cooler
Suction Temperature
Circuit shut down
Mode 7 caused the compressor to unload 6 consecutive times with less than a
30-minute interval between
each circuit shutdown.
Manual
Faulty expansion valve, low
refrigerant charge, plugged
filter drier, faulty suction
pressure transducer, low
cooler fluid flow
T117
Alert
Circuit B Low Cooler
Suction Temperature
Circuit shut down
Mode 8 caused the compressor to unload 6 consecutive times with less than a
30-minute interval between
each circuit shutdown.
Manual
Faulty expansion valve, low
refrigerant charge, plugged
filter drier, faulty suction
pressure transducer, low
cooler fluid flow
T126
Alert
Circuit A High
Discharge Pressure
SCT >Maximum condensing
temperature from operating
envelope
Circuit shut down
Automatic, only
after first 3 daily
occurrences.
Manual reset
thereafter. Reading from OAT sensor (T9) must drop
5 F (2.8 C) before
restart
Faulty transducer/high
pressure switch, low/
restricted condenser
airflow
T127
Alert
Circuit B High
Discharge Pressure
SCT >Maximum condensing
temperature from operating
envelope
Circuit shut down
Automatic, only
after first 3 daily
occurrences. Manual reset thereafter.
Reading from OAT
sensor (T9) must
drop 5 F (2.8 C)
before restart
Faulty transducer/high
pressure switch, low/
restricted condenser
airflow
T133
Alert
Circuit A Low Suction
Pressure
Suction pressure below
15 psig for 8 seconds or
below 8 psig
Circuit shut down
Automatic
restart after first
daily occurrence.
Manual restart
thereafter.
Faulty or plugged TXV, low
refrigerant charge, TXV out
of adjustment, liquid
line valve partially closed
T134
Alert
Circuit B Low Suction
Pressure
Suction pressure below
15 psig for 8 seconds or
below 8 psig
Circuit shut down
Automatic
restart after first
daily occurrence.
Manual restart
thereafter.
Faulty or plugged TXV, low
refrigerant charge, TXV out
of adjustment, liquid
line valve partially closed
DESCRIPTION
WHY WAS THIS
ALARM
GENERATED?
ACTION TAKEN
BY CONTROL
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RESET
METHOD
PROBABLE
CAUSE
Automatic
Transducer failure, poor
connection to MBB, or wiring
damage/error.
Table 29 — Alarm and Alert Codes (cont)
ALARM/
ALERT
CODE
ALARM
OR
ALERT
A140
Alert
Reverse Rotation
Detected
Incoming chiller power
leads not phased correctly
Chiller not allowed to
start.
Manual
Reverse any two
incoming power
leads to correct.
Check for correct fan
rotation first.
A150
Alarm
Emergency Stop
CCN emergency stop
command received
Chiller shutdown
without going through
pumpdown.
Automatic once CCN
command for
EMSTOP returns to
normal
CCN Network
command.
A151
Alarm
Illegal Configuration
One or more illegal
configurations exists.
Chiller is not allowed to
start.
Manual once
configuration errors
are corrected
Configuration error.
Check unit settings.
A152
Alarm
Unit Down Due to
Failure
Both circuits are down due
to alarms/alerts.
Chiller is unable
to run.
Automatic once
alarms/alerts are
cleared that prevent
the chiller from
starting.
Alarm notifies user
that chiller is 100%
down.
T153
Alert
Real Time Clock
Hardware Failure
Internal clock on MBB fails
Occupancy schedule
will not be used. Chiller
defaults to Local On
mode.
Automatic when
correct clock control
restarts.
Time/Date/Month/
Day/Year not
properly set.
A154
Alarm
Serial EEPROM
Hardware Failure
Hardware failure with MBB
Chiller is unable
to run.
Manual
Main Base Board
failure.
T155
Alert
Serial EEPROM
Storage Failure
Configuration/storage
failure with MBB
No Action
Manual
Potential failure of
MBB. Download
current operating
software. Replace
MBB if error occurs
again.
A156
Alarm
Critical Serial EEPROM
Storage Failure
Configuration/storage
failure with MBB
Chiller is not allowed
to run.
Manual
Main Base Board
failure.
A157
Alarm
A/D Hardware Failure
Hardware failure with
peripheral device
Chiller is not allowed
to run.
Manual
Main Base Board
failure.
A189
Alarm
Cooler pump auxiliary
contact inputs miswired
Pump 1 (2) aux contacts
closed when pump 2 (1)
energized.
Both pump outputs
are turned off.
Manual
Wiring error, faulty
pump contactor
auxiliary contacts.
T173
Alert
Loss of Communication
with EMM
MBB loses communication
with EMM
4 to 20 mA
temperature reset
disabled. Demand
Limit set to 100%. 4 to
20 mA set point
disabled.
Automatic
Wiring error, faulty
wiring or failed
Energy Management Module (EMM).
T174
Alert
4 to 20 mA Cooling Set
Point Input Failure
If configured with EMM and
input less than 2 mA or
greater than 22 mA
Set point function
disabled. Chiller
controls to CSP1.
Automatic
Faulty signal
generator, wiring
error, or faulty EMM.
T176
Alert
4 to 20 mA
Temperature Reset
Input Failure
If configured with EMM
and input less than 2 mA or
greater than 22 mA
Reset function
disabled. Chiller
returns to normal set
point control.
Automatic
Faulty signal
generator, wiring
error, or faulty EMM.
T177
Alert
4 to 20 mA Demand
Limit Input Failure
If configured with EMM and
input less than 2 mA or
greater than 22 mA
Demand limit function
disabled. Chiller
returns to 100%
demand limit
control.
Automatic
Faulty signal
generator, wiring
error, or faulty EMM.
T189
Alarm
Cooler pump 2 and
Aux Contact Input
miswired
Alarm is generated when
the pump’s aux contacts
close when a pump is
called for
Chiller not allowed to
start
Manual
Wiring error
T190
Alert
Cooler pump 1 Aux
Contacts Failed to Close
at Start-Up
Pump 1 Auxiliary Contacts
did not close within
26 seconds after pump
was started
Pump 1 turned off.
Pump 2 will be started
if available.
Manual
Wiring error, faulty
contacts on pump
contactor
T191
Alert
Cooler pump 2 Aux
Contacts Failed to Close
at Start-Up
Pump 2 Auxiliary Contacts
did not close within
26 seconds after pump
was started
Pump 2 turned off.
Pump 1 will be started
if available.
Manual
Wiring error, faulty
contacts on pump
contactor
T192
Alert
Cooler pump 1 Failed
to Provide Flow at
Start-Up
Pump 1 did not provide
flow to close flow switch
within 60 seconds
Pump 1 turned off.
Pump 2 will be started
if available.
Manual
Wiring error, pump
circuit breaker
tripped, contactor
failure
T193
Alert
Cooler pump 2 Failed
to Provide Flow at
Start-Up
Pump 2 did not provide
flow to close flow switch
within 60 seconds
Pump 1 turned off.
Pump 2 will be started
if available.
Manual
Wiring error, pump
circuit breaker
tripped, contactor
failure
T194
Alert
Cooler pump 1 Aux
Contacts Opened
During Normal
Operation
Pump 1 Auxiliary Contacts
open for 26 seconds after
initially made. All
compressors shut down.
Pump 1 turned off.
Pump 2 will be started
if available. Chiller
allowed to run if
Pump 2 successfully
starts.
Manual
Wiring error, faulty
contacts on pump
contactor
T195
Alert
Cooler pump 2 Aux
Contacts Opened
During Normal
Operation
Pump 2 Auxiliary Contacts
open for 26 seconds after
initially made. All
compressors shut down.
Pump 2 turned off.
Pump 1 will be started
if available. Chiller
allowed to run if
Pump 1 successfully
starts.
Manual
Wiring error, faulty
contacts on pump
contactor
DESCRIPTION
WHY WAS THIS
ALARM
GENERATED?
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ACTION TAKEN
BY CONTROL
RESET
METHOD
PROBABLE
CAUSE
Table 29 — Alarm and Alert Codes (cont)
ALARM/
ALERT
CODE
ALARM
OR
ALERT
DESCRIPTION
T196
Alert
Flow Lost While Pump 1
Running
T197
Alert
T198
WHY WAS THIS
ALARM
GENERATED?
ACTION TAKEN
BY CONTROL
RESET
METHOD
PROBABLE
CAUSE
Cooler flow switch contacts
open for 3 seconds after
initially made
All compressors
shut down. Pump 1
turned off. Pump 2 will
be started if available.
Chiller allowed to run if
Pump 2 successfully
starts and flow switch
is closed.
Manual
Wiring error, pump
circuit breaker
tripped, contactor failure
Flow Lost While Pump 2
Running
Cooler flow switch contacts
open for 3 seconds after
initially made
All compressors shut
down. Pump 2 turned
off. Pump 1 will be
started if available.
Chiller allowed to run if
Pump 1 successfully
starts and flow switch
is closed.
Manual
Wiring error, pump
circuit breaker
tripped, contactor
failure
Alert
Cooler pump 1 Aux
Contacts Closed While
Pump Off
Pump 1 Auxiliary Contacts
closed for 26 seconds
when pump state is off
Chiller not allowed to
start
Automatic when
aux contacts open
Wiring error, faulty
pump contactor
(welded contacts)
T199
Alert
Cooler pump 2 Aux
Contacts Closed While
Pump Off
Pump 2 Auxiliary Contacts
closed for 26 seconds
when pump state is off
Chiller not allowed to
start
Automatic when
aux contacts open
Wiring error, faulty
pump contactor
(welded contacts)
T200
Alert
Cooler Flow/Interlock
Contacts failed to Close
at start-up
Cooler flow switch contacts
failed to close within
1 minute (if cooler pump
control is enabled) or
within 5 minutes (if cooler
pump control is not
enabled) after start-up
Chiller not allowed to
start. For models with
dual pumps, the
second pump will be
started if available
Manual
Wiring error, pump
circuit breaker
tripped, contactor
failure, faulty flow
switch or interlock
A201
Alarm
Cooler Flow/Interlock
Contacts Opened
During Normal
Operation
Flow switch opens for at
least 3 seconds after
being initially closed
All compressors shut
down. For models with
dual pumps, the
second pump will be
started if available
Manual
Cooler pump failure,
faulty flow switch or
interlock, pump
circuit breaker
tripped
A202
Alarm
Cooler Pump Interlock
Closed When Pump is
Off
If configured for cooler
pump control and flow
switch input is closed for
5 minutes while pump
output(s) are off
Chiller shut down
T203
Alert
Loss of Communication
with slave chiller
Master chiller MBB
loses communication
with slave chiller MBB
Dual chiller control
disabled. Chiller runs
as a stand-alone
machine.
Automatic
Wiring error, faulty
wiring, failed Slave
chiller MBB module,
power loss at slave
chiller, wrong slave
address.
T204
Alert
Loss of Communication
with master chiller
Slave chiller MBB loses
communication with
master chiller MBB
Dual chiller control
disabled. Chiller runs
as a stand-alone
machine
Automatic
Wiring error, faulty
wiring, failed master
chiller MBB module,
power loss at Master
chiller.
T205
Alert
Master and slave chiller
with same address
Master and slave chiller
have the same CCN
address (CCN.A)
Dual chiller routine
disabled. Master/slave
run as stand-alone
chillers.
Automatic
CCN Address for
both chillers is the
same. Must be
different. Check
CCN.A under the
OPT2 sub-mode in
Configuration at both
chillers.
T206
Alert
High Leaving Chilled
Water Temperature
LWT read is greater than
LCW Alert Limit, Total
capacity is 100% and LWT
is greater than LWT
reading one minute ago
Alert only. No action
taken.
Automatic
Building load greater
than unit capacity,
low water/brine flow
or compressor fault.
Check for other
alarms/alerts.
A207
Alarm
Cooler Freeze
Protection
Cooler EWT or LWT is less
than Brine Freeze (BR.FZ)
Chiller shutdown
without going through
pumpdown. Cooler
pump continues to
run a minimum of
5 minutes (if control
enabled).
Both EWT and LWT
must be at least 6 F
(3.3 C) above Brine
Freeze point (BR.FZ).
Automatic for first,
Manual reset thereafter.
A208
Alarm
EWT or LWT
Thermistor failure
Cooler EWT is less than
LWT by 3° F (1.7° C) for
1 minute after a circuit is
started
Chiller shutdown.
Cooler pump shut off
(if control enabled).
Manual
T300
Alert
Cooler Pump 1
Scheduled
Maintenance Due
Pump 1 Service
Countdown (P.1.DN)
expired. Complete pump 1
maintenance and enter
'YES' for Pump 1
Maintenance Done
(P.1.MN) item.
None
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Automatic when
aux contacts open
Automatic
Wiring error, faulty
pump contactor
(welded contacts)
Faulty thermistor
(T1/T2), low water
flow.
Faulty cooler pump,
low water flow,
plugged fluid strainer.
Routine pump
maintenance
required
Table 29 — Alarm and Alert Codes (cont)
ALARM/
ALERT
CODE
ALARM
OR
ALERT
T301
Alert
Cooler Pump 2
Scheduled
Maintenance Due
Pump 2 Service
Countdown (P.2.DN)
expired. Complete pump 2
maintenance and
enter 'YES' for Pump 1
Maintenance Done
(P.2.MN) item.
None
Automatic
Routine pump
maintenance
required
T302
Alert
Strainer Blowdown
Scheduled
Maintenance Due
Strainer Service
Countdown (S.T.DN)
expired. Complete strainer
blowdown and enter 'YES' for
Strainer Maintenance Done
(S.T.MN) item.
None
Automatic
Routine strainer
maintenance
required
T303
Alert
Condenser Coil
Maintenance Due
Coil Service Countdown
(C.L.DN) expired.
Complete condenser coil
cleaning and enter 'YES'
for Coil Maintenance Done
(C.L.MN) item.
None
Automatic
Routine condenser
coil maintenance
required
T950
Alert
Loss of Communication
with Water System
Manager
No communications have
been received by the MBB
within 5 minutes of last
transmission
WSM forces removed.
Chiller runs under own
control
Automatic
Failed module, wiring
error, failed
transformer, loose
connection plug,
wrong address
T951
Alert
Loss of Communication
with Flotronic™ System
Manager
No communications have
been received by the MBB
within 5 minutes of last
transmission
FSM forces removed.
Chiller runs under own
control
Automatic
Failed module, wiring
error, failed
transformer, loose
connection plug,
wrong address
T952
Alert
Loss of Communication
with Hydronic System
Manager
No communications have
been received by the MBB
within 5 minutes of last
transmission
HSM forces removed.
Chiller runs under own
control
Automatic
Failed module, wiring
error, failed
transformer, loose
connection plug,
wrong address
CCN
EMM
EWT
FSM
HSM
LCW
LWT
MBB
OAT
SCT
TXV
WSM
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
DESCRIPTION
WHY WAS THIS
ALARM
GENERATED?
LEGEND
Carrier Comfort Network
Energy Management Module
Entering Fluid Temperature
Flotronic™ System Manager
Hydronic System Manager
Leaving Chilled Water
Leaving Fluid Temperature
Main Base Board
Outdoor-Air Temperature
Saturated Condensing Temperature
Thermostatic Expansion Valve
Water System Manager
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ACTION TAKEN
BY CONTROL
RESET
METHOD
PROBABLE
CAUSE
Table 30 — Unit Torque Specification
SERVICE
FASTENER
Compressor Mounting
Bolts
Compressor Power
Connections
Compressor Ground
Terminal Connections
Oil Equalization
Line Fitting
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD.
Turn off all power to unit before servicing. The
ENABLE/OFF/REMOTE CONTACT switch
on control panel does not shut off control
power; use field disconnect.
Electronic Components
CONTROL COMPONENTS — Unit uses an advanced electronic control system that normally does not require service.
For details on controls refer to Operating Data section.
Access to the compressors is through latched panels from
beneath the control box on all models or from opposite the coil
side (sizes 010-030 only). The front door(s) provide access to
the compressor(s) and all components of the refrigeration system. For size 010-030 units, access to the controls is through
the upper latched outer door above the compressor access door.
Similarly, the upper center latched door on sizes 032-055 gives
access to the controls. Inner panels are secured in place and
should not be removed unless all power to the chiller is off.
RECOMMENDED TORQUE
10 to 14 ft-lb (13.5 to 18.9 N-m)
24 to 28 in.-lb (2.7- to 3.2 N-m)
14 to 18 in.-lb (1.6 to 2.0 N-m)
10 to 13 ft-lb (13.5 to 17.6 N-m)
Cooler
BRAZED-PLATE COOLER HEAT EXCHANGER REPLACEMENT — Brazed-plate heat exchangers cannot be
repaired if they develop a leak. If a leak (refrigerant or water)
develops, the heat exchanger must be replaced. To replace a
brazed plate heat exchanger:
1. Disconnect the liquid-in and liquid-out connections at the
heat exchanger.
2. Check that the replacement heat exchanger is the same as
the original heat exchanger. The unit insulation covers the
manufacturer’s part number. Make sure the depths of the
replacement and original cooler heat exchangers are the
same.
3. Reclaim the refrigerant from the system, and unsolder the
refrigerant-in and refrigerant-out connections.
4. Remove the old heat exchanger and the bracket that it is
mounted to. The replacement heat exchanger is supplied
attached to a new mounting bracket and is fully insulated.
It also includes a cooler heater. Use of the heater is not required unless the original cooler contained a factory installed heater.
5. Install the replacement heat exchanger in the unit and attach the mounting bracket hardware to the fan uprights
(sizes 010-030) or to the bottom bracket (sizes 032-055)
using the hardware removed in Step 4. Reconnect the
cooler heater if required.
6. Carefully braze the refrigerant lines to the connections on
the heat exchanger. Lines should be soldered using silver
as the soldering material with a minimum of 45% silver.
Keep the temperature below 1472 F (800 C) under normal soldering conditions (no vacuum) to prevent the copper solder of the brazed plate heat exchanger from changing its structure. Failure to do so can result in internal
or external leakage at the connections which cannot be repaired.
7. Reconnect the water/brine lines.
8. Dehydrate and recharge the unit. Check for leaks.
BRAZED-PLATE COOLER HEAT EXCHANGER
CLEANING — Brazed-plate heat exchangers must be
cleaned chemically. A professional cleaning service skilled in
chemical cleaning should be used. Use a weak acid (5% phosphoric acid, or if the heat exchanger is cleaned frequently, 5%
oxalic acid). Pump the cleaning solution through the
exchanger, preferably in a backflush mode. After cleaning,
rinse with large amounts of fresh water to dispose of all the
acid. Cleaning materials must be disposed of properly.
The factory-installed strainer screen in front of the water/
brine inlets of the heat exchangers should be cleaned periodically, depending on condition of the chiller water/brine.
Compressor Replacement (Refer to Fig. 2730) — All models contain scroll compressors and have from
one to four compressors. The size 010-030 units are a single refrigeration circuit while sizes 032-055 are dual circuit. A compressor is most easily removed from the front of the unit, depending on where clearance space was allowed during unit
installation.
Unscrew the junction box cover bolts and disconnect the
compressor power and ground connections. Remove the cable
from the compressor junction box. Remove the connections
from the internal thermostat and high-pressure switch (all compressors except SM110) or high-pressure switch connections
(SM110 only). Knock the same holes out of the new compressor junction box and install the cable connectors from the old
compressor. Remove the blockoff channel from below the control box.
Be sure the oil equalization line fitting is removed from the
old compressor and installed on the new compressor for those
models with dual compressor circuits. The compressors are
bolted to the unit basepan. Remove the 4 bolts holding the
compressor to the basepan. Save the mounting hardware for
use with the new compressor. Carefully cut the compressor
suction and discharge lines with a tubing cutter as close to the
compressor as feasible. For dual compressor circuits, do NOT
disturb the suction line tee at the backside of the compressors.
This tee contains a special tube that is required for proper oil
return. Remove high-pressure switch and pressure transducer(s) if required for compressor removal. Lift one corner of the
compressor at a time and remove all the rubber mounting
grommets. Remove the old compressor from the unit.
Slide the new compressor in place on the basepan. Lifting
one side of the compressor at a time, replace all of the compressor mounting grommets. Using new tubing or couplings as required, reconnect compressor suction and discharge lines. Using hardware saved, reinstall the mounting bolts and washers
through the compressor feet. Using proper techniques, braze
suction and discharge lines and check for leaks. Reconnect oil
equalization line on dual compressor circuit models.
Reconnect the compressor power connections and highpressure switch/internal thermostat wiring as on the old compressor. Refer to Fig. 27-30. Following the installation of the
new compressor, tighten all hardware to the following specifications. (See Table 30.)
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COMPRESSOR
BASE
Fig. 27 — Typical Compressor Mounting — All Sizes
LEGEND
HPS — High-Pressure Switch
Fig. 28 — Compressor Wiring
COMP B2
COMP B1
COMP A2
COMP A1
COMP A2
COMP A1
Fig. 30 — Compressor Location — 30RA032-055
Fig. 29 — Compressor Location — 30RA010-030
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Check Oil Charge — Compressors are factory charged
surfaces can be easily damaged (fin edges bent over) if the tool
is applied across the fins.
NOTE: Use of a water stream, such as a garden hose, against a
surface loaded coil will drive the fibers and dirt into the coil.
This will make cleaning efforts more difficult. Surface loaded
fibers must be completely removed prior to using low velocity
clean water rinse.
Periodic Clean Water Rinse — A periodic clean water rinse is
very beneficial for coils that are applied in coastal or industrial
environments. However, it is very important that the water
rinse is made with very low velocity water stream to avoid
damaging the fin edges. Monthly cleaning as described below
is recommended.
Routine Cleaning of Coil Surfaces — Monthly cleaning with
Environmentally Sound Coil Cleaner is essential to extend the
life of coils. It is recommended that all coils, including standard aluminum, pre-coated, copper/copper or E-coated coils
are cleaned with the Environmentally Sound Coil Cleaner as
described below. Coil cleaning should be part of the units regularly scheduled maintenance procedures to ensure long life of
the coil. Failure to clean the coils may result in reduced durability in the environment.
Environmentally Sound Coil Cleaner is non-flammable,
hypo allergenic, non-bacterial, USDA accepted biodegradable
and 100% ecologically safe agent that will not harm the coil or
surrounding components such as electrical wiring, painted
metal surfaces or insulation. Use of non-recommended coil
cleaners is strongly discouraged since coil and unit durability
could be affected.
Environmentally Sound Coil Cleaner Application
Equipment
• 21/2 Gallon Garden Sprayer
• Water Rinse with Low Velocity Spray Nozzle
Environmentally Sound Coil Cleaner Application
Instructions
• Although Environmentally Sound Coil Cleaner is harmless to humans, animals, and marine life, proper eye protection such as safety glasses is recommended during
mixing and application.
• Remove all surface loaded fibers and dirt with a vacuum
cleaner as described above.
• Thoroughly wet finned surfaces with clean water and a
low velocity garden hose being careful not to bend fins.
• Mix Environmentally Sound Coil Cleaner in a 21/2 gallon
garden sprayer according to the instructions included
with the Enzyme Cleaner. The optimum solution temperature is 100 F.
NOTE: DO NOT USE water in excess of 130 F as the enzymatic activity will be destroyed.
• Thoroughly apply Environmentally Sound Coil Cleaner
solution to all coil surfaces including finned area, tube
sheets and coil headers.
• Hold garden sprayer nozzle close to finned areas and
apply cleaner with a vertical, up-and-down motion.
Avoid spraying in horizontal pattern to minimize potential for fin damage.
• Ensure cleaner thoroughly penetrates deep into finned
areas.
• Interior and exterior finned areas must be thoroughly
cleaned.
• Finned surfaces should remain wet with cleaning solution for 10 minutes.
• Ensure surfaces are not allowed to dry before rinsing.
Reapply cleaner as needed to ensure 10-minute saturation is achieved.
with oil as shown in Table 31.
Table 31 — Oil Charge
COMPRESSOR
SM110
SM115, SM125
SM160
SM185
AMOUNT
pints (liters)
5.7 (2.7)
6.7 (3.2)
7.0 (3.3)
11.6 (5.5)
If oil is visible in the compressor sight glass, check unit for
operating readiness as described in Pre-Start-Up, System
Check section (page 74), then start the unit. Observe oil level
and add oil if required, to bring oil level in compressor
crankcase up to between 1/4 and 3/4 of sight glass during steady
operation.
To Add Oil:
1. Check the oil level with all compressors in the circuit running in a stabilized condition or immediately after compressor shutdown. The oil level should be at 1/3 of the oil
sight glass immediately after shutdown.
2. Using a suitable pump, add oil while compressor(s) are
running through the low side ¼ in. Schraeder fitting on
the compressor. For SM110 models, this fitting is directly
above the suction line connection. For all other compressor models, this fitting is near the oil equalization line fitting at the same height as the suction line connection.
3. Run all compressors on the circuit for at least 15 minutes
and check the oil level.
Use only Carrier-approved compressor oil:
Totaline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PP680002
Penreco . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sontex 160 LT-A
Do not reuse drained oil, and do not use any oil that has
been exposed to the atmosphere.
Condenser Section and Coils
COIL CLEANING — For standard aluminum, copper and
pre-coated aluminum fin coils, clean the coils with a vacuum
cleaner, fresh water, compressed air, or a bristle brush (not
wire). Units installed in corrosive environments should have
coil cleaning as part of a planned maintenance schedule. In this
type of application, all accumulations of dirt should be cleaned
off the coil. When condenser cleaning is complete, enter “Yes”
for coil cleaning maintenance done (CL.MN) value under Run
Status.
Do not use high-pressure water or air to clean coils — fin
damage may result.
CLEANING E-COATED COILS — Follow the outlined procedure below for proper care, cleaning and maintenance of
E-coated aluminum or copper fin coils:
Coil Maintenance and Cleaning Recommendations — Routine cleaning of coil surfaces is essential to maintain proper
operation of the unit. Elimination of contamination and
removal of harmful residues will greatly increase the life of the
coil and extend the life of the unit.
Remove Surface Loaded Fibers — Surface loaded fibers or
dirt should be removed with a vacuum cleaner. If a vacuum
cleaner is not available, a soft brush may be used. In either
case, the tool should be applied in the direction of the fins. Coil
60
•
Thoroughly rinse all surfaces with low velocity clean
water using downward rinsing motion of water spray
nozzle. Protect fins from damage from the spray nozzle.
CONTROL
ACCESS
Harsh Chemical and Acid Cleaners — Harsh chemical,
household bleach or acid cleaners should not be used to
clean outdoor or indoors coils of any kind. These cleaners
can be very difficult to rinse out of the coil and can accelerate corrosion at the fin/tube interface where dissimilar
materials are in contact. If there is dirt below the surface of
the coil, use the Environmentally Sound Coil Cleaner as
described above.
High Velocity Water or Compressed Air — High velocity water from a pressure washer, garden hose or compressed air should never be used to clean a coil. The force
of the water or air jet will bend the fin edges and increase
airside pressure drop. Reduced unit performance or nuisance unit shutdown may occur.
PUMP
ACCESS
SERVICE
DOOR
Fig. 31 — 30RA Access Panels
CONDENSER SECTION — Condenser fan motors and fans
can be serviced by removal of outlet grilles or side panels. See
Fig. 31. Be sure the wire fan guard is in place over each fan before starting unit. See Fig. 32 and 33 for proper fan adjustment.
Fan mounting system is designed for fan to drop all the way on
the motor shaft to be correctly located in the orifice. Tighten
fan hub securely on motor shaft with setscrews which bear
against the key. Be sure to replace the plastic fan cap and secure in place with the four locking clips to keep water and debris out of shaft area.
FAN BLADE BOTTOMS
OUT ON MOTOR SHAFT
Check Refrigerant Feed Components
THERMOSTATIC EXPANSION VALVE (TXV) — The TXV
controls the flow of liquid refrigerant to the cooler by maintaining constant superheat of vapor leaving the cooler. There is
one valve per refrigerant circuit. The valve(s) is activated by a
temperature-sensing bulb(s) strapped to the suction line(s). For
proper TXV sensing bulb location, see Fig. 34.
The valve is factory-set to maintain between 8 and 12 F
(4.4 and 6.7 C) of superheat entering the compressor(s). Elevate head pressure to 280 psig (1930 kPa) by blocking the airflow through the condenser. Check the superheat during operation after conditions have stabilized. A factory-installed temperature well is in each suction line for this purpose. If
necessary, adjust the superheat to prevent refrigerant floodback
to the compressor. Adjust TXVs 1/2 turn at a time, allowing the
circuit to stabilize between adjustments. Turn stem counterclockwise to decrease superheat and clockwise to increase superheat.
FILTER DRIER — The function of the filter drier is to maintain a clean, dry system. The moisture indicator (described
below) indicates any need to change the filter drier. The filter
drier is a sealed-type drier. When the drier needs to be
changed, the entire filter drier must be replaced.
NOTE: Dual circuit (032-055 sizes) units have 1 filter drier per
circuit.
MOISTURE-LIQUID INDICATOR — The indicator is located
immediately ahead of the TXV to provide an indication of the
refrigerant moisture content. It also provides a sight glass for
refrigerant liquid. Clear flow of liquid refrigerant (at full unit
loading) indicates sufficient charge in the system. Bubbles in the
sight glass (at full unit loading) indicate an undercharged system
or the presence of noncondensables. Moisture in the system,
measured in parts per million (ppm), changes the color of the
indicator as follows:
Green (safe) —Moisture is below 45 ppm
Yellow-Green (caution) — 45 to 130 ppm
Yellow (wet) — above 130 ppm
Fig. 32 — Condenser-Fan Mounting
PLASTIC FAN
PROPELLER
CLEARANCE OF 0.25 INCHES
(6.4 MM) FOR STANDARD
CONDENSER FANS
FAN DECK
SURFACE
FAN ORIFICE
Fig. 33 — Condenser-Fan Position (Standard Fan)
The unit must be in operation at least 12 hours before the
moisture indicator gives an accurate reading, and must be in
contact with liquid refrigerant. At the first sign of moisture in
the system, change the corresponding filter drier.
NOTE: Dual circuit (032-055 sizes) units have one indicator
per circuit.
MINIMUM LOAD VALVE — On units equipped with the
factory-installed capacity reduction option, a solenoid valve
(minimum load valve) is located between the discharge line
and the cooler entering-refrigerant line. The MBB cycles the
solenoid to perform minimum load valve function.
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TXV SENSOR
LOCATION
TXV SENSOR
LOCATION
Fig. 34 — Mounting Locations for TXV Sensing Bulb
The high-pressure switch is mounted in the discharge side
of each compressor. A snubber is provided between the compressor discharge manifold and the high-pressure switch to prevent pressure pulsations from damaging the switch.
The high-pressure switch is mounted in the discharge line of
each compressor. If an unsafe, high-pressure condition should
exist, the switch opens and shuts off the affected compressor.
The compressor feedback signal to J9 of the MBB then opens
causing an alert condition. The MBB prevents the compressor
from restarting until the alert condition is reset. The switch
should open at the pressure corresponding to the appropriate
switch setting as shown in Table 32.
The amount of capacity reduction achieved by the minimum load valve is not adjustable. The total unit capacity with
the minimum load valve is shown in Table 7.
PRESSURE RELIEF DEVICES — All units have one pressure relief device per circuit located in the liquid line which relieves at 210 F (100 C).
Compressor and Unit Protective Devices
MANUAL STARTER — There is one manual starter per
compressor in each unit. It protects the compressor(s) against
overloading, locked rotor conditions, and primary single phasing. If the manual starter trips, determine the cause and correct
it before resetting.
Manual starters are factory set; field adjustment should not
be required. Manual starters are also factory installed for each
condenser fan motor and factory-installed chilled water pump.
NOTE: Two-speed condenser fan motors on sizes 010-018 and
032-040 have manual starters so that the motor is protected
while running in both low and high speed modes. Refer to
Appendix B for factory settings.
COMPRESSOR INTERNAL THERMAL PROTECTION —
All models include internal compressor protection. Models
using the SM110 compressor (015 50 Hz and 018 60 Hz) have
internal line break overloads. All other compressor models
have internal discharge temperature thermostats that are wired
in series with the compressor high pressure switch in the compressor motor junction box. The thermostat opens and shuts off
the compressor if the discharge gas temperature exceeds 275 F
(135 C). The thermostat will automatically reset when the temperature drops below a preset level, however, the control module will keep the unit locked off until the alert condition is
reset.
Table 32 — Factory Settings, High-Pressure
Switch (Fixed)
UNIT
30RA
CUTOUT
Psig
kPa
426 ± 7 2937 ± 48
CUT-IN
Psig
kPa
324 ± 20 2206 ± 138
Clear the alarm using the Scrolling Marquee display as described on page 42. The unit should restart after the compressor
anti-short-cycle delay, built into the unit control module,
expires.
PRESSURE TRANSDUCERS — Each refrigerant circuit is
equipped with a suction and discharge pressure transducer. The
transducers are NOT the same part number. The discharge
pressure transducer is the universal pressure transducer while
the suction pressure transducer is a discrete low pressure transducer. These inputs to the MBB are not only used to monitor
the status of the unit, but to also maintain operation of the chiller within the compressor manufacturer's specified limits. The
input to the MBB from the suction pressure transducer is also
used to protect the compressor from operating at low pressure
conditions. In some cases, the unit may not be able to run at full
capacity. The control module will automatically reduce the capacity of a circuit as needed to maintain specified maximum/
minimum operating pressures.
Check Unit Safeties
HIGH-PRESSURE SWITCH — A high-pressure switch is
provided to protect each compressor and refrigeration system
from unsafe high pressure conditions. See Table 32 for highpressure switch settings.
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COOLER FREEZE-UP PROTECTION
the compressor section behind a panel with a vent plug so that
outside air flows across the sensor tip.
REPLACING THERMISTORS T1 and T2 — Add a small
amount of thermal conductive grease to the thermistor well and
end of probe. Thermistors are friction-fit thermistors, which
must be slipped into receivers in the cooler (010-030) or fluid
piping (032-055). For sizes 032-055, tighten the retaining nut
¼ turn past finger tight. See Fig. 35.
THERMISTOR/TEMPERATURE SENSOR CHECK — A
high quality digital volt-ohmmeter is required to perform this
check.
1. Connect the digital voltmeter across the appropriate
themistor terminals at the J8 terminal strip on the Main
Base Board (see Fig. 36).
2. Using the voltage reading obtained, read the sensor temperature from Tables 33-36.
3. To check thermistor accuracy, measure temperature at
probe location with an accurate thermocouple-type temperature measuring instrument. Insulate thermocouple to
avoid ambient temperatures from influencing reading.
Temperature measured by thermocouple and temperature
determined from thermistor voltage reading should be
close, ± 5° F (3° C) if care was taken in applying thermocouple and taking readings.
If a more accurate check is required, unit must be shut down
and thermistor removed and checked at a known temperature
(freezing point or boiling point of water) using either voltage
drop measured across thermistor at the J8 terminal, by determining the resistance with chiller shut down and thermistor
disconnected from J8. Compare the values determined with the
value read by the control in the Temperatures mode using the
Scrolling Marquee display.
On medium temperature brine units, the brine must be
properly mixed to prevent freezing at a temperature of at
least 15 F (8.3 C) below the leaving-fluid temperature set
point. Failure to provide the proper brine mixture is considered abuse and may void the Carrier warranty.
The Main Base Board (MBB) monitors leaving fluid temperature at all times. The MBB will rapidly remove stages of
capacity as necessary to prevent freezing conditions due to the
rapid loss of load or low cooler fluid flow.
When the cooler is exposed to lower ambient temperatures
(34 F [1° C] or below), freeze-up protection is required using
inhibited ethylene glycol.
HEATER CABLE — Optional factory-installed cooler and/or
hydronic package heaters are cycled based on the input from
the outside-air temperature sensor. These heaters, when installed, are designed to protect the cooler and/or hydronic package from freezing down to –20 F (–29 C). Power for these heaters is supplied from the main unit power.
The input from the low pressure transducer provides a backup cooler freeze protection package. The MBB shuts down the
unit when a low pressure condition exists that could cause the
cooler to freeze up.
Do not disconnect main unit power when servicing compressor(s) if ambient temperature is below 40 F (4.4 C).
Each compressor manual starter has a lockout feature.
Depress the Stop Button and pull the lockout tab from the
start button. Secure lock in place. If power to the unit must
be off for a prolonged period, drain the cooler, hydronic
package (if installed) and internal piping. Add glycol
according to WINTER SHUTDOWN Step 2 below.
Pressure Transducers — Suction and discharge pressure transducers are installed on each circuit. No pressure
transducer calibration is required. The transducers operate on a
5 vdc supply, which is generated by the Main Base Board
(MBB). See Fig. 36 for transducer connections to the J8 connector on the MBB.
TROUBLESHOOTING — If a transducer is suspected of being faulty, first check the supply voltage to transducer. Supply
voltage should be 5 vdc ± 0.2 v. If supply voltage is correct,
compare pressure reading displayed on the Scrolling Marquee
display module against pressure shown on a calibrated pressure
gauge. Suction pressure should be within ± 2 psig. Discharge
pressure should be within ± 5 psig. If the two readings are not
reasonably close, replace the pressure transducer.
WINTER SHUTDOWN — At the end of the cooling season:
1. Drain the water/brine from the cooler, hydronic package
(if installed) and internal piping.
2. Fill the package with at least 2 gallons (7.6 L) of ethylene
glycol or other suitable uninhibited antifreeze solution to
prevent any residual water in the cooler and hydronic
package/piping from freezing.
3. At the beginning of the next cooling season, refill the
cooler and add the recommended inhibitor.
Flow Sensor — A flow switch is factory installed in the
leaving fluid piping of all models. If the unit is equipped with
an optional hydronic system, the flow switch is inside the
pump cabinet. If nuisance trips of the sensor are occurring, follow the steps below to correct the situation:
1. Check to confirm that the factory installed strainer is
clean. Use the blow-down valve provided or remove the
screen and clean it. For the case of VFD controlled
pumps, ensure that the minimum speed setting has not
been changed.
2. Measure the pressure drop across the cooler or cooler/
pump system and compare this to the system requirements.
3. Verify that cable connections at the switch and at the terminal block are secure.
4. For factory-installed hydronic systems, verify that:
• All air has been purged from the system
• Circuit setter balance valve has been correctly set
5. Pump impeller has been improperly trimmed and is not
providing sufficient flow.
6. Wrong pump motor rotation. Pump must rotate clockwise
when viewed from motor end of pump.
Thermistors — Electronic control uses up to five 5 kΩ
thermistors to sense temperatures used to control operation of
the chiller. Thermistors T1, T2 and T9 are identical in their
temperature and voltage drop performance. Accessory return
gas thermistors are also 5 kΩ thermistors used to troubleshoot
TXV superheat settings. Thermistor T10 has a 10 kΩ input
channel and has a different set of temperature vs. resistance and
voltage drop performance. Resistance at various temperatures
are listed in Tables 33-36.
NOTE: For dual chiller operation, the control automatically
configures the T10 input channel to be a 5 kΩ channel. A
HH79NZ014 or HH79NZ029 thermistor should be used for
dual chiller configurations.
Thermistor pin connection points are shown in Table 2. Thermistor T1 is located in a well at the bottom of the brazed plate
heat exchanger for sizes 010-030 and in the leaving fluid piping for sizes 032-055.
Thermistor T2 is located in a well at the top of the brazed
plate heat exchanger for sizes 010-030 and in the entering fluid
piping for sizes 032-055. Thermistor T9 is factory installed in
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Table 33 — 5K Thermistor Temperatures (°F) vs. Resistance/Voltage Drop
(Voltage Drop for Entering, Leaving Water and Outside-Air Thermistors T1, T2, T9)
TEMP
(F)
–25
–24
–23
–22
–21
–20
–19
–18
–17
–16
–15
–14
–13
–12
–11
–10
–9
–8
–7
–6
–5
–4
–3
–2
–1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
VOLTAGE
DROP
(V)
3.699
3.689
3.679
3.668
3.658
3.647
3.636
3.624
3.613
3.601
3.588
3.576
3.563
3.550
3.536
3.523
3.509
3.494
3.480
3.465
3.450
3.434
3.418
3.402
3.386
3.369
3.352
3.335
3.317
3.299
3.281
3.262
3.243
3.224
3.205
3.185
3.165
3.145
3.124
3.103
3.082
3.060
3.038
3.016
2.994
2.972
2.949
2.926
2.903
2.879
2.856
2.832
2.808
2.784
2.759
2.735
2.710
2.685
2.660
2.634
2.609
2.583
2.558
2.532
2.506
2.480
2.454
2.428
2.402
2.376
2.349
2.323
2.296
2.270
2.244
2.217
2.191
2.165
2.138
2.112
2.086
2.060
2.034
2.008
RESISTANCE
(Ohms)
TEMP
(F)
98,010
94,707
91,522
88,449
85,486
82,627
79,871
77,212
74,648
72,175
69,790
67,490
65,272
63,133
61,070
59,081
57,162
55,311
53,526
51,804
50,143
48,541
46,996
45,505
44,066
42,679
41,339
40,047
38,800
37,596
36,435
35,313
34,231
33,185
32,176
31,202
30,260
29,351
28,473
27,624
26,804
26,011
25,245
24,505
23,789
23,096
22,427
21,779
21,153
20,547
19,960
19,393
18,843
18,311
17,796
17,297
16,814
16,346
15,892
15,453
15,027
14,614
14,214
13,826
13,449
13,084
12,730
12,387
12,053
11,730
11,416
11,112
10,816
10,529
10,250
9,979
9,717
9,461
9,213
8,973
8,739
8,511
8,291
8,076
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
VOLTAGE
DROP
(V)
1.982
1.956
1.930
1.905
1.879
1.854
1.829
1.804
1.779
1.754
1.729
1.705
1.681
1.656
1.632
1.609
1.585
1.562
1.538
1.516
1.493
1.470
1.448
1.426
1.404
1.382
1.361
1.340
1.319
1.298
1.278
1.257
1.237
1.217
1.198
1.179
1.160
1.141
1.122
1.104
1.086
1.068
1.051
1.033
1.016
0.999
0.983
0.966
0.950
0.934
0.918
0.903
0.888
0.873
0.858
0.843
0.829
0.815
0.801
0.787
0.774
0.761
0.748
0.735
0.723
0.710
0.698
0.686
0.674
0.663
0.651
0.640
0.629
0.618
0.608
0.597
0.587
0.577
0.567
0.557
0.548
0.538
0.529
0.520
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RESISTANCE
(Ohms)
TEMP
(F)
7,686
7,665
7,468
7,277
7,091
6,911
6,735
6,564
6,399
6,238
6,081
5,929
5,781
5,637
5,497
5,361
5,229
5,101
4,976
4,855
4,737
4,622
4,511
4,403
4,298
4,196
4,096
4,000
3,906
3,814
3,726
3,640
3,556
3,474
3,395
3,318
3,243
3,170
3,099
3,031
2,964
2,898
2,835
2,773
2,713
2,655
2,597
2,542
2,488
2,436
2,385
2,335
2,286
2,239
2,192
2,147
2,103
2,060
2,018
1,977
1,937
1,898
1,860
1,822
1,786
1,750
1,715
1,680
1,647
1,614
1,582
1,550
1,519
1,489
1,459
1,430
1,401
1,373
1,345
1,318
1,291
1,265
1,240
1,214
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
VOLTAGE
DROP
(V)
0.511
0.502
0.494
0.485
0.477
0.469
0.461
0.453
0.445
0.438
0.430
0.423
0.416
0.408
0.402
0.395
0.388
0.381
0.375
0.369
0.362
0.356
0.350
0.344
0.339
0.333
0.327
0.322
0.317
0.311
0.306
0.301
0.296
0.291
0.286
0.282
0.277
0.272
0.268
0.264
0.259
0.255
0.251
0.247
0.243
0.239
0.235
0.231
0.228
0.224
0.220
0.217
0.213
0.210
0.206
0.203
0.200
0.197
0.194
0.191
0.188
0.185
0.182
0.179
0.176
0.173
0.171
0.168
0.165
0.163
0.160
0.158
0.155
0.153
0.151
0.148
0.146
0.144
0.142
0.140
0.138
0.135
0.133
RESISTANCE
(Ohms)
1,190
1,165
1,141
1,118
1,095
1,072
1,050
1,029
1,007
986
965
945
925
906
887
868
850
832
815
798
782
765
750
734
719
705
690
677
663
650
638
626
614
602
591
581
570
561
551
542
533
524
516
508
501
494
487
480
473
467
461
456
450
445
439
434
429
424
419
415
410
405
401
396
391
386
382
377
372
367
361
356
350
344
338
332
325
318
311
304
297
289
282
Table 34 — 5K Thermistor Temperatures (°C) vs. Resistance/Voltage Drop
(Voltage Drop for Entering, Leaving Water and Outside-Air Thermistors T1, T2, T9)
TEMP
(C)
–32
–31
–30
–29
–28
–27
–26
–25
–24
–23
–22
–21
–20
–19
–18
–17
–16
–15
–14
–13
–12
–11
–10
–9
–8
–7
–6
–5
–4
–3
–2
–1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
VOLTAGE
DROP
(V)
3.705
3.687
3.668
3.649
3.629
3.608
3.586
3.563
3.539
3.514
3.489
3.462
3.434
3.406
3.376
3.345
3.313
3.281
3.247
3.212
3.177
3.140
3.103
3.065
3.025
2.985
2.945
2.903
2.860
2.817
2.774
2.730
2.685
2.639
2.593
2.547
2.500
2.454
2.407
2.360
2.312
2.265
2.217
2.170
2.123
2.076
2.029
RESISTANCE
(Ohms)
TEMP
(C)
100,260
94,165
88,480
83,170
78,125
73,580
69,250
65,205
61,420
57,875
54,555
51,450
48,536
45,807
43,247
40,845
38,592
38,476
34,489
32,621
30,866
29,216
27,633
26,202
24,827
23,532
22,313
21,163
20,079
19,058
18,094
17,184
16,325
15,515
14,749
14,026
13,342
12,696
12,085
11,506
10,959
10,441
9,949
9,485
9,044
8,627
8,231
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
VOLTAGE
DROP
(V)
1.982
1.935
1.889
1.844
1.799
1.754
1.710
1.666
1.623
1.580
1.538
1.497
1.457
1.417
1.378
1.340
1.302
1.265
1.229
1.194
1.160
1.126
1.093
1.061
1.030
0.999
0.969
0.940
0.912
0.885
0.858
0.832
0.807
0.782
0.758
0.735
0.713
0.691
0.669
0.649
0.629
0.610
0.591
0.573
0.555
0.538
0.522
65
RESISTANCE
(Ohms)
TEMP
(C)
7,855
7,499
7,161
6,840
6,536
6,246
5,971
5,710
5,461
5,225
5,000
4,786
4,583
4,389
4,204
4,028
3,861
3,701
3,549
3,404
3,266
3,134
3,008
2,888
2,773
2,663
2,559
2,459
2,363
2,272
2,184
2,101
2,021
1,944
1,871
1,801
1,734
1,670
1,609
1,550
1,493
1,439
1,387
1,337
1,290
1,244
1,200
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
VOLTAGE
DROP
(V)
0.506
0.490
0.475
0.461
0.447
0.433
0.420
0.407
0.395
0.383
0.371
0.360
0.349
0.339
0.329
0.319
0.309
0.300
0.291
0.283
0.274
0.266
0.258
0.251
0.244
0.237
0.230
0.223
0.217
0.211
0.204
0.199
0.193
0.188
0.182
0.177
0.172
0.168
0.163
0.158
0.154
0.150
0.146
0.142
0.138
0.134
RESISTANCE
(Ohms)
1,158
1,118
1,079
1,041
1,006
971
938
906
876
836
805
775
747
719
693
669
645
623
602
583
564
547
531
516
502
489
477
466
456
446
436
427
419
410
402
393
385
376
367
357
346
335
324
312
299
285
Table 35 — 10K Thermistor Temperature (°F) vs. Resistance/Voltage Drop
(For Thermistor T10)
TEMP
(F)
–25
–24
–23
–22
–21
–20
–19
–18
–17
–16
–15
–14
–13
–12
–11
–10
–9
–8
–7
–6
–5
–4
–3
–2
–1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
VOLTAGE
DROP
(V)
4.758
4.750
4.741
4.733
4.724
4.715
4.705
4.696
4.686
4.676
4.665
4.655
4.644
4.633
4.621
4.609
4.597
4.585
4.572
4.560
4.546
4.533
4.519
4.505
4.490
4.476
4.461
4.445
4.429
4.413
4.397
4.380
4.363
4.346
4.328
4.310
4.292
4.273
4.254
4.235
4.215
4.195
4.174
4.153
4.132
4.111
4.089
4.067
4.044
4.021
3.998
3.975
3.951
3.927
3.903
3.878
3.853
3.828
3.802
3.776
3.750
3.723
3.697
3.670
3.654
3.615
3.587
3.559
3.531
3.503
3.474
3.445
3.416
3.387
3.357
3.328
3.298
3.268
3.238
3.208
3.178
3.147
3.117
3.086
3.056
3.025
RESISTANCE
(Ohms)
TEMP
(F)
196,453
189,692
183,300
177,000
171,079
165,238
159,717
154,344
149,194
144,250
139,443
134,891
130,402
126,183
122,018
118,076
114,236
110,549
107,006
103,558
100,287
97,060
94,020
91,019
88,171
85,396
82,729
80,162
77,662
75,286
72,940
70,727
68,542
66,465
64,439
62,491
60,612
58,781
57,039
55,319
53,693
52,086
50,557
49,065
47,627
46,240
44,888
43,598
42,324
41,118
39,926
38,790
37,681
36,610
35,577
34,569
33,606
32,654
31,752
30,860
30,009
29,177
28,373
27,597
26,838
26,113
25,396
24,715
24,042
23,399
22,770
22,161
21,573
20,998
20,447
19,903
19,386
18,874
18,384
17,904
17,441
16,991
16,552
16,131
15,714
15,317
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
VOLTAGE
DROP
(V)
2.994
2.963
2.932
2.901
2.870
2.839
2.808
2.777
2.746
2.715
2.684
2.653
2.622
2.592
2.561
2.530
2.500
2.470
2.439
2.409
2.379
2.349
2.319
2.290
2.260
2.231
2.202
2.173
2.144
2.115
2.087
2.059
2.030
2.003
1.975
1.948
1.921
1.894
1.867
1.841
1.815
1.789
1.763
1.738
1.713
1.688
1.663
1.639
1.615
1.591
1.567
1.544
1.521
1.498
1.475
1.453
1.431
1.409
1.387
1.366
1.345
1.324
1.304
1.284
1.264
1.244
1.225
1.206
1.187
1.168
1.150
1.132
1.114
1.096
1.079
1.062
1.045
1.028
1.012
0.996
0.980
0.965
0.949
0.934
0.919
0.905
66
RESISTANCE
(Ohms)
TEMP
(F)
14,925
14,549
14,180
13,824
13,478
13,139
12,814
12,493
12,187
11,884
11,593
11,308
11,031
10,764
10,501
10,249
10,000
9,762
9,526
9,300
9,078
8,862
8,653
8,448
8,251
8,056
7,869
7,685
7,507
7,333
7,165
6,999
6,838
6,683
6,530
6,383
6,238
6,098
5,961
5,827
5,698
5,571
5,449
5,327
5,210
5,095
4,984
4,876
4,769
4,666
4,564
4,467
4,370
4,277
4,185
4,096
4,008
3,923
3,840
3,759
3,681
3,603
3,529
3,455
3,383
3,313
3,244
3,178
3,112
3,049
2,986
2,926
2,866
2,809
2,752
2,697
2,643
2,590
2,539
2,488
2,439
2,391
2,343
2,297
2,253
2,209
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
VOLTAGE
DROP
(V)
0.890
0.876
0.862
0.848
0.835
0.821
0.808
0.795
0.782
0.770
0.758
0.745
0.733
0.722
0.710
0.699
0.687
0.676
0.666
0.655
0.645
0.634
0.624
0.614
0.604
0.595
0.585
0.576
0.567
0.558
0.549
0.540
0.532
0.523
0.515
0.507
0.499
0.491
0.483
0.476
0.468
0.461
0.454
0.447
0.440
0.433
0.426
0.419
0.413
0.407
0.400
0.394
0.388
0.382
0.376
0.370
0.365
0.359
0.354
0.349
0.343
0.338
0.333
0.328
0.323
0.318
0.314
0.309
0.305
0.300
0.296
0.292
0.288
0.284
0.279
0.275
0.272
0.268
0.264
RESISTANCE
(Ohms)
2,166
2,124
2,083
2,043
2,003
1,966
1,928
1,891
1,855
1,820
1,786
1,752
1,719
1,687
1,656
1,625
1,594
1,565
1,536
1,508
1,480
1,453
1,426
1,400
1,375
1,350
1,326
1,302
1,278
1,255
1,233
1,211
1,190
1,169
1,148
1,128
1,108
1,089
1,070
1,052
1,033
1,016
998
981
964
947
931
915
900
885
870
855
841
827
814
800
787
774
762
749
737
725
714
702
691
680
670
659
649
639
629
620
610
601
592
583
574
566
557
Table 36 — 10K Thermistor Temperature (°C) vs. Resistance/Voltage Drop
(For Thermistor T10)
TEMP
(C)
–32
–31
–30
–29
–28
–27
–26
–25
–24
–23
–22
–21
–20
–19
–18
–17
–16
–15
–14
–13
–12
–11
–10
–9
–8
–7
–6
–5
–4
–3
–2
–1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
VOLTAGE
DROP
(V)
4.762
4.748
4.733
4.716
4.700
4.682
4.663
4.644
4.624
4.602
4.580
4.557
4.533
4.508
4.482
4.455
4.426
4.397
4.367
4.335
4.303
4.269
4.235
4.199
4.162
4.124
4.085
4.044
4.003
3.961
3.917
3.873
3.828
3.781
3.734
3.686
3.637
3.587
3.537
3.485
3.433
3.381
3.328
3.274
3.220
3.165
3.111
RESISTANCE
(Ohms)
TEMP
(C)
200,510
188,340
177,000
166,342
156,404
147,134
138,482
130,402
122,807
115,710
109,075
102,868
97,060
91,588
86,463
81,662
77,162
72,940
68,957
65,219
61,711
58,415
55,319
52,392
49,640
47,052
44,617
42,324
40,153
38,109
36,182
34,367
32,654
31,030
29,498
28,052
26,686
25,396
24,171
23,013
21,918
20,883
19,903
18,972
18,090
17,255
16,464
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
VOLTAGE
DROP
(V)
3.056
3.000
2.944
2.889
2.833
2.777
2.721
2.666
2.610
2.555
2.500
2.445
2.391
2.337
2.284
2.231
2.178
2.127
2.075
2.025
1.975
1.926
1.878
1.830
1.784
1.738
1.692
1.648
1.605
1.562
1.521
1.480
1.439
1.400
1.362
1.324
1.288
1.252
1.217
1.183
1.150
1.117
1.086
1.055
1.025
0.996
0.968
67
RESISTANCE
(Ohms)
TEMP
(C)
15,714
15,000
14,323
13,681
13,071
12,493
11,942
11,418
10,921
10,449
10,000
9,571
9,164
8,776
8,407
8,056
7,720
7,401
7,096
6,806
6,530
6,266
6,014
5,774
5,546
5,327
5,117
4,918
4,727
4,544
4,370
4,203
4,042
3,889
3,743
3,603
3,469
3,340
3,217
3,099
2,986
2,878
2,774
2,675
2,579
2,488
2,400
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
VOLTAGE
DROP
(V)
0.940
0.913
0.887
0.862
0.837
0.813
0.790
0.767
0.745
0.724
0.703
0.683
0.663
0.645
0.626
0.608
0.591
0.574
0.558
0.542
0.527
0.512
0.497
0.483
0.470
0.457
0.444
0.431
0.419
0.408
0.396
0.386
0.375
0.365
0.355
0.345
0.336
0.327
0.318
0.310
0.302
0.294
0.287
0.279
0.272
0.265
RESISTANCE
(Ohms)
2,315
2,235
2,157
2,083
2,011
1,943
1,876
1,813
1,752
1,693
1,637
1,582
1,530
1,480
1,431
1,385
1,340
1,297
1,255
1,215
1,177
1,140
1,104
1,070
1,037
1,005
974
944
915
889
861
836
811
787
764
742
721
700
680
661
643
626
609
592
576
561
Strainer — Periodic factory-installed strainer cleaning is
required. Pressure drop across strainer in excess of 3 psi
(21 kPa) indicates the need for cleaning. Normal (clean) pressure drop is approximately 1 psi (6.9 kPa). Open the factoryinstalled blowdown valve to clean the strainer. If required, shut
the chiller down and remove the strainer screen to clean. When
strainer has been cleaned, enter ‘YES’ for strainer maintenance
done (S.T.MN) [Run Status, PM].
FLUID-SIDE TEMPERATURE SENSORS (T1 AND T2)
NOTE: Dimensions in (
Motormaster® V Controller — The optional or accessory Motormaster V controller uses a 0 to 5 vdc signal
input from a pressure transducer attached to the liquid line service valve gage port on each circuit. See Fig. 37. The pressure
transducer is connected to terminals 2, 5 and 6 on the controller. The controller is factory configured and requires no field
programming. If a situation arises where the drive does not
function properly, the information provided below and
Table 37 can be used to troubleshoot the drive.
) are in millimeters.
Fig. 35 — Fluid-Side Temperature Sensors
(T1 and T2)
If input power has not been applied to the drive for a period
of time exceeding three years (due to storage, etc.), the
electrolytic DC bus capacitors within the drive can change
internally, resulting in excessive leakage current. This can
result in premature failure of the capacitors if the drive is
operated after such a long period of inactivity or storage. In
order to reform the capacitors and prepare the drive for
operation after a long period of inactivity, apply input
power to the drive for 8 hours prior to actually operating
the motor. Before attempting to operate the drive, motor,
and driven equipment, be sure all procedures pertaining to
installation and wiring have been properly followed.
DO NOT connect incoming AC power to output terminals
T1, T2, and T3! Severe damage to the drive will result. Do
not continuously cycle input power to the drive more than
once every two minutes. Damage to the drive will result.
Fig. 36 — Thermistor Connections to
Main Base Board, J8 Connector
Hazard of electrical shock! Wait three minutes after disconnecting incoming power before servicing drive. Capacitors
retain charge after power is removed. Drive assembly
includes externally mounted current limiting resistors. Use
extreme caution when servicing the drive.
bring the pressure down to the set point. When the VFD is at
full speed, it acts just like a fixed speed fan.
When the ambient air temperature drops, a fan running at
full speed draws too much air across the condenser coil to
maintain a minimum condensing pressure/temperature. In
these conditions, the VFD will slow down and begin to maintain a set point.
The VFD will display the set point as the default. The set
point is displayed in speed as Hz and is configured by the start
command jumper as detailed in Fig. 38.
Motormaster V control can also be configured to follow an
external control system to perform the PI control functions. See
configuration section for details.
The real-time feedback signal (liquid line pressure, in volts)
is displayed by viewing parameter 69. The real-time output frequency is displayed by viewing parameter 71.
SET POINTS — Operating modes are configured for R-22
with a set point of 135 psig on the liquid line.
INSTALLATION — See Fig. 38 for transducer wiring to the
VFD.
NOTE: The drive is phase insensitive with respect to incoming
line voltage. This means that the VFD will operate with any
phase sequence of the incoming three-phase voltage.
When configured as shown below, this equipment is
designed to start when it receives line power. Ensure that
all personnel are clear of fans and guards are installed
before applying power.
GENERAL OPERATION — This control varies condenser
fan speed based on liquid pressure. The control is a Variable
Frequency Drive (VFD) and is only compatible with motors
rated for use with VFDs. The accompanying pressure transducer has a 0 to 5 v output range corresponding to a –40 to 460 psi
range. The VFD provides a 5 v output for the transducer on
pin 6.
This system is a reverse acting, proportional-integral (PI)
control. The VFD will vary the motor speed to drive the liquid
line pressure to the set point during ambient temperatures below 60 F. The set point is lower than a normal operating pressure during summer operation. At higher ambient temperatures, the fan will go to full speed (60 Hz or 50 Hz depending
on model) and remain there since it can not go fast enough to
68
PROGRAMMING
To change password: first enter the current password then
change parameter P44 to the desired password.
To disable automatic control mode and enter manual speed
control mode:
1. Change P05 to ‘01- keypad’.
2. Push UP and DOWN arrow key to set manual speed.
3. Set P05 to ‘05 - R22’ to restore automatic control.
To provide manual start/stop control:
With power removed from VFD, remove start command
jumper and install a switch between the appropriate start terminals as required in Fig 37.
EPM CHIP — The drive uses a electronic programming module (EPM) chip to store the program parameters. This is an EEPROM memory chip and is accessible from the front of the
VFD. It should not be removed with power applied to the
VFD.
LIQUID LINE PRESSURE SET POINT ADJUSTMENT — Adjusting the set point is not recommended due to
possible interaction with other head pressure software algorithms or controls. In situations where the set point must be
changed, the set point for R-22 is found in P34. A higher value
will result in a higher liquid line set point. Example: increasing
the factory default (P34) set point from 18.0 to 19.0 will increase the liquid line pressure by approximately 10 psi.
LOSS OF CCN COMMUNICATIONS — Carrier Comfort
Network (CCN) communications with external control
systems can be affected by high frequency electrical noise generated by the Motormaster V control. Ensure unit is well
grounded to eliminate ground currents along communication
lines.
If communications are lost only while Motormaster V control is in operation, order a signal isolator (CEAS420876-2)
and power supplies (CEAS221045-01, 2 required) for the CCN
communication line.
Fault Codes — The drive is programmed to automatically restart after a fault and will attempt to restart three times after a
fault (the drive will not restart after CF, cF, GF, F1, F2-F9, or
Fo faults). If all three restart attempts are unsuccessful, the
drive will trip into FAULT LOCKOUT (LC), which requires a
manual reset.
NOTE: Since faults may be reset as incoming power is cycled,
you may need to observe current fault code before the Carrier
unit control turns off the VFD. Most recent faults can be
accessed using parameter 50. If necessary, remove start jumper
and energize condenser fan contactor using Service Test. This
will allow programming and access to fault history.
It is strongly recommended that the user NOT change any
programming without consulting Carrier service personnel.
Unit damage may occur from improper programming.
Motormaster V control is completely configured according to
the inputs provided. No additional programming is necessary.
The drive can display 71 program parameters. Parameters
50-60 are monitor functions and cannot be changed. The
remainder of the parameters can be changed after entering a
password.
To enter password and change program values:
1. Press Mode.
2. Upper right decimal point blinks.
3. Display reads “00” (see Fig. 37). To enter the PROGRAM mode to access the parameters, press the Mode
button (see Fig. 37). This will activate the PASSWORD
prompt (if the password has not been disabled). The display will read “00” and the upper right-hand decimal
point will be blinking.
4. Use the
and
buttons to scroll to the password
value (the factory default password is “111”) and press
the Mode button. Once the correct password value is entered, the display will read “P01”, which indicates that the
PROGRAM mode has been accessed at the beginning of
the parameter menu (P01 is the first parameter).
NOTE: If the display flashes “Er”, the password was incorrect,
and the process to enter the password must be repeated.
5. Press Mode to display present parameter setting.
Upper right decimal point blinks.
Use the
and
buttons to scroll to the desired
parameter number.
Once the desired parameter number is found, press the
Mode button to display the present parameter setting. The upper right-hand decimal point will begin blinking, indicating
that the present parameter setting is being displayed, and that it
can be changed by using the up and down buttons. Use
and
to change setting. Press Mode to store new setting.
Pressing the Mode will store the new setting and also exit
the PROGRAM mode. To change another parameter, press the
Mode key again to re-enter the PROGRAM mode (the parameter menu will be accessed at the parameter that was last
viewed or changed before exiting). If the Mode key is pressed
within two minutes of exiting the PROGRAM mode, the password is not required access the parameters. After two minutes,
the password must be entered in order to access the parameters
again.
69
L1
L2
L3
Mode
DANGER
MMV
TERMINAL
BLOCK
T1 T2
T3
B-
B+
DISPLAY
BUTTONS
Mode
Fig. 37 — Motormaster® V Mode Buttons and Mode Display
1
COM
2
5
6
11
+5V
12
2
14
13A
13B
MODE
1
13C
NOMINAL
VOLTAGE
208*/230/
460/575
15
Hz
60
2
208*/230
60
3
230
50
4
380/415
50
25
2
CONTROL INPUT
(PIN 5)
Internal PI control,
0-5V feedback
Internal PI control,
0-5V feedback
Internal PI control,
0-5V feedback
Internal PI control,
0-5V feedback
30
31
TXA
START
JUMPER
SETPOINT
JUMPER
TB1-TB2
None
TB13A-TB2
None
TB13B-TB2
None
TB13C-TB2
None
MMV
TERMINAL
BLOCK
REFRIGERANT
R-22
*At 208 v, the drive can run in either mode.
Fig. 38 — Pressure Transducer and Start Command Jumper Wiring
70
TXB
Table 37 — Fault Codes
FAULT CODE
AF
CF
cF
CL
GF
HF
JF
LF
OF
PF
SF
F1
F2-F9, Fo
Drive display = 60.0 even though it
is cold outside and it should be running slower
Drive display = ‘---’ even though
drive should be running
Drive display = 8.0 even though fan
should be running faster
VFD flashes 57 and LCS
DESCRIPTION
High Temperature Fault: Ambient temperature is too high;
Cooling fan has failed (if equipped).
Control Fault: A blank EPM, or an EPM with corrupted data
has been installed.
Incompatibility Fault: An EPM with an incompatible parameter version has been installed.
CURRENT LIMIT: The output current has exceeded the
CURRENT LIMIT setting (Parameter 25) and the drive is
reducing the output frequency to reduce the output current.
If the drive remains in CURRENT LIMIT too long, it can trip
into a CURRENT OVERLOAD fault (PF).
Data Fault: User data and OEM defaults in the EPM are
corrupted.
High DC Bus Voltage Fault: Line voltage is too high; Deceleration rate is too fast; Overhauling load.
Serial Fault: The watchdog timer has timed out, indicating
that the serial link has been lost.
Low DC Bus Voltage Fault: Line voltage is too low.
Output Transistor Fault: Phase to phase or phase to ground
short circuit on the output; Failed output transistor; Boost
settings are too high; Acceleration rate is too fast.
Current Overload Fault: VFD is undersized for the application; Mechanical problem with the driven equipment.
Single-phase Fault: Single-phase input power has been
applied to a three-phase drive.
EPM Fault: The EPM is missing or damaged.
Internal Faults: The control board has sensed a problem
Feedback signal is above set point
SOLUTION
Check cooling fan operation
Perform a factory reset using Parameter 48 —
PROGRAM SELECTION.
Either remove the EPM or perform a factory
reset (Parameter 48) to change the parameter
version of the EPM to match the parameter
version of the drive.
Check for loose electrical connections.
Check for faulty condenser fan motor.
Check Parameter P25 from Table 38 is set correctly.
Restore factory defaults P48, see section
above. If that does not work, replace EPM.
Check line voltage — set P01 appropriately
Check serial connection (computer)
Check settings for PXX.
Check settings in communication software to
match PXX.
Check line voltage — set P01 appropriately
Reduce boost or increase acceleration values.
If unsuccessful, replace drive.
Check line voltage — set P01 appropriately
Check for dirty coils
Check for motor bearing failure
Check input power phasing
Consult factory
Check for proper set point
Check liquid line pressure
Start jumper is missing
Replace start jumper. See section above
Feedback signal is below set point and fan is at minimum
speed
Feedback or speed signal lost. Drive will operate at 57 Hz
until reset or loss of start command. Resetting requires
cycling start command (or power).
Check for proper set point
Check liquid line pressure
In stand alone mode: Check transducer wiring
and feedback voltage. Feedback voltage displayed on P-69. Pin 6 should be 5 v output.
Pin 5 (feedback) should be somewhere
between 0 and 5 v.
•
P54: LOAD — in percent of drives rated output current
rating
• P55: VDC INPUT — in percent of maximum input:
100 will indicate full scale which is 5 v
• P56 4-20 mA INPUT — in percent of maximum input.
20% = 4 mA, 100% = 20 mA
Manual Starter Trip — If the VFD manual starter (MS-FCHS, MS-FC-A1 or MS-FC-B1 depending on model) trips,
locate the inrush current protectors (3 round black disks per
motor) and verify their resistance. For units operating at 208 v
or 230 v, these devices should measure approximately 7 ohms.
For all other voltages, they should measure approximately
20 ohms. Check value with mating plug disconnected, power
to chiller off and at ambient temperature (not hot immediately
after stopping VFD). These are standard resistances at 77 F
(25 C). Resistance values decrease at higher temperatures and
increase at lower temperatures.
Manual Reset — If fault condition has been removed, cycle
power to the chiller to reset the VFD.
Troubleshooting — Troubleshooting the Motormaster® V
control requires a combination of observing system operation
and VFD information. The drive provides 2 kinds of troubleshooting modes: a status matrix using the 3-digit display
(P57, P58) and real time monitoring of key inputs and outputs.
The collective group is displayed through parameters
50-60 and all values are read-only.
• P50: FAULT HISTORY — Last 8 faults
• P51: SOFTWARE version
• P52: DC BUS VOLTAGE — in percent of nominal.
Usually rated input voltage x 1.4
• P53: MOTOR VOLAGE — in percent of rated output
voltage
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Table 38 — Motormaster® V Program Parameters for Operating Modes
PARAMETERS
P01
P02
P03
P04
P05
P06
P08
P09
P10
P11
P12
P13
P14
P15
P16
P17
P19
P20
P21
P22
P23
P24
P25
P26
P27
P28
P29
P30
P31
P32
P33
P34
P35
P36
P37
P38
P39
P40
P41
P42
P43
P44
P45
P46
P47
P48
P61
P62
P63
P64
P65
P66
P67
P68
DESCRIPTION
Line Voltage: 01 = low line, 02 = high line
Carrier Freq: 01 = 4 kHz, 02 = 6 kHz, 03 = 8 kHz
Startup mode: flying restart
Stop mode: coast to stop
Standard Speed source: 01= keypad,
04=4-20mA (NO PI), 05= R22, 06=R134a
TB-14 output: 01 = none
TB-30 output: 01 = none
TB-31 Output: 01 = none
TB-13A function sel: 01 = none
TB-13B function sel: 01 = none
TB-13C function sel: 01 = none
TB-15 output: 01 = none
Control: 01 = Terminal strip
Serial link: 02 = enabled 9600,8,N,2 with timer
Units editing: 02 = whole units
Rotation: 01 = forward only, 03 = reverse only
Acceleration time: 10 sec
Deceleration time: 10 sec
DC brake time: 0
DC BRAKE VOLTAGE 0%
Min freq = 8 Hz ~ 100 – 160 rpm
Max freq
Current limit: (%)
Motor overload: 100
Base freq: 60 or 50 Hz
Fixed boost: 0.5% at low frequencies
Accel boost: 0%
Slip compensation: 0%
Preset spd #1: speed if loss of control signal
Preset spd #2: 0
Preset spd #3: 0
Preset spd 4 default — R22 set point.
TB12-2 open
Preset spd 5 default — R134a set point.
TB12-2 closed
Preset spd 6 default
Preset spd 7 default
Skip bandwidth
Speed scaling
Frequency scaling 50 or 60 Hz
Load scaling: default (not used so NA)
Accel/decel #2: default (not used so NA)
Serial address
Password:111
Speed at min signal: 8 Hz; used when PID
mode is disabled and 4-20mA input is at 4 mA
Speed at max feedback: 60 or 50 Hz. Used
when PID disabled and 4-20mA input is at 20 mA
Clear history? 01 = maintain. (set to 02 to clear)
Program selection: Program 1 – 12
PI Mode: 05= reverse, 0-5V, 01 = no PID
Min feedback = 0 (0V *10)
Max feedback = 50 (5V * 10)
Proportional gain = 4%
Integral gain = .2
PI acell/decel (set point change filter) = 5
Min alarm
Max alarm
LEGEND
NA — Not Applicable
PID — Proportional Integral Derivative
TB — Terminal Block
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MODE
1
01
01
06
01
MODE
2
02
01
06
01
MODE
3
01
01
06
01
MODE
4
02
01
06
01
05
05
05
05
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
02
02
01
10
10
0
0
8
60
125
100
60
0.5
0
0
57
0
0
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
02
02
01
10
10
0
0
8
60
110
100
60
0.5
0
0
57
0
0
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
02
02
01
10
10
0
0
8
50
125
100
50
0.5
0
0
47
0
0
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
02
02
01
10
10
0
0
8
50
110
100
50
0.5
0
0
47
0
0
18.0
18.0
18.0
18.0
12.6
12.6
12.6
12.6
0
0
0
0
60
200
60
1
111
0
0
0
0
60
200
60
1
111
0
0
0
0
50
200
60
1
111
0
0
0
0
50
200
60
1
111
8
8
8
8
60
60
50
50
01
01
05
0
50
4
.2
5
0
0
01
02
05
0
50
4
.2
5
0
0
01
03
05
0
50
4
.2
5
0
0
01
04
05
0
50
4
.2
5
0
0
information, each factory-installed hydronic package is supplied with a packet of information supplied by the manufacturer, Bell & Gossett. Carrier Corporation strongly recommends
that this information be thoroughly reviewed prior to operation
of the chiller.
PUMP PERFORMANCE CHECK — The factory-installed
pumps in the 30RA units are shipped with a single impeller
size available for that pump. The pump was selected based on
the flow and head requirements as provided to Carrier. It is not
uncommon for actual pump duty to be different than what was
anticipated at time of selection. In many cases, it may be desirable to make some field modifications to obtain optimum
pump performance.
Before any pump modifications are made, it is recommended that actual pump performance be verified and compared to
the applicable pump curve. See base unit installation instructions. This can be done in a variety of ways:
1. If pump impeller diameter is known:
a. Connect a differential pressure gage across the
pump at the ports provided on the pump volutes.
b. Read GPM from applicable impeller curve.
2. If pump impeller diameter is not known:
If pump impeller diameter has been trimmed and the size
is not known, it is necessary to determine which impeller
curve to read.
The easiest way to confirm pump performance is to
“dead-head” the pump and read the differential pressure
across the pressure ports on the pump. “Dead-heading”
can be done by shutting the circuit setter valve on the discharge side of the pump.
NOTE: Although not all pumps can be safely “deadheaded”, centrifugal pumps (such as on the 30RA units)
can be “dead-headed” for short amounts of time. It is recommended to keep the time short due to excessive heat
build-up in the pump.
Since the “dead-head” condition is a no-flow condition,
the head will correspond to the intersection of an impeller curve with the vertical axis of the pump chart. The
correct impeller diameter is that which corresponds to the
measured head.
3. Once the impeller diameter is known, proceed as in
Step 1.
4. Water flow rate can be determined by using a differential
pressure gage with the Bell & Gossett circuit setter balance valve calculator. (This information is also provided
in the installation instructions.) This method will not directly measure pressure differential seen by the pump, but
can be used to “double-check” the pump measurement.
5. Verify that cable connections at the switch and at the terminal block are secure.
6. For factory-installed hydronic system, verify that:
• All air has been purged from the system.
• Circuit setter balance valve has been correctly set.
7. Pump impeller has been improperly trimmed and is not
providing sufficient flow.
8. Wrong pump motor rotation. Pump must rotate clockwise
when viewed from motor end of pump.
PUMP MODIFICATIONS AND IMPELLER TRIMMING
— See applicable section in the Installation instructions.
RESET OF CHILLER WATER FLOW — See applicable section in the Installation instructions.
CHANGING OF PUMP SEALS — See Bell & Gossett service instruction manual provided with the hydronic package.
REPLACING DEFECTIVE MODULES — The ComfortLink™ replacement modules are shown in Table 39. If the Main
Base Board (MBB) has been replaced, verify that all configuration data is correct. Follow the Configuration mode table and
verify that all items under sub-modes UNIT, OPT1 and OPT2
are correct. Any additional field-installed accessories or options (RSET, SLCT sub-modes) should also be verified as well
as any specific time and maintenance schedules.
Refer to the Start-Up Checklist for 30RA Liquid Chillers
(completed at time of original start-up) found in the job folder.
This information is needed later in this procedure. If the checklist does not exist, fill out the current information in the Configuration mode on a new checklist. Tailor the various options and
configurations as needed for this particular installation.
Electrical shock can cause personal injury. Disconnect all
electrical power before servicing.
1. Check that all power to unit is off. Carefully disconnect
all wires from the defective module by unplugging its
connectors.
2. Remove the defective module by removing its mounting
screws with a Phillips screwdriver, and removing the
module from the control box. Save the screws later use.
3. Verify that the instance jumper (MBB) or address switches (all other modules) exactly match the settings of the
defective module.
NOTE: Handle boards by mounting standoffs only to avoid
electrostatic discharge.
4. Package the defective module in the carton of the new
module for return to Carrier.
5. Mount the new module in the unit’s control box using a
Phillips screwdriver and the screws saved in Step 2.
6. Reinstall all module connectors. For accessory Navigator
replacement, make sure the plug is installed at TB3 in the
LEN connector.
7. Carefully check all wiring connections before restoring
power.
8. Verify the ENABLE/OFF/REMOTE CONTACT switch
is in the OFF position.
9. Restore control power. Verify that all module red LEDs
blink in unison. Verify that all green LEDs are blinking
and that the Scrolling Marquee or Navigator display is
communicating correctly.
10. Verify all configuration information, settings, set points
and schedules. Return the ENABLE/OFF/REMOTE
CONTACT switch to its previous position.
Table 39 — Replacement Modules
MODULE
Main Base
Board (MBB)
Scrolling
Marquee
Display
Energy
Management
Module
(EMM)
Navigator
Display
REPLACEMENT PART REPLACEMENT PART
NO. (with Software) NO. (without Software)
30RA501102
HK50AA029
HK50AA031
HK50AA030
30GT515218
HK50AA028
HK50AA033
N/A
Hydronic Package — If the unit is equipped with a
factory-installed hydronic package, consult the information below for proper maintenance and service. In addition to this
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MAINTENANCE
Recommended Maintenance Schedule — The fol-
2.
lowing are only recommended guidelines. Jobsite conditions
may dictate that maintenance schedule is performed more often
than recommended.
Routine:
For machines with E-coat Condenser Coils:
• Check condenser coils for debris, clean as necessary
with Carrier approved coil cleaner.
• Periodic clean water rinse, especially in coastal and
industrial applications.
Every month:
• Check condenser coils for debris, clean as necessary
with Carrier approved coil cleaner.
• Check moisture indicating sight glass for possible refrigerant loss and presence of moisture.
Every 3 months (for all machines):
• Check refrigerant charge.
• Check all refrigerant joints and valves for refrigerant
leaks, repair as necessary.
• Check chilled water flow switch operation.
• Check condenser coils for debris, clean as necessary
with Carrier approved coil cleaner.
• Check all condenser fans for proper operation.
• Check compressor oil level.
• Check crankcase heater operation.
Every 12 months (for all machines):
• Check all electrical connections, tighten as necessary.
• Inspect all contactors and relays, replace as necessary.
• Check accuracy of thermistors, replace if greater than
± 2° F (1.2° C) variance from calibrated thermometer.
• Obtain and test an oil sample. Change oil only if
necessary.
• Check to be sure that the proper concentration of antifreeze is present in the chilled water loop, if applicable.
• Verify that the chilled water loop is properly treated.
• Check refrigerant filter driers for excessive pressure
drop, replace as necessary.
• Check chilled water strainers, clean as necessary.
• Check cooler heater operation, if equipped.
• Check condition of condenser fan blades and that they
are securely fastened to the motor shaft.
• Perform Service Test to confirm operation of all
components.
• Check for excessive cooler approach (Leaving Chilled
Water Temperature — Saturated Suction Temperature)
which may indicate fouling. Clean cooler vessel if
necessary.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
field-installed accessories, be sure all are properly installed and wired correctly. Refer to unit wiring diagrams.
Use the Scrolling Marquee display to adjust the Cooling
Set Point.
Fill chilled fluid circuit with clean water (with recommended inhibitor added) or other non-corrosive fluid to
be cooled. Bleed all air out of the high points of the system. If chilled water is to be maintained at a temperature
below 40 F (4.4 C) or outdoor temperatures are expected
to be below 32 F (0° C), a brine of sufficient concentration must be used to prevent freeze-up at anticipated
suction temperatures. See Table 40.
Check tightness of all electrical connections.
Oil should be visible in the compressor sightglass(es).
See Fig. 39. An acceptable oil level in the compressors is
from ¼ to ¾ of sight glass. Adjust the oil level as required. See Check Oil Charge section on page 60 for
Carrier approved oils.
Electrical power source must agree with unit nameplate.
All condenser fan and factory installed hydronic package
pump motors are three phase. Check for proper rotation
of condenser fans first BEFORE attempting to start
pumps or compressors. To reverse rotation, interchange
any two of the main incoming power leads.
Be sure system is fully charged with refrigerant (see
Check Refrigerant Charge section on page 75).
If unit is a brine unit, check to ensure proper brine concentration is used to prevent freezing.
Verify proper operation of cooler and hydronic package
heaters (if installed). Heaters operate at the same voltage
as the main incoming power supply and are single phase.
Heater current is approximately .4 amps for 380, 400, 460
and 575 v units. Heater current is approximately .8 amps
for 230 v units.
Table 40 — Minimum Cooler Flow Rates and
Minimum Loop Volume
UNIT SIZE
30RA
010
015
018
022
025
030
035
040
042
045
050
055
PRE-START-UP
IMPORTANT: Before beginning Pre-Start-Up or Start-Up,
complete Start-Up Checklist for 30RA Liquid Chiller at
end of this publication (page CL-1 to CL-8). The Checklist
assures proper start-up of a unit, and provides a record of
unit condition, application requirements, system information, and operation at initial start-up.
COOLER MINIMUM
FLOW
Gpm
L/s
12
.76
16
1.01
19
1.20
26
1.64
29
1.83
33
2.08
42
2.65
45
2.80
48
3.02
52
3.28
57
3.59
65
4.10
MINIMUM COOLER
LOOP VOLUME
Gal.
L
40
151.2
55
207.9
48
181.4
65
245.7
71
268.3
82
309.3
102
393.1
113
449.8
119
427.1
129
487.6
142
536.6
163
616.1
START-UP AND OPERATION
NOTE: Refer to Start-Up Checklist on pages CL-1 to CL-8.
Actual Start-Up — Actual start-up should be done only
under supervision of a qualified refrigeration mechanic.
1. Be sure all service valves are open.
2. Using the Scrolling Marquee display, set leaving-fluid set
point (CSP.1) [Set Point, COOL]. No cooling range adjustment is necessary.
3. Start chilled fluid pump (if not configured for cooler
pump control).
4. Turn ENABLE/OFF/REMOTE CONTACT switch to
ENABLE position.
Do not attempt to start the chiller until following checks
have been completed.
System Check
1. Check all auxiliary components, such as chilled fluid
pumps, air-handling equipment, or other equipment to
which the chiller supplies liquid. Consult manufacturer's
instructions. Verify that any pump interlock contacts have
been properly installed. If the unit If the unit has
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COMPRESSOR OIL
SIGHT GLASS
Fig. 39 — Compressor Connections and Oil Sight Glass Location
5. Allow unit to operate and confirm that everything is functioning properly. Check to see that leaving fluid temperature agrees with leaving set point (CSP.1 or CSP.2), or if
reset is used, with the control point (CTPT) [Run Status,
VIEW].
6. Check the cooler leaving chilled water temperature to see
that it remains well above 32 F (0° C), or the brine freezing point if the unit is a medium temperature brine unit.
7. Recheck compressor oil level (see Check Oil Charge
section).
lower right of the compressor junction box for all other compressor models.
Never charge liquid into low-pressure side of system. Do
not overcharge. Overcharging results in higher discharge
pressure, possible compressor damage, and higher power
consumption. During charging or removal of refrigerant, be
sure water is continuously circulating through the cooler to
prevent freezing. Damage caused by freezing is considered
abuse and may void the Carrier warranty.
Check Refrigerant Charge — All 30RA units are
shipped with a complete operating charge of R-22 and should
be under sufficient pressure to conduct a leak test after installation. If there is no system pressure, admit nitrogen until a pressure is observed and then proceed to test for leaks. After leaks
are repaired, the system must be dehydrated.
All refrigerant charging should be done through the ¼-in.
Schraeder connection on the liquid line. Do NOT add refrigerant charge through the low-pressure side of the system. If complete charging is required, weigh in the appropriate charge for
the circuit as shown on the unit nameplate. If partial charging is
required, operate circuit at full load and use an accurate temperature sensor on the liquid line as it enters the TXV. Use the
Temperatures mode on the Scrolling Marquee display to show
the circuit saturated condensing temperature (SCT.A or
SCT.B). Charging is most accurate at saturated discharge temperatures of 120 to 125 F (49 to 52 C). Block condenser airflow
as required to reach this temperature range. Add refrigerant until the system subcooling (SCT.A or SCT.B minus liquid line
temperature entering TXV) is approximately 15 to 17 F (–9.4
to –8.3 C). Refrigerant VAPOR only may be added to a circuit
through the 1/4-in. suction Schraeder connection on the compressor. This connection is located in line and to the left of the
compressor junction box for the SM110 compressors and to the
Operating Limitations
TEMPERATURES (See Table 41 for 30RA Standard Temperature Limits)
Do not operate with cooler leaving chiller water (fluid)
temperature (LCWT) below 40 F (4.4 C) for the standard
units, or below 15 F (–9.4 C) for units factory built for
medium temperature brine.
High Cooler Leaving Chilled Water (Fluid) Temperatures
(LCWT) — During start-up with cooler LCWT above approximately 60 F (16 C), the unit expansion valve will limit suction
pressure to approximately 90 psig (620 kPa) to avoid overloading the compressor.
Low Cooler LCWT — For standard units, the LCWT must be
no lower than 40 F (4.4 C). If the unit is the factory-installed
optional medium temperature brine unit, the cooler LCWT can
go down to 15 F (–9.4 C).
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Table 41 — Temperature Limits for
Standard 30RA Units
UNIT SIZE 30RA
Temperature
F
Maximum Ambient
Temperature
Minimum Ambient
Temperature
010-030
C
120
Maximum Cooler EWT*
Maximum Cooler LWT
Minimum Cooler LWT†
F
2. Determine maximum deviation from average voltage:
(AB) 243 – 239 = 4 v
(BC) 239 – 236 = 3 v
(AC) 239 – 238 = 1 v
Maximum deviation is 4 v.
3. Determine percent voltage imbalance:
032-055
C
49
120
49
45
7
32
0
95
70
40
35
21
4.4
95
70
40
35
21
4.4
% Voltage Imbalance = 100 x
= 1.7%
LEGEND
This voltage imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the
maximum allowable of 2%.
EWT — Entering Fluid (Water) Temperature
LWT — Leaving Fluid (Water) Temperature
IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is
more than 2%, contact your local electric utility company
immediately. Do not operate unit until imbalance condition
is corrected.
*For sustained operation, EWT should not exceed 85 F (29.4 C).
†Unit requires modification below this temperature.
LOW-AMBIENT OPERATION — If operating temperatures
below 45 F (7 C) for sizes 010-030 or below 32 F (0° C) for
sizes 032-055 are expected, accessory Motormaster® V control must be installed. Refer to separate installation instructions
for operation using this accessory. Contact your Carrier representative for details.
Control Circuit Power — Power for the control circuit is
supplied from the main incoming power through a factoryinstalled control power transformer (TRAN1) for all models.
Field wiring connections are made to either terminal block
TB5 or TB6.
OPERATION SEQUENCE
Brine duty application (below 40 F [4.4 C] LCWT) for
chiller normally requires factory modification. Contact
your Carrier representative for applicable LCWT range for
standard water-cooled chiller in a specific application.
During unit off cycle, the control monitors the outdoor air
temperature. If the ambient temperature drops below 40 F
(4.4 C), cooler and hydronic system heaters (if either are factory installed) are energized. If power is maintained to the chiller
and the EMERGENCY ON/OFF switch is left in the OFF position, these heaters are also energized.
The unit is started by putting the ENABLE/OFF/REMOTE
CONTACT switch in the ENABLE or REMOTE CONTACT
position. When the unit receives a call for cooling (either from
the internal control or CCN network command or remote contact closure), the unit stages up in capacity to maintain the leaving fluid set point. The first compressor starts 11/2 to 3 minutes
after the call for cooling.
The lead circuit can be specifically designated on all models
or selected based on compressor run hours and starts depending on field configuration. The unit control will override this
selection under certain starting conditions to properly maintain
oil return to the compressors. In general, on dual compressor
circuits, the control will most often start the A1 or B1 compressor first, especially after long off periods. The MBB controls
fan stages to maintain the head pressure set point and will automatically adjust unit capacity as required to keep compressors
from operating outside of the specified envelope. There are no
pumpout or pumpdown sequences on these chillers.
For all units, if temperature reset is being used, the unit controls to a higher leaving-fluid temperature as the building load
reduces. If demand limit is used, the unit may temporarily be
unable to maintain the desired leaving-fluid temperature because of imposed power limitations. Loading sequence for
compressors is shown in Tables 6 and 7.
VOLTAGE — ALL UNITS
Main Power Supply — Minimum and maximum acceptable
supply voltages are listed in the Installation Instructions.
Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage — Never operate a motor
where a phase imbalance between phases is greater than 2%.
To determine percent voltage imbalance:
max voltage deviation
from avg voltage
% Voltage Imbalance = 100 x
average voltage
The maximum voltage deviation is the largest difference
between a voltage measurement across 2 legs and the average
across all 3 legs.
Example: Supply voltage is 240-3-60.
AB = 243 v
BC = 236 v
AC = 238 v
1. Determine average voltage:
Average voltage =
=
4
239
243 + 236 + 238
3
717
3
= 239
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APPENDIX A
CCN Tables
A_UNIT (General Unit Parameters)
DESCRIPTION
Control Mode
VALUE
0 = Test
1 = Local Off
2 = CCN Off
3 = Clock Off
4 = Emergency Stop
5 = Local On
6 = CCN On
7 = Clock On
8 = Heat Enabled
9 = Pump Delay
No/Yes
Start/Stop
No/Yes
Normal/Alert/Alarm
0 to 100
No/Yes
0 to 100
0 to 99
–20 to 70
–20 to 70
snnn.n
snnn.n
Enable/Emstop
00:00 to 15:00
UNITS
POINT NAME
STAT
FORCEABLE
N
OCC
CHIL_S_S
LSACTIVE
ALM
DEM_LIM
MODE
CAP_T
STAGE
SP
CTRL_PNT
EWT
LWT
EMSTOP
MIN_LEFT
N
Y
N
N
Y
N
N
N
N
Y
N
N
Y
N
Occupied
CCN Chiller
Low Sound Active
Alarm State
Active Demand Limit
Override Modes in Effect
Percent Total Capacity
Requested Stage
Active Set Point
Control Point
Entering Fluid Temp
Leaving Fluid Temp
Emergency Stop
Minutes Left for Start
PUMPS
Cooler Pump Relay 1
Cooler Pump Relay 2
Cooler Pump 1 Interlock
Cooler Pump 2 Interlock
Cooler Flow Switch
Rotate Cooler Pumps Now
Off/On
Off/On
Open/Close
Open/Close
Open/Close
No/Yes
COOLPMP1
COOLPMP2
PMP1_FBK
PMP2_FBK
COOLFLOW
ROT_PUMP
N
N
N
N
N
Heat/Cool Select
Heat/Cool
HC_SEL
N
%
%
°F
°F
°F
°F
Enable
minutes
CIRCADIO (Circuit A Discrete Inputs/Outputs)
DESCRIPTION
CIRC. A DISCRETE OUTPUTS
Compressor A1 Relay
Compressor A2 Relay
Minimum Load Valve Relay
VALUE
UNITS
POINT NAME
FORCEABLE
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
K_A1_RLY
K_A2_RLY
MLV_RLY
N
N
N
CIRC. A DISCRETE INPUTS
Compressor A1 Feedback
Compressor A2 Feedback
On/Off
On/Off
K_A1_FBK
K_A2_FBK
N
N
CIRCA_AN (Circuit A Analog Parameters)
DESCRIPTION
CIRCUIT A ANALOG VALUES
Percent Total Capacity
Percent Available Cap.
Discharge Pressure
Suction Pressure
Calculated HP Setpoint A
Saturated Condensing Tmp
Saturated Suction Temp
Compr Return Gas Temp
Suction Superheat Temp
VALUE
UNITS
0-100
0-100
nnn.n
nnn.n
nnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
%
%
PSIG
PSIG
°F
°F
°F
°F
∆F
77
POINT NAME
CAPA_T
CAPA_A
DP_A
SP_A
HSP_A
TMP_SCTA
TMP_SSTA
TMP_RGTA
SH_A
FORCEABLE
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
CIRCBDIO (Circuit B Discrete Inputs/Outputs)
DESCRIPTION
CIRC. B DISCRETE OUTPUTS
Compressor B1 Relay
Compressor B2 Relay
Minimum Load Valve Relay
VALUE
UNITS
POINT NAME
FORCEABLE
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
K_B1_RLY
K_B2_RLY
MLV_RLY
N
N
N
CIRC. B DISCRETE INPUTS
Compressor B1 Feedback
Compressor B2 Feedback
On/Off
On/Off
K_B1_FBK
K_B2_FBK
N
N
CIRCB_AN (Circuit B Analog Parameters)
DESCRIPTION
CIRCUIT B ANALOG VALUES
Percent Total Capacity
Percent Available Cap.
Discharge Pressure
Suction Pressure
Calculated HP Setpoint B
Saturated Condensing Tmp
Saturated Suction Temp
Compr Return Gas Temp
Suction Superheat Temp
VALUE
UNITS
0-100
0-100
nnn.n
nnn.n
nnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
%
%
PSIG
PSIG
°F
°F
°F
°F
∆F
POINT NAME
CAPB_T
CAPB_A
DP_B
SP_B
HSP_B
TMP_SCTB
TMP_SSTB
TMP_RGTB
SH_B
FORCEABLE
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
OPTIONS (Unit Parameters)
DESCRIPTION
FANS
Fan 1 Relay
Fan 2 Relay
Cooler/Pump Heater
Off/On
Off/On
Off/On
UNIT ANALOG VALUES
Cooler Entering Fluid
Cooler Leaving Fluid
Lead/Lag Leaving Fluid
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
TEMPERATURE RESET
4-20 mA Reset Signal
Outside Air Temperature
Space Temperature
DEMAND LIMIT
4-20 mA Demand Signal
Demand Limit Switch 1
Demand Limit Switch 2
CCN Loadshed Signal
MISCELLANEOUS
Heat Request
Dual Setpoint Switch
Cooler LWT Setpoint
Ice Done
VALUE
UNITS
POINT NAME
FORCEABLE
FAN_1
FAN_2
COOL_HTR
N
N
N
°F
°F
°F
COOL_EWT
COOL_LWT
DUAL_LWT
N
N
N
nn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
mA
°F
°F
RST_MA
OAT
SPT
N
Y
Y
nn.n
Off/On
Off/On
0 = Normal
1 = Redline
2 = Loadshed
mA
LMT_MA
DMD_SW1
DMD_SW2
DL_STAT
N
N
N
N
HEAT_REQ
DUAL_IN
LWT_SP
ICE_DONE
N
N
N
N
Off/On
Off/On
snnn.n
Off/On
°F
78
ALARMDEF (Alarm Definition Table)
DESCRIPTION
Alarm Routing Control
Equipment Priority
Comm Failure Retry Time
Re-alarm Time
Alarm System Name
VALUE
00000000
0 to 7
1 to 240
1 to 255
XXXXXXXX
DEFAULT
00000000
4
10
30
CHILLER
UNITS
min
min
POINT NAME
ALRM_CNT
EQP_TYPE
RETRY_TM
RE-ALARM
ALRM_NAM
BRODEFS (Broadcast POC Definition Table)
DESCRIPTION
CCN Time/Date Broadcast
CCN OAT Broadcast
Global Schedule Broadcast
CCN Broadcast Ack’er
Daylight Savings Start:
Month
Week
Day
Minutes to Add
Daylight Savings Stop
Month
Week
Day
Minutes to Subtract
VALUE
Yes/No
Yes/No
Yes/No
Yes/No
DEFAULT
No
No
No
No
1 to 12
1 to 5
1 to 7
0 to 99
4
1
7
60
1 to 12
1 to 5
1 to 7
0 to 99
10
5
7
60
UNITS
POINT NAME
CCNBC
OATBC
GSBC
CCNBCACK
min
STARTM
STARTW
STARTD
MINADD
min
STOPM
STOPW
STOPD
MINSUB
DISPLAY (Marquee Display SETUP)
DESCRIPTION
Service Password
Password Enable
Metric Display
Language Selection
VALUE
nnnn
Enable/Disable
Off/On
0 = ENGLISH
1 = FRANCAIS
2 = ESPANOL
3 = PORTUGUES
DEFAULT
1111
Enable
Off
0
UNITS
POINT NAME
PASSWORD
PASS_EBL
DISPUNIT
LANGUAGE
DUALCHIL (Dual Chiller Configuration Settings)
DESCRIPTION
LEAD/LAG
Lead/Lag Chiller Enable
Master/Slave Select
Slave Address
Lead/Lag Balance Select
Lead/Lag Balance Delta
Lag Start Delay
Parallel Configuration
VALUE
DEFAULT
Enable/Dsable
Master/Slave
0 to 239
0 = None
40 to 400
0 to 30
Yes
Dsable
Master
2
0
168
5
Yes
79
UNITS
hours
minutes
POINT NAME
LL_ENA
MS_SEL
SLV_ADDR
LL_BAL
LL_BAL_D
LL_DELAY
PARALLEL
OPTIONS1 (Options 1 Configuration)
DESCRIPTION
Cooler Fluid
Minimum Load Vlv Select
Return Gas Sensor Enable
Motormaster Select
Cooler Pump Control
Cooler Pump 1 Enable
Cooler Pump 2 Enable
Cooler Pmp Periodic Strt
Cooler Pump Select
Cooler Pump Shutdown Dly
Pump Changeover Hours
EMM Module Installed
VALUE
1 = Water
2 = Med. Brine
No/Yes
Dsable/Enable
No/Yes
Off/On
No/Yes
Dsable/Enable
No/Yes
0 = Automatic
1 = Pump 1
2 = Pump 2
0 to 10
10 to 2000
No/Yes
DEFAULT
1
UNITS
No
Dsable
No
Off
No
Dsable
No
0
1
500
No
POINT NAME
FLUIDTYP
MLV_FLG
RGT_ENA
MTR_TYPE
CPC
PMP1_ENA
PMP2_ENA
PUMP_PST
PMP_SLCT
minutes
hours
PUMP_DLY
PMP_DLTA
EMM_BRD
OPTIONS2 (Options 2 Configuration)
DESCRIPTION
Control Method
Loading Sequence Select
Lead/Lag Circuit Select
Cooling Setpoint Select
Ramp Load Select
Heat Cool Select
High LCW Alert Limit
Minutes off time
Deadband Multiplier
Ice Mode Enable
Close Control Select
Low Sound Mode Select
Low Sound Start Time
Low Sound End Time
Low Sound Capacity Limit
Enable Short Loop Gain
VALUE
0 = Switch
2 = Occupancy
3 = CCN
1 = Equal Loading
2 = Staged Loading
0 = Automatic
1 = Circuit A Leads
2 = Circuit B Leads
0 = Single
1 = Dual, remote switch controlled
2 = Dual CCN occupancy
3 = 4-20 mA input
Enable/Dsable
Cool/Heat
2 to 60
0 to 15
1.0 to 4.0
Enable/Dsable
Enable/Dsable
0 = Disabled
1 = Fan only
2 = Capacity/Fans
00:00 to 23:59
00:00 to 23:59
0 to 100
Enable/Dsable
80
DEFAULT
0
UNITS
POINT NAME
CONTROL
1
SEQ_TYP
0
LEAD_TYP
0
CLSP_TYP
Enable
Cool
60.0
0
2.0
Dsable
Dsable
1
RAMP_EBL
HEATCOOL
LCW_LMT
DELAY
Z_GAIN
ICE_CNFG
CLS_CTRL
LS_MODE
00:00
00:00
100
Enable
∆F
min
%
LS_START
LS_END
LS_LIMIT
SAGENABL
RESETCON (Temperature Reset and Demand Limit)
DESCRIPTION
COOLING RESET
Cooling Reset Type
VALUE
DEFAULT
UNITS
POINT NAME
0 = No Reset
1 = 4-20 mA input
2 = External temp – OAT
3 = Return Fluid
4 = External temp - SPT
0
4-20 MA RESET
4-20 – Degrees Reset
–30 to 30
0.0
∆F
420_DEG
REMOTE RESET
Remote – No Reset Temp
Remote – Full Reset Temp
Remote – Degrees Reset
0 to 125
0 to 125
–30 to 30
125.0
0.0
0.0
°F
°F
∆F
REM_NO
REM_FULL
REM_DEG
RETURN TEMPERATURE RESET
Return – No Reset Temp
0 to 125
Return – Full Reset Temp
0 to 125
Return – Degrees Reset
–30 to 30
10.0
0.0
0.0
∆F
∆F
∆F
RTN_NO
RTN_FULL
RTN_DEG
DEMAND LIMIT
Demand Limit Select
0
Demand Limit at 20 mA
Loadshed Group Number
Loadshed Demand Delta
Maximum Loadshed Time
Demand Limit Switch 1
Demand Limit Switch 2
0 = None
1 = External switch input
2 = 4-20 mA input
3 = Loadshed
0 to 100
0 to 99
0 to 60
0 to 120
0 to 100
0 to 100
CRST_TYP
DMD_CTRL
100
0
0
60
80
50
%
%
minutes
%
%
DMT20MA
SHED_NUM
SHED_DEL
SHED_TIM
DLSWSP1
DLSWSP2
SCHEDOVR (Timed Override Setup)
DESCRIPTION
Schedule Number
Override Time Limit
Timed Override Hours
Timed Override
VALUE
0 to 99
0 to 4
0 to 4
No/Yes
DEFAULT
1
0
0
No
UNITS
hours
hours
POINT NAME
SCHEDNUM
OTL
OVR_EXT
TIMEOVER
SETPOINT
DESCRIPTION
COOLING
Cooling Setpoint 1
Cooling Setpoint 2
ICE Setpoint
VALUE
DEFAULT
–20 to 70
–20 to 70
–20 to 32
44.0
44.0
32.0
RAMP LOADING
Cooling Ramp Loading
0.2 to 2.0
1.0
Brine Freeze Point
–20 to 34
34.0
81
UNITS
°F
°F
°F
POINT NAME
CSP1
CSP2
CSP3
CRAMP
°F
BRN_FRZ
UNIT
DESCRIPTION
Compressor A1 Size
VALUE
8 to 15
DEFAULT
UNITS
Compressor A2 Size
0 to 15
60 Hz: 018-9; 022-13;
025-13; 030-15; 035-13;
040-13;
045-13; 050-13; 055-15
50 Hz: 015-7; 018-9; 02211; 025-13; 032-11; 03513; 042-11; 045-13
SIZE_A2
Compressor B1 Size
0 to 15
60 Hz: 035-15; 040-15;
045-10; 050-13; 055-15
50 Hz: 032-13; 035-13;
042-11; 045-13
SIZE_B1
Compressor B2 Size
0 to 15
60 Hz: 045-13; 050-13;
055-15
50 Hz: 042-11; 045-13
SIZE_B2
Suction Superheat Setpt
Refrigerant
Fan Staging Select
10 to 40
1 = R22
1 = 1 Fan
2 = 2 Fans
3 = 3 Fans
4 = 4 Fans
60 Hz: 010-10; 015-15;
018-9; 022-9; 025-13;
030-15; 035-9; 040-13;
045-10; 050-13; 055-15
50 Hz: 010-11; 015-7;
018-9; 022-11; 025-13;
032-8; 035-13; 042-11;
045-13
15
1
SH_SP
REFRIG_T
FAN_TYPE
1 = One Fan (010-018)
2 = Two Fans (022-030)
3 = Three Fans (032-040)
4 = Four Fans (042-055)
MAINTENANCE
ALARMS: Maintenance Display
DESCRIPTION
Active Alarm #1
Active Alarm #2
Active Alarm #3
Active Alarm #4
Active Alarm #5
Active Alarm #6
Active Alarm #7
Active Alarm #8
Active Alarm #9
Active Alarm #10
Active Alarm #11
Active Alarm #12
Active Alarm #13
Active Alarm #14
Active Alarm #15
Active Alarm #16
Active Alarm #17
Active Alarm #18
Active Alarm #19
Active Alarm #20
Active Alarm #21
Active Alarm #22
Active Alarm #23
Active Alarm #24
Active Alarm #25
VALUE
Axxx or Txxx
Axxx or Txxx
Axxx or Txxx
Axxx or Txxx
Axxx or Txxx
Axxx or Txxx
Axxx or Txxx
Axxx or Txxx
Axxx or Txxx
Axxx or Txxx
Axxx or Txxx
Axxx or Txxx
Axxx or Txxx
Axxx or Txxx
Axxx or Txxx
Axxx or Txxx
Axxx or Txxx
Axxx or Txxx
Axxx or Txxx
Axxx or Txxx
Axxx or Txxx
Axxx or Txxx
Axxx or Txxx
Axxx or Txxx
Axxx or Txxx
82
POINT NAME
SIZE_A1
POINT NAME
ALARM01C
ALARM02C
ALARM03C
ALARM04C
ALARM05C
ALARM06C
ALARM07C
ALARM08C
ALARM09C
ALARM10C
ALARM11C
ALARM12C
ALARM13C
ALARM14C
ALARM15C
ALARM16C
ALARM17C
ALARM18C
ALARM19C
ALARM20C
ALARM21C
ALARM22C
ALARM23C
ALARM24C
ALARM25C
CURRMODS: Maintenance Display
DESCRIPTION
FSM controlling Chiller
WSM controlling Chiller
Master/Slave control
Ramp Load Limited
Timed Override in effect
Low Cooler Suction TempA
Low Cooler Suction TempB
Slow Change Override
Minimum OFF time active
Dual Setpoint
Temperature Reset
Demand/Sound Limited
Cooler Freeze Protection
Low Temperature Cooling
High Temperature Cooling
Making ICE
Storing ICE
High SCT Circuit A
High SCT Circuit B
Minimum Comp. On Time
Pump Off Delay Time
Low Sound Mode
Short Loop Override
VALUE
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
POINT NAME
MODE_1
MODE_2
MODE_3
MODE_5
MODE_6
MODE_7
MODE_8
MODE_9
MODE_10
MODE_13
MODE_14
MODE_15
MODE_16
MODE_17
MODE_18
MODE_19
MODE_20
MODE_21
MODE_22
MODE_23
MODE_24
MODE_25
MODE_26
DUALCHIL: Maintenance Display
DESCRIPTION
Dual Chiller Link Good?
Master Chiller Role
Slave Chiller Role
Lead Chiller Ctrl Point
Lag Chiller Ctrl Point
Control Point
Cool EnteringFluid-Slave
Cool Leaving Fluid-Slave
Cooler Entering Fluid
Cooler Leaving Fluid
Lead/Lag Leaving Fluid
Percent Avail.Capacity
Percent Avail.Cap.Slave
Lag Start Delay Time
Load/Unload Factor
Load/Unload Factor-Slave
Lead SMZ Clear Commanded
Lag- SMZ Clear Commanded
Lag Commanded Off?
Dual Chill Lead CapLimit
Dual Chill Lag CapLimit
VALUE
Yes/No
Stand Alone,
Lead Chiller,
Lag Chiller
Stand Alone,
Lead Chiller,
Lag Chiller
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
0-100
0-100
hh:mm
snnn.n
snnn.n
Yes/No
Yes/No
Yes/No
0-100
0-100
83
UNITS
POINT NAME
DC_LINK
MC_ROLE
SC_ROLE
°F
°F
°F
°F
°F
°F
°F
°F
%
%
%
%
LEAD_CP
LAG_CP
CTRL_PNT
COOLEWTS
COOLLWTS
COOL_EWT
COOL_LWT
DUAL_LWT
CAP_A
CAP_A_S
LAGDELAY
SMZ
SMZSLAVE
LEADSMZC
LAG_SMZC
LAG_OFF
DCLDCAPL
DCLGCAPL
LEARNFNS: Maintenance Display
DESCRIPTION
Fan 1 Delta SCT point 1
Fan 1 Delta SCT point 2
Fan 1 Delta SCT point 3
Fan 1 Delta SCT point 4
Fan 1 Delta SCT point 5
Fan 2 Delta SCT point 1
Fan 2 Delta SCT point 2
Fan 2 Delta SCT point 3
Fan 2 Delta SCT point 4
Fan 2 Delta SCT point 5
SCT Delta for Comp A1
SCT Delta for Comp A2
SCT Delta for Comp B1
SCT Delta for Comp B2
SAGP for Compressor A1
SAGM for Compressor A1
SAGP for Compressor A2
SAGM for Compressor A2
SAGP for Compressor B1
SAGM for Compressor B1
SAGP for Compressor B2
SAGM for Compressor B2
VALUE
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
nn.n
nn.n
nn.n
nn.n
nn.n
nn.n
nn.n
nn.n
UNITS
°F
°F
°F
°F
°F
°F
°F
°F
°F
°F
°F
°F
°F
°F
POINT NAME
F1DLTA1
F1DLTA2
F1DLTA3
F1DLTA4
F1DLTA5
F2DLTA1
F2DLTA2
F2DLTA3
F2DLTA4
F2DLTA5
A1SCTDT
A2SCTDT
B1SCTDT
B2SCTDT
SAGA1P
SAGA1M
SAGA2P
SAGA2M
SAGB1P
SAGB1M
SAGB2P
SAGB2M
LOADFACT: Maintenance Display
DESCRIPTION
CAPACITY CONTROL
Load/Unload Factor
Control Point
Entering Fluid Temp
Leaving Fluid Temp
VALUE
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
Ramp Load Limited
Slow Change Override
Cooler Freeze Protection
Low Temperature Cooling
High Temperature Cooling
Minimum Comp. On Time
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
UNITS
°F
°F
°F
POINT NAME
SMZ
CTRL_PNT
EWT
LWT
MODE_5
MODE_9
MODE_16
MODE_17
MODE_18
MODE_23
OCCUPANCY SUPERVISORY (OCCDEFM): Maintenance Display
DESCRIPTION
Current Mode (1=Occup.)
Current Occup. Period #
Timed-Override in Effect
Time-Override Duration
Current Occupied Time
Current Unoccupied Time
Next Occupied Day
Next Occupied Time
Next Unoccupied Day
Next Unoccupied Time
Previous Unoccupied Day
Previous Unoccupied Time
VALUE
0/1
0-8
Yes/No
0-4 hours
hh:mm
hh:mm
hh:mm
hh:mm
hh:mm
84
POINT NAME
MODE
PER-NO
OVERLAST
OVR_HRS
STRTTIME
ENDTIME
NXTOCDAY
NXTOCTIM
NXTUNDAY
NXTUNTIM
PRVUNDAY
PRVUNTIM
PM-COIL: Maintenance Display
DESCRIPTION
Coil Cleaning Srvc Inter
Coil Service Countdown
Coil Cleaning Maint.Done
Coil Cleaning Maint.Date
Coil Cleaning Maint.Date
Coil Cleaning Maint.Date
Coil Cleaning Maint.Date
Coil Cleaning Maint.Date
VALUE
nnnnnn
nnnnnn
Yes/No
mm/dd/yy hh:mm
mm/dd/yy hh:mm
mm/dd/yy hh:mm
mm/dd/yy hh:mm
mm/dd/yy hh:mm
UNITS
hours
hours
POINT NAME
SI_COIL
CL_CDOWN
CL_MAINT
COIL_PM0
COIL_PM1
COIL_PM2
COIL_PM3
COIL_PM4
PM-PUMP: Maintenance Display
DESCRIPTION
Pump Service Interval
Pump 1 Service Countdown
Pump 1 Maintenance Done
Pump 2 Service Countdown
Pump 2 Maintenance Done
Pump 1 Maintenance Date
Pump 1 Maintenance Date
Pump 1 Maintenance Date
Pump 1 Maintenance Date
Pump 1 Maintenance Date
Pump 2 Maintenance Date
Pump 2 Maintenance Date
Pump 2 Maintenance Date
Pump 2 Maintenance Date
Pump 2 Maintenance Date
VALUE
nnnnnn
nnnnnn
Yes/No
nnnnnn
Yes/No
mm/dd/yy hh:mm
mm/dd/yy hh:mm
mm/dd/yy hh:mm
mm/dd/yy hh:mm
mm/dd/yy hh:mm
mm/dd/yy hh:mm
mm/dd/yy hh:mm
mm/dd/yy hh:mm
mm/dd/yy hh:mm
mm/dd/yy hh:mm
UNITS
hours
hours
hours
POINT NAME
SI_PUMPS
P1_CDOWN
P1_MAINT
P2_CDOWN
P2_MAINT
PMP1_PM0
PMP1_PM1
PMP1_PM2
PMP1_PM3
PMP1_PM4
PMP2_PM0
PMP2_PM1
PMP2_PM2
PMP2_PM3
PMP2_PM4
PM-STRN: Maintenance Display
DESCRIPTION
Strainer Srvc Interval
Strainer Srvc Countdown
Strainer Maint. Done
Strainer Maint. Date
Strainer Maint. Date
Strainer Maint. Date
Strainer Maint. Date
Strainer Maint. Date
VALUE
nnnnnn
nnnnnn
Yes/No
mm/dd/yy hh:mm
mm/dd/yy hh:mm
mm/dd/yy hh:mm
mm/dd/yy hh:mm
mm/dd/yy hh:mm
85
UNITS
hours
hours
POINT NAME
SI_STRNR
ST_CDOWN
ST_MAINT
STRN_PM0
STRN_PM1
STRN_PM2
STRN_PM3
STRN_PM4
RUNTEST: Maintenance Display
DESCRIPTION
Percent Total Capacity
Percent Available Cap.
Discharge Pressure
Suction Pressure
Calculated HP Setpoint A
Saturated Condensing Tmp
Saturated Suction Temp
Compr Return Gas Temp
Suction Superheat Temp
Compressor A1 Relay
Compressor A2 Relay
Minimum Load Valve Relay
Compressor A1 Feedback
Compressor A2 Feedback
Percent Total Capacity
Percent Available Cap.
Discharge Pressure
Suction Pressure
Calculated HP Setpoint B
Saturated Condensing Tmp
Saturated Suction Temp
Compr Return Gas Temp
Suction Superheat Temp
Compressor B1 Relay
Compressor B2 Relay
Minimum Load Valve Relay
VALUE
nnn
nnn
nnn.n
nnn.n
nnn.n
nnn.n
nnn.n
nnn.n
nnn.n
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
nnn
nnn
nnn.n
nnn.n
nnn.n
nnn.n
nnn.n
nnn.n
nnn.n
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
Compressor B1 Feedback
Compressor B2 Feedback
Fan 1 Relay
Fan 2 Relay
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
Outside Air Temperature
Space Temperature
Cooler Pump Relay 1
Cooler Pump Relay 2
Cooler Pump 1 Interlock
Cooler Pump 2 Interlock
Cooler Entering Fluid
Cooler Leaving Fluid
Compressor A1 Size
Compressor A2 Size
Compressor B1 Size
Compressor B2 Size
Cooler Flow Switch
UNITS
%
%
psig
psig
°F
°F
°F
°F
^F
%
%
psig
psig
°F
°F
°F
°F
^F
POINT NAME
CAPA_T
CAPA_A
DP_A
SP_A
HSP_A
TMP_SCTA
TMP_SSTA
TMP_RGTA
SH_A
K_A1_RLY
K_A2_RLY
MLV_RLY
K_A1_FBK
K_A2_FBK
CAPB_T
CAPB_A
DP_B
SP_B
HSP_B
TMP_SCTB
TMP_SSTB
TMP_RGTB
SH_B
K_B1_RLY
K_B2_RLY
MLV_RLY
K_B1_FBK
K_B2_FBK
FAN_1
FAN_2
nnn.n
nnn.n
On/Off
On/Off
Open/Closed
Open/Closed
nnn.n
nnn.n
nnn
nnn
nnn
nnn
On/Off
86
°F
°F
°F
°F
tons
tons
tons
tons
OAT
SPT
COOLPMP1
COOLPMP2
PMP1_FBK
PMP2_FBK
COOL_EWT
COOL_LWT
SIZE_A1
SIZE_A2
SIZE_B1
SIZE_B2
COOLFLOW
STRTHOUR: Maintenance Display
DESCRIPTION
Machine Operating Hours
Machine Starts
VALUE
nnnnnn
nnnnnn
UNITS
hours
Circuit A Run Hours
Compressor A1 Run Hours
Compressor A2 Run Hours
Circuit B Run Hours
Compressor B1 Run Hours
Compressor B2 Run Hours
nnnnnn
nnnnnn
nnnnnn
nnnnnn
nnnnnn
nnnnnn
hours
hours
hours
hours
hours
hours
Circuit A Starts
Compressor A1 Starts
Compressor A2 Starts
Circuit B Starts
Compressor B1 Starts
Compressor B2 Starts
nnnnnn
nnnnnn
nnnnnn
nnnnnn
nnnnnn
nnnnnn
PUMP HOURS
Pump 1 Run Hours
Pump 2 Run Hours
nnnnnn
nnnnnn
POINT NAME
HR_MACH
CY_MACH
HR_CIRA
HR_A1
HR_A2
HR_CIRB
HR_B1
HR_B2
CY_CIRA
CY_A1
CY_A2
CY_CIRB
CY_B1
CY_B2
hours
hours
HR_PUMP1
HR_PUMP2
TESTMODE: Maintenance Display
DESCRIPTION
Service Test Mode
Compressor A1 Relay
Compressor A2 Relay
Compressor B1 Relay
Compressor B2 Relay
Fan 1 Relay
Fan 2 Relay
Cooler Pump Relay 1
Cooler Pump Relay 2
Minimum Load Valve Relay
Remote Alarm Relay
VALUE
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
UNITS
POINT NAME
NET_CTRL
S_A1_RLY
S_A2_RLY
S_B1_RLY
S_B2_RLY
S_FAN_1
S_FAN_2
S_CLPMP1
S_CLPMP2
S_MLV
S_ALM
VERSIONS: Maintenance Display
DESCRIPTION
MBB
EMM
MARQUEE
NAVIGATOR
VERSION
CESR131279CESR131174CESR131171CESR130227-
87
VALUE
nn-nn
nn-nn
nn-nn
nn-nn
WSMDEFME: Maintenance Display
DESCRIPTION
WSM Active?
VALUE
Yes
UNITS
POINT NAME
WSMSTAT
Chilled water temp
Equipment status
snn.n
On
°F
CHWTEMP
CHLRST
Commanded state
Enable
Dsable
None
nn.n
snn.n
CHW setpoint reset value
Current CHW setpoint
CHLRENA
^F
°F
88
CHWRVAL
CHWSTPT
APPENDIX B
FACTORY SETTINGS FOR COMPRESSOR, FAN, PUMP,
AND MANUAL STARTERS
UNIT
SIZE
30RA
010
015
018
022
025
030
VOLTAGE
V-PH-Hz
VOLTAGE
SERIES
575-3-60
380-3-60
230-3-60
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
230-3-50
380/415-3-50
575-3-60
380-3-60
230-3-60
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
230-3-50
380/415-3-50
575-3-60
380-3-60
230-3-60
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
230-3-50
380/415-3-50
575-3-60
380-3-60
230-3-60
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
230-3-50
380/415-3-50
575-3-60
380-3-60
230-3-60
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
230-3-50
380/415-3-50
575-3-60
380-3-60
230-3-60
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
-100
-200
-400
-500
-600
-800
-900
-100
-200
-400
-500
-600
-800
-900
-100
-200
-400
-500
-600
-800
-900
-100
-200
-400
-500
-600
-800
-900
-100
-200
-400
-500
-600
-800
-900
-100
-200
-400
-500
-600
OVERLOAD
RELAY (CA1)
SETTING FOR
COMPRESSOR
A1
15.5
24.2
37.1
41.2
19.2
40.9
23.8
22.7
36.1
52.6
58.4
28.6
31.1
17.2
13.6
21
31.9
35.4
16.9
33.7
18.7
14.6
22.7
35.3
39.2
17.5
40.9
23.8
19.9
31.7
44
49
24.2
49.9
29
22.7
36.1
52.6
58.4
28.6
OVERLOAD
RELAY (CA2)
SETTING FOR
COMPRESSOR
A2
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
31.1
17.2
13.6
21
31.9
35.4
16.9
33.7
18.7
19.9
31.7
44
49
24.2
40.9
23.8
19.9
31.7
44
49
24.2
49.9
29
22.7
36.1
52.6
58.4
28.6
MANUAL
STARTER
SETTING FOR
FANS FC-HS/LS
MANUAL
STARTER
SETTING FOR
FANS FC-A1/A2
MANUAL
STARTER
SETTING FOR
CHC (Heaters)
3.6
5.5
9.1
10.1
4.6
7.6
4.6
3.6
5.5
9.1
10.1
4.6
7.6
4.6
3.6
5.5
9.1
10.1
4.6
7.6
4.6
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
2.3
3.5
5.8
7.0
2.9
4.6
3.7
2.3
3.5
5.8
7.0
2.9
4.6
3.7
2.3
3.5
5.8
7.0
2.9
1.8
1.8
2.5
2.5
1.8
2.5
1.8
1.8
1.8
2.5
2.5
1.8
2.5
1.8
1.8
1.8
2.5
2.5
1.8
2.5
1.8
1.8
1.8
2.5
2.5
1.8
2.5
1.8
1.8
1.8
2.5
2.5
1.8
2.5
1.8
1.8
1.8
2.5
2.5
1.8
89
MANUAL STARTER
(CWP1, CWP2) SETTINGS
FOR PUMP OPTIONS
(Model Number Position 9)
A/F B/G C/H D/J E/K
1.9
2.5
2.5
3.6
—
2.9
3.7
3.7
5.4
—
4.8
6.2
6.2
8.9
—
5.3
7.0
7.0
9.8
—
2.8
3.1
3.1
4.4
—
3.4
4.8
4.8
6.1
—
2.0
2.9
2.9
3.7
—
1.9
2.5
2.5
3.6
—
2.9
3.7
3.7
5.4
—
4.8
6.2
6.2
8.9
—
5.3
7.0
7.0
9.8
—
2.8
3.1
3.1
4.4
—
3.4
4.8
4.8
6.1
—
2.0
2.9
2.9
3.7
—
1.9
2.5
2.5
3.6
—
2.9
3.7
3.7
5.4
—
4.8
6.2
6.2
8.9
—
5.3
7.0
7.0
9.8
—
2.8
3.1
3.1
4.4
—
3.4
4.8
4.8
6.1
—
2.0
2.9
2.9
3.7
—
1.9
2.5
2.5
3.6
—
2.9
3.7
3.7
5.4
—
4.8
6.2
6.2
8.9
—
5.3
7.0
7.0
9.8
—
2.8
3.1
3.1
4.4
—
3.4
4.8
4.8
6.1
—
2.0
2.9
2.9
3.7
—
1.9
2.5
2.5
3.6
—
2.9
3.7
3.7
5.4
—
4.8
6.2
6.2
8.9
—
5.3
7.0
7.0
9.8
—
2.8
3.1
3.1
4.4
—
3.4
4.8
4.8
6.1
—
2.0
2.9
2.9
3.7
—
1.9
2.5
2.5
3.6
—
2.9
3.7
3.7
5.4
—
4.8
6.2
6.2
8.9
—
5.3
7.0
7.0
9.8
—
2.8
3.1
3.1
4.4
—
FACTORY SETTINGS FOR COMPRESSOR, FAN, PUMP,
AND MANUAL STARTERS (cont)
UNIT
SIZE
30RA
032
035
040
042
045
050
055
VOLTAGE
V-PH-Hz
230-3-50
380/415-3-50
575-3-60
380-3-60
230-3-60
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
230-3-50
380/415-3-50
575-3-60
380-3-60
230-3-60
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
230-3-50
380/415-3-50
575-3-60
380-3-60
230-3-60
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
230-3-50
380/415-3-50
575-3-60
380-3-60
230-3-60
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60
380-3-60
230-3-60
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
OVERLOAD
OVERLOAD
OVERLOAD
OVERLOAD
RELAY (CA1) RELAY (CA2) RELAY (CB1) RELAY (CB2)
VOLTAGE
SETTING FOR SETTING FOR SETTING FOR SETTING FOR
SERIES
COMPRESSOR COMPRESSOR COMPRESSOR COMPRESSOR
B2
B1
A2
A1
-800
-900
-100
-200
-400
-500
-600
-800
-900
-100
-200
-400
-500
-600
-800
-900
-100
-200
-400
-500
-600
-800
-900
-100
-200
-400
-500
-600
-100
-200
-400
-500
-600
31.4
17.4
14.6
22.7
35.3
39.2
17.5
49.9
29
19.9
31.7
44
49
24.2
40.9
23.8
15.5
24.2
37.1
41.2
19.2
49.9
29
19.9
31.7
44
49
24.2
22.7
36.1
52.6
58.4
28.6
40.9
23.8
19.9
31.7
44
49
24.2
49.9
29
19.9
31.7
44
49
24.2
40.9
23.8
19.9
31.7
44
49
24.2
49.9
29
19.9
31.7
44
49
24.2
22.7
36.1
52.6
58.4
28.6
49.9
29
22.7
36.1
52.6
58.4
28.6
49.9
29
22.7
36.1
52.6
58.4
28.6
40.9
23.8
15.5
24.2
37.1
41.2
19.2
49.9
29
19.9
31.7
44
49
24.2
22.7
36.1
52.6
58.4
28.6
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
40.9
23.8
19.9
31.7
44
49
24.2
49.9
29
19.9
31.7
44
49
24.2
22.7
36.1
52.6
58.4
28.6
90
MANUAL MANUAL
MANUAL
STARTER STARTER
STARTER SETTING SETTING
FOR FANS
FOR CHC
FOR
FC-HS/LS
FC-A1/A2 (Heaters)
7.6
4.6
3.6
5.5
9.1
10.1
4.6
7.6
4.6
3.6
5.5
9.1
10.1
4.6
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
4.6
3.7
2.3
3.5
5.8
7.0
2.9
4.6
3.7
2.3
3.5
5.8
7.0
2.9
4.6
3.7
2.3
3.5
5.8
7.0
2.9
4.6
3.7
2.3
3.5
5.8
7.0
2.9
2.3
3.5
5.8
7.0
2.9
2.5
1.8
1.8
1.8
2.5
2.5
1.8
2.5
1.8
1.8
1.8
2.5
2.5
1.8
2.5
1.8
1.8
1.8
2.5
2.5
1.8
2.5
1.8
1.8
1.8
2.5
2.5
1.8
1.8
1.8
2.5
2.5
1.8
MANUAL STARTER
SETTINGS FOR
PUMP OPTIONS
(Model Number
Position 9)
A/F B/G C/H D/J E/K
— 4.8 — 6.1 10.4
— 2.9 — 3.7 6.4
— 2.5 — 3.6 6.0
— 3.7 — 5.4 9.1
— 6.2 — 8.9 15.1
— 7.0 — 9.8 16.7
— 3.1 — 4.4 7.6
— 4.8 — 6.1 10.4
— 2.9 — 3.7 6.4
— 2.5 — 3.6 6.0
— 3.7 — 5.4 9.1
— 6.2 — 8.9 15.1
— 7.0 — 9.8 16.7
— 3.1 — 4.4 7.6
— 4.8 — 6.1 10.4
— 2.9 — 3.7 6.4
— 2.5 — 3.6 6.0
— 3.7 — 5.4 9.1
— 6.2 — 8.9 15.1
— 7.0 — 9.8 16.7
— 3.1 — 4.4 7.6
— 4.8 — 6.1 10.4
— 2.9 — 3.7 6.4
— 2.5 — 3.6 6.0
— 3.7 — 5.4 9.1
— 6.2 — 8.9 15.1
— 7.0 — 9.8 16.7
— 3.1 — 4.4 7.6
— 2.5 — 3.6 6.0
— 3.7 — 5.4 9.1
— 6.2 — 8.9 15.1
— 7.0 — 9.8 16.7
— 3.1 — 4.4 7.6
APPENDIX C
Building Interface — The 30RAN chiller can be interfaced with multi-vendor control systems through 3 levels of
inter-operability using BAClink, DataPort™, or DataLink™
controls. BAClink controls function as a gateway between a
CCN and a BACnet™ system to facilitate the passing of data
from the CCN to BACnet. The Carrier DataPort control is an
interface device that allows other HVAC control systems to
“read only” values in system elements connected to a CCN
communication bus. The Carrier DataLink control is an interface device that allows other HVAC control systems to read
and change (“read/write”) values in system elements connected
to a CCN bus. Both DataPort and DataLink controls request
data from a specified CCN system element and translate this
data into ASCII characters off network. Information from the
30RAN chiller control to support interface are listed in the
following tables.
DataPort, DataLink, BAClink Object Definition
CCN TABLE
NAME
A_UNIT
CIRCADIO
CIRCA_AN
CIRCBDIO
CIRCB_AN
DESCRIPTION
GENERAL PARAMETERS
Control Mode
Occupied
CCN Chiller
Low Sound Active
Alarm State
Active Demand Limit
Override Modes In Effect
Percent Total Capacity
Requested Stage
Active Setpoint
Control Point
Entering Fluid Temp
Leaving Fluid Temp
Emergency Stop
Minutes Left for Start
PUMPS
Cooler Pump Relay 1
Cooler Pump Relay 2
Cooler Pump 1 Interlock
Cooler Pump 2 Interlock
Cooler Flow Switch
Lead Pump
Rotate Cooler Pumps Now
Heat/Cool Select
CIRC. A DISCRETE OUTPUTS
Compressor A1 Relay
Compressor A2 Relay
Minimum Load Valve Relay
CIRC. A DISCRETE INPUTS
Compressor A1 Feedback
Compressor A2 Feedback
CIRCUIT A ANALOG VALUES
Percent Total Capacity
Percent Available Cap.
Discharge Pressure
Suction Pressure
Calculated HP Setpoint A
Saturated Condensing Tmp
Saturated Suction Temp
Compr Return Gas Temp
Suction Superheat Temp
CIRC. B DISCRETE OUTPUTS
Compressor B1 Relay
Compressor B2 Relay
Minimum Load Valve Relay
CIRC. B DISCRETE INPUTS
Compressor B1 Feedback
Compressor B2 Feedback
CIRCUIT B ANALOG VALUES
Percent Total Capacity
Percent Available Cap.
Discharge Pressure
Suction Pressure
Calculated HP Setpoint B
Saturated Condensing Tmp
Saturated Suction Temp
Compr Return Gas Temp
Suction Superheat Temp
STATUS
UNITS
POINT
DataPort
DataLink
BAClink
STAT
OCC
CHIL_S_S
LSACTIVE
ALM
DEM_LIM
MODE
CAP_T
STAGE
SP
CTRL_PNT
EWT
LWT
EMSTOP
MIN_LEFT
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RW
RO
RO
RW
RO
RO
RO
RO
RW
RO
RO
RW
RO
RO
RO
RW
NA
RO
RW
NA
RO
NA
NA
RW
RO
RO
RW
NA
Off/On
Off/On
Open/Close
Open/Close
Off/On
0, 1, 2
No/Yes
COOLPMP1
COOLPMP2
PMP1_FBK
PMP2_FBK
COOLFLOW
LEADPUMP
ROT_PUMP
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Heat/Cool
HC_SEL
RO
RO
NA
Off/On
Off/On
Off/On
K_A1_RLY
K_A2_RLY
MLV_RLY
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
NA
Off/On
Off/On
K_A1_FBK
K_A2_FBK
RO
RO
RO
RO
NA
NA
CAPA_T
CAPA_A
DP_A
SP_A
HSP_A
TMP_SCTA
TMP_SSTA
TMP_RGTA
SH_A
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
NA
RO
RO
NA
RO
Off/On
Off/On
Off/On
K_B1_RLY
K_B2_RLY
MLV_RLY
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
NA
Off/On
Off/On
K_B1_FBK
K_B2_FBK
RO
RO
RO
RO
NA
NA
CAPB_T
CAPB_A
DP_B
SP_B
HSP_B
TMP_SCTB
TMP_SSTB
TMP_RGTB
SH_B
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
NA
RO
RO
NA
RO
(Modes 0-9)
No/Yes
Start/Stop
No/Yes
Normal/Alert/Alarm
0 to 100
No/Yes
0 to 100
0 to 99
–20 to 70 (–28.8 to 21.1)
–20 to 70 (–28.8 to 21.1)
snnn.n
snnn.n
Enable/Emstop
00:00 to 15:00
0 to 100
0 to 100
nnn.n
nnn.n
nnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
%
%
°F (°C)
°F (°C)
°F (°C)
°F (°C)
Minutes
%
%
PSIG (KPA)
PSIG (KPA)
°F (°C)
°F (°C)
°F (°C)
°F (°C)
dF (dC)
0 to 100
0 to 100
nnn.n
nnn.n
nnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
%
%
PSIG (KPA)
PSIG (KPA)
°F (°C)
°F (°C)
°F (°C)
°F (°C)
dF (dC)
NOTE: In order to write to any point with DataLink or BAClink controls, the machine must be configured for CCN control. CTRL
Control Method (Configuration mode, sub-mode OPT2) must be set
to 3 = CCN Control.
LEGEND
NA — Not Available
RO — Read Only
RW — Read/Write
91
DataPort, DataLink, BAClink Object Definition (cont)
CCN TABLE
NAME
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
STATUS
UNITS
POINT
DataPort
DataLink
BAClink
FAN_1
FAN_2
COOL_HTR
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
NA
FANS
Fan 1 Relay
Fan 2 Relay
Cooler/Pump Heater
Off/On
Off/On
Off/On
UNIT ANALOG VALUES
Cooler Entering Fluid
Cooler Leaving Fluid
Lead/Lag Fluid
snnn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
°F (°C)
°F (°C)
°F (°C)
COOL_EWT
COOL_LWT
DUAL_LWT
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
NA
TEMPERTURE RESET
4-20 mA Reset Signal
Outside Air Temperature
Space Temperature
nn.n
snnn.n
snnn.n
ma
°F (°C)
°F (°C)
RST_MA
OAT
SPT
RO
RO
RO
RO
RW
RW
RO
NA
NA
DEMAND LIMIT
4-20 mA Demand Signal
Demand Limit Switch 1
Demand Limit Switch 2
CCN Loadshed Signal
nn.n
Off/On
Off/On
0, 1, 2
ma
LMT_MA
DMD_SW1
DMD_SW2
DL_STAT
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
NA
NA
RO
HEAT_REQ
DUAL_IN
LWT_SP
ICE_DONE
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
NA
NA
NA
NA
MISCELLANEOUS
Heat Request
Dual Setpoint Switch
Cooler LWT Setpoint
Ice Done
COOLING
Cooling Setpoint 1
Cooling Setpoint 2
Ice Setpoint
Off/On
Off/On
snnn.n
Off/On
°F (°C)
–20 to 70 (–28.8 to 21.1)
–20 to 70 (–28.8 to 21.1)
–20 to 32 (–28.8 to 0.0)
°F (°C)
°F (°C)
°F (°C)
CSP1
CSP2
CSP3
NA
NA
NA
RW
RW
RW
RW
NA
NA
0.2 to 2.0 (0.1 to 1.1)
dF (dC)
CRAMP
NA
RW
NA
–20 to 34 (–28.8 to 1.1)
0
00000000
00:00
00:00
00000000
00:00
00:00
00000000
00:00
00:00
00000000
00:00
00:00
00000000
00:00
00:00
00000000
00:00
00:00
00000000
00:00
00:00
00000000
00:00
00:00
°F (°C)
Hours
BRN_FRZ
OVR-EXT
DOW1
OCCTOD1
UNOCTOD1
DOW2
OCCTOD2
UNOCTOD2
DOW3
OCCTOD3
UNOCTOD3
DOW4
OCCTOD4
UNOCTOD4
DOW5
OCCTOD5
UNOCTOD5
DOW6
OCCTOD6
UNOCTOD6
DOW7
OCCTOD7
UNOCTOD7
DOW8
OCCTOD8
UNOCTOD8
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
NA
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
SETPOINT
RAMP LOADING
Cooling Ramp Loading
OCCPC01S
Brine Freeze Point
Timed Override Hours
Period 1 DOW (MTWTFSSH)
Occupied Time
Unoccupied Time
Period 2 DOW (MTWTFSSH)
Occupied Time
Unoccupied Time
Period 3 DOW (MTWTFSSH)
Occupied Time
Unoccupied Time
Period 4 DOW (MTWTFSSH)
Occupied Time
Unoccupied Time
Period 5 DOW (MTWTFSSH)
Occupied Time
Unoccupied Time
Period 6 DOW (MTWTFSSH)
Occupied Time
Unoccupied Time
Period 7 DOW (MTWTFSSH)
Occupied Time
Unoccupied Time
Period 8 DOW (MTWTFSSH)
Occupied Time
Unoccupied Time
LEGEND
NA — Not Available
RO — Read Only
RW — Read/Write
NOTE: In order to write to any point with DataLink or BAClink controls, the machine must be configured for CCN control. CTRL
Control Method (Configuration mode, sub-mode OPT2) must be set
to 3 = CCN Control.
Copyright 2003 Carrier Corporation
Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.
PC 903
Catalog No. 533-00047
Printed in U.S.A.
Form 30RA-2T
Pg 92
1-03
Replaces: 30RA-1T
Book 2
Tab 5c
START-UP CHECKLIST FOR 30RA LIQUID CHILLER
(Remove and use for Job File)
I. Project Information
JOB NAME ______________________________________________________________________________
ADDRESS _______________________________________________________________________________
CITY
____________________________________________ STATE _______________ ZIP______________
INSTALLING CONTRACTOR ________________________________________________________________
SALES OFFICE ___________________________________________________________________________
START-UP PERFORMED BY ________________________________________________________________
Design Information
CAPACITY
CEAT
EWT
LWT
FLUID TYPE
FLOW RATE
P.D.
UNIT MODEL ______________________________ SERIAL ________________________________
II. Preliminary Equipment Check
IS THERE ANY PHYSICAL DAMAGE?
YES NO
DESCRIPTION ____________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________
1. UNIT IS INSTALLED LEVEL AS PER THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.
2. POWER SUPPLY AGREES WITH THE UNIT NAMEPLATE.
3. ELECTRICAL POWER WIRING IS INSTALLED PROPERLY.
4. UNIT IS PROPERLY GROUNDED.
5. ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT PROTECTION HAS BEEN SIZED AND INSTALLED PROPERLY.
6. ALL TERMINALS ARE TIGHT.
7. ALL PLUG ASSEMBLIES ARE TIGHT.
8. ALL CABLES AND THERMISTORS HAVE BEEN INSPECTED FOR CROSSED WIRES.
9. ALL THERMISTORS ARE FULLY INSERTED INTO WELLS.
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
Chilled Water System Check
1. ALL CHILLED WATER VALVES ARE OPEN.
2. ALL PIPING IS CONNECTED PROPERLY.
3. ALL AIR HAS BEEN PURGED FROM THE SYSTEM.
4. CHILLED WATER PUMP IS OPERATING WITH THE CORRECT ROTATION.
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Tab
Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.
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PC 903
Catalog No. 533-00047
Printed in U.S.A.
Form 30RA-2T
Pg CL-1
1-03
Replaces: 30RA-1T
5c
5. CHILLED WATER PUMP STARTER INTERLOCKED WITH CHILLER.
6. CHILLED WATER FLOW SWITCH IS OPERATIONAL.
7. WATER LOOP VOLUME GREATER THAN MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS. (See Table 40).
8. PROPER LOOP FREEZE PROTECTION PROVIDED TO _____ °F (°C).
ANTIFREEZE TYPE _____________________ CONCENTRATION __________%.
IF OUTDOOR AMBIENT IS BELOW 32 F (0° C) THEN ITEMS 9-11 HAVE TO BE
COMPLETED TO PROVIDE COOLER FREEZE PROTECTION TO –20 F (–29 C). (REFER
TO WINTER SHUTDOWN FOR PROPER COOLER WINTERIZATION PROCEDURE.)
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES NO
9. OUTDOOR PIPING WRAPPED WITH ELECTRIC HEATER TAPE,
INSULATED AND OPERATIONAL.
YES NO
YES NO
10. COOLER HEATERS INSTALLED AND OPERATIONAL.
11. CHILLED WATER PUMP CONTROLLED BY CHILLER.
III. Unit Start-Up
1. COMPRESSOR OIL LEVEL IS CORRECT.
2. VERIFY COMPRESSOR MOUNTING BOLT TORQUE IS 10-14 FT-LB. (13.5-18.9 N-M).
3. LEAK CHECK UNIT. LOCATE, REPAIR AND REPORT ANY REFRIGERANT LEAKS.
4. VOLTAGE IS WITHIN UNIT NAMEPLATE RANGE.
5. CONTROL TRANSFORMER PRIMARY CONNECTION SET FOR PROPER VOLTAGE.
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
6. CONTROL TRANSFORMER SECONDARY VOLTAGE =
7. CHECK VOLTAGE IMBALANCE:
A-B
A-C
B-C
AVERAGE VOLTAGE =
(A-B + A-C + B-C)/3
MAXIMUM DEVIATION FROM AVERAGE VOLTAGE =
VOLTAGE IMBALANCE = ____________% (MAX. DEVIATION/AVERAGE VOLTAGE) X 100
VOLTAGE IMBALANCE LESS THAN 2%.
(DO NOT START CHILLER IF VOLTAGE IMBALANCE IS GREATER THAN 2%.
CONTACT LOCAL UTILITY FOR ASSISTANCE.)
8. VERIFY COOLER FLOW RATE.
PRESSURE ENTERING COOLER
PRESSURE LEAVING COOLER
COOLER PRESSURE DROP
Psig X 2.31 ft./psi =
kPa X 0.334 m/psi
COOLER FLOW RATE
YES NO
YES NO
________ psig (kPa)
________ psig (kPa)
________ psig (kPa)
________ ft of water
________ m of water
________ gpm (l/s) (See Cooler Pressure
Drop Curves from
Installation, Start-up and
Service Instructions)
Start and Operate Machine. Complete the Following:
1. COMPLETE COMPONENT TEST.
2. CHECK REFRIGERANT AND OIL CHARGE.
3. RECORD COMPRESSOR MOTOR CURRENT.
4. RECORD CONFIGURATION SETTINGS.
5. RECORD OPERATING TEMPERATURES AND PRESSURES.
6. PROVIDE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS TO OWNER’S PERSONNEL.
CL-2
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
Instruction Time ________ hours.
OPERATING DATA:
RECORD THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION FROM THE PRESSURES AND TEMPERATURES MODES WHEN
MACHINE IS IN A STABLE OPERATING CONDITION:
PRESSURE/TEMPERATURE
CIRCUIT A
CIRCUIT B
DISCHARGE PRESSURE
DP.A
DP.B
SUCTION PRESSURE
SP.A
SP.B
SATURATED CONDENSING TEMP
SCT.A
SCT.B
SATURATED SUCTION TEMP
SST.A
SST.B
LIQUID LINE TEMPERATURE*
DISCHARGE LINE TEMPERATURE*
RETURN GAS TEMPERATURE*
*Readings taken with a digital thermometer.
COOLER EWT
EWT
COOLER LWT
LWT
OUTDOOR-AIR TEMPERATURE
OAT
CONTROL POINT
CTPT
PERCENT TOTAL CAPACITY
CAP
LEAD/LAG LEAVING FLUID
DLWT
(Dual Chiller Control Only)
Compressor Running Current — All readings taken at full load.
COMPRESSOR MOTOR CURRENT
L1
L2
L3
L1
L2
L3
L1
L2
L3
COMPRESSOR A1
COMPRESSOR A2
COMPRESSOR B1
COMPRESSOR B2
CONDENSER FAN MOTOR CURRENT
FAN MOTOR 1
FAN MOTOR 2
FAN MOTOR 3
FAN MOTOR 4
COOLER PUMP MOTOR CURRENT
COOLER PUMP 1
COOLER PUMP 2
CL-3
Record Software Versions
MODE — RUN STATUS
SUB-MODE
VERS
ITEM
MBB
MARQ
EMM
NAVI
DISPLAY
ITEM
EXPANSION
CESR-131279- _ _-_ _
CESR-131171- _ _-_ _
CESR-131174- _ _-_ _
CESR-131227- _ _-_ _
(PRESS ENTER & ESCAPE SIMULTANEOUSLY TO OBTAIN
SOFTWARE VERSIONS)
COMMENTS:
_________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________
SIGNATURES:
START-UP
TECHNICIAN _____________________________
CUSTOMER
REPRESENTATIVE _____________________________
DATE ___________________________________
DATE ________________________________________
CL-4
III. Unit Start-Up (cont)
RECORD CONFIGURATION SETTINGS
UNIT (Configuration Settings)
SUBMODE
UNIT
ITEM
DISPLAY
SZA.1
SZA.2
SZB.1
SZB.2
SH.SP
REFG
FAN.S
XX
XX
XX
XX
XX.X ∆F
X
X
DESCRIPTION
UNIT CONFIGURATION
COMPRESSOR A1 SIZE
COMPRESSOR A2 SIZE
COMPRESSOR B1 SIZE
COMPRESSOR B2 SIZE
SUPERHEAT SETPOINT
REFRIGERANT
FAN STAGING SELECT
VALUE
PRESS ESCAPE KEY TO DISPLAY ‘UNIT’. PRESS DOWN ARROW KEY TO DISPLAY ‘OPT1’.
PRESS ENTER KEY. RECORD CONFIGURATION INFORMATION BELOW:
OPTIONS1 (Options Configuration)
SUBMODE
OPT1
ITEM
DISPLAY
FLUD
MLV.S
MMR.S
RG.EN
CPC
PM1E
PM2E
PM.P.S
PM.SL
PM.DY
PM.DT
ROT.P
EMM
X
YES/NO
YES/NO
ENBL/DSBL
ON/OFF
YES/NO
YES/NO
YES/NO
X
XX MIN
XXXX HRS
YES/NO
YES/NO
DESCRIPTION
UNIT OPTIONS 1 HARDWARE
COOLER FLUID
MINIMUM LOAD VALVE SELECT
MOTORMASTER SELECT
RETURN GAS SENSOR ENABLE
COOLER PUMP CONTROL
COOLER PUMP 1 ENABLE
COOLER PUMP 2 ENABLE
COOLER PMP PERIODIC STRT
COOLER PUMP SELECT
COOLER PUMP SHUTDOWN DLY
PUMP CHANGEOVER HOURS
ROTATE COOLER PUMPS NOW
EMM MODULE INSTALLED
CL-5
VALUE
III. Unit Start-Up (cont)
PRESS ESCAPE KEY TO DISPLAY ‘OPT1’. PRESS DOWN ARROW KEY TO DISPLAY ‘OPT2’.
PRESS ENTER KEY.
RECORD CONFIGURATION INFORMATION BELOW.
OPTIONS2 (Options Configuration)
SUBMODE
OPT2
ITEM
DISPLAY
CTRL
CCNA
CCNB
BAUD
LOAD
LLCS
LCWT
DELY
ICE.M
CLS.C
LS.MD
LS.ST
LS.ND
LS.LT
X
XXX
XXX
X
X
X
XX.X ∆F
XX
ENBL/DSBL
ENBL/DSBL
X
00:00
00:00
XXX %
DESCRIPTION
UNIT OPTIONS 2 CONTROLS
CONTROL METHOD
CCN ADDRESS
CCN BUS NUMBER
CCN BAUD RATE
LOADING SEQUENCE SELECT
LEAD/LAG CIRCUIT SELECT
HIGH LCW ALERT LIMIT
MINUTES OFF TIME
ICE MODE ENABLE
CLOSE CONTROL SELECT
LOW SOUND MODE SELECT
LOW SOUND START TIME
LOW SOUND END TIME
LOW SOUND CAPACITY LIMIT
VALUE
RSET (Reset Configuration Settings)
SUBMODE
RSET
ITEM
DISPLAY
CRST
MA.DG
RM.NO
RM.F
RM.DG
RT.NO
RT.F
RT.DG
DMDC
DM20
SHNM
SHDL
SHTM
DLS1
DLS2
LLEN
MSSL
SLVA
LLBL
LLBD
LLDY
PARA
X
XX.X °F
XXX.X °F
XXX.X °F
XX.X °F
XXX.X °F
XXX.X °F
XX.X °F
X
XXX %
XXX
XXX %
XXX
XXX %
XXX %
ENBL/DSBL
SLVE/MAST
XXX
X
XXX
XXX
YES/NO
DESCRIPTION
RESET COOL TEMP
COOLING RESET TYPE
4-20 - DEGREES RESET
REMOTE - NO RESET TEMP
REMOTE - FULL RESET TEMP
REMOTE - DEGREES RESET
RETURN - NO RESET TEMP
RETURN - FULL RESET TEMP
RETURN - DEGREES RESET
DEMAND LIMIT SELECT
DEMAND LIMIT AT 20 MA
LOADSHED GROUP NUMBER
LOADSHED DEMAND DELTA
MAXIMUM LOADSHED TIME
DEMAND LIMIT SWITCH 1
DEMAND LIMIT SWITCH 2
LEAD/LAG CHILLER ENABLE
MASTER/SLAVE SELECT
SLAVE ADDRESS
LEAD/LAG BALANCE SELECT
LEAD/LAG BALANCE DELTA
LAG START DELAY
PARALLEL CONFIGURATION
CL-6
VALUE
III. Unit Start-Up (cont)
PRESS ESCAPE KEY TO DISPLAY ‘RSET’. PRESS DOWN ARROW KEY TO DISPLAY ‘SLCT’.
PRESS ENTER KEY.
RECORD CONFIGURATION INFORMATION BELOW:
SLCT (Setpoint and Ramp Load Configuration)
SUBMODE
SLCT
ITEM
DISPLAY
CLSP
RL.S
CRMP
SCHD
Z.GN
X
ENBL/DSBL
X.X
XX
X.X
DESCRIPTION
SETPOINT AND RAMP LOAD
COOLING SETPOINT SELECT
RAMP LOAD SELECT
COOLING RAMP LOADING
SCHEDULE NUMBER
DEADBAND MULTIPLIER
VALUE
PRESS ESCAPE KEY SEVERAL TIMES TO GET TO THE MODE LEVEL (BLANK DISPLAY). USE THE
ARROW KEYS TO SCROLL TO THE SET POINT LED. PRESS ENTER TO DISPLAY SETPOINTS.
RECORD CONFIGURATION INFORMATION BELOW:
SETPOINT
SUBMODE
COOL
HEAD
FRZ
ITEM
DISPLAY
CSP.1
CSP.2
CSP.3
XXX.X °F
XXX.X °F
XXX.X °F
HD.P.A
HD.P.B
XXX.X °F
XXX.X °F
BR.FZ
XXX.X °F
DESCRIPTION
COOLING SETPOINTS
COOLING SETPOINT 1
COOLING SETPOINT 2
ICE SETPOINT
HEAD PRESSURE SETPOINTS
CALCULATED HP SETPOINT A
CALCULATED HP SETPOINT B
BRINE FREEZE SETPOINT
BRINE FREEZE POINT
CL-7
VALUE
COMPONENT TEST
USE ESCAPE/ARROW KEYS TO ILLUMINATE CONFIGURATION LED. PRESS ENTER TO DISPLAY ‘DISP’.
PRESS ENTER AGAIN TO DISPLAY ‘TEST’ FOLLOWED BY ‘OFF’. PRESS ENTER TO STOP DISPLAY AT
‘OFF’ AND ENTER AGAIN SO ‘OFF’ DISPLAY FLASHES. ‘PASS’ AND ‘WORD’ WILL FLASH IF PASSWORD
NEEDS TO BE ENTERED. PRESS ENTER TO DISPLAY PASSWORD FIELD AND USE THE ENTER KEY FOR
EACH OF THE FOUR PASSWORD DIGITS. USE ARROW KEYS IF PASSWORD IS OTHER THAN STANDARD.
AT FLASHING ‘OFF’ DISPLAY, PRESS THE UP ARROW KEY TO DISPLAY ‘ON’ AND PRESS ENTER. ALL LED
SEGMENTS AND MODE LEDS WILL LIGHT UP. PRESS ESCAPE TO STOP THE TEST. PRESS ESCAPE TO
RETURN TO THE ‘DISP’ DISPLAY. PRESS THE ESCAPE KEY AGAIN AND USE THE ARROW KEYS TO ILLUMINATE THE SERVICE TEST LED. PRESS ENTER TO DISPLAY ‘TEST’. PRESS ENTER TO STOP DISPLAY
AT ‘OFF’ AND ENTER AGAIN SO ‘OFF’ FLASHES. PRESS THE UP ARROW KEY AND ENTER TO ENABLE
THE MANUAL MODE. PRESS ESCAPE AND DISPLAY NOW SAYS ‘TEST’ ‘ON’. REFER TO THE TABLE
BELOW.
Service Test Mode and Sub-Mode Directory
SUB-MODE
KEYPAD
ENTRY
ITEM
DISPLAY
ON/OFF
ENTER
ITEM
EXPANSION
SERVICE TEST MODE
TEST
COMMENT
Completed
(Yes/No)
To Enable Service Test Mode,
move Enable/Off/Remote
Contact switch to OFF. Change
TEST to ON. Move switch to
ENABLE.
OUTPUTS AND PUMPS
ENTER
OUTS
SIZES 010-018,
Condenser fan at low speed
SIZES 022-030
Condenser fan A1 energized
SIZES 032-055,
Condenser fan A2 energized
SIZES 022-030,
Condenser fan A2 energized
SIZES 032-040,
Condenser fan B1 at high speed
SIZES 042-055,
Condenser fan B2 energized
FAN1
ON/OFF
FAN 1 RELAY
FAN2
ON/OFF
FAN 2 RELAY
CLP.1
ON/OFF
COOLER PUMP 1 RELAY
CLP.2
ON/OFF
COOLER PUMP 2 RELAY
CL.HT
ON/OFF
COOLER/PUMP HEATER
RMT.A
ON/OFF
REMOTE ALARM RELAY
CC.A1
ON/OFF
COMPRESSOR A1 RELAY
CC.A2
ON/OFF
COMPRESSOR A2 RELAY
MLV
ON/OFF
MINIMUM LOAD VALVE RELAY
CC.B1
ON/OFF
COMPRESSOR B1 RELAY
See Note
CC.B2
ON/OFF
COMPRESSOR B2 RELAY
See Note
MLV
ON/OFF
MINIMUM LOAD VALVE RELAY
See Note
CIRCUIT A COMPRESSOR TEST
ENTER
CMPA
CIRCUIT B COMPRESSOR TEST
ENTER
CMPB
NOTE: If the unit has a single circuit, the Circuit B items will not appear in the display, except the ability to configure circuit B will be displayed.
Copyright 2003 Carrier Corporation
Book
Tab
Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.
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PC 903
Catalog No. 533-00047
Printed in U.S.A.
Form 30RA-2T
Pg CL-8
1-03
Replaces: 30RA-1T
5c
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CUT ALONG DOTTED LINE
III. Unit Start-Up (cont)