Dometic 520316.501 Specifications

RECORD THIS UNIT INFORMATION
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE:
Model Number
Serial Number
Date Purchased
520 Series DUO-THERM HP
530 Series DUO-THERM HP heat pump
579 Series Brisk Air
590 Series Brisk Air
591 Series Heat Pump
595 Series Quick Cool
600 Series Penguin
630 Series Penguin
USA
SERVICE OFFICE
Dometic Corporation
2320 Industrial Parkway
Elkhart, IN 46516
574-294-2511
Roof Top Air Conditioners & Heat Pumps
Used With Part No. 3109226.005 & 3109407.001
Comfort Control Center Electronic Control Kit
Ducted Installation Using
3109228.001 (White) Comfort Control CenterTM OR
3109228.019 (Black) Comfort Control CenterTM
CANADA
Dometic Corporation
46, Zatonski, Unit 3
Brantford, ON N3T 5L8
CANADA
519-720-9578
For Service Center
Assistance Call:
800-544-4881
THIS UNIT IS DESIGNED FOR OEM INSTALLATION
ALL INITIAL INSTALLATIONS MUST BE APPROVED BY
DOMETIC CORPORTION
This manual must be read and understood before installation, adjustment, service, or maintenance
is performed. This unit must be
installed by a qualified service
technician. Modification of this
product can be extremely hazardous and could result in personal
injury or property damage.
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
Revision
Form No. 3109270.102 8/07
(Replaces 3109270.094)
(French 3109537.096)
©2007 Dometic Corporation
LaGrange, IN 46761
57908.321
57908.521
57912.321
57912.531
57912.532
57912.621
57912.622
57912.631
57915.321
57915.322
57915.331
57915.336
57915.421
57915.422
57915.521
57915.522
Lire et comprendre ce manuel avant
de procéder à l'installation, à des réglages, de l'entretien ou des réparations.
L'installation de cet appareil doit être
effectuée par un réparateur qualifié.
Toute modification de cet appareil
peut être extrêmement dangereuse et
entraîner des blessures ou dommages
matériels.
Important: These instructions must
stay with unit. Owner read carefully.
MODELS
57915.531
57915.536
57915.541
57915.546
57915.621
57915.622
57915.626
57915.631
57915.731
57915.741
59016.521
59016.526
59016.531
59016.621
59136.321
59136.331
59136.336
59136.521
59136.531
59136.536
59136.621
59136.631
59516.303
59516.331
59516.336
59516.501
59516.506
59516.531
59516.536
59516.601
59516.603
59516.606
59516.631
59516.731
59528.601
59529.531
59529.601
59529.631
59530.531
59530.532
59530.536
59530.601
59530.631
59530.632
600312.321
600312.421
600315.321
600315.326
600315.421
630035.321
630035.421
520300.501
520310.501
520315.501
520315.506
520316.501
520316.506
530515.501
530515.606
530516.501
530516.506
CCC Ducted Installation Instructions
1.GENERAL INFORMATION
Safety Instructions
A. Product features or specifications as described or illustrated are subject to change without notice.
B. This air conditioner is designed for:
1. Installation on a recreational vehicle at the time
the vehicle is manufactured.
2. Mounting on the roof of a recreational vehicle.
3. Connection to an air distribution system located in
the ceiling/roof cavity of the recreational vehicle.
4. Roof construction with rafters/joists on minimum
of 16 inch centers.
5. Minimum of 2.00" and maximum of 5.50" distance
between roof to ceiling of recreational vehicle.
Alternate installation methods will allow for roofs
more than 5.50" thick.
This manual has safety information and instructions to help users eliminate or reduce the risk
of accidents and injuries.
Recognize Safety Information
C. The ability of the air conditioner to maintain the desired
inside temperature depends on the heat gain of the RV.
Some preventative measures taken by the occupants
of the RV can reduce the heat gain and improve the
performance of the air conditioner. During extremely
high outdoor temperatures, the heat gain of the vehicle
may be reduced by:
1. Parking the RV in a shaded area.
2. Using window shades (blinds and/or curtains).
3. Keeping windows and doors shut or minimizing
usage.
4. Avoiding the use of heat producing appliances.
This is the safety-alert symbol. When you see this
symbol in this manual, be alert to the potential
for personal injury.
Follow recommended precautions and safe operating instructions.
Understand Signal Words
Operation on High Fan/Cooling mode will give optimum
or maximum efficiency in high humidity or high outside
temperatures.
Starting the air conditioner early in the morning and giving
it a "head start" on the expected high outdoor ambient will
greatly improve its ability to maintain the desired indoor
temperature.
For a more permanent solution to high heat gain, accessories like A&E outdoor patio and window awnings will reduce
heat gain by removing the direct sun. They also add a nice
area to enjoy company during the cool of the evening.
D. Condensation
Note: The manufacturer of this air conditioner will not be
responsible for damage caused by condensed moisture
on ceilings or other surfaces. Air contains moisture and
this moisture tends to condense on cold surfaces. When
air enters the RV, condensed moisture may appear on the
ceiling, windows, metal parts, etc. The air conditioner removes this moisture from the air during normal operation.
Keeping doors and windows closed when this air conditioner is in operation will minimize condensed moisture on
cold surfaces.
A signal word , WARNING OR CAUTION is used
with the safety-alert symbol. They give the level
of risk for potential injury.
indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result
in death or serious injury.
indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided may result in
minor or moderate injury.
used without the safety alert
symbol indicates, a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided may result in property
damage.
Read and follow all safety information and instructions.
13,500
13,500
13,500
13,500
13,500
13,500
13,500
13,500
13,500
13,500
13,500
13,500
13,500
13,500
13,500
13,500
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
57915.331
57915.336
57915.421
57915.422
57915.521
57915.522
57915.531
57915.536
57915.541
57915.546
57915.621
57915.622
57915.626
57915.631
57915.731
57915.741
59016.521
59016.526
59016.531
59016.621
59136.321
59136.331
*
**
***
11,000
11,000
11,000
13,500
13,500
57912.621
57912.622
57912.631
57915.321
57915.322
60.0
60.0
58.0
71.0
71.0
71.0
77.0
54.4
54.4
54.4
54.4
56.0
59.0
59.0
59.0
62.0
62.0
58.0
58.0
50.0
50.0
59.0
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
6.0
6.0
5.8
6.0
6.0
6.0
6.0
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
15.5
26.5
26.5
26.5
26.5
16.0
16.5
16.0
16.5
15.0
16.5
16.5
16.5
16.0
16.0
15.5
15.5
13.5
14.5
16.0
16.0
18.0
18.0
15.0
15.5
16.012 AWG
17.0Copper
15.5up to 24’
18.5
16.5
0.40 / 1.10 34.0
.040 / 1.10 34.0
0.55 / 0.90
0.40 /1.1 0
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
325 / 350 / 250
350 / 250
350 / 250
350 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
TOTAL REFRIGERANT
MINIMUM
STATIC
R-22 (OZ)
WIRE SIZE*
MAX/MIN
“ W. C.
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250 FAN MOTOR
SCFM-HIGH
LOCKED
SPEED
ROTOR
MAX/MIN
AMPS
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
102
102
94
101
104
104
101
94
94
94
94
94
94
94
94
94
94
100
104
100
100
94
94
94
94
104
104
75
75
94
94
94
AC CIRCUIT
INSTALLED
PROTECTION
WEIGHT
*** USER
(POUNDS)
SUPPLIED
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
2.5 KW / 4.0 KW
2.5 KW / 4.0 KW
2.5 KW / 4.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
2.5 KW / 4.0 KW
2.5 KW / 4.0 KW
2.5 KW / 4.0 KW
2.5 KW / 4.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
MINIMUM
GENERATOR
SIZE**
1 UNIT/ 2 UNITS
For wire lengths over 24 ft. consult the National Electric Code for proper sizing.
Dometic Corporation gives GENERAL guidelines for generator requirements. These guidelines come from experiences people have had in actual appli
cations When sizing the generator, the total power usage of your recreational vehicle must be considered. Keep in mind generators lose power at high altitudes and from lack of maintenance.
CIRCUIT PROTECTION: Time Delay Fuse or HACR Circuit Breakers Required.
12.7
12.7
12.0
12.9
12.9
12.9
12.9
11.0
11.0
11.0
11.0
11.3
12.1
12.1
12.1
11.3
11.3
11.4
11.4
11.5
11.5
12.1
8.5
8.5
8.5
12.1
11.4
48.3
48.3
48.3
60.0
58.0
11,000
11,000
11,000
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
36.0
34.0
53.0
53.0
59.0
7,180115 VAC,
7,10060 HZ., 1PH.
57908.321
57908.521
57912.321
57912.531
57912.532
6.9
6.6
9.5
8.0
12.1
COMPRESSOR FAN MOTOR
LOCKED RATED LOAD ROTOR
AMPS
AMPS
NOMINAL
ELECTRICAL
COMPRESSOR
CAPACITY
RATING
RATED LOAD
(BTU/HR)
AMPS
COOLING
MODEL
NO.
SPECIFICATIONS
CCC Ducted Installation Instructions
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
11,000
11,000
13,500
13,500
13,500
59136.631
59516.303
59516.331
59516.336
59516.501
59516.506
59516.531
59516.536
59516.601
59516.603
59516.606
59516.631
59516.731
59528.601
59529.531
59529.601
59529.631
59530.531
59530.532
59530.536
59530.601
59530.631
59530.632
600312.321
600312.421
600315.321
600315.326
600315.421
*
**
***
15,000115 VAC,
15,00060 HZ., 1PH.
15,000
15,000
15,000
59136.336
59136.521
59136.531
59136.536
59136.621
60.0
60.0
50.0
48.3
48.3
48.3
53.0
50.0
48.3
48.3
53.0
53.0
53.0
71.0
77.0
62.0
45.6
49.0
71.0
79.0
79.0
77.0
77.0
77.0
60.0
60.0
60.0
71.0
60.0
71.0
79.0
79.0
77.0
3.1
3.1
3.1
2.0
2.0
2.5
3.1
3.1
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.5
2.0
2.5
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.5
2.0
2.0
2.5
2.0
2.5
2.0
2.5
2.0
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
COMPRESSOR FAN MOTOR
LOCKED RATED LOAD ROTOR
AMPS
AMPS
8.8
8.8
8.8
5.6
5.6
5.8
8.8
8.8
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.8
5.6
6.0
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
6.0
5.6
5.6
6.0
5.6
6.0
5.6
5.8
5.6
6.0
6.0
6.0
6.0
6.0
6.0
335 / 250
335 / 250
335 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
335 / 250
335 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
350 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
FAN MOTOR
SCFM-HIGH
LOCKED
SPEED
ROTOR
MAX/MIN
AMPS
SPECIFICATIONS
19.0
19.0
18.0
16.5
16.0
19.0
19.0
19.0
18.5
19.0
31.0
29.5
29.0
16.5
18.5
31.0
29.0
29.0
31.0
29.5
34.5
29.0
29.0
29.0
31.0
34.012 AWG
34.5Copper
31.5up to 24’
31.5
34.5
0.12 / 0.65 15.5
0.12 / 0.65 15.5
0.12 / 0.65 17.0
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.12 / 0.65
0.12 / 0.65
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
TOTAL REFRIGERANT
MINIMUM
STATIC
R-22 (OZ)
WIRE SIZE*
MAX/MIN
“ W. C.
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
15 Amp
15 Amp
15 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
15 Amp
15 Amp
15 Amp
15 Amp
15 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
15 Amp
15 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
96
102
102
93
94
94
95
101
94
94
94
94
94
101
101
101
92
94
101
101
101
101
101
102
101
101
101
101
102
102
102
102
102
AC CIRCUIT
INSTALLED
PROTECTION
WEIGHT
*** USER
(POUNDS)
SUPPLIED
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
2.5 KW /4.0 KW
2.5 KW / 4.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
MINIMUM
GENERATOR
SIZE**
1 UNIT/ 2 UNITS
For wire lengths over 24 ft. consult the National Electric Code for proper sizing.
Dometic Corporation gives GENERAL guidelines for generator requirements. These come from experiences people have had in actual applications When sizing the generator, the total power usage of your recreational vehicle must be considered.
Keep in mind generators lose power at high altitudes and from lack of maintenance.
CIRCUIT PROTECTION: Time Delay Fuse or HACR Circuit Breakers Required.
12.4
12.4
11.5
8.0
8.0
8.5
9.5
10.7
8.0
8.0
7.8
8.0
7.8
12.9
12.3
13.3
6.0
6.9
12.9
12.7
12.7
12.9
12.3
12.0
12.7
12.7
12.7
12.9
12.7
12.9
12.8
12.8
12.0
NOMINAL
ELECTRICAL
COMPRESSOR
CAPACITY
RATING
RATED LOAD
(BTU/HR)
AMPS
COOLING
MODEL
NO.
CCC Ducted Installation Instructions
13,500
15,000
15,000
13,500
13,500
15,000
15,000
520315.506
520316.501
520316.506
530515.501
530515.506
530516.501
530516.506
*
**
***
13,500115 VAC,
13.50060 HZ., 1PH.
N/A
9,000
13,500
630035.321
630035.421
520300.501
520310.501
520315.501
79.0
79.0
62.0
79.0
79.0
62.0
62.0
60.0
50.0
49.0
49.0
62.0
2.8
2.8
3.0
2.8
2.8
3.0
3.0
3.1
3.1
3.0
3.0
3.0
COMPRESSOR FAN MOTOR
LOCKED RATED LOAD ROTOR
AMPS
AMPS
7.6
7.6
8.5
7.6
7.6
8.5
8.5
8.8
8.8
8.5
8.5
8.5
375 / 275
375 / 275
375 / 275
375 / 275
375 / 275 375 / 275
375 / 275
335 / 250
335 / 250
375 / 275
375 / 275
375 / 275
FAN MOTOR
SCFM-HIGH
LOCKED
SPEED
ROTOR
MAX/MIN
AMPS
16.5
30.0
30.0
17.5
17.5
24.512 AWG
19.5Copper
20.0up to 24’
20.0
16.5
0.70 / 0.90 29.5
0.70 / 0.90 29.5
0.55 / 1.10
0.70 / 1.10
0.70 / 1.10
0.55 / 1.10
0.55 / 1.10
0.12 / 0.65
0.12 / 0.65
0.55 / 1.10
0.55 / 1.10
0.55 / 1.10
TOTAL REFRIGERANT
MINIMUM
STATIC
R-22 (OZ)
WIRE SIZE*
MAX/MIN
“ W. C.
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
15 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
106
106
91
105
105
92
92
101
102
89
89
91
AC CIRCUIT
INSTALLED
PROTECTION
WEIGHT
*** USER
(POUNDS)
SUPPLIED
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
2.5 KW / 4.0 KW
2.5 KW / 4.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
MINIMUM
GENERATOR
SIZE**
1 UNIT/ 2 UNITS
For wire lengths over 24 ft. consult the National Electric Code for proper sizing.
Dometic Corporation gives GENERAL guidelines for generator requirements. These come from experiences people have had in actual applications When sizing the generator, the total power usage of your recreational vehicle must be considered.
Keep in mind generators lose power at high altitudes and from lack of maintenance.
CIRCUIT PROTECTION: Time Delay Fuse or HACR Circuit Breakers Required.
13.2
13.2
10.3
13.2
13.2
10.3
10.3
12.4
11.0
7.8
7.8
10.3
NOMINAL
ELECTRICAL
COMPRESSOR
CAPACITY
RATING
RATED LOAD
(BTU/HR)
AMPS
COOLING
MODEL
NO.
SPECIFICATIONS
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2. PRECAUTIONS
A. For One Unit Installation:
The air conditioner/heat pump should be mounted
slightly forward of center (front to back) and centered
from side to side.
B. For Two Unit Installations:
Install one air conditioner/heat pump one-third and
one air conditioner/heat pump two-thirds from front of
RV and centered from side to side.
It is preferred that the air conditioner/heat pump be installed
on a relatively flat and level roof section measured with
the RV parked on a level surface; however,
1. Up to an 8° slant to either side or front-to-back is
acceptable on 600 and 630 series air conditioners/heat pump.
2. Up to a 15° slant to either side or front-to-back is
acceptable on 520, 530, 579, 590, 591 or 595
series air conditioners/heat pump.
AFTER LOCATION HAS BEEN SELECTED:
a. Check for obstructions in the area where air
conditioner/heat pump will be installed. See
FIG. 1.
b. The roof must be designed to support 130
pounds when the RV is in motion. Normally
200 pound static load design will meet this
requirement.
Improper installation may damage equipment,
could endanger life, cause serious injury
and/or property damage.
A. Read Installation and Operating instructions carefully
before attempting to start your air conditioner/heat
pump installation.
B. Dometic Corporation will not be liable for any damages or injury incurred due to failure in following these
instructions.
C. Installation must comply with the National Electrical
Code and any State or Local Codes or regulations.
D. DO NOT add any devices or accessories to this air
conditioner/heat pump except those specifically authorized by Dometic.
E. This equipment must be serviced by qualified personnel and some states require these people to be
licensed.
3. CHOOSING LOCATION FOR THE air conditioner/heat PUMP
This air conditioner is specifically designed for installation
on the roof of a recreational vehicle (RV). When determining your cooling requirements, the following should be
considered:
1. Size of RV.
2. Window area (increases heat gain).
3. Amount of insulation in walls and roof.
4. Geographical location where the RV will be used.
5. Personal comfort level required.
It is the responsibility of the installer of this
air conditioner/heat pump system to ensure
structural integrity of the RV roof. Never create a low spot on the roof where water will
collect. Water standing around the air conditioner/heat pump may leak into the interior
causing damage to the product and the RV.
FIG. 1 AIR CONDITIONER/HEAT PUMP DIMENSIONS (On Top of
Vehicle)
579, 590, 591 & 595 SERIES
520 & 530 SERIES
KEEP THIS AREA FREE OF OBSTRUCTIONS
KEEP THIS AREA FREE OF OBSTRUCTIONS
7-3/4"
7-5/8"
5-1/4"
600 & 630 SERIES
14-7/8"
REAR
OF
UNIT
7-1/2"
18"
REAR
OF
UNIT
14-1/4"x14-14"
(+1/8) OPENING
7-3/4"
7-5/8"
18"
18"
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4. AIR DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
SIZING & DESIGN
The Installer of this air conditioner/heat pump system must design the air distribution system for their particular application.
Several requirements for this system MUST be met for the air conditioner/heat pump to operate properly. These requirements are as follows:
A. The duct material must meet or exceed any agency or RVIA Standard that may be in existence at the time the RV is produced.
B. All discharge air ducts must be properly insulated to prevent condensation from forming on their surfaces or adjacent
surfaces during operation of the air conditioner/heat pump. This insulation must be R-7 minimum.
C. Ducts and their joints must be sealed to prevent condensation from forming on adjacent surfaces during operation of the
air conditioner/heat pump.
D. Return air openings must have 40 square inches minimum free area including the filter.
E. Return air to the air conditioner/heat pump must be filtered to prevent dirt accumulation on air conditioner/heat pump
cooling surface.
It is the responsibility of the installer to insure the duct work will not collapse or bend
during and after the installation. Dometic
Corporation will not be liable for roof structural or ceiling damage due to improperly
insulated, sealed or collapsed duct work.
AIR DISTRIBUTION
DUCT SIZING & DESIGN CHART
Return Air Cover Model
Roof Cavity Depth
3105007.XXX
3105935.XXX
3308120.XXX
Genesis Air Filtration System
2.0 In. Min. - 5-1/2 In. Max.
2.0 In. Min. - 5-1/2 In. Max.
21.0 Sq. In. Min.
32.0 Sq. In. Min.
1-1/2 In. Min. - 2-1/2 In. Max.
7.0 In. Min. - 10.0 In. Max.
15.0 Ft. Min. - 40.0 Ft. Max.
1/3 Total Duct Length
2.0 In. Min. - 2-1/2 In. Max.
8.0 In. Min. - 10.0 In. Max.
15.0 Ft. Min. - 40.0 Ft. Max.
1/3 Total Duct Length
4 Min.
14.0 Sq. In.
5.0 In. Min. - 8.0 In. Max.
15.0 In.
4 Min.
14.0 Sq. In.
5.0 In. Min. - 8.0 In. Max.
15.0 In.
Duct Cross Sectional Area
Duct Size
Depth
Width
Total Duct Length
Duct Length (short run)
Register Requirements
Number Required Per Run
Register Free Air Area
Distance From Duct End
Distance From Elbow
Total System Static Air Pressure
Blower at High Speed, Filter & Grill In Place
0.55 - 0.90 In. W.C. 579 Series
0.55 - 0.90 In. W.C. 579 Series
0.40 - 1.10 In. W.C. 590, 591, 595 Series 0.40 - 1.10 In. W.C. 590, 591, 595 Series
0.12 - 0.65 In. W.C. 600, 630 Series
0.12 - 0.65 In. W.C. 600, 630 Series
0.55 - 1.10 In. W.C. 520300, 520310,
0.55 - 1.10 In. W.C. 520300, 520310
520315 & 530515 Series
520315 & 530515 Series
0.70 - 1.10 In. W.C. 520316 Series
0.70 - 1.10 In. W.C. 520316 Series
0.70 - 0.90 In. W.C. 530516 Series
0.70 - 0.90 In. W.C. 530516 Series
Note: Duct sizes listed are inside dimensions.
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5. AIR DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM INSTALLATION
A. Dometic Corporation recommends the basic configuration shown on page 8 for installing this air conditioner/heat pump system. We have found through testing that this configuration works best in most applications of this air conditioner/heat pump
system. It is the responsibility of the Installer of this system to review each RV floor plan and determine the following:
1. Duct size
2. Duct layout
3 Register size
4. Register location
5. Thermostat location
These items must be determined in conjunction with the Air Distribution System and Sizing and Design Requirements
listed in the chart on page 6.
Important: Alternate configurations and methods may be used which still allow the air conditioner/heat pump to
operate properly; however, these alternate configurations and methods must be approved by the Dometic Corporation in writing. The following instructions are based upon the use of Dometic 3105007.XXX Return Air Kits, 3105935.
XXX Quick Cool Kits, or 3308120.XXX Genesis Air Filtration System. The 3109226.XXX and 3109407.XXX Comfort
Control Center Kits have the mounting bolts supplied for use with these kits.
B. ROOF AND CEILING OPENING PREPARATION
There may be electrical wiring between the
roof and the ceiling. Disconnect 120 VAC
power cord and the positive (+) 12 VDC terminal at the supply battery. Failure to follow
this instruction may create a shock hazard
causing death or severe personal injury.
1. A 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" (±1/8") opening must be cut through the roof and ceiling of the RV. This opening must be located
between the roof reinforcing members.
2. Mark a 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" (±1/8") square on the roof and carefully cut the opening.
3. Using the roof opening as a guide, cut the matching hole in the ceiling.
4. The opening created must be framed to provide adequate support and prevent air from being drawn from the roof
cavity. Lumber 3/4" or more in thickness must be used. Remember to provide an entrance hole for power supply
wiring and thermostat cable.
5. The 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" (±1/8") opening is part of the return air system of the air conditioner/heat pump and must be
finished in accordance with NFPA Standard 501C Section 2.7.
6. Route a copper 12 AWG (max. length 24'), with ground, 120 VAC supply line from the fuse or circuit breaker box to the roof
opening.
a. This supply line must be located in the front portion of the 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" (±1/8") opening.
b. The 120 VAC power supply MUST be on a separate 20 amp Time Delay Fuse or HACR Circuit Breaker for
models 520 except 520300, 530, 579, 590, 591, 59516, 600, and 630 series and a 15 amp Time Delay Fuse or
HACR Circuit Breaker for models 520300, 59528, 59529, and 59530 series.
c. Make sure at least 15" of supply wire extends into the roof opening. This ensures easy connection at the junction box.
d. Wiring must comply with all National, State and Local Wiring Codes.
e. Use a steel sleeve and a grommet or equivalent method to protect the wire where it passes into the opening.
7. See Section 6. Comfort Control Center, Remote Sensor and Cable Installation.
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C. AIR DISTRIBUTION DUCT INSTALLATION
1. Install the Air Distribution Ducts in the RV Roof Cavity. The Distribution System must meet:
a. RV’s requirements
b. System requirements listed in Section 4 on page 6 of this Manual. Terminate the start of the Duct at the back
edge of the 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" (±1/8") opening previously cut. See FIG. 2, 3, & 4.
FIG. 2
FIG. 3
Duct Size And Requirements For 3105007.XXX And 3105935.XXX Return Air Cover
Register Required
Register Required
Short Duct Run Minimum
1/3 Total Duct Length
Ducts
Depth
Width
Total Length
Min.
1-1/2”
7.0”
15.0’
Max.
2-1/2”
10.0”
40.0’
Air Conditioner
Total Outlet Air Area
Minimum 21.0 Sq. In.
Return
Air
Front
Register
Required
Register Required
Note: Duct Size Is Inside Dimensions
FIG. 4
Registers
8 Min.-- 12 Max.
(Per Unit)
14 Sq. In Free Area
Per Register
Roof
Rafters
14-1/4"x14-1/4" (±1/8")
Roof Opening
Duct Size And Requirements For 3308120.XXX Genesis Air Filtration System
Register Required
Register Required
Short Duct Run Minimum
1/3 Total Duct Length
Ducts
Depth
Width
Total Length
Min.
2.0”
8.0”
15.0’
Max.
2-1/2”
10.0”
40.0’
Air Conditioner
Total Outlet Air Area
Minimum 32.0 Sq. In.
Return
Air
Front
Register
Required
Register Required
Note: Duct Size Is Inside Dimensions
Roof
Rafters
14-1/4"x14-1/4" (±1/8")
Roof Opening
Registers
8 Min.-- 12 Max.
(Per Unit)
14 Sq. In Free Area
Per Register
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6. COMFORT CONTROL CENTER , REMOTE SENSOR & CABLE
INSTALLATION
TM
Black
Red
Green
Yellow
FIG. 5
Pin 1
Black
Red
Green
Yellow
A. LOCATION FOR COMFORT CONTROL CENTERTM AND REMOTE TEMPERATURE SENSOR
1. The proper location of the Comfort Control CenterTM (CCC) is very important to ensure that it will provide a comfortable
RV temperature. Observe the following general rules when selecting a location for the CCC or remote sensor.
a. Locate the CCC/remote sensor 54" above the floor.
b. Install CCC/remote sensor on a partition, never on an outside wall.
c. NEVER expose CCC/remote sensor to direct heat from lamps, sun or other heat producing items.
d. Avoid locations close to doors that lead outside, windows or adjoining outside walls or directly under cabinets
or overhangs which limit air movement.
e. Avoid locations close to supply registers and the air from them.
f. Never locate CCC/remote sensor in a room that is warmer or cooler than the rest of the coach - such as the
kitchen.
g. The major living area is normally a good location.
2. If the system is to be used with a remote temperature sensor in all zones, the Comfort Control CenterTM may be mounted
anywhere that is convenient in the coach. Try to avoid hard to reach and hard to see areas. Follow a. - g. in step 1.
B. CONTROL CABLE
1. The cable that should be used is a flat, 4-conductor telephone type cable.
2. The cable must be terminated with two (2) RJ-11-6C4P telephone connectors. Refer to the crimp tool manufacture
for crimping instructions.
3. The RJ-11-6C4P terminals must be connected to the control cable with the same polarity on both ends. Pre-made standard telephone cable will not work. See FIG. 5 & 5A.
RJ-11-6C4P Connector
FIG. 5A
Flat Four Conductor Cable
C. CABLE INSTALLATION
1. Route a dedicated 12 VDC supply line (18 to 22 AWG) from the RV's converter or battery to the roof opening.
a. This supply line must be located in the front portion of the 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" (±1/8") opening.
b. Make sure that at least 15" of supply wire extends into the roof opening.
c. For multiple zone installation, this wiring is required in only one of the 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" (±1/8") openings.
2. Choose the shortest, direct route from the 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" (±1/8") opening to the Comfort Control CenterTM (CCC)
location selected, and route a 4-conductor flat control cable. Make sure at least 15" of wire extends into the opening
and 6" extends from the wall at the Comfort Control CenterTM (CCC) location.
3. If a remote temperature sensor is to be used, the connector end must be routed to the roof opening of the system
which it will control. Make sure 15" of the sensor cable extends into the roof opening.
4. If an Energy Management System-EMS (load shed) is to be used with the control system, two wires must be routed
to the roof opening of the zone to be managed. The signal required for this function is a normally open relay contact.
When the EMS calls for the compressor to shut off, the relay contacts should close. Make sure that at least 15" of
the EMS wires extend into the roof opening.
5. If system is to control a gas furnace, route two 18 gauge wires from the furnace to roof opening of the air conditioner
that will control it. If more than one furnace is to be used, route the second set of wires to the second air conditioner.
Make sure that 15" of wire extends into the opening.
6. In the event that other air conditioners are to be installed (additional zones) route an additional 4-conductor control cable
between the other air conditioner (additional zones). Make sure 15" of wire extends into the roof opening. See FIG. 6.
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FIG. 6
7. PLACING THE AIR CONDITIONER ON THE ROOF
A. Remove the air conditioner from the carton and discard carton. The unit mounting bolts and literature are in a separate
plastic bag. Be sure to place this information in the RV.
B. Place the air conditioner on the roof.
FIG. 7
Please Recycle
All Cardboard
This unit weighs approximately 100 pounds.
To prevent back injury, use a mechanical hoist
to place air conditioner on roof.
C. Lift and place the unit over the prepared opening using the gasket on unit as a guide. The roof gasket on the bottom of
the base pan goes toward the front of the RV. Sliding the unit on the roof will damage the roof gasket. See FIG. 8.
FIG. 8
Do not slide the unit. This may damage the
neoprene gasket attached to the bottom and
create a leaky installation.
D. AIR DISTRIBUTION DUCT INSTALLATION
1. Install the Air Distribution Ducts in the RV Roof Cavity. The Distribution System must meet:
a. RV’s requirements
b. System requirements listed in Section 4 on page 6 of this Manual. Terminate the start of the duct at the back
edge of the 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" (±1/8") opening previously cut. See FIGS. 2, 3 & 4.
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8. INSTALLATION OF COLD CONTROL
A. 520, 530, 579, 590, 591 AND 595 SERIES
1. Insert the Freeze Control Sensor approximately 1" into the fins of the evaporator coil as shown in FIG. 9. Bend
fins over sensor to secure in place.
2. Plug the freeze control sensor cord into the mating connector on the Electronic Control Kit. These connectors are
polarized and will easily snap together. DO NOT FORCE.
FIG. 9
FIG. 10
520, 530, 579, 590, 591 & 595 FREEZE CONTROL
600 & 630 FREEZE CONTROL
FIG. 9
B.600 & 630 SERIES
1. Insert the Freeze Control Sensor approximately 1" into the evaporator coil fins located at the right side of the
evaporator, as shown in FIG. 10. Bend fins over sensor to secure in place.
2. Plug the freeze control sensor cord into the mating connector on the Electronic Control Kit. These connectors are
polarized and will easily snap together. DO NOT FORCE.
8. WIRING OF CONTROL SYSTEM
A. CONNECTION OF 115 VAC SUPPLY
1. Reach up into the return air opening of the air conditioner and pull the unit electrical cord down for later installation.
See FIG. 11.
FIG. 11
DC Power
Supply
Disconnect 115 VAC. Failure to follow these
instructions could create a shock hazard causing death or severe personal injury.
AC Power
Supply
Roof
Gasket
This product is equipped with a 3-wire
(grounded) system for protection against
shock hazard. Make sure that the appliance
is wired into a properly grounded 115 VAC
circuit and the polarity is correct. Failure to
do so could result in death, personal injury
or damage to the equipment.
Pull Electrical
Cord Down
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2. Route the previously run AC power supply line through the Romex Connector and into electronic control junction
box.
3. Connect the white to white; black to black; and green to green or bare copper wire using appropriate sized twist wire
connectors. Tape the twist wire connectors to the supply wiring to assure they do not vibrate off.
4. Tighten screws on Romex connector being careful not to pinch and cut into the insulation on power supply leads.
5. Push excess wires into junction box. Install junction box cover. See FIG. 11 and 15B.
B. CONNECTION OF LOW VOLTAGE WIRES
Disconnect the positive (+) 12 VDC terminal
at the supply battery. Damage to equipment
could occur if the 12 VDC is not shut off.
1. Connect the previously run +12 VDC to the red wire labeled +12V protruding from the air conditioner (Do not connect
wires if using the 3308120.XXX Genesis Air Filtration System).
2. Connect the previously run -12 VDC to the black wire labeled -12V protruding from the air conditioner (Do not connect wires if using the 3308120.XXX Genesis Air Filtration System).
3. Connect the two (2) blue wires from the air conditioner to the furnace leads (if applicable). Polarity does not need to
be observed on the furnace leads.
4. Connect the air conditioner yellow wire to the EMS wires (if applicable). Do not allow the yellow wires to short out
or touch, because the compressor will fail to run.
5. Connect the Comfort Control CenterTM (CCC) cable previously terminated (see Section 6 B. Control Cable) into one
of the control cable leads out of the air conditioner. Either one of the two (2) control cables can be used.
6. Connect the remote temperature sensor lead into the remote sensor extension from the air conditioner (if applicable).
7. Connect the previously terminated (see Section 6. B Control Cable) 4 conductor control cable into one of the control
cable leads out of the air conditioner for the next zone (if applicable).
8. If the unit is a heat pump model, route the ambient air sensor cable, already installed in the base model, through the
grommet in the control kit and attach it to the connector that matches its color (RED P3).
C. COMFORT CONTROL CENTERTM INSTALLATION
1. Carefully remove the base plate from the CCC. This may be accomplished by inserting a small screwdriver under
the tab on the bottom edge of the front cover. Gently pry off the cover. See FIG. 12.
2. Insert the control cable through the hole in the base plate and mount the plate to the wall with the two screws provided. Check the alignment to ensure level installation.
3. Install the previously terminated 4-conductor control cable RJ-11-6C4P connector into the back of the CCC. Gently
press the CCC onto the base plate.
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9. INSTALLATION OF AIR CONDITIONER
Installing unit with 3308120.XXX Genesis Air Filtration System.
A. INSTALLATION OF FOAM DIVIDER
1. Check gasket alignment of the air conditioner over
the roof opening and adjust if necessary. Unit may
be moved from below by slightly lifting and sliding.
See FIG. 14A.
2. Locate the foam divider and insert it corner to
corner in the 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" (±1/8") opening
with the adhesive tape up (Do not remove paper
to expose adhesive). The foam divider should be
level with the ceiling (±1/4"). Tear off the excess at
the pre-cut perforations in divider. See FIG. 13B.
Installing unit with 3105007.XXX or 3105935.XXX Return Air Cover
A. INSTALLATION OF CEILING TEMPLATE
FIG. 13A
Divider Plate
Ceiling Template
Return Air
Cover
Return Air
Grill
FIG. 13B
Base Pan
1. Check gasket alignment of the air conditioner over
the roof opening and adjust if necessary. Unit may
be moved from below by slightly lifting and sliding.
See FIG. 14A.
Upside
Down
Foam
Divider
Ceiling
Place Foam Divider In
(14-1/4" x 14-1/4" (±1/8")
Ceiling Opening Against
Base Pan Bottom
Roof
Gasket
FIG. 14A
Do Not Peel Tape Off
Adhesive
Foam Divider Ceiling
Level (±1/4") Tear
Off Excess
3. Peel the paper off of the foam divider and stick it in
place on the center of the rear edge of the return air
opening on the ceiling template See. FIG. 14B.
Center Unit From Below
FIG. 14B
2. Remove return air cover and ceiling template from
the 3105007.XXX or 3105935.XXX kit carton.
3. Locate 1/4" mounting bolts.
4. Hold the ceiling template up to the 14-1/4" x 14-1/4"
(±1/8") opening. Be sure the large plate faces the
rear of the RV. See FIG.13A.
5. Start each mounting bolt through the ceiling template and up into the unit base pan by hand. Install
wood screw in each end of the ceiling template.
This insures a tight fit of the return air cover to
ceiling.
Installing unit with 3105007.XXX or 3105935.XXX Return Air Cover, continued on page 14, column A.
Foam Divider
Adhesive
Peel Off Paper - Center Divider - Stick To
Rear Flange On Ceiling Template
B. INSTALL CEILING TEMPLATE
1. Set dip switches before proceeding (see section 10
on page 17). Position the electrical box towards the
front of the opening with all of the system control
wires connected to the control box except for the
12 VDC power. See FIG. 15B.
FIG. 15B
Wires Connected To
Control Box
Vehicle
Front
14
Control
Box
Base
Pan
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System, continued on page 14, column B.
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System, continued from page 13, column B.
2. Install electronic control box on ceiling template
with blunt self tapping screws. See FIG. 16B for
579, 590, 591, 595, series and Fig. 17B for 520,
530, and 600 series.
Installing unit with 3105007.XXX or 3105935.XXX Return Air Cover, continued from page 13, column A.
6. Evenly tighten mounting bolts to compress gasket
to 1/2" this will be a torque of 40 - 50 inch pounds.
See FIG. 15A.
If bolts are left loose there may not be adequate roof seal or if over tightened, damage
may occur to the air conditioner base or
ceiling template. Tighten to specifications
listed in this manual.
579, 590, 591, and 595 Series
Control Box
FIG. 16B
Mount Control Box (On
Edge) To The Flange On
Top Of Ceiling Template
FIG. 15A
Vehicle
Front
FIG. 17B
Three
Screws
520, 530, and 600 Series
Control Box
B. INSTALLATION OF DIVIDER PLATE
1. Measure the ceiling to roof thickness:
a. If distance is 2” - 3-3/4”, remove perforated tab
from divider plate.
b. If distance is 3-3/4” - 5-1/2”, remove no tabs.
2. Remove the backing paper from double sided tape
located on ceiling template. See FIG. 16A.
Lay Control Box Flat
On Top Of Ceiling Template
Vehicle
Front
FIG. 16A
Two
Screws
3. Start each mounting bolt through the ceiling template and up into the unit base pan by hand. Evenly
tighten mounting bolts to compress gasket to
1/2" this will be a torque of 40 - 50 inch pounds.
If bolts are left loose there may not be adequate
roof seal or if over tightened, damage may
occur to the air conditioner/heat pump base
or ceiling template. Tighten to specifications
listed in this manual.
Installing unit with 3105007.XXX or 3105935.XXX Return Air Cover, continued on page 15, column A.
Installing unit with 3308120.XXX Genesis Air Filtration
System, continued on page 15, column B.
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Installing unit with 3105007.XXX or 3105935.XXX
Return Air Cover, continued from page 14, column A.
3. Place divider plate up to bottom of air conditioner
base pan firmly. The foam tape on the divider plate
must seal to bottom of base pan. See FIG. 17A.
Installing unit with 3308120.XXX Genesis Air Filtration
System, continued from page 14, column B.
4. Use Aluminum foil tape (not supplied) to seal the
ends of the foam divider to the sides of the opening. Make sure the area behind the flange on the
ceiling template is sealed. See FIG. 18B.
FIG. 18B Use Aluminum Foil Tape To Seal The
Improper installation and sealing of divider
plate will cause the compressor to quick
cycle on the cold control. This may result
in fuse or circuit breaker opening and/or
lack of cooling.
Foam Divider To The Sides Of 14-1/4"
x 14-1/4" (±1/8") Ceiling Opening
Route Wires
Through Slot
Catch Flange In Groove Of
Return Air Cover
Make Sure To Seal
Behind Flange
C. INSTALLATION OF INSIDE DECORATIVE COVER
1. Install the slider in the return air cover and raise it to
the ceiling template. Route the wires from the return
air cover through the template slot leaving about 3”
between. Position wires where they can be reached
after plastic cover is installed. See FIG. 18B. Place
the front of the return air cover against the ceiling
and slide towards the rear. The flange on the ceiling
template will catch in the groove on the return cover.
Adjust the position (right to left) and install the front
two screws. Start and tighten the remaining screws
to hold it in place.
Note: Number 10 cabinet screw can be used to replace the
two front screws to hold the plastic cover flush to the ceiling.
Connect the wires from the thermostat, control box and filter
indicator.
a. Connect the red wire from the air conditioner/heat
pump, the red wire from the filter indicator light,
with the red positive 12 VDC supply wire. See
FIG. 18B.
b. Connect the black wire from the air conditioner/
heat pump, the black wire from the filter indicator light with the black negative 12 VDC supply
wire.
Note: If solar panel is installed see instructions packaged
FIG. 17A
Note: The adhesive on the insulation is extremely sticky.
Be sure the part is located where desired before pressing
into place.
4. With slight pressure push the divider plate against
the double sided tape on the ceiling template.
5. Locate the 1/8” x 7” x 18” self -adhesive insulation
supplied with the return air kit. Remove the backing
paper from the insulation and carefully stick onto
the ceiling template divider panel. See FIG. 18A.
with solar panel option.
FIG. 18A
a. Excess width is intended to seal the divider
plate to the sides of the 14-1/4" x 14-1/4"
(±1/8") opening. This is to help prevent cold
air discharge from circulating into the air conditioner return air opening.
b. If the insulation is too high, stick excess height
of insulation to the air conditioner base pan. Do
not cover up unit rating plate.
Installing unit with 3105007.XXX or 3105935.XXX
Return Air Cover, continued on page 16, column A.
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Installing unit with 3308120.XXX Genesis Air Filtration
System, continued on page 16, column B.
Installing unit with 3308120.XXX Genesis Air Filtration
System, continued from page 15, column B.
Installing unit with 3105007.XXX or 3105935.XXX
Return Air Cover, continued from page 15, column A.
7. Position the electronic control box on the tabs of
the ceiling template. Secure the control box to the
template with 2 blunt self tapping screws. See FIG.
19A.
C. INSTALLATION OF INSIDE DECORATIVE COVER.
1. Remove the return air grill from the return air cover.
2. Place the return air cover up to the ceiling template.
3. Install cover to template with #8 x 3/8” pointed
Phillips head screws provided (6 required).
FIG. 19A
Hole
Plugs
2. Slide the filter from the right side (looking toward
the RV front) over the wires. Make sure the wires
are secured above the filter and are out of its way.
See FIG. 19B.
3. Place grill on return air cover and snap in place. Decal
is on end over circuit board.
FIG. 19B
Return Air
Cover
Foam
Divider
Return
Air Grill
Ceiling
Template
Slider
4. Reinstall filter return air grill into return air cover.
Align tabs with mating notches and snap into
place
5. Install two hole plugs into screw holes in back of
return air cover. See FIG. 19A.
6. This completes the installation of the air conditioner/heat pump. We recommend that power
be supplied to the air conditioner/heat pump and
check for proper operation. Refer to Operating
Manual or User's Guide for a description of the air
conditioner/heat pump operation.
Filter
Return Air
Cover
Handle
Grill
Micro-Therm Filter System
FILTER
RESET
CLEAN
FILTER
4. Place slide handle through slots in grill into the slide
posts. Handle will fit in either direction. See FIG. 19B.
5. This completes the installation of the air conditioner/heat pump. We recommend that power
be supplied to the air conditioner/heat pump and
check for proper operation. Refer to Operating
Manual or User's Guide for a description of the air
conditioner/heat pump operation.
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10. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION, RESET & CHECKOUT
A. ELECTRONIC CONTROL CONFIGURATION
Depending on the equipment options installed by the recreational vehicle manufacturer, the appropriate dip switches will
need to be switched to the "ON" position. See Fig. 20 & 21. Placing the switch in the "ON" position selects that option.
Note: Dip switches are in the "OFF" position when shipped from the factory.
Note: The dip switches are visible through the opening in the ceiling template into the control box. Dip switches can be either
a rocker or slide style switch. (FIGS. 20, 21 & 22)
FIG. 20
FIG. 21
Use Flat Blade
Screw-driver Wider
Than Dip Switch
Slot to Move Dip
Switch
DO NOT USE
A BALL POINT
PEN To Move
Dip Switch
FIG. 22
Mode Push-Button
Fan Push-Button
Up Push-Button
Down Push-Button
Zone Push-Button
ON/OFF Switch
Not Correct
Correct
Important: Dip switch damage will occur if they are not set in proper manner. A ball point pen or similar object
that will slip in the switch slot. can damage the switch causing loss of connection. Use only a small flat blade screw
driver ( wider than the dip switch slot) to move the dip switch. see FIG. 21.
1. Zone selection - when two or more units are installed and controlled by one Comfort Control CenterTM, the second
unit becomes Zone 2, the third unit Zone 3, and the fourth unit Zone 4. The appropriate zone dip switch must be set
in each electronic control box for the Zone 2, 3 and 4. See FIG. 20 & 21.
2. Heat Strip selection - For units with a heat strip push the #1 dip switch to the "ON" position. See FIG. 20 & 21.
3. Heat pump models must have the red plug of the outdoor ambient sensor plugged into the RED (P3) plug in the
electronic control box.
4. Furnace selection - when a furnace has been connected to a zone, place the furnace dip switch "ON" for that zone.
5. Differential - differential is the temperature difference between the "ON/OFF" cycle of the thermostat. The normal
differential is preset in the circuit board with the dip switch set to the "OFF" position. In some situations, it may be
necessary to decrease the Differential. The location of the thermostat may create a condition where the normal Differential will not maintain your comfort zone. If this occurs, the Differential can be shortened by placing the Differential
dip switch in the "ON" position.
Note: Setting the Differential dip switch should only be required when the installation conditions are less than desirable and
this procedure is not covered under the limited warranty.
6. STAGE is not used on these units. Leave in the "OFF" position.
7. Gen start selection - leave in the "OFF" position.
8. Replace the unit electrical box cover.
9. Replace the return air cover.
10. Repeat this procedure for each additional zone.
B. SYSTEM RESET
After setting the dip switches in the electric box, do a system reset. See FIG. 22.
1. Turn the ON/OFF switch to the "OFF" position.
2. Simultaneously Depress and hold the MODE and ZONE push-buttons while turning the ON/OFF switch to "ON". FF
should appear in the LCD display until the MODE and ZONE push-buttons are released.
3. When a dip switch is turned on or off after initial configuration, a system reset will need to be done before the Comfort Control CenterTM will recognize the updated selection.
C. SYSTEM CHECKOUT
Verify that all features of the installed system work. Check fan speeds, cooling mode, heat pump mode, furnace (if connected) and heat strip. If the features do not work, check all wiring and confirm that the correct options have been selected
on the Electronic Control Board. See Comfort Control Center™ Operating Instructions.
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ELECTRONIC FIELD WIRING DIAGRAM
UNIT FIELD WIRING DIAGRAM (A/C)
HEAT PUMP FIELD WIRING
Penguin
Brisk Air
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