P R O D U C T S E L E C T I O N D ATA
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30WG optimized for cooling
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61WG optimized for heating
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Compact design
Plug and play approach
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High efficiency
Water-Cooled and Condenserless Liquid Chillers
Water-Sourced Heat Pumps
61WG/30WG/30WGA
Original document
Contents
61WG/30WG/30WGA............................................................................................................................................................................................. 3
Options...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
Accessories................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 8
Hydronic module (options 116T, 270T)................................................................................................................................................................. 9
Heating System Manager - 61WG/30WG units.................................................................................................................................................. 10
Heating System Manager - 61WG/30WG units (cont.).....................................................................................................................................................11
Heating System Manager - 61WG/30WG units (cont.)..................................................................................................................................... 12
Physical data, 61WG units..................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Physical data, 30WG units..................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
Physical data, 30WG units, sizes 110 to 190......................................................................................................................................................... 15
Physical data, 30WGA units.................................................................................................................................................................................. 16
Electrical data......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 17
Part load performances.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 19
Sound spectrum...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
Operating limits, 61WG......................................................................................................................................................................................... 22
Operating range, 61WG......................................................................................................................................................................................... 22
Operating limits, 30WG......................................................................................................................................................................................... 22
Operating range, 30WG......................................................................................................................................................................................... 22
Operating limits, 30WGA...................................................................................................................................................................................... 23
Operating range, 30WGA...................................................................................................................................................................................... 23
Water loop volume................................................................................................................................................................................................. 23
Water flow rates...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 24
Plate heat exchanger pressure drop (includes internal piping)......................................................................................................................... 25
Available external static pressure, units with hydronic module (variable-speed high-pressure pumps)..................................................... 27
Available external static pressure, units with hydronic module (fixed-speed low-pressure pumps)............................................................ 28
Available external pressure, units with hydronic module.................................................................................................................................. 29
(fixed-speed low-pressure single pumps) ............................................................................................................................................................ 29
Available external pressure, units with hydronic module (variable-speed high-pressure double pumps) ................................................. 30
Available external pressure, units with hydronic module.................................................................................................................................. 30
(variable-speed high-pressure single pumps)...................................................................................................................................................... 30
Dimensions/clearances........................................................................................................................................................................................... 31
Variable water flow system (VWF)...................................................................................................................................................................... 44
Guide specification, 61WG/30WG/30WGA........................................................................................................................................................ 45
2
61WG/30WG/30WGA
Nominal cooling capacity 25-190 kW
Nominal heating capacity 29-230 kW
The 30WG/30WGA and 61WG units are new Carrier
chillers and heat pumps designed for commercial (offices,
small hotels, leisure facilities), residential and industrial
applications. All units offer a unique combination of high
performance and functionality in an exceptionally compact
chassis.
61WG units are designed for high-temperature heating
applications with hot water production possible up to 65
°C and a COP of above 5.
The 30WG, also available as a condenserless version
(30WGA), is designed for air-conditioning applications with
a high ESEER value. As they can produce chilled water
down to -12 °C they are also suitable for process applications.
A large number of options is available for the whole range:
-- hydronic kits with or without variable water flow rate,
-- reinforced sound insulation,
-- stacking and connection of two units
-- low-temperature applications down to -12 °C (30WG only).
Features
QQ
QQ
QQ
QQ
QQ
QQ
Reduced footprint
Scroll compressors and R-410A refrigerant
Variable-flow pump
Low-noise option (-3 dB(A))
Stacking of two units for increased capacity (up to size 090)
Several communication protocols available: JBus, BacNet,
MS/TP, LON
QQ Water connection at the top or rear (30WG/61WG only)
Available versions
61WG - optimised for heating
QQ High temperature up to +65 °C
QQ Evaporator temperature down to -5 °C
QQ Control of the three-way diverter valve for domestic hot
water and space heating requirements
QQ System approach - the Heating System Manager maximises
the global efficiency of complex systems where the 61WG
units are combined with an auxiliary heating source to serve
multi-zone space heating and domestic hot water production.
30WG - optimised for air conditioning and process
Heating & Cooling
The right unit for any application
QQ The high temperature of the 61WG units makes them
compatible with most heating systems, both in new and
refurbished buildings and permits domestic hot water
production (with a dedicated temperature setpoint).
QQ Option 153 “Built-in DHW and space heating control” allows
control of both domestic hot water and space heating
requirements:
-- Domestic hot water production: a built-in three-way valve
is directed to divert the heat flow from the space heating
loop to the domestic hot water loop and vice versa.
-- Space heating control: the setpoint is adjustable, based on
the daily schedule or the outside air temperature (weather
compensation function).
-- Control of auxiliary systems: if an alarm is detected at the
61WG/30WG or if there is insufficient heating capacity, a
digital signal starts an auxiliary electric heater (1 to 4
stages) or boiler.
-- Pump control: allows control of the built-in pump as well
as the pump in the secondary loop (to terminals).
QQ In 30WG units the pressure control signal ensures safe unit
operation and maximised performance at low source-side
water temperatures.
QQ The condenserless 30WGA units are ideal for refurbishment
projects where a remote condenser exists on site, and for all
projects without geothermal/natural sinks for heat rejection.
QQ In 61WG/30WG units the Heating System Manager (HSM)
accessory allows control of systems with several heat sources
and different additional systems: electric heat, boiler or for
the most complex systems district heating (see pages 9 to
11).
Adaptability and simple installation
QQ The 30WG and 61WG units can be provided with several
hydronic kit options, both on the evaporator and/or condenser
side, with different levels of available pressure and variable
or fixed-speed pumps (see page 7).
QQ If option 153 is selected domestic hot water production is
controlled via a built-in three-way diverter valve (not
supplied).
QQ 61WG and 30WG units offer water-side cooling/heating
reversibility.
QQ Remote condenser fan control possible for 30WGA units.
Water connections at the rear of the unit
QQ Evaporator temperature down to -12 °C
QQ Condenser temperature up to +60 °C
QQ Condensing pressure control devices available
30WGA - optimised for air conditioning
QQ Continuous operation up to 62 °C saturated condensing
temperature
QQ Compatible remote condensers available
QQ Optimised remote condenser fan control
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Internal view of 61WG unit with hydronic kit
QQ 61WG/30WG/30WGA units are equipped with the latest
generation R410A scroll compressor, optimised for typical
operating conditions for water-sourced units.
Component acessibility
See photos below.
Access to scroll compressors
Internal view of 30WG 170
Access to control panel
Water connections at the top of the unit
Two-unit stacking option for reduced footprint
size 020-090
A compact high-performance product range
QQ Small footprint, ideal for refurbished buildings, allows access
in very tight plant rooms.
QQ 61WG: A COP above 5 satisfies even the most stringent
standards, with a leaving water temperature of up to 65 °C
without supplementary system.
QQ 30WG: The ESEER of over 5.5 for dual-compressor units
- one of the highest in its category.
QQ The 30WGA is based on the 30WG design to ensure efficient
operation for applications with remote air-cooled condensers.
QQ Variable-flow pumps reduce system energy consumption.
QQ The entire range offers low sound levels, allowing installation in any building type. The low-noise option ensures
enhanced acoustic comfort (-3 dB(A)).
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Advance control
The control is a numerical control that combines intelligence
with operating simplicity. Depending on the options used,
the unit manages the operation of compressors, evaporaor
and condenser water pumps and fans (drycooler)
QQ Optimised energy management
-- A patented auto-adaptive algorithm optimizes the
condensing pressure at part load to reduce compressor
load and ensure perfect supply for the evaporator with
liquid refrigerant. The algorithm controls the operation of
the variable-speed condenser water pump and the fans
(drycooler)- Controler automatically resets the chilledwater temperature setpoint based on the outside air
temperature or the return water temperature. The control
can also operate on a second setpoint (example:
unoccupied mode).
-- Master/slave control of two heat pumps operating in
parallel with operating time equalisation and automatic
changeover in case of a unit fault.
The CCN clock board connection offers other control
possibilities:
-- Two independent time schedules to control:
-- Unit start/stop
-- Operation at a second chilled-water setpoint (for example:
unoccupied mode)
QQ Total unit protection
-- A patented auto-adaptive algorithm controls compressor
operation and permanently adapts to the system
characteristics (water loop inertia). Dangerous compressor
cycling is prevented. The unit can operate safely with a low
water volume, and this frequently makes a buffer tank
unnecessary (see minimum water volume later in this
document).
-- The controller permanently analyses the compressor
suction and discharge pressures and temperatures. If an
abnormal situation is detected, the control reacts, e.g. by
reducing the capacity. As a result the compressors always
operate in their ideal temperature range and many unit
shut-downs due to a fault can be prevented.
QQ Remote control
A connection terminal allows remote control of the
Aquasnap by wired cable:
-- Start/stop: Opening of this contact will shut down the unit
-- Dual set-point: Closing of this contact activates a second
set-point (example: unoccupied mode).
-- Demand limit: Closing of this contact limits the maximum
heat pump capacity to a predefined value.
-- Operation indication: This volt-free contact indicates that
the heat pump is operating (cooling load).
-- Alarm indication: This volt-free contact indicates the
presence of a major fault that has led to the shut-down of
one or several refrigerant circuits.
QQ Remote management
The Aquasnap is equipped with an RS485 serial port that
offers multiple remote control, monitoring and diagnostic
possibilities. Carrier offers a vast choice of control products,
specially designed to control, manage and supervise the
operation of an air conditioning system. Please consult your
Carrier representative for more information.
The Aquasnap also communicates with other building
management systems via optional communication gateways.
Pro-Dialog+ interface (Sizes 020-090)
QQ Ease-of-use
-- The Pro-Dialog+ interface include five keys that permit
navigation via intuitive tree-structure menus. Access to
the information is very quick.
-- This new backlit LCD interface includes control by a
contrast potentiometer for optimised visibility in all
lighting conditions.
-- The information is clearly displayed in English, French,
German, Italian and Spanish (for other languages please
consult Carrier Service).
-- The Pro-Dialog+ navigation uses intuitive tree-structure
menus, similar to the Internet navigators. The menus are
user-friendly and permit quick access to the principal
operating parameters: number of compressors operating,
suction/discharge pressure, compressor operating hours,
setpoint, temperatures.
Touch Pilot Junior control (sizes 110-190)
The Touch Pilot Junior features a control with advanced
communication technology over Ethernet (IP), userfriendly and intuitive user interface with 4.3” colour touch
screen.
QQ Integrated advanced communication features
- With hydronic module: Water pressure display and water
flow rate calculation
- Easy and high-speed communication technology over
Ethernet (IP) to a building management system
QQ 4.3” Touch Pilot user interface
-- Access to multiple unit parameters
-- Concise and clear information is available in local
languages
-- Complete menu, customised for different users (end user,
service personnel or Carrier engineers)
Remote management (standard)
Units with Touch Pilot Junior control can be easily accessed
from the internet, using a PC with an Ethernet connection.
This makes remote control quick and easy and offers
significant advantages for service operations.
Maintenance function (standard)
The Touch Pilot Junior include functionality of maintenance
-- Compulsory Maintenance Reminder– FGAS sealing check
-- Periodic Maintenance Reminder. Configurable alarm of
maintenance in days, month or hours of operation
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30WG/30WGA units compatible the Carrier 09 series
drycoolers/remote condensers
As all control components are installed and tested in the
factory, installation and start-up of the unit and its associated
drycooler/remote condenser are simplified.
The Carrier 09 series drycoolers and remote condensers are
compatible with the 30WG and 30WGA units.
Control board algorithms optimise energy consumption
based on:
-- the outside temperature and chilled-water temperature
read for drycoolers
-- the outside temperature and saturated refrigerant
discharge temperature read for remote condensers.
The chiller 30WG/30WGA can control the fans of the dry
cooler / remote condenser via digital or analogue outputs
(according to AC or EC motors) with following options :
-- For chiller 30WG/30WGA : option 154
-- For dry cooler / remote condenser : dedicated control
cabinet with an auxiliary board.
A simple communication bus is required downstream to
connect the control board to the unit control.
A simple communication bus is required between the chiller
and the dry cooler/ remote condenser.
30WG system concept
Water loop
user side
Water loop
source side
or Fan steps
Variablespeed fans***
(1 to 8)
(0-10 V)
Three-way valve ****
Drycooler leaving
water temperature
Not compatible with variablespeed pump control
30WG
30WG
Variable or fixedspeed pump
control cabinet
with auxiliary
board
OAT
CCN LEN bus
Option
154**
Reset value
% Building load
Weather compensation curve
Outdoor temperature (OAT)
Heat exchanger delta T
Legend
CCNCarrier Comfort Network
LEN Local equipment network
OAT Outside air temperature
*
Control board option on 09PE dedicated to 30WG
** Option 154 for connection and communication with 09PE Drycooler
*** For correct operation of the unit below 0 °C variable-speed fans are required.
**** Three-Way valve or two two-way valves optional on 09PE
30WGA system concept
Water loop
user side
control cabinet
with auxiliary
board
Refrigerant to/from
30WGA
30WGA
Variable or
fixed-speed
pump
VariableFan steps
speed fans** or (1 to 8)
(0-10 V)
OAT
Option
154**
CCN LEN bus
Reset value
% Building load
Weather compensation curve +
sensor (included)
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Outdoor temperature (OAT)
Heat exchanger delta T
OAT Legend
CCNCarrier Comfort Network
LEN Local equipment network
OAT Outside air temperature
*
Control board option on 09PE dedicated to 30WG
** Option 154 for connection and communication with 09PE Drycooler
*** For correct operation of the unit below 0 °C variable-speed fans are required.
Options
Options
No.
Soft Starter
25
Master/slave operation
58
External disconnect handle
70F
Condenser insulation
86
HP single-pump hydronic module
116R
LP evap. single-pump
116T
HP evap. variable-speed single-pump
116V
HP VSD dual-pump hydronic mod.
116W
LP VSD single-pump
116Y
J-Bus gateway
148B
BacNet gateway
148C
Lon gateway
148D
Bacnet over IP
149
Built-in DHW & space heating control
153
Specific dry cooler control
154
Compliance with Russian regulations
199
Low noise level
257
Very low sound level
258
Low-temperature brine solution
6
Evaporator screw connection sleeves kit 264
Condenser screw connection sleeves kit 265
Welded evaporator connection kit
266
Welded condenser water connection kit
267
HP single-pump, cond. side
270R
Description
Advantages
Use
30WG 20 90/
150-190
61WG 020-90
30WGA 020-90
Electronic starter on each compressor
Reduced start-up current
30WG 020-190
61WG 020-90
30WGA 020-90
Unit equipped with supplementary water outlet temperature sensor Optimised operation of two units
30WG 020-190
kit to be field-installed allowing master/slave operation of two units connected in parrallele operation with
61WG 020-90
connected in parallel
operating time equalisation
30WGA 020-90
The handle of the electrical disconnect switch is on the outside
Quick access to the unit disconnect
30WG 020-190
of the unit
switch
61WG 020-90
30WGA 020-90
Thermal condenser insulation
Minimizes thermal dispersions condenser side 30WG 020-190
(key option for heat pump or heat recovery
61WG 020-90
applications) and allows compliancy with
special installation criteria (hot parts insulated)
Single high-pressure water pump, water filter, electronic water flow
Easy and fast installation (plug & play)
30WG 110-190
control, pressure transducers. For more details, refer to the dedicated
chapter (expansion tank not included.Option with built-in safety
hydraulic components available.)
Evaporator hydronic module equipped with low pressure
Easy and fast installation (plug & play)
30WG 020-190
fixed-speed pump, drain valve, air vent and pressure sensors.
61WG 020-90
For more details, refer to the dedicated chapter (expansion
30WGA 020-90
tank not included) Select option 293 for built-in safety hydraulic
components.
Evaporator hydronic module equipped with high-pressure
Easy and fast installation (plug & play),
30WG 020-190
variable-speed pump, drain valve, air vent and pressure sensors.
significant pumping energy cost savings 61WG 020-90
For more details, refer to the dedicated chapter (expansion
(more than two-thirds), tighter water flow 30WGA 020-90
tank not included) Select option 293 for built-in safety hydraulic
control, improved sytem reliability
components.
Dual high-pressure water pump with variable speed drive (VSD),
Easy and fast installation (plug & play),
30WG 110-190
water filter, electronic flow switch, pressure transducers. Multiple
significant pumping energy cost savings
possibilities of water flow control. For more details, refer to the
(more than two-thirds), tighter water flow
dedicated chapter (expansion tank not included Option with built- control, improved sytem reliability
in safety hydraulic components available)
Evaporator hydronic module equipped with low -pressure
Easy and fast installation (plug & play),
30WG 110-190
variable-speed pump, drain valve, air vent and pressure sensors.
significant pumping energy cost savings
For more details, refer to the dedicated chapter (expansion
(more than two-thirds), tighter water flow
tank not included) Select option 293 for built-in safety hydraulic
control, improved sytem reliability
components.
Two-directional communication board complying with JBus
Connects the unit by communication bus 30WG 020-190
protocol
to a building management system
61WG 020-90
30WGA 020-90
Two-directional communication board complying with BacNet
Easy connection by communication bus
30WG 020-90
protocol
to a building management system
61WG 020-90
30WGA 020-90
Two-directional communication board complying with Lon Talk
Connects the unit by communication bus 30WG 020-190
protocol
to a building management system
61WG 020-90
30WGA 020-90
Two-directional high-speed communication using BACnet protocol Easy and high-speed connection by
30WG 110-190
over Ethernet network (IP)
ethernet line to a building management
system. Allows access to multiple unit
parameters
Control board factory-installed on the unit, control using weather
Permits easy control of a basic heating
30WG 020-190
61WG 020-90
compensation, control of supplementary electric heater (4 stages) system
or boiler, needle valve for domestic hot-water production with
programmable time schedule.
Dedicated conexion and software for 09PE drycooler managment. Permits the use of an energy-efficient
30WG 020-190
For 09PE drycooler need to select the option armoire de régulation plug-and-play system
30WGA 020-90
piloté par le chiller
EAC certification
Conformance with Russian regulations
30WG 020-190
61WG 020-90
30WGA 020-90
Compressor sound enclosure
Reduced sound emissions
30WG 020-190
61WG 020-90
30WGA 020-90
Enhanced sound insulation of main noise sources
6 dB(A) quiter than standard . Refer to the 30WG 020-90
(Material classified CD0S2 fire class according to Euroclass
physical data table for detailed values
61WG 020-90
13-501).
30WGA 020-90
Evaporator inlet/outlet screw connection sleeves
Allows unit connection to a screw
30WG 020-190
connector
61WG 020-90
30WGA 020-90
Condenser inlet/outlet screw connection sleeves
Allows unit connection to a screw
30WG 020-190
connector
61WG 020-90
Victaulic piping connections with welded joints
Easy installation
30WG 020-190
61WG 020-90
30WGA 020-90
Victaulic piping connections with welded joints
Easy installation
30WG 020-190
61WG 020-90
Condenser hydronic module equipped with high pressure fixedEasy and fast installation (plug & play)
30WG 110-190
speed pump, drain valve, air vent and pressure sensors. Select
option 293A for built-in safety hydraulic components.
Low temperature glycol solution production down to -12 °C with
ethylene glycol
Covers specific applications such as ice
storage and industrial processes
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Options
LP single-pump, cond. side
No.
Description
Use
Easy and fast installation (plug & play),
reduced power consumption of the water
circulation pump
30WG 020-190
61WG 020-90
Easy and fast installation (plug & play),
reduced power consumption of the water
circulation pump
30WG 110-190
Easy and fast installation (plug & play),
reduced power consumption of the water
circulation pump
30WG 110-190
Reduced footprint size
30WG 020-090
61WG 020-090
30WGA 020-090
30WG 020-190
61WG 020-90
30WG 020-090
61WG 020-090
30WGA 020-090
30WG 020-190
61WG 020-90
30WGA 020-90
30WG 020-190
61WG 020-90
30WG 020-190
61WG 020-90
30WGA 020-90
30WG 020-190
61WG 020-90
30WGA 020-90
30WG 020-190
61WG 020-90
30WGA 020-90
Unit stackable for operation
water connection at the top
274
Customer water connection at the top of the unit
Reduced footprint size
Remote user interface
275
User interface for remote installation
Remote control of the unit and its
operating parameters
Safety hydraulic components, evap. side
293
Screen filter, expansion tank and relief valve integrated in the
evaporator hydronic module
Easy and fast installation (plug & play),
operating safety
Safety hydraulic components, cond. side
Set point adjustment by 4-20mA signal
293A Screen filter, expansion tank and relief valve integrated in the
condenser hydronic module
311
Connections to allow a 4-20mA signal input
Easy and fast installation (plug & play),
operating safety
Easy energy managment, allow to adjust
set point by a 4-20mA external signal
External temperature sensor
312
"External temperature sensor control for using weather
compensation"
Free Cooling dry cooler management
313
Control & connections to a Free Cooling Drycooler 09PE or 09VE
fitted with option FC control box
Allow to adjust set point using weather
compensation and define autorisation
operation mode to external temperature
Easy system managment, Extended
control capabilities to a dryccoler used in
Free Cooling mode
HP cond. variable-speed single-pump
HP cond. variable-speed dual-pump
LP cond. variable-speed single-pump
Accessories
Accessories
00PPG000488000- Heating System Manager type A: It controls
one heat emitter type with an auxiliary electric heater or boiler.
00PPG000488100- Heating System Manager type B: It controls
two heat emitter types (or independent zones) and domestic hot
water production with an auxiliary electric heater or boiler.
00PPG000488200- Heating System Manager type C: It controls
two heat emitter types (or independent zones) and domestic hot
water production with a district heating network as auxiliary source.
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Advantages
270T Condenser hydronic module equipped with low pressure fixedspeed pump, drain valve, air vent and pressure sensors. Select
option 293A for built-in safety hydraulic components.
270V Condenser hydronic module equipped with high-pressure
variable-speed pump, drain valve, air vent and pressure sensors.
(expansion tank not included) Select option 293A for built-in safety
hydraulic components.
270W Condenser hydronic module equipped with dual high-pressure
variable-speed pump, drain valve, air vent and pressure sensors.
(expansion tank not included) Select option 293A for built-in safety
hydraulic components.
270Y Condenser hydronic module equipped with low-pressure
variable-speed pump, drain valve, air vent and pressure sensors.
(expansion tank not included) Select option 293A for built-in safety
hydraulic components.
273
Unit stackable for operation
Description
Additional control box not supplied with
the unit, to be installed remotely
Additional control box not supplied with
the unit, to be installed remotely
Additional control box not supplied with
the unit, to be installed remotely
Easy and fast installation (plug & play)
Advantages
Heating system control facilitated
Heating system control facilitated
Heating system control facilitated
30WG 020-190
61WG 020-90
Use
30WG 020-190
61WG 020-90
30WG 020-190
61WG 020-90
30WG 020-190
61WG 020-90
Hydronic module (options 116T, 270T)
Typical water piping diagram
2
1
PT
Unit water inlet
3
6
4
5
15
TT
7
9
Components of unit and hydronic module
1
Victaulic screen filter (option 293 or 293A only)
2
Expansion tank (option 293 or 293A only)
3
Safety valve (option 293 or 293A only)
4
Water pump
5
Air vent
6
Water drain valve
7/8 Entering/leaving pressure sensor
9/10 Entering/leaving temperature probe
12
Flow switch 61WG option 272 (sizes 020-045 only)
13Compressor
14Evaporator
15Condenser
16
Expansion device
Condenser water loop (61WG/30WG)
Unit water outlet
2
1
PT
Unit water inlet
6
3
TT
PT
10
8
4
6
5
13
16
14
TT
9
7
NOTE: Units without hydronic module include a flow switch.
Evaporator water loop (61WG/30WG/30WGA)
Unit water outlet
12
TT
PT
10
8
Physical data, units with hydronic module
61WG/30WG/30WGA
Operating weight, 30WG/61WG
(options 116V and 270V)*
Operating weight, 30WGA (option 116V)*
Height**
Hydronic module with option 293 or 293A
Maximum operating pressure
Water filter (max. removed particle diameter)
Expansion tank capacity***
Water connections
6
kg
020
305
025
313
kg
mm
250 258 258 263 266 271 431 435 442 449 465
1463 1463 1463 1463 1463 1463 1463 1463 1463 1463 1463 1574 1574 1574 1574 1574 1574
kPa
mm
l
in
300
1.2
8
1.5
300
1.2
8
1.5
030
313
300
1.2
8
1.5
035
321
300
1.2
8
1.5
040
327
300
1.2
8
1.5
045
334
300
1.2
8
1.5
050
513
300
1.2
12
2
060
521
300
1.2
12
2
070
533
300
1.2
12
2
080
544
300
1.2
12
2
090
574
300
1.2
12
2
110 120 140 150 170 190
1056 1082 1108 1218 1270 1301
400
1.2
25
2,5
400
1.2
25
2,5
400
1.2
25
2,5
400
1.2
35
3
400
1.2
35
3
400
1.2
35
3
* Weight shown is a guideline only.
** The length and width dimensions are the same as for the standard unit.
*** When delivered, the standard pre-inflation of the tanks is not necessary the optimal value for the system. To permit changing the water volume, change the inflation pressure to a pressure that is close
to the static head of the system. Fill the system with water (purging the air) to a pressure value that is 10 to 20 kPa higher than the pressure in the tank.
Electrical data, options 116T, 270T
The pumps that are factory-installed in these units comply
with the European Ecodesign directive ErP. The additional
electrical data required by regulation 640/2009 are given in
the installation, operation and maintenance instructions.
This regulation regards the application of directive 2008/28/
CE on the eco-design requirements for electric motors.
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Heating System Manager - 61WG/30WG units
This accessory allows improved integration of the
61WG/30WG heat pump to maximise the energy efficiency
performance. With three system levels for nine typical
configurations, most heating only applications are covered
- from the simplest to the most complex, such as interfacing
with a district heating system.
The control box can supply all auxiliary devices such as the
circulating pumps or the mixing or switching valves.
The heat pump is controlled by a CCN bus and the control
box includes an NRCP2-BASE board, a ProDialog interface
as well as all required sensors.
Each of these accessory configurations is described in detail
the installation manual for this accessory:
-- choice of additional control options (on/off volt-free
contact or 0-10 V signal for increased performance),
-- domestic hot water production temperature control and
distribution.
HSM control box
HSM control box dimensions
603
180
120
52
Installation safety notes
• The hydronic installation must be carried out by qualified personnel in accordance
with applicable laws and following standard accepted practices.
• The hydronic installation must be regularly serviced.
• An incorrect hydronic installation that does not comply with the safety, electrical
and thermal standards, as well as lacking/poor maintenance can lead to
excessive pressures and cause piping breaks.
25
536
33
170
559
382
442
17
416
17
1,5
20,5
1
400
10
Legend:
All dimensions are in mm.
1 Clearance required to open the door and for customer connection
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Heating System Manager - 61WG/30WG units (cont.)
Accessory 00PPG000488000- Heating System Manager type A
QQ Heating System Manager: one heat emitter type with supplementary electric heater or boiler:
-- Allows control of a non-reversible heating system that includes a 61WG/30WG heat pump and a single heat emitter type
or a single comfort zone. For optimised energy efficiency the heat pump is controlled by a configurable weather compensation
system. The control box controls a supplementary electric heater or a standy-by boiler. The control box supplies power to
the circulating pumps.
Heating system example: one heat emitter type with supplementary electric heating or stand-by boiler
61WG/30WG + HSM
GT3
Heating system
P1
GT1 SV31
Back-up system
GT...
Legend
GT1 Water temperature loop 1
GT3 Outside air temperature
P1
Pump for water loop 1 (radiators)
P2
External water pump for the heat pump
SV31 Three-way mixing valve for the back-up heater
P1...
SV...
P2
Hot water
Accessory 00PPG000488100- Heating System Manager type B
QQ Heating System Manager (as accessory 00PPG000488000-) two heat emitter types or independent zones and domestic hot
water production:
-- Allows control of a non-reversible heating system that includes a 61WG/30WG heat pump and two different heat emitter
types and/or two independent comfort zones. For optimised energy efficiency the heat pump is controlled by a configurable
weather compensation system. The control box controls a supplementary electric heater or a standy-by boiler. The control
box supplies power to the circulating pumps. Hot-water production can be permanent or programmable with a second
setpoint at the heat pump and control of a switching valve.
Heating system example: two heat emitter types or independent zones and domestic hot water production
GT3
Heating system
P1
Back-up system
SV31
61WG/30WG + HSM
GT1
GT7:2
GT4
P7-2
SV34
Legend
SV32
P4
Floor heating
GT5
SV35
P2
Pumps
P1
Pump for water loop 1 (radiators)
P2
External water pump for the heat pump
P4
Pump for water loop 2 (floor heating)
P5
Pump to pre-heat the domestic hot water valve loop
P7
Pump for domestic hot water circulation
P7-2 Pump for domestic hot water circulation in an aditional tank
GT7
P5
GT2
GT..
P..
Domestic hot
water in
P7
SV..
Thermistors
GT1 Water temperature loop 1
GT2 Domestic hot water tank temperature
GT3 Outside air temperature
GT4 Water temperature loop 2
GT5 Domestic hot water temperature
GT7 Additional domestic hot water tank temperature
Hot water
Valves
SV31 Three-way mixing valve for the back-up heater
SV32 Heating/domestic hot water change-over valve
SV34 Three-way control valve for water loop 2
SV35 Three-way mixing valve for domestic hot water
NOTES:
- This application example includes two zones and a supplementary boiler and domestic hot-water production.
- The installation includes a switching valve (SV32) that allows switching from the heat pump capacity of the heating system to domestic hot-water production.
- The primary heating circuit is the domestic hot-water production circuit. It includes a tank with an equivalent pressure drop to simplify system balancing.
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Heating System Manager - 61WG/30WG units (cont.)
Accessory 00PPG000488200- Heating System Manager type C
QQ Heating System Manager (as accessory 00PPG000488100-) with the possibility to obtain additional heating and domestic hotwater production capacity from a district heating system:
-- Allows control of a non-reversible heating system that includes a 61WG/30WG heat pump and two different heat emitter
types and/or two independent comfort zones. For optimised energy efficiency the heat pump is controlled by a configurable
weather compensation system. The control box controls the heating and/or domestic hot-water production support from a
district heating system. The control box supplies power to the circulating pumps. Hot-water production can be permanent
or programmable with a second setpoint at the heat pump and control of a switching valve.
Heating system example: with the possibility to obtain additional heating and domestic hot-water production
capacity from a district heating system
Heating system
P1
GT1 SV31
GT1:3
SV21
GT3
61WG/30WG + HSM
GT1:4
GT7:2
SV27
GT4 P4 SV34
SV32
Floor heating
GT5 SV35
P2
GT7
GT2
P5
P..
P7
Domestic hot
water in
Legend
Thermistors
GT1 Water temperature loop 1
GT1:3Heat exchanger leaving water temperature, district heating
GT1:4Heat exchanger entering water temperature, district heating
GT2 Domestic hot water tank temperature
GT3 Outside air temperature
GT4 Water temperature loop 2
GT5 Domestic hot water temperature
GT7 Additional domestic hot water tank temperature
GT7:2Back-up heat exchanger temperature for domestic hot water
Pumps
P1
Pump for water loop 1 (radiators)
P2
External water pump for the heat pump
P4
Pump for water loop 2 (floor heating)
P5
Pump to pre-heat the domestic hot water valve loop
P7
Pump for domestic hot water circulation
Valves
SV21 Valve for district heating heat exchanger for heating
SV27 Valve for district heating heat exchanger for domestic hot water
SV31 Three-way mixing valve for the back-up heater
SV32 Heating/domestic hot water change-over valve
SV34 Three-way control valve for water loop 2
SV35 Three-way mixing valve for domestic hot water
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GT..
SV..
Hot water
Physical data, 61WG units
61WG
Heating
Standard unit
Full load performances*
Full load performances**
Seasonal efficiency***
Operating weight(1)
Operating weight with
option 258 (1)
Sound levels(2)
Sound power level, standard unit
Sound power level, option 257
Sound power level, option 258
Sound power level,
option 257 + 258
Dimensions, standard unit(3)
Width
Length
Height
Compressors
Quantity
Number of capacity stages
Minimum capacity
Refrigerant(1)
Charge, standard unit
H1
H1
H1
H2
H2
H3
H3
H3
H4
H4
H5
H5
H1
H1
H2
H2
H3
H3
H4
H4
H5
H5
H1
H1
H1
H4
H4
H4
Nominal capacity
COP
Eurovent class heating
Nominal capacity
COP
Nominal capacity
COP
Eurovent class heating
Nominal capacity
COP
Nominal capacity
COP
Gross nominal capacity
Gross COP
Gross nominal capacity
Gross COP
Gross nominal capacity
Gross COP
Gross nominal capacity
Gross COP
Gross nominal capacity
Gross COP
SCOP
Ƞs heat
Prated
SCOP
Ƞs heat
Prated
Charge, unit with option 272
Capacity control
Evaporator
Water volume
Water connections
Inlet/outlet
Max. water-side operating
pressure
Condenser
Net water volume
Water connections
Inlet/outlet
Max. water-side operating
pressure
Chassis paint colour
020
025
030
035
040
045
050
060
070
080
090
kW
29.0
kW/kW 5.42
A
kW
21.7
kW/kW 4.24
kW
27.7
kW/kW 4.35
B
kW
26.9
kW/kW 3.65
kW
25.7
kW/kW 2.96
kW
28.9
kW/kW 5.75
kW
21.6
kW/kW 4.42
kW
27.6
kW/kW 4.53
kW
26.9
kW/kW 3.75
kW
25.7
kW/kW 3.01
kW/kW 5.36
%
206
kW
34
kW/kW 4.37
%
167
kW
32
kg
191
kg
198
34.4
5.29
A
25.7
4.26
33.0
4.34
B
32.0
3.68
30.7
2.96
34.3
5.62
25.7
4.46
32.9
4.53
31.9
3.78
30.7
3.01
5.20
200
41
4.32
165
38
200
207
38.3
5.21
A
29.4
4.29
36.7
4.20
B
35.4
3.52
33.7
2.86
38.1
5.56
29.3
4.51
36.5
4.39
35.3
3.62
33.6
2.91
5.11
197
45
4.20
160
42
200
207
44.2
5.29
A
34.1
4.27
42.7
4.27
B
41.3
3.59
39.6
2.93
44.1
5.64
34.0
4.49
42.5
4.47
41.3
3.69
39.5
2.98
5.19
200
53
4.28
163
49
207
214
50.2
5.34
A
37.7
4.27
48.7
4.32
B
46.5
3.56
42.9
2.88
49.9
5.73
37.6
4.49
48.5
4.53
46.4
3.66
42.9
2.93
5.23
201
60
4.32
165
56
212
219
57.2
5.32
A
42.1
4.25
54.8
4.36
B
52.3
3.66
49.1
2.96
57.0
5.69
42.0
4.46
54.5
4.58
52.2
3.76
49.0
3.01
5.19
200
68
4.35
166
63
220
227
68.6
5.49
A
50.4
4.25
66.4
4.51
A
63.6
3.75
60.6
2.98
68.3
5.76
50.3
4.38
66.2
4.67
63.6
3.82
60.5
3.01
5.84
226
81
4.86
186
76
386
399
78.2
5.36
A
56.7
4.27
75.7
4.32
B
74.0
3.64
70.7
3.04
77.9
5.63
56.5
4.41
75.4
4.47
73.9
3.71
70.7
3.08
5.93
229
93
4.88
187
88
392
405
88.4
5.46
A
67.0
4.26
84.1
4.35
B
80.4
3.63
76.3
2.99
88.1
5.76
66.8
4.42
83.8
4.51
80.2
3.70
76.3
3.02
5.93
229
105
4.80
184
97
403
416
100.1
5.28
A
74.6
4.28
95.3
4.27
B
90.3
3.56
85.0
2.94
99.6
5.59
74.4
4.44
94.9
4.44
90.2
3.63
85.0
2.98
5.83
225
119
4.89
188
109
413
426
116.5
5.33
A
87.0
4.29
109.0
4.31
B
103.0
3.60
97.4
2.97
116
5.65
86.7
4.46
109
4.47
102.9
3.68
97.3
3.00
5.82
225
139
4.80
184
124
441
454
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
67.0
65.0
61.2
60.4
68.5
65.8
62.4
61.8
69.0
65.8
63.4
62.3
69.3
66.6
63.2
62.4
70.0
68.4
64.4
63.7
70.1
68.4
63.9
62.9
71.5
68.4
66.2
64.9
72.0
68.6
66.1
64.8
72.0
69.0
66.1
65.1
73.0
69.0
67.3
66.0
73.4
69.9
67.2
66.0
mm
mm
mm
600
600
600
600
600
1044
1044
1044
1044
1044
901
901
901
901
901
Hermetic scroll 48.3 r/s
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
100
100
100
100
100
R410A
3.5
3.5
3.6
3.7
4.0
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.6
8.2
2.7
2.9
2.9
3.0
3.2
5.6
6.0
6.1
6.3
6.7
Pro-Dialog+
Direct-expansion plate heat exchanger
3.3
3.6
3.6
4.2
4.6
Victaulic
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
600
1044
901
880
1474
901
880
1474
901
880
1474
901
880
1474
901
880
1474
901
1
1
100
2
2
50
2
2
50
2
2
50
2
2
50
2
2
50
4.6
9.5
3.9
8.1
7.6
15.9
7.2
14.9
7.8
16.3
7.3
15.2
7.9
16.5
7.4
15.5
8.7
18.2
7.6
15.9
11.5
24
10.5
21.9
5.0
8.4
9.2
9.6
10.4
12.5
1.5
1000
2
1000
2
1000
2
1000
2
1000
2
1000
%
kg
teqCO2
kg
teqCO2
l
in
kPa
l
in
kPa
Plate heat exchanger
3.3
3.6
3.6
Victaulic
1.5
1.5
1.5
1000
1000
1000
4.2
4.6
5.0
8.4
9.2
9.6
10.4
12.5
1.5
1000
1.5
1000
1.5
1000
2
1000
2
1000
2
1000
2
1000
2
1000
Colour code: RAL7035
* In accordance with standard EN14511-3:2013
** Not in accordance with standard EN14511-3:2013.These performances do not take into account the correction for the proportionnal heating capacity and power input generated by the water pump
to overcome the internal pressure drop in the heat exchanger.
*** In accordance with standard EN14825:2013, average climate
H1 Heating mode conditions: evaporator entering/leaving water temperature 10 °C/7 °C, condenser entering/leaving water temperature 30 °C/35 °C, evaporator and condenser fouling factor 0 m2 K/W.
H2 Heating mode conditions: evaporator entering/leaving water temperature 0 °C/-3 °C, condenser entering/leaving water temperature 30 °C/35 °C, evaporator and condenser fouling factor 0 m2 K/W,
evaporator fluid: 30%
H3 Heating mode conditions: evaporator entering/leaving water temperature 10 °C/7 °C, condenser entering/leaving water temperature 40 °C/45 °C, evaporator and condenser fouling factor 0 m2 K/W.
H4 Heating mode conditions: evaporator entering/leaving water temperature 10 °C/7 °C, condenser entering/leaving water temperature 47 °C/55 °C, evaporator and condenser fouling factor 0 m2 K/W.
H5 Heating mode conditions: evaporator entering/leaving water temperature 10 °C/7 °C, condenser entering/leaving water temperature 55 °C/65 °C, evaporator and condenser fouling factor 0 m2 K/W.
(1)
Weight shown is a guideline only. Please refer to the unit nameplate
(2)
In dB ref=10-12 W, (A) weighting. Declared dualnumber noise emission values in accordance with ISO 4871 (with an associated uncertainty of +/-3dB(A)). Measured in accordance with ISO 9614-1
and certified by Eurovent.
(3)
The dimensions shown are for the standard unit. For other unit types please refer to the dimensional drawings.
Eurovent certified values
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Physical data, 30WG units
30WG
Cooling
Standard unit
Full load performances*
Full load performances**
Seasonal efficiency*
Seasonal efficiency**
Seasonal efficiency***
Integrated part load value
Operating weight (1)
Operating weight with
option 258(1)
Sound levels(2)
Sound power level
Sound power level, option 257
Sound power level, option 258
Sound power level,
option 257 + 258
Dimensions, standard unit(3)
Width
Length
Height
Compressors
Quantity
Number of capacity stages
Minimum capacity
Refrigerant(1)
Charge
C1
C1
C1
C2
C2
C2
C1
C1
C2
C2
C1
C1
H1
H1
H1
Nominal capacity
EER
Eurovent class cooling
Nominal capacity
EER
Eurovent class cooling
Gross nominal capacity
Gross EER
Gross nominal capacity
Gross EER
ESEER
Gross ESEER
SCOP
Ƞs heat
Prated
IPLV
Capacity control
Evaporator
Water volume
Water connections
Inlet/outlet
Max. water-side operating
pressure
Condenser
Net water volume
Water connections
Inlet/outlet
Max. water-side operating
pressure
Chassis paint colour
020
025
030
035
040
045
050
060
070
080
090
kW
24.6
kW/kW 4.72
B
kW
33.9
kW/kW 6.42
A
kW
24.7
kW/kW 4.93
kW
34.1
kW/kW 6.91
kW/kW 5.10
kW/kW 5.35
kW/kW 4.60
%
176
kW
38
kW/kW 5.87
kg
191
kg
198
28.7
4.72
B
39.3
6.10
A
28.8
4.94
39.5
6.56
5.09
5.35
4.58
175
45
5.88
200
207
31.5
4.69
B
43.0
6.03
A
31.6
4.93
43.3
6.52
5.03
5.30
4.56
174
49
5.77
200
207
36.7
4.73
B
50.1
6.04
A
36.9
4.96
50.4
6.53
5.05
5.32
4.58
175
57
5.80
207
214
41.8
4.69
B
56.6
5.90
A
42.0
4.93
56.9
6.37
5.03
5.32
4.56
175
66
5.80
212
219
46.6
4.72
B
65.6
6.06
A
46.8
4.96
66.0
6.59
5.07
5.36
4.55
174
73
5.84
220
227
58.1
4.72
B
78.6
6.12
A
58.3
4.90
78.8
6.49
5.83
6.31
5.24
202
91
6.61
386
399
63.4
4.65
B
86.0
5.93
A
63.5
4.82
86.3
6.31
5.87
6.38
5.27
203
99
6.70
392
405
73.8
4.69
B
101.7
6.19
A
74.0
4.88
102.1
6.62
5.79
6.30
5.17
199
116
6.60
403
416
83.9
4.65
B
113.2
5.93
A
84.1
4.84
113.6
6.35
5.99
6.54
5.23
201
132
6.87
413
426
94.6
4.68
B
129.4
6.13
A
94.8
4.87
129.9
6.57
5.93
6.44
5.15
198
148
6.78
441
454
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
67.0
65.0
61.2
60.4
68.5
65.8
62.4
61.8
69.0
65.8
63.4
62.3
69.3
66.6
63.2
62.4
70.0
68.4
64.4
63.7
70.1
68.4
63.9
62.9
71.5
68.4
66.2
64.9
72.0
68.6
66.1
64.8
72.0
69.0
66.1
65.1
73.0
69.0
67.3
66.0
73.4
69.9
67.2
66.0
mm
mm
mm
600
600
600
600
600
1044
1044
1044
1044
1044
901
901
901
901
901
Hermetic scroll 48.3 r/s
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
100
100
100
100
100
R410A
3.5
3.5
3.6
3.7
4.0
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.6
8.2
Pro-Dialog+
Direct-expansion plate heat exchanger
3.3
3.6
3.6
4.2
4.6
Victaulic
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
600
1044
901
880
1474
901
880
1474
901
880
1474
901
880
1474
901
880
1474
901
1
1
100
2
2
50
2
2
50
2
2
50
2
2
50
2
2
50
4.6
9.5
7.6
15.9
7.8
16.3
7.9
16.5
8.7
18.2
11.5
24
5.0
8.4
9.2
9.6
10.4
12.5
1.5
1000
2
1000
2
1000
2
1000
2
1000
2
1000
%
kg
teqCO2
l
in
kPa
l
in
kPa
Plate heat exchanger
3.3
3.6
3.6
Victaulic
1.5
1.5
1.5
1000
1000
1000
4.2
4.6
5.0
8.4
9.2
9.6
10.4
12.5
1.5
1000
1.5
1000
1.5
1000
2
1000
2
1000
2
1000
2
1000
2
1000
Colour code: RAL7035
* In accordance with standard EN14511-3:2013
** Not in accordance with standard EN14511-3:2013.These performances do not take into account the correction for the proportionnal heating capacity and power input generated by the water pump
to overcome the internal pressure drop in the heat exchanger.
*** In accordance with standard EN14825:2013, average climate
C1 Cooling mode conditions: evaporator water entering/leaving temperature 12°C/7°C, condenser entering/leaving water temperature 30°C/35°C, evaporator and condenser fouling factor 0 (m2k) / W
C2 Cooling mode conditions: evaporator water entering/leaving temperature 18°C/23°C, condenser entering/leaving water temperature 30°C/35°C, evaporator and condenser fouling factor 0 (m2k) / W
H1Heating mode conditions: evaporator entering/leaving water temperature 10 °C/7 °C, condenser entering/leaving water temperature 30 °C/35 °C, evaporator and condenser fouling factor 0 m2 K/W.
IPLV Calculations according to standard performances (in accordance with AHRI 550-590).
(1)
Weight shown is a guideline only. Please refer to the unit nameplate
(2)
In dB ref=10-12 W, (A) weighting. Declared dualnumber noise emission values in accordance with ISO 4871 (with an associated uncertainty of +/-3dB(A)). Measured in accordance with ISO 9614-1
and certified by Eurovent.
(3)
The dimensions shown are for the standard unit. For other unit types please refer to the dimensional drawings.
Eurovent certified values
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Physical data, 30WG units, sizes 110 to 190
30WG
Cooling
Standard unit
Full load performances*
Full load performances**
Seasonal efficiency*
Seasonal efficiency***
Integrated part load value
Operating weight (1)
Sound levels (2)
Sound power level
Sound power level, option 257
Dimensions, standard unit (3)
Width
Length
Height
Compressors
Quantity
Number of capacity stages
Minimum capacity
Refrigerant (1)
Charge, standard unit
C1
C1
C1
C2
C2
C2
H1
H1
H1
H4
H4
C1
C1
C2
C2
C1
C3
H1
H1
H1
H4
H4
H4
Nominal capacity
EER
Eurovent class cooling
Nominal capacity
EER
Eurovent class cooling
Nominal capacity
COP
Eurovent class heating
Nominal capacity
COP
Gross nominal capacity
Gross EER
Gross nominal capacity
Gross EER
ESEER
SEPR
SCOP
Ƞs heat
Prated
SCOP
Ƞs heat
Prated
IPLV
Capacity control
Evaporator
Water volume
Water connections
Inlet/outlet
Max. water-side operating pressure
without hydronic module
Condenser
Net water volume
Water connections
Inlet/outlet
Max. water-side operating pressure
without hydronic module
Chassis paint colour
110
120
140
150
170
190
kW
kW/kW
kW
kW/kW
kW
kW/kW
kW/kW
kW/kW
kW/kW
%
kW
kW/kW
%
kW
kW/kW
kg
114.5
4.79
B
155.1
6.2
A
137
5.63
A
125.1
3.59
114.8
4.96
155.6
6.55
6.11
6.31
244
155
5.05
194
143
6.79
707
129.9
4.77
B
176
6.1
A
155.5
5.61
A
140.1
3.63
130.2
4.92
176.6
6.42
6.22
6.37
247
176
5.09
196
161
6.91
733
143.6
4.70
B
196.3
6.01
A
172.3
5.53
A
155.2
3.57
144
4.86
197
6.34
6.15
6.29
244
196
5.05
194
178
6.83
758
152.9
4.83
B
206.8
6.23
A
183.2
5.67
A
166.5
3.6
153.3
5
207.5
6.59
6.05
4.75
6.31
244
208
5.02
193
191
6.77
841
171.9
4.78
B
230.5
5.97
A
206.3
5.62
A
188.6
3.76
172.3
4.94
231.3
6.29
6.11
4.81
6.32
245
234
5.17
199
216
6.84
877
191.8
4.79
B
261.7
6.14
A
230.1
5.59
A
208.6
3.6
192.4
4.96
262.8
6.51
6.02
4.76
6.18
239
261
4.96
190
239
6.77
908
dB(A)
dB(A)
75,5
72,5
76,5
73,5
77,8
74,8
76,0
73,0
77,0
74,0
78,4
75,4
mm
mm
mm
880
1583
1574
880
1583
1574
880
1583
1574
4
4
25
4
4
25
4
4
25
21,0
43,8
23,0
48,0
24,2
50,5
l
in
kPa
880
880
880
1583
1583
1583
1574
1574
1574
Hermetic scroll 48.3 r/s
3
3
3
3
3
3
33
33
33
R410A
13,3
14,5
15,6
27,8
30,3
32,6
TouchPilort Junior
Direct-expansion plate heat exchanger
15,18
17,35
19,04
Victaulic
2 1/2
2 1/2
2 1/2
1000
1000
1000
23,16
26,52
29,05
3
1000
3
1000
3
1000
l
in
kPa
Plate heat exchanger
15,18
17,35
Victaulic
2 1/2
2 1/2
1000
1000
19,04
23,16
26,52
29,05
2 1/2
1000
3
1000
3
1000
3
1000
kW
kW/kW
kW
kW/kW
kW
kW/kW
%
kg
teqCO2
Colour code: RAL7035
* In accordance with standard EN14511-3:2013
** Not in accordance with standard EN14511-3:2013.These performances do not take into account the correction for the proportionnal heating capacity and power input generated by the water pump
to overcome the internal pressure drop in the heat exchanger.
*** In accordance with standard EN14825:2013, average climate
C1 Cooling mode conditions: evaporator water entering/leaving temperature 12°C/7°C, condenser entering/leaving water temperature 30°C/35°C, evaporator and condenser fouling factor 0 (m2k) / W
C2 Cooling mode conditions: evaporator water entering/leaving temperature 18°C/23°C, condenser entering/leaving water temperature 30°C/35°C, evaporator and condenser fouling factor 0 (m2k) / W
C3 Cooling mode conditions: evaporator water entering/leaving temperature -2°C/-8°C, condenser entering/leaving water temperature 30°C/35°C, evaporator and condenser fouling factor 0 (m2k) / W
H1 Heating mode conditions: evaporator entering/leaving water temperature 10 °C/7 °C, condenser entering/leaving water temperature 30 °C/35 °C, evaporator and condenser fouling factor 0 m2 K/W.
H4 Heating mode conditions: evaporator entering/leaving water temperature 10 °C/7 °C, condenser entering/leaving water temperature 47 °C/55 °C, evaporator and condenser fouling factor 0 m2 K/W.
IPLV Calculations according to standard performances (in accordance with AHRI 550-590).
(1)
Weight shown is a guideline only. Please refer to the unit nameplate
(2)
In dB ref=10-12 W, (A) weighting. Declared dualnumber noise emission values in accordance with ISO 4871 (with an associated uncertainty of +/-3dB(A)). Measured in accordance with ISO 9614-1
and certified by Eurovent.
(3)
The dimensions shown are for the standard unit. For other unit types please refer to the dimensional drawings.
Eurovent certified values
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Physical data, 30WGA units
30WGA
Standard unit
Full load performances*
Full load performances**
Operating weight(1)
Operating weight with option
258(1)
Sound levels(2)
Sound power level
Sound power level, option 257
Sound power level, option 258
Sound power level, option
257 + 258
Dimensions, standard unit(3)
Width
Length
Height
Compressors
Circuit A
Circuit B
Number of capacity stages
Minimum capacity
Refrigerant
Capacity control
Evaporator
Water volume
Water connections
Inlet/outlet
Max. water-side operating
pressure without hydronic
module
Refrigerant connections
Discharge line diameter
Liquid line diameter
Chassis paint colour
C1
C1
C2
C2
C1
C1
C2
C2
Nominal capacity
EER
Nominal capacity
EER
Gross nominal capacity
Gross EER
Gross nominal capacity
Gross EER
kW
kW/kW
kW
kW/kW
kW
kW/kW
kW
kW/kW
kg
kg
020
22.6
3.75
32.1
5.51
22.7
3.80
32.2
5.67
164
171
025
27.0
3.84
38.1
5.36
27.1
3.91
38.3
5.52
171
178
030
29.5
3.87
41.9
5.44
29.6
3.94
42.1
5.62
171
178
035
34.7
3.93
48.9
5.51
34.8
4.00
49.2
5.69
177
184
040
39.2
3.94
55.2
5.44
39.4
4.02
55.5
5.63
180
187
045
43.7
3.90
63.1
5.53
43.8
3.98
63.5
5.72
185
192
050
53.7
3.82
75.9
5.36
53.8
3.86
76.2
5.47
321
334
060
59.8
3.85
83.9
5.37
59.9
3.89
84.1
5.48
324
337
070
69.2
3.86
98.1
5.45
69.4
3.91
98.4
5.58
332
345
080
78.3
3.91
110.5
5.42
78.4
3.95
110.9
5.55
339
352
090
87.8
3.88
124.6
5.42
88.0
3.93
125.0
5.54
354
367
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
67.0
65.0
61.2
60.4
68.5
65.8
62.4
61.8
69.0
65.8
63.4
62.3
69.3
66.6
63.2
62.4
70.0
68.4
64.4
63.7
70.1
68.4
63.9
62.9
71.5
68.4
66.2
64.9
72.0
68.6
66.1
64.8
72.0
69.0
66.1
65.1
73.0
69.0
67.3
66.0
73.4
69.9
67.2
66.0
mm
mm
mm
600
600
600
1044 1044 1044
901
901
901
Hermetic scroll 48.3 r/s
1
1
1
1
1
1
100
100
100
600
1044
901
600
1044
901
600
1044
901
880
1474
901
880
1474
901
880
1474
901
880
1474
901
880
1474
901
1
1
100
1
1
100
1
1
100
2
2
50
2
2
50
2
2
50
2
2
50
2
2
50
8.4
9.2
9.6
10.4
12.5
2
1000
2
1000
2
1000
2
1000
2
1000
1-1/8
7/8
1-1/8
7/8
1-1/8
7/8
1-1/8
7/8
1-1/8
7/8
%
l
in
kPa
in
in
R410A
Pro-Dialog+
Direct-expansion plate heat exchanger
3.3
3.6
3.6
4.2
4.6
5.0
Victaulic
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000
7/8
7/8
7/8
7/8
5/8
5/8
5/8
5/8
Colour code: RAL7035
7/8
5/8
7/8
5/8
* In accordance with standard EN14511-3:2013. Refrigerant piping equivalent length (without drier and valves) = 3 m.
** Not in accordance with standard EN14511-3:2013.These performances do not take into account the correction for the proportionnal heating capacity and power input generated by the water pump
to overcome the internal pressure drop in the heat exchanger. Refrigerant piping equivalent length (without drier and valves) = 3 m
C1 Cooling mode conditions: evaporator entering/leaving water temperature 12 °C/7 °C, saturated condensing temperature 45 °C, subcooling 5 K, evaporator fouling factor 0 m2 K/W.
C2 Cooling mode conditions: evaporator entering/leaving water temperature 23 °C/18 °C, saturated condensing temperature 45 °C, subcooling 5 K, evaporator fouling factor 0 m2 K/W.
(1)
Weight shown is a guideline only. Please refer to the unit nameplate
(2)
In dB ref=10-12 W, (A) weighting. Declared dualnumber noise emission values in accordance with ISO 4871 (with an associated uncertainty of +/-3dB(A)). Measured in accordance with ISO 9614-1
and certified by Eurovent.
(3)
The dimensions shown are for the standard unit. For other unit types please refer to the dimensional drawings.
Electrical data notes and operating conditions:
•
61WG/30WG/30WGA units have a single power connection point, located
immediately upstream of the main disconnect switch.
•
The control box includes the following standard features:
- a main disconnect switch,
- the starter and motor protection devices for each compressor and the pumps
- the control devices
•
Field connections:
All connections to the system and the electrical installations must be in full
accordance with all applicable local codes.
•
The Carrier 61WG/30WG/30WGA units are designed and built to ensure
conformance with these codes. The recommendations of European standard
EN 60204-1 (machine safety ‑ electrical machine components ‑ part 1: general
regulations - corresponds to IEC 60204-1) are specifically taken into account, when
designing the electrical unit equipment.
Notes:
•
Generally the recommendations of IEC 60364 are accepted as compliance with the
requirements of the installation directives. Conformance with EN 60204-1 is the best
means of ensuring compliance with the Machines Directive § 1.5.1.
•
Annex B of EN 60204-1 describes the electrical characteristics used for the
operation of the machines.
1. The operating conditions for the units are specified below:
Environment* ‑ Environment as classified in EN 60721 (equivalent to CEI60721):
- Indoor installation,
- ambient temperature range: +5 °C for the temperature minimum to +40 °C,
class 4K4H,
- humidity range (non-condensing)*:
- 50% relative humidity at 40 °C
- 90% relative humidity at 20 °C
- altitude: ≤ 2000 m (see note for table 4.7 in the IOM)
- indoor installation*
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
- presence of water: class AD2 (possibility of water droplets)
- presence of hard solids, class 4S2 (no significant dust present)
- presence of corrosive and polluting substances, class 4C2 (negligible)
- vibration and shock, class AG2, AH2
- competence of personnel, class BA4* (trained personnel ‑ IEC 60364)
Power supply frequency variation: ± 2 Hz.
The neutral (N) conductor must not be connected directly to the unit (if necessary
use a transformer).
Over-current protection of the power supply conductors is not provided with the unit.
The factory-installed disconnect switch(es)/circuit breaker(s) is (are) of a type
suitable for power interruption in accordance with EN 60947.
The units are designed for simplified connection on TN(s) networks (IEC 60364). For IT
networks provide a local earth and consult competent local organisations to complete
the electrical installation. Units delivered with speed drive (option 116V and 270V)
are not compatible with IT network.
Derived currents: If protection by monitoring of derived currents is necessary to ensure
the safety of the installation, the control of the cut-out value must take the presence
of leak currents into consideration that result from the use of frequency converters in
the unit. A value of at least 150 mA is recommended to control differential protection
devices.
NOTE: If particular aspects of an actual installation do not conform to the
conditions described above, or if there are other conditions which should be
considered, always contact your local Carrier representative.
*
The protection level of the control boxes required to conform to this class is IPX1B
(according to reference document IEC 60529). All 61WG/30WG/30WGA units fulfil this
protection condition.
Units equipped with front casing panel meet class IP23. If the casing panel has been
removed, access to energised components is protected to level IPXXB.
Electrical data
61WG without hydronic module
Power circuit
Nominal voltage
Voltage range
Control circuit supply
Maximum start-up current draw (Un)*
Standard unit
Unit with electronic starter option
Unit power factor at maximum capacity**
Maximum operating power input**
Nominal unit operating current draw***
Maximum operating current draw (Un)****
Maximum operating current draw (Un-10%) †
Customer-side unit power reserve
Short-circuit stability and protection
*
**
***
****
†
020
025
030
035
040
045
V-ph-Hz
V
400-3-50
360-440
24 V, via internal transformer
A
A
98
142
142
147
158
197
53.9
78.1
78.1
80.9
86.9
108.4
0.83
0.82
0.84
0.83
0.82
0.84
9.7
11.4
12.8
14.7
16.6
18.7
12.9
15.8
16.8
19.2
20.7
24.6
16.1
19.6
21.1
24.4
26.7
30.9
17.8
21.6
23.2
26.9
29.4
34.0
Customer reserve at the 24 V control power circuit
See table below "Short-circuit stability current"
kW
A
A
A
050
060
070
080
090
161
98
0.82
22.8
31.6
39.2
43.2
163
99
0.82
25.6
33.6
42.2
46.4
172
105
0.83
29.4
38.4
48.8
53.8
185
114
0.82
33.2
41.4
53.4
58.8
226
139
0.84
37.4
49.2
61.8
68.0
Maximum instantaneous start-up current at operating limit values (maximum operating current of the smallest compressor(s) + locked rotor current or limited start-up current of the largest compressor).
Maximum power input at the unit operating limits.
Values obtained at standardised Eurovent conditions: evaporator entering/leaving water temperature 10 °C/7 °C, condenser entering/leaving water temperature 30 °C/35 °C.
Maximum unit operating current at maximum unit power input and 400 V.
Maximum unit operating current at maximum unit power input and 360 V.
30WG without hydronic module
Power circuit
Nominal voltage
Voltage range
Control circuit supply
Maximum start-up current draw (Un)*
Standard unit
Unit with electronic starter option
Unit power factor at maximum capacity**
Maximum operating power input**
Nominal unit operating current draw***
Maximum operating current draw (Un)****
Maximum operating current draw (Un-10%) †
Customer-side unit power reserve
Short-circuit stability and protection
020
025
030
035
040
045
V-ph-Hz
V
400-3-50
360-440
24 V, via internal transformer
A
A
98
142
142
147
158
197
53.9
78.1
78.1
80.9
86.9
108.4
0.83
0.82
0.84
0.83
0.82
0.84
9.7
11.4
12.8
14.7
16.6
18.7
12.9
18.8
16.8
19.2
20.7
24.6
15.6
18.7
19.8
23.2
25.4
29.0
17.2
20.6
21.8
25.6
28.0
31.9
Customer reserve at the 24 V control power circuit
See table below "Short-circuit stability current"
kW
A
A
A
050
060
070
080
090
161
96.8
0.82
22.8
31.6
37.5
41.2
163
97.9
0.82
24.6
33.6
39.6
43.6
172
104.1
0.83
29.4
38.4
46.4
51.2
185
112.3
0.82
33.2
41.4
50.8
56.0
227
137.4
0.84
37.4
49.2
58.0
63.8
* Maximum instantaneous start-up current at operating limit values (maximum operating current of the smallest compressor(s) + locked rotor current or limited start-up current of the largest compressor).
** Maximum power input at the unit operating limits.
*** Values obtained at standardised Eurovent conditions: evaporator entering/leaving water temperature 12 °C/7 °C, condenser entering/leaving water temperature 30 °C/ 35 °C.
**** Maximum unit operating current at maximum unit power input and 400 V.
† Maximum unit operating current at maximum unit power input and 360 V.
30WG without hydronic module
Power circuit
Nominal voltage
Voltage range
Control circuit supply
Maximum start-up current draw (Un)*
Standard unit
Unit with electronic starter option
Unit power factor at maximum capacity**
Maximum operating power input**
Nominal unit operating current draw***
Maximum operating current draw (Un)****
Maximum operating current draw (Un-10%)†
Customer-side unit power reserve
Short-circuit stability and protection
110
120
140
150
V-ph-Hz
V
400-3-50
360-440
24 V, via internal transformer
A
A
193,4
208,8
255
216,6
127,3
137,7
166,4
150,5
0,85
0,85
0,85
0,85
41
45
51
55
45,6
49,5
59,1
60,8
69,6
76,2
87
92,8
76,8
84
95,7
102,4
Customer reserve at the 24 V control power circuit
See table below "Short-circuit stability current"
kW
A
A
A
170
190
234,2
163,1
0,85
60
66
101,6
112
284
195,4
0,85
68
78,8
116
127,6
* Maximum instantaneous start-up current at operating limit values (maximum operating current of the smallest compressor(s) + locked rotor current or limited start-up current of the largest compressor).
** Maximum power input at the unit operating limits.
*** Values obtained at standardised Eurovent conditions: evaporator entering/leaving water temperature 12 °C/7 °C, condenser entering/leaving water temperature 30 °C/ 35 °C.
**** Maximum unit operating current at maximum unit power input and 400 V.
† Maximum unit operating current at maximum unit power input and 360 V.
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30WGA without hydronic module
Power circuit
Nominal voltage
Voltage range
Control circuit supply
Maximum start-up current draw (Un)*
Standard unit
Unit with electronic starter option
Unit power factor at maximum capacity**
Maximum operating power input**
Nominal unit operating current draw***
Maximum operating current draw (Un)****
Maximum operating current draw (Un-10%) †
Customer-side unit power reserve
Short-circuit stability and protection
020
025
030
035
040
045
V-ph-Hz
V
400-3-50
360-440
24 V, via internal transformer
A
A
98
142
142
147
158
197
53.9
78.1
78.1
80.9
86.9
108.4
0.83
0.82
0.84
0.83
0.82
0.84
9.7
11.4
12.8
14.7
16.6
18.7
11.4
13.8
14.7
16.5
18.1
21.2
14.7
17.7
19.3
21.7
24.1
27.5
16.2
19.5
21.3
23.9
26.5
30.3
Customer reserve at the 24 V control power circuit
See table below "Short-circuit stability current"
kW
A
A
A
050
060
070
080
090
161
96.8
0.82
22.8
27.6
35.4
39.0
163
97.9
0.82
25.6
29.4
38.7
42.6
172
104.1
0.83
29.4
33.0
43.5
47.8
185
112.3
0.82
33.2
36.2
48.1
53.0
228
137.4
0.84
37.4
42.4
55.0
60.6
* Maximum instantaneous start-up current at operating limit values (maximum operating current of the smallest compressor(s) + locked rotor current or limited start-up current of the largest compressor).
** Maximum power input at the unit operating limits.
*** Values obtained at the following conditions: evaporator entering/leaving water temperature 12 °C/7 °C, condenser entering/leaving water temperature 45 °C.
**** Maximum unit operating current at maximum unit power input and 400 V.
† Maximum unit operating current at maximum unit power input and 360 V.
Short-circuit stability current (TN system*) - standard unit (with main disconnect switch)
61WG/30WG/30WGA
020
025
Value with non-specified upstream protection
Short-term current at 1 s - Icw - kA rms
3
3
Admissible peak current - Ipk - kA pk
6
6
Maximum value with upstream protection (by circuit breaker)
Conditional short-circuit current Icc - kA rms
40
40
Schneider circuit breaker - Compact series
NSX 100N
Reference number**
LV429795
030
035
040
045
050
060
070
080
090
3
6
3
6
3
6
3
6
3
6
3
6
3
6
3
6
3
6
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
* Earthing system type
** If another current limitation protection system is used, its time-current and thermal constraint (I²t) trip characteristics must be at least equivalent to those of the recommended Schneider circuit breaker.
Contact your nearest Carrier office.
The short-circuit stability current values above are in accordance with the TN system.
30WG
Value with non-specified upstream protection
Short-term current at 1 s - Icw - kA rms
Admissible peak current - Ipk - kA pk
Maximum value with upstream protection (by circuit breaker)
Conditional short-circuit current Icc - kA rms
Schneider circuit breaker - Compact series
Reference number**
110
120
140
150
170
190
5,5
20
5,5
20
5,5
20
5,5
20
5,5
20
5,5
20
154
NSX 100N
LV429795
154
154
154
154
154
* Earthing system type
** If another current limitation protection system is used, its time-current and thermal constraint (I²t) trip characteristics must be at least equivalent to those of the recommended Schneider circuit breaker.
Contact your nearest Carrier office.
The short-circuit stability current values above are in accordance with the TN system.
18
Part load performances
With the rapid increase in energy costs and the care about
environmental impacts of electricity production, power
consumption of air conditioning equipment has become an
important topic. The energy efficiency of a unit at full load is
rarely representative of the actual performance of the units, as
on average a unit works less than 5% of the time at full load.
IPLV (in accordance with AHRI 550/590)
The IPLV (integrated part load value) allows evaluation of
the average energy efficiency based on four operating
conditions defined by the AHRI (Air Conditioning, Heating
and Refrigeration Institute). The IPLV is the average
weighted value of the cooling coefficient of performence
(COPc) at different operating conditions, weighted by the
operating time.
IPLV (integrated part load value)
Load %
Condenser entering
Energy efficiency
Operating
water temperature, °C
time, %
100
29.4
COPc₁
1
42
75
23.9
COPc2
45
50
18.3
COPc3
12
25
18.3
COPc4
IPLV = COPc1 x 1% + COPc2 x 42% + COPc3 x 45% + COPc4 x 12%
Note: Constant leaving water temperature: 6.67 °C
The heat load of a building depends on many factors, such
as the outside air temperature, the exposure to the sun and
its occupation.
Consequently it is preferable to use the average energy
efficiency, calculated at several operating points that are
representative for the unit utilisation.
ESEER (in accordance with EUROVENT)
The ESEER (European seasonal energy efficiency ratio)
permits evaluation of the average energy efficiency at part
load, based on four operating conditions defined by
Eurovent. The ESEER is the average value of energy
efficiency ratios (EER) at different operating conditions,
weighted by the operating time.
ESEER (European seasonal energy efficiency ratio)
Load
Condenser entering
Energy
Operating
%
water temperature, °C
efficiency
time, %
3
100
30
EER1
33
75
26
EER2
41
50
22
EER3
23
25
18
EER4
ESEER = EER1 x 3% + EER2 x 33% + EER3 x 41% + EER4 x 23%
Note: Constant leaving water temperature: 7 °C
SCOP (In accordance with standard EN14825:2013,
average climate)
SCOP (In accordance with standard EN14825:2013, average
climate)
The SCOP (Seasonal Coefficient of Performance) permit
evaluation of the average energy efficienty at part load, based on
multipoint conditions (16°C to -10°C for average climate) and
number of hours occurring at each air temperature (Bin hours).
To be able to compare the energy efficiency of boilers using a
primary energy source (gas or fuel) with heat pumps using a
final energy source (electricity), the seasonal efficiency criteria
used by the Ecodesign regulations is known as Ƞs it is based on
the use of primary energy sources and expressed in %
19
Sound spectrum
61WG/30WG/30WGA units with hydronic module (options 116T-116V-270T-270V*)
61WG/30WG/30WGA - standard unit
Octave bands, Hz
125
250
500
1k
020 dB
60.1
52.8
51.6
63.2
025 dB
63.9
56.3
55.7
63.2
030 dB
61.1
58.8
57.6
64.0
035 dB
64.1
59.2
59.0
63.9
040 dB
58.6
59.7
58.4
66.7
045 dB
56.9
56.1
56.8
66.2
050 dB
47.2
59.6
64.6
67.9
060 dB
43.2
60.9
65.2
67.5
070 dB
46.3
61.4
66.8
67.4
080 dB
40.1
61.2
65.4
69.6
090 dB
50.6
64.1
63.9
69.2
110 dB
83
73
71
70
120 dB
84
74
72
71
140 dB
80
75
71
74
150 dB
78
74
71
70
170 dB
79
75
72
71
190 dB
82
76
75
74
2k
60.8
59.8
62.6
61.2
63.6
64.8
65.7
67.2
65.9
67.6
68.9
68
69
72
71
72
71
4k
56.5
58.2
59.9
57.8
58.5
62.1
56.3
56.7
54.8
54.8
58.4
65
66
65
65
66
66
Sound power
level
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
67.0
68.5
69.0
69.3
70.0
70.1
71.5
72.0
72.0
73.0
73.4
75,5
76,5
77,8
76,0
77,0
78,4
61WG/30WG/30WGA - Unit with low-noise option (option 257)
Octave bands, Hz
Sound power
level
125
250
500
1k
2k
4k
020 dB
58.7
57.9
49.8
60.3
57.2
51.2
dB(A)
65.0
025 dB
58.2
57.4
55.2
61.6
57.5
54.2
dB(A)
65.8
030 dB
58.2
57.4
55.5
60.8
58.7
54.3
dB(A)
65.8
035 dB
58.2
57.4
58.5
62.2
58.8
53.8
dB(A)
66.6
040 dB
63.9
58.2
56.4
63.6
59.8
53.0
dB(A)
68.4
045 dB
58.2
57.4
56.3
64.6
62.5
58.0
dB(A)
68.4
050 dB
47.5
57.4
61.0
65.4
61.8
50.7
dB(A)
68.4
060 dB
43.2
58.5
61.3
64.7
63.1
50.9
dB(A)
68.6
070 dB
46.6
59.4
63.3
65.0
62.2
49.3
dB(A)
69.0
080 dB
39.4
58.1
60.9
66.1
62.8
48.2
dB(A)
69.0
090 dB
50.4
61.5
59.8
66.2
64.6
52.3
dB(A)
69.9
110 dB
80
70
68
67
65
62
dB(A)
72,5
120 dB
81
71
69
68
66
63
dB(A)
73,5
140 dB
77
72
68
71
69
62
dB(A)
74,8
150 dB
75
71
68
67
68
62
dB(A)
73,0
170 dB
76
72
69
68
69
63
dB(A)
74,0
190 dB
79
73
72
71
68
63
dB(A)
75,4
61WG/30WG/30WGA units with hydronic module (options 116T-116V-270T-270V*)
61WG/30WG/30WGA - Unit with hydronic module option
Octave bands, Hz
125
250
500
1k
2k
4k
020 dB
61.1
70.2
67.9
68.3
67.5
60.3
025 dB
61.0
69.8
67.7
68.8
67.5
62.4
030 dB
60.8
69.8
67.7
68.4
68.2
62.4
035 dB
60.8
69.6
67.7
68.9
68.0
61.8
040 dB
60.5
69.6
67.5
69.2
68.1
60.7
045 dB
62.4
70.4
68.3
71.2
71.2
66.1
050 dB
53.6
71.2
71.6
71.1
69.0
59.1
060 dB
53.3
71.2
71.6
70.7
69.6
59.2
070 dB
54.4
72.0
72.7
72.2
70.5
59.6
080 dB
54.0
72.0
72.5
72.5
70.6
58.5
090 dB
54.1
71.0
71.5
72.7
71.9
62.1
110 dB
84
74
72
71
69
66
120 dB
85
75
73
72
70
67
140 dB
81
76
72
75
73
66
150 dB
79
75
72
71
72
66
170 dB
80
76
73
72
73
67
190 dB
83
77
76
75
72
67
* Option numbers
257
Low sound level (up to 3 dB(A) lower than standard unit)
116T Single low-pressure hydronic module, evaporator
116V Single high-pressure hydronic module, evaporator
20
Sound power
level
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
75.0
75.0
75.0
75.0
75.0
77.0
77.0
77.0
78.0
78.0
78.0
77
77,5
78,8
77,0
78,0
79,4
61WG/30WG/30WGA - Unit with hydronic module option and option 257*
Octave bands, Hz
Sound power
level
125
250
500
1k
2k
4k
020 dB
61.6
70.5
67.1
65.9
64.6
56.9
dB(A)
74.0
025 dB
61.6
70.2
67.0
66.5
64.7
59.1
dB(A)
74.0
030 dB
61.4
70.2
67.0
66.1
65.4
59.1
dB(A)
74.0
035 dB
61.4
70.0
67.0
66.6
65.2
58.5
dB(A)
74.0
040 dB
61.1
70.0
66.8
66.9
65.3
57.4
dB(A)
74.0
045 dB
62.4
70.2
67.0
68.3
67.8
62.2
dB(A)
75.0
050 dB
55.1
70.7
70.5
70.3
67.2
56.3
dB(A)
76.0
060 dB
54.8
70.7
70.5
69.9
67.8
56.4
dB(A)
76.0
070 dB
54.8
70.4
70.5
70.3
67.6
55.7
dB(A)
76.0
080 dB
54.4
70.4
70.3
70.6
67.7
54.6
dB(A)
76.0
090 dB
55.7
70.6
70.5
72.0
70.2
59.4
dB(A)
77.0
110 dB
82
72
70
69
67
64
dB(A)
74,5
120 dB
83
73
71
70
68
65
dB(A)
75,5
140 dB
79
74
70
73
71
64
dB(A)
76,8
150 dB
77
73
70
69
70
64
dB(A)
75,0
170 dB
78
74
71
70
71
65
dB(A)
76,0
190 dB
81
75
74
73
70
65
dB(A)
77,4
270T
270V
Single low-pressure hydronic module, condenser
Single high-pressure hydronic module, condenser
61WG/30WG/30WGA units very low noise option (option 258*)
61WG/30WG/30WGA - standard unit with Option 258*
Octave bands, Hz
125
250
500
1k
2k
4k
020 dB
54
56
49
57
47
44
025 dB
57
59
53
55
46
46
030 dB
56
60
55
55
49
48
035 dB
57
59
56
55
47
46
040 dB
55
60
55
60
50
47
045 dB
53
59
54
60
51
50
050 dB
43
59
62
62
52
44
060 dB
39
60
62
61
53
45
070 dB
42
60
62
61
52
43
080 dB
36
60
62
64
54
43
090 dB
47
62
61
63
55
46
Sound power
level
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
61.2
62.4
63.4
63.2
64.4
63.9
66.2
66.1
66.1
67.3
67.2
61WG/30WG/30WGA - Unit with very low-noise option (option 257 + 258*)
Octave bands, Hz
Sound power
level
125
250
500
1k
2k
4k
020
025
030
035
040
045
050
060
070
080
090
dB
dB
dB
dB
dB
dB
dB
dB
dB
dB
dB
54
56
55
56
53
51
41
37
40
34
45
55
57
59
58
59
58
58
59
59
59
61
47
51
53
55
53
52
60
60
61
60
59
56
56
54
55
60
59
61
60
60
63
62
46
45
48
46
49
50
51
52
51
53
54
45
47
49
47
48
51
45
46
44
44
47
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
60.4
61.8
62.3
62.4
63.7
62.9
64.9
64.8
65.1
66.0
66.0
61WG/30WG/30WGA units with hydronic module (options 116T-116V-270T-270V*)
61WG/30WG/30WGA - Unit with hydronic module option and option 258*
Octave bands, Hz
Sound power
level
125
250
500
1k
2k
4k
020 dB
54
65
63
60
61
59
dB(A)
69.3
025 dB
54
65
63
61
61
61
dB(A)
69.6
030 dB
54
65
63
60
61
61
dB(A)
69.5
035 dB
54
65
63
61
61
61
dB(A)
69.6
040 dB
54
65
63
61
61
60
dB(A)
69.5
045 dB
55
65
63
63
64
65
dB(A)
71.2
050 dB
47
66
67
63
62
58
dB(A)
71.2
060 dB
46
66
67
63
63
58
dB(A)
71.4
070 dB
47
67
68
64
64
59
dB(A)
72.4
080 dB
47
67
67
65
64
57
dB(A)
72.1
090 dB
47
66
67
65
65
61
dB(A)
72.2
* Option numbers
257
Low sound level (up to 3 dB(A) lower than standard unit)
116T Single low-pressure hydronic module, evaporator
116V Single high-pressure hydronic module, evaporator
258 Ve r y l o w n o i s e ( u p t o 6 d B ( A ) l o w e r t h a n s t a n d a r d u n i t )
(C-s2,d0 compliant to Fire certification EN 13-501)
61WG/30WG/30WGA - Unit with hydronic module option and option 257 + 258*
Octave bands, Hz
Sound power
level
125
250
500
1k
2k
4k
020 dB
53
64
62
59
60
58
dB(A)
68.3
025 dB
53
64
62
60
60
60
dB(A)
68.6
030 dB
53
64
62
59
60
60
dB(A)
68.5
035 dB
53
64
62
60
60
60
dB(A)
68.6
040 dB
53
64
62
60
60
59
dB(A)
68.5
045 dB
54
64
62
62
63
64
dB(A)
70.2
050 dB
46
65
66
62
61
57
dB(A)
70.2
060 dB
45
65
66
62
62
57
dB(A)
70.4
070 dB
46
66
67
63
63
58
dB(A)
71.4
080 dB
46
66
66
64
63
56
dB(A)
71.1
090 dB
46
65
66
64
64
60
dB(A)
71.2
270T
270V
Single low-pressure hydronic module, condenser
Single high-pressure hydronic module, condenser
21
Operating limits, 61WG
61WG
Evaporator
Entering water temperature at start-up
Leaving water temperature during operation
Entering/leaving water temperature difference
Condenser
Entering water temperature at start-up
Leaving water temperature during operation
Entering/leaving water temperature difference
Operating limits, 30WG
Minimum
Maximum
°C
°C
K
7.5*
5**
2.5
27
20
7
°C
°C
K
15***
20
2.5
60****
65
18
Minimum
Maximum
-2.5*
-5*
2.5
25
20
5
15**
20
2.5
60***
65
18
* For entering water temperatures below 7.5 °C at start-up, contact Carrier.
** If the leaving water temperature is below 5 °C, a frost protection solution must be used. Please
refer to option 6 for evaporator leaving water low-temperature applications (< 5 °C).
*** For applications with a condenser entering temperature below 15 °C the use of a three-way
valve is recommended. This three-way valve can be controlled by the 0-10 V analogue output
of the Pro-Dialog+ control.
**** For a water flow rate that corresponds to a maximum water-side temperature difference of 5 K.
61WG + option 272 (geothermal application)
Evaporator
Entering water temperature at start-up
°C
Leaving water temperature during operation
°C
Entering/leaving water temperature difference K
Condenser
Entering water temperature at start-up
°C
Leaving water temperature during operation
°C
Entering/leaving water temperature difference K
* A frost protection solution must be used.
** For applications with a condenser entering temperature below 15 °C the use of a three-way
valve is recommended. This three-way valve can be controlled by the 0-10 V analogue output
of the Pro-Dialog+ control.
*** For a water flow rate that corresponds to a maximum water-side temperature difference of 5 K.
Condenser leaving water temperature, °C
Operating range, 61WG
65
60
55
50
45
40
35
30
25
20
15
Option 272
-8
-6
-4
-2
0
2
6
8
10
12
14
16
30WG 20-90/150-190 + option 6
Evaporator
Entering water temperature at start-up
Leaving water temperature during operation
Entering/leaving water temperature difference
Condenser
Entering water temperature at start-up
Leaving water temperature during operation
Entering/leaving water temperature difference
°C
°C
K
7.5*
5**
2.5
27
20
7
°C
°C
K
15***
20
2.5
55****
60
18
Minimum
Maximum
°C
°C
K
-9.5*
-12*
2.5
27
20
5
°C
°C
K
15**
20
2.5
55***
60
18
Note: Do not exceed the maximum operating temperature.
* A frost protection solution must be used.
** For applications with a condenser entering temperature below 15 °C the use of a three-way
valve is recommended. This three-way valve can be controlled by the 0-10 V analogue output
of the TouchPilot Junior control.
*** For a water flow rate that corresponds to a maximum water-side temperature difference of 5 K.
18
20
27
20
7
40-45****
40-45****
Operating range, 30WG
61WG standard unit
61WG unit with option 272 (brine to water)
Option 272: Condenser-side high-temperature water production, with glycol solution on
the evaporator side
65
60
55
50
45
40
Option 6
Standard
35
30
25
20
15
-14 -12 -10 -8 -6 -4 -2
0
2
4
6
8 10 12 14 16 18 20
Evaporator leaving water temperature, °C
30WG standard unit
30WG unit with option 6 (brine)
Option 6: Very low-temperature glycol solution
22
Maximum
* For entering water temperatures below 7.5 °C at start-up, contact Carrier.
** If the leaving water temperature is below 5 °C, a frost protection solution must be used. Please
refer to option 6 for evaporator leaving water low-temperature applications (< 5 °C).
*** The minimum entering air temperature is based on the drycooler selection.
**** The maximum entering air temperature is based on the drycooler selection.
† For applications with a low condenser entering air temperature the use of a three-way valve is
recommended. This thre-way valve can be controlled by the 0-10 V analogue output of the
TouchPilot Junior control.
Condenser leaving water temperature, °C
Maximum
* For entering water temperatures below 7.5 °C at start-up, contact Carrier.
** If the leaving water temperature is below 5 °C, a frost protection solution must be used. Please
refer to option 6 for evaporator leaving water low-temperature applications (< 5 °C).
*** For applications with a condenser entering temperature below 15 °C the use of a three-way
valve is recommended. This three-way valve can be controlled by the 0-10 V analogue output
of the TouchPilot Junior control.
**** For a water flow rate that corresponds to a maximum water-side temperature difference of 5 K.
Standard
4
Minimum
30WG + drycooler
Minimum
Evaporator
Entering water temperature at start-up
°C
7.5*
Leaving water temperature during operation
°C
5**
Entering/leaving water temperature difference K
2.5
Condenser without hydronic kit
Entering air temperature at start-up + during
°C
10-15***
operation
Condenser with option 270V (kit with variable-speed pump)
Entering air temperature at start-up+ during
°C
-10†
operation
Evaporator leaving water temperature, °C
30WG
Evaporator
Entering water temperature at start-up
Leaving water temperature during operation
Entering/leaving water temperature difference
Condenser
Entering water temperature at start-up
Leaving water temperature during operation
Entering/leaving water temperature difference
Operating limits, 30WGA
Water loop volume
30WGA
Minimum Maximum
Evaporator
Entering water temperature at start-up
°C 7.5*
27
Leaving water temperature during operation
°C 5**
20
Entering/leaving water temperature difference K
2,5
7
Air entering temperature (at start-up and during operation)***
Air entering temperature (fixed-speed fan)
°C 0***
35 to 48‡
Air entering temperature (variable-speed fan) °C -10 to -20† 35 to 48‡
* For entering water temperatures below 7.5 °C at start-up, contact Carrier.
** 30WGA unit can operate down to 0 °C if the configuration of the fluid type used is modified. If
the leaving water temperature is below 5 °C, a frost protection solution must be used.
*** The minimum temperature range is based on the condenser selected. If the condenser only
has a few fan stages, the use of variable-speed fans is recommended from 10 °C.
† The minimum temperature range is based on the condenser selected.
‡ The maximum temperature range is based on the condenser selected.
Operating range, 30WGA
QQ Minimum volume
A minimum water volume is required for correct unit
operation. The minimum water loop volume can be
calculated in accordance with the following formula:
Volume = CAP(kW) x N* = litres, where CAP is the cooling
capacity at nominal operating conditions.
Air conditioning application
61WG/30WG/30WGA 020-090
N*
2.5
Minimum water loop volume (evaporator and condenser side)
30WG
Pure water
size
l
110
269
120
323
140
366
150
192
170
231
190
261
The water volume in the condenser loop has no impact on
the operation of the unit.
65
Condensing temperatre, °C
Evaporator and condenser
60
55
Note: In the heat pump mode (unit control based on the
hot-water temperature) the minimum volume of the
condenser loop must be cal­culated the same way as for the
evaporator loop, replacing the cooling capacity with the
heating capacity.
50
45
Medium
temperature
application
40
35
Standard
30
25
20
-2
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
Evaporator leaving water temperature, °C
30WGA standard unit
30WGA unit for medium temperature application (% glycol < 25%)
18
20
QQ Industrial process cooling
Certain industrial process applications may require high
stability of the leaving water temperature levels. In this case
the values above must be increased.
QQ Maximum volume
Units with hydronic module incorporate an expansion tank
sized for the maximum water loop volume.
The table below gives the maximum water loop volume (in
litres) for pure water or ethylene glycol with various
concentrations.
61WG/30WG/30WGA
Static pressure
Pure water
10% ethylene glycol
20% ethylene glycol
35% ethylene glycol
kPa
bar
l
l
l
l
020-045
100
200
1
2
220
450
165
110
100
70
85
55
300
3
75
53
35
30
060-090
100
200
1
2
340
225
255
170
150
100
130
85
300
3
115
85
50
45
Maximum water loop volume (evaporator and condenser side)
30WG
Static pressure
Pure water
10% ethylene glycol
20% ethylene glycol
35% ethylene glycol
kPa
bar
l
l
l
l
110-140
150
200
1,5
2
894
655
678
498
561
412
483
354
150
1,5
1376
1045
864
744
150-190
200
200
2
2
918
225
697
170
576
100
496
85
300
3
115
85
50
45
23
Water flow rates
Standard 61WG
61WG Evaporator water flow rate, l/s
Minimum*
Minimum**
Low
High
pressure pressure
020
1.0
0.9
0.5
025
1.0
1.0
0.5
030
1.0
1.0
0.5
035
1.1
1.1
0.6
040
1.2
1.1
0.6
045
1.2
1.1
0.8
050
1.6
1.4
0.8
060
1.5
1.6
1.0
070
1.6
1.5
1.1
080
1.6
1.5
1.3
090
2.0
1.6
1.5
Standard 30WG/30WGA
Maximum***
Low
High
pressure pressure
3.1
3.6
3.3
3.8
3.3
3.8
3.6
4.2
3.8
4.4
4.0
4.6
5.4
7.8
6.1
8.0
6.2
8.1
6.3
8.3
7.8
8.7
Maximum****
3.8
4.1
4.1
4.7
5.0
5.4
9.2
9.9
10.3
10.9
12.5
* Units with hydronic module
Flow rate for a maximum permitted temperature difference at the minimum leaving water
temperature
** Units without hydronic module
Flow rate for a maximum permitted temperature difference at the minimum leaving water
temperature
*** Units with hydronic module
Maximum flow rate for an available pressure of 20 kPa (unit with low-pressure hydronic module)
or 50 kPa (unit with high-pressure hydronic module)
**** Units without hydronic module
Maximum flow rate for a pressure drop of 100 kPa in the plate heat exchanger.
61WG Condenser water flow rate, l/s
Minimum*
Maximum**
Low pressure
020
0.3
3.1
025
0.3
3.3
030
0.3
3.3
035
0.4
3.5
040
0.4
3.7
045
0.4
3.9
050
0.4
4.8
060
0.5
5.5
070
0.5
5.6
080
0.6
5.8
090
0.6
7.2
High pressure
3.5
3.8
3.8
4.1
4.3
4.5
6.8
7.0
7.2
7.4
7.9
Maximum***
3.8
4.1
4.1
4.7
5.0
5.4
7.0
7.5
7.8
8.2
9.3
* Units with or without hydronic module
Minimum flow rate for a water temperature difference of 18 K Note: Operation permitted up to a value of 20 K.
** Units with hydronic module
Maximum flow rate for an available pressure of 20 kPa (unit with low-pressure hydronic module)
or 50 kPa (unit with high-pressure hydronic module)
*** Units without hydronic module
Maximum flow rate for a pressure drop of 100 kPa in the plate heat exchanger
61WG with option 272
61WG Minimum evaporator glycol solution flow rate - option 272*, l/s
Minimum**
Minimum***
Low pressure
High pressure
020
0.5
0.5
0.5
025
0.5
0.5
0.5
030
0.5
0.5
0.5
035
0.6
0.6
0.6
040
0.6
0.6
0.6
045
0.8
0.8
0.8
050
2.0
1.9
0.8
060
1.9
1.9
1.0
070
1.9
1.9
1.1
080
1.9
2.0
1.3
090
2.2
2.0
1.5
* Option 272: Condenser side high-temperature water production, evaporator side with glycol
solution,
** Units with hydronic module
Minimum flow rate for a maximum permitted temperature difference at the minimum leaving
water temperature
*** Units without hydronic module
Minimum flow rate for a maximum permitted temperature difference at the minimum leaving
water temperature
24
30WG Evaporator water flow rate, l/s
30WGA Minimum*
Minimum**
Low
High
pressure pressure
020
1.0
0.9
0.5
025
1.0
1.0
0.5
030
1.0
1.0
0.5
035
1.1
1.1
0.6
040
1.1
1.1
0.6
045
1.2
1.1
0.8
050
1.6
1.4
0.8
060
1.5
1.6
1.0
070
1.6
1.5
1.1
080
1.6
1.5
1.3
090
2.0
1.6
1.5
110
2
1,25
0,8
120
2
1,25
0,9
140
2
1,25
1
150
2
1,25
0,8
170
2
1,25
0,9
190
2
1,25
1
Maximum***
Low
High
pressure pressure
3.1
3.6
3.3
3.8
3.3
3.8
3.6
4.2
3.8
4.4
4.0
4.6
5.4
7.8
6.1
8.0
6.2
8.1
6.3
8.3
7.8
8.7
7,5
11,8
7,6
12,5
8,6
12,8
8,6
12,5
13,6
13,1
14,0
13,3
30WG Condenser water flow rate, l/s
Minimum*
Maximum**
Low pressure
020
0.3
3.1
025
0.3
3.3
030
0.3
3.3
035
0.4
3.5
040
0.4
3.7
045
0.4
3.9
050
0.4
4.8
060
0.5
5.5
070
0.5
5.6
080
0.6
5.8
090
0.6
7.2
110
0,5
11,4
120
0,5
12,5
140
0,6
13,2
150
0,5
12,6
170
0,5
13,6
190
0,6
14,0
High pressure
3.5
3.8
3.8
4.1
4.3
4.5
6.8
7.0
7.2
7.4
7.9
11,7
12,4
12,9
13,8
14,4
14,7
Maximum†
3.8
4.1
4.1
4.7
5
5.4
9.2
9.9
10.3
10.9
12.5
14,4
16,7
18,3
16,1
18,3
20,3
* Units with hydronic module
Flow rate for a maximum permitted temperature difference at the minimum leaving water
temperature
** Units without hydronic module
Flow rate for a maximum permitted temperature difference at the minimum leaving water
temperature
*** Units with hydronic module
Maximum flow rate for an available pressure of 20 kPa (unit with low-pressure hydronic module)
or 50 kPa (unit with high-pressure hydronic module)
† Units without hydronic module
Maximum flow rate for a pressure drop of 100 kPa in the plate heat exchanger.
Maximum***
3.8
4.1
4.1
4.7
5.0
5.4
7.0
7.5
7.8
8.2
9.3
13,1
15,0
16,7
16,4
18,9
20,6
* Units with or without hydronic module
Minimum flow rate for a water temperature difference of 18 K Note: Operation permitted up to a value of 20 K.
** Units with hydronic module
Maximum flow rate for an available pressure of 20 kPa (unit with low-pressure hydronic module)
or 50 kPa (unit with high-pressure hydronic module)
*** Units without hydronic module
Maximum flow rate for a pressure drop of 100 kPa in the plate heat exchanger
30WG with option 6
30WG Minimum evaporator glycol solution flow rate - option 6*, l/s
Minimum**
Minimum***
Low pressure
High pressure
020
1.4
1.3
0.5
025
1.5
1.3
0.5
030
1.5
1.3
0.5
035
1.6
1.5
0.6
040
1.7
1.5
0.6
045
1.8
1.5
0.8
050
2.5
2.2
0.8
060
2.2
2.3
1.0
070
2.2
2.4
1.1
080
2.3
2.4
1.3
090
2.5
2.5
1.5
110
2
1,4
1,5
120
2
1,4
1,5
140
2
1,4
1,5
150
2
1,4
1,5
170
2
1,4
1,5
190
2
1,4
1,5
* Option 6: Glycol solution production, very low temperature
** Units with hydronic module
Minimum flow rate for a maximum permitted temperature difference at the minimum leaving
water temperature
*** Units without hydronic module
Minimum flow rate for a maximum permitted temperature difference at the minimum leaving
water temperature
Plate heat exchanger pressure drop (includes internal piping)
Evaporator - standard unit without hydronic module - Water only
61WG/30WG/30WGA 050-090
150
140
130
120
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0.0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 6.5 7.0 7.5 8.0
Pressure drop, kPa
Pressure drop, kPa
61WG/30WG/30WGA 020-045
180
170
160
150
140
130
120
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
-10
Water flow rate, l/s
1
2
3
4
5
0
61WG/30WG/30WGA 020
61WG/30WG/30WGA 025 to 61WG/30WG/30WGA 030
61WG/30WG/30WGA 035
61WG/30WG/30WGA 040
61WG/30WG/30WGA 045
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Water flow rate, l/s
6 61WG/30WG/30WGA 050
7 61WG/30WG/30WGA 060
8 61WG/30WG/30WGA 070
9 61WG/30WG/30WGA 080
10 61WG/30WG/30WGA 090
Pressure drop, kPa
30WG 110-190
180
170
160
150
140
130
120
110
150
100
140
90
130
80
70
120
60
110
50
40
100
30
90
20
80
10
0
70
60 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
50
Water flow rate, l/s
40
1 30WG 110
30
2 30WG 120
20 3 30WG 140
10 4 30WG 150
0 5 30WG 170
0.0
0.5 1.0
6 30WG
1901.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 6.5 7.0 7.5 8.0
1
2
4
3
5
6
180
170
160
150
140
130
120
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
25
Condenser - standard unit without hydronic module - Water only
61WG/30WG 050-090
150
140
130
120
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0.0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 6.5 7.0 7.5 8.0
Pressure drop, kPa
Pressure drop, kPa
61WG/30WG 020-045
Water flow rate, l/s
1
2
3
4
5
61WG/30WG 020
61WG/30WG 025 to 030
61WG/30WG 035
61WG/30WG 040
61WG/30WG 045
Pressure drop, kPa
180
170
160
150
140
130
120
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
1
2
3
5
6
1
2
1 30WG 110
2 30WG 120
3 30WG 140
26
3
4
5
0
1
2
3
6 61WG/30WG 050
7 61WG/30WG 060
8 61WG/30WG 070
9 61WG/30WG 080
10 61WG/30WG 090
30WG 110-190
0
180
170
160
150
140
130
120
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
6
7
8
9
10
Water flow rate, l/s
11
12
4 30WG 150
5 30WG 170
6 30WG 190
13
14
15
16
4
4
5
6
7
8
Water flow rate, l/s
9
10
11
12
13
8
Data applicable for:
- Fresh water (without antifreeze) 20 °C
- In case of use of the glycol, the maximum water flow is reduced
- The curves represented below are in normal conditions: leaving water on the back side of the unit (without option 274).
160
Evaporator
210
80 0.0
70
60
50
0.5
190
020-045
1.0
1.5
61WG/30WG/30WGA
050-090
170
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
4.5
5.0
150
210
130
190
110
170
90
150
70
130
50
110
Pressure head, kPa
Pressure head, kPa
150
140
61WG/30WG/30WGA
130
120
160
110
150
100
140
90
130
80
120
70
110
60
100
50
90
90
0
1
2
0
1
2
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
4.5
50
5.0
4
5
6
7
8
9
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
6
7
8
6
7
8
Water flow rate, l/s
Water flow rate, l/s
1
2
3
4
5
3
70
0.0
6 61WG/30WG/30WGA 050
7 61WG/30WG/30WGA 060
8 61WG/30WG/30WGA 070
9 61WG/30WG/30WGA 080
10 61WG/30WG/30WGA 090
61WG/30WG/30WGA 020
61WG/30WG/30WGA 025 to 030
61WG/30WG/30WGA 035
61WG/30WG/30WGA 040
61WG/30WG/30WGA 045
Condenser
61WG/30WG 020-045
160
150
140
160
130
150
120
140
110
130
100
120
90
110
80
100
70
90
60
80
50
70
61WG/30WG 050-090
210
Pressure head, kPa
Pressure head, kPa
9
Available external static pressure, units with hydronic module
(variable-speed high-pressure pumps)
190
170
210
150
190
130
170
110
150
90
130
70
110
60 0.0
50
0.0
1
2
3
4
5
0.5
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
rate, l/s
1.0 Water
1.5 flow2.0
2.5
61WG-30WG 020
61WG-30WG 025 to 030
61WG-30WG 035
61WG-30WG 040
61WG-30WG 045
3.0
3.0
3.5
3.5
4.0
4.5
4.0
4.5
50
90
70 0
50
0
1
2
1
2
6 61WG-30WG 050
7 61WG-30WG 060
8 61WG-30WG 070
9 61WG-30WG 080
10 61WG-30WG 090
3
4
5
Water flow rate, l/s
3
4
5
27
Available external static pressure, units with hydronic module
(fixed-speed low-pressure pumps)
Data applicable for:
- Fresh water 20 °C
- In case of use of the glycol, the maximum water flow is reduced
- The curves represented below are in normal conditions: leaving water on the back side of the unit (without option 274).
Evaporator
61WG/30WG/30WGA 050-090
Pressure head, kPa
Pressure head, kPa
61WG/30WG/30WGA 020-045
Water flow rate, l/s
Water flow rate, l/s
1
2
3
4
5
61WG/30WG/30WGA 020
61WG/30WG/30WGA 025 to 030
61WG/30WG/30WGA 035
61WG/30WG/30WGA 040
61WG/30WG/30WGA 045
6 61WG/30WG/30WGA 050 7 61WG/30WG/30WGA 060
8 61WG/30WG/30WGA 070
9 61WG/30WG/30WGA 080
10 61WG/30WG/30WGA 090
Condenser
Pressure head, kPa
Water flow rate, l/s
1
2
3
4
5
28
61WG/30WG 050-090
Pressure head, kPa
61WG/30WG 020-045
61WG/30WG 020
61WG/30WG 025 to 030
61WG/30WG 035
61WG/30WG 040
61WG/30WG 045
Water flow rate, l/s
6 61WG/30WG 050
7 61WG/30WG 060
8 61WG/30WG 070
9 61WG/30WG 080
10 61WG/30WG 090
Available external pressure, units with hydronic module
(fixed-speed low-pressure single pumps)
Evaporator 30WG
Condenser 30WG
Sizes 110-190
Sizes 110-190
190
140
180
130
160
Pressure drop, kPa
Pressure drop, kPa
170
150
140
130
120
110
100
90
120
110
100
90
80
70
80
70
60
60
50
0
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
2
3
30WG 110
30WG 120
30WG 140
30WG 150
30WG 170
30WG 190
4
5
6
1
2
7
8
Water flow rate, l/s
3
4
9
10
11
5
12
6
50
13
0
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Water flow rate, l/s
9 1 10 2 11
3
12
4
5
13
6
30WG 110
30WG 120
30WG 140
30WG 150
30WG 170
30WG 190
29
Available external pressure, units with hydronic module
(variable-speed high-pressure double pumps)
Evaporator 30WG
Condenser 30WG
Sizes 110-190
Sizes 110-190
240
240
230
230
220
220
210
200
Pressure drop, kPa
Pressure drop, kPa
210
190
180
170
160
150
140
130
120
190
180
170
160
150
140
130
120
110
110
100
6
90
80
200
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
3
10
1
2
5
11
100
6
90
5
80
12
0
4
1
2
3
4
Water flow rate, l/s
1
2
3
4
5
6
5
6
7
8
9
Water flow rate, l/s
1
2
3
4
5
6
30WG 110
30WG 120
30WG 140
30WG 150
30WG 170
30WG 190
10
1
2
11
3
12
4
30WG 110
30WG 120
30WG 140
30WG 150
30WG 170
30WG 190
Available external pressure, units with hydronic module
(variable-speed high-pressure single pumps)
Evaporator 30WG
Condenser 30WG
Sizes 110-190
Sizes 110-190
200
220
190
210
Pressure drop, kPa
Pressure drop, kPa
180
170
160
150
140
130
120
110
100
190
180
170
6
160
5
150
4
140
3
130
90
2
120
80
6
70
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Water flow rate, l/s
1
2
3
4
5
6
30
200
30WG 110
30WG 120
30WG 140
30WG 150
30WG 170
30WG 190
9
10
1
11
2
12
3
5
13
1
110
0
1
2
3
4
5
Water flow rate, l/s
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
30WG 110
30WG 120
30WG 140
30WG 150
30WG 170
30WG 190
6
7
8
9
Dimensions/clearances
61WG/30WG 020-045 - standard unit
160
237
5
2
Only for option 70F
470
470
901
1
3
153
153
2
625
161
237
600
1044
1
1058
900
700
700
4
3
700
4
4
4
61WG/30WG 020-045 - unit with top connections (option 274)
938
901
700
4
600
1044
900
86
Legend:
All dimensions are in mm.
700
Evaporator
Condenser
1
4
Safety valve
Clearances required for maintenance (see note)
Control box
Water inlet
Water outlet
Power wiring connection
143
700
4
4
105
2
104
105
700
4
NOTE: Non-contractual drawings. Refer to the certified dimensional drawings
available on request, when designing an installation.
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61WG/30WG 020-045 - unit with evaporator hydronic module (option 116)
Only for option 70F
379
5
2
161 237
3
153
153
470
704
868
1463
1
2
625
1
600
1044
1058
900
700
700
4
3
700
4
4
4
61WG/30WG 020-045 - unit with condenser hydronic module (option 270)
142
2
1
470
161
153
623
398
2
398
1
61WG/30WG 020-045 - unit with evaporator/condenser hydronic modules (options 116 + 270)
142 237
2
1
Evaporator
Condenser
Safety valve
Clearances required for maintenance (see note)
161
Water outlet
Power wiring connection
153
398
Control box
Water inlet
1
623
1021
2
32
Legend:
All dimensions are in mm.
NOTE: Non-contractual drawings. Refer to the certified
dimensional drawings available on request, when designing
an installation.
61WG/30WG 020-045 - unit with hydronic module and top connections
(options 116 + 274 or 270 + 274 or 116 + 270 + 274)
1500
1463
700
4
1474
172
80
1
700
4
1
4
700
278
4
282
900
4
172
80 700
2
2
61WG/30WG 020-045 - stackable unit (option 273)
1841
1014
1014
NOTE: The water and electrical connections are identical to those of the standard unit.
600
1058
900
700
Legend:
All dimensions are in mm.
700
Evaporator
Condenser
4
Safety valve
Clearances required for maintenance (see note)
4
4
700
4
Control box
Water inlet
Water outlet
Power wiring connection
NOTE: Non-contractual drawings. Refer to the certified dimensional drawings
available on request, when designing an installation.
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61WG/30WG 050-090 - standard unit
Only for option 70F
252
310
201
901
451
204
456
450
2
905
3
5
1
253
2
310
880
1474
1
1489
900
700
700
4
3
4
4
700
4
700
61WG/30WG 050-090 - unit with top connections (option 274)
938
901
4
1474
880
900
80
80
4
Legend:
All dimensions are in mm.
4
4
2
1
700
4
Evaporator
Condenser
4
2
700
253
4
142 168 142
1
142 168 142
700
4
700
253
700
900
700
Safety valve
Clearances required for maintenance (see note)
Control box
Water inlet
Water outlet
Power wiring connection
4
41
34
80
NOTE: Non-contractual drawings. Refer to the certified dimensional drawings
available on request, when designing an installation.
61WG/30WG 050-090 - unit with evaporator hydronic module (option 116)
Only for option 70F
558
905
704
252
204
1021
657
3
1463
5
1
2
2
253 307
880
1474
1
1488
900
700
700
4
3
4
4
700
4
61WG/30WG 050-090 - unit with condenser hydronic module (option 270)
277
2
2
252
204
657
1021
1
1
559
61WG/30WG 050-090 - unit with evaporator/condenser hydronic modules (options 116 + 270)
277 282
2
1
Evaporator
Condenser
Safety valve
Clearances required for maintenance (see note)
252
Control box
Water inlet
Water outlet
Power wiring connection
204
1021
657
2
Legend:
All dimensions are in mm.
559
1
NOTE: Non-contractual drawings. Refer to the certified dimensional
drawings available on request, when designing an installation.
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61WG/30WG 050-090 - unit with hydronic module and top connections
(options 116 + 274 or 270 + 274 or 116 + 270 + 274)
1500
1463
700
4
1044
167
86
1
1
700
4
4
700
4
4
143 237 221
900
2
167 86
700
2
61WG/30WG 050-090 - stackable unit (option 273)
1014
1014
1841
NOTE: The water and electrical connections are identical to those of the standard unit.
880
1489
900
700
Legend:
All dimensions are in mm.
700
Evaporator
Condenser
4
Safety valve
Clearances required for maintenance (see note)
4
4
700
36
4
Control box
Water inlet
Water outlet
Power wiring connection
NOTE: Non-contractual drawings. Refer to the certified dimensional
drawings available on request, when designing an installation.
30WG 110-140 - standard unit
30WG 110-140 - unit with top connections (option 274)
Legend:
All dimensions are in mm.
13 15 Cooler
Condenser
Services clearances required
Electrical box
Inlet water
Outlet water
Electrical supply entry
NOTE: Non-contractual drawings. Refer to the certified dimensional
drawings available on request, when designing an installation.
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30WG 150-190 - standard unit
30WG 150-190 - unit with top connections (option 274)
Legend:
All dimensions are in mm.
Cooler
Condenser
13 15 Services clearances required
Electrical box
Inlet water
Outlet water
Electrical supply entry
NOTE: Non-contractual drawings. Refer to the certified dimensional
drawings available on request, when designing an installation.
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30WG 110-140 - unit with hydronic kit (option 116-270)
30WG 110-140 - unit with hydronic kit and top connections (option 116-270 and 274)
Legend:
All dimensions are in mm.
13 15 Cooler
Condenser
Services clearances required
Electrical box
Inlet water
Outlet water
Electrical supply entry
NOTE: Non-contractual drawings. Refer to the certified dimensional
drawings available on request, when designing an installation.
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30WG 150-190 - unit with hydronic kit (option 116-270)
30WG 150-190 - unit with hydronic kit and top connections (option 116-270 and 274)
Legend:
All dimensions are in mm.
Cooler
Condenser
13 15 Services clearances required
Electrical box
Inlet water
Outlet water
Electrical supply entry
NOTE: Non-contractual drawings. Refer to the certified dimensional
drawings available on request, when designing an installation.
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30WGA 020-045 - standard unit
625
153
146
470
901
397
50
144
203
600
1044
1058
700
700
900
Legend:
All dimensions are in mm
Evaporator
700
6
7
Safety valve
Clearances required for maintenance (see note)
Control box
Refrigerant inlet
Refrigerant outlet
Water inlet
30WGA 020-045 - unit with evaporator hydronic module (option 116)
Water outlet
For option 70F only
379
625
5
1058
900
700
4
700
6
600
1044
1
3
4
700
7
51
203
3
153
146
704
868
1463
1
144
Power wiring connection
4
4
NOTE: Non-contractual drawings. Refer to the certified
dimensional drawings available on request, when
designing an installation.
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30WGA 020-045 - stackable unit (option 273)
1840
1014
1014
NOTE: The water and electrical connections are identical to those of the standard unit.
1058
600
900
700
Legend:
All dimensions are in mm
700
Evaporator
4
4
700
4
6
7
Safety valve
Clearances required for maintenance (see note)
Control box
Refrigerant inlet
Refrigerant outlet
Water inlet
Water outlet
4
Power wiring connection
30WGA 050-090 - standard unit
For option 70F only
315
238
321
6
204
192
451
450
461
7
905
3
5
1
901
247
1474
880
1488
1
700
700
900
4
3
4
700
4
42
4
NOTE: Non-contractual drawings. Refer to the certified
dimensional drawings available on request, when
designing an installation.
30WGA 050-090 - unit with evaporator hydronic module (option 116)
For option 70F only
558
905
5
7
1021
1463HT
1
192
204
653
6
3
704
247
238
321
880
1474
1
Legend:
All dimensions are in mm
1488HT
700
700
900
Evaporator
4
4
4
700
3
6
7
4
Safety valve
Clearances required for maintenance (see note)
Control box
Refrigerant inlet
Refrigerant outlet
Water inlet
Water outlet
30WGA 050-090 - stackable unit (option 273)
Power wiring connection
880
1488
700
900
700
4
4
4
700
1841
1014
1014
NOTE: The water and electrical connections are identical to those of the standard unit.
4
NOTE: Non-contractual drawings. Refer to the certified
dimensional drawings available on request, when
designing an installation.
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Variable water flow system (VWF)
Variable water flow is a hydronic control function package
that permits control of the water flow rate.
The VWF not only ensures control at full load, a specific
Carrier algorithm linked to an electronic frequency
converter also continuously modulates the flow rate to
minimise pump consumption at full load as well as part load.
The hydronic module includes pressure transducers that
permit intelligent measurement of the water flow rate and
real-time display on the Pro-Dialog+ interface. All adjustments can be made directly on the interface, speeding up
start-up and maintenance.
As VWF acts directly on the pump, the system no longer
requires the control valve at the unit outlet. However, for
applications with two-way valves a bypass system must be
kept to guarantee the minimum flow rate.
Operating logic
QQ Full-load setpoint
The flow rate control at full load uses the Pro-Dialog+ &
TouchPilot Junior interface, reducing the pump speed. This
first control saves energy that would normally be dissipated
in the control valve. For example, if the pressure supplied by
the pump is reduced by 20% the power consumption of the
pump is reduced by the same ratio, compared to a traditional
installation.
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QQ Operating mode at part load
Pro-Dialog+ & TouchPilot Junior includes two part-load
operating modes:
-- Constant outlet pressure control
-- Constant delta T control.
1 – Constant unit outlet pressure control
The control continuously acts on the pump speed to ensure
a constant outlet pressure.
This solution is suitable for installations with two-way
valves. When these close, the water speed will accelerate in
the system branches that are still open. For a fixed-speed
pump this results in an unnecessary increase of the pressure
at the pump outlet.
The outlet pressure control mode ensures that each circuit
branch always has a uniform supply, without unnecessary
energy waste.
In industrial processes such as plastic injection moulding,
this solution ensures that each terminal unit has the correct
pressure supply.
2 – Constant delta T control
The VWF algorithm maintains a constant delta T no matter
what the unit load, reducing the flow rate to the minimum.
This solution can be used for systems with two-way or threeway valves and achieves higher energy savings than the
“Constant unit outlet pressure control” mode. It is suitable
for the majority of comfort applications.
Guide specification, 61WG/30WG/30WGA
Quality assurance
30WGA product features
QQ The water-sourced units shall be designed for indoor
installation in a plant room.
QQ The water-sourced units shall use ozone-friendly refrigerant
R410A and include scroll compressors.
QQ The design and manufacturing site of the units shall be
certified in accordance with the quality management system
ISO 9001.
QQ The development test site of the units shall be certified to
the quality management system ISO 17025.
QQ The design and manufacturing site of the units shall be
certified in accordance with the environmental management
system ISO 14001.
QQ The published performances for the units shall be Euroventcertified and all units are factory-tested before shipment.
QQ The units shall meet the following product quality standards:
2014/35/UE, 2014/30/UE, 2014/68/UE,
2011/65/UE "RoHS 2", 2012/19/EU "WEEE", 2008/28/EC
"Ecodesign", EN14511.
QQ The refrigerant circuit of the condenserless unit shall include
a check valve on the discharge line piping, a solenoid valve
on the liquid line piping and a nitrogen holding charge.
QQ The unit shall be capable of delivering cooling capacity with
a saturated condensing temperature of up to 62 °C.
QQ The chiller shall be connected to a remote condenser via
communication bus.
QQ Fan control on the remote condenser shall be possible via a
digital output (up to 8 steps possible) or via an analogue 0-10
V output signal for variable-speed fans.
QQ Fan operation shall be controlled remotely based on the
outside temperature and the saturated refrigerant discharge
temperature
61WG product features
QQ The hot-water production unit shall have a heating capacity
of _____ kW, a maximum power input of _____ kW and a
COP of _____ kW/kW.
QQ The evaporator leaving water temperature shall be _____°C
with a temperature difference of _____ K and a condenser
leaving water temperature of _____ °C with a temperature
difference of _____ K.
QQ The hot-water production unit shall be able to produce hot
water up to 65 °C and cold water to class ___ in accordance
with Eurovent.
QQ The hot-water production unit shall have weather compensation control, controlling a needle valve and permitting
hot-water production at a second setpoint of _____ °C,
controlled by a clock.
QQ It shall control a supplementary 4-stage electric heater and
be able to manage a relief boiler (heat pump stopped).
QQ A second circulation pump shall be controlled by the hotwater production unit.
30WG product features
QQ The chilled-water production unit shall have a cooling capacity
of _____ kW, a maximum power input of _____ kW and an
ESEER of _____ kW/kW.
QQ The evaporator leaving water temperature shall be _____°C
with a temperature difference of _____ K and a condenser
leaving water temperature of _____ °C with a temperature
difference of _____ K.
QQ The chilled-water production unit shall be able to produce
hot water up to 60 °C and class ____ heating in accordance
with Eurovent.
QQ The chilled-water production unit shall be connected by
communication bus to a drycooler.
Common 61WG/30WG/30WGA unit features
QQ The unit shall have water connections at the top/back and a
footprint size of _____ m².
QQ The hydronic kit, located in the upper unit section shall
include all required hydronic components including an
expansion tank of _____ litres.
QQ The circulation pumps have fixed speed/variable water flow
with a minimum frequency of 25 Hz. The evaporator water
pressure drop shall be _____ kPa and the condenser water
pressure drop shall be _____ kPa.
QQ All hydronic and refrigerant circuit components of the unit
shall be compatible with a condenser leaving water
temperature of 65 °C.
QQ The unit shall be stackable in pairs, controlled in master/
slave configuration for a total capacity of _____ kW(sizes
020 to 090).
QQ The unit shall operate with 400 V-3 ph-50 Hz (400 V ± 10%)
without neutral and it shall only have one connection point.
QQ The main control panel shall be protected by a glass panel
and shall only be opened with a special tool.
QQ The unit control circuit voltage shall be 24 V maximum,
supplied by a factory-installed transformer. The compressor
shall offer quick keyed electrical connection.
QQ The unit shall include numerical control, with the possibility
of remote control. It shall ensure the control of the
compressors, evaporator and condenser water pumps and
the fans (drycooler).
QQ The numerical control shall include a patented auto-adaptive
Carrier algorithm that controls the operation of the
compressors and permanently adjusts to the application
characteristics including the water loop inertia.
QQ Dangerous compressor cycles are reduced to six per hour.
QQ The control menus shall permit direct access do all unit data
including the history of possible faults.
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Order No.16121, 01.2017. Supersedes order No. 16121, 10.2014.
Manufacturer reserves the right to change any product specifications without notice.
Manufactured by: Carrier SCS, Montluel, France.
Printed in the European Union.
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