INCLUDES 25HHA4 OUTDOOR UNIT
40MKCC / 24AHA4 / 124ANS
40MKQC / 25HHA4 / 224ANS
Cassette Ductless Split System
Sizes 18 to 34
Product Data
INDUSTRY LEADING
FEATURES / BENEFITS
A PERFECT BALANCE BETWEEN
BUDGET LIMITS, ENERGY SAVINGS AND
COMFORT.
The MK series ductless split systems are a matched combination of
an outdoor condensing unit and an indoor fan coil unit connected
only by refrigerant tubing and wires.
The in--ceiling cassette fan coils are ideal for retrofit or
modernization projects where a false ceiling is available. This
selection of fan coils permits inexpensive and creative solutions to
design problems such as:
S
Add--ons to current space (an office or family room
addition)
S
Special space requirements
S
When changes in the load cannot be handled by the
existing system.
S
When adding air conditioning to spaces that are heated
by hydronic or electric heat and have no ductwork.
S
Historical renovations or any application where
preserving the look of the original structure is essential.
S
The ideal compliment to your ducted system when it is
impractical or prohibitively expensive to use ductwork.
These compact in--ceiling cassette units require less than 12 inches
(304.8 mm) of false ceiling space and the only part that is seen is
an aesthetically pleasing grille that blends with most decor.
Advanced system components incorporate innovative technology
to provide reliable cooling performance at low sound levels.
LOW SOUND LEVELS
BUILT--IN RELIABILITY
When noise is a concern, the duct--free split systems are the answer.
The indoor units are whisper quiet. There are no compressors
indoors, either in the conditioned space or directly over it, and
there is none of the noise usually generated by air being forced
through ductwork.
When sound ordinances and proximity to neighbors demand quiet
operation, the 24AHA4/25HHA4/124ANS/224ANS unit is the
right choice: The advanced, horizontal blow--through airflow
design distributes air more evenly over the coil.
Ductless split system indoor and outdoor units are designed to
provide years of trouble--free operation.
The cassette indoor units include protection against freeze--up and
high evaporator temperatures on heat pumps.
The condensing units and heat pumps are also protected. There is a
3--minute time delay before the compressor will re--start. An
oversized accumulator, high pressure switches (or liquid line
pressure switch on the heat pump), and compressor internal
overload protection will ensure a reliable system that is ideal for
light commercial applications.
SECURE OPERATION
If security is an issue, outdoor and indoor units are connected only by
refrigerant piping and wiring to prevent intruders from crawling
through ductwork.
In addition, since 24AHA4/25HHA4/124ANS/224ANS units can be
installed close to an outside wall, coils are protected from vandals and
severe weather.
INDIVIDUAL ROOM COMFORT
Maximum comfort is provided because each space can be
controlled individually based on usage pattern. The air sweep
feature provided permits optimal room air mixing to eliminate hot
and cold spots for occupant comfort. In addition, year--round
comfort can be provided with heat pumps.
FAST INSTALLATION
ECONOMICAL OPERATION
This compact ductless split system is simple to install. A mounting
bracket is standard with the indoor units and only wire and piping
need to be run between indoor and outdoor units. These units are
fast and easy to install ensuring minimal disruption to customers in
the home or workplace. This makes the MK ductless split systems
the equipment of choice, especially in retrofit situations.
The ductless split system design allows individual room heating or
cooling when required. There is no need to run large supply--air
fans or chilled water pumps to handle a few spaces with unique
load patterns. In addition, because air is moved only in the space
required, no energy is wasted moving air through ducts.
SIMPLE SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE
Removing the top panel on outdoor units provides immediate
access to the control compartment, providing a service technician
access to check unit operation. In addition, the draw through
design of the outdoor section means that dirt accumulates on the
outside surface of the coil. Coils can be cleaned quickly from the
inside using a pressure hose and detergent.
On all indoor units, service and maintenance expense is reduced
due to easy--to--access cleanable filters. In addition, these cassette
systems have extensive self--diagnostics to assist in
troubleshooting.
EASY--TO--USE CONTROLS
The cassette units have microprocessor--based controls to provided
the ultimate in comfort and efficiency. The user friendly wireless
remote control provides the interface between user and the unit.
FLEXIBILITY
A variety of accessories simplify the installation process and help
meet system requirements and weather conditions. See table of
available accessories on page 4.
OPTIONAL WIRED CONTROLLER
AGENCY LISTINGS
All systems are listed with AHRI (Air Conditioning, Heating &
Refrigeration Institute).
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MODEL NUMBER NOMENCLATURE
INDOOR UNIT
40
MK
C
B
18
C
--- ---
3
40= FAN COIL UNIT
VOLTAGE
3 = 208/230 ---1 ---60
MK = MODEL
SYSTEM TYPE
C = COOLING ONLY
Q = HEAT PUMP
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF FAN COIL UNITS THAT
CAN BE CONNECTED TO THE OUTDOOR UNIT
B=1:1
NOT USED
NOMINAL CAPACITY
18 = 1--- 1/2 TONS
24 = 2 TONS
30 = 2--- 1/2 TONS
34 = 2--- 5/6 TONS
INDOOR FAN COIL TYPE
C= CASSETTE
Use of the AHRI Certified
TM Mark indicates a
manufacturer’s
participation in the
program For verification
of certification for individual
products, go to
www.ahridirectory.org.
®
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STANDARD FEATURES AND ACCESSORIES
ACCESSORIES
Table 1 – Standard Features
Ease Of Installation
Indoor and Outdoor Compact Size
Outdoor Unit Wall Mounting Kit
Outdoor Unit Stacking Kit
Indoor Mounting Bracket
Comfort Features
Microprocessor Controls
Wireless Remote Control
Automatic Air Sweep
Air Direction Control
Auto Restart Function
Cold Blow Protection On Heat Pumps
Turbo Mode
Silence Mode
Follow Me
Energy Saving Features
Sleep Mode
Stop/Start Timer
46 ° F Heating Mode (Heating Setback)
Safety And Reliability
3 Minute Time Delay For Compressor
Over Current Protection For Compressor
Crankcase Heater (standard on sizes 30 and 36 Heat Pump)
Indoor Coil Freeze Protection
Indoor Coil High Temperature Protection On Heat Pumps
Condenser High Temperature Protection On Heat Pumps
Accumulator On Heat Pumps
Ease Of Service And Maintenance
Cleanable Filters
Diagnostics
Liquid Line Pressure Taps
Suction And Discharge Pressure Taps
Application Flexibility
Low Ambient Controls (--20_F) (--28.9_C)
3--Phase on size 34
Wind Baffles
Condensate Pumps
Wired Controls
Legend
S Standard
A Accessory
Table 2 – Accessories
S
A
A
S
Ordering No.
KSACN0101AAA
40MK--B01C----3
KSALA0801AAA
KAACH1401AAA
Description
Wired Remote Control
Grille/Ceiling panel
Low Ambient Control (for
cooling --20F)
Low Ambient Control (for
cooling --20F)
Crankcase Heater
KAACH1501AAA
Crankcase Heater
KAACH1701AAA
Crankcase Heater
KAAWS0101AAA
Winter Start Kit (for low
ambient on cooling only
systems)
Isolation Relay (Required
when using Low Ambient
cooling with HP)
Hard Start Kit (Capacitor
& Relay)
Wind Baffle
KSALA0901AAA
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
KHAIR0201AAA
S
S
S
KSAHS1501AAA
53DS--900------087
S
S
A
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
A
S
A
A
A
53DS--900------071
Wind Baffle
53DS--900------075
53DS--900------076
53DS--900------077
Stacking Kit
Stacking Kit
Wall Mount Kit
53DS--900------078
Wall Mount Kit
KAALS0201LLS
Liquid Line Solenoid for
Cooling Only
KHALS0401LLS
Liquid Line Solenoid for
Heat Pump
For Models
All Sizes
Cassette Indoor units
24AHA4/25HHA4
(208/230V)
24AHA4 (460V--3)
24AHA4 Sizes 18--36
(208/230V)
24AHA4 Size 36
(460V--3)
25HHA4 Size 24
(208/230V)
24AHA4 All Sizes
25HHA4 All Sizes
24AHA4/25HHA4
(208/230V--1)
24AHA4 Sizes 18 & 24;
25HHA4 Size 24
24AHA4/25HHA4 Sizes
30 & 36
24AHA4 Sizes 18, 24
24AHA4 Sizes 30, 36
24AHA4 Sizes 18, 24 and
25HHA4 Size 24
24AHA4/25HHA4 Sizes
30, 36
24AHA4 All Sizes -Required for Long Line
Applications
25HHA4 All Sizes -Required for Long Line
Applications
INDOOR UNIT ACCESSORIES
Grille
To maximize shipping efficiency, the grille for the in--ceiling
cassette is set up as an accessory.
NOTE: Grille is required.
Wired Remote Controller
For applications where the use of wireless remote control is not
desired, the MK units can be controlled by means of a wired
wall--mounted control with an LCD display.
Fig. 1 – Wall Mounted Control with LCD Display
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OUTDOOR UNIT ACCESSORIES
Low Ambient Kit
Stacking Kit
A fan--speed control device activated by a temperature sensor,
designed to control condenser fan motor speed in response to the
saturated condensing temperatures down to --20_F (--28.9_C), it
maintains condensing temperature at --100F  10F (37.8C  6C)
A MotorMaster Low--Ambient Controller or Low--Ambient
Pressure Switch must be used when cooling operation is used at
outdoor temperatures below 55_F (12.8_C), and can be used on all
outdoor units without changing the outdoor fan motor.
Stacking Kits allow stacking of equally sized units or permit
smaller units to be stacked on top of larger units.
NOTE: THIS KIT CANNOT BE USED WITH HEAT
PUMPS.
Winter Start Control
The Winter Start Control is a SPST delay relay. The control
bypasses the low pressure switch for approximately 3 minutes to
permit start--up for cooling operation under low load conditions at
low ambient temperatures. This relay is recommended on cooling
only systems that have the accessory Low Ambient Kit.
(304.8)
(304.8)
Isolation Relay
The Isolation Relay must be used when Low Ambient Kit is used
with heat pumps to ensure the pressure switch is bypassed when
unit is running in heat pump mode.
NOTE: Numbers in ( ) are mm
TWO UNITS MOUNTED
(UNEQUAL SIZES)
A06417
Liquid Line Solenoid Valve
The Liquid Line Solenoid Valve is an electrically operated shut--off
valve that is installed at the outdoor unit to stop and start
refrigerant flow in response to compressor operation. The valve
maintains a column of refrigerant in the liquid line between
compressor operating cycles and is required for certain long line
applications and to improve system performance.
(304.8)
(304.8)
TWO UNITS MOUNTED
(IDENTICAL SIZES)
Fig. 2 – Stacking Kit
Wall Mounting Kit
Wall mount brackets are mounted on the outside of the structure to
raise the unit from ground level, or to mount the unit on a wall
adjacent to a sloping roof. Wall mounts are also useful in areas of
heavy snowfall or where space is at a premium.
Crankcase Heater
The Crankcase Heater is available for units with scroll compressors
and clamps onto the compressor oil sump. It is recommended for
low ambient applications. The Crankcase Heater is standard on
sizes 30 and 36 Heat Pump.
Wind Baffles
The Wind Baffle is a sheet metal shield used to provide improved
unit operation during high winds and is recommended whenever
the low ambient accessory is used.
NOTE: Unit must be at least 6 in. (152.4 mm) from wall.
D06006
Fig. 3 – Wall Mounting Kit
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DIMENSIONS -- INDOOR
H
Cassette Grille
W
Cassette Body
Drain pipe
connector
D
H
Refrigerant pipe
connector
Fresh air intake (Φ75mm)
W
A150291
Fig. 4 – 40MKC**C, 40MKQ**C Unit and Panel Dimensions
Table 3 – Dimensions Indoor
Indoor Unit Size
BTU/Hr
18K
24K – 34K
Cassette Panel
Height (H)
in (mm)
33.1 (840)
33.1 (840)
37.4 (950)
Width (W)
in (mm)
33.1 (840)
33.1 (840)
37.4 (950)
Depth (D)
in (mm)
8.1 (205)
11.3 (287)
2.2 (55)
6
Operating Weight
lb (kg)
54.0 (24.5)
68.6 (31.1)
11.0 (5)
DIMENSIONS - OUTDOOR
Fig. 5 – Outdoor Unit Dimensions
Table 4 – Dimensions Outdoor
Dimensions in (mm)
UNIT
24AHA418
24AHA424
Cooling Only
24AHA430
24AHA436
25HHA424
Heat Pump
HHA430
HHA436
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
P
31.1
(791)
31.1
(791)
37.1
(943)
37.1
(943)
31.1
(791)
37.1
(943)
37.1
(943)
36.9
(938)
36.9
(938)
44.5
(1130)
44.5
(1130)
36.9
(938)
44.5
(1130)
44.5
(1130)
14.6
(370)
14.6
(370)
17.1
(433)
17.1
(433)
14.6
(370)
17.1
(433)
17.1
(433)
16
(406)
16
(406)
18.4
(468)
18.4
(468)
16
(406)
18.4
(468)
18.4
(468)
23.4
(595)
23.4
(595)
30.5
(775)
30.5
(775)
23.4
(595)
30.5
(775)
30.5
(775)
17.2
(437)
17.2
(437)
19.6
(498)
19.6
(498)
17.2
(437)
19.6
(498)
19.6
(498)
23.1
(587)
23.1
(587)
29.1
(740)
29.1
(740)
23.1
(587)
29.1
(740)
29.1
(740)
28.1
(713)
28.1
(713)
34.1
(865)
34.1
(865)
28.1
(713)
34.1
(865)
34.1
(865)
13
(330)
14
(356)
13.7
(348)
13.7
(348)
14
(356)
13.7
(348)
13.7
(348)
6.6
(168)
6.8
(171)
8.1
(206)
8.1
(206)
6.8
(171)
8.1
(206)
8.1
(206)
11.3
(286)
11.6
(295)
15.9
(403)
15.9
(403)
11.6
(295)
15.9
(403)
15.9
(403)
0.6
(16)
0.8
(19)
0.8
(19)
0.9
(22)
0.8
(19)
0.8
(19)
0.9
(22)
2.9
(73)
2.9
(73)
3.4
(86)
3.4
(86)
2.9
(73)
3.4
(86)
3.4
(86)
5.8
(148)
5.8
(148)
6.4
(162)
6.4
(162)
4.9
(125)
5.5
(140)
5.5
(140)
NOTE: Dimensions shown in feet--inches. Dimensions in ( ) are millimeters.
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OPERATING
WEIGHT
Ibs (kg)
146
(66)
148
(67)
183
(83)
184
(83)
161
(73)
196
(89)
197
(89)
CLEARANCES -- INDOOR
A150152
Fig. 6 – 40MKC**C, 40MKQ**C Unit Clearance
CLEARANCES - OUTDOOR
A
Air-outlet
E
D
B
C
Air-inlet
A08436
Fig. 7 – Outdoor Unit Clearance
Table 5 – Clearances Indoor
UNIT
A
B
C
D
E
Coil Facing Wall - in. (mm)
24 (610)
24 (610)
20 (508)
6 (152)
6 (152)
8
Fan Facing Wall -- in. (mm)
24 (610)
24 (610)
6 (152)
8 (203)
20 (508)
SPECIFICATIONS
Table 6 – Cooling Only
18
24AHA418A003
124ANS018000
24
24AHA424A003
124ANS024000
COOLING ONLY
30
34
24AHA430A003
24AHA436A003
124ANS030000
124ANS036000
34
24AHA436A005
124APS036000
34
24AHA436A006
124AES036000
40MKCB18C-- - 3
NO
17,100
14
12.2
40MKCB34C-- - 3
NO
23,800
14
12.2
40MKCB34C-- - 3
NO
30,000
14
12.2
40MKCB34C-- - 3
NO
34,200
14
12.2
40MKCB34C-- - 3
NO
34,200
14
12.2
40MKCB34C-- - 3
NO
34,200
14
12.2
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Optional
55~125 (-- 20 F w /
Low-- Ambient Kit)
Optional
55~125 (-- 20 F w /
Low-- Ambient Kit)
Optional
55~125 (-- 20 F w /
Low-- Ambient Kit)
Optional
55~125 (-- 20 F w /
Low-- Ambient Kit)
Optional
55~125 (-- 20 F w /
Low-- Ambient Kit)
Optional
55~125 (-- 20 F w /
Low-- Ambient Kit)
Ft.
Ft.
Ft.
64~90
200’
200’
65’
64~90
200’
200’
65’
64~90
200’
200’
65’
64~90
200’
200’
65’
64~90
200’
200’
65’
64~90
200’
200’
65’
In.
3/8”
3/8”
3/8”
3/8”
3/8”
3/8”
In.
5/8”
3/4”
3/4”
7/8”
7/8”
7/8”
In.
3/8”
3/8”
3/8”
3/8”
3/8”
3/8”
In.
5/8”
3/4”
3/4”
3/4”
3/4”
3/4”
R-- 410A
550
Type B Accurator
6.4
R-- 410A
550
Type B Accurator
6.5
R-- 410A
550
Type B Accurator
8.6
R-- 410A
550
Type B Accurator
8.9
R-- 410A
550
Type B Accurator
8.9
R-- 410A
550
Type B Accurator
8.9
7.3
7.3
12.1
12.1
12.1
12.1
2
20
3
2
20
3
2
20
3
2
20
3
2
20
3
2
20
3
3.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
2
18
8
Scroll
ZP16K6E-- PFV-- 13
0
3
18
12
Scroll
ZP20K6E-- PFV-- 13
0
3
18
12
Scroll
ZP25K5E-- PFV-- 13
0
3
18
12
Scroll
ZP29K5E-- PFV-- 13
0
3
18
12
Scroll
ZP29K5E-- TF5-- 130
3
18
12
Scroll
ZP29K5E-- TFD-- 13
0
208/230-- 1-- 60
208/230-- 1-- 60
208/230-- 1-- 60
208/230-- 1-- 60
208/230-- 3-- 60
460-- 3-- 60
Size
System
Performance
Controls
Outdoor Model
Indoor Model
Energy Star
Cooling Rated Capacity
SEER
EER
Wireless Remote Controller (_F/_C
Convertible)
Btu/h
Wired Remote Controller (_F/_C Convertible)
Operating
Range
Piping
Cooling Outdoor DB Min - Max
_F
Cooling Indoor DB Min - Max
Total Piping Length**
Drop (OD above ID)
Lift (OD below ID)
Outdoor Pipe Connection Size Liquid*
_F
Outdoor Pipe Connection Size Suction
Indoor Pipe Connection Size - Liquid
Indoor Pipe Connection Size Suction
Refrigerant
Outdoor
Coil
Type
Design Pressure
Metering Device
Charge
Face Area
Compressor
Electrical
Outdoor
Indoor
Lb.
Sq.
Ft.
No. Rows
Fins per inch
Circuits
Face Area (sq. ft.)
Indoor
Coil
PSIG
Sq.
Ft.
No. Rows
Fins per inch
Circuits
Type
Model
Outdoor Voltage, Phase, Cycle
V/Ph/
Hz
Indoor Voltage, Phase, Cycle
V/Ph/
Hz
Power Supply
MCA (Outdoor)
MOCP - Fuse Rating (Outdoor)
MCA (Indoor)
MOCP - Fuse Rating (Indoor)
Unit Width
Unit Height
Unit Depth
Net Weight
Airflow
Unit Width Body
Unit Height Body
Unit Depth Body
Net Weight Body
Unit Width Grille
Unit Height Grille
Unit Depth Grille
Net Weight Grille
Number of Fan Speeds
Airflow (lowest to highest)
Sound Pressure (lowest to highest)
Air throw Data
A.
A.
A.
A.
In.
In.
In.
Lbs.
CFM
In.
In.
In.
Lbs.
In.
In.
In.
Lbs.
CFM
dB(A)
Ft.
208/230-- 1-- 60
208/230-- 1-- 60
208/230-- 1-- 60
208/230-- 1-- 60
208/230-- 1-- 60
208/230-- 1-- 60
Indoor and outdoor
units have
dedicated power
supply
11.8
20
1
15
36.9
31.1
14.6
146
1,285
33.1
33.1
11.3
54.0
37.4
37.4
2.2
11.0
3
370/450/630
39/43/47
15
Indoor and outdoor
units have
dedicated power
supply
14.1
25
1
15
36.9
31.1
14.6
148
1,285
33.1
33.1
11.3
68.6
37.4
37.4
2.2
11.0
3
750/820/1130
44/48/53
16
Indoor and outdoor
units have
dedicated power
supply
18.3
30
1
15
44.5
37.1
17.1
183
1,900
33.1
33.1
11.3
68.6
37.4
37.4
2.2
11.0
3
750/820/1130
44/48/53
16
Indoor and outdoor
units have
dedicated power
supply
18.8
30
1
15
44.5
37.1
17.1
184
2,615
33.1
33.1
11.3
68.6
37.4
37.4
2.2
11.0
3
750/820/1130
44/48/53
16
Indoor and outdoor
units have
dedicated power
supply
12.5
20
1
15
44.5
37.1
17.1
184
2,615
33.1
33.1
11.3
68.6
37.4
37.4
2.2
11.0
3
750/820/1130
44/48/53
16
Indoor and outdoor
units have
dedicated power
supply
7.6
15
1
15
44.5
37.1
17.1
184
2,615
33.1
33.1
11.3
68.6
37.4
37.4
2.2
11.0
3
750/820/1130
44/48/53
16
* Liquid line needs to be insulated
** Refer to Ductless Split System Long Line Guide for additional information. Long Line accessories required beyond 80 ft (24.4 m).
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Table 7 – Heat Pump
Size
System
Performance
Controls
Outdoor Model
Indoor Model
Energy Star
Cooling Rated Capacity
SEER
EER
Heating Rated Capacity
HSPF
COP
Wireless Remote Controller (°F/°C
Convertible)
Btu/h
Btu/h
W/W
24
25HHA424A003
224ANS030000
30
25HHA430A003
224ANS036000
HEAT PUMP
34
25HHA436A003
224APS036000
34
25HHA436A005
224AES036000
34
25HHA436A006
224ANS048000
40MKQB34C--3
NO
23,400
14
11.2
20,200
8.2
4.24
40MKQB34C--3
NO
28,400
14
12.2
29,000
8.2
4.1
40MKQB34C--3
NO
32,600
14
12.2
33,000
8.2
3.94
40MKQB34C--3
NO
32,600
14
12.2
33,000
8.2
3.94
40MKQB34C--3
NO
32,600
14
12.2
33,000
8.2
3.94
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Wired Remote Controller (°F/°C
Convertible)
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
55~125 (-20°F w /
Low-Ambient Kit)
55~125 (-20°F w /
Low-Ambient Kit)
55~125 (-20°F w /
Low-Ambient Kit)
55~125 (-20°F w /
Low-Ambient Kit)
Cooling Outdoor DB Min - Max
°F
55~125 (-20°F w /
Low-Ambient Kit)
Operating
Range
Heating Outdoor DB Min - Max
Cooling Indoor DB Min -Max
Heating Indoor DB Min -Max
Total Piping Length**
Drop (OD above ID)
Lift (OD below ID)
Outdoor Pipe Connection Size Liquid
°F
°F
°F
Ft.
Ft.
Ft.
17~75
64~90
32~80
200'
200'
65'
17~75
64~90
32~80
200'
200'
65'
17~75
64~90
32~80
200'
200'
65'
17~75
64~90
32~80
200'
200'
65'
17~75
64~90
32~80
200'
200'
65'
In.
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
Piping
Outdoor Pipe Connection Size Suction
In.
3/4"
3/4"
7/8"
7/8"
7/8"
Indoor Pipe Connection Size Liquid*
In.
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
Indoor Pipe Connection Size Suction
In.
3/4"
3/4"
3/4"
3/4"
3/4"
PSIG
R-410A
550
R-410A
550
R-410A
550
R-410A
550
7.7
12.1
R-410A
550
Type B Accurator
12.3
12.3
12.3
7.3
12.1
12.1
12.1
12.1
2
20
3
2
20
6
2
20
5
2
20
5
2
20
5
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
3
18
12
Scroll
ZP21K5E-PFV-130
3
18
12
Scroll
ZP24K5E-PFV-130
3
18
12
Scroll
ZP29K5E-PFV-130
3
18
12
Scroll
ZP29K5E-TF5-130
3
18
12
Scroll
ZP29K5E-TFD-130
Refrigerant
Type
Design Pressure
Metering Device
Charge
Face Area
Outdoor
Coil
No. Rows
Fins per inch
Circuits
Face Area (sq. ft.)
Indoor
Coil
Compressor
Electrical
Outdoor
Indoor
Lb.
Sq.
Ft.
Sq.
Ft.
No. Rows
Fins per inch
Circuits
Type
Model
Outdoor Voltage, Phase, Cycle
V/Ph/
Hz
208/230-1-60
208/230-1-60
208/230-1-60
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
Indoor Voltage, Phase, Cycle
V/Ph/
Hz
208/230-1-60
208/230-1-60
208/230-1-60
208/230-1-60
208/230-1-60
16.5
25
1
15
36.9
31.1
14.6
161
1,285
33.1
33.1
11.3
68.6
37.4
37.4
2.2
11.0
3
750/820/1130
44/48/53
16
Indoor and outdoor units have dedicated power supply
17.2
19
12.8
30
30
20
1
1
1
15
15
15
44.5
44.5
44.5
37.1
37.1
37.1
17.1
17.1
17.1
196
197
197
2,615
2,615
2,615
33.1
33.1
33.1
33.1
33.1
33.1
11.3
11.3
11.3
68.6
68.6
68.6
37.4
37.4
37.4
37.4
37.4
37.4
2.2
2.2
2.2
11.0
11.0
11.0
3
3
3
750/820/1130
750/820/1130
750/820/1130
44/48/53
44/48/53
44/48/53
16
16
16
7.6
15
1
15
44.5
37.1
17.1
197
2,615
33.1
33.1
11.3
68.6
37.4
37.4
2.2
11.0
3
750/820/1130
44/48/53
16
Power Supply
MCA (Outdoor)
MOCP - Fuse Rating (Outdoor)
MCA (Indoor)
MOCP - Fuse Rating (Indoor)
Unit Width
Unit Height
Unit Depth
Net Weight
Airflow
Unit Width Body
Unit Height Body
Unit Depth Body
Net Weight Body
Unit Width Grille
Unit Height Grille
Unit Depth Grille
Net Weight Grille
Number of Fan Speeds
Airflow (lowest to highest)
Sound Pressure (lowest to highest)
Air throw Data
A.
A.
A.
A.
In.
In.
In.
Lbs.
CFM
In.
In.
In.
Lbs.
In.
In.
In.
Lbs.
CFM
dB(A)
Ft.
* Liquid line needs to be insulated
** Refer to Ductless Split System Long Line Guide for additional information. Long Line accessories required beyond 80 ft (24.4 m).
10
11
40MKCB34C----3
40MKCB34C----3
30
40MKCB18C----3
18
24
INDOOR UNIT
SIZE
24AHA430A003
124ANS030000
24AHA424A003
124ANS024000
24AHA418A003
124ANS018000
OUTDOOR UNIT
1130
820
750
820
820
750
630
450
370
CFM
72
67
63
62
57
72
67
63
62
57
72
67
63
62
57
72
67
63
62
57
72
67
63
62
57
72
67
63
62
57
72
67
63
62
57
72
67
63
62
57
72
67
63
62
57
EWB
EVAPORATOR
AIR
75
Capacity MBtuh†
Total
Sens‡
17.79
8.77
16.14
10.10
14.94
9.78
14.66
11.40
13.32
12.69
18.92
9.46
17.19
11.09
15.92
10.73
15.61
12.71
14.34
14.34
20.60
10.81
18.74
13.13
17.38
12.65
17.04
15.44
16.41
16.41
27.15
14.38
24.74
17.64
23.02
17.01
22.56
20.87
21.96
21.96
27.59
14.93
25.15
18.50
23.42
17.81
22.98
22.01
22.64
22.64
28.88
17.22
26.36
22.15
24.60
21.21
25.00
25.00
24.98
24.98
33.46
16.95
30.38
20.21
28.14
19.50
27.56
23.41
25.81
25.81
34.19
17.56
31.06
21.14
28.79
20.38
28.19
24.65
26.75
26.75
36.42
20.07
33.13
25.04
30.77
24.04
30.26
29.76
30.04
30.04
1.10
1.10
1.09
1.09
1.09
1.11
1.10
1.10
1.10
1.10
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.11
1.11
1.52
1.51
1.51
1.51
1.51
1.53
1.52
1.52
1.52
1.52
1.58
1.57
1.56
1.57
1.57
1.92
1.89
1.87
1.87
1.86
1.94
1.91
1.89
1.89
1.88
2.00
1.97
1.95
1.95
1.94
Total System
KW**
85
Capacity MBtuh†
Total
Sens‡
17.13
8.48
15.54
9.80
14.38
9.48
14.10
11.10
12.83
12.42
18.18
9.14
16.51
10.78
15.29
10.41
14.99
12.39
13.89
13.89
19.73
10.46
17.94
12.79
16.64
12.30
16.31
15.09
15.84
15.84
25.96
13.93
23.66
17.18
22.00
16.55
21.58
20.40
21.17
21.17
26.36
14.46
24.03
18.03
22.37
17.34
21.98
21.51
21.82
21.82
27.52
16.73
25.11
21.65
23.43
20.70
24.02
24.02
24.00
24.00
32.07
16.39
29.12
19.64
26.98
18.95
26.42
22.85
24.96
24.96
32.73
16.98
29.73
20.56
27.56
19.81
26.99
24.08
25.84
25.84
34.74
19.45
31.61
24.42
29.36
23.42
28.97
28.97
28.93
28.93
1.23
1.23
1.23
1.23
1.23
1.24
1.24
1.24
1.24
1.23
1.25
1.25
1.25
1.25
1.25
1.70
1.69
1.69
1.69
1.68
1.71
1.70
1.70
1.70
1.70
1.76
1.75
1.74
1.75
1.74
2.15
2.12
2.10
2.10
2.09
2.17
2.14
2.12
2.12
2.11
2.24
2.20
2.18
2.18
2.18
Total System
KW**
16.44
14.91
13.79
13.52
12.29
17.40
15.80
14.63
14.34
13.41
18.80
17.10
15.86
15.55
15.24
24.70
22.51
20.94
20.55
20.34
25.06
22.84
21.26
20.96
20.94
26.08
23.80
22.21
22.98
22.96
30.58
27.77
25.73
25.19
24.03
31.18
28.33
26.27
25.72
24.86
32.97
30.00
27.87
27.77
27.74
8.17
9.49
9.18
10.80
12.29
8.82
10.45
10.08
12.06
13.41
10.10
12.43
11.94
14.72
15.24
13.45
16.70
16.07
19.91
20.34
13.98
17.54
16.85
20.96
20.94
16.22
21.12
20.17
22.98
22.96
15.79
19.05
18.36
22.26
24.03
16.37
19.95
19.20
23.48
24.86
18.79
23.76
22.77
27.77
27.74
1.38
1.38
1.38
1.38
1.38
1.39
1.39
1.39
1.39
1.39
1.40
1.40
1.40
1.40
1.40
1.90
1.89
1.89
1.89
1.88
1.91
1.90
1.90
1.90
1.90
1.96
1.95
1.94
1.95
1.95
2.41
2.38
2.36
2.36
2.35
2.43
2.40
2.38
2.37
2.36
2.49
2.46
2.44
2.44
2.44
15.69
14.23
13.17
12.90
11.85
16.55
15.03
13.92
13.64
12.88
17.81
16.20
15.02
14.76
14.59
23.35
21.28
19.80
19.46
19.44
23.66
21.57
20.09
20.02
20.00
24.55
22.41
20.93
21.86
21.84
28.98
26.31
24.38
23.86
23.00
29.50
26.80
24.85
24.34
23.78
31.08
28.27
26.27
26.47
26.44
7.84
9.17
8.86
10.48
11.85
8.47
10.10
9.74
11.72
12.88
9.72
12.04
11.56
14.32
14.59
12.94
16.19
15.56
19.46
19.44
13.46
17.02
16.33
20.02
20.00
15.67
20.55
19.60
21.86
21.84
15.16
18.41
17.72
21.62
23.00
15.72
19.30
18.55
22.83
23.78
18.10
23.07
22.07
26.47
26.44
1.56
1.55
1.55
1.55
1.55
1.56
1.56
1.56
1.56
1.56
1.57
1.57
1.57
1.57
1.57
2.13
2.12
2.12
2.11
2.11
2.14
2.13
2.13
2.13
2.13
2.19
2.18
2.17
2.18
2.18
2.70
2.67
2.65
2.65
2.64
2.72
2.69
2.67
2.66
2.66
2.78
2.75
2.73
2.73
2.73
CONDENSER ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES deg F
95
105
Capacity MBtuh†
Capacity MBtuh†
Total System
Total System
KW**
KW**
Total
Sens‡
Total
Sens‡
Table 8 – Cooling Only Units
COOLING PERFORMANCE DATA -- COOLING ONLY UNITS
115
Capacity MBtuh†
Total
Sens‡
14.86
7.49
13.49
8.82
12.48
8.51
12.23
10.13
11.38
11.38
15.64
8.09
14.20
9.73
13.15
9.37
12.89
11.35
12.31
12.31
16.74
9.31
15.23
11.63
14.13
11.16
13.91
13.91
13.88
13.88
21.90
12.41
19.96
15.65
18.58
15.02
18.49
18.49
18.47
18.47
22.17
12.92
20.21
16.47
18.83
15.79
18.99
18.99
18.97
18.97
22.93
15.10
20.94
19.92
19.57
18.96
20.65
20.65
20.63
20.63
27.21
14.47
24.70
17.73
22.87
17.03
22.40
20.94
21.86
21.86
27.67
15.03
25.13
18.60
23.29
17.85
22.84
22.10
22.57
22.57
29.02
17.36
26.40
22.32
24.52
21.32
25.04
25.04
25.01
25.01
1.75
1.75
1.75
1.75
1.75
1.76
1.76
1.76
1.76
1.75
1.77
1.77
1.77
1.77
1.77
2.40
2.39
2.38
2.38
2.38
2.41
2.40
2.39
2.39
2.39
2.45
2.44
2.44
2.44
2.44
3.03
3.00
2.99
2.98
2.98
3.04
3.02
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.10
3.08
3.06
3.06
3.06
Total System
KW**
125
Capacity MBtuh†
Total
Sens‡
13.95
7.11
12.67
8.44
11.72
8.14
11.49
9.76
10.82
10.82
14.62
7.69
13.29
9.33
12.31
8.97
12.06
10.95
11.68
11.68
15.57
8.87
14.17
11.20
13.15
10.72
13.12
13.12
13.10
13.10
20.35
11.83
18.54
15.08
17.27
14.45
17.41
17.41
17.39
17.39
20.57
12.34
18.75
15.89
17.47
15.21
17.86
17.86
17.84
17.84
21.19
14.49
19.40
19.18
18.16
18.16
19.32
19.32
19.31
19.31
25.28
13.73
22.93
16.98
21.22
16.29
20.81
20.18
20.59
20.59
25.67
14.27
23.30
17.84
21.58
17.09
21.26
21.26
21.24
21.24
26.81
16.57
24.36
21.51
22.63
20.50
23.44
23.44
23.42
23.42
1.98
1.98
1.98
1.98
1.98
1.98
1.98
1.98
1.98
1.98
2.00
2.00
1.99
1.99
1.99
2.69
2.69
2.68
2.68
2.68
2.70
2.70
2.69
2.69
2.69
2.75
2.74
2.74
2.74
2.74
3.40
3.38
3.37
3.37
3.37
3.41
3.39
3.38
3.38
3.38
3.47
3.45
3.43
3.44
3.44
Total System
KW**
OUTDOOR UNIT
24AHA436A00x
124AxS036000
INDOOR UNIT
40MKCB34C----3
1130
820
750
CFM
72
67
63
62
57
72
67
63
62
57
72
67
63
62
57
EWB
EVAPORATOR
AIR
75
Capacity MBtuh†
Total
Sens‡
37.73
18.79
36.08
20.18
31.75
21.37
31.11
25.35
28.52
28.52
38.65
19.45
35.12
23.08
32.56
22.31
31.90
26.65
29.62
29.62
41.52
22.11
37.80
27.18
35.11
26.16
34.42
32.14
33.50
33.50
2.20
2.31
2.17
2.17
2.16
2.22
2.20
2.18
2.18
2.17
2.28
2.26
2.24
2.24
2.23
Total System
KW**
85
Capacity MBtuh†
Total
Sens‡
36.17
18.13
34.02
20.15
30.45
20.73
29.82
24.70
27.58
27.58
37.01
18.77
33.63
22.41
31.19
21.64
30.55
25.99
28.62
28.62
39.59
21.38
36.06
26.45
33.50
25.43
32.87
31.37
32.27
32.27
2.46
2.53
2.43
2.42
2.41
2.48
2.46
2.44
2.44
2.43
2.54
2.52
2.50
2.50
2.49
Total System
KW**
34.49
31.33
29.04
28.45
26.56
35.24
32.04
29.71
29.10
27.53
37.55
34.20
31.79
31.23
30.93
17.44
20.75
20.04
24.01
26.56
18.06
21.70
20.94
25.28
27.53
20.61
25.67
24.67
30.52
30.93
2.75
2.73
2.71
2.71
2.70
2.77
2.74
2.73
2.72
2.71
2.83
2.80
2.78
2.78
2.78
32.66
29.69
27.52
26.95
25.44
33.33
30.31
28.11
27.53
26.34
35.35
32.20
29.94
29.52
29.48
16.69
20.01
19.31
23.27
25.44
17.30
20.94
20.18
24.53
26.34
19.79
24.85
23.85
29.52
29.48
3.07
3.05
3.04
3.03
3.02
3.09
3.07
3.05
3.05
3.04
3.15
3.12
3.11
3.10
3.10
CONDENSER ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES deg F
95
105
Capacity MBtuh†
Capacity MBtuh†
Total System
Total System
KW**
KW**
Total
Sens‡
Total
Sens‡
115
Capacity MBtuh†
Total
Sens‡
30.66
15.89
27.88
19.21
25.85
18.52
25.31
22.49
24.20
24.20
31.24
16.47
28.42
20.12
26.37
19.38
25.83
23.72
25.03
25.03
32.97
18.91
30.04
23.97
27.94
22.98
27.91
27.91
27.88
27.88
3.44
3.42
3.41
3.40
3.40
3.46
3.43
3.42
3.42
3.41
3.52
3.49
3.47
3.47
3.47
Total System
KW**
125
Capacity MBtuh†
Total
Sens‡
28.50
15.04
25.91
18.37
24.03
17.67
23.53
21.65
22.83
22.83
28.99
15.61
26.37
19.25
24.47
18.51
23.99
22.85
23.58
23.58
30.43
17.98
27.72
23.05
25.80
22.05
26.15
26.15
26.12
26.12
3.86
3.84
3.83
3.83
3.83
3.88
3.86
3.85
3.84
3.84
3.93
3.91
3.90
3.90
3.90
Total System
KW**
† Total and sensible capacities are net capacities. Blower motor heat has been subtracted.
‡ Sensible capacities shown are based on 80° F (27° C) entering air at the indoor coil. For sensible capacities at other than 80° F (27° C), deduct 835 Btuh
(245 kW) per 1000 CFM (480 L/S) of indoor coil air for each degree below 80° F (27° C), or add 835 Btuh (245 kW) per 1000 CFM (480 L/S) of indoor coil air per degree above 80° F (27° C).
** System kw is total of indoor and outdoor unit kilowatts.
EWB — Entering Wet Bulb
NOTES:
1. Detailed cooling capacities are based on indoor and outdoor unit at the same elevation per AHRI standard 210/240--2008. If additional tubing length and/or indoor unit is located above outdoor unit, a slight variation in capacity may occur.
34
SIZE
COOLING PERFORMANCE DATA -- COOLING ONLY UNITS (TABLE 8 CONT.)
12
2. When the required data falls between the published data, interpolation may be performed. Extrapolation is not an acceptable practice.
12
13
75
85
CONDENSER ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES deg F
95
105
Total
Total
Capacity MBtuh†
Capacity MBtuh†
System
System
Total
Sens‡
Total
Sens‡
KW**
KW**
24.24
12.48
2.06
22.89
11.98
2.30
22.04
15.45
2.00
20.78
14.95
2.25
20.46
14.86
1.97
19.27
14.34
2.21
20.06
18.40
1.96
18.93
17.86
2.21
19.73
19.73
1.96
18.79
18.79
2.21
24.62
12.95
2.08
23.22
12.45
2.32
22.39
16.22
2.02
21.09
15.70
2.26
20.80
15.57
1.99
19.57
15.05
2.23
20.45
19.40
1.98
19.38
19.38
2.23
20.33
20.33
1.98
19.35
19.35
2.23
25.72
14.98
2.16
24.20
14.46
2.40
23.40
19.49
2.09
21.99
18.94
2.33
21.79
18.61
2.05
20.45
18.04
2.29
22.40
22.40
2.06
21.27
21.27
2.31
22.37
22.37
2.06
21.24
21.24
2.31
29.08
14.53
2.28
27.55
13.94
2.54
26.31
17.62
2.28
24.91
17.04
2.54
24.31
16.94
2.28
22.99
16.35
2.54
23.79
20.68
2.28
22.50
20.09
2.54
22.85
22.85
2.27
21.84
21.84
2.54
29.64
15.07
2.29
28.05
14.48
2.55
26.84
18.47
2.29
25.37
17.87
2.55
24.81
17.73
2.29
23.43
17.13
2.55
24.29
21.83
2.29
22.96
21.22
2.55
23.63
23.63
2.29
22.58
22.58
2.55
31.34
17.32
2.32
29.57
16.70
2.58
28.40
22.07
2.33
26.76
21.43
2.59
26.30
21.08
2.33
24.77
20.44
2.59
26.40
26.40
2.33
25.15
25.15
2.59
26.37
26.37
2.33
25.12
25.12
2.59
32.89
16.03
2.62
31.20
15.36
2.93
29.78
19.09
2.61
28.23
18.42
2.91
27.52
18.40
2.59
26.08
17.72
2.90
26.95
22.10
2.59
25.52
21.42
2.90
25.13
25.13
2.58
24.07
24.07
2.89
33.63
16.61
2.64
31.86
15.92
2.95
30.47
19.97
2.62
28.85
19.28
2.93
28.18
19.23
2.61
26.66
18.53
2.91
27.58
23.27
2.60
26.09
22.58
2.91
26.07
26.07
2.60
24.94
24.94
2.91
35.93
18.96
2.70
33.90
18.22
3.01
32.60
23.65
2.67
30.75
22.90
2.98
30.20
22.67
2.66
28.46
21.93
2.97
29.66
28.13
2.65
28.05
28.05
2.96
29.36
29.36
2.65
28.01
28.01
2.96
Table 9 – Heat Pump Units
SIZE
INDOOR UNIT
OUTDOOR
UNIT
Capacity MBtuh†
115
125
Total
Total
Total
Total
Capacity MBtuh†
Capacity MBtuh†
Capacity MBtuh†
CFM
EWB
System
System
System
System
Total
Sens‡
Total
Sens‡
Total
Sens‡
Total
Sens‡
KW**
KW**
KW**
KW**
72
26.67
13.38
1.63
25.50
12.94
1.84
21.43
11.45
2.57
19.85
10.89
2.86
67
24.29
16.37
1.58
23.21
15.93
1.78
19.41
14.40
2.51
17.94
13.83
2.81
750
63
22.58
15.79
1.55
21.56
15.34
1.75
17.97
13.79
2.48
16.58
13.21
2.79
62
22.11
19.34
1.55
21.13
18.89
1.74
17.79
17.79
2.48
16.67
16.67
2.79
57
21.37
21.37
1.54
20.58
20.58
1.74
17.77
17.77
2.48
16.65
16.65
2.79
72
27.11
13.86
1.66
25.91
13.42
1.86
21.72
11.92
2.59
20.10
11.35
2.88
67
24.71
17.15
1.60
23.59
16.70
1.80
19.68
15.15
2.53
18.17
14.57
2.83
25HHA424A003
24
40MKQB34C----3
820
63
22.99
16.52
1.57
21.94
16.06
1.77
18.24
14.49
2.50
16.80
13.90
2.80
224ANS024000
62
22.54
20.40
1.56
21.52
19.92
1.76
18.31
18.31
2.50
17.14
17.14
2.81
57
22.05
22.05
1.56
21.23
21.23
1.76
18.28
18.28
2.50
17.12
17.12
2.81
72
28.46
15.93
1.74
27.14
15.47
1.94
22.57
13.90
2.66
20.83
13.31
2.95
67
25.96
20.47
1.67
24.72
19.99
1.87
20.48
18.33
2.60
18.88
17.65
2.89
1130
63
24.21
19.61
1.63
23.04
19.13
1.83
19.02
17.42
2.56
17.52
16.69
2.86
62
24.41
24.41
1.64
23.44
23.44
1.84
20.03
20.03
2.58
18.70
18.70
2.89
57
24.39
24.39
1.64
23.41
23.41
1.84
20.01
20.01
2.58
18.68
18.68
2.89
72
31.88
15.61
1.84
30.51
15.07
2.04
25.89
13.33
2.83
24.09
12.67
3.17
67
28.88
18.71
1.84
27.63
18.18
2.05
23.37
16.41
2.84
21.69
15.73
3.17
750
63
26.71
18.03
1.84
25.54
17.50
2.05
21.55
15.71
2.84
19.95
15.02
3.17
62
26.14
21.78
1.84
25.00
21.23
2.05
21.10
19.45
2.84
19.60
18.73
3.17
57
24.65
24.65
1.84
23.77
23.77
2.05
20.74
20.74
2.83
19.51
19.51
3.17
72
32.56
16.17
1.85
31.14
15.63
2.05
26.34
13.85
2.84
24.48
13.18
3.18
67
29.50
19.58
1.85
28.20
19.03
2.06
23.78
17.23
2.85
22.05
16.54
3.18
25HHA430A003
30
40MKQB34C----3
820
63
27.30
18.85
1.85
26.08
18.30
2.06
21.94
16.48
2.85
20.29
15.78
3.18
224ANS030000
62
26.72
22.95
1.85
25.53
22.40
2.06
21.55
20.52
2.85
20.16
20.16
3.18
57
25.53
25.53
1.85
24.60
24.60
2.06
21.42
21.42
2.85
20.13
20.13
3.18
72
34.65
18.50
1.88
33.02
17.92
2.09
27.67
16.04
2.88
25.62
15.33
3.21
67
31.43
23.25
1.89
29.94
22.67
2.10
25.00
20.75
2.88
23.10
20.01
3.22
1130
63
29.13
22.27
1.89
27.74
21.68
2.10
23.10
19.75
2.89
21.32
18.99
3.22
62
28.68
28.68
1.89
27.56
27.56
2.10
23.79
23.79
2.89
22.30
22.30
3.22
57
28.62
28.62
1.89
27.52
27.52
2.10
23.77
23.77
2.89
22.28
22.28
3.22
72
35.97
17.28
2.10
34.48
16.67
2.35
29.37
14.65
3.29
27.40
13.90
3.70
67
32.59
20.34
2.08
31.23
19.74
2.33
26.56
17.70
3.27
24.76
16.94
3.68
750
63
30.14
19.65
2.07
28.87
19.04
2.32
24.52
17.01
3.26
22.84
16.25
3.66
62
29.52
23.35
2.07
28.27
22.74
2.32
23.99
20.70
3.25
22.34
19.95
3.66
57
27.04
27.04
2.06
26.12
26.12
2.31
22.91
22.91
3.25
21.64
21.64
3.66
72
36.87
17.89
2.11
35.30
17.26
2.36
29.96
15.19
3.31
27.91
14.42
3.71
67
33.42
21.25
2.10
31.99
20.63
2.34
27.11
18.55
3.28
25.23
17.77
3.69
25HHA436A00x
34
40MKQB34C----3
820
63
30.92
20.51
2.09
29.59
19.89
2.33
25.04
17.80
3.27
23.28
17.03
3.68
224AxS036000
62
30.28
24.57
2.08
28.97
23.93
2.33
24.50
21.85
3.27
22.80
21.07
3.67
57
28.09
28.09
2.07
27.11
27.11
2.32
23.72
23.72
3.26
22.39
22.39
3.67
72
39.67
20.34
2.17
37.85
19.66
2.42
31.74
17.44
3.36
29.44
16.63
3.77
67
36.02
25.04
2.15
34.35
24.36
2.40
28.76
22.12
3.34
26.65
21.29
3.74
1130
63
33.38
24.06
2.14
31.83
23.38
2.38
26.62
21.14
3.32
24.64
20.31
3.73
62
32.71
29.64
2.13
31.22
28.92
2.38
26.57
26.57
3.32
24.97
24.97
3.73
57
31.82
31.82
2.13
30.63
30.63
2.38
26.54
26.54
3.32
24.94
24.94
3.73
Ӡ Total and sensible capacities are net capacities. Blower motor heat has been subtracted.
‡ Sensible capacities shown are based on 80° F (27° C) entering air at the indoor coil. For sensible capacities at other than 80° F (27° C), deduct 835 Btuh
(245 kW) per 1000 CFM (480 L/S) of indoor coil air for each degree below 80° F (27° C), or add 835 Btuh (245 kW) per 1000 CFM (480 L/S) of indoor coil air per degree above 80° F (27° C).
** System kw is total of indoor and outdoor unit kilowatts.
EWB — Entering Wet Bulb
NOTES:
1. Detailed cooling capacities are based on indoor and outdoor unit at the same elevation per AHRI standard 210/240--- 2008. If additional tubing length and/or indoor unit is located above outdoor unit, a slight variation in capacity may occur.
2. When the required data falls between the published data, interpolation may be performed. Extrapolation is not an acceptable practice.”
EVAPORATOR
AIR
COOLING PERFORMANCE DATA HEAT PUMP UNITS
30
24
SIZE
14
25HHA436A00x
224AxS036000
25HHA430A003
224ANS030000
40MKQB34C----3
40MKQB34C----3
25HHA424A003
224ANS024000
40MKQB34C----3
75
70
65
75
70
65
75
70
65
EDB
750
820
1130
750
820
1130
750
820
1130
750
820
1130
750
820
1130
750
820
1130
750
820
1130
750
820
1130
750
820
1130
CFM
INDOOR AIR
11.22
11.32
11.69
10.89
11.00
11.36
10.54
10.65
11.02
15.51
15.71
16.34
14.96
15.16
15.81
14.39
14.59
15.23
17.46
17.73
18.61
16.79
17.06
17.94
16.09
16.37
17.24
Total
10.23
10.32
10.66
9.93
10.03
10.35
9.61
9.71
10.05
14.14
14.32
14.90
13.64
13.82
14.41
13.12
13.30
13.89
15.92
16.16
16.96
15.31
15.56
16.36
14.67
14.92
15.72
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
17
1.28
1.27
1.26
1.35
1.34
1.32
1.41
1.41
1.39
1.82
1.80
1.77
1.89
1.88
1.84
1.97
1.95
1.92
2.14
2.11
2.05
2.22
2.20
2.14
2.32
2.29
2.23
Total
System
KW†
13.91
14.07
14.72
13.48
13.63
14.18
13.10
13.24
13.72
19.41
19.67
20.58
18.84
19.10
19.92
18.25
18.50
19.32
21.61
21.96
23.04
20.94
21.28
22.36
20.25
20.59
21.65
Total
12.35
12.50
13.07
11.97
12.11
12.59
11.63
11.76
12.19
17.24
17.47
18.28
16.73
16.96
17.69
16.21
16.44
17.16
19.20
19.50
20.46
18.60
18.90
19.86
17.99
18.28
19.23
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
27
1.33
1.32
1.29
1.39
1.38
1.35
1.46
1.45
1.42
1.92
1.89
1.84
2.00
1.97
1.92
2.08
2.06
2.00
2.26
2.23
2.13
2.36
2.32
2.23
2.46
2.42
2.33
Total
System
KW†
16.90
17.05
17.50
16.64
16.76
17.22
16.34
16.49
16.94
24.06
24.31
25.06
23.60
23.86
24.64
22.66
23.37
24.21
26.25
26.70
28.70
25.54
25.97
27.45
24.81
25.23
26.58
15.38
15.51
15.92
15.14
15.25
15.67
14.87
15.01
15.42
21.89
22.12
22.81
21.47
21.72
22.42
20.62
21.26
22.03
23.89
24.30
26.12
23.24
23.63
24.98
22.58
22.96
24.19
1.38
1.35
1.30
1.45
1.43
1.37
1.53
1.51
1.45
2.04
2.01
1.91
2.13
2.10
2.00
2.21
2.19
2.10
2.41
2.36
2.25
2.51
2.46
2.33
2.61
2.56
2.43
19.77
19.95
20.53
19.45
19.63
20.20
19.14
19.31
19.88
28.19
28.49
29.49
27.73
28.03
29.00
27.26
27.55
28.51
31.90
32.31
33.58
31.34
31.75
33.00
30.10
31.17
32.46
19.77
19.95
20.53
19.45
19.63
20.20
19.14
19.31
19.88
28.19
28.49
29.49
27.73
28.03
29.00
27.26
27.55
28.51
31.90
32.31
33.58
31.34
31.75
33.00
30.10
31.17
32.46
1.43
1.40
1.32
1.50
1.47
1.40
1.58
1.55
1.47
2.15
2.10
1.98
2.24
2.20
2.07
2.35
2.30
2.17
2.61
2.53
2.34
2.72
2.65
2.45
2.81
2.77
2.57
OUTDOOR COIL ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES deg F
37
47
Total
Total
Capacity MBtuh
Capacity MBtuh
System
System
Total
Integ*
Total
Integ*
KW†
KW†
57
23.20
23.44
24.18
22.83
23.07
23.81
22.46
22.69
23.43
32.81
33.23
34.59
32.27
32.67
33.99
31.75
32.12
33.39
36.86
37.38
39.13
36.25
36.76
38.44
35.64
36.14
37.76
Total
23.20
23.44
24.18
22.83
23.07
23.81
22.46
22.69
23.43
32.81
33.23
34.59
32.27
32.67
33.99
31.75
32.12
33.39
36.86
37.38
39.13
36.25
36.76
38.44
35.64
36.14
37.76
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
1.50
1.47
1.37
1.58
1.54
1.45
1.66
1.63
1.53
2.27
2.21
2.06
2.37
2.31
2.15
2.48
2.42
2.25
2.79
2.70
2.46
2.91
2.82
2.57
3.04
2.95
2.70
Total
System
KW†
67
27.19
27.47
28.12
26.78
27.07
27.78
26.35
26.65
27.42
38.06
38.62
40.45
37.41
37.96
39.73
36.76
37.30
39.02
42.47
43.18
45.52
41.75
42.44
44.70
41.04
41.70
43.89
Total
27.19
27.47
28.12
26.78
27.07
27.78
26.35
26.65
27.42
38.06
38.62
40.45
37.41
37.96
39.73
36.76
37.30
39.02
42.47
43.18
45.52
41.75
42.44
44.70
41.04
41.70
43.89
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
1.61
1.56
1.43
1.70
1.64
1.51
1.78
1.73
1.59
2.42
2.35
2.15
2.53
2.45
2.25
2.64
2.56
2.35
3.02
2.91
2.61
3.15
3.04
2.73
3.28
3.17
2.86
Total
System
KW†
”* The Btuh heating capacity values shown are net integrated values from which the defrost effect has been subtracted. The Btuh heating from supplement heaters should be added to those values to obtain total system capacity.
† The kW values include the compressor, outdoor fan motor, and indoor blower motor. The kW from supplement heaters should be added to these values to obtain total system kilowatts.
NOTE: When the required data falls between the published data, interpolation may be performed. Extrapolation is not an acceptable practice.
EDB — Entering Dry Bulb”
34
OUTDOOR UNIT
INDOOR UNIT
Table 10 – Heat Pump Units
HEATING PERFORMANCE DATA -- HEAT PUMP UNITS
14
APPLICATION DATA
UNIT SELECTION
SYSTEMS OPERATING CONDITIONS
The horizontal units are available as cooling only and heat pumps.
For most applications, the cooling load dictates the size selection.
Select equipment to either match or be slightly less than anticipated
peak load. This provides better humidity control, fewer unit cycles,
and better low load performance.
For units used in spaces with high sensible loads, base equipment
selection on unit sensible load, not on total anticipated load to
avoid oversizing the equipment.
Table 11—Cooling Operating Range
Maximum
Outdoor
Unit
Indoor
Unit
UNIT MOUNTING (INDOOR)
Unit leveling -- For reliable operation, units should be level in all
planes. Align and level the unit by adjusting the nuts and lock--nuts
on the threaded hangers.
Clearance -- A minimum of 12 inches (304.8 mm) of clearance is
required in the false ceiling.
Unit location -- Placing the unit in the center of the room will
provide the best air circulation and comfort. The unit return and
discharge should not be obstructed by anything which may cause
unit short cycling or air recirculation.
Support -- Threaded hangers should be used to install the unit and
the structure should provide adequate support for the weight of the
unit.
Mounting Template -- Fan coil units are supplied with a cardboard
template to help match the position of the hangers, refrigerant lines,
condensate drain pipe and power supply cable.
UNIT MOUNTING (OUTDOOR)
Unit leveling -- For reliable operation, units should be level in all
planes.
Clearance -- Minimum clearance, as shown in Fig. 10, must be
provided for airflow. The condensing units are designed for free--blow
application. Air inlets and outlets should not be restricted.
Unit location -- A location which is convenient to installation and
not exposed to strong wind. If the unit is exposed to strong winds it
is recommended that a wind baffle accessory be used.
A location which can bear the weight of outdoor unit and where
the outdoor unit can be mounted in a level position.
Minimum
DB _F (_C)
WB _F (_C)
DB _F (_C)
WB _F (_C)
125 (51.7)
----
55 (12.8)
----
90 (32.2)
84 (29)
64 (18)
59 (29)
Table 12—Heating Operating Range
Maximum
Outdoor
Unit
Indoor
Unit
Minimum
DB _F (_C)
WB _F (_C)
DB _F (_C)
WB _F (_C)
75 (23.9)
67 (19.4)
17 (--8.3)
----
80 (27)
----
32 (0)
----
Low Ambient Operation
Both the cooling only and heat pumps operate to cool down to
55_F (12.8_C). When equipped with a Low Ambient Controller,
the unit will operate down to --20_F (--28.9_C).
For proper operation of colling only units, a Winter Start Kit
(bypasses the Low Pressure Switch), a Crankcase Heater (prevents
refrigerant migration during compressor--off cycle), and a Wind
Baffle should also be installed.
On heat pumps, a Winter Start Kit will not be required. An
Isolation Relay, to bypass the Low Ambient Controller when unit
is in heating mode, is required.
Metering Devices
The metering device(s) for these systems is a type B accurator. The
cooling accurator is installed with the indoor unit, while the
heating accurator is installed with the outdoor unit. One Accurator
is required for the cooling only system and two are required for the
heat pump systems. Refer to following table for the accurator size.
Table 13—Metering Devices
System Size
kBTU/hr
018
024
030
034
Cooling Only
40MKCB**C
TXV
TXV
TXV
TXV
Heat Pumps
40MKQB**C
25HHA4/224ANS
TXV
0.049"
TXV
0.055"
TXV
0.063"
DRAIN CONNECTIONS
The in--ceiling cassette is supplied with a pump that is capable of
lifting the water 29.5in (750mm) above the top of the unit. A
downward sloped condensate drain pipe can be used to dispose of
water.
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REFRIGERANT LINES
CONTROL SYSTEM
General refrigerant line sizing:
The unit is equipped with a microprocessor controls to operate the
system and provide optimum levels of comfort and operating
efficiency.
The main microprocessor is located in the control box of the fan
coil unit with thermistors located in the fan coil inlet and on the
indoor coil. These thermistors monitor the system operation and
control the operating mode. To change the settings or the modes of
operation, use the factory supplied wireless remote control or
accessory wired controller.
The unit has 5 operating modes:
S Fan Only
S Auto (heat pump models only)
S Heating (heat pump models only)
S Cooling
S Dehumidification (Dry)
FAN ONLY -- In the Fan Only mode, the system filters and
circulates the room air without changing the room air temperature.
AUTO -- In Auto mode, the system will automatically select one of
the following operating modes: cooling, heating or fan only based
on the difference between the room temperature and the set point
temperature.
HEATING -- In the Heating mode, the system heats and filters
room air.
COOLING -- In the Cooling mode, the system cools, dries and
filters room air.
DEHUMIDIFICATION (DRY) -- in Dehumidification (Dry)
mode, the system dries, filters and slightly cools room temperature.
This mode does not take the place of a dehumidifier.
In addition to the above modes that are selected by using the
remote control. The unit can run in two other modes selected by
the manual button:
S EMERGENCY RUN
S TEST MODE
EMERGENCY mode -- is used when the remote control is
misplaced or the batteries in the remote control have expired.
Pushing the manual button under the front cover will put the unit
in Auto mode with a predetermined set point (73.4_F/ 23_C).
TEST mode -- is used when a technician needs to diagnose the
unit for a malfunction. The unit can be set into TEST mode using
the remote control. It will run regardless of the set point.
The microprocessor controls offer additional comfort and economy
features like SLEEP mode, TIMER and AUTO SWEEP. Refer to
the Owner’s Manual for additional details on these features.
1. Refrigerant lines should not be buried in the ground. If it is
necessary to bury the lines, not more than 36--in (914 mm)
should be buried. Provide a minimum 6--in (152 mm) vertical
rise to the service valves to prevent refrigerant migration.
2. Both lines must be insulated. Use a minimum of 1/2--in.
(12.7mm) thick insulation. Closed--cell insulation is
recommended in all long--line applications.
3. Special consideration should be given to isolating
interconnecting tubing from the building structure. Isolate
the tubing so that vibration or noise is not transmitted into
the structure.
NOTE: Since the same outdoor unit can be matched with
different types of indoor units, it may not have enough
refrigerant charge. Refer to the Physical Data tables to
determine if additional charge is required.
Long Line Applications
The minimum length between the indoor and outdoor units is 10 ft.
(3m). Refer to the following table for the maximum lengths allowed.
Table 14—Long Line Applications
Outdoor
Unit Size
18K-- 36K
Max Equivalent
Length* ft (m)
250 (76.2)
Max Elevation (ID
over OD) ft (m)
65 (19.8)
Max Elevation (OD
over ID ft (m)
200 (61)
NOTE: For lengths greater than 25 ft (7.6 m), refer to the
Residential Long Line guide.
* Maximum actual length not to exceed 200 ft (61 m)
Total equivalent length accounts for losses due to elbows or fitting.
See the Long Line Guideline for details.
USER INTERFACE
The units come standard with a wireless remote control. The
wireless remote has a range of 25 ft (8 m) when pointed toward the
unit.
For some applications (commercial), a wired remote may be more
desirable. A wired remote control is offered as an accessory.
Table 15—Airthrow Data
40MKCB18C-- - 3
40MKQB34C-- - 3
40MKQB34C-- - 3
16
Air Throw Data ft (m)
15 (4.6)
16 (4.9)
16 (4.9)
SOUND RATINGS
Outdoor Units
A-- WEIGHTED SOUND POWER (dBA)
Table 16—Sound Ratings
Standard
Outdoor Unit Size
Cooling Only
Heat Pump
Typical Octave Band Spectrum (dBA, without tone adjustment)
Rating
(dBA)
125
250
500
1000
2000
4000
8000
18
69
50.5
57.0
59.5
64.5
60.5
53.5
43.0
24
66
50.5
58.5
60.5
59.5
56.5
51.0
41.5
30
68
55.5
59.5
61.5
63.5
60.0
58.0
49.5
36
71
59.5
59.5
62.0
65.5
63.5
62.0
55.0
24
69
53.0
63.0
63.0
62.5
59.0
54.0
50.5
30
72
58.0
61.0
64.0
66.5
64.0
63.5
57.0
36
71
59.5
59.5
62.5
65.0
63.0
61.5
55.0
NOTE: Tested in accordance with AHRI Standard 270--08 (not listed in AHRI).
Indoor Units
Table 17—Sound Pressure Level
ESTIMATED CASSETTE SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL
AC: 18
Cooling operation Indoor Sound Pressure for CO and HP cooling mode (at Different
Speeds)
Heating operation Indoor Sound Pressure for HP heating mode (at Different Speeds)
dBa (cfm)
dBa (cfm)
47/43/39
(630/450/370)
NA
AC: 24 – 34
HP: 24 – 34
53/48/44 (1130/820/750)
52/46/42(1130/820/750)
ESTIMATED CASSETTE SOUND POWER LEVEL
AC: 18
Cooling operation Indoor Sound Pressure for CO and HP cooling mode (at Different
Speeds)
Heating operation Indoor Sound Pressure for HP heating mode (at Different Speeds)
dBa (cfm)
dBa (cfm)
57/53/49
(630/450/370)
NA
NOTES:
1. Sound power ratings are tested in accordance with AHRI standard 270 --- --- ---95 (not listed in AHRI) and AHRI 350.
2. Sound pressure ratings are estimated sound pressure, 3 feet (.91 m) from the unit, based on sound power data.
WIRING
The indoor and outdoor units have their own power supply. Refer to installation instructions for Wiring instructions.
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AC: 24 – 34
HP: 24 – 34
63/58/54 (1130/820/750)
62/56/52 (1130/820/750)
ELECTRICAL DATA
Table 18—24AHA4/124ANS Electrical Data
Unit Size -voltage series
18--30
24--30
30--30
36--30
36--50
36--60
V/PH
OPER VOLTS*
MAX
COMPR
MIN
208/230/1
253
197
208/230/3
460/3
253
506
197
414
FAN
LRA
RLA
FLA
56.3
62.9
73.0
77.0
71.0
38.0
9.0
10.9
14.1
14.1
9.0
5.6
0.50
0.50
0.70
1.20
1.20
0.60
MAX FUSE**
or CKT BRK
AMPS
20
25
30
30
20
15
MCA
11.8
14.1
18.3
18.8
12.5
7.6
Table 19—25HHA4/224ANS Electrical Data
Unit Size
Voltage Series
24--30
30--30
36--30
36--50
36--60
V/PH
OPER VOLTS
COMP
MAX
MIN
208/230/1
253
197
208/230/3
460/3
253
506
197
414
FAN
LRA
RLA
FLA
58.3
64.0
77.0
71.0
38.0
12.8
12.8
14.2
9.3
5.6
0.50
1.20
1.20
1.20
0.60
MAX FUSE**
or CKT BRK
AMPS
25
30
30
20
15
MCA
16.5
17.2
19.0
12.8
7.6
Table 20—40MKCB**C Electrical Data
Voltage Range
Indoor Unit Size
BTU/Hr
V--Ph--Hz
18K
24K – 34K
208–230 -- 1 -- 60
208–230 -- 1 -- 60
Fan
Power
Max Fuse CB Amp
(A)
15
15
Min (V)
Max (V)
FLA (A)
Min Ckt Amp (A)
187
187
253
253
0.332
0.8
1
1
Table 21—40MKQB**C Electrical Data
Voltage Range
Fan
Indoor Unit Size
BTU/Hr
V--Ph--Hz
Min (V)
Max (V)
FLA (A)
24K – 34K
208–230 -- 1 -- 60
187
253
0.8
LEGEND
FLA --- Full Load Amps
HACR--- Heating, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration
LRA--- Locked Rotor Amps
NEC--- National Electrical Code
RLA--- Rated Load Amps (compressor)
*Permissible limits of the voltage range at which the unit will operate satisfactorily
**Time--- Delay fuse.
Complies with 2007 requirements of ASHRAE Standards 90.1
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Power
Max Fuse CB Amp
Min Ckt Amp (A)
(A)
1
15
JR 6
To C C M
C omm.B us
10
X
CN 23
Y
E
JR 6
Ma g ne tism link
FAN
C DE
AB
C DE
7 9
0~15
16~31
C DE
AB
Notes:
1.To be wire d in acc ordance with Na tional
Electric N.E.C. and lo cal code s.
2.Use C opper c onductors only.
Use con ductors suitable for at le ast 75*C (167*F) .
3. If any of the o riginal wires, as supplie d
must be replace d, use t he sam e or equ ivalent wire.
Y C
4 56
4 56
7 9
8
32~47
F01
23
23
C DE
8
7 9
7 9
AB
4 56
4 56
8
F01
AB
F01
23
23
F01
Legend:
................Model sp ecific fe ature
CN 1: Live wire L1/Null line L2
CN 17: Null line C
CN111 :Comp ressor si gnal
CN 8: Fa n interface
CN 6: Co nnectors interface
CN 33: R emote a larm interface
CN 23: R emote sw itch interface
CN 13: P ump interface
CN 14: S wing motor interface
CN 5: Wa ter level switch interface
CN 10: D isplay bo ard interface
CN 3: Ce ntralized control system Interface
P 1 :Mag netism link interfa ce
CN 15: M otor interface
T1: Room tempera ture sen sor
T2: Pipe tempera ture sen sor
XT1:3 po le terminal block
XT 2: 5 p ole terminal bloc k
8
48~63
Fig. 8 – 40MKC**C wiring diagram
OUTDOOR UNIT SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
C
Fig. 9 – 24AHA4/124ANS Wiring Diagram 208/230V 1 Phase
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Fig. 10 – 24AHA4/124ANS Wiring Diagram 208/230 -- 460V 3 phase
20
JR 6
To C C M
C omm.B us
10
X
CN 23
Y
E
JR 6
Ma g ne tism link
FAN
C DE
AB
C DE
7 9
0~15
16~31
C DE
AB
Notes:
1.To be wired in accor dance w ith National
Electric N.E.C. and loca l codes.
2.Use C opper co nductors only.
Use con ductors suitable for at lea st 75*C( 167*F).
3. If any of the o riginal wires, as supplied
must be replace d, use th e same or equivalent wire.
Y O R C
4 56
4 56
7 9
8
32~47
F01
23
23
C DE
8
7 9
7 9
AB
4 56
4 56
8
F01
AB
F01
23
23
F01
Legend:
................Model sp ecific fea ture
CN 1: Live wire L1/Null l ine L2
CN 17: Controls 24V sign al interfac e(R/C)
CN111 : Signal in terface(Y /O)
CN 8:New fan interface
CN 6: Co nnectors interface
CN 33: R emote ala rm interface
CN 23: R emote sw itch interface
CN 13: P ump interface
CN 14: S wing motor interfa ce
CN 5: Wa ter level s witch interface
CN 10: D isplay bo ard interface
CN 3: Ce ntralized control sy stem Inte rface
P 1 :Magn etism link interface
CN 15: M otor interface
T1: Room tempera ture sens or
T2: Pipe temperature senso r
XT1:3 po le termina l block
XT2:5 po le termin al block
8
48~63
Fig. 11 – 40MKQ**C wiring diagram
OUTDOOR UNIT SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
Fig. 12 – 25HHA4/224ANS Wiring Diagram 208/230V 1 Phase
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Fig. 13 – 25HHA4/224ANS Wiring Diagram 208/230V 3 phase
Fig. 14 – 25HHA4/224ANS Wiring Diagram 460V 3 phase
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GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS
INDOOR CASSETTE DUCTLESS UNITS
Model Number: 40MKCC/40MKQC
Size Range: 1--1/2 to 2 -- 5/6 Ton Nominal Cooling and Heating Capacity
PART 1 -- GENERAL
1.01 System Description
Indoor, cassette, direct--expansion fan coils are matched with
cooling only or heat pump outdoor unit.
1.02 Agency Listings
Unit shall be rated per AHRI Standards 210/240 and listed in the
AHRI directory as a matched system.
1.03 Delivery, Storage, And Handling
Units shall be stored and handled per unit manufacturer’s
recommendations.
1.04 Warranty (For Inclusion By Specifying
Engineer)
PART 2 -- PRODUCTS
2.01 Equipment
A. General:
Indoor, direct--expansion, in--ceiling cassette fan coil. Unit shall be
complete with cooling/heating (heat pump systems only) coil, fan, fan
motor, piping connectors, electrical controls, microprocessor control
system, condensate pump, and hanging brackets and integral
temperature sensing.
B. Unit Cabinet:
Cabinet shall be constructed of zinc--coated steel. Fully insulated
discharge and inlet grilles shall be attractively styled, high--impact
polystyrene. Grille shall have hinges and can be opened to obtain
access to the cleanable filters, indoor fan motor and control box.
Fresh air intake shall be provided by simple knock--outs in a
cabinet side panel.
C. Fans:
1. Fan shall be centrifugal direct--drive blower type with air
intake in the center of the unit and discharge at the
perimeter. Automatic, motor--driven vertical air sweep shall
be provided standard. Automatic motor--driven louvers
shall be provided standard and shall be adjustable for 2, 3 or
4--way discharge.
2. Air sweep operation shall be user selectable.
D. Coil:
Coil shall be copper tube with aluminum fins and galvanized steel
tube sheets. Fins shall be bonded to the tubes by mechanical
expansion and specially coated for enhanced wettability. A drip
pan under the coil shall have a factory installed condensate pump
and drain connection for hose attachment to remove condensate.
E. Motors:
Motors shall be open drip--proof, permanently lubricated ball bearing
with inherent overload protection. Fan motors shall be 3--speed.
F. Controls:
Controls shall consist of a microprocessor--based control system
which shall control space temperature, determine optimum fan
speed, and run self diagnostics. the temperature control range shall
be from 62_F to 86_F (17_C to 30_C) in increments of 1_F or
1_C, and have 46_F Heating Mode (Heating Setback). The
wireless remote controller shall have the ability to act as the
temperature sensing location for room comfort.
The unit shall have the following functions as a minimum:
1. An automatic restart after power failure at the same
operating conditions as at failure.
2. A timer function to provide a minimum 24--hour timer
cycle for system Auto Start/Stop.
3. Temperature--sensing controls shall sense return air
temperature.
4. Indoor coil freeze protection.
5. Wireless infrared remote control to enter set points and
operating conditions.
6. Automatic air sweep control to provide on or off activation
of air sweep louvers.
7. Dehumidification mode shall provide increased latent
removal capability by modulating system operation and set
point temperature.
8. Fan--only operation to provide room air circulation when no
cooling is required.
9. Diagnostics shall provide continuous checks of unit
operation and warn of possible malfunctions. Error
messages shall be displayed at the unit.
10. Fan speed control shall be user--selectable: high, medium,
low, or microprocessor controlled automatic operation
during all operating modes.
11. Automatic heating--to--cooling changeover in heat pump
mode. Control shall include deadband to prevent rapid
mode cycling between heating and cooling.
12. Indoor coil high temperature protection shall be provided to
detect excessive indoor discharge temperature when unit is
in heat pump mode.
13. Cold blow prevention on heat pump units.
14. Automatic compensation for air stratification on heat pump
units.
G. Filters:
Unit shall have filter track with factory--supplied cleanable filters.
H. Electrical Requirements:
Indoor units shall be 208/230--1--60 and require their own power
supply. Only control wiring shall run between the indoor and
outdoor units.
I. Operating Characteristics:
The 40MK*C when matched with the appropriate outdoor section,
shall have a minimum listed SEER (seasonal energy efficiency
ratio) of 14 at AHRI conditions, and a minimum HSPF of 8.2.
J. Refrigerant Lines:
All units should have refrigerant lines that can be oriented to
connect from the left, right or back of unit. Both refrigerant lines
need to be insulated.
K. Special Features (Field Installed):
1. Wired Control: -- The wired control can replace the standard
wireless control and provide the User Interface to control
one unit.
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GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS
HORIZONTAL DISCHARGE OUTDOOR UNITS
Model Number: 24AHA4/25HHA4/124ANS/224ANS
Size Range: 1--1/2 to 2 -- 5/6 Ton Nominal Cooling and Heating Capacity
PART 1 -- GENERAL
1.01 System Description
A. Outdoor air--cooled split system compressor sections suitable for
on--the--ground, rooftop, wall hung or balcony mounting. Units
shall consist of a scroll compressor, an air--cooled coil,
propeller--type blow--through outdoor fan, reversing valve (HP),
accumulator, Accurator metering device(s), and control box. Units
shall discharge air horizontally as shown on the contract drawings.
Units shall function as the outdoor component of an air--to--air
cooling only, or heat pump system.
B. Units shall be used in a refrigeration circuit matched to ductless
cooling only or heat pump fan coil units.
1.02 Agency Listings
A. Unit construction shall comply with ANSI/ASHRAE 15, latest
revision, and with the NEC.
B. Units shall be evaluated in accordance with UL standard 1995.
C. Units shall be listed in the CEC directory.
D. Unit cabinet shall be capable of withstanding 500--hour salt spray
test per Federal Test Standard No. 141 (method 6061).
E. Air--cooled condenser coils shall be leak tested at 573 psig.
1.03 Delivery, Storage, And Handling
Units shall be shipped in one piece and shall be stored and handled
per unit manufacturer’s recommendations.
1.04 Warranty (For Inclusion By Specifying
Engineer)
PART 2 -- PRODUCTS
2.01 Equipment
A. General:
Factory assembled, single piece, air--cooled outdoor unit. Contained
within the unit enclosure shall be all factory wiring, piping, controls,
and the compressor.
B. Unit Cabinet:
1. Unit cabinet shall be constructed of galvanized steel,
bonderized and coated with a baked--enamel finish on inside
and outside.
2. Unit access panels shall be removable with minimal screws
and shall provide full access to the compressor, fan, and
control components.
3. Outdoor compartment shall be isolated and have an acoustic
lining to assure quiet operation.
4. Compressor compartment shall be isolated to allow performing
diagnostics while the system is running.
C. Fans:
1. Outdoor fans shall be direct--drive propeller type, and shall
discharge air horizontally. Fans shall blow air through the
outdoor coil.
2. Outdoor fan motors shall be totally enclosed, single phase
motors with class B insulation and permanently--lubricated
bearings. Motor shall be protected by internal thermal overload
protection.
3. Shaft shall have inherent corrosion resistance.
4. Fan blades shall be metallic and shall be statically and
dynamically balanced.
5. Outdoor fan openings shall be equipped with PVC coated
metal protective grille over fan.
D. Compressor:
1. Compressor shall be fully hermetic scroll type.
2. Compressor shall be equipped with oil system, operating oil
charge, and motor. Internal overloads shall protect the
compressor from over--temperature and over--current.
3. Motor shall be NEMA rated class F, suitable for operation
in a refrigerant atmosphere.
4. Compressor assembly shall be installed on rubber vibration
isolators.
5. Compressors shall be available in single--phase (sizes
18--36) and three--phase (size 36).
E. Outdoor Coil:
Coil shall be constructed of aluminum fins mechanically bonded to
seamless copper tubes, which are cleaned, dehydrated, and sealed.
F. Refrigeration Components:
Refrigerant circuit components shall include brass external liquid line
service valve with service gage port connections, suction line service
valve with service gage connection port, service gage port connections
on compressor suction and discharge lines with Schrader type fittings
with brass caps, accumulator, reversing valve.
G. Controls and Safeties:
Operating controls and safeties shall be factory selected, assembled,
and tested. The minimum control functions shall include:
1. Controls:
a. A time delay control sequence is provided standard through
the fan coil board.
b. Automatic outdoor--fan motor protection.
2. Safeties:
a. Diagnostics provided by matched indoor unit.
b. Compressor motor current and temperature overload
protection.
c. Outdoor fan failure protection (High Pressure Switch).
d. Low pressure protection.
e. Fusible plug to vent refrigerant safely in case of a fire.
H. Electrical Requirements:
1. All sizes shall operate on single--phase, 60 Hz power at
208/230V or on three--phase, 60 Hz power at either
208/230 or 460 (for 36 size units).
2. Unit control voltage to the indoor--fan coil shall be 24 VDC.
3. All power and control wiring must be installed per NEC
and all local electrical codes.
I. Refrigerant Line Lengths:
1. The unit shall be capable of 200 ft (61 m) maximum piping,
a maximum lift (fan coil above) of 65 ft (19.8 m) and a
maximum drop (fan coil below) of 150 ft (45.8 m).
Accessories will be required to achieve these lengths.
J. Special Features (Field Installed):
1. Low--Ambient Kit: Control shall regulate fan--motor cycles
in response to saturated condensing temperature of the unit.
The control shall be capable of maintaining a condensing
temperature of 100_F  10_F (37.78_C  5.5_C) with
outdoor temperatures to --20_F (--28.9_C). Installation of kit
shall not require changing the outdoor fan motor.
2. Crankcase Heater
3. Wind baffle
4. Stacking Kit
5. Wall Mounting Kit
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Copyright 2015 CAC/BDP S 7310 W. Morris St. S Indianapolis, IN 46231
Edition Date: 09/15
Manufacturer reserves the right to change, at any time, specifications and designs without notice and without obligations.
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Catalog No.40MKC(Q)B---C ---01PD
Replaces: NEW
25HHA4
Performancet Series Heat Pump
with Puronr Refrigerant
1---1/2 to 5 Nominal Tons
Product Data
INDUSTRY LEADING
FEATURES / BENEFITS
Energy Efficiency
S 14 -- 15 SEER/11.5 -- 12.5 EER/8.2 -- 8.5 HSPF
(Based on tested combinations)
Sound
S Levels as low as 69 dBA
Design Features
S Small footprint
S WeatherArmort cabinet
 All steel cabinet construction
 Mesh coil guard
Carrier Heat Pumps with Puronr refrigerant provide a collection
of features unmatched by any other family of equipment. The
25HHA4 has been designed utilizing Carrier’s Puron refrigerant.
This environmentally sound refrigerant allows you to make a
responsible decision in the protection of the earth’s ozone layer.
NOTE: Ratings contained in this document are subject to
change at any time. Always refer to the AHRI directory
(www.ahridirectory.org) for the most up--to--date ratings
information.
Reliability, Quality and Toughness
S Scroll compressor
S Factory--supplied filter drier
S High pressure switch
S Low pressure switch
S Accumulator
S Line lengths up to 250’ (76.2 m)
S Low ambient operation
(down to
accessories)
--20_F/--28.9_C
with
low
ambient
MODEL NUMBER NOMENCLATURE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
N
N
A
A
A/N
N
2
5
H
H
A
4
Product
Series
Product
Family
Product
Type
Major
Series
SEER
25=HP
H = HP
H=
Horizontal
Discharge
8
9
10
11
12
13
N
N
A/N
A/N
A/N
N
N
1
8
A
0
0
3
0
Variations
Open
Open
Voltage
Minor
Series
A=Standard
0=Not
Defined
0=Not
Defined
3=208/230 ---1
5=208/230 ---3
6=460/3
0, 1, 2...
Cooling
Capacity
4 = 14
SEER
Use of the AHRI Certified
TM Mark indicates a
manufacturer’s
participation in the
program For verification
of certification for individual
products, go to
www.ahridirectory.org.
PHYSICAL DATA
UNIT SIZE --- SERIES
18---30
24---30
30---30
36---30, 50, 60
COMPRESSOR TYPE
REFRIGERANT
60---30, 50, 60
10.95 (4.97)
11.82 (5.36)
2785
Puron (R--- 410A)
Control
Charge lb (kg)
48---30, 50, 60
Scroll
TXV (Puron Hard Shutoff)
6.72 (3.05)
7.67 (3.48)
12.07 (5.47)
COND FAN
12.32 (5.59)
Propeller Type, Direct Drive
Air Discharge
Horizontal
Air Qty (CFM)
1285
1285
2615
2615
2785
Motor HP
1/12
1/12
1/4
1/4
1/4
1/4
Motor RPM
800
800
800
800
800
800
Face Area (Sq ft)
5.8
7.3
12.1
12.1
14.1
14.1
Fins per In.
20
20
20
20
20
20
Rows
2
2
2
2
2
2
Circuits
3
3
6
5
6
6
5/8
3/4
3/4
7/8
7/8
7/8
7/8
7/8
1 1/8
COND COIL
VALVE CONNECT. (In. ID)
Vapor
Liquid
3/8
REFRIGERANT TUBES* (In. OD)
Rated Vapor*
5/8
3/4
3/4
Max Liquid Line{
3/8
* Units are rated with 25 ft (7.6 m) of lineset length. See Vapor Line Sizing and Cooling Capacity Loss table when using other sizes and lengths of lineset.
Note: See unit Installation Instruction for proper installation.
{ See Liquid Line Sizing For Cooling Only Systems with Puron Refrigerant tables.
2
VAPOR LINE SIZING AND COOLING CAPACITY LOSS
LONG LINE APPLICATION: An application is considered
”Long line” when the total equivalent tubing length exceeds 80
ft. (24.38 m) or when there is more than 20 ft. (6.09 m) vertical
separation between indoor and outdoor units. These applications
require additional accessories and system modifications for
reliable system operation. The maximum allowable total
equivalent length is up to 250 ft. (76.2 m). The maximum
Unit Nominal Size
(Btuh)
Maximum
Liquid Line
Diameters
(In.) OD
Vapor Line
Diameters
(In.) OD
vertical separation is 200 ft. (60.96 m) when outdoor unit is
above indoor unit, and up to 80 ft. (24.38 m) when the outdoor
unit is below the indoor unit. Refer to Accessory Usage Guideline
below for required accessories. See Longline Application
Guideline for required piping and system modifications. Also,
refer to the table below for the vapor tube diameters based on the
total length to minimize the cooling capacity loss.
Cooling Capacity Loss (%)
Total Equivalent Line Length ft. (m)
Standard
Application
26--- 50
(7.9--- 15.2)
51--- 80
Long Line Application Requires Accessories
81--- 100
101--- 125
126--- 150
151--- 175
176--- 200
201--- 225
226--- 250
(15.5--- 24.4) (24.7--- 30.5) (30.8--- 38.1) (38.4--- 45.7) (46.0--- 50.3) (53.6--- 60.0) (61.3--- 68.6) (68.9--- 76.2)
18,000
1 ---Stage Puron HP
1/2
1
2
3
4
6
7
8
9
10
5/8
0
0
1
1
1
2
2
3
3
24,000
1 ---Stage Puron HP
5/8
0
1
1
2
3
3
4
4
5
3/4
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
5/8
1
2
3
3
4
5
6
7
8
3/4
0
0
1
1
1
2
2
2
3
7/8
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
5/8
1
2
4
5
6
7
9
10
11
3/4
0
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
7/8
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
2
3/4
0
1
2
3
4
5
5
6
7
7/8
0
0
1
1
2
2
2
3
3
3/4
1
2
4
5
6
7
9
10
11
7/8
0
1
2
2
3
4
4
5
5
30,000
1 ---Stage Puron HP
36,000
1 ---Stage Puron HP
48,000
1 ---Stage Puron HP
60,000
1 ---Stage Puron HP
3/8
1 ---1/8
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
Applications in this area are long line. Accessories are required as shown recommended on Long Line Application Guidelines
Applications in this area may have height restrictions that limit allowable total equivalent length, when outdoor unit is below indoor unit See Long Line Application Guidelines
3
ACCESSORIES
Unit Size (Voltage/Series)
KIT NUMBER
KIT NAME
018
(30)
024
(30)
030
(30)
036
(30)
036
(50)
036
(60)
X
X
S
S
S
S
048
(30)
048
(50)
X
X
048
(60)
060
(30)
060
(50)
X
X
060
(60)
KAACH1701AAA
Crankcase Heater
KAACH1601AAA
Crankcase Heater
KAACH1901AAA
Crankcase Heater
KAACS0201PTC
PTC Start Assist
X
X
X
X
KAAFT0101AAA
Evaporator Freeze Stat
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
KAATD0101TDR
Time Delay Relay
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
KHAIR0201AAA
Isolation Relay
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
KSALA0301410
Low Ambient Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
KSALA0801AAA
MotorMasterr 230v
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
KSALA0901AAA
MotorMasterr 460v
53DS--- 900--- --- --- 070
Wind Baffle
53DS--- 900--- --- --- 087
Wind Baffle
53DS--- 900--- --- --- 071
Wind Baffle
53DS--- 900--- --- --- 088
Wind Baffle
53DS--- 900--- --- --- 077
Wall Mounting Kit
53DS--- 900--- --- --- 078
Wall Mounting Kit
X
X
X
X
KSASH2301COP
Sound Blanket Kit
X
X
X
X
KSASH2401COP
Sound Blanket Kit
KHALS0401LLS
Solenoid Valve Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
KSAHS1501AAA
Capacitor Relay Start Assist
X
X
X
X
KSACY0101AAA
Cycle Protector
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X = Accessory
ACCESSORY THERMOSTATS
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
TP-WEM01
Côr™ Thermostat
TP-PRH01-A
edge™ Programmable Relative Humidity Thermostat
TP-PHP01
edge™ Programmable Thermostat
TP-NRH01
edge™ Non-Programmable Relative Humidity Thermostat
TP-NHP01
edge™ Non-Programmable Thermostat
TC-WHS01
Wi-Fi Thermostat
TC-PHP01
Programmable Thermostat
TC-NHP01
Non-Programmable Thermostat
TCSNHP01
Non-Programmable Standard Screen Thermostat
THERMOSTAT ACCESSORIES
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
THERMOSTATS USED WITH
TP-EXP
edge™ EXP Card
Programmable edge™ thermostats
TSTATCCSEN01-B
Outdoor Air Temperature Sensor
TP-Pxx, TP-Nxx
TSTATXXCNV10
Thermostat Conversion Kit (4 to 5 wire) - 10 pack
All Carrier branded thermostats
TX-MBP01
Medium Decorative Backplate
TC-Nxx
TX-LBP01
Large Decorative Backplate
TP-Pxx, TP-Nxx, TC-Pxx
4
ACCESSORY USAGE GUIDELINE
Accessory
REQUIRED FOR LOW --- AMBIENT
COOLING APPLICATIONS
(Below 55F / 12.8C)
REQUIRED FOR
LONG LINE APPLICATIONS*
(Over 80 ft. / 24.38 m)
REQUIRED FOR
SEA COAST APPLICATIONS
(Within 2 miles / 3.22 km)
Ball Bearing Fan Motor
Standard
Standard
Standard
Compressor Start Assist Capacitor and
Relay
Yes
Yes
No
Crankcase Heater
Yes
Yes
No
Evaporator Freeze Thermostat
Yes
No
No
Isolation Relay
Yes
No
Liquid Line Solenoid Valve
No
No
See Long --- Line Application
Guideline
Low Ambient Pressure Switch or
MotorMaster Controller
Yes
No
No
No
* For tubing line sets between 80 and 200 ft. (24.38 and 60.96 m) and/or 20 ft. (6.09 m) vertical differential, refer to Residential Split---System Longline
Application Guideline.
Accessory Description and Usage (Listed Alphabetically)
6. Liquid--Line Solenoid Valve (LLS)
An electrically operated shutoff valve which stops and starts
refrigerant liquid flow in response to compressor operation. It is
to be installed at the outdoor unit to control refrigerant off cycle
migration in the heating mode.
Usage Guideline:
An LLS is required in all long line heat pump
applications to control refrigerant off cycle migration in
the heating mode. See Long Line Guideline.
7. Low--Ambient Pressure Switch Kit
A long life pressure switch which is mounted to outdoor unit
service valve. It is designed to cycle the outdoor fan motor in
order to maintain head pressure within normal operating limits.
The control will maintain working head pressure at low--ambient
temperatures down to 0_F (--18_C) when properly installed.
Usage Guideline:
A Low--Ambient Pressure Switch or MotorMasterr
Low--Ambient Controller must be used when cooling
operation is used at outdoor temperatures below 55_F
(12.8_C).
Suggested for all commercial applications.
8. MotorMaster Low--Ambient Controller
A fan--speed control device activated by a temperature sensor,
designed to control condenser fan motor speed in response to the
saturated condensing temperatures down to --20_F (--28.9_C), it
maintains condensing temperature at --100_F +/-- 10_F (37.8_C +
--6_C)
Usage Guideline:
A MotorMaster Low--Ambient Controller or
Low--Ambient Pressure Switch must be used when
cooling operation is used at outdoor temperatures
below 55_F (12.8_C).
Suggested for all commercial applications.
1. Ball--Bearing Fan Motor
A fan motor with ball bearings which permits speed reduction
while maintaining bearing lubrication.
Usage Guideline:
Required on all units when using MotorMasterr
2. Compressor Start Assist -- Capacitor and Relay
Start capacitor and relay gives a ”hard” boost to compressor
motor at each start up.
Usage Guideline:
Required for reciprocating compressors in the
following applications:
Long line
Low ambient cooling
Hard shut off expansion valve on indoor coil
Liquid line solenoid on indoor coil
Required for single--phase scroll compressors in the
following applications:
Long line
Low ambient cooling
Suggested for all compressors in areas with a history of
low voltage problems.
3. Crankcase Heater
An electric resistance heater which mounts to the base of the
compressor to keep the lubricant warm during off cycles.
Improves compressor lubrication on restart and minimizes the
chance of liquid slugging.
Usage Guideline:
Required in low ambient cooling applications.
Required in long line applications.
Suggested in all commercial applications.
4. Evaporator Freeze Thermostat
An SPST temperature--actuated switch that stops unit operation
when evaporator reaches freeze--up conditions.
Usage Guideline:
Required when low ambient kit has been added.
5. Isolation Relay
An SPDT relay that switches the low--ambient controller out fo
the outdoor fan motor circuit when the heat pump switches to
heating mode.
Usage Guideline:
Required on all heat pumps where low--ambient kit has
been added.
5
ELECTRICAL DATA
UNIT SIZE --voltage,series
V/PH
OPER VOLTS*
MAX
MIN
COMPR
LRA
48.0
58.3
64.0
77.0
117.0
144.2
71.0
83.1
110.0
38.0
41.0
52.0
FAN
FLA
0.50
0.50
1.20
1.20
1.45
1.45
1.20
1.45
1.45
0.60
0.80
0.80
RLA
9.0
12.8
12.8
14.2
21.8
25.5
9.3
13.7
17.1
5.6
6.2
7.8
18--- 30
24--- 30
30--- 30
208/230/1
253
197
36--- 30
48--- 30
60--- 30
36--- 50
48--- 50
208/230/3
253
197
60--- 50
36--- 60
48--- 60
460/3
506
414
60--- 60
LEGEND:
FLA
--- Full Load Amps
HACR --- Heating, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration
LRA
--- Locked Rotor Amps
NEC
--- National Electrical Code
RLA
--- Rated Load Amps (compressor)
* Permissible limits of the voltage range at which the unit will operate satisfactorily
** Time ---Delay fuse.
Complies with 2007 requirements of ASHRAE Standards 90.1
MCA
MAX FUSE** or
CKT BRK AMPS
11.8
16.5
17.2
19.0
28.8
33.4
12.8
18.6
22.9
7.6
8.6
10.6
20
25
30
30
50
50
20
30
40
15
15
15
A--WEIGHTED SOUND POWER (dBA)
Unit Size
18
24
30
36
48
60
Standard
Rating
(dBA)
70
69
72
71
73
74
Typical Octave Band Spectrum (dBA, without tone adjustment)
125
250
500
1000
2000
4000
8000
53.5
53.0
58.0
60.5
60.0
70.0
59.5
63.0
61.0
60.5
59.0
62.0
61.5
63.0
64.0
64.0
65.0
65.0
65.5
62.5
66.5
65.5
68.0
66.0
59.5
59.0
64.0
64.0
64.0
64.5
55.5
54.0
63.5
62.0
61.0
64.0
46.0
50.5
57.0
56.5
55.5
57.5
NOTE: Tested in accordance with AHRI Standard 270 ---08 (not listed in AHRI).
A--WEIGHTED SOUND POWER (dBA) WITH ACCESSORY SOUND SHIELD
Unit Size
18
24
30
36
48
60
Standard
Rating
(dBA)
N/A
N/A
71
70
72
72
Typical Octave Band Spectrum (dBA, without tone adjustment)
125
250
500
1000
2000
4000
8000
----57.5
59.5
56.5
62.0
----61.0
60.5
59.5
60.5
----63.5
63.0
63.5
64.5
----65.5
64.5
67.5
65.0
----63.0
63.0
64.0
64.0
----63.5
61.5
60.5
63.5
----57.0
56.0
55.0
54.5
NOTES:
Tested in accordance with AHRI Standard 270 ---08 (not listed in AHRI).
Accessory sound shield will not accommodate unit sizes 18 and 24.
CHARGING SUBCOOLING (TXV--TYPE EXPANSION DEVICE)
UNIT SIZE --- SERIES
18
24
30
36
48
60
REQUIRED SUBCOOLING ° F (° C)
12 (6.7)
14 (7.8))
11 (6.1)
14 (7.8)
11 (6.1)
12 (6.7)
6
7
DIMENSIONS -- ENGLISH
8
DIMENSIONS -- SI
9
BUILDING HEAT LOSS, UNIT INTEGRATED HEATING CAPACITY, MBTUH
0
-10 (-23.3)
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
0 (-17.8)
10 (-12.2)
BALANCE POINT WORKSHEET
30 (-1.1)
40 (4.4)
50 (10.0)
OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE, ºF (ºC)
20 (-6.7)
60 (15.6)
70 (21.1)
BASED ON INDOOR ENTERING AIR
AT 70◦F (21.1◦C) AND AT RATED CFM
80 (26.7)
25HHA418A
FFMANP019
25HHA424A
FFMNAP025
25HHA430A
FFMANP031
25HHA436A
FFMANP037
25HHA448A
FB4CNP048L
25HHA460A
FX4DN(B,F)061L
0.0
2.9
5.9
8.8
11.7
14.6
17.6
20.5
23.4
kW
TESTED AHRI COMBINATION RATINGS*
NOTE: Ratings contained in this document are subject to change at any time.
For AHRI ratings certificates, please refer to the AHRI directory www.ahridirectory.org
Additional ratings and system combinations can be accessed via the Carrier database at: www.MyCarrierRatings.com
For performance data at specific application &/or design conditions with various indoor unit combinations, the equipment
performance calculator can be accessed at : http://rpmob.wrightsoft.com/
Model Number
Indoor Coil
Model Number
25HHA418A**30
25HHA424A**30
25HHA430A**30
25HHA436A**30
25HHA436A**50
25HHA436A**60
25HHA448A**30
25HHA448A**50
25HHA448A**60
25HHA460A**30
25HHA460A**50
25HHA460A**60
FFMANP019
FFMANP025
FFMANP031
FFMANP037
FFMANP037
FFMANP037
FB4CNP048L
FB4CNP048L
FB4CNP048L
FX4DN(B,F)061L
FX4DN(B,F)061L
FX4DN(B,F)061L
Furnace Model
Number
Cooling
Capacity
EER
SEER
18,000
23,400
28,800
34,200
34,200
34,200
45,500
45,500
45,500
55,000
55,000
55,000
11.5
11.5
12.5
12.0
12.0
12.0
11.5
11.5
11.5
11.5
11.5
11.5
14
14
15
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
High Temp
Capacity
COP
47˚F (8˚C)
17,200
3.80
22,800
3.74
28,200
4.02
34,200
3.94
34,200
3.94
34,200
3.94
46,000
3.66
46,000
3.66
46,000
3.66
55,000
3.78
55,000
3.78
55,000
3.78
HSPF
8.2
8.2
8.5
8.5
8.5
8.5
8.2
8.2
8.2
8.2
8.2
8.2
Low Temp
Capacity
17˚F ( ---8˚C)
10,400
13,800
17,500
21,000
21,000
21,000
29,000
29,000
29,000
33,600
33,600
33,600
COP
2.48
2.50
2.62
2.60
2.60
2.60
2.56
2.56
2.56
2.62
2.62
2.62
EER — Energy Efficiency Ratio
SEER — Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio
TXV — Thermostatic Expansion Valve
NOTES:
1. Ratings are net values reflecting the effects of circulating fan motor heat. Supplemental electric heat is not included.
2. Tested outdoor/indoor combinations have been tested in accordance with DOE test procedures for central air conditioners. Ratings for other combinations
are determined under DOE computer simulation procedures.
3. Determine actual CFM values obtainable for your system by referring to fan performance data in fan coil or furnace coil literature.
4. Do not apply with capillary tube coils as performance and reliability are significantly affected.
10
11
18.85
57 (13.9)
24.83
24.83
62 (16.7)
57 (13.9)
26.89
67 (19.4)
24.99
29.55
72 (22.2)
63 (17.2)
24.01
57 (13.9)
26.50
67 (19.4)
24.27
29.13
72 (22.2)
62 (16.7)
23.03
57 (13.9)
24.61
23.68
62 (16.7)
63 (17.2)
24.11
25.98
63 (17.2)
28.58
67 (19.4)
Total
72 (22.2)
EWB
_F (_C)
75 (23.9)
18.85
18.87
15.06
15.72
12.49
18.16
17.69
14.21
14.81
11.92
17.35
16.38
13.32
13.86
11.33
Sens‡
24.83
24.83
19.66
20.50
16.19
24.01
23.23
18.60
19.36
15.49
23.03
21.57
17.49
18.17
14.75
Sens‡
Capacity MBtuh†
18.87
62 (16.7)
20.52
67 (19.4)
19.01
22.63
72 (22.2)
63 (17.2)
18.16
57 (13.9)
20.16
67 (19.4)
18.38
22.25
72 (22.2)
62 (16.7)
17.35
57 (13.9)
18.67
17.90
62 (16.7)
63 (17.2)
18.24
63 (17.2)
19.71
67 (19.4)
Total
21.77
See notes on pg. 13
900
800
700
CFM
75 (23.9)
Capacity MBtuh†
72 (22.2)
EWB
_F (_C)
Evaporator Air
675
600
525
CFM
Evaporator Air
1.66
1.66
1.67
1.70
1.76
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.66
1.72
1.59
1.60
1.60
1.63
1.68
Total
System
KW**
1.25
1.25
1.25
1.26
1.27
1.23
1.23
1.24
1.24
1.26
1.21
1.22
1.22
1.23
1.24
Total
System
KW**
85 (29.4)
18.03
18.06
14.62
15.28
12.05
17.39
17.25
13.77
14.37
11.49
16.63
15.96
12.89
13.43
10.90
Sens‡
23.81
23.84
23.74
25.55
28.10
23.05
23.14
23.40
25.20
27.73
22.13
22.57
22.95
24.74
27.22
Total
23.81
23.84
19.12
19.97
15.66
23.05
22.67
18.06
18.83
14.97
22.13
21.05
16.97
17.65
14.23
Sens‡
Capacity MBtuh†
18.03
18.06
17.99
19.42
21.42
17.39
17.47
17.69
19.11
21.10
16.63
17.00
17.30
18.70
20.66
Total
Capacity MBtuh†
85 (29.4)
DETAILED COOLING CAPACITIES
95 (35)
Sens‡
Total
System
KW**
105 (40.6)
Total
Sens‡
Capacity MBtuh†
17.16
17.19
16.93
18.28
20.17
16.57
16.60
16.66
18.00
19.88
15.87
16.05
16.31
17.64
19.51
1.57
1.57
1.57
1.58
1.60
1.55
1.55
1.55
1.57
1.58
1.53
1.53
1.53
1.55
1.57
16.24
16.27
15.82
17.10
18.87
15.71
15.73
15.58
16.85
18.62
15.06
15.09
15.28
16.54
18.30
16.24
16.27
13.69
14.36
11.13
15.71
15.73
12.86
13.47
10.59
15.06
15.01
11.99
12.54
10.01
95 (35)
105 (40.6)
CONDENSER ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES _F (_C)
17.16
17.19
14.16
14.83
11.60
16.57
16.60
13.32
13.92
11.04
15.87
15.52
12.45
12.99
10.46
25HHA418A**30 Outdoor Section With FFMANP019 Indoor Section
Total
Capacity MBtuh†
1.86
1.86
1.86
1.89
1.95
1.82
1.82
1.83
1.86
1.91
1.78
1.79
1.79
1.82
1.87
22.70
22.73
22.40
24.12
26.55
22.00
22.03
22.09
23.81
26.22
21.15
21.38
21.70
23.40
25.78
22.70
22.73
18.55
19.40
15.10
22.00
22.03
17.50
18.27
14.42
21.15
20.49
16.41
17.10
13.70
2.08
2.08
2.07
2.11
2.16
2.04
2.04
2.04
2.07
2.13
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.03
2.09
21.50
21.53
20.97
22.60
24.89
20.86
20.89
20.69
22.32
24.61
20.08
20.13
20.34
21.96
24.23
21.50
21.53
17.95
18.81
14.51
20.86
20.89
16.90
17.68
13.83
20.08
19.94
15.81
16.51
13.12
Total
Total
Capacity MBtuh†
Capacity MBtuh†
System
System
Total
Sens‡
Total
Sens‡
KW**
KW**
25HHA424A**30 Outdoor Section With FFMANP025 Indoor Section
1.40
1.40
1.40
1.41
1.43
1.39
1.39
1.39
1.40
1.41
1.37
1.37
1.37
1.38
1.40
Total
System
KW**
CONDENSER ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES _F (_C)
2.32
2.32
2.31
2.34
2.40
2.28
2.28
2.27
2.31
2.36
2.24
2.24
2.24
2.27
2.32
Total
System
KW**
1.76
1.76
1.75
1.77
1.79
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.75
1.77
1.72
1.72
1.72
1.73
1.75
Total
System
KW**
115 (46.1)
115 (46.1)
15.26
15.28
13.20
13.88
10.65
14.78
14.80
12.38
12.99
10.11
14.20
14.22
11.52
12.07
9.54
Sens‡
20.19
20.22
19.43
20.97
23.11
19.61
19.64
19.19
20.73
22.88
18.91
18.94
18.88
20.41
22.56
Total
20.19
20.22
17.30
18.17
13.89
19.61
19.64
16.27
17.05
13.21
18.91
18.94
15.19
15.89
12.51
Sens‡
Capacity MBtuh†
15.26
15.28
14.66
15.85
17.50
14.78
14.80
14.46
15.64
17.29
14.20
14.22
14.19
15.37
17.02
Total
Capacity MBtuh†
2.58
2.58
2.57
2.60
2.65
2.55
2.55
2.54
2.57
2.62
2.51
2.51
2.50
2.53
2.58
Total
System
KW**
1.96
1.97
1.96
1.97
2.00
1.94
1.94
1.94
1.96
1.98
1.92
1.92
1.92
1.94
1.96
Total
System
KW**
125 (51.7)
125 (51.7)
14.22
14.24
12.69
13.37
10.16
13.79
13.81
11.88
12.49
9.62
13.27
13.29
11.04
11.58
9.06
Sens‡
18.78
18.80
17.79
19.23
21.21
18.26
18.29
17.58
19.02
21.03
17.63
17.66
17.32
18.76
20.77
Total
18.78
18.80
16.60
17.49
13.23
18.26
18.29
15.59
16.39
12.56
17.63
17.66
14.52
15.23
11.87
Sens‡
Capacity MBtuh†
14.22
14.24
13.46
14.56
16.07
13.79
13.81
13.28
14.38
15.91
13.27
13.29
13.05
14.15
15.68
Total
Capacity MBtuh†
2.88
2.88
2.86
2.89
2.94
2.84
2.84
2.83
2.85
2.90
2.80
2.80
2.80
2.82
2.87
Total
System
KW**
2.20
2.20
2.19
2.20
2.23
2.18
2.18
2.17
2.19
2.21
2.16
2.16
2.15
2.17
2.19
Total
System
KW**
12
31.76
57 (13.9)
35.66
35.62
62 (16.7)
57 (13.9)
38.48
67 (19.4)
35.68
42.44
72 (22.2)
63 (17.2)
34.72
57 (13.9)
38.06
67 (19.4)
34.91
41.98
72 (22.2)
62 (16.7)
33.32
57 (13.9)
35.26
34.03
62 (16.7)
63 (17.2)
34.58
37.36
63 (17.2)
41.22
67 (19.4)
Total
72 (22.2)
EWB
_F (_C)
75 (23.9)
31.76
31.80
24.39
25.48
19.72
30.82
30.86
23.00
23.97
18.82
29.67
26.93
21.54
22.42
17.88
Sens‡
35.62
35.66
27.45
28.68
22.61
34.72
32.97
26.28
27.42
21.85
33.32
30.64
24.71
25.73
20.81
Sens‡
Capacity MBtuh†
31.80
62 (16.7)
33.51
67 (19.4)
31.23
36.64
72 (22.2)
63 (17.2)
30.82
57 (13.9)
33.09
67 (19.4)
30.86
36.23
72 (22.2)
62 (16.7)
29.67
57 (13.9)
30.81
29.91
62 (16.7)
63 (17.2)
30.26
63 (17.2)
32.54
67 (19.4)
Total
35.68
See notes on pg. 13
1315
1200
1050
CFM
75 (23.9)
Capacity MBtuh†
72 (22.2)
EWB
_F (_C)
Evaporator Air
1125
1000
875
CFM
Evaporator Air
2.36
2.36
2.36
2.37
2.39
2.32
2.32
2.32
2.33
2.35
2.27
2.27
2.27
2.29
2.31
Total
System
KW**
1.93
1.93
1.93
1.92
1.91
1.90
1.90
1.90
1.90
1.88
1.88
1.88
1.88
1.87
1.86
Total
System
KW**
85 (29.4)
30.05
30.09
23.60
24.68
18.92
29.21
29.25
22.23
23.19
18.03
28.17
28.08
20.79
21.65
17.10
Sens‡
34.15
34.19
33.88
36.56
40.30
33.32
33.32
33.52
36.17
39.91
32.02
32.44
32.91
35.55
39.23
Total
34.15
34.19
26.71
27.94
21.87
33.32
33.32
25.55
26.68
21.11
32.02
29.92
23.98
25.00
20.08
Sens‡
Capacity MBtuh†
30.05
30.09
29.25
31.35
34.23
29.21
29.25
28.88
30.99
33.89
28.17
28.23
28.41
30.52
33.43
Total
Capacity MBtuh†
85 (29.4)
Sens‡
Total
System
KW**
105 (40.6)
Total
Sens‡
Capacity MBtuh†
28.22
28.26
27.17
29.09
31.79
27.48
27.52
26.86
28.80
31.51
26.57
26.61
26.46
28.40
31.12
2.33
2.33
2.34
2.33
2.31
2.31
2.31
2.31
2.30
2.29
2.29
2.29
2.29
2.28
2.26
26.29
26.32
25.00
26.78
29.23
25.63
25.67
24.72
26.52
29.00
24.82
24.86
24.39
26.19
28.69
26.29
26.32
21.89
22.99
17.28
25.63
25.67
20.57
21.55
16.41
24.82
24.86
19.18
20.04
15.50
95 (35)
105 (40.6)
CONDENSER ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES _F (_C)
28.22
28.26
22.77
23.85
18.11
27.48
27.52
21.42
22.39
17.24
26.57
26.61
20.00
20.86
16.32
25HHA430A**30 Outdoor Section With FFMANP031 Indoor Section
Total
Capacity MBtuh†
95 (35)
CONDENSER ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES _F (_C)
2.60
2.60
2.60
2.62
2.64
2.56
2.56
2.56
2.58
2.60
2.51
2.52
2.52
2.53
2.55
32.59
32.63
32.01
34.53
38.06
31.82
31.87
31.68
34.20
37.72
30.63
30.80
31.14
33.64
37.15
32.59
32.63
25.93
27.16
21.09
31.82
31.87
24.78
25.92
20.34
30.63
29.14
23.22
24.24
19.33
2.87
2.87
2.87
2.89
2.91
2.84
2.84
2.83
2.85
2.88
2.79
2.79
2.79
2.80
2.83
30.92
30.96
30.03
32.40
35.70
30.22
30.26
29.74
32.11
35.42
29.14
29.18
29.27
31.63
34.92
30.92
30.96
25.12
26.35
20.28
30.22
30.26
23.98
25.12
19.54
29.14
29.18
22.44
23.45
18.53
Total
Total
Capacity MBtuh†
Capacity MBtuh†
System
System
Total
Sens‡
Total
Sens‡
KW**
KW**
25HHA436A**30 Outdoor Section With FFMANP037 Indoor Section
2.12
2.12
2.12
2.11
2.10
2.10
2.10
2.10
2.09
2.07
2.07
2.07
2.07
2.06
2.05
Total
System
KW**
DETAILED COOLING CAPACITIES(CONT.)
3.18
3.18
3.17
3.19
3.22
3.14
3.14
3.14
3.16
3.18
3.09
3.09
3.09
3.11
3.13
Total
System
KW**
2.57
2.57
2.58
2.57
2.55
2.55
2.55
2.56
2.55
2.53
2.53
2.53
2.53
2.52
2.51
Total
System
KW**
115 (46.1)
115 (46.1)
24.21
24.24
20.92
22.04
16.40
23.66
23.69
19.68
20.67
15.55
22.96
22.99
18.31
19.19
14.65
Sens‡
29.11
29.15
27.93
30.15
33.20
28.50
28.54
27.69
29.90
32.97
27.52
27.56
27.28
29.48
32.56
Total
29.11
29.15
24.25
25.49
19.42
28.50
28.54
23.14
24.28
18.70
27.52
27.56
21.61
22.63
17.71
Sens‡
Capacity MBtuh†
24.21
24.24
22.78
24.36
26.50
23.66
23.69
22.50
24.12
26.34
22.96
22.99
22.20
23.85
26.11
Total
Capacity MBtuh†
3.53
3.53
3.52
3.54
3.57
3.50
3.50
3.49
3.51
3.53
3.44
3.44
3.44
3.46
3.48
Total
System
KW**
2.85
2.85
2.86
2.85
2.83
2.82
2.82
2.83
2.82
2.80
2.80
2.80
2.81
2.80
2.78
Total
System
KW**
125 (51.7)
125 (51.7)
21.94
21.96
20.60
21.98
15.48
21.49
21.51
20.07
19.69
14.63
20.91
20.94
17.39
18.27
13.76
Sens‡
27.16
27.19
25.72
27.76
30.54
26.62
26.65
25.49
27.54
30.36
25.76
25.80
25.15
27.20
30.04
Total
27.16
27.19
23.32
24.57
18.53
26.62
26.65
22.23
23.38
17.81
25.76
25.80
20.73
21.76
16.84
Sens‡
Capacity MBtuh†
21.94
21.96
20.60
21.98
23.60
21.49
21.51
20.18
21.59
23.51
20.91
20.94
19.89
21.34
23.35
Total
Capacity MBtuh†
3.94
3.94
3.93
3.94
3.96
3.90
3.90
3.89
3.90
3.93
3.85
3.85
3.84
3.86
3.88
Total
System
KW**
3.15
3.15
3.17
3.15
3.14
3.13
3.13
3.14
3.13
3.11
3.11
3.11
3.12
3.11
3.09
Total
System
KW**
13
48.09
57 (13.9)
62.93
62.86
62 (16.7)
57 (13.9)
67.50
67 (19.4)
63.23
73.40
72 (22.2)
63 (17.2)
61.06
57 (13.9)
66.73
67 (19.4)
61.58
72.60
72 (22.2)
62 (16.7)
58.88
57 (13.9)
62.44
60.35
62 (16.7)
63 (17.2)
61.40
65.68
63 (17.2)
71.53
67 (19.4)
Total
72 (22.2)
EWB
_F (_C)
75 (23.9)
48.09
47.90
38.06
39.64
31.12
46.68
44.71
36.09
37.50
29.84
44.97
41.90
34.06
35.33
28.52
Sens‡
62.86
62.93
51.19
53.24
41.42
61.06
60.29
48.48
50.32
39.66
58.88
56.38
45.63
47.25
37.82
Sens‡
Capacity MBtuh†
48.35
62 (16.7)
52.40
67 (19.4)
48.85
57.23
72 (22.2)
63 (17.2)
46.68
57 (13.9)
51.70
67 (19.4)
47.45
56.50
72 (22.2)
62 (16.7)
44.97
57 (13.9)
48.16
46.47
62 (16.7)
63 (17.2)
47.29
50.82
67 (19.4)
63 (17.2)
55.58
Total
3.94
3.95
3.95
3.98
4.02
3.87
3.88
3.88
3.91
3.96
3.80
3.81
3.82
3.85
3.89
Total
System
KW**
3.31
3.31
3.31
3.32
3.34
3.25
3.26
3.26
3.27
3.29
3.20
3.20
3.21
3.22
3.24
Total
System
KW**
85 (29.4)
46.02
46.06
36.94
38.51
29.99
44.73
43.45
35.00
36.42
28.73
43.16
40.79
33.00
34.27
27.44
Sens‡
60.29
60.36
60.13
64.14
69.69
58.64
58.75
59.46
63.47
69.02
56.63
57.59
58.54
62.56
68.08
Total
60.29
60.36
49.83
51.88
40.08
58.64
58.75
47.16
48.98
38.35
56.63
55.02
44.34
45.95
36.52
Sens‡
Capacity MBtuh†
46.02
46.06
46.28
49.60
54.12
44.73
45.13
45.70
49.01
53.50
43.16
44.21
44.94
48.24
52.71
Total
Capacity MBtuh†
85 (29.4)
95 (35)
Sens‡
Total
System
KW**
105 (40.6)
Total
Sens‡
Capacity MBtuh†
43.78
43.82
43.57
46.64
50.87
42.62
42.70
43.07
46.14
50.34
41.20
41.81
42.44
45.50
49.67
4.04
4.04
4.04
4.06
4.10
3.98
3.98
3.98
4.01
4.04
3.92
3.92
3.93
3.96
3.99
41.35
41.39
40.68
43.52
47.43
40.32
40.37
40.27
43.11
47.02
39.05
39.28
39.73
42.57
46.46
41.35
41.39
34.50
36.05
27.61
40.32
40.37
32.65
34.04
26.39
39.05
38.16
30.71
31.95
25.13
95 (35)
105 (40.6)
CONDENSER ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES _F (_C)
43.78
43.82
35.76
37.31
28.83
42.62
42.70
33.86
35.26
27.58
41.20
39.57
31.89
33.14
26.31
25HHA448A**30 Outdoor Section With FB4CNP048L Indoor Section
Total
Capacity MBtuh†
4.35
4.35
4.35
4.38
4.42
4.28
4.28
4.29
4.32
4.36
4.21
4.21
4.22
4.25
4.29
57.51
57.57
56.84
60.57
65.78
56.03
56.09
56.27
60.02
65.21
54.21
54.66
55.47
59.23
64.42
57.51
57.57
48.39
50.43
38.67
56.03
56.09
45.76
47.58
36.95
54.21
53.49
42.98
44.58
35.16
4.82
4.82
4.81
4.84
4.88
4.75
4.75
4.75
4.78
4.82
4.67
4.68
4.68
4.71
4.76
54.48
54.54
53.33
56.77
61.60
53.16
53.22
52.83
56.30
61.14
51.52
51.60
52.16
55.66
60.48
54.48
54.54
46.85
48.88
37.18
53.16
53.22
44.26
46.08
35.48
51.52
51.60
41.52
43.13
33.71
Total
Total
Capacity MBtuh†
Capacity MBtuh†
System
System
Total
Sens‡
Total
Sens‡
KW**
KW**
25HHA460A**30 Outdoor Section With FX4DN(B,F)061L Indoor Section
3.65
3.65
3.65
3.68
3.71
3.60
3.60
3.60
3.62
3.65
3.54
3.55
3.55
3.57
3.60
Total
System
KW**
CONDENSER ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES _F (_C)
5.35
5.35
5.34
5.37
5.41
5.28
5.28
5.28
5.31
5.35
5.21
5.21
5.21
5.25
5.29
Total
System
KW**
4.47
4.47
4.47
4.49
4.53
4.41
4.42
4.41
4.44
4.48
4.35
4.36
4.36
4.39
4.42
Total
System
KW**
115 (46.1)
115 (46.1)
38.72
38.75
33.15
34.70
26.34
37.83
37.87
31.36
32.75
25.13
36.71
36.75
29.47
30.71
23.90
Sens‡
51.14
51.19
49.52
52.69
57.12
49.99
50.04
49.11
52.30
56.77
48.54
48.60
48.55
51.76
56.24
Total
51.14
51.19
45.15
47.20
35.59
49.99
50.04
42.64
44.46
33.92
48.54
48.60
39.94
41.55
32.16
Sens‡
Capacity MBtuh†
38.72
38.75
37.63
40.23
43.81
37.83
37.87
37.29
39.90
43.48
36.71
36.75
36.85
39.46
43.04
Total
Capacity MBtuh†
5.96
5.97
5.95
5.98
6.02
5.89
5.90
5.89
5.92
5.96
5.82
5.82
5.82
5.86
5.90
Total
System
KW**
4.96
4.96
4.95
4.98
5.01
4.91
4.91
4.90
4.93
4.96
4.85
4.85
4.85
4.87
4.91
Total
System
KW**
125 (51.7)
125 (51.7)
35.88
35.91
31.67
33.24
25.01
35.13
35.16
29.97
31.38
23.83
34.16
34.20
28.14
29.39
22.61
Sens‡
47.53
47.57
45.49
48.38
52.43
46.53
46.58
45.13
48.05
52.16
45.28
45.33
44.67
47.62
51.76
Total
47.53
47.57
43.27
45.35
33.95
46.53
46.58
40.88
42.73
32.28
45.28
45.33
38.26
39.88
30.56
Sens‡
Capacity MBtuh†
35.88
35.91
34.43
36.78
40.00
35.13
35.16
34.15
36.51
39.77
34.16
34.20
33.78
36.16
39.43
Total
Capacity MBtuh†
6.66
6.66
6.64
6.67
6.71
6.59
6.59
6.58
6.61
6.65
6.52
6.52
6.52
6.55
6.59
Total
System
KW**
5.52
5.52
5.50
5.52
5.55
5.46
5.46
5.45
5.47
5.50
5.40
5.41
5.40
5.42
5.45
Total
System
KW**
{ Total and sensible capacities are net capacities. Blower motor heat has been subtracted.
} Sensible capacities shown are based on 80_F (27_C) entering air at the indoor coil. For sensible capacities at other than 80_F (27_C), deduct 835 Btuh
(245 kW) per 1000 CFM (480 L/S) of indoor coil air for each degree below 80_F (27_C), or add 835 Btuh (245 kW) per 1000 CFM (480 L/S) of indoor coil air per degree above 80_F (27_C).
** System kw is total of indoor and outdoor unit kilowatts.
EWB — Entering Wet Bulb
NOTES:
1. Detailed cooling capacities are based on indoor and outdoor unit at the same elevation per AHRI standard 210/240 ---2008. If additional tubing length and/or indoor unit is located above outdoor unit, a slight variation in
capacity may occur.
2. When the required data falls between the published data, interpolation may be performed. Extrapolation is not an acceptable practice.
2250
2000
1750
CFM
75 (23.9)
Capacity MBtuh†
72 (22.2)
EWB
_F (_C)
Evaporator Air
1800
1600
1400
CFM
Evaporator Air
DETAILED COOLING CAPACITIES (CONT.)
14
4.83
675
7.30
7.44
900
7.14
700
800
7.89
900
7.58
700
7.74
8.30
900
800
8.15
8.00
Total
800
700
CFM
-- 3 ( -- 19.4)
4.45
4.37
4.29
4.69
4.62
4.54
4.91
4.84
4.77
Integ*
6.85
6.72
6.57
7.26
7.12
6.97
7.63
7.50
7.36
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
4.75
4.66
525
600
5.10
675
4.94
525
5.02
5.34
675
600
5.26
5.18
Total
See notes on pg. 16
75
(23.9)
70
(21.1)
65
(18.3)
EDB
_F (_C)
-- 3 ( -- 19.4)
Capacity MBtuh
600
525
CFM
INDOOR AIR
75
(23.9)
70
(21.1)
65
(18.3)
EDB
_F (_C)
INDOOR AIR
1.58
1.57
1.55
1.51
1.50
1.48
1.44
1.43
1.42
Total
Sys.
KW†
1.14
1.14
1.13
1.09
1.09
1.08
1.05
1.04
1.03
Total
Sys.
KW†
7 ( -- 13.9)
6.40
6.31
6.21
6.65
6.56
6.46
6.86
6.78
6.68
Integ*
10.14
9.98
9.78
10.57
10.40
10.21
10.95
10.79
10.61
Total
9.32
9.17
8.99
9.71
9.56
9.39
10.07
9.91
9.75
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
6.96
6.87
6.76
7.23
7.14
7.03
7.47
7.38
7.27
Total
Capacity MBtuh
7 ( -- 13.9)
1.65
1.64
1.63
1.58
1.57
1.56
1.51
1.50
1.49
Total
Sys.
KW†
1.19
1.19
1.19
1.14
1.13
1.13
1.08
1.08
1.08
Total
Sys.
KW†
17 ( -- 8.3)
8.43
8.32
8.19
8.72
8.58
8.45
9.09
9.00
8.87
Integ*
12.96
12.76
12.54
13.35
13.17
12.94
13.73
13.54
13.33
Total
11.81
11.64
11.44
12.17
12.00
11.80
12.52
12.35
12.15
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
9.24
9.12
8.98
9.56
9.41
9.27
9.97
9.87
9.73
Total
Capacity MBtuh
17 ( -- 8.3)
HEAT PUMP HEATING PERFORMANCE
27 ( -- 2.8)
Total
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
Total
Sys.
KW†
37 (2.8)
Total
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
10.48
10.37
10.25
10.68
10.57
10.45
10.87
10.76
10.64
1.27
1.28
1.30
1.21
1.22
1.24
1.16
1.16
1.18
14.25
14.09
13.90
14.53
14.37
14.17
14.81
14.64
14.44
12.97
12.82
12.65
13.22
13.07
12.90
13.47
13.32
13.14
1.70
1.69
1.69
1.62
1.62
1.62
1.55
1.54
1.54
1.32
1.33
1.35
1.25
1.27
1.29
1.19
1.21
1.23
Total
Sys.
KW†
Total
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
27 ( -- 2.8)
Total
Sys.
KW†
Total
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
37 (2.8)
16.03
15.79
15.52
16.85
16.29
15.97
17.19
16.99
16.75
14.23
14.02
13.78
14.96
14.47
14.19
15.27
15.09
14.88
1.74
1.74
1.75
1.67
1.66
1.67
1.59
1.59
1.60
19.68
19.46
19.22
20.02
19.79
19.54
20.35
20.12
19.86
17.91
17.71
17.49
18.22
18.01
17.79
18.51
18.31
18.07
1.79
1.80
1.82
1.70
1.71
1.73
1.61
1.62
1.64
Total
Sys.
KW†
OUTDOOR COIL ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES _F (_C)
11.80
11.68
11.55
12.03
11.90
11.76
12.24
12.12
11.98
25HHA424A**30 Outdoor Section With FFMANP025 Indoor Section
Total
Sys.
KW†
1.23
1.23
1.24
1.18
1.18
1.18
1.12
1.13
1.13
25HHA418A**30 Outdoor Section With FFMANP019 Indoor Section
Total
Sys.
KW†
OUTDOOR COIL ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES _F (_C)
47 (8.3)
47 (8.3)
17.07
16.86
16.61
17.41
17.20
16.94
17.75
17.54
17.27
Integ*
23.00
22.74
22.44
23.38
23.12
22.80
23.76
23.49
23.17
Total
23.00
22.74
22.44
23.38
23.12
22.80
23.76
23.49
23.17
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
17.07
16.86
16.61
17.41
17.20
16.94
17.75
17.54
17.27
Total
Capacity MBtuh
1.83
1.85
1.88
1.74
1.76
1.79
1.65
1.67
1.70
Total
Sys.
KW†
1.37
1.39
1.42
1.31
1.33
1.35
1.25
1.26
1.29
Total
Sys.
KW†
57 (13.9)
57 (13.9)
20.30
20.04
19.71
20.69
20.44
20.10
21.03
20.83
20.50
Integ*
27.03
26.70
26.31
27.47
27.14
26.74
27.90
27.57
27.16
Total
27.03
26.70
26.31
27.47
27.14
26.74
27.90
27.57
27.16
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
20.30
20.04
19.71
20.69
20.44
20.10
21.03
20.83
20.50
Total
Capacity MBtuh
1.90
1.92
1.97
1.81
1.83
1.87
1.73
1.75
1.79
Total
Sys.
KW†
1.45
1.47
1.51
1.38
1.41
1.44
1.31
1.34
1.38
Total
Sys.
KW†
67 (19.4)
67 (19.4)
23.68
23.56
23.29
23.99
23.94
23.70
24.26
24.29
24.08
Integ*
31.81
31.40
30.89
32.32
31.91
31.40
32.81
32.41
31.89
Total
31.81
31.40
30.89
32.32
31.91
31.40
32.81
32.41
31.89
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
23.68
23.56
23.29
23.99
23.94
23.70
24.26
24.29
24.08
Total
Capacity MBtuh
2.02
2.05
2.10
1.93
1.96
2.01
1.84
1.87
1.92
Total
Sys.
KW†
1.52
1.56
1.63
1.45
1.49
1.55
1.38
1.42
1.47
Total
Sys.
KW†
15
7.78
7.94
1125
7.61
875
1000
8.50
1125
8.18
875
8.35
9.02
1125
1000
8.86
8.71
Total
10.36
10.61
1350
10.08
1050
1200
11.34
1350
10.81
1050
11.10
12.00
1350
1200
11.74
11.50
Total
1.81
1.79
1.78
1.73
1.72
1.70
1.66
1.64
1.63
9.76
9.53
9.28
10.44
10.21
9.95
11.04
10.80
10.58
Integ*
2.25
2.21
2.19
2.16
2.13
2.10
2.07
2.04
2.02
Total
Sys.
KW†
Total
Sys.
KW†
-- 3 ( -- 19.4)
7.30
7.16
7.00
7.82
7.68
7.53
8.30
8.15
8.01
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
1200
1050
CFM
See notes on pg. 16
75
(23.9)
70
(21.1)
65
(18.3)
EDB
_F (_C)
-- 3 ( -- 19.4)
Capacity MBtuh
1000
875
CFM
INDOOR AIR
75
(23.9)
70
(21.1)
65
(18.3)
EDB
_F (_C)
INDOOR AIR
7 ( -- 13.9)
10.57
10.41
10.22
11.10
10.93
10.73
11.57
11.38
11.20
Integ*
14.46
14.18
13.85
15.18
14.90
14.57
15.83
15.54
15.24
Total
13.29
13.03
12.73
13.95
13.69
13.39
14.55
14.28
14.01
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
11.50
11.33
11.12
12.08
11.89
11.67
12.59
12.38
12.19
Total
Capacity MBtuh
7 ( -- 13.9)
2.32
2.29
2.27
2.23
2.20
2.18
2.14
2.11
2.10
Total
Sys.
KW†
1.87
1.86
1.85
1.79
1.78
1.77
1.71
1.70
1.70
Total
Sys.
KW†
17 ( -- 8.3)
13.92
13.71
13.47
14.42
14.21
13.97
14.89
14.67
14.45
Integ*
18.65
18.33
17.94
19.34
19.03
18.65
20.00
19.67
19.32
Total
17.01
16.71
16.36
17.64
17.35
17.00
18.23
17.93
17.61
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
15.27
15.04
14.77
15.81
15.59
15.33
16.33
16.09
15.84
Total
Capacity MBtuh
17 ( -- 8.3)
Total
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
27 ( -- 2.8)
Total
Sys.
KW†
Total
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
37 (2.8)
2.00
2.00
2.00
1.92
1.92
1.92
1.85
1.84
1.84
23.97
23.71
23.39
24.36
24.13
23.82
24.79
24.53
24.22
21.81
21.57
21.29
22.17
21.95
21.67
22.56
22.32
22.04
2.39
2.37
2.36
2.29
2.28
2.26
2.20
2.18
2.17
2.08
2.09
2.11
1.99
2.00
2.02
1.91
1.92
1.93
27 ( -- 2.8)
Total
Integ*
Total
Sys.
KW†
Total
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
37 (2.8)
23.19
22.82
22.37
23.89
23.53
23.09
24.58
24.19
23.78
20.59
20.26
19.87
21.22
20.89
20.50
21.83
21.49
21.12
2.46
2.45
2.45
2.36
2.35
2.35
2.26
2.25
2.25
28.50
27.93
27.34
29.65
29.28
28.33
30.16
29.82
29.39
25.93
25.41
24.87
26.99
26.64
25.78
27.45
27.13
26.75
2.55
2.54
2.55
2.45
2.45
2.45
2.35
2.35
2.36
Total
Sys.
KW†
OUTDOOR COIL ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES _F (_C)
17.10
16.87
16.56
17.59
17.37
17.08
18.52
17.86
17.58
Capacity MBtuh
19.25
18.99
18.64
19.81
19.56
19.23
20.85
20.11
19.79
25HHA436A**30 Outdoor Section With FFMANP037 Indoor Section
Total
Sys.
KW†
1.93
1.93
1.92
1.85
1.85
1.84
1.77
1.77
1.77
Total
Sys.
KW†
OUTDOOR COIL ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES _F (_C)
25HHA430A**30 Outdoor Section With FFMANP031 Indoor Section
Total
Sys.
KW†
HEAT PUMP HEATING PERFORMANCE (CONT.)
47 (8.3)
47 (8.3)
28.04
27.78
27.47
28.43
28.20
27.89
28.83
28.59
28.29
Integ*
34.03
33.62
33.12
34.62
34.20
33.69
35.20
34.76
34.26
Total
34.03
33.62
33.12
34.62
34.20
33.69
35.20
34.76
34.26
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
28.04
27.78
27.47
28.43
28.20
27.89
28.83
28.59
28.29
Total
Capacity MBtuh
2.65
2.66
2.68
2.53
2.54
2.57
2.42
2.43
2.46
Total
Sys.
KW†
2.13
2.15
2.18
2.04
2.06
2.09
1.95
1.97
1.99
Total
Sys.
KW†
57 (13.9)
57 (13.9)
32.46
32.19
31.84
32.93
32.66
32.31
33.38
33.13
32.79
Integ*
39.60
39.07
38.45
40.32
39.79
39.14
41.03
40.49
39.84
Total
39.60
39.07
38.45
40.32
39.79
39.14
41.03
40.49
39.84
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
32.46
32.19
31.84
32.93
32.66
32.31
33.38
33.13
32.79
Total
Capacity MBtuh
2.75
2.77
2.81
2.63
2.65
2.69
2.52
2.54
2.58
Total
Sys.
KW†
2.19
2.22
2.26
2.10
2.12
2.16
2.01
2.03
2.07
Total
Sys.
KW†
67 (19.4)
67 (19.4)
37.24
36.99
36.63
37.74
37.51
37.15
38.22
38.00
37.67
Integ*
46.06
45.41
44.63
46.91
46.23
45.43
47.76
47.07
46.24
Total
46.06
45.41
44.63
46.91
46.23
45.43
47.76
47.07
46.24
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
37.24
36.99
36.63
37.74
37.51
37.15
38.22
38.00
37.67
Total
Capacity MBtuh
2.89
2.92
2.97
2.77
2.80
2.85
2.65
2.68
2.73
Total
Sys.
KW†
2.27
2.30
2.35
2.17
2.20
2.25
2.08
2.11
2.16
Total
Sys.
KW†
16
22.58
2250
21.45
21.77
2000
2250
21.09
22.26
21.90
1750
2000
23.32
2250
22.65
Total
23.00
1750
13.98
20.03
19.74
19.41
20.77
20.48
20.15
21.46
21.16
20.84
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
2000
1750
CFM
15.19
1800
13.71
13.42
14.76
14.50
14.20
15.47
15.21
14.91
Integ*
-- 3 ( -- 19.4)
14.90
14.58
1400
1600
16.04
1800
15.43
1400
15.76
16.82
1800
1600
16.54
16.21
Total
Capacity MBtuh
1600
1400
CFM
3.04
3.01
2.98
2.93
2.90
2.87
2.82
2.79
2.77
Total
Sys.
KW†
3.48
3.45
3.43
3.34
3.31
3.28
3.19
3.16
3.14
Total
Sys.
KW†
-- 3 ( -- 19.4)
7 ( -- 13.9)
18.73
18.42
18.06
19.51
19.20
18.85
20.22
19.93
19.58
Integ*
27.79
27.43
27.02
28.54
28.18
27.79
29.23
28.89
28.50
Total
25.54
25.21
24.83
26.23
25.90
25.53
26.86
26.54
26.19
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
20.38
20.04
19.66
21.23
20.89
20.52
22.01
21.68
21.31
Total
Capacity MBtuh
7 ( -- 13.9)
3.59
3.57
3.56
3.44
3.42
3.41
3.28
3.27
3.26
Total
Sys.
KW†
3.15
3.13
3.11
3.03
3.01
3.00
2.92
2.90
2.89
Total
Sys.
KW†
34.21
33.81
33.36
34.98
34.59
34.12
35.73
35.32
34.87
Total
17 ( -- 8.3)
23.63
23.27
22.86
24.39
24.04
23.63
25.10
24.76
24.37
31.19
30.82
30.41
31.90
31.54
31.11
32.57
32.20
31.79
Integ*
Total
Sys.
KW†
Total
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
27 ( -- 2.8)
Total
Sys.
KW†
Total
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
37 (2.8)
28.25
27.83
27.37
29.05
28.64
28.15
29.82
29.41
28.93
3.40
3.40
3.41
3.26
3.26
3.27
3.13
3.13
3.14
38.63
38.01
37.32
40.44
39.29
38.39
41.31
40.86
39.84
35.15
34.59
33.96
36.80
35.75
34.93
37.59
37.18
36.26
3.71
3.69
3.70
3.55
3.53
3.54
3.39
3.38
3.38
3.55
3.56
3.59
3.44
3.42
3.45
3.30
3.32
3.33
Total
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
27 ( -- 2.8)
Total
Sys.
KW†
Total
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
37 (2.8)
42.80
42.41
41.01
43.31
42.97
42.54
43.80
43.42
43.02
38.01
37.66
36.42
38.47
38.16
37.78
38.91
38.56
38.21
3.88
3.88
3.87
3.70
3.71
3.73
3.53
3.54
3.56
50.04
49.60
49.13
50.65
50.22
49.72
51.25
50.81
50.31
45.53
45.14
44.71
46.10
45.70
45.25
46.64
46.24
45.79
4.01
4.02
4.07
3.83
3.84
3.88
3.65
3.67
3.71
Total
Sys.
KW†
OUTDOOR COIL ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES _F (_C)
31.80
31.34
30.81
32.71
32.24
31.70
33.58
33.12
32.57
25HHA460A**30 Outdoor Section With FX4DN(B,F)061L Indoor Section
Total
Sys.
KW†
3.27
3.26
3.26
3.14
3.13
3.13
3.02
3.01
3.01
Total
Sys.
KW†
OUTDOOR COIL ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES _F (_C)
25HHA448A**30 Outdoor Section With FB4CNP048L Indoor Section
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
25.91
25.52
25.08
26.75
26.37
25.92
27.53
27.15
26.72
Total
Capacity MBtuh
17 ( -- 8.3)
47 (8.3)
47 (8.3)
46.37
45.86
45.27
47.10
46.58
46.00
47.82
47.30
46.71
Integ*
58.06
57.51
56.88
58.78
58.23
57.58
59.50
58.96
58.30
Total
58.06
57.51
56.88
58.78
58.23
57.58
59.50
58.96
58.30
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
46.37
45.86
45.27
47.10
46.58
46.00
47.82
47.30
46.71
Total
Capacity MBtuh
4.15
4.18
4.23
3.97
4.00
4.04
3.80
3.82
3.87
Total
Sys.
KW†
3.76
3.79
3.85
3.60
3.63
3.68
3.44
3.47
3.52
Total
Sys.
KW†
57 (13.9)
57 (13.9)
53.82
53.19
52.45
54.68
54.04
53.26
55.54
54.89
54.10
Integ*
67.38
66.93
66.27
68.13
67.73
67.08
68.88
68.49
67.89
Total
67.38
66.93
66.27
68.13
67.73
67.08
68.88
68.49
67.89
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
53.82
53.19
52.45
54.68
54.04
53.26
55.54
54.89
54.10
Total
Capacity MBtuh
4.27
4.32
4.41
4.09
4.13
4.22
3.91
3.95
4.03
Total
Sys.
KW†
3.91
3.96
4.04
3.75
3.80
3.87
3.59
3.64
3.71
Total
Sys.
KW†
67 (19.4)
67 (19.4)
62.41
61.59
60.60
63.45
62.61
61.59
64.50
63.64
62.59
Integ*
76.42
76.30
75.91
77.22
77.14
76.80
78.00
77.97
77.66
Total
76.42
76.30
75.91
77.22
77.14
76.80
78.00
77.97
77.66
Integ*
Capacity MBtuh
62.41
61.59
60.60
63.45
62.61
61.59
64.50
63.64
62.59
Total
Capacity MBtuh
4.42
4.49
4.60
4.23
4.29
4.39
4.04
4.10
4.20
Total
Sys.
KW†
4.12
4.18
4.28
3.95
4.01
4.11
3.78
3.84
3.93
Total
Sys.
KW†
* The Btuh heating capacity values shown are net integrated values from which the defrost effect has been subtracted. The Btuh heating from supplement heaters should be added to those values to obtain total system capacity.
{ The kW values include the compressor, outdoor fan motor, and indoor blower motor. The kW from supplement heaters should be added to these values to obtain total system kilowatts.
NOTE: When the required data falls between the published data, interpolation may be performed. Extrapolation is not an acceptable practice.
EDB — Entering Dry Bulb
75
(23.9)
70
(21.1)
65
(18.3)
EDB
_F (_C)
INDOOR AIR
75
(23.9)
70
(21.1)
65
(18.3)
EDB
_F (_C)
INDOOR AIR
HEAT PUMP HEATING PERFORMANCE (CONT.)
GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS
GENERAL
System Description
Outdoor--mounted, air--cooled, split--system heat pump unit
suitable for ground or rooftop installation. Unit consists of a
scroll--type hermetic compressor, an air--cooled coil,
propeller--type condenser fan, and a control box. Unit will
discharge supply air horizontally as shown on contract drawings.
Unit will be used in a refrigeration circuit to match up to a
packaged fan coil or furnace.
Quality Assurance
— Unit will be rated in accordance with the latest edition
of AHRI Standard 210.
— Unit will be certified for capacity and efficiency, and
listed in the latest AHRI directory.
— Unit construction will comply with latest edition of
ANSI/ ASHRAE and with NEC.
— Unit will be constructed in accordance with UL
standards and will carry the UL label of approval. Unit
will have c--UL approval.
— Unit cabinet will be capable of withstanding Federal
Test
Method Standard No. 141 (Method 6061) 500--hr salt
spray test.
— Air--cooled condenser coils will be leak tested and
pressure tested
— Unit constructed in ISO9001 approved facility.
Delivery, Storage, and Handling
— Unit will be shipped as single package only and is
stored and handled per unit manufacturer’s
recommendations.
Warranty (for inclusion by specifying engineer)
— U.S. and Canada only.
PRODUCTS
Equipment
— Factory assembled, single piece, air--cooled heat pump
unit. Contained within the unit enclosure is all factory
wiring, piping, controls, compressor, refrigerant charge
Puronr (R--410A), and special features required prior
to field start--up.
Unit Cabinet
— Unit cabinet will be constructed of galvanized steel and
bonderized.
Fans
— Condenser fan will be direct--drive propeller type,
discharging air horizontally.
AIR--COOLED, SPLIT--SYSTEM HEAT PUMP
25HHA4
1--1/2 TO 5 NOMINAL TONS
— Condenser fan motors will be totally enclosed, 1--phase
type with class B insulation and permanently lubricated
bearings. Shafts will be corrosion resistant.
— Fan blades will be statically and dynamically balanced.
— Condenser fan openings will be equipped with coated
steel wire safety guards.
Compressor
— Compressor will be a scroll--type, hermetically sealed.
— Compressor will be mounted on rubber vibration
isolators.
Condenser Coil
— Condenser coil will be air cooled.
— Coil will be constructed of aluminum fins mechanically
bonded to copper tubes which are then cleaned,
dehydrated, and sealed.
Refrigeration Components
— Refrigeration circuit components will include
liquid--line front--seating shutoff valve with sweat
connections, vapor--line front--seating shutoff valve
with sweat connections, system charge of Puronr
(R--410A) refrigerant, and compressor oil.
— Unit will be equipped with high--pressure switch, low
pressure switch and filter drier for Puron refrigerant.
Operating Characteristics
— The capacity of the unit will meet or exceed _____
Btuh at a suction temperature of _____ _F/_C. The
power consumption at full load will not exceed _____
kW.
— Combination of the unit and the evaporator or fan coil
unit will have a total net cooling capacity of _____
Btuh or greater at conditions of _____ CFM entering
air temperature at the evaporator at _____ _F/_C wet
bulb and _____ _F/_C dry bulb, and air entering the
unit at _____ _F/_C.
— The system will have a SEER of _____ Btuh/watt or
greater at DOE conditions.
Electrical Requirements
— Nominal unit electrical characteristics will be _____ v,
single phase, 60 hz. The unit will be capable of
satisfactory operation within voltage limits of _____ v
to _____ v.
— Nominal unit electrical characteristics will be _____ v,
three phase, 60 hz. The unit will be capable of
satisfactory operation within voltage limits of _____ v
to _____ v.
— Unit electrical power will be single point connection.
— Control circuit will be 24v.
Special Features
— Refer to section of this literature identifying accessories
and descriptions for specific features and available
enhancements.
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Copyright 2015 Carrier Corp. S 7310 W. Morris St. S Indianapolis, IN 46231
Edition Date: 01/15
Manufacturer reserves the right to change, at any time, specifications and designs without notice and without obligations.
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Catalog No: 25HHA4---01PD
Replaces: New
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