511.17-TG1Y (698)
®
SINGLE PACKAGE
AIR-TO-AIR
DUAL FUEL HEAT PUMPS
B2HN036, 048 & 060
3, 4 AND 5 NOMINAL TONS
(10 SEER)
SUNLINE 2000
DESCRIPTION
YORK Sunline 2000 Dual Fuel Heat Pumps are convertible
single package units with common cabinet and common roof
curb for the 3, 4 and 5 ton sizes. The units were designed for
residential and light commercial applications. They can easily
be installed on a roof curb, slab, roof jack or frame.
All units are self-contained and assembled on rigid full
perimeter base rails allowing for 3-way fork lift access and
overhead rigging. Every unit is completely charged, wired,
piped and tested at the factory to provide for a quick and easy
field installation.
Both down and side discharge airflows are available without
having to swap panels. The installer simply removes the duct
covers for the desired configuration. Economizers may be used
on either side or down discharge applications with no
modifications required.
All models include a 5-year limited warranty on compressors,
a 10-year limited warranty on gas-fired heat exchangers and a
1-year limited warranty on all replacement parts.
FEATURES
CONVERTIBLE AIRFLOW DESIGN - Both the side and
bottom duct openings are covered when they leave the factory.
If a side supply/side return is desired, you simply remove the
two side duct covers from the outside of the unit and discard
them. If a bottom supply/return is desired, you simply remove
the two bottom duct covers and discard them. No panel cutting
or swapping is required! Convertible airflow design allows
maximum field flexibility and minimum inventory.
FACTORY-INSTALLED OPTIONS - S i ng le E n thalpy
Economizers can be installed at the factory. They are shipped
installed and wired. The outdoor air hood needs only to be field
assembled and installed.
Adjustable belt-drive blowers are available on most models
from the factory for complete air flow flexibility.
FIELD-INSTALLED ACCESSORIES - Accessories were
designed for quick and easy installation. The motorized damper
and economizers simply slide in and electrical connections are
made by modular plugs. Propane, high altitude and low NOx
kits are also available to cover all gas heating applications.
CONTROLS - Th es e h ea t p um p s u ti li z e a u ni que
time-temperature defrost circuit which adjusts the time
between defrost cycles based on the outdoor temperature to
provide optimal comfort control and ensure reliable operation.
The ambient-modified, time-temperature defrost control
extends the time below 35°F and shortens the time above 35°F.
The nominal defrost times are field adjustable to 50, 80 and 110
minutes. The defrost time is initiated and terminated by a liquid
line control with a 10 minute override limit built into the defrost
control.
The motorized air damper includes a slid-in/plug-in damper
assembly with a rainhood and filters. The outdoor air dampers
open when the indoor fan motor is energized. The damper is
capable of providing 0% through 100% of outdoor return air
opening.
These heat pumps are designed to optimize comfort and
minimize energy usage. An adjustable balance point control is
standard with every unit to select the optimum changeover
temperature.
The 14" high roof curb is shipped knocked down. A roof curb
deck is not required because the bottom of the unit is insulated.
COMMON FOOTPRINT/COMMON CABINET - The 3, 4 and
5 ton units all share the exact same cabinet - and therefore the
same roof curb. You now have the flexibility of setting one curb
and, after the internal load has been determined, placing the
proper tonnage unit on that curb.
HIGH EFFICIENCY - All units have a minimum SEER of 10, a
COP of 3.0 (high), an HSPF of 7.0, and a maximum AFUE of
80.9%. These efficiencies exceed all legislated minimum levels
and provide low operating costs.
The manual outdoor damper provides 0% through 35% or 0%
through 100% of return air opening (field adjustable). Designed
for duct mounted side or bottom supply/return applications.
Includes rain hood assembly and filter.
WIDE RANGE OF INDOOR AIRFLOWS - All models operate
over a wide range of design conditions with a 3-speed
direct-drive fan motor. Belt-drive blowers are also available on
all models.
FULL PERIMETER BASE RAILS - The permanently attached
base rails provide a solid foundation for the entire unit and
protect the unit during shipment. The rails provide fork lift
access from 3 sides and rigging holes are also provided so that
an overhead crane can be used to place the units on a roof.
Cont’d.
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FEATURES - CONT’D.
SYSTEM PROTECTION - Crankcase heaters and internal
compressor protection are standard on all compressors. Every
unit has a bi-directional liquid line filter-drier, low pressure
switch, high pressure switch and high temperature switch to
protect all system components. All 575 volt units have a
discharge line filter-drier. A suction line freezestat is supplied
on all three-phase units to protect against loss of charge and
coil frosting due to low economizer outdoor air temperature
while the compressor is running. All units will provide cooling
at ambient temperatures down to 45°F.
UTILITY CONNECTIONS MADE EASY - Gas and electric
utility knockouts are provided in the unit underside as well as
the side of the unit. A clearly identified location is provided to
mount a field supplied electrical disconnect switch. Utility
connections can be made quickly and with a minimum amount
of field labor.
SIMPLE CONTROL CIRCUIT - Mate-n-lock plug connectors
are used where line and low voltage wires pass thru internal
bulkheads. This allows for easier troubleshooting and
component replacement. The electrical control box is not
located in the compressor compartment so the access cover
can be removed for troubleshooting without affecting the
normal system operating pressures.
AIR FILTERS - Units come standard with 1" throwaway filters.
The unit filter racks can accommodate 1" or 2" filters without
any modifications.
SUNLINE 2000 Dual Fuel Heat Pump
LOW VOLTAGE RELAY BOARD
AND TERMINAL STRIP
DIRECT-DRIVE
BLOWER MOTOR
(Belt-Drive Option
also available on
some models)
20 GAUGE ALUMINIZED STEEL
TUBULAR HEAT EXCHANGER
POWER VENTER MOTOR
ELECTRICAL DISCONNECT
MOUNTING LOCATION
(Field Installed)
COPPER TUBE /
ALUMINUM FIN
OUTDOOR COIL
ECONOMIZER HOOD
HIGH EFFICIENCY
COMPRESSORS
WITH CRANKCASE
HEAT
OUTDOOR AIR OPENING
FOR SLIDE-IN/PLUG IN
INTERNAL ECONOMIZER
(OPTION/ACCESSORY)
SIDE RETURN AIR
DUCT OPENING
(Return Air & Supply Air
Side by Side)
BASE RAILS
WITH FORKLIFT SLOTS
AND LIFTING HOLES
BOTTOM RETURN AIR
DUCT OPENING
(Return Air & Supply Air
Side by Side)
KNOCKOUT FOR SIDE
GAS SUPPLY ENTRY
KNOCKOUT FOR BOTTOM
GAS SUPPLY ENTRY
3/4" PVC FEMALE
CONDENSATE DRAIN
KNOCKOUT FOR BOTTOM
POWER ENTRY
KNOCKOUTS FOR SIDE
POWER AND CONTROL
ENTRY
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Description............................................................................1
Features................................................................................1
Ratings..................................................................................3
Sound power Ratings for Supply Air Blower.........................3
Physical Data........................................................................3
Cooling Capacities - 3 Ton....................................................4
Cooling Capacities - 4 Ton....................................................5
Cooling Capacities - 5 Ton....................................................6
Heat Pump Heating Capacities ............................................7
Supply Air Blower Perf. - 3 & 4 Ton w/Belt-Drive..................8
Supply Air Blower Perf. - 5 Ton w/Belt-Drive ........................9
Supply Air Blower Perf. - 3, 4 & 5 Ton w/Direct-Drive...........9
2
Motor and Drive Data ...........................................................9
Static Resistances..............................................................10
Field Wiring.........................................................................10
Electrical Data - Direct-Drive .............................................. 11
Electrical Data - Belt-Drive ................................................. 11
Unit Dimensions ........................................................ 12 & 13
Roof Curb Dimensions .......................................................14
Component Weights & Center of Gravity ...........................14
Typical Applications ............................................................15
Factory-Installed Options / Field-Installed Accessories .....16
Mechanical Specifications................................... 17, 18 & 19
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RATINGS
MODEL
BHN
ARI RATINGS (SEE NOTE 1)
HEAT PUMP
SOUND
COOLING
RATING
PERFORMANCE
AT 47°
HSPF
(SEE
MBH
SEER
EER NOTE 2)
MBH
COP
bels
036N040
036N079
048N060
048N099
060N079
060N099
39
10.00
9.20
8.2
7.3
39.0
3.0
48
10.20
9.25
8.4
7.0
48.0
3.0
59
10.00
9.20
8.2
7.0
59.0
3.0
GAS HEAT CAPACITY
INPUT OUTPUT AFUE
(MBH) (MBH)
(%)
50
100
75
125
100
125
40
79
59
99
79
99
80.9
80.5
80.9
80.3
80.5
80.3
S.S.E.
(%)
S.E.
(%)
TEMP.
RISE
(°F)
GAS
LINE
SIZE
(in. OD)
81.6
80.8
81.6
80.6
80.8
80.6
75.9
73.6
77.3
77.9
73.6
77.9
15-45
40-70
25-55
45-75
25-55
35-65
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
NOTE: 1. Ratings are in accordance with ARI Standard 240.
2. Sound Ratings are in accordance with ARI Standard 270.
SEER = Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio - the total cooling output in BTU’s during a normal annual usage period for cooling divided by the total electric power input
in watt-hours during the same period.
EER = Energy Efficiency Ratio-the cooling capacity in BTU’s per hour (BTUH) divided by the power input in watts at any given set of rating conditions, expressed in BTUH per watt (BTUH/watt).
COP = Coefficient of Performance - the total heating capacity provided by the refrigeration system, including circulating fan heat but excluding supplementary
resistance (BTU’s per hour) divided by the total electric input (watts) x 3.412.
HSPF = Heating Seasonal Performance Factor - the total heating output during a normal annual usage period for heating divided by the total electric power input
during the same period. (Based on Region IV minimum design heating requirement).
AFUE = Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency - determined in accordance with DOE test procedure.
S.S.E. = Steady State Efficiency. (Percent Output).
S.E. = California Seasonal Efficiency - determined in accordance with test procedures as specified by the State of California Energy Commission. Furnaces are available with a low NOx accessory.
SOUND POWER RATINGS FOR SUPPLY AIR BLOWER
MODEL
BHN
ESP
SOUND POWER (dB 10-12 watts)
BLOWER
OCTAVE BAND CENTERLINE FREQUENCY (Hz)
CFM
IWG
SPEED
KW
63
125
250
500
1,000
2,000
4,000
8,000
SWL
dB (A)
dB (A)
@
10 ft.*
036
1,200
0.60
LOW
0.60
84
84
74
67
69
62
57
52
74
41
048
1,600
0.55
HIGH
0.80
85
85
75
68
70
63
58
53
75
42
060
2,000
0.45
HIGH
1.00
86
86
76
69
71
64
59
54
76
43
* At a distance of 10 ft. from the blower.
NOTE: These values have been derived using a model of sound propagation, measuring the indoor ambient sound levels ten feet from the source. The dBA values provided are for reference
only. Calculation of dBA values cover matters of system design and application. This constitutes an exception to any specification or guarantee requiring a dBA value or sound data in
any other form than sound power level ratings.
PHYSICAL DATA BASIC UNITS
MODELS
(SEE NOTE)
CENTRIFUGAL BLOWER (Dia. x Wd. in.)
FAN MOTOR HP (DIRECT-DRIVE)
FAN MOTOR HP (BELT-DRIVE)
ROWS DEEP
FINS PER INCH
FACE AREA (Sq. Ft.)
PROPELLER DIA. (in.)
FAN MOTOR HP
NOM. CFM TOTAL
ROWS DEEP
FINS PER INCH
FACE AREA (Sq. Ft.)
QUANTITY PER UNIT (14" x 20" x 1")
QUANTITY PER UNIT (14" X 25" X 1")
TOTAL FACE AREA (sq. ft.)
CHARGE
REFRIGERANT 22 (lbs./oz.)
SUPPLY AIR
BLOWER
INDOOR
COIL
OUTDOOR
FAN
OUTDOOR
COIL
AIR
FILTERS
COMPRESSOR HERMETIC, RECIPROCATING (Qty)
036
12 x 10
1⁄
2
1
4
16
4.3
22
1⁄
3
4300
1
20
17.1
2
1
6.3
7/12 ①
8/0 ②
1
BHN
048
12 x 10
3⁄
4
1.5
3
15
5.1
22
1⁄
2
4200
1
20
17.1
2
1
6.3
060
12 x 10
1
1.5
3
15
5.1
24
1⁄
2
4500
1
20
17.1
2
1
6.3
8/4
8/4
1
1
NOTE: Filter racks can accommodate 1" or 2" thick filters.
① This charge is for units with 208/230 or 460 volts.
② This charge is for units with 575 volts.
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COOLING CAPACITIES - 3 TON (BHN036)
Air On
Indoor
Coil
CFM
1750
1500
1400
1200
1050
900
Total Power
1
2
WB Cap. Input
KW
°F MBH
72
51
3.4
67
46
3.4
62
42
3.3
57
42
3.3
72
49
3.4
67
45
3.4
62
41
3.3
57
41
3.3
72
48
3.4
67
44
3.3
62
40
3.3
57
40
3.3
72
47
3.4
67
41
3.3
62
38
3.3
57
37
3.3
72
45
3.3
67
41
3.3
62
36
3.3
57
36
3.3
72
45
3.3
67
39
3.3
62
35
3.2
57
35
3.2
86
37
40
42
42
35
39
41
41
33
39
40
40
31
36
38
37
28
34
36
36
26
31
35
35
Air On
Indoor
Coil
CFM
1750
1500
1400
1200
1050
900
Total Power
1
2
WB Cap. Input
KW
°F MBH
72
44
4.0
67
40
4.0
62
35
3.9
57
35
3.9
72
43
4.0
67
38
4.0
62
34
3.9
57
34
3.9
72
42
4.0
67
37
4.0
62
33
3.9
57
32
3.8
72
41
4.0
67
35
3.9
62
32
3.9
57
31
3.8
72
40
3.9
67
34
3.9
62
30
3.8
57
30
3.8
72
38
3.9
67
32
3.9
62
29
3.8
57
29
3.8
86
31
34
35
35
30
32
34
34
28
32
33
32
27
30
32
31
24
28
30
30
21
25
29
29
Temperature of Air on Outdoor Coil
85 °F
Sensible Capacity1, MBH
Total Power
Cap.1 Input2
Entering Dry Bulb, °F
KW
83 80 77 74 71 68 MBH
86
32 28 24 19
47
3.7
34
40 36 31 26 21 16
44
3.7
38
42 41 39 34 29 24
38
3.6
38
42 42 40 35 30 25
37
3.6
37
30 26 22 18
46
3.7
32
37 33 29 24 20 15
42
3.7
36
41 40 37 32 28 24
37
3.6
37
41 41 38 34 29 25
36
3.6
36
29 24 20 16
45
3.7
30
36 32 28 23 20 15
41
3.7
36
39 38 34 30 26 22
36
3.6
36
40 39 35 31 27 23
36
3.5
36
27 24 20 16
44
3.7
29
32 29 25 22 18 14
39
3.6
34
37 36 32 29 25 21
35
3.6
35
37 36 33 30 26 22
35
3.5
35
25 22 19 16
42
3.6
26
30 27 24 20 17 14
38
3.6
31
35 33 30 27 24 21
34
3.5
34
36 34 31 28 25 22
33
3.5
33
24 20 17 15
40
3.6
23
28 25 22 19 17 14
35
3.6
27
34 32 29 25 23 20
32
3.5
32
35 32 30 26 24 21
31
3.5
31
Temperature of Air on Outdoor Coil
105 °F
Sensible Capacity1, MBH
Total Power
Cap.1 Input2
Entering Dry Bulb, °F
KW
83 80 77 74 71 68 MBH
86
27
34
35
35
26
31
34
34
25
30
32
32
23
27
31
31
22
24
29
30
20
22
27
29
24
31
34
35
22
27
33
34
21
26
31
31
20
24
30
31
19
22
27
28
16
20
25
26
20
26
32
33
19
24
30
31
17
23
28
28
17
21
26
27
16
19
25
25
14
18
23
24
16
22
28
29
15
20
26
28
14
19
24
24
13
18
24
25
14
16
22
23
12
15
20
21
18
24
25
16
23
24
16
21
21
15
21
21
14
20
20
13
18
19
13
20
20
12
19
20
12
18
18
11
17
18
11
17
18
11
16
17
42
36
34
33
41
35
33
32
39
34
32
32
37
32
30
29
35
31
29
28
34
29
27
26
4.2
4.1
4.1
4.1
4.2
4.1
4.1
4.1
4.2
4.1
4.1
4.0
4.2
4.1
4.1
4.0
4.1
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.1
4.0
4.0
4.0
30
31
34
33
29
30
33
32
26
30
32
32
24
28
30
29
21
25
29
28
19
23
27
26
95 °F
Sensible Capacity1, MBH
Entering Dry Bulb, °F
83 80 77 74 71
29 25 22 17
38 34 29 24 20
38 37 35 30 26
37 37 35 30 26
28 24 20 16
34 30 27 22 18
37 36 33 28 25
36 36 33 29 25
27 22 18 15
33 29 26 21 18
35 34 30 27 23
36 35 31 27 24
25 22 18 14
30 27 23 20 17
34 33 29 26 23
35 34 31 28 24
23 20 17 14
27 25 22 18 15
33 31 28 25 22
33 31 28 25 22
21 17 15 13
25 22 19 17 15
30 28 25 22 20
31 28 26 23 21
68
15
21
22
14
21
21
13
19
20
13
19
20
12
19
20
12
17
18
115 °F
Sensible Capacity1, MBH
Entering Dry Bulb, °F
83 80 77 74 71
26 23 19 15
31 28 24 20 16
34 33 31 27 23
33 33 31 27 23
25 21 18 15
28 25 22 18 15
33 32 29 25 22
32 32 29 26 22
23 19 16 13
27 24 21 17 15
31 30 27 24 20
32 31 28 24 21
21 18 15 12
24 22 19 17 14
29 28 25 22 19
29 29 25 23 20
19 17 14 12
22 20 18 15 12
28 26 24 21 19
28 26 24 21 19
18 15 12 11
20 18 16 14 12
25 24 21 18 17
26 23 22 19 17
68
12
19
19
11
19
19
11
17
18
10
16
17
10
16
17
10
15
15
1
These capacities are gross ratings. For net capacity, determine the KW of the supply air blower motor from the Blower Performance Table, multiply this value by
3.415 MBH / KW to determine the motor heat, and deduct this heat from the gross capacity of the unit.
2
These ratings include the compressor and the outdoor fan motors but not the supply air blower motor. The total outdoor fan motor power input is 0.35 KW.
Refer to the Blower Performance Table for the KW of the supply air blower motor.
NOMINAL RATING
4
ALL SENSIBLE CAPACITY
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COOLING CAPACITIES - 4 TON (BHN048)
86
42
48
49
49
40
47
48
48
37
46
47
47
34
42
46
45
31
38
44
44
Temperature of Air on Outdoor Coil
85 °F
Sensible Capacity1, MBH
Total Power
Cap.1 Input2
Entering Dry Bulb, °F
KW
83 80 77 74 71 68 MBH
86
36 31 26
53
4.5
40
47 41 36 30 25
51
4.4
46
49 48 44 38 33 28
46
4.3
46
49 49 44 38 33 28
46
4.3
46
35 30 25
53
4.4
38
44 39 34 29 24
51
4.4
44
48 47 43 38 33 28
47
4.3
47
48 48 43 38 33 28
45
4.2
45
33 28 24
52
4.4
36
42 37 33 28 24
50
4.3
44
47 46 41 37 32 28
45
4.2
45
47 47 42 38 33 29
44
4.1
44
30 26 22
49
4.3
33
38 34 30 26 22
47
4.2
42
45 42 38 34 30 26
43
4.1
43
45 43 39 35 31 27
42
4.1
42
27 24 20
47
4.2
29
35 31 28 24 21
45
4.2
37
42 39 35 32 28 25
40
4.1
40
43 39 36 32 29 25
40
4.0
40
95 °F
Sensible Capacity1, MBH
Entering Dry Bulb, °F
83 80 77 74 71
35 29 24
45 41 35 30 24
46 45 41 35 30
46 46 41 35 30
33 28 23
44 39 34 29 24
47 45 40 36 31
45 45 40 35 30
32 27 23
43 38 34 29 25
45 44 40 36 31
44 44 40 36 31
29 25 21
38 34 30 26 22
42 40 36 32 28
42 40 36 32 28
25 22 18
34 30 27 23 20
39 36 32 29 25
39 36 32 29 25
68
24
24
26
25
27
27
24
24
22
22
86
40
42
43
43
38
41
42
42
35
40
41
41
32
38
39
39
28
36
38
37
Temperature of Air on Outdoor Coil
105 °F
Sensible Capacity1, MBH
Total Power
Cap.1 Input2
Entering Dry Bulb, °F
KW
83 80 77 74 71 68 MBH
86
35 29 24
49
5.2
39
42 39 34 28 23
41
5.0
40
43 42 37 32 27 21
40
4.9
40
43 43 38 32 28 22
40
4.8
40
33 28 23
47
5.1
37
41 37 32 27 22
40
4.9
37
42 41 37 32 27 22
39
4.8
39
42 42 37 33 27 23
38
4.7
38
31 26 22
46
5.1
34
40 35 31 26 22
39
4.9
36
41 40 35 32 27 23
37
4.7
37
41 41 36 32 28 23
37
4.7
37
28 24 20
44
5.0
31
36 32 28 24 20
37
4.8
36
38 37 33 28 25 20
36
4.7
36
39 37 33 29 25 21
36
4.6
36
25 21 18
42
4.9
28
32 29 25 22 18
36
4.7
34
36 34 29 27 22 20
35
4.6
35
37 34 30 27 23 20
35
4.6
35
115 °F
Sensible Capacity1, MBH
Entering Dry Bulb, °F
83 80 77 74 71
34 29 23
40 37 32 26 21
40 39 34 29 23
40 40 34 30 24
32 27 22
36 35 30 25 20
39 37 34 29 24
38 38 33 30 25
29 25 20
36 32 28 23 19
37 36 33 28 24
37 37 34 28 25
27 23 19
34 30 26 21 17
35 34 30 26 22
36 34 31 26 23
24 21 17
31 27 24 20 17
34 30 28 24 20
35 31 29 24 21
68
18
19
19
20
19
20
18
19
17
18
Air On
Indoor
Coil
CFM
2000
1800
1600
1400
1200
Total Power
1
2
WB Cap. Input
MBH
KW
°F
72
56
4.1
67
53
4.0
62
49
4.0
57
49
3.9
72
55
4.0
67
52
4.0
62
48
3.9
57
48
3.9
72
53
4.0
67
51
4.0
62
47
3.9
57
47
3.9
72
52
4.0
67
49
3.9
62
46
3.8
57
45
3.8
72
50
3.9
67
47
3.9
62
44
3.8
57
44
3.7
Air On
Indoor
Coil
CFM
2000
1800
1600
1400
1200
Total Power
1
2
WB Cap. Input
MBH
KW
°F
72
51
4.9
67
46
4.7
62
43
4.6
57
43
4.6
72
50
4.8
67
45
4.7
62
42
4.6
57
42
4.5
72
49
4.8
67
44
4.6
62
41
4.5
57
41
4.4
72
47
4.7
67
42
4.5
62
39
4.4
57
39
4.4
72
44
4.6
67
40
4.5
62
38
4.4
57
37
4.3
1
These capacities are gross ratings. For net capacity, determine the KW of the supply air blower motor from the Blower Performance Table, multiply this value by
3.415 MBH / KW to determine the motor heat, and deduct this heat from the gross capacity of the unit.
2
These ratings include the compressor and the outdoor fan motors but not the supply air blower motor. The total outdoor fan motor power input is 0.35 KW.
Refer to the Blower Performance Table for the KW of the supply air blower motor.
NOMINAL RATING
Unitary Products Group
ALL SENSIBLE CAPACITY
5
511.17-TG1Y
COOLING CAPACITIES - 5 TON (BHN060)
86
51
58
61
60
48
57
60
59
45
56
59
58
42
52
57
57
38
48
55
55
Temperature of Air on Outdoor Coil
85 °F
Sensible Capacity1, MBH
Total Power
Cap.1 Input2
Entering Dry Bulb, °F
KW
83 80 77 74 71 68 MBH
86
44 38 31
67
6.0
51
56 50 43 37 30
64
5.9
56
61 59 53 46 39 33
59
5.9
59
60 59 53 47 40 33
58
5.8
58
42 36 30
66
5.9
48
54 48 42 36 30
63
5.9
55
60 57 51 45 39 33
57
5.8
57
59 58 52 46 40 34
57
5.8
57
40 34 29
65
5.9
45
51 45 40 35 29
61
5.9
55
59 55 50 44 39 33
56
5.8
56
58 57 52 46 41 36
56
5.7
56
37 32 27
62
5.9
43
47 42 37 33 28
59
5.8
53
56 51 46 41 37 32
54
5.7
54
57 53 48 44 39 34
54
5.7
54
34 30 25
60
5.8
41
43 39 35 31 26
57
5.8
51
52 47 43 39 35 30
52
5.7
52
54 49 45 41 37 32
52
5.6
52
95 °F
Sensible Capacity1, MBH
Entering Dry Bulb, °F
83 80 77 74 71
45 38 31
56 50 43 37 30
59 57 50 44 38
58 57 51 44 39
42 36 30
54 48 42 35 29
57 55 50 44 38
57 56 50 45 39
40 34 29
51 45 40 34 29
56 54 49 44 38
56 55 50 44 39
38 33 28
48 44 39 34 29
54 52 48 43 38
54 53 49 43 39
36 32 28
46 42 38 34 29
52 50 46 42 38
52 51 47 42 39
68
31
32
32
33
33
34
33
34
34
35
86
51
51
54
54
48
51
53
53
45
51
52
52
41
48
50
50
38
47
48
48
Temperature of Air on Outdoor Coil
105 °F
Sensible Capacity1, MBH
Total Power
Cap.1 Input2
Entering Dry Bulb, °F
KW
83 80 77 74 71 68 MBH
86
44 38 31
60
6.9
50
51 49 42 36 29
54
6.6
54
54 51 46 40 33 26
49
6.5
49
54 52 46 41 33 26
49
6.5
49
42 36 30
60
6.8
47
51 46 40 34 28
54
6.6
47
53 52 46 40 34 28
49
6.5
49
53 52 46 41 35 27
49
6.4
49
39 34 28
59
6.8
44
49 44 38 33 27
53
6.5
45
52 51 46 40 35 30
48
6.4
48
52 51 46 40 36 31
47
6.4
47
37 32 27
56
6.7
40
46 41 36 31 26
51
6.5
43
50 48 43 39 34 29
46
6.4
46
50 48 43 39 34 30
45
6.3
45
34 30 25
53
6.6
36
43 38 34 30 26
48
6.4
41
48 45 41 37 32 28
44
6.3
44
48 45 41 38 32 28
43
6.2
43
115 °F
Sensible Capacity1, MBH
Entering Dry Bulb, °F
83 80 77 74 71
43 37 30
53 47 41 34 27
49 48 42 35 28
49 49 43 35 28
41 35 29
47 45 39 32 26
49 47 42 36 30
49 48 43 37 31
38 33 27
45 42 36 31 26
48 46 42 36 31
47 46 43 36 32
35 30 25
43 38 33 29 24
46 43 38 33 28
45 43 38 33 28
31 27 23
39 35 30 26 22
44 39 35 30 26
43 40 36 30 26
68
22
23
24
25
25
25
24
25
22
23
Air On
Indoor
Coil
CFM
2500
2250
2000
1750
1500
Total Power
1
2
WB Cap. Input
KW
°F MBH
72
68
5.7
67
65
5.6
62
61
5.6
57
60
5.5
72
67
5.6
67
64
5.6
62
60
5.5
57
59
5.5
72
66
5.6
67
63
5.5
62
59
5.4
57
58
5.4
72
64
5.5
67
61
5.5
62
57
5.4
57
57
5.4
72
62
5.5
67
59
5.5
62
55
5.4
57
55
5.3
Air On
Indoor
Coil
CFM
2500
2250
2000
1750
1500
Total Power
1
2
WB Cap. Input
KW
°F MBH
72
64
6.0
67
59
5.9
62
54
5.9
57
54
5.8
72
63
5.9
67
58
5.9
62
53
5.8
57
53
5.8
72
62
5.9
67
57
5.9
62
52
5.8
57
52
5.7
72
60
5.9
67
55
5.8
62
50
5.7
57
50
5.7
72
57
5.8
67
53
5.8
62
48
5.7
57
48
5.6
1
These capacities are gross ratings. For net capacity, determine the KW of the supply air blower motor from the Blower Performance Table, multiply this value by
3.415 MBH / KW to determine the motor heat, and deduct this heat from the gross capacity of the unit.
2
These ratings include the compressor and the outdoor fan motors but not the supply air blower motor. The total outdoor fan motor power input is 0.35 KW.
Refer to the Blower Performance Table for the KW of the supply air blower motor.
NOMINAL RATING
6
ALL SENSIBLE CAPACITY
Unitary Products Group
511.17-TG1Y
HEAT PUMP HEATING CAPACITIES
BHN036
CFM
RET. AIR
°F
55
1750
70
80
55
1400
70
80
55
1200
70
80
55
1050
70
80
CAP
& KW
MBH
KW
MBH
KW
MBH
KW
MBH
KW
MBH
KW
MBH
KW
MBH
KW
MBH
KW
MBH
KW
MBH
KW
MBH
KW
MBH
KW
-10
13.1
2.9
11.9
3.0
10.9
3.1
12.4
2.7
11.4
2.9
10.4
3.0
11.8
2.7
10.8
2.9
9.9
2.9
11.2
2.6
10.2
2.8
9.3
2.8
0
16.4
3.0
15.0
3.1
13.6
3.2
15.5
2.9
14.1
3.0
13.1
3.1
14.8
2.8
13.5
3.0
12.4
3.1
14.1
2.7
12.8
2.9
11.7
3.0
MBH
KW
MBH
KW
MBH
KW
MBH
KW
MBH
KW
MBH
KW
MBH
KW
MBH
KW
MBH
KW
12.3
3.4
11.8
3.5
10.9
3.6
12.1
3.3
11.6
3.4
10.7
3.5
10.9
3.1
10.5
3.2
9.6
3.3
17.3
3.5
16.6
3.6
15.3
3.7
17.0
3.4
16.3
3.5
15.0
3.6
15.3
3.2
14.7
3.3
13.5
3.4
MBH
KW
MBH
KW
MBH
KW
MBH
KW
MBH
KW
MBH
KW
MBH
KW
MBH
KW
MBH
KW
18.2
5.0
17.5
5.2
16.1
5.4
18.0
4.7
17.3
4.9
15.9
5.1
16.2
4.5
15.6
4.7
14.4
4.9
24.7
5.1
23.7
5.3
21.8
5.6
24.4
4.8
23.5
5.0
21.6
5.3
22.0
4.6
21.2
4.8
19.5
5.0
OUTDOOR AIR TEMPERATURE, °F (72% RH)
10
20
30
40
23.5
29.1
30.2
41.7
3.2
3.3
3.5
3.7
21.5
26.7
27.7
38.2
3.4
3.4
3.6
3.8
19.6
24.3
25.2
34.8
3.4
3.5
3.8
3.9
22.5
27.7
28.7
39.6
3.0
3.1
3.3
3.5
20.3
25.2
26.1
36.1
3.2
3.3
3.5
3.7
18.0
23.2
24.2
33.3
3.2
3.4
3.6
3.8
21.3
26.5
27.5
37.8
3.0
3.1
3.3
3.4
19.4
24.0
24.9
34.4
3.1
3.3
3.4
3.6
17.8
22.0
22.9
31.5
3.2
3.4
3.5
3.7
20.3
25.2
26.1
35.9
2.9
3.0
3.3
3.3
18.5
22.8
23.6
32.7
3.0
3.2
3.3
3.5
16.7
20.7
21.5
29.8
3.1
3.3
3.4
3.6
50
47.0
3.8
43.1
3.9
39.3
4.1
44.7
3.6
40.7
3.8
37.6
3.9
42.7
3.5
38.8
3.7
35.6
3.8
40.6
3.5
36.9
3.6
33.6
3.7
60
48.2
3.9
44.1
4.1
40.2
4.2
45.8
3.7
41.6
3.9
38.5
4.0
43.7
3.6
39.7
3.8
36.5
3.9
41.6
3.5
37.8
3.7
34.4
3.8
BHN048
55
2000
70
80
55
1600
70
80
55
1200
70
80
22.5
3.6
21.6
3.8
19.9
4.0
22.0
3.5
21.2
3.6
19.5
3.8
19.9
3.3
19.1
3.4
17.6
3.5
28.2
3.6
27.1
3.8
24.9
4.0
27.7
3.6
26.6
3.7
24.5
3.9
24.9
3.4
24.0
3.5
22.0
3.6
36.3
3.8
34.9
4.0
32.1
4.1
34.5
3.6
33.2
3.8
30.5
4.0
31.7
3.5
30.5
3.6
28.1
3.8
44.5
4.0
42.8
4.2
39.4
4.4
42.3
3.8
40.7
4.0
37.4
4.2
38.9
3.7
37.4
3.8
34.4
4.0
53.8
4.6
51.7
4.8
47.6
5.0
51.2
4.4
49.2
4.6
45.3
4.8
47.0
4.2
45.2
4.4
41.6
4.6
61.6
5.2
59.2
5.4
54.5
5.7
58.6
5.0
56.3
5.2
51.8
5.4
53.8
4.8
51.7
5.0
47.6
5.2
38.4
5.3
37.0
5.5
34.0
5.8
38.1
5.0
36.6
5.2
33.7
5.5
34.3
4.8
33.0
5.0
30.4
5.2
45.6
5.3
43.9
5.6
40.4
5.9
45.0
5.3
43.3
5.5
39.8
5.8
41.4
5.0
39.8
5.2
36.6
5.5
55.4
5.6
53.3
5.9
49.0
6.0
54.7
5.5
52.6
5.8
48.4
6.1
50.2
5.3
48.3
5.5
44.5
5.8
64.7
5.9
62.2
6.2
57.2
6.5
63.9
5.8
61.4
6.1
56.5
6.4
58.7
5.5
56.4
5.8
51.9
6.1
75.6
6.5
72.7
6.8
66.9
7.2
74.7
6.4
71.8
6.7
66.1
7.0
68.6
6.1
66.0
6.4
60.7
6.7
BHN060
55
2500
70
80
55
2000
70
80
55
1500
70
80
Unitary Products Group
31.1
5.2
29.9
5.4
27.5
5.7
30.8
4.9
29.6
5.1
27.2
5.4
27.8
4.7
26.7
4.9
24.6
5.1
7
511.17-TG1Y
SUPPLY AIR BLOWER PERFORMANCE - BHN036 & 048 with Belt-Drive
BHN036 - SIDE DUCT APPLICATIONS (230/460/575 VOLTS)
MODEL AIR FLOW
BHN
CFM
036
1700
1600
1500
1400
1300
1200
1100
1000
900
MODEL AIR FLOW
BHN
CFM
036
1700
1600
1500
1400
1300
1200
1100
1000
900
0.20
RPM Watts
835
705
811
655
782
610
-
0.30
RPM Watts
880
745
854
695
827
650
798
595
-
Available External Static Pressure - IWG*
0.40
0.50
0.60
RPM Watts RPM Watts RPM Watts
923
795
969
860
1013
970
898
740
942
790
986
840
871
685
917
730
960
775
844
640
889
680
932
720
816
590
862
635
907
675
834
585
881
630
809
550
855
590
782
510
829
545
797
500
0.70
RPM Watts
1029
900
1003
825
975
765
951
715
927
665
900
625
872
858
843
540
0.80
RPM Watts
1046
905
1018
790
995
750
970
705
942
665
919
625
890
580
0.90
RPM Watts
1055
875
1036
780
1011
735
987
690
963
655
936
615
1.00
RPM Watts
1066
850
1047
765
1028
720
1005
680
980
645
Available External Static Pressure - IWG*
1.10
1.20
1.30
RPM Watts RPM Watts RPM Watts
1075
800
1060
750
1084
775
1040
695
1068
715
1089
735
1020
660
1050
670
1053
680
1.40
RPM Watts
1090
690
1.50
RPM Watts
-
NOTE: FOR 208 VOLTS, MULTIPLY VALUES BY 0.95.
*INCLUDES ALLOWANCES FOR A WET INDOOR COIL, 1" FILTERS, AND THE HEAT EXCHANGERS.
REFER TO THE STATIC RESISTANCES TABLE FOR RESISTANCE VALUES ON
APPLICATIONS OTHER THAN GAS / ELECTRIC UNITS WITH SIDE DUCT AIRFLOWS.
BHN048 - SIDE DUCT APPLICATIONS (230/460/575 VOLTS)
MODEL AIR FLOW
BHN
CFM
048
2000
1900
1800
1700
1600
1500
1400
1300
1200
MODEL AIR FLOW
BHN
CFM
048
2000
1900
1800
1700
1600
1500
1400
1300
1200
0.20
RPM Watts
843
860
817
775
790
700
-
0.30
RPM Watts
880
925
854
850
828
760
802
670
-
Available External Static Pressure - IWG*
0.40
0.50
0.60
RPM Watts RPM Watts RPM Watts
919
1005
956
1065
993
1145
893
920
930
995
970
1065
867
840
906
905
944
980
840
745
881
815
920
900
818
665
858
740
898
820
842
695
882
755
833
650
867
705
858
665
847
640
0.70
RPM Watts
1030
1195
1008
1125
985
1040
961
970
940
890
922
835
904
765
893
725
880
680
0.80
RPM Watts
1067
1235
1046
1170
1025
1100
1001
1030
980
950
962
895
942
820
932
785
916
730
0.90
RPM Watts
1103
1270
1085
1210
1064
1145
1040
1075
1020
1005
1003
945
982
880
970
835
953
780
1.00
RPM Watts
1102
1180
1081
1115
1060
1050
1044
995
1024
920
1010
870
992
815
Available External Static Pressure - IWG*
1.10
1.20
1.30
RPM Watts RPM Watts RPM Watts
1121
1140
1100
1085
1086
1035
1067
965
1107
1000
1053
920
1099
960
1034
855
1080
905
-
1.40
RPM Watts
-
1.50
RPM Watts
-
NOTE: FOR 208 VOLTS, MULTIPLY VALUES BY 0.95.
*INCLUDES ALLOWANCES FOR A WET INDOOR COIL, 1" FILTERS, AND THE HEAT EXCHANGERS.
REFER TO THE STATIC RESISTANCES TABLE FOR RESISTANCE VALUES ON
APPLICATIONS OTHER THAN GAS / ELECTRIC UNITS WITH SIDE DUCT AIRFLOWS.
8
Unitary Products Group
511.17-TG1Y
SUPPLY AIR BLOWER PERFORMANCE - BHN060 with Belt-Drive
BHN060 - SIDE DUCT APPLICATIONS (230/460/575 VOLTS)
MODEL AIR FLOW
BHN
CFM
2500
2400
2300
2200
2100
2000
1900
1800
1700
1600
1500
060
MODEL AIR FLOW
BHN
CFM
2500
2400
2300
2200
2100
2000
1900
1800
1700
1600
1500
060
0.20
RPM Watts
1059
1560
1032
1405
1005
1260
980
1160
930
1060
877
950
-
0.30
RPM Watts
1077
1590
1054
1470
1024
1275
1002
1170
957
1070
908
975
-
Available External Static Pressure - IWG*
0.40
0.50
0.60
RPM Watts RPM Watts RPM Watts
1095
1630
1114
1650
1134
1660
1074
1525
1094
1560
1116
1595
1049
1370
1069
1440
1090
1475
1022
1190
1044
1250
1066
1350
983
1080
1010
1100
1039
1160
941
1000
976
1020
1009
1050
894
885
940
940
980
980
855
815
903
860
950
905
884
815
925
850
864
770
908
805
882
740
0.70
RPM Watts
1158
1685
1140
1620
1116
1505
1090
1410
1064
1260
1040
1100
1014
1020
988
940
964
880
948
835
926
780
0.80
RPM Watts
1181
1720
1167
1640
1142
1535
1117
1440
1092
1340
1070
1225
1047
1095
1022
970
1001
910
987
870
965
830
0.90
RPM Watts
1193
1665
1170
1580
1148
1480
1121
1385
1100
1285
1079
1180
1058
1060
1035
960
1020
900
1004
860
1.00
RPM Watts
1202
1620
1180
1530
1155
1425
1133
1340
1110
1240
1090
1135
1071
1030
1056
965
1038
880
Available External Static Pressure - IWG*
1.10
1.20
1.30
RPM Watts RPM Watts RPM Watts
1190
1475
1169
1385
1205
1445
1143
1280
1178
1330
1222
1375
1122
1190
1158
1240
1196
1295
1103
1100
1134
1140
1164
1175
1088
1035
1118
1065
1145
1105
1070
925
1101
980
1130
1045
1.40
RPM Watts
1197
1205
1170
1130
1158
1075
1.50
RPM Watts
1198
1150
1184
1110
NOTE: FOR 208 VOLTS, MULTIPLY VALUES BY 0.95.
*INCLUDES ALLOWANCES FOR A WET INDOOR COIL, 1" FILTERS, AND THE HEAT EXCHANGERS.
REFER TO THE STATIC RESISTANCES TABLE FOR RESISTANCE VALUES ON
APPLICATIONS OTHER THAN GAS / ELECTRIC UNITS WITH SIDE DUCT AIRFLOWS.
SUPPLY AIR BLOWER PERFORMANCE - BHN036, 048, 060 with Direct-Drive
GAS HEAT @ 230/460/575 VOLTS - Side Duct Applications
MODEL
BHN
MOTOR
SPEED
036
048
060
0.20
CFM Watts
1684 800
1487 710
1996 960
1804 838
1681 760
2400 1155
2290 1105
2150 1020
HI
MED
LOW
HI
MED
LOW
HI
MED
LOW
0.30
CFM Watts
1631 780
1464 690
1933 936
1765 810
1640 738
2338 1125
2214 1065
2100 990
Available External Static Pressure - IWG*
0.40
0.50
0.60
0.70
0.80
CFM Watts CFM Watts CFM Watts CFM Watts CFM Watts
1699 825 1650 785 1570 755 1430 725 1360 700
1582 750 1524 720 1410 690 1324 650 1260 630
1421 670 1367 650 1315 620 1246 605 1185 590
1868 910 1795 880 1722 845 1635 820 1544 790
1714 785 1650 765 1589 735 1508 705 1407 675
1604 715 1541 695 1490 670 1416 645 1337 620
2274 1095 2167 1045 2096 1010 1990 980 1887 945
2145 1030 2071 990 1990 950 1911 920 1828 885
2029 950 1965 910 1905 880 1816 838 1724 800
0.90
CFM Watts
1280 680
1185 610
1110 570
1419 765
1306 645
1230 595
1771 905
1724 835
1644 770
1.00
CFM Watts
1180 655
1100 590
1020 545
1300 740
1195 625
1120 575
1629 855
1604 798
1531 710
NOTE: FOR 208 VOLTS, MULTIPLY VALUES BY 0.95.
*INCLUDES ALLOWANCES FOR A WET INDOOR COIL, 1" FILTERS, AND THE HEAT EXCHANGERS.
REFER TO THE STATIC RESISTANCES TABLE FOR RESISTANCE VALUES ON
APPLICATIONS OTHER THAN GAS / ELECTRIC UNITS WITH SIDE DUCT AIRFLOWS.
MOTOR AND DRIVE DATA - Belt-Drive Blower
MODEL
BHN 036
BHN 048
BHN 060
MOTOR*
BLOWER
RANGE
(RPM)
HP
RPM
FRAME
SIZE
780 - 1090
790 - 1120
850 - 1220
1
1-1/2
1-1/2
1100
1725
1725
48
56
56
ADJUSTABLE
MOTOR PULLEY
PITCH
SERVICE
BORE
DIA.
FACTOR
(in.)
(in.)
2.4 - 3.4
5/8
1.15
2.4 - 3.4
7/8
1.15
2.4 - 3.4
7/8
FIXED
BLOWER PULLEY
PITCH
BORE
DIA.
(in.)
(in.)
3.5
1
5.7
1
5.2
1
BELT
PITCH
LENGTH
(in.)
33.3
37.3
37.3
DESIGNATION
A32
A36
A36
*All motors have solid bases and are inherently protected. These motors can be selected to operate into their service factor because they are located in the moving air, upstream of any
heating device.
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STATIC RESISTANCES
EXTERNAL STATIC PRESSURE DROP
RESISTANCE, IWG
CFM
1000
1200
1400
1600
1800
2000
0.07
0.08
0.09
0.11
0.13
0.15
0.06
0.07
0.08
0.09
0.10
0.11
DESCRIPTION
Economizer1, 2
Bottom Duct Connections1
2200
0.17
0.12
2400
0.20
0.14
2600
0.23
0.16
1
Deduct these resistance values from the available unit external static pressure shown in the respective Blower Performance Table.
2
The pressure thru the economizer is greater for 100% outdoor air than for 100% return air. If the resistance of the return air duct system is less than 0.25 IWG, the unit will deliver less CFM
during full economizer operation.
FIELD WIRING
CONTROL WIRING
LOW VOLTAGE WIRING (24 VOLT THERMOSTAT)
THERMOSTAT 1
TERMINALS
R
Y1
Y2
LOW VOLTAGE WIRING (ELECTRONIC THERMOSTAT)
UNIT TERMINALS
STRIP TB1
THERMOSTAT
TERMINALS
R
Y1
2
W1
A1
A2
Y2
X
E
E
G
B
G
B
2
2
A1
A2
E
R
R
Y1
Y1
Y2
24 VOLT
TRANSFORMER
A1
A2
1 = 24 volt thermostat 2TH11704224 with emergency heat switch.
2 = Second stage cooling may be used on units with economizer.
Remove jumper J1 from terminals 10 and 11 on jumper plug
connector S7.
UNIT TERMINALS
STRIP TB1
E
W1
W2
W2
X
1
3
Y2
W1
W1
W2
W2
G
B
LED 1
G
B
X
LED 2
ADD
JUMPER
COM
T
T
TO REMOTE SENSOR
2TH04702224 (IF USED)
1 = Electronic programmable thermostat 2ET04700424.
(includes subbase)
2 = Terminals A1 and A2 provide a relay output to close
the outdoor economizer dampers when the thermostat
switches to the set-back position.
3 = Second stage cooling may be used on units with economizer.
Remove jumper J1 from terminals 10 and 11 on jumper plug
connector S7.
POWER WIRING
REFER TO ELECTRICAL DATA
TABLES TO SIZE THE
DISCONNECT SWITCH, THE
WIRING AND OVERCURRENT
PROTECTION
10
REFER TO ELECTRICAL DATA
TABLES TO SIZE THE
DISCONNECT SWITCH, THE
WIRING AND OVERCURRENT
PROTECTION
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ELECTRICAL DATA - Basic Unit (Direct-Drive)
MODEL
BHN
036
048
060
NOTES:
POWER
SUPPLY
208/230-1-60
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60
208/230-1-60
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60
208/230-1-60
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60
VOLTAGE
LIMITATIONS
MIN.
MAX.
RLA
LRA
OUTDOOR
FAN
MOTOR,
FLA
187
187
414
518
187
187
414
518
187
187
414
518
253
253
504
630
253
253
504
630
253
253
504
630
19.0
11.9
5.9
5.8
23.1
14.7
7.7
6.4
32.1
19.3
10.0
7.9
105
85
42
44
105
130
64
52
169
123
62
50
1.7
1.7
1.0
1.0
2.3
2.3
1.4
1.4
2.3
2.3
1.4
1.4
COMPRESSOR
(SEE NOTE 1)
SUPPLY
AIR
BLOWER
MOTOR,
FLA
4.4
4.4
2.2
2.2
5.0
5.0
2.2
2.2
6.6
6.6
3.3
3.3
MAX.
FUSE
SIZE,
MINIMUM
CIRCUIT
AMPACITY
(SEE NOTE 2)
29.9
21.0
10.6
10.5
36.2
25.7
13.2
11.6
49.0
33.0
17.2
14.6
AMPS
45
30
15
15
50
40
20
15
80
50
25
20
MAX.
HACR
BREAKER
SIZE,
AMPS
50
30
15
15
50
40
20
15
80
50
25
20
1. Utilization Range “A” in accordance with ARI Standard 110.
2. Dual element, time delay type.
ELECTRICAL DATA - Basic Unit (Belt-Drive)
MODEL
BHN
036
048
060
NOTES:
POWER
SUPPLY
208/230-1-60
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60
208/230-1-60
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60
208/230-1-60
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60
VOLTAGE
LIMITATIONS
MIN.
MAX.
RLA
LRA
OUTDOOR
FAN
MOTOR,
FLA
187
187
414
518
187
187
414
518
187
187
414
518
253
253
504
630
253
253
504
630
253
253
504
630
19.0
11.9
5.9
5.8
23.1
14.7
7.7
6.4
32.1
19.3
10.0
7.9
105
85
42
44
105
130
64
52
169
123
62
50
1.7
1.7
1.0
1.0
2.3
2.3
1.4
1.4
2.3
2.3
1.4
1.4
COMPRESSOR
(SEE NOTE 1)
SUPPLY
AIR
BLOWER
MOTOR,
FLA
5.3
5.3
3.1
3.1
8.6
5.2
2.6
2.0
8.6
6.0
3.0
2.4
MAX.
FUSE
SIZE,
MINIMUM
CIRCUIT
AMPACITY
(SEE NOTE 2)
30.8
21.9
11.5
11.4
39.7
25.9
13.6
11.4
51.4
32.4
16.9
13.7
AMPS
45
30
15
15
50
40
20
15
50
50
25
20
MAX.
HACR
BREAKER
SIZE,
AMPS
45
30
15
15
50
40
20
15
50
50
25
20
1. Utilization Range “A” in accordance with ARI Standard 110.
2. Dual element, time delay type.
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UNIT DIMENSIONS (BHN - 3, 4 & 5 TON)
OUTDOOR COIL
(Direct-Drive Units)
RETURN AIR
SUPPLY AIR
OUTDOOR AIR
OUTDOOR AIR
(Economizer)
All dimensions are in inches. They are subject to change without notice. Certified dimensions will be provided upon request.
CLEARANCES
Front
Back
Left Side (Filter Access)
Right Side (OD Coil)
Below Unit1
Above Unit2
32"
12" (Less Economizer)
36" (With Economizer or Fixed
Air/Motorized Air Damper)
24" (Less Economizer)
36" (With Economizer)
24"
20"
72" (For Outdoor Air Discharge)
1
Units may be installed on combustible floors made from wood or class A, B or C
roof covering material.
Units must be installed oudoors. Overhanging structures or shrubs should not
obstruct condenser air discharge outlet.
2
UTILITIES ENTRY DATA
HOLE
A
B
C
D
KNOCKOUT
SIZE
(DIA.)
7/8" *
2" *
1-5/8"
1-1/2"
USED FOR
Control Wiring (Side or Bottom)**
Power Wiring (Side or Bottom)
Gas Piping (Front)
Gas Piping (Bottom)
*Knockouts in the bottom of the unit can be located by the slice
in the insulation.
**Do not remove the 2" knockout ring.
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NOTE:
A 1" clearance must be provided between any combustible material and the supply
air ductwork for a distance of 3 feet from the unit.
The products of combustion must not be allowed to accumulate within a confined
space and recirculate.
Locate unit so that the vent air outlet hood is at least:
•
•
Three (3) feet above any forced air inlet located within 10 horizontal feet (excluding those integral to the unit).
Four (4) feet below, 4 horizontal feet from, or 1 foot above any door or gravity air
inlet into the building.
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UNIT DIMENSIONS - CONT’D. (BHN - 3, 4 & 5 TON)
111⁄2
3
171⁄2
111⁄2
61⁄2
REAR VIEW
171⁄2
SIDE SUPPLY AND RETURN AIR
DUCT OPENINGS
45⁄8
77⁄8
271⁄2
DUCT COVERS - Units are shipped with all air duct
openings covered.
For side duct applications;
1.Remove and discard the supply and return air duct
covers.
2.Connect ductwork to duct flanges on the rear of the
unit.
For bottom duct applications;
1. Remove the side supply air duct cover to gain access
to the bottom supply air knockout panel.
2. Remove and discard the bottom knockout panel.
3. Replace the side duct cover.
4. With filter section access panel removed from the
unit, remove and discard the bottom return air
knockout panel.
5. Replace the filter access panel.
15⁄8
3⁄4“ CONDENSATE
DRAIN
(must be trapped)
271⁄2
193⁄4
REAR VIEW
191⁄2
447⁄8
DETAIL “A”
UNIT WITH ECONOMIZER RAINHOOD
L.H. END VIEW
271⁄2
71⁄4
307⁄8
101⁄4
31⁄2
B
191⁄8
A
REAR VIEW
81⁄4
447⁄8
"A"
43⁄8
L.H. END VIEW
DETAIL “B”
UNIT WITH FIXED OUTDOOR AIR/MOTORIZED DAMPER RAINHOOD
DIMENSION "A"
FIXED
OUTDOOR
AIR DAMPER
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MOTORIZED
DAMPER
161⁄2
UNIT AND CURB APPLICATION
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ROOF CURB DIMENSIONS
BHN - 3, 4 & 5 TON
COMPRESSOR
AND OUTDOOR COIL
END OF UNIT
DUCT SIZE:
Supply Air = 19" x 19"
Return Air = 19" x 19’
COMPONENT WEIGHTS AND CENTER OF GRAVITY
BASIC UNIT
OPTIONS/ACCESSORIES
CORNER WEIGHTS*
(location, lbs.)
BHN
SIZE
(heat)
UNIT
WEIGHT*
(lbs.)
"A"
"B"
"C"
"D"
ECONIMIZER
50
036 (41 Mbh)
665
188
185
145
147
MOTORIZED OUTDOOR AIR DAMPER
26
036 (82 Mbh)
675
191
188
147
149
ROOF MOUNTING CURB
92
10
DESCRIPTION
048 (62 Mbh)
705
199
196
154
156
RELIEF/FIXED AIR DAMPER
048 (103 Mbh)
715
202
199
156
158
BELT-DRIVE BLOWER
060 (82 Mbh)
730
206
203
159
162
060 (103 Mbh)
740
209
206
161
164
WEIGHT
5
* Weight = Unit + Economizer.
CORNER "D"
CORNER "A"
BACK
447⁄8
CORNER "C"
821⁄4
403⁄4
OUTDOOR COIL
END OF UNIT
APPROXIMATE
CENTER OF GRAVITY
FRONT
193⁄4
CORNER "B"
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TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
ROOF JACK
INSTALLATION
ROOF CURB
INSTALLATION
SLAB ON GROUND
INSTALLATION
TYPICAL ROOF-TOP INSTALLATION
FIELD-SUPPLIED
DISCONNECT SWITCH
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FACTORY-INSTALLED OPTIONS
ECONOMIZER - Units equipped with the factory-installed
economizer option have dampers that are positioned by a
spring return, fully modulating damper actuator capable of
introducing up to 100% outdoor air. As the outdoor air intake
dampers open, the return air dampers close. The changeover
from mechanical refrigeration to economizer operation is
determined by a single input electronic enthalpy control.
Simultaneous compressor and economizer operation is also
possible.
The economizer is completely installed and wired at the factory.
Only the outdoor air hood, including its filters, need be
assembled and installed in the field.
BELT-DRIVE BLOWERS - Adjustable belt-drive blowers,
providing maximum flexibility to handle many airflow
requirements, are available on all models.
This single enthalpy system contains a sensor that monitors the
outdoor air which automatically operates the damper actuator
allowing the dampers to open or close.
FIELD-INSTALLED ACCESSORIES
SINGLE INPUT ELECTRONIC ENTHALPY ECONOMIZER -
Includes a slide-in/plug-in damper assembly with fully
modulating spring return motor actuator capable of introducing
up to 100% outdoor air, one outdoor air electronic enthalpy
sensor and a rainhood with filters. The rainhood is painted to
match the basic unit and must be field-assembled before
installation. Economizer dampers are 2% low leakage type.
DUAL INPUT ELECTRONIC ENTHALPY ECONOMIZER - Includes
the same damper system and rainhood with filters as described
for a single enthalpy economizer above except this accessory
contains two enthalpy sensors. It uses a differential enthalpy
control that compares the outdoor air versus the return air. The
logic module then optimizes the economizer operation for
additional savings over the single input economizer.
MOTORIZED AIR DAMPER - Includes a slid-in/plug-in damper
assembly with a rainhood and filters. The outdoor air dampers
open when the indoor fan motor is energized. The damper is
capable of providing 0% through 100% of outdoor return air
opening.
MANUAL OUTDOOR DAMPER - Provides 0% through 35%
or 0% through 100% of return air opening (field adjustable).
Designed for duct mounted side or bottom supply/return
applications. Includes rain hood assembly and filter.
BAROMETRIC RELIEF DAMPER - Contains a rain hood, air
inlet screen, exhaust damper and mounting hardware. Used to
relieve internal air pressure through the unit during economizer
operation.
ROOF CURB - This 14" high full perimeter roof curb is knocked
down for field assembly and contains duct supports that can
easily be shifted for the desired unit duct arrangement. No deck
is required because the unit underside is insulated.
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START ASSIST KIT (Standard on 4 ton units) - Provides
increased starting torque for 3 and 5 ton single phase units in
areas with low voltage conditions. It contains a 12.5 OHM
PTCR temperature resistor with a support clip and hardware
for mounting.
ANTI-RECYCLE TIMER - A timer to prevent the unit
compressor from short cycling. It assures 5 minutes off time
between compressor cycles.
OUTDOOR COIL GUARD - Consists of grille-type sections for
assembling over the outdoor coil to protect it from damage.
WALL THERMOSTAT - The units are designed to operate with
24-volt electronic and electro-mechanical thermostats. All units
can operate with single stage heat/single stage cool
thermostats - with or without the economizer. To obtain
maximum economizer operating savings, a two stage cooling
thermostat should be used. To obtain two stage cooling
operation, a jumper wire must be removed on the low voltage
relay board. (See unit wiring diagram.)
PROPANE CONVERSION KIT - Converts a gas-fired heater
from natural gas to propane. It contains main burner orifices, a
pilot orifice and a regulator spring.
LOW NOx KIT - Contains five stainless steel expanded metal
sheets for mounting into the heat exchanger tubes to meet the
California low nitrous oxide emission requirements.
HIGH ALTITUDE CONVERSION (NATURAL AND PROPANE) Provides orifices for proper furnace operation at altitudes up to
6000 feet. For propane applications, the propane conversion
kit will also be required.
GAS PIPING - This kit contains 1/2" pipe nipples, fittings and
gas cock (including panel access gaskets) required for bottom
gas supply connection with external shut-off.
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MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Units shall be factory-assembled, single packaged Dual Fuel
Heat Pumps, designed for outdoor mounted installation. They
shall utilize mechanical cooling & heating, as well as,
supplemental gas heating. Units shall have minimum SEER
ratings of 10.0. They shall have built in field convertible duct
connections for down discharge supply/return or horizontal
discharge supply/return, and be available with factory installed
options or field installed accessories.
The units shall be factory wired, piped, charged with R-22
refrigerant and factory tested prior to shipment. All unit wiring
shall be both numbered and color coded. Enclosed in each unit
shall be a factory test log sheet consisting of the unit tested
pressures, temperatures and amps, as tested prior to
shipment.
All units shall be manufactured in a facility certified to ISO 9001
standards, and the cooling performance shall be rated in
accordance with DOE and ARI test procedures. Units shall be
UL listed and classified to ANSIZ21.47 standards and UL
1995/CAN/CSA No. 236-M90 conditions.
factor. Units shall be designed not to operate above service
factor.
2. Fan wheel shall be double-inlet type with forward-curved
blades, dynamically balanced to operate smoothly throughout the entire range of operation. Airflow design shall be
constant air volume.
3. Bearings shall be sealed and permanently lubricated for
longer life and no maintenance.
OUTDOOR FAN ASSEMBLY
1. The outdoor fan shall be of the direct-driven propeller type,
discharge air vertically, have aluminum blades riveted to
corrosion resistant steel spider bracket and shall be dynamically balanced for smooth operation.
2. The outdoor fan motor shall be totally enclosed with permanently lubricated bearings and internally protected against
overload conditions.
UNIT CABINET
REFRIGERANT COMPONENTS
1. Unit cabinet shall be constructed of G90 galvanized steel,
with exterior surfaces coated with a non-chalking, powered
paint finish, certified at 750 hours salt spray test per ASTMB117 standards.
1. Compressors:
2. Indoor blower section shall be insulated with up to 1” thick
insulation, coated on the air side. Aluminum foil faced
insulation shall be used in the furnace compartment and be
fastened with ridged fasteners to prevent insulation from
entering the air stream.
3. Cabinet panels shall be “large” size, easily removable for
servicing and maintenance.
A. Shall be fully hermetic type, direct drive, internally protected with internal high-pressure relief and over temperature protection. The hermetic motor shall be suction
gas cooled and have a voltage range of + or - 10% of
the unit nameplate voltage.
B. Shall have internal spring isolation and sound muffling
to minimize vibration and noise, and be externally isolated on a dedicated, independent mounting.
2. Coils:
4. Full perimeter base rails shall be provided to assure reliable
transit of equipment, overhead rigging, fork truck access
and proper sealing on roof curb applications.
A. Evaporator and condenser coils shall have aluminum
plate fins mechanically bonded to seamless internallyenhanced copper tubes with all joints brazed. Special
Phenolic coating shall be available as a factory option.
5. Disposable 1” filters shall be furnished and be accessible
through a removable access door, sealed air tight. Units
filter track shall be designed to accommodate either 1” or
2” filters.
B. Evaporator and Condenser coils shall be of the direct
expansion, draw-thru design.
6. Fan performance measuring ports shall be provided on the
outside of the cabinet to allow accurate air measurements
of evaporator fan performance without removing panels or
creating air by-pass of the coils.
7. Units vertical discharge and return duct configuration shall
be designed to fit between standard 24” O.C. beams without modification to building structure, duct work and base
unit.
8. Condensate pan shall be internally sloped and conform to
ASHARE 62-89 self-draining standards. Condensate connection shall be a minimum of 3/4” I.D. female and be a
ridged mount connection.
3. Refrigerant Circuit and Refrigerant Safety Components
shall include:
A. Independent fixed-orifice expansion devices.
B. Filter drier/strainer to eliminate any moisture or foreign
matter.
C. Accessible service gage connections on both suction
and discharge lines to charge, evacuate, and measure
refrigerant pressure during any necessary servicing or
troubleshooting, without losing charge.
D. The refrigeration system shall provide at least 15° F of
liquid sub-cooling at design conditions.
E. Unit shall have a suction line accumulator.
INDOOR (SUPPLY) FAN ASSEMBLY
1. Fan shall be direct drive, multi-speed, or a factory installed
belt drive, adjustable-pitch motor pulley option. Job site
selected (BHP) brake horse power shall not exceed the
motors nameplate horse power rating, plus the service
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A. Unit shall be complete with self contained low-voltage
control circuit protected by a resetable circuit breaker
fuse on the 24 volt transformer side.
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B. Unit shall incorporate a lock-out circuit which provides
reset capability at the space thermostat or base unit,
(1) - Loss-of-charge/Low-pressure switch.
(2) - High-pressure switch.
If any of the above safety devices trip, an LED (light-emitting
diode) indicator shall illuminate.
C. Unit shall incorporate “AUTO RESET” compressor overtemperature, over-current protection.
D. Unit shall operate with conventional thermostat designs
and have a low voltage terminal strip for easy hook-up.
E. Unit shall have freeze-protection thermostat on evaporator coil.
F. Unit shall incorporate an ambient compensated, time
and temperature defrost control.
(1) - Defrost shall be initiated on the basis of time and liquid
line temperature.
(2) - A 50/80/110-minute timer shall activate defrost cycle
only if liquid line temperature is low enough to indicate a
heavy frost condition.
(3)- Defrost cycle shall terminate when liquid line sensor
is satisfied and shall have a positive termination time of 10
minutes.
GAS HEATING SECTION
1. Shall be designed with induced draft combustion with post
purge logic, energy saving direct spark ignition and redundant main gas valve. Ventor wheel shall be constructed of
stainless steel for corrosion resistance.
2. The heat exchanger shall be of the tubular type, constructed of T1-40 aluminized steel for corrosion resistance
and allowing minimum mixed air entering temperature of
25° F.
3. Burners shall be of the in-shot type, constructed of aluminum coated steel and contain air mixture adjustments.
4. All gas piping shall enter the unit cabinet at a single location,
through either the side or bottom, without any field modifications.
5. An integrated control board shall provide timed control of
evaporator fan functioning and burner ignition.
6. Heating section shall be provided with the following minimum protection:
A Primary and auxiliary high-temperature limit switches.
B. Induced draft motor speed sensor.
C. Flame roll out switch (automatic reset).
D. Flame proving controls.
UNIT OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS
1. Unit shall be capable of starting and cooling at 125° F
outdoor temperature, exceeding maximum load criteria of
ARI Standard 210/240.
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ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
All unit power wiring shall enter unit cabinet at a single factory
provided location and be capable of side or bottom entry, to
minimize roof penetrations and avoid unit field modifications.
Separate side and bottom openings shall be provided for the
control wiring.
STANDARD LIMITED WARRANTIES
Compressor - 5 Years
Heat Exchange r- 10 Years
Elect. Heat. Elem. - 5 Years
Parts - 1 Year
OPTIONAL OUTDOOR AIR
(Shall be made available by either/or):
1. ELECTRONIC ENTHALPY AUTOMATIC ECONOMIZER Outdoor and return air dampers that are interlocked and
positioned by a fully-modulating, spring-return damper actuator. The maximum leakage rate for the outdoor air intake
dampers shall not exceed 2% when dampers are fully
closed and operating against a pressure differential of 0.5
IWG. A unit-mounted potentiometer shall be provided to
adjust the outdoor and return air damper assembly to take
in CFM of outdoor air to meet the minimum ventilation
requirement of the conditioned space during normal operation. During economizer operation, a mixed-air temperature
control shall modulate the outdoor and return air damper
assembly to prevent the supply air temperature from dropping below 55°F. Changeover from compressor to economizer operation shall be provided by an integral electronic
enthalpy control that feeds input into the basic module. The
outdoor intake opening shall be covered with a rain hood
that matches the exterior of the unit. Water eliminator/filters
shall be provided. Simultaneous economizer/compressor
operation is also possible. Dampers shall fully close on
power loss.
2. DUAL INPUT DIFFERENTIAL ELECTRONIC ENTHALPY
AUTOMATIC ECONOMIZER (Field Installed Only) - Outdoor and return air dampers that are interlocked and positioned by a fully-modulating, spring-return damper actuator.
The maximum leakage rate for the outdoor air intake dampers shall not exceed 2% when dampers are fully closed and
operating against a pressure differential of 0.5 IWG. A unit
mounted potentiometer shall be provided to adjust the
outdoor and return air damper assembly to take in the
design CFM of outdoor air to meet the minimum ventilation
requirement of the conditioned space during normal operation. During economizer operation, a mixed-air temperature
control shall modulate the outdoor and return air damper
assembly to prevent the supply air temperature from dropping below 55°F. Changeover from compressor to economizer operation shall be provided by two integral electronic
enthalpy controls - one that senses outdoor air and one that
senses indoor air. Both enthalpy sensors supply input to the
logic module which modulates both sets of dampers for
maximum economizer savings. The outdoor intake opening
shall be covered with a rain hood that matches the exterior
of the unit. Water eliminator/filters shall be provided. Simultaneous economizer/compressor operation is also possible. Dampers shall fully close on power loss.
The compressor, with standard controls, shall be capable
of cooling down to 45° F outdoor temperature.
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OTHER PRE-ENGINEERED ACCESSORIES AVAILABLE
1. ROOF CURB - 14” AND 8” high, full perimeter knockdown
curb with hinged design for quick assembly.
2. MANUAL OUTDOOR DAMPER - provides 0% through
35% or 0% through 100% outdoor air capability (field adjustable). Designed for duct mounted side supply/return
applications. Includes a hood and a screen assembly.
3. OUTDOOR COIL GUARD - Prevents coil damage.
4. BAROMETRIC RELIEF DAMPER - Contains a rain hood,
air inlet screen, exhaust damper and mounting hardware.
Used to relieve internal air pressure through the unit during
economizer operation.
5. PROPANE COPNVERSION KIT - Contains new orifices
and gas valve regulator to convert from natural to L.P. gas.
6. LOW NOX - Required to reduce the emission of nitrogen
oxides below 40 nano grams per joule.
7. HIGH ALTITUDE - NATURAL GAS - Required for applications between 2000 and 6000 feet altitude.
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8. HIGH ALTITUDE - PROPANE GAS - Required for applications between 2000 and 6000 feet altitude. Must be used
with propane conversion kit.
9. GAS PIPING - Contains 3/4” pipe nipples, fittings and gas
cock (including panel assess gaskets) required for bottom
gas supply connection with external shut-off.
10. BURGLAR BARS - Designed to work with above roofcurbs.
Fits duct openings of curb supply and return air openings.
11. THERMOSTATS - Multiple models available from A.C.O.,
M.C.O., Electronic or Electrical Mechanical versions.
12. ANTI-RECYCLE TIMER - Assures 5-minute off-time between compressor cycles.
OTHER FACTORY INSTALLED OPTIONS
1. HIGH PERFORMANCE BELT DRIVE MOTOR
2. TECHNICOAT PHENOLIC COATED COND. COIL
3. ELECTRONIC ENTHALPY ECONOMIZER
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208/230, 460 VOLT
MODELS ONLY
Unitary Products Group
P.O. Box 1592, York, Pennsylvania USA 17405-1592
Subject to change without notice. Printed in U.S.A.
Copyright  by York International Corporation 1997. All Rights Reserved.
SHU 8M 797 .88
208/230, 575 VOLT
MODELS ONLY
Codes: EBY, EGY
511.17-TG1Y
Supersedes: 511.17-TG1Y (1194)
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