Rheem Commercial Classic® Series Package Heat Pump

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Package Heat Pump
RJNL-C Series
Rheem Commercial Classic® Series
Package Heat Pump
RJNL-C High
Efficiency Series
With ClearControl™
Nominal Sizes 7.5 & 10 Ton [26.4 & 35.2 kW]
ASHRAE 90.1-2010 Compliant Models
“Proper sizing and installation of equipment is critical to
achieve optimal performance. Ask your Contractor for
details or visit www.energystar.gov.”
FORM NO. P11-793
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Table of Contents
RJNL-C Series
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Unit Features & Benefits ..............................................................................3-7
Model Number Identification ............................................................................8
Options..........................................................................................................9
Selection Procedure ......................................................................................10
General Data
RJNL-C Series......................................................................................11-14
General Data Notes ......................................................................................15
Gross Systems Performance Data
RJNL-C Series......................................................................................16-17
Airflow Performance
RJNL-C Series......................................................................................18-19
Units with Heater Kits ..............................................................................20-22
Electrical Data
RJNL-C Series......................................................................................23-24
Dimensional Data ....................................................................................25-28
Accessories ............................................................................................29-49
Mechanical Specifications ........................................................................50-55
Wiring Diagrams ......................................................................................56-58
Limited Warranty ..........................................................................................59
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Unit Features & Benefits
RJNL-C Series
STANDARD FEATURES INCLUDE:
• R-410A HFC refrigerant.
• Complete factory charged, wired and run tested.
• Scroll compressors with internal line break overload and
high-pressure protection.
• Convertible airflow.
• TXV refrigerant metering system.
• High Pressure and Low Pressure/Loss of charge protection
standard on all models.
• Solid Core liquid line filter drier.
• Cooling operation up to 125 degree F ambient.
• Foil faced insulation encapsulated throughout entire unit
minimizes airborne fibers from the air stream.
• Hinged major access door with heavy-duty gasketing, 1/4
turn latches and door retainers.
• Slide Out Indoor fan assembly for added service convenience.
• Powder Paint Finish meets ASTMB117 steel coated on each
side for maximum protection. G90 galvanized.
• One piece top cover and one piece base pan with drawn
supply and return opening for superior water management.
• Forkable base rails for easy handling and lifting.
• Single point electrical connections.
• Internally sloped slide out condensate pan conforms to
ASHRAE 62 standards.
• High performance belt drive motor with variable pitch pulleys
and quick adjust belt system.
• Permanently lubricated evaporator, condenser and gas heat
inducer motors.
• Condenser motors are internally protected, totally enclosed
with shaft down design.
• 2 inch filter standard with slide out design.
• 24 volt control system with resettable circuit breakers.
• Colored and labeled wiring.
• Copper tube/Aluminum Fin coils.
• Supplemental electric heat provides 100% efficient heating.
• Factory Installed ClearControl™, a Direct Digital Control
(DDC) and sensors which can connect to LonWorks™ or
BACnet ® BAS systems for remote monitoring and control.
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Unit Features & Benefits
RJNL-C Series
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(optional)
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(Unit shown with optional hail guard)
Rheem Package equipment is designed from the ground up with
the latest features and benefits required to compete in today’s
market. The clean design stands alone in the industry and is a
testament to the quality, reliability, ease of installation and serviceability that goes into each unit. Outwardly, the large Rheem
label ( 1 ) identifies the brand to the customer. The sheet-metal
cabinet ( 2 ) uses nothing less than 18-gauge material for structural components with an underlying coat of G90. To ensure the
leak-proof integrity of these units, the design utilizes a one-piece
top with a 1/8" drip lip ( 3 ), gasket-protected panels and
screws. The optional Rheem hail guard ( 4 ) is its trademark, and
sets the standard for coil protection in the industry. Every Rheem
package unit uses the toughest finish in the industry, using electro deposition baked-on enamel tested to withstand a rigorous
1000-hour salt spray test, per ASTM B117.
Anything built to last must start with the right foundation. In this
case, the foundation is 14-gauge, commercial-grade, fullperimeter base rails ( 5 ), which integrate fork slots and rigging
holes to save set-up time on the job site. The base pan is
stamped, which forms a 1-1/8" flange around the supply and
return cover and has eliminated the worry of water entering the
conditioned space ( 6 ). The drainpan ( 7 ) is made of material
that resists the growth of harmful bacteria and is sloped for the
latest IAQ benefits. The drainpan slides out for easy cleaning.
The insulation has been placed on the underside of the
basepan, removing areas that would allow for potential moisture
accumulation, which can facilitate growth of harmful bacteria.
All insulation is secured with both adhesive and mechanical fasteners, and all edges are hidden.
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During development, each unit was tested to U.L. 1995, AHRI
340-370 and other Rheem-required reliability tests. Rheem
adheres to stringent IS0 9002 quality procedures, and each unit
bears the U.L. and AHRI certification labels located on the unit
nameplate ( 8 ). Contractors can rest assured that when a
Rheem package unit arrives at the job, it is ready to go with a
factory charge and quality checks.
Access to all major compartments is from the front of the unit,
including the filter and electrical compartment, blower compartment, heating section, and outdoor section. Each panel is permanently embossed with the compartment name (control/filter
access, blower access and furnace access).
Control/filter blower and electric heat compartment access are
through large, hinged-access panels secured with 1/4 turn fasteners. On the outside of the panel is the unit nameplate, which
contains the model and serial number, electrical data and other
important unit information.
The unit charging chart is located on the inside of the electrical
and filter compartment door. Electrical wiring diagrams are found
on the control box cover,
which allows contractors to
move them to more readable
locations. To the right of the
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control box the model and
serial number can be found.
Having this information on
the inside will assure model
identification for the life of the
product. The production line
quality test assurance label is
also placed in this location
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( 9 ). The two-inch throwaway filters ( 10 ) are easily
removed on a tracked system
for easy replacement.
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Inside the control box ( 11 ), each
electrical component is clearly identified with a label that matches the
component to the wire diagram for
ease of trouble shooting. All wiring is
numbered on each end of the termination and color-coded to match the
wiring diagram. The control transformer has a low voltage circuit
breaker that trips if a low voltage
electrical short occurs.
For added convenience in the field,
a factory-installed convenience outlet ( 12 ) is available. Low and High
voltage can enter either from the
side or through the base. Low-voltage connections are made through
the low-voltage terminal strip on the
cooling control board. The high-voltage connection is terminated at the
terminal block inside electric heat
compartment. The suggested
mounting for the field-installed
disconnect is on the exterior side
of the electrical control box.
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The externally mounted gauge
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ports, which are permanently identified by embossed wording that
clearly identifies the high pressure connection and the low pressure connection, extend through the compressor access panel
( 13 ). With the gauge ports mounted externally, an accurate diagnostic of system operation can be performed quickly and easily.
The blower compartment access
door is hinged and secured with 1/4
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turn fasteners to allow easy maintenance of the blower assembly, the
entire assembly slides out by removing the 3/8" screws from the blower
retention bracket. The adjustable
motor pulley ( 14 ) can easily be adjusted by loosening the bolts
on either side of the motor mount. Removing the bolts allows for
easy removal of the blower pulley by pushing the blower assembly up to loosen the belt. Once the pulley is removed, the motor
sheave can be adjusted to the desired number of turns, ranging
from 1 to 6 turns open. Where the demands for the job require
high static, Rheem has high-static drives available that deliver
nominal airflow up to 2" of static. By referring to the airflow performance tables listed in the installation instructions, proper static pressure and CFM requirements can be dialed in. The scroll
housing ( 15 ) and blower scroll provide quiet and efficient airflow.
The blower sheave is secured by an “H” bushing which firmly
secures the pulley to the blower shaft for years of trouble-free
operation. The “H” bushing allows for easy removal of the
blower pulley from the shaft, as opposed to the use of a set
screw, which can score the shaft, creating burrs that make
blower-pulley removal difficult.
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RJNL-C Series
The freeze sensor ( 16 ) is attached
to the suction line in the blower
section. The freeze sensor protects the compressor if evaporator
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coil gets too cold (below freezing)
due to low airflow or low evaporator load and allows monitoring of
the suction line temperature on
the controller display. The high
and low pressure switches ( 17 )
and the optional low ambient control are mounted on the gauge
port lines inside the compressor
access panel. The high pressure
switch will shut off the compressor if pressure exceeds
610 PSIG. The low pressure
switch is used for loss of
charge protection. The low
ambient control allows for
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cooling operation down to 0
degrees ambient by cycling
the outdoor fans. Enhanced
feature demand defrost control has high and low pressure control inputs with unique pressure switch logic built into the rooftop unit controller (RTU-C) to
provide compressor and system protection without nuisance
lock-outs. LED’s and a LCD display on the unit controller provide
diagnostic information for service personnel. ( 18 )
As part of the ClearControl™ system which allows real time
monitoring and communication between rooftop units, the
RJNL-C Package Heat Pump has a Rooftop Unit Controller
(RTU-C) factory mounted and
wired in the control panel.
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The RTU-C is a solid-state
microprocessor-based control
board that provides flexible
control and extensive diagnostics for all unit functions.
The RTU-C through proportional/Integral control algorithms perform specific unit
functions that govern unit
operation in response to: zone conditions, system temperatures, system pressures, ambient conditions and electrical
inputs. The RTU-C features a 16 x 2 character LCD display and
a five-button keypad for local configuration and direct diagnosis
of the system. New features include a clogged filter switch
(CFS), fan proving switch (FPS), return air temperature sensor
(RAT), discharge air temperature sensor (DAT) and outdoor air
temperature sensor (OAT). Freeze sensors (FS) are used in place
of freezestats to allow measurement of refrigerant suction line
temperatures. The RJNL-C Package Heat Pump with the RTU-C
is specifically designed to be applied in four distinct applications:
The RJNL-C is compatible with a third party building management system that supports the BACnet Application Specific
Controller device profile, with the use of a field installed BACnet
Communication Module. The BACnet Communication Module
plugs onto the unit RTU-C controller and allows communication
between the RTU-C and the BACnet MSTP network. A zone
sensor, a BACnet network zone sensor, a BACnet thermostat or
DDC controller may be used to send the zone temperature or
thermostat demands to the RTU-C. The BACnet Communication Module is compatible with MSTP EIA-485 daisy chain networks communicating at 38.4 bps. It is compatible with twisted
pair, shielded cables.
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The RJNL-C is compatible with a third party building management system that supports the LonMark Space Comfort Controller (SCC) functional profile or LonMark Discharge Air Controller (DAC) functional profile. This is accomplished with a field
installed LonMark communication module. The LonMark Communication Module plugs onto the RTU-C controller and allows
communication between the RTU-C and a LonWorks Network. A
zone sensor, a LonTalk network zone sensor, or a LonTalk thermostat or DDC controller may be used to send the zone temperature or thermostat demands to the RTU-C. The LonMark Communication Module utilizes an FTT-10A free topology transceiver
communicating at 78.8 kbps. It is compatible with Echelon qualified twisted pair cable, Belden 8471 or NEMA Level 4 cables. The
Module can communicate up to 1640 ft. with no repeater. The
LonWorks limit of 64 nodes per segment applies to this device.
The RJNL-C is compatible with a programmable 24 volt thermostat. Connections are made via conventional thermostat screw
terminals. Extensive unit status and diagnostics are displayed
on the LCD screen of the RTU-C.
The RJNL-C is compatible with a zone sensor and mechanical
or solid state time clock connected to the RTU-C. Extensive unit
status and diagnostics are displayed on the LCD screen of the
RTU-C.
A factory or field installed Comfort Alert® module is available for
power phase-monitoring protection and additional compressor
diagnostics. The alarms can be displayed on the RTU-C display,
through the (BAS) network or connected to the “L-Terminal” of a
thermostat for notification.
Inside the blower compartment the
evaporator can also be viewed. The
evaporator uses enhanced fin technology for maximum heat transfer. The
thermal expansion valve and venturi
distributor assure even distribution of
refrigerant throughout the evaporator.
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Wiring throughout the unit is neatly
bundled and routed. Where wire harnesses go through the condenser bulkhead or blower deck, a molded wire harness assembly ( 19 ) provides an air-tight and water-tight seal, and provides strain relief.
Care is also taken to tuck raw edges of insulation behind sheet
metal to improve indoor air quality.
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The heating compartment contains the latest electric furnace
technology on the market. The 100% efficient electric furnace
can be factory-installed or easily field-installed. Built with easeof-installation in mind, the electric furnace is completely wired for
slide-in, plug-and-play installation in the field. With choices of 15
to 40 kilowatt offerings, the contractor is assured to get the correct amount of heating output to meet the designed heating load.
Power hook-up in the field is easy with single-point wiring to a terminal block ( 20 ) and a polarized plug for the low-voltage connection ( 21 ). The electric furnace comes with fuses for the unit ( 22 )
and for the electric furnace ( 23 ), and is UL certified ( 24 ). The
electric heating elements are of a wound-wire construction ( 25 )
and isolated with ceramic bushings. The limit switch ( 26 )
protects the design from over-temperature conditions. Each
electric furnace has the capability to be converted from singlestage operation to two-stage operation by removing a jumper on
the low-voltage terminal strip.
The compressor compartment
houses the heartbeat of the unit.
The scroll compressor ( 27 ) is
known for its long life, and for reliable, quiet, and efficient operation. The suction and discharge
lines ( 28 ) are designed to absorb
the strain and stress that the
starting torque, steady state operation, and shut down cycle
imposed on the refrigerant tubing.
A liquid line bi-flow filter drier ( 29 )
is conveniently located near the
TXV in the outdoor section. The
condenser fan motors ( 30 ) can
easily be accessed and
maintained through the unit
top. The polarized plug
connection allows the motor
to be changed quickly and
eliminates the need to snake
wires through the unit.
Unit Features & Benefits
RJNL-C Series
Each unit is designed
for both downflow or
horizontal applications
( 32 ) for job configuration flexibility. The
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return air compart32
ment can also contain
an economizer ( 33 ).
Three economizer models
exist, two for downflow applications, and one for horizontal applications. (A downflow economizer with factory
installed smoke detector in the return section is
available.) Each unit is pre-wired for the economizer to allow
quick plug-in installation. The economizer is also available as a
factory-installed option. The economizer, which provides free
cooling when outdoor conditions are suitable and also provides
fresh air to meet local requirements, comes standard with single
enthalpy controls. The controls can be upgraded to dual
enthalpy easily in the field. The direct drive actuator combined
with gear drive dampers has eliminated the need for linkage
adjustment in the field.
The economizer control
has a minimum position
setpoint, an outdoor-air
setpoint, a mix-air setpoint,
and a CO 2 setpoint. Barometric relief is stan33
dard on all economizers. Power
Exhaust ( 34 ) is
easily field-installed.
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The power exhaust
is housed in the
barometric relief
opening and is easily slipped in with a plug-in assembly. The
wire harness to the economizer also has accommodations for a
return air mounted smoke detector.
The damper minimum position, actual damper position, power
exhaust on/off setpoint, mixed air temperature limit setpoint and
Demand Controlled Ventilation (DCV) setpoint can be read and
adjusted at the unit controller display or remotely through a
network connection.
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The Space CO2 level, mixed air temperature, and Economizer
Status (Free Cooling Available, Single or Dual Enthalpy) can be
read at the unit controller display or remotely through a network
connection. Economizer Faults will trigger a network Alarm and
can be read at the unit controller display or remotely through a
network connection.
The Rheem roofcurb ( 35 ) is made for toolless assembly at the
jobsite by inserting a pin into a hinge in
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each corner of the adjacent curb
sides ( 36 ), which makes
the assembly
process quick
and easy.
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The outdoor coil uses the
latest enhanced fin design ( 31 ) for the most effective method of
heat transfer. Optional louvered panels offer hail protection to
outdoor coils without obstructing airflow.
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Model Number Identification
RJNL-C Series
R J N L — C 090 C L 000 X X X
Economizer Option (See Next Page)
Factory Installed Options
(See Next Page)
Electric Heat
000 = No Resistance Heat
015 = 15 kW Resistance Heat
020 = 20 kW Resistance Heat
030 = 30 kW Resistance Heat
040 = 40 kW Resistance Heat
Drive Package
L = Belt Drive
M= Belt Drive—High Static
Med Static (090)
N = Belt Drive—High Static (090)
Electrical Designation
C = 208-230 V, 3 PH, 60 Hz
D = 460 V, 3 PH, 60 Hz
Y = 575 V, 3 PH, 60 Hz
Cooling Capacity (BTUH) [kW]
090 = 90,000 [26.38]
120 = 120,000 [35.17]
Future Technical Variations
Design Series
L = 1st Design
Efficiency Designation
N = High Efficiency
ASHRAE 90.1-2007 Compliant
Product Classification
J = Package Heat Pump
Tradebrand
R = Rheem
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Options
RJNL-C Series
FACTORY INSTALLED OPTION CODES FOR RJNL-C
(7.5 & 10 TON) [26.4 & 35.2 kW]
Option Code
Hail Guard
AD
AG
AR
JD
BJ
CZ
JE
x
Non-Powered
Convenience Outlet
Low Ambient/
Comfort Alert
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
ECONOMIZER SELECTION FOR RJNL-C
(7.5 & 10 TON) [26.4 & 35.2 kW]
No Economizer
A
H
J
DDC Single Enthalpy Economizer
With Barometric Relief
DDC Single Enthalpy Economizer
With Barometric Relief And Smoke Detector
x
x
x
“x” indicates factory installed option.
Instructions for Factory Installed Option(s) Selection
Note: Three characters following the model number will be utilized to designate a factory-installed option or
combination of options. If no factory option(s) is required, nothing follows the model number.
Step 1. After a basic rooftop model is selected, choose a two-character option code from the FACTORY
INSTALLED OPTION SELECTION TABLE.
Proceed to Step 2.
Step 2. The last option code character is utilized for factory-installed economizers. Choose a character from
the FACTORY INSTALLED ECONOMIZER SELECTION TABLE.
Examples:
RJNL-C090CL000XXX ......................(where XX is factory installed option)
RJNL-C090CL000..............................No options
RJNL-C090CL000AAH ......................No option with factory installed economizer
RJNL-C090CL000ADA ......................Hailguard with no factory installed economizer
RJNL-C090CL000ADH ......................Options same as above with factory installed economizer
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Selection Procedure
RJNL-C Series
SELECTION PROCEDURE
To select an RJNL-C Heat Pump unit to meet a job requirement,
follow this procedure, with example, using data supplied in this
specification sheet.
1. DETERMINE COOLING AND HEATING REQUIREMENTS
AND SPECIFIC OPERATING CONDITIONS FROM PLANS
AND SPECS.
Example:
*Voltage—
230V—3 Phase—60 Hz
*Total Cooling Capacity—
106,000 BTUH [31.0 kW]
*Sensible Cooling Capacity—
82,000 BTUH [24.0 kW]
*Heating Capacity—
130,000 BTUH [38.1 kW]
*Condenser Entering Air—
95°F [35.0°C] DB
*Evaporator Mixed Air Entering—65°F [18.3°C] WB
78°F [25.6°C] DB
*Indoor Air Flow (vertical)—
3600 CFM [1699 L/s]
*External Static Pressure—
0.40 in. WG [.10 kPa]
2. SELECT UNIT TO MEET COOLING REQUIREMENTS.
Since total cooling is within the range of a nominal 10 ton
[35.1 kW] unit, enter cooling performance table at 95°F
[35.0 °C] DB condenser inlet air. Interpolate between 63°F
[17.2 °C] WB and 67°F [19.4 °C] WB to determine total and
sensible capacity and power input for 65°F [18.3 °C] WB
evaporator inlet air at 4000 CFM [1888 L/s] indoor air flow
(table basis):
Total Cooling Capacity = 121,950 BTUH [35.71 kW]
Sensible Cooling Capacity = 102,750 BTUH [30.09 kW]
Power Input (Compressor and Cond. Fans) = 9,400 watts
Use formula in note
to determine sensible capacity at 78°F
[25.6°C] DB evaporator entering air:
102,750 + (1.10 x 3,600 x (1 – 0.05) x (78 – 80))
Sensible Cooling Capacity = 95,226 BTUH [27.88 kW]
3. CORRECT CAPACITIES OF STEP 2 FOR ACTUAL
AIR FLOW.
Select factors from airflow correction table at 3600 CFM
[1699 L/s] and apply to data obtained in step 2 to obtain
gross capacity:
Total Capacity = 121,950 x 0.99 = 120,731 BTUH [35.35 kW]
Sensible Capacity = 95,226 x 0.97 = 92,369 BTUH [27.05 kW]
Power Input = 9,400 x 0.99 = 9,306 Watts
These are Gross Capacities, not corrected for blower motor
heat or power.
4. DETERMINE BLOWER SPEED AND WATTS TO MEET
SYSTEM DESIGN.
Enter Indoor Blower performance table at 3600 CFM
[1699 L/s]. Total ESP (external static pressure) per the spec
of 0.40 in. WG [.10 kPa] includes the system duct and grilles.
Add from the table 'Component Air Resistance', 0.08 in. WG
[.02 kPa] for wet coil, 0 in. WG [.00 kPa] for downflow air
flow, for a total selection static pressure of 0.48 (0.5) in. WG
[.12 kPa], and determine:
RPM = 755
WATTS = 1,488
DRIVE = L (standard 2 H.P. motor)
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5. CALCULATE INDOOR BLOWER BTUH HEAT EFFECT
FROM MOTOR WATTS, STEP 4.
1,488 x 3.412 = 5,077 BTUH [1.49 kW]
6. CALCULATE NET COOLING CAPACITIES, EQUAL TO
GROSS CAPACITY, STEP 3, MINUS INDOOR BLOWER
MOTOR HEAT.
Net Total Capacity = 120,731 – 5,077 =
115,654 BTUH [33.86 kW]
Net Sensible Capacity = 92,369 – 5,077 =
87,292 BTUH [25.56 kW]
7. CALCULATE UNIT INPUT AND JOB EER.
Total Power Input = 9,306 (step 3) + 1,488
(step 4) = 10,794 Watts
EER =
Net Total BTUH [kW] (step 6) 115,654
=
= 10.71
Power Input, Watts (above)
10,794
8. SELECT UNIT HEATING CAPACITY.
From Heater Kit Table select kW to meet heating capacity
requirement; multiply kW x 3412 to convert to BTUH.
Use 40 kW Heater Kit
Heater Kit Model:
RXJJ-CC40C
Heater Kit Capacity:
131,021 BTUH [38.4 kW]
Add indoor blower heat effect (step 5) to Heater Kit Capacity
to get total heating capacity:
131,021 + 5,077 =
9. CHOOSE MODEL
136,098 BTUH [39.9 kW]
RJNL-C120CL040
*NOTE: These operating conditions are typical of a commercial
application in a 95°F/79°F [35°C/26°C] design area with
indoor design of 76°F [24°C] DB and 50% RH and 10%
ventilation air, with the unit roof mounted and centered
on the zone it conditions by ducts.
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General Data
RJNL-C Series
NOMINAL SIZES 7.5 & 10 TONS [26.4 & 35.2 kW]
Model RJNL-C Series
C090CL
C090CM
C090CN
C090DL
98,000 [28.71]
11.1/NA
98,000 [28.71]
11.1/NA
98,000 [28.71]
11.1/NA
CONTINUED
98,000 [28.71]
11.1/NA
3000/2925 [1416/1380]
94,000 [27.54]
3000/2925 [1416/1380]
94,000 [27.54]
3000/2925 [1416/1380]
94,000 [27.54]
3000/2925 [1416/1380]
94,000 [27.54]
70,800 [20.74]
23,200 [6.8]
70,800 [20.74]
23,200 [6.8]
70,800 [20.74]
23,200 [6.8]
70,800 [20.74]
23,200 [6.8]
IEER3
11.9
11.9
11.9
11.9
Net System Power kW
8.47
8.47
8.47
8.47
High Temp. Btuh [kW] Rating
87,000 [25.49]
87,000 [25.49]
87,000 [25.49]
87,000 [25.49]
System Power KW/COP
Low Temp. Btuh [kW] Rating
System Power KW/COP
7.5/3.4
52,000 [15.24]
6.62/2.3
7.5/3.4
52,000 [15.24]
6.62/2.3
7.5/3.4
52,000 [15.24]
6.62/2.3
7.5/3.4
52,000 [15.24]
6.62/2.3
1/Scroll
88
1/Scroll
88
1/Scroll
88
1/Scroll
88
Louvered
Louvered
Louvered
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
24.88 [2.31]
2 / 22 [9]
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
24.88 [2.31]
2 / 22 [9]
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
24.88 [2.31]
2 / 22 [9]
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
24.88 [2.31]
2 / 22 [9]
Cooling Performance1
Gross Cooling Capacity Btu [kW]
EER/SEER2
Nominal CFM/AHRI Rated CFM [L/s]
AHRI Net Cooling Capacity Btu [kW]
Net Sensible Capacity Btu [kW]
Net Latent Capacity Btu [kW]
Heating Performance (Heat Pumps)
Compressor
No./Type
Outdoor Sound Rating (dB)4
Outdoor Coil—Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm] OD
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
Refrigerant Control
TX Valves
TX Valves
TX Valves
TX Valves
Indoor Coil—Fin Type
Louvered
Louvered
Louvered
Louvered
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm]
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
13.5 [1.25]
13.5 [1.25]
13.5 [1.25]
13.5 [1.25]
3 / 18 [7]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Propeller
3 / 18 [7]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Propeller
3 / 18 [7]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Propeller
3 / 18 [7]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Propeller
2/24 [609.6]
2/24 [609.6]
2/24 [609.6]
2/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
Direct/1
Direct/1
Direct/1
8000 [3775]
2 at 1/3 HP
8000 [3775]
2 at 1/3 HP
8000 [3775]
2 at 1/3 HP
8000 [3775]
2 at 1/3 HP
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
Refrigerant Control
Drain Connection No./Size in. [mm]
Outdoor Fan—Type
No. Used/Diameter in. [mm]
Drive Type/No. Speeds
CFM [L/s]
No. Motors/HP
Motor RPM
1075
1075
1075
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/15x15 [381x381]
Belt/Variable
FC Centrifugal
1/15x15 [381x381]
Belt/Variable
FC Centrifugal
1/15x15 [381x381]
Belt/Variable
FC Centrifugal
1/15x15 [381x381]
Belt/Variable
No. Motors
1
1
1
1
Motor HP
2
2
3
2
1725
1725
1725
1725
56
Disposable
56
Disposable
56
Disposable
56
Disposable
Indoor Fan—Type
No. Used/Diameter in. [mm]
Drive Type/No. Speeds
Motor RPM
Motor Frame Size
Filter—Type
Furnished
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
(6)2x18x18 [51x457x457]
(6)2x18x18 [51x457x457]
(6)2x18x18 [51x457x457]
(6)2x18x18 [51x457x457]
Refrigerant Charge Oz. (Sys. 1/Sys. 2) [g]
350 [9922]
350 [9922]
350 [9922]
350 [9922]
Weights
Net Weight lbs. [kg]
1009 [458]
1009 [458]
1017 [461]
1009 [458]
1089 [494]
1089 [494]
1097 [498]
1089 [494]
(No.) Size Recommended in. [mm x mm x mm]
Ship Weight lbs. [kg]
See Page 15 for Notes.
[ ] Designates Metric Conversions
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Air
General Data
RJNL-C Series
NOMINAL SIZES 7.5 & 10 TONS [26.4 & 35.2 kW]
Model RJNL-C Series
C090DM
C090DN
C090YL
C090YM
98,000 [28.71]
11.1/NA
98,000 [28.71]
11.1/NA
98,000 [28.71]
11.1/NA
CONTINUED
98,000 [28.71]
11.1/NA
3000/2925 [1416/1380]
94,000 [27.54]
3000/2925 [1416/1380]
94,000 [27.54]
3000/2925 [1416/1380]
94,000 [27.54]
3000/2925 [1416/1380]
94,000 [27.54]
70,800 [20.74]
70,800 [20.74]
70,800 [20.74]
70,800 [20.74]
23,200 [6.8]
23,200 [6.8]
23,200 [6.8]
23,200 [6.8]
IEER3
11.9
11.9
11.9
11.9
Net System Power kW
8.47
8.47
8.47
8.47
High Temp. Btuh [kW] Rating
87,000 [25.49]
87,000 [25.49]
87,000 [25.49]
87,000 [25.49]
System Power KW/COP
Low Temp. Btuh [kW] Rating
System Power KW/COP
7.5/3.4
52,000 [15.24]
6.62/2.3
7.5/3.4
52,000 [15.24]
6.62/2.3
7.5/3.4
52,000 [15.24]
6.62/2.3
7.5/3.4
52,000 [15.24]
6.62/2.3
1/Scroll
88
1/Scroll
88
1/Scroll
88
1/Scroll
88
Louvered
Louvered
Louvered
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
24.88 [2.31]
2 / 22 [9]
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
24.88 [2.31]
2 / 22 [9]
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
24.88 [2.31]
2 / 22 [9]
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
24.88 [2.31]
2 / 22 [9]
Refrigerant Control
TX Valves
TX Valves
TX Valves
TX Valves
Indoor Coil—Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
13.5 [1.25]
13.5 [1.25]
13.5 [1.25]
13.5 [1.25]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
Refrigerant Control
3 / 18 [7]
TX Valves
3 / 18 [7]
TX Valves
3 / 18 [7]
TX Valves
3 / 18 [7]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Propeller
1/1 [25.4]
Propeller
1/1 [25.4]
Propeller
1/1 [25.4]
Propeller
2/24 [609.6]
2/24 [609.6]
2/24 [609.6]
2/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
Direct/1
Direct/1
Direct/1
8000 [3775]
2 at 1/3 HP
8000 [3775]
2 at 1/3 HP
8000 [3775]
2 at 1/3 HP
8000 [3775]
2 at 1/3 HP
Cooling Performance1
Gross Cooling Capacity Btu [kW]
EER/SEER2
Nominal CFM/AHRI Rated CFM [L/s]
AHRI Net Cooling Capacity Btu [kW]
Net Sensible Capacity Btu [kW]
Net Latent Capacity Btu [kW]
Heating Performance (Heat Pumps)
Compressor
No./Type
Outdoor Sound Rating (dB)4
Outdoor Coil—Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm] OD
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
Drain Connection No./Size in. [mm]
Outdoor Fan—Type
No. Used/Diameter in. [mm]
Drive Type/No. Speeds
CFM [L/s]
No. Motors/HP
Motor RPM
1075
1075
1075
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/15x15 [381x381]
Belt/Variable
FC Centrifugal
1/15x15 [381x381]
Belt/Variable
FC Centrifugal
1/15x15 [381x381]
Belt/Variable
FC Centrifugal
1/15x15 [381x381]
Belt/Variable
No. Motors
1
1
1
1
Motor HP
2
3
2
2
1725
1725
1725
1725
56
Disposable
56
Disposable
56
Disposable
56
Disposable
Indoor Fan—Type
No. Used/Diameter in. [mm]
Drive Type/No. Speeds
Motor RPM
Motor Frame Size
Filter—Type
Furnished
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
(6)2x18x18 [51x457x457]
(6)2x18x18 [51x457x457]
(6)2x18x18 [51x457x457]
(6)2x18x18 [51x457x457]
350 [9922]
350 [9922]
350 [9922]
350 [9922]
Net Weight lbs. [kg]
1009 [458]
1017 [461]
1009 [458]
1009 [458]
Ship Weight lbs. [kg]
1089 [494]
1097 [498]
1089 [494]
1089 [494]
(No.) Size Recommended in. [mm x mm x mm]
Refrigerant Charge Oz. (Sys. 1/Sys. 2) [g]
Weights
See Page 15 for Notes.
[ ] Designates Metric Conversions
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General Data
RJNL-C Series
NOMINAL SIZES 7.5 & 10 TONS [26.4 & 35.2 kW]
Model RJNL-C Series
C090YN
C120CL
C120CM
C120DL
98,000 [28.71]
11.1/NA
125,000 [36.62]
11/NA
125,000 [36.62]
11/NA
CONTINUED
125,000 [36.62]
11/NA
3000/2925 [1416/1380]
94,000 [27.54]
4000/4000 [1888/1888]
120,000 [35.16]
4000/4000 [1888/1888]
120,000 [35.16]
4000/4000 [1888/1888]
120,000 [35.16]
70,800 [20.74]
91,600 [26.84]
91,600 [26.84]
91,600 [26.84]
23,200 [6.8]
28,400 [8.32]
28,400 [8.32]
28,400 [8.32]
IEER3
11.9
11.6
11.6
11.6
Net System Power kW
8.47
10.91
10.91
10.91
High Temp. Btuh [kW] Rating
87,000 [25.49]
109,000 [31.94]
109,000 [31.94]
109,000 [31.94]
System Power KW/COP
Low Temp. Btuh [kW] Rating
System Power KW/COP
7.5/3.4
52,000 [15.24]
6.62/2.3
9.39/3.4
69,000 [20.22]
8.79/2.3
9.39/3.4
69,000 [20.22]
8.79/2.3
9.39/3.4
69,000 [20.22]
8.79/2.3
1/Scroll
88
1/Scroll
88
1/Scroll
88
1/Scroll
88
Louvered
Louvered
Louvered
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
24.88 [2.31]
2 / 22 [9]
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
28.8 [2.68]
2 / 22 [9]
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
28.8 [2.68]
2 / 22 [9]
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
28.8 [2.68]
2 / 22 [9]
Refrigerant Control
TX Valves
TX Valves
TX Valves
TX Valves
Indoor Coil—Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
13.5 [1.25]
15.75 [1.46]
15.75 [1.46]
15.75 [1.46]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
Refrigerant Control
3 / 18 [7]
TX Valves
4 / 15 [6]
TX Valves
4 / 15 [6]
TX Valves
4 / 15 [6]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Propeller
1/1 [25.4]
Propeller
1/1 [25.4]
Propeller
1/1 [25.4]
Propeller
2/24 [609.6]
2/24 [609.6]
2/24 [609.6]
2/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
Direct/1
Direct/1
Direct/1
8000 [3775]
2 at 1/3 HP
8000 [3775]
2 at 1/2 HP
8000 [3775]
2 at 1/2 HP
8000 [3775]
2 at 1/2 HP
Cooling Performance1
Gross Cooling Capacity Btu [kW]
EER/SEER2
Nominal CFM/AHRI Rated CFM [L/s]
AHRI Net Cooling Capacity Btu [kW]
Net Sensible Capacity Btu [kW]
Net Latent Capacity Btu [kW]
Heating Performance (Heat Pumps)
Compressor
No./Type
Outdoor Sound Rating (dB)4
Outdoor Coil—Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm] OD
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
Drain Connection No./Size in. [mm]
Outdoor Fan—Type
No. Used/Diameter in. [mm]
Drive Type/No. Speeds
CFM [L/s]
No. Motors/HP
Motor RPM
1075
1075
1075
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/15x15 [381x381]
Belt/Variable
FC Centrifugal
1/15x15 [381x381]
Belt/Variable
FC Centrifugal
1/15x15 [381x381]
Belt/Variable
FC Centrifugal
1/15x15 [381x381]
Belt/Variable
No. Motors
1
1
1
1
Motor HP
3
2
3
2
1725
1725
1725
1725
56
Disposable
56
Disposable
56
Disposable
56
Disposable
Indoor Fan—Type
No. Used/Diameter in. [mm]
Drive Type/No. Speeds
Motor RPM
Motor Frame Size
Filter—Type
Furnished
(No.) Size Recommended in. [mm x mm x mm]
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
(6)2x18x18 [51x457x457]
(3)2x18x18 [51x457x457]
(3)2x18x18 [51x457x457]
(3)2x18x18 [51x457x457]
(3)2x18x24 [51x457x610]
(3)2x18x24 [51x457x610]
(3)2x18x24 [51x457x610]
350 [9922]
496 [14062]
496 [14062]
496 [14062]
Net Weight lbs. [kg]
1017 [461]
1185 [538]
1193 [541]
1185 [538]
Ship Weight lbs. [kg]
1097 [498]
1265 [574]
1273 [577]
1265 [574]
Refrigerant Charge Oz. (Sys. 1/Sys. 2) [g]
Weights
See Page 15 for Notes.
[ ] Designates Metric Conversions
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General Data
RJNL-C Series
NOMINAL SIZES 7.5 & 10 TONS [26.4 & 35.2 kW]
Model RJNL-C Series
C120DM
C120YL
C120YM
125,000 [36.62]
11/NA
125,000 [36.62]
11/NA
125,000 [36.62]
11/NA
4000/4000 [1888/1888]
120,000 [35.16]
4000/4000 [1888/1888]
120,000 [35.16]
4000/4000 [1888/1888]
120,000 [35.16]
Net Sensible Capacity Btu [kW]
91,600 [26.84]
91,600 [26.84]
91,600 [26.84]
Net Latent Capacity Btu [kW]
28,400 [8.32]
28,400 [8.32]
28,400 [8.32]
IEER3
11.6
11.6
11.6
Net System Power kW
10.91
10.91
10.91
High Temp. Btuh [kW] Rating
109,000 [31.94]
109,000 [31.94]
109,000 [31.94]
System Power KW/COP
Low Temp. Btuh [kW] Rating
System Power KW/COP
9.39/3.4
69,000 [20.22]
8.79/2.3
9.39/3.4
69,000 [20.22]
8.79/2.3
9.39/3.4
69,000 [20.22]
8.79/2.3
1/Scroll
88
1/Scroll
88
1/Scroll
88
Cooling Performance1
Gross Cooling Capacity Btu [kW]
EER/SEER2
Nominal CFM/AHRI Rated CFM [L/s]
AHRI Net Cooling Capacity Btu [kW]
Heating Performance (Heat Pumps)
Compressor
No./Type
Outdoor Sound Rating (dB)4
Outdoor Coil—Fin Type
Louvered
Louvered
Louvered
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm] OD
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
28.8 [2.68]
2 / 22 [9]
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
28.8 [2.68]
2 / 22 [9]
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
28.8 [2.68]
2 / 22 [9]
Refrigerant Control
TX Valves
TX Valves
TX Valves
Indoor Coil—Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
15.75 [1.46]
15.75 [1.46]
15.75 [1.46]
4 / 15 [6]
TX Valves
4 / 15 [6]
TX Valves
4 / 15 [6]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Propeller
1/1 [25.4]
Propeller
1/1 [25.4]
Propeller
2/24 [609.6]
2/24 [609.6]
2/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
Direct/1
Direct/1
8000 [3775]
2 at 1/2 HP
8000 [3775]
2 at 1/2 HP
8000 [3775]
2 at 1/2 HP
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
Refrigerant Control
Drain Connection No./Size in. [mm]
Outdoor Fan—Type
No. Used/Diameter in. [mm]
Drive Type/No. Speeds
CFM [L/s]
No. Motors/HP
Motor RPM
1075
1075
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/15x15 [381x381]
Belt/Variable
FC Centrifugal
1/15x15 [381x381]
Belt/Variable
FC Centrifugal
1/15x15 [381x381]
Belt/Variable
No. Motors
1
1
1
Motor HP
3
2
3
1725
1725
1725
56
Disposable
56
Disposable
56
Disposable
Indoor Fan—Type
No. Used/Diameter in. [mm]
Drive Type/No. Speeds
Motor RPM
Motor Frame Size
Filter—Type
Furnished
Yes
Yes
Yes
(3)2x18x18 [51x457x457]
(3)2x18x18 [51x457x457]
(3)2x18x18 [51x457x457]
(3)2x18x24 [51x457x610]
(3)2x18x24 [51x457x610]
(3)2x18x24 [51x457x610]
496 [14062]
496 [14062]
496 [14062]
Net Weight lbs. [kg]
1193 [541]
1185 [538]
1193 [541]
Ship Weight lbs. [kg]
1273 [577]
1265 [574]
1273 [577]
(No.) Size Recommended in. [mm x mm x mm]
Refrigerant Charge Oz. (Sys. 1/Sys. 2) [g]
Weights
See Page 15 for Notes.
[ ] Designates Metric Conversions
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Air
General Data Notes
RJNL-C Series
NOTES:
1. Cooling Performance is rated at 95° F ambient, 80° F entering dry bulb, 67° F entering wet bulb. Gross capacity does
not include the effect of fan motor heat. AHRI capacity is net and includes the effect of fan motor heat. Units are
suitable for operation to ⫾20% of nominal cfm. Units are certified in accordance with the Unitary Air Conditioner
Equipment certification program, which is based on AHRI Standard 210/240 or 360.
2. EER and/or SEER are rated at AHRI conditions and in accordance with DOE test procedures.
3. Integrated Energy Efficiency Ratio (IEER) is rated in accordance with AHRI Standard 210/240 or 360.
4. Outdoor Sound Rating shown is tested in accordance with AHRI Standard 270.
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Gross Systems Performance Data
RJNL-C Series
COOLING PERFORMANCE DATA—C090
ENTERING INDOOR AIR @ 80°F [26.7°C] dbE ➀
wbE
CFM [L/s]
DR ➀
O
U
T
D
O
O
R
D
R
Y
B
U
L
B
T
E
M
P
E
R
A
T
U
R
E
71°F [21.7°C]
2925 [1380]
.02
2560 [1208]
.05
3840 [1812]
.0
67°F [19.4°C]
2925 [1380]
.02
2560 [1208]
.05
3840 [1812]
.0
63°F [17.2°C]
2925 [1380]
.02
2560 [1208]
.05
Total BTUH [kW] 120.0 [35.2]
75
Sens BTUH [kW] 95.7 [28.1]
[23.9]
Power
6.4
113.6 [33.3]
77.1 [22.6]
6.2
111.0 [32.5]
70.2 [20.6]
6.2
114.9 [33.7]
111.0 [32.5]
6.3
108.7 [31.9]
90.7 [26.6]
6.1
106.2 [31.1]
83.1 [24.4]
6.0
110.7 [32.4]
110.7 [32.5]
6.1
104.8 [30.7]
100.6 [29.5]
6.0
102.4 [30.0]
92.5 [27.1]
5.9
Total BTUH [kW] 117.6 [34.5]
80
Sens BTUH [kW] 90.2 [26.4]
[26.7]
Power
6.7
111.2 [32.6]
72.3 [21.2]
6.5
108.7 [31.9]
65.7 [19.3]
6.5
112.4 [32.9]
105.4 [30.9]
6.6
106.4 [31.2]
86.0 [25.2]
6.4
104.0 [30.5]
78.7 [23.1]
6.3
108.3 [31.7]
108.3 [31.7]
6.4
102.4 [30.0]
95.8 [28.1]
6.3
100.1 [29.3]
88.1 [25.8]
6.2
Total BTUH [kW] 114.8 [33.6]
85
Sens BTUH [kW] 85.0 [24.9]
[29.4]
Power
7.1
108.6 [31.8]
68.0 [19.9]
6.9
106.1 [31.1]
61.7 [18.1]
6.8
109.6 [32.1]
100.3 [29.4]
6.9
103.7 [30.4]
81.6 [23.9]
6.7
101.4 [29.7]
74.7 [21.9]
6.6
105.5 [30.9]
105.5 [30.9]
6.8
99.8 [29.2]
91.5 [26.8]
6.6
97.5 [28.6]
84.0 [24.6]
6.5
Total BTUH [kW] 111.7 [32.7]
90
Sens BTUH [kW] 80.4 [23.6]
[32.2]
Power
7.4
Total BTUH [kW] 108.3 [31.7]
95
Sens BTUH [kW] 76.3 [22.4]
[35]
Power
7.8
Total BTUH [kW] 104.7 [30.7]
100
Sens BTUH [kW] 72.9 [21.4]
[37.8]
Power
8.3
105.7 [31.0]
64.2 [18.8]
7.2
102.5 [30.0]
60.8 [17.8]
7.6
99.0 [29.0]
57.9 [17.0]
8.0
103.3 [30.3]
58.2 [17.1]
7.1
100.2 [29.4]
55.1 [16.2]
7.5
96.8 [28.4]
52.5 [15.4]
7.9
106.6 [31.2]
95.8 [28.1]
7.3
103.2 [30.2]
91.7 [26.9]
7.7
99.5 [29.2]
88.1 [25.8]
8.1
100.8 [29.5]
77.8 [22.8]
7.1
97.6 [28.6]
74.4 [21.8]
7.5
94.2 [27.6]
71.6 [21.0]
7.9
98.5 [28.9]
71.1 [20.8]
7.0
95.4 [28.0]
68.0 [19.9]
7.4
92.0 [27.0]
65.4 [19.2]
7.8
102.4 [30.0]
102.4 [30.0]
7.1
99.0 [29.0]
99.0 [29.0]
7.5
95.4 [28.0]
95.4 [28.0]
8.0
96.9 [28.4]
87.7 [25.7]
6.9
93.7 [27.5]
84.3 [24.7]
7.3
90.2 [26.4]
81.4 [23.9]
7.8
94.7 [27.8]
80.5 [23.6]
6.9
91.6 [26.8]
77.4 [22.7]
7.3
88.2 [25.8]
74.8 [21.9]
7.7
Total BTUH [kW] 100.7 [29.5]
105
Sens BTUH [kW] 69.9 [20.5]
[40.6]
Power
8.7
95.3 [27.9]
55.6 [16.3]
8.5
93.1 [27.3]
50.3 [14.8]
8.4
95.6 [28.0]
85.3 [25.0]
8.6
90.4 [26.5]
69.2 [20.3]
8.3
88.4 [25.9]
63.3 [18.6]
8.3
91.4 [26.8]
91.4 [26.8]
8.4
86.5 [25.4]
79.1 [23.2]
8.2
84.5 [24.8]
72.6 [21.3]
8.1
91.2 [26.7]
53.6 [15.7]
9.0
86.9 [25.5]
52.3 [15.3]
9.5
89.2 [26.1]
48.6 [14.3]
8.9
84.9 [24.9]
47.4 [13.9]
9.4
91.3 [26.8]
82.7 [24.2]
9.1
86.7 [25.4]
80.8 [23.7]
9.6
86.4 [25.3]
67.3 [19.7]
8.8
82.0 [24.0]
65.8 [19.3]
9.3
84.4 [24.7]
61.5 [18.0]
8.7
80.2 [23.5]
60.3 [17.7]
9.2
87.1 [25.5]
87.1 [25.5]
8.9
82.5 [24.2]
82.5 [24.2]
9.4
82.4 [24.1]
77.2 [22.6]
8.7
78.1 [22.9]
75.8 [22.2]
9.2
80.6 [23.6]
71.0 [20.8]
8.6
76.3 [22.4]
69.7 [20.4]
9.1
Total BTUH [kW]
110
Sens BTUH [kW]
°F [43.3] Power
[°C]
Total BTUH [kW]
115
Sens BTUH [kW]
[46.1]
Power
DR —Depression ratio
dbE —Entering air dry bulb
wbE —Entering air wet bulb
3840 [1812]
.0
96.4 [28.3]
67.4 [19.8]
9.2
91.8 [26.9]
65.6 [19.2]
9.7
Total —Total capacity x 1000 BTUH
Sens —Sensible capacity x 1000 BTUH
Power —KW input
NOTES:
➀ When the entering air dry bulb is other than 80°F [27°C], adjust the sensible capacity
from the table by adding [1.10 x CFM x (1 – DR) x (dbE – 80)].
HEATING PERFORMANCE DATA—C090
IDB
CFM [L/s]
O
U
T
D
O
O
R
D
R
Y
B
U
L
B
T
E
M
P
E
R
A
T
U
R
E
3840 [1812]
60°F [15.5°C]
2925 [1380]
2560 [1208]
3840 [1812]
70°F [21.1°C]
2925 [1380]
2560 [1208]
3840 [1812]
80°F [26.7°C]
2925 [1380]
2560 [1208]
33.5 [9.82]
9.6
39.4 [11.55]
9.2
45.3 [13.28]
8.9
51.1 [14.98]
8.5
57.0 [16.71]
8.1
62.9 [18.43]
7.8
68.7 [20.13]
7.4
74.6 [21.86]
7.0
32.8 [9.61]
10.0
38.5 [11.28]
9.6
44.3 [12.98]
9.2
50.0 [14.65]
8.8
55.7 [16.32]
8.5
61.5 [18.02]
8.1
67.2 [19.69]
7.7
73.0 [21.39]
7.3
32.5 [9.52]
10.1
38.2 [11.20]
9.7
43.9 [12.87]
9.4
49.6 [14.54]
9.0
55.2 [16.18]
8.6
60.9 [17.85]
8.2
66.6 [19.52]
7.8
72.3 [21.19]
7.4
30.1 [8.82]
9.6
36.0 [10.55]
9.2
41.8 [12.25]
8.9
47.7 [13.98]
8.5
53.6 [15.71]
8.1
59.4 [17.41]
7.8
65.3 [19.14]
7.4
71.1 [20.84]
7.0
29.4 [8.62]
10.0
35.2 [10.32]
9.6
40.9 [11.99]
9.2
46.6 [13.66]
8.8
52.4 [15.36]
8.5
58.1 [17.03]
8.1
63.9 [18.73]
7.7
69.6 [20.40]
7.3
29.2 [8.56]
10.1
34.9 [10.23]
9.7
40.5 [11.87]
9.4
46.2 [13.54]
9.0
51.9 [15.21]
8.6
57.6 [16.88]
8.2
63.3 [18.55]
7.8
69.0 [20.22]
7.4
26.7 [7.82]
9.6
32.5 [9.52]
9.2
38.4 [11.25]
8.9
44.3 [12.98]
8.5
50.1 [14.68]
8.1
56.0 [16.41]
7.8
61.8 [18.11]
7.4
67.7 [19.84]
7.0
26.1 [7.65]
10.0
31.8 [9.32]
9.6
37.5 [10.99]
9.2
43.3 [12.69]
8.8
49.0 [14.36]
8.5
54.8 [16.06]
8.1
60.5 [17.73]
7.7
66.2 [19.40]
7.3
25.8 [7.56]
10.1
31.5 [9.23]
9.7
37.2 [10.90]
9.4
42.9 [12.57]
9.0
48.6 [14.24]
8.6
54.3 [15.91]
8.2
60.0 [17.58]
7.8
65.6 [19.23]
7.4
40 Total BTUH [kW] 80.4 [23.56]
[4.4] Power
6.7
78.7 [23.06]
7.0
78.0 [22.86]
7.1
77.0 [22.57]
6.7
75.3 [22.07]
7.0
74.7 [21.89]
7.1
73.6 [21.57]
6.7
72.0 [21.10]
7.0
71.3 [20.90]
7.1
84.4 [24.74]
6.6
90.2 [26.44]
6.2
83.7 [24.53]
6.7
89.4 [26.20]
6.3
82.9 [24.30]
6.3
88.7 [26.00]
6.0
81.1 [23.77]
6.6
86.8 [25.44]
6.2
80.3 [23.53]
6.7
86.0 [25.20]
6.3
79.4 [23.27]
6.3
85.3 [25.00]
6.0
77.7 [22.77]
6.6
83.4 [24.44]
6.2
77.0 [22.57]
6.7
82.7 [24.24]
6.3
0
[-17.8]
5
[26.7]
10
[-12.2]
15
[32.2]
20
[-6.6]
25
[37.8]
30
[-1.1]
35
[43.3]
45
[46.1]
°F
50
[°C]
[10]
Total BTUH [kW]
Power
Total BTUH [kW]
Power
Total BTUH [kW]
Power
Total BTUH [kW]
Power
Total BTUH [kW]
Power
Total BTUH [kW]
Power
Total BTUH [kW]
Power
Total BTUH [kW]
Power
Total BTUH [kW] 86.3 [25.29]
Power
6.3
Total BTUH [kW] 92.2 [27.02]
Power
6.0
IDB—Indoor air dry bulb
16
[ ] Designates Metric Conversions
Air
Gross Systems Performance Data
RJNL-C Series
COOLING PERFORMANCE DATA—C120
ENTERING INDOOR AIR @ 80°F [26.7°C] dbE ➀
wbE
CFM [L/s]
DR ➀
71°F [21.7°C]
4000 [1888]
.05
3040 [1435]
.01
4560 [2152]
.03
67°F [19.4°C]
4000 [1888]
.05
3040 [1435]
.01
4560 [2152]
.03
63°F [17.2°C]
4000 [1888]
.05
3040 [1435]
.01
Total BTUH [kW] 151.2 [44.3]
75
Sens BTUH [kW] 115.7 [33.9]
[23.9]
Power
8.0
147.4 [43.2]
104.8 [30.7]
7.9
141.0 [41.3]
87.4 [25.6]
7.8
141.4 [41.4]
132.2 [38.8]
8.0
137.9 [40.4]
120.6 [35.4]
7.9
131.8 [38.6]
101.7 [29.8]
7.7
135.2 [39.6]
135.2 [39.6]
7.9
131.8 [38.6]
131.8 [38.6]
7.8
126.1 [37.0]
113.0 [33.1]
7.6
Total BTUH [kW] 148.0 [43.4]
80
Sens BTUH [kW] 107.4 [31.5]
[26.7]
Power
8.4
144.4 [42.3]
97.2 [28.5]
8.3
138.1 [40.5]
80.7 [23.7]
8.1
138.2 [40.5]
124.0 [36.4]
8.3
134.8 [39.5]
113.0 [33.1]
8.2
128.9 [37.8]
95.1 [27.9]
8.0
132.0 [38.7]
132.0 [38.7]
8.2
128.7 [37.7]
125.3 [36.7]
8.1
123.1 [36.1]
106.3 [31.2]
8.0
Total BTUH [kW] 144.8 [42.4]
85
Sens BTUH [kW] 100.5 [29.5]
[29.4]
Power
8.8
141.2 [41.4]
90.7 [26.6]
8.7
135.0 [39.6]
75.0 [22.0]
8.5
134.9 [39.5]
116.9 [34.3]
8.7
131.6 [38.6]
106.4 [31.2]
8.6
125.8 [36.9]
89.3 [26.2]
8.4
128.7 [37.7]
128.7 [37.7]
8.6
125.5 [36.8]
118.7 [34.8]
8.5
120.1 [35.2]
100.6 [29.5]
8.3
Total BTUH [kW] 141.4 [41.4]
90
Sens BTUH [kW] 94.5 [27.7]
[32.2]
Power
9.2
Total BTUH [kW] 138.0 [40.4]
95
Sens BTUH [kW] 89.8 [26.3]
[35]
Power
9.7
Total BTUH [kW] 134.5 [39.4]
100
Sens BTUH [kW] 86.3 [25.3]
[37.8]
Power
10.1
137.9 [40.4]
85.2 [25.0]
9.1
134.6 [39.4]
80.9 [23.7]
9.5
131.2 [38.5]
77.7 [22.8]
10.0
131.9 [38.7]
70.3 [20.6]
8.9
128.7 [37.7]
66.6 [19.5]
9.3
125.4 [36.8]
63.8 [18.7]
9.8
131.6 [38.6]
111.0 [32.5]
9.1
128.2 [37.6]
106.3 [31.2]
9.6
124.7 [36.5]
102.8 [30.1]
10.0
128.3 [37.6]
100.9 [29.6]
9.0
125.0 [36.6]
96.6 [28.3]
9.4
121.6 [35.6]
93.4 [27.4]
9.9
122.7 [36.0]
84.6 [24.8]
8.8
119.5 [35.0]
80.9 [23.7]
9.2
116.3 [34.1]
78.2 [22.9]
9.7
125.4 [36.8]
124.1 [36.4]
9.0
122.0 [35.8]
119.3 [35.0]
9.5
118.5 [34.7]
115.8 [33.9]
9.9
122.3 [35.8]
113.4 [33.2]
8.9
118.9 [34.8]
108.9 [31.9]
9.4
115.5 [33.8]
105.7 [31.0]
9.8
116.9 [34.3]
95.9 [28.1]
8.7
113.7 [33.3]
92.1 [27.0]
9.2
110.5 [32.4]
89.4 [26.2]
9.6
Total BTUH [kW] 130.9 [38.4]
105
Sens BTUH [kW] 83.8 [24.6]
[40.6]
Power
10.6
127.6 [37.4]
75.4 [22.1]
10.5
122.1 [35.8]
62.1 [18.2]
10.3
121.1 [35.5]
100.4 [29.4]
10.5
118.1 [34.6]
91.2 [26.7]
10.4
112.9 [33.1]
76.4 [22.4]
10.2
114.9 [33.7]
113.5 [33.3]
10.4
112.0 [32.8]
103.6 [30.4]
10.3
107.1 [31.4]
87.6 [25.7]
10.1
Total BTUH [kW] 127.2 [37.3]
110
Sens BTUH [kW] 82.6 [24.2]
°F [43.3] Power
11.1
[°C]
Total BTUH [kW] 123.5 [36.2]
115
Sens BTUH [kW] 82.6 [24.2]
[46.1]
Power
11.7
124.1 [36.4]
74.4 [21.8]
11.0
120.4 [35.3]
74.4 [21.8]
11.6
118.6 [34.8]
61.2 [17.9]
10.8
115.1 [33.7]
61.4 [18.0]
11.3
117.4 [34.4]
99.1 [29.1]
11.1
113.6 [33.3]
99.0 [29.0]
11.6
114.5 [33.6]
90.1 [26.4]
10.9
110.8 [32.5]
90.1 [26.4]
11.5
109.5 [32.1]
75.6 [22.2]
10.7
106.0 [31.1]
75.7 [22.2]
11.2
111.2 [32.6]
111.2 [32.6]
11.0
107.4 [31.5]
107.4 [31.5]
11.5
108.4 [31.8]
102.5 [30.0]
10.8
104.7 [30.7]
102.5 [30.0]
11.4
103.7 [30.4]
86.8 [25.4]
10.6
100.2 [29.4]
87.0 [25.5]
11.1
O
U
T
D
O
O
R
D
R
Y
B
U
L
B
T
E
M
P
E
R
A
T
U
R
E
DR —Depression ratio
dbE —Entering air dry bulb
wbE —Entering air wet bulb
4560 [2152]
.03
Total —Total capacity x 1000 BTUH
Sens —Sensible capacity x 1000 BTUH
Power —KW input
NOTES:
➀ When the entering air dry bulb is other than 80°F [27°C], adjust the sensible capacity
from the table by adding [1.10 x CFM x (1 – DR) x (dbE – 80)].
HEATING PERFORMANCE DATA—C120
IDB
CFM [L/s]
O
U
T
D
O
O
R
D
R
Y
B
U
L
B
T
E
M
P
E
R
A
T
U
R
E
4560 [2152]
60°F [15.5°C]
4000 [1888]
3040 [1435]
4560 [2152]
70°F [21.1°C]
4000 [1888]
3040 [1435]
4560 [2152]
80°F [26.7°C]
4000 [1888]
3040 [1435]
0
[-17.8]
5
[26.7]
10
[-12.2]
Total BTUH [kW]
Power
Total BTUH [kW]
Power
Total BTUH [kW]
Power
45.2 [13.25]
11.3
51.9 [15.21]
10.9
58.6 [17.17]
10.5
44.7 [13.10]
11.5
51.4 [15.06]
11.1
58.0 [17.00]
10.7
43.9 [12.87]
11.8
50.5 [14.80]
11.4
57.1 [16.73]
11.0
41.7 [12.22]
11.3
48.5 [14.21]
10.9
55.2 [16.18]
10.5
41.3 [12.10]
11.5
48.0 [14.07]
11.1
54.7 [16.03]
10.7
40.6 [11.90]
11.8
47.2 [13.83]
11.4
53.7 [15.74]
11.0
38.3 [11.22]
11.3
45.0 [13.19]
10.9
51.8 [15.18]
10.5
37.9 [11.11]
11.5
44.6 [13.07]
11.1
51.3 [15.03]
10.7
37.3 [10.93]
11.8
43.8 [12.84]
11.4
50.4 [14.77]
11.0
15
[32.2]
20
[-6.6]
25
[37.8]
30
[-1.1]
35
[43.3]
Total BTUH [kW]
Power
Total BTUH [kW]
Power
Total BTUH [kW]
Power
Total BTUH [kW]
Power
Total BTUH [kW]
Power
65.4 [19.17]
10.2
72.1 [21.13]
9.8
78.8 [23.09]
9.4
85.6 [25.09]
9.1
92.3 [27.05]
8.7
64.7 [18.96]
10.3
71.4 [20.93]
10.0
78.1 [22.89]
9.6
84.7 [24.82]
9.2
91.4 [26.79]
8.8
63.6 [18.64]
10.7
70.2 [20.57]
10.3
76.7 [22.48]
9.9
83.3 [24.41]
9.5
89.8 [26.32]
9.1
61.9 [18.14]
10.2
68.7 [20.13]
9.8
75.4 [22.10]
9.4
82.2 [24.09]
9.1
88.9 [26.05]
8.7
61.3 [17.97]
10.3
68.0 [19.93]
10.0
74.7 [21.89]
9.6
81.3 [23.83]
9.2
88.0 [25.79]
8.8
60.3 [17.67]
10.7
66.8 [19.58]
10.3
73.4 [21.51]
9.9
79.9 [23.42]
9.5
86.5 [25.35]
9.1
58.5 [17.14]
10.2
65.2 [19.11]
9.8
72.0 [21.10]
9.4
78.7 [23.06]
9.1
85.5 [25.06]
8.7
57.9 [16.97]
10.3
64.6 [18.93]
10.0
71.3 [20.90]
9.6
77.9 [22.83]
9.2
84.6 [24.79]
8.8
56.9 [16.68]
10.7
63.5 [18.61]
10.3
70.0 [20.51]
9.9
76.6 [22.45]
9.5
83.2 [24.38]
9.1
40 Total BTUH [kW]
[4.4] Power
99.1 [29.04]
8.3
98.1 [28.75]
8.5
96.4 [28.25]
8.7
95.6 [28.02]
8.3
94.7 [27.75]
8.5
93.1 [27.28]
8.7
92.2 [27.02]
8.3
91.3 [26.76]
8.5
89.7 [26.29]
8.7
45
[46.1]
°F
50
[°C]
[10]
Total BTUH [kW] 105.8 [31.01] 104.7 [30.68] 103.0 [30.19] 102.4 [30.01] 101.3 [29.69] 99.6 [29.19] 98.9 [28.98] 98.0 [28.72] 96.3 [28.22]
Power
7.9
8.1
8.3
7.9
8.1
8.3
7.9
8.1
8.3
Total BTUH [kW] 112.5 [32.97] 111.4 [32.65] 109.5 [32.09] 109.1 [31.97] 108.0 [31.65] 106.2 [31.12] 105.7 [30.98] 104.6 [30.66] 102.8 [30.13]
Power
7.6
7.7
7.9
7.6
7.7
7.9
7.6
7.7
7.9
IDB—Indoor air dry bulb
[ ] Designates Metric Conversions
17
18
—
—
—
549
561
573
586
600
615
630
646
662
679
—
—
—
870
909
951
997
1047
1101
1158
1220
1285
1355
550
559
569
579
591
602
615
628
642
657
672
688
704
810
839
872
908
948
992
1040
1092
1147
1207
1270
1337
1409
582
590
600
610
620
631
643
656
669
683
698
713
729
845
876
910
948
990
1036
1086
1140
1197
1258
1324
1393
1466
614
622
630
640
650
660
672
684
697
710
724
739
754
883
916
952
992
1036
1083
1135
1190
1250
1313
1380
1451
1526
645
653
661
670
679
689
700
711
724
736
750
764
779
924
959
997
1038
1084
1134
1187
1244
1305
1370
1439
1512
1589
677
684
691
699
708
718
728
739
751
763
776
789
804
1
708
2
676
L
2.0 [1491.4]
BK110H
1VP-44
3
4
646
612
5
580
6
548
968
1004
1044
1088
1135
1187
1242
1301
1364
1431
1502
1576
1655
1
868
708
715
722
729
737
746
756
766
777
789
801
814
828
740
745
752
759
766
775
784
794
804
815
827
839
853
2
830
1015
1053
1095
1140
1190
1243
1300
1361
1426
1495
1567
1644
1724
771
776
782
788
795
803
812
821
831
841
852
864
877
1119
1160
1205
1255
1308
1365
1425
1490
1558
1631
1707
1787
1871
M
3.0 [2237.1]
BK90H
1VP-44
3
4
794
752
1066
1105
1149
1196
1247
1302
1361
1424
1491
1561
1636
1714
1796
802
807
812
818
824
831
839
848
857
867
878
889
901
5
713
1175
1218
1265
1316
1371
1430
1492
1559
1629
1703
1781
1863
1949
833
837
842
847
853
860
867
875
884
893
903
914
918
6
673
1234
1279
1328
1381
1437
1498
1563
1631
1703
1779
1859
1943
1998
1296
1343
1394
1448
1507
1569
1636
1706
1780
1858
1924
2000
2078
1
1192
864
867
871
876
881
888
894
902
910
919
925
933
942
1361
1410
1462
1519
1579
1644
1720
1787
1857
1930
2005
2082
2162
2
1134
895
897
901
905
910
915
923
929
936
943
950
958
966
1435
1490
1546
1606
1667
1732
1798
1867
1939
2012
2089
2167
2249
0.87
0.98
SENSIBLE MBH
POWER kW
0.92
0.99
2600
[1227]
0.98
0.97
0.99
2800
[1321]
0.99
1.02
1.00
3000
[1416]
1.00
[ ] Designates Metric Conversions
NOTES: 1. Multiply correction factor times gross performance data.
2. Resulting sensible capacity cannot exceed total capacity.
2400
[1133]
0.97
ACTUAL—CFM
[L/s]
TOTAL MBH
1.07
1.01
3200
[1510]
1.02
AIRFLOW CORRECTION FACTORS
1.12
1.01
3400
[1604]
1.03
1.17
1.02
3600
[1699]
1.04
955
957
961
964
968
973
977
982
988
993
999
1006
1012
N
3.0 [2237.1]
BK65H
1VP-44
3
4
1085
1031
924
927
931
935
940
945
950
956
962
968
975
982
989
1508
1564
1622
1683
1746
1811
1879
1950
2022
2098
2175
2255
2338
5
979
985
987
990
993
996
1000
1004
1009
1013
1018
1024
1029
1035
1016
1017
1019
1022
1025
1028
1031
1035
1039
1043
1048
1053
1058
6
919
1584
1641
1701
1763
1827
1894
1963
2035
2109
2186
2265
2346
2430
1663
1721
1782
1846
1911
1980
2050
2123
2199
2277
2357
2440
2525
0.03
[.007]
0.08
[0.020]
Downflow Economizer
RA Damper 100% Open
Horizontal Economizer
RA Damper 100% Open
Horizontal Economizer
OA Damper 100% Open
Concentric Grill RXRN-FA65 or
RXRN-FA75 with Transition RXMC-CD04
Concentric Grill RXRN-AA61 or
RXRN-AA71 with Transition RXMC-CE05
1046
1047
1049
1050
1052
1055
1058
1061
1064
1068
1072
1077
1081
1744
1804
1866
1931
1998
2068
2140
2215
2291
2371
2453
2537
2623
1077
1077
1078
1079
1080
1082
1084
1087
1090
1093
1096
1100
1104
1829
1890
1954
2020
2088
2159
2233
2309
2387
2468
2551
2636
2724
DNA
DNA
DNA
DNA
DNA
Standard Indoor Airflow—CFM [L/s]
2800
3000
3200
3400
[1321]
[1416]
[1510]
[1604]
Resistance—Inches of Water [kPa]
0.051
0.055
0.06
0.065
0.071
[.013]
[.014]
[.015]
[.016]
[.018]
0.06
0.07
0.08
0.09
0.10
[.015]
[.017]
[.020]
[.022]
[.025]
0.04
0.04
0.05
0.05
0.06
[.009]
[.010]
[.011]
[.012]
[.014]
0.08
0.08
0.10
0.11
0.12
[0.020]
[0.020]
[0.024]
[0.027]
[0.030]
0.17
0.20
0.25
0.31
0.37
[0.042]
[0.050]
[0.062]
[0.077]
[0.092]
2600
[1227]
NOTE: Add component resistance to duct resistance to determine external static
pressure. DNA = Data not available.
DNA
DNA
0.047
[.012]
0.05
[.012]
Wet Coil
Component
2400
[1133]
COMPONENT AIRFLOW RESISTANCE
NOTES: 1. Factory sheave settings are shown in bold type.
2. Do not set motor sheave below minimum or maximum turns open shown.
3. Re-adjustment of sheave required to achieve rated airflow at AHRI minimum External Static Pressure
4. Drive data shown is for horizontal airflow with dry coil. Add component resistance (below) to duct resistance to determine total External Static Pressure.
Drive Package
Motor H.P. [W]
Blower Sheave
Motor Sheave
Turns Open
RPM
NOTE: L-Drive left section, M-Drive center section, N-Drive right section.
2400 [1133]
2500 [1180]
2600 [1227]
2700 [1274]
2800 [1321]
2900 [1368]
3000 [1416]
3100 [1463]
3200 [1510]
3300 [1557]
3400 [1604]
3500 [1652]
3600 [1699]
1916
1979
2044
2111
2181
2253
2328
2405
2485
2567
2652
2739
2828
0.17
[0.042]
DNA
0.13
[0.032]
0.06
[.015]
0.076
[.019]
0.11
[.027]
3600
[1699]
1107
1107
1107
1107
1108
1109
1111
1113
1115
1117
1120
1124
1127
Model
RJNL-B090, C090
Voltage 208/230, 460, 575—3 Phase
Air
External Static Pressure—Inches of Water [kPa]
Flow
CFM [L/s] 0.1 [.02] 0.2 [.05] 0.3 [.07] 0.4 [.10] 0.5 [.12] 0.6 [.15] 0.7 [.17] 0.8 [.20] 0.9 [.22] 1.0 [.25] 1.1 [.27] 1.2 [.30] 1.3 [.32] 1.4 [.35] 1.5 [.37] 1.6 [.40] 1.7 [.42] 1.8 [.45] 1.9 [.47] 2.0 [.50]
RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W
AIRFLOW PERFORMANCE—7.5 TON [26.4 kW]
Air
Airflow Performance
RJNL-C Series
—
—
—
—
—
—
669
682
696
710
724
738
752
766
781
795
810
—
—
—
—
—
—
1354
1428
1507
1592
1680
1774
1873
1976
2084
2197
2315
—
—
—
—
671
684
697
710
724
737
751
764
778
792
806
820
835
—
—
—
—
1285
1353
1425
1502
1584
1670
1762
1858
1959
2065
2176
2291
2412
—
662
674
687
699
712
725
738
751
764
777
791
804
818
831
845
859
—
1171
1226
1287
1352
1422
1496
1576
1661
1750
1844
1943
2046
2155
2268
2386
2509
679
691
703
715
727
740
752
765
777
790
803
816
829
843
856
870
883
1177
1230
1288
1351
1419
1492
1569
1651
1738
1830
1927
2028
2135
2246
2362
2483
2608
1
853
2
816
L
2.0 [1491.4]
BK90H
1VP-44
3
4
779
739
5
700
6
661
707
719
731
743
755
767
779
791
804
816
829
842
854
867
880
894
907
1
1179
1235
1291
1352
1417
1488
1563
1643
1728
1817
1912
2011
2115
2224
2338
2456
2579
2708
1294
1352
1416
1484
1557
1635
1717
1805
1897
1994
2096
2202
2314
2430
2551
2677
2808
2
1127
736
747
758
770
782
793
805
817
829
842
854
866
879
892
904
917
930
1354
1415
1481
1551
1627
1707
1792
1883
1977
2077
2181
2291
2405
2524
2648
2776
2909
791
802
812
823
834
846
857
868
880
891
903
915
926
939
951
963
975
M
3.0 [2237.1]
BK65H
1VP-44
3
4
1074
1018
764
775
786
797
808
820
831
843
855
867
879
891
903
915
928
940
953
5
968
1414
1478
1546
1620
1698
1781
1869
1961
2059
2161
2268
2380
2497
2618
2745
2876
3012
6
915
818
828
839
849
860
871
882
893
904
915
927
938
950
961
973
985
997
1476 844 1538
1542 854 1607
1613 865 1681
1689 875 1759
1770 885 1843
1855 896 1931
1946 906 2024
2041 917 2122
2141 928 2224
2246 939 2332
2356 950 2444
2470 961 2561
2589 972 2683
2714 984 2810
2842 995 2941
2976 1007 3078
3115 1018 3219
1.01
0.99
0.97
0.90
1.01
1.00
1.02
0.92
1.02
1.00
1.06
0.93
1.02
1.01
[ ] Designates Metric Conversions
NOTES: 1. Multiply correction factor times gross performance data.
2. Resulting sensible capacity cannot exceed total capacity.
0.92
0.88
1.06
0.95
1.03
1.01
1.06
0.97
1.03
1.01
1.06
0.99
1.04
1.01
1.06
1.00
0.87
0.87
SENSIBLE MBH
POWER kW
1.00
0.98
3200 3300 3400 3500 3600 3700 3800 3900 4000 4100 4200 4300 4400 4500 4600 4700 4800
[1510] [1557] [1604] [1652] [1699] [1746] [1793] [1840] [1888] [1935] [1982] [2029] [2076] [2123] [2171] [2218] [2265]
0.96 0.97 0.97 0.98 0.97 1.00 0.98 1.01 0.98 1.02 0.99 1.02 0.99 1.02 1.00 1.02 1.00
ACTUAL—CFM
[L/s]
TOTAL MBH
AIRFLOW CORRECTION FACTORS—
10 TON [35.2 kW]
870
880
890
900
910
920
931
941
951
962
973
984
995
1006
1017
1028
1039
1601
1673
1749
1830
1916
2007
2103
2203
2308
2418
2533
2653
2778
2907
3041
3180
3324
896
905
915
925
934
944
954
964
974
985
995
1006
1016
1027
1038
1049
1060
1666
1740
1819
1902
1991
2084
2183
2286
2393
2506
2624
2746
2873
3005
3142
3283
3430
921
930
940
949
958
968
977
987
997
1007
1017
1027
1038
1048
1059
1069
1080
1731
1807
1889
1975
2066
2162
2263
2369
2479
2595
2715
2840
2969
3104
3243
3387
3536
946
955
964
973
982
991
1000
1010
1019
1029
1039
1048
1058
1069
1079
1089
1099
1797
1876
1960
2049
2143
2241
2345
2453
2566
2684
2807
2934
3066
3204
3346
3492
3644
970
979
987
996
1005
1014
1023
1032
1041
1050
1060
1069
1079
1089
1099
1109
1119
19
994
1002
1010
1019
1027
1036
1044
1053
1062
1071
1080
1089
1099
1108
1118
1128
—
1931
2016
2105
2199
2298
2402
2511
2624
2742
2865
2993
3126
3264
3406
3553
3705
—
1017
1025
1033
1041
1049
1057
1066
1074
1083
1092
1100
1109
1118
1127
—
—
—
2000
2087
2179
2276
2377
2484
2595
2711
2832
2957
3088
3223
3363
3508
—
—
—
DNA
DNA
DNA
DNA
0.34
[.08]
0.31
[.08]
DNA
DNA
0.37
[.09]
DNA
DNA
DNA
DNA
0.18
[.04]
0.17
[.04]
DNA
DNA
DNA
DNA
0.18
[.04]
DNA
DNA
0.20
[.05]
DNA
DNA
0.21
[.05]
DNA
DNA
0.23
[.06]
DNA
DNA
0.24
[.06]
DNA
DNA
0.25
[.06]
DNA
2069
2159
2254
2353
2457
2566
2680
2799
2922
3050
3184
3321
—
—
—
—
—
1063
1070
1077
1084
1092
1100
1107
1115
1123
1131
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
2140
2232
2329
2431
2538
2650
2766
2887
3013
3144
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1085
1091
1098
1106
1113
1120
1127
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
2211
2306
2406
2510
2620
2734
2853
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
DNA
0.27
[.07]
DNA
0.15
[.04]
0.08
[.02]
0.17
[.04]
0.10
[.02]
DNA
DNA
DNA
0.16
[.04]
0.09
[.02]
0.18
[.04]
0.10
[.03]
DNA
0.31
[.08]
0.31
[.08]
DNA
0.17
[.04]
0.09
[.02]
0.19
[.05]
0.11
[.03]
DNA
DNA
0.16
[.04]
0.09
[.02]
0.19
[.05]
0.10
[.03]
0.32
[.08]
DNA
DNA
0.17
[.04]
0.10
[.02]
0.20
[.05]
0.11
[.03]
4400 4500 4600 4700 4800
[2076] [2123] [2171] [2218] [2265]
1040
1048
1055
1063
1071
1079
1087
1095
1103
1112
1120
1129
—
—
—
—
—
Standard Indoor Airflow—CFM [L/s]
3200 3300 3400 3500 3600 3700 3800 3900 4000 4100 4200 4300
[1510] [1557] [1604] [1652] [1699] [1746] [1793] [1840] [1888] [1935] [1982] [2029]
Resistance—Inches of Water [kPa]
0.07 0.07 0.07 0.07 0.08 0.08 0.08 0.09 0.09 0.09 0.09 0.10
[.02] [.02] [.02] [.02] [.02] [.02] [.02] [.02] [.02] [.02] [.02] [.02]
0.09 0.10 0.10 0.11 0.11 0.12 0.12 0.13 0.13 0.14 0.14 0.15
[.02] [.02] [.02] [.03] [.03] [.03] [.03] [.03] [.03] [.03] [.03] [.04]
0.05 0.05 0.06 0.06 0.06 0.06 0.07 0.07 0.07 0.07 0.08 0.08
[.01] [.01] [.01] [.01] [.02] [.02] [.02] [.02] [.02] [.02] [.02] [.02]
0.11 0.12 0.12 0.13 0.13 0.14 0.14 0.15 0.15 0.16 0.16 0.17
[.03] [.03] [.03] [.03] [.03] [.03] [.04] [.04] [.04] [.04] [.04] [.04]
1864
1945
2032
2124
2220
2321
2427
2538
2654
2774
2900
3030
3165
3304
3449
3598
3752
Note: Add component resistance to duct resistance to determine external static pressure.
DNA = Data not available.
Downflow Economizer RA
Damper Open
Horizontal Economizer RA
Damper Open
Horizontal Economizer OA
Damper Open
Concentric Grill RXRN-FA65
or RXRN-FA75 & Transition
RXMC-CD04
Concentric Grill RXRN-AA61
or RXRN-AA71 & Transition
RXMC-CE05
Concentric Grill RXRN-AA66
or RXRN-AA76 & Transition
RXMC-CF06
Wet Coil
Component
AIRFLOW RESISTANCE—
10 TON [35.2 kW]
NOTES: 1. Factory sheave settings are shown in bold type.
2. Do not set motor sheave below minimum or maximum turns open shown.
3. Re-adjustment of sheave required to achieve rated airflow at AHRI minimum External Static Pressure
4. Drive data shown is for horizontal airflow with dry coil. Add component resistance (below) to duct resistance
to determine total External Static Pressure.
Drive Package
Motor H.P. [W]
Blower Sheave
Motor Sheave
Turns Open
RPM
NOTE: L-Drive left of bold line, M-Drive right of bold line.
3200 [1510]
3300 [1557]
3400 [1604]
3500[1652]
3600 [1699]
3700 [1746]
3800 [1793]
3900 [1840]
4000 [1888]
4100 [1935]
4200 [1982]
4300 [2029]
4400 [2076]
4500 [2123]
4600 [2171]
4700 [2218]
4800 [2265]
Model
RJNL-B120 , C120
Voltage 208/230, 460, 575—3 Phase
Air
External Static Pressure—Inches of Water [kPa]
Flow
CFM [L/s] 0.1 [.02] 0.2 [.05] 0.3 [.07] 0.4 [.10] 0.5 [.12] 0.6 [.15] 0.7 [.17] 0.8 [.20] 0.9 [.22] 1.0 [.25] 1.1 [.27] 1.2 [.30] 1.3 [.32] 1.4 [.35] 1.5 [.37] 1.6 [.40] 1.7 [.42] 1.8 [.45] 1.9 [.47] 2.0 [.50]
RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W
AIRFLOW PERFORMANCE—10 TON [35.2 kW]
Air
Airflow Performance
RJNL-C Series
20
C120CM
C120CL
C090CN
C090CM
C090CL
Model
No.
RJNL-
No. of
Sequence
Steps
—
1
1
1
1
—
1
1
1
1
—
1
1
1
1
—
1
1
1
1
—
1
1
1
1
RXJJHeater Kit
Nominal kW
No Heat
CC15C
CC20C
CC30C
CC40C
No Heat
CC15C
CC20C
CC30C
CC40C
No Heat
CC15C
CC20C
CC30C
CC40C
No Heat
CC15C
CC20C
CC30C
CC40C
No Heat
CC15C
CC20C
CC30C
CC40C
Heater
kBTU/Hr @
208/240V
—
36.84/49.13
49.13/65.5
73.69/98.25
98.25/131
—
36.84/49.13
49.13/65.5
73.69/98.25
98.25/131
—
36.84/49.13
49.13/65.5
73.69/98.25
98.25/131
—
36.84/49.13
49.13/65.5
73.69/98.25
98.25/131
—
36.84/49.13
49.13/65.5
73.69/98.25
98.25/131
Rated Heater
kW @
208/240V
—
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
21.6/28.8
28.8/38.4
—
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
21.6/28.8
28.8/38.4
—
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
21.6/28.8
28.8/38.4
—
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
21.6/28.8
28.8/38.4
—
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
21.6/28.8
28.8/38.4
Heater Kit
—
30.1/34.7
40/46.2
60.2/69.4
80.1/92.4
—
30.1/34.7
40/46.2
60.2/69.4
80.1/92.4
—
30.1/34.7
40/46.2
60.2/69.4
80.1/92.4
—
30.1/34.7
40/46.2
60.2/69.4
80.1/92.4
—
30.1/34.7
40/46.2
60.2/69.4
80.1/92.4
Heater
Amps @
208/240V
43/43
81/87
93/101
119/130
144/159
43/43
81/87
93/101
119/130
144/159
45/45
83/89
95/103
121/132
146/161
50/50
88/94
100/108
126/137
151/166
52/52
90/96
102/110
128/139
153/168
Unit Min. Ckt.
Ampacity @
208/240V
Min./Max.
208V
50/60
90/90
100/100
125/125
150/150
50/60
90/90
100/100
125/125
150/150
60/60
100/100
110/110
150/150
175/175
60/70
100/110
110/110
150/150
175/175
60/80
100/110
110/125
150/150
175/175
Min./Max.
240V
50/60
100/100
110/110
150/150
175/175
50/60
100/100
110/110
150/150
175/175
60/60
100/100
125/125
150/150
175/175
60/70
100/110
125/125
150/150
175/175
60/80
110/110
125/125
150/150
200/200
Over Current
Protective Device Size
Heat Pump
Max. Fuse
Size
208/240V
—
40/45
50/60
80/90
110/125
—
40/45
50/60
80/90
110/125
—
40/45
50/60
80/90
110/125
—
40/45
50/60
80/90
110/125
—
40/45
50/60
80/90
110/125
Min. Ckt.
Ampacity
208/240V
—
38/44
50/58
76/87
101/116
—
38/44
50/58
76/87
101/116
—
38/44
50/58
76/87
101/116
—
38/44
50/58
76/87
101/116
—
38/44
50/58
76/87
101/116
Heater Kit
43/43
—
—
—
—
43/43
—
—
—
—
45/45
—
—
—
—
50/50
—
—
—
—
52/52
—
—
—
—
Min. Circuit
Ampacity
208/240V
Min./Max.
208V
50/60
—
—
—
—
50/60
—
—
—
—
60/60
—
—
—
—
60/70
—
—
—
—
60/80
—
—
—
—
Min./Max.
240V
50/60
—
—
—
—
50/60
—
—
—
—
60/60
—
—
—
—
60/70
—
—
—
—
60/80
—
—
—
—
Over Current
Protective Device Size
Heat Pump
208/240 VOLT, THREE PHASE, 60 HZ, AUXILIARY ELECTRIC HEATER KITS CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATION
Single Power Supply for Both Unit and Heater Kit
Separate Power Supply for Both Unit and Heater Kit
Air
Electric Heater Kits
RJNL-C Series
C120DM
C120DL
C090DN
C090DM
C090DL
Model
No.
RJNL-
No. of
Sequence
Steps
—
1
1
1
1
—
1
1
1
1
—
1
1
1
1
—
1
1
1
1
—
1
1
1
1
RXJJHeater Kit
Nominal kW
No Heat
CC15D
CC20D
CC30D
CC40D
No Heat
CC15D
CC20D
CC30D
CC40D
No Heat
CC15D
CC20D
CC30D
CC40D
No Heat
CC15D
CC20D
CC30D
CC40D
No Heat
CC15D
CC20D
CC30D
CC40D
—
14.4
19.2
28.8
38.4
—
14.4
19.2
28.8
38.4
—
14.4
19.2
28.8
38.4
—
14.4
19.2
28.8
38.4
—
14.4
19.2
28.8
38.4
Rated Heater
kW @
480V
—
49.13
65.5
98.25
131
—
49.13
65.5
98.25
131
—
49.13
65.5
98.25
131
—
49.13
65.5
98.25
131
—
49.13
65.5
98.25
131
Heater
kBTU/Hr @
480V
—
17.4
23.1
34.7
46.2
—
17.4
23.1
34.7
46.2
—
17.4
23.1
34.7
46.2
—
17.4
23.1
34.7
46.2
—
17.4
23.1
34.7
46.2
Heater
Amps @
480V
21
43
50
65
79
21
43
50
65
79
22
44
51
66
80
28
50
57
72
86
29
51
58
73
87
Unit Min. Ckt.
Ampacity @
480V
Min./Max.
480V
25/30
50/50
60/60
70/70
90/90
25/30
50/50
60/60
70/70
90/90
25/30
50/50
60/60
80/80
90/90
35/40
60/60
60/60
80/80
90/90
35/45
60/60
70/70
80/80
100/100
Min./Max.
480V
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Over Current
Protective Device Size
Max. Fuse
Size
480V
—
25
30
45
60
—
25
30
45
60
—
25
30
45
60
—
25
30
45
60
—
25
30
45
60
Min. Ckt.
Ampacity
480V
—
22
29
44
58
—
22
29
44
58
—
22
29
44
58
—
22
29
44
58
—
22
29
44
58
21
—
—
—
—
21
—
—
—
—
22
—
—
—
—
28
—
—
—
—
29
—
—
—
—
Min. Circuit
Ampacity
480V
Min./Max.
480V
25/30
—
—
—
—
25/30
—
—
—
—
25/30
—
—
—
—
35/40
—
—
—
—
35/45
—
—
—
—
Min./Max.
480V
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Over Current
Protective Device Size
480 VOLT, THREE PHASE, 60 HZ, AUXILIARY ELECTRIC HEATER KITS CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATION
Single Power Supply for Both Unit and Heater Kit
Separate Power Supply for Both Unit and Heater Kit
Heater Kit
Heat Pump
Heater Kit
Heat Pump
Air
Electric Heater Kits
RJNL-C Series
21
22
C120YM
C120YL
C090YN
C090YM
C090YL
Model
No.
RJNL-
No. of
Sequence
Steps
—
1
1
1
1
—
1
1
1
1
—
1
1
1
1
—
1
1
1
1
—
1
1
1
1
RXJJHeater Kit
Nominal kW
No Heat
CC15Y
CC20Y
CC30Y
CC40Y
No Heat
CC15Y
CC20Y
CC30Y
CC40Y
No Heat
CC15Y
CC20Y
CC30Y
CC40Y
No Heat
CC15Y
CC20Y
CC30Y
CC40Y
No Heat
CC15Y
CC20Y
CC30Y
CC40Y
—
14.4
19.2
28.8
38.4
—
14.4
19.2
28.8
38.4
—
14.4
19.2
28.8
38.4
—
14.4
19.2
28.8
38.4
—
14.4
19.2
28.8
38.4
Rated Heater
kW @
600V
Heater Kit
—
49.13
65.5
98.25
131
—
49.13
65.5
98.25
131
—
49.13
65.5
98.25
131
—
49.13
65.5
98.25
131
—
49.13
65.5
98.25
131
Heater
kBTU/Hr @
600V
—
13.9
18.5
28.9
38.5
—
13.9
18.5
28.9
38.5
—
13.9
18.5
28.9
38.5
—
13.9
18.5
28.9
38.5
—
13.9
18.5
28.9
38.5
Heater
Amps @
600V
16
34
40
53
65
16
34
40
53
65
17
35
41
54
66
20
38
44
57
69
21
39
45
58
70
Unit Min. Ckt.
Ampacity @
600V
Min./Max.
600V
20/20
40/40
45/45
60/60
70/70
20/20
40/40
45/45
60/60
70/70
20/25
45/45
50/50
60/60
80/80
25/30
45/45
50/50
60/60
80/80
25/30
50/50
60/60
70/70
80/80
Min./Max.
600V
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Over Current
Protective Device Size
Heat Pump
Max. Fuse
Size
600V
—
20
25
40
50
—
20
25
40
50
—
20
25
40
50
—
20
25
40
50
—
20
25
40
50
Min. Ckt.
Ampacity
600V
—
18
24
37
49
—
18
24
37
49
—
18
24
37
49
—
18
24
37
49
—
18
24
37
49
Heater Kit
16
—
—
—
—
16
—
—
—
—
17
—
—
—
—
20
—
—
—
—
21
—
—
—
—
Min. Circuit
Ampacity
600V
Min./Max.
600V
20/20
—
—
—
—
20/20
—
—
—
—
20/25
—
—
—
—
25/30
—
—
—
—
25/30
—
—
—
—
Min./Max.
600V
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Over Current
Protective Device Size
Heat Pump
600 VOLT, THREE PHASE, 60 HZ, AUXILIARY ELECTRIC HEATER KITS CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATION
Single Power Supply for Both Unit and Heater Kit
Separate Power Supply for Both Unit and Heater Kit
Air
Electric Heater Kits
RJNL-C Series
Air
Electrical Data
RJNL-C Series
Evaporator Fan
Condenser Motor
Compressor Motor
Unit Information
ELECTRICAL DATA – RJNL-C SERIES
C090CL
C090CM
C090CN
C090DL
C090DM
C090DN
C090YL
C090YM
C090YN
Unit Operating Voltage Range
187-253
187-253
187-253
414-506
414-506
414-506
517-632
517-632
517-632
Volts
Minimum Circuit Ampacity
208/230
43/43
208/230
43/43
208/230
45/45
460
21
460
21
460
22
575
16
575
16
575
17
Minimum Overcurrent
Protection Device Size
50/50
50/50
60/60
25
25
25
20
20
20
Maximum Overcurrent
Protection Device Size
60/60
60/60
60/60
30
30
30
20
20
25
No.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Volts
Phase
RPM
200/230
3
3450
200/230
3
3450
200/230
3
3450
460
3
3450
460
3
3450
460
3
3450
575
3
3450
575
3
3450
575
3
3450
HP, Compressor 1
Amps (RLA), Comp. 1
10 1/4
25/25
10 1/4
25/25
10 1/4
25/25
10 1/4
12.2
10 1/4
12.2
10 1/4
12.2
10 1/4
9
10 1/4
9
10 1/4
9
Amps (LRA), Comp. 1
164/164
164/164
164/164
100
100
100
78
78
78
HP, Compressor 2
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Amps (RLA), Comp. 2
Amps (LRA), Comp. 2
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
No.
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Volts
Phase
208/230
1
208/230
1
208/230
1
460
1
460
1
460
1
575
1
575
1
575
1
HP
Amps (FLA, each)
Amps (LRA, each)
1/3
2.4/2.4
3.9/3.9
1/3
2.4/2.4
3.9/3.9
1/3
2.4/2.4
3.9/3.9
1/3
1.4
1.8
1/3
1.4
1.8
1/3
1.4
1.8
1/3
1
1.5
1/3
1
1.5
1/3
1
1.5
No.
Volts
Phase
1
208/230
3
1
208/230
3
1
208/230
3
1
460
3
1
460
3
1
460
3
1
575
3
1
575
3
1
575
3
HP
2
2
3
2
2
3
2
2
3
Amps (FLA, each)
Amps (LRA, each)
8/8
56/56
8/8
56/56
13/13
74.5/74.5
4
28
4
28
7
38.1
4
19
4
19
8
20
23
Air
Electrical Data
RJNL-C Series
Evaporator Fan
Condenser Motor
Compressor Motor
Unit Information
ELECTRICAL DATA – RJNL-C SERIES
24
C120CL
C120CM
C120DL
C120DM
C120YL
C120YM
Unit Operating Voltage Range
187-253
187-253
414-506
414-506
517-632
517-632
Volts
208/230
208/230
460
460
575
575
Minimum Circuit Ampacity
50/50
52/52
28
29
20
21
Minimum Overcurrent
Protection Device Size
60/60
60/60
35
35
25
25
Maximum Overcurrent
Protection Device Size
70/70
80/80
40
45
30
30
No.
1
1
1
1
1
1
Volts
Phase
RPM
200/230
3
3450
200/230
3
3450
460
3
3450
460
3
3450
575
3
3450
575
3
3450
HP, Compressor 1
Amps (RLA), Comp. 1
12 3/4
30.1/30.1
30.1/30.1
12 3/4
16.7
12 3/4
16.7
12 3/4
12.2
12 3/4
12.2
Amps (LRA), Comp. 1
225/225
225/225
114
114
80
80
HP, Compressor 2
—
—
—
—
—
—
Amps (RLA), Comp. 2
—
—
—
—
—
—
Amps (LRA), Comp. 2
—
—
—
—
—
—
No.
2
2
2
2
2
2
Volts
Phase
208/230
1
208/230
1
460
1
460
1
460
1
460
1
HP
Amps (FLA, each)
Amps (LRA, each)
1/2
2.3/2.3
5.6/5.6
1/2
2.3/2.3
5.6/5.6
1/2
1.5
3.1
1/2
1.5
3.1
1/2
1
2.2
1/2
1
2.2
No.
Volts
Phase
1
208/230
3
1
208/230
3
1
460
3
1
460
3
1
575
3
1
575
3
HP
2
3
2
3
2
3
Amps (FLA, each)
Amps (LRA, each)
8/8
56/56
13/13
74.5/74.5
4
28
7
38.1
4
19
8
20
Air
Dimensional Data
RJNL-C Series
UNIT DIMENSIONS
PACKAGE
HEAT PUMPS
BOTTOM VIEW
44 090 MODELS
50 120 MODELS
Illustration
ST-A1132-02
[ ] Designates Metric Conversions
25
Air
Dimensional Data
RJNL-C Series
UNIT DIMENSIONS
PACKAGE
HEAT PUMPS
SUPPLY AND RETURN DIMENSIONS FOR HORIZONTAL APPLICATION
R
E
T
U
R
N
34
[864 mm]
A
I
R
SUPPLY AIR
12
[305 mm]
77/32
[183 mm]
Illustration
ST-A1132-07
135/8
[346 mm]
28
[711 mm]
14
[356 mm]
47/16
[113 mm]
SUPPLY AND RETURN DIMENSIONS FOR DOWNFLOW APPLICATIONS
9311/16
[2380 mm]
25
[635 mm]
151/8
[384 mm]
14
[356 mm]
47/16
[113 mm]
107/16
[265 mm]
23
[584 mm]
5825/32
[1493 mm]
21/16
[52 mm]
34
[864 mm]
5425/32
[1391 mm]
21/8
[54 mm]
61/2
[165 mm]
Illustration
ST-A1132-06
23/8
[60 mm]
THRU THE BASE
POWER ENTRY
[ ] Designates Metric Conversions
26
21/8
[54 mm]
271/2
[699 mm]
THRU THE BASE
CONTROL ENTRY
8
[203 mm]
Air
Dimensional Data
RJNL-C Series
UNIT DIMENSIONS
PACKAGE
HEAT PUMPS
619/32
[168 mm]
313/16
[97 mm]
43/32
[104.3 mm]
1119/32
[294 mm]
CONTROL ENTRY
627/32
[174 mm]
SUPPLY COVER
9311/16
[2380 mm]
5
[126.9 mm]
583/4
[1492.3 mm]
RETURN COVER
Illustration
ST-A1132-03
[ ] Designates Metric Conversions
27
Air
Dimensional Data
RJNL-C Series
CORNER WEIGHTS
Capacity Tons [kW]
7.5-10 [26.4-35.2]
Corner Weights by Percentage
A
B
C
D
32%
26%
20%
22%
Illustration
ST-A0718-01
CLEARANCES
The following minimum clearances are
recommended for proper unit performance
and serviceability.
Recommended
Clearance In. [mm]
48 [1219]
18 [457]
18 [457]
18 [457]
60 [1524]
Location
ABC*D E-
Front
Condenser Coil
Duct Side
Evaporator End
Above
*Without Economizer. 48" [1219 mm] With Economizer
[ ] Designates Metric Conversions
Illustration
ST-A0710-01
28
Air
Accessories
RJNL-C Series
FIELD INSTALLED ACCESSORY EQUIPMENT
Accessory
Thermostats
Electric Heaters
Economizer w/Single Enthalpy
Economizer w/Single Enthalpy and Smoke Detector
Dual Enthalpy Kit
Horizontal Economizer w/Single Enthalpy
Carbon Dioxide Sensor
Power Exhaust
Manual Fresh Air (Left Panel Mounted)
Manual Fresh Air (Return Panel)
Motorized Fresh Air (Return Panel)
Motor Kit for RXRF-KDA1
Modulating Motor Kit w/Position Feedback for RXRF-KDA1
Roofcurb, 14"
Roofcurb, 24"
Roofcurb Adapters
Concentric Diffuser (Step-Down, 20" Round)
Concentric Diffuser (Flush, 20" Round)
Concentric Diffuser (Step-Down, 18 x 28)
Concentric Diffuser (Step-Down, 18 x 32)
Concentric Diffuser (Flush, 18 x 28)
Concentric Diffuser (Flush, 18 x 32)
Downflow Transition (Rect. to Round)
Downflow Transition (Rect. to Rect., 18 x 28)
Downflow Transition (Rect. to Rect., 18 x 32)
Low-Ambient Control Kit
Outdoor Coil Louver Kit (090)
Outdoor Coil Louver Kit (120)
Non-Powered Convenience Outlet
Comfort Alert (1 per compressor)
BACnet Communication Card
LonWorks Communication Card
Shipping
Installed
Weight
Weight
Lbs. [kg]
Lbs. [kg]
See Thermostat Specification Sheet for Details (T11-001)
RXJJ-CC15 (C,D,Y)
46 [20.9]
36 [16.3]
RXJJ-CC20 (C,D,Y)
46 [20.9]
36 [16.3]
RXJJ-CC30 (C,D,Y)
47 [21.3]
37 [16.8]
49 [22.2]
39 [17.7]
RXJJ-CC40 (C,D,Y)
90 [40.8]
81 [36.7]
AXRD-PJCM3
AXRD-SJCM3
91 [41.3]
82 [57.2]
RXRX-AV03
3 [1.4]
1 [.5]
AXRD-RJCM3
94 [42.6]
89 [40.4]
RXRX-AR02
3 [1.4]
2 [1.0]
RXRX-BFF02 (C,D,Y)
43 [19.5]
38 [17.2]
AXRF-KDA1
38 [17.2]
31 [14.0]
AXRF-JDA1
26 [11.8]
21 [9.5]
AXRF-JDB1
43 [19.5]
38 [17.2]
RXRX-AW02
35 [15.9]
27 [12.2]
RXRX-AW04
38 [17.2]
30 [13.6]
RXKG-CAE14
90 [40.8]
85 [38.5]
RXKG-CAE24
140 [63.5]
135 [61.2]
RXRX-CDCE50
300 [136.1]
290 [131.5]
RXRX-CFCE54
325 [147.4]
315 [142.9]
RXRX-CFCE56
350 [158.8]
340 [154.2]
RXRX-CGCC12
450 [204.1]
410 [186.0]
RXRN-FA65
139 [63.0]
60 [27.2]
RXRN-FA75
54 [24.4]
42 [19.0]
RXRN-AA61
200 [90.7]
185 [83.9]
RXRN-AA66
247 [112.0]
227 [103.0]
RXRN-AA71
170 [77.1]
155 [70.3]
RXRN-AA76
176 [79.8]
161 [73.0]
RXMC-CD04
15 [6.8]
13 [5.9]
18 [8.2]
16 [7.3]
RXMC-CE05 ➀
20 [9.1]
18 [8.2]
RXMC-CF06 ➁
RXRZ-A03
3 [1.4]
2 [1.0]
AXRX-AAD01H
25 [11.3]
22 [10.0]
AXRX-AAD01J
29 [13.2]
26 [11.8]
RXRX-AN01
2 [1.0]
1.5 [0.7]
RXRX-AZ01
3 [1.4]
2 [0.9]
RXRX-AY01
1 [0.5]
1 [0.5]
RXRX-AY02
1 [0.5]
1 [0.5]
Model
Number
Factory
Installation
Available?
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
NOTES: ➀ Used with RXRN-AA61 and RXRN-AA71 concentric diffusers.
➁ Used with RXRN-AA66 and RXRN-AA76 concentric diffusers.
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Accessories
RJNL-C Series
THERMOSTATS
200-Series *
Programmable
300-Series *
Deluxe
Programmable
500-Series *
Communicating/
Programmable
400-Series *
Special Applications/
Programmable
* Photos are representative. Actual models may vary.
For detailed thermostat match-up information,
see specification sheet form number T11-001.
FLUSH MOUNT ROOM TEMPERATURE SENSORS FOR
NETWORKED DDC APPLICATIONS
ROOM TEMPERATURE SENSOR
with TIMED OVERRIDE BUTTON
RHC-ZNS1
10kΩ room temperature sensor transmits room temperature to DDC system. Timed override button
allows tenant to change from unoccupied temperature setpoint to occupied temperature setpoint for a
preset time.
ROOM TEMPERATURE SENSOR
RHC-ZNS2
with TIMED OVERRIDE BUTTON and STATUS INDICATOR
10kΩ room temperature sensor transmits room temperature to DDC system. Timed override button
allows tenant to change from unoccupied temperature setpoint to occupied temperature setpoint for a
preset time. Status Indicator Light transmits ALARM flash code to occupied space.
ROOM TEMPERATURE SENSOR
RHC-ZNS3
with SETPOINT ADJUSTMENT and TIMED OVERRIDE BUTTON
10kΩ room temperature sensor with setpoint adjustment transmits room temperature to DDC system
along with desired occupied room temperature setpoint. Timed override button allows tenant to change
from unoccupied temperature setpoint to occupied temperature setpoint for a preset time.
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COMMUNICATION CARDS
Field Installed
BACnet® COMMUNICATION CARD
RXRX-AY01
The field installed BACnet Communication Card allows the RTU-C unit controller to communicate with
a third party building management system that supports the BACnet Application Specific Controller
device profile. The BACnet® Communication Module plugs onto the unit RTU-C controller and allows
communication between the RTU-C and the BACnet MSTP network.
®
LonWorks® COMMUNICATION CARD RXRX-AY02
The field installed LonWorks® Communication Card allows the RTU-C unit controller to communicate
with a third party building management system that supports the LonMark Space Comfort Controller
(SCC) functional profile or LonMark Discharge Air Controller (DAC) functional profile. The LonMark
Communication Module plugs onto the RTU-C controller and allows communication between the
RTU-C and a LonWorks Network.
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ECONOMIZERS
Use to Select Factory Installed Options Only
AXRD-PJCM3—Single Enthalpy (Outdoor) with DDC
AXRD-SJCM3—Single Enthalpy w/Smoke Detector and DDC
RXRX-AV03—Dual Enthalpy Upgrade Kit
RXRX-AR02—Optional Wall-Mounted CO2 Sensor
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
Features Honeywell Controls
Available Factory Installed or Field Accessory
Gear Driven Direct Drive Actuator
Fully Modulating (0-100%)
Low Leakage Dampers
Slip-In Design for Easy Installation
Plug-In Polarized 12-pin and 4-pin Electrical
Connections
Pre-Configured—No Field Adjustments Necessary
Standard Barometric Relief Damper
Single Enthalpy with Dual Enthalpy Upgrade
Kit Available
CO2 Input Sensor Available
Field Assembled Hood Ships with Economizer
Economizer Ships Complete for Downflow Duct Application.
Optional Remote Minimum Position Potentiometer (270 ohm)
(Honeywell #S963B1136) is available from Prostock.
Field Installed Power Exhaust Available
Prewired for Smoke Detector
If connected to a Building Automation System (BAS), all
economizer functions can be viewed on the (BAS) or
16 x 2 LCD screen
If connected to a thermostat, all economizer functions can be
viewed on 16 x 2 LCD screen
Illustration
ADS-7949-11
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Accessories
RJNL-C Series
ECONOMIZER FOR HORIZONTAL DUCT INSTALLATION
Field Installed Only
AXRD-RJCM3—Single Enthalpy (Outdoor) with DDC
RXRX-AV03—Dual Enthalpy Upgrade Kit
RXRX-AR02—Wall-mounted CO2 Sensor
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
Features Honeywell Controls
Available as a Field Installed Accessory Only
Gear Driven Direct Drive Actuator
Fully Modulating (0-100%)
Low Leakage Dampers
Slip-In Design for Easy Installation
Plug-In Polarized 12-pin and 4-pin Electrical
Connections
Pre-Configured—
No Field Adjustments Necessary
Standard Barometric Relief Damper
Single Enthalpy with Dual Enthalpy Upgrade
Kit Available
CO2 Input Sensor Available
Field Assembled Hood Ships with Economizer
Economizer Ships Complete for Horizontal
Duct Application
Optional Remote Minimum Position Potentiometer
(270 ohm) (Honeywell #S963B1136) is available from Prostock
Field Installed Power Exhaust Available
If connected to a Building Automation System (BAS), all
economizer functions can be viewed on the (BAS) or
16 x 2 LCD screen
If connected to thermostat, all economizer functions can be viewed
on 16 x 2 LCD screen
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Accessories
RJNL-C Series
POWER EXHAUST KIT FOR AXRD-PJCM3(-), AXRD-RJCM3(-),
RXRD-SJCM3 ECONOMIZERS
RXRX-BFF02 (C, D, or Y*)
*Voltage Code
VERTICAL AIRFLOW
Illustration
STA1000-02
HORIZONTAL AIRFLOW
Illustration
STA1000-01
Model No.
No.
of Fans
Volts
Phase
HP
(ea.)
RXRX-BFF02C
RXRX-BFF02D
RXRX-BFF02Y
2
2
2
208-230
460
575
1
1
1
0.33
0.33
0.33
NOTES: ➀ Power exhaust is factory set on high speed motor tap.
➁ CFM is per fan at 0" w.c. external static pressure.
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Low Speed
CFM [L/s] ➁
2200 [1038]
2200 [1038]
2200 [1038]
RPM
1518
1518
1518
High Speed ➀
RPM
CFM [L/s] ➁
2500 [1179]
1670
2500 [1179]
1670
2500 [1179]
1670
FLA
(ea.)
LRA
(ea.)
1.48
0.75
0.81
3.6
1.8
1.5
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Accessories
RJNL-C Series
FRESH AIR DAMPER
MOTORIZED DAMPER KIT
RXRX-AW02
(Motor Kit for RXRF-KDA1)
79
AXRF-KDA1 (Manual)
51
-17
a
DOWNFLOW OR
HORIZONTAL APPLICATION
Illustration
ST-7951-17
Illustration
ST-A0886-38
[ ] Designates Metric Conversions
RXRX-AW04
(Modulating Motor Kit with position
feedback for AXRF-KDA1)
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
Features Honeywell Controls
Gear Driven Direct Drive Actuator
Fully Modulating (0-100%)
Low Leakage Dampers
Slip-In Design for Easy Installation
Plug-In Polarized 12-pin and 4-pin
Electrical Connections
Pre-Configured—No Field Adjustments Necessary
Addition of Dual Enthalpy Upgrade Kit allows
limited economizer function
CO2 Sensor Input Available for Demand Control Ventilation (DCV)
Optional Remote Minimum Position Potentiometer (270 ohm)
(Honeywell #S963B1136) is available from Prostock.
All fresh air damper functions can be viewed at the RTU-C unit controller display
If connected to a Building Automation System (BAS), all fresh air damper functions can be viewed on the
(BAS), or 16 x 2 LCD screen
If connected to thermostat, all fresh air damper functions can be viewed on 16 x 2 LCD screen
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RJNL-C Series
FRESH AIR DAMPER (Cont.)
AXRF-JDA1 (Manual)
AXRF-JDB1 (Motorized)
DOWNFLOW APPLICATION
Illustration
ADS-7937-58
HORIZONTAL APPLICATION
Illustration
ST-A0901-01
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ROOFCURBS (Full Perimeter)
■
Rheem’s new roofcurb design can be utilized on 7.5 and
10 ton [26.4 and 35.2 kW] RJNL-C models.
■
Two available heights (14" [356 mm] and
24" [610 mm]) for ALL models.
■
Quick assembly corners for simple and fast assembly.
■
Opening provided in bottom pan to match the
“Thru the Curb” electrical connection opening
provided on the unit base pan.
■
2" [51 mm] x 4" [102 mm] Nailer provided.
■
Insulating panels not required because of insulated
outdoor base pan.
■
Sealing gasket (28" [711 mm]) provided
with Roofcurb.
■
Packaged for easy field assembly.
Roofcurb Model
RXKG-CAE14
RXKG-CAE24
Accessories
RJNL-C Series
TYPICAL INSTALLATION
Illustration
ST-A0743-02
Height of Curb
14" [356 mm]
24" [610 mm]
ROOFCURB INSTALLATION
[ ] Designates Metric Conversions
Illustration
ST-A0743-02
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Accessories
RJNL-C Series
ROOFCURB ADAPTERS
OLD MODELS
OLD ROOFCURB
ROOFCURB ADAPTER
(-)RCF, (-)REF-075/076
(-)RGF-150075, (-)RGF-131076
(-)RGF-201076
RXRK-E50
RXRX-CDCE50
(-)RGF-200075
(-)RGG, (-)REG, (-)RCG-075
(-)RGF, (-)REF, (-)RCF-085
(-)RGF, (-)REF, (-)RCF-100
(-)RGG, (-)REG, (-)RCG-100
RXRK-E54
RXRX-CFCE54
(-)RGF, (-)REF, (-)RCF-125
RXRK-E56
RXRX-CFCE56
(-)PDC-075
(-)PDC-100/101
RXPK-C12
RXRX-CGCC12
NEW MODELS
(All Share Common Footprint)
(-)JNL-C090
(-)JNL-C120
NOTE: Ductwork modifications may be necessary if the capacity and/or indoor airflow rate of replacement unit is not equivalent to that of the unit being replaced.
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Accessories
RJNL-C Series
ROOFCURB ADAPTERS (Cont.)
RXRX-CDCE50
Illustration
ADS-7952-02
Sheet 2
TOP VIEW
Illustration
ADS-7952-02
Sheet 1
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Accessories
RJNL-C Series
ROOFCURB ADAPTERS (Cont.)
RXRX-CFCE54
Illustration
ADS-7952-01
Sheet 2
TOP VIEW
Illustration
ADS-7952-01
Sheet 1
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Accessories
RJNL-C Series
ROOFCURB ADAPTERS (Cont.)
RXRX-CFCE56
Illustration
ADS-7952-03
Sheet 2
TOP VIEW
Illustration
ADS-7952-03
Sheet 1
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Accessories
RJNL-C Series
ROOFCURB ADAPTERS (Cont.)
RXRX-CGCC12
Illustration
ADS-7952-04
Sheet 2
TOP VIEW
Illustration
ADS-7952-04
Sheet 1
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Accessories
RJNL-C Series
CONCENTRIC DIFFUSER APPLICATION
Illustration
ST-A0840-02
DOWNFLOW TRANSITION DRAWINGS
RXMC-CE05
■
Used with RXRN-AA61
or RXRN-AA71
Concentric Diffusers.
Illustration
ST-A0881-02
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Accessories
RJNL-C Series
DOWNFLOW TRANSITION DRAWINGS (Cont.)
RXMC-CF06
■
Used with RXRN-AA66
or RXRN-AA76
Concentric Diffusers.
Illustration
ST-A0881-03
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Accessories
RJNL-C Series
DOWNFLOW TRANSITION DRAWINGS (Cont.)
RXMC-CD04
■
Used with RXRN-FA65
or RXRN-FA75
Concentric Diffusers.
79
51
03
Illustration
ADS-7951-03
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Accessories
RJNL-C Series
CONCENTRIC DIFFUSER—STEP DOWN
RXRN-FA65 (7.5 Ton [29.9 kW] Model)
For Use With Downflow Transition (RXMC-CD04)
and 20" [508 mm] Round Supply and Return Ducts
■
All aluminum diffuser with aluminum
return air eggcrate.
■
Built-in anti-sweat gasket.
■
Molded fiberglass supports.
■
Built-in hanging supports.
■
Diffuser box constructed of
sheetmetal insulated with
1" [25.4 mm] 1.5 lbs.
[.7 kg] duct liner.
ENGINEERING DATA➀
Model No.
RXRN-FA65
Flow Rate
CFM [L/s]
2600 [1227]
2800 [1321]
3000 [1416]
3200 [1510]
3400 [1604]
Static Pressure
in. w.c. [kPa]
0.17 [0.042]
0.20 [0.050]
0.25 [0.062]
0.31 [0.077]
0.37 [0.092]
Throw ➁ ➂
Feet [m]
24-29 [7.3-8.8]0
25-30 [7.6-9.1]0
27-33 [8.2-10.1]
28-35 [8.5-10.7]
30-37 [9.1-11.3]
NOTES: ➀ All data is based on the air diffusion council guidelines.
➁ Throw data is based on 75 FPM Terminal Velocities using isothermal air.
➂ Throw is based on diffuser blades being directed in a straight pattern.
➃ Actual noise levels may vary due to duct design and do not include transmitted unit noise.
Adequate duct attenuation must be provided to reduce sound output from the unit.
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Neck Velocity
fpm [m/s]
669 [3.4]
720 [3.7]
772 [3.9]
823 [4.2]
874 [4.4]
Noise Level ➃
(dbA)
20
25
25
25
30
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Accessories
RJNL-C Series
CONCENTRIC DIFFUSER—STEP DOWN
18" x 28" [457.2 x 711.2 mm]
RXRN-AA61 (10 Ton [35.2 kW] Model)
For Use With Downflow Transition (RXMC-CE05)
and 18" x 28" [457.2 x 711.2 mm]
Supply and Return Ducts
■
All aluminum diffuser with aluminum
return air eggcrate.
■
Built-in anti-sweat gasket.
■
Molded fiberglass supports.
■
Built-in hanging supports.
■
Diffuser box constructed of sheetmetal
insulated with 1" [25.4 mm] 1.5 lbs.
[.7 kg] duct liner.
■
Double deflection diffuser with the
blades secured by spring steel.
Illustration
ADS-7951-08A
Illustration
ADS-7951-08B
Illustration
ADS-7951-08C
ENGINEERING DATA➀
Model No.
RXRN-AA61
Flow Rate
CFM [L/s]
3600 [1699]
3800 [1793]
4000 [1888]
4200 [1982]
4400 [2076]
Static Pressure
in w.c. [kPa]
0.17 [0.042]
0.18 [0.045]
0.21 [0.052]
0.24 [0.060]
0.27 [0.067]
Throw ➁ ➂
Feet [m]
25-33 [7.6-10.1]
27-35 [8.2-10.7]
29-37 [8.8-11.3]
32-40 [9.8-12.2]
34-42 [10.4-12.8]
Neck Velocity
fpm [m/s]
851 [4.3]
898 [4.6]
946 [4.8]
993 [5.0]
1040 [5.3]
Noise Level ➃
(dbA)
30
30
30
30
30
NOTES: ➀ All data is based on the air diffusion council guidelines.
➁ Throw data is based on 75 FPM Terminal Velocities using isothermal air.
➂ Throw is based on diffuser blades being directed in a straight pattern.
➃ Actual noise levels may vary due to duct design and do not include transmitted unit noise.
Adequate duct attenuation must be provided to reduce sound output from the unit.
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Accessories
RJNL-C Series
FLUSH MOUNT CONCENTRIC DIFFUSER—FLUSH
RXRN-FA75 (7.5 Ton [26.4 kW] Models)
For Use With Downflow Transition (RXMC-CD04)
and 20" [508 mm] Round Supply and Return Ducts
■
All aluminum diffuser with aluminum
return air eggcrate.
■
Built-in anti-sweat gasket.
■
Molded fiberglass supports.
■
Built-in hanging supports.
■
Diffuser box constructed of
sheetmetal insulated with
1" [25.4 mm] 1.5 lbs.
[.7 kg] duct liner.
Illustration
ADS-5348-04
ENGINEERING DATA➀
Model No.
RXRN-FA75
Flow Rate
CFM [L/s]
2600 [1227]
2800 [1321]
3000 [1416]
3200 [1510]
3400 [1604]
Static Pressure
in. w.c. [kPa]
.17 [0.042]
.20 [0.050]
.25 [0.062]
.31 [0.077]
.37 [0.092]
Throw ➁ ➂
Feet [m]
19-24 [5.8-7.3]
20-28 [6.1-8.5]
21-29 [6.4-8.8]
22-29 [6.7-8.8]
22-30 [6.7-9.1]
NOTES: ➀ All data is based on the air diffusion council guidelines.
➁ Throw data is based on 75 FPM Terminal Velocities using isothermal air.
➂ Throw is based on diffuser blades being directed in a straight pattern.
➃ Actual noise levels may vary due to duct design and do not include transmitted unit noise.
Adequate duct attenuation must be provided to reduce sound output from the unit.
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Neck Velocity
fpm [m/s]
663 [3.4]
714 [3.6]
765 [3.9]
816 [4.1]
867 [4.4]
Noise Level ➃
(dbA)
30
35
35
40
40
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Accessories
RJNL-C Series
CONCENTRIC DIFFUSER—FLUSH
and 18" x 28" [457.2 x 711.2 mm]
RXRN-AA71 (10 Ton [35.2 kW] Model)
For Use With Downflow Transition (RXMC-CE05)
and 18" x 28" [457.2 x 711.2 mm]
Supply and Return Ducts
■
All aluminum diffuser with aluminum
return air eggcrate.
■
Built-in anti-sweat gasket.
■
Molded fiberglass supports.
■
Built-in hanging supports.
■
Diffuser box constructed of sheetmetal
insulated with 1" [25.4 mm] 1.5 lbs.
[.7 kg] duct liner.
Illustration
ADS-7951-06A
Illustration
ADS-7951-06B
Illustration
ADS-7951-06C
ENGINEERING DATA➀
Model No.
RXRN-AA71
Flow Rate
CFM [L/s]
3600 [1699]
3800 [1793]
4000 [1888]
4200 [1982]
4400 [2076]
Static Pressure
in w.c. [kPa]
0.17 [0.042]
0.18 [0.045]
0.21 [0.052]
0.24 [0.060]
0.27 [0.067]
Throw ➁ ➂
Feet [m]
22-29 [6.7-8.8]
22-30 [6.7-9.1]
24-33 [7.3-10.1]
26-35 [7.9-10.7]
28-37 [8.5-11.3]
Neck Velocity
fpm [m/s]
844 [4.3]
891 [4.5]
938 [4.8]
985 [5.0]
1032 [5.2]
Noise Level ➃
(dbA)
35
40
40
40
40
NOTES: ➀ All data is based on the air diffusion council guidelines.
➁ Throw data is based on 75 FPM Terminal Velocities using isothermal air.
➂ Throw is based on diffuser blades being directed in a straight pattern.
➃ Actual noise levels may vary due to duct design and do not include transmitted unit noise.
Adequate duct attenuation must be provided to reduce sound output from the unit.
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Mechanical Specificaitons
RJNL-C Series
Guide Specifications – RJNL-C090 thru C120
You may copy this document directly into your building specification. This specification is written to comply with the 2004 version of the
“master format” as published by the Construction Specification Institute. www.csinet.org.
ROOFTOP PACKAGED HEAT PUMP
HVAC Guide Specifications
Size Range: 7.5 to 10 Nominal Tons
Description
Section
23 06 80
Schedules for Decentralized HVAC Equipment
23 06 80.13
Decentralized Unitary HVAC Equipment Schedule
23 06 80.13.A. Rooftop unit schedule
1. Schedule is per the project specification requirements.
23 07 16 HVAC Equipment Insulation
23 07 16.13
Decentralized, Rooftop Units:
1. Interior cabinet surfaces shall be insulated with a minimum 3/4-in. thick, minimum 1-1/2 lb density, flexible fiberglass insulation bonded with a phenolic binder, with aluminum foil facing on the air side.
2. Insulation and adhesive shall meet NFPA 90A requirements for flame spread and smoke generation.
23 09 13
Instrumentation and Control Devices for HVAC
23 09 13.23
Sensors and Transmitters
23 09 13.23.A. Thermostats
1. Thermostat must
a. have capability to energize 2 different stages of cooling, and 2 different stages of heating and a reversing valve output.
b. must include capability for occupancy scheduling.
23 09 23
Direct-digital Control system for HVAC
23 09 23.13
Decentralized, Rooftop Units:
23 09 23.13.A. RTU-C controller
1. Shall be ASHRAE 62-2001 compliant.
2. Shall accept 18-32VAC input power.
3. Shall have an operating temperature range from -40°F (-40°C) to 158°F (70°C), 10% - 95% RH (non-condensing).
4. Controller shall accept the following inputs: space temperature, setpoint adjustment, outdoor air temperature, indoor air quality, outdoor air enthalpy, fire shutdown, return air enthalpy, fan status, remote time clock/door switch.
5. Shall accept a CO2 sensor in the conditioned space, and be Demand Control Ventilation (DCV) ready.
6. Shall provide the following outputs: Economizer, fan, cooling stage 1, cooling stage 2, heat stage 1, heat stage 2, heat stage
3/ exhaust/ reversing valve/ occupied.
7. Unit shall provide surge protection for the controller through a circuit breaker.
8. Shall have a field installed communication card allowing the unit to be Internet capable, and communicate at a Baud rate of
19.2K or faster
9. Shall have an LED display independently showing the status of activity on the communication bus, and processor operation.
10. Shall have either a field installed BACnet® plug-in communication card which includes an EIA-485 protocol communication
port, or a field installed LonWorks™ plug-in communications card.
11. Software upgrades will be accomplished by local download. Software upgrades through chip replacements are not allowed.
12. Shall be shock resistant in all planes to 5G peak, 11ms during operation, and 100G peak, 11ms during storage.
13. Shall be vibration resistant in all planes to 1.5G @ 20-300 Hz.
14. Shall support a bus length of 4000 ft max, 60 devices per 1000 ft section, and 1 RS-485 repeater per 1000 ft sections.
23 09 23.13.B. Open protocol, direct digital controller:
1. Shall be ASHRAE 62-2001 compliant.
2. Shall accept 18-30VAC, 50-60Hz, and consumer 15VA or less power.
3. Shall have an operating temperature range from -40°F (-40°C) to 130°F (54°C), 10% - 90% RH (non-condensing).
4. Shall have either a field installed BACnet® plug-in communication card which includes an EIA-485 protocol communication
port, or a field installed LonWorks™ plug-in communications card.
5. The BACnet® plug in communication card shall include built-in protocol for BACNET (MS/TP and PTP modes)
6. The LonWorks™ plug in communication card shall include the Echelon processor required for all Lon applications.
7. Shall allow access of up to 62 network variables (SNVT). Shall be compatible with all open controllers
8. Baud rate Controller shall be selectable through the EIA-485 protocol communication port.
9. Shall have an LED display independently showing the status of serial communication, running, errors, power, all digital outputs, and all analog inputs.
10. Shall accept the following inputs: space temperature, setpoint adjustment, outdoor air temperature, indoor air quality, outdoor
air enthalpy, compressor lock-out, fire shutdown, enthalpy switch, and fan status/filter status/ humidity/ remote occupancy.
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11. Shall provide the following outputs: economizer, fan, cooling stage 1, cooling stage 2, heat stage 1, heat stage 2, heat stage
3/ exhaust/ reversing valve.
12. Software upgrades will be accomplished by either local or remote download. No software upgrades through chip replacements are allowed.
23 09 33
Electric and Electronic Control System for HVAC
23 09 33.13
Decentralized, Rooftop Units:
23 09 33.13.A. General:
1. Shall be complete with self-contained low-voltage control circuit protected by a resettable circuit breaker on the 24-v transformer side. Transformer shall have 100VA capabilities.
2. Shall utilize color-coded wiring.
3. Shall include a central control terminal board to conveniently and safely provide connection points for vital control functions
such as: smoke detectors, phase monitor, economizer, thermostat, DDC control options, loss of charge, freeze sensor, high
pressure switches.
4. Unit shall include a minimum of one 10-pin screw terminal connection board for connection of control wiring.
5. Shall include integrated defrost system to prevent excessive frost accumulation during heating duty, and shall be controlled as
follows:
a. Defrost shall be initiated on the basis of Demand Defrost.
b. The need for a defrost cycle is determined by one of two factors: Time or Frost Detection.
c. Should six hours of compressor run time elapse without a defrost cycle and the coil temperature is below the frost accumulation temperature, a defrost cycle will be initiated.
d. The control shall be capable of detecting frost accumulation on the outdoor coil and initiate a defrost cycle when the Dry
Coil Delta T + the Coil Temperature Dependant Variable (10 degrees of degradation) is sensed.
e. As the ambient temperature changes, the ambient change will be used to adjust the detection of frost accumulation.
23 09 33.23.B. Safeties:
1. Compressor over-temperature, over current.
2. Loss of charge switch.
a. Units with 2 compressors shall have different colored wires for the circuit 1 and circuit 2 low and high pressure switches.
b. Loss of charge switch shall use different color wire than the high pressure switch. The purpose is to assist the installer and
service technician to correctly wire and or troubleshoot the rooftop unit.
c. Loss of charge switch shall have a different sized connector than the high pressure switch. They shall physically prevent the
cross-wiring of the safety switches between the high and low pressure side of the system.
3. High-pressure switch.
a. Units with 2 compressors shall have different colored wires for the circuit 1 and circuit 2 low and high pressure switches.
b. High pressure switch shall use different color wire than the low pressure switch. The purpose is to assist the installer and
service person to correctly wire and or troubleshoot the rooftop unit.
c. High pressure switch shall have a different sized connector than the loss of charge switch. They shall physically prevent the
cross-wiring of the safety switches between the high and low pressure side of the system.
4. Freeze protection sensor, evaporator coil.
5. Automatic reset, motor thermal overload protector.
23 09 93
Sequence of Operations for HVAC Controls
23 09 93.13
Decentralized, Rooftop Units:
23 09 93.13
INSERT SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
23 40 13
Panel Air Filters
23 40 13.13
Decentralized, Rooftop Units:
23 40 13.13.A. Standard filter section shall
1. Shall consist of factory-installed, low velocity, throwaway 2-in. thick fiberglass filters of commercially available sizes.
2. Filters shall be accessible through an access panel as described in the unit cabinet section of this specification (23 81 19.13.H).
23 81 19
Self-Contained Air Conditioners
23 81 19.13
Small-Capacity Self-Contained Air Conditioners
23 81 19.13.A. General
1. Outdoor, rooftop mounted, electrically controlled, heating and cooling unit utilizing a(n) hermetic scroll compressor(s) for cooling duty and heat pump for heating duty.
2. Factory assembled, single-piece heating and cooling rooftop unit. Contained within the unit enclosure shall be all factory
wiring, piping, controls, and special features required prior to field start-up.
3. Unit shall use environmentally sound R-410a refrigerant.
4. Unit shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
5. Unit must be selected and installed in compliance with local, state, and federal codes.
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23 81 19.13.B. Quality Assurance
1. Unit meets ASHRAE 90.1-2004 minimum efficiency requirements.
2. 3 phase units are Energy Star qualified.
3. Unit shall be rated in accordance with AHRI Standards 210/240 and 340/360.
4. Unit shall be designed to conform to ASHRAE 15, 2001.
5. Unit shall be UL-tested and certified in accordance with ANSI Z21.47 Standards and UL-listed and certified under Canadian
standards as a total package for safety requirements.
6. Insulation and adhesive shall meet NFPA 90A requirements for flame spread and smoke generation.
7. Unit casing shall be capable of withstanding 500-hour salt spray exposure per ASTM B117 (scribed specimen).
8. Unit casing shall be capable of withstanding Federal Test Method Standard No. 141 (Method 6061) 5000-hour salt spray.
9. Unit shall be designed in accordance with ISO 9001:2000, and shall be manufactured in a facility registered by ISO 9001:2000.
10. Roof curb shall be designed to conform to NRCA Standards.
11. Unit shall be subjected to a completely automated run test on the assembly line. The data for each unit will be stored at the
factory, and must be available upon request.
12. Unit shall be designed in accordance with UL Standard 1995, including tested to withstand rain.
13. Unit shall be constructed to prevent intrusion of snow and tested to prevent snow intrusion into the control box up to 40 mph.
23 81 19.13.C. Delivery, Storage, and Handling
1. Unit shall be stored and handled per manufacturer’s recommendations.
2. Lifted by crane requires either shipping top panel or spreader bars.
3. Unit shall only be stored or positioned in the upright position.
23 81 19.13.E. Project Conditions
1. As specified in the contract.
23 81 19.13.F. Operating Characteristics
1. Unit shall be capable of starting and running at 115°F (46°C) ambient outdoor temperature, meeting maximum load criteria of
AHRI Standard 210/240 or 340/360 at ± 10% voltage.
2. Compressor with standard controls shall be capable of operation from 40°F (4°C) , ambient outdoor temperatures. Accessory
low ambient kit is necessary if mechanically cooling at ambient temperatures below 40°F (4°C).
3. Unit shall be capable of simultaneous heating duty and defrost cycle operation when using accessory electric heaters.
4. Unit shall discharge supply air vertically or horizontally as shown on contract drawings.
5. Unit shall be factory configured for vertical supply & return configurations.
6. Unit shall be field convertible from vertical to horizontal configuration.
23 81 19.13.G. Electrical Requirements
1. Main power supply voltage, phase, and frequency must match those required by the manufacturer.
23 81 19.13.H. Unit Cabinet
1. Unit cabinet shall be constructed of galvanized steel, and shall be bonderized and coated with a baked enamel finish on all
externally exposed surfaces.
2. Unit cabinet exterior paint shall be: film thickness, (dry) 0.003 inches minimum, gloss (per ASTM D523, 60°F): 60, Hardness:
H-2H Pencil hardness.
3. Evaporator fan compartment interior cabinet insulation shall conform to AHRI Standards 210/240 or 340/360 minimum exterior sweat criteria. Interior surfaces shall be insulated with a minimum 3/4-in. thick, 1 lb density, flexible fiberglass insulation,
aluminum foil-faced on the air side.
4. Base of unit shall have locations for thru-the-base electrical connections (factory installed or field installed), standard.
5. Base Rail
a. Unit shall have base rails on all sides.
b. Holes shall be provided in the base rails for rigging shackles to facilitate maneuvering and overhead rigging.
c. Holes shall be provided in the base rail for moving the rooftop by fork truck.
d. Base rail shall be a minimum of 14 gauge thickness.
6. Condensate pan and connections:
a. Shall be a sloped condensate drain pan made of a non-corrosive material.
b.Shall comply with ASHRAE Standard 62.
c. Shall use a 1” -11 1/2 NPT drain connection, through the side of the drain pan. Connection shall be made per manufacturer’s recommendations.
7. Top panel:
a. Indoor section shall be a single piece top panel.
8. Electrical Connections
a. All unit power wiring shall enter unit cabinet at a single, factory-prepared, knockout location.
b. Thru-the-base capability
(1.) Standard unit shall have a thru-the-base electrical location(s) using a raised, embossed portion of the unit basepan.
(2.) No basepan penetration, other than those authorized by the manufacturer, is permitted.
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9. Component access panels (standard)
a. Cabinet panels shall be easily removable for servicing.
b. Stainless steel metal hinges are standard on all doors.
c. Panels covering control box, indoor fan, indoor fan motor, and electric or gas heater components (where applicable), shall
have 1/4 turn latches.
23 81 19.13.J. Coils
1. Standard Aluminum/Copper Coils: on all models.
a. Standard evaporator and condenser coils shall have aluminum lanced plate fins mechanically bonded to seamless internally
grooved copper tubes with all joints brazed.
b. Evaporator and Condenser coils shall be leak tested to 150 psig, pressure tested to 550 psig, and qualified to UL 1995 burst
test at 2,200 psig.
23 81 19.13.K. Refrigerant Components
1. Refrigerant circuit shall include the following control, safety, and maintenance features:
a. Thermal Expansion Valve (TXV) with venturi type distributor.
b. Refrigerant filter drier.
c. External service gauge connections to unit suction and discharge lines.
2. Compressors
a. Unit shall use one fully hermetic, scroll compressor for each independent refrigeration circuit.
b. Compressor motors shall be cooled by refrigerant gas passing through motor windings.
d. Compressors shall be internally protected from high discharge temperature conditions.
e. Compressors shall be protected from an over-temperature and over-amperage conditions by an internal, motor overload
device.
f. Compressor shall be factory mounted on rubber grommets.
g. Compressor motors shall have internal line break thermal, current overload and high pressure differential protection.
h. Crankcase heaters shall be utilized on all models to protect compressor with specific refrigerant charge.
23 81 19.13.L. Filter Section
1. Filters access is specified in the unit cabinet section of this specification.
2. Filters shall be held in place by a sliding filter tray, facilitating easy removal and installation.
3. Shall consist of factory-installed, low velocity, throw-away 2-in. thick fiberglass filters.
4. Filters shall be standard, commercially available sizes.
5. Filter face velocity shall not exceed 365 fpm at nominal airflows.
23 81 19.13.M. Evaporator Fan and Motor
1. Evaporator fan motor:
a. Shall have permanently lubricated bearings.
b. Shall have inherent automatic-reset thermal overload protection or circuit breaker.
c. Shall have a maximum continuous bhp rating for continuous duty operation; no safety factors above that rating shall be
required.
2. Belt-driven Evaporator Fan:
a. Belt drive shall include an adjustable-pitch motor pulley.
b. Shall use sealed, permanently lubricated ball-bearing type.
c. Blower fan shall be double-inlet type with forward-curved blades.
d. Shall be constructed from steel with a corrosion resistant finish and dynamically balanced.
23 81 19.13.N. Condenser Fans and Motors
1. Condenser fan motors:
a. Shall be a totally enclosed motor.
b. Shall use permanently lubricated bearings.
c. Shall have inherent thermal overload protection with an automatic reset feature.
d. Shall use a shaft-down design. Shaft-up designs including those with “rain-slinger devices” shall not be allowed.
2. Condenser Fans:
a. Shall be a direct-driven propeller type fan.
b. Shall have aluminum blades riveted to corrosion-resistant steel spiders and shall be dynamically balanced.
23 81 19.13.O. Special Features, Options and Accessories
1. Integrated Economizers:
a. Integrated, gear-driven parallel modulating blade design type capable of simultaneous economizer and compressor
operation.
b. Independent modules for vertical or horizontal return configurations shall be available. Vertical return modules shall be
available as a factory installed option.
c. Damper blades shall be galvanized steel with metal gears. Plastic or composite blades on intake or return shall not be
acceptable.
d. Shall include all hardware and controls to provide free cooling with outdoor air when temperature and/or humidity are below
setpoints.
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e. Shall be equipped with gear driven dampers for both the outdoor ventilation air and the return air for positive air stream
control.
f. Shall be capable of introducing up to 100% outdoor air.
g. Shall be equipped with a barometric relief damper capable of relieving up to 100% return air.
h. Shall be designed to close damper(s) during loss-of-power situations with spring return built into motor.
i. An outdoor single enthalpy sensor shall be provided as standard. Outdoor air sensor setpoint shall be adjustable and shall
range from the enthalpy equivalent of 63°F @ 50% rh to 73°F @ 50% rh. Additional sensor options shall be available as
accessories.
j. The economizer controller shall also provide control of an accessory power exhaust unit function. Factory set at 70%, with a
range of 0% to 100%.
k. The economizer shall maintain minimum airflow into the building during occupied period and provide design ventilation rate
for full occupancy. A remote potentiometer may be used to override the damper setpoint.
l. Dampers shall be completely closed when the unit is in the unoccupied mode.
m.Economizer controller shall accept a 2-10Vdc CO2 sensor input for IAQ/DCV control. In this mode, dampers shall modulate
the outdoor-air damper to provide ventilation based on the sensor input.
n. Compressor lockout sensor on the unit controller is factory set at 35°F and is adjustable from 30°F (-1°C) to 50°F (10°C) and
resets the cooling lockout at 5°F (+2.7°C) above the set point.
o. Actuator shall be direct coupled to economizer gear. No linkage arms or control rods shall be acceptable.
p. Economizer controller shall provide indications when in free cooling mode, in the DCV mode, or the exhaust fan contact is
closed.
q. Economizer wire harness will have provision for smoke detector.
2. Two-Position Motorized Damper
a. Damper shall be a Two-Position Motorized Damper. Damper travel shall be from the full closed position to the field
adjustable %-open setpoint.
b. Damper shall include adjustable damper travel from 25% to 100% (full open).
c. Damper shall include single or dual blade, gear driven dampers and actuator motor.
d. Actuator shall be direct coupled to damper gear. No linkage arms or control rods shall be acceptable.
e. Damper will admit up to 100% outdoor air for applicable rooftop units.
f. Damper shall close upon indoor (evaporator) fan shutoff and/or loss of power.
g. The damper actuator shall plug into the rooftop unit’s wiring harness plug. No hard wiring shall be required.
h. Outside air hood shall include aluminum water entrainment filter
3. Manual damper
a. Manual damper package shall consist of damper, air inlet screen, and rain hood which can be preset to admit up to 50%
outdoor air for year round ventilation.
4. Head Pressure Control Package
a. Controller shall control coil head pressure by condenser-fan cycling.
5. Condenser Coil Hail Guard Assembly
a. Shall protect against damage from hail.
b. Shall be louvered design.
6. Convenience Outlet:
a. Non-Powered convenience outlet.
(1.) Outlet shall be powered from a separate 115-120v power source.
(2.) A transformer shall not be included.
(3.) Outlet shall be factory-installed and internally mounted with easily accessible 115-v female receptacle.
(4.) Outlet shall include 15 amp GFI receptacles.
(5.) Outlet shall be accessible from outside the unit.
7. Fan/Filter Status Switch:
a. Switch shall provide status of indoor evaporator fan (ON/OFF) or filter (CLEAN/DIRTY).
b. Status shall be displayed either over communication bus (when used with direct digital controls) or through the controller
LCD display inside the unit control box.
8. Propeller Power Exhaust:
a. Power exhaust shall be used in conjunction with an integrated economizer.
b. Independent modules for vertical or horizontal return configurations shall be available.
c. Horizontal power exhaust is shall be mounted in return ductwork.
d. Power exhaust shall be controlled by economizer controller operation. Exhaust fans shall be energized when dampers open
past the 0-100% adjustable setpoint on the economizer control.
9. Roof Curbs (Vertical):
a. Full perimeter roof curb with exhaust capability providing separate air streams for energy recovery from the exhaust air
without supply air contamination.
b. Formed galvanized steel with wood nailer strip and shall be capable of supporting entire unit weight.
c. Permits installation and securing of ductwork to curb prior to mounting unit on the curb.
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10. High-Static Indoor Fan Motor(s) and Drive(s):
a. High-static motor(s) and drive(s) shall be factory-installed to provide additional performance range.
11. Outdoor Air Enthalpy Sensor:
a. The outdoor air enthalpy sensor shall be used to provide single enthalpy control. When used in conjunction with a return air
enthalpy sensor, the unit will provide differential enthalpy control. The sensor allows the unit to determine if outside air is
suitable for free cooling.
13. Return Air Enthalpy Sensor:
a. The return air enthalpy sensor shall be used in conjunction with an outdoor air enthalpy sensor to provide differential
enthalpy control.
14. Indoor Air Quality (CO2) Sensor:
a. Shall be able to provide demand ventilation indoor air quality (IAQ) control.
b. The IAQ sensor shall be available in wall mount with LED display. The setpoint shall have adjustment capability.
15. Smoke detectors:
a. Shall be a Four-Wire Controller and Detector.
b. Shall be environmental compensated with differential sensing for reliable, stable, and drift-free sensitivity.
c. Shall use magnet-activated test/reset sensor switches.
d. Shall have a recessed momentary switch for testing and resetting the detector.
e. Controller shall include:
(1.) One set of normally open alarm initiation contacts for connection to an initiating device circuit on a fire alarm control
panel.
(2.) Two Form-C auxiliary alarm relays for interface with rooftop unit or other equipment.
(3.) One Form-C supervision (trouble) relay to control the operation of the Trouble LED on a remote test/reset station.
(4.) Capable of direct connection to two individual detector modules.
(5.) Can be wired to up to 14 other duct smoke detectors for multiple fan shutdown applications.
16. Electric Heat:
a. Heating Section
(1.) Heater element open coil resistance wire, nickel-chrome alloy, strung through ceramic insulators mounted on metal
frame. Coil ends are staked and welded to terminal screw slots.
(2.) Heater assemblies are provided with integral fusing for protection of internal heater circuits not exceeding 48 amps
each. Auto reset thermo limit controls, magnetic heater contactors (24 v coil) and terminal block all mounted in electric
heater control box (minimum 18 ga galvanized steel) attached to end of heater assembly.
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Limited Warranty
RJNL-C Series
BEFORE PURCHASING THIS APPLIANCE, READ IMPORTANT ENERGY COST AND EFFICIENCY INFORMATION AVAILABLE FROM
YOUR RETAILER.
GENERAL TERMS OF LIMITED WARRANTY*
Rheem will furnish a replacement for any part of this product
which fails in normal use and service within the applicable
periods stated, in accordance with the terms of the limited
warranty.
*For complete details of the Limited and Conditional Warranties, including
applicable terms and conditions, contact your local contractor or the
Manufacturer for a copy of the product warranty certificate.
Conditional Parts (Registration Required)
1 Phase, Residential Applications ..................Ten (10) Years
Compressor
1 Phase, Residential Applications...................Ten (10) Years
1 & 3 Phase, Commercial Applications ...........Five (5) Years
Parts
1 & 3 Phase, Commercial Applications .............One (1) Year
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