INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
PACKAGE HEAT PUMPS FEATURING
INDUSTRY STANDARD R-410A
REFRIGERANT
RQPM 14 SEER SERIES – (2 - 5 TONS)
RQNM 13 SEER SERIES – (2 - 5 TONS)
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THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE INTENDED AS AN AID TO
QUALIFIED, LICENSED SERVICE PERSONNEL FOR PROPER
INSTALLATION, ADJUSTMENT AND OPERATION OF THIS
UNIT. READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY BEFORE
ATTEMPTING INSTALLATION OR OPERATION. FAILURE TO
FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN IMPROPER
INSTALLATION, ADJUSTMENT, SERVICE OR MAINTENANCE
POSSIBLY RESULTING IN FIRE, ELECTRICAL SHOCK,
PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
VII.
VIII.
IX.
X.
XI.
XII.
XIII.
XIV.
XV.
XVI.
XVII.
XVIII.
XIX.
Safety Information .................................................................................................3
Introduction............................................................................................................4
Checking Product Received ..................................................................................7
Equipment Protection ............................................................................................7
Specifications ........................................................................................................7
Installation .............................................................................................................7
A. General .............................................................................................................7
1. Pre-Installation Check Points ........................................................................7
2. Location.........................................................................................................7
B. Outside Slab Installation ...................................................................................8
C. Clearances ........................................................................................................8
D. Rooftop Installation ...........................................................................................9
Ductwork................................................................................................................9
Filters.....................................................................................................................9
Condensate Drain, Indoor Coil ..............................................................................9
Condensate Drain, Outdoor Coil .........................................................................10
Electrical Wiring...................................................................................................10
A. Power Wiring ...................................................................................................10
B. Electric Heater Kit Instructions ........................................................................10
C. Control Wiring .................................................................................................11
D. Internal Wiring .................................................................................................11
E. Grounding .......................................................................................................11
F. Thermostat ......................................................................................................12
Indoor Air Flow Data............................................................................................12
Pre-Start Check ...................................................................................................12
Startup .................................................................................................................12
Operation.............................................................................................................13
Auxiliary Heat ......................................................................................................13
Demand Defrost Control......................................................................................14
General Data ..................................................................................................16-22
Miscellaneous
Electrical and Physical Data...........................................................................23-24
Airflow Performance .......................................................................................25-28
Electric Heater Kit...........................................................................................29-32
Wiring Diagram...............................................................................................33-38
Charge Charts ................................................................................................39-45
Installation instructions are updated on a regular basis. This is done as product
changes occur or if new information becomes available. In this publication, an arrow ()
denotes changes from the previous edition or additional new material.
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I. SAFETY INFORMATION
! WARNING
THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE INTENDED AS AN AID TO QUALIFIED, LICENSED
SERVICE PERSONNEL FOR PROPER INSTALLATION, ADJUSTMENT AND OPERATION OF THIS UNIT. READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY BEFORE
ATTEMPTING INSTALLATION OR OPERATION. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE
INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN IMPROPER INSTALLATION, ADJUSTMENT,
SERIVICE OR MAINTENANCE POSSIBLY RESULTING IN FIRE, ELECTRICAL
SHOCK, PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
! WARNING
PROPOSITION 65: THIS APPLIANCE CONTAINS FIBERGLASS INSULATION.
RESPIRABLE PARTICLES OF FIBERGLASS ARE KNOWN TO THE STATE OF
CALIFORNIA TO CAUSE CANCER.
! WARNING
THE MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER ANY DAMAGE OR
DEFECT TO THE HEAT PUMP CAUSED BY THE ATTACHMENT OR USE OF ANY
COMPONENTS, ACCESSORIES OR DEVICES (OTHER THAN THOSE AUTHORIZED BY THE MANUFACTURER) INTO, ONTO OR IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE
HEAT PUMP. YOU SHOULD BE AWARE THAT THE USE OF UNAUTHORIZED
COMPONENTS, ACCESSORIES OR DEVICES MAY ADVERSELY AFFECT THE
OPERATION OF THE HEAT PUMP AND MAY ALSO ENDANGER LIFE AND PROPERTY. THE MANUFACTURER DISCLAIMS ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR SUCH
LOSS OR INJURY RESULTING FROM THE USE OF SUCH UNAUTHORIZED COMPONENTS, ACCESSORIES OR DEVICES.
! WARNING
DISCONNECT ALL POWER TO THE UNIT BEFORE STARTING MAINTENANCE.
FAILURE TO DO SO CAN RESULT IN SEVERE ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR
DEATH.
! WARNING
DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, CONNECT RETURN DUCTWORK TO
ANY OTHER HEAT PRODUCING DEVICE SUCH AS A FIREPLACE INSERT,
STOVE, ETC. UNAUTHORIZED USE OF SUCH DEVICES MAY RESULT IN FIRE,
CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING, EXPLOSION, PROPERTY DAMAGE,
SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
! WARNING
TURN OFF ELECTRIC POWER AT THE FUSE BOX OR SERVICE PANEL BEFORE
MAKING ANY ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS.
ALSO, THE GROUND CONNECTION MUST BE COMPLETED BEFORE MAKING
LINE VOLTAGE CONNECTIONS. FAILURE TO DO SO CAN RESULT IN ELECTRICAL SHOCK, SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
! WARNING
THE UNIT MUST BE PERMANENTLY GROUNDED. A GROUNDING LUG IS PROVIDED. FAILURE TO GROUND THIS UNIT CAN RESULT IN FIRE OR ELECTRICAL SHOCK CAUSING PROPERTY DAMAGE, SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY OR
DEATH.
! WARNING
ONLY ELECTRIC HEATER KITS SUPPLIED BY THIS MANUFACTURER AS
DESCRIBED IN THIS PUBLICATION HAVE BEEN DESIGNED, TESTED, AND
EVALUATED BY A NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED SAFETY TESTING AGENCY
FOR USE WITH THIS UNIT. USE OF ANY OTHER MANUFACTURED ELECTRIC
HEATERS INSTALLED WITHIN THIS UNIT MAY CAUSE HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS RESULTING IN PROPERTY DAMAGE, FIRE, BODILY INJURY OR DEATH.
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II. INTRODUCTION
! WARNING
PROPOSITION 65: THIS APPLIANCE
CONTAINS FIBERGLASS INSULATION. RESPIRABLE PARTICLES OF
FIBERGLASS ARE KNOWN TO THE
STATE OF CALIFORNIA TO CAUSE
CANCER.
This booklet contains the installation and operating instructions for your package heat
pump. There are a few precautions that should be taken to derive maximum satisfaction
from it. Improper installation can result in unsatisfactory operation or dangerous conditions.
Read this booklet and any instructions packaged with separate equipment required to
make up the system prior to installation. Give this booklet to the owner and explain its
provisions. The owner should retain this booklet for future reference.
NOTE: A load calculation must be performed to properly determine the required
heating and cooling for the structure. Also, the duct must be properly designed and
installed for proper airflow. Existiing ductwork must be inspected for proper size and
sealed system. Proper airflow is necessary for both user comfort and equipment
performance.
IMPORTANT: Proper application, installation and maintenance of this equipment is
a must if consumers are to receive the full benefit for which they have paid.
A. R-410A REFRIGERANT
! WARNING
THE MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER ANY DAMAGE OR DEFECT TO THE HEAT
PUMP CAUSED BY THE ATTACHMENT OR USE OF ANY COMPONENTS,
ACCESSORIES
OR
DEVICES (OTHER THAN THOSE
AUTHORIZED BY THE MANUFACTURER) INTO, ONTO OR IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE HEAT PUMP.
YOU SHOULD BE AWARE THAT THE
USE OF UNAUTHORIZED COMPONENTS,
ACCESSORIES
OR
DEVICES MAY ADVERSELY AFFECT
THE OPERATION OF THE HEAT
PUMP AND MAY ALSO ENDANGER
LIFE AND PROPERTY. THE MANUFACTURER
DISCLAIMS
ANY
RESPONSIBILITY FOR SUCH LOSS
OR INJURY RESULTING FROM THE
USE OF SUCH UNAUTHORIZED
COMPONENTS, ACCESSORIES OR
DEVICES.
All units are factory charged with R-410A refrigerant.
1. Specification of R-410A:
Application: R-410A is not a drop-in replacement for R-22; equipment designs must
accommodate its higher pressures. It cannot be retrofitted into R-22 units.
Pressure: The pressure of R-410A is approximately 60% (1.6 times) greater than R-22.
Recovery and recycle equipment, pumps, hoses and the like need to have design pressure ratings appropriate for R-410A. Manifold sets need to range up to 800 psig highside and 250 psig low-side with a 550 psig low-side retard. Hoses need to have a service pressure rating of 800 psig. Recovery cylinders need to have a 400 psig service
pressure rating. DOT 4BA400 or DOT BW400.
Combustibility: At pressures above 1 atmosphere, mixture of R-410A and air can
become combustible. R-410A and air should never be mixed in tanks or supply lines, or
be allowed to accumulate in storage tanks. Leak checking should never be done with a
mixture of R-410A and air. Leak checking can be performed safely with nitrogen or a
mixture of R-410A and nitrogen.
2. Quick Reference Guide For R-410A
• R-410A refrigerant operates at approximately 60% higher pressure (1.6 times) than R22. Ensure that servicing equipment is designed to operate with R-410A.
• R-410A refrigerant cylinders are pink.
• R-410A, as with other HFC’s is only compatible with POE oils.
• Vacuum pumps will not remove moisture from POE oil.
• R-410A systems are to be charged with liquid refrigerants. Prior to March 1999, R410A refrigerant cylinders had a dip tube. These cylinders should be kept upright for
equipment charging. Post March 1999 cylinders do not have a dip tube and should be
inverted to ensure liquid charging of the equipment.
• Do not install a suction line filter drier in the liquid line.
• A liquid line filter drier is standard on every unit.
• Desiccant (drying agent) must be compatible for POE oils and R-410A.
3. Evaporator Coil / TXV
The thermostatic expansion valve is specifically designed to operate with R-410A. DO
NOT use an R-22 TXV. The existing evaporator must be replaced with the factory
specified TXV evaporator specifically designed for R-410A.
4. Tools Required For Installing & Servicing R-410A Models
Manifold Sets:
-Up to 800 PSIG High side
-Up to 250 PSIG Low Side
-550 PSIG Low Side Retard
Manifold Hoses:
-Service Pressure Rating of 800 PSIG
Recovery Cylinders:
-400 PSIG Pressure Rating
-Dept. of Transportation 4BA400 or BW400
! CAUTION
R-410A systems operate at higher pressures than R-22 systems. Do not use
R-22 service equipment or components on R-410A equipment.
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FRONT VIEW
FIGURE 1
UNIT DIMENSIONS AND ACCESS LOCATIONS
Model
Height “A”
024, 030, 036, 037
042, 043, 048, 049, 060
29 1/8”
37 1/8”
59"
[1498.6 mm]
CONDENSATE
DRAIN
PAN
ACCESS
A
CONTROL
BOX ACCESS
531/2"
[1358.9 mm]
211/16"
[266.7 mm]
31/16"
[77.7 mm]
211/16"
[266.7 mm]
BOTTOM VIEW
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
RECOMMENDED UNIT
DISCONNECT LOCATION
AUXILIARY
HIGH VOLTAGE
ENTRANCE
123/32" [43.7 mm]
LOW VOLTAGE
ENTRANCE 7/8" [22.2 mm]
313/64"
[81.2 mm]
33/4"
[95.3 mm]
721/32"
[194.3 mm]
413/32"
[111.8 mm]
PRIMARY
HIGH VOLTAGE
ENTRANCE
123/32" [43.7 mm]
59/64"
[130.5 mm]
197/8"
57/8"
[149.5 mm]
[505 mm]
31/2"
[88.9 mm]
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DUCT CONNECTIONS
14"
[355.6 mm]
DO NOT DRILL OR INSTALL SCREWS
IN THIS AREA
ROUND DUCT CONNECTIONS
14"
[355.6 mm]
SQUARE DUCT CONNECTIONS
14.00"
[355.6 mm]
/4 "
3
[19.05 mm]
14.00"
[355.6 mm]
14.00"
[355.6 mm]
/4 "
3
[19.05 mm]
14.00"
[355.6 mm]
IMPORTANT: DO NOT SCREW OR DRILL OUTSIDE THE DESIGNATED AREAS.
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III. CHECKING PRODUCT RECEIVED
Upon receiving the unit, inspect it for any damage from shipment. Claims for damage,
either shipping or concealed, should be filed immediately with the shipping company.
Check the unit model number, heating size, electrical characteristics, and accessories to
determine if they are correct.
IV. EQUIPMENT PROTECTION FROM THE
ENVIRONMENT
The metal parts of this unit may be subject to rust or deterioration in adverse environmental conditions. This oxidation could shorten the equipment’s useful life. Salt spray, fog or
mist in seacoast areas, sulphur or chlorine from lawn watering systems, and various chemical contaminants from industries such as paper mills and petroleum refineries are especially corrosive.
If the unit is to be installed in an area where contaminants are likely to be a problem, special attention should be given to the equipment location and exposure.
1. Avoid having lawn sprinkler heads spray direction on the unit cabinet.
2. In coastal areas, locate the unit on the side of the building away from the waterfront.
3. Shielding provided by a fence or shrubs may give some protection.
4. Elevating the unit off its slab or base enough to allow air circulation will help avoid
holding water against the basepan.
Regular maintenance will reduce the buildup of contaminents and help to protect the unit’s
finish.
! WARNING
DISCONNECT ALL POWER TO THE UNIT BEFORE STARTING MAINTENANCE.
FAILURE TO DO SO CAN RESULT IN SEVERE ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR
DEATH.
1. Frequent washing of the cabinet, fan blade and coil with fresh water will remove most
of the salt or other contaminants that build up on the unit.
2. Regular cleaning and waxing of the cabinet with an automobile polish will provide
some protection.
3. A liquid cleaner may be used several times a year to remove matter that will not wash
off with water.
Several different types of protective coatings are offered in some areas. These coatings
may provide some benefit, but the effectiveness of such coating materials cannot be verified by the equipment manufacturer.
The best protection is frequent cleaning, maintenance and minimal exposure to contaminants.
V.
SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for use in mobile homes, manufactured housing, and conventionally constructed
residential and commercial buildings where horizontally-ducted systems are preferred.
VI. INSTALLATION
A. GENERAL
1. PRE-INSTALLATION CHECK-POINTS
Before attempting any installation, the following points should be carefully considered:
a. Structural strength of supporting members.
(rooftop installation)
b. Clearances and provision for servicing.
c. Power supply and wiring.
d. Air duct connections.
e. Drain facilities and connections.
f. Location for minimum noise.
2. LOCATION
These units are designed for outdoor installations. They can be mounted on a
slab or rooftop. They are not to be installed within any part of a structure such as
an attic, crawl space, closet, or any other place where condenser air flow is
restricted or other than outdoor ambient conditions prevail. Since the application
of the units is of the outdoor type, it is important to consult your local code authorities at the time the first installation is made.
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FIGURE 2
FIGURE 3
PACKAGED HEAT PUMP
OUTSIDE SLAB INSTALLATION, BASEMENT OR
CRAWL SPACE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
PACKAGED HEAT PUMP
PITCHED ROOFTOP INSTALLATION, ATTIC
OR DROP CEILING DISTRIBUTING SYSTEM.
MUST BE MOUNTED LEVEL.
B. OUTSIDE SLAB INSTALLATION
(Typical outdoor slab installations are shown in Figure 2.)
1. Select a location where external water drainage cannot collect around the unit.
2. Provide a level concrete slab extending 3" beyond all four sides of the unit. The
slab should be sufficient above grade to prevent ground water from entering the
unit.
IMPORTANT: To prevent transmission of noise or vibration, slab should not be
connected to building structure.
3. The location of the unit should be such as to provide proper access for inspection
and servicing.
4. Locate unit where operating sounds will not disturb owner or neighbors.
5. Locate unit so roof runoff water does not pour directly on the unit. Provide gutter
or other shielding at roof level. Do not locate unit in an area where excessive
snow drifting may occur or accumulate.
6. It is essential that the unit be elevated above the base pad to allow for condensate drainage and possible refreezing of condensation. Provide a base pad which
is slightly pitched away from the structure. Route condensate off base pad to an
area which will not become slippery and result in personal injury.
IMPORTANT: Avoid blocking openings in bottom of unit.
7. Where snowfall is anticipated, the height of the unit above the ground level must
be considered. Mount unit high enough to be above average area snowfall and to
allow for proper condensate drainage.
IMPORTANT: Avoid blocking openings in bottom of unit.
C. CLEARANCES
The following minimum clearances must be observed for proper unit performance
and serviceability.
1. Provide 30" minimum clearance at the front and 18" on the right side of the unit
for service access. Provide 12" minimum clearance on the left side of the unit for
air inlet.
2. Provide 60" minimum clearance from top of unit.
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3. Unit is design certified for application on combustible flooring with 0" minimum
clearance.
4. See Figure 2 for illustration of minimum installation-service clearances.
D. ROOFTOP INSTALLATION
1. Before locating the unit on the roof, make sure that the strength of the roof and
beams is adequate at that point to support the weight involved. (See specification
sheet for weight of unit.) This is very important and user’s responsibility.
2. The unit should be placed on a solid and level platform of adequate strength.
IMPORTANT: Avoid blocking openings in bottom of unit. (See Figure 3).
Provision for disposal of outdoor coil defrost water runoff must be provided.
3. The location of the unit on the roof should be such as to provide proper access for
inspection and servicing.
IMPORTANT: If unit will not be put into service immediately, cover supply and return
openings to prevent excessive condensation.
VII. DUCTWORK
Ductwork should be fabricated by the installing contractor in accordance with local codes
and NFPA90A. Industry manuals may be used as a guide when sizing and designing the
duct system - contact Air Conditioning Contractors of America, 1513 16th St. N.W.,
Washington, D.C. 20036.
! WARNING
DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, CONNECT RETURN DUCTWORK TO
ANY OTHER HEAT PRODUCING DEVICE SUCH AS A FIREPLACE INSERT,
STOVE, ETC. UNAUTHORIZED USE OF SUCH DEVICES MAY RESULT IN FIRE,
CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING, EXPLOSION, PROPERTY DAMAGE,
SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
Place the unit as close to the space to be air conditioned as possible allowing clearance
dimensions as indicated. Run ducts as directly as possible to supply and return outlets.
Use of non-flammable waterproof flexible connectors on both supply and return connections at the unit to reduce noise transmission is recommended.
It is preferable to install the unit on the roof of the structure if the registers or diffusers
are located on the wall or in the ceiling. Consider a slab installation when the registers
are low on a wall or in the floor.
On ductwork exposed to outside air conditions of temperature and humidity, use a minimum of 2" of insulation and a vapor barrier. Distribution system in attic, furred space or
crawl space should be insulated with at least 2" of insulation with vapor barrier. One-half
to 1" thickness of insulation is usually sufficient for ductwork inside the air conditioned
space.
Provide balancing dampers for each branch duct in the supply system. Properly support
the ductwork from the structure.
VIII.FILTERS
Filters are not provided with this unit. They must be supplied and installed in the return
air duct by the installer. A field installed filter grille is recommended for easy and convenient access to the filters for periodic inspection and cleaning. Filters must have adequate face area for the rated air quantity of the unit. See General Database for recommended filter size.
IX. CONDENSATE DRAIN
The indoor coil condensate drain ends with a PVC stub. A trap is provided in for proper
condensate drainage and to prevent debris from being drawn into the unit. Do not connect drain to closed sewer line. It is not recommended that a PVC cement or other permanent installation be used so that the drain line and/or drain pan can be easily cleaned
in the future. The drain trap is located in the control box during shipping. To install, slide
clear plastic tube over drain pan connection. The white PVC trap can be oriented as
required by installation.
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X. CONDENSATE DRAIN, OUTDOOR COIL
The outdoor coil during heating operation will sweat or run water off. The outdoor coil will
also run water off during the defrost cycle. See Section V, Installation, for mounting precautions.
FIGURE 4
REMOVABLE CONDENSATE
DRAIN PAN AND REMOVAL
PROCEDURE
A small side panel grants
access to a removable, sloped
drain pan (A), which helps to
ensure indoor air quality (IAQ)
throughout the life of the unit. A
drain trap (B) assembly
is provided for
convenience.
DRAINPAN
CLEAR PVC
CONNECTOR TUBE
PVC ELBOW
PVC TRAP
A
B
XI. ELECTRICAL WIRING
Field wiring must comply with the National Electrical Code* and applicable local codes.
*C.E.C. in Canada
A. POWER WIRING
1. It is important that proper electrical power is available at the unit. Voltage should
not vary more than 10% from that stamped on the unit rating plate. On three
phase units, phases must be balanced within 3%.
2. Install a branch circuit disconnect within sight of the unit and of adequate size to
handle the starting current. (See Heater Kit Tables.)
! WARNING
TURN OFF ELECTRIC POWER AT
THE FUSE BOX OR SERVICE PANEL
BEFORE MAKING ANY ELECTRICAL
CONNECTIONS.
ALSO, THE GROUND CONNECTION
MUST BE COMPLETED BEFORE
MAKING LINE VOLTAGE CONNECTIONS. FAILURE TO DO SO CAN
RESULT IN ELECTRICAL SHOCK,
SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY OR
DEATH.
3. For branch circuit wiring (main power supply to unit disconnect), the minimum
wire size can be determined from the National Electrical Code or Canadian
Electrical Code or nameplate or from Heater Kit Tables.
4. This unit supports both single and dual point electrical connection for unit and
electric heat accessory.
5. Power wiring must be run in grounded rain-tight conduit.
B. POWER WIRING AND ELECTRIC HEATER KIT INSTRUCTIONS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
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Turn off power to unit.
Remove control box access panel.
Remove unit indoor section top cover.
Remove wire notch cover from control bulkhead and discard. Retain screw.
Remove heater element cover plate from blower outlet opening and discard. Retain
screws.
Mount heater fuse block assembly in location indicated with the three included
screws.
Route wire harness assembly through wire notch in control bulkhead and mount element assembly in blower outlet opening with screws previously retained.
Center wire routing plate over notch in blower bulkhead and secure with screw previously retained.
Route and tie wiring as shown in Figure 5. Wiring must not contact moving parts or
uninsulated electrical connections.
Replace unit indoor top cover.
Connect power and control wiring as indicated below:
a. Single-point wiring: Connect high voltage field power leads to heater kit fuse block
and connect included unit power pigtails from heater kit fuse block to unit contac-
tor L1 and L3 connections. Connect ground lead to ground lug on heater kit fuse
block.
b. Dual-circuit wiring: Remove unit power pigtails from heater kit fuse block and discard. Connect one set of high voltage field power circuit leads to the heater kit
fuse block and connect ground lead to ground lug on heater kit fuse block.
Connect the second set of high voltage field power leads to L1 and L3 on the unit
contactor. Connect ground lead to ground lug on control box bulkhead.
c. Connect heater kit control plug to receptacle in control box.
12. Replace control box access panel.
13. Restore power to unit and verify proper unit and heater kit operation.
C. CONTROL WIRING (Class II)
1. Do not run low voltage wiring in conduit with power wiring.
2. Control wiring is routed through the 7/8" hole corner adjacent to the control box.
See Electrical Connections, Figure 1. Use a minimum #18 AWG thermostat wire.
For wire lengths exceeding 50', use #16 AWG thermostat wire. The low voltage
wires are connected to the unit pigtails which are supplied with the unit in the low
voltage connection box located within the unit control box. See Figure 5.
3. It is necessary that only heat pump thermostats be used.
4. Figure 6 shows representative low voltage connection diagrams. Read your thermostat installation instructions for any special requirements for your specific thermostat.
FIGURE 5
HEATER KIT INSTALLATION
HEATER
KIT
WIRING
RECOMMENDED
WIRING
HEATER
ELEMENTS
NOTE — Units installed in Canada require that an outdoor thermostat (30,000
min. cycles of endurance) be installed and be wired with C.E.C. Class I wiring.
D. INTERNAL WIRING
1. A diagram of the internal wiring of this unit is located on the electrical control box
cover. If any of the original wire as supplied with the appliance must be replaced,
the wire gauge and insulation must be the same as original wiring.
E. GROUNDING
! WARNING
THE UNIT MUST BE PERMANENTLY GROUNDED. A GROUNDING LUG IS PROVIDED. FAILURE TO GROUND THIS UNIT CAN RESULT IN FIRE OR ELECTRICAL SHOCK CAUSING PROPERTY DAMAGE, SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY OR
DEATH.
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F. THERMOSTAT
Mount the thermostat on an inside wall about five feet above the floor in a location
where it will not be affected by unconditioned air, sun, or drafts from open doors or
other sources. READ installation instructions in heat pump thermostat package
CAREFULLY because each has some different wiring requirements.
XII. INDOOR AIR FLOW DATA
All 208/230 volt units are equipped with multi-speed indoor blower motors. Each unit is
shipped factory wired for the proper speed at a normal external static. See Airflow
Performance Table for blower performance.
XIII. PRE-START CHECK
1. Is unit properly located and level?
2. Is ductwork insulated, weatherproofed, with proper spacing to combustible materials?
3. Is air free to travel to and from outdoor coil? (See Figure 1.)
FIGURE 6
VOLTAGE CONNECTIONS DIAGRAM
4. Is the wiring correct, tight, and according to unit wiring diagram?
5. Is unit grounded?
6. Are field supplied air filters in place and clean?
7. Do the outdoor fan and indoor blower turn freely without rubbing, and are they tight
on the motor shafts?
8. Is unit elevated to allow for outdoor coil condensate drainage during heating operation and defrost?
XIV.STARTUP
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Turn thermostat to “OFF,” turn “on” power supply at disconnect switch.
Turn temperature setting as high as it will go.
Turn fan switch to “ON.”
Indoor blower should run. Be sure it is running in the right direction.
Turn fan switch to “AUTO.” Turn system switch to “COOL” and turn temperature setting below room temperature. Unit should run in cooling mode.
6. Is outdoor fan operating correctly in the right direction?
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7. Is compressor running correctly.
8. Turn thermostat system switch to “HEAT.” Unit should stop. Wait 5 minutes, then
raise temperature setting to above room temperature. Unit should run in heating
mode and after about 30 to 50 seconds auxiliary heaters, if installed, should come
on.
9. Check the refrigerant charge using the instructions located on control box cover.
Replace service port caps. Service port cores are for system access only and will
leak if not tightly capped.
10 Turn thermostat system switch to proper mode “HEAT” or “COOL” and set thermostat
to proper temperature setting. Record the following after the unit has run some time.
A. Operating Mode _______________________________
B. Discharge Pressure (High) ___________________PSIG
C. Vapor Pressure at Compressor (Low) __________PSIG
D. Vapor Line Temperature at Compressor __________°F.
E. Indoor Dry Bulb______________________________°F.
F. Indoor Wet Bulb _____________________________°F.
G. Outdoor Dry Bulb ____________________________°F.
H. Outdoor Wet Bulb ____________________________°F.
I. Voltage at Contactor ________________________Volts
J. Current at Contactor _______________________Amps
K. Model Number_________________________________
L. Serial Number _________________________________
M.Location______________________________________
N. Owner _______________________________________
O. Date_________________________________________
11. Adjust discharge air grilles and balance system.
12. Check ducts for condensation and air leaks.
13. Check unit for tubing and sheet metal rattles.
14. Instruct the owner on operation and maintenance.
15. Leave “USE AND CARE” instructions with owner.
XV. OPERATION
Most single phase units are not equipped with start relay or start capacitor. It is important that such systems be off for a minimum of 5 minutes before restarting to allow
equalization of pressures. Do not move the thermostat to cycle unit without waiting five
minutes. To do so may cause the compressor to stop on an automatic open overload
device or blow a fuse. Poor electrical service can cause nuisance tripping in overloads
or blow fuses.
IMPORTANT: The compressor has an internal overload protector. Under some conditions, it can take up to 2 hours for this overload to reset. Make sure overload has had
time to reset before condemning the compressor.
These units may be equipped with a time delay control (TDC1). The control allows the
blower to operate for 45 to 90 seconds after the thermostat is satisfied.
XVI. AUXILIARY HEAT
The amount of auxiliary heat required depends on the heat loss of the structure to be
heated and the capacity of the heat pump. It is good practice to install strip heat to maintain at least 60°F indoor temperatures in case of compressor failure. The auxiliary heat
is energized by the first stage of the thermostat. The amount of electric heat that is
allowed to come on, as determined by the output of the heat pump, may be controlled by
an outdoor thermostat.
! WARNING
ONLY ELECTRIC HEATER KITS SUPPLIED BY THIS MANUFACTURER AS
DESCRIBED IN THIS PUBLICATION HAVE BEEN DESIGNED, TESTED, AND
EVALUATED BY A NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED SAFETY TESTING AGENCY
FOR USE WITH THIS UNIT. USE OF ANY OTHER MANUFACTURED ELECTRIC
HEATERS INSTALLED WITHIN THIS UNIT MAY CAUSE HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS RESULTING IN PROPERTY DAMAGE, FIRE, BODILY INJURY OR DEATH.
A. CONTROL SYSTEM OPERATION
1. In the cooling mode, the thermostat will, on a call for cooling, energize the compressor contactor and the indoor blower relay. The indoor blower can be operated
continuously by setting the thermostat fan switch at the “ON” position.
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2. In the heating mode, the first heat stage of the thermostat will energize one or
more supplementary resistance heaters. If required or considered desirable, the
resistance heat may also be controlled by outdoor thermostats. In the heating
mode, the thermostat will, on a call for heating, energize the indoor blower relay.
XVII. DEMAND DEFROST CONTROL AND
HIGH/LOW PRESSURE CONTROLS
The demand defrost control is a printed circuit board assembly consisting of solid
state control devices with electro-mechanical outputs. The demand defrost control
monitors the outdoor ambient temperature, outdoor coil temperature, and the compressor run-time to determine when a defrost cycle is required.
Enhanced Feature Demand Defrost Control: Has high and low pressure control
inputs with unique pressure switch logic built into the microprocessor to provide
compressor and system protection without nuisance lock-outs. Cycles the compressor off for 30 seconds at the beginning and end of the defrost cycle to eliminate the
increased compressor noise caused by rapidly changing system pressures when
the reversing valve switches. See the end of this section for diagnostic flash codes
for the two diagnostic LED’s provided on the control.
DEFROST INITIATION
A defrost will be initiated when the three conditions below are satisfied:
1) The outdoor coil temperature is below 35°F.
2) The compressor has operated for at least 34 minutes with the outdoor coil temperature below 35°F.
3) The measured difference between the ambient temperature and the outdoor
coil temperature is greater than the calculated delta T.
Additionally, a defrost will be initiated if six hours of accumulated compressor runtime has elapsed without a defrost with the outdoor coil temperature below 35°F.
DEFROST TERMINATION
Once a defrost is initiated, the defrost will continue until fourteen minutes has
elapsed or the coil temperature has reached the terminate temperature. The terminate temperature is factory set at 70°F, although the temperature can be changed
to 50°F, 60°F, 70°F or 80°F by relocating a jumper on the board.
TEMPERATURE SENSORS
The coil sensor is clipped to the outdoor coil. The air sensor is located in the outdoor coil compartment.
If the ambient sensor fails the defrost control will initiate a defrost every 34 minutes
with the coil temperature below 35°F.
If the coil sensor fails the defrost control will not initiate a defrost.
TEST MODE
The test mode is initiated by shorting the TEST pins. In this mode of operation, the
enable temperature is ignored and all timers are sped up by a factor of 240. To initiate a manual defrost, short the TEST pins. Remove the short when the system
switches to defrost mode. The defrost will terminate on time (14 minutes) or when
the termination temperature has been achieved. Short TEST pins again to terminate the defrost immediately.
TROUBLE SHOOTING DEMAND DEFROST
Set the indoor thermostat select switch to heat and initiate a call for heat.
Jumper the “test pins” to put the unit into defrost. If the unit goes into defrost and
comes back out of defrost, the indication is that the control is working properly.
If the unit did not go into defrost using the test pins, check to ensure that 24V is
being supplied to the control board. If 24V is present then replace the control.
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HIGH/LOW PRESSURE CONTROL MONITORING - ENHANCED
DEFROST CONTROL
Status of high and low pressure controls is monitored by the enhanced feature
demand defrost control and the following actions are taken.
High Pressure Control – Provides active protection in both cooling and heating
modes at all outdoor ambient temperatures. The high pressure control is an automatic reset type and opens at approximately 610 psig and closes at approximately
420 psig. The compressor and fan motor will stop when the high pressure control
opens and will start again if the high side pressure drops to approximately 420 psig
when the automatic reset high pressure control resets. If the high pressure control
opens 3 times within a particular call for heating or cooling operation, the defrost
control will lock out compressor and outdoor fan operation.
Low Pressure Control – Provides active protection in both heating and cooling
modes at all outdoor ambient temperatures. The low pressure control is an automatic reset type and opens at approximately 15 psig and closes at approximately
40 psig. Operation is slightly different between cooling and heating modes.
Cooling Mode: The compressor and fan motor will stop when the low pressure
control opens and will start again when the low side pressure rises to approximately 40 psig when the low pressure control automatically resets. If the low
pressure switch opens 3 times within a particular call for cooling operation, the
defrost control will lock out compressor and outdoor fan operation.
Heating Mode: The compressor and fan motor will stop when the low pressure
control opens and will start again when the low side pressure rises to approximately 40 psig when the low pressure control automatically resets. If the low
pressure switch trips 3 times within 120 minutes of operation during a particular
call for heating operation, the defrost control will lock out compressor and outdoor fan operation. If the lock-out due to low pressure occurs at an outdoor
ambient temperature below 5°F, the defrost control will automatically exit the
lock-out mode when the outdoor ambient temperature rises to 5°F. This feature
is necessary since the low pressure control could possibly have opened due to
the outdoor ambient being very low rather than an actual system fault.
Exiting Lock-Out Mode: To exit the lock-out mode, remove 24 volts to the defrost
control by removing power to indoor air-handler/furnace or by shorting the two
defrost control test pins together.
ENHANCED FEATURE DEFROST CONTROL DIAGNOSTIC CODES
LED 1
LED 2
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
FLASH
FLASH
OFF
FLASH
FLASH
OFF
ON
FLASH
FLASH
ON
Alternate Flashing
Control Board Status
No Power
Coil Sensor Failure
Ambient Sensor Failure
Normal
Low Pressure Lockout (short test pins to reset)
High Pressure Lockout (short test pins to reset)
Low Pressure Control Open
High Pressure Control Open
5 Minute Time Delay
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XVIII. GENERAL DATA - RQPM
NOMINAL SIZES 2-5 TONS [7-17.6 kW]
Model RQPM- Series
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]
Net System Power kW
Heating Performance [Heat Pumps]
High Temp. Btuh [kW] Rating
System Power KW / COP
Low Temp. Btuh [kW] Rating
System Power KW / COP
HSPF (Btu/Watts-hr)
Compressor
No/Type
Outdoor Sound Rating (dB)5
Outdoor Coil - Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm] OD
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
Refrigerant Control
Indoor Coil - Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm]
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
Indoor Fan - Type
No. Used/Diameter in. [mm]
Drive Type/No. Speeds
No. Motors
Motor HP
Motor RPM
Motor Frame Size
Filter - Type
Furnished
(NO.) Size Recommended in. [mm x mm x mm]
Refrigerant Charge Oz. [g]
Weights
Net Weight lbs. [kg]
Ship Weight lbs. [kg]
A024JK
A030JK
A036CK
24,000 [7.03]
12/14
800/800 [378/378]
23,600 [6.91]
18,400 [5.39]
5,200 [1.52]
2
29,400 [8.61]
12.05/14
1000/1000 [472/472]
29,000 [8.5]
23,000 [6.74]
6,000 [1.76]
2.41
36,000 [10.55]
11.6/14
1200/1200 [566/566]
35,400 [10.37]
27,600 [8.09]
7,800 [2.29]
3.05
A036JK
Continued ->
36,000 [10.55]
11.6/14
1200/1200 [566/566]
35,400 [10.37]
27,600 [8.09]
7,800 [2.29]
3.05
23,200 [6.8]
1.93/3.5
13,200 [3.87]
1.71/2.26
8
28,000 [8.2]
2.27/3.62
15,200 [4.45]
2.01/2.22
8
34,200 [10.02]
2.78/3.6
19,000 [5.57]
2.48/2.24
8
34,200 [10.02]
2.78/3.6
19,000 [5.57]
2.48/2.24
8
1/Copeland Scroll
1/Copeland Scroll
1/Copeland Scroll
1/Copeland Scroll
76
76
76
76
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
10.44 [0.97]
1 / 20 [8]
TX Valves
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
12.65 [1.18]
1 / 20 [8]
TX Valves
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
12.65 [1.18]
1 / 20 [8]
TX Valves
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
12.65 [1.18]
1 / 20 [8]
TX Valves
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
4.33 [0.4]
2 / 15 [6]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
4.33 [0.4]
3 / 13 [5]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5
4.33 [0.4]
3 / 13 [5]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
4.33 [0.4]
3 / 13 [5]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Propeller
1/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
3200 [1510]
1 at 1/3 HP
825
Propeller
1/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
3200 [1510]
1 at 1/3 HP
825
Propeller
1/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
3200 [1510]
1 at 1/3 HP
825
Propeller
1/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
3200 [1510]
1 at 1/3 HP
825
FC Centrifugal
1/10x9 [254x229]
Direct/2
1
1/2
1050
48
FC Centrifugal
1/10x9 [254x229]
Direct/2
1
1/2
1050
48
FC Centrifugal
1/10x9 [254x229]
Direct/2
1
1/2
1050
48
FC Centrifugal
1/10x9 [254x229]
Direct/2
1
1/2
1050
48
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x20x16 [25x508x406]
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x20x20 [25x508x508]
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
90 [2552]
93 [2637]
93 [2637]
93 [2637]
308 [140[
332 [151]
331 [150]
355 [161]
356 [161]
380 [172]
356 [161]
380 [172]
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 in CFM range shown in airflow tables. 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. Heating Performance is rated at 47° F ambient, 70° F entering dry bulb for High Temp rating and 17° F ambient, 70° F entering dry bulb for Low Temp rating. Performance
ratings do include the effect of fan motor heat.
4. Outdoor Sound Rating shown is tested in accordance with AHRI Standard 270.
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GENERAL DATA - RQPM
NOMINAL SIZES 2-5 TONS [7-17.6 kW]
Model RQPM- Series
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]
Net System Power kW
Heating Performance [Heat Pumps]
High Temp. Btuh [kW] Rating
System Power KW / COP
Low Temp. Btuh [kW] Rating
System Power KW / COP
HSPF (Btu/Watts-hr)
Compressor
No/Type
Outdoor Sound Rating (dB)5
Outdoor Coil - Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm] OD
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
Refrigerant Control
Indoor Coil - Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm]
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
Indoor Fan - Type
No. Used/Diameter in. [mm]
Drive Type/No. Speeds
No. Motors
Motor HP
Motor RPM
Motor Frame Size
Filter - Type
Furnished
(NO.) Size Recommended in. [mm x mm x mm]
Refrigerant Charge Oz. [g]
Weights
Net Weight lbs. [kg]
Ship Weight lbs. [kg]
A037CK
A037JK
A042CK
36,000 [10.55]
12/14
1200/1200 [566/566]
35,400 [10.37]
27,600 [8.09]
7,800 [2.29]
3.05
36,000 [10.55]
12/14
1200/1200 [566/566]
35,400 [10.37]
27,600 [8.09]
7,800 [2.29]
3.05
44,000 [12.89]
11.85/14
1400/1450 [661/684]
43,000 [12.6]
31,800 [9.32]
11,200 [3.28]
3.63
A042JK
Continued ->
44,000 [12.89]
11.85/14
1400/1450 [661/684]
43,000 [12.6]
31,800 [9.32]
11,200 [3.28]
3.63
34,200 [10.02]
2.78/3.6
19,000 [5.57]
2.48/2.24
8
34,200 [10.02]
2.78/3.6
19,000 [5.57]
2.48/2.24
8
38,500 [11.28]
3.31/3.4
21,800 [6.39]
3/2.06
8
38,500 [11.28]
3.31/3.4
21,800 [6.39]
3/2.06
8
1/Scroll
1/Scroll
1/Copeland Scroll
1/Copeland Scroll
76
76
78
78
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
12.65 [1.18]
1 / 20 [8]
TX Valves
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
12.65 [1.18]
1 / 20 [8]
TX Valves
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
16.54 [1.54]
1 / 22 [9]
TX Valves
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
16.54 [1.54]
1 / 22 [9]
TX Valves
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
4.33 [0.4]
3 / 13 [5]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
4.33 [0.4]
3 / 13 [5]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5
5.78 [0.54]
3 / 13 [5]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
5.78 [0.54]
3 / 13 [5]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Propeller
1/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
3200 [1510]
1 at 1/3 HP
850
Propeller
1/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
3200 [1510]
1 at 1/3 HP
850
Propeller
1/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
4200 [1982]
1 at 1/3 HP
1075
Propeller
1/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
4200 [1982]
1 at 1/3 HP
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/10x9 [254x229]
Direct/2
1
1/2
1050
48
FC Centrifugal
1/10x9 [254x229]
Direct/2
1
1/2
1050
48
FC Centrifugal
1/11x9 [279.4x228.6]
Direct/2
1
3/4
1050
48
FC Centrifugal
1/11x9 [279.4x228.6]
Direct/2
1
3/4
1050
48
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
93 [2637]
93 [2637]
128 [3629]
128 [3629]
356 [161]
380 [172]
356 [161]
380 [172]
408 [185]
434 [197]
408 [185]
434 [197]
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 in CFM range shown in airflow tables. 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. Heating Performance is rated at 47° F ambient, 70° F entering dry bulb for High Temp rating and 17° F ambient, 70° F entering dry bulb for Low Temp rating. Performance
ratings do include the effect of fan motor heat.
4. Outdoor Sound Rating shown is tested in accordance with AHRI Standard 270.
17
GENERAL DATA - RQPM
NOMINAL SIZES 2-5 TONS [7-17.6 kW]
Model RQPM- Series
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]
Net System Power kW
Heating Performance [Heat Pumps]
High Temp. Btuh [kW] Rating
System Power KW / COP
Low Temp. Btuh [kW] Rating
System Power KW / COP
HSPF (Btu/Watts-hr)
Compressor
No/Type
Outdoor Sound Rating (dB)5
Outdoor Coil - Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm] OD
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
Refrigerant Control
Indoor Coil - Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm]
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
Indoor Fan - Type
No. Used/Diameter in. [mm]
Drive Type/No. Speeds
No. Motors
Motor HP
Motor RPM
Motor Frame Size
Filter - Type
Furnished
(NO.) Size Recommended in. [mm x mm x mm]
Refrigerant Charge Oz. [g]
Weights
Net Weight lbs. [kg]
Ship Weight lbs. [kg]
A043CK
A043JK
A048CK
43,500 [12.75]
12/14
1400/1425 [661/672]
42,500 [12.45]
32,500 [9.52]
10,000 [2.93]
3.44
43,500 [12.75]
12/14
1400/1425 [661/672]
42,500 [12.45]
32,500 [9.52]
10,000 [2.93]
3.44
49,000 [14.36]
11.8/14
1600/1550 [755/731]
48,000 [14.06]
36,800 [10.78]
11,200 [3.28]
4
A048JK
Continued ->
49,000 [14.36]
11.8/14
1600/1550 [755/731]
48,000 [14.06]
36,800 [10.78]
11,200 [3.28]
4
40,000 [11.72]
3.32/3.5
22,000 [6.45]
3/2.14
8
40,000 [11.72]
3.32/3.5
22,000 [6.45]
3/2.14
8
42,000 [12.31]
3.59/3.66
25,400 [7.44]
3.22/2.3
8
42,000 [12.31]
3.59/3.66
25,400 [7.44]
3.22/2.3
8
1/Scroll
1/Scroll
1/Scroll
1/Scroll
78
78
78
78
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
13.45 [1.25]
2 / 18 [7]
TX Valves
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
13.45 [1.25]
2 / 18 [7]
TX Valves
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
16.54 [1.54]
1 / 22 [9]
TX Valves
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
16.54 [1.54]
1 / 22 [9]
TX Valves
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
5.78 [0.54]
3 / 13 [5]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
5.78 [0.54]
3 / 13 [5]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
5.78 [0.54]
3 / 13 [5]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
5.78 [0.54]
3 / 13 [5]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Propeller
1/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
4200 [1982]
1 at 1/3 HP
1075
Propeller
1/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
4200 [1982]
1 at 1/3 HP
1075
Propeller
1/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
4200 [1982]
1 at 1/3 HP
908
Propeller
1/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
4200 [1982]
1 at 1/3 HP
908
FC Centrifugal
1/11x9 [279.4x228.6]
Direct/2
1
3/4
1050
48
FC Centrifugal
1/11x9 [279.4x228.6]
Direct/2
1
3/4
1050
48
FC Centrifugal
1/11x9 [279.4x228.6]
Direct/2
1
3/4
1050
48
FC Centrifugal
1/11x9 [279.4x228.6]
Direct/2
1
3/4
1050
48
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
161 [4564]
161 [4564]
120 [3402]
120 [3402]
408 [185]
434 [197]
408 [185]
434 [197]
429 [195]
455 [206]
429 [195]
455 [206]
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 in CFM range shown in airflow tables. 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. Heating Performance is rated at 47° F ambient, 70° F entering dry bulb for High Temp rating and 17° F ambient, 70° F entering dry bulb for Low Temp rating. Performance
ratings do include the effect of fan motor heat.
4. Outdoor Sound Rating shown is tested in accordance with AHRI Standard 270.
18
GENERAL DATA - RQPM
NOMINAL SIZES 2-5 TONS [7-17.6 kW]
Model RQPM- Series
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]
Net System Power kW
Heating Performance [Heat Pumps]
High Temp. Btuh [kW] Rating
System Power KW / COP
Low Temp. Btuh [kW] Rating
System Power KW / COP
HSPF (Btu/Watts-hr)
Compressor
No/Type
Outdoor Sound Rating (dB)5
Outdoor Coil - Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm] OD
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
Refrigerant Control
Indoor Coil - Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm]
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
Indoor Fan - Type
No. Used/Diameter in. [mm]
Drive Type/No. Speeds
No. Motors
Motor HP
Motor RPM
Motor Frame Size
Filter - Type
Furnished
(NO.) Size Recommended in. [mm x mm x mm]
Refrigerant Charge Oz. [g]
Weights
Net Weight lbs. [kg]
Ship Weight lbs. [kg]
A049CK
A049JK
A060CK
A060JK
49,000 [14.36]
12/14
1600/1550 [755/731]
48,000 [14.06]
36,800 [10.78]
11,200 [3.28]
4
49,000 [14.36]
12/14
1600/1550 [755/731]
48,000 [14.06]
36,800 [10.78]
11,200 [3.28]
4
61,000 [17.87]
12.0/14
2000/1900 [944/897]
59,500 [17.43]
45,300 [13.27]
14,200 [4.16]
4.96
61,000 [17.87]
12.0/14
2000/1900 [944/897]
59,500 [17.43]
45,300 [13.27]
14,200 [4.16]
4.96
42,000 [12.31]
3.59/3.66
25,400 [7.44]
3.22/2.3
8
42,000 [12.31]
3.59/3.66
25,400 [7.44]
3.22/2.3
8
59,500 [17.43]
4.74/3.72
36,600 [10.72]
4.26/2.54
8
59,500 [17.43]
4.74/3.72
36,600 [10.72]
4.26/2.54
8
1/Scroll
1/Scroll
1/Scroll
1/Scroll
78
78
78
78
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
16.54 [1.54]
1 / 22 [9]
TX Valves
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
16.54 [1.54]
1 / 22 [9]
TX Valves
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
16.54 [1.54]
2 / 18 [7]
TX Valves
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
16.54 [1.54]
2 / 18 [7]
TX Valves
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
5.78 [0.54]
3 / 13 [5]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
5.78 [0.54]
3 / 13 [5]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
5.78 [0.54]
4 / 13 [5]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
5.78 [0.54]
4 / 13 [5]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Propeller
1/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
4200 [1982]
1 at 1/3 HP
908
Propeller
1/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
4200 [1982]
1 at 1/3 HP
908
Propeller
1/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
4000 [1888]
1 at 1/3 HP
1075
Propeller
1/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
4000 [1888]
1 at 1/3 HP
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/11x9 [279x229]
Direct/2
1
3/4
1050
48
FC Centrifugal
1/11x9 [279x229]
Direct/2
1
3/4
1050
48
FC Centrifugal
1/11x9 [279x229]
Direct/2
1
1
1050
48
FC Centrifugal
1/11x9 [279x229]
Direct/2
1
1
1050
48
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
120 [3402]
120 [3402]
193 [5472]
193 [5472]
429 [195]
455 [206]
429 [195]
455 [206]
481 [218]
507 [230]
481 [218]
507 [230]
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 in CFM range shown in airflow tables. 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. Heating Performance is rated at 47° F ambient, 70° F entering dry bulb for High Temp rating and 17° F ambient, 70° F entering dry bulb for Low Temp rating. Performance
ratings do include the effect of fan motor heat.
4. Outdoor Sound Rating shown is tested in accordance with AHRI Standard 270.
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GENERAL DATA - RQNM
NOMINAL SIZES 2-5 TONS [7-17.6 kW]
Model RQNM- Series
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]
Net System Power kW
Heating Performance [Heat Pumps]
High Temp. Btuh [kW] Rating
System Power KW / COP
Low Temp. Btuh [kW] Rating
System Power KW / COP
HSPF (Btu/Watts-hr)
Compressor
No/Type
Outdoor Sound Rating (dB)5
Outdoor Coil - Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm] OD
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
Refrigerant Control
Indoor Coil - Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm]
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
Indoor Fan - Type
No. Used/Diameter in. [mm]
Drive Type/No. Speeds
No. Motors
Motor HP
Motor RPM
Motor Frame Size
Filter - Type
Furnished
(NO.) Size Recommended in. [mm x mm x mm]
Refrigerant Charge Oz. [g]
Weights
Net Weight lbs. [kg]
Ship Weight lbs. [kg]
A024JK
A030JK
A036CK
24,600 [7.21]
11/13
800/800 [378/378]
23,600 [6.91]
18,200 [5.33]
5,400 [1.58]
2.14
29,800 [8.73]
11.15/13
1000/1000 [472/472]
28,800 [8.44]
22,400 [6.56]
6.400 [1.88]
2.58
36,600 [10.72]
11/13
1200/1200 [566/566]
35,200 [10.31]
27,000 [7.91]
8,200 [2.4]
3.2
A036JK
Continued ->
36,600 [10.72]
11/13
1200/1200 [566/566]
35,200 [10.31]
27,000 [7.91]
8,200 [2.4]
3.2
23,400 [6.86]
2.07/3.34
13,800 [4.04]
1.9/2.12
7.7
28,800 [8.44]
2.45/3.44
16,200 [4.75]
2.22/2.14
7.7
35,000 [10.26]
2.95/3.48
19,200 [5.63]
2.65/2.1
7.7
35,000 [10.26]
2.95/3.48
19,200 [5.63]
2.65/2.1
7.7
1/Copeland Scroll
1/Copeland Scroll
1/Copeland Scroll
1/Copeland Scroll
76
76
76
76
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
10.44 [0.97]
1 / 20 [8]
TX Valves
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
12.65 [1.18]
1 / 20 [8]
TX Valves
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
12.65 [1.18]
1 / 20 [8]
TX Valves
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
12.65 [1.18]
1 / 20 [8]
TX Valves
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
4.33 [0.4]
2 / 15 [5]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
4.33 [0.4]
3 / 13 [5]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
4.33 [0.4]
3 / 13 [5]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
4.33 [0.4]
3 / 13 [5]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Propeller
1/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
3200 [1510]
1 at 1/3 HP
825
Propeller
1/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
3200 [1510]
1 at 1/3 HP
825
Propeller
1/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
3200 [1510]
1 at 1/3 HP
825
Propeller
1/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
3200 [1510]
1 at 1/3 HP
825
FC Centrifugal
1/10x9 [254x228.6]
Direct/2
1
1/4
1033
48
FC Centrifugal
1/10x9 [254x228.6]
Direct/2
1
1/3
1080
48
FC Centrifugal
1/10x9 [254x228.6]
Direct/2
1
1/2
1050
48
FC Centrifugal
1/10x9 [254x228.6]
Direct/2
1
1/2
1050
48
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x20x16 [25x508x406]
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x20x20 [25x508x508]
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
90 [2552]
93 [2637]
93 [2637]
93 [2637]
308 [140]
332 [151]
331 [150]
355 [161]
356 [161]
380 [172]
356 [161]
380 [172]
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 in CFM range shown in airflow tables. 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. Heating Performance is rated at 47° F ambient, 70° F entering dry bulb for High Temp rating and 17° F ambient, 70° F entering dry bulb for Low Temp rating. Performance
ratings do include the effect of fan motor heat.
4. Outdoor Sound Rating shown is tested in accordance with AHRI Standard 270.
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GENERAL DATA - RQNM
NOMINAL SIZES 2-5 TONS [7-17.6 kW]
Model RQNM- Series
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]
Net System Power kW
Heating Performance [Heat Pumps]
High Temp. Btuh [kW] Rating
System Power KW / COP
Low Temp. Btuh [kW] Rating
System Power KW / COP
HSPF (Btu/Watts-hr)
Compressor
No/Type
Outdoor Sound Rating (dB)5
Outdoor Coil - Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm] OD
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
Refrigerant Control
Indoor Coil - Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm]
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
Indoor Fan - Type
No. Used/Diameter in. [mm]
Drive Type/No. Speeds
No. Motors
Motor HP
Motor RPM
Motor Frame Size
Filter - Type
Furnished
(NO.) Size Recommended in. [mm x mm x mm]
Refrigerant Charge Oz. [g]
Weights
Net Weight lbs. [kg]
Ship Weight lbs. [kg]
A042CK
A042JK
A048CK
43,500 [12.75]
11/13
1400/1450 [661/685]
42,000 [12.31]
30,000 [8.79]
12,000 [3.52]
3.82
43,500 [12.75]
11/13
1400/1450 [661/685]
42,000 [12.31]
30,000 [8.79]
12,000 [3.52]
3.82
49,500 [14.5]
11/13
1600/1550 [755/731]
47,500 [13.92]
35,900 [10.52]
11,600 [3.4]
4.32
A048JK
Continued ->
49,500 [14.5]
11/13
1600/1550 [755/731]
47,500 [13.92]
35,900 [10.52]
11,600 [3.4]
4.32
39,500 [11.57]
3.56/3.24
22,800 [6.68]
3.25/2.06
7.7
39,500 [11.57]
3.56/3.24
22,800 [6.68]
3.25/2.06
7.7
43,000 [12.6]
3.92/3.44
25,600 [7.5]
3.56/2.14
7.7
43,000 [12.6]
3.92/3.44
25,600 [7.5]
3.56/2.14
7.7
1/Copeland Scroll
1/Copeland Scroll
1/Copeland Scroll
1/Copeland Scroll
78
78
78
78
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
16.54 [1.54]
1 / 22 [9]
TX Valves
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
16.54 [1.54]
1 / 22 [9]
TX Valves
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
16.54 [1.54]
1 / 22 [9]
TX Valves
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
16.54 [1.54]
1 / 22 [9]
TX Valves
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
5.78 [0.54]
3 / 13 [5]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
5.78 [0.54]
3 / 13 [5]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
5.78 [0.54]
3 / 13 [5]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
5.78 [0.54]
3 / 13 [5]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Propeller
1/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
4200 [1682]
1 at 1/3 HP
1075
Propeller
1/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
4200 [1682]
1 at 1/3 HP
1075
Propeller
1/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
4200 [1682]
1 at 1/3 HP
1075
Propeller
1/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
4200 [1682]
1 at 1/3 HP
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/11x9 [279.4x228.6]
Direct/2
1
1/2
1075
48
FC Centrifugal
1/11x9 [279.4x228.6]
Direct/2
1
1/2
1075
48
FC Centrifugal
1/11x9 [279.4x228.6]
Direct/2
1
3/4
1075
48
FC Centrifugal
1/11x9 [279.4x228.6]
Direct/2
1
3/4
1075
48
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
128 [3629]
128 [3629]
120 [3402]
120 [3402]
408 [185]
434 [197]
408 [185]
434 [197]
429 [195]
455 [206]
492 [195]
455 [206]
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 in CFM range shown in airflow tables. 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. Heating Performance is rated at 47° F ambient, 70° F entering dry bulb for High Temp rating and 17° F ambient, 70° F entering dry bulb for Low Temp rating. Performance
ratings do include the effect of fan motor heat.
4. Outdoor Sound Rating shown is tested in accordance with AHRI Standard 270.
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GENERAL DATA - RQNM
NOMINAL SIZES 2-5 TONS [7-17.6 kW]
Model RQNM- Series
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]
Net System Power kW
Heating Performance [Heat Pumps]
High Temp. Btuh [kW] Rating
System Power KW / COP
Low Temp. Btuh [kW] Rating
System Power KW / COP
HSPF (Btu/Watts-hr)
Compressor
No/Type
Outdoor Sound Rating (dB)5
Outdoor Coil - Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm] OD
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
Refrigerant Control
Indoor Coil - Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm]
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
Indoor Fan - Type
No. Used/Diameter in. [mm]
Drive Type/No. Speeds
No. Motors
Motor HP
Motor RPM
Motor Frame Size
Filter - Type
Furnished
(NO.) Size Recommended in. [mm x mm x mm]
Refrigerant Charge Oz. [g]
Weights
Net Weight lbs. [kg]
Ship Weight lbs. [kg]
A060CK
A060JK
62,000 [18.17]
11/13
2000/1900 [944/897]
59,000 [17.29]
44,500 [13.04]
14,500 [4.25]
5.36
62,000 [18.17]
11/13
2000/1900 [944/897]
59,000 [17.29]
44,500 [13.04]
14,500 [4.25]
5.36
61,000 [17.87]
5.15/3.52
34,400 [10.08]
4.64/2.18
7.7
61,000 [17.87]
5.15/3.52
34,400 [10.08]
4.64/2.18
7.7
1/Copeland Scroll
1/Copeland Scroll
78
78
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
16.54 [1.54]
2 / 18 [7]
TX Valves
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
16.54 [1.54]
2 / 18 [7]
TX Valves
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
5.78 [0.54]
4 / 13 [5]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
5.78 [0.54]
4 / 13 [5]
TX Valves
1/1 [25.4]
Propeller
1/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
4000 [1888]
1 at 1/3 HP
1075
Propeller
1/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
4000 [1888]
1 at 1/3 HP
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/11x9 [279.4x228.6]
Direct/2
1
3/4
1075
48
FC Centrifugal
1/11x9 [279.4x228.6]
Direct/2
1
3/4
1075
48
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
193 [5472]
193 [5472]
481 [218]
507 [230]
481 [218]
507 [230]
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 in CFM range shown in airflow tables. 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. Heating Performance is rated at 47° F ambient, 70° F entering dry bulb for High Temp rating and 17° F ambient, 70° F entering dry bulb for Low Temp rating. Performance
ratings do include the effect of fan motor heat.
4. Outdoor Sound Rating shown is tested in accordance with AHRI Standard 270.
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XIX. MISCELLANEOUS
ELECTRICAL AND PHYSICAL DATA
ELECTRICAL DATA – RQPM- SERIES
A036JK
A037CK
A037JK
A042CK
A042JK
A043CK
A043JK
A048CK
A048JK
A049CK
187-253 187-253 187-253 187-253
187-253
187-253
187-253
187-253
187-253
187-253
187-253
187-253
187-253 187-253
187-253 187-253
Volts
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
Minimum Circuit
Ampacity
23/23
21/21
19/19
27/27
19/19
27/27
26/26
36/36
25/25
31/31
26/26
36/36
26/26
36/36
32/32
43/43
Minimum Overcurrent
Protection Device Size
30/30
30/30
25/25
35/35
25/25
35/35
30/30
45/45
25/25
35/35
30/30
45/45
30/30
45/45
40/40
50/50
Maximum Overcurrent
Protection Device Size
35/35
35/35
25/25
40/40
25/25
40/40
35/35
50/50
35/35
45/45
35/35
50/50
35/35
50/50
45/45
60/60
A024JK
Compressor Motor
Unit Information
Unit Operating
Voltage Range
Condenser Motor
A036CK
A049JK
A060CK
A060JK
No.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Volts
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
Phase
1
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
RPM
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
HP
2
2.5
3
3
3
3
3 1/2
3.5
3 1/2
3 1/2
4
4
4
4
4.5
4.5
Amps (RLA), Comp. 1 13.5/13.5 14.1/14.1 10.4/10.4 16.7/16.7 10.4/10.4 16.7/16.7 14.1/14.1 21.8/21.8 13.5/13.5 17.9/17.9 13.7/13.7 21.8/21.8 13.7/.13.7 21.8/21.8 17.9/17.9 26.4/26.4
Amps (LRA), Comp. 1 58.3/58.3
Evaporator Fan
A030JK
73/73
88/88
79/79
88/88
79/79
95/95
112/112
88/88
112/112
110/110
117/117
110/110
117/117
120/120
No.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
150/150
1
Volts
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
Phase
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
HP
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
Amps (FLA, each)
1.5/1.5
1.5/1.5
1.5/1.5
1.5/1.5
1.5/1.5
1.5/1.5
1.9/1.9
1.9/1.9
1.9/1.9
1.9/1.9
1.9/1.9
1.9/1.9
1.9/1.9
1.9/1.9
1.9/1.9
1.9/1.9
Amps (LRA, each)
3/3
3/3
3/3
3/3
3/3
3/3
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
No.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Volts
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
1
Phase
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
HP
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
1
1
Amps (FLA, each)
4.1/4.1
4.1/4.1
4.1/4.1
4.1/4.1
4.1/4.1
4.1/4.1
6/6
6/6
6/6
6/6
6/6
6/6
6/6
6/6
7.6/7.6
7.6/7.6
Amps (LRA, each)
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
23
ELECTRICAL AND PHYSICAL DATA
Evaporator Fan
Condenser Motor
Compressor Motor
Unit Information
ELECTRICAL DATA - RQNM SERIES
24
-A024JK
-A030JK
-A036CK
-A036JK
-A042CK
-A042JK
-A048CK
-A048JK
-A060CK
-A060JK
187-253
187-253
187-253
187-253
187-253
187-253
187-253
187-253
187-253
187-253
20/20
21/21
17/17
25/25
23/23
33/33
23/23
33/33
31/31
41/41
25/25
25/25
20/20
30/30
30/30
40/40
30/30
40/40
35/35
50/50
30/30
35/35
25/25
40/40
35/35
50/50
35/35
50/50
45/45
60/60
No.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Volts
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
Phase
1
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
HP
2
2.5
3
3
3.5
3.5
4
4
4.5
4.5
RPM
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
Unit Operating
Voltage Range
Minimum Circuit
Ampacity
Minimum Overcurrent
Protection Device Size
Maximum Overcurrent
Protection Device Size
Amps (RLA)
13.5/13.5 14.1/14.1 10.4/10.4 16.7/16.7 14.1/14.1 21.8/21.8 13.7/13.7 21.8/21.8 17.9/17.9 26.4/26.4
Amps (LRA)
58.3/58.3
73/73
88/88
79/79
95/95
112/112
83.1/83.1
117/117
120/120
150/150
No.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Volts
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
Phase
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
HP
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
Amps (FLA)
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
Amps (LRA)
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
No.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Volts
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
Phase
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
HP
1/4
1/3
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
Amps (FLA)
1.5
1.7
2.5
2.5
2.7
2.7
3.2
3.2
5.8
5.8
Amps (LRA)
2.6
2.6
5
5
4.6
4.6
4.4
4.4
11.3
11.3
Low (Tap 2)
Low (Tap 2)
Low (Tap 2)
Low (Tap 2)
Low (Tap 2)
Low (Tap 2)
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
5.0
1750 / 2250
1400 / 1800
1225 / 1575
1050 / 1350
875 / 1125
700 / 900
Low
11x9
(Tap 2)
3/4
2 Speed
High
(X-13 Motor)
(Tap 1)
Low
11x9
(Tap 2)
3/4
2 Speed
High
(X-13 Motor)
(Tap 1)
Low
11x9
(Tap 2)
1/2
2 Speed
High
(X-13 Motor)
(Tap 1)
Low
10x9
(Tap 2)
1/2
2 Speed
High
(X-13 Motor)
(Tap 1)
Low
10x9
(Tap 2)
1/3
2 Speed
High
(X-13 Motor)
(Tap 1)
Low
10x9
(Tap 2)
1/4
2 Speed
High
(X-13 Motor)
(Tap 1)
Manufacturer
Nominal
Recommended Air- Blower Size/
Cooling
Flow Range
Motor HP # Motor
Capacity Motor Speed
of Speeds Speed
Tons
From Factory (Min / Max) CFM
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
0.10
939
585
131
1240
607
161
1169
603
144
1365
631
177
1328
648
178
1510
707
248
1542
598
244
1740
632
295
1701
624
280
1921
678
385
1986
731
446
2229
795
619
0.20
877
601
116
1184
634
145
1109
619
130
1316
677
190
1280
697
191
1464
743
261
1490
617
231
1695
665
311
1655
648
287
1878
706
400
1945
759
458
2190
824
638
CFM Air Delivery/RPM/Watts-230 Volts
External Static Pressure-Inches W.C.
0.30
0.40
0.50
0.60
0.70
816
754
693
631
570
655
744
809
860
915
97
110
121
126
136
1127
1071
1014
958
901
698
761
815
880
946
159
173
182
196
210
1049
988
928
868
807
693
756
809
893
942
138
151
159
174
185
1266
1217
1168
1119
1069
732
784
843
894
942
204
218
234
247
256
1231
1183
1135
1086
1038
752
807
857
903
989
206
220
233
246
265
1418
1373
1327
1281
1235
792
841
890
5021
981
277
292
307
322
334
1438
1386
1335
1283
1231
662
714
758
800
849
237
254
270
285
304
1649
1604
1558
1513
1467
709
749
797
833
879
331
350
371
386
409
1609
1563
1517
1471
1425
696
743
787
826
863
309
328
347
363
380
1835
1792
1749
1706
1663
738
776
816
865
899
416
439
458
484
501
1905
1864
1823
1782
1741
792
832
871
909
943
477
499
521
543
562
2152
2114
2075
2037
1999
851
882
919
952
983
658
680
703
724
745
0.80
508
1001
149
845
989
220
747
989
195
1020
1035
279
990
1036
277
1190
1031
348
1180
876
313
1422
917
426
1379
895
392
1620
932
517
1700
979
582
1960
1013
764
0.90
447
1043
152
788
1038
231
687
1034
199
971
1077
289
941
1077
286
1144
1114
366
1128
913
326
1376
951
440
1333
934
410
1577
967
537
1659
1014
600
1922
1045
784
732
1091
237
626
1076
209
922
1118
294
893
1114
291
1098
1151
358
1076
951
340
1331
981
454
1287
970
426
1534
994
550
1618
1055
621
1884
1077
804
1.00
INDOOR AIRFLOW PERFORMANCE FOR 2-5 TON PACKAGE HEAT PUMPS – 230V
RQPM SERIES
25
26
Low (Tap 2)
Low (Tap 2)
Low (Tap 2)
Low (Tap 2)
Low (Tap 2)
Low (Tap 2)
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
5.0
1750 / 2250
1400 / 1800
1225 / 1575
1050 / 1350
875 / 1125
700 / 900
Low
11x9
(Tap 2)
3/4
2 Speed
High
(X-13 Motor)
(Tap 1)
Low
11x9
(Tap 2)
3/4
2 Speed
High
(X-13 Motor)
(Tap 1)
Low
11x9
(Tap 2)
1/2
2 Speed
High
(X-13 Motor)
(Tap 1)
Low
10x9
(Tap 2)
1/2
2 Speed
High
(X-13 Motor)
(Tap 1)
Low
10x9
(Tap 2)
1/3
2 Speed
High
(X-13 Motor)
(Tap 1)
Low
10x9
(Tap 2)
1/4
2 Speed
High
(X-13 Motor)
(Tap 1)
Manufacturer
Nominal
Recommended Air- Blower Size/
Cooling
Flow Range
Motor HP # Motor
Capacity Motor Speed
of Speeds Speed
Tons
From Factory (Min / Max) CFM
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
0.10
959
582
132
1229
607
161
1162
603
143
1306
632
174
1328
642
173
1508
698
243
1531
602
238
1724
639
295
1708
619
280
1917
673
377
1954
719
439
2173
775
604
0.20
892
606
110
1170
634
145
1099
626
124
1253
679
187
1276
693
187
1459
738
255
1477
619
227
1678
671
309
1658
651
284
1872
702
392
1914
747
451
2136
803
622
CFM Air Delivery/RPM/Watts-208 Volts
External Static Pressure-Inches W.C.
0.30
0.40
0.50
0.60
0.70
825
758
691
624
557
655
723
808
851
906
96
106
119
123
132
1112
1054
996
938
879
698
761
815
880
946
159
173
182
196
210
1035
972
908
844
781
690
752
815
906
941
136
148
157
175
180
1200
1147
1095
1042
989
733
787
841
883
941
201
215
227
235
248
1223
1171
1118
1066
1013
747
803
852
903
988
200
214
226
238
254
1409
1359
1310
1260
1210
789
839
888
933
983
271
285
299
310
322
1423
1370
1316
1262
1208
668
715
757
801
844
236
251
266
281
296
1632
1586
1540
1495
1449
715
759
794
834
875
330
348
363
380
397
1609
1559
1510
1460
1410
686
741
783
822
859
298
323
339
355
370
1827
1782
1736
1691
1646
736
769
818
860
898
409
426
451
473
490
1874
1833
1793
1753
1713
779
818
857
894
928
469
491
512
534
553
2098
2061
2024
1986
1949
830
860
896
928
959
642
663
686
706
727
0.80
491
996
144
821
989
220
717
984
188
937
1035
266
961
1031
263
1160
1035
332
1154
878
307
1403
911
414
1361
894
385
1601
928
504
1673
963
573
1911
988
745
1111
1103
343
1101
918
320
1357
948
429
1311
937
402
1556
960
518
1632
998
590
1874
1019
765
763
1038
231
654
1027
192
884
1067
273
0.90
1061
1137
343
1047
954
333
1311
977
440
1262
971
415
1510
989
531
1592
1038
611
1837
1050
784
705
1091
237
590
1096
202
831
1099
277
1.00
INDOOR AIRFLOW PERFORMANCE FOR 2-5 TON PACKAGE HEAT PUMPS – 208V
RQPM SERIES
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
5.0
1750 / 2250
1400 / 1800
1225 / 1575
1050 / 1350
875 / 1125
700 / 900
11x9
Low
3/4
2 Speed
(PSC Motor) High
11x9
Low
3/4
2 Speed
(PSC Motor) High
11x9
Low
1/2
2 Speed
(PSC Motor) High
10x9
Low
1/2
2 Speed
(PSC Motor) High
10x9
Low
1/3
2 Speed
(PSC Motor) High
10x9
Low
1/4
2 Speed
(PSC Motor) High
Nominal
Manufacturer
Cooling
Recommended Air- Blower Size/
Capacity Motor Speed
Flow Range
Motor HP # Motor
Tons
From Factory
of Speeds Speed
(Min / Max) CFM
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
0.10
827
450
278
1230
575
479
1032
533
336
1312
592
482
1261
648
398
2068
850
826
1431
540
482
1960
703
783
1674
576
575
1996
680
799
2044
689
886
2693
876
1438
0.20
811
533
273
1223
643
468
1030
570
331
1301
646
473
1253
705
395
2008
883
806
1394
579
479
1936
727
782
1638
618
563
1976
722
787
2017
723
870
2654
897
1427
CFM Air Delivery/RPM/Watts-230 Volts
External Static Pressure-Inches W.C.
0.30
0.40
0.50
0.60
0.70
782
740
684
614
531
626
742
799
894
932
269
254
244
227
216
1216
1211
1187
1125
1020
703
767
819
877
976
455
448
431
416
357
1014
979
923
843
735
659
746
795
863
934
326
314
303
280
271
1292
1276
1246
1196
1117
712
768
824
883
933
466
454
433
421
401
1225
1177
1110
1023
915
754
802
854
896
985
387
391
370
361
323
1957
1905
1841
1753
1629
917
946
972
999
1028
784
762
734
702
658
1348
1302
1258
1208
1140
633
686
724
776
831
477
470
459
453
437
1903
1859
1806
1742
1669
750
780
809
846
877
776
759
750
729
712
1595
1547
1492
1432
1365
668
708
753
789
832
556
549
544
532
522
1947
1909
1863
1808
1744
752
781
807
833
867
784
760
753
749
730
1983
1941
1892
1836
1773
756
798
822
855
889
865
849
831
817
799
2606
2549
2483
2408
2323
915
938
956
975
996
1399
1368
1340
1312
1274
0.80
435
985
198
874
1001
341
596
1019
227
1003
1012
349
788
1008
310
1458
1049
626
1030
868
423
1585
910
686
1293
874
503
1671
912
699
1702
924
782
2230
1009
1228
1.00
696
504
1072
1092
279
259
423
1050
210
845
1035
329
641
1041
300
1228
929
1091
1108
546
512
849
557
1035
1076
335
292
1491
1387
940
975
656
625
1214 1129.1
915
954
483
465
1590
1500
936
973
693
652
1623
1537
951
988
755
726
2127
2015
1025
1044
1192
1146
0.90
INDOOR AIRFLOW PERFORMANCE FOR 2-5 TON PACKAGE HEAT PUMPS – 230V
RQNM SERIES
27
28
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
5.0
1750 / 2250
1400 / 1800
1225 / 1575
1050 / 1350
875 / 1125
700 / 900
11x9
Low
3/4
2 Speed
(PSC Motor) High
11x9
Low
3/4
2 Speed
(PSC Motor) High
11x9
Low
1/2
2 Speed
(PSC Motor) High
10x9
Low
1/2
2 Speed
(PSC Motor) High
10x9
Low
1/3
2 Speed
(PSC Motor) High
10x9
Low
1/4
2 Speed
(PSC Motor) High
Manufacturer
Nominal
Recommended Air- Blower Size/
Cooling
Motor HP # Motor
Flow Range
Capacity Motor Speed
of Speeds Speed
Tons
From Factory (Min / Max) CFM
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
CFM
RPM
Watts
0.10
723
443
230
1062
528
396
923
498
280
1164
526
401
1145
556
346
1884
791
704
1279
490
401
1751
640
660
1400
536
471
1786
618
665
1848
660
731
2444
829
1225
0.20
692
528
222
1062
618
393
904
543
278
1154
596
398
1142
645
340
1850
834
694
1237
539
400
1729
668
658
1393
578
466
1764
643
660
1821
685
725
2420
838
1218
CFM Air Delivery/RPM/Watts-208 Volts
External Static Pressure-Inches W.C.
0.30
0.40
0.50
0.60
0.70
654
609
556
496
428
651
710
819
863
914
219
214
202
196
184
1058
1043
1013
962
884
674
735
812
895
936
384
376
361
335
318
874
832
774
698
602
648
728
806
853
947
268
259
252
243
219
1143
1124
1090
1034
948
670
744
803
864
945
388
379
371
350
322
1118
1073
1006
918
703
769
828
909
335
326
321
298
1815
1772
1712
1630
1516
871
912
946
975
1004
675
655
638
606
581
1196
1151
1098
1032
950
598
653
709
772
811
393
391
381
373
364
1698
1658
1608
1549
1481
706
734
781
813
851
651
644
628
617
603
1373
1337
1288
1225
1147
623
677
718
782
830
458
455
453
442
429
1734
1695
1649
1595
1532
684
726
757
805
841
651
646
638
626
612
1785
1742
1690
1630
1562
722
755
795
836
867
720
707
698
680
665
2384
2337
2278
2208
2127
863
885
914
936
958
1197
1191
1160
1135
1105
660
1051
259
627
1055
244
0.90
445
1078
235
437
1080
223
1.00
1363
1164
910
1032
1083
1097
548
464
440
846 717.13 557.65
887
928
978
343
329
305
1404
1317
1221
888
937
968
581
557
524
1055
949 828.48
863
902
976
420
403
374
1462
1384
1297
883
924
955
596
573
555
1486
1402
1309
904
940
975
651
623
596
2034
1930
1814
983
1003
1029
1068
1035
980
774
985
297
483
989
201
826
971
310
0.80
INDOOR AIRFLOW PERFORMANCE FOR 2-5 TON PACKAGE HEAT PUMPS – 208V
RQNM SERIES
A060J
A048J
A042J
A036J
A030J
A024J
No Heat
C05J
C07J
C10J
No Heat
C05J
C07J
C10J
C15J
No Heat
C05J
C07J
C10J
C15J
C20J
No Heat
C05J
C07J
C10J
C15J
C20J
No Heat
C05J
C07J
C10J
C15J
C20J
No Heat
C05J
C07J
C10J
C15J
C20J
1
1
2
1
1
2
3
1
1
2
3
4
1
1
2
3
4
1
1
2
3
4
1
1
2
3
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
3.6/4.8
5.4/7.2
7.2/9.6
3.6/4.8
5.4/7.2
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
3.6/4.8
5.4/7.2
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
3.6/4.8
5.4/7.2
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
3.6/4.8
5.4/7.2
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
3.6/4.8
5.4/7.2
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
12.28/16.38
18.42/24.56
24.57/32.76
12.28/16.38
18.42/24.56
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
12.28/16.38
18.42/24.56
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
49.12/65.52
12.28/16.38
18.42/24.56
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
49.12/65.52
12.28/16.38
18.42/24.56
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
49.12/65.52
12.28/16.38
18.42/24.56
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
49.12/65.52
17.33/20
26/30
34.7/40
17.33/20
26/30
34.7/40
52/60
17.33/20
26/30
34.7/40
52/60
69.33/80
17.33/20
26/30
34.7/40
52/60
69.33/80
17.33/20
26/30
34.7/40
52/60
69.33/80
17.33/20
26/30
34.7/40
52/60
69.33/80
20/20
42/45
53/58
64/70
21/21
43/46
54/59
65/71
86/96
25/25
47/50
58/63
69/75
90/100
112/125
33/33
54/58
65/70
76/83
98/108
112/133
33/33
55/58
65/70
76/83
98/108
120/133
41/41
63/66
74/79
85/91
106/116
128/141
25/30
45/50
60/60
70/70
25/35
45/50
60/60
70/70
90/90
30/40
50/50
60/60
70/70
90/90
125/125
40/50
60/70
70/70
80/80
100/100
125/125
40/50
60/70
70/80
80/80
100/100
125/125
50/60
80/80
90/90
90/100
110/110
150/150
25/30
45/50
60/60
70/70
25/35
50/50
60/60
80/80
100/100
30/40
60/60
70/70
80/80
0/100
125/125
40/50
60/70
70/80
90/90
110/110
150/150
40/50
60/70
70/80
90/90
110/110
150/150
50/60
80/80
90/90
100/100
125/125
150/150
Over Current
Heater
Model
RXQJHeater
Unit Min. Ckt
No. of Rated Heater
No. of
Protective Device Size
No.
Heater Kit
Sequence kW @ 208- KBTU/Hr @ Amp. @ 208- Ampacity @
Elements
208-240 V
208-240 V Min/Max @ Min/Max @
RQNM- Nominal kW
Steps
240 V
240 V
208 V
240 V
Single Power Supply For Both Unit And Heater Kit
22/25
33/38
44/50
22/25
33/38
44/50
65/75
22/25
33/38
44/50
65/75
87/100
22/25
33/38
44/50
65/75
87/100
22/25
33/38
44/50
65/75
87/100
22/25
33/38
44/50
65/75
87/100
25/25
35/40
45/50
25/25
35/40
45/50
70/80
25/25
35/40
45/50
70/80
90/100
25/25
35/40
45/50
70/80
90/100
25/25
35/40
45/50
70/80
90/100
25/25
35/40
45/50
70/80
90/100
20/20
21/21
25/25
33/33
33/33
41/41
-
25/30
25/35
30/40
40/50
40/50
50/60
-
25/30
25/35
30/40
40/50
40/50
50/60
-
Separate Power Supply For Both Unit And Heater Kit
Heat Pump Over
Heat Pump
Heater Kit
Heater Kit
Current Protective
Min. Ckt.
Min. Ckt.
Max. Fuse
Device Size
Ampacity 208Min/Max @ Min/Max @
Ampacity
Size
240
208 V
240 V
208-240 VOLT, SINGLE PHASE, 60 HZ, AUXILLARY ELECTRIC HEATER KITS CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATION
ELECTRIC HEATER KIT – 1 PHASE
RQNM
29
30
A060C
A048C
A042C
A036C
No Heat
C10C
C15C
No Heat
C10C
C15C
C20C
No Heat
C10C
C15C
C20C
No Heat
C10C
C15C
C20C
2
3
2
3
4
2
3
4
2
3
4
1
2
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
2
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
49.12/65.52
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
49.12/65.52
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
49.12/65.52
20/23.1
30.1/34.7
20/23.1
30.1/34.7
40/46.3
20/23.1
30.1/34.7
40/46.3
20/23.1
30.1/34.7
40/46.3
17/17
42/46
55/61
23/23
48/52
61/66
73/81
23/23
48/52
60/66
73/81
31/31
56/59
69/74
81/88
20/25
45/45
60/60
30/35
50/50
70/70
80/80
30/35
50/50
60/60
80/80
35/45
60/60
70/70
90/90
20/25
50/50
70/70
30/35
60/60
70/70
90/90
30/35
60/60
70/70
90/90
35/45
60/70
80/80
90/90
Over Current
No. of Rated Heater
Model
RXQJUnit Min. Ckt
Heater
Heater
No. of
Protective Device Size
Sequence kW @ 208- KBTU/Hr @ Amp. @ 208- Ampacity @
No.
Heater Kit
Elements
Steps
240 V
208-240 V Min/Max @ Min/Max @
RQNM- Nominal kW
240 V
208-240 V
208 V
240 V
Single Power Supply For Both Unit And Heater Kit
25/29
38/44
25/29
38/44
50/58
25/29
38/44
50/58
25/29
38/44
50/58
25/30
40/45
25/30
40/45
50/60
25/30
40/45
50/60
25/30
40/45
50/60
-
23/23
31/31
17/17
23/23
-
30/35
35/45
20/25
30/35
-
30/35
35/45
20/25
30/35
Separate Power Supply For Both Unit And Heater Kit
Heat Pump Over
Heat Pump
Heater Kit
Heater Kit
Current Protective
Min. Ckt.
Min. Ckt.
Max. Fuse
Device Size
Ampacity 208Min/Max @ Min/Max @
Ampacity
Size
240
208 V
240 V
208-240 VOLT, THREE PHASE, 60 HZ, AUXILLARY ELECTRIC HEATER KITS CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATION
ELECTRIC HEATER KIT – 3 PHASE
RQNM
No. of
Elements
1
1
2
1
1
2
3
1
1
2
3
4
1
1
2
3
4
1
1
2
3
4
1
1
2
3
4
1
1
2
3
4
RXQJHeater Kit
Nominal kW
No Heat
C05J
C07J
C10J
No Heat
C05J
C07J
C10J
C15J
No Heat
C05J
C07J
C10J
C15J
C20J
No Heat
C05J
C07J
C10J
C15J
C20J
No Heat
C05J
C07J
C10J
C15J
C20J
No Heat
C05J
C07J
C10J
C15J
C20J
No Heat
C05J
C07J
C10J
C15J
C20J
Model
No.
RQPM-
A024J
A030J
A036J
A037J
A042J
A043J
A048J
A049J
A060J
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
3.6/4.8
5.4/7.2
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
3.6/4.8
5.4/7.2
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
3.6/4.8
5.4/7.2
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
3.6/4.8
5.4/7.2
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
3.6/4.8
5.4/7.2
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
3.6/4.8
5.4/7.2
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
3.6/4.8
5.4/7.2
7.2/9.6
No. of
Rated Heater
Sequence kW @ 208Steps
240 V
12.28/16.38
18.42/24.56
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
49.12/65.52
12.28/16.38
18.42/24.56
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
49.12/65.52
12.28/16.38
18.42/24.56
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
49.12/65.52
12.28/16.38
18.42/24.56
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
49.12/65.52
12.28/16.38
18.42/24.56
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
49.12/65.52
12.28/16.38
18.42/24.56
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
12.28/16.38
18.42/24.56
24.57/32.76
Heater
KBTU/Hr @
208-240 V
Over Current Protective
Device Size
17.33/20
26/30
34.7/40
52/60
69.33/80
17.33/20
26/30
34.7/40
52/60
69.33/80
17.33/20
26/30
34.7/40
52/60
69.33/80
17.33/20
26/30
34.7/40
52/60
69.33/80
17.33/20
26/30
34.7/40
52/60
69.33/80
17.33/20
26/30
34.7/40
52/60
17.33/20
26/30
34.7/40
43/43
65/68
75/80
86/93
108/118
130/143
36/36
57/61
68/73
79/86
101/111
122/136
31/31
53/56
65/69
75/81
96/106
118/131
36/36
47/61
68/73
79/86
101/111
112/136
27/27
49/52
59/64
70/77
92/102
114/127
24/24
45/49
56/61
67/74
89/99
23/23
45/48
55/60
66/73
50/60
80/80
90/90
90/100
110/110
150/150
45/50
60/70
70/80
80/90
110/110
125/125
45/45
60/60
70/70
80/80
100/100
125/125
45/50
60/70
70/80
80/90
110/110
125/125
35/40
50/60
60/60
70/70
100/100
125/125
30/35
45/50
60/60
70/70
90/90
30/35
45/50
60/60
70/70
50/60
80/80
90/90
100/100
125/125
150/150
45/50
70/70
80/80
90/90
125/125
150/150
45/45
60/60
70/70
90/90
110/110
150/150
45/50
70/70
80/80
90/90
125/125
150/150
35/40
60/60
70/70
80/80
110/110
150/150
30/35
50/50
70/70
80/80
100/100
30/35
50/50
60/60
80/80
Heater
Unit Min. Ckt
Amp. @ 208 Ampacity @
240 V
208-240V
Min/Max @ Min/Max @
208 V
240 V
Single Power Supply For Both Unit And Heater Kit
22/25
33/38
44/50
65/75
87/100
22/25
33/38
44/50
65/75
87/100
22/25
33/38
44/50
65/75
87/100
22/25
33/38
44/50
65/75
87/100
22/25
33/38
44/50
65/75
87/100
22/25
33/38
44/50
65/75
22/25
33/38
44/50
25/25
35/40
45/50
70/80
90/100
25/25
35/40
45/50
70/80
90/100
25/25
35/40
45/50
70/80
90/100
25/25
35/40
45/50
70/80
90/100
25/25
35/40
45/50
70/80
90/100
25/25
35/40
45/50
70/80
25/25
35/40
45/50
43/43
-
36/36
-
31/31
-
36/36
-
27/27
-
24/24
-
23/23
-
50/60
-
45/50
-
35/45
-
45/50
-
35/40
-
30/35
-
30/35
-
50/60
-
45/50
-
35/45
-
45/50
-
35/40
-
30/35
-
30/35
-
Separate Power Supply For Both Unit And Heater Kit
Heat Pump Over
Heat Pump
Current Protective
Heater Kit
Heater Kit
Min. Ckt.
Device Size
Max. Fuse
Min. Ckt.
Ampacity 208
Size
Ampacity
Min/Max @ Min/Max @
240
208 V
240 V
208-240 VOLT, SINGLE PHASE, 60 HZ, AUXILIARY ELECTRIC HEATER KITS CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATION
ELECTRIC HEATER KIT – 1 PHASE
RQPM
31
32
A060C
A048C
A049C
A043C
A042C
A036C
A037C
Model
No.
RQPM-
No. of
Elements
2
3
2
3
4
2
3
4
2
3
4
2
3
4
RXQJHeater Kit
Nominal kW
No Heat
C10C
C15C
No Heat
C10C
C15C
C20C
No Heat
C10C
C15C
C20C
No Heat
C10C
C15C
C20C
No Heat
C10C
C15C
C20C
1
2
2
1
2
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
2
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
No. of
Rated Heater
Sequence kW @ 208Steps
240 V
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
49.12/65.52
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
49.1/65.52
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
49.1/65.52
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
49.12/65.52
Heater
KBTU/Hr @
208-240 V
Over Current Protective
Device Size
20/23.1
30.1/34.7
40/46.3
20/23.1
30.1/34.7
20/23.1
30.1/34.7
40/.46.3
20.0/23.1
30.1/34.7
40/46.3
20/23.1
30.1/34.7
40/46.3
32/32
57/61
69/76
82/90
19/19
44/48
57/61
26/26
51/55
64/69
76/84
25/25
50/54
63/69
75/83
26/26
51/54
63/69
76/83
40/45
60/60
70/70
90/90
25/25
45/45
60/60
30/35
60/60
70/70
80/80
35/35
50/50
70/70
80/80
30/35
60/60
70/70
80/80
40/45
70/70
80/80
90/90
25/25
50/50
70/70
30/35
60/60
70/70
90/90
35/35
60/60
70/70
90/90
30/35
60/60
70/70
90/90
Heater
Unit Min. Ckt
Amp. @ 208 Ampacity @
240 V
208-240V
Min/Max @ Min/Max @
208 V
240 V
Single Power Supply For Both Unit And Heater Kit
25/29
38/44
50/58
25/29
38/44
25/29
38/44
50/58
25/29
38/44
50/58
25/29
38/44
50/58
25/30
40/45
50/60
25/30
40/45
25/30
40/45
50/60
25/30
40/45
50/60
25/30
40/45
50/60
32/32
-
19/19
26/26
25/25
26/26
-
40/45
-
25/25
30/35
30/35
30/35
-
40/45
-
25/25
30/35
30/35
30/35
-
Separate Power Supply For Both Unit And Heater Kit
Heat Pump Over
Heat Pump
Current Protective
Heater Kit
Heater Kit
Min. Ckt.
Device Size
Min. Ckt.
Max. Fuse
Ampacity 208
Ampacity
Size
Min/Max @ Min/Max @
240
240 V
208 V
208-240 VOLT, SINGLE PHASE, 60 HZ, AUXILIARY ELECTRIC HEATER KITS CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATION
ELECTRIC HEATER KIT – 3 PHASE
RQPM
FIGURE 7
WIRING DIAGRAM
33
FIGURE 8
WIRING DIAGRAM
34
FIGURE 9
WIRING DIAGRAM
35
FIGURE 10
WIRING DIAGRAM
36
FIGURE 11
WIRING DIAGRAM
37
FIGURE 12
WIRING DIAGRAM
38
FIGURE 13
CHARGING CHART
2.0 TON HP (R410A)
DISCHARGE PRESSURE - PSIG
SYSTEM CHARGE CHART (COOLING)
115
500
105
450
95
400
85
350
75
300
65
OUTDOOR AMBIENT (°F DB)
550
55
250
2 00
100
120
140
160
180
200
220
SUCTION PRESSURE - PSIG
550
DISCHARGE PRESSURE - PSIG
500
70
450
60
400
350
300
250
INDOOR AMBIENT (°F DB)
80
SYSTEM CHARGE CHART (HEATING)
200
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
SUCTION PRESSURE - PSIG
180
200
220
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FIGURE 14
CHARGING CHART
2.5 TON HP (R410A)
550
115
SYSTEM CHARGE CHART (COOLING)
105
450
95
400
85
350
75
300
65
55
250
200
100
120
140
160
180
200
OUTDOOR AMBIENT (°F DB)
DISCHARGE PRESSURE - PSIG
500
220
SUCTION PRESSURE - PSIG
550
80
SYSTEM CHARGE CHART (HEATING)
500
DISCHARGE PRESSURE - PSIG
70
60
INDOOR AMBIENT (°F DB)
450
400
350
300
250
200
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
SUCTION PRESSURE - PSIG
180
200
220
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FIGURE 15
CHARGING CHART
3.0 TON HP (R410A)
115
SYSTEM CHARGE CHART (COOLING)
500
105
450
95
400
85
75
350
65
55
300
OUTDOOR AMBIENT (°F DB)
DISCHARGE PRESSURE - PSIG
550
250
200
100
120
550
140
160
180
SUCTION PRESSURE - PSIG
200
220
80
SYSTEM CHARGE CHART (HEATING)
DISCHARGE PRESSURE - PSIG
60
450
400
350
300
250
200
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
SUCTION PRESSURE - PSIG
180
200
INDOOR AMBIENT (°F DB)
70
500
220
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FIGURE 16
CHARGING CHART – MODEL -042 ONLY
3.5 TON HP (R410A)
115
500
105
450
95
400
85
350
75
65
300
55
250
200
100
120
140
160
180
200
220
SUCTION PRESSURE - PSIG
550
80
SYSTEM CHARGE CHART (HEATING)
DISCHARGE PRESSURE - PSIG
OUTDOOR AMBIENT (°F DB)
SYSTEM CHARGE CHART (COOLING)
500
70
450
60
400
350
300
250
INDOOR AMBIENT (°F DB)
DISCHARGE PRESSURE - PSIG
550
200
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
180
200
220
SUCTION PRESSURE - PSIG
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FIGURE 17
CHARGING CHART – MODEL -043 ONLY
43
FIGURE 18
CHARGING CHART
4.0 TON HP (R410A)
105
450
95
400
85
350
75
65
300
55
250
120
550
140
160
180
SUCTION PRESSURE - PSIG
SYSTEM CHARGE CHART (HEATING)
500
200
OUTDOOR AMBIENT (°F DB)
500
200
100
DISCHARGE PRESSURE - PSIG
115
SYSTEM CHARGE CHART (COOLING)
220
80
70
450
60
400
350
300
250
200
20
40
60
80
INDOOR AMBIENT (°F DB)
DISCHARGE PRESSURE - PSIG
550
100 120 140 160 180 200 220
SUCTION PRESSURE - PSIG
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FIGURE 19
CHARGING CHART
5.0 TON HP (R410A)
115
SYSTEM CHARGE CHART (COOLING)
500
105
450
95
400
85
75
350
65
300
55
250
200
100
120
140
160
180
200
220
SUCTION PRESSURE - PSIG
550
80
SYSTEM CHARGE CHART (HEATING)
70
500
60
450
INDOOR AMBIENT (°F DB)
DISCHARGE PRESSURE - PSIG
OUTDOOR AMBIENT (°F DB)
DISCHARGE PRESSURE - PSIG
550
400
350
300
250
200
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
180
200
220
SUCTION PRESSURE - PSIG
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47
48
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