mainline® commercial package heat pump

FORM NO. PML-795
Supersedes Form No. PTZ-789
MAINLINE®
COMMERCIAL
PACKAGE HEAT
PUMP
RJNL-B Standard Efficiency
Nominal Sizes 15 Ton [52.8 kW]
ASHRAE 90.1-2007 Compliant Models
Manufactured for
Mainline®
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Table of Contents
RJNL-B
Table of Contents
Unit Features & Benefits ..............................................................................3-7
Model Number Identification ............................................................................8
Options..........................................................................................................9
Selection Procedure ......................................................................................10
General Data
RJNL-B................................................................................................11-12
General Data Notes....................................................................................13
Gross Systems Performance Data
RJNL-B ....................................................................................................14
Airflow Performance
RJNL-B ....................................................................................................15
Electrical Data
RJNL-B ....................................................................................................16
Electric Heater Kits ..................................................................................17-18
Dimensional Data ....................................................................................19-22
Accessories ............................................................................................23-32
Mechanical Specifications ........................................................................33-37
Wiring Diagrams ......................................................................................38-39
Limited Warranty ..........................................................................................40
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Unit Features & Benefits
RJNL-B
RJNL-B STANDARD FEATURES INCLUDE:
• Unit is assembled, wired, charged with R-410A HFC refrigerant
and run tested at the factory.
• Scroll compressors with internal line break overload and
high-pressure protection.
• Two independent refrigerant circuits each with a scroll
compressor provide two stage cooling/heating operation.
• TXV refrigerant metering system on each circuit.
• High Pressure and Low Pressure/Loss of charge protection
standard on all models.
• Solid Core liquid line filter drier on each circuit.
• Each evaporator and condenser coil is constructed as a
single slab to facilitate easy cleaning for maintaining high
efficiencies.
• Cooling operation up to 125 degree F ambient.
• Foil faced insulation encapsulated throughout entire unit
minimizes airborne fibers from the air stream.
• Hinged major access door with heavy-duty gasketing, 1/4
turn latches and door retainers.
• Slide Out Indoor fan assembly for added service
convenience.
• Powder Paint Finish meets ASTMB117 G90 galvanized steel
coated on each side for maximum protection.
• Base pan with drawn supply and return opening for superior
water management.
• Convertible airflow – vertical downflow or horizontal sideflow.
• Forkable base rails for easy handling and lifting.
• Single point electrical connections.
• Internally sloped slide out condensate pan conforms to
ASHRAE 62 standards.
• High performance belt drive motor with variable pitch pulleys
and quick adjust belt system.
• Permanently lubricated evaporator, and condenser motors.
• Condenser motors are internally protected, totally enclosed
with shaft down design.
• 2 inch filter standard with slide out design.
• 24 volt control system with resettable circuit breakers.
• Colored and labeled wiring.
• Copper tube/Aluminum Fin coils.
• Supplemental electric heat provides 100% efficient heating.
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Unit Features & Benefits
RJNL-B
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Mainline Package equipment is designed from the ground up
with the latest features and benefits required to compete in
today’s market. The clean design stands alone in the industry
and is a testament to the quality, reliability, ease of installation
and serviceability that goes into each unit. Outwardly, the large
Mainline Commercial™ label ( 1 ) identifies the brand to the
customer. The sheet-metal cabinet ( 2 ) uses nothing less than
20-gauge material for structural components with an underlying
coat of G90. To ensure the leak-proof integrity of these units, the
design utilizes a top with a 1/8" drip lip ( 3 ), gasket-protected
panels and screws. ( 4 ) The outdoor coil is slanted to protect
from hail. Every Mainline package unit uses the toughest finish
in the industry, using electro deposition baked-on enamel
tested to withstand a rigorous 1000-hour salt spray test, per
ASTM B117.
Anything built to last must start with the right foundation. In
this case, the foundation is 14-gauge, commercial-grade, fullperimeter base rails ( 5 ), which integrate fork slots and rigging
holes to save set-up time on the job site. The base pan is
stamped, which forms a 1-1/8" flange around the supply and
return cover and has eliminated the worry of water entering the
conditioned space ( 6 ). The drainpan ( 7 ) is made of material
that resists the growth of harmful bacteria and is sloped for the
latest IAQ benefits. Furthermore, the drain pan slides out for
easy cleaning. The insulation has been placed on the underside
of the basepan, removing areas that would allow for potential
moisture accumulation, which can facilitate growth of harmful
bacteria. All insulation is secured with both adhesive and
mechanical fasteners, and all edges are hidden.
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During development, each unit was tested to U.L. 1995, AHRI
340-360 and other Mainline-required reliability tests. Mainline
adheres to stringent IS0 9002 quality procedures, and each unit
bears the U.L. and AHRI certification labels located on the unit
nameplate ( 8 ). Contractors can rest assured that when a
Mainline package unit arrives at the job, it is ready to go with
a factory charge and quality checks.
Access to all major compartments is from the front of the unit,
including the filter and electrical compartment, blower compartment, heating section, and outdoor section. Each panel is permanently embossed with the compartment name (control/filter
access, blower access and furnace access).
Electrical and filter compartment access is through a large,
hinged-access panel with 1/4 turn latches. On the outside of the
panel is the unit nameplate, which contains the model and serial
number, electrical data and other important unit information.
The unit charging chart is located on the inside of the electrical
and filter compartment door. Electrical wiring diagrams are
found on the control box cover, which allows contractors to
move them to more readable locations. To the right
of the control box the
model and serial number
can be found. Having this
information on the inside
will assure model identification for the life of the
product. The production
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line quality test assurance
label is also placed in this
location ( 9 ). The two9
inch throwaway filters ( 10 )
are easily removed on a
tracked system for easy
replacement.
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RJNL-B
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A control box component location
legend sticker ( 11 ) is located on the
left interior surface of the control
section to match the components to
the wiring diagram for ease of trouble shooting. Wiring is numbered on
each end of the termination and
color-coded to match the wiring diagram. The control transformer has a
low voltage circuit breaker that trips
if a low voltage electrical short
occurs. There is a blower contactor
and contactor for each compressor.
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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. LED’s on the defrost
control provide diagnostic information for service personnel ( 12 ).
For added convenience in the
field, a factory-installed convenience outlet ( 13 ) is available.
Low and High voltage can enter
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either from the side or through the
base. Low-voltage connections
are made through the low-voltage terminal strip. For ease of
access, the U.L.-required low voltage barrier can be temporarily
removed for low-voltage termination and then reinstalled. The
high-voltage connection is terminated at the high voltage terminal block. The suggested mounting for the field-installed disconnect is on the exterior side of the electrical control box.
The blower compartment is to the right of the control box and
can be accessed by 1/4 turn latches. To allow easy maintenance of the blower assembly, the entire assembly easily slides
out by removing four #10 screws from the blower assembly. The
adjustable motor pulley ( 14 ) can easily be adjusted by loosening the bolts on either side of the motor mount. Removing the
bolts allows for easy removal of the blower pulley by pushing
the blower assembly up to loosen the belt. Once the pulley is
removed, the motor sheave can be adjusted to the desired
number of turns, ranging from 0 to 6 turns open. Where the
demands for the job require high static, Mainline has high-static
drives available that deliver nominal airflow up to 2" of static. By
referring to the airflow performance tables listed in the installation instructions, proper static pressure and CFM requirements
can be dialed in. The scroll housing ( 15 ) and blower scroll provide quiet and efficient airflow. The blower sheave is secured by
an “H” bushing
which firmly
secures the pulley
15
to the blower
shaft for years of
trouble-free operation. The “H”
bushing allows
for easy removal
of the blower pulley from the shaft,
14
as opposed to
the use of a set
screw, which
can score the shaft, creating burrs that make blower-pulley
removal difficult.
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Unit Features & Benefits
RJNL-B
Inside the blower compartment the interlaced
evaporator can also be viewed. The evaporator
uses enhanced fin technology for maximum
heat transfer.
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Also in the blower compartment, the optional
freezestats ( 16 ) protect the compressors if the
evaporator gets too cold (below freezing) due to
low airflow. The optional freezestats clip on the
suction lines near the indoor coil and connect to
the low voltage circuit with the use of polarized
plugs and removable jumper for easy field or factory installation.
Wiring throughout the unit is neatly bundled and routed. Where
wire harnesses go through the condenser bulkhead or blower
deck, a molded wire harness assembly ( 17 ) provides an airtight and water-tight seal, and provides strain relief. Care is also
taken to tuck raw edges of insulation behind sheet metal to
improve indoor air quality.
The auxillary heating compartment contains the latest electric
furnace technology on the market. The 100% efficient electric
furnace can be factoryinstalled or easily fieldinstalled. Built with
ease-of-installation in
mind, the electric furnace is completely wired
up for slide-in, plugand-play installation in
the field. With choices of
up to four kilowatt offerings, the contractor is
assured to get the cor17
rect amount of heating
output to meet the
designed heating load.
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Power hook-up in the field is easy with single-point wiring to a
terminal block ( 18 ) and a polarized plug for the low-voltage
connection ( 19 ). The electric furnace comes with fuses for the
unit ( 20 ) and for the electric furnace ( 21 ), and is UL certified
( 22 ). The electric heating elements are of a wound-wire construction ( 23 ) and isolated with ceramic bushings. The limit
switch ( 24 ) protects the design from over-temperature
conditions.
The compressor compartment houses the heartbeat of the unit.
The scroll compressor ( 25 ) is known for its long life, and for reliable, quiet, and efficient operation. The suction and discharge
lines are designed with shock loops ( 26 ) to absorb the strain
and stress that the starting torque, steady state operation, and
shut down cycle impose on the refrigerant tubing. Each compressor and circuit is independent for built-in redundancy, and
each circuit is clearly marked throughout the system. Each unit
has two stages of efficient cooling operation, first stage is
approximately 50% of second stage.
Unit Features & Benefits
RJNL-B
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In the outdoor section are the external gauge ports ( 27 ). With
the gauge ports mounted externally, an accurate diagnosis of
system operation can be performed quickly and easily. Also
located in this area are the refrigerant safety devices: the lowpressure switches ( 28 ), and the high-pressure switches ( 29 ).
The high-pressure switches will shut off the compressors if
pressures exceeding 610 psig are detected as may occur if the
outdoor fan motor fails. The low pressure switches shut off the
compressors if low pressure is detected due to loss of refrigerant charge. The factory-installed high and low pressure
switches are screwed into schrader valves on the appropriate
high or low side and wired appropriately. The optional low ambient controls ( 30 ) screw to schrader valves on the discharge line.
The low-ambient controls allow cooling mode operation of the
compressors down to 0 degrees ambient temperature by
cycling the outdoor fans on high pressure.
The condenser fan motor ( 31 ) can easily be accessed and
maintained by removing the protective fan grille. The polarized
plug connection allows the motor to be changed quickly and
eliminates the need to snake wires through the unit.
Each unit is
designed for
both downflow
or horizontal
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applications
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( 33 ) for job
configuration
flexibility. The
return air compartment
can also contain an economizer
( 34 ). Two models exits, one for
downflow applications, and one for horizontal
applications. Each unit is pre-wired for the economizer to allow quick plug-in installation. The downflow economizer is also available as a factory-installed option. Power
Exhaust is easily field-installed. The economizer, which provides
free cooling when outdoor conditions are suitable and also provides fresh air to meet local requirements, comes standard with
single enthalpy controls. The controls can be upgraded to dual
enthalpy easily in the field. The direct drive actuator combined
with gear drive dampers has eliminated the need for linkage
adjustment in the field.
The economizer control has a minimum
position setpoint, an
outdoor-air setpoint, a
mix-air setpoint, and a
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CO2 setpoint. Barometric relief is standard on
all economizers. The
power exhaust is housed
in the barometric relief
opening and is easily
slipped in with a plug-in
assembly.
The Mainline roofcurb ( 35 ) is made for toolless assembly at the
jobsite by inserting a pin into the hinged
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corners ( 36 ), which makes the
assembly process quick
and easy.
The outdoor coil uses the latest enhanced fin design ( 32 ) for
the most effective method of heat transfer. The outdoor coil is
slanted to protect the unit from Mother Nature.
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Model Number Identification
RJNL-B
R J N L — B 180 C L 000 X X X
Economizer Option (See Next Page)
Factory Installed Options
(See Next Page)
Electric Heat
000 = No Resistance Heat
020 = 20 kW Resistance Heat
040 = 40 kW Resistance Heat
060 = 60 kW Resistance Heat
075 = 75 kW Resistance Heat
Drive Package
L = Belt Drive
M= Belt Drive—High Static
Electrical Designation
C = 208-230 V, 3 PH, 60 Hz
D = 460 V, 3 PH, 60 Hz
Y = 575 V, 3 PH, 60 Hz
Cooling Capacity (BTUH) [kW]
180 = 180,000 [52.75]
Future Technical Variations
Design
L = R410A Refrigerant
Efficiency Designation
N = ASHRAE 90.1-2007 Compliant
Product Classification
J = Packaged Heat Pump–
Commercial
Tradebrand
R = Mainline
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Options
RJNL-B
FACTORY INSTALLED OPTION CODES FOR RJNL- (B180)
(15 TON) [52.8 kW]
Option Code
Non-Powered
Convenience Outlet
Hail Guard
AA
AD
AG
AP
BY
BJ
JC
CX
Low Ambient/
Freeze Stat
NO OPTIONS
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Example: RJNL-B180CL000XXX (where XX is factory installed option)
Example: No Options
RJNL-B180CL000
Example: No Options with factory installed economizer
RJNL-B180CL000AAF
Example: Options with low ambient/freezestat and no factory installed economizer
RJNL-B180CL000APA
Example: Options same as above with factory installed economizer
RJNL-B180CL000APF
ECONOMIZER SELECTION FOR RJNL- (B180)
Option
Code
A
F
G
No Economizer
Single Enthalpy Economizer*
With Barometric Relief
Single Enthalpy Economizer*
With Barometric Relief and Smoke Detector
x
x
x
“x” indicates factory installed option.
*Downflow economizer only.
Instructions for Factory Installed Option(s) Selection
Note: Three characters following the model number will be utilized to designate a factory-installed option or
combination of options. If no factory option(s) is required, nothing follows the model number.
Step 1. After a basic rooftop model is selected, choose a two-character option code from the FACTORY
INSTALLED OPTION SELECTION TABLE.
Proceed to Step 2.
Step 2. The last option code character is utilized for factory-installed economizers. Choose a character from
the FACTORY INSTALLED ECONOMIZER SELECTION TABLE.
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Selection Procedure
RJNL-B
To select an RJNL-B Heat Pump unit to meet a job requirement,
follow this procedure, with example, using data supplied in this
specification sheet.
5. CALCULATE INDOOR BLOWER BTUH HEAT EFFECT
FROM MOTOR WATTS, STEP 4.
1. DETERMINE COOLING AND HEATING REQUIREMENTS
AND SPECIFIC OPERATING CONDITIONS FROM PLANS
AND SPECS.
6. CALCULATE NET COOLING CAPACITIES, EQUAL TO
GROSS CAPACITY, STEP 3, MINUS INDOOR BLOWER
MOTOR HEAT.
Example:
Voltage—
230 V — 3 Phase — 60 Hz
Total Cooling Capacity—
175,000 BTUH [51.2 kW]
Sensible Cooling Capacity—
140,000 BTUH [41.0 kW]
Heating Capacity—
175,000 BTUH [51.2 kW]
*Condenser Entering Air—
95°F [35.0 °C] DB
*Evaporator Mixed Air Entering— 65°F [18.3 °C] WB
78°F [25.6 °C] DB
*Indoor Air Flow (vertical)—
6400 CFM [3020 L/s]
*External Static Pressure—
0.60 in. WG [.15 kPa]
2,402 x 3.412 = 8,196 BTUH [2.40 kW]
Net Total Capacity = 183,855 – 8,196 =
175,659 BTUH [51.43 kW]
Net Sensible Capacity = 152,520 – 8,196 =
144,324 BTUH [42.26 kW]
7. CALCULATE UNIT INPUT AND JOB EER.
Total Power Input = 14,978 (step 3) + 2,402
(step 4) = 17,380 Watts
EER =
2. SELECT UNIT TO MEET COOLING REQUIREMENTS.
Since total cooling is within the range of a nominal 15 ton
[52.7 kW] unit, enter cooling performance table at 95°F
[35.0 °C] DB condenser inlet air. Interpolate between 63°F
[17.2 °C] WB and 67°F [19.4 °C] WB to determine total and
sensible capacity and power input for 65°F [18.3 °C] WB
evaporator inlet air at 6025 CFM [2843 L/s] indoor air flow
(table basis):
8. SELECT UNIT HEATING CAPACITY.
From Heater Kit Table select kW to meet heating capacity
requirement; multiply kW x 3412 to convert to BTUH
Use 50 kW Heater Kit
Heater Kit Model: RXJJ-CE50C
Heater Kit Capacity: 170,600 BTUH [50.0 kW]
Total Cooling Capacity = 180,250 BTUH [52.78 kW]
Sensible Cooling Capacity = 156,700 BTUH [45.88 kW]
Power Input (Compressor and Cond. Fans) = 14,830 watts
Use formula in note ➀ to determine sensible capacity at 78°F
[26°C] DB evaporator entering air:
Sensible Cooling Capacity = 143,887 BTUH [42.13 kW]
3. CORRECT CAPACITIES OF STEP 2 FOR
ACTUAL AIR FLOW.
Select factors from airflow correction table at 6400 CFM
[3020 L/s] and apply to data obtained in step 2 to obtain
gross capacity:
Total Capacity = 180,250 x 1.02 = 183,855BTUH [53.83 kW]
Sensible Capacity = 143,887 x 1.06 = 152,520 BTUH [44.66 kW]
Power Input = 14,830 x 1.01 = 14,978 Watts
These are Gross Capacities, not corrected for blower motor
heat or power.
4. DETERMINE BLOWER SPEED AND WATTS TO MEET
SYSTEM DESIGN.
Enter Indoor Blower performance table at 6400 CFM
[3020 L/s]. Total ESP (external static pressure) per the spec
of 0.60 in. WG [.15 kPa] includes the system duct and grilles.
Add from the table “Component Air Resistance”, 0.1 in. WG
[.02 kPa] for wet coil, 0.06 in. WG [.01 kPa] for downflow air
flow, for a total selection static pressure of 0.76 (0.8) in. WG
[.20 kPa], and determine:
RPM = 697
WATTS = 2,402
DRIVE = L (standard 3 H.P. motor)
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Net Total BTUH [kW] (step 6) 175,659
=
= 10.11
Power Input, Watts (above)
17,380
Add indoor blower heat effect (STEP 5) to Heater Kit Capacity
to get total heating capacity:
170,600 + 8,196 = 178,796BTUH [52.4 kW]
9. CHOOSE MODEL
RJNL-B180CL040
*NOTE: These operating conditions are typical of a commercial application in a 95°F/79°F [35°C/26°C] design area with indoor design
of 76°F [24°C] DB and 50% RH and 10% ventilation air, with
the unit roof mounted and centered on the zone it conditions
by ducts.
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General Data
RJNL-B
NOM. SIZES 15 TON [52.8 kW] ASHRAE 90.1-2007 COMPLIANT MODELS
Model RJNL
Cooling Performance1
Gross Cooling Capacity Btu [kW]
B180CL
B180CM
B180DL
B180DM
182,000 [53.33]
CONTINUED
182,000 [53.33]
182,000 [53.33]
182,000 [53.33]
10.7/NA
10.7/NA
10.7/NA
10.7/NA
Nominal CFM/AHRI Rated CFM [L/s]
6000/6025 [2831/2843]
6000/6025 [2831/2843]
6000/6025 [2831/2843]
6000/6025 [2831/2843]
AHRI Net Cooling Capacity Btu [kW]
176,000 [51.57]
176,000 [51.57]
176,000 [51.57]
176,000 [51.57]
Net Sensible Capacity Btu [kW]
133,600 [39.14]
133,600 [39.14]
133,600 [39.14]
133,600 [39.14]
Net Latent Capacity Btu [kW]
42,400 [12.42]
42,400 [12.42]
42,400 [12.42]
42,400 [12.42]
IEER3
11.5
11.5
11.5
11.5
Net System Power [kW]
16.53
16.53
16.53
16.53
170,000 [49.81]
170,000 [49.81]
170,000 [49.81]
170,000 [49.81]
13.84/3.6
13.84/3.6
13.84/3.6
13.84/3.6
104,000 [30.47]
104,000 [30.47]
104,000 [30.47]
104,000 [30.47]
12.7/2.4
12.7/2.4
12.7/2.4
12.7/2.4
2/Scroll
2/Scroll
2/Scroll
2/Scroll
91
91
91
91
Louvered
Rifled
Louvered
Rifled
Louvered
Rifled
Louvered
Rifled
Tube Size in. [mm] OD
0.375 [9.5]
0.375 [9.5]
0.375 [9.5]
0.375 [9.5]
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
53.3 [4.95]
53.3 [4.95]
53.3 [4.95]
53.3 [4.95]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
1 / 22 [9]
1 / 22 [9]
1 / 22 [9]
1 / 22 [9]
Refrigerant Control
TXV
TXV
TXV
TXV
Indoor Coil—Fin Type
Tube Type
Louvered
Rifled
Louvered
Rifled
Louvered
Rifled
Louvered
Rifled
EER/SEER2
Heating Performance (Heat Pumps)
High Temp. Btuh [kW] Rating
System Power KW / COP
Low Temp. Btuh [kW] Rating
System Power KW / COP
Compressor
No./Type
Outdoor Sound Rating (dB)4
Outdoor Coil—Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm]
0.375 [9.5]
0.375 [9.5]
0.375 [9.5]
0.375 [9.5]
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
26.67 [2.48]
26.67 [2.48]
26.67 [2.48]
26.67 [2.48]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
2 / 18 [7]
2 / 18 [7]
2 / 18 [7]
2 / 18 [7]
Refrigerant Control
TX Valves
TX Valves
TX Valves
TX Valves
Drain Connection No./Size in. [mm]
1/1 [25.4]
1/1 [25.4]
1/1 [25.4]
1/1 [25.4]
Propeller
4/24 [609.6]
Propeller
4/24 [609.6]
Propeller
4/24 [609.6]
Propeller
4/24 [609.6]
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
Direct/1
Direct/1
Direct/1
Direct/1
16000 [7550]
16000 [7550]
16000 [7550]
16000 [7550]
4 at 1/3 HP
4 at 1/3 HP
4 at 1/3 HP
4 at 1/3 HP
1075
1075
1075
1075
FC Centrifugal
2/18x9 [457x229]
FC Centrifugal
2/18x9 [457x229]
FC Centrifugal
2/18x9 [457x229]
FC Centrifugal
2/18x9 [457x229]
Belt/Variable
Belt/Variable
Belt/Variable
Belt/Variable
No. Motors
1
1
1
1
Motor HP
3
5
3
5
1725
1725
1725
1725
Motor RPM
Motor Frame Size
Filter—Type
Furnished
56
184
56
184
Disposable
Yes
Disposable
Yes
Disposable
Yes
Disposable
Yes
(NO.) Size Recommended in. [mm x mm x mm] (8)2x25x20 [51x635x508]
(8)2x25x20 [51x635x508]
(8)2x25x20 [51x635x508]
(8)2x25x20 [51x635x508]
200/193.6 [5670/5489]
200/193.6 [5670/5489]
200/193.6 [5670/5489]
200/193.6 [5670/5489]
Net Weight lbs. [kg]
1826 [828]
1855 [841]
1958 [888]
1987 [901]
Ship Weight lbs. [kg]
1926 [874]
1955 [887]
2058 [934]
2087 [947]
Refrigerant Charge Oz. (Sys. 1/Sys. 2) [g]
Weights
See Page 13 for Notes.
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General Data
RJNL-B
NOM. SIZES 15 TON [52.8 kW] ASHRAE 90.1-2007 COMPLIANT MODELS
Model RJNL
Cooling Performance1
Gross Cooling Capacity Btu [kW]
EER/SEER2
B180YL
B180YM
182,000 [53.33]
182,000 [53.33]
10.7/NA
10.7/NA
Nominal CFM/AHRI Rated CFM [L/s]
6000/6025 [2831/2843]
6000/6025 [2831/2843]
AHRI Net Cooling Capacity Btu [kW]
176,000 [51.57]
176,000 [51.57]
Net Sensible Capacity Btu [kW]
133,600 [39.14]
133,600 [39.14]
Net Latent Capacity Btu [kW]
42,400 [12.42]
42,400 [12.42]
IEER3
11.5
11.5
Net System Power [kW]
16.53
16.53
170,000 [49.81]
170,000 [49.81]
Heating Performance (Heat Pumps)
High Temp. Btuh [kW] Rating
System Power KW / COP
Low Temp. Btuh [kW] Rating
System Power KW / COP
Compressor
No./Type
13.84/3.6
13.84/3.6
104,000 [30.47]
104,000 [30.47]
12.7/2.4
12.7/2.4
2/Scroll
2/Scroll
91
91
Louvered
Rifled
Louvered
Rifled
Tube Size in. [mm] OD
0.375 [9.5]
0.375 [9.5]
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
53.3 [4.95]
53.3 [4.95]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
1 / 22 [9]
1 / 22 [9]
Refrigerant Control
TXV
TXV
Indoor Coil—Fin Type
Tube Type
Louvered
Rifled
Louvered
Rifled
Outdoor Sound Rating (dB)4
Outdoor Coil—Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm]
0.375 [9.5]
0.375 [9.5]
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
26.67 [2.48]
26.67 [2.48]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
2 / 18 [7]
2 / 18 [7]
Refrigerant Control
TX Valves
TX Valves
Drain Connection No./Size in. [mm]
1/1 [25.4]
1/1 [25.4]
Propeller
4/24 [609.6]
Propeller
4/24 [609.6]
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
Direct/1
Direct/1
16000 [7550]
4 at 1/3 HP
16000 [7550]
4 at 1/3 HP
1075
1075
FC Centrifugal
2/18x9 [457x229]
FC Centrifugal
2/18x9 [457x229]
Belt/Variable
Belt/Variable
No. Motors
1
1
Motor HP
3
5
1725
1725
Motor RPM
Motor Frame Size
56
184
Disposable
Yes
Disposable
Yes
(8)2x25x20 [51x635x508]
(8)2x25x20 [51x635x508]
200/193.6 [5670/5489]
200/193.6 [5670/5489]
Net Weight lbs. [kg]
1826 [828]
1855 [841]
Ship Weight lbs. [kg]
1926 [874]
1955 [887]
Filter—Type
Furnished
(NO.) Size Recommended in. [mm x mm x mm]
Refrigerant Charge Oz. (Sys. 1/Sys. 2) [g]
Weights
See Page 13 for Notes.
[
12
] Designates Metric Conversions
Mainline®
General Data Notes
RJNL-B
NOTES:
1. Cooling Performance is rated at 95° F ambient, 80° F entering dry bulb, 67° F entering wet bulb. Gross capacity does
not include the effect of fan motor heat. AHRI capacity is net and includes the effect of fan motor heat. Units are
suitable for operation to ⫾20% of nominal cfm. Units are certified in accordance with the Unitary Air Source Heat
Pump 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. IEER is rated in accordance with AHRI Standard 210/240 or 340/360. Units are rated at 80° F ambient, 80° F entering
dry bulb, and 67° F entering wet bulb at AHRI rated cfm.
4. Outdoor Sound Rating shown is tested in accordance with AHRI Standard 270.
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Gross Systems Performance Data
RJNL-B
COOLING PERFORMANCE DATA—RJNL-B180
ENTERING INDOOR AIR @ 80°F [26.7°C] dbE ➀
wbE
CFM [L/s]
DR ➀
Total BTUH [kW]
75
Sens BTUH [kW]
[23.9]
Power
O
Total BTUH [kW]
U
80
T
Sens BTUH [kW]
[26.7]
D
Power
O
O
Total BTUH [kW]
85
R
Sens BTUH [kW]
[29.4]
Power
D
R
Total BTUH [kW]
Y
90
Sens BTUH [kW]
[32.2]
B
Power
U
Total BTUH [kW]
L
95
B
Sens BTUH [kW]
[35]
Power
T
E
Total BTUH [kW]
100
M
Sens BTUH [kW]
P [37.8]
Power
E
R
Total BTUH [kW]
105
A
T [40.6] Sens BTUH [kW]
Power
U
R
Total BTUH [kW]
E
110
Sens BTUH [kW]
[43.3]
°F
Power
[°C]
Total BTUH [kW]
115
Sens BTUH [kW]
[46.1]
Power
DR —Depression ratio
dbE —Entering air dry bulb
wbE —Entering air wet bulb
7200 [3398]
.07
71°F [21.7°C]
6025 [2843]
.10
4800 [2265]
.13
7200 [3398]
.07
67°F [19.4°C]
6025 [2843]
.10
4800 [2265]
.13
7200 [3398]
.07
63°F [17.2°C]
6025 [2843]
.10
4800 [2265]
.13
217.9 [63.9]
140.1 [41.1]
12.5
213.9 [62.7]
138.3 [40.5]
13.1
209.6 [61.4]
136.5 [40.0]
13.8
204.8 [60.0]
134.2 [39.3]
14.5
199.7 [58.5]
131.8 [38.6]
15.2
194.1 [56.9]
129.0 [37.8]
16.1
188.1 [55.1]
126.0 [36.9]
16.9
181.7 [53.3]
122.7 [36.0]
17.8
174.9 [51.3]
119.2 [34.9]
18.8
210.4 [61.7]
120.9 [35.4]
12.3
206.6 [60.5]
119.5 [35.0]
12.9
202.4 [59.3]
117.9 [34.6]
13.5
197.8 [58.0]
116.0 [34.0]
14.2
192.8 [56.5]
113.9 [33.4]
15.0
187.4 [54.9]
111.5 [32.7]
15.8
181.7 [53.3]
109.1 [32.0]
16.6
175.5 [51.4]
106.3 [31.2]
17.5
168.9 [49.5]
103.3 [30.3]
18.5
202.6 [59.4]
102.4 [30.0]
12.1
199.0 [58.3]
101.3 [29.7]
12.7
194.9 [57.1]
99.9 [29.3]
13.3
190.5 [55.8]
98.4 [28.8]
14.0
185.7 [54.4]
96.7 [28.3]
14.7
180.5 [52.9]
94.7 [27.8]
15.5
175.0 [51.3]
92.7 [27.2]
16.3
169.0 [49.5]
90.3 [26.5]
17.2
162.7 [47.7]
87.9 [25.8]
18.2
206.5 [60.5]
167.6 [49.1]
12.3
202.6 [59.4]
165.8 [48.6]
12.9
198.2 [58.1]
163.9 [48.0]
13.6
193.5 [56.7]
161.7 [47.4]
14.3
188.3 [55.2]
159.2 [46.7]
15.1
182.7 [53.5]
156.5 [45.9]
15.9
176.7 [51.8]
153.4 [45.0]
16.8
170.4 [49.9]
150.2 [44.0]
17.7
163.6 [47.9]
146.7 [43.0]
18.7
199.4 [58.4]
146.5 [42.9]
12.1
195.6 [57.3]
145.0 [42.5]
12.7
191.4 [56.1]
143.4 [42.0]
13.4
186.8 [54.7]
141.5 [41.5]
14.1
181.9 [53.3]
139.5 [40.9]
14.8
176.5 [51.7]
137.2 [40.2]
15.6
170.7 [50.0]
134.6 [39.5]
16.5
164.5 [48.2]
131.8 [38.6]
17.4
158.0 [46.3]
128.9 [37.8]
18.3
192.1 [56.3]
126.0 [36.9]
11.9
188.4 [55.2]
124.7 [36.6]
12.5
184.4 [54.0]
123.5 [36.2]
13.1
179.9 [52.7]
121.8 [35.7]
13.8
175.1 [51.3]
120.1 [35.2]
14.5
169.9 [49.8]
118.2 [34.7]
15.3
164.4 [48.2]
116.1 [34.0]
16.2
158.4 [46.4]
113.8 [33.4]
17.1
152.1 [44.6]
111.3 [32.6]
18.0
199.0 [58.3]
190.5 [55.8]
12.2
195.0 [57.1]
188.7 [55.3]
12.8
190.7 [55.9]
186.8 [54.8]
13.4
185.9 [54.5]
184.5 [54.1]
14.1
180.8 [53.0]
180.8 [53.0]
14.9
175.2 [51.3]
175.2 [51.4]
15.7
169.2 [49.6]
169.2 [49.6]
16.6
162.8 [47.7]
162.8 [47.7]
17.5
156.0 [45.7]
156.0 [45.7]
18.5
192.2 [56.3]
167.8 [49.2]
12.0
188.4 [55.2]
166.4 [48.8]
12.6
184.2 [54.0]
164.7 [48.3]
13.2
179.6 [52.6]
162.8 [47.7]
13.9
174.6 [51.2]
160.7 [47.1]
14.7
169.2 [49.6]
158.4 [46.4]
15.5
163.4 [47.9]
155.8 [45.7]
16.3
157.3 [46.1]
153.2 [44.9]
17.2
150.7 [44.2]
150.2 [44.0]
18.2
185.1 [54.2]
145.5 [42.7]
11.8
181.4 [53.2]
144.3 [42.3]
12.3
177.4 [52.0]
142.9 [41.9]
13.0
172.9 [50.7]
141.3 [41.4]
13.7
168.1 [49.3]
139.6 [40.9]
14.4
163.0 [47.8]
137.8 [40.4]
15.2
157.4 [46.1]
135.6 [39.8]
16.0
151.4 [44.4]
133.3 [39.1]
16.9
145.1 [42.5]
130.9 [38.4]
17.9
Total —Total capacity x 1000 BTUH
Sens —Sensible capacity x 1000 BTUH
Power —KW input
NOTES:
➀ When the entering air dry bulb is other than 80°F [27°C], adjust the sensible capacity
from the table by adding [1.10 x CFM x (1 – DR) x (dbE – 80)].
HEATING PERFORMANCE DATA—RJNL-B180
IDB
CFM [L/s]
O
U
T
D
O
O
R
D
R
Y
B
U
L
B
T
E
M
P
E
R
A
T
U
R
E
°F
[°C]
0
[-17.8]
5
[-15]
10
[-12.2]
15
[-9.4]
20
[-6.7]
25
[-3.9]
30
[-1.1]
35
[1.7]
40
[4.4]
45
[7.2]
50
[10]
Total BTUH [kW]
Power
Total BTUH [kW]
Power
Total BTUH [kW]
Power
Total BTUH [kW]
Power
Total BTUH [kW]
Power
Total BTUH [kW]
Power
Total BTUH [kW]
Power
Total BTUH [kW]
Power
Total BTUH [kW]
Power
Total BTUH [kW]
Power
Total BTUH [kW]
Power
IDB—Indoor air dry bulb
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Mainline®
7200 [3398]
60°F [15.5°C]
6025 [2843]
4800 [2265]
7200 [3398]
70°F [21.1°C]
6025 [2843]
4800 [2265]
7200 [3398]
80°F [26.7°C]
6025 [2843]
4800 [2265]
67.5 [19.8]
8.9
78.5 [23.0]
9.2
89.5 [26.2]
9.4
100.6 [29.5]
9.6
111.6 [32.7]
9.8
122.7 [36.0]
10.0
133.7 [39.2]
10.2
144.7 [42.4]
10.4
155.8 [45.7]
10.6
166.8 [48.9]
10.8
177.8 [52.1]
11.0
66.5 [19.5]
9.2
77.4 [22.7]
9.4
88.3 [25.9]
9.6
99.2 [29.1]
9.8
110.1 [32.3]
10.0
121.0 [35.5]
10.2
131.9 [38.7]
10.4
142.7 [41.8]
10.6
153.6 [45.0]
10.9
164.5 [48.2]
11.1
175.4 [51.4]
11.3
65.6 [19.2]
9.4
76.3 [22.4]
9.6
87.0 [25.5]
9.8
97.8 [28.7]
10.1
108.5 [31.8]
10.3
119.2 [34.9]
10.5
129.9 [38.1]
10.7
140.7 [41.2]
10.9
151.4 [44.4]
11.1
162.1 [47.5]
11.3
172.9 [50.7]
11.6
62.7 [18.4]
9.9
73.7 [21.6]
10.1
84.8 [24.9]
10.3
95.8 [28.1]
10.5
106.8 [31.3]
10.7
117.9 [34.6]
10.9
128.9 [37.8]
11.1
139.9 [41.0]
11.3
151.0 [44.3]
11.5
162.0 [47.5]
11.7
173.1 [50.7]
12.0
61.8 [18.1]
10.1
72.7 [21.3]
10.4
83.6 [24.5]
10.6
94.5 [27.7]
10.8
105.4 [30.9]
11.0
116.2 [34.1]
11.2
127.1 [37.2]
11.4
138.0 [40.4]
11.6
148.9 [43.6]
11.8
159.8 [46.8]
12.0
170.7 [50.0]
12.2
60.9 [17.8]
10.4
71.6 [21.0]
10.6
82.4 [24.1]
10.8
93.1 [27.3]
11.1
103.8 [30.4]
11.3
114.6 [33.6]
11.5
125.3 [36.7]
11.7
136.0 [39.9]
11.9
146.7 [43.0]
12.1
157.5 [46.2]
12.3
168.2 [49.3]
12.6
57.9 [17.0]
11.2
68.9 [20.2]
11.4
80.0 [23.4]
11.6
91.0 [26.7]
11.8
102.0 [29.9]
12.0
113.1 [33.1]
12.2
124.1 [36.4]
12.4
135.1 [39.6]
12.6
146.2 [42.8]
12.8
157.2 [46.1]
13.0
168.3 [49.3]
13.2
57.1 [16.7]
11.5
68.0 [19.9]
11.7
78.9 [23.1]
11.9
89.7 [26.3]
12.1
100.6 [29.5]
12.3
111.5 [32.7]
12.5
122.4 [35.9]
12.7
133.3 [39.1]
12.9
144.2 [42.3]
13.2
155.1 [45.5]
13.4
166.0 [48.6]
13.6
56.3 [16.5]
11.8
67.0 [19.6]
12.0
77.7 [22.8]
12.2
88.4 [25.9]
12.4
99.2 [29.1]
12.6
109.9 [32.2]
12.8
120.6 [35.3]
13.1
131.4 [38.5]
13.3
142.1 [41.6]
13.5
152.8 [44.8]
13.7
163.5 [47.9]
13.9
[
] Designates Metric Conversions
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
— 570
—
—
—
— 579
—
—
—
— 589
—
— 574 1822 599
—
— 584 1930 609
570 1897 595 2042 619
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1650
1750
1854
1961
2072
2185
—
—
—
—
—
576
585
595
604
614
623
633
643
—
—
—
—
—
1588
1683
1783
1885
1991
2099
2211
2327
1
733
2
701
L
3.0 [2237.1]
BK105H
1VL-44
3
4
669
640
—
—
575
583
592
601
610
619
628
637
647
656
666
583
591
600
608
616
625
634
643
652
661
670
679
689
5
605
—
—
1442
1530
1621
1715
1813
1913
2017
2125
2235
2349
2466
1
927
1508
1593
1681
1772
1866
1964
2065
2169
2276
2386
2500
2617
2737
632
640
648
655
663
672
680
688
697
705
714
723
732
656
663
671
678
686
694
702
710
718
727
735
744
753
2
903
1621
1707
1797
1890
1986
2085
2187
2293
2402
2514
2629
2748
2870
5000
[2360]
0.04
[0.01]
0.05
[0.01]
0.10
[0.02]
0.01
[0.00]
0.25
[0.06]
4800
[2265]
0.03
[0.01]
0.05
[0.01]
0.09
[0.02]
0.00
[0.00]
0.21
[0.05]
0.05
[0.01]
0.05
[0.01]
0.10
[0.02]
0.01
[0.00]
0.28
[0.07]
5200
[2454]
0.06
[0.01]
0.05
[0.01]
0.11
[0.03]
0.02
[0.00]
0.32
[0.08]
5400
[2549]
1841
1930
2023
2119
2218
2321
2426
2535
2648
2763
2882
3003
3127
Mainline®
0.90
0.98
0.87
0.98
SENSIBLE MBTUH
POWER kW
0.92
0.99
5200
[2454]
0.98
0.94
0.99
5400
[2549]
0.98
0.97
0.99
5600
[2643]
0.99
0.99
1.00
5800
[2737]
1.00
NOTES: Multiply correction factor times gross performance data–resulting sensible capacity cannot exceed total capacity.
5000
[2360]
0.97
4800
[2265]
0.97
AIRFLOW CORRECTION FACTORS—15 TON [52.8 kW]
ACTUAL—CFM
[L/s]
TOTAL MBTUH
701
708
715
722
729
737
744
752
760
768
776
785
793
723
729
736
743
750
757
765
773
780
788
796
804
812
5
808
1947
2038
2133
2231
2331
2436
2543
2653
2767
2884
2984
3124
3270
0.10
[0.02]
0.06
[0.01]
0.16
[0.04]
0.05
[0.01]
0.54
[0.13]
6600
[3115]
1.02
1.00
6000
[2832]
1.00
5600
5800
6000
6200
6400
[2643] [2737] [2832] [2926] [3020]
Resistance — Inches of Water [kPa]
0.06
0.07
0.08
0.09
0.10
[0.01] [0.02] [0.02] [0.02] [0.02]
0.05
0.05
0.05
0.06
0.06
[0.01] [0.01] [0.01] [0.01] [0.01]
0.12
0.13
0.13
0.14
0.15
[0.03] [0.03] [0.03] [0.03] [0.04]
0.02
0.03
0.03
0.04
0.04
[0.00] [0.01] [0.01] [0.01] [0.01]
0.35
0.39
0.43
0.46
0.50
[0.09] [0.10] [0.11] [0.11] [0.12]
NOTE: Add component resistance to duct resistance to determine total external static pressure.
Downflow Economizer
R.A. Damper Open
Horizontal Economizer
R.A. Damper Open
Concentric Grill RXRN-AD80 or
RXRN-AD81 & Transition RXMC-CJ07
Downflow
Wet Coil
CFM
[L/s]
679
686
693
701
708
716
724
731
739
748
756
764
773
M
5.0 [3728.5]
BK105H
1VP-56
3
4
873
840
1732
1820
1911
2005
2103
2204
2308
2415
2526
2640
2756
2877
3000
744
750
757
764
770
778
785
792
800
808
815
823
831
6
775
2052
2145
2241
2340
2442
2548
2657
2728
2852
2984
3121
3265
3416
2154
2248
2346
2447
2551
2614
2731
2854
2983
3119
3262
3410
3566
764
771
777
784
791
798
805
812
819
827
834
842
849
2254
2350
2410
2512
2620
2735
2856
2984
3118
3258
3405
3559
3719
785
791
797
804
810
817
824
831
838
845
853
860
868
2326
2420
2520
2626
2739
2858
2984
3116
3255
3400
3552
3710
3875
805
811
817
823
830
836
843
850
856
863
871
878
885
2430
2528
2633
2744
2861
2985
3116
3253
3396
3546
3702
3865
4035
825
830
836
842
849
855
861
868
875
881
888
895
902
2537
2640
2749
2865
2987
3116
3251
3392
3541
3695
3856
4024
4198
844
850
855
861
867
873
879
886
892
899
905
912
919
2647
2755
2869
2989
3116
3249
3389
3535
3688
3847
4013
4185
4364
863
868
874
879
885
891
897
903
909
916
922
929
—
2761
2873
2992
3117
3248
3386
3531
3682
3839
4003
4173
4350
—
881
887
892
897
903
909
914
920
926
—
—
—
—
2878
2995
3118
3248
3384
3527
3676
3832
3994
—
—
—
—
1.04
1.00
6200
[2926]
1.01
0.11
[0.03]
0.07
[0.02]
0.16
[0.04]
0.05
[0.01]
0.57
[0.14]
6800
[3209]
0.12
[0.03]
0.08
[0.02]
0.17
[0.04]
0.06
[0.01]
0.61
[0.15]
7000
[3304]
1.06
1.01
6400
[3020]
1.02
0.13
[0.03]
0.08
[0.02]
0.18
[0.04]
0.06
[0.01]
0.64
[0.16]
7200
[3398]
1.09
1.01
6600
[3115]
1.02
[
1.14
1.02
7000
[3304]
1.03
1.16
1.02
7200
[3398]
1.04
] Designates Metric Conversions
1.11
1.01
6800
[3209]
1.03
3. Re-adjustment of sheave required to achieve rated airflow at AHRI minimum External Static Pressure.
4. Drive data shown is for horizontal airflow with dry coil. Add component resistance (below) to duct resistance to determine total External Static Pressure.
608
616
624
632
640
649
657
666
674
683
692
701
711
6
572
1393
1476
1562
1652
1745
1840
1940
2042
2148
2257
2369
2484
2602
COMPONENT AIR RESISTANCE—15 TON [52.8 kW]
NOTES: 1. Factory sheave settings are shown in bold type.
2. Do not set motor sheave below minimum turns open shown.
Drive Package
Motor H.P. [W]
Blower Sheave
Motor Sheave
Turns Open
RPM
NOTE: L-Drive left of bold line, M-Drive right of bold line.
4800 [2265]
5000 [2359]
5200 [2454]
5400 [2548]
5600 [2643]
5800 [2737]
6000 [2831]
6200 [2926]
6400 [3020]
6600 [3114]
6800 [3209]
7000 [3303]
7200 [3398]
Model RJNL-B180 Voltage 208/230, 460, 575 — 3 Phase
Air
External Static Pressure—Inches of Water [kPa]
Flow
0.1 [.02] 0.2 [.05] 0.3 [.07] 0.4 [.10] 0.5 [.12] 0.6 [.15] 0.7 [.17] 0.8 [.20] 0.9 [.22] 1.0 [.25] 1.1 [.27] 1.2 [.30] 1.3 [.32] 1.4 [.35] 1.5 [.37] 1.6 [.40] 1.7 [.42] 1.8 [.45] 1.9 [.47] 2.0 [.50]
CFM [L/s]
RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W
AIRFLOW PERFORMANCE—15 TON [52.8 kW]–SIDEFLOW
Airflow Performance
RJNL-B
15
Electrical Data
RJNL-B
Evaporator Fan
Compressor Motor
Compressor Motor
Unit Information
ELECTRICAL DATA – RJNL
16
Unit Operating
Voltage Range
Volts
Minimum Circuit Ampacity
Minimum Overcurrent
Protection Device Size
Maximum Overcurrent
Protection Device Size
No.
Volts
B180CL
B180CM
B180DL
B180DM
B180YL
B180YM
187-253
187-253
414-506
414-506
518-632
518-632
208/230
208/230
460
460
575
575
78/78
81/81
38
40
28
30
90/90
90/90
45
45
30
35
100/100
100/100
45
50
35
35
2
200/230
2
200/230
2
460
2
460
2
575
2
575
Phase
3
3
3
3
3
3
RPM
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
7
HP, Compressor 1
7
7
7
7
7
Amps (RLA), Comp. 1
25/25
25/25
12.2
12.2
9
9
Amps (LRA), Comp. 1
164/164
164/164
100
100
78
78
HP, Compressor 2
7
7
7
7
7
7
Amps (RLA), Comp. 2
Amps (LRA), Comp. 2
No.
Volts
25/25
164/164
4
208/230
25/25
164/164
4
208/230
12.2
100
4
460
12.2
100
4
460
9
78
4
575
9
78
4
575
Phase
1
1
1
1
1
1
HP
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
Amps (FLA, each)
Amps (LRA, each)
No.
Volts
2.4/2.4
4.7/4.7
1
208/230
2.4/2.4
4.7/4.7
1
208/230
1.4
2.4
1
460
1.4
2.4
1
460
1
1.8
1
575
1
1.8
1
575
Phase
3
3
3
3
3
3
HP
3
5
3
5
3
5
Amps (FLA, each)
11.5/11.5
14.9/14.9
4.6
6.6
3.5
5.3
Amps (LRA, each)
74.5/74.5
82.6/82.6
38.1
46.3
20
39.4
Mainline®
No. of
Sequence
Steps
—
1
2
2
2
—
1
2
2
2
No Heat
CE20D
CE40D
CE60D
CE75D
No Heat
CE20D
CE40D
CE60D
CE75D
—
1
2
2
2
—
1
2
2
2
No Heat
CE20C
CE40C
CE60C
CE75C
No Heat
CE20C
CE40C
CE60C
CE75C
RXJJHeater Kit
Nominal kW
No. of
Sequence
Steps
RXJJHeater Kit
Nominal kW
—
49.13/65.5
98.25/130.66
147.38/196.16
184.22/245.29
—
49.13/65.5
98.25/130.66
147.38/196.16
184.22/245.29
Heater
kBTU/Hr @
280/240V
—
40/46.2
79.9/92.2
119.9/138.3
149.8/172.8
—
40/46.2
79.9/92.2
119.9/138.3
149.8/172.8
Heater
Amps @
280/240V
Air Conditioner
Over Current
Unit Min. Ckt.
Protective Device Size
Ampacity @
Min./Max
Min./Max.
280/240V
280/240V
280/240V
78/78
90/100
90/100
128/136
150/150
150/150
178/194
200/200
225/225
228/251
250/250
300/300
266/295
300/300
350/350
81/81
90/100
90/100
131/139
150/150
175/175
181/197
200/200
225/225
231/254
250/250
300/300
269/298
300/300
350/350
—
50/58
100/116
150/173
188/217
—
50/58
100/116
150/173
188/217
Min. Ckt.
Ampacity
280/240V
—
50/60
100/125
150/175
200/225
—
50/60
100/125
150/175
200/225
Max. Fuse
Size
280/240V
Heater Kit
Air Conditioner
Over Current
Min. Circuit
Protective Device Size
Ampacity
Min./Max.
Min./Max.
280/240V
280/240V
280/240V
78/78
90/100
90/100
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
81/81
90/100
90/100
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
19.2
38.4
57.6
72
—
19.2
38.4
57.6
72
Rated Heater
kW @
480V
Heater Kit
—
65.5
131
196.5
245.63
—
65.5
131
196.5
245.63
Heater
kBTU/Hr @
480V
—
23.1
46.2
69.3
86.6
—
23.1
46.2
69.3
86.6
Heater
Amps @
480V
Air Conditioner
Over Current
Unit Min. Ckt.
Protective Device Size
Ampacity @
Min./Max
Min./Max.
480V
480V
480V
38
45/45
—
67
80/80
—
96
110/110
—
125
150/150
—
147
175/175
—
40
45/50
—
69
80/80
—
98
110/110
—
127
150/150
—
149
175/175
—
—
29
58
87
109
—
29
58
87
109
Min. Ckt.
Ampacity
480V
—
30
60
90
110
—
30
60
90
110
Max. Fuse
Size
480V
Heater Kit
Air Conditioner
Over Current
Min. Circuit
Protective Device Size
Ampacity
Min./Max.
Min./Max.
480V
480V
480V
38
45/45
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
40
45/50
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
480 VOLT, THREE PHASE, 60 HZ, AUXILIARY ELECTRIC HEATER KITS CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATION
Single Power Supply for Both Unit and Heater Kit
Separate Power Supply for Both Unit and Heater Kit
—
14.4/19.2
28.8/38.3
43.2/57.5
54/71.9
—
14.4/19.2
28.8/38.3
43.2/57.5
54/71.9
Rated Heater
kW @
280/240V
*= For Canadian use only. Uses “P” fuses for inductive circuit.
+ = Field installed only.
B180DM
B180DL
Model
No.
RJNL-
B180CM
B180CL
Model
No.
RJNL-
Heater Kit
280/240 VOLT, THREE PHASE, 60 HZ, AUXILIARY ELECTRIC HEATER KITS CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATION
Single Power Supply for Both Unit and Heater Kit
Separate Power Supply for Both Unit and Heater Kit
Electric Heater Kits
RJNL-B
Mainline®
17
18
Mainline®
No. of
Sequence
Steps
—
1
2
2
2
—
1
2
2
2
RXJJHeater Kit
Nominal kW
No Heat
CE20Y
CE40Y
CE60Y
CE75Y
No Heat
CE20Y
CE40Y
CE60Y
CE75Y
—
19.2
38.4
57.6
72
—
19.2
38.4
57.6
72
Rated Heater
kW @
600V
*= For Canadian use only. Uses “P” fuses for inductive circuit.
+ = Field installed only.
B180YM
B180YL
Model
No.
RJNL-
Heater Kit
—
65.5
131
196.5
245.63
—
65.5
131
196.5
245.63
Heater
kBTU/Hr @
600V
—
18.5
37
55.4
69.3
—
18.5
37
55.4
69.3
Heater
Amps @
600V
Air Conditioner
Over Current
Unit Min. Ckt.
Protective Device Size
Ampacity @
Min./Max
Min./Max.
600V
600V
600V
28
30/35
—
52
60/60
—
75
80/80
—
98
110/110
—
115
125/125
—
30
35/35
—
54
60/60
—
77
90/90
—
100
110/110
—
117
125/125
—
—
24
47
70
87
—
24
47
70
87
Min. Ckt.
Ampacity
600V
—
25
50
70
90
—
25
50
70
90
Max. Fuse
Size
600V
Heater Kit
Air Conditioner
Over Current
Min. Circuit
Protective Device Size
Ampacity
Min./Max.
Min./Max.
600V
600V
600V
28
30/35
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
30
35/35
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
600 VOLT, THREE PHASE, 60 HZ, AUXILIARY ELECTRIC HEATER KITS CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATION
Single Power Supply for Both Unit and Heater Kit
Separate Power Supply for Both Unit and Heater Kit
Electric Heater Kits
RJNL-B
Dimensional Data
RJNL-B
SELF-CONTAINED
HEAT PUMP
BOTTOM VIEW
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Dimensional Data
RJNL-B
SELF-CONTAINED
HEAT PUMP
SUPPLY AND RETURN DIMENSIONS FOR HORIZONTAL APPLICATIONS
DUCT SIDE VIEW (REAR)
SUPPLY AND RETURN DIMENSIONS FOR DOWNFLOW APPLICATIONS
[
BOTTOM VIEW
20
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] Designates Metric Conversions
Dimensional Data
RJNL-B
UNIT DIMENSIONS SELF-CONTAINED HEAT PUMP
WEIGHTS
Accessory
Economizer–Downflow
Economizer–Horizontal
Power Exhaust
Fresh Air Damper (Manual)
Fresh Air Damper (Motorized)
Roof Curb 14"
Shipping—lbs [kg]
155 [70.31]
165 [74.84]
44 [19.96]
51 [23.13]
46 [20.87]
170 [77.11]
Operating—lbs [kg]
146 [66.22]
155 [70.31]
42 [19.05]
40 [18.14]
35 [15.88]
164 [74.39]
A
32%
Corner Weights by Percentage
B
C
D
27%
16%
24%
*Note: Corner weights measured at base of unit.
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Dimensional Data
RJNL-B
SLAB INSTALLATION
CLEARANCES
The following minimum clearances are
recommended for proper unit performance
and serviceability.
Recommended
Clearance In. [mm]
80 [2032]
18 [457]
18 [457]
18 [457]
60 [1524]
Location
*A - Front
*B - Condenser Coil
+C - Duct Side
*D - Evaporator End
*E - Above
*Without Economizer 18" [457 mm].
With Economizer 48" [1219 mm].
+ Without Horizontal Economizer 18" [457 mm].
With Horizontal Economizer 42" [1067 mm].
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Accessories
RJNL-B
FIELD INSTALLED ACCESSORY EQUIPMENT–SELF CONTAINED HEAT PUMP
New Descriptions
Electric Heaters
Downflow Economizer w/Single Enthalpy
Downflow Economizer w/Smoke Detector
Dual Enthalpy Kit
Horizontal Economizer w/Single Enthalpy
Carbon Dioxide Sensor (Wall Mount)
Power Exhaust (208/230V)
Power Exhaust (460V)
Power Exhaust (575V)
Manual Fresh Air Damper*
Motorized Kit for Manual Fresh Air Damper*
Roofcurb, 14"
Roofcurb Adapter to RXRK-E56
Roofcurb Adapter to RXKG-CAF14
Concentric Diffuser (Step-Down, 18" x 36")
Concentric Diffuser (Step-Down, 24" x 48")
Concentric Diffuser (Step-Down, 28" x 60")
Concentric Diffuser (Flush, 18" x 36")
Downflow Transition (Rect. to Rect., 18" x 36")
Downflow Transition (Rect. to Rect., 24" x 48")
Downflow Transition (Rect. to Rect., 28" x 60")
Low-Ambient Control Kit (1 Per Compressor)
Freeze-Stat Kit
Unwired Convenience Outlet
Hail Guard Louvers
Model Number
RJNL-B180
RXJJ-CE20 (C,D,Y)
RXJJ-CE40 (C,D,Y)
RXJJ-CE60 (C,D,Y)
RXJJ-CE75 (C,D,Y)
AXRD-PGCM3
AXRD-SGCM3
RXRX-AV02
AXRD-RGCM3
RXRX-AR02
RXRX-BGF05C
RXRX-BGF05D
RXRX-BGF05Y
AXRF-KFA1
RXRX-AW03
RXKG-CBH14
RXRX-CJCE56
RXRX-CJCF14
RXRN-AD81
RXRN-AD86
RXRN-AD88
RXRN-AD80
RXMC-CJ07
RXMC-CK08
RXMC-CL09
RXRZ-C02
RXRX-AM05
RXRX-AN01
AXRX-AAD01L
Shipping
Weight
Lbs. [kg]
41 [18.6]
44 [20.0]
45 [20.4]
46 [20.8]
155 [70.3]
280 [127.0]
1 [.5]
333 [151.0]
3 [1.4]
102 [46.3]
102 [46.3]
102 [46.3]
61 [27.7]
42 [19.1]
170 [77.1]
465 [210.3]
555 [251.7]
310 [140.6]
367 [166.4]
410 [186.0]
213 [96.6]
81 [36.7]
81 [36.7]
81 [36.7]
3 [1.4]
1 [.5]
2 [1.0]
55 [24.8]
Installed
Weight
Lbs. [kg]
31 [14.1]
34 [15.4]
35 [15.9]
36 [16.3]
146 [66.2]
171 [77.6]
1 [.5]
301 [136.5]
2 [1.0]
69 [31.3]
69 [31.3]
69 [31.3]
52 [23.6]
35 [15.9]
164 [74.4]
415 [188.2]
505 [229]
157 [71.2]
212 [96.1]
370 [167.8]
115 [52.2]
74 [33.6]
74 [33.6]
74 [33.6]
2 [1.0]
.5 [.2]
1.5 [.7]
45 [20.3]
Factory
Installation
Available?
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
*Motorized Kit and Manual Fresh Air Damper must be combined for a complete Motorized Outside Air Damper Selection.
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Accessories
RJNL-B
ECONOMIZERS—DOWNFLOW ONLY
Field Installed
RXRD-PGCM3—Single Enthalpy (Outdoor)
RXRD-SGCM3—Single Enthalpy (Outdoor) w/Smoke Detector
RXRX-AR02—Optional Wall-Mounted CO2 Sensor
RXRX-AV02—Dual Enthalpy Upgrade Kit
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
Features Honeywell Controls
Available Factory Installed or Field Accessory
Gear Driven Direct Drive Actuator
Fully Modulating (0-100%)
Low Leakage Dampers
Slip-In Design for Easy Installation
Plug-In Polarized 12-pin Electrical Connections
Pre-Configured—No Field Adjustments
Necessary
Standard Barometric Relief Damper
Single Enthalpy with Dual Enthalpy Upgrade
Kit Available
CO2 Input Sensor Available
Field Assembled Hood Ships with Economizer
Economizer Ships Complete for Downflow Duct
Application.
Optional Remote Minimum Position Potentiometer
(Honeywell #S963B1128) is Available from Prostock.
Field Installed Power Exhaust Available
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] Designates Metric Conversions
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Accessories
RJNL-B
ECONOMIZER FOR HORIZONTAL DUCT INSTALLATION
Field Installed Only
AXRD-RGCM3—Single Enthalpy (Outdoor)
RXRX-AV02—Dual Enthalpy Upgrade Kit
RXRX-AR02—Optional Wall-Mounted CO2 Sensor
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
Features Honeywell Controls
Available as a Field Installed Accessory Only
Gear Driven Direct Drive Actuator
Fully Modulating (0-100%)
Low Leakage Dampers
Slip-In Design for Easy Installation
Plug-In Polarized 12-pin Electrical Connections
Pre-Configured—No Field Adjustments Necessary
Standard Barometric Relief Damper
Single Enthalpy with Dual Enthalpy
Upgrade Kit Available
CO2 Input Sensor Available
Field Assembled Hood Ships
with Economizer
Economizer Ships Complete for
Horizontal Duct Application
Optional Remote Minimum Position Potentiometer
(Honeywell #S963B1128) is Available from Prostock
Field Installed Power Exhaust Available
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Accessories
RJNL-B
INTEGRAL POWER EXHAUST KIT FOR AXRD-PGCM3
OR SGCM3 ECONOMIZERS
RXRX-BGF05 (C, D, or Y*)
*Voltage Code
Field Installable Power Exhaust
Model No.
No.
of Fans
Volts
Phase
HP
(ea.)
RXRX-BGF05C
RXRX-BGF05D
RXRX-BGF05Y
2
2
2
208-230
460
575
1
1
1
0.75
0.75
0.75
NOTES: ➀ Power exhaust is factory set on high speed motor tap.
➁ CFM is per fan at 0" w.c. external static pressure.
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] Designates Metric Conversions
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Low Speed
CFM [L/s] ➁
4100 [1935]
4100 [1935]
4100 [1935]
RPM
850
850
850
High Speed ➀
RPM
CFM [L/s] ➁
5200 [2454]
1050
5200 [2454]
1050
5200 [2454]
1050
FLA
(ea.)
LRA
(ea.)
5
2.2
1.5
4.97
3.4
2.84
Accessories
RJNL-B
FRESH AIR DAMPER
MOTORIZED DAMPER KIT
RXRX-AW03
(Motor Kit for RXRF-KFA1)
AXRF-KFA1 (Manual)
AXRX-AW03 (Motorized damper kit for
manual fresh air damper)
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Accessories
RJNL-B
ROOFCURBS (Full Perimeter)
TYPICAL INSTALLATION
■
One available height (14" [356 mm]).
■
Quick assembly corners for simple and fast assembly.
■
1" [25.4 mm] x 4" [102 mm] Nailer provided.
■
Insulating panels not required because of insulated
outdoor base pan.
■
Sealing gasket (28" [711 mm]) provided
with Roofcurb.
■
Packaged for easy field assembly.
ROOFCURB ASSEMBLY
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UNIT
Accessories
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ROOFCURB ADAPTERS
OLD MODELS
OLD CURB MODEL
ROOFCURB ADAPTER
NEW MODEL
COMMERCIAL CABINET
(12.5, 15 & 20 TON)
([44, 52.8 & 70.3 kW])
(-)RCF, (-)RGF, (-)REF
RXRK-E56
RXRX-CJCE56
(-)JNL
(15 TON)
([52.8 kW])
COMMERCIAL CABINET
(15, 20 & 25 TON)
([52.8, 70.3 & 87.9 kW])
(-)LKB, LMB, LNB (COOLING ONLY)
(-)KKB, KMB, KNB (GAS/ELECTRIC)
[
RXKG-CAF14
RXRX-CJCF14
(-)JNL (HEAT PUMP)
(15 TON)
([52.8 kW])
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Accessories
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CONCENTRIC DIFFUSER APPLICATION
DOWNFLOW TRANSITION DRAWINGS
RXMC-CJ07 (15 Ton) [52.8 kW]
■
Used with RXRN-AD80
and RXRN-AD81
Concentric Diffusers.
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CONCENTRIC DIFFUSER
15 TON [52.8 kW] FLUSH
■
All aluminum diffuser with aluminum
return air eggcrate.
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Built-in anti-sweat gasket.
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Molded fiberglass supports.
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Built-in hanging supports.
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Diffuser box constructed of sheetmetal
insulated with 1" [25.4 mm] 1.5 lbs.
[.7 kg] duct liner.
CONCENTRIC DIFFUSER SPECIFICATIONS
[
PART
NUMBER
CFM [L/s]
RXRN-AD80
5600 [2643]
5800 [2737]
6000 [2832]
6200 [2926]
6400 [3020]
6600 [3115]
STATIC
PRESSURE
0.36
0.39
0.42
0.46
0.50
0.54
THROW
FEET
28-37
29-38
40-50
42-51
43-52
45-56
NECK
VELOCITY
1000
1036
1071
1107
1143
1179
JET
VELOCITY
2082
2156
2230
2308
2379
2454
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CONCENTRIC DIFFUSER
15 TON [52.8 kW] STEP DOWN
■
All aluminum diffuser with aluminum
return air eggcrate.
■
Built-in anti-sweat gasket.
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Molded fiberglass supports.
■
Built-in hanging supports.
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Diffuser box constructed of sheetmetal
insulated with 1" [25.4 mm] 1.5 lbs.
[.7 kg] duct liner.
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Double deflection diffuser with the
blades secured by spring steel.
CONCENTRIC DIFFUSER SPECIFICATIONS
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PART
NUMBER
CFM [L/s]
RXRN-AD81
5600 [2643]
5800 [2737]
6000 [2832]
6200 [2926]
6400 [3020]
6600 [3115]
] Designates Metric Conversions
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STATIC
PRESSURE
0.36
0.39
0.42
0.46
0.50
0.54
THROW
FEET
39-49
42-51
44-54
45-55
46-55
47-56
NECK
VELOCITY
920
954
1022
1056
1090
1124
JET
VELOCITY
920
954
1022
1056
1090
1124
Mechanical Specifications
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Guide Specifications RJNL-B180
You may copy this document directly into your building specification. This specification is written to comply with the 2004 version of
the “master format” as published by the Construction Specification Institute. www.csinet.org.
ROOFTOP PACKAGED HEAT PUMP
HVAC Guide Specifications
Size Range: 15 Nominal Tons
Section
Description
23 06 80
Schedules for Decentralized HVAC Equipment
23 06 80.13
Decentralized Unitary HVAC Equipment Schedule
23 06 80.13.A. Rooftop unit schedule
1. Schedule is per the project specification requirements.
23 07 16 HVAC Equipment Insulation
23 07 16.13
Decentralized, Rooftop Units:
1. Interior cabinet surfaces shall be insulated with a minimum 3/4-in. thick, minimum 1-1/2 lb density, flexible fiberglass insulation bonded with a phenolic binder, with aluminum foil facing on the air side.
2. Insulation and adhesive shall meet NFPA 90A requirements for flame spread and smoke generation.
23 09 13
Instrumentation and Control Devices for HVAC
23 09 13.23
Sensors and Transmitters:
23 09 13.23.A. Thermostats
1. Thermostat must
a. have capability to energize 2 different stages of cooling, and 2 different stages of heating and a reversing valve output.
b. must include capability for occupancy scheduling.
23 09 33
Electric and Electronic Control System for HVAC
23 09 33.13
Decentralized, Rooftop Units:
23 09 33.13.A. General:
1. Shall be complete with self-contained low-voltage control circuit protected by a resettable circuit breaker on the 24-v
transformer side. Transformer shall have 100VA capabilities.
2. Shall utilize color-coded wiring.
3. Shall include a central control terminal board to conveniently and safely provide connection points for vital control functions such as: smoke detectors, economizer, thermostat, loss of charge, high pressure switches.
4. Unit shall include a minimum of one 10-pin screw terminal connection board for connection of control wiring.
5. Shall include integrated defrost system to prevent excessive frost accumulation during heating duty, and shall be controlled as follows:
a. Defrost shall be initiated on the basis of Demand Defrost.
b. The need for a defrost cycle is determined by one of two factors: Time or Frost Detection.
c. Should six hours of compressor run time elapse without a defrost cycle and the coil temperature is below the frost
accumulation temperature, a defrost cycle will be initiated.
d. The control shall be capable of detecting frost accumulation on the outdoor coil and initiate a defrost cycle when necessary.
23 09 33.23.B. Safeties:
1. Compressor over-temperature, over current.
2. Loss of charge switch.
a. Units with 2 compressors shall have different colored wires for the circuit 1 and circuit 2 low and high pressure switches.
b. Loss of charge switch shall use different color wire than the high pressure switch. The purpose is to assist the installer
and service technician to correctly wire and or troubleshoot the rooftop unit.
c. Loss of charge switch shall have a different sized connector than the high pressure switch. They shall physically prevent
the cross-wiring of the safety switches between the high and low pressure side of the system.
3. High-pressure switch.
a. Units with 2 compressors shall have different colored wires for the circuit 1 and circuit 2 low and high pressure switches.
b. High pressure switch shall use different color wire than the low pressure switch. The purpose is to assist the installer
and service person to correctly wire and or troubleshoot the rooftop unit.
c. High pressure switch shall have a different sized connector than the loss of charge switch. They shall physically prevent
the cross-wiring of the safety switches between the high and low pressure side of the system.
4. Freeze protection sensor, evaporator coil (optional).
5. Automatic reset, motor thermal overload protector.
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23 09 93
Sequence of Operations for HVAC Controls
23 09 93.13 Decentralized, Rooftop Units:
23 09 93.13 INSERT SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
23 40 13
Panel Air Filters
23 40 13.13
Decentralized, Rooftop Units:
23 40 13.13.A. Standard filter section shall
1. Shall consist of factory-installed, low velocity, throwaway 2-in. thick fiberglass filters of commercially available sizes.
2. Filters shall be accessible through an access panel as described in the unit cabinet section of this specification
(23 81 19.13.H).
23 81 19
Self-Contained Air Conditioners
23 81 19.13
Small-Capacity Self-Contained Air Conditioners
23 81 19.13.A. General
1. Outdoor, rooftop mounted, electrically controlled, heating and cooling unit utilizing a(n) hermetic scroll compressor(s) for
cooling duty and heat pump for heating duty.
2. Factory assembled, single-piece heating and cooling rooftop unit. Contained within the unit enclosure shall be all factory
wiring, piping, controls, and special features required prior to field start-up.
3. Unit shall use environmentally sound R-410a refrigerant.
4. Unit shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
5. Unit must be selected and installed in compliance with local, state, and federal codes.
23 81 19.13.B. Quality Assurance
1. Unit meets ASHRAE 90.1-2007 minimum efficiency requirements.
2. 3 phase units are Energy Star qualified.
3. Unit shall be rated in accordance with AHRI Standards 210/240 and 340/360.
4. Unit shall be designed to conform to ASHRAE 15, 2001.
5. Unit shall be UL-tested and certified in accordance with ANSI Z21.47 Standards and UL-listed and certified under Canadian standards as a total package for safety requirements.
6. Insulation and adhesive shall meet NFPA 90A requirements for flame spread and smoke generation.
7. Unit casing shall be capable of withstanding 500-hour salt spray exposure per ASTM B117 (scribed specimen).
8. Unit casing shall be capable of withstanding Federal Test Method Standard No. 141 (Method 6061) 5000-hour salt spray.
9. Unit shall be designed in accordance with ISO 9001:2000, and shall be manufactured in a facility registered by ISO
9001:2000.
10. Roof curb shall be designed to conform to NRCA Standards.
11. Unit shall be subjected to a completely automated run test on the assembly line. The data for each unit will be stored at
the factory, and must be available upon request.
12. Unit shall be designed in accordance with UL Standard 1995, including tested to withstand rain.
13. Unit shall be constructed to prevent intrusion of snow and tested to prevent snow intrusion into the control box up to
40 mph.
23 81 19.13.C. Delivery, Storage, and Handling
1. Unit shall be stored and handled per manufacturer’s recommendations.
2. Lifted by crane requires either shipping top panel or spreader bars.
3. Unit shall only be stored or positioned in the upright position.
23 81 19.13.E. Project Conditions
1. As specified in the contract.
23 81 19.13.F. Operating Characteristics
1. Unit shall be capable of starting and running at 115ºF (46ºC) ambient outdoor temperature, meeting maximum load criteria of AHRI Standard 210/240 or 340/360 at ± 10% voltage.
2. Compressor with standard controls shall be capable of operation from 40ºF (4ºC) , ambient outdoor temperatures.
Accessory low ambient kit is necessary if mechanically cooling at ambient temperatures below 40ºF (4ºC).
3. Unit shall be capable of simultaneous heating duty and defrost cycle operation when using accessory electric heaters.
4. Unit shall discharge supply air vertically or horizontally as shown on contract drawings.
5. Unit shall be factory configured for vertical supply & return configurations.
6. Unit shall be field convertible from vertical to horizontal configuration.
23 81 19.13.G.Electrical Requirements
1. Main power supply voltage, phase, and frequency must match those required by the manufacturer.
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23 81 19.13.H. Unit Cabinet
1. Unit cabinet shall be constructed of galvanized steel, and shall be bonderized and coated with a baked enamel finish on
all externally exposed surfaces.
2. Unit cabinet exterior paint shall be: film thickness, (dry) 0.003 inches minimum, gloss (per ASTM D523, 60ºF): 60, Hardness: H-2H Pencil hardness.
3. Evaporator fan compartment interior cabinet insulation shall conform to AHRI Standards 210/240 or 340/360 minimum
exterior sweat criteria. Interior surfaces shall be insulated with a minimum 3/4-in. thick, 1 lb density, flexible fiberglass
insulation, aluminum foil-faced on the air side.
4. Base of unit shall have locations for thru-the-base electrical connections (factory installed or field installed), standard.
5. Base Rail
a. Unit shall have base rails on all sides.
b. Holes shall be provided in the base rails for rigging shackles to facilitate maneuvering and overhead rigging.
c. Holes shall be provided in the base rail for moving the rooftop by fork truck.
d. Base rail shall be a minimum of 14 gauge thickness.
6. Condensate pan and connections:
a. Shall be a sloped condensate drain pan made of a non-corrosive material.
b. Shall comply with ASHRAE Standard 62.
c. Shall use a 1" -11 1/2 NPT drain connection, through the side of the drain pan. Connection shall be made per manufacturer’s recommendations.
7. Electrical Connections
a. All unit power wiring shall enter unit cabinet at a single, factory-prepared, knockout location.
b. Thru-the-base capability
(1) Standard unit shall have a thru-the-base electrical location(s) using a raised, embossed portion of the unit basepan.
(2) No basepan penetration, other than those authorized by the manufacturer, is permitted.
8. Component access panels (standard)
a. Cabinet panels shall be easily removable for servicing.
b. Stainless steel metal hinges are standard on all doors.
c. Panels covering control box, indoor fan, indoor fan motor, and electric or gas heater components (where applicable),
shall have ¼ turn latches.
23 81 19.13.J. Coils
1. Standard Aluminum/Copper Coils: on all models.
a. Standard evaporator and condenser coils shall have aluminum lanced plate fins mechanically bonded to seamless
internally grooved copper tubes with all joints brazed.
b. Evaporator and Condenser coils shall be leak tested to 150 psig, pressure tested to 550 psig, and qualified to UL 1995
burst test at 2,200 psig.
23 81 19.13.K. Refrigerant Components
1. Refrigerant circuit shall include the following control, safety, and maintenance features:
a. Thermal Expansion Valve (TXV) with venturi type distributor.
b. Refrigerant filter drier.
c. External service gauge connections to unit suction and discharge lines.
2. Compressors
a. Unit shall use one fully hermetic, scroll compressor for each independent refrigeration circuit.
b. Compressor motors shall be cooled by refrigerant gas passing through motor windings.
d. Compressors shall be internally protected from high discharge temperature conditions.
e. Compressors shall be protected from an over-temperature and over-amperage conditions by an internal, motor overload device.
f. Compressor shall be factory mounted on rubber grommets.
g. Compressor motors shall have internal line break thermal, current overload and high pressure differential protection.
h. Crankcase heaters shall be utilized on all models to protect compressor with specific refrigerant charge.
23 81 19.13.L. Filter Section
1. Filters access is specified in the unit cabinet section of this specification.
2. Filters shall be held in place by a sliding filter tray, facilitating easy removal and installation.
3. Shall consist of factory-installed, low velocity, throw-away 2-in. thick fiberglass filters.
4. Filters shall be standard, commercially available sizes.
5. Filter face velocity shall not exceed 365 fpm at nominal airflows.
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23 81 19.13.M. Evaporator Fan and Motor
1. Evaporator fan motor:
a. Shall have permanently lubricated bearings.
b. Shall have inherent automatic-reset thermal overload protection or circuit breaker.
c. Shall have a maximum continuous bhp rating for continuous duty operation; no safety factors above that rating shall
be required.
2. Belt-driven Evaporator Fan:
a. Belt drive shall include an adjustable-pitch motor pulley.
b. Shall use sealed, permanently lubricated ball-bearing type.
c. Blower fan shall be double-inlet type with forward-curved blades.
d. Shall be constructed from steel with a corrosion resistant finish and dynamically balanced.
23 81 19.13.N. Condenser Fans and Motors
1. Condenser fan motors:
a. Shall be a totally enclosed motor.
b. Shall use permanently lubricated bearings.
c. Shall have inherent thermal overload protection with an automatic reset feature.
d. Shall use a shaft-down design. Shaft-up designs including those with “rain-slinger devices” shall not be allowed.
2. Condenser Fans:
a. Shall be a direct-driven propeller type fan.
b. Shall have aluminum blades riveted to corrosion-resistant steel spiders and shall be dynamically balanced.
23 81 19.13.O. Special Features, Options and Accessories
1. Integrated Economizers:
a. Integrated, gear-driven parallel modulating blade design type capable of simultaneous economizer and compressor
operation.
b. Independent modules for vertical or horizontal return configurations shall be available. Vertical return modules shall be
available as a factory installed option.
c. Damper blades shall be galvanized steel with metal gears. Plastic or composite blades on intake or return shall not be
acceptable.
d. Shall include all hardware and controls to provide free cooling with outdoor air when temperature and/or humidity are
below setpoints.
e. Shall be equipped with gear driven dampers for both the outdoor ventilation air and the return air for positive air
stream control.
f. Shall be capable of introducing up to 100% outdoor air.
g. Shall be equipped with a barometric relief damper capable of relieving up to 100% return air.
h. Shall be designed to close damper(s) during loss-of-power situations with spring return built into motor.
i. An outdoor single enthalpy sensor shall be provided as standard. Outdoor air sensor setpoint shall be adjustable and
shall range from the enthalpy equivalent of 63°F @ 50% rh to 73°F @ 50% rh. Additional sensor options shall be available as accessories.
j. The economizer controller shall also provide control of an accessory power exhaust unit function. Factory set at 70%,
with a range of 0% to 100%.
k. The economizer shall maintain minimum airflow into the building during occupied period and provide design ventilation
rate for full occupancy. A remote potentiometer may be used to override the damper setpoint.
l. Economizer controller shall accept a 2-10Vdc CO2 sensor input for IAQ/DCV control. In this mode, dampers shall
modulate the outdoor-air damper to provide ventilation based on the sensor input.
m. Actuator shall be direct coupled to economizer gear. No linkage arms or control rods shall be acceptable.
n. Economizer controller shall provide indications when in free cooling mode, in the DCV mode, or the exhaust fan contact is closed.
o. Economizer wire harness will have provision for smoke detector.
2. Two-Position Motorized Damper
a. Damper shall be a Two-Position Motorized Damper. Damper travel shall be from the full closed position to the field
adjustable %-open setpoint.
b. Damper shall include adjustable damper travel from 25% to 100% (full open).
c. Damper shall include single or dual blade, gear driven dampers and actuator motor.
d. Actuator shall be direct coupled to damper gear. No linkage arms or control rods shall be acceptable.
e. Damper will admit up to 100% outdoor air for applicable rooftop units.
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f. Damper shall close upon indoor (evaporator) fan shutoff and/or loss of power.
g. The damper actuator shall plug into the rooftop unit’s wiring harness plug. No hard wiring shall be required.
h. Outside air hood shall include aluminum water entrainment filter
3. Manual damper
a. Manual damper package shall consist of damper, air inlet screen, and rain hood which can be preset to admit up to
50% outdoor air for year round ventilation.
4. Head Pressure Control Package
a. Controller shall control coil head pressure by condenser-fan cycling.
5. Convenience Outlet:
a. Non-Powered convenience outlet.
(1.) Outlet shall be powered from a separate 115-120v power source.
(2.) A transformer shall not be included.
(3.) Outlet shall be factory-installed and internally mounted with easily accessible 115-v female receptacle.
(4.) Outlet shall include 15 amp GFI receptacles.
(5.) Outlet shall be accessible from outside the unit.
6. Propeller Power Exhaust:
a. Power exhaust shall be used in conjunction with an integrated economizer.
b. Independent modules for vertical or horizontal return configurations shall be available.
c. Horizontal power exhaust is shall be mounted in return ductwork.
d. Power exhaust shall be controlled by economizer controller operation. Exhaust fans shall be energized when dampers
open past the 0-100% adjustable setpoint on the economizer control.
7. Roof Curbs (Vertical):
a. Full perimeter roof curb with exhaust capability providing separate air streams for energy recovery from the exhaust air
without supply air contamination.
b. Formed galvanized steel with wood nailer strip and shall be capable of supporting entire unit weight.
c. Permits installation and securing of ductwork to curb prior to mounting unit on the curb.
8. High-Static Indoor Fan Motor(s) and Drive(s):
a. High-static motor(s) and drive(s) shall be factory-installed to provide additional performance range.
9. Outdoor Air Enthalpy Sensor:
a. The outdoor air enthalpy sensor shall be used to provide single enthalpy control. When used in conjunction with a
return air enthalpy sensor, the unit will provide differential enthalpy control. The sensor allows the unit to determine if
outside air is suitable for free cooling.
10. Return Air Enthalpy Sensor:
a. The return air enthalpy sensor shall be used in conjunction with an outdoor air enthalpy sensor to provide differential
enthalpy control.
11. Indoor Air Quality (CO2) Sensor:
a. Shall be able to provide demand ventilation indoor air quality (IAQ) control.
b. The IAQ sensor shall be available in wall mount with LED display. The setpoint shall have adjustment capability.
12. Smoke detectors:
a. Shall be a Four-Wire Controller and Detector.
b. Shall be environmental compensated with differential sensing for reliable, stable, and drift-free sensitivity.
c. Shall use magnet-activated test/reset sensor switches.
d. Shall have a recessed momentary switch for testing and resetting the detector.
e. Controller shall include:
(1.) One set of normally open alarm initiation contacts for connection to an initiating device circuit on a fire alarm control panel.
(2.) Two Form-C auxiliary alarm relays for interface with rooftop unit or other equipment.
(3.) One Form-C supervision (trouble) relay to control the operation of the Trouble LED on a remote test/reset station.
(4.) Capable of direct connection to two individual detector modules.
(5.) Can be wired to up to 14 other duct smoke detectors for multiple fan shutdown applications.
13. Electric Heat:
a. Heating Section
(1.) Heater element open coil resistance wire, nickel-chrome alloy, strung through ceramic insulators mounted on metal
frame. Coil ends are staked and welded to terminal screw slots.
(2.) Heater assemblies are provided with integral fusing for protection of internal heater circuits not exceeding 48 amps
each. Auto reset thermo limit controls, magnetic heater contactors (24 v coil) and terminal block all mounted in
electric heater control box (minimum 18 ga galvanized steel) attached to end of heater assembly.
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Limited Warranty
RJNL-B
BEFORE PURCHASING THIS APPLIANCE, READ IMPORTANT ENERGY COST AND EFFICIENCY INFORMATION AVAILABLE FROM
YOUR RETAILER.
GENERAL TERMS OF LIMITED WARRANTY*
Mainline® will furnish a replacement for any part of this
product which fails in normal use and service within the
applicable periods stated, in accordance with the terms of
the limited warranty.
*For complete details of the Limited Warranties, including applicable
terms and conditions, contact your local contractor or the Manufacturer
for a copy of the product warranty certificate.
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Compressor ..........................................................Five (5) Years
Parts ........................................................................One (1) Year
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with each model, as well as complying
with all Federal, State, Provincial, and
Local codes, regulations, and practices.
“In keeping with its policy of continuous progress and product improvement, the right is reserved to make changes without notice.”
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