Duct Free Systems
Product Data Digest
¾ to 5 Nominal Tons
Console
Console Condenser & Mulit-Zone
Satellite
HDC, HDL, HDS & QR Condensers
High Wall
Under Ceiling
Copyright 2001 Carrier Corporation
AN/BK Condensers
Cassette
Catalog #853-023 (CD) #853-030 (PRINT)
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ARI Capacities
1
Application Data
2
Electrical Data
3
System Charges
4
Features & Accessories
5
Guide Specifications
6
Model Number Nomenclature
7
Physical Data
8
Sound Data
9
System Cross-Match (Carrier/Bryant)
10
System & Unit Specifications
11
Performance Data & Expanded Ratings (Condenser Only) 12
Performance Data & Expanded Ratings
13
Piston & Charge Combinations
14
Refrigerant Lines & Long Line Applications
15
Selection Procedure
16
Drawings
17
AccuRater Metering Device
18
Charge Verification
19
Controls
20
Control Circuit Connections (Under Development)
21
Installation Diagrams
22
Service
23
Start-Up Instructions & Checklist
24
Wire Diagrams (Under Development)
25
Cleaning & Maintenance
26
Troubleshooting and Fault Codes
27
ARI* Capacities High Wall Applications
Indoor
Section
Outdoor
Section
Std.
CFM
Net Cooling
BTUH
Total
kW
SEER
EER
Heating
High
BTUH
Heating
High
COP
Heating
High
HSPF
Heating
Low
BTUH
Heating
Low
COP
40QNB009
40QNB012-1
40QNB012-3
40QNB018
40QNB018
40QNB024
40QNB024
40QNB024
40QNE009
40QNE012
40QNE018
40QNE024
40QNH012
40QNH018
40QNH024
38AN009
38AN012-1
38AN012-3
38HDC018
38HDL018
38HDL018
38HDC024
38HDL024
38BK009
38BK012
38BK018
38BK024
38BK012
38BK018
38BK024
215
300
302
480
480
550
550
550
252
302
455
525
300
485
520
8,500
11,000
11,600
17,300
16,200
17,600
22,600
22,600
8,700
12,500
17,300
23,200
11,100
17,300
23,000
0.88
1.18
1.15
1.66
1.67
1.69
2.09
2.00
0.95
1.28
1.71
2.23
1.17
1.71
2.21
10.5
10.5
11.0
11.3
11.0
11.7
12.0
11.3
10.0
10.5
11.5
11.0
10.0
11.0
11.0
9.7
9.3
10.1
10.4
9.7
10.4
10.8
11.3
9.2
9.8
10.1
10.4
9.5
10.1
10.4
----------------9,000
12,500
16,900
21,400
11,700
16,400
21,000
----------------3.20
3.00
2.85
2.90
2.70
2.84
2.92
----------------6.80
6.80
6.80
6.80
6.80
6.80
6.80
----------------5,120
7,190
10,100
12,700
7,400
9,600
12,700
----------------2.20
2.30
2.05
2.20
2.16
2.04
2.20
Legend
*
COP
db
HSPF
wb
Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Institute
Coefficient of Performance
Dry Bulb
Heating Seasional Performance Factor
Wet Bulb
Notes:
1) Ratings are net values reflecting the effects of circulating fan heat. Supplemental electric heat is not included. Ratings are based on:
Cooling Standard: 80 deg F db, 67 deg F wb air entering evaporator and 95 deg F db air entering condenser
High Temperature Heating Standard: 70 deg F db air entering evaporator and 47 deg F db, 43 F wb air entering condenser
Low Temperature Heating Standard: 70 deg F db air entering evaporator and 17 deg F db, 15 F wb air entering condenser
2) Total kW is for total system, including compressor and outdoor and indoor fan motors.
3) Ratings are based on 25 ft of interconnecting refrigerent lines.
4) All system ratings are based on fan coil units operating at high fan speed. Consult Physical Data
tables for airflows at all available fan speeds.
Rev "A"
01/12/02
ARI* Capacities
Under Ceiling Applications
Indoor
Section
Outdoor
Section
Std.
CFM
Net Cooling
BTUH
Total
kW
SEER
EER
40QAB024
40QAB024
40QAB024
40QAB024
40QAB036
40QAB036
40QAB036
40QAB036
40QAB048
40QAB048
40QAB060
40QAB060
40QAE024
40QAE024
40QAE036
40QAE036
40QAE036
40QAE048
40QAE060
38HDC018
38HDL018
38HDC024
38HDL024
38HDL030
38HDL036
38HDC036
38HDC030
38HDC048
38HDL048
38HDC060
38HDL060
38QR018C
38QR024C
38QR030C
38QR036C
38QR036C !
38QR048C
39QR060C
500
500
600
600
840
840
840
840
1,200
1,200
1,600
1,600
500
525
870
870
870
1,100
1,600
18,000
18,000
22,800
23,000
29,000
34,000
34,000
30,000
47,000
45,500
58,000
58,500
19,000
24,000
30,000
34,600
36,000
48,000
58,000
1.64
1.71
2.07
2.06
2.98
3.53
3.25
2.73
4.37
4.61
5.18
6.15
1.90
2.40
2.94
3.39
3.67
5.00
5.85
12.0
11.6
12.0
11.0
10.3
10.1
12.0
12.0
12.0
10.8
12.0
10.8
11.0
11.0
11.0
11.5
11.0
10.2
11.0
11.0
10.5
11.0
11.2
9.7
9.6
10.5
11.0
10.8
9.9
11.2
9.5
10.0
10.0
10.2
10.2
9.8
9.6
9.9
Heating
High
BTUH
Heating
High
COP
Heating
High
HSPF
Heating
Low
BTUH
Heating
Low
COP
17,000
22,600
28,000
33,000
34,400
45,500
57,500
3.2
3.0
3.3
3.3
3.0
3.2
3.2
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.2
6.8
7.3
7.4
9,800
12,500
15,600
19,000
19,800
28,200
32,000
2.1
2.0
2.2
2.2
2.0
2.2
2.2
Legend
*
Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Institute
COP
Coefficient of Performance
db
Dry Bulb
HSPF
Heating Seasional Performance Factor
wb
Wet Bulb
!
3 Phase Unit
Notes:
1) Ratings are net values reflecting the effects of circulating fan heat. Supplemental electric heat is not included. Ratings are based on:
Cooling Standard: 80 deg F db, 67 deg F wb air entering evaporator and 95 deg F db air entering condenser
High Temperature Heating Standard: 70 deg F db air entering evaporator and 47 deg F db, 43 F wb air entering condenser
Low Temperature Heating Standard: 70 deg F db air entering evaporator and 17 deg F db, 15 F wb air entering condenser
2) Total kW is for total system, including compressor and outdoor and indoor fan motors.
3) Ratings are based on 25 ft of interconnecting refrigerent lines.
4) All system ratings are based on fan coil units operating at high fan speed. Consult Physical Data
tables for airflows at all available fan speeds.
01/09/02
ARI* Capacities
Console Applications
Indoor
Section
Outdoor
Section
Std.
CFM
Net Cooling
BTUH
Total
kW
SEER
EER
Heating
High
BTUH
Heating
High
COP
Heating
High
HSPF
Heating
Low
BTUH
Heating
Low
COP
40CG-018---301RM
40CG-024---301RM
40CG-030---301RM
40CS-018---301RM
40CS-024---301RM
40CS-030---301RM
38CG-018---301
38CG-024---301
38CG-030---301
38CS-018---301
38CS-024---301
38CS-030---301
650
800
800
650
800
800
18,000
23,400
30,000
18,000
23,400
30,000
1.90
2.40
3.40
1.90
2.40
3.40
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
9.4
9.7
8.8
9.4
9.7
8.8
---18,000
24,000
31,000
---2.5
2.9
2.6
---6.8
6.9
6.8
---n/a
n/a
n/a
---n/a
n/a
n/a
Legend
*
COP
db
HSPF
wb
!
Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Institute
Coefficient of Performance
Dry Bulb
Heating Seasional Performance Factor
Wet Bulb
3 Phase Unit
Notes:
1) Ratings are net values reflecting the effects of circulating fan heat. Supplemental electric heat is not included. Ratings are based on:
Cooling Standard: 80 deg F db, 67 deg F wb air entering evaporator and 95 deg F db air entering condenser
High Temperature Heating Standard: 70 deg F db air entering evaporator and 47 deg F db, 43 F wb air entering condenser
Low Temperature Heating Standard: 70 deg F db air entering evaporator and 17 deg F db, 15 F wb air entering condenser
2) Total kW is for total system, including compressor and outdoor and indoor fan motors.
3) Ratings are based on 25 ft of interconnecting refrigerent lines.
4) All system ratings are based on fan coil units operating at high fan speed. Consult Physical Data
tables for airflows at all available fan speeds.
Rev "A"
01/09/02
ARI* Capacities In Ceiling Cassette Applications
Indoor
Section
Outdoor
Section
Std.
CFM
Net Cooling
BTUH
Total
kW
SEER
EER
40QKB024
40QKB024
40QKB036
40QKB036
40QKB036
40QKB036
40QKB036
40QKB036
40QKE024
40QKE036
40QKE036
40QKE048
40QKE048
38HDC018
38HDL018
38HDL036
38HDC024
38HDL030
38HDL024
38HDC036
38HDC030
38QR018C
38QR024C
38QR030C
38QR036C
38QR036C !
525
525
915
915
915
915
915
915
525
980
980
1,100
1,100
18,300
17,800
34,400
24,000
29,000
24,000
33,000
30,000
18,000
25,000
29,000
33,000
34,400
1.76
1.68
3.45
2.20
2.87
2.12
3.14
3.13
2.00
2.44
2.61
3.47
3.65
11.0
11.4
10.5
11.0
11.1
11.8
10.8
10.8
10.0
10.7
11.5
10.5
10.0
10.4
10.8
9.9
10.9
10.4
11.3
10.5
9.6
9.0
10.2
11.1
9.5
9.2
Heating
High
BTUH
Heating
High
COP
Heating
High
HSPF
Heating
Low
BTUH
Heating
Low
COP
17,600
23,800
27,000
33,000
34,000
3.04
3.34
3.27
3.30
3.00
6.8
7.6
7.6
6.8
6.8
11,000
13,400
15,900
20,000
21,000
2.0
2.3
2.3
2.2
2.0
Legend
*
Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Institute
COP
Coefficient of Performance
db
Dry Bulb
HSPF
Heating Seasional Performance Factor
wb
Wet Bulb
!
3 Phase Unit
Notes:
1) Ratings are net values reflecting the effects of circulating fan heat. Supplemental electric heat is not included. Ratings are based on:
Cooling Standard: 80 deg F db, 67 deg F wb air entering evaporator and 95 deg F db air entering condenser
High Temperature Heating Standard: 70 deg F db air entering evaporator and 47 deg F db, 43 F wb air entering condenser
Low Temperature Heating Standard: 70 deg F db air entering evaporator and 17 deg F db, 15 F wb air entering condenser
2) Total kW is for total system, including compressor and outdoor and indoor fan motors.
3) Ratings are based on 25 ft of interconnecting refrigerent lines.
4) All system ratings are based on fan coil units operating at high fan speed. Consult Physical Data
tables for airflows at all available fan speeds.
CLICK HERE FOR HYDRONIC CASSETTE
01/09/02
ARI* Capacities Hydronic Cassette Applications
Unit
Size
Pipe
Version
Std.
CFM
Net Cooling
(Btuh)
004
008
010
2
2
2
4
2
2
4
420
420
400
440
840
920
975
6,900
13,200
13,700
13,280
27,000
31,600
28,800
016
020
Sensible Heating
Cooling
(Btuh)
(Btuh)
6,100
10,100
9,600
9,800
20,600
22,500
21,600
13,600
23,000
20,700
11,600
46,800
51,500
25,200
Gallons Pressure
Per
Drop
Minute
1.4
2.7
2.9
2.9
5.4
6.8
6.4
1.3
3.1
6.0
4.3
3.2
5.4
4.1
Note: Two pipe units use the same coil for both heating and cooling operations
CLICK HERE FOR IN-CEILING CASSETTE
01/09/02
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ARI* Capacities Multi Split Applications
Nominal
Capacity
Fan
Coils
Qty
Circuit
Indoor
Section
Outdoor
Section
Std.
CFM
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
40QKB024
40QAB024 +
40QNB018
40QKB024
40QAB024 +
40QKB024
40QNB018
40QAB024 +
40QNB018
38HDS024
38HDS024
38HDS024
38HDS024
1,050
1,000
960
1,025
23,000
24,000
23,000
23,000
2 Tons
Cassette
Under Ceiling
High Wall
Cassette
Under Ceiling
Cassette
High Wall
Under Ceiling
High Wall
38HDS024
1,005
38HDS024
Console
2
2.5 Tons
High Wall
High Wall
High Wall
Under Ceiling
Under Ceiling
Under Ceiling
Cassette
Cassette
4 Tons
Cassette
High Wall
High Wall
Under Ceiling
High Wall
High Wall
Cassette
High Wall
Under Ceiling
High Wall
Cassette
High Wall
Under Ceiling
Cassette
Under Ceiling
Under Ceiling
High Wall
2
2
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
B
A
B
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
B
A
B
B
Total
kW
SEER
EER
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
2.20
2.22
2.03
2.24
12.0
12.0
12.0
12.0
10.5
10.8
11.3
10.3
23,000
n/a
2.14
12.0
10.7
980
23,000
n/a
2.15
12.0
10.7
40CG-030---301RM 38SC-030---301
800
30,000
n/a
2 x 3.4
10.0
8.8
40CS-030---301RM 38SB-030---301
800
30,000
31,000
2 x 3.4
10.0
8.8
38HDS048
1,920
46,000
n/a
4.06
12.0
11.3
38HDS048
1,510
45,800
n/a
4.12
12.0
11.1
38HDS048
1,100
45,600
n/a
4.18
12.0
10.9
38HDS048
2,000
48,000
n/a
4.44
12.0
10.8
38HDS048
1,600
46,800
n/a
4.29
12.0
10.9
38HDS048
1,200
45,600
n/a
4.14
12.0
11.0
38HDS048
2,100
46,000
n/a
4.40
12.0
10.5
38HDS048
1,965
47,000
n/a
4.40
12.0
10.7
38HDS048
1,830
48,000
n/a
4.40
12.0
10.9
38HDS048
1,940
46,000
n/a
4.18
12.0
11.0
38HDS048
1,965
46,000
n/a
4.17
12.0
11.0
38HDS048
1,960
47,000
n/a
4.25
12.0
11.0
38HDS048
2,010
46,000
n/a
4.23
12.0
10.9
38HDS048
1,985
46,000
n/a
4.27
12.0
10.8
38HDS048
1,980
47,000
n/a
4.37
12.0
10.8
40QNB018
40QNB018
40QNB024
40QNB018
40QNB024
40QNB024
40QAB024 +
40QAB024 +
40QAB024
40QAB024 +
40QAB024
40QAB024
40QKB024
40QKB024
40QKB024
40QKB036
40QKB036
40QKB036
40QNB018
40QNB018
40QAB024 +
40QNB018
40QNB018
40QKB024
40QNB018
40QAB024 +
40QNB018
40QKB024
40QNB018
40QAB024 +
40QKB024
40QAB024 +
40QAB024 +
40QNB018
Net Cooling Net Heating
BTUH
BTUH
Legend
* Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Institute
+ Unit must be reconfigured for 1 1/2 ton (18,000 Btuh) operation. Refer to
installations included with the fan coil unit for more details.
Notes:
1) ARI rating conditions is 80 deg F db, 67 deg F wb air entering evaporator and
95 deg F db air entering condenser.
2) Total kW is for total system, including compressor and outdoor and indoor fan motors.
3) Ratings are based on 25 ft of interconnecting refrigerent lines.
4) All system ratings are based on fan coil units operating at high fan speed. Consult Physical Data
tables for airflows at all available fan speeds.
Rev "A"
09/17/01
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ARI* Capacities Multi Split Applications
Nominal
Capacity
4 Tons
Cont
Fan
Coils
Under Ceiling
Under Ceiling
Cassette
Under Ceiling
Cassette
Under Ceiling
Cassette
High Wall
Cassette
Cassette
High Wall
Cassette
Cassette
Under Ceiling
Cassette
Under Ceiling
High Wall
High Wall
Cassette
High Wall
Under Ceiling
Under Ceiling
Cassette
Under Ceiling
High Wall
Under Ceiling
Cassette
High Wall
Cassette
Under Ceiling
High Wall
Cassette
High Wall
Under Ceiling
Qty
Circuit
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
A
B
B
A
B
A
B
B
A
B
B
A
B
B
A
B
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
Indoor
Section
40QAB024 +
40QAB024 +
40QKB024
40QAB024 +
40QKB024
40QAB024 +
40QKB024
40QNB018
40QKB024
40QKB024
40QNB018
40QKB024
40QKB024
40QAB024 +
40QKB024
40QAB024 +
40QNB018
40QNB018
40QKB036
40QNB018
40QAB024
40QAB024 +
40QKB036
40QAB024 +
40QNB024
40QAB024 +
40QKB024
40QNB024
40QKB024
40QAB024
40QNB024
40QKB036
40QNB024
40QAB024
Outdoor
Section
Std.
CFM
Total
kW
SEER
EER
38HDS048
2025
47,000
n/a
4.46
12.0
10.5
38HDS048
2025
47,000
n/a
4.42
12.0
10.6
38HDS048
2005
47,000
n/a
4.36
12.0
10.8
38HDS048
2055
46,000
n/a
4.34
12.0
10.6
38HDS048
2075
46,000
n/a
4.44
12.0
10.4
38HDS048
2030
46,000
n/a
4.35
12.0
10.4
38HDS048
1875
47,000
n/a
4.23
12.0
11.1
38HDS048
1560
45,800
n/a
4.10
12.0
11.2
38HDS048
1915
48,000
n/a
4.42
12.0
10.9
38HDS048
1550
46,800
n/a
4.31
12.0
10.9
38HDS048
1575
45,800
n/a
4.33
12.0
10.6
38HDS048
1650
45,800
n/a
4.27
12.0
10.7
38HDS048
1465
46,800
n/a
4.29
12.0
10.9
38HDS048
1150
45,600
n/a
4.16
12.0
11.0
Legend
* Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Institute
+ Unit must be reconfigured for 1 1/2 ton (18,000 Btuh) operation. Refer to
installations included with the fan coil unit for more details.
Notes:
1) ARI rating conditions is 80 deg F db, 67 deg F wb air entering evaporator and
95 deg F db air entering condenser.
2) Total kW is for total system, including compressor and outdoor and indoor fan motors.
3) Ratings are based on 25 ft of interconnecting refrigerent lines.
4) All system ratings are based on fan coil units operating at high fan speed. Consult Physical Data
tables for airflows at all available fan speeds.
Net Cooling Net Heating
BTUH
BTUH
01/09/02
ARI* Capacities
Satellite Applications
Indoor
Section
Outdoor
Section
Std.
CFM
Net Cooling
BTUH
Total
kW
SEER
EER
40HD024-3
38HDC024-3
38HDL024-3
38HDC036-3,5,6
38HDL036
38HDC048-3,5,6
38HDL048-3
800
800
1,226
1,226
1,610
1,610
24,000
24,000
34,400
35,000
47,000
46,400
–
–
–
–
–
–
11.0
11.0
11.0
10.0
11.0
10.5
10.2
9.8
10.5
10.0
10.4
10.0
40HD036-3
40HD048-3
Legend
*
COP
db
HSPF
wb
Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Institute
Coefficient of Performance
Dry Bulb
Heating Seasional Performance Factor
Wet Bulb
Heating
High
BTUH
–
–
–
–
–
–
Heating
High
COP
–
–
–
–
–
–
Heating
High
HSPF
–
–
–
–
–
–
APPLICATION DATA
1. Unit selection
Select equipment to either match or be slightly less than anticipated peak cooling load. This provides better
humidity control, fewer unit cycles, and less part-load operation. Heating and cooling design loads must both be
checked. To meet heating requirements, calculate booster heater in addition to heat pump capacity. Since indoor
unit is off during defrost cycles, it is not necessary for booster heater to meet total heating requirement. For
units used in spaces with high sensible loads, base equipment selection on unit sensible load, not on total
anticipated load. Adjust for anticipated room wet bulb temperature to avoid undersizing equipment. Heating
load using outdoor air must be checked in addition to cooling load. Heating load of outdoor air can greatly
reduce heating capability. When selecting equipment that has outdoor air introduced into the unit, determine the
mix conditions of room air and outdoor air at design conditions. The cooling capacity tables in this literature are
based on 80 F edb. Adjust for actual dry-bulb and wet-bulb conditions with the required outdoor air to select the
proper equipment.
2. Unit combinations and coil mixed matches
The 38AN/BK, 38HDC, 38HDL, 38HDS, and 38QR units are the only units approved for use with the 40QA, 40QK,
40HD, AND 40QN split systems. The 38HDC, HDL, HDS, and QR units may also be used with other fan coil units in
approved combinations.
The 40CG/38CG, 40CS/38CS, 38SC, and 38SB are matched systems and cannot be used with any other components.
NOTE: The 40QAE and 40QKE series heat pump fan coils may also be used with 38HDC, HDL, and HDS condensing
unit to provide systems with cooling and electric heat. Refer to cooling system product literature for more details.
3. Unit mounting (outdoor)
Unit leveling — For reliable operation, units should be level in all planes.
Clearance —Adequate clearance must be provided for airflow. See dimensional drawings for proper clearances. The
heat pump units are designed for free blow application. Air inlets and outlets should not be restricted. Outdoor fan
external static pressure available is less than 0.1 in. wg.
Unit location — Cooling only units can be stacked 2 high. Heat pump units should not be stacked. Defrosted
condensate from upper unit will re-freeze on lower unit. Units may be wall mounted, pad mounted at ground level, roof
mounted, or mounted on a deck or patio. Be sure water drainage from roof will not drain directly onto the unit. Units
must be mounted so that snow will not obstruct airflow and so that defrosting coil ice may drain freely from the outdoor
unit drain pan. Snow and ice stands must be field fabricated and installed to meet these conditions if necessary. Contact
your local representative for more details. If heat pump units are being installed near a wall, the condenser air should
discharge toward the wall. This will provide inherent coil protection and the best possible sound and airflow performance.
The 38AN units should be mounted with the fan discharge pointed away from the wall.
4. Unit mounting (indoor)
Unit leveling — For reliable operation, units should be level in all planes. The ceiling-suspended fan coils may have a
slight pitch, but only toward the drain connection.
Clearance — Provide adequate clearance for airflow. The unit return and discharge should not be obstructed by
furniture, curtains, or anything which may cause unit short cycling or air recirculation. See base unit dimensional
drawings Section #17 for required clearances.
Unit location — When selecting unit location, select a location which will provide the best air circulation for the room.
MORE INFORMATION ON NEXT PAGE
HIGH WALL UNITS — These units should be positioned as high as possible on the wall for best air circulation.
Allow adequate clearances above the unit for servicing (removing unit covers). Place the unit in the middle (horizontally)
of the wall selected (if possible). Select an outside wall if available to make piping easier, and place the unit so it faces the
normal location of room occupants.
CEILING-SUSPENDED UNITS — These units should be mounted near the ceiling and against a wall. The unit
should be centered (horizontally) on the wall for best performance. Locating the unit on an outside wall will make piping
easier, but units may also be mounted away from a wall if desired. (If the unit is mounted away from a wall, the rear panel
of the unit may need a field-supplied trim strip for improved appearance.) Locate the fan coil return over an area that is
not normally occupied for quietest operation. Do not block air discharge for a minimum of 15 ft to prevent dumping of
cold air and drafts.
IN-CEILING CASSETTE UNITS — These units should be mounted in the ceiling, preferably
near the center of the room. If the unit must be mounted near a wall, close the air discharge on the blocked side(s). (Up to
2 sides may be blocked.) Locate the control box away from the blocked side(s).
CONSOLE UNITS ---- These units should be mounted against the wall. If mounted on an interior wall the
2-way accessory kit can be installed. They may also be used as a Ceiling Suspended Unit. The unit should be centered
(horizontally) on the wall for best performance. Locating the unit on an outside wall will make piping easier.
SATELLITE UNITS – These units should be mounted above a suspended ceiling. . Locating the unit on an outside
wall will make piping easier, but units may also be mounted away from a wall if desired. By using the accessory multizone adapter package and 8” round flex duct, above ceiling fan coils can be connected to multiple Carrier 35BD boot
diffusers for the ultimate in air distribution.
5. Mounting template
40Q series fan coil units are furnished with a mounting template to mark the location of the mounting brackets, wiring,
and refrigeration hole locations. In addition, the Under Ceiling units indicate the location of ventilation-air connections.
6. Support
Adequate support must be provided to support the weight of all fan coils. Refer to the Specifications Section #11 for fan
coil weights, and the base unit dimensional drawings Section #17 for the location of mounting brackets.
7. System operating conditions
OUTDOOR UNITS
Maximum Cooling Ambient (F)
Minimum Cooling Ambient (F) (without accessory low-ambient kit)
Minimum Cooling Ambient (F) (with accessory low-ambient kit)
Minimum Cooling Return-Air Temperature (F)
Maximum Cooling Return-Air Temperature (F)
Maximum Heating Return-Air Temperature (F)
Minimum Heating Return-Air Temperature (F)
Minimum Heating Ambient Temperature (F)
Maximum Heating Ambient Temperature (F)
Saturated Suction Temperature Range
Minimum (F)
Maximum (F)
Saturated Condensing Temperature Range
Minimum (F)
Maximum (F)
Maximum Compressor Discharge Temperature (F)
Minimum Discharge Superheat (F)
*Dry bulb/wet bulb.
MORE INFORMATION ON NEXT PAGE
Operating limits:
125
55
-20
55
95
80/71*
55
0
80
-15
55
85
150
275
60
FAN COIL UNITS
CONDITION
Maximum Room Temperature (F)
Minimum Room Temperature (F)
Maximum Return Air (F)
Dry-Bulb
Wet-Bulb
Minimum Return Air (F) Heat Pump
Maximum Saturated Suction Temperature (F)
Minimum Saturated Suction Temperature (F)
40QN
84
64
40QA
84
64
40QK
95
55
85
72
28
55
27
85
72
28
55
27
85
72
28
55
27
40CG
40CS
40HD
8. Low-ambient operation
Units can operate in cooling down to 55 F under all conditions without a low-ambient kit. Units equipped with accessory
low-ambient kits should also be equipped with wind baffle, isolation relay, and crankcase heater (scroll units). NOTE: Not
available on Console Systems.
Winter Start Kit --- The use of a winter start control may extend the operating range, generally to 35 F or 40 F, without
the addition of the Low Ambient Kit. Winter Start bypasses the low pressure switch for 3 minutes and is not required on
38AN units. NOTE: Not available on Console Systems.
Freezestat — Freeze-up protection is provided on all duct-free fan coil units.
Crankcase heater — Scroll compressor units with low-ambient control or scroll compressor units in long-line
applications should be equipped with crankcase heaters to prevent refrigerant migration during compressor off cycle.
Heaters are factory installed on Console Heat Pump Systems.
9. Metering devices
38AN/BK units — The38AN & BK 009 & 012 units have capillary tubes for refrigerant metering (in both cooling and
heating) located in the outdoor unit. These units may only be used with 40QN fan coils of the same size.
38CG,CS,SB, & SC --- The 38CG,CS,SB, and SC units have capillary tubes for refrigerant metering (in both cooling
and heating) located in the outdoor unit.
38HD, QR & 38BK 018 & 024 units — These units use a piston-type metering device located in the
indoor unit (for cooling) and in the outdoor liquid service valve (for heating). Pistons function as
check valves in addition to being metering devices.
NOTE: All duct-free split systems that use Chattleff style AccuRater pistons use Type ‘‘B’’. DO NOT mix Type ‘‘A’’
and Type ‘‘B’’ pistons. See Long-Lines Applications Section #15 for changes in piston sizes due to long lines.
10. Drain connections
Install drains to meet local sanitation codes. If adequate gravity drainage cannot be provided, unit should be equipped with
accessory condensate pump.
NOTE: The 40QK & 40HD units have a condensate pump installed as standard from the factory. High wall fan coil
units may use either standard or high lift condensate pumps. High lift pumps have a 10 ft lift, and standard high wall and
all other fan coil unit condensate pumps have a lift capability of 20 in. lift above the condensate pan level. See base unit
dimensional drawings Section#17 for drain locations and sizes.
NOTE: High wall fan coil units have internal condensate traps. All other fan coil units require a field supplied external
condensate trap. Drain connections may be routed through alternate locations on most fan coils. See base unit
dimensional drawings Section #17 for possible alternate locations.
MORE INFORMATION ON NEXT PAGE
11. Fresh air and ducting
a.
The ceiling-suspended fan coil units may bring in
up to 30% fresh air. The percentage of air allowable is
calculated based on the unit high speed cfm. Air quantities above this level may exceed compressor maximum saturated suction temperatures. A power
ventilation kit is available to overcome ventilation duct
static. See Power Ventilation Kit Available Static Pressure table below.
b.
The in-ceiling cassette fan coil units may bring in
up to 20% fresh air. This 20% maximum should not be
exceeded. A power ventilation kit is available to overcome ventilation duct static. See Power Ventilation Kit
Available Static Pressure table below.
c.
The in-ceiling cassette fan coil units may have an
extension duct installed. See Static Capability and
Design Considerations figures on this page.
POWER VENTILATION KIT AVAILABLE STATIC PRESSURE
FAN
HP
WATTS
RPM
VOLTAGE
⁄
150
2700
208/230
1 15
0
370
⁄
335
18
CFM AT STATIC PRESSURE (in. wg)
1⁄4
3⁄8
1⁄2
3⁄4
318
298
256
219
1
189
11⁄2
112
DUCT DIA.
(in.)
6
Static Capability and Design Considerations, Systems Using In-Ceiling Cassette 024-048 Fan Coil Units
Duct Free Systems - Electrical Data - 40 Series High Wall Units
Model
40QNB009-1
40QNB012-1
40QNB012-3
40QNB018-3
40QNB024-3
40QNE009-1
40QNH012-3
40QNH018-3
40QNH024-3
Voltage
V-Ph-60Hz
115-1
115-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
115-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
Voltage
Min
Max
104
127
104
127
187
253
187
253
187
253
104
127
187
253
187
253
187
253
Fan
FLA
0.41
0.55
0.23
0.53
0.53
0.41
0.23
0.53
0.53
Heater
kW
------0.75
1.80
1.80
FLA
------3.30
7.80
7.80
MCA
Note #1
Note #1
Note #1
0.66
0.66
Note #1
Note #1
10.90
10.90
Power
MOCP
Note #1
Note #1
Note #1
15.0
15.0
Note #1
Note #1
15.0
15.0
FLA
0.41
0.55
0.23
0.53
0.53
0.41
0.23
0.53
0.53
Minimum
Wire Size
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
Notes:
1) Indoor unit must be connected to outdoor unit. See outdoor unit for data.
Legend:
FLA - Full Load Amps
LRA - Locked Rotor Amps
MCA - Minimum Circuit Amps
MOCP - Maximum Overcurrent Protection Amps. (Fuse or Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Circuit Breaker
Rev "A"
01/09/02
Duct Free Systems - Electrical Data - 40 Series Under Ceiling Units
Model
40QAB018-3~
40QAB024-3
40QAB036-3
40QAB048-3
40QAB060-3
40QAE018-3~
40QAE024-3
40QAE036-3
40QAE048-3
40QAE060-3
Voltage
V-Ph-60Hz
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
Voltage
Min
Max
187
253
187
253
187
253
187
253
187
253
187
253
187
253
187
253
187
253
187
253
Fan
FLA
0.50
0.50
1.30
1.60 *
2.60 **
0.50
0.50
1.30
1.60 *
2.60 **
Heater
kW
-----2.00
2.00
3.00
4.00
5.00
FLA
-----8.66
8.66
13.00
17.40
21.70
MCA
0.63
0.63
1.60
2.00
3.30
9.29
9.29
17.70
23.80
28.70
Power
MOCP
15.0
15.0
15.0
15.0
15.0
15.0
15.0
20.0
25.0
30.0
FLA
0.50
0.50
1.30
1.60
2.60
11.29
11.29
14.30
19.00
24.30
Minimum
Wire Size
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
12
10
Legend:
* One fan is 1.1 Amps, the second fan is 0.5 Amps
** Two fans each operating at 1.3 Amps
~ The QAB/QAE018 is a QAB/QAE024 using a different motor speed fan tap plug.
FLA - Full Load Amps
LRA - Locked Rotor Amps
MCA - Minimum Circuit Amps
MOCP - Maximum Overcurrent Protection Amps. (Fuse or Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Circuit Breaker
Rev /
01/09/02
Duct Free Systems - Electrical Data - 40 Series Console Units
Model
40CG-018---301RM
40CG-024---301RM
40CG-030---301RM
40CS-018---301RM
40CS-024---301RM
40CS-030---301RM
Voltage
V-Ph-60Hz
Voltage
Min
Max
Fan
FLA
Heater
kW
FLA
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
187
187
187
187
187
187
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
---2.0
3.0
3.0
253
253
253
253
253
253
---9.0
13.6
13.6
MCA
Power
MOCP
FLA
Minimum
Wire Size
0.8
0.8
0.8
11.5
17.0
17.0
15
15
15
25
35
40
0.6
0.6
0.6
8.9
13.1
13.1
14
14
14
14
10
10
Legend:
* One fan is 1.1 Amps, the second fan is 0.5 Amps
** Two fans each operating at 1.3 Amps
~ The QAB/QAE018 is a QAB/QAE024 using a different motor speed fan tap plug.
FLA - Full Load Amps
LRA - Locked Rotor Amps
MCA - Minimum Circuit Amps
MOCP - Maximum Overcurrent Protection Amps. (Fuse or Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Circuit Breaker
Rev "A"
01/09/02
Duct Free Systems - Electrical Data - 40 Series Cassette Units
Model
40QKB024-3
40QKB036-3
40QKE024-3
40QKE036-3
40QKE048-3
Voltage
V-Ph-60Hz
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
Voltage
Min
187
187
187
187
187
Max
253
253
253
253
253
Fan
FLA
0.44
.44/.44
0.44
0.78
1.04
Heater
kW
FLA
----1.80 *
7.50
2.70 *
11.25
2.70 *
11.25
MCA
0.55
1.10
0.6/9.4
1.0/15.0
1.3/15.0
Power
MOCP
15.0
15.0
15/15
15/15
15/15
FLA
0.44
0.88
7.94
12.80
12.03
Notes:
1) Two MCA, MOCP, and minimum wire size values are shown for units with separate unit and heater circuits.
The first value applies to the unit circuit and the second applies to the heater circuit.
2) Two fan motors are used on the QKB036, QKE036 AND QKE048
Legend
*
Separate unit and heater circuits required
FLA - Full Load Amps
LRA - Locked Rotor Amps
MCA - Minimum Circuit Amps
MOCP - Maximum Overcurrent Protection Amps. (Fuse or Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Circuit Breaker
Duct Free Systems - Electrical Data - 40 Series Hydronic Cassette Units
Model No of Pipes
Voltage
V-Ph-60Hz
Min
Max
40WKN004-2
208/230-1
253
187
40WKN008-2
208/230-1
253
187
40WKM010-2
208/230-1
253
187
40WKM010-4
208/230-1
253
187
40WKN016-2
208/230-1
253
187
40WKN020-2
208/230-1
253
187
40WKN020-4
208/230-1
253
187
Speed
High
Med
Low
High
Med
Low
High
Med
Low
High
Med
Low
High
Med
Low
High
Med
Low
High
Med
Low
Fan (Note #1)
Watts
FLA
120
0.6
85
0.5
75
0.4
120
0.6
85
0.5
75
0.4
120
0.6
85
0.5
75
0.4
120
0.6
90
0.4
70
0.4
275
1.2
185
0.8
160
0.7
275
1.2
185
0.8
160
0.7
275
1.2
190
0.8
165
0.7
System Power
MCA
MOCP
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
Notes:
1) Nominal HP 1/16
2) Two fan motore are used on the WKN016 and WKN020
Legend
FLA - Full Load Amps
LRA - Locked Rotor Amps
MCA - Minimum Circuit Amps
MOCP - Maximum Overcurrent Protection Amps. (Fuse or Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Circuit Breaker
Rev "A"
01/09/02
Minimum
Wire Size
14
14
14/14
14/14
14/14
Duct Free Systems - Electrical Data - 40 Series Satellite Units
Model
40HD024-3
40HD036-3
40HD048-3
Voltage
V-Ph-60Hz
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
Voltage
Min
187
187
187
Max
253
253
253
Fan
FLA
1.11
2.27
2.27
Heater
kW
FLA
–
–
–
–
–
–
MCA
1.31
2.65
2.65
Power
MOCP
15
15
15
FLA
1.11
2.27
2.27
Minimum
Wire Size
14
14
14
Notes:
1) Indoor unit must be connected to outdoor unit. See outdoor unit for data.
Legend:
FLA - Full Load Amps
LRA - Locked Rotor Amps
MCA - Minimum Circuit Amps
MOCP - Maximum Overcurrent Protection Amps. (Fuse or Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Circuit Breaker
Rev /
02/15/02
Duct Free Systems - Electrical Data - Condensers
Model
38AN-009 ~
38AN-012-1~
38AN-012-3 ~
38BK-009 ~
38BK-012 ~
38BK018
38BK024
38HDC018
38HDC024
38HDC030
38HDC036-3
38HDC036-5
38HDC036-6
38HDC048-3
38HDC048-5
38HDC048-6
38HDC060-3
38HDC060-5
38HDC060-6
38HDL018
38HDL024
38HDL030
38HDL036
38HDL048
38HDL060
38HDS024
38QR018C
38QR024C
38QR030C
38QR036C-3
38QR036C-5
38QR036C-6
38QR048C-3
38QR048C-5
38QR048C-6
38QR060C-3
38QR060C-5
38QR060C-6
38CG018-3
38CG024-3
38CG030-3
38CS018-3
38CS024-3
38CS030-3
38SC030-3
38SB030-3
Voltage
V-Ph-60Hz
115-1
115-1
208/230-1
115-1-60
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-3
460-3
208/230-1
208/230-3
460-3
208/230-1
208/230-3
460-3
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-3
460-3
208/230-1
208/230-3
460-3-60
208/230-1
208/230-3
460-3
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
208/230-1
Voltage
Min
104
104
187
104
187
187
187
187
187
187
187
187
414
187
187
414
187
187
414
187
187
187
187
187
187
187
187
187
187
187
187
414
187
187
414
187
187
414
187
187
187
187
187
187
187
187
Max
127
127
253
127
253
253
253
253
253
253
253
253
508
253
253
508
253
253
508
253
253
253
253
253
253
253
253
253
253
253
253
508
253
253
508
253
253
508
253
253
253
253
253
253
253
253
Compressor
RLA
7.6
10.9
5.5
9.0
5.8
9.8
11.7
8.0
12.9
15.0
17.9
11.4
5.7
26.4
15.0
8.2
28.9
16.0
8.0
10.7
13.2
15.7
16.4
24.3
28.6
12.9
9.8
11.7
13.5
17.9
11.2
5.2
23.2
15.3
7.3
31.7
20.4
10.8
7.4
9.6
14.2
7.4
9.6
14.2
14.2 x (2)
14.2 x (2)
LRA
46.5
63.0
30.0
45.0
30.0
49.0
61.0
49.0
62.5
76.0
88.0
77.0
38.5
129.0
99.0
49.5
165.0
125.0
62.5
47.0
59.0
73.0
86.7
131.0
170.0
62.5
49.0
61.0
76.0
90.5
66.0
35.0
110.0
92.0
46.0
135.0
105.0
55.0
48.0
61.0
94.0
48.0
61.0
94.0
94 x (2)
94 x (2)
Fan
FLA
0.76
0.88
0.35
0.76
0.35
0.70
0.70
0.70
0.70
0.70
0.70
0.70
0.40
1.45
1.45
0.80
1.45
1.45
0.80
0.70
0.70
0.70
0.70
1.45
1.45
0.70
0.70
0.70
0.70
0.70
1.45
0.80
1.45
1.45
0.80
1.45
1.45
0.80
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
MCA
12.1 *
17.00
8.5 *
11.2 *
8.9 *
13.00
15.30
10.70
16.80
19.50
23.10
15.00
7.50
34.50
20.20
11.10
36.60
21.50
10.80
14.10
17.20
20.30
21.20
31.80
37.20
16.80
13.00
15.30
17.60
23.10
15.50
7.30
30.50
20.60
9.90
42.00
27.00
15.00
11.40
14.10
19.80
22.10
30.40
36.10
19.8 x (2)
36.1 x (2)
Power Supply
MOCP
15 *
15 *
15 *
15 *
15 *
20
25
15
25
30
40
25
15
60
35
15
60
35
15
25
30
35
30
50
65
25
20
25
30
40
25
15
50
35
15
60
45
25
15
20
30
25
35
40
30 x (2)
40 x (2)
FLA
8.36
11.78
5.85
9.76
6.15
10.50
12.40
8.70
13.60
15.70
18.60
12.10
6.10
27.85
16.45
9.00
30.35
17.45
8.80
11.40
13.90
16.40
17.10
25.75
30.05
13.60
10.50
12.40
14.20
18.60
12.70
6.00
24.70
16.80
8.10
33.20
21.90
11.60
8.90
11.10
15.70
8.90
11.10
15.70
1.50
1.50
Notes
* MCA and MOCP are for both indoor and outdoor units (system)
~ These units can only be used with 40QNB fan colis.
Legend
*
Separate unit and heater circuits required
FLA - Full Load Amps
LRA - Locked Rotor Amps
MCA - Minimum Circuit Amps
MOCP - Maximum Overcurrent Protection Amps. (Fuse or Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Circuit Breaker
Rev "A"
01/09/02
Duct Free Systems - System Charges
Cooling Only High Wall
Heat Pump High Wall
Heat Cool Under Ceiling
COOLING WITH ELECTRIC HEAT
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
40QNB009
40QNB012-1
40QNB012-3
40QNB018
38AN-009-1
38AN012-1
38AN012-3
38HDC018
38HDL018
38HDL018
38HDC024
38HDL024
40QNB024
System
Charge
Lbs
1.5
1.8
1.8
4.6
3.8
3.8
6
4.4
Cooling Only Under Ceiling
Indoor
Unit
40QAB024 ^
40QAB024
40QAB036
40QAB036
40QAB048
40QAB060
Outdoor
Unit
38HDC018-3
38HDL018-3
38HDC024-3
38HDL024-3
38HDC030-3
38HDL030-3
38HDC036-3
38HDC036-5
38HDC036-6
38HDL036-3
38HDC048-3
38HDC048-5
38HDC048-6
38HDL048-3
38HDC060-3
38HDC060-5
38HDC060-6
38HDL060-3
System
Charge
Lbs
3.7
4.3
6.3
4.9
7.1
5.2
5.4
5.4
5.4
5.0
7.4
7.4
7.4
7.1
13.6
13.6
13.6
13.6
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
40QNE009
40QNH012
40QNH018
40QNH024
38BK-009-1
38BK-012-3
38BK-018-3
38BK-024-3
40QKB024 ^
38HDC018-3
38HDL018-3
38HDC024-3
38HDL024-3
38HDC030-3
38HDL030-3
38HDC036-3
38HDC036-5
38HDC036-6
38HDL036-3
40QKB036
System
Charge
Lbs
4.8
3.9
5.4
4.6
5.2
5.6
6.0
6.0
6.0
6.0
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
40QAE024
38QR-018C-3
38QR-024C-3
38QR-030C-3
38QR-036C-3
38QR-036C-5
38QR-036C-6
38QR-048C-3
38QR-048C-5
38QR-048C-6
38QR-060C-3
38QR-060C-5
38QR-060C-6
40QAE036
40QAE048
40QAE060
40CG-018---301RM 38CG-018---301
40CG-024---301RM 38CG-024---301
40CG-030---301RM 38CG-030---301
40QAE024
38HDC018-3
38HDC024-3
38HDL018-3
38HDL024-3
38HDC030-3
38HDC036-3
38HDC036-5,6
38HDL030-3
38HDL036-3
38HDC048-3
38HDC048-5,6
38HDL048-3
38HDC060-3
38HDC060-5,6
38HDL060-3
40QAE048
40QAE060
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
40QKE024
40QKE036
38QR-018C-3
38QR-024C-3
38QR-030C-3
38QR-036C-3
38QR-036C-5
38QR-036C-6
System
Charge
Lbs
5.5
5.9
5.9
5.9
8.0
8.0
System
Charge
Lbs
3.6
6.2
4.3
4.9
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.2
5.0
7.4
7.4
7.1
13.6
13.6
8.7
Heat Cool Cassette
COOLING WITH ELECTRIC HEAT
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
40QKE024
38HDC018-3
38HDL018-3
38HDC024-3
38HDL024-3
38HDC030-3
38HDL030-3
38HDC036-3
38HDC036-5,6
38HDL036-3
40QKE036
40QKE048
System
Charge
Lbs
5.8
3.9
4.8
4.6
5.2
5.6
5.8
5.8
6.0
Heat Pump Console
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
40CS-018---301RM 38CS-018---301
40CS-024---301RM 38CS-024---301
40CS-030---301RM 38CS-030---301
System
Charge
Lbs
5.2
4.7
6.2
Heat Pump Console Multi Zone
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
40CS-030---301RM 38SB-030---301
Outdoor
Unit
System
Charge
Lbs
4.3
6.3
6.4
7.5
8.7
8.7
10.0
10.0
10.0
11.9
11.9
11.9
Heat Pump Cassette
Cooling Only Console
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
Heat Pump Under Ceiling
40QKE048
Outdoor
Unit
Indoor
Unit
40QAE036
Cooling Only Cassette
Indoor
Unit
System
Charge
Lbs
1.5
2.0
5.0
5.1
System
Charge
Lbs
12.4
System
Charge
Lbs
5.2
4.7
6.2
Cooling Only Console Multi Zone
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
40CG-030---301RM 38SC-030---301
System
Charge
Lbs
12.4
Cooling Only Satellite
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
40HD024-3
38HDC024-3
38HDL024-3
38HDC036-3,5,6
38HDL036
38HDC048-3,5,6
38HDL048-3
40HD036-3
40HD048-3
System
Charge
Lbs
5.5
4.4
6.3
5.8
7.8
7.9
Note:
1) Charge is based on 25' of interconnecting tubing. Charge may
need to be added for longer runs.
2) Cooling units shipped with a full charge. Heat Pumps are
shipped with a holding charge
Rev "A"
02/15/02
Duct Free Systems
High Wall Features and Accessories
AN/QNB
All
Accumulator
Standard
Acoustically Lined Compressor Compartment
Standard
Auto Change over Cooling to Heating
N/A
Auto Restart Function
Standard
Automatic Air Swing (Horizontal Louvers)
Standard
Automatic Indoor Fan Sped Control
Standard
Automatic Start/Stop Timer 24 Hour
Standard
Charcoal Filter Kit
Accessory
Cleanable Filters
Standard
Compressor Start Assistance (Recip Compressors) N/A
Compressor Time Guard Cycle Protector
N/A
Compressor Warranty (5 Year)
Standard
Condensate Pump
Accessory
Condenser Wall Mounting Kit
N/A
Control Power Cable, 35 ft, 24 volt
N/A
Control Power Cable, 35 ft, Line Voltage
Standard
Crankcase Heater (Recip/Rotary Compressors)
Accessory
Crankcase Heater (Scroll Compressors)
N/A
Cycle-LOC Device
Standard
Demand Defrost
N/A
Diagnostics
Standard
Electric Heat
N/A
Evaporator Coil Freeze Protection
Standard
Fully Insulated Indoor Unit Cabinet
Standard
Heating Operation to -20 F
N/A
High and Low Voltage Terminal Block (Indoor)
Standard
High and Low Voltage Terminal Block (outdoor)
N/A
High Pressure Switch
N/A
Ice Stand
N/A
Indoor Fan Motor (3 Speed)
Standard
Liquid Solenoid Valve
N/A
Loss of Charge Switch
N/A
Low Ambient Temperature Controls to -20F
Accessory
Low Pressure Switch
N/A
Manually Controlled Air Distribution (Vertical Louvers)Standard
Metering Device, AccuRater
N/A
Metering Device, Capillary
Standard
Metering Device, TXV, (Note #2)
N/A
Microprocessor Control
Standard
Mounting Bracket
Standard
Outdoor Low Voltage Terminal Block
Standard
Snow Stand
Accessory
Stacking Rails
N/A
Suction and Discharge Service Taps (Note #1)
Standard
Thermistor Cable Assembly
Standard
Totally Enclosed Fan Motor
Standard
Wall Mount
Accessory
Warm Start (Heating)
N/A
Wind Baffles
Accessory
Winter Start Control (Note #2)
N/A
Wireless Remote Control
Standard
Feature
Legend
N/A - Not Available on this Combination
08/07/00
BK/QNE
009
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Standard
Standard
N/A
Standard
Accessory
N/A
N/A
Standard
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
Standard
N/A
N/A
Accessory
N/A
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Accessory
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Standard
Accessory
N/A
Standard
Outdoor Section/Indoor Section
BK/QNH
BK/QNH
HDC/QNB
012
018/024
All
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
N/A
Accessory
Accessory
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
N/A
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
N/A
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
Accessory
Accessory
N/A
Standard
N/A
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
N/A
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
Standard
N/A
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
N/A
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
Standard
Standard
HDL/QNB
All
N/A
Standard
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Standard
N/A
Accessory
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
N/A
N/A
Accessory
Accessory
N/A
Standard
N/A
Standard
Standard
N/A
Standard
N/A
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
Accessory
N/A
Accessory
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
N/A
Standard
Accessory
N/A
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
HDS/QNB
All
Standard
Standard
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Standard
N/A
N/A
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
N/A
N/A
Accessory
Standard
N/A
Standard
N/A
Standard
Standard
N/A
Standard
N/A
Standard
Accessory
Standard
Accessory
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
N/A
Standard
Accessory
N/A
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
Notes:
1) The HDC, HDL, QRC are equipped with 4 taps; one for each service valve and
one each on the compressor suction and discharge. The HDS is equipped with taps
at each suction valve, and compressor suction and discharge lines. The AN & BK009/012
have service taps at the suction service valve and on the liquid line inside the unit.
2) Located in the outdoor unit
3) HDC, HDL, and HDS units may be matched with Heat Pump Fan Coils to make
Electric Heat Systems
Duct Free Systems
Under Ceiling Features and Accessories
Feature
Accumulator
Acoustically Lined Compressor Compartment
Adjacent Room Cooling/Heating Capability
Auto Change over Cooling to Heating
Auto Restart Function
Automatic Air Swing (Horizontal Louvers)
Automatic Indoor Fan Sped Control (Note #1)
Automatic Start/Stop Timer 24 Hour (Note #1)
Charcoal Filter Kit
Cleanable Filters
Compressor Start Assistance (Recip Compressors)
Compressor Time Guard Cycle Protector
Compressor Warranty (5 Year)
Condensate Pump
Condenser Wall Mounting Kit
Control Power Cable, 50 ft, 24 volt
Crankcase Heater (Recip Compressors)
Crankcase Heater (Scroll Compressors)
Cycle-LOC Device
Demand Defrost
Diagnostics (Note #1)
Electric Heat
Electro-mechanical Control (24 Volt)
Evaporator Coil Freeze Protection
Fresh Air Intake Kit (Under Ceiling & Console)
Fully Insulated Indoor Unit Cabinet
Heating Operation to -20 F
High and Low Voltage Terminal Block (Indoor)
High and Low Voltage Terminal Block (oudoor)
High Pressure Switch
Ice Stand
Indoor Fan Motor (3 Speed)
Indoor Guard (Discharge Grille)
Liquid Solenoid Valve
Loss of Charge Switch
Low Ambient Temperature Controls to -20F
Low Pressure Switch
Manually Controlled Air Distribution (Vertical Louvers)
Metering Device, AccuRater
Metering Device, Capillary
Metering Device, TXV (Note #3)
Microprocessor Control
Mounting Bracket
Outdoor Low Voltage Terminal Block
Power Ventilation Kit
Programmable Electronic Thermostat
Remote Control (Two Way Communicating)
Refrigerant Line Turn Elbow
Snow Stand
Stacking Rails
Suction and Discharge Service Taps (Note #2)
Thermistor Cable Assembly
Time/Temperature Defrost
Totally Enclosed Fan Motor
Wall Mount
Warm Start (Heating)
Wind Baffles
Winter Start Control
Legend
N/A Not Available on This Combination
HDC/QAB
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Standard
N/A
Standard
N/A
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Standard
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
N/A
Accessory
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
N/A
N/A
Standard
Accessory
N/A
Accessory
Accessory
Under Ceiling Outdoor/Indoor
HDL/QAB
HDS/QAB
QR/QAE
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
Accessory
N/A
N/A
Standard
Accessory
Standard
Accessory
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
N/A
N/A
Standard
Accessory
N/A
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
N/A
N/A
Standard
Accessory
N/A
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
N/A
Standard
Standard
Accessory
N/A
Accessory
Accessory
Note:
1) When installed with Carrier Specified Thermostate on Under Ceiling or Through Remote Control on Console
2) The HDC, HDL, QRC are equipped with 4 taps; one for each service valve and
one each on the compressor suction and discharge. The HDS is equipped with taps
at each suction valve, and compressor suction and discharge lines.
3) Located in the outdoor unit
4) HDC, HDL, and HDS units may be matched with Heat Pump Fan Coils to make
Electric Heat Systems
Rev "A"
11/26/01
Duct Free Systems
Console Features and Accessories
Feature
Accumulator
Acoustically Lined Compressor Compartment
Adjacent Room Cooling/Heating Capability
Auto Change over Cooling to Heating
Auto Restart Function
Automatic Air Swing (Horizontal Louvers)
Automatic Indoor Fan Sped Control (Note #1)
Automatic Start/Stop Timer 24 Hour (Note #1)
Charcoal Filter Kit
Cleanable Filters
Compressor Start Assistance (Recip Compressors)
Compressor Time Guard Cycle Protector
Compressor Warranty (5 Year)
Condensate Pump
Condenser Wall Mounting Kit
Control Power Cable, 50 ft, 24 volt
Crankcase Heater (Recip Compressors)
Crankcase Heater (Scroll Compressors)
Cycle-LOC Device
Demand Defrost
Diagnostics (Note #1)
Electric Heat
Electro-mechanical Control (24 Volt)
Evaporator Coil Freeze Protection
Fresh Air Intake Kit (Console)
Fully Insulated Indoor Unit Cabinet
Heating Operation to -20 F
High and Low Voltage Terminal Block (Indoor)
High and Low Voltage Terminal Block (oudoor)
High Pressure Switch
Ice Stand
Indoor Fan Motor (3 Speed)
Indoor Guard (Discharge Grille)
Liquid Solenoid Valve
Loss of Charge Switch
Low Ambient Temperature Controls to -20F
Low Pressure Switch
Manually Controlled Air Distribution (Vertical Louvers)
Metering Device, AccuRater
Metering Device, Capillary
Metering Device, TXV (Note #3)
Microprocessor Control
Mounting Bracket
Outdoor Low Voltage Terminal Block
Power Ventilation Kit
Programmable Electronic Thermostat
Remote Control (Two Way Communicating)
Refrigerant Line Turn Elbow
Snow Stand
Stacking Rails
Suction and Discharge Service Taps (Note #2)
Thermistor Cable Assembly
Time/Temperature Defrost
Totally Enclosed Fan Motor
Wall Mount
Warm Start (Heating)
Wind Baffles
Winter Start Control
Legend
N/A Not Available on This Combination
38CG/40CG
N/A
Standard
Field Install
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
Standard
N/A
Standard
Standard
Field Install
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
Standard
Field Install
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
N/A
Standard
N/A
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
Standard
N/A
N/A
Console Outdoor/Indoor
38CS/40CS 38SC/40CG
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Field Install Field Install
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Field Install Field Install
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Field Install
Field Install
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
38SB/40CS
N/A
Standard
Field Install
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
Standard
N/A
Standard
Standard
Field Install
N/A
N/A
Standard
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
Standard
Field Install
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
N/A
Standard
N/A
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
Standard
N/A
N/A
Note:
1) When installed with Carrier Specified Thermostate on Under Ceiling or Through Remote Control on Con
2) The HDC, HDL, QRC are equipped with 4 taps; one for each service valve and
one each on the compressor suction and discharge. The HDS is equipped with taps
at each suction valve, and compressor suction and discharge lines.
3) Located in the outdoor unit
4) HDC, HDL, and HDS units may be matched with Heat Pump Fan Coils to make
Rev /
Electric Heat Systems
11/26/01
Duct Free Systems
Cassette Features and Accessories
Feature
Accumulator
Acoustically Lined Compressor Compartment
Auto Change over Cooling to Heating
Auto Restart Function
Automatic Indoor Fan Sped Control (Note #1)
Automatic Start/Stop Timer 24 Hour (Note #1)
Charcoal Filter Kit
Cleanable Filters
Compressor Start Assistance (Recip Compressors)
Compressor Time Guard Cycle Protector
Compressor Warranty (5 Year)
Condensate Pump
Condenser Wall Mounting Kit
Control Power Cable, 35 ft, 24 volt
Control Power Cable, 35 ft, Line Voltage
Control Power Cable, 50 ft, 24 volt
Crankcase Heater (Recip Compressors)
Crankcase Heater (Scroll Compressors)
Cycle-LOC Device
Demand Defrost
Diagnostics (Note #1)
Discharge Grille (Indoor)
Electric Heat
Electro-mechanical Control (24 Volt)
Evaporator Coil Freeze Protection
Fresh Air Intake Kit
Fully Insulated Indoor Unit Cabinet
Galvanized Steel Casing (Indoor Unit)
Heating Operation to -20 F
High and Low Voltage Terminal Block (Indoor)
High and Low Voltage Terminal Block (outdoor)
High Pressure Switch
Ice Stand
Indoor Fan Motor (3 Speed)
Liquid Solenoid Valve
Loss of Charge Switch
Low Ambient Temperature Controls to -20F
Low Pressure Switch
Manually Controlled Air Diffuser
Metering Device, AccuRater
Metering Device, Capillary
Metering Device, TXV
Mounting Bracket
Outdoor Low Voltage Terminal Block
Power Ventilation Kit
Programmable Electronic Thermostat
Snow Stand
Stacking Rails
Suction and Discharge Service Taps (Note #2)
Thermistor Cable Assembly
Time/Temperature Defrost
Totally Enclosed Fan Motor
Wall Mount
Warm Start (Heating)
Wind Baffles
Winter Start Control
Legend
N/A Not Available on This Combination
08/07/00
Outdoor Section/Indoor Section
HDC/QKB
HDL/QKB
HDS/QKB
QR/QKE
Standard
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
N/A
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
Accessory
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
Accessory
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Note:
1) When installed with Carrier Specified Thermostate
2) The HDC, HDL, QRC are equipped with 4 taps; one for each service valve and
one each on the compressor suction and discharge. The HDS is equipped with taps
at each suction valve, compressor suction and discharge lines.
3) Located at outdoor unit
4) HDC, HDL, and HDS units may be matched with Heat Pump Fan Coils to make
Electric Heat Systems
Duct Free Systems
Satellite Features and Accessories
Feature
Outdoor Section/Indoor Section
HDC/40HD HDL/40HD
QR/40HD
Accumulator
Standard
n/a
Standard
Acoustically Lined Compressor Compartment
Standard
Standard
Standard
Auto Change over Cooling to Heating (Note #1)
n/a
n/a
Standard
Auto Restart Function
Standard
Standard
Standard
Automatic Indoor Fan Sped Control (Note #1)
Standard
Standard
Standard
Automatic Start/Stop Timer 24 Hour (Note #1)
Standard
Standard
Standard
Boot Diffuser
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Cleanable Filters
n/a
n/a
n/a
Standard
Standard
Compressor Start Assistance (Recip Compresso Standard
Compressor Time Guard Cycle Protector
Standard
Accessory
Standard
Compressor Warranty (5 Year)
Standard
Standard
Standard
Condensate Pump
n/a
n/a
n/a
Condenser Wall Mounting Kit
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Control Power Cable, 35 ft, 24 volt
n/a
n/a
n/a
Control Power Cable, 35 ft, Line Voltage
n/a
n/a
n/a
Control Power Cable, 50 ft, 24 volt
n/a
n/a
n/a
Crankcase Heater (Recip Compressors)
Standard
Standard
Standard
Crankcase Heater (Scroll Compressors)
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Cycle-LOC Device
Standard
Accessory
Standard
Demand Defrost
n/a
n/a
Standard
Diagnostics (Note #1)
Standard
Standard
Standard
Electric Heat Package
n/a
n/a
n/a
Electro-mechanical Control (24 Volt)
Standard
Standard
Standard
Evaporator Coil Freeze Protection
Standard
Standard
Standard
Filter Rack Package
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Fresh Air Intake Kit
n/a
n/a
n/a
Fully Insulated Indoor Unit Cabinet
Standard
Standard
Standard
Galvanized Steel Casing (Indoor Unit)
Standard
Standard
Standard
Heating Operation to -20 F
n/a
n/a
Standard
High and Low Voltage Terminal Block (Indoor)
Standard
Standard
Standard
High and Low Voltage Terminal Block (outdoor) Standard
Standard
Standard
High Pressure Switch
Standard
Accessory
Standard
Hot Water Coil Package
n/a
n/a
n/a
Ice Stand
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Indoor Fan Motor (3 Speed)
Standard
Standard
Standard
Liquid Solenoid Valve
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Loss of Charge Switch
n/a
n/a
n/a
Low Ambient Temperature Controls to -20F
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Low Pressure Switch
Standard
Standard
Standard
Manually Controlled Air Diffuser (see 35BD)
Standard
Standard
Standard
Metering Device, AccuRater
Standard
Standard
Standard
Metering Device, Capillary
n/a
n/a
n/a
Metering Device, TXV
n/a
n/a
n/a
Mounting Bracket
Standard
Standard
Standard
Multi-Zone Adapter
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Power Ventilation Kit
n/a
n/a
n/a
Programmable Electronic Thermostat
Standard
Standard
Standard
Return Air Grille Package (Indoor)
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Return Air Plenum Package (Indoor)
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Snow Stand
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Stacking Rails
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Suction and Discharge Service Taps (Note #2)
Standard
Standard
Standard
Thermistor Cable Assembly
n/a
n/a
n/a
Time/Temperature Defrost
n/a
n/a
Standard
Totally Enclosed Fan Motor
Standard
Standard
Standard
Wall Mount
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Warm Start (Heating)
n/a
n/a
n/a
Wind Baffles
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Winter Start Control
Accessory
Accessory
Accessory
Legend
n/a Not Available on This Combination
11/26/01
Note:
1) When installed with Carrier Specified Thermostate
2) The HDC, HDL, QRC are equipped with 4 taps; one for each service valve and
one each on the compressor suction and discharge. The HDS is equipped with taps
at each suction valve, compressor suction and discharge lines.
3) Located at outdoor unit
4) HDC, HDL, and HDS units may be matched with Heat Pump Fan Coils to make
Electric Heat Systems
Accessories – Field Installed
Low Ambient Kit: The Low Ambient Kit is a solid state head pressure controller designed to control
condenser fan cycling, and is activated by a pressure sensor. It is specifically designed to control fan motor
cycles in response to saturated condensing pressure. This device maintains a constant saturated condensing
temperature of 100 deg F +/- 10 deg F at outdoor air temperatures between 55 deg and –20 deg F and can
be used on all condensing units without changing the fan motor. (Standard on HDS)
Winter Start Control: The Winter Start Control is a SPST delay relay. The control bypasses the lowpressure switch for approximately 3 minutes to permit start up for cooling operation under low load
conditions at low ambient temperatures. This relay is recommended on all systems that have the accessory
Low Ambient Kit. Winter Start Control can also be used to provide low ambient cooling at outdoor
ambient temperatures between 55 deg and 40 deg F.
Liquid Line Solenoid Valve: The Liquid Line Solenoid Valve is an electrically operated shutoff valve that
is installed at the outdoor unit to stop and start refrigerant flow in response to compressor operation. The
valve maintains a column of refrigerant in the liquid line between compressor operating cycles and is
required for certain long line applications and to improve system performance.
Crankcase Heater: The Crankcase Heater is available for units with scroll compressors and clamps onto
the compressor oil sump. It is recommended for low ambient applications.
Field Fabricated Accessories: Field Fabricated Accessories including stacking kits, snow and ice stands,
wind baffles, and wall mounting brackets should be constructed in the field using field supplied materials.
For drawings contact your Carrier Representative.
Stacking Rails: Stacking Rails allow stacking of equally sized units or permit smaller units to be stacked
on top of larger units. These field-fabricated rails can be used to stack all condensers except the 38AN and
Heat Pumps.
Snow or Ice Stands: Snow or Ice Stands raise the unit above snow and ice surfaces to permit normal air
circulation, condensate drainage, and maintenance clearance in areas where prolonged subfreezing
temperatures or heavy snowfalls are common. For drawings contact your Carrier Representative.
Wind Baffles: The wind baffle is a field fabricated sheet metal wrapper used to provide improved unit
operation during high winds and is recommended whenever the low ambient accessory is used.
Wall Mount: Wall mount brackets are mounted on the outside of the structure to raise the unit from
ground level, or to mount the unit on a wall adjacent to a sloping roof. Wall mounts are also useful in areas
of heavy snowfall or where space is at a premium. For drawings contact your Carrier Representative.
Indoor Guard: The Indoor Guard is a decorative wire guard for the under ceiling (40QAB) fan coil. The
guard mounts over the fan coil discharge to prevent objects from entering the unit and air swing.
Electronic Programmable Thermostats: Electronic Thermostats are available for cassettes and under
ceiling fan coils. There are three thermostats available for the Duct Free Line. Flat Stat, Slim Line, and a
5-1-1 programmable. The integral subbase provides 3-speed fan switchover capability, auto-change over,
and non-volatile memory. (no battery required)
MORE ON NEXT PAGE
Filter Rack Package – A fully assembled 2” Filter Rack and 1” T.A.W. filter with side access
Multi-zone Adapter – Duct collars, internal insulation, and mounting holes. (3) Outlets for 024, (5) outlets
for the 036, and (6) outlets for the 048
Electric Heat Package – Pre-assembled electric strip heat packages
Boot Diffuser – Ceiling mounted grille for duct terminations (see 35BD-2PD for details)
Return Air Filter Grille Package – (2) 20” x 20” Painted Filters
Return Air Plenum Package – A plenum to connect the Return air grille to the unit
MORE ON NEXT PAGE
Charcoal Filter Kit: The charcoal (carbon) filter kit is available for High Wall fan coils. This
accessory improves indoor air quality by removing volatile organic compounds (VOCs), orders, and
micro-particles from the air. The filter kit can be installed before or after the unit has been mounted on
the wall. Filters should be changed approximately every three months.
Fresh Air Intake & Filter Kit with Power Vent Fan Motor Kit: When used on Under Ceiling fan
coils the Fresh Air Intake & Filter Kit provides up to 30% intake of outdoor air. By adding the Power
Vent Fan Motor Kit to the Cassette fan coil, the two kits together combine, and provide 10% to 15%
intake of outdoor air. The Fresh Air Intake &Filter Kit is mounted at the fan coil and filters the outside
air. (Cassette arrangement shown.) See Section 2, Application Data, for Static Pressure & Design
Considerations.
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Condensate pumps provide lift capability per the table
below:
High Wall 009
High Wall 012-024
1ft to 10ft
3ft to 25 ft
Accessory
Accessory
Under ceiling
20 inches
Accessory
Cassette
20 inches
Standard
Factory
Installed
The pumps mount inside the fan coil with quick plug in
connections, and is recommended when adequate drain line
pitch cannot be provided.
The same pump is used for both Under Ceiling and
Cassette. The Cassette pump is factory installed.
Top of page: Under Ceiling & Cassette Condensate Pump.
Flow Rate 1.3 Pints per Minute@220v.
Max Head 20”@220v.
Two piece pumps are for High Wall applications.
Suction Vertical
Head Discharge
(ft) Height (ft)
3.28
0
19.60
3.28
19.60
3.28
3.28
19.60
3.28
19.60
Horizontal
Discharge
Length (ft)
16.4
16.4
32.8
32.8
16.4
16.4
32.8
32.8
Flow (GPH)
1.98
0.66
1.85
0.53
1.72
0.40
1.59
0.26
For Other combinations contact your Carrier Representative (MORE)
W
WALL
THICKNESS
REAR AIR
OUTLET
REAR
OUTLET
GRILL
112(4.4”)
173(6.8”)
A
WOODEN
FRAME
W
WALL
EVAPORA
V
ATOR
12 (0.5
") min
45
(1
.8"
)
B
A01101
OPEN
SIZE
A
B
(in.)
BACK OPENINGS
2
3
4
5
6
7
9.1
13.4
17.7
22.1
26.4
30.7
(mm)
230
340
450
560
670
780
(in.)
11.2
15.5
19.85
24.2
28.5
32.8
(mm)
284
394
504
514
724
834
Dimensional Drawing
AIR FEEDBACK
GRILLE OR FRESH
AIR INTAKE
PVC
TUBE
AIR
SPONGY
FEEDBACK GASKET
OPENING
A01102
Two Way Air Conditioner
Guide Specifications
High-Wall Heat Pump Units
HVAC Guide Specifications
Size range: ¾ to 2 Tons Cooling Capacity
Carrier Model Number: 40QNE/H & 38BK
Part 1 – General
1.01 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
Indoor, wall-mounted, direct-expansion fan coil to be matched with the commercial
condensing or heat pump units.
1.02 QUALITY ASSURANCE
Unit shall be rated per ARI Standards 210/240 and listed in the ARI directory as a matched
system.
1.03 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
Units shall be stored and handled per unit manufacturer’s recommendations.
1.04 WARRANTY
One-year parts, 5-year compressor limited warranty
Part 2 – Products
2.01 EQUIPMENT
A. General:
Indoor, direct-expansion, wall-mounted fan coil. Unit shall be complete with
cooling/heating (heat pump systems only) coil, fan, fan motor, piping connectors,
electrical controls, microprocessor control system, and integral temperature sensing.
Unit shall be furnished with integral wall-mounting bracket and mounting hardware,
and thermistor interconnection cable.
B. Unit Cabinet:
Cabinet discharge and inlet grilles shall be attractively styled, high-impact
polystyrene. Cabinet shall be fully insulated for improved thermal and acoustic
performance.
C. Fans:
Fan shall be tangential direct-drive blower type with air intake at the upper front face
of the unit and discharge at the bottom front. Automatic, motor-driven vertical air
sweep shall be provided standard
Air sweep operation shall be user selectable. Horizontal direction may be manually
adjusted (using remote controller) and vertical air sweep may be manually set.
(MORE)
D. Coil:
Coil shall be copper tube with aluminum fins and galvanized steel tube sheets. Fins
shall be bonded to the tubes by mechanical expansion. A drip pan under the coil shall
have a drain connection for hose attachment to remove condensate. Condensate pan
shall have internal trap and auxiliary drip pan under coil header.
Note: The units use the AccuRater piston refrigerant metering device in the indoor
unit (for cooling) and at the outdoor unit liquid line service valve for heating.
E. Motors:
Motors shall be open drip-proof, permanently lubricated ball bearing with inherent
overload protection. Fan motors shall be 3-speed.
F. Controls:
Controls shall consist of a microprocessor-based control system which shall control
space temperature, determine optimum fan speed, and run self diagnostics. The
temperature control range shall be from 64 F to 84 F. The unit shall have the
following functions as a minimum.
1. An automatic restart after power failure at the same operating conditions as at
failure.
2. A timer function to provide a minimum 24-hour timer cycle for system Auto.
Start/Stop.
3. Temperature-sensing controls shall sense return-air temperature. Indoor-air
high discharge temperature shutdown shall be provided.
4. Indoor coil freeze protection.
5. Wireless infrared remote control to enter set points and operating conditions.
6. Auto Stop features shall have integral setback control.
7. Automatic airsweep control to provide on or off activation of airsweep
louvers.
8. Dehumidification mode shall provide increased latent removal capability by
modulating system operation and set point temperature.
9. Fan only operation shall provide room air circulation when no cooling is
required.
10. Diagnostics shall provide continuous checks of unit operation and warn of
possible malfunctions. Error messages shall be displayed at the unit and at the
remote controller.
11. An indoor to outdoor thermistor connection cable shall be provided with the
fan coil unit.
12. Fan speed control shall be user-selectable: high, medium, low, or
microprocessor automatic operation during all operating modes.
13. A time delay shall prevent compressor restart in less than 3 minutes.
14. Automatic heating-to cooling changeover to provide automatic heating and
cooling operation. Control shall include deadband to prevent rapid mode
cycling.
15. Demand defrost shall be provided and shall minimize defrost cycles by
internally adjusting defrost timing based on frost accumulation.
16. Indoor coil high temperature protection shall be provided to detect excessive
indoor discharge temperature when unit is in heat pump mode.
(MORE)
G. Filters:
Unit shall have filter track with factory-supplied cleanable filters.
H. Electrical Requirements:
Unit shall operate on 115 v (009), 208 v (012-024), or 230 v (012-024), 60 Hz power
supply as specified on the equipment schedule. Power and control connections shall
have terminal block connections.
I. Operating Characteristics:
Indoor
Unit
40QNE009-1
40QNH012-3
40QNH018-3
40QNH024-3
* Dry Bulb
** Wet Bulb
Outdoor
Unit
38BK-003-1
38BK012-3
38BK018-3
38BK024-3
ARI Capacity
C/O
H/P
Btuh
Btuh
8,700
9,000
11,100
11,700
17,300
16,400
23,200
21,000
ARI
CFM
252
300
485
520
Air *
Entering
Condenser
95 Deg. F
95 Deg. F
95 Deg. F
95 Deg. F
Air *
Entering
Evaporator
80Deg. F
80Deg. F
80Deg. F
80Deg. F
Air **
Entering
Evaporator
67 Deg. F
67 Deg. F
67 Deg. F
67 Deg. F
SEER
HSPF
10
10
11
11
6.8
6.8
6.8
6.8
Indoor
Power
50.6
54.0
58.6
61.7
Sound Rating (dba)
Indoor Outdoor Outdoor
Pressure Power Pressure
42.3
63.4
55.1
45.7
62.8
54.5
50.3
67.2
58.9
53.4
63.3
55.0
Note: For alternate air entering conditions see the Carrier Product Selector
J. Refrigerant Lines:
The 009 and 012 units shall have rotatable refrigerant lines for penetration through
the wall using flare connections. All units shall have flare connections and a 90degree suction elbow shall be provided for rear connection.
K. Special Features (Field Installed):
1. Condensate Pump:
The condensate pump shall remove condensate from the drain pan when gravity
drainage cannot be used. Pump shall be designed for quiet operation. Pump shall
consist of two parts: an internal reservoir/sensor assembly, and a remote soundshielded pump assemble. The lift capability of the condensate pump shall be 1 to
10 ft (009 size unit) or 3 to 25 ft (0012-024 size units). A level sensor on the
condensate pan shall stop cooling operation if the level in the condensate pan is
unacceptable.
2. Charcoal Filter Kit:
Kit shall include active charcoal filter(s) and required collectors and/or frames.
Filters shall aid in removing volatile organic compounds and micro-particles from
the air in the conditioned space.
Guide Specifications
High-Wall Cooling Only Units
HVAC Guide Specifications
Size range: ¾ to 2 Tons Cooling Capacity
Carrier Model Number: 40QNB & 38HDC/HDL
Part 1 – General
1.01 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
Indoor, wall-mounted, direct-expansion fan coil to be matched with the commercial or light
commercial condensing unit.
1.02 QUALITY ASSURANCE
Unit shall be rated per ARI Standards 210/240 and listed in the ARI directory as a matched
system.
1.03 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
Units shall be stored and handled per unit manufacturer’s recommendations.
1.04 WARRANTY
One-year parts, 5-year compressor limited warranty
Part 2 – Products
2.01 EQUIPMENT
A. General:
Indoor, direct-expansion, wall-mounted fan coil. Unit shall be complete with
cooling/heating (heat pump systems only) coil, fan, fan motor, piping connectors,
electrical controls, microprocessor control system, and integral temperature sensing.
Unit shall be furnished with integral wall-mounting bracket and mounting hardware.
B. Unit Cabinet:
Cabinet discharge and inlet grilles shall be attractively styled, high-impact
polystyrene. Cabinet shall be fully insulated for improved thermal and acoustic
performance.
C. Fans:
Fan shall be tangential direct-drive blower type with air intake at the upper front face
of the unit and discharge at the bottom front. Automatic, motor-driven vertical air
sweep shall be provided standard
Air sweep operation shall be user selectable. Horizontal direction may be manually
adjusted (using remote controller) and vertical air sweep may be manually set. (MORE)
D. Coil:
Coil shall be copper tube with aluminum fins and galvanized steel tube sheets. Fins
shall be bonded to the tubes by mechanical expansion. A drip pan under the coil shall
have a drain connection for hose attachment to remove condensate. Condensate pan
shall have internal trap and auxiliary drip pan under coil header.
Note: The 40QNB009, 012 units use capillary tubes in the outdoor unit for refrigerant
control, and the 40 QNB018, 024 units use the AccuRater piston refrigerant
metering device in the indoor unit.
E. Motors:
Motors shall be open drip-proof, permanently lubricated ball bearing with inherent
overload protection. Fan motors shall be 3-speed.
F. Controls:
Controls shall consist of a microprocessor-based control system, which shall control
space temperature, determine optimum fan speed, and run self-diagnostics. The
temperature control range shall be from 64 F to 84 F. The unit shall have the
following functions as a minimum.
1. An automatic restart after power failure at the same operating conditions as at
failure.
2. A timer function to provide a minimum 24-hour timer cycle for system Auto.
Start/Stop.
3. Temperature-sensing controls shall sense return-air temperature. Indoor-air
high discharge temperature shutdown shall be provided.
4. Indoor coil freeze protection.
5. Wireless infrared remote control to enter set points and operating conditions.
6. Auto Stop features shall have integral setback control.
7. Automatic airsweep control to provide on or off activation of airsweep
louvers.
8. Dehumidification mode shall provide room air circulation when no cooling is
required.
9. Fan only operation shall provide room air circulation when no cooling is
required.
10. Diagnostics shall provide continuous checks of unit operation and warn of
possible malfunctions. Error messages shall be displayed at the unit and at the
remote controller.
11. Fan speed control shall be user-selectable: high, medium, low, or
microprocessor automatic operation during all operating modes.
12. A time delay shall prevent compressor restart in less than 3 minutes.
G. Filters:
Unit shall have filter track with factory-supplied cleanable filters.
(MORE)
H. Electrical Requirements:
Unit shall operate on 115-v (009 & 012), or 208/230 v (012-024), 60 Hz power
supply as specified on the equipment schedule. Power and control connections shall
have terminal block connections.
I. Operating Characteristics:
Nominal
Capacity
Tons
0.75
1
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
1.5
40QNB009-1
40QNB012-1
40QNB012-3
40QNB018-3
2
40QNB024-3
38AN-009-1
38AN-012-1
38AN-012-3
38HDC018-3
38HDL018-3
38HDL018-3
38HDC024-3
38HDL024-3
ARI
Capacity
Btuh
8,500
11,000
11,600
17,300
16,200
17,600
22,600
22,600
ARI
CFM
SEER
EER
215
300
302
480
480
550
550
550
10.5
10.5
11.0
11.3
11.0
11.7
12.0
11.3
9.7
9.3
10.1
10.4
9.7
10.4
10.8
11.3
Sound Rating (dBa)
Indoor
Indoor Outdoor Outdoor
Power Pressure Power Pressure
50.4
42.1
62.3
54
54
45.7
63.1
54.8
54
45.7
63.1
54.8
57.6
49.3
66.1
57.8
57.6
49.3
59.5
51.2
59.5
51.2
62.5
54.2
65.5
57.2
63.2
54.9
Note:
Air Entering Condenser 95 deg F (Dry Bulb)
Air Entering Evaporator 80 deg F (Dry Bulb)
Air Entering Evaporator 67 deg F (Wet Bulb)
J. Refrigerant Lines:
The 009 and 012 units shall have rotatable refrigerant lines for penetration through
the wall using flare connections. All units shall have flare connections and a 90degree suction elbow shall be provided for rear connection.
K. Special Features (Field Installed):
1. Condensate Pump:
The condensate pump shall remove condensate from the drain pan when gravity
drainage cannot be used. Pump shall be designed for quiet operation. Pump shall
consist of two parts: an internal reservoir/sensor assembly, and a remote soundshielded pump assemble. The lift capability of the condensate pump shall be 1 to
10 ft (009-size unit) or 3 to 25 ft (0012-024 size units). A level sensor on the
condensate pan shall stop cooling operation if the level in the condensate pan is
unacceptable.
2. Charcoal Filter Kit:
Kit shall include active charcoal filter(s) and required collectors and/or frames.
Filters shall aid in removing volatile organic compounds and micro-particles from
the air in the conditioned space.
Guide Specifications
Ceiling Suspended Cooling Only Units
HVAC Guide Specifications
Size range: 1 ½ to 5 Tons Cooling Capacity
Carrier Model Number: 40QAB and 38HDC/HDL
Part 1 – General
1.01 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
Indoor, under-ceiling mounted, direct-expansion fan coil to be matched with the
38 HDC/HDL condensing units.
1.02 QUALITY ASSURANCE
Unit shall be rated (when matched with appropriate outdoor unit) per ARI Standards 210/240.
Units shall be certified by UL and CSA.
1.03 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
Units shall be stored and handled per unit manufacturer’s recommendations.
1.04 WARRANTY
One year parts, 5-year compressor limited warranty
Part 2 – Products
2.01 EQUIPMENT
A. General:
Indoor, direct-expansion, ceiling-suspended fan coil. Fan coil shall be shipped complete
with cooling coil, fan, fan motor, piping connectors, electrical controls, solid-state
electromechanical control system, and ceiling mounting brackets.
B. Unit Cabinet:
Cabinet shall be zinc-coated bonderized steel finished with a baked enamel paint. Inlet
grilles shall be attractively styled, high-impact polystyrene. Matching mounting brackets
shall be provided.
C. Fans:
Fan shall be centrifugal blower type with air intake in the bottom rear of the unit and
discharge in the front. Automatic, motor-driven vertical air sweep shall be provided
standard.
D. Coils:
Coils shall be copper tube with aluminum fins and galvanized steel tube sheets. Fins shall
be bonded to the tubes by mechanical expansion. A drip pan under the coil shall have a
drain connection for hose attachment to remove condensate.
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E. Motors:
Motors shall be permanently lubricated ball bearing with inherent overload protection. Fan
motors shall be 3-speed.
F. Controls:
Controls shall consist of a solid-state electromechanical control system which shall control
space temperature, determine optimum fan speed. The temperature control range shall be
from 64 F to 84 F. The unit shall have the following functions as a minimum.
1. An automatic restart after power failure at the same operating conditions as at
failure.
2. Non-programmable thermostat to provide cooling and heating set points and
day/nigh setback modes.
3. Wired control to enter set points and operating conditions.
4. Filter status indication after 250 hours of indoor fan operation.
5. Automatic airsweep control to provide on or off activation of airsweep louvers.
6. Cooling mode to provide modulating fan speed based on difference between
temperature setpoint and space temperature.
7. Fan only operation to provide room air circulation when no cooling is required.
8. A 50-ft indoor to outdoor control connection cable shall be provided with the fan
coil unit.
9. Fan speed control shall be user-selectable: high, medium, low, or automatic
operation during all operating modes.
10. A time delay shall prevent compressor restart in less than 2 or 4 minutes (adjustable)
G. Filters:
Unit shall have filter track with factory-supplied cleanable filters.
H. Electrical Requirements:
Unit shall operate on 208 v or 230 v 60 Hz power supply as specified on the equipment
schedule. Power and control connections shall have terminal block connections
I. Operating Characteristics:
Nominal
Indoor
Capacity
Unit
Tons
1.5
40QAB024-331
2
40QAB024-331
2.5
40QAB036-321
3
40QAB036-321
4
40QAB048-321
5
40QAB060-311
Outdoor
Unit
38HDC018-3
38HDL018-3
38HDC024-3
38HDL024-3
38HDC030-3
38HDL030-3
38HDC036-3,5,6
38HDL036-3
38HDC048-3,5,6
38HDL048-3
38HDC060-3,5,6
38HDL060-3
ARI
Capacity
Btuh
18,000
18,000
22,800
23,000
30,000
29,000
34,000
34,000
47,000
45,500
58,000
58,500
Note:
Air Entering Condenser 95 deg F (Dry Bulb)
Air Entering Evaporator 80 deg F (Dry Bulb)
Air Entering Evaporator 67 deg F (Wet Bulb
ARI
CFM
SEER
EER
500
500
600
600
840
840
840
840
1,200
1,200
1,600
1,600
12.0
11.6
12.0
11.0
12.0
10.3
12.0
10.1
12.0
10.8
12.0
10.8
11.0
10.5
11.0
11.2
11.0
9.7
10.5
9.6
10.8
9.9
11.2
9.5
Sound Rating (dBa)
Indoor
Indoor Outdoor Outdoor
Power Pressure Power Pressure
57.2
48.9
66.1
57.8
59.5
51.2
58.4
50.1
65.5
57.2
63.2
54.9
68.4
60.1
63
54.7
59.5
51.2
68.4
60.1
64.5
56.2
64.7
56.4
67.3
59
70.1
61.8
65.4
57.1
70.1
61.8
69.4
61.1
65.8
57.5
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J. Special Features (Field Installed):
Certain features are not applicable when the features designated by * are specified. For
assistance in amending the specifications, contact your local Carrier Sales Office.
1. * Internal Condensate Pump:
The condensate pump shall remove condensate from the drain pan when gravity
drainage cannot be used. The lift capability of the condensate pump shall be 20 inches.
Float control shall be in the condensate sump to shut unit down in case of pump
malfunction.
2. Fresh Air Intake Kit:
Kit shall include filter and duct connections to provide for outdoor ventilation air.
3. Indoor Guard Kit:
Kit shall include a guard for the discharge grille to prevent objects from entering the air
sweep mechanism.
4. Electronic Programmable Thermostat:
Thermostat shall be commercial grade and shall provide 7-day, 4-event scheduling.
Integral sub-base shall be included. Thermostat shall also provide 3-speed fan
switchover capability, air sweep auto changeover, and shall not require a battery to
retain memory.
5. Power Ventilation Kit:
Kit shall be used with the accessory fresh air kit when fresh air must be ducted in. The
kit will overcome duct static to provide a constant supply of ventilation air. Kit consists
of booster fan and adjustable speed control to properly balance fan to achieve required
airflow rate.
Guide Specifications
Ceiling Suspended Heat Pump Units
HVAC Guide Specifications
Size range: 1 ½ to 5 Tons Cooling Capacity
Carrier Model Number: 40QAE and 38QR
Part 1 – General
1.01 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
Indoor, under-ceiling mounted, direct-expansion fan coil to be matched with the 38QR
commercial heat pump condensing units.
1.02 QUALITY ASSURANCE
Unit shall be rated (when matched with appropriate outdoor unit) per ARI Standards
210/240. Units shall be certified by UL and CSA.
1.03 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
Units shall be stored and handled per unit manufacturer’s recommendations.
1.04 WARRANTY One-year parts, 5-year compressor limited warranty
Part 2 – Products
2.01 EQUIPMENT
A. General:
Indoor, direct-expansion, ceiling-suspended fan coil. Fan coil shall be shipped
complete with cooling coil, fan, fan motor, piping connectors, electrical controls,
solid-state electromechanical control system, and ceiling mounting brackets.
B. Unit Cabinet:
Cabinet shall be zinc-coated bonderized steel finished with a baked enamel paint.
Inlet grilles shall be attractively styled, high-impact polystyrene. Matching mounting
brackets shall be provided.
C. Fans:
Fan shall be centrifugal blower type with air intake in the bottom rear of the unit and
discharge in the front. Automatic, motor-driven vertical air sweep shall be provided
standard.
D. Coils:
Coils shall be copper tube with aluminum fins and galvanized steel tube sheets. Fins
shall be bonded to the tubes by mechanical expansion. A drip pan under the coil shall
have a drain connection for hose attachment to remove condensate.
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Note: The units use the AccuRater piston refrigerant metering device in the indoor
unit (for cooling) and at the outdoor unit liquid line service valve for heating.
E. Motors:
Motors shall be permanently lubricated ball bearing with inherent overload
protection. Fan motors shall be 3-speed.
F. Controls:
Controls shall consist of a solid-state electromechanical control system which shall
control space temperature, determine optimum fan speed. The temperature control
range shall be from 64 F to 84 F. The unit shall have the following functions as a
minimum.
1. An automatic restart after power failure at the same operating conditions as at
failure.
2. Non-programmable thermostat to provide cooling and heating set points and
day/nigh setback modes.
3. Evaporator coil freeze protection.
4. Wired control to enter set points and operating conditions.
5. Filter status indication after 250 hours of indoor fan operation.
6. Automatic airsweep control to provide on or off activation of airsweep
louvers.
7. Cooling mode to provide modulating fan speed based on difference between
temperature setpoint and space temperature.
8. Fan only operation to provide room air circulation when no cooling is
required.
9. A 50-ft indoor to outdoor control connection cable shall be provided with the
fan coil unit.
10. Fan speed control shall be user-selectable: high, medium, low, or automatic
operation during all operating modes.
11. A time delay shall prevent compressor restart in less than 2 or 4 minutes
(adjustable).
12. Automatic heating-to-cooling changeover to provide automatic heating and
cooling operation. Control shall include deadband to prevent rapid mode
cycling.
G. Filters:
Unit shall have filter track with factory-supplied cleanable filters.
H. Electrical Requirements:
Unit shall operate on 208 v or 230 v 60 Hz power supply as specified on the
equipment schedule. Power and control connections shall have terminal block
connections.
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I. Operating Characteristics:
Indoor Unit
Outdoor
Unit
ARI
ARI
Capacities CFM
C/O H/P
Btuh Btuh
40QAE024-331
38QR-018C-3
38QR-024C-3
40QAE036-321
38QR-030C-3
38QR-036C-3
38QR-036C-5,6
40QAE048-321 38QR-048C-3,5,6
40QAE060-311 38QR-060C-3,5,6
* Dry Bulb
** Wet Bulb
19,000 17,000
24,000 22,600
30,000 28,000
34,600 33,000
36,000 34,000
48,000 45,500
58,000 57,500
500
525
870
870
870
1,100
1,600
Sound Rating (dBa)
Air*
Air*
Air**
Entering
Entering
Entering
Condenser Evaporator Evaporator SEER HSPF Indoor Indoor Outdoor Outdoor
Power Pressure Power Pressure
95 Deg. F
95 Deg. F
95 Deg. F
95 Deg. F
95 Deg. F
95 Deg. F
95 Deg. F
80 Deg. F
80 Deg. F
80 Deg. F
80 Deg. F
80 Deg. F
80 Deg. F
80 Deg. F
67 Deg. F
67 Deg. F
67 Deg. F
67 Deg. F
67 Deg. F
67 Deg. F
67 Deg. F
11.0
11.0
11.0
11.5
11.0
10.2
11.0
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.2
6.8
7.3
7.4
57.2
48.9
68.4
60.1
67.3
70.1
59.0
61.8
67.2
66.3
65.9
66.2
71.5
73.0
73.6
Note: For alternate air entering conditions see the Carrier Product Selector
J. Special Features (Field Installed):
1. Internal Condensate Pump:
The condensate pump shall remove condensate from the drain pan when gravity
drainage cannot be used. The lift capability of the condensate pump shall be 20
inches. Float control shall be in the condensate sump to shut unit down in case of
pump malfunction.
2. Fresh Air Intake Kit:
Kit shall include filter and duct connections to provide for outdoor ventilation air
(must be used with Power Ventilation Kit).
3. Indoor Guard Kit:
Kit shall include a guard for the discharge grille to prevent objects from entering
the air sweep mechanism.
4. Electronic Programmable Thermostat:
Thermostat shall be commercial grade and shall provide 7-day, 4-event
scheduling. Integral sub-base shall be included. Thermostat shall also provide 3speed fan switchover capability, air sweep auto changeover, and shall not require
a battery to retain memory.
5. Power Ventilation Kit:
Kit must be used with the accessory fresh air kit when fresh air must be ducted in.
The kit will overcome duct static to provide a constant supply of ventilation air.
Kit consists of booster fan and adjustable speed control to properly balance fan to
achieve required airflow rate.
58.9
58.0
57.6
57.9
63.2
64.7
65.3
Guide Specifications
Console/Ceiling Suspended
Cooling Only System
Heat Pump System
(With Supplemental Electric Heat)
Multi-Zone System
(Cooling Only & Heat Pump)
HVAC Guide Specifications:
40CG and 38CG Cooling Only System - 1 ½, 2, and 2 ½ Tons Capacity
40CS and 38CS Heat Pump System - 1 ½, 2, and 2 ½ Tons Capacity
40CG and 38SC Cooling Only Two-Zone System - 2 ½ Tons Capacity
40CS and 38SB Heat Pump Two-Zone System - 2 ½ Tons Capacity
Part 1 – General
1.01 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
A. Outdoor-mounted, air-cooled split system. Outdoor section suitable for on the ground, rooftop,
balcony, or under-deck installation. Unit shall consist of a hermetic compressor, an air-cooled
coil, propeller-type draw-through outdoor fan, full refrigerant charge, and control box. Unit shall
discharge air horizontally. Units shall function as the outdoor component of an air-to-air cooling
system.
B. Indoor direct expansion fan coil that can be, console or under-ceiling mounted. Fan coil
shall be shipped complete with heat exchanger coil, fan, fan motor, piping connectors,
electrical controls, infrared remote control system, wall and ceiling mounting brackets.
Fan shall be centrifugal blower type with air intake in the bottom of the unit and discharge
In the front. Automatic, motor-driven vertical air sweep shall be provided standard.
1.02 QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
Unit construction shall comply with ANSI/ASHRAE 15, latest revision, and with the NEC.
Unit shall be rated with the matching outdoor unit per ARI Standards 210/240.
Units shall be constructed in accordance with UL standards.
Units shall be listed in the CEC directory.
Unit cabinet shall be capable of withstanding 500-hour salt spray test.
Air-cooled condenser coils shall be leak tested at 350-psig.
Units will be certified for use in Canada
1.03 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
Units shall be stored and handled per unit manufacturer’s recommendations.
1
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1.04 WARRANTY
One-year parts, 5-year compressor limited warranty
Part 2 – Product
2.01 EQUIPMENT
A. Unit Cabinet:
Outdoor cabinet shall be zinc-coated steel finished with baked enamel paint. Inlet grilles shall
be attractively styled. Indoor cabinet is made up of high impact plastic. Mounting brackets for
either floor or ceiling installation shall be provided.
B. Coils:
Coils shall be copper tube with aluminum fins and galvanized steel tube sheets. Fins shall be
bonded to the tubes by mechanical expansion. A drain pan under the coil will have a drain
hose connection to remove condensate.
Note: The units use a capillary tube-metering device in the outdoor unit.
C. Motors/Fans:
1. Motors shall be permanently lubricated with inherent overload protection.
2. Indoor fan motors are 3-speed. Outdoor fans will be direct-drive propeller type, and will
discharge air horizontally. Fans will draw air accross the outdoor coil.
3. Outdoor fan motors are totally enclosed; single-phase motors with class B insulation.
4. Motor shafts will have inherent corrosion resistance.
5. Fan blades are corrosion resistant and are statically and dynamically balanced.
D. Compressor:
1. Compressor shall be fully hermetic reciprocation type.
2. Compressor shall be equipped with oil system, operating oil charge, and motor. Internal
overloads shall protect the compressor from overtemperature and overcurrent.
3. Motor shall be NEMA rated class F, suitable for operation in a refrigerant atmosphere.
4. Reciprocating compressors on Heat Pump units shall be equipped with crankcase heaters
to minimize liquid refrigerant accumulation in compressor during shutdown and to prevent
refrigerant dilution of oil.
5. Compressor assembly shall be installed on rubber vibration isolators and shall have
internal spring isolation.
6. Compressors shall be single-phase as specified on the contract drawings.
E. Controls:
Controls shall consist of a microprocessor based control system with a two way
communicating infrared remote control. The temperature control range shall be from 54 F to
90 F. The unit shall have the following functions:
1.
2.
3.
4.
An automatic restart after power failure at the same operating conditions as at failure.
Day/night setback timer modes.
Evaporator coil freeze protection.
Clock
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5. Filter needs cleaning status indication.
6. Automatic airsweep control to provide on or off activation of airsweep louvers.
7. Auto mode to provide modulating fan speed based on difference between temperature
setpoint and space temperature.
8. Fan only operation to provide air circulation when no cooling or heating is required.
9. Fan speed control shall be user-selectable: high, medium, low, or automatic operation
during all operating modes.
10. A time delay shall prevent compressor restart in less than 3 minutes.
11. Automatic heating-to-cooling changeover to provide automatic heating and cooling
operation. Control shall include deadband to prevent rapid mode cycling. (Heat Pump
Models)
12. Sleep set back.
13. Set temperature and room temperature displays.
14. Dehumidification mode
15. Fahrenheit or Celsius display
F. Filters:
Unit shall have filter track with factory-supplied cleanable filters.
G. Electrical Requirements:
Unit shall operate on 208v or 230v 60 Hz power supply. Power and control connections
shall have terminal block connections.
H. Operating Characteristics:
Cooling Only Console & Under Ceiling
Nominal
Indoor
Capacity
Unit
Tons
1.5
40CG-018---3
2.0
40CG-024---3
2.5
40CG-030---3
Outdoor
Unit
38CG-018---3
38CG-024---3
38CG-030---3
ARI Capacities
C/O
H/P
Btuh
Btuh
18,000
-23,400
-30,000
--
ARI
CFM
SEER
HSPF
650
800
800
10.0
10.0
10.0
----
ARI Capacities
C/O
H/P
Btuh
Btuh
30,000
--
ARI
CFM
SEER
HSPF
800
10.0
--
ARI Capacities
C/O
H/P
Btuh
Btuh
18,000 18,000
23,400 23,400
30,000 31,000
ARI
CFM
SEER
HSPF
650
800
800
10.0
10.0
10.0
6.8
6.9
6.8
ARI
CFM
SEER
HSPF
800
10.0
6.8
Sound Rating (dBa)
Indoor Outdoor
Pressure Pressure
38.0
49.0
40.0
49.0
40.0
49.0
Cooling Only Console & Under Ceiling Multi Split
Nominal
Indoor
Capacity
Unit
Tons
Two Sections
2.5
40CG-030---3
Outdoor
Unit
One Section
38SC-030---3
Sound Rating (dBa)
Indoor Outdoor
Pressure Pressure
40.0
51.0
Heat Pump Console & Under Ceiling
Nominal
Indoor
Capacity
Unit
Tons
1.5
40CS-018---3
2.0
40CS-024---3
2.5
40CS-030---3
Outdoor
Unit
38CS-018---3
38CS-024---3
38CS-030---3
Sound Rating (dBa)
Indoor Outdoor
Pressure Pressure
38.0
49.0
40.0
49.0
40.0
49.0
Heat Pump Console & Under Ceiling Multi Split
Nominal
Indoor
Capacity
Unit
Tons
2.5
40CS-030---3
Outdoor
Unit
38SB-030---3
ARI Capacities
C/O
H/P
Btuh
Btuh
30,000 31,000
CFM - Cubic Feet Per Minute
HSPF - Hating Seasonal Performance Factor
C/O - Cooling Only
H/P
Sound Rating (dBa)
Indoor Outdoor
Pressure Pressure
40.0
51.0
SEER - Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating
- Heat Pump
3
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I. Special Capabilities (Field Installed):
1. Fresh Air Intake:
A field installed grille to provide for outdoor ventilation air when indoor
unit is installed against an exterior wall.
2. Adjacent room cooling capability:
A field installed adjustable register vent to allow conditioned air to pass
into an adjacent room
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Guide Specifications
In-Ceiling Cassette Cooling Only Units
HVAC Guide Specifications
Size range: 1 ½ to 3 Tons Cooling Capacity
Carrier Model Number: 40QKB and 38HDC/HDL
Part 1 – General
1.01 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
Indoor, in-the-ceiling-mounted, direct-expansion fan coil to be matched with the 38
HDC/HDL commercial condensing units. Units shall fit standard 2 ft x 2 ft and 2ft x 4ft
ceiling grid.
1.02 QUALITY ASSURANCE
Unit shall be rated (when matched with appropriate outdoor unit) per ARI Standards
210/240. Units shall be certified by UL and CSA.
1.03 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
Units shall be stored and handled per unit manufacturer’s recommendations.
1.04 WARRANTY
One-year parts, 5-year compressor limited warranty
Part 2 – Products
2.01 EQUIPMENT
A. General:
Indoor, direct-expansion, low-profile (113/4-in. high) in-ceiling fan coil. Fan coil
shall be shipped complete with cooling coil, fan, fan motor, piping connectors,
electrical controls, condensate pump, and hanging brackets.
B. Unit Cabinet:
Cabinet shall be constructed of zinc-coated steel. Fully insulated discharge and inlet
grilles shall be attractively styled, high-impact polystyrene. Cabinet shall have filter
tracks and cleanable filters which shall be accessible from below with a ¼-turn
fastener. Adjacent room cooling to be provided by a simple knock-out in the cabinet
side panel, and cabinet shall have provisions to accommodate a limited amount of
duct-work, if desired.
C. Fans:
Fan shall be centrifugal, direct-drive blower type with air intake in center of the unit
and discharge on the perimeter. Air louvers shall be adjustable for 2,3, or 4-way
discharge.
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D. Coil:
Coil shall be copper tube with aluminum fins and galvanized steel tube sheets. Fins
shall be bonded to the tubes by mechanical expansion. A drip pan under the coil shall
have a factory-installed condensate pump and drain connection for hose attachment to
remove condensate.
E. Refrigerant Metering Device:
The unit shall have a refrigerant metering piston and body.
F. Motors:
Motors shall be totally enclosed and permanently lubricated ball bearing with
inherent overload protection. Fan motor shall be 3-speed.
G. Controls:
Controls shall be 24 v, and shall be easily operated by the user from a wallmounted control unit. Float control shall be in the condensate sump to shut unit
down in case of pump malfunction. A wall-mounted electro-mechanical
thermostat with 3 fan speed selections, and an auto./manual switch shall be
supplied for field installation. The R-22 refrigerant is controlled with a pistontype refrigerant metering device, and evaporator coil freeze protection shall be
provided.
H. Filters:
Unit shall have filter track with factory-supplied cleanable filters.
I. Electrical Requirements:
Unit shall operate on 208 v or 230 v 60 Hz power supply as specified on the
equipment schedule. Power and control connections shall have terminal block
connections.
J. Operating Characteristics:
Nominal
Capacity
Tons
1.5
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
40QKB024-3
38HDC018-3
38HDL018-3
38HDC024-3
38HDL024-3
38HDC030-3
38HDL030-3
38HDC036-3,5,6
38HDL036-3
40QKB036-3
2
2.5
3
ARI
Capacity
Btuh
18,300
17,800
24,000
24,000
30,000
29,000
33,000
34,400
Note:
Air Entering Condenser 95 deg F (Dry Bulb)
Air Entering Evaporator 80 deg F (Dry Bulb)
Air Entering Evaporator 67 deg F (Wet Bulb)
ARI
CFM
SEER
EER
525
525
915
915
915
915
915
915
11
11.4
11
11.8
10.8
11.1
10.8
10.5
10.4
10.6
10.9
11.3
9.6
10.1
10.5
9.7
Sound Rating (dBa)
Indoor
Indoor Outdoor Outdoor
Power Pressure Power Pressure
56.3
48
66.1
57.8
59.5
51.2
65.5
57.2
63.2
54.9
54.8
46.5
63
54.7
59.5
51.2
64.5
56.2
64.7
56.4
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K. Special Features (Field Installed):
1. Fresh Air Intake Kit:
Kit shall include filter and duct connections to provide for outdoor ventilation air.
2. Electronic Programmable Thermostat:
Thermostat shall be commercial grade and shall provide 7-day, 4-event
scheduling. Integral sub-base shall be included. Thermostat shall also provide 3speed fan switchover capability, air sweep auto changeover, and shall not require
a battery to retain memory.
3. Power Ventilation Kit:
Kit shall be used with the accessory fresh air kit when fresh air must be ducted in.
The kit will overcome duct static to provide a constant supply of ventilation air.
Kit consists of booster fan and adjustable speed control to properly balance fan to
achieve required airflow rate.
Guide Specifications
In-Ceiling Cassette Heat Pump Units
HVAC Guide Specifications
Size range: 1 ½ to 3 Tons Cooling Capacity
Carrier Model Number: 40QKE and 38QR
Part 1 – General
1.01 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
Indoor, in-the-ceiling-mounted, direct-expansion fan coil to be matched with the 38QR
commercial heat pump condensing units. Units shall fit standard 2ft x 2ft and 2ft x 4ft
ceiling grid.
1.02 QUALITY ASSURANCE
Unit shall be rated (when matched with appropriate outdoor unit) per ARI Standards
210/240. Units shall be certified by UL and CSA.
1.03 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
Units shall be stored and handled per unit manufacturer’s recommendations.
1.04 WARRANTY
One-year parts, 5-year compressor limited warranty
Part 2 – Products
2.01 EQUIPMENT
A. General:
Indoor, direct-expansion, low-profile (11 3/4-in. high) in-ceiling fan coil. Fan coil
shall be shipped complete with cooling coil, fan, fan motor, piping connectors,
electrical controls, condensate pump, and hanging brackets.
B. Unit Cabinet:
Cabinet shall be constructed of zinc-coated steel. Fully insulated discharge and inlet
grilles shall be attractively styled, high-impact polystyrene. Cabinet shall have filter
tracks and cleanable filters which shall be accessible from below with a ¼-turn
fastener. Adjacent room cooling to be provided by a simple knock-out in the cabinet
side panel, and cabinet shall have provisions to accommodate a limited amount of
duct-work, if desired.
C. Fans:
Fan shall be centrifugal, direct-drive blower type with air intake in center of the unit
and discharge on the perimeter. Air louvers shall be adjustable for 2,3, or 4-way
discharge.
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D. Coil:
Coil shall be copper tube with aluminum fins and galvanized steel tube sheets. Fins
shall be bonded to the tubes by mechanical expansion. A drip pan under the coil shall
have a factory-installed condensate pump and drain connection for hose attachment to
remove condensate.
Note: The units use the AccuRater piston refrigerant metering device in the indoor
unit (for cooling) and at the outdoor unit liquid line service valve for heating.
E. Motors:
Motors shall be totally enclosed and permanently lubricated ball bearing with
inherent overload protection. Fan motor shall be 3-speed.
F. Electric Heater:
Units shall be equipped with factory-mounted electric heaters. Minimum protections
shall include overcurrent and high temperature protection.
G. Controls:
Controls shall be 24 v, and shall be easily operated by the user from a wall-mounted
control unit. Float control shall be in the condensate sump to shut unit down in case
of pump malfunction. A wall-mounted electro-mechanical thermostat with 3 fan
speed selections, and an auto./manual switch shall be supplied for field installation.
The R-22 refrigerant is controlled with a piston-type refrigerant metering device, and
evaporator coil freeze protection shall be provided.
H. Filters:
Unit shall have filter track with factory-supplied cleanable filters.
I. Electrical Requirements:
Unit shall operate on 208 v or 230 v 60 Hz power supply as specified on the
equipment schedule. Power and control connections shall have terminal block
connections.
J. Operating Characteristics:
Indoor Unit
Outdoor
Unit
ARI
ARI
Capacities CFM
C/O H/P
Btuh Btuh
40QKE0243
40QKE036-3
40QKE048-3
* Dry Bulb
** Wet Bulb
38QR-018C-3
38QR-024C-3
38QR-030C-3
38QR-036C-3
38QR-036C-5,6
18,000 17,800
25,000 23,800
29,000 27,000
33,000 33,000
34,400 34,000
525
980
980
1,100
1,100
Sound Rating (dBa)
Air*
Air*
Air**
Entering
Entering
Entering
Condenser Evaporator Evaporator SEER HSPF Indoor Indoor Outdoor Outdoor
Power Pressure Power Pressure
95 Deg. F
95 Deg. F
95 Deg. F
95 Deg. F
95 Deg. F
80 Deg. F
80 Deg. F
80 Deg. F
80 Deg. F
80 Deg. F
67 Deg. F
67 Deg. F
67 Deg. F
67 Deg. F
67 Deg. F
10.0
10.7
11.5
10.5
10.0
6.8
7.6
7.6
6.8
6.8
56.3
54.8
48.0
46.5
59.1
50.8
Note: For alternate air entering conditions see the Carrier Product Selector
67.2
66.3
65.9
66.2
71.5
58.9
58.0
57.6
57.9
63.2
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K. Special Features (Field Installed):
1. Fresh Air Intake Kit:
Kit shall include filter and duct connections to provide for outdoor ventilation air
(must be used with Power Ventilation Kit).
2. Electronic Programmable Thermostat:
Thermostat shall be commercial grade and shall provide 7-day, 4-event
scheduling. Integral sub-base shall be included. Thermostat shall also provide 3speed fan switchover capability, air sweep auto changeover, and shall not require
a battery to retain memory.
3. Power Ventilation Kit:
Kit must be used with the accessory fresh air kit when fresh air must be ducted in.
The kit will overcome duct static to provide a constant supply of ventilation air.
Kit consists of booster fan and adjustable speed control to properly balance fan to
achieve required airflow rate.
Guide Specifications
Outdoor Heat Pump Only Units
Commercial Condensing Units
HVAC Guide Specifications
Size range: ¾ to 5 Tons Cooling Capacity
Carrier Model Number: 38BK, 38QR
Part 1 – General
1.01 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
A. Outdoor-mounted, air-cooled split system outdoor section suitable for on-the-ground,
rooftop, wall hung, balcony, or under-deck installation. Unit shall consist of a hermetic
reciprocating, scroll, or rotary compressor, an air-cooled coil, propeller-type blow-thru
outdoor fans, reversing valve, accumulator, holding refrigerant charge (full refrigerant
charge for 38BK009,012), heating mode metering device, and control box. Unit shall
discharge air horizontally as shown on the contract drawings. Units shall function as the
outdoor component of an air-to air cooling and heating system.
B. Units shall be used in a refrigeration circuit matched to a duct-free cooling fan coil unit
or an approved ducted cooling fan coil unit.
1.02 QUALITY ASSURANCE
A. Unit construction shall comply with ANSI/ASHRAE 15, latest revision, and with the
NEC.
B. Units shall be constructed in accordance with UL standards.
C. Units shall be listed in the CEC directory.
D. Unit cabinet shall be capable of withstanding Federal Test Standard No. 141 (method
6061) 500-hour salt spray test.
E. Air-cooled condenser coils shall be leak tested at 350 psig air pressure with the coil
submerged in water.
1.03 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
Units shall be shipped in one piece and shall be stored and handled per unit
manufacturer’s recommendations.
1.04 WARRANTY
One-year parts, 5-year compressor limited warranty
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Part 2 – Products
2.01 EQUIPMENT
A. General:
Factory assembled, single piece, air-cooled outdoor unit. Contained within the unit
enclosure shall be all factory wiring, piping, controls, compressor, full
(38BK009,012) or holding (38BK018,024 and 38QR) charge of R-22 refrigerant, and
special features required prior to field start-up.
B. Unit Cabinet:
1. Unit cabinet shall be constructed of galvanized steel, bonderized and coated with
a baked-enamel finish.
2. Unit access panels shall be removable with minimal screws and shall provide full
access to the compressor, fan, and control components.
3. Outdoor compartment shall be isolated and have an acoustic lining to assure quiet
operation.
C. Fans:
1. Outdoor fans shall be direct-drive propeller type, and shall discharge air
horizontally. Fans shall blow air through the outdoor coil (38BK018,024and
38QR only).
2. Outdoor fan motors shall be totally-enclosed, single-phase motors with class B
insulation and permanently-lubricated sleeve bearings. Motor shall be protected
by internal thermal overload protection.
3. Shaft shall have inherent corrosion resistance.
4. Fan blades shall be corrosion resistant and shall be statically and dynamically
balanced.
5. Outdoor fan openings shall be equipped with PVC coated protection grille over
fan and coil.
D. Compressor:
1. Compressor shall be fully hermetic reciprocation or scroll type.
2. Compressor shall be equipped with oil system, operating oil charge, and motor.
Internal overloads shall protect the compressor from overtemperature and
overcurrent. Scroll compressors shall also have high discharge gas temperature
protection if required.
3. Motor shall be NEMA rated class F, suitable for operation in a refrigerant
atmosphere.
4. Reciprocating compressors shall be equipped with crankcase heaters to minimize
liquid refrigerant accumulation in compressor during shutdown and to prevent
refrigerant dilution of oil.
5. Compressor assembly shall be installed on rubber vibrations isolators and shall
have internal spring isolation.
6. Compressors shall be single-phase or 3-phase as specified on the contract
drawings.
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E. Outdoor Coil:
Coil shall be constructed of aluminum fins mechanically bonded to internally
enhanced, seamless copper tubes which are cleaned, dehydrated, and sealed.
F. Refrigeration Components:
Refrigerant circuit components shall include brass external liquid line service
valve with service gage port connections, suction line service valve with service
gage connection port, service gage port connections on compressor suction and
discharge lines with Schrader type fittings with brass caps, accumulator, bi-flow
filter drier, pressure relief, reversing valve, and heating mode metering device.
G. Controls and Safeties:
Operating controls and safeties shall be factory selected, assembled, and tested.
The minimum control functions shall include the following:
1. Controls:
a. Time delay restart to prevent compressor reverse rotation on single-phase
scroll compressors.
b. Automatic restart on power failure.
c. Safety lockout if any outdoor unit safety is open.
d. A time delay control sequence provided through the fan coil board,
thermostat, or controller.
e. High-pressure and liquid line low-pressure switches.
f. Automatic outdoor-fan motor protection.
g. Start capacitor and relay (single-phase units without scroll compressors).
2. Safeties:
a. System diagnostics.
b. Compressor motor current and temperature overload protection.
c. High pressure relief.
d. Outdoor fan failure protection.
H. Electrical Requirements:
1. Nominal ¾ ton unit shall operate on single-phase, 60 Hz power at 115 v. All
other units shall operate on single-phase, 60 cycle power at 208/230 v.
2. Unit electrical power shall be a single point connection.
3. Unit control voltage to the indoor-fan coil shall be 24 v, except 38BK009,012
units which shall supply line voltage.
4. All power and control wiring must be installed per NEC and all local building
codes.
5. Unit shall have high and low-voltage terminal block connections.
I. Special Features (Field Installed):
1. Low-Ambient Kit:
Control shall regulate fan-motor cycles in response to saturated condensing,
pressure of the unit. The control shall be capable of maintaining a condensing
temperature of 100 F ± 10 F with outdoor temperatures to –20 F. Installation
of kit shall not require changing the outdoor-fan motor.
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2. Liquid Solenoid Valve:
This electronically operated shutoff valve shall close and open in response to
compressor operation. The valve should be used with all long-line
applications (over 100 ft.).
3. Crankcase Heater (units with scroll compressors only):
Unit shall be shipped with a clamp-on compressor oil sump heater.
Guide Specifications
Outdoor Cooling Only Units
Commercial (AN/HDC) Light Commercial (HDL) Condensing Units
HVAC Guide Specifications
Size range: ¾ to 5 Tons Cooling Capacity
Carrier Model Number: 38AN, 38HDC, 38HDL
Part 1 – General
1.01 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
A. Outdoor-mounted, air-cooled split system outdoor section suitable for on-the-ground,
rooftop, wall hung, balcony, or under-deck installation. Unit shall consist of a hermetic
or rotary compressor, an air-cooled coil, propeller-type blow-thru outdoor fans,
accumulator, full refrigerant charge, and control box. Unit shall discharge air
horizontally as shown on the contract drawings. Units shall function as the outdoor
component of an air-to air cooling system.
B. Units shall be used in a refrigeration circuit matched to a duct-free cooling fan coil unit
or an approved ducted cooling fan coil unit.
1.02 QUALITY ASSURANCE
A. Unit construction shall comply with ANSI/ASHRAE 15, latest revision, and with the
NEC.
B. Units shall be constructed in accordance with UL standards.
C. Units shall be listed in the CEC directory.
D. Unit cabinet shall be capable of withstanding Federal Test Standard No. 141 (method
6061) 500-hour salt spray test.
E. Air-cooled condenser coils shall be leak tested at 350-psig-air pressure with the coil
submerged in water.
1.03 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
Units shall be shipped in one piece and shall be stored and handled per unit
manufacturer’s recommendations.
1.04 WARRANTY
One-year parts, 5-year compressor limited warranty
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Part 2 – Products
2.01 EQUIPMENT
A. General:
Factory assembled, single piece, air-cooled outdoor unit. Contained within the unit
enclosure shall be all factory wiring, piping, controls, compressor, full charge of R-22
refrigerant, and special features required prior to field start-up.
B. Unit Cabinet:
1. Unit cabinet shall be constructed of galvanized steel, bonderized and coated with
a baked-enamel finish.
2. Unit access panels shall be removable with minimal screws and shall provide full
access to the compressor, fan, and control components.
3. Outdoor compartment shall be isolated and have an acoustic lining to assure quiet
operation.
C. Fans:
1. Outdoor fans shall be direct-drive propeller type, and shall discharge air
horizontally. Fans shall blow air through the outdoor coil.
2. Outdoor fan motors shall be totally enclosed; single-phase motors with class B
insulation and permanently lubricated sleeve bearings. Motor shall be protected
by internal thermal overload protection.
3. Shaft shall have inherent corrosion resistance.
4. Fan blades shall be corrosion resistant and shall be statically and dynamically
balanced.
5. Outdoor fan openings shall be equipped with PVC coated protection grille over
fan and coil.
D. Compressor:
1. Compressor shall be fully hermetic reciprocation or scroll type.
2. Compressor shall be equipped with oil system, operating oil charge, and motor.
Internal overloads shall protect the compressor from overtemperature and
overcurrent. Scroll compressors shall also have high discharge gas temperature
protection if required.
3. Motor shall be NEMA rated class F, suitable for operation in a refrigerant
atmosphere.
4. Reciprocating compressors shall be equipped with crankcase heaters to minimize
liquid refrigerant accumulation in compressor during shutdown and to prevent
refrigerant dilution of oil.
5. Compressor assembly shall be installed on rubber vibration isolators and shall
have internal spring isolation.
6. Compressors shall be single-phase or 3-phase as specified on the contract
drawings.
E. Outdoor Coil:
Coil shall be constructed of aluminum fins mechanically bonded to internally
enhanced, seamless copper tubes, which are cleaned, dehydrated, and sealed.
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F. Refrigeration Components:
Refrigerant circuit components shall include brass external liquid line service
valve with service gage port connections, suction line service valve with service
gage connection port, service gage port connections on compressor suction and
discharge lines with Schrader type fittings with brass caps, accumulator, pressure
relief, and a full charge of refrigerant.
G. Controls and Safeties:
Operating controls and safeties shall be factory selected, assembled, and tested.
The minimum control functions shall include the following:
1. Controls:
a. Time delay restart to prevent compressor reverse rotation on single-phase
scroll compressors.
b. Automatic restart on power failure.
c. Safety lockout if any outdoor unit safety is open.
d. A time delay control sequence provided through the fan coil board,
thermostat, or controller.
e. High-pressure and liquid line low-pressure switches (HDC).
f. Liquid line low-pressure switches (HDL).
g. Automatic outdoor-fan motor protection.
h. Start capacitor and relay (single-phase units without scroll compressors).
2. Safeties:
a. System diagnostics.
b. Compressor motor current and temperature overload protection.
c. High-pressure relief.
d. Outdoor fan failure protection.
H. Electrical Requirements:
1. Nominal ¾ ton unit shall operate on single-phase, 60 Hz power at 115 v.
HDC units shall operate on single or three-phase, 60-cycle power at 208/230 v
or 460v
HDL units shall operate on single-phase, 60-cycle power at 208/230 v
2. Unit electrical power shall be a single point connection.
3. Unit control voltage to the indoor-fan coil shall be 24 v, except 38AN009, 012
units which shall supply line voltage.
4. All power and control wiring must be installed per NEC and all local building
codes.
5. High and low voltage terminal block connections.
I. Special Features (Field Installed):
Certain features are not applicable 38AN series. For assistance in amending the
specifications, contact your local Carrier Sales office.
1. Low-Ambient Kit:
Control shall regulate fan-motor cycles in Reponses to saturated condensing,
pressure of the unit. The control shall be capable of maintaining a condensing
temperature of 100 F ± 10 F with outdoor temperatures to –20 F. Installation
of kit shall not require changing the outdoor-fan motor. MORE ON NEXT PAGE
2. Liquid Solenoid Valve:
This electronically operated shutoff valve shall close and open in response to
compressor operation. The valve should be used with all long-line
applications (over 100 equivalent ft or 25-ft lift).
3. Winter Start Control (38HDC/HDL)
Field supplied and installed winter start control shall permit start-up for
cooling operation under low-load conditions and at low-ambient temperatures
by bypassing the low-pressure switch for a 3-minute delay period.
4. Crankcase Heater (units with scroll compressors only):
Note: Winter start control shall be required when unit is intended to operate
in cooling at outdoor ambients below 40 F. Unit shall be shipped with a
clamp-on compressor oil sump heater.
5. Hard Start Kit:
Field installed accessory start capacitor and start relay shall give a hard boost
to compressor motor at each start.
6. Stacking Kits:
Field installed accessory shall allow stacking of equally sized units or permit
smaller units to be stacked on top of larger units. These field installed and
fabricated rails can be used for stacking HDC and HDL.
7. Snow Stand Kit:
Field installed accessory shall raise the outdoor unit above snow and ice
surfaces to permit normal air circulation, condensate drainage, and
maintenance clearances in areas where prolonged subfreezing temperatures or
heavy snow occur.
8. Wind Baffle Kit:
Field installed accessory shall be fabricated sheet metal wrapper used to
provide improved unit operation during high winds, and is recommended
whenever the Low Ambient Kit is used.
9. Wall Mount Kit:
Field installed accessory kit to allow unit mounting to the outside of a
structure to raise the unit from ground level, or to mount the unit on a wall
adjacent to a sloping roof. Wall mounts are also useful in areas of heavy
snowfall or where space is at a premium.
Guide Specifications
Satellite Systems Cooling Only Units
HVAC Guide Specifications
Size range: 2, 3, & 4 Tons Cooling Capacity
Carrier Model Number: 40HD and 38HDC/HDL
Part 1 – General
1.01 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
Indoor, above-ceiling mounted, direct-expansion fan coil to be matched with the
38 HDC/HDL condensing units.
1.02 QUALITY ASSURANCE
Unit shall be rated (when matched with appropriate outdoor unit) per ARI Standards
210/240. Units shall be certified by UL and CSA.
1.03 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
Units shall be stored and handled per unit manufacturer’s recommendations.
1.04 WARRANTY
One year parts, 5-year compressor limited warranty
Part 2 – Products
2.01 EQUIPMENT
A. General:
Indoor, direct-expansion, above ceiling fan coil. Fan coil shall be shipped complete
with cooling coil, fan, fan motor, piping connectors, electrical controls, and ceiling
mounting brackets.
B. Unit Cabinet:
Cabinet shall be zinc-coated steel finish. Mounting brackets shall be provided.
C. Fans:
Fan shall be centrifugal blower type with air intake in the bottom or rear of the unit
and discharge in the front.
D. Coils:
Coils shall be copper tube with aluminum fins and galvanized steel tube sheets. Fins
shall be bonded to the tubes by mechanical expansion. A drip pan under the coil shall
have a drain connection for hose attachment to remove condensate.
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E. Motors:
Motors shall be permanently lubricated ball bearing with inherent overload
protection. Fan motors shall be 3-speed.
F. Internal Condensate Pump:
The condensate pump shall remove condensate from the drain pan when gravity
drainage cannot be used. The lift capability of the condensate pump shall be 20
inches. Float control shall be in the condensate sump to shut unit down in case of
pump malfunction.
G. Controls:
Controls shall consist of a solid-state electromechanical control system which shall
control space temperature, determine optimum fan speed. The temperature control
range shall be from 64 F to 84 F. The unit shall have the following functions as a
minimum.
1. An automatic restart after power failure at the same operating conditions as at
failure.
2. Non-programmable thermostat to provide cooling and heating set points and
day/nigh setback modes.
3. Multi-zone adapter
4. Filter Package.
5. Filter status indication after 250 hours of indoor fan operation.
6. Return Air Filter Grille package.
7. Return Air Plenum package.
8. Cooling mode to provide modulating fan speed based on difference between
temperature setpoint and space temperature.
9. Fan only operation to provide room air circulation when no cooling is
required.
10. Fan speed control shall be user-selectable: high, medium, low, or automatic
operation during all operating modes.
11. A time delay shall prevent compressor restart in less than 2 or 4 minutes
(adjustable)
H. Filters:
Unit shall have filter rack with factory-supplied replaceable filters.
I. Electrical Requirements:
Unit shall operate on 208 v or 230 v 60 Hz power supply as specified on the
equipment schedule. Power and control connections shall have terminal block
connections
J. Operating Characteristics:
Indoor
Section
Outdoor
Section
Std.
CFM
Air *
Entering
Condenser
Air **
Entering
Evaporator
Air **
Entering
Evaporator
SEER
EER
40HD024-3
38HDC024-3
38HDL024-3
38HDC036-3,5,6
38HDL036
38HDC048-3,5,6
38HDL048-3
800
800
1226
1226
1610
1610
95 Deg. F
95 Deg. F
95 Deg. F
95 Deg. F
95 Deg. F
95 Deg. F
80 Deg. F
80 Deg. F
80 Deg. F
80 Deg. F
80 Deg. F
80 Deg. F
67 Deg. F
67 Deg. F
67 Deg. F
67 Deg. F
67 Deg. F
67 Deg. F
11.0
11.0
11.0
10.0
11.0
10.5
10.2
9.8
10.5
10.0
10.4
10.0
40HD036-3
40HD048-3
* Dry Bulb
** Wet Bulb
N/A = Not Available At This Time
Indoor
Power
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Sound
Indoor
Outdoor
Pressure
Power
N/A
65.5
N/A
63.2
N/A
64.5
N/A
64.7
N/A
70.1
N/A
65.4
Outdoor
Pressure
57.2
54.9
56.2
56.4
61.8
57.1
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K. Special Features (Field Installed):
Electronic Programmable Thermostat- Thermostat shall be commercial grade and
shall provide 7-day, 4-event scheduling. Integral sub-base shall be included. Thermostat
shall also provide 3-speed fan switchover capability, air sweep auto changeover, and shall
not require a battery to retain memory.
Filter Rack Package – A fully assembled 2” Filter Rack and 1” T.A.W. filter with side access
Multi-zone Adapter – Duct collars, internal insulation, and mounting holes. (3) Outlets for 024,
(5) outlets for the 036, and (6) outlets for the 048
Electric Heat Package – Pre-assembled electric strip heat packages
Boot Diffuser – Ceiling mounted grille for duct terminations (see 35BD-2PD for details)
Return Air Filter Grille Package – (2) 20” x 20” Painted Filters
Return Air Plenum Package – A plenum to connect the Return air grille to the unit
38 Series Model Number Nomenclature
38
xx
xxx
x
Voltage
1=115-1-60
3=208/230-1-60
5=208/230-3-60
6=460-3-60
Air Cooled Condenser
Unit Type
AN - Cooling Only (9k & 12k)
BK - Heat Pump (9k & 12k)
HDC - Cooling Only (18k - 60k)
HDL - Cooling Only (18k - 60k)
HDS - Multi-Split Cooling Only (24k)
QR-C - Heat Pump (18k - 60k)
CG - Cooling Only (Console)
SC - Multi-Split Cooling Only (Console)
CS - Heat pump (Console)
SB - Multi-Split Heat Pump (Console)
Nominal Capacity
009 =3/4 Ton
012 = 1 Ton
018 = 1 1/2 Ton
024 = 2 Tons
030 = 2 1/2 Tons
036 = 3 Tons
048 = 4 Tons
060 = 5 Tons
40 Series Model Number Nomenclature
40
xxx
xxx
x
Voltage
1=115-1-60
3=208/230-1-60
5=208/230-3-60
6=460-3-60
Indoor Fan Coil
Unit Type
QNB = High Wall Cool Only
QNE = HighWall Heat Pump
QNH = High Wall Heat Pump
QAB = Under Ceiling Cool Only
QAE = Under Ceiling Heat Pump
QKB = Cassette Cool Only
QKE = Cassette Heat Pump
CG = Console/Under Ceiling Cooling Only
CS = Console/Under Ceiling Heat Pump
HD = Satellite
Nominal Capacity
009 =3/4 Ton
012 = 1 Ton
018 = 1 1/2 Ton
024 = 2 Tons
030 = 2 1/2 Tons
036 = 3 Tons
048 = 4 Tons
060 = 5 Tons
42 Series Model Number Nomenclature
42
Indoor Fan Coil
Unit Type
WKN = Hydronic Cassette
xxx
xxx
x
Voltage
1=115-1-60
3=208/230-1-60
5=208/230-3-60
6=460-3-60
Nominal Capacity
004 = 6,900
008 = 13,200
010 = 13,700
016 = 27,000
020 = 31,600
Rev "B"
01/09/02
Duct Free Systems - Physical Data - 40 Series High Wall Units
Cooling and Heat Pump Models
QNB018**
QNB024**
QNE009*
QNH012*
QNH018*
Nominal Capacity (Tons)
QNB009***
0.75
QNB012-1*** QNB012-3***
1.0
1.0
1.5
2.0
0.75
1.0
1.5
QNH024*
2.0
Operating Weight
Moisture Removal (pts/hr)
Refrigerant Type
18.7
2.4
24.2
3.4
24.2
3.4
38.5
5.6
42.9
6.3
18.7
2.4
24.2
3.4
38.5
5.6
42.9
6.3
Metering Device
Charge (Lbs) Note #1
R-22
Note #4
1.5
R-22
Note #4
1.8
R-22
Note #4
1.8
R-22
Note #5
4.6
R-22
Note #5
5.3
R-22
Note #5
1.5
R-22
Note #5
2.0
R-22
Note #5
4.95
R-22
Note #5
5.1
Indoor Fan (Direct Drive)
High RPM/CFM
Med RPM/CFM
1200/240
1100/210
1040/300
940/280
1040/260
940/240
1120/550
1050/500
1470/570
1370/466
1200/240
1100/210
1040/260
940/240
1120/530
1050/490
1470/570
1370/466
Low RPM/CFM
Air Throw ft (high fan)
Motor Watts
1000/180
17
34
850/250
20
33
850/210
20
35
950/450
32
44
1270/417
35
49
1000/180
17
34
850/210
20
35
950/430
32
42.3
1270/447
35
49
Blower Wheel
Quantity
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
Size
3.54 x 27.75
3.94 x 27.75
3.94 x 27.75
3.94 x 17.75
3.94 x 17.75
3.54 x 27.75
3.94 x 27.75
3.94 x 17.75
3.94 x 17.75
Indoor Coil Data
Face Area (sq ft)
1.5
1.6
1.6
2.6
2.6
1.5
1.6
2.6
2.6
No Rows
FPI
2
18
2
17
2
17
2
16
3
18
2
18
2
17
2
16
3
18
Circuits
2
3
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
Filters (Cleanable)
Quantity
Size
2
9.0 x 12.00
2
9.5 x 13.75
2
9.5 x 13.75
3
11.5 x 17.75
3
11.5 x 17.75
2
9.0 x 12.00
2
9.5 x 13.75
2
11.5 x 17.75
2
11.5 x 17.75
Refrigerent Lines
Connection Type
Liquid Line
Vapor Line
Max Length, Lift & Drop
Male Flare
1/4" od
1/2" od
Note #3
Male Flare
1/4" od
1/2" od
Note #3
Male Flare
1/4" od
1/2" od
Note #3
Male Flare
3/8 od
5/8" od
Note #3
Male Flare
3/8 od
5/8" od
Note #3
Male Flare
1/4" od
1/2" od
Note #3
Male Flare
1/4" od
1/2" od
Note #3
Flare
3/8 od
5/8" od
Note #3
Flare
3/8 od
5/8" od
Note #3
Condensate Drain
Outside Dia
Inside Dia
5/8"
7/16"
5/8"
7/16"
5/8"
7/16"
5/8"
7/16"
5/8"
7/16"
5/8"
7/16"
5/8"
7/16"
5/8"
7/16"
5/8"
7/16"
Controls (Microprocessor)
Remote (Wireless I/R)
Freeze Protection
Defrost Method
Warm Start
Auto Change Over
Auto Restart
Diagnostics
Timer Mode (Start/Stop)
Test Mode
Dehumidification Mode
Yes
Yes
n/a
n/a
n/a
Yes
Yes
24 Hr
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
n/a
n/a
n/a
Yes
Yes
24 Hr
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
n/a
n/a
n/a
Yes
Yes
24 Hr
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
n/a
n/a
n/a
Yes
Yes
24 Hr
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
n/a
n/a
n/a
Yes
Yes
24 Hr
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Demand
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
24 Hr
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Demand
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
24 Hr
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Demand
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
24 Hr
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Demand
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
24 Hr
Yes
Yes
Fan Speeds
H/M/L/Auto
H/M/L/Auto
H/M/L/Auto
H/M/L/Auto
H/M/L/Auto
H/M/L/Auto
H/M/L/Auto
H/M/L/Auto
H/M/L/Auto
Control Voltage
System Voltage
115v
115v
115v
115v
230v
208/230v
24v
208/230v
24v
208/230v
115v
115v
230v
208/230v
24v
208/230v
24v
208/230v
Air Sweep
Horizontal
Vertical
Finish
Manual
Manual
Manual
Manual
Manual
Manual
Manual
Manual
Manual
Automatic
White
Automatic
White
Automatic
White
Automatic
White
Automatic
White
Automatic
White
Automatic
White
Automatic
White
Automatic
White
Notes:
Legend
1) Cooling only units are shipped with a full factory charge in the outdoor unit based on
25' of refrigerent lines. Heat Pump units are shipped with a holding charge
2) See Applications Data Section for long line lengths
3) See matching condenser for line lengths
4) Capillary in outdoor unit
5) Cooling AccuRater in indoor unit. Heating AccuRater in outdoor unit.
* These units may only be matched with 38BK outdoor units.
** These units may only be matched with 38HDC, 38HDL,
and 38HDS outdoor units.
*** These units may only be matched with 38AN outdoor units.
Rev "A"
01/11/02
Duct Free Systems - Physical Data - 40 Series Under Ceiling Units
QAB018^
QAB024
QAB036
QAB048
QAB060
QAE018^
QAE024
QAE036
QAE048
QAE060
Nominal Capacity (Tons)
1.5
2.0
3.0
4.00
5.0
1.5
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.00
Operating Weight
108
108
117
149
179
110
110
119
151
181
Moisture Removal (pts/hr)
5.8
7.1
9.5
13.4
15.1
5.8
7.1
9.5
13.4
15.1
Refrigerant Type
R-22
R-22
R-22
R-22
R-22
R-22
R-22
R-22
R-22
R-22
Metering Device - Note#3
AccuRater
AccuRater
AccuRater
AccuRater
AccuRater
AccuRater
AccuRater
AccuRater
AccuRater
AccuRater
Charge (Lbs) - Note #4
3.7
5.5
5.4
7.4
13.6
4.3
6.3
Note #6
10.0
11.9
High RPM/CFM
862/500
1050/600
1275/840
1435/1200
1275/1600
900/480
1050/550
1275/870
1435/1130
1275/1600
Med RPM/CFM
690/400
690/400
972/740
1388/1160
972/1220
862/400
900/480
972/750
1388/975
972/1220
Low RPM/CFM
552/320
552/320
830/640
1315/1100
830/1040
770/320
862/400
830/630
1315/820
830/1040
Air Throw ft (high fan)
25
30
40
45
45
25
27
38
40
40
Watts
92
92
282
425
564
92
92
282
425
564
Indoor Fan (Direct Drive)
Quantity
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
HP
1/16
1/16
1/6
1/6 & 1/16
1/6
1/16
1/16
1/6
1/6 & 1/16
1/6
Blower Wheel
Quantity
2
2
2
3
4
2
2
2
3
4
Size
6" x 8"
6" x 8"
6" x 8"
6" x 8"
6" x 8"
6" x 8"
6" x 8"
6" x 8"
6" x 8"
6" x 8"
Face Area (sq ft)
2.2
2.2
2.6
3.0
4.0
2.2
2.2
2.6
3.0
4.0
No Rows
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
FPI
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
Circuits
4
4
4
8
8
4
4
4
8
8
4
5
Note #1
6
4
4
5
Note #1
12" x 8.75"
12" x 8.75"
Indoor Coil Data
Filters (Cleanable)
Quantity
4
Size
12" x 8.75"
12" x 8.75" 10.6" x 8.7"
12" x 8.75" 10.6" x 8.7"
Note #1
6
Note #1
12" x 8.75"
Refrigerent Lines
Connection Type
Flare
Flare
Flare
Flare
Flare
Flare
Flare
Flare
Flare
Flare
Liquid Line
3/8" od
3/8" od
3/8" od
3/8" od
3/8" od
3/8" od
3/8" od
3/8" od
3/8" od
3/8" od
Vapor Line
5/8" od
5/8" od
3/4" od
3/4" od
3/4" od
5/8" od
5/8" od
3/4" od
7/8" od *
7/8" od *
Max Length, Life & Drop
Note #7
Note #7
Note #7
Note #7
Note #7
Note #7
Note #7
Note #7
Note #7
Note #7
3/4"
3/4"
3/4"
3/4"
3/4"
3/4"
3/4"
3/4"
3/4"
3/4"
Wall S'tat
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Freeze Protection
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Yes ***
Yes ***
Yes ***
Yes ***
Yes ***
Condensate Drain
Outside Dia (Male pipe thd)
Note #5
Controls (Solid State)
Defrost Method
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Warm Start
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Time/Temp Time/Temp Time/Temp Time/Temp Time/Temp
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Auto Change Over
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Auto Restart
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Diagnostics
Yes **
Yes **
Yes **
Yes **
Yes **
Yes **
Yes **
Yes **
Yes **
Yes **
Timer Mode (Start/Stop)
24 Hr **
24 Hr **
24 Hr **
24 Hr **
24 Hr **
24 Hr **
24 Hr **
24 Hr **
24 Hr **
24 Hr **
Test Mode
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Dehumidification Mode
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Fan Speeds
H/M/L/Auto H/M/L/Auto H/M/L/Auto H/M/L/Auto H/M/L/Auto H/M/L/Auto H/M/L/Auto H/M/L/Auto H/M/L/Auto H/M/L/Auto
Control Voltage
24v
24v
24v
24v
24v
24v
24v
24v
24v
24v
System Voltage
208/230v
208/230v
208/230v
208/230v
208/230v
208/230v
208/230v
208/230v
208/230v
208/230v
Air Sweep
Horizontal
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Vertical
Automatic
Automatic
Automatic
Automatic
Automatic
Automatic
Automatic
Automatic
Automatic
Automatic
Finish
Note #2
Note #2
Note #2
Note #2
Note #2
Note #2
Note #2
Note #2
Note #2
Note #2
Notes:
Legend
1) 4 Pcs 10.6" x 8.7" and 2 pcs 12.0" x 8.7"
2) GM Motorhome White with Black Trim
3) Metering device located in the indoor unit.
4) Cooling only units are shipped with a full factory charge in the outdoor unit based on
25' of refrigerent lines. Heat Pump units are shipped with a holding charge
5) Flexible tubing (5/8") required when optional condensate pump is used.
6) Single phase unit 7.5 lbs, 3 phase unit 8.7 lbs
7) See matching condenser for line lengths
*
**
***
^
Valve connection size is 3/4". Recommended line size is 7/8".
With recommended thermostat
Through outdoor unit low pressure switch
The 40QAB/QAE018 fan coil is a 40QAB/QAE024 unit using a different motor
speed fan tap. Refer to installation instructions for details
^^ Field configured for 1.5 tons using a different motor speed fan tap
Refer to installation instructions for details
01/11/02
Duct Free Systems - Physical Data - 40 Series Console Units
Nominal Capacity (Tons)
Operating Weight (lbs)
Moisture Removal (pts/hr)
Refrigerant Type
Metering Device
Charge (Lbs) - Note #4
Indoor Fan (Direct Drive)
High RPM/CFM
Med RPM/CFM
Low RPM/CFM
Air Throw ft (high fan)
Watts
Quantity
HP
Blower Wheel
Quantity
Diameter
Length
Indoor Coil Data
No Rows
FPI
Circuits
Filters (Washable)
Quantity
Refrigerent Lines
Connection Type
Liquid Line
Vapor Line
Max Length
Lift
Drop
Condensate Drain
Flexible Tube
Controls (Solid State)
Remote Control
Freeze Protection
Defrost Method
Auto Change Over
Auto Restart
Diagnostics
Timer Mode (Start/Stop)
Test Mode
Dehumidification Mode
Fan Speeds
Control Voltage
System Voltage
Air Sweep
Horizontal
Vertical
Finish
40CG018
40CG024
40CG030
40CS018
40CS024
40CS030
1.5
2.0
2.5
1.5
2.0
2.5
66
77
77
66
77
77
4.2
5.9
7.8
4.2
5.9
7.8
R-22
R-22
R-22
R-22
R-22
R-22
Capillary
Capillary
Capillary
Capillary
Capillary
Capillary
5.2
4.7
6.2
5.2
4.7
6.2
1450/650
1070/500
880/400
26
93
1
1/8
1450/800
1070/650
880/500
26
93
1
1/8
1450/800
1070/650
880/500
26
93
1
1/8
1450/650
1070/500
880/400
23
93
1
1/8
1450//800
1070/650
880/500
23
93
1
1/8
1450/800
1070/650
880/500
23
93
1
1/8
2
5.9
8.6
2
5.9
8.6
2
5.9
8.6
2
5.9
8.6
2
5.9
8.6
2
5.9
8.6
4
14
4
4
14
4
4
14
4
4
14
4
4
14
4
4
14
4
2
3
3
2
3
3
Flare
1/4 od
1/2 od
98'
49'
49'
Flare
3/8 od
5/8 od
131'
66'
66'
Flare
3/8 od
5/8 od
98'
33'
33'
Flare
1/4 od
1/2 od
98'
49'
49'
Flare
3/8 od
5/8 od
131'
66'
66'
Flare
3/8 od
5/8 od
98'
33'
33'
5/8 Dia
5/8 Dia
5/8 Dia
5/8 Dia
5/8 Dia
5/8 Dia
Yes
n/a
n/a
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
H/M/L/Auto
Line Voltage
208/230 v
Yes
n/a
n/a
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
H/M/L/Auto
Line Voltage
208/230 v
Yes
n/a
n/a
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
H/M/L/Auto
Line Voltage
208/230 v
Yes
Yes
Time/Temp
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
H/M/L/Auto
Line Voltage
208/230 v
Yes
Yes
Time/Temp
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
H/M/L/Auto
Line Voltage
208/230 v
Yes
Yes
Time/Temp
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
H/M/L/Auto
Line Voltage
208/230 v
Manual
Automatic
White
Manual
Automatic
White
Manual
Automatic
White
Manual
Automatic
White
Manual
Automatic
White
Manual
Automatic
White
Rev "A"
01/11/02
Duct Free Systems - Physical Data - 40 Series Cassette Units
Cooling And Heat Pump Models
QKB024
QKB036*
QKB036
QKE024
QKE036
QKE048
1.5
61.6
7.0
R-22
Note #4
Note #5
2.0
105.8
9.6
R-22
TXV
3.0
105.8
9.6
R-22
AccuRater
6.0
2.0
66.1
7.0
R-22
AccuRater
5.5
3.0
105.8
8.6
R-22
AccuRater
Note #1
4.0
118.0
9.6
R-22
AccuRater
Note #1
High RPM/CFM
Med RPM/CFM
Low RPM/CFM
Air Throw ft (high fan)
Watts
Quantity
HP
Blower Wheel
1190/525
930/415
840/400
22
100
1
1/16
970/915
790/745
635/635
20
180
2
1/16
970/915
790/745
635/635
20
180
2
1/16
1190/525
930/430
840/400
22
100
1
1/16
970/915
790/745
635/635
20
160
2
1/16
1180/1100
920/880
830/680
20
180
2
1/16
Quantity
Size
Indoor Coil Data
1
10" x 8"
2
10" x 8"
2
10" x 8"
1
10" x 8"
2
10" x 8"
2
10" x 8"
Face Area (sq ft)
No Rows
2.66
3
5.67
2
5.67
2
2.66
3
5.67
2
5.67
2
FPI
Circuits
Filters (Cleanable)
14
4
14
4
14
4
14
4
14
4
14
4
Nominal Capacity (Tons)
Operating Weight
Moisture Removal (pts/hr)
Refrigerant Type
Metering Device
Charge (Lbs) Note #3
Indoor Fan (Direct Drive)
Quantity
1
2
2
1
2
2
Size
Refrigerent Lines
16.5" x 16.5"
16.5" x 16.5"
16.5" x 16.5"
16.5" x 16.5"
16.5" x 16.5"
16.5" x 16.5"
Connection Type
Liquid Line
Vapor Line
Max Length, Lift & Drop
Condensate Drain
Flare
3/8" od
5/8" od
Note #2
Flare
3/8" od
3/4" od
Note #2
Flare
3/8" od
3/4"od
Note #2
Flare
3/8" od
5/8"od
Note #2
Flare
3/8" od
3/4" od
Note #2
Flare
3/8" od
3/4" od
Note #2
Connection
Size
Controls (Solid State)
Hose
1.0" Dia
Hose
1.0" Dia
Hose
1.0" Dia
Hose
1.0"Dia
Hose
1.0" Dia
Hose
1.0" Dia
Wall Stat
Freeze Protection
Defrost Method
Warm Start
Auto Change Over
Yes
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Yes
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Yes
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Yes
Yes ***
Time/Temp
n/a
Yes
Yes
Yes ***
Time/Temp
n/a
Yes
Yes
Yes ***
Time/Temp
n/a
Yes
Auto Restart
Diagnostics
Timer Mode (Start/Stop)
Yes
Yes **
24 Hr **
Yes
Yes **
24 Hr **
Yes
Yes **
24 Hr **
Yes
Yes **
24 Hr **
Yes
Yes **
24 Hr **
Yes
Yes **
24 Hr **
Test Mode
Dehumidification Mode
Fan Speeds
Control Voltage
System Voltage
Air Sweep
Yes
n/a
H/M/L/Auto/C
24v
208/230v
Yes
n/a
H/M/L/Auto/C
24v
208/230v
Yes
n/a
H/M/L/Auto/C
24v
208/230v
Yes
n/a
H/M/L/Auto/C
24v
208/230v
Yes
n/a
H/M/L/Auto/C
24v
208/230v
Yes
n/a
H/M/L/Auto/C
24v
208/230v
Horizontal
Vertical
Finish
n/a
n/a
Ceiling White
n/a
n/a
Ceiling White
n/a
n/a
Ceiling White
n/a
n/a
Ceiling White
n/a
n/a
Ceiling White
n/a
n/a
Ceiling White
Notes:
Legend
1) System charge single phase unit 5.9 lbs, 3 phase unit 8.0 lbs.
2) See matching condenser for line lenghts
3) Cooling only units are shipped with a full factory charge in the outdoor unit based on
25' of refrigerent lines. Heat Pump units are shipped with a holding charge
4) AccuRater when matched with HDC/HDL, TXV when matched with HDS.
5) When matched with HDC/HDL 4.8 lbs. When matched with HDS 5.0 lbs.
* When matched with the 38HDS
** With recommended thermostat
*** Through outdoor unit low presure switch
01/11/02
Duct Free Systems - Physical Data - Hydronic Cassette
Unit 42WKN
Pipe Version
Operating Weight (lb)
Max Entering Water Temp Deg. F
Fan (qty)
RPM
004
008
010
016
020
2
2
2
4
2
2
4
57.8
60
64.4
65.6
108.9
115.6
117.8
180
1
180
1
180
1
180
1
180
2
180
2
180
2
High
755
755
1015
1015
755
1140
1140
Med
540
550
730
730
550
880
880
Low
Nominal CFM
350
360
650
650
360
785
785
High
Med
420
320
420
320
390
300
420
300
840
600
920
740
975
740
Low
280
280
280
280
560
675
675
1
2
3
3
1
2
3
3
1
Face Area (sq ft) Cooling
Face Area (sq ft) Heating
Number of Circuits Cooling
2.7
2.7
2.5
5.4
5.2
2
3
4
2.5
2.5
4
3
4
5.2
5.6
4
Number of Circuits Heating
Connections
2
3
4
1
3
4
1
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.75
0.75
1"
1"
1"
1"
1"
Coils
Number of Rows Cooling
Number of Rows Heating
2- Pipe Valve Tubing Connections (in)
4- Pipe Valve Tubing Connections (in)
Condensate Drain Barbed (in)
0.5
1"
0.5
1"
Note:
1) Two-pipe units use same coil for both heating and cooling
01/12/02
Duct Free Systems - Physical Data - 40 Series Satellite Units
Cooling Models
Nominal Capacity (Tons)
Operating Weight
Moisture Removal (pts/hr)
Refrigerant Type
Metering Device
Charge (Lbs) Note #1
Indoor Fan (Direct Drive)
High RPM/CFM
Med RPM
Low RPM
Air Throw ft (high fan)
Motor Watts (high)
Blower Wheel
Quantity
Size
Indoor Coil Data
Face Area (sq ft)
No Rows
FPI
Circuits
Filters (Disposable)
(qty) Hood
(qty) Filter Rack
Refrigerent Lines
Liquid Line (Flare)
Vapor Line (Sweat)
Max Length, Lift & Drop
Condensate Drain
Dia
Controls (Microprocessor)
Remote (Wireless I/R)
Freeze Protection
Defrost Method
Warm Start
Auto Change Over
Auto Restart
Diagnostics
Timer Mode (Start/Stop)
Test Mode
Dehumidification Mode
Fan Speeds
Control Voltage
System Voltage
Air Sweep
Horizontal
Vertical
Finish
40HD024
40HD036
40HD048
2
88
3.0
129.8
4.0
132
R-22
AccuRater
5.5/4.4
R-22
AccuRater
6.3/5.8
R-22
AccuRater
7.8/7.9
1150/800
1095
1000
N/A
1.11
1150/1226
1065
920
N/A
2.27
1150/1610
1065
920
N/A
2.27
1
8x8
2
8x8
2
8x8
2.23
3
13
3
3.64
3
13
5
4.36
3
13
6
(1) 16 x 20 x 1
(1) 12 x27 x 1
(1) 16 x 20 x 1
(2) 12 x 25 x 1
(1) 16 x 20 x 1
(2) 12 x 25 x 1
3/8" od
5/8" od
Note #3
3/8" od
3/4" od
Note #3
3/8" od
7/8" od
Note #3
1" MPT
1" MPT
1" MPT
Yes
Yes
n/a
n/a
n/a
Yes
Yes
24 Hr
Yes
Yes
H/M/L/Auto
115v
115v
Yes
Yes
n/a
n/a
n/a
Yes
Yes
24 Hr
Yes
Yes
H/M/L/Auto
115v
115v
Yes
Yes
n/a
n/a
n/a
Yes
Yes
24 Hr
Yes
Yes
H/M/L/Auto
230v
208/230v
n/a
n/a
Galvanized
n/a
n/a
Galvanized
n/a
n/a
Galvanized
N/A = Not Available
Notes:
1) Cooling only units are shipped with a full factory charge in the outdoor unit based on
25' of refrigerent lines. Heat Pump units are shipped with a holding charge. Matched with HDC/HDL.
2) See Applications Data Section for long line lengths
3) See matching condenser for line lengths
4) Cooling AccuRater in indoor unit. Heating AccuRater in outdoor unit.
Rev /
02/15/02
Duct Free Systems - Physical Data - 38 Series AN & BK Condensers
Cooling Only and Heat Pump Models
Nominal Capacity (Tons)
Operating Weight
Refrigerant Type
Metering Device
Charge (Lbs) Note #3
Outdoor Fan
RPM/CFM
Diameter
No Blades
Watts
Coil Data
Face Area (sq ft)
No Rows
FPI
High Pressure (psig)
Cut-In
Cut-Out
Low Pressure
Cut-In
Cut-Out
Refrigerent Lines
Connection Type
Liquid Line
Vapor Line
Max Length
Max Lift
Max Drop
Compressor
Manufacturer
Model
Type
Oil Charge (oz)
Crankcase Heater
Accumulator
Controls
Fusible Plug (F)
Control Voltage
System Voltage
Defrost Method
Finish
AN009 *
AN012-1 *
AN012-3 *
BK009 *
BK012 *
BK018 *
BK024 *
0.75
55
R-22
Capillary
1.5
1.0
62
R-22
Capillary
1.8
1.0
62
R-22
Capillary
1.8
0.75
61
R-22
Note #1
1.5
1.0
67
R-22
Note #1
2.0
1.5
154
R-22
Note #2
1.5
2.0
167
R-22
Note #2
1.5
850/750
12.25"
4
87
850/750
12.25"
4
87
850/750
12.25"
4
87
850/756
12.25"
4
87
850/756
12.25"
4
87
850/1720
18.0"
3
1/8 hp
850/1720
18.0"
3
1/8 hp
3.5
1
18
3.5
2
17
3.5
2
17
3.5
1
18
3.5
2
17
6.1
1.5
15
6.1
2
15
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
320 +/-20
426 +/-7
320 +/-20
426 +/-7
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
22 +/-5
7 +/-3
22 +/-5
7 +/-3
Male Flare
1/4" od
1/2" od
50
30
30'
Male Flare
1/4" od
1/2" od
50
30
30'
Male Flare
1/4" od
1/2" od
50
30
30'
Male Flare
1/4" od
1/2" od
50
30
30
Male Flare
1/4" od
1/2" od
50
30
30'
Sweat/Flare
3/8" od (F)
5/8" od (S)
50
30
30'
Sweat/Flair
3/8" od (F)
5/8" od (S)
50
30
30'
Daewoo
EBA095111H
Rotary
10.1
40 Watts
Yes
Daewoo
EBB130111H
Rotary
10.1
40 Watts
Yes
Tecumseh
AW5519G
Recip
30.0
19 Watts
Yes
Tecumseh
AW5524G
Recip
30.0
19 Watts
Yes
210
115v
115v
Demand
White
210
208/230v
208/230v
Demand
White
Daewoo
EAA090111A
Rotary
10.1
None
Yes
210
115v
115v
n/a
Beige
Daewoo
Daewoo
ECA130111H EBB120111A
Rotary
Rotary
10.1
10.1
None
None
Yes
Yes
210
115v
115v
n/a
Beige
210
208/230v
208/230v
n/a
Beige
210
210
24V
24V
208/230v
208/230v
Time/Temp** Time/Temp**
Gray
Gray
Notes:
Legend
1) AccuRater at outdoor unit
2) AccuRater at outdoor unit for heating and indoor unit for cooling.
3) Cooling only units are shipped with a full factory charge.
Heat Pump units are shipped with a holding charge
* These units may only be used with 40QNB/QNE/QNH fan coils.
** Demand defrost when used with 40QNE
Rev "B"
01/11/02
Duct Free Systems - Physical Data - 38 Series HDC Condensers
Cooling Only Models
HDC018
HDC024
HDC030
HDC036-3
HDC036-5/6
HDC048-3
HDC048-5/6
HDC060-3
HDC060-5/6
Nominal Capacity (Tons)
1.5
2.0
2.50
3.0
3.0
4.0
4.0
5.0
5.0
Operating Weight
150
154
169
179
270
270
290
290
Refrigerant Type
R-22
R-22
R-22
R-22
R-22
R-22
R-22
R-22
R-22
Metering Device - Note #2
AccuRater
AccuRater
AccuRater
AccuRater
AccuRater
AccuRater
AccuRater
AccuRater
AccuRater
Charge (Lbs) Note #3
3.6*
4.8*
5.2*
5.4*
7.4*
7.4
13.6*
13.6*
RPM/CFM
850/1720
850/1720
850/1720
850/1720
850/3900
850/3900
850/3900
850/3900
Diameter
18"
18"
18"
18"
24"
24"
24"
24"
No Blades
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Watts
1/8 HP
1/8 HP
1/8 HP
1/8 HP
1/4 hp
1/4 hp
1/4 hp
1/4 hp
Face Area (sq ft)
6.1
6.1
6.1
6.1
12.3
12.3
12.3
12.3
No Rows
1.5
2
3
3
2
2
3
3
FPI
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
Cut-In
320+/-20
320+/-20
320+/-20
320+/-20
320+/-20
320+/-20
320+/-20
320+/-20
320+/-20
Cut-Out
426 +/-7
426 +/-7
426 +/-7
426 +/-7
426 +/-7
426 +/-7
426 +/-7
426 +/-7
426 +/-7
Cut-In
22 +/-5
22 +/-5
22 +/-5
22 +/-5
22 +/-5
22 +/-5
22 +/-5
22 +/-5
22 +/-5
Cut-Out
7 +/-3
7 +/-3
7 +/-3
7 +/-3
7 +/-3
7 +/-3
7 +/-3
7 +/-3
7 +/-3
Outdoor Fan
Coil Data
High Pressure (psig)
Low Pressure
Refrigerent Lines
Connection Type
Sweat
Sweat
Sweat
Sweat
Sweat
Sweat
Sweat
Sweat
Sweat
Liquid Line
3/8" od
3/8" od
3/8" od
3/8" od
3/8" od
3/8" od
3/8" od
3/8" od
3/8" od
Vapor Line
5/8" od
5/8" od
3/4" od
7/8" od ***
7/8" od
7/8" od
7/8" od
1 1/8" od ^
1 1/8" od ^
Max Length
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
Max Lift
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
Max Drop
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
Manufacturer
Tecumseh
Copeland
Copeland
Copeland
Copeland
Carrier
Model
AW5517G
ZR24K3
ZR28K3
ZR34K3
ZR49K3
SY60AC
Scroll
Compressor
Type
Recip
Scroll
Scroll
Scroll
Scroll
Oil Charge (oz)
30.0
25.0
25.0
38.0
53.0
52.0
Heater
19 Watts
None
None
None
None
None
Accumulator
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Controls
Fusible Plug (F)
210
210
210
210
210
210
210
210
Cotrol Voltage **
24v
24v
24v
24v
24v
24v
24v
24v
210
24v
System Voltage
208/230v
208/230v
208/230v
208/230v
Note #1
208/230v
Note #1
208/230v
Note #1
Defrost Method
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Finish
Gray
Gray
Gray
Gray
Gray
Gray
Gray
Gray
Gray
Notes:
Legend
1) Available in 208/230v, 3 Phase and 460v, 3 phase
2) AccuRater located at fan coil
3) Unit shipped with full factory charge
*
**
***
^
See piston guide and charge table section for proper charge and piston for each fan coil type.
24v and a minimum of 40va is provided in the fan coil unit.
Valve connection size is 3/4" Recommended line size is 7/8"
Valve connection size is 7/8" Recommended line size is1 1/8"
01/11/02
Duct Free Systems - Physical Data - 38 Series HDL Condensers
Cooling Only Models
Nominal Capacity (Tons)
Operating Weight
Refrigerant Type
Metering Device - Note #1
Charge (Lbs) - Note #2
Outdoor Fan
RPM/CFM
Diameter
No Blades
Watts
Coil Data
Face Area (sq ft)
No Rows
FPI
High Pressure (psig)
Cut-In
Cut-Out
Low Pressure
Cut-In
Cut-Out
Refrigerent Lines
Connection Type
Liquid Line
Vapor Line
Max Length
Max Lift
Max Drop
Compressor
Manufacturer
Model
Type
Oil Charge (oz)
Heater
Accumulator
Controls
Fusible Plug (F)
Control Voltage **
System Voltage
Defrost Method
Finish
HDL018
HDL024
HDL030
HDL036301
HDL036311
HDL048
HDL060
1.5
130
R-22
AccuRater
3.8*
2.0
136
R-22
AccuRater
4.9*
2.50
161
R-22
AccuRater
5.2*
3.0
185
R-22
AccuRater
5.0*
3.0
185
R-22
AccuRater
5.0*
4.0
222
R-22
AccuRater
7.1*
5.0
249
R-22
AccuRater
8.7*
850/1720
18"
3
1/8 HP
850/1720
18"
3
1/8 HP
850/1720
18"
3
1/8 HP
850/1720
18"
3
1/8 HP
850/1720
18"
3
1/8 HP
850/3900
24"
3
1/8 hp
850/3900
24"
3
1/8 hp
6.1
1
20
6.1
1.5
20
6.1
2
20
6.1
2
20
6.1
2
20
12.3
1.5
20
12.3
1.75
20
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
22 +/-5
7 +/-3
22 +/-5
7 +/-3
22 +/-5
7 +/-3
22 +/-5
7 +/-3
22 +/-5
7 +/-3
22 +/-5
7 +/-3
22 +/-5
7 +/-3
Sweat
3/8" od
5/8" od
100'
65'
75'
Sweat
3/8" od
5/8" od
100'
65'
75'
Sweat
3/8" od
3/4" od
100'
65'
75'
Sweat
3/8" od
3/4" od
100'
65'
75'
Sweat
3/8" od
3/4" od
100'
65'
75'
Sweat
3/8" od
7/8" od
100'
65'
75'
Sweat
3/8" od
7/8" od
100'
65'
75'
Copeland
ZR18KC-PFV
Scroll
21.0
None
No
Copeland
ZR24KC-PFV
Scroll
21.0
None
No
Copeland
ZR28KC-PFV
Scroll
34.0
None
No
Tecumseh
AV5535G
Recip
50.0
None
No
210
24v
208/230v
n/a
Gray
210
24v
208/230v
n/a
Gray
210
24v
208/230v
n/a
Gray
210
24v
208/230v
n/a
Gray
Notes:
Legend
1) AccuRater located at fan coil
2) Unit shipped with full factory charge based on 25'
of interconnecting tubing.
*
Copeland
Copeland
ZR34KC-PFV ZR47KC-PFV
Scroll
Scroll
42.0
38.0
None
None
No
No
210
24v
208/230v
n/a
Gray
210
24v
208/230v
n/a
Gray
See piston guide and charge table section for proper charge
and piston for each fan coil type.
** 24v and a minimum of 40va is provided in the fan coil unit.
Copeland
ZR57KC-PFV
Scroll
60.0
None
No
210
24v
208/230v
n/a
Gray
Rev "A"
01/11/02
Duct Free Systems - Physical Data - 38 Series QRC Condensers
Heat Pump Models
QR018C
QR024C
QR030C
QR036C-3
QR036C-5/6
QR048C-3
QR048C-5/6
QR060C-3
QR060C-5/6
Nominal Capacity (Tons)
1.5
2.0
2.50
3.0
3.0
4.0
4.0
5.0
5.0
Operating Weight
154
167
180
184
249
252
252
272
272
Refrigerant Type
R-22
R-22
R-22
R-22
R-22
R-22
R-22
R-22
R-22
Metering Device - Note #2
AccuRater
AccuRater
AccuRater
AccuRater
AccuRater
AccuRater
AccuRater
AccuRater
AccuRater
Charge (Lbs) - Note #3
1.5*
1.5*
1.5*
1.5*
2.0*
2.0*
2.0*
2.0*
2.0*
RPM/CFM
850/1720
850/1720
850/1720
850/1720
850/3900
850/3900
850/3900
850/3900
850/3900
Diameter
18"
18"
18"
18"
24"
24"
24"
24"
24"
No Blades
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Watts
1/8 HP
1/8 HP
1/8 HP
1/8 HP
1/4 hp
1/4 HP
1/4 HP
1/4 HP
1/4 HP
Face Area (sq ft)
6.1
6.1
6.1
6.1
12.3
12.3
12.3
12.3
12.3
No Rows
1.5
2
3
3
2
2
2
3
3
FPI
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
Cut-In
320 +/-20
320 +/-20
320 +/-20
320 +/-20
320 +/-20
320 +/-20
320 +/-20
320 +/-20
320 +/-20
Cut-Out
426 +/-7
426 +/-7
426 +/-7
426 +/-7
426 +/-7
426 +/-7
426 +/-7
426 +/-7
426 +/-7
Cut-In
22 +/-5
22 +/-5
22 +/-5
22 +/-5
22 +/-5
22 +/-5
22 +/-5
22 +/-5
22 +/-5
Cut-Out
7 +/-3
7 +/-3
7 +/-3
7 +/-3
7 +/-3
7 +/-3
7 +/-3
7 +/-3
7 +/-3
Sweat/Flair
Outdoor Fan
Coil Data
High Pressure (psig)
Low Pressure
Refrigerent Lines
Sweat/Flair
Sweat/Flair
Sweat/Flair
Sweat/Flair
Liquid Line (Flair)
Connection Type
Sweat/Flair Sweat/Flair Sweat/Flair Sweat/Flair
3/8" od
3/8" od
3/8" od
3/8" od
3/8" od
3/8" od
3/8" od
3/8" od
3/8" od
Vapor Line (Sweat)
5/8" od
5/8" od
3/4" od
7/8" od***
3/4" od
7/8" od
7/8 od
1 1/8" od^
1 1/8" od
Max Length
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
Max Lift
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
Max Drop
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
Compressor
Manufacturer
Tecumseh
Tecumseh
Copeland
Copeland
Copeland
Tecumseh
Copeland
Model
AW5519G
AW5524G
ZR28K3
ZR34K3
CRH3-0275
AV5549G
CRP5-0450
Type
Recip
Recip
Scroll
Scroll
Recip
Recip
Recip
Oil Charge (oz)
30.0
30.0
24.0
30.0
51.0
50.0
66.0
Scroll
Heater
19 Watts
19 Watts
None
None
40 watts
27 Watts
Accumulator
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Fusible Plug (F)
210
210
210
210
210
210
210
210
210
Control Voltage
24v
24v
24v
24v
24v
24v
24v
24v
24v
System Voltage
208/230v
208/230v
208/230v
208/230v
Note #1
208/230v
Note #1
208/230v
Note #1
Time/Temp
Time/Temp
Time/Temp
Time/Temp
Time/Temp
Gray
Gray
Gray
Gray
Gray
40 Watts
Controls
Defrost Method
Finish
Time/Temp Time/Temp Time/Temp Time/Temp
Gray
Gray
Gray
Gray
Notes:
Legend
1) Available in 208/230v, 3 Phase and 460v, 3 phase
2) AccuRater at outdoor unit for heating and indoor unit for cooling.
3) Units shipped with holding charge only
*
See piston guide and charge table section for proper charge and piston
for each fan coil type.
** 24v and a minimum of 40va is provided in the fan coil unit.
*** Valve connection size is 3/4" Recommended line size is 7/8"
^ Valve connection size is 7/8" Recommended line size is1 1/8"
01/11/02
Duct Free Systems - Physical Data - 38 Series HDS Condensers
Cooling Only Models
HDS024
HDS048
Nominal Capacity (Tons)
Operating Weight
Refrigerant Type
2.0
159
R-22
4.0
292
R-22
Metering Device
Charge (Lbs) - Note #2
Outdoor Fan
RPM/CFM
Diameter
No Blades
TXV - Cond
5.0*
TXV - Cond
5.5*
850/1720
18"
3
850/3900
24"
3
Watts
1/8 HP
1/4 hp
Coil Data
Face Area (sq ft)
No Rows
6.1
2
12.3
2
FPI
15
15
High Pressure (psig)
Cut-In
Cut-Out
320 +/-20
426 +/-7
320 +/-20
426 +/-7
Low Pressure (psig)
Cut-In
Cut-Out
22 +/-5
7 +/-3
22 +/-5
7 +/-3
Refrigerent Lines
Connection Type
Sweat
Sweat
Liquid Line
Vapor Line
Max Length
3/8" od (2)
5/8" od (2)
50'
3/8" od (4)
5/8" od (4)
50'
Max Lift
Max Drop
30'
30'
30'
30'
Compressor
Manufacturer
Copeland
Copeland
Model
Type
Oil Charge (oz)
Heater
Accumulator
ZR23K3
Scroll
25.0
None
Yes
ZR49K3 (2)
Scroll
53.0
None
Yes
Controls
Fusible Plug (F)
Control Voltage
System Voltage
Defrost Method
210
24v
208/230v
n/a
210
24v
208/230v
n/a
Finish
Gray
Gray
Notes:
Legend
1) Charge based on 25' of interconnecting tubing
2) Unit shipped with full factory charge
*
See piston guide and charge table section for proper charge
and piston for each fan coil type.
** 24v and a minimum of 40va is provided in the fan coil unit.
TXV Thermostatic Expansion Valve
01/11/02
Duct Free Systems - Physical Data - 38CG, CS, SB, & SC Series Condensers
Cooling Only & Heat Pump Models
Nominal Capacity (Tons)
Operating Weight
Refrigerant Type
Metering Device
Charge (Lbs)
Outdoor Fan
CFM (High/Low)
RPM (High/Low)
Diameter
No Blades
Size
Coil Data
No Circuits
No Rows
FPI
High Pressure (psig)
Cut-In
Cut-Out
Low Pressure
Cut-In
Cut-Out
Refrigerent Lines
Connection Type
Liquid Line
Vapor Line
Max Length
Max Lift
Max Drop
Compressor
Manufacturer
Model
Type
Oil Re-Charge (oz)
Oil Type
Heater
Accumulator
Controls
Fusible Plug (F)
Cotrol Voltage
System Voltage
Defrost Method
Finish
Notes:
1) Unit shipped with full factory charge
38CG018
38CG024
38CG030
38CS018
38CS024
38CS030
38SC030
1.5
2
2.5
1.5
2
2.5
2.5
38SB030
2.5
143
143
165
143
143
165
330
330
R-22
R-22
R-22
R-22
R-22
R-22
R-22
R-22
Capillary
Capillary
Capillary
Capillary
Capillary
Capillary
Capillary
Capillary
5.2
4.7
6.2
5.2
4.7
6.2
12.4
12.4
2300/1800
2300/1800
2300/1800
2300/1800
2300/1800
2300/1800
2300/1800 *
2300/1800 *
1000/700
1000/700
1000/700
1000/700
1000/700
1000/700
1000/700 *
1000/700 *
20"
20"
20"
20"
20"
20"
20" *
20" *
6
6
6
6
6
6
6*
6*
1/5 HP
1/5 HP
1/5 HP
1/5 HP
1/5 HP
1/5 HP
1/5 HP *
1/5 HP *
4
4
4
4
4
4
4 **
4 **
2
2
3
2
2
3
3 **
3 **
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Flare
Flare
Flare
Flare
Flare
Flare
Flare
Flare
1/4 od
3/8" od
3/8" od
1/4 od
3/8" od
3/8" od
3/8" od
3/8" od
1/2 od
5/8" od
5/8" od
1/2 od
5/8" od
5/8" od
5/8" od
5/8" od
98'
131'
98'
98'
131'
98'
98'
98'
49'
66'
33'
49'
66'
33'
33'
33'
49'
66'
33'
49'
66'
33'
33'
33'
Bristol
Bristol
Bristol
Bristol
Bristol
Bristol
Bristol
Bristol
H25B18QABCA
H25B24QABCA
H25B35QABCA
H25B18QABCA
H25B24QABCA
H25B35QABCA
H25B35QABCA
H25B35QABCA
Recip
Recip
Recip
Recip
Recip
Recip
Recip
Recip
32
32
37
32
32
37
37
37
3GS
3GS
3GS
3GS
3GS
3GS
3GS
3GS
n/a
n/a
n/a
Yes
Yes
Yes
n/a
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Line Voltage
Line Voltage
Line Voltage
Line Voltage
Line Voltage
Line Voltage
Line Voltage
Line Voltage
208/230v
208/230v
208/230v
208/230v
208/230v
208/230v
208/230v
208/230v
n/a
n/a
n/a
Time/Temp
Time/Temp
Time/Temp
n/a
Time/Temp
Tan
Tan
Tan
Tan
Tan
Tan
Tan
Tan
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** Two Coils
11-Jan-02
Sound Data "High Wall" Fan Coils (A Weighed)
Model
40QNB009
40QNB012
115v & 230v
40QNB018
40QNB024
40QNE009
40QNH012
40QNH018
40QNH024
Sound
Pressure (dBa)
42.1
39.2
36.2
45.7
43.1
39.9
49.3
45.8
42.5
54.2
51.7
49.3
42.3
40.8
37.7
45.7
42.7
39.6
50.3
47.8
44.5
53.4
50.8
48.3
Sound
Power (dBa)
50.4
47.5
44.5
54.0
51.4
48.2
57.6
54.1
50.8
62.5
60.0
57.6
50.6
49.1
46.0
54.0
51.0
47.9
58.6
56.1
52.8
61.7
59.1
56.6
Fan
Speed
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
125
36.5
32.8
31.7
36.7
33.6
33.5
40.8
38.0
37.3
44.9
43.7
40.7
38.2
31.7
29.2
35.1
31.7
29.1
43.2
39.8
37.0
43.8
41.4
38.9
250
40.3
37.9
36.6
43.5
42.5
41.6
49.1
46.7
44.4
51.9
50.5
47.7
41.1
39.8
38.4
43.8
43.3
42.2
49.1
46.9
44.4
51.5
49.5
47.3
Sound Power Data Octave Band (dBa)
500
1000
2000
45.2
48.2
42.3
43.6
44.9
39.1
41.6
41.6
35.4
50.2
51.1
46.5
47.1
48.8
43.4
43.8
45.6
39.8
53.7
55.2
49.1
50.6
51.7
44.9
47.5
48.6
40.4
59.1
59.5
54.8
57.2
57.0
51.8
55.1
54.7
49.0
46.2
47.9
43.0
45.0
45.3
42.0
43.9
41.9
38.6
50.3
51.1
46.4
46.3
48.6
42.9
42.9
45.6
39.1
54.0
56.0
50.7
52.2
53.7
47.4
49.3
50.4
43.4
58.5
58.8
53.5
56.5
56.2
50.4
54.4
53.7
47.4
4000
33.2
29.8
27.7
38.6
36.2
33.0
41.3
35.8
32.0
48.0
44.4
40.5
33.6
36.8
28.1
38.0
34.2
30.3
44.0
40.1
35.6
46.2
42.5
39.0
8000
31.2
31.2
31.2
31.7
33.4
32.7
32.3
31.6
31.6
36.7
33.6
32.2
31.2
36.8
31.2
31.2
31.2
31.2
34.0
32.7
31.9
36.0
36.0
36.0
Note:
1) Sound levels are taken in accordance with ARI Sound Standard 350
2) Sound Pressure data is measured at 1m from the unit.
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dBa - Decibels on the A scale
Rev "A"
01/09/02
Sound Data "Under Ceiling" Fan Coils (A Weighted)
Model
Sound
Pressure (dBa)
48.9
40QAB018
46.4
44.5
50.1
40QAB024
48.9
46.4
48.9
40QAB024 *
46.4
44.5
60.1
40QAB036
57.7
54.6
59.0
40QAB048
58.0
40QAB060
40QAE018
40QAE024
40QAE036
40QAE048
40QAE060
Sound
Power (dBa)
57.2
54.7
52.8
58.4
57.2
54.7
57.2
54.7
52.8
68.4
66.0
62.9
67.3
66.3
61.8
60.5
57.5
48.9
46.4
44.5
51.1
50.2
49.5
60.1
57.8
54.9
59.0
58.0
70.1
68.8
65.8
57.2
54.7
52.8
59.4
58.5
57.8
68.4
66.1
63.2
67.3
66.3
61.8
60.5
57.5
70.1
68.8
65.8
Fan
Speed
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
125
38.1
36.4
35.1
39.2
38.1
36.4
38.1
36.4
35.1
50.2
47.9
46.2
48.7
47.8
-52.5
51.2
49.5
38.1
36.4
35.1
42.8
41.3
40.9
50.2
47.9
46.2
48.7
47.8
-52.5
51.2
49.5
250
50.0
47.7
46.2
50.9
50.0
47.7
50.0
47.7
46.2
61.0
58.6
55.6
60.8
59.2
-63.6
61.5
59.1
50.0
47.7
46.2
51.8
50.8
50.3
61.0
58.6
55.6
60.8
59.2
-63.6
61.5
59.1
Sound Power Data Octave Band (dBa)
500
1000
2000
52.6
54.7
49.0
50.7
52.3
46.3
49.3
50.5
43.5
53.4
56.0
50.4
52.6
54.7
49.0
50.7
52.3
46.3
52.6
54.7
49.0
50.7
52.3
46.3
49.3
50.5
43.5
60.5
65.0
61.7
58.3
62.8
59.1
5.2
59.9
56.3
60.4
64.0
60.3
59.4
63.1
59.2
---63.7
67.0
63.3
61.9
66.4
60.8
60.0
63.1
58.3
52.6
54.7
49.0
50.7
52.3
46.3
49.3
50.5
43.5
54.0
56.7
52.2
53.3
55.6
51.3
52.6
54.7
50.7
60.5
65.0
61.7
58.3
62.8
59.1
56.2
59.9
56.3
60.4
64.0
60.3
59.4
63.1
59.2
---63.7
67.0
63.3
61.9
66.4
60.8
60.0
63.1
58.3
4000
41.5
37.4
34.3
43.1
41.5
37.4
41.5
37.4
34.3
58.9
56.6
53.6
57.3
56.2
-59.0
56.6
53.6
41.5
37.4
34.3
45.9
45.3
45.1
58.9
56.6
53.6
57.3
56.2
-59.0
56.6
53.6
8000
31.8
29.5
29.0
32.8
31.8
29.5
31.8
29.5
29.0
51.5
48.1
43.0
47.7
46.6
-50.0
47.0
43.8
31.8
29.5
29.0
36.6
35.2
35.8
51.5
48.1
43.0
47.7
46.6
-50.0
47.0
43.8
* Field Reconfigured for 18,000 Btuh
Note:
1) Sound levels are taken in accordance with ARI Sound Standard 350
2) Sound Pressure data is measured at 1m from the unit.
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dBa - Decibels on the A scale
01/09/02
Sound Data "Console" Fan Coils (A Weighted)
Model
40CG-018---301RM
40CG-024---301RM
40CG-030---301RM
40CS-018---301RM
40CS-024---301RM
40CS-030---301RM
Sound
Pressure (dBa)
n/a
n/a
38.0
n/a
n/a
40.0
n/a
n/a
40.0
n/a
n/a
38.0
n/a
n/a
40.0
n/a
n/a
40.0
Sound
Power (dBa)
65.0
58.0
55.0
65.0
60.0
56.0
64.0
59.0
55.0
65.0
58.0
55.0
65.0
60.0
56.0
64.0
59.0
55.0
Fan
Speed
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
125
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
250
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Sound Power Data Octave Band (dBa)
500
1000
2000
4000
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
8000
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Note:
1) Sound levels are taken in accordance with ARI Sound Standard 350
2) Sound Pressure data is measured at 1m from the unit.
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dBa - Decibels on the A scale
n/a - Not Available
Rev "A"
01/09/02
Sound Data "Cassette" Fan Coils (A Weighted)
Model
40QKB024
40QKB036
Sound
Pressure (dBa)
48.0
42.6
41.5
46.5
39.9
32.6
48.0
Sound
Power (dBa)
56.3
50.9
49.8
54.8
48.2
40.9
56.3
46.5
39.9
32.6
50.8
45.6
54.8
48.2
40.9
59.1
53.9
40QKE024
40QKE036
40QKE048
Fan
Speed
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
125
32.1
42.0
40.9
45.0
35.5
31.2
32.1
--45.0
35.5
31.2
40.2
45.0
--
Sound Power Data Octave Band (dBa)
250
500
1000
2000
4000
45.0
51.2
54.1
46.5
45.0
44.1
48.0
47.5
42.2
37.3
43.0
46.9
46.4
41.1
36.2
45.8
50.9
51.8
47.4
38.8
40.2
46.1
45.2
39.0
29.9
37.8
40.3
37.0
26.5
24.5
45.0
51.2
54.1
46.5
45.0
----------45.8
50.9
51.8
47.4
38.8
40.2
46.1
45.2
39.0
29.9
37.8
40.3
37.0
26.5
24.5
45.8
54.8
56.0
51.5
47.7
47.1
51.0
50.5
45.2
40.3
------
Note:
1) Sound levels are taken in accordance with ARI Sound Standard 350
2) Sound Pressure data is measured at 1m from the unit.
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8000
36.5
36.8
35.7
32.9
28.7
27.3
36.5
--32.9
28.7
27.3
39.8
39.8
--
Sound Data "Hydronic Cassette" Fan Coils (A Weighted)
Model
42WKN004
42WKN008
42WKN010
42WKN016
42WKN020
Sound
Pressure (dBa)
42.0
31.9
20.8
42.6
33.0
21.6
47.6
41.6
34.4
45.6
36.6
24.8
51.7
45.4
39.8
Sound
Power (dBa)
50.3
40.2
29.1
50.9
41.3
29.9
55.9
49.9
42.7
53.9
44.9
33.1
60.0
53.7
48.1
Fan
Speed
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
125
52.0
44.0
35.0
52.0
46.0
36.0
52.0
50.0
45.0
56.0
49.0
38.0
57.0
53.0
49.0
250
52.0
43.0
32.0
53.0
44.0
33.0
59.0
52.0
45.0
56.0
47.0
36.0
63.0
55.0
50.0
Sound Power Data Octave Band (dBa)
500
1000
2000
50.0
44.0
37.0
40.0
32.0
26.0
26.0
23.0
20.0
50.0
45.0
39.0
41.0
33.0
29.0
27.0
23.0
21.0
54.0
49.0
46.0
49.0
43.0
40.0
42.0
35.0
33.0
53.0
47.0
44.0
44.0
38.0
34.0
31.0
26.0
24.0
58.0
52.0
51.0
52.0
48.0
45.0
48.0
40.0
38.0
4000
28.0
20.0
-30.0
20.0
-42.0
33.0
22.0
35.0
22.0
-48.0
35.0
25.0
Note:
1) Sound levels are taken in accordance with ARI Sound Standard 350
2) Sound Pressure data is measured at 1m from the unit.
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8000
20.0
--21.0
--33.0
22.0
-27.0
20.0
-39.0
24.0
--
Sound Data "Satellite" Fan Coils (A Weighted)
Model
Sound
Pressure (dBa)
Sound
Power (dBa)
Fan
Speed
125
Sound Power Data Octave Band (dBa)
250
500
1000
2000
4000
40HD-024
40HD-036
40HD-048
NOT AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME
8000
Sound Data "Condensers" (A Weighted)
Model
38AN009
38AN012
38BK009
38BK012
38BK018
38BK024
38HDC018
38HDC024
38HDC030
38HDC036
38HDC048
38HDC060
38HDL018
38HDL024
38HDL030
38HDL036-301
38HDL036-311
38HDL048
38HDL060
38HDS024
38HDS048
38QRC018
38QRC024
38QRC030
38QRC036
38QRC036 *
38QRC048
38QRC060
38CG-018---301
38CG-024---301
38CG-030---301
38CS-018---301
38CS-024---301
38CS-030---301
38SB-030---301
38SB-030---301
Sound
Power #1(dBa)
Sound
Power #2(dBa)
Sound
Pessure (dBa)
Fan
Speed
125
250
62.3
63.1
63.4
62.8
67.2
63.3
66.1
65.5
63.0
64.5
70.1
69.4
59.5
63.2
59.5
64.7
64.6
65.4
65.8
65.5
70.1
67.2
66.3
65.9
66.2
71.5
73.0
73.6
79.0
74.0
78.0
79.0
74.0
78.0
80.0
80.0
64.0
65.0
65.0
65.0
68.0
68.0
70.0
68.0
68.0
68.0
72.0
72.0
n/a
68.0
64.0
71.0
70.0
72.0
71.0
68.0
72.0
68.0
68.0
68.0
68.0
74.0
76.0
72.0
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
54.0
54.8
55.1
54.5
58.9
55.0
57.8
57.2
54.7
56.2
61.8
61.1
51.2
54.9
51.2
56.4
62.2
57.1
57.5
57.2
61.8
58.9
58.0
57.6
57.9
63.2
64.7
65.3
49.0
49.0
49.0
49.0
49.0
49.0
51.0
51.0
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
48.9
49.3
50.3
50.8
51.0
54.5
55.1
48.6
67.5
47.3
58.5
54.9
48.9
48.9
46.4
62.9
61.8
61.9
60.9
48.6
58.5
51.0
54.5
55.0
57.0
67.0
60.5
62.5
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
54.9
59.1
56.4
56.2
57.0
59.0
55.5
55.8
58.0
55.3
63.2
59.8
51.4
48.9
49.9
62.9
60.3
57.4
55.9
55.8
63.2
57.0
59.0
56.5
61.0
66.0
68.5
67.5
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Sound Power Data Octave Band (dBa)
500
1000
2000
4000
58.3
59.0
57.8
60.7
62.0
61.5
58.4
59.6
59.0
59.2
64.3
63.6
53.3
63.8
53.8
63.8
64.5
59.8
60.3
59.6
64.3
62.0
61.5
61.0
61.0
67.0
68.0
71.0
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
59.1
60.0
60.8
58.7
62.5
62.0
61.6
61.8
60.5
61.3
65.3
64.5
56.5
58.0
57.5
59.5
62.9
61.5
61.5
61.8
65.3
62.5
62.0
63.0
62.5
67.0
68.5
68.0
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
54.9
55.2
55.8
54.9
62.0
60.5
61.2
59.3
51.5
57.9
64.2
63.9
52.7
52.2
50.7
56.2
61.7
59.2
59.2
59.3
64.2
62.0
60.5
58.5
59.0
64.5
67.0
67.0
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
49.1
49.2
49.9
50.1
56.5
54.5
56.0
55.1
48.0
52.3
61.3
60.1
47.0
46.0
44.5
47.5
54.4
54.5
57.0
55.1
61.3
56.5
54.5
53.5
55.5
62.5
62.5
63.5
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
8000
39.9
44.0
42.9
43.2
47.5
49.5
45.5
44.2
40.5
44.9
50.7
50.3
36.4
41.9
36.9
40.4
43.7
44.4
47.9
44.2
50.7
47.5
49.5
43.0
51.0
52.0
54.0
54.5
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
* 3 Phase Unit
Note:
1) Sound #2 levels are tone corrected values taken in accordance with ARI Sound Standard 270
2) Sound Pressure data is measured at 1m from the unit.
Legend
ARI - Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Institute
dBa - Decibels on the A scale
n/a - Not Available
Rev "A"
01/09/02
System Cross Match
Cooling Only High Wall
Heat Pump High Wall
Nominal
Capacity
Indoor
Unit
Carrier
Indoor
Unit
Bryant
Outdoor
Unit
Carrier
Outdoor
Unit
Bryant
Nominal
Capacity
Indoor
Unit
Carrier
Indoor
Unit
Bryant
Outdoor
Unit
Carrier
Outdoor
Unit
Bryant
9,000
12,000
12,000
18,000
24,000
40QNB009-1
40QNB012-1
40QNB012-3
40QNB018-3
40QNB024-3
619EAX0090E0
619EAX0120E0
619ENX0120E0
619ENX0180E0
619ENX0240E0
38AN-009-1
38AN-012-1
38AN-012-3
38HDC018-3
38HDC024-3
38HDL024-3
538CAX009000
538CAX012000
538CNX012000
538ANX018000
538ANX024000
538JNX024000
9,000
12,000
18,000
24,000
40QNE009-1
40QNH012-3
40QNH018-3
40QNH024-3
619EAX0090W0
619ENX0120H0
619ENX0180H0
619ENX0240H0
38BK-009-1
38BK-012-3
38BK-018-3
38BK-024-3
538DAX009000
538DNX012000
538DNX018000
538DNX024000
Cooling Only Under Ceiling
Heat Pump Under Ceiling
Nominal
Capacity
Indoor
Unit
Carrier
Indoor
Unit
Bryant
Outdoor
Unit
Carrier
Outdoor
Unit
Bryant
Nominal
Capacity
Indoor
Unit
Carrier
Indoor
Unit
Bryant
Outdoor
Unit
Carrier
Outdoor
Unit
Bryant
18,000
40QAB024-331
619CNX0240E0AC
619CNX0240E0AC
40QAE036-321
619CNX0360W0AC
30,000
40QAB036-321
619CNX0360E0AC
36,000
40QAB036-321
619CNX0360E0AC
18,000
24,000
30,000
36,000
36,000
48,000
60,000
619CNX0240W0AC
40QAB024-331
40QAE048-321
40QAE060-321
619CNX0480W0AC
619CNX0600W0AA
38QR-018C-3
38QR-024C-3
38QR-030C-3
38QR-036C-3
38QR-036C-5,6
38QR-048C-3,5,6
38QR-060C-3,5,6
538BNX018000
538BNX024000
538BNX030000
538BNX036000
538BPX,BEX,036000
538BNX,BPX,BEX,048000
538BNX,BPX,BEX,060000
48,000
40QAB048-321
619CNX0480E0AC
60,000
40QAB060-321
619CNX0600E0AA
538ANX018000
538JNX018000
538ANX024000
538JNX024000
538ANX030000
538JNX030000
538ANX,APX,AEX,036000
538JNX036000
538ANX,APX,AEX,048000
538JNX048000
538ANX,APX,AEX,060000
538JNX060000
40QAE024-331
24,000
38HDC018-3
38HDL018-3
38HDC024-3
38HDL024-3
38HDC030-3
38HDL030-3
38HDC036-3,5,6
38HDL036-3
38HDC048-3,5,6
38HDL048-3
38HDC060-3,5,6
38HDL060-3
Cooling Only Cassette
Heat Pump Cassette
Nominal
Capacity
Indoor
Unit
Carrier
Indoor
Unit
Bryant
Outdoor
Unit
Carrier
Outdoor
Unit
Bryant
Nominal
Capacity
Indoor
Unit
Carrier
Indoor
Unit
Bryant
Outdoor
Unit
Carrier
Outdoor
Unit
Bryant
18,000
40QKB024-3
619FNX0240E0
18,000
2,400
30,000
36,000
619FNX0240W0
619FNX0360W0
619FNX0360E0
538ANX018000
538JNX018000
538ANX024000
538JNX024000
538ANX030000
538JNX030000
538ANX,APX,AEX,036000
538JNX036000
40QKE024-3
40QKE036-3
40QKB036-3
38HDC018-3
38HDL018-3
38HDC024-3
38HDL024-3
38HDC030-3
38HDL030-3
38HDC036-3,5,6
38HDL036-3
40QKE048-3
619FNX0480W0
38QR-018C-3
38QR-024C-3
38QR-030C-3
38QR-036C-3
38QR-036C-5,6
538BNX018000
538BNX024000
538BNX030000
538BNX036000
538BPX,BEX036000
24,000
30,000
36,000
Cooling Only Console
Heat Pump Console
Nominal
Capacity
Indoor
Unit
Carrier
Indoor
Unit
Bryant
Outdoor
Unit
Carrier
Outdoor
Unit
Bryant
Nominal
Capacity
Indoor
Unit
Carrier
Indoor
Unit
Bryant
Outdoor
Unit
Carrier
Outdoor
Unit
Bryant
1.5
2.0
2.5
40CG-018---301RM
40CG-024---301RM
40CG-030---301RM
40CG-018---301RM
40CG-024---301RM
40CG-030---301RM
38CG-018---301
38CG-024---301
38CG-030---301
38CG-018---301
38CG-024---301
38CG-030---301
1.5
2.0
2.5
40CS-018---301RM
40CS-024---301RM
40CS-030---301RM
40CS-018---301RM
40CS-024---301RM
40CS-030---301RM
38CS-018---301
38CS-024---301
38CS-030---301
38CS-018---301
38CS-024---301
38CS-030---301
Cooling Only Console - Multi-Split
Heat Pump Console - Multi-Split
Nominal
Capacity
Indoor
Unit
Carrier
Indoor
Unit
Bryant
Outdoor
Unit
Carrier
Outdoor
Unit
Bryant
Nominal
Capacity
Indoor
Unit
Carrier
Indoor
Unit
Bryant
Outdoor
Unit
Carrier
Outdoor
Unit
Bryant
2.5
40CG-030---301RM
40CG-030---301RM
38SC-030---301
38SC-030---301
2.5
40CS-030---301RM
40CS-030---301RM
38SB-030-301
38SB-030-301
Rev "A"
01/10/02
Cooling Only System Specifications
High Wall
Nominal
Capacity
Tons
0.75
1.0
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
1.5
40QNB009-1
40QNB012-1
40QNB012-3
40QNB018-3
2.0
40QNB024-3
38AN-009-1
38AN-012-1
38AN-012-3
38HDC018-3
38HDL018-3
38HDL018-3
38HDC024-3
38HDL024-3
ARI
Capacity
Btuh
8,500
11,000
11,600
17,300
16,200
17,600
22,600
22,600
ARI
CFM
SEER
EER
215
300
302
480
480
550
550
550
10.5
10.5
11.0
11.3
11.0
11.7
12.0
11.3
9.7
9.3
10.1
10.4
9.7
10.4
10.8
11.3
ARI
Capacity
Btuh
18,000
18,000
22,800
23,000
30,000
29,000
34,000
34,000
47,000
45,500
58,000
58,500
ARI
CFM
SEER
EER
500
500
600
600
840
840
840
840
1,200
1,200
1,600
1,600
12.0
11.6
12.0
11.0
12.0
10.3
12.0
10.1
12.0
10.8
12.0
10.8
11.0
10.5
11.0
11.2
11.0
9.7
10.5
9.6
10.8
9.9
11.2
9.5
ARI
CFM
SEER
EER
525
525
915
915
915
915
915
915
11.0
11.4
11.0
11.8
10.8
11.1
10.8
10.5
10.4
ARI
CFM
SEER
EER
650
800
800
10
10
10
9.0
9.1
9.0
Indoor
Power
50.4
54.0
54.0
57.6
57.6
62.5
Sound Rating (dBa)
Indoor Outdoor Outdoor
Pressure Power Pressure
42.1
62.3
54.0
45.7
63.1
54.8
45.7
63.1
54.8
49.3
66.1
57.8
49.3
59.5
51.2
59.5
51.2
54.2
65.5
57.2
63.2
54.9
Under Ceiling
Nominal
Capacity
Tons
1.5
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
40QAB024-331
2.0
40QAB024-331
2.5
40QAB036-321
3.0
40QAB036-321
4.0
40QAB048-321
5.0
40QAB060-311
38HDC018-3
38HDL018-3
38HDC024-3
38HDL024-3
38HDC030-3
38HDL030-3
38HDC036-3,5,6
38HDL036-3
38HDC048-3,5,6
38HDL048-3
38HDC060-3,5,6
38HDL060-3
Indoor
Power
57.2
58.4
68.4
68.4
67.3
70.1
Sound Rating (dBa)
Indoor Outdoor Outdoor
Pressure Power Pressure
48.9
66.1
57.8
59.5
51.2
50.1
65.5
57.2
63.2
54.9
60.1
63.0
54.7
59.5
51.2
60.1
64.5
56.2
64.7
56.4
59
70.1
61.8
65.4
57.1
61.8
69.4
61.1
65.8
57.5
Cassette
Nominal
Capacity
Tons
1.5
Indoor
Unit
40QKB024-3
40QKB036-3
2.0
2.5
3.0
Outdoor
Unit
ARI
Capacity
Btuh
38HDC018-3
18,300
38HDL018-3
17,800
38HDC024-3
24,000
38HDL024-3
24,000
38HDC030-3
30,000
38HDL030-3
29,000
38HDC036-3,5,6 33,000
38HDL036-3
34,400
Indoor
Power
56.3
10.9
9.6
54.8
10.5
Sound Rating (dBa)
Indoor Outdoor Outdoor
Pressure Power Pressure
48.0
66.1
57.8
59.5
51.2
65.5
57.2
63.2
54.9
46.5
63.0
54.7
59.5
51.2
64.5
56.2
64.7
56.4
Console
Nominal
Capacity
Tons
1.5
2.0
2.5
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
40CG-018---3
40CG-024---3
40CG-030---3
38CG-018---3
38CG-024---3
38CG-030---3
ARI
Capacity
Btuh
18,000
23,400
30,000
Indoor
Unit
Two Sections
40CG-030---3
Outdoor
Unit
One Section
38SC-030---3
ARI
Capacity
Btuh
30,000
ARI
CFM
SEER
EER
800
10
9.0
ARI
Capacity
Btuh
24,000
24,000
34,400
35,000
47,000
46,400
ARI
CFM
SEER
EER
800
800
1226
1226
1610
1610
11.0
11.0
11.0
10.0
11.0
10.5
10.2
9.8
10.5
10.0
10.4
10.0
Indoor
Power
55.0
56.0
55.0
Sound Rating (dBa)
Indoor Outdoor Outdoor
Pressure Power Pressure
38.0
79.0
49.0
40.0
74.0
49.0
40.0
78.0
49.0
Indoor
Power
55
Sound Rating (dBa)
Indoor Outdoor Outdoor
Pressure Power Pressure
40
80
51
Indoor
Power
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Sound Rating (dBa)
Indoor Outdoor Outdoor
Pressure Power Pressure
N/A
65.5
57.2
N/A
63.2
54.9
N/A
64.5
56.2
N/A
64.7
56.4
N/A
70.1
61.8
N/A
65.4
57.1
Console Multi Split
Nominal
Capacity
Tons
2.5
Satellite
Nominal
Capacity
Tons
2
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
40HD024-3
3
40HD036-3
4
40HD048-3
38HDC024-3
38HDL024-3
38HDC036-3,5,6
38HDL036-3
38HDC048-3,5,6
38HDL048-3
N/A = Not Available
CFM - Cubic Feet Per Minute
SEER - Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating
Rev "A"
02/15/02
Heat Pump System Specifications
High Wall
Nominal
Capacity
Tons
0.8
1.0
1.5
2.0
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
40QNE009-1
40QNH012-3
40QNH018-3
40QNH024-3
38BK-009-1
38BK-012-3
38BK-018-3
38BK-024-3
ARI Capacities
C/O
H/P
Btuh
Btuh
8,700
9,000
11,100
11,700
17,300
16,400
23,000
21,000
ARI
CFM
SEER
EER
HSPF
252
300
485
520
10.0
10.0
11.0
11.0
9.2
9.5
10.1
10.4
6.8
6.8
6.8
6.8
ARI
CFM
SEER
EER
HSPF
500
525
870
870
870
1,100
1,600
11.0
11.0
11.0
11.5
11.0
10.2
11.0
10.0
10.0
10.2
10.2
9.8
9.6
9.9
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.2
6.8
7.3
7.4
ARI
CFM
SEER
EER
HSPF
525
980
980
1,100
1,100
10.0
10.7
11.5
10.5
10.0
9.0
10.2
11.1
9.5
9.2
6.8
7.6
7.6
6.8
6.8
ARI
CFM
SEER
EER
HSPF
650
800
800
10
10
10
9.0
9.1
9.0
6.8
6.9
6.8
Indoor
Power
50.6
54.0
58.6
61.7
Sound Rating (dBa)
Indoor Outdoor Outdoor
Pressure Power Pressure
42.3
63.4
55.1
45.7
62.8
54.5
50.3
67.2
58.9
53.4
63.3
55.0
Under Ceiling
Nominal
Indoor
Capacity
Unit
Tons
2.0
40QAE024-331
3.0
4.0
5.0
Outdoor
Unit
38QR-018C-3
38QR-024C-3
40QAE036-321
38QR-030C-3
38QR-036C-3
38QR-036C-5,6
40QAE048-321 38QR-048C-3,5,6
40QAE060-311 38QR-060C-3,5,6
ARI Capacities
C/O
H/P
Btuh
Btuh
19,000
17,000
24,000
22,600
30,000
28,000
34,600
33,000
36,000
34,400
48,000
45,500
58,000
57,500
Indoor
Power
57.2
68.4
67.3
70.1
Sound Rating (dBa)
Indoor Outdoor Outdoor
Pressure Power Pressure
48.9
67.2
58.9
66.3
58.0
65.9
57.6
60.1
66.2
57.9
71.5
63.2
59.0
73.0
64.7
61.8
73.6
65.3
Cassette
Nominal
Capacity
Tons
1.5
2.0
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
40QKE024-3
40QKE036-3
3.0
40QKE048-3
38QR-018C-3
38QR-024C-3
38QR-030C-3
38QR-036C-3
38QR-036C-5,6
ARI Capacities
C/O
H/P
Btuh
Btuh
18,000
17,600
25,000
23,800
29,000
27,000
33,000
33,000
34,400
34,000
Indoor
Power
56.3
54.8
59.1
Sound Rating (dBa)
Indoor Outdoor Outdoor
Pressure Power Pressure
48.0
67.2
58.9
46.5
66.3
58.0
65.9
57.6
50.8
66.2
57.9
71.5
63.2
Console
Nominal
Capacity
Tons
1.5
2
2.5
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
40CS-018---3
40CS-024---3
40CS-030---3
38CS-018---3
38CS-024---3
38CS-030---3
ARI Capacities
C/O
H/P
Btuh
Btuh
18,000
18,000
23,400
24,000
30,000
31,000
Indoor
Unit
Two Sections
40CS-030---3
Outdoor
Unit
One Section
38SB-030---3
ARI Capacities
C/O
H/P
Btuh
Btuh
30,000
31,000
ARI
CFM
SEER
EER
HSPF
800
10
9.0
6.8
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
ARI Capacities
C/O
H/P
Btuh
Btuh
ARI
CFM
SEER
EER
HSPF
40HD024-3
40HD036-3
40HD048-3
38QR-024C-3
38QR-036C-3,5,6
38QR-048C-3,5,6
Indoor
Power
55.0
56.0
55.0
Sound Rating (dBa)
Indoor Outdoor Outdoor
Pressure Power Pressure
38.0
79.0
49.0
40.0
74.0
49.0
40.0
78.0
49.0
Indoor
Power
55.0
Sound Rating (dBa)
Indoor Outdoor Outdoor
Pressure Power Pressure
40.0
80.0
49.0
Indoor
Power
Sound Rating (dBa)
Indoor Outdoor Outdoor
Pressure Power Pressure
Console Multi Split
Nominal
Capacity
Tons
2.5
Satellite
Nominal
Capacity
Tons
2
3
4
CFM - Cubic Feet Per Minute
HSPF - Hating Seasonal Performance Factor
SEER - Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating
C/O - Cooling Only
H/P - Heat Pump
NOT AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME
Rev "A"
02/15/02
Unit Specifications
Model
40QNB009-1
40QNB012-1
40QNB012-3
40QNB018-3
40QNB024-3
40QNE009-1
40QNH012-3
40QNH018-3
40QNH024-3
40QAB024-331
40QAB036-321
40QAB048-321
40QAB060-321
40QAE024-331
40QAE036-321
40QAE048-321
40QAE060-321
40QKB024-3
40QKB036-3
40QKE024-3
40QKE036-3
40QKE048-3
40CG-018-301RM
40CG-024-301RM
40CG-030-301RM
40CS-018-301RM
40CS-024-301RM
40CS-030-301RM
40HD-024-3
40HD-036-3
40HD-060-3
38AN-009-1
38AN-012-1
38AN-012-3
38BK009
38BK012
38BK018
38BK024
38HDC018
38HDC024
38HDC030
38HDC036-3
38HDC036-5
38HDC036-6
38HDC048-3
38HDC048-5
38HDC048-6
38HDC060-3
38HDC060-5
38HDC060-6
38HDL018
38HDL024
38HDL030
38HDL036
38HDL048
38HDL060
38HDS024
38QR018C
38QR024C
38QR030C
38QR036C-3
38QR036C-5
38QR036C-6
38QR048C-3
38QR048C-5
38QR048C-6
38QR060C-3
38QR060C-5
38QR060C-6
38CG-018-301
38CG-024-301
38CG-030-301
38CS-018-301
38CS-024-301
38CS-030-301
38SC-030-301
38SB-030-301
Voltage
MCA
MOCP
115-1-60
Note #2 Note #2
115-1-60
Note #2 Note #2
208/230-1-60 Note #2 Note #2
208/230-1-60
0.66
15
208/230-1-60
0.66
15
115-1-60
Note #2 Note #2
208/230-1-60 Note #2 Note #2
208/230-1-60
10.90
15
208/230-1-60
10.90
15
208/230-1-60
0.63
15
208/230-1-60
1.60
15
208/230-1-60
2.00
15
208/230-1-60
3.30
15
208/230-1-60
9.29
15
208/230-1-60
17.70
20
208/230-1-60
23.80
25
208/230-1-60
28.70
30
208/230-1-60
0.55
15
208/230-1-60
1.10
15
208/230-1-60
.6/7.5
15/15
208/230-1-60 10.0/15.0 15/15
208/230-1-60 10.0/15.0 15/15
208/230-1-60 Note #2 Note #2
208/230-1-60 Note #2 Note #2
208/230-1-60 Note #2 Note #2
208/230-1-60 Note #2 Note #2
208/230-1-60 Note #2 Note #2
208/230-1-60 Note #2 Note #2
208/230-1-60
1.31
15
208/230-1-60
2.65
15
208/230-1-60
2.65
15
115-1-60
12.10
30
115-1-60
17.00
30
208/230-1-60
8.50
30
115-1-60
11.20
30
208/230-1-60
12.00
30
208/230-1-60
13.00
20
208/230-1-60
15.30
25
208/230-1-60
10.70
15
208/230-1-60
16.80
25
208/230-1-60
19.50
30
208/230-1-60
23.20
40
208/230-3-60
15.00
25
460-3-60
7.50
15
208/230-1-60
34.50
60
208/230-3-60
20.20
35
460-3-60
11.10
15
208/230-1-60
36.60
60
208/230-3-60
21.50
35
460-3-60
10.80
15
208/230-1-60
14.10
25
208/230-1-60
17.20
30
208/230-1-60
20.30
35
208/230-1-60
21.20
30
208/230-1-60
31.80
50
208/230-1-60
37.20
65
208/230-1-60
16.80
25
208/230-1-60
13.00
20
208/230-1-60
15.30
25
208/230-1-60
17.60
30
208/230-1-60
23.10
40
208/230-3-60
15.50
25
460-3-60
7.30
15
208/230-1-60
30.50
50
208/230-3-60
20.60
35
460-3-60
9.90
15
208/230-1-60
42.00
60
208/230-3-60
27.00
45
460-3-60
15.00
25
208/230-1-60
0.80
15
208/230-1-60
0.80
15
208/230-1-60
0.80
15
208/230-1-60
11.50
25
208/230-1-60
17.00
35
208/230-1-60
17.00
40
208/230-1-60 0.8 x 2
15 x 2
208/230-1-60 17.0 x 2
40 x 2
Vert
Lift
Note #1
-------------------------------30'
30'
30'
30'
30'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
30'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
65'
49'
66'
33'
49'
66'
33'
33'
33'
Vert
Drop
Note #1
-------------------------------30'
30'
30'
30'
30'
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
75'
75'
75'
75'
75'
75'
30'
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
150'
49'
66'
33'
49'
66'
33'
33'
33'
Max
Tube
Lgth
-------------------------------50'
50'
50'
50'
50'
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
100'
100'
100'
100'
100'
100'
50'
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
200'
98'
131'
98'
98'
131'
98'
98'
98'
Tube Connections
Dimensions
Liquid
Vapor
Width
Height
--------------------------------------------------------------1/4" od
1/2" od
1/4" od
1/2" od
1/4" od
1/2" od
1/4" od
1/2" od
1/4" od
1/2" od
3/8" od
5/8" od
3/8" od
5/8" od
3/8" od
5/8" od
3/8" od
5/8" od
3/8" od
3/4" od
3/8" od
7/8" od *
3/8" od
7/8" od *
3/8" od
7/8" od *
3/8" od
7/8" od
3/8" od
7/8" od
3/8" od
7/8" od
3/8" od 1 1/8" od **
3/8" od 1 1/8" od **
3/8" od 1 1/8" od **
3/8" od
5/8" od
3/8" od
5/8" od
3/8" od
3/4" od
3/8" od
3/4" od
3/8" od
3/4" od
3/8" od
3/4" od
3/8" od (2) 5/8" od (2)
3/8" od
5/8" od
3/8" od
5/8" od
3/8" od
3/4" od
3/8" od
7/8" od *
3/8" od
3/4" od
3/8" od
3/4" od
3/8" od
7/8" od
3/8" od
7/8" od
3/8" od
7/8" od
3/8" od 1 1/8" od **
3/8" od 1 1/8" od **
3/8" od 1 1/8" od **
1/4" od
1/2" od
3/8" od
5/8" od
3/8" od
5/8" od
1/4" od
1/2" od
3/8" od
5/8" od
3/8" od
5/8" od
3/8" od
5/8" od
3/8" od
5/8" od
33.5
33.6
33.6
45.3
45.3
33.5
33.6
45.3
45.3
50.9
58.8
71.6
92.0
50.9
58.8
71.6
92.0
28.0
49.6
28.0
49.6
49.6
39.4
47.3
47.3
39.4
47.3
47.3
33.4
59
59
26.1
26.1
26.1
26.1
26.1
36.9
36.9
36.9
36.9
36.9
36.9
44.6
44.6
44.6
44.6
44.6
44.6
44.6
44.6
36.9
36.9
36.9
36.9
44.6
44.6
36.9
36.9
36.9
36.9
36.9
44.6
44.6
44.6
44.6
44.6
44.6
44.6
44.6
35.4
35.4
43.3
35.4
35.4
43.3
43.3
43.3
11.0
11.8
11.8
14.2
14.2
11.0
11.8
14.2
14.2
9.9
9.9
9.9
9.9
9.9
9.9
9.9
9.9
11.8
11.8
11.8
11.8
11.8
24
24
24
24
24
24
14.2
14.2
14.2
23.3
23.3
23.3
23.3
23.3
25.1
25.1
25.1
25.1
25.1
25.1
37.2
37.2
37.2
37.2
37.2
37.2
37.2
37.2
25.1
25.1
25.1
25.1
37.2
37.2
25.1
25.1
25.1
25.1
25.1
37.2
37.2
37.2
37.2
37.2
37.2
37.2
37.2
25.2
25.2
25.2
25.2
25.2
25.2
48.8
48.8
Depth
Weight
6.3
7.3
7.3
8.7
8.7
6.3
7.3
8.7
8.7
23.1
23.1
23.1
23.1
23.1
23.1
23.1
23.1
28.0
28.0
28.0
28.0
28.0
8.9
8.9
8.9
8.9
8.9
8.9
27.5
27.5
27.5
8.9
8.9
8.9
8.9
8.9
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
17.1
17.1
17.1
17.1
17.1
17.1
17.1
17.1
14.5
14.5
14.5
14.5
17.0
17.0
14.5
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
17.1
17.1
17.1
17.1
17.1
17.1
17.1
17.1
9.88
9.88
12.6
9.88
9.88
12.6
12.6
12.6
18.7
24.2
24.2
38.5
42.9
18.7
24.2
38.5
42.9
108.0
117.0
149.0
179.0
110.0
119.0
151.0
181.0
61.6
105.8
66.1
105.8
118.0
66.0
77.0
77.0
66.0
77.0
77.0
88.2
130.0
132.3
55.0
62.0
62.0
60.7
66.5
154.0
167.0
150.0
154.0
169.0
179.0
179.0
179.0
270.0
270.0
270.0
290.0
290.0
290.0
130.0
136.0
161.0
185.0
222.0
249.0
159.0
154.0
167.0
180.0
184.0
249.0
249.0
252.0
252.0
252.0
272.0
272.0
272.0
143.0
143.0
165.0
143.0
143.0
165.0
330.0
330.0
Notes:
1)Vert Lift is Fan Coil above Condenser. Vert Drop is Fan Coil below Condenser
2) MCA and MOCP are for both indoor and outdoor units (system) and are listed in the outdoor unit.
3) Two MCA & MOCP ratings are shown for units with separate unit and heater circuits. The first value applies to unit circuit
the second applies to the heater circuit.
Legend
* Valve connection size is 3/4". Recommended line size is 7/8".
** Valve connection size is 7/8". Recommended line size is 1 1/8".
MCA = Minimum Circuit Amps
MOCP = Maximum Overcurrent Protection Amps
Rev "A"
01/09/02
Condenser Only Ratings
SST
Air Temperature Entering Condenser (F)
(F)
30
35
40
45
50
55
30
35
40
45
50
55
30
35
40
45
50
55
55
65
75
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
19.7
77.6
1.1
22.1
78.8
1.1
24.7
80.3
1.1
27.5
82.1
1.1
30.4
84.3
1.1
33.5
86.7
1.1
18.0
86.9
1.2
20.3
87.8
1.2
22.8
89.1
1.3
25.4
90.8
1.3
28.2
92.8
1.3
31.1
95.1
1.3
16.4
96.4
1.3
18.6
97.1
1.3
21.0
98.2
1.4
23.4
99.6
1.4
26.0
101.5
1.4
28.8
103.6
1.4
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
22.5
78.2
1.3
25.0
79.0
1.3
27.6
80.0
1.3
30.4
81.4
1.3
33.3
83.1
1.3
36.4
85.1
1.3
21.4
87.6
1.4
23.8
88.2
1.4
26.4
89.1
1.4
29.0
90.3
1.4
31.9
91.9
1.4
34.8
93.9
1.4
20.3
97.1
1.6
22.6
97.6
1.6
25.1
98.3
1.6
27.7
99.5
1.6
30.4
101.0
1.6
33.3
102.8
1.6
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
28.0
78.2
1.6
30.8
79.4
1.6
33.8
80.9
1.6
37.0
82.6
1.7
40.2
84.6
1.7
43.7
86.8
1.7
26.7
87.7
1.7
29.5
88.8
1.8
32.4
90.3
1.8
35.5
92.0
1.8
38.7
93.9
1.9
42.1
96.1
1.9
25.4
97.3
1.9
28.1
98.3
2.0
31.0
99.7
2.0
34.0
101.3
2.0
37.1
103.2
9.0
40.4
105.4
2.1
Legend
TCG - Gross Cooling Capacity 1000 BTUH/HR
SDT - Saturated Temperature Leaving Compressor Deg F
KW - Total Power
SST - Saturated Temperature Entering Compressor Deg F
Data Based On Computer Model
85
38HDC018
14.8
106.0
1.4
16.9
106.5
1.4
19.1
107.3
1.5
21.5
108.6
1.5
24.0
110.2
1.5
26.6
112.2
1.6
38HDC024
19.3
106.7
1.8
21.5
107.2
1.7
23.8
108.1
1.7
26.3
109.4
1.8
28.9
110.9
1.8
31.6
112.7
1.8
38HDC030
24.1
106.9
21.3
26.7
107.8
2.2
29.5
109.1
2.2
32.4
110.7
2.2
35.4
112.5
2.3
38.6
114.7
2.3
95
105
115
125
13.3
115.8
1.4
15.2
116.1
1.5
17.4
116.7
1.6
19.6
117.7
1.6
22.0
119.1
1.7
24.4
120.9
1.7
11.8
125.6
1.5
13.7
125.8
1.6
15.6
126.2
1.6
17.8
127.0
1.7
20.0
128.1
1.8
22.3
129.7
1.8
10.4
135.5
1.5
12.1
135.6
1.6
14.0
135.9
1.7
16.0
136.4
1.8
18.1
137.3
1.8
20.3
138.6
1.9
9.0
146.2
1.5
10.5
146.9
1.6
12.0
148.0
1.7
13.7
149.3
1.8
15.5
150.8
1.9
17.4
152.6
2.0
17.8
120.2
2.0
19.8
121.7
2.1
21.9
123.3
2.1
24.1
125.1
2.1
26.5
126.9
2.1
29.0
128.8
2.2
16.5
133.9
2.4
18.3
135.6
2.4
20.3
137.4
2.4
22.3
139.2
2.5
24.5
141.1
2.5
26.8
143.1
2.5
15.2
147.0
2.8
17.0
148.8
2.8
18.8
150.7
2.9
20.7
152.6
2.9
22.7
154.6
3.0
24.9
156.6
3.0
14.1
159.7
3.2
15.7
161.6
3.3
17.4
163.6
3.3
19.2
165.6
3.4
21.1
167.6
3.5
23.1
169.6
3.5
22.9
116.6
2.4
25.4
117.4
2.4
28.0
118.6
2.4
30.8
120.1
2.5
33.7
121.9
2.5
36.8
123.9
2.5
21.6
126.4
2.6
24.0
127.1
2.6
26.6
128.1
2.7
29.2
129.6
2.7
32.0
131.3
2.8
35.0
133.2
2.8
20.5
136.2
2.9
22.8
136.8
2.9
25.1
137.7
3.0
27.7
139.1
3.0
30.3
140.7
3.0
33.1
142.6
3.1
18.9
151.1
3.5
20.9
152.6
3.5
23.0
154.1
3.6
25.1
155.7
3.6
27.5
157.5
3.7
30.0
159.3
3.7
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11/30/01
Condenser Only Ratings
SST
Air Temperature Entering Condenser (F)
(F)
30
35
40
45
50
55
30
35
40
45
50
55
30
35
40
45
50
55
55
65
75
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
33.6
80.9
1.8
36.9
82.7
1.8
40.4
84.8
1.9
44.0
87.1
1.9
47.8
89.6
1.9
51.9
92.2
2.0
32.1
90.2
2.0
35.2
92.0
2.0
38.6
94.0
2.1
42.1
96.2
2.1
45.8
98.7
2.2
49.7
101.2
2.2
30.5
99.6
2.3
33.6
101.3
2.3
36.8
103.2
2.3
40.1
105.4
2.4
43.7
107.8
2.4
47.4
110.3
2.5
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
50.6
78.9
2.4
55.8
80.0
2.4
61.3
81.3
2.4
67.1
83.0
2.5
73.2
85.0
2.5
79.8
87.1
2.5
48.2
88.1
2.8
53.2
89.1
2.8
58.6
90.3
2.8
65.2
91.9
2.8
70.1
93.8
2.8
76.3
95.8
2.9
46.8
97.5
3.2
50.6
98.3
3.2
55.8
99.5
3.2
61.2
101.0
3.2
66.9
102.7
3.2
72.9
104.7
3.3
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
TCG
SDT
KW
59.3
81.5
3.4
65.3
82.8
3.4
71.7
84.4
3.5
78.5
86.2
3.5
85.8
88.3
3.6
93.5
90.6
3.7
56.8
90.3
3.7
62.6
91.4
3.7
68.8
92.8
3.8
75.4
94.4
3.8
82.4
96.4
3.9
89.8
98.6
4.0
54.2
99.3
4.0
59.8
100.2
4.1
65.9
101.4
4.1
72.2
103.0
4.2
78.9
104.9
4.2
86.0
107.0
4.3
Legend
85
38HDC036
28.7
110.2
2.6
31.6
111.9
2.6
34.7
113.8
2.6
37.9
115.9
2.7
41.3
118.1
2.7
44.9
120.5
2.8
38HDC048
43.2
107.3
3.6
47.9
108.2
3.6
52.7
109.5
3.6
57.9
111.0
3.6
63.3
112.7
3.7
69.0
114.6
3.7
38HDC060
51.5
108.5
4.4
57.0
109.3
4.5
62.8
110.4
4.5
68.9
111.8
4.6
75.3
113.5
4.6
82.1
115.5
4.7
95
105
115
125
25.7
127.2
3.1
28.3
129.1
3.2
31.1
131.2
3.2
34.0
133.3
3.3
37.1
135.6
3.4
40.4
137.8
3.4
23.1
141.4
3.6
25.5
143.5
3.7
28.0
145.6
3.8
30.7
147.9
3.9
33.6
150.2
4.0
36.5
152.5
4.0
20.6
154.4
4.1
22.9
156.6
4.2
25.2
158.9
4.3
27.6
161.2
4.4
30.2
163.5
4.5
33.0
165.9
4.6
18.3
166.5
4.6
20.3
168.9
4.7
22.4
171.2
4.8
24.7
173.6
5.0
27.1
176.0
5.1
29.6
178.4
5.3
39.3
121.9
4.3
43.4
123.5
4.4
47.8
125.2
4.5
52.4
127.0
4.5
57.4
128.9
4.6
62.6
130.8
4.6
35.6
135.6
5.1
39.4
137.4
5.2
43.4
139.2
5.3
47.7
141.1
5.3
52.2
143.0
5.4
57.0
145.0
5.5
32.0
148.4
5.8
35.5
150.3
6.0
39.2
152.2
6.1
43.2
154.1
6.2
47.3
156.1
6.3
51.7
158.2
6.4
28.6
160.5
6.6
31.8
162.5
6.7
38.2
164.5
6.9
38.8
166.5
7.1
42.6
168.5
7.2
46.7
170.6
7.4
48.7
117.8
4.9
54.0
118.4
4.9
59.6
119.4
4.9
65.5
120.7
5.0
71.7
122.4
5.1
78.2
124.3
5.2
45.8
127.2
5.3
50.9
127.8
5.4
56.4
128.6
5.4
62.0
129.8
5.5
68.0
131.3
5.6
74.2
133.1
5.7
42.8
136.8
5.8
47.8
137.3
5.9
53.0
137.9
5.9
58.5
139.0
6.0
64.2
140.4
6.1
70.2
142.1
6.2
38.8
149.1
6.5
43.1
150.6
6.7
47.6
152.2
6.8
52.4
153.9
6.9
57.5
156.7
7.1
62.9
157.5
7.2
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TCG - Gross Cooling Capacity 1000 BTUH/HR
SDT - Saturated Temperature Leaving Compressor Deg F
KW - Total Power
SST - Saturated Temperature Entering Compressor Deg F
Data Based On Computer Model
11/30/01
Performance Data
38HDL CONDENSER-ONLY RATINGS
SST
(F)
30
35
40
45
50
55
30
35
40
45
50
55
30
35
40
45
50
55
55
65
TCG
SDT
kW
TCG
SDT
kW
TCG
SDT
kW
TCG
SDT
kW
TCG
SDT
kW
TCG
SDT
kW
17.8
78.8
1.07
19.6
79.8
1.08
21.5
81.1
1.08
23.5
82.7
1.09
25.7
84.4
1.10
27.9
86.2
1.10
16.9
88.3
1.18
18.7
89.4
1.19
20.6
90.7
1.19
22.6
92.1
1.20
24.7
93.8
1.21
26.9
95.6
1.22
TCG
SDT
kW
TCG
SDT
kW
TCG
SDT
kW
TCG
SDT
kW
TCG
SDT
kW
TCG
SDT
kW
23.8
80.4
1.37
26.2
82.1
1.37
28.7
84.0
1.38
31.3
86.2
1.39
34.1
88.5
1.41
37.0
91.1
1.42
22.7
89.7
1.53
25.0
91.3
1.53
27.4
93.1
1.54
29.9
95.2
1.56
32.6
97.4
1.57
35.4
99.9
1.59
TCG
SDT
kW
TCG
SDT
kW
TCG
SDT
kW
TCG
SDT
kW
TCG
SDT
kW
TCG
SDT
kW
28.2
78.7
1.53
31.0
80.3
1.57
33.9
82.2
1.62
37.2
84.2
1.67
41.0
87.1
1.74
44.2
88.8
1.79
27.1
87.9
1.69
29.8
89.4
1.73
32.7
91.2
1.78
35.7
93.2
1.84
38.9
95.5
1.90
42.4
97.9
1.96
AIR TEMPERATURE ENTERING CONDENSER (F)
75
85
95
105
38HDL018
16.0
15.1
14.3
13.4
98.0
107.7
117.5
127.4
1.30
1.44
1.59
1.75
17.8
16.8
15.9
15.0
99.0
108.7
118.4
128.2
1.32
1.46
1.61
1.78
19.6
18.6
17.6
16.6
100.2
109.9
119.5
129.3
1.32
1.46
1.61
1.78
21.6
20.5
19.5
18.4
101.6
111.2
120.8
130.5
1.32
1.47
1.63
1.80
23.6
22.5
21.4
20.3
103.2
112.8
122.3
131.9
1.33
1.48
1.64
1.82
25.8
24.6
23.4
22.2
105.0
114.5
124.0
133.6
1.35
1.49
1.66
1.84
38HDL024
21.5
20.3
19.0
17.7
99.1
108.5
118.0
127.5
1.71
1.91
2.12
2.34
23.7
22.4
21.1
20.1
100.6
110.0
119.4
126.4
1.72
1.92
2.14
2.31
26.0
24.7
23.3
21.8
102.4
111.7
121.0
130.4
1.73
1.94
2.16
2.39
28.5
27.0
25.5
24.0
104.3
113.6
122.8
132.1
1.74
1.96
2.18
2.42
31.1
29.5
27.9
26.3
106.5
115.6
124.8
134.0
1.76
1.98
2.21
2.45
33.8
32.2
30.5
28.7
108.7
117.8
126.9
136.0
1.78
2.00
2.23
2.49
38HDL030
25.8
24.5
23.1
21.7
97.5
107.1
116.8
126.5
1.89
2.10
2.34
2.59
28.4
27.0
25.6
24.1
98.8
108.3
117.8
127.4
1.93
2.14
2.38
2.63
31.2
29.7
28.2
26.6
100.5
109.9
119.3
128.7
1.97
2.19
2.43
2.68
34.1
32.5
30.9
29.2
102.5
111.8
121.1
130.4
2.03
2.25
2.49
2.74
37.3
35.5
33.8
32.0
104.7
113.9
123.1
132.3
2.09
2.31
2.55
2.81
40.5
38.7
36.8
34.8
107.0
116.1
126.3
134.4
2.15
2.38
2.63
2.89
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115
125
12.6
137.3
1.94
14.1
138.1
1.97
15.7
139.0
1.97
17.4
140.2
1.99
19.1
141.6
2.01
21.0
143.1
2.03
12.0
145.5
2.12
13.3
147.9
2.19
14.8
148.9
2.19
16.3
150.0
2.21
18.0
151.3
2.23
19.8
152.8
2.26
16.3
137.0
2.56
18.2
138.2
2.60
20.3
139.7
2.64
22.4
141.4
2.67
24.6
143.2
2.71
26.9
145.2
2.75
14.8
146.6
2.79
16.7
147.6
2.84
18.7
149.0
2.89
20.7
150.6
2.94
22.9
152.4
2.99
25.1
154.3
3.04
20.3
136.3
2.86
22.6
137.0
2.90
25.0
138.1
2.95
27.5
139.7
3.02
30.1
141.5
3.09
32.9
143.5
3.17
18.8
146.1
3.14
21.1
146.2
3.17
23.3
147.6
3.25
25.8
149.0
3.32
28.3
150.7
3.39
30.9
152.6
3.48
38HDL CONDENSER-ONLY RATINGS (cont)
SST
(F)
30
35
40
45
50
55
30
35
40
45
50
55
30
35
40
45
50
55
TCG —
SDT —
kW —
SST —
55
65
TCG
SDT
kW
TCG
SDT
kW
TCG
SDT
kW
TCG
SDT
kW
TCG
SDT
kW
TCG
SDT
kW
37.4
88.0
2.31
41.5
91.2
2.42
45.7
92.8
2.48
50.1
96.6
2.60
54.7
100.8
2.73
59.6
105.2
2.87
34.8
95.5
2.45
38.7
98.5
2.56
42.8
101.8
2.68
47.3
105.4
2.81
53.2
100.6
2.86
58.2
110.2
3.00
TCG
SDT
kW
TCG
SDT
kW
TCG
SDT
kW
TCG
SDT
kW
TCG
SDT
kW
TCG
SDT
kW
46.5
78.5
2.54
51.1
79.9
2.60
55.9
81.5
2.67
61.1
83.4
2.75
66.5
85.5
2.83
72.2
87.7
2.93
44.4
88.4
2.83
49.0
89.2
2.87
53.6
90.7
2.94
58.6
92.5
3.02
63.8
94.5
3.11
69.3
96.7
3.21
55.6
53.3
TCG
80.3
89.5
SDT
3.22
3.52
kW
61.0
58.5
TCG
82.1
91.2
SDT
3.32
3.62
kW
66.7
64.0
TCG
84.1
93.1
SDT
3.44
3.74
kW
72.8
69.9
TCG
86.4
95.2
SDT
3.57
3.87
kW
79.2
76.0
TCG
88.8
97.5
SDT
3.71
4.02
kW
86.0
82.6
TCG
91.4
100.0
SDT
3.87
4.18
kW
LEGEND
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Saturated Temperature Leaving Compressor (F)
Total Power (kW)
Saturated Temperature Entering Compressor (F)
AIR TEMPERATURE ENTERING CONDENSER (F)
75
85
95
105
38HDL036
32.2
29.7
27.0
24.6
103.4
111.4
119.6
127.9
2.59
2.72
2.81
2.89
35.9
33.1
30.4
27.7
106.2
114.0
122.0
130.2
2.71
2.84
2.96
3.06
39.8
36.8
33.9
31.0
109.3
116.9
124.7
132.7
2.84
2.99
3.12
3.23
44.0
40.8
37.7
34.6
112.6
120.6
127.6
135.4
2.98
3.14
3.28
3.41
48.4
45.0
41.6
38.4
116.1
123.2
130.7
138.3
3.12
3.29
3.45
3.59
53.1
49.5
45.8
42.3
119.8
126.8
134.0
141.4
3.27
3.45
3.62
3.78
38HDL048
42.5
40.3
38.1
35.7
97.5
107.1
116.8
126.5
3.13
3.49
3.87
4.28
46.7
44.5
42.1
39.6
98.6
108.2
117.7
127.3
3.19
3.54
3.93
4.35
51.3
48.8
46.3
43.7
100.1
109.6
199.0
128.6
3.25
3.62
4.01
4.43
56.1
53.4
50.8
48.0
101.8
111.1
120.6
130.0
3.33
3.69
4.09
4.52
61.1
58.3
55.4
52.5
103.7
112.9
122.3
131.6
3.42
3.78
4.18
4.62
66.4
63.4
60.4
57.2
105.7
114.9
124.2
133.5
3.52
3.88
4.29
4.73
38HDL060
51.0
48.5
46.0
43.4
98.9
108.3
117.8
127.4
3.88
4.29
4.72
5.19
56.0
53.4
50.7
47.9
100.4
109.7
119.1
128.6
3.98
4.39
4.83
5.30
61.3
58.5
55.6
53.5
102.2
111.4
120.8
127.4
4.10
4.50
4.95
5.29
66.9
63.9
60.8
57.6
104.2
113.3
122.5
131.9
4.22
4.64
5.08
5.57
72.8
69.6
66.3
62.9
106.4
115.4
124.5
133.7
4.36
4.78
5.23
5.72
79.1
75.6
72.1
68.4
108.7
117.6
126.7
135.7
4.52
4.94
5.39
5.89
115
125
22.0
137.0
2.97
25.1
138.6
3.15
28.2
140.8
3.33
31.6
143.3
3.52
35.1
146.1
3.72
38.9
149.0
3.92
19.4
146.4
3.01
22.4
147.3
3.21
25.5
149.1
3.42
28.7
151.4
3.63
32.0
154.0
3.84
35.5
156.7
4.06
33.5
135.7
4.69
37.1
137.0
4.79
41.0
138.1
4.87
45.2
139.5
4.97
49.5
141.0
5.08
54.0
142.8
5.19
30.9
145.6
5.16
34.5
146.6
5.26
38.3
147.7
5.36
42.2
149.0
5.47
46.4
150.5
5.59
50.7
152.1
5.71
40.7
137.0
5.71
45.0
138.1
5.82
49.6
139.6
5.96
54.4
141.2
6.10
59.5
142.8
6.24
64.7
144.9
6.42
38.1
146.0
6.22
42.6
146.3
6.30
45.2
152.5
6.75
49.6
154.3
6.92
54.3
156.2
7.11
59.1
158.2
7.30
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Duct Free Systems - Performance Data & Expanded Ratings
Cooling Only High Wall
Heat Pump High Wall
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
40QNB009
40QNB012-1
40QNB012-3
40QNB018
38AN-009-1
38AN-012-1
38AN-012-3
38HDC018
38HDL018
38HDL018
38HDC024
38HDL024
40QNB024
Net
Cooling
Capacity
8,500
11,000
11,600
17,300
16,200
17,600
22,600
22,600
System
Index
Table #
1
n/a
2
3
n/a
15
4
16
Outdoor
Unit
40QAB024 *
38HDC018-3
38HDL018-3
38HDC024-3
38HDL024-3
38HDC030-3
38HDL030-3
38HDC036-3
38HDL036-3
38HDC048-3
38HDL048-3
38HDC060-3
38HDL060-3
40QAB024
40QAB036
40QAB036
40QAB048
40QAB060
Net
Cooling
Capacity
18,000
18,000
22,800
23,000
30,000
29,000
34,000
34,000
47,000
45,500
58,000
58,500
System
Index
Table #
5
17
6
18
7
19
8
20
9
21
10
22
Outdoor
Unit
40QKB024
38HDC018-3
38HDL018-3
38HDC024-3
38HDL024-3
38HDC030-3
38HDL030-3
38HDC036-3
38HDL036-3
Outdoor
Unit
40CG-018---301RM
40CG-018---301RM
40CG-018---301RM
38CG-018---301
38CG-024---301
38CG-030---301
40HD048
Net
Cooling
Capacity
18,300
17,800
24,000
24,000
30,000
29,000
33,000
34,400
System
Index
Table #
11
23
12
24
13
25
14
26
Outdoor
Unit
38HDC024-3
38HDL024-3
38HDC036-3,5,6
38HDL036
38HDC048-3,5,6
38HDL048
Net
Cooling
Capacity
18,000
23,400
30,000
Net
Cooling
Capacity
24,000
24,000
24,400
35,000
47,000
46,400
System
Index
Table #
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
42WKN004T
42WKN008T
42WKN010T
42WKN010F
42WKN016T
42WKN020T
42WKN020F
Net
Cooling
Capacity
8,700
11,100
17,300
23,000
Net
Heating
Capacity
9,000
11,700
16,400
21,000
System
Index
Table #
27C & H
Net
Cooling
Capacity
19,000
24,000
30,000
34,600
36,000
48,000
58,000
Net
Heating
Capacity
17,000
22,600
28,000
33,000
34,400
45,500
57,500
System
Index
Table #
31C & H
32C & H
33C & H
34C & H
35C & H
36C & H
37C & H
40QAE024
38QR-018C-3
38QR-024C-3
38QR-030C-3
38QR-036C-3
38QR-036C-5
38QR-048C-3
38QR-060C-3
Net
Cooling
Capacity
18,000
25,000
29,000
33,000
34,400
Net
Heating
Capacity
17,600
23,800
27,000
33,000
34,000
System
Index
Table #
38C & H
39C & H
40C & H
41C & H
42C & H
Net
Cooling
Capacity
18,000
23,400
30,000
Net
Heating
Capacity
18,000
24,000
31,000
System
Index
Table #
Net
Cooling
Capacity
23,000
24,000
23,000
23,000
System
Index
Table #
43
44
45
46
23,000
47
23,000
48
Net
Cooling
Capacity
30,000
Net
Heating
Capacity
n/a
System
Index
Table #
n/a
Net
Cooling
Capacity
30,000
Net
Heating
Capacity
31,000
System
Index
Table #
n/a
Heat Pump Cassette
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
40QKE024
40QKE036
38QR-018C-3
38QR-024C-3
38QR-030C-3
38QR-036C-3
38QR-036C-5
Heat Pump Console
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
40CS-018---301RM 38CS-018---301
40CS-024---301RM 38CS-024---301
40CS-030---301RM 38CS-030---301
Multi Split 2 Ton 38HDS024
System
Index
Table #
n/a
n/a
n/a
Hydronic Cassette
Model
Outdoor
Unit
Indoor Section
Model
Circuit
Indoor
Unit
40HD-036
Indoor
Unit
40QAE048
40QAE060
Cooling Only Console
40HD-024
38BK-009-1
38BK-012-3
38BK-018-3
38BK-024-3
40QKE048
Indoor
Unit
Satellite
Indoor
Unit
40QNE009
40QNH012
40QNH018
40QNH024
40QAE036
Cooling Only Cassette
40QKB036
Outdoor
Unit
Heat Pump Under Ceiling
Cooling Only Under Ceiling
Indoor
Unit
Indoor
Unit
40QKB024
40QAB024 *
40QNB018
40QKB024
40QAB024 *
40QKB024
40QNB018
40QAB024 *
40QNB018
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
Qty
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
Console Multi Split Cooling Only
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
40CG-030---301RM 38SC-030---301
Console Multi Split Heat Pump
Number
of
Pipes
2
2
2
4
2
2
4
Net
Cooling
Capacity
6,900
13,200
13,700
13,280
27,000
31,600
28,800
System
Index
Table #
55 & 62
56 & 62
57 & 62
58 & 62
59 & 62
60 & 62
61 & 62
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
40CS-030---301RM 38SB-030---301
Click here for Multi Split 4 Ton 38HDS048
Legend:
* The 40QAB024 must be field configured to an 018 unit by changing the motor speed fan tap plug.
Refer to Installation Instructions for more details.
Note:
1) Rating conditions are at high speed, 80 deg f db, 67deg f wb air entering fan coil and 95 deg f db air entering condenser
2) When two tables are listed add together the capacity data shown in each table for the total system capacity.
This procedure is also appropriate for determining total system power and total compressor power.
3) If a system consists of 2 fan coil units on each circuit (38HDS048) and one fan coil unit is turned off, the resulting system capacity will change.
For example, for a system with 2 Cassettes and 2 Under Ceiling fan coils and all fan coils turned on and available for cooling system capacities are
determined using cooling capacity tables 43 and 44 . If one of the Cassettes is turned off (not available for operation) the new system capacity would
be derived using tables 44 and 50.
4) Tables 49, 50, & 51 show system performance with one fan coil running on a circuit designed for two fan coils. Using any of these units
by themselves as the only fan ciol on a circuit is not recommended.
5) Performance data is provided for reference only.
Rev "A"
11/30/01
Performance Data & Expanded Ratings - Systems Index Table
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Multi Split 4 Ton 38HDS048
Model
Indoor Section
Circuit
40QNB018
40QNB018
40QNB024
40QNB018
40QNB024
40QNB024
40QAB024 *
40QAB024 *
40QAB024
40QAB024 *
40QAB024
40QAB024
40QKB024
40QKB024
40QKB024
40QKB036
40QKB036
40QKB036
40QNB018
40QNB018
40QAB024 *
40QNB018
40QNB018
40QKB024
40QNB018
40QAB024 *
40QNB018
40QKB024
40QNB018
40QAB024 *
40QKB024
40QAB024 *
40QAB024 *
40QNB018
40QAB024 *
40QAB024 *
40QKB024
40QAB024 *
40QKB024
40QAB024 *
40QKB024
40QNB018
40QKB024
40QKB024
40QNB018
40QKB024
40QKB024
40QAB024 *
40QKB024
40QAB024 *
40QNB018
40QNB018
40QKB036
40QAB024 *
40QKB036
40QAB024 *
40QNB024
40QAB024 *
40QKB024
40QNB024
40QKB024
40QAB024
40QNB024
40QKB036
40QNB024
40QAB024
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
B
A
B
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
B
A
B
B
A
B
B
A
B
A
B
B
A
B
B
A
B
B
A
B
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
Qty
2
2
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
Net
Cooling
Capacity
46,000
45,800
45,600
48,000
46,800
45,600
46,000
47,000
48,000
46,000
System
Index
Table #
45
45
45
52
52
52
44
44
44
53
53
53
43
43
43
54
54
54
45
48
46,000
45
47
47,000
44
45
43
45
45
46
46,000
46,000
47,000
44
48
47,000
44
46
47,000
43
44
44
47
47,000
46,000
43
47
46,000
43
46
46,000
43
48
47,000
45
54
44
54
44
52
46
52
48,000
46,800
45,800
45,800
46,800
45,600
43
53
52
54
52
53
COOLING CAPACITIES
SYSTEM 1* — HIGH WALL SYSTEM (38AN009 WITH 40QNB009)
Temp (F)
Air Entering
Condenser
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
184/0.08
57
7.41
7.10
7.33
0.597
0.493
43.5
39.6
7.48
7.29
7.40
0.649
0.547
42.5
39.4
7.54
7.48
7.47
0.715
0.613
41.5
39.3
7.44
7.44
7.37
0.790
0.688
41.7
39.5
6.92
6.92
6.84
0.860
0.757
44.4
41.0
6.44
6.44
6.37
0.934
0.831
46.9
42.2
5.96
5.96
5.89
1.02
0.913
49.4
43.5
5.43
5.43
5.36
1.11
1.00
52.2
44.9
62
7.46
5.75
7.38
0.597
0.494
50.5
46.4
7.80
6.14
7.73
0.661
0.559
48.5
45.6
7.94
6.37
7.87
0.728
0.625
47.3
45.2
7.90
6.45
7.83
0.801
0.698
46.9
45.3
7.51
6.29
7.44
0.878
0.776
47.7
46.3
6.95
6.02
6.87
0.947
0.844
49.1
47.6
6.26
5.71
6.19
1.02
0.920
50.7
49.3
5.67
5.43
5.59
1.11
1.00
52.2
50.6
67
7.72
4.78
7.65
0.608
0.505
55.5
52.7
8.17
5.10
8.10
0.677
0.574
53.9
51.7
8.46
5.34
8.38
0.749
0.647
52.7
51.0
8.40
5.36
8.33
0.816
0.713
52.5
51.2
8.33
5.38
8.26
0.899
0.796
52.4
51.3
7.89
5.21
7.82
0.986
0.883
53.3
52.3
7.28
4.94
7.21
1.06
0.958
54.7
53.6
6.45
4.60
6.37
1.15
1.04
56.5
55.3
72
7.87
3.88
7.80
0.613
0.511
60.2
59.1
8.46
4.13
8.38
0.690
0.587
58.9
58.0
8.58
4.18
8.50
0.753
0.651
58.7
57.8
8.87
4.31
8.79
0.837
0.735
58.0
57.2
8.85
4.32
8.78
0.917
0.815
57.9
57.2
8.77
4.30
8.69
1.01
0.909
58.1
57.4
8.42
4.16
8.34
1.10
1.00
58.7
58.1
7.60
3.86
7.53
1.19
1.09
60.3
59.6
Air Entering Evaporator — Cfm/BF
200/0.09
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
7.41
7.44
7.61
7.76
7.18
5.79
4.74
3.85
7.33
7.36
7.53
7.68
0.598
0.598
0.605
0.611
0.493
0.493
0.500
0.507
46.1
52.7
57.7
62.0
41.3
47.9
54.2
60.5
7.60
7.79
8.18
8.34
7.52
6.20
5.15
4.10
7.53
7.71
8.10
8.26
0.656
0.662
0.679
0.686
0.552
0.558
0.574
0.581
44.4
50.8
55.8
60.8
40.8
47.1
53.1
59.5
7.73
8.05
8.48
8.56
7.73
6.57
5.41
4.20
7.65
7.97
8.40
8.48
0.724
0.734
0.752
0.754
0.619
0.629
0.647
0.650
43.5
49.0
54.5
60.3
40.5
46.5
52.5
59.1
7.67
8.05
8.50
8.91
7.67
6.70
5.50
4.37
7.59
7.97
8.42
8.83
0.803
0.810
0.822
0.841
0.699
0.704
0.717
0.737
43.7
48.4
54.1
59.5
40.6
46.6
52.4
58.5
7.16
7.82
8.47
8.95
7.16
6.64
5.57
4.41
7.08
7.74
8.39
8.87
0.873
0.884
0.907
0.924
0.768
0.780
0.802
0.819
46.2
48.7
53.8
59.3
41.9
47.1
52.5
58.4
6.63
7.13
8.22
8.85
6.63
6.32
5.48
4.39
6.55
7.05
8.14
8.77
0.948
0.956
0.992
1.01
0.843
0.852
0.887
0.909
48.7
50.2
54.2
59.4
43.2
48.6
53.0
58.6
6.15
6.39
7.42
8.61
6.15
5.98
5.15
4.31
6.07
6.31
7.34
8.53
1.03
1.03
1.07
1.11
0.924
0.927
0.966
1.01
51.0
51.8
55.8
59.8
44.3
50.1
54.6
59.0
5.68
5.79
6.55
7.72
5.68
5.69
4.79
3.98
5.60
5.71
6.47
7.64
1.12
1.12
1.16
1.20
1.01
1.01
1.05
1.10
53.3
53.2
57.5
61.4
45.4
51.4
56.2
60.6
215/0.10
57
7.45
7.30
7.37
0.601
0.494
47.9
42.4
7.67
7.65
7.59
0.660
0.554
46.4
41.9
7.90
7.90
7.81
0.733
0.626
45.3
41.4
7.80
7.80
7.72
0.801
0.695
45.7
41.6
7.47
7.47
7.38
0.880
0.774
47.2
42.4
6.89
6.89
6.81
0.957
0.851
49.7
43.7
6.41
6.41
6.33
1.04
0.930
51.9
44.7
5.89
5.89
5.81
1.13
1.02
54.2
45.8
62
7.71
6.09
7.63
0.611
0.505
53.3
48.5
8.06
6.53
7.97
0.677
0.570
51.3
47.8
8.12
6.73
8.04
0.738
0.631
50.5
47.7
8.16
6.93
8.07
0.817
0.710
49.6
47.6
7.95
6.90
7.86
0.894
0.787
49.7
48.0
7.25
6.57
7.16
0.964
0.858
51.2
49.4
6.50
6.22
6.41
1.04
0.934
52.7
50.9
5.92
5.91
5.83
1.13
1.02
54.1
52.0
67
7.52
4.70
7.43
0.603
0.496
59.5
55.4
8.09
5.12
8.00
0.677
0.570
57.6
54.4
8.49
5.47
8.40
0.754
0.648
56.1
53.6
8.56
5.61
8.48
0.826
0.720
55.4
53.5
8.59
5.73
8.50
0.915
0.809
54.9
53.5
8.33
5.66
8.25
1.00
0.895
55.2
53.9
7.53
5.33
7.44
1.08
0.973
56.7
55.4
6.65
4.97
6.56
1.16
1.06
58.3
56.9
72
7.66
3.82
7.57
0.609
0.503
63.4
61.6
8.24
4.07
8.16
0.683
0.576
62.3
60.7
8.82
4.34
8.73
0.770
0.663
61.1
59.7
9.17
4.53
9.08
0.859
0.752
60.3
59.2
9.14
4.55
9.05
0.939
0.832
60.2
59.2
8.95
4.49
8.86
1.02
0.914
60.4
59.5
8.72
4.42
8.64
1.12
1.02
60.7
59.9
7.81
4.09
7.73
1.21
1.11
62.2
61.3
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 2* — HIGH WALL SYSTEM (38AN012 WITH 40QNB012)
Temp (F)
Air Entering
Condenser
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
245/0.12
57
10.6
9.99
10.5
0.742
0.635
42.8
38.9
10.7
10.3
10.6
0.826
0.718
41.5
38.7
10.5
10.3
10.4
0.911
0.804
41.6
39.0
9.83
9.83
9.72
1.00
0.896
43.4
40.4
9.18
9.18
9.07
1.10
0.994
45.8
41.7
8.50
8.50
8.39
1.21
1.10
48.4
43.0
7.95
7.95
7.84
1.33
1.22
50.4
44.0
7.27
7.27
7.16
1.46
1.35
53.0
45.3
62
10.9
8.37
10.8
0.750
0.642
48.8
45.3
11.2
8.67
11.0
0.832
0.725
47.7
44.9
11.2
8.85
11.1
0.924
0.816
47.1
44.8
11.0
8.85
10.9
1.02
0.915
47.1
45.2
10.1
8.38
9.95
1.12
1.01
48.8
46.8
9.14
7.95
9.02
1.22
1.12
50.5
48.4
8.10
7.47
7.99
1.34
1.23
52.3
50.2
7.40
7.14
7.29
1.46
1.35
53.5
51.3
67
11.1
6.81
10.9
0.752
0.644
54.8
52.0
11.6
7.21
11.5
0.844
0.737
53.2
51.1
11.8
7.38
11.7
0.938
0.831
52.6
50.8
11.8
7.44
11.7
1.04
0.933
52.4
50.8
11.6
7.39
11.5
1.15
1.04
52.6
51.2
10.6
6.95
10.5
1.26
1.15
54.2
52.8
9.47
6.47
9.36
1.37
1.27
56.0
54.5
8.52
6.08
8.41
1.50
1.39
57.5
55.9
72
11.2
5.53
11.1
0.756
0.647
59.6
58.7
12.0
5.84
11.9
0.853
0.746
58.4
57.6
12.3
5.95
12.2
0.950
0.842
58.0
57.1
12.3
5.98
12.2
1.05
0.946
57.9
57.0
12.3
5.96
12.2
1.17
1.06
57.9
57.1
12.0
5.87
11.9
1.29
1.18
58.3
57.5
11.3
5.56
11.2
1.41
1.31
59.4
58.6
10.1
5.11
9.97
1.54
1.43
61.2
60.2
Air Entering Evaporator — Cfm/BF
280/0.14
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
10.6
11.0
11.2
11.3
10.2
8.55
6.94
5.58
10.5
10.9
11.0
11.1
0.747
0.756
0.759
0.761
0.635
0.643
0.647
0.649
46.6
52.2
57.5
62.0
41.4
47.6
54.0
60.5
10.9
11.4
11.6
11.9
10.8
9.01
7.30
5.84
10.8
11.2
11.5
11.8
0.833
0.842
0.848
0.855
0.721
0.729
0.736
0.743
44.9
50.7
56.3
61.1
40.9
47.0
53.4
59.7
10.9
11.4
12.0
12.3
10.9
9.27
7.65
6.01
10.8
11.3
11.9
12.2
0.923
0.933
0.948
0.954
0.811
0.821
0.836
0.842
44.5
49.8
55.2
60.6
41.0
46.9
52.8
59.3
10.5
11.3
12.0
12.4
10.5
9.36
7.73
6.10
10.4
11.1
11.9
12.3
1.02
1.03
1.05
1.06
0.909
0.922
0.937
0.947
45.8
49.6
54.9
60.3
41.7
47.2
52.9
59.1
9.73
10.5
11.8
12.5
9.73
9.03
7.75
6.17
9.61
10.4
11.7
12.4
1.12
1.13
1.16
1.18
1.01
1.02
1.05
1.07
48.3
50.6
54.9
60.1
42.9
48.3
53.1
59.0
9.03
9.53
11.0
12.3
9.03
8.57
7.42
6.09
8.90
9.40
10.9
12.1
1.23
1.24
1.28
1.30
1.12
1.13
1.16
1.19
50.6
52.1
55.9
60.3
44.1
49.8
54.2
59.3
8.40
8.47
9.84
11.8
8.40
8.08
6.93
5.90
8.27
8.34
9.72
11.6
1.35
1.35
1.39
1.43
1.23
1.24
1.28
1.32
52.7
53.8
57.5
60.9
45.1
51.3
55.8
59.9
7.68
7.69
8.87
10.5
7.68
7.67
6.54
5.42
7.55
7.56
8.75
10.3
1.48
1.47
1.51
1.56
1.36
1.36
1.40
1.44
55.1
55.1
58.8
62.5
46.3
52.4
57.0
61.4
302/0.15
57
10.7
10.4
10.6
0.752
0.637
48.5
42.6
11.1
11.1
11.0
0.842
0.727
46.5
41.9
11.1
11.1
11.0
0.931
0.816
46.4
42.0
10.9
10.9
10.8
1.03
0.913
47.0
42.3
10.2
10.2
10.0
1.13
1.02
49.4
43.5
9.43
9.43
9.30
1.24
1.12
51.6
44.6
8.65
8.65
8.51
1.36
1.24
54.0
45.7
7.92
7.92
7.78
1.49
1.37
56.2
46.8
62
11.0
8.61
10.9
0.758
0.642
54.1
48.8
11.5
9.21
11.3
0.847
0.732
52.2
48.2
11.6
9.55
11.5
0.941
0.826
51.2
48.0
11.4
9.65
11.3
1.04
0.924
50.9
48.2
10.8
9.42
10.6
1.14
1.03
51.6
49.1
9.76
8.95
9.62
1.25
1.13
53.1
50.5
8.69
8.44
8.55
1.36
1.24
54.6
51.9
7.89
7.89
7.75
1.49
1.37
56.3
52.9
67
11.2
6.98
11.0
0.761
0.646
59.1
55.1
11.6
7.35
11.5
0.851
0.736
57.9
54.5
12.1
7.78
12.0
0.954
0.839
56.6
53.9
12.1
7.92
12.0
1.05
0.940
56.2
53.9
11.9
7.94
11.6
1.17
1.05
56.1
54.2
11.3
7.70
11.1
1.28
1.17
56.9
55.0
10.1
7.21
9.92
1.40
1.28
58.4
56.4
9.08
6.82
8.94
1.52
1.40
59.6
57.6
72
11.1
5.54
11.0
0.760
0.645
63.5
61.6
11.8
5.81
11.6
0.853
0.738
62.6
60.9
12.2
6.03
12.1
0.955
0.840
62.0
60.4
12.5
6.16
12.3
1.06
0.948
61.6
60.1
12.7
6.28
12.5
1.19
1.07
61.2
59.9
12.4
6.22
12.3
1.31
1.19
61.4
60.2
12.0
6.09
11.9
1.44
1.33
61.8
60.6
10.7
5.60
10.5
1.57
1.45
63.3
62.1
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 3* — HIGH WALL SYSTEM (38HDC018 WITH 40QNB018)
Temp (F)
Air Entering
Condenser
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
360/0.12
57
16.1
15.2
16.0
1.01
0.860
41.4
38.1
15.8
15.2
15.7
1.11
0.958
41.3
38.6
15.1
14.9
15.0
1.20
1.05
42.2
39.4
14.4
14.4
14.3
1.28
1.13
43.5
40.4
13.7
13.7
13.6
1.37
1.22
45.2
41.4
13.0
13.0
12.9
1.45
1.30
47.0
42.3
12.4
12.4
12.2
1.53
1.38
48.7
43.1
11.6
11.6
11.4
1.61
1.46
50.7
44.1
62
16.9
13.0
16.8
1.02
0.868
47.1
44.2
17.0
13.2
16.8
1.12
0.971
46.5
44.1
16.5
13.1
16.4
1.22
1.07
46.8
44.7
15.9
12.9
15.7
1.32
1.17
47.4
45.5
15.0
12.4
14.9
1.41
1.26
48.5
46.5
14.1
12.0
14.0
1.49
1.34
49.6
47.6
13.2
11.6
13.1
1.56
1.41
50.8
48.7
12.2
11.1
12.1
1.64
1.48
52.0
49.8
67
17.4
10.7
17.3
1.02
0.873
52.9
50.7
17.7
10.9
17.5
1.13
0.979
52.3
50.5
17.6
11.0
17.5
1.24
1.09
52.1
50.5
17.3
10.9
17.2
1.35
1.20
52.3
50.9
16.6
10.7
16.4
1.45
1.30
53.1
51.7
15.7
10.3
15.6
1.55
1.40
54.0
52.6
14.7
9.86
14.6
1.63
1.48
55.1
53.6
13.7
9.44
13.6
1.71
1.56
56.2
54.7
72
17.6
8.63
17.5
1.03
0.874
58.2
57.5
18.2
8.87
18.1
1.14
0.989
57.6
56.9
18.6
9.01
18.5
1.26
1.11
57.3
56.6
18.6
8.98
18.4
1.38
1.23
57.4
56.6
17.9
8.71
17.8
1.48
1.33
58.0
57.2
17.3
8.47
17.2
1.60
1.45
58.7
57.8
16.4
8.12
16.3
1.70
1.55
59.6
58.7
15.3
7.70
15.2
1.79
1.64
60.6
59.7
Air Entering Evaporator — Cfm/BF
414/0.13
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
16.5
17.2
17.3
17.8
16.0
13.3
10.8
8.76
16.4
17.1
17.2
17.6
1.02
1.03
1.03
1.03
0.864
0.871
0.871
0.878
44.7
50.3
56.3
60.8
40.5
46.6
53.3
59.6
16.3
17.3
17.8
18.4
16.1
13.9
11.2
8.99
16.2
17.2
17.6
18.2
1.12
1.13
1.14
1.15
0.964
0.976
0.980
0.990
44.4
49.5
55.5
60.3
40.7
46.5
52.9
59.1
15.8
17.0
18.1
18.5
15.8
13.9
11.6
9.08
15.7
16.9
18.0
18.4
1.22
1.24
1.25
1.26
1.06
1.08
1.10
1.10
45.1
49.4
54.6
60.1
41.3
46.8
52.6
59.0
15.2
16.4
17.7
18.8
15.2
13.7
11.5
9.24
15.0
16.3
17.6
18.7
1.31
1.34
1.36
1.39
1.15
1.18
1.21
1.23
46.5
49.8
54.7
59.8
42.0
47.4
52.9
58.7
14.5
15.5
17.1
18.3
14.5
13.4
11.3
9.04
14.4
15.4
16.9
18.1
1.40
1.43
1.47
1.50
1.24
1.27
1.31
1.34
48.1
50.6
55.3
60.2
42.8
48.3
53.5
59.2
13.8
14.6
16.2
17.7
13.8
12.9
11.0
8.82
13.6
14.4
16.1
17.5
1.48
1.51
1.57
1.61
1.33
1.35
1.41
1.46
49.6
51.6
55.9
60.7
43.6
49.3
54.3
59.7
13.1
13.6
15.2
16.8
13.1
12.4
10.5
8.52
12.9
13.5
15.1
16.7
1.57
1.59
1.66
1.72
1.41
1.43
1.50
1.56
51.2
52.6
56.9
61.4
44.4
50.2
55.2
60.3
12.3
12.7
14.2
15.8
12.3
12.0
10.1
8.14
12.1
12.5
14.0
15.6
1.65
1.66
1.73
1.81
1.49
1.50
1.58
1.66
53.0
53.7
57.8
62.2
45.3
51.1
56.1
61.2
480/0.15
57
17.0
16.8
16.8
1.03
0.871
48.0
42.6
16.8
16.8
16.6
1.13
0.968
48.0
42.8
16.6
16.6
16.4
1.24
1.07
48.5
43.0
16.0
16.0
15.9
1.34
1.18
49.5
43.6
15.3
15.3
15.1
1.43
1.27
50.9
44.3
14.6
14.6
14.4
1.52
1.35
52.4
45.0
13.8
13.8
13.6
1.60
1.44
53.8
45.7
13.0
13.0
12.8
1.68
1.52
55.3
46.4
62
17.4
13.9
17.2
1.04
0.873
53.7
48.9
17.7
14.6
17.6
1.15
0.982
52.3
48.6
17.5
14.7
17.3
1.25
1.09
52.0
48.8
16.9
14.7
16.7
1.35
1.19
52.2
49.3
16.1
14.4
15.9
1.45
1.29
52.7
50.0
15.1
13.9
14.9
1.54
1.37
53.6
50.8
14.1
13.4
13.9
1.62
1.45
54.6
51.6
13.1
12.9
12.9
1.69
1.53
55.6
52.4
67
17.8
11.3
17.7
1.04
0.879
58.7
55.0
18.5
11.8
18.3
1.16
0.993
57.6
54.6
18.4
12.0
18.2
1.27
1.10
57.2
54.6
18.1
12.0
17.9
1.38
1.21
57.2
54.9
17.5
11.9
17.3
1.49
1.32
57.4
55.3
16.7
11.7
16.5
1.59
1.43
57.9
55.9
15.7
11.3
15.5
1.68
1.52
58.6
56.7
14.6
10.9
14.4
1.76
1.60
59.5
57.5
72
18.0
8.91
17.8
1.04
0.881
63.2
61.4
18.6
9.18
18.4
1.16
0.993
62.7
61.0
18.9
9.37
18.7
1.28
1.11
62.3
60.8
18.8
9.39
18.7
1.39
1.23
62.3
60.8
18.5
9.34
18.4
1.51
1.35
62.4
61.0
17.9
9.15
17.7
1.62
1.46
62.8
61.4
17.1
8.93
17.0
1.73
1.57
63.2
61.9
16.2
8.61
16.0
1.84
1.67
63.8
62.6
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 4* — HIGH WALL SYSTEM (38HDC024 WITH 40QNB024)
Temp (F)
Air Entering
Condenser
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
456/0.04
57
20.9
20.3
20.7
1.34
1.16
39.0
37.5
20.4
20.1
20.2
1.48
1.30
39.4
38.0
19.8
19.7
19.6
1.64
1.46
40.2
38.7
19.2
19.2
19.0
1.82
1.65
41.3
39.3
18.6
18.6
18.4
2.03
1.85
42.5
39.9
18.1
18.1
17.9
2.26
2.08
43.6
40.5
17.5
17.5
17.3
2.53
2.35
44.8
41.2
16.9
16.9
16.7
2.83
2.65
46.0
41.8
62
22.2
17.6
22.0
1.34
1.16
44.5
43.3
22.1
17.7
21.9
1.49
1.31
44.3
43.4
21.5
17.5
21.3
1.66
1.48
44.8
44.0
20.8
17.1
20.6
1.84
1.66
45.5
44.7
20.0
16.8
19.8
2.05
1.87
46.3
45.5
19.3
16.4
19.1
2.28
2.10
47.0
46.2
18.5
16.0
18.3
2.55
2.37
47.7
46.9
17.8
15.7
17.6
2.85
2.67
48.5
47.6
67
23.1
14.5
22.9
1.35
1.17
50.9
49.7
23.4
14.8
23.2
1.50
1.32
50.3
49.4
23.2
14.8
23.0
1.66
1.48
50.3
49.6
22.7
14.6
22.5
1.85
1.67
50.7
50.1
22.0
14.3
21.8
2.07
1.89
51.3
50.7
21.2
14.0
21.0
2.31
2.13
51.9
51.3
20.4
13.6
20.2
2.59
2.41
52.7
52.0
19.6
13.3
19.4
2.90
2.72
53.4
52.8
72
23.6
11.5
23.4
1.35
1.17
57.1
56.4
24.1
11.7
23.9
1.50
1.32
56.6
56.0
24.7
12.0
24.5
1.68
1.50
56.1
55.6
24.3
11.8
24.1
1.87
1.69
56.4
55.9
23.9
11.7
23.7
2.09
1.91
56.7
56.2
23.1
11.4
22.9
2.33
2.15
57.3
56.8
22.4
11.1
22.2
2.61
2.43
57.8
57.4
21.6
10.8
21.4
2.93
2.75
58.5
58.0
Air Entering Evaporator — Cfm/BF
502/0.04
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
21.4
22.6
23.5
23.9
21.2
18.3
15.0
11.7
21.1
22.4
23.3
23.6
1.34
1.35
1.36
1.36
1.16
1.17
1.17
1.17
41.3
46.5
52.7
58.8
39.1
45.0
51.2
57.9
21.0
22.5
23.7
24.5
21.0
18.5
15.2
12.0
20.8
22.3
23.5
24.2
1.49
1.50
1.50
1.51
1.30
1.31
1.32
1.32
41.5
46.1
52.3
58.3
39.4
45.0
51.1
57.5
20.5
22.0
23.5
24.6
20.5
18.4
15.2
12.1
20.3
21.8
23.2
24.4
1.66
1.67
1.67
1.68
1.47
1.48
1.48
1.49
42.4
46.4
52.3
58.1
39.9
45.5
51.3
57.4
19.9
21.3
23.1
24.4
19.9
18.1
15.1
12.0
19.7
21.1
22.9
24.2
1.84
1.85
1.86
1.87
1.65
1.67
1.68
1.69
43.5
47.0
52.4
58.2
40.5
46.1
51.6
57.5
19.4
20.5
22.4
24.2
19.4
17.7
14.9
12.0
19.1
20.3
22.2
24.0
2.05
2.06
2.08
2.10
1.86
1.88
1.89
1.91
44.6
47.7
52.8
58.2
41.1
46.8
52.1
57.7
18.8
19.7
21.7
23.5
18.8
17.3
14.6
11.7
18.5
19.5
21.5
23.3
2.28
2.30
2.33
2.34
2.10
2.11
2.14
2.16
45.7
48.4
53.3
58.7
41.6
47.5
52.6
58.2
18.1
19.0
20.9
22.7
18.1
16.9
14.3
11.4
17.9
18.7
20.6
22.5
2.55
2.56
2.60
2.62
2.36
2.38
2.42
2.44
46.8
49.1
54.0
59.2
42.2
48.1
53.3
58.7
17.5
18.2
20.0
21.9
17.5
16.5
13.9
11.2
17.3
17.9
19.8
21.7
2.85
2.87
2.91
2.94
2.67
2.68
2.73
2.76
48.0
49.8
54.7
59.8
42.8
48.8
53.9
59.3
550/0.05
57
21.8
21.8
21.5
1.35
1.16
43.7
40.6
21.6
21.6
21.4
1.50
1.31
43.9
40.7
21.2
21.2
21.0
1.67
1.47
44.6
41.0
20.6
20.6
20.4
1.85
1.66
45.6
41.5
20.0
20.0
19.8
2.06
1.87
46.6
42.1
19.4
19.4
19.1
2.30
2.11
47.7
42.6
18.7
18.7
18.5
2.57
2.38
48.8
43.2
18.1
18.1
17.9
2.87
2.68
49.8
43.7
62
22.4
18.6
22.2
1.35
1.16
49.1
46.8
22.9
19.3
22.6
1.51
1.31
47.9
46.5
22.4
19.2
22.2
1.67
1.48
48.0
46.8
21.7
19.0
21.5
1.87
1.67
48.4
47.4
20.9
18.6
20.7
2.07
1.88
49.1
48.0
20.1
18.2
19.9
2.31
2.12
49.7
48.6
19.3
17.8
19.1
2.58
2.39
50.4
49.2
18.5
17.4
18.3
2.88
2.69
51.0
49.8
67
23.4
15.1
23.2
1.36
1.17
54.8
52.9
23.8
15.6
23.6
1.51
1.32
54.1
52.6
23.8
15.8
23.6
1.68
1.49
53.8
52.6
23.5
15.7
23.2
1.87
1.68
53.8
52.9
22.8
15.6
22.6
2.09
1.90
54.1
53.3
22.1
15.3
21.9
2.34
2.15
54.6
53.8
21.2
14.9
21.0
2.62
2.43
55.2
54.4
20.4
14.6
20.1
2.93
2.74
55.8
55.0
72
23.7
11.7
23.5
1.36
1.17
60.6
59.4
24.8
12.2
24.5
1.52
1.33
59.8
58.8
24.9
12.4
24.7
1.69
1.50
59.5
58.7
24.8
12.4
24.5
1.88
1.69
59.5
58.8
24.4
12.3
24.1
2.10
1.91
59.7
59.0
23.7
12.0
23.5
2.35
2.16
60.1
59.4
23.0
11.8
22.8
2.63
2.44
60.5
59.9
22.2
11.5
22.0
2.95
2.76
61.0
60.4
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 5* — CEILING-SUSPENDED SYSTEM (38HDC018 WITH 40QAB024†)
Temp (F)
Air Entering
Condenser
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
320/0.02
57
21.5
20.1
21.1
1.29
1.04
34.4
33.7
19.4
18.5
19.1
1.34
1.10
35.9
35.1
17.3
16.8
17.0
1.40
1.16
37.3
36.4
15.4
15.2
15.1
1.43
1.20
38.8
37.8
13.6
13.6
13.3
1.46
1.24
40.7
39.0
12.0
12.0
11.8
1.48
1.27
42.7
40.0
10.5
10.5
10.3
1.49
1.28
44.7
41.1
9.05
9.05
8.84
1.49
1.30
47.1
42.3
62
23.6
18.0
23.3
1.31
1.05
39.4
38.7
21.4
16.5
21.1
1.37
1.12
40.6
40.0
19.1
15.0
18.8
1.43
1.19
41.9
41.3
17.0
13.6
16.7
1.47
1.24
43.3
42.6
15.0
12.2
14.7
1.50
1.28
44.7
44.0
13.1
11.0
12.8
1.52
1.31
46.0
45.3
11.3
9.75
11.0
1.52
1.32
47.4
46.6
9.56
8.58
9.35
1.51
1.32
48.8
48.0
67
25.6
15.6
25.3
1.32
1.07
44.9
44.3
23.4
14.3
23.1
1.40
1.15
45.9
45.3
21.2
13.1
20.9
1.47
1.23
46.8
46.3
18.9
11.8
18.6
1.52
1.29
48.2
47.6
16.7
10.6
16.4
1.55
1.33
49.5
48.9
14.6
9.44
14.3
1.57
1.36
50.9
50.2
12.6
8.35
12.4
1.58
1.38
52.2
51.5
10.8
7.33
10.5
1.58
1.39
53.5
52.8
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
72
27.3
13.0
27.0
1.34
1.08
50.9
50.5
25.3
12.0
25.0
1.42
1.17
51.5
51.0
23.3
11.1
23.0
1.50
1.26
52.1
51.6
20.9
9.99
20.6
1.56
1.33
53.2
52.7
18.5
8.90
18.2
1.61
1.39
54.5
54.0
16.2
7.87
16.0
1.63
1.42
55.8
55.3
14.0
6.91
13.8
1.65
1.45
57.1
56.6
12.0
6.01
11.8
1.65
1.46
58.4
57.8
Air Entering Evaporator — Cfm/BF
400/0.03
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
23.2
25.2
27.0
28.1
22.7
20.0
16.9
13.6
22.7
24.7
26.5
27.7
1.32
1.34
1.36
1.37
1.05
1.06
1.08
1.09
38.9
43.9
49.7
55.8
37.6
42.9
48.7
55.1
21.0
22.8
24.7
26.2
20.8
18.5
15.7
12.7
20.6
22.4
24.3
25.8
1.38
1.41
1.43
1.45
1.12
1.14
1.16
1.18
40.4
44.8
50.2
56.1
38.6
43.9
49.3
55.4
18.8
20.5
22.5
24.3
18.8
17.0
14.5
11.8
18.4
20.1
22.2
23.9
1.44
1.48
1.51
1.53
1.19
1.22
1.25
1.27
41.9
45.7
50.8
56.4
39.6
44.9
50.0
55.7
16.8
18.1
20.1
22.0
16.8
15.4
13.2
10.8
16.5
17.8
19.7
21.7
1.49
1.52
1.57
1.60
1.24
1.27
1.32
1.35
43.7
46.8
51.8
57.0
40.6
46.0
51.1
56.4
15.0
15.9
17.7
19.6
15.0
13.9
11.8
9.70
14.6
15.6
17.3
19.3
1.52
1.55
1.60
1.65
1.28
1.31
1.36
1.41
45.4
48.0
52.9
57.9
41.5
47.2
52.2
57.3
13.2
13.9
15.4
17.1
13.2
12.5
10.6
8.60
12.9
13.6
15.1
16.8
1.54
1.57
1.62
1.68
1.31
1.34
1.39
1.45
47.3
49.2
54.0
59.0
42.4
48.3
53.3
58.4
11.6
12.0
13.3
14.8
11.6
11.1
9.38
7.56
11.3
11.7
13.0
14.5
1.55
1.57
1.63
1.70
1.34
1.35
1.41
1.48
49.1
50.3
55.1
60.1
43.3
49.3
54.3
59.4
9.99
10.2
11.3
12.6
9.99
9.80
8.25
6.60
9.72
9.90
11.0
12.4
1.55
1.56
1.63
1.70
1.35
1.36
1.42
1.49
51.0
51.6
56.2
61.1
44.3
50.4
55.4
60.4
500/0.03
57
24.6
24.6
24.1
1.36
1.06
43.0
40.2
22.4
22.4
21.9
1.43
1.14
44.4
41.0
20.2
20.2
19.8
1.49
1.21
45.9
41.7
18.1
18.1
17.7
1.54
1.27
47.5
42.5
16.1
16.1
15.7
1.57
1.32
49.1
43.3
14.2
14.2
13.8
1.60
1.35
50.8
44.2
12.4
12.4
12.1
1.61
1.37
52.5
45.0
10.7
10.7
10.4
1.61
1.39
54.2
45.8
62
26.1
21.7
25.6
1.37
1.07
47.4
46.0
23.8
20.2
23.3
1.44
1.15
47.9
46.7
21.4
18.8
21.0
1.52
1.24
48.4
47.4
19.0
17.0
18.5
1.56
1.29
49.5
48.4
16.6
15.4
16.2
1.59
1.33
50.5
49.3
14.5
13.8
14.1
1.61
1.36
51.6
50.3
12.5
12.3
12.1
1.61
1.38
52.7
51.2
10.7
10.7
10.4
1.61
1.39
54.2
52.0
67
27.6
17.8
27.1
1.38
1.08
53.4
51.9
25.5
16.8
25.0
1.46
1.17
53.5
52.3
23.5
15.8
23.0
1.54
1.26
53.6
52.7
20.9
14.4
20.5
1.60
1.33
54.4
53.5
18.4
13.0
18.0
1.64
1.38
55.3
54.4
16.0
11.6
15.6
1.66
1.42
56.2
55.4
13.8
10.3
13.4
1.67
1.44
57.2
56.3
11.7
9.14
11.4
1.67
1.44
58.1
57.2
72
28.4
13.9
27.9
1.39
1.09
59.4
58.2
26.8
13.2
26.3
1.48
1.19
59.3
58.3
25.1
12.5
24.7
1.57
1.29
59.2
58.4
22.9
11.5
22.4
1.64
1.37
59.6
58.8
20.3
10.4
19.9
1.69
1.43
60.3
59.6
17.7
9.27
17.4
1.72
1.48
61.2
60.5
15.3
8.18
15.0
1.74
1.50
62.1
61.4
13.1
7.16
12.7
1.73
1.51
63.0
62.3
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
†The 40QAB024 unit must be field configured to an 018 size unit by
changing the motor speed fan tap plug. Refer to Installation Instructions for more details.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 6* — CEILING-SUSPENDED SYSTEM (38HDC024 WITH 40QAB024)
Temp (F)
Air Entering
Condenser
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
400/0.03
57
22.7
21.3
22.3
1.41
1.15
35.5
34.4
21.5
20.4
21.1
1.53
1.26
36.1
35.1
20.2
19.4
19.9
1.65
1.39
37.0
35.9
18.9
18.4
18.6
1.76
1.51
37.9
36.8
17.7
17.4
17.4
1.90
1.66
38.8
37.6
16.5
16.5
16.2
2.06
1.82
39.8
38.4
15.4
15.4
15.1
2.24
2.01
41.1
39.2
14.4
14.4
14.1
2.44
2.21
42.3
39.9
62
24.2
18.5
23.8
1.42
1.15
41.5
40.3
23.5
18.2
23.2
1.54
1.28
41.0
40.2
22.2
17.3
21.8
1.67
1.41
41.8
41.0
20.8
16.4
20.5
1.80
1.54
42.5
41.8
19.5
15.5
19.1
1.94
1.69
43.4
42.6
18.2
14.7
17.8
2.10
1.86
44.2
43.5
16.9
13.8
16.6
2.28
2.04
45.1
44.3
15.6
13.0
15.3
2.48
2.25
45.9
45.1
67
25.8
15.8
25.5
1.44
1.17
47.2
46.3
25.3
15.5
24.9
1.56
1.30
46.8
46.1
24.1
14.9
23.8
1.70
1.44
47.2
46.5
23.0
14.3
22.6
1.84
1.58
47.6
46.9
21.5
13.5
21.2
1.99
1.74
48.4
47.7
20.1
12.7
19.7
2.15
1.91
49.2
48.6
18.7
11.9
18.4
2.34
2.10
50.1
49.4
17.3
11.2
17.0
2.54
2.31
50.9
50.2
72
26.6
12.7
26.2
1.45
1.18
53.7
53.2
26.3
12.6
25.9
1.57
1.30
53.3
52.8
25.7
12.3
25.3
1.72
1.46
53.1
52.6
25.1
11.9
24.7
1.87
1.62
53.0
52.4
23.6
11.3
23.3
2.03
1.78
53.6
53.0
22.1
10.6
21.8
2.21
1.97
54.4
53.8
20.6
9.94
20.3
2.40
2.16
55.2
54.6
19.1
9.28
18.8
2.61
2.37
56.0
55.4
Air Entering Evaporator — Cfm/BF
500/0.03
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
23.7
25.1
26.2
26.6
23.1
19.8
16.4
12.9
23.3
24.6
25.7
26.1
1.44
1.45
1.47
1.47
1.15
1.16
1.18
1.18
39.8
45.7
51.8
57.9
37.9
43.9
50.2
56.9
22.8
24.5
26.2
27.2
22.5
19.6
16.5
13.2
22.3
24.0
25.8
26.8
1.56
1.57
1.59
1.61
1.28
1.28
1.31
1.32
39.8
45.0
50.6
56.8
38.2
43.8
49.5
55.9
21.5
23.2
25.1
26.6
21.3
18.8
16.0
12.9
21.0
22.8
24.7
26.2
1.68
1.70
1.73
1.75
1.40
1.43
1.45
1.47
40.7
45.3
50.8
56.6
38.8
44.3
49.8
55.8
20.1
21.9
24.0
25.9
20.1
18.1
15.4
12.6
19.7
21.5
23.6
25.5
1.80
1.84
1.87
1.90
1.53
1.57
1.60
1.63
41.7
45.7
50.9
56.4
39.5
44.8
50.0
55.7
18.9
20.5
22.6
24.6
18.9
17.1
14.6
12.0
18.5
20.1
22.2
24.2
1.95
1.98
2.03
2.07
1.68
1.71
1.77
1.80
42.8
46.4
51.4
56.7
40.1
45.5
50.6
56.1
17.7
19.1
21.0
23.2
17.7
16.2
13.8
11.4
17.4
18.7
20.6
22.8
2.11
2.14
2.20
2.26
1.85
1.88
1.93
2.00
44.0
47.2
52.1
57.2
40.7
46.2
51.3
56.6
16.6
17.7
19.5
21.5
16.6
15.3
13.0
10.6
16.3
17.3
19.2
21.2
2.30
2.33
2.38
2.45
2.04
2.07
2.12
2.20
45.1
47.9
52.8
57.9
41.3
46.9
52.0
57.3
15.5
16.4
18.1
20.0
15.5
14.4
12.2
9.95
15.1
16.0
17.8
19.6
2.50
2.53
2.58
2.66
2.24
2.27
2.33
2.41
46.3
48.6
53.5
58.6
41.9
47.6
52.7
57.9
600/0.04
57
24.6
24.5
24.1
1.47
1.16
42.9
40.1
23.7
23.7
23.2
1.58
1.28
43.1
40.3
22.5
22.5
22.0
1.71
1.42
43.9
40.7
21.3
21.3
20.8
1.84
1.55
44.8
41.1
20.0
20.0
19.5
1.99
1.70
45.8
41.7
18.7
18.7
18.3
2.15
1.87
46.9
42.2
17.5
17.5
17.1
2.34
2.06
48.0
42.8
16.3
16.3
15.9
2.54
2.27
49.1
43.3
62
25.4
20.6
24.8
1.47
1.17
48.9
46.4
25.2
20.9
24.7
1.60
1.29
47.5
46.0
23.9
20.2
23.4
1.74
1.44
47.7
46.4
22.7
19.4
22.2
1.87
1.58
47.8
46.8
21.2
18.4
20.7
2.01
1.73
48.5
47.4
19.7
17.5
19.3
2.17
1.90
49.2
48.0
18.3
16.5
17.8
2.36
2.08
49.8
48.7
16.9
15.6
16.5
2.56
2.29
50.5
49.3
67
26.1
16.7
25.6
1.48
1.17
55.0
52.7
26.6
17.2
26.1
1.62
1.31
53.4
51.8
25.7
16.8
25.2
1.76
1.46
53.3
52.0
24.7
16.3
24.2
1.89
1.60
53.1
52.1
23.3
15.6
22.8
2.07
1.78
53.4
52.6
21.7
14.8
21.2
2.23
1.95
54.1
53.2
20.1
13.9
19.7
2.42
2.14
54.7
53.8
18.6
13.1
18.2
2.62
2.35
55.3
54.4
72
27.4
13.4
26.8
1.50
1.19
60.1
58.7
27.1
13.3
26.6
1.62
1.32
59.6
58.4
26.6
13.1
26.1
1.77
1.47
59.2
58.2
26.2
12.9
25.7
1.92
1.63
58.9
58.0
25.2
12.5
24.7
2.09
1.81
58.9
58.1
23.8
11.9
23.3
2.29
2.01
59.2
58.5
22.1
11.2
21.7
2.50
2.22
59.8
59.0
20.5
10.5
20.1
2.70
2.44
60.4
59.6
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 7* — CEILING-SUSPENDED SYSTEM (38HDC030 WITH 40QAB036)
Temp (F)
Air Entering
Condenser
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
640/0.02
57
30.3
30.3
29.9
1.94
1.60
40.0
38.5
29.0
29.0
28.5
2.09
1.76
40.9
39.1
27.7
27.7
27.2
2.24
1.92
42.0
39.7
26.3
26.3
25.8
2.40
2.09
43.1
40.3
24.9
24.9
24.5
2.58
2.28
44.3
40.9
23.6
23.6
23.2
2.77
2.48
45.5
41.5
22.3
22.3
21.9
2.99
2.70
46.7
42.1
21.0
21.0
20.6
3.22
2.94
47.9
42.8
62
32.5
26.5
32.0
1.96
1.62
45.1
44.2
31.3
25.8
30.8
2.11
1.78
45.3
44.5
29.7
24.9
29.3
2.27
1.95
45.9
45.2
28.2
23.9
27.7
2.44
2.12
46.5
45.8
26.5
22.9
26.0
2.61
2.31
47.3
46.6
24.8
21.9
24.4
2.80
2.51
48.0
47.4
23.2
20.9
22.8
3.01
2.73
48.8
48.1
21.7
20.0
21.3
3.24
2.96
49.5
48.8
67
34.3
21.9
33.8
1.98
1.65
51.2
50.2
33.7
21.7
33.3
2.14
1.81
50.9
50.2
32.3
21.0
31.8
2.31
1.99
51.3
50.6
30.8
20.3
30.4
2.48
2.17
51.7
51.1
29.1
19.4
28.7
2.67
2.36
52.3
51.8
27.4
18.5
26.9
2.87
2.57
53.1
52.5
25.6
17.6
25.2
3.08
2.79
53.8
53.2
23.9
16.8
23.5
3.30
3.03
54.5
53.9
72
35.5
17.3
35.0
2.00
1.66
57.5
56.7
35.4
17.3
35.0
2.16
1.84
57.0
56.3
34.3
16.8
33.8
2.33
2.02
57.2
56.6
33.1
16.3
32.7
2.51
2.20
57.4
56.8
31.7
15.7
31.2
2.71
2.40
57.8
57.3
29.9
14.9
29.5
2.91
2.61
58.4
57.9
28.1
14.2
27.7
3.13
2.84
59.0
58.5
26.3
13.5
25.9
3.37
3.09
59.7
59.2
Air Entering Evaporator — Cfm/BF
740/0.02
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
31.7
33.3
34.8
35.7
31.7
28.2
22.9
17.7
31.1
32.7
34.2
35.2
1.97
1.99
2.01
2.02
1.61
1.63
1.65
1.67
43.9
47.8
54.0
60.1
40.7
46.6
52.6
59.0
30.6
32.3
34.6
35.8
30.6
27.8
23.0
17.8
30.1
31.7
34.0
35.2
2.12
2.14
2.17
2.19
1.78
1.79
1.82
1.84
44.3
47.7
53.3
59.6
40.9
46.8
52.4
58.7
29.2
30.7
33.1
34.8
29.2
26.8
22.3
17.5
28.7
30.1
32.6
34.3
2.29
2.31
2.34
2.37
1.95
1.97
2.00
2.03
45.3
48.2
53.7
59.5
41.4
47.3
52.8
58.8
27.8
29.1
31.6
33.9
27.8
25.9
21.6
17.1
27.3
28.6
31.1
33.4
2.45
2.47
2.50
2.55
2.12
2.14
2.17
2.21
46.3
48.6
54.0
59.5
41.9
47.8
53.2
58.9
26.4
27.4
29.9
32.3
26.4
24.9
20.8
16.5
25.9
26.9
29.4
31.8
2.63
2.65
2.70
2.74
2.31
2.33
2.37
2.41
47.4
49.3
54.4
59.9
42.5
48.5
53.7
59.3
24.9
25.7
28.2
30.6
24.9
23.8
19.9
15.8
24.4
25.2
27.7
30.1
2.83
2.84
2.90
2.94
2.51
2.53
2.59
2.63
48.5
50.0
55.0
60.4
43.1
49.1
54.3
59.8
23.5
24.0
26.4
28.8
23.5
22.8
19.0
15.0
23.0
23.5
25.9
28.3
3.04
3.05
3.12
3.17
2.73
2.75
2.81
2.86
49.7
50.7
55.6
60.9
43.6
49.8
55.0
60.3
22.1
22.4
24.6
26.9
22.1
21.7
18.1
14.3
21.7
21.9
24.1
26.4
3.27
3.28
3.34
3.40
2.97
2.98
3.05
3.10
50.8
51.4
56.3
61.4
44.2
50.4
55.6
60.9
840/0.03
57
33.0
33.0
32.3
2.01
1.63
46.9
42.2
31.8
31.8
31.2
2.16
1.78
47.4
42.5
30.5
30.5
29.9
2.33
1.96
48.2
42.9
29.1
29.1
28.5
2.50
2.14
49.0
43.3
27.6
27.6
27.0
2.68
2.33
50.0
43.8
26.1
26.1
25.5
2.87
2.54
51.1
44.3
24.6
24.6
24.0
3.09
2.76
52.2
44.9
23.1
23.1
22.5
3.32
3.00
53.3
45.4
62
33.8
29.8
33.1
2.02
1.64
50.2
48.5
32.8
29.4
32.2
2.17
1.80
49.9
48.6
31.4
28.6
30.8
2.34
1.97
50.2
49.0
29.9
27.8
29.3
2.51
2.15
50.4
49.4
28.1
26.7
27.5
2.69
2.34
51.0
49.9
26.4
25.6
25.8
2.88
2.54
51.7
50.5
24.7
24.4
24.2
3.09
2.76
52.3
51.1
23.1
23.1
22.5
3.32
3.00
53.2
51.6
67
35.0
23.7
34.4
2.04
1.66
56.3
54.5
34.6
23.8
34.0
2.19
1.82
55.8
54.4
33.4
23.4
32.8
2.36
2.00
55.8
54.6
32.2
22.9
31.6
2.54
2.18
55.8
54.8
30.6
22.1
30.0
2.73
2.38
56.1
55.3
28.8
21.3
28.3
2.93
2.60
56.5
55.8
26.9
20.3
26.4
3.15
2.83
57.1
56.3
25.1
19.4
24.6
3.38
3.06
57.6
56.9
72
35.9
18.1
35.3
2.05
1.67
62.1
60.7
36.0
18.3
35.4
2.22
1.84
61.6
60.4
35.2
18.1
34.6
2.40
2.03
61.4
60.4
34.5
17.9
33.9
2.58
2.22
61.2
60.4
32.9
17.3
32.3
2.77
2.43
61.5
60.8
31.2
16.6
30.6
2.98
2.64
61.9
61.2
29.3
15.8
28.8
3.20
2.87
62.3
61.7
27.5
15.1
26.9
3.44
3.12
62.8
62.2
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 8* — CEILING-SUSPENDED SYSTEM (38HDC036 WITH 40QAB036)
Temp (F)
Air Entering
Condenser
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
640/0.03
57
37.0
35.3
36.4
1.99
1.67
37.1
35.9
34.8
33.7
34.3
2.23
1.92
37.5
36.4
32.4
31.7
31.8
2.50
2.18
38.4
37.2
29.9
29.7
29.4
2.77
2.45
39.4
38.1
27.6
27.6
27.1
3.07
2.76
40.6
38.9
25.4
25.4
24.9
3.40
3.09
42.1
39.7
23.3
23.3
22.8
3.76
3.45
43.5
40.5
21.2
21.2
20.8
4.14
3.83
45.1
41.3
62
39.7
30.9
39.2
2.01
1.69
42.5
41.5
37.6
29.5
37.0
2.25
1.93
42.8
41.9
35.2
27.9
34.6
2.53
2.22
43.4
42.6
32.7
26.4
32.2
2.82
2.50
44.0
43.2
30.1
24.6
29.6
3.13
2.82
44.9
44.2
27.5
22.9
27.0
3.46
3.15
45.9
45.1
25.0
21.2
24.5
3.82
3.51
46.8
46.0
22.5
19.6
22.1
4.20
3.89
47.8
47.0
67
41.2
25.5
40.6
2.02
1.70
49.2
48.1
39.9
24.8
39.3
2.27
1.95
48.8
47.9
37.7
23.6
37.2
2.56
2.24
49.1
48.3
35.6
22.5
35.0
2.85
2.54
49.4
48.7
33.0
21.0
32.5
3.18
2.87
50.1
49.4
30.3
19.6
29.8
3.54
3.23
50.9
50.2
27.6
18.1
27.1
3.91
3.60
51.8
51.1
24.9
16.6
24.5
4.30
3.99
52.8
52.1
72
43.2
20.8
42.6
2.04
1.73
55.0
54.5
41.8
20.1
41.3
2.29
1.98
54.9
54.3
39.9
19.2
39.4
2.59
2.28
55.0
54.5
38.1
18.3
37.6
2.89
2.57
55.2
54.6
35.4
17.1
34.9
3.22
2.90
55.8
55.2
32.7
15.9
32.2
3.57
3.26
56.5
55.9
30.1
14.8
29.7
3.98
3.67
57.1
56.6
27.3
13.5
26.9
4.39
4.07
58.0
57.4
Air Entering Evaporator — Cfm/BF
740/0.03
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
38.4
40.9
42.6
43.5
37.8
32.9
27.0
21.2
37.7
40.2
42.0
42.8
2.02
2.04
2.06
2.07
1.68
1.70
1.72
1.73
40.3
45.5
51.8
58.1
38.4
44.2
50.5
57.2
36.2
38.8
40.7
42.1
36.1
31.6
26.0
20.5
35.6
38.1
40.1
41.5
2.26
2.28
2.30
2.32
1.92
1.94
1.96
1.98
40.7
45.7
51.8
57.9
38.9
44.5
50.6
57.0
33.9
36.3
38.6
40.3
33.8
29.9
24.9
19.7
33.3
35.7
38.0
39.7
2.54
2.57
2.59
2.62
2.20
2.23
2.26
2.28
41.7
46.1
51.9
57.9
39.5
45.1
50.9
57.1
31.5
33.8
36.5
38.5
31.5
28.3
23.8
18.9
30.9
33.2
35.9
37.9
2.82
2.85
2.89
2.92
2.48
2.51
2.55
2.58
42.7
46.6
52.0
57.9
40.1
45.6
51.1
57.2
29.2
31.2
34.0
36.1
29.2
26.6
22.4
17.8
28.6
30.6
33.4
35.5
3.13
3.18
3.22
3.25
2.79
2.84
2.88
2.91
44.0
47.2
52.5
58.3
40.7
46.3
51.7
57.6
26.9
28.5
31.3
33.4
26.9
24.8
21.0
16.6
26.4
28.0
30.7
32.8
3.47
3.51
3.58
3.61
3.13
3.18
3.25
3.27
45.3
48.1
53.1
58.8
41.4
47.1
52.3
58.1
24.6
25.9
28.5
30.9
24.6
23.0
19.4
15.5
24.1
25.4
28.0
30.3
3.83
3.88
3.97
4.02
3.50
3.54
3.63
3.68
46.7
49.0
53.9
59.3
42.1
48.0
53.1
58.6
22.5
23.3
25.6
28.0
22.5
21.3
17.9
14.3
22.0
22.8
25.1
27.5
4.22
4.26
4.36
4.43
3.88
3.92
4.02
4.10
48.1
49.8
54.8
60.0
42.8
48.8
54.0
59.3
840/0.04
57
39.5
39.5
38.8
2.05
1.69
43.5
40.5
37.4
37.4
36.7
2.29
1.93
44.1
40.8
35.2
35.2
34.5
2.58
2.22
44.9
41.2
33.0
33.0
32.4
2.87
2.50
45.6
41.6
30.6
30.6
30.0
3.19
2.83
46.8
42.2
28.2
28.2
27.6
3.53
3.17
48.0
42.8
25.8
25.8
25.2
3.90
3.54
49.3
43.5
23.5
23.5
22.9
4.28
3.93
50.7
44.1
62
41.0
34.1
40.3
2.06
1.70
48.7
46.6
39.4
33.2
38.7
2.31
1.95
48.2
46.7
37.0
31.7
36.3
2.60
2.23
48.5
47.1
34.7
30.2
34.0
2.88
2.52
48.7
47.5
32.0
28.4
31.4
3.21
2.85
49.3
48.1
29.3
26.6
28.7
3.56
3.20
49.9
48.7
26.6
24.7
26.0
3.92
3.57
50.7
49.5
24.0
22.8
23.4
4.30
3.95
51.5
50.2
67
42.5
27.5
41.7
2.08
1.72
54.8
52.8
41.1
26.9
40.3
2.33
1.97
54.4
52.8
39.1
25.9
38.4
2.62
2.26
54.3
52.9
37.1
24.9
36.4
2.91
2.55
54.3
53.1
34.6
23.6
34.0
3.25
2.89
54.5
53.5
32.0
22.2
31.4
3.62
3.26
55.0
54.0
29.2
20.7
28.6
4.01
3.65
55.6
54.7
26.3
19.1
25.7
4.41
4.05
56.3
55.4
72
43.7
21.5
42.9
2.10
1.73
60.4
59.2
42.3
20.9
41.6
2.35
1.98
60.2
59.1
40.7
20.2
40.0
2.65
2.29
60.1
59.0
39.1
19.6
38.4
2.95
2.59
60.0
59.0
36.8
18.6
36.1
3.29
2.93
60.1
59.3
34.1
17.4
33.5
3.66
3.30
60.6
59.7
31.3
16.2
30.7
4.05
3.69
61.1
60.3
28.5
14.9
27.9
4.46
4.10
61.6
60.8
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 9* — 53QAB048 CEILING-SUSPENDED SYSTEM (38HDC048 WITH 40QAB048)
Temp (F)
Air Entering
Condenser
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
1100/0.05
57
47.5
46.5
46.4
2.86
2.26
42.0
39.2
46.7
46.2
45.6
3.18
2.59
41.6
39.3
44.7
44.5
43.7
3.52
2.95
42.5
39.8
42.8
42.8
41.7
3.86
3.30
43.4
40.4
40.8
40.8
39.7
4.23
3.68
44.5
41.0
38.6
38.6
37.6
4.62
4.09
45.9
41.7
36.6
36.6
35.6
5.03
4.51
47.2
42.4
34.4
34.4
33.4
5.46
4.95
48.6
43.1
62
49.7
39.7
48.6
2.87
2.28
47.6
45.3
49.3
39.9
48.2
3.19
2.61
47.0
45.2
47.6
39.2
46.6
3.55
2.97
47.1
45.5
46.0
38.4
45.0
3.90
3.34
47.2
45.9
43.6
37.0
42.6
4.28
3.74
47.9
46.6
41.0
35.5
40.0
4.67
4.14
48.7
47.4
38.5
34.0
37.5
5.08
4.56
49.6
48.2
35.9
32.5
35.0
5.50
4.99
50.4
49.0
67
51.8
32.7
50.7
2.90
2.30
53.5
51.5
51.9
33.0
50.8
3.22
2.63
52.8
51.2
50.7
32.5
49.6
3.58
3.00
52.8
51.3
49.4
32.0
48.4
3.94
3.37
52.8
51.5
47.3
31.1
46.3
4.33
3.78
53.2
52.0
45.0
30.0
44.0
4.75
4.21
53.7
52.6
42.3
28.8
41.3
5.18
4.66
54.4
53.3
39.5
27.4
38.5
5.61
5.10
55.2
54.1
72
53.0
25.9
51.9
2.91
2.31
59.2
58.0
54.2
26.4
53.2
3.25
2.67
58.5
57.4
53.4
26.1
52.4
3.62
3.04
58.4
57.4
52.7
25.8
51.6
3.98
3.42
58.3
57.3
50.3
24.8
49.3
4.37
3.82
58.8
57.8
48.3
24.0
47.3
4.80
4.26
59.2
58.2
45.9
23.0
44.9
5.25
4.72
59.7
58.8
42.9
21.8
41.9
5.68
5.16
60.5
59.6
Air Entering Evaporator — Cfm/BF
1160/0.05
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
48.2
49.9
51.9
53.1
47.6
40.4
33.0
26.1
47.0
48.7
50.7
51.9
2.88
2.89
2.92
2.93
2.27
2.28
2.30
2.31
43.1
48.9
54.7
60.2
40.0
46.3
52.4
58.8
47.2
49.7
52.3
53.8
47.0
40.8
33.6
26.4
46.0
48.5
51.2
52.7
3.20
3.21
3.24
3.26
2.59
2.61
2.64
2.66
43.0
48.0
53.8
59.6
40.1
46.0
52.0
58.4
45.4
48.1
51.1
53.2
45.3
40.1
33.2
26.2
44.3
46.9
50.0
52.1
3.54
3.57
3.60
3.63
2.95
2.98
3.01
3.04
43.8
48.1
53.7
59.5
40.6
46.4
52.2
58.3
43.7
46.4
49.9
52.6
43.7
39.3
32.7
25.9
42.6
45.3
48.8
51.5
3.89
3.92
3.96
4.00
3.31
3.34
3.38
3.42
44.6
48.2
53.7
59.3
41.0
46.7
52.3
58.2
41.6
44.1
47.8
50.5
41.6
38.1
31.8
25.1
40.5
43.0
46.7
49.4
4.26
4.31
4.35
4.38
3.70
3.75
3.79
3.82
45.7
48.7
54.0
59.7
41.6
47.3
52.7
58.6
39.5
41.5
45.4
48.5
39.5
36.5
30.7
24.3
38.4
40.5
44.4
47.5
4.65
4.70
4.77
4.81
4.10
4.15
4.22
4.26
47.0
49.5
54.5
60.0
42.3
48.1
53.3
59.0
37.3
38.9
42.8
46.3
37.3
35.0
29.5
23.4
36.2
37.9
41.8
45.2
5.07
5.11
5.21
5.27
4.53
4.57
4.67
4.73
48.3
50.3
55.1
60.4
43.0
48.8
54.0
59.5
35.1
36.4
39.9
43.7
35.1
33.5
28.1
22.4
34.0
35.3
38.9
42.7
5.49
5.53
5.64
5.73
4.97
5.00
5.11
5.21
49.7
51.2
55.9
61.0
43.7
49.6
54.8
60.0
1200/0.06
57
48.6
48.2
47.4
2.90
2.27
43.9
40.5
47.4
47.4
46.3
3.21
2.59
44.0
40.7
45.8
45.8
44.7
3.56
2.96
44.7
41.1
44.2
44.2
43.1
3.91
3.32
45.4
41.4
42.1
42.1
41.0
4.28
3.71
46.5
42.0
39.9
39.9
38.8
4.68
4.11
47.7
42.7
37.8
37.8
36.7
5.09
4.54
49.0
43.3
35.5
35.5
34.4
5.52
4.98
50.4
44.0
62
50.3
41.0
49.1
2.91
2.28
49.4
46.7
50.1
41.5
48.9
3.23
2.62
48.6
46.5
48.4
40.8
47.3
3.59
2.98
48.6
46.9
46.8
40.0
45.6
3.94
3.35
48.7
47.2
44.5
38.8
43.4
4.33
3.75
49.2
47.7
41.9
37.2
40.8
4.72
4.16
50.0
48.5
39.2
35.6
38.1
5.13
4.58
50.8
49.2
36.6
34.1
35.5
5.55
5.01
51.6
50.0
67
51.9
33.3
50.7
2.93
2.30
55.4
53.0
52.4
33.9
51.2
3.26
2.64
54.5
52.6
51.3
33.5
50.1
3.61
3.01
54.4
52.7
50.1
33.2
49.0
3.97
3.38
54.2
52.8
48.1
32.3
47.0
4.37
3.79
54.5
53.2
45.7
31.2
44.6
4.79
4.23
54.9
53.7
43.1
30.0
42.0
5.23
4.68
55.5
54.4
40.1
28.6
39.0
5.66
5.12
56.3
55.2
72
53.1
26.2
51.9
2.95
2.32
60.8
59.4
54.7
26.9
53.5
3.29
2.67
60.0
58.7
54.1
26.7
52.9
3.66
3.05
59.8
58.6
53.4
26.5
52.3
4.03
3.44
59.6
58.5
51.1
25.5
50.0
4.41
3.84
60.1
59.0
49.1
24.7
48.0
4.84
4.28
60.4
59.3
46.7
23.8
45.6
5.29
4.74
60.8
59.8
44.0
22.7
42.9
5.76
5.22
61.4
60.4
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 10* — CEILING-SUSPENDED SYSTEM (38HDC060 WITH 40QAB060)
Temp (F)
Air Entering
Condenser
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
1040/0.03
57
58.9
55.8
57.8
3.94
3.37
36.8
35.4
56.1
53.7
55.0
4.16
3.61
37.2
36.0
52.8
51.0
51.7
4.36
3.84
38.2
36.8
49.4
48.4
48.4
4.57
4.07
39.1
37.6
46.2
45.8
45.2
4.78
4.30
40.1
38.5
42.9
42.9
41.9
4.98
4.52
41.5
39.4
39.8
39.8
38.9
5.16
4.73
43.1
40.3
36.7
36.7
35.8
5.34
4.93
44.8
41.2
62
63.3
48.9
62.2
3.99
3.42
42.2
41.1
60.6
47.2
59.5
4.21
3.66
42.5
41.5
57.3
45.1
56.2
4.43
3.91
43.1
42.1
54.1
43.0
53.0
4.66
4.15
43.7
42.8
50.4
40.7
49.4
4.87
4.39
44.7
43.7
46.8
38.4
45.8
5.07
4.62
45.6
44.6
43.1
36.1
42.1
5.26
4.82
46.6
45.6
39.4
33.8
38.4
5.42
5.01
47.7
46.7
67
67.7
41.7
66.6
4.05
3.48
47.9
46.9
65.2
40.3
64.1
4.27
3.72
48.1
47.2
61.9
38.6
60.9
4.50
3.97
48.6
47.7
58.7
36.8
57.7
4.73
4.22
49.1
48.3
55.1
34.9
54.1
4.96
4.48
49.8
49.0
51.4
32.9
50.5
5.18
4.73
50.6
49.8
47.5
30.9
46.6
5.38
4.95
51.6
50.8
43.5
28.8
42.6
5.56
5.15
52.6
51.8
72
71.5
34.2
70.4
4.11
3.53
53.8
53.2
69.6
33.3
68.5
4.34
3.79
53.8
53.2
66.3
31.8
65.3
4.57
4.04
54.3
53.7
63.1
30.2
62.0
4.80
4.29
54.8
54.1
59.4
28.6
58.4
5.03
4.55
55.4
54.7
55.7
27.0
54.7
5.26
4.81
56.1
55.4
51.8
25.3
50.9
5.48
5.05
56.9
56.2
47.8
23.6
46.9
5.68
5.27
57.8
57.0
Air Entering Evaporator — Cfm/BF
1220/0.04
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
61.4
65.4
69.6
71.4
60.1
52.3
43.9
34.6
60.0
64.1
68.3
70.1
4.02
4.07
4.13
4.15
3.39
3.44
3.51
3.53
40.3
45.6
51.3
57.5
38.3
44.1
49.9
56.6
58.7
62.6
66.7
71.1
58.1
50.6
42.4
34.5
57.4
61.3
65.4
69.8
4.24
4.28
4.34
4.42
3.64
3.68
3.74
3.81
40.6
45.8
51.5
57.0
38.7
44.4
50.2
56.1
55.4
59.3
63.7
68.0
55.1
48.6
40.8
33.1
54.2
58.1
62.4
66.7
4.46
4.51
4.57
4.65
3.88
3.93
4.00
4.07
41.6
46.2
51.7
57.3
39.3
44.9
50.6
56.4
52.1
56.1
60.7
64.9
52.1
46.6
39.3
31.7
50.9
54.9
59.5
63.6
4.67
4.73
4.81
4.88
4.12
4.18
4.26
4.33
42.6
46.6
52.0
57.6
40.0
45.4
50.9
56.7
48.9
52.5
57.0
61.2
48.9
44.3
37.4
30.1
47.7
51.3
55.8
60.1
4.88
4.96
5.04
5.11
4.36
4.44
4.51
4.59
43.8
47.3
52.5
58.1
40.6
46.1
51.5
57.2
45.7
48.6
53.2
57.4
45.7
41.8
35.4
28.5
44.5
47.5
52.1
56.3
5.09
5.16
5.27
5.35
4.59
4.66
4.77
4.85
45.1
48.1
53.2
58.6
41.3
47.0
52.2
57.8
42.4
44.8
49.3
53.4
42.4
39.4
33.3
26.7
41.3
43.7
48.2
52.3
5.28
5.35
5.48
5.56
4.81
4.87
5.00
5.09
46.6
49.0
53.9
59.3
42.1
47.8
53.0
58.4
39.1
40.9
45.1
49.3
39.1
36.9
31.1
25.0
38.1
39.8
44.0
48.3
5.45
5.51
5.65
5.76
5.00
5.06
5.20
5.31
48.1
50.0
54.8
60.0
42.9
48.7
53.8
59.2
1600/0.06
57
66.0
66.0
64.3
4.20
3.46
46.9
42.3
63.3
63.3
61.6
4.41
3.70
47.4
42.5
60.3
60.3
58.6
4.63
3.95
48.1
42.8
57.2
57.2
55.6
4.86
4.21
48.8
43.2
53.9
53.9
52.3
5.09
4.47
49.7
43.7
50.3
50.3
48.8
5.30
4.70
50.9
44.2
46.7
46.7
45.2
5.49
4.93
52.1
44.8
43.0
43.0
41.6
5.66
5.13
53.4
45.5
62
67.6
58.2
65.9
4.21
3.47
51.0
48.5
65.3
57.0
63.6
4.43
3.72
50.7
48.6
62.1
55.1
60.5
4.65
3.97
50.9
48.9
58.9
53.2
57.3
4.87
4.22
51.1
49.3
55.3
50.8
53.8
5.10
4.48
51.5
49.7
51.5
48.4
50.0
5.32
4.73
52.0
50.3
47.5
45.6
46.0
5.51
4.95
52.8
50.9
43.4
42.6
42.0
5.67
5.14
53.7
51.6
67
71.2
47.4
69.4
4.27
3.52
56.5
54.3
68.9
46.5
67.3
4.48
3.77
56.3
54.4
66.1
45.2
64.4
4.71
4.03
56.3
54.6
63.2
43.9
61.6
4.95
4.30
56.3
54.8
59.5
42.0
58.0
5.18
4.56
56.6
55.2
55.6
40.1
54.1
5.40
4.81
57.0
55.7
51.6
38.0
50.1
5.61
5.05
57.5
56.2
47.4
35.8
46.0
5.80
5.27
58.0
56.8
72
73.3
36.7
71.6
4.30
3.56
62.0
60.5
71.8
36.1
70.1
4.53
3.82
61.8
60.3
69.4
35.1
67.7
4.77
4.09
61.8
60.4
66.9
34.2
65.3
5.01
4.36
61.7
60.5
63.5
32.7
61.9
5.25
4.63
61.9
60.8
59.7
31.2
58.2
5.48
4.89
62.3
61.2
55.6
29.5
54.1
5.70
5.14
62.7
61.6
51.3
27.7
49.9
5.90
5.37
63.2
62.2
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 11* — IN-CEILING CASSETTE SYSTEM (38HDC018 WITH 40QKB024)
Temp (F)
Air Entering
Condenser
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
375/0.03
57
19.0
18.2
18.6
1.33
1.05
37.1
36.0
17.8
17.4
17.4
1.41
1.14
38.3
37.2
16.6
16.5
16.3
1.47
1.21
39.9
38.3
15.5
15.5
15.2
1.54
1.28
41.5
39.4
14.5
14.5
14.2
1.59
1.34
43.3
40.4
13.5
13.5
13.2
1.63
1.39
45.2
41.4
12.5
12.5
12.2
1.66
1.43
47.2
42.4
11.5
11.5
11.2
1.69
1.47
49.2
43.4
62
20.7
16.1
20.4
1.35
1.07
42.2
41.3
19.6
15.5
19.2
1.44
1.17
43.0
42.2
18.2
14.7
17.9
1.51
1.24
44.2
43.4
16.9
13.9
16.6
1.58
1.32
45.5
44.7
15.6
13.2
15.3
1.63
1.38
46.7
45.9
14.3
12.4
14.0
1.67
1.43
47.9
47.1
13.1
11.7
12.8
1.69
1.46
49.2
48.2
11.8
11.0
11.5
1.71
1.49
50.4
49.4
67
22.3
13.7
22.0
1.36
1.08
47.9
47.0
21.3
13.3
21.0
1.46
1.18
48.4
47.6
20.0
12.6
19.7
1.54
1.28
49.3
48.6
18.8
12.0
18.5
1.62
1.37
50.3
49.6
17.3
11.3
17.0
1.68
1.43
51.5
50.8
15.9
10.6
15.6
1.73
1.49
52.7
52.0
14.6
9.98
14.3
1.76
1.52
53.9
53.2
13.2
9.33
12.9
1.79
1.56
55.1
54.3
72
23.3
11.2
23.0
1.37
1.09
54.1
53.5
22.7
10.9
22.4
1.48
1.20
54.2
53.6
21.7
10.4
21.4
1.57
1.31
54.8
54.3
20.7
9.98
20.3
1.66
1.41
55.5
54.9
19.2
9.38
18.9
1.74
1.49
56.5
55.9
17.7
8.75
17.4
1.79
1.55
57.7
57.0
16.3
8.16
16.0
1.83
1.59
58.8
58.2
14.8
7.56
14.5
1.86
1.64
60.0
59.3
Air Entering Evaporator — Cfm/BF
415/0.03
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
19.6
21.2
22.4
23.5
19.3
16.9
14.0
11.3
19.3
20.9
22.1
23.2
1.35
1.36
1.37
1.39
1.06
1.07
1.08
1.10
39.1
44.3
50.4
56.2
37.7
43.1
49.2
55.5
18.4
20.1
21.9
23.2
18.4
16.3
13.8
11.2
18.0
19.7
21.5
22.8
1.43
1.45
1.48
1.49
1.15
1.17
1.19
1.21
40.2
44.9
50.3
56.1
38.7
43.9
49.3
55.4
17.3
18.7
20.6
22.1
17.3
15.5
13.2
10.7
16.9
18.4
20.2
21.8
1.50
1.53
1.56
1.59
1.22
1.25
1.29
1.31
42.0
46.0
51.1
56.6
39.7
45.0
50.2
56.0
16.2
17.4
19.3
21.1
16.2
14.7
12.6
10.3
15.8
17.0
18.9
20.7
1.57
1.60
1.65
1.68
1.30
1.33
1.38
1.41
43.7
47.0
51.9
57.2
40.6
46.1
51.1
56.5
15.1
16.0
17.8
19.7
15.1
13.9
11.9
9.74
14.8
15.7
17.4
19.4
1.62
1.65
1.70
1.76
1.36
1.39
1.45
1.50
45.5
48.2
53.0
58.0
41.5
47.2
52.2
57.3
14.0
14.7
16.3
18.2
14.0
13.2
11.2
9.12
13.7
14.3
16.0
17.8
1.67
1.69
1.75
1.82
1.41
1.44
1.50
1.57
47.3
49.3
54.1
59.0
42.4
48.3
53.3
58.4
13.0
13.4
14.9
16.6
13.0
12.5
10.5
8.50
12.7
13.1
14.6
16.3
1.70
1.71
1.78
1.85
1.45
1.47
1.54
1.61
49.1
50.5
55.2
60.1
43.4
49.4
54.4
59.4
12.0
12.1
13.5
15.1
12.0
11.7
9.85
7.89
11.7
11.8
13.2
14.8
1.73
1.74
1.81
1.89
1.49
1.50
1.57
1.65
51.0
51.6
56.3
61.1
44.3
50.5
55.4
60.4
525/0.05
57
21.0
21.0
20.6
1.39
1.07
44.8
41.2
20.1
20.1
19.7
1.48
1.17
45.7
41.6
19.0
19.0
18.5
1.56
1.26
47.1
42.4
17.8
17.8
17.3
1.64
1.34
48.6
43.1
16.6
16.6
16.1
1.69
1.41
50.2
43.9
15.4
15.4
15.0
1.74
1.46
51.8
44.7
14.2
14.2
13.8
1.77
1.51
53.5
45.5
13.0
13.0
12.7
1.81
1.55
55.1
46.3
62
22.0
18.5
21.6
1.40
1.08
49.2
47.1
21.2
18.3
20.8
1.50
1.19
48.9
47.4
19.8
17.6
19.4
1.58
1.27
49.6
48.2
18.4
16.8
18.0
1.65
1.36
50.3
49.1
16.9
15.9
16.5
1.71
1.42
51.3
50.0
15.5
15.1
15.1
1.75
1.47
52.3
50.8
14.3
14.1
13.9
1.78
1.51
53.7
51.6
13.1
13.1
12.7
1.81
1.55
55.1
52.4
67
23.3
15.2
22.9
1.42
1.10
54.8
52.9
22.8
15.1
22.3
1.52
1.21
54.4
53.0
21.5
14.6
21.1
1.60
1.30
54.8
53.6
20.2
14.1
19.8
1.69
1.40
55.3
54.2
18.7
13.4
18.3
1.76
1.47
56.0
55.1
17.1
12.6
16.7
1.81
1.53
57.0
55.9
15.6
11.9
15.2
1.84
1.57
57.8
56.8
14.1
11.2
13.7
1.86
1.60
58.7
57.7
72
23.7
11.7
23.3
1.42
1.10
60.8
59.4
23.7
11.7
23.2
1.53
1.22
60.3
59.1
22.8
11.4
22.4
1.63
1.33
60.5
59.4
21.9
11.1
21.5
1.72
1.43
60.6
59.7
20.6
10.6
20.1
1.81
1.52
61.1
60.3
19.0
10.0
18.6
1.87
1.60
61.8
61.0
17.4
9.40
17.0
1.91
1.64
62.7
61.9
15.8
8.76
15.4
1.94
1.68
63.6
62.7
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 12* — IN-CEILING CASSETTE SYSTEM (38HDC024 WITH 40QKB036)
Temp (F)
Air Entering
Condenser
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
635/0.08
57
26.7
26.7
26.3
2.14
1.71
45.2
41.3
25.2
25.2
24.8
2.16
1.76
45.8
41.7
23.5
23.5
23.1
2.15
1.79
46.8
42.2
21.9
21.9
21.5
2.14
1.82
47.7
42.7
20.2
20.2
19.9
2.10
1.82
48.8
43.2
18.6
18.6
18.3
2.03
1.78
49.8
43.7
17.1
17.1
16.8
1.89
1.68
50.9
44.2
15.6
15.6
15.3
1.76
1.59
52.0
44.8
62
28.5
23.7
28.0
2.15
1.72
49.1
47.0
26.7
22.6
26.2
2.16
1.77
49.3
47.4
24.8
21.5
24.4
2.16
1.80
49.7
47.9
23.0
20.3
22.6
2.16
1.83
50.1
48.4
21.1
19.0
20.7
2.11
1.83
50.7
49.0
19.3
17.7
18.9
2.04
1.79
51.4
49.7
17.6
16.5
17.3
1.90
1.69
52.0
50.3
15.9
15.3
15.6
1.77
1.59
52.7
50.9
67
30.1
19.4
29.6
2.16
1.73
54.9
52.9
29.0
19.0
28.6
2.18
1.79
54.3
52.8
27.1
18.0
26.7
2.18
1.82
54.7
53.3
25.1
17.0
24.7
2.17
1.85
55.1
53.7
23.2
16.0
22.8
2.13
1.85
55.5
54.2
21.3
14.9
20.9
2.07
1.82
56.0
54.8
19.4
13.8
19.1
1.93
1.72
56.7
55.4
17.5
12.8
17.2
1.80
1.62
57.3
56.0
72
31.7
15.5
31.2
2.18
1.75
60.0
58.8
30.4
15.0
30.0
2.19
1.80
59.9
58.8
28.7
14.2
28.3
2.19
1.83
60.1
59.1
27.0
13.5
26.6
2.19
1.87
60.3
59.3
25.1
12.7
24.7
2.15
1.87
60.7
59.7
23.2
11.9
22.9
2.09
1.84
61.0
60.1
21.3
11.0
21.0
1.96
1.75
61.5
60.6
19.4
10.1
19.0
1.83
1.65
62.1
61.2
Air Entering Evaporator — Cfm/BF
745/0.10
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
28.0
29.2
30.9
32.1
28.0
25.3
20.6
16.0
27.4
28.7
30.4
31.6
2.18
2.19
2.20
2.21
1.72
1.73
1.74
1.75
49.0
52.0
57.3
62.5
43.3
49.2
54.9
60.9
26.5
27.5
29.7
31.1
26.5
24.4
20.2
15.6
26.0
27.0
29.2
30.6
2.19
2.20
2.22
2.23
1.77
1.78
1.80
1.81
49.5
51.9
56.8
62.2
43.5
49.5
54.9
60.8
24.8
25.6
27.8
29.4
24.8
23.2
19.2
14.9
24.3
25.1
27.3
28.9
2.19
2.19
2.21
2.23
1.80
1.81
1.83
1.84
50.2
52.1
57.0
62.3
43.9
49.9
55.2
60.9
23.1
23.7
25.8
27.8
23.1
22.0
18.2
14.3
22.6
23.3
25.4
27.3
2.18
2.18
2.20
2.22
1.84
1.84
1.86
1.88
51.0
52.4
57.2
62.3
44.3
50.3
55.6
61.1
21.4
21.8
23.8
25.8
21.4
20.7
17.1
13.4
20.9
21.3
23.4
25.3
2.13
2.14
2.16
2.18
1.83
1.84
1.85
1.88
52.0
52.9
57.6
62.6
44.8
50.8
56.0
61.5
19.7
19.9
21.9
23.8
19.7
19.3
16.1
12.5
19.3
19.5
21.4
23.3
2.06
2.07
2.09
2.11
1.80
1.80
1.83
1.84
52.9
53.5
58.0
63.0
45.2
51.3
56.5
61.8
18.1
18.2
19.9
21.8
18.1
17.9
15.0
11.7
17.7
17.8
19.5
21.4
1.93
1.93
1.95
1.98
1.70
1.70
1.73
1.75
53.9
54.2
58.5
63.4
45.7
51.8
57.0
62.3
16.5
16.5
18.0
19.8
16.5
16.5
13.8
10.8
16.1
16.1
17.6
19.4
1.79
1.79
1.82
1.84
1.60
1.60
1.63
1.66
54.9
54.9
59.0
63.8
46.2
52.3
57.5
62.7
915/0.12
57
29.4
29.4
28.8
2.24
1.73
53.5
45.5
27.9
27.9
27.3
2.25
1.78
53.9
45.7
26.2
26.2
25.6
2.24
1.81
54.5
46.0
24.5
24.5
23.9
2.22
1.84
55.1
46.3
22.7
22.7
22.2
2.18
1.85
55.8
46.6
20.9
20.9
20.4
2.11
1.81
56.6
47.0
19.2
19.2
18.7
1.97
1.72
57.5
47.4
17.5
17.5
17.0
1.83
1.62
58.4
47.8
62
29.9
27.3
29.2
2.24
1.73
55.5
51.6
28.4
26.7
27.7
2.25
1.78
55.0
51.7
26.5
25.5
25.9
2.24
1.82
55.1
52.0
24.7
24.3
24.1
2.23
1.85
55.3
52.3
22.8
22.7
22.2
2.18
1.85
55.8
52.7
20.9
20.9
20.4
2.11
1.81
56.6
53.1
19.2
19.2
18.7
1.97
1.72
57.5
53.4
17.5
17.5
17.0
1.83
1.62
58.4
53.8
67
31.8
22.1
31.2
2.26
1.75
60.3
57.1
30.3
21.6
29.6
2.27
1.80
59.9
57.2
28.4
20.8
27.8
2.26
1.83
59.9
57.4
26.6
19.9
26.0
2.24
1.86
59.8
57.7
24.5
18.9
24.0
2.20
1.86
60.0
58.0
22.5
17.7
22.0
2.12
1.83
60.3
58.4
20.5
16.6
20.0
1.99
1.74
60.7
58.8
18.5
15.4
18.1
1.85
1.64
61.1
59.2
72
33.0
16.8
32.3
2.27
1.76
65.1
62.9
31.9
16.5
31.3
2.29
1.82
64.8
62.8
30.3
15.9
29.7
2.28
1.85
64.7
62.9
28.6
15.3
28.0
2.27
1.89
64.6
63.1
26.6
14.5
26.0
2.23
1.89
64.8
63.3
24.5
13.6
24.0
2.15
1.86
65.0
63.7
22.4
12.7
21.9
2.01
1.76
65.4
64.0
20.4
11.8
19.9
1.87
1.67
65.7
64.4
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 13* — IN-CEILING CASSETTE SYSTEM (38HDC030 WITH 40QKB036)
Temp (F)
Air Entering
Condenser
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
635/0.08
57
33.1
32.7
32.6
2.10
1.77
41.5
39.2
30.8
30.7
30.3
2.28
1.95
42.2
39.7
28.6
28.5
28.1
2.48
2.16
43.2
40.3
26.3
26.3
25.9
2.68
2.36
44.3
40.9
24.2
24.2
23.8
2.92
2.60
45.4
41.4
22.1
22.1
21.8
3.18
2.87
46.5
42.0
20.2
20.2
19.8
3.49
3.19
47.7
42.6
18.3
18.3
17.9
3.81
3.50
48.8
43.2
62
35.7
28.6
35.2
2.13
1.79
46.4
44.6
33.4
27.1
33.0
2.31
1.98
46.6
45.0
30.9
25.4
30.5
2.52
2.19
47.2
45.7
28.4
23.7
28.0
2.73
2.41
47.8
46.3
25.9
22.0
25.5
2.96
2.64
48.5
47.0
23.5
20.3
23.1
3.22
2.91
49.3
47.7
21.3
18.8
20.9
3.53
3.22
50.0
48.4
19.1
17.2
18.7
3.83
3.53
50.7
49.1
67
38.1
24.0
37.6
2.15
1.81
52.0
50.5
36.0
22.8
35.5
2.34
2.01
52.0
50.7
33.6
21.6
33.2
2.56
2.23
52.3
51.1
31.2
20.3
30.8
2.78
2.46
52.6
51.5
28.6
18.8
28.2
3.03
2.71
53.3
52.1
25.9
17.3
25.6
3.29
2.98
54.0
52.8
23.5
15.9
23.1
3.59
3.29
54.7
53.5
21.0
14.5
20.7
3.90
3.60
55.4
54.2
72
39.2
19.0
38.7
2.16
1.83
57.9
57.0
38.1
18.5
37.6
2.36
2.03
57.5
56.7
36.0
17.5
35.5
2.59
2.27
57.7
56.9
33.8
16.5
33.4
2.82
2.50
57.8
57.0
31.3
15.3
30.8
3.08
2.76
58.3
57.5
28.6
14.1
28.2
3.36
3.05
58.8
58.0
25.9
12.9
25.5
3.68
3.37
59.5
58.7
23.2
11.7
22.9
3.99
3.69
60.2
59.4
Air Entering Evaporator — Cfm/BF
745/0.10
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
34.6
36.8
38.8
39.4
34.6
30.5
25.0
19.3
34.0
36.2
38.2
38.8
2.14
2.16
2.18
2.19
1.78
1.80
1.82
1.83
45.3
49.5
55.1
60.9
41.4
47.1
53.0
59.5
32.6
34.5
37.0
38.7
32.6
29.2
24.2
19.1
32.0
34.0
36.5
38.1
2.33
2.34
2.37
2.40
1.98
1.99
2.02
2.04
45.8
49.5
54.8
60.3
41.7
47.4
53.0
59.1
30.3
32.0
34.6
36.6
30.3
27.5
22.9
18.2
29.7
31.5
34.1
36.1
2.54
2.56
2.59
2.63
2.19
2.21
2.25
2.28
46.8
49.9
55.0
60.3
42.2
47.9
53.3
59.2
27.9
29.5
32.2
34.6
27.9
25.8
21.6
17.3
27.4
29.0
31.7
34.1
2.74
2.77
2.82
2.85
2.40
2.43
2.47
2.51
47.8
50.3
55.1
60.3
42.7
48.4
53.7
59.3
25.6
26.9
29.6
32.1
25.6
23.9
20.2
16.2
25.1
26.4
29.1
31.7
2.98
3.01
3.07
3.12
2.64
2.67
2.73
2.78
48.8
50.9
55.6
60.5
43.2
49.0
54.2
59.6
23.4
24.3
26.8
29.4
23.4
22.1
18.6
14.9
23.0
23.9
26.4
28.9
3.24
3.26
3.34
3.40
2.90
2.93
3.00
3.06
49.8
51.6
56.2
61.0
43.7
49.6
54.8
60.0
21.4
22.0
24.2
26.6
21.4
20.4
17.1
13.7
21.0
21.6
23.8
26.2
3.55
3.57
3.64
3.72
3.22
3.24
3.31
3.39
50.9
52.2
56.8
61.6
44.2
50.2
55.4
60.6
19.3
19.7
21.7
23.9
19.3
18.7
15.6
12.4
18.9
19.3
21.3
23.5
3.86
3.88
3.95
4.04
3.54
3.55
3.63
3.71
52.0
52.9
57.4
62.2
44.8
50.8
56.0
61.2
915/0.12
57
36.5
36.5
35.8
2.19
1.80
50.3
44.0
34.5
34.5
33.8
2.38
1.99
50.6
44.1
32.2
32.2
31.6
2.60
2.21
51.3
44.4
29.9
29.9
29.3
2.82
2.44
51.9
44.8
27.4
27.4
26.8
3.06
2.68
52.9
45.2
25.1
25.1
24.5
3.32
2.95
53.8
45.7
22.8
22.8
22.3
3.63
3.27
54.8
46.1
20.6
20.6
20.1
3.94
3.58
55.8
46.6
62
37.7
32.8
36.9
2.21
1.81
53.3
49.9
35.7
31.9
35.0
2.39
2.00
52.9
50.0
33.2
30.3
32.5
2.62
2.23
53.0
50.4
30.7
28.6
30.1
2.84
2.45
53.2
50.7
28.0
26.6
27.4
3.07
2.69
53.7
51.2
25.4
24.6
24.8
3.33
2.96
54.3
51.7
23.0
22.6
22.4
3.64
3.27
55.1
52.2
20.6
20.6
20.1
3.94
3.58
55.8
52.7
67
39.0
26.0
38.3
2.22
1.82
59.1
55.9
38.0
25.9
37.3
2.43
2.03
58.1
55.6
35.6
24.7
35.0
2.65
2.26
58.1
55.9
33.2
23.5
32.6
2.87
2.49
58.1
56.1
30.6
22.1
30.0
3.12
2.75
58.3
56.4
27.8
20.5
27.2
3.40
3.03
58.7
56.9
25.1
18.9
24.6
3.71
3.34
59.2
57.4
22.4
17.3
21.9
4.01
3.65
59.7
57.9
72
40.2
20.1
39.5
2.24
1.84
63.9
61.9
39.1
19.7
38.4
2.44
2.05
63.5
61.7
37.4
19.1
36.7
2.68
2.29
63.2
61.6
35.6
18.4
35.0
2.91
2.53
63.0
61.6
33.0
17.2
32.4
3.17
2.79
63.2
61.9
30.2
16.0
29.7
3.45
3.08
63.5
62.2
27.4
14.8
26.9
3.78
3.41
63.9
62.7
24.7
13.5
24.2
4.11
3.75
64.3
63.1
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 14* — IN-CEILING CASSETTE SYSTEM (38HDC036 WITH 40QKB036)
Temp (F)
Air Entering
Condenser
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
635/0.02
57
37.5
35.9
37.0
2.08
1.77
37.6
36.2
35.1
33.9
34.6
2.28
1.97
37.9
36.7
32.6
31.9
32.1
2.51
2.21
38.3
37.2
30.1
29.9
29.7
2.74
2.45
38.7
37.7
27.4
27.4
27.0
2.98
2.70
39.8
38.5
24.8
24.8
24.4
3.24
2.97
41.2
39.3
22.3
22.3
21.9
3.51
3.24
42.8
40.1
19.9
19.9
19.6
3.75
3.49
44.3
40.9
62
39.3
30.6
38.8
2.10
1.79
44.0
42.5
37.4
29.4
36.9
2.31
2.00
43.6
42.4
34.9
27.7
34.5
2.54
2.24
43.8
42.8
32.5
26.1
32.0
2.76
2.47
44.0
43.2
29.6
24.1
29.2
3.01
2.73
44.7
43.9
26.7
22.1
26.3
3.26
2.99
45.5
44.8
23.9
20.2
23.5
3.53
3.26
46.3
45.7
21.0
18.2
20.7
3.79
3.53
47.4
46.7
67
40.8
25.3
40.3
2.12
1.81
50.3
48.9
39.0
24.3
38.6
2.33
2.02
50.0
48.8
36.8
23.1
36.3
2.56
2.26
50.0
49.0
34.5
21.8
34.0
2.80
2.51
50.0
49.2
31.6
20.2
31.2
3.05
2.76
50.5
49.7
28.7
18.6
28.4
3.31
3.03
51.1
50.4
26.0
17.0
25.6
3.58
3.31
51.7
51.1
22.7
15.2
22.4
3.83
3.57
52.9
52.2
72
41.7
20.2
41.2
2.13
1.82
56.4
55.8
40.9
19.7
40.4
2.36
2.05
55.7
55.1
38.6
18.7
38.2
2.60
2.30
55.8
55.2
36.4
17.6
36.0
2.83
2.54
55.9
55.3
33.4
16.2
33.0
3.09
2.80
56.4
55.8
30.4
14.8
30.0
3.35
3.07
57.1
56.5
27.3
13.5
27.0
3.62
3.35
57.8
57.2
24.5
12.2
24.2
3.90
3.64
58.4
57.8
Air Entering Evaporator — Cfm/BF
745/0.03
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
38.9
40.6
41.8
42.6
38.4
32.7
26.4
20.8
38.3
40.1
41.3
42.0
2.12
2.14
2.16
2.17
1.78
1.80
1.82
1.83
41.3
47.2
53.6
59.3
39.1
45.2
51.7
58.2
36.5
38.4
39.6
41.1
36.4
31.3
25.2
20.1
36.0
37.8
39.0
40.6
2.32
2.34
2.36
2.38
1.99
2.01
2.03
2.05
41.5
47.0
53.5
59.0
39.4
45.3
51.8
58.0
34.1
35.9
37.5
39.2
34.0
29.6
24.2
19.2
33.5
35.4
36.9
38.6
2.55
2.57
2.60
2.63
2.23
2.25
2.28
2.31
42.1
47.0
53.2
58.9
39.7
45.6
51.8
57.9
31.6
33.4
35.4
37.2
31.6
28.0
23.1
18.3
31.1
32.9
34.9
36.7
2.77
2.80
2.83
2.87
2.46
2.49
2.52
2.56
42.8
47.1
53.0
58.7
40.1
45.9
51.8
57.9
29.0
30.7
32.6
33.9
29.0
26.1
21.6
16.8
28.6
30.2
32.1
33.4
3.02
3.05
3.09
3.12
2.72
2.75
2.78
2.81
43.8
47.4
53.2
59.2
40.6
46.4
52.2
58.4
26.4
27.7
29.7
31.0
26.4
24.1
19.9
15.5
25.9
27.3
29.3
30.6
3.28
3.31
3.35
3.39
2.98
3.01
3.06
3.09
45.0
48.0
53.6
59.6
41.2
47.1
52.7
58.8
23.7
24.7
26.6
27.9
23.7
22.0
18.2
14.1
23.3
24.3
26.2
27.5
3.55
3.57
3.62
3.66
3.26
3.28
3.33
3.37
46.3
48.8
54.3
60.2
41.9
47.9
53.4
59.4
21.1
21.8
23.7
25.0
21.1
20.0
16.5
12.8
20.7
21.4
23.3
24.6
3.82
3.84
3.89
3.94
3.54
3.56
3.61
3.66
47.8
49.6
54.9
60.7
42.7
48.7
54.1
59.9
915/0.04
57
40.1
40.1
39.4
2.17
1.80
47.3
42.4
38.2
38.2
37.5
2.37
2.01
47.3
42.4
35.8
35.8
35.1
2.60
2.25
47.7
42.6
33.4
33.4
32.8
2.83
2.49
48.1
42.8
30.7
30.7
30.1
3.08
2.74
48.9
43.2
28.1
28.1
27.6
3.35
3.02
49.7
43.6
25.4
25.4
24.9
3.62
3.30
50.7
44.2
22.7
22.7
22.2
3.90
3.59
51.9
44.7
62
41.3
34.8
40.6
2.18
1.81
51.7
48.6
39.1
33.5
38.4
2.39
2.02
51.3
48.6
36.5
31.9
35.8
2.61
2.26
51.2
48.9
33.9
30.2
33.3
2.84
2.49
51.2
49.2
31.6
28.8
31.0
3.10
2.76
50.8
49.3
28.7
26.8
28.2
3.36
3.03
51.1
49.8
25.7
24.6
25.2
3.63
3.31
51.6
50.3
22.7
22.3
22.3
3.90
3.59
52.3
51.0
67
42.5
27.7
41.8
2.20
1.83
57.6
54.7
40.2
26.5
39.5
2.40
2.04
57.4
54.8
38.2
25.7
37.6
2.64
2.29
56.9
54.8
36.2
24.8
35.6
2.88
2.54
56.4
54.7
33.6
23.4
33.0
3.14
2.81
56.4
54.9
30.6
21.8
30.1
3.41
3.08
56.6
55.3
27.6
20.1
27.1
3.68
3.36
57.0
55.8
24.5
18.3
24.0
3.96
3.65
57.4
56.4
72
43.7
21.7
43.0
2.22
1.84
62.6
60.8
41.4
20.6
40.7
2.42
2.06
62.6
60.9
39.4
19.8
38.8
2.67
2.31
62.4
60.8
37.4
19.0
36.8
2.91
2.57
62.1
60.8
34.5
17.7
33.9
3.17
2.83
62.3
61.1
31.6
16.4
31.0
3.43
3.11
62.6
61.4
28.6
15.1
28.1
3.71
3.39
62.8
61.8
25.7
13.8
25.2
4.00
3.69
63.2
62.2
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Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btu/hour)
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES
SYSTEM 15* – 38HDL018 WITH 40QNB024
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
CONDENSER
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
BF —
CMP —
Edb —
Ewb —
kW —
LDB —
LWB —
SHG —
TC —
TCG —
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
456/0.04
57
17.3
17.3
17.2
1.10
0.937
40.1
38.8
16.8
14.9
16.6
1.23
1.06
41.4
39.5
16.2
16.2
16.1
1.34
1.17
42.6
40.1
15.7
15.7
15.6
1.47
1.30
43.8
40.8
15.1
15.1
15.0
1.60
1.43
45.2
41.5
14.5
14.5
14.3
1.75
1.59
46.7
42.3
13.8
13.8
13.7
1.93
1.76
48.2
43.0
13.2
13.2
13.0
2.13
1.96
49.7
43.8
62
18.7
15.5
18.6
1.12
0.953
44.5
44.2
18.2
13.6
18.1
1.23
1.06
45.0
44.7
17.5
14.9
17.4
1.36
1.19
45.8
45.5
16.8
14.6
16.6
1.49
1.32
46.6
46.3
16.0
14.2
15.8
1.62
1.46
47.5
47.2
15.2
13.8
15.0
1.77
1.61
48.4
48.1
14.3
13.4
14.2
1.94
1.78
49.3
48.9
13.4
13.0
13.3
2.14
1.97
50.2
49.9
67
20.0
13.0
19.9
1.14
0.971
50.2
49.9
19.8
11.6
19.7
1.25
1.08
50.2
50.0
19.4
12.9
19.2
1.37
1.21
50.6
50.5
18.7
12.6
18.5
1.52
1.35
51.3
51.2
17.9
12.2
17.7
1.68
1.51
52.1
52.0
17.0
11.9
16.9
1.83
1.66
52.9
52.8
16.1
11.5
15.9
2.00
1.84
53.8
53.7
15.2
11.1
15.0
2.20
2.03
54.7
54.6
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
AIR ENTERING EVAPORATOR — CFM/BF
502/0.04
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
72
57
62
67
72
57
21.0
18.0
19.1
20.2
21.2
18.5
10.6
18.0
16.2
13.4
10.8
18.5
20.8
17.8
18.9
20.1
21.0
18.4
1.15
1.11
1.12
1.14
1.15
1.12
0.984
0.944
0.958
0.974
0.987
0.950
56.2
42.4
46.3
52.1
57.9
44.6
56.0
40.0
45.7
51.5
57.5
41.2
21.1
17.5
18.7
20.2
21.3
18.1
9.5
15.6
14.3
12.1
9.7
16.1
21.0
17.3
18.5
20.0
21.2
18.0
1.27
1.22
1.23
1.25
1.27
1.23
1.10
1.05
1.07
1.09
1.10
1.06
55.9
43.4
46.5
51.9
57.6
45.4
55.9
40.6
46.1
51.5
57.4
41.6
21.0
16.9
18.0
19.8
21.2
17.6
10.6
16.9
15.7
13.5
10.9
17.6
20.8
16.8
17.8
19.6
21.1
17.4
1.40
1.36
1.36
1.38
1.40
1.36
1.23
1.19
1.19
1.21
1.23
1.19
56.0
44.6
47.2
52.1
57.6
46.5
56.0
41.2
46.8
51.9
57.5
42.1
20.6
16.4
17.2
19.1
20.9
16.9
10.5
16.4
15.4
13.2
10.8
16.9
20.4
16.2
17.0
18.9
20.7
16.8
1.54
1.48
1.50
1.52
1.54
1.49
1.37
1.31
1.33
1.35
1.38
1.33
56.4
45.8
47.9
52.6
57.8
47.7
56.4
41.8
47.6
52.5
57.8
42.7
19.9
15.7
16.4
18.3
20.3
16.3
10.2
15.7
15.0
12.9
10.6
16.3
19.7
15.6
16.3
18.1
20.1
16.2
1.70
1.62
1.64
1.68
1.70
1.64
1.53
1.45
1.47
1.52
1.54
1.47
57.0
47.1
48.7
53.4
58.3
48.8
57.0
42.5
48.3
53.2
58.3
43.3
19.1
15.1
15.5
17.4
19.5
15.6
9.9
15.1
14.6
12.5
10.3
15.6
18.9
14.9
15.4
17.3
19.3
15.5
1.88
1.77
1.79
1.85
1.89
1.79
1.72
1.60
1.62
1.68
1.72
1.62
57.7
48.5
49.5
54.1
58.9
50.2
57.7
43.2
49.1
54.0
58.9
44.0
18.2
14.4
14.7
16.5
18.6
14.9
9.5
14.4
14.2
12.1
10.0
14.9
18.0
14.3
14.5
16.3
18.4
14.8
2.09
1.95
1.96
2.02
2.10
1.96
1.92
1.78
1.79
1.85
1.93
1.80
58.5
49.9
50.4
54.9
59.6
51.5
58.5
43.9
50.0
54.8
59.6
44.7
17.2
13.7
13.9
15.5
17.6
14.3
9.2
13.7
13.9
11.7
9.6
14.3
17.0
13.5
13.7
15.3
17.5
14.2
2.29
2.14
2.10
2.21
2.31
2.12
2.12
1.98
1.94
2.05
2.15
1.96
59.3
51.4
51.0
55.8
60.3
52.7
59.3
44.6
50.7
55.6
60.3
45.2
550/0.05
62
19.4
16.8
19.2
1.13
0.963
47.9
47.1
19.0
15.0
18.9
1.24
1.07
47.9
47.4
18.3
16.6
18.2
1.36
1.19
48.4
48.0
17.6
16.2
17.4
1.51
1.34
49.1
48.7
16.8
15.8
16.6
1.65
1.48
49.8
49.3
15.9
15.4
15.8
1.80
1.63
50.6
50.1
15.0
14.9
14.9
1.97
1.80
51.5
50.8
14.2
14.2
14.0
2.16
2.00
53.0
51.5
67
20.4
13.8
20.3
1.14
0.977
53.8
52.9
20.5
12.5
20.3
1.26
1.09
53.4
52.9
20.1
14.0
20.0
1.38
1.21
53.4
53.2
19.5
13.8
19.3
1.52
1.36
53.9
53.7
17.6
12.7
17.4
1.69
1.52
54.5
54.3
17.8
13.1
17.6
1.86
1.70
55.2
55.0
16.8
12.7
16.7
2.03
1.86
55.9
55.7
15.8
12.3
15.6
2.22
2.06
56.7
56.5
72
21.3
11.0
21.2
1.16
0.990
59.5
58.9
21.5
9.9
21.4
1.27
1.11
59.2
58.8
21.5
11.2
21.3
1.41
1.24
59.0
58.8
21.1
11.2
21.0
1.55
1.38
59.1
59.0
20.6
11.0
20.4
1.71
1.54
59.4
59.4
19.9
10.7
19.7
1.89
1.73
59.9
59.9
18.9
10.4
18.8
2.10
1.94
60.6
60.6
17.9
10.0
17.8
2.33
2.16
61.3
61.2
Rating Condition
Not recommended for long-term operation
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 16* – 38HDL024 WITH 40QNB024
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
CONDENSER
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
BF —
CMP —
Edb —
Ewb —
kW —
LDB —
LWB —
SHG —
TC —
TCG —
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
456/0.04
57
21.4
20.2
21.3
1.24
1.09
34.9
34.4
20.7
19.8
20.5
1.40
1.25
35.9
35.4
19.8
19.3
19.7
1.55
1.40
37.0
36.5
19.0
18.8
18.8
1.71
1.56
38.1
37.5
18.1
18.1
17.9
1.88
1.73
39.7
38.6
17.2
17.2
17.1
2.07
1.92
41.6
39.6
16.3
16.3
16.2
2.26
2.11
43.6
40.7
15.4
15.4
15.2
2.46
2.32
45.8
41.8
62
23.1
17.9
23.0
1.25
1.11
40.3
39.9
22.8
17.8
22.6
1.40
1.25
40.5
40.3
21.9
17.3
21.8
1.58
1.43
41.5
41.3
21.0
16.9
20.8
1.75
1.60
42.6
42.3
20.0
16.4
19.8
1.93
1.78
43.7
43.5
18.9
15.8
18.7
2.12
1.97
44.9
44.7
17.7
15.2
17.5
2.31
2.16
46.2
46.0
16.3
14.6
16.2
2.50
2.35
47.6
47.4
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
67
24.1
15.1
24.0
1.27
1.12
46.8
46.3
24.5
15.4
24.4
1.42
1.27
46.0
45.9
24.2
15.3
24.1
1.59
1.44
46.3
46.2
23.3
14.9
23.2
1.78
1.63
47.2
47.1
22.3
14.4
22.2
1.99
1.84
48.3
48.2
21.2
13.8
21.0
2.18
2.03
49.4
49.4
20.0
13.3
19.8
2.39
2.24
50.6
50.5
18.6
12.7
18.5
2.59
2.45
51.9
51.8
72
24.4
12.2
24.3
1.28
1.13
54.3
53.8
25.6
12.6
25.4
1.43
1.29
52.4
52.4
25.9
12.7
25.7
1.60
1.46
52.1
52.1
25.6
12.6
25.5
1.80
1.65
52.4
52.4
24.8
12.3
24.6
2.01
1.86
53.2
53.2
23.7
11.8
23.6
2.24
2.09
54.2
54.2
22.5
11.3
22.3
2.47
2.33
55.3
55.3
21.1
10.8
21.0
2.69
2.55
56.5
56.5
AIR ENTERING EVAPORATOR — CFM/BF
502/0.04
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
22.1
23.5
24.2
24.3
21.3
18.5
15.4
12.3
21.9
23.3
24.1
24.1
1.25
1.26
1.27
1.28
1.10
1.11
1.12
1.13
36.8
42.7
49.1
56.0
36.1
42.0
48.1
54.7
21.4
23.4
24.9
25.7
20.9
18.7
15.8
12.8
21.2
23.3
24.7
25.5
1.39
1.41
1.42
1.44
1.25
1.26
1.27
1.29
37.6
42.3
48.2
54.7
37.0
42.0
47.9
54.2
20.5
22.6
24.8
26.2
20.3
18.3
15.9
13.0
20.4
22.5
24.6
26.0
1.56
1.58
1.59
1.61
1.41
1.43
1.44
1.46
38.9
43.1
48.1
54.1
37.9
42.8
48.0
54.1
19.7
21.6
24.0
26.1
19.7
17.8
15.5
13.0
19.5
21.5
23.9
25.9
1.72
1.76
1.78
1.80
1.58
1.62
1.64
1.65
40.1
44.1
48.8
54.2
38.8
43.8
48.7
54.2
18.9
20.6
23.0
25.4
18.9
17.3
15.1
12.7
18.7
20.4
22.8
25.2
1.90
1.94
2.00
2.01
1.75
1.79
1.85
1.86
41.8
45.2
49.8
54.8
39.7
44.9
49.7
54.8
18.0
19.5
21.8
24.3
18.0
16.7
14.5
12.3
17.9
19.3
21.6
24.2
2.09
2.13
2.20
2.24
1.94
1.98
2.05
2.10
43.5
46.3
50.8
55.6
40.6
46.0
50.7
55.6
17.1
18.2
20.5
23.1
17.1
16.1
14.0
11.8
16.9
18.0
20.4
22.9
2.29
2.32
2.40
2.50
2.14
2.18
2.25
2.35
45.4
47.5
52.0
56.6
41.6
47.2
51.8
56.6
16.1
16.8
19.2
21.7
16.1
15.4
13.4
11.2
15.9
16.6
19.0
21.5
2.49
2.52
2.61
2.72
2.34
2.37
2.47
2.57
47.5
48.8
53.1
57.7
42.7
48.5
53.0
57.7
550/0.05
57
22.6
22.3
22.5
1.25
1.10
38.8
37.8
21.2
21.0
21.0
1.40
1.25
61.6
60.8
20.5
20.5
20.3
1.56
1.41
60.6
60.6
20.5
20.5
20.3
1.74
1.59
42.1
39.9
19.7
19.7
19.5
1.92
1.77
43.7
40.7
18.8
18.8
18.6
2.11
1.96
45.3
41.5
17.8
17.8
17.6
2.31
2.16
47.1
42.5
16.7
16.7
16.6
2.52
2.37
49.1
43.5
62
23.8
19.1
23.6
1.26
1.11
44.9
43.8
23.9
19.5
23.7
1.41
1.26
44.1
43.6
23.2
19.2
23.0
1.58
1.43
44.6
44.3
22.2
18.7
22.0
1.78
1.63
45.5
45.2
21.1
18.2
21.0
1.96
1.81
46.5
46.1
19.9
17.6
19.8
2.15
2.00
47.5
47.1
18.7
17.0
18.5
2.34
2.20
48.6
48.2
17.2
16.3
17.1
2.54
2.39
49.9
49.4
67
24.3
15.7
24.1
1.27
1.12
51.5
50.1
25.2
16.2
25.0
1.43
1.28
50.3
49.7
25.2
16.5
25.1
1.60
1.45
49.9
49.6
24.4
16.2
24.3
1.80
1.65
49.4
50.8
22.6
15.1
22.4
2.00
1.86
51.1
51.0
22.3
15.2
22.2
2.22
2.07
52.1
52.0
21.0
14.7
20.9
2.42
2.27
53.2
53.0
19.6
14.1
19.5
2.63
2.48
54.2
54.0
72
24.1
12.3
24.0
1.28
1.13
58.6
56.9
25.7
13.0
25.6
1.44
1.29
56.9
56.1
26.4
13.3
26.2
1.61
1.47
55.9
55.8
26.4
13.4
26.2
1.81
1.66
55.8
55.8
25.8
13.1
25.7
2.02
1.87
56.2
56.2
24.9
12.7
24.7
2.25
2.10
56.9
56.9
23.6
12.2
23.4
2.50
2.35
57.8
57.8
22.2
11.7
22.0
2.74
2.59
58.8
58.8
Rating Condition
Not recommended for long-term operation
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 17* – 38HDL018 WITH 40QAB024ƒ
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
CONDENSER
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
BF —
CMP —
Edb —
Ewb —
kW —
LDB —
LWB —
SHG —
TC —
TCG —
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
320/0.02
57
15.3
14.3
15.1
1.14
0.929
32.9
32.9
14.8
14.0
14.6
1.22
1.018
33.9
33.9
14.3
13.7
14.0
1.33
1.12
35.0
34.9
13.7
13.3
13.4
1.45
1.24
36.2
36.1
13.1
13.0
12.8
1.58
1.37
37.4
37.2
12.5
12.5
12.2
1.72
1.52
39.2
38.3
11.9
11.9
11.6
1.89
1.68
41.0
39.3
11.4
11.4
11.1
2.08
1.87
42.8
40.3
62
17.0
13.0
16.7
1.13
0.925
37.5
37.5
16.4
12.6
16.1
1.26
1.048
38.5
38.5
15.8
12.3
15.6
1.36
1.16
39.6
39.6
15.2
12.0
15.0
1.48
1.27
40.6
40.6
14.6
11.7
14.3
1.61
1.41
41.8
41.8
13.9
11.3
13.6
1.76
1.56
43.0
43.0
13.1
11.0
12.9
1.93
1.72
44.2
44.2
12.3
10.6
12.1
2.12
1.91
45.5
45.5
67
18.6
11.5
18.4
1.15
0.943
42.6
42.6
18.2
11.3
18.0
1.26
1.050
43.3
43.3
17.6
11.0
17.4
1.38
1.18
44.2
44.2
17.0
10.6
16.7
1.52
1.32
45.3
45.3
16.3
10.3
16.0
1.66
1.45
46.4
46.4
15.6
10.0
15.3
1.81
1.61
47.5
47.5
14.8
9.6
14.5
1.98
1.78
48.7
48.7
14.1
9.3
13.9
2.14
1.93
49.7
49.7
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
20.1
9.8
19.8
1.17
0.963
48.4
48.4
19.9
9.7
19.6
1.28
1.071
48.7
48.7
19.5
9.5
19.2
1.40
1.20
49.2
49.2
18.9
9.2
18.6
1.54
1.34
50.1
50.1
18.2
8.9
17.9
1.71
1.50
51.2
51.2
17.5
8.6
17.2
1.88
1.67
52.2
52.2
16.7
8.3
16.4
2.05
1.84
53.3
53.3
15.8
7.9
15.5
2.25
2.04
54.5
54.5
AIR ENTERING EVAPORATOR — CFM/BF
400/0.03
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
57
16.6
18.2
19.7
20.8
18.0
16.3
14.6
12.5
10.3
18.0
16.4
18.0
19.4
20.6
17.8
1.13
1.15
1.17
1.18
1.14
0.920
0.939
0.958
0.975
0.937
37.0
41.7
47.3
53.3
41.9
36.7
41.7
47.2
53.3
39.8
16.0
17.7
19.4
20.8
17.6
16.0
14.3
12.4
10.3
17.6
15.8
17.4
19.1
20.6
17.3
1.25
1.25
1.27
1.29
1.25
1.044
1.044
1.065
1.09
1.043
37.9
42.4
47.5
53.3
42.9
37.6
42.4
47.5
53.3
40.3
15.5
17.0
18.9
20.6
17.1
15.5
14.0
12.2
10.2
17.1
15.2
16.8
18.6
20.3
16.8
1.36
1.39
1.40
1.42
1.38
1.15
1.18
1.19
1.21
1.18
39.2
43.3
48.1
53.5
44.0
38.4
43.3
48.1
53.5
40.9
15.0
16.4
18.3
20.1
16.5
15.0
13.6
11.9
10.0
16.5
14.7
16.1
18.0
19.9
16.2
1.47
1.51
1.54
1.56
1.51
1.27
1.30
1.33
1.35
1.31
40.6
44.2
48.9
54.0
45.2
39.1
44.2
48.9
54.0
41.5
14.4
15.6
17.5
19.5
15.9
14.4
13.3
11.5
9.8
15.9
14.1
15.4
17.2
19.2
15.6
1.61
1.64
1.70
1.72
1.65
1.40
1.43
1.49
1.51
1.44
42.1
45.2
49.9
54.8
46.5
39.9
45.1
49.9
54.8
42.2
13.9
14.9
16.7
18.7
15.3
13.9
12.9
11.2
9.4
15.3
13.6
14.6
16.4
18.4
15.0
1.76
1.79
1.85
1.91
1.80
1.56
1.58
1.64
1.70
1.60
43.6
46.2
50.8
55.6
47.9
40.7
46.1
50.8
55.6
42.9
13.3
14.2
15.8
17.8
14.7
13.3
12.6
10.8
9.1
14.7
13.0
13.9
15.6
17.6
14.4
1.93
1.94
2.02
2.10
1.96
1.73
1.73
1.81
1.90
1.76
45.2
46.9
51.8
56.5
49.0
41.5
46.9
51.8
56.5
43.4
12.6
13.2
14.9
17.0
13.9
12.6
12.1
10.4
8.8
13.9
12.4
13.0
14.7
16.7
13.6
2.13
2.15
2.22
2.30
2.18
1.92
1.95
2.01
2.10
1.97
46.9
48.2
52.8
57.4
50.8
42.4
48.1
52.8
57.4
44.3
500/0.03
62
19.1
16.2
18.8
1.16
0.951
45.8
45.5
18.8
16.1
18.5
1.26
1.057
46.0
45.9
18.1
15.9
17.9
1.39
1.18
46.6
46.5
17.4
15.5
17.1
1.53
1.33
47.4
47.3
16.6
15.1
16.3
1.67
1.47
48.2
48.0
15.8
14.7
15.5
1.82
1.61
49.0
48.8
14.9
14.3
14.6
1.99
1.78
49.9
49.6
14.0
13.9
13.7
2.18
1.97
50.8
50.5
67
20.3
13.6
20.0
1.18
0.968
51.6
51.2
20.3
13.6
20.0
1.29
1.079
51.5
51.3
19.9
13.5
19.6
1.41
1.20
51.7
51.6
19.3
13.3
19.0
1.55
1.34
52.2
52.2
18.1
12.7
17.8
1.71
1.50
52.9
52.9
17.7
12.6
17.4
1.89
1.68
53.6
53.6
16.7
12.2
16.5
2.05
1.85
54.4
54.4
15.8
11.8
15.5
2.25
2.04
55.3
55.3
72
21.4
10.9
21.1
1.19
0.984
57.5
57.2
21.5
11.0
21.2
1.31
1.10
57.2
57.1
21.4
11.0
21.1
1.43
1.23
57.2
57.2
21.0
10.9
20.7
1.57
1.37
57.5
57.5
20.4
10.6
20.2
1.73
1.53
58.0
58.0
19.7
10.4
19.4
1.92
1.71
58.6
58.6
18.8
10.0
18.6
2.13
1.92
59.3
59.3
17.9
9.7
17.6
2.35
2.14
60.0
60.0
Rating Condition
Not recommended for long-term operation
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
†The 40QAB024 unit must be field configured to an 018 size unit by
changing the motor speed fan tap plug. Refer to Installation Instructions for more details.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 18* – 3 8HDL024 WITH 40QAB024
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
CONDENSER
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
BF —
CMP —
Edb —
Ewb —
kW —
LDB —
LWB —
SHG —
TC —
TCG —
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
400/0.03
57
20.8
19.1
20.5
1.28
1.09
31.8
31.7
20.0
18.7
19.7
1.43
1.25
32.9
32.8
19.3
18.2
19.0
1.58
1.39
34.0
33.9
18.4
17.7
18.1
1.74
1.55
35.3
35.2
17.5
17.2
17.2
1.91
1.72
36.7
36.5
16.5
16.5
16.2
2.09
1.90
38.3
37.9
15.6
15.6
15.3
2.28
2.09
40.7
39.2
14.7
14.7
14.4
2.48
2.29
43.0
40.4
62
22.9
17.3
22.6
1.29
1.11
36.5
36.5
22.2
16.9
21.9
1.44
1.26
37.5
37.5
21.3
16.4
21.0
1.62
1.43
38.6
38.6
20.5
16.0
20.2
1.78
1.59
39.8
39.8
19.5
15.5
19.2
1.95
1.77
41.1
41.1
18.4
14.9
18.2
2.14
1.96
42.5
42.5
17.3
14.4
17.1
2.34
2.16
43.9
43.9
16.0
13.7
15.7
2.53
2.34
45.6
45.6
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
67
24.5
15.0
24.2
1.31
1.13
42.4
42.4
24.4
15.0
24.1
1.46
1.27
42.5
42.5
23.7
14.6
23.4
1.63
1.45
43.4
43.4
22.8
14.2
22.5
1.83
1.64
44.5
44.5
21.8
13.7
21.5
2.01
1.82
45.8
45.8
20.7
13.2
20.4
2.21
2.02
47.1
47.1
19.5
12.6
19.2
2.41
2.23
48.4
48.4
18.3
12.1
18.0
2.63
2.44
49.9
49.9
AIR ENTERING EVAPORATOR — CFM/BF
500/0.03
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
72
57
62
67
72
57
25.3
22.5
24.1
25.4
26.2
23.6
12.8
21.7
19.1
16.2
13.4
23.6
25.0
22.2
23.8
25.1
25.9
23.3
1.32
1.29
1.31
1.32
1.34
1.30
1.14
1.10
1.12
1.14
1.15
1.11
48.2
36.1
41.6
47.6
54.0
40.1
48.2
35.7
41.3
47.5
54.0
38.8
26.0
21.7
23.9
25.6
26.7
23.2
12.7
21.3
19.0
16.3
13.3
23.2
25.7
21.4
23.6
25.3
26.4
22.9
1.48
1.44
1.45
1.48
1.49
1.45
1.30
1.26
1.27
1.29
1.31
1.26
48.6
37.0
41.7
47.3
53.7
40.9
48.6
36.7
41.6
47.3
53.7
39.2
25.9
20.8
23.0
25.3
27.0
22.4
12.6
20.7
18.6
16.2
13.4
22.4
25.6
20.5
22.7
25.0
26.7
22.1
1.65
1.61
1.63
1.64
1.67
1.63
1.46
1.42
1.44
1.46
1.48
1.44
48.7
38.1
42.6
47.5
53.4
42.2
48.7
37.6
42.5
47.5
53.4
39.9
25.3
20.0
22.0
24.4
26.7
21.6
12.3
20.0
18.1
15.8
13.3
21.6
25.0
19.7
21.7
24.1
26.4
21.3
1.84
1.77
1.81
1.84
1.86
1.81
1.66
1.59
1.63
1.65
1.67
1.62
49.4
39.6
43.6
48.4
53.7
43.5
49.4
38.5
43.5
48.4
53.7
40.6
24.3
19.2
21.0
23.4
25.9
20.8
11.9
19.2
17.6
15.3
12.9
20.8
24.0
18.9
20.7
23.1
25.6
20.5
2.06
1.95
1.99
2.06
2.07
1.99
1.88
1.76
1.81
1.87
1.89
1.80
50.6
41.2
44.6
49.3
54.3
45.0
50.6
39.4
44.5
49.3
54.3
41.4
23.2
18.3
19.8
22.2
24.8
19.8
11.4
18.3
17.0
14.8
12.5
19.8
22.9
18.0
19.5
21.9
24.5
19.6
2.28
2.14
2.18
2.25
2.31
2.18
2.09
1.96
2.00
2.06
2.13
2.00
51.8
43.0
45.8
50.4
55.3
46.6
51.8
40.4
45.7
50.4
55.3
42.2
22.0
17.4
18.5
20.9
23.5
18.9
10.9
17.4
16.4
14.2
12.0
18.9
21.7
17.1
18.2
20.6
23.2
18.6
2.49
2.35
2.38
2.46
2.55
2.39
2.30
2.16
2.20
2.27
2.36
2.21
53.1
44.8
47.0
51.6
56.3
48.3
53.1
41.3
46.9
51.6
56.3
43.1
20.7
16.4
17.2
19.5
22.1
17.8
10.3
16.4
15.8
13.6
11.4
17.8
20.4
16.1
16.9
19.2
21.8
17.5
2.71
2.55
2.59
2.67
2.77
2.61
2.53
2.36
2.40
2.49
2.59
2.43
54.4
47.0
48.2
52.8
57.4
50.1
54.4
42.4
48.1
52.8
57.4
43.9
600/0.04
62
24.7
20.3
24.4
1.32
1.13
45.8
44.9
24.8
20.8
24.6
1.46
1.28
45.0
44.8
24.2
20.5
23.9
1.64
1.45
45.5
45.3
23.1
20.0
22.8
1.83
1.65
46.3
46.1
22.0
19.5
21.7
2.02
1.83
47.2
47.1
20.8
18.9
20.5
2.21
2.03
48.2
48.0
19.5
18.3
19.2
2.41
2.23
49.3
49.0
18.1
17.6
17.8
2.62
2.44
50.4
50.0
67
25.7
16.7
25.4
1.33
1.15
51.5
51.0
26.1
17.2
25.9
1.48
1.30
51.2
50.7
26.2
17.5
25.9
1.65
1.47
50.8
50.7
25.6
17.2
25.3
1.85
1.66
51.2
51.1
22.8
15.6
22.5
2.06
1.88
52.0
51.9
23.2
16.2
22.9
2.28
2.10
52.9
52.8
21.9
15.7
21.6
2.49
2.30
53.8
53.8
20.4
15.1
20.2
2.71
2.52
54.8
54.8
72
26.8
12.7
26.5
1.35
1.16
57.2
57.0
27.1
12.6
26.8
1.51
1.33
59.5
57.2
27.5
14.0
27.2
1.68
1.49
56.9
56.8
27.5
14.1
27.2
1.87
1.69
56.8
56.8
26.9
13.8
26.6
2.09
1.90
57.1
57.1
25.9
13.4
25.6
2.32
2.13
57.8
57.8
24.6
12.9
24.3
2.57
2.39
58.6
58.6
23.1
12.4
22.8
2.82
2.63
59.6
59.6
Rating Condition
Not recommended for long-term operation
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 19* – 38HDL030 WITH 40QAB036
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
CONDENSER
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
BF —
CMP —
Edb —
Ewb —
kW —
LDB —
LWB —
SHG —
TC —
TCG —
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
640/0.02
57
26.7
26.5
25.8
1.89
1.47
38.4
37.8
25.8
25.8
24.9
2.08
1.67
39.5
38.5
24.9
24.9
24.0
2.35
1.93
41.0
39.3
24.1
24.1
23.3
2.51
2.10
42.3
40.0
23.2
23.2
22.3
2.77
2.36
43.8
40.8
22.1
22.1
21.3
3.02
2.61
45.5
41.6
21.1
21.1
20.2
3.29
2.88
47.2
42.5
19.9
19.9
19.0
3.57
3.16
49.2
43.5
62
28.7
23.3
27.8
1.94
1.52
43.5
43.2
28.2
23.2
27.3
2.12
1.71
43.7
43.6
27.0
22.6
26.2
2.41
1.99
44.6
44.5
26.0
22.1
25.2
2.57
2.16
45.4
45.3
24.9
21.6
24.0
2.84
2.42
46.3
46.2
23.5
20.9
22.6
3.07
2.66
47.4
47.3
21.9
20.2
21.1
3.33
2.91
48.6
48.4
20.4
19.5
19.5
3.60
3.18
49.8
49.5
67
30.6
19.5
29.7
2.00
1.58
49.9
49.0
30.4
19.8
29.5
2.17
1.76
49.2
49.1
29.9
19.6
29.0
2.38
1.97
49.4
49.4
28.8
19.1
28.0
2.69
2.27
50.2
50.2
27.7
18.6
26.8
2.90
2.49
51.0
51.0
26.3
18.0
25.4
3.18
2.77
52.0
52.0
24.8
17.4
23.9
3.45
3.03
53.1
53.0
23.0
16.7
22.2
3.72
3.30
54.2
54.2
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
31.8
15.4
30.9
2.05
1.63
56.9
55.5
31.9
16.0
31.1
2.21
1.80
55.3
55.2
32.0
16.1
31.2
2.44
2.03
55.2
55.1
31.7
16.0
30.8
2.74
2.33
55.4
55.4
30.6
15.5
29.7
3.02
2.60
56.1
56.1
29.3
15.0
28.4
3.31
2.90
56.9
56.9
27.8
14.4
26.9
3.58
3.16
57.8
57.8
26.0
13.8
25.1
3.86
3.45
58.9
58.9
AIR ENTERING EVAPORATOR — CFM/BF
740/0.02
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
27.9
29.3
30.9
31.7
27.9
24.8
20.1
15.4
27.0
28.4
30.0
30.8
1.92
1.95
2.00
2.05
1.50
1.54
1.58
1.64
42.1
46.4
53.0
60.2
39.9
45.8
51.7
58.2
27.4
29.1
31.0
32.1
27.4
24.9
20.8
16.6
26.5
28.2
30.1
31.2
2.11
2.14
2.19
2.24
1.69
1.73
1.77
1.83
42.8
46.2
51.9
58.3
40.3
45.9
51.6
57.8
26.5
28.2
30.7
32.5
26.5
24.6
20.9
16.7
25.6
27.4
29.9
31.6
2.33
2.35
2.40
2.46
1.92
1.94
1.99
2.04
44.1
46.7
51.9
57.7
40.9
46.5
51.7
57.6
25.6
27.0
29.8
32.4
25.6
24.0
20.6
16.8
24.8
26.2
28.9
31.5
2.60
2.61
2.72
2.76
2.18
2.19
2.30
2.34
45.3
47.5
52.3
57.6
41.5
47.2
52.3
57.6
24.7
25.8
28.6
31.6
24.7
23.5
20.1
16.5
23.8
24.9
27.8
30.7
2.83
2.87
2.96
3.05
2.41
2.45
2.55
2.63
46.7
48.3
53.0
58.0
42.2
48.0
52.9
58.0
23.5
24.4
27.2
30.2
23.5
22.8
19.4
15.9
22.7
23.5
26.3
29.4
3.08
3.11
3.22
3.33
2.66
2.70
2.80
2.92
48.2
49.2
53.9
58.8
43.0
48.9
53.8
58.8
22.3
22.8
25.6
28.6
22.3
22.0
18.8
15.3
21.5
21.9
24.7
27.8
3.35
3.36
3.48
3.62
2.93
2.95
3.07
3.21
49.9
50.3
54.8
59.6
43.9
49.9
54.7
59.6
21.1
21.2
23.8
26.8
21.1
21.2
18.1
14.7
20.2
20.3
22.9
26.0
3.63
3.64
3.76
3.90
3.22
3.22
3.34
3.49
51.7
51.5
55.8
60.5
44.7
50.9
55.7
60.5
840/0.03
57
28.8
28.8
27.9
1.94
1.53
45.5
41.6
28.6
28.6
27.7
2.13
1.71
45.8
41.8
27.9
27.9
27.0
2.35
1.93
46.7
42.2
26.9
26.9
26.1
2.64
2.22
47.8
42.8
25.9
25.9
25.0
2.87
2.46
49.1
43.5
24.8
24.8
23.9
3.13
2.71
50.5
44.1
23.5
23.5
22.6
3.39
2.98
52.1
44.9
22.2
22.2
21.3
3.68
3.27
53.7
45.7
62
29.9
26.3
29.0
1.97
1.55
48.5
47.6
29.7
26.5
28.8
2.16
1.74
48.4
47.7
29.0
26.4
28.2
2.37
1.95
48.5
48.1
27.9
25.9
27.0
2.65
2.24
49.1
48.8
26.6
25.2
25.7
2.90
2.48
49.9
49.5
25.1
24.5
24.2
3.14
2.73
50.8
50.3
23.6
23.6
22.7
3.40
2.98
52.0
51.1
22.2
22.2
21.3
3.68
3.27
53.7
51.8
67
31.5
21.1
30.6
2.01
1.59
54.9
53.4
31.3
21.6
30.4
2.20
1.79
54.3
53.5
31.3
22.0
30.4
2.42
2.01
53.9
53.5
30.6
21.9
29.7
2.73
2.31
54.0
53.9
29.0
21.1
28.0
2.98
2.57
54.6
54.5
27.9
20.8
27.0
3.25
2.84
55.3
55.2
26.2
20.1
25.4
3.51
3.10
56.1
56.0
24.5
19.4
23.6
3.80
3.38
57.0
56.8
72
32.4
15.8
31.5
2.05
1.63
61.8
59.6
32.2
16.7
31.4
2.24
1.83
60.7
59.7
32.8
17.2
32.0
2.47
2.05
59.7
59.4
32.7
17.4
31.8
2.77
2.35
59.6
59.4
32.3
17.3
31.4
3.06
2.65
59.6
59.6
30.9
16.8
30.0
3.35
2.94
60.2
60.2
29.3
16.2
28.4
3.66
3.24
60.9
60.9
27.5
15.6
26.6
3.94
3.52
61.7
61.7
Rating Condition
Not recommended for long-term operation
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 20* – 38HDL036 WITH 40QAB036
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
CONDENSER
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
BF —
CMP —
Edb —
Ewb —
kW —
LDB —
LWB —
SHG —
TC —
TCG —
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
640/0.03
57
32.9
30.1
32.1
2.37
2.03
34.0
33.0
31.4
29.4
30.7
2.58
2.23
35.1
34.3
28.4
27.6
27.6
2.78
2.43
37.9
37.0
26.0
26.0
25.4
2.97
2.62
40.3
38.9
24.3
24.3
23.5
3.18
2.83
43.1
40.4
22.7
22.7
22.0
3.38
3.03
45.5
41.6
21.3
21.3
20.6
3.57
3.22
47.7
42.8
20.1
20.1
19.4
3.75
3.40
49.6
43.7
62
34.9
26.2
34.2
2.44
2.09
40.0
38.8
34.9
26.5
34.1
2.65
2.30
39.7
38.9
33.2
25.7
32.4
2.85
2.50
41.0
40.3
30.6
24.3
29.9
3.05
2.70
43.1
42.3
27.4
22.7
26.7
3.27
2.92
45.6
44.8
25.2
21.6
24.5
3.45
3.10
47.3
46.5
23.4
20.8
22.7
3.62
3.26
48.7
47.8
21.5
19.8
20.8
3.78
3.43
50.1
49.1
67
35.1
21.3
34.4
2.44
2.09
47.7
46.3
37.1
22.7
36.4
2.72
2.37
45.7
44.8
36.8
22.6
36.1
2.95
2.60
45.8
45.1
35.0
21.7
34.3
3.16
2.81
47.1
46.4
32.6
20.6
31.9
3.37
3.01
48.9
48.2
29.5
19.2
28.8
3.58
3.22
51.1
50.3
27.3
18.1
26.5
3.76
3.41
52.7
51.9
25.3
17.3
24.5
3.93
3.58
54.0
53.2
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh
72
35.6
16.7
34.9
2.46
2.11
55.0
53.5
37.5
18.0
36.8
2.73
2.38
52.9
52.2
38.8
18.6
38.1
3.01
2.66
52.0
51.3
38.6
18.5
37.9
3.27
2.92
52.1
51.5
36.8
17.8
36.1
3.50
3.15
53.4
52.7
34.9
16.9
34.1
3.69
3.33
54.7
54.0
32.1
15.8
31.3
3.91
3.55
56.5
55.7
29.4
14.8
28.7
4.10
3.74
58.1
57.3
AIR ENTERING EVAPORATOR — CFM/BF
740/0.03
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
34.2
34.8
35.3
35.0
32.3
26.7
21.7
16.5
33.4
33.9
34.5
34.1
2.45
2.47
2.49
2.48
2.07
2.08
2.10
2.09
37.3
44.9
51.8
58.8
35.9
42.8
49.6
56.8
33.2
36.4
37.2
38.5
32.1
28.5
23.1
18.8
32.3
35.5
36.4
37.7
2.65
2.73
2.76
2.81
2.27
2.35
2.37
2.42
37.7
42.6
49.8
55.8
36.7
41.6
48.5
54.9
30.6
35.0
38.3
38.8
30.6
27.7
24.0
18.9
29.7
34.1
37.4
38.0
2.85
2.94
3.04
3.05
2.47
2.55
2.65
2.66
39.8
43.5
48.7
55.6
38.6
42.7
47.8
54.8
28.7
32.4
36.7
39.9
28.7
26.5
23.3
19.4
27.8
31.6
35.8
39.0
3.05
3.14
3.25
3.35
2.67
2.76
2.86
2.96
42.3
45.2
49.6
55.0
40.0
44.4
48.8
54.2
26.4
29.6
34.6
38.4
26.4
25.1
22.4
18.8
25.6
28.8
33.7
37.5
3.27
3.34
3.45
3.58
2.89
2.95
3.06
3.19
45.3
47.1
50.9
55.8
41.6
46.2
50.0
55.0
25.0
26.5
31.9
36.3
25.0
23.7
21.2
17.9
24.2
25.7
31.0
35.4
3.47
3.53
3.65
3.80
3.08
3.15
3.26
3.40
47.3
49.1
52.5
57.0
42.6
48.1
51.6
56.2
23.5
24.4
28.6
34.1
23.5
22.7
19.7
17.0
22.7
23.6
27.7
33.3
3.66
3.70
3.85
3.98
3.27
3.32
3.46
3.59
49.3
50.4
54.4
58.1
43.6
49.3
53.5
57.3
22.0
22.3
26.1
30.9
22.0
21.7
18.8
15.8
21.2
21.4
25.3
30.1
3.85
3.87
4.03
4.19
3.46
3.48
3.64
3.80
51.4
51.8
55.8
59.8
44.6
50.7
54.8
58.9
840/0.04
57
34.9
33.9
33.9
2.51
2.09
40.6
38.5
34.6
34.4
33.7
2.73
2.31
40.1
38.7
33.0
33.0
32.1
2.92
2.50
41.7
39.7
30.8
30.8
29.9
3.14
2.71
44.3
41.0
28.7
28.7
27.7
3.35
2.93
46.9
42.4
26.5
26.5
25.6
3.57
3.15
49.5
43.7
25.0
25.0
24.1
3.76
3.33
51.3
44.5
23.4
23.4
22.4
3.96
3.53
53.3
45.5
62
34.9
27.4
33.9
2.51
2.09
48.5
45.5
36.9
29.7
36.0
2.78
2.36
45.7
44.2
36.3
29.7
35.3
3.01
2.58
45.7
44.6
34.3
28.9
33.4
3.20
2.78
46.8
45.8
31.4
27.4
30.4
3.40
2.98
48.4
47.4
28.1
25.9
27.2
3.60
3.17
50.2
49.2
26.1
25.0
25.1
3.77
3.34
51.4
50.2
23.3
23.3
22.4
3.96
3.53
53.3
51.7
67
35.5
22.2
34.5
2.53
2.11
54.7
52.0
37.4
23.7
36.5
2.80
2.38
53.0
51.0
38.8
24.9
37.8
3.08
2.66
51.5
50.3
38.0
24.7
36.9
3.32
2.89
51.7
50.7
33.0
21.9
32.0
3.53
3.11
52.7
51.8
33.7
22.9
32.7
3.72
3.29
53.8
52.9
30.4
21.5
29.3
3.92
3.49
55.5
54.5
27.2
20.2
26.1
4.11
3.68
57.0
56.0
72
35.4
16.9
34.4
2.53
2.10
61.0
58.8
38.4
18.8
37.5
2.84
2.42
58.7
57.4
40.0
19.6
39.1
3.14
2.71
57.7
56.7
40.5
19.9
39.5
3.41
2.98
57.4
56.5
39.3
19.6
38.4
3.65
3.22
57.9
57.0
37.4
18.8
36.5
3.88
3.45
58.7
57.9
35.2
18.0
34.2
4.07
3.64
59.8
58.9
32.7
17.0
31.7
4.26
3.83
60.9
60.0
Rating Condition
Not recommended for long-term operation
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 21* – 38HDL048 WITH 40QAB048
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
CONDENSER
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
BF —
CMP —
Edb —
Ewb —
kW —
LDB —
LWB —
SHG —
TC —
TCG —
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
1100/0.05
57
44.9
44.9
43.6
3.01
2.33
38.9
38.2
43.5
43.5
42.2
3.35
2.67
40.2
38.9
42.2
42.2
40.9
3.65
2.97
41.4
39.5
40.8
40.8
39.5
3.99
3.31
42.7
40.2
39.3
39.3
38.0
4.36
3.68
44.2
41.0
37.7
37.7
36.3
4.78
4.10
45.7
41.8
35.9
35.9
34.5
5.22
4.54
47.4
42.6
34.0
34.0
32.7
5.70
5.02
49.2
43.5
62
48.7
39.8
47.4
3.07
2.40
43.7
43.4
47.4
39.2
46.0
3.37
2.69
44.2
44.0
45.6
38.3
44.3
3.74
3.06
45.0
44.8
43.8
37.5
42.5
4.09
3.41
45.8
45.6
41.7
36.5
40.4
4.45
3.77
46.8
46.6
39.6
35.5
38.2
4.84
4.16
47.7
47.5
37.3
34.4
35.9
5.27
4.60
48.8
48.5
34.8
33.3
33.4
5.74
5.06
49.9
49.6
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
67
52.1
33.7
50.7
3.14
2.46
49.4
49.1
51.6
33.7
50.3
3.45
2.77
49.4
49.3
50.3
33.1
49.0
3.79
3.11
49.9
49.8
48.6
32.4
47.2
4.18
3.50
50.6
50.6
46.5
31.5
45.2
4.60
3.92
51.4
51.4
44.1
30.5
42.8
5.01
4.33
52.4
52.3
41.7
29.5
40.4
5.45
4.77
53.3
53.3
39.2
28.4
37.9
5.92
5.24
54.3
54.3
72
54.5
27.4
53.2
3.18
2.51
55.4
55.3
54.7
27.5
53.4
3.51
2.83
55.2
55.2
54.2
27.3
52.9
3.86
3.18
55.4
55.4
53.0
26.9
51.7
4.25
3.57
55.8
55.8
51.4
26.2
50.0
4.67
3.99
56.5
56.5
49.3
25.4
48.0
5.13
4.45
57.2
57.2
46.8
24.4
45.5
5.66
4.98
58.1
58.1
44.2
23.4
42.8
6.16
5.48
59.0
59.0
AIR ENTERING EVAPORATOR — CFM/BF
1160/0.05
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
57
45.9
49.3
52.4
54.8
46.4
45.9
40.8
34.3
27.6
46.4
44.5
48.0
51.1
53.5
45.1
3.02
3.09
3.15
3.19
3.03
2.34
2.41
2.47
2.51
2.35
40.2
44.6
50.4
56.4
41.0
38.9
44.3
50.0
56.2
39.3
44.4
48.0
52.1
55.1
45.1
44.4
40.3
34.4
27.9
45.1
43.1
46.7
50.8
53.7
43.7
3.37
3.38
3.46
3.52
3.36
2.69
2.70
2.78
2.84
2.69
41.4
45.1
50.4
56.2
42.2
39.5
44.8
50.2
56.1
39.9
43.1
46.3
50.9
54.6
43.7
43.1
39.5
33.9
27.8
43.7
41.8
45.0
49.6
53.3
42.4
3.68
3.74
3.80
3.87
3.69
3.00
3.06
3.12
3.19
3.02
42.6
45.8
50.7
56.3
43.4
40.2
45.6
50.6
56.3
40.6
41.7
44.4
49.1
53.5
42.3
41.7
38.6
33.2
27.4
42.3
40.4
43.1
47.8
52.2
41.0
4.02
4.10
4.18
4.26
4.04
3.34
3.43
3.50
3.58
3.36
43.8
46.6
51.4
56.7
44.6
40.8
46.4
51.3
56.7
41.2
40.2
42.3
47.1
51.9
40.7
40.2
37.6
32.3
26.7
40.7
38.9
41.0
45.8
50.5
39.4
4.39
4.47
4.61
4.68
4.41
3.72
3.79
3.93
4.00
3.73
45.2
47.5
52.2
57.2
46.0
41.5
47.2
52.1
57.2
41.9
38.4
40.1
44.7
49.8
38.9
38.4
36.6
31.3
25.9
38.9
37.1
38.8
43.4
48.5
37.6
4.80
4.86
5.03
5.13
4.82
4.12
4.19
4.35
4.46
4.14
46.8
48.4
53.1
57.9
47.5
42.3
48.2
53.0
57.9
42.6
36.7
37.8
42.3
47.3
37.2
36.7
35.5
30.3
25.0
37.2
35.3
36.5
41.0
46.0
35.8
5.25
5.30
5.47
5.66
5.27
4.57
4.62
4.79
4.98
4.59
48.4
49.4
54.0
58.8
49.0
43.1
49.1
53.9
58.8
43.4
34.7
35.2
39.7
44.7
35.2
34.7
34.3
29.2
24.0
35.2
33.4
33.9
38.3
43.4
33.9
5.73
5.75
5.94
6.19
5.75
5.06
5.08
5.27
5.51
5.07
50.1
50.5
54.9
59.6
50.7
44.0
50.1
54.8
59.6
44.3
1200/0.06
62
49.6
41.5
48.3
3.09
2.42
45.2
44.9
48.4
41.0
47.1
3.39
2.71
45.6
45.3
46.7
40.2
45.4
3.73
3.06
46.3
46.1
44.7
39.3
43.4
4.11
3.44
47.1
46.8
42.7
38.3
41.3
4.48
3.80
48.0
47.7
40.5
37.3
39.1
4.88
4.20
48.8
48.5
38.1
36.2
36.8
5.31
4.63
49.8
49.4
35.5
35.0
34.2
5.77
5.09
50.9
50.4
67
52.7
34.7
51.3
3.15
2.48
51.1
50.6
52.4
34.8
51.0
3.46
2.78
51.0
50.7
51.3
34.5
49.9
3.81
3.13
51.3
51.2
49.5
33.8
48.2
4.19
3.51
51.9
51.8
45.5
31.5
44.0
4.61
3.93
52.6
52.6
45.1
31.9
43.7
5.04
4.37
53.5
53.4
42.6
30.9
41.3
5.48
4.81
54.4
54.3
40.0
29.8
38.6
5.96
5.28
55.3
55.2
72
54.9
27.8
53.6
3.19
2.51
57.1
56.8
55.3
28.1
54.0
3.52
2.84
56.8
56.7
54.9
28.0
53.5
3.88
3.20
56.9
56.8
53.8
27.7
52.5
4.26
3.58
57.2
57.2
52.1
27.0
50.8
4.68
4.00
57.7
57.7
50.1
26.3
48.8
5.14
4.46
58.4
58.4
47.7
25.3
46.4
5.66
4.99
59.2
59.2
45.1
24.4
43.7
6.21
5.53
60.0
60.0
Rating Condition
Not recommended for long-term operation
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 22* – 38HDL060 WITH 40QAB060
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
CONDENSER
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
BF —
CMP —
Edb —
Ewb —
kW —
LDB —
LWB —
SHG —
TC —
TCG —
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
1040/0.03
57
55.5
52.9
53.5
4.05
3.16
34.6
34.5
53.6
51.8
51.7
4.38
3.50
35.6
35.5
51.7
50.7
49.7
4.72
3.84
36.6
36.4
49.6
49.5
47.7
5.13
4.25
37.6
37.4
47.7
47.7
45.8
5.59
4.71
39.2
38.4
45.9
45.9
43.9
6.09
5.21
40.9
39.2
43.8
43.8
41.8
6.64
5.76
42.7
40.2
41.6
41.6
39.6
7.22
6.34
44.7
41.2
62
61.2
47.5
59.2
4.10
3.22
39.3
39.3
58.9
46.2
56.9
4.50
3.62
40.4
40.4
56.7
45.1
54.7
4.89
4.01
41.4
41.4
54.5
44.0
52.5
5.28
4.40
42.4
42.4
52.1
42.8
50.1
5.73
4.85
43.4
43.4
49.5
41.6
47.6
6.23
5.35
44.5
44.5
46.9
40.3
44.9
6.77
5.89
45.7
45.7
43.9
39.0
41.9
7.33
6.45
46.9
46.9
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
67
66.0
41.2
64.1
4.21
3.33
44.8
44.8
65.2
40.8
63.2
4.59
3.71
45.2
45.2
63.0
39.7
61.0
5.02
4.14
46.1
46.1
60.4
38.5
58.4
5.49
4.61
47.2
47.2
57.8
37.3
55.9
5.93
5.05
48.2
48.2
55.1
36.1
53.1
6.43
5.55
49.3
49.3
52.3
34.9
50.4
6.98
6.10
50.4
50.4
49.3
33.6
47.4
7.57
6.69
51.6
51.6
72
68.7
33.7
66.7
4.27
3.39
51.5
51.5
69.9
34.2
67.9
4.70
3.81
51.0
51.0
69.2
33.9
67.3
5.14
4.26
51.3
51.3
67.2
33.1
65.2
5.62
4.74
52.0
52.0
64.5
31.9
62.6
6.15
5.27
53.0
53.0
61.5
30.6
59.5
6.68
5.80
54.2
54.2
58.6
29.5
56.6
7.24
6.36
55.2
55.2
55.5
28.2
53.6
7.85
6.97
56.3
56.3
AIR ENTERING EVAPORATOR — CFM/BF
1220/0.04
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
58.9
63.9
67.3
69.3
58.2
51.4
43.2
34.6
56.9
61.9
65.3
67.4
4.06
4.17
4.24
4.29
3.18
3.29
3.36
3.41
37.3
42.4
48.5
55.0
37.0
42.3
48.3
54.9
56.7
62.0
67.7
71.0
56.7
50.5
43.6
35.5
54.7
60.0
65.7
69.0
4.47
4.53
4.65
4.73
3.59
3.65
3.77
3.85
38.5
43.0
48.2
54.4
37.9
43.0
48.2
54.4
55.0
59.3
65.9
71.3
55.0
49.2
42.8
35.6
53.0
57.4
63.9
69.3
4.84
4.98
5.07
5.19
3.96
4.10
4.19
4.31
39.8
44.0
48.8
54.3
38.6
44.0
48.8
54.3
53.1
57.0
63.3
69.8
53.1
48.1
41.7
35.0
51.2
55.1
61.3
67.8
5.24
5.38
5.55
5.67
4.36
4.50
4.67
4.79
41.2
44.9
49.7
54.8
39.4
44.8
49.7
54.8
51.2
54.5
60.4
67.3
51.2
46.9
40.4
34.0
49.2
52.5
58.5
65.4
5.70
5.82
6.03
6.20
4.82
4.94
5.15
5.31
42.7
45.8
50.6
55.5
40.2
45.7
50.6
55.5
49.1
51.7
57.5
64.2
49.1
45.6
39.2
32.7
47.1
49.8
55.6
62.2
6.22
6.31
6.53
6.80
5.34
5.42
5.65
5.92
44.2
46.8
51.6
56.5
41.0
46.7
51.6
56.5
47.0
48.9
54.5
61.0
47.0
44.3
37.9
31.5
45.0
46.9
52.6
59.0
6.77
6.85
7.07
7.36
5.89
5.96
6.19
6.48
45.9
47.8
52.5
57.4
41.8
47.7
52.5
57.4
44.6
45.8
51.3
57.7
44.6
42.9
36.6
30.2
42.6
43.9
49.3
55.8
7.36
7.42
7.66
7.97
6.48
6.54
6.78
7.09
47.7
48.9
53.6
58.3
42.7
48.8
53.6
58.3
1600/0.06
57
64.7
64.7
62.7
4.19
3.31
43.8
40.7
63.4
63.4
61.4
4.56
3.68
44.5
41.1
61.3
61.3
59.4
5.00
4.12
45.7
41.7
59.2
59.2
57.2
5.46
4.58
46.9
42.4
56.9
56.9
55.0
5.91
5.03
48.2
43.0
54.6
54.6
52.6
6.42
5.54
49.6
43.7
52.2
52.2
50.2
6.99
6.11
50.9
44.4
49.6
49.6
47.6
7.59
6.71
52.5
45.1
62
66.4
57.7
64.5
4.23
3.35
47.7
47.0
66.2
58.4
64.2
4.62
3.74
47.3
47.0
63.9
57.5
61.9
5.04
4.16
47.9
47.6
61.0
56.1
59.1
5.52
4.64
48.7
48.4
58.2
54.8
56.3
5.96
5.08
49.4
49.1
55.3
53.5
53.3
6.45
5.57
50.2
49.9
52.4
52.0
50.4
7.00
6.12
51.1
50.6
49.6
49.6
47.6
7.59
6.71
52.5
51.3
67
68.5
46.4
66.6
4.28
3.40
54.2
53.1
69.9
48.1
67.9
4.70
3.82
53.3
52.8
69.5
48.5
67.5
5.15
4.27
53.0
52.9
67.3
47.7
65.4
5.62
4.74
53.5
53.4
58.5
42.3
56.6
6.15
5.27
54.2
54.1
61.0
45.1
59.0
6.67
5.79
55.0
54.9
57.8
43.8
55.8
7.21
6.33
55.7
55.6
54.4
42.5
52.4
7.80
6.92
56.5
56.4
72
70.9
30.3
69.0
4.33
3.45
63.2
59.3
72.2
37.5
70.2
4.76
3.88
59.4
59.0
73.0
38.2
71.1
5.23
4.35
59.0
58.8
72.5
38.3
70.6
5.73
4.85
58.9
58.9
70.8
37.7
68.8
6.26
5.38
59.3
59.3
68.0
36.7
66.0
6.84
5.96
59.8
59.8
64.4
35.3
62.5
7.49
6.61
60.6
60.6
61.0
34.1
59.0
8.14
7.26
61.3
61.3
Rating Condition
Not recommended for long-term operation
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 23* – 38HDL018 WITH 40QKB024
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
CONDENSER
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
BF —
CMP —
Edb —
Ewb —
kW —
LDB —
LWB —
SHG —
TC —
TCG —
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
375/0.03
57
16.1
15.5
15.8
1.13
0.918
36.4
36.0
15.8
15.4
15.5
1.23
1.02
36.7
36.4
15.3
15.2
15.0
1.35
1.13
37.5
37.2
14.7
14.7
14.4
1.48
1.27
38.7
38.1
14.2
14.2
13.9
1.62
1.41
40.3
38.9
13.6
13.6
13.3
1.77
1.56
41.9
39.8
13.1
13.1
12.8
1.94
1.73
43.4
40.6
12.5
12.5
12.2
2.14
1.92
45.1
41.4
62
16.9
13.4
16.6
1.14
0.928
42.5
42.0
16.9
13.5
16.6
1.25
1.03
42.2
42.0
16.6
13.4
16.3
1.36
1.15
42.5
42.4
16.1
13.2
15.8
1.49
1.28
43.2
43.2
15.4
12.8
15.1
1.65
1.43
44.1
44.1
14.7
12.5
14.4
1.81
1.60
45.1
45.1
13.9
12.1
13.6
1.97
1.75
46.2
46.2
13.2
11.8
12.9
2.16
1.95
47.2
47.2
67
17.7
11.2
17.4
1.15
0.939
48.7
48.2
17.9
11.4
17.6
1.26
1.05
48.3
48.0
17.8
11.4
17.5
1.38
1.17
48.2
48.1
17.5
11.3
17.2
1.51
1.30
48.5
48.5
17.1
11.1
16.8
1.66
1.45
49.0
49.0
16.4
10.8
16.1
1.83
1.62
49.9
49.9
15.7
10.5
15.4
2.03
1.82
50.8
50.8
14.8
10.2
14.5
2.23
2.02
51.8
51.8
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
18.4
9.2
18.1
1.16
0.947
54.7
54.6
18.7
9.3
18.4
1.27
1.06
54.4
54.3
18.8
9.4
18.5
1.40
1.18
54.2
54.2
18.7
9.3
18.4
1.54
1.32
54.4
54.4
18.4
9.2
18.1
1.69
1.48
54.7
54.7
18.0
9.1
17.7
1.86
1.65
55.1
55.1
17.4
8.8
17.1
2.05
1.84
55.8
55.8
16.7
8.5
16.4
2.27
2.06
56.6
56.6
AIR ENTERING EVAPORATOR — CFM/BF
415/0.03
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
16.4
17.2
17.9
18.6
16.2
13.9
11.5
9.4
16.1
16.9
17.6
18.3
1.14
1.15
1.16
1.16
0.922
0.932
0.942
0.950
38.8
44.9
51.1
56.7
37.9
43.9
50.2
56.4
16.3
17.2
18.1
18.8
16.3
14.1
11.7
9.5
16.0
16.9
17.8
18.5
1.24
1.25
1.26
1.28
1.02
1.04
1.05
1.06
38.7
44.4
50.5
56.4
38.1
43.9
49.9
56.2
15.9
17.0
18.1
18.9
15.9
14.1
11.8
9.6
15.6
16.7
17.8
18.6
1.35
1.37
1.38
1.40
1.14
1.15
1.17
1.19
39.7
44.4
50.3
56.2
38.6
44.2
50.0
56.1
15.4
16.5
17.8
18.9
15.4
13.9
11.8
9.6
15.1
16.2
17.5
18.6
1.49
1.50
1.52
1.54
1.27
1.28
1.30
1.32
41.0
44.8
50.3
56.2
39.3
44.7
50.2
56.2
14.8
15.9
17.5
18.6
14.8
13.6
11.7
9.5
14.5
15.6
17.2
18.3
1.64
1.65
1.67
1.70
1.43
1.43
1.45
1.48
42.4
45.6
50.6
56.4
40.1
45.6
50.6
56.4
14.3
15.1
16.8
18.3
14.3
13.2
11.4
9.4
14.0
14.8
16.5
18.0
1.79
1.82
1.84
1.87
1.58
1.61
1.62
1.66
43.9
46.6
51.4
56.7
40.8
46.5
51.3
56.7
13.7
14.4
16.1
17.8
13.7
12.9
11.1
9.1
13.4
14.1
15.8
17.5
1.96
1.99
2.03
2.06
1.75
1.77
1.82
1.85
45.4
47.5
52.2
57.3
41.6
47.4
52.2
57.3
13.1
13.6
15.3
17.0
13.1
12.5
10.7
8.9
12.8
13.3
15.0
16.7
2.16
2.18
2.25
2.28
1.94
1.96
2.04
2.06
47.0
48.4
53.1
58.0
42.4
48.3
53.1
58.0
525/0.05
57
17.2
17.2
16.9
1.15
0.932
45.6
41.7
17.3
17.3
17.0
1.25
1.04
45.4
41.6
17.2
17.2
16.9
1.37
1.15
45.6
41.7
16.9
16.9
16.6
1.50
1.29
46.2
42.0
16.3
16.3
16.0
1.65
1.44
47.3
42.5
15.7
15.7
15.4
1.83
1.61
48.5
43.1
15.1
15.1
14.8
2.03
1.81
49.8
43.8
14.4
14.4
14.1
2.22
2.00
51.1
44.5
62
17.6
15.0
17.3
1.15
0.938
49.9
47.9
17.7
15.5
17.4
1.26
1.04
49.1
47.8
17.6
15.7
17.3
1.38
1.16
48.7
47.8
17.4
15.7
17.1
1.51
1.29
48.5
48.1
16.8
15.5
16.5
1.66
1.44
48.9
48.6
16.1
15.2
15.8
1.83
1.62
49.5
49.3
15.3
14.9
15.0
2.03
1.81
50.3
50.0
14.5
14.5
14.2
2.22
2.00
51.1
50.7
67
18.2
12.2
17.9
1.16
0.946
55.8
53.9
18.5
12.5
18.2
1.27
1.06
55.1
53.7
18.5
12.8
18.2
1.39
1.18
54.6
53.7
18.4
12.9
18.1
1.53
1.32
54.4
53.8
17.8
12.7
17.5
1.68
1.47
54.3
54.0
17.6
12.8
17.3
1.85
1.64
54.6
54.4
16.9
12.5
16.6
2.05
1.83
55.1
55.0
16.0
12.2
15.7
2.27
2.05
55.7
55.7
72
18.6
9.0
18.3
1.16
0.950
62.3
60.1
19.2
9.9
18.9
1.28
1.07
60.5
59.7
19.3
10.0
19.0
1.41
1.19
60.3
59.6
19.2
10.1
18.9
1.55
1.33
60.2
59.7
19.0
10.1
18.7
1.71
1.49
60.2
59.8
18.7
10.0
18.4
1.89
1.67
60.3
60.1
18.3
10.0
18.0
2.08
1.86
60.4
60.3
17.7
9.8
17.4
2.29
2.08
60.8
60.8
Rating Condition
Not recommended for long-term operation
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 24* – 38HDL024 WITH 40QKB036
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
CONDENSER
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
BF —
CMP —
Edb —
Ewb —
kW —
LDB —
LWB —
SHG —
TC —
TCG —
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
635/0.08
57
24.5
24.5
24.0
1.35
1.09
41.3
39.5
23.7
23.7
23.1
1.52
1.26
42.6
40.2
22.9
22.9
22.4
1.67
1.41
43.9
40.8
22.1
22.1
21.5
1.84
1.58
45.2
41.5
21.1
21.1
20.6
2.01
1.75
46.8
42.3
20.1
20.1
19.6
2.21
1.95
48.4
43.1
19.1
19.1
18.5
2.42
2.15
50.1
44.0
17.9
17.9
17.3
2.63
2.37
52.0
44.9
62
26.2
21.9
25.6
1.36
1.10
45.5
45.0
25.4
21.6
24.8
1.51
1.25
46.0
45.6
24.3
21.1
23.7
1.69
1.43
46.8
46.5
23.2
20.6
22.6
1.86
1.60
47.6
47.3
22.0
20.0
21.4
2.03
1.77
48.6
48.2
20.7
19.4
20.1
2.22
1.96
49.5
49.1
19.3
18.8
18.7
2.42
2.16
50.6
50.1
18.0
18.0
17.4
2.63
2.37
51.9
51.1
67
28.0
18.4
27.4
1.38
1.12
51.2
50.7
27.7
18.5
27.1
1.53
1.27
51.1
50.9
26.9
18.2
26.3
1.70
1.44
51.6
51.4
25.8
17.7
25.2
1.89
1.63
52.4
52.2
24.5
17.1
23.9
2.09
1.83
53.2
53.0
23.1
16.5
22.5
2.28
2.02
54.2
54.0
21.6
15.9
21.0
2.49
2.23
55.1
54.9
20.0
15.3
19.4
2.70
2.44
56.2
56.0
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
29.3
14.8
28.8
1.40
1.13
57.0
56.7
29.5
15.0
28.9
1.55
1.29
56.8
56.6
29.2
14.9
28.6
1.72
1.46
56.9
56.8
28.4
14.6
27.8
1.91
1.64
57.3
57.3
27.2
14.2
26.7
2.12
1.86
58.0
58.0
25.9
13.7
25.4
2.36
2.09
58.8
58.8
24.4
13.1
23.8
2.57
2.30
59.8
59.8
22.7
12.5
22.1
2.78
2.52
60.8
60.7
AIR ENTERING EVAPORATOR — CFM/BF
745/0.10
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
25.9
26.9
28.5
29.7
25.9
23.6
19.3
15.3
25.4
26.4
27.9
29.2
1.36
1.37
1.39
1.40
1.10
1.11
1.12
1.14
45.1
48.3
54.2
59.8
41.4
47.4
53.2
59.1
25.3
26.3
28.4
30.0
25.3
23.5
19.6
15.6
24.7
25.7
27.9
29.4
1.51
1.52
1.54
1.56
1.25
1.25
1.28
1.29
46.0
48.4
53.8
59.5
41.9
47.8
53.2
59.0
24.4
25.2
27.7
29.8
24.4
23.1
19.5
15.6
23.8
24.7
27.2
29.2
1.69
1.69
1.70
1.73
1.43
1.43
1.44
1.47
47.2
49.0
53.9
59.3
42.5
48.5
53.6
59.1
23.5
24.1
26.6
29.1
23.5
22.5
19.1
15.5
22.9
23.5
26.1
28.6
1.86
1.88
1.90
1.92
1.60
1.61
1.63
1.65
48.5
49.8
54.5
59.5
43.1
49.2
54.2
59.4
22.5
22.9
25.4
28.1
22.5
21.9
18.6
15.1
21.9
22.3
24.8
27.5
2.05
2.06
2.11
2.13
1.78
1.79
1.85
1.86
49.8
50.6
55.2
60.0
43.8
49.9
54.9
60.0
21.4
21.5
23.9
26.8
21.4
21.3
18.0
14.6
20.8
20.9
23.4
26.2
2.24
2.24
2.30
2.36
1.98
1.98
2.04
2.10
51.3
51.5
56.0
60.7
44.5
50.7
55.7
60.6
20.2
20.2
22.3
25.1
20.2
20.2
17.4
14.0
19.7
19.7
21.7
24.6
2.45
2.45
2.51
2.60
2.19
2.19
2.25
2.33
52.9
52.9
56.9
61.5
45.3
51.5
56.5
61.4
19.0
19.0
20.6
23.4
19.0
19.0
16.7
13.4
18.5
18.5
20.0
22.8
2.67
2.67
2.72
2.81
2.41
2.41
2.46
2.55
54.6
54.6
57.8
62.4
46.1
52.2
57.4
62.2
915/0.12
57
27.3
27.3
26.7
1.38
1.11
50.1
43.9
27.0
27.0
26.4
1.52
1.26
50.4
44.1
26.2
26.2
25.6
1.69
1.43
51.3
44.5
25.2
25.2
24.7
1.89
1.63
52.4
45.1
24.2
24.2
23.6
2.09
1.82
53.5
45.6
23.0
23.0
22.4
2.28
2.02
54.9
46.2
21.7
21.7
21.2
2.50
2.23
56.3
46.9
20.4
20.4
19.8
2.72
2.45
57.8
47.6
62
27.6
25.7
27.1
1.38
1.12
51.8
50.1
27.3
26.1
26.8
1.53
1.26
51.4
50.2
26.4
25.8
25.9
1.70
1.43
51.7
50.7
25.3
25.3
24.7
1.89
1.63
52.3
51.2
24.2
24.2
23.6
2.09
1.82
53.5
51.8
23.0
23.0
22.4
2.28
2.02
54.9
52.3
21.7
21.7
21.2
2.50
2.23
56.3
52.9
20.4
20.4
19.8
2.72
2.45
57.8
53.5
67
29.0
20.6
28.4
1.39
1.13
57.4
55.8
29.0
21.2
28.5
1.55
1.28
57.0
55.8
28.6
21.4
28.0
1.71
1.45
56.7
56.0
27.6
21.1
27.0
1.90
1.64
57.0
56.4
24.0
18.9
23.4
2.12
1.85
57.5
57.0
24.8
20.1
24.2
2.33
2.07
58.1
57.6
23.1
19.4
22.6
2.53
2.27
58.9
58.3
21.4
18.8
20.8
2.75
2.49
59.6
59.0
72
30.1
15.9
29.6
1.41
1.15
62.9
61.7
30.5
16.3
29.9
1.57
1.30
62.5
61.5
30.3
16.5
29.8
1.74
1.48
62.2
61.6
29.8
16.5
29.2
1.93
1.66
62.2
61.8
28.9
16.4
28.3
2.14
1.87
62.4
62.1
27.6
16.0
27.0
2.37
2.10
62.8
62.6
26.0
15.4
25.4
2.62
2.36
63.4
63.2
24.2
14.7
23.6
2.84
2.58
64.1
63.9
Rating Condition
Not recommended for long-term operation
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 25* – 38HDL030 WITH 40QKB036
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
CONDENSER
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
BF —
CMP —
Edb —
Ewb —
kW —
LDB —
LWB —
SHG —
TC —
TCG —
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
635/0.08
57
26.5
26.5
25.9
1.81
1.50
37.7
37.6
25.6
25.6
25.0
1.99
1.68
39.1
38.3
24.7
24.7
24.1
2.22
1.91
40.6
39.1
23.9
23.9
23.3
2.43
2.12
41.9
39.8
23.0
23.0
22.4
2.67
2.35
43.4
40.6
22.0
22.0
21.4
2.92
2.61
45.0
41.4
20.9
20.9
20.4
3.19
2.88
46.8
42.3
19.7
19.7
19.2
3.48
3.17
48.7
43.2
62
29.0
23.2
28.5
1.85
1.54
43.0
42.6
27.8
22.7
27.3
2.03
1.72
43.9
43.5
26.9
22.2
26.3
2.25
1.94
44.6
44.3
25.7
21.7
25.2
2.49
2.18
45.5
45.2
24.5
21.1
24.0
2.72
2.41
46.4
46.1
23.3
20.5
22.7
2.97
2.66
47.4
47.0
21.9
19.9
21.3
3.24
2.93
48.4
48.1
20.3
19.1
19.7
3.50
3.19
49.7
49.3
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
67
30.9
19.7
30.3
1.89
1.58
48.8
48.4
29.9
19.3
29.4
2.09
1.78
49.4
49.0
29.5
19.2
28.9
2.30
1.99
49.5
49.4
28.5
18.8
28.0
2.55
2.24
50.2
50.0
27.3
18.3
26.8
2.83
2.52
51.1
50.9
26.0
17.7
25.4
3.08
2.77
52.0
51.8
24.6
17.1
24.0
3.35
3.04
53.0
52.8
23.0
16.4
22.5
3.64
3.33
54.1
53.9
AIR ENTERING EVAPORATOR — CFM/BF
745/0.10
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
72
57
62
67
72
57
33.3
28.2
29.8
31.8
34.1
29.7
16.5
28.2
24.8
20.9
17.2
29.7
32.8
27.7
29.3
31.2
33.6
29.1
1.95
1.83
1.86
1.93
1.99
1.86
1.64
1.52
1.55
1.62
1.68
1.55
54.1
41.6
46.3
51.8
57.0
47.0
54.0
39.6
45.4
51.1
56.7
42.4
32.5
27.2
28.7
30.9
33.4
28.9
16.2
27.2
24.4
20.6
17.0
28.9
32.0
26.7
28.1
30.3
32.8
28.3
2.15
2.02
2.05
2.13
2.19
2.06
1.84
1.71
1.74
1.82
1.88
1.75
54.6
42.9
46.9
52.2
57.3
47.9
54.5
40.3
46.1
51.6
57.1
42.9
31.6
26.4
28.0
30.3
32.5
28.4
15.9
26.4
24.2
20.4
16.7
28.4
31.0
25.8
27.4
29.7
31.9
27.9
2.37
2.25
2.27
2.32
2.40
2.28
2.06
1.94
1.96
2.01
2.09
1.97
55.1
44.0
47.1
52.4
57.7
48.4
55.1
40.9
46.6
51.9
57.5
43.1
31.1
25.5
26.8
29.6
31.8
27.5
15.7
25.5
23.7
20.3
16.4
27.5
30.6
24.9
26.3
29.0
31.2
27.0
2.60
2.48
2.53
2.57
2.63
2.53
2.29
2.17
2.22
2.26
2.31
2.22
55.4
45.3
47.8
52.6
58.0
49.5
55.4
41.6
47.3
52.3
57.9
43.6
30.3
24.5
25.6
28.4
31.2
26.5
15.3
24.5
23.1
19.8
16.3
26.5
29.7
24.0
25.0
27.9
30.6
25.9
2.88
2.72
2.76
2.85
2.90
2.79
2.57
2.41
2.45
2.54
2.59
2.48
55.9
46.6
48.6
53.3
58.2
50.6
55.9
42.2
48.1
53.0
58.2
44.2
29.0
23.5
24.2
27.0
30.0
25.3
14.8
23.5
22.5
19.2
15.8
25.3
28.4
22.9
23.6
26.4
29.5
24.8
3.19
2.98
3.01
3.12
3.20
3.06
2.87
2.67
2.70
2.81
2.89
2.75
56.7
48.1
49.5
54.1
58.8
51.9
56.7
43.0
48.9
53.8
58.8
44.8
27.6
22.4
22.8
25.5
28.5
24.2
14.3
22.4
21.8
18.5
15.2
24.2
27.0
21.8
22.2
24.9
28.0
23.6
3.49
3.26
3.28
3.39
3.54
3.34
3.18
2.95
2.97
3.08
3.23
3.03
57.7
49.6
50.4
55.0
59.6
53.3
57.6
43.7
49.8
54.7
59.6
45.5
26.0
21.1
21.2
23.8
26.9
22.9
13.6
21.1
21.0
17.9
14.6
22.9
25.4
20.5
20.7
23.3
26.3
22.3
3.79
3.55
3.55
3.68
3.84
3.64
3.48
3.24
3.24
3.37
3.53
3.33
58.7
51.4
51.5
55.9
60.5
54.7
58.6
44.6
50.8
55.6
60.4
46.2
915/0.12
62
30.7
27.2
30.1
1.89
1.58
49.9
48.4
29.7
26.8
29.1
2.09
1.78
50.3
48.9
29.2
26.9
28.6
2.30
1.99
50.1
49.2
28.1
26.5
27.5
2.54
2.23
50.6
49.7
26.8
25.9
26.3
2.81
2.50
51.3
50.3
25.4
25.2
24.9
3.06
2.75
52.1
51.0
24.2
24.2
23.6
3.34
3.03
53.3
51.6
22.9
22.9
22.3
3.64
3.33
54.7
52.3
67
33.2
22.6
32.6
1.93
1.62
55.1
53.9
32.2
22.4
31.7
2.13
1.82
55.3
54.2
31.1
22.1
30.6
2.35
2.04
55.6
54.7
30.6
22.2
30.1
2.59
2.28
55.6
54.9
29.0
21.5
28.4
2.87
2.56
55.9
55.4
28.1
21.3
27.5
3.17
2.86
56.6
56.1
26.5
20.6
25.9
3.44
3.13
57.3
56.8
24.8
20.0
24.3
3.73
3.42
58.0
57.5
72
34.5
17.7
33.9
2.02
1.71
60.8
59.8
33.8
17.6
33.3
2.22
1.91
60.8
60.0
33.1
17.5
32.6
2.43
2.12
61.0
60.3
32.6
17.4
32.0
2.66
2.35
61.0
60.5
32.0
17.4
31.5
2.93
2.62
61.0
60.8
31.0
17.1
30.5
3.22
2.91
61.3
61.2
29.6
16.6
29.1
3.55
3.24
61.9
61.7
27.9
16.0
27.4
3.89
3.58
62.6
62.4
Rating Condition
Not recommended for long-term operation
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 26* – 38HDL036 WITH 40QKB036
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
CONDENSER
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
BF —
CMP —
Edb —
Ewb —
kW —
LDB —
LWB —
SHG —
TC —
TCG —
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
635/0.02
57
32.4
29.5
32.0
2.29
2.03
34.1
32.9
30.8
28.8
30.4
2.49
2.22
35.3
34.3
28.0
27.1
27.5
2.68
2.42
38.0
36.9
25.9
25.8
25.4
2.87
2.61
40.0
38.8
24.0
24.0
23.5
3.08
2.82
42.9
40.3
22.6
22.6
22.1
3.28
3.02
45.1
41.5
21.2
21.2
20.7
3.48
3.21
47.3
42.5
19.8
19.8
19.4
3.67
3.40
49.5
43.6
62
34.8
25.9
34.3
2.35
2.08
39.7
38.5
34.3
25.9
33.8
2.56
2.30
39.8
38.9
32.6
25.1
32.1
2.76
2.50
41.2
40.3
29.4
23.4
29.0
2.97
2.71
43.8
42.9
26.8
22.1
26.3
3.17
2.90
45.9
44.9
24.9
21.2
24.4
3.35
3.08
47.3
46.3
23.1
20.3
22.7
3.51
3.25
48.7
47.6
20.6
19.2
20.1
3.70
3.43
50.5
49.4
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
67
35.3
21.4
34.8
2.36
2.10
47.0
45.8
36.9
22.5
36.5
2.63
2.36
45.3
44.6
36.2
22.2
35.7
2.85
2.58
45.8
45.1
34.5
21.3
34.0
3.06
2.79
47.1
46.4
31.9
20.1
31.4
3.27
3.00
49.0
48.3
28.9
18.7
28.4
3.48
3.21
51.2
50.4
26.9
17.9
26.4
3.66
3.39
52.6
51.8
25.0
17.0
24.5
3.83
3.56
53.9
53.0
AIR ENTERING EVAPORATOR — CFM/BF
745/0.03
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
72
57
62
67
72
57
35.7
33.9
35.1
35.4
35.3
35.1
17.2
32.0
26.8
21.7
17.5
34.2
35.3
33.5
34.6
35.0
34.7
34.4
2.38
2.35
2.38
2.40
2.39
2.42
2.11
2.06
2.09
2.11
2.10
2.09
53.5
37.7
44.7
51.5
57.2
43.2
53.0
36.0
42.5
49.5
56.7
40.0
37.6
32.6
35.9
37.4
37.9
35.2
18.1
31.5
27.9
23.1
18.5
35.2
37.1
32.1
35.4
36.8
37.4
34.5
2.65
2.57
2.63
2.67
2.69
2.64
2.38
2.28
2.34
2.37
2.39
2.31
52.2
38.3
43.2
49.6
55.8
42.2
51.8
37.0
41.9
48.3
55.2
40.0
38.8
30.4
34.4
37.6
39.0
33.8
18.6
30.2
27.3
23.5
19.0
33.8
38.4
29.8
33.8
37.0
38.5
33.2
2.93
2.75
2.84
2.91
2.96
2.86
2.66
2.46
2.55
2.61
2.67
2.53
51.4
40.1
44.1
49.2
55.2
43.7
51.0
38.7
43.0
48.2
54.6
40.7
38.1
28.5
31.8
36.2
39.4
31.7
18.3
28.5
25.9
22.9
19.2
31.7
37.6
27.9
31.2
35.6
38.9
31.0
3.17
2.95
3.04
3.15
3.24
3.08
2.90
2.66
2.75
2.86
2.94
2.75
51.9
42.4
45.8
49.9
55
46.1
51.5
40.1
44.7
49.0
54.4
41.9
36.3
26.3
29.0
34.2
38.0
29.6
17.5
26.3
24.5
22.0
18.5
29.6
35.8
25.8
28.4
33.7
37.4
29.0
3.39
3.17
3.24
3.34
3.48
3.28
3.12
2.88
2.94
3.05
3.18
2.95
53.2
45.4
47.7
51.1
55.8
48.3
52.7
41.6
46.5
50.2
55.2
43.0
34.3
24.8
26.0
31.2
35.9
27.7
16.6
24.8
23.2
20.7
17.7
27.7
33.8
24.3
25.5
30.7
35.3
27.1
3.59
3.36
3.43
3.55
3.68
3.48
3.32
3.07
3.14
3.25
3.39
3.15
54.5
47.3
49.6
52.9
57
50.3
54.0
42.5
48.3
51.9
56.3
44.0
31.4
23.4
24.1
28.0
33.7
25.7
15.4
23.4
22.3
19.4
16.8
25.7
30.9
22.8
23.5
27.4
33.2
25.0
3.80
3.56
3.60
3.75
3.88
3.70
3.53
3.26
3.31
3.46
3.58
3.37
56.5
49.3
50.8
54.8
58.2
52.6
55.8
43.5
49.5
53.8
57.4
45.2
29.0
21.9
22.1
25.9
30.5
24.0
14.5
21.9
21.4
18.5
15.5
24.0
28.6
21.3
21.6
25.4
29.9
23.3
3.99
3.75
3.76
3.92
4.08
3.89
3.72
3.45
3.47
3.63
3.79
3.56
57.9
51.3
51.9
55.9
59.9
54.5
57.2
44.5
50.7
54.9
59.1
46.0
915/0.04
62
35.3
27.5
34.6
2.43
2.10
50.6
46.7
37.1
29.9
36.5
2.70
2.37
48
45.7
36.5
30.3
35.8
2.92
2.59
47.6
46.0
34.6
29.4
33.9
3.12
2.79
48.5
47.0
31.6
28.1
30.9
3.32
2.99
50.0
48.5
28.4
26.6
27.7
3.52
3.19
51.6
50.1
26.3
25.7
25.7
3.69
3.36
52.6
51.0
24.0
24.0
23.3
3.89
3.56
54.5
52.1
67
35.8
22.2
35.1
2.45
2.11
56.4
53.2
37.6
23.8
36.9
2.72
2.38
54.7
52.3
38.9
25.1
38.3
3.00
2.66
53.3
51.7
38.2
25.1
37.4
3.23
2.90
53.3
52.1
33.0
22.2
32.3
3.45
3.12
54.2
53.0
33.9
23.4
33.3
3.64
3.31
55.2
54.0
30.6
22.0
29.9
3.84
3.50
56.7
55.5
27.2
20.6
26.5
4.03
3.70
58.2
56.9
72
35.6
17.1
35.0
2.44
2.11
62.1
59.8
38.7
19.0
38.1
2.76
2.43
60
58.5
40.2
19.8
39.6
3.05
2.72
59.0
58.0
40.6
20.1
40.0
3.32
2.99
58.7
57.8
39.5
19.7
38.8
3.56
3.23
59.1
58.2
37.7
19.1
36.9
3.79
3.46
59.8
59.0
35.3
18.2
34.7
3.99
3.66
60.8
59.9
32.9
17.3
32.2
4.18
3.84
61.8
60.9
Rating Condition
Not recommended for long-term operation
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES
SYSTEM 27C* — HIGH WALL SYSTEM (38BK009 WITH 40QNE009)
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
OUTDOOR UNIT
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
214/0.10
57
8.57
8.49
8.52
0.61
0.51
43.0
40.0
8.42
8.42
8.36
0.68
0.58
43.3
40.4
8.25
8.25
8.19
0.76
0.67
44.1
40.8
8.05
8.05
7.99
0.85
0.76
44.9
41.2
7.68
7.68
7.62
0.95
0.85
46.6
42.1
7.21
7.21
7.15
1.05
0.96
48.6
43.1
6.72
6.72
6.66
1.17
1.07
50.8
44.2
6.18
6.18
6.13
1.30
1.20
53.1
45.3
62
8.95
7.17
8.89
0.62
0.52
48.8
46.1
8.85
7.21
8.79
0.69
0.59
48.7
46.3
8.64
7.16
8.58
0.77
0.68
48.8
46.8
8.43
7.13
8.37
0.86
0.77
49.0
47.2
8.12
7.02
8.06
0.96
0.87
49.5
47.8
7.53
6.75
7.47
1.06
0.97
50.7
49.0
6.88
6.45
6.82
1.17
1.08
52.0
50.2
6.23
6.14
6.17
1.30
1.20
53.3
51.5
67
9.57
6.05
9.52
0.63
0.54
53.7
51.8
9.59
6.13
9.53
0.71
0.62
53.4
51.8
9.42
6.09
9.36
0.80
0.70
53.6
52.1
9.15
6.00
9.09
0.89
0.79
53.9
52.6
8.83
5.88
8.77
0.99
0.89
54.5
53.2
8.48
5.75
8.42
1.10
1.00
55.0
53.8
7.79
5.47
7.73
1.21
1.12
56.3
55.0
7.02
5.15
6.96
1.34
1.24
57.7
56.3
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
9.71
4.74
9.65
0.64
0.54
59.5
58.4
10.0
4.90
9.97
0.72
0.63
58.8
57.9
9.92
4.86
9.86
0.81
0.71
58.9
58.1
9.68
4.77
9.62
0.90
0.81
59.3
58.5
9.40
4.67
9.34
1.01
0.91
59.8
59.0
9.11
4.57
9.05
1.12
1.03
60.2
59.4
8.76
4.45
8.70
1.25
1.16
60.7
60.0
8.03
4.19
7.97
1.39
1.29
61.9
61.1
AIR ENTERING INDOOR UNIT — CFM/BF
233/0.11
Air Entering Indoor Unit — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
8.79
9.04
9.60
10.0
8.79
7.36
6.13
4.91
8.72
8.97
9.53
9.95
0.62
0.62
0.63
0.65
0.52
0.52
0.54
0.55
44.9
50.6
55.6
60.5
41.2
47.4
53.2
59.3
8.65
8.97
9.67
10.1
8.65
7.44
6.27
4.95
8.58
8.90
9.61
10.0
0.69
0.70
0.72
0.73
0.59
0.60
0.62
0.63
45.4
50.3
55.0
60.3
41.5
47.6
53.1
59.2
8.45
8.78
9.54
9.94
8.45
7.44
6.27
4.91
8.38
8.71
9.48
9.87
0.77
0.78
0.80
0.81
0.67
0.68
0.70
0.71
46.2
50.3
55.0
60.5
41.9
47.9
53.3
59.4
8.26
8.54
9.29
9.77
8.26
7.39
6.21
4.87
8.19
8.47
9.22
9.70
0.86
0.87
0.89
0.91
0.76
0.77
0.80
0.81
47.0
50.5
55.3
60.6
42.3
48.4
53.7
59.6
7.95
8.26
8.96
9.47
7.95
7.32
6.09
4.77
7.89
8.19
8.89
9.41
0.96
0.97
0.99
1.01
0.86
0.87
0.90
0.91
48.2
50.8
55.7
61.1
42.9
48.9
54.3
60.1
7.47
7.68
8.58
9.21
7.47
7.07
5.96
4.69
7.41
7.62
8.52
9.15
1.06
1.07
1.11
1.13
0.97
0.97
1.01
1.03
50.2
51.8
56.3
61.4
43.9
49.9
54.9
60.4
6.96
7.01
7.94
8.88
6.96
6.75
5.70
4.59
6.89
6.95
7.87
8.81
1.18
1.18
1.22
1.26
1.08
1.09
1.12
1.16
52.2
53.1
57.3
61.8
44.9
51.1
55.9
60.9
6.41
6.37
7.14
8.15
6.41
6.37
5.38
4.33
6.34
6.31
7.07
8.09
1.31
1.31
1.34
1.39
1.21
1.21
1.25
1.30
54.4
54.6
58.6
62.8
46.0
52.2
57.1
61.9
252/0.12
57
8.97
8.97
8.90
0.62
0.52
46.8
42.2
8.83
8.83
8.76
0.69
0.59
47.4
42.5
8.65
8.65
8.58
0.78
0.68
48.1
42.8
8.44
8.44
8.37
0.87
0.77
48.8
43.2
8.18
8.18
8.11
0.97
0.87
49.8
43.7
7.70
7.70
7.63
1.07
0.98
51.6
44.6
7.17
7.17
7.10
1.19
1.09
53.6
45.5
6.61
6.61
6.54
1.32
1.22
55.6
46.5
62
9.07
7.48
9.00
0.62
0.52
52.4
48.7
9.07
7.67
9.00
0.70
0.60
51.7
48.7
8.89
7.69
8.82
0.78
0.68
51.6
49.0
8.66
7.68
8.59
0.87
0.77
51.7
49.3
8.38
7.62
8.31
0.97
0.88
51.9
49.8
7.82
7.37
7.74
1.08
0.98
52.8
50.7
7.15
7.04
7.08
1.19
1.09
54.1
51.8
6.52
6.52
6.45
1.32
1.22
56.0
52.8
67
9.61
6.20
9.54
0.64
0.54
57.2
54.4
9.73
6.39
9.66
0.72
0.62
56.5
54.2
9.65
6.45
9.58
0.81
0.71
56.2
54.3
9.40
6.40
9.33
0.90
0.80
56.4
54.7
9.07
6.29
9.00
1.00
0.90
56.8
55.2
8.69
6.16
8.62
1.11
1.01
57.3
55.7
8.04
5.91
7.97
1.23
1.13
58.2
56.7
7.23
5.60
7.16
1.35
1.25
59.4
57.8
72
9.94
4.91
9.87
0.65
0.55
62.0
60.5
10.0
4.96
9.93
0.73
0.63
61.8
60.4
9.94
4.96
9.87
0.81
0.71
61.8
60.5
9.78
4.93
9.71
0.91
0.81
61.9
60.7
9.54
4.86
9.47
1.01
0.92
62.2
61.0
9.30
4.81
9.23
1.13
1.04
62.4
61.3
8.97
4.71
8.90
1.27
1.17
62.7
61.7
8.26
4.47
8.19
1.40
1.30
63.6
62.6
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 28C* — HIGH WALL SYSTEM (38BK012 WITH 40QNE012)
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
OUTDOOR UNIT
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
245/0.12
57
11.1
10.5
11.1
0.76
0.66
39.8
37.1
10.9
10.4
10.8
0.84
0.75
40.1
37.6
10.6
10.2
10.5
0.94
0.84
40.7
38.3
9.83
9.78
9.74
1.04
0.94
42.5
39.9
9.43
9.43
9.35
1.15
1.05
43.9
40.7
8.97
8.97
8.89
1.27
1.18
45.6
41.6
8.70
8.70
8.62
1.41
1.31
46.7
42.1
8.18
8.18
8.09
1.56
1.46
48.7
43.2
62
11.7
8.95
11.6
0.77
0.67
45.7
43.2
11.6
8.99
11.5
0.85
0.75
45.6
43.4
11.4
8.92
11.3
0.95
0.85
45.8
43.8
11.1
8.83
11.0
1.05
0.96
46.2
44.4
10.5
8.52
10.4
1.16
1.07
47.4
45.5
9.81
8.17
9.73
1.29
1.19
48.7
46.8
9.09
7.82
9.01
1.42
1.32
50.1
48.1
8.32
7.48
8.24
1.57
1.47
51.4
49.4
67
12.4
7.61
12.3
0.78
0.68
50.9
49.2
12.4
7.65
12.3
0.86
0.77
50.7
49.2
12.2
7.59
12.2
0.96
0.86
51.0
49.5
12.0
7.48
11.9
1.07
0.97
51.4
50.0
11.7
7.36
11.6
1.19
1.09
51.8
50.5
11.2
7.18
11.1
1.31
1.22
52.6
51.2
10.4
6.83
10.4
1.45
1.35
53.9
52.5
9.73
6.52
9.65
1.60
1.50
55.1
53.7
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
12.8
6.21
12.7
0.78
0.69
56.3
55.8
13.1
6.31
13.0
0.87
0.78
55.9
55.4
13.1
6.30
13.0
0.98
0.88
55.9
55.4
12.8
6.17
12.7
1.08
0.99
56.5
55.8
12.5
6.02
12.4
1.20
1.10
57.1
56.3
12.1
5.85
12.0
1.33
1.23
57.7
56.9
11.7
5.69
11.6
1.48
1.38
58.3
57.5
11.2
5.50
11.1
1.63
1.54
59.0
58.2
AIR ENTERING INDOOR UNIT — CFM/BF
280/0.14
Air Entering Indoor Unit — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
11.5
12.0
12.6
12.8
11.2
9.36
7.79
6.23
11.5
11.9
12.5
12.7
0.77
0.77
0.78
0.78
0.67
0.67
0.68
0.68
42.5
48.6
54.0
59.2
39.3
45.5
51.6
58.2
11.3
11.9
12.7
13.2
11.1
9.38
7.92
6.43
11.2
11.8
12.6
13.2
0.85
0.86
0.87
0.88
0.75
0.76
0.77
0.78
42.9
48.6
53.5
58.6
39.8
45.7
51.5
57.6
11.0
11.7
12.6
13.3
10.9
9.39
7.93
6.46
10.9
11.6
12.5
13.2
0.95
0.95
0.97
0.99
0.85
0.85
0.87
0.89
43.3
48.5
53.5
58.4
40.2
46.0
51.6
57.5
10.6
11.4
12.3
13.1
10.6
9.31
7.85
6.36
10.5
11.3
12.2
13.0
1.05
1.06
1.08
1.09
0.95
0.96
0.98
0.99
44.6
48.8
53.8
58.8
41.0
46.5
52.0
57.9
10.0
10.9
11.9
12.7
10.0
9.12
7.72
6.23
9.91
10.8
11.8
12.6
1.16
1.18
1.19
1.21
1.06
1.08
1.09
1.11
46.5
49.4
54.2
59.2
42.0
47.2
52.5
58.3
9.45
10.2
11.5
12.3
9.45
8.78
7.56
6.07
9.35
10.1
11.4
12.2
1.29
1.30
1.32
1.34
1.19
1.20
1.22
1.24
48.4
50.6
54.7
59.8
43.0
48.3
53.1
58.8
9.06
9.47
10.9
11.9
9.06
8.44
7.29
5.90
8.96
9.38
10.8
11.8
1.42
1.43
1.46
1.48
1.32
1.33
1.36
1.38
49.7
51.8
55.6
60.4
43.6
49.4
54.0
59.3
8.50
8.69
10.1
11.4
8.50
8.08
6.98
5.73
8.41
8.60
10.0
11.3
1.57
1.58
1.61
1.64
1.47
1.48
1.51
1.54
51.5
53.0
56.7
60.9
44.6
50.6
55.0
59.9
302/0.15
57
11.8
11.6
11.7
0.78
0.67
44.1
40.4
11.5
11.4
11.4
0.86
0.76
44.4
40.8
11.3
11.3
11.2
0.95
0.85
44.9
41.2
11.0
11.0
10.9
1.06
0.95
45.9
41.7
10.4
10.4
10.3
1.17
1.07
47.6
42.6
9.83
9.83
9.73
1.30
1.19
49.5
43.5
9.23
9.23
9.13
1.43
1.33
51.4
44.5
8.64
8.64
8.54
1.58
1.48
53.2
45.4
62
12.1
9.57
12.0
0.78
0.67
50.3
46.7
12.0
9.65
11.9
0.86
0.76
50.0
46.9
11.9
9.69
11.8
0.96
0.86
49.9
47.1
11.6
9.62
11.5
1.07
0.96
50.1
47.5
11.2
9.49
11.1
1.18
1.08
50.6
48.1
10.4
9.15
10.3
1.31
1.20
51.6
49.1
9.68
8.80
9.58
1.44
1.34
52.7
50.2
8.88
8.43
8.78
1.59
1.48
53.9
51.3
67
12.7
7.92
12.6
0.79
0.68
55.5
52.8
12.8
8.08
12.7
0.88
0.77
55.0
52.6
12.7
8.11
12.6
0.97
0.87
54.9
52.8
12.4
8.06
12.3
1.08
0.98
55.0
53.1
12.1
7.95
12.0
1.20
1.10
55.4
53.5
11.7
7.79
11.6
1.33
1.23
55.9
54.1
11.1
7.56
11.0
1.47
1.37
56.6
54.8
10.3
7.25
10.2
1.62
1.52
57.6
55.7
72
12.7
6.24
12.6
0.79
0.68
60.7
59.4
13.2
6.46
13.1
0.88
0.78
60.1
58.9
13.4
6.55
13.3
0.99
0.89
59.8
58.6
13.2
6.46
13.1
1.10
1.00
60.0
58.9
12.9
6.34
12.8
1.21
1.11
60.4
59.3
12.5
6.19
12.4
1.35
1.24
60.9
59.7
12.0
6.03
11.9
1.49
1.39
61.4
60.3
11.6
5.87
11.5
1.65
1.55
61.9
60.8
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 29C* — HIGH WALL SYSTEM (38BK018 WITH 40QNE018)
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
OUTDOOR UNIT
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
376/0.14
57
16.7
15.8
16.5
1.21
1.05
40.8
37.9
15.9
15.4
15.8
1.31
1.15
41.9
38.9
15.2
14.9
15.0
1.41
1.25
43.1
39.9
14.4
14.4
14.3
1.50
1.34
44.5
40.9
13.7
13.7
13.6
1.60
1.43
46.1
41.8
13.0
13.0
12.9
1.69
1.53
47.8
42.7
12.3
12.3
12.2
1.78
1.62
49.6
43.6
11.5
11.5
11.4
1.87
1.71
51.5
44.5
62
18.0
13.9
17.9
1.23
1.07
45.6
43.3
17.5
13.7
17.4
1.34
1.18
46.1
44.0
16.8
13.3
16.6
1.45
1.29
47.0
44.9
15.9
12.9
15.7
1.55
1.39
48.2
46.0
15.0
12.4
14.8
1.65
1.49
49.3
47.0
14.0
12.0
13.9
1.74
1.58
50.4
48.1
13.1
11.5
12.9
1.82
1.66
51.6
49.2
12.1
11.0
11.9
1.90
1.74
52.8
50.3
67
19.2
11.8
19.1
1.25
1.09
50.8
49.2
18.9
11.7
18.8
1.37
1.21
51.0
49.5
18.4
11.5
18.2
1.49
1.33
51.7
50.2
17.7
11.2
17.5
1.61
1.44
52.4
50.9
16.7
10.7
16.5
1.71
1.55
53.5
52.0
15.7
10.3
15.5
1.81
1.65
54.6
53.0
14.6
9.83
14.5
1.91
1.75
55.8
54.1
13.5
9.38
13.4
2.00
1.83
56.9
55.2
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
20.2
9.73
20.0
1.27
1.11
56.0
55.5
20.1
9.66
19.9
1.39
1.23
56.2
55.6
19.7
9.50
19.6
1.52
1.36
56.6
55.9
19.1
9.23
19.0
1.64
1.48
57.3
56.5
18.4
8.91
18.2
1.77
1.60
58.1
57.2
17.5
8.55
17.4
1.88
1.72
59.0
58.1
16.3
8.10
16.2
1.99
1.83
60.1
59.1
15.2
7.65
15.0
2.09
1.93
61.2
60.2
AIR ENTERING INDOOR UNIT — CFM/BF
404/0.14
Air Entering Indoor Unit — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
17.0
18.4
19.5
20.2
16.4
14.3
12.1
9.81
16.9
18.2
19.3
20.1
1.22
1.24
1.26
1.27
1.05
1.07
1.09
1.11
42.3
47.1
52.3
57.5
39.0
44.5
50.4
56.8
16.3
17.8
19.2
20.3
15.9
14.1
12.0
9.80
16.1
17.7
19.1
20.1
1.33
1.35
1.38
1.40
1.16
1.19
1.21
1.24
43.3
47.5
52.4
57.6
39.9
45.1
50.7
56.8
15.5
17.1
18.7
20.0
15.4
13.8
11.8
9.67
15.4
16.9
18.6
19.8
1.42
1.46
1.50
1.53
1.26
1.30
1.33
1.36
44.5
48.2
52.9
57.8
40.9
45.9
51.2
57.0
14.8
16.2
18.0
19.4
14.8
13.3
11.5
9.43
14.6
16.0
17.8
19.3
1.52
1.57
1.62
1.66
1.35
1.40
1.45
1.49
45.9
49.3
53.6
58.4
41.8
46.9
51.9
57.5
14.1
15.2
17.0
18.7
14.1
12.9
11.1
9.11
13.9
15.1
16.8
18.5
1.62
1.66
1.73
1.78
1.45
1.50
1.56
1.61
47.6
50.3
54.6
59.2
42.6
47.9
52.9
58.2
13.4
14.3
15.9
17.8
13.4
12.4
10.6
8.76
13.2
14.1
15.8
17.6
1.71
1.75
1.83
1.90
1.55
1.59
1.66
1.73
49.2
51.4
55.6
60.0
43.4
48.9
53.9
59.0
12.6
13.3
14.9
16.6
12.6
12.0
10.2
8.32
12.5
13.2
14.7
16.5
1.81
1.84
1.92
2.01
1.64
1.67
1.76
1.84
50.9
52.5
56.7
61.0
44.3
50.0
54.9
59.9
11.9
12.3
13.8
15.4
11.9
11.5
9.71
7.87
11.7
12.1
13.6
15.3
1.90
1.92
2.01
2.11
1.73
1.75
1.84
1.94
52.7
53.7
57.8
62.0
45.1
51.0
55.9
60.9
455/0.16
57
17.6
17.3
17.4
1.24
1.07
44.7
40.7
17.0
16.9
16.8
1.34
1.17
45.5
41.4
16.2
16.2
16.0
1.45
1.28
46.9
42.3
15.5
15.5
15.3
1.55
1.38
48.4
43.0
14.7
14.7
14.6
1.65
1.48
49.9
43.7
14.0
14.0
13.8
1.75
1.58
51.4
44.5
13.2
13.2
13.1
1.84
1.67
53.1
45.3
12.4
12.4
12.2
1.93
1.76
54.7
46.1
62
18.9
15.0
18.7
1.26
1.09
49.3
46.3
18.3
14.9
18.2
1.37
1.20
49.6
46.8
17.6
14.6
17.5
1.48
1.31
50.1
47.5
16.7
14.2
16.5
1.59
1.42
51.1
48.4
15.7
13.7
15.5
1.69
1.51
52.0
49.3
14.7
13.2
14.5
1.78
1.61
53.0
50.2
13.7
12.7
13.5
1.87
1.69
54.1
51.2
12.6
12.2
12.5
1.95
1.78
55.2
52.1
67
19.8
12.5
19.7
1.27
1.10
54.6
52.3
19.7
12.5
19.6
1.40
1.23
54.4
52.4
19.2
12.4
19.0
1.52
1.35
54.8
52.8
18.5
12.1
18.3
1.64
1.47
55.4
53.5
17.5
11.7
17.3
1.75
1.58
56.2
54.3
16.4
11.2
16.2
1.85
1.68
57.2
55.2
15.2
10.8
15.1
1.95
1.78
58.1
56.1
14.1
10.3
13.9
2.04
1.86
59.1
57.0
72
20.3
9.94
20.2
1.28
1.11
59.8
58.7
20.6
10.0
20.4
1.41
1.24
59.6
58.5
20.4
9.97
20.2
1.55
1.37
59.8
58.7
19.9
9.76
19.7
1.67
1.50
60.2
59.1
19.1
9.47
18.9
1.80
1.63
60.8
59.7
18.2
9.14
18.0
1.92
1.75
61.5
60.3
17.0
8.71
16.9
2.03
1.86
62.4
61.2
15.8
8.25
15.6
2.13
1.96
63.3
62.1
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 30C* — HIGH WALL SYSTEM (38BK024 WITH 40QNE024)
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
OUTDOOR UNIT
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
446/0.04
57
22.6
21.2
22.4
1.63
1.45
35.8
34.7
21.5
20.6
21.3
1.75
1.58
37.1
36.0
20.5
20.0
20.3
1.86
1.69
38.4
37.2
19.4
19.3
19.3
1.98
1.80
39.9
38.4
18.5
18.5
18.3
2.09
1.91
41.6
39.5
17.5
17.5
17.3
2.21
2.03
43.6
40.5
16.6
16.6
16.4
2.33
2.15
45.6
41.6
15.6
15.6
15.4
2.45
2.27
47.7
42.6
62
24.5
18.7
24.3
1.66
1.49
41.0
40.1
23.7
18.4
23.5
1.80
1.62
41.8
41.0
22.6
17.8
22.4
1.93
1.75
42.9
42.2
21.4
17.2
21.2
2.05
1.87
44.2
43.4
20.1
16.6
19.9
2.16
1.99
45.5
44.7
18.9
16.0
18.7
2.27
2.10
46.8
45.9
17.6
15.4
17.4
2.38
2.21
48.1
47.2
16.3
14.7
16.1
2.49
2.32
49.4
48.5
67
26.2
16.0
26.0
1.70
1.52
46.8
46.1
25.7
15.8
25.6
1.84
1.67
47.1
46.5
24.9
15.5
24.7
1.98
1.81
47.9
47.3
23.8
15.0
23.6
2.12
1.95
49.0
48.4
22.5
14.4
22.3
2.25
2.08
50.2
49.6
21.1
13.7
20.9
2.38
2.20
51.5
50.9
19.7
13.1
19.5
2.50
2.32
52.8
52.1
18.3
12.5
18.1
2.61
2.43
54.0
53.4
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
27.7
13.2
27.5
1.73
1.55
52.6
52.4
27.6
13.2
27.4
1.89
1.71
52.8
52.5
26.9
12.9
26.8
2.04
1.86
53.3
53.0
26.0
12.5
25.8
2.19
2.01
54.2
53.8
24.8
12.0
24.7
2.33
2.16
55.2
54.8
23.6
11.5
23.4
2.48
2.30
56.3
55.9
22.1
10.9
21.9
2.61
2.43
57.5
57.1
20.5
10.3
20.3
2.74
2.56
58.8
58.3
AIR ENTERING INDOOR UNIT — CFM/BF
480/0.05
Air Entering Indoor Unit — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
23.1
24.9
26.5
27.7
22.1
19.4
16.4
13.3
22.9
24.7
26.3
27.5
1.65
1.68
1.71
1.73
1.47
1.50
1.53
1.55
37.3
42.6
48.4
54.4
36.0
41.5
47.5
54.0
22.1
24.2
26.2
27.9
21.5
19.0
16.3
13.4
21.9
24.0
26.0
27.7
1.77
1.81
1.86
1.90
1.59
1.63
1.68
1.72
38.5
43.2
48.6
54.3
37.2
42.3
47.8
53.9
21.0
23.1
25.4
27.4
20.8
18.5
15.9
13.1
20.8
22.9
25.2
27.2
1.88
1.94
2.00
2.05
1.71
1.76
1.82
1.88
39.8
44.2
49.3
54.7
38.3
43.3
48.6
54.3
20.0
21.8
24.2
26.5
20.0
17.9
15.5
12.8
19.8
21.6
24.0
26.3
2.00
2.07
2.14
2.21
1.82
1.89
1.96
2.03
41.3
45.4
50.2
55.4
39.3
44.6
49.6
55.0
19.1
20.6
22.9
25.3
19.1
17.3
14.9
12.3
18.9
20.4
22.7
25.1
2.12
2.18
2.27
2.36
1.94
2.00
2.10
2.18
43.2
46.7
51.4
56.4
40.3
45.8
50.7
55.9
18.1
19.3
21.5
24.0
18.1
16.7
14.3
11.8
17.9
19.1
21.3
23.8
2.24
2.30
2.40
2.50
2.06
2.12
2.22
2.32
45.1
47.9
52.6
57.4
41.3
46.9
51.9
56.9
17.1
18.0
20.1
22.4
17.1
16.0
13.6
11.2
16.9
17.8
19.9
22.2
2.36
2.41
2.52
2.63
2.18
2.23
2.34
2.45
47.0
49.1
53.8
58.5
42.3
48.1
53.1
58.1
16.1
16.6
18.6
20.9
16.1
15.4
13.0
10.6
15.9
16.4
18.4
20.7
2.48
2.51
2.63
2.76
2.30
2.34
2.45
2.58
49.0
50.4
54.9
59.7
43.3
49.3
54.2
59.2
525/0.05
57
23.8
23.1
23.6
1.67
1.48
39.1
37.5
22.8
22.5
22.6
1.79
1.60
40.2
38.4
21.7
21.7
21.5
1.91
1.73
41.6
39.5
20.8
20.8
20.5
2.03
1.85
43.3
40.4
19.8
19.8
19.6
2.16
1.97
45.1
41.3
18.8
18.8
18.6
2.28
2.09
46.9
42.2
17.8
17.8
17.5
2.40
2.21
48.7
43.1
16.7
16.7
16.5
2.52
2.34
50.6
44.1
62
25.5
20.2
25.3
1.69
1.51
44.4
43.1
24.7
19.9
24.5
1.83
1.64
45.0
43.8
23.7
19.4
23.5
1.96
1.78
45.7
44.7
22.4
18.8
22.2
2.09
1.91
46.8
45.8
21.1
18.2
20.9
2.21
2.03
48.0
46.9
19.7
17.5
19.5
2.32
2.14
49.1
48.0
18.4
16.9
18.2
2.43
2.25
50.3
49.1
17.1
16.2
16.8
2.54
2.36
51.5
50.2
67
26.9
16.8
26.7
1.72
1.54
50.4
49.3
26.7
16.9
26.5
1.88
1.69
50.3
49.4
25.9
16.6
25.7
2.02
1.84
50.8
50.0
24.8
16.1
24.6
2.17
1.98
51.7
50.9
23.4
15.5
23.2
2.30
2.12
52.7
52.0
22.0
14.9
21.7
2.43
2.24
53.8
53.0
20.5
14.3
20.3
2.55
2.36
54.9
54.1
19.0
13.7
18.8
2.66
2.48
56.0
55.2
72
27.8
13.5
27.6
1.74
1.56
56.4
55.8
28.2
13.6
28.0
1.91
1.73
56.1
55.6
27.8
13.5
27.6
2.07
1.89
56.3
55.8
27.0
13.2
26.7
2.23
2.04
56.9
56.4
25.8
12.7
25.6
2.38
2.19
57.7
57.2
24.5
12.2
24.2
2.53
2.34
58.6
58.1
22.9
11.6
22.7
2.66
2.48
59.7
59.1
21.3
11.0
21.1
2.79
2.60
60.7
60.2
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 31C* — CEILING-SUSPENDED SYSTEM (38QR-C018 WITH 40QAE024)
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
OUTDOOR UNIT
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
320/0.01
57
36.5
33.6
35.9
2.67
2.17
33.1
32.9
30.3
28.8
29.8
2.47
2.04
34.2
34.4
24.1
23.9
23.7
2.27
1.91
35.3
35.9
19.0
19.0
18.6
1.99
1.69
37.1
37.1
14.3
14.3
14.0
1.67
1.43
39.1
38.2
9.95
9.95
9.75
1.29
1.12
41.3
39.3
5.98
5.98
5.85
0.860
0.750
43.4
40.5
2.37
2.37
2.32
0.378
0.332
46.0
41.8
62
40.6
30.1
40.1
2.74
2.25
38.1
37.7
34.0
25.5
33.5
2.55
2.12
39.5
39.1
27.3
20.8
26.9
2.35
1.99
41.0
40.4
21.4
16.5
21.1
2.07
1.77
42.4
41.8
15.9
12.6
15.6
1.73
1.50
43.8
43.3
10.9
8.86
10.7
1.34
1.16
45.2
44.6
6.47
5.41
6.35
0.886
0.776
46.5
46.0
2.53
2.21
2.47
0.386
0.340
48.0
47.6
67
44.6
26.6
44.1
2.79
2.29
43.4
43.0
37.5
22.5
37.0
2.61
2.18
44.6
44.2
30.4
18.3
30.0
2.44
2.07
45.8
45.4
23.8
14.5
23.4
2.15
1.85
47.3
46.8
17.7
11.0
17.5
1.80
1.56
48.7
48.1
12.2
7.68
12.0
1.39
1.22
50.1
49.5
7.28
4.66
7.16
0.925
0.815
51.4
50.8
2.88
1.89
2.83
0.405
0.359
52.8
52.2
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
47.2
22.2
46.7
2.82
2.33
49.8
49.5
40.3
18.9
39.9
2.66
2.23
50.5
50.1
33.5
15.7
33.1
2.50
2.13
51.2
50.7
26.4
12.4
26.1
2.23
1.93
52.4
51.9
19.7
9.29
19.4
1.87
1.63
53.8
53.2
13.6
6.47
13.4
1.45
1.28
55.1
54.6
8.12
3.90
7.99
0.966
0.856
56.4
55.9
3.22
1.57
3.17
0.424
0.378
57.7
57.2
AIR ENTERING INDOOR UNIT — CFM/BF
400/0.02
Air Entering Indoor Unit — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
38.9
42.7
46.4
49.2
37.4
33.3
28.6
23.4
38.2
42.1
45.7
48.5
2.75
2.81
2.86
2.90
2.22
2.28
2.32
2.36
36.7
41.5
47.0
53.2
35.8
40.9
46.4
52.6
32.5
35.8
39.1
42.0
31.7
28.3
24.4
20.1
31.9
35.2
38.5
41.4
2.55
2.62
2.68
2.73
2.09
2.15
2.21
2.27
38.0
42.7
47.9
53.7
37.0
42.0
47.3
53.1
26.2
28.8
31.9
34.9
26.1
23.2
20.1
16.7
25.7
28.3
31.4
34.4
2.35
2.42
2.50
2.56
1.96
2.03
2.10
2.17
39.4
43.9
48.8
54.2
38.2
43.2
48.3
53.7
20.6
22.5
24.9
27.6
20.6
18.5
16.0
13.3
20.2
22.1
24.5
27.1
2.07
2.13
2.21
2.28
1.75
1.81
1.88
1.95
41.2
45.1
50.1
55.2
39.2
44.4
49.4
54.6
15.5
16.7
18.6
20.6
15.5
14.1
12.1
10.0
15.2
16.4
18.2
20.3
1.74
1.78
1.85
1.92
1.48
1.53
1.59
1.66
43.0
46.3
51.3
56.3
40.2
45.7
50.6
55.8
10.8
11.5
12.8
14.2
10.8
9.98
8.51
7.01
10.5
11.2
12.5
14.0
1.34
1.37
1.43
1.49
1.16
1.19
1.24
1.30
44.9
47.6
52.5
57.5
41.2
46.9
51.8
56.9
6.47
6.79
7.58
8.44
6.47
6.10
5.18
4.23
6.32
6.63
7.43
8.28
0.894
0.911
0.950
0.991
0.775
0.792
0.831
0.872
46.9
48.9
53.7
58.7
42.2
48.1
53.0
58.1
2.58
2.66
2.99
3.34
2.58
2.49
2.11
1.71
2.51
2.60
2.93
3.28
0.393
0.397
0.415
0.434
0.343
0.347
0.365
0.384
49.1
50.2
54.9
59.8
43.4
49.3
54.2
59.2
480/0.02
57
41.3
41.2
40.5
2.83
2.26
40.3
38.7
34.7
34.7
34.0
2.63
2.13
41.9
39.6
28.2
28.2
27.6
2.44
2.01
43.5
40.5
22.2
22.2
21.7
2.15
1.80
45.2
41.3
16.7
16.7
16.3
1.80
1.53
46.8
42.2
11.6
11.6
11.3
1.39
1.19
48.6
43.1
6.97
6.97
6.78
0.929
0.801
50.4
44.0
2.78
2.78
2.70
0.408
0.354
52.3
44.9
62
44.9
36.5
44.1
2.88
2.31
44.9
44.0
37.6
31.1
36.9
2.69
2.19
45.8
45.0
30.3
25.7
29.7
2.49
2.07
46.8
46.0
23.6
20.5
23.1
2.19
1.84
47.8
47.0
17.5
15.7
17.1
1.83
1.56
48.9
48.0
12.0
11.1
11.7
1.41
1.21
50.0
49.1
7.11
6.78
6.92
0.936
0.808
51.2
50.1
2.80
2.77
2.72
0.408
0.355
52.4
51.1
67
48.2
30.7
47.4
2.93
2.35
50.7
49.7
40.8
26.3
40.1
2.74
2.24
51.3
50.4
33.3
21.9
32.7
2.56
2.13
51.8
51.1
26.1
17.5
25.6
2.27
1.92
52.8
52.1
19.4
13.3
19.0
1.90
1.62
53.8
53.1
13.3
9.35
13.0
1.47
1.27
54.9
54.2
7.88
5.71
7.70
0.974
0.846
55.9
55.2
3.10
2.33
3.03
0.426
0.372
56.9
56.2
72
51.1
24.7
50.3
2.98
2.40
56.5
55.8
43.7
21.3
43.0
2.80
2.30
56.9
56.2
36.3
17.8
35.7
2.63
2.20
57.2
56.6
28.7
14.2
28.2
2.33
1.98
58.0
57.4
21.5
10.8
21.1
1.97
1.69
58.9
58.3
14.8
7.54
14.5
1.53
1.32
59.9
59.2
8.76
4.56
8.58
1.02
0.888
60.9
60.2
3.46
1.85
3.38
0.445
0.391
61.9
61.2
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 32C* — CEILING-SUSPENDED SYSTEM (38QR-C024 WITH 40QAE024)
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERNG
OUTDOOR UNIT
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
400/0.02
57
23.7
21.8
23.3
1.70
1.43
33.6
32.6
22.5
21.0
22.1
1.82
1.56
34.4
33.6
21.1
20.0
20.7
1.92
1.65
35.8
35.0
19.7
19.1
19.3
2.01
1.75
37.2
36.3
18.3
18.1
17.9
2.11
1.85
38.7
37.6
16.9
16.9
16.6
2.20
1.94
40.6
38.9
15.8
15.8
15.4
2.30
2.04
42.6
40.0
14.6
14.6
14.3
2.40
2.15
44.7
41.1
62
25.4
19.1
25.0
1.73
1.46
39.3
38.4
24.7
18.8
24.4
1.87
1.60
39.3
38.6
23.2
17.9
22.9
1.98
1.72
40.5
39.9
21.8
17.1
21.4
2.09
1.83
41.8
41.1
20.2
16.1
19.9
2.19
1.93
43.2
42.5
18.7
15.2
18.3
2.29
2.03
44.6
43.9
17.2
14.4
16.8
2.38
2.12
46.0
45.3
15.7
13.5
15.3
2.47
2.21
47.4
46.6
67
26.4
16.0
26.1
1.75
1.49
46.0
45.1
26.4
16.0
26.0
1.90
1.64
45.4
44.7
25.3
15.5
24.9
2.04
1.78
46.0
45.4
24.1
14.9
23.8
2.18
1.91
46.7
46.1
22.5
14.1
22.1
2.29
2.03
48.0
47.4
20.8
13.2
20.5
2.39
2.13
49.4
48.8
19.2
12.4
18.8
2.49
2.24
50.8
50.1
17.6
11.6
17.2
2.59
2.33
52.1
51.5
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
27.2
13.1
26.9
1.77
1.51
52.4
52.1
27.5
13.1
27.1
1.93
1.67
51.8
51.5
26.9
12.8
26.5
2.08
1.82
52.0
51.6
26.3
12.5
26.0
2.24
1.98
52.2
51.7
24.9
11.9
24.5
2.38
2.11
53.1
52.6
23.2
11.1
22.8
2.50
2.24
54.4
53.8
21.4
10.4
21.0
2.61
2.35
55.7
55.1
19.6
9.63
19.3
2.72
2.46
57.0
56.4
AIR ENTERING INDOOR UNIT — CFM/BF
480/0.02
Air Entering Indoor Unit — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
24.9
26.3
27.1
27.6
23.8
20.5
16.8
13.4
24.5
25.9
26.7
27.2
1.74
1.77
1.79
1.80
1.45
1.49
1.50
1.52
37.8
43.8
50.5
56.6
36.3
42.3
49.0
55.9
23.9
25.7
27.0
28.2
23.2
20.2
16.8
13.6
23.5
25.2
26.6
27.7
1.87
1.90
1.94
1.97
1.58
1.62
1.65
1.69
38.1
43.6
49.8
55.8
36.9
42.5
48.7
55.1
22.4
24.3
26.2
27.7
22.1
19.5
16.5
13.3
22.0
23.9
25.7
27.2
1.97
2.03
2.08
2.13
1.69
1.75
1.80
1.84
39.4
44.2
50.0
55.8
37.9
43.3
49.0
55.1
21.0
23.0
25.3
27.1
21.0
18.8
16.1
13.1
20.6
22.6
24.9
26.7
2.08
2.16
2.23
2.28
1.80
1.88
1.94
2.00
40.7
44.9
50.1
55.8
39.0
44.1
49.3
55.2
19.7
21.3
23.7
25.9
19.7
17.8
15.3
12.6
19.3
20.9
23.3
25.5
2.19
2.26
2.36
2.43
1.91
1.98
2.07
2.15
42.6
46.1
51.0
56.3
40.0
45.3
50.3
55.7
18.4
19.7
21.9
24.2
18.4
16.9
14.5
11.9
18.0
19.3
21.5
23.8
2.29
2.36
2.46
2.57
2.01
2.08
2.18
2.29
44.4
47.3
52.2
57.2
41.0
46.5
51.5
56.6
17.1
18.0
20.1
22.4
17.1
16.0
13.6
11.2
16.7
17.6
19.7
22.0
2.40
2.45
2.56
2.69
2.12
2.17
2.29
2.41
46.3
48.6
53.3
58.3
41.9
47.7
52.6
57.7
15.8
16.5
18.4
20.5
15.8
15.1
12.8
10.4
15.5
16.1
18.0
20.1
2.50
2.54
2.66
2.79
2.22
2.26
2.38
2.52
48.2
49.7
54.5
59.4
42.9
48.8
53.7
58.8
550/0.03
57
25.5
25.0
25.0
1.77
1.47
41.3
38.9
24.8
24.7
24.3
1.90
1.60
41.1
39.1
23.5
23.5
23.0
2.03
1.72
42.4
39.9
22.2
22.2
21.8
2.15
1.85
43.8
40.6
20.8
20.8
20.4
2.25
1.96
45.5
41.5
19.4
19.4
19.0
2.36
2.07
47.2
42.4
18.1
18.1
17.6
2.47
2.17
49.0
43.3
16.7
16.7
16.3
2.57
2.28
50.8
44.2
62
26.6
21.2
26.1
1.80
1.49
47.3
45.1
26.4
21.5
25.9
1.94
1.64
46.3
44.9
25.2
20.9
24.7
2.07
1.77
46.7
45.5
23.9
20.3
23.4
2.21
1.91
47.0
46.1
22.1
19.3
21.7
2.31
2.01
48.1
47.2
20.4
18.3
19.9
2.41
2.11
49.2
48.2
18.7
17.3
18.2
2.50
2.21
50.3
49.3
17.0
16.3
16.6
2.60
2.30
51.5
50.3
67
27.6
17.4
27.1
1.82
1.52
53.3
51.4
27.7
17.7
27.2
1.98
1.67
52.4
51.0
26.9
17.4
26.4
2.12
1.82
52.4
51.2
26.1
17.1
25.6
2.27
1.97
52.3
51.4
24.5
16.4
24.0
2.40
2.10
53.0
52.2
22.6
15.5
22.2
2.52
2.22
54.0
53.2
20.8
14.6
20.3
2.62
2.32
55.1
54.3
18.9
13.7
18.5
2.71
2.42
56.1
55.3
72
28.1
13.7
27.6
1.83
1.53
59.1
58.0
28.7
14.0
28.2
2.00
1.70
58.3
57.3
28.3
13.8
27.8
2.17
1.87
58.2
57.3
27.9
13.7
27.4
2.33
2.03
58.0
57.2
26.5
13.1
26.0
2.47
2.17
58.5
57.8
24.9
12.5
24.5
2.61
2.31
59.2
58.5
23.1
11.8
22.6
2.74
2.44
60.0
59.4
21.1
11.0
20.7
2.85
2.56
61.0
60.3
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 33C* — CEILING-SUSPENDED SYSTEM (38QR-C030 WITH 40QAE036)
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
OUTDOOR UNIT
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
630/0.02
57
31.0
31.0
30.5
2.74
2.28
38.8
38.0
29.4
29.3
28.9
2.70
2.28
40.0
38.6
27.7
27.7
27.2
2.66
2.28
41.2
39.2
26.0
26.0
25.6
2.60
2.26
42.3
39.9
24.4
24.4
24.0
2.50
2.20
43.5
40.5
22.9
22.9
22.4
2.35
2.10
44.7
41.1
21.4
21.4
21.0
2.16
1.95
45.9
41.7
19.9
19.9
19.5
1.92
1.76
47.2
42.4
62
33.8
27.2
33.3
2.78
2.31
44.0
43.2
31.9
26.0
31.4
2.74
2.32
44.6
43.9
30.0
24.8
29.5
2.71
2.33
45.3
44.6
28.0
23.5
27.6
2.64
2.30
46.0
45.3
26.1
22.3
25.7
2.53
2.24
46.8
46.1
24.3
21.1
23.8
2.38
2.13
47.6
46.9
22.5
19.9
22.0
2.18
1.98
48.4
47.6
20.7
18.7
20.3
1.94
1.77
49.1
48.3
67
35.8
22.6
35.3
2.79
2.33
50.2
49.3
34.2
21.8
33.7
2.77
2.35
50.4
49.6
32.6
21.0
32.2
2.75
2.37
50.7
50.0
30.7
20.0
30.3
2.69
2.35
51.2
50.6
28.7
19.0
28.3
2.59
2.30
51.9
51.3
26.7
17.9
26.3
2.44
2.19
52.6
52.0
24.8
16.8
24.3
2.23
2.02
53.4
52.7
22.8
15.8
22.4
1.98
1.81
54.1
53.5
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
37.0
17.9
36.4
2.82
2.35
56.6
55.9
36.0
17.5
35.5
2.80
2.38
56.5
55.8
35.1
17.1
34.6
2.79
2.41
56.3
55.7
33.1
16.2
32.7
2.73
2.39
56.8
56.3
31.3
15.4
30.8
2.63
2.34
57.3
56.8
29.3
14.5
28.8
2.49
2.23
57.9
57.3
27.2
13.6
26.8
2.28
2.07
58.5
58.0
25.1
12.7
24.7
2.03
1.86
59.3
58.7
AIR ENTERING INDOOR UNIT — CFM/BF
750/0.03
Air Entering Indoor Unit — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
33.0
35.0
36.4
37.8
33.0
29.6
23.9
18.6
32.3
34.4
35.8
37.1
2.79
2.83
2.84
2.87
2.29
2.32
2.34
2.37
43.4
47.2
53.7
59.6
40.4
46.1
52.3
58.5
31.3
33.1
35.1
36.6
31.3
28.4
23.3
18.2
30.7
32.5
34.5
36.0
2.77
2.79
2.82
2.85
2.30
2.33
2.36
2.39
44.2
47.6
53.6
59.5
40.9
46.6
52.5
58.6
29.6
31.2
33.8
35.4
29.6
27.2
22.7
17.7
29.1
30.6
33.2
34.8
2.74
2.76
2.80
2.83
2.32
2.35
2.39
2.41
45.1
48.1
53.5
59.5
41.3
47.2
52.6
58.7
27.9
29.2
31.9
33.8
27.9
25.9
21.7
17.0
27.3
28.7
31.3
33.2
2.67
2.70
2.74
2.77
2.30
2.33
2.38
2.40
46.2
48.6
53.8
59.6
41.9
47.7
53.0
58.9
26.1
27.2
29.8
32.1
26.1
24.6
20.6
16.3
25.6
26.7
29.3
31.6
2.56
2.58
2.64
2.67
2.24
2.26
2.32
2.35
47.3
49.3
54.3
59.8
42.5
48.4
53.6
59.2
24.5
25.2
27.7
30.2
24.5
23.2
19.5
15.5
23.9
24.7
27.2
29.6
2.41
2.43
2.48
2.53
2.14
2.15
2.21
2.25
48.4
50.0
55.0
60.3
43.0
49.0
54.2
59.6
22.8
23.3
25.6
28.1
22.8
22.0
18.4
14.6
22.3
22.8
25.1
27.6
2.21
2.22
2.27
2.32
1.98
1.99
2.04
2.09
49.6
50.7
55.6
60.8
43.6
49.7
54.9
60.1
21.2
21.5
23.6
26.1
21.2
20.7
17.3
13.7
20.7
21.0
23.1
25.6
1.96
1.97
2.01
2.06
1.78
1.79
1.83
1.88
50.7
51.4
56.3
61.3
44.1
50.3
55.5
60.7
870/0.04
57
34.5
34.5
33.7
2.86
2.31
47.0
42.3
32.8
32.8
32.1
2.82
2.33
47.8
42.7
31.1
31.1
30.4
2.79
2.34
48.5
43.1
29.4
29.4
28.7
2.73
2.33
49.4
43.5
27.5
27.5
26.9
2.62
2.27
50.4
44.0
25.7
25.7
25.1
2.46
2.17
51.5
44.5
24.0
24.0
23.4
2.25
2.01
52.5
45.0
22.3
22.3
21.7
2.00
1.80
53.5
45.5
62
35.3
31.2
34.6
2.86
2.32
50.3
48.5
33.7
30.2
33.0
2.83
2.33
50.4
48.8
32.0
29.3
31.3
2.80
2.35
50.4
49.1
30.1
28.1
29.5
2.74
2.34
50.8
49.6
28.1
26.7
27.4
2.63
2.28
51.3
50.1
26.1
25.2
25.5
2.47
2.17
52.0
50.7
24.1
23.8
23.5
2.25
2.01
52.7
51.2
22.3
22.3
21.7
2.00
1.80
53.5
51.7
67
36.2
24.5
35.5
2.88
2.33
56.8
54.8
35.4
24.4
34.7
2.86
2.37
56.2
54.7
34.6
24.2
33.9
2.85
2.40
55.6
54.6
32.8
23.4
32.1
2.79
2.39
55.8
54.9
30.6
22.2
30.0
2.68
2.33
56.2
55.4
28.5
21.1
27.8
2.52
2.23
56.7
55.9
26.3
19.9
25.7
2.30
2.06
57.3
56.5
24.1
18.7
23.6
2.03
1.84
57.9
57.0
72
37.7
19.0
36.9
2.92
2.37
62.2
60.7
36.8
18.7
36.1
2.90
2.40
61.9
60.7
35.9
18.4
35.3
2.87
2.43
61.6
60.6
34.4
17.8
33.7
2.81
2.41
61.7
60.7
32.9
17.3
32.3
2.72
2.37
61.7
60.9
30.9
16.4
30.3
2.56
2.27
62.0
61.3
28.8
15.5
28.2
2.35
2.11
62.4
61.7
26.6
14.6
26.1
2.09
1.89
62.9
62.2
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 34C* — CEILING-SUSPENDED SYSTEM (38QR-C036 SINGLE-PHASE UNIT WITH 40QAE036)
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
OUTDOOR UNIT
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
630/0.02
57
36.4
34.7
35.8
2.27
1.94
36.2
35.3
34.2
33.0
33.7
2.47
2.15
37.0
36.1
32.0
31.2
31.4
2.68
2.37
37.9
36.9
29.7
29.4
29.2
2.90
2.59
38.9
37.8
27.6
27.6
27.1
3.14
2.84
40.0
38.6
25.6
25.6
25.1
3.39
3.10
41.5
39.4
23.6
23.6
23.2
3.66
3.37
43.0
40.2
21.7
21.7
21.3
3.93
3.65
44.6
41.1
62
39.2
30.4
38.7
2.29
1.97
41.7
40.9
37.2
29.1
36.7
2.51
2.19
42.1
41.4
34.9
27.6
34.4
2.74
2.42
42.8
42.1
32.5
26.1
32.0
2.97
2.66
43.6
42.9
30.1
24.5
29.6
3.21
2.91
44.5
43.8
27.7
23.0
27.2
3.47
3.17
45.5
44.8
25.3
21.5
24.9
3.73
3.44
46.5
45.8
23.0
20.0
22.6
3.99
3.71
47.5
46.8
67
42.2
26.0
41.6
2.34
2.01
47.3
46.6
39.9
24.8
39.4
2.54
2.22
47.8
47.1
37.7
23.6
37.2
2.79
2.47
48.4
47.7
35.5
22.4
35.0
3.03
2.72
48.9
48.3
33.1
21.0
32.6
3.29
2.99
49.6
49.1
30.5
19.7
30.0
3.56
3.27
50.6
50.0
27.9
18.3
27.5
3.83
3.54
51.5
50.9
25.4
16.9
24.9
4.11
3.83
52.5
51.9
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
43.7
20.9
43.1
2.36
2.04
53.9
53.4
42.2
20.2
41.6
2.58
2.26
53.9
53.4
40.2
19.3
39.7
2.83
2.52
54.2
53.7
38.3
18.4
37.8
3.08
2.77
54.6
54.0
35.9
17.3
35.4
3.36
3.06
55.1
54.6
33.3
16.2
32.8
3.63
3.34
55.9
55.4
30.7
15.1
30.3
3.95
3.66
56.7
56.2
28.0
13.9
27.6
4.23
3.95
57.6
57.1
AIR ENTERING INDOOR UNIT — CFM/BF
750/0.03
Air Entering Indoor Unit — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
38.1
40.6
43.3
44.4
37.8
32.8
27.5
21.6
37.5
39.9
42.7
43.8
2.31
2.34
2.39
2.41
1.95
1.99
2.03
2.05
40.0
45.3
51.0
57.4
38.4
44.2
50.0
56.6
36.0
38.7
41.2
43.2
36.0
31.6
26.4
21.0
35.4
38.1
40.6
42.5
2.52
2.55
2.60
2.63
2.17
2.20
2.25
2.28
40.6
45.5
51.3
57.3
38.9
44.5
50.3
56.5
33.9
36.3
39.0
41.2
33.8
30.1
25.3
20.2
33.3
35.7
38.4
40.6
2.75
2.79
2.84
2.88
2.41
2.45
2.49
2.54
41.7
46.0
51.6
57.5
39.5
45.1
50.7
56.8
31.7
34.0
36.8
39.2
31.7
28.6
24.1
19.3
31.1
33.4
36.2
38.6
2.97
3.03
3.08
3.13
2.64
2.70
2.74
2.79
42.9
46.5
51.9
57.7
40.1
45.7
51.2
57.0
29.5
31.4
34.4
37.0
29.5
27.0
22.8
18.3
29.0
30.9
33.8
36.5
3.22
3.28
3.35
3.41
2.89
2.95
3.02
3.08
44.1
47.3
52.5
58.0
40.8
46.5
51.8
57.4
27.4
28.9
31.8
34.4
27.4
25.3
21.4
17.1
26.8
28.3
31.2
33.8
3.48
3.53
3.63
3.69
3.16
3.21
3.31
3.37
45.5
48.2
53.2
58.6
41.5
47.3
52.5
58.0
25.3
26.4
29.1
31.7
25.3
23.6
19.9
16.0
24.8
25.9
28.5
31.2
3.75
3.80
3.90
3.99
3.44
3.48
3.59
3.68
46.8
49.0
54.0
59.2
42.2
48.1
53.3
58.6
23.1
24.0
26.3
29.1
23.1
22.1
18.5
14.9
22.6
23.5
25.8
28.6
4.03
4.06
4.18
4.32
3.72
3.76
3.87
4.01
48.3
49.9
54.9
59.9
43.0
48.9
54.2
59.3
870/0.04
57
40.0
40.0
39.2
2.37
1.98
43.6
40.5
37.8
37.8
37.1
2.57
2.20
44.4
40.9
35.7
35.7
35.0
2.81
2.44
45.3
41.4
33.5
33.5
32.8
3.05
2.69
46.2
41.9
31.2
31.2
30.5
3.30
2.94
47.4
42.5
28.9
28.9
28.3
3.56
3.21
48.6
43.1
26.6
26.6
26.0
3.83
3.49
49.9
43.8
24.4
24.4
23.9
4.11
3.78
51.2
44.4
62
41.6
35.0
40.8
2.39
2.00
48.2
46.6
39.7
33.9
39.0
2.60
2.22
48.2
46.9
37.4
32.4
36.7
2.84
2.47
48.5
47.3
35.1
31.0
34.4
3.08
2.72
48.8
47.8
32.5
29.3
31.9
3.34
2.98
49.4
48.4
29.9
27.5
29.3
3.59
3.24
50.2
49.1
27.2
25.7
26.6
3.86
3.52
51.0
49.9
24.7
23.9
24.1
4.13
3.80
51.9
50.6
67
43.7
28.6
42.9
2.42
2.04
54.1
52.6
42.0
27.8
41.3
2.64
2.26
54.0
52.7
39.8
26.7
39.1
2.88
2.51
54.2
53.0
37.7
25.6
37.0
3.12
2.76
54.3
53.3
35.3
24.4
34.6
3.39
3.04
54.7
53.8
32.6
23.0
32.0
3.68
3.33
55.2
54.4
29.9
21.5
29.3
3.96
3.62
55.9
55.1
27.1
20.0
26.5
4.24
3.91
56.6
55.8
72
44.8
22.1
44.0
2.44
2.06
60.1
59.0
43.8
21.8
43.1
2.67
2.30
59.8
58.8
42.0
21.0
41.3
2.93
2.56
59.8
58.9
40.1
20.2
39.4
3.18
2.82
59.9
59.1
37.7
19.2
37.0
3.45
3.10
60.2
59.5
35.0
18.0
34.4
3.73
3.39
60.7
60.0
32.3
16.8
31.7
4.03
3.69
61.2
60.5
29.8
15.8
29.2
4.36
4.02
61.7
61.0
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 35C* — CEILING-SUSPENDED SYSTEM (38QR-C036 3-PHASE UNIT WITH 40QAE036)
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
OUTDOOR UNIT
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
630/0.03
57
40.4
37.7
39.9
2.05
1.70
34.4
33.6
37.3
35.2
36.7
2.34
1.98
35.8
34.8
34.1
32.7
33.5
2.63
2.25
37.1
36.0
30.9
30.1
30.4
2.92
2.52
38.5
37.2
27.8
27.6
27.4
3.23
2.81
39.9
38.4
25.0
25.0
24.5
3.56
3.12
41.7
39.5
22.4
22.4
22.0
3.93
3.47
43.7
40.6
19.9
19.9
19.5
4.31
3.83
45.7
41.6
62
43.0
32.6
42.4
1.97
1.63
40.8
39.6
40.0
30.7
39.5
2.33
1.97
41.5
40.4
37.0
28.8
36.5
2.69
2.30
42.2
41.3
34.1
26.9
33.6
3.05
2.64
43.0
42.2
30.7
24.7
30.2
3.36
2.94
44.2
43.4
27.4
22.6
27.0
3.70
3.26
45.5
44.6
24.3
20.5
23.9
4.06
3.60
46.8
45.9
21.2
18.5
20.8
4.42
3.95
48.1
47.2
67
43.2
26.4
42.7
1.93
1.59
48.6
47.3
41.3
25.4
40.7
2.34
1.97
48.4
47.3
39.3
24.3
38.8
2.74
2.36
48.3
47.4
37.4
23.2
36.9
3.15
2.74
48.1
47.4
34.0
21.4
33.6
3.52
3.10
49.0
48.4
30.5
19.5
30.1
3.88
3.44
50.3
49.6
27.1
17.6
26.7
4.25
3.79
51.5
50.8
23.8
15.9
23.4
4.64
4.16
52.8
52.0
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
43.8
21.1
43.3
1.96
1.61
55.1
54.6
42.5
20.4
41.9
2.37
2.01
54.7
54.2
41.2
19.8
40.6
2.79
2.41
54.3
53.8
39.8
19.1
39.3
3.21
2.81
54.0
53.5
37.1
17.8
36.6
3.63
3.21
54.4
53.9
33.8
16.3
33.4
4.07
3.63
55.2
54.7
30.1
14.7
29.7
4.46
4.00
56.4
55.9
26.5
13.1
26.1
4.87
4.39
57.7
57.1
AIR ENTERING INDOOR UNIT — CFM/BF
750/0.04
Air Entering Indoor Unit — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
41.9
43.7
44.7
41.3
40.9
34.2
27.8
20.2
41.2
43.0
44.0
40.7
2.01
2.00
2.03
1.89
1.64
1.63
1.66
1.52
38.6
45.7
52.3
60.3
37.2
43.6
50.4
59.0
38.9
41.0
42.5
41.2
38.2
32.6
26.7
20.1
38.2
40.3
41.9
40.5
2.35
2.37
2.41
2.35
1.96
1.98
2.02
1.96
39.7
45.8
52.1
59.3
38.1
44.1
50.5
58.2
35.9
38.3
40.4
41.0
35.5
31.0
25.7
20.0
35.2
37.7
39.8
40.4
2.68
2.74
2.79
2.81
2.28
2.33
2.39
2.40
40.9
46.0
51.9
58.3
38.9
44.6
50.6
57.3
32.8
35.6
38.3
40.9
32.8
29.3
24.6
19.9
32.2
35.0
37.7
40.3
3.02
3.11
3.18
3.27
2.59
2.68
2.75
2.85
42.0
46.2
51.7
57.2
39.7
45.1
50.7
56.5
29.8
32.2
35.5
38.4
29.8
27.2
23.1
18.8
29.3
31.6
34.9
37.8
3.35
3.46
3.60
3.71
2.90
3.02
3.15
3.26
43.7
47.0
52.0
57.4
40.6
46.0
51.1
56.7
26.9
28.8
31.9
35.1
26.9
24.9
21.2
17.3
26.4
28.2
31.4
34.6
3.70
3.81
3.99
4.15
3.23
3.34
3.52
3.68
45.4
48.1
52.9
58.0
41.5
47.0
52.1
57.3
24.1
25.4
28.3
31.4
24.1
22.6
19.2
15.7
23.6
24.9
27.8
30.9
4.08
4.17
4.36
4.58
3.59
3.68
3.88
4.09
47.2
49.3
54.0
58.9
42.4
48.1
53.1
58.2
21.4
22.3
24.8
27.6
21.4
20.5
17.3
14.0
20.9
21.8
24.3
27.1
4.46
4.54
4.75
4.99
3.96
4.03
4.25
4.48
49.0
50.4
55.1
59.9
43.3
49.2
54.2
59.2
870/0.05
57
43.2
43.2
42.4
2.04
1.65
42.4
39.9
40.4
40.4
39.6
2.40
1.99
43.4
40.4
37.6
37.6
36.9
2.76
2.33
44.4
40.9
34.8
34.8
34.1
3.12
2.67
45.3
41.4
31.6
31.6
31.0
3.46
2.99
46.9
42.2
28.6
28.6
27.9
3.82
3.33
48.4
43.0
25.6
25.6
25.0
4.20
3.69
50.1
43.8
22.7
22.7
22.1
4.60
4.06
51.8
44.7
62
43.1
34.8
42.3
1.99
1.60
50.2
46.9
41.0
33.7
40.2
2.38
1.97
49.7
47.0
38.9
32.6
38.1
2.77
2.34
49.2
47.1
36.8
31.6
36.1
3.17
2.71
48.6
47.2
33.4
29.4
32.7
3.55
3.07
49.2
48.0
29.8
27.0
29.2
3.89
3.40
50.2
48.9
26.4
24.6
25.8
4.26
3.74
51.3
49.8
23.0
22.2
22.5
4.64
4.10
52.4
50.8
67
43.9
27.8
43.1
2.01
1.62
56.4
53.4
42.3
27.2
41.5
2.42
2.01
55.7
53.3
40.7
26.6
40.0
2.83
2.39
55.0
53.1
39.2
26.0
38.5
3.23
2.78
54.3
52.9
36.7
24.8
36.0
3.67
3.20
54.2
53.2
33.0
22.8
32.4
4.08
3.58
54.9
54.0
29.2
20.7
28.6
4.46
3.94
55.9
54.9
25.5
18.7
25.0
4.85
4.31
56.8
55.8
72
39.3
19.4
38.5
1.85
1.45
64.0
61.7
39.9
19.8
39.2
2.33
1.92
62.6
60.8
40.6
20.1
39.8
2.82
2.39
61.3
59.8
41.2
20.5
40.5
3.30
2.85
59.9
58.9
39.3
19.7
38.6
3.77
3.29
59.7
58.8
36.0
18.2
35.4
4.22
3.72
60.1
59.3
32.4
16.7
31.8
4.68
4.16
60.8
60.0
28.4
14.9
27.8
5.09
4.55
61.7
60.9
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 36C* — CEILING-SUSPENDED SYSTEM (38QR-C048 WITH 40QAE048)
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
OUTDOOR UNIT
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
820/0.03
57
49.1
45.1
48.1
3.21
2.73
36.3
34.4
47.4
44.2
46.4
3.53
3.05
35.9
34.5
44.6
42.2
43.7
3.86
3.37
36.5
35.3
41.2
39.7
40.3
4.13
3.64
37.8
36.5
37.9
37.1
37.1
4.41
3.92
39.2
37.7
34.7
34.6
33.9
4.70
4.20
40.7
38.9
31.8
31.8
31.0
5.00
4.49
42.5
40.0
29.1
29.1
28.3
5.31
4.80
44.5
41.0
62
51.7
39.0
50.7
3.27
2.79
42.3
40.5
50.4
38.4
49.4
3.60
3.11
41.8
40.4
48.6
37.4
47.7
3.97
3.48
41.6
40.5
45.4
35.4
44.5
4.30
3.81
42.4
41.5
41.8
33.2
40.9
4.60
4.10
43.6
42.7
38.2
31.0
37.4
4.89
4.39
44.9
43.9
34.8
28.8
33.9
5.19
4.68
46.2
45.2
31.3
26.7
30.5
5.49
4.98
47.5
46.4
67
52.8
32.2
51.8
3.29
2.81
49.1
47.6
53.2
32.5
52.2
3.67
3.19
47.8
46.7
51.9
31.8
51.0
4.05
3.56
47.4
46.5
49.2
30.4
48.3
4.41
3.92
47.9
47.0
46.3
28.8
45.4
4.81
4.31
48.5
47.7
42.4
26.8
41.6
5.13
4.62
49.7
48.9
38.7
24.8
37.9
5.44
4.94
51.0
50.1
34.9
22.9
34.2
5.76
5.25
52.2
51.3
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
53.7
26.1
52.7
3.31
2.83
55.2
54.6
55.1
26.5
54.1
3.72
3.24
54.0
53.4
54.1
25.9
53.2
4.11
3.63
53.7
53.1
52.1
24.9
51.2
4.51
4.01
53.9
53.2
49.8
23.8
48.9
4.93
4.43
54.2
53.5
46.6
22.4
45.8
5.33
4.83
54.9
54.2
42.9
20.7
42.1
5.72
5.21
55.9
55.2
38.8
19.0
38.1
6.05
5.54
57.2
56.4
AIR ENTERING INDOOR UNIT — CFM/BF
975/0.04
Air Entering Indoor Unit — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
50.2
52.8
53.4
54.5
47.7
41.0
33.2
26.7
49.0
51.6
52.2
53.3
3.27
3.34
3.35
3.38
2.75
2.81
2.82
2.85
41.3
46.8
53.4
58.8
38.2
44.2
51.1
57.7
49.4
52.3
53.3
55.5
47.6
41.1
33.3
27.0
48.2
51.1
52.2
54.4
3.62
3.70
3.71
3.78
3.09
3.17
3.18
3.25
40.1
45.7
52.4
57.8
37.8
43.8
50.5
56.8
47.0
50.1
53.1
54.9
46.1
40.0
33.4
26.6
45.9
49.0
52.0
53.8
3.97
4.04
4.13
4.19
3.44
3.50
3.60
3.65
40.1
45.6
51.4
57.4
38.2
44.0
49.9
56.4
43.7
47.4
51.0
53.5
43.5
38.5
32.4
25.9
42.7
46.3
50.0
52.4
4.28
4.40
4.53
4.61
3.74
3.86
3.98
4.06
41.2
45.8
51.3
57.3
39.1
44.5
50.1
56.3
40.4
43.9
47.9
51.0
40.4
36.4
30.8
24.8
39.3
42.8
46.8
50.0
4.58
4.75
4.90
5.02
4.03
4.20
4.35
4.47
42.8
46.5
51.8
57.5
40.1
45.4
50.7
56.6
37.2
40.1
44.4
48.2
37.2
34.0
29.1
23.6
36.2
39.1
43.4
47.2
4.89
5.05
5.28
5.45
4.34
4.49
4.73
4.90
44.5
47.6
52.5
57.8
41.0
46.4
51.5
57.0
34.2
36.4
40.4
44.6
34.2
31.7
27.0
22.1
33.3
35.4
39.4
43.6
5.21
5.35
5.60
5.86
4.65
4.79
5.05
5.31
46.2
48.8
53.5
58.6
41.9
47.5
52.5
57.7
31.2
32.9
36.4
40.6
31.2
29.4
24.9
20.4
30.3
31.9
35.4
39.7
3.53
5.64
5.92
6.25
4.97
5.08
5.36
5.69
48.0
49.9
54.6
59.4
42.8
48.6
53.6
58.6
1100/0.05
57
51.3
50.1
50.0
3.35
2.77
45.0
40.8
50.8
50.3
49.5
3.71
3.13
43.7
40.4
48.6
48.6
47.4
4.05
3.47
43.8
40.6
46.2
46.2
44.9
4.43
3.84
44.5
41.0
42.8
42.8
41.6
4.74
4.15
46.0
41.8
39.5
39.5
38.4
5.06
4.46
47.6
42.6
36.3
36.3
35.1
5.39
4.78
49.2
43.4
33.1
33.1
32.0
5.72
5.10
50.8
44.2
62
53.2
42.4
51.8
3.39
2.82
50.5
47.0
53.4
43.4
52.1
3.77
3.20
48.9
46.3
51.6
42.6
50.3
4.14
3.55
48.4
46.4
48.9
41.3
47.7
4.50
3.91
48.4
46.7
45.5
39.4
44.3
4.87
4.27
48.8
47.4
41.6
36.9
40.4
5.18
4.58
49.8
48.3
37.7
34.4
36.6
5.48
4.88
50.8
49.3
34.0
31.9
32.9
5.79
5.17
51.9
50.2
67
53.9
34.1
52.6
3.41
2.83
56.5
53.5
54.3
34.6
53.0
3.79
3.21
55.3
52.9
53.4
34.4
52.1
4.18
3.60
54.7
52.6
52.0
34.0
50.8
4.60
4.01
54.1
52.5
49.2
32.8
48.0
5.00
4.40
54.2
52.9
45.8
31.1
44.6
5.40
4.80
54.6
53.5
41.7
29.0
40.6
5.74
5.13
55.5
54.4
37.6
26.9
36.5
6.06
5.45
56.5
55.3
72
53.8
26.6
52.4
3.40
2.83
61.9
60.1
54.8
27.0
53.5
3.80
3.22
61.0
59.4
55.0
27.1
53.8
4.24
3.65
60.3
58.9
54.2
26.7
52.9
4.68
4.09
59.9
58.6
52.1
25.9
50.9
5.12
4.52
59.8
58.7
49.1
24.6
47.9
5.54
4.94
60.2
59.1
45.7
23.2
44.6
5.97
5.36
60.6
59.6
41.8
21.6
40.7
6.38
5.77
61.3
60.3
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 37C* — CEILING-SUSPENDED SYSTEM (38QR-C060 WITH 40QAE060)
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
OUTDOOR UNIT
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
1040/0.04
57
68.0
63.8
66.7
4.17
3.59
36.7
35.2
62.7
59.7
61.5
4.47
3.91
37.1
35.8
56.6
54.6
55.5
4.70
4.15
38.3
36.8
50.5
49.6
49.4
4.93
4.39
39.5
37.9
44.9
44.7
43.9
5.13
4.60
40.8
39.0
39.7
39.7
38.7
5.32
4.80
42.5
39.9
34.8
34.8
34.0
5.50
4.99
44.2
40.9
30.1
30.1
29.3
5.66
5.16
46.2
41.9
62
72.4
55.4
71.1
4.23
3.66
42.5
41.1
67.9
52.5
66.7
4.55
3.99
42.3
41.2
61.7
48.4
60.6
4.83
4.28
43.1
42.1
55.6
44.3
54.5
5.10
4.56
43.9
42.9
49.3
40.0
48.3
5.32
4.79
45.0
44.0
43.2
35.8
42.3
5.51
5.00
46.2
45.2
37.6
31.9
36.7
5.68
5.17
47.3
46.3
32.2
28.1
31.4
5.81
5.32
48.5
47.4
67
74.2
45.5
72.9
4.25
3.68
49.4
48.0
72.5
44.6
71.3
4.63
4.07
48.2
47.1
66.8
41.4
65.6
4.95
4.40
48.6
47.6
61.0
38.2
60.0
5.26
4.72
49.0
48.1
54.6
34.6
53.6
5.54
5.01
49.9
49.1
48.0
30.8
47.1
5.76
5.24
51.0
50.2
41.8
27.3
40.9
5.95
5.44
52.1
51.2
35.9
24.0
35.1
6.11
5.61
53.2
52.3
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
76.2
36.8
74.9
4.29
3.71
55.4
54.8
74.5
35.8
73.3
4.67
4.11
54.6
54.0
70.0
33.6
68.9
5.02
4.47
54.6
54.0
65.6
31.4
64.5
5.38
4.84
54.7
54.0
59.4
28.6
58.4
5.70
5.17
55.3
54.6
52.7
25.5
51.8
5.97
5.45
56.2
55.4
46.1
22.5
45.2
6.19
5.68
57.2
56.4
39.8
19.7
39.1
6.40
5.91
58.2
57.4
AIR ENTERING INDOOR UNIT — CFM/BF
1220/0.05
Air Entering Indoor Unit — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
70.4
73.2
75.4
76.8
68.1
57.7
47.2
37.5
68.9
71.6
73.9
75.3
4.25
4.29
4.32
4.35
3.63
3.66
3.70
3.72
40.7
46.8
53.0
58.8
38.2
44.5
51.0
57.7
65.6
70.0
74.3
75.7
64.4
56.0
46.8
36.8
64.2
68.6
72.8
74.3
4.57
4.64
4.72
4.75
3.95
4.02
4.11
4.13
40.6
45.8
51.6
57.9
38.5
44.2
50.1
56.9
59.5
64.0
68.8
71.6
58.9
52.1
43.8
34.8
58.2
62.7
67.5
70.2
4.82
4.94
5.05
5.11
4.22
4.34
4.45
4.51
41.7
46.2
51.7
57.7
39.3
44.8
50.4
56.8
53.4
58.1
63.3
67.4
53.4
48.2
40.8
32.8
52.2
56.9
62.1
66.2
5.08
5.24
5.38
5.48
4.49
4.65
4.79
4.89
42.8
46.6
51.8
57.5
40.1
45.4
50.7
56.6
47.8
51.4
56.6
61.0
47.8
43.6
37.1
29.9
46.6
50.2
55.5
59.8
5.31
5.46
5.66
5.79
4.73
4.88
5.08
5.21
44.4
47.6
52.5
58.0
40.9
46.4
51.5
57.2
42.3
45.1
49.9
54.3
42.3
39.1
33.3
26.9
41.3
44.0
48.8
53.2
5.52
5.66
5.90
6.08
4.95
5.09
5.33
5.51
45.9
48.6
53.4
58.7
41.7
47.3
52.4
57.8
37.2
39.1
43.4
47.7
37.2
34.8
29.5
23.9
36.2
38.1
42.4
46.7
5.70
5.83
6.09
6.33
5.15
5.27
5.54
5.77
47.5
49.7
54.4
59.4
42.5
48.3
53.4
58.6
32.2
33.5
37.2
41.2
32.2
30.7
26.0
21.0
31.3
32.6
36.3
40.3
5.87
5.97
6.26
6.55
5.32
5.43
5.71
6.00
49.2
50.7
55.4
60.3
43.4
49.3
54.3
59.4
1600/0.06
57
73.8
73.8
71.8
4.42
3.68
47.7
42.6
69.9
69.9
68.0
4.75
4.02
47.5
42.6
64.5
64.5
62.8
5.06
4.35
48.1
42.9
59.2
59.2
57.6
5.38
4.68
48.8
43.2
52.9
52.9
51.4
5.63
4.94
50.0
43.8
46.8
46.8
45.4
5.85
5.18
51.4
44.5
41.1
41.1
39.8
6.06
5.40
52.8
45.2
35.6
35.6
34.4
6.23
5.59
54.2
45.8
62
74.2
61.9
72.2
4.42
3.68
53.1
49.1
72.5
62.1
70.7
4.79
4.07
51.2
48.6
67.0
58.6
65.2
5.11
4.40
51.1
48.8
61.4
55.1
59.8
5.43
4.73
51.0
49.1
54.7
50.4
53.2
5.70
5.01
51.5
49.8
48.0
45.3
46.6
5.91
5.24
52.4
50.5
41.7
40.3
40.4
6.09
5.43
53.3
51.2
35.7
35.4
34.5
6.25
5.60
54.3
52.0
67
76.4
49.8
74.4
4.46
3.72
58.5
55.2
75.0
49.7
73.2
4.84
4.12
57.2
54.6
70.6
47.6
68.8
5.20
4.49
56.7
54.6
66.1
45.5
64.5
5.56
4.86
56.2
54.6
59.5
41.9
58.0
5.86
5.17
56.5
55.1
52.6
38.0
51.2
6.12
5.45
57.0
55.7
45.7
33.9
44.4
6.34
5.68
57.7
56.4
39.1
29.9
38.0
6.50
5.86
58.5
57.2
72
77.8
38.8
75.8
4.48
3.74
63.4
61.4
77.5
38.7
75.6
4.89
4.17
62.4
60.7
73.3
36.9
71.6
5.27
4.55
62.1
60.6
69.2
35.1
67.6
5.64
4.94
61.8
60.5
63.3
32.5
61.8
5.98
5.30
61.9
60.7
56.7
29.5
55.3
6.28
5.61
62.3
61.2
49.8
26.4
48.5
6.55
5.89
62.8
61.7
43.1
23.4
41.9
6.77
6.13
63.4
62.3
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 38C* — IN-CEILING CASSETTE SYSTEM (38QR-C018 WITH 40QKE024)
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
OUTDOOR UNIT
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
400/0.03
57
21.5
20.8
21.2
1.44
1.17
38.7
37.0
19.9
19.6
19.6
1.55
1.28
39.0
37.7
18.1
18.0
17.8
1.64
1.38
40.4
38.6
16.3
16.3
16.0
1.73
1.47
41.8
39.6
14.7
14.7
14.4
1.80
1.55
43.5
40.5
13.1
13.1
12.8
1.88
1.63
45.3
41.4
11.5
11.5
11.3
1.95
1.70
47.3
42.4
10.0
10.0
9.80
2.01
1.77
49.2
43.4
62
23.0
18.0
22.6
1.48
1.21
44.3
42.8
21.5
17.0
21.1
1.58
1.31
44.4
43.2
19.6
15.8
19.2
1.68
1.42
45.1
44.0
17.7
14.7
17.4
1.78
1.52
45.8
44.9
15.7
13.3
15.4
1.86
1.60
46.9
46.0
13.9
12.1
13.6
1.92
1.67
48.1
47.2
12.1
10.8
11.8
1.99
1.74
49.3
48.3
10.4
9.67
10.1
2.04
1.79
50.5
49.4
67
23.6
14.6
23.2
1.49
1.22
51.2
49.5
23.1
14.4
22.7
1.62
1.36
50.0
48.9
21.3
13.5
20.9
1.73
1.47
50.5
49.5
19.5
12.5
19.1
1.84
1.58
50.9
50.1
17.4
11.4
17.1
1.94
1.68
51.8
51.1
15.4
10.3
15.1
2.01
1.76
52.9
52.2
13.4
9.18
13.1
2.08
1.83
54.1
53.3
11.5
8.14
11.3
2.14
1.89
55.3
54.4
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
24.9
12.0
24.5
1.52
1.26
56.4
55.7
23.6
11.4
23.2
1.64
1.37
56.5
55.7
22.3
10.8
21.9
1.76
1.50
56.5
55.8
21.0
10.2
20.7
1.89
1.63
56.5
55.8
19.0
9.28
18.7
1.99
1.74
57.2
56.6
17.0
8.40
16.7
2.10
1.85
58.0
57.4
14.9
7.48
14.6
2.18
1.93
59.1
58.4
12.8
6.57
12.6
2.25
2.00
60.1
59.5
AIR ENTERING INDOOR UNIT — CFM/BF
430/0.04
Air Entering Indoor Unit — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
21.9
23.2
24.0
25.0
21.4
18.4
15.0
12.1
21.5
22.8
23.5
24.6
1.46
1.49
1.51
1.54
1.18
1.21
1.23
1.26
40.4
46.1
52.6
57.9
38.3
44.2
50.7
56.9
20.4
21.8
23.3
23.9
20.3
17.6
14.7
11.6
20.0
21.4
22.9
23.5
1.57
1.59
1.64
1.66
1.29
1.32
1.37
1.38
40.5
45.9
51.5
57.7
38.8
44.5
50.2
56.8
18.6
19.9
21.5
22.5
18.6
16.4
13.8
11.0
18.2
19.5
21.2
22.1
1.66
1.70
1.75
1.78
1.39
1.43
1.48
1.51
41.9
46.4
51.8
57.8
39.6
45.2
50.7
57.0
16.8
18.1
19.8
21.0
16.8
15.2
12.9
10.3
16.5
17.7
19.4
20.6
1.75
1.80
1.86
1.90
1.49
1.53
1.59
1.63
43.4
46.9
52.1
57.9
40.4
45.9
51.2
57.1
15.1
16.0
17.7
19.2
15.1
13.9
11.8
9.51
14.8
15.7
17.4
18.9
1.83
1.88
1.95
2.01
1.57
1.62
1.69
1.75
45.1
48.0
52.9
58.3
41.3
47.0
52.1
57.6
13.5
14.1
15.6
17.2
13.5
12.6
10.6
8.63
13.1
13.8
15.3
16.9
1.91
1.95
2.04
2.12
1.65
1.69
1.78
1.86
46.9
49.1
53.9
59.0
42.2
48.1
53.1
58.3
11.9
12.3
13.6
15.1
11.9
11.3
9.53
7.70
11.6
12.0
13.3
14.8
1.98
2.01
2.10
2.20
1.72
1.75
1.85
1.95
48.7
50.2
55.0
60.0
43.1
49.1
54.2
59.3
10.3
10.5
11.7
13.0
10.3
10.1
8.46
6.77
10.1
10.3
11.4
12.8
2.05
2.06
2.16
2.27
1.79
1.81
1.91
2.02
50.6
51.4
56.1
61.0
44.1
50.2
55.2
60.3
525/0.05
57
22.8
22.8
22.3
1.50
1.20
45.5
41.5
21.5
21.5
21.0
1.61
1.31
45.9
41.7
19.8
19.8
19.4
1.72
1.42
46.8
42.2
18.2
18.2
17.7
1.82
1.53
47.7
42.7
16.3
16.3
15.9
1.92
1.63
49.2
43.4
14.5
14.5
14.1
1.99
1.71
50.8
44.2
12.8
12.8
12.4
2.07
1.79
52.5
45.0
11.1
11.1
10.8
2.13
1.86
54.2
45.8
62
23.3
19.1
22.8
1.51
1.21
51.2
47.9
22.5
19.0
22.0
1.64
1.34
49.8
47.6
20.7
18.0
20.2
1.74
1.45
49.9
48.1
18.9
17.0
18.5
1.85
1.56
49.9
48.6
16.8
15.5
16.4
1.94
1.65
50.8
49.4
14.8
14.1
14.4
2.01
1.73
51.7
50.3
12.9
12.6
12.5
2.07
1.79
52.8
51.2
11.1
11.1
10.8
2.13
1.85
53.9
52.0
67
24.4
15.6
23.8
1.54
1.24
56.6
53.9
23.3
15.2
22.8
1.66
1.36
56.0
53.7
21.9
14.6
21.4
1.78
1.49
55.7
53.9
20.4
14.0
20.0
1.90
1.61
55.4
54.0
18.4
12.9
18.0
2.00
1.71
55.8
54.7
16.3
11.8
15.9
2.09
1.81
56.5
55.4
14.2
10.6
13.8
2.16
1.88
57.4
56.3
12.1
9.41
11.8
2.22
1.94
58.3
57.2
72
25.4
12.5
24.9
1.57
1.27
61.5
59.9
24.3
12.0
23.9
1.69
1.40
61.2
59.7
23.0
11.5
22.6
1.82
1.53
61.1
59.8
21.7
10.9
21.3
1.95
1.66
60.9
59.8
19.7
10.1
19.3
2.06
1.77
61.2
60.2
17.8
9.26
17.4
2.16
1.88
61.7
60.8
15.7
8.35
15.3
2.26
1.98
62.3
61.5
13.5
7.40
13.2
2.34
2.06
63.1
62.3
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 39C* — IN-CEILING CASSETTE SYSTEM (38QR-C024 WITH 40QKE036)
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
OUTDOOR UNIT
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
635/0.07
57
32.1
32.1
31.7
2.13
1.82
44.2
40.8
29.4
29.4
29.0
2.19
1.89
45.1
41.3
26.4
26.4
26.1
2.21
1.93
46.6
42.1
23.5
23.5
23.1
2.24
1.97
48.1
42.8
20.7
20.7
20.4
2.23
1.98
49.7
43.6
18.1
18.1
17.8
2.20
1.97
51.3
44.4
15.6
15.6
15.3
2.16
1.94
53.0
45.3
13.2
13.2
13.0
2.11
1.91
54.7
46.1
62
34.2
28.2
33.8
2.17
1.86
48.5
46.5
31.2
26.4
30.8
2.22
1.93
48.7
47.0
27.9
24.2
27.5
2.25
1.97
49.4
47.8
24.6
22.0
24.3
2.27
2.01
50.1
48.7
21.4
19.7
21.1
2.26
2.01
51.1
49.6
18.4
17.6
18.2
2.22
1.99
52.1
50.5
15.7
15.5
15.4
2.16
1.95
53.2
51.4
13.1
13.1
12.9
2.10
190
54.5
52.3
67
35.6
22.8
35.2
2.20
1.89
54.6
52.6
33.9
22.1
33.5
2.29
1.99
53.8
52.4
30.6
20.4
30.2
2.32
2.04
54.3
53.1
27.3
18.6
27.0
2.35
2.09
54.8
53.7
23.8
16.7
23.5
2.35
2.10
55.7
54.6
20.5
14.8
20.2
2.31
2.08
56.6
55.5
17.4
13.0
17.2
2.26
2.04
57.6
56.5
14.5
11.3
14.3
2.19
1.99
58.5
57.4
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
37.3
18.3
36.9
2.24
1.93
59.8
58.7
35.3
17.3
34.9
2.32
2.02
59.6
58.6
32.5
16.1
32.1
2.37
2.09
59.8
58.9
29.6
14.9
29.3
2.42
2.15
60.0
59.2
26.3
13.4
26.0
2.43
2.18
60.5
59.8
22.9
11.9
22.6
2.41
2.18
61.3
60.6
19.4
10.3
19.2
2.36
2.15
62.3
61.5
16.3
8.88
16.0
2.29
2.09
63.2
62.4
AIR ENTERING INDOOR UNIT — CFM/BF
745/0.09
Air Entering Indoor Unit — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
33.5
34.9
36.4
37.8
33.5
30.0
24.0
18.7
33.0
34.4
36.0
37.3
2.17
2.20
2.24
2.27
1.84
1.87
1.91
1.94
48.1
51.6
57.3
62.4
42.9
48.8
54.7
60.8
31.0
32.2
34.6
36.0
31.0
28.5
23.4
18.0
30.5
31.7
34.1
35.6
2.24
2.26
2.32
2.36
1.93
1.95
2.01
2.05
48.7
51.2
56.5
62.0
43.1
49.1
54.6
60.6
27.9
28.9
31.3
33.1
27.9
26.3
21.7
16.8
27.5
28.4
30.9
32.7
2.27
2.29
2.35
2.40
1.97
2.00
2.06
2.11
50.0
51.7
56.7
62.0
43.8
49.7
55.1
60.8
24.9
25.5
28.1
30.2
24.9
24.0
20.0
15.6
24.5
25.1
27.7
29.8
2.30
2.32
2.39
2.45
2.02
2.04
2.11
2.17
51.3
52.2
57.0
62.1
44.4
50.4
55.6
61.1
21.9
22.2
24.6
26.9
21.9
21.5
18.1
14.2
21.6
21.8
24.3
26.6
2.29
2.30
2.39
2.46
2.03
2.04
2.13
2.20
52.7
53.2
57.6
62.5
45.1
51.2
56.3
61.6
19.1
19.2
21.1
23.5
19.1
19.1
16.0
12.7
18.8
18.8
20.8
23.2
2.26
2.27
2.35
2.45
2.02
2.02
2.11
2.21
54.2
54.2
58.4
63.1
45.8
52.0
57.1
62.2
16.5
16.5
17.9
20.0
16.5
16.5
14.1
11.0
16.2
16.2
17.6
19.7
2.22
2.22
2.30
2.40
1.99
1.99
2.07
2.18
55.7
55.7
59.2
63.9
46.6
52.7
57.9
63.0
14.0
14.0
14.9
16.7
14.0
14.0
12.3
9.53
13.7
13.7
14.7
16.4
2.16
2.16
2.22
2.33
1.95
1.95
2.01
2.12
57.2
57.2
60.0
64.6
47.3
53.3
58.7
63.7
915/0.11
57
35.1
35.1
34.5
2.24
1.88
52.9
45.2
32.5
32.5
32.0
2.30
1.96
53.3
45.4
29.6
29.6
29.1
2.34
2.02
54.1
45.8
26.7
26.7
26.2
2.38
2.07
55.0
46.2
23.4
23.4
23.0
2.38
2.09
56.3
46.8
20.4
20.4
20.0
2.35
2.08
57.6
47.5
17.6
17.6
17.2
2.30
2.05
59.0
48.1
14.8
14.8
14.5
2.24
2.01
60.4
48.7
62
35.3
31.7
34.7
2.24
1.88
55.5
51.4
33.3
31.2
32.7
2.32
1.98
54.4
51.4
30.0
28.9
29.5
2.35
2.03
54.7
51.8
26.7
26.6
26.2
2.38
2.08
55.0
52.3
23.4
23.4
23.0
2.37
2.09
56.3
52.9
20.4
20.4
20.0
2.35
2.08
57.6
53.5
17.6
17.6
17.2
2.30
2.05
59.0
54.0
14.8
14.8
14.5
2.24
2.01
60.4
54.6
67
37.0
25.2
36.4
2.28
1.92
60.6
57.1
34.9
24.7
34.4
2.36
2.02
59.9
57.1
32.0
23.3
31.5
2.40
2.08
59.6
57.3
29.0
22.0
28.5
2.44
2.14
59.4
57.6
25.4
20.0
25.0
2.44
2.16
59.8
58.2
21.8
17.9
21.4
2.41
2.14
60.5
58.8
18.5
15.8
18.1
2.35
2.10
61.1
59.5
15.4
13.8
15.1
2.27
2.04
61.8
60.1
72
38.3
19.4
37.7
2.31
1.95
65.2
62.9
36.6
18.8
36.0
2.40
2.06
64.8
62.8
33.8
17.8
33.3
2.45
2.13
64.6
62.9
31.1
16.7
30.6
2.50
2.20
64.5
63.1
27.6
15.2
27.2
2.51
2.22
64.8
63.5
24.1
13.7
23.7
2.49
2.23
65.1
64.0
20.6
12.1
20.2
2.45
2.21
65.7
64.6
17.1
10.5
16.8
2.38
2.15
66.3
65.2
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 40C* — IN-CEILING CASSETTE SYSTEM (38QR-C030 WITH 40QKE036)
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
OUTDOOR UNIT
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
635/0.06
57
28.0
28.0
27.7
1.70
1.44
41.3
39.4
26.9
26.9
26.6
1.89
1.63
42.5
40.0
25.8
25.8
25.5
2.08
1.82
43.7
40.6
24.7
24.7
24.4
2.27
2.01
44.8
41.2
23.6
23.6
23.3
2.49
2.23
46.0
41.8
22.5
22.5
22.2
2.73
2.48
47.2
42.4
21.4
21.4
21.1
3.01
2.76
48.5
43.0
20.2
20.2
19.9
3.31
3.06
49.8
43.7
62
30.4
24.8
30.1
1.71
1.45
45.9
44.7
29.1
24.0
28.7
1.91
1.65
46.6
45.4
27.7
23.3
27.4
2.10
1.84
47.2
46.1
26.3
22.5
26.0
2.29
2.04
47.9
46.8
24.9
21.7
24.6
2.51
2.26
48.7
47.5
23.5
21.0
23.2
2.75
2.50
49.4
48.3
22.2
20.2
21.9
3.03
2.77
50.2
49.0
20.8
19.4
20.5
3.32
3.07
51.0
49.7
Rating condition.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
67
32.7
20.8
32.4
1.73
1.47
51.4
50.3
31.5
20.2
31.1
1.93
1.67
51.9
50.9
30.2
19.7
29.9
2.12
1.87
52.4
51.4
29.0
19.1
28.7
2.32
2.07
52.8
51.9
27.6
18.5
27.3
2.55
2.30
53.5
52.6
26.0
17.7
25.7
2.80
2.55
54.3
53.4
24.4
17.0
24.1
3.08
2.83
55.0
54.1
23.0
16.3
22.7
3.38
3.13
55.8
54.8
72
33.8
16.4
33.5
1.74
1.48
57.6
56.8
33.0
16.1
32.7
1.94
1.68
57.8
57.0
32.2
15.8
31.9
2.15
1.89
57.9
57.3
31.4
15.5
31.1
2.35
2.10
58.1
57.5
30.1
15.0
29.8
2.59
2.33
58.6
58.0
28.6
14.3
28.3
2.84
2.59
59.2
58.6
27.1
13.7
26.8
3.12
2.87
59.9
59.3
25.5
13.1
25.2
3.42
3.17
60.6
60.0
AIR ENTERING INDOOR UNIT — CFM/BF
745/0.07
Air Entering Indoor Unit — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
29.7
31.3
33.5
34.6
29.7
26.6
22.0
17.0
29.3
31.0
33.1
34.2
1.72
1.73
1.76
1.77
1.44
1.46
1.48
1.49
45.1
48.8
54.3
60.2
41.3
47.1
52.8
59.0
28.5
30.0
32.3
33.8
28.5
25.9
21.5
16.8
28.1
29.6
31.9
33.4
1.92
1.93
1.95
1.97
1.64
1.65
1.68
1.70
46.2
49.3
54.6
60.3
41.9
47.7
53.2
59.2
27.3
28.6
31.1
32.9
27.3
25.2
21.0
16.5
27.0
28.3
30.7
32.6
2.11
2.13
2.15
2.17
1.84
1.85
1.88
1.90
47.2
49.8
54.9
60.4
42.4
48.3
53.6
59.5
26.2
27.3
29.9
32.1
26.2
24.6
20.6
16.2
25.8
26.9
29.6
31.7
2.31
2.32
2.35
2.38
2.04
2.05
2.08
2.10
48.2
50.2
55.1
60.5
42.9
48.8
54.0
59.7
25.0
25.8
28.5
30.9
25.0
23.7
19.9
15.8
24.6
25.4
28.1
30.6
2.53
2.54
2.58
2.61
2.26
2.27
2.31
2.34
49.4
50.9
55.7
60.8
43.5
49.5
54.6
60.0
23.8
24.4
26.8
29.4
23.8
22.9
19.2
15.2
23.4
24.0
26.5
29.0
2.77
2.79
2.83
2.87
2.51
2.52
2.57
2.60
50.5
51.6
56.3
61.3
44.0
50.1
55.3
60.5
22.6
22.9
25.2
27.8
22.6
22.1
18.4
14.6
22.3
22.6
24.8
27.5
3.05
3.06
3.11
3.15
2.78
2.79
2.85
2.88
51.6
52.3
57.0
61.8
44.6
50.7
55.9
61.1
21.4
21.5
23.7
26.2
21.4
21.2
17.7
14.0
21.1
21.2
23.4
25.8
3.35
3.35
3.41
3.46
3.09
3.09
3.15
3.19
52.8
53.1
57.6
62.4
45.2
51.3
56.5
61.7
915/0.09
57
31.5
31.5
31.1
1.77
1.46
49.9
43.7
30.4
30.4
29.9
1.96
1.66
50.7
44.1
29.3
29.3
28.8
2.16
1.86
51.5
44.5
28.1
28.1
27.7
2.35
2.06
52.3
44.9
26.7
26.7
26.3
2.59
2.29
53.4
45.4
25.4
25.4
25.0
2.83
2.54
54.4
45.9
24.1
24.1
23.6
3.11
2.82
55.4
46.4
22.8
22.8
22.4
3.41
3.12
56.5
46.9
62
32.3
29.0
31.8
1.76
1.46
52.4
49.9
31.0
28.5
30.5
1.96
1.66
52.6
50.3
29.7
27.9
29.3
2.16
1.87
52.8
50.7
28.5
27.4
28.0
2.36
2.07
53.0
51.0
26.9
26.4
26.5
2.59
2.30
53.7
51.6
25.4
25.4
25.0
2.83
2.54
54.4
52.1
24.1
24.1
23.7
3.11
2.82
55.4
52.5
22.8
22.8
22.4
3.41
3.12
56.4
53.0
67
34.1
23.3
33.6
1.78
1.48
57.9
55.6
33.0
23.1
32.6
1.99
1.69
57.8
55.8
32.0
22.8
31.5
2.19
1.89
57.8
56.1
30.9
22.6
30.5
2.39
2.09
57.8
56.3
29.4
22.0
29.0
2.62
2.33
58.2
56.8
27.7
21.2
27.3
2.87
2.58
58.7
57.3
26.0
20.5
25.6
3.16
2.87
59.2
57.9
24.4
19.7
23.9
3.45
3.17
59.8
58.4
72
35.1
17.7
34.6
1.80
1.50
63.3
61.6
34.4
17.6
34.0
2.00
1.70
63.2
61.7
33.8
17.5
33.3
2.21
1.91
63.1
61.8
33.1
17.4
32.6
2.42
2.12
63.0
61.9
31.7
16.9
31.3
2.65
2.36
63.3
62.2
30.2
16.4
29.8
2.91
2.62
63.6
62.6
28.6
15.8
28.2
3.19
2.90
64.0
63.1
26.9
15.2
26.5
3.50
3.21
64.5
63.5
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 41C* — IN-CEILING CASSETTE SYSTEM (38QR-C036 SINGLE-PHASE UNIT WITH 40QKE048)
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
OUTDOOR UNIT
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
680/0.09
57
32.3
31.5
31.9
2.15
1.87
41.3
38.8
31.1
30.6
30.7
2.39
2.11
41.5
39.1
29.4
29.2
29.0
2.64
2.36
42.4
39.8
27.8
27.8
27.4
2.89
2.61
43.4
40.4
26.2
26.2
25.8
3.17
2.90
44.6
41.0
24.6
24.6
24.3
3.48
3.21
45.8
41.7
23.1
23.1
22.7
3.81
3.54
47.2
42.4
21.5
21.5
21.1
4.15
3.88
48.6
43.1
62
34.6
27.4
34.2
2.18
1.90
46.5
44.4
33.6
26.9
33.1
2.43
2.15
46.3
44.6
31.9
25.8
31.5
2.69
2.42
46.8
45.1
30.2
24.8
29.8
2.96
2.68
47.3
45.7
28.2
23.6
27.9
3.24
2.97
48.1
46.5
26.3
22.4
25.9
3.54
3.27
48.9
47.3
24.4
21.3
24.0
3.87
3.60
49.8
48.1
22.5
20.1
22.1
4.20
3.94
50.6
48.9
67
36.4
22.8
36.0
2.22
1.94
52.1
50.5
35.6
22.4
35.2
2.46
2.18
51.9
50.5
34.2
21.8
33.8
2.74
2.46
52.1
50.8
32.9
21.1
32.5
3.02
2.75
52.3
51.1
31.1
20.2
30.7
3.34
3.07
52.8
51.6
29.0
19.1
28.6
3.65
3.38
53.6
52.4
26.9
18.0
26.5
3.98
3.71
54.5
53.2
24.8
17.0
24.5
4.33
4.06
55.3
54.1
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
38.0
18.4
37.6
2.25
1.97
57.6
56.8
37.8
18.3
37.4
2.51
2.23
57.2
56.5
36.5
17.7
36.1
2.79
2.51
57.4
56.7
35.2
17.1
34.8
3.07
2.80
57.6
56.8
33.7
16.5
33.3
3.41
3.14
57.9
57.2
31.9
15.7
31.5
3.78
3.51
58.5
57.7
29.6
14.7
29.3
4.11
3.85
59.3
58.4
27.3
13.7
27.0
4.47
4.21
60.1
59.3
AIR ENTERING INDOOR UNIT — CFM/BF
880/0.12
Air Entering Indoor Unit — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
34.3
36.1
37.0
38.5
34.3
30.3
24.1
19.1
33.8
35.5
36.5
38.0
2.21
2.25
2.26
2.29
1.90
1.93
1.94
1.98
47.5
51.4
57.3
62.2
42.6
48.4
54.6
60.6
33.3
34.9
36.8
38.1
33.3
29.7
24.3
19.0
32.8
34.3
36.2
37.6
2.45
2.48
2.51
2.54
2.14
2.17
2.20
2.23
47.8
51.3
56.6
61.9
42.7
48.5
54.3
60.4
31.9
33.4
35.6
37.3
31.9
29.0
23.8
18.7
31.4
32.9
35.1
36.8
2.72
2.76
2.80
2.84
2.41
2.45
2.49
2.53
48.4
51.3
56.5
61.7
43.0
48.8
54.5
60.4
30.5
31.9
34.4
36.5
30.5
28.2
23.4
18.4
30.0
31.4
33.9
36.0
3.00
3.04
3.09
3.14
2.69
2.73
2.78
2.83
49.1
51.4
56.4
61.5
43.3
49.1
54.6
60.3
28.7
29.8
32.6
35.0
28.7
26.9
22.5
17.8
28.2
29.3
32.1
34.5
3.29
3.33
3.41
3.47
2.98
3.02
3.11
3.17
50.1
52.0
56.7
61.7
43.8
49.7
55.0
60.6
26.9
27.8
30.5
33.1
26.9
25.6
21.5
17.0
26.5
27.3
30.1
32.6
3.60
3.63
3.75
3.83
3.30
3.33
3.44
3.53
51.2
52.7
57.2
62.0
44.4
50.3
55.5
60.9
25.2
25.7
28.3
31.0
25.2
24.3
20.3
16.1
24.7
25.3
27.8
30.5
3.93
3.96
4.08
4.21
3.63
3.66
3.78
3.91
52.4
53.4
57.8
62.5
45.0
51.0
56.2
61.4
23.5
23.7
26.0
28.6
23.5
23.0
19.2
15.2
23.0
23.2
25.6
28.2
4.28
4.30
4.42
4.60
3.99
4.00
4.13
4.30
53.6
54.1
58.5
63.1
45.6
51.6
56.8
62.0
1100/0.15
57
35.7
35.7
35.1
2.27
1.92
53.0
45.3
35.2
35.2
34.5
2.52
2.17
52.8
45.2
33.8
33.8
33.2
2.80
2.46
53.3
45.4
32.5
32.5
31.8
3.08
2.74
53.7
45.6
30.8
30.8
30.2
3.40
3.06
54.4
46.0
28.8
28.8
28.3
3.71
3.37
55.4
46.4
26.9
26.9
26.4
4.05
3.72
56.5
46.9
25.0
25.0
24.5
4.40
4.07
57.5
47.4
62
36.9
32.8
36.3
2.30
1.95
55.3
51.1
36.0
32.6
35.3
2.54
2.19
54.8
51.2
34.5
32.0
33.9
2.82
2.47
54.7
51.4
33.1
31.4
32.5
3.10
2.76
54.6
51.6
31.2
30.1
30.6
3.41
3.07
55.0
52.0
29.0
28.6
28.4
3.72
3.38
55.7
52.5
27.0
26.9
26.4
4.05
3.72
56.5
53.0
25.0
25.0
24.4
4.40
4.07
57.5
53.4
67
38.0
25.8
37.3
2.32
1.97
60.7
57.1
38.0
26.4
37.3
2.58
2.23
59.7
56.8
36.8
26.0
36.1
2.87
2.52
59.5
56.9
35.5
25.6
34.9
3.16
2.82
59.3
57.0
33.6
24.8
33.0
3.47
3.13
59.5
57.3
31.6
23.8
31.0
3.82
3.49
59.8
57.7
29.2
22.6
28.7
4.16
3.83
60.3
58.2
26.8
21.4
26.3
4.51
4.18
60.9
58.8
72
39.5
20.0
38.8
2.35
2.00
65.1
62.9
39.0
20.0
38.4
2.61
2.26
64.8
62.7
38.0
19.7
37.4
2.90
2.55
64.6
62.8
37.0
19.4
36.3
3.19
2.84
64.5
62.8
35.8
19.0
35.2
3.54
3.20
64.4
62.9
34.0
18.3
33.4
3.90
3.56
64.6
63.1
31.9
17.5
31.3
4.28
3.95
64.9
63.5
29.6
16.6
29.0
4.68
4.35
65.3
63.9
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
SYSTEM 42C* — IN-CEILING CASSETTE SYSTEM (38QR-C036 3-PHASE UNIT WITH 40QKE048)
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
OUTDOOR UNIT
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
LDB
LWB
680/0.08
57
35.4
33.9
35.0
2.15
1.80
39.4
37.3
33.2
32.2
32.8
2.43
2.07
40.5
38.2
31.0
30.5
30.6
2.71
2.34
41.5
39.1
28.8
28.7
28.4
2.99
2.60
42.5
39.9
26.6
26.6
26.2
3.25
2.86
44.1
40.8
24.6
24.6
24.2
3.53
3.13
45.8
41.7
22.5
22.5
22.2
3.83
3.41
47.5
42.6
20.6
20.6
20.2
4.13
3.70
49.3
43.4
62
35.7
27.1
35.3
2.04
1.69
47.9
44.3
34.3
26.6
33.9
2.39
2.03
47.5
44.6
32.9
26.1
32.5
2.75
2.38
47.0
44.8
31.5
25.6
31.1
3.11
2.72
46.6
45.1
28.9
24.0
28.5
3.38
2.98
47.7
46.1
26.4
22.5
26.0
3.65
3.24
48.7
47.2
23.9
21.0
23.5
3.93
3.51
49.9
48.2
21.4
19.4
21.1
4.21
3.79
51.0
49.3
67
38.9
23.8
38.4
2.19
1.84
51.8
49.8
37.3
23.1
36.9
2.53
2.16
51.8
50.0
35.8
22.4
35.4
2.86
2.49
51.8
50.3
34.3
21.8
33.9
3.19
2.81
51.7
50.5
32.1
20.7
31.7
3.55
3.15
52.3
51.2
29.3
19.2
28.9
3.83
3.43
53.3
52.2
26.6
17.8
26.2
4.13
3.71
54.4
53.2
23.9
16.5
23.6
4.43
4.00
55.5
54.3
Rating condition.
Not recommended for long-term operation.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
LDB
LWB
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power
Leaving Dry Bulb
Leaving Wet Bulb
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
35.7
17.5
35.3
2.06
1.70
59.6
58.5
35.9
17.5
35.5
2.46
2.10
58.8
57.8
36.2
17.6
35.7
2.87
2.49
58.0
57.1
36.4
17.6
36.0
3.27
2.89
57.2
56.5
34.8
16.9
34.5
3.65
3.26
57.4
56.7
32.4
15.9
32.1
4.04
3.63
58.1
57.3
29.5
14.6
29.1
4.35
3.93
59.1
58.3
26.6
13.4
26.3
4.66
4.24
60.1
59.3
AIR ENTERING INDOOR UNIT — CFM/BF
880/0.11
Air Entering Indoor Unit — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
35.9
36.6
38.2
35.6
35.9
28.6
23.7
17.4
35.4
36.0
37.6
35.0
2.12
2.14
2.17
2.05
1.74
1.76
1.79
1.67
47.0
54.0
58.6
64.5
42.3
48.6
54.6
62.1
34.5
35.4
37.5
36.4
34.5
28.6
23.8
17.9
33.9
34.9
36.9
35.9
2.45
2.48
2.55
2.50
2.06
2.09
2.15
2.10
47.4
53.1
57.7
63.4
42.5
48.7
54.4
61.3
33.0
34.2
36.8
37.3
33.0
28.6
23.9
18.5
32.5
33.7
36.2
36.8
2.79
2.83
2.92
2.94
2.39
2.42
2.52
2.54
47.8
52.2
56.8
62.2
42.7
48.7
54.3
60.6
31.6
33.1
36.0
38.1
31.6
28.6
24.1
19.0
31.1
32.5
35.5
37.6
3.13
3.17
3.30
3.38
2.71
2.75
2.88
2.97
48.2
51.3
55.9
61.1
42.9
48.8
54.1
59.9
29.4
30.7
33.7
36.5
29.4
27.5
23.0
18.4
28.9
30.2
33.2
36.0
3.43
3.51
3.64
3.77
3.00
3.08
3.21
3.34
49.5
51.5
56.2
61.1
43.6
49.4
54.6
60.0
27.1
28.0
30.9
34.2
27.1
25.8
21.7
17.5
26.6
27.5
30.5
33.8
3.72
3.78
3.97
4.18
3.28
3.34
3.54
3.75
51.0
52.4
56.8
61.4
44.3
50.2
55.3
60.4
24.8
25.3
28.0
31.1
24.8
24.0
20.2
16.1
24.3
24.9
27.6
30.6
4.03
4.07
4.27
4.50
3.58
3.62
3.82
4.05
52.5
53.3
57.7
62.3
45.0
51.0
56.1
61.2
22.6
22.8
25.2
28.0
22.6
22.3
18.7
14.8
22.1
22.3
24.7
27.5
4.34
4.36
4.57
4.82
3.88
3.90
4.11
4.36
54.0
54.3
58.6
63.1
45.8
51.9
56.9
62.0
1100/0.14
57
38.1
38.1
37.4
2.26
1.84
52.0
44.8
36.6
36.6
35.9
2.57
2.15
52.4
45.0
35.0
35.0
34.3
2.89
2.46
52.8
45.2
33.4
33.4
32.8
3.21
2.76
53.2
45.4
31.6
31.6
31.0
3.59
3.12
53.8
45.7
29.1
29.1
28.5
3.89
3.42
55.1
46.3
26.7
26.7
26.1
4.20
3.72
56.4
46.9
24.3
24.3
23.7
4.52
4.02
57.7
47.5
62
35.6
28.1
34.9
2.13
1.71
59.9
52.0
35.1
29.2
34.4
2.50
2.07
58.2
51.8
34.6
30.3
34.0
2.87
2.43
56.5
51.6
34.1
31.4
33.5
3.24
2.79
54.8
51.3
32.2
30.8
31.6
3.62
3.15
54.5
51.7
29.3
28.8
28.7
3.91
3.43
55.4
52.3
26.7
26.7
26.1
4.20
3.72
56.4
52.9
24.2
24.2
23.7
4.52
4.02
57.7
53.5
67
35.0
21.3
34.3
2.06
1.65
65.0
58.4
35.7
22.9
35.0
2.50
2.07
63.1
57.8
36.4
24.5
35.8
2.94
2.50
61.1
57.2
37.1
26.1
36.5
3.38
2.93
59.2
56.6
35.0
25.4
34.4
3.74
3.28
59.1
56.9
32.2
24.1
31.6
4.09
3.61
59.4
57.5
29.1
22.5
28.5
4.39
3.90
60.1
58.2
26.1
21.0
25.5
4.69
4.19
60.8
58.8
72
34.8
16.9
34.1
2.03
1.62
68.2
64.5
36.3
18.0
35.6
2.52
2.09
66.8
63.8
37.8
19.1
37.2
3.00
2.56
65.4
63.0
39.4
20.2
38.7
3.48
3.03
64.0
62.3
37.9
19.8
37.2
3.88
3.42
63.8
62.3
35.3
18.9
34.7
4.26
3.78
64.0
62.7
32.2
17.6
31.6
4.62
4.13
64.6
63.3
29.0
16.3
28.4
4.94
4.44
65.3
63.9
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
INSTANTANEOUS AND INTEGRATED HEATING RATINGS
SYSTEM 27H* — HIGH WALL SYSTEM (38BK009 WITH 40QNE009)
TEMP (F)
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
55
60
65
70
75
80
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
(CFM)
Cap
230
kW
Cap
250
kW
Cap
270
kW
Cap
230
kW
Cap
250
kW
Cap
270
kW
Cap
230
kW
Cap
250
kW
Cap
270
kW
Cap
230
kW
Cap
250
kW
Cap
270
kW
Cap
230
kW
Cap
250
kW
Cap
270
kW
Cap
230
kW
Cap
250
kW
Cap
270
kW
AIR TEMPERATURE ENTERING OUTDOOR COIL (F)
−3
3.58
7
3.29
4.31
0.55
3.60
3.31
4.32
3.32
3.78
4.85
3.84
4.03
4.88
3.71
3.74
3.55
4.72
3.59
4.75
3.93
3.61
3.61
3.32
4.65
3.38
3.72
3.42
4.73
3.01
3.34
3.08
4.59
3.13
0.68
4.22
4.66
4.48
5.00
7.64
5.92
5.26
7.21
6.03
7.34
6.13
7.47
8.51
8.66
10.2
10.2
10.2
1.0
8.80
0.93
10.2
1.1
8.66
8.80
10.1
0.94
0.94
6.80
0.87
10.1
0.96
6.68
10.0
0.95
8.91
8.51
0.88
5.44
0.82
10.0
0.88
6.56
10.1
0.98
8.87
8.91
0.90
5.35
10.1
0.90
6.95
10.1
0.88
8.67
8.87
0.83
0.83
4.64
0.77
5.56
10.1
0.92
6.87
10.0
0.90
9.00†
8.67
0.84
0.84
4.56
5.09
7.55
0.78
0.78
4.28
0.73
6.27
0.79
0.73
5.50
10.0
0.84
6.78
9.94
0.92
8.96
9.00
0.86
0.79
4.73
4.91
7.45
9.94
0.86
7.15
9.84
0.83
8.91
8.96
0.79
5.43
6.19
0.74
4.23
7.85
0.80
4.68
5.19
0.74
0.68
3.41
4.35
4.60
0.69
6.11
0.74
0.69
5.61
9.84
0.87
6.97
10.0
0.85
8.79
8.91
0.80
0.74
4.62
5.13
7.65
10.0
0.78
6.77
10.2
0.88
8.87
8.79
0.81
5.57
6.32
0.75
4.31
7.44
0.75
4.67†
5.07
0.70
0.66
3.27
4.27
4.69
0.66
6.28
0.70
0.70
5.53
10.2
0.80
7.24
9.63
0.77
8.88
8.87
0.76
0.76
4.64
5.12
7.96
9.63
0.82
7.18
9.58
0.79
8.89
8.88
0.77
5.66
6.23
0.70
4.39
7.89
0.70
4.60
5.09
0.66
0.66
3.67
4.37
4.78
0.63
6.38
0.71
0.67
5.62
9.58
0.75
7.09
9.77
0.82
8.85
8.89
0.78
0.71
5.29
5.05
7.79
9.77
0.76
7.36
9.65
0.73
8.80
8.85
0.72
5.57
6.33
0.66
4.34
8.09
0.72
5.26
5.80
0.67
0.63
6.27
0.66
4.46
5.82
9.65
0.77
7.33
9.60
0.74
8.87
8.80
0.73
0.67
5.22
5.76
0.63
0.64
3.90
4.44
4.86
6.56
0.67
0.63
3.76
4.83
5.73
8.06
9.60
0.71
7.27
9.81
0.77
8.83
8.87
0.74
5.78
9.81
0.72
7.45
7.98
0.68
0.63
4.41
4.83
0.60
3.86
5.30
0.64
0.60
4.09
4.48
4.80
6.51
8.83
0.68
5.73
57
8.77
0.73
7.41
8.18
0.69
4.80
8.77
0.69
5.93
6.45
0.63
0.60
0.61
4.06
5.27
8.14
0.64
4.76
47
7.38
0.71
5.91
6.68
0.64
4.46
8.11
0.64
4.92
5.23
0.60
0.57
6.65
0.60
4.43
37
5.89
0.65
4.91
5.40
0.60
3.82
6.63
0.60
3.98
4.82
0.58
4.17
5.38
0.57
0.58
4.15
3.97
4.33
27
4.89
0.61
0.57
0.54
4.11
5.37
0.58
0.55
3.61
17
3.96
10.0
10.0
0.98
Indicates rating condition.
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†Integrated Rating.
Indicates integrated rating.
NOTE: Integrated capacity is maximum (instantaneous) capacity less the effect of frost on the
outdoor coil and the heat required to defrost it.
LEGEND
Cap — Heating Capacity (1000 Btuh) (includes indoor-fan motor heat)
kW — Total Power Input (includes compressor motor power input, outdoorfan motor power input, and indoor-fan motor power input)
INSTANTANEOUS AND INTEGRATED HEATING RATINGS (cont)
SYSTEM 28H* — HIGH WALL SYSTEM (38BK012 WITH 40QNE012)
TEMP (F)
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
55
60
65
70
75
80
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
(CFM)
Cap
255
kW
Cap
292
kW
Cap
315
kW
Cap
255
kW
Cap
292
kW
Cap
315
kW
Cap
255
kW
Cap
292
kW
Cap
315
kW
Cap
255
kW
Cap
292
kW
Cap
315
kW
Cap
255
kW
Cap
292
kW
Cap
315
kW
Cap
255
kW
Cap
292
kW
Cap
315
kW
AIR TEMPERATURE ENTERING OUTDOOR COIL (F)
−3
4.09
7
3.77
5.87
0.75
4.29
3.95
6.03
4.04
4.22
6.83
4.48
4.21
6.82
3.88
3.98
3.58
5.84
3.66
6.08
4.03
3.71
3.54
3.26
5.39
3.32
3.65
3.36
5.64
2.95
3.27
3.01
5.08
3.03
0.89
4.67
5.14
6.39
7.29
10.8
8.06
7.16
10.1
8.37
10.3
8.46
10.5
11.7
12.1
13.9
14.1
14.1
1.43
12.2
1.30
13.9
1.50
12.1
12.2
14.0
1.32
1.32
9.54
1.22
14.0
1.37
9.41
14.0
1.34
12.4
11.7
1.24
7.51
1.13
14.0
1.24
9.16
14.0
1.43
12.3
12.4
1.28
7.43
14.0
1.26
9.81
14.1
1.25
12.0
12.3
1.17
1.14
6.72
1.04
7.79
14.1
1.31
9.64
14.0
1.27
12.5†
12.0
1.18
1.17
6.65
7.37
10.4
1.08
1.04
4.73
0.95
8.77
1.06
0.95
7.65
14.0
1.18
9.32
14.0
1.35
12.4
12.5
1.22
1.10
6.30
7.01
10.2
14.0
1.20
9.94
14.0
1.18
12.1
12.4
1.11
7.38
8.61
1.01
4.51
10.9
1.12
6.17
6.91
0.96
0.89
3.31
5.18
4.90
0.89
8.31
1.01
0.92
8.02
14.0
1.25
9.81
13.8
1.20
12.4
12.1
1.13
1.04
5.87
6.77
10.8
13.8
1.11
9.57
13.9
1.27
12.5
12.4
1.17
7.91
9.03
1.03
5.10
10.5
1.05
6.55†
6.44
0.92
0.85
3.20
4.95
5.55
0.85
8.91
0.97
0.93
7.72
13.9
1.14
10.1
14.1
1.12
12.4
12.5
0.07
1.08
6.46
7.19
11.1
14.1
1.19
9.99
14.0
1.14
12.5
12.4
1.08
8.13
8.69
0.97
5.67
11.0
0.99
6.28
7.08
0.89
0.86
3.61
5.59
6.17
0.82
9.15
0.99
0.89
8.02
14.0
1.06
9.75
14.0
1.21
12.4
12.5
1.11
1.00
6.87
6.89
10.7
14.0
1.08
10.3
13.8
1.05
12.4
12.4
1.01
7.83
9.03
0.93
5.36
11.3
1.03
6.78
7.54
0.89
0.82
8.82
0.94
6.03
8.35
13.8
1.13
10.3
14.0
1.08
12.2
12.4
1.03
0.94
6.61
7.44
0.86
0.82
3.98
5.96
6.57
9.40
0.96
0.86
4.05
7.05
7.25
11.3
14.0
0.99
10.0
14.1
1.15
12.4
12.2
1.07
8.21
14.1
1.02
10.4
11.0
0.96
0.89
5.79
6.48
0.79
3.89
7.73
0.87
0.79
4.40
6.27
6.30
9.25
12.4
0.96
7.96
57
12.5
1.07
10.4
11.4
0.98
6.93
12.5
0.98
8.57
8.96
0.90
0.82
0.79
4.32
7.60
11.4
0.90
6.73
47
10.3
1.02
8.43
9.65
0.91
6.27
11.3
0.91
7.28
7.38
0.83
0.76
9.49
0.85
6.17
37
8.18
0.94
7.17
7.99
0.84
4.39
9.21
0.86
5.62
6.72
0.77
4.87
7.86
0.79
0.77
4.77
5.54
6.12
27
6.96
0.87
0.80
0.74
4.59
7.63
0.81
0.74
4.39
17
5.40
14.0
14.0
1.39
Indicates rating condition.
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
†Integrated Rating.
Indicates integrated rating.
NOTE: Integrated capacity is maximum (instantaneous) capacity less the effect of frost on the
outdoor coil and the heat required to defrost it.
LEGEND
Cap — Heating Capacity (1000 Btuh) (includes indoor-fan motor heat)
kW — Total Power Input (includes compressor motor power input, outdoorfan motor power input, and indoor-fan motor power input)
INSTANTANEOUS AND INTEGRATED HEATING RATINGS (cont)
SYSTEM 29H* — HIGH WALL SYSTEM (38BK018 WITH 40QNE018)
TEMP (F)
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
55
60
65
70
75
80
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
(CFM)
Cap
420
kW
Cap
450
kW
Cap
510
kW
Cap
420
kW
Cap
420
kW
Cap
510
kW
Cap
420
kW
Cap
450
kW
Cap
510
kW
Cap
420
kW
Cap
450
kW
Cap
510
kW
Cap
420
kW
Cap
450
kW
Cap
510
kW
Cap
420
kW
Cap
450
kW
Cap
510
kW
AIR TEMPERATURE ENTERING OUTDOOR COIL (F)
−3
6.62
7
6.09
8.84
1.02
6.70
6.16
8.93
6.30
9.11
5.69
10.5
6.77
9.63
1.17
4.95
7.46
6.85
9.80
1.17
5.08
7.66
1.06
7.04
10.1
1.17
4.47
6.89
1.06
6.33
9.09
1.18
4.53
6.98
1.06
6.42
9.22
1.18
4.65
7.16
1.07
6.58
9.50
1.18
4.89
6.42
1.07
5.90
8.58
1.19
4.95
6.50
1.07
5.97
8.71
1.19
5.06
1.08
7.46
7.37
1.05
5.50
10.3
1.15
4.88
5.38
7.30
8.12
1.05
5.31
10.2
1.15
5.49
5.06
7.20
7.94
1.05
4.93
10.9
1.15
5.36
4.86
7.95
7.84
1.04
5.52
10.7
1.14
5.29
5.38
7.72
8.65
1.04
5.30
10.6
1.14
5.90
5.96
7.62
8.40
1.03
5.83
11.2
1.14
5.77
5.75
8.37
8.29
1.03
6.41
11.0
1.12
1.03
6.27
8.21
1.12
1.02
6.19
10.9
1.12
1.02
6.84
17
8.12
6.67
6.13
1.19
8.94
27
9.95
1.23
10.0
1.23
10.2
1.23
9.65
1.25
9.74
1.25
9.91
1.25
9.30
1.27
9.40
1.27
9.58
1.27
8.78
1.29
8.94
1.29
9.17†
1.28
8.29
1.30
8.41
1.30
8.66
1.30
7.82
1.32
7.94
1.32
8.15
1.32
12.9
37
11.5
15.4
1.35
13.0
11.6
15.5
11.8
11.1
15.1
11.5
15.4
12.2
10.8
14.6
12.3
10.9
14.7
12.5
11.1
15.0
11.8
10.5
14.1
12.0
10.6
14.3
12.2
10.8
14.6
11.4
10.2
13.7
11.6
10.3
13.9
11.8
10.5
14.2
11.0
9.79
13.3
11.2
9.93
13.3
11.4
10.1
13.7
15.6
15.8
18.2
18.5
18.5
1.98
16.1
1.77
18.2
1.99
15.8
16.1
19.3
1.91
1.78
12.5
1.61
19.3
1.79
12.3
19.0
1.94
16.5
15.6
1.61
1.45
19.0
1.74
12.1
18.7
1.96
16.2
16.5
1.62
1.45
18.7
1.75
12.9
19.8
1.87
16.0
16.2
1.59
1.46
19.8
1.76
12.6
19.3
1.90
16.9†
16.0
1.59
1.43
19.3
1.70
12.5
19.2
1.92
16.6
16.9
1.60
1.43
19.2
1.72
13.3
20.1
1.83
16.4
16.6
1.56
1.44
20.1
1.73
13.0
19.8
1.86
17.4
16.4
1.57
1.41
19.8
1.67
12.9
19.7
1.88
17.0
17.4
1.58
1.41
19.7
1.69
13.6
20.6
1.79
16.8
17.0
1.53
1.42
20.6
1.70
13.4
20.1
1.81
17.8
16.8
1.54
1.39
20.1
1.63
13.2
19.9
1.83
17.5
17.8
1.55
1.39
19.9
1.65
14.0
20.7
1.73
17.3
17.5
1.50
1.40
20.7
1.67
13.8
20.6
1.77
18.2
17.3
1.52
1.36
20.6
1.59
13.6
20.5
1.80
17.9
18.2
1.52
11.3
20.5
1.62
14.4
15.0
1.37
12.9
17.9
1.47
1.37
12.7
14.1
15.8
57
17.7
1.63
1.49
1.34
12.6
17.7
1.50
1.35
13.3
47
14.0
18.9
18.9
1.96
Indicates rating condition.
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
†Integrated Rating.
Indicates integrated rating.
NOTE: Integrated capacity is maximum (instantaneous) capacity less the effect of frost on the
outdoor coil and the heat required to defrost it.
LEGEND
Cap — Heating Capacity (1000 Btuh) (includes indoor-fan motor heat)
kW — Total Power Input (includes compressor motor power input, outdoorfan motor power input, and indoor-fan motor power input)
INSTANTANEOUS AND INTEGRATED HEATING RATINGS (cont)
SYSTEM 30H* — HIGH WALL SYSTEM (38BK024 WITH 40QNE024)
TEMP (F)
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
55
60
65
70
75
80
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
(CFM)
Cap
465
kW
Cap
500
kW
Cap
545
kW
Cap
465
kW
Cap
500
kW
Cap
545
kW
Cap
465
kW
Cap
500
kW
Cap
545
kW
Cap
465
kW
Cap
500
kW
Cap
545
kW
Cap
465
kW
Cap
500
kW
Cap
545
kW
Cap
465
kW
Cap
500
kW
Cap
545
kW
AIR TEMPERATURE ENTERING OUTDOOR COIL (F)
−3
8.43
7
7.75
11.1
1.28
8.56
7.87
11.3
7.98
7.25
10.7
7.49
7.36
10.9
6.77
6.86
6.26
9.41
6.37
9.56
7.03
6.47
6.22
5.72
8.85
5.82
6.45
5.94
9.17
5.15
5.70
5.25
8.40
5.36
7.72
8.57
1.35
10.1
11.2
18.0
13.9
12.3
17.1
14.1
17.3
14.4
12.8
17.5
19.8
20.1
23.2
23.5
23.5
2.49
20.3
23.9
2.21
Indicates rating condition.
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
†Integrated Rating.
Indicates integrated rating.
NOTE: Integrated capacity is maximum (instantaneous) capacity less the effect of frost on the
outdoor coil and the heat required to defrost it.
LEGEND
Cap — Heating Capacity (1000 Btuh) (includes indoor-fan motor heat)
kW — Total Power Input (includes compressor motor power input, outdoorfan motor power input, and indoor-fan motor power input)
23.2
2.50
20.1
20.3
24.6
2.43
2.23
15.9
2.01
24.6
2.24
15.7
24.3
2.45
20.9
19.8
2.02
1.81
24.3
2.18
15.5
23.8
2.47
20.6
20.9
2.03
12.5
23.8
2.19
16.4
25.3
2.39
20.3
20.6
1.99
1.82
10.4
1.65
13.3
25.3
2.20
16.2
24.9
2.41
21.4†
20.3
1.99
1.82
10.2
11.4
17.8
1.79
1.65
7.87
1.49
15.0
1.65
1.49
13.1
24.9
2.14
16.0
24.5
2.43
21.1
21.4
2.00
1.79
11.0
11.1
17.6
24.5
2.15
16.9
25.7
2.32
20.8
21.1
1.96
12.9
14.7
1.63
7.61
18.5
1.80
10.8
12.1
1.49
1.35
5.82
8.42
8.28
1.35
14.5
1.63
1.48
13.7
25.7
2.17
16.6
25.4
2.35
22.0
20.8
1.96
1.76
10.6
11.8
18.3
25.4
2.10
16.4
25.1
2.38
21.6
22.0
1.97
13.5
15.5
1.63
8.26
18.0
1.77
11.5†
11.7
1.48
1.34
5.60
8.13
8.99
1.33
15.2
1.61
1.48
13.3
25.1
2.12
17.3
26.3
2.28
21.4
21.6
1.92
1.77
11.4
12.7
19.0
26.3
2.13
17.1
25.9
2.30
22.5
21.4
1.93
14.1
15.0
1.61
8.95
18.8
1.74
11.2
12.5
1.46
1.33
6.33
8.79
9.74
1.32
15.9
1.61
1.46
14.0
25.9
2.06
16.9
25.6
2.32
22.2
22.5
1.94
1.74
12.0
12.3
18.5
25.6
2.08
17.8
26.4
2.19
21.9
22.2
1.89
13.8
15.7
1.59
8.65
19.6
1.75
11.9
13.2
1.46
1.32
15.5
1.59
9.48
14.5
26.4
2.10
17.6
26.3
2.24
23.1
21.9
1.90
1.71
11.7
13.0
1.44
1.32
6.92
9.32
10.3
16.4
1.59
1.44
6.99
12.4
12.8
19.3
26.3
2.03
17.3
26.2
2.28
22.8
23.1
1.91
14.4
26.2
2.04
18.3
19.1
1.72
1.57
9.18
10.1
1.31
6.80
13.7
1.44
1.31
7.60
10.0
9.99
16.2
22.8
1.86
14.2
57
22.5
2.06
18.0
20.1
1.72
12.3
22.5
1.87
15.0
16.0
1.57
1.42
1.31
7.46
13.5
19.8
1.68
12.1
47
17.8
1.88
14.8
16.8
1.57
9.86
19.6
1.69
12.9
13.3
1.42
1.30
16.6
1.54
9.70
37
14.6
1.69
12.8
14.2
1.43
7.36
16.4
1.55
10.5
10.6
1.29
8.14
14.0
1.41
1.29
8.00
10.4
11.4
27
12.6
1.55
1.41
1.28
7.89
13.8
1.41
1.28
8.67
17
10.2
23.9
2.47
INSTANTANEOUS AND INTEGRATED HEATING RATINGS (cont)
SYSTEM 31H* — CEILING-SUSPENDED SYSTEM (38QR-C018 WITH 40QAE024)
TEMP (F)
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
55
60
65
70
75
80
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
(CFM)
Cap
320
kW
Cap
400
kW
Cap
480
kW
Cap
320
kW
Cap
400
kW
Cap
480
kW
Cap
320
kW
Cap
400
kW
Cap
480
kW
Cap
320
kW
Cap
400
kW
Cap
480
kW
Cap
320
kW
Cap
400
kW
Cap
480
kW
Cap
320
kW
Cap
400
kW
Cap
480
kW
AIR TEMPERATURE ENTERING OUTDOOR COIL (F)
0
6.84
10
6.30
8.86
1.18
7.23
6.65
9.34
6.92
9.69
5.87
6.76
8.39
6.22
8.87
6.48
9.22
5.44
7.92
5.78
8.39
6.04
8.74
5.01
7.45
5.34
7.92
5.60
8.27
4.56
6.96
4.88
7.41
5.12
7.76
4.11
6.46
4.41
7.99
10.30
6.81
8.85
7.24
9.40
7.56
9.80
6.36
8.36
6.78
8.89
7.09
9.29
5.91
7.86
6.91
6.31
8.39
6.63
8.79
1.33
4.64
1.28
9.87
1.32
1.26
5.05
7.67
1.34
1.23
4.79
9.32
1.32
1.27
4.46
7.24
1.30
1.25
5.56
10.70
1.32
1.22
5.30
8.43
1.30
1.26
4.96
10.30
1.29
1.23
6.08
8.11
1.30
1.21
5.81
9.80
1.29
1.24
5.45
7.67
1.28
1.22
6.56
11.20
1.29
1.20
6.28
8.86
1.27
1.23
5.91
10.80
1.26
1.21
7.04
8.54
1.27
1.19
7.25
20
9.36
10.90
1.30
1.26
1.22
6.38
10.30
1.25
1.20
7.52
17
8.10
1.35
9.86
1.30
10.20
1.31
8.93
1.31
9.43
1.32
9.79
1.33
8.50
1.33
9.00
1.34
9.36
1.35
8.07
1.34
8.57
1.35
8.93†
1.37
7.62
1.36
8.11
1.37
8.47
1.38
7.17
1.37
7.65
1.39
8.01
1.40
11.50
11.90
10.40
11.00
11.40
9.97
10.50
11.00
9.50
10.10
10.50
9.01
9.58
10.00
8.51
9.08
9.50
30
9.84
1.32
10.30
1.32
10.70
1.32
9.41
1.33
9.92
1.34
10.30
1.34
8.99
1.35
9.51
1.36
9.88
1.36
8.57
1.37
9.09
1.38
9.46
1.39
8.12
1.38
8.63
1.39
9.02
1.40
7.67
1.40
8.18
1.41
8.57
1.42
13.00
13.60
14.00
12.60
13.20
13.60
12.10
12.80
13.20
11.70
12.30
12.80
11.20
11.90
12.30
10.70
11.40
11.90
11.40
1.38
12.00
1.37
12.30
1.37
11.00
1.40
11.60
1.40
11.90
1.40
10.60
1.43
11.20
1.42
11.60
1.42
10.20
1.45
10.80
1.44
11.20
1.45
9.79
1.47
10.40
1.47
10.80
1.47
9.36
1.49
9.96
1.49
10.40
1.49
40
15.30
15.90
16.40
14.90
15.50
16.00
14.40
15.10
15.60
14.00
14.70
15.20
13.50
14.30
14.80
13.00
13.80
14.40
15.30
1.46
15.90
1.43
16.40
1.42
14.90
1.48
15.50
1.46
16.00
1.45
14.40
1.51
15.10
1.49
15.60
1.48
14.00
1.53
14.70
1.52
15.20
1.51
13.50
1.55
14.30
1.54
14.80
1.54
13.00
1.58
13.80
1.57
14.40
1.57
47
16.90
17.70
18.40
16.50
17.30
17.90
16.10
16.80
17.50
15.70
16.40
17.00
15.20
16.00
16.50
14.70
15.60
16.10
16.90
1.51
17.70
1.48
18.40
1.45
16.50
1.54
17.30
1.51
17.90
1.49
16.10
1.57
16.80
1.54
17.50
1.52
15.70
1.59
16.40
1.57
17.00†
1.56
15.20
1.62
16.00
1.60
16.50
1.59
14.70
1.64
15.60
1.63
16.10
1.62
60
22.50
24.20
23.90
22.10
23.50
23.60
21.60
22.90
23.30
21.20
22.20
23.00
20.80
21.60
22.60
20.40
21.00
22.20
Indicates rating condition.
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
†Integrated Rating.
Indicates integrated rating.
NOTE: Integrated capacity is maximum (instantaneous) capacity less the effect of frost on the
outdoor coil and the heat required to defrost it.
LEGEND
Cap — Heating Capacity (1000 Btuh) (includes indoor-fan motor heat)
kW — Total Power Input (includes compressor motor power input, outdoorfan motor power input, and indoor-fan motor power input)
22.50
1.69
24.20
1.58
23.90
1.54
22.10
1.73
23.50
1.64
23.60
1.59
21.60
1.76
22.90
1.69
23.30
1.64
21.20
1.80
22.20
1.74
23.00
1.69
20.80
1.83
21.60
1.79
22.60
1.75
20.40
1.86
21.00
1.84
22.20
1.81
INSTANTANEOUS AND INTEGRATED HEATING RATINGS (cont)
SYSTEM 32H* — CEILING-SUSPENDED SYSTEM (38QR-C024 WITH 40QAE024)
TEMP (F)
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
55
60
65
70
75
80
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
(CFM)
Cap
400
kW
Cap
480
kW
Cap
550
kW
Cap
400
kW
Cap
480
kW
Cap
550
kW
Cap
400
kW
Cap
480
kW
Cap
550
kW
Cap
400
kW
Cap
480
kW
Cap
550
kW
Cap
400
kW
Cap
480
kW
Cap
550
kW
Cap
400
kW
Cap
480
kW
Cap
550
kW
AIR TEMPERATURE ENTERING OUTDOOR COIL (F)
0
8.71
10
8.01
11.20
8.29
11.60
8.49
11.90
7.63
10.80
7.90
11.20
8.10
11.40
7.25
10.40
7.52
10.80
7.71
11.00
6.86
10.00
7.13
10.40
7.32
10.60
6.46
9.60
6.73
9.96
6.92
10.20
6.06
9.16
6.32
9.53
6.51
9.79
1.56
9.01
1.57
9.23
1.59
8.29
1.57
8.59
1.59
8.80
1.60
7.87
1.59
8.17
1.60
8.38
1.62
7.46
1.60
7.75
1.62
7.96
1.63
7.02
1.62
7.31
1.63
7.52
1.65
6.59
1.63
6.87
1.65
7.08
1.67
10.30
1.67
10.60
1.68
10.80
1.69
9.91
1.69
10.20
1.70
10.50
1.71
9.54
1.71
9.87
1.72
10.10
1.73
9.17
1.73
9.50
1.74
9.72
1.75
8.77
1.74
9.11
1.76
9.34
1.77
8.38
1.76
8.71
1.77
8.95
1.79
17
13.00
13.40
13.70
12.60
13.00
13.30
12.20
12.60
12.90
11.80
12.20
12.50
11.40
11.80
12.10
11.00
11.40
11.70
20
11.90
1.75
12.20
1.75
12.50
1.76
11.50
1.77
11.90
1.78
12.10
1.78
11.20
1.79
11.50
1.80
11.80
1.81
10.80
1.82
11.20
1.82
11.40†
1.83
10.40
1.83
10.80
1.84
11.00
1.85
10.00
1.85
10.40
1.86
10.70
1.87
13.90
14.30
14.60
13.50
13.90
14.20
13.10
13.50
13.80
12.70
13.10
13.40
12.20
12.70
13.00
11.80
12.20
12.50
12.50
1.79
12.90
1.79
13.20
1.79
12.20
1.81
12.50
1.81
12.80
1.81
11.80
1.83
12.20
1.83
12.40
1.84
11.40
1.85
11.80
1.86
12.10
1.87
11.00
1.88
11.40
1.88
11.70
1.89
10.60
1.90
11.00
1.90
11.30
1.91
30
16.70
17.30
17.70
16.30
16.80
17.20
15.90
16.40
16.80
15.40
15.90
16.30
15.00
15.50
15.90
14.60
15.10
15.40
14.70
1.90
15.20
1.89
15.50
1.89
14.30
1.93
14.80
1.92
15.10
1.92
13.90
1.96
14.40
1.95
14.70
1.95
13.50
1.98
14.00
1.98
14.30
1.98
13.20
2.01
13.60
2.01
13.90
2.01
12.80
2.01
13.20
2.04
13.50
2.04
40
20.10
20.80
21.30
19.70
20.30
20.80
19.20
19.80
20.30
18.70
19.30
19.80
18.20
18.80
19.30
17.70
18.30
18.80
20.10
2.03
20.80
2.01
21.30
2.00
19.70
2.06
20.30
2.05
20.80
2.04
19.20
2.10
19.80
2.08
20.30
2.07
18.70
2.13
19.30
2.11
19.80
2.11
18.20
2.16
18.80
2.15
19.30
2.14
17.70
2.19
18.30
2.18
18.80
2.18
47
22.80
23.90
24.40
22.30
23.20
23.80
21.70
22.60
23.20
21.20
21.90
22.60
20.60
21.40
22.00
20.10
20.80
21.40
22.80
2.14
23.90
2.11
24.40
2.08
22.30
2.17
23.20
2.14
23.80
2.12
21.70
2.21
22.60
2.18
23.20
2.17
21.20
2.24
21.90
2.22
22.60†
2.21
20.60
2.27
21.40
2.25
22.00
2.24
20.10
2.31
20.80
2.29
21.40
2.28
Indicates rating condition.
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
†Integrated Rating.
Indicates integrated rating.
NOTE: Integrated capacity is maximum (instantaneous) capacity less the effect of frost on the
outdoor coil and the heat required to defrost it.
LEGEND
Cap — Heating Capacity (1000 Btuh) (includes indoor-fan motor heat)
kW — Total Power Input (includes compressor motor power input, outdoorfan motor power input, and indoor-fan motor power input)
60
27.50
28.30
28.70
27.00
27.80
28.30
26.50
27.40
27.90
26.00
26.90
27.60
25.40
26.40
27.20
24.80
25.80
26.80
27.50
2.31
28.30
2.22
28.70
2.19
27.00
2.36
27.80
2.28
28.30
2.25
26.50
2.40
27.40
2.34
27.90
2.30
26.00
2.45
26.90
2.41
27.60
2.36
25.40
2.49
26.40
2.45
27.20
2.42
24.80
2.53
25.80
2.50
26.80
2.48
INSTANTANEOUS AND INTEGRATED HEATING RATINGS (cont)
SYSTEM 33H* — CEILING-SUSPENDED SYSTEM (38QR-C030 WITH 40QAE036)
TEMP (F)
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
55
60
65
70
75
80
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
(CFM)
Cap
630
kW
Cap
750
kW
Cap
870
kW
Cap
630
kW
Cap
750
kW
Cap
870
kW
Cap
630
kW
Cap
750
kW
Cap
870
kW
Cap
630
kW
Cap
750
kW
Cap
870
kW
Cap
630
kW
Cap
750
kW
Cap
870
kW
Cap
630
kW
Cap
750
kW
Cap
870
kW
AIR TEMPERATURE ENTERING OUTDOOR COIL (F)
0
10.60
10
9.73
13.50
9.89
1.68
10.00
1.68
9.54
1.77
9.70
1.76
9.82
1.76
9.36
1.85
9.51
1.84
9.64
1.84
9.17
1.93
9.32
1.92
9.45
1.91
8.96
2.01
9.12
2.00
9.26
2.00
8.74
2.10
8.91
2.09
9.06
2.08
13.70
1.69
10.70
10.90
10.40
10.50
10.70
10.20
10.30
10.50
9.97
10.10
10.30
9.74
9.91
10.10
9.50
9.69
9.84
13.80
13.30
13.50
13.60
13.10
13.30
13.50
12.90
13.10
13.30
12.70
12.90
13.10
12.50
12.70
12.90
12.40
1.79
12.60
1.78
12.70
1.77
12.20
1.88
12.40
1.86
12.50
1.85
12.10
1.97
12.20
1.94
12.40
1.93
11.90
2.05
12.10
2.03
12.20
2.02
11.70
2.15
11.90
2.12
12.00
2.11
11.50
2.24
11.70
2.21
11.80
2.20
17
15.70
15.90
16.00
15.50
15.70
15.90
15.40
15.60
15.70
15.30
15.50
15.60
15.10
15.30
15.40
14.90
15.10
15.30
20
14.30
1.87
14.50
1.84
14.60
1.83
14.20
1.96
14.30
1.93
14.50
1.92
14.00
2.06
14.20
2.02
14.30
2.01
13.90
2.15
14.10
2.12
14.20†
2.10
13.70
2.25
13.90
2.21
14.10
2.19
13.60
2.35
13.70
2.31
13.90
2.29
16.70
16.80
17.00
16.50
16.70
16.90
16.40
16.60
16.70
16.30
16.40
16.60
16.10
16.30
16.40
15.90
16.10
16.30
15.10
1.90
15.30
1.87
15.40
1.86
15.00
2.00
15.20
1.97
15.30
1.95
14.90
2.10
15.00
2.06
15.20
2.04
14.70
2.19
14.90
2.15
15.00
2.13
14.60
2.29
14.80
2.25
14.90
2.23
14.40
2.40
14.60
2.35
14.80
2.33
30
20.20
20.50
20.70
20.00
20.30
20.50
19.90
20.10
20.30
19.70
19.90
20.10
19.60
19.80
20.00
19.50
19.70
19.80
17.70
2.02
17.90
1.98
18.10
1.95
17.60
2.13
17.80
2.08
17.90
2.05
17.40
2.23
17.60
2.18
17.80
2.15
17.30
2.34
17.50
2.28
17.60
2.24
17.20
2.45
17.40
2.39
17.50
2.35
17.10
2.56
17.20
2.50
17.40
2.46
40
24.90
25.20
25.50
24.70
25.00
25.30
24.40
24.80
25.00
24.20
24.50
24.80
24.00
24.30
24.50
23.90
24.10
24.30
23.80
2.18
24.20
2.12
24.50
2.08
23.60
2.29
24.00
2.22
24.30
2.18
23.40
2.40
23.70
2.33
24.00
2.28
23.20
2.52
23.50
2.44
23.70
2.39
23.00
2.64
23.30
2.55
23.50
2.50
22.90
2.76
23.10
2.67
23.30
2.61
47
28.30
28.60
29.00
27.90
28.30
28.60
27.60
28.00
28.30
27.30
27.70
28.00
27.10
27.40
27.70
26.90
27.20
27.40
28.20
2.29
28.60
2.21
29.00
2.16
27.90
2.41
28.30
2.32
28.60
2.27
27.60
2.52
28.00
2.43
28.30
2.38
27.30
2.64
27.70
2.55
28.00†
2.49
27.10
2.77
27.40
2.67
27.70
2.61
26.90
2.90
27.20
2.79
27.40
2.72
Indicates rating condition.
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
†Integrated Rating.
Indicates integrated rating.
NOTE: Integrated capacity is maximum (instantaneous) capacity less the effect of frost on the
outdoor coil and the heat required to defrost it.
LEGEND
Cap — Heating Capacity (1000 Btuh) (includes indoor-fan motor heat)
kW — Total Power Input (includes compressor motor power input, outdoorfan motor power input, and indoor-fan motor power input)
60
34.10
34.60
35.00
33.70
34.20
34.60
33.40
33.90
34.20
33.00
33.50
33.90
32.70
33.20
33.60
32.40
32.90
33.20
34.10
2.48
34.60
2.38
35.00
2.31
33.70
2.61
34.20
2.50
34.60
2.43
33.40
2.74
33.90
2.62
34.20
2.55
33.00
2.87
33.50
2.74
33.90
2.67
32.70
3.01
33.20
2.88
33.60
2.79
32.40
3.15
32.90
3.01
33.20
2.92
INSTANTANEOUS AND INTEGRATED HEATING RATINGS (cont)
SYSTEM 34H* — CEILING-SUSPENDED SYSTEM (38QR-C036 SINGLE-PHASE UNIT WITH 40QAE036)
TEMP (F)
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
55
60
65
70
75
80
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
(CFM)
Cap
630
kW
Cap
750
kW
Cap
870
kW
Cap
630
kW
Cap
750
kW
Cap
870
kW
Cap
630
kW
Cap
750
kW
Cap
870
kW
Cap
630
kW
Cap
750
kW
Cap
870
kW
Cap
630
kW
Cap
750
kW
Cap
870
kW
Cap
630
kW
Cap
750
kW
Cap
870
kW
AIR TEMPERATURE ENTERING OUTDOOR COIL (F)
0
13.40
13.60
13.80
13.20
13.40
13.50
12.90
13.20
13.30
12.70
12.90
13.10
12.40
12.60
12.80
12.10
12.30
12.50
12.40
2.10
12.50
2.07
12.70
2.05
12.10
2.19
12.30
2.16
12.50
2.15
11.90
2.28
12.10
2.25
12.30
2.24
11.70
2.37
11.90
2.35
12.10
2.33
11.40
2.46
11.60
2.44
11.80
2.43
11.10
2.55
11.40
2.53
11.50
2.52
10
16.80
16.90
17.10
16.60
16.80
16.90
16.40
16.60
16.70
16.20
16.40
16.60
15.90
16.20
16.40
15.60
15.90
16.20
15.30
2.21
15.50
2.16
15.60
2.13
15.20
2.32
15.30
2.27
15.50
2.24
15.00
2.42
15.20
2.37
15.30
2.34
14.80
2.53
15.00
2.48
15.20
2.45
14.50
2.63
14.80
2.58
15.00
2.56
14.30
2.73
14.60
2.69
14.80
2.66
17
19.10
19.30
19.40
18.90
19.10
19.30
18.80
19.00
19.10
18.60
18.80
19.00
18.40
18.60
18.80
18.10
18.50
18.70
20
17.40
2.29
17.60
2.23
17.70
2.19
17.30
2.41
17.40
2.34
17.60
2.31
17.10
2.52
17.30
2.46
17.40
2.42
17.00
2.63
17.20
2.57
17.30†
2.53
16.80
2.74
17.00
2.69
17.20
2.65
16.50
2.85
16.80
2.80
17.00
2.76
20.30
20.50
20.60
20.10
20.30
20.50
20.00
20.20
20.30
19.80
20.00
20.20
19.60
19.80
20.00
19.30
19.70
19.90
18.30
2.33
18.50
2.26
18.60
2.22
18.20
2.45
18.30
2.38
18.50
2.34
18.00
2.57
18.20
2.50
18.40
2.45
17.90
2.68
18.10
2.61
18.20
2.57
17.70
2.80
17.90
2.73
18.10
2.69
17.40
2.91
17.70
2.85
17.90
2.80
30
24.30
24.60
24.80
24.10
24.40
24.60
23.90
24.20
24.40
23.70
24.00
24.20
23.60
23.80
24.00
23.40
23.60
23.90
21.30
2.46
21.50
2.37
21.70
2.32
21.10
2.59
21.40
2.50
21.50
2.44
21.00
2.72
21.20
2.62
21.40
2.56
20.80
2.84
21.00
2.75
21.20
2.69
20.60
2.98
20.90
2.88
21.10
2.81
20.50
3.11
20.70
3.01
20.90
2.94
40
29.10
29.50
29.60
28.90
29.20
29.40
28.60
29.00
29.20
28.40
28.70
29.00
28.20
28.50
28.80
27.90
28.20
28.50
29.10
2.62
29.50
2.51
29.60
2.42
28.90
2.76
29.20
2.64
29.40
2.55
28.60
2.89
29.00
2.77
29.20
2.69
28.40
3.03
28.70
2.91
29.00
2.82
28.20
3.18
28.50
3.05
28.80
2.96
27.90
3.32
28.20
3.18
28.50
3.10
47
33.30
33.40
33.20
33.00
33.20
33.10
32.70
33.00
33.10
32.40
32.80
33.00
32.10
32.50
32.80
31.80
32.20
32.70
33.30
2.76
33.40
2.60
33.20
2.49
33.00
2.91
33.20
2.75
33.10
2.64
32.70
3.05
33.00
2.90
33.10
2.78
32.40
3.20
32.80
3.05
33.00†
2.93
32.10
3.35
32.50
3.19
32.80
3.08
31.80
3.50
32.20
3.34
32.70
3.24
Indicates rating condition.
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
†Integrated Rating.
Indicates integrated rating.
NOTE: Integrated capacity is maximum (instantaneous) capacity less the effect of frost on the
outdoor coil and the heat required to defrost it.
LEGEND
Cap — Heating Capacity (1000 Btuh) (includes indoor-fan motor heat)
kW — Total Power Input (includes compressor motor power input, outdoorfan motor power input, and indoor-fan motor power input)
60
39.50
38.60
39.60
39.20
38.70
39.50
38.90
38.90
39.40
38.70
39.10
39.30
38.40
38.90
39.00
38.10
38.70
38.80
39.50
2.92
38.60
2.68
39.60
2.62
39.20
3.09
38.70
2.86
39.50
2.78
38.90
3.27
38.90
3.04
39.40
2.93
38.70
3.44
39.10
3.22
39.30
3.09
38.40
3.60
38.90
3.41
39.00
3.25
38.10
3.77
38.70
3.59
38.80
3.41
INSTANTANEOUS AND INTEGRATED HEATING RATINGS (cont)
SYSTEM 35H* — CEILING-SUSPENDED SYSTEM (38QR-C036 3-PHASE UNIT WITH 40QAE036)
TEMP (F)
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
55
60
65
70
75
80
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
(CFM)
Cap
630
kW
Cap
750
kW
Cap
870
kW
Cap
630
kW
Cap
750
kW
Cap
870
kW
Cap
630
kW
Cap
750
kW
Cap
870
kW
Cap
630
kW
Cap
750
kW
Cap
870
kw
Cap
630
kW
Cap
750
kW
Cap
870
kW
Cap
630
kW
Cap
750
kW
Cap
870
kW
AIR TEMPERATURE ENTERING OUTDOOR COIL (F)
0
14.40
14.90
15.20
13.70
14.20
14.50
13.00
13.50
13.80
12.30
12.80
13.10
11.50
12.00
12.40
10.80
11.30
11.60
13.20
2.51
13.70
2.52
14.00
2.54
12.60
2.53
13.00
2.54
13.40
2.56
11.90
2.54
12.40
2.56
12.70
2.58
11.30
2.56
11.70
2.59
12.10
2.61
10.60
2.58
11.10
2.60
11.40
2.63
9.94
2.59
10.40
2.62
10.70
2.64
10
18.00
18.60
19.10
17.40
18.00
18.40
16.70
17.30
17.70
16.10
16.60
17.10
15.40
15.90
16.40
14.70
15.20
15.70
16.50
2.67
17.00
2.67
17.50
2.67
15.90
2.70
16.40
2.70
16.80
2.71
15.30
2.73
15.80
2.73
16.20
2.74
14.70
2.76
15.20
2.77
15.60
2.78
14.00
2.78
14.60
2.79
15.00
2.81
13.40
2.80
13.90
2.82
14.30
2.84
17
20.60
21.30
21.80
20.00
20.60
21.10
19.30
20.00
20.50
18.70
19.30
19.80
18.00
18.70
19.10
17.40
18.00
18.50
20
18.80
2.79
19.40
2.77
19.90
2.77
18.20
2.82
18.80
2.81
19.30
2.81
17.60
2.86
18.20
2.85
18.70
2.86
17.00
2.89
17.60
2.89
18.10†
2.90
16.40
2.92
17.00
2.93
17.50
2.94
15.80
2.95
16.40
2.96
16.80
2.97
21.90
22.60
23.20
21.20
21.90
22.50
20.60
21.30
21.80
19.90
20.60
21.10
19.20
19.90
20.40
18.60
19.20
19.80
19.70
2.84
20.40
2.82
20.90
2.81
19.20
2.88
19.80
2.86
20.30
2.86
18.60
2.91
19.20
2.90
19.70
2.90
18.00
2.95
18.60
2.95
19.10
2.95
17.40
2.98
18.00
2.98
18.40
2.99
16.70
3.01
17.40
3.02
17.80
3.03
30
26.20
27.10
27.90
25.50
26.40
27.10
24.80
25.60
26.30
24.00
24.90
25.60
23.30
24.20
24.80
22.60
23.40
24.10
23.00
3.00
23.80
2.96
24.40
2.94
22.30
3.05
23.10
3.02
23.80
2.99
21.70
3.09
22.50
3.07
23.10
3.05
21.10
3.14
21.80
3.12
22.40
3.10
20.40
3.18
21.20
3.17
21.70
3.16
19.80
3.22
20.50
3.21
21.10
3.21
40
31.00
32.30
33.10
30.20
31.40
32.30
29.40
30.60
31.40
28.60
29.70
30.60
27.80
28.90
29.80
27.00
28.10
28.90
31.00
3.17
32.30
3.11
33.10
3.07
30.20
3.22
31.40
3.17
32.30
3.13
29.40
3.28
30.60
3.23
31.40
3.20
28.60
3.33
29.70
3.29
30.60
3.26
27.80
3.38
28.90
3.34
29.80
3.32
27.00
3.43
28.10
3.40
28.90
3.37
47
34.70
36.00
36.40
33.80
35.20
35.80
33.00
34.30
35.10
32.10
33.40
34.40
31.20
32.50
33.50
30.40
31.60
32.60
34.70
3.29
36.00
3.21
36.40
3.11
33.80
3.35
35.20
3.27
35.80
3.19
33.00
3.40
34.30
3.34
35.10
3.28
32.10
3.46
33.40
3.41
34.40†
3.36
31.20
3.51
32.50
3.46
33.50
3.43
30.40
3.57
31.60
3.52
32.60
3.50
Indicates rating condition.
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
†Integrated Rating.
Indicates integrated rating.
NOTE: Integrated capacity is maximum (instantaneous) capacity less the effect of frost on the
outdoor coil and the heat required to defrost it.
LEGEND
Cap — Heating Capacity (1000 Btuh) (includes indoor-fan motor heat)
kW — Total Power Input (includes compressor motor power input, outdoorfan motor power input, and indoor-fan motor power input)
60
41.80
42.10
42.50
40.80
41.60
42.20
39.80
41.10
42.00
38.80
40.50
41.70
37.80
39.50
40.80
36.90
38.40
39.80
41.80
3.52
42.10
3.28
42.50
3.18
40.80
3.58
41.60
3.39
42.20
3.30
39.80
3.64
41.10
3.51
42.00
3.43
38.80
3.70
40.50
3.63
41.70
3.55
37.80
3.76
39.50
3.69
40.80
3.62
36.90
3.82
38.40
3.75
39.80
3.69
INSTANTANEOUS AND INTEGRATED HEATING RATINGS (cont)
SYSTEM 36H* — CEILING-SUSPENDED SYSTEM (38QR-C048 WITH 40QAE048)
TEMP (F)
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
55
60
65
70
75
80
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
(CFM)
Cap
820
kW
Cap
975
kW
Cap
1130
kW
Cap
820
kW
Cap
975
kW
Cap
1130
kW
Cap
820
kW
Cap
975
kW
Cap
1130
kW
Cap
820
kW
Cap
975
kW
Cap
1130
kW
Cap
820
kW
Cap
975
kW
Cap
1130
kW
Cap
820
kW
Cap
975
kW
Cap
1130
kW
AIR TEMPERATURE ENTERING OUTDOOR COIL (F)
0
20.60
21.30
21.90
19.70
20.40
20.90
18.70
19.40
20.00
17.80
18.50
19.00
16.80
17.40
18.00
15.70
16.40
16.40
19.00
3.26
19.60
3.29
20.10
3.33
18.10
3.29
18.70
3.33
19.20
3.37
17.20
3.33
17.90
3.37
18.40
3.41
16.40
3.36
17.00
3.41
17.50
3.45
15.40
3.39
16.00
3.44
16.50
3.49
14.50
3.42
15.10
3.47
15.10
3.47
10
25.70
26.40
27.00
24.80
25.50
26.10
23.90
24.70
25.30
23.00
23.80
24.40
22.00
22.80
23.50
20.90
21.80
21.80
23.50
3.44
24.20
3.45
24.70
3.48
22.70
3.48
23.40
3.50
23.90
3.53
21.80
3.53
22.60
3.55
23.10
3.58
21.00
3.57
21.80
3.60
22.30
3.63
20.10
3.61
20.80
3.64
21.50
3.68
19.20
3.65
19.90
3.69
19.90
3.69
17
29.30
30.00
30.60
28.40
29.20
29.80
27.50
28.30
29.00
26.60
27.50
28.20
25.60
26.50
27.30
24.60
25.50
25.50
20
26.70
3.56
27.40
3.56
27.90
3.58
25.90
3.61
26.60
3.62
27.20
3.64
25.10
3.66
25.80
3.68
26.40
3.70
24.30
3.72
25.10
3.73
25.70†
3.76
23.30
3.76
24.20
3.78
24.90
3.81
22.40
3.81
23.30
3.84
23.30
3.84
30.80
31.60
32.20
29.90
30.70
31.40
29.00
29.90
30.60
28.20
29.10
29.80
27.20
28.20
28.90
26.20
27.20
27.20
27.80
3.60
28.50
3.60
29.00
3.61
27.00
3.66
27.70
3.66
28.30
3.67
26.20
3.72
27.00
3.72
27.60
3.74
25.40
3.77
26.30
3.78
26.90
3.80
24.50
3.82
25.40
3.84
26.10
3.86
23.70
3.97
24.50
3.89
24.50
3.89
30
35.80
36.70
37.50
35.00
36.00
36.70
34.20
35.20
35.90
33.50
34.40
35.10
32.60
33.60
34.40
31.70
32.80
32.80
31.40
3.75
32.20
3.72
32.80
3.71
30.70
3.82
31.50
3.80
32.10
3.79
30.00
3.89
30.80
3.87
31.50
3.87
29.30
3.96
30.20
3.95
30.80
3.95
28.50
4.02
29.40
4.01
30.10
4.02
27.80
4.08
28.70
4.08
28.70
4.08
40
41.70
42.90
43.40
40.90
42.10
42.60
40.00
41.20
41.90
39.20
40.30
41.20
38.30
39.50
40.30
37.50
38.60
38.60
41.70
3.92
42.90
3.86
43.40
3.80
40.90
4.00
42.10
3.95
42.60
3.90
40.00
4.07
41.20
4.03
41.90
4.00
39.20
4.15
40.30
4.12
41.20
4.10
38.30
4.23
39.50
4.19
40.30
4.18
37.50
4.30
38.60
4.27
38.60
4.27
47
46.40
47.30
46.80
45.40
46.50
46.40
44.50
45.70
45.90
43.50
44.80
45.50
42.60
43.90
44.80
41.70
43.00
43.00
46.40
4.05
47.30
3.93
46.80
3.80
45.40
4.13
46.50
4.03
46.40
3.92
44.50
4.21
45.70
4.13
45.90
4.04
43.50
4.29
44.80
4.24
45.50†
4.17
42.60
4.37
43.90
4.32
44.80
4.28
41.70
4.45
43.00
4.41
43.00
4.41
Indicates rating condition.
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
†Integrated Rating.
Indicates integrated rating.
NOTE: Integrated capacity is maximum (instantaneous) capacity less the effect of frost on the
outdoor coil and the heat required to defrost it.
LEGEND
Cap — Heating Capacity (1000 Btuh) (includes indoor-fan motor heat)
kW — Total Power Input (includes compressor motor power input, outdoorfan motor power input, and indoor-fan motor power input)
60
53.50
54.30
53.50
53.00
53.30
53.60
52.40
53.10
53.60
51.80
53.00
53.70
50.80
52.20
52.40
49.70
51.50
51.50
53.50
4.14
53.40
3.93
53.50
3.82
53.00
4.27
53.30
4.08
53.60
3.99
52.40
4.41
53.10
4.24
53.60
4.15
51.80
4.54
53.00
4.40
53.70
4.31
50.80
4.62
52.20
4.53
52.40
4.38
49.70
4.71
51.50
4.66
51.50
4.66
INSTANTANEOUS AND INTEGRATED HEATING RATINGS (cont)
SYSTEM 37H* — CEILING-SUSPENDED SYSTEM (38QR-C060 WITH 40QAE060)
TEMP (F)
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
55
60
65
70
75
80
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
(CFM)
Cap
1040
kW
Cap
1220
kW
Cap
1600
kW
Cap
1040
kW
Cap
1220
kW
Cap
1600
kW
Cap
1040
kW
Cap
1220
kW
Cap
1600
kW
Cap
1040
kW
Cap
1220
kW
Cap
1600
kW
Cap
1040
kW
Cap
1220
kW
Cap
1600
kW
Cap
1040
kW
Cap
1220
kW
Cap
1600
kW
AIR TEMPERATURE ENTERING OUTDOOR COIL (F)
0
21.70
22.30
23.20
20.80
21.40
22.40
19.80
20.40
21.40
18.80
19.40
20.50
17.70
18.40
19.40
16.60
17.20
18.20
19.90
3.34
20.50
3.38
21.30
3.46
19.10
3.36
19.70
3.41
20.60
3.50
18.20
3.38
18.80
3.42
19.70
3.52
17.30
3.39
17.90
3.44
18.80
3.54
16.30
3.40
16.90
3.45
17.80
3.56
15.30
3.41
15.80
3.46
16.80
3.57
10
28.00
28.70
29.70
27.20
27.90
29.00
26.30
27.00
28.10
25.40
26.10
27.20
24.30
25.10
26.30
23.20
24.00
25.20
25.60
3.70
26.30
3.72
27.20
3.77
24.90
3.75
25.50
3.77
26.50
3.83
24.00
3.78
24.70
3.81
25.70
3.88
23.20
3.91
23.90
3.85
24.90
3.92
22.20
3.83
23.00
3.87
24.10
3.96
21.20
3.85
21.90
3.89
23.10
3.98
17
32.50
33.20
34.30
31.70
32.50
33.60
30.80
31.60
32.80
30.00
30.80
32.00
28.90
29.80
31.20
27.80
28.70
30.20
20
29.60
3.96
30.30
3.96
31.30
3.99
28.90
4.02
29.60
4.02
30.60
4.07
28.10
4.06
28.80
4.08
29.90
4.13
27.30
4.10
28.10
4.13
29.20†
4.19
26.40
4.13
27.20
4.16
28.40
4.24
25.30
4.16
26.20
4.19
27.50
4.27
34.70
35.50
36.70
33.90
34.70
35.90
33.00
33.80
35.10
32.10
33.00
34.30
31.10
32.00
33.40
30.00
31.00
32.40
31.30
4.07
32.00
4.07
33.10
4.08
30.60
4.13
31.30
4.14
32.40
4.16
29.80
4.18
30.50
4.19
31.60
4.23
29.00
4.23
29.80
4.25
30.90
4.30
28.10
4.27
28.90
4.29
30.10
4.36
27.10
4.30
27.90
4.33
29.20
4.40
30
42.00
43.00
44.50
41.10
42.10
43.60
40.20
41.20
42.70
39.40
40.30
41.80
38.40
39.40
40.90
37.40
38.50
40.00
36.80
4.45
37.70
4.41
39.00
4.40
36.10
4.53
36.90
4.50
38.20
4.50
35.30
4.60
36.10
4.59
37.40
4.59
34.50
4.68
35.40
4.67
36.60
4.68
33.70
4.73
34.50
4.73
35.80
4.76
32.80
4.78
33.70
4.79
35.00
4.83
40
50.70
51.90
53.00
49.70
51.00
52.10
48.70
50.00
51.40
47.80
49.00
50.80
46.70
48.00
49.80
45.70
46.90
48.80
50.70
4.88
51.90
4.80
53.00
4.68
49.70
4.98
51.00
4.92
52.10
4.81
48.70
5.07
50.00
5.02
51.40
4.94
47.80
5.17
49.00
5.12
50.80
5.08
46.70
5.24
48.00
5.21
49.80
5.19
45.70
5.31
46.90
5.30
48.80
5.28
47
57.70
58.80
58.40
56.80
57.90
58.50
55.70
56.90
58.00
54.50
56.00
57.50
53.30
54.90
56.70
52.10
53.60
55.60
57.70
5.20
58.80
5.08
58.40
4.85
56.80
5.34
57.90
5.22
58.50
5.04
55.70
5.45
56.90
5.35
58.00
5.19
54.50
5.55
56.00
5.48
57.50†
5.35
53.30
5.64
54.90
5.59
56.70
5.49
52.10
5.72
53.60
5.68
55.60
5.60
Indicates rating condition.
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
†Integrated Rating.
Indicates integrated rating.
NOTE: Integrated capacity is maximum (instantaneous) capacity less the effect of frost on the
outdoor coil and the heat required to defrost it.
LEGEND
Cap — Heating Capacity (1000 Btuh) (includes indoor-fan motor heat)
kW — Total Power Input (includes compressor motor power input, outdoorfan motor power input, and indoor-fan motor power input)
60
69.80
70.30
69.90
69.80
69.70
69.30
68.60
69.00
68.80
67.50
68.20
68.30
66.20
67.40
68.60
65.10
66.60
66.90
69.80
5.72
70.30
5.51
69.90
5.20
69.80
5.95
69.70
5.69
69.30
5.38
68.60
6.08
69.00
5.85
68.80
5.55
67.50
6.22
68.20
6.02
68.30
5.73
66.20
6.35
67.40
6.18
68.60
5.96
65.10
6.49
66.60
6.34
66.90
6.06
INSTANTANEOUS AND INTEGRATED HEATING RATINGS (cont)
SYSTEM 38H* — IN-CEILING CASSETTE SYSTEM (38QR-C018 WITH 40QKE024)
TEMP (F)
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR AIR
55
60
65
70
75
80
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
(CFM)
Cap
400
kW
Cap
430
kW
Cap
525
kW
Cap
400
kW
Cap
430
kW
Cap
525
kW
Cap
400
kW
Cap
430
kW
Cap
525
kW
Cap
400
kW
Cap
430
kW
Cap
525
kW
Cap
400
kW
Cap
430
kW
Cap
525
kW
Cap
400
kW
Cap
430
kW
Cap
525
kW
AIR TEMPERATURE ENTERING OUTDOOR COIL (F)
0
8.28
10
7.62
10.30
1.46
8.39
7.72
10.40
8.00
10.70
7.20
9.87
7.30
10.00
7.58
10.30
6.78
9.43
6.88
9.56
7.15
9.91
6.35
8.99
6.46
9.13
6.73
9.48
5.91
8.51
6.01
8.65
6.28
9.01
5.47
8.04
5.56
11.40
8.22
10.50
8.35
10.60
8.67
11.00
7.78
9.97
7.91
10.10
8.24
10.50
7.35
9.50
8.16
7.47
9.65
7.81
10.10
1.59
5.83
1.56
9.06
1.58
1.53
6.33
11.00
1.60
1.52
6.04
8.75
1.58
1.54
5.95
10.90
1.57
1.52
6.82
8.62
1.58
1.51
6.53
11.80
1.56
1.53
6.43
9.44
1.55
1.50
7.32
11.40
1.56
1.50
7.02
9.14
1.54
1.51
6.91
11.30
1.54
1.49
7.78
9.03
1.54
1.48
7.48
12.20
1.52
1.50
7.37
9.83
1.52
1.48
8.24
11.90
1.52
1.47
7.94
9.54
1.51
1.48
7.82
11.70
1.50
1.46
8.70
17
9.43
8.54
1.61
10.70
1.53
10.80
1.54
11.10
1.54
10.30
1.55
10.40
1.56
10.80
1.57
9.92
1.57
10.10
1.58
10.40
1.59
9.53
1.59
9.67
1.60
10.00†
1.61
9.09
1.61
9.24
1.62
9.61
1.63
8.66
1.63
8.80
1.63
9.20
1.65
20
12.30
30
11.10
14.30
11.20
14.40
11.60
1.55
10.70
1.57
10.90
1.57
11.20
1.57
10.40
1.59
10.50
1.59
10.80
1.60
9.98
1.61
10.10
1.61
10.50
1.62
9.57
1.63
9.71
1.63
10.10
1.64
9.16
1.64
9.30
1.65
9.69
1.66
14.90
1.54
12.40
1.54
12.80
11.90
12.00
12.40
11.50
11.60
12.00
11.10
11.20
11.60
10.60
10.80
11.20
10.20
10.30
10.70
13.90
14.00
14.50
13.50
13.70
14.10
13.10
13.30
13.70
12.70
12.90
13.30
12.30
12.50
12.90
12.50
1.58
12.60
1.57
13.00
1.57
12.20
1.60
12.30
1.60
12.70
1.60
11.80
1.63
12.00
1.63
12.30
1.63
11.50
1.66
11.60
1.65
12.00
1.66
11.20
1.68
11.30
1.68
11.70
1.68
10.80
1.70
10.90
1.70
11.30
1.71
40
16.50
16.60
17.10
16.10
16.20
16.70
15.70
15.80
16.30
15.20
15.40
15.90
14.80
15.00
15.50
14.40
14.60
15.10
16.50
1.61
16.60
1.60
17.10
1.58
16.10
1.64
16.20
1.63
16.70
1.62
15.70
1.67
15.80
1.66
16.30
1.65
15.20
1.70
15.40
1.69
15.90
1.69
14.80
1.72
15.00
1.72
15.50
1.72
14.40
1.75
14.60
1.75
15.10
1.75
47
18.10
18.30
19.00
17.60
17.90
18.50
17.20
17.40
18.10
16.80
17.00
17.60
16.40
16.60
17.10
15.90
16.10
16.70
18.10
1.63
18.30
1.61
19.00
1.59
17.60
1.66
17.90
1.65
18.50
1.63
17.20
1.69
17.40
1.68
18.10
1.66
16.80
1.72
17.00
1.71
17.60†
1.70
16.40
1.75
16.60
1.74
17.10
1.73
15.90
1.78
16.10
1.78
16.70
1.77
Indicates rating condition.
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
†Integrated Rating.
Indicates integrated rating.
NOTE: Integrated capacity is maximum (instantaneous) capacity less the effect of frost on the
outdoor coil and the heat required to defrost it.
LEGEND
Cap — Heating Capacity (1000 Btuh) (includes indoor-fan motor heat)
kW — Total Power Input (includes compressor motor power input, outdoorfan motor power input, and indoor-fan motor power input)
60
21.10
21.70
21.70
20.60
21.20
21.40
20.20
20.70
21.10
19.80
20.20
20.80
19.20
19.50
20.30
18.60
18.90
19.80
21.10
1.65
21.70
1.63
21.70
1.58
20.60
1.69
21.20
1.67
21.40
1.63
20.20
1.73
20.70
1.71
21.10
1.68
19.80
1.76
20.20
1.75
20.80
1.72
19.20
1.80
19.50
1.79
20.30
1.76
18.60
1.83
18.90
1.82
19.80
1.79
INSTANTANEOUS AND INTEGRATED HEATING RATINGS (cont)
SYSTEM 39H* — IN-CEILING CASSETTE SYSTEM (38QR-C024 WITH 40QKE036)
TEMP (F)
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
55
60
65
70
75
80
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
(CFM)
Cap
635
kW
Cap
745
kW
Cap
915
kW
Cap
635
kW
Cap
745
kW
Cap
915
kW
Cap
635
kW
Cap
745
kW
Cap
915
kW
Cap
635
kW
Cap
745
kW
Cap
915
kW
Cap
635
kW
Cap
745
kW
Cap
915
kW
Cap
635
kW
Cap
745
kW
Cap
915
kW
AIR TEMPERATURE ENTERING OUTDOOR COIL (F)
0
9.48
10
8.72
12.50
8.97
12.80
9.27
13.20
8.08
11.80
8.32
12.10
8.61
12.50
7.43
11.10
7.67
11.40
7.95
11.80
6.78
10.40
7.01
10.80
7.29
11.10
6.09
9.72
6.30
10.00
6.57
10.40
5.40
9.00
5.60
9.30
5.85
9.66
1.45
9.75
1.46
10.10
1.48
8.78
1.47
9.04
1.48
9.36
1.50
8.08
1.48
8.33
1.50
8.64
1.52
7.37
1.50
7.62
1.51
7.92
1.53
6.62
1.52
6.85
1.53
7.14
1.55
5.87
1.53
6.08
1.54
6.36
1.57
11.40
1.56
11.70
1.56
12.00
1.58
10.80
1.58
11.10
1.59
11.40
1.60
10.20
1.60
10.50
1.61
10.80
1.63
9.55
1.62
9.85
1.63
10.20
1.65
8.89
1.65
9.18
1.65
9.51
1.67
8.22
1.67
8.50
1.68
8.83
1.70
17
14.60
14.90
15.30
13.90
14.30
14.70
13.30
13.60
14.00
12.60
13.00
13.40
11.90
12.30
12.70
11.20
11.60
12.00
20
13.30
1.63
13.60
1.64
14.00
1.64
12.70
1.66
13.00
1.66
13.40
1.67
12.10
1.69
12.40
1.69
12.80
1.70
11.50
1.71
11.80
1.72
12.20†
1.73
10.80
1.74
11.20
1.74
11.60
1.76
10.20
1.76
10.50
1.77
10.90
1.78
15.50
15.80
16.20
14.80
15.20
15.60
14.20
14.60
15.00
13.50
13.90
14.40
12.80
13.20
13.70
12.10
12.50
13.00
14.00
1.67
14.30
1.67
14.70
1.67
13.40
1.69
13.70
1.69
14.10
1.70
12.80
1.72
13.10
1.72
13.50
1.73
12.20
1.75
12.60
1.75
13.00
1.76
11.60
1.78
11.90
1.78
12.30
1.79
10.90
1.80
11.30
1.81
11.70
1.82
30
18.50
18.90
19.20
17.90
18.30
18.70
17.20
17.70
18.10
16.60
17.10
17.60
15.90
16.40
16.90
15.30
15.70
16.30
16.20
1.77
16.50
1.76
16.90
1.76
15.70
1.81
16.00
1.80
16.40
1.80
15.10
1.84
15.50
1.83
15.90
1.84
14.60
1.87
15.00
1.87
15.40
1.87
14.00
1.91
14.40
1.90
14.80
1.91
13.40
1.94
13.80
1.94
14.30
1.94
40
21.70
22.10
22.60
21.20
21.60
22.10
20.60
21.10
21.60
20.10
20.60
21.10
19.40
19.90
20.50
18.80
19.30
20.00
21.70
1.89
22.10
1.87
22.60
1.86
21.20
1.93
21.60
1.92
22.10
1.90
20.60
1.97
21.10
1.96
21.60
1.95
20.10
2.01
20.60
2.00
21.10
1.99
19.40
2.05
19.90
2.04
20.50
2.04
18.80
2.09
19.30
2.08
20.00
2.08
47
24.30
24.80
25.60
23.80
24.30
25.00
23.20
23.70
24.40
22.60
23.10
23.80
22.00
22.60
23.20
21.40
22.00
22.50
24.30
1.99
24.80
1.96
25.60
1.93
23.80
2.03
24.30
2.01
25.00
1.98
23.20
2.08
23.70
2.06
24.40
2.04
22.60
2.12
23.10
2.10
23.80†
2.09
22.00
2.16
22.60
2.15
23.20
2.13
21.40
2.21
22.00
2.19
22.50
2.18
Indicates rating condition.
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
†Integrated Rating.
Indicates integrated rating.
NOTE: Integrated capacity is maximum (instantaneous) capacity less the effect of frost on the
outdoor coil and the heat required to defrost it.
LEGEND
Cap — Heating Capacity (1000 Btuh) (includes indoor-fan motor heat)
kW — Total Power Input (includes compressor motor power input, outdoorfan motor power input, and indoor-fan motor power input)
60
28.30
29.60
29.70
27.70
28.80
29.20
27.20
28.00
28.70
26.60
27.20
28.10
26.20
26.70
27.60
25.70
26.10
27.00
28.30
2.13
29.60
2.05
29.70
2.04
27.70
2.18
28.80
2.12
29.20
2.10
27.20
2.24
28.00
2.19
28.70
2.16
26.60
2.29
27.20
2.26
28.10
2.22
26.20
2.34
26.70
2.31
27.60
2.28
25.70
2.40
26.10
2.36
27.00
2.34
INSTANTANEOUS AND INTEGRATED HEATING RATINGS (cont)
SYSTEM 40H* — IN-CEILING CASSETTE SYSTEM (38QR-C030 WITH 40QKE036)
TEMP (F)
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
55
60
65
70
75
80
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
(CFM)
Cap
635
kW
Cap
745
kW
Cap
915
kW
Cap
635
kW
Cap
745
kW
Cap
915
kW
Cap
635
kW
Cap
745
kW
Cap
915
kW
Cap
635
kW
Cap
745
kW
Cap
915
kW
Cap
635
kW
Cap
745
kW
Cap
915
kW
Cap
635
kW
Cap
745
kW
Cap
915
kW
AIR TEMPERATURE ENTERING OUTDOOR COIL (F)
0
11.20
11.40
11.60
10.90
11.10
11.30
10.50
10.70
10.90
10.20
10.30
10.60
9.75
9.95
10.20
9.35
9.55
9.79
10.40
1.64
10.50
1.63
10.70
1.62
10.00
1.72
10.20
1.70
10.40
1.69
9.68
1.79
9.86
1.78
10.10
1.77
9.34
1.87
9.52
1.85
9.73
1.84
8.98
1.95
9.16
1.93
9.37
1.92
8.61
2.03
8.79
2.01
9.01
2.00
10
14.20
14.40
14.60
13.80
14.00
14.30
13.50
13.70
14.00
13.10
13.40
13.60
12.80
13.00
13.30
12.40
12.60
12.90
13.00
1.75
13.20
1.73
13.40
1.71
12.70
1.84
12.90
1.81
13.10
1.79
12.40
1.92
12.60
1.89
12.80
1.87
12.10
2.00
12.30
1.97
12.50
1.95
11.70
2.09
11.90
2.06
12.20
2.04
11.40
2.18
11.60
2.15
11.80
2.12
17
16.40
15.60
16.90
16.00
16.30
16.50
15.70
15.90
16.20
15.40
15.60
15.90
15.00
15.30
15.60
14.70
14.90
15.20
20
14.90
1.84
15.10
1.80
15.40
1.77
14.60
1.92
14.80
1.89
15.10
1.86
14.30
2.01
14.50
1.97
14.80
1.94
14.00
2.10
14.20
2.06
14.50†
2.03
13.70
2.20
13.90
2.16
14.20
2.12
13.40
2.29
13.60
2.25
13.90
2.21
17.30
17.60
17.90
17.00
17.20
17.50
16.60
16.90
17.20
16.30
16.60
16.90
16.00
16.20
16.50
15.60
15.90
16.20
15.70
1.87
15.90
1.83
16.20
1.80
15.40
1.96
15.60
1.92
15.90
1.89
15.10
2.05
15.30
2.01
15.60
1.97
14.80
2.14
15.00
2.10
15.30
2.06
14.50
2.24
14.70
2.20
15.00
2.15
14.20
2.34
14.40
2.29
14.70
2.25
30
20.60
20.80
21.00
20.30
20.50
20.80
20.00
20.20
20.50
19.70
19.90
20.20
19.40
19.60
19.90
19.00
19.30
19.60
18.00
2.00
18.20
1.95
18.40
1.90
17.70
2.10
18.00
2.05
18.20
1.99
17.50
2.20
17.70
2.14
18.00
2.09
17.20
2.30
17.50
2.24
17.70
2.18
17.00
2.40
17.20
2.34
17.50
2.25
16.70
2.51
16.90
2.45
17.20
2.38
40
24.40
24.70
25.10
24.10
24.40
24.80
23.80
24.10
24.50
23.60
23.80
24.20
23.30
23.60
23.90
23.00
23.30
23.60
23.30
2.16
23.60
2.08
24.00
2.01
23.10
2.27
23.40
2.19
23.70
2.11
22.80
2.38
23.10
2.30
23.50
2.22
22.60
2.49
22.80
2.40
23.20
2.32
22.30
2.61
22.60
2.52
22.90
2.43
22.10
2.73
22.30
2.63
22.60
2.54
47
27.10
27.40
27.90
26.80
27.10
27.60
26.60
26.90
27.30
26.30
26.60
27.00
26.10
26.30
26.70
25.80
26.10
26.40
27.10
2.26
27.40
2.18
27.90
2.09
26.80
2.38
27.10
2.29
27.60
2.20
26.60
2.50
26.90
2.41
27.30
2.31
26.30
2.62
26.60
2.52
27.00†
2.42
26.10
2.75
26.30
2.64
26.70
2.54
25.80
2.88
26.10
2.77
26.40
2.66
Indicates rating condition.
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
†Integrated Rating.
Indicates integrated rating.
NOTE: Integrated capacity is maximum (instantaneous) capacity less the effect of frost on the
outdoor coil and the heat required to defrost it.
LEGEND
Cap — Heating Capacity (1000 Btuh) (includes indoor-fan motor heat)
kW — Total Power Input (includes compressor motor power input, outdoorfan motor power input, and indoor-fan motor power input)
60
31.60
32.80
32.40
31.30
32.20
32.20
31.00
31.70
32.00
30.80
31.10
31.80
30.60
30.80
31.30
30.30
30.50
30.80
31.60
2.45
32.80
2.27
32.40
2.22
31.30
2.58
32.20
2.42
32.20
2.34
31.00
2.71
31.70
2.57
32.00
2.46
30.80
2.85
31.10
2.71
31.80
2.58
30.60
2.99
30.80
2.85
31.30
2.71
30.30
3.13
30.50
2.99
30.80
2.84
INSTANTANEOUS AND INTEGRATED HEATING RATINGS (cont)
SYSTEM 41H* — IN-CEILING CASSETTE SYSTEM (38QR-C036 SINGLE-PHASE UNIT WITH 40QKE048)
TEMP (F)
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
55
60
65
70
75
80
AIR
ENTERING
CONDENSER
INDOOR UNIT
Cap
680
kW
Cap
880
kW
Cap
1100
kW
Cap
680
kW
Cap
880
kW
Cap
1100
kW
Cap
680
kW
Cap
880
kW
Cap
1100
kW
Cap
680
kW
Cap
880
kW
Cap
1100
kW
Cap
680
kW
Cap
880
kW
Cap
1100
kW
Cap
680
kW
Cap
880
kW
Cap
1100
kW
AIR TEMPERATURE ENTERING OUTDOOR COIL (F)
0
14.60
14.90
15.00
14.40
14.60
14.80
14.10
14.40
14.60
13.90
14.20
14.40
13.60
13.90
14.20
13.30
13.60
13.90
13.50
2.28
13.70
2.23
13.80
2.22
13.20
2.38
13.50
2.34
13.60
2.32
13.00
2.48
13.30
2.44
13.50
2.43
12.80
2.59
13.10
2.55
13.30
2.53
12.50
2.69
12.80
2.65
13.00
2.64
12.20
2.79
12.50
2.75
12.80
2.74
10
17.80
18.00
18.20
17.60
17.80
18.00
17.40
17.70
17.90
17.20
17.50
17.70
17.00
17.30
17.50
16.70
17.10
17.30
16.20
2.37
16.40
2.30
16.60
2.27
16.10
2.49
16.30
2.42
16.50
2.38
15.90
2.60
16.10
2.53
16.30
2.50
15.70
2.72
16.00
2.65
16.20
2.61
15.50
2.83
15.80
2.76
16.00
2.73
15.30
2.95
15.60
2.88
15.90
2.84
17
19.90
20.20
20.40
19.80
20.00
20.20
19.70
19.90
20.10
19.50
19.80
20.00
19.40
19.70
19.80
19.20
19.50
19.70
20
18.20
2.43
18.40
2.35
18.60
2.30
18.10
2.56
18.30
2.47
18.50
2.42
17.90
2.68
18.20
2.59
18.30
2.54
17.80
2.81
18.10
2.72
18.20†
2.66
17.70
2.93
17.90
2.84
18.10
2.79
17.50
3.06
17.80
2.97
18.70
2.92
21.10
21.30
21.50
20.90
21.20
21.40
20.80
21.00
21.30
20.60
20.90
21.10
20.50
20.80
21.00
20.30
20.60
20.80
19.00
2.47
19.20
2.37
19.40
2.32
18.90
2.59
19.10
2.49
19.30
2.44
18.70
2.72
19.00
2.62
19.20
2.56
18.60
2.85
18.90
2.74
19.10
2.69
18.50
2.98
18.70
2.87
18.90
2.82
18.30
3.10
18.60
3.00
18.80
2.94
30
24.80
25.10
25.40
24.60
25.00
25.20
24.50
24.80
25.10
24.30
24.60
24.90
24.10
24.40
24.70
24.00
24.30
24.50
21.70
2.57
22.00
2.45
22.30
2.38
21.60
2.71
21.90
2.58
22.10
2.51
21.40
2.84
21.70
2.71
22.00
2.63
21.30
2.98
21.60
2.84
21.80
2.76
21.10
3.12
21.40
2.98
21.70
2.90
21.00
3.26
21.30
3.12
21.50
3.03
40
29.20
29.70
30.00
29.00
29.40
29.80
28.80
29.20
29.60
28.60
29.00
29.30
28.40
28.80
29.10
28.10
28.50
28.90
29.20
2.70
29.70
2.55
30.00
2.45
29.00
2.84
29.40
2.68
29.80
2.59
28.80
2.99
29.20
2.82
29.60
2.72
28.60
3.13
29.00
2.96
29.30
2.86
28.40
3.28
28.80
3.10
29.10
3.00
28.10
3.43
28.50
3.25
28.90
3.14
47
33.00
33.50
33.20
32.70
33.20
33.20
32.50
33.00
33.10
32.20
32.80
33.00
31.90
32.50
32.80
31.70
32.20
32.60
33.00
2.83
33.50
2.63
33.20
2.49
32.70
2.97
33.20
2.78
33.20
2.64
32.50
3.12
33.00
2.92
33.10
2.78
32.20
3.27
32.80
3.07
33.00†
2.93
31.90
3.43
32.50
3.22
32.80
3.08
31.70
3.59
32.20
3.37
32.60
3.24
Indicates rating condition.
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
†Integrated Rating.
Indicates integrated rating.
NOTE: Integrated capacity is maximum (instantaneous) capacity less the effect of frost on the
outdoor coil and the heat required to defrost it.
LEGEND
Cap — Heating Capacity (1000 Btuh) (includes indoor-fan motor heat)
kW — Total Power Input (includes compressor motor power input, outdoorfan motor power input, and indoor-fan motor power input)
60
38.80
37.70
36.50
38.50
38.00
37.10
38.20
38.30
37.80
37.90
38.50
38.40
37.50
38.20
38.20
37.10
37.90
38.00
38.80
2.99
37.70
2.62
36.50
2.47
38.50
3.15
38.00
2.82
37.10
2.65
38.20
3.31
38.30
3.02
37.80
2.83
37.90
3.47
38.50
3.21
38.40
3.01
37.50
3.63
38.20
3.37
38.20
3.16
37.10
3.79
37.90
3.52
38.00
3.32
INSTANTANEOUS AND INTEGRATED HEATING RATINGS (cont)
SYSTEM 42H* — IN-CEILING CASSETTE SYSTEM (38QR-C036 3-PHASE UNIT WITH 40QKE048)
TEMP (F)
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
55
60
65
70
75
80
AIR
ENTERING
INDOOR UNIT
(CFM)
Cap
660
kW
Cap
880
kW
Cap
1100
kW
Cap
660
kW
Cap
880
kW
Cap
1100
kW
Cap
660
kW
Cap
880
kW
Cap
1100
kW
Cap
660
kW
Cap
880
kW
Cap
1100
kW
Cap
660
kW
Cap
880
kW
Cap
1100
kW
Cap
660
kW
Cap
880
kW
Cap
1100
kW
AIR TEMPERATURE ENTERING COIL (F)
0
15.30
16.00
16.60
14.40
15.10
15.60
13.40
14.10
14.70
12.50
13.20
13.70
11.50
12.10
12.60
10.50
11.10
11.60
14.10
2.71
14.70
2.73
15.20
2.76
13.20
2.74
13.90
2.76
14.40
2.79
12.40
2.77
13.00
2.80
13.50
2.83
11.50
2.80
12.10
2.83
12.60
2.87
10.60
2.82
11.20
2.86
11.60
2.90
9.66
2.85
10.20
2.88
10.70
2.93
10
19.20
20.00
20.60
18.30
19.10
19.80
17.40
18.20
18.90
16.50
17.30
18.00
15.50
16.40
17.00
14.60
15.40
16.00
17.60
2.84
18.30
2.83
18.90
2.85
16.70
2.88
17.50
2.88
18.10
2.89
15.90
2.92
16.70
2.92
17.30
2.94
15.10
2.96
15.90
2.97
16.50
2.99
14.20
2.99
15.00
3.01
15.60
3.03
13.30
3.03
14.10
3.05
14.70
3.08
17
21.90
22.90
23.50
21.10
22.00
22.70
20.20
21.10
21.80
19.30
20.30
21.00
18.40
19.30
20.10
17.40
18.40
19.10
20
20.00
2.93
20.80
2.91
21.40
2.91
19.20
2.97
20.00
2.96
20.70
2.97
18.40
3.02
19.30
3.01
19.90
3.02
17.60
3.07
18.50
3.07
19.10†
3.08
16.70
3.11
17.60
3.11
18.30
3.13
15.90
3.15
16.70
3.16
17.40
3.18
23.10
24.00
24.70
22.20
23.20
23.90
21.40
22.40
23.10
20.50
21.50
22.30
19.60
20.60
21.40
18.70
19.70
20.50
20.80
2.96
21.70
2.94
22.30
2.93
20.10
3.01
20.90
2.99
21.50
2.99
19.30
3.06
20.20
3.05
20.80
3.05
18.50
3.11
19.40
3.10
20.10
3.11
17.70
3.16
18.60
3.15
19.30
3.16
16.90
3.20
17.80
3.20
18.50
3.22
30
26.90
27.90
28.60
26.20
27.20
27.90
25.40
26.50
27.20
24.70
25.80
26.50
23.80
25.00
25.80
23.00
24.10
25.10
23.60
3.08
24.40
3.02
25.10
2.99
22.90
3.14
23.80
3.09
24.50
3.06
22.30
3.20
23.20
3.16
23.90
3.13
21.60
3.26
22.60
3.22
23.20
3.21
20.90
3.31
21.90
3.28
22.60
3.27
20.10
3.36
21.10
3.34
22.10
3.34
40
31.00
32.20
32.70
30.30
31.50
32.10
29.50
30.80
31.50
28.80
30.00
30.90
28.00
29.20
30.20
27.20
28.40
29.40
29.70
3.18
30.80
3.08
31.30
3.01
28.90
3.25
30.10
3.16
30.70
3.10
28.20
3.32
29.40
3.24
30.10
3.19
27.50
3.38
28.70
3.32
29.60
3.27
26.70
3.45
27.90
3.39
28.90
3.35
26.00
3.51
27.20
3.46
28.10
3.43
47
33.90
35.30
35.60
33.20
34.50
35.10
32.40
33.80
34.50
31.60
33.00
34.00
30.90
32.20
33.20
30.10
31.40
32.40
33.90
3.25
35.30
3.13
35.60
3.02
33.20
3.33
34.50
3.21
35.10
3.12
32.40
3.40
33.80
3.30
34.50
3.22
31.60
3.47
33.00
3.39
34.00†
3.32
30.90
3.54
32.20
3.46
33.20
3.41
30.10
3.61
31.40
3.54
32.40
3.50
Indicates rating condition.
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
†Integrated Rating.
Indicates integrated rating.
NOTE: Integrated capacity is maximum (instantaneous) capacity less the effect of frost on the
outdoor coil and the heat required to defrost it.
LEGEND
Cap — Heating Capacity (1000 Btuh) (includes indoor-fan motor heat)
kW — Total Power Input (includes compressor motor power input, outdoorfan motor power input, and indoor-fan motor power input)
60
39.50
39.10
40.70
38.70
39.10
40.50
37.90
39.00
40.30
37.10
38.90
40.10
36.20
37.90
39.30
35.40
36.90
38.60
39.50
3.38
39.10
3.05
40.70
3.01
38.70
3.46
39.10
3.20
40.50
3.14
37.90
3.54
39.00
3.35
40.30
3.26
37.10
3.62
38.90
3.49
40.10
3.39
36.20
3.69
37.90
3.57
39.30
3.49
35.40
3.77
36.90
3.65
38.60
3.58
COOLING CAPACITIES
TABLE NO. 43* — 38HDS024 (or 1 Circuit of 38HDS048 System) CONDENSING UNIT WITH
TWO 40QKB024 IN-CEILING CASSETTE UNITS
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
CONDENSER
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHC
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
750/0.04
57
23.8
23.8
23.2
1.42
1.11
23.2
23.2
22.6
1.56
1.25
22.5
22.5
21.9
1.73
1.41
21.8
21.8
21.2
1.91
1.59
21.1
21.1
20.6
2.12
1.80
20.5
20.5
19.9
2.35
2.04
19.8
19.8
19.2
2.62
2.31
19.1
19.1
18.5
2.92
2.61
62
24.4
22.6
23.8
1.42
1.11
23.6
22.2
23.0
1.56
1.25
22.8
21.8
22.2
1.73
1.41
22.0
21.4
21.4
1.91
1.59
21.2
20.9
20.7
2.12
1.80
20.5
20.4
19.9
2.35
2.04
19.8
19.8
19.2
2.62
2.31
19.1
19.1
18.5
2.93
2.61
67
26.4
18.8
25.8
1.42
1.11
25.6
18.4
25.0
1.57
1.25
24.7
18.1
24.1
1.73
1.42
23.8
17.7
23.2
1.92
1.60
22.9
17.3
22.3
2.12
1.81
22.0
17.0
21.4
2.36
2.05
21.1
16.6
20.5
2.63
2.32
20.2
16.2
19.6
2.94
2.62
Rating condition.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor Power
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power (Includes CMP)
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
28.6
14.8
28.0
1.43
1.11
27.6
14.4
27.0
1.57
1.26
26.7
14.1
26.1
1.74
1.42
25.7
13.7
25.1
1.92
1.61
24.7
13.4
24.1
2.13
1.82
23.8
13.0
23.2
2.37
2.06
22.8
12.7
22.2
2.64
2.33
21.8
12.3
21.2
2.95
2.63
AIR ENTERING EVAPORATOR — CFM/BF
830/0.05
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
24.5
24.9
26.8
28.9
24.5
23.8
19.7
15.3
23.9
24.2
26.2
28.3
1.44
1.44
1.44
1.45
1.11
1.11
1.11
1.11
23.9
24.1
25.9
28.0
23.9
23.4
19.3
15.0
23.2
23.4
25.3
27.3
1.58
1.58
1.59
1.59
1.25
1.25
1.25
1.26
23.2
23.3
25.0
27.0
23.2
22.9
19.0
14.6
22.5
22.6
24.4
26.3
1.75
1.75
1.75
1.76
1.41
1.41
1.42
1.42
22.5
22.5
24.1
26.0
22.5
22.4
18.6
14.2
21.8
21.8
23.5
25.3
1.93
1.93
1.94
1.94
1.60
1.59
1.60
1.61
21.7
21.7
23.2
25.0
21.7
21.7
18.2
13.9
21.1
21.1
22.5
24.4
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.16
1.81
1.80
1.81
1.82
21.0
21.0
22.3
24.0
21.0
21.0
17.8
13.5
20.4
20.4
21.6
23.4
2.38
2.38
2.38
2.39
2.04
2.04
2.05
2.06
20.3
20.3
21.4
23.0
20.3
20.3
17.5
13.2
19.7
19.7
20.7
22.4
2.64
2.64
2.65
2.67
2.31
2.31
2.32
2.33
19.6
19.6
20.5
21.9
19.6
19.6
17.1
12.8
18.9
18.9
19.8
21.3
2.95
2.95
2.96
2.97
2.61
2.62
2.62
2.64
1050/0.07
57
26.1
26.1
25.3
1.50
1.11
25.4
25.4
24.5
1.64
1.25
24.6
24.6
23.8
1.80
1.41
23.8
23.8
23.0
1.99
1.60
23.0
23.0
22.2
2.20
1.81
22.2
22.2
21.4
2.44
2.05
21.4
21.4
20.6
2.71
2.32
20.6
20.6
19.8
3.01
2.63
62
26.1
26.1
25.3
1.50
1.11
25.4
25.4
24.5
1.64
1.25
24.6
24.6
23.8
1.80
1.41
23.8
23.8
23.0
1.99
1.60
23.0
23.0
22.2
2.20
1.81
22.2
22.2
21.4
2.43
2.05
21.4
21.4
20.6
2.70
2.32
20.6
20.6
19.8
3.01
2.63
67
27.6
22.1
26.8
1.50
1.11
26.7
21.7
25.9
1.64
1.25
25.7
21.3
24.9
1.81
1.42
24.8
20.9
23.9
1.99
1.60
23.8
20.5
23.0
2.20
1.81
22.9
20.1
22.0
2.44
2.05
21.9
19.7
21.1
2.71
2.32
21.0
19.3
20.1
3.01
2.63
72
29.7
16.8
28.9
1.50
1.11
28.7
16.4
27.9
1.65
1.26
27.6
16.0
26.8
1.81
1.42
26.6
15.7
25.8
2.00
1.61
25.6
15.3
24.8
2.21
1.82
24.5
14.9
23.7
2.45
2.06
23.4
14.4
22.6
2.72
2.33
22.3
14.0
21.5
3.03
2.64
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
Many multi-split systems require the use of more than one cooling capacity table to determine system total capacity and power.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
TABLE NO. 44* — 38HDS024 (or 1 Circuit of 38HDS048 System) CONDENSING UNIT WITH
TWO 40QAB024† CEILING-SUSPENDED UNITS
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
CONDENSER
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
640/0.01
57
24.0
24.0
23.5
1.41
1.15
23.3
23.3
22.9
1.56
1.29
22.7
22.7
22.2
1.73
1.46
22.0
22.0
21.6
1.92
1.65
21.3
21.3
20.9
2.13
1.87
20.6
20.6
20.2
2.38
2.11
20.0
20.0
19.5
2.66
2.39
19.3
19.3
18.8
2.97
2.71
62
24.8
22.0
24.3
1.41
1.15
24.0
21.6
23.6
1.56
1.29
23.2
21.3
22.8
1.73
1.46
22.4
20.9
22.0
1.92
1.65
21.6
20.5
21.2
2.14
1.87
20.8
20.1
20.4
2.38
2.11
20.0
19.7
19.6
2.66
2.39
19.3
19.3
18.8
2.97
2.71
67
26.8
18.4
26.4
1.42
1.15
25.9
18.0
25.5
1.56
1.30
25.1
17.7
24.6
1.73
1.47
24.2
17.3
23.8
1.93
1.66
23.3
16.9
22.9
2.14
1.88
22.4
16.6
22.0
2.39
2.12
21.5
16.2
21.1
2.67
2.40
20.6
15.9
20.2
2.99
2.72
Rating condition.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor Power
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power (Includes CMP)
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
29.0
14.7
28.6
1.42
1.15
28.1
14.3
27.7
1.57
1.30
27.2
14.0
26.7
1.74
1.47
26.2
13.6
25.8
1.94
1.67
25.3
13.3
24.8
2.15
1.89
24.3
12.9
23.9
2.40
2.14
23.3
12.6
22.9
2.69
2.42
22.3
12.3
21.9
3.00
2.74
AIR ENTERING EVAPORATOR — CFM/BF
800/0.01
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
25.7
25.9
27.7
29.9
25.7
24.9
20.5
15.9
25.2
25.4
27.2
29.4
1.45
1.45
1.45
1.45
1.15
1.15
1.15
1.16
25.0
25.1
26.8
28.9
25.0
24.5
20.1
15.6
24.5
24.6
26.3
28.4
1.59
1.59
1.60
1.60
1.30
1.30
1.30
1.31
24.3
24.3
25.9
27.9
24.3
24.1
19.8
15.2
23.7
23.8
25.4
27.4
1.76
1.76
1.77
1.78
1.47
1.47
1.47
1.48
23.5
23.5
25.0
26.9
23.5
23.5
19.4
14.9
23.0
23.0
24.4
26.4
1.96
1.95
1.96
1.97
1.66
1.66
1.66
1.67
22.8
22.8
24.0
25.9
22.8
22.8
19.0
14.5
22.3
22.3
23.5
25.4
2.17
2.17
2.18
2.19
1.87
1.88
1.88
1.89
22.0
22.0
23.1
24.9
22.0
22.0
18.7
14.2
21.5
21.5
22.6
24.4
2.42
2.42
2.43
2.44
2.12
2.12
2.13
2.14
21.3
21.3
22.2
23.9
21.3
21.3
18.3
13.8
20.7
20.7
21.6
23.3
2.70
2.70
2.70
2.72
2.40
2.40
2.41
2.42
20.5
20.5
21.2
22.8
20.5
20.5
17.9
13.5
20.0
20.0
20.7
22.3
3.02
3.02
3.02
3.04
2.72
2.72
2.73
2.74
1000/0.03
57
27.3
27.3
26.6
1.49
1.15
26.5
26.5
25.9
1.64
1.30
25.7
25.7
25.1
1.81
1.47
24.9
24.9
24.2
2.00
1.66
24.1
24.1
23.4
2.22
1.88
23.3
23.3
22.6
2.47
2.13
22.4
22.4
21.8
2.75
2.41
21.6
21.6
20.9
3.07
2.73
62
27.3
27.3
26.6
1.49
1.15
26.5
26.5
25.8
1.64
1.30
25.7
25.7
25.1
1.81
1.47
24.9
24.9
24.2
2.00
1.66
24.1
24.1
23.4
2.22
1.88
23.3
23.3
22.6
2.47
2.13
22.4
22.4
21.8
2.75
2.41
21.6
21.6
20.9
3.07
2.73
67
28.5
23.0
27.8
1.49
1.15
27.5
22.6
26.9
1.64
1.30
26.6
22.2
25.9
1.81
1.47
25.6
21.9
25.0
2.00
1.67
24.7
21.5
24.0
2.22
1.88
23.7
21.1
23.0
2.47
2.13
22.7
20.7
22.1
2.75
2.41
21.8
20.3
21.1
3.07
2.73
72
30.6
17.4
29.9
1.50
1.16
29.5
17.1
28.9
1.65
1.31
28.5
16.7
27.8
1.82
1.48
27.5
16.4
26.8
2.01
1.67
26.4
16.0
25.7
2.23
1.90
25.4
15.6
24.7
2.48
2.15
24.3
15.3
23.6
2.77
2.43
23.2
14.9
22.5
3.08
2.75
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
Many multi-split systems require the use of more than one cooling capacity table to determine system total capacity and power.
†Field reconfigured for 18,000 Btuh. Refer to fan coil unit installation instructions for details.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
TABLE NO. 45* — 38HDS024 (or 1 Circuit of 38HDS048 System) CONDENSING UNIT WITH
TWO 40QNB018 HIGH WALL UNITS
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
CONDENSER
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
720/0.12
57
22.8
22.8
22.5
1.31
1.10
22.2
22.2
21.9
1.45
1.24
21.6
21.6
21.3
1.61
1.40
20.9
20.9
20.7
1.79
1.58
20.3
20.3
20.0
2.00
1.79
19.7
19.7
19.4
2.23
2.02
19.0
19.0
18.8
2.50
2.28
18.4
18.4
18.1
2.80
2.58
62
23.7
21.3
23.5
1.31
1.10
23.0
20.9
22.7
1.45
1.24
22.2
20.5
22.0
1.61
1.40
21.4
20.1
21.2
1.79
1.58
20.7
19.7
20.4
2.00
1.79
19.9
19.3
19.7
2.23
2.02
19.2
18.9
18.9
2.50
2.28
18.4
18.4
18.2
2.80
2.58
67
25.8
17.8
25.6
1.31
1.10
25.0
17.4
24.8
1.45
1.24
24.2
17.1
23.9
1.62
1.40
23.3
16.7
23.1
1.80
1.59
22.5
16.4
22.2
2.01
1.80
21.6
16.0
21.4
2.24
2.03
20.8
15.7
20.5
2.51
2.30
19.9
15.4
19.6
2.81
2.60
Rating condition.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor Power
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power (Includes CMP)
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
28.0
14.2
27.8
1.32
1.10
27.1
13.9
26.9
1.46
1.25
26.2
13.5
26.0
1.62
1.41
25.3
13.2
25.1
1.81
1.60
24.4
12.9
24.1
2.02
1.80
23.5
12.5
23.2
2.25
2.04
22.5
12.2
22.3
2.52
2.31
21.6
11.9
21.3
2.83
2.62
AIR ENTERING EVAPORATOR — CFM/BF
828/0.13
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
23.8
24.3
26.4
28.6
23.8
22.8
18.9
14.9
23.5
24.1
26.1
28.3
1.32
1.32
1.32
1.33
1.10
1.10
1.10
1.11
23.1
23.6
25.6
27.7
23.1
22.4
18.6
14.6
22.8
23.3
25.3
27.4
1.46
1.46
1.47
1.47
1.24
1.24
1.24
1.25
22.5
22.8
24.7
26.7
22.5
21.9
18.2
14.2
22.2
22.5
24.4
26.5
1.62
1.62
1.63
1.64
1.40
1.40
1.40
1.41
21.8
22.0
23.8
25.8
21.8
21.5
17.9
13.9
21.5
21.7
23.5
25.5
1.81
1.81
1.81
1.82
1.58
1.58
1.59
1.60
21.1
21.2
22.9
24.8
21.1
21.0
17.5
13.5
20.8
20.9
22.6
24.5
2.01
2.01
2.02
2.03
1.79
1.79
1.80
1.81
20.4
20.5
22.0
23.9
20.4
20.4
17.2
13.2
20.2
20.2
21.7
23.6
2.25
2.25
2.26
2.27
2.02
2.02
2.03
2.04
19.8
19.8
21.2
22.9
19.8
19.8
16.8
12.8
19.5
19.5
20.9
22.6
2.51
2.51
2.52
2.54
2.29
2.29
2.30
2.31
19.1
19.1
20.3
21.9
19.1
19.1
16.4
12.5
18.8
18.8
20.0
21.6
2.81
2.81
2.83
2.84
2.59
2.59
2.60
2.62
900/0.15
57
24.8
24.8
24.4
1.34
1.10
24.1
24.1
23.7
1.48
1.24
23.4
23.4
23.0
1.64
1.40
22.6
22.6
22.3
1.82
1.58
21.9
21.9
21.6
2.03
1.79
21.2
21.2
20.9
2.26
2.03
20.5
20.5
20.2
2.53
2.29
19.8
19.8
19.4
2.83
2.60
62
25.0
24.4
24.6
1.34
1.10
24.2
23.9
23.9
1.48
1.24
23.4
23.3
23.1
1.64
1.40
22.6
22.6
22.3
1.82
1.59
21.9
21.9
21.6
2.03
1.79
21.2
21.2
20.9
2.27
2.03
20.5
20.5
20.2
2.53
2.30
19.8
19.8
19.4
2.84
2.60
67
27.0
20.2
26.6
1.34
1.10
26.1
19.9
25.7
1.48
1.24
25.2
19.5
24.8
1.64
1.41
24.3
19.1
23.9
1.83
1.59
23.3
18.8
23.0
2.03
1.80
22.4
18.4
22.1
2.27
2.03
21.5
18.1
21.2
2.54
2.30
20.6
17.7
20.2
2.84
2.60
72
29.2
15.7
28.8
1.34
1.11
28.2
15.4
27.9
1.49
1.25
27.2
15.0
26.9
1.65
1.41
26.3
14.7
25.9
1.84
1.60
25.3
14.3
24.9
2.05
1.81
24.3
14.0
23.9
2.28
2.05
23.3
13.6
22.9
2.55
2.32
22.3
13.3
21.9
2.86
2.62
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
Many multi-split systems require the use of more than one cooling capacity table to determine system total capacity and power.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
TABLE NO. 46* — 38HDS024 (or 1 Circuit of 38HDS048 System) CONDENSING UNIT WITH
ONE 40QAB024† CEILING-SUSPENDED UNIT AND ONE 40QKB024 IN-CEILING CASSETTE UNIT
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
CONDENSER
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
695/0.06
57
22.9
22.9
22.5
1.43
1.15
22.3
22.3
21.9
1.58
1.30
21.7
21.7
21.3
1.75
1.47
21.1
21.1
20.6
1.94
1.66
20.4
20.4
20.0
2.16
1.88
19.8
19.8
19.4
2.41
2.13
19.1
19.1
18.7
2.68
2.40
18.5
18.5
18.0
3.00
2.72
62
23.8
21.4
23.4
1.43
1.16
23.0
21.1
22.6
1.58
1.30
22.3
20.7
21.8
1.75
1.47
21.5
20.3
21.1
1.94
1.66
20.7
19.9
20.3
2.16
1.88
20.0
19.5
19.5
2.41
2.13
19.2
19.0
18.8
2.69
2.41
18.5
18.5
18.0
3.00
2.73
67
25.9
17.9
25.4
1.44
1.16
25.0
17.6
24.6
1.59
1.31
24.2
17.2
23.8
1.76
1.48
23.4
16.9
22.9
1.95
1.67
22.5
16.5
22.1
2.17
1.89
21.6
16.2
21.2
2.42
2.14
20.8
15.8
20.4
2.70
2.42
19.9
15.5
19.5
3.02
2.74
Rating condition.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor Power
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power (Includes CMP)
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
28.1
14.3
27.6
1.44
1.16
27.2
13.9
26.7
1.59
1.31
26.3
13.6
25.8
1.76
1.49
25.3
13.3
24.9
1.96
1.68
24.4
12.9
24.0
2.18
1.90
23.5
12.6
23.1
2.43
2.15
22.6
12.3
22.1
2.72
2.44
21.6
11.9
21.2
3.04
2.76
AIR ENTERING EVAPORATOR — CFM/BF
815/0.07
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
24.1
24.5
26.5
28.7
24.1
23.2
19.3
15.1
23.6
24.0
26.0
28.2
1.46
1.46
1.46
1.47
1.16
1.16
1.16
1.16
23.4
23.7
25.7
27.8
23.4
22.8
18.9
14.8
22.9
23.2
25.2
27.3
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.62
1.30
1.31
1.31
1.32
22.7
22.9
24.8
26.8
22.7
22.4
18.6
14.4
22.2
22.4
24.3
26.3
1.78
1.78
1.78
1.79
1.47
1.47
1.48
1.49
22.1
22.2
23.9
25.9
22.1
21.9
18.2
14.1
21.6
21.6
23.4
25.4
1.97
1.97
1.98
1.99
1.67
1.67
1.67
1.68
21.4
21.4
23.0
24.9
21.4
21.4
17.9
13.8
20.9
20.9
22.5
24.4
2.19
2.19
2.19
2.21
1.88
1.88
1.89
1.90
20.7
20.7
22.1
24.0
20.7
20.7
17.5
13.4
20.2
20.2
21.6
23.5
2.43
2.43
2.44
2.46
2.13
2.13
2.14
2.15
20.0
20.0
21.2
23.0
20.0
20.0
17.2
13.1
19.5
19.5
20.7
22.5
2.72
2.72
2.73
2.74
2.41
2.41
2.42
2.44
19.3
19.3
20.3
22.0
19.3
19.3
16.8
12.7
18.8
18.8
19.8
21.5
3.03
3.04
3.05
3.06
2.73
2.73
2.74
2.76
1025/0.09
57
25.6
25.6
25.0
1.50
1.16
24.9
24.9
24.2
1.65
1.31
24.2
24.2
23.5
1.82
1.48
23.4
23.4
22.8
2.01
1.67
22.7
22.7
22.0
2.23
1.89
21.9
21.9
21.3
2.48
2.14
21.1
21.1
20.5
2.77
2.42
20.3
20.3
19.7
3.09
2.74
62
25.6
25.6
25.0
1.50
1.16
24.9
24.9
24.2
1.65
1.31
24.2
24.2
23.5
1.82
1.48
23.4
23.4
22.8
2.01
1.67
22.7
22.7
22.0
2.23
1.89
21.9
21.9
21.3
2.48
2.14
21.1
21.1
20.5
2.76
2.42
20.3
20.3
19.7
3.09
2.74
67
27.4
21.6
26.7
1.50
1.16
26.4
21.2
25.8
1.65
1.31
25.5
20.9
24.8
1.83
1.48
24.6
20.5
23.9
2.02
1.68
23.6
20.1
23.0
2.24
1.90
22.7
19.8
22.1
2.49
2.15
21.8
19.4
21.1
2.77
2.43
20.8
19.0
20.2
3.09
2.75
72
29.5
16.5
28.9
1.51
1.17
28.6
16.2
27.9
1.66
1.32
27.6
15.8
26.9
1.83
1.49
26.5
15.5
25.9
2.03
1.69
25.5
15.1
24.9
2.25
1.91
24.5
14.8
23.9
2.50
2.16
23.5
14.4
22.9
2.79
2.44
22.5
14.1
21.8
3.11
2.77
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
Many multi-split systems require the use of more than one cooling capacity table to determine system total capacity and power.
†Field reconfigured for 18,000 Btuh. Refer to fan coil unit installation instructions for details.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
TABLE NO. 47* — 38HDS024 (or 1 Circuit of 38HDS048 System) CONDENSING UNIT WITH
ONE 40QKB024 IN-CEILING CASSETTE UNIT AND ONE 40QNB018 HIGH WALL UNIT
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
CONDENSER
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
735/0.12
57
23.1
23.1
22.7
1.38
1.11
22.5
22.5
22.0
1.52
1.25
21.9
21.9
21.4
1.69
1.41
21.2
21.2
20.8
1.87
1.60
20.6
20.6
20.1
2.08
1.81
20.0
20.0
19.5
2.31
2.04
19.3
19.3
18.8
2.58
2.31
18.7
18.7
18.2
2.89
2.61
62
24.0
21.7
23.6
1.38
1.11
23.3
21.3
22.8
1.52
1.25
22.5
20.9
22.0
1.69
1.42
21.7
20.5
21.2
1.87
1.60
20.9
20.1
20.5
2.08
1.81
20.1
19.7
19.7
2.31
2.04
19.4
19.2
18.9
2.58
2.31
18.7
18.6
18.2
2.89
2.62
67
26.1
18.1
25.7
1.38
1.11
25.3
17.8
24.8
1.53
1.26
24.4
17.4
24.0
1.69
1.42
23.6
17.0
23.1
1.88
1.60
22.7
16.7
22.3
2.09
1.81
21.9
16.3
21.4
2.32
2.05
21.0
16.0
20.5
2.59
2.32
20.1
15.6
19.7
2.90
2.63
Rating condition.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor Power
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power (Includes CMP)
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
28.3
14.4
27.9
1.39
1.12
27.4
14.1
27.0
1.53
1.26
26.5
13.7
26.1
1.70
1.43
25.6
13.4
25.1
1.89
1.61
24.7
13.1
24.2
2.10
1.83
23.7
12.7
23.3
2.34
2.07
22.8
12.4
22.3
2.61
2.34
21.8
12.0
21.4
2.92
2.65
AIR ENTERING EVAPORATOR — CFM/BF
829/0.13
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
24.0
24.5
26.6
28.8
24.0
23.0
19.1
15.0
23.4
24.0
26.1
28.3
1.40
1.40
1.40
1.41
1.11
1.11
1.11
1.12
23.3
23.7
25.8
27.9
23.3
22.6
18.7
14.7
22.8
23.2
25.2
27.4
1.54
1.54
1.55
1.55
1.25
1.25
1.26
1.26
22.6
22.9
24.9
27.0
22.6
22.1
18.4
14.4
22.1
22.4
24.4
26.4
1.70
1.70
1.71
1.72
1.42
1.42
1.42
1.43
22.0
22.2
24.0
26.0
22.0
21.7
18.0
14.0
21.4
21.6
23.5
25.5
1.89
1.89
1.89
1.90
1.60
1.60
1.61
1.61
21.3
21.4
23.1
25.0
21.3
21.2
17.7
13.7
20.8
20.9
22.6
24.5
2.10
2.10
2.10
2.12
1.81
1.81
1.82
1.83
20.6
20.6
22.2
24.1
20.6
20.6
17.3
13.3
20.1
20.1
21.7
23.5
2.33
2.33
2.34
2.36
2.05
2.04
2.05
2.07
19.9
19.9
21.3
23.1
19.9
19.9
17.0
13.0
19.4
19.4
20.8
22.6
2.60
2.60
2.62
2.63
2.32
2.32
2.33
2.34
19.2
19.2
20.4
22.1
19.2
19.2
16.6
12.6
18.7
18.7
19.9
21.6
2.91
2.91
2.92
2.94
2.62
2.62
2.63
2.65
1005/0.15
57
25.2
25.2
24.6
1.43
1.11
24.5
24.5
23.9
1.58
1.25
23.8
23.8
23.2
1.74
1.42
23.1
23.1
22.4
1.92
1.60
22.3
22.3
21.7
2.14
1.81
21.6
21.6
21.0
2.37
2.05
20.9
20.9
20.2
2.64
2.32
20.1
20.1
19.5
2.95
2.63
62
25.4
25.0
24.7
1.43
1.11
24.6
24.5
23.9
1.58
1.25
23.8
23.8
23.2
1.74
1.42
23.1
23.1
22.4
1.93
1.60
22.3
22.3
21.7
2.13
1.81
21.6
21.6
21.0
2.37
2.05
20.9
20.9
20.2
2.64
2.32
20.1
20.1
19.5
2.95
2.63
67
27.3
20.9
26.7
1.44
1.12
26.4
20.5
25.8
1.58
1.26
25.5
20.1
24.9
1.74
1.42
24.6
19.8
23.9
1.93
1.61
23.6
19.4
23.0
2.14
1.82
22.7
19.0
22.1
2.38
2.06
21.8
18.7
21.2
2.65
2.33
20.8
18.3
20.2
2.96
2.64
72
29.5
16.1
28.9
1.44
1.12
28.6
15.8
27.9
1.59
1.27
27.6
15.4
27.0
1.75
1.43
26.6
15.1
26.0
1.94
1.62
25.6
14.7
24.9
2.15
1.83
24.6
14.3
23.9
2.39
2.07
23.5
14.0
22.9
2.67
2.34
22.5
13.7
21.9
2.98
2.65
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
Many multi-split systems require the use of more than one cooling capacity table to determine system total capacity and power.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
TABLE NO. 48* — 38HDS024 (or 1 Circuit of 38HDS048 System) CONDENSING UNIT WITH
ONE 40QAB024† CEILING-SUSPENDED UNIT AND ONE 40QNB018 HIGH WALL UNIT
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
CONDENSER
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
680/0.08
57
22.6
22.6
22.3
1.38
1.13
22.0
22.0
21.7
1.52
1.28
21.4
21.4
21.1
1.69
1.44
20.8
20.8
20.5
1.88
1.63
20.2
20.2
19.8
2.09
1.85
19.5
19.5
19.2
2.33
2.09
18.9
18.9
18.6
2.60
2.36
18.3
18.3
17.9
2.91
2.67
62
23.6
21.0
23.3
1.38
1.13
22.8
20.6
22.5
1.52
1.28
22.1
20.2
21.8
1.69
1.45
21.3
19.9
21.0
1.88
1.64
20.6
19.5
20.2
2.09
1.85
19.8
19.1
19.5
2.33
2.09
19.1
18.7
18.7
2.61
2.36
18.3
18.2
18.0
2.92
2.67
67
25.7
17.6
25.4
1.38
1.14
24.9
17.2
24.5
1.53
1.28
24.0
16.9
23.7
1.69
1.45
23.2
16.5
22.9
1.88
1.64
22.4
16.2
22.0
2.10
1.85
21.5
15.8
21.2
2.34
2.10
20.7
15.5
20.3
2.62
2.37
19.8
15.2
19.5
2.93
2.69
Rating condition.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor Power
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power (Includes CMP)
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
27.9
14.1
27.5
1.38
1.14
27.0
13.7
26.7
1.53
1.29
26.1
13.4
25.8
1.70
1.46
25.2
13.1
24.9
1.89
1.65
24.3
12.7
24.0
2.11
1.87
23.4
12.4
23.0
2.35
2.11
22.5
12.1
22.1
2.63
2.39
21.5
11.7
21.2
2.95
2.71
AIR ENTERING EVAPORATOR — CFM/BF
814/0.10
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
23.9
24.4
26.4
28.6
23.9
22.9
19.1
15.0
23.5
24.0
26.0
28.2
1.40
1.40
1.40
1.41
1.13
1.13
1.14
1.14
23.2
23.6
25.6
27.7
23.2
22.6
18.7
14.7
22.8
23.2
25.2
27.3
1.54
1.54
1.55
1.55
1.28
1.28
1.29
1.29
22.6
22.8
24.7
26.8
22.6
22.1
18.4
14.3
22.2
22.4
24.3
26.4
1.71
1.71
1.72
1.72
1.45
1.45
1.45
1.46
21.9
22.1
23.8
25.8
21.9
21.7
18.0
14.0
21.5
21.7
23.4
25.4
1.90
1.90
1.91
1.92
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.65
21.2
21.3
23.0
24.9
21.2
21.2
17.7
13.6
20.8
20.9
22.6
24.5
2.11
2.11
2.12
2.13
1.85
1.85
1.86
1.87
20.5
20.5
22.1
23.9
20.5
20.5
17.3
13.3
20.1
20.1
21.7
23.5
2.36
2.36
2.37
2.38
2.09
2.09
2.10
2.11
19.9
19.9
21.2
22.9
19.9
19.9
17.0
12.9
19.5
19.5
20.8
22.5
2.63
2.63
2.64
2.66
2.37
2.37
2.38
2.39
19.2
19.2
20.3
22.0
19.2
19.2
16.6
12.6
18.8
18.8
19.9
21.6
2.94
2.94
2.96
2.97
2.68
2.68
2.69
2.71
980/0.12
57
25.1
25.1
24.6
1.42
1.14
24.4
24.4
23.9
1.57
1.28
23.7
23.7
23.2
1.74
1.45
23.0
23.0
22.5
1.93
1.64
22.2
22.2
21.8
2.14
1.85
21.5
21.5
21.0
2.39
2.10
20.8
20.8
20.3
2.66
2.37
20.0
20.0
19.5
2.98
2.69
62
25.2
25.0
24.7
1.42
1.14
24.4
24.4
23.9
1.57
1.28
23.7
23.7
23.2
1.74
1.45
23.0
23.0
22.5
1.93
1.64
22.3
22.3
21.8
2.14
1.86
21.5
21.5
21.0
2.39
2.10
20.8
20.8
20.3
2.66
2.38
20.0
20.0
19.5
2.98
2.69
67
27.1
20.8
26.6
1.43
1.14
26.2
20.5
25.7
1.57
1.29
25.3
20.1
24.8
1.74
1.46
24.4
19.8
23.9
1.93
1.65
23.5
19.4
23.0
2.15
1.86
22.6
19.0
22.1
2.39
2.10
21.6
18.6
21.1
2.67
2.38
20.7
18.3
20.2
2.98
2.70
72
29.3
16.1
28.8
1.43
1.15
28.3
15.7
27.9
1.58
1.30
27.4
15.4
26.9
1.75
1.46
26.4
15.0
25.9
1.94
1.65
25.4
14.7
24.9
2.16
1.87
24.4
14.4
23.9
2.41
2.12
23.4
14.0
22.9
2.69
2.40
22.4
13.6
21.9
3.00
2.72
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
Many multi-split systems require the use of more than one cooling capacity table to determine system total capacity and power.
†Field reconfigured for 18,000 Btuh. Refer to fan coil unit installation instructions for details.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
TABLE NO. 52* — 38HDS024 (or 1 Circuit of 38HDS048 System) CONDENSING UNIT WITH
ONE 40QNB024 HIGH WALL UNIT
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
CONDENSER
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
456/0.04
57
20.9
20.3
20.7
1.34
1.16
20.4
20.1
20.2
1.48
1.30
19.8
19.7
19.6
1.64
1.46
19.2
19.2
19.0
1.82
1.65
18.6
18.6
18.4
2.03
1.85
18.1
18.1
17.9
2.26
2.08
17.5
17.5
17.3
2.53
2.35
16.9
16.9
16.7
2.83
2.65
62
22.2
17.6
22.0
1.34
1.16
22.1
17.7
21.9
1.49
1.31
21.5
17.5
21.3
1.66
1.48
20.8
17.1
20.6
1.84
1.66
20.0
16.8
19.8
2.05
1.87
19.3
16.4
19.1
2.28
2.10
18.5
16.0
18.3
2.55
2.37
17.8
15.7
17.6
2.85
2.67
67
23.1
14.5
22.9
1.35
1.17
23.4
14.8
23.2
1.50
1.32
23.2
14.8
23.0
1.66
1.48
22.7
14.6
22.5
1.85
1.67
22.0
14.3
21.8
2.07
1.89
21.2
14.0
21.0
2.31
2.13
20.4
13.6
20.2
2.59
2.41
19.6
13.3
19.4
2.90
2.72
Rating condition.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor Power
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power (Includes CMP)
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
23.6
11.5
23.4
1.35
1.17
24.1
11.7
23.9
1.50
1.32
24.7
12.0
24.5
1.68
1.50
24.3
11.8
24.1
1.87
1.69
23.9
11.7
23.7
2.09
1.91
23.1
11.4
22.9
2.33
2.15
22.4
11.1
22.2
2.61
2.43
21.6
10.8
21.4
2.93
2.75
AIR ENTERING EVAPORATOR — CFM/BF
502/0.04
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
21.4
22.6
23.5
23.9
21.2
18.3
15.0
11.7
21.1
22.4
23.3
23.6
1.34
1.35
1.36
1.36
1.16
1.17
1.17
1.17
21.0
22.5
23.7
24.5
21.0
18.5
15.2
12.0
20.8
22.3
23.5
24.2
1.49
1.50
1.50
1.51
1.30
1.31
1.32
1.32
20.5
22.0
23.5
24.6
20.5
18.4
15.2
12.1
20.3
21.8
23.2
24.4
1.66
1.67
1.67
1.68
1.47
1.48
1.48
1.49
19.9
21.3
23.1
24.4
19.9
18.1
15.1
12.0
19.7
21.1
22.9
24.2
1.84
1.85
1.86
1.87
1.65
1.67
1.68
1.69
19.4
20.5
22.4
24.2
19.4
17.7
14.9
12.0
19.1
20.3
22.2
24.0
2.05
2.06
2.08
2.10
1.86
1.88
1.89
1.91
18.8
19.7
21.7
23.5
18.8
17.3
14.6
11.7
18.5
19.5
21.5
23.3
2.28
2.30
2.33
2.34
2.10
2.11
2.14
2.16
18.1
19.0
20.9
22.7
18.1
16.9
14.3
11.4
17.9
18.7
20.6
22.5
2.55
2.56
2.60
2.62
2.36
2.38
2.42
2.44
17.5
18.2
20.0
21.9
17.5
16.5
13.9
11.2
17.3
17.9
19.8
21.7
2.85
2.87
2.91
2.94
2.67
2.68
2.73
2.76
550/0.05
57
21.8
21.8
21.5
1.35
1.16
21.6
21.6
21.4
1.50
1.31
21.2
21.2
21.0
1.67
1.47
20.6
20.6
20.4
1.85
1.66
20.0
20.0
19.8
2.06
1.87
19.4
19.4
19.1
2.30
2.11
18.7
18.7
18.5
2.57
2.38
18.1
18.1
17.9
2.87
2.68
62
22.4
18.6
22.2
1.35
1.16
22.9
19.3
22.6
1.51
1.31
22.4
19.2
22.2
1.67
1.48
21.7
19.0
21.5
1.87
1.67
20.9
18.6
20.7
2.07
1.88
20.1
18.2
19.9
2.31
2.12
19.3
17.8
19.1
2.58
2.39
18.5
17.4
18.3
2.88
2.69
67
23.4
15.1
23.2
1.36
1.17
23.8
15.6
23.6
1.51
1.32
23.8
15.8
23.6
1.68
1.49
23.5
15.7
23.2
1.87
1.68
22.8
15.6
22.6
2.09
1.90
22.1
15.3
21.9
2.34
2.15
21.2
14.9
21.0
2.62
2.43
20.4
14.6
20.1
2.93
2.74
72
23.7
11.7
23.5
1.36
1.17
24.8
12.2
24.5
1.52
1.33
24.9
12.4
24.7
1.69
1.50
24.8
12.4
24.5
1.88
1.69
24.4
12.3
24.1
2.10
1.91
23.7
12.0
23.5
2.35
2.16
23.0
11.8
22.8
2.63
2.44
22.2
11.5
22.0
2.95
2.76
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
Many multi-split systems require the use of more than one cooling capacity table to determine system total capacity and power.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
TABLE NO. 53* — 38HDS024 (or 1 Circuit of 38HDS048 System) CONDENSING UNIT WITH
ONE 40QAB024 CEILING-SUSPENDED UNIT
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
CONDENSER
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
400/0.03
57
22.7
21.3
22.3
1.41
1.15
21.5
20.4
21.1
1.53
1.26
20.2
19.4
19.9
1.65
1.39
18.9
18.4
18.6
1.76
1.51
17.7
17.4
17.4
1.90
1.66
16.5
16.5
16.2
2.06
1.82
15.4
15.4
15.1
2.24
2.01
14.4
14.4
14.1
2.44
2.21
62
24.2
18.5
23.8
1.42
1.15
23.5
18.2
23.2
1.54
1.28
22.2
17.3
21.8
1.67
1.41
20.8
16.4
20.5
1.80
1.54
19.5
15.5
19.1
1.94
1.69
18.2
14.7
17.8
2.10
1.86
16.9
13.8
16.6
2.28
2.04
15.6
13.0
15.3
2.48
2.25
67
25.8
15.8
25.5
1.44
1.17
25.3
15.5
24.9
1.56
1.30
24.1
14.9
23.8
1.70
1.44
23.0
14.3
22.6
1.84
1.58
21.5
13.5
21.2
1.99
1.74
20.1
12.7
19.7
2.15
1.91
18.7
11.9
18.4
2.34
2.10
17.3
11.2
17.0
2.54
2.31
Rating condition.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor Power
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power (Includes CMP)
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
26.6
12.7
26.2
1.45
1.18
26.3
12.6
25.9
1.57
1.30
25.7
12.3
25.3
1.72
1.46
25.1
11.9
24.7
1.87
1.62
23.6
11.3
23.3
2.03
1.78
22.1
10.6
21.8
2.21
1.97
20.6
9.94
20.3
2.40
2.16
19.1
9.28
18.8
2.61
2.37
AIR ENTERING EVAPORATOR — CFM/BF
500/0.03
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
23.7
25.1
26.2
26.6
23.1
19.8
16.4
12.9
23.3
24.6
25.7
26.1
1.44
1.45
1.47
1.47
1.15
1.16
1.18
1.18
22.8
24.5
26.2
27.2
22.5
19.6
16.5
13.2
22.3
24.0
25.8
26.8
1.56
1.57
1.59
1.61
1.28
1.28
1.31
1.32
21.5
23.2
25.1
26.6
21.3
18.8
16.0
12.9
21.0
22.8
24.7
26.2
1.68
1.70
1.73
1.75
1.40
1.43
1.45
1.47
20.1
21.9
24.0
25.9
20.1
18.1
15.4
12.6
19.7
21.5
23.6
25.5
1.80
1.84
1.87
1.90
1.53
1.57
1.60
1.63
18.9
20.5
22.6
24.6
18.9
17.1
14.6
12.0
18.5
20.1
22.2
24.2
1.95
1.98
2.03
2.07
1.68
1.71
1.77
1.80
17.7
19.1
21.0
23.2
17.7
16.2
13.8
11.4
17.4
18.7
20.6
22.8
2.11
2.14
2.20
2.26
1.85
1.88
1.93
2.00
16.6
17.7
19.5
21.5
16.6
15.3
13.0
10.6
16.3
17.3
19.2
21.2
2.30
2.33
2.38
2.45
2.04
2.07
2.12
2.20
15.5
16.4
18.1
20.0
15.5
14.4
12.2
9.95
15.1
16.0
17.8
19.6
2.50
2.53
2.58
2.66
2.24
2.27
2.33
2.41
600/0.04
57
24.6
24.5
24.1
1.47
1.16
23.7
23.7
23.2
1.58
1.28
22.5
22.5
22.0
1.71
1.42
21.3
21.3
20.8
1.84
1.55
20.0
20.0
19.5
1.99
1.70
18.7
18.7
18.3
2.15
1.87
17.5
17.5
17.1
2.34
2.06
16.3
16.3
15.9
2.54
2.27
62
25.4
20.6
24.8
1.47
1.17
25.2
20.9
24.7
1.60
1.29
23.9
20.2
23.4
1.74
1.44
22.7
19.4
22.2
1.87
1.58
21.2
18.4
20.7
2.01
1.73
19.7
17.5
19.3
2.17
1.90
18.3
16.5
17.8
2.36
2.08
16.9
15.6
16.5
2.56
2.29
67
26.1
16.7
25.6
1.48
1.17
26.6
17.2
26.1
1.62
1.31
25.7
16.8
25.2
1.76
1.46
24.7
16.3
24.2
1.89
1.60
23.3
15.6
22.8
2.07
1.78
21.7
14.8
21.2
2.23
1.95
20.1
13.9
19.7
2.42
2.14
18.6
13.1
18.2
2.62
2.35
72
27.4
13.4
26.8
1.50
1.19
27.1
13.3
26.6
1.62
1.32
26.6
13.1
26.1
1.77
1.47
26.2
12.9
25.7
1.92
1.63
25.2
12.5
24.7
2.09
1.81
23.8
11.9
23.3
2.29
2.01
22.1
11.2
21.7
2.50
2.22
20.5
10.5
20.1
2.70
2.44
*Click here to view Systems Index Table.
Many multi-split systems require the use of more than one cooling capacity table to determine system total capacity and power.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
TABLE NO. 54* — 38HDS024 (or 1 Circuit of 38HDS048 System) CONDENSING UNIT WITH
ONE 40QKB036 IN-CEILING CASSETTE UNIT
TEMP (F)
AIR ENTERING
CONDENSER
(Edb)
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
TCG
SHG
TC
kW
CMP
635/0.08
57
26.7
26.7
26.3
2.14
1.71
25.2
25.2
24.8
2.16
1.76
23.5
23.5
23.1
2.15
1.79
21.9
21.9
21.5
2.14
1.82
20.2
20.2
19.9
2.10
1.82
18.6
18.6
18.3
2.03
1.78
17.1
17.1
16.8
1.89
1.68
15.6
15.6
15.3
1.76
1.59
62
28.5
23.7
28.0
2.15
1.72
26.7
22.6
26.2
2.16
1.77
24.8
21.5
24.4
2.16
1.80
23.0
20.3
22.6
2.16
1.83
21.1
19.0
20.7
2.11
1.83
19.3
17.7
18.9
2.04
1.79
17.6
16.5
17.3
1.90
1.69
15.9
15.3
15.6
1.77
1.59
67
30.1
19.4
29.6
2.16
1.73
29.0
19.0
28.6
2.18
1.79
27.1
18.0
26.7
2.18
1.82
25.1
17.0
24.7
2.17
1.85
23.2
16.0
22.8
2.13
1.85
21.3
14.9
20.9
2.07
1.82
19.4
13.8
19.1
1.93
1.72
17.5
12.8
17.2
1.80
1.62
Rating condition.
BF
CMP
Edb
Ewb
kW
SHG
TC
TCG
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Bypass Factor
Compressor Power
Entering Dry Bulb
Entering Wet Bulb
Total Power (Includes CMP)
Gross Sensible Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Total Net Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Gross Cooling Capacity (1000 Btuh)
72
31.7
15.5
31.2
2.18
1.75
30.4
15.0
30.0
2.19
1.80
28.7
14.2
28.3
2.19
1.83
27.0
13.5
26.6
2.19
1.87
25.1
12.7
24.7
2.15
1.87
23.2
11.9
22.9
2.09
1.84
21.3
11.0
21.0
1.96
1.75
19.4
10.1
19.0
1.83
1.65
AIR ENTERING EVAPORATOR — CFM/BF
745/0.10
Air Entering Evaporator — Ewb (F)
57
62
67
72
28.0
29.2
30.9
32.1
28.0
25.3
20.6
16.0
27.4
28.7
30.4
31.6
2.18
2.19
2.20
2.21
1.72
1.73
1.74
1.75
26.5
27.5
29.7
31.1
26.5
24.4
20.2
15.6
26.0
27.0
29.2
30.6
2.19
2.20
2.22
2.23
1.77
1.78
1.80
1.81
24.8
25.6
27.8
29.4
24.8
23.2
19.2
14.9
24.3
25.1
27.3
28.9
2.19
2.19
2.21
2.23
1.80
1.81
1.83
1.84
23.1
23.7
25.8
27.8
23.1
22.0
18.2
14.3
22.6
23.3
25.4
27.3
2.18
2.18
2.20
2.22
1.84
1.84
1.86
1.88
21.4
21.8
23.8
25.8
21.4
20.7
17.1
13.4
20.9
21.3
23.4
25.3
2.13
2.14
2.16
2.18
1.83
1.84
1.85
1.88
19.7
19.9
21.9
23.8
19.7
19.3
16.1
12.5
19.3
19.5
21.4
23.3
2.06
2.07
2.09
2.11
1.80
1.80
1.83
1.84
18.1
18.2
19.9
21.8
18.1
17.9
15.0
11.7
17.7
17.8
19.5
21.4
1.93
1.93
1.95
1.98
1.70
1.70
1.73
1.75
16.5
16.5
18.0
19.8
16.5
16.5
13.8
10.8
16.1
16.1
17.6
19.4
1.79
1.79
1.82
1.84
1.60
1.60
1.63
1.66
915/0.12
57
29.4
29.4
28.8
2.24
1.73
27.9
27.9
27.3
2.25
1.78
26.2
26.2
25.6
2.24
1.81
24.5
24.5
23.9
2.22
1.84
22.7
22.7
22.2
2.18
1.85
20.9
20.9
20.4
2.11
1.81
19.2
19.2
18.7
1.97
1.72
17.5
17.5
17.0
1.83
1.62
62
29.9
27.3
29.2
2.24
1.73
28.4
26.7
27.7
2.25
1.78
26.5
25.5
25.9
2.24
1.82
24.7
24.3
24.1
2.23
1.85
22.8
22.7
22.2
2.18
1.85
20.9
20.9
20.4
2.11
1.81
19.2
19.2
18.7
1.97
1.72
17.5
17.5
17.0
1.83
1.62
67
31.8
22.1
31.2
2.26
1.75
30.3
21.6
29.6
2.27
1.80
28.4
20.8
27.8
2.26
1.83
26.6
19.9
26.0
2.24
1.86
24.5
18.9
24.0
2.20
1.86
22.5
17.7
22.0
2.12
1.83
20.5
16.6
20.0
1.99
1.74
18.5
15.4
18.1
1.85
1.64
72
33.0
16.8
32.3
2.27
1.76
31.9
16.5
31.3
2.29
1.82
30.3
15.9
29.7
2.28
1.85
28.6
15.3
28.0
2.27
1.89
26.6
14.5
26.0
2.23
1.89
24.5
13.6
24.0
2.15
1.86
22.4
12.7
21.9
2.01
1.76
20.4
11.8
19.9
1.87
1.67
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Many multi-split systems require the use of more than one cooling capacity table to determine system total capacity and power.
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. The SHG is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor
coil.
Below 80 F edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHG.
Above 80 F edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHG.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).
COOLING CAPACITIES
TABLE NO. 55 - 42WKN004
Entering Air (F) — dry bulb
Entering
Water
Temp (F)
40
45
55
72
Water
Temp
Rise (F)
10
15
20
10
15
20
10
15
20
63
TH
6,807
4,091
2,585
4,381
2,754
1,726
1,659
731
—
80
67
SH
5,160
3,882
2,285
4,092
2,754
1,726
1,659
731
—
TH
9,525
6,306
2,850
6,882
3,318
1,753
1,657
732
—
SH
4,848
3,613
2,337
3,826
2,552
1,646
1,649
732
—
Entering Air (F) — wet bulb
71
63
TH
SH
TH
SH
12,370
4,379
7,520
7,452
9,348
3,319
6,099
6,099
5,729
2,080
4,703
4,703
9,728
3,453
6,273
6,273
6,384
2,298
4,905
4,905
2,469
1,035
3,498
3,498
3,633
1,399
3,810
3,810
813
508
2,416
2,416
—
—
1,398
1,398
67
TH
9,514
6,532
4,697
6,889
4,918
3,504
3,818
2,421
1,400
71
SH
7,164
5,938
4,688
6,133
4,884
3,504
3,818
2,421
1,400
TH
12,364
9,336
5,712
9,712
6,368
3,623
4,062
2,426
1,401
SH
11,935
10,280
8,610
10,174
8,588
6,925
6,741
4,894
2,831
TH
22,373
18,472
13,632
18,024
13,672
8,636
8,348
5,075
2,837
SH
6,788
5,667
4,408
5,800
4,623
3,427
3,733
2,426
1,401
42WKN004 (cont)
Entering
Water
Temp (F)
40
45
55
Water
Temp
Rise (F)
10
15
20
10
15
20
10
15
20
Entering Air (F) — dry bulb
88
Entering Air (F) — wet bulb
63
67
71
TH
SH
TH
SH
TH
9,514
9,514
9,777
9,445
12,356
8,196
8,196
8,212
8,212
9,324
6,838
6,338
6,851
6,851
7,009
8,328
8,328
8,344
8,344
9,704
7,014
7,014
7,028
7,028
7,224
5,665
5,665
5,676
5,676
5,688
5,908
5,908
5,920
5,920
5,933
4,588
4,588
4,597
4,597
4,607
3,211
3,211
3,217
3,217
3,224
LEGEND
SH — Sensible Heat
TH — Total Heat
SH
9,119
7,981
6,778
8,113
6,949
5,688
5,933
4,607
3,224
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TABLE NO. 56 - 42WKN008
Entering Air (F) — dry bulb
Entering
Water
Temp (F)
40
45
55
Water
Temp
Rise (F)
10
15
20
10
15
20
10
15
20
72
63
TH
13,097
8,931
5,756
8,837
5,721
3,493
3,359
1,495
—
SH
8,854
7,064
5,336
7,043
5,372
3,483
3,359
1,495
—
67
TH
17,553
13,436
8,286
13,266
8,445
3,802
3,688
1,499
—
80
SH
8,583
6,893
4,938
6,819
4,991
3,114
3,153
1,486
—
Entering Air
71
TH
SH
22,397
8,153
18,497
6,640
13,658
4,862
18,065
6,467
13,696
4,876
8,011
2,932
8,107
2,951
1,848
965
—
—
42WKN008 (cont)
Entering
Water
Temp (F)
40
45
55
Water
Temp
Rise (F)
10
15
20
10
15
20
10
15
20
LEGEND
SH — Sensible Heat
TH — Total Heat
Entering Air (F) — dry bulb
88
Entering Air (F) — wet bulb
63
67
71
TH
SH
TH
SH
TH
SH
15,714 15,698 17,708 15,300 22,344 15,015
14,099 14,099 14,820 13,842 18,467 13,443
12,366 12,366 12,588 12,261 14,352
11,783
13,808 13,808 14,350 13,661 18,011
13,256
12,193 12,193 12,327 12,154 14,183
11,729
7,041
7,041 10,473 10,463
11,025 10,165
9,980
9,980 10,011
10,011
10,300
9,919
8,289
8,289
8,314
8,314
8,362
8,320
6,434
6,434
6,453
6,453
6,474
6,474
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(F) — wet bulb
63
TH
SH
13,524
12,266
11,071
10,706
9,049
9,004
10,760
10,588
8,915
8,915
7,041
7,041
6,734
6,734
4,789
4,879
2,825
2,285
67
TH
17,525
13,544
9,840
13,282
9,682
7,191
6,768
4,894
2,831
71
SH
11,656
10,086
8,261
9,905
8,272
6,451
6,370
4,740
2,837
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
TABLE NO. 57 - 42WKN010 — 2-TUBE
Entering Air (F) — dry bulb
Entering
Water
Temp (F)
40
45
55
Water
Temp
Rise (F)
10
15
20
10
15
20
10
15
20
72
63
TH
13,056
8,995
5,780
8,903
5,713
3,799
3,302
1,669
—
SH
8,513
6,746
5,133
6,713
5,153
3,712
3,302
1,669
—
67
TH
17,563
13,436
8,264
13,340
8,491
4,184
3,715
1,679
—
80
SH
8,483
6,745
4,735
6,697
4,814
3,134
3,013
1,619
—
Entering Air
71
TH
SH
22,296
8,316
18,508
6,755
13,681
4,898
18,160
6,592
13,755
4,924
7,961
2,882
8,194
2,950
2,177
1,028
—
—
(F) — wet bulb
63
TH
SH
13,497
11,648
10,946
10,245
8,884
8,724
10,538
10,095
8,707
8,655
6,902
6,902
6,551
6,551
4,796
4,796
3,109
3,109
67
TH
17,539
13,629
9,856
13,406
9,729
7,136
6,629
4,812
3,116
71
SH
11,488
9,813
8,220
9,719
8,182
6,672
6,516
4,812
3,116
TH
22,270
18,485
13,705
18,132
13,742
8,738
8,490
5,099
3,134
SH
10,569
8,861
7,287
8,922
7,395
5,832
5,907
414
2,701
TH
20,081
16,032
11,144
16,193
11,560
7,080
7,308
4,238
2,707
SH
11,402
9,816
7,963
9,646
7,957
6,143
6,062
4,553
3,062
42WKN010 — 2-TUBE (cont)
Entering
Water
Temp (F)
40
45
55
Water
Temp
Rise (F)
10
15
20
10
15
20
10
15
20
Entering Air (F) — dry bulb
88
Entering Air (F) — wet bulb
63
67
71
TH
SH
TH
SH
TH
SH
15,165 14,968 17,733 14,541 22,238 14,410
13,608 13,581 14,780 13,154 18,543 12,850
12,024 12,024 12,435
11,751 14,522
11,210
13,253 13,253 14,289 12,960 18,121 12,667
11,799
11,799 12,098
11,638 14,319
11,140
10,187 10,187 10,252 10,180
11,099
9,701
9,621
9,621
9,657
9,657 10,231
9,433
8,089
8,089
8,118
8,118
8,220
8,064
6,322
6,322
6,344
6,344
6,367
6,367
LEGEND
SH — Sensible Heat
TH — Total Heat
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TABLE NO. 58 - 42WKN010 — 4-TUBE
Entering Air (F) — dry bulb
Entering
Water
Temp (F)
40
45
55
Water
Temp
Rise (F)
10
15
20
10
15
20
10
15
20
72
63
TH
11,439
7,528
4,887
7,712
4,784
3,299
2,821
1,435
—
SH
7,721
5,992
4,486
6,092
4,497
3,279
2,821
1,435
—
67
TH
15,681
11,331
6,209
11,665
6,734
3,602
3,085
1,437
—
80
SH
7,652
5,869
3,912
5,996
4,114
2,770
2,628
1,433
—
Entering Air (F) — wet bulb
71
63
TH
SH
TH
SH
20,104
7,418
12,139
10,779
16,053
5,811
9,738
9,280
11,069
3,963
7,713
7,682
16,216
5,854
9,585
9,288
11,575
4,132
7,745
7,737
5,717
2,132
5,915
5,915
6,789
2,478
5,909
5,909
1,805
893
4,102
4,102
—
—
2,696
2,696
42WKN010 — 4-TUBE (cont)
Entering
Water
Temp (F)
40
45
55
Water
Temp
Rise (F)
10
15
20
10
15
20
10
15
20
LEGEND
SH — Sensible Heat
TH — Total Heat
Entering Air (F) — dry bulb
88
Entering Air (F) — wet bulb
63
67
71
TH
SH
TH
SH
TH
SH
14,010 13,898 16,011
13,529 20,054 13,336
12,396 12,396 13,259 12,079 16,151
11,709
10,743 10,743 10,965 10,592 12,477 10,144
12,257 12,257 13,020 12,057 16,174
11,726
10,710 10,710 10,876 10,626 12,531 10,200
9,036
9,036
9,062
9,062
9,664
8,707
8,833
8,833
8,863
8,863
9,282
8,706
7,230
7,230
7,253
7,253
7,296
7,252
5,425
5,425
5,441
5,441
5,460
5,460
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67
TH
15,658
11,705
8,424
11,802
8,510
5,988
5,943
4,114
2,701
71
SH
10,422
8,770
6,920
8,825
7,075
5,367
5,518
3,984
2,707
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
TABLE NO. 59 - 42WKN016
Entering Air (F) — dry bulb
Entering
Water
Temp (F)
40
45
55
72
Water
Temp
Rise (F)
10
15
20
10
15
20
10
15
20
63
TH
26,652
18,250
11,790
18,014
11,684
7,120
6,852
3,032
—
80
67
SH
17,990
14,381
10,894
14,321
10,948
7,099
6,852
3,032
—
TH
35,692
27,410
17,016
26,990
17,920
7,798
7,544
3,042
—
SH
17,453
14,061
10,090
13,873
10,184
6,363
6,420
3,015
—
Entering Air (F) — wet bulb
71
63
TH
SH
TH
SH
25,524
16,571
27,498
24,913
37,654
13,518
22,536
21,770
27,920
9,940
18,442
18,331
36,734
13,151
21,878
21,528
27,942
9,947
18,146
18,146
16,468
6,011
14,366
14,366
16,556
6,026
13,698
13,698
3,750
1,958
9,952
9,952
—
—
5,742
5,742
67
TH
35,634
27,620
20,094
27,018
19,724
14,682
13,770
9,982
5,754
71
SH
24,231
20,908
17,522
20,669
17,456
14,124
13,715
9,982
5,754
TH
45,476
37,604
27,872
36,686
27,892
17,698
17,028
10,366
5,766
SH
23,897
20,508
17,194
20,256
17,074
13,987
13,577
10,116
6,458
TH
46,346
38,696
28,958
37,776
28,886
18,614
17,836
10,772
6,496
SH
30,474
27,378
23,966
26,919
23,849
20,685
20,061
16,935
13,204
42WKN016 (cont)
Entering
Water
Temp (F)
40
45
55
Water
Temp
Rise (F)
10
15
20
10
15
20
10
15
20
Entering Air (F) — dry bulb
88
Entering Air (F) — wet bulb
63
67
71
TH
SH
TH
SH
TH
SH
31,916 31,884 36,000 31,104 45,416 30,474
28,664 28,664 30,166 28,115
37,590 27,378
25,166 25,166 24,932 24,932 23,966 23,966
28,046 28,046 29,160 27,731 36,624 26,919
24,792 24,792 25,076 24,725 28,908 23,849
21,260 21,260 21,326 21,305 22,484 20,685
20,278 20,278 20,340 20,340 20,936 20,061
16,868 16,868 16,920 16,920 17,020 16,935
13,122 13,122 13,162 13,162 13,204 13,204
LEGEND
SH — Sensible Heat
TH — Total Heat
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TABLE NO. 60 - 42WKN020 — 2-TUBE
Entering Air (F) — dry bulb
Entering
Water
Temp (F)
40
45
55
72
Water
Temp
Rise (F)
10
15
20
10
15
20
10
15
20
63
TH
27,298
18,986
12,208
18,676
12,062
7,876
6,942
3,460
—
80
67
SH
17,744
14,145
10,767
14,007
10,795
7,695
6,942
3,460
—
TH
36,590
28,240
17,680
27,896
18,010
8,680
7,872
3,480
—
SH
17,673
14,148
10,025
13,976
10,140
6,501
6,313
3,355
—
Entering Air (F) — wet bulb
71
63
TH
SH
TH
SH
46,402
17,354
28,158
24,216
38,744
14,142
22,896
21,362
28,920
10,382
18,646
18,254
37,834
13,772
21,966
20,999
28,914
10,351
18,190
18,063
17,104
6,192
14,506
14,506
17,262
6,214
13,664
13,664
4,512
2,130
10,082
10,082
—
—
6,444
6,444
42WK020 — 2-TUBE (cont)
Entering
Water
Temp (F)
40
45
55
Water
Temp
Rise (F)
10
15
20
10
15
20
10
15
20
LEGEND
SH — Sensible Heat
TH — Total Heat
Entering Air (F) — dry bulb
88
Entering Air (F) — wet bulb
63
67
71
TH
SH
TH
SH
TH
SH
31,530 31,089 36,916 30,234 46,282 29,944
28,348 28,291 30,874 27,385 38,798 26,771
25,114
25,114
26,032 24,522 30,538 23,423
27,552 27,552 29,754 26,927 37,744 26,308
24,588 24,588 25,254 24,244 30,004 23,221
21,306 21,306 21,446 21,253 23,318 20,263
20,020 20,020 20,094 20,094 21,342 19,613
16,894 16,894 16,956 16,956 17,190 16,812
13,286 13,286 13,332 13,332 13,380 13,380
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67
TH
36,540
28,602
20,816
28,016
20,424
15,056
13,840
10,116
6,458
71
SH
23,729
20,509
16,709
20,097
16,667
12,899
12,646
9,544
6,347
COOLING CAPACITIES (cont)
TABLE NO. 61 - 42WKN020 — 4-TUBE
Entering Air (F) — dry bulb
Entering
Water
Temp (F)
40
45
55
72
Water
Temp
Rise (F)
10
15
20
10
15
20
10
15
20
63
TH
23,992
15,966
10,200
16,222
10,158
6,838
5,960
2,974
—
80
Entering Air (F) — wet bulb
71
63
TH
SH
TH
SH
41,896
15,460
25,356
22,440
33,726
12,209
20,414
19,373
23,596
8,447
16,238
16,157
33,836
12,215
20,016
19,355
24,462
8,733
16,232
16,216
12,534
4,650
12,496
12,496
14,392
5,253
12,350
12,350
3,742
1,852
8,668
8,668
—
—
5,588
5,588
67
SH
16,123
12,581
9,353
12,734
9,467
6,797
5,960
2,974
—
TH
32,766
23,944
17,440
24,468
14,414
7,466
6,566
2,978
—
SH
15,990
12,355
8,319
12,528
8,692
5,741
5,535
2,969
—
67
TH
32,720
24,642
17,836
24,714
17,914
12,694
12,428
8,694
5,600
71
SH
22,021
18,531
15,303
18,610
15,478
12,275
12,353
8,694
5,600
TH
41,844
33,680
23,710
33,788
24,416
15,126
15,392
9,002
5,612
SH
21,717
18,389
14,582
18,381
14,845
11,314
11,520
8,390
5,612
42WKN020 — 4-TUBE (cont)
Entering
Water
Temp (F)
40
45
55
Water
Temp
Rise (F)
10
15
20
10
15
20
10
15
20
Entering Air (F) — dry bulb
88
Entering Air (F) — wet bulb
63
67
71
TH
SH
TH
SH
TH
SH
29,160 28,898 33,384 28,143 41,788 27,747
25,862 25,862 27,746 25,193 33,880 24,427
22,498 22,498 23,040 22,141 26,312 21,207
25,508 25,508 17,152 25,088 33,766 24,413
22,362 22,362 22,754 22,162 26,312 21,286
18,952 18,952 19,018 18,980 20,376 18,237
18,404 18,404 18,468 18,468 19,388 18,128
15,140 15,140 15,188 15,188 15,286 15,179
11,460
11,460
11,494
11,494
11,534
11,534
LEGEND
SH — Sensible Heat
TH — Total Heat
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TABLE NO. 62 - HOT WATER HEATING CAPACITIES (Btuh)
UNIT
SIZE
42WKN
004
008
010
016
020
ENTERING
WATER
TEMP (F)
140
180
140
180
140
180
140*
180*
140
180
140
180
140*
180*
GPM
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
6.0
7.0
8.0
10.0
12.0
9,479
15,180
12,260
19,476
12,257
19,498
8,195
13,023
24,694
39,208
24,886
39,680
16,302
25,908
12,538
19,957
17,691
28,047
17,542
27,899
10,162
16,116
35,726
56,632
35,968
57,184
20,194
32,028
13,941
22,165
20,310
32,185
19,982
31,653
11,012
17,437
41,070
65,080
41,118
65,102
21,876
34,640
14,760
23,455
21,850
34,618
21,297
33,713
11,487
18,171
44,220
70,054
43,906
69,496
22,814
36,090
15,682
24,875
23,582
37,338
22,693
35,884
12,003
18,962
47,762
75,622
46,872
74,116
23,834
37,654
16,190
25,659
24,529
38,819
23,414
36,999
12,278
19,384
49,702
78,656
48,408
76,492
24,378
38,486
16,514
26,157
25,127
39,750
23,852
37,673
12,452
19,647
50,928
80,564
49,342
77,930
24,722
39,004
16,740
26,501
25,539
40,391
24,146
38,124
12,571
19,827
51,772
81,876
49,968
78,890
24,956
39,362
16,905
26,754
25,841
40,858
24,357
38,446
12,658
19,959
52,390
82,834
50,416
79,578
25,128
39,622
17,033
26,949
26,072
41,215
24,515
38,688
12,724
20,060
52,862
83,566
50,754
80,094
25,258
39,820
17,217
27,228
26,401
41,724
24,737
39,027
12,818
20,203
53,538
84,610
51,226
80,818
25,444
40,104
17,343
27,420
26,625
42,070
24,886
39,253
12,883
20,300
53,998
85,320
51,542
81,300
25,572
40,296
LEGEND
GPM — Gallons Per Minute
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NOTE: Ratings based on nominal airflow (cfm) at 70 F edb, 60 F ewb.
Duct Free Systems - Piston/Charge Combinations
Cooling Only High Wall
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
40QNB009
40QNB012-1
40QNB012-3
40QNB018
38AN-009-1
38AN-012-1
38AN-012-3
38HDC018
38HDL018
38HDL018
38HDC024
38HDL024
40QNB024
Heat Pump High Wall
AccuRater
Piston
No
Cap Tube
Cap Tube
Cap Tube
49
49
49
57
57
Charge
Lbs
Note #1
1.5
1.8
1.8
4.6
3.8
3.8
6.0
4.4
Cooling Only Under Ceiling
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
40QAB024 ^
38HDC018-3
38HDL018-3
38HDC024-3
38HDL024-3
38HDC030-3
38HDL030-3
38HDC036-3
38HDC036-5
38HDC036-6
38HDL036-3
38HDC048-3
38HDC048-5
38HDC048-6
38HDL048-3
38HDC060-3
38HDC060-5
38HDC060-6
38HDL060-3
40QAB024
40QAB036
40QAB036
40QAB048
40QAB060
AccuRater
Piston
No
53
53
57
57
65
65
70
70
70
70
84
84
84
84
93
93
93
93
Charge
Lbs
Note #1
3.7
4.3
6.3
4.9 **
7.1
5.2
5.4
5.4
5.4
5.0
7.4
7.4
7.4
7.1
13.6
13.6
13.6
13.6
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
40QNE009
40QNH012
40QNH018
40QNH024
38BK-009-1
38BK-012-3
38BK-018-3
38BK-024-3
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
40QAE024
38QR-018C-3
38QR-024C-3
38QR-030C-3
38QR-036C-3
38QR-036C-5
38QR-036C-6
38QR-048C-3
38QR-048C-5
38QR-048C-6
38QR-060C-3
38QR-060C-5
38QR-060C-6
40QAE036
40QAE048
40QAE060
40QKB024 ^
40QKB036
38HDC018-3
38HDL018-3
38HDC024-3
38HDL024-3
38HDC030-3
38HDL030-3
38HDC036-3
38HDC036-5
38HDC036-6
38HDL036-3
AccuRater
Piston
No
52
52
62
62
63
63
65
65
65
65
Charge
Lbs
Note #1
4.8 **
3.9
5.4
4.6
5.2
5.6
6.0 **
6.0 **
6.0 **
6.0 **
Satellite
Indoor
Unit
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
40QKE024
40QKE036
38QR-018C-3
38QR-024C-3
38QR-030C-3
38QR-036C-3
38QR-036C-5
38QR-036C-6
40HD-024
40HD-036
40HD048
AccuRater
Piston
No
38HDC024-3
57
38HDL024-3
57
38HDC036-3,5,6
73
38HDL036
73
38HDC048-3,5,6
90
38HDL048
90
Charge
Lbs
Note #1
5.5
4.4
6.3
5.8
7.8
7.9
AccuRater
Piston
Indoor
55
55
63
63
63
63
84
84
84
96
96
96
AccuRater
Piston
Outdoor
49
49
55
61
61
61
78
78
78
82
82
82
Charge
Lbs
Note #1
4.3
6.3
6.4
7.5
8.7
8.7
10.0
10.0
10.0
11.9
11.9
11.9
AccuRater
Piston
Indoor
51
61
63
67
67
67
AccuRater
Piston
Outdoor
49
49
55
59
59
59
Charge
Lbs
Note #1
5.5
5.9
5.9
5.9
8.0
8.0
Heat Cool Under Ceiling
COOLING WITH ELECTRIC HEAT
Indoor
Unit
40QAE024
40QAE036
40QAE048
Outdoor
Unit
Charge
Lbs
Note #1
1.5
2.0
4.95
5.1
Heat Pump Cassette
40QKE048
Outdoor
Unit
AccuRater
Piston
Outdoor
30 *
42 *
47
52
Heat Pump Under Ceiling
Cooling Only Cassette
Indoor
Unit
AccuRater
Piston
Indoor
32 *
42 *
51
59
40QAE060
Outdoor
Unit
AccuRater
Piston
No
38HDC018-3
52
38HDC024-3
53
38HDL018-3
52
38HDL024-3
53
38HDC030-3
63
38HDC036-3,5,6
65
38HDL030-3
63
38HDL036-3
65
38HDC048-3,5,6
84
38HDL048-3
84
38HDC060-3,5,6
93
38HDL060-3
93
Charge
Lbs
Note #1
3.6
6.2 **
4.3
4.9 **
5.6
5.6
5.2
5.0
7.4
7.1
13.6
8.7
Heat Cool Cassette
COOLING WITH ELECTRIC HEAT
Indoor
Unit
40QKE024
Legend:
40QKE036
* Non-serviceable Aeroquip piston
** Combination may require additional charge
^ The 024 size unit shown is configured as an 018 size unit changing
the motor speed fan tap plug.
40QKE048
Outdoor
Unit
AccuRater
Piston
No
38HDC018-3
52
38HDL018-3
52
38HDC024-3
62
38HDL024-3
62
38HDC030-3
63
38HDL030-3
63
38HDC036-3,5,6
67
38HDL036-3
67
Charge
Lbs
Note #1
5.8 **
3.9
4.8
4.6
5.2
5.6
5.8
6.0
Note:
1) Charge is based on 25' of interconnecting tubing. Charge may
need to be added for longer runs.
2) Cooling units shipped with a full charge. Heat Pumps are
shipped with a holding charge
Rev "A"
02/15/02
Refrigerant Lines – AN009/012 & BK009/012
1.
The AN009/012 & BK009/012 are shipped with a full charge of R-22 refrigerant. Since all refrigerant lines are
on the low side of the system, it is not normally necessary to add or remove charge.
2.
The AN009/012 & BK009/012 have mixed phase refrigerant flow in the liquid line. DO NOT install a filter
drier in the liquid line. The liquid line must be insulated.
3.
No line size changes should be made.
4.
All charges, line sizes, and capacities are based on 25 feet of refrigerant lines. For runs over 25 feet see Long
Line Applications.
Note: For runs less than 25 feet, some of the charge may need to be removed to obtain the correct
system superheat. The minimum line length should be 8 feet.
5.
Refrigerant lines should not be buried in the ground. If it is necessary to bury the lines, not more than 36”
should be buried. Provide a minimum 6” vertical rise to the service valves to prevent refrigerant migration.
6.
The vapor line must be insulated. Use a minimum of ½” thick insulation. Closed cell insulation is
recommended in all long line applications.
7.
Special consideration should be given to isolating interconnecting tubing from the building structure. Isolate
the tubing so that vibration or noise is not transmitted into the structure.
Long Line Applications
1.
Liquid lines should be 1/4” only. DO NOT resize liquid lines for additional length. The liquid line must be
insulated
2.
When sizing vapor line, determine line length by finding equivalent feet of pipe. Equivalent line lengths equal
the linear length (measured length) of interconnecting vapor tubing plus losses due to elbows (see Fitting Loss
in Equivalent Feet for Elbows Table #2) If the number of elbows is not yet known, assume 50% additional
length for the equivalent length. Be sure oil can be properly returned to the compressor. Consult the Carrier
Systems Design Guide for proper oil return recommendations. For line lengths from 8 to 50 feet no special
piping requirements are normally required.
3.
A capillary metering device is used for the AN. The BK series use non-serviceable Aeroquip pistons.
4.
Horizontal configuration Diagram #1
a.
5.
6.
Elevated configuration: (Lift) Indoor unit above outdoor unit Diagram #3
a.
The maximum elevation difference is 30 feet for the AN/BK009/012 and the maximum equivalent
length of piping is 50 feet. See Table #1
b.
Install an inverted trap in the vapor line. The top of the trap must be above the top of the indoor unit.
This prevents the refrigeration from collecting in the vapor line.
Lowered configuration: (Drop) Indoor unit below outdoor unit Diagram #4
a.
7.
Slope the vapor line toward the indoor unit to provide for refrigerant migration protection during the
off cycle due to temperature differences caused by slight elevation changes between indoor and
outdoor units. A solenoid valve is not required for the AN/BK009/012
The maximum elevation difference is 30 feet for the AN/BK009/012 and the maximum equivalent
length of piping is 50 feet.
Additional Charge: No additional charge should be required
Refrigerant Lines – 38HDC
1.
The 38HDC units are shipped with a full charge of R-22 refrigerant based on the smallest charge combination.
2.
All charges, line sizes, and capacities are based on the fan coil with the smallest charge and 25 feet of
refrigerant lines. For system charge see Piston/Charge Combination section. Add additional charge by weight
as necessary and check charge by the super heat method. For runs over 25 feet see Long Line Applications.
Note: For runs less than 25 feet, some of the charge may need to be removed to obtain the correct system
superheat. The minimum line length should be 8 feet.
3.
Install a filter dryer in the unit’s liquid line. Use of a field supplied moisture indicator is also recommended.
4.
Refrigerant lines should not be buried in the ground. If it is necessary to bury the lines, not more than 36”
should be buried. Provide a minimum 6” vertical rise to the service valves to prevent refrigerant migration.
5.
The vapor line must be insulated. Use a minimum of ½” thick insulation. Closed cell insulation is
recommended in all long line applications.
6.
Special consideration should be given to isolating interconnecting tubing from the building structure. Isolate
the tubing so that vibration or noise is not transmitted into the structure.
Long Line Applications
1.
Liquid lines should be 3/8” only. DO NOT resize liquid lines for additional length.
2.
When sizing vapor line, determine line length by finding equivalent feet of pipe. Equivalent line lengths equal
the linear length (measured length) of interconnecting vapor tubing plus losses due to elbows (see Fitting Loss
in Equivalent Feet for Elbows Table #2) If the number of elbows is not yet known, assume 50% additional
length for the equivalent length. In determining line size, be sure oil can be properly returned to the
compressor. Consult the Carrier Systems Design Guide for proper oil return recommendations. For line lengths
from 25 to 49 feet no special piping requirements are normally required. Adjust charge to required amount by
adding refrigerant per step #10 below.
For line lengths over 50 feet
3.
A crankcase heater should be added to scroll compressor units (all non-scroll compressor units have standard
crankcase heaters). Crankcase heaters help prevent refrigerant migration to the compressor during the off cycle.
4.
Accessory wind baffles are recommended.
5.
Any time the equivalent line length is over 100 feet, a liquid line solenoid must be used. A liquid line solenoid
may also be required for vertical lift applications over 25 feet. See step #9 and locate the solenoid at the
outdoor or indoor unit as required.
6.
The Effective Capacity Loss, Table #3 provides the estimated percentage of nominal cooling capacity losses
based on the standard required vapor line size versus what is selected for long line applications.
a.
Select the desired vapor line size from Table #3 based on equivalent feet and desired vapor line size.
b.
Subtract the nominal percentage loss from the unit cooling capacities.
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Long Line Applications – 38 HDC (continued)
7.
8.
Changes in piston size. The metering device for long line applications must be adjusted to compensate for the
frictional losses due to the long refrigerant lines, refrigerant line accessories, and indoor coils above or below
the outdoor unit. The AccuRater refrigerant metering device piston may need to be changed to provide this
adjustment. The AccuRater piston should be changed at the indoor unit depending upon system configuration
and line length. Use the Change in Indoor Piston Size for Elevation table #4 to determine the correct piston
size. The standard system’s piston size is shown in the Piston/Charge Combination Section.
a.
Horizontal configuration: If the total equivalent horizontal length is 100 feet or longer, the piston must be
increased one full piston size, in addition to the charge change in step #10. If the exact size is not available,
use the next smaller size per Table #5.
b.
Elevated Configuration: After finding the appropriate change in piston size add or subtract the change from
the original piston size number. If the piston size is decreased, round down to the next common piston size.
If the piston size is increased, round the new pistons size up to the next common size.
Liquid line solenoid and tubing configuration: The solenoid has a flow arrow stamped on the valve body. When
the valve is closed (not energized) and pressure is applied in the direction of the flow arrow, complete shut off
will occur. If pressure is applied against the direction of the arrow, leakage through the valve will occur. When
determining the proper location for a solenoid in a system liquid line, consider both flow direction and location
of the valve in the system. See Diagram #1thru #4 for proper location and install as follows:
a.
Horizontal configuration Diagram #1
1.
Install a liquid line solenoid valve within 2 feet of the fan coil with the flow arrow pointing
toward the indoor unit if equivalent feet of piping is 100 feet or more.
2.
Slope the vapor line toward the indoor unit to provide for refrigerant migration protection during the
off cycle due to temperature differences caused by slight elevation changes between indoor and
outdoor units.
NOTE: When installing a liquid line solenoid, a low voltage transformer may be required.
b.
c.
9.
Elevated configuration: (Lift) Indoor unit above outdoor unit Diagram #3
1.
No Solenoid is required below 25 feet of lift. If there is over 25 feet of lift, a solenoid valve is required
in the liquid line within 2 feet of the condenser with the flow arrow pointing toward the outdoor unit.
3.
The maximum elevation difference is 65 feet, and the maximum equivalent length of piping is 200
feet.
4.
Install an inverted trap in the vapor line. The top of the trap must be above the top of the indoor unit.
This prevents the refrigeration from collecting in the vapor line.
Lowered configuration: (Drop) Indoor unit below outdoor unit Diagram #4
1.
For lines shorter than 100 feet, no solenoid valve is required in the liquid line. For lines over 100 feet,
install a solenoid valve in the liquid line within 2 feet of the condenser with the
arrow pointing
toward the outdoor unit.
2.
The maximum elevation difference is 150 feet, and the maximum equivalent length of piping is 200
feet.
Additional Charge: The unit should be charged by weighing in the appropriate amount of refrigerant. Add
charge based on the additional length of line, which is over 25 feet. Add 0.58 oz of refrigerant for every 1-foot
increase over the 25 feet. See Piston/Charge Combination Section for standard charge at 25 feet of liquid line
length.
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Refrigerant Lines - 38HDL
1.
The 38HDL units are shipped with a full charge of R-22 refrigerant based on the smallest charge combination.
2.
All charges, line sizes, and capacities are based on the fan coil with the smallest charge and 25 feet of
refrigerant lines. For system charge see Piston/Charge Combination section. Add additional charge by weight
as necessary and check charge by the super heat method. For runs over 25 feet see Long Line Applications.
Note: For runs less than 25 feet, some of the charge may need to be removed to obtain the correct system
superheat. The minimum line length should be 8 feet.
3.
Install a filter dryer in the unit’s liquid line. Use of a field supplied moisture indicator is also recommended.
4.
Refrigerant lines should not be buried in the ground. If it is necessary to bury the lines, not more than 36”
should be buried. Provide a minimum 6” vertical rise to the service valves to prevent refrigerant migration.
5.
The vapor line must be insulated. Use a minimum of ½” thick insulation. Closed cell insulation is
recommended in all long line applications.
6.
Special consideration should be given to isolating interconnecting tubing from the building structure. Isolate
the tubing so that vibration or noise is not transmitted into the structure.
Long Line Applications
1.
Liquid lines should be 3/8” only. DO NOT resize liquid lines for additional length.
2.
When sizing vapor line, determine line length by finding equivalent feet of pipe. Equivalent line lengths equal
the linear length (measured length) of interconnecting vapor tubing plus losses due to elbows (see Fitting Loss
in Equivalent Feet for Elbows Table #2) If the number of elbows is not yet known, assume 50% additional
length for the equivalent length. In determining line size, be sure oil can be properly returned to the
compressor. Consult the Carrier Systems Design Guide for proper oil return recommendations. For line lengths
from 25 to 49 feet no special piping requirements are normally required. Adjust charge to required amount by
adding refrigerant per step #10 below.
For line lengths over 50 feet
3.
A crankcase heater should be added to scroll compressor units (all non-scroll compressor units have standard
crankcase heaters). Crankcase heaters help prevent refrigerant migration to the compressor during the off cycle.
4.
Accessory wind baffles are recommended.
5.
A liquid line solenoid may also be required for vertical lift applications over 25 feet. See step #9 and locate the
solenoid at the outdoor or indoor unit as required.
6.
The Effective Capacity Loss, Table #3 provides the estimated percentage of nominal cooling capacity losses
based on the standard required vapor line size versus what is selected for long line applications.
a.
Select the desired vapor line size from Table #3 based on equivalent feet and desired vapor line size.
b.
Subtract the nominal percentage loss from the unit cooling capacities.
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Long Line Applications - 38HDL (continued)
7.
8.
Changes in piston size. The metering device for long line applications must be adjusted to compensate for the
frictional losses due to the long refrigerant lines, refrigerant line accessories, and indoor coils above or below
the outdoor unit. The AccuRater refrigerant metering device piston may need to be changed to provide this
adjustment. The AccuRater piston should be changed at the indoor unit depending upon system configuration
and line length. Use the Change in Indoor/Outdoor Piston Size for Elevation table #4 to determine the correct
piston size. The standard system’s piston size is shown in the Piston/Charge Combination Section.
a.
Horizontal configuration: For horizontal applications no piston change is required. For additional charge
see step #10.
b.
Elevated Configuration: Using table #4, add or subtract the change from the original piston size number. If
the piston size is decreased, round down to the next common piston size. If the piston size is increased,
round the new pistons size up to the next common size. See table #5
Liquid line solenoid and tubing configuration: The solenoid has a flow arrow stamped on the valve body. When
the valve is closed (not energized) and pressure is applied in the direction of the flow arrow, complete shut off
will occur. If pressure is applied against the direction of the arrow, leakage through the valve will occur. When
determining the proper location for a solenoid in a system liquid line, consider both flow direction and location
of the valve in the system. See Diagram #1thru #4 for proper location and install as follows:
a.
Horizontal configuration Diagram #1
1.
Install a liquid line solenoid valve within 2 feet of the fan coil with the flow arrow pointing
toward the indoor unit if equivalent feet of piping is 50 feet or more.
2.
Slope the vapor line toward the indoor unit to provide for refrigerant migration protection during the
off cycle due to temperature differences caused by slight elevation changes between indoor and
outdoor units.
NOTE: When installing a liquid line solenoid, a low voltage transformer may be required.
b.
c.
9.
Elevated configuration: (Lift) Indoor unit above outdoor unit Diagram #3
1.
No Solenoid is required below 25 feet of lift. If there is over 25 feet of lift, a solenoid valve is required
in the liquid line within 2 feet of the condenser with the flow arrow pointing toward the outdoor unit.
2.
The maximum elevation difference is 65 feet and the maximum equivalent length of piping is 100 feet.
3.
Install an inverted trap in the vapor line. The top of the trap must be above the top of the indoor unit.
This prevents the refrigeration from collecting in the vapor line.
Lowered configuration: (Drop) Indoor unit below outdoor unit Diagram #4
1.
For lines shorter than 100 feet, no solenoid valve is required in the liquid line.
2.
The maximum elevation difference is 75 feet and the maximum equivalent length of piping is 100 feet.
Additional Charge: The unit should be charged by weighing in the appropriate amount of refrigerant. Add
charge based on the additional length of line which is over 25 feet. Add 0.58 oz of refrigerant for every 1 foot
increase over the 25 feet. See Piston/Charge Combination Section for standard charge at 25 feet of liquid line
length.
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Refrigerant Lines – 38HDS
1.
The 38HDS units are shipped with a full charge of R-22 refrigerant.
2.
All charges, line sizes and capacities are based on 25 feet of refrigerant lines. For runs over 25 feet see
Long Line Applications.
3.
Filter dryers are provided in the unit.
4.
Refrigerant lines should not be buried in the ground. If it is necessary to bury the lines, not more than
36” should be buried. Provide a minimum 6” vertical rise to the service valves to prevent refrigerant
migration.
5.
The vapor and liquid lines must be insulated. Use a minimum of ½” thick insulation. Closed cell
insulation is recommended in all long line applications.
6.
Special consideration should be given to isolating interconnecting tubing from the building structure.
Isolate the tubing so that vibration or noise is not transmitted into the structure.
Long Line Applications
1.
Two phase supply lines should be 3/8” only. DO NOT resize liquid lines for additional length.
2.
When sizing the 5/8” vapor line, determine line length by finding equivalent feet of pipe. Equivalent
line lengths equal the linear length (measured length) of interconnecting vapor tubing plus losses due
to elbows (see Fitting Loss in Equivalent Feet for Elbows Table #2) If the number of elbows is not yet
known, assume 50% additional length for the equivalent length. In determining line size, be sure oil
can be properly returned to the compressor. Consult the Carrier Systems Design Guide for proper oil
return recommendations. For line lengths from 25 to 49 feet no special piping requirements are
normally required.
For line lengths over 25 feet
3.
Due to the TXV valve a liquid line solenoid is not required for vertical lift applications over 25 feet.
a.
Horizontal configuration Diagram #1
1.
b.
c.
Slope the vapor line toward the indoor unit to provide for refrigerant migration protection
during the off cycle due to temperature differences caused by slight elevation changes
between indoor and outdoor units.
Elevated configuration: (Lift) Indoor unit above outdoor unit Diagram #3
1.
The maximum elevation difference is 30 feet and the maximum equivalent length of piping is
50 feet.
2.
Install an inverted trap in the vapor line. The top of the trap must be above the top of the
indoor unit. This prevents the refrigeration from collecting in the vapor line.
Lowered configuration: (Drop) Indoor unit below outdoor unit Diagram #4
1.
The maximum elevation difference is 30 feet and the maximum equivalent length of piping is
50 feet.
2.
Additional Charge: Due to the TXV valve additional charge should not be required
Refrigerant Lines – 38QRC & 38BK018/024
1.
The 38QR & BK018/024 units are shipped with a holding charge of R-22 refrigerant.
2.
All charges, line sizes, and capacities are based on the fan coil with the smallest charge and 25 feet of
refrigerant lines. For system charge see Piston/Charge Combination section. Add additional charge by weight
as necessary and check charge by the super heat method. For runs over 25 feet see Long Line Applications.
Note: For runs less than 25 feet, some of the charge may need to be removed to obtain the correct system
superheat. The minimum line length should be 8 feet.
3.
Install a filter dryer in the unit’s liquid line. Use of a field supplied moisture indicator is also recommended.
4.
Refrigerant lines should not be buried in the ground. If it is necessary to bury the lines, not more than 36”
should be buried. Provide a minimum 6” vertical rise to the service valves to prevent refrigerant migration.
5.
The vapor line must be insulated. Use a minimum of ½” thick insulation. Closed cell insulation is
recommended in all long line applications.
6.
Special consideration should be given to isolating interconnecting tubing from the building structure. Isolate
the tubing so that vibration or noise is not transmitted into the structure.
Long Line Applications
1.
Liquid lines should be 3/8” only. DO NOT resize liquid lines for additional length.
2.
When sizing vapor line, determine line length by finding equivalent feet of pipe. Equivalent line lengths equal
the linear length (measured length) of interconnecting vapor tubing plus losses due to elbows (see Fitting Loss
in Equivalent Feet for Elbows Table #2) If the number of elbows is not yet known, assume 50% additional
length for the equivalent length. In determining line size, be sure oil can be properly returned to the
compressor. Consult the Carrier Systems Design Guide for proper oil return recommendations. For line lengths
from 25 to 49 feet no special piping requirements are normally required. Adjust charge to required amount by
adding refrigerant per step #10 below.
For line lengths over 50 feet
3.
A crankcase heater should be added to scroll compressor units (all non-scroll compressor units have standard
crankcase heaters). Crankcase heaters help prevent refrigerant migration to the compressor during the off cycle.
4.
Accessory wind baffles are recommended.
5.
Any time the equivalent line length is over 100 feet, a liquid line solenoid must be used. A liquid line solenoid
may also be required for vertical lift applications over 25 feet. See step #9 and locate the solenoid at the
outdoor or indoor unit as required.
6.
The Effective Capacity Loss, Table #3 provides the estimated percentage of nominal cooling capacity losses
based on the standard required vapor line size versus what is selected for long line applications. Heating
capacity is not generally affected by long line applications
a.
Select the desired vapor line size from Table #3 based on equivalent feet and desired vapor line size.
b.
Subtract the nominal percentage loss from the unit cooling capacities.
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Long Line Applications – 38QRC & 38BK018/024 (continued)
7.
8.
Changes in piston size. The metering device for long line applications must be adjusted to compensate for the
frictional losses due to the long refrigerant lines, refrigerant line accessories, and indoor coils above or below
the outdoor unit. The AccuRater refrigerant metering device piston may need to be changed to provide this
adjustment. The AccuRater piston should be changed at the indoor or outdoor or both units depending upon
system configuration and line length. Use the Change in Indoor/Outdoor Piston Size for Elevation table #4 to
determine the correct piston size. The standard system’s piston size and locations are shown in the
Piston/Charge Combination Section.
a.
Horizontal configuration: If the total equivalent horizontal length is 100 feet or longer, the piston must be
increased one full piston size, in addition to the charge change in step #10. If the exact size is not available,
use the next smaller size per Table #5.
b.
Elevated Configuration: After finding the appropriate change in piston size add or subtract the change from
the original piston size number. If the piston size is decreased, round down to the next common piston size.
If the piston size is increased, round the new pistons size up to the next common size.
Liquid line solenoid and tubing configuration. The solenoid has a flow arrow stamped on the valve body.
When the valve is closed (not energized) and pressure is applied in the direction of the flow arrow, complete
shut off will occur. If pressure is applied against the direction of the arrow, leakage through the valve will
occur. When determining the proper location for a solenoid in a system liquid line, consider both flow direction
and location of the valve in the system. See Diagram #1thru #4 for proper location and install as follows:
a.
Horizontal configuration Diagram #2
1.
Install a biflow liquid line solenoid valve within 2 feet of the condenser with the flow arrow pointing
toward the outdoor unit if equivalent feet of piping is 100 feet or more.
2.
Slope the vapor line toward the indoor unit to provide for refrigerant migration protection during the
off cycle due to temperature differences caused by slight elevation changes between indoor and
outdoor units.
NOTE: When installing a liquid line solenoid, a low voltage transformer may be required.
b.
c.
9.
Elevated configuration: (Lift) Indoor unit above outdoor unit Diagram #3
1.
A biflow solenoid valve is required in the liquid line within 2 feet of the outdoor unit with the flow
arrow pointing toward the heat pump unit.
2.
The maximum elevation difference is 65 feet and the maximum equivalent length of piping is 200 feet.
3.
Install an inverted trap in the vapor line. The top of the trap must be above the top of the indoor unit.
This prevents the refrigeration from collecting in the vapor line.
Lowered configuration: (Drop) Indoor unit below outdoor unit Diagram #4
1.
For lines with less than 25 feet of drop, no solenoid valve is required in the liquid line. For lines with
over 25 feet of drop, install a biflow solenoid valve in the liquid line within 2 feet of the condenser
with the arrow pointing toward the outdoor unit.
2.
The maximum elevation difference is 150 feet for and the maximum equivalent length of piping is 200
feet.
Additional Charge: The unit should be charged by weighing in the appropriate amount of refrigerant. Add
charge based on the additional length of line which is over 25 feet. Add 0.58 oz of refrigerant for every 1 foot
increase over the 25 feet. See Piston/Charge Combination Section for standard charge at 25 feet of liquid line
length.
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Refrigerant Lines – 38CG, CS, SB, & SC
1.
The 38CG, CS, SB, & SC series condensers are shipped with a full charge of R-22 refrigerant. Since all
refrigerant lines are on the low side of the system, it is not normally necessary to add or remove charge.
2.
The 38CG, CS, SB, & SC series have mixed phase refrigerant flow in the liquid line. DO NOT install a filter
drier in the liquid line. The liquid line must be insulated.
3.
No line size changes should be made.
4.
All charges, line sizes, and capacities are based on 25 feet of refrigerant lines. For runs over 25 feet see Long
Line Applications.
Note: For runs less than 25 feet, some of the charge may need to be removed to obtain the correct
system superheat. The minimum line length should be 8 feet.
5.
Refrigerant lines should not be buried in the ground. If it is necessary to bury the lines, not more than 36”
should be buried. Provide a minimum 6” vertical rise to the service valves to prevent refrigerant migration.
6.
The vapor line must be insulated. Use a minimum of 3/8”” thick insulation. Closed cell insulation is
recommended in all long line applications.
7.
Special consideration should be given to isolating interconnecting tubing from the building structure. Isolate
the tubing so that vibration or noise is not transmitted into the structure.
Long Line Applications
1.
Refrigerant lines: DO NOT resize lines for additional length. The liquid line must be insulated. Size lines per
the following table:
Capacity
1.5 Ton
2.0 Ton
2.5 Ton
Liquid
¼” dia
3/8” dia
3/8” dia
Vapor
½” dia
5/8” dia
5/8” dia
2.
Be sure oil can be properly returned to the compressor. Consult the Bryant Systems Design Guide for proper oil
return recommendations. For line lengths from 8 to 26 feet no special piping requirements are normally
required. For lengths over 26 feet add 0.9oz of refrigerant and 0.35oz of oil for each additional foot of tubing
used.
3.
A capillary metering device is used for this series of condensers.
4.
Horizontal configuration Diagram #1
a.
5.
Slope the vapor line toward the indoor unit to provide for refrigerant migration protection during the
off cycle due to temperature differences caused by slight elevation changes between indoor and
outdoor units. A solenoid valve is not required.
Elevated configuration: (Lift) Indoor unit above outdoor unit Diagram #3
a.
The maximum elevation difference and the maximum equivalent length of piping is shown in the table
below.
Capacity
1.5 Ton
2.0 Ton
2.5 Ton
b.
Difference
49’
66’
33’
Equivalent Length
98’
131’
98’
Install an inverted trap in the vapor line. The top of the trap must be above the top of the indoor unit.
This prevents the refrigeration from collecting in the vapor line.
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6.
Lowered configuration: (Drop) Indoor unit below outdoor unit Diagram #4
a.
The maximum elevation difference and the maximum equivalent length of piping is shown in the table
below.
Capacity
1.5 Ton
2.0 Ton
2.5 Ton
7.
Difference
49’
66’
33’
Additional Charge: No additional charge should be required
Equivalent Length
98’
131’
98’
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Table #1 - Line Length's (Maximum)
Model
38AN-009/012
38BK009/012
38BK018/024
38HDC
38HDL
38HDS
38QR-C
"B"
Lift
Note #1
30'
30'
65'
65'
65'
30'
65'
"C"
Drop
Note #2
30'
30'
150'
150'
75'
30'
150'
Notes:
1)Vert Lift is Fan Coil above Condenser.
2)Vert Drop is Fan Coil below Condenser
"A"
Tube
Lgth
50'
50'
200'
200'
100'
50'
200'
Table #2 - Fitting Losses in Equivalent Feet
Tube Size O.D. (in)
5/8
3/4
7/8
1-1/8
90 deg Short Radius
1.6
1.8
2.0
2.6
90 deg Long Radius
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.7
45 deg Short Radius
0.8
0.9
1.0
1.3
Table #3 - Effective Capacity Loss
Nominal
Capacity
18,000
Std
Vapor
Line
5/8
24,000
5/8
30,000
5/8
3/4
36,000
3/4
7/8
48,000
7/8
60,000
1-1/8
Long
Vapor
Line *
5/8
3/4
5/8
3/4
5/8
3/4
3/4
7/8
3/4
7/8
7/8
1-1/8
7/8
1-1/8
7/8
1-1/8
Percent of cooling capacity loss
50 ft
2
0
4
0
5
0
2
0
2
0
1
75 ft
4
0
6
1
9
0
3
2
4
2
2
100 ft
6
1
9
2
12
2
4
3
6
3
3
125 ft
7
2
11
3
15
3
5
4
7
4
4
150 ft
9
3
13
4
175 ft
10
4
15
5
200 ft
12
6
**
6
4
7
5
9
5
5
6
8
6
11
6
6
10
7
13
7
7
4
1
4
2
6
2
7
3
9
3
9
5
11
4
11
6
13
5
13
8
15
6
15
9
**
7
**
11
Notes
* The vapor line diameter that may be selected for long line applications. If smaller vapor lines
then are specified in the table are selected, a larger capacity loss will occur. If larger vapor
linesare selected, refrigerent oil return will be impaired due to velocity loss.
** Not recommended due to excessive loss of capacity
Table #4 - Calculation of Outdoor Piston Number
Outdoor Unit Above Indoor Unit
Feet
Piston Change
0-50
0
51-75
+4
76-100
+6
101-125
+8
126-150
+10
Outdoor Unit Below Indoor Unit
0-65
0
Calculation of Indoor Piston Number
Outdoor Unit Above Indoor Unit
Feet
Piston Change
0-25
0
26-50
-3
51-75
-5
76-100
-7
101-125
-9
126-150
-10
Outdoor Unit Below Indoor Unit
0-25
0
26-65
+4
Table #5 - Common Piston Sizes
Accurater
35
38
40
42
46
49
52
55
57
59
61
63
Chatleff
32
33
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
45
47
49
51
52
53
55
57
59
61
62
63
Accurater
65
67
70
73
76
78
80
82
84
86
88
90
93
96
98
101
104
109
Chatleff
65
67
68
70
71
73
74
76
78
80
81
82
84
86
88
89
90
92
93
96
98
101
104
-
"A"
GROUND LEVEL
Solenoid*
BASEMENT
Diagram #1
* Not required for AN/BK009/012 –
38 CG, SC, CS, SB
"A"
GROUND LEVEL
Solenoid*
BASEMENT
Diagram #2
* Not required for AN/BK009/012 –
38 CG, SC, CS, SB
TRAP
"B"
GROUND LEVEL
Solenoid*
Diagram #3
*Not required for AN/BK009/012 –
38 CG, SC, CS, SB
Solenoid*
"C"
Diagram #4
* Not required for AN/BK009/012 –
38 CG, SC, CS, SB
SELECTION PROCEDURE (With Example)
Rev “A”
09/19/01
I Determine the type of fan coil, which best suits the application (refer to Systems Index table in the
Expanded Rating Section #13).
Duct-free split systems have many types of fan coils to choose from with overlapping capacities. Select the system type, which
best meets the job conditions. This example will use a 2-ton ceiling-suspended fan coil (assume wall space is not available for a
wall-mounted unit).
II Determine cooling and heating load requirements at design conditions.
Required Load Conditions:
Required Cooling Capacity (TCG)
Sensible Heat Capacity (SHG)
Temperature Air Entering Outdoor Unit
Temperature Air Entering Indoor Unit (EAT)
Required Heating Capacity
Indoor Heating Design Conditions
Outdoor Heating Design Conditions
db — dry bulb
wb — wet bulb
24,500 Btuh
16,800 Btuh
95F
82Fdb/68 F wb
8,500 Btuh
68F
0°F
III Select system that satisfies load requirements.
Enter the Systems Index table (Section 13) ceiling-suspended system for 24,000 Btuh, and select the system that best
approximates cooling and heating requirements. System index no. 32C & 32H with a nominal net capacity of 24,000 Btuh
cooling and 22,600 Btuh heating is the system selected. The system consists of a 38QR024C outdoor unit matched with a
40QAE024 indoor unit.
IV Determine if system selected satisfies cooling requirements.
Enter Expanded Rating table 32C, at high speed (550 cfm) and 95 F outdoor entering air temperature (air entering condenser).
By interpolation, at 68 F EAT, the system gross capacity is 24,900 Btuh cooling [(26,500 – 24,500) x (1/5) + 24,500], and 15,740
Btuh SHG (gross sensible capacity). Adjust the SHG in accordance with Note 2 of the Gross Cooling Capacities table, using the
correction factor for an 82 F edb (air entering dry bulb), and a 0.03 BF (bypass factor). The result is an adjusted SHG of 16,877
Btuh. The total gross cooling capacity of 24,900 Btuh and the sensible heat capacity of 16,877 Btuh satisfy stipulated cooling
load requirements.
V Determine if system selected satisfies heating requirements.
Enter Instantaneous and Integrated Heating Ratings table #32H at 0° F outdoor db. By interpolation, the system capacity is
between 65 and 70 F for integrated heating [-(7320 - 7710) x (2/5) + 7320 = 7476]. This is the value that reflects the net room
effects after defrost energy. This value is short of the required heating capacity, however, the 40QAE units have a standard
electric heater which will work in conjunction with heat pump heating (booster heat mode). The 40QAE024 units have a 2 kw
heater that will add 6824 Btuh (2 × 3412) to the room for a total heating capability of 14,300 Btuh at design heating conditions.
This will satisfy the required heating load.
VI Determine net cooling capacity and system energy efficiency ratio.
Determine net cooling capacity (refer to Cooling Capacity table for System 32C). Net total cooling capacity must be interpolated
as follows: (26,000 - 24,000) x (1/5) + 26,000 = 26,400 Btuh. To determine the energy efficiency ratio (EER), system kW must
be interpolated from the Cooling Capacity table for System 32C in the same manner: (2.47 - 2.40) x (1/5) + 2.40 = 2.41 kw. Then
calculate EER: Net Cooling Capacity / (kw x 1000) = EER: 26,400 / (2.41x1000) = 10.95 EER
NOTE: The SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) CANNOT be calculated for this system. SEER can only be found as a
direct result of testing at specified ARI conditions. See ARI Capacities Section.
VII Determine COP (coefficient of performance) at the design point.
To calculate the COP at the design point, interpolate capacity as in Step V to arrive at a capacity of 7476. Interpolate the kw
between 1.63 and 1.62 to be 1.625. COP =(7476 / (1.625 × 3.412)) / 1000 = 1.348
NOTE: The HSPF (heating seasonal performance factor) CANNOT be calculated for this system. HSPF can only be found as a
direct result of testing at specified ARI conditions. See ARI Capacities Section.
VIII Determine the recommended liquid and vapor line sizes.
Refer to Refrigerant Lines section.
NOTE: With long-line applications, it may be necessary to adjust cooling capacity. See Refrigerant Lines & Long Line
Application section for more details.
Note: A fully automated selection program can be found in the Sales Pro Suite & Quote
Builder Module
DIMENSIONAL DRAWING, BASE UNIT – 40QN009, 012 FAN COIL UNITS
UNIT
40QN
009
012
WEIGHT
Lb
Kg
18.7
8.5
24.2 11.0
A
in.
mm
33.46 850
36.61 930
B
in.
mm
11.02 280
11.81 300
C
in.
6.29
7.28
mm
160
185
NOTES:
1. Dimensions are in inches. Dimensions in [
2.
Direction of airflow.
] are in millimeters.
3. Refrigerant, drain and power connections may be made rear, left side or right side.
4. Refrigerant is metered by capillary tubes in the outdoor unit. Insulate both refrigerant lines.
5. Clearances of 31⁄29 on top and to the left of the fan coil unit are absolute minimums.
Clearances of 109 are recommended.
DIMENSIONAL DRAWING, BASE UNIT – 40QN018, 024 FAN COIL UNITS
UNIT
40QN
018
024
WEIGHT
39 Lb [17.5 Kg]
43 Lb [19.5 Kg]
NOTES:
1. Dimensions in [ ] are in millimeters.
2.
Direction if airflow.
3. Refrigerant, drain, and power connections may be made in unit rear, bottom,
left side, or right side.
4. Refrigerant is metered by AccuRaterT device at the fan coil unit on 538A and
538D018,024 applications. A thermostatic expansion valve is used in the outdoor unit on 538S applications. Insulate both refrigerant lines on 538S and
538D018,024 applications.
5. The 49 top and left clearances are absolute minimums. Clearances of 109 are
recommended.
NOTES:
1. Dimensions in [ ] are in millimeters.
2.
Direction of airflow.
3. Standard unit clearances are as follows:
• 09 on top and rear
• 39 on left side
• 129 on right side
• 369 on bottom
(When facing unit discharge)
UNIT
40QA
024
036
048
060
WEIGHT (lb)
Cooling Only Heat Pump
108
110
117
119
149
151
179
181
A
ft-in.
4- 215⁄16
4-1013⁄16
5-119⁄16
7- 8
B
mm
ft-in.
1294 3-10
1493 4- 57⁄8
1817 5- 65⁄8
2336 7- 3
mm
1169
1368
1692
2211
40QA Base Unit Dimensions
E
ft-in.
4- 15⁄8
4- 91⁄2
5-101⁄4
7- 65⁄8
F
G
mm
ft-in. mm
ft-in.
mm
1260
—
— 1- 95⁄8
549
1459
—
— 2- 11⁄2
648
1783 1- 97⁄8 555 3- 31⁄16
992
2302 1-115⁄8 601 4-119⁄16 1512
UNIT
40QK024
OPERATING WEIGHT
Lb
Kg
61.6
28
NOTES:
1.
indicates airflow.
2. Dimensions in [ ] are in millimeters.
3. Service clearance is 2 ft on control box side, 0 in. all other sides.
4. Air discharge slots are adjustable; one or 2 may be closed to direct air in
the desired direction.
5. Grille is shipped separately from unit.
6. Condensate pump has 20-in. lift capability.
7. AccuRaterT device(s) is a required field-installed accessory for 538A and
538B systems. It is not required for 538S systems.
Base Unit Dimensional Drawing, 40QK–024
UNIT
40QK–
036
048*
OPERATING WEIGHT
Lb
Kg
105.8
48
118.0
53
*OWO heat pump fan coil units only.
NOTES:
1.
Indicates airflow.
2. Dimensions in [ ] are in millimeters.
3. Service clearance is 2 ft on control box side, 0 in. all other sides.
4. Air discharge slots are adjustable; one or 2 may be closed to direct air in
the desired direction.
5. Grille is shipped separately from unit.
6. Condensate pump has 20-in. lift capability.
7. AccuRaterT device(s) is a required field-installed accessory for 538A and
538B systems. It is not required for 538S systems.
Base Unit Dimensional Drawing, 40QK–036,048
4
NOTES:
1. Dimensions in [ ] are in millimeters.
2.
Center of gravity.
3.
Direction of airflow.
4.
Optional direction of airflow.
5. Suspension hanger rods are field
supplied.
6. Condensate connections may be
made on either end.
7. A 4′-6″ [1372] minimum service
clearance is required for water coil
and electric heat accessory package removal.
UNIT
40HD
UNIT WT.
Lb (kg)
036
130.0 (59.0)
A
29.5 (13.4)
048
132.3 (60.0)
30.6 (13.9)
CORNER WEIGHTS Lb (kg)
B
C
33.3 (15.1)
37.0 (16.8)
D
30.2 (13.7)
33.5 (15.2)
31.1 (14.1)
37.0 (16.8)
CENTER OF GRAVITY ft-in. (mm)
X
Y
1′-23/8″ (366)
2′-51/4″ (742.5)
1′-21/4″ (362)
2′-51/4″ (742.5)
Fig. 3 — 40HD036,048 Dimensional Drawing
DIMENSIONAL DRAWING, BASE UNIT — 38HDS CONDENSING UNITS
UNIT
024
048
UNIT
024
048
UNIT
538S
024
048
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
Ft-in. mm Ft-in. mm Ft-in. mm Ft-in. mm Ft-in. mm Ft-in. mm Ft-in. mm Ft-in. mm
406 1-117⁄16 595 1-53⁄16 437 1-51⁄2 445 1-81⁄8 511
2-11⁄8 638 3-015⁄16 938 1-29⁄16 370 1-4
3-13⁄16 945 3-89⁄16 1132 1-51⁄16 433 1-67⁄16 468 2- 61⁄2 775 1-75⁄8 499 2-55⁄8 753 2-83⁄16 818
OPERATING
WEIGHT
Ft-in. mm Ft-in. mm Ft-in. mm Ft-in. mm Ft-in. mm Ft-in. mm Ft-in. mm Lb
Kg
—
—
—
— 159
72.0
1-27⁄16 367 0-63⁄4 171 1-0 305 0-05⁄8 16 0-03⁄8 10
1-23⁄4 375 0-71⁄2 191 1-6 457 0-05⁄8 16 0-03⁄8 10 0-65⁄16 160 0-57⁄8 149 292 132.3
J
K
L
M
MINIMUM MOUNTING PAD DIMENSIONS
SUPPORT FEET
SNOW STAND
ICE STAND
Ft-in.
mm
Ft-in.
mm
Ft-in.
mm
1-11 x 3-6 584 x 1067 2-2 x 3-6 660 x 1067 2-2 x 3-6 660 x 1067
2-0 x 4-2 610 x 1270 2-4 x 4-4 711 x 1270 2-2 x 4-2 660 x 1270
N
R
S
NOTES:
1. Required clearances: with coil facing wall; allow 6 in. minimum clearance on coil side and coil end, and 3 ft minimum
clearance on compressor end and fan side. With fan facing
wall; allow 8 in. minimum clearance on fan side and coil
end, and 3 ft minimum clearance on compressor end and
coil side. With multi-unit application: arrange units so discharge of one does not enter inlet of another.
2. Dimensions in [ ] are in millimeters.
3.
Center of gravity.
DIMENSIONAL DRAWING, BASE UNIT – 38BK018, 024 HEAT PUMP UNITS
A
UNIT
018
024
UNIT
018
024
ft-in.
2-11⁄8
2-11⁄8
G
B
mm
638.2
638.2
ft-in.
3-015⁄16
3-015⁄16
H
C
mm
938.2
938.2
ft-in.
1-29⁄16
1-29⁄16
J
D
mm
369.9
369.9
K
ft-in.
1-4
1-4
mm
406.4
406.4
L
ft-in. mm ft-in. mm ft-in. mm ft-in. mm ft-in.
1-51⁄2 444.5 1-81⁄8 511.2 1-1 330.2 0-65⁄8 168.3 0-111⁄4
1-51⁄2 444.5 1-81⁄8 511.2 1-1 330.2 0-63⁄4 171.5 0-115⁄8
E
ft-in.
mm
1-117⁄16 595.3
1-117⁄16 595.3
F
ft-in.
1-53⁄16
1-53⁄16
mm
436.6
436.6
OPERATING
WEIGHT
mm ft-in. mm
lb
Kg
285.8 0-05⁄8 15.88 154
69.8
295.3 0-05⁄8 15.88 167
75.7
M
LEGEND
CONN — Connection
MINIMUM MOUNTING PAD DIMENSIONS
Support Feet
Snow Stand
Ice Stand
ft-in.
mm
ft-in.
mm
ft-in.
mm
1-11 x
584.2 x
2-2 x
660.4 x
2-2 x
660.4 x
3-6
1066.8
3-6
1066.8
3-6
1066.8
NOTES:
1. Required clearances, with coil facing wall; allow
6 in. minimum clearance on coil side and coil end,
and 3 ft minimum clearance on compressor end
and fan side. With fan facing wall; allow 8 in. minimum clearance on fan side and coil end, and 3 ft
minimum clearance on compressor end and coil
side. With multi-unit application; arrange units so
discharge of one does not enter inlet of another.
2. Dimensions in [ ] are in millimeters.
3.
Center of gravity.
A
UNIT
ft-in.
2-11⁄8
2-11⁄8
2-11⁄8
2-11⁄8
3-13⁄16
3-13⁄16
3-13⁄16
mm
638.2
638.2
638.2
638.2
944.6
944.6
944.6
LEGEND
CONN — Connection
*Single-phase.
†3-phase.
C
ft-in.
mm
ft-in.
3-015⁄16 938.2 1-29⁄16
3-015⁄16 938.2 1-29⁄16
3-015⁄16 938.2 1-29⁄16
3-015⁄16 938.2 1-29⁄16
3-89⁄16 1131.9 1-51⁄16
3-89⁄16 1131.9 1-51⁄16
3-89⁄16 1131.9 1-51⁄16
D
mm
369.9
369.9
369.9
369.9
433.4
433.4
433.4
ft-in.
1-4
1-4
1-4
1-4
1-67⁄16
1-67⁄16
1-67⁄16
E
mm
406.4
406.4
406.4
406.4
468.3
468.3
468.3
ft-in.
1-117⁄16
1-117⁄16
1-117⁄16
1-117⁄16
2-61⁄2
2-61⁄2
2-61⁄2
F
mm
595.3
595.3
595.3
595.3
774.7
774.7
774.7
ft-in.
1-53⁄16
1-53⁄16
1-53⁄16
1-53⁄16
1-75⁄8
1-75⁄8
1-75⁄8
G
mm
436.6
436.6
436.6
436.6
498.5
498.5
498.5
ft-in.
1-51⁄2
1-51⁄2
1-51⁄2
1-51⁄2
2-55⁄8
2-55⁄8
2-55⁄8
H
mm
444.5
444.5
444.5
444.5
752.5
752.5
752.5
ft-in.
1-81⁄8
1-81⁄8
1-81⁄8
1-81⁄8
2-83⁄16
2-83⁄16
2-83⁄16
J
mm
511.2
511.2
511.2
511.2
817.6
817.6
817.6
ft-in.
1-1
1-1
1-1
1-1
1-17⁄8
1-111⁄16
1-21⁄2
K
mm
330.2
330.2
330.2
330.2
352.4
347.7
368.3
ft-in.
0-65⁄8
0-63⁄4
0-63⁄4
0-63⁄4
0-81⁄4
0-81⁄8
0-81⁄8
L
mm
168.3
171.5
171.5
171.5
209.5
206.4
206.4
ft-in.
0-111⁄4
0-115⁄8
0-115⁄8
0-115⁄8
1- 4
1- 37⁄8
1- 37⁄8
M
mm
285.8
295.3
295.3
295.3
406.4
403.2
403.2
ft-in.
0-05⁄8
0-05⁄8
0-03⁄4
0-03⁄4
0-03⁄4
0-07⁄8
0-07⁄8
mm
15.88
15.88
19.05
19.05
19.05
22.22
22.22
OPERATING
WEIGHT
lb
Kg
154
69.8
167
75.7
180
81.6
184
83.5
249 112.9
252 114.3
272 123.4
MINIMUM MOUNTING PAD DIMENSIONS
Support Feet
Snow Stand
Ice Stand
ft-in.
mm
ft-in.
mm
ft-in.
mm
018,024,030,036* 1-11 x 3-6 584.2 x 1066.8 2-2 x 3-6 660.4 x 1066.8 2-2 x 3-6 660.4 x 1066.8
036†,048,060
2- 0 x 4-2 609.6 x 1270
2-4 x 4-4 711.2 x 1270.0 2-2 x 4-2 660.4 x 1270.0
UNIT SIZE
NOTES:
1. Required clearances, with coil facing wall; allow 6 in. minimum clearance
on coil side and coil end, and 3 ft minimum clearance on compressor end
and fan side. With fan facing wall; allow 8 in. minimum clearance on fan
side and coil end, and 3 ft minimum clearance on compressor end and coil
side. With multi unit application; arrange units so discharge of one does not
enter inlet of another.
2. Dimensions in [ ] are in millimeters.
3.
Center of gravity.
4. Thermistors used with 619D and 619C fan coils only.
DIMENSIONAL DRAWING, BASE UNIT – 38QR HEAT PUMP UNITS
018
024
030
036*
036†
048
060
B
AccuRater
It is extremely important that all refrigerant lines and the AccuRater metering device be insulated on heat pumps. On
cooling only units, the liquid line may be left un-insulated. Use any acceptable heat resistant closed-cell foam insulation
(minimum 3/8-in. wall thickness). When insulating piping, cap ends and slide insulation over the piping. Insulation can
also be cut and placed over piping.
For the outdoor unit only, install flare connection on tubing to liquid line at fan coil unit. A piston is shipped in the
AccuRater device body (Fig. 13) with the indoor unit. See Piston & Charge Combination Section #14 to verify that you
have the required piston size for the system being installed.
IMPORTANT: The factory-supplied piston MUST be in-stalled as shown in Fig. 13.
NOTE: DO NOT install a piston on Multi Split systems. Refrigerant control is handled by a TXV (thermostatic expansion
valve) in the outdoor unit in these systems.
For special applications, such as long lines or raised elevations, consult the Refrigerant Lines & Long Line Application
Section #15 for specific system requirements.
IMPORTANT: The arrow on the AccuRater device body must face away from the indoor coil.
On heat pump installations, install factory-supplied piston (enclosed in a bag taped inside the outdoor unit) into the
AccuRater-metering device located in the service valve on the outdoor unit (Fig. 14).
IMPORTANT: The factory-supplied piston MUST be in-stalled as shown in Fig. 14.
Make sure Teflon seal on the piston faces toward the outdoor unit. See Piston & Charge Combination Section #14 to verify
you have the required piston size for the system being installed. For special applications, such as long lines or raised
elevations, consult Refrigerant Lines & Long Line Application Section #15 for specific system requirements.
Refer to Installation, Start-Up and Service Instructions for additional outdoor unit installation information.
Install a liquid line filter drier near the outdoor unit. On heat pump systems, a biflow filter drier must be used.
Cleaning and/or Replacing
The piston has a refrigerant metering hole through it. The retainer forms a stop for the piston in the refrigerant bypass
mode and a sealing surface for the liquid line flare connection. To check, clean or replace the piston:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Shut off power to unit
Pump down using proper Pump Down procedures
Remove liquid line flare connection from AccuRater device
Pull retainer out of body being careful not to scratch flair sealing surface. If retainer does not pull out easily, carefully
use locking pliers to remove retainer
Slide piston out by inserting a small soft wire, with small kinks, through the metering hole. Ensure metering hole,
sealing surface around piston cones, and fluted portion of piston are not damaged
Clean piston refrigerant metering hole
Replace retainer O-Ring before reassembling AccuRater device. (O-Ring part No 99CC501052)
TOWARD INDOOR
UNIT
TOWARD
OUTDOOR UNIT
Fig. 13 – AccuRater Metering Device in Liquid
Line (Bypass type Components)
Fig. 14 – AccuRater Metering Device at Service
Valve (Bypass Type Components)
REFRIGERANT CHARGING:
WARNING: To prevent personal injury, wear safety glasses and gloves when handling refrigerant. Do not
overcharge system compressor flooding can result.
WARNING: Service valves must be fully back seated to close service port. There is no Schrader valve at the
service port, and failure to backseat the valve could result in loss of system charge or personal injury.
NOTE: Do not vent or depressurize unit refrigerant to atmosphere. Remove and recover refrigerant following
accepted practices.
Superheat Method —Cooling, Non-TXV (Thermostatic Expansion Valve)
To check and adjust charge during cooling season, use Tables 3 and 4 and the following procedure:
1. Operate unit a minimum of 15 minutes before checking charge.
2. Measure vapor line pressure by attaching a gage to vapor valve service port.
3. Measure vapor line temperature by attaching a service thermometer to unit vapor line near vapor line valve.
Insulate thermometer for accurate readings.
4. Measure outdoor coil inlet-air dry bulb temperature with a second thermometer.
5. Measure indoor coil inlet-air wet bulb temperature with a sling psychrometer.
6. Refer to Table 3. Find air temperature entering out-door coil and wet-bulb temperature entering indoor coil.
Note the superheat temperature at this intersection.
7. Refer to Table 4. Find superheat temperature and vapor line pressure and note vapor line temperature.
8. If unit has higher vapor line temperature than charted temperature, add refrigerant until charted temperature is
reached.
9. If unit has lower vapor line temperature than charted temperature, remove and recover refrigerant until charted
temperature is reached.
10. If air temperature entering outdoor coil or pressure at vapor line valve changes, charge to new vapor line
temperature indicated on chart.
11. This procedure is independent of indoor-air quantity.
Subcooling Method — Cooling, TXV (Thermostatic Expansion Valve)
To check and adjust charge during cooling season, use Table 5 and the following procedure:
1. Operate unit a minimum of 15 minutes before checking charge.
2. Measure liquid line temperature near liquid line service valve, and measure liquid pressure at liquid line service
valve. Use a digital thermometer for all temperature measurements. DO NOT use mercury or dial-type
thermometers.
3. Refer to Table 5. Find measured liquid pressure and read the liquid line temperature at the required subcooling
temperature.
4. If the measured liquid line temperature does not agree with the required liquid line temperature, ADD
refrigerant to lower the temperature, or REMOVE refrigerant to raise the temperature (allow a tolerance of ±3 °F)
HEATING MODE (Heat Pump Models)
To check system operation during heating cycle, use Table 6. This table indicates whether a correct relationship
exists between system operating pressure and air temperatures entering indoor and outdoor units. In heating mode,
check should be made approximately 15 minutes after defrost with unit running with a clean coil. If pressure and
temperature do not match on chart, system refrigerant charge may not be correct or other system abnormalities may
exist. Do not use table to adjust refrigerant charge. When recharging is necessary during heating season, weigh in
total charge as indicated in separate indoor unit installation instructions. Remove any refrigerant remaining in the
system before recharging. If the system has lost complete charge, evacuate and recharge by weight. Service port
connections are provided on liquid and vapor line service valves. For evacuation and recharging, Dial-a-Charge
charging cylinder, or similar device, is an accurate device for recharging systems by weight.
REFRIGERANT CHARGING (Multi Split)
WARNING: To prevent personal injury, wear safety glasses and gloves when handling refrigerant. Do not
overcharge system this can cause compressor flooding.
WARNING: Service valves must be fully back seated to close service port. There is no Schrader valve at the
service port, and failure to backseat the valve could result in loss of system charge or personal injury.
NOTE: Do not vent or depressurize unit refrigerant to atmosphere. Remove and recover refrigerant following
accepted practices.
The Multi Split units are factory charged with a full operating charge. Check the system for proper charge level
using the subcooling method. If a refrigerant system must be opened for major service work, first recover
refrigerant in system using accepted practices. Evacuate and dehydrate the system when ready to recharge; then
weigh in the proper refrigerant quantity as marked on the unit data plate for each circuit.
Subcooling Charging Method
1. Operate the unit a minimum of 15 minutes before checking the charge.
2. Measure discharge pressure by attaching an accurate gage to the discharge service port. DO NOT use the
external service valves for this pressure reading.
3. Measure the vapor supply line temperature by attaching an accurate thermistor type or electronic thermometer to
the vapor supply line near the outdoor coil. See Fig #14
4. Refer to Table #7 to find the required subcooling temperature for the unit. Find the point at which the required
subcooling temperature intersects the measured internal discharge service port pressure in Table #8.
5. To obtain the required subcooling temperature at a specific discharge pressure, add refrigerant if vapor supply
line temperature is higher than indicated, or remove refrigerant if temperature is lower than indicated. Allow a
tolerance of ± 3%.
Table 8 – Required Liquid Line Temperatures
Table 7 – Required Unit Subcooling
Figure 14 – Vapor Supply Line Measurement
Locations (048 Unit Shown)
Controls — systems using high wall fan coils
40QNB/QNE control system
The 40QN unit is equipped with a microprocessor control, which operates the system. This control is located in the
control box of the fan coil unit, with thermistors located in the fan coil inlet and on the indoor coil. The 40QNE heat
pump fan coil units also have thermistors located on the outdoor coil and in the outdoor air inlet. These thermistors
monitor system operation and control the operating mode. To change settings or modes of operation, use the
factory-supplied infrared wireless remote controller (see Fig #1). This controller allows the fan coil unit to be
operated from within the same room without any wire connections to the unit. The remote controller includes a
wall-mounted bracket. To install the bracket, attach bracket to the wall using factory-supplied, double-sided tape.
Install factory-supplied batteries into the remote controller and place the controller into the bracket so that it is ready
for use.
Operating mode memory
After the system is turned off or after a power failure, the system remains in the last operating mode selected. When
the system is turned back on, or when power is automatically restored, operation continues in the same operating
mode as when power shut down.
Automatic operation (Auto) mode
If auto mode is selected, the system automatically switches the operating mode from heating to cooling, or from
cooling to heating depending on the preset temperature (adjustable ± 35° F). On cooling only units the Auto mode
automatically switches the operating mode to cooling.
NOTE: Between the cooling cycle and the heating cycle there is a neutral zone of approximately 2° F above and 2°
F below the preset temperature when only the fan is operating.
Operating fault diagnosis
The system includes an automatic diagnosis feature, which is activated under difficult or unacceptable operating
conditions. If such conditions occur, the system stops automatically, the operating fault signal appears (green
‘‘UNIT ON’’ light on the front of the fan coil unit flashes), and an analysis of the system operating conditions is
initiated. The system is restarted automatically as soon as normal conditions have been restored, or after 5 tries it
will remain off. If the system does not start again, the green ‘‘UNIT ON’’ light flashes an error code.
Control operating modes
There are 11 operating modes on Heat Pumps and 9 on Cooling Only Units (including the off mode)
Each mode operates as follows:
• Off Mode — When the unit is in the off mode, all functions (compressor, outdoor fan, indoor fan, and air sweep)
are off, except the reversing valve, which will stay energized if the unit was last operated in the cooling mode.
• Air Circulation Mode (Fan Operation Only) — When air circulation mode is selected, the indoor fan operates
continuously at the selected speed (high, medium, low, or auto). If the auto mode is selected, the indoor fan operates
at low speed. The compressor and outdoor fan are off. The reversing valve will remain in the last operating mode.
• Cooling Mode — When the cooling mode is selected, the indoor fan operates continuously at the selected speed if
the speed is high, medium, or low. If the indoor fan is in auto mode, the fan changes operating speeds depending on
the difference between the room temperature and the set point. The reversing valve will be on for 40QNE018, 024
units or off for 40QNE009, 012 units. The compressor cannot run for 3 minutes from the time the system starts up or
for 3 minutes from the time the compressor last operated. When the temperature of the room is equal to or greater
than the selected temperature, the compressor and outdoor fan will operate until the room temperature is 2° F below
the set point, and then shut off. When the room temperature is less than the selected temperature, the compressor and
outdoor fan remain off.
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• Maximum Dehumidification Mode — When the dehumidification mode is selected, the indoor fan will operate
continuously at the selected speed if the speed is high, medium, or low. If the indoor fan is in auto mode, the fan
changes operating speeds depending on the room temperature. If the room temperature is below the set point, the
indoor fan runs at ultra-low speed, and the compressor could run for up to 4 minutes. (Ultra-low speed is a controldriven speed [not user configurable] used to sample the space when the fan would normally be off.) The reversing
valve will be on for 40QNE018, 024 units or off for 40QNE009, 012 units. The compressor cannot run for 3 minutes
from the time the system starts up or for 3 minutes from the time the compressor last operated.
Initial Operation — When the mode is first selected, one of the following occurs:
1. If the room temperature is above or equal to the selected temperature, the unit operates for 16 minutes and the
compressor and outdoor fan operate. The indoor fan will operate as in the cooling mode. After 16 minutes of
operation (or when the room reaches 2° F below set point), the unit switches to normal dehumidification operation.
2. If the room temperature is below the selected temperature, the unit operates for 8 minutes as follows: The
compressor and outdoor fan operate for 3 minutes. The indoor fan operates in low speed, and 30 seconds after the
compressor stops, the indoor fan stops. The unit remains off for 1 minute, and then the indoor fan starts in ultra-low
speed for 30 seconds. The unit then switches to normal dehumidification operation.
Normal Operation — One of the following will take place:
1. When the temperature of the room is equal to or greater than the selected temperature (by not more than 3° F), the
unit operates for 8 minutes as follows: The compressor and outdoor fan operate for 3 minutes. The in-door fan
operates in low speed, and 30 seconds after the compressor stops, the indoor fan stops. The unit remains off for 1
minute, and then the indoor fan runs at ultra-low speed for 30 seconds. The normal dehumidification operation is
repeated for the newly sensed room temperature.
2. If the room temperature is equal to or greater than the selected temperature, but not by more than between 4° F
and 6° F, the compressor and outdoor fan operate for 4 minutes. The indoor fan runs at ultra-low speed and will stop
30 seconds after the compressor stops. After 3 minutes, the indoor fan runs at ultra-low speed for 30 seconds. The
normal dehumidification operation is repeated for the newly sensed room temperature.
3. When the room temperature is equal to or more than 4° F below the selected temperature, the system operates as
follows: The compressor and outdoor fan operate for 3 minutes. The indoor fan operates at ultra-low speed and will
stop 30 seconds after the compressor stops. After 4 or 5 minutes, the indoor fan starts at ultra-low speed for 30
seconds. The normal dehumidification operation is repeated for the newly sensed room temperature. If the room
temperature is still 4° F below the selected temperature, the compressor, outdoor fan, and indoor fan remain off.
After 7 ½ minutes, the indoor fan operates at ultra-low speed for 30 seconds. The normal dehumidification
operation is repeated for the newly sensed room temperature.
• Heat Pump Heating Mode —When the heat pump mode is selected, the indoor fan operates at the selected speed
if the speed is high, medium, or low, unless overridden by the coil temperature (to prevent cold drafts). If the in-door
fan is in auto mode, the fan changes operating speeds depending on the difference between the room temperature,
the set point, and the coil temperature. The reversing valve will be off for 40QNE018, 024 units or on for
40QNE009, 012 units. The compressor cannot run for 3 minutes from the time the system starts up or for 3 minutes
from the time it last operated. When the temperature of the room is 8° F below the selected temperature, the unit will
operate in heat pump mode until the temperature is 6° F above the selected temperature or the compressor runs for
40 minutes (whichever comes first). If the temperature of the room is less than 7° F below or equal to the selected
temperature, the unit operates in heat pump mode until the selected set point temperature plus 2° F is reached.
• Demand Defrost Mode (Heat Pump Systems Only) —This unit uses a demand defrost system to remove frost
from the outdoor coil during heating operation. The indoor and outdoor fans are shut off during defrost mode. See
Electronic Control Defrost Regions Map Fig #2 for defrost region details.
• Sleep Mode — The sleep mode timer turns the unit off when the timer reaches zero minutes. The duration’s that
can be selected are 1,2,3, or 7 hours. After the initial 30 minutes, the user set point shifts approximately 1° F
warmer. This sequence repeats itself every 40 minutes up to a total of 150 minutes.
When is sleep mode, the display on the remote controller is dimmed.
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• Awake Mode — The awake timer will turn the unit on when the timer reaches zero minutes. The unit will start in
the same mode and at the same selected temperature as when the system shut off. If the room temperature is not
within approximately 5° F of the set point 40 minutes before start-up, the unit runs before the awake timer reaches
zero to achieve the set point temperature at start-up.
• Automatic Operation Mode for Cooling Only Systems — The unit samples the air in the room. Based on the
room temperature, the unit selects one of the following modes:
Cooling Mode — If the room temperature is more than 82.4 F with a preset temperature of 78.8 F.
Dry Mode — If the room temperature is more than 75.2 F and less than 82.4 F with a preset temperature
of 77 F.
Fan Only Mode — If the room temperature is less than 75.2 F. the preset temperature can be changed by
±4° F using the remote control.
• Automatic Operation Mode for Heat Pump Systems — The operation mode will be determined after 20
seconds of room monitoring (to determine the room temperature and the outdoor air temperature).
• Test Mode — The test mode can be selected by setting the slide switch on the fan coil unit to TEST position. The
slide switch is located on the front of the unit. The fan coil unit will start immediately (there is no compressor time
delay when using test mode) in cooling mode with an infinitely low set point. The indoor fan speed will be at the
high setting, and the swing louvers will be on (moving up and down).
NOTE: The unit cannot be controlled by the remote controller until the slide switch is returned to the REMOTE
position.
• Emergency Mode — This mode is only to be used if the remote controller is lost, damaged, or the batteries are
discharged. To initiate emergency mode, manually move the slide switch on the fan coil unit to the EMER position.
The unit is automatically operated in cooling or heating mode according to room temperature. Emergency operation
settings are as follows:
1. Operation mode: AUTO
2. Fan Speed: AUTO
3. Cooling set point: 77 F
4. Timer Mode: Continuous NOTE: The unit cannot be controlled by the remote controller
until the slide switch is returned to the REMOTE position.
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*Minimum unit run time starts when outdoor coil temperature drops below 34 F, then accumulates run
time regardless of coil temperature.
Electronic Control Defrost Regions Map -- GO TO PAGE 2
Controls — systems using Under Ceiling,
Cassette or Satellite fan coils
Automatic air sweep
All Under Ceiling units are equipped with an automatic air sweep feature, which automatically directs the airflow
louvers up and down to provide optimum room air circulation. If the auto sweep feature is not desired, temporarily
start the auto sweep using the remote thermostat (press Air Sweep button). When the louvers are in the desired
position, turn auto sweep off (press Air Sweep button again) to hold them in that position.
Operating mode memory
After the system is turned off or after a power failure, the system remains in the last operating mode selected. When
the system is turned back on, or when power is automatically restored, operation continues in the same operating
mode as when the system shut down.
Automatic operation (auto) mode
If auto mode is selected, the system automatically switches over the operating mode from heating to cooling, or
from cooling to heating depending on the selected temperature. Auto mode also controls fan speed if not manually
overridden.
NOTE: Between the cooling cycle and the heating cycle there is a neutral zone of approximately 2° F above and
2° F below the selected temperature when only the fan is operating.
Operating sequence
Ceiling-suspended fan coil units have a relay board which controls system operation in response to the room
thermostat. The user may manually select any one of 3 fan speeds for unit operation. Ceiling-suspended systems
may be equipped with an accessory power ventilation kit and/or condensate pump.
Fan operation — Fan speed can be selected by pressing the fan button (high, medium, or low speed choices). The
fan(s) is capable of operation when unit mode is set on cooling, heating, or auto mode. When the fan(s) is operating
in medium or high speed and the unit is equipped with the power ventilation kit, the ventilation fan will operate to
provide fresh air. If the mode is set to the AUTO position, then the fan will operate with the outdoor unit
compressor.
Cooling mode operation — When the room thermostat senses a demand for cooling, the fan coil relay board is
energized. The indoor fan(s) will start in the selected speed (if it is not already operating). The reversing valve will
energize and switch to the cooling position. The internal condensate pump (if so equipped) runs whenever the
reversing valve is energized and/or the unit is in cooling. As long as the condensate float switch and freeze
protection thermostat are closed, the cooling relays in the fan coil unit will close. This energizes the compressor and
outdoor fan in the outdoor unit. The compressor will continue to operate until the room thermostat is satisfied.
When the cooling demand is satisfied, the compressor and outdoor fan will stop. If the system is in the AUTO mode,
the indoor fan will stop with the compressor. If the unit has the accessory ventilation kit, the ventilation fan will
operate whenever the indoor fan is set for medium or high speed.
Heat pump operation — When the room thermostat senses a demand for heating, the fan coil relay board is
energized. The indoor fan will start in the selected speed (if not already operating), and the reversing valve will not
be energized. The internal condensate pump (if supplied) and freeze protection thermostat are not operated during
heating operation. The control relay (CR2) closes, and the compressor and outdoor fan are energized through the
defrost board (DFB), which is located in the outdoor unit. The microprocessor logic in the DFB is energized when
the compressor starts, and the defrost timer runs. Once every 90 minutes (factory default setting) of compressor run
time, the DFB logic checks the defrost thermostat (DFT). If the DFT is open, the unit continues in heating operation.
If the DFT is closed, the DFB switches the unit to defrost mode. The timing on the DFB may be set at either 30, 50,
or 90 minutes.
Defrost — The DFB energizes the RVS (reversing valve solenoid), and the reversing valve switches to the cooling
position. The K1 relay on the DFB opens and the outdoor fan stops. The W2 contact on the DFB is also energized,
which in turn energizes the defrost relay on the fan coil relay board, turns off the electric heater and stops the indoor
fan. The DFB logic checks the 10-minute defrost timer and the DFT. If the DFT opens in less than 10 minutes, the (MORE)
DFB switches the unit back to normal heating operation. If the DFT remains closed the DFB switches the unit back
to heating operation after 10 minutes. When the DFB changes back to heating mode, the RVR (reversing valve
relay) is de-energized and the reversing valve switches back to heating operation. Both the outdoor and indoor fans
come back on, and if necessary, the electric heater also turns on.
System safeties — The system is equipped with the following safety devices to protect system components:
A. Indoor coil freeze protection thermostat (cooling cycle only) — If a coil temperature of 28 F or lower is sensed,
the compressor and outdoor fan will be shut down until the coil temperature exceeds 28 F. The indoor fan will
continue to run.
B. Condensate float switch (units equipped with accessory condensate pump, cooling cycle only) — If the level of
condensate in the drain pan rises too high; the condensate float switch will turn off the compressor and outdoor
fan until the condensate level returns too normal. The indoor fan will continue to run.
C. Outdoor Unit Safeties — These units are protected by the following devices:
• High-pressure switch
• Loss of charge switch (condensing units only)
• Compressor internal overloads
• Outdoor fan motor internal overload
NOTE: a high discharge gas temperature sensor also protects outdoor units with scroll compressors and a 2-minute
timer to prevent possible reverse rotation of the compressor. Should any of these devices trip after the compressor is
energized, the Cycle LOC™ protection device will lock out the outdoor unit (turn if off) to prevent cycling on a
safety device.
Special operation, heating —Outdoor cooling units can be matched with heat pump ceiling-suspended or cassette
fan coil units to provide supplemental electric heat. All other operation is the same as a cooling only system, except
these units have heating capability as follows: When the room thermostat initiates a call for heating, the electric
heater is turned on. The indoor unit fan will start at the same time if it was not already running. When the heating
requirement is satisfied, the room thermostat will open, and the heater will turn off.
See (fig #3) for pictures of the three thermostats available
Controls - 38HDS
Unit operation
NOTE: AUTO fan mode is used as the unit operation example for ALL fan coil units in this section. Contact your
local Carrier dealer for operation information in other fan modes.
Fan coil units — Each fan coil unit has a self-contained control system that determines the set point for fan coil
operation, fan mode operation, and heating mode operation (if provided). The fan coil units are equipped with either
a wired or wireless remote controller set. Set points and fan modes may be determined separately for each fan coil
unit. Each fan coil unit may call for cooling operation independently. On a call for cooling operation by a single
fan coil unit, a 24-v signal is sent to the 38HDS outdoor unit and energizes a control relay. The indoor blower starts
according to the normal fan coil unit sequence of operation. The control relay (in the outdoor unit) initiates
operation of a cooling cycle for the respective indoor unit refrigerant circuit; including opening a liquid line solenoid
valve in the outdoor unit. As the set point at each fan coil is satisfied, its individual 24-v signal to the 38HDS unit
stops, and the respective solenoid valve for each fan coil unit closes. The indoor fan cycles off. The 40QNB fan coil
units then begin room sampling operation after a 3-minute off period (during sampling, the fan motor runs at low
speed for 1 minute to sample the demand in the space; then cycles off until the next sampling period if no demand is
found).
38HDS outdoor condensing unit — The outdoor unit is equipped with a control that monitors the indoor fan coil
cooling request. The control turns on solenoid valves for the appropriate indoor fan coil unit system. The control
also combines the cooling requests to control up to 2 compressors. The 38HDS control provides a 2-minute
compressor time-delay circuit, which disables the compressor for 2 minutes at unit start-up. The time delay device
timers are initialized when the unit is powered up (for the first 2 minutes). The 38HDS-unit control includes an
integral head pressure control function. This function maintains a minimum head pressure by cycling the outdoorfan motor in response to inputs from the thermistor (for outdoor ambient temperature) and the transducers (for
system discharge pressures in each compressor circuit). The head pressure for the compressor(s) is monitored to
control the outdoor fan output. The control reads an outdoor temperature thermistor to determine if the head pressure
should be used to control the fan output.
Operation — The 38HDS unit receives a 24-v control signal from each fan coil unit as each fan coil unit initiates a
demand for cooling. The 24-v signal energizes a control relay in the 38HDS unit (one relay per fan coil unit). The
refrigerant flow to each fan coil unit is controlled through a solenoid valve (one valve per fan coil unit). The
solenoid valve(s) will not open until the controller initiates compressor operation. The microprocessor control in the
38HDS unit includes a 2-minute, anti-short cycle, time-delay function. This function provides a minimum off delay
between compressor run stages (2 minutes each from the end of the last on period to the beginning of the next on
period). If more than 2 minutes have passed since the end of the last on period, the compressor is ready to restart
with initiation of demand from any fan coil unit on its circuit.
Increased Demand for Cooling
NOTE: There are 2 separate compressor circuits in the 38HDS048 units (circuit A and circuit B). Each circuit
operates independently, and will operate as follows (as will the single-circuit 024 units) upon receiving the first 24-v
cooling demand signal from a fan coil unit:
1. After the 2-minute time-delay function is satisfied, the appropriate compressor starts.
2. The solenoid valve connected to the fan coil sending the demand signal is energized (at the 38HDS units).
3. The outdoor fan starts, and its operation is controlled by the microprocessor as described in 38HDS
Microprocessor Control of Outdoor Fan section below. When a second fan coil unit signals a demand for
cooling, its associated solenoid valve is energized immediately, allowing refrigerant to flow to both fan coil units
simultaneously.
Decreased Demand for Cooling — When a fan coil unit’s demand for cooling ends, the 24-v signal to the 38HDS
unit stops, and the appropriate solenoid valve closes. If the other fan coil unit on this circuit still has a demand, the
appropriate compressor continues to run as long as necessary for the second fan coil unit. When the second fan coil
unit’s demand for cooling ends, its solenoid valve closes, and the appropriate compressor stops. The compressor will
not start for at least 2 minutes after the end of this cycle due to the time-delay function. On size 024 units, when the
compressor stops, the outdoor fan also stops. On size 048 units, outdoor fan operation may continue under control of (MORE)
the 38HDS microprocessor if the other refrigerant circuit is still operating. The outdoor fan only stops when both
compressors are off. Refer to 38HDS Microprocessor Control of Outdoor Fan section below for more details.
38HDS-microprocessor control of outdoor fan — The microprocessor control has a built-in head pressure control
system that cycles the outdoor-fan motor to maintain a selected discharge pressure. The microprocessor senses
outdoor ambient temperature using a thermistor and refrigerant pressure using a pressure transducer mounted on the
compressor circuit discharge line. The 38HDS024 units have one transducer, and the 048 units have two. The
factory set points for the head pressure control operation are 55 F for outdoor ambient temperature and 250 psig for
discharge pressure. When the outdoor ambient temperature is above the out-door ambient set point and both fan
coils on a compressor circuit are calling for cooling operation, the outdoor fan runs at full speed whenever
compressor operation is permitted.
When only one fan coil is calling for cooling, fan cycling is permitted at all ambients. Fan motor is then cycled on
and off to maintain set point discharge pressure. When the outdoor ambient temperature is below the specified set
point, the fan motor is cycled on and off to maintain a compressor discharge pressure at the specified pressure set
point. On 38HDS048 units with 2 compressors running, the compressor with the lower head pressure controls the
fan operation. If only one compressor is running, that compressor controls the fan operation. If the discharge
pressure on either circuit exceeds 370 psig, the outdoor-fan motor runs continuously, and the fan cycling function is
bypassed until the discharge pressure decreases to 365 psig. Units can be field configured to select head pressure
control at 35 F outdoor ambient and/or 200 psig discharge pressure.
Status indicator lights — The 38HDS control board is equipped with LED indicators to aid in evaluating the status
of the control system, including:
• Time delay function status
• Fan coil unit demand status
• Head pressure control status
• Current unit malfunctions
Also see System Status Red and Green LED’s and Fault Codes in Section #27
Unit malfunction — Each compressor circuit is equipped with a high-pressure switch (HPS), a low-pressure switch
(LPS), and a discharge temperature switch (DTS). These safety devices are located in a Cycle-LOC™ device circuit
that prevents compressor operation if any of these safety devices is activated. The lockout can be reset by turning the
main power to the 38HDS unit off, then on again.
Compressor overcurrent protection is achieved by an internal line break overload, which automatically resets when
the motor temperature cools to a satisfactory level. Manual reset of Cycle-LOC circuit may also be required.
Pressure transducers and the outdoor ambient thermistor are monitored by the 38HDS controller. If a pressure
transducer is found to be out of range, the LED’s flash a code for this fault, but the control continues to cycle the
outdoor fan according to input from the other transducer. If only one transducer is active and is determined to be out
of range, the head pressure control is bypassed and the fan runs continuously. If the thermistor is found to be out of
range, the control allows fan cycling per transducer input, and the LED’s flash a code for this failure. See Trouble
shooting Section #27 for System Status Red and Green LED’s and Fault Codes table.
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AIR CONDITIONER OPERATION MODE
The remote controller transmits operation commands to the air
conditioner. You can use the remote controller to perform the
following functions:
• Turns the air conditioner ON and OFF.
• Selects the operation mode (Cooling, Fan, Heating, Dehumidification, or Auto).
• Adjusts the room air temperature and the fan speed.
• Sets air conditioner operation timer periods.
• Sets additional air conditioner adjustments and operating features.
Your Carrier Duct Free air conditioner operates in four modes:
Cooling
The air conditioner cools, dries, and filters the room air
S TA R T
S TO P
1 2
3 SLEEP
DA I LY
Fan Only
FAN
SWEEP
II I I
II III
I II II
MODE
II II
The air conditioner filters and circulates the room air, without
changing the room air temperature
A
A
Heating
The air conditioner heats and filters the room air (if so
equipped).
WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER
Dehumidification
The remote controller mounting rack can be used to secure the
remote controller to a surface. When the remote controller is in
its mounting rack, make sure that there is a clear line of sight
between the remote controller and the air conditioner.
The air conditioner dries and filters the room air, while slightly
cooling the room air temperature. (NOTE: Dehumidification
does not take the place of a dehumidifier).
In addition, the air conditioner can operate automatically:
THE REMOTE CONTROLLER
The remote controller contains various buttons to operate the
air conditioner, and a window display in which the current operation status is shown.
Each time you press a button on the remote controller you can
observe the result on the display (Don’t worry about making a
mistake, anything you do can easily be changed.)
A
Auto
REMOTE CONTROLLER OPERATION
The air conditioner heats or cools the room according to the
temperature you select:
If the room air is cooler than the desired temperature, the air
conditioner operates in HEATING mode—(if so equipped).
If the room air is warmer than the desired temperature, the air
conditioner operates in COOLING mode.
NOTE: To operate the air conditioner with the remote controller; set the operation switch to REMOTE (See Page 9).
• The remote controller may be used at a distance of up to 23
ft from the air conditioner display panel (without obstructions).
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I.R. Transmitter Window
Temperature Sensor
Clock
Timer Start/Stop
One-time/Daily
Transmission Indicator
Low Battery Indicator
S TA R T
STOP
Menu Select Button
1
2
3
Up/Down Button
SLEEP
D A I LY
MODE
FAN
SWEEP
Desired Temperature
II I II
I I II
IIIII
Operation Mode - Cooling,
Fan, Heating, Dry, Auto
II II
Sensor Active Indicator
Fan - Low,
Medium, High, Auto
A
A
Sweep Indicator
On/Off Button
*
TIMER
Timer Set Buttons
SET
DEL
AY
CLEAR
SENSE
ROO
M
Clock Set Button
CLOCK
*
Room Temperature Button
*
*
On/Off Quick Delay Button
Local Sensing Button
*
*Buttons located behind slide down panel.
beep
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5
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MODE
FAN
II I
I
I I I
I
FA
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III I
I II
I
I I I
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A
SWEEP
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A
A
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A
• Changes entered on the remote controller must be promptly
transmitted to the air conditioner. If no transmission is made
within 10 seconds, the remote controller reverts to its previous state.
The remote controller and the air conditioner constantly "exchange" information regarding adjustments and the room air
temperature. To ensure proper system operation, avoid blocking of the direct line of sight between them.
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• When transmitting a command from the remote controller,
point the transmitter toward the receiver on the right side of the
air conditioner.
• The air conditioner confirms the receipt of a command by
sounding two beeps.
• Make sure that no objects block the clear line of sight between
the remote controller and the air conditioner.
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INSERTING BATTERIES IN THE REMOTE
CONTROLLER
Turning the Air Conditioner ON:
• Press the ON/OFF button 3;3 ; the remote controller display
lights and the air conditioner starts operating using the last setting entered.
Changing the Air Conditioner’s Operation Modes
• Select the MODE by pressing 11 .
• Choose the desired mode by pressing 22 .
• Press the On/Off button 3 to transmit your selections to the
air conditioner.
Before using the remote controller you must insert two 1.5V
AAA Alkaline batteries, as follows:
• Slide off and remove the battery compartment cover.
1
2
• Insert the batteries, making sure to follow the polarity (+,-)
markings.
• Replace the battery compartment cover
• Replace both batteries whenever the "Low Battery" indicator
appears.
IMPORTANT
When making changes to the remote control settings
pay particular attention to where the selection is. If
there is no input to the control it will return to the idle
state in 10 seconds. Also remember to always point
the remote at the unit while making changes.
o
Up/Down
Button
SWEEP
Sweep
On/Off
High
A Auto
You can make a change of the temperature setting by pressing 2.2 .
Make sure to point the remote controller toward the air conditioner. The
symbol appears each time you press the button.
OR
• Select the TEMPERATURE display by pressing 11 .
1. The degree symbol (°) flashes next to the digits when the
TEMPERATURE display is selected.
• Select the desired temperature by pressing 22 .
1. The available temperature range is 54°F to 86°F.
• Press the On/Off button 33 to transmit your selections to the
air conditioner.
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III II
II III
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Medium
CHANGING THE TEMPERATURE SETTING
11:45
FAN
Low
• Select the FAN menu by pressing 11 .
• Choose the desired fan speed by pressing 22 .
NOTE: When the air conditioner is operating in DRY mode the
fan speed can not be changed. The fan operates at Low speed in
this mode.
• Press the ON/OFF button 3 to transmit your selections to
the air conditioner.
OPERATING THE AIR CONDITIONER WITH
THE REMOTE CONTROLLER
MODE
SWEEP
CHANGING THE FAN SPEED
Do not drop the remote controller – damage to the device may result. Avoid getting the controller wet.
II II
1
Cooling
Fan
Heating Function
Dry
A Auto
FA N
3
! CAUTION
Menu
Selection Button
MODE
A
CHANGING THE AIRFLOW DIRECTION
A
On/Off
Button
• Select the SWEEP menu by pressing 11 .
• Press the top side of the Up/Down button 22 : the airflow deflector moves up and down continuously and the airflow symbol
displays motion.
• Press the bottom side of the Up/Down button 22 ; the airflow
deflector stops at a given angle and the airflow symbol remains
in a fixed position.
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• Slide down the front cover of the Remote below the On/Off
switch.
• Press the TIMER button. Each time you press on the TIMER
button, the next Start or Stop set time appears on the display.
• The TIMER display appears:
• Press the On/Off button 33 to transmit your selections to the
air conditioner
1. If you choose to place the airflow deflector in a fixed position, the deflector stops at the angle in which it was located
when you pressed the On/Off button.
NOTE: When you have finished selecting the various menus and
choosing the desired settings, point the remote controller at the air
conditioner and press the On/Off button 33 . Two beeps sound
and the air conditioner starts operating according to your selected
settings. The settings chosen stop flashing and remain lit.
START
START
START
STOP
1
3
1
STOP
2
2
STOP
3
• Press button 2 to set the time.
• Press the SET button to set the displayed time, or push the
timer button to get to the desired time period.
PROGRAMMING AIR CONDITIONER
OPERATION PERIODS
Through a simple process you can program the air conditioner
to operate at your convenience. First, you must set the clock.
:
SETTING THE CLOCK
• Slide down the front cover of the Remote controller below the
On/Off switch.
• Press the Clock Set button with an appropriate object, such as
a ballpoint pen.
PM
S TA R T
MODE
FAN
SWEEP
1
11:45
1
2
A
A
TIMER
TIMER
SET
CLEAR
SET
DELA
Y
SENSE
ROOM
CLOCK
CLEAR
NOTES:
1. Time increments in 10 minute intervals.
2. The TIMER lamp on the air conditioner display lights
whenever a timer period is set (see Page 9 for location).
3. The remote controller displays the Timer period Start/Stop
time which is nearest the current time. If the air conditioner
is ON, the word "STOP" + the Timer period are displayed;
If the air-conditioner is OFF, the word "START" + the Timer
period are displayed.
4. If no buttons are pressed during ten seconds, the remote
controller reverts to its previous display.
5. If you make an error that you want to correct, you must
cancel the programmed Timer period settings (see Page 7).
• Press 2 to set the current minutes
• Press 1 ; the hours digits flash
• Press 2 to set the current hour
• Press the Clock Set button to confirm the current time setting.
The remote controller reverts to its previous display and the
clock is displayed.
SETTING OPERATION START/STOP TIMES
IMPORTANT
Make sure to point the remote controller at the air conditioner while pressing the TIMER SET button.
SETTING THE SLEEP TIMER PERIOD
The fourth Timer period is marked SLEEP. When SLEEP is active, the desired temperature is updated while you sleep. The
room air temperature gradually rises (COOLING MODE) until
this Timer period is exited. At the end of the Timer period, the
desired temperature returns to its previous setting. (MORE)
You can use the Timer to pre-set air conditioner operation Start/
Stop times. You can set up to three different Timer periods within
24 hours, spaced at up to 10 hours apart.
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• Scroll through the Timer periods as explained in the previous
section
• Press the SET button to confirm the cancellation. Make
sure you point the remote controller at the air conditioner
while you press the SET button.
:
CANCELING ALL TIMER PERIOD
START/STOP TIMES
S TA RT
S TOP
• Press the TIMER button
• Hold the CLEAR button down until all the Timer period Start/
Stop times disappear from the display.
• Check that the TIMER lamp on the air conditioner is off. (see
page 9 for location)
SLEEP
MODE
FAN
A
A
SWEEP
ROOM AIR TEMPERATURE DISPLAY
When the remote controller is OFF: the current room temperature is displayed.
TIMER
SET
:
CLEAR
• Choose the SLEEP Timer period
• Enter the desired Start/Stop times (SLEEP-START and
SLEEP-STOP).
• Press the SET button.
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TIMER
DE
SET
SETTING A DAILY TIMER PERIOD
CLEAR
You can set the Timer periods so that the air conditioner operates
automatically at the set times on a daily basis. This can be individually set for Timer periods 1, 2, 3 or SLEEP.
START
DAILY
FAN
SENSE
R
When the remote controller is ON:
• Slide down the front cover on the remote controller below the
On/Off Switch
• Press the ROOM button to display the current room air temperature. The temperature is displayed for a number of seconds.
1
MODE
LA
Y
SWEEP
DELAYED START/STOP OPERATION
A
You can quickly and easily set the required Start or Stop delay.
When the air conditioner is ON:
A
TIMER
SET
CLEAR
NOTE: The daily timer operates only when there is a direct
line of sight between the remote controller and the air conditioner.
• Press the TIMER button to select the Timer period that you
want to activate daily.
• Press the SET button until the word DAILY appears on the
display.
• Press the SET button to confirm DAILY operation for the selected Timer period. Make sure you point the remote controller
at the air conditioner while you press the SET button.
CANCELING A DAILY TIMER PERIOD
Follow the steps for setting a DAILY Timer Period except in the
second step; press the SET button until the work DAILY disappears from the display.
• Press the Delay button. The clock advances one hour, while
the word STOP and the number 3 flash.
• Each additional pressing of the DELAY button advances the
clock by one hour.
• Make sure you point the remote controller at the air conditioner while you press the DELAY button. The word STOP will
stop flashing when the command has been transmitted to the air
conditioner.
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CANCELING A TIMER PERIOD
START/STOP TIME
• Press the TIMER button to select the Timer period (1,2,3, or
SLEEP) which you want to cancel
• Press the CLEAR button to cancel the selected Timer period;
the Start/Stop times disappear from the display.
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When the air conditioner is OFF:
• To cancel the Local Sensor, press the SENSE button; the house
symbol disappears from the display.
! WARNING
Do not place remote controller in a drawer or near a
warm/hot appliance as the air conditioner will attempt to cool the remotes environment.
OPERATING THE AIR CONDITIONER
FROM THE DISPLAY PANEL
(OR IF REMOTE CONTROLLER IS LOST)
(Console shown)
FILTER
AIR CON
TIMER
POWER
AUTO
OFF
REMOTE
COMP.
IMPED.
PRESS.
• Press DELAY button. The clock advances one hour, while the
word START and the number 3 flash.
• Each additional pressing of the DELAY button advances the
clock by one hour.
• Make sure you point the remote controller at the air conditioner while you press the DELAY button. The word START will
stop flashing when the command has been transmitted to the air
conditioner.
• TO CANCEL THE DELAY, FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS IN THE "CANCELING A TIMER PERIOD START/
STOP TIME" SECTION. THE DELAY SETTING IS STORED
IN TIMER PERIOD NO. 3.
USING THE LOCAL SENSE FUNCTION (2 WAY REMOTE)
MODE
FAN
AUTO
OFF
REMOTE
Turning the Air Conditioner ON:
• Move the Operation Switch to the AUTO position. The air
conditioner operates at a temperature setting of 74°F, automatically selecting the required operation mode and fan speed.
(High wall shown)
FILTER AIR CON. TIMER POWER
ON
OFF
REMOTE
E
FILTER AIR
AUTO
OFF
Turning the Air Conditioner OFF:
• Move the Operation Switch to the OFF position.
SWEEP
(High wall shown)
Y
COMPRESSOR
A
IMPEDANCE
PRESSURE
A
AUTO
OFF
TIMER
DE
SET
CLEAR
LA
SENSE
ROO
Returning to Remote Controller Operation:
• Move the Operation Switch to the REMOTE position.
• The remote controller operates the air conditioner.
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The remote controller can operate so that it transmits the room
air temperature to the air conditioner at regular intervals from
wherever it is located in the room.
The air conditioner operates so that the room air near the remote
controller reaches the desired temperature.
• Press the SENSE button. The house symbol next to the temperature display flashes.
• Place the remote controller in the desired room location.
• Make sure that there is a direct line of sight between the
remote controller and the air conditioner.
ENERGY-SAVING TIPS
Your Carrier unit is designed to be highly efficient in energy
savings. Follow the below recommendations for even greater
efficiency.
1. Select thermostat setting that suits your comfort needs and
leave thermostat at that chosen setting.
2. Keep unit filter clean. The filter is very efficient in removing
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airborne particles. More frequent cleaning may be necessary depending on indoor air quality.
3. Use drapes, curtains, or shades to keep direct sunlight from
heating room.
4. Do not obstruct front grille air intake section.
5. Start your air conditioner before outdoor temperature, cooking heat, or gatherings of people make room hot and uncom-
fortable. This avoids initial period of discomfort while unit
is cooling off room.
NOTE: If a circuit breaker is tripped repeatedly, or fuse is blown
more than once, contact a qualified electrician.
THE DISPLAY PANEL
The lamps on the display panel indicate various operation modes and conditions.
Display panel features and their use/description appear below:
Diagram Callout
Feature
Use/Description
A
I.R. Receiver
• Receives transmissions from the remote controller
B
FILTER Lamp
• Lights when the air filters require cleaning
C
AIR CON. Lamp
• Lights when the air conditioner operates
• Flashes when defrosting
D
TIMER Lamp
• Lights when TIMER Start or Stop time is set
E
POWER Lamp
• Lights when the air conditioner is connected to the electrical supply of
the proper line voltage
F
IMPEDANCE Lamp
• Lights when a voltage problem exists
G
COMPRESSOR Lamp
• Lights when compressor operates
• Flashes when the air conditioner is on standby
H
PRESSURE Lamp
• Lights as low pressure warning
• Flashes as a high pressure warning
I
Operation Switch
• Turns the air conditioner ON, OFF, or puts it in AUTO operation
B
C
D
E
FILTER
TIMER
POWER
FILTER AIR CON. TIMER POWER
ON
OFF
REMOTE
BD
CE
A
A
B
C
D
E
Cover closed
AIR CON
B
C
D
E
G
F
H
FILTER
AIR CON
TIMER
POWER
COMP.
IMPED.
PRESS.
G
F
H
I
COMPRESSOR
IMPEDANCE
H G F
PRESSURE
PRESSURE COMPRESS IMPEDANCE
AUTO
AUTO
OFF
OFF
REMOTE
REMOTE
AUTO
OFF
REMOTE
I
I
Cover open
A
Console
Highwall
9
Highwall
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53DFST2-NP
Remote Control
High Wall Systems
Fig #1
Remote Control
Console Systems
53DFS250-SL
53DFS250-FS
Fig #3
TYPICAL INSTALLATION — HIGH-WALL SYSTEMS, 9,000 AND 12,000 BTUH
(Cooling-Only System Shown)
LEGEND
NEC — National Electrical Code
*Standard.
†Field supplied.
NOTES:
1. All piping must follow standard refrigerant techniques.
2. Do not install a filter drier in mixed phase liquid line.
3. All wiring must comply with applicable local and national codes.
4. Capillary tube expansion device (cooling-only systems only) is located in the
outdoor unit. Both refrigerant lines must be insulated.
5. Wiring and piping shown are general points-of-connection guides only and are
not intended to include all details for a specific installation.
6. Insulate condensate line drain if installed in a conditioned space.
TYPICAL INSTALLATION — HIGH-WALL SYSTEMS, 18,000 AND 24,000 BTUH
(Cooling Only System Shown)
LEGEND
NEC — National Electrical Code
Piping
Line Voltage
24 V
Thermistor
*Standard.
†Field supplied.
NOTES:
1. All piping must follow standard
refrigerant piping techniques.
2. All wiring must comply with the
applicable local and national
codes.
3. Liquid line need not be insulated.
4. Wiring and piping shown are general points-of-connection guides
only and are not intended for a
specific installation.
5. Insulate condensate drain if installed in a conditioned space.
TYPICAL INSTALLATION — CEILING-SUSPENDED SYSTEMS
LEGEND
f — Phase
NEC — National Electrical Code
Piping
Line Voltage
24 V
Thermistor
*Standard.
†Accessory item.
**Field supplied.
NOTES:
1. All piping must follow standard
refrigerant piping techniques.
2. All wiring must comply with the
applicable local and national
codes.
3. Liquid line need not be insulated.
4. Wireless or wired remote controller accessory is required.
5. Wiring and piping shown are general points-of-connection guides
only and are not intended for a
specific installation.
6. Insulate condensate line if run
above a conditioned space.
7. AccuRaterT device is provided.
OUTDOOR
UNIT
AIRFLOW
FIELD SUPPLIED WEATHERPROOF
FUSED DISCONNECT AND WIRING
PER NEC
AIRFLOW
INSULATED
LIQUID LINE
INSULATED
SUCTION LINE
FIELD SUPPLIED
FUSED
DISCONNECT
AND WIRING
PER NEC
NOTES:
CONSOLE
UNIT
WIRELESS
CONTROLLER
1. All piping must follow standard
refrigerant piping techniques.
2. All wiring must comply with the
applicable local and national
codes.
3. Wireless remote controller is
required.
4. Wiring and piping shown are
general points-of-connection
guides only and are not intended
for a special installation.
TYPICAL INSTALLATION — IN-CEILING CASSETTE SYSTEMS
LEGEND
f — Phase
NEC — National Electrical Code
Piping
Line Voltage
24 V
*Standard.
†Accessory item.
**Field supplied.
NOTES:
1. All piping must follow standard refrigerant techniques.
2. All wiring must comply with applicable local and national codes.
3. Liquid line need not be insulated.
4. Accessory cooling AccuRaterT kit is required.
5. Wiring and piping shown are general points-of-connection guides
only and are not intended for a specific installation.
6. Insulate condensate line if installed in a conditioned space.
FIELD SUPPLIED
TYPE L REFRIGERANT
TUBING
FEMALE SWEAT
CONNECTIONS
AT SERVICE VALVES
FIELD SUPPLIED
FILTER DRIER
FIELD SUPPLIED
24 V CONTROL
WIRING
FIELD SUPPLIED
WEATHERPROOF
FUSED DISCONNECT
AND WIRING PER NEC
FIELD SUPPLIED
CONDENSATE
DRAIN LINE
TO OPEN DRAIN
FIELD SUPPLIED
FUSED DISCONNECT
AND WIRING PER NEC
THERMOSTAT
NOTES:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
All piping must follow standard refrigerant piping techniques.
All wiring must comply with the applicable local and national codes.
Wireless or wired remote controller accessory is required.
Wiring and piping shown are general points-of-connection guides only and are not intended for a special installation.
Insulate condensate line if run above a conditioned space.
SERVICE – High Wall Systems
WARNING: When servicing unit, turn off all electric power to unit to avoid shock hazard or injury from rotating parts.
CAUTION: Do not vent refrigerant to atmosphere when servicing unit. Recover refrigerant during system repair or unit
removal.
DIAGNOSTIC CODES
This unit is equipped with a microprocessor control, which continuously monitors the operation of the unit. If an
operational fault is detected, a fault is indicated by the flashing of the green ‘‘UNIT ON’’ light on the front of the fan coil
unit. A red LED (light-emitting diode) indicator light, located on the control board in the control box of the indoor unit, will
emit a flash code, which can be used to troubleshoot a system problem. The control will continue to monitor the unit and, if
the conditions that cause the fault are cleared, the unit will return to normal operation. If the fault code is present for 5
cycles of the unit, the unit will be locked out and the alarm is indicated by the flashing of the green ‘‘UNIT ON’’ light on
the front of the fan coil unit. To access the LED indicator light, remove the front cover of the unit by removing the 3 screws
holding it in place. If the LED indicator light continuously flashes on for one second, then off for one second, the control is
functioning properly and no fault is present. A fast flashing LED indicates that a fault has been detected See Trouble
Shooting & Fault Code Section #27 for indicators. If the system does not operate and the LED indicator does not flash,
either the power to the control board is off, or the control board has failed.
NOTE: If the LED light continuously flashes on for one second, then off for one second, the control is functioning
properly and no fault is present.
SYSTEM TESTS
System tests listed below are performed continuously by the microprocessor. If a fault is indicated, then the system allows
only limited operation until the problem is resolved. If the problem resolves itself, then the code is cleared and operation
resumes.
Thermistor Tests
Each thermistor is tested for high limit out of range (shorted condition) and low limit out of range (open condition). If the
thermistor is out of range, the fault status indicator comes on and the LED flashes the appropriate fault code.
Thermistors
Proper thermistor location and correct temperature sensing are critical to unit operation. Good thermal contact is also
required. Thermistor cable assemblies are provided with fan coil units to run between indoor and outdoor units. High
voltage and thermistor cable assemblies should not touch each other, and cable runs may be extended up to 200 feet. With
unit running, the thermistor integrity may be checked by measuring the d.c. voltage across the two thermistor connections.
See Thermistor Properties Table #10
Compressor Failure
If the System is in Cooling or Dehumidification Mode after 5 minutes of operation, if the temperature of the indoor coil is
not 4° F less than at the time the call for cooling started, then a compressor failure is indicated on the remote controller
LCD display. If the System is in Heat Pump Heating Mode after 5 minutes of operation, if the temperature indicated by the
outdoor coil thermistor is not 4° F less than at the time the call for heating started, then a compressor failure is indicated.
Reversing Valve Failure
If the System is in Cooling or Dehumidification Mode after 5 minutes of operation, if the temperature at the indoor coil is
4° F more than at the time the call for cooling started, then a reversing valve failure is indicated. If the System is in Heat
Pump Heating Mode after 5 minutes of operation, if the temperature indicated by the outdoor coil is 4° F more than at the
time the call for heating started, then a reversing valve failure is indicated.
SYSTEM SAFETIES AND INTERLOCKS
Indoor Fan Failure
If the indoor fan rpm shows greater than 800 rpm for 30 seconds with the fan in the off mode, then this test indicates an
indoor fan failure. Also, if the indoor fan rpm is greater than 1700 rpm for 30 seconds, then this test indicates an indoor
fan failure.
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Compressor Short Cycling Protection
There is a time delay of 3 minutes between compressor turning off and turning back on.
Indoor Coil Freeze Protection (Cooling or Dehumidification Mode Only)
If the indoor coil temperature is less than or equal to 32 F for 10 minutes after the compressor has started, then the
compressor and outdoor fan are turned off. The indoor fan continues to run at the user-selected speed until the indoor coil
reaches 44 F. At that time, the compressor and outdoor fan will restart.
Indoor Coil High Temperature Protection (Heat Pump Systems Only)
If indoor coil temperature is greater than or equal to 135 F, the outdoor fan shuts down. The outdoor fan will restart
automatically when the indoor coil temperature drops to 120 F.
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SERVICE
Under Ceiling, Cassette, Console, & Satellite Fan Coils
WARNING: When servicing unit, turn off all electric power to unit to avoid shock hazard or injury from rotating
parts.
CAUTION: Do not vent refrigerant to atmosphere when servicing unit. Recover refrigerant during system repair or
unit removal.
BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE
You may save the cost of a service call by doing the following:
1. Be sure main power to system is turned on.
2. Press Mode button until OFF is displayed. Wait 5 minutes.
3. Press Mode button until either COOL or HEAT is displayed (as desired).
4. Adjust remote thermostat set point to desired room temperature. If system starts within a few minutes, you may not
need service. If system does not operate properly, check Trouble Shooting Section #27 for typical solutions.
If System Fails To Operate
Be sure:
• unit ON/OFF switch is in ON position
• fuse or circuit breaker is not tripped
SERVICE – 38HDC, 38QR, & 38BK018,024
WARNING: Before performing recommended maintenance, be sure unit main power switch is turned off. Failure to do so
may result in electrical shock or injury from rotating fan blade.
OUTDOOR FAN
A reinforced wire mount holds the outdoor fan assembly in position. See Fig. 7 for Cooling Units and Fig. 8 for Heat pump
Units for proper mounting positions.
HIGH-PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE
Valve is located in compressor. Relief valve opens at a pressure differential of approximately 450 +/- 50 psig between suction
(low side) and discharge (high side) to allow pressure equalization.
INTERNAL CURRENT AND TEMPERATURE SENSITIVE OVERLOAD
Control resets automatically when internal compressor motor temperature drops to a safe level (overloads may require up to
45 minutes to reset). When an internal overload is suspected of being open, check by using an ohmmeter or continuity tester.
PUMPDOWN PROCEDURE
The system may be pumped down in order to make repairs on low side without losing complete refrigerant charge.
1. Attach pressure gage to suction service valve gage port.
2. Front seat the liquid line valve.
CAUTION: The outdoor unit holds only the factory designated amount of refrigerant. Additional refrigerant may cause
units to relieve pressure through compressor internal pressure relief valve (indicated by a sudden rise of suction pressure)
before suction pressure reaches 5 psig. If this occurs, shut off unit immediately, front seat the vapor valve, and remove and
recover excess refrigerant following accepted practices.
3. Back seat valve, start unit, and run until suction pressure reaches 5 psig.
4. Shut unit off and front seat suction valve.
5. De-pressurize low side of unit and recover refrigerant following accepted practices.
FILTER DRIER (If Installed)
Whenever the accessory, field-installed moisture liquid indicator (if installed) shows presence of moisture, replace the filter
drier. If no indicator is installed, replace the filter drier whenever system has been opened for service or maintenance.
HIGH-PRESSURE SWITCH
This switch, located on discharge line, protects against high discharge pressures caused by such events as overcharge,
outdoor fan motor failure, system restriction, etc. It opens on pressure rise at about 426 psig. If system pressures go above
this setting during abnormal conditions, the switch opens.
WARNING: DO NOT attempt to simulate system abnormalities. High pressures pose a serious safety hazard.
The High-pressure switch is checked with an ohmmeter. If system pressure is below 320 psi (cooling) or 426psi (heat pump)
switch shows continuity. The high pressure switch will reset automatically after the CLO (compressor lockout switch) has
been reset, and the time delay device has completed its timing cycle.
NOTE: If pressure switch needs to be replaced, there is a Schrader valve located under the switch so that system will not
need to be evacuated.
LOW-PRESSURE
This switch is mounted on the vapor line for Cooling Only Units and the liquid line for Heat Pump Units, and has fixed, nonadjustable settings. On Heat Pump units, this switch is bypassed during defrost mode, and also for the first 2 minutes of
heating operation after defrost. This is accomplished by a time delay relay to prevent nuisance tripping of the loss-of-charge
switch. To check pressure switch, attach pressure gage to service valve gage port. Slowly close shutoff valve and allow
compressor to pump down. Do not allow compressor to pump down below 2 psig. Compressor should shut down when
pressure drops to cutout pressure as shown in Physical Data Section #8, and should restart when pressure builds up to cut-in
pressure shown, after CLO (compressor lockout switch) has been reset and accessory Time Guard device has completed its
timing cycle.
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NOTE: If pressure switch needs to be replaced, there is a Schrader valve located under the switch so that system will not
need to be evacuated.
CRANKCASE HEATER (If Unit is so Equipped)
Heater prevents refrigerant migration and compressor oil dilution during shutdown when compressor is not operating. If
crankcase heater is de-energized for more than 6 hours, both compressor service valves must be closed. Crankcase heater is
powered by high-voltage power of unit. It is connected across the line side of the contactor and operates
continually. Use extreme caution when trouble-shooting this device with unit power on.
To troubleshoot:
1. Apply voltmeter across crankcase heater leads to see if heater voltage is on. Do not touch heater. Carefully feel
area around crankcase heater; if warm, crankcase heater is probably functioning.
2. With power off and heater leads disconnected, check across leads with ohmmeter. Do not look for a specific
resistance reading. Check for resistance or an open circuit, and change heater if an open circuit is detected.
SERVICE VALVES
The service valves in the outdoor unit come from the factory front seated. This means the refrigerant charge is isolated from
the line-set connection ports. To prevent damage to the valve, use a wet cloth or other accepted heat sink material on the
valve before brazing. The service valves must be back seated (turned counter-clockwise until seated) before the service port
caps can be removed and the hoses of gage manifold connected. In this position, refrigerant has access from and through
outdoor and indoor unit. The service valve cannot be field repaired; therefore, only a complete valve or valve stem seal and
service port caps are available for replacement.
DEFROST CONTROL
The control, which consists of defrost control board and defrost thermostat, interrupts the normal system heating operation to
defrost the outdoor coil, if the coil saturated suction temperature indicates freezing temperatures. Defrost control board can
be field set to check need for defrost (every 30, 50, or 90 minutes of operating time) by connecting the jumper labeled W1
(on the circuit board) to the spade terminal for the defrost time desired. The board is factory set for 90 minutes. The defrost
period is field selectable, depending upon geographic areas and defrost demands. Control board has additional feature that
allows unit to restart in defrost cycle if room thermostat is satisfied during defrost. Defrost control simultaneously stops
outdoor fan, energizes reversing valve solenoid to return system to cooling cycle (out-door unit as condenser, indoor unit as
evaporator), and activates accessory electric heater (if so equipped). The defrost timer limits defrosting period to 10 minutes.
Normally, the frost is removed and the defrost thermostat contacts open to terminate defrosting before 10 minutes have
elapsed. When defrosting is terminated, the outdoor fan motor is energized and reversing valve solenoid is de-energized,
returning unit to heating cycle.
NOTE: If a Heat Pump unit is matched with a High Wall Unit the demand defrost will override the timed defrost. See fan
coil unit installation instructions for details.
REVERSING VALVE
In heat pumps, changeover between heating and cooling modes is accomplished with a valve that reverses flow of refrigerant
in system. The reversing valve solenoid can be checked with power off using an ohmmeter. Check for continuity and shorting
to ground. With the control circuit (24 v) power on, check for correct voltage at solenoid coil, and for burned or overheated
solenoid. With unit operating, other items can be checked, such as frost or condensate on refrigerant lines. Using a remote
measuring device, check inlet and outlet line temperatures. Do not touch lines. If reversing valve is operating normally, inlet
and outlet temperatures on appropriate lines should be similar. Any temperature difference would be due to heat loss or gain
across valve body. Temperatures are best checked with a remote reading electronic-type thermometer with multiple probes.
Figures 9 and 10 show test points on reversing valve for recording temperatures. Insulate points for more accurate reading.
If valve is defective:
1. Shut off all power to unit.
2. Recover all charge from system.
3. Un-sweat valve.
4. Install new valve (wrap valve with a wet rag to prevent overheating while brazing).
5. After valve is brazed in, check for leaks.
6. Evacuate and charge system. Operate system in both modes several times to be sure valve functions properly.
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Discharge Temperature Switch (DTS) Heat Pump Only
Switch used only on sizes 030 and 036 with scroll compressors, senses high discharge temperature levels reached under
extreme operating conditions ( low charge or low evaporator airflow) Approximate cut in and cut out temperatures 290f and
140f respectively.
Thermistors
The outdoor coil temperature thermistor and outdoor air temperature thermistor are used only with duct free systems that use
a microprocessor control. Refer to separate installation instructions for High Wall Systems.
Time Delay Relay (TDR1) Heat Pump Only
Relay used only on sizes 030 and 036 with scroll compressors, ensures that compressor comes to a complete stop before
restarting.
Time Delay Relay (TDR2) Heat Pump Only
Relay prevents nuisance tripping of the low-pressure switch during system switchover after defrost.
Compressor Lock out Switch – Heat Pump Only
Units with compressor lockout protective device shut down on any safety trip. Determine reason for safety trip. To restart,
turn the thermostat to OFF position and then to COOL position.
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SERVICE – 38HDL
WARNING: Before performing recommended maintenance, be sure unit main power switch is turned off. Failure to do so
may result in electrical shock or injury from rotating fan blade.
OUTDOOR FAN
A reinforced wire mount holds the outdoor fan assembly in position. See Fig. 11 for proper mounting positions.
HIGH-PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE
Valve is located in compressor. Relief valve opens at a pressure differential of approximately 450 +/- 50 psig between suction
(low side) and discharge (high side) to allow pressure equalization.
INTERNAL CURRENT AND TEMPERATURE SENSITIVE OVERLOAD
Control resets automatically when internal compressor motor temperature drops to a safe level (overloads may require up to
45 minutes to reset). When an internal overload is suspected of being open, check by using an ohmmeter or continuity tester.
PUMPDOWN PROCEDURE
The system may be pumped down in order to make repairs on low side without losing complete refrigerant charge.
1. Attach pressure gage to suction service valve gage port.
2. Front seat the liquid line valve.
CAUTION: The outdoor unit holds only the factory designated amount of refrigerant. Additional refrigerant may cause
units to relieve pressure through compressor internal pressure relief valve (indicated by a sudden rise of suction pressure)
before suction pressure reaches 5 psig. If this occurs, shut off unit immediately, front seat the vapor valve, and remove and
recover excess refrigerant following accepted practices.
3. Back seat valve, start unit, and run until suction pressure reaches 5 psig.
4. Shut unit off and front seat suction valve.
5. De-pressurize low side of unit and recover refrigerant following accepted practices.
FILTER DRIER (If Installed)
Whenever the accessory, field-installed moisture liquid indicator (if installed) shows presence of moisture, replace the filter
drier. If no indicator is installed, replace the filter drier whenever system has been opened for service or maintenance.
WARNING: DO NOT attempt to simulate system abnormalities. High pressures pose a serious safety hazard.
LOW-PRESSURE
This switch is mounted on the vapor line and has fixed, non-adjustable settings To check pressure switch, attach pressure
gage to service valve gage port. Slowly close shutoff valve and allow compressor to pump down. Do not allow compressor
to pump down below 2 psig. Compressor should shut down when pressure drops to cutout pressure as shown in Physical
Data Section #8, and should restart when pressure builds up to cut-in pressure shown, after CLO (compressor lockout switch)
has been reset and accessory Time Guard device has completed its timing cycle.
NOTE: If pressure switch needs to be replaced, there is a Schrader valve located under the switch so that system will not
need to be evacuated.
SERVICE VALVES
The service valves in the outdoor unit come from the factory front seated. This means the refrigerant charge is isolated from
the line-set connection ports. To prevent damage to the valve, use a wet cloth or other accepted heat sink material on the
valve before brazing. The service valves must be back seated (turned counter-clockwise until seated) before the service port
caps can be removed and the hoses of gage manifold connected. In this position, refrigerant has access from and through
outdoor and indoor unit. The service valve cannot be field repaired; therefore, only a complete valve or valve stem seal and
service port caps are available for replacement.
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Fig. 11 – Condenser Fan Mounting Positions
SERVICE – Multi Split
WARNING: Before performing recommended maintenance, be sure unit main power switch is turned off, and be sure all
disconnects for indoor fan coil units are open. These systems typically have one disconnect per fan coil unit. Failure to turn
off unit main power and open all disconnects may result in electrical shock or injury from rotating fan blade.
OUTDOOR FAN
A reinforced wire mount holds the outdoor fan assembly in position. See Fig. 13 for proper mounting positions.
SCROLL COMPRESSORS
The Multi Split condensing units use scroll compressors. The 024 unit has one compressor, and the 048 unit has 2
compressors which are stacked vertically (using a sheet metal stand to support the top compressor). In the event of a
compressor failure, remove and replace the compressor(s) as follows:
1. Attach refrigerant hose to vapor return line service valve of the circuit related to the defective compressor.
2. Recover refrigerant using accepted techniques.
3. Remove discharge and suction piping from compressor by un-sweating. Pass either nitrogen or another inert gas through
the compressor.
4. Remove compressor-mounting bolts. Use a swivel socket to remove the bolt in the rear.
5. Carefully pull compressor stand and piping away from the compressor to remove the compressor.
6. Reverse Steps 1-5 to install the new compressor.
Time-Delay Device Override
The time delay device can be overridden for easier unit servicing by temporarily shorting the time delay device override
connector (P9) located in the control box. The short MUST be removed before the time delay device timer can be cleared.
System Status LED’s and Fault Codes
In normal operating mode, the green LED located on the outdoor unit microprocessor board will flash on and off at a rate of
once per second. Whenever a fan coils unit, compressor, or outdoor fan is energized, a red LED designated for each fan
coil unit will be illuminated. If there is an error condition, a code will be displayed using the green and red system status
LED’s. The green LED will blink its code first, followed by the red LED. The LED’s will flash at a rate of once every 2
seconds, with a 2-second pause between the last red LED flash and the first green LED flash of the next code. See Trouble
Shooting & Fault Code Section #27
HIGH-PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE
Valve is located in compressor. Relief valve opens at a pressure differential of approximately 450 +/- 50 psig between
suction (low side) and discharge (high side) to allow pressure equalization.
INTERNAL CURRENT AND TEMPERATURE SENSITIVE OVERLOAD
Control resets automatically when internal compressor motor temperature drops to a safe level (overloads may require up to
45 minutes to reset). When an internal overload is suspected of being open, check by using an ohmmeter or continuity
tester.
HIGH-PRESSURE SWITCH
This switch, located on discharge line, protects against high discharge pressures caused by such events as overcharge,
condenser-fan motor failure, system restriction, etc. It opens on pressure rise at about 426 psig. If system pressures go
above this setting during abnormal conditions, the switch opens.
WARNING: DO NOT attempt to simulate these system abnormalities - high pressures pose a serious safety hazard.
High-pressure switch is checked with an ohmmeter. If system pressure is below approximately 320 psig, switch shows
continuity. The high-pressure switch will reset automatically after CLO (compressor lockout switch) has been reset and
time-delay device has completed its timing cycle.
NOTE: If pressure switch needs to be replaced, there is a Schrader valve located under the switch so that system will not
need to be evacuated.
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LOW-PRESSURE SWITCH
This switch, mounted on the vapor return line, has fixed non-adjustable settings. To check pressure switch, attach pressure
gage to vapor return line service valve gage port. Slowly close liquid shutoff valve and allow compressor to pump down.
Do not allow compressor to pump down below 2 psig. Compressor should shut down when suction pressure drops to about
7 psig, and should restart when pressure builds up to about 22 psig after CLO has been reset and time-delay device has
completed its timing cycle.
NOTE: If pressure switch needs to be replaced, there is a Schrader valve located under the switch so that system will not
need to be evacuated.
SERVICE VALVES
The service valves in the outdoor unit are front seated at the factory. This means the refrigerant charge is isolated from the
line-set connection ports. To prevent damage to the valve, use a wet cloth or other accepted heat sink material on the valve
before brazing. The service valves must be back seated (turned counter-clockwise until seated) before the service port caps
are removed and the hoses of gage manifold connected. In this position, refrigerant has access from and through outdoor
and indoor unit. The service valve cannot be field repaired; only a complete valve or valve stem seal and service port caps
are available for replacement.
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Figure 13 – Condenser-Fan Mounting Positions
SERVICE – 38CG, CS, SB, & SC
WARNING: Before performing recommended maintenance, be sure unit main power switch is turned off. Failure to do so
may result in electrical shock or injury from rotating fan blade.
OUTDOOR FAN
A reinforced mount holds the outdoor fan assembly in position.
HIGH-PRESSURE/LOW PRESSURE
High and low pressure are monitored by the microprocessor. There are no serviceable relief valves. If the unit goes off on
pressure see trouble shooting Section #27
INTERNAL CURRENT AND TEMPERATURE SENSITIVE OVERLOAD
Control resets automatically when internal compressor motor temperature drops to a safe level (overloads may require up to
45 minutes to reset). When an internal overload is suspected of being open, check by using an ohmmeter or continuity tester.
PUMPDOWN PROCEDURE
The system may be pumped down in order to make repairs on low side without losing complete refrigerant charge.
1. Attach pressure gage to suction service valve gage port.
2. Front seat the liquid line valve.
CAUTION: The outdoor unit holds only the factory designated amount of refrigerant. Additional refrigerant may cause
units to relieve pressure through compressor internal pressure relief valve (indicated by a sudden rise of suction pressure)
before suction pressure reaches 5 psig. If this occurs, shut off unit immediately, front seat the vapor valve, and remove and
recover excess refrigerant following accepted practices.
3. Back seat valve, start unit, and run until suction pressure reaches 5 psig.
4. Shut unit off and front seat suction valve.
5. De-pressurize low side of unit and recover refrigerant following accepted practices.
FILTER DRIER (If Installed)
Whenever the accessory, field-installed moisture liquid indicator (if installed) shows presence of moisture, replace the filter
drier. If no indicator is installed, replace the filter drier whenever system has been opened for service or maintenance.
WARNING: DO NOT attempt to simulate system abnormalities. High pressures pose a serious safety hazard.
SERVICE VALVES
The service valves in the outdoor unit come from the factory front seated. This means the refrigerant charge is isolated from
the line-set connection ports. To prevent damage to the valve, use a wet cloth or other accepted heat sink material on the
valve before brazing. The service valves must be back seated (turned counter-clockwise until seated) before the service port
caps can be removed and the hoses of gage manifold connected. In this position, refrigerant has access from and through
outdoor and indoor unit. The service valve cannot be field repaired; therefore, only a complete valve or valve stem seal and
service port caps are available for replacement.
START-UP – High Wall Systems
Complete the following checks and the Start-Up checklist before system start-up. Refer to outdoor unit installation,
start-up and service instructions for system start-up procedures and refrigerant charging methods.
1. Check condensate drainage system. Add water to check the drainage flow. If water does not flow regularly,
check the pipe slope or see if there are any pipe restrictions.
2. Make sure that all wiring connections are correct and tight.
3. Make sure that all barriers, covers, and panels are in place.
4. Ensure that the filters have been installed and that the discharge louvers are correctly positioned.
WARNING: Never operate unit without a filter. Damage to the unit or personal injury may result.
5. If the unit is equipped with a crankcase heater, energize a minimum of 24 hours before starting the unit. To
energize crankcase heater only, close indoor unit disconnect, then with the remote controller, set unit in off mode
and close the outdoor unit disconnect.
6. Fully backseat (open) the liquid and vapor tube service valves.
7. Unit is shipped with valve stems front seated and caps factory installed. Replace stem caps after system is opened
to refrigerant flow (back seated). Replace caps finger tight.
8. With the remote controller, turn on the unit and operate in each mode (as applicable) for 15 minutes to test for
proper operation. Do not operate in cooling mode if outdoor temperature is below 55 F or 0° F unless unit is
equipped with low ambient control. Do not operate in heating mode (heat pump systems only) if the outdoor
temperature is above 75 F.
9. Test for proper refrigerant charge using the superheat method or subcooling method.
10. Explain basic system operation to the owner.
AFTER EXTENDED SHUTDOWNS
If the system has been turned off for more than 12 hours, turn on the indoor and outdoor units disconnect switches
to supply power to the system for 12 hours BEFORE starting the system.
SEASONAL CHANGEOVERS
When changing heat pump system from cooling to heating or heating to cooling, or before starting cooling only
system after it has been out of use for the winter season, perform the following steps BEFORE starting the system:
1. Inspect and clean the outdoor unit, particularly the coil.
2. Clean or replace the air filters in the indoor unit.
3. Clean the indoor units drain pan and drainpipe, and re-move any obstructions.
4. Turn on indoor and outdoor unit disconnect switches to supply power to the system 12 hours before starting the
system.
TO TURN THE UNIT ON AND OFF
To turn the unit on, press the ON/OFF button on the Remote Control. Unit will start. To stop unit operation, press
the ON/OFF button again. Unit will stop. Refer to Owner’s Manual enclosed with the fan coil unit or Controls
Section #20 for full remote control operating details.
ADJUSTING AIRFLOW
The airflow direction may be adjusted up and down using the remote controller, and from side to side by manually
moving the vents. For cooling only units and heat pump units when in the cooling mode, set the louvers to
discharge straight out parallel to the floor. For the heat pump units operating in heating mode, it is recommended
that the air discharge louvers be set to discharge vertically.
NOTE: The full swing range of the mode selected will automatically be used if auto. fan mode is selected.
OPERATING MODE MEMORY
After the system is turned off or after a power failure, the system remains in the last operating mode selected. When
the system is turned back on, or when power is automatically restored, operation continues in the same operating
mode as when power shut down.
START-UP – Under Ceiling Systems
WARNING: Never operate unit without a filter or with grille removed; damage to the unit or personal injury
may result. Make the following checks and complete the Start-Up Checklist before system start-up. Refer to
Installation, Start-Up and Service Instructions for system start-up instructions and refrigerant charging methods.
1. Check condensate drainage system:
a. Remove grille and frame from the unit.
b. On the opposite side of the drain connection, insert a water bottle up into the fan coil unit and fill drain pan.
Water must flow steadily, if not, check the pipe slope or inspect for any pipe restrictions.
2. Make sure that all wiring connections are correct and that they are tight.
3. Check that all barriers, covers, and panels are in place. Ensure that the filters and return-air grilles have been
installed and that the discharge louvers are positioned correctly.
AFTER EXTENDED SHUTDOWN
If the system has been turned off for more than 12 hours, turn on the indoor and outdoor units disconnect
switches to supply power to the system for 12 hours BEFORE starting the system.
SEASONAL CHANGEOVERS
When changing heat pump system from cooling to heating or heating to cooling, or before starting cooling only
system after it has been out of use for the winter season, perform the following steps BEFORE starting the
system:
1. Inspect and clean the outdoor unit, particularly the coil.
2. Clean or replace the air filters in the indoor unit.
3. Clean the indoor units drain pan and drainpipe, and remove any obstructions.
4. Turn on indoor and outdoor unit disconnect switches to supply power to the system 12 hours before starting
the system.
ADJUSTING AIRFLOW
Automatic Air Sweep
All units are equipped with an automatic air sweep feature, which automatically directs the airflow louvers up
and down to provide optimum room air circulation. If the auto. Sweep feature is not desired, temporarily start
the auto. sweep using the remote thermostat (press Air Sweep button). When the louvers are in the desired
position, turn the auto. Sweep off (press Air Sweep button again) to hold them in that position.
OPERATING MODE MEMORY
After the system is turned off or after a power failure, the system remains in the last operating mode selected.
When the system is turned back on, or when power is automatically restored, operation continues in the same
operating mode as when the system shut down.
START-UP – Console Systems
WARNING: Never operate unit without a filter or with grille removed; damage to the unit or personal injury
may result. Make the following checks and complete the Start-Up Checklist before system start-up. Refer to
Installation, Start-Up and Service Instructions for system start-up instructions and refrigerant charging methods.
1. Check condensate drainage system:
a. Remove grille and frame from the unit.
b. On the opposite side of the drain connection, insert a water bottle up into the fan coil unit and fill drain pan.
Water must flow steadily, if not, check the pipe slope or inspect for any pipe restrictions.
2. Make sure that all wiring connections are correct and that they are tight.
3. Check that all barriers, covers, and panels are in place. Ensure that the filters and return-air grilles have been
installed and that the discharge louvers are positioned correctly.
AFTER EXTENDED SHUTDOWN
If the system has been turned off for more than 12 hours, turn on the indoor and outdoor units disconnect
switches to supply power to the system for 12 hours BEFORE starting the system. (Heat Pump Systems)
SEASONAL CHANGEOVERS
When changing heat pump system from cooling to heating or heating to cooling, or before starting cooling only
system after it has been out of use for the winter season, perform the following steps BEFORE starting the
system:
1. Inspect and clean the outdoor unit, particularly the coil.
2. Clean or replace the air filters in the indoor unit.
3. Clean the indoor units drain pan and drainpipe, and remove any obstructions.
4. Turn on indoor and outdoor unit disconnect switches to supply power to the system 12 hours before starting
the system.
ADJUSTING AIRFLOW
Automatic Air Sweep
All units are equipped with an automatic air sweep feature, which automatically directs the airflow louvers up
and down to provide optimum room air circulation. If the auto. Sweep feature is not desired, temporarily start
the auto. sweep using the remote control. When the louvers are in the desired position, turn the auto. Sweep off
(press Air Sweep button again) to hold them in that position.
OPERATING MODE MEMORY
After the system is turned off or after a power failure, the system remains in the last operating mode selected.
When the system is turned back on, or when power is automatically restored, operation continues in the same
operating mode as when the system shut down.
START-UP - Cassette Units
Make the following checks and complete the Start-Up Checklist before system start-up. Refer to outdoor unit
Installation, Start-Up, and Service manual for system start-up instructions and refrigerant charging methods. Be
sure to use the system refrigerant charge shown in Section #4 or #14 or on the outdoor unit nameplate.
1. Check condensate drainage system.
a. Remove grille(s) and frame from the unit.
b. On the opposite side of the drain connection, insert a water bottle up into the fan coil unit and fill drain pan.
Water must flow regularly with condensate pump energized. If water does not, check the pipe slope or see if
there is any pipe restrictions.
NOTE: The unit is equipped with a safety float switch to de-energize the compressor if the drain water level
gets too high.
2. Make sure that all wiring connections are correct and that they are tight.
3. Make sure that all barriers, covers, and panels are in place.
4. Ensure that the filters and return air grilles have been installed and that the discharge louvers are correctly
positioned.
WARNING: Never operate unit without a filter or with grille(s) removed. Damage to the unit or personal in
jury may result.
START-UP - Satellite Units
Make the following checks and complete the Start-Up Checklist before system start-up. Refer to outdoor unit
Installation, Start-Up, and Service manual for system start-up instructions and refrigerant charging methods. Be
sure to use the system refrigerant charge shown in Section #4 or #14 or on the outdoor unit nameplate.
1. Check condensate drainage system to ensure the condensate line is securely fastened and insulated.
2. Make sure that all wiring connections are correct and that they are tight.
3. Make sure that all barriers, covers, and panels are in place.
4. Ensure that the filters and return air grilles have been installed and correctly positioned.
WARNING: Never operate unit without a filter or with grille(s) removed. Damage to the unit or personal in
jury may result.
START-UP - Multi-Split
LEAK TEST
Field piping and all tubing connections must be leak tested by the pressure method. Use R-22 at approximately
25 psig backed up with an inert gas to reach a total system pressure not to exceed 245 psig.
EVACUATE AND DEHYDRATE
Field piping and fan coil must be evacuated and dehydrated to 1,000 microns using accepted practices.
WARNING: Service valves must be fully back seated to close service port. There is no Schrader valve at the
service port, and failure to back seat the valve could result in loss of system charge or personal injury.
CHARGE SYSTEM
Release charge into system by opening (back seating) vapor supply and vapor return line service valves. Open
ONLY those service valve sets, which have fan coil unit sections connected to them. DO NOT open valves
where no field tubing has been connected.
PRELIMINARY CHECKS
Complete Start-Up Checklist and the following checks prior to starting up unit.
1. Check condensate drainage system. To do this, add a small amount of water into each fan coil unit condensate
pan, and ensure that each pan drains freely. Inspect drain pans and lines, and clean as required.
2. Make sure that all wiring connections are correct and tight.
3. Check all barriers, covers, and panels to ensure they are in place.
4. Identify which fan coil unit valve sets have been connected.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT open valves that do not have fan coil units connected to them.
5. Unit is shipped with the valve stems front seated and caps factory installed. Remove caps from all valves to
which fan coil units have been connected. Replace caps and tighten until finger tight.
6. Fully back seat (open) the vapor supply and vapor return tube service valves.
7. Turn on main disconnects to indoor fan coil units and outdoor condensing unit.
8. Using the controller for each indoor fan coil unit, turn on each fan coil unit and operate each unit in
each mode (i.e., electric heat [if provided], and fan cooling) for 15 minutes to test for proper operation.
9. Test for proper refrigerant charge in each circuit using the subcooling method.
START-UP – 38HDC, 38HDL, & 38QR
NOTE: All outdoor units with a reciprocating compressor have a crankcase heater. Heater should be
energized for a minimum of 12 hours prior to unit start-up.
LEAK TEST
Field piping and all tubing connections must be leak tested by the pressure method. Use R-22 at approximately
25 psig backed up with an inert gas to reach a total system pressure not to exceed 245 psig.
EVACUATE AND DEHYDRATE
Field piping and fan coil must be evacuated and dehydrated to 1000 microns.
WARNING: Service valves must be fully back seated to close service port. There is no Schrader valve at the
service port, and failure to backseat the valve could result in loss of system charge or personal injury.
CHARGE SYSTEM
Release charge into system by opening (back seating) vapor supply and vapor return line service valves.
PRELIMINARY CHECKS
Complete Start-Up Checklist and the following checks prior to starting up unit.
1. Check condensate drainage system. To do this, add a small amount of water into the fan coil units condensate
pan, and ensure that the pan drains freely. Inspect pan and lines, and clean as required.
2. Make sure that all wiring connections are correct and tight.
3. Check all barriers, covers, and panels to ensure they are in place.
4. Unit is shipped with the valve stems front seated and caps factory installed. Remove caps from all valves to
which a fan coil unit has been connected. Replace caps and tighten until finger tight.
5. Fully backseat (open) the vapor and liquid tube service valves.
6. Turn on main disconnects to indoor fan coil and outdoor units.
7. Turn on the fan coil unit and operate it in each mode (i.e., electric heat [if provided] and fan cooling) for 15
minutes to test for proper operation. Use the fan coil remote controller if unit is so equipped.
8. Test for proper refrigerant charge using the subcooling method.
TO START UNIT
NOTE: When using outdoor unit in conjunction with 40QA, 40QN or 40QK fan coil, refer to start-up
instructions included with fan coil for correct start-up procedures. Be sure that crankcase heater (if so equipped)
has been on for 12 hours and that field disconnect is closed. Set room thermostat below ambient temperature.
Operate unit for 15 minutes, and then check system refrigerant charge. See Charge Verification Section #19.
Unit compressor starts after a 5-minute delay if equipped with accessory Time Guard® II device.
START-UP CHECKLIST
Outdoor Unit: Model Number ________________
Serial Number ____________________
Indoor Unit: Model Number __________________
Serial Number ____________________
PRE-START-UP (For One or More Systems)
Outdoor Unit
IS THERE ANY SHIPPING DAMAGE? (Y/N) ___________________
IF SO, WHERE? ____________________________________________
WILL THIS DAMAGE PREVENT UNIT START-UP? (Y/N) _____
CHECK POWER SUPPLY. DOES IT AGREE WITH UNIT DATAPLATE? (Y/N) _____
HAS THE GROUND WIRE BEEN CONNECTED? (Y/N) _____
HAS THE CIRCUIT PROTECTION BEEN SIZED AND INSTALLED PROPERLY? (Y/N) _____
ARE THE POWER WIRES TO THE UNIT SIZED AND INSTALLED PROPERLY? (Y/N) _____
ARE ALL TERMINALS TIGHT? (Y/N) _____
IS COOLING PISTON INSTALLED, THE CORRECT SIZE, & IN THE CORRECT DIRECTION ? (Y/N) _____
IS HEATING PISTON INSTALLED, THE CORRECT SIZE, & IN THE CORRECT DIRECTION ? (Y/N) _____
Piping
ARE REFRIGERANT LINES CONNECTED TO SERVICE VALVE SETS? (Y/N) _____
ARE CONTROL POWER LINES CONNECTED TO CONTROL POWER TERMINAL BLOCK? (Y/N) _____
ARE THERMISTOR CABLES CONNECTED TO CORRECT THERMISTOR PLUGS? (Y/N) _____
ARE THERMISTOR CABLES SEATED? (Y/N) _____
ARE TERMINALS SNUG IN THE HOUSINGS ? (Y/N) _____
ARE SERVICE VALVES OPENED AND BACKSEATED? (Y/N) _____
ARE STEM VALVES INSTALLED AND SNUG? (Y/N) _____
HAVE ALL REFRIGERANT CONNECTIONS AND PIPING JOINTS BEEN CHECKED FOR LEAKS? (Y/N) ______
Indoor Fan Coil Unit
Piping
CHECK TO BE SURE ACCURATER DEVICE IS INSTALLED IN FAN COIL UNIT. _____
HAVE REFRIGERANT CONNECTIONS BEEN CHECKED FOR LEAKS? (Y/N) _____
IS CONDENSATE LINE CONNECTED? (Y/N) _____
DOES CONDENSATE LINE DRAIN FREELY? (Y/N) _____
IF ACCESSORY CONDENSATE PUMP IS INSTALLED, IS MAXIMUM LIFT OF PUMP LESS THAN 20 INCHES?
(Y/N) _____
IF ACCESSORY CONDENSATE PUMP IS INSTALLED, DOES PUMP START AND RUN ACCORDING TO CONTROLS
SPECIFICATION? (Y/N) _____
Controls
ARE CONTROL POWER LINES AND THERMISTOR CABLES ROUTED SEPARATELY (NOT IN SAME CONDUIT
AND NOT IN SAME MULTI-CONDUCTOR CABLE)? (Y/N) _____
ARE CONTROL WIRES AND THERMISTOR CABLES CONNECTED TO THE SAME CIRCUIT AS ASSOCIATED
REFRIGERANT LINES? (Y/N) _____
Units with Wired Remote Controller
CHECK CONNECTIONS OF CABLE LEADS AT SUBBASE. THEY SHOULD BE AS FOLLOWS:
TERMINAL
1
2
3
4
5
COLOR
Red
Black
Brown
Orange
White
CHECK ROUTING OF LEADS WITHIN SUBBASE; ARE THERE PINCHED OR CUT LEADS? (Y/N) _____
(MORE)
CHECK MOUNTING OF SUBBASE TO WALL, IS IT TIGHT (DO NOT APPLY EXCESSIVE FORCE TO MOUNTING
SCREW)? (Y/N) _____
Units with Wireless Remote Controller
CHECK MOUNTING OF INTERFACE BOARD; ARE STANDOFFS USED (TO MAINTAIN FIXED SEPARATION
ABOVE SHEET METAL CHASSIS)? (Y/N) _____
CHECK CONNECTION OF POWER SUPPLY PLUG (2-CIRCUIT MOLEX PLUG) ON INTERFACE BOARD; IS THE
BLUE LEAD CONNECTED TO PIN 1? (Y/N) _____
ARE FRESH BATTERIES INSTALLED PROPERLY IN THE FAN COIL UNIT REMOTE CONTROLLER (PER DIAGRAM
IN CONTROLLER)? (Y/N) _____
DOES THE REMOTE CONTROLLER BACKLIGHT ILLUMINATE WHEN THE BUTTON ON THE BACK OF THE
REMOTE CONTROLLER IS PRESSED? (Y/N) _____
Fan System
DOES THE FAN ROTATE FREELY? (Y/N) _____
ARE AIR FILTERS IN PLACE? (Y/N) _____
Power Supply
DOES THE POWER SUPPLY MATCH THE FAN COIL UNIT DATA PLATE? (Y/N)
IS GROUND WIRE CONNECTED? (Y/N) _____
START-UP
A. Check Indoor Fan Operation
Under Ceiling Fan Coil Units
SELECT FAN MODE, THEN INITIATE TEST SEQUENCE. DOES THE FAN COIL UNIT START AT LOW SPEED, THEN
SHIFT TO MEDIUM SPEED, AND THEN SHIFT TO HIGH SPEED? (Y/N) _____
Cassette Fan Coil Units
POSITION SELECTOR SWITCH AT SUBBASE IN EACH FAN SPEED SETTING IN SEQUENCE. DOES THE FAN COIL
UNIT CHANGE SPEEDS PER SWITCH SETTING? (Y/N) _____
B. Start System Operation at the Fan Coil Unit
SELECT COOLING MODE AND ADJUST SET POINT TO BE BELOW CURRENT ROOM TEMPERATURE. OBSERVE
OPERATION OF OUTDOOR CONDENSING UNIT:
DOES COMPRESSOR START (AFTER INITIAL TIME DELAY) AND RUN? (Y/N) _____
DOES OUTDOOR FAN RUN OR CYCLE ACCORDING TO SPACE REQUIREMENTS? (Y/N) _____
DE-SELECT COOLING MODE AT INDOOR FAN COIL UNIT, AND RECORD ALL INFORMATION BELOW:
AFTER AT LEAST 15 MINUTES RUNNING TIME, RECORD THE MEASUREMENTS BELOW. FOR MULTIPLE
SYSTEMS, REPEAT THIS PROCEDURE FOR EACH SYSTEM.
COMPRESSOR AMPS (L1/L2)
OIL PRESSURE
VAPOR LINE PRESSURE
VAPOR LINE TEMP
DISCHARGE PRESSURE
DISCHARGE LINE TEMP
ENTERING OUTDOOR-AIR TEMP
LEAVING OUTDOOR-AIR TEMP
INDOOR ENTERING-AIR dB (dry bulb) TEMP
INDOOR ENTERING-AIR WB (wet bulb) TEMP
INDOOR LEAVING-AIR dB TEMP
INDOOR LEAVING-AIR WB TEMP
VAPOR SUPPLY LINE TEMPERATURE
(AT VAPOR SUPPLY LINE SOLENOID VALVE COIL)
SYSTEM A
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
FAN COIL UNIT
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
SYSTEM B
_________
_________
_________
_________
_________
_________
_________
_________
Installation
Wire Diagrams (Under Development)
40QNB009 to 38AN009
40QNB012 to 38AN012
40QNB018 to 38HDC018
40QNB018 to 38HDL018
40QNB024 to 38HDL018
40QNB024 to 38HDC024
40QNB024 to 38HDL024
40QNE009 to 38BK009
40QNH012 to 38BK012
40QNH018 to 38BK018
40QNH024 to 38BK024
Legend
Cooling Only
Heat Pump
Installation
Wire Diagrams (Under Development)
40QAB024-3 to 38HDC018-3
40QAB024-3 to 38HDL018-3
40QAB024-3 to 38HDC024-3
40QAB024-3 to 38HDL024-3
40QAB036-3 to 38HDC030-3
40QAB036-3 to 38HDL030-3
40QAB036-3 to 38HDC036-3, 5, 6
40QAB036-3 to 38HDL036-3
40QAB048-3 to 38HDC048-3, 5, 6
40QAB048-3 to 38HDL048-3
40QAB060-3 to 38HDC060-3, 5, 6
40QAB060-3 to 38HDL060-3
x
40QAE024-3 to 38QR-018C-3
40QAE024-3 to 38QR-024C-3
40QAE036-3 to 38QR-030C-3
40QAE036-3 to 38QR-036C-3
40QAE036-3 to 38QR-036C-5, 6
40QAE048-3 to 38QR-048C-3, 5, 6
40QAE060-3 to 38QR-060C-3, 5, 6
x
Legend
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Cooling Only
Heat Pump
Installation
Wire Diagrams (Under Development)
40QKB024-3 to 38HDC018-3
40QKB024-3 to 38HDL018-3
40QKB036-3 to 38HDC024-3
40QKB036-3 to 38HDL024-3
40QKB036-3 to 38HDC030-3
40QKB036-3 to 38HDL030-3
40QKB036-3 to 38HDC036-3, 5, 6
40QKB036-3 to 38HDL036-3
x
40QKE024-3 to 38QR-018C-3
40QKE036-3 to 38QR-024C-3
40QKE036-3 to 38QR030C-3
40QKE048-3 to 38QR036C-3, 5, 6
x
Legend
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Cooling Only
40 QN CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
To avoid the possibility of electric shock, before performing any cleaning and maintenance operations always turn off power to the system by pressing the
orange ON/OFF button on the remote controller. Turn
off the outdoor disconnect switch located near the outdoor unit. If the indoor unit is on a separate switch, be
sure it is also disconnected.
For proper system operation, perform the cleaning and maintenance operations in Table 9.
Lubrication — The indoor-fan automatic air sweep motor, and the outdoor-fan motor are factory lubricated and require no oiling.
To Install or Replace Remote Controller
Batteries
Do not drop the remote controller — damage to the device may result. Avoid getting the controller wet.
When shutting down the system for an extended period of
time, it is advisable to remove the batteries.
Consult distributor if any other equipment is turned on or
shows signs of disrupted operation if you use the wireless
remote controller, or if the system is turned on or shows signs
of disrupted operation when the remote controller of any other
equipment is used.
To Set the Current Time
1. Press the TA button (located on the back of the remote
controller; see Fig. 19) with an instrument screwdriver or
similar small, pointed tool, and the current time indication symbol flashes.
Note that the controller comes preset from the factory set
for 6:00 a.m.
2. Set the current time with the hour and minute buttons on
the front of the remote controller (see Fig. 19) while the
current time indication is flashing. Note that a.m. and p.m.
are also indicated as the times are scrolled through.
3. Press TA again. The flashing will stop and the current
time will be reset to the new setting.
To Remove and Clean or Replace Air Filters
NOTE: Before replacing the batteries, note that the remote
controller signal can be affected if electronic fluorescent
lights are installed nearby. The batteries may not need to be
replaced. If you suspect this is the problem, consult your
Carrier distributor.
Batteries should be replaced once a year. Use 2 batteries
(1.5 v, dc-type, AAA alkaline batteries). Never use old or
recharged batteries together with new ones.
To replace batteries:
1. Slide the battery cover off from the back of the remote
controller. See Fig. 18.
2. Insert the 2 batteries in accordance with the markings
on the remote controller, so that the poles are correct
(+ and −).
3. Press the RST button using an instrument screwdriver
or similar small, pointed tool.
4. Replace the cover securely.
It is time to replace the remote controller batteries when
the remote controller function becomes irregular, or the system no longer responds to commands given close to the unit.
Operating your system with dirty air filters may damage
the indoor unit and can also cause reduced cooling performance, intermittent system operation, frost build-up
on the indoor coil, and blown fuses. Inspect and clean
or replace the air filters monthly.
TO REMOVE AIR FILTERS:
1. Open fan coil unit front panel (lift). See Fig. 20.
2. Pull the filters down to remove.
TO CLEAN OR REPLACE FILTERS — Filters should be
vacuumed and washed with warm water (see Fig. 20). Shake
filter to remove any excess water, dry thoroughly, and replace by sliding filter behind front grille until filter snaps in
place.
If the filter has begun to break down or is torn, it needs to
be replaced. Replacement filters are available through your
Carrier distributor.
NOTE: DO NOT put filters in the dishwasher.
Table 9 — Cleaning and Maintenance Schedule
TASK
INDOOR UNIT
Clean Air Filters
Clean Drain Pipe
Clean Condensate Drain Pan
Replace Batteries in the Remote Controller
Clean Indoor Unit Front Panel
OUTDOOR UNIT
Clean the Fins From Outside
Open the Unit and Clean Fins Inside
Remove Dust From Electrical Parts
Check Electrical Connections are Tight
Clean Outdoor Fan
Check that Outdoor Fan Assembly is Tight
Clean Drain Pan
MONTHLY
QUARTERLY
YEARLY
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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To Clean Indoor Unit Front Panel — If the front
panel of the unit becomes dirty or smudged, wipe the outside of the front panel with a soft dry cloth. If necessary, use
a mild liquid detergent and wipe off carefully with a dry cloth.
When cleaning the front panel, NEVER use water hotter than 105 F, and DO NOT pour water into the fan
coil unit. Do not use abrasive or petroleum based cleaners — damage to unit appearance will result.
To Clean Indoor Coil — To clean the coil, remove indoor unit front panel, and vacuum the coil fins. Use care not
to bend or damage fins.
To Clean Outdoor Coil (Outdoor Unit)
Some metal parts and sharp fins of outdoor unit coil can
cause personal injury during cleaning. Clean coil
carefully.
To clean the outdoor coil:
1. Remove any dirt or obstruction from discharge opening.
2. Use garden hose to spray water on the coil. Debris that
collects between coil fins inhibits heat transfer — direct
the water spray between coil fins to flush out debris.
To Clean Condensate Drains — Clean all drains and
drain pans at the start of each cooling season. Check the flow
by pouring water into the drain.
REMOVE COVER
INSERT NEW BATTERIES
PRESS RST
NOTE: Be sure to insert new batteries correctly (as shown).
Fig. 18 — Installing or Replacing Batteries
PRESS TA
SET TIME
PRESS TA
Fig. 19 — Setting the Current Time
REMOVE FILTER
VACUUM CLEAN
Fig. 20 — Air Filter Maintenance
RINSE WITH WATER
Do not wash filter in water over 120 F (to avoid shrinkage). Do not expose filter to fire (to avoid fire damage).
Do not expose filter to direct sunlight. Clean filter more
frequently when air is extremely dirty.
Do not attempt to clean or service components in control box.
For proper system operation, perform the cleaning and maintenance operations in Table 8.
Lubrication — The indoor-fan, automatic air sweep, and
the outdoor-fan motors are factory lubricated and require no
oiling.
To Remove and Clean or Replace Air Filters
(Fig. 23)
Operating your system with dirty air filters may damage
the indoor unit and, in addition, can cause reduced cooling performance, intermittent system operation, frost
build-up on the indoor coil, and blown fuses. Inspect
and clean or replace the air filters monthly.
TO REMOVE AIR FILTERS — Remove filters by pulling
them straight out.
Fig. 23 — Cleaning Filters
40 QA CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
To avoid the possibility of electric shock, before performing any cleaning and maintenance operations, always turn off power to the system by pressing the mode
button on the remote thermostat until the display shows
‘‘OFF,’’ and turning off the outdoor disconnect switch
located near the outdoor unit. If the indoor unit is on a
separate switch, be sure to turn this disconnect off as
well.
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Table 8 – Cleaning and Maintenance Schedule
TASK
INDOOR UNIT
Clean Air Filters
Clean Drain Pipe
Clean Condensate Drain Pan
Clean Indoor Coil
Clean Indoor Unit Front Panel
OUTDOOR UNIT
Clean the Fins From Outside
Open the Unit and Clean Fins Inside
Remove Dust From Electrical Parts
Check Electrical Connections are Tight
Clean Outdoor Fan
Clean Outdoor Coil
Check that Outdoor Fan Assembly is Tight
Clean Drain Pan
MONTHLY
QUARTERLY
YEARLY
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
NOTE: Maintenance procedures for the outdoor units are in the 38HDC, HDS, and QRC installation instructions.
TO CLEAN OR REPLACE FILTERS – Filters can be vacuumed or washed in warm water. Shake filter to remove any
excess water, and replace by sliding filter behind grille until
filter snaps in place.
If the filter has begun to break down or is torn, replace it.
Replacement filters are available through your Carrier
distributor.
To Clean Indoor Unit Bottom Panel – If the bottom panel of the unit becomes dirty or smudged, wipe the
outside of the panel with a soft dry cloth. Use a mild liquid
detergent and wipe off carefully with a dry cloth.
To Clean Indoor Coil – To clean the coil, remove indoor unit bottom panel and vacuum the coil fins, using care
not to bend or damage fins.
To Clean Outdoor Coil (Outdoor Unit)
Some metal parts and sharp fins of outdoor unit coil can
cause personal injury during cleaning. Clean coil carefully.
To clean the outdoor coil:
1. Remove any dirt or obstruction from discharge opening.
2. Use a garden hose to spray water on the coil. Debris that
collects between coil fins inhibits heat transfer – direct
the water spray between coil fins to flush out debris.
To Clean Condensate Drains – Clean all drains and
drain pans at the start of each cooling season. Check the flow
by pouring water into the drain.
TO CLEAN OR REPLACE DRAIN PAN
1. Place a plastic sheet on the floor to catch any water that
may spill from drain pan.
2. Remove the intake grille and distribution assembly (attached). See Fig. 23.
3. Remove the condensate water in the drain pan by letting
water drain into a 3-gallon bucket.
Do not use a screwdriver to pry drain pan out of
assembly – it could damage the pan.
4. Remove the 4 screws holding the drain pan.
5. Carefully hold the drain pan to remove it from the
assembly.
40 CG, CS CARE AND MAINTENANCE
TO REMOVE AND CLEAN OR REPLACE AIR
FILTERS
Step 1 – Maintenance (Outdoor Unit)
CAUTION
WARNING
Before performing recommended maintenance,
be sure unit main power switch is turned off.
Failure to do so may result in electric shock or
injury from rotating fan blade.
CLEANING COILS
Coil should be washed out with water or blown out
with compressed air. Clean coil annually or as
required by location and outdoor air conditions.
Inspect coil monthly and clean as required. Fins are
not continuous through coil sections. Dirt and debris
may pass through first section, become trapped
between the row of fins, and restrict outdoor unit
airflow. Use a flashlight to determine if dirt or debris
has collected between coil sections.
Clean coil as follows:
1. Turn off unit power.
2. Using a garden hose or other suitable
equipment, flush coil from the outside to
remove dirt. Be sure to flush all dirt and
debris from drain holes in base of unit. Fan
motors are waterproof.
Step 2 – Maintenance (Indoor Unit)
CAUTION
To avoid the possibility of electric shock, before
performing any cleaning and maintenance
operations, always turn off power to the system
by pressing the mode button on the remote
control unit until the display shows “OFF,” and
turn off the separate disconnect switch located
near the unit. If the indoor unit is on a separate
switch, be sure to turn this disconnect off as well.
CAUTION
Do not wash filter in water over 120°F (to avoid
shrinkage). Do not expose filter to fire (to avoid
fire damage). Do not expose filter to direct
sunlight. Clean filter more frequently when air is
extremely dirty.
CAUTION
Do not attempt to clean or service components in
control box.
LUBRICATION
The indoor-fan, automatic air sweep, and the outdoorfan motors are factory lubricated and require no oiling.
Operating your system with dirty air filters may
damage the indoor unit and, in addition, can
cause reduced performance, intermittent system
operation, frost build up on the indoor coil, and
blown fuses. Inspect and clean or replace the air
filters monthly.
To Remove Air Filters
Remove filters by pulling them straight out.
To Clean Or Replace Filters
Filters can be vacuumed or washed in warm water.
Shake filter to remove any excess water, and replace
by sliding filter behind grille until filter snaps in place.
If the filter has begun to break down or is torn, replace
it. Replacement filters are available through your
Carrier distributor.
To Clean Indoor Unit Bottom/Front Panel
If the bottom/front panel of the unit becomes dirty or
smudged, wipe the outside of the panel with a soft dry
cloth. Use a mild liquid detergent and wipe off
carefully with a dry cloth.
To Clean Indoor Coil
To clean the coil, remove indoor unit bottom/front
panel and vacuum the coil fins, using care not to bend
or damage fins.
To Clean Condensate Drains
Clean all drains and drain pans at the start of each
cooling season. Check the flow by pouring water into
the drain.
To Clean Or Replace Drain Pan
1. Place a plastic sheet on the floor to catch
any water that may spill from the drain pan.
2. Remove the intake grille and distribution
assembly.
3. Remove the condensate water in the drain
pan by letting water drain into a 3-gallon
bucket.
40 QK SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
Remove unit grille, filter, and condensate pan for cleaning, lubricating, or replacing parts.
To avoid personal injury or damage to unit, do not service until all power sources are shut down, locked out,
and tagged out. Failure to do so could result in personal
injury or unit damage.
Minimum Maintenance
Fig. 18 – Intake Grille Slotted Screws
1. Check, clean, or replace air filter each month or as
required.
2. Check cooling coil, drain pan, condensate trap, and condensate drain pan each cooling season for cleanliness. Clean
as necessary.
3. Check fan motor and wheel for cleanliness each heating
and cooling season.
4. Check electrical connections for tightness and controls
for proper operation each heating and cooling season. Service as necessary.
Servicing
TO CLEAN OR REPLACE RETURN AIR FILTERS
1. Open intake grille by turning screws as shown in
Fig. 18.
2. Slide filter out.
3. Vacuum clean or wash filter with soapy water. Rinse and
let air dry. If filter needs replacing, filters are available
from the local dealer.
If air filter is not replaced in the unit, dust and dirt
gather in air conditioner and operation becomes
impaired.
TO CLEAN OR REPLACE DRAIN PAN
1. Place a plastic sheet on the floor to catch any water that
may spill from drain pan.
2. Remove the air intake and distribution assembly. Remove the condensate water in the drain pan by pulling
out the rubber drain plug (Fig. 19) and letting water drain
into a 3-gallon bucket.
Do not use a screw driver to pry drain pan out of
assembly. It could damage the pan.
3. Remove screws holding the drain pan. On size 024, there
are 4 screws, and on sizes 036 and 048 there are 6 screws.
Carefully hold the drain pan to remove it from the
assembly.
4. Re-install the drain pan using the appropriate number of
screws. Center and align the metal fan inlet orifice
(Fig. 19) with the fan. Ensure the fan spins freely.
Fig. 19 – Drain Plug
INSTALLATION OPTIONS
40 HD CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
To avoid the possibility of electrical shock, before
performing any cleaning and maintenance operations,
always turn off the power to the system by shutting off
the outdoor disconnect switch located near the outdoor
unit. If the indoor unit is on a separate switch, be sure
it is also disconnected.
WARNING
As with all mechanical equipment, personal injury
can result from sharp metal edges, etc. Use care
when removing parts.
WARNING
Never operate unit without an air filter or with
grille removed; damage to the unit or personal
injury may result.
Outdoor Coil
WARNING
Some metal parts and sharp fins of outdoor unit
condensing coil can cause personal injury during
cleaning. Clean coil carefully.
To clean the outdoor coil:
1. Remove any dirt or obstruction from
discharge opening.
2. Use a garden hose to spray water on the coil.
Debris that collects between coil fins
inhibits heat transfer – direct the water spray
between coil fins to flush out debris.
Indoor Coil – Visually inspect indoor coil once a
year by removing condensate pan access panel. To
clean coil, flush with commercial coil cleaner from the
coil access side.
Air Filters – It is recommended that air filters be
replaced monthly.
Condensate Drain – Clean all drains and drain
pans at the start of each cooling season. Check the
flow by pouring water into the drain.
Drain Pipe – Clean condensate drain quarterly,
using a stiff brush.
Indoor-Fan Motor – Visually inspect fan motor
and wheel semiannually. BE SURE POWER TO
THE UNIT IS OFF BEFORE PERFORMING THE
FOLLOWING CHECK: If the unit has been shut
down for an extended period of time, rotate the fan
manually to ensure there are no obstructions that block
free movement.
B. Compressor
38 HDC, 38 HDL, 38 QR MAINTENANCE
Compressor contains factory oil charge; replace oil
when lost. See Table 7 for recommended compressor
oils.
WARNING
Before performing recommended maintenance,
be sure unit main power switch is turned off.
Failure to do so may result in electric shock or
injury from rotating fan blade.
II. CLEANING COILS
Coil should be washed out with water or blown out
with compressed air. Note that the blow-thru design
causes dirt and debris to build up inside of the coils.
I. LUBRICATION
A. Fan-Motor Bearings
Clean coil annually or as required by location and
outdoor air conditions. Inspect coil monthly and clean
as required. Fins are not continuous through coil
sections. Dirt and debris may pass through first
section, become trapped between the row of fins, and
restrict outdoor unit airflow. Use a flashlight to
determine if dirt or debris has collected between coil
sections. Clean coil as follows:
1. Turn off unit power.
2. Using a garden hose or other suitable
equipment, flush coil from the outside to
remove dirt. Be sure to flush all dirt and
debris from drain holes in base of unit. Fan
motors are waterproof.
Oiling hole are provided at each end of outdoor-fan
motor. Remove fan motor and lubricate motor with 32
drops (16 drops per hole) of SAE-10 (Society of
Automotive Engineers) non-detergent oil at intervals
described below:
• Annually, when environment is very dirty, ambient
temperature is higher than 105°F, and average unit
operating time exceeds 15 hours a day, or
• Every 3 years when environment is reasonably
clean, ambient temperature is less than 105°F, and
unit operating time averages 8 to 15 hours a day, or
• Every 5 years when environment is clean, ambient
temperature is less than 105° F, and unit operating
time averages less than 8 hours a day.
Table 7 – Recommended Compressor Oils
RECOMMENDED
OIL
3GS
Calumet RO-15
Cryol 150A
Sontex 200LT
Zerol 150TD
Zerol 300
018 (All)
024 (All)
●
●
●
●
UNIT 38HDC/HDL/QR
036
030 (All)
036 (3 Phase)
(Single
Phase)
●
●
●
●
●
●
048
(All)
060 (all)
●
●
●
●
38 HDS MAINTENANCE
WARNING
Before performing recommended maintenance,
be sure unit main power switch is turned off.
Failure to do so may result in electric shock or
injury from rotating fan blade.
I. LUBRICATION
A. Fan-Motor Bearings
Oiling hole are provided at each end of outdoor-fan
motor. Remove fan motor and lubricate motor with 32
drops (16 drops per hole) of SAE-10 (Society of
Automotive Engineers) non-detergent oil at intervals
described below:
• Annually, when environment is very dirty, ambient
temperature is higher than 105°F, and average unit
operating time exceeds 15 hours a day, or
• Every 3 years when environment is reasonably
clean, ambient temperature is less than 105°F, and
unit operating time averages 8 to 15 hours a day, or
• Every 5 years when environment is clean, ambient
temperature is less than 105° F, and unit operating
time averages less than 8 hours a day.
B. Compressor
Compressor contains factory oil charge; replace oil
when lost. See Table 7 for recommended compressor
oils.
II. CLEANING COILS
Coil should be washed out with water or blown out
with compressed air. Note that the blow-thru design
causes dirt and debris to build up inside of the coils.
Clean coil annually or as required by location and
outdoor air conditions. Inspect coil monthly and clean
as required. Fins are not continuous through coil
sections. Dirt and debris may pass through first
section, become trapped between the row of fins, and
restrict outdoor unit airflow. Use a flashlight to
determine if dirt or debris has collected between coil
sections. Clean coil as follows:
1. Turn off unit power.
2. Using a garden hose or other suitable
equipment, flush coil from the outside to
remove dirt. Be sure to flush all dirt and
debris from drain holes in base of unit. Fan
motors are waterproof.
38 AN, 38 BK CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
To avoid the possibility of electric shock, before performing any cleaning and maintenance operations always turn off power to the system by pressing the
orange ON/OFF button on the remote controller. Turn
off the outdoor disconnect switch located near the outdoor unit. If the indoor unit is on a separate switch, be
sure it is also disconnected.
For proper system operation, perform the cleaning and maintenance operations in Table 9.
Lubrication — The indoor-fan automatic air sweep motor, and the outdoor-fan motor are factory lubricated and require no oiling.
To Install or Replace Remote Controller
Batteries
Do not drop the remote controller — damage to the device may result. Avoid getting the controller wet.
When shutting down the system for an extended period of
time, it is advisable to remove the batteries.
Consult distributor if any other equipment is turned on or
shows signs of disrupted operation if you use the wireless
remote controller, or if the system is turned on or shows signs
of disrupted operation when the remote controller of any other
equipment is used.
To Set the Current Time
1. Press the TA button (located on the back of the remote
controller; see Fig. 19) with an instrument screwdriver or
similar small, pointed tool, and the current time indication symbol flashes.
Note that the controller comes preset from the factory set
for 6:00 a.m.
2. Set the current time with the hour and minute buttons on
the front of the remote controller (see Fig. 19) while the
current time indication is flashing. Note that a.m. and p.m.
are also indicated as the times are scrolled through.
3. Press TA again. The flashing will stop and the current
time will be reset to the new setting.
To Remove and Clean or Replace Air Filters
NOTE: Before replacing the batteries, note that the remote
controller signal can be affected if electronic fluorescent
lights are installed nearby. The batteries may not need to be
replaced. If you suspect this is the problem, consult your
Carrier distributor.
Batteries should be replaced once a year. Use 2 batteries
(1.5 v, dc-type, AAA alkaline batteries). Never use old or
recharged batteries together with new ones.
To replace batteries:
1. Slide the battery cover off from the back of the remote
controller. See Fig. 18.
2. Insert the 2 batteries in accordance with the markings
on the remote controller, so that the poles are correct
(+ and −).
3. Press the RST button using an instrument screwdriver
or similar small, pointed tool.
4. Replace the cover securely.
It is time to replace the remote controller batteries when
the remote controller function becomes irregular, or the system no longer responds to commands given close to the unit.
Operating your system with dirty air filters may damage
the indoor unit and can also cause reduced cooling performance, intermittent system operation, frost build-up
on the indoor coil, and blown fuses. Inspect and clean
or replace the air filters monthly.
TO REMOVE AIR FILTERS:
1. Open fan coil unit front panel (lift). See Fig. 20.
2. Pull the filters down to remove.
TO CLEAN OR REPLACE FILTERS — Filters should be
vacuumed and washed with warm water (see Fig. 20). Shake
filter to remove any excess water, dry thoroughly, and replace by sliding filter behind front grille until filter snaps in
place.
If the filter has begun to break down or is torn, it needs to
be replaced. Replacement filters are available through your
Carrier distributor.
NOTE: DO NOT put filters in the dishwasher.
Table 9 — Cleaning and Maintenance Schedule
TASK
INDOOR UNIT
Clean Air Filters
Clean Drain Pipe
Clean Condensate Drain Pan
Replace Batteries in the Remote Controller
Clean Indoor Unit Front Panel
OUTDOOR UNIT
Clean the Fins From Outside
Open the Unit and Clean Fins Inside
Remove Dust From Electrical Parts
Check Electrical Connections are Tight
Clean Outdoor Fan
Check that Outdoor Fan Assembly is Tight
Clean Drain Pan
MONTHLY
QUARTERLY
YEARLY
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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To Clean Indoor Unit Front Panel — If the front
panel of the unit becomes dirty or smudged, wipe the outside of the front panel with a soft dry cloth. If necessary, use
a mild liquid detergent and wipe off carefully with a dry cloth.
When cleaning the front panel, NEVER use water hotter than 105 F, and DO NOT pour water into the fan
coil unit. Do not use abrasive or petroleum based cleaners — damage to unit appearance will result.
To Clean Indoor Coil — To clean the coil, remove indoor unit front panel, and vacuum the coil fins. Use care not
to bend or damage fins.
To Clean Outdoor Coil (Outdoor Unit)
Some metal parts and sharp fins of outdoor unit coil can
cause personal injury during cleaning. Clean coil
carefully.
To clean the outdoor coil:
1. Remove any dirt or obstruction from discharge opening.
2. Use garden hose to spray water on the coil. Debris that
collects between coil fins inhibits heat transfer — direct
the water spray between coil fins to flush out debris.
To Clean Condensate Drains — Clean all drains and
drain pans at the start of each cooling season. Check the flow
by pouring water into the drain.
REMOVE COVER
INSERT NEW BATTERIES
PRESS RST
NOTE: Be sure to insert new batteries correctly (as shown).
Fig. 18 — Installing or Replacing Batteries
PRESS TA
SET TIME
PRESS TA
Fig. 19 — Setting the Current Time
REMOVE FILTER
VACUUM CLEAN
Fig. 20 — Air Filter Maintenance
RINSE WITH WATER
38 CG, CS, SB, SC CARE AND MAINTENANCE
TO REMOVE AND CLEAN OR REPLACE AIR
FILTERS
Step 1 – Maintenance (Outdoor Unit)
CAUTION
WARNING
Before performing recommended maintenance,
be sure unit main power switch is turned off.
Failure to do so may result in electric shock or
injury from rotating fan blade.
CLEANING COILS
Coil should be washed out with water or blown out
with compressed air. Clean coil annually or as
required by location and outdoor air conditions.
Inspect coil monthly and clean as required. Fins are
not continuous through coil sections. Dirt and debris
may pass through first section, become trapped
between the row of fins, and restrict outdoor unit
airflow. Use a flashlight to determine if dirt or debris
has collected between coil sections.
Clean coil as follows:
1. Turn off unit power.
2. Using a garden hose or other suitable
equipment, flush coil from the outside to
remove dirt. Be sure to flush all dirt and
debris from drain holes in base of unit. Fan
motors are waterproof.
Step 2 – Maintenance (Indoor Unit)
CAUTION
To avoid the possibility of electric shock, before
performing any cleaning and maintenance
operations, always turn off power to the system
by pressing the mode button on the remote
control unit until the display shows “OFF,” and
turn off the separate disconnect switch located
near the unit. If the indoor unit is on a separate
switch, be sure to turn this disconnect off as well.
CAUTION
Do not wash filter in water over 120°F (to avoid
shrinkage). Do not expose filter to fire (to avoid
fire damage). Do not expose filter to direct
sunlight. Clean filter more frequently when air is
extremely dirty.
CAUTION
Do not attempt to clean or service components in
control box.
LUBRICATION
The indoor-fan, automatic air sweep, and the outdoorfan motors are factory lubricated and require no oiling.
Operating your system with dirty air filters may
damage the indoor unit and, in addition, can
cause reduced performance, intermittent system
operation, frost build up on the indoor coil, and
blown fuses. Inspect and clean or replace the air
filters monthly.
To Remove Air Filters
Remove filters by pulling them straight out.
To Clean Or Replace Filters
Filters can be vacuumed or washed in warm water.
Shake filter to remove any excess water, and replace
by sliding filter behind grille until filter snaps in place.
If the filter has begun to break down or is torn, replace
it. Replacement filters are available through your
Carrier distributor.
To Clean Indoor Unit Bottom/Front Panel
If the bottom/front panel of the unit becomes dirty or
smudged, wipe the outside of the panel with a soft dry
cloth. Use a mild liquid detergent and wipe off
carefully with a dry cloth.
To Clean Indoor Coil
To clean the coil, remove indoor unit bottom/front
panel and vacuum the coil fins, using care not to bend
or damage fins.
To Clean Condensate Drains
Clean all drains and drain pans at the start of each
cooling season. Check the flow by pouring water into
the drain.
To Clean Or Replace Drain Pan
1. Place a plastic sheet on the floor to catch
any water that may spill from the drain pan.
2. Remove the intake grille and distribution
assembly.
3. Remove the condensate water in the drain
pan by letting water drain into a 3-gallon
bucket.
Troubleshooting
Failure
Check/Action
Fan coil doesn’t receive signal
from remote. No BEEP heard
from fan coil. Unit runs in
TEST mode.
• Check plug connection at receiver board and main board(CN12)
• Check remote for signal transmission indicator
• Operate remote directly in front of unit
Replace batteries
Remote failure – if available try another remote - replace
Receiver board failure - replace
Unit BEEPS continuously
Replace main PCB
System does not operate in Test,
Emergency or Remote mode.
Green power light is not on and
LED on main circuit board is
not blinking.
Indoor fan coil operating but
outdoor unit does not.
• Check power supply to indoor fan coil and main circuit board
• Check fuse on main circuit board
If there is power to the main board and LED is not blinking replace main
Indoor fan motor noise
Air sweep not working or
movement is radical.
115V units not starting up on
initial installation.
Steady flashing of green light
with no fault code indication
Fan coil does not power up
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board.
• Check power supply
• Check control wiring at indoor and outdoor TB for relay signal output
If there is no signal at indoor TB replace main circuit board.
If there is a signal at outdoor TB check compressor contactor.
•
•
Check blower assembly for being out of balance.
Check fan motor bearings and wheel bearings for damage.
Realign blower wheels if apparent source of noise.
Replace parts as required.
•
Check wiring connection of motor to main circuit board (CN14 for 9 &
12, CN13 & CN14 for 18 & 24 size units.
If connection is secure replace appropriate step motor.
• Check power source to insure lines are in phase.
Make correction if power lines are out of phase.
•
Check plug connections on main circuit board
•
•
•
•
Check wiring connections and power supply
Check for voltage at fan coil TB
Check fuse if LED on main board is not flashing
Check plug connection at CN1(main board)
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• Check CN1 plug for voltage
If voltage is recorded at the CN1 plug and LED does not flash, replace
board.
Insufficient cooling,
Insufficient Heating
(Heat Pump)
Error code 6 (reversing valve
malfunction) for cooling only
systems
Unit stops during operation
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Check for blocked air filter – clean filter
Outdoor unit obstructed – remove obstruction
Check temperature setting – use remote to change temperature
Fan speed too low – change fan speed
Check operation mode – Change to cooling mode
Check for open windows and doors
Check indoor thermistor
Check refrigerant charge
Check FJ1 switch on main circuit board (s/b off)
Off timer is operating
Room temperature has reached set point
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High Wall Diagnostic Codes
Error Code
Flashes *
Error
Check/Action
Room Air thermistor malfunction
2
If system reads thermistor value:
Short condition: greater or = 194 deg F
Open condition: less or = -40 deg F
Indoor Coil thermistor malfunction
3
If the following occurs with thermistor:
Short condition: greater or = 194 deg F
Open condition: less or = -40 deg F
Outdoor Coil thermistor
malfunction
4
If the following occurs with thermistor:
Short condition: greater or = 194 deg F
Open condition: less or = -40 deg F
5
Compressor Drive malfunction
Applicable for
00 9 & 012 units
only
Indoor coil thermistor needs to change
3.5F within 5 min after start of
compressor.
Reversing Valve malfunction
6
Applicable for
009 & 012 only
After 5 minutes of operation, indoor coil
temperature changes by 3.5F in opposite
direction of mode selected.
009 & 012
energize in
heating
18 & 24 energize
in cooling
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Check plug connection on main circuit board (CN9).
Check resistance of thermistor:
Short: Resistance less than 1.0 ohm
Open: Resistance is infinity
If out of range replace thermistor.
Check plug connection on main circuit board (CN9).
Check resistance of thermistor:
Short: Resistance less than 1.0 ohm
Open: Resistance is infinity
If out of range replace thermistor.
Check plug connection on main circuit board (CN17).
Check termistor cable connection at terminal board on
indoor and outdoor unit.
Check resistance of thermistor:
Short: Resistance less than 1.0 ohm
Open: Resistance is infinity
If out of range replace thermistor.
Check control wiring connections between indoor and
outdoor units. Control voltage for 009 & 012 is line voltage.
Check indoor coil thermistor for proper placement
Check for refrigerant leaks.
Check OHM on compressor winding , OLP, capacitor
Winding Resistance ohms (cold comp @ 70f +2%):
38AN009-100 & 38BK009-110 SC= 5.140, RC= 0.767
38AN012-300 & 38BK012-300 SC= 5.630, RC= 2.170
38AN012-310 & 38BK012-310 SC = 4.780, RC= 2.240
Check indoor and outdoor terminal block for power supplied
from indoor relay (y-cooling, 3-heat pump).
Check compressor contactor.
Check control wiring connections between indoor and
outdoor units. The control voltage for 009 & 012 is line
voltage.
Check voltage at TB of indoor unit:
12:
check between 1 & L2 – 230V
9:
check between 1 & N – 115V
If no voltage replace Relay board. Continue if voltage
measured.
Check voltage at TB of outdoor unit.
Check Voltage at reversing valve.
Replace reversing valve if not energized.
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7
Outdoor Air thermistor
malfunction
If the following occurs with thermistor:
Short condition: greater or = 194 deg F
Open condition: less or = -40 deg F
Indoor Fan failure
8
System senses continuous abnormal
indoor fan RPM operation.
Check plug connection on main circuit board (CN17).
Check termistor cable connection at terminal board on
indoor and outdoor unit.
Check resistance of thermistor:
Short: Resistance less than 1.0 ohm
Open: Resistance is infinity
If out of range replace thermistor.
Check plug connection CN3 (power supply).
Check plug connection CN4 (RPM detection)
Check plug connection CN8 (motor capacitor).
Set unit in fan mode only.
Check power supply at CN3 (pin 1 & 5):
009
: 50 ~ 114Vrms
012, 018 & 024 : 100 ~ 200Vrms
If no voltage measured replace board.
If voltage recorded replace motor
* Green LED on Front Grille
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TROUBLESHOOTING
If the under-ceiling fan coil unit fails to start or operate
properly, sometimes the problem is minor and can be handled
without a service call. Refer to Table 9 for some common
problems, causes, and typical solutions. See Fig. 25 and 26
for additional system troubleshooting details. If the problem
cannot be corrected, contact your local Carrier representative for further assistance.
Table 9 – Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
System does
not start.
CAUSE
Blown fuse or circuit breaker tripped at building
power entry.
Indoor and/or outdoor unit disconnect switch is off.
Thermostat is set to night mode.
Power failure.
Unit is in off mode.
Compressor three-minute timer is running.
Temperature is above or below the selected temperature.
Air filter(s) in indoor unit is dirty or needs to be replaced.
System does not
cool properly.
Temperature is set too high or too low.
Outdoor unit outdoor coil restricted.
Fan speed is set too low.
Air filter(s) in indoor unit is dirty or needs to be replaced.
Temperature is set too high or too low.
System does not
heat properly.
Outdoor unit outdoor coil restricted.
Fan speed is set too low.
Outdoor unit outdoor coil is frosted up.
Ice or frost has
formed on
indoor coil.²
Insufficient
air¯ow
Low outdoor-air temperature.
Air filter(s) in indoor unit is dirty or needs
to be replaced.
Air filter(s) in indoor unit is dirty or needs
to be replaced.
Fan coil unit coil is blocked.
*If fuse blows or circuit breaker trips again after first start attempt, DO
NOT attempt to start system again. Contact your local Carrier representative for assistance.
TYPICAL SOLUTION
Replace fuse or reset circuit breaker.*
Turn on disconnect switch(es).
Cancel mode using Day/Night button on thermostat.
Restore power.
Press Mode button on thermostat until thermostat
displays the desired unit mode.
Wait for 3 minutes.
Select new temperature using the thermostat.
Clean or replace air filter(s).
Reset temperature to desired comfort setting
using the thermostat.
Remove obstruction.
Adjust fan speed to high or auto. using the
Fan button on the thermostat.
Clean or replace air filter(s).
Reset temperature to desired comfort setting
using the thermostat.
Remove obstruction.
Adjust fan speed to high or auto. using the
Fan button on the thermostat
Check manual defrost timer setting and adjust
as necessary.
Run system in fan-only mode until frost is gone.
Clean or replace air filter(s).
Clean or replace air filter(s).
Clean air discharge louvers.
²When outdoor temperature is approximately 55 F or below, indoor
coil frosting may occur when system is operated in cooling or maximum dehumidification mode.
FAULT CODES
Table 6 – Indicator Lamps Troubleshooting
LAMP STATUS
INDICATION
CORRECTIVE ACTION
•
POWER flashes 10 seconds
after A/C start-up (with or
without other signal lamps)
Communication problem
POWER, COMPRES, and
PRESSURE lamps flash.
Thermistor failure
•
•
•
•
POWER, COMPRES, and
IMPEDANCE lamps flash
Thermistor failure
•
•
•
POWER lamp flashes and
PRESSURE is lit, AIR CON is
Off
•
•
Low Pressure
•
•
POWER AND PRESSURE
lamps flash, AIR CON is Off
High Pressure
•
•
Check connection between indoor
(TAC-440) and outdoor (TAC-420)
units (for TAC-400, ANC)
Check connection between TAC444 and TAC-460 (for TAC-404)
Check TH-1 for correct resistance
Check for proper connection
between TH-1 and TAC-444
Replace TH-1 if necessary
CHECK TH-2 for correct resistance
Check for proper connection
between TH-2 and TAC-444
Replace TH-2 if necessary
Check if the filters are clean
Check TH-1 and TH-2 for correct
resistance
Check cooling system for normal
operation
In Heat mode: Check if the
evaporator is blocked (Check if
filters are clean)
Check TH-2 (in Heating mode) or
TH-3 (in Cool mode) for correct
resistance
Check cooling system for normal
operation
FILTER is lit
Filter cleaning
•
Clean all filters
POWER, IMPEDANCE lamps
flash, COMPRES is lit
Low voltage
•
•
•
Check power supply voltage
Check electrical connections
Replace TAC-444
•
•
•
Check power supply voltage
Check electrical connections
Replace TAC-444
•
•
•
Check power supply voltage
Check electrical connections
Replace TAC-444
•
•
•
Check power supply voltage
Check electrical connections
Replace TAC-444
POWER lamp flashes,
IMPEDANCE and COMPRES
lamps lit, AIR CON lamp
flashes after A/C startup
Voltage failure at startup
POWER lamp flashes,
IMPEDANCE and COMPRES
are lit before A/C startup
High voltage
POWER lamp flashes,
IMPEDANCE and COMPRES
are lit, AIR CON is lit after A/C
startup
High voltage during compressor
operation
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Table 7 – General Troubleshooting Chart (Page 1 of 2; Go to Page 2)
SYMPTOM
PROBABLE CAUSE
CORRECTIVE ACTION
a. Power supply to unit not connected
(POWER LED Off).
Check for proper connection of power at
disconnect.
b. Fuse Blown (POWER LED Off).
Reset automatic circuit breaker or replace line
fuse.
c. On/SEND has not been pressed.
Press On/SEND button on Remote Control, or
use the AUTO 3-position slide switch for
automatic constant 22°C Set Point (when
Remote Control is not available).
d. Indoor unit does not receive transmitted
commands.
Make sure that nothing is blocking the Remote
Control transmission to the A/C display.
e. AUTO-OFF-REMOTE switch is set to Off.
Slide the 3-position switch on the Display to
REMOTE (RMOT) position.
A/C fails to start.
Only indoor fan ventilator works,
although cooling or heating is
desired.
Only indoor fan motor and
compressor working. Outdoor fan
motor stopped.
In Cool mode: High pressure, or;
In Heat mode: Outdoor coil freeze
a. The selected mode is on Fan Only, or on
Cool when heating is desired.
Check if the Remote Control is on the desired
mode. If not, select the correct mode (refer to
your User manual). Also note that each 15
minutes (max), the compressor will be switched
on for 3 minutes (at least).
b. Temperature is set to a value which is too
high (in Cool mode.)
Observe the temperature setting on the Remote
Control. Also note that each 15 minutes (max),
the compressor will be switched on for 3
minutes (at least).
a. In Heat Mode: Indoor fan motor blocked.
Remove obstruction.
b. In Cool mode: System runs while
evaporator Anti-ice routine take place.
Wait up to 90 seconds until Anti-ice routine is
completed.
a. Run capacitor of outdoor fan motor is
burnt.
Replace outdoor fan motor run capacitor.
b. Winding of outdoor fan motor is shorted.
Only indoor fan motor and outdoor
fan motor are working. No cooling
and/or heating taking place.
a. Overload safety device on compressor is
cut out due to high temperature.
Switch Off power and try again after one hour.
b. Compressor run capacitor is burnt.
Replace compressor run capacitor.
c. Compressor winding shorted.
Replace compressor.
a. Indoor fan motor is blocked or turns
slowly.
No air supply at indoor unit
(compressor operates).
Low Capacity.
In Heat mode: only compressor
runs, outdoor and indoor fan
motors are stopped. AIR CON
indicator flashes.
Replace outdoor fan motor.
1. Check voltage. Repair writing if necessary.
2. Check indoor fan wheel if tight on motor
shaft. Tighten if necessary.
b. Indoor fan motor capacitor is burnt.
Replace indoor fan motor capacitor.
c. Indoor fan motor winding is burnt.
Replace indoor fan motor.
d. In Heat mode: Delayed start for indoor
fan motor.
Normal software delay (max. 20 sec)
e. Clogged air filters.
Clean filters.
a. Lack of refrigerant (will be accompanied
by whistling noise): Causes ice formation on
the evaporator coil (in Cool mode).
Unit must be charged (according to the
nameplate) after localizing the gas leak.
b. Clogged air filters.
Clean filters.
A/C operates in De-Icing cycle.
Note: Check for broken wires and loose cable lugs first!
WARNING: Always unplug the A/C before performing cleaning or maintenance activities.
Wait (max.) 10 minutes until the A/C resumes
normal operation.
Table 7 – General Troubleshooting Chart (Page 2 of 2; Return to Page 1)
SYMPTOM
PROBABLE CAUSE
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Water accumulates and overflows
from evaporator drain pan.
Drain pan pipe or hose is clogged or the
spout of drain pan is clogged.
Disassemble plastic drain-pipe from spout of
evaporator drain pan. Flush with clean water.
Water dripping from the condenser
base (in Heat mode).
Water drain outlet or the spout is clogged.
Open condenser cover, clean out water
outlet, clean the base inside thoroughly.
a. The 3-position slide switch on the A/C
display is in AUTO or OFF position.
Change the slider position to REMOTE
(RMOT).
Unit does not operate in desired
mode.
b. Faulty Remote Control settings.
1. If Remote Control symbols respond to the
commands correctly, check the A/C ID Code
(Standard or Alternative). Refer to “Changing
A/C ID Code” and to Remote Control DIP
switch 3 setting.
2. If Cool commands are OK, but Heat
symbol is skipped on LCD, refer to Remote
Control DIP switch 7 setting.
3. Replace Remote Control.
The A/C is interfered by other
Remote Control or our Remote
Control interfering other
instruments.
In Cool mode: the unit
(compressor) does not start.
c. Remote Control low battery.
Replace Remote Control batteries.
d. IR detector.
Try shorter distance between Remote Control
and A/C. If no response, replace IR detector.
Common IR Code.
Modify the Remote Control IR transmission
code. Refer to “Changing A/C ID Code” and
to Remote Control DIP switch 3 setting.
a. Faulty TH-3 (outdoor) sensor.
Replace the TH-3 sensor.
b. Faulty TH-3 Extension Cable (between
indoor and outdoor).
Replace TH-3 Extension Cable.
Note: Check for broken wires and loose cable lugs first!
WARNING: Always unplug the A/C before performing cleaning or maintenance activities.
Trouble Shooting – Cassette
If any of the original wire furnished must be replaced, it must be replaced with type 90 deg C or
its equivalent.
Wire in accordance with National Electric Code (NEC) and any local codes.
Transformer is thermally protected and will reset automatically.
Indoor fan motors have internal thermal protection.
The Compressor Lockout switch will lock out the compressor to prevent short cycling on the
compressor overloads and safety devices. Before replacing the Compressor Lockout check the
other devices. Minimum one amp turn required to hold contacts closed.
Heating contactor energizes electric heater in fan coil. Heater requires separate power source for
electrical power.
A jumper wire must be installed between the Y1 and O terminals on the terminal board to activate
the condensate pump. If the jumper is not installed the float switch will keep the unit from
operating.
Trouble Shooting – Satellite
If any of the original wire furnished must be replaced, it must be replaced with type 90 deg C or
its equivalent.
Wire in accordance with National Electric Code (NEC) and any local codes.
Transformer is thermally protected and will reset automatically.
Indoor fan motors have internal thermal protection.
The Compressor Lockout switch will lock out the compressor to prevent short cycling on the
compressor overloads and safety devices. Before replacing the Compressor Lockout check the
other devices. Minimum one amp turn required to hold contacts closed.
TROUBLESHOOTING CHART — COOLING CYCLE
NC — Normally Closed
*Heat pump units only.
TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
HPS
LLSV
LPS
TXV
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
High-Pressure Switch
Liquid (Vapor Supply) Line Solenoid Valve
Low-Pressure Switch
Thermostatic Expansion Valve
TROUBLESHOOTING CHART — HEATING CYCLE
(Heat Pump Units Only)
CAP
NC
ODT
TEMP
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Capillary
Normally Closed
Outdoor Thermostat
Temperature
TROUBLESHOOTING
Table 6 – Indicator Lamps Troubleshooting
LAMP STATUS
INDICATION
CORRECTIVE ACTION
•
POWER flashes 10 seconds
after A/C start-up (with or
without other signal lamps)
Communication problem
POWER, COMPRES, and
PRESSURE lamps flash.
Thermistor failure
•
•
•
•
POWER, COMPRES, and
IMPEDANCE lamps flash
Thermistor failure
•
•
•
POWER lamp flashes and
PRESSURE is lit, AIR CON is
Off
•
•
Low Pressure
•
•
POWER AND PRESSURE
lamps flash, AIR CON is Off
High Pressure
•
•
Check connection between indoor
(TAC-440) and outdoor (TAC-420)
units (for TAC-400, ANC)
Check connection between TAC444 and TAC-460 (for TAC-404)
Check TH-1 for correct resistance
Check for proper connection
between TH-1 and TAC-444
Replace TH-1 if necessary
CHECK TH-2 for correct resistance
Check for proper connection
between TH-2 and TAC-444
Replace TH-2 if necessary
Check if the filters are clean
Check TH-1 and TH-2 for correct
resistance
Check cooling system for normal
operation
In Heat mode: Check if the
evaporator is blocked (Check if
filters are clean)
Check TH-2 (in Heating mode) or
TH-3 (in Cool mode) for correct
resistance
Check cooling system for normal
operation
FILTER is lit
Filter cleaning
•
Clean all filters
POWER, IMPEDANCE lamps
flash, COMPRES is lit
Low voltage
•
•
•
Check power supply voltage
Check electrical connections
Replace TAC-444
•
•
•
Check power supply voltage
Check electrical connections
Replace TAC-444
•
•
•
Check power supply voltage
Check electrical connections
Replace TAC-444
•
•
•
Check power supply voltage
Check electrical connections
Replace TAC-444
POWER lamp flashes,
IMPEDANCE and COMPRES
lamps lit, AIR CON lamp
flashes after A/C startup
Voltage failure at startup
POWER lamp flashes,
IMPEDANCE and COMPRES
are lit before A/C startup
High voltage
POWER lamp flashes,
IMPEDANCE and COMPRES
are lit, AIR CON is lit after A/C
startup
High voltage during compressor
operation
MORE ON NEXT PAGE
TROUBLESHOOTING
Table 7 – General Troubleshooting Chart (Page 1 of 2; Go to Page 2)
SYMPTOM
PROBABLE CAUSE
CORRECTIVE ACTION
a. Power supply to unit not connected
(POWER LED Off).
Check for proper connection of power at
disconnect.
b. Fuse Blown (POWER LED Off).
Reset automatic circuit breaker or replace line
fuse.
c. On/SEND has not been pressed.
Press On/SEND button on Remote Control, or
use the AUTO 3-position slide switch for
automatic constant 22°C Set Point (when
Remote Control is not available).
d. Indoor unit does not receive transmitted
commands.
Make sure that nothing is blocking the Remote
Control transmission to the A/C display.
e. AUTO-OFF-REMOTE switch is set to Off.
Slide the 3-position switch on the Display to
REMOTE (RMOT) position.
A/C fails to start.
Only indoor fan ventilator works,
although cooling or heating is
desired.
Only indoor fan motor and
compressor working. Outdoor fan
motor stopped.
In Cool mode: High pressure, or;
In Heat mode: Outdoor coil freeze
a. The selected mode is on Fan Only, or on
Cool when heating is desired.
Check if the Remote Control is on the desired
mode. If not, select the correct mode (refer to
your User manual). Also note that each 15
minutes (max), the compressor will be switched
on for 3 minutes (at least).
b. Temperature is set to a value which is too
high (in Cool mode.)
Observe the temperature setting on the Remote
Control. Also note that each 15 minutes (max),
the compressor will be switched on for 3
minutes (at least).
a. In Heat Mode: Indoor fan motor blocked.
Remove obstruction.
b. In Cool mode: System runs while
evaporator Anti-ice routine take place.
Wait up to 90 seconds until Anti-ice routine is
completed.
a. Run capacitor of outdoor fan motor is
burnt.
Replace outdoor fan motor run capacitor.
b. Winding of outdoor fan motor is shorted.
Only indoor fan motor and outdoor
fan motor are working. No cooling
and/or heating taking place.
a. Overload safety device on compressor is
cut out due to high temperature.
Switch Off power and try again after one hour.
b. Compressor run capacitor is burnt.
Replace compressor run capacitor.
c. Compressor winding shorted.
Replace compressor.
a. Indoor fan motor is blocked or turns
slowly.
No air supply at indoor unit
(compressor operates).
Low Capacity.
In Heat mode: only compressor
runs, outdoor and indoor fan
motors are stopped. AIR CON
indicator flashes.
Replace outdoor fan motor.
1. Check voltage. Repair writing if necessary.
2. Check indoor fan wheel if tight on motor
shaft. Tighten if necessary.
b. Indoor fan motor capacitor is burnt.
Replace indoor fan motor capacitor.
c. Indoor fan motor winding is burnt.
Replace indoor fan motor.
d. In Heat mode: Delayed start for indoor
fan motor.
Normal software delay (max. 20 sec)
e. Clogged air filters.
Clean filters.
a. Lack of refrigerant (will be accompanied
by whistling noise): Causes ice formation on
the evaporator coil (in Cool mode).
Unit must be charged (according to the
nameplate) after localizing the gas leak.
b. Clogged air filters.
Clean filters.
A/C operates in De-Icing cycle.
Note: Check for broken wires and loose cable lugs first!
WARNING: Always unplug the A/C before performing cleaning or maintenance activities.
Wait (max.) 10 minutes until the A/C resumes
normal operation.
Table 7 – General Troubleshooting Chart (Page 2 of 2; Return to Page 1)
SYMPTOM
PROBABLE CAUSE
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Water accumulates and overflows
from evaporator drain pan.
Drain pan pipe or hose is clogged or the
spout of drain pan is clogged.
Disassemble plastic drain-pipe from spout of
evaporator drain pan. Flush with clean water.
Water dripping from the condenser
base (in Heat mode).
Water drain outlet or the spout is clogged.
Open condenser cover, clean out water
outlet, clean the base inside thoroughly.
a. The 3-position slide switch on the A/C
display is in AUTO or OFF position.
Change the slider position to REMOTE
(RMOT).
Unit does not operate in desired
mode.
b. Faulty Remote Control settings.
1. If Remote Control symbols respond to the
commands correctly, check the A/C ID Code
(Standard or Alternative). Refer to “Changing
A/C ID Code” and to Remote Control DIP
switch 3 setting.
2. If Cool commands are OK, but Heat
symbol is skipped on LCD, refer to Remote
Control DIP switch 7 setting.
3. Replace Remote Control.
The A/C is interfered by other
Remote Control or our Remote
Control interfering other
instruments.
In Cool mode: the unit
(compressor) does not start.
c. Remote Control low battery.
Replace Remote Control batteries.
d. IR detector.
Try shorter distance between Remote Control
and A/C. If no response, replace IR detector.
Common IR Code.
Modify the Remote Control IR transmission
code. Refer to “Changing A/C ID Code” and
to Remote Control DIP switch 3 setting.
a. Faulty TH-3 (outdoor) sensor.
Replace the TH-3 sensor.
b. Faulty TH-3 Extension Cable (between
indoor and outdoor).
Replace TH-3 Extension Cable.
Note: Check for broken wires and loose cable lugs first!
WARNING: Always unplug the A/C before performing cleaning or maintenance activities.