White Style-Maker 3100 Technical information

TECH - SPEC’S
Technician’s Pocket Guide
# 80045
This technicians pocket guide covers all models using R-404A refrigerant. For additional
technical information, full parts and service
manuals are available for review and download
on the Tech Support page of the Hoshizaki web
site.
See “www.hoshizaki.com” for manuals, TechTips and additional technical information on
Hoshizaki products.
See Tech-Spec’s # 80024 purple pocket guide
for older models using R-12/502.
See Tech-Spec’s # 80021 green pocket guide
for newer models using R-22.
These guides can be downloaded from the
Hoshizaki web site or purchased through your
local Hoshizaki Distributor.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Model Identification Code ........................................ 5
Nameplate .................................................................. 6
Warranty Information, Registration, Coverage ....... 7
KM Installation - General .......................................... 8
Plumbing Requirements (All) ............................. 8
Condensate Drain ............................................. 9
Water Flow Rates (All) ..................................... 9
Electrical Connections ...................................... 10
Optional Transformer Application .................... 11
Remote Applications
Condenser Application Chart R-404A ............. 12
Remote Lines R-404A ...................................... 12
Installation Diagram .......................................... 13
Lineset Installation ............................................ 14
Refrigerant System Information
System Charge R-404A ................................... 15
Cuber Charge Chart R-404A ........................... 16
Condenser Charge Chart ................................. 17
Refrigerant Oil .................................................. 17
Flaker/DCM Charge Chart R-404A ................... 18
Heat Load for AC & Cooling Tower R-404A .... 18
Component Technical Data
“E” Board Setting Guide ................................... 19
Control Board Settings for R-404A ................. 20
“E” Control Board Functions ............................ 21
“E” Board Label ................................................ 22
Manual Reset Safeties ..................................... 23
Automatic Voltage Protection ........................... 23
Compressor Data R-404A ................................ 24
Head Pressure Controls R-404A ..................... 26
Remote Head Pressure Control ....................... 27
High Pressure Switch Chart ............................ 28
Bin Control (Thermostatic) ............................... 28
Mechanical Control ........................................... 29
Capacitive Control ............................................ 30
F/DCM Control ................................................... 31
KM Sequence of Operation ................................... 32
Sequence Flow Chart ...................................... 34
KM 10 Minute Check Out ................................. 35
Reservoir Flush System ................................... 37
Pumpout Check Valve ...................................... 37
KML Pumpout .................................................... 37
KM Control Switch ........................................... 37
Control Board Fuse .......................................... 38
Component Checks
Float Switch ..................................................... 40
Thermistor ........................................................ 41
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Component Checks
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Control Board ................................................... 42
Thermostatic Bin Control .................................. 44
Mechanical Bin ................................................. 44
Capacitive Bin Control ...................................... 45
F/DCM Bin Control ............................................ 46
KM Control Transformer ................................... 47
KM Pump Assembly .......................................... 48
Inlet Water Valve .............................................. 50
Diagnosing Water Problems ................................. 52
Freeze Up Check List ....................................... 55
Preventative Maintenance ................................ 57
Cleaning/Sanitizing Procedure ......................... 58
KM Production Check ....................................... 59
Cuber Water/Refg Circuit Reference Chart .......... 60
Performance Data KM-150BAF ............................. 73
KM-150BAF-E ................................................... 74
KM-250B_F ....................................................... 75
KM-280M_F/H ................................................... 76
KM-280M_F-E, KM-280MAH ............................ 77
KML250M_H ..................................................... 78
KML-350M_F/H ................................................. 79
KM-350MWH Serial M3~ ................................... 80
KML-450M_F/H ................................................. 81
KML-450MWH Serial M2~ ................................. 82
KM-500M_F/H ................................................... 83
KM-500MWH Serial M30961D~ ........................ 84
KM-500MAF-E/H-E ........................................... 85
KML-600M_F/H ................................................. 86
KM-630M_F/H ................................................... 87
KM-630MWH Serial M2 ..................................... 88
KM-630M_F-E, KM-630MAH-E ......................... 89
KM-900M_F/H ................................................... 90
KM-900MWH Serial M3~ ................................... 91
KM-900MRF3/H3 ............................................... 92
KM-1300S_F/H ................................................. 93
KM-1300S_F3/H3 ............................................. 94
KM-1300NRF/H ................................................. 95
KM-1300M_F/H ................................................. 96
KM-1300S_F-E ................................................. 97
KM-1600MRF/H ................................................. 98
KM-1600MRF3/H3 ............................................ 99
KM-1600SRF/H ................................................ 100
KM-1600SRF3/H3 ............................................ 101
KM-1800SAH ................................................... 102
KM-1800SAH3 ................................................. 103
KM-2000S_F3 .................................................. 104
KM2400SRF3 ................................................... 105
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KM Wiring Diagram
10-Pin Connector ............................................ 106
Reference Chart R-404A ............................... 107
Flaker/DCM
Installation - General ....................................... 141
Internal Auger Design ...................................... 142
Component Technical Data
Control Transformer ........................................ 143
Gear Motor Protection & Checkout ................. 143
Auger Bearings & Inspection .......................... 146
Auger inspection & Bearing Replacement ...... 147
Flaker Safety’s ........................................................ 148
Dual Float Switch ............................................ 149
Flaker Water FIll System .................................. 151
Flaker Timer Board .......................................... 152
Flaker Sequence of Operation ........................ 153
Flaker Sequence Flow Chart .......................... 154
Flaker Periodic Flush ....................................... 155
DCM Sequence of Operation .......................... 155
F/DCM Production Check ................................. 155
Flush /Low Water Safety Flow Chart ............ 156
F/DCM Water/Refg Circuit Referance Chart.. ....... 157
Performance Data Flaker/DCM
F-300BAF ........................................................ 167
F-450MAF/H, MAF-C/H-C ................................ 168
F-500BAF, BAF-C ........................................... 169
F-800M_F/H ..................................................... 170
F-800M_F-C/H-C .............................................. 171
F-1000M_F ...................................................... 172
F-1000M_F-C ................................................... 173
F-1000MLF/MLF-C ........................................... 174
F-1000MAF-22 ................................................ 175
F-1000M_F-50 ................................................. 176
F-1001M_H ...................................................... 177
F-1001M_H-C .................................................. 178
F-1001MLH/MLH-C .......................................... 179
F-2000M_F/H ................................................... 180
F-2000M_F-C/H-C ........................................... 181
F-2000MRF3/H3, MRF3-C/H3-C ...................... 182
F-2000MLF/H, MLF-C/H-C ............................... 183
DCM-240BAF ................................................... 184
DCM-270BAH .................................................. 185
DCM-500BAF/H ............................................... 186
DCM-750B_F/H ................................................ 187
F/DCM Wiring Diagram Reference Chart ........... 188
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HOSHIZAKI MODEL NUMBER
IDENTIFICATION CODE
KM 1300 S A F -E
UNIT TYPE
KML KM FDCM DB BDM -
Low Profile Crescent Cuber
Crescent Cuber
Flaker
Dispenser Cubelet Maker
Dispenser Bin
Bin
Countertop Dispenser
PRODUCTION
Approximate production/24 Hours
@70°F Air/50°F Water
UNIT STYLE
MSB-
Modular
Stackable
Self contained with bin
CONDENSER STYLE
AWR-
Air cooled
Water cooled
Remote air cooled
GENERATION
Model designation
F= R404A refrigerant unit
H= R404A and rounded front
SPECIAL MODEL DESIGNATION
CCubelet
EEuropean
5050 HZ.
The model number, serial number, electrical
specifications and refrigerant data are found on
the unit name plate. (See name plate)
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NAMEPLATE
HOSHIZAKI ICE MAKER
MODEL NUMBER
SERIAL NUMBER
AC SUPPLY VOLTAGE
COMPRESSOR
FAN
MAXIMUM FUSE SIZE
MAX. HACR BREAKER (USA ONLY)
MAX. CIRC. BREAKER (CANADA ONLY)
MINIMUM CIRCUIT AMPACITY
DESIGN PRESSURE
REFRIGERANT
MOTOR-COMPRESSOR THERMALLY PROTECTED
HOSHIZAKI AMERICA, INC.
Peachtree City, GA
LISTED
ICE MAKER
WITHOUT
STORAGE MEANS
946Z
NSF
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COMPONENT
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See the Nameplate for electrical and refrigeration specifications. This Nameplate is located on the upper right hand
side of rear panel. Since this Nameplate is located on the
rear panel of the icemaker, it cannot be read when the back
of the icemaker is against a wall or against another piece of
kitchen equipment. Therefore, the necessary electrical and
refrigeration information is also on the rating label, which
can be easily seen by removing only the front panel of the
icemaker. We reserve the right to make changes in specifications and design without prior notice.
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WARRANTY INFORMATION
REGISTRATIONTwo warranty registration cards are supplied with the
equipment. They must be completed and sent in to initiate
warranty. The warranty begins on the date of installation if
registration procedures are followed. If registration is not
completed, the warranty date will be the date of sale or
date of shipment from the factory, respectively.
WARRANTY COVERAGEThe warranty will cover defects in material or workmanship under normal and proper use and maintenance
service as specified by Hoshizaki. Coverage for parts and
labor is limited to the repair or replacement of parts or
assemblies that in Hoshizaki's opinion are defective.
COVERAGE CHARTITEM
PRODUCT
PARTS
LABOR
Total Unit
KM Cuber
F/DCM
B/DB/DM
Bev. Valves
3 Years
1 Year
2 Years
1 Year
3 Years
1 Year
2 Years
1 Year
Compressor & AirCooled Condenser
KM Cuber
F/DCM
5 Years
5 Years
3 Years
2 Years
Evaporator Plate
KM Cuber
5 Years
5 Years
Evaporator, Auger
Gear Motor Assy.
F/DCM
2 Years
2 Years
Effective January 1, 1991
See Warranty Statement supplied with the unit for details.
Warranty valid in United States, Canada, Mexico, Puerto
Rico, and U. S. Virgin Islands.
Contact factory for warranty in other countries, territories,
or possessions.
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KM INSTALLATION
GENERAL The ice machine is not intended for outdoor use.
OPERATING CONDITIONS - ALL MODELS
ITEM
Voltage Range
MODEL
RANGE
115V units
104 - 127V.
208-230 V units
187 - 264 V.
220-240 or 230V
198 - 254V.
Ambient Temperature
All
45 - 100 Deg. F.
Remote Condenser -20 - 122 Deg. F.
Water Supply Temperature All
45 - 90 Deg. F.
Water Supply Pressure
All
10 -113 PSIG
Allow 6" clearance at rear, sides, and top for proper air
circulation and ease of maintenance or service. 20" top
clearance for F/DCM.
PLUMBING REQUIREMENTS -
Water Supply:
On KM units the water supply line size is critical due to
the water assisted harvest and the use of a ported inlet
water valve solenoid.
MODEL
KM-150 - KM-900
KM-1300 - KM-2400
All F/DCM
Line Size
3/8" OD
1/2" OD
3/8" OD
Fitting Size
1/2 FPT
1/2 FPT
1/2 FPT
*Water cooled condenser units require two separate
supplies sized as per list above.
Drain:
Fitting Size
Line Size
MODEL
All Bins
3/4" OD
3/4 FPT
All KM/KML’s
3/4" OD
3/4 FPT
Flakers
3/4" OD
3/4 FPT*
DCM
3/4" OD
3/4 FPT*
*Some models have 2 drain outlets.
Water Cooled Condenser outlet:
KM-150BWF, KM-250BWF, KM-1600SWH,
KM-1600SWH3, KM-2000SWH3 have 1/2” FPT outlet.
All other KM models, All KML, All Flaker, All DCM have 3/8”
FPT outlet.
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Hoshizaki recommends that the ice machine drain and
bin drain be piped separately to the drain connection point
allowing 1/4" per foot fall.
CONDENSATE DRAIN The condensate drain is generally connected to the ice
machine drain for simplicity. It can be piped separately to
the drain exit if desired.
A 6" vent tee is recommended as per drawing:
Condensate
Drain
Reservoir
Drain
FLOW RATES The minimum flow rate requirements for Hoshizaki ice
maker units are as follows:
KM-150/250/280/AII Flakers
KM-500
KM-630/900/AII DCM's
KM-1300/1600
KM-2000/2400
1.05 GPM
1.58 GPM
2.11 GPM
3.96 GPM
4.23 GPM
Use this information when sizing a filter system for the ice
machine application.
NOTE: A good rule of thumb is to utilize a 3 GPM flow rate
filter for KM-150 through 900 and a 5 GPM flow rate filter
for KM-1300 or larger.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS 115 VOLT/1 PHASE
115V.
(2 wire
w/gnd)
115V.
Neutral
Brown
White
GND
208-230 VOLT/1PHASE
208-230V/1 Phase units require a dedicated neutral due
to the use of 115V components.
115V.
208-230V.
Neutral
(3 wire
115V.
w/gnd)
Brown
White
Black
GND
The dedicated
neutral
requires an
insulated
conductor
which runs
directly to the
panel.
If high leg is present connect to black wire.
A transformer can be used to provide 115v control
circuit.
208-230 VOLT/3 PHASE
208-230V.
3 phase
(3 wire
w/gnd)
115V.
115V.
115V.
Black
Red
Brown
GND
REMOTE CONDENSER CONNECTIONS
Fan
Control
Circuit
From
Unit
115V.
Brown
Neutral
White
GND
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Note:
All Electrical connections must be made in accordance
with all national and local electrical codes.
Transformer Application
All 208-230V models include a 115V transformer with a
208/230V selector switch. Be sure to select the position
that best matches the incoming voltage prior to supplying
power to the unit. (Voltage from the center tap to case
ground will be 67.5V due to the transformer circuit.)
208/230V models include 115V controls. They require a
115 / 208-230V circuit which has 4 wires including L1, L2,
dedicated neutral, and ground.
If a dedicated neutral is not available or the previous unit
used a 3 wire circuit, (L1,L2, & gnd.) a step-down transformer can be used at the unit to provide power to the
115V components. This will save on installation time and
cost if a dedicated neutral is not present.
Transformer # 4A0817-01 or equivalent can be used for
KM models. Transformer # 446240-01 or equivalent can
be used for F-1000 models. The transformer should be
mounted inside the compressor compartment and wired
using the following generic diagram.
GND.
L1
L2
230V 208V
Θ
L1
BK
N
W
L2
BN
UNIT
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REMOTE APPLICATIONS
CONDENSER CHART
CONDENSER MODEL
MODEL NUMBERS
URC-6F
URC-7F
URC-12F
URC-20F
KM-500/630MRF, F-1000MRF
KML-600MRF
KM-900/1300MRF, KM-1300SRF
KM-1600MRF, KM-1600/2000SRF,
F-2000MRF
URC-24F
KM-2400SRF
Note: F condensers will be used on either F or H series
units as listed above.
When installing a remote application the unit/condenser
combination must match with the above chart. A non-OEM
multi-pass condenser can be used with prior written factory
approval.
REMOTE LINESHoshizaki has 3 precharged line set lengths. 20 foot, 35
foot, and 55 foot sets are available. The line sets are
available in different line sizes for different models.
LINE SET IDENTIFICATION CODE
R404
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35
6
10
Refrigerant
Length In Feet
Liquid Line Size in 16th’s
Discharge Line Size in 16th’s
LINE SET APPLICATIONS
MODELS
KML-600,
KM-500/630, F-1000
KM-900/1300
KM-1600/2000/2400
F-2000
LINE SET
LL (SIZE) DL
R404-__46-2
R404-__68-2
R404-__610
R404-__610
1/4" OD 3/8" OD
3/8" OD 1/2" OD
3/8" OD 5/8" OD
3/8" OD 5/8" OD
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LINE SET INSTALLATION
A universal line set adapter kit, part number OS-QUICK, is
available if you need to field engineer your line set. Both
lines should be insulated separately the entire length of run.
The refrigerant charge for a new unit is distributed between
the unit head and the URC condenser. The line set has a
minimal holding charge of 15 to 30 psig refrigerant vapor.
If you need to field engineer your line set or shorten/
lengthen a precharged line set you can do so by following
these steps:
1. Using the OS-QUICK kit, braze the line set connections. (If you shorten or lengthen a precharged line
set, recover the holding charge, cut or lengthen and
braze the connections.)
2. Pressurize the lines and leak check all braze joints.
3. Evacuate the lines through the service ports on the
Aeroquip quick connect fittings.
4. Charge both lines with 15 to 30 psig R-404A vapor.
To make Aeroquip connection to the unit head and
condenser:
1. Lubricate the threads and O-ring with clean
refrigerant oil.
2. Tighten the female connector until it bottoms out.
Note: Always use a back up wrench when tightening
these fittings.
3. Then turn an additional 1/4 turn to assure a good
brass to brass seal. Leak check the joints with soap
bubbles or an electronic leak detector.
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SYSTEM CHARGE - R-404A
The ice machine head and URC condenser are shipped
with enough refrigerant charge for up to 66 feet of line set
length. The maximum line set length is 100 equivalent feet
from the head to the condenser.
For applications longer than 66 ft. up to the maximum 100 ft.
Length, additional refrigerant must be added. For units utilizing 1/4" L.L. and 3/8" D.L., the line size should be increased to 3/8"L.L. and 1/2"D.L. for the entire length of the
run. Add 16.5 ounces plus 0.4 oz. per foot over 66 feet. For
units utilizing 3/8"L.L., add 0,4 oz. per foot over 66 feet.
NOTE:
(1) Recommended line sizes are same as listed in
the line set application chart.
(2) Older models utilize R-502 refrigerant or R-22
refrigerant. Always check the unit nameplate for
the correct refrigerant type.
Do not connect components using different type
refrigerants!
(3) If refrigerant is added due to extended line set
length, mark the correct total charge on the unit
nameplate for future reference.
(4) When routing and installing remote lines, always
use standard refrigerant piping practices.
(5) Hoshizaki recommends eliminating any excess
loops in a pre-charged line set application before
making the unit connections. This will eliminate oil
traps and possible crimps in the excess tubing.
(6) A service loop should be included behind the unit
as shown in the illustration on page 13 to allow
the unit to be moved away from the wall if
needed.
CRITICAL CHARGE AMOUNT
The total system charge is critical for proper operation
according to Hoshizaki specification. Always weigh in the
proper charge per the following charge chart. (Remote
units show standard charge good for up to 66 feet.) Unit
charge information is also found on the unit Name Plate.
FOR FACTORY SUPPORT
CONTACT HOSHIZAKI TECHNICAL SUPPORT AT:
1 -800-233-1940
E-Mail: techsupport@hoshizaki.com
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HOSHIZAKI CUBER
REFRIGERANT R-404A CHARGE CHART
NOTE: This Chart represents both F and H series models.
MODEL
KM-150
TOTAL CHARGE
BAF
10.6 oz.
BAF-E
11.1 oz.
BWF
12.7 oz.
BWF-E
11.6 oz.
KM-250 BAF
12.7 oz.
BWF
11 oz.
KM-280 MAF / MWF & -E
12 oz.
KML-250 MAH
1 lb.
2 oz.
MWH
14.1 oz.
KML-350 MAF
1 lb.
2 oz.
MWF
13.6 oz.
KML-450 MAF
1 lb.
5 oz.
MWF
15 oz.
KM-500 MAF
1 lb.
10 oz.
MAF-E
1 lb.
10 oz.
MWF
13.4 oz.
MWF-E
13.2 oz.
MRF
3 lb.
15 oz.
KML-600 MAF
2 lb.
4 oz.
MAF-E
1 lb.
6 oz.
MWF &-E
1 lb.
5 oz.
MRF
10 lb.
6 oz.
KM-630 MAF
1 lb. 7.6 oz.
MWF
1 lb.
3 oz.
MRF
4 lb.
4 oz.
KM-900 MAF
3 lb.
7 oz.
MWF
1 lb.
7 oz.
MRF1/3
9 lb. 14 oz.
KM-1300 SAF1/3 & -E 3 lb.
14 oz.
SWF1/3 & -E 2 lb.
2 oz.
SRF1/3 & -E 11 lb.
7 oz.
KM-1300 MAF
4lb.
MWF
2lb.
3 oz.
MRF
9lb.
15 oz.
KM-1300 NRF
11 lb.
7 oz.
KM-1600 MRF1/3
14 lb.
12 oz.
KM-1600 SWF1/3
3 lb.
1 oz.
SRF1/3
14 lb.
12 oz.
KM-1800 SAH1/3
4 lb.
7 oz.
KM-2000 SWF3
3 lb.
7 oz.
SRF3
16 lb.
2 oz.
KM-2400 SRF3
24 lb.
REFRIGERANT
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R-404A URC REMOTE CONDENSERS
(Condenser charge is included in total charge.)
MODEL
FACTORY CHARGE
REFRIGERANT
URC-6F
1 Lb. 14 Oz.
R-404A
URC-7F
2 Lbs. 5 Oz.
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URC-12F
4 Lbs. 7 Oz.
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URC-20F
7 Lbs. 11 Oz
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URC-24F
11 Lbs
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Note: F series condensers are used for both F and H
series remote units.
REFRIGERANT OIL
All R-404A models use Polyol Ester (POE-EAL) oil. POE oil
absorbs moisture easily. Extra care must be taken to reduce the possibility of moisture entering the system during
service. If moisture contamination is suspected, the oil
should be changed and the liquid line drier must be replaced. Changing the oil requires removal of the compressor so that the oil can be drained and replaced with the
correct amount. See compressor data chart for oil amount.
Replacement compressors are shipped with POE oil.
HOSHIZAKI FLAKERS/DCM’S
REFRIGERANT R-404A CHARGE CHART
NOTE: This Chart represents both F and H series models.
MODEL
F-300
F-450
BAF
MAF
MWF
F-500
BAF
F-800
MAF
MWF
F-1000 MAF
MWF
MRF
F-1001 MAF
MWF
MRF
F-2000 MWF
MRF
DCM-240 BAF
DCM-500 BAF
BWF
DCM-750 BAF
BWF
TOTAL CHARGE REFRIGERANT
10.5 oz.
1 lb.
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1 lb.
1 lb.
4 lb.
1 lb.
4 lb.
2 lb.
14 lb.
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9 oz.
15.5 oz
1 lb. 4.1 oz.
13.4 oz.
1 lb. 1.7 oz.
1 lb. 1.7 oz.
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HEAT LOAD FOR R-404A MODELS
The heat of rejection information listed below by model
number should be used for sizing air conditioning equipment or water-cooled cooling tower applications.
CUBERS:
AIR
WATER-COOLED
MODEL
COOLED
KM-150B
KM-150B -E
KM-250BAF
KML-250M
KML-350M
KM-280M & -E
KML-450M
KM-500M
KM-500M -E
KML-600M
KM-630M -E
KM-900M
KM-1300S/M
KM-1300S3
KM-1300S -E
KM-1600SWF
KM-1600SWF3
KM-1800SAH
KM-1800SAH3
KM-2000SWF3
3100
3400
5064
5560
6550
8159
7480
8206
7371
11580
10375
14800
19800
18130
20400
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24150
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(CONDENSER ONLY)
2800
2900
5707
5000
5370
6773
6180
6663
6876
12635
12635
14400
17150
15450
17925
18000
17560
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HEAT LOAD - R-404A FLAKERS/DCM’S
MODEL
AIR
WATER-COOLED
COOLED
(CONDENSER ONLY)
F-300B
3178
—F-450M
5090
—F-500B
4683
—F-800M
7500
6270
F-1000M
9050
7110
F-1000M/50
9000
7000
F-1001M
9050
7110
F-2000M
—15530
DCM-240B
DCM-270B
DCM-500B
DCM-750B
3800
3532
6300
8314
——5575
5130
Figures shown are at 90° F air temp. 70° F water temp.
Allow for a pressure diffenential of 7 psi across the
water cooled condenser.
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“E” Control Board Adjustment Chart
The early “E” boards have 8 dip switches. The latest “E”
boards have 10 dip switches.
“E” BOARD DIP SWITCH SETTING GUIDE
ADJUSTMENTS
DEFROST
COMPLETION
TIMER
PUMP OUT
TIME
DIP #
1
Switch Code 1=ON 0=OFF
0
1
0
1
2
0
0
seconds
60
90
3
0
1
1
1
120 180
0
1
4
0
0
1
1
Length of pump out
seconds
10
10
10
20
Min Defrost Time
seconds
150
180
120 180
Inlet Water Valve
status
OFF
OFF
ON OFF
5
0
1
PERIODIC
0
1
1
1
PUMP OUT
FREQUENCY
BIN CONTROL
6
0
0
cycles
1/1
1/2
7
1/5 1/10
OFF for thermostatic contol
SWITCH
ON for mechanical control
TEST
8
MAX. FREEZE
9
1
1
0
0
10
1
0
1
0
75/50hz 70
60/60hz
50
60
ALWAYS OFF
Default
TIME
(Improved E
board only.)
minutes
NOTE:
1. TO IMPROVE BUILT-IN CLEANING Adjust switches 1&2 to
provide for longer flush and switches 5&6 to every cycle
pump-out 1/1. Do not adjust 1&2 on KM150/250 in high
ambient area.
2. DO NOT ADJUST 3, 4, 7, 8, 9 &10 from factory setting.
3. DO NOT MAKE CONNECTION to the red K-4 terminal
unless a special bin control / red connector is provided.
4. Dip-switches 9&10 are on improved “E” board only. If
original board has 8 dip-swithes, use default setting of
OFF/OFF for 9 & 10. If original board has 10 dip-switches,
match original “E” board settings.
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SETTING CHART FOR R-404A (F/H) MODELS
FACTORY DIP
SWITCH CODE 1=ON 0=OFF
SWITCH SETTINGS:
MODEL:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
KM-150 BA/W/A-E/W-E 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0
KML-250M A
KM-280MA
1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0
KM-280MA-E
1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
KML-250MW, KML350/450/600MA/W
0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1
KM-280/500MW-E
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
KM-280MWF,
0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0
KML-350MAF/MWF 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1
KM-500MAF,
KM630MAF/MRF
0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0
KM-250B,
KM-500MWF/MRF,
KM-630MWF
0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0
KM-500MAF-E,
KM-630MAF-E/MWF-E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
KML-600MRF
1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1
KM-1300S_F/SWF3,
KM-2000SWF3/SRF3 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0
KM-1300SAF-E/SRF-E 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0
KM-1300SWF-E
0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
KM-1300MAF/MRF
0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0
KM-1300NRF
0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0
KM-900M_F/MRF3,
KM-1300MWF,
KM-1600MRF/MRF3 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1
KM-1600SRF/SRF3
1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0
KM-1600SWF3
0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1
KM-1800SAH
0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0
KM-2400SRF3
0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Note: The above chart reflects the factory dip-switch settings for models using R-404A refrigerant. Adjustments
may be made to switches 1, 2, 5, & 6 to improve the built-in
cleaning ability as per the DIP SWITCH SETTING GUIDE. If
you replace the control board, match the cleaning settings
with the original board. Switches 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, & 10 must
remain in the factory position.
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“E” Control Board Functions
An instruction label explaining the “E” board features is included somewhere on the unit. You should find it either on
the control box cover, on the inside of the front panel, or
under the top panel. A stick on label is also included with the
service replacement board. If you are replacing an “E” board,
be sure to place the new label over the original label. This
will advise anyone performing future service that the original board has been replaced and explain the application
switch as outlined below.
{
The #2A1410-02 universal replacement board has an application switch between relays X3 & X4 that is not included on
the original factory board supplied with the unit. This application switch allows this replacement board to be used on older
C and Alpine control board models. The application switch
has 2 positions (C & ALP). On R-404A models, this switch
must be in the ALP position. If the switch is left in the C
position, the compressor contactor will energize as soon as
power is supplied to the unit whether the power switch is ON
or OFF.
There are 4 green LED’s which light in sequence throughout
the unit operation. It is important to note that the green LED’s
are not numbered consecutively. LED1 is located at the edge
of the board beside the K-2 transformer connection. The numbering sequence from the outside edge of the board is 1, 4, 3,
and 2.
The green LED’s are also used for a built-in output test which
can be conducted to diagnose a bad board. The label explains the output test procedure. The correct lighting sequence
for the output test is as follows. When the control switch is
switched ON with the output test switch S-3 ON, after a 5
second delay, LED2 lights. 5 seconds later LED2 goes out
and LED3 lights. 5 seconds later LED3 goes out and LED4
lights. 5 seconds later LED4 goes out and LED1 lights. 5
seconds later LED1 goes out and LED4 lights to begin the
normal sequence of operation. If the LED’s follow this sequence, the board is OK. If any other lighting sequence occurs, the board is bad.
A copy of the “E” board label is included on the next page.
Review the board label thoroughly to understand the “E” board
functions.
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ATTENTION !
THIS UNIT HAS A CONTROL PRODUCTS IMPROVED “E” CONTROL
BOARD INSTALLED. HOSHIZAKI PART NUMBER 2A1410-01.
The improved “E” board includes LED lights and audible alarm safeties. The
red LED indicates proper control voltage and will remain on unless a control
voltage problem occurs. At startup a 5 second delay occurs while the board
conducts an internal timer check. A short beep occurs when the power
switch is turned “ON” or “OFF”.
The green LED’s 1~4 represent the corresponding relays and energize and
sequence 5 seconds from initial startup as follows:
Sequence Step
LED’s on:
Length:Min.
Max.
1 Minute Fill Cycle LED 4
Harvest Cycle
LED 1, 4, & 2
2 min.
20 min.
Freeze Cycle
LED 1
5 min.
60 min.
Reverse Pump Out LED 1, 3, & 2 10 sec.
20 sec.
Avg.
60 sec.
3-5 min.
30-35 min.
Factory set.
{With light on, LED 1 = Comp/RFM; LED 2 = HGV; LED 3 = PM; LED 4 = WV}
Note: LED’s are not numbered consecutively. They are # 1,4,3,2 from board edge.
The built in safeties shut down the unit and have alarms as follows:
1 beep every 3 sec. = High Evaporator Temperature >127° F.
Check for defrost problem (stuck HGV or relay), hot water entering
unit, stuck headmaster, or shorted thermistor.
2 beeps every 3 sec. = Defrost Back Up Timer. Defrost >20 minutes.
Orange LED marked “H Timer” energizes. Check for open
thermistor, HGV not opening, TXV leaking by, low charge, or
inefficient compressor.
3 beeps every 3 sec. = Freeze Back Up Timer. Freeze > Specified Setting
Yellow LED marked “F Timer” energizes. Check for F/S stuck
closed (up), WV leaking by, HGV leaking by, PM not pumping, TXV
not feeding properly, low charge, or inefficient comp. Dip switches 9
& 10 allow for factory adjustment of this back up timer feature.
Note: 2 & 3 beep alarms represent 2 consecutive occurrences.
Additional alarms for mechanical bin switch:
4 beeps every 3 sec. = Short Circuit between the K4 connection on the
control board and the bin control. Check connections and replace
wire harness if necessary.
5 beeps every 3 sec. = Open Circuit between the K4 connection on the
control board and the bin control. Check connections and replace
wire harness if necessary.
Note: Units with mechanical bin switch installed, dip switch No.7 must be
in the “ON” position. If thermostatic control is used No. 7 must be “OFF”.
To manually reset the above safeties, depress white alarm reset button
with the power supply “ON”.
6 beeps every 3 sec. = Low Voltage. Control voltage < 92 Vac ±5%.
The red LED will de-energize if voltage protection operates.
7 beeps every 3 sec. = High Voltage. Control voltage > 147 Vac ±5%.
The red LED will de-energize if voltage protection operates.
Note: The voltage safety automatically resets when voltage is corrected.
The Output Test switch “S3” provides a relay sequence test. With power
OFF, place S3 on and switch power to ICE. The correct lighting sequence
should be none, 2, 3, 4, 1, & 4, in 5 second intervals, then normal sequence.
Components will cycle during test. S3 should remain in the “OFF” position for
normal operation.
The dip switches should be adjusted per the adjustment chart published in the
Tech Specs book. No. 8 must remain in the “OFF” position.
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MANUAL RESET SAFETIES:
The Alpine control board has one manual reset safety. It is
the 127°F high evaporator temperature safety. There is no
indication that the Alpine board is off on this safety. You
will only notice that the unit will restart in the 1 minute fill
cycle when the power switch is shut OFF and Back ON.
This is the only way to reset this safety. If this occurs
check for a hot gas circuit or valve problem, a headmaster
stuck in bypass, hot water entering the unit, or a shorted
thermistor. In case of a shorted thermistor, the unit will not
restart. You will hear a relay click after approximately 2
seconds and the unit will remain off.
The “E” control board can have up to 5 manual reset safeties. They are outlined in the control board function label.
These safeties shut the unit down and assist the service
technician in diagnosing the problem.
The safeties include audible and visual alarms as follows:
1 Beep = 127ºF (52.8ºC) high evaporator temp. safety.
2 Beeps & orange LED = 2 consecutive 20 minute harvest
cycles.
3 Beeps & yellow LED = 2 consecutive maximum freeze
cycles.
4 Beeps = Short circuit on mechanical bin control circuit.
5 Beeps = Open circuit on mechanical bin control circuit.
To reset either safety, press the white reset button
on the control board with the power ON. Next, proceed to check the items outlined on the function label.
The items listed on the function label represent the most
common reasons that the safety would function. There
may be other remote possibilities however, the items listed
should be checked first.
VOLTAGE PROTECTION:
Built-in voltage protection for the “E” board will automatically shut the unit down and beep if either a high or low
voltage problem occurs as follows:
6 Beeps = Low voltage condition.
7 Beeps = High voltage condition.
The high and low voltage protections are the only board
alarms that will automatically restart the unit when the voltage returns to normal. If constant voltage fluctuation occurs, additional external voltage protection will be required.
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MANUFACTURER #
Copeland / JS25C1E-IAA-252
Copeland / ASE24C3E-1AA-252
Danfoss / SA10CL
Copeland / ASE32C3E-CAA-202
Tecumseh / AKA9438ZXA
Tecumseh / AKA9438ZXC
Copeland / RS43C1E-CAA-219
Copeland / RS55C2E-CAA
Tecumseh / AKA9455ZXA
Tecumseh / AKA9455ZXC
Copeland / CS10K6E-PFV
Copeland / RS64C1E-CAV
Copeland / RS64C1E-IAZ-219
Copeland / CS14K6E-PFV
Copeland / CS14K6E-TF5
Copeland / CS14K6E-PFJ
Copeland / CS20K6E-PFV
* Remote units use –02 compressor which has crankcase heater.
-E = European model / 50 hz.
Resistance is measured with Wheatstone bridge under
Controlled ambient conditions.
PART #
KM-150B, DCM-240B, F-300B 4A1177-01
DCM-270B
4A2272-01
KM-150B -E
4A1845-01
KML-250M
4A2456-01
KM-280M
4A1812-01
KM-280M -E
4A1924-01
KM-250B_F, KML-350M
4A2300-01
KML-450M,
4A1843-01
KM-500M
4A1820-01
KM-500M -E
4A1925-01
KML-600M
4A1539-01
KM-630M
4A1683-01
KM-630M -E
4A1839-01
KM-900M, KM-1300S/M
4A1412-01
KM-900M/3, KM-1300S/3
4A1484-01
KM-1300S -E
4A1749-01
KM-1600M/S, F-2000M
4A1420-01
MODEL
(Ohms)
RWR
SWR
6.010
0.902
7.3
1.2
11.8
6.7
7.3
1.2
4.22
0.590
2.746
7.149
4.08
O.59
3.906 – 4.494
0.614 – 0.706
5.95
0.690
7.149
2.746
2.883 – 3.317
1.079 1.241
7.366 – 8.474
1.442 – 1.659
6.512 – 7.492
1.692 – 1.947
2.474 – 2.846
1.004 – 1.156
Line to line 1.496 – 1.722
2.455 – 2.836
1.302 – 1.498
2.204 – 2.536
0.605 – 1.498
(Ohms)
OIL
TYPE
POE EAL
ICI 224B
RL 32DR
ICI 224B
POE EAL
“
“
“
“
“
“
“
“
“
“
“
“
LRA = Lock Rotor Amperage
SWR = Start Winding Resistance
RWR = Run Winding Resistance
RLA = Running Load Amperage (see performance data)
LRA
37
39
13
33.6
59
26.3
51
60
50
26.3
56
37
33
61
55
58
96
COMPRESSOR DATA
fl. oz. / cc.
20 / 568
15 / 426
20 / 568
12 / 341
18 / 512
18 / 511
24 / 682
24 / 682
18 / 511
18 / 512
45 / 1279
24 / 682
24 / 682
45 / 1279
45 / 1279
45 / 1279
45 / 1279
CHARGE
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4A1462-01
4A1272-01
4A1387-01
4A1843-01
4A1322-01
434209-01
4A1581-01
DCM-230FE-UK
DCM-500B,F-450M, F-500B
DCM-750B (Early models)
F-800M (Late models)
F-1000M, F-1001M
F-1000M-22 (Special R-22)
F-1000M-50
Danfoss / SC12DL
Copeland / RS43C1E-CAA-219
Copeland / RS55C1E-PAA
Copeland / RS55C2E-CAA
Copeland / RS70-C1E-PFV
Copeland / REK3-0125-PFV
Copeland / RS80-C1E-CAZ
MANUFACTURER #
Copeland / CS14K6E-PFV
Copeland / CS20K6E-TF5
Copeland / CS18K6E-PFV-237
Copeland / CS18K6E-TF5-237
Copeland / CS20K6E-TF5
Maneurop / MTZ-56-HL3T
34
31
31
19
51
60
LRA
61
75
82
65.5
75
125
* Remote units use –02 compressor which has crankcase heater.
-E = European model / 50 hz. -C = Cubelet model is same as standard Flaker
Resistance is measured with wheatstone bridge under
Controlled ambient conditions.
PART #
4A1412-02
4A1419-01
4A2334-01
4A2330-01
4A1419-01
4A2043-01
MODEL
KM-1300NRF
KM-1600M3/S3,
KM-1800SAH
KM-1800SAH3
KM-2000S3,F-2000M3
KM-2400SRF3
COMPRESSOR DATA
3.17
0.59
0.512 - 0.560
0.614 - 0.706
1.823 - 2.097
0.387 - 0.445
1.990 - 2.290
POE EAL
POE EAL
POE EAL
POE EAL
POE EAL
POE EAL
POE EAL
24 / 682
24 / 682
45 / 1279
21 / 600
24 / 682
24 / 682
CHARGE
OIL
TYPE
Fl. oz. / cc.
POE EAL 45 / 1279
POE EAL 45 / 1279
POE EAL 45 / 1279
POE EAL 45 / 1279
POE EAL 45 / 1279
POE EAL 78 / 2216
LRA = Lock Rotor Amperage
SWR = Start Winding Resistance
RWR = Run Winding Resistance
RLA = Running Load Amperage
(see performance data)
14.6
4.08
4.464 - 5.136
3.906 - 4.494
4.584 - 5.232
4.68 - 5.38
8.175 - 9.405
(Ohms)
(Ohms)
SWR
RWR
2.474~2.846 1.004~1.156
Line to line 0.984 – 1.132
2.623~3.017 0.688~0.792
Line to line 1.168 - 1.344
Line to line 0.984 – 1.132
Line to line 0.62 “
HEAD PRESSURE CONTROLS
WATER-COOLED
An adjustable (Pressure Modulated) water-regulating valve
is installed on the water-cooled condenser outlet. A # V46
Johnson Controls Penn valve is used. A label on the valve
housing identifies the Penn valve.
PENN VALVE
Adjust:
CW - for lower pressure and outlet water temperature with
higher water flow.
CCW – for higher pressure and outlet water pressure
with lower water flow.
CONDENSER OUTLET WATER TEMPERATURE RANGE.
Model
All KM
All DCM
All F
Range
104 ~ 115 ºF
100 ~ 104 ºF
100 ~ 104 ºF
High side pressure
270 psig.
260 psig.
260 psig.
In some cases, if the water-cooled unit has been in operation for a long period of time, adjusting the water- regulating
valve does not allow proper pressures. In this case the water-cooled condenser is likely scaled and requires cleaning.
An acid based condenser cleaner should be circulated through
the coil using an acid pump, until the inner tube is free of
scale. Once the scale is removed, the water-regulating valve
should be adjusted to maintain the range and pressure listed
above.
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REMOTE HEAD PRESSURE CONTROL
All remote condenser units utilize a condensing pressure regulating (CPR/Headmaster) valve to maintain head pressure in
low ambient conditions. You will find a Sporland LAC-4 210
psig. valve mounted in the condenser of all R-404A remote
units with the exception of the KM-2400SRF3. The KM2400SRF3 model uses a Sporland LAC-5 210 psig valve
which is mounted in the unit head.
D
R
The symptoms of a bad headmaster are similar to an undercharged unit. To diagnose a bad headmaster, add additional
refrigerant in 2 lb. increments and watch the pressures. If
the pressures begin to look normal, the unit was undercharged.
In this case, leak check the system to find the leak and use
normal refrigeration practices to recover, repair, evacuate and
recharge the unit. If not, a bad headmaster is a possibility.
Check to see if the valve is stuck open by conducting temperature checks at the outlet of the headmaster. Replace the
headmaster as necessary. Use safe refrigeration practices
when removing the valve and protect the valve from overheating.
HIGH PRESSURE SAFETY SWITCH
An automatic reset high pressure safety switch is utilized on
all Hoshizaki “F” series ice makers. The pressure switch part
numbers and settings are as follows:
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Pressure switch chart for R-404A models:
Models
part number
cut out
(psig.)
400 ±10
DCM-240B 3A0740-01
All KM & DCM water-cooled,
All F models 433441-05
384 ± 21.3
DCM-500/750BAF All KM
air & remote, 433441-07
412 ± 21.
cut in
(psig.)
270 ±10
284± 21.3
327 ± 21.3
BIN CONTROL
KM BIN CONTROLS:
KM/KML cubers will use one of three types of bin controls.
The type of bin control will vary depending on the unit style,
or model and serial number.
1. THERMOSTATIC BIN CONTROL:
The thermostatic bin control is the primary control that supplies 115 volts to all major components in the unit except the
compressor. When this control is closed, 115V is supplied
to the control transformer and to the K1 control board
connector which switches 115 volts to the components as
the sequence dictates. A thermostatic capillary bulb is
mounted in the ice drop zone area or on a drop down
bracket which extends into the bin cavity.
The Thermostatic control is normally closed. (It opens on
temperature drop and closes on temperature rise.) When
ice touches the thermostatic bulb, the bulb pressure opens
the bin control switch to shut the unit down. The thermostatic bin control will shut the unit down at any point in the
sequence of operation if ice contacts the control bulb. The
shut down time will depend on the control adjustment. This
adjustment is factory set however it should always be
checked at start-up to assure proper operation. High
altitude areas require adjustment. When ice is moved
away from the bulb, the unit will always restart in the 1minute fill cycle.
Note: The unit will not operate in either ICE or WASH unless the thermostatic bin control switch is closed.
Larger M models and S models include a drop down bulb
bracket. This bracket should be secured to the unit base
and the control plug connection must be made before
the unit will operate. A bin control extension bracket is
included with all S models. Be sure to install the extension
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bracket. When installing, make sure the bracket points
downward so that the cubes will easily fall away from the
bin control bulb.
___
When replacing a thermostatic bin control, check the operation by holding ice against the thermostatic bulb with the
control switch in the wash position. The pump should stop
within 6 to 10 seconds. Adjustment up to 30~45 seconds
could be acceptable depending on the application. Adjust
the control “CCW” for a faster shut down.
Note: Control board dip switch number 7 must be OFF for
this control to operate the unit. A thermostatic bin control
may be used on KML models and is required for some
dispenser application.
2.MECHANICAL BIN CONTROL:
KML and some M models use a mechanical bin control.
This control includes a proximity switch and actuator paddle
assembly. The mechanical bin control assembly mounts in
the ice drop zone area and will shut the unit dowm within 3
seconds when ice pushes the actuator paddle to the full
right position, away from the proximity switch. Shut down
will only occur during the first 5 minutes of the freeze cycle
when the paddle is moved away from the proximity switch.
If the paddle is moved away from the proximity switch and
held at any other time during the sequence, the unit will
continue to run until the next freeze cycle occurs. This
feature allows for a full batch of ice every cycle so that
there are no small cubes in the bin.
A resistor wireing harness connects the mechanical bin
control to the red K4 connector on the control board. As the
proximity switch opens and closes, the resistance value
will change to either start up or shut down the unit.
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a) When the control paddle is hanging in the normal position, the resistance at the red K4 connector will be 7.9 K
ohms and the unit will start.
BIN EMPTY
Priximity switch
closed.
Mechanical control in the normal position supplies 7.9 K
ohms at red K4 connector to start unit.
b) When the unit is held to the right, the resistance at the
K4 red connector will be 15.8 K ohms and the unit will shut
down within 3 seconds during the first 5 minutes of the
freeze cycle or at the beginning of the next freeze cycle at
any other time in the sequence of operation.
BIN FULL
Proximity switch
open.
Mechanical bin control in the full right position supplies
15.8 K ohms at connector red K4 to shut unit down.
Note: Control board dip switch number 7 must be ON for
this control to operate the unit.
3. CAPACATIVE PROXIMITY SWITCH: KM-1300NRF
This control is used only on the KM-1300NRF model which
was designed tor 42 inch beverage dispenser applications. You will find it only on this specific model. The control
works by sencing mass (in this case, ice) within 1/2 to 1
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inch of the sensor. It also connects to the K4 red connector on the control board and has the same operating sequence as the mechanicam bin control.
The capacitive proximity control has 4 components including a sensor, bin control relay, 24VDC power supply and
resistor harness. This resistor harness is slightly different
from the harness used for the mechanical control. It will
supply either 15.8 K ohms or 5.6 K ohms to the red K4
connector to control the unit.
As the sensor switches, the resistance value will change
to either start up or shut down the unit through the control
board K4 connector.
a) When no ice is present within 1/2~1 inch of the sensor
end, the resistance at the K4 connector will be 5.6 K ohms
and the unit will start. This is the bin empty signal.
b) When ice is present within 1/2~1 inch of the sensor, the
resistance at the K4 connector will be 15.8 K ohms and the
unit will shut down within the first 5 minutes of the freeze
cycle. This is the bin full signal.
Note: Control board dip switch number 7 must be ON for
this control to operate the unit.
F/DCM Bin Control
Flaker / DCM units use a mechanical bin control. A paddle
pivots on a hinge pin to operate either a micro- switch or
magnetic proximity switch. For proper operation, make sure
that the paddle swings freely. The F-450MAF-C cubelet
unit uses an Infrared eye control since it is designed for
dispenser applications. This control has a seperate DC
power supply and an infrared sensor which is mounted
to the base of the ice chute.
CAPACITORS
See wiring diagram reference chart for capacitor ratings.
Check capacitors with an ohm meter for a short or open
circuit. A capacitor checker can be used to check the
capacitance however, it is a good common practice to
change a run capacator any time a PSC motor is replaced.
Always check the run capacitor if a PSC motor will not
start, is running slow, overamping, or overheating.
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HOSHIZAKI KM CUBER
SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
THE STEPS IN THE SEQUENCE ARE AS FOLLOWS:
NOTE: When power is supplied to the “E” Control board,
a 5 second delay occurs at start-up.
1. 1 Minute Fill Cycle
The unit always starts in the 1 minute fill cycle. When
power is applied to the unit the water valve is energized and the fill period begins. After 1 minute the
board checks for a closed float switch. If the float
switch is closed the harvest cycle begins. If not, the
unit will not start without adequate water in the sump.
This serves as a low water safety shut off. The water
valve will remain energized through additional 1 minute cycles until water enters the sump and the float
switch closes.
2. 1st Harvest Cycle
The compressor starts, hot gas valve opens, water
valve remains open and harvest begins. As the evaporator warms, the thermistor located on the suction
line checks for a 48° F. temperature. When 48° F. is
reached, the harvest is turned over to the adjustable
control board defrost timer which is factory set for
normal conditions. This adjustment can vary the defrost timer from 1 to 3 minutes.
3. Freeze Cycle
After the timer terminates the harvest cycle, the hot
gas and water valves close, and the ice production
cycle starts. For the first 5 minutes the controller
board will not accept a signal from the float switch.
This 5 minute minimum freeze acts as a short c y c l e
protection. At the end of 5 minutes the float switch
assumes control. As ice builds on the evaporator the
water level in the sump lowers. Thefreeze continues
until the float switch opens and terminates ice
production.
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4. Harvest Pump Out
When the float switch opens and signals the completion
of the freeze cycle, the harvest cycle begins. The hot
gas valve opens and the compressor continues to run.
The drain timer starts counting the 10/20 second pump
out.
The water pump stops for 2 seconds and reverses,
taking water from the bottom of the sump and forcing
pressure against the check valve seat allowing water
to go through the check valve and down the drain. At
the same time water flows through the small tube to
power flush the float switch. When the drain timer
stops counting, the pump out is complete.
Pump out always occurs on the 2nd harvest after
startup. The Alpine control board allows for adjustment
for pump out to occur every cycle, or every 2nd, 5th or
10th cycle from this point.
5. Normal Harvest Cycle
The water valve opens to allow water to assist the
harvest. As the evaporator warms, the thermistor
reaches 48° F. The control board receives the
thermistor signal and starts the defrost timer. The
watervalve is open during harvest (defrost) for a
maximum of 6 minutes or the length of harvest,
whichever is shorter. When the defrost timer completes
its count down, the defrost cycle is complete and the
next freeze cycle starts.
The unit continues to cycle through 3 , 4 and 5
sequence until the bin control senses ice and shuts
the unit down.
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KM CHECK OUT PROCEDURE
The following is a detailed explanation of the KM 10
Minute Check Out procedure.
The 10 minute check out procedure is basically a
sequence check which can be used at unit start-up or
for system diagnosis. Using this check out procedure
will allow you to diagnose electrical system and
component failures in approximately 10 minutes under
normal operating conditions of 70°F or warmer air and
50°F or warmer water temperatures. Before conducting
a 10 minute checkout, check for correct installation,
proper voltage per unit nameplate and adequate water
supply. As you go through the procedure, check to
assure the components energize and de-energize
correctly. If not, those components and controls are
suspect.
10 MINUTE CHECK OUT PROCEDURE
1. Turn power OFF - gain access to unit control box.
2. Turn power ON – place control switch in ice position.
Note: A 5 second delay occurs for units with “E” control
board.
A) 1 Minute Fill Cycle begins – WV energized.
After 1 minute, control board checks FS. If FS is
closed…unit cycles to Harvest. Continue to (B).
If FS is open, unit repeats 1 minute fill cycle until
water enters and FS closes (low water safety
protection during initial start up and at the end of
each harvest)
Diagnosis: If WV does not open, check for no supply
voltage at WV terminals, bad coil, or plugged screen
or external filter (no water flow). If unit fails to start
harvest, check for open FS or bad 1 minute timer in
board.
B) Initial Harvest Cycle – WV remains energized,
CC energizes to start C, HGV, & (FM on RS
model) energize. Evaporator warms…thermistor
senses 48°F…turns operation of harvest to
control board defrost completion timer. Timer
completes counting (1 ~3 minutes)…Unit cycles
to freeze.
Diagnosis: Check if C is running, HGV is open, WV
still open. Avg. harvest cycle at factory setting is 2
~ 3 minutes. How long does initial harvest last? 1.5
minutes after initial harvest begins, touch C
discharge line. Is it hot? If not check refrigerant
pressures and C operation. If it is hot, touch inlet
line to the evaporator. Is it hot? If it is hot and unit is
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not starting freeze cycle, check defrost
completion timer adjustment, thermistor for open
circuit, discharge line temperature, C efficiency,
and if HGV is fully open.
C) Freeze cycle – C remains energized, PM, (LV
on RS model), and FM energize…WV & HGV
de-energize. Unit is held in freeze by 5 minute
short cycle protection timer. After 5 minutes
freeze cycle operation to transferred to FS for
freeze termination. During first 5 minutes of
freeze, confirm that evaporator temperature
drops. After 7 minutes in freeze, remove black
FS lead from K5 connector…Unit should
immediately switch to pump out cycle.
Diagnosis: If evaporator is not cold, check for HGV
still open, TXV not opening properly, WV
continuing to fill reservoir, improper unit pres
sures, and inoperative C. If unit remains in freeze
with FS removed replace board. * Normal freeze
cycle will last 20 ~ 40 minutes depending on
model and conditions. Cycle times and
pressures should follow performance data
provided in Tech –Specs.
D) Pump Out Cycle – (10/20 second pump out)
C remains energized, HGV energizes, FM deenergizes, PM stops for 2 seconds and starts in
reverse rotation for 10/20 seconds.( This
removes contaminants from the water reservoir
through check valve and down the drain and
allows for power flush of FS.) Check clear
tubing at check valve housing or unit drain for
water flow.
Diagnosis: If PM does not reverse, check PM circuit
and capacitor. If water does not pump out,
remove housing and check/clean valve
assembly.
E) Normal Harvest Cycle –same as Initial Harvest
Cycle – Return to B)…* Unit continues to cycle
through B)…C)…& D) (Setting can be adjusted
to skip D until every 2, 5, of 10 cycles)…until bin
control is satisfied or power is switched OFF.
• Unit always restarts at A).
Legend:
C – Compressor
FS – Float Switch
PM – Pump Motor
CC – Contactor Coil
HGV – Hot Gas Valve
RS – Remote System
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RESERVOIR FLUSH SYSTEM
A displacement device ( cap or assembly ) is positioned
over the top of the overflow stand pipe. This device allows sediment to be pulled from the bottom of the reservoir
and flush down the drain when overflow occurs. Water
should always overflow the stand pipe for a short period
towards the end of harvest to allow this flushing action. To
extend this flushing action, adjust dip switches 1 & 2 for
longer harvest. If overflow does not occur, you likely have
restricted water flow into the unit. Check the inlet water
valve screen, incoming water line size, or the external filter
system. The displacement device must be in position for
proper operation. If not, water goes down the drain during
freeze and short cycling occurs.
PUMP-OUT CHECK VALVE
A mechanical spring & seat check valve is located in
the pump-out housing. If this check valve sticks open,
water flows down the drain during freeze and a 5 minute
freeze cycle occurs. In this case, check for a displaced
seat, trash or a weak spring. Replace the spring if it is
weak. When reinstalling the check valve, the seat always
faces the pump supply.
KML PUMP OUT
The Standard KM series has a dual winding pump motor
that reverses direction during the pump-out cycle. The
reverse rotation pumps sediment down the drain. The KML
models have a single winding pump motor that does not
reverse. Instead of a pump-out check valve and reversing
pump, a drain solenoid and the pump motor are energized
by a relay so that sediment is pumped out.
KM CONTROL SWITCH
The standard KM models have a three position control
switch. The switch positions are “ICE-OFF-WASH”. Also, a
manual cleaning valve includes a micro-switch which opens
the control transformer circuit to the control board during
the cleaning process. This cleaning valve must be in the
horizontal position to make ice.
The KML models have 2 switches. The control switch positions are “ICE- OFF-SERVICE”. With the control switch in
the SERVICE position, the SERVICE switch is energized.
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The service switch also has three positions, “DRAINCIRCULATE-WASH”. With the control switch in SERVICE
and the service switch in DRAIN, the pump starts and drain
valve solenoid opens to automatically drain the reservoir.
In the CIRCULATE position, the pump motor circulates cleaner
to the outside of the evaporator. In WASH, the cleaning
solenoid energizes and the pump circulates cleaner to the
inside and outside of the evaporator.
CONTROL BOARD FUSE
Beginning in May 2002 Hoshizaki began including a 10 Amp
control fuse on KM models. This new feature was added
to specific models as they were produced. The fuse is
located in a fuse holder that is mounted on the control box
and connected in the circuit supplying 115V to the control
board 10-pin connector through pins 10 & 7.
The purpose of this fuse is to protect the control board
from damage in case of a short circuit in one of the components. This fuse will also offer some protection against
external wiring problems, voltage spikes, and surges.
If the fuse is blown, you should isolate each individual
component and check for shorts and grounded conditions.
It is important that any external wiring connections, including the remote condenser circuit be checked before replacing this fuse. If the problem is not corrected, the fuse
will blow again.
In general, you should check the component that connects
to the pin that has a burnt trace on the back side of the
board first. The fuse is a Bussman AGC 10 Amp 250VAC
slow blow fuse, Hoshizaki part # 4A0893-07 and should
only be replaced with one of identical size and type. A
replacement fuse is taped to the control box.
Should you want to add this feature to an existing KM unit
in the field, you can order fuse holder # 4A0892-01, fuse
label # 4A2817-01 and fuse # 4A0893-07, through your
local distributor. You should also make a note on the wiring
diagram indicating the fuse addition, fuse size and type.
On the following page, you will find a typical wiring diagram showing where the fuse is wired in the circuit and
the label that is included on the control box.
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4A2817-01
If fuse blows, look for shorted
component before replacing.
CONTROL FUSE (10A)
(Fuse Label)
COMPONENT CHECKS:
1.FLOAT SWITCH:
Check out the float switch with an ohm meter. When the
float is up, the switch is closed. When the float is down,
the switch is open.
STICKING FLOAT SWITCH:
It is important to remember that the float switch is in the
water circuit and is susceptible to scale buildup. This can
cause the float to stick either up or down. If the float
switch is sticking, it should be cleaned thoroughly with ice
machine cleaner and checked for proper operation. If the
float switch is defective, it should be replaced however, a
dirty float switch is not considered a warranty item.
The symptoms of a sticking float are:
UP/CLOSED: 60 minute freeze cycle, larger cubes,
and pump cavitates prior to harvest.
After 2 consecutive maximum freeze cycles, the
unit will shut down on a 3 beep safety.
To reset this alarm, press the Alarm Reset but
ton on the board with power ON.
DOWN/OPEN: Unit shuts down on low water
safety and water runs continuously.
Heavy scale can be difficult to remove from the float. The
float is available as a replacement part as well as the float
pin. If the housing is defective, replace the complete float
switch assembly.
Replacement Float
# 4A0886F02
Replacement pin
# 4A1141-01
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UNIVERSAL REPLACEMENT FLOAT SWITCH:
There are two styles of KM float switches. One has no
hole in the outside pipe and one has a hole in the outside
pipe. Float switch number 4A0886-02 can be used as a
universal replacement on any KM unit. Simply seal off the
small hole in the outside tube with silicone or a seal cap
from 3/8” refrigeration tubing if it is not needed.
CONNECTOR BOOT:
The float switch boot will sometimes collect scale deposits
since it is in a low area of the water circuit. The boot should
be cleaned thoroughly during scheduled maintenance. Due
to age and high amounts of chlorine in the local water
supply, it can also deteriorate and may cup upward in the
middle holding the float up . In this case, the boot should be
replaced. Order part number 426799-01 as universal replacement part and cut the tube to length as needed.
Universal float boot
# 426799-01
(Cut tube to length)
2. THERMISTOR: Check out the thermistor mounting and
check resistance versus temperature per this chart:
THERMISTOR TEMPERATURE / RESISTANCE
SENSOR TEMP (F°)
RESISTANCE (K OHMS)
0
10
32
50
70
90
14.4
10.6
6.0
3.9
2.5
1.6
The symptoms of a bad thermistor are:
OPEN: 20 minute harvest cycle. The unit will shut
down on a 2 beep safety after 2 consecutive 20
minute harvest cycles.
SHORTED: Unit locks out on manual reset high temperature 1 beep safety in this case.
High Temperature Safety: If evaporator reaches 127°F
the thermistor signal (500 ohms) shuts down the unit on
this manual reset. A 1 beep alarm will occur. To reset this
alarm, press the Alarm Reset button on the board
with power ON. Then check the items listed on the control
board label for a 1 beep alarm.
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Note: The Thermistor must be mounted using a heat
sink compound to assure good heat transfer and accurate sensing. Use Hoshizaki Part Number 4AO68301 or equivalent. (Radio Shack #276-1372 or GE Electronics #10-8108, ect.)
3. CONTROL BOARD: The electronic control board
maintains the sequence of operation. There are 3
input connections to the board.
1. The Float switch connects to the control board
through the black K5 connector.
2. The thermistor connects to the control board
through the white K3 connector.
3. If a mechanical bin control is used, it will connect
to the K4 Red connector. ( In this case, dip switch
#7 must be set to the ON position.)
The control transformer supplies 10.5 VAC control
voltage to the K2 connection. The control board will
not operate unless control voltage is present at K2.
Proper control voltage is indicated by the Power
OK red LED ON.
The final connector on the control board is the K1
10-pin connector. This connector supplies 115 VAC
into the control board switchin components or
relay contacts and powers the individual components during the sequence of operation.
The control board also has 10 dip switches that
allow for board adjustments. These switches are
set from the factory for proper operation and maximum efficiency. See control board adjustment chart
for factory settings and adjustments.
BOARD CHECKOUT: Before replacing a control
board that does not show a visable defect and
that you suspect is bad, always conduct the follow checkout procedure. This procedure will help
you verify your diagnosis.
1. Check the dip switch settings to assure that
#3,4, 7, 8, 9, & 10 are in the factory setting. Output test switch S3 should also be OFF. Switches
1, 2, 4, & 5 are cleaning adjustments and the settings are flexible.
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2. Turn the control switch to ICE and check for proper
control voltage. If the Red LED is ON, the control voltage is good. If the Red LED is OFF, check the control
transformer circuit. See checking control transformer.
3. Next, check the 115 volt input at the 10-pin connector.
Check the brown wire at pin #10 to a white neutral
wire for 115 volts. (Always choose a white neutral
wire to establish a good neutral connection when
checking voltages.) A jumper also feeds 115 volts
into pin # 7. If no voltage is present, check the 115
volt supply circuit.
4. Check the board sequence using the S3 output test.
a) Turn the control switch to OFF and switch S3 ON.
b) Turn the Control switch to ICE and watch the lighting sequence of the 4 green LED’s numbered 1, 4, 3,
2 from the board edge. The Red LED should light in
about 3 seconds.
About 3 seconds later, LED 2 should light.
5 seconds later, Led 2 will go out and LED 3 will light.
5 seconds later, Led 3 will go out and LED 4 will light.
5 seconds later, Led 4 will go out and LED 1 will light.
5 seconds later, Led 1 will go out and LED 4 will light.
This sequence completes the output test and the unit
is now in the 1 minute fill cycle.
Note: If the LED’s light in a different sequence or the 5second interval does not occur as explained, the control
board is bad and should be replaced. If the test sequence
is correct, turn the control switch OFF and switch S3 OFF.
The S3 switch must remain in the OFF position during normal operation. The components will cycle during this test.
5. You have checked the board sequence and now
need to check the output to each component through
the K1 10-pin connector for 115 volts. Follow the wiring color code on the wiring diagram or use the generic
drawing in the wiring diagram section to check each
component for 115 volts through out the sequence and
check from each pin to a white wire.
Note: Checking from pin to case ground can give a false
reading in some instances. Always choose a white neutral wire to establish a good neutral connection when
checking voltages.
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4. BIN CONTROL:
Checkout for the bin control will vary depending on the
model and control that is used.
a) THERMOSTATIC BIN CONTROL: The thermostatic
bulb is mounted in the ice drop area to sense the ice
buildup. To adjust the bin control, hold ice against the
bulb while the unit is operating. You will find it easier to
place the control switch to the wash position to check
the bin control operation. It is easy to hear the pump
motor stop when the bin control opens. The unit should
shut down within a 10 second window when the
control is adjusted properly. If this does not occur,
adjust the thermostatic control by turning the screwdriver slot. Adjusting towards warmer will allow the
unit to shut down quicker. This adjustment should be
checked at installation, when diagnosing a bin control
problem, or if a replacement bin control is installed.
KM 150 / 250 / 280 / 500 / 630 /900 units have a bin
control mounted in the ice drop zone area. KM-1300M /
S and larger units have a drop down bracket that must
be dropped down, secured, and plugged in at installation. The ice must contact the bulb to operate the
bin control. Some bin applications require an extension bracket or relocation of the bulb mounting to allow
for proper shut down. Check this positioning if the
control is adjusted properly and ice continues to back
up into the evaporator section. Assure that the extension bracket is installed.
The symptoms of a bad thermostatic control are:
STUCK CLOSED: The unit continues to operate when the
bin is full. This allows ice to back up in the evaporator
compartment and generally causes a freeze up condition.
This will also occur if the bin control is adjusted too cold or
fully “CW”. Check the adjustment and bulb location before
you diagnose a stuck bin control.
STUCK OPEN: The unit will not start in the ice position. An
easy method to check for an open bin control is to flip the
control switch to WASH. If the pump starts, the bin control
is closed.
b) MECHANICAL BIN CONTROL: The mechanical bin
control uses a moving actuator paddle to open and
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closes a magnetic proximity switch. The control is connected to the red K5 connector on the control board
through a resistor harness. As the proximity switch
opens or closes, the resistance will change to signal
the control board to start up or shut down. The control
board will only respond to this change in resistance
during the first 5 minutes of each freeze cycle.
Note: Dip switch # 7 must be in the ON position for
this control. When dip switch # 7 is ON, the following
2 safeties will occur if the mechanical control fails:
4 Beeps = Short circuit on K5 bin control circuit.
5 Beeps = Open circuit on K5 bin control circuit.
To reset either safety, press the white reset
button on the control board with the power ON.
CHECKOUT: To check this control with the unit running,
you must be in the first 5 minutes of the freeze cycle.
Turn the control switch to OFF and back to ICE. Allow
the unit to cycle through the 1 minute fill cycle and the
initial harvest cycle. Once the freeze cycle begins
(LED 1 ON and when you hear the pump motor start
you will know that the freeze cycle has begun), push
the control paddle to the full right position and the unit
should shut down within 3 seconds.
Another method to check this control is to unplug the
wiring harness from the K5 Red connector and check
the resistance at the end of the harness with an ohmmeter as the proximity switch opens and closes.
1) When the control paddle is hanging in the normal
position, (Bin Empty) the resistance at the red K4
connector will be 7.9 K ohms.
2) When the control paddle is held to the full right
position, (Bin Full) the resistance at the red K4
connector will be 15.8 K ohms.
c) CAPACITIVE PROXMITY SWITCH: This control is
used on the KM-1300NRF model only. It operates with
the same sequence as the mechanical control and has
the same safeties. The difference is that this control
has a separate 24VDC power supply and operates
through a bin control relay.
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CHECKOUT:
To check the operation of this control follow the same check
out procedure as with the mechanical control. Instead of
moving a paddle, you will place your hand within 1/2~1
inch of the sensor end. With the control switch in ICE, you
should hear the bin control relay switch when you move
your hand away from the sensor end and back again.
Check the resistance supplied at the Red K4 connector as
you move your hand back and forth at the sensor end.
Unplug the harness and use an ohmmeter to check the
resistance. As the sensor switches, the resistance value
will change as follows:
a) When your hand is away from the sensor end, the
resistance at the K4 connector will be 5.6 K ohms. This is
the bin empty signal.
b) When your hand is within 1/2~1 inch of the sensor, the
resistance at the K4 connector will be 15.5 K ohms. This is
the bin full signal.
If the relay does not switch or the resistance does not
change, check the control wiring, relay operation, and the
control power supply for 115 VAC input / 24 VAC output.
Note: Remember that dip switch # 7 must be ON and the
control will have these safeties.
4 Beeps = Short circuit on K5 bin control circuit.
5 Beeps = Open circuit on K5 bin control circuit.
F/DCM BIN CONTROL:
DCM bin controls may be a mechanical flapper with a magnetic proximity switch or a micro-switch assembly. Since
these controls have moving parts, make sure that all parts
move freely. Sticking can occur if scale builds up at the
pivot points. All flakers except the F-450MAF-C use the
mechanical/proximity switch control. If the bin control fails,
the spout will fill with ice causing higher gear motor current
and the gear motor protect fuse will blow.
The F-450MAF-C has an infrared eye bin control. A separate power supply provides 24 VDC to the infrared eye.
This power supply is mounted in a separate control box
along with the bin control relay. The IR sensor is mounted
on the outside of the chute base in a molded indentation.
Two mounting holes mount the sensor to the chute base.
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The sensor has two LED lamps that light to show that
power is supplied. Since the voltage is DC, the sensor is
polarity sensitive. The sensor has four wires. The orange
wire is capped off and not used. The black wire connects
to the coil of relay X7. The brown wire is the positive lead
and connects to terminal J2-1 on the power supply. The
blue wire is the negative lead and connects to terminal J22. If these wires are crossed, the sensor will not shut the
unit down. The result will be that the spout will fill with ice
causing higher gear motor current and the gear motor protect fuse will blow. In this case, the bin control is the first
component to check.
The sensor has two adjustments that are factory set. The
first adjustment sets the operation mode of the sensor. It
must be in the D position. The second adjust the operating
distance of the infrared beam at approximately 4”. It should
be set so that the white dot on the dial is at 12 o’clock (top
dead center). These settings should not be altered.
5. KM CONTROL TRANSFORMER: The KM control transformer supplies 10.5 VAC to the control board through the
K2 connector. This 115V/10.5V stepdown transformer is a
heavy duty component with an internal thermal overload.
The primary winding of this transformer will handle higher
voltage without damage because the thermal overload will
open to protect the winding in the case of improper supply
voltage. The control board monitors the output voltage of
this control transformer and provides automatic reset high
and low voltage protection.
The red LED on the control board will not light if no control
voltage is supplied. The 115V transformer primary circuit is
supplied through the thermostatic bin control, control switch,
high pressure switch, and low pressure switch if included.
If either of these switches are open, there is not control
voltage at the K2 connector and the unit will not operate.
The transformer secondary circuit includes the cleaning
valve interlock switch. If this switch is open, no control
voltage is supplied to the K2 connector so the unit will not
operate. Always check the cleaning valve position and
interlock switch if the red LED is off.
Because of the voltage protection, if the control transformer fails, it is important to use the correct OEM part.
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6. KM PUMP MOTOR ASSEMBLY:
The KM pump assembly has a dual winding PSC motor with
an internal overload. The motor has a cast housing and
sealed stainless steel roller bearings. No lubrication is
required for these roller bearings.
If the pump motor fails, always repalce the pump motor
capacitor. If other failures occur, the front end of the pump
assembly is rebuildable. The mechanical seal is the most
common failure part and can be replaced.
Following, are the assembly breakdown’s for two generic
pump assemblies. Use these drawings as a guide to reassemble a pump assembly that you are rebuilding.
PUMP ASSEMBLY BREAKDOWN:
SMALLER STYLE KM’s
1
Motor
6
Pump Gasket
2
Retainer
7
Impeller
3
Mechanical Seal
8
Pin
4
“O” Ring
9
Pump Gasket
5
Plate
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LARGER STYLE KM’s
1
Motor
2
Pump Flange
3
Bracket
4
Mechanical Seal
5
Packing
6
Impeller
7
Pin
8
Pump Housing
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7. INLET WATER VALVE: Hoshizaki uses inlet water valve
solenoid to fill the reservoir for ice making. This constant
duty solenoid valve is very reliable however, in areas of
hard water and high levels of chlorine, the diaphragm is
susceptible to failure.
Water quality is constantly changing and local municipalities are now adding higher levels of chlorine, chloramine,
and chlorine dioxides to the water. These agents can damage rubber parts and effect the diaphragm life.
The diaphragm is made of rubber and ABS and has a bleed
port on the inside ABS piece. This port allows the pressure
to balance on the top and bottom of the diaphragm so that
the valve will open and close properly with the spring
pressure. If the rubber becomes dry and brittle or the
bleed port is plugged with trash or debris, the valve will
leak by. In this case the valve can be disassembled for
cleaning and the diaphragm and inlet screen can be cleaned
or replaced. It is important to remember that the warranty
covers repair of defects and not cleaning. Should the valve
be scaled or dirty, it should be cleaned and bill to the customer.
Below you will find an exploded view of the valve assembly and instructions for reassembly of the valve. When
replacing the diaphragm and re-assembling the
valvereplacing the diaphragm, it is important that the plunger
is in the correct position. This plunger has a white plastic
seal on one end and is metal on the other end. The white
seal end of the plunger must be in contact with the diaphragm in order for the valve to work correctly.
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Because of the different flow rates, it is important to use
the correct OEM water valve when servicing a Hoshizaki
ice maker. Use the following chart to identify the correct
valve, diaphragm or inlet screen.
CKD VALVES
Replacement screen for all CKD valves # SP9200010
Part #
Vender # Diaphragm # Model #’s
3U0111-01 J248-030 SP8802237 KM-1200/1300/1600
3U0111-02 J248-032
“
KM-630/632/800/900
3U0111-03 J248-033
“
KM-450/452/500
KML-600
3U0111-04 J248-072
“
KM-250B_B
KML-350/400/450
3U0150-01 J248-647
“
KM-280, KML-200
3U0145-01 J248-126
“
KM-250B_C/E/F/H
3U0152-01 J248-662
“
KM-150BAF
3U0133-01 J248-096
“
KM-250M_E/F
3U0136-01 J248-106
“
KM-1800/2000/2400
3U0085-01 J246-379 0000-0264 KM-451/1201
3U0070-02 J246-354
“
KM-601/631
3U0065-01 J246-086
“
F-251/250/441/450
F-650/1101/1001,
F-1000M_B, F-2000M-E
F-1000M_E >>Serial
code F-0
DCM-231/230/240,
DCM-451/450/701/700
EATON VALVE
Replacement screen # SA0019
Part #
Vender # Diaphragm # Model #’s
4A0865-01 K-63310-01 SA0020 F-650/800, F-1000M_E
F-1001, F-2000M_F
DCM-270/500/750,
DCM-450 Serial
code F-1>>>
8. Check other components using a good quality multimeter
normal electrical diagnostic procedures.
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Diagnosing water problems.
Many common water related problems will cause cubes to
look unnatural. Looking at the ice in the bin will point you
towards the problem area. Study these shapes and causes
to help you diagnose water related problems.
1. Normal cube, No problem.
Average cube size 1/2” thick x
1 1/8” wide x 1 1/2” high.
2. Larger than normal cube with heavy
saddled edges.
Note: Normal cube may have slight saddled edge.
If the float switch sticks in the up position, (closed ) the
unit will have a consistent 60 minute freeze cycle. This
will result in heavy saddled edges and may cause pump
cavitation and ice to stick on the evaporator or ice possible bridging.
A FREEZE UP MAY OCCUR IF ICE STICKS DUE TO
THE LARGER EDGES.
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3. Bridging or ice strips
a) Bridging that occurs on all ribs of all evaporator plates
is the result of excessive water in the reservoir. This is
caused by the inlet water valve leaking by. Check for a
plugged bleed port in the water valve diaphragm or a
defective water valve.
b) May be the result of # 2.
c) Bridging can occur on a few ribs if some of the holes in
the water distribution tubes are plugged. An inspection
of the ice build up on the evaporator will show some ribs
with no ice and others with strips. Clean the water
distribution system.
d) Bridging on 1 or 2 plates of a multiple evaporator unit
can result from water distribution problems or a refrigeration system problem. Eliminate water problems first
then check TXV, hot gas valve, charge, etc....
BRIDGING WILL GENERALLY CAUSE A FREEZE UP.
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4. Melt away of back of cube
a) This can occur if the evaporator plate is scaled up.
De-scaling is required.
b) Insufficient water flow during harvest can also cause
the flat side of the cube to melt away. Check for a
plugged inlet water valve screen, plugged external
filter, low water pressure, or a small water line size.
EITHER OR BOTH OF THESE ITEMS CAN CAUSE
THIS SYMPTOM.
5.
Small cube
(Size will depend on how much water is
in the reservoir.)
a)
b)
c)
6.
Can be caused by a low volume of water at the beginning of freeze. Check for adequate water flow during
harvest. See item 4 b)
If the pump out check valve is stuck open or has a
weak spring, the water left in the reservoir will be
pumped out during the first five minutes of freeze.
This results in a short cycle and slivers of ice or small
cubes.
Any loss of water, whether by leak, water trail, or
loose stand pipe can cause this problem.
Freeze ups can be caused by 2, 3, or 4 above in any
combination. The major cause however is a dirty
(scaled up ) water system or evaporator. A thorough
cleaning will eliminate most freeze ups. The second
most common reason for freeze up is low water flow.
Always check the evaporator, and water flow first,
then go to other checks when diagnosing freeze ups.
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PLEASE COMPLETE WHEN DIAGNOSING A FREEZEUP, REFRIGERANT LEAK, OR LOW CHARGE.
MODEL#_________________SERIAL#_________________
INSL DATE ______________FAIL DATE____________
Single Stacked
1. Single unit or stacked equipment?
[ ] [ ]
YES NO
2. Condition of float switch - Dirty float?
[ ] [ ]
Are contacts opening?
[ ] [ ]
3. Is water pump always running during
freeze?
[ ]
[ ]
4. Is thermistor properly mounted?
[ ]
[ ]
5. Is the TXV bulb tight and insulated?
[ ]
[ ]
6. Does water sump fill to overflow in 60 –90
secs. or less when empty?
[ ]
[ ]
7. Is the water line size 1/2”?If not ______” [ ]
[ ]
8. Is water flow 3 GPM for KM-150~KM-900?[ ]
[ ]
9. Only one water line per unit? If not _____ [ ]
[ ]
10. Is water flow 5GPM for KM-1300 ~
KM-2400?
[ ]
[ ]
11. Will bin control cycle OFF within 6-10
seconds when in contact with ice?
[ ]
[ ]
12. Have you checked that the bin control
capillary is not touching a heated source?[ ]
[ ]
13. Are the evaporator separators
positioned properly?
[ ]
[ ]
14. Is the cube guide positioned correctly?
[ ]
[ ]
15. Date evaporators were last cleaned
_____________
16. Does the unit have any water filtration? [ ] [ ]
If so, please list the following:
Brand filter_________________________________
Filter model________________________________
Water filter pressure gauge reading _________psig
Date filter last replaced ______________________
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_______________________
17. Date screen on water solenoid was
last cleaned ________
Does water valve close completely when
de-energized?
[ ]
[ ]
18. What is the water pressure? _________ psig
Temperature? ________°F
19. Please list the control board dip switch settings.
1 _______ 2 _______ 3 _______ 4 _______
5 _______ 6 _______ 7 _______ 8 _______
20. Is cube size consistent from inlet to
YES NO
outlet of evaporator? (full freeze pattern) [ ] [ ]
21. Is ice still dropping when unit cycles into
the freeze mode?
[ ]
[ ]
22. After defrosting, was the unit leak
checked?
[ ] [ ]
Were any leaks found?
[ ] [ ]
If so, where? (Be specific)
____________________________________________
23.
Was any refrigerant added to the unit? [ [ [ ]
If so, how much?
___________________________________________
24. What is the head pressure?
Freeze ___________ Harvest _____________
25. What is the suction pressure?
Freeze ____________Harvest _____________
26. What is length of Freeze cycle______________
Harvest cycle? _______________
27. Ambient temperature? _______________ ° F
28. Water-cooled condenser outlet water
temp._________°F
29. Is the hot gas valve opening?
[ ]
[ ]
30. List model and manufacturer of bin
________________________________________
31. If non-Hoshizaki bin, what modifications have been
made to bin control mounting?
[ ] [ ]
32. Has extension bracket been added to the bin
control bracket?
[ ]
[ ]
33. Check ice drop weight. ________________________
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PREVENTATIVE MAINTENENCE: Perventative Maintenance
is the key to long equipment life and maximum efficiency.
Hoshizaki recommends preforming the following maintenance steps at least annually. The PM frequency will depend on the local water quality and operating conditions.
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE STEPS:
1. Clean the removable air filter. Hoshizaki air-cooled units
include a front accessible, cleanable air filter. This filter
collects dirt, dust, and grease can be cleaned with warm
soapy water. Hoshizaki recommends cleaning the air filter
twice a month or more as conditions dictate.
2. Service the external water filter system (if equipped)
and check and clean inlet water valve screen.
3. Clean and sanitize the water system and bin. A cleaning
label with detailed instructions is usually located on the
inside of the front panel.
4. Check bearings for wear annually on Flaker/DCM.
Pull the auger and inspect evaporator, auger, and bearing
surfaces for wear. More frequently bearing inspections
may be needed in areas with poor water quality.
5. Visually inspect the unit for loose wires, oil spots, water
drips, etc.
6. Clean & wipe exterior with a soft cloth and neutral cleaner.
STAINLESS STEEL CLEANING:
Water quality is constantly changing and local municipalities are now adding higher levels of chlorine, chloramine,
and sometimes, chlorine dioxides to reduce bacteria in the
water. Stainless steel is a durable metal however it can be
suseptable to corrosion from exposure to chlorine gas.
As ice forms on a cuber evaporator, chlorine outgases and
the chlorine gas settles in the lowest point in the bin. This
gas sticks to wet surfaces and around the mouth of the bin
and forms hydrochloric acid. If this acid remains on the
stainless steel, rust colored corrosion occurs. With enough
exposure, the corrosion can pit and damage the stainless.
If rust colored corrosion is found, it should be cleaned
throughly with a non-abrasive cleaner and protected with
a stainless steel polish. Heavy corrosion will require some
effort to remove and may require the use of a cleaning
agent like “Brasso” or non-abrasive powdered cleaner like
“Zud” or “Bon Ami”. Care should be taken so as not to
scratch the stainless during the cleaning process.
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CLEANING/SANITIZING PROCEDURE
A label which details the step by step cleaning/sanitizing
procedure is located on the inside front panel of the ice
machine. These instructions are also provided in the Instruction Manual shipped with each unit. Follow these instructions to conduct a thorough cleaning and sanitizing of
the water system.
Annual cleanings are recommended. More frequent
cleanings may be required in bad water areas.
INLET WATER VALVE
The inlet water valve includes an 80 mesh screen to protect the water system from debris. Always check and
clear this screen during the cleaning procedure.
CLEANERS:
Hoshizaki recommends "Hoshizaki Scale Away' or "LimeA-Way" (by Economics Laboratory, Inc.) however any FDA
approved ice machine cleaner is acceptable. If you carry a
nickel safe cleaner, the acidic solution is weaker than normal cleaners to protect plated surfaces. You may need to
use a heavier mixture of nickel safe to cut heavier scale
deposits.
RECOMMENDED CLEANING SOLUTION MIXTURE
MODEL
CLEANER
WATER
KM-150
DCM-240
KM-250B
KML-250/450
KM-280/500/630/900
KML-600
KM-1300/1600
KM-2000/2400
All Flakers &
DCM-500/750
5 Fl. Oz.
6 Fl. Oz.
7 Fl. Oz.
10.5 Fl. Oz.
1 Gal.
1 Gal.
1.3 Gal.
2.0 Gal.
16 Fl. Oz.
27 Fl. Oz.
38Fl. Oz.
3.0 Gal.
5.0 Gal.
7.0 Gal.
9.6 Fl. Oz.
1.6 Gal.
The system should be sanitized using a solution of water
and 5.25% sodium hypochlorite (chlorine bleach). Any
commercial sanitizer recommended for ice machine application is acceptable.
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RECOMMENDED SANITIZING SOLUTION MIXTURE
MODEL
SANITIZER
WATER
KM-150
KM-250B
DCM-500/750
KML-250/450
KM-280/500/630/900,
KML-600,DCM-240
KM-1300/1600
KM-2000/2400
All Flakers
.5 Fl. Oz.
.65 Fl. Oz.
.82 Fl. Oz.
1 Fl. Oz.
1 Gal.
1.3 Gal.
1.6 Gal.
2.0 Gal.
1.5 Fl. Oz.
3.5 Fl. Oz.
3.7 Fl. Oz.
2.5 Fl. Oz.
3.0 Gal.
5.0 Gal.
7.0 Gal.
5.0 Gal.
KM PRODUCTION CHECK
The steps for a cuber production check are as follows:
1. Time a complete cycle from the beginning of one
freeze cycle to the beginning of the next freeze
cycle.
2. Catch all of the ice from this freeze cycle and
weigh the total batch.
3. Divide the total minutes in a 24 hour day (1440
minutes) by the complete cycle time in minutes to
obtain the number of cycles per day.
4. Multiply the number of cycles per day by the cycle
batch weight for the cuber production per 24
hours.
(1440 • Total Cycle Time) x Ice Batch Weight=
24 Hour Production
Once you calculate the production, check the incoming water temperature, and ambient condensing temperature at the
cuber and cross reference to performance data included in
this manual to see if the calculation falls within 10% of the
specification.
For the most accurate production check, a normal freeze
cycle should be checked. If the evaporator compartment has
been opened for service or if the unit has been cut off for a
long period of time, the first freeze cycle will be longer than
normal. Timing this cycle can result in an inaccurate production check. To avoid this, start the unit and allow it to operate
for 10 minutes in the freeze cycle, unplug the float switch
lead and cause the unit to cycle into harvest mode. Replug
the float switch and start timing as soon as the next freeze
begins. Also remember that the evaporator compartment must
be closed during the production check. Removing the front
cover to check the ice buildup during a production check will
allow heat into the evaporator and will affect the total cycle
time and actual production.
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WATER AND REFRIGERATION CIRCUIT
DRAWING REFERENCE CHART
MODEL
PAGE
KM-150BAF/F-E ......................................................... 61
KM-280MAF/H, MWF/H .............................................. 62
KM-280MAF/H-E, MWF/H-E ....................................... 62
KML-250MAH, MWH .................................................. 63
KML-350MAF/H, MWF/H ............................................ 63
KML-450MAF/H, MWF/H ............................................ 63
KML-600MAF/H, MWF/H ............................................ 63
KML-600MRF/H .......................................................... 64
KM-500MAF/H, MWF/H .............................................. 65
KM-500MRF/H ............................................................ 66
KM-630MAF/H,F/H-E, MWF/H, F/H-E ........................ 65
KM-630MRF/H ............................................................ 66
KM-900MAF/H, MWF/H .............................................. 65
KM-900MRF/H ............................................................ 66
KM-1300SAF/H,F/H-E, SWF/H, F/H-E ....................... 67
KM-1300SRF/H .......................................................... 68
KM-1300MAF/H, MWF/H ............................................ 69
KM-1300NRF .............................................................. 68
KM-1600MRF/H .......................................................... 70
KM-1600SWF/H ......................................................... 67
KM-1600SRF/H .......................................................... 68
KM-1800SAH ............................................................. 71
KM-2000SWF/H, SRF/H ............................................. 71
KM-2400SRF/H .......................................................... 72
NOTE: Some drawings have been combined to
represent more than one model.
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KM-150BAF, BWF
KM-150BAF-E, BWF-E
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KM-280MAF/H, KM-280MWF/H
KM-280MAF/H-E, KM-280MWF/H-E
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KML-250MAF/H, KML-250MWF/H
KML-350MAF/H, KML-350MWF/H
KML-450MAF/H, KML-450MWF/H
KML-600MAF/H, KML-600MWF/H
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KML-600MRF/H
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KM-500MAF/H, KM-500MWF/H
KM-500MAF/H-E, KM-500MWF/H-E
KM-630MAF/H, KM-630MWF/H
KM-630MAF/H-E, KM-630MWF/H-E
KM-900MAF/H, KM-900MWF/H
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KM-500 MRF/H
KM-630 MRF/H
KM-900 MRF/H
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KM-1300SAF/H, SAF/H-E
KM-1300SWF/H, SWF/H-E
KM-1600SWF/H
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KM-1300 NRF
KM-1300SRF/H
KM-1600SRF/H
68
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KM-1300MAF/H, MWF/H
69
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KM-1600MRF/H
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KM-1800SAH, SAH3
KM-2000SWF/H, KM-2000SRF/H
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KM-2400 SRF/H
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50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Air
150
137
124
70 / 21
141
129
122
Water
Cycle Time
Freeze
25
25
26
26
28
29
3.5
3.3
Cycle Time
3
3
Harvest
3
3
50 / 9
215
278
Pressure
70 / 21
230
279
High Side
90 / 32
230
282
50 / 9
35
48
Pressure
70 / 21
37
48
Suction
90 / 32
38
49
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
cycle.
Kg=lbs.
x .454
Production
24 hours
(lbs.)
Ambient Temp (F°)
Water
Temp (F°)
MODEL: KM-150B_F
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): BAF 8A (6A)
Water Consumption for water cooled Condenser:
Air
30
32
35
3
3
3
245
250
265
36
38
38
135
122
108
Water
128
99
93
49
49
51
26
31
33
3
3
3
279
280
284
Air
100
97
95
48
38
48
37
49
38
49
38
50
39
50
38
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze
35
34
40
3
3
3
260
254
275
26
29
32
3
3
3
278
279
284
Water
130
100
96
100 / 38
27
31
36
3
3
2.8
280
281
288
Air
124
114
100
Water
134
113
112
90 / 32
38
39
43
3
3
3
305
315
310
80 / 27
Supply Voltage: 115-120/60/1
BWF: 7.5A (6A)
Ice Production per cycle:
2.6 Lbs, 130 pcs.
90/70 (32/21) 326 Gal/24 hr.
70/50 (21/9)
134 Gal/24 hr:
R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
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50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
25
22
28
24
33
26
3
3.2
Cycle Time
3
3
Harvest
3
3
260 / 18.3
50 / 9
280 / 19.7
Pressure
281 / 19.7
70 / 21
281 / 19.8
High Side
psig / kg/cm2G
303 / 21.3
90 / 32
284 / 20.0
50 / 9
45 / 3.2
45 / 3.2
Pressure
70 / 21
46 / 3.2
46 / 3.2
Suction
psig / kg/cm2G
90 / 32
47 / 3.3
48 / 3.4
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
Cycle Time
Freeze
27
32
37
3
3
3
276 / 19.4
308 / 21.6
326 / 23.0
46 / 3.2
47 / 3.3
48 / 3.4
29
36
46
3
3
2.5
282 / 19.9
335 / 23.2
370 / 26.0
125 / 57
98 / 44
76 / 34
141 / 64
119 / 54
108 / 49
24
28
30
3
3
3
281 / 19.8
285 / 20.0
288 / 20.2
Air
Water
281 / 19.8
283 / 19.9
286 / 20.1
46 / 3.2
46 / 3.2
46 / 3.2
46 / 3.2
47 / 3.3
47 / 3.4
48 / 3.4
47 / 3.4
49 / 3.5
50 / 3.5
50 / 3.5
49 / 3.4
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze cycle.
23
26
29
3
3
3
127 / 58
101 / 46
88 / 40
Air
46 / 3.2
48 / 3.4
52 / 3.7
25
29
33
3
3
2.7
282 / 19.8
286 / 20.1
290 / 20.4
139 / 63
116 / 53
97 / 44
Water
Supply Voltage: 220-240/50/1
Ice Production per cycle: 2.6 Lbs, 130 pcs.
90/70 (32/21) 243 Gal/24 hr.
100 / 38
90 / 32
28
35
41
3
3
2.5
281 / 19.7
330 / 23.2
351 / 24.7
R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
MODEL: KM-150B_F- E
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): BAF-E 5A (3.8A) BWF-E: 5.5A (3.8A)
Water Consumption for water cooled Condenser:
70/50 (21/9)
132 Gal/24 hr:
70 / 21
80 / 27
Ambient Temp (F°)
Water
Kg=lbs.
Air
Water
Air
Water
Temp (F°)
x .454
143 / 65
Production
50 / 9
138 / 63
130 / 59
150 / 68
129 / 59
24 hours
70 / 21
127 / 58
113 / 51
141 / 64
118 / 54
(lbs./kg.)
90 / 32
114 / 52
101 / 46
129 / 59
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PERFORMANCE DATA
Water
222
211
199
236
222
197
70 / 21
Air
Cycle Time
Freeze
21
22
22
23
26
24
3.3
4.5
Cycle Time
2.9
4.1
Harvest
2.8
3.8
50 / 9
261
260
Pressure
70 / 21
279
266
High Side
90 / 32
301
270
50 / 9
43
47
Pressure
70 / 21
44
47
Suction
90 / 32
46
48
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Ambient Temp (F°)
Water
Kg=lbs.
Temp (F°)
x .454
50 / 9
Production
70 / 21
24 hours
90 / 32
(lbs.)
22
24
29
3.0
2.4
2.3
275
303
324
44
45
47
226
204
176
Air
22
26
30
2.9
2.0
2.0
279
323
345
22
24
26
4.2
3.6
3.5
264
274
275
23
25
27
4.1
3.1
3.0
266
280
283
211
185
173
Water
90 / 32
23
27
34
2.6
2.0
2.0
283
328
365
215
183
136
Air
48
48
50
23
25
29
3.6
3.1
2.8
270
281
285
210
182
163
Water
100 / 38
47
44
47
44
48
46
48
46
49
50
49
48
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze cycle.
222
189
161
Air
214
197
186
Water
80 / 27
Supply Voltage: 115/60/1
MODEL: KM-250BM_F
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): Air: 10.6A (9.2A) Water: 9.5A (8.5A)
Ice Production per cycle:
3.98Lbs, 200 pcs.
90/70 422.5 Gal/24 hr.
Water Consumption for water cooled Condenser:
70/50 (21/9)
321 Gal/24 hr:
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12/20/03
2/20/03
PERFORMANCE DATA
Water
252
240
226
269
245
219
70 / 21
Air
Cycle Time
Freeze
22
22
25
24
30
25
3.0
3.5
Cycle Time
2.7
3.2
Harvest
2.6
3.0
50 / 9
236
279
Pressure
70 / 21
259
279
High Side
90 / 32
285
283
50 / 9
45
46
Pressure
70 / 21
50
48
Suction
90 / 32
54
52
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Ambient Temp (F°)
Water
Kg=lbs.
Temp (F°)
x .454
50 / 9
Production
70 / 21
24 hours
90 / 32
(lbs.)
24
28
34
2.8
2.3
2.4
254
290
312
49
56
60
251
214
192
Air
25
31
37
2.7
2.0
2.0
259
316
339
23
25
27
3.3
2.8
2.8
279
280
286
24
26
28
3.2
2.6
2.4
279
280
285
240
212
197
Water
90 / 32
26
32
42
2.5
2.0
2.0
262
321
361
242
182
141
Air
49
54
61
24
27
30
3.2
2.5
2.4
281
281
290
238
209
184
Water
100 / 38
4.7 Lbs, 240 pcs.
90/70 396 Gal/24 hr.
48
50
48
50
51
62
53
61
55
69
57
65
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze cycle.
245
188
164
Air
Supply Voltage: 115/60/1
Ice Production per cycle:
243
225
211
Water
80 / 27
MODEL: KM-280M_F & H
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): Air: 11.6A (10.2A) Water: 10A (9.2A)
Water Consumption for water cooled Condenser:
70/50 (21/9)
418 Gal/24 hr:
77
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
Water
230 / 104
219 / 99
201 / 91
258 / 117
231 / 105
204 / 93
70 / 21
Air
Cycle Time
Freeze
20
22
23
23
30
25
3.1
3.2
Cycle Time
3.1
3.1
Harvest
3.0
3.1
245 17.2
50 / 9
275 / 19.3
Pressure
267 / 18.8
70 / 21
279 / 19.6
High Side
psig / kg/cm2G
290 / 20.4
90 / 32
289 / 20.3
50 / 9
55 / 3.9
50 / 3.5
Pressure
70 / 21
58 / 4.1
53 / 3.7
Suction
psig / kg/cm2G
90 / 32
61 / 4.3
57 / 4.0
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Ambient Temp (F°)
Water
Kg=lbs.
Temp (F°)
x .454
Production
50 / 9
24 hours
70 / 21
(lbs./kg.)
90 / 32
22
28
35
3.1
3.0
2.5
262 / 18.4
296 / 20.8
315 / 22.1
57 / 4.0
62 / 4.3
64 / 4.5
23
25
28
3.1
2.9
2.9
279 / 29.6
290 / 20.4
300 / 21.1
25
33
45
3.0
2.9
2.9
269 / 18.9
325 / 22.8
360 / 25.3
54 / 3.8
61 / 4.3
68 / 4.8
24
26
30
3.1
2.9
2.9
282 / 19.8
292 / 20.6
30 / 21.8
215 / 97
188 / 85
156 / 71
Water
100 / 38
229 / 104
160 / 73
120 / 54
Air
278 / 19.6
285 / 20.1
296 / 20.8
52 / 3.7
58 / 4.1
53 / 3.7
58 / 4.1
57 / 4.0
66 / 4.6
60 / 4.2
65 / 4.6
61 / 4.3
70 / 4.9
64 / 4.5
68 / 4.8
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze cycle.
23
31
39
3.1
2.9
2.9
267 / 18.8
320 / 22.5
341 / 24.0
23
24
27
3.2
3.0
3.0
219 / 99
192 / 87
173 / 79
Water
90 / 32
231 / 105
166 / 75
142 / 64
Air
222 / 100
204 / 93
185 / 84
Water
80 / 27
237 / 108
196 / 89
175 / 79
Air
PERFORMANCE DATA
Supply Voltage: 220-240/50/1
MODEL: KM-280M_F-E & KM-280MAH-E
4.7 Lbs, 240 pcs.
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): MAF-E / H-E 5.1A (4.3A) MWF-E: 5A (3.8A) Ice Production per cycle:
90/70 (32/21) 290 Gal/24 hr.
Water Consumption for water cooled Condenser:
70/50 (21/9)
163 Gal/24 hr:
78
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
307
284
267
Air
70 / 21
314
304
290
Water
Cycle Time
Freeze
27
28
29
29
32
31
4.7
4.1
Cycle Time
4.0
3.6
Harvest
3.7
3.3
247
50 / 9
280
Pressure
266
70 / 21
280
High Side
293
90 / 32
284
50 / 9
58
61
Pressure
70 / 21
59
61
Suction
90 / 32
60
63
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
cycle.
Kg=lbs.
x .454
Production
24 hours
(lbs.)
Ambient Temp (F°)
Water
Temp (F°)
MODEL: KML-250M_H
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): Air 8.2A (7A)
Water Consumption for water cooled Condenser:
29
32
35
4.1
3.0
3.1
261
290
319
59
61
62
289
253
245
Air
29
31
33
3.6
2.5
2.2
280
280
285
255
224
204
Air
301
276
252
Water
100 / 38
62
62
65
29
35
38
4.0
2.2
2.1
266
311
340
29
30
32
3.7
3.0
2.8
280
280
286
304
279
265
Water
61
61
61
59
62
62
62
62
63
64
64
63
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze
284
227
215
306
290
277
90 / 32
29
31
35
3.4
2.4
2.0
282
284
290
Air
Water
Supply Voltage: 115/60/1
Ice Production per cycle: 6.6 Lbs, 360 pcs.
90/70 511 Gal/24 hr.
33
36
41
3.2
2.2
2.0
295
318
366
80 / 27
Water 7.5A (6.5A)
70/50
398 Gal/24 hr:
PERFORMANCE DATA
79
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
383
364
329
Air
70 / 21
358
349
324
Water
Cycle Time
Freeze
25
28
27
29
30
31
4.0
2.8
Cycle Time
3.4
2.6
Harvest
3.2
2.5
240
50 / 9
280
Pressure
261
70 / 21
280
High Side
285
90 / 32
284
50 / 9
48
57
Pressure
70 / 21
50
58
Suction
90 / 32
53
45
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
Kg=lbs.
x .454
Production
24 hours
(lbs.)
Ambient Temp (F°)
Water
Temp (F°)
26
29
33
3.6
2.6
2.8
256
288
310
50
53
56
368
338
300
Air
Air
364
317
279
27
31
35
3.4
2.0
2.0
261
310
333
Water
351
336
305
29
30
33
2.6
2.3
2.3
280
280
286
90 / 32
28
32
38
2.6
2.0
2.0
284
315
355
354
308
245
Air
58
59
60
30
32
37
2.6
2.0
2.0
282
284
290
340
319
271
Water
100 / 38
51
58
56
59
62
60
into the freeze cycle.
29
31
34
2.6
2.0
2.0
280
280
290
349
326
297
Water
Supply Voltage: 115/60/1
Ice Production per cycle: 7.3 Lbs, 360 pcs.
90/70 469 Gal/24 hr.
57
50
58
55
59
59
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes
80 / 27
R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
MODEL: KML-350M_F & H *MWH with SN up to M20060C
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): Air 11A (9A) Water 10.5A (9A)
Water Consumption for water cooled Condenser:
70/50
240 Gal/24 hr:
80
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
280
280
284
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
25
26
27
3.1
2.8
2.7
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Pressure
Suction
54
55
56
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
Pressure
High Side
Cycle Time
Harvest
Cycle Time
Freeze
55
56
57
280
280
287
25
26
29
2.9
2.4
2.4
55
57
58
280
280
290
55
57
59
282
284
291
26
27
31
2.4
2.0
2.0
341
320
291
345
324
207
26
27
29
2.8
2.0
2.0
Water
Water
Supply Voltage: 115/60/1
Ice Production per cycle: 7.3 lbs. 360 pcs.
90/70 489 Gal/24 hr.
90 / 32
100 / 38
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze cycle.
R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
MODEL: KML-350MWH With SN M30061E and after
Total Amperage (Compressor): 10A (9A)
Water Consumption for water cooled Condenser:
70/50 (21/9)
397 Gal/24 hr:
70 / 21
80 / 27
Ambient Temp (F°)
Water temp
Kg=lbs.
Water
Water
F°C°
x .454
354
347
50 / 9
Production
345
334
70 / 21
24 hours
330
326
90 / 32
(lbs.)
81
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
432
400
381
Air
70 / 21
447
430
406
Water
Cycle Time
Freeze
20
19
22
24
23
28
3.0
2.8
Cycle Time
2.7
2.6
Harvest
2.6
2.5
250
50 / 9
280
Pressure
276
70 / 21
280
High Side
293
90 / 32
286
50 / 9
42
40
Pressure
70 / 21
46
42
Suction
90 / 32
49
45
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
Kg=lbs.
x .454
Production
24 hours
(lbs.)
Ambient Temp (F°)
Water
Temp (F°)
21
24
25
2.8
2.3
2.4
270
311
316
45
52
52
408
359
353
Air
Air
400
324
313
22
26
27
2.7
2.0
2.0
276
340
350
Water
434
408
384
23
31
32
2.6
2.3
2.3
280
280
289
90 / 32
23
26
28
2.6
2.0
2.0
284
342
360
390
321
302
Air
43
46
54
24
37
41
2.6
2.0
2.0
283
284
295
425
384
342
Water
100 / 38
46
41
56
45
59
50
into the freeze cycle.
24
36
39
2.6
2.0
2.0
280
280
290
430
390
365
Water
Supply Voltage: 115/60/1
Ice Production per cycle: 6.6 Lbs, 360 pcs.
90/70 694 Gal/24 hr.
41
46
43
56
48
58
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes
80 / 27
PERFORMANCE DATA
76D
MODEL: KML-450M_F & H *MWH with SN up to M10530
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): Air 13.3A (11.6A) Water 12A (10.6A)
70/50
398 Gal/24 hr:
Water Consumption for water cooled Condenser:
82
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
280
280
286
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
20
21
22
3.5
3.1
2.9
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Pressure
Suction
47
48
52
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
Pressure
High Side
Cycle Time
Harvest
Cycle Time
Freeze
47
48
55
280
280
289
20
21
23
3.2
2.5
2.6
48
49
55
280
280
290
50
50
60
283
284
295
21
22
25
3.2
2.0
2.0
417
402
354
426
409
380
21
22
24
3.1
2.0
2.0
Water
Water
Supply Voltage: 115/60/1
Ice Production per cycle: 6.6 lbs. 360 pcs.
90/70 728 Gal/24 hr.
90 / 32
100 / 38
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze cycle.
R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
MODEL: KML-450MWH With SN M20531D and after
Total Amperage (Compressor): 12A (10.6A)
Water Consumption for water cooled Condenser:
70/50 (21/9)
547 Gal/24 hr:
70 / 21
80 / 27
Ambient Temp (F°)
Water temp
Kg=lbs.
Water
Water
F°C°
x .454
433
428
50 / 9
Production
426
417
70 / 21
24 hours
402
385
90 / 32
(lbs.)
83
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
29
33
38
3.3
2.0
2.0
499
462
411
27
29
33
3.1
2.5
2.5
241
264
284
Air
468
393
353
Remote
30
33
35
3.5
2.5
2.3
448
411
385
Water
90 / 32
266
315
350
52
59
62
cycle
30
35
43
3.3
2.0
2.0
493
436
387
27
31
34
3.0
2.1
2.0
245
280
300
Air
461
384
314
Remote
249
285
319
50
56
60
54
57
59
480
425
342
28
32
38
3.0
2.0
2.0
Remote
284
284
298
31
33
37
3.5
2.4
2.1
442
405
361
Water
100 / 38
Supply Voltage: 115/60/1
Ice Production per cycle: 9.5 Lbs, 480 pcs.
90 / 70 (32/21)
723 Gal/24 hr.
281
263
282
310
290
331
52
50
54
54
47
59
56
57
56
53
61
58
58
57
55
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze
280
281
291
259
289
308
51
56
57
244
280
50 / 9
230
263
281
70 / 21
245
285
287
90 / 32
265
49
50 / 9
53
47
Pressure
52
70 / 21
54
50
Suction
54
90 / 32
55
52
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
Pressure
High Side
30
32
34
3.6
2.9
2.8
30
32
34
3.5
2.6
2.5
26
27
31
3.4
3.0
2.8
29
30
32
3.9
3.5
3.2
27
29
33
3.9
3.3
3.1
517
493
449
451
428
401
Remote
Water
463
448
423
80 / 27
Air
Water
Air
499
468
428
70 / 21
451
428
401
Ambient Temp (F° / C°)
Water
Kg=lbs.
Temp (F°)
x .454
50 / 9
Production
70 / 21
24 hours
90 / 32
(lbs.)
50 / 9
Cycle Time
70 / 21
Freeze
90 / 32
50 / 9
Cycle Time
70 / 21
Harvest
90 / 32
PERFORMANCE DATA
MODEL: KM-500M_F & H *MWH with SN up to M30961D
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): Air: 15A (11A) Water: 12A (10.5A) Remote: 16A (11A)
Water Consumption for MWE Condenser: 70 / 50 (21/9)
380 Gal/24 hr:
84
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
280
281
288
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
27
28
30
3.9
3.3
3.2
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Pressure
Suction
50
52
54
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
Pressure
High Side
Cycle Time
Harvest
Cycle Time
Freeze
51
54
56
281
283
293
27
28
31
3.5
2.6
2.8
52
56
58
281
285
293
52
56
60
286
285
301
28
30
34
2.8
2.0
2.0
458
439
375
471
448
410
28
29
32
3.3
2.0
2.0
Water
Water
Supply Voltage: 115/60/1
Production per cycle: 9.5 lbs. 480 pcs.
90/70 832 Gal/24 hr.
90 / 32
100 / 38
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze cycle.
R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
MODEL: KM-500MWH With SN M30961D and after
Ice
Total Amperage (Compressor): 12A (10.5A)
Water Consumption for water cooled Condenser:
70/50 (21/9)
661 Gal/24 hr:
70 / 21
80 / 27
Ambient Temp (F°)
Water temp
Kg=lbs.
Water
Water
F°C°
x .454
480
473
50 / 9
Production
471
458
70 / 21
24 hours
439
417
90 / 32
(lbs.)
85
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
50/9
70/21
90/32
50/9
70/21
90/32
50/9
70/21
90/32
Air
454 / 206
402 / 182
360 / 163
31
36
41
3
3
3
480 / 218
446 / 202
403 / 183
29
32
37
3
3
3
Pressure
High Side
446 / 202
365 / 166
321 / 146
32
39
44
3
2.9
2.9
Air
90 / 32
33
40
50
3
2.8
2.8
438 / 199
355 / 161
281 / 127
Air
100 / 38
Supply Voltage: 220-240/50/1
9.5 Lbs, 480 pcs.
Ice Production per cycle:
273 / 19.2
268 / 18.8
263 / 18.5
316 / 22.2
310 / 21.8
291 / 20.4
360 / 25.3
336 / 23.6
316 / 22.3
53 / 3.7
53 / 3.7
52 / 3.7
59 / 4.1
59 / 4.2
56 / 3.9
61
/
4.3
62 /4.4
57 / 4.0
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze cycle.
80 / 27
Air
PERFORMANCE DATA
70 / 21
50/9
250 / 17.6
70/21
268 / 18.8
90/32
293 / 20.6
50/9
50 / 3.5
Pressure
70/21
53 / 3.7
Suction
90/32
55 / 3.8
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
Cycle Time
Harvest
Cycle Time
Freeze
Production
24 hours
(lbs.)
Ambient Temp F°/C°
Water
Kg=lbs.
Temp (F°)
x .454
MODEL: KM-500MAF-E / H-E
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): 5.5A (4A)
86
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
PERFORMANCE DATA
20
21
24
3.5
3.1
2.9
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
266
298
332
40
45
51
Pressure
High Side
Cycle Time
Harvest
Cycle Time
Freeze
575
513
455
22
24
27
2.9
2.0
2.0
616
577
540
20
21
23
3.3
2.8
2.6
229
247
274
Air
Remote
90 / 32
22
23
25
3.5
2.5
2.2
547
488
481
Water
20
21
23
3.2
2.5
2.2
232
260
286
610
550
512
Remote
272
280
278
320
287
354
41
35
36
36
34
48
42
38
37
39
54
49
46
46
46
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze
272
275
285
21
22
24
3.6
2.9
2.8
553
515
513
605
551
492
250
270
50 / 9
220
271
272
70 / 21
232
302
280
90 / 32
255
38
50 / 9
35
32
Pressure
41
70 / 21
36
35
Suction
47
90 / 32
42
41
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
635
610
574
80 / 27
Water
Air
21
23
26
3.2
2.5
2.6
21
22
23
3.9
3.5
3.2
572
547
534
631
596
542
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Remote
20
20
21
3.5
3.2
2.9
Production
24 hours
(lbs.)
70 / 21
Water
Air
Ambient Temp (F° / C°)
Water
Kg=lbs.
Temp (F°)
x .454
310
328
385
43
49
60
cycle
24
25
30
2.5
2.0
2.0
540
499
401
Air
239
266
310
37
44
55
39
40
53
602
541
478
21
21
25
3.2
2.4
2.0
Remote
275
280
295
22
23
26
3.5
2.4
2.0
535
486
475
Water
100 / 38
Supply Voltage: 208-230/60/1 (3 wire with neutral for 115V)
MODEL: KML-600M_F / H
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA.): Air 11A (9.5A), Water 9A ( 8.3 A), Remote: 11. 9A (9.8 A)
Production per cycle: 10lbs. 480 pcs.
Water consumption for water cooled cond: 70/50 (21/ 9) 458 Gal/24 hr.
90/70 (32/21) 844 Gal/24 hr.
87
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
619
596
563
31
33
37
4.1
3.6
3.3
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Pressure
High Side
Cycle Time
Harvest
Cycle Time
Freeze
238
251
281
43
42
47
602
566
533
33
39
43
3.6
2.4
2.2
571
512
466
33
37
41
4.0
3.0
2.9
Air
573
499
457
Remote
32
36
39
3.7
2.5
2.2
596
541
507
Water
90 / 32
34
39
47
3.7
2.4
2.0
562
470
422
34
40
44
3.8
2.4
2.2
267
320
349
249
266
313
44
43
50
cycle
Air
564
489
418
Remote
280
240
262
280
260
267
290
288
296
43
44
44
44
44
42
47
47
46
46
46
49
49
47
47
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze
280
280
292
32
34
37
3.8
3.0
2.9
Water
Air
80 / 27
580
532
491
232
280
50 / 9
245
240
280
70 / 21
267
263
288
90 / 32
296
43
50 / 9
43
43
Pressure
43
70 / 21
44
44
Suction
46
90 / 32
46
46
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
600
562
514
Remote
33
36
40
3.7
2.9
2.8
31
32
35
4.2
3.7
3.3
Water
Air
630
573
531
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
70 / 21
31
34
38
4.4
3.8
3.5
Production
24 hours
(lbs.)
Ambient Temp (F° / C°)
Water
Kg=lbs.
Temp (F°)
x .454
272
327
375
44
47
50
44
47
50
554
459
378
35
41
48
3.9
2.4
2.0
Remote
284
282
300
33
37
41
3.7
2.4
2.0
589
533
476
Water
100 / 38
PERFORMANCE DATA
Supply Voltage: 208-230/60/1 (3 wire with neutral for 115V)
MODEL: KM-630M_F & H *MWH with SN up to M10961D
Production per cycle: 14.3 lbs. 720 pcs.
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA.): Air: 7.5A (6A), Water: 6.5A (6A), Remote: 9.5A (6A)
90/70 (32/21) 844 Gal/24 hr.
Water consumption for water cooled cond: 70/50 (21/ 9) 458 Gal/24 hr.
88
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
Pressure
Suction
47
47
48
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
47
48
49
33
36
41
3.4
2.3
2.0
282
285
295
32
35
38
3.4
2.3
2.1
280
280
288
48
48
50
590
537
473
599
546
508
52
56
58
Water
Water
Supply Voltage: 208-230/60/3
Production per cycle: 14.3 lbs. 720 pcs.
90/70 745 Gal/24 hr.
90 / 32
100 / 38
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze cycle.
R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
MODEL: KM-630MWH With SN M20301E and after
Ice
Total Amperage (Compressor): 6.5A (6A)
Water Consumption for water cooled Condenser:
70/50 (21/9)
653 Gal/24 hr:
70 / 21
80 / 27
Ambient Temp (F°)
Water temp
Kg=lbs.
Water
Water
F°C°
x .454
621
604
50 / 9
Production
599
570
70 / 21
24 hours
563
532
90 / 32
(lbs.)
32
31
50
/
9
Cycle Time
34
32
70 / 21
Freeze
37
35
90 / 32
50 / 9
3.5
3.8
Cycle Time
70 / 21
2.8
3.4
Harvest
90 / 32
2.7
3.1
50 / 9
280
280
Pressure
70 / 21
280
280
High Side
90 / 32
288
286
89
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
Water
541 / 245
520 / 236
483 / 219
624 / 283
576 / 261
420 / 236
70 / 21
Air
Cycle Time
Freeze
32
37
35
38
42
42
3
3.4
Cycle Time
3
3.3
Harvest
3
3.2
270
50 / 9
280
Pressure
291
70 / 21
280
High Side
psig / kg/cm2G
309
90 / 32
284
50 / 9
50
48
Pressure
70 / 21
51
48
Suction
psig / kg/cm2G
90 / 32
52
49
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Ambient Temp (F°)
Water
Kg=lbs.
Temp (F°)
x .454
Production
50 / 9
24 hours
70 / 21
(lbs.)
90 / 32
35
40
47
3
3
3
286
318
330
50
51
53
38
42
46
3.3
2.9
2.9
280
280
285
37
45
57
3
2.8
2.8
391
344
370
49
49
51
40
43
50
3.3
2.9
2.9
282
282
290
510 / 231
460 / 209
393 / 178
Water
100 / 38
568 / 258
447 / 203
357 / 162
Air
48
51
48
51
49
52
49
52
50
55
50
54
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze cycle.
35
44
51
3
2.9
2.9
291
340
356
38
40
45
3.3
3.1
3.1
280
280
286
Water
520 / 236
469 / 213
429 / 195
90 / 32
576 / 261
460 / 209
406 / 184
Air
Supply Voltage: 220-240/50/ 1
Ice Production per cycle: 14.3 lbs. 720 pcs.
90/70 (32/21) 586 Gal/24 hr.
525 / 238
492 / 223
452 / 195
Water
80 / 27
587 / 266
513 / 233
463 / 210
Air
PERFORMANCE DATA
MODEL: KM-630M_F-E & KM-630MAH-E
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): MAF-E / H-E 8.7A (7.1A)
MWF-E 6.5A (5.9A)
70/50 (21/ 9) 368 Gal/24 hr.
Water consumption for water cooled condenser:
90
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
853
836
787
21
22
23
3.5
3.2
2.9
278
280
290
37
38
41
21
22
25
4.5
3.9
3.5
245
267
296
33
36
40
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
220
233
255
32
34
37
21
22
24
4.5
3.9
3.5
835
817
786
Remote
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
Pressure
Suction
Pressure
High Side
Water
Air
838
804
759
Water
Kg=lbs.
Temp (F°)
x .454
50 / 9
Production
70 / 21
24 hours
90 / 32
(lbs.)
50 / 9
Cycle Time
70 / 21
Freeze
90 / 32
50 / 9
Cycle Time
70 / 21
Harvest
90 / 32
21
22
25
3.3
2.8
2.6
22
24
27
4.1
3.1
3.0
230
251
274
34
37
40
267
320
349
36
42
46
34
40
43
280
285
298
38
42
45
272
327
375
37
43
50
23
27
31
3.9
2.4
2.0
22
24
26
3.9
2.5
2.2
233
265
288
22
23
25
3.2
2.5
2.2
22
26
29
4.0
2.5
2.2
817
772
739
22
23
25
4.1
3.1
3.0
Air
795
710
634
Remote
836
794
736
821
792
758
Water
Air
804
721
676
Remote
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze cycle
38
40
43
280
283
297
840
813
750
262
296
324
35
39
43
Water
Air
812
659
715
39
43
47
285
288
310
22
23
27
3.2
2.4
2.0
818
780
683
Water
35
41
45
239
270
310
808
764
708
22
24
28
22
24
28
Remote
PERFORMANCE DATA
Supply Voltage: 208-230/60/1 (3 wire with neutral for 115V)
MODEL: KM-900M_F & H With SN M20500D and after
Production per cycle: 14.3 lbs. 720 pcs.
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA.): Air: 11.7A (10.2A), Water: 10.3A (9.7A), Remote: 12A (10A)
90/70 (32/21) 1024 Gal/24 hr.
Water consumption for water cooled cond: 70/50 (21/ 9) 580 Gal/24 hr.
100 / 38
90 / 32
70 / 21
80 / 27
Ambient Temp (F° / C°)
91
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
280
280
288
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
21
22
23
3.9
3.5
3.2
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Pressure
Suction
36
38
39
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
Pressure
High Side
Cycle Time
Harvest
Cycle Time
Freeze
38
41
41
280
280
292
21
22
25
3.6
2.9
2.8
38
43
44
284
284
300
22
23
27
3..5
2.4
2.0
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze cycle.
38
43
44
280
280
290
22
23
25
3.5
2.4
2.2
R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
Supply Voltage: 208-230/60/3
MODEL: KM-900MWH With SN M30501E and after
Ice
Production per cycle: 14.3 lbs. 720 pcs.
Total Amperage (Compressor): 10.3A (9.7A)
90/70 1185 Gal/24 hr.
Water Consumption for water cooled Condenser:
70/50 (21/9)
909 Gal/24 hr:
90 / 32
100 / 38
70 / 21
80 / 27
Ambient Temp (F°)
Water temp
Kg=lbs.
Water
Water
Water
Water
F°C°
x .454
846
814
833
830
50 / 9
Production
830
778
808
790
70 / 21
24 hours
787
694
754
740
90 / 32
(lbs.)
92
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
225
235
254
30
32
35
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
32
35
38
233
249
270
22
23
26
4.1
3.1
3.0
22`
23
24
4.5
3.9
3.5
33
39
44
241
265
300
23
24
28
4.0
2.4
2.0
811
777
694
Remote
100
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze cycle.
32
38
41
235
260
281
23
24
26
3.9
2.5
2.2
826
789
739
Remote
830
806
753
Remote
Remote
842
826
784
90
Supply Voltage: 208-230/60/3
Ice Production per cycle:14.3 lbs. 720 pcs.
80
PERFORMANCE DATA
70
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
Pressure
Suction
Pressure
High Side
Ambient Temp (F°)
Water Temp
Kg=lbs.
°F/°C
x .454
50 / 9
Production
70 / 21
24 hours
90 / 32
(lbs.)
50 / 9
Cycle Time
70 / 21
Freeze
90 / 32
50 / 9
Cycle Time
70 / 21
Harvest
90 / 32
MODEL: KM-900MRF3 / H3
Total Amperage (Compressor): 10A (7A)
93
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
1252
1233
1176
32
32
35
4.3
4
3
275
278
288
47
48
49
30
32
36
4.5
4
4
255
273
296
45
47
49
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
220
232
247
45
46
49
29
30
33
5
4
4
1296
1248
1173
Remote
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
Pressure
Suction
Pressure
High Side
Cycle Time
Harvest
Cycle Time
Freeze
Production
24 hours
(lbs.)
1283
1238
1135
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
70 / 21
Water
Air
Ambient Temp (F° / C°)
Kg=lbs. Water Temp
°F/°C
x .454
268
296
318
46
49
51
32
37
41
4
2.2
2
30
31
35
4
3
3
273
315
338
47
51
53
1238
1129
1011
1260
1185
1105
229
247
262
46
48
51
Air
Remote
90 / 32
47
50
53
48
49
50
278
285
297
277
320
360
47
51
55
33
38
44
4
2
2
1203
1101
902
1248
1133
1053
30
32
36
4
2.2
2
232
260
276
Air
Remote
32
33.6
36
4
2.25
2
1233
1188
1119
Water
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze cycle
47
48
49
277
282
295
32
33
36
4
3
3
1238
1209
1134
1249
1178
1053
32
35
39
4
3
3
Water
Air
80 / 27
48
49
51
282
288
308
33
34
39
4
2
2
1211
1172
1056
Water
100 / 38
47
51
55
235
264
290
1230
1114
980
31
33
40
4
2
2
Remote
PERFORMANCE DATA
Supply Voltage: 208-230/60/1 (3 wire with neutral for 115V)
MODEL: KM-1300S_F & H
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA.): SAF 12.6A (10.2A), SWF 10.2A (9.7A), SRF 12.8A (10A) Production per cycle: 30.1 lbs.1440 pcs.
Water consumption for water cooled cond: 70/50 (21/ 9) 964 Gal/24 hr.
90/70 (32/21) 1521 Gal/24 hr.
94
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
30.2
31
33
4.2
4
3
270
274
284
48
49
50
30
32
36
4
3
3
255
274
296
47
48
50
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
230
242
259
50
51
53
30
31
33
4.8
4
4
1308
1282
1203
1301
1273
1205
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Remote
Water
70 / 21
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
Pressure
Suction
Pressure
High Side
Cycle Time
Harvest
Cycle Time
Freeze
Ambient Temp (F° / C°)
Kg=lbs. Water Temp Air
°F/°C
x .454
1320
50 / 9
Production
1257
70 / 21
24 hours
1153
90 / 32
(lbs.)
270
299
318
48
50
52
30
32
35
4
3
3
274
320
341
48
52
54
32
37.4
41
4
2.1
2
1288
1247
1145
239
257
275
51
52
55
Air
1257
1105
993
Remote
51
53
56
49
51
52
274
285
295
277
325
360
49
52
55
33
38
44.75
4
2
2
1282
1218
1125
31
33
36
4
2.2
2
242
270
288
Air
1230
1079
890
Remote
31
32.75
35
4
2.2
2
1273
1204
1126
Water
90 / 32
49
51
53
277
287
305
32
33
36.5
4
2
2
1250
1186
1055
Water
100 / 38
52
54
58
246
274
305
1252
1196
1039
31
34
39
4
2
2
Remote
Supply Voltage: 208-230/60/3
Production per cycle: 30.1 lbs.1440 pcs.
90/70 1372 Gal/24 hr.
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze cycle
49
50
51
273
280
291
31
32
34
4
3
3
1279
1235
1152
32
35
39
4
3
3
Water
Air
1272
1174
1060
80 / 27
PERFORMANCE DATA
MODEL: KM-1300S_F3 & H3
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA.): SAF3 8.4A (6.1A), SWF3 7.3A (5.8A), SRF3 9.8A (7A)
Water consumption for water cooled cond: 70/50 885 Gal/24 hr.
95
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
Pressure
Suction
230
242
261
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
49
50
53
239
257
278
100 / 38
50
51
55
247
275
310
33
36
41
4.2
2.4
2.0
1196
1149
986
Remote
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze cycle.
50
51
53
242
270
291
32
35
38
4.3
2.5
2.2
32
34
37
4.4
3.3
3.2
31
32
35
5.0
4.3
3.8
1229
1172
1075
1234
1198
1091
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
90 / 32
Remote
1252
1229
1149
80 / 27
Remote
70 / 21
PERFORMANCE DATA
Supply Voltage: 208-230/60/1 (3 wire with neutral for 115V)
Ice Production per cycle: 30.9 lbs. 1440 pcs.
Remote
49
50
51
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
Pressure
High Side
Cycle Time
Harvest
Cycle Time
Freeze
Kg=lbs. Water Temp
°F/°C
x .454
50 / 9
Production
70 / 21
24 hours
90 / 32
(lbs.)
Ambient Temp (F°)
MODEL: KM-1300NRF & H
Total Amperage (Compressor): 18A (14A)
96
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
Pressure
High Side
Cycle Time
Harvest
Cycle Time
Freeze
264
297
318
50
52
53
1259
1211
1126
49
50
51
Pressure
277
280
294
29
31
33
3.7
3
3
Water
Air
30
35
39
1285
1209
1121
28
31
34
4
3.2
3
Air
1216
1040
943
Remote
30
32
34
3.6
2.6
2.4
278
285
297
1252
1177
1097
Water
90 / 32
272
326
365
50
54
56
cycle
31
36
43
3.3
2.5
2
1273
1155
1068
29
32
35
3.9
2.6
2.3
239
268
285
Air
1198
1017
853
Remote
4
2.6
2.3
269
236
321
255
344
271
50
48
49
48
53.2
50
50.4
49
55
52
52
51
data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze
80 / 27
1233
1120
1026
247
275
50 / 9
227
269
277
70 / 21
239
293
287
90 / 32
256
49
50 / 9
49
47
Pressure
50
70 / 21
49
48
Suction
52
90 / 32
51
49
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
29
30
32
4
3.6
3.3
1322
1273
1193
1283
1252
1182
29
33
37
4.2
3.3
2.5
28
30
33
4.5
4
3.6
Remote
Water
70 / 21
27
29
31
4.4
3.9
3.5
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Ambient Temp (F° / C°)
Kg=lbs. Water Temp Air
°F/°C
x .454
1289
50 / 9
Production
1216
70 / 21
24 hours
1120
90 / 32
(lbs.)
50
51
53
282
285
307
30
32
36
3.6
2.5
2.3
1229
1158
1046
Water
100 / 38
48
50
53
243
272
300
1252
1135
989
30
33
38
3
2.5
2
Remote
PERFORMANCE DATA
Supply Voltage: 208-230/60/1 (3 wire with neutral for 115V)
MODEL: KM-1300M_F & H
Production per cycle: 28.6 Lbs, 1440 pcs.
Total Amperage (Comp. RLA): Air: 12.6A (10.2A) Water: 10.2A (9.7A) Remote: 12.8A (10A)
90 / 70 (32/21)
723 Gal/24 hr.
Water Consumption for MWE Condenser:
70 / 50 (21/9)
380 Gal/24 hr:
97
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
1145
1096
1004
30
31
34
5
5
4
280
281
292
52
53
55
1200
1106
988
26
29
35
5
4
4
240
268
287
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Pressure
High Side
Pressure
Suction
230
242
255
50
51
53
30
32
36
5
5
4
1129
1077
987
Remote
50
51
54
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
Cycle Time
Harvest
Cycle Time
Freeze
Production
24 hours
(lbs.)
Water
70 / 21
Air
Ambient Temp (F° / C°)
Kg=lbs. Water Temp
°F/°C
x .454
261
304
313
51
53
56
Air
1106
880
763
29
37
43
4
3.5
4
Remote
1089
1008
908
31
35
39
5
4
4
31
34
38
5
3.6
4
1096
977
875
Water
90 / 32
265
338
360
52
56
60
cycle
31
38
49
4
4
3.5
1077
950
853
32
37
41
5
3.5
4
242
270
283
Air
1086
853
655
Remote
54
56
60
286
288
310
32
35
42
5
4
3.6
1069
953
782
Water
100 / 38
51
53
57
244
273
295
1053
927
763
33
38
45
5
4
3.5
Remote
Production per cycle: 30.1 lbs.1440 pcs.
Supply Voltage: 220-240/50/1
281
268
239
285
335
257
298
348
269
53
53
51
51
50
55
54
55
52
51
58
57
58
55
54
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze
281
283
298
31
33
37
5
4
4
1107
1031
926
28
33
40
4
4
4
Water
Air
1129
983
871
80 / 27
PERFORMANCE DATA
MODEL: KM-1300S_F-E
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA.): SAF-E 10.3A (8.6A), SWF-E 9.5A (7.7A), SRF-E 10A (9A)
Water consumption for water cooled cond:70/50 964 Gal/24 hr. 90/70 1521 Gal/24 hr.
98
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
23
24
26
4.5
4.1
3.5
227
229
259
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
1486
1438
1347
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Remote
70 / 21
Pressure
Suction
40
42
44
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
Pressure
High Side
Cycle Time
Harvest
Cycle Time
Freeze
Kg=lbs.
x .454
Production
24 hours
(lbs.)
Ambient Temp (F°)
Water Temp
°F/°C
MODEL: KM-1600MRF & H
Total Amperage (Compressor): 21A (18.6A)
41
44
46
42
46
50
244
272
310
25
27
31
4.0
2.9
2.0
1411
1299
1128
Remote
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze cycle.
42
46
48
239
267
289
24
27
29
4.1
3.0
2.5
24
26
28
4.2
3.5
3.0
236
254
277
1438
1323
1221
Remote
1450
1375
1270
Remote
PERFORMANCE DATA
Supply Voltage: 208-230/60/1 (3 wire with neutral for 115V)
Ice Production per cycle: 28.6 lbs. 1440 pcs.
90 / 32
100 / 38
80 / 27
99
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
225
237
260
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Pressure
Suction
37
40
42
234
252
279
38
43
47
244
271
315
25
27
31
4.0
2.9
2.0
1453
1311
1185
Remote
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze cycle.
37
42
45
237
265
291
24
27
29
4.1
3.0
2.5
24
26
28
4.2
3.5
3.0
1524
1467
1392
23
24
26
4.5
4.1
3.5
1467
1328
1253
1480
1391
1319
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Remote
80 / 27
Remote
Supply Voltage: 208-230/60/3
Ice Production per cycle:28.6 lbs. 1440 pcs.
90 / 32
100 / 38
Remote
PERFORMANCE DATA
70 / 21
35
37
40
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
Pressure
High Side
Cycle Time
Harvest
Cycle Time
Freeze
Ambient Temp (F°)
Water temp
Kg=lbs.
F°C°
x .454
50 / 9
Production
70 / 21
24 hours
90 / 32
(lbs.)
MODEL: KM-1600MRF3 & H3
Total Amperage (Compressor): 13.8A (11.4A)
100
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
225
235
256
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Pressure
Suction
39
41
43
233
249
273
40
43
47
242
265
305
26
28
32
4.9
2.9
2.5
1383
1359
1207
Remote
100 / 38
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze cycle.
39
41
43
235
260
283
26
28
30
4.8
3.0
2.7
26
27
29
4.9
3.8
3.7
1430
1415
1343
25
26
28
5.5
4.8
4.3
1415
1380
1290
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Remote
1419
1396
1295
90 / 32
Remote
80 / 27
PERFORMANCE DATA
upply Voltage: 208-230/60/1 (3 wire with neutral for 115V)
Ice Production per cycle: 30.9 lbs. 1440 pcs.
Remote
70 / 21
38
39
41
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
Pressure
High Side
Cycle Time
Harvest
Cycle Time
Freeze
Kg=lbs. Water Temp
°F/°C
x .454
50 / 9
Production
70 / 21
24 hours
90 / 32
(lbs.)
Ambient Temp (F°)
MODEL: KM-1600SRF & H
Total Amperage (Compressor): 18A (14A)
101
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
1500
1495
1451
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Water
Water Temp
°F/°C
1496
1489
1423
1430
1415
1343
Cycle Time
Freeze
24
25
26
4.4
3.3
3.2
271
273
276
41
42
45
Water
Remote
24
25
25
26
26
28
4.0
5.5
Cycle Time
4.3
4.8
Harvest
4.0
4.3
270
50 / 9
225
Pressure
271
70 / 21
235
High Side
274
90 / 32
256
50 / 9
40
38
Pressure
70 / 21
41
39
Suction
90 / 32
43
41
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
Kg=lbs.
x .454
Production
24 hours
(lbs.)
26
27
29
4.8
3.0
2.7
235
260
278
1426
1341
1274
Remote
25
26
28
4.0
2.4
2.0
272
276
280
1473
1470
1373
Water
38
41
42
38
40
43
44
39
44
46
48
43
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze cycle.
25
26
27
4.3
2.5
2.2
271
275
278
1495
1484
1426
1434
1380
1311
25
26
29
4.9
3.8
3.7
233
249
267
Water
Remote
39
41
47
26
27
31
4.9
2.9
2.5
240
264
195
1409
1325
1213
Remote
R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
Supply Voltage: 208-230/60/3
MODEL: KM-1600S_F3 / H3
Total Amperage (Compressor): SWF3 10.3A (9A), SRF3/H3 13.6A (9.5A)
Ice Production per cycle: 30.9 lbs. 1440 pcs.
Water consumption for SWF3 Condenser: 70 / 50 (21/9) 2563 Gal/24 hr.
90 / 70 (32/21) 2597 Gal/24 hr.
100 / 38
90 / 32
70 / 21
80 / 27
Ambient Temp (F°)
102
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
230
251
277
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Pressure
Suction
51
53
56
246
278
303
52
56
60
255
306
350
37
40
45
4.2
3.4
2.5
1579
1491
1326
Air
100 / 38
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze cycle.
51
55
58
251
300
326
33
39
42
5.3
3.5
3.0
33
36
39
5.4
4.3
3.9
31
33
36
6.0
5.3
4.6
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
1685
1514
1416
1702
1592
1496
1756
1685
1589
Air
90 / 32
Air
80 / 27
PERFORMANCE DATA
Supply Voltage: 208-230/60/1 (3 wire with neutral for 115V)
Ice Production per cycle: 42.9 lbs. 2160 pcs.
Air
70 / 21
50
51
54
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
Pressure
High Side
Cycle Time
Harvest
Cycle Time
Freeze
Kg=lbs. Water Temp
°F/°C
x .454
50 / 9
Production
70 / 21
24 hours
90 / 32
(lbs.)
Ambient Temp (F°)
MODEL: KM-1800SA H
Total Amperage (Compressor): 18A (14.5A)
103
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
240
262
283
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Pressure
Suction
53
54
57
257
291
306
54
56
60
291
319
350
38
41
45
4.1
2.9
2.5
1579
1486
1344
Air
100 / 38
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze cycle.
53
55
58
262
315
333
34
40
43
5.1
3.0
2.7
34
37
40
5.3
4.0
3.9
32
34
37
6.0
5.1
4.6
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
1683
1506
1422
1701
1587
1507
1757
1683
1597
Air
90 / 32
Supply Voltage: 208-230/60/3
Ice Production per cycle: 42.9 lbs. 2160 pcs.
Air
80 / 27
PERFORMANCE DATA
Air
70 / 21
52
53
55
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
Pressure
High Side
Cycle Time
Harvest
Cycle Time
Freeze
Kg=lbs. Water Temp
°F/°C
x .454
50 / 9
Production
70 / 21
24 hours
90 / 32
(lbs.)
Ambient Temp (F°)
MODEL: KM-1800SAH3
Total Amperage (Compressor): 11A (7.5A)
104
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
Remote
1865
1821
1746
1907
1899
1826
70 / 21
Water
Cycle Time
Freeze
29
30
30
31
31
33
4.5
5
Cycle Time
4.1
4
Harvest
3.7
4
265
50 / 9
233
Pressure
266
70 / 21
243
High Side
277
90 / 32
263
50 / 9
46
45
Pressure
70 / 21
47
46
Suction
90 / 32
48
47
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Ambient Temp (F°)
Water Temp
Kg=lbs.
°F/°C
x .454
Production
50 / 9
24 hours
70 / 21
(lbs.)
90 / 32
29
30
33
4.2
3.5
3.3
266
268
283
46
47
48
1901
1887
1781
Water
1832
1764
1679
90 / 32
31
34
36
4
3
2
243
268
290
1821
1716
1634
Remote
30
31
35
4.1
2.9
2.5
271
273
295
1863
1856
1698
Water
46
47
50
32
34
38
4
3
2
249
273
310
1801
1697
1558
Remote
100 / 38
Supply Voltage: 208-230/60/3
Ice Production per cycle: 46.3 lbs. 2160 pcs.
46
47
47
45
47
48
48
46
49
49
50
48
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze cycle.
30
31
33
4.1
3.0
2.7
266
270
283
1899
1878
1784
Remote
31
33
35
5
4
3
241
257
280
Water
80 / 27
PERFORMANCE DATA
MODEL: KM-2000S_F3 & H3
Total Amperage (Compressor): Water: 10.1A (9A), Remote: 11.4A (9A)
105
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
23
24
26
5.6
5.0
4.7
250
259
279
50
50
50
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
NOTE: Total Cycle Time = Freeze + Harvest.
Pressure
Suction
Pressure
High Side
Cycle Time
Harvest
Cycle Time
Freeze
MODEL: KM-2400SRF3 & H3
Total Amperage (Compressor): SRF3 19.7A (15A)
70 /21
Ambient Temp (F°)
Water Temp
Kg=lbs.
Remote
°F/°C
x .454
50 / 9
2294
Production
70 / 21
2249
24 hours
90 / 32
2107
(lbs.)
50
50
51
257
270
295
50
50
51
266
285
325
25
27
31
3.0
3.4
3.2
2194
2101
1813
Remote
Pressure data is recorded 5 minutes into the freeze cycle.
50
50
51
259
280
303
24
27
29
5.0
3.4
3.3
2249
2141
1970
24
26
28
5.1
4.1
4.1
Remote
2260
2190
2003
Supply Voltage: 208-230/60/3
Ice Production per cycle: 45 lbs. 2160 pcs.
90 / 32
100 / 38
Remote
80 / 27
PERFORMANCE DATA
WIRING DIAGRAMS:
The wiring diagrams provide on the following pages are
generic in some cases because they can represent several models. Hoshizaki provides a specific wiring label on
every unit for electrical diagnosis. See the following wiring
diagram chart for your model and capacitor information.
MECHANICAL BIN CONTROL DIAGRAM..............110
CAPACITIVE BIN CONTROL DIAGRAM ................111
10 - PIN CONNECTOR:
This connector diagram shows the standard color code and
component layouts. Use it as a guide for circuit diagnosis.
106
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107
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
Mechanical Bin Control
Capacitive Bin Control
KM-150BAF, BWF
KM-150BAF-E, BWF-E
KM-250BAF, BWF
KM-280MAF, MWF
KM-280MAF-E, MWF-E
KML-250MAF/H,MWF/H
KML-350MAF/H, MWF/H
KML-450MAF/H, MWF/H
KM-500MAF/H, MWF/H
KM-500MRF/H
KM-500MAF-H/H-E
KML-600MAF/H, MWF/H
KML-600MRF/H
Model
A
B
A
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
K
110
111
112
113
112
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
122
Wiring Diagram Page
145~174 MFD
80 MFD
243~292 MFD
378~445 MFD
72~86 MFD
72~86 MFD
243~292 MFD
189~227 MFD
72~88 MFD
72~88 MFD
72~86 MFD
145~174 MFD
145~174 MFD
Start
Capacitor
None
None
15 MFD
None
15 MFD
20 MFD
15 MFD
25 MFD
25 MFD
25 MFD
15 MFD
30 MFD
30 MFD
Run
Capacitor
2 MFD
2.MFD
5.5 MFD
5.5 MFD
5.5 MFD
None
None
None
5.5 MFD
5.5 MFD
5.5 MFD
None
None
Pump
Capacitor
KM Wiring Diagram Reference Chart for R-404A Models
5 MFD
5 MFD
5 MFD
10 MFD
2.5 MFD
5 MFD
10 MFD
None
None
5MFD
5 MFD
2.5 MFD
Fan
Capacitor
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2/20/03
KM-630MAF/H, MWF/H
KM-630MRF/H
KM-630MAF-E/H-E, MWF-E/H-E
KM-900MAF/H, MWF/H
KM-900MRF/H
KM-900MRF3/H3
KM-1300SAF/H, SWF/H,
KM-1300MAF/H, MWF/H
KM-1300SRF/H, MRF/H
KM-1300SAF3/H3, SWF3/H3
KM-1300SRF3/H3
KM-1300SAF-E/H-E, SWF-E/H-E
KM-1300SRF-E/H-E
KM1600SWF/H, SRF/H, MRF/H
KM-1600SWF3/H3, SRF3/H3
Model
Page
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
88~108 MFD
88~108 MFD
88~108 MFD
145~174 MFD
145~174 MFD
None
145~174 MFD
145~174 MFD
145~174 MFD
None
None
160 MFD
160 MFD
189~227 MFD
None
Start
Capacitor
15 MFD
15 MFD
None
35 MFD
35 MFD
None
35 MFD
35 MFD
35 MFD
None
None
35 MFD
35 MFD
40 MFD
None
Run
Capacitor
KM Wiring Diagram Reference Chart
Wiring
Diagram
5.5 MFD
5.5 MFD
5.5 MFD
10 MFD
5.5 MFD
5.5 MFD
10 MFD
10 MFD
10 MFD
10 MFD
10 MFD
15 MFD
15 MFD
10 MFD
10 MFD
Pump
Capacitor
5 MFD
10 MFD
2.5 MFD
5 MFD
10 MFD
10.MFD
5 MFD
5 MFD
10 MFD
5 MFD
10 MFD
5 MFD
10 MFD
10 MFD
10 MFD
Fan
Capacitor
109
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2/20/03
137
138
139
140
141
Z
AA
BB
AA
CC
KM-1600MRF3/H3
KM-1800SAH3
KM-1800SAH3
KM-2000SWF3, SRF3
KM-2400SRF3
URC-6F
URC-7F
URC-12F
URC-20F
URC-24F
URC-6F-E, 12F-E
Page
Model
None
145~174 MFD
None
None
None
Start
Capacitor
None
35 MFD
None
None
None
Run
Capacitor
KM Wiring Diagram Reference Chart
Wiring
Diagram
10 MFD
10 MFD
10 MFD
10 MFD
15 MFD
Pump
Capacitor
10 MFD
10 MFD
10 MFD
10 MFD
15 MFD
10 MFD
10 MFD
2 - 5 MFD
2 - 5 MFD
10 MFD
15 MFD
Fan
Capacitor
110
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2/20/03
MECHANICAL BIN CONTOL OPERATION:
The mechanical bin control is included on some modelsproduced in 2002. The mechanical assembly is located in the ice drop zone area .
When the actuator paddle is in the normal (Bin Empty) position, the bin control proximity switch will close.
1. When the switch contacts close, 7.6 K Ohms of resistance is supplied to the K4 board connector.
When ice pushes the paddle to the full right position (Bin Full), the proximity switch opens as shown above.
2. Bin control proximity switch is shown in the Bin Full position and will supply 15.8 K Ohms to the K4 board connector.
BIN EMPTY
BIN FULL
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24 VDC
CAPACITIVE PROXIMITY BIN CONTROL: (Used on KM-1300NRF/H only)
The capacitive bin control requires DC voltage to operate. It has a seperate 24VDC power supply and switches a control relay to supply
resistance to the K4 connector. The relay contacts isolates the 24VDC from the control board which switches by resistance.
1. When the bin is empty, the resistance at K4 is 5.6 K Ohms.
2. When ice is within 1/2 to 1 inch of the sensor end, the resistance at K4 is 15.8 K Ohms to shut the unit down.
115 VAC
A
KM-150BAF, BWF,
KM-250BAF, BWF
Note:
1. Fuse was added to H model on late 2002 production.
2. See wiring diagram chart for KM-250B capacitor
sizes.
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B
KM-150BAF-E, BWF-E
Note: Fuse was added to H model on late 2002
production
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C
KM-280 MAF/H, MWF/H
Notes:
1.Some H series unit have mechanical bin control.
2.Fuse was added to H series in mid 2002.
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D
KM-280 MAF-E/H-E, MWF-E/H-E
Notes:
1.Some H series unit have mechanical bin control.
2.Fuse was added to H series in mid 2002.
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E
KML-250MAH, MWH
Notes:
1.Some H series unit have mechanical bin control.
2.Fuse was added to H series in mid 2002.
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F
KML-350MAF/H, MWF/H
Notes:
1.Some H series unit have mechanical bin control.
2.Fuse was added to H series in mid 2002.
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G
KML-450 MAF/H, MWF/H
R
Notes:
1. Some H series unit have mechanical bin control.
2. Fuse was added to H series in mid 2002.
3. This is a universal diagram, there is no KML-450
remote model.
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H
KM-500 MAF/H, MWF/H
Notes:
1.Some H series unit have mechanical bin control.
2.Fuse was added to H series in mid 2002.
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I
KM-500 MRF/H
Notes:
1.Some H series unit have mechanical bin control.
2.Fuse was added to H series in mid 2002.
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J
KM-500 MAF-E
Notes:
1.Some H series unit have mechanical bin control.
2.Fuse was added to H series in mid 2002.
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K
KML-600 MAF/H, MWF/H, MRF/H
Notes:
1.Some H series unit have mechanical bin control.
2.Fuse was added to H series in mid 2002.
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L
KM-630 MAF/H, MWF/H
Notes:
1.Some H series unit have mechanical bin control.
2.Fuse was added to H series in mid 2002.
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M
KM-630 MRF/H
Notes:
1.Some H series unit have mechanical bin control.
2.Fuse was added to H series in mid 2002.
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N
KM-630 MAF-E/H-E, MWF-E/H-E
Notes:
1.Some H series unit have mechanical bin control.
2.Fuse was added to H series in mid 2002.
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O
KM-900 MAF/H, MWF/H
Notes:
1.Some H series unit have mechanical bin control.
2.Fuse was added to H series in mid 2002.
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P
KM-900 MRF/H
Notes:
1.Some H series unit have mechanical bin control.
2.Fuse was added to H series in mid 2002.
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Q
KM-900 MRF 3/H 3
Notes:
1.Some H series unit have mechanical bin control.
2.Fuse was added to H series in mid 2002.
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R
KM-1300 SAF/H, SWF/H
KM-1300 MAF/H, MWF/H
Note:
1. Fuse was added to H models on mid 2002
production.
2. M Series model has 2 condenser fan motors.
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S
KM-1300 SRF/H, MRF/H
Note:
1. Fuse was added to H models on mid 2002
production.
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T
KM-1300 SAF3/H3, SWF3/H3
Note:
1. Fuse was added to H models on mid 2002
production.
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U
KM-1300 SRF3/H3
Note:
1. Fuse was added to H models on mid 2002
production.
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V
KM-1300 SAF-E, SWF-E
Note:
1. Fuse was added to H models on mid 2002
production.
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W
KM-1300 SRF-E
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X
KM-1300 NRF / H
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Y
KM-1600 SWF/H, SRF/H, MRF/H
Note:
1. Fuse was added to H models on mid 2002
production.
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Z
KM-1600SWF3/H3, SRF3/H3
KM-1600MRF3/H3,
KM-2000SWF3/H3, SRF3/H3
Note:
1. Fuse was added to H models on mid 2002
production.
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AA
KM-1800 SAH
Note:
1. Fuse was added to H models on mid 2002
production.
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BB
KM-1800 SAH3
Note:
1. Fuse was added to H models on mid 2002
production.
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CC
KM-2400 SRF3/H3
Note:
1. Fuse was added to H models on mid 2002
production.
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FLAKER/DCM
INSTALLATION - GENERAL
As always, you should follow the installation instructions
that are provided in the instruction manual supplied with
the unit. You will also find a yellow instruction sheet attached to the top of a new unit. This sheet highlights the
installation steps. Three things are critical for a proper F/
DCM installation:
1. The water temperature should fall within the 45° F
to 90° F range.
Colder water can cause excess stress on the
auger gear motor which may activate the gear
motor overload.
2. A filter system is very important in poor water
quality areas as high mineral content can cause
premature bearing wear.
3. The unit should be level, front to back, side to
side to assure proper evaporator water level and
maximum production.
CUBELET MODELS
The DCM product produces Cubelet ice. Certain flaker models can also be converted to produce cubelet ice. This
requires changing the extruding head and cutter at the top
of the evaporator assembly. The F-450M, F-800M, and F2000M models are produced as cubelet models and are
designated by a - C at the end of the model number.
Converting a flaker to a cubelet maker reduces the overall
production by around 8 %. The flaker gear motor is sized to
handle the extra load of producing cubelet ice with only a
slight increase in the running amperage. The evaporator
outlet temperature and operating pressures will be similar
to the standard flaker model. Use the temperature and
pressure information provided on the standard flaker performance data provided as a bench mark when diagnosing
a converted cubelet (- C) unit.
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INTERNAL AUGER DESIGN
Hoshizaki Flakers and DCM’s use an internal auger system
to provide high quality crisp flakes and cubelet ice. The
evaporator cylinder and auger are made of anti-magnetic
stainless steel. This higher quality stainless steel elimnates
pitting caused by harmful minerals in the water. This maintains a smooth surface to reduce ristriction to ice flow
providing consistant production and quality.
The picture below is a generic breakdown of the F/DCM
evaporator assembly. The extruding head # 9 and cutter
#12 can be exchanged so that this Flaker assembly will
produce Cubelet style (chunklet) ice like the DCM application. The sleeve type alignment bearings are pressed into
the housing # 4 and extruding head # 9. The mechanical
seal # 6 and “O” ring # 5 seal the lower end of the evaporator system.
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COMPONENT TECHNICAL DATA
CONTROL TRANSFORMER
Hoshizaki Flaker units include a 24 volt control transformer.
This transformer has a 115 volt primary and 24 volt
secondary and is protected by a 1Amp control fuse. (The
DCM has a dual output secondary of 10.5/24V) The 24 volt
secondary supplies power to the solid state timer board,
relay coils, inlet water valve and flush timer circuit. The
flush valve will be either 24 volts AC or DC, depending on
the model. A rectifier is provide in the flush valve circuit to
convert to DC. Without control voltage on pins 1 and 2, the
timer board will not allow the unit to start.
GEAR MOTOR PROTECTION
The auger gear motor circuit includes two overload safeties. The primary safety is a manual reset, current type
protector or slow blow fuse located in the control box. This
is a time delay protection which operates if high amp draw
occurs. The secondary safety is a thermal protector which
is incorporated into the gear motor windings.
The current type gear motor safety has been replaced
with a slow blow fuse on most models. The Fuse provides
more consistant protection in low voltage applications.
GEAR MOTOR PROTECTION:
MODEL
PROTECTION
F-300B & F-500B Current type protector
Later production uses a 1.5 amp fuse.
F-450M, F-800
1.5 Amp fuse
F-1000M
Current type protector
Later production uses a 1.5 amp fuse.
F-1000M_F-C
2 amp fuse.
F-1001M_H
3 amp fuse.
F-2000M_F
Current type protector.
F-2000M_H
10 amp fuse.
Note: Some cases require a 2 amp fuse for the F-1000M.
Gear motor failure can be expensive and it is very important to find the cause of the failure when it is replaced.
There are several possibilities for the cause of gear motor
failure. The following check list is designed to help you find
the reason your failure occurred.
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F-1000M GEAR MOTOR CHECKOUT
NORMAL AMPERAGE: The amperage for the F-1000M
gear motor should be 0.6~1.0 amps with no load and 1.0~1.4
amps when making ice.
Answer the following questions to discover the possible
cause for your failure:
1. Is Ambient Temperature above 45 degrees F.
2. Does the unit have the Wrong Extruding Head. Check
the Extruder Type. Is it a Flaker or Cubelet style. (The
cubelet style head will have smaller openings for the ice to
extrude.)
3. Does the unit have the Wrong Cutter. The cutter should
match the extruding head style. Flake or Cubelet.
4. Do you have a Damaged Extruder. Look for following
imperfections.
A. Dents
B. Fins Bent
C. Scale
D. Other Resistance
5. Does the unit have the Correct Auger. Is the auger a
dual flight auger? (Double Spirals) Check the parts breakdown for the correct auger style.
6. Check the Voltage Supply and circuit amperage. Is this
unit on it’s own dedicated circuit? The supply voltage
should be within +/- 10% of the rated voltage when the unit
is making ice.
7. Check the Running Voltage at the gear motor. (While
the unit is making Ice.)
8. Inspect bearings for wear. ( Use bearing gauge ) Are
the Bearings OK? If the upper bearing is worn, both bearings should be replaced.
9. Check Evaporator Cylinder/ Barrel for signs of scoring.
10. Is there any condensation dripping onto the Gear Motor windings? If yes, find the source and take action to
stop the moisture.
11. Is the galvanized shield mounted over the motor assembly?
12. Verify that you have the proper Gear Motor Capacitor.
13. Is the Gear Motor Locked. Check motor winding resistance.
2. WRONG GEAR MOTOR OVERLOAD / FUSE:
Check fuse size. Has the original overload reset been replaced with the fuse kit? The M_F Flaker requires Bussman
GMD 1.5A Fuse P/N 4A0893-04. The M_F-C Cubelet
requires Bussman GMD 2.0A Fuse P/N 4A0893-05. This
fuse is a slow blow type. Replacing it with a standard fuse
will cause the fuse to blow again.
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Although it is common practice to install a larger fuse during service diagnosis, you should not leave a larger fuse in
the unit when you leave the site. This could cause a serious unit failure.
3. MISWIRING
Is gear motor wired correctly and wire connections tight.
Check the wiring diagram for the proper wiring.
4. BIN CONTROL SWITCH DOES NOT OPERATE
Check the bin control operation. A bad or miswired bin
control can cause ice to back up in the spout and chute and
cause higher gear motor amperage. Is Bin Control wired
correctly and are the wire connections tight.
Make sure there are no metallic components interfering
with the magnetic bin control. Verify top panel is non-magnetic. Assure that the proximity switch is mount properly.
The switch must be secure and mounted level to the chute
top. Does the Bin Control Paddle move freely and is it
unobstructed?
As you can see, there are many factors that can cause a
gear motor to fail. A gear motor check list comes with a
service replacement part. The check list can be used as a
diagnostic tool. If the gear motor is under warranty, the
checklist should be completed and submitted with the warranty claim.
GEAR MOTOR STRESS
When looking for the cause of a gear motor failure, you
should consider anything that will add stress to the assembly. Stress on the gear motor will increase the gear motor
amperage and torque. The most common causes for stress
is scale on the auger surface and evaporator walls. Scale
nsulates the evaporator walls and causes reduced heat
transfer. As a result, the ice will be wet and mushy. This
poor quality ice does not extrude well and tends to pack in
the evaporator outlet.
Heavy scale build up must be removed using an acid based
cleaner which will loosen the scale. Follow the cleaning
instructions provided on the cleaning label to preform a
maintenance cleaning. If the unit has not been cleaned and
maintained frequently, it may require you to pull the auger
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and clean the cylinder wall with a Scotchbrite pad & cleaner.
The extruding head surface may also have heavy scale
and can be cleaned with Scotchbrite & cleaner as well.
AUGER BEARINGS:
Bearing Type: Sleeve/Alignment,
Bearing Material: Poly/Carbon
The bearings are pressed into the top extruding head and
lower brass housing. A repress program is available
through the local Hoshizaki Distributor for undamaged extruding heads and housings. The bearings should always
be replaced as a set. Return the extruding head and housing to your distributor for an exchange set or to be returned
for repressing.
BEARING INSPECTIONS:
Annual bearing inspections are recommended. More frequent inspections may be necessary in poor water quality
areas. The steps for bearing inspections are as follows:
(1 ) Gain access to the ice chute head by removing the top
panel and spout connectors as necessary.
(2) Remove the thumbnuts which hold the ice chute head in
place and lift it up and off of the evaporator (take care to
place the O-ring in a safe location until you replace the
head.)
(3) Remove the stainless steel bolt holding the cutter or
breaker in place and lift off to access the extruding head
and auger shaft.
(4) Replace the bolt into the auger shaft and use it to push
the auger back and forth from left to right to check for
excessive movement.
(5) Pull the auger towards you and try to insert a .02” round
stock or pin gauge in between the back side of the auger
shaft and bearing surface. Check several locations around
the auger shaft. If the gauge will go in between the shaft
and bearing, it is time to install new bearings. Both top and
bottom bearings should be replaced if the top bearing is
worn. If there is no excessive movement in the auger shaft
and the gauge does not fit, the bearings are okay. Replace
the cutter, O-ring, ice chute head and connectors.
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AUGER INSPECTION / BEARING
REPLACEMENT
A visual inspection of the auger bearing shaft surface is
also recommended annually in poor water areas. The steps
for this inspection is as follows:
Note: Clean the evaporator prior to removing the auger.
This will loosen scale around the extruding head
and allow for easier removal.
(1) Follow steps 1 through 5 of the bearing inspection procedure above.
(2) Remove the (metric) Allen head cap screws that secure the extruding head in place.
(3) Thoroughly drain the water supply system.
4) Turn the cutter up-side down, replace the bolt and use
the cutter to lift the auger out of the evaporator. If heavy
scale is present the auger may be difficult to remove. In this
case, you will find it helpful to clean the evaporator system
following the instructions located on the Inside front panel,
before you attempt to remove the auger.
(5) With the auger removed, remove the cutter and slide
the extruding head from the top of the auger. Visually inspect the bearing surface at the top and bottom of the
auger. Also inspect the auger flight and mechanical seal for
any damage. The extruding head contains the top bearing,
the bottom bearing is pressed into the brass housing at the
bottom of the evaporator. To remove the housing:
(6) Remove the Allen screws that secure the evaporator to
the housing.
(7) Loosen the belly band screw and lift the evaporator up
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and off of the housing. Holding the evaporator up, re-tighten
the belly band. This will hold the evaporator up so that you
can remove the housing.
(8) Remove the bolts that secure the housing to the gear
motor assembly and remove the brass housing. The mechanical seal ceramic disk and boot are pressed into the
top of the housing. Remove these parts before you exchange the bearings. The extruding head and brass housing will be exchanged for a repressed set at your local
distributor. When you replace the new parts, reverse the
order above. Use a light coat of food grade lubricant around
the bottom of the evaporator and on the o-ring portion of
the housing to the seal o-ring and help keep it in place as
you lower the evaporator. Inspect the mechanical seal thoroughly and reuse it, if it is in good shape.
Flaker Safety’s
Mechanical failures in an auger style ice machine can be
time consuming and expensive repairs. Hoshizaki has incorporated several safety’s in our Flaker and DCM units
which add protection against this type of failure.
The following safety’s are included in all Hoshizaki F and
DCM units:
1. Low water safety: Designed to protect against dry
operation or possible freeze up in the evaporator due to
low water flow. This safety utilizes the dual float switch
and a 90 second timer to shut down the unit when water
flow is interrupted. The unit will automatically restart when
water flow is resumed.
2. Protect relay safety: This safety incorporates a relay in
the gear motor circuit and will not allow the refrigeration
system to operate unless the gear motor is running. If the
gear motor fails during normal operation, the protect relay
shuts down the compressor to protect against evaporator
freeze-up.
3. Gear motor circuit safety’s: The gear motor has 2
additional safety’s which will operate if the gear motor is
subjected to excessive load or improper voltage. A current
type manual reset safety or slow blow fuse is located in
the control box and will trip when the gear motor amperage
exceeds normal amp draw. This acts as a primary safety
for the gear motor. A secondary internal thermal overload
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is included in the motor windings. Both will work in conjunction with the protect relay to shut the unit down.
4. Voltage protect relay: This relay will shut the unit off in
case of a voltage surge and automatically restart the unit
when the voltage is correct.
5. High pressure switch: All Hoshizaki ice machines include an automatic reset high pressure safety switch to
shut down the unit in case of high head pressures.
6. Fuse protection: A lamp buss-type fuse is utilized in the
control circuit. Smaller units like the DCM-240 and F-300
have a fuse in the incoming power circuit.
7. Short cycle protection timer: A 1 minute time delay is
included in the start-up sequence to protect against short
cycling the gear motor or compressor.
8. Compressor protection is provided either internally or by
means of an external motor circuit protector. This is an
automatic reset thermal type circuit breaker.
9. The F-2000 has a spout safety control to shut down the
unit if the bin control fails for any reason. This is a manual
reset safety and will notify the technician by means of a
indicator light on the control box. To reset this safety, turn
the control switch OFF and back ON. This re-sets the holding relay circuit and turns off the light.
The gear motor current protector serves as a back-up for
the bin control on other models. These safety’s protect the
Flaker or DCM models from internal failures.
DUAL FLOAT SWITCH
Hoshizaki float switch, part number 435490-01 can be used
as a universal replacement on any Hoshizaki Flaker or DCM
model in the field. It now subs for all previous float switch
numbers in our parts system.
Since the float switch is mounted into the water reservoir,
it is susceptible to scale build-up. The amount of scale
build-up will depend on the local water quality. Scale on
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the switch shaft can cause the floats to stick. This will
effect the unit operation. In this case, the float switch
should be cleaned and checked.
The float switch is held in place on the top cover by a twist
lock bracket. To remove it, twist the switch flange and lift.
Soak the switch assembly in ice machine cleaner. While it
is not necessary to do so, some technicians remove the
floats from the shaft during cleaning. If you remove them,
note that the blue float is on top. Also it is important to
clearly mark the top of the floats so that they can be replaced correctly. (See drawing below). Installing the floats
upside down will effect the timing of the float switch operation. Once clean, rinse and wipe the cleaner off and
check the switch with a good quality ohm meter.
This float switch has three wires (the black wire is common) and two separate switches. Check the top switch
by ohming out the black and red wires. When the float is up
the switch should be closed. Check the bottom switch by
ohming out the black and blue wires in the same manner. If
either switch fails, the assembly should be replaced.
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FLAKER WATER FILL SYSTEM
The reservoir in a Hoshizaki auger type ice maker feeds
water by gravity flow to the evaporator cylinder. The level
of water in the reservoir is maintained by the operation of
the dual float switch.
The dual float switch assembly is made up of two reed
switches inside of a sealed shaft. The reed switch contacts are operated by individual magnets attached inside of
the two separate floats.
As ice is made and extruded from the evaporator cylinder,
the water level in the reservoir drops. When the level drops,
the top float opens the top switch contacts (considered a
latching circuit). Opening these contacts allows the bottom float switch control of the water control relay in the
control circuit. As the water level continues to drop, the
bottom float contacts open to de-energize the water control relay.
De-energizing the water control relay closes a circuit to
supply 24 volts to the inlet water valve solenoid. This allows water to fill the reservoir. It also opens a circuit to the
timer board which starts a 90 second low water safety
shutdown timer.
When the water supply is available, the reservoir refills.
As the reservoir level rises, these two switches swap
jobs. The bottom float is now the latching circuit and thetop
float re-energizes the water control relay. This will stop
the safety timer and shut off the water flow.
If no water is available, i.e. the filter is stopped up or the
water supply is turned off, the unit cycles down and the
water valve remains energized. When the water supply is
restored, the reservoir fills and the top float switch reenergizes the water control relay to automatically restart
the unit. This system provides a consistent water level in
the reservoir and an automatic reset low water safety
protection.
Since the float switch is mounted into the water reservoir,
it is susceptible to scale build-up. The amount of scale
build-up will depend on the local water quality. Scale on
the switch shaft can cause the floats to stick. This will
effect the unit operation. In this case, the float switch
should be cleaned and checked.
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FLAKER TIMER BOARD
The solid state timer board used in Hoshizaki Flakers is a
simple electronic sequence timer. In order for the board to
sequence, certain circuits must be closed. In order to diagnose a bad timer board, it is necessary to check these
circuits to assure they are operating properly. If you are
trouble-shooting a timer, the first thing you should check is
the in coming control voltage. All Hoshizaki flakers have a
24 volt control transformer. The output of this transformer
is protected by a 1 amp buss type fuse. Control voltage
comes in the timer on pins 1 & 2. If you do not have 24 volts
at pins 1 & 2, check the transformer and fuse.
Now check for 24 volts across pins 7 & 8. If voltage is
present, the timer board has cycled up which indicates
there is not a problem in the timer board. The problem is in
the gear motor relay circuit. remember that there is a time
delay from the time you turn the unit on to the time it cycles
up completely. this time will be from 1 ~ 2.5 minutes, depending on the model of flaker.
In order for the flaker to start up, the reservoir must be full
and both float switches must be closed. This closes the
control circuit to pins 3 & 4. Do not confuse these pins with
the line voltage terminals marked 3 & 4 on the compressor
relay located on the board. You can check this circuit with
a volt meter across the pins or by placing a jumper across
them. If the unit cycles up with the jumper in place, the
board is good and your problem is in the water relay control circuit.
Next, you should check the bin control circuit at pins 5 & 6.
Check for a closed circuit with a volt meter or place a
jumper across them. If the unit cycles up with the jumper
in place, the board is good and the bin control circuit is the
problem.
The last circuit check is across pins 10 & 11. These pins
connect to the gear motor protect relay and will shut down
the unit if the gear motor fails. Check for a closed circuit
with a volt meter or place a jumper across them. If the unit
cycles up with the jumper in place, the board is good and
the gear motor protect circuit is suspect.
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Flaker Sequence of Operation
The Hoshizaki Flaker utilizes a solid state sequence timer
board to switch the components on and off as needed.
The sequence is as follows:
With proper voltage and water supplied to the Flaker and
the flush and ice switch is in the ice position, power is
supplied to the inlet water valve. The unit will not start
unless the reservoir is full and both floats on the dual float
switch are closed (in the up position). The operation is
then turned over to the bin control. If the bin control is
closed and calling for ice, the gear motor and condenser
fan motor are energized. One minute later, the compressor
starts. As the refrigeration systems cools the water in the
evaporator, ice will start to form within 2 to 5 minutes. This
depends on the inlet water temperature and ambient conditions. Ice production will continue until the bin control is
satisfied (opens). The shut down process is very simple.
On the F-450, F-800, F-1000, and F-2000 units, the entire
unit shuts down within 6 seconds after the bin control
switch opens. On the F-300 and F-500, approximately 90
seconds after the bin control switch opens, the compressor stops, on minute later the gear motor and condenser
fan motor stop. This sequence of operation is accomplished through a series of timers within the solid state
timer board.
FOR FACTORY SUPPORT
CONTACT HOSHIZAKI TECHNICAL SUPPORT AT:
1 -800-233-1940
E-Mail: techsupport@hoshizaki.com
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FLAKER PERIODIC FLUSH
Beginning with the F-450M and larger flakers, a periodic
flush cycle is included. A 12 hour timer will cycle the unit
down and open the flush valve which allows the complete
water system to drain. The unit will remain off for 20 minutes which allows any ice remaining in the evaporator to
melt and flush the evaporator walls and mechanical seal
out. The inlet water valve is not energized during this flush
period. The unit will automatically restart after 20 minutes
on the flush timer.
The F-500 will flush when the bin control is open.
DCM SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
DCM sequence for the ice making unit is similar to the F500, with a delay of the compressor at start up and a delay
of the gear motor at shut down.
A periodic flush is also incorporated in the DCM units. All
DCM models have periodic agitation in the bin to eliminate
ice bridging. The DCM- 240 model uses a solid state relay to
turn the gear motor for .2 seconds every 90 minutes. On
DCM-500 and 750 models, the solid state timer board will
start the agitation motor for .6 seconds every 12 seconds
of accumulated dispensing time.
FLAKER/DCM PRODUCTION CHECK
Checking the production on a F/DCM is a simple process.
To check the production you will need a bucket or pan to
catch the ice and a set of scales to weigh the ice. After the
unit has operated for 10 to 20 minutes, catch the ice production for 10 full minutes. Weigh the ice to establish the
batch weight. Multiply the batch weight by 144 for the total
production in 24 hours. Some prefer to catch the ice for 20
minutes and multiply the weight by 72 for a more realistic
production check. It is true that a longer catch is more
accurate, however, it doubles your test time and may only
show a 1 to 2% difference in production. Performing a
production check is an excellent way to prove proper F/
DCM operation.
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WATER AND REFRIGERATION CIRCUIT
DRAWING REFERENCE CHART FOR R-404A
MODELS
MODEL
DRAWING
PAGE
F-300B ....................................... A .................... 158
F-450MAF/H, F-500BAF ............ B .................... 159
F-800MAF/H, MWF/H ................. C .................... 160
F-1000MAF, MWF ...................... C .................... 160
F-1001MAH, MWH ..................... C .................... 160
F-1000MRF, F-1001MRH ........... D .................... 161
F-1000MLF ................................. E .................... 162
F-2000MRF/H ............................. F .................... 163
F-2000MLF/H ............................. G .................. 164
DCM-240B, DCM-270 ................. H .................... 165
DCM-450B ................................... I .................... 166
DCM-700B ................................... I .................... 166
NOTE: Some drawings have been combined to
represent more than one model.
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A
F-300 BAF
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B
F-450 MAF/H
F-500 BAF
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C
F-800MAF/H, MWF/H
F-1000 MAF, MWF
F-1001MAH, MWH
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D
F-1000 MRF
F-1001 MRH
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E
F-1000 MLF
F1001 MLH
421
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F
F-2000 MRF
F-2000 MRH
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G
F-2000 MLF
F-2000 MLH
621
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H
DCM-240 BAF
DCM-270 BAH
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I
DCM-500 BAF/H, BWF/H
DCM-750 BAF/H, BWF/H
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Pressure
Suction
50/9
70/21
90/32
35
35
35
19
22
22
19
19
19
250
250
250
37
37
37
280
280
280
Air
267
256
246
Air
Kg=lbs. WaterTemp
(F°/C°)
x .454
50/9
Production
70/21
24 hours
90/32
(lbs.)
Evaporator
50/9
Outlet temp.
70/21
(°F)
90/32
50/9
Pressure
70/21
High Side
90/32
80 / 27
303
290
278
70 / 21
Ambient Temp F°/C°
MODEL: F-300BAF
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): 9A (7.6A)
R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
39
39
39
236
232
218
22
22
22
311
311
311
Air
90 / 32
43
43
43
26
26
26
351
351
351
209
201
188
Air
100 / 38
Supply Voltage: 115/60/1
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Pressure
Suction
Pressure
High Side
Evaporator
Outlet temp.
(°F)
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Ambient Temp (F°/C°)
Water Temp
Kg=lbs.
(F°/C°)
x .454
Production
50 / 9
24 hours
70 / 21
(lbs.)
90 / 32
16
16
16
236
236
236
30
30
30
426
407
387
476
456
435
16
16
16
235
235
235
29
29
29
-C
Air
70 / 21
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): 11.25A (8.5A)
MODEL: F-450MAF/H & MAF -C/H-C (cubelet)
16
16
16
272
272
272
33
33
33
416
397
379
Air
80 / 27
362
355
330
16
16
16
308
308
308
36
36
36
16
16
16
273
273
273
34
34
34
Air
-C
368
350
333
R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
90 / 32
-C
16
16
16
310
310
310
37
37
37
317
310
287
16
16
16
348
348
348
39
39
39
315
301
282
Air
16
16
16
351
351
351
41
41
41
273
260
244
-C
Supply voltage: 115/60/1
100 / 38
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Pressure
Suction
Pressure
High Side
Evaporator
Outlet temp.
(°F)
Kg=lbs.
x .454
Production
24 hours
(lbs.)
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
8
8
8
221
221
221
26
26
26
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Air
478
458
438
Water
Temp (F°/C°)
Ambient Temp (F°/C°)
9
9
9
225
225
225
27
27
27
431
315
398
Air -C
70 / 21
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): 9.95A (7.9A)
MODEL: F-500BAF & BAF -C (cubelet)
Air
8
12
12
253
253
253
28
28
28
419
400
383
80 / 27
9
12
12
258
258
258
30
30
30
12
13
15
285
285
285
31
31
31
Air
366
359
335
Air -C
381
365
350
R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
90 / 32
12
12
15
292
292
292
32
32
32
336
333
308
Air -C
Air
15
15
15
327
327
327
34
34
34
320
306
287
100 / 38
15
15
15
332
332
332
35
35
35
295
283
263
Air-C
Supply voltage: 115/60/1
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720
695
680
800
765
735
270
287
287
39
41
41
265
267
266
37
37
37
17
18
18
223
239
255
35
37
38
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Pressure
High Side
Pressure
Suction
19
21
20
710
680
655
Air
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
21
22
21
Water
70 / 21
Air
Evaporator
Outlet temp.
(°F)
WaterTemp
Kg=lbs.
°F/°C
x .454
Production
50 / 9
24 hours
70 / 21
(lbs.)
90 / 32
Ambient Temp °F/°C
80 / 27
Water consumption for water cooled cond: 70/50 (21/9) 318 Gal/24 hr.
41
41
43
286
287
306
267
266
265
38
37
38
21
20
21
630
615
585
670
660
650
22
22
22
Air
Water
R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
MODEL: F-800M _F / H
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): MAF 11.95A (9.2A), MWF 10.2A (8.3A)
90 / 32
38
38
38
266
266
265
21
22
22
640
625
620
Water
Supply voltage: 115/60/1
44
45
45
315
325
325
22
23
22
560
540
505
Air
100 / 38
39
39
39
267
269
268
23
23
22
605
595
555
Water
90/70 (32/21) 539 Gal/24 hr.
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Pressure
Suction
Pressure
High Side
Evaporator
Outlet temp.
(°F)
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Kg=lbs. Water temp
°F/°C
x .454
Production
50 / 9
24 hours
70 / 21
(lbs.)
90 / 32
Ambient Temp °F/°C
21
22
21
265
267
266
37
37
37
670
650
640
16
17
17
221
221
221
35
35
35
Water
Air
760
730
700
70 / 21
Air
18
18
19
254
254
254
38
38
38
665
640
610
80 / 27
Water consumption for water cooled cond: 70/50 (21/9) 318 Gal/24 hr.
21
29
21
286
286
286
41
41
41
625
615
605
22
22
22
267
266
265
38
37
38
Air
585
575
535
Water
R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
MODEL: F-800M _F-C / H-C (cubelet)
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): MAF-C 11.95A (9.2A), MWF-C 10.2A (8.3A)
90 / 32
21
23
22
266
266
265
38
38
38
590
590
570
Water
Supply voltage: 115/60/1
22
23
23
325
325
325
45
45
45
510
490
455
Air
100 / 38
23
23
23
267
269
268
39
39
39
560
550
505
Water
90/70 (32/21) 553 Gal/24 hr.
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Pressure
Suction
Pressure
High Side
Evaporator
Outlet temp.
(F°)
Kg=lbs.
x .454
Production
24 hours
(lbs.)
890
855
840
23
23
25
263
266
269
33
34
35
970
930
890
19
19
19
213
213
213
32
32
32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
70 / 21
Water
Air
Water Temp
F°/C°
Ambient Temp (F° / C°)
33
33
33
23
24
25
221
221
221
930
895
865
Remote
35
35
35
33
34
35
23
23
25
263
266
269
820
805
785
855
820
785
19
23
23
244
244
244
Water
Air
80 / 27
Air
755
740
695
23
23
25
274
274
274
38
38
38
Remote
835
805
780
25
26
26
239
239
239
35
35
35
33
34
35
23
23
25
263
266
269
770
755
735
Water
90 / 32
41
41
41
25
25
25
315
315
315
665
635
595
750
745
700
26
27
28
256
256
256
36
36
36
Air
Remote
33
34
35
23
23
25
263
266
269
720
705
655
Water
100 / 38
39
39
39
675
650
605
28
28
28
295
296
295
Remote
R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
MODEL: F- 1000M_F
Supply Voltage: 208-230/60/1 ( 3 wire with neutral for for 115V)
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): MAF 6.85A (4.2A) MWF: 5.83A(4.2A), MRF: 8.9A (4.2A)
90 / 70 (32/21)
480 Gal/24 hr.
Water Consumption for water cooled cond.
70 / 50 (21/9)
303 Gal/24 hr:
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Pressure
Suction
Pressure
High Side
Evaporator
Outlet temp.
(F°)
Kg=lbs.
x .454
Production
24 hours
(lbs.)
790
760
750
23
23
25
263
266
269
33
34
35
860
820
790
18
18
18
209
209
209
32
32
32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
70 / 21
Water
Air
Water Temp
F°/C°
Ambient Temp (F° / C°)
34
34
33
23
24
25
220
220
220
840
810
790
Remote
35
35
35
33
34
35
23
23
25
263
266
269
735
720
710
765
735
710
18
23
23
243
243
243
Water
Air
80 / 27
Air
680
665
635
23
23
27
277
277
277
38
38
38
Remote
765
745
720
25
26
26
238
238
238
36
36
36
33
34
35
23
23
25
263
266
269
695
685
670
Water
90 / 32
41
41
41
27
27
27
217
317
217
610
585
550
700
695
660
26
25
28
256
256
256
37
37
37
Air
Remote
33
34
35
23
23
25
263
266
269
660
645
600
Water
100 / 38
40
40
40
640
620
575
28
28
28
295
295
295
Remote
R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
MODEL: F- 1000M _F -C (cubelet)
Supply Voltage: 208-230/60/1 ( 3 wire with neutral for for 115V)
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): MAF -C 6.85A (4.2A), MWF: 5.83A (4.2A), MRF: 8.9A (4.2A)
90 / 70 (32/21)
492 Gal/24 hr.
Water Consumption for water cooled cond.
70 / 50 (21/9)
303 Gal/24 hr.
174
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R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
21
21
21
106
106
106
26
26
26
1150
1035
1005
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Low side
Water Temp
°F/°C
-C
21
21
21
106
106
106
26
26
26
1020
945
915
21
21
21
125
125
125
30
30
30
980
950
925
Low side
900
885
805
21
21
23
143
143
143
33
33
33
21
21
21
125
125
125
30
30
30
Low side
-C
885
860
835
-C
21
21
23
143
143
143
33
33
33
805
795
760
23
23
23
166
166
166
35
35
35
830
805
690
Low side
100 / 38
23
23
23
166
166
166
35
35
35
735
710
640
-C
Supply voltage: 115/60/1
Note: The data provided is calculated by using a refrigeration capacity of 5700 BTU/h with a high side pressure of 213 PSIG and suction
pressure of 31.2 PSIG. The actual production and system operating pressures will vary depending on the specific R-404A rack system
setup.
Factory setting for the Evaporator Pressure Regulating Valve (EPR) is 32 PSIG. for evaporator temperature no less than 0 °F (-17.7°C).
Pressure
Suction
Pressure
High Side
Evaporator
Outlet temp.
(°F)
Kg=lbs.
x .454
Production
24 hours
(lbs.)
This unit is designed for connection to a Rack System using R-404A refrigerant. The data below is calculated.
90 / 32
70 / 21
80 / 27
Ambient Temp °F/°C
MODEL: F-1000MLF & MLF-C (cubelet)
Total Amperage 1.63A
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28
28
28
50/9
70/21
90/32
30
30
30
14
18
18
199
199
199
50/9
70/21
90/32
14
14
14
170
170
170
680
720
710
860
820
790
50/9
70/21
90/32
50/9
70/21
90/32
Air
Air
80 / 27
Water Temp
°F/°C
70 / 21
NOTE: R-22 refrigerant charge 1 lb. 7oz. (660g.).
Pressure
Suction
Pressure
High Side
Evaporator
Outlet temp.
(°F)
Kg=lbs.
x .454
Production
24 hours
(lbs.)
Ambient Temp F°/C°
MODEL: F-1000MAF-22
(Special production using R-22 refrigerant)
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): MAF 7.25A (4.5A)
32
32
32
680
670
635
18
18
21
228
228
228
Air
90 / 32
R-22 “ SPECIAL MODEL” PERFORMANCE DATA
34
34
34
21
21
21
258
258
258
615
585
555
Air
100 / 38
Supply Voltage: 115/60/1
176
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Pressure
Suction
Pressure
High Side
Evaporator
Outlet temp.
°F /°C
Production
24 hours
(lbs.)
14 / -10
14 / -10
14 / -10
224
224
224
33
33
33
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Air
935 / 424
895 / 404
865 / 393
Water Temp
°F /°C
16 / -9
16 / -9
16 / -9
260
260
261
35
37
39
860 / 390
855 / 388
840 / 383
Water
14 / -10
16 / -9
16 / -9
257
257
257
36
36
36
835 / 383
805 / 373
780 / 363
Air
Air
750 / 353
750 / 353
737 / 334
16 / -9
16 / -9
17 / -9
289
289
289
39
39
39
Water
16 / -9
16 / -9
16 / -9
260
260
261
35
37
39
16 / -9
16 / -9
16 / -9
260
260
261
35
37
39
17 / -9
17 / -9
17 / -9
329
329
329
43
43
43
16 / -9
16 / -9
16 / -9
260
260
261
35
37
39
Water
777 / 352
768 / 348
690 / 313
Air
717 / 325
650 / 316
655 / 297
Water
Supply Voltage: 220-240 50/ 1
90/70 (32/21) 503 Gal/24 hr.
100 / 38
770 / 365
840 / 381
735 / 357
90 / 32
820 / 379
805 / 374
785 / 370
MODEL: F-1000M_F-50
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): MAF 6.8A (5.9A), MWF 6.3A (5.4A)
Water consumption for water cooled cond: 70/50 (21/9) 326 Gal/24 hr.
70 / 21
80 / 27
Ambient Temp °F /°C
177
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Pressure
Suction
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Water Temp
Kg=lbs.
F°/C°
x .454
50 / 9
Production
70 / 21
24 hours
90 / 32
(lbs.)
50 / 9
Evaporator
70 / 21
Outlet temp.
90 / 32
(F°)
50 / 9
Pressure
70 / 21
High Side
90 / 32
Ambient Temp (F° / C°)
Water
890
855
840
23
23
25
263
266
269
33
34
35
Air
970
930
890
19
19
19
213
213
213
32
32
32
70 / 21
33
33
33
23
24
25
221
221
221
930
895
865
Remote
23
23
25
263
266
269
19
23
23
244
244
244
33
34
35
820
805
785
835
805
780
35
35
35
Water
Air
80 / 27
Air
755
740
695
23
23
25
274
274
274
38
38
38
Remote
835
805
780
25
26
26
239
239
239
35
35
35
33
34
35
23
23
25
263
266
269
770
755
735
Water
90 / 32
41
41
41
25
25
25
315
315
315
665
635
595
750
745
700
26
27
28
256
256
256
36
36
36
Air
Remote
33
34
35
23
23
25
263
266
269
720
705
655
Water
100 / 38
39
39
39
675
650
605
28
28
28
295
296
295
Remote
R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
MODEL: F- 1001M_H
Supply Voltage: 208-230/60/1 ( 3 wire with neutral for for 115V)
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): MAH 6.85A (4.2A) MWH: 5.83A(4.2A), MRH: 8.9A (4.2A)
90 / 70 (32/21)
480 Gal/24 hr.
Water Consumption for water cooled cond.
70 / 50 (21/9)
303 Gal/24 hr:
178
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2/20/03
Pressure
Suction
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Water Temp
Kg=lbs.
F°/C°
x .454
50 / 9
Production
70 / 21
24 hours
90 / 32
(lbs.)
50 / 9
Evaporator
70 / 21
Outlet temp.
90 / 32
(F°)
50 / 9
Pressure
70 / 21
High Side
90 / 32
Ambient Temp (F° / C°)
Water
790
760
750
23
23
25
263
266
269
33
34
35
Air
860
820
790
18
18
18
209
209
209
32
32
32
70 / 21
34
34
33
23
24
25
220
220
220
840
810
790
Remote
23
23
25
263
266
269
18
23
23
243
243
243
33
34
35
735
720
710
35
35
35
Water
Air
765
735
710
80 / 27
Air
680
665
635
23
23
27
277
277
277
38
38
38
Remote
765
745
720
25
26
26
238
238
238
36
36
36
33
34
35
23
23
25
263
266
269
695
685
670
Water
90 / 32
41
41
41
27
27
27
217
317
217
700
695
660
26
25
28
256
256
256
37
37
37
Air
610
585
550
Remote
33
34
35
23
23
25
263
266
269
660
645
600
Water
100 / 38
40
40
40
640
620
575
28
28
28
295
295
295
Remote
R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
MODEL: F- 1001M _H -C (cubelet)
Supply Voltage: 208-230/60/1 ( 3 wire with neutral for for 115V)
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): MAH -C 8.08A (4.2A), MWH-C: 5.83A (4.2A), MRH-C: 10.23A (4.2A)
90 / 70 (32/21)
492 Gal/24 hr.
Water Consumption for water cooled cond.
70 / 50 (21/9)
303 Gal/24 hr.
179
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12/20/03
2/20/03
R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Water Temp
°F/°C
21
21
21
106
106
106
26
26
26
Low side
21
21
21
106
106
106
26
26
26
-C
21
21
21
125
125
125
30
30
30
980
950
925
Low side
900
885
805
21
21
23
143
143
143
33
33
33
21
21
21
125
125
125
30
30
30
Low side
-C
885
860
835
-C
21
21
23
143
143
143
33
33
33
805
795
760
23
23
23
166
166
166
35
35
35
830
805
690
Low side
-C
23
23
23
166
166
166
35
35
35
735
710
640
Note: The data provided is calculated by using a refrigeration capacity of 5700 BTU/h with a high side pressure of 213 PSIG and suction
pressure of 31.2 PSIG. The actual production and system operating pressures will vary depending on the specific R-404A rack system setup.
Factory setting for the Evaporator Pressure Regulating Valve (EPR) is 32 PSIG. for evaporator temperature no less than 0 °F (-17.7°C).
Pressure
Suction
Pressure
High Side
Evaporator
Outlet temp.
(°F)
Kg=lbs.
x .454
Production
24 hours
(lbs.)
100 / 38
Supply voltage: 115/60/1
This unit is designed for connection to a Rack System using R-404A refrigerant. The data below is calculated.
90 / 32
70 / 21
80 / 27
Ambient Temp °F/°C
MODEL: F-1001MLH & MLH-C (cubelet)
Total Amperage: 3.03A
180
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
Pressure
Suction
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Evaporator
Outlet temp.
(°F)
Pressure
High Side
Water
temp F°/C°
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Ambient Temp (F°)
Kg=lbs.
x .454
Production
24 hours
(lbs.)
25
25
25
12
12
12
221
221
221
1992
1930
1878
2030
1957
1916
11
11
11
262
263
265
26
27
28
Remote
Water
70 / 21
11
11
11
262
263
265
26
27
28
1875
1836
1797
Water
80 / 27
11
11
11
262
263
265
26
27
28
1759
1730
1686
1827
1777
1729
12
12
12
230
230
230
26
26
26
Water
Remote
R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
MODEL: F-2000M_F/H
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): Water 16.9 (10.8A), Remote 19.4A (10.8A)
Water consumption for water cooled cond: 70/50 (21/9) 735 Gal/24 hr.
90 / 32
12
12
14
238
238
238
26
26
26
1683
1676
1593
Remote
11
11
11
262
263
265
26
27
28
1651
1616
1500
Water
14
14
14
274
274
274
29
29
29
1550
1508
1393
Remote
100 / 38
90/70 (32/21) 1165 Gal/24 hr.
Supply Voltage: 208-230/60/1
181
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2/20/03
Pressure
Suction
Pressure
High Side
Evaporator
Outlet temp.
(°F)
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Water
Kg=lbs.
temp F°/C°
x .454
Production
50 / 9
24 hours
70 / 21
(lbs.)
90 / 32
Ambient Temp (F°)
26
26
26
12
12
12
220
220
220
1714
1662
1628
1790
1727
1698
10
10
12
262
263
266
27
27
28
Remote
Water
70 / 21
10
10
12
262
263
266
27
27
28
1669
1641
1614
Water
10
10
12
262
263
266
27
27
28
1587
1560
1534
1595
1562
1530
12
14
14
227
227
227
26
26
26
Water
Remote
80 / 27
R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
MODEL: F-2000M_F-C/H-C (cubelet)
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): Water 16.9 (10.8A), Remote 19.4A (10.8A)
Water consumption for water cooled cond: 70/50 (21/9) 765 Gal/24 hr.
90 / 32
14
14
14
233
233
233
27
27
27
1498
1491
1437
Remote
10
10
12
262
263
266
27
27
28
1508
1483
1375
Water
14
14
14
266
266
266
29
29
29
1408
1379
1272
Remote
100 / 38
90/70 (32/21) 1190 Gal/24 hr.
Supply Voltage: 208-230/60/1
182
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
Pressure
Suction
Pressure
High Side
Evaporator
Outlet temp.
(°F)
Production
24 hours
(lbs.)
14
14
14
219
219
219
25
25
25
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
2011
1948
1897
Remote
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Ambient Temp (F°)
Water
Kg=lbs.
temp F°/C°
x .454
70 / 21
25
25
25
-1
-1
-1
222
222
222
1725
1684
1648
-C
14
14
14
230
230
230
26
26
26
1845
1796
1748
Remote
80 / 27
14
14
16
241
241
241
27
27
27
1701
1693
1612
-1
0
0
225
225
225
25
25
25
Remote
-C
90 / 32
1613
1579
1546
R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
MODEL: F-2000MRF/H3 & MRF3-C/H3-C (cubelet)
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): Remote 17.6A (9A)
-C
0
0
3
228
228
228
26
26
26
1526
1513
1450
16
16
16
271
271
271
29
29
29
1569
1527
1411
Remote
100 / 38
3
3
3
262
262
262
29
29
29
1420
1390
1274
-C
Supply Voltage: 208-230/60/3
183
12/01/02
12/20/03
2/20/03
R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
12
12
12
190
256
297
16
21
22
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
2280
1955
1915
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Remote
70 / 21
-C
16
21
22
12
12
12
190
256
297
1965
1680
1660
12
12
12
190
256
297
16
21
22
2010
1835
1795
Remote
80 / 27
-C
12
12
12
190
256
297
16
21
22
1755
1615
1585
12
12
14
190
256
297
16
21
22
1760
1730
1685
Remote
90 / 32
-C
12
12
14
190
256
297
16
21
22
1565
1540
1515
14
14
14
190
256
297
16
21
22
1650
1615
1370
Remote
100 / 38
14
14
14
190
256
297
16
21
22
1500
1475
1245
-C
Supply Voltage: 115/60/1
Note: The data provided is calculated by using a refrigeration capacity of 11600 BTU/h with a high side pressure of 221 PSIG and suction
pressure of 22 PSIG. The actual production and system operating pressures will vary depending on the specific R-404A rack system setup.
Factory setting for the Evaporator Pressure Regulating Valve (EPR) is 22 PSIG for evaporator temperature no less than -14 °F (-25 °C).
Pressure
Suction
Pressure
High Side
Evaporator
Outlet temp.
(°F)
Kg=lbs.
x .454
Production
24 hours
(lbs.)
Ambient Temp (F°)
Water
temp F°/C°
MODEL: F-2000MLF/H & MLF-C/H-C (cubelet)
Total Amperage: 6.14A
This unit is designed for connection to a Rack System using R-404A refrigerant. The data below is calculated.
184
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2/20/03
Pressure
Suction
Pressure
High Side
Evaporator
Outlet temp.
(°F)
Kg=lbs.
x .454
Production
24 hours
(lbs.)
240
230
215
24.8
24.8
24.8
245
250
265
275
265
250
21.2
21.2
21.2
215
230
230
38.5
38.5
38.5
50/9
70/21
90/32
50/9
70/21
90/32
50/9
70/21
90/32
50/9
70/21
90/32
40.0
40.0
40.0
Air
80 / 27
Air
70 / 21
Water Temp
°F/°C
Ambient Temp F°/C°
MODEL: DCM-240BAF
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): 8.5A (6.5A)
R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
43.5
43.5
43.5
215
210
200
24.8
24.8
24.8
260
254
275
Air
90 / 32
46.3
46.3
46.3
25.7
25.7
25.7
305
315
310
190
190
175
Air
100 / 38
Supply Voltage: 115/60/1
185
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2/20/03
Pressure
Suction
Pressure
High Side
Evaporator
Outlet temp.
(°F)
20
23
23
251
251
251
20
20
20
217
217
217
37
37
37
50/9
70/21
90/32
50/9
70/21
90/32
50/9
70/21
90/32
40
40
40
248
238
228
282
271
259
80 / 27
Air
70 / 21
Air
Water Temp
Kg=lbs.
°F/°C
x .454
50/9
Production
70/21
24 hours
90/32
(lbs.)
Ambient Temp F°/C°
MODEL: DCM-270BAH
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): 8.5A (6.5A)
R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
43
43
43
219
215
201
23
23
24
285
285
285
Air
90 / 32
46
46
46
23
22
21
327
327
327
192
184
172
Air
100 / 38
Supply Voltage: 115/60/1
186
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12/20/03
2/20/03
Pressure
Suction
Pressure
High Side
Evaporator
Outlet temp.
(°F)
23
26
26
264
264
264
23
23
23
230
230
230
33
33
33
50/9
70/21
90/32
50/9
70/21
90/32
50/9
70/21
90/32
35
35
35
461
438
416
535
510
485
80 / 27
Air
70 / 21
Air
Water Temp
Kg=lbs.
°F/°C
x .454
50/9
Production
70/21
24 hours
90/32
(lbs.)
Ambient Temp F°/C°
MODEL: DCM-500BAF/H
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): 11.2A (7.9A)
R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
37
37
37
396
385
358
26
26
28
297
297
297
Air
90 / 32
43
43
43
28
28
28
335
335
335
340
323
304
Air
100 / 38
Supply Voltage: 115/60/1
187
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2/20/03
Pressure
Suction
Pressure
High Side
Evaporator
Outlet temp.
(°F )
Kg=lbs.
x .454
Production
24 hours
(lbs.)
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
30
30
30
249
249
249
44
44
44
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
50 / 9
70 / 21
90 / 32
Air
803
770
726
Water Temp
°F /°C
30
30
30
255
255
255
44
44
44
879
851
830
Water
30
32
32
280
280
280
47
47
47
684
645
608
Air
MODEL: DCM-750B_ F/H
Total Amperage (Compressor RLA): BAF 16.4 (11A), BWF 14.5A (10A)
Water consumption for water cooled cond: 70/50 (21/9) 421 Gal/24 hr.
70 / 21
80 / 27
Ambient Temp °F /°C
Air
573
567
509
32
32
33
310
310
310
49
49
49
Water
809
789
770
30
30
30
256
256
256
45
45
45
R-404A PERFORMANCE DATA
90 / 32
30
30
32
256
256
256
45
45
45
751
746
714
Water
33
33
33
346
346
346
52
52
52
480
452
423
Air
32
32
32
614
614
614
47
47
47
697
679
628
Water
Supply Voltage: 115/60/1
90/70 (32/21) 624 Gal/24 hr.
100 / 38
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193
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196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
Wiring Diagram
(A)
(B)
(C)/(D)
(E)
(F)/(G)
(H)
(I)
(J)
(K)
(L)
(M)
(N)
(O)
(P)
(Q)
Model Number
DCM-240BAF
DCM-270BAH
DCM-500BAF, BWF
DCM-500BAH, BWH
DCM-750BAF, BWF
DCM-750BAH. BWH
F-300BAF
F-450MAF/H
F-450MAF-C/H-C
F-500BAF
F-800MAF/H, MWF/H
F-1000MAF, MWF, MRF
F-1000MAF-22
F-1000MAF-50
F-1000MLF
145~174 MFD
145~174 MFD
243~292 MFD
243~292 MFD
88~108 MFD
189~227 MFD
145~174 MFD
243~292 MFD
243~292 MFD
270~324 MFD
124~149 MFD
108~130 MFD
108~130 MFD
64~77 MFD
145~174 MFD
Start
Capacitor
None
None
15 MFD
15 MFD
15 MFD
25 MFD
None
15 MFD
15 MFD
15 MFD
25 MFD
25 MFD
25 MFD
20 MFD
30 MFD
Run
Capacitor
None
None
5 MFD
5 MFD
5 MFD
5 MFD
None
5 MFD
5 MFD
5 MFD
5 MFD
5 MFD
5 MFD
2.5 MFD
10 MFD
Fan
Capacitor
DCM/Flaker Wiring Diagram Reference Chart for R-404A Models
10 MFD
10 MFD
12 MFD
12 MFD
24 MFD
24 MFD
10 MFD
12 MFD
12 MFD
12 MFD
12 MFD
12 MFD
12 MFD
12 MFD
12 MFD
Gear Motor
Capacitor
189
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URC-6F,F
URC-6F-E
URC-20F
F-1001M_H
F-1001MLH
F-2000MRF/H, MWF/H
F-2000MRF3/H3
F-2000MLF/H
Model Number
Page
206
207
208
209
210
Wiring Diagram
(R)
(S)
(T)
(U)
(V)
108~130 MFD
None
189~227 MFD
None
None
Start
Capacitor
25 MFD
None
40 MFD
None
None
Run
Capacitor
10 MFD
10 MFD
10 MFD
5 MFD
None
10 MFD
10 MFD
10 MFD
Fan
Capacitor
DCM/Flaker Wiring Diagram Reference Chart for R-404A Models
24 MFD
24 MFD
65 MFD
65 MFD
65 MFD
Gear Motor
Capacitor
(A)
DCM-240 BAF
190
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(B)
DCM-270 BAH
191
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(C)
DCM-500 BAF, BWF
Serial numbers H0 & J0
192
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(D)
DCM-500 BAF, BWF
Serial numbers J1 & after.
193
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(E)
DCM-500 BAH, BWH
194
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(F)
DCM-750 BAF, BWF
Serial numbers H0 & J0
195
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(G)
DCM-750 BAF, BWF
Serial numbers J1 & after.
196
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(H)
DCM-750 BAH, BWH
197
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(I)
F-300 BAF
198
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(J)
F-450 MAF/H
199
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2/20/03
(K)
F-450 MAF-C/H-C
Note: Later Production will have proximity switch bin
control like F-450MAF.
200
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2/20/03
(L)
F-500 BAF
201
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(M)
F-800 MAF/H, MWF/H
Note: Capacitors vary with compressor number
#RS55C1E
Start - 124~149 MFD
Run - 25 MFD
#RS55C2E
Start - 243~292 MFD
Run - 15 MFD
202
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(N)
F-1000 MAF, MWF, MRF
203
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(O)
F-1000 MAF-22
204
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(P)
F-1000 MAF-50
205
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(Q)
F-1000 MLF
206
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(R)
F-1001 MAH, MWH, MRH
207
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(S)
F-1001 MLH
208
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(T)
F-2000 MRF/H, MWF/H
209
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(U)
F-2000 MRF3/H3
210
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(V)
F-2000 MLF/H
211
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NOTES
212
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NOTES
213
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NOTES
214
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