Catalog 1304-1
Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner with Top-Mounted Hydronic Heat
Model PGAN - Unit Sizes 007 – 015
Engineered for flexibility and performance™
Contents
Daikin Model PGAN Product Nomenclature.............. 3
16" × 42" Model PGAN with Top-Mounted Hydronic
Heat................................................................................ 4
Introduction.............................................................. 4
Years of Experience Matter...................................... 4
The Hydronic Experts.............................................. 4
Controls With Built-In Hydronic Logic...................... 4
Quiet Comfort........................................................... 4
More For Your Investment........................................... 5
AHRI Performance Data............................................... 6
Features and Options................................................... 7
Easy To Use Digital Controls................................... 7
Wall Sleeves............................................................ 7
Wall Sleeve Extension............................................. 7
Louver Frame........................................................... 8
Exterior Louvers For Standard Wall Sleeves........... 8
Manual Fresh Air Damper Control........................... 8
Auto Fresh Air Damper Option................................. 8
Positive Condensate Removal................................. 9
Condensate Dispersion System............................... 9
Removable Condenser Fan Motor........................... 9
Freeze Protection..................................................... 9
Seacoast Construction (Option)............................... 9
Permanent Cleanable Filters................................... 9
Unit-Mounted Control................................................. 10
Optional Programmable Electronic Thermostat..... 10
Optional Non-Programmable Electronic
Thermostat............................................................. 10
Cooling or Heating – Manual Operation ................ 11
Remote Thermostats............................................. 11
PGAN Dimensions...................................................... 12
Hydronic Heating Configurations............................. 13
Steam..................................................................... 13
Hot Water............................................................... 13
PGAN Supportive Literature:
• IM 1193 - Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner, 16" × 42"
PGAN with Top-Mounted Hydronic Heat Installation &
Maintenance Manual
• IM 1196 - Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner - Wall
Sleeve Installation, 16" × 42" PGAN with Top-Mounted
Hydronic Heat Installation & Maintenance Manual
• IM 1198 - Installing The Top-Mounted Hydronic
Heat Section To Model PGAN Packaged Terminal Air
Conditioner
Catalog 1304-1/ Page 2 of 28
Piping........................................................................... 14
Piping..................................................................... 14
How to Select The Correct Wall Cabinet.................. 14
Wall Opening Requirements – 16" × 42"............... 14
Electrical Service................................................... 14
Standard Wall Sleeve Installation.......................... 15
Panel/Window Wall Sleeve Installation.................. 15
NEMA Receptacles................................................ 15
Remote Wall-Mounted Thermostats......................... 17
Remote Thermostat Control................................... 17
Operating Instructions............................................ 17
Thermostat Location.............................................. 18
Remote Thermostat Operation.............................. 18
Non-Programmable Thermostat Specs................. 18
Wall-Mounted, 7, 5-2 & 5-1-1 Programmable
Thermostat Specs.................................................. 19
Standard Auto or Manual-Changeover Two-Stage
Heat/ Two-Stage Cool Specs................................. 19
Optional Remote Sensor........................................ 20
Energy Saving Options.............................................. 20
Automatic Changeover, Remote Mounted
Thermostat............................................................. 20
Wiring Diagrams......................................................... 21
PGAN with Hydronic Heat...................................... 21
PGAN with Hydronic Heat, Optional Power Vent
and Power Door..................................................... 22
PGAN with Hydronic Heat, Variable Speed
Condenser and Evaporator Fan Motors................. 23
PGAN with Hydronic Heat, Variable Speed
Condenser, Evaporator Fan Motors, and Optional
Power Vent and Door............................................. 24
Guide Specifications.................................................. 25
Daikin Model PGAN Product Nomenclature
Note: For Illustration purposes only. Not all options available with all models.
P GAN 1 009 E D A
AY YYYYY LB SYY B L
Unit Type
Warranty
P = PTAC
A = Standard
C = 4 Yr Extnd. Comp.
L = 4 Yr Extnd. Refrig.
X = Special
Product Identifier
PGAN = Air Conditioner
Design Series
SKU
1 = A Design 1
B = Build to Order
Unit Size
Upgrade Packages
007 = 7,000
009 = 9,000
012 = 12,000
015 = 15,000
SYY = Seacoast
AYY = Acoustics
BYY = Seacoast and Acoustics
YYY = None
Voltage
A = 115-60-1
E = 208/230-60-1
J = 265/277-60-1
Power Connection
LB = Long Cord – 64" (Standard)
YY = None - Hardwired to unit
Brand Name
D = Daikin
Application Type
YYYYY = None
Refrigerant
A = R-410A
Damper Type
Damper Control
AY= Automatic
MY= Manual
Note: An optional unit-mounted thermostat kit or 24 volt wall-mounted thermostat kit is required to operate unit.
Catalog 1304-1 / Page 3 of 28
16" × 42" Model PGAN with Top-Mounted Hydronic Heat
Introduction
Years of Experience Matter
As the world’s largest heating, ventilation and air-conditioning manufacturer, Daikin stands behind its product with the
strength of a global organization. With Daikin representation and quality U.S. manufactured products; we continue to
provide fast delivery and hands-on support that you’ve come
to expect to make your project a success.
Daikin has added the new model PGAN to its family of packaged terminal air conditioners, ideal for new construction,
renovation and replacement projects. The PGAN offers high
economic value with a design that delivers energy efficiency,
low sound levels and superior reliability, while offering these
advantages:
• AHRI certified performance that meets ASHRAE-90.1
energy efficiency standards mandated by the United States
Department of Energy
• Quiet operation, and by adding the sound reduction
option, results in a quiet, relaxing environment.
• Specialized features and built-in safeties for hydronic heat
applications
• Quality construction with value-added, factory supplied
options
• The Standard paint on the PGAN cabinet is Antique
Ivory with a contrasting Oxford Brown subbase. This
color com­bination blends well with most interior color
schemes. The durable electrostatically applied, baked on,
antique ivory urethane powder paint resists smudges and
corrosion. For custom colors, refer to Form 2F-1188 and
supplemental Form 2F-1188A.
Catalog 1304-1/ Page 4 of 28
The Hydronic Experts
Daikin is a leading manufacturer of hydronic heat equipment. We specialize in providing hydronic heat with a host of
configurable options.
Modes
• DX Cooling with hot water hydronic heat
• DX Cooling with steam hydronic heat
Controls With Built-In Hydronic Logic
• Normally open/normally closed valve control
• Heat fan lockout – prevent the fan from coming on until
there is heat in the pipes.
Quiet Comfort
Our PTAC has been redesigned to be the quietest PTAC
we’ve ever built. The unit’s design and construction provide a
quiet environment, allowing guests to enjoy peaceful, sleepfilled nights.
More For Your Investment
1 Cooling PGAN Chassis
4 Room Cabinet
• Energy efficient design with two speed condenser motor,
rotary compressor and quiet two speed indoor tangential fan
• Filter drier to protect the compressor and lengthen the life
of the unit
• 100% run tested, and leak-tested during the manufacturing
process, and again prior to shipment
• Indoor air quality (IAQ) fresh air damper (manual or
automatic) and cleanable filter
• Optional sound reduction and seacoast package
• 64" LCDI safety plug reaches both sides of the chassis
• Furniture grade heavy-gauge steel construction with flush
mounted touchpad control
• Customized depth, colors, grille and kickplate available
• Front or bottom return configurations
5 Wall Sleeve
• Heavy-gauge steel construction with powder-coated finish
in standard or recessed louver design
• Customized depth, wall flange and leveling legs
• Outside air louver with extruded architectural blade design
5
2 Hydronic Heat Section
• Snap on, top-mounted hydronic heat coil (steam or hot water)
• Right-hand, left-hand or opposite-end piping
configurations for ease of installation
• Heat fan lockout – prevents fan operation until there is
heat in the pipes
• Hydronic control logic for normally open/normally closed
valve control
• Built-in coil freeze protection for low ambient conditions
Wall Flange
Wall Sleeve
Leveling Legs
Architectural
Louver
3 Unit-Mounted Digital Controls
• Easy to use digital readout when selecting fan mode and
speed, mode of operation and temperature display
• Optional Non-programmable with auto changeover, fan
speed control, hardwired
• Optional 7-day programmable with auto changeover, fan
speed control, hardwired
• Optional remote mounted thermostat controls available
2
3
1
4
Control Blockoff for Wall-Mounted Thermostat
Note: An optional unit-mounted thermostat kit or 24 volt
wall-mounted thermostat kit is required to operate unit.
Catalog 1304-1 / Page 5 of 28
AHRI Performance Data
Table 1: AHRI Performance Data(5)
Cooling Model
007
009
012
015
BTUH
7200
7600
7600
9000
9000
8800
11700
11700
14000
14000
Sensible BTUH
5300
5700
5700
6000
6000
5900
7800
7800
9400
9400
EER
11.7
11.5
11.5
11.1
11.1
11.1
10.3
10.3
9.6
9.6
Volts
115
230/208
265
115
230/208
265
230/208
265
230/208
265
FLA
7.5
4.1
3.6
8.9
4.7
4.2
6.2
5.4
7.3
6.3
Watts
620
660
660
810
810
790
1140
1140
1460
1460
Cooling
Valve & Fan Motor Amps
n/a
0.4
0.37
n/a
0.4
0.37
0.4
0.37
0.3
0.31
Min. Circuit Amps
8.9
4.8
4.2
10.7
5.6
4.9
7.4
6.4
8.8
7.6
Hydronic
Hot Water BTUH
14300 / 13800
14300 / 13800
14300 / 13800
Heat
Steam BTUH
19500 / 19400
19500 / 19400
19500 / 19400
Airflow
Time Delay Fuse
15A
15A
15A
15A
15A
15A
15A
NEMA Receptacle
5-15R
6-15R
n/a
5-15R
High
Low
n/a
High
6-15R
n/a
Low
n/a
15200 / 13800
20600 / 20500
15A
15A
15A
6-15R
n/a
6-15R
n/a
High
Low
High
Low
Cool - Wet Coil
315
280
n/a
315
280
n/a
315
280
350
315
Heat - Dry Coil
335
300
n/a
335
300
n/a
335
300
370
335
Vent
70
56
n/a
70
56
n/a
70
56
70
56
Note: Actual Vent performance will vary with application and installation conditions.
Dehumidification (pints/hr)
1.7
1.7
1.7
2.2
2.2
2.2
3.6
3.6
4.4
4.4
Net Weight (lbs)
103
103
103
107
107
107
107
107
118
118
Ship Weight (lbs)
118
118
118
122
122
122
124
124
135
135
Cabinet/Wall Sleeve (lbs)
36
36
36
Notes: 1.Based on ASHRAE and AHRI test conditions of 95°F DB/75°F WB outside, 80°F DB/67°F WB inside.
2.Based on ASHRAE and AHRI test conditions of 47°F DB outside, 70°F DB inside.
3.All 265 volt models must use a sub-base or be hard-wired with a disconnect switch.
4.Water – Based on ASHRAE and AHRI test conditions of 200°F EWT, 180°F LWT, 70°F EAT with a 1.8 gpm flow rate.
5.Over current protection for all units is 15 amps.
6.Overcurrent protection on 265 volt models must be cartirdge-style time-delay fuses (included and factory installed on all 265 volt chassis.
7.Cooling Full Load Amps includes Compressor, IDF and ODF FLA’s.
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Features and Options
Easy To Use Digital Controls
Figure 2: Wall Sleeve with Recessed Louver Design
The optional non-programmable touchpad control offers
digital readout and is easy to use when selecting fan speed,
mode of operation and temperature setting. A precise digital
temperature display provides occupants with an exact comfort setting, thereby eliminating uncomfortable temperature
swings and costly overheating/overcooling associated with
non-digital electro-mechanical controls.
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Wall Sleeve Extension
Figure 1: Optional Non-Programmable or Programmable
Digital Touchpad Control, or Remote Thermostat Control
The standard wall sleeve will accommodate the maximum
wall thickness described in Table 2. For thicker walls, wall
sleeve extensions are available from your local distributor.
Air splitters will be included in the wall sleeve extension as
shown in the illustrations below.
Note: When installing a new chassis into an existing wall
sleeve with an extension, it will be necessary to
relocate the two air splitters to match the dimensions
shown in the illustration (see Table 3).
Figure 3: Wall Sleeve Extension and Splitter Details
B
as required
Room Side
16"
Air Splitters
Note: An optional unit-mounted thermostat kit or 24 volt wallmounted thermostat kit is required to operate unit.
A
Wall Sleeves
Constructed of galvanized, phosphatized, heavy-gauge steel
with an Antique Ivory powder paint corrosion-resistant finish. Wall sleeves are installed through the wall as shown on
the plans and have factory provisions for use of appropriate
fastening devices to secure the sleeve to the wall. They can
be ordered to custom depths, and recessed louver wall sleeves
have a pitched bottom for positive removal of moisture to
the outside. An optional factory-welded brickstop flange is
provided based on architectural specifications.
42"
B
C
Wall Sleeve
Extension
Table 2: Maximum Wall Thickness without Sleeve
Extensions
Maximum Wall Thickness
Louver
NoStandard
Type
Subbase Subbase
Stamped 3/8"
Architectural 11/8"
141/8" 9 1/2"
147/8" 103/8"
Table 3: Wall Sleeve Extension Splitter Locations
Dimension
16" x 42"
A99/16"
B245/16"
C61/8"
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Features and Options
Louver Frame
Manual Fresh Air Damper Control
Louver frames are used for panel wall and thin wall applications to assure positive anchoring to the wall. The wall sleeve
is installed flush with the outside of the building. The louver
frame is placed around the wall sleeve.
Outdoor fresh air is brought in through a manual damper
door, using the control lever, hidden from the occupant's view
to allow you to manage ventilation requirements.
Figure 7: Manual Fresh Air Damper Control - Left End
Figure 4: Louver Frame Dimensions
Manual outdoor
damper control
Vent
Closed
183/16"
(1072mm)
423/16"
(1072mm)
163/16"
(411mm)
33/4"
(92mm)
443/16"
(1122mm)
Vent Open
Auto Fresh Air Damper Option
The optional fresh air damper automatically opens and closes
the outdoor air vent door depending on fan operation:
Figure 8: Auto Fresh Air Damper
Note: Wall Sleeve rough opening when using a Louver
Frame must be 165/8" × 425/8"
Exterior Louvers For Standard Wall Sleeves
Two styles of exterior louvers are available. The standard
flush stamped louver is a one-piece stamped aluminum type
that is finished natural and clear anodized. Attractive, rugged
architectural louvers are extruded aluminum and are finished
natural and clear anodized (optional colors are also available).
Louvers by others are acceptable as long as they meet factory
specifications. They must have a minimum free area of 70%
or a pressure drop not exceeding .05 in. w.g. at 300 fpm face
velocity, and a blade design that will not cause recirculation
of condenser air.
Figure 5: Flush Stamped Louver
• Opens when the indoor fan is operating to bring in outside
air for improved indoor air quality.
• Closes when the indoor fan is off to prevent cold drafts.
Figure 9: Power Door Kit
Figure 6: Architectural Louver
Motor shown exploded
Catalog 1304-1/ Page 8 of 28
Features and Options
Positive Condensate Removal
Figure 10: Sloped Basepan & Plastic Drain Pan
Removable Condenser Fan Motor
Allows easy access to enable regular cleaning of coils, which
is essential to maintain unit efficiency and protect the compressor for long unit life.
Plastic Drain Pan
Base Pan
Humidity controls and positive condensate removal features
together greatly reduce or eliminate excess condensate. In the
process, comfort is improved and energy reduced by using
the PGAN’s advanced digital controls to intelligently manage
ventilation air and humidity within the conditioned space.
Condensate Dispersion System
Our condensate dispersion system removes condensate from
indoor cooling operation by throwing water directly on to
the outdoor coil for rapid evaporation and increased cooling
efficiencies. The slinger ring on the new, enhanced fan draws
water up and into the fan blades. This water is then atomized
and evaporated into the atmosphere through the condenser.
Increased surface area from the coil allows more water to be
evaporated on the sides of the coils and helps to minimize
condensate run-off.
Freeze Protection
When the unit senses temperatures of 40°F or lower in an
unoccupied room, the heat mode is automatically initiated
to prevent freezing, and the outdoor fan and compressor are
stopped.
Seacoast Construction (Option)
PGAN units can be ordered with components treated with
special coatings that extend the life of the unit dramatically,
helping to protect it from corrosive vapors such as salt water
vapor, chlorine, and acid vapor.
Permanent Cleanable Filters
Room side return air is filtered through this permanent, washable polypropylene mesh filter. It is UL listed class II, 38%
average arrestance efficiency (ASHRAE test), with low resistance to airflow (0.02 w.g. at 300 cfm), and high dust holding
capacity (55 grams).
Figure 11: Cleanable Filter
• Filters all return air to promote good indoor air quality.
• Easy to access and maintain.
Catalog 1304-1 / Page 9 of 28
Unit-Mounted Control
Optional Programmable Electronic
Thermostat
Optional Non-Programmable Electronic
Thermostat
(P/N 910140679)
(P/N 910140678)
7-Day Programmable, Auto Changeover, Fan Speed
Control, Hardwired
Non-Programmable, Auto Changeover, Fan Speed
Control, Hardwired
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■
■
■
■
■
■
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7-Day Programmable
Backlit Display
Single Stage Heat/Cool Systems
Field Calibration
Auto Changeover
Button Lockout Function
Two Speed Fan Control
SimpleSet™ Programming
Remote Temperature Sensor Capability
Title 24 Compliant / No Batteries Required
Relay Outputs (minimum voltage drop in thermostat)
Ideally Suited for:
– Residential (New Construction/Replacement)
– Light Commercial
Specifications
Electrical rating:
■ 24 VAC (18-30 VAC)
■ 1 amp maximum per terminal
■ 3 amp maximum total load
Temperature control range:
45°F to 90°F (7°C to 32°C) Accuracy: ± 1°F (± 0.5°C)
System configurations:
1-stage heat, 1-stage cool, heat pump
Timing:
Anti-short Cycle: 5 minutes
Backlight Operation: 10 seconds
Terminations:
C, RH, RC, W, Y, B, O GL, GH, S1, S2
For detailed installation, operation and application refer to
Operation & Application Guide LIAF186
Catalog 1304-1/ Page 10 of 28
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Backlit Display
Single Stage Heat/Cool Systems
Field Calibration
Auto Changeover
Button Lockout Function
Two Speed Fan Control
Remote Temperature Sensor Capability
Title 24 Compliant / No Batteries Required
Relay Outputs (minimum voltage drop in thermostat)
Ideally Suited for:
– Residential (New Construction/Replacement)
– Light Commercial
Specifications
Electrical rating:
■ 24 VAC (18-30 VAC)
■ 1 amp maximum per terminal
■ 3 amp maximum total load
Temperature control range:
45°F to 90°F (7°C to 32°C) Accuracy: ± 1°F (± 0.5°C)
System configurations:
1-stage heat, 1-stage cool, heat pump
Timing:
Anti-short Cycle: 5 minutes
Backlight Operation: 10 seconds
Terminations:
C, RH, RC, W, Y, B, O GL, GH, S1, S2
For detailed installation, operation and application refer to
Operation & Application Guide LIAF187
Unit-Mounted Control
Cooling or Heating – Manual Operation
The PGAN internal unit controller has built-in features such
as random start, compressor time delay, night setback, load
shed, shutdown. The 24 volt low voltage terminal strip is
set so R-G energizes the fan. R-W1 energizes the fan and
compressor.
User Controls
A 4 button touch key pad, with a High/Low Fan speed and
Auto/On Switch located behind the control door, controls
both temperature and operation mode.
Thermostat Setting
4-button touchpad with display.
Pressing the COOL thermostat control and the down arrows
will provide a cooler room temperature. Pressing the HEAT
thermostat control and the up arrow keys will provide a
warmer room temperature.
Power Cord
230/208V and 115V units are equipped with a LCDI power
cord and can open the electrical circuit to the unit. In the
event the unit does not operate, check the reset button located
on or near the head of the power cord as part of the normal
troubleshooting procedure.
Fan Speed
The fan speed selector switch will deliver high, low or auto
fan speed to circulate room air.
Note: The AUTO selection will not be available if a fan speed
is selected without COOL or Heat selection.
Fan Operation HIGH or LOW with HEAT or COOL mode
selected
• The fan will run in the selected speed.
• Fan Operation AUTO with HEAT or COOL mode selected
- The fan will run in low and high speed. The changes in
fan speed are automatic.
Remote Thermostats
NOTICE
When using existing thermostats by others;
There are two basic types of thermostats manufactured today;
those with relay contacts, and those with solid-state triacs. If you
open the thermostat and don't see relays then you can assume
it to be solid state.
Manufacturers of solid state output thermostats include loading
resistors on their installation kits. These are of low Ohm value, approximately 560 Ohm and 3W. The resistors are meant
to load the thermostat outputs in order for the output voltage
to be either 0 or 24VAC, i.e. no floating voltage. These resistors are connected from W, Y, G to common (C), respectively.
Therefore, if you are using existing solid-state thermostats,
you may have to add loading resistors for your PTAC controls to work properly. Daikin thermostats do not require this
modification.
The PGAN unit can be configured to be controlled by a “manufacturer-approved” remote thermostat. When in the remote
mode, the unit will only respond to the thermostat inputs
(terminal strip positions R, W2, Y/W1, and GH as shown in
Figure 12.
Figure 12: Remote Thermostat Control Terminals
AUXILIARY
DS1 DS2 MS1 MS2 EH IN
REMOTE THERMOSTAT
LS FD1 FD2 TF- TF+
C
R
C
R
GL W2 Y/W1 B
GH
Control Board Connections
GL
W
Y
GH
Thermostat Connections
Notes:In remote mode, the 3-minute compressor time delay,
the random restart feature and the freeze protection
feature are all active. When a remote wall-mounted
thermostat is used, the delay may be a total of 8-minutes.
Diagnostic Light - Internal Control Board
The green diagnostic light located in the lower left hand
corner of the internal control board and indicates operation
warnings. This light usually indicates that either the filter or
coils need cleaning.
Master Switch
The master switch disconnects power to all of the system
components. When this switch is in the off position, the
compressor, fan motor, reversing valve, and electric resistance
heater will all be de-energized.
Catalog 1304-1 / Page 11 of 28
PGAN Dimensions
Figure 13: PGAN Unit Dimensions
Programmable Touchpad Controller
Note: Electrical rough-in should be located behind kickplate (removable front) and below wall sleeve.
Catalog 1304-1/ Page 12 of 28
Hydronic Heating Configurations
Steam
Hot Water
Figure 14: Left-hand supply and return
Figure 18: Left-hand supply and return
Return
Supply
Supply
Return
Figure 19: Right-hand supply and return
Figure 15: Right-hand supply and return
Return
Supply
Supply
Return
Figure 20: Left-hand supply, right-hand return or Righthand supply, left-hand return
Figure 16: Right-hand supply, left-hand return
Supply
Return
or
Supply
Return
Return or
Supply
Figure 17: Left-hand supply, right-hand return
Supply
Return
Note: Piping connections are 5­/8" O.D. copper sweat and
are symmetrical R.H. or L.H. for same end supply
and return.
Catalog 1304-1 / Page 13 of 28
Piping
Piping
Recommended Piping Detail (Field-Installed)
Figure 21: Typical Hot Water Coil Piping
HFLO Sensor - to be
covered with provided
insulating cork tape
Coil
Side View
Air Vent
Balancing
Valve
Automatic
Valve
Gate
Valve
The minimum cabinet depth is 10.75". This is required
because the wall sleeve MUST extend a minimum of 1.625"
into the room and 9.125" is required to cover the chassis. This
totals 10.75".
Standard cabinets range from 10.75" to 18.75" in 1" increments. For other requirements, consult the factory.
If the wall sleeve extends into the room more than 1.625",
add the inside measurement to the 9.125" required to cover
the chassis. This will be the depth of the wall cabinet.
For example:
The wall sleeve extends 3.25" into room + 9.125" = 12.75"
deep cabinet or if the wall sleeve extends 9.25" into room +
9.125" = 18.75" deep cabinet would be the closest fit.
Wall Opening Requirements – 16" × 42"
Plug to
(Control Box)
Return
Gate Valve
Supply
Figure 22: Typical Steam Coil Piping
Coil
HFLO Sensor - to be
covered with provided
insulating cork tape
Side View
Automatic
Valve
Steam Trap
Gate
Valve
Supply
Plug to
(Control Box)
Gate Valve
Return
Catalog 1304-1/ Page 14 of 28
How to Select The Correct Wall
Cabinet
When roughing in the opening for the wall sleeve, sufficient
clearance from the walls and floor is required. The wall sleeve
should be positioned a minimum of 5/8" from the finished
side wall to accommodate the room cabinet. A minimum distance of 3" above the finished floor is required for return air.
The rough opening should measure 16-1/4" high × 42-1/4"
wide. When using a louver frame, the opening must measure
16-5/8" × 42-5/8". Louver frames should be used for panel
wall and thin wall applications to provide positive anchoring
to the wall.
Electrical Service
All wiring should be in accordance with all local and National
Electrical Code requirements.
Units are supplied with an attachment cord and plug which
exit from the bottom of the conditioner on the control side.
The cord for 115V, 208V and 230V has a usable length of
64" (1626mm) from where it exits the conditioner. The use
of extension cords to increase the length of the plug/cord set
is not recommended. Units to operate on 265V are supplied
with a 18" (457mm) cord for connection to a subbase, or must
utilize a hard wired kit.
The attachment plug size should be used to determine the
circuit ampacity and overcurrent protection. Time delay, overcurrent protection devices are recommended to prevent unit
damage and to avoid nuisance tripping.
Receptacles are generally located beneath the conditioner, on
or recessed in the wall so it is concealed by the conditioner
overhang and kickplate (see Figure 13).
Typical Installation Types
Standard Wall Sleeve Installation
Panel/Window Wall Sleeve Installation
Masonry Wall Construction Application
Wall Sleeve Depth, Wall Thickness, & Optional
Continuous Flange Dimensions
Notes:1. Wall sleeve to extend a minimum of 1-5/8" past finished sheetrock.
2. Wall sleeve should be recessed the thickness of the louver from face of brick so that when louver is installed it is flush with face of building.
Figure 24: Wall Sleeve End View with Continuous Flange
and Leveling Leg
B
(See Table 1)
Figure 23: Wall Sleeve End View Using Brickstop
Insulation Wet Panel
B
Window Stool
Wood Stool
4"
1-5/8" Metal Stud 16" O.C.
Wall Sleeve
1'-4"
2'-4"
Brick
Optional
Flange
Outside
Louver
(See Note
2 above)
3-1/2" Thick
Batt Insulation
A
X
D
2'-6-1/2"
13-3/4"
Room
Cabinet
Cabinet
Finished
Floor
1"
Hydronic Heat
Coil Section
Leveling Leg to
Support (Optional)
7-1/4"
Exposed
Projection
Concrete Slab
Brick
Casement Window with
Insulating Clear Glass
Table 1: Dimensions for Figure 23
“A” Room Cabinet
183/4 (476 mm)
173/4 (451 mm)
163/4 (425 mm)
153/4 (400 mm)
143/4 (375 mm)
133/4 (349 mm)
123/4 (324 mm)
113/4 (298 mm)
103/4 (273 mm)
103/4 (273 mm)
103/4 (273 mm)
103/4 (273 mm)
103/4 (273 mm)
“D”
Wall Sleeve
“B”
Wall Thickness
133/4 (349 mm)
133/4 (349 mm)
133/4 (349 mm)
133/4 (349 mm)
133/4 (349 mm)
133/4 (349 mm)
133/4 (349 mm)
133/4 (349 mm)
133/4 (349 mm)
143/4 (375 mm)
153/4 (400 mm)
163/4 (425 mm)
173/4 (451 mm)
43/4–53/4 (121–146 mm)
53/4–63/4 (146–171 mm)
63/4 –73/4 (171–197 mm)
73/4 –83/4 (197–222 mm)
83/4 –93/4 (222–248 mm)
93/4 –103/4 (248–273 mm)
103/4 –113/4 (273–298 mm)
113/4 –123/4 (298–324 mm)
123/4 –133/4 (324–349 mm)
133/4 –143/4 (349–375 mm)
143/4 –153/4 (375–400 mm)
153/4 –163/4 (400–425 mm)
163/4 –173/4 (425–451 mm)
Notes:1. Flange dimension “X” is “as required” and is usually provided to the factory to be secured to wall sleeve during fabrication.
2. Dimension "B" is wall thickness (see Table 1).
3. Given dimensions are standard.
*These are typical but may be adjusted upon request by contacting your local Daikin Representative.
NEMA Receptacles
Standard Size Wall Sleeve
Gr Gr Gr Gr
1 to 2-3/8" dia. 1-3/8" dia. 1-3/8" dia. 2-1/8" dia. 7-20R5-20R6-20R6-30R
20 Amp, 265V 20 Amp, 120V 20 Amp, 202V 30 Amp, 250V
Catalog 1304-1 / Page 15 of 28
Wall-Mounted Thermostats – Quick Selection Guide
Table 2: Wall Mounted Thermostats – Quick Selection Guide
910116771 910116772910116774
Thermostat Item Number
•
•
•
Single Stage
Two Stage
•
Heat Pump
•
•
•
Manual Changeover (Cool/Off/Heat)
•
•
•
Settable Differential Range
•
•
•
Auto Changeover
•
Status LEDs
•
Backlit Display
•
•
•
7-Day or 5-2 day or 5-1-1 Programmable
•
•
Temporary Hold
•
•
Programmable Fan On/Off Delay
•
Non-Programmable
•
Hard Wired
•
•
•
Wireless
4 or 5 Wire Capable
•
•
•
Freeze Protection
•
Fan Switch - On/Auto
•
•
•
Lockout Feature
•
•
Fahrenheit or Celsius Display
•
•
•
Remote Sensor Option
•
Power Loss Memory Protection
•
•
•
Anti-Short Cycle Delay
•
•
•
Max/Min. Set Point Control
•
•
Energy Management Interface
California Title 24 Compliant
•
•
•
Catalog 1304-1/ Page 16 of 28
Remote Wall-Mounted Thermostats
Remote Thermostat Control
The Remote Thermostat can be any thermostat that can interface with an electronic thermostat via RCBWYG terminals.
The Internal Control Board (ICB) must be configured for C1
and L5, and the thermostat wiring harness connected to the
thermostat and remote thermostat pins on the ICB. During
a call the remote thermostat will pass R back to the controller on a respective terminal. However, the control pad LED
display will indicate the mode of operation, and the room
temperature.
Notes: In terms of outputs, there are two types of
thermostats: relay contacts and solid state.
If you open the thermostat and don’t see relays then it
must be solid state.
Manufacturers of solid state output thermostats
include loading resistors on their installation kits. They
are of 560 Ohm and 3W value. These resistors are
meant to load thermostat solid state outputs in order
for the output voltage to be either 0 or 24VAC, i.e. no
floating voltage. These resistors are connected from
W, Y, G to common (C), respectively.
You can wire any type of 24Vac thermostat straight into the
REMOTE T’STAT connector Internal Control Board.
Operating Instructions
Cooling or Heating – Manual Operation
The PGAN unit controller has built-in features such as random start, compressor time delay, night setback, load shed,
shutdown. The 24 volt low voltage terminal strip is set so R-G
energizes the fan. R-W1 energizes the fan and compressor.
User Controls
A 4 button touch key pad, with a High/Low Fan speed and
Auto/On Switch located behind the control door, controls
both temperature and operation mode.
Thermostat Setting
4-button touchpad with display.
Pressing the COOL thermostat control and the up or down
arrows will provide a cooler room temperature. Pressing the
HEAT thermostat control and the up or down arrow keys will
provide a warmer room temperature.
LCDI Power Cord
230/208V and 115V units are equipped with a LCDI power
cord and can open the electrical circuit to the unit. In the
event the unit does not operate, check the reset button located
on or near the head of the power cord as part of the normal
troubleshooting procedure.
Fan Speed
The fan speed selector switch will deliver high, low or auto
fan speed to circulate room air.
Fan Operation HIGH or LOW with HEAT or COOL mode
selected
• The fan shall run in the selected speed.
• Fan Operation AUTO with HEAT or COOL mode selected
- The fan will run in low and high speed. The changes in
fan speed are automatic.
Diagnostic Light - Internal Touchpad
The green diagnostic light located in the lower left hand
corner of the touchpad and indicates operation warnings.
This light usually indicates that either the filter or coils need
cleaning.
Master Switch
The master switch disconnects power to all of the system
components. When this switch is in the off position, the
compressor, fan motor, reversing valve, and electric resistance
heater will all be de-energized.
NOTICE
When using existing thermostats by others;
There are two basic types of thermostats manufactured today;
those with relay contacts, and those with solid-state triacs. If
you open the thermostat and don't see relays then you can assume it to be solid state.
Manufacturers of solid state output thermostats include loading
resistors on their installation kits. These are of low Ohm value,
approximately 560 Ohm and 3W. The resistors are meant to
load the thermostat outputs in order for the output voltage to be
either 0 or 24VAC, i.e. no floating voltage. These resistors are
connected from W, Y, G to common (C), respectively. Therefore,
if you are using existing solid-state thermostats, you may have
to add loading resistors for your PTAC controls to work properly.
McQuay thermostats do not require this modification.
To operate this unit with a “manufacturer-approved” remote
thermostat, configure the control to be operated by the remote
thermostat. Enter configuration mode C1 and then select option Code L5. When in the remote mode, the unit will only
respond to the thermostat inputs (terminal strip positions GL
(or GH), W2, Y/W1, and B* shown in “Control Board User
Inputs” illustration).
Notes: Once configuration C1 with option code L5 has been
selected, the control touchpad will no longer accept
inputs other than configuration and diagnostics modes.
The room occupant must operate the unit at the
remote mounted thermostat.
In remote mode, the 3-minute compressor time delay,
the random restart feature and the freeze protection
feature are all active (see Unit Features section).
When remote wall-mounted thermostat is used, the
delay may be a total of 8-minutes.
Note: The AUTO selection will not be available if a fan speed
is selected without COOL or Heat selection.
Catalog 1304-1 / Page 17 of 28
Remote Wall-Mounted Thermostats
Thermostat Location
Non-Programmable Thermostat Specs
This unit is designed to be operated with remote wall mounted
thermostats. For further information on thermostats approved
for use with this unit, contact your sales representative.
For best performance results, the thermostat should be located
approximately five feet above the floor on a vibration free,
inside wall in an area with good air circulation.
Do not install the thermostat where it may be affected by the
following:
• Dead spots behind doors, in corners or under cabinets
• Hot or cold drafts from air ducts
• Radiant heat from the sun, appliances, or fireplaces
• Concealed pipes and chimneys
• Unheated (uncooled) areas behind the thermostat, such as
an outside walls
Consult the instruction sheet packaged with the thermostat for
further details on mounting and operation.
Figure 25: Internal Control Board - Remote Control
Terminations
AUXILIARY
DS1 DS2 MS1 MS2 EH IN
REMOTE THERMOSTAT
LS FD1 FD2 TF- TF+
C
R
GL W2 Y/W1 B
GH
Control Board Connections
C
R
GL
W
Y
GH
Thermostat Connections
Remote Thermostat Operation
Approved thermostats vary slightly in construction and, with
few exceptions, are operated similarly. The following operational description pertains to approved non-programmable
thermostats that energize G in Heat and Cool mode.
Heat/Off/Cool Switch
• OFF - cooling and heating functions are defeated.
• HEAT - the selected room temperature is maintained by
cycling the hydronic control valve.
• COOL - the selected room temperature is maintained by
cycling the air conditioner.
Table 3: Maximum Wire Length for Remote Control
Connection
Maximum Wire Length
Wire Size (AWG)
Maximum Length Allowed
#24
400 ft.
#22
600 ft.
#20
900 ft.
#18
1500 ft.
#16
2000 ft.
Catalog 1304-1/ Page 18 of 28
Manual Changeover One-Stage Heat and Cool or
One-Stage Heat Pump
Part No. 910116771 (1-Pk, White with Wall Plate)
Simple to operate, single push button for one-stage heating
and cooling, or single stage heat pump. Zone compatible and
4- or 5 wire compatible (terminal “C” is optional for non-heat
pump systems). System “heat-off-cool” switch and fan “onoff” switch.
Specifications
Electrical Rating:
• 24 VAC (18 to 30 VAC)
• 1 amp maximum per terminal
• 3 amp maximum total load
• 30-minute power loss memory retention
Temperature Control Ranges:
• 45°F to 90°F, Accuracy: ± 1°F
System Configurations:
• 1 stage heat, 1 stage cool or single stage electric heat pump
Terminations:
• R, C, W, Y, O, B, G
Remote Wall-Mounted Thermostats
Wall-Mounted, 7, 5-2 & 5-1-1 Programmable
Thermostat Specs
Standard Auto or Manual-Changeover TwoStage Heat/ Two-Stage Cool Specs
Manual Changeover One-Stage Heat and Cool or
One-Stage Heat Pump
Part No. 910116774 (1-Pk, White with Wall Plate)
Part No. 910116772 (1-Pk, White with Wall Plate)
Specifications
Specifications
Electrical Rating:
• 24 VAC (18 to 30 VAC)
• 1 amp maximum per terminal
• 3 amp maximum total load
• 30-minute power loss memory retention
• Easy access terminal block
Temperature Control Ranges:
• 45°F to 90°F, Accuracy: ± 1°F
System Configurations:
• 1 stage heat, 1 stage cool or single stage electric heat pump
Terminations:
• RC, RH, C, W, Y, O, B, G
Electrical Rating:
• 24 VAC (18 to 30 VAC)
• 1 amp maximum per terminal
• 4 amp maximum total load
• 30-minute power loss memory retention
• Easy access terminal block
Temperature Control Ranges:
• 45°F to 90oF, Accuracy: ± 1°F
System Configurations:
• Single or two-stage heat/cool
• Single or two-stage heat pump
Terminations:
• R, C, W1/O/B, Y1, W2, Y2, G
Catalog 1304-1 / Page 19 of 28
Remote Wall-Mounted Thermostats
Optional Remote Sensor
Part No. 107096010 (Used in Conjunction with
Thermostat Part No. 910116774 Only)
The Fast, Easy Solution For Temperature Sensing
Problems.
• For tamper prone areas
• Poor airflow areas
• Troubled applications
• Foam gasket prevents drafts through wall opening
• Mounts to standard 2" × 4" outlet box
• 23/4"W × 41/2"H
Energy Saving Options
Automatic Changeover, Remote Mounted
Thermostat
Thermostats can be obtained to switch from heating to cool­
ing and from cooling to heating automatically. With automatic
changeover, the operation of the heating cycle or the cooling
cycle is determined by the temperature requirement of the
space. Most thermostats with this feature are set to changeover when the room temperature varies 3-1/2°F from the
set-point. The unit is placed in the cooling mode when the
set-point is over 3-1/2°F; 3-1/2°F under the set point places
the unit in the heating mode. This 3-1/2°F variation is usually
adjustable from a 1/2°F dead band to a 5°F dead band. Each
cycle is run until the set point temperature is reached, then
that cycle is de-energized. On some thermostats, the automatic changeover function can be overridden manually by
moving the ther­mostat selector switch to “heat” or to “cool.”
The fan operation, with an automatic changeover ther­mostat,
is controlled by the fan selector switch. When placed in the
“fan” mode, the fan runs continuously. When placed in the
“auto” mode, the fan will only energize when the ther­mostat
calls for heating or cooling.
• Program Setback Control
With the Programmable Touchpad, four (4) different
periods, Morn., Day, Eve., or Nite, can be independently
programmed for start time, Heat setting and Cool setting.
There are additional energy savings with Programmed
Setback Control.
Catalog 1304-1/ Page 20 of 28
• Fresh Air Dampers
Daikin Packaged Terminal conditioners can be furnished
with an automatic fresh air damper in lieu of a manual
fresh air damper. The automatic damper is wired in parallel
to the indoor fan relay. When the Fan Switch is placed in
the ON mode, the fan and damper cycle as the thermostat
cycles.
Wiring Diagrams
PGAN with Hydronic Heat
BK
BK
7
LINE 2
LINE 1
HEATER 1
HEATER 2
BK
RD
COMPRESSOR
BK
BL
RD
BK
R
RD
7
RS 485
COM
TO MOTOR
GND
230/265 VSTM OD
FAN
HIGH
FAN
LOW
REV
VALVE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE
SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS UNIT.
MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE
PRESENT. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY CAUSE
PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY
OR DEATH.
FOR A HEAT PUMP
THERMOSTAT USED
ON A STRAIGHT
COOL UNIT
GL - LOW SPEED
GH - HIGH SPEED
OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMPRESSOR
EVAPORATOR MOTOR
FAN CAPACITOR
FUSE
HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HEATER ELEMENT
RELAY
RUN CAPACITOR
FOR COMPRESSOR AND FAN
RVC REVERSING VALVE
TRANSFORMER
TR
VSM VARIABLE SPEED MOTOR
VSTM VARIABLE SPEED TERMINAL BOARD
CM
COMP
EM
FC
F
HPS
HTR
R
RCCF
7
Outdoor Motor Speed Selection
Model or Mfg. #
Starts With
MTC15
High Speed
VSTM Black
Low Speed
VSTM Red
1650
1350
IO-440
02/2013
Wiring is subject to change.
Catalog 1304-1 / Page 21 of 28
Wiring Diagram
PGAN with Hydronic Heat, Optional Power Vent and Power Door
OR
LINE 1
HEATER 1
HEATER 2
LINE 2
COMPRESSOR
R
VSTM OD
RS485
COM
230/265
GND
TO MOTOR
FAN
HIGH
FAN
LOW
PK
RD
REV
VALVE
RD
PK
6
PK
VT
GY
BR
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE
SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS UNIT.
MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE
PRESENT. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY CAUSE
PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY
OR DEATH.
FOR A HEAT PUMP
THERMOSTAT USED
ON A STRAIGHT
COOL UNIT
GL - LOW SPEED
GH - HIGH SPEED
OR
Outdoor Motor Speed Selection
Model or Mfg. #
Starts With
High Speed
VSTM Black
Low Speed
VSTM Red
1650
1350
MTC15
CM
COMP
EM
FC
F
HPS
HTR
R
RCCF
7
Catalog 1304-1/ Page 22 of 28
OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMPRESSOR
EVAPORATOR MOTOR
FAN CAPACITOR
FUSE
HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HEATER ELEMENT
RELAY
RUN CAPACITOR
FOR COMPRESSOR AND FAN
RVC REVERSING VALVE
TR
TRANSFORMER
VSM VARIABLE SPEED MOTOR
VSTM VARIABLE SPEED TERMINAL BOARD
IO-441
2/2013
Wiring is subject to change.
Wiring Diagram
PGAN with Hydronic Heat, Variable Speed Condenser and Evaporator Fan Motors
FAN
HIGH
BK
RS485
COMPRESSOR
RD
RD
LINE 1
HEATER 1
HEATER 2
BK
LINE 2
WH
VT
BK
WH
BK
1650 1500 1350 1170
RS485
COM
TO MOTOR
230/265 VSTM OD
GND
VSM
CM
FAN
MOTOR
WH
BK
RD
COM
VSTM ID
230/265
GND
VSM
EM
EVAP
MOTOR
TO MOTOR
FAN
LOW
REV
VALVE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE
SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS UNIT.
MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE
PRESENT. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY CAUSE
PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY
OR DEATH.
FOR A HEAT PUMP
THERMOSTAT USED
ON A STRAIGHT
COOL UNIT
GL - LOW SPEED
GH - HIGH SPEED
OR
Indoor Motor Speed Selection
Model or Mfg. #
Starts With
CM
COMP
EM
FC
F
HPS
HTR
R
RCCF
7
OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMPRESSOR
EVAPORATOR MOTOR
FAN CAPACITOR
FUSE
HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HEATER ELEMENT
RELAY
RUN CAPACITOR
FOR COMPRESSOR AND FAN
RVC REVERSING VALVE
TR
TRANSFORMER
VSM VARIABLE SPEED MOTOR
VSTM VARIABLE SPEED TERMINAL BOARD
High Speed
VSTM Black
Low Speed
VSTM Red
MTC07
1400
1250
MTC09
1400
1250
MTC12
1400
1250
Outdoor Motor Speed Selection
Model or Mfg. #
Starts With
High Speed
VSTM Black
Low Speed
VSTM Red
MTC07
1350
1170
MTC09
1350
1170
MTC12
1350
1170
IO-788
2/2013
Wiring is subject to change.
Catalog 1304-1 / Page 23 of 28
Wiring Diagram
PGAN with Hydronic Heat, Variable Speed Condenser, Evaporator Fan Motors, and Optional
Power Vent and Door
OR
RS485
RS485
LINE 1
HEATER 1
HEATER 2
LINE 2
COMPRESSOR
COM
230/265 VSTM OD
COM
TO MOTOR
230/265 VSTM ID
GND
VSM
CM
FAN
MOTOR
WH
GND
VSM
EM
EVAP
MOTOR
TO MOTOR
FAN
HIGH
WH
FAN
LOW
PK
RD
REV
VALVE
RD
PK
6
PK
VT
GY
BR
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE
SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS UNIT.
MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE
PRESENT. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY CAUSE
PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY
OR DEATH.
FOR A HEAT PUMP
THERMOSTAT USED
ON A STRAIGHT
COOL UNIT
GL - LOW SPEED
GH - HIGH SPEED
OR
Indoor Motor Speed Selection
Model or Mfg. #
Starts With
CM
COMP
EM
FC
F
HPS
HTR
R
RCCF
7
Catalog 1304-1/ Page 24 of 28
OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMPRESSOR
EVAPORATOR MOTOR
FAN CAPACITOR
FUSE
HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HEATER ELEMENT
RELAY
RUN CAPACITOR
FOR COMPRESSOR AND FAN
RVC REVERSING VALVE
TRANSFORMER
TR
VSM VARIABLE SPEED MOTOR
VSTM VARIABLE SPEED TERMINAL BOARD
High Speed
VSTM Black
Low Speed
VSTM Red
MTC07
1400
1250
MTC09
1400
1250
MTC12
1400
1250
Outdoor Motor Speed Selection
Model or Mfg. #
Starts With
High Speed
VSTM Black
Low Speed
VSTM Red
MTC07
1350
1170
MTC09
1350
1170
MTC12
1350
1170
IO-789
2/2013
Wiring is subject to change.
Guide Specifications
Furnish and install where shown on plans packaged terminal air conditioners of the sizes and capacities shown on the schedule.
The units shall be located as shown on the drawings and shall include cabinet/wall sleeve, chassis, outdoor louver, hydronic heat
section, valve, and room cabinet. All units shall be ETL listed for safety and AHRI certified for performance. Overall dimensions
for the basic unit shall not exceed 52" wide, 22-1/2" high, and 17-3/4" deep. Overall dimensions of the wall sleeve shall be 16"
high, 42" wide and (13-3/4"/______) deep. All units shall operate on ______ volts, 60 Hz, 1 phase power. (Units furnished with
hydronic heat shall not exceed 43" wide, 24-1/2" high and 20" deep).
The minimum energy efficiency ratio (EER) in BTU per hour per watt for each PGAN unit must be in compliance with ASHRAE
90.1 replacement or new construction criteria, for all sizes using R-410A Refrigerant.
Cooling chassis – Chassis shall be slide-in, plug-in type with a self-contained, hermetically sealed refrigerant circuit. All chassis
sheet metal parts shall be constructed of either powder-coated A-60 or A-60 galvanized steel for maximum corrosion resistance.
The chassis shall consist of the following components:
Vibration isolated compressor; rifled copper tubed evaporator and condenser coils with high efficiency raised lance aluminum
plate fins mechanically expanded to the tubes for maximum heat transfer; and a capillary restrictor type refrigerant metering
device. Hydronic coils shall be factory tested at 450 psig, and 600 psig for refrigerant coils. A positive closing (manual or optional
automatic) fresh air damper may be located within the chassis to provide fresh air during fan operation.
Airflow system shall include separate fan motors for the condenser and evaporator sections. The condenser fan motor shall be a
variable-speed, totally enclosed, permanently lubricated fan motor. Condenser fan shall be propeller-type with a slinger ring and
shall be constructed of aluminum. The indoor fan motor shall be a two-speed, totally enclosed; permanently lubricated fan motor
must be positioned on the indoor side of the bulkhead so as to be completely within the conditioned, filtered airstream. The indoor
blower fan shall be a forward-curved tangential design to provide even airflow across the evaporator coil.
During the cooling cycle:
The compressor, the outdoor fan motor and the indoor fan motor shall be energized. Condensation accumulated on the evaporator
coil shall be drained into the outdoor section where it is to be picked up by the condenser fan/slinger ring and evaporated against
the outdoor coil. In the cool mode, the compressor will cut in if the space temperature is at least 1°F above the thermostat set point
and will cut out when the space temperature is approximately 2°F below set point, subject to timing protections.
During the heating cycle:
Hydronic Heat – Only the indoor fan motor, the (normally open) (normally closed) valve and optional automatic fresh air damper
shall be energized. The outdoor condenser fan motor and compressor shall not be energized.
When the control is in the heat mode and calling for heat, the indoor fan shall not turn on until the HFLO sensor is above 100°F. If
at any time while the unit is in heat mode the HFLO sensor is below 90°F, the indoor fan shall turn off immediately. Control will
check if the HFLO sensor temperature is above 100°F for 2 seconds before resuming indoor fan operation.
Control module – The PGAN Control module is used to control a PGAN unit that includes both an integral air conditioner and a
source of heat. The Digital Control is operated with a unit mounted thermostat or 24 volt, Wall Mounted Thermostat.
Room freeze protection – When the unit senses temperatures of 40°F or lower in an unoccupied room, the heat mode is automatically initiated to prevent freezing. The outdoor fan and compressor are stopped to help prevent coil freeze.
Compressor protection – The life of the compressor is extended through built in protection logic such as:
• High temperature protection if the compressor temperature exceeds 154°F
• Minimum run time
• Minimum off time
• Random restart after a power outage
Inputs and outputs
The PGAN control module offers the following inputs:
1. Indoor Coil Sensor (ICS)
2. Indoor Air Sensor (IAS)
3. Inputs from Remote Thermostat (R, B, G, Y, W)
4. Heat Fan Lock Out Sensor (HFLO)
5. Power Supply, 24VAC
Catalog 1304-1 / Page 25 of 28
Guide Specifications
The PGAN control module offers the following outputs:
1. Compressor Output
2. Outdoor Fan
3. Indoor Fan Fan cycle or Fan Continuous and Blower Hi or Blower Lo shall be incorporated to allow either continuous or automatic fan cycle operation at the selected fan speed. When choosing automatic fan cycle operation, the fan shall be energized only when the Indoor Fan is operating.
4. Damper Control
5. Hydronic Valve
Digital Control – Shall have solid state digital control operated via a unit mounted thermostat or remote wall mounted thermostat. Shall include space temperature control and unit ON or OFF, and the following:
Cooling – Compressor and Outdoor fan, Indoor fan – HI, LOW, CONSTANT or FAN CYCLE, Auto Fresh Air damper (optional).
Heating – Hydronic Valve, Indoor fan – HI, LOW, CONSTANT or FAN CYCLE, Auto Fresh Air damper (optional).
Room Cabinet – Shall be flat top, wrap-around design with a heavy-gauge sheet metal front panel that is phosphatized and coated
with a baked on, corrosion resistant finish. Room cabinets with ordinary enamel finish are not acceptable. Discharge grilles shall
be tamper-proof. The control access door shall be mounted on the right-hand side.
Optional Fresh Air Damper – A positive closing automatic fresh air damper must be located within the chassis to provide fresh
air during fan operation. It will be configurable for selection of AUTO operation or CLOSED.
Filtration (Standard) – Room side return air shall be completely filtered through a permanent, washable polypropylene mesh
filter. Foam type filters are not acceptable. Filter must be a UL listed class II, 38% average arrestance efficiency (ASHRAE test)
air filter with low resistance to airflow (0.02 w.g. at 300 CFM) and high dust holding capacity of 55 grams.
Wall Sleeve – Shall be entirely constructed of galvanized, phosphatized, heavy-gauge steel with an Antique Ivory powder paint
corrosion resistant finish. Unpainted, galvanized steel wall sleeves with or without rust inhibiting spray are not acceptable. Wall
sleeves with ordinary enamel finish are not acceptable. Wall sleeves shall be installed through the wall as shown on plans and
shall have factory provisions for use of appropriate fastening devices to secure sleeve to the wall. In no event shall fasteners be
installed through the basepan in the bottom of the cabinet/wall sleeve.
Outside Air Louvers – Shall be (stamped) (architectural) anodized aluminum as shown on plans. Louver shall be (finished
natural) (painted) as shown on the schedule. Louvers shall be easily installed from the inside of the building after the cabinet/
wall sleeve has been installed. Special field fabricated louvers must be approved by the PTAC manufacturer as to free area and air
circulation requirements.
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Daikin Training and Development
Now that you have made an investment in modern, efficient Daikin equipment, its care should be a high
priority. For training information on all Daikin HVAC products, please visit us at www.daikin.com and
click on Training, or call 540-248-9646 and ask for the Training Department.
Warranty
All Daikin equipment is sold pursuant to its standard terms and conditions of sale, including Limited
Product Warranty. Consult your local Daikin Representative for warranty details. Refer to Form 933430285Y. To find your local Daikin Representative, go to www.daikin.com.
Aftermarket Services
To find your local parts office, visit www.daikin.com or call 800-37PARTS (800-377-2787). To find your
local service office, visit www.daikin.com or call 800-432-1342.
This document contains the most current product information as of this printing. For the most up-to-date
product information, please go to www.daikin.com.
Products manufactured in an ISO certified facility.
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