Installation and Maintenance Manual
Maverick™ I
Commercial Packaged Rooftop Systems
Heating & Cooling
Models MPS006B - MPS012B
6 to 12 Tons
R-410A Refrigerant
© 2013 Daikin Applied
IM 971-1
Group: Applied Air Systems
Part Number: IM 971-1
Date: July 2010
Contents
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Checking Product Received . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Safety Information
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Major Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Mechanical Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Pre-Installation Check-Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Location Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Outside Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Attaching Exhaust and Combustion Air Inlet
Hoods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Cover Panel Installation/Conversion
Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Filter Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Clearances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Rooftop Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Ductwork . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Return Air . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Gas Supply, Condensate Drain. . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Adjusting or Checking Furnace Input . . . . . . . 9
Condensate Drain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Electrical Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Hook-Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Internal Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
208 Volt Applications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Customer Supplied Thermostat . . . . . . . . . . 12
Optional Factory Supplied Thermostat . . . . . 13
Wiring Diagrams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Physical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Unit Capacity and Physical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Electrical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Compressor and Condenser Motor . . . . . . . . . . 28
MCA and MCOP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Auxiliary Heater Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Dimensional Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Unit Dimensions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Duct Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Curb Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Performance Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Airflow Performance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Economizers: 6–12.5 Tons [21.1–44 kW] . . . . .
Economizers: 6–12.5 Tons [21.1–44 kW]
Horizontal Duct Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fresh Air Dampers and Power Exhaust . . . . . .
Power Exhaust Kit For Economizers:
6–12 Tons [21.1–70.3 Kw] . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fresh Air Damper Kit for 6–12.5 Ton
[21.1–44.0 Kw] Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Roofcurbs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Roofcurbs (Full Perimeter): 6–12.5 Tons
[21.1–44.0 kW] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Controls and Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Furnace Section Controls and Ignition System .
Normal Furnace Operating Sequence . . . . .
Operating Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Burners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Manual Reset Over-Temperature Control . .
Pressure Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Limit Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Advise The Customer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Unit Maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Furnace Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lubrication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cooling Section Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . .
System Charging Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cooling Troubleshooting Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Furnace Troubleshooting Guide . . . . . . . . . . . .
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacement Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Introduction
General
Introduction
WARNING
This manual contains the installation and operating
instructions for your packaged rooftop system. There are some
precautions that should be taken to derive maximum
satisfaction from it. Improper installation can result in
unsatisfactory operation or dangerous conditions.
Read this manual and any instructions packaged with separate
equipment prior to installation. Give this manual to the owner
and explain its provisions. The owner should retain this
manual for future reference.
This product line does have an optional DDC controller. For
operation and information on using and programming the
MicroTech II unit controller, refer to the appropriate operation
manual (see Table 1).
For a description of operation and information on using the
keypad to view data and set parameters, refer to the
appropriate program-specific operation manual (see Table 1).
Table 1: Operation, Installation and Maintenance
Resources
Unit
Manual
Rooftop unit control configuration
DDC Unit Controller
Operation manual bulletin
number
OM 1077
BACnet Communication Module
IM 1000
LonWorks Communication Module
IM 999
Checking Product Received
Upon receiving the unit, inspect it for any damage from
shipment. Claims for damage, either shipping or concealed,
should be filed immediately with the shipping company.
IMPORTANT: Check the unit model number, heating size,
electrical characteristics, and accessories to determine if they
are correct.
Safety Information
DANGER
The manufacturer’s warranty does not cover any damage or
defect to the air conditioner caused by the attachment or use
of any components, accessories or devices (other than those
authorized by the manufacturer) into, onto, or in conjunction
with the air conditioner. you should be aware that the use of
unauthorized components, accessories or devices may
adversely affect the operation of the air conditioner and may
also endanger life and property. The manufacturer disclaims
any responsibility for such loss or injury resulting from the use
of such unauthorized components, accessories or devices.
WARNING
Provide adequate combustion and ventilation air to the unit
space as specified in the combustion and ventilation air
section of these instructions.
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Install this unit only in a location and position as specified in
the Mechanical Installation section of these instructions.
Provide adequate combustion and ventilation air to the unit
space as specified in the venting section of these instructions.
WARNING
Combustion products must be discharged outdoors. Connect
this unit to an approved vent system only, as specified in
Mechanical Installation section of these instructions.
WARNING
Use only with type of gas approved for this unit. Refer to the
unit rating plate.
DANGER
Never test for gas leaks with an open flame. It can cause an
explosion or fire resulting in property damage, personal injury
or death. Use a commercially available soap solution made
specifically for the detection of leaks to check all connections,
as specified in the Mechanical Installation section of these
instructions.
WARNING
Always install unit to operate within the unit's intended
temperature-rise range with a duct system which has an
external static pressure within the allowable range, as
specified in the Mechanical Installation section of these
instructions. See also unit rating plate.
DANGER
Units are not design certified to be installed inside the
structure. Doing so can cause inadequate unit performance
as well as property damage and carbon monoxide poisoning
resulting in personal injury or death.
Major Components
The unit includes a hermetically-sealed refrigerating system
consisting of a scroll compressor, condenser coil, evaporator
coil with capillary tube assembly, circulation air blower,
condenser fan, heat exchanger assembly, gas burner and
control assembly, combustion air motor and fan, and all
necessary internal electrical wiring. The unit’s cooling system
is factory-evacuated, charged and performance tested.
Refrigerant amount and type are indicated on rating plate.
The unit is available in 150,000, 225,000 and 252,000 BTUH
heating input. Cooling capacity is 6.5, 7.5, 8.5, 10 and 12
nominal tons. Units are convertible from bottom supply and
return to side supply and return by relocation of supply and
return air cover panels. The units are weatherized for mounting
outside of the building.
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Mechanical Installation
General
Mechanical Installation
WARNING
When a unit is installed so that supply ducts carry air
circulated by the unit to areas outside the space containing
the unit, the return air shall also be handled by duct(s) sealed
to the unit casing and terminating outside the space
containing the unit.
If the unit is to be installed in an area where contaminants are
likely to be a problem, give special attention to the equipment
location and exposure.
1 Avoid having lawn sprinkler heads spray directly on the
unit cabinet.
2 In coastal areas, locate the unit on the side of the building
away from the waterfront.
3 Shielding by a fence or shrubs may give some protection.
4 Frequent washing of the cabinet, fan blade and coil with
Install this unit in accordance with The American National
Standard Z223.1-latest edition manual entitled “National Fuel
Gas Code,” and the requirements or codes of the local utility or
other authority having jurisdiction.
Additional helpful publications available from the “National
Fire Protection Association” are: sNFPA-90A - Installation of
Air Conditioning and Ventilating Systems 1985 or latest
edition. NFPA-90B - Warm Air Heating and Air Conditioning
Systems 1984.
These publications are available from:
National Fire Protection Association, Inc.
Batterymarch Park
Quincy, MA 02269
fresh water will remove most of the salt or other
contaminants that build up on the unit.
5 Regular cleaning and waxing of the cabinet with a good
automobile polish will provide some protection.
6 A good liquid cleaner may be used several times a year
to remove matter that will not wash off with water.
Several different types of protective coatings are offered in
some areas. These coatings may provide some benefit, but the
effectiveness of such coating materials cannot be verified by
the equipment manufacturer.
The best protection is frequent cleaning, maintenance, and
minimal exposure to contaminants.
WARNING
Pre-Installation Check-Points
1 Before attempting any installation, carefully consider the
following points:
a Structural strength of supporting members (rooftop
installation)
b Clearances and provision for servicing power supply
and wiring
• Proper vent installation
• Furnace operating under thermostatic control
c Gas supply and piping
• Return air duct sealed to the furnace
d Air duct connections and sizing
• Air filters in place
e Drain facilities and connections
• Set furnace input rate and temperature rise per rating plate
marking
f
Location for minimum noise and vibration - away
from bedroom windows
Location Considerations
The metal parts of this unit may be subject to rust or
deterioration in adverse environmental conditions. This
oxidation could shorten the equipment’s useful life. Salt spray,
fog or mist in seacoast areas, sulphur or chlorine from lawn
watering systems, and various chemical contaminants from
industries such as paper mills and petroleum refineries are
especially corrosive.
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This unit may be used to heat the building or structure during
construction if the following installation requirements are met.
Installation must comply with all installation instructions
including:
• Means of providing outdoor air required for combustion
• Return air temperature maintained between 55°F (13°C)
and 80°F (27°C)
• Installation of exhaust and combustion air inlet hoods
completed
• Clean furnace, duct work and components upon
substantial completion of the construction process, and
verify furnace operating conditions including ignition,
input rate, temperature rise and venting, according to the
instructions.
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Mechanical Installation
Outside Installation
8 Remove compressor shipping supports (if so equipped)
after installation.
DANGER
These units are designed certified for outdoor installation
only. Installation inside any part of a structure can result in
inadequate unit performance as well as property damage.
Installation inside can also cause recirculation of flue
products into the conditioned space resulting in personal
injury or death.
(Typical outdoor slab installation is shown in Figure 1.)
1 Select a location where external water drainage cannot
collect around unit.
2 Provide a level slab sufficiently high enough above grade
to prevent surface water from entering the unit
3 Locate the unit to provide proper access for inspection
and servicing as shown in Figure 3, page 6.
4 Locate unit where operating sounds will not disturb
owner or neighbors.
Figure 1: Outside Slab Installation
Attaching Exhaust and Combustion Air Inlet
Hoods
IMPORTANT: Do not operate this unit without the exhaust/
combustion air inlet hood properly installed. This hood is
shipped in a carton in the blower compartment inside the unit
and must be attached when the unit is installed. See Figure 34,
page 42.
To attach exhaust/combustion air inlet hood:
1 Remove screws securing blower access panel and
remove access panel. For location of blower access
panel, see Figure 26, page 34.
2 Remove exhaust/combustion air inlet hood from the
carton, located inside the blower compartment.
3 Attach blower access panel.
4 Attach the combustion air inlet/exhaust hood with
screws. Reference Figure 26, page 34 for proper
location. Screws are in carton with the hood.
5 Vent the unit using the flue exhaust hood, as supplied
from the factory, without alteration or addition. The only
exception is with factory approved additions. Consult
your local utility or other authority having jurisdiction
for accepted venting techniques.
Cover Panel Installation/Conversion
Procedure
Downflow To Horizontal
1 Remove the screws and covers from the outside of the
supply and return sections. See Figure 2.
2 Install the covers over the bottom supply and return
openings, painted side up, inserting the leading flange
under the bracket provided. Place the back flange to top
of the front bracket provided. See Figure 2.
3 Secure the return and supply cover to front bracket with
one (1) screw.
5 Locate unit so roof runoff water does not pour directly on
Figure 2: Cover Gasket Detail, Downflow to Horizontal
the unit. Provide gutter or other shielding at roof
level.Do not locate unit in an area where excessive snow
drifting may occur or accumulate.
6 Where snowfall is anticipated, the height of the unit
above the ground level must be considered. Mount unit
high enough to be above anticipated maximum area
snowfall and to allow combustion air to enter the
combustion air inlet.
7 Select an area which will keep the areas of the vent, air
intake, and A/C condenser fins free and clear of
obstructions such as weeds, shrubs, vines, snow,
etc.Inform the user accordingly.
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Mechanical Installation
Filter Replacement
Figure 4: Flat Rooftop Installation, With Attic or Drop
Ceiling Distributing System
This unit is provided with 6 - 18” × 18” × 2” disposable filters.
When replacing filters, ensure they are inserted fully to the
back to prevent bypass.
Clearances
The following minimum clearances must be observed for
proper unit performance and serviceability (also see Figure 3).
Table 2: Recommended Clearances
Recommended
Location
Clearance
48”
A- Front
18”
B - Condenser Coil
18”
C - Duct Side
18”
D - Evaporator End
60”
E - Above
*Without Economizer. 48” With Economizer
Figure 3: Clearances
Ductwork
Rooftop Installation
1 Before locating the unit on the roof, make sure that the
roof structure is adequate to support the weight involved.
(See Electrical & Physical Tables in this manual.) THIS
IS VERY IMPORTANT AND THE INSTALLER'S
RESPONSIBILITY.
2 For rigging and roofcurb details, see Figure 5 through
Figure 7.
3 The location of the unit on the roof should be such as to
The installing contractor should fabricate ductwork in
accordance with local codes. Use industry manuals as a guide
when sizing and designing the duct system. Contact Air
Conditioning Contractors of America, 1513 16th St. N.W.,
Washington, D.C. 20036.
DANGER
Never connect return ductwork to any other heat producing
device such as fireplace insert, stove, etc. Unauthorized use
of such devices may result in fire, carbon monoxide
poisoning, explosion, personal injury, property damage or
death.
provide proper access for inspection and servicing.
IMPORTANT: If unit will not be put into service
immediately, block off supply and return air openings to
prevent excessive condensation.
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Place the unit as close to the conditioned space as possible
allowing clearances as indicated. Run ducts as directly as
possible to supply and return outlets. Use of non-flammable
weatherproof flexible connectors on both supply and return
connections at unit to reduce noise transmission is
recommended.
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Mechanical Installation
On ductwork exposed to outside temperature and humidity, use
a minimum of 2" of insulation and a vapor barrier. Distribution
system in attic, furred space or crawl space should be insulated
with at least 2" of insulation. 1/2" to 1" thick insulation is
usually sufficient for ductwork inside the air conditioned
space.
Figure 5: Rigging Detail
Provide balancing dampers for each branch duct in the supply
system. Properly support ductwork from the structure.
IMPORTANT: In the event that the return air ducts must be
run through an “unconfined” space containing other fuel
burning equipment, it is imperative that the user be informed
against future changes in construction which might change this
to a “confined space.” Also, caution the user against any future
installation of additional equipment (such as power
ventilators), within the existing unconfined and/or confined
space which might create a negative pressure within the
vicinity of other solid, liquid, or gas fueled units.
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744
Illustration
ST-A0744-03
Capacity Tons [kW]
Return Air
7.5-12.5 [26.4-44.0]
DANGER
03
Corner Weights by Percentage
A
B
C
D
33%
27%
17%
23%
[ ] Designates Metric Conversions
Figure 6: Shipping Board Removal
Never allow products of combustion or the flue products to
enter the return air ductwork, or the circulating air supply. All
return ductwork must be adequately sealed and secured to
the furnace with sheet metal screws and joints must be taped.
All other duct joints must be secured with approved
connections and sealed airtight.
Failure to prevent products of combustion from being
circulated into the living space can create potentially
hazardous conditions, including carbon monoxide poisoning
that could result in personal injury or death.
Remove Shipping Boards
Before Installing Unit
Figure 7: Roofcurb
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Mechanical Installation
Gas Supply, Condensate Drain
Gas Connection
IMPORTANT: Connect this unit only to gas supplied by a
commercial utility.
1 Install gas piping in accordance with local codes and
regulations of the local utility company. In the absence
of local codes, the installation must conform to the
specifications of the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI
Z223.1 - latest edition.
Note: The use of flexible gas connectors is not permitted.
2 Connect the gas line to the gas valve supplied with unit.
Routing can be through the gas pipe opening shown in
Figure 26, page 34 or through the base as shown in
Figure 11, page 12.
3 Size the gas line to the furnace adequate enough to
prevent undue pressure drop and never less than 1/2".
4 Install a drip leg or sediment trap in the gas supply line
as close to the unit as possible.
5 Install an outside ground joint union to connect the gas
supply to the control assembly at the burner tray.
6 Gas valves have been factory installed. Install a manual
gas valve where local codes specify a shut-off valve
outside the unit casing (Figure 8).
7 Make sure piping is tight. A pipe compound resistant
to the action of liquefied petroleum gases must be
used at all threaded pipe connections.
Figure 8: Suggested Gas Piping
IMPORTANT: Disconnect the furnace and its individual
shutoff valve from the gas supply piping during any pressure
testing of that system at test pressures in excess of 1/2 pound
per square inch gauge or isolate the system from the gas
supply piping system by closing its individual manual shutoff
valve during any pressure testing of this gas supply system at
pressures equal to or less than 1/2 PSIG.
DANGER
Never test for gas leaks with an open flame. It can cause an
explosion or fire resulting in property damage, personal injury
or death. Use a commercially available soap solution made
specifically for the detection of leaks to check all connections
as specified in the “Mechanical Installation” section of these
instructions.
IMPORTANT: Check the rating plate to make certain the unit
is equipped to burn the type of gas supplied. Care should be
taken after installation of this equipment that the gas control
valve not be subjected to high gas supply line pressure.In
making gas connections, avoid strains as they may cause noise
and damage the controls. A backup wrench is required to be
used on the valve to avoid damage.
Table 3: Gas Pipe Capacity Table (Cu. Ft./Hr.)
Nominal
Iron Pipe
Size
1/2”
3/4”
1”
1-1/4”
1-1/2”
Equivalent Length of Pipe, Feet
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
132
278
520
1,050
1,600
92
190
350
730
1,100
73
152
285
590
890
63
130
245
500
760
56
115
215
440
670
50
105
195
400
610
46
96
180
370
560
43
90
170
350
530
The capacities of gas pipe of different diameters and lengths in
cu.ft. per hr. with pressure drop of 0.3 in. and specific gravity
of 0.60 (natural gas) are shown in Table 1.
After determining the pipe length, select the pipe size which
will provide the minimum cubic feet per hour required for the
gas input rating of the furnace. By formula:
Gas Input of Furnace (BTU/Hr)
Cu. Ft. per Hr. Required =
8 IMPORTANT: Any additions, changes or conversions
required for the furnace to satisfactorily meet the
application should be made by a qualified installer,
service agency or the gas supplier, using factoryspecified or approved parts. In the commonwealth of
Massachusetts, installation must be performed by a
licensed plumber or gas fitter for appropriate fuel.
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Heating Value of Gas (BTU/Ft )
The gas input of the furnace is marked on the furnace rating
plate. The heating value of the gas (BTU/Ft3) may be
determined by consulting the local natural gas utility or the LP
gas supplier.
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LP Conversion
Use a properly calibrated manometer gauge for accurate gas
pressure readings.
DANGER
Only small variations in the gas flow should be made by
means of the pressure regulator adjustment. Furnaces
functioning on LP gas must be set by means of the tank or
branch supply regulators. The furnace manifold pressure
should be set at 10" W.C. at the gas control valve.
This unit is equipped at the factory for use with natural gas
only. Conversion to LP gas requires a special kit supplied by
the distributor or manufacturer. Mailing addresses are listed
on the furnace rating plate, parts list and warranty. Failure to
use the proper conversion kit can cause fire, carbon
monoxide poisoning, explosion, personal injury, property
damage, or death.
To adjust the pressure regulator, remove the regulator cap and
turn the adjustment screw clockwise to increase pressure or
counterclockwise to decrease pressure. Then replace the
regulator cap securely.
Convert the unit to use liquefied petroleum (LP) gas by
replacing with the gas valve supplied in the conversion kit.
Any necessary major changes in the gas flow rate should be
made by changing the size of the burner orifices. To change
orifice spuds, shut off the manual main gas valve and remove
the gas manifold.
The LP gas valve maintains the proper manifold pressure for
LP gas. The correct burner LP orifices are included in the kit.
IMPORTANT: To remove the natural gas valve, remove the
four screws securing the manifold pipe to the burner tray.
Remove the manifold pipe with gas valve attached.
For elevations up to 2,000 feet, rating plate input ratings
apply. For high altitudes (elevations over 2,000 ft.), contact
Daikin Applied Parts. see conversion kit index 92-21519-XX
for derating and orifice spud sizes.
Note: Order the correct LP conversion kit from the furnace
manufacturer. See Conversion Kit Index shipped with
unit for proper LP kit number. Furnace conversion to LP
gas must be performed by a qualified technician.
Check of input is important to prevent over-firing of the
furnace beyond its design-rated input. NEVER SET INPUT
ABOVE THAT SHOWN ON THE RATING PLATE. Use the
following table or formula to determine input rate.
Adjusting or Checking Furnace Input
Gas Type
Line pressure (in wc)
Manifold Pressure
Natural Gas
LP Gas
5 - 10.5
11-13
3.5
10
Heating Value of Gas (BTU/CuFt) x 3600
Cu. Ft./Hr. Required =
Time in Seconds for 1 Cu. Ft. of Gas
Supply and manifold pressure taps are located on the gas valve
body 1/8" N.P.T. and on the manifold.
Table 4: Meter Time In Minutes And Seconds For Normal Input Rating Of Furnaces Using Natural Or Lp Gas
Input
Btu/hr
Meter Size
Cu. Ft.
One
Ten
One
Ten
One
Ten
One
Ten
40,000
60,000
80,000
100,000
Heating Value Of Gas Btu Per Cu. Ft.
900 1000
Min.
Sec. Min.
1
21
13
30
0
54
9
0
0
41
6
45
0
33
5
24
1
15
1
10
0
7
0
6
Sec. Min.
30
0
0
0
45
30
36
0
1
15
10
0
7
0
6
1040
Sec.
34
36
3
24
47
48
38
15
Min.
1
16
1
11
0
8
0
6
1100
Sec.
39
30
6
0
50
15
40
36
2500
Min. Sec.
3
37
2
25
1
18
1
15
45
30
30
0
53
45
30
0
Table 5: LP Gas Pipe Capacity (Cubic feet per hour)
Length of Pipe, Feet
Nominal Iron Pipe
Size, Inches
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
1/2
3/4
1
1-1/4
1-1/2
2
275
567
1,071
2,205
3,307
6,221
189
393
732
1,496
2,299
4,331
152
315
590
1,212
1,858
3,465
129
267
504
1039
1,559
2,992
114
237
448
913
1,417
2,646
103
217
409
834
1,275
2,394
96
196
378
771
1,181
2,205
89
182
346
724
1,086
2,047
83
173
322
677
1,023
1,921
78
162
307
630
976
1,811
Start the furnace and measure the time required to burn one
cubic foot of gas. Prior to checking the furnace input, make
certain that all other gas units are shut off, with the exception
of pilot burners. Time the meter with only the furnace in
operation.
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IMPORTANT NOTE FOR ALTITUDES ABOVE 2,000
FEET (610 METERS): The main burner orifices in your
furnace and in these kits are sized for the nameplate input and
intended for installations at elevations up to 2,000 feet in the
USA or Canada, or for elevations of 2,000 - 4,500 feet (610 9
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1,373 meters) in Canada if the unit has been derated at the
factory. For elevations above 2,000 feet (610 meters) IN THE
USA ONLY (see ANSIZ223.1), the burner orifices must be
sized to reduce the input 4% for each 1,000 feet (305 meters)
above sea level.
Figure 9: Condensate Drain
NOTICE: Derating of the heating input for high altitude in the
field is unlawful in Canada (refer to CAN/CGA 2.17). Units
installed in altitudes greater than 2,000 feet (610 meters) must
be shipped from the factory or from a factory authorized
conversion station with the heating input derated by 10% so as
to operate properly in altitudes from 2,000 - 4,500 feet (610
1,373 meters).
Condensate Drain
The condensate drain connection of the evaporator is threaded
1" nominal iron pipe. IMPORTANT: Install a condensate trap
to ensure proper condensate drainage. See Figure 9.
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Wiring
1 For branch circuit wiring (main power supply to unit
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disconnect), the minimum wire size for the length of run
can be determined from this table using the circuit
ampacity found on the unit rating plate. From the unit
disconnect to unit, the smallest wire size allowable in
Table 6 may be used, as the disconnect must be in sight
of the unit.
Power Supply
DANGER
Power supply to the unit must be disconnected before making
field connections. To avoid electrical shock, personal injury or
death, be sure to rigorously adhere to field wiring procedures
regarding proper lockout and tagout of components.
1 All wiring should be made in accordance with the
National Electrical Code. Consult the local power
company to determine the availability of sufficient
power to operate the unit. Check the voltage at power
supply to make sure it corresponds to the unit's RATED
VOLTAGE REQUIREMENT. Install a branch circuit
disconnect near the rooftop, in accordance with the
N.E.C., C.E.C. or local codes.
2 It is important that proper electrical power is available at
2 Wire size based on 75°C rated wire insulation for 1%
voltage drop.
3 For more than 3 conductors in a raceway or cable, see the
N.E.C. (C.E.C. in Canada) for derating the ampacity of
each conductor.
IMPORTANT: This unit is approved for use with copper
conductors only connected to unit contactor.
Warranty will be voided if aluminum wire is connected to unit
contactor.
Figure 10: Recommended Branch Circuit Disconnect
Location
the unit. Voltage should not vary more than 10% from
that stamped on the unit nameplate. On three phase units,
phases must be balanced within 3%.
3 For branch circuit wiring (main power supply to unit
disconnect), the minimum wire size for the length of run
can be determined fromTable 6 using the circuit
ampacity found on the unit rating plate.
4 For through the base wiring entry reference Figure 18.
All fittings and conduit are field supplied for this
application. Reference the chart with Figure 26, page 34
for proper hole and conduit size.
Table 6: Minimum Wire Sizes
Unit
MCA
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
125
Disconnect
Supply Wire Length in Feet
50 10
10
10
8
8
8
8
6
6
4
4
3
3
2
1
0
8
8
6
6
6
4
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1
150
200
250
300
6
6
4
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1/0
1/0
2/0
2/0
4
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1/0
1/0
2/0
2/0
3/0
3/0
4
4
3
2
2
1
1
1/0
2/0
2/0
3/0
3/0
4/0
4/0
4
3
2
1
1
1/0
1/0
2/0
3/0
3/0
4/0
4/0
250
25
Note:
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Figure 11: Base Entry Locations
WIRE FROM ZONE THERMOSTAT
TO BE ROUTED BEHIND SHIELD
AS SHOWN.
AND CONNECTED TO
INTEGRATED FURNACE
CONTROL LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL STRIP
MAIN
GAS VALVE
EXTERNAL
PIPING
SUPPLIED
BY OTHERS
POWER WIRES
FROM DISCONNECT
TO CONTACTOR
EXTERNAL
GAS VALVE
BOTTOM
GAS ENTRY
POWER WIRES
TO DISCONNECT
CONDUIT
NUT
WIRE FROM
ZONE THERMOSTAT
TO BE ROUTED BEHIND
SHIELD AS SHOWN.
CUT HOLE
SIZED PER CHART
MIN. CIRCUIT AMPACITY
WIRE SIZE FROM
MIN. CIRCUIT AMPACITY
CONTROL VOLTAGE
KNOCK-OUT
WIRE FROM
ZONE THERMOSTAT
STRAIGHT
CONDUIT FITTING
STRAIGHT CONDUIT
FITTING SIZED
PER CHART
CONDUIT FROM
POWER SUPPLY
SIZED PER CHART
CONDUIT FROM
ZONE THERMOSTAT
Table 7: Recommended Wire Sizes
Wire Size, AWG
14
12
10
864
321
0
00
000
Conduit Size
1/2”
1/2”
1/2”
3/4”
1”
1”
1-1/4”
1-1/4”
1-1/2”
1-1/2”
2”
2”
Hole Size
7/8”
7/8”
7/8”
1-31/32”
1-23/64”
1-23/64”
1-23/32”
1-23/32”
1-31/32”
1-31/32”
2-15/32”
2-15/32”
Hook-Up
Customer Supplied Thermostat
To wire unit, refer to the following hook-up diagram. Refer to
Figure 11, page 12 and Figure 26, page 34 for location of
wiring entrances. Wiring to be done in the field between the
unit and devices not attached to the unit, or between separate
devices which are field installed and located, shall conform
with the temperature limitation for Type T wire [63°F rise
(35°C)] when installed in accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions.
The customer supplied room thermostat must be compatible
with the spark ignition control on the unit. Generally, all
thermostats that are not of the “current robbing” type are
compatible with the integrated furnace control. The low
voltage wiring should be sized as shown in Table 8.
A diagram of the internal wiring of this unit is located on the
inside of control access panel and in this manual. If any of the
original wire as supplied with the unit must be replaced, the
wire gauge and insulation must be same as original wiring.
Solid Copper Wire, AWG
Thermostat
Load Amps
Internal Wiring
Table 8: Field Wire Size for 24 Volt Thermostat
Note:
Note:
3.0
2.5
2.0
16
16
18
50
14
12
10
10
14
12
12
10
16
14
12
12
100
150
200
250
Length of Run -Feet (1)
10
10
10
300
(1) The total wire length is the distance from the furnace to the
thermostat and back to the furnace.
DO NOT USE CONTROL WIRING SMALLER THAN NO. 18 AWG.
208 Volt Applications
Install the room thermostat in accordance with the instruction
sheet packed in the box with the thermostat.
Transformer is factory wired for 230 volts on 208/230 volt
models and must be changed for 208 volt applications. See
unit wiring diagram for 208 volt wiring.
See Figure 13, page 14 for an example of a typical customer
supplied wiring diagram.
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Optional Factory Supplied Thermostat
Figure 12: Optional Thermostat
thermostat is adaptable to most residential 24 volt forced air
multi-stage systems with electric or fossil fuel auxiliary and is
the ultimate for comfort, convenience, and performance.
See Figure 14, page 14 for an optional factory supplied
thermostat wiring diagram.
Table 9: Optional Factory Supplied Thermostat
Specifications
Electrical Rating Single
Stage:
mV to 30 V (ac), NEC Class II, 50/60 Hz
or DC
Electrical Rating Staging:
20 to 30 V (ac), NEC Class II
Terminal Load:
1.5 A per terminal, 2.5 A max. combined
Setpoint Range:
45° to 99°F (7° to 37°C)
Anticipation, Heating:
Adjustable
Anticipation, Cooling:
Adjustable
Rated Differential Single
Stage:
Heat 0.6°F, Cool 1.2°F
Rated Differential Staging: Heat 0.6°F, Cool 1.2°F
The optional factory supplied, touch screen, commercial
setback digital thermostat (Figure 12) uses microcomputer
technology to provide precise time and temperature control.
This thermostat offers the flexibility to design heating and
cooling programs that fit building needs (Table 9). This
Operating Ambient:
32° to +105°F (0° to +41°C)
Operating Humidity
90% non-condensing max.
Shipping Temperature
Range:
-4° to 150°F (-20° to 65°C)
Dimensions (H x W x D):
4.6” x 5.9” x 1.2”
Table 10: Thermostat Terminal Functions
Y2
Y
G
RC
RH
C
L
W/E
W2
Blank
S
+
2nd Stage Compressor
Compressor Relay
Fan Relay
Power for Cooling
Power for Heating
Common wire from secondary side of cooling (Optional). Required for
fault indication, continuous backlight operation or remote temperature
sensor operation
Malfunction indicator for systems with malfunction connection
Heat Relay/Emergency Heat Relay (Stage 1)
2nd Stage Heat (3rd Stage Heat in HP2)
Blank
Common (DC) for wired remote temperature sensor
Frequency signal from remote temperature sensor
Power (DC) to remote temperature sensor
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Wiring Diagrams
Figure 13: Typical Customer Supplied Thermostat Wiring Diagram
Figure 14: Optional Factory Supplied 7-170 Thermostat Wiring Diagram
+
S
-
Y2
W2
W/E
6
L
Orange
Yellow
Green
Red
Brown
Black
Black
C
R
W1
W2
G
Y1
Y2
Terminal Block
1) On 3 to 5 ton units, a terminal block is not supplied. Use a wirenut to extend from the leads provided in the unit to the thermostat.
W1, W2, and Y2 are optional depending upon the size and selected options of the unit. Colors shown above are typical for the MPS I.
2) For wiring with DDC control option, see OM 1077 for wiring instructions.
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Figure 15: Wiring Diagram: MPS 006B – 007B, 208-230/460 Volt (Cooling Only – Single Stage)
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Figure 16: Wiring Diagram: MPS 006B – 007B, 208-230/460 Volt (Gas Heat – Single Stage)
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Figure 17: Wiring Diagram: MPS 006B – 007B, 575 Volt (Cooling Only – Single Stage)
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Figure 18: Wiring Diagram: MPS 006B – 007B, 575 V (Gas Heat – Single Stage)
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Figure 19: Wiring Diagram: MPS 008B – 012B, 208-230/460 V (Cooling Only)
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Figure 20: Wiring Diagram: MPS 008B – 012B, 208-230/460 V (Gas Heat)
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Figure 21: Wiring Diagram: MPS 008B – 012B, 575 V (Cooling Only)
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Figure 22: Wiring Diagram: MPS 008B – 012B, 575 V (Gas Heat)
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Figure 23: MPS 006F - 012F 208-230/460 V DDC Controls w/ Gas Heat
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Figure 24: MPS 006F - 012F 575 V DDC Controls w/ Gas Heat
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Figure 25: MPS 006F - 012F 208-230/460/575 V DDC Controls w/ Cooling Only
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Physical Data
Unit Capacity and Physical Data
Physical Data
Table 11: MPS 006B – 007B
Model
Cooling Performance1
Gross cooling BTU [kW]
EER/SEER2
Nominal airflow/ARI airflow (cfm) [L/s]
Net cooling BTU [kw]
Net sensible BTU [kW]
Net latent BTU [kW]
Net system power kW
Compressor(s)
Type/number
Gas Heating Performance3
AFUE %
Steady stage efficiency %
No. stages
Gas connection size
Heating input (BtuH)
Heating output (BtuH)
Temperature rise °F
Sound4
Outdoor rating (dB)
Outdoor Coil
Fin type
Tube type
Tube size OD (in.) [mm]
Face area (sq. ft) [sq. m]
Rows (fpi) [fpcm]
Indoor Coil
Fin type
Tube type
Tube size OD (in.) [mm]
Face area (sq. ft) [sq. m]
Rows (fpi) [fpcm]
Refrigerant control
Drain connection (in.) [mm]
Condenser Fan
Type
No. used/diameter (in.) [mm]
Drive type/No. of speeds
CFM [L/s]
Motor hp
Motor rpm
Indoor Fan
Type
No. used/diameter (in.) [mm]
No. motors
Motor hp
Motor rpm
Filter
Fin type
Furnished
No. size (in.) [mm]
Refrigerant
Charge oz. [g]
Weight
Net weight lbs. [kg]
Shipping weight lbs. [kg]
26
MPS
006B
007B
76,000 [22.27]
11.5/NA
2400/2400 [1133/1133]
73,000 [21.39]
53,900 [15.79]
19,100 [5.6]
6.31
93,000 [27.25]
11.2/NA
3000/2775 [1416/1310]
90,000 [26.37]
63,100 [18.49]
26,900 [7.88]
7.53
Scroll/1
Scroll/2
80
81
2
1/2"
75,000/150,000
60,750/121,500
30 - 60
80
81
2
1/2" - 3/4"
112,500 / 225,000
60,750 / 182,250
40 - 70
88
88
Louvered
Rifled
3/8 [9.5]
13.5 [1.25]
1 / 22 [9]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
27 [2.51]
1/22 [9]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
13.5 [1.25]
2 / 18 [7]
Capillary tube
1/1 [25.4]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
13.5 [1.25]
2/18 [7]
Propeller
2/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
8000 [3775]
2 at 1/3 HP
1075
Propeller
2/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
8000 [3775]
2 at 1/3 HP
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/11x12 [279x305]
1
1-2
1725
FC Centrifugal
1/15x15 [381x381]
1
2
1725
Disposable
Yes
(6) 2x18x18 [51x457x457]
Disposable
Yes
(6) 2x18x18 [51x457x457]
190.9 [5412]
107.5/110.7 [3048/3138]
965 [438]
1002 [455]
1053 [478]
1090 [494]
1/1 [25.4]
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Table 12: MPS 008B – 012B
Model
Cooling Performance1
Gross cooling BTU [kW]
EER/SEER2
Nominal airflow/ARI airflow (cfm) [L/s]
Net cooling BTU [kw]
Net sensible BTU [kW]
Net latent BTU [kW]
Net system power kW
Compressor(s)
Type/number
Gas Heating Performance3
AFUE %
Steady stage efficiency %
No. stages
Gas connection size
Heating input (BtuH)
Heating output (BtuH)
Temperature rise °F
Sound4
Outdoor rating (dB)
Outdoor Coil
Fin type
Tube type
Tube size OD (in.) [mm]
Face area (sq. ft) [sq. m]
Rows (fpi) [fpcm]
Indoor Coil
Fin type
Tube type
Tube size OD (in.) [mm]
Face area (sq. ft) [sq. m]
Rows (fpi) [fpcm]
Refrigerant control
Drain connection (in.) [mm]
Condenser Fan
Type
No. used/diameter (in.) [mm]
Drive type/No. of speeds
CFM [L/s]
Motor hp
Motor rpm
Indoor Fan
Type
No. used/diameter (in.) [mm]
No. motors
Motor hp
Motor rpm
Filter
Fin type
Furnished
No. size (in.) [mm]
Refrigerant
Charge oz. [g]
Weight
Net weight lbs. [kg]
Shipping weight lbs. [kg]
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008B
010B
012B
101,000 [29.59]
11.2/NA
3200/3200 [1510/1510]
97,000 [28.42]
74,000 [21.68]
23,000 [6.74]
8.59
123,000 [36.04]
11.2/NA
4000/3750 [1888/1770]
118,000 [34.57]
88,800 [26.02]
29,200 [8.56]
10.49
156,000 [45.71]
11/NA
5000/4400 [2360/2076]
148,000 [43.36]
107,600 [31.53]
40,400 [11.84]
13.39
Scroll/2
Scroll/2
Scroll/2
80
81
2
1/2" - 3/4"
112,500/225,000
91,125/182,250
40 - 70
80
81
2
1/2" - 3/4"
112,500 / 225,000
60,750 / 182,250
15 - 55
80
81
2
1/2" - 3/4"
150,000 / 252,000
121,500 / 204,000
15 - 55
88
88
88
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
27 [2.51]
2/18 [7]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
27 [2.51]
2/22 [9]
Louvered
MicroChannel
1 [25.4]
27 [2.51]
2 / 20 [8]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
13.5 [1.25]
2/18 [7]
TX valves
1/1 [25.4]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
13.5 [1.25]
3/18 [7]
TX valves
1/1 [25.4]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
13.5 [1.25]
4 / 15 [6]
TX valves
1/1 [25.4]
Propeller
2/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
8000 [3775]
2 at 1/3 HP
1075
Propeller
2/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
8000 [3775]
2 at 1/3 HP
1075
Propeller
2/24 [609.6]
Direct/1
8000 [3775]
2 at 1/2 HP
1075
FC Centrifugal
15x15 [381x381]
1
2-3
1725
FC Centrifugal
15x15 [381x381]
1
2-3
1725
FC Centrifugal
1/15x15 [381x381]
1
3-5
1725
Disposable
Yes
(6) 2x18x18 [51x457x457]
Disposable
Yes
(6) 2x18x18 [51x457x457]
Disposable
Yes
(6) 2x18x18 [51x457x457]
154.4/166.6 [4377/4723]
172.8/180.8 [4899/5126]
159.2/156 [4513/4423]
1095 [497]
1002 [455]
1156 [524]
1193 [541]
1230 [558]
1132 [513]
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Electrical Data
Table 13: Compressor and Condenser Motor Data – 208/230 Volt
Electrical Data (208/230 V)*
Data
Compressor Motor
No.
Phase
RPM
HP, Compressor 1
Amps (RLA), Comp. 1
Amps (LRA), Comp. 1
HP, Compressor 2
Amps (RLA), Comp. 2
Amps (LRA), Comp. 2
Condenser Motor
No.
Phase
HP
Amps (FLA, each)
Amps (LRA, each)
Note:
MPS
006B
MPS
007B
MPS
008B
3-1/4
13.1
83.1
3-1/4
13.1
83.1
3
3450
4
17.9
91
4
17.9
91
1
5
22.9
115
N/A
N/A
N/A
MPS
010B
MPS
012B
5
17.8
110
5
25
110
6
25
149
6
25
149
2
2
1
1/3
1.2/1.2
4.7/4.7
*Unit operating voltage range is 187 - 253
Table 14: Compressor and Condenser Motor Data – 460 Volt
Electrical Data (460 V)*
Data
Compressor Motor
No.
Phase
RPM
HP, Compressor 1
Amps (RLA), Comp. 1
Amps (LRA), Comp. 1
HP, Compressor 2
Amps (RLA), Comp. 2
Amps (LRA), Comp. 2
Condenser Motor
No.
Phase
HP
Amps (FLA, each)
Amps (LRA, each)
Note:
28
MPS
006B
MPS
007B
MPS
008B
3-1/4
6.1
41
3-1/4
6.1
41
3
3450
4
7.9
46
4
7.9
46
1
5
10.7
75
N/A
N/A
N/A
MPS
010B
MPS
012B
5
8.6
52
5
8.6
52
6
11.8
75
6
11.8
75
2
2
1
1/3
1,4
2,4
*Unit operating voltage range is 414 - 506
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Table 15: Compressor and Condenser Motor Data – 575 Volt
Electrical Data (575 V)*
Data
MPS
006B
Compressor Motor
No.
Phase
RPM
HP, Compressor 1
Amps (RLA), Comp. 1
Amps (LRA), Comp. 1
HP, Compressor 2
Amps (RLA), Comp. 2
Amps (LRA), Comp. 2
Condenser Motor
No.
Phase
HP
Amps (FLA, each)
Amps (LRA, each)
Note:
MPS
007B
MPS
008B
3-1/4
4.4
33
3-1/4
4.4
33
3
3450
4
6.2
37
4
6.2
37
MPS
010B
1
5
8.5
54
N/A
N/A
N/A
MPS
012B
2
5
6.4
38.9
5
6.4
38.9
6
8.6
54
6
8.6
54
2
1
1/3
1,0
1,8
*Unit operating voltage range is 518 - 632
MCA and MCOP
Table 16: Unit MCA and MCOP Data
Voltage
MPS Model
006B
007B
008B
010B
012B
Note:
MCA
MCOP
MCA
MCOP
MCA
MCOP
MCA
MCOP
MCA
MCOP
208/230
460
575
Low*
High
Low*
High
Low*
High
37.0
50.0
42.0
60.0
49.0
60.0
49.0
60.0
67.0
80.0
37.0
50.0
47.0
70.0
54.0
60.0
54.0
60.0
71.0
90.0
18.0
25.0
21.0
30.0
23.0
25.0
25.0
30.0
33.0
40.0
18.0
25.0
24.0
35.0
26.0
30.0
28.0
35.0
36.0
45.0
14.0
20.0
16.0
20.0
19.0
20.0
19.0
20.0
26.0
35.0
14.0
20.0
20.0
25.0
24.0
30.
24.0
30.0
28.0
35.0
*Low static option is a direct drive motor for models 003 and 004
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Electrical Data
Auxiliary Heater Data
Table 17: Auxiliary Heater Kits Characteristics and Application: 208/240V - 3 Phase
Unit Model
Number
MPS006B
Low and High
Static Drives
007B
Low
Static Drive
007B
High
Static Drive
008B
Low
Static Drive
008B
High
Static Drive
010B
Low
Static Drive
010B
High
Static Drive
012B
Low
Static Drive
30
Heater Kit
Model No.
RXJJ-
Heater Kw
@ 208/240 V/
3 Phase
Heater Kit Fla
Unit Min. Ckt.
Ampacity
Max. Fuse Or Ckt. Bkr. Size
(Ckt. Bkr. Must Be
HACR Type For USA)
NONE
CC10C
CC15C
CC20C
CC30C
NONE
CC10C
CC15C
CC20C
CC30C
CC40C
NONE
CC10C
CC15C
CC20C
CC30C
CC40C
NONE
CC10C
CC15C
CC20C
CC30C
CC40C
NONE
CC10C
CC15C
CC20C
CC30C
CC40C
NONE
CC10C
CC15C
CC20C
CC30C
CC40C
CC50C
NONE
CC10C
CC15C
CC20C
CC30C
CC40C
CC50C
NONE
CC10C
CC15C
CC20C
CC30C
CC40C
CC50C
—
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
21.6/28.8
—
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
21.6/28.8
28.8/38.4
—
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
21.6/28.8
28.8/38.4
—
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
21.6/28.8
28.8/38.4
—
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
21.6/28.8
28.8/38.4
—
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
21.6/28.8
28.8/38.4
36.1/48.0
—
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
21.6/28.8
28.8/38.4
36.1/48.0
—
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
21.6/28.8
28.8/38.4
36.1/48.0
—
20.0/23.1
30.0/34.6
40.0/46.2
60.0/69.3
—
20.0/23.1
30.0/34.6
40.0/46.2
60.0/69.3
80.1/92.4
—
20.0/23.1
30.0/34.6
40.0/46.2
60.0/69.3
80.1/92.4
—
20.0/23.1
30.0/34.6
40.0/46.2
60.0/69.3
80.1/92.4
—
20.0/23.1
30.0/34.6
40.0/46.2
60.0/69.3
80.1/92.4
—
20.0/23.1
30.0/34.6
40.0/46.2
60.0/69.3
80.1/92.4
100.1/115.5
—
20.0/23.1
30.0/34.6
40.0/46.2
60.0/69.3
80.1/92.4
100.1/115.5
—
20.0/23.1
30.0/34.6
40.0/46.2
60.0/69.3
80.1/92.4
100.1/115.5
37/37
37/37
45/51
57/65
82/94
42/42
42/42
48/54
60/68
85/97
111/126
47/47
47/47
54/60
67/74
92/1 03
117/132
49/49
49/49
49/54
60/68
85/97
111/126
54/54
54/54
54/60
67/74
92/103
117/132
49/49
49/49
49/54
60/68
85/97
111/126
136/155
54/54
54/54
54/60
67/74
92/103
117/132
142/161
67/67
67/67
67/67
69/77
94/106
119/135
144/164
50/50
50/50
50/60
60/70
90/1 00
60/60
60/60
60/60
60/70
90/1 00
125/150
70/70
70/70
70/70
70/80
100/110
125/150
60/60
60/60
60/60
60/70
90/100
125/150
60/60
60/60
60/60
70/80
100/110
125/150
60/60
60/60
60/60
60/70
90/100
125/150
150/175
60/60
60/60
60/60
70/80
100/110
125/1 50
150/175
80/80
80/80
80/80
80/80
100/110
125/1 50
150/175
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Electrical Data
Table 17: Auxiliary Heater Kits Characteristics and Application: 208/240V - 3 Phase
Unit Model
Number
MPS-
Heater Kit
Model No.
RXJJ-
Heater Kw
@ 208/240 V/
3 Phase
Heater Kit Fla
Unit Min. Ckt.
Ampacity
Max. Fuse Or Ckt. Bkr. Size
(Ckt. Bkr. Must Be
HACR Type For USA)
012B
High
Static Drive
NONE
CC10C
CC15C
CC20C
CC30C
CC40C
CC50C
—
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
14.4/19.2
21.6/28.8
28.8/38.4
36.1/48.0
—
20.0/23.1
30.0/34.6
40.0/46.2
60.0/69.3
80.1/92.4
100.1/115.5
71/71
71/71
71/71
74/82
99/111
124/139
149/168
90/90
90/90
90/90
90/90
100/125
125/150
150/175
Table 18: Auxiliary Heater Kits Characteristics and Application: 480V - 3 Phase
Unit Model
Number
MPS-
Heater Kit
Model No.
RXJJ-
Heater Kw
@ 480V
Heater Kit Fla
Unit Min. Ckt.
Ampacity
Max. Fuse Or Ckt. Bkr. Size
(Ckt. Bkr. Must Be
HACR Type For USA)
NONE
CC10D
CC15D
CC20D
CC30D
NONE
CC10D
CC15D
CC20D
CC30D
CC40D
NONE
CC10D
CC15D
CC20D
CC30D
CC40D
NONE
CC10D
CC15D
CC20D
CC30D
CC40D
NONE
CC10C
CC15D
CC20D
CC30D
CC40D
NONE
CC10D
CC15D
CC20D
CC30D
CC40D
CC50D
NONE
CC10D
CC15D
CC20D
CC30D
CC40D
CC50D
—
9.6
14.4
19.2
28.8
—
9.6
14.4
19.2
28.8
38.4
—
9.6
14.4
19.2
28.8
38.4
—
9.6
14.4
19.2
28.8
38.4
—
9.6
14.4
19.2
28.8
38.4
—
9.6
14.4
19.2
28.8
38.4
48.0
—
9.6
14.4
19.2
28.8
38.4
48.0
—
11.5
17.3
23.1
34.6
—
11.5
17.3
23.1
34.6
46.2
—
11.5
17.3
23.1
34.6
46.2
—
11.5
17.3
23.1
34.6
46.2
—
11.5
17.3
23.1
34.6
46.2
—
11.5
17.3
23.1
34.6
46.2
57.7
—
11.5
17.3
23.1
34.6
46.2
57.7
18
18
26
33
47
21
21
27
34
49
63
24
24
34
45
57
68
23
23
27
34
49
63
26
26
31
38
52
67
25
25
27
34
49
63
78
28
28
31
38
52
67
81
25
25
30
35
50
30
30
30
35
50
70
35
35
35
45
60
70
25
25
30
35
50
70
30
30
35
40
60
70
30
30
30
35
50
70
80
35
35
35
40
60
70
90
006B
Low and High
Static Drive
007B
Low
Static Drive
007B
High
Static Drive
008B
Low
Static Drive
008B
High
Static Drive
010B
Low
Static Drive
010B
High
Static Drive
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Electrical Data
Table 18: Auxiliary Heater Kits Characteristics and Application: 480V - 3 Phase
Unit Model
Number
MPS-
012B
Low
Static Drive
012B
High
Static Drive
Heater Kit
Model No.
RXJJ-
Heater Kw
@ 480V
Heater Kit Fla
Unit Min. Ckt.
Ampacity
Max. Fuse Or Ckt. Bkr. Size
(Ckt. Bkr. Must Be
HACR Type For USA)
NONE
CC10D
CC15D
CC20D
CC30D
CC40D
CC50D
NONE
CC10D
CC15D
CC20D
CC30D
CC40D
CC50D
—
9.6
14.4
19.2
28.8
38.4
48.0
—
9.6
14.4
19.2
28.8
38.4
48.0
—
11.5
17.3
23.1
34.6
46.2
57.7
—
11.5
17.3
23.1
34.6
46.2
57.7
33
33
33
38
52
67
81
36
36
36
42
56
71
85
40
40
40
40
60
70
90
45
45
45
45
60
80
90
Table 19: Auxiliary Heater Kits Characteristics and Application: 600V - 3 Phase
Unit Model
Number
MPS006B
Low and High
Static Drive
007B
Low
Static Drive
007B
High
Static Drive
008B
Low
Static Drive
008B
High
Static Drive
010B
Low
Static Drive
32
Heater Kit
Model No.
RXJJ-
Heater Kw
@ 600V
Heater Kit Fla
Unit Min. Ckt.
Ampacity
Max. Fuse Or Ckt. Bkr. Size
(Ckt. Bkr. Must Be
HACR Type For USA)
NONE
CC10Y
CC15Y
CC20Y
CC30Y
NONE
CC10Y
CC15Y
CC20Y
CC30Y
CC40Y
NONE
CC1 0Y
CC15Y
CC20Y
CC30Y
CC40Y
NONE
CC10Y
CC15Y
CC20Y
CC30Y
CC40Y
NONE
CC1 0Y
CC15Y
CC20Y
CC30Y
CC40Y
NONE
CC10Y
CC15Y
CC20Y
CC30Y
CC40Y
CC50Y
—
9.6
14.4
19.2
28.8
—
9.6
14.4
19.2
28.8
38.4
—
9.6
14.4
19.2
28.8
38.4
—
9.6
14.4
19.2
28.8
38.4
—
9.6
14.4
19.2
28.8
38.4
—
9.6
14.4
19.2
28.8
38.4
48.0
—
9.2
13.9
18.5
27.7
—
9.2
13.9
18.5
27.7
37.0
—
9.2
13.9
18.5
27.7
37.0
—
9.2
13.9
18.5
27.7
37.0
—
9.2
13.9
18.5
27.7
37.0
—
9.2
13.9
18.5
27.7
37.0
46.2
14
14
20
26
37
16
17
23
29
40
52
20
22
28
34
45
57
19
19
23
29
40
52
24
24
28
34
45
57
19
19
23
29
40
52
63
20
20
20
30
40
20
20
25
30
40
60
25
25
30
35
45
60
20
20
25
30
40
60
30
25
30
35
45
60
20
20
25
30
40
60
70
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Electrical Data
Table 19: Auxiliary Heater Kits Characteristics and Application: 600V - 3 Phase
Unit Model
Number
MPS-
Heater Kit
Model No.
RXJJ-
Heater Kw
@ 600V
Heater Kit Fla
Unit Min. Ckt.
Ampacity
Max. Fuse Or Ckt. Bkr. Size
(Ckt. Bkr. Must Be
HACR Type For USA)
NONE
CC1 0Y
CC15Y
CC20Y
CC30Y
CC40Y
CC50Y
NONE
CC1 0Y
CC15Y
CC20Y
CC30Y
CC40Y
CC50Y
NONE
CC1 0Y
CC15Y
CC20Y
CC30Y
CC40Y
CC50Y
—
9.6
14.4
19.2
28.8
38.4
48.0
—
9.6
14.4
19.2
28.8
38.4
48.0
—
9.6
14.4
19.2
28.8
38.4
48.0
—
9.2
13.9
18.5
27.7
37.0
46.2
—
9.2
13.9
18.5
27.7
37.0
46.2
—
9.2
13.9
18.5
27.7
37.0
46.2
24
24
28
34
45
57
68
28
28
28
34
45
57
68
28
28
28
34
45
57
68
30
30
30
35
45
60
70
35
35
35
35
45
60
70
35
35
35
35
45
60
70
010B
High
Static Drive
012B
Low
Static Drive
012B
High
Static Drive
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Dimensional Data
Unit Dimensions
Dimensional Data
Figure 26: MPS 006B – 012B Dimensions
34
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Dimensional Data
Duct Dimensions
Figure 27: MPS 006B – 012B Horizontal Duct Dimensions
Curb Dimensions
Figure 28: MPS 006B – 012B Curb Dimensions
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36
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
805
831
858
886
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
751
813
878
947
0.1 [.02]
RPM
W
—
—
—
—
—
802
826
852
877
904
931
—
—
—
—
—
706
764
826
890
958
1029
0.2 [.05]
RPM
W
Model MPS 006
—
—
—
803
826
849
872
897
922
947
973
—
—
—
663
718
775
836
900
967
1037
1110
0.3 [.07]
RPM
W
—
808
828
850
871
894
916
940
964
989
1014
0
1119
1
1072
L
1.5 [1118.6]
AK66
1VP-44
2
3
1019
967
4
915
5
859
835
854
874
894
915
937
959
981
1005
1029
1053
880
899
918
937
957
978
999
1021
1044
1067
1091
1
1215
686
739
794
853
914
979
1047
1118
1191
1268
1349
0.91
0.99
SENSIBLE MBH
POWER kW
0.94
0.99
2000
[944]
0.98
0.97
0.99
2200
[1038]
0.99
1.00
1.00
2400
[1133]
1.00
[ ] Designates Metric Conversions
NOTES: 1. Multiply correction factor times gross performance data.
2. Resulting sensible capacity cannot exceed total capacity.
1800
[849]
0.97
ACTUAL—CFM
[L/s]
TOTAL MBH
AIRFLOW CORRECTION FACTORS
6 TON [21.1 kW]
1.02
1.00
2600
[1227]
1.01
1.05
1.01
2800
[1321]
1.02
965
982
999
1017
1036
1055
1075
1095
1116
1137
1160
2
1163
1VP-50
794
851
911
974
1041
1110
1183
1258
1337
1418
1503
3
1113
M
1.5 [1118.6]
AK66
740
795
853
914
978
1045
1115
1188
1265
1344
1426
4
1064
1005
1021
1037
1055
1072
1091
1110
1129
1149
1170
1191
5
1015
847
906
968
1034
1103
1174
1249
1327
1408
1492
1579
1043
1058
1074
1090
1107
1125
1143
1162
1181
1201
1221
898
960
1025
1093
1164
1238
1315
1395
1478
1565
1654
1079
1093
1108
1124
1140
1157
1174
1192
1211
1230
1250
949
1013
1080
1151
1224
1300
1380
1462
1548
1637
1728
1.1 [.27]
RPM
W
0.031
[0.008]
0.02
[0.005]
0.02
[0.005]
0.07
[0.017]
999
1065
1135
1208
1283
1362
1444
1529
1616
1708
1802
1146
1159
1172
1186
1201
1216
1231
1248
1265
1282
—
1048
1117
1189
1264
1342
1423
1507
1594
1684
1778
—
1.3 [.32]
RPM
W
1177
1189
1201
1214
1228
1242
1257
1273
—
—
—
1096
1167
1242
1319
1399
1482
1569
1658
—
—
—
1.4 [.35]
RPM
W
Standard Indoor Airflow—CFM [L/s]
2000
2200
2400
2600
[944]
[1038]
[1133]
[1227]
Resistance—Inches Water [kPa]
0.036
0.041
0.047
0.051
[0.013]
[0.009]
[0.01]
[0.012]
0.03
0.04
0.05
0.06
[0.007]
[0.012]
[0.015]
[0.01]
0.02
0.03
0.03
0.04
[0.005]
[0.007]
[0.007]
[0.01]
0.07
0.07
0.08
0.08
[0.017]
[0.017]
[0.02]
[0.02]
1113
1127
1141
1156
1171
1187
1204
1221
1239
1257
1276
1.2 [.30]
RPM
W
NOTE: Add component resistance to duct resistance to determine total external static pressure.
DNA = Data not Available.
Economizer
100% R.A. Damper Open
Horizontal Economizer
100% R.A. Damper Open
Horizontal Economizer
100% O.A. Damper Open
Wet Coil
Component
1800
[849]
COMPONENT AIR RESISTANCE, IWC
6 TON [21.1 kW]
924
941
959
978
997
1017
1038
1059
1081
1103
1126
External Static Pressure—Inches of Water [kPa]
0.6 [.15]
0.7 [.17]
0.8 [.20]
0.9 [.22]
1.0 [.25]
RPM
W RPM
W RPM
W RPM
W RPM
W
0
1267
631
681
734
790
850
912
977
1046
1118
1192
1270
0.5 [.12]
RPM
W
NOTES: 1. Factory sheave settings are shown in bold type.
2. Do not set motor sheave below minimum turns open shown.
3. Re-adjustment of sheave required to achieve rated airflow at ARI minimum E.S.P.
4. Drive data shown is for horizontal airflow with dry coil. Add component resistance
to duct resistance to determine total E.S.P.
Drive Package
Motor H.P. [W]
Blower Sheave
Motor Sheave
Turns Open
RPM
—
622
673
727
784
844
907
973
1043
1115
1190
0.4 [.10]
RPM
W
NOTE: L-Drive left of bold line, M-Drive right of bold line.
1800 [849]
1900 [897]
2000 [944]
2100 [991]
2200 [1038]
2300 [1085]
2400 [1133]
2500 [1180]
2600 [1227]
2700 [1274]
2800 [1321]
Air
Flow
CFM [L/s]
1144
1217
1293
1373
1456
1541
1630
—
—
—
—
0.055
[0.014]
0.07
[0.017]
0.04
[0.01]
0.08
[0.02]
2800
[1321]
1206
1217
1228
1241
1254
1267
1282
—
—
—
—
1.5 [.37]
RPM
W
Performance Data
Performance Data
Airflow Performance
Figure 29: Airflow Performance—MPS 006B
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546 741 854 869
560 804 598 940
576 876 612 1011
592 954 628 1096
607 1030 643 1180
622 1112 658 1271
638 1202 672 1361
617
632
646
660
673
689
704
931
1010
1089
1168
1247
1344
1440
582
593
603
614
625
638
650
664
678
692
710
719
728
664
717
769
828
887
956
1024
1107
1189
1274
1306
1366
1426
612
624
635
648
660
673
685
713
722
731
739
748
757
729
791
853
923
993
1069
1144
1187
1247
1307
1368
1428
1488
645
656
667
680
708
725
734
743
751
760
769
777
786
812
878
945
1017
1069
1129
1189
1249
1309
1369
1430
1490
1550
711
720
729
737
746
755
763
772
781
789
798
807
815
890
950
1010
1070
1131
1191
1251
1311
1371
1431
1491
1552
1612
740
749
758
766
775
784
792
801
810
818
827
836
844
952
1012
1072
1132
1192
1253
1313
1373
1433
1493
1553
1613
1674
770
778
787
796
804
813
822
830
839
848
856
865
874
1014
1074
1134
1194
1254
1315
1375
1435
1495
1555
1615
1675
1735
1
869
2
838
M
2.0 [1491.4]
BK90
1VP-44
3
4
806
774
5
742
6
710
1
1157
2
1106
0.91
0.99
SENSIBLE MBH
POWER kW
0.94
0.99
2800
[1321]
0.98
0.97
0.99
3000
[1416]
0.99
1.00
1.00
3200
[1510]
1.00
1.02
1.00
3400
[1605]
1.01
[ ] Designates Metric Conversions
NOTES: 1. Multiply correction factor times gross performance data.
2. Resulting sensible capacity cannot exceed total capacity.
2600
[1227]
0.97
ACTUAL—CFM
[L/s]
TOTAL MBH
AIRFLOW CORRECTION FACTORS
7.5 TON [26.4 kW]
1.05
1.01
3600
[1699]
1.02
1.08
1.02
5
954
1076
1136
1196
1256
1316
1376
1437
1497
1557
1617
1677
1737
1797
6
904
828
837
846
854
863
872
880
889
898
906
913
920
928
1138
1198
1258
1318
1378
1438
1498
1559
1619
1859
1923
1987
2051
857
866
875
883
892
906
913
921
928
935
943
950
957
1200
1260
1320
1380
1440
1688
1752
1816
1880
1944
2008
2072
2136
887
895
914
921
928
936
943
950
957
965
972
979
986
1261
1322
1581
1645
1709
1773
1837
1901
1965
2029
2094
2158
2222
929
936
943
950
958
965
972
979
987
994
1001
1009
1016
1538
1602
1666
1730
1794
1858
1923
1987
2051
2115
2179
2243
2307
958
965
972
980
987
994
1002
1009
1016
1023
1031
1038
1045
0.047
[0.012]
0.05
[0.012]
0.03
[0.007]
0.08
[0.020]
2400
[1133]
0.051
[0.013]
0.06
[0.015]
0.04
[0.009]
0.08
[0.020]
2600
[1227]
1709
1773
1837
1901
1965
2029
2093
2157
2222
2286
2350
2414
2478
1017
1024
1031
1038
1046
1053
1060
1068
1075
1082
1089
1097
1104
1794
1858
1922
1986
2050
2115
2179
2243
2307
2371
2435
2499
2563
1046
1053
1061
1068
1075
1082
1090
1097
1104
1111
1119
1126
1133
1879
1944
2008
2072
2136
2200
2264
2328
2392
2456
2521
2585
2649
1965
2029
2093
2157
2221
2285
2350
2414
2478
2542
2606
2670
2734
0.071
[0.018]
0.10
[0.025]
0.06
[0.014]
0.12
[0.030]
3400
[1604]
1075
1083
1090
1097
1104
1112
1119
1126
1134
1141
1148
1155
1163
NOTE: Add component resistance to duct resistance to determine total external static pressure.
DNA = Data not Available.
Economizer
100% R.A. Damper Open
Horizontal Economizer
100% R.A. Damper Open
Horizontal Economizer
100% O.A. Damper Open
Wet Coil
Component
987
995
1002
1009
1016
1024
1031
1038
1045
1053
1060
1067
1075
2800
3000
3200
[1321]
[1416]
[1510]
Resistance—Inches Water [kPa]
0.055
0.060
0.065
[0.014]
[0.015]
[0.016]
0.08
0.09
0.07
[0.020]
[0.022]
[0.017]
0.04
0.05
0.05
[0.010]
[0.011]
[0.012]
0.08
0.10
0.11
[0.020]
[0.024]
[0.027]
1623
1687
1751
1816
1880
1944
2008
2072
2136
2200
2264
2328
2393
COMPONENT AIR RESISTANCE, IWC
7.5 TON [26.4 kW]
N
3.0 [2237.1]
BK65
1VP-44
3
4
1056
1005
3800
[1793]
1.03
3. Do not operate above blower RPM shown as motor overloading will occur.
4. Do not set motor sheave below one turn open.
NOTES: 1. Factory sheave settings are shown in bold print.
Drive Package
Motor H.P. [W]
Blower Sheave
Motor Sheave
Turns Open
RPM
799
808
816
825
834
842
851
860
868
877
886
894
903
2050
2114
2178
2243
2307
2371
2435
2499
2563
2627
2691
2756
2820
0.076
[0.019]
0.11
[0.027]
0.06
[0.015]
0.13
[0.032]
3600
[1699]
1105
1112
1119
1127
1134
1141
1148
1156
1163
1170
1178
1185
1192
External Static Pressure—Inches of Water [kPa]
0.4 [.10] 0.5 [.12] 0.6 [.15] 0.7 [.17] 0.8 [.20] 0.9 [.22] 1.0 [.25] 1.1 [.27] 1.2 [.30] 1.3 [.32] 1.4 [.35] 1.5 [.37] 1.6 [.40] 1.7 [.42] 1.8 [.45] 1.9 [.47] 2.0 [.50]
RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W
NOTE: L-Drive left of 1st bold line, M-Drive in middle of bold lines, N-Drive right of 2nd bold line.
3000 [1416]
3100 [1463]
3200 [1510]
3300 [1557]
3400 [1605]
3500 [1652]
3600 [1699]
Capacity
Model MPS 007
Air
Flow
0.1 [.02] 0.2 [.05] 0.3 [.07]
CFM [L/s]
RPM W RPM W RPM W
2400 [1133] — — — — 540 580
2500 [1180] — — — — 552 633
2600 [1227] — — — — 564 687
2700 [1274] — — 539 670 577 744
2800 [1321] — — 554 733 590 801
2900 [1369] — — 569 801 604 866
Performance Data
Figure 30: Airflow Performance—MPS 007B
37
38
672
686
699
713
726
1361
1443
1526
1609
1692
700
713
727
740
754
1435
1518
1601
1683
1766
727
741
754
768
781
1510
1592
1675
1758
1841
693
701
710
719
728
755
768
782
795
809
1185
1246
1306
1366
1426
1584
1667
1750
1832
1915
722
731
739
748
757
782
796
809
823
836
1
860
2
824
L
2.0 [1491.4]
BK90
1VP-44
3
4
791
757
6
690
1309
1369
1430
1490
1550
1733
1816
1899
1981
2064
737
748
755
763
772
781
789
798
807
815
837
851
864
878
922
766
775
784
792
801
810
818
827
836
844
865
878
927
935
942
1
1148
1070
1131
1191
1251
1311
1371
1431
1491
1552
1612
1808
1890
1973
2056
2091
0.97
0.96
0.88
0.99
TOTAL MBH
SENSIBLE MBH
POWER kW
0.94
0.99
0.98
3000
[1416]
0.97
1.00
0.99
3200
[1510]
1.00
1.00
1.00
3400
[1605]
1.03
1.01
1.01
3600
[1699]
[ ] Designates Metric Conversions
NOTES: 1. Multiply correction factor times gross performance data.
2. Resulting sensible capacity cannot exceed total capacity.
0.91
0.99
2800
[1321]
2600
[1227]
ACTUAL—CFM
[L/s]
AIRFLOW CORRECTION FACTORS
8.5 TON [29.9 kW]
1.05
1.01
1.02
3800
[1793]
1.07
1.02
1.03
4000
[1888]
796
804
813
822
830
839
848
856
865
874
933
940
948
955
963
2
1098
1132
1192
1253
1313
1373
1433
1493
1553
1613
1674
1882
1965
2015
2085
2204
1.09
1.03
1.04
4200
[1982]
825
834
842
851
860
868
877
886
894
903
953
960
968
975
983
1256
1316
1376
1437
1497
1557
1617
1677
1737
1797
1956
2075
2194
2312
2431
854
863
872
880
889
898
906
913
920
928
973
981
988
996
1003
883
892
906
913
921
928
935
943
950
957
993
1001
1008
1016
1024
5
949
1318
1378
1438
1498
1559
1619
1856
1923
1987
2051
2070
2189
2307
2426
2545
921
928
936
943
950
937
968
972
979
986
1002
1016
1029
1043
1056
6
899
1380
1440
1688
1752
1816
1880
1944
2008
2072
2136
2183
2302
2421
2539
2658
1645
1709
1773
1837
1961
1965
2029
2094
2158
2222
2297
2416
2534
2653
2772
950
958
965
972
979
987
994
1001
1009
1016
1030
1043
1057
1070
1084
1730
1794
1858
1923
987
2051
2115
2179
2243
2307
2410
2529
2648
2767
2885
980
987
994
1002
1009
1018
1023
1031
1038
1045
1054
1062
1069
1077
1084
0.051
[0.013]
0.06
[0.015]
0.04
[0.009]
0.08
[0.020]
2600
[1227]
0.055
[0.014]
0.07
[0.017]
0.04
[0.010]
0.08
[0.020]
2800
[1321]
1009
1016
1024
1031
1038
1045
1053
1060
1067
1071
1075
1082
1090
1097
1105
1901
1965
2029
2093
2157
2222
2286
2350
2414
2478
2637
2756
2875
2994
3112
1038
1046
1053
1060
1068
1075
1082
1089
1097
1104
1111
1119
1127
1135
1144
1966
2050
2115
2179
2243
2307
2371
2435
2499
2563
2751
2870
2988
3107
3226
2072
2136
2200
2264
2328
2392
2456
2521
2585
2649
2864
2983
—
—
—
2157
2221
2285
2350
2414
2478
2542
2606
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
0.087
[0.022]
0.13
[0.032]
0.08
[0.020]
0.16
[0.040]
4000
[1888]
1097
1104
1112
1119
1126
1134
1141
1148
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
0.082
[0.020]
0.12
[0.030]
0.07
[0.017]
0.15
[0.036]
3800
[1793]
1068
1075
1082
1090
1097
1104
1111
1119
1126
1133
1140
1147
—
—
—
Standard Indoor Airflow—CFM [L/s]
3000
3200
3400
3600
[1416] [1510] [1604] [1699]
Resistance—Inches Water [kPa]
0.060
0.065
0.071
0.076
[0.015] [0.016] [0.018] [0.019]
0.08
0.09
0.10
0.11
[0.020] [0.022] [0.025] [0.027]
0.05
0.05
0.06
0.06
[0.011] [0.012] [0.014] [0.015]
0.10
0.11
0.12
0.13
[0.024] [0.027] [0.030] [0.032]
1816
1880
1944
2008
2072
2136
2200
2264
2328
2393
2524
2643
2761
2880
2999
NOTE: Add component resistance to duct resistance to determine total external static pressure.
DNA = Data not Available.
Economizer
100% R.A. Damper Open
Horizontal Economizer
100% R.A. Damper Open
Horizontal Economizer
100% O.A. Damper Open
Wet Coil
Component
COMPONENT AIR RESISTANCE, IWC
8.5 TON [29.9 kW]
M
3.0 [2237.1]
BK65
1VP-44
3
4
1049
999
1194
1254
1315
1375
1435
1495
1555
1615
1675
1735
1896
2003
2080
2199
2318
2243
2307
2371
2435
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
0.093
[0.023]
0.14
[0.035]
0.09
[0.021]
0.18
[0.044]
4200
[1982]
1127
1134
1141
1148
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
External Static Pressure—Inches of Water [kPa]
0.7 [.17] 0.8 [.20] 0.9 [.22] 1.0 [.25] 1.1 [.27] 1.2 [.30] 1.3 [.32] 1.4 [.35] 1.5 [.37] 1.6 [.40] 1.7 [.42] 1.8 [.45] 1.9 [.47] 2.0 [.50]
RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W
NOTES: 1. Factory sheave settings are shown in bold print.
2. Re-adjustment of sheave required to achieve rated airflow at ARI minimum E.S.P.
3. Do not operate above blower RPM shown as motor overloading will occur.
4. Do not set motor sheave below one turn open.
Drive Package
Motor H.P. [W]
Blower Sheave
Motor Sheave
Turns Open
RPM
761
760
769
777
786
810
823
837
850
864
5
723
1247
1307
1368
1428
1488
1659
1741
1824
1907
1990
0.4 [.10] 0.5 [.12] 0.6 [.15]
RPM W RPM W RPM W
— — — — 708 1009
— — — — 717 1069
— — — — 725 1129
— — 705 1127 734 1189
— — 713 1187 743 1249
NOTE: L-Drive left of bold line, M-Drive right of bold line.
3700 [1746]
3800 [1793]
3900 [1841]
4000 [1888]
4100 [1935]
Capacity
Model MPS 008
Air
Flow
0.1 [.02] 0.2 [.05] 0.3 [.07]
CFM [L/s]
RPM W RPM W RPM W
2700 [1274] — — — — — —
2800 [1321] — — — — — —
2900 [1369] — — — — — —
3000 [1416] — — — — — —
3100 [1463] — — — — — —
3200 [1510] — — — — — —
3300 [1557] — — — — — —
3400 [1605] — — — — 681 1244
3500 [1652] — — 673 1270 690 1304
3600 [1699] — — 686 1352 698 1364
Performance Data
Figure 31: Airflow Performance—MPS 008B
Daikin Applied IM 971-1
Daikin Applied IM 971-1
—
—
—
—
—
1361
1443
1526
1609
1692
1774
1857
1940
2023
2105
2188
2271
—
—
—
—
—
672
686
699
713
726
740
753
767
780
794
807
821
673
686
700
713
727
740
754
767
781
794
808
821
835
848
1270
1352
1435
1518
1601
1683
1766
1849
1932
2014
2097
2180
2263
2345
700
714
727
741
754
768
781
795
808
822
835
840
862
876
1344
1427
1510
1592
1675
1758
1841
1923
2006
2089
2172
2254
2337
2420
728
741
755
768
782
795
809
822
836
849
863
876
906
914
1419
1501
1584
1667
1750
1832
1915
1998
2081
2163
2248
2329
2462
2581
755
769
782
796
809
823
836
850
853
877
912
919
927
934
1493
1576
1659
1741
1824
1907
1990
2072
2155
2238
2338
2457
2576
2695
783
796
810
823
837
850
864
877
917
924
932
940
947
955
1
845
2
810
L
2.0 [1491.4]
BK90
1VP-44
3
4
775
739
5
704
810
824
837
861
864
878
922
930
937
945
952
960
967
975
838
851
865
878
927
935
942
950
957
965
973
980
988
995
6
669
1642
1725
1808
1890
1973
2056
2091
2209
2328
2447
2585
2684
2803
2922
865
879
933
940
948
955
963
970
978
985
993
1000
1008
1015
1
1138
1717
1799
1882
1965
2015
2085
2204
2323
2442
2560
2679
2798
2916
3035
1791
1874
1896
2003
2080
2199
2318
2438
2555
2674
2793
2911
3030
3149
0.97
0.93
0.98
0.98
0.95
0.99
3600
[1699]
0.99
0.97
0.99
3800
[1793]
1.00
1.00
1.00
4000
[1888]
1.01
1.02
1.00
4200
[1982]
[ ] Designates Metric Conversions
NOTES: 1. Multiply correction factor times gross performance data.
2. Resulting sensible capacity cannot exceed total capacity.
0.96
0.91
0.98
TOTAL MBH
SENSIBLE MBH
POWER kW
3400
[1605]
ACTUAL—CFM 3200
[L/s] [1510]
AIRFLOW CORRECTION FACTORS
10 TON [35.2 kW]
1.02
1.05
1.01
4400
[2077]
1.03
1.07
1.01
4600
[2171]
1.04
1.09
1.01
4800
[2265]
1832
1951
2070
2189
2307
2426
2545
2663
2782
2901
3020
3138
3257
3376
978
986
993
1001
1008
1016
1024
1031
1039
1046
1054
1061
1069
1076
1946
2065
2183
2302
2421
2539
2658
2777
2896
3014
3133
3252
3371
3489
M
3.0 [2237.1]
BK65
1VP-44
3
4
1041
992
958
966
973
981
988
996
1003
1011
1018
1026
1033
1041
1048
1056
975
989
1002
1016
1029
1043
1056
1070
1083
1097
1110
1124
1137
1151
5
943
2059
2178
2297
2416
2534
2653
2772
2890
3009
3128
3247
3365
3484
3603
1003
1016
1030
1043
1057
1070
1084
1097
1111
1124
1138
1151
1165
1178
6
894
2173
2292
2410
2529
2648
2767
2885
3004
3123
3241
3360
3479
3598
3716
1039
1047
1054
1062
1069
1077
1084
1092
1099
1107
1115
1122
1130
1137
2286
2405
2524
2643
2761
2880
2999
3117
3236
3355
3474
3592
3711
3830
1059
1067
1075
1082
1090
1097
1105
1112
1120
1127
1135
1142
1150
1157
2400
2519
2637
2756
2875
2994
3112
3231
3350
3468
3587
3706
3825
3943
1080
1087
1095
1102
1110
1117
1125
1133
1140
1148
1155
1163
1170
1178
2513
2632
2751
2870
2988
3107
3226
3345
3453
3582
3701
3819
3938
4057
1100
1108
1115
1123
1130
1138
1145
1153
1160
1168
1175
1183
1190
1198
2627
2746
2864
2983
3102
3221
3339
3458
3577
3695
3814
3933
4052
4170
1120
1128
1135
1143
1150
1158
1166
1173
1181
1188
1196
—
—
—
2740
2859
2978
3097
3215
3334
3453
3572
3690
3809
3928
—
—
—
1141
1148
1156
1163
1171
1178
1186
1193
—
—
—
—
—
—
2854
2973
3091
3210
3329
3448
3566
3685
—
—
—
—
—
—
1161
1168
1176
1183
1191
1199
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
0.09
[0.022]
0.05
[0.012]
0.11
[0.027]
Economizer
100% R.A. Damper Open
Horizontal Economizer
100% R.A. Damper Open
Horizontal Economizer
100% O.A. Damper Open
0.10
[0.025]
0.06
[0.014]
0.12
[0.030]
0.071
[0.018]
3400
[1604]
0.11
0.12
[0.027] [0.030]
0.06
0.07
[0.015] [0.017]
0.13
0.15
[0.032] [0.0.36]
0.13
[0.032]
0.08
[0.020]
0.16
[0.040]
0.14
[0.035]
0.09
[0.021]
0.18
[0.044]
0.15
[0.037]
0.09
[0.022]
0.19
[0.047]
Standard Indoor Airflow—CFM [L/s]
3600
3800
4000
4200
4400
[1699] [1793] [1888] [1982] [2076]
Resistance—Inches Water [kPa]
0.076
0.082
0.087
0.093
0.099
[0.019] [0.020] [0.022] [0.023] [0.025]
2968
3086
3205
3324
3442
3561
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
NOTE: Add component resistance to duct resistance to determine total external static pressure.
DNA = Data not Available.
0.065
[0.016]
Wet Coil
Component
3200
[1510]
COMPONENT AIR RESISTANCE, IWC 10 TON [35.2 kW]
1813
1892
1956
2075
2194
2312
2431
2550
2669
2787
2906
3025
3143
3262
2
1089
938
945
953
960
968
975
983
990
998
1006
1013
1021
1028
1036
NOTES: 1. Factory sheave settings are shown in bold print.
2. Re-adjustment of sheave required to achieve rated airflow at ARI minimum E.S.P.
3. Do not operate above blower RPM shown as motor overloading will occur.
4. Do not set motor sheave below one turn open.
Drive Package
Motor H.P. [W]
Blower Sheave
Motor Sheave
Turns Open
RPM
1588
1650
1733
1818
1899
1961
2064
2147
2215
2333
2452
2571
2689
2808
3081
3200
3318
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
0.16
[0.040]
0.10
[0.024]
0.20
[0.50]
0.105
[0.026]
4600
[2171]
1181
1189
1196
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
0.17
[0.042]
0.10
[0.025]
0.21
[0.052]
0.110
[0.027]
4800
[2265]
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
— — — — 657 1170 715 1245 742 1319 770 1394 797 1468 825 1543 852 1617 880 1692 956 1698 976 1703 996 1817 1017 1930 1037 2044 1057 2157 1077 2271 1098 2384 1118 2498 1138 2611 1159 2725 1179 2838
— — 673 1179 701 1253 728 1328 756 1402 783 1477 811 1551 838 1626 866 1700 943 1705 963 1708 948 1822 976 1935 1024 2049 1044 2162 1065 2276 1085 2390 1105 2503 1125 2617 1146 2730 1166 2844 1186 2957
— — 687 1261 714 1336 742 1410 769 1485 797 1559 824 1634 852 1708 879 1763 950 1811 971 1827 962 1941 989 2054 1032 2168 1052 2281 1072 2395 1092 2508 1113 2622 1133 2735 1153 2849 1174 2962 1194 3076
NOTE: L-Drive left of bold line, M-Drive right of bold line.
3200 [1510]
3300 [1557]
3400 [1605]
3500 [1652]
3600 [1699]
3700 [1746]
3800 [1793]
3900 [1841]
4000 [1888]
4100 [1935]
4200 [1982]
4300 [2029]
4400 [2077]
4500 [2124]
4600 [2171]
4700 [2218]
4800 [2265]
Capacity Model MPS 010
Air
External Static Pressure—Inches of Water [kPa]
Flow
CFM [L/s] 0.1 [.02] 0.2 [.05] 0.3 [.07] 0.4 [.10] 0.5 [.12] 0.6 [.15] 0.7 [.17] 0.8 [.20] 0.9 [.22] 1.0 [.25] 1.1 [.27] 1.2 [.30] 1.3 [.32] 1.4 [.35] 1.5 [.37] 1.6 [.40] 1.7 [.42] 1.8 [.45] 1.9 [.47] 2.0 [.50] 2.1 [.52] 2.2 [.55] 2.3 [.57]
RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W
Performance Data
Figure 32: Airflow Performance—MPS 010B
39
40
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1912
2034
2163
2302
2449
2604
2768
2940
3121
3310
3508
3714
3928
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
823
838
854
869
884
900
916
932
948
964
981
998
1014
1031
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1910
2027
2153
2287
2429
2580
2739
2907
3083
3268
3461
3663
3873
4092
—
—
—
—
—
821
835
850
865
880
895
910
926
941
957
973
989
1005
1022
1038
1055
—
—
—
—
—
1805
1909
2021
2142
2272
2410
2556
2711
2875
3046
3227
3416
3613
3819
4033
4255
—
—
—
820
834
848
862
876
891
906
920
935
951
966
982
997
1013
1029
1045
1062
1078
—
—
—
1717
1808
1908
2016
2133
2258
2391
2533
2684
2843
3010
3186
3370
3563
3764
3974
4192
4419
—
820
833
847
860
874
888
902
917
931
946
960
975
990
1006
1021
1037
1053
1068
1072
1087
1
1058
2
1022
L (B-51)
3.0 [2237.1]
BK72H
1VP-44
3
4
978
932
861
874
887
900
913
926
939
953
967
981
995
1009
1024
1038
1053
1068
1072
1085
1099
1113
1128
6
813
1660
1734
1817
1907
2006
2114
2230
2355
2488
2630
2780
2938
3105
3281
3465
3657
3858
4067
3877
4080
4290
888
900
913
925
938
951
964
978
991
1005
1019
1033
1047
1062
1076
1079
1092
1106
1120
1134
1148
1
1278
1743
1821
1908
2002
2106
2217
2337
2466
2603
2749
2903
3065
3236
3416
3604
3800
3629
3820
4018
4223
4435
914
926
938
951
963
976
989
1002
1015
1029
1043
1056
1070
1074
1087
1100
1113
1126
1140
1153
1167
2
1245
1826
1908
1999
2097
2205
2320
2445
2577
2718
2868
3026
3193
3368
3551
3743
3579
3766
3959
4159
4367
4581
0.88
0.98
0.91
0.99
0.94
0.99
0.97
0.99
1.00
1.00
1.03
1.00
1.05
1.01
[ ] Designates Metric Conversions
NOTES: 1. Multiply correction factor times gross performance data.
2. Resulting sensible capacity cannot exceed total capacity.
SENSIBLE MBH 0.85
POWER kW
0.98
1.07
1.02
1.09
1.02
1.11
1.03
ACTUAL—CFM 3800 4000 4200 4400 4600 4800 5000 5200 5400 5600 5800
[L/s] [1793] [1888] [1982] [2077] [2171] [2265] [2360] [2454] [2549] [2643] [2737]
TOTAL MBH
0.95 0.96 0.97 0.98 0.99 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05
AIRFLOW CORRECTION FACTORS
12.5 [44 kW]
NOTES: 1. Factory sheave settings are shown in bold type.
2. Do not set motor sheave below minimum turns open shown.
3. Re-adjustment of sheave required to achieve rated airflow at ARI minimum E.S.P.
4. Drive data shown is for horizontal airflow with dry coil. Add component resistance
to duct resitance to determine toal E.S.P.
Drive Package
Motor H.P. [W]
Blower Sheave
Motor Sheave
Turns Open
RPM
834
847
860
873
887
900
914
928
942
956
970
985
1000
1015
1030
1045
1060
1076
1079
1093
1107
5
861
—
1647
1726
1812
1907
2011
2123
2244
2373
2510
2656
2811
2974
3145
3325
3514
3710
3916
4130
3936
4144
NOTE: L-Drive left of bold line, M-Drive right of bold line.
3800 [1793] —
3900 [1840] —
4000 [1888] —
4100 [1935] —
4200 [1982] —
4300 [2029] —
4400 [2076] —
4500 [2123] —
4600 [2171] 812
4700 [2218] 827
4800 [2265] 842
4900 [2312] 858
5000 [2359] 874
5100 [2407] 890
5200 [2454] 906
5300 [2501] 923
5400 [2548] 939
5500 [2595] 956
5600 [2643] 973
5700 [2690] 990
5800 [2737] 1007
939
951
963
976
988
1001
1013
1026
1039
1052
1066
1070
1082
1095
1107
1120
1133
1146
1160
1173
1187
1992
2082
2181
2287
2403
2527
2659
2800
2949
3106
3273
3153
3316
3486
3664
3848
4039
4237
4442
4654
4873
965
976
988
1000
1012
1025
1037
1050
1063
1076
1079
1091
1103
1115
1128
1140
1153
1166
1179
1193
1206
990
1001
1013
1024
1036
1048
1061
1073
1077
1089
1100
1112
1124
1136
1148
1160
1173
1186
1199
1212
—
5
1138
2075
2169
2272
2382
2502
2630
2766
2911
3064
3226
3119
3278
3444
3616
3796
3982
4176
4376
4583
4797
5018
1014
1025
1037
1048
1060
1072
1077
1087
1098
1109
1121
1132
1144
1156
1168
1180
1193
1205
1218
—
—
6
1097
2158
2256
2363
2477
2601
2733
2873
3022
2941
3088
3243
3403
3571
3746
3928
4117
4312
4515
4724
4941
—
2241
2343
2454
2572
2700
2836
2782
2917
3060
3209
3366
3529
3699
3876
4060
4251
4449
4654
4866
—
—
1038
1049
1060
1072
1077
1087
1098
1108
1119
1130
1141
1153
1164
1176
1188
1200
1212
1225
1237
—
—
2324
2430
2545
2668
2641
2765
2896
3034
3178
3330
3489
3654
3827
4006
4192
4385
4586
4793
5007
—
—
2407
2517
2519
2631
2751
2877
3010
3150
3297
3451
3612
3779
3954
4136
4324
4520
4722
4932
—
—
—
1082
1091
1100
1110
1120
1129
1139
1150
1160
1171
1182
1193
1204
1215
1227
1239
1251
—
—
—
—
2416
2516
2624
2739
2860
2989
3124
3266
3415
3572
3735
3905
4082
4266
4457
4654
4859
—
—
—
—
1104
1112
1122
1131
1140
1150
1160
1170
1180
1191
1202
1212
1223
1235
1246
1258
1269
—
—
—
—
2516
2619
2729
2846
2969
3100
3238
3382
3534
3692
3858
4030
4209
4396
4589
4789
4996
—
—
—
—
1125
1134
1143
1152
1161
1171
1180
1190
1200
1211
1221
1232
1243
1254
1265
1276
—
—
—
—
—
1146
1155
1164
1173
1182
1191
1201
1210
1220
1230
1241
1251
1262
1273
1284
—
—
—
—
—
—
2717
2824
2939
3060
3188
3324
3466
3615
3771
3934
4104
4281
4465
4655
4853
—
—
—
—
—
—
1167
1176
1184
1193
1202
1211
1221
1230
1240
1250
1260
1270
1281
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
2817
2927
3044
3167
3298
3435
3580
3731
3890
4055
4227
4406
4592
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
0.125
[0.031]
0.20
[0.050]
0.10
[0.025]
0.22
[0.055]
0.131
[0.033]
0.21
[0.052]
0.12
[0.030]
0.23
[0.057]
0.136
[0.034]
0.22
[0.055]
0.14
[0.035]
0.24
[0.060]
5400 5600 5800
[2548] [2643] [2737]
2616
2722
2834
2953
3079
3212
3352
3499
3653
3813
3981
4155
4337
4525
4721
4923
—
—
—
—
—
Standard Indoor Airflow—CFM [L/s]
3800 4000 4200 4400 4600 4800 5000 5200
[1793] [1888] [1982] [2076] [2171] [2265] [2359] [2454]
Resistance—Inches Water [kPa]
0.082 0.087 0.093 0.099 0.105 0.110 0.115 0.120
[0.020] [0.022] [0.023] [0.025] [0.026] [0.027] [0.029] [0.030]
0.12
0.13
0.14
0.15
0.16
0.17
0.18
0.19
[0.030] [0.032] [0.035] [0.037] [0.040] [0.042] [0.045] [0.047]
0.07
0.08
0.09
0.09
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.09
[0.017] [0.020] [0.021] [0.022] [0.024] [0.025] [0.024] [0.022]
0.15
0.16
0.18
0.19
0.20
0.21
0.21
0.21
[0.036] [0.040] [0.44] [0.047] [0.050] [0.052] [0.052] [0.052]
1062
1073
1079
1089
1098
1108
1119
1129
1140
1151
1162
1173
1184
1196
1207
1219
1232
1244
—
—
—
NOTE: Add component resistance to duct resistance to determine total external static pressure.
DNA = Data not Available.
Economizer
100% R.A. Damper Open
Horizontal Economizer
100% R.A. Damper Open
Horizontal Economizer
100% O.A. Damper Open
Wet Coil
Component
COMPONENT AIR RESISTANCE,
IWC 12.5 TON [44 kW]
M (B-58)
5.0 [3728.5]
BK85H
1VP-65
3
4
1206
1167
1909
1995
2090
2192
2304
2423
2552
2688
2834
2987
3149
3320
3499
3357
3532
3713
3902
4098
4301
4510
4727
Model MPS 012
Air
External Static Pressure—Inches of Water [kPa]
Flow
CFM [L/s] 0.1 [.02] 0.2 [.05] 0.3 [.07] 0.4 [.10] 0.5 [.12] 0.6 [.15] 0.7 [.17] 0.8 [.20] 0.9 [.22] 1.0 [.25] 1.1 [.27] 1.2 [.30] 1.3 [.32] 1.4 [.35] 1.5 [.37] 1.6 [.40] 1.7 [.42] 1.8 [.45] 1.9 [.47] 2.0 [.50]
RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W RPM W
Performance Data
Figure 33: Airflow Performance—MPS 012B
Daikin Applied IM 971-1
Accessories
Accessories
Table 20: Accessory Weights
Accessory
Daikin Applied Part Number
Shipping Weight
Operating Weight
Economizer, Analog Controls, 6-12 ton, Vertical
MXRD-PDCM3
90 [41]
81 [32]
Economizer, Analog Controls, 6-12 ton, Horizontal
MXRD-RDCM3
90 [41]
81 [32]
Economizer, DDC Controls, 6-12 ton, Vertical
MXRD-PJCM3
90 [41]
81 [32]
Economizer, DDC Controls, 6-12 ton, Horizontal
MXRD-RJCM3
90 [41]
81 [32]
OA damper, 6-12 ton, Manual
MXRF-KDA1
26 [12]
21 [10]
OA damper, Analog Controls, 6-12 ton, Motorized
MXRF-JDB1
43 [19]
38 [17]
OA damper, DDC Controls, 6-12 ton, Motorized
MXRF-AW04
43 [19]
38 [17]
Power Exhaust Kit, 6 - 12 Ton 208/230 V
RXRX-BFF02C
44 [20]
42 [19]
Power Exhaust Kit, 6 - 12 Ton 460V
RXRX-BFF02D
44 [20]
42 [19]
Power Exhaust Kit, 6 - 12 Ton 575 V
RXRX-BFF02Y
44 [20]
42 [19]
14" Roof Curb, 6-12 Ton
RXKG-CAD14
90 [41]
85 [39]
Receptacle Outlet
RXRX-AN01
N/A
N/A
Thermostat Guard
113130101
N/A
N/A
7-Day Programmable Stat
113129901
N/A
N/A
Ionization Smoke Detector
CO2 Sensor
113126601
N/A
N/A
RXRX-AR02
N/A
N/A
Dual Enthalpy Kit
RXRX-AV02
N/A
N/A
Daikin Applied IM 971-1
41
Accessories
Economizers: 6–12.5 Tons [21.1–44 kW]
• Features economizer controller
• Standard barometric relief damper
• Available factory installed or field accessory
• Single enthalpy with dual enthalpy upgrade kit available
• Gear driven direct drive actuator
• CO2 input sensor available
• Fully modulating (0-100%)
• Field assembled hood ships with economizer
• Low leakage dampers
• Economizer ships complete for downflow duct application
• Slip-in design for easy installation
• Field installed power exhaust available
• Plug-in polarized electrical connections
• Optional remote minimum position (Honeywell#
S963B112B) available
• Pre-configured—no field adjustments necessary
Figure 34: Economizer: MPS 006B – 012B Ton
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Economizers: 6–12.5 Tons [21.1–44 kW]
Horizontal Duct Installation
• Features economizer controller
• Single enthalpy with dual enthalpy upgrade kit available
• Available as a field installed accessory only
• CO2 input sensor available
• Gear driven direct drive actuator
• Field assembled hood ships
• Fully modulating (0-100%)
• With economizer
• Low leakage dampers
• Economizer ships complete for
• Slip-in design for easy installation
• Horizontal duct application
• Plug-in polarized electrical connections
• Field installed power exhaust available
• Pre-configured—no field adjustments necessary
• Optional remote minimum position (Honeywell#
S963B112B) available
• Standard barometric relief damper
Figure 35: Economizer: MPS 006B – 012B
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Accessories
Fresh Air Dampers and Power Exhaust
Table 21: Air Damper and Exhaust Accessories
Daikin Applied Model No.
MXRF-JDB1
MXRF-KDA1
Description
Motorized fresh air damper for MPS-006B through -012B (back side)
Manual fresh air damper for MPS-006B through -012B (back side)
RXRX-AT01
Motorized Kit for MXRF-HEA1
RXRX-BFF02C
RXRX-BFF02D
Power exhaust, 208/230 volt for MPS-006B through -012B
Power exhaust, 460 volt for MPS-006B through -012B
RXRX-BFF02Y
Power exhaust, 575 volt for MPS-006B through -012B
Power Exhaust Kit For Economizers:
6–12 Tons [21.1–70.3 Kw]
RXRX-BFF02 (C,D,Y Voltages) for MPS-006B-012B
• For economizer controller
• Downflow or horizontal applications
• Requires separate power supply with disconnect
• Adjustable switch on economizer, factory preset to energize
power exhaust at 95% outside air position
• Polarized plug connects power exhaust relay to
economizer
Figure 36: Vertical Airflow Power Exhaust Economizer: MPS 006B – 012B
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Figure 37: Horizontal Airflow Power Exhaust Economizer: MPS 006B – 012B
Table 22: Power Exhaust
Model No.
No.
of Fans
Volts
RXRX-BFF02C
2
208-230
1
0.33
2200 [1038]
1518
2500 [1179]
1670
1.48
3.6
RXRX-BFF02D
2
460
1
0.33
2200 [1038]
1518
2500 [1179]
1670
0.75
1.8
RXRX-BFF02Y
2
575
1
0.33
2200 [1038]
1518
2500 [1179]
1670
0.81
1.5
Note:
Phase
HP
(ea.)
Low Speed
CFM [L/s]
RPM
High Speed
CFM [L/s]
RPM
FLA
(ea.)
LRA
(ea.)
1 CFM is at 0" W.C. external static pressure.
2
Unit includes 575 to 460 Volt step-down transformer
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Fresh Air Damper Kit for 6–12.5 Ton
[21.1–44.0 Kw] Units
Figure 38: Downflow and Horizontal Application: MPS 006B – 012B
Downflow
Horizontal
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Roofcurbs
Table 23: Roofcurb Accessories
Daikin Applied Model No.
RXKG-CAE14
Description
MPS-006B through -012B
Roofcurbs (Full Perimeter): 6–12.5 Tons
[21.1–44.0 kW]
• One available height (14" [356 mm] for all models
• 1" [25 mm] x 4" [102 mm] Nailer provided
• Quick assembly corners for easy installation
• Insulating panels provided
• Opening provided in bottom pan to match the “Thru the
Curb” electrical connection opening provided on the unit
base pan
• Sealing gasket (28" [711 mm]) provided with Roofcurb.
• 18 gauge galvanized steel
Figure 39: Typical Roofcurb Installation: MPS 006B – 012B
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Controls and Operation
Furnace Section Controls and
Ignition System
Controls and Operation
Normal Furnace Operating Sequence
This unit is equipped with a two stage integrated direct spark
ignition control.
Normal Heat Mode
Call For First Stage (Low Fire) Only:
1 Zone thermostat contacts close, a call for first stage (low
fire) heat is initiated.
2 Control runs self check.
3 Control checks the high-limit switch for normally closed
contacts, each pressure switch for normally open
contacts, and all flame rollout switches for continuity.
4 Control energizes each low-fire inducer.
5 Control checks each low-fire pressure switch for closure.
6 If each low-fire pressure switch is closed, the control
starts a 30 second prepurge. If either low-fire pressure
switch is still open after 180 seconds, the high-fire
inducers will be energized until closure.
7 After prepurge time-out, control initiates spark for two
seconds minimum (seven second maximum) ignition
trial, and initiates a 120 second - second stage (high fire)
warm up timing.
8 Control detects flame, de-energizes spark and initiates 45
second delay on blower timing.
9 After a fixed 45 seconds indoor blower delay on, the
control energizes the indoor blower.
10 After a fixed 120 seconds second stage warm-up period,
control checks thermostat input. If only W1 is called for,
W2 is de-energized and the control starts a 30 second off
delay on the W2 inducer.
11 After fixed 30 seconds the W2 inducer is de-energized.
12 Control enters normal operating loop where all inputs are
continuously checked.
13 Zone thermostat is satisfied.
14 Control de-energizes gas valve.
15 Control senses loss of flame.
16 Control initiates five second inducer postpurge and 90
second indoor blower delay off.
17 Control de-energizes inducer blower.
18 Control de-energizes indoor blower.
19 Control in the stand by mode with solid red LED.
Call For Second Stage, After First Stage Established;
Starting from A.11:
1 If a call for second stage (high fire) is initiated after a call
the W2 inducer and energizes the second stage of the gas
valve.
2 Control enters normal operating loop where all inputs are
continuously checked.
Second Stage Satisfied; First Stage Still Called For; Starting
From B.3:
1 Once the call for second stage is satisfied, the control
starts a 30 second off delay on W2 inducer and reduces
the gas valve to first stage.
2 Control enters normal operating loop where all inputs are
continuously checked.
First Stage Satisfied:
1 Zone thermostat is satisfied.
2 Control de-energizes gas valve.
3 Control senses loss of flame.
4 Control initiates five second inducer postpurge and 90
second indoor blower delay off.
5 Control de-energizes inducer blower.
6 Control de-energizes indoor blower.
7 Control in the stand by mode with solid red LED.
First Stage and Second Stage Called Simultaneously:
1 Zone thermostat contacts close, a call for first stage (low
fire) and second stage (high fire) heat is initiated.
2 Control runs self check.
3 Control checks the high-limit switch for normally closed
contacts, each pressure switch for normally open
contacts, and all flame rollout switches for continuity.
4 Control energizes each low-fire inducer.
5 Control checks each pressure switch for closure.
6 If each low-fire pressure switch is closed, the control
starts a 30 second prepurge. If either switch is still open
after 180 seconds, the high-fire inducers will be
energized until closure.
7 After prepurge time-out, control initiates spark for two
seconds minimum (seven seconds maximum) ignition
trial, and initiates a 120 second stage warm up timing.
8 Control detects flame, de-energizes spark and starts a 45
second indoor blower delay on timing.
9 After a fixed 45 seconds indoor blower delay on, the
control energizes the indoor blower.
10 After a fixed 120 seconds second stage warm-up period,
control checks the thermostat input. If W1 and W2 is
present control enters normal operating loop where all
inputs are continuously checked.
First Stage and Second Stage Removed Simultaneously:
1 Upon a loss of W1 and W2 the gas valve is de-energized.
for first stage heat is established, the control energizes
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2 Upon a loss of flame, each inducer will complete a five
second postpurge and the indoor blower will complete a
90 second delay off.
3 Control in the stand by mode with solid red LED.
The integrated control is a four-ignition system.
After a total of four cycles without sensing main burner flame,
the system goes into a 100% lockout mode. After one hour, the
ignition control repeats the prepurge and ignition cycles for 4
tries and then go into 100% lockout mode again. It continues
this sequence of cycles and lockout each hour until ignition is
successful or power is interrupted. During the lockout mode,
neither the ignitor or gas valve will be energized until the
system is reset by turning the thermostat to the “OFF” position
or interrupting the electrical power to the unit for 3 seconds or
longer. The induced draft blower and main burner will shut off
when the thermostat is satisfied.
The circulating air blower will start and run on the heating
speed if the thermostat fan switch is in the “ON” position. The
integrated furnace control is equipped with diagnostic LED.
The LED is lit continuously when there is power to the control,
with or without a call for heat. If the LED is not lit, there is
either no power to the control or there is an internal component
failure within the control, and the control should be replaced.
If the control detects the following failures, the LED will flash
on for approximately 1/4 second, then off for 3/4 second for
designated failure detections.
To Start Furnace
1 Set the thermostat to its lowest setting.
2 Turn off all electric power to the unit.
3 This unit does not have a pilot. It is equipped with an
ignition device which automatically lights the burner. Do
not try to light the burner by hand.
4 Remove control door.
5 Move control knob to the “OFF” position. Turn the knob
by hand only, do not use any kind of tool.
6 Wait five minutes to clear out any gas. Then smell for
gas, including near the floor. If you smell gas, STOP!
Follow B in the safety information on the Operating
Instructions located on the back of the controls/access
panel. If you don't smell gas, go to the next step.
7 Move the gas control knob from “OFF” position to “ON”
position. Operate this unit with the gas control knob in
the “ON” position only. Do not use the gas control knob
as a means for throttling the burner input rate.
8 Replace the control door.
9 Turn on all electric power to the unit.
10 Set the thermostat to the desired setting.
11 If the unit will not operate, follow the instructions below
on how to shut down the furnace.
DANGER
1 Flash: Failed to detect flame within the four tries for
ignition.
2 Flash: Pressure switch or induced draft blower problem
detected.
3 Flash: High limit or auxiliary limit open.
The spark ignitor and ignition leading from the ignition control
are high voltage. Keep hands or tools away to prevent
electrical shock. Shut off electrical power before servicing any
of the controls. Failure to adhere to this warning can result in
personal injury or death.
4 Flash: Flame sensed and gas valve not energized or
flame sensed with no “W” signal.
5 Flash: Over-temperature switch open.
Operating Instructions
This unit is equipped with integrated furnace control. This
device lights the main burners each time the room thermostat
(closes) calls for heat. See operating instructions on the back
of the furnace/controls access panel.
DANGER
Never test for gas leaks with an open flame. It can cause an
explosion or fire resulting in property damage, personal injury
or death. Use a commercially available soap solution made
specifically for the detection of leaks to check all connections
as specified in the Mechanical Installation section of these
instructions.
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The initial start-up on a new installation may require the
control system to be energized for some time until air has bled
through the system and fuel gas is available at the burners.
To Shut Down Furnace
1 Set the thermostat to the lowest setting.
2 Turn off all electric power to the unit if service is to be
performed.
3 Remove control door.
4 Move control knob to the “OFF” position.
5 Replace control door.
DANGER
Should overheating occur or the gas supply fail to shut off,
shut off the manual gas valve to the unit before shutting off
the electrical supply. Failure to do so can result in an
explosion or fire causing property damage, severe personal
injury or death!
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Controls and Operation
Burners
Pressure Switch
Burners for these units have been designed so that field
adjustment is not required. Burners are tray-mounted and
accessible for easy cleaning when required.
This furnace has two pressure switches for sensing a blocked
exhaust or a failed induced draft blower. They are normally
open and close when the induced draft blower starts, indicating
air flow through the combustion chamber.
Manual Reset Over-Temperature Control
Two manual reset over-temperature controls are located on the
burner shield. These devices sense blockage in the heat
exchanger or insufficient combustion air. This shuts off the
main burners if excessive temperatures occur in the burner
compartment.
Operation of this control indicates an abnormal condition.
Therefore, the unit should be examined by a qualified installer,
service agency, or the gas supplier before being placed back
into operation.
DANGER
DO NOT JUMPER THIS DEVICE! DO NOT reset the overtemperature control without taking corrective action to assure
that an adequate supply of combustion air is maintained
under all conditions of operation. Failure to do so can result
in carbon monoxide poisoning or death. Replace this control
only with the identical replacement part.
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Limit Control
The supply air high temperature limit cut-off is set at the
factory and cannot be adjusted. It is calibrated to prevent the
air temperature leaving the furnace from exceeding the
maximum outlet air temperature.
DANGER
Do not jumper this device! Doing so can cause a fire or
explosion resulting in property damage, personal injury or
death.
IMPORTANT: Replace this control only with the identical
replacement part.
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Maintenance
General
Maintenance
ignitor cable. Mark all wires disconnected for proper
reconnection.
Advise The Customer
1 Change the air filters regularly. The heating system
operates better, more efficiently and more economically.
2 Except for the mounting platform, keep all combustible
articles three feet from the unit and exhaust system.
3 IMPORTANT: Replace all blower doors and
compartment cover after servicing the unit. Do not
operate the unit without all panels and doors securely in
place.
4 Do not allow snow or other debris to accumulate in the
vicinity of the unit.
Unit Maintenance
6 Remove the screws (4) connecting the burner tray to the
heat exchanger mounting panel.
7 Remove the burner tray and the manifold assembly from
the unit.
8 Remove the screws (10) connecting the two induced
draft blowers to the collector box and screws (12)
connecting the inducer mounting plate to the heat
exchanger center panel. Remove the induced draft
blower and the collector box from the unit.
9 Remove the turbulators from inside the heat exchangers
by inserting the blade of a screwdriver under the locking
tabs. Pop the tabs out of the expanded grooves of the heat
exchanger. Slide the turbulators out of the heat
exchangers.
10 Direct a water hose into the outlet of the heat exchanger
Furnace Section
The unit's furnace should operate for many years without
excessive scale build-up in flue passageways; however, it is
recommended that a qualified installer, service agency, or the
gas supplier annually inspect the flue passageways, the exhaust
system and the burners for continued safe operation, paying
particular attention to deterioration from corrosion or other
sources.
If during inspection the flue passageways and exhaust system
are determined to require cleaning, the following procedures
should be followed (by a qualified installer, service agency, or
gas supplier):
1 Turn off the electrical power to the unit and set the
thermostat to the lowest temperature.
2 Shut off the gas supply to the unit either at the meter or at
top. Flush the inside of each heat exchanger tube with
water. Blow out each tube with air to remove excessive
moisture.
11 Reassemble (steps 1 through 9 in reverse order). Be
careful not to strip out the screw holes used to mount
the collector box and inducer blower. Replace inducer
blower gasket and collector box gasket with factory
replacements if damaged.
DANGER
Holes in the exhaust transition or heat exchanger can cause
toxic fumes to enter the home. The exhaust transition or heat
exchanger must be replaced if they have holes or cracks in
them. Failure to do so can cause carbon monoxide poisoning
resulting in personal injury or death.
manual valve in the supply piping.
DANGER
Label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing controls.
wiring errors can cause improper and dangerous operation
resulting in fire, electrical shock, property damage, personal
injury or death.
3 Remove the furnace controls access panel and the control
box cover.
4 Disconnect the gas supply piping from the gas valve.
5 Disconnect the wiring to the induced draft blower motor,
gas valve, flame sensor, and flame roll-out control, and
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The manufacturer recommends that a qualified installer,
service agency or the gas supplier visually inspect the burner
flames for the desired flame appearance at the beginning of the
heating season and approximately midway in heating season.
The manufacturer also recommends that a qualified installer,
service agency or the gas supplier clean the flame sensor with
steel wool at the beginning of the heating season.
DANGER
Power supply to unit must be disconnected before making
field connections. To avoid electrical shock, personal injury or
death, be sure to rigorously adhere to field wiring procedures
regarding proper lockout and tagout of components.
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Maintenance
Lubrication
IMPORTANT: DO NOT attempt to lubricate the bearings on
the blower motor or the induced draft blower motor. Addition
of lubricants can reduce the motor life and void the warranty.
The blower motor and induced draft blower motor are prelubricated by the manufacturer and do not require further
attention.
A qualified installer, service agency or the gas supplier must
periodically clean the motors to prevent the possibility of
overheating due to an accumulation of dust and dirt on the
windings or on the motor exterior. And, as suggested
elsewhere in these instructions, the air filters should be kept
clean because dirty filters can restrict air flow and the motor
depends upon sufficient air flowing across and through it to
prevent overheating.
Cooling Section Maintenance
DANGER
Power supply to unit must be disconnected before making
field connections. To avoid electrical shock, personal injury or
death, be sure to rigorously adhere to field wiring procedures
regarding proper lockout and tagout of components.
It is recommended that at the beginning of each cooling season
a qualified installer or service agency inspect and clean the
cooling section of this unit. The following areas should be
addressed: evaporator coil. condenser coil, condenser fan
motor and venturi area.
To Inspect The Evaporator Coil
1 Open the control/filter access panel and remove filters.
Also, remove blower access panel. In downflow
applications remove the horizontal return to gain access.
DANGER
Label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing the unit.
Wiring errors can cause improper and dangerous operation
resulting in fire, electrical shock, property damage, severe
personal injury or death.
2 Shine a flashlight on the evaporator coil (both sides) and
inspect for accumulation of lint, insulation, etc.
3 If coil requires cleaning, follow the steps shown below.
Cleaning Evaporator Coil
1 The coil should be cleaned when it is dry. If the coil is
coated with dirt or lint, vacuum it with a soft brush
attachment. Be careful not to bend the coil fins.
2 If the coil is coated with oil or grease, clean it with a mild
detergent-and-water solution. Rinse the coil thoroughly
with water. IMPORTANT: Do not use excessive water
pressure. Excessive water pressure can bend the fins and
tubing of the coil and lead to inadequate unit
performance. Be careful not to splash water excessively
into unit.
3 Inspect the drain pan and condensate drain at the same
time the evaporator coil is checked. Clean the drain pan
by flushing with water and removing any matters of
obstructions which may be present.
4 Go to next section for cleaning the condenser coil.
Cleaning Condenser Coil, Condenser Fan,
Circulation Air Blower and Venturi
1 Remove the compressor access panel. Disconnect the
wires to the condenser fan motor in the control box (see
wiring diagram).
2 The coil should be cleaned when it is dry. If the coil is
coated with dirt or lint, vacuum it with a soft brush
attachment. Be careful not to bend the coil fins.
3 If the coil is coated with oil or grease, clean it with a mild
detergent-and-water solution. Rinse the coil thoroughly
with water. IMPORTANT: Do not use excessive water
pressure. Excessive water pressure can bend the fins and
tubing of the coil and lead to inadequate unit
performance. Be careful not to splash water excessively
into unit.
4 The venturi should also be inspected for items of
obstruction such as collections of grass, dirt or spider
webs. Remove any that are present.
5 Inspect the circulating air blower wheel and motor for
accumulation of lint, dirt or other obstruction and clean it
necessary. Inspect the blower motor mounts and the
blower housing for loose mounts or other damage.
Repair or replace if necessary.
Re-Assembly
1 1 Reconnect fan motor wires per the wiring diagram
attached to the back of the cover.
2 Close the filter control and replace the blower/evaporator
coil access panels.
3 Replace the control box cover.
4 Restore electrical power to the unit and check for proper
operation, especially the condenser fan motor.
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System Charging Charts
Figure 40: System Charging Charts - MPS 006B Cooling
SY S T E M C HAR G E C HAR T - R E F R IG E R ANT 410A
6 TON, C IR C UIT 1
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Figure 41: System Charging Charts - MPS 007B Cooling (Dual Circuit)
S Y S T E M C HAR G E C HAR T - R E F R IG E R ANT 410A
7 TON, C IR C UIT S 1 & 2
BOTH COMPRESSORS MUST BE OPERATING BEFORE CHECKING
REFRIGERANT CHARGE.
RETURN AIR TEMPERATURE MUST BE WITHIN COMFORT CONDITIONS
BEFORE FINAL REFRIGERANT CHECK!
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Figure 42: System Charging Charts - MPS 008B Cooling
S Y S T E M C HAR G E C HAR T - R E F R IG E R ANT 410A
8 TON, C IR C UIT S 1 & 2
BOTH COMPRESSORS MUST BE OPERATING BEFORE CHECKING
REFRIGERANT CHARGE.
RETURN AIR TEMPERATURE MUST BE WITHIN COMFORT CONDITIONS
BEFORE FINAL REFRIGERANT CHECK!
525
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Figure 43: System Charging Charts - MPS 010B Cooling
S Y S T E M C HAR G E C HAR T - R E F R IG E R ANT 410A
10 TON, C IR C UIT S 1 & 2
BOTH COMPRESSORS MUST BE OPERATING BEFORE CHECKING
REFRIGERANT CHARGE.
RETURN AIR TEMPERATURE MUST BE WITHIN COMFORT CONDITIONS
BEFORE FINAL REFRIGERANT CHECK!
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Maintenance
Figure 44: System Charging Charts - MPS 012B Cooling
S Y S TE M C HAR G E C HAR T - R E FR IG E R ANT 410A
12 TON, C IR C UITS 1 & 2
BOTH COMPRESSORS MUST BE OPERATING BEFORE CHECKING
REFRIGERANT CHARGE.
RETURN AIR TEMPERATURE MUST BE WITHIN COMFORT CONDITIONS
BEFORE FINAL REFRIGERANT CHECK!
525
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Troubleshooting
Cooling Troubleshooting Chart
Troubleshooting
DANGER
Disconnect all power to unit before servicing. Contactor may break only one side. Failure to shut off power can cause electrical
shock resulting in personal injury or death.
SYMPTOM
Unit will not run
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Power off or loose electrical connection
Thermostat out of calibration-set too high
Failed contactor
Blown fuses
Transformer defective
High pressure control open (if provided)
Interconnecting low voltage wiring damaged
Condenser fan runs, compressor doesn’t Loose connection
Compressor stuck, grounded or open motor
winding, open internal overload.
Low voltage condition
Insufficient cooling
Low voltage condition
Improperly sized unit
Improper airflow
Incorrect refrigerant charge
Air, non-condensable or moisture in system
Incorrect voltage
Compressor short cycles
Incorrect voltage
Defective overload protector
Refrigerant undercharge
Registers sweat
High head-low vapor pressures
Low evaporator airflow
Restriction in liquid line, expansion device or filter
drier
Flow check piston size too small
Incorrect capillary tubes
High head-high or normal vapor pressure
Dirty condenser coil
Cooling mode
Refrigerant overcharge
Condenser fan not running
Air or non-condensable in system
Low vapor - cool compressor iced
Defective Compressor valves
evaporator coil
Incorrect capillary tubes
Low vapor cool evaporator coil
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Change to correct size piston
Change coil assembly
Clean coil
Correct system charge
Repair or replace
Recover refrigerant, evacuate & recharge
Replace compressor
Excessive load
Defective compressor
Air or non-condensate in system
Air or non-condensable in system
Recover refrigerant, evacuate & recharge
Moisture in system
Fluctuating head & vapor
Gurgle or pulsing noise at expansion
device or liquid line
Remove or replace defective component
Replace coil assembly
Increase speed of blower or reduce restriction
replace air filter
Add Low Ambient Kit
Recover refrigerant evacuate & recharge add
filter drier
Recheck load calculation
Replace
Recover refrigerant, evacuate & recharge
Low evaporator airflow
Operating below 65°F outdoors
High vapor pressure
REMEDY
Check for correct voltage at compressor
contactor in control box
Reset
Check for 24 volts at contactor coil replace if
contacts are open
Replace fuses
Check wiring-replace transformer
Reset-also see high head pressure remedy-The
high pressure control opens at 450 PSIG
Replace thermostat wiring
Check for correct voltage at compressor check
& tighten all connections
Wait at least 2 hours for overload to reset. If still
open, replace the compressor.
At compressor terminals, voltage must be within
10% of rating plate volts when unit is operating
Add start kit components
Recalculate load
Check should be approximately 400 CFM per
ton.
Charge per procedure attached to unit service
panel
Recover refrigerant, evacuate & recharge, add
filter drier
At compressor terminals, voltage must be within
10% of rating plate volts when unit is operating.
At compressor terminals, voltage must be ±10%
of nameplate marking when unit is operating.
Replace check for correct voltage
Add refrigerant
Increase speed of blower or reduce restriction
replace air filter
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Troubleshooting
Furnace Troubleshooting Guide
! WARNING
▲
HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE
LINE VOLTAGE
CONNECTIONS
DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE
SERVICING.
SERVICE MUST BE BY A TRAINED,
QUALIFIED SERVICE TECHNICIAN.
START
SET THERMOSTAT TO
CALL FOR HEAT
SET FAN SWITCH TO AUTO
YES
INDUCED DRAFT BLOWER
MOTOR STARTS
NO
• CHECK LINE VOLTAGE TO IFC
• CHECK LOW VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER
• CHECK WIRING
• CHECK FOR 208-230 VAC TO IDM MOTOR
REPLACE INTEGRATED
CONTROL BOARD (IFC)
NO
YES
YES
REPLACE IGNITOR/
CABLE ASSEMBLY
REPLACE INDUCED
DRAFT BLOWER
30 SECOND PREPURGE
YES
IGNITOR SPARKS
NO
YES
• CHECK IGNITOR CABLE
• CHECK SPARK IGNITOR POSITION AND CONDITION
• IS EACH NEGATIVE PRESSURE SWITCH CLOSED?
• CHECK FOR OPEN ROLL-OUT CONTROLS
YES
NO
NO
YES
YES
• CHECK FOR OPEN LIMIT
• CHECK NEGATIVE PRESSURE
SWITCH SENSING TUBE
• CHECK FOR EXHAUST
BLOCKAGE
REPLACE NEGATIVE
PRESSURE SWITCH
• CHECK IGNITION CONTROL CHASSIS GROUND WIRE
CHECK FOR EXHAUST,
INTAKE OR HEAT
EXCHANGER BLOCKAGE
AND RESET CONTROL
• CHECK WIRING
NO
REPLACE LIMIT
IF UNIT IS COLD
REPLACE IGNITION
CONTROL
NOTE: THE SYSTEM WILL ATTEMPT TO LIGHT 4 TIMES WITH A 60 SECOND INTERPURGE BETWEEN TRIES. IF AFTER THE THIRD TIME THE BURNERS
DO NOT LIGHT, THE SYSTEM WILL LOCK OUT. IF THE UNIT IS EQUIPPED WITH A
UNITED TECH. THE SYSTEM WILL ATTEMPT TO LIGHT 4 TIMES EACH HOUR
UNTIL THE BURNERS LIGHT OR THE THERMOSTAT IS RESET OR POWER IS
REMOVED FOR 3 SECONDS OR GREATER.
MAIN BURNER LIGHTS
YES
NO
• CHECK INLET GAS PRESSURE
• CHECK 24 VOLTS TO GAS VALVE
NO
REPLACE INTEGRATED
CONTROL BOARD (IFC)
IF WIRING IS OK
• CHECK FOR GAS FLOW TO AND FROM VALVE
• CHECK BURNER CARRYOVER
YES
REPLACE VALVE
FLOW CHART CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE
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Troubleshooting
NOTE: IF THE SYSTEM GOES INTO LOCKOUT, WAIT
30 SECONDS AND RESET THE SYSTEM.
MAIN BURNER FLAME SUSTAINED
NO
YES
• CHECK FLAME SENSOR POSITION AND CONDITION
YES
REPLACE SENSOR
• CLEAN FLAME SENSOR WITH STEEL WOOL
• CHECK FLAME SENSOR WIRES AND CONNECTIONS
NO
REPLACE IGNITION
CONTROL
INDOOR BLOWER MOTOR STARTS
AFTER 45 SECONDS
NO
• CHECK FOR 208-230 VAC ACROSS BLOWER
MOTOR TERMINALS ON CONTROL BOARD
NO
REPLACE INTEGRATED
CONTROL BOARD (IFC)
• CHECK FOR LINE VOLTAGE AT LOAD SIDE OF
BLOWER CONTACT.
YES
YES
REPLACE BLOWER
MOTOR
SYSTEM RUNS UNTIL
CALL FOR HEAT ENDS
NO
• CHECK FOR OPEN LIMIT
• CHECK FOR OPEN ROLL-OUT CONTROL
YES
FURNACE STARTS ON LOW OR HIGH
FIRE. FURNACE SWITCHES TO LOW
FIRE AFTER 120 SECONDS WARMUP
IF THERMOSTAT IS CALLING FOR W1.
FURNACE WILL SWITCH TO HIGH
FIRE IF LOW FIRE DOES NOT SATISFY
THERMOSTAT DEMAND FOR HEAT
LOAD.
• CHECK FOR DIRTY FILTERS
• CHECK FOR RESTRICTED
AIR-FLOW
YES
YES
CHECK FOR EXHAUST,
INTAKE OR HEAT
EXCHANGER BLOCKAGE
CLEAR BLOCKAGE AND
RESET CONTROL
YES
TURN THERMOSTAT OFF
VALVE SHUTS OFF
FLAME SHUTS OFF
NO
• CHECK FOR PROPER THERMOSTAT OPERATION
• REMOVE VALVE LEAD AT GAS VALVE
IF VALVE CLOSES, RECHECK THE THERMOSTAT
AND WIRING. IF OK, THEN REPLACE VALVE
YES
INDUCED DRAFT MOTOR STOPS
AFTER 5 SECOND POSTPURGE
YES
INDOOR BLOWER MOTOR STOPS
AFTER 90 SECONDS
YES
TROUBLESHOOTING ENDS
REPEAT PROCEDURE UNTIL TROUBLE FREE
OPERATION IS OBTAINED.
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Warranty
Warranty
Replacement Parts
To find your local Daikin Applied Certified Parts
Distributor, go to www.DaikinApplied.com and select Parts
Locator.
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Daikin Applied Training and Development
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For training information on all Daikin Applied HVAC products, please visit us at www.DaikinApplied.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 Applied Representative for warranty details. Refer to Form 933-43285Y. To
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