Carrier FLOTRONIC II 30GN040-420 Specifications

30GN,GT,GU040-420
Flotronic™ and Flotronic II
Reciprocating Liquid Chillers
50/60 Hz
Wiring Diagrams
DIAGRAM INDEX
POWER SCHEMATICS
Unit
30GN,GT,GU
040-050
060-070
080,090,230B,245B
100,110,255B-315B
130,150,230A-255A
170,190,270A,290A,330A/B,360A/B,390B
170-210,270A-315A,330A/B-420A/B
210,315A,390A,420A/B
130-210,230A-315A,330A/B-420A/B
Voltage
208/230PW,XL;346PW,XL;380/415PW;460PW;575PW
380XL;380/415XL;460XL;575XL
208/230PW,XL;346PW,XL;380/415PW;460PW;575PW
380XL;380/415XL;460XL;575XL
208/230PW,XL;346PW,XL;380/415PW;450PW;575PW
380XL;380/415XL;460XL;575XL
208/230,230PW,XL;346PW,XL;380/415PW;460PW;575PW
380XL;380/415XL;460XL;575XL
208/230PW,XL;230*PW,XL
346PW,XL
380PW;380/415PW;460PW;575PW
380XL;380/415XL;460XL;575XL
208/230PW,XL;230*PW,XL
346PW,XL
380PW;380/415PW;460PW;575PW
380XL;380/415XL;460XL;575XL
208/230PW,XL;230*PW,XL
346PW,XL;380PW;380/415PW;460PW;575PW
ALL
Serial
Number
Effective
3197F
3197F
3197F
3197F
4996F
1897F
1897F
1897F
4594F
4594F
4594F
4594F
4593F
4594F
4594F
4594F
4593F
4594F
4093F
Label
Diagram
No. 30GT511749
511602
511750
511748
510570
510518
510571
510519
513262
513834
513264
513266
513263
513835
513265
513267
513854
513855
513269
Figure
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
CONTROL SCHEMATICS
Unit
30
GN040-070
GN080-110,230B-315B
GN130-210,230A-315A,330A/B-420A/B
GT,GU040-070
GT,GU080-100,230B-315B
GT,GU130-210,230A-315A,330A/B-420A/B
PW
XL
—
—
Voltage
24
115,230
24
115,230
24
115,230
24
115,230
24
115,230
24
115,230
Serial
Number
Effective
4197F
3197F
4197F
3197F
4197F
0898F
2395F
3197F
2395F
3197F
2395F
3395F
Label
Diagram
No. 30GT511754
511753
511204
511203
513274
513273
511752
511751
511202
511201
513272
513271
Figure
No.
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
LEGEND
Part-Wind Start
Across-the-Line Start
*Sizes 130-210 and 330A/B-420A/B only.
Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.
PC 903
Catalog No. 533-071
Printed in U.S.A.
Form 30G-4W
Pg 1
2-00
Replaces: 30G-3W
Book 2
Tab 5c
DIAGRAM INDEX (cont)
COMPONENT ARRANGEMENTS
Unit
30
Voltage
Type
All
All
All
208/230PW,XL;230*PW,XL
346PW,XL
GN,GT,GU130,150,230A-255A
380PW;380/415PW;460PW;575PW
380XL;380/415XL;460XL;575XL
208/230PW,XL;230*PW,XL
346PW,XL
GN,GT,GU170,190,270A,290A,
330A/B,360A/B,390B
380PW;380/415PW;460PW;575PW
380XL;380/415XL;460XL;575XL
208/230PW,XL;230*PW,XL
346PW,XL;380PW;380/415PW;460PW;575PW
GN,GT,GU210,315A,390A,420A/B
380XL;380/415XL;460XL;575XL
All
GT,GU040-070
All
GT,GU080-110,230B-315B
All
GT,GU130-210,230A-315A,330A/B-420A/B
Control/Power Box
Control/Power Box
Control Box
Power Box
Power Box
Power Box
Power Box
Power Box
Power Box
Power Box
Power Box
Power Box
Power Box
Power Box
Control/Power Box
Control/Power Box
Control Box
GN040-070
GN080-110,230B-315B
GN130-210,230A-315A,330A/B-420A/B
Serial
Label
Number Diagram Figure
Effective No. 30GT- No.
4996F
511756
32
4197F
511206
33
0898F
513273
34
4594F
513262
35
4594F
513834
36
4594F
513264
37
4594F
513266
38
4593F
513263
39
4594F
513835
40
4594F
513265
41
4594F
513267
42
4593F
513854
43
4594F
513855
44
4594F
513267
42
3197F
511755
45
1897F
511205
46
3395F
513271
47
DIAGNOSTICS
Unit
30
GN040-070
GN080-110,230B-315B
GN130-210,230A-315A,330A/B-420A/B
GT,GU040-070
GT,GU080-110,230B-315B
GT,GU130-210,230A-315A,330A/B-420A/B
Type
Voltage
Channel Chart
Channel Chart
Channel Chart
Start-Up and Diagnostics
Start-Up and Diagnostics
Start-Up and Diagnostics
Start-Up and Diagnostics
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Serial
Number
Effective
1992F
0692F
—
4093F
1992F
0697F
4093F
Label
Diagram
No. 30GT512020
511276
—
513269
512073
510065
513268
Figure
No.
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
FIELD WIRING
Unit
30
GN040-070
GN080-110
GN130-210
GN,GT,GU130-210
GN230A/B-315A/B
GN330A/B-420A/B
GT,GU040-070
GT,GU080-110
GT,GU130-210
GT,GU230A/B-315A/B
GT,GU330A/B-420A/B
Unit
30GN,GT,GU
040-050
060,070
080-110,230B-315B
130-210,230A-315A,330A/B-420A/B
Wiring Type
Voltage
Field Control and Power
Field Control and Power
Field Control
Field Power
Field Control and Power
Field Control and Power
Field Control and Power
Field Control and Power
Field Control
Field Control and Power
Field Control and Power
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
MOTORMASTER® DEVICE WIRING
Serial
Voltage
Number
Effective
575
2892F
575
2892F
575
2892F
575
4593F
Label
Diagram
No. 30GT512280
512281
512207
513270
Figure
No.
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
Figure
No.
66
67
68
69
Dual Set Point Wiring (30GT,GU) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fig. 70
*Sizes 130-210 and 330A/B-420A/B only.
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SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
Table 1 — Unit Sizes and Modular Combinations
Installing, starting up, and servicing this equipment can be
hazardous due to system pressures, electrical components, and
equipment location (roofs, elevated structures, etc.).
Only trained, qualified installers and service mechanics
should install, start up and service this equipment.
Untrained personnel can perform basic maintenance functions such as cleaning coils. All other operations should be performed by trained service personnel.
When working on the equipment, observe precautions in the
literature and on tags, stickers, and labels attached to the equipment. Follow all safety codes. Wear safety glasses and work
gloves. Use care in handling, rigging, and setting bulky
equipment.
UNIT
SIZE
040
045
050
060
070
080
090
100
110
130
150
170
190
210
230
245
255
270
290
315
330
360
390
420
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
Open all remote disconnects before servicing
this equipment.
TERMINAL BLOCK DATA
Units have the following power wiring terminal blocks and
parallel conductors:
UNIT
SIZE
PARALLEL
VOLTAGE TERMINAL
BLOCKS
CONDUCTORS
208/230
1
3 (040,045), 6 (050-070)
460
1
3
040
575
1
3
to
380
1
3
070
346
1
3
380/415
1
3
208/230
1
6
460
1
3
080 to 110,
575
1
3
230B to
380
1
3
315B
346
1
3
380/415
1
3
208/230
3
9
460
2
6
130 to 210,
575
2
6
230A to 315A
380
2
6
330A/B to
230*
3
9
420A/B
346
2
6
380/415
2
6
NOMINAL
TONS
40
45
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
125
145
160
180
200
220
230
240
260
280
300
325
350
380
400
MODULE A
MODULE B
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
150
150
150
170
190
210
170
190
210
210
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
080
090
100
100
110
110
170
190/170*
190
210
*60 Hz units/50 Hz units.
SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
30GN Units — During unit off cycle, crankcase heaters are
energized.
The unit is started by putting the LOCAL/ENABLE-STOPCCN switch in LOCAL/ENABLE or CCN position. When the
unit receives a call for cooling (either from the internal control
or CCN network command) the unit stages up in capacity to
maintain the cooler fluid set point. The first compressor starts
11/2 to 3 minutes after the call for cooling. See base unit
installation instructions for compressor loading sequences.
The lead circuit can be specifically designated or randomly
selected by the controls, depending on how the unit is field
configured. A field configuration is also available to determine
if the unit should stage up both circuits equally or load one circuit completely before bringing on the other.
When the lead circuit compressor starts, the unit starts with
a pumpout routine. The compressor starts and continues to run
with the electronic expansion valve (EXV) closed, to purge the
refrigerant lines and cooler of refrigerant, until the saturated
suction temperature is 10° F (5.5° C) below the saturated suction temperature at initiation, or is 10° F (5.5° C) below the
leaving fluid temperature, or reaches a saturated suction temperature of –15 F (–26 C). No pumpout is necessary if the saturated suction temperature is below –15 F (–26 C). When this
condition is satisfied, the EXV begins to modulate to feed refrigerant into the cooler.
*130-210 and 330A/B-420A/B only.
MODULAR UNIT INFORMATION
Unit sizes 230-420 are modular units which are shipped in
separate sections as modules A and B. Installation directions
specific to these units are noted in base unit installation instructions. See Table 1 (above right) for a listing of unit sizes and
modular combinations.
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At first call for cooling, microprocessor starts first compressor, deenergizes crankcase heater, and starts one condenser fan.
All units have an electronic expansion valve (EXV). The
EXV remains closed for 10 seconds to purge cooler and suction line of any liquid refrigerant that may have migrated to
these areas during off period. After 10 seconds, EXV starts to
open. As more cooling is required, control brings on additional
stages of capacity. Loading sequence for compressors is shown
in the base unit installation instructions. Automatic lead-lag
control is provided on all units.
Once capacity has been satisfied, the lag compressor will
shut down, and lead compressor will continue to run. After lag
compressor has shut down, the EXV is signaled to close. Lead
compressor remains on until EXV is less than 600 steps open,
and the saturated suction temperature is less than 25 F (–4 C) as
sensed by cooler thermistor T5 or T6, or one minute has
elapsed.
Microprocessor controls EXV to maintain a superheat of
30° F (16.7° C) entering compressor cylinders. Microprocessor
control also cycles condenser fans on and off to maintain an adequate pressure differential across expansion valves. Fans are
controlled by position of EXV and saturated condensing temperature thermistors. When expansion valve is fully open and
superheat is greater than 40 F (22 C), fan stages are removed;
when the valve is approximately half open, fan stages are added. This allows unit to run at very low condensing temperatures
at part load. Thus chiller has very high part-load EERs (energy
efficiency ratios). Fan sequence is shown in the base unit
installation instructions.
LOAD SHED — If load shed option is being used, control
limits maximum capacity to load shed input value. Refer to
Controls and Troubleshooting literature for details. If capacity
The head pressure is controlled by fan cycling. The desired
head pressure set point is entered, and is controlled by EXV
position or saturated discharge temperature measurement. For
proper operation, maintain set point as shipped from factory.
The usual head pressure control method (also field configured)
is EXV control, which maintains the lowest head pressure that
provides enough pressure drop across the valve. Refer to unit
Controls and Troubleshooting literature for head pressure control configurations.
If temperature reset is being used, the unit controls to a
higher leaving fluid temperature (cooler fluid set point 2), as
the building load reduces. If demand limit is used, the unit may
temporarily be unable to maintain the desired leaving fluid
temperature because of imposed power limitations.
When the occupied period ends, or when the building load
drops low enough, the lag compressors shut down. The lead
compressors continue to run as the EXV closes, and until the
conditions of pumpout are satisfied. If a fault condition is signalled requiring immediate shutdown, pumpout is omitted.
NOTE: Temperatures and pressures are measured by thermistors and transducers. See base unit installation instructions
for locations.
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
Turn off all power to unit before servicing.
The LOCAL/ENABLE-STOP-CCN switch
on control panel does not shut off control
power; use field disconnect.
30GT,GU Units — During unit off cycle, crankcase heaters are energized. If ambient temperature is below 36 F (2 C),
cooler heaters and a microprocessor board heater are also
energized.
When control ON-OFF switch is turned to ON, control first
goes through a 2-minute initialization period, during which the
display will continuously show
is limited by a load shed signal, display shows a
when
display button is pressed.
TEMPERATURE RESET — If temperature reset is being
used, microprocessor adjusts leaving fluid temperature to
obtain greater part-load efficiency. Refer to Controls and Troubleshooting book for details. If leaving fluid temperature is
. Ninety (90) seconds af-
ter
leaves display, control begins to bring on compressors. Rate at which compressors are started depends on leaving
chilled fluid temperature and rate of change of leaving fluid
temperature.
On standard units, an automatic lead-lag feature in control
system determines by random selection either circuit A or B to
start first.
being reset, display shows a
pressed.
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when the display button is
LEGEND (FIG. 1-50, 66-69)
ALM
C
CB
CCB
CCN
CGF
CH
CHC
CHT
CIR, CKT
CLHR
COM, COMM
COMP
COND
CONT PWR
CPCS
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
CR
CWFS
—
—
CWP
CWPI
—
—
DPT
—
DSIO (EXV)
DSIO (LV)
DU
EPROM
EQUIP GND
EXV
FC
FCB
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Alarm
Contactor, Compressor
Circuit Breaker
Control Circuit Breaker
Carrier Comfort Network
Circuit Ground Fault
Crankcase Heater
Cooler Heater Cable
Cooler Heater Thermostat
Circuit
Cooler Heater Relay
Communications
Compressor
Condensing
Control Power
Compressor Protection
Control Module
Control Relay
Chilled Water (Fluid)
Flow Switch
Chilled Water (Fluid) Pump
Chilled Water (Fluid) Pump
Interlock
Discharge Pressure
Transducer
EXV Driver
Relay Module, Low Voltage
Dummy Terminal
Read-Only Memory
Equipment Ground
Electronic Expansion Valve
Fan Contactor
Fan Circuit Breaker
FIOP
FM
FU
GFI-CO
—
—
—
—
HG
HGBPR
HGBPS
HPS
HSIO, LID
HTR
LCS
LID
LLSR
LLSV
MMSN
NC
NEC
NO
OA
OPT
P
PL
PRI
PS
PSIO
PW
PWR
RBPL
SEC
SN
SPT
SW
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Factory-Installed Option
Fan Motor
Fuse
Ground Fault Interrupter —
Convenience Outlet
Hot Gas
Hot Gas Bypass Relay
Hot Gas Bypass Solenoid
High-Pressure Switch
Keypad and Display Module
Heater
Loss-of-Charge Switch
Local Interface Device
Liquid Line Solenoid Relay
Liquid Line Solenoid Valve
Motormaster® Control Sensor
Normally Closed
National Electrical Code (U.S.A.)
Normally Open
Outdoor Air
Oil Pressure Transducer
Potentiometer
Plug Assembly
Primary
Power Supply
Processor Module
Part Wind Start
Power
Relay Board Plug
Secondary
Sensor (Toroid)
Suction Pressure Transducer
Switch
T1, T2, etc.
TB
TDR
TEMP
TRAN
TXV
U
VDC
XL
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Thermistor Numbers
Terminal Block
Time Delay Relay
Temperature
Transformer
Thermostatic Expansion Valve
Unloader
Volts Direct Current
Across-the-Line Start
Terminal Block Connection
Marked Terminal
Unmarked Terminal
Unmarked Splice
Marked Wire
Marked Splice
Factory Wiring
Field Control Wiring
Field Power Wiring
Indicates Common Potential
Does not Represent Wiring.
Accessory or Option Wiring
NOTES
7. 30GN Units: Terminals 1, 2, 3, 4 of TB6 are for field external connection for remote on-off or CWPI and CWFS. The contacts must be
rated for dry circuit application capable of handling a 5 VDC, 1 mA to
20 mA load. Remove jumper between 3 and 4 of TB6 if remote on-off
is installed.
30GT,GU Units: Terminals 3 and 4 of TB6 are for field connection for
remote on-off or CWPI and CWFS. The contacts must be rated for
dry circuit application capable of reliably switching a 5 VDC, .5 mA
load. Remove jumper between 3 and 4 of TB6 if remote on-off is
installed.
8. 30GN Units: Terminals 1, 2, 3, 4 on TB3 are for chilled water pump
and remote alarm control functions. The maximum allowable load
for each of these circuits is 125 va sealed, 1250 va inrush at 115 or
230 v.
30GT,GU Units: The maximum allowable load for the remote alarm
circuit is 75 va sealed, 360 va inrush at 115 or 230 v. Remove resistor across terminals 1 and 2 of TB3 when using remote alarm.
9. Main power must be supplied to the unit through a field-supplied
fused disconnect, within sight from the unit and easily accessible, in
accordance with NEC.
10. These units are suitable for use on electrical systems where the voltage supplied to the unit terminals is not outside the following limits:
1. Fan motors are thermally protected. Three-phase motors are protected against primary single phasing conditions.
2. Replacement of original wires must be with type 105° C wire or its
equivalent.
3. Numbers on the right side of diagrams indicate the line location of
applicable contacts. An underlined number signifies normally closed
contacts; a plain number denotes normally open contacts. Line numbers are shown on the left side of the diagram.
4. Factory wiring is in accordance with NEC. Field modifications or
additions must be in compliance with all applicable codes.
5. Wiring for main field power supply must be rated at 75° C minimum.
All units may use copper conductors. Copper-clad aluminum or aluminum conductors for all units except 30GN,GT,GU110 346-3-50
(PW and XL) units, 30GN,GT,GU110 380/415-3-50 (PW) units, and
30GN,GT,GU210 208/230 v and associated modular units (PW and
XL). Maximum incoming wire size for each terminal block is
500 MCM.
6. Unit Sizes 040-070: Power for control circuit should be supplied from
a separate source through a field-supplied fused disconnect with
30 amp maximum protection for 115 v control circuits and 20 amp
maximum protection for 230 v control circuit for a unit with cooler
heaters, and 5 amp maximum protection for a unit without cooler
heaters. Connect control circuit to power Terminals 1 and 2 of TB4.
Connect neutral side of supply to Terminal 2 of TB4. Control circuit
conductors for all units must be copper only.
30GT,GU080-110: Power for control circuit should be supplied from a
separate source through a field-supplied fused disconnect with
30 amp maximum protection for 115 v control circuits and 15 amp
maximum protection for 230 v control circuit for a unit with cooler
heaters, and 5 amp maximum protection for a unit without cooler
heaters. Connect control circuit to power Terminals 1 and 2 of TB4.
Connect neutral side of supply to Terminal 2 of TB4. Control circuit
conductors for all units must be copper only.
30GN080-420 and 30GT,GU130-420: Power for control circuit should
be supplied from a separate source through a field-supplied fused
disconnect with 30 amp maximum protection for 115 v control circuits
and 15 amp maximum protection for 230 v control circuit. Connect
control circuit to power Terminals 1 and 2 of TB4. Connect neutral
side of supply to Terminal 2 of TB4. Control circuit conductors for all
units must be copper only.
NAMEPLATE
VOLTAGE
208/230-3-60
230-3-50
380-3-60
380/415-3-50
460-3-60
346-3-50
575-3-60
SUPPLIED RANGE
Min
Max
187
253
207
253
342
418
342
440
414
506
325
380
518
633
11. On 30GN040, 045 units with both brine option and TXV, only 1
accessory unloader can be added. It should be added to circuit B. If
an accessory unloader is added to circuit A, or a second accessory
unloader is added to circuit B, unit will not pump out when shutting
down.
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NOTE: For 575 v Motormaster® option wiring see Fig. 66.
Fig. 1 — Power Schematic; 30GN,GT,GU040-050; 208/230, 346 V — PW, XL;
380, 380/415, 460, 575 V — PW
6
NOTE: For 575 v Motormaster® option wiring see Fig. 66.
Fig. 2 — Power Schematic; 30GN,GT,GU040-050; 380, 380/415, 460, 575 V — XL
7
NOTE: For 575 v Motormaster® option wiring see Fig. 67.
Fig. 3 — Power Schematic; 30GN,GT,GU060, 070; 208/230, 346 V — PW, XL;
380, 380/415, 460, 575 V — PW
8
NOTE: For 575 v Motormaster® option wiring see Fig. 67.
Fig. 4 — Power Schematic; 30GN,GT,GU060, 070; 380, 380/415, 460, 575 V — XL
9
NOTE: For 575 v Motormaster® option wiring see Fig. 68.
Fig. 5 — Power Schematic; 30GN,GT,GU080, 090; 230B, 245B; 208/230, 230, 346 V — PW, XL;
380, 380/415, 460, 575 V — PW
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NOTE: For 575 v Motormaster® option wiring see Fig. 68.
Fig. 6 — Power Schematic; 30GN,GT,GU080, 090, 230B, 245B;
380, 380/415, 460, 575 V — XL
11
NOTE: For 575 v Motormaster® option wiring see Fig. 68.
Fig. 7 — Power Schematic; 30GN,GT,GU100, 110, 255B-315B; 208/230, 230, 346 V — PW, XL;
380, 380/415, 460, 575 V — PW
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NOTE: For 575 v Motormaster® option wiring see Fig. 68.
Fig. 8 — Power Schematic; 30GN,GT,GU100, 110, 255B-315B;
380, 380/415, 460, 575 V — XL
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Fig. 9 — Power Schematic; 30GN,GT,GU130, 150, 230A-255A; 208/230, 230 V — PW, XL
14
Fig. 10 — Power Schematic; 30GN,GT,GU130, 150, 230A-255A; 346 V — PW, XL
15
NOTE: For 575 v Motormaster® option wiring see Fig. 69.
Fig. 11 — Power Schematic; 30GN,GT,GU130, 150, 230A-255A; 380, 380/415, 460, 575 V — PW
16
NOTE: For 575 v Motormaster® option wiring see Fig. 69.
Fig. 12 — Power Schematic; 30GN,GT,GU130, 150, 230A-255A; 380, 380/415, 460, 575 V — XL
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Fig. 13 — Power Schematic; 30GN,GT,GU170, 190, 270A, 290A, 330A/B, 360A/B, 390B;
208/230, 230 V — PW, XL
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Fig. 14 — Power Schematic; 30GN,GT,GU170, 190, 270A, 290A, 330A/B, 360A/B, 390B;
346 V — PW, XL
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NOTE: For 575 v Motormaster® option wiring see Fig. 69.
Fig. 15 — Power Schematic; 30GN,GT,GU170, 190, 270A, 290A, 330A/B, 390B;
380, 380/415, 460, 575 V — PW
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NOTE: For 575 v Motormaster® option wiring see Fig. 69.
Fig. 16 — Power Schematic; 30GN,GT,GU170-210, 270A-315A, 330A/B-420A/B;
380, 380/415, 460, 575 V — XL
21
Fig. 17 — Power Schematic; 30GN,GT,GU210, 315A, 390A, 420A/B; 208/230, 230 V — PW, XL
22
NOTE: For 575 v Motormaster® option wiring see Fig. 69.
Fig. 18 — Power Schematic; 30GN,GT,GU210, 315A, 390A, 420A/B; 346 V — PW, XL;
380, 380/415, 460, 575 V — PW
23
Fig. 19 — Power Fan Schematic; 30GN,GT,GU130-210, 230A-315A, 330A/B-420A/B
24
Fig. 20 — Control Label; 30GN040-070; 24 V
Fig. 21 — Control Label; 30GN040-070; 115, 230 V
Fig. 22 — Control Label; 30GN080-110, 230B-315B; 24 V
Fig. 23 — Control Label; 30GN080-110, 230B-315B; 115, 230 V
Fig. 24 — Control Label; 30GN130-210, 230A-315A, 330A/B-420A/B; 24 V
Fig. 25 — Control Label; 30GN130-210, 230A-315A, 330A/B-420A/B; 115, 230 V
Fig. 26 — Control Label; 30GT,GU040-070; 24 V
Fig. 27 — Control Label; 30GT,GU040-070; 115, 230 V
Fig. 28 — Control Label; 30GT,GU080-100, 230B-315B; 24 V
Fig. 29 — Control Label; 30GT,GU080-100, 230B-315B; 115, 230 V
Fig. 30 — Control Label; 30GT,GU130-210, 230A-315A, 330A/B-420A/B; 24 V
Fig. 31 — Control Label; 30GT,GU130-210, 230A-315A, 330A/B-420A/B; 115, 230 V
37
Fig. 32 — Component Arrangement; 30GN040-070
38
Fig. 33 — Component Arrangement; 30GN080-110, 230B-315B
Fig. 34 — Control Box Component Arrangement; 30GN130-210, 230A-315A, 330A/B-420A/B Units
39
Fig. 35 — Power Box Location and Component Arrangement; 30GN,GT,GU130, 150, 230A-255A;
208/230, 230 V — PW, XL
40
Fig. 36 — Power Box Location and Component Arrangement; 30GN,GT,GU130, 150, 230A-255A;
346 V — PW, XL
41
NOTE: For 575 v Motormaster® option wiring see Fig. 69.
Fig. 37 — Power Box Location and Component Arrangement; 30GN,GT,GU130, 150, 230A-255A;
380, 380/415, 460, 575 V — PW
42
NOTE: For 575 v Motormaster® option wiring see Fig. 69.
Fig. 38 — Power Box Location and Component Arrangement; 30GN,GT,GU130, 150, 230A-255A;
380, 380/415, 460, 575 V — XL
43
Fig. 39 — Power Box Location and Component Arrangement; 30GN,GT,GU170, 190, 270A, 290A,
330A/B, 360A/B, 390B; 208/230, 230 V — PW, XL
44
Fig. 40 — Power Box Location and Component Arrangement; 30GN,GT,GU170, 190, 270A, 290A,
330A/B, 360A/B, 390B; 346 V — PW, XL
45
NOTE: For 575 v Motormaster® option wiring see Fig. 69.
Fig. 41 — Power Box Location and Component Arrangement; 30GN,GT,GU170, 190, 270A, 290A,
330A/B, 360A/B, 390B; 380, 380/415, 460, 575 V — PW
46
NOTE: For 575 v Motormaster® option wiring see Fig. 69.
Fig. 42 — Power Box Location and Component Arrangement; 30GN,GT,GU170-210, 270A-315A
330A/B-420A/B; 380, 380/415, 460, 575 V — XL
47
48
Fig. 43 — Power Box Location and Component Arrangement; 30GN,GT,GU210, 315A, 390A, 420A/B;
208/230, 230 V — PW, XL
NOTE: For 575 v Motormaster® option wiring see Fig. 69.
Fig. 44 — Power Box Location and Component Location; 30GN,GT,GU210, 315A, 390A, 420A/B;
346 V — PW, XL; 380, 380/415, 460, 575 V — PW
49
50
Fig. 45 — Component Arrangement; 30GT,GU040-070
51
Fig. 46 — Component Arrangement; 30GT,GU080-110, 230B-315B
Fig. 47 — Control Box Component Arrangement; 30GT,GU130-210, 230A-315A, 330A/B-420A/B
52
53
Fig. 48 — Channel Chart; 30GN040-070
54
Fig. 48 — Channel Chart; 30GN040-070 (cont)
55
Fig. 49 — Channel Chart; 30GN080-110; 230B-315B
COMPONENT
NAME
INPUTS/
OUTPUTS
12
Inputs
PSIO
(12/6
Module)
6
Outputs
4
Inputs
SOFTWARE
POINT
NO.
1
2
3
4
HARDWARE
CHANNEL
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
1
2
3
4
23
5
24
6
UNIT SIZE
FUNCTION
Chilled Water Supply Temperature
Chilled Water Return Temperature
Compressor A1 Suction Gas Temperature
Compressor B1 Suction Gas Temperature
Remote ON/OFF; CWP Interlock;
LOCAL/ENABLE-STOP-CCN, CWFS
5 vdc Reference Input
Discharge Pressure, Circuit A
Discharge Pressure, Circuit B
Suction Pressure, Circuit A
Suction Pressure, Circuit B
Oil Pressure, Circuit A
Oil Pressure, Circuit B
K3 Relay — Alarm Relay
K1 Relay — Fan Relay (Stage 2, Circuit A)
K2 Relay — Fan Relay (Stage 3, Circuit A)
K4 Relay — Fan Relay (Stage 2, Circuit B)
K5 Relay — Fan Relay (Stage 3, Circuit B)
K6 Relay — Chilled Water Pump Relay
Compressor A1 Feedback
Compressor A2 Feedback
Compressor B1 Feedback
Compressor B2 Feedback
Compressor A1 Safeties; Compressor A1 Relay:
Fan Contactor (Stage 1, Circuit A)
Compressor A2 Safeties; Compressor A2 Relay
Unloader U2-A1 Relay (Accessory)
25
DSIO
(LV)
Compressor A3 Safeties; Compressor A3 Relay
8
Outputs
4
Inputs
DSIO
(EXV)
8
Outputs
BIN
MODULE
(Optional)
7
8
Inputs
4
Inputs
4 IN/4 OUT
MODULE
4
Outputs
26
8
27
9
28
10
29
11
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
60
2
61
3
62
4
63
5
64
6
65
66
7
8
Unloader U1-A1 Relay
Compressor A4 Safeties; Compressor A4 Relay
Compressor B1 Safeties; Compressor B1 Relay;
Fan Contactor (Stage 1, Circuit B)
Compressor B2 Safeties; Compressor B2 Relay
Unloader U2-B1 Relay (Accessory)
Compressor B3 Safeties; Compressor B3 Relay
Unloader U1-B1 Relay
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
130*
150*
170*
190*
210*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
—
—
—
—
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
—
—
—
—
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
—
—
—
—
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
—
—
—
—
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
—
—
—
—
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
(60 Hz)
X
(50 Hz)
X
—
X
X
X
X
—
—
—
—
X
X
X
X
X
—
—
—
X
—
—
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
(60 Hz)
—
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
—
—
—
—
—
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
—
X
X
X
X
X
—
X
X
X
X
EXV-A
X
X
X
X
X
EXV-B
X
X
X
X
X
Not Used
Not Used
Spare Temperature Sensor No. 1
Spare Temperature Sensor No. 2
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Demand Limit by Switch Stage No. 2
Demand Limit by Switch No. 1 or
by 4-10 mA Signal
Remote Dual Set Point Switch
Remote Reset Thermistor or
Remote Reset by 4-20 mA Signal
Hot Gas Bypass Relay (Accessory)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Unloader Relay A (Accessory)
Hot Gas Bypass Relay B (Accessory)
Unloader Relay B (Accessory)
Motormaster® Device A 4-20 mA Control (Accessory)
Motormaster Device B 4-20 mA Control (Accessory)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
(50 Hz)
X
X
(50 Hz)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
*And associated modular units. See Table 1.
Fig. 50 — Channel Chart; 30GN130-210; 230A-315A, 330A/B-420B
56
X
AUTOMATIC DISPLAY OPERATION/DEFAULT DISPLAY
MODE X
DOW HH-MM
X ALARMS
COOL X
In this mode, the keypad displays the current time (24-hour format), current operating modes, cooling
capacity stages, and total number of alarms.
The default display is displayed every 2 seconds if there has been no manual input from the keypad for
10 minutes. To return to automatic display, at any time, press
DOW
EXV
HH
MM
MOP
—
—
—
—
—
.
LEGEND
Day-of-the-Week
Electronic Expansion Valve
Hour
Minute
Maximum Overcurrent Protection
KEYPAD OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
NOTES:
1. The white keys on left side of keypad are denoted by boxes in the instructions. For example,
keypad entry
means press the “1” then the white key marked SRVC.
2. The standard display uses abbreviations. Expanded information will scroll through the display
whenever
is pressed.
3. All functions are made up of a group of subfunctions. To enter a subfunction, press the number of
the subfunction desired, then press the function key in which the subfunction resides.
To move within that subfunction, press the up
For example, a
or down
arrows.
, enters the temperature information subfunction.
4. Another subfunction may be entered at any time by pressing the subfunction number, then the
function key.
5. Prior to starting unit, check leaving fluid set point for correct setting.
6. Depending on chiller model and configuration, all displays may not be shown. Displays will be displayed all the time unless marked with the following symbol (*), which indicates:
Must be configured.
For a more detailed explanation of keypad operation and for start-up procedure of unit, refer to the
base unit Installation, Start-Up, and Service instructions.
STATUS FUNCTION
SUBFUNCTION
1 AUTOMATIC DISPLAY
KEYPAD ENTRY
DISPLAY
COMMENT
Refer to Automatic Display Operation described above.
2 ALARMS
X ALARMS
Numbers of Tripped Alarms
ALARM X
ALARM X
}
X MODES
Number of Modes in Effect
ALARM X
ALARM X
ALARM X
3 MODES
MODE X
MODE X
MODE X
MODE X
Displays Tripped Alarms
}
Displays Mode in Effect
Fig. 51 — Start-Up and Diagnostic Information; 30GN130-210, 230A-315A, 330A/B-420A/B
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STATUS FUNCTION (cont)
SUBFUNCTION
4 STAGE
KEYPAD ENTRY
DISPLAY
COMMENT
STAGE
Capacity Staging Information
STAGE X
Number of Requested Stages
CAPT X
Percent of Total Capacity
CAPA X
Percent Circuit A Capacity
CAPB X
Percent Circuit B Capacity
LMT X*
Demand Limit Set Point
LOAD X*
Load Limit Set Point
CIRA X
Circuit A Compressor Relay Status
CIRB X
Circuit B Compressor Relay Status
SMZ X
Load/Unload Factor for Compressors
Factor = 1
5 SET POINT
6 TEMPERATURE
7 PRESSURE
Unloader Factor = 0.6
SET POINT
Fluid Set Point Information
SP X
Set Point
MSP X
Modified Set Point = Set Point + Reset
TW X
Cooler Leaving Fluid Temperature
TEMPS
Temperature Information
EWT X
Cooler Entering Fluid Temperature
LWT X
Cooler Leaving Fluid Temperature
SCTA X
Circuit A Saturated Condenser Temperature
SSTA X
Circuit A Saturated Suction Temperature
CTA X
Compressor A1 Suction Temperature
SHA X
Circuit A Suction Superheat
SCTB X
Circuit B Saturated Condenser Temperature
SSTB X
Circuit B Saturated Suction Temperature
CTB X
Compressor B1 Suction Temperature
SHB X
Circuit B Suction Superheat
RST X*
Reset Temperature
PRESSURE
Refrigerant System Pressure (psig)
DPA X
Circuit A Discharge Pressure
SPA X
Circuit A Suction Pressure
XXXX
Circuit A Discharge/Suction
OPA X
Circuit A Oil Pressure Differential
DPB X
Circuit B Discharge Pressure
SPB X
Circuit B Suction Pressure
XXXX
Circuit B Discharge/Suction
OPB X
Circuit B Oil Pressure Differential
*Must be configured.
Fig. 51 — Start-Up and Diagnostic Information; 30GN130-210, 230A-315A, 330A/B-420A/B (cont)
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STATUS FUNCTION (cont)
SUBFUNCTION
KEYPAD ENTRY
DISPLAY
8 ANALOG
9 INPUTS
10 OUTPUTS
COMMENT
ANALOG
Status of Analog Inputs
REF X*
Transducer Supply Voltage
LMT X*
Demand 4-20 mA Signal
RST X*
Reset 4-20 mA Signal
INPUT
Status of Switch Inputs
SPW X*
Dual Set Point Switch
OPSA X*
Oil Pressure Switch 1
OPSB X*
Oil Pressure Switch 2
DL1 X*
Demand Limit Switch 1
DL2 X*
Demand Limit Switch 2
OUTPUTS
Status of Outputs
ALMR X
Alarm Relay K3
FRA1 X
Fan Relay K1
FRA2 X
Fan Relay K2
FRB1 X
Fan Relay K4
FRB2 X
Fan Relay K5
CHWP X*
Cooler Water Pump Relay K6
ULA1 X*
Unloader A1
ULA2 X*
Unloader A2
ULB1 X*
Unloader B1
ULB2 X*
Unloader B2
EXVA X
EXVA Percent Open
EXVB X
EXVB Percent Open
HGBA X*
Hot Gas Bypass Relay Circuit A
HGBB X*
Hot Gas Bypass Relay Circuit B
MMA X*
Motormaster® A Output Percent
MMB X*
Motormaster B Output Percent
*Must be configured.
Fig. 51 — Start-Up and Diagnostic Information; 30GN130-210, 230A-315A, 330A/B-420A/B (cont)
59
TEST FUNCTION
SUBFUNCTION
KEYPAD ENTRY
DISPLAY
COMMENT
To use Test function, LOCAL/ENABLE-STOP-CCN switch must be in STOP position. To operate a test, scroll to desired test, then
press
to start test. Press
1 OUTPUTS
to stop test.
OUTPUTS
Test Outputs
8.8.8.8.8.8.8.8
Display Check
ALMR X
Energize Alarm Relay K3
FRA1 X
Energize Fan Relay A1 K1
FRA2 X
Energize Fan Relay A2 K2
FRB1 X
Energize Fan Relay B1 K4
FRB2 X
Energize Fan Relay B2 K5
CHWP X*
Energize Cooler Water Pump K6
EXVA X
Enter Desired EXVA Position
EXVB X
Enter Desired EXVB Position
HGBRA X*
Energize Hot Gas Bypass Relay
HGBRB X*
Energize Hot Gas Bypass Relay
MMA X*
Enter Desired Motormaster® Device A Output Signal
MMB X*
Enter Desired Motormaster Device B Output Signal
During compressor test, compressors will start and run for
10 seconds. Compressor service valves and liquid line
valves must be open. Energize crankcase heaters 24 hours
prior to performing compressor tests.
2 COMPRESSORS
COMP
Compressor and Unloader Test
CPA1 X
Test Compressor A1
CPA2 X*
Test Compressor A2
CPA3 X*
Test Compressor A3
CPA4 X*
Test Compressor A4
CPB1 X
Test Compressor B1
CPB2 X*
Test Compressor B2
CPB3 X*
Test Compressor B3
CPB4 X*
Test Compressor B4
ULA1 X*
Energize Unloader A1
ULA2 X*
Energize Unloader A2
ULB1 X*
Energize Unloader B1
ULB2 X*
Energize Unloader B2
*Must be configured.
Fig. 51 — Start-Up and Diagnostic Information; 30GN130-210, 230A-315A, 330A/B-420A/B (cont)
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SCHEDULE FUNCTION
The Schedule function key
is used to configure the unit occupancy schedule. The clock select subfunction can be used for unoccupied
shutdown or unoccupied setback depending on the cooling set point control configuration. The Schedule function described is for clock 1, which
is the internal clock. Password required for all subfunctions except override.
SUBFUNCTION
KEYPAD ENTRY
1 OVERRIDE
DISPLAY
COMMENT
OVRD X
Number of Override Hrs (0 - 4 Hrs)
OVRD 3
Extended Occupied Time
CLOCK XX
Type of Clock Control
For example: To extend current occupied mode for 3 hrs, press:
2 CLOCK SELECT
0 = No Clock, 1 = Clock 1 (Internal)
PERIOD 1
Period 1 Time Schedule
OCC HH.MM
Occupied Time
UNO HH.MM
Unoccupied Time
MON X
Monday Flag
TUE X
Tuesday Flag
WED X
Wednesday Flag
THU X
Thursday Flag
FRI X
Friday Flag
SAT X
Saturday Flag
SUN X
Sunday Flag
HOL X
Holiday Flag
4 PERIOD 2
PERIOD 2
Period 2 Time Schedule
5 PERIOD 3 ... 9 PERIOD 7
PERIOD 3 ...
PERIOD 7
Period 3 ... Period 7 Time Schedule
PERIOD8
Period 8 Time Schedule
New = Unassigned Holiday Date
HOLIDAYS
Define Calendar Holidays
MM = Month
DD = Day of Month
NN = Duration of Holiday Period in Days
MM.DD.NN
Holiday 1 Start Date and Duration
MM.DD.NN
Holiday 2 Start Date and Duration
MM.DD.NN
Holiday 29 Start Date and Duration
MM.DD.NN
Holiday 30 Start Date and Duration
3 PERIOD 1
Yes = Schedule Operational for that day
To toggle between inputs (Yes/No) Press:
...
10 PERIOD 8
11 HOLIDAYS
For example: To enter July 4th holiday press: 07.04.01
. Display will show Jul 04 01. For further information on the Schedule function and
its operation, refer to the base unit Installation, Start-Up, and Service instructions.
Fig. 51 — Start-Up and Diagnostic Information; 30GN130-210, 230A-315A, 330A/B-420A/B (cont)
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SERVICE FUNCTION
To view and modify configurations, the password must be entered under the log on subfunction.
SUBFUNCTION
KEYPAD ENTRY
DISPLAY
1 LOG ON
COMMENT
PASSWORD
Enter Password/Disable Password Protection
LOGGEDON
Logged On
At this time, configurations may be modified. When finished viewing and/or modifying configurations, log out as follows:
2 VERSION
LOGGEDON
Logged On
LOG OFF
Disable Password Protection
EXIT LOG
Logged OFF/ENABLE Password Protection
VERSION
Software Information
XXXXXXXX
Version No. of Software (CESRXX)
X
Language Options
The next 3 subfunctions provide the ability to modify configurations. Refer to base unit Installation, Start-Up, and Service Instructions for further
information on changing configurations.
To change a configuration, enter the new configuration and press
while on the correct configuration.
FACT CFG
3 FACTORY CONFIGURATION
4 FIELD CONFIGURATION
Factory Configuration Codes
X
Configuration Code 1
X
Configuration Code 2
X
Configuration Code 3
X
Configuration Code 4
X
Configuration Code 5
X
Configuration Code 6
FLD CFG
Adjustable Field Configurations
ENO X
CCN Element Address
BUS X
CCN Bus Number
BAUD X
CCN Baud Rate
FLUID X
Cooler Fluid Select
UNITS X
Display Unit Select
LANG X
Display Language Select
NULA X
No. Circuit A Unloaders
NULB X
No. Circuit B Unloaders
HGB X
Hot Gas Bypass Select
SEQT X
Loading Sequence Select
SEQF X
Lead/Lag Sequence Select
OPS X
Oil Pressure Switch Select
HEADT X
Head Pressure Control Type
HEADM X
Head Pressure Control Method
Fig. 51 — Start-Up and Diagnostic Information; 30GN130-210, 230A-315A, 330A/B-420A/B (cont)
62
SERVICE FUNCTION (cont)
SUBFUNCTION
4 FIELD CONFIGURATION
(cont)
KEYPAD ENTRY
DISPLAY
5 SERVICE CONFIGURATION
COMMENT
MM X
Motormaster® Device Select
CSPTYP X
Cooling Set Point Control Select
CRTYP X
Cooling Reset Control Select
ERTYP X
External Reset Sensor Select
LSTYP X
Demand Limit Control Select
RAMP X
Ramp Load Select
LOCK X
Cooler Pump Interlock Select
CPC X
Cooler Pump Control Select
SRV CFG
Service Configurations
X
Configuration Code 7
X
Configuration Code 8
REFRIG X
Refrigerant
TDTYP X
Pressure Transducer Select
OPS X
Oil Transducer Set Point
LPS X
Low Pressure Set Point
FANTYP X
Fan Staging Select
SH X
EXV Superheat Set Point
MOP X
EXV MOP Set Point
HISTORY FUNCTION
SUBFUNCTION
KEYPAD ENTRY
DISPLAY
1 RUN TIME
2 STARTS
3 ALARM HISTORY
COMMENT
RUN TIME
Run Time Information
HR X
Total Hrs Unit Has a Comp Operating
HRA X
Circuit A Run Time
HRB X
Circuit B Run Time
STARTS
Starts Information
CY X
Cycles from Stage 0 to Stage 1
CYA X
Circuit A Starts
CYB X
Circuit B Starts
ALRMHIST
Last 5 Alarms
ALARM X
ALARM X
ALARM X
ALARM X
ALARM X
}
Alarm Description
Fig. 51 — Start-Up and Diagnostic Information; 30GN130-210, 230A-315A, 330A/B-420A/B (cont)
63
SET POINT FUNCTION
To read a set point, go to the proper subfunction and read desired set point. To change a set point, enter the new set point value, then press
LOCAL/ENABLE-STOP-CCN switch must be in LOCAL or STOP position.
SUBFUNCTION
1 SET POINTS
2 RESET SET POINTS
3 DEMAND SET POINTS
4 DATE AND TIME
KEYPAD ENTRY
DISPLAY
COMMENT
SET POINT
Unit Set Point
CSP1 X
Chiller Fluid Set Point 1
CSP2 X
Chiller Fluid Set Point 2
HSPA X
Head Pressure Set Point Circuit A
HSPB X
Head Pressure Set Point Circuit B
CRAMP X
Pulldown Limit
RESET
Reset Set Points
CRST2 X*
Cooling Max Reset
CREF2 X*
Max Reset Occurs at X mA or Degree
CRST1 X*
Cooling Minimum Reset
CREF1 X*
Min Reset Occurs at X mA or Degree
DEMAND
Demand Set Points
DLS X*
Demand Switch 1 Set Point
DLS2 X*
Demand Switch 2 Set Point
DMAX X*
4-20 mA Maximum Demand Limit
RMAX X*
Maximum Demand Limit Occurs at X mA
DMIN X*
4-20 mA Minimum Demand Limit
RMIN X*
Minimum Demand Limit Occurs at X mA
SHED X*
CCN Loadshed Amount
DATE.TIME
Date, Time and Day of Week
DAY.HR.MIN
Day 1 = Mon, 2 = Tues. . .7 = Sun
MM.DD.YR
Hours are displayed in 24-hr time. Decimal
point serves as colon.
Month.Day.Year. When entering date, enter
a decimal point between entries. Each entry must
be 2 numbers.
*Must be configured.
Fig. 51 — Start-Up and Diagnostic Information; 30GN130-210, 230A-315A, 330A/B-420A/B (cont)
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Fig. 52 — Start-Up and Diagnostic Information; 30GT,GU040-070
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Fig. 52 — Start-Up and Diagnostic Information; 30GT,GU040-070 (cont)
66
Fig. 53 — Start-Up and Diagnostic Information; 30GT,GU080-110, 230B-315B
67
COMP
COND
EXV
POT
SAT
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Compressor
Condensing
Electronic Expansion Valve
Potentiometer
Saturated
*And associated modular units.
NOTES:
1. Freeze protection trips at 35 F for water and 6 F below set point for brine units. Resets at 6 F above set point.
2. Illegal unit configuration caused by missing programmable header, or both unloader DIP switches are on.
3. All automatic reset failures that cause the unit to stop will restart the unit when the error has been corrected.
4. All manual reset errors must be reset by turning the control switch to OFF, then ON position.
5. Valid resistance range for thermistors is 362,939 ohms to 216.65 ohms.
Fig. 53 — Start-Up and Diagnostic Information; 30GT,GU080-110, 230B-315B (cont)
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To start the unit, the START/STOP switch must be moved
to the START position. The control will then proceed to the
initialization mode and will remain in this mode for approximately 2 minutes. During this time period, the number
will be displayed at the LED on the set point board. If the display button is pushed during this time period, the control will
go into the quick test mode, which is indicated by the number
being displayed in the display LED on the set point
board. For more information on the quick test, see the base unit
Controls and Troubleshooting book.
The stage number represents the stage of capacity at which
the unit is running. For more information on unit actual capacity, refer to the base unit Installation and Start-Up instructions.
The operating status information codes inform the operator
of special controls that are in effect (for example, load shed or
temperature reset). For more information on installation and
operation of these special controls, refer to the Controls and
Troubleshooting instructions. Table A below lists all operating
status codes.
The overload information codes indicate why a circuit,
compressor, or the unit is shut off. For a more detailed explanation of the failures, action taken by the microprocessor, and the
possible causes of the failure, see the Controls and Troubleshooting instructions. A summary of the codes is listed in
Table B.
After the initial time delay has passed, the
will be
removed from the display and the display will be turned off. To
view the display, hold in the display button. The numbers
shown in the display will have the following significance.
CODES
0-12
20-26
51-87
Table A — Operating Status Codes
CATEGORY
Stage Number
Operating Status Information
Overload Information
CODES
20
21
22
24
26
88
Under normal operation only the stage number will be displayed. If status codes or overload codes are being displayed,
then the display will rotate every 2 seconds and will display up
to 3 codes.
CATEGORY
Initialization Mode
Temperature Reset in Effect
Demand Limit in Effect
Pulldown Control in Effect
Remote Off in Effect
Quick Test
THERMISTORS
CODE NAME
T1
T2
T3
T4
T5
T6
T7
T8
T10
DESCRIPTION
Leaving Cooler Water
Entering Cooler Water
Saturated Condensing Temperature — Circuit A
Saturated Condensing Temperature — Circuit B
Saturated Suction Temperature — Circuit A
Saturated Suction Temperature — Circuit B
Superheated Gas Entering Piston — Circuit A
Superheated Gas Entering Piston — Circuit B
Reset Temperature Sensor (Accessory Only)
FIG A — COMPRESSOR SENSOR LOCATION
LOCATION
Leaving Water Nozzle
Entering Water Baffle Space
Header End of Coil (Fig. B)
Header End of Coil (Fig. B)
Cooler Head Near Liquid Nozzle
Cooler Head Near Liquid Nozzle
Lead Compressor — Circuit A (Fig. A)
Lead Compressor — Circuit B (Fig. A)
—
FIG. B — TYPICAL SATURATED CONDENSING
TEMPERATURE LOCATION
Fig. 54 — Start-Up and Diagnostic Information; 30GT,GU130-210, 230A-315A, 330A/B-420A/B
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Table B — Overload Information Codes
DISPLAY
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
84
85
86
87
CGF
EXV
HPS
POT
—
—
—
—
DESCRIPTION OF FAILURE
Compressor
Unit 30GT,GU*
No. Failure
130 (60 Hz)
A1
130 (50 Hz), 150
A1
170, 190
A1
210
A1
130 (60 Hz)
A2
130 (50 Hz), 150
A2
170, 190
A2
210
A2
130 (60 Hz)
—
130 (50 Hz), 150
A3
170, 190
A3
210
A3
130 (60 Hz)
—
130 (50 Hz), 150
—
170, 190
—
210
A4
130 (60 Hz)
B1
130 (50 Hz), 150
B1
170, 190
B1
210
B1
130 (60 Hz)
B2
130 (50 Hz), 150
B2
170, 190
B2
210
B2
130 (60 Hz)
—
130 (50 Hz), 150
—
170, 190
B3
210
B3
130 (60 Hz)
—
130 (50 Hz), 150
—
170, 190
—
210
—
Loss-of-Charge — Circuit A
Loss-of-Charge — Circuit B
Low Cooler Flow
Low Oil Pressure — Circuit A
Low Oil Pressure — Circuit B
Freeze Protection
High Suction Superheat — Circuit A
High Suction Superheat — Circuit B
Low Suction Superheat — Circuit A
Low Suction Superheat — Circuit B
Illegal Unit Configuration
Leaving Water Thermistor Failure
Entering Water Thermistor Failure
Saturated Condenser Thermistor Failure — Circuit A
Saturated Condenser Thermistor Failure — Circuit B
Cooler Thermistor Failure — Circuit A
Cooler Thermistor Failure — Circuit B
Compressor Thermistor Failure — Circuit A
Compressor Thermistor Failure — Circuit B
Reset Temperature Failure
Leaving Water Set Point POT Failure
Reset Limit Set Point POT Failure
Demand Limit POT Failure
Reset Ratio POT Failure
Reset Set Point POT Failure
ACTION TAKEN
BY CONTROL
RESET
METHOD
Circuit A Shut Off
Manual
HPS or CGF on Circuit A (any
Compressor in Circuit A)
Compressor Shut Off
Manual
HPS
Compressor Shut Off
Manual
HPS
Compressor Shut Off
Manual
HPS
Circuit B Shut Off
Manual
HPS or CGF on Circuit B (any
Compressor in Circuit B)
Compressor Shut Off
Manual
HPS
Compressor Shut Off
Manual
HPS
—
—
Circuit A Shut Off
Circuit B Shut Off
Unit Shut Off
Circuit A Shut Off
Circuit B Shut Off
Unit Shut Off
Circuit A Shut Off
Circuit B Shut Off
Circuit A Shut Off
Circuit B Shut Off
Unit Will Not Start
Unit Shut Off
Use Default Value
Unit Shut Off
Unit Shut Off
Unit Shut Off
Unit Shut Off
Unit Shut Off
Unit Shut Off
Stop Reset
Use Default Value
Stop Reset
Stop Demand Limit
Stop Reset
Stop Reset
Manual
Manual
Manual
Manual
Manual
Auto.
Manual
Manual
Manual
Manual
Manual
Auto.
Auto.
Auto.
Auto.
Auto.
Auto.
Auto.
Auto.
Auto.
Auto.
Auto.
Auto.
Auto.
Auto.
LEGEND
Circuit Ground Fault
Electronic Expansion Valve
High-Pressure Switch
Potentiometer
PROBABLE CAUSE
—
Low Refrigerant Charge, or Loss-of-Charge
Pressure Switch Failure
No Cooler Flow or Reversed Cooler Flow
Oil Pump Failure or Low Oil Level, or
Switch Failure
Low Cooler Flow
Low Charge, or EXV Failure, or Plugged
Filter Drier
EXV Failure
Configuration Error (See Note 2)
Thermistor Failure, Wiring Error, or Thermistor
Not Connected to Processor Board.
Potentiometer Improperly Connected,
Potentiometer Setting Out of Range
— Potentiometer Failure, or Wiring Error.
NOTES:
1. Freeze protection trips at 35 F for water and 6° F below set point for brine
units. Resets at 6° F above set point.
2. Illegal unit configuration caused by missing programmable header or both
unloader DIP switches on.
3. All Auto. reset failures that cause the unit to stop will restart the unit when
the error has been corrected.
4. All manual reset errors must be reset by turning the control switch off and
on.
5. Valid resistance range for thermistors is 362,939 ohms to 216.65 ohms.
*And associated modular units. See Table 1.
Fig. 54 — Start-Up and Diagnostic Information; 30GT,GU130-210, 230A-315A, 330A/B-410A/B (cont)
70
71
Fig. 55 — Field Wiring; 30GN040-070; All Voltages
72
Fig. 56 — Field Wiring; 30GN080-110; All Voltages
Fig. 57 — Field Control Wiring; Unit Sizes 30GN130-210
73
Fig. 58 — Field Power Wiring; Unit Size 30GN,GT,GU130-210; All Voltages
74
75
Fig. 59 — Field Wiring; 30GN230A/B-315A/B; All Voltages
76
Fig. 60 — Field Wiring; 30GN330A/B-420A/B; All Voltages
77
Fig. 61 — Field Wiring; 30GT,GU040-070; All Voltages
78
Fig. 62 — Field Wiring; 30GT,GU080-110; All Voltages
Fig. 63 — Field Control Wiring; 30GT,GU130-210; All Voltages
79
80
Fig. 64 — Field Wiring; 30GT,GU230A/B-315A/B; All Voltages
81
Fig. 65 — Field Wiring; 30GT,GU330A/B-420A/B; All Voltages
Fig. 66 — 30GN,GT,GU040-050; 575 V Motormaster® Control Units
82
Fig. 67 — 30GN,GT,GU060, 070; 575 V Motormaster® Control Units
83
Fig. 68 — 30GN,GT,GU080-110, 230B-315B; 575 V Motormaster® Control Units
84
Fig. 69 — 30GN,GT,GU130-210, 230A-315A, 330A/B-420A/B; 575 V Motormaster® Control Units
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DUAL SET POINT REQUIREMENT
fault code. The reset limit potentiometer must be set to the difference between the low and high set point temperature. The
chiller reset ratio potentiometer should be set at 100%. If a
fault code of 86 is displayed on the LED, reduce the value
slightly to eliminate the fault code.
OPERATION — The chiller will supply fluid at the higher set
point when no power is supplied to the dual set point relay
(DSPR). When power is applied to the DSPR, the chiller will
supply fluid at the lower temperature. For example: For a dual
set point temperature of 44 F (6.7 C) and 26 F (–3.3 C) fluid,
the chiller will supply fluid at 26 F (–3.3 C) when the relay
DSPR is energized, and 44 F (6.7 C) when it is not — with the
necessary accessories installed and the following control
devices set at these values:
30GT,GU Only — For installations requiring dual set
point capability, the accessory reset board is required.
To operate the chiller with a dual set point, the fluid should
be properly chosen for temperature application. The chilled
fluid set point is achieved by field installation of a single-pole,
double-throw relay of the appropriate control voltage, with a
single-pole, single-throw switch and resistors wired to TB6-1
and -2 as shown in Fig. 70.
On the processor board, remove the cover to the DIP (dual
in-line package) switches. Set DIP switch no. 1 to OFF position, and set DIP switch no. 2 to ON position to enable reset.
ON-OFF switch must be in OFF position before changing the
setting of the DIP switch.
The chilled liquid set point must be set to the lower of the
2 temperatures selected.
ACCESSORY RESET BOARD — Chilled reset temperature
potentiometer should be set between 90 and 95 F (32 and
35 C). If a fault code of 87 is displayed on the LED
(light-emitting diode), reduce the value slightly to eliminate the
Chilled Liquid Set Point:
Chiller Reset Temperature:
Reset Limit Potentiometer:
Reset Ratio
F
26
95
18°
100%
TB6-1
R1
DSPR
R2
TB6-2
FIELD
SUPPLIED
CONTROL
POWER
DSPR
R1
R2
SW
TB
—
—
—
—
—
DSPR
SW
LEGEND
Dual Set Point Relay
Resistor 1, 13k ohm (40 F/4.5 C)
Resistor 2, 2.7k ohm (105 F/40.5 C)
Switch
Terminal Block
Fig. 70 — Dual Set Point Wiring
86
C
–3.3
35
10°
Copyright 2000 Carrier Corporation
Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.
PC 903
Catalog No. 533-071
Printed in U.S.A.
Form 30G-4W
Pg 88
2-00
Replaces: 30G-3W
Book 2
Tab 5c