White Rodgers | 1F95-377 | Specifications | White Rodgers 1F95-377 Specifications

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
PACKAGE AIR CONDITIONERS
FEATURING EARTH-FRIENDLY R-410A REFRIGERANT:
RSNL- 13 SEER (2-5 TONS)
RSPL- 14 SEER (2-5 TONS)
refrigerant
(14 SEER ONLY)
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RECOGNIZE THIS SYMBOL AS AN INDICATION OF IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION!
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WARNING
THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE INTENDED AS AN AID TO
QUALIFIED, LICENSED SERVICE PERSONNEL FOR PROPER
INSTALLATION, ADJUSTMENT AND OPERATION OF THIS UNIT.
READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY BEFORE
ATTEMPTING INSTALLATION OR OPERATION. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN IMPROPER
INSTALLATION, ADJUSTMENT, SERVICE OR MAINTENANCE
POSSIBLY RESULTING IN FIRE, ELECTRICAL SHOCK,
PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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III.
IV.
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VI.
VII.
VIII.
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XII.
XIII.
XIV.
XV.
XVI.
XVII.
XVIII.
XIX.
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XXI.
XXII.
XXIII.
XXIV.
XXV.
Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Checking Product Received . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
A. General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
B. Major Components. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
C. R-410A Refrigerant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1. Specifications of R-410A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
2. Quick Reference Guide for R-410A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
3. Evaporator Coil / TXV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
4. Tools Required for Installing & Servicing R-410A Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
D. Comfort Alert System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
1. Comfort Alert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
2. High Pressure Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
3. Low Pressure Control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
4. Comfort Alert With Active Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Equipment Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Unit Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-11
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
A. General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
1. Pre-Installation Check Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
2. Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
B. Outside Slab Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
C. Clearances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
D. Rooftop Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Ductwork . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Conversion Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Condensate Drain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Electrical Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
A. Power Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
B. Special Instructions for Power Wiring with Aluminum Conductors. . . . . . . . . 17
C. Control Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
D. Internal Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
E. Grounding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
F. Thermostat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Indoor Air Flow Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Crankcase Heat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Pre-Start Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Startup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Auxiliary Heat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
A. Control System Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
RSNL/RSPL Blower Motor Speed Taps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
General Data. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-27
Electrical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Airflow Performance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29-32
Heater Kits Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33-34
Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35-40
Charge Charts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41-48
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Comfort Alert Diagnostic Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50-51
IMPORTANT: TO INSURE PROPER INSTALLATION AND OPERATION OF
THIS PRODUCT, COMPLETELY READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS PRIOR TO
ATTEMPTING TO ASSEMBLE, INSTALL, OPERATE, MAINTAIN OR REPAIR
THIS PRODUCT. UPON UNPACKING OF THE FURNACE, INSPECT ALL
PARTS FOR DAMAGE PRIOR TO INSTALLATION AND START-UP.
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I. SAFETY INFORMATION
! WARNING
PROPOSITION 65: THIS APPLIANCE CONTAINS FIBERGLASS INSULATION.
RESPIRABLE PARTICLES OF FIBERGLASS ARE KNOWN TO THE STATE OF
CALIFORNIA TO CAUSE CANCER.
! WARNING
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
DISCONNECT ALL POWER TO THE UNIT BEFORE STARTING MAINTENANCE.
FAILURE TO DO SO CAN RESULT IN SEVERE ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR
DEATH.
! WARNING
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.
! WARNING
DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, CONNECT RETURN DUCTWORK TO
ANY OTHER HEAT PRODUCING DEVICE SUCH AS A FIREPLACE INSERT,
STOVE, ETC. UNAUTHORIZED USE OF SUCH DEVICES MAY RESULT IN FIRE,
CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING, EXPLOSION, PROPERTY DAMAGE,
SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
! WARNING
THE UNIT MUST BE PERMANENTLY GROUNDED. A GROUNDING LUG IS PROVIDED IN THE ELECTRIC HEAT KIT FOR A GROUND WIRE. (SEE FIGURES 12
AND 13.) FAILURE TO GROUND THIS UNIT CAN RESULT IN FIRE OR ELECTRICAL SHOCK CAUSING PROPERTY DAMAGE, SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY OR
DEATH.
! WARNING
ONLY ELECTRIC HEATER KITS SUPPLIED BY THIS MANUFACTURER AS
DESCRIBED IN THIS PUBLICATION HAVE BEEN DESIGNED, TESTED, AND
EVALUATED BY A NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED SAFETY TESTING AGENCY
FOR USE WITH THIS UNIT. USE OF ANY OTHER MANUFACTURED ELECTRIC
HEATERS INSTALLED WITHIN THIS UNIT MAY CAUSE HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS RESULTING IN PROPERTY DAMAGE, FIRE, BODILY INJURY OR
DEATH.
! WARNING
DISCONNECT MAIN ELECTRICAL POWER TO THE UNIT BEFORE ATTEMPTING
TO CHANGE BLOWER SPEEDS. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY RESULT IN ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
! CAUTION
R-410A systems operate at higher pressures than R-22 systems. Do not use
R-22 service equipment or components on R-410A equipment.
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! WARNING
IMPORTANT: ALL MANUFACTURER PRODUCTS MEET CURRENT
FEDERAL OSHA GUIDELINES FOR
SAFETY. CALIFORNIA
PROPOSITION 65 WARNINGS ARE
REQUIRED FOR CERTAIN PRODUCTS, WHICH ARE NOT COVERED
BY THE OSHA STANDARDS.
CALIFORNIA'S PROPOSITION 65
REQUIRES WARNINGS FOR PRODUCTS SOLD IN CALIFORNIA THAT
CONTAIN, OR PRODUCE, ANY OF
OVER 600 LISTED CHEMICALS
KNOWN TO THE STATE OF
CALIFORNIA TO CAUSE CANCER
OR BIRTH DEFECTS SUCH AS
FIBERGLASS INSULATION, LEAD
IN BRASS, AND COMBUSTION
PRODUCTS FROM NATURAL GAS.
ALL “NEW EQUIPMENT” SHIPPED
FOR SALE IN CALIFORNIA WILL
HAVE LABELS STATING THAT THE
PRODUCT CONTAINS AND/OR
PRODUCES PROPOSITION 65
CHEMICALS. ALTHOUGH WE HAVE
NOT CHANGED OUR PROCESSES,
HAVING THE SAME LABEL ON ALL
OUR PRODUCTS FACILITATES
MANUFACTURING AND SHIPPING.
WE CANNOT ALWAYS KNOW
“WHEN, OR IF” PRODUCTS WILL
BE SOLD IN THE CALIFORNIA
MARKET.
YOU MAY RECEIVE INQUIRIES
FROM CUSTOMERS ABOUT CHEMICALS FOUND IN, OR PRODUCED
BY, SOME OF OUR HEATING AND
AIR-CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT,
OR FOUND IN NATURAL GAS USED
WITH SOME OF OUR PRODUCTS.
LISTED BELOW ARE THOSE CHEMICALS AND SUBSTANCES COMMONLY ASSOCIATED WITH SIMILAR EQUIPMENT IN OUR INDUSTRY AND OTHER MANUFACTURERS.
• GLASS WOOL (FIBERGLASS)
INSULATION
• CARBON MONOXIDE (CO)
• FORMALDEHYDE
• BENZENE
MORE DETAILS ARE AVAILABLE
AT THE WEBSITES FOR OSHA
(OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND
HEALTH ADMINISTRATION), AT
WWW.OSHA.GOV AND THE STATE
OF CALIFORNIA'S OEHHA (OFFICE
OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
HAZARD ASSESSMENT), AT
WWW.OEHHA.ORG. CONSUMER
EDUCATION IS IMPORTANT SINCE
THE CHEMICALS AND SUBSTANCES ON THE LIST ARE
FOUND IN OUR DAILY LIVES. MOST
CONSUMERS ARE AWARE THAT
PRODUCTS PRESENT SAFETY AND
HEALTH RISKS, WHEN IMPROPERLY USED, HANDLED AND MAINTAINED.
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II. INTRODUCTION
This booklet contains the installation and operating instructions for your self-contained
air conditioner. There are a few precautions that should be taken to derive maximum
satisfaction from it. Improper installation can result in unsatisfactory operation or dangerous conditions.
Read this booklet and any instructions packaged with separate equipment required to
make up the system prior to installation. Give this booklet to the owner and explain its
provisions. The owner should retain this booklet for future reference.
III. 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.
Check the unit model number, electrical characteristics, and accessories to determine if
they are correct.
IV. SPECIFICATIONS
A. GENERAL
The Packaged Air Conditioner is available without heat or with 5, 10, or 15 kW electric
heat. Cooling capacities of 2, 21⁄2, 3, 31⁄2 , 4 and 5 nominal tons of cooling are available.
Units are convertible from end supply and return to bottom supply and return by relocation of supply and return air access panels. See cover installation detail.
The units are weatherized for mounting outside of the building.
! WARNING
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.
The information on the rating plate is in compliance with the FTC and DOE rating for single phase units. The following information is for three phase units which are not covered
under the DOE certification program.
1. The energy consumption of the ignition system used with this unit is 9 watts.
2. The efficiency rating of this unit is a product thermal efficiency rating determined
under continuous operating conditions independent of any installed system.
B. MAJOR COMPONENTS
The unit includes a hermetically-sealed refrigerating system (consisting of a compressor,
condenser coil, evaporator coil with capillary tube assembly), a circulation air blower, a
condenser fan, and all necessary internal electrical wiring. The cooling system of these
units is factory-evacuated, charged and performance tested. Refrigerant amount and
type are indicated on rating plate.
C. R-410A REFRIGERANT
All units are factory charged with R-410A refrigerant.
1. Specification of R-410A:
Application: R-410A is not a drop-in replacement for R-22; equipment designs must
accommodate its higher pressures. It cannot be retrofitted into R-22 units.
Pressure: The pressure of R-410A is approximately 60% (1.6 times) greater than
R-22. Recovery and recycle equipment, pumps, hoses and the like need to have design
pressure ratings appropriate for R-410A. Manifold sets need to range up to 800 psig
high-side and 250 psig low-side with a 550 psig low-side retard. Hoses need to have a
service pressure rating of 800 psig. Recovery cylinders need to have a 400 psig service
pressure rating. DOT 4BA400 or DOT BW400.
Combustibility: At pressures above 1 atmosphere, mixture of R-410A and air can
become combustible. R-410A and air should never be mixed in tanks or supply
lines, or be allowed to accumulate in storage tanks. Leak checking should never
! WARNING
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.
be done with a mixture of R-410A and air. Leak checking can be performed safely
with nitrogen or a mixture of R-410A and nitrogen.
2. Quick Reference Guide For R-410A
• R-410A refrigerant operates at approximately 60% higher pressure (1.6 times) than R22. Ensure that servicing equipment is designed to operate with R-410A.
• R-410A refrigerant cylinders are pink.
• R-410A, as with other HFC’s is only compatible with POE oils.
• Vacuum pumps will not remove moisture from POE oil.
• R-410A systems are to be charged with liquid refrigerants. Prior to March 1999, R410A refrigerant cylinders had a dip tube. These cylinders should be kept upright for
equipment charging. Post March 1999 cylinders do not have a dip tube and should
be inverted to ensure liquid charging of the equipment.
• Do not install a suction line filter drier in the liquid line.
• A liquid line filter drier is standard on every unit.
• Desiccant (drying agent) must be compatible for POE oils and R-410A.
3. Evaporator Coil / TXV
The thermostatic expansion valve is specifically designed to operate with R-410A. DO
NOT use an R-22 TXV. The existing evaporator must be replaced with the factory
specified TXV evaporator specifically designed for R-410A.
4. Tools Required For Installing & Servicing R-410A Models
Manifold Sets:
-Up to 800 PSIG High side
-Up to 250 PSIG Low Side
-550 PSIG Low Side Retard
Manifold Hoses:
-Service Pressure Rating of 800 PSIG
Recovery Cylinders:
-400 PSIG Pressure Rating
-Dept. of Transportation 4BA400 or BW400
! CAUTION
FIGURE 1
LED DESCRIPTION
R-410A systems operate at higher pressures than R-22 systems. Do not use
R-22 service equipment or components on R-410A equipment.
D. COMFORT ALERT™ SYSTEM (5 TON RSPL MODEL ONLY)
1. Comfort Alert™
The Comfort Alert™ diagnostics module is for troubleshooting air conditioning system
failures. By monitoring and analyzing data from the compressor and the thermostat
demand, the module can accurately detect the cause of electrical and system-related
failures without any external sensors. A flashing LED indicator communicates the
ALERT code and guides the service technician more quickly and accurately to the root
cause of a problem.
POWER LED (Green): indicates voltage is present at the power connection of the
module.
ALERT LED (Yellow): communicates an abnormal system condition through a unique
flash code. The ALERT LED will flash a number of times consecutively, pause and
then repeat the process. The number of consecutive flashes, defined as the Flash
Code, correlates to a particular abnormal condition. Detailed descriptions of specific
ALERT Flash Codes are shown in the Comfort Alert Diagnosis Chart in this manual.
TRIP LED (Red): indicates there is a demand signal from the thermostat but no current to the compressor is detected by the module. The TRIP LED typically indicates
the compressor internal overload protector is open or may indicate missing high voltage supply power to the compressor.
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When an abnormal system condition occurs, the Comfort Alert module displays the
appropriate ALERT and/or TRIP LED. The yellow ALERT LED will flash a number
of times consecutively, pause and then repeat the process. To identify a Flash
Code number, count the number of consecutive flashes.
IMPORTANT: Every time the module powers up, the last ALERT Flash Code that
occurred prior to shut down is displayed for one minute. The module will continue to
display the flash code until the condition returns to normal or if 24VAC power is
removed from the module.
The control box cover allows access to the Comfort Alert™ status LEDs. An abbreviated Comfort Alert™ diagnostic chart is provided on the control box cover.
2. High Pressure Control (HPC)
The high pressure control (HPC) keeps the compressor from operating in pressure
ranges, which can cause damage to the compressor. This is an auto-reset control that
opens near 610 PSIG and closes once the system pressure drops below 420 PSIG.
The high pressure control is wired in the 24VAC side of the control circuitry.
3. Low Pressure Control (LPC)
The low pressure control (LPC) keeps the compressor from operating in pressure
ranges that can cause damage to the compressor. This is an auto-reset control that
opens near 90 PSIG and closes once the system pressure rises above 135 PSIG.
The low pressure control is wired in the common side of the control circuitry.
4. Comfort Alert With Active Protection
(When Used With White-Rodgers Thermostat 1F95-CA397)
A two-stage cooling thermostat is required for proper unit operation.
Manufacturer recommends the use of the White-Rodgers 90-Series thermostat
(model 1F95-CA397). This thermostat provides active compressor protection via the L
terminal when the Comfort-Alert module on the unit is connected to the L terminal on the
thermostat.
FIGURE 2
WHITE-RODGERS 90-SERIES THERMOSTAT
FIGURE 3
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The Comfort Alert diagnostics module diagnoses system and electrical problems in
the air conditioning system. Abnormal conditions are indicated by flashing
ALERT codes on the yellow LED on the Comfort Alert module. The flash codes are
transmitted to the thermostat when the L terminal on the Comfort Alert Module is
connected to the L terminal on the thermostat. The White-Rodgers 1F95-CA397
thermostat displays a CHECK SYSTEM icon that flashes at the same rate as the
yellow ALERT LED on the Comfort Alert module. Turn this feature ON to achieve
protection, enabling the thermostat to identify certain fault codes when compressor damage is possible and react to those codes by turning the compressor off.
NOTE: The Comfort Alert™ module does not provide safety protection! It does not disconnect power from the unit.
Comfort Alert™ Flash Codes
1 – Long Run Time
2 – System Pressure Trip
3 – Short Cycling
4 – Locked Rotor
5 – Open Circuit
6 – Open Start Circuit
7 – Open Run Circuit
8 – Welded Contactor
9 – Low Voltage
See Figure 44 and 45 (Comfort Alert Diagnostic Charts) for more troubleshooting information.
Active protection occurs under the following conditions:
1) Flash Code 2 - System Pressure Trip
Condition: Four consecutive compressor protector trips occur where the
average run time until trip is between 1 minute and 15 minutes
Possible causes:
Low suction pressure
• Low pressure switch is open
• Low system charge
Blocked condenser coil
Restricted condenser air flow
Active Thermostat Reaction:
The thermostat will cycle the system ON for 5 minutes and OFF for
five minutes to verify system fault. If this ON/OFF cycling repeats for
30 ten-minute cycles, the thermostat concludes there is a system
problem and implements a hard lockout.
2) Flash Code 3 - Short Cycling
Condition: A pattern of short cycling emerges where the run time for the
previous four cycles is less than three minutes each.
Possible causes:
High head pressure
• High pressure switch is open
• System overcharged
• Non-condensables in system
Faulty thermostat
Intermittent contactor
Active Thermostat Reaction:
The thermostat will cycle the system ON for 5 minutes and OFF for
five minutes to verify the system fault. If this ON/OFF cycling repeats for
30 ten-minute cycles, the thermostat concludes there is a system
problem and implements a hard lockout.
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3) Flash Code 4 - Locked Rotor
Condition: The compressor internal overload trips where the average run
time is less than 15 seconds.
Possible causes:
Bad run capacitor
Low line voltage
Excessive liquid refrigerant in compressor
Compressor bearings are seized
Faulty hard start components
Active Thermostat Reaction:
The thermostat implements a hard lockout once this error is sensed.
4) Flash Code 6 - Open Start Circuit
Condition: Current is detected in the run circuit but not in the start circuit.
Possible causes:
Bad run capacitor
Open circuit in compressor start wiring or connections.
Compressor start winding is damaged
Active thermostat reaction:
The thermostat implements a hard lockout after 3 hours.
5) Flash Code 7 - Open Run Circuit
Condition: Open circuit in compressor run wiring or connections.
Compressor run winding is damaged.
Active Thermostat Reaction:
The thermostat implements a hard lockout after 3 hours.
Resetting the White-Rodgers Thermostat After a Hard Lockout
The White-Rodgers thermostat will automatically reset after a hard lockout once the
Comfort Alert trouble code has been cleared.
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V. EQUIPMENT PROTECTION
IV. (Corrosive Environment)
The metal parts of this unit may be subject to rust or deterioration if exposed to a corrosive environment. This oxidation could shorten the equipment’s useful life. Corrosive elements include, but are not limited to, 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.
If the unit is to be installed in an area where contaminants are likely to be a problem, special attention should be given 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 provided by a fence or shrubs may give some protection.
4. Elevating the unit off its slab or base enough to allow air circulation will help avoid
holding water against the basepan.
Regular maintenance will reduce the buildup of contaminants and help to protect
the unit’s finish.
! WARNING
DISCONNECT ALL POWER TO THE UNIT BEFORE STARTING MAINTENANCE.
FAILURE TO DO SO CAN RESULT IN SEVERE ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR
DEATH.
1. Frequent washing of the cabinet, fan blade and coil with fresh water will remove
most of the salt or other contaminants that build up on the unit.
2. Regular cleaning and waxing of the cabinet with an automobile polish will provide
some protection.
3. A 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.
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FIGURE 4
UNIT DIMENSIONS
30% ± 2%
TOP COVER
THERMOSTAT WIRING
ENTRANCE
21% ± 2%
29% ± 2%
20% ± 2%
ELECTRICAL
POWER
ENTRANCE
SIDE RETURN
DUCT OPENING
BLOWER/
EVAPORATOR
ACCESS PANEL
CORNER WEIGHTS
% OF TOTAL UNIT
WEIGHT
SIDE SUPPLY
DUCT OPENING
OUTDOOR FAN GRILLE
AND COMPRESSOR ACCESS
FILTER ACCESS
PANEL (FOR
UNIT MOUNTED
FILTER ACCESSORY)
CONTROL
ACCESS PANEL
LIQUID PRESSURE
SERVICE PORT
SUCTION PRESSURE
SERVICE PORT
OUTDOOR COIL
PROTECTIVE GRILLE
THREADED PVC CONDENSATE
DRAIN CONNECTION
(3/4 [19.05 mm] N.P.T.)
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BOTTOM VIEW
FIGURE 4 (continued)
UNIT DIMENSIONS
451⁄16
INSIDE
TOP VIEW
13⁄16
TYP.
4719⁄32
11⁄2
TYP.
BOTTOM
RETURN
DUCT
OPENING
OUTDOOR
FAN GRILLE
AND
COMPRESSOR
ACCESS
497⁄16
INSIDE
BOTTOM
SUPPLY DUCT
OPENING
141⁄4
TYP.
5013⁄16
153⁄8
199⁄16
313⁄16
THERMOSTAT
WIRE
ENTRANCE
SIDE VIEW
45⁄16
33⁄16
SIDE VIEW
FILTER ACCESS
PANEL (FOR
UNIT MOUNTED
FILTER
ACCESSORY)
11⁄8
255⁄16
OUTDOOR
COIL
PROTECTIVE
GRILLE
103⁄16
51⁄16
43⁄4
ELECTRICAL
POWER
ENTRANCE
Model # Height “A”
B024, B030,
3515⁄16"
B036
B042, B048
41"
B060, C060
BLOWER/
EVAPORATOR
ACCESS
PANEL
527⁄16
FRONT VIEW
REAR VIEW
CONTROL
ACCESS
PANEL
LIQUID
PRESSURE
SERVICE
PORT
SIDE SUPPLY
DUCT
OPENING
47⁄8
133⁄4
TYP.
75⁄16
57⁄16
21⁄2
2211⁄16
471⁄2
THREADED PVC
CONDENSATED DRAIN
CONNECTION (3/4 N.P.T.)
SUCTION
PRESSURE
SERVICE
PORT
47⁄16
81⁄2
TYP.
15
143⁄16
TYP.
191⁄8
SHOWN WITH DUCT COVERS REMOVED.
SIDE RETURN
DUCT
OPENING
IMPORTANT: Unit must be level to prevent water migration.
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VI. INSTALLATION
A. GENERAL
1. PRE-INSTALLATION CHECK-POINTS
Before attempting any installation, the following points should be carefully considered:
a. Structural strength of supporting members.
(rooftop installation)
b. Clearances and provision for servicing.
c. Power supply and wiring.
d. Air duct connections.
e. Drain facilities and connections.
f. Location for minimum noise.
2. LOCATION
These units are designed for outdoor installations. They can be mounted on a
slab or rooftop. They are not to be installed within any part of a structure such as
an attic, crawl space, closet, or any other place where condenser air flow is
restricted or other than outdoor ambient conditions prevail. Since the application
of the units is of the outdoor type, it is important to consult your local code authorities at the time the first installation is made.
B. OUTSIDE SLAB INSTALLATION
(Typical outdoor slab installations are shown in Figures 5 and 6.)
1. Select a location where external water drainage cannot collect around the unit.
2. Provide a level concrete slab extending 3" beyond all four sides of the unit. The
slab should be sufficient above grade to prevent ground water from entering the
unit. IMPORTANT: To prevent transmission of noise or vibration, slab should not
be connected to building structure.
3. The location of the unit should be such as to provide proper access for inspection
and servicing.
4. Locate unit where operating sounds will not disturb owner or neighbors.
5. Locate unit so roof runoff water does not pour directly on 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.
C. CLEARANCES
The following minimum clearances must be observed for proper unit performance
and serviceability.
1. Provide 36" minimum clearance at the front and right side of the unit for service
access. Provide 12" minimum clearance on the left side of the unit for air inlet.
2. Provide 60" minimum clearance between top of unit and maximum 3 foot overhang.
3. Unit is design certified for application on combustible flooring with 0" minimum
clearance.
4. See Figure 5 for illustration of minimum installation-service clearances.
D. ROOFTOP INSTALLATION
1. Before locating the unit on the roof, make sure that the strength of the roof and
beams is adequate at that point to support the weight involved. (See Electrical
and Physical Data Table in this manual for weight of unit.) This is very important
and user’s responsibility.
2. For rigging and roofcurb details, see Figures 7 and 8. Use accessory lift brackets
and field-furnished spreaders.
3. For roofcurb assembly, see Roofcurb Installation Instructions.
4. If the roofcurb is not used, provisions for disposing of condensate water runoff
must be provided.
5. The unit should be placed on a solid and level roofcurb or platform of adequate
strength.
6. The location of the unit on the roof should be such as to provide proper access for
inspection and servicing.
IMPORTANT: If unit will not be put into service immediately, cover supply and return
openings to prevent excessive condensation.
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FIGURE 5
FIGURE 6
PACKAGE AIR CONDITIONER – OUTSIDE SLAB INSTALLATION,
BASEMENT OR CRAWL SPACE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM.
PACKAGE AIR CONDITIONER – OUTSIDE SLAB INSTALLATION,
CLOSET DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM. SLAB FLOOR CONSTRUCTION.
SUPPLY DUCT AT
CLOSET CEILING
FILTER
GRILL
60 OVERHEAD
CLEARANCE
BRANCH
CIRCUIT
DISCONNECT
SERVICE
ACCESS PANELS
DO NOT BLOCK
ACCESS
12 CLEARANCE
WITHOUT
ECONOMIZER
24 CLEARANCE
WITH
ECONOMIZER
SLAB
FLOOR
0 MIN.
CLEARANCE
36
24 TO SERVICE
BLOWER & EVAPORATOR
POWER
SUPPLY
CONDUIT
0 CLEARANCE AROUND
SUPPLY DUCT TO
COMBUSTIBLE STRUCTURE
IMPORTANT: UNIT MUST BE LEVEL
TO PREVENT WATER MIGRATION
TRAP
THERMOSTAT
WIRE CONDUIT
I505
I504
FIGURE 7
PACKAGE AIR CONDITIONER – RIGGING FOR LIFTING
A1100-01
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FIGURE 8
ROOFCURB INSTALLATION
** BY CONTRACTOR
** FOR INSTALLATION OF DUCT AS SHOWN, USE RECOMMENDED
DUCT SIZES FROM ROOFCURB INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.
FOR DUCT FLANGE ATTACHMENT TO UNIT, SEE UNIT
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR RECOMMENDED DUCT SIZES.
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VII. DUCTWORK
Ductwork should be fabricated by the installing contractor in accordance with local codes
and NFPA90A. Industry manuals may be used 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.
! WARNING
DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, CONNECT RETURN DUCTWORK TO
ANY OTHER HEAT PRODUCING DEVICE SUCH AS A FIREPLACE INSERT,
STOVE, ETC. UNAUTHORIZED USE OF SUCH DEVICES MAY RESULT IN FIRE,
CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING, EXPLOSION, PROPERTY DAMAGE,
SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
Place the unit as close to the space to be conditioned as possible, allowing clearance
dimensions as indicated. Run ducts should be run as directly as possible to supply and
return outlets. Use of non-flammable waterproof flexible connectors on both supply and
return connections at the unit to reduce noise transmission is recommended.
It is preferable to install the unit on the roof of the structure if the registers or diffusers
are located on the wall or in the ceiling. A slab installation could be considered when the
registers are low on a wall or in the floor.
On ductwork exposed to outside air conditions of 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 with vapor barrier. One-half
to 1" thickness of insulation is usually sufficient for ductwork inside the air conditioned
space.
Provide balancing dampers for each branch duct in the supply system. Properly support
ductwork from the structure.
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FIGURE 9
PACKAGE AIR CONDITIONER FLAT ROOFTOP INSTALLATION, ATTIC OR
DROP CEILING DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM. MOUNTED ON ROOFCURB,
CURB MUST BE LEVEL.
SERVICE ACCESS
PANELS. DO NOT
BLOCK ACCESS
CONDENSATE INTO
ROOFDRAIN IF REQ’D
BY LOCAL CODES.
THERMOSTAT WIRE
CONDUIT
BRANCH CIRCUIT
DISCONNECT
POWER
SUPPLY
CONDUIT
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VIII.FILTERS
Filters are not provided with this unit. They may be supplied and installed in the return
air duct by the installer. A field installed filter grille is recommended for easy and convenient access to the filters for periodic inspection and cleaning. Filters must have adequate face area for the rated air quantity of the unit. See Airflow Performance Table - or
Electrical and Physical Data Table - for recommended filter size.
However, if an internal filter is required, an optional internal filter kit is available for downflow applications only. For installation, see Filter Kit Installation Instruction.
FIGURE 10
PITCHED ROOFTOP INSTALLATION,
ATTIC OR DROP CEILING DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM. MUST BE MOUNTED LEVEL
SERVICE ACCESS
PANELS. DO NOT
BLOCK ACCESS
CONDENSATE
DRAIN INTO
ROOFDRAIN IF
REQ’D BY LOCAL
CODES.
SUPPLY PLENUM
THERMOSTAT
WIRE
CONDUIT
BRANCH
CIRCUIT
DISCONNECT
POWER SUPPLY
CONDUIT
I273
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FIGURE 11
COVER GASKET DETAIL
INSULATED
DUCT COVER
OVERLAP 1 PIECE
INSULATION 1⁄2"
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IX. CONVERSION PROCEDURE
1. HORIZONTAL TO DOWNFLOW
a. Remove screws and covers from the downflow supply and return sections. Both
covers are accessible from the inside of the unit.
b. Install gasket (supplied with parts bag) around perimeter of cover on the insulated
side. In other words, the gasket is applied to the opposite side of flange than
shown in Figure 11.
c. Install covers on the outside of the unit over the horizontal supply and return
opening using existing screws.
2. DOWNFLOW TO HORIZONTAL
a. Remove screws and covers from outside of supply and return sections.
b. Install gasket (supplied with parts bag) around perimeter of covers as illustrated in
“Cover Gasket Detail.”
c. Install covers in bottom of unit with insulated side up. NOTE: Slip back flange of
cover under tab on bottom supply duct opening.
d. Secure covers to base of unit with screw engaging prepunched holes in unit base.
X. CONDENSATE DRAIN
The evaorator coil condensate drain ends with a threaded 3/4" nominal PVC stub. A trap
is built in for proper condensate drainage and to prevent debris from being drawn into the
unit. Do not connect drain to closed sewer line. Connection to a vented sewer line is
allowed. It is recommended that a PVC cement not be used so that the drain line can be
easily cleaned in the future.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT INSTALL AN EXTERNAL TRAP. DOING SO CAN CAUSE
IMPROPER DRAINAGE OF THE CONDENSATE AND RESULT IN FLOODING WITHIN THE UNIT.
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XI. ELECTRICAL WIRING
Field wiring must comply with the National Electrical Code* and local ordinances that may
apply.
*C.E.C. in Canada
A. POWER WIRING
! WARNING
TURN OFF THE MAIN ELECTRICAL POWER AT THE BRANCH CIRCUIT DISCONNECT CLOSEST TO THE UNIT BEFORE ATTEMPTING ANY WIRING. FAILURE
TO DO SO CAN CAUSE ELECTRICAL SHOCK RESULTING IN PERSONAL
INJURY OR DEATH.
1. It is important that proper electrical power is available at the unit. Voltage should not
vary more than 10% from that stamped on the unit rating plate. On three phase
units, phases must be balanced within 3%.
2. Install a branch circuit disconnect within sight of the unit and of adequate size to
handle the starting current. (See Table A.)
3. For branch circuit wiring (main power supply to unit disconnect), the minimum wire
size can be determined from Table B using the circuit ampacity found on the unit
nameplate or from Table C.
4. This unit incorporates single point electrical connection for unit and electric heat
accessory.
5. Power wiring must be run in grounded rain-tight conduit. Connect the power field
wiring as follows:
a. NO ELECTRIC HEAT - Connect the field wires directly to the contactor in the unit
control box. Connect ground wire to ground lug.
b. WITH ELECTRIC HEAT - Connect the field wires to the terminal block on the
electric heater kit. Connect the ground wire to the ground lug on the heater kit.
NOTE: For field installation of the heater kit, follow the instructions provided with the heater
kit.
6. The pigtail wires in the electric heat box are factory wired to the contactor in the
control box and are protected by internal fuses in the hinged fuse box mounted
under the control box. See label on fuse box cover for fuse sizing.
7. DO NOT connect aluminum field wires to electric heat kit power input terminals.
B. SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR POWER WIRING WITH ALUMINUM
CONDUCTORS.
1. Select the equivalent aluminum wire size from the tabulation below:
2. Attach a length (6" or more) of recommended size copper wire to the unit terminals
L1 and L3 for single phase, L1, L2, L3 for three phase.
3. Splice copper wire pigtails to aluminum wire with U.L. recognized connectors for
copper-aluminum splices. Follow these instructions very carefully to make a positive
and lasting connection;
a. Strip insulation from aluminum conductor.
b. Coat the stripped end of the aluminum wire with the recommended inhibitor and
wire brush aluminum surface through inhibitor. Inhibitors: Brundy, Pentex “A”;
Alcoa, No. 2EJC; T&B KPOR Shield.
TABLE A
WIRE SIZES
AWG Copper
Wire Size
#12
#10
#8
#6
#4
#3
#2
#1
#0
AWG Aluminum
Wire Size
#10
#8
#6
#4
#2
#1
#0
#00
#000
Connector Type and Size
(or equivalent)
T&B Wire Nut
PT2
T&B Wire Nut
PT3
Ilsco Split Bolt
AK-6
Ilsco Split Bolt
AK-4
Ilsco Split Bolt
AK-2
Ilsco Split Bolt
AK-1/0
Ilsco Split Bolt
AK-1/0
Ilsco Split Bolt
AK-2/0
Ilsco Split Bolt
AK-4/0
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c. Clean and recoat aluminum conductor with inhibitor.
d. Make the splice using the above listed wire nuts or split bolt connectors.
e. Coat the entire connection with inhibitor and wrap with electrical insulating tape.
WARRANTY MAY NOT APPLY IF CONNECTIONS ARE NOT MADE PER INSTRUCTIONS.
C. CONTROL WIRING (Class II)
1. Low voltage wiring should not be run in conduit with power wiring.
2. Control wiring is routed through the 7/8" hole approximately 11" from the unit top in
the corner post adjacent to the control box. See Figure 12. Use a minimum #18
AWG thermostat wire. For wire lengths exceeding 50', use #16 AWG thermostat
wire. The low voltage wires are connected to the unit pigtails which are supplied
with the unit in the low voltage connection box located below the unit control box.
See Figure 12.
3. Figure 13 shows representative low voltage connection diagrams. Read your thermostat installation instructions for any special requirements for your specific thermostat. Two stage units (5 ton) require use of a thermostat capable of 2 stages of cooling. See chart below for recommendations
TABLE B
THERMOSTAT RECOMMENDATIONS
SINGLE STAGE COOL W/O
ECONOMIZER
MAPLE CHASE - MODEL #0970
TWO STAGE COOL W/
ECONOMIZER
HONEYWELL - MODEL #T7300-A1005
HONEYWELL - MODEL #T8602C
HONEYWELL - MODEL #T874D-1959
MAPLE CHASE - MODEL #0960
WHITE RODGERS - MODEL #1F73-74
WHITE RODGERS - MODEL #1F91-59
WHITE RODGERS - MODEL #1F85-275
ROBERTSHAW - MODEL #CM64A-USAJ
WHITE RODGERS - MODEL #1F95-377,1277
SEE SECTION IV, D, 4 FOR 5 TON THERMOSTAT WITH ACTIVE PROTECTION
NOTE — Units installed in Canada require that an outdoor thermostat (30,000 min.
cycles of endurance) be installed and be wired with C.E.C. Class I wiring.
D. INTERNAL WIRING
1. A diagram of the internal wiring of this unit is located on the electrical control box
cover. If any of the original wire as supplied with the appliance must be replaced,
the wire gauge and insulation must be the same as original wiring.
FIGURE 12
HEATER KIT INSTALLATION
CONTROL BOX
INDOOR
COIL
CONTROL BOX
COVER
INDOOR
BLOWER
ASM.
CENTER
POST
CORNER
POST
ELECTRIC
HEATER
KIT
LOW VOLTAGE
BOX
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E. GROUNDING
! WARNING
THE UNIT MUST BE PERMANENTLY GROUNDED. A GROUNDING LUG IS PROVIDED IN THE ELECTRIC HEAT KIT FOR A GROUND WIRE. (SEE FIGURES 12
AND 13.) FAILURE TO GROUND THIS UNIT CAN RESULT IN FIRE OR ELECTRICAL SHOCK CAUSING PROPERTY DAMAGE, SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY OR
DEATH.
GROUNDING MAY ALSO BE ACCOMPLISHED BY GROUNDING THE POWER
LINE CONDUIT TO THE UNIT. MAKE SURE THE CONDUIT NUT LOCKING TEETH
HAVE PIERCED THE INSULATING PAINT FILM OF THE SIDE PANEL.
F. THERMOSTAT
The thermostat should be mounted on an inside wall about five feet above the floor in
a location where it will not be affected by unconditioned air, sun, or drafts from open
doors or other sources. READ installation instructions in thermostat package CAREFULLY because each has some different wiring requirements.
FIGURE 13
VOLTAGE CONNECTIONS DIAGRAMS — STANDARD CONTROL WIRING
Y G R W C
Y2
L
Y - Cooling (Low Stage in 2 Stage Systems)
G - Fan Only
R - 24v
W - Heating
C - Common
Y2 - High Stage Cooling (Two Stage Only)
Y G R W C
*L2 connection 3Phase Only
Y2
L
L-
THERMOSTAT
Alert Codes (Optional with Comfort Alert
and Compatiable Thermostat)
XII. INDOOR AIR FLOW DATA
All 208/230 volt units are equipped with multi-speed indoor blower motors. Each unit is
shipped factory wired for the proper speed at a normal external static.
XIII. CRANKCASE HEAT (OPTIONAL)
At initial startup or after extended shutdown periods, make sure crankcase heat is energized for at least 12 hours before compressor is started (disconnect switch closed and
wall thermostat “OFF” position).
Crankcase heat is not required on scroll type compressors, but may be necessary for
difficult starting situations.
XIV.PRE-START CHECK
1. Is unit properly located and slightly slanted toward indoor condensate drain?
2. Is ductwork insulated, weatherproofed, with proper spacing to combustible materials?
3. Is air free to travel to and from outdoor coil? (See Figure 5.)
4. Is the wiring correct, tight, and according to unit wiring diagram?
5. Is unit grounded?
6. Are field supplied air filters in place and clean?
7. Do the outdoor fan and indoor blower turn freely without rubbing, and are they tight
on the motor shafts?
8. Has crankcase heat been on for at least 12 hours?
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XV. STARTUP
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
Turn thermostat to “OFF,” turn “on” power supply at disconnect switch.
Turn temperature setting as high as it will go.
Turn fan switch to “ON.”
Indoor blower should run. Be sure it is running in the right direction.
Turn fan switch to “AUTO.” Turn system switch to “COOL” and turn temperature setting below room temperature. Unit should run in cooling mode.
Is outdoor fan operating correctly in the right direction?
Is compressor running correctly.
Check the refrigerant charge using the instructions located on control box cover.
Replace service port caps. Service port cores are for system access only and will
leak if not tightly capped.
Turn thermostat system switch to proper mode “HEAT” or “COOL” and set thermostat to proper temperature setting. Record the following after the unit has run some
time.
A. Operating Mode _______________________________
B. Discharge Pressure (High) ___________________PSIG
C. Vapor Pressure at Compressor (Low) __________PSIG
D. Vapor Line Temperature at Compressor __________°F.
E. Indoor Dry Bulb______________________________°F.
F. Indoor Wet Bulb _____________________________°F.
G. Outdoor Dry Bulb ____________________________°F.
H. Outdoor Wet Bulb ____________________________°F.
I. Voltage at Contactor ________________________Volts
J. Current at Contactor _______________________Amps
K. Model Number_________________________________
L. Serial Number _________________________________
M.Location______________________________________
N. Owner _______________________________________
O. Date_________________________________________
Adjust discharge air grilles and balance system.
Check ducts for condensation and air leaks.
Check unit for tubing and sheet metal rattles.
Instruct the owner on operation and maintenance.
Leave “INSTALLATION” and ”USE AND CARE“ instructions with owner.
XVI. OPERATION
Most single phase units are operated PSC (no start relay or start capacitor). It is important that such systems be off for a minimum of 5 minutes before restarting to allow
equalization of pressures. The thermostat should not be moved to cycle unit without
waiting five minutes. To do so may cause the compressor to stop on an automatic open
overload device or blow a fuse. Poor electrical service can cause nuisance tripping in
overloads or blow fuses.
IMPORTANT: The compressor has an internal overload protector. Under some conditions, it can take up to 2 hours for this overload to reset. Make sure overload has had
time to reset before condemning the compressor.
Some models may be factory equipped with a start relay and start capacitor.
Some units are equipped with a time delay control (TDC1). The control allows the blower
to operate for up to 60 seconds after the thermostat is satisfied.
Units with Comfort Alert (5 ton): Green light should be on. Yellow and red lights
should be off. If red light is on or yellow light is flashing see Comfort Alert diagnosis chart
in this manual.
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XVII. AUXILIARY HEAT
A. CONTROL SYSTEM OPERATION
1. In the cooling mode, the thermostat will, on a call for cooling, energize the compressor contactor and the indoor blower relay. The indoor blower can be operated
continuously by setting the thermostat fan switch at the “ON” position.
2. In the heating mode, the thermostat will energize one or more supplementary
resistance heaters.
! WARNING
ONLY ELECTRIC HEATER KITS SUPPLIED BY THIS MANUFACTURER AS
DESCRIBED IN THIS PUBLICATION HAVE BEEN DESIGNED, TESTED, AND
EVALUATED BY A NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED SAFETY TESTING AGENCY
FOR USE WITH THIS UNIT. USE OF ANY OTHER MANUFACTURED ELECTRIC
HEATERS INSTALLED WITHIN THIS UNIT MAY CAUSE HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS RESULTING IN PROPERTY DAMAGE, FIRE, BODILY INJURY OR
DEATH.
XVIII. RSNL/RSPL BLOWER MOTOR SPEED TAPS
Note: These instructions to be used in conjunction with airflow tables.
After determining necessary CFM and speed tap, follow the steps below to change
speeds.
Units with PSC Blower Motors:
1. Remove blower access panel.
2. Locate wire terminals on the motor. All wires to a PSC motor are high voltage.
The wire connected to the L (low), M (medium), or H (high) terminal determines
the motor speed. Adjust blower speed by moving wire between these speed terminals. This speed will apply in both heating and cooling modes (they are not individually selectable). Wires to numbered terminals should not be moved.
3. Replace blower access panel.
Units with X-13 Motors
1. Remove blower access panel.
2. Locate wire terminals on the motor. Numbered terminals are 24V blower taps
(See airflow tables for corresponding speed). The C terminal is 24V common. L,
N, and G terminals are high voltage and must remain unchanged.
3. Cooling speed can be adjusted by moving appropriate wire between taps at the
blower (Do not connect wires to unspecified speed taps).
4. Replace blower access panel.
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XIX. GENERAL DATA - RSNL- MODELS
NOMINAL SIZES 2-5 TONS [7-17.6 kW]
Model RSNL- Series
Cooling Performance1
Gross Cooling Capacity Btu [kW]
2
EER/SEER
Nominal CFM/ARI Rated CFM [L/s]
ARI Net Cooling Capacity Btu [kW]
Net Sensible Capacity Btu [kW]
Net Latent Capacity Btu [kW]
Net System Power kW
Compressor
No./Type
5
Outdoor Sound Rating (dB)
Outdoor Coil - Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm] OD
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
Indoor Coil - Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm]
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
Refrigerant Control
Drain Connection No./Size in. [mm]
Outdoor Fan - Type
No. Used/Diameter in. [mm]
Drive Type/No. Speeds
CFM [L/s]
No. Motors/HP
Motor RPM
Indoor Fan - Type
No. Used/Diameter in. [mm]
Drive Type/No. Speeds
No. Motors
Motor HP
Motor RPM
Motor Frame Size
Filter - Type
Furnished
(NO.) Size Recommended in. [mm x mm x mm]
Refrigerant Charge Oz. [g]
Weights
Net Weight lbs. [kg]
Ship Weight lbs. [kg]
22
B024JK
B030JK
B036CK
24,400 [7.15]
11.1/13
800/800 [378/378]
23,600 [6.91]
17,340 [5.08]
6,260 [1.83]
2.12
29,800 [8.73]
11.1/13
1000/1000 [472/472]
28,600 [8.38]
20,810 [6.1]
7,790 [2.28]
2.58
37,000 [10.84]
11.3/13
1200/1200 [566/566]
35,600 [10.43]
26,390 [7.73]
9,210 [2.7]
3.15
B036JK
Continued ->
37,000 [10.84]
11.3/13
1200/1200 [566/566]
35,600 [10.43]
26,390 [7.73]
9,210 [2.7]
3.15
1/Copeland Scroll
76
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
10.56 [0.98]
1 / 18 [7]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
5.54 [0.51]
2 / 15 [6]
TX Valves
1/0.75 [19.05]
Propeller
1/22 [558.8]
Direct/1
2500 [1180]
1 at 1/5 HP
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/9x7 [228.6x177.8]
Direct/2
1
1/4
1075
48
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x20x20 [25x508x508]
77.8 [2206]
1/Copeland Scroll
76
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
10.56 [0.98]
1 / 18 [7]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
5.54 [0.51]
2 / 15 [6]
TX Valves
1/0.75 [19.05]
Propeller
1/22 [558.8]
Direct/1
2500 [1180]
1 at 1/5 HP
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/10x9 [254x228.6]
Direct/3
1
1/2
1075
48
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
76.8 [2177]
1/Copeland Scroll
76
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
14.8 [1.37]
1 / 22 [9]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
5.54 [0.51]
2 / 15 [6]
TX Valves
1/0.75 [19.05]
Propeller
1/22 [558.8]
Direct/1
2700 [1274]
1 at 1/5 HP
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/10x9 [254x228.6]
Direct/3
1
1/2
1075
48
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
92.8 [2631]
1/Copeland Scroll
76
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
14.8 [1.37]
1 / 22 [9]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
5.54 [0.51]
2 / 15 [6]
TX Valves
1/0.75 [19.05]
Propeller
1/22 [558.8]
Direct/1
2700 [1274]
1 at 1/5 HP
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/10x9 [254x228.6]
Direct/3
1
1/2
1075
48
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
92.8 [2631]
381 [173]
421 [191]
399 [181]
439 [199]
412 [187]
452 [205]
412 [187]
452 [205]
GENERAL DATA - RSNL- MODELS
NOMINAL SIZES 2-5 TONS [7-17.6 kW]
Model RSNL- Series
Cooling Performance1
Gross Cooling Capacity Btu [kW]
2
EER/SEER
Nominal CFM/ARI Rated CFM [L/s]
ARI Net Cooling Capacity Btu [kW]
Net Sensible Capacity Btu [kW]
Net Latent Capacity Btu [kW]
Net System Power kW
Compressor
No./Type
5
Outdoor Sound Rating (dB)
Outdoor Coil - Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm] OD
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
Indoor Coil - Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm]
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
Refrigerant Control
Drain Connection No./Size in. [mm]
Outdoor Fan - Type
No. Used/Diameter in. [mm]
Drive Type/No. Speeds
CFM [L/s]
No. Motors/HP
Motor RPM
Indoor Fan - Type
No. Used/Diameter in. [mm]
Drive Type/No. Speeds
No. Motors
Motor HP
Motor RPM
Motor Frame Size
Filter - Type
Furnished
(NO.) Size Recommended in. [mm x mm x mm]
Refrigerant Charge Oz. [g]
Weights
Net Weight lbs. [kg]
Ship Weight lbs. [kg]
B042CK
B042JK
B048CK
44,000 [12.89]
11.2/13
1400/1400 [661/661]
42,000 [12.31]
30,510 [8.94]
11,490 [3.37]
3.73
44,000 [12.89]
11.2/13
1400/1400 [661/661]
42,000 [12.31]
30,510 [8.94]
11,490 [3.37]
3.73
50,000 [14.65]
11.2/13
1600/1600 [755/755]
48,000 [14.06]
33,990 [9.96]
14,010 [4.1]
4.28
B048JK
Continued ->
50,000 [14.65]
11.2/13
1600/1600 [755/755]
48,000 [14.06]
33,990 [9.96]
14,010 [4.1]
4.28
1/Copeland Scroll
76
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
16.65 [1.55]
1 / 22 [9]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
7.39 [0.69]
2 / 15 [6]
TX Valves
1/0.75 [19.05]
Propeller
1/22 [558.8]
Direct/1
3500 [1652]
1 at 1/3 HP
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/10x9 [254x228.6]
Direct/3
1
1/2
1075
48
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
112 [3175]
1/Copeland Scroll
76
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
16.65 [1.55]
1 / 22 [9]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
7.39 [0.69]
2 / 15 [6]
TX Valves
1/0.75 [19.05]
Propeller
1/22 [558.8]
Direct/1
3500 [1652]
1 at 1/3 HP
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/10x9 [254x228.6]
Direct/3
1
1/2
1075
48
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
112 [3175]
1/Copeland Scroll
78
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
16.23 [1.51]
2 / 22 [9]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
7.39 [0.69]
2 / 15 [6]
TX Valves
1/0.75 [19.05]
Propeller
1/22 [558.8]
Direct/1
3300 [1557]
1 at 1/3 HP
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/10x9 [254x228.6]
Direct/3
1
3/4
1075
48
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
161.2 [4570]
1/Copeland Scroll
78
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
16.23 [1.51]
2 / 22 [9]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
7.39 [0.69]
2 / 15 [6]
TX Valves
1/0.75 [19.05]
Propeller
1/22 [558.8]
Direct/1
3300 [1557]
1 at 1/3 HP
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/10x9 [254x228.6]
Direct/3
1
3/4
1075
48
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
161.2 [4570]
422 [191]
462 [210]
422 [191]
462 [210]
452 [205]
492 [223]
461 [209]
501 [227]
23
GENERAL DATA - RSNL- MODELS
NOMINAL SIZES 2-5 TONS [7-17.6 kW]
Model RSNL- Series
Cooling Performance1
Gross Cooling Capacity Btu [kW]
2
EER/SEER
Nominal CFM/ARI Rated CFM [L/s]
ARI Net Cooling Capacity Btu [kW]
Net Sensible Capacity Btu [kW]
Net Latent Capacity Btu [kW]
Net System Power kW
Compressor
No./Type
5
Outdoor Sound Rating (dB)
Outdoor Coil - Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm] OD
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
Indoor Coil - Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm]
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
Refrigerant Control
Drain Connection No./Size in. [mm]
Outdoor Fan - Type
No. Used/Diameter in. [mm]
Drive Type/No. Speeds
CFM [L/s]
No. Motors/HP
Motor RPM
Indoor Fan - Type
No. Used/Diameter in. [mm]
Drive Type/No. Speeds
No. Motors
Motor HP
Motor RPM
Motor Frame Size
Filter - Type
Furnished
(NO.) Size Recommended in. [mm x mm x mm]
Refrigerant Charge Oz. [g]
Weights
Net Weight lbs. [kg]
Ship Weight lbs. [kg]
24
C060CK
B060CK
C060JK
B060JK
59,500 [17.43]
10.5/13
1900/1850 [897/873]
57,500 [16.85]
40,460 [11.85]
17,040 [4.99]
5.48
59,500 [17.43]
10.5/13
1900/1850 [897/873]
57,500 [16.85]
40,460 [11.85]
17,040 [4.99]
5.48
1/Copeland Scroll
78
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
16.23 [1.51]
2 / 22 [9]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
7.39 [0.69]
2 / 15 [6]
TX Valves
1/0.75 [19.05]
Propeller
1/22 [558.8]
Direct/1
3300 [1557]
1 at 1/3 HP
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/12x9 [304.8x228.6]
Direct/3
Direct/4
1
1
1075
48
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x30 [25x610x762]
172.8 [4899]
1/Copeland Scroll
78
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
16.23 [1.51]
2 / 22 [9]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
7.39 [0.69]
2 / 15 [6]
TX Valves
1/0.75 [19.05]
Propeller
1/22 [558.8]
Direct/1
3300 [1557]
1 at 1/3 HP
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/12x9 [304.8x228.6]
Direct/3
Direct/4
1
1
1075
48
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x30 [25x610x762]
172.8 [4899]
532 [241]
577 [262]
532 [241]
577 [262]
GENERAL DATA - RSPL- MODELS
NOMINAL SIZES 2-5 TONS [7-17.6 kW]
Model RSPL- Series
Cooling Performance1
Gross Cooling Capacity Btu [kW]
2
EER/SEER
Nominal CFM/ARI Rated CFM [L/s]
ARI Net Cooling Capacity Btu [kW]
Net Sensible Capacity Btu [kW]
Net Latent Capacity Btu [kW]
Net System Power kW
Compressor
No./Type
5
Outdoor Sound Rating (dB)
Outdoor Coil - Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm] OD
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
Indoor Coil - Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm]
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
Refrigerant Control
Drain Connection No./Size in. [mm]
Outdoor Fan - Type
No. Used/Diameter in. [mm]
Drive Type/No. Speeds
CFM [L/s]
No. Motors/HP
Motor RPM
Indoor Fan - Type
No. Used/Diameter in. [mm]
Drive Type/No. Speeds
No. Motors
Motor HP
Motor RPM
Motor Frame Size
Filter - Type
Furnished
(NO.) Size Recommended in. [mm x mm x mm]
Refrigerant Charge Oz. [g]
Weights
Net Weight lbs. [kg]
Ship Weight lbs. [kg]
B024JK
B030JK
B036CK
24,400 [7.15]
12/14
800/800 [378/378]
24,000 [7.03]
17,790 [5.21]
6,210 [1.82]
2.01
29,600 [8.67]
12/14
1000/1000 [472/472]
29,200 [8.56]
21,700 [6.36]
7,500 [2.2]
2.43
36,800 [10.78]
12/14
1200/1200 [566/566]
36,000 [10.55]
26,420 [7.74]
9,580 [2.81]
3
B036JK
Continued ->
36,800 [10.78]
12/14
1200/1200 [566/566]
36,000 [10.55]
26,420 [7.74]
9,580 [2.81]
3
1/Copeland Scroll
76
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
10.56 [0.98]
1 / 18 [7]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
5.54 [0.51]
2 / 15 [6]
TX Valves
1/0.75 [19.05]
Propeller
1/22 [558.8]
Direct/1
2500 [1180]
1 at 1/5 HP
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/9x7 [228.6x177.8]
Direct/2
1
1/3
1075
48
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x20x20 [25x508x508]
77.8 [2206]
1/Copeland Scroll
76
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
10.56 [0.98]
1 / 18 [7]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
5.54 [0.51]
2 / 15 [6]
TX Valves
1/0.75 [19.05]
Propeller
1/22 [558.8]
Direct/1
2500 [1180]
1 at 1/5 HP
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/10x9 [254x228.6]
Direct/3
1
1/2
1075
48
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
76.8 [2177]
1/Copeland Scroll
76
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
14.8 [1.37]
1 / 22 [9]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
5.54 [0.51]
2 / 15 [6]
TX Valves
1/0.75 [19.05]
Propeller
1/22 [558.8]
Direct/1
2700 [1274]
1 at 1/5 HP
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/10x9 [254x228.6]
Direct/3
1
1/2
1075
48
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
92.8 [2631]
1/Copeland Scroll
76
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
14.8 [1.37]
1 / 22 [9]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
5.54 [0.51]
2 / 15 [6]
TX Valves
1/0.75 [19.05]
Propeller
1/22 [558.8]
Direct/1
2700 [1274]
1 at 1/5 HP
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/10x9 [254x228.6]
Direct/3
1
1/2
1075
48
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
92.8 [2631]
381 [173]
421 [191]
399 [181]
439 [199]
412 [187]
452 [205]
412 [187]
452 [205]
25
GENERAL DATA - RSPL- MODELS
NOMINAL SIZES 2-5 TONS [7-17.6 kW]
Model RSPL- Series
Cooling Performance1
Gross Cooling Capacity Btu [kW]
2
EER/SEER
Nominal CFM/ARI Rated CFM [L/s]
ARI Net Cooling Capacity Btu [kW]
Net Sensible Capacity Btu [kW]
Net Latent Capacity Btu [kW]
Net System Power kW
Compressor
No./Type
5
Outdoor Sound Rating (dB)
Outdoor Coil - Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm] OD
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
Indoor Coil - Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm]
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
Refrigerant Control
Drain Connection No./Size in. [mm]
Outdoor Fan - Type
No. Used/Diameter in. [mm]
Drive Type/No. Speeds
CFM [L/s]
No. Motors/HP
Motor RPM
Indoor Fan - Type
No. Used/Diameter in. [mm]
Drive Type/No. Speeds
No. Motors
Motor HP
Motor RPM
Motor Frame Size
Filter - Type
Furnished
(NO.) Size Recommended in. [mm x mm x mm]
Refrigerant Charge Oz. [g]
Weights
Net Weight lbs. [kg]
Ship Weight lbs. [kg]
26
B042CK
B042JK
B048CK
44,000 [12.89]
12/14
1400/1400 [661/661]
43,000 [12.6]
31,270 [9.16]
11,730 [3.44]
3.58
44,000 [12.89]
12/14
1400/1400 [661/661]
43,000 [12.6]
31,270 [9.16]
11,730 [3.44]
3.58
50,500 [14.8]
12/14
1600/1600 [755/755]
49,000 [14.36]
34,990 [10.25]
14,010 [4.1]
4.08
B048JK
Continued ->
50,500 [14.8]
12/14
1600/1600 [755/755]
49,000 [14.36]
34,990 [10.25]
14,010 [4.1]
4.08
1/Copeland Scroll
76
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
16.65 [1.55]
1 / 22 [9]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
7.39 [0.69]
2 / 15 [6]
TX Valves
1/0.75 [19.05]
Propeller
1/22 [558.8]
Direct/1
3500 [1652]
1 at 1/3 HP
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/10x9 [254x228.6]
Direct/3
1
1/2
1075
48
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
112 [3175]
1/Copeland Scroll
76
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
16.65 [1.55]
1 / 22 [9]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
7.39 [0.69]
2 / 15 [6]
TX Valves
1/0.75 [19.05]
Propeller
1/22 [558.8]
Direct/1
3500 [1652]
1 at 1/3 HP
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/10x9 [254x228.6]
Direct/3
1
1/2
1075
48
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
112 [3175]
1/Copeland Scroll
78
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
16.23 [1.51]
2 / 22 [9]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
7.39 [0.69]
2 / 15 [6]
TX Valves
1/0.75 [19.05]
Propeller
1/22 [558.8]
Direct/1
3300 [1557]
1 at 1/3 HP
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/10x9 [254x228.6]
Direct/3
1
3/4
1075
48
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
161.2 [4570]
1/Copeland Scroll
78
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
16.23 [1.51]
2 / 22 [9]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
7.39 [0.69]
2 / 15 [6]
TX Valves
1/0.75 [19.05]
Propeller
1/22 [558.8]
Direct/1
3300 [1557]
1 at 1/3 HP
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/10x9 [254x228.6]
Direct/3
1
3/4
1075
48
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x24 [25x610x610]
161.2 [4570]
422 [191]
462 [210]
422 [191]
462 [210]
452 [205]
492 [223]
461 [209]
501 [227]
GENERAL DATA - RSPL- MODELS
NOMINAL SIZES 2-5 TONS [7-17.6 kW]
Model RSPL- Series
Cooling Performance1
Gross Cooling Capacity Btu [kW]
EER/SEER2
Nominal CFM/ARI Rated CFM [L/s]
ARI Net Cooling Capacity Btu [kW]
Net Sensible Capacity Btu [kW]
Net Latent Capacity Btu [kW]
Net System Power kW
Compressor
No./Type
5
Outdoor Sound Rating (dB)
Outdoor Coil - Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm] OD
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
Indoor Coil - Fin Type
Tube Type
Tube Size in. [mm]
Face Area sq. ft. [sq. m]
Rows / FPI [FPcm]
Refrigerant Control
Drain Connection No./Size in. [mm]
Outdoor Fan - Type
No. Used/Diameter in. [mm]
Drive Type/No. Speeds
CFM [L/s]
No. Motors/HP
Motor RPM
Indoor Fan - Type
No. Used/Diameter in. [mm]
Drive Type/No. Speeds
No. Motors
Motor HP
Motor RPM
Motor Frame Size
Filter - Type
Furnished
(NO.) Size Recommended in. [mm x mm x mm]
Refrigerant Charge Oz. [g]
Weights
Net Weight lbs. [kg]
Ship Weight lbs. [kg]
B060CK
B060JK
59,500 [17.43]
10.8/14
1900/1850 [897/873]
57,500 [16.85]
40,460 [11.85]
17,040 [4.99]
5.32
59,500 [17.43]
10.8/14
1900/1850 [897/873]
57,500 [16.85]
40,460 [11.85]
17,040 [4.99]
5.32
1/Copeland Scroll
78
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
16.23 [1.51]
2 / 22 [9]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
7.39 [0.69]
2 / 15 [6]
TX Valves
1/0.75 [19.05]
Propeller
1/22 [558.8]
Direct/1
3300 [1557]
1 at 1/3 HP
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/12x9 [304.8x228.6]
Direct/3
Direct/4
1
1
1075
48
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x30 [25x610x762]
172.8 [4899]
1/Copeland Scroll
78
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
16.23 [1.51]
2 / 22 [9]
Louvered
Rifled
0.375 [9.5]
7.39 [0.69]
2 / 15 [6]
TX Valves
1/0.75 [19.05]
Propeller
1/22 [558.8]
Direct/1
3300 [1557]
1 at 1/3 HP
1075
FC Centrifugal
1/12x9 [304.8x228.6]
Direct/3
Direct/4
1
1
1075
48
Field Supplied
No
(1)1x24x30 [25x610x762]
172.8 [4899]
532 [241]
577 [262]
532 [241]
577 [262]
NOTES:
1. Cooling Performance is rated at 95°F ambient, 80°F entering dry bulb, 67°F entering wet bulb. Gross capacity does not include the effect of fan motor
heat. ARI capacity is net and includes the effect of fan motor heat. Units are suitable for operation to ±20% of nominal cfm. Units are certified in
accordance with the Unitary Air Conditioner Equipment certification program, which is based on ARI Standard 210/240 or 360.
2. EER and/or SEER are rated at ARI conditions and in accordance with DOE test procedures.
3. Outdoor Sound Rating shown is tested in accordance with ARI Standard 270.
[
] Designates Metric Conversions
27
XX. ELECTRICAL DATA
Evaporator Fan
Condenser Motor
Compressor Motor
Unit Information
ELECTRICAL DATA – RSNL- SERIES
-B024JK
-B030JK
-B036CK
-B036JK
-B042CK
-B042JK
-B048CK
-B048JK
-C060CK
-C060JK
Unit Operating
Voltage Range
187-253
187-253
187-253
187-253
187-253
187-253
187-253
187-253
197-253
197-253
Minimum Circuit
Ampacity
19/19
22/22
17/17
25/25
22/22
27/27
24/24
34/34
32/32
43/43
Minimum Overcurrent
Protection Device Size
20/20
25/25
20/20
25/25
25/25
30/30
25/25
35/35
35/35
45/45
Maximum Overcurrent
Protection Device Size
30/30
35/35
25/25
40/40
30/30
40/40
35/35
50/50
45/45
60/60
No.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Volts
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
1
Phase
1
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
HP
2 1/6
2 2/3
3 1/3
3 1/3
3 1/2
3 1/2
4
4
5
5
RPM
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
Amps (FLA)
12.8/12.8
14.1/14.1
10.4/10.4
16.7/16.7
13.5/13.5
17.9/17.9
13.7/13.7
21.8/21.8
17.9/17.9
26.4/26.4
Amps (LRA)
58.3/58.3
73/73
88/88
79/79
88/88
112/112
83.1/83.1
117/117
110/110
134/134
No.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Volts
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
Phase
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
HP
1/5
1/5
1/5
1/5
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
Amps (FLA)
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
2
2
2
2
2
2
Amps (LRA)
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.3
3.9
3.9
3.9
3.9
3.9
3.9
No.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Volts
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
1
Phase
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
HP
1/4
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
3/4
3/4
1
1
Amps (FLA)
1.3
2.4
2.4
2.4
2.4
2.4
4.4
4.4
7.6
7.6
Amps (LRA)
2.3
5.1
5.1
5.1
5.1
5.1
9.5
9.5
0
0
Evaporator Fan
Condenser Motor
Compressor Motor
Unit Information
ELECTRICAL DATA – RSPL- SERIES
-B024JK
-B030JK
-B036CK
-B036JK
-B042CK
-B042JK
-B048CK
-B048JK
-B060CK
-B060JK
Unit Operating
Voltage Range
187-253
187-253
187-253
187-253
187-253
187-253
187-253
187-253
197-253
197-253
Minimum Circuit
Ampacity
21/21
24/24
19/19
27/27
24/24
29/29
26/26
36/36
32/32
42/42
Minimum Overcurrent
Protection Device Size
25/25
25/25
20/20
30/30
25/25
30/30
30/30
40/40
35/35
45/45
Maximum Overcurrent
Protection Device Size
30/30
35/35
25/25
40/40
35/35
45/45
35/35
50/50
45/45
60/60
No.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Volts
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
1
Phase
1
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
HP
2 1/6
2 2/3
3 1/3
3 1/3
3 1/2
3 1/2
4
4
5
5
RPM
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
3450
Amps (FLA)
12.8/12.8
14.1/14.1
10.4/10.4
16.7/16.7
13.5/13.4
17.9/17.9
13.7/13.7
21.8/21.8
17.6/17.6
25.6/25.6
Amps (LRA)
58.3/58.3
73/73
88/88
79/79
88/88
112/112
83.1/83.1
117/117
135/135
118/118
No.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Volts
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
Phase
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
HP
1/5
1/5
1/5
1/5
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
Amps (FLA)
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
2
2
2
2
2
2
Amps (LRA)
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.3
3.9
3.9
3.9
3.9
3.9
3.9
No.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Volts
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
208/230
1
Phase
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
HP
1/3
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
3/4
3/4
1
1
Amps (FLA)
2.8
4.1
4.1
4.1
4.1
4.1
6
6
7.6
7.6
Amps (LRA)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
ELECTRICAL DATA NOTES 1. Horsepower per compressor.
28
2. Amp Draw per Motor. Multiply Value by Number of Motors to Determine Total Amps.
10 x 9 Blower
3/4 HP [559W]
3 Speed
(PSC Motor)
12 x 9 Blower
1 HP [746W]
4 Speed
(X-13 Motor)
Low
Med
High
Med
High
(Tap 2)
Low
Med
High
Med
High
(Tap 4)
2.5 [8.79]
3.0 [10.55]
3.5 [12.31]
4.0 [14.07]
5.0
[17.59]
NOTES:
5 ton cooling speed must be changed to Low to achieve ARI performance.
10 x 9 Blower
1/2 HP [343W]
3 Speed
(PSC Motor)
High
High
2.0 [7.03]
9 x 7 Blower
1/4 HP [186W]
2 Speed
(PSC Motor)
Blower Size/
Motor HP [W] &
# of Speeds
Heat
Motor Speed
From Factory
Cool
Nominal
Cooling
Capacity
Tons [kW]
INDOOR AIRFLOW PERFORMANCE — 230 VOLTS
Cool
High
(Tap 4)
Cool
Low
(Tap 3)
Heat
High
(Tap 2)
Heat
Low
(Tap 1)
High
Med
Low
High
Med
Low
High
Low
Motor
Speed
CFM [l/s]
RPM
Watts
CFM [l/s]
RPM
Watts
CFM [l/s]
RPM
Watts
CFM [l/s]
RPM
Watts
CFM [l/s]
RPM
Watts
CFM [l/s]
RPM
Watts
CFM [l/s]
RPM
Watts
CFM [l/s]
RPM
Watts
CFM [l/s]
RPM
Watts
CFM [l/s]
RPM
Watts
CFM [l/s]
RPM
Watts
CFM [l/s]
RPM
Watts
0.1 [.02]
771 [364]
825
253
946 [446]
990
315
1206 [569]
760
419
1411 [666]
865
498
1641 [774]
980
589
1412 [666]
859
557
1793[846]
1053
667
1889[892]
1110
736
1319 [622]
728
222
1423 [672]
776
272
1872 [883]
956
562
2046 [966]
1035
721
0.2 [.05]
751 [354]
870
242
922 [435]
1015
303
1182 [558]
815
406
1368 [646]
900
481
1577 [744]
1000
565
1395 [658]
905
530
1731[817]
1067
637
1826[862]
1117
715
1289 [608]
760
234
1390 [656]
796
278
1847 [872]
973
572
2010 [949]
1046
731
0.3 [.07]
725 [342]
910
230
882 [416]
1035
288
1157 [546]
870
394
1327 [626]
935
464
1515 [715]
1020
543
1371 [647]
951
506
1665 [786]
1080
606
1753[827]
1124
683
1242 [586]
790
241
1357 [640]
830
292
1808 [853]
1010
584
1980 [934]
1079
743
0.4 [.10]
691 [326]
950
217
830 [392]
1055
273
1128 [532]
910
381
1285 [606]
970
447
1455 [687]
1035
523
1339 [632]
981
483
1594 [752]
1091
574
1672 [789]
1129
646
1201 [567]
832
256
1311 [619]
861
300
1772 [836]
1023
598
1942 [917]
1086
754
0.5 [.12]
654 [304]
985
204
769 [363]
1070
257
1091 [515]
950
368
1238 [584]
1000
430
1393 [657]
1050
503
1296 [612]
1011
461
1519 [717]
1101
543
1586 [749]
1133
608
1148 [542]
859
263
1277 [603]
895
315
1743 [823]
1057
613
1904 [899]
1114
770
Side Discharge — Wet Coil
0.6 [.15]
584 [276]
1010
189
701 [331]
1085
241
1044 [493]
975
353
1183 [558]
1020
411
1329 [627]
1065
481
1242 [586]
1034
437
1440 [680]
1110
512
1499 [707]
1139
574
1111 [524]
894
276
1233 [582]
927
326
1703 [804]
1085
622
1867 [881]
1141
777
External Static Pressure — Inches W.C. [kPa]
0.7 [.17] 0.8 [.20]
546 [258]
1030
181
630 [298]
1100
226
983 [464]
1000
334
1116 [527]
1035
391
1262 [596]
1080
456
1176 [555]
1057
409
1356 [640]
1119
483
1413 [667]
1144
551
1047 [494] 985 [465]
939
992
287
304
1192 [563] 1137 [537]
958
999
337
352
1670 [788] 1639 [774]
1110
1146
636
646
1822 [860] 1758 [830]
1171
1163
770
751
XXI. AIRFLOW PERFORMANCE
INDOOR AIRFLOW PERFORMANCE FOR 2-5 TON PACKAGE AIR CONDITIONER: RSNLDIRECT DRIVE
29
30
Med
High
Med
High
(Tap 2)
Med
High
Med
High
(Tap 4)
3.0 [10.55]
3.5 [12.31]
4.0 [14.07]
5.0
[17.59]
12 x 9 Blower
1 HP [746W]
4 Speed
(X-13 Motor)
10 x 9 Blower
3/4 HP [559W]
3 Speed
(PSC Motor)
10 x 9 Blower
1/2 HP [373W]
3 Speed
(PSC Motor)
9 x 7 Blower
1/4 HP [186W]
2 Speed
(PSC Motor)
Blower Size/
Motor HP [W] &
# of Speeds
Cool
High
(Tap 4)
Cool
Low
(Tap 3)
Heat
High
(Tap 2)
Heat
Low
(Tap 1)
High
Med
Low
High
Med
Low
High
Low
Motor
Speed
CFM [l/s]
RPM
Watts
CFM [l/s]
RPM
Watts
CFM [l/s]
RPM
Watts
CFM [l/s]
RPM
Watts
CFM [l/s]
RPM
Watts
CFM [l/s]
RPM
Watts
CFM [l/s]
RPM
Watts
CFM [l/s]
RPM
Watts
CFM [l/s]
RPM
Watts
CFM [l/s]
RPM
Watts
CFM [l/s]
RPM
Watts
CFM [l/s]
RPM
Watts
0.1 [.02]
675 [319]
695
221
898 [424]
940
292
1076 [508]
730
356
1222 [577]
765
423
1514 [715]
895
538
1204 [568]
734
476
1674 [790]
997
625
1843[870]
1085
699
1310 [618]
731
218
1418 [669]
774
267
1858 [877]
944
541
2017 [952]
1018
690
DOWN DISCHARGE PRESSURE DROP (ADD TO EXTERNAL STATIC PRESSURE)
CFM [L/s]
600 [283]
800 [378]
1000 [472]
Pressure Drop—Inches W.C. [kPa]
.00
.01 [.002]
.02 [.005]
MINIMUM RECOMMENDED FILTER SIZES
Nominal Cooling Capacity Tons [kW]
2.0 [7.03]
Minimum Filter Size—Inches [mm]
20 x 20 x 1 [508 x 508 x 25]
NOTES:
5 ton cooling speed must be changed to Low to achieve ARI performance.
Low
Low
2.5 [8.79]
High
Heat
High
Cool
Motor Speed
From Factory
2.0 [7.03]
Nominal
Cooling
Capacity
Tons [kW]
INDOOR AIRFLOW PERFORMANCE — 208 VOLTS
0.4 [.10]
602 [284]
905
191
777 [367]
1020
253
996 [470]
865
331
1162 [548]
890
397
1370 [647]
985
473
1171 [553]
923
427
1511 [713]
1058
539
1627 [768]
1110
604
1204 [568]
826
250
1307 [617]
860
295
1752 [827]
1019
578
1909 [901]
1076
723
2.5 [8.79] – 4.0 [14.07]
24 x 24 x 1 [610 x 610 x 25]
1440 [661]
.05 [.012]
0.3 [.07]
634 [299]
870
203
822 [388]
995
266
1032 [490]
820
341
1179 [556]
855
407
1415 [668]
965
493
1191 [562]
886
450
1566 [739]
1040
567
1693 [799]
1102
632
1238 [584]
789
237
1352 [638]
829
287
1782 [841]
994
564
1949 [920]
1070
711
1200 [566]
.03 [.007]
0.2 [.05]
657 [310]
785
214
861 [406]
965
278
1059 [500]
775
349
1197 [565]
810
415
1461 [670]
930
514
1202 [567]
810
468
1620 [765]
1019
596
1763[832]
1094
663
1288 [608]
757
229
1386 [654]
794
273
1821 [859]
968
555
1985 [937]
1033
701
1600 [755]
.07 [.017]
0.5 [.12]
560 [264]
940
171
721 [340]
1045
239
950 [448]
905
320
1137 [537]
920
386
1322 [624]
1005
454
1143 [539]
959
403
1451 [685]
1076
512
1560 [736]
1118
576
1149 [542]
857
258
1270 [599]
892
308
1714 [809]
1041
586
1879 [887]
1112
735
Side Discharge — Wet Coil
971 [458]
993
294
1117 [527]
1015
343
1607 [758]
1111
617
1737 [820]
1152
728
0.8 [.20]
5.0 [17.59]
24 x 30 x 1 [610 x 762 x 1]
2000 [944]
.09 [.022]
0.7 [.17]
435 [205]
1020
149
562 [265]
1090
199
832 [393]
975
287
1033 [488]
995
351
1197 [565]
1045
412
1065 [503]
1016
363
1305 [616]
1100
455
1398 [660]
1134
517
1035 [488]
937
280
1180 [557]
955
328
1640 [774]
1089
611
1792 [846]
1147
742
1800 [850]
.08 [.019]
0.6 [.15]
505 [238]
980
193
651 [307]
1070
221
896 [423]
940
305
1097 [518]
960
370
1266 [597]
1025
434
1107 [522]
988
380
1384 [653]
1088
484
1485 [701]
1126
548
1104 [521]
894
270
1221 [576]
922
316
1678 [792]
1072
598
1843 [870]
1124
741
External Static Pressure — Inches W.C. [kPa]
INDOOR AIRFLOW PERFORMANCE FOR 2-5 TON PACKAGE AIR CONDITIONER: RSNLDIRECT DRIVE
Motor Speed
from
Factory
Cool
Heat
Blower Size/
Motor HP [W] &
# of Speeds
Motor Speed
Down Discharge Pressure Drop (Add to External Static Pressure)
CFM [L/s]
600 [283]
Pressure Drop - Inches W.C. [kPa]
0
Low
(Tap 1)
0.1 [.02]
CFM [l/s]
829 [391]
RPM
890
Watts
137
9 x 7 Blower
CFM [l/s]
853 [403]
2.0
High
High
1/3 HP [249 W]
Med.
RPM
901
[7.03]
3 Speed
(Tap 3)
(Tap 3)
(Tap 2)
Watts
146
X13 Motor
CFM [l/s]
912 [430]
High
RPM
940
(Tap 3)
Watts
171
CFM [l/s]
1039 [490]
Low
RPM
798
(Tap 1)
Watts
159
10 x 9 Blower
CFM [l/s]
1169 [552]
High
1/2 HP [373W]
High
2.5
Med.
RPM
868
(Tap 3)
3 Speed
(Tap 3)
[8.79]
(Tap 2)
Watts
213
X13 Motor
CFM [l/s]
1256 [593]
High
RPM
921
(Tap 3)
Watts
259
CFM [l/s]
1169 [552]
Low
RPM
868
(Tap 1)
Watts
213
10 x 9 Blower
CFM [l/s]
1256 [593]
1/2 HP [373W]
Med.
High
High
3.0
RPM
921
(Tap 2)
(Tap 3)
3 Speed
[10.55]
(Tap 3)
Watts
259
X13 Motor
CFM [l/s]
1357 [640]
High
RPM
974
(Tap 3)
Watts
318
CFM [l/s]
1241 [586]
Low
RPM
771
(Tap 1)
Watts
155
10 x 9 Blower
CFM [l/s]
1459 [689]
3.5
High
High
1/2 HP [373W]
Med.
RPM
931
3 Speed
(Tap 2)
[12.31]
(Tap 3)
(Tap 3)
Watts
308
X13 Motor
CFM [l/s]
1562 [737]
High
RPM
960
(Tap 3)
Watts
353
CFM [l/s]
1459 [689]
Low
RPM
931
(Tap 1)
Watts
308
10 x 9 Blower
CFM [l/s]
1662 [784]
Med.
High
3/4 HP [559W]
4.0
High
RPM
1016
(Tap 2)
[14.07]
(Tap 3)
3 Speed
(Tap 3)
Watts
421
X13 Motor
CFM [l/s]
1910 [901]
High
RPM
1149
(Tap 3)
Watts
638
Heat / 1st Stage Cool
CFM [l/s]
1319 [622]
Low
RPM
728
1st Stage
(Tap 1)
Watts
222
High
Heat / 1st Stage Cool
CFM [l/s]
1423 [672]
(Tap 2)
High
12 x 9 Blower
RPM
776
(Tap 2)
Watts
272
High
5.0
1 HP [746W]
-------4 Speed
(Tap 2)
[17.59]
2nd Stage Cool
CFM [l/s]
1872 [883]
X13 Motor
Low
RPM
956
2nd Stage
(Tap 3)
Watts
562
High
2nd Stage Cool
CFM
[l/s]
2046
[966]
(Tap 4)
High
RPM
1035
(Tap 4)
Watts
721
Notes: (1) Do not operate 2 ton models below 700 CFM. (2) Do not operate 2-1/2 or 3 ton models below 875 CFM.
models; Low speed for 2-1/2, 1st & 2nd stage 5 ton.
Nominal
Cooling
Capacity
Tons [kW]
RSPL Indoor Airflow Performance - 230 Volts
800 [378]
.02 [.005]
1000 [472]
.05 [.012]
1200 [566]
.07 [.017]
1400 [661]
.1 [.025]
1600 [755]
.12 [.030]
0.2 [.05]
0.3 [.07]
0.4 [.10]
0.5 [.12]
0.6 [.15]
808 [381]
789 [372]
756 [357]
737 [348]
697 [329]
915
961
1000
1046
1089
139
148
151
160
163
832 [393]
804 [379]
779 [368]
745 [352]
724 [342]
928
984
1013
1054
1099
149
159
161
165
173
896 [423]
863 [407]
839 [396]
815 [385]
787 [371]
977
1017
1062
1088
1139
179
183
192
194
203
1021 [482]
971 [458]
932 [440]
887 [419]
839 [396]
833
878
922
955
1011
168
175
185
189
200
1140 [538]
1111 [524]
1068 [504]
1030 [486]
995 [470]
893
932
978
1010
1048
217
228
239
244
254
1231 [581]
1201 [567]
1161 [548]
1115 [526]
1076 [508]
942
976
1018
1053
1093
263
272
284
290
299
1140 [538]
1111 [524]
1068 [504]
1030 [486]
995 [470]
893
932
978
1010
1048
217
228
239
244
254
1231 [581]
1201 [567]
1161 [548]
1115 [526]
1076 [508]
942
976
1018
1053
1093
263
272
284
290
299
1330 [628]
1292 [610]
1262 [596]
1225 [578]
1178 [556]
1003
1036
1071
1103
1134
323
333
343
347
356
1203 [568]
1155 [545]
1119 [528]
1082 [511]
1032 [487]
815
848
886
932
965
162
170
182
193
200
1438 [679]
1409 [665]
1371 [647]
1337 [631]
1296 [612]
958
993
1031
1058
1097
319
331
339
349
362
1538 [726]
1500 [708]
1456 [687]
1434 [677]
1383 [653]
991
1017
1055
1089
1121
364
375
388
398
408
1438 [679]
1409 [665]
1371 [647]
1337 [631]
1296 [612]
958
993
1031
1058
1097
319
331
339
349
362
1648 [778]
1607 [758]
1579 [745]
1538 [726]
1477 [697]
1037
1072
1098
1129
1156
429
443
453
465
465
1873 [884]
1798 [849]
1715 [809]
1621 [765]
1536 [725]
1160
1163
1169
1175
1187
625
601
571
536
506
1289 [608]
1242 [586]
1201 [567]
1148 [542]
1111 [524]
760
790
832
859
894
234
241
256
263
276
1390 [656]
1357 [640]
1311 [619]
1277 [603]
1233 [582]
796
830
861
895
927
278
292
300
315
326
1847 [872]
1808 [853]
1772 [836]
1743 [823]
1703 [804]
973
1010
1023
1057
1085
572
584
598
613
622
2010 [949]
1980 [934]
1942 [917]
1904 [899]
1867 [881]
1046
1079
1086
1114
1141
731
743
754
770
777
(3) Cooling speed must be adjusted as follows to achieve ARI performance: Medium
External Static Pressure - Inches W.C. [kPa]
(Side Discharge-Wet Coil)
1800 [849]
.15 [.037]
2000 [944]
.17 [.042]
0.7 [.17]
0.8 [.20]
668 [315]
615 [290]
1121
1173
166
167
688 [325]
630 [297]
1137
1185
176
173
736 [347]
656 [310]
1165
1181
199
182
797 [376]
735 [347]
1061
1093
210
213
949 [448]
895 [422]
1086
1129
258
268
1043 [492]
999 [471]
1131
1149
309
307
949 [448]
895 [422]
1086
1129
258
268
1043 [492]
999 [471]
1131
1149
309
307
1110 [524]
1033 [488]
1153
1169
345
328
994 [469]
950 [448]
1004
1044
210
220
1258 [594]
1223 [577]
1133
1158
373
381
1339 [632]
1270 [599]
1154
1169
418
405
1258 [594]
1223 [577]
1133
1158
373
381
1392 [657]
1305 [616]
1169
1179
446
420
1422 [671]
1323 [624]
1184
1205
469
440
1047 [494]
985 [465]
939
992
287
304
1192 [563]
1137 [537]
958
999
337
352
1670 [788]
1639 [774]
1110
1146
636
646
1822 [860]
1758 [830]
1171
1163
770
751
speed for 2, 3, 3-1/2, and 4 ton
INDOOR AIRFLOW PERFORMANCE FOR 2-5 TON PACKAGE AIR CONDITIONER: RSPLDIRECT DRIVE
31
32
Motor Speed
from
Factory
Cool
Heat
Blower Size/
Motor HP [W] &
# of Speeds
Motor Speed
Down Discharge Pressure Drop (Add to External Static Pressure)
CFM [L/s]
600 [283]
Pressure Drop - Inches W.C. [kPa]
0
Low
(Tap 1)
800 [378]
.02 [.005]
0.1 [.02]
0.2 [.05]
CFM [l/s]
821 [387]
799 [377]
RPM
878
903
Watts
131
134
9 x 7 Blower
CFM [l/s]
843 [398]
820 [387]
2.0
High
High
1/3 HP [249 W]
Med.
RPM
896
924
[7.03]
(Tap 3)
(Tap 3)
3 Speed
(Tap 2)
Watts
141
144
X13 Motor
CFM [l/s]
896 [423]
884 [417]
High
RPM
935
966
(Tap 3)
Watts
165
171
CFM [l/s]
1030 [486]
1010 [477]
Low
RPM
794
829
(Tap 1)
Watts
155
164
10 x 9 Blower
CFM [l/s]
1153 [544]
1126 [531]
Med.
2.5
High
High
1/2 HP [373W]
RPM
866
887
(Tap 2)
[8.79]
(Tap 3)
(Tap 3)
3 Speed
Watts
207
210
X13 Motor
CFM [l/s]
1242 [586]
1213 [572]
High
RPM
912
934
(Tap 3)
Watts
249
252
CFM [l/s]
1153 [544]
1126 [531]
Low
RPM
866
887
(Tap 1)
Watts
207
210
10 x 9 Blower
CFM [l/s]
1242 [586]
1213 [572]
High
High
3.0
1/2 HP [373W]
Med.
RPM
912
934
3 Speed
(Tap 3)
(Tap 3)
[10.55]
(Tap 2)
Watts
249
252
X13 Motor
CFM [l/s]
1338 [631]
1309 [618]
High
RPM
963
983
(Tap 3)
Watts
304
307
CFM [l/s]
1228 [580]
1187 [560]
Low
RPM
761
808
(Tap 1)
Watts
150
170
10 x 9 Blower
CFM [l/s]
1454 [686]
1433 [676]
Med.
3.5
High
High
1/2 HP [373W]
RPM
923
946
(Tap 2)
[12.31]
(Tap 3)
(Tap 3)
3 Speed
Watts
301
309
X13 Motor
CFM [l/s]
1544 [729]
1531 [723]
High
RPM
958
973
(Tap 3)
Watts
343
350
CFM [l/s]
1454 [686]
1433 [676]
Low
RPM
923
946
(Tap 1)
Watts
301
309
10 x 9 Blower
CFM [l/s]
1642 [775]
1621 [765]
High
3/4 HP [559W]
4.0
High
Med.
RPM
1006
1022
(Tap 3)
[14.07]
(Tap 3)
3 Speed
(Tap 2)
Watts
405
412
X13 Motor
CFM [l/s]
1896 [895]
1863 [879]
High
RPM
1146
1147
(Tap 3)
Watts
624
614
Heat / 1st Stage Cool
CFM [l/s]
1310 [618]
1288 [608]
Low
RPM
731
757
1st Stage
(Tap 1)
Watts
218
229
High
Heat / 1st Stage Cool
CFM [l/s]
1418 [669]
1386 [654]
(Tap 2)
High
12 x 9 Blower
RPM
774
794
(Tap 2)
Watts
267
273
5.0
High
1 HP [746W]
-------[17.59]
(Tap 2)
4 Speed
2nd Stage Cool
CFM [l/s]
1858 [877]
1821 [859]
X13 Motor
Low
RPM
944
968
2nd Stage
(Tap 3)
Watts
541
555
High
2nd Stage Cool
CFM [l/s]
2017 [952]
1985 [937]
(Tap 4)
High
RPM
1018
1033
(Tap 4)
Watts
690
701
Notes: (1) Do not operate 2 ton models below 700 CFM. (2) Do not operate 2-1/2 or 3 ton models below 875 CFM. (3) Cooling speed must
Low speed for 2-1/2, 1st & 2nd stage 5 ton.
Nominal
Cooling
Capacity
Tons [kW]
RSPL Indoor Airflow Performance - 208 Volts
1000 [472]
.05 [.012]
1200 [566]
.07 [.017]
1400 [661]
.1 [.025]
1600 [755]
.12 [.030]
1800 [849]
.15 [.037]
2000 [944]
.17 [.042]
0.3 [.07]
0.4 [.10]
0.5 [.12]
0.6 [.15]
0.7 [.17]
0.8 [.20]
775 [366]
742 [350]
706 [333]
681 [321]
641 [303]
611 [288]
953
996
1032
1075
1119
1176
142
145
147
154
156
161
786 [371]
760 [359]
726 [343]
699 [330]
662 [312]
608 [287]
961
1015
1045
1092
1125
1172
147
155
157
163
165
164
847 [400]
825 [389]
789 [372]
752 [355]
720 [340]
642 [303]
1008
1047
1084
1118
1154
1176
175
182
184
186
189
174
967 [456]
922 [435]
868 [410]
825 [389]
763 [360]
709 [335]
868
912
956
1002
1040
1093
169
178
183
192
195
203
1087 [513]
1042 [492]
1002 [473]
966 [456]
903 [426]
856 [404]
930
966
1010
1038
1082
1121
220
226
234
241
246
251
1173 [554]
1132 [534]
1086 [513]
1044 [493]
1003 [473]
952 [449]
972
1012
1055
1081
1109
1146
262
271
275
282
283
288
1087 [513]
1042 [492]
1002 [473]
966 [456]
903 [426]
856 [404]
930
966
1010
1038
1082
1121
220
226
234
241
246
251
1173 [554]
1132 [534]
1086 [513]
1044 [493]
1003 [473]
952 [449]
972
1012
1055
1081
1109
1146
262
271
275
282
283
288
1278 [603]
1234 [582]
1182 [558]
1135 [536]
1087 [513]
1007 [475]
1016
1049
1096
1121
1142
1159
316
321
328
332
330
315
1140 [538]
1105 [522]
1062 [501]
1008 [476]
959 [453]
911 [430]
841
884
920
960
999
1038
180
183
185
190
195
215
1392 [657]
1354 [639]
1322 [624]
1283 [606]
1238 [584]
1192 [563]
976
1015
1044
1085
1126
1146
316
327
337
348
356
363
1473 [695]
1440 [680]
1398 [660]
1361 [642]
1317 [622]
1263 [596]
1025
1046
1078
1109
1147
1163
364
371
382
391
401
396
1392 [657]
1354 [639]
1322 [624]
1283 [606]
1238 [584]
1192 [563]
976
1015
1044
1085
1126
1146
316
327
337
348
356
363
1584 [748]
1542 [728]
1496 [706]
1451 [685]
1396 [659]
1299 [613]
1064
1090
1114
1151
1160
1172
422
435
442
449
440
414
1776 [838]
1694 [799]
1603 [757]
1528 [721]
1424 [672]
1316 [621]
1159
1171
1173
1180
1188
1195
583
554
522
497
467
432
1238 [584]
1204 [568]
1149 [542]
1104 [521]
1035 [488]
971 [458]
789
826
857
894
937
993
237
250
258
270
280
294
1352 [638]
1307 [617]
1270 [599]
1221 [576]
1180 [557]
1117 [527]
829
860
892
922
955
1015
287
295
308
316
328
343
1782 [841]
1752 [827]
1714 [809]
1678 [792]
1640 [774]
1607 [758]
994
1019
1041
1072
1089
1111
564
578
586
598
611
617
1949 [920]
1909 [901]
1879 [887]
1843 [870]
1792 [846]
1737 [820]
1070
1076
1112
1124
1147
1152
711
723
735
741
742
728
be adjusted as follows to achieve ARI performance: Medium speed for 2, 3, 3-1/2, and 4 ton models;
External Static Pressure - Inches W.C. [kPa]
(Side Discharge-Wet Coil)
INDOOR AIRFLOW PERFORMANCE FOR 2-5 TON PACKAGE AIR CONDITIONER: RSPLDIRECT DRIVE
RXQJ-
C060CK
B060CK
B048CK
B048CK
B042CK
B042CK
B036CK
B036CK
RSNL-
1
2
1
2
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
No. of
Elements
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
No. of
Sequence
Steps
3.6/4.8
7.2/9.6
3.6/4.8
7.2/9.6
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
208/240V
kW
12.28/16.38
24.57/32.76
12.28/16.38
24.57/32.76
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
208/240V
KBTU/Hr
17.3/20.0
34.6/40.0
17.3/20.0
34.6/40.0
34.6/40.0
51.9/60.0
34.6/40.0
51.9/60.0
34.6/40.0
51.9/60.0
34.6/40.0
51.9/60.0
208/240V
Amps
19/19
24/27
46/52
22/22
25/28
47/53
25/25
47/53
68/78
27/27
47/53
68/79
34/34
49/56
71/81
42/42
53/60
75/85
208/240V
Min. Circuit
Ampacity
20/30
25/30
50/50
25/35
25/35
50/50
25/40
50/50
70/70
30/40
50/50
70/70
35/50
50/50
80/80
45/60
60/60
80/80
20/30
30/30
60/60
25/35
30/35
60/60
25/40
60/60
80/80
30/40
60/60
80/80
35/50
60/60
90/90
45/60
60/60
90/90
22/25
44/50
22/25
44/50
44/50
65/75
44/50
65/75
44/50
65/75
44/50
65/75
Overcurrent Protective Min. Circuit
Ampacity
Device Size
Min./Max. @ Min./Max. @
208/240V
208 V
240 V
25/25
45/50
25/25
45/50
45/50
70/80
45/50
70/80
45/50
70/80
45/50
70/80
208/240V
Max. Fuse
Size
19/19
22/22
25/25
27/27
34/34
42/42
-
208/240V
Min. Circuit
Ampacity
20/30
25/35
25/40
30/40
35/50
45/60
-
No Heat
A10C
A15C
No Heat
A10C
A15C
No Heat
A10C
A15C
No Heat
A10C
A15C
RXQJ-
-
No. of
Elements
-
No. of
Sequence
Steps
kW
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
208/240V
Heater Kit
Single Power Supply For Heater Kit
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
208/240V
KBTU/Hr
20.0/23.1
30.1/34.7
20.0/23.1
30.1/34.7
20.0/23.1
30.1/34.7
20.0/23.1
30.1/34.7
208/240V
Amps
17/17
28/32
41/47
22/22
28/32
41/47
24/24
31/35
44/49
32/32
35/39
48/53
208/240V
Min. Circuit
Ampacity
20/25
30/30
45/45
25/30
30/30
45/45
25/35
35/35
45/45
35/45
35/45
50/50
20/25
35/35
50/50
25/30
35/35
50/50
25/35
35/35
50/50
35/45
40/45
60/60
25/29
38/44
25/29
38/44
25/29
38/44
25/29
38/44
Overcurrent Protective Min. Circuit
Ampacity
Device Size
Min./Max. @ Min./Max. @
208/240V
208 V
240 V
25/30
40/45
25/30
40/45
25/30
40/45
25/30
40/45
208/240V
Max. Fuse
Size
Heater Kit
17/17
22/22
24/24
32/32
-
208/240V
Min. Circuit
Ampacity
20/25
25/30
25/35
35/45
-
20/25
25/30
25/35
35/45
-
Overcurrent Protective
Device Size
Min./Max. @ Min./Max. @
208 V
240 V
Air Conditioner
Separate Power Supply For Unit, Heater Kit And Air Conditioner
Unit
20/30
25/35
25/40
30/40
35/50
45/60
-
Overcurrent Protective
Device Size
Min./Max. @ Min./Max. @
208 V
240 V
) Unit, Heater Kit And Air Conditioner
Separate Power Supply For
Heater Kit
Air Conditioner
Unit
208-240 VOLT, THREE PHASE, 60 HZ, AUXILIARY ELECTRIC HEATER KITS CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATION
No Heat
A05J
A10J
No Heat
A05J
A10J
No Heat
A10J
A15J
No Heat
A10J
A15J
No Heat
B10J
B15J
No Heat
B10J
B15J
Unit
Model No. Model No.
C036JK
B060JK
B048JK
B048JK
B042JK
B042JK
B036JK
B036JK
B030JK
B030JK
B024JK
B024JK
RSNL-
Unit
Model No. Model No.
Heater Kit
Single Power Supply For Heater Kit
208-240 VOLT, SINGLE PHASE, 60 HZ, AUXILIARY ELECTRIC HEATER KITS CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATION
XXII. HEATER KITS CHARACTERISTICS
AUXILIARY ELECTRIC HEATER KITS CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATION: RSNL-
33
34
B060CK
B048CK
B042CK
B036CK
RSPL-
1
2
1
2
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
No. of
Elements
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
No. of
Sequence
Steps
3.6/4.8
7.2/9.6
3.6/4.8
7.2/9.6
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
208/240V
kW
12.28/16.38
24.57/32.76
12.28/16.38
24.57/32.76
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
208/240V
KBTU/Hr
17.3/20.0
34.6/40.0
17.3/20.0
34.6/40.0
34.6/40.0
51.9/60.0
34.6/40.0
51.9/60.0
34.6/40.0
51.9/60.0
34.6/40.0
51.9/60.0
208/240V
Amps
21/21
26/29
47/54
24/24
27/31
49/56
27/27
49/56
70/81
29/29
49/56
70/81
36/36
51/58
73/83
42/42
53/60
75/85
208/240V
Min. Circuit
Ampacity
25/30
30/30
50/50
25/35
30/35
50/50
30/40
50/50
70/70
30/45
50/50
70/70
40/50
60/60
80/80
45/60
60/60
80/80
25/30
30/30
60/60
25/35
35/35
60/60
30/40
60/60
90/90
30/45
60/60
90/90
40/50
60/60
90/90
45/60
60/60
90/90
22/25
44/50
22/25
44/50
44/50
65/75
44/50
65/75
44/50
65/75
44/50
65/75
Overcurrent Protective Min. Circuit
Ampacity
Device Size
Min./Max. @ Min./Max. @
208/240V
208 V
240 V
25/25
45/50
25/25
45/50
45/50
70/80
45/50
70/80
45/50
70/80
45/50
70/80
208/240V
Max. Fuse
Size
Heater Kit
21/21
24/24
27/27
29/29
36/36
42/42
-
208/240V
Min. Circuit
Ampacity
25/30
25/35
30/40
30/45
40/50
45/60
-
No Heat
A10C
A15C
No Heat
A10C
A15C
No Heat
A10C
A15C
No Heat
A10C
A15C
RXQJ-
-
No. of
Elements
-
No. of
Sequence
Steps
kW
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
7.2/9.6
10.8/14.4
208/240V
Heater Kit
Single Power Supply For Heater Kit
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
24.57/32.76
36.85/49.13
208/240V
KBTU/Hr
20.0/23.1
30.1/34.7
20.0/23.1
30.1/34.7
20.0/23.1
30.1/34.7
20.0/23.1
30.1/34.7
208/240V
Amps
19/19
31/34
43/49
24/24
31/34
43/49
26/26
33/37
46/51
32/32
35/39
48/53
208/240V
Min. Circuit
Ampacity
20/25
35/35
45/45
25/35
35/35
45/45
30/35
35/35
50/50
35/45
35/45
50/50
20/25
35/35
50/50
25/35
35/35
50/50
30/35
40/40
60/60
35/45
40/45
60/60
25/29
38/44
25/29
38/44
25/29
38/44
25/29
38/44
25/30
40/45
25/30
40/45
25/30
40/45
25/30
40/45
208/240V
Max. Fuse
Size
Heater Kit
Overcurrent Protective Min. Circuit
Ampacity
Device Size
Min./Max. @ Min./Max. @
208/240V
208 V
240 V
Unit
19/19
24/24
26/26
32/32
-
208/240V
Min. Circuit
Ampacity
20/25
25/35
30/35
35/45
-
20/25
25/35
30/35
35/45
-
Overcurrent Protective
Device Size
Min./Max. @ Min./Max. @
208 V
240 V
Air Conditioner
Separate Power Supply For Unit, Heater Kit And Air Conditioner
25/30
25/35
30/40
30/45
40/50
45/60
-
Overcurrent Protective
Device Size
Min./Max. @ Min./Max. @
208 V
240 V
Air Conditioner
Separate Power Supply For Unit, Heater Kit And Air Conditioner
Unit
208-240 VOLT, THREE PHASE, 60 HZ, AUXILIARY ELECTRIC HEATER KITS CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATION
No Heat
A05J
A10J
No Heat
A05J
A10J
No Heat
A10J
A15J
No Heat
A10J
A15J
No Heat
B10J
B15J
No Heat
B10J
B15J
RXQJ-
Unit
Model No. Model No.
B060JK
B048JK
B042JK
B036JK
B030JK
B024JK
RSPL-
Unit
Model No. Model No.
Heater Kit
Single Power Supply For Heater Kit
208-240 VOLT, SINGLE PHASE, 60 HZ, AUXILIARY ELECTRIC HEATER KITS CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATION
AUXILIARY ELECTRIC HEATER KITS CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATION: RSPL-
XXIII. WIRING DIAGRAMS
FIGURE 14
WIRING DIAGRAM
35
FIGURE 15
WIRING DIAGRAM
36
FIGURE 16
WIRING DIAGRAM
37
FIGURE 17
WIRING DIAGRAM
38
FIGURE 18
WIRING DIAGRAM
39
FIGURE 19
WIRING DIAGRAM
40
XXIV. CHARGE CHARTS
FIGURE 20
SYSTEM CHARGE CHARTS
2 TON PACKAGE AIR CONDITIONER – 13 & 14 SEER
2 TON COOLING - 13 AND 14 SEER
SYSTEM CHARGE CHART - REFRIGERANT 410A
525
115
475
450
105
425
400
95
375
350
85
325
300
75
275
65
250
225
55
OUTDOOR AMBIENT (°F DB)
PRESSURE AT LIQUID SERVICE PORT - PSI G
500
200
175
120
125
130
135
140
145
150
155
160
165
170
Pressure at Suction Service Port (psig)
BEFORE FINAL REFRIGERANT CHECK, INDOOR RETURN AIR TEMPERATURE SHOULD BE AT COMF ORT
CONDITIONS FOR MOST ACCURATE RESULTS .
CONNECT PRESSURE GAUGES TO SUCTION AND LIQUID PORTS ON UNIT .
MEASURE AIR TEMPERATURE TO OUTDOOR COIL .
PLACE AN "X" ON THE APPROPRIATE CHART WHERE THE SUCTION AND LIQUID PRESSURES CR OSS.
IF "X" IS BELOW AMBIENT TEMPERATURE LINE, ADD CHARGE AND REPEAT STEP 3 .
IF "X" IS ABOVE AMBIENT TEMPERATURE LINE, RECOVER EXCESS CHARGE AND REPEAT STEP 3.
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FIGURE 21
SYSTEM CHARGE CHARTS
2.5 TON PACKAGE AIR CONDITIONER – 13 & 14 SEER
2 1/2 TON COOLING - 13 AND 14 SEER
SYSTEM CHARGE CHART - REFRIGERANT 410A
525
115
500
475
425
95
375
85
350
325
75
300
275
65
250
55
( TNEIBMA ROODTUO
°
400
)BD F
GISP - TROP ECIVRES DIUQIL TA ERUSSERP
105
450
225
200
175
120
125
130
135
140
145
150
155
160
165
170
Pressure at Suction Service Port (psig)
BEFORE FINAL REFRIGERANT CHECK, INDOOR RETURN AIR TEMPERATURE SHOULD BE AT COMF ORT
CONDITIONS FOR MOST ACCURATE RESULTS .
CONNECT PRESSURE GAUGES TO SUCTION AND LIQUID PORTS ON UNIT .
MEASURE AIR TEMPERATURE TO OUTDOOR COIL .
PLACE AN "X" ON THE APPROPRIATE CHART WHERE THE SUCTION AND LIQUID PRESSURES CR OSS.
IF "X" IS BELOW AMBIENT TEMPERATURE LINE, ADD CHARGE AND REPEAT STEP 3 .
IF "X" IS ABOVE AMBIENT TEMPERATURE LINE, RECOVER EXCESS CHARGE AND REPEAT STEP 3.
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FIGURE 22
SYSTEM CHARGE CHARTS
3 TON PACKAGE AIR CONDITIONER – 13 & 14 SEER
3 TON COOLING - 13 AND 14 SEER
SYSTEM CHARGE CHART - REFRIGERANT 410A
525
115
500
GISP - TROP ECIVRES DIUQIL TA ERUSSERP
475
105
450
95
375
85
350
325
75
300
65
275
250
55
225
( TNEIBMA ROODTUO
°
400
)BD F
425
200
175
120
125
130
135
140
145
150
155
160
165
170
Pressure at Suction Service Port (psig)
BEFORE FINAL REFRIGERANT CHECK, INDOOR RETURN AIR TEMPERATURE SHOULD BE AT COMF ORT
CONDITIONS FOR MOST ACCURATE RESULTS .
CONNECT PRESSURE GAUGES TO SUCTION AND LIQUID PORTS ON UNIT .
MEASURE AIR TEMPERATURE TO OUTDOOR COIL .
PLACE AN "X" ON THE APPROPRIATE CHART WHERE THE SUCTION AND LIQUID PRESSURES CR OSS.
IF "X" IS BELOW AMBIENT TEMPERATURE LINE, ADD CHARGE AND REPEAT STEP 3 .
IF "X" IS ABOVE AMBIENT TEMPERATURE LINE, RECOVER EXCESS CHARGE AND REPEAT STEP 3.
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FIGURE 23
SYSTEM CHARGE CHARTS
3.5 PACKAGE AIR CONDITIONER – 13 & 14 SEER
3 1/2 TON COOLING - 13 AND 14 SEER
SYSTEM CHARGE CHART - REFRIGERANT 410A
525
500
115
450
105
425
400
95
375
350
85
325
300
75
275
250
65
225
OUTDOOR AMBIENT (°F DB)
PRESSURE AT LIQUID SERVICE PORT - PSI G
475
55
200
175
120
125
130
135
140
145
150
155
160
165
170
Pressure at Suction Service Port (psig)
BEFORE FINAL REFRIGERANT CHECK, INDOOR RETURN AIR TEMPERATURE SHOULD BE AT COMF ORT
CONDITIONS FOR MOST ACCURATE RESULTS .
CONNECT PRESSURE GAUGES TO SUCTION AND LIQUID PORTS ON UNIT .
MEASURE AIR TEMPERATURE TO OUTDOOR COIL .
PLACE AN "X" ON THE APPROPRIATE CHART WHERE THE SUCTION AND LIQUID PRESSURES CR OSS.
IF "X" IS BELOW AMBIENT TEMPERATURE LINE, ADD CHARGE AND REPEAT STEP 3 .
IF "X" IS ABOVE AMBIENT TEMPERATURE LINE, RECOVER EXCESS CHARGE AND REPEAT STEP 3.
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FIGURE 24
SYSTEM CHARGE CHARTS
4 TON PACKAGE AIR CONDITIONER – 13 & 14 SEER
4 TON COOLING - 13 AND 14 SEER
SYSTEM CHARGE CHART - REFRIGERANT 410A
525
115
500
GISP - TROP ECIVRES DIUQIL TA ERUSSERP
475
450
105
400
375
85
350
325
75
300
275
65
250
55
225
( TNEIBMA ROODTUO
°
95
)BD F
425
200
175
120
125
130
135
140
145
150
155
160
165
170
Pressure at Suction Service Port (psig)
BEFORE FINAL REFRIGERANT CHECK, INDOOR RETURN AIR TEMPERATURE SHOULD BE AT COMF ORT
CONDITIONS FOR MOST ACCURATE RESULTS .
CONNECT PRESSURE GAUGES TO SUCTION AND LIQUID PORTS ON UNIT .
MEASURE AIR TEMPERATURE TO OUTDOOR COIL .
PLACE AN "X" ON THE APPROPRIATE CHART WHERE THE SUCTION AND LIQUID PRESSURES CR OSS.
IF "X" IS BELOW AMBIENT TEMPERATURE LINE, ADD CHARGE AND REPEAT STEP 3 .
IF "X" IS ABOVE AMBIENT TEMPERATURE LINE, RECOVER EXCESS CHARGE AND REPEAT STEP 3.
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FIGURE 25
SYSTEM CHARGE CHARTS
5 TON PACKAGE AIR CONDITIONER – 13 SEER
5 TON COOLING
SYSTEM CHARGE CHART
R-410A
REFRIGERANT
550
525
500
115
475
450
105
425
400
95
375
350
85
325
300
75
275
250
65
225
55
200
175
150
100
110
INSTRUCTIONS:
120
130
140
150
160
170
180
190
200
210
220
Pressure at Suction Service Port (psig)
1. CONNECT PRESSURE GUAGES TO SUCTION AND LIQUID PORTS AT OUTDOOR UNIT.
2. MEASURE AIR TEMPERATURE TO THE UNIT (OUTDOOR DRY BULB AMBIENT).
3. PLACE AN “X” ON THE CHART WHERE THE SUCTION AND LIQUID PRESSURE CROSS.
4. IF “X” IS BELOW OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE LINE, ADD CHARGE AND REPEAT 3.
5. IF “X” IS ABOVE OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE LINE, RECOVER CHARGE AND REPEAT.
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FIGURE
FIGURE 25
26
SYSTEM
CHARGECHARTS
CHARTS
SYSTEMCHARGE
5 TON
PACKAGE
AIRAIR
CONDITIONER
– 13
& 14
SEER
5 TON
PACKAGE
CONDITIONER
– 14
SEER
TON COOLING
(HIGH
STAGE)
14 SEER
5 TON5 COOLING
(LOW
STAGE)
- 13-AND
14 SEER
SYSTEMCHARGE
CHARGE CHART
CHART -- REFRIGERANT
SYSTEM
REFRIGERANT410A
410A
525
115
475
450
425
105
400
95
375
350
85
325
300
75
275
250
65
225
55
OUTDOOR AMBIENT (°F DB)
PRESSURE AT LIQUID SERVICE PORT - PSIG
500
200
175
120
125
130
135
140
145
150
155
160
165
170
Pressure at Suction Service Port (psig)
BEFORE FINAL REFRIGERANT CHECK, INDOOR RETURN AIR TEMPERATURE SHOULD BE AT COMFORT
CONDITIONS FOR MOST ACCURATE RESULTS.
CONNECT PRESSURE GAUGES TO SUCTION AND LIQUID PORTS ON UNIT.
MEASURE AIR TEMPERATURE TO OUTDOOR COIL.
PLACE AN "X" ON THE APPROPRIATE CHART WHERE THE SUCTION AND LIQUID PRESSURES CROSS.
IF "X" IS BELOW AMBIENT TEMPERATURE LINE, ADD CHARGE AND REPEAT STEP 3.
IF "X" IS ABOVE AMBIENT TEMPERATURE LINE, RECOVER EXCESS CHARGE AND REPEAT STEP 3.
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FIGURE 27
SYSTEM CHARGE CHARTS
5 TON PACKAGE AIR CONDITIONER – 14 SEER
TON COOLING
(HIGH
STAGE)
14 SEER
5 TON5 COOLING
(HIGH
STAGE)
- 13- AND
14 SEER
SYSTEM
CHARGE
CHART
REFRIGERANT
SYSTEM CHARGE CHART - REFRIGERANT410A
410A
115
500
475
105
450
425
95
400
375
85
350
325
75
300
65
275
55
250
225
OUTDOOR AMBIENT (°F DB)
PRESSURE AT LIQUID SERVICE PORT - PSI G
525
200
175
120
125
130
135
140
145
150
155
160
165
170
Pressure at Suction Service Port (psig)
BEFORE FINAL REFRIGERANT CHECK, INDOOR RETURN AIR TEMPERATURE SHOULD BE AT COMF ORT
CONDITIONS FOR MOST ACCURATE RESULTS .
CONNECT PRESSURE GAUGES TO SUCTION AND LIQUID PORTS ON UNIT .
MEASURE AIR TEMPERATURE TO OUTDOOR COIL .
PLACE AN "X" ON THE APPROPRIATE CHART WHERE THE SUCTION AND LIQUID PRESSURES CR OSS.
IF "X" IS BELOW AMBIENT TEMPERATURE LINE, ADD CHARGE AND REPEAT STEP 3 .
IF "X" IS ABOVE AMBIENT TEMPERATURE LINE, RECOVER EXCESS CHARGE AND REPEAT STEP 3.
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XXV. TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART
!
WARNING
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
• Defective contactor
• Blown fuses
• Transformer defective
• High pressure control open (if provided)
• Interconnecting low voltage wiring damaged
Condenser fan runs, compressor
doesn’t
• Run or start capacitor defective (single phase only)
• Start relay defective (single phase only)
• Loose connection
Compressor short cycles
• Low voltage condition
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Improperly sized unit
Improper airflow
Incorrect refrigerant charge
Air, non-condensibles or moisture in system
Incorrect voltage
• Incorrect voltage
• Defective overload protector
• Refrigerant undercharge
Registers sweat
• 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 610 PSIG
• Replace thermostat wiring
• Replace
• Replace
• 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.
• Compressor stuck, grounded or open motor winding.
open internal overload.
• Low voltage condition
Insufficient cooling
REMEDY
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
• Low evaporator airflow
• Increase speed of blower or reduce restriction - replace air
filter
High head-low vapor pressures
•
•
•
•
Restriction in liquid line, expansion device or filter drier
Flow check piston size too small
Incorrect capillary tubes
TXV does not open
•
•
•
•
Remove or replace defective component
Change to correct size piston
Change coil assembly
Replace TXV
High head-high or normal vapor
pressure - Cooling mode
•
•
•
•
Dirty condenser coil
Refrigerant overcharge
Condenser fan not running
Air or non-condensibles in system
•
•
•
•
Clean coil
Correct system charge
Repair or replace
Recover refrigerant, evacuate & recharge
Low head-high vapor pressures
• Flow check piston size too large
• Defective Compressor valves
• Incorrect capillary tubes
• Change to correct size piston
• Replace compressor
• Replace coil assembly
Low vapor - cool compressor iced evaporator coil
• Low evaporator airflow
• Operating below 65°F outdoors
• Moisture in system
• TXV limiting refrigerant flow
• Increase speed of blower or reduce restriction - replace air
filter
• Add Low Ambient Kit
• Recover refrigerant - evacuate & recharge - add filter drier
• Replace TXV
• Excessive load
• Defective compressor
• Recheck load calculation
• Replace
• TXV hunting
• Air or non-condensibles in system
• Check TXV bulb clamp - check air distribution on coil - replace
TXV
• Recover refrigerant, evacuate & recharge
• Air or non-condensibles in system
• Recover refrigerant, evacuate & recharge
High vapor pressure
Fluctuating head & vapor
pressures
Gurgle or pulsing noise at
expansion device or liquid line
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FIGURE 27
COMFORT ALERT DIAGNOSIS CHART
SINGLE PHASE UNIT
Status LED
Status LED Description
Status LED Troubleshooting Information
Green “POWER”
Red “TRIP”
Module has power
Thermostat demand signal
Y1 is present, but the
compressor is not
running
Supply voltage is present at module terminals
1. Compressor internal overload is open
2. Broken wire or connector is not making contact
3. Low pressure switch open, if present
4. Compressor contactor has failed open
Yellow “ALERT”
Flash Code 1
Long Run Time
Compressor is
running extremely
long run cycles
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Low refrigerant charge
Evaporator blower is not running
Evaporator coil is frozen
Faulty TXV
Condenser coil is dirty
Liquid line restriction (filter drier blocked if present in system)
Thermostat is malfunctioning
Yellow “ALERT”
Flash Code 2
System Pressure Trip
Discharge or suction
pressure out of limits or
compressor overloaded
1.
2.
3.
4.
Condenser coil poor air circulation (dirty, blocked, damaged)
Condenser fan is not running
Return air duct has substantial leakage
If low pressure switch is present, check flash code (1)
information
Yellow “ALERT”
Flash Code 3
Short Cycling
Compressor is running
only briefly
1.
2.
3.
4.
High head pressure
Thermostat demand signal is intermittent
Time delay relay defective, if present
Hot gas sensor defective, if present
Yellow “ALERT”
Flash Code 4
Locked Rotor
1.
2.
3.
4.
Run capacitor has failed
Low line voltage (contact utility if voltage at disconnect is low)
Excessive liquid refrigerant in compressor
Compressor bearings are seized
Yellow “ALERT”
Flash Code 5
Open Circuit
1.
2.
3.
4.
Yellow “ALERT”
Flash Code 6
Open Start Circuit
Current only in run circuit
Yellow “ALERT”
Flash Code 7
Yellow “ALERT”
Flash Code 8
Yellow “ALERT”
Flash Code 9
Open Run Circuit
Current only in start circuit
Welded Contactor
Compressor always runs
Low Voltage
Control circuit < 17VAC
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
Compressor contactor has failed open
High pressure switch is open, If present
Open circuit in compressor supply wiring or connections
Unusually long compressor protector reset time due to
extreme ambient temperature
5. Compressor windings are damaged
Run capacitor has failed
Open circuit in compressor start wiring or connections
Compressor start winding is damaged
Open circuit in compressor run wiring or connections
Compressor run winding is damaged
Compressor contactor has failed closed
Thermostat demand signal not connected to module
Control circuit transformer is overloaded
Low line voltage (contact utility if voltage at disconnect is low)
¥
Flash Code number corresponds to a number of LED flashes, followed by a pause and then repeated.
¥
TRIP and ALERT LEDs flashing at same time means control circuit voltage is too low for operation.
¥
Reset ALERT Flash code by removing 24VAC power from module.
¥
Last ALERT Flash code is displayed for 1 minute after module is powered on.
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FIGURE 28
COMFORT ALERT DIAGNOSIS CHART
THREE PHASE UNIT
Status LED
Status LED Description
Status LED Troubleshooting Information
Green “POWER”
Red “TRIP”
Module has power
Thermostat demand signal
Y1 is present, but the
compressor is not
running
Supply voltage is present at module terminals
1. Compressor internal overload is open
2. Broken wire or connector is not making contact
3. Low pressure switch open, if present
4. Compressor contactor has failed
Yellow “ALERT”
LED on Solid
A short circuit or
over-current condition exists
on "P" terminal
A. Low refrigerant charge
B. Evaportaor blower is not running
C. Evaporator coil is frozen
D. Faulty TXV
E. Condenser coil is dirty
F. Liquid line restriction (filter drier blocked, if present in system)
G. Thermostat is malfunctioning
Yellow “ALERT”
Flash Code 2
System Pressure Trip
Discharge or suction
pressure out of limits or
compressor overloaded
1.
2.
3.
4.
Condenser coil poor air circulation (dirty, blocked, damaged)
Condenser fan is not running
Return air duct has substantial leakage
If low pressure switch is present:
High head pressure
Thermostat demand signal is intermittent
Time delay relay defective, if present
Hot gas sensor defective, if present
"Lockout"
A. Low refrigerant charge
B. Evaportaor blower is not running
C. Evaporator coil is frozen
D. Faulty TXV
E. Condenser coil is dirty
F. Liquid line restriction (filter drier blocked, if present in system)
G. Thermostat is malfunctioning
Yellow “ALERT”
Flash Code 3
Short Cycling
Compressor is running
only briefly
"Lockout"
1.
2.
3.
4.
Yellow “ALERT”
Flash Code 4
Locked Rotor
1. Low line voltage (contact utility if voltage at disconnect is low)
2. Excessive liquid refrigerant in compressor
3. Compressor bearings are seized
Yellow “ALERT”
Flash Code 5
Open Circuit
Yellow “ALERT”
Flash Code 6
Missing Phase
Yellow “ALERT”
Flash Code 7
Yellow “ALERT”
Flash Code 8
Yellow “ALERT”
Flash Code 9
Reverse Phase
"Lockout"
"Lockout"
"Lockout"
Welded Contactor
Compressor always runs
Low Voltage
Control circuit < 18VAC
5.
1.
2.
3.
1.
Compressor contactor has failed open
High pressure switch is open, if present
Open circuit in compressor supply wiring or connections
Unusually long compressor protector reset time due to
extreme ambient temperature
Compressor windings are damaged
Broken wire or connector on one phase
Compressor motor winding is damaged
Utility supply has dropped one phase
Compressor running backwards due to supply phase reversal
1.
2.
1.
2.
Compressor contactor has failed closed
Thermostat demand signal not connected to module
Control circuit transformer is overloaded
Low line voltage (contact utility if voltage at disconnect is low)
1.
2.
3.
4.
¥
Flash Code number corresponds to a number of LED flashes, followed by a pause and then repeated.
¥
TRIP and ALERT LEDs flashing at same time means control circuit voltage is too low for operation.
¥
Reset ALERT Flash code by removing 24VAC power from module.
¥
Last ALERT Flash code is displayed for 1 minute after module is powered on.
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CM 0112
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