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GA Series
Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner / Heat Pump
7,000 --- 15,000 Btuh
Product Data
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE
QUICK SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS &
INSTALLATION DATA -- NEW CONSTRUCTION . . 24--29
APPLICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4--5
WALL THERMOSTAT CONNECTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
New Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
PERFORMANCE AND ELECTRICAL DATA . . . . . . 31--34
Retrofit Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
INDOOR FAN PERFORANCE DATA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Application Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
SOUND DATA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36--37
SOUND TRANSMISSION COEFFICIENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
ORDERING DATA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Product Catalog Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Required Accessory Power Cord Catalog Number . . . . . . . . 6
GA
PRODUCT OVERVIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
TYPICAL WIRING SCHEMATIC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
TYPICAL WIRING SCHEMATIC
FOR EM INTERFACE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
PRODUCT FEATURES & BENEFITS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8--15
TYPICAL WIRING SCHEMATIC FOR MULTIPLE PTAC
UNITS CONNECTED TO A SINGLE WALL TSTAT . . . . 40
FIELD INSTALLED ACCESSORIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16--23
GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41--44
ACCESSORIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
2
3
11.4/11.3
12.2/12
EER
12.2/12
11.4/11.3
10.5/10.7
9.7/9.8
12
11.3
10.7
9.8
EER
15 or 20 Amp cord
only*
Electrical
Heating Capacity
15 or 20 Amp cord
only*
15, 20 or 30 Amp
cord only*
15 or 20 Amp cord
only*
15, 20 or 30 Amp
cord.*
Electrical
Heating Capacity
3.4/3.4
3.3/3.3
6100/6300
7900/8100
239 ---292
187 --- 253
Voltage
Range
COP
-----------------
COP
Reverse Cycle
Heat
BTUH
Reverse
Cycle
Heat
(BTUH)
----------------High
260/240
187 ---253
280/260
280/260
290/270
320/300
270/250
300/280
340/320
310/290
300/280
300/280
340/320
320/300
300/280
260/240
260/240
300/280
300/280
High
310/290
280/260
280/260
Med
290/270
270/250
260/240
Low
Standard Indoor CFM (Dry / Wet)†
300/280
300/280
310/290
340/320
300/280
300/280
310/290
340/320
WATTS
640
800
1120
1530
4.8
5.9
1530
1120/1120
2.4
3.7
6.7
5.3 / 5.1
770/800
620/640
3.0/2.8
3.9/3.7
WATTS
COOLING
620/640
770/800
1120/1120
1510/1530
640
800
1120
1530
AMPS
3.0/2.8
3.9/3.7
5.5/5.1
7.5/6.7
2.4
3.7
4.8
5.9
AMPS
COOLING
143
137
121
128
143
137
128
121
Approx.
Ship
Weight
lb
121
128
137
143
121
128
137
143
Approx. Ship
Weight
lb
17000
30 AMP / 277V
21.5
13.2
8.9
20.5/21.5
12.2/13.2
7.9/8.9
Current
(Amps)
Always look for these symbols, the air conditioning
industry seals of certified performance, efficiency
and capacity.
p y
5035
5.0
GA
3127
2120
4118/5037
2496/3036
1643/2047
Input Power
(WH)
3.0
2.0
4.089/5.0
2.453/3.0
1.635/2.0
Heater (Kw)
NOTE: In compliance with UL, and the National Electrical Code, 265V units installed with a power cord require the use use of a 265V electrical subbase.
PWRCORD--- 265V--- 20A
10200
20 AMP / 277V
265V
PWRCORD--- 265V--- 20A
6800
15 AMP / 277V
PWRCORD--- 265V--- 15A
13900/17000
30 AMP / 250V
8300/10200
5500/6800
Heating (Btuh)
PWRCORD--- 230V--- 30A
20 AMP / 250V
208/230V
PWRCORD--- 230V--- 20A
Receptacle Type
15 AMP /250V
Voltage
PWRCORD--- 230V--- 15A
Model No.
30
20
15
30
20
15
Branch Circuit
Full Amps
Gree’s GA aeries PTACs are not individually equipped with a power cord, so one must be ordered separately based on the voltage and amperage of your electrical circuit.
If the unit is to be plugged into a receptacle, then a line cord connection kit needs to be selected. If it will be permanently connected, a hardwire connection must be used.
POWER CORD SELECTION:
Med
280/260
280/260
290/270
320/300
280/260
280/260
290/270
320/300
187 ---253
Voltage
Range
260/240
260/240
270/250
300/280
260/240
260/240
270/250
300/280
Low
Standard Indoor CFM (Dry / Wet)†
15, 20 or 30 Amp
187 ---253
PTAC-GAA12AB-D
11800/12000
10.5/10.7
10500/10700
3.1.3.1
cord only*
15, 20 or 30 Amp
PTAC-GAA15AB-D
15000
9.8
207---253
13800
2.9
cord only*
15
or
20
Amp
cord
239
---292
6300
3.4
PTAC-GAA07AB-P
7700
12
only*
239 ---292
8100
3.3
PTAC-GAA09AB-P
9000
11.3
15, 20 or 30 Amp
10700
3.1
239 ---292
265V
PTAC-GAA12AB-P
12000
10.7
cord.*
15, 20 or 30 Amp
13800
2.9
239 ---292
PTAC-GAA15AB-P
15000
9.8
cord.*
* See Power Cord Selection chart below for heating capacity rating. Using 30 Amp cords on U07 and U09 models could result in damage to unit.
† Dry = Heat Mode Indoor Standard CFM @ 230 or 265 volt / Wet = Cool Mode Indoor Standard CFM @ 230 or 265 volt
8800/9000
208/
230V
PTAC-GAA09AB-D
Cooling
Capacity
BTUH
7600/7700
8800/9000
11800/12000
14600/15000
7700
9000
12000
15000
Cooling
Capacity
BTUH
7600/7700
Voltage
265V
208/
230V
Voltage
PTAC-GAA07AB-D
Model No.
HEAT PUMPS
PTAC-GAE07AB-D
PTAC-GAE09AB-D
PTAC-GAE12AB-D
PTAC-GAE15AB-D
PTAC-GAE07AB-P
PTAC-GAE09AB-P
PTAC-GAE12AB-P
PTAC-GAE15AB-P
MODEL NUMBER
COOLING & ELECTRIC HEAT
QUICK SPECIFICATIONS
APPLICATIONS
Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
for The Occupant
Whether you are designing a new structure or
replacing packaged terminal air conditioning units in
an existing building, Gree GA Series will meet your
needs.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Hotels and motels
Nursing homes and assisted living care
centers
Offices
Apartments
Single--family dwellings
Home conversions and residential add--ons
•
•
•
GA
NEW CONSTRUCTION
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
The Gree GA series Packaged Terminal Air
Conditioning (PTAC) unit is designed to meet the
needs of the architect, engineer, and contractor. For
unit installation, Gree’s expert support network will
assist in all applicable aspects of the construction
project, from preparing a budget to start-up.
If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
your options include:
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
your application.
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
replaced.
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
Gree GA series PTAC will fit into:
— The following major competitors’ wall
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
accessory retrofit kit is required.
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
extension (see accessory Friedrich
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
ADVANTAGES FOR NEW
CONSTRUCTION
Design Flexibility for the Architect/Engineer
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Heat pump models offer substantial savings
over models with conventional electric
resistance heaters
Individual units allow tenants to choose the
degree of comfort and operating economy.
Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete
chassis can be replaced in minutes without
disrupting other occupants.
Each unit operates independently of other
units in the building. No dependency by
building on central HVAC system.
Whisper--quiet performance, indoors and out
No bulky duct system
No separate equipment room
No water towers or additional cooling
equipment
No complex match--up of different HVAC
components
Less sensitivity to building orientation (sun,
wind, shade)
Optional architectural grille to permit custom
exterior appearance
Initial Cost Savings for the Building Owner
• No expensive component HVAC system
purchase
• No equipment room or maintenance
engineering staff
• Two--part delivery to minimize on--site
damage
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
place during construction; chassis that slides
in place after construction
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
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Installation instructions are shipped with all PTAC
units. It is important that air conditioning systems be
properly sized and installed for each application in
order to achieve the desired temperature and humidity
levels within the space to be conditioned. It is
strongly recommended that a professional engineer
match the PTAC units with the building structure and
climate.
The following application considerations are all
important in choosing the proper PTAC system for
the building structure.
Condensate Removal
Undersizing
NOTE: This unit will not always evaporate 100%
of the unit generated condensate and blown in
rain water. If it is necessary to control 100% of
the condensate, the Drain Kit (Part No.: DRAINKIT-4PK) and a building condensate drain
system is recommended.
If a PTAC unit is undersized (cooling capacity is less
than required load for an application), the unit
will not be able to cool the space down to the desired
temperature during very hot days. The result could be
warm and humid or warm and dry conditioned space.
Gree’s GA series has a new condensate (water)
disposal system. The outdoor fan prop has a built in
slinger ring which draws condensate water through a
suction port built into the outdoor coil shroud. The
water passes though the suction port and is sprayed
on the warm outdoor coil for evaporation. Thus
providing better disposal of excess condensate and
improving unit operating efficiency.
It is normal and desirable to have some condensate
water in the ebase pan to boost operating efficiency.
Oversizing
If a PTAC unit is oversized (cooling capacity is
greater than required load for the specific application),
the unit will cool the space down to the desired
desired temperature too quickly.
The unit will cycle on and off, however,
dehumidification only takes place when the unit is
operating. The result of this type of application in a
hot and/or humid climate would be a cool, yet
excessively humid, space.
Air Infiltration
Excessive air infiltration can intensify problems
associated with undersizing or oversizing a PTAC
unit. This can be the cause of insufficient cooling,
dehumidification, or heating. Sources of air
infiltration include vents, gaps around windows and
doors, and improperly sealed floors, ceilings or wall
joints.
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GA
APPLICATION CONSIDERATIONS
PRODUCT CATALOG NUMBER-NOMENCLATURE
PTAC-GA
E
12
AB
D
-CP
None – Standard Protection
CP – Corrosion Protection
Series Designation
PTAC (Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner)
Electrical Data
D--- 208--- v, 60HZ
D--- 230--- v, 60Hz
P--- 265--- v, 60 Hz
Performance Series
E – Cooling with Electric Heat
A– Heat Pump
AB - Major & Minor Revsions
GA
Cooling Capacity (nominal)
07 – 7,000 Btuh
09 – 9,000 Btuh
12 – 12,000 Btuh
15 – 15,000 Btuh
ACCESSORY POWER CORD (REQUIRED) CATALOG NUMBER
PWRCORD
–
230v
–
20A
Kit Description
PWRCORD = Power Cord
*Power Cord
for 208/230v*
Voltage
230v = 208/230-v, 60 Hz
265v = 265-v, 60 Hz
Amperage
15A = 15 Amps
20A = 20 Amps
30A = 30 Amps
*Power Cord
for 265v
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A07637
A08385
PRODUCT OVERVIEW (GA Series)
This section summarizes product features covered in detail in later sections of this manual.
COIL TUBE
SHEETS
WIRE SCREEN
MOLDED
CONDENSER
SHROUD
DISCHARGE
GRILLE
ACCESSORY
OUTDOOR
GRILLE
BASEPAN
CONFIGURATION
DIP SWITCHES
DIGITAL CONTROL PAD
W/ELECTRONIC DISPLAY
FRONT
PANEL
INDOOR
COIL
ACCESSORY
WALL
SLEEVE
WALL THERMOSTAT
AND ENERGY MANAGEMENT
INTERFACE
Accessory Power Cord
• Accessory Power Cord or Hardwire Kit
(required) -- Select correct power cord or
hardwire kit to match voltage and amperage of
electrical circuit.
• Polymer, Metal or Extended Wall Sleeve -Designed for rugged duty, acoustic absorption,
and attractive appearance for years to come.
• Rotary Compressors -- Provide quiet, reliable
operation.
• Copper Tube Aluminum Fin Coils -- Enhanced
coils provide durability, high performance, and
ease of operation.
• Fresh Air Control Arm -- Allows outdoor air into
room through vent filter for improved air quality.
• Control Door -- Provides protection for controls
and enhances appearance.
• Condensate Removal -- Minimizes condensate
water on outside of building.
• Two--Piece Filter Design -- Provides improved air
filtration and can be removed easily for cleaning.
• Louvered Front Panel -- Made of high impact
polystyrene. Provides improved performance and
quiet operation.
• Digital Control Pad with Electronic Display -Easy to select: mode, fan speed and set point with
an easy to read electronic display. In ˚ F or ˚ C.
• Configuration Dip Switches -- Setup the system
perfect for the exact application.
• Wall Thermostat Interface -- A terminal block
for wiring up a wall thermostat that is easy to wire
to and is easy to remove.
• EM (Energy Management) Interface -- A plug
for connecting to an Energy Management system or
Front Desk Control. Easy to wire to and easy to
remove.
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GA
INDOOR-AIR
FILTERS
PRODUCT FEATURES AND BENEFITS (GA Series)
APPLICATIONS
Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
42”
for The Occupant
•
nonmetallic
compounds
that never rust or corrode, do
• Hotels
and motels
not •support
combustion,
not give
off toxic
Nursing
homes and
and do
assisted
living
care
fumes. centers
The weather-resistant feature exceeds
requirements
of Underwriters Laboratories and resists
• Offices
damage caused by impact and scratching.
• Apartments
Insulated polymer wall sleeves combine all of the
• Single--family dwellings
above features with factory-installed insulation. The
• Home
conversions
residential
add--ons
insulation
helps
to reduceand
heat
loss, save
energy,
provide better sound absorption, and reduce the risk
of sleeve CONSTRUCTION
sweating.
NEW
Grees’s
metal
wallseries
sleevesPackaged
are available
in a variety
The Gree GA
Terminal
Air
of sizes for most
standard
wall to
applications.
Conditioning
(PTAC)
unitand
is deep
designed
meet the
All metal
wall
sleevesengineer,
come with
needs
of the
architect,
and factory-installed
contractor. For
insulation,
designed
to
minimize
heat
and reduce
unit installation, Gree’s expert supportloss
network
will
outdoor
noise
transmissions
into
the
room.
assist in all applicable aspects of the construction
•
•
•
(1067 mm)
Heat pump models offer substantial savings
over models with conventional electric
16”
resistance heaters
(406 mm)
Individual units allow tenants to choose the
degree of comfort and operating economy.
Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete
chassis can be replaced in minutes without
14-7/8”
disrupting other occupants.
(378 mm)
Each unit operates independently of other
A07633
units in the building. No dependency
by
Standard
Wall
Sleeve
(Polymer)
building on central HVAC system.
42 in
(1067)
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
16 in
If you are replacing a unit in an existing (406)
wall sleeve,
your options include:
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
Available in:
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory
sleeve
14-3/4 in. (375),
in. (457), for
section for selecting the correct 18
sleeve
24 in. (610),
26 in. (660),
your application.
28 in. (711)
Amounts NOTE:
in ( ) = mm
in most cases, when replacing the
A07381
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
Standard
and Deep Wall Sleeve (Metal)
replaced.
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
Gree GA series PTAC will fit into:
— The following major competitors’ wall
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
accessory retrofit kit is required.
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
extension (see accessory Friedrich
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
project, from preparing a budget to start-up.
ADVANTAGES FOR NEW
CONSTRUCTION
Design Flexibility for the Architect/Engineer
• Whisper--quiet performance, indoors and out
REMOVABLE
• No bulky ductFRONT
system PANEL
No separate
equipment
room onto the chassis
The•louvered
front panel
fits firmly
and •features
easy removal
It provides
No water
towers for
or service.
additional
cooling
front airequipment
intake to enhance performance and quiet
operation.
• No complex match--up of different HVAC
components
• Less sensitivity to building orientation (sun,
wind, shade)
• Optional architectural grille to permit custom
exterior appearance
A07381
Initial Cost Savings for the Building Owner
• No expensive component HVAC system
purchase
TWOLIFETIME
• -PIECE
No equipment
room INDOOR
or maintenance
engineering
staff
FILTER
•-piece
Two-part delivery
minimize
on--site
Tworemovable
filters to
easily
slide in and
out
damage
from the front of the PTAC unit and are
• Weather--protected
wall sleeve
that
goes
in
interchangeable.
The front panel
does not
need
to be
during
construction;
chassis
slides
removedplace
to access
or change
the filters.
Thethat
filters
are
in and
place
after construction
washable
permanent.
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
Front Panel
2 Air filters
A07381
Two -- Piece Indoor Filter
4
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GA
GA
Whether you are designing a new structure or
NO--RUST
WALL
SLEEVE
replacing
packaged
terminal
air conditioning units in
an
existing
building,PANEL
Gree GA Series will meet your
AND
FRONT
needs.
The indoor front panel and polymer wall sleeve use
Installation
with
The unique instructions
vent systemareisshipped
activated
byalla PTAC
twounits.
It
is
important
that
air
conditioning
systems
be
position control. Fresh outside air is redirected by
properly
sizedtoand
for each
application
in
the
vent door
theinstalled
indoor room.
A molded
plastic
order to
achieve the
temperature
humidity
filter
prevents
dirtdesired
and debris
from and
entering
the
levels side
within
theunit.
space
bemechanism
conditioned.
It is
room
of the
The to
vent
is made
strongly
recommended
that
a
professional
engineer
from non corrosive material ensuring reliable
match the PTAC
unitson
with
building
structure and
operation.
Amagnet
thethe
door
and high-pressure
climate.
airflow create a tight, draft free seal when the vent
The is
following
door
closed. application considerations are all
important in choosing the proper PTAC system for
theThe
building
structure.
vent will
provide up to 65 cfm of fresh air.
Condensate Removal
Undersizing
NOTE: ThisOutdoor
unit will Air
not Ventilation
always evaporate 100%
of the unit generated condensate and blown in
rain water. If it isAirnecessary
to control 100% of
discharge upward
the condensate, the Drain Kit (Part No.: DRAINKIT-4PK) and a building condensate drain
system is recommended.
If
a -DIRECTIONAL
PTAC unit is undersizedDISCHARGE
(cooling capacity is less
BIthan required load for an application), the unit
GRILLE
will not be able to cool the space down to the desired
The
discharge
grille
of could
durable
temperature
during
very is
hotconstructed
days. The result
be
polycarbonate
andoriswarm
reversible.
Airconditioned
flows upward
at a
warm and humid
and dry
space.
40 degree angle to the floor but can easily be adjusted
to an 80 degree angle to the floor.
Oversizing
Gree’s GA series has a new condensate (water)
disposal system. The outdoor fan prop has a built in
slinger ring which draws condensate water through a
suction port built into the outdoor coil shroud. The
water passes though the suction port and is sprayed
on the warm outdoor coil for evaporation. Thus
providing better disposal of excess condensate and
improving unit operating efficiency.
It is normal and desirable to have some condensate
water in the ebase pan to boost operating efficiency.
A07550
If a PTAC unit is oversized (cooling capacity is
greater than required load for the specific application),
the unit will cool the space down to the desired
desired temperature too quickly.
The unit will cycle on and off, however,
dehumidification only takes place when the unit is
operating. The result of this type of application in a
hot and/or humid climate would be a cool, yet
excessively humid, space.
Air discharge outward (Default)
Air Infiltration
Excessive air infiltration can intensify problems
associated with undersizing or oversizing a PTAC
unit. This can be the cause of insufficient cooling,
DIGITAL KEYPAD
AND Sources of air
dehumidification,
or heating.
infiltration
include vents,
gaps around windows and
ELECTRONIC
DISPLAY
doors,
and
improperly
sealed
ceilings
or wall
The digital keypad providesfloors,
a simple
to operate
joints.
control. The large, easy to press, “On/Off”, “Fan
A07550
Reversible Polycarbonate Discharge Grille
Speed”, “Mode”, “Setpoint Up” and “Setpoint Down“
buttons make the control easy to operate. LEDs are
used to show the operating conditions selected.
Large numbers are used to display the Setpoint, and if
configured, room air temperature.
A07632
Electronic Display
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Dipswitch
UP
Down
There are many different configuration possibilities,
through both dip switches and the digital keypad, that
allow you to configure the unit for your exact
application. See Owner’s Manual for more detailed
information.
Freeze guard
Setpoint Limit 2
Setpoint Limit 1
Fan CON/CYC for cooling
Fan CON/CYC for heating
Wall Thermostat enable
Electric heat only (for Heat Pumps)
A07072
Dip Switches
9
5
GA
GA
OUTDOOR AIRCONSIDERATIONS
APPLICATION
VENTILATION
GA
The standard wall thermostat interface provides a
Whether you are designing a new structure or
simple to install thermostat connection. The unit has
replacing packaged terminal air conditioning units in
a removable terminal connector to make field wiring
an
existing
building,
GAthermostat
Series willconnections
meet your
easy.
See more
info Gree
on wall
needs.
in the Dimensional Drawings and Installation Data
Section.
• Hotels and motels
• Nursing homes and assisted living care
Notes:
— centers
Thermostat wire is field supplied and
• Offices
recommended wire size is 18 to 20 gage
solid thermostat wire.
• Apartments
—
Wire should
be routed through the
• Single-familynever
dwellings
wall sleeve.
• Home
conversions and residential add--ons
— It is recommended to include extra wires
case a wire breaks or is cut during
NEWinCONSTRUCTION
installation.
The Gree GA series Packaged Terminal Air
— The thermostat is ordered separately and
Conditioning (PTAC) unit is designed to meet the
a Gree PTAC approved thermostat is
needs of the architect, engineer, and contractor. For
recommended, see the accessory chart in
unit installation, Gree’s expert support network will
the back.
assist in all applicable aspects of the construction
project, from preparing a budget to start-up.
EM (ENERGY MANAGEMENT)
ADVANTAGES
INTERFACE FOR NEW
CONSTRUCTION
The EM interface is standard and provides a simple to
Design
Flexibility
for the connection.
Architect/Engineer
install, Energy
Management
The unit has
a removable
terminal
to make
field
wiring
• Whisper-quietconnector
performance,
indoors
and
out
easy.• When
24VAC
is
supplied
to
the
input
(the
EM
No bulky duct system
connection), the unit will turn off. Once the 24VAC is
• No separate equipment room
removed (becomes 0 volts), the unit will turn back
on. • No water towers or additional cooling
equipment
Note:
Forcomplex
more info,matchsee the
in the back,
• No
-upsection
of different
HVAC
Typical
Wiring
Schematic
For
Energy
components
Management
Interface.
• Less sensitivity
to building orientation (sun,
wind, shade)
• Optional architectural grille to permit custom
exterior
appearance
POWER
CORD
FOR 265V UNITS
The
265v
power
cord for
extends
15--in. (381
mm) from
Owner
Initial
Cost
Savings
the Building
bottom
of
front
panel
and,
per
UL
and
system
• No expensive component HVACNational
Electricpurchase
Codes (NEC), must plug into an electrical
subbase.
• No equipment room or maintenance
Note:engineering
Accessorystaff
power cord and electrical
subbase
sold
separately.
• Two--part delivery (See
to Accessory
minimizesection
on--site
in back
of this document.)
damage
•
•
Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
for The Occupant
R W Y O Gh Gl C
•
Heat pump models offer substantial savings
over models with conventional electric
resistance heaters
• Individual units allow tenants to choose the
degree of comfort and operating economy.
• Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete
chassis can be replaced in minutes without
disrupting other occupants.
• Each unit operates independently of other
units in the building. No dependency by
Terminal
Connector
Removal
Replacement
building
on central
HVACand
system.
A07073
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
your options include:
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
your application.
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
replaced.
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
Gree GA series PTAC will fit into:
— The following major competitors’ wall
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
Trane, Friedrich
and Bryant, and NO
Energy Management
Terminal
Connections
accessory
retrofit
kit is required.
Wall Thermostat
Connections
— Friedrich T series and Terminal
ZoneAire
wall
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
Wall Thermostat
Management
extension and
(see Energy
accessory
Friedrich
Interface
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
A07634
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
place during construction; chassis that slides
in place after construction
No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
4
3
2
1
A07635
265V Power Cord
4 10
GA
WALL
THERMOSTAT INTERFACE
APPLICATIONS
units.power
It is important
conditioning
be
The
cord forthat
theair208/230-v unitsystems
provides
properly sized
installed for by
each application
in
power
cord andprotection
automatically
order
to
achieve
the
desired
temperature
and
humidity
disconnecting power during an unsafe condition.
levels can
within
the space
to be the
conditioned.
It is
Power
be restored
by pressing
RESET button.
strongly recommended that a professional engineer
match the PTAC units with the building structure and
climate.
The following application considerations are all
important in choosing the proper PTAC system for
the building structure.
GA
Undersizing
If a PTAC unit is undersized (cooling capacity is less
than required load for an application), the unit
will not be able to cool the space down to the desired
temperature during very hot days. The result could be
warm andACCESS
humid or warm
dry conditioned space.
EASY
TOand
CHASSIS
Condensate Removal
Gree’s GA series has a new condensate (water)
disposal system. The outdoor fan prop has a built in
slinger ring which draws condensate water through a
suction port built into the outdoor coil shroud. The
water passes though the suction port and is sprayed
on the warm outdoor coil for evaporation. Thus
providing better disposal of excess condensate and
improving unit operating efficiency.
It is normal and desirable to have some condensate
water in the ebase pan to boost operating efficiency.
Power cord Plug Head
NOTE: This unit will not always evaporate 100%
of the unit generated condensate and blown in
rain water. If it is necessary to control
100% of
BI-MOLDED
the condensate, the Drain Kit (Part No.: DRAINKIT-4PK) and a building condensate drain
system is recommended.
A07551
Access to the chassis simply requires removing front
panel, then four easy to access screws and then
If
a PTAC
unit is out
oversized
(cooling
is
sliding
the chassis
of the sleeve
forcapacity
service or
greater
than
required
load
for
the
specific
application),
maintenance.
the unit will cool the space down to the desired
desired temperature too quickly.
The unit will cycle on and off, however,
dehumidification only takes place when the unit is
operating. The result of this type of application in a
hot and/or humid climate would be a cool, yet
excessively humid, space.
Oversizing
A07057
Easy to Access Chassis
Air Infiltration
Excessive air infiltration can intensify problems
associated with undersizing or oversizing a PTAC
unit. This can be the cause of insufficient cooling,
dehumidification, or heating. Sources of air
infiltration include vents, gaps around windows and
doors, and improperly sealed floors, ceilings or wall
joints.
11
5
GA
APPLICATION
POWER
CORD PROTECTION
CONSIDERATIONS
FOR
Installation
230/208Vinstructions
UNITS are shipped with all PTAC
The temperature--activated drain valve opens when
Whether you are designing a new structure or
the outdoor temperature drops below 55˚ F (12.8˚ C)
replacing packaged terminal air conditioning units in
to prevent water from freezing in the basepan.
an existing building, Gree GA Series will meet your
needs.
Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
for The Occupant
•
SEAMLESS BASEPAN
• Hotels and motels
Seamless drawn basepan walls add protection against
• Nursing homes and assisted living care
water accumulation resulting from storm--driven rain
centers
with heavy wind.
• Offices
Gree’s deep basepan holds up to 1-3/4 gallons (6.6
• ofApartments
liters)
water without spilling. Closed cell foam
• Single-family between
dwellingsthe basepan and coils,
insulators
are located
keeping
coils conversions
from direct and
contact
with the
basepan
• Home
residential
add-ons
and providing additional protection against corrosion.
GA
NEW CONSTRUCTION
The Gree GA series Packaged Terminal Air
Conditioning (PTAC) unit is designed to meet the
needs of the architect, engineer, and contractor. For
unit installation, Gree’s expert support network will
CONDENSATE REMOVAL
assist in all applicable aspects of the construction
Gree’s from
GA preparing
series hasa budget
a new tocondensate
project,
start-up. (water)
disposal system. The suction port, along with the
slinger ring, draws FOR
in water
which is sprayed up onto
ADVANTAGES
NEW
the outdoor coil. The water then evaporates, thus
CONSTRUCTION
providing
better disposal
of Architect/Engineer
excess condensate and
Design
Flexibility
for the
improving unit efficiency.
• Whisper--quiet performance, indoors and out
NOTE: If it is necessary to control 100% of the
• No bulky duct system
condensate, the Drain Kit (Part No.: DRAIN-KIT-4PK)
• No separate equipment room
is recommended.
• No water towers or additional cooling
equipment
• No complex match--up of different HVAC
components
• Less sensitivity to building orientation (sun,
wind, shade)
• Optional architectural grille to permit custom
exterior appearance
•
•
•
Heat pump models offer substantial savings
over models with conventional electric
resistance heaters
Individual units allow tenants to choose the
degree of comfort and operating economy.
Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete
chassis can be replaced in minutes without
disrupting other occupants.
Each unit operates independently of other
units in the building. No dependency by
building on central HVAC system.
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
A07550
Condensate
Drain
Water
If you
are replacing
a unitValve
in an Prevents
existing wall
sleeve,
from
Freezing
in
Basepan
your options include:
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
your application.
SLINGER
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
RING
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
replaced.
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
Gree GA series PTAC will fit into:
CONDENSATION
SUCTION PORT
wall
— The following major competitors’
CONDENSER
SECTION
sleeves/grilles: Carrier,
GE,
Amana,
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
accessory retrofit kit is required.
Condensate
Removal
System wall
— Friedrich T series
and ZoneAire
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
extension (see accessory Friedrich
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
A07678
Initial Cost Savings for the Building Owner
• No expensive component HVAC system
purchase
• No equipment room or maintenance
engineering staff
• Two--part delivery to minimize on--site
damage
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
place during construction; chassis that slides
in place after construction
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
4 12
GA
CONDENSATE DRAIN VALVE
APPLICATIONS
CORROSION PROTECTION
APPLICATION
CONSIDERATIONS
Condensate Removal
Installation
To
protect against
instructions
the corrosive
are shipped
effects
with
of aall
seacoast
PTAC
units.
environment,
It is important
this option
that air
includes:
conditioning systems be
Gree’s GA series has a new condensate (water)
properly
and chassis
installed
forfront
eachpanel
application in
• Asized
standard
with
disposal system. The outdoor fan prop has a built in
order
achieveoutdoor
the desired
temperature
andconsisting
humidity
• to Special
section
protections
slinger ring which draws condensate water through a
levels within
the space to be conditioned. It is
of:
suction port built into the outdoor coil shroud. The
strongly recommended that a professional engineer
water passes though the suction port and is sprayed
— All exposed steel components are
match the PTAC units with the building structure and
on the warm outdoor coil for evaporation. Thus
painted.
climate.
providing better disposal of excess condensate and
— Coated outdoor coil fins and tubing.
The following application considerations are all
improving unit operating efficiency.
— Stainless
steel
tube sheets
important
in choosing
the proper
PTAC(outdoor
system for
coil)
It is normal and desirable to have some condensate
the building
structure.
— Totally enclosed fan motor with
water in the ebase pan to boost operating efficiency.
moisture
resistant
windings.
Undersizing
NOTE: This unit will not always evaporate 100%
Alla PTAC
installations
one mile
of the
sea coast
or
If
unit is within
undersized
(cooling
capacity
is less
of the unit generated condensate and blown in
other required
corrosiveload
environment
must use Corrosion
than
for an application),
the unit
rain water. If it is necessary to control 100% of
Protection
will
not be(CP).
able to cool the space down to the desired
the condensate,
the DrainProtection
Kit (Part No.: DRAINCorrosion
temperature
during
veryproduct
hot days.
The result
be
NOTE: Refer
to the
warranty
for could
reduced
KIT-4PK) and a building condensate drain
warm
and humid
or warm
dry conditioned
space.
warranty
coverage
on and
standard
non-corrosion
system is recommended.
protected units installed within one mile of the of the
Oversizing
sea coast or within a corrosive environment.
If a PTAC unit is oversized (cooling capacity is
greater than required load for the specific application),
the unit will cool the space down to the desired
desired temperature too quickly.
Corrosion Protected Models are not currently available.
The unit will cycle on and off, however,
Contact
dehumidification only
takes your
placecustomer
when theservice
unit isrepresentative for more information.
operating. The result of this type of application in a
hot and/or humid climate would be a cool, yet
excessively humid, space.
Air Infiltration
Excessive air infiltration can intensify problems
associated with undersizing or oversizing a PTAC
unit. This can be the cause of insufficient cooling,
dehumidification, or heating. Sources of air
infiltration include vents, gaps around windows and
doors, and improperly sealed floors, ceilings or wall
joints.
13
5
GA
GA
A09078
or
replacing
packaged
terminal
air conditioning
units in
Heat pump
models
are available
at a nominal
additional
cost. In many
locales,
an
existing building,
Gree GA
Series the
willpayback
meet youris
realized in just a few months. Cost and payback
needs.
details are provided on the next page.
• Hotels and motels
• Nursing homes and assisted living care
SPECIAL
FEATURES
centers
TwoThermostat:
• Stage
Offices
The•indoor
thermostat senses the indoor temperature
Apartments
and automatically turns on the electric heat to warm
• Single--family dwellings
the room quickly. After the desired temperature
• Home have
conversions
and residential
-ons
conditions
been satisfied,
the addthermostat
automatically switches to heat pump mode. If
compressor
failure occurs, thethermostat will provide
NEW
CONSTRUCTION
backup electric heat automatically.
The Gree GA series Packaged Terminal Air
Outdoor Thermostat:
Conditioning
(PTAC) unit is designed to meet the
Duringofthe
the outdoor
thermostat
needs
the heating
architect,cycle,
engineer,
and contractor.
For
senses
outdoor coil
temperature.
It switches
the will
unit
unit
installation,
Gree’s
expert support
network
to electric
modeaspects
when ofthethe outdoor
coil
assist
in all heat
applicable
construction
temperature
is 28˚ F a(--2.2˚
C)toor
below for one
project,
from preparing
budget
start-up.
minute. The thermostat switches the unit back to heat
pump mode when the
outdoor
ADVANTAGES
FOR
NEWcoil temperature rises
above 40˚ F (4.4˚ C) for ten minutes, which is enough
CONSTRUCTION
to
provide
heat to meet
The entire operation
Design
Flexibility
fordemand.
the Architect/Engineer
is completely automatic.
• Whisper--quiet performance, indoors and out
Reversing Valve:
• No bulky duct system
The reversing valve provides quiet refrigerant flow
• No separate equipment room
when energized in heating mode. The valve controls
• No water
towersflow
or for
additional
cooling
the direction
of refrigerant
both heating
and
equipment
cooling functions and remains energized as long as
No complex
-up position.
of different
HVAC
the •controls
are in matchthe heat
When
the
components
cooling controls are activated, the valve automatically
reverses
to thesensitivity
cooling position.
• Less
to building orientation (sun,
wind,
shade)
Manual Compressor Override Configuration:
Optional architectural
to permit
custom
This• configuration
dip switchgrille
completely
locks
out
exterior
appearance
the compressor. See Owners Manual for more
details.Note
that the compressor
and heater
do not
Owner
Initial Cost Savings
for the Building
operate
at theexpensive
same time,component
thus conserving
HVACenergy.
system
• No
purchase
• No equipment room or maintenance
engineering staff
• Two--part delivery to minimize on--site
damage
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
place during construction; chassis that slides
in place after construction
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
HOW THE HEAT PUMP WORKS
Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
for The Occupant
•
Heat pump models offer substantial savings
over models with conventional electric
resistance heaters
• Individual units allow tenants to choose the
degree of comfort and operating economy.
• Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete
chassis can be replaced in minutes without
disrupting other occupants.
In Hot
Weather:
• Each unit operates independently of other
Gree’s PTAC
provide
indoorNo
comfort
in the same
units units
in the
building.
dependency
by
manner building
as conventional
air
conditioners,
removing
on central HVAC system.
heat and humidity fromindoor air. The heat and
humidity
is released to the outdoors. Gree’s high
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
efficiency design saves energy and reduces cooling
If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
costs.
your options include:
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
your application.
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
replaced.
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
Gree GA series PTAC will fit into:
The following major competitors’ wall
In Cool—Weather:
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
When the outdoor coil temperature is above 28˚ F
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
(--2.2˚ C), the heat pump draws heat from outdoor air
accessory retrofit kit is required.
and uses it to heat indoor air. Since heat is transferred
—produced,
Friedrich TGree’s
series and
wallless
and not
heatZoneAire
pump uses
sleeves,
with
a
required
wall
sleeve
electricity and reduces energy costs significantly.
extension (see accessory Friedrich
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
A07553
A07553
A07554
In Sub- Freezing Weather:
When the outdoor coil temperature falls below 28˚ F
(--2.2˚ C) for one minute, the unit automatically
switches on a built--in electric heater. The compressor
stops and the indoor fan circulates warm air produced
by the heater. When the outdoor coil temperature rises
above 40˚ F (4.4˚ C) for ten minutes, heat pump
operation resumes automatically.
4 14
GA
GA
APPLICATIONS
HEAT
PUMPS PAY THEIR
OWN WAY
Whether
you are designing a new structure
APPLICATION
CONSIDERATIONS
HEAT PUMP ENERGY
Condensate Removal
Installation
instructions are shipped with all PTAC
SAVINGS
units. It is important that air conditioning systems be
Gree’s GA series has a new condensate (water)
Heat
pumps
save
more
on operating
during the
properly
sized
and
installed
for eachcosts
application
in
disposal system. The outdoor fan prop has a built in
heating
than
models. Theand
table
below
order to cycle
achieve
theheat/cool
desired temperature
humidity
slinger ring which draws condensate water through a
shows
that
the
higher
initial
cost
of
purchasing
a
heat
ZONE
V
levels within the space to be conditioned. It is
VI
suction
port built into the outdoor coil shroud. The
pump
is
quickly
made
up
in
lower
operating
costs.
strongly recommended that a professional engineer
ZONE V
water passes though the suction
port and is sprayed
Use
thethe
map
to identify
the climate
zone’s
designated
match
PTAC
units with
the building
structure
and
on the warm outdoor coil for evaporation. Thus
number.
climate. Reading down the left--hand column of the
ZONE IV
providing better disposal of
excess condensate and
table,
select the cost/kWh
rateconsiderations
in this zone that
The following
application
aremost
all
improving
unit
operating
efficiency.
closely
important approximates
in choosing theyour
properlocal
PTAC rate.
systemThe
for
ZONE III
approximated
savings
and
payback
period
is found at
II and desirable to have some condensate
It is normal
the building structure.
the intersection of your zone/rate line and the desired
ZONE operating
II
water in the ebase pan to boost
efficiency.
Btuh Cooling Capacity column. Exact savings are
Undersizing
NOTE: This unit will not always
evaporate
100%
ZONE
I
determined by lifestyle, local electrical rates, and
If
a
PTAC
unit
is
undersized
(cooling
capacity
is
less
of
the
unit
generated
condensate
and
blown
in
climatic conditions.
than required load for an application), the unit
rain water. If it is necessary to control 100% of
will not be able to cool the space down to the desired
the condensate, the Drain Kit (Part No.: DRAINGREE
HEAT
COST
VERSUS
OVER HEAT/COOL MODELS
temperature during
very
hotPUMP
days. INITIAL
The result
could
be SAVINGS
KIT-4PK) and a building condensate drain
7,000 BTUH
9,000 BTUH
12,000 BTUH
15,000 BTUH
warm and humid or (2,051
warmWH)
and
dry $60
conditioned
space.
is recommended.
(2,638 WH)2
WH)2
(4,396 WH)3
1
$75system(3,517
$90
$110
COOLING
COOLING
PREMIUM
PREMIUM
CAPACITY
CAPACITY
Annual
Payback in
Annual
Payback in
Months
Savings*
Months
If a PTAC$.06
unit is Savings*
oversized
(cooling
capacity
is
$ 34.26
21
$ 43.08
21
greater
than$.08
required load
for the specific
application),
$ 45.68
16
$ 57.44
16
I
$.10
$ 57.10
13
$ 71.80
13
the unit will
cool
the
space
down
to
the
desired
$.06
$ 57.12
13
$ 71.76
13
desired
temperature
too
quickly. 9
$.08
$ 76.16
$ 95.68
9
II
$.10
$ 95.20
8
$119.60
8
The unit $.06
will cycle
and12 off, however,
$ 58.02 on
$ 72.84
12
$.08
$ 77.36
$ 97.12
9
III
dehumidification
only
takes place9 when the
unit is
$.10
$ 96.70
7
$121.40
7
operating. The
result
of
this
type
of
application
in
a
$.06
$ 82.02
9
$103.02
9
$109.36
$137.36 yet
7
hot and/or$.08
humid climate
would7 be a cool,
$.10
$136.70
5
$171.70
5
IV
excessively$.12
humid, space.
$164.04
4
$206.04
4
$.14
$191.38
4
$240.38
4
$.16
$218.72
3
$274.72
3
$.06
$ 57.36
13
$ 71.94
13
$.08
$ 76.48
9
$ 95.92
9
Excessive
air infiltration
problems
$.10
$ 95.60 can intensify
8
$119.90
8
V
$114.72
6
$143.88
6
associated $.12
with
undersizing
or
oversizing
a
PTAC
$.14
$133.84
5
$167.86
5
unit. This can
of insufficient
cooling,
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93.72
8
$117.66
8
$.08
$124.96
6
dehumidification,
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of air
VI
$.10
$156.20
$196.10
5
$187.44gaps around
4
$235.32and
4
infiltration $.12
include vents,
windows
ZONE
ELECTRIC
COST/kWH
Oversizing
Air Infiltration
COOLING
CAPACITY
Annual
Savings*
$ 58.20
$ 77.60
$ 97.00
$ 96.96
$129.28
$161.60
$ 98.40
$131.20
$164.00
$139.14
$185.52
$231.90
$278.28
$324.66
$371.04
$ 97.26
$129.68
$162.10
$194.52
$272.33
$159.00
$212.00
$265.00
$318.00
LEGEND
doors,
and improperly sealed floors, ceilings or wall
kWH --- Kilowatt Hour
*joints.
Computer projections based on full cooling load at 95˚ F (35˚ C). Savings projected for 230 v ratings.
1
Heating load is 5,000 Btuh (1465 WH) at winter design point temperature.
2
Heating load is 10,000 Btuh (2931 WH) at winter design point temperature.
3
Heating load is 15,000 Btuh (4396 WH) at winter design point temperature.
15
5
PREMIUM
Payback in
Months
19
14
11
11
8
7
11
8
7
8
6
5
4
3
3
11
8
7
6
4
7
5
4
3
COOLING
CAPACITY
Annual
Savings*
$ 68.34
$ 91.12
$113.90
$113.64
$151.52
$189.40
$115.38
$153.84
$192.30
$163.14
$217.52
$271.90
$326.28
$380.66
$435.04
$113.94
$151.92
$189.90
$227.88
$265.86
$186.48
$248.64
$310.80
$372.96
PREMIUM
Payback in
Months
19
14
12
12
9
7
11
9
7
8
6
5
4
3
3
12
9
7
6
5
7
5
4
4
GA
GA
A07555
WALL you
SLEEVES
Whether
are designing a new structure or
replacing
packaged
terminal air
units
in
For the best performance
andconditioning
longest life,
Gree
an
existing building,
GA Series
meetfor
your
recommends
genuineGree
polymer
wall will
sleeves
all
needs.
installations.
Hotels
motels
All •Gree
wall and
sleeves
are built with a pitch of 1/4
in. per
foot (20.3homes
mm/m);
self-pitching
the
• Nursing
andforassisted
livingof care
unit. Overflow
centers slots on the outside of the sleeve are
in place
to divert excess water during severe
• Offices
weather.
• Apartments
• Single--family dwellings
Important
Installation
Considerations:
• HomeSleeve
conversions
and residential
add--ons
• All Gree sleeves are self pitching and must
be mounted level in all directions.
NEW
• The CONSTRUCTION
sleeve should be caulked on all sides,
The including
Gree GA both
seriesinside
Packaged
Terminal the
Air
and outside
Conditioning
(PTAC)
unit
is
designed
to
meet
the
building.
needs
the architect,
andofcontractor.
For
• Ifofmore
than 4 in. engineer,
(101.6 mm)
wall sleeve
unit installation,
expert
network
will
projects intoGree’s
the room,
ansupport
accessory
subbase
assistmust
in all
aspects of the construction
be applicable
used for support.
project,
from
preparing
a
budget
to start-up.
• For all applications
with
an accessory
subbase, wall sleeve must extend 3--1/4 in.
ADVANTAGES
FOR NEW
(82.6 mm) minimum
into room and must be
CONSTRUCTION
3--1/4 in. (82.6 mm) minimum to 5--1/2 in.
(139.7
mm) maximum
floor (including
Design
Flexibility
for the above
Architect/Engineer
carpeting)
to
allow
for
proper
fit
of subbase.
• Whisper--quiet performance, indoors
and out
• • ForNoapplications
where
the
wall
sleeve
is
bulky duct system
mounted flush to the exterior of the
• building
No separate
equipment
(or recessed
in), room
Gree recommends
• a fieldNo -supplied
water towers
or additional
cooling
drip edge
be installed
to
equipment
prevent water infiltration into the building.
No complex
match--up
of different
HVAC
• • Insulated
wall sleeves
should
be considered
components
for superior sound absorption, to reduce heat
and
to prevent
sleeve orientation
sweating, (sun,
a
• lossLess
sensitivity
to building
condition
that can occur when the outside
wind, shade)
is cold and the
indoor
conditions
• temperature
Optional architectural
grille
to permit
custom
areexterior
warm and
humid.
appearance
Initial Cost Savings for the Building Owner
Polymer
Sleeves component HVAC system
expensive
• NoWall
purchase
Choose a polymer wall sleeve for maximum
protection
appearance.room or maintenance
• No andequipment
engineering
staff are made from a molded
All polymer wall sleeves
polymer
that-part
is designed
for strength
and durability.
• Twodelivery
to minimize
on--site
This material
has excellent corrosion resistance and a
damage
flammability
rating
of UL94-5V.sleeve that goes in
• Weather-protected
wall
The sleeve
textured to prevent
shineslides
and
placesurface
duringisconstruction;
chassis that
hide scratches.
configuration on the sleeve
in place The
after rib
construction
bottom
allows
easychangeover
chassis removal
in
• No
seasonal
requiredand
for aids
cooling
drainage.
The
locating
holes
in
the
side
and
top
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
panels allow
for easy fastening of the sleeve to wall
systems
Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
for
The Occupant
openings.
Refer to dimension drawings for typical
Heat pump and
models
offer substantial
savings
wall• installation
dimensions.
The sleeve’s
over
models
with
conventional
electric
alpine mist color (a shade of beige) closely matches
the frontresistance
panel andheaters
blends in well with any inside or
• Individual
allow wall
tenants
to choose
outside
decor. Theunits
polymer
sleeve
comes the
in
degree
of
comfort
and
operating
economy.
both insulated (factory installed) or non-insulated,
to meet
the requirements
of every
application.
servicing reduces
downtime:
complete
• Rapid
chassis can be replaced in minutes without
Insulated
Polymer
Wall
Sleeve
disrupting
other
occupants.
Each
unit operates
independently of other
Part•No.:
SLEEVE-INSUL--1PK
units
in
the
building.
No dependency
by
Gree’s accessory insulated polymer
wall sleeve,
building
on central
HVAC system.
with factory-installed
insulation,
provides superior
sound absorption, reduces heat loss and prevents
sleeve sweating, a condition that can occur when the
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
outside
temperature
coldin
indoorwall
conditions
and
If
you are
replacing is
a unit
anthe
existing
sleeve,
are
warm
and
humid.
your options include:
• Replace the
existingPolymer
wall sleeve
with the
IMPORTANT:
Insulated
Wall Sleeve
the
polymer
wall
sleeve.
See
accessory
sleeve
provides superior sound absorption, reduces
section
for
selecting
the
correct
sleeve
for
heat loss and prevents sleeve sweating.
your application.
NOTE: in most cases,
when replacing the
42”
(1067 mm) grille must also be
wall sleeve, the exterior
replaced.
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille.16”The
(406 mm)
Gree GA series PTAC will fit into:
— The following major competitors’ wall
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
accessory retrofit kit is required. 14-7/8”
(378 mm)
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
A07633
extension
(see accessory
Corrosion -- Protected
PolymerFriedrich
Sleeve
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
Non--Insulated Polymer Wall Sleeve
Part No.: WALL--SLEEVE--1PK
Gree’s accessory non-insulated polymer wall sleeve
provides a superior appearance and protection for
many applications.
For applications where weather conditions
could influence sleeve sweating, a condition
that can occur when the outside temperature is
cold and the indoor conditions are warm and
humid, the Insulated Polymer Wall Sleeve
should be considered.
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FIELD--INSTALLED ACCESSORIES
APPLICATIONS
Installation
instructions
are shipped with all PTAC
Insulated Metal
Wall Sleeves
units. It is important that air conditioning systems be
Part
No.: sized
SLEEVEproperly
and -STEELinstalled-1PK
for each application in
Part
No.:
SLEEVE-EXT18-1PK
order to achieve the desired temperature
and humidity
Part
SLEEVElevelsNo.:
within
the -EXT24space to-1PK
be conditioned. It is
Part
No.:recommended
SLEEVE--EXT26strongly
that -1PK
a professional engineer
Part
No.:
SLEEVE-EXT28-1PK
match the PTAC units with the
building structure and
Gree’s
climate.metal wall sleeves are available in a variety
of
for application
most applications
and difficult
The sizes
following
considerations
are all
installations.
Choose
from
14-3/4
in.,
18 system
in., 24 in.,
important in choosing the proper PTAC
for
26
or 28 in.
(375 mm, 457mm, 610 mm, 660 mm,
thein.,
building
structure.
and 711 mm) standard depth sizes . All metal wall
sleeves come with factory--installed insulation,
Undersizing
designed to minimize heat loss, reduce outdoor noise
If
a PTAC unit is
undersized
(cooling
capacity sleeve
is less
transmissions
into
the room
and prevent
than
required
load
for
an
application),
the
unit
sweating. In addition, the metal wall sleeve provides
will not be able to cool the space down to the desired
a flammability rating higher than UL94--5V.
temperature during very hot days. The result could be
warm and humid or warm and dry conditioned space.
Wall Sleeve Molding Kit
Condensate Removal
42 in
(1067)
Gree’s GA series has a new condensate (water)
16 in a built in
disposal system. The outdoor fan prop has
(406)
slinger ring which draws condensate water through a
suction port built into the outdoor coil shroud. The
water passes though the suction port andAvailable
is sprayed
in:
14-3/4
in. (375),
on the warm outdoor coil for evaporation.
Thus
18 in. (457),
24 in. (610), and
providing better disposal of excess condensate
26 in. (660),
improving
unit operating efficiency.
28 in. (711)
Amounts in ( ) = mm
A07381
It is normal and desirable to have some condensate
Standard
and Extended
Metal
Wallefficiency.
Sleeve
water
in the ebase
pan to boost
operating
NOTE: This unit will not always evaporate 100%
of the unit generated condensate and blown in
rain water. If it is necessary to control 100% of
the condensate, the Drain Kit (Part No.: DRAINKIT-4PK) and a building condensate drain
system is recommended.
1 IN.
(25.4 mm)
Part No.: SLEEVE–MOLDING
Oversizing
Fora aPTAC
superior
and to hide
any construction
If
unitlook
is oversized
(cooling
capacity is
imperfections,
use
Gree’s
wall
sleeve
molding
kit to
greater than required load for the specific
application),
trim
the
wall
sleeve
to
the
wall.
The
molding
kit
is a
the unit will cool the space down to the desired
perfect
solution
and
can
be
used
with
any
Gree
wall
desired temperature too quickly.
sleeveunit
(matches
sleeveoncolor).
The
willwall
cycle
and off, however,
dehumidification only takes place when the unit is
operating. The result of this type of application in a
hot and/or humid climate would be a cool, yet
excessively humid, space.
1/2 IN.
(12.7 mm)
A08395
Wall Sleeve Molding Kit
Air Infiltration
Excessive
air infiltration
intensify
problems
Friedrich (and
ZoneAire)can
Retrofit
Wall
Sleeve
associated
Adapter with undersizing or oversizing a PTAC
unit.
ThisFRcan-SLEEVEbe the cause
Part No.:
-EXTof insufficient cooling,
dehumidification, or heating. Sources of air
The Friedrich (and ZoneAire) wall sleeve adapter is
infiltration include vents, gaps around windows and
constructed of metal and is designed to increase the
doors, and improperly sealed floors, ceilings or wall
depth
joints.of an existing Friedrich T-series or ZoneAire wall
sleeve to accommodate all industry standard PTAC
units.
16 IN.
(406.4 mm)
42 IN.
(1067 mm)
3 IN.
(76.2 mm)
A08396
Friedrich Wall Sleeve Adapter Kit
17
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APPLICATION
CONSIDERATIONS
FIELD--INSTALLED
ACCESSORIES (CONT.)
FIELD--INSTALLED ACCESSORIES (CONT.)
APPLICATIONS
Part No.: GRILLE--ALU--CLEAR (anodized aluminum)
NEW
Part No.: CONSTRUCTION
GRILLE--ALU--WHITE
Part No.:
-ALU--BEIGE
The
GreeGRILLEGA series
Packaged Terminal Air
Conditioning
(PTAC)
unit
is designed
to meet the
(color matches
Part No.: GRILLE--ALU--ALPIN
needs of the
engineer, and contractor. For
wallarchitect,
sleeve)
unit
installation,
Gree’s
expert
support network will
Part No.: GRILLE--ALU-BRONZ
assist
in
all
applicable
aspects
of the construction
Part No.: GRILLE--ALU--MBRNZ
project, from preparing a budget to start-up.
Part No.: GRILLE--ALU--BROWN
ADVANTAGES FOR NEW
This
premium line of decorative outdoor grilles will
CONSTRUCTION
enhance
the appearance
building. The grilles
Design Flexibility
for of
theany
Architect/Engineer
are made of strong, durable, extruded, anodized
• Whisper--quiet performance, indoors and out
aluminum and are designed to be mounted easily from
• the
No room.
bulky These
duct system
inside
elegant grilles, available in
•
No
separate
equipment
room enamel finishes
many standard colors,
have baked
®
• No50%
water
or aadditional
cooling
resin, for
superior finish
that
containing
Kynartowers
equipment
will withstand the most extreme conditions.
• No complex match--up of different HVAC
components
• Less sensitivity to building orientation (sun,
wind, shade)
• Optional architectural grille to permit custom
exterior appearance
Lower
Operating
Costs and
Reliable
Comfort
Polymeric
Architectural
Outdoor
Grilles
for
The
Occupant
(Louvered)
Heat
pump-PLAmodels
offer substantial savings
Part•No.:
GRILLE-BEIGE
over models with conventional electric
Part No.:
GRILLE-PLA--ALPIN
resistance
heaters
(color matches Gree’s polymer wall sleeve)
• Individual units allow tenants to choose the
This value
lineofofcomfort
polymeric
architectural
outdoor
degree
and operating
economy.
grilles will blend attractively with most building
servicing
reduces
downtime:
complete
• Rapid
exteriors.
Mounted
easily
from inside
the room,
the
chassis
can
be
replaced
in
minutes
without
one--piece, molded grille is designed for protection,
other
enhanceddisrupting
appearance,
andoccupants.
superior weather-resistance.
•
Each
unit
operates
independently
of has
other
The grille is made of durable
polymer and
a
units
in
the
building.
No
dependency
by
colorfast, lightly textured finish that blends well with
building
on central HVAC system.
most exterior
finishes.
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
your options include:
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
your application.
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
replaced.
Architectural Grille in
• Use an
existing sleeve
and exterior grille. The
Aluminum
or Polymeric
Gree GA series PTAC will fit into:
— The following major competitors’ wall
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
StandardTrane,
Outdoor
Aluminum
Grilleand NO
Friedrich
and Bryant,
Part No.: GRILLEaccessory-ALUretrofit-STAMP
kit is required.
—-effective,
Friedrich oneT series
ZoneAire
This cost-pieceand
standard
grillewall
is made
sleeves,
with aaluminum.
required wall
from durable
anodized
The sleeve
grille is
lightweight,
has a clear
finish,
and is easy
to install
extension
(see
accessory
Friedrich
Retrofit
Wall Sleeve Adapter).
from inside
the room.
Initial Cost Savings for the Building Owner
• No expensive component HVAC system
purchase
• No equipment room or maintenance
engineering staff
• Two--part delivery to minimize on--site
damage
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
place during construction; chassis that slides
in place after construction
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
Standard Grille
4 18
GA
GA
OUTDOOR
GRILLES
Whether
you are
designing a new structure or
replacing
packaged
terminal
conditioning
units in
Gree recommends only theairuse
of Gree-supplied
an
existing
building,
Series
meet your
grilles
for use
with theGree
GA GA
series
units.will
However,
the
needs.
architectural designs of a building may dictate the use
of special
or oversized
grilles and/or louvers. Special
• Hotels
and motels
louvers or any special architectural treatment of the
• Nursing homes and assisted living care
building facade that may restrict free circulation
centers
of condenser airflow should be referred to Gree
• Offices
Corporation
for evaluation and approval.
• Apartments
• Single-family dwellings
Aluminum
Architectural
•
Home
conversions
and residential add--ons
Outdoor Grilles
(Louvered)
Installation instructions are shipped with all PTAC
units. It is important
that air conditioning
systems be
OUTDOOR
GRILLE
SELECTION
properly sized and installed for each application in
IMPORTANT: If you wish to use a grille not made
order to achieve the desired temperature and humidity
for
thewithin
Gree GA
Gree Application
levels
the series
space contact
to be conditioned.
It is
Engineering.
strongly recommended that a professional engineer
The
following
must
be followed
in and
the
match
the PTACguidelines
units with the
building
structure
initial
climate.selection of any alternate exterior grille or
louver:
The following application considerations are all
1. The louver
must have
a minimum
65% free
important
in choosing
the proper
PTACofsystem
for
area. Free
area is the minimum area of the
the building
structure.
opening in an air inlet or outlet in which air can
pass. Free Area (%) = X/Y.
Undersizing
The louver
be attached
to capacity
the wall is
sleeve
If a2.PTAC
unit is should
undersized
(cooling
less
in
a
manner
that
will
prevent
recirculation
of
than required load for an application), the unit
condenser
discharge
air
into
the
inlet.
In
most
will not be able to cool the space down to the desired
applications,
baffles,
splitters,
and/orcould
gasket
temperature
during very
hot days.
The result
be
be required
between
theconditioned
chassis tube
end
warmwill
and humid
or warm
and dry
space.
sheets and the louver to prevent air
recirculation.
Oversizing
Thea above
be followed,
since
a louver
If
PTACcriteria
unit ismust
oversized
(cooling
capacity
is
that
is
restrictive
or
allows
re-circulation
will
result
greater than required load for the specific application),
in a unit
reduction
of the
andthe
efficiency
the
will cool
theunit’s
spacecapacity
down to
desired
and
will
ultimately
shorten
the
compressor
life.
desired temperature too quickly.
The unit will cycle on and off, however,
dehumidification only takes place when the unit is
operating.
HardwireThe
Kit result of this type of application in a
hot
and/or
humid climate would be a cool, yet
Part No.: HARDWIRE-KIT-15A
excessively humid, space.
HARDWIRE-KIT-20A
HARDWIRE-KIT-30A
Air Infiltration
This accessory
hardwire kitcan
provides
a permanent
Excessive
air infiltration
intensify
problems
connection
to
the
unit.
Electrical
hard
is
associated with undersizing or oversizingwiring
a PTAC
required
when
NEC
(National
Electrical
Code)
or
unit. This can be the cause of insufficient cooling,
local codes restrict the
of power
cord and
dehumidification,
or use
heating.
Sources
of plug
air
connections.
The
hardwire
kit
easily
mounts
on
the
infiltration include vents, gaps around windows and
front right
of the unit
andfloors,
comesceilings
with 36or
inches
doors,
and side
improperly
sealed
wall
(914.4 mm) of flexible steel conduit.
joints.
Condensate Removal
Gree’s GA series has a new condensate (water)
disposal system. The outdoor fan prop has a built in
slinger ring which draws condensate water through a
suction port built into the outdoor coil shroud. The
water passes though the suction port Xand is sprayed
on the warm outdoor coil for evaporation. Thus
Y excess condensate and
Y
providing
better disposal of
X
X
X
improving unitYoperating efficiency.
Y
It is normal and desirable to have some
condensate
water in the ebase pan to boost operating efficiency.
NOTE: This unit will not always evaporate 100%
of the unit generated condensate and blown in
rain water. If it is necessary to control 100% of
Louver Dimensional Reference
the condensate, the Drain Kit (Part No.: DRAINCalculations
KIT-4PK) andSample
a building
condensate drain
system is recommended.
x
Free Area (%) =
x 100
y
x=1
y = 1.5
F.A. (%) =
1
x 100 = 66.7%
1.5
A07381
Hardwire Kit
Conduit Interface Kit
Part No.: CONDUIT-KIT-15A
CONDUIT-KIT-20A
CONDUIT-KIT-30A
The conduit interface accessory kit provides an easy
wire connection to the unit to interface to existing
field--supplied conduit.
A07810
Conduit Interface Kit
19
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APPLICATION
CONSIDERATIONS
FIELD--INSTALLED
ACCESSORIES (CONT.)
FIELD--INSTALLED ACCESSORIES (CONT.)
APPLICATIONS
Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
for The Occupant
Part•No.:Heat
SUBBASE-265V--20A
pump models
offer substantial savings
Part No.:over
SUBBASEmodels-265Vwith-30A
conventional electric
heaters
Part No.:resistance
SUBBASE-NON--ELEC
•
Individual
units
allow tenants to choose the
Part No.: LEVELING--LEGS
degree of comfort and operating economy.
• Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete
chassis can be replaced in minutes without
disrupting other occupants.
• Each unit operates independently of other
units in the building. No dependency by
building on central HVAC system.
centers
This decorative subbase supports the unit and is
• Offices
available
in three basic models: non--electrical,
• Apartments
electrical,
and hardwired.
• Single-family
dwellings
A subbase
(or
leveling
legs) is required for
installations
the walland
sleeve
extendsadd4 or
more
• Homewhere
conversions
residential
-ons
inches into the room or the wall is less than 2 in.
(50.8 mm) thick. The minimum clearance between
NEW
CONSTRUCTION
the bottom of the sleeve and the floor is 3--1/4 in.
The
GA the
series
Packaged
Terminal
Air
(82.6 Gree
mm), and
maximum
clearance
is 5--1/2
Conditioning
(PTAC)
unit
is
designed
to
meet
the
(139.7 mm) inches.
needs of the architect, engineer, and contractor. For
All subbase models are pre--assembled, mount to the
unit installation, Gree’s expert support network will
wall sleeve, and come with adjustable legs and side
assist in all applicable aspects of the construction
skirting to provide a finished appearance.
project, from preparing a budget to start-up.
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
your
options include:
IMPORTANT:
All standard cord--connected
• -vReplace
existing will
wall sleeve
265PTACthe units
requirewitha the
the polymer
wall sleeve.
See accessory
sleeve
field--installed
electrical
subbase
accessory
section
for
selecting
the
correct
sleeve
for
per UL and NEC electrical codes.
your application.
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
replaced.
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
Gree GA series PTAC will fit into:
— The following major competitors’ wall
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
accessory retrofit kit is required.
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
Non -- Electrical Subbase Assembly
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
extension (see accessory Friedrich
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
NonElectrical Subbase
ADVANTAGES
FOR NEW
The
easy to install, non--electrical subbase provides
CONSTRUCTION
mechanical
support and
requires
no wiring.
Design
Flexibility
for the
Architect/Engineer
• Whisper--quiet performance, indoors and out
• No bulky duct system
• No separate equipment room
• No Subbase
water towers or additional cooling
Electrical
equipment
The electrical subbase has a factory--installed
• Nojunction
complexbox
match-up of adifferent
HVAC
electrical
containing
receptacle
for
corded components
packaged terminal air conditioner (PTAC)
units.
seriesorientation
offers models
• The
Lesselectrical
sensitivitysubbase
to building
(sun,
from 230-v, 15shade)
amp up to 265--v, 30 amp. Knockouts
wind,
are provided
for power
sourcegrille
connections.
• Optional
architectural
to permit custom
exterior appearance
Initial Cost Savings for the Building Owner
• No expensive component HVAC system
purchase
• No equipment room or maintenance
engineering staff
• Two--part delivery to minimize on--site
damage
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
place during construction; chassis that slides
in place after construction
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
Electrical Subbase Assembly
4
20
GA
GA
Whether you are designing a new structure or
SUBBASE
replacing packaged terminal air conditioning units in
Partexisting
No.: SUBBASE-230V-15A
an
building, Gree
GA
Series will meet your
Part
No.:
SUBBASE-230V-20A
needs.
Part•No.:
SUBBASE-230V--30A
Hotels
and motels
Part•No.:
SUBBASE-265VNursing
homes
and-15A
assisted living care
APPLICATION
CONSIDERATIONS
FIELD--INSTALLED
ACCESSORIES (CONT.)
Gree’s GA series has a new condensate (water)
disposal system. The outdoor fan prop has a built in
slinger ring which draws condensate water through a
suction port built into the outdoor coil shroud. The
water passes though the suction port and is sprayed
on the warm outdoor coil for evaporation. Thus
providing better disposal of excess condensate and
improving unit operating efficiency.
It is normal andSubbase
desirable Fuse
to have
Kitsome condensate
water in the ebase pan to boost operating efficiency.
NOTE: This unit will not always evaporate 100%
of the unit generated condensate and blown in
rain water. If it is necessary to control 100% of
the condensate, the Drain Kit (Part No.: DRAINKIT-4PK) and a building condensate drain
system is recommended.
ON
Part No.: SUBBASE--SWITCH
Undersizing
The subbase power disconnect 2--pole switch
If
a PTACaunit
is undersized
(cooling capacity
is less
provides
recessed
power disconnect
for the PTAC
than
required
load
for
an
application),
the
unit
unit when required by NEC or local codes.
will not be able to cool the space down to the desired
temperature
during very
could be
IMPORTANT:
The hot
fusedays.
KitsThe
& result
disconnect
warm
and
humid
or
warm
and
dry
conditioned
switch accessories can only be used with space.
the
electrical or hardwired subbase
Condensate Removal
Oversizing
If a PTAC unit is oversized (cooling capacity is
greater than required load for the specific application),
the unit will cool the space down to the desired
desired temperature too quickly.
The unit will cycle on and off, however,
Leveling Legs only takes place when the unit is
dehumidification
Part No.: LEVELING-LEGS
operating.
The result of
this type of application in a
Leveling
legs
attachclimate
easily to
the wall
hot
and/or
humid
would
be asleeve
cool, and
yet
offer accurate
leveling
and support for units without
excessively
humid,
space.
a subbase. Leveling legs are adjustable from 3--1/4 to
5--1/2
inches (82.6 to 139.7 mm).
Air
Infiltration
Excessive air infiltration can intensify problems
associated with undersizing or oversizing a PTAC
unit. This can be the cause of insufficient cooling,
dehumidification, or heating. Sources of air
infiltration include vents, gaps around windows and
doors, and improperly sealed floors, ceilings or wall
joints.
Power Disconnect Switch Assembly
Leveling Legs
21
5
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GA
Installation instructions are shipped with all PTAC
Subbase Fuse Kit
units. It is important that air conditioning systems be
Part
No.: sized
SUBBASE-FUSE--15A
properly
and installed
for each application in
Part
No.:
SUBBASE-FUSE-20A
order to achieve the desired temperature
and humidity
levelsNo.:
within
the space
to -30A
be conditioned. It is
Part
SUBBASE-FUSEstrongly
recommended
that aoverprofessional
engineer
The
fuse kit
provides in--line
-current protection
match
the
PTAC
units
with
the
building
structure
and
at the unit when required by NEC (National Electric
climate.
Code) or local codes.
The following application considerations are all
important in choosing the proper PTAC system for
the building
structure.
Subbase
Power
Disconnect Switch
Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
THERMOSTATS
Whether
you are designing a new structure or
for
The
Occupant
Gree’s fullpackaged
line of wall
thermostats
are designed
to enhance
every
PTAC
application. The TopTech Comfort Series
replacing
terminal
air conditioning
units
in
of
thermostats
consists
of
programmable
and
non-programmable
air
conditioner
and heat
pump
controls.savings
These
•
Heat
pump models
offer
substantial
an existing building, Gree GA Series will meet your
units
feature
non-mercury,
non-lead
based
electronic
controls
built
into
a
subtle,
1.2
inch
(30.5
mm)
slim
plastic
over
models
with
conventional
electric
needs.
enclosure. Wall thermostats are simple and easy to use. Wall thermostats
provide
better temperature and humidity
resistance
heaters
• Hotels
control
as theyand
canmotels
be placed in an optimal position in the room.
All Top Tech
400allow
seriestenants
thermostats
features
• Individual
units
to choose
the
• Nursing
homes
andto help
assisted
living
careenergy and optimize
Temperature
Range
Limiting
prevent
wasted
savings
See page
degreeenergy
of comfort
andopportunities.
operating economy.
centers wiring instructions.
30 for thermostat
• Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete
• Offices
chassis
be replaced
minutes
In addition, multiple GA series PTACs can be controlled by a single
wallcan
thermostat.
See in
page
40 for without
wiring
•
Apartments
disrupting other occupants.
multiple PTAC units to one thermostat.
• Single--family dwellings
• Each unit operates independently of other
• Home conversions and residential add--ons
units in the building. No dependency by
Non--Programmable Thermostat
building on central HVAC system.
Part
No.:
TT-N-411
(Heat
/
Cool
Models)
NEW CONSTRUCTION
Part No.: TT-N-421 (Heat Pump Models)
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
The Gree GA series Packaged Terminal Air
This
low-voltage,
easy-to-use
non-programmable
If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
Conditioning (PTAC) unit is designed to meet the
thermostat provides maximum guest comfort.
your options include:
needs of the architect, engineer, and contractor. For
•
Dual
Powered
–
Hardwired
or
Battery
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
unit installation, Gree’s expert support network will
• inLarge
Display with
BrightofBlue
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
assist
all applicable
aspects
theBacklight
construction
• Adjustable
Temperature
Point Limits
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
project,
from preparing
a budgetSet
to start-up.
• Non-Volatile Memory Retains User Settings
your application.
Non
-- Programmable
Thermostat
ADVANTAGES
NOTE:
in most cases,
when replacing the
• Easy AccessFOR
FrontNEW
Battery Door
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
• Compressor Short Cycle Protection
CONSTRUCTION
replaced.
• Separate
Heating
and Architect/Engineer
Cooling Set Points
Design
Flexibility
for the
•• ESD
Guard™
Circuitry
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
Whisper-quietElectronic
performance,
indoors and out
• Display Degree F or C Switch
Gree GA series PTAC will fit into:
• No bulky duct system
• Mount to Horizontal Box
— The following major competitors’ wall
No separateTemperature
equipment room
•• Adjustable
Differential
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
• No water towers or additional cooling
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
equipment
accessory retrofit kit is required.
• No
complex match-up of different HVAC
Digital
Programmable
Thermostat
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
components
Part No.:
TT-P-411 (Heat / Cool Models)
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
Less
sensitivity
to Pump
building
orientation (sun,
Part•No.:
TT-P-421
(Heat
Models)
extension (see accessory Friedrich
wind,
shade) controlled, 7--day
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
This micro
computer
• Optional
architectural
to permitfeatures
custom
programmable
wall
thermostatgrille
has enhanced
appearance
for bothexterior
heat pumps
and heating/cooling units.
The
programmable
model
includes
Owner the
Initial Cost
Savings for the
Building
non-•-programmable
features
plus the HVAC
following:
component
system
No expensive
• 5-2
Day Separate Weekday / Weekend
purchase
• Programming
No equipment room or maintenance
• Adaptive
Recovery
engineering
staff Mode (ARM™)
•• Separate
Heating
and Cooling
Set Pointon--site
Two--part delivery
to minimize
Program
damage Times
•• Temporary
Program wall
Override
Weather--protected
sleeve that goes in
• Programmable
Extended
Hold
Modethat slides
place during construction;
chassis
• Meets
California
Title 24 Guidelines
in place
after construction
•
Programmable Thermostat
No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
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GA
GA
FIELD--INSTALLED ACCESSORIES (CONT.)
APPLICATIONS
Installation
Condensateinstructions
Drain Kit are shipped with all PTAC
units.
It
is
important
that-4PK
air conditioning systems be
Part No.: DRAIN--KITproperly sized and installed for each application in
This
kit may
be used and
internally
or
order universal
to achievedrain
the desired
temperature
humidity
externally
to route
drainage system.
levels within
the condensate
space to to
bea conditioned.
It It
is
can
be
field-installed
on
any
Gree
wall
sleeve.
strongly recommended that a professional engineer
Although
designed
to dissipate
all and
the
match the Gree
PTACunits
unitsare
with
the building
structure
condensate
generated
during
normal
cooling,
there
climate.
may be times when abnormal conditions cause more
The following application considerations are all
condensate than the unit can dissipate. If condensate
important in choosing the proper PTAC system for
that
drips from
the wall sleeve is objectionable, this
the building
structure.
internal/external drain kit should be installed.
The
drain kit may be attached to the exterior right or
Undersizing
left side of the wall sleeve for external draining or
If a PTAC unit is undersized (cooling capacity is less
mounted to the room side of the wall sleeve for
than required load for an application), the unit
internal draining.
will not be able to cool the space down to the desired
A 6 in. (152.4
mm) straight
curved
tube
temperature
during
very hottube
days.and
The90˚
result
could
be
are supplied
to simplify
application
(1/2space.
in. /
warm
and humid
or warm any
and dry
conditioned
12.7 mm OD copper).
Oversizing
Condensate Removal
Gree’s
GA seriesFor
hasinternal
a new drains
condensate
(water)
IMPORTANT:
installed
disposal
The outdoor
fan drain
prop has
a built
in the system.
plastic wall
sleeve, the
must
be in
slinger
ring
which
draws
condensate
water
through
installed on the flat area of the sleeve. It a
suction
built intoin
thethe
outdoor
coil shroud. The
cannotport
be installed
wafer area.
water passes though the suction port and is sprayed
on the warm outdoor coil for evaporation. Thus
providing better disposal of excess condensate and
improving unit operating efficiency.
It is normal and desirable to have some condensate
water in the ebase pan to boost operating efficiency.
NOTE: This unit will not always evaporate 100%
of the unit generated condensate and blown in
rain water. If it is necessary to control 100% of
the condensate, the Drain Kit (Part No.: DRAINKIT-4PK) and a building condensate drain
system is recommended.
Drain Kit
A07748
If a PTAC unit is oversized (cooling capacity is
Replacement
Filters
greater
than required
load for the specific application),
the
cool the space down to the desired
Part unit
No.: will
GA-FILTER-10PK
desired
temperature
tooreplacement
quickly.
The Gree
GA model
air filters come
The
unit will
cycle
and save
off, energy
however,
in packages
of 10.
Theonfilters
by
dehumidification
only takes
place
when
theplugged
unit is
preventing the evaporator
coils
from
being
operating.
The
result
ofeconomical
this type ofand
application
in a
with dirt and
lint.
These
sturdy filters
hot
and/or
humid
climate
would
be
a
cool,
yet
are interchangeable and may be washed, vacuumed,
excessively
and reused. humid, space.
A07749
Air Infiltration
Baffle Kit air infiltration can intensify problems
Excessive
Replacement FIlters
Part No.: BAFFLE-KIT--1PK
associated
with undersizing
or oversizing a PTAC
unit.
This
can
be
the
cause
of
The accessory baffle kit ensuresinsufficient
a good seal cooling,
between
dehumidification,
or
heating.
Sources
of air
the unit and the exterior grille to prevent
air recirculainfiltration
vents,
gaps
around windows and
tion, which include
can cause
system
failure.
doors, and improperly sealed floors, ceilings or wall
The accessory baffle kit is required for applications
joints.
where a Gree wall sleeve is used without a Gree authorized exterior grille.
A07275
Baffle Kit
23
5
GA
GA
APPLICATION
CONSIDERATIONS
FIELD--INSTALLED
ACCESSORIES (CONT.)
APPLICATIONS DRAWINGS AND INSTALLATION DATA -- NEW
DIMENSIONAL
Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
CONSTRUCTION
Whether
you are designing a new structure or
• Hotels
and HEAT
motels
COOLING
& ELECTRIC
•
•
•
•
•
Nursing
homes and assisted
living
care
Model No.
Power Cord
Options
centers
GAE07AB-D
15 or 20 Amp cord
only*
GAE09AB-D
Offices
GAE12AB-D
15, 20 or 30 Amp cord
only*
Apartments
GAE15AB-D
GAE07AB-P
15 or 20 Amp cord
Single-family dwellings
only*
GAE09AB-P
GAE12AB-P
Home
conversions and residential
add--ons
15, 20 or 30 Amp cord.*
GAE15AB-P
GA
NEW
CONSTRUCTION
HEAT PUMPS
for
The Occupant
If practices
are unknown, consult your local architect
• Heatcontractor.
pump models
offerwall
substantial
savings
or building
Installed
sleeve must
be
oversidemodels
withfront
conventional
electric
level from
to side and
to back.
resistance heaters
•
Individual
units allow tenants
to choose the
Voltage
Approx. Ship Weight
Approx. Operating
Range degree of comfort
lb (kg) and operating
Weight
lb (kg)
economy.
125 (56.7)
105 (47.6)
reduces downtime:
complete
• Rapid servicing
125 (56.7)
105 (47.6)
187 --- 253
chassis can 140
be(63.5)
replaced in minutes
without
120 (54.4)
150
(68.0)
130
(59.0)
disrupting other occupants.
125 (56.7)
105 (47.6)
• Each unit operates
independently
of other
125 (56.7)
105 (47.6)
239 ---292
(63.5)
120 (54.4)
units in the140building.
No dependency
by
150 (68.0)
130 (59.0)
building on central HVAC system.
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
Approx. Ship Weight
Approx. Operating Weight
Power Cord Options
The Model
GreeNo. GA series Packaged Terminal Voltage
Air Range
lb (kg)
lb (kg)
If you are replacing
wall sleeve,
GAA07AB-D (PTAC) unit is designed to meet the
125 (56.7)a unit in an existing
105 (47.6)
Conditioning
15 or 20 Amp cord only*
GAA09AB-D
187 ---253
125 (56.7)
105 (47.6)
your
options
include:
needs
of the architect,
engineer, and contractor. For
GAA12AB-D
15, 20 or 30 Amp cord only*
140 (63.5)
120 (54.4)
• Replace
the existing wall sleeve
unit GAA15AB-D
installation, Gree’s
expert
15, 20 or
30 Amp support
cord only* network will
207 ---253
150 (68.0)
130 (59.0)with the
125 (56.7)
105 (47.6) sleeve
the
polymer
wall
sleeve.
See
accessory
assistGAA07AB-P
in all applicable
aspects
of
the
construction
15 or 20 Amp cord only*
GAA09AB-P
239 ---292
(56.7)
105 (47.6)
section125for
selecting the correct
sleeve for
project,
from
preparing
a
budget
to
start-up.
GAA12AB-P
15, 20 or 30 Amp cord.*
140 (63.5)
120 (54.4)
your
application.
GAA15AB-P
15, 20 or 30 Amp cord.*
239 ---292
150 (68.0)
130 (59.0)
ADVANTAGES FOR NEW
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
* See Power Cord Selection chart for heating capacity rating. Using 30 AMP cords on U07wall
and U09
models the
couldexterior
result in damage
unit. also be
sleeve,
grilletomust
CONSTRUCTION
replaced.
Design Flexibility for the Architect/Engineer
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
• Whisper--quiet performance, indoors and out
Gree GA series PTAC will fit into:
• No bulky duct system
— The following major competitors’ wall
• No separate equipment room
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
• No water towers or additional cooling
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
equipment
accessory retrofit kit is required.
• No complex match--up of different HVAC
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
components
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
• Less sensitivity to building orientation (sun,
extension (see accessory Friedrich
wind, shade)
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
• Optional architectural grille to permit custom
exterior appearance
Initial Cost Savings for the Building Owner
• No expensive component HVAC system
purchase
• No equipment room or maintenance
engineering staff
• Two--part delivery to minimize on--site
damage
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
place during construction; chassis that slides
in place after construction
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
A08357
A08386
4 24
GA
Proper building
be usedunits
when
replacing
packaged practices
terminal airmust
conditioning
in
constructing
a
wall
opening
to
support
a
PTAC
wall
an existing building, Gree GA Series will meet your
sleeve and chassis.
needs.
APPLICATION
CONSIDERATIONS
DIMENSIONAL
DRAWINGS AND INSTALLATION DATA
Installation instructions are shipped with all PTAC
CONTINUED
Condensate Removal
Undersizing
NOTE: This unit will not always evaporate 100%
of the unit generated condensate and blown in
rain water. If it is necessary to control 100% of
the condensate, the Drain Kit (Part No.: DRAINKIT-4PK) ACCESSORY
and a building condensate drain
WALL SLEEVE
system is recommended.
If a PTAC unit is undersized (cooling capacity is less
than required load for an application), the unit
will not be able to cool the space down to the desired
`
42"
temperature during DISCHARGE
very hot days. The result could be (1067)
GRILLE
warm and humid or warm and dry conditioned space.
Oversizing
HINGED CONTROL
ACCESS DOOR
REMOVABLE
FRONT PANEL
If a PTAC unit is oversized (cooling capacity is
Z
greater than required load for the
specific application),
the unit will cool the space
down to the desired
Y
desired temperature too quickly.
The unit will cycle on and off, however,
dehumidification only takes place when the unit is
operating. The result of this type of application in a
hot and/or humid climate would be a cool, yet
excessively humid, space.
208/230V
Accessory Service Cord
X
Air Infiltration
Front View
Excessive air infiltration can intensify problems
associated with undersizing or oversizing a PTAC
unit. This can be the cause of insufficient cooling,
dehumidification, or heating. Sources of air
infiltration include vents, gaps around windows and
doors, and improperly sealed floors, ceilings or wall
joints.
Side View
25
5
A08388
A07379A
GA
GA
units. It is important that air conditioning systems be
Gree’s GA series has a new condensate (water)
properly
and installed for each application
in --- Inches
VOLTAGE sized CURRENT
DIMENSIONS
(mm)
PLUGhas
TYPE a built in
disposal
system. The outdoor fan prop
order to achieve the desired temperature and humidity
Y
Z
slinger ring which
draws condensate
water through
a
NEMA
VOLTS
AMPS
X
NEMA PLUG
levels
within the
space to be
conditioned.
It isSUPPLIER 2suction
RECEPTACLE
port 1built SUPPLIER
into the
SUPPLIER 1
SUPPLIER
2 outdoor coil shroud. The
strongly
that58a(1473)
professional
engineer2.44 (62) water passes
208/230 recommended
15
2.36 (60)
3.35 (85) though
4 (101)
15P
15R
the suction6---port
and is6---sprayed
match
the PTAC units
with the
building structure
and2.44 (62)
208/230
20
58 (1473)
2.36 (60)
3.35 (85)
4 (101)
6--- 20P
6--- 20R
on the2.63warm
outdoor
coil for6--- 30P
evaporation.
Thus
208/230
30
58 (1473)
2.55 (65)
4 (101)
(67)
3.8 (96)
6--- 30R
climate.
providing
better
disposal
of
excess
condensate
265
15
15 (381)
1.5 (38.2)
1.46 (37.3)
7--- 15P
7--- 15R and
The 265
following application
considerations are
all
improving unit
operating
efficiency.
20
15 (381)
2 (50)
7--- 20P
7--- 20R
2.48 (63.2)
important
in choosing
the proper
for
265
30
15 (381) PTAC system
2.41 (61.3)
7--- 30P
7--- 30R
It is normal and desirable to have some condensate
the building structure.
water in the ebase pan to boost operating efficiency.
APPLICATIONS DRAWINGS AND INSTALLATION DATA -DIMENSIONAL
Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
NEW CONSTRUCTION
Whether
you are designing a new (CONT.)
structure or
for The Occupant
replacing
packaged
terminal air DIMENSIONS
conditioning units
in STANDARD
WALL SLEEVE
MOUNTING
FOR
AND ACCESSORY GRILLES
• Heat pump models offer substantial savings
an existing building, Gree GA
Series will meet your
42”
42 in
over models with
conventional electric
(1067 mm)
needs.
(1067)
resistance heaters
• Hotels and motels
16 in
16”
• Individual units allow tenants to (406)
choose the
(406 mm)
• Nursing homes and assisted living
care
degree of comfort and operating economy.
centers
• Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete
• Offices
chassis can be replaced in minutes
without
Available
in:
14-3/4 in. (375),
• Apartments
disrupting other occupants.
18 in. (457),
14-7/8”
24 in. (610),
• Single--family dwellings
•
Each
unit
operates
independently
other
(378 mm)
26 of
in. (660),
28 in. (711) by
• Home conversions and residential add--ons
units
in
the
building.
No
dependency
Amounts in ( ) = mm
building on central HVAC system.
Standard
Polymer
Non-Insulated
Wall
Sleeve
Standard
and Extended Metal Insulated Wall
NEW
CONSTRUCTION
Standard Polymer Insulated Wall Sleeve
Sleeve
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
The Gree GA series Packaged Terminal Air
If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
Conditioning (PTAC) unit is designed to meet the
your options include:
needs of the architect, engineer, and contractor. For
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
unit installation, Gree’s expert support network will
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
assist in all applicable aspects of the construction
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
project, from preparing a budget to start-up.
your application.
ADVANTAGES FOR NEW
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
CONSTRUCTION
replaced.
Design Flexibility for the Architect/Engineer
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
• Whisper--quiet performance, indoors and out
Gree GA series PTAC will fit into:
• No bulky duct system
— The following major competitors’ wall
• No separate equipment room
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
• No water towers or additional cooling
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
equipment
accessory retrofit kit is required.
and Minimum
Wall Sleeve Opening
• No complex match--upFraming
of different
HVAC
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
components
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
• Less sensitivity to building orientation (sun,
extension (see accessory Friedrich
5/8" MIN.
5/8" MIN. Wall Sleeve Adapter).
wind, shade)
Retrofit
(15.9)
(15.9)
• Optional architectural grille to permit custom
exterior appearance
A07381
JACK STUDS
MAIN STUD
HEADER - 4” X 4” (101.6 X 101.6) OR
(2) 2” X 4” (50.8 X 101.6)
16 1/4”
(412.8)
42 1/8”
(1070.0)
JACK STUD
CRIPPLE
FLOOR
SUB-FLOOR
MEASUREMENTS IN ( ) = mm
A07382
Initial Cost Savings for the Building Owner
SIDE
• No expensive componentSIDEHVAC system
purchase
• No equipment room or maintenance
engineering staff
• Two--part delivery 1/2"to(12.7)minimize
on--site
MINIMUM
1/2" (12.7) MINIMUM
damage
ARCHITECTURAL GRILLE
STAMPED OUTDOOR GRILLE
STANDARD MOUNT
Stampedwall
grille thickness
• Weather--protected
sleeve 0.75"
that(9.4)goes in
ALUMINUM OR PLASTIC
Architectural grille thickness 1.25" (32)
place during NOTE:
construction;
chassis
Dimensions in ( ) are
in millimeters that slides
in place after construction
Wall for
Sleeve
Mounting (All Models)
• No seasonal changeover required
cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
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GA
GA
A07633
Installation instructions are shipped with all PTAC
units. It is important that air conditioning systems be
properly sized and installed for each application in
order to achieve the desired temperature and humidity
levels within the space to be conditioned. It is
strongly recommended that a professional engineer
match the PTAC units with the building structure and
climate.
The following application considerations are all
important in choosing the proper PTAC system for
the building structure.
5/8”
(15.9 mm)
GA
Undersizing
If a PTAC unit is undersized (cooling capacity is less
than required load for an application), the unit
will not be able to cool the space down to the desired
temperature during very hot days. The result could be
warm and humid or warm and dry conditioned space.
Condensate Removal
NOTES:
1. Sleeve
be has
flushamounted
to floor, but(water)
front
Gree’s
GA may
series
new condensate
panel
may have
be notched
to accommodate
disposal
system.
The to
outdoor
fan prop
has a built in
service
cord. draws condensate water through a
slinger
ring which
suction
port built
outdoor
coilsleeve
shroud.
The
2. If more
than 4into
in. the
(101.6
mm) of
projects
waterinto
passes
though
the
suction
port
and
is
sprayed
room, an accessory subbase must be used
on the
outdoor coil for evaporation. Thus
forwarm
support.
providing
better
of mm)
excessthick
condensate
3. For walls 2disposal
in. (50.8
or less, and
an
improving
unit
operating
efficiency.
accessory subbase must be used for support.
4. normal
Caulk around
sleeve ontoboth
outdoor
It is
and desirable
haveindoor
someand
condensate
watersides.
in the ebase pan to boost operating efficiency.
NOTE: This unit will not always evaporate 100%
of the unit generated condensate and blown in
rain water. If it is necessary to control 100% of
the condensate, the Drain Kit (Part No.: DRAINKIT-4PK) and a building condensate drain
system is recommended.
Oversizing
If a PTAC unit is oversized (cooling capacity is
greater than required load for the specific application),
the unit Typical
will coolWall
the Sleeve
space Installation
down to the desired
desired temperature too quickly.
The unit will cycle on and off, however,
dehumidification only takes place when the unit is
operating. The result of this type of application in a
hot and/or humid climate would be a cool, yet
excessively humid, space.
A07384
Air Infiltration
Excessive air infiltration can intensify problems
associated with undersizing or oversizing a PTAC
unit. This can be the cause of insufficient cooling,
dehumidification, or heating. Sources of air
infiltration include vents, gaps around windows and
doors, and improperly sealed floors, ceilings or wall
joints.
MINIMUM 3-1/4” (82.6 mm)
ABOVE FLOOR COVERING
IF SUBBASE IS USED
Typical Curtain Wall Installation (All Models)
27
5
A07385
GA
APPLICATION
CONSIDERATIONS
TYPICAL WALL
INSTALLATION
APPLICATIONS DRAWINGS AND INSTALLATION -DIMENSIONAL
Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
NEW CONSTRUCTION
Whether
you are designing a new (CONT.)
structure or
for The Occupant
replacing packaged terminal air conditioning units in
• OUTDOOR
Heat pump models
offer substantial
savings
MINIMUM
CLEARANCE
INDOOR
AND
DISCHARGE
AIR
an
existing building,
Gree GA SeriesFOR
will meet
your
over
models
with
conventional
electric
needs.
resistance heaters
• Hotels and motels
• Individual units allow tenants to choose the
• Nursing homes and assisted living care
degree of comfort and operating economy.
centers
! servicing reduces downtime: complete
• Rapid
• Offices
chassis can be replaced in minutes without
EQUIPMENT OPERATION HAZARD
• Apartments
disrupting other occupants.
Failure to follow this caution may result in equipment
• Single--family dwellings
•
unit operation.
operates independently of other
damageEach
or improper
• Home conversions and residential add--ons
units
in
the
building.
No airdependency
Blocking indoor or outdoor
discharge
could cause by
15” (381.0 mm) MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM
premature
failure
of
unit.
building on central HVAC system.
FRONT PANEL TO OBJECTS IN ROOM
GA
NEW CONSTRUCTION
The Gree GA series Packaged Terminal Air
Conditioning (PTAC) unit is designed to meet the
needs of the architect, engineer, and contractor. For
unit installation, Gree’s expert support network will
36" (914.4 mm) MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM
assist in all applicable aspects
ofBUILDING
the construction
SLEEVE TO
WALLS,
SHRUBS, etc.
project, from preparing a budget to start-up.
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
your options include:
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
your application.
ADVANTAGES FOR NEW
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
CONSTRUCTION
52M Indoor and Outdoor Discharge Air
replaced.
Circulation
Design Flexibility for the Architect/Engineer
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
• Whisper--quiet performance, indoors and out
Gree GA series PTAC will fit into:
• No bulky duct system
— The following major competitors’ wall
• No separate equipment room
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
• No water towers or additional cooling OUTDOOR VIEW Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
equipment
accessory retrofit kit is required.
• No complex match--up of different HVAC
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
components
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
• Less sensitivity to building orientation (sun,
extension (see accessory Friedrich
wind, shade)
GRILLE
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
MOUNTING
HOLES
• Optional
architectural grille to permit custom
exterior appearance
A07386
Initial Cost Savings for the Building Owner WALL SLEEVE
component HVAC system
• No expensive
2 3/8”
purchase(60.3)
SLEEVE-(2)
• No equipmentWALL
room
or maintenance
DRAIN
LOCATIONS
CONDENSATE
OVERFLOW
engineering staff
HOLES
• Two--part delivery to minimize on--site
2 3/8”
(60.3)
damage
(OUTSIDE)
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
Back
Polymer Wall Sleeve
place during construction; chassis
thatofslides
in place after construction
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
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GRILLE
MOUNTING
HOLES
A07387
GA
CAUTION
APPLICATION
CONSIDERATIONS
DIMENSIONAL
DRAWINGS AND INSTALLATION DATA -units. It is important that air conditioning systems be
properly sized and installed for each application in
TYPICAL
SUBBASE INSTALLATION
order to achieve the desired temperature and humidity
levels within the space to be conditioned. It is
strongly recommended that a professional engineer
match the PTAC units with the building structure and
climate.
The following application considerations are all
important in choosing the proper PTAC system for
the building structure.
GA
Undersizing
Condensate Removal
Gree’s GA series has a new condensate (water)
disposal system. The outdoor fan prop has a built in
slinger ring which draws condensate water through a
suction port built into the outdoor coil shroud. The
water passes though the suction port and is sprayed
on the warm outdoor coil for evaporation. Thus
providing better disposal of excess condensate and
0’-3 1/4” MIN. (83)
improving unit operating
efficiency.
0’-5 1/2” MAX. (140)
It is normal and desirable to have some condensate
water in the ebase pan to boost operating efficiency.
NOTE: This unit will not always evaporate 100%
0’-0 7/8” capacity is less
If a PTAC unit is undersized (cooling
of the unit generated condensate and blown in
(22)
than required load for an application), the unit
rain water. If it is necessary to control 100% of
SUBBASE ACCESS COVERS
OUTSIDE
will not
be
able
to
cool
the
space
down
to
the
desired
the condensate, the Drain Kit (Part No.: DRAINWALL
temperature during very hot days. The result could be
KIT-4PK) and a building condensate drain
SEE
warm and humidNOTES
or warm and dry conditioned space.
system is recommended.
Oversizing
If a PTAC unit is oversized (cooling capacity is
SIDE
greater than required
load for the specific application),
1 9/16”
(39.7)
the unit will cool the space down to the desired
desired temperature too quickly.
The unit will cycle on and off, however,
dehumidification only takes place when the unit is
7/8” (22.2)
operating. The result of this type of application in a (3)
DIA. KNOCKOUTS
hot and/or humid climate would be a cool, yet
(3) 1 1/8” (28.6) DIA.
excessively humid, space.
KNOCKOUTS
Air Infiltration
SUBBASE LEVELING BOLTS
ACCESSORY DRAIN
REAR VIEW
ACCESSORY SUBBASE
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
19 1/2”
(495.3)
17”
(431.8)
(EXTERNAL OR
Excessive
airINTERNAL)
infiltration can intensify problems
associated with undersizing or oversizing a PTAC
unit.
This can be the cause of insufficient cooling,
NOTES:
1. Accessory subbase is required
for applicationsSources
where:
dehumidification,
or heating.
of air
- Wall sleeve extends 4 inches (101.6 mm) or more into the room.
- Wall thickness
is less than
2 inches
(50.8
mm).
infiltration
include
vents,
gaps
around
windows and
- All 265-v cord-connected applications.
doors,
improperly
sealed subbase:
floors, ceilings or wall
2. For alland
applications
with an accessory
- Wall sleeve must extend 4 in. (101.6 mm) into the room and 3-1/4 in. (82.6 mm)minimum above the floor
joints.
- Subbase height is adjustable from 3-1/4 in. (82.6 mm) to 5-1/2 in. (139.7 mm) maximum above floor (including carpeting).
Refer to wall sleeve installation instructions.
A07389
29
5
GA
Installation
instructions are shipped with
all PTAC
NEW
CONSTRUCTION
(CONT.)
WALL THERMOSTAT CONNECTIONS
APPLICATIONS
Whether you are designing a new structure or
replacing packaged terminal air conditioning units in
an existing building, Gree GA Series will meet your
needs.
Energy
Management
(24VAC in)
Common
•
•
•
•
R
Hotels and motels
W
Nursing homes and assisted living care
Y
centers
O
Offices
GH
Apartments
GL
Single--family dwellings
Home conversions and residential Cadd--ons
TYPICAL WALL THERMOSTAT
See Note 1
See Note 2
NOTES:
1. Use terminal "O" for heat pump connection only.
2. Terminal "C" (common) is typically only required for digital thermostats.
GA
R W Y O Gh Gl C
Heat pump models offer substantial savings
over models with conventional electric
resistance heaters
• Individual units allow tenants to choose the
degree of comfort and operating economy.
• Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete
chassis can be replaced in minutes without
disrupting other occupants.
• Each unit operates independently of other
units in the building. No dependency by
building on central HVAC system.
Terminal Connector Removal and Replacement
A07073
TERMINAL BLOCK
NEW CONSTRUCTION
•
A07059
Control
Wire
TerminalTerminal
for
The Gree
GA Box
series
Packaged
Air
Thermostat
Models to meet the
Conditioning Wall
(PTAC)
unit is designed
needs of the architect, engineer, and contractor. For
unit installation, Gree’s expert support network will
assist in all applicable aspects of the construction
project, from preparing a budget to start-up.
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
your options include:
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
your application.
ADVANTAGES FOR NEW
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
CONSTRUCTION
replaced.
Design Flexibility for the Architect/Engineer
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
• Whisper--quiet performance, indoors and out
Gree GA series PTAC will fit into:
• No bulky duct system
— The following major competitors’ wall
• No separate equipment room
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
• No water towers or additional cooling
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
equipment
accessory retrofit kit is required.
• No complex match--up of different HVAC
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
components
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
Energy Management
Terminal Connections
• Less sensitivity to building orientation (sun,
extension
(see accessory Friedrich
Wall Thermostat
Terminal Connections
wind, shade)
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
• Optional architectural grille to permit custom
Terminal Connections
exterior appearance
A07634
Initial Cost Savings for the Building Owner
• No expensive component HVAC system
purchase
• No equipment room or maintenance
engineering staff
• Two--part delivery to minimize on--site
damage
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
place during construction; chassis that slides
in place after construction
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems THERMOSTAT WIRE ROUTING
NOTE: Thermostat wire is field supplied. Recommended wire gage is 18
to 20 gage solid thermostat wire. Thermostat wire should always be routed
around or under, NEVER through, the wall sleeve. The wire should then
be routed behind the front panel to the easily accessible terminal
connector.
(UNDER SLEEVE, BEHIND FRONT PANEL)
Terminal Wire Routing
A07074
4 30
GA
•
•
Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
for The Occupant
APPLICATION
CONSIDERATIONS
PERFORMANCE
AND ELECTRICAL DATA
Condensate Removal
Installation instructions are shipped with all PTAC
units. It is important that air conditioning systems be
Gree’s
GA series has a new condensate (water)
MODEL PTAC-GAE
(208/230-1-60)
HEAT/COOL MODELS
properly sized and installed for each application
in
disposal system. The outdoor fan prop has a built in
COOLING
CAPACITY*and humidity
order to achieve the desired temperature
slinger ring which draws condensate water through a
levels MODEL
within the space to be conditioned.
It is
Heating
suction portCOP‡
built intoVOLTAGE
the outdoor coil shroud. The
EER
RANGE
NUMBER
Cooling
strongly
recommended
that a professional engineer
water
passes
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suction AMPS
port and isWATTS
sprayed
Rev.Cyc.
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match the PTAC units Btuh
with the building
BtuH structure and
on the warm outdoor coil for evaporation. Thus
climate.
providing better
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7600/7700
N/A
12.2/12
N/A
3.0/2.8condensate
620/640 and
PTAC-GAE07AB-D
or
20 Amp
The following application considerations15cord
are
all
improving
unit
operating
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only
8800/9000
11.4/11.3
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PTAC-GAE09AB-D
important
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187 - 253
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thePTAC-GAE12AB-D
building structure.
11800/12000
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10.5/10.7
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15, 20 or 30
water
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GA
PTAC-GAE15AB-D
14600/15000
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9.7/9.8
If a PTAC unit is undersized (cooling capacity
less
FAN is
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MODEL
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NUMBER
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temperature during very hot days. The result
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warm and humid or warm and dry conditioned space.
PTAC-GAE07AB-D
98%
0.024
0.1
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PTAC-GAE09AB-D
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97%
0.029
0.2
0.05
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7.5/6.7
1510/1530
NOTE: This unit will not always evaporate 100%
of the unit generated condensate and blown in
MAX
APPROX.
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rain water. R-410a
If it is necessary
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100% of
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greater than required load for the specific application),
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PTAC-GAE15AB-D
the unit will cool the space down to the desired
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*
Rated in accordance with ARI Standard 380-93.
unitcord will
onfor electric
and heating
off, capacity
however,
†The
See power
selection cycle
guide below
rating. Using 30 Amp cords on U07 and U09 models could result in damage to unit.
‡dehumidification
Coefficient of Performance
(COP)
at 47˚Fplace
(8.3˚C) when
outdoor ambient
temperature.
only
takes
the unit
is
operating.
The
result
of
this
type
of
application
in
a
POWER CORD SELECTION GUIDE
hot
and/or
humid
climate
would
be
a
cool,
yet
GA PTACs are not individually equipped with a power cord, so one must be ordered separately based on the voltage and
excessively
humid,
space.circuit. If the unit is to be plugged into a receptacle, then a line cord connection kit needs to be
amperage of your
electrical
selected. If it will be permanently connected, a hardwire connection must be used.
Air Infiltration
Receptacle
Heating
Model No.
Excessive
air infiltration Voltage
can intensifyType
problems (BTUH)
PWRCORD ---230V
15 amp a
/250
associated
with ---15A
undersizing or oversizing
PTAC5500/6800
208/230V
---230Vbe
---20A
20 amp cooling,
/250
8300/10200
unit.PWRCORD
This can
the cause
of insufficient
PWRCORD ---230V ---30A or
30 amp /250
13900/17000
dehumidification,
heating. Sources
of air
infiltration include vents, gaps around windows and
RECEPTACLE
AND FUSEsealed
TYPESfloors, ceilings or wall
doors,
and improperly
UNIT NAMEPLATE VOLTAGE
joints.
OUTLET RATED VOLTS/AMPS
250/15
Heater
(Kw)
Input Power
(WH)
Current
(Amps)
Branch Circuit
Full Amps
1.6/2.0
1643/2047
7.9/8.9
15
2.5/3.0
2496/3036
12.2/13.2
20
4.1/5.0
4118/5037
20.5/21.5
30
230/208
250/20
250/30
OUTLET BLADE CONFIGURATION
RECEPTACLE TYPE
NEMA CONFIGURATION
TIME DELAY FUSE OR CIRCUIT BREAKER (AMPS)
NOMINAL HEATER SIZE
A
B
C
6--- 15R
6--- 20R
6--- 30R
15
20*
30
1.6/2.0 KW
2.5/3.0 KW
4.1/5.0 KW
LEGEND
NEMA ---
National Electrical Manufacturers Association
* May be used for 15 ---amp applications if fused for 15 amps.
31
5
GA
Undersizing
PERFORMANCE AND ELECTRICAL DATA (CONT.)
APPLICATIONS
NEW
CONSTRUCTION
POWER
MODEL
FAN MOTOR
Indoor
Indoor
Packaged
Terminal
Motor Full
Motor HP‡
unit is designedLoad
to Amps
meet
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series
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Gree GA
Conditioning (PTAC)
needs of the architect, engineer, and contractor. For
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are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
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0.3
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1.7
84%
121
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0.3 the polymer
33.5 wall sleeve.
2.2
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accessory 128
sleeve
section
for
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65%
143
ADVANTAGES
FOR
NEW0.031
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
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CONSTRUCTION
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* Rated in accordance with ARI Standard 380-93.
replaced.
forbelow
theforArchitect/Engineer
†Design
See powerFlexibility
cord selection guide
electric heating capacity rating. Using 30 Amp cords on U07 and U09 models could result in damage to unit.
‡ Coefficient of Performance (COP) at 47˚F (8.3˚C) outdoor ambient temperature.
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
• Whisper--quiet performance, indoors and out
Gree GA series PTAC will fit into:
• No
bulky
duct system
POWER
CORD
SELECTION
GUIDE
— The following major competitors’ wall
GA PTACs
not individually
equipped
• Noareseparate
equipment
room with a power cord, so one must be ordered separately based on the voltage and
sleeves/grilles:
Carrier,
GE,kitAmana,
amperage of your electrical circuit. If the unit is to be plugged into a receptacle,
then a line cord
connection
needs to be
• No
water
towers connected,
or additional
cooling
selected.
If it will
be permanently
a hardwire
connection must be used.
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
equipment
accessory
retrofit
kit is required.
Input
Branch
Heater
Current
Power
Circuit
Voltage-up ofReceptacle
• Model
NoNo.complex matchdifferentTypeHVAC Heating (BTUH) — Friedrich
(Kw) T series and (Amps)
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wall
(WH)
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components
sleeves,
a required8.9wall sleeve
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15 amp / 277
6800
2.0 with 2120
15
•
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building
orientation
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extension
(see
265V
PWRCORD ---265V ---20A
20 amp / 277
10200
3.0
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13.2 Friedrich
20
wind, shade)
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Adapter).
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17000
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5035
21.5
30
Optionalwitharchitectural
grille
to permit
custom
NOTE:• In compliance
UL, and the National
Electrical
Code, 265V
units installed with a power cord require the use use of a 265V electrical subbase.
exterior appearance
RECEPTACLE AND FUSE TYPES
UNIT
NAMEPLATEfor
VOLTAGE
Initial Cost
Savings
the Building Owner
OUTLET RATED VOLTS/AMPS
277/15
• No expensive component HVAC system
OUTLET BLADE
CONFIGURATION
purchase
• NoTYPE equipment room or maintenanceA
RECEPTACLE
NEMA CONFIGURATION
7--- 15R
engineering staff
TIME DELAY FUSE OR CIRCUIT BREAKER (AMPS)
• Two--part delivery to minimize on--site15
NOMINAL HEATER SIZE
2.0 KW
damage
LEGEND
Weather-protected
wall sleeve
that goes in
NEMA• --- National
Electrical
Manufacturers
Association
place during construction; chassis that slides
in place after construction
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
265
277/20
4 32
277/30
B
C
7--- 20R
7--- 30R
20
30
3.0 KW
5.0 KW
GA
GA
Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
Whether you are designing a new structure or
for
The(265-1-60)
Occupant
MODEL
HEAT/COOL
MODELS
replacing
packaged
terminal air conditioning units
in PTAC- GAE
• Heat pump models offer substantial
savings
an existing building, Gree GA Series
will meet your
CAPACITY*
COOLING
over
models
with
conventional
electric
needs.
Heating
MODEL
VOLTAGE
resistance
heaters
EER
COP‡
RANGE
Cooling
• NUMBER
Hotels and motels
AMPS
WATTS
Btuh
Rev.Cyc.
•
Individual
units allow tenants to choose the
Electric†
BtuH
• Nursing homes and assisted
living care
degree of comfort and operating economy.
centers
7700
N/A
12 •
N/Aservicing reduces downtime:
2.4
640
PTAC-GAE07AB-P
complete
Rapid
15 or 20 Amp
• Offices
cord only
chassis
in3.7minutes without
9000
N/A
11.3
N/A can be
239replaced
- 292
800
PTAC-GAE09AB-P
• Apartments
disrupting other occupants.
12000
N/A
10.7
N/A
4.8
1120
PTAC-GAE12AB-P
15, 20 or 30
• Single--family dwellings
• Each unit operates independently of other
Amp cord
15000
N/A
9.8
- 292
1530
PTAC-GAE15AB-P
• Home conversions
and residential
add--ons
unitsN/Ain the 239
building.
No5.9 dependency
by
building on central HVAC system.
APPLICATION
CONSIDERATIONS
PERFORMANCE
AND ELECTRICAL DATA (CONT.)
Condensate Removal
Installation instructions are shipped with all PTAC
units. It is important that air conditioning systems be
Gree’s
GA series has a new condensate (water)
MODEL PTAC-GAA
(208/230-1-60)
HEAT PUMP MODELS
properly sized and installed for each application in
disposal system. The outdoor fan prop has a built in
CAPACITY*and humidity
COOLING
order to achieve the desired temperature
slinger ring which draws condensate water through a
levels within the space to be conditioned.
It is
Heating
suction portCOP‡
built intoVOLTAGE
the outdoor coil shroud. The
MODEL NUMBER
EER
RANGE
Cooling
strongly
recommended
that a professional engineer
water
passes
though
the
suction AMPS
port and isWATTS
sprayed
Rev.Cyc.
Electric†
match the PTAC units Btuh
with the building
structure
and
BtuH
on the warm outdoor coil for evaporation. Thus
climate.
providing 3.4/3.4
better disposal of excess
7600/7700
6100/6300
12.2/12
3.0/2.8condensate
620/640 and
PTAC-GAA07AB-D
20 Amp
The following application considerations15 orare
all
improving
unit
operating
efficiency.
cord only
187 - 253
8800/9000
7900/8100
3.3/3.3
3.9/3.7
770/800
PTAC-GAA09AB-D
important
in choosing
the proper
PTAC system for 11.4/11.3
It
is
normal
and
desirable
to
have
some
condensate
thePTAC-GAA12AB-D
building structure.
11800/12000
10500/10700
10.5/10.7
3.1/3.1
5.3/5.1
1120/1120
15, 20 or 30
water in the ebase pan to boost operating efficiency.
Amp cord
15000
13800
9.8
If a PTAC unit is undersized (cooling capacity is less
FAN MOTOR
than required load
for an application), the unit
POWER
MODEL
will not
be able to cool
the space
down toIndoor
the desired
FACTOR
Outdoor
NUMBER
Indoor
(%)
Motor Full
Motor
temperature during very
hot days.
The result
could
be
Motor HP‡
Load Amps
HP
warm and humid or warm and dry conditioned space.
PTAC-GAA07AB-D
Oversizing
PTAC-GAA09AB-D
97%
0.024
0.1
0.054
99%
0.029
0.2
0.054
2.9
207-253
6.7
1530
NOTE: This unit will not always evaporate 100%
of the unit generated condensate and blown in
rain water. R-410a
If it is necessary
to
control APPROX.
100% of
MAX
SENSIBLE
CHASSIS
CHARGE
DEHUM.
HEAT
Outdoor
the condensate, the Drain Kit (Part No.: DRAINSHIP WT.
oz
Pint/Hr
FACTOR
Motor Full
KIT-4PK)
and a building condensate lbdrain
Load Amps
system is recommended.
0.35
23.6
1.7
84%
121
0.35
33.5
2.2
81%
128
IfPTAC-GAA12AB-D
a PTAC unit is 99%
oversized0.031
(cooling capacity
is
0.2
0.088
0.6
35.3
2.7
67%
137
greater than required load for the specific application),
98% space 0.031
0.2 desired
0.088
0.6
38.1
3.2
65%
143
PTAC-GAA15AB-D
the
unit will cool the
down to the
desiredLEGEND
temperature too quickly.
EER — Energy Efficiency Ratio
*The
Rated in
accordance
ARI Standard
unit
willwith cycle
on380-93.
and off, however,
† See power cord selection guide below for electric heating capacity rating. Using 30 Amp cords on U07 and U09 models could result in damage to unit.
only shown
takesforplace
‡dehumidification
Fan motor indoor CFM (LO/HI)
230-1-60when
units. the unit is
operating. The result of this type of application in a
POWER
CORD
SELECTION
GUIDE
hot
and/or
humid
climate
would be a cool, yet
GA
PTACs
are
not
individually
equipped
with a power cord, so one must be ordered separately based on the voltage and
excessively humid, space.
amperage of your electrical circuit. If the unit is to be plugged into a receptacle, then a line cord connection kit needs to be
selected. If it will be permanently connected, a hardwire connection must be used.
Air Infiltration
Receptacle
Heating
Model No.
Voltagecan intensify problems
Excessive
air infiltration
Type
(BTUH)
associated with undersizing or oversizing a PTAC
PWRCORD ---230V ---15A
15 amp /250
5500/6800
unit.
This can be the cause of insufficient
cooling,
208/230V
PWRCORD ---230V ---20A
20 amp /250
8300/10200
dehumidification, or heating. Sources of air
PWRCORD ---230V ---30A
30 amp /250
13900/17000
infiltration include vents, gaps around windows and
doors, and improperly sealed floors, ceilings or wall
RECEPTACLE AND FUSE TYPES
joints.
UNIT NAMEPLATE VOLTAGE
OUTLET RATED VOLTS/AMPS
Current
(Amps)
Branch
Circuit Full
Amps
1643/2047
7.9/8.9
15
2496/3036
12.2/13.2
20
4118/5037
20.5/21.5
30
Heater (Kw)
Input Power
(WH)
1.6/2.0
2.5/3.0
4.1/5.0
208/230
250/15
250/20
250/30
OUTLET BLADE CONFIGURATION
RECEPTACLE TYPE
NEMA CONFIGURATION
TIME DELAY FUSE OR CIRCUIT BREAKER (AMPS)
NOMINAL HEATER SIZE
A
B
C
6--- 15R
6--- 20R
6--- 30R
15
20*
30
1.6/2.0 KW
2.5/3.0 KW
4.1/5.0 KW
LEGEND
NEMA --- National Electrical Manufacturers Association
* May be used for 15 ---amp applications if fused for 15 amps.
33
5
GA
GA
PTAC-GAA15AB-D
Undersizing
PERFORMANCE AND ELECTRICAL DATA (CONT.)
APPLICATIONS
NEW
CONSTRUCTION
POWER
MODEL
FACTOR
series
(%)
FAN MOTOR
Indoor
Indoor
Packaged
Terminal
Motor Full
Motor HP‡
unit is designedLoad
to Amps
meet
R-410a
MAX
SENSIBLE
CHASSIS
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
CHARGE
DEHUM.
HEAT
Outdoor
SHIP WT.
APPROX.
Outdoor
Air
Motor
theHP
The NUMBER
Gree GA
Conditioning (PTAC)
needs of the architect, engineer, and contractor. For
99%
0.024
0.16
0.054
PTAC-GAA07AB-P
unit installation, Gree’s expert support network will
99% aspects
0.029
0.2
0.054
PTAC-GAA09AB-P
assist
in all applicable
of the construction
project,
from
preparing
a
budget
to
start-up.
99%
0.031
0.2
0.061
PTAC-GAA12AB-P
Motor Full
oz
Pint/Hr
FACTOR
lb
IfLoad
youAmps
are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
your options include:
0.3
24.7
1.7
84%
121
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
0.3 the polymer
35.3
2.2
wall sleeve.
See81%
accessory128
sleeve
section
for
selecting
the
correct
sleeve
0.35
36.0
2.7
67%
137 for
your application.
98%
0.2
0.061
0.35
65%
143
PTAC-GAA15AB-P
ADVANTAGES
FOR
NEW0.031
NOTE:40.2 in most 3.2
cases, when
replacing
the
LEGEND
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
CONSTRUCTION
EER — Energy Efficiency Ratio
* Rated in accordance with ARI Standard 380-93.
replaced.
forbelow
theforArchitect/Engineer
†Design
See powerFlexibility
cord selection guide
electric heating capacity rating. Using 30 Amp cords on U07 and U09 models could result in damage to unit.
‡ Fan motor indoor CFM (LO/HI) shown for 230-1-60 units.
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
• Whisper--quiet performance, indoors and out
Gree GA series PTAC will fit into:
• No
bulky
duct system
POWER
CORD
SELECTION
GUIDE
— The following major competitors’ wall
GA PTACs
not individually
equipped
• Noareseparate
equipment
room with a power cord, so one must be ordered separately based on the voltage and
sleeves/grilles:
Carrier,
GE,kitAmana,
amperage of your electrical circuit. If the unit is to be plugged into a receptacle,
then a line cord
connection
needs to be
• No
water
towers connected,
or additional
cooling
selected.
If it will
be permanently
a hardwire
connection must be used.
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
equipment
accessory retrofit kit is required.
• No complex match--up of different HVAC Heating
— FriedrichInput
T Power
series andCurrent
ZoneAire Branch
wall
Circuit Full
Model
No.
Voltage
Receptacle Type
Heater (Kw)
components
(BTUH)
(WH)
(Amps)
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
Amps
•
Less
sensitivity
to
building
orientation
(sun,
extension
(see
accessory
Friedrich
PWRCORD ---265V ---15A
15 amp / 277
6,800
2.0
2,120
8.9
15
wind,
shade)
Retrofit Wall
Sleeve Adapter).
265V
PWRCORD
---265V
---20A
20 amp / 277
10,200
3.0
3,127
13.2
20
PWRCORD
---265V ---30A
30 amp / 277
5.0
5,035
21.5
30
• Optional
architectural grille to permit
custom 17,000
exterior with
appearance
NOTE: In compliance
UL, and the National Electrical Code, 265V units installed with a power cord require the use use of a 265V electrical subbase.
Owner
NAMEPLATE VOLTAGE
component HVAC system
• NoUNITexpensive
OUTLET RATED
VOLTS/AMPS
277/15
purchase
OUTLET
• BLADE
No CONFIGURATION
equipment room or maintenance
engineering
staff
RECEPTACLE TYPE
A
NEMA
7--- 15R
• CONFIGURATION
Two--part delivery to minimize on--site
TIME DELAY
FUSE OR CIRCUIT BREAKER (AMPS)
15
damage
NOMINAL HEATER SIZE
2.0 KW
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
LEGEND
place during
chassis that slides
NEMA --- National
Electricalconstruction;
Manufacturers Association
in place after construction
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
Initial Cost Savings
forTYPES
the Building
RECEPTACLE
AND FUSE
4 34
265
277/20
277/30
B
C
7--- 20R
7--- 30R
20
30
3.0 KW
5.0 KW
GA
GA
Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
Whether you are designing a new structure or
for
The
Occupant
MODEL
(265-1-60)
HEAT PUMP
MODELS
replacing
packaged
terminal air conditioning units
in PTAC-GAA
• Heat pump models offer substantial
savings
an existing building, Gree GA Series
will meet your
CAPACITY*
COOLING
over
models
with
conventional
electric
needs.
Heating
MODEL
VOLTAGE
resistance
heaters
EER
COP‡
RANGE
Cooling
• NUMBER
Hotels and motels
AMPS
WATTS
Btuh
Rev.Cyc.
•
Individual
units allow tenants to choose the
Electric†
BtuH
• Nursing homes and assisted
living care
degree of comfort and operating economy.
centers
PTAC-GAA07AB-P
7700
6300
12 •
3.4 servicing reduces downtime:
2.4
640
complete
Rapid
15 or 20 Amp
• Offices
cord only
chassis
PTAC-GAA09AB-P
9000
8100
11.3
3.3 can be replaced in3.7minutes without
800
• Apartments
239occupants.
- 292
disrupting other
PTAC-GAA12AB-P
12000
10700
10.7
3.1
4.8
1120
15, 20 or 30
• Single--family dwellings
• Each unit operates independently of other
Amp cord
PTAC-GAA15AB-P
15000 and residential
13800
9.8
1530
• Home conversions
add--ons
units2.9in the building. No5.9 dependency
by
building on central HVAC system.
APPLICATION
INDOOR FANCONSIDERATIONS
PERFORMANCE DATA
GA
GAA09AB-P Heat Pump
Undersizing
265
260
280
IfGAE12AB-D
a PTAC unit
is undersized208
(cooling capacity
is less260
245
Heat / Cool
than
required
GAA12AB-D
Heatload
Pump for an application), the unit
230
270
290
will not be able to cool the space down to the desired
GAE12AB-P Heat
/ Cool
temperature
during
very hot265
days. The result
could be290
270
GAA12AB-P Heat Pump
warm
and humid or warm and dry conditioned space.
GAE15AB-D Heat / Cool
Oversizing
300
240
260
280
NOTE: This unit will not always evaporate 100%
of the unit
generated
condensate
and blown
280
225
240
260 in
rain water.
If
it
is
necessary
to
control
100%
310
250
270
290 of
the condensate, the Drain Kit (Part No.: DRAINKIT-4PK)
a building 270condensate 290drain
310 and 250
system is recommended.
208
270
290
305
250
270
290
230
300
320
340
280
300
320
340
280
300
320
340
280
300
320
If a PTAC unit is oversized (cooling capacity is
GAA15AB-D Heat Pump
300
greater
than required load for230
the specific
application),320
the
unit will
cool
the space down to the desired
GAE15AB-P
Heat
/ Cool
265
300
320
GAA15AB-P
Heat Pumptoo quickly.
desired
temperature
The unit will cycle on and off, however,
* Dry = Heat Mode or Fan Only Mode --- Indoor Standard CFM
Wet = Cool Mode --- Indoor
dehumidification
onlyStandard
takesCFM
place when the unit is
operating. The result of this type of application in a
hot and/or humid climate would be a cool, yet
excessively humid, space.
Air Infiltration
Excessive air infiltration can intensify problems
associated with undersizing or oversizing a PTAC
unit. This can be the cause of insufficient cooling,
dehumidification, or heating. Sources of air
infiltration include vents, gaps around windows and
doors, and improperly sealed floors, ceilings or wall
joints.
35
5
GA
Condensate Removal
Installation instructions are shipped with all PTAC
Dry
CFM*
Wet CFM*
units. It is
important
that
air
conditioning
systems
be
Gree’s GA series has a new condensate (water)
Model
Voltage
Low
properly sized and installed for each Low
application Medium
in
disposalHigh
system. The
outdoorMedium
fan prop has aHigh
built in
order to achieve the desired temperature
and humidity250 slinger ring
208
235
270 which220
235
250
draws condensate
water through
a
GAE07AB-D Heat / Cool
levels
within
space to be conditioned. It is
GAA07AB-D
Heatthe
Pump
suction
port
built
into
the
outdoor
coil
shroud.
The
230
260
280
300
240
260
280
strongly recommended that a professional engineer
water passes though the suction port and is sprayed
match
the PTAC
GAE07AB-P
Heat /units
Cool with the building structure and
on the 300
warm outdoor
coil for
265
260
280
240
260evaporation.
280Thus
GAA07AB-P Heat Pump
climate.
providing better disposal of excess condensate and
The following application208considerations
are all250 improving
235
270 unit operating
220
235
250
efficiency.
GAE09AB-D Heat / Cool
important
in
choosing
the
proper
PTAC
system
for
GAA09AB-D Heat Pump
230
260
280
300 and desirable
240
260 some condensate
280
It is normal
to have
the building structure.
water in the ebase pan to boost operating efficiency.
GAE09AB-P Heat / Cool
6.1
6.0
6.0
5.8
5.8
6.0
5.7
5.9
6.0
5.8
5.7
5.5
6.2
6.2
NA
6.1
6.1
NA
6.1
6.1
NA
5.7
6.3
6.0
60.4
57.9
57.2
61.5
62.7
55.0
61.5
61.8
62.0
6.2
5.8
60.8
57.4
56.6
55.8
NA
NA
62.3
NA
6.3
6.0
5.6
59.7
58.4
55.6
NA
NA
55.8
53.6
60.0
60.9
56.7
230
NA
62.5
55.2
208
54.6
6.1
5.7
59.7
57.1
55.9
59.0
62.0
61.1
61.2
55.6
NA
5.5
57.9
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
54.2
6.2
6.1
5.7
5.9
57.0
58.8
56.0
53.5
53.2
54.6
55.5
52.6
61.0
61.1
61.4
62.2
56.6
230
265
62.1
60.7
NA
5.5
56.2
NA
NA
51.9
NA
NA
55.3
208
NA
5.6
5.4
60.2
57.4
56.3
54.4
59.0
57.1
55.6
54.1
265
36
57.5
60.2
230
265
See notes on page 38
59.8
52.7
55.8
54.3
53.9
52.1
230
265
208
NA
49.3
208
265
High Heat
Medium
Heat
Low Heat
High Fan
51.4
51.1
265
Medium
Fan
53.3
46.9
49.9
61.1
265
208
Low Fan
NA
61.1
55.9
58.7
60.9
265
57.6
60.6
56.8
230
208
NA
55.4
230
High Cool
57.9
60.7
265
208
Medium
Cool
NA
60.2
55.2
56.5
208
230
Low Cool
9000
7000
Volts
230
4
GA
6.2
5.7
5.7
5.6
6.2
NA
5.6
5.6
NA
5.5
5.4
6.0
NA
5.7
5.6
5.6
6.2
NA
NA
5.4
NA
5.4
5.6
5.5
5.3
5.3
5.6
6.2
6.1
6.0
5.9
5.6
NA
NA
5.2
NA
5.7
5.6
5.4
5.9
5.7
NA
5.2
5.3
5.9
NA
NA
5.7
5.6
NA
5.1
5.4
60.4
59.4
NA
56.7
55.9
NA
51.9
53.2
59.2
NA
NA
57.3
NA
55.7
51.3
53.6
53.5
51.2
58.1
57.0
56.0
55.6
NA
NA
NA
50.2
51.9
56.0
53.6
51.9
NA
53.4
49.0
47.4
NA
57.1
NA
NA
55.4
62.3
62.0
61.2
59.5
58.3
61.2
57.8
55.9
NA
61.4
61.2
NA
62.0
NA
57.9
60.0
60.3
60.7
61.0
60.8
57.3
NA
61.6
57.6
55.9
NA
60.0
NA
59.9
If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
your options include:
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
your application.
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
replaced.
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
Gree GA series PTAC will fit into:
— The following major competitors’ wall
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
accessory retrofit kit is required.
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
extension (see accessory Friedrich
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
230
5.4
5.4
5.2
5.3
58.0
55.6
59.1
55.8
54.6
NA
4.9
NA
53.5
NA
54.5
62.8
NA
61.9
62.4
61.8
55.1
56.6
57.7
54.7
62.9
62.7
62.3
61.9
62.3
57.4
5.1
5.1
5.3
NA
4.7
5.0
5.9
6.1
NA
6.1
5.8
5.6
5.9
6.1
6.1
5.7
5.8
NA
5.5
6.1
61.2
61.8
NA
61.7
61.8
NA
NA
60.9
57.1
55.6
NA
60.5
NA
60.7
7000
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
208
5.6
5.6
NA
5.4
NA
5.5
6.1
6.1
NA
6.0
6.1
NA
6.0
6.1
NA
NA
6.0
5.7
5.5
61.0
62.0
15000
12000
9000
GAE
Heat pump models offer substantial savings
over models with conventional electric
resistance heaters
Individual units allow tenants to choose the
degree of comfort and operating economy.
Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete
chassis can be replaced in minutes without
disrupting other occupants.
Each unit operates independently of other
units in the building. No dependency by
building on central HVAC system.
GAA
Initial Cost Savings for the Building Owner
• No expensive component HVAC system
purchase
• No equipment room or maintenance
engineering staff
• Two--part delivery to minimize on--site
damage
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
place during construction; chassis that slides
in place after construction
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
Operating
Mode
GA
12000
7000
9000
INDOOR SOUND POWER DATA
•
15000
•
12000
•
Whisper--quiet performance, indoors and out
No bulky duct system
No separate equipment room
No water towers or additional cooling
equipment
No complex match--up of different HVAC
components
Less sensitivity to building orientation (sun,
wind, shade)
Optional architectural grille to permit custom
exterior appearance
NOMINAL SIZES (dBA)
•
•
•
•
NA
5.5
5.5
5.4
5.1
5.8
5.7
NA
5.0
NA
5.2
5.2
5.6
NA
5.3
4.9
4.7
NA
5.7
6.2
5.8
6.2
NA
6.1
5.8
5.6
NA
6.1
6.2
5.8
6.0
6.1
5.7
6.1
6.2
NA
5.6
5.8
6.0
NA
•
GAA
Indoor Sound Estimating Table (dBA and BELS)
ADVANTAGES FOR NEW
CONSTRUCTION
Design Flexibility for the Architect/Engineer
•
•
NEW CONSTRUCTION
The Gree GA series Packaged Terminal Air
Conditioning (PTAC) unit is designed to meet the
needs of the architect, engineer, and contractor. For
unit installation, Gree’s expert support network will
assist in all applicable aspects of the construction
project, from preparing a budget to start-up.
•
5.6
5.9
5.8
5.6
NA
5.4
5.5
NA
6.3
6.2
NA
6.2
6.2
NA
6.2
NA
6.2
6.1
NA
5.6
5.7
6.1
NA
9000
7000
15000
•
•
•
•
Hotels and motels
Nursing homes and assisted living care
centers
Offices
Apartments
Single--family dwellings
Home conversions and residential add--ons
NOMINAL SIZES (BELS)
•
•
Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
for The Occupant
GAE
12000
Whether you are designing a new structure or
replacing packaged terminal air conditioning units in
an existing building, Gree GA Series will meet your
needs.
5.6
5.7
5.7
5.8
5.5
6.3
6.3
6.2
6.2
6.2
6.2
6.1
6.1
6.2
15000
APPLICATIONS
5
37
71.7
NA
72.4
67.8
70.2
70.6
208
230
265
73.8
74.0
72.7
73.2
NA
NA
73.8
74.0
73.2
72.7
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73.3
73.1
72.0
73.3
73.1
7.1
7.0
6.8
7.1
7.0
6.8
7.1
7.0
6.8
7.0
6.9
6.7
7.0
6.9
6.7
7.0
6.9
6.7
7000
7.2
7.2
NA
7.2
7.2
NA
7.2
7.2
NA
7.1
7.1
NA
7.1
7.1
NA
7.1
7.1
NA
9000
7.3
7.3
NA
7.3
7.3
NA
7.3
7.2
NA
7.3
7.2
NA
7.3
7.2
NA
12000
7.4
7.4
NA
7.4
7.4
NA
7.3
7.3
NA
7.3
7.3
NA
7.3
7.3
NA
15000
7.3
7.3
NA
7.4
7.4
NA
NOTE: This unit will not always evaporate 100%
of the unit generated condensate and blown in
rain water. If it is necessary to control 100% of
the condensate, the Drain Kit (Part No.: DRAINKIT-4PK) and a building condensate drain
system is recommended.
Sound Transmission Coefficient (STC) = 23
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72.5
72.4
NA
72.5
72.4
72.0
73.3
73.1
72.0
15000
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It is normal and desirable to have some condensate
water in the ebase pan to boost operating efficiency.
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7.2
6.9
--- --- --- ---
7.3
7.1
7.0
--- --- --- ---
--- --- --- ---
--- --- --- ---
7.2
NA
7.3
NA
7.2
NA
6.8
NA
6.8
7.3
7.1
7.2
6.9
7.2
7.2
7.1
7.0
NA
12000
6.9
NA
6.8
7.0
9000
7000
GAE
Gree’s GA series has a new condensate (water)
disposal system. The outdoor fan prop has a built in
slinger ring which draws condensate water through a
suction port built into the outdoor coil shroud. The
water passes though the suction port and is sprayed
on the warm outdoor coil for evaporation. Thus
providing better disposal of excess condensate and
improving unit operating efficiency.
GA
NOTES:
1. The tables above indicate the approximate indoor and outdoor sound levels of a 52M unit.
Tests were conducted in the Carrier Sound Testing Laboratory according to AHRI (Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute) Noise Rating Standard 300 for non ---ducted indoor air conditioning equipment.
2. NA = Not Available
71.7
72.4
70.2
70.6
NA
NA
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--- --- --- ---
72.2
71.3
NA
72.2
71.3
NA
72.5
72.2
NA
72.4
NA
12000
71.3
NA
9000
If a PTAC unit is oversized (cooling capacity is
greater than required load for the specific application),
the unit will cool the space down to the desired
desired temperature too quickly.
The unit will cycle on and off, however,
dehumidification only takes place when the unit is
operating. The result of this type of application in a
hot and/or humid climate would be a cool, yet
excessively humid, space.
265
NA
67.8
208
73.8
74.0
72.7
73.2
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69.4
69.6
68.0
69.4
69.6
68.0
69.4
69.6
68.0
7000
NOMINAL SIZES (BELS)
If a PTAC unit is undersized (cooling capacity is less
than required load for an application), the unit
will not be able to cool the space down to the desired
temperature during very hot days. The result could be
warm and humid or warm and dry conditioned space.
230
72.4
71.7
70.2
70.6
NA
NA
NA
265
67.8
208
73.0
73.0
72.0
72.9
71.3
70.7
230
69.3
69.9
230
265
NA
NA
NA
67.4
208
73.0
73.0
70.7
NA
NA
73.0
73.0
72.0
72.9
72.0
NA
NA
72.9
71.3
69.3
69.9
NA
67.4
208
230
70.7
69.9
265
265
71.3
69.3
230
15000
12000
GAA
Condensate Removal
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7.3
7.3
7.2
7.3
7.3
7.2
7.3
7.3
7.2
15000
Installation instructions are shipped with all PTAC
units. It is important that air conditioning systems be
properly sized and installed for each application in
order to achieve the desired temperature and humidity
levels within the space to be conditioned. It is
strongly recommended that a professional engineer
match the PTAC units with the building structure and
climate.
The following application considerations are all
important in choosing the proper PTAC system for
the building structure.
High Heat
Medium
Heat
Low Heat
High Cool
Medium
Cool
NA
9000
GAE
Air Infiltration
67.4
7000
GAA
Oversizing
208
Volts
Outdoor Sound Estimating Table (dBA and BELS)
Excessive air infiltration can intensify problems
associated with undersizing or oversizing a PTAC
unit. This can be the cause of insufficient cooling,
dehumidification, or heating. Sources of air
infiltration include vents, gaps around windows and
doors, and improperly sealed floors, ceilings or wall
joints.
NOMINAL SIZES (dBA)
Undersizing
Low Cool
Operating
Mode
OUTDOOR SOUND POWER DATA
GA
APPLICATION CONSIDERATIONS
APPLICATIONS
Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
for The Occupant
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Hotels and motels
Nursing homes and assisted living care
centers
Offices
Apartments
Single--family dwellings
Home conversions and residential add--ons
•
•
•
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
*NOTE: Dashed area above shows REVERSING VALVE.
It is found only in HEAT PUMP (MQ) models.
The Gree GA series Packaged Terminal Air
Conditioning (PTAC) unit is designed to meet the
needs of the architect, engineer, and contractor. For
unit installation, Gree’s expert support network will
assist in all applicable aspects of the construction
project, from preparing a budget to start-up.
If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
your options include:
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
your application.
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
replaced.
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
Gree GA series PTAC will fit into:
— The following major competitors’ wall
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
accessory retrofit kit is required.
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
extension (see accessory Friedrich
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
ADVANTAGES FOR NEW
CONSTRUCTION
Design Flexibility for the Architect/Engineer
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Whisper--quiet performance, indoors and out
No bulky duct system
No separate equipment room
No water towers or additional cooling
equipment
No complex match--up of different HVAC
components
Less sensitivity to building orientation (sun,
wind, shade)
Optional architectural grille to permit custom
exterior appearance
AP1
AP2
AP3
C1
C2
L1, L2
L3
M1
M2
M3
OUTTUBE
ROOM
SAT
TC
TRIN-24V
TUBE
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5,X6
X7,X8
XT1
XT2
YV
LEGEND
Main Circuit Board
Relay Circuit Board
Displaly Circuit Board
Compressor Capacitor
Fan Motor Capacitor
Electric Heater Relay
Compressor Relay
Compressor Motor
Outdoor Fan Motor
Indoor Fan Motor
Outdoor Coil Sensor
Room Air Temp. Sensor
Compressor Overload
Transformer
Transformer 24 Volt Connector
Indoor Coil Sensor
Main Power Connector
Heater Connector
Heater Limit Connector
Indoor Fan Motor Connector
Transformer Connector
Board Jumper Connector
Terminal Block (White)
Terminal Block (Black)
Reversing Valve (Heat Pump Units)
Initial Cost Savings for the Building Owner
• No expensive component HVAC system
purchase
• No equipment room or maintenance
engineering staff
• Two--part delivery to minimize on--site
damage
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
place during construction; chassis that slides
in place after construction
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
WIRING SCHEMATIC
GA
NEW CONSTRUCTION
Heat pump models offer substantial savings
over models with conventional electric
resistance heaters
Individual units allow tenants to choose the
degree of comfort and operating economy.
Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete
chassis can be replaced in minutes without
disrupting other occupants.
Each unit operates independently of other
units in the building. No dependency by
building on central HVAC system.
GA Series -- Typical Wiring Schematic for Standard Units
4
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GA
Whether you are designing a new structure or
replacing packaged terminal air conditioning units in
an existing building, Gree GA Series will meet your
needs.
APPLICATION
CONSIDERATIONS
TYPICAL WIRING
SCHEMATIC FOR ENERGY
units. It is important that air conditioning systems be
properly sized and installed for each
FRONTapplication
DESK SWITCH in
PANEL
order to achieve the desired temperature and humidity
ROOM 10
0
ROOM 101 It is
levels within
the
space to be conditioned.
strongly recommended that a professional engineer
match the PTAC units with the building structure and
climate.
The following application considerations are all
important in choosing the proper PTAC system for
the building structure.
GA
Undersizing
If a PTAC unit is undersized (cooling capacity is less
than required load for an application), the unit
will not be able to cool the space down to the desired
temperature during very hot days. The result could be
warm and humid or warm and dry conditioned space.
Condensate Removal
Gree’s GA series has a new condensate (water)
disposal system. The outdoor fan prop has a built in
slinger ring whichROdraws
condensate water through a
OM N
suction port built into the outdoor coil shroud. The
water passes though the suction port and is sprayed
on the warm outdoor coil for evaporation. Thus
providing better disposal of excess condensate and
improving unit operating efficiency.
It is normal and desirable to have some condensate
water in the ebase pan to boost operating efficiency.
NOTE: This unit will not always evaporate 100%
of the unit generated condensate and blown in
rain water. If it is necessary to control 100% of
the condensate, the Drain Kit (Part No.: DRAINKIT-4PK) and a building condensate drain
system is recommended. FIELD-SUPPLIED
24-V
TRANSFORMER
(SEE NOTE 1)
Oversizing
If a PTAC unit is oversized (cooling capacity is
greater than required load for the specific application),
the unit will cool the space down to the desired
desired temperature too quickly.
B
W
B
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will W cycle on and off,
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associated with undersizing or oversizing a PTAC
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NOTES:
1. To size transformer, use the following equation:
Quantity of PTAC units x 12 va = Transformer Size (va)
Example: 110 PTAC Units x 12 va = 1320 va Transformer
2. Following are recommended wire sizes:
AWG WIRE SIZE NO.
MAXIMUM LENGTH ft (m)
24
22
20
18
16
400 (121.9)
600 (182.9)
900 (274.3)
1500 (457.2)
2000 (609.6)
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5
GA
Installation instructions areINTERFACE
shipped with all PTAC
MANAGEMENT
APPLICATIONS
TYPICAL
WIRING SCHEMATIC FOR MULTIPLE PTAC UNITS
Lower
Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
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THERMOSTAT
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Hotels and motels
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or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
your options include:
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
your application.
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
replaced.
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
Gree GA series PTAC will fit into:
— The following major competitors’ wall
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
accessory retrofit kit is required.
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
extension (see accessory Friedrich
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
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2. Maximum of 4 PTAC units can be connected to one single wall
thermostat.
3. Wall thermostat wire is field-supplied and should be 18 to
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GA
replacing packaged terminal air conditioning units in
an existing building, Gree GA SeriesR will meet your
MASTER
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units. It is
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HVAC
Guide
Specifications
properly sized and installed for each application in
Size
orderRange:
to achieve the desired temperature and humidity
Cooling:
7,600
15,000toBtuh
to 4396 WH)
levels within
thetospace
be (2051
conditioned.
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to a17,100
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to
strongly recommended
professional
engineer
5015
matchWH)
the PTAC units with the building structure and
climate.
Heat
Pump: 6,100 to 13,800 Btuh (1876 to 3956
WH)
The following application considerations are all
important
in choosing the proper PTAC system for
Model
Numbers:
the
building
structure.
GAE Series, Cooling
with Electric Heat
GAA Series, Heat Pump with Electric Heat
GA
Undersizing
If a PTAC unit is undersized (cooling capacity is less
Part
1 — System Description
than required load for an application), the unit
Packaged
Airthe
Conditioners
bedesired
of the
will not beTerminal
able to cool
space downshall
to the
sizes
and
capacities
as
shown
on
the
contract
drawing
temperature during very hot days. The result could be
schedule
in the
specifications.
warm andand
humid
or warm
and dry conditioned space.
System shall be tested to insure no water infiltration
into the room, when tested at eight inches of rain per
Oversizing
hour
with 40unit
mphis(64.4
KPh) wind.
If
a PTAC
oversized
(cooling capacity is
The
complete
system
shall
of theapplication),
following:
greater than required load forconsist
the specific
A. Packaged
Heat down
Pump toorthe
Heat/Cool
the
unit will Terminal
cool the space
desired
Chassis
: See section
2 -- Chassis Description
desired
temperature
too quickly.
B. Power
Hardwire
Kit shall
the
The
unit Cord
will orcycle
on and
off, provide
however,
power connection
to takes
the unit.
dehumidification
only
place when the unit is
operating.
ThePolymer
result of this
of application
in a
C. Insulated
Walltype
Sleeve
shall provide
hotexcellent
and/or humid
climate
would
be
a
cool,
yet
thermal insulation, be textured to hide
excessively
space. shine, will have superior
scratches humid,
and prevent
outdoor noise absorption and shall be corrosion
Airfree
Infiltration
for the life of the product. The Wall Sleeve
must have
42” intensify
(1067 mm)problems
width x
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airdimensions
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mm)undersizing
height x 14--7/8”
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shipped
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barrier
unit.
be the with
cause aof rear
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or heating. Sources of air
installed.
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include
vents,shall
gapstrim
around
windows
D. Wall Sleeve
Molding
the wall
sleeveand
to
doors,
improperly
floors,
ceilings or wall
the and
existing
wall, tosealed
hide wall
imperfections
and
joints.
irregularities due to the sleeve opening.
E. Outdoor Polymer Louvered Grille shall resist
corrosion, breakage and match the color specified
on drawing schedule and specifications.
F. Subbase will support the wall sleeve when it
extends into the room more than 4“ (101.6 mm).
Subbase must come from the factory
pre--assembled, with a built in receptacle (size as
specified
on
drawing
schedule
and
specifications).
Gree’s GA series has a new condensate (water)
disposal
system.
The outdoor
fan prop has a built in
Part
2—
Chassis
Description
slinger ring which draws condensate water through a
2.1
General:
suction
port built into the outdoor coil shroud. The
water passes
port and
is sprayed
The
chassisthough
shall thebesuction
a factory-assembled,
singlecooling
unit, that
is
on the-piece
warmheating
outdoorand/or
coil for
evaporation.
Thus
simple
to install
and operate.
Just slide
the chassis
providing
better disposal
of excess
condensate
and
into
a wall unit
sleeve,
plug it efficiency.
into an outlet, and operate
improving
operating
after installation. The chassis dimensions shall not
It is normal and desirable to have some condensate
exceed 42” (1067 mm) wide and 16“ (406 mm) high
waterroom
in thecabinet
ebase in
panplace.
to boost
efficiency.
with
The operating
chassis shall
consist
of
the following
functional
components:
NOTE:
This unit
will notsections
always and
evaporate
100%
of
the unit generated condensate and blown in
A. Certifications:
rain
water.shall
If itbeisapproved
necessary
controlby
100%
of
System
andtocertified
UL &
theUL,
condensate,
the Drain
(Part
No.: DRAINCanada. Chassis
shallKit
meet
ASHRAE
Standard
KIT-4PK)
and a energy
building
condensate drain
90.1 for minimum
efficiency.
system
is recommended.
B. Operating
Characteristics:
Chassis shall be capable of starting and running at
115˚ F (46.1˚ C) ambient outdoor temperature per
maximum load criteria of ARI Standard 310/380.
C. Electrical:
The accessory power cord or hardwire kit for the
unit will be ordered separately. The power cord
accessory will be 58“ (1473 mm) for 208/230v
models or 15“ (381 mm) for 265v models. The
Hardwire kit accessory will provide 36” (914 mm)
of flexible conduit. The chassis current draw shall
be specified on the chassis nameplate and match
electrical requirements specified on the Contract
drawing schedule and specifications.
The power cord plug configuration shall conform
to NEMA standards and the rating shall support
the current draw of the electric resistance heater.
For 265v installations, UL codes require the use of
an electrical equipped subbase for power cord
usage or hardwire conduit for non--corded
installations.
D. Safeties:
Compressor shall have automatic reset, over
temperature and over current protection. The fan
motors shall have an inherent, automatic reset
over temperature protection. The electric heater
shall have two over temperature protectors.
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APPLICATION
PACKAGED
TERMINAL
CONSIDERATIONS
COOLING UNIT
Condensate Removal
Installation
instructions
are OR
shipped
with all PTAC
WITH
HEAT
PUMP
ELECTRIC
HEATING
For superior sound and comfort, the airflow
Whether
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designingofa two,
new structure
or
systemyoushall
direct--drive
replacing
packaged
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air motors.
conditioning
in
permanently
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The units
outdoor
an existing
building,
Gree GA
Series
meet your
fan motor
will be single
speed,
withwill
a dynamically
balanced,
corrosion
resistant,
aluminum
needs.
multi-blade
axial
flow
design,
with
integrated
• Hotels and motels
slinger ring. The indoor fan motor will be three
• Nursing
and assisted
care
speeds,
with ahomes
dynamically
balanced,living
aluminum,
centers
tangential blower wheel, to assure uniform air
• Offices and optimal sound. Both Fan Motors
distribution
• Apartments
shall
be of an enclosed design to reduce the effects
of
moisture
and corrosion.
• Single--family
dwellings
F. Compressor
& Refrigerant:
• Home conversions
and residential add--ons
The rotary--type Compressor shall be fully
hermetic with internal and external vibration
NEW
CONSTRUCTION
isolation. The refrigeration system will be sealed
TheandGree
GA
series
Packaged
contain
a full
refrigerant
chargeTerminal
(R410A). Air
Conditioning
(PTAC)
unit
is
designed
to meet the
G. Coils:
needs
of the architect,
engineer,
andto contractor.
For
Condenser
and evaporator
coils
be constructed
unitofinstallation,
Gree’s
expert
support
network
will
high-efficiency copper and aluminum, necessary
assist
in all applicable
aspects
of the
construction
to achieve
EER and COP
rating,
as specified
on
project,
from
preparing
a
budget
to
start-up.
the chassis name plate.
H. Factory--Installed Electric Heater:
ADVANTAGES
FOR NEW
The factory--installed, open coil type, electric
CONSTRUCTION
heater is standard in heat/cool and heat pump
Design
Flexibility
for heater
the Architect/Engineer
chassis.
The electric
shall contain both an
automatic
reset
andperformance,
a one--shot over
temperature
• Whisper-quiet
indoors
and out
protection
device.
The
heating
capacity
of the
• No bulky duct system
electric
heater
shall
be
as
identified
on
the
• No separate equipment room
Contract drawing schedule and in the
• No water towers or additional cooling
specifications.
equipment
I. Controls:
• No complex match--up of different HVAC
All standard models shall be equipped with
components
electronics, for added features and improved
• Less of
sensitivity
reliability
the unit. to building orientation (sun,
wind, shade)
• Optional
architectural
custom
The
chassis shall
have angrille
easy totopermit
operate,
user
exterior
appearance
friendly,
electronic
display with simple to push,
largeCost
digital
buttons.
be easily
accessible
Owner
Initial
Savings
forAll
thewill
Building
and
covered
by
a
hinged
door.
• No expensive component HVAC system
purchase
The mode selection control shall consist of OFF,
• No equipment room or maintenance
FAN ONLY, HEAT or COOL operations. There
engineering staff
will be 3 optional Fan Speed Options, LOW,
• Two-part delivery
to minimize
-site
MED
or HIGH.
The temperature
selection onwill
be
damage
controlled by color coded, simple to operate
• Weather-protected
wall The
sleeve
thatandgoes
in
warmer
and cooler
buttons.
upper
lower
place temperature
during construction;
that easily
slides
setpoint
limits, chassis
can be
in place after construction
configured.
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
All models
shall-- units
have are
a configuration
dipswitch,
or heating
self--contained
comfort
easilysystems
accessible for the maintenance person,
optimal comfort settings, CONTINUOUS or
CYCLE fan mode in HEATING, CONTINUOUS
or CYCLE fan mode in COOLING, FREEZE
GUARD
enabled
or
disabled,
WALL
THERMOSTAT
enabled
or
disabled,
Lower
Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
EMERGENCY HEAT (for heatpumps), and 4
foroptional
The Occupant
SETPOINT LIMIT selections.
• Heat pump models offer substantial savings
with switches,
conventional
Fan over
cycle models
configuration
will electric
allow
resistance
continuous
fan heaters
operation for maximum comfort or
cycle
operationunits
for allow
maximum
energy
savings.
• Individual
tenants
to choose
the
Settings
canof be
different
for both economy.
heating and
degree
comfort
and operating
cooling
operations,
maximum
comfort
and
servicing for
reduces
downtime:
complete
• Rapid
efficiency.
chassis can be replaced in minutes without
disrupting other occupants.
All
standard
have Temperature
• Each
unit models
operatesshall
independently
of other
Limiting
control,
with
four
easy
to configure
units in the building. No dependency
by
settings.
Temperature
limiting
allows
a
room
building on central HVAC system.
temperature range to be set, to avoid extreme
temperature settings, to maximize energy savings.
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
If you
are replacing
in an(Heat
existing
wall Models
sleeve,
Emergency
Heata unit
Switch
Pump
your
options
include:
Only) shall disable the compressor in heating
mode
and only
the wall
use sleeve
of electric
• Replace
the allow
existing
with heat
the
during
cycles.
The Emergency
Heat sleeve
switch
theheating
polymer
wall sleeve.
See accessory
is active
at allfor
outdoor
ambient
temperatures.
section
selecting
the correct
sleeve for
your application.
All units
shall in
be most
capable
of interfacing
to a wall
NOTE:
cases,
when replacing
the
thermostat;
have the
a blank
out grille
label must
to cover
wall sleeve,
exterior
also the
be
control
panel for wall thermostat applications;
replaced.
and
haveana existing
removable
wall
terminal
• Use
sleeve
andthermostat
exterior grille.
The
block,
to
simplify
field
wiring.
No
additional
Gree GA series PTAC will fit into:
field-installed
kits shall
be required.
The following
major
competitors’ wall
—
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
Wall thermostat
interface
provide
Trane, Friedrich
andshall
Bryant,
and two
NO fan
speed selections
to
maximize
comfort.
accessory retrofit kit is required.
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
Compatible with 2 wire central desk control
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
systems.
extension (see accessory Friedrich
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
Freeze Guard to automatically activate the electric
heater and indoor fan to warm the room, to
prevent damage from freezing temperatures.
Freeze guard will be active as long as there is
power supplied to the unit. Unit shall have the
ability to disable Freeze guard, if needed.
Unit shall have the option to display temperature
in ˚F or ˚C.
Unit will have memory; in case power is lost, unit
will return to all previous settings.
Unit will have a random compressor restart after a
power outage, to prevent power surges due to
many units turning on at the same time.
Room temperature sensing shall use a Solid state
thermostat control.
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GA
GA
E. Air Flow System:
APPLICATIONS
panel shall
be constructed
of a polymer
to
Installation
instructions
are shipped
withmaterial
all PTAC
resist
breakage
and
corrosion.
It
shall
have
a
front
units. It is important that air conditioning systems be
louvered
surface
with integrated
control
door and
properly
sized
and installed
for each
application
in
airtofilters.
The
filterstemperature
shall be easily
order
achieve
theair
desired
andaccessible
humidity
without
removing
the front
panel
from the chassis.
levels
within
the space
to be
conditioned.
It is
K. Air Filters:
The chassis
contain air
filters,
strongly
recommended
that ashall
professional
engineer
withthe
a PTAC
minimum
ofwith
40%the
arrestance
ASHRAE
match
units
buildingper
structure
and
Standard 52.1. Two easily accessible front access
climate.
air application
filters, shallconsiderations
be interchangeable,
Thesupply
following
are all
washable
and
permanent
type.
ventsystem
filter shall
important in choosing the properThe
PTAC
for
a one-structure.
-piece, removable and washable type
the be
building
filter.
L. Bi--Directional Discharge Grille: Bi--directional
Undersizing
discharge
grille shall
resistcapacity
corrosion
and
If apolymer
PTAC unit
is undersized
(cooling
is less
breakage.
It
shall
be
easily
set
to
direct
air
at
40
than required load for an application), the unit
degrees
from
horizontal
or
80
degrees
from
will not be able to cool the space down to the desired
horizontal.during
Thisvery
non-hot
-metallic
grille
temperature
days. Thedischarge
result could
be
shall
behumid
cool toorthe
touch
the heatingspace.
cycle.
warm
and
warm
andduring
dry conditioned
M.Ventilation: The chassis shall have a manual
adjustable fresh air vent with a concealed manual
Oversizing
control shall
allow acapacity
maximum
If acontrol.
PTAC The
unitvent
is oversized
(cooling
is
of
up
to
65
CFM
of
fresh
air
to
be
drawn
into the
greater than required load for the specific application),
whencool
the the
indoor
fan down
is operating
the
the room
unit will
space
to the and
desired
door
is
open.
desired temperature too quickly.
N. High
Condensate
System:
The
unitEfficiency
will cycle
on andRemoval
off, however,
The
chassis
shall
have
a
condensate
dehumidification only takes place when theremoval
unit is
system consisting
condensate
suction port,intoa
operating.
The result of
of athis
type of application
andhumid
atomizeclimate
condensate,
hotdraw
and/or
wouldandbea aslinger
cool, ring
yet
integrated
in
the
outdoor
fan,
to
disperse
excessively humid, space.
condensate onto the condenser coil to be
Airevaporated.
Infiltration
O. Accessories:
Excessive air infiltration can intensify problems
1. Powerwith
Cord
(PN: PWRCORD-xxxV-xxA)
associated
undersizing
or oversizing
a PTAC
accessory,
is
required
for
all
corded
unit. This can be the cause of insufficient cooling,
applications. or heating. Sources of air
dehumidification,
2. Hardwire
kitvents,
(PN:gaps
HARDWIRE-KIT-xxA)
infiltration
include
around windows and
shall
be
required
if
an
accessory
power
cord
doors, and improperly sealed floors,
ceilings
or wall
is
not
used.
The
hardwire
kit
provides
a
joints.
permanent connection to the unit and shall have
36” (914 mm) of flexible steel conduit and a
plug-in connector for easy connect/disconnect.
3. Insulated Polymer Wall Sleeve (PN:
SLEEVE-INSUL-1PK) shall be made from a
molded polymer, with factory installed
insulation and a minimum flammability rating
of UL94-5V. The sleeve surface shall be
textured to prevent shine and hide scratches.
4. Deep Wall Metal Wall Sleeve (up to 28” /
711.2 mm.) (PN: SLEEVE--EXTxx--1PK) shall
be a one-- piece, extended wall sleeve, with
factory installed insulation and deep wall
baffles integrated.
5. Sleeve Molding (PN: SLEEVE--MOLDING)
shall trimRemoval
the wall sleeve to the existing wall to
Condensate
hide wall joints and irregularities due to the
Gree’s
GA opening.
series has a new condensate (water)
sleeve
disposal system. The outdoor fan prop has a built in
6. Architectural Grille (PN:GRILLE--PLA--xxxxx or
slinger ring which draws condensate water through a
GRILLE--ALU--xxxxx) shall be polymeric for long
suction port built into the outdoor coil shroud. The
durable life or painted aluminum for a superior
watercolor
passes
though
thebuilding.
suction port and is sprayed
match
to the
on the warm outdoor coil for evaporation. Thus
7. Subbase
(PN:
SUBBASE-xxxV-condensate
-xxA) shall and
be
providing
better
disposal
of excess
pre--assembled from the factory and UL listed.
improving unit operating efficiency.
Subbase options include:
It is normal
andelectrical
desirable to have
some condensate
— Nonsubbase:
The
water in the
ebase
pan
to
boost
operating
non--electrical subbase shallefficiency.
be
pre-assembled
and
provides
NOTE: This unit will not always evaporate 100%
mechanical
and requires
no in
of the unit
generatedsupport
condensate
and blown
wiring.
rain water. If it is necessary to control 100% of
— Electrical
subbase:
The No.:
electrical
the condensate,
the Drain
Kit (Part
DRAINsubbase
shall
be
pre-assembled
KIT-4PK) and a building condensatewith
drain
electrical junction
- installed
system is factoryrecommended.
box containing a receptacle for corded
units.
8. Drain kit (PN: DRAIN--KIT--4PK): This
universal drain kit shall be used internally or
externally to route excess condensate to a
drainage system. It can be field--installed on any
Carrier wall sleeve. The drain kit shall be
attached to the exterior right or left side of the
wall sleeve for external draining or may be
mounted to the bottom of the wall sleeve for
internal draining. The drain kit shall include
both a straight tube and a 90˚ bend tube.
9. Wall Thermostats (PN: PN: TT-N-411 &
PN: TT-N-421) The digital wall thermostat shall
have a large LCD display with backlighting,
operate with 24VAC, be non-programmable,
easy to use and provide maximum guest comfort.
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5
GA
GA
J. Front Panel (supplied
with chassis): Front
APPLICATION
CONSIDERATIONS
3.0
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND
APPLICATIONS
HANDLING
Whether you are designing a new structure
Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
for
The Occupant
Chassis
shall be capable of withstanding
or
The packaging
of the
chassis
be sufficient
to
replacing
packaged
terminal
air shall
conditioning
units in
protect
the chassis
from
damage
during
shipment
via
an
existing
building,
Gree
GA Series
will
meet your
an
enclosed
truck.
Chassis
must
also
be
able
to
needs.
withstand an impact force of 8 g’s and a random
• Hotels
andofmotels
continuous
force
1g, during shipping.
•
Nursing
homes
assisted
care
Chassis, wall sleeves, andand
grilles
shall beliving
shipped
in
centers
separate cartons. Universal handling instructions
shall• be Offices
defined and visible on the carton, from front,
back• andApartments
sides.
• Single--family dwellings
• Home conversions and residential add--ons
GA
NEW CONSTRUCTION
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
The Gree GA series Packaged Terminal Air
NOTES:
If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
Conditioning (PTAC) unit is designed to meet the
________________________________________________________________________________________
your options include:
needs of the architect, engineer, and contractor. For
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
unit installation, Gree’s expert support network will
________________________________________________________________________________________
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
assist in all applicable aspects of the construction
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
project, from preparing a budget to start-up.
your application.
________________________________________________________________________________________
ADVANTAGES FOR NEW
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
CONSTRUCTION
________________________________________________________________________________________
replaced.
Design Flexibility for the Architect/Engineer
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
• Whisper--quiet performance, indoors and out
________________________________________________________________________________________
Gree GA series PTAC will fit into:
• No bulky duct system
— The following major competitors’ wall
• No separate equipment room
________________________________________________________________________________________
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
• No water towers or additional cooling
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
equipment
accessory retrofit kit is required.
________________________________________________________________________________________
• No complex match--up of different HVAC
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
components
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
________________________________________________________________________________________
• Less sensitivity to building orientation (sun,
extension (see accessory Friedrich
wind, shade)
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
________________________________________________________________________________________
• Optional architectural grille to permit custom
exterior appearance
________________________________________________________________________________________
Initial Cost Savings for the Building Owner
• No expensive component HVAC system
________________________________________________________________________________________
purchase
• No equipment room or maintenance
________________________________________________________________________________________
engineering staff
• Two--part delivery to minimize on--site
damage
________________________________________________________________________________________
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
place during construction; chassis that slides
in place after construction
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
Copyright 2010 Gree Electric Appliance Inc.
Printed in U.S.A.
Edition Date: 6/10
Manufacturer reserves the right to change, at any time, specifications and designs without notice and without obligations.
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Catalog No. PTAC-GA-1PD
GA
temperatures
from models
--40˚ F offer
to 155
˚ F (--40savings
˚ C to
• Heat pump
substantial
68.3˚ C),
at 5 models
to 95 percent
non--condensing,
over
with RH,
conventional
electric
during resistance
shipment heaters
and storage, without component
failure.
• Individual units allow tenants to choose the
degree of comfort and operating economy.
• Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete
chassis can be replaced in minutes without
disrupting other occupants.
• Each unit operates independently of other
units in the building. No dependency by
building on central HVAC system.
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