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Installation, Operation and Maintenance
H SERIES
Wallmount Heat Pumps
R410A Series
REV. 9/23/13
REV. 11/1/09
678629-H-C
678629-H-B
H SERIES WALLMOUNT HEAT PUMPS
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Your equipment is covered by a LIMITED WARRANTY against
defects in material and workmanship.
In all cases, the equipment MUST be installed in accordance with
the installation instructions described in this manual. Set the
thermostat to either HEAT or COOL as desired. Set the desired
temperature on your thermostat dial and set the fan switch to
“ON” (for continuous air circulation) or to “AUTOMATIC” (for air
circulation only when the air conditioning system is operating). If
you desire to vary the thermostat temperature setting during the
day for energy conservation (for example, while you are at work).
IMPORTANT: Wait at least three (3) minutes after turning the
heat pump off before trying to restart. If an attempt is made to
start the compressor before the refrigerant pressures are
equalized, the compressor motor may trip on its overload. An
additional waiting period will be required before restarting.
DANGER: BEFORE PERFORMING ANY WORK ON
THIS EQUIPMENT, POWER SUPPLY MUST BE
TURNED OFF AT THE HOUSEHOLD SERVICE BOX TO
AVOID THE POSSIBILITY OF SHOCK, INJURY, DEATH OR
DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
MAINTENANCE
1. Always install and keep filters clean. Check filters 2 weeks. Clean
or replace if necessary. The factory-installed filter is located
behind the center front access panel.
This unit was designed for up to 105ºF of ambient temperature for
cooling mode; for heating mode, this unit was designed for up to 78 ºF
of room temperature, and minimum of 15ºF ambient temperature.
TO CHANGE SYSTEM FILTER:
INSPECTION AND UNPACKING
A. Turn the power to the unit off at the unit disconnect. The
disconnect is located on the front of the H Series unit behind
a small access door.
A thorough inspection of the shipping container should be made
immediately upon receiving your unit. Look for any punctures or
openings. If it appears as if damage has occurred, it should be noted
on the freight bill before signing. The delivering carrier should be
contacted immediately to inspect damage, and no installation work
should begin until this inspection is completed.
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IMPROPER INSTALLATION MAY
DAMAGE EQUIPMENT, CAN CREATE A HAZARD, AND
WILL VOID THE WARRANTY.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
This is a vertical wallmount unit designed for many different
applications in both residential and commercial settings. It is selfcontained and arrives completely assembled, factory-charged and
wired. The unit is 100% run-tested at the factory to ensure proper
operation. Your unit is supplied with high-quality copper tubing and
enhanced aluminum-finned coils for high heat transfer efficiency
and long life. The unit cabinet is constructed of G-90 galvanized
steel. All exterior surfaces are finished with a baked-on polyester
coating. This will provide excellent corrosion protection in most
applications. However, if the unit is installed in an area with a
corrosive atmosphere, such as near an industrial plant or on the
seacoast, additional coating should be considered to extend the life
of the coils and cabinet.
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WARNING:
B. Remove the front center access door from the unit.
C. Remove and replace the filters with the type and size
indicated in the table below.
D. Replace the access door and turn on the power to the unit.
WARNING: FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE RULES
AND INSTRUCTIONS COULD CAUSE A MALFUNCTION OR DESTRUCTION OF THE EQUIPMENT
WHICH COULD RESULT IN PROPERTY DAMAGE,
SERIOUS BODILY INJURY, OR DEATH.
NOTE:
If your system has a filter grille installed in the return air
opening, the unit filter should have been discarded during
installation.
SAFETY RULES
The filter installed into the return air grille assembly should be
replaced with the same size and type provided with the grille.
1. Installation and repair MUST be done by a qualified person.
The equipment should be inspected before use and at least
once annually by a professional service person.
If your system is equipped with a fresh air intake, the filter for the
fresh air assembly is accessed through the front center panel. The
filter is a permanent washable type.
2. AVOID ELECTRICAL SHOCK! Turn power OFF when
servicing. There may be more than one disconnect switch to
de-energize unit.
3. Close cover(s) before returning breaker(s) to “ON” position.
4. Please observe good safety practices by wearing personal
protective equipment such as gloves and safety glasses to
avoid injury.
5. Installation MUST conform to local codes. In the absence of
local codes, refer to the National Electrical Code (NEC),
ANS/NFPA No. 70-1993 and recommendations made by the
National Board of Fire Underwriters.
In our continuing effort to improve our product, specifications may
change without notice. If there are any questions, please see the
contact information on the last page of this manual.
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UNIT MODEL
QTY.
FILTER SIZE
TYPE
18, 24, 30, 36
18, 24, 30, 36
48, 60
48, 60
1
1
1
1
16 x 25 x 1 (standard)
16 x 25 x 2 (optional)
20 x 30 x 1 (standard)
20 x 30 x 2 (optional)
Disposable
Disposable
Disposable
Disposable
7. Service clearance is 28" from the electrical box access panel
located on the front of the unit and 28" from the center, upper,
and lower front access panels.
MAINTENANCE
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WARNING: SERIOUS INJURY MAY RESULT IF
WATER SPRAY IS DIRECTED TOWARD LIVE
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS OR POWER
SOURCES.
8. The wall selected for unit installation MUST be able to or be
made to safely support the weight of the unit.
9. Do NOT locate where heat, lint or exhaust fumes will be
discharged on the unit (as from dryer vents).
TO CLEAN FRESH AIR INTAKE FILTER:
A. Follow steps A and B at left
“TO CHANGE SYSTEM FILTER”.
B. Gently pull out the filter from the
bottom.
C. Wash the filter with water.
D. Reinstall the filter, by sliding it into the
retaining rail.
E. Replace the access door and turn the
power on to the unit.
C. UNIT PREPARATION
INSULATION
1. The H Series model units have top rain flashing built onto the
unit. The bottom-mounting flange for all models is shipped
separately and in place. (Refer to “Section J. Unit Installation”
for the recommended use of the bottom flange.)
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1
CLOSED
DAMPER
DOOR
2. Electrical entrances are located on the right side, left side,
and back of all H Series units. Refer to “Section H. Electrical
Hook-up” for details.
SCREW
3. Bend the lids of the return and supply openings to form a
return and supply air collars and install air gaskets.
FILTER
4. The supply and return air ducts should be checked to be sure
they:
2. Keep the outdoor coil clean. Wash it down with a garden hose if
necessary. BE SURE THE UNIT DISCONNECT IS IN THE
“OFF” POSITION AND THAT ALL ELECTRICAL POWER TO
THE UNIT IS TURNED OFF BEFORE CLEANING THE
SYSTEM.
a. Match the openings on the unit to be installed.
b. Have the same distance between them vertically as the
openings on the unit to be installed.
5. If the factory-installed filter is used on your installation,
access to the filter is made through the center panel on the
front of the unit. IF A REMOTE FILTER IS USED, SUCH AS
A FILTER GRILLE, THE FACTORY-INSTALLED FILTER
MUST BE REMOVED AND DISCARDED.
Remove any loose grass, leaves, papers, etc., from the area
around the condenser coil. These could reduce the air
supply through the coil and reduce the amount of cooling
capacity.
3. Since the heat pump is located outdoors, it is exposed to all
weather elements. Treat it with a good automobile paste wax
twice a year (in the spring and fall).
D. DUCTWORK
1. Properly-sized duct systems are critical for satisfactory
operation of any heat pump system. All ductwork MUST be
correctly sized for the design air flow requirement of the
equipment.
Check with your contractor if you have any questions regarding
the maintenance or operation of your unit.
INSTALLATION
2. The recommended operation duct static is to deduct
0.07" W.C. for any size of heater 5 kW to 20 kW on factory- or
field-installed heaters.
A. CODES
3. Ductwork routed through wall cavities, as well as any duct not
in conditioned space, MUST be insulated. Supply ducting
routed through exterior walls MUST be insulated with 1"
insulation to the back of the unit.
The installer SHALL comply with all local, state, and federal codes
and/or regulations pertaining to this type of equipment and its
installation. Such codes and/or regulations should take precedence
over any recommendations contained herein in lieu of local codes.
Installations SHALL be made in accordance with the National
Electrical Code, local codes, and recommendations made by the
National Board of Fire Underwriters.
4. Supply and return air ducts should be flush with the exterior
wall and sized to fit over the unit duct collars in order to
compress the collar air gasket.
5. If supply duct is flashed to the exterior of a building
constructed with combustible material, the flashing MUST be
insulated in order to maintain the required clearances to
combustible materials. Required clearance is 1/4" for the first
three (3) feet of supply duct.
B. UNIT SITE LOCATION
1. To eliminate noise from being transmitted into noise-sensitive
areas, the unit should NOT be installed on walls adjoining
bedrooms, sleeping quarters, or adjacent to windows.
E. FILTERS
2. Locating the unit as close as possible to the main duct
system or area to be conditioned, will prevent lengthy duct
runs and unnecessary thermal and air-pressure losses.
1. One-inch disposable filters are supplied standard in each
unit. Two-inch disposable filters can also be used and are
available as an option. The filter rack is adjustable to
accommodate 2 " filters. The filter rack on this series is
adapted by bending the retaining brackets. Refer to the
Maintenance section on page 3 for the procedures for
changing the filters.
2. If a filter grille is used in the installation, the filter should
be properly sized to allow a maximum velocity of 400 FPM.
THE FACTORY-INSTALLED FILTER MUST BE
REMOVED.
3. The clearance to combustibles is 0 " on all sides, and 1/4" for
the first three (3) feet of supply duct.
4. The condenser air inlets (left, right and bottom inlets) SHALL
be located at least 14
8" " away from walls or other obstructions
for unrestricted airflow.
5. The condenser air outlet should be located at least 6’ away
from any obstructions to prevent recirculation of condenser air.
6. Bottom of the unit SHALL be located at least 12" away from
the ground or other obstructions for unrestricted airflow.
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Tap
Voltage Range
240 Volt
253 - 216
208 Volt
220 - 187
Seven (7) conductor thermostat wires should be run from the
thermostat location to the unit. Thermostat wire should be sized as
shown on the table below.
F. ELECTRICAL POWER
The installer MUST check available power to make certain it
matches the unit nameplate rating and that constant voltage can be
maintained to the unit. Unsatisfactory and unsafe performance
could otherwise result. The local power company should be
contacted about questions concerning power supply.
Wire Gauge
20
18
16
14
12
G. BREAKER/DISCONNECT ASSEMBLY
These units are standard equipped from the factory with a unit
disconnect. This is in the form of a circuit breaker (230V models) or
a disconnect (460V models). If an optional electric heat kit is to be
installed, follow the instructions included with the heater assembly.
See Figure 1 for reference.
Refer to wiring diagrams on for connection details.
STAGING OF ELECTRIC HEAT
All H Series units with electric heat assemblies are wired for twostage heat in normal operation. Units over 10 kW resistance heat
also have an additional stage for emergency heat. The first stage is
refrigerant heat (Y and G terminals are energized and O terminal is
de-energized). The second stage is auxiliary resistance heat (W is
energized). The third stage is emergency heat (E and W terminals
are energized). H Series units are equipped with an emergency heat
lock-out relay. This will disable the compressor when the E terminal
is energized. Do not install a jumper between the W and E terminals.
This would keep the compressor contacts from being energized and
prevent the compressor from operating.
FIGURE 1
Electrical Box
Breaker
Breaker Mount
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Maximum Length
45'
60'
100'
160'
250'
WARNING: ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT SHOULD
BE INSTALLED BY A QUALIFIED, LICENSED
ELECTRICIAN. IMPROPER ELECTRICAL HOOK-UP
MAY DAMAGE EQUIPMENT, CAN CREATE A
HAZARD, AND WILL VOID WARRANTY.
J. UNIT INSTALLATION
H SERIES UNITS ARE FOR USE IN
SINGLE-STORY BUILDINGS ONLY
1. As previously stated, the wall that the unit is to be installed
onto MUST be strong enough to support the unit under the
condition for which it will be used. For example, a unit to be
installed on a building that is intended to be transported will
require more wall strength than a unit installed at a
permanent site. Existing walls may need additional
reinforcement. NEVER RELY ON EXTERIOR SIDING OR
PLYWOOD TO SUPPORT THE UNIT. Figure 2 below
represents a typical installation of a single-story stud wall at a
permanent site. Since building materials and techniques vary
with regions and intended use, a building contractor and/or
local building code official MUST be consulted for suitable
construction methods.
H. ELECTRICAL HOOK-UP
The line voltage electrical service can be routed through the right side
panel, the right side of the back panel, or left side panel. Each area is
supplied with two line voltage knock-outs (1/2" – 3/4" and 1" – 11/4").
Low voltage wiring can be routed through the right side panel.
NOTE: When routing line voltage through the return air com-
partment, conduit MUST be used (even though this is a dry area) to
comply with the NEC code. A 11/4" PVC conduit is supplied for this
application. Refer to the ELECTRICAL tables for minimum wire size
and maximum breaker size. All wire sizes listed under the dual-feed
circuit column are based on no more than three (3) conductors in the
same conduit. If two circuits or more than three (3) conductors are to
be routed in the same conduit, the ampacity of the wire size listed
MUST be derated. Refer to Article 310 of the NEC code for
adjustment factors. Be sure to install a ground wire of the proper
size to the unit’s equipment ground lug.
2. Locate and attach the lower mounting bracket in the desired
location on the building.
3. Apply a suitable caulk across the entire length of the top rain
flashing and side mounting flanges.
4. Remove the flanges on both ends of the pallet and slide the
unit approximately 2” off the rear of pallet. Lift unit gently into
location with fork truck, taking care to align unit with lower
mounting bracket.
I. LOW VOLTAGE WIRING
5. While allowing a small portion of weight on the lower bracket,
push the unit against the wall and fasten appropriately.
230 volt, 1- and 3-phase units are equipped with dual-primary
voltage transformers for 208/240 volt operation. These models are
factory wired to the 240 volt tap. For 208 volt operation, connect the
factory-installed black wires from the 240 volt tap to the 208 volt tap.
The acceptable voltage range of the tap is as follows:
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the time to be accumulated to initiate the defrost mode. The outdoor
fan is wired through the N/C points of the control’s relay and the N/O
points of the contactor. The fan motor will be energized whenever the
contactor is energized (except during defrost).
FIGURE 2
HEATING MODE
Low-voltage terminal R is connected to Y,G and O, at the unit lowvoltage terminal board.
Unit Model
18/24
30/36
48/60
A
35
39
42
The system reversing valve is powered during the heating mode. With
the thermostat system switch turned to heat, the low-voltage O
terminal is now energized, turning the reversing valve solenoid on
(switching the reversing valve to the heat position). The Y terminal will
energize the contactor and outdoor fan and the G terminal will
energize the indoor blower.
B
DEFROST MODE
71
71
861/2
To prevent ice build-up on the coil during the heating mode, as the
outdoor coil temperature falls below 30°F ± 5°F, an outdoor defrost
thermostat closes. (This thermostat is located on a coil tube.) When
the thermostat closes, the timer on the defrost control starts
accumulating the compressor run time. After the selected time (30, 60,
or 90 minutes) has been accumulated, the controller will start the
defrost cycle regardless of the outside temperature. During the defrost
cycle, the system is switched back into the cooling mode by the control
de-energizing the reversing valve solenoid. The N/C pole of the control
fan relay is opened, turning off the outdoor fan to allow the outdoor coil
to be warmed (defrosted) faster. The defrost control energizes the
indoor auxiliary heat relays through the E terminal to temper the indoor
supply air. This terminal should be connected to E (second-stage
heat) on the thermostat.
MOUNTING FLANGE BOLT
PATTERN DIMENSIONS
K. CONDENSATE DRAIN
A 3/4” drain hose is located on the bottom side of the unit. The drain
may be extended for condensate removal to comply with local codes
(use fitting size or larger). Install a condensate trap on this line.
L. ELECTRICAL HEAT INSTALLATION
After the defrost thermostat reaches 65°F ± 5°F, the defrost cycle will
end. The control will not allow the defrost to continue longer than 10
minutes.
Electric heat is an option on H Series units and can be field-installed
on either single- or three-phase models.
DEFROST TIME SELECTION
Refer to the individual installation instructions for installing heater
kits on page 15.
The defrost control has three selectable time intervals: 30, 60 and 90
minutes. The timing is factory set at 60 minutes. This timing has been
determined by testing to provide the best operating efficiency. In areas
where the humidity is lower than normal, the timer may be set to a higher
time (90 minutes). To change the time, move the timer jumper to the post
marked 30 for 30 minutes, 60 for 60 minutes, or 90 for 90 minutes.
A TWO-STEP THERMOSTAT MUST BE USED IF AN
ELECTRIC HEATER IS INSTALLED.
M. DEFROST CONTROL
DEFROST TEST POST
The defrost control has test posts to speed up the defrost time setting
by a factor of 256.
The H Series units use an integrated defrost control to manage the
following control functions of the system:
If you want to initiate a defrost without waiting for the time to
accumulate, you can jumper the two test pins (marked test). If the coil
temperature is above 30°F you will need to jumper the DFT (defrost
thermostat) terminals to simulate a closed thermostat. The defrost
cycle should occur in 7 seconds for a 30-minute setting, 14 seconds
for a 60-minute setting, and 17 seconds for an 90-minute setting. If the
jumper is removed immediately when the defrost cycle starts, the
cycle will end if the defrost thermostat is opened (coil above 65°F). If
the test pins remain jumped, and the defrost thermostat is closed, the
defrost will end in 2.3 seconds, which is the 10-minute default.
1. Off and on functions of the outdoor fan during the defrost and
heating mode.
2. Off and on functions of the reversing valve during the defrost
and heating mode.
3. Off and on functions of the auxiliary heat relays during the
defrost mode.
The control is a time-and-temperature type with selectable defrost
time intervals of 30, 60 and 90 minutes. Control circuit voltage at the
control is 24 volts input and output. The outdoor fan relay is SPNC
(single pole normally closed) and controls the fan motor.
DURING THE ABOVE TEST, DO NOT CONTACT OR SHORT ANY
OTHER PIN. THIS MAY DAMAGE THE CONTROL.
N. BASIC SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
O. HIGH-PRESSURE LOCK OUT
COOLING MODE
FIELD CHARGING
Low-voltage thermostat terminal R is connected to Y and G, at the unit
low-voltage terminal board.
Compared to a cooling-only unit, a heat pump is difficult to field charge
correctly without the use of charging scales. It is recommended the
charge be weighed in with an accurate charging scale. The correct
charge weight can be found on the unit name plate.
The system reversing valve is energized during the cooling mode.
Power is supplied to the reversing valve solenoid through the lowvoltage O terminal. The low-voltage Y terminal to the control will
energize the contactor latch coil (causing the contactor to energize the
compressor). The low-voltage Y terminal to the control will also
energize the control's timer. During the cooling mode, the defrost
thermostat is open (coil temperature is above 30°F) and will not allow
H Series units are equipped with a high-pressure switch. This switch is
wired through a lockout relay to lock out the system if the high side
pressure exceeds 425 psifor R22 and 600 psi for R410A. The high
side pressure MUST be below 300 psi for R22 and 450 for R410A
before the system can be reset.
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EXPLODED PARTS DRAWING — 24 / 30 / 36
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EXPLODED PARTS DRAWING — 42 / 48 / 60
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REPLACEABLE PARTS LIST- H SERIES WALLMOUNT HEAT PUMPS
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
7
7
7
8
8
14
14
14
15
15
15
17/22
17/16A
3
3
3
4
4
5
5
5
5
6
6
9
9
10
10
10
11
11
11
12
12
12
13
13
13
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1
1
18
21
22
22
22
22
23
23
23A
23B
24
24
24
24
24
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
26
26
26
27
27
27
28
28
PART NUMBER
COMP-BZP24-001
COMP-BZP28-001
COMP-BZP28-003
COMP-BZP34-001
COMP-BZP34-003
COMP-BZP34-004
COMP-BZP44-001
COMP-BZP44-003
COMP-BZP44-004
COMP-BZP57-001
COMP-BZP57-003
COMP-BZP57-004
COND-H424
COND-H436
COND-H460
550505
550517
EVAP-VH424
EVAP-VH436
EVAP-VH460
550510
550517
550521
550759A
550763A
061507
061508
2021-5008
2022-5008
2023-5008
259108
259109
0250-0025
351145
359100
351146
0550-0009
259114
2022-5000
2023-5000
2021-5012
2022-5012
2023-5012
2021-5003
2022-5003
2023-5003
2021-5005
2022-5005
2023-5005
2021-0006P
2022-0006P
2023-5006
2021-5002H
2022-5002H
2023-5002H
550790
451988
0445-0007
2021-5018
2022-5018
2023-5018-4
2023-5018-5
2022-5001
2023-5001
2023-5088
2023-5089
194700050002
194700050004
0500-0010
1947000050001
194700050003
351115
194090000006
020008
351424
359101
020005
351426
BLWR-MTG2B
258972
258976
2021-5007
2022-5007
2023-5007
2021-5010
2022-5010
DESCRIPTION
ZP24K5EPFV130
ZP28K5EPFV130
ZP28K5ETF5130
ZP34K5EPFV130
ZP34K5ETF5130
ZP34K5ETFD130
ZP44K5EPFV130
ZP44K5ETF5130
ZP44K5ETFD130
ZP57K3EPFV130
ZP57K3ETF5230
ZP57K3ETFD230
COND COIL
COND COIL
COND COIL
FLOWRATOR 3 CIRCUIT-COND
FLOWRATOR 6 CIRCUIT-COND
EVAP COIL
EVAP COIL
EVAP COIL
FLOWRATOR 4 CIRCUIT-EVAP
FLOWRATOR 6 CIRCUIT-EVAP
FLOWRATOR 9 CIRCUIT-EVAP
TXV VALVE 1.5-3 TON
TXV VALVE 4-5 TON
FILTER DRIER
FILTER DRIER
FAN SHROUD H18-24
FAN SHROUD H30-36
FAN SHROUD H48-60
MOTOR MOUNT CONDENSER FAN
MOTOR MOUNT CONDENSER FAN
MOTOR CONDENSER 230V 1/5 HP
MOTOR CONDENSER 230V 1/2 HP
MOTOR CONDENSER 460V 1/4 HP
MOTOR CONDENSER 460V 1/2 HP
FAN BLADE 20" V18-36
FAN BLADE 22" V48-60
ASSEMBLY LEFT SIDE PANEL H18-36
ASSEMBLY LEFT SIDE PANEL H48-60
ASSEMBLY REAR PANEL H18-24
ASSEMBLY REAR PANEL H30-36
ASSEMBLY REAR PANEL H48-60
ASSEMBLY DIVIDER DECK H18-24
ASSEMBLY DIVIDER DECK H30-36
ASSEMBLY DIVIDER DECK H48-60
ASSEMBLY BLOWER PAN H18-24
ASSEMBLY BLOWER PAN H30-36
ASSEMBLY BLOWER PAN H48-60
ASSEMBLY DRAIN PAN H18-24
ASSEMBLY DRAIN PAN H30-36
ASSEMBLY DRAIN PAN H48-60
BASE PAN ASSEMBLY H24
BASE PAN ASSEMBLY H30-36
BASE PAN ASSEMBLY H48-60
REVERSING VALVE ASSEMBLED WITH COIL
HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
DEFROST TERMINATION STAT
BLOWER MNTG TRAY H18-24
BLOWER MNTG TRAY H30-36
BLOWER MNTG TRAY H48
BLOWER MNTG TRAY H60
ASSEMBLY RIGHT SIDE H18-36
ASSEMBLY RIGHT SIDE H48-60
GRILL INLET RIGHT SIDE H48-60
GRILL INLET LEFT SIDE H48-60
BLOWER 9-7R DD 18, 24, & 48 CW RIGHT
BLOWER 10-7R DD 60 CW RIGHT
BLOWER 10-10 DD 30 & 36
BLOWER 9-7L DD 48 CCW LEFT
BLOWER 10-7L DD 60 CCW LEFT
MOTOR BLOWER 1/6 HP 230V
MOTOR BLOWER 1/3 HP 230V
MOTOR BLOWER 1/2 HP double shaft 230V
MOTOR BLOWER 3/4 HP double shaft 230V
MOTOR BLOWER 1/3 HP 460V
MOTOR BLOWER 1/2 HP double shaft 460V
MOTOR BLOWER 3/4 HP double shaft 460V
MOTOR MOUNT INDOOR ASSY H18-24
MOTOR MOUNT INDOOR ASSY H30-36
MOTOR MOUNT INDOOR ASSY H48-60
TOP H18-24
TOP H30-36
TOP H48-60
TOP FRONT PANEL H18-24
TOP FRONT PANEL H30-36
H424B1 H430B1 H430B3 H436B1 H436B3 H436B4 H448B1 H448B3 H448B4 H460B1 H460B3 H460B4
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8
REPLACEABLE PARTS LIST- H SERIES WALLMOUNT HEAT PUMPS
28
2
29
2
29
2
29
2
29
2
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2
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2
29
2
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2
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2
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2
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30
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31
7
31A
7
32
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32
8
32
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32
14
33
14
34
15
34
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34
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35
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35
17/16A
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36
36
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36
3
36
3
36
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36
4
36
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36
5
36
5
36
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36
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36
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36
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36
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36
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36
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36
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36
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37
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38
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38
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39
12
39
13
39
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40
13
40
1
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1
41
1
41
18
41
21
41
42
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22
22
22
23
23
23A
23B
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24
24
24
24
25
25
25
25
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26
26
26
27
27
27
28
28
PART
NUMBER
2023-5010
COMP-BZP24-001
2021-5011
COMP-BZP28-001
2021-5011E
COMP-BZP28-003
2021-5011F
COMP-BZP34-001
2022-5011
COMP-BZP34-003
2022-5011E
COMP-BZP34-004
2022-5011F
COMP-BZP44-001
2023-5011
COMP-BZP44-003
2023-5011E
COMP-BZP44-004
2023-5011F
COMP-BZP57-001
2021-5014
COMP-BZP57-003
2022-5014
COMP-BZP57-004
2023-5014
COND-H424
2022-5062
COND-H436
070518
COND-H460
659942
550505
659943
550517
659926
EVAP-VH424
659924
EVAP-VH436
654602
EVAP-VH460
2021-5004
550510
2022-5004
550517
2023-5004
550521
2022-5021
550759A
65SM1007-F
550763A
EGH05B1-HP
061507
0430-0074
061508
EGH10B1-HP
2021-5008
0430-0072
2022-5008
EGH15B1-HP
2023-5008
0430-0074
259108
0430-0072
259109
EGH06B3-HP
0250-0025
458009
351145
EGH11B3-HP
359100
458011
351146
EGH18B3-HP
0550-0009
458013
259114
EGH06D4-HP
2022-5000
458015
2023-5000
EGH11D4-HP
2021-5012
458017
2022-5012
EGH15D4-HP
2023-5012
458020
2021-5003
2022-HEPL
2022-5003
2023-HEPL
2023-5003
454332
2021-5005
454323
2022-5005
2021-5009H
2023-5005
2022-5009H
2021-0006P
2023-5009H
2022-0006P
2021-5017
2023-5006
2022-5017
2021-5002H
2023-5017
2022-5002H
2021-5020
2023-5002H
2022-5020
550790
2023-5020-4
451988
2023-5020-5
0445-0007
2022-0015
2021-5018
2022-5018
453150
2023-5018-4
453770
2023-5018-5
453772
2022-5001
452842
2023-5001
0400-0031
2023-5088
450368
2023-5089
450370
194700050002
450378
194700050004
450325
0500-0010
450205
1947000050001
160500730145
194700050003
451000
351115
452752
194090000006
452756
020008
452200
351424
0821N-0084A
359101
042004
020005
453807
351426
451955
BLWR-MTG2B
451956
258972
452195
258976
451995
2021-5007
0415-0028
2022-5007
451049
2023-5007
451840
2021-5010
454388
2022-5010
451992
DESCRIPTION
TOP
FRONT PANEL H48-60
ZP24K5EPFV130
MIDDLE FRONT PANEL (no fresh air) H18-24
ZP28K5EPFV130
MIDDLE FRONT PANEL (economizer f/a) H18-24
ZP28K5ETF5130
MIDDLE FRONT PANEL (barometric f/a) H18-24
ZP34K5EPFV130
MIDDLE FRONT PANEL (no fresh air) H30-36
ZP34K5ETF5130
MIDDLE FRONT PANEL (economizer f/a) H30-36
ZP34K5ETFD130
MIDDLE FRONT PANEL (barometric f/a) H30-36
ZP44K5EPFV130
MIDDLE
FRONT PANEL (no fresh air) H48-60
ZP44K5ETF5130
MIDDLE
FRONT PANEL (economizer f/a) H48-60
ZP44K5ETFD130
MIDDLE
FRONT PANEL (barometric f/a) H48-60
ZP57K3EPFV130
LOWER
CONDENSER PANEL H18-24
ZP57K3ETF5230
LOWER
CONDENSER PANEL H30-36
ZP57K3ETFD230
LOWER
CONDENSER PANEL H48-60
COND COIL ACCESS DOOR H18-60
DISCONNECT
COND COIL
BREAKER
DOOR LATCH H18-60
COND
COIL DISPOSABLE 16x25x1 H18-36
AIR
FILTER
FLOWRATOR
3 CIRCUIT-COND
AIR
FILTER DISPOSABLE
16x25x2 H18-36
FLOWRATOR
6 CIRCUIT-COND
AIR
FILTER DISPOSABLE
20x30x1 H48-60
EVAP
COIL
AIR FILTER DISPOSABLE 20x30x2 H48-60
EVAP COIL FILTER 5x30x.025 H18-60
ALUMINUM
EVAP COIL
FILTER
RACK H18-24
FLOWRATOR
CIRCUIT-EVAP
FILTER
RACK 4
H30-36
FLOWRATOR
CIRCUIT-EVAP
FILTER RACK 6
H48-60
FLOWRATOR
9 CIRCUIT-EVAP
HEATER
MOUNTING
PLATE H18-36
TXV VALVE
1.5-3 TONPLATE H48-60
HEATER
MOUNTING
TXV VALVE
4-5 HEAT
TON KIT 5KW 1 PHASE 230V
FIELD
INSTALL
FILTER DRIER
HEATER
5KW 1P 240V
FILTERINSTALL
DRIER HEAT KIT 10KW 1 PHASE 230V
FIELD
FAN SHROUD
HEATER
10KWH18-24
1P 240V
FAN SHROUD
FIELD
INSTALLH30-36
HEAT KIT 15KW 1 PHASE 230V
FAN SHROUD
H48-60
HEATER
5KW 1P
240V
MOTOR MOUNT
CONDENSER
FAN
HEATER
10KW 1P
240V
MOTOR
MOUNTHEAT
CONDENSER
FAN
FIELD
INSTALL
KIT 6KW 3
PHASE 230V
MOTOR CONDENSER
HEATER
6KW 3P 240V 230V 1/5 HP
MOTOR
CONDENSER
230V
1/2 HP
FIELD
INSTALL
HEAT KIT
11KW
3 PHASE 230V
MOTOR
HEATERCONDENSER
11KW 3P 240V460V 1/4 HP
MOTOR
CONDENSER
460V
1/2 HP
FIELD INSTALL
HEAT KIT
18KW
3 PHASE 230V
FAN
BLADE
20" 3P
V18-36
HEATER
18KW
240V
FAN
BLADE
22" HEAT
V48-60KIT 6KW 3 PHASE 460V
FIELD
INSTALL
ASSEMBLY
LEFT
SIDE PANEL H18-36
HEATER 6KW
3P 460V
ASSEMBLY
LEFT
SIDEKIT
PANEL
FIELD INSTALL
HEAT
11KWH48-60
3 PHASE 460V
ASSEMBLY
REAR
HEATER 11KW
3P PANEL
460V H18-24
ASSEMBLY
REAR
PANEL
H30-363 PHASE 460V
FIELD INSTALL
HEAT
KIT 15KW
ASSEMBLY
REAR
HEATER 15KW
3P PANEL
460V H48-60
ASSEMBLY
DIVIDER DECK
H18-24
HEATER EXTENSION
PLATE
H24-36
ASSEMBLY
DIVIDER DECK
H30-36
HEATER EXTENSION
PLATE
H48-60
ASSEMBLY
DIVIDER
DECK
H48-60
SWITCH LIMIT
245F One
Shot
ASSEMBLY
BLOWER
SWITCH
LIMIT
160-30FPAN
240H18-24
W/Fuse
ASSEMBLY
BLOWER
PAN H30-36
BOX
CONTROL
V18-24
ASSEMBLY
BLOWER
PAN H48-60
BOX
CONTROL
V30-36
ASSEMBLY
DRAIN
PAN H18-24
BOX CONTROL
V48-60
ASSEMBLY
DRAIN
PAN H30-36
COMPRESSOR
ACCESS
DOOR H18-24
ASSEMBLY
DRAIN
PAN H48-60
COMPRESSOR
ACCESS
DOOR H30-36
BASE
PAN ASSEMBLY
H24
COMPRESSOR
ACCESS
DOOR H48-60
BASE
PANCUT
ASSEMBLY
H30-36
BLOWER
OFF SHIELD
H18-24
BASE
PANCUT
ASSEMBLY
H48-60
BLOWER
OFF SHIELD
H30-36
REVERSING
VALVE
ASSEMBLED
BLOWER CUT
OFF SHIELD
H48 WITH COIL
HIGH
PRESSURE
SWITCH
BLOWER
CUT OFF
SHIELD H60
DEFROST
STAT
PLATE TOPTERMINATION
INSUL PROTECT
H/V30-36
BLOWER MNTG TRAY H18-24
BLOWER
MNTG TRAY
H30-361P 25 AMP
COMP
CONTACTOR
1 POLE
BLOWER
MNTG TRAY
H48 1P 40 AMP
COMP
CONTACTOR
2 POLE
BLOWER
MNTG TRAY
H60 3P 25 AMP
COMP
CONTACTOR
3 POLE
ASSEMBLY
RIGHT SIDE H18-36
PHASE
MONITOR
ASSEMBLY
RIGHT SIDE
H48-60
COMP
CAPACITOR
10/80@370
GRILL INLET
RIGHT 7.5/40@370
SIDE H48-60
COMP
CAPACITOR
GRILL INLET
LEFT SIDE
H48-60
COMP
CAPACITOR
7.5/45@370
BLOWER
9-7R DD 18,
24, & 48 CW RIGHT
COMP
CAPACITOR
10/70@370
BLOWER
10-7R DD 10@370
60 CW RIGHT
BLWR
CAPACITOR
BLOWER
10-10 DD 30
& 36
BLWR
CAPACITOR
7.5@370
BLOWER
9-7L DD 487.5@440
CCW LEFT
BLWR CAPACITOR
BLOWER
DD 60 CCW LEFT
TERMINAL10-7L
BLOCK
MOTOR BLOWER208/240V
1/6 HP 230V
TRANSFORMER
50VA 24V
MOTOR BLOWER480V
1/3 HP
230V
TRANSFORMER
50VA
24V
MOTOR
BLOWER 1/2 HP double shaft 230V
FAN
RELAY
MOTOR
BLOWER 3/4 HP double shaft 230V
FAN
RELAY
MOTOR BLOWER
HP 460V
CIRCUIT
BREAKER1/3
2 POLE
1P 60 AMP 240V
MOTOR BLOWER
HP double
CIRCUIT
BREAKER1/2
3 POLE
3P 60shaft
AMP460V
MOTOR
BLOWER
3/4
HP
double
shaft 460V
DISCONNECT KIT 460V
MOTOR MOUNT
INDOOR
DISCONNECT
KNOB
460VASSY H18-24
MOTOR MOUNT
LOCKOUT
RELAYINDOOR ASSY H30-36
MOTOR MOUNT
INDOOR
ASSY H48-60
DEFROST
CONTROL
BOARD
TOP H18-24
LOW
VOLTAGE TERMINAL BOARD
TOP H30-36
JUMPER
BAR ASSEMBLY
TOP H48-60
OPTION
BOARD
TOP
FRONT
PANEL
H18-24
LOW PRESSURE
SWITCH
TOP CYCLE
FRONT SWITCH
PANEL H30-36
FAN
*Part Numbers are Subject to Change
H424B1 H430B1 H430B3 H436B1 H436B3 H436B4 H448B1
H448B3
H448B4
H460B1
H460B3
H460B4
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9
H Series Heat Pumps Electrical Data
SINGLE-FIELD CIRCUIT
VOLT/
PHASE
MIN. CIRCUIT
AMPACITY
[2] MAX. OVER
CURRENT
PROTECTION
[3, 4, 5]
FIELD POWER
WIRE SIZE
GROUND
WIRE
SIZE
H424B00A1
5
10
208-230/1
1
1
1 OR 2
18
44
70
30
60
90
14
8
4
14
10
8
H424B00A3
6
11
208-230/3
1
1
1
15
33
48
30
60
60
14
10
8
14
10
10
1
1
1 OR 2
1 OR 2
24
50
76
76
30
60
90
90
12
8
4
4
12
10
8
8
1
1
1
16
34
49
30
60
60
14
10
8
14
10
10
1
1
1 OR 2
1 OR 2
26
52
78
78
30
60
90
90
10
6
4
4
208-230/3
1
1
1
1 OR 2
20
38
53
65
30
60
60
90
460/3
1
1
1
1
9
18
26
32
1
1
1 OR 2
1 OR 2
1 OR 2
H430B00A1
5
10
15
H430B00A3
6
11
H436B00A1
5
10
15
H436B00A3
6
11
15
H436B00A4
6
11
15
H448B00A1
5
10
15
20
208-230/1
(6)
208-230/3
208-230/1
(6)
208-230/1
(6)
(6)
MIN.
CIRCUIT
AMPACITY
MAX. OVER
CURRENT
PROTECTION
[2]
FIELD
POWER
WIRE SIZE
[3, 4, 5]
GROUND
WIRE SIZE
CKT1
CKT2
CKT1
CKT2
CKT1
CKT2
CKT1
CKT2
18
52
30
60
14
6
14
10
24
24
52
52
30
30
60
60
12
12
6
6
12
12
10
10
10
10
8
8
26
26
52
52
30
30
60
60
10
10
6
6
10
10
10
10
12
8
6
4
12
10
10
8
20
33
30
60
12
10
12
10
15
30
30
60
14
14
10
10
14
14
10
10
32
58
84
84
85
60
60
90
90
90
10
6
4
4
4
10
10
8
8
8
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32
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52
52
52
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60
60
60
60
60
10
10
6
6
6
6
10
10
10
10
10
10
24
24
45
54
30
30
60
60
12
12
8
6
12
12
10
10
H448B00A3
6
11
15
18
208-230/3
1
1
1
1 OR 2
1 OR 2
24
42
57
69
78
30
60
60
90
90
12
8
6
4
4
12
10
10
8
8
H448B00A4
6
11
15
460/3
1
1
1
1
11
20
28
34
15
30
30
60
14
12
10
10
14
12
10
10
2
2
2
2
41
67
93
93
107
60
90
100
100
150
8
4
3
3
2
10
8
8
8
6
41
41
41
57
26
52
52
52
60
60
60
60
30
60
60
60
8
8
8
6
10
6
6
6
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
29
29
29
33
45
54
30
30
30
60
60
60
10
10
10
10
8
6
10
10
10
10
10
10
H460B00B1
5
10
15
20
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
DUAL-FIELD CIRCUIT
NO. OF
FIELD
POWER
CKTS.
Model No. &
Electric Heater
Kw [1]
208-230/1
(6)
(6)
1
1
1
1
1
OR
OR
OR
OR
H460B00B3
6
11
15
18
208-230/3
1
1
1 OR 2
1 OR 2
1 OR 2
29
47
63
75
84
30
60
90
90
90
10
8
6
4
4
10
10
8
8
8
H460B00B4
6
11
15
460/3
1
1
1
1
15
24
31
37
15
30
60
60
14
12
10
8
14
12
10
10
Heater data were based on 240V or 480V AC respectively.
Maximum recommended size for “Time Delay” fuse or HACR circuit breaker.
Power supply wire size and ground wire sizez were based on AWG 75C rise, NEC Article 310 and Table 310-16.
For single power conductor, sized per NEC Table 310-16.
Power supply wire minimum 75°C rated COPPER CONDUCTOR ONLY.
Max 10kW Heat with heat pump operation. Full electric heat available in emergency heat mode.
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11
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12
H pg 12.indd 1
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13
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MODEL
C
D
UNIT DIMENSIONS
– LNOTES
– P
J
K
M
N
A
B
E
F
G
H
I
S
T
U
24
36
34
18 5/8 281/16
12
201/2
8
17/8
20
289/16 11/8
711/2
21/2
101/2 181/2 261/2 347/8
11/8
16
32
30/36
40
38
18 5/8 281/2
14
18
8
17/8
28
289/16 11/8
711/2
21/2
101/2 181/2 261/2
39
11/4
181/4 363/8
2
48/60
431/8
41
16
30
10
21/4
30
361/2
87
21/2
101/2 181/2 261/2
42
11/8
193/4 391/2
61/2
24
271/2
A - FLANGE WIDTH
R
C
K
B - UNIT WIDTH
11/8
Q
V
W
Y
Z
2 9/16 291/2 27 1/8 315/8
33/4
291/2 271/8 331/2
R
U
T
S
X
115/16 2 9/16 291/2 271/8 275/8
H
V
1"
SERVICE
DOOR
SUPPLY AIR
OPENING
111/4"
G
I
FILTER
ACCESS
DOOR
F
111/4"
111/4"
RETURN AIR
OPENING
L
DISCONNECT
OPENING
E
111/4"
I
FILTER GRILL IS 1/2"
LARGER THAN “I” & “E”
X
111/4"
301/2"
J
275/8"
311/2"
FAN
ACCESS PANEL
NOTE: Compressor access door and fan access panel
are reversed on H48 and H60 models.
13/8"
31/2"
73/8"
ALL MOUNTING
HOLES Ø 3/8"
111/4"
15/8"
17/8"
COMPRESSOR
ACCESS DOOR
D
Y
W
103/4"
Z
J - FLANGE MOUNTING BRACKET
21/4"
M
N
5/8"
P
Q
RATED INDOOR AIR FLOW RATE
SIZE
CFM
18
670
24
800
30
1250
14
36
1250
48
1800
60
2100
14
15
The information in this manual supersedes and replaces the previous instruction/operation manual 678629-V
V Series
H with regards to H
wallmount products. Illustrations, part numbers and others cover the general appearance of the units at the time of publication and the
manufacturer reserves the right to make changes in design and construction at any time without notice.
For replacement parts contact:
National Coil Company
1998 FM 2011
Longview, TX 75603
Phone: 903-643-2261
Fax: 903-643-2222
678629-V-B
678629-H-C
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