York | ZJ180 | Specifications | York ZJ180 Specifications

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R-410A
ZJ SERIES
15 - 25 Ton
60 Hertz
TABLE OF CONTENTS
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Limitations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Location. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Rigging And Handling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Ductwork . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Condensate Drain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Compressors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Power And Control Wiring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Optional Electric Heat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Optional Gas Heat. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Options/Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Economizer And Power Exhaust Set Point Adjustments . 24
Air Balance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cooling Sequence Of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
No Outdoor Air Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cooling Operation Errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electric Heating Sequence Of Operations . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electric Heat Operation Errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Gas Heating Sequence Of Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Gas Heating Operation Errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Start-Up (Cooling) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Start-Up (Gas Heat) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking Gas Heat Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Charging The Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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LIST OF TABLES
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ZJ180-300 Unit Limitations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Weights and Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
ZJ180-300 Unit Accessory Weights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Utilities Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
ZJ180-300 Unit Clearances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Control Wire Sizes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Electrical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
ZJ180-300 Physical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Electric Heat Minimum Supply Air . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Gas Application Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Gas Pipe Sizing - CapacIty of Pipe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Gas Heat Minimum Supply Air . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
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ZJ180-300 Component Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Unit 4 Point Load Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Unit 6 Point Load Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Center of Gravity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
ZJ180-300 Unit Dimensions Front View . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
ZJ180-300 Unit Dimensions Rear View . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
ZJ180-300 Unit Dimensions Rain Hood . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
ZJ180-300 Roof Curb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Fixed Outdoor Air Damper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Condensate Drain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Field Wiring Disconnect - Cooling Unit With/Without
Electric Heat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Field Wiring 24 Volt Thermostat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
External Supply Connection External Shut-Off . . . . . . . 22
Bottom Supply Connection External Shut-Off . . . . . . . . 22
Vent and Combustion Air Hood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
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Altitude/Temperature Correction Factors . . . . . . . . . . . .
ZJ Cooling Only Bottom Duct Blower Performance . . . .
ZJ Gas Heat Bottom Duct Blower Performance . . . . . . .
Indoor Blower Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Exhaust Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Additional Static Resistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Limit Control Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electric Heat Anticipator Setpoint . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Gas Heat Limit Control Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Gas Heat Anticipator Setpoints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Gas Rate Cubic Feet Per Hour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Unit Control Board Flash Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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LIST OF FIGURES
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Enthalpy Set Point Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Honeywell Economizer Control W7212 . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Belt Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Altitude/Temperature Correction Factors . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pressure Drop Across A Dry Indoor Coil Vs. Supply Air
CFM For All Unit Tonnages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Gas Valve Piping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Gas Valve and Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Proper Pilot Flame Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Typical Flame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Typical Gas Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ZJ180 (15 Ton) Charging Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ZJ210 (17.5 Ton) Charging Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ZJ240 (20 Ton) Charging Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ZJ300 (25 Ton) Charging Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Unit Control Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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General
YORK® Model ZJ units are either single package air conditions
equipped with optional factory installed electric heaters, or single
package gas-fired central heating furnaces with cooling unit.
Both are designed for outdoor installation on a rooftop or slab.
The units are completely assembled on rigid, permanently
attached base rails. All piping, refrigerant charge, and electrical
wiring is factory installed and tested. The units require electric
power, gas connection, duct connections, installation of
combustion air inlet hood, flue gas outlet hoods and fixed
outdoor air intake damper (units without economizer or
motorized damper option only) at the point of installation.
The supplemental electric heaters have nickel-chrome
elements and utilize single point power connection.
These gas-fired heaters have aluminized-steel or optional
stainless steel, tubular heat exchangers with spark ignition with
proven pilot. All gas heaters are shipped from the factory equipped
for natural gas use, but can be field converted to L.P./Propane with
Kit Model # 1NP0418. See Gas Heat Application Data Table.
Before performing service or maintenance operations on
unit, turn off main power switch to unit. Electrical shock
could cause personal injury. Improper installation,
adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can
cause injury or property damage. Refer to this manual.
For assistance or additional information consult a
qualified installer, service agency or the gas supplier.
This system uses R-410A Refrigerant which operates at
higher pressures than R-22. No other refrigerant may be
used in this system. Gage sets, hoses, refrigerant
containers and recovery systems must be designed to
handle R-410A. If you are unsure, consult the equipment
manufacturer. Failure to use R-410A compatible servicing
equipment may result in property damage or injury.
Safety Considerations
This is a safety alert symbol. When you see this symbol on
labels or in manuals, be alert to the potential for personal injury.
Understand and pay particular attention the signal words
DANGER, WARNING or CAUTION.
DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation, which,
if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which,
if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if
not avoided may result in minor or moderate injury. It is also
used to alert against unsafe practices and hazards involving
only property damage.
If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a
fire or explosion may result causing property damage,
personal injury or loss of life.
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors
and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:
a. Do not try to light any appliance.
b. Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use any
phone in your building.
c. Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor’s
phone. Follow the gas supplier’s instructions.
d. If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire
department.
Improper installation may create a condition where the
operation of the product could cause personal injury or
property damage. Improper installation, adjustment,
alteration, service or maintenance can cause injury or
property damage. Refer to this manual for assistance or
for additional information, consult a qualified contractor,
installer or service agency.
This product must be installed in strict compliance with
the installation instructions and any applicable local,
state and national codes including, but not limited to
building, electrical, and mechanical codes.
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Installation and service must be performed by a qualified
installer, service agency or the gas supplier.
Due to system pressure, moving parts, and electrical
components, installation and servicing of air conditioning
equipment can be hazardous. Only qualified, trained service
personnel should install, repair, or service this equipment.
Untrained personnel can perform basic maintenance functions
of cleaning coils and filters and replacing filters.
Observe all precautions in the literature, labels, and tags
accompanying the equipment whenever working on air
conditioning equipment. Be sure to follow all other applicable
safety precautions and codes including ANSI Z223.1 or CSAB149.1- latest edition.
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Wear safety glasses and work gloves. Use quenching cloth and
have a fire extinguisher available during brazing operations.
Inspection
As soon as a unit is received, it should be inspected for possible
damage during transit. If damage is evident, the extent of the
damage should be noted on the carrier’s freight bill. A separate
request for inspection by the carrier’s agent should be made in
writing.
Renewal Parts
Contact your local York® parts distribution center for authorized
replacement parts.
Approvals
Design certified by CSA as follows:
1.
For use as a cooling only unit, cooling unit with
supplemental electric heat or a forced air furnace.
2.
For outdoor installation only.
3.
For installation on combustible material.
4.
For use with natural gas (convertible to LP with kit).
This product must be installed in strict compliance with
the enclosed installation instructions and any applicable
local, state and national codes including, but not limited
to, building, electrical, and mechanical codes.
The furnace and its individual shut-off valve must be
disconnected from the gas supply piping system during
any pressure testing at pressures in excess of 1/2 PSIG.
Pressures greater than 1/2 PSIG will cause gas valve
damage resulting in a hazardous condition. If it is
subjected to a pressure greater than 1/2 PSIG, the gas
valve must be replaced.
The furnace must be isolated from the gas supply piping
system by closing its individual manual shut-off valve
during any pressure testing of the gas supply piping
system at test pressures equal to or less than 1/2 PSIG
This product must be installed in strict compliance with
the enclosed installation instructions and any applicable
local, state, and national codes including, but not limited
to, building, electrical, and mechanical codes.
Improper installation may create a condition where the
operation of the product could cause personal injury or
property damage.
Reference
Additional information is available in the following reference
forms:
• Technical Guide - ZJ180-300, 251934-YTG-A-0406
• General Installation - ZJ180-300, 173463-YIM-A-0406
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This system uses R-410A Refrigerant which operates at
higher pressures than R-22. No other refrigerant may be
used in this system.
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Nomenclature
15-25 Ton Sunline Magnum™ Model Number Nomenclature
Z J 180 N24 A 2 A AA 1 0 1 2 4 A
Product Category
Product Style
Z = A/C, Single Pkg., R-410A
A = Style A
Product Identifier
Configuration Options (not required for all units)
These four digits will not be assigned until a quote is requested, or an order placed.
J = 11.0+ EER A/C
SS Drain Pan
CPC Controller, DFS, APS
Johnson Controller, DFS, APS
Nominal Cooling Capacity
Honeywell Controller, DFS, APS
180 = 15 Ton
210 = 17.5 Ton
240 = 20 Ton
300 = 25 Ton
Novar Controller, DFS, APS
Simplicity IntelliComfort Controller
Simplicity IntelliComfort Controller w/ModLinc
2" Pleated filters
4" Pleated filters
Heat Type and Nominal Heat Capacity
BAS Ready Unit with Belimo Economizer
C00 = Cooling Only. No field installed
electric heat
Double Wall Construction
Heat Reclaim Coil Options (2 or 3 Row, 1-5/8" or 2-1/8" Stub Out) (WJ and WR models only)
Any Combination of Additional Options that Don’t Have an Option Code Pre-assigned
Gas Heat Options
Product Generation
N24 = 240 MBH Output Aluminized Steel
N32 = 320 MBH Output Aluminized Steel
S24 = 240 MBH Output Stainless Steel
S32 = 320 MBH Output Stainless Steel
1 = First Generation
Additional Options
Electric Heat Options
E18 = 18 KW
E36 = 36 KW
E54 = 54 KW
E72 = 72 KW
Airflow
A = Std. Drive
B = Std. Drive/Single Input Econo.
C = Std. Drive/Single Input Econo./Power Exhaust
(Downflow Only)
D = Std. Drive/Motorized Damper
N = Hi Static Drive
P = Hi Static Drive/Single Input Econo.
Q = Hi Static Drive/Single Input Econo./Power Exhaust
(Downflow Only)
R = Hi Static Drive/Motorized Damper
Standard Cabinet
Hinged Filter Door & Toolless Access Cabinet
AA = None
AB = Phase Monitor
AC = Coil Guard
AD = Dirty Filter Switch
AE = Phase Monitor & Coil Guard
AF = Phase Monitor & Dirty Filter Switch
AG = Coil Guard & Dirty Filter Switch
AH = Phase Monitor, Coil Guard & Dirty Filter Switch
RC = Coil Guard & American Flag
TA = Technicoat Condenser Coil
TJ = Technicoat Evaporator Coil
TS = Technicoat Evaporator & Condenser Coils
BA = Hinged Filter Door & Toolless Access Panels
BB = Phase Monitor, Hinged Filter Door & Toolless
Access Panels
BC = Coil Guard, Hinged Filter Door & Toolless
Access Panels
BD = Dirty Filter Switch, Hinged Filter Door &
Toolless Access Panels
BE = Phase Monitor & Coil Guard, Hinged Filter
Door & Toolless Access Panels
BF = Phase Monitor & Dirty Filter Switch, Hinged
Filter Door & Toolless Access Panels
BG = Coil Guard & Dirty Filter Switch, Hinged Filter
Door & Toolless Access Panels
BH = Phase Monitor, Coil Guard & Dirty Filter Switch,
Hinged Filter Door & Toolless Access Panels
ZZ = If desired option combination is not listed above, ZZ will be assigned and configuration options will be
located in digits 15-18.
Voltage
2 = 208/230-3-60
4 = 460-3-60
5 = 575-3-60
Installation Options
A = No Options Installed
B = Option 1
C = Option 2
D = Options 1 & 2
E = Option 3
F = Option 4
G = Options 1 & 3
H = Options 1 & 4
J = Options 1, 2 & 3
K = Options 1, 2, & 4
L = Options 1,3 & 4
M = Options 1, 2, 3, & 4
N = Options 2 & 3
P = Options 2 & 4
Q = Options 2, 3, & 4
R = Options 3 & 4
S = Option 5
T = Options 1 & 5
U = Options 1, 3, & 5
V = Options 1, 4, & 5
W = Options 1, 3, 4, & 5
X = Options 3 & 5
Y = Options 4 & 5
Z = Options 3, 4 & 5
Options
1 = Disconnect
2 = Non-Pwr'd Conv. Outlet
3 = Smoke Detector S.A.
4 = Smoke Detector R.A.
5 = Pwr'd Conv. Outlet
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Installation
Installation Safety Information
Read these instructions before continuing this appliance
installation. This is an outdoor combination heating and cooling
unit. The installer must assure that these instructions are made
available to the consumer and with instructions to retain them
for future reference.
1.
Refer to the unit rating plate for the approved type of gas
for this product.
2.
Install this unit only in a location and position as specified
on Page 7 of these instructions.
3.
4.
5.
Limitations
These units must be installed in accordance with the following:
In U.S.A.:
1.
National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70 - Latest
Edition
2.
National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1 - Latest Edition
3.
Gas-Fired Central Furnace Standard, ANSI Z21.47a. Latest Edition
4.
Local building codes, and
5.
Local gas utility requirements
Never test for gas leaks with an open flame. Use
commercially available soap solution made specifically for
the detection of leaks when checking all connections, as
specified on Pages 5, 23 and 47 of these instructions.
In Canada:
Always install furnace to operate within the furnace's
intended temperature-rise range with the duct system
and within the allowable external static pressure range,
as specified on the unit name/rating plate, specified on
Page 22 of these instructions.
This equipment is not to be used for temporary heating of
buildings or structures under construction.
1.
Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.1
2.
Installation Codes, CSA - B149.1.
3.
Local plumbing and waste water codes, and
4.
Other applicable local codes.
Refer to unit application data found in this document.
After installation, gas fired units must be adjusted to obtain a
temperature rise within the range specified on the unit rating
plate.
If components are to be added to a unit to meet local codes,
they are to be installed at the dealer’s and/or customer’s
expense.
FIRE OR EXPLOSION HAZARD
Failure to follow the safety warning exactly could result
in serious injury, death or property damage.
Never test for gas leaks with an open flame. use a
commercially available soap solution made specifically
for the detection of leaks to check all connections. A fire
or explosion may result causing property damage,
personal injury or loss of life.
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Size of unit for proposed installation should be based on heat
loss/heat gain calculation made according to the methods of Air
Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA).
This furnace is not to be used for temporary heating of buildings
or structures under construction.
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Simplicity® Control Board
Slide In/ Plug In
Internal Economizer
(Optional)
110 Volt Convenience
Outlet (“Powered” or
“Non-Powered” Optional)
2” Disposable Filters
(4” Filters Optional)
Disconnect Location
(Optional Disconnect Switch)
Bottom Power and
Control Wiring Entry
Power Ventor Motor
Electric Heater Location
(Optional Electric/Electric Units)
Belt Drive
Blower Motor
Copper Tube/
Aluminum Fin Thermal
1” NPT
Evaporator Expansion
Valve
Condensate Drain
Coils
Filter Drier
(Solid Core)
14 Gauge
Base Rails
with Lifting Holes
Copper Tube/Aluminum Fin
Condenser Coils
4-High Efficiency Scroll Compressors
Figure 1: ZJ180-300 Component Location
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Table 1:
ZJ180-300 Unit Limitations
Unit Limitations
Size
(Tons)
180
(15)
210
(17.5)
240
(20)
300
(25)
Unit Voltage
Applied Voltage
Outdoor DB Temp
Min
Max
Max (°F)
208/230-3-60
187
252
125
460-3-60
432
504
125
575-3-60
540
630
125
208/230-3-60
187
252
125
460-3-60
432
504
125
575-3-60
540
630
125
208/230-3-60
187
252
125
460-3-60
432
504
125
575-3-60
540
630
125
208/230-3-60
187
252
125
460-3-60
432
504
125
575-3-60
540
630
125
Location
Clearances
Use the following guidelines to select a suitable location for
these units:
All units require particular clearances for proper operation and
service. Installer must make provisions for adequate
combustion and ventilation air in accordance with section 5.3 of
Air for Combustion and Ventilation of the National Fuel Gas
Code, ANSI Z223.1 – Latest Edition (in U.S.A.), or Sections 7.2,
7.3, or 7.4 of Gas Installation Codes, CSA-B149.1 (in Canada) Latest Edition, and/or applicable provisions of the local building
codes. Refer to Table 5 for clearances required for combustible
construction, servicing, and proper unit operation.
1.
Unit is designed for outdoor installation only.
2.
Condenser coils must have an unlimited supply of air.
Where a choice of location is possible, position the unit on
either north or east side of building.
3.
Suitable for mounting on roof curb.
4.
For ground level installation, use a level concrete slab with
a minimum thickness of 4 inches. The length and width
should be at least 6 inches greater than the unit base rails.
Do not tie slab to the building foundation.
5.
Roof structures must be able to support the weight of the
unit and its options/accessories. Unit must be installed on a
solid, level roof curb or appropriate angle iron frame.
6.
Maintain level tolerance to 1/2” across the entire width and
length of unit.
Excessive exposure of this furnace to contaminated
combustion air may result in equipment damage or
personal injury. Typical contaminates include:
permanent wave solution, chlorinated waxes and
cleaners, chlorine based swimming pool chemicals,
water softening chemicals, carbon tetrachloride,
Halogen type refrigerants, cleaning solvents (e.g.
perchloroethylene), printing inks, paint removers,
varnishes, hydrochloric acid, cements and glues,
antistatic fabric softeners for clothes dryers, masonry
acid washing materials.
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Do not permit overhanging structures or shrubs to
obstruct condenser air discharge outlet, combustion air
inlet or vent outlets.
Rigging And Handling
Exercise care when moving the unit. Do not remove any
packaging until the unit is near the place of installation. Rig the
unit by attaching chain or cable slings to the lifting holes
provided in the base rails. Spreader bars, whose length
exceeds the largest dimension across the unit, MUST be used
across the top of the unit.
If a unit is to be installed on a roof curb other than a
York® roof curb, gasketing must be applied to all
surfaces that come in contact with the unit underside.
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Before lifting, make sure the unit weight is distributed
equally on the rigging cables so it will lift evenly.
Units may be moved or lifted with a forklift. Slotted openings in
the base rails are provided for this purpose.
C
LENGTH OF FORKS MUST BE A MINIMUM OF 90 INCHES.
B
E
D
A
All panels must be secured in place when the unit is
lifted.
F
The condenser coils should be protected from rigging
cable damage with plywood or other suitable material.
Figure 3: Unit 6 Point Load Weight
Y
X
FRONT
LEFT
Figure 4: Center of Gravity
B
C
A
D
Figure 2: Unit 4 Point Load Weight
Table 2:
Weights and Dimensions
Weight (lbs.)
Center of Gravity
Size
(Tons) Shipping Operating
X
Y
180
2614
2609
85.25
44
(15)
210
2670
2665
85.25
44
(17.5)
240
2702
2697
85.05
44
(20)
300
2788
2783
85.25
44
(25)
8
4 Point Load Location (lbs.)
A
B
C
D
A
6 Point Load Location (lbs.)
B
C
D
E
F
467
781
852
510
287
392
568
620
428
313
477
797
870
520
293
401
580
633
437
320
485
805
878
529
298
406
585
638
443
326
498
833
908
544
306
419
606
661
457
334
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Table 3:
ZJ180-300 Unit Accessory Weights
Weight (lbs.)
Unit Accessory
Shipping
165
250
40
240
260
150
50
60
95
220
190
Economizer
Power Exhaust
Electric Heat1
Gas Heat2
Double Wall
Motorized Damper
Barometric Damper
Econ./Motorized Damper Rain Hood
Econ./Power Exhaust Rain Hood
Wood Skid
Roof Curb
Operating
160
245
40
240
260
150
45
55
90
220
185
1. Weight given is for the maximum heater size available (54KW).
2. Weight given is for the maximum number of tube heat exchangers available (8 tube).
ECONOMIZER / MOTORIZED DAMPER
FIXED OUTDOOR INTAKE AIR AND
POWER EXHAUST RAIN HOODS
(See detail Y)
BLOWER
MOTOR
ACCESS
BLOWER
COMPARTMENT
ACCESS
(Auxiliary)
BLOWER
ACCESS
COMPRESSOR ACCESS
180-19/32
DOT PLUG
(For pressure
drop reading)
52-5/8
GAS OR ELECTRIC
HEAT
ACCESS
COIL
GUARD
KIT
VENT AIR
OUTLET
HOODS
COMBUSTION
AIR INLET HOOD
21.00
(C) GAS
SUPPLY
ENTRY
9-3/4
CONDENSER
COILS
7-1/8
136-1/4
(A) CONTROL WIRING
ENTRY
92
6-3/8
5
DISCONNECT
SWITCH
LOCATION
46-5/8
11-1/2
CONTROL BOX
ACCESS
5-7/8
(B) POWER
WIRING
ENTRY
35
BOTTOM SUPPLY
AND RETURN
AIR OPENINGS
(See Note)
35-1/4
33
2-3/4
UNIT BASE RAILS
Shown separately to illustrate
Bottom Duct openings. Power
and Gas Piping Connection
location.
RETURN
AIR
SUPPLY
AIR
All dimensions are in inches.
They aresubject to change without notice.
Certified dimensions will be provided
upon request.
3-3/4
21-1/2
(D)
GAS SUPPLY
ENTRY
NOTE:
For curb mounted units, refer to the curb hanger
dimensions of the curb for proper size of the
supply and return air duct connections.
(B) POWER WIRING
ENTRY
11-1/8
8-1/8
12-1/2
46-5/8
(A) CONTROL WIRING
ENTRY
9-1/4
9-3/4
Figure 5: ZJ180-300 Unit Dimensions Front View
Table 4:
Hole
A
B
C
D
Utilities Entry
Opening Size
Diameter
1-1/8” KO
3/4” NPS (Fem.)
3-5/8” KO
3” NPS (Fem.)
2-3/8” KO
1-11/16” Hole
Used For
Front
Bottom
Front
Power Wiring
Bottom
Gas Piping (Front)1
Gas Piping (Bottom)1,2
Control Wiring
1. One-inch Gas Piping NPT Required.
2. Opening in the bottom to the unit can be located by the slice in the
insulation.
Note: All entry holes should be sealed to prevent rain water entry
into building.
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Dot Plug
(for Pressure
Drop Reading)
Evaporator
Section
40-3/8”
Supply
Air
Outdoor
Air
Return
Air
18-5/8”
Supply Air
Access
40-1/2”
27-3/4”
Filter
Access
5-1/8”
Dimensions listed are for side duct
flange opening; see Field Accessories
for Side Duct Flange Kit.
39-5/8”
Return Air
Access
Outdoor Air
Compartment
Access
1” NPT Female
Cond. Drain
Connector
Figure 6: ZJ180-300 Unit Dimensions Rear View
NOTE: Units are shipped with the bottom duct openings
covered. An accessory flange kit is available for
connecting side ducts.
For bottom duct applications:
For side duct applications:
1.
Remove the side panels from the supply and return air
compartments to gain access to the bottom supply and
return air duct covers.
1.
Replace the side panels on the supply and return air
compartments with the accessory flange kit panels.
2.
Connect ductwork to the flanges on those panels.
2.
Remove and discard the bottom duct covers. Duct
openings are closed with sheet metal covers except when
the unit includes a power exhaust option. The covering
consists of a heavy black paper composition.
3.
Replace the side supply and return air compartment
panels.
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Supply Air
Compartment
Power Exhaust
Rain Hood
(on Return
Air Compartment)
Economizer Motorized
Damper Rain Hood
(on Outdoor
Air Compartment)
Economizer/Motorized Damper
and Power Exhaust Rain Hood
Fixed
Outdoor Air
Intake Hood
(Located on
Return Air
Compartment)
36-5/8”
1” Condensate
Drain (Must be
Trapped)
16-1/8”
5”
28-3/16”
92”
Rear View
LH View
Detail “Y”
Unit with Rain Hoods
Figure 7: ZJ180-300 Unit Dimensions Rain Hood
Table 5:
ZJ180-300 Unit Clearances
Direction
Top1
Front
Rear
Distance (in.)
72 With 36 Maximum
Horizontal Overhang (For
Condenser Air Discharge)
36
24 (W/O Economizer)
49 (W/Economizer)
Direction
Distance (in.)
Right
36
Bottom2
0
24 (W/O Economizer)
36 (W/Economizer)3
Left
1. Units must be installed outdoors. Over hanging structure or shrubs should not obscure condenser air discharge
outlet.
2. Units may be installed on combustable floors made from wood or class A, B or C roof covering materials.
3. If economizer is factory installed, the unassembled rain hood must be removed from its ride along position in front of
the evaporator coil, or in the outdoor air compartment, prior to final installation.
Note: ELEC/ELEC Models: Units and ductwork are approved for zero clearance to combustible material when
equipped with electric heaters.
GAS/ELEC Models: A 1" clearance must be provided between any combustible material and the supply air
ductwork for a distance of 3 feet from the unit.
The products of combustion must not be allowed to accumulate within a confined space and recirculate.
Locate unit so that the vent air outlet hood is at least:
• Three (3) feet above any force air inlet located within 10 horizontal feet (excluding those integral to the unit).
• Four (4) feet below, four horizontal feet from, or one foot above any door or gravity air inlet into the building.
• Four (4) feet from electric and gas meters, regulators and relief equipment.
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25-1/4"
Figure 8: ZJ180-300 Roof Curb
Ductwork
Ductwork should be designed and sized according to the
methods in Manual D of the Air Conditioning Contractors of
America (ACCA) or as recommended by any other recognized
authority such as ASHRAE or SMACNA.
A closed return duct system should be used. This will not
preclude use of economizers or outdoor fresh air intake. The
supply and return air duct connections at the unit should be
made with flexible joints to minimize noise.
The supply and return air duct systems should be designed for
the CFM and static pressure requirements of the job. They
should NOT be sized to match the dimensions of the duct
connections on the unit.
Refer to Figure 5 for bottom air duct openings. Refer to Figure 6
for side air duct openings.
NOTE: It is recommended that, in Canada, the outlet duct be
provided with a removable access panel. It is
recommended that this opening be accessible when
the unit is installed in service, and of a size such that
smoke or reflected light may be observed inside the
casing to indicate the presence of leaks in the heat
exchanger. The cover should be attached in a
manner adequate to prevent leakage.
Gasketing and mounting screws are provided in a parts bag
attached to the hood assembly. Apply gasketing to the three
flange surfaces on the hood prior to installing the hood. Extend
gasketing 1/4 inch beyond the top and bottom of the two side
flanges to insure adequate sealing.
Adjusting the damper to the desired air flow may be done
before mounting the hood into position or after installation by
removing the front hood panel or the screen on the bottom of
the hood. Damper baffle in position 1 will allow approximately
10% outdoor air flow, position 2 approximately 15% and, to
allow approximately 25%, remove the damper baffle.
On units with bottom return air application install the damper
assembly over the opening in the side return air access panel.
Remove and discard the opening cover and the covering over
the hood mounting holes (used for shipping) before installing.
Secure with the screws provided.
On units with side return air applications, install the damper
assembly on the return air ductwork as close to the unit as
possible. Cut an opening 16 inches high by 18 inches wide in the
ductwork to accommodate the damper. Using the holes in the
hood flanges as a template, drill 9/64 inch diameter (#26 drill)
holes into the ductwork and secure with the screws provided.
Fixed Outdoor Air Intake Damper
This damper is shipped inside the return air compartment. It is
completely assembled and ready for installation. A damper
baffle inside of the hood is adjustable to provide variable
amounts of outdoor air intake on units that are not provided with
an economizer or a motorized damper option. Refer to the
Fixed Outdoor Damper Figure 9.
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If outdoor air intake will not be required on units with
bottom return air applications, the damper assembly
should still be mounted on the side return air access
panel, per the instructions above, to insure moisture is
not drawn into the unit during operation. The covering
over the mounting holes only need be removed. Do not
remove the opening cover.
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The compressor also uses a polyolester (POE oil), Mobil 3MA
POE. This oil is extremely hygroscopic, meaning it absorbs water
readily. POE oil can absorb 15 times as much water as other oils
designed for HCFC and CFC refrigerants. Take all necessary
precautions to avoid exposure of the oil to the atmosphere.
Side Supply
Air Access
Panel
*
Damper
Baffle
Hood
Screen
Do not leave the system open to the atmosphere. Unit
damage could occur due to moisture being absorbed by
the POE oil in the system. This type of oil is highly
susceptible to moisture absorption
Side Return Air
Access Panel
Outdoor Air
Opening Cover
Rear View
1
2
* Gasketed
Flange
POE (polyolester) compressor lubricants are known to cause
long term damage to some synthetic roofing materials.
Figure 9: Fixed Outdoor Air Damper
Condensate Drain
Plumbing must conform to local codes. Use a sealing compound
on male pipe threads. Install a condensate drain line from the
one-inch NPT female connection on the unit to an open drain.
NOTE: The condensate drain operates in a negative pressure
in the cabinet. The condensate drain line MUST be
trapped to provide proper drainage. See Figure 10.
Base
Pan
Unit Condensate
Connection
Exposure, even if immediately cleaned up, may cause
embrittlement (leading to cracking) to occur in one year
or more. When performing any service that may risk
exposure of compressor oil to the roof, take precautions
to protect roofing.
Procedures which risk oil leakage include, but are not limited to,
compressor replacement, repairing refrigerant leaks, replacing
refrigerant components such as filter drier, pressure switch,
metering device or coil.
Units are shipped with compressor mountings which are
factory-adjusted and ready for operation.
3” Min.
2”
Base
Rails
Drain
Plug
Do not loosen compressor mounting bolts.
Figure 10: Condensate Drain
Filters
Compressors
Two-inch filters are supplied with each unit, but units can be
converted easily to four-inch filters. Filters must always be
installed ahead of the evaporator coil and must be kept clean or
replaced with same size and type. Dirty filters will reduce the
capacity of the unit and will result in frosted coils or safety
shutdown. Minimum filter area and required sizes are shown in
Physical Data Table 8.
The scroll compressor used in this product is specifically
designed to operate with R-410A Refrigerant and cannot be
interchanged.
This system uses R-410A Refrigerant which operates at
higher pressures than R-22. No other refrigerant may be
used in this system.
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Make sure that panel latches are properly positioned on
the unit to maintain an airtight seal.
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Power And Control Wiring
Field wiring to the unit, fuses, and disconnects must conform to
provisions of National Electrical Code (NEC), ANSI/NFPA No.
70 – Latest Edition (in U.S.A.), current Canadian Electrical
Code C221, and/or local ordinances. The unit must be
electrically grounded in accordance with NEC and CEC as
specified above and/or local codes.
Voltage tolerances which must be maintained at the
compressor terminals during starting and running conditions are
indicated on the unit Rating Plate and Table 1.
The internal wiring harnesses furnished with this unit are an
integral part of the design certified unit. Field alteration to
comply with electrical codes should not be required. If any of
the wire supplied with the unit must be replaced, replacement
wire must be of the type shown on the wiring diagram and the
same minimum gauge as the replaced wire.
A disconnect must be utilized for these units. Factory installed
disconnects are available. If installing a disconnect (field
supplied or York International® supplied accessory), refer to
Figure 1 for the recommended mounting location.
NOTE: Since not all local codes allow the mounting of a
disconnect on the unit, please confirm compliance with
local code before mounting a disconnect on the unit.
Electrical line must be sized properly to carry the load. USE
COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY. Each unit must be wired with
a separate branch circuit fed directly from the meter panel and
properly fused.
Refer to Figures 11 and 12 for typical field wiring and to the
appropriate unit wiring diagram mounted inside control doors
for control circuit and power wiring information.
When connecting electrical power and control wiring to
the unit, water-proof connectors must be used so that
water or moisture cannot be drawn into the unit during
normal operation. The above water-proofing conditions
will also apply when installing a field supplied disconnect
switch.
Power Wiring Detail
Avoid damage to internal components if drilling holes for
disconnect mounting.
Units are factory wired for the voltage shown on the unit
nameplate. Refer to Electrical Data Table 7 to size power
wiring, fuses, and disconnect switch.
Power wiring is brought into the unit through the side of the unit
or the basepan inside the curb.
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Thermostat Wiring
The thermostat should be located on an inside wall approximately
56 inch above the floor where it will not be subject to drafts, sun
exposure or heat from electrical fixtures or appliances. Follow the
manufacturer's instructions enclosed with thermostat for general
installation procedure. Seven (7) color-coded, insulated wires
should be used to connect the thermostat to the unit. Refer to
Table 6 for control wire sizing and maximum length.
Table 6:
Control Wire Sizes
Maximum Length1
150 Feet
Wire Size
18 AWG
1. From the unit to the thermostat and back to the unit.
CONTROL
TERMINAL
BLOCK
THERMOSTAT
TERMINALS
W1
W1
W2
W2
Y1
1
G
Y1
OCC
Y2
P
Y3
P1
Y4
Y2
X
G
Smoke
Detector
R
R
SD
C
C
R
Jumper
2
SD
EXPANSION
BOARD
TERMINAL
BLOCK
3
RC
4
OCC
X
SD
C
24 VAC
Class 2
Y3
5
Y4
TERMINALS ON
A LIMITED
NUMBER OF
THERMOSTATS
1
Second stage heating not required on single stage heating units.
2
Jumper is required if there is no Smoke Detector circuit.
3
Jumper is required for any combination of R, RC, or RH.
4
OCC is an output from the thermostat to indicate the Occupied condition.
5
X is an input to the thermostat to display Error Status conditions.
Figure 12: Field Wiring 24 Volt Thermostat
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Table 7: Electrical Data
ZJ180-300 - Without Powered Convenience Outlet
Size
(Tons)
Volt
Compressors
(each)
RLA LRA
MCC
OD Fan
Motors
(each)
FLA
Supply
Blower
Motor
FLA
Pwr
Conv
Motor
FLA
208-3-60 14.7
115
23.0
2.1
15.4
0.0
230-3-60 14.7
115
23.0
2.1
14.4
0.0
460-3-60 7.7
50
12.0
1.1
7.2
0.0
575-3-60 6.4
40
10.0
0.9
5.9
0.0
208-3-60 16.7
120
26.0
2.1
20.0
0.0
230-3-60 16.7
120
26.0
2.1
20.0
0.0
460-3-60 8.7
60
13.5
1.1
10.0
0.0
575-3-60 6.7
42
10.5
0.9
8.2
0.0
208-3-60 17.9
120
28.0
3.7
20.0
0.0
230-3-60 17.9
120
28.0
3.7
20.0
0.0
460-3-60 9.6
70
15.0
1.9
10.0
0.0
575-3-60 7.4
53
11.5
1.5
8.2
0.0
180
(15)
210
(17.5)
240
(20)
16
MCA1
(Amps)
Electric Heat Option
Model
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
kW
13.5
27
40.6
54.1
18.0
36.0
54.0
72.0
18.0
36.0
54.0
72.0
18.0
36.0
54.0
72.0
13.5
27
40.6
54.1
18.0
36.0
54.0
72.0
18.0
36.0
54.0
72.0
18.0
36.0
54.0
72.0
13.5
27
40.6
54.1
18.0
36.0
54.0
72.0
18.0
36.0
54.0
72.0
18.0
36.0
54.0
72.0
Stages
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
Amps
37.5
74.9
112.7
150.2
43.3
86.6
129.9
173.2
21.7
43.3
65.0
86.6
17.3
34.6
52.0
69.3
37.5
74.9
112.7
150.2
43.3
86.6
129.9
173.2
21.7
43.3
65.0
86.6
17.3
34.6
52.0
69.3
37.5
74.9
112.7
150.2
43.3
86.6
129.9
173.2
21.7
43.3
65.0
86.6
17.3
34.6
52.0
69.3
86.5
86.5
112.9
160.1
169.4
85.3
85.3
126.3
147.9
191.2
44.3
44.3
63.1
74.0
95.6
36.7
36.7
50.7
59.3
76.7
100.2
100.2
118.7
165.9
175.2
100.2
100.2
133.3
154.9
198.2
51.7
51.7
66.6
77.5
99.1
40.7
40.7
53.6
62.2
79.5
111.4
111.4
118.7
165.9
175.2
111.4
111.4
133.3
154.9
198.2
58.5
58.5
66.6
77.5
99.1
45.9
45.9
53.6
62.2
79.5
Max Fuse2/
Breaker3
Size
(Amps)
100
100
125
175
200
90
90
150
175
225
50
50
70
90
110
40
40
60
70
90
110
110
125
175
200
110
110
150
175
225
60
60
70
90
110
45
45
60
70
90
125
125
125
175
200
125
125
150
175
225
60
60
70
90
110
50
50
60
70
90
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Size
(Tons)
Volt
Compressors
(each)
RLA LRA
MCC
OD Fan
Motors
(each)
FLA
Supply
Blower
Motor
FLA
Pwr
Conv
Motor
FLA
208-3-60 23.0
160
31.5
3.7
38.6
0.0
230-3-60 23.0
160
31.5
3.7
38.6
0.0
460-3-60 12.2
87
17.1
1.9
19.3
0.0
575-3-60 8.7
62
13.5
1.5
15.4
0.0
300
(25)
MCA1
(Amps)
Electric Heat Option
Model
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
kW
13.5
27
40.6
54.1
18.0
36.0
54.0
72.0
18.0
36.0
54.0
72.0
18.0
36.0
54.0
72.0
Stages
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
Amps
37.5
74.9
112.7
150.2
43.3
86.6
129.9
173.2
21.7
43.3
65.0
86.6
17.3
34.6
52.0
69.3
155.1
155.1
155.1
189.1
198.4
155.1
155.1
156.5
178.2
221.5
80.5
80.5
80.5
89.1
110.7
60.1
60.1
62.6
71.2
88.5
Max Fuse2/
Breaker3
Size
(Amps)
175
175
175
200
225
175
175
175
200
250
90
90
90
100
125
70
70
70
80
100
1. Minimum Circuit Ampacity.
2. Dual Element, Time Delay Type.
3. HACR type per NEC.
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Size
(Tons)
Volt
Compressors
(each)
RLA LRA
MCC
OD Fan
Motors
(each)
FLA
Supply
Blower
Motor
FLA
Pwr
Conv
Outlet
FLA
208-3-60 14.7
115
23.0
2.1
15.4
10.0
230-3-60 14.7
115
23.0
2.1
14.4
10.0
460-3-60 7.7
50
12.0
1.1
7.2
5.0
575-3-60 6.4
40
10.0
0.9
5.9
4.0
208-3-60 16.7
120
26.0
2.1
20.0
10.0
230-3-60 16.7
120
26.0
2.1
20.0
10.0
460-3-60 8.7
60
13.5
1.1
10.0
5.0
575-3-60 6.7
42
10.5
0.9
8.2
4.0
208-3-60 17.9
120
28.0
3.7
20.0
10.0
230-3-60 17.9
120
28.0
3.7
20.0
10.0
460-3-60 9.6
70
15.0
1.9
10.0
5.0
575-3-60 7.4
53
11.5
1.5
8.2
4.0
180
(15)
210
(17.5)
240
(20)
18
Electric Heat Option
Model
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
kW
13.5
27
40.6
54.1
18.0
36.0
54.0
72.0
18.0
36.0
54.0
72.0
18.0
36.0
54.0
72.0
13.5
27
40.6
54.1
18.0
36.0
54.0
72.0
18.0
36.0
54.0
72.0
18.0
36.0
54.0
72.0
13.5
27
40.6
54.1
18.0
36.0
54.0
72.0
18.0
36.0
54.0
72.0
18.0
36.0
54.0
72.0
Stages Amps
1
37.5
2
74.9
2
112.7
2
150.2
1
43.3
2
86.6
2
129.9
2
173.2
1
21.7
2
43.3
2
65.0
2
86.6
1
17.3
2
34.6
2
52.0
2
69.3
1
37.5
2
74.9
2
112.7
2
150.2
1
43.3
2
86.6
2
129.9
2
173.2
1
21.7
2
43.3
2
65.0
2
86.6
1
17.3
2
34.6
2
52.0
2
69.3
1
37.5
2
74.9
2
112.7
2
150.2
1
43.3
2
86.6
2
129.9
2
173.2
1
21.7
2
43.3
2
65.0
2
86.6
1
17.3
2
34.6
2
52.0
2
69.3
MCA1
(Amps)
96.5
96.5
125.4
172.6
181.9
95.3
95.3
138.8
160.4
203.7
49.3
49.3
69.4
80.2
101.9
40.7
40.7
55.7
64.3
81.7
110.2
110.2
131.2
178.4
187.7
110.2
110.2
145.8
167.4
210.7
56.7
56.7
72.9
83.7
105.4
44.7
44.7
58.6
67.2
84.5
121.4
121.4
131.2
178.4
187.7
121.4
121.4
145.8
167.4
210.7
63.5
63.5
72.9
83.7
105.4
49.9
49.9
58.6
67.2
84.5
Max Fuse2/
Breaker3
Size
(Amps)
110
110
150
175
200
100
100
150
175
225
50
50
70
90
110
45
45
60
70
90
125
125
150
200
200
125
125
150
175
225
60
60
80
90
110
50
50
60
70
90
125
125
150
200
200
125
125
150
175
225
70
70
80
90
110
50
50
60
70
90
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Size
(Tons)
Volt
Compressors
(each)
RLA LRA
MCC
OD Fan
Motors
(each)
FLA
Supply
Blower
Motor
FLA
Pwr
Conv
Outlet
FLA
208-3-60 23.0
160
31.5
3.7
38.6
10.0
230-3-60 23.0
160
31.5
3.7
38.6
10.0
460-3-60 12.2
87
17.1
1.9
19.3
5.0
575-3-60 8.7
62
13.5
1.5
15.4
4.0
300
(25)
Electric Heat Option
Model
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
None
E18
E36
E54
E72
kW
13.5
27
40.6
54.1
18.0
36.0
54.0
72.0
18.0
36.0
54.0
72.0
18.0
36.0
54.0
72.0
Stages Amps
1
37.5
2
74.9
2
112.7
2
150.2
1
43.3
2
86.6
2
129.9
2
173.2
1
21.7
2
43.3
2
65.0
2
86.6
1
17.3
2
34.6
2
52.0
2
69.3
MCA1
(Amps)
165.1
165.1
165.1
201.6
210.9
165.1
165.1
169.0
190.7
234.0
85.5
85.5
85.5
95.3
117.0
64.1
64.1
67.6
76.2
93.5
Max Fuse2/
Breaker3
Size
(Amps)
200
200
200
225
225
200
200
200
225
250
100
100
100
110
125
70
70
70
90
100
1. Minimum Circuit Ampacity.
2. Dual Element, Time Delay Type.
3. HACR type per NEC.
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Table 8:
ZJ180-300 Physical Data
Models
Component
ZJ180
ZJ210
ZJ240
ZJ300
15
17.5
20
25
Gross Capacity @ ARI A point (Btu)
183500
213700
242000
312000
ARI net capacity (Btu)
178500
206000
235000
295000
12.4
12.1
11.6
10.4
SEER
-
-
-
-
IPLV
13.9
13.2
12.9
10.6
10000
Nominal Tonnage
ARI COOLING PERFORMANCE
EER
Nominal CFM
6000
7000
8000
System power (KW)
14.40
17.10
20.10
28.50
R-410A
R-410a
R-410a
R-410a
System 1
12-8
12-8
12-0
12-8
System 2
12-8
13-8
12-0
13-8
System 3
12-8
12-8
12-0
13-0
System 4
12-8
12-8
12-0
12-8
Refrigerant type
Refrigerant charge (lb-oz)
ARI HEATING PERFORMANCE
Heating model
24
32
24
32
24
32
24
32
Heat input (K Btu)
300
400
300
400
300
400
300
400
Heat output (K Btu)
240
320
240
320
240
320
240
320
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Steady state efficiency (%)
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
No. burners
6
8
6
8
6
8
6
8
No. stages
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
20-50
30-60
20-50
30-60
20-50
30-60
20-50
30-60
195
195
195
195
195
195
195
195
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
AFUE %
Temperature Rise Range (ºF)
Gas Limit Setting (ºF)
Gas piping connection (in.)
DIMENSIONS (inches)
Length
92
92
92
92
Width
66-1/2
66-1/2
66-1/2
66-1/2
45-7/8
45-7/8
45-7/8
45-7/8
2609
2665
2697
2783
Scroll
Scroll
Scroll
Scroll
4
4
4
4
25 / 50 / 75 / 100
25 / 50 / 75 / 100
25 / 50 / 75 / 100
25 / 50 / 75 / 100
63.8
Height
OPERATING WT. (lbs.)
COMPRESSORS
Type
Quantity
Unit Capacity Steps (%)
CONDENSER COIL DATA
Face area (Sq. Ft.)
63.8
63.8
63.8
Rows
2
2
2
2
Fins per inch
20
20
20
20
Tube diameter (in.)
3/8
3/8
3/8
3/8
Split-face
Split-face
Split-face
Split-face
Face area (Sq. Ft.)
25
25
25
25
Rows
4
4
4
4
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.5
Circuitry Type
EVAPORATOR COIL DATA
Fins per inch
Tube diameter
0.375
0.375
0.375
0.375
Circuitry Type
Split-face
Split-face
Split-face
Split-face
TXV
TXV
TXV
TXV
Refrigerant control
CONDENSER FAN DATA
Quantity
4
4
4
4
Fan diameter (Inch)
24
24
30
30
20
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ZJ180-300 Physical Data (Continued)
Models
Component
ZJ180
ZJ210
ZJ240
15
17.5
20
25
Type
Prop
Prop
Prop
Prop
Drive type
Direct
Direct
Direct
Direct
No. speeds
1
1
1
1
Number of motors
2
2
2
2
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/3
Nominal Tonnage
Motor HP each
ZJ300
RPM
850
850
870
870
Nominal total CFM
4000
4000
5000
5000
BELT DRIVE EVAP FAN DATA
Quantity
Fan Size (Inch)
Type
1
1
1
1
15 X 15
18 X 15
18 X 15
18 X 15
Centrifugal
Centrifugal
Centrifugal
Centrifugal
Motor Sheave
1VP56
1VP56
1VP68
1VP68
1VP68
1VP68
Blower Sheave
BK90
BK80
BK120
BK120
BK120
BK120 1B5V110 1B5V94
Belt
BX81
BX78
BX83
BX81
BX83
BX81
5
5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
15
15
1725
1725
1725
1725
1725
1725
1725
1725
184T
184T
213T
213T
213T
213T
254T
254T
Motor HP each
RPM
Frame size
1VP75X 1VP75X
5VX860 5VX860
FILTERS
Quantity - Size
12 - 12 x 24 x 2
12 - 12 x 24 x 2
Optional Electric Heat
12 - 12 x 24 x 2
These CSA approved heaters are located within the central
compartment of the unit with the heater elements extending in
to the supply air chamber.
The factory-installed heaters are wired for single point power
supply. Power supply need only be brought into the single point
terminal block.
Table 9:
12 - 12 x 24 x 2
Fuses are supplied, where required, by the factory. Some kW
sizes require fuses and others do not. refer to Table 9 for
minimum CFM limitations and to Table 7 for electrical data.
Electric Heat Minimum Supply Air
Size
(Tons)
180
(15)
210
(17.5)
240
(20)
300
(25)
Minimum Supply Air (CFM)
Voltage
Heater kW
9
18
54
72
208/230-3-60
4500
4500
5000
5000
460-3-60
4500
4500
5000
4500
600-3-60
4500
4500
4500
4500
208/230-3-60
6000
6000
6000
6000
460-3-60
6000
6000
6000
6000
600-3-60
6000
6000
6000
6000
208/230-3-60
6000
6000
6000
6000
460-3-60
6000
6000
6000
6000
600-3-60
6000
6000
6000
6000
208/230-3-60
7500
7500
7500
7500
460-3-60
7500
7500
7500
7500
600-3-60
7500
7500
7500
7500
Optional Gas Heat
These gas-fired heaters have aluminized-steel or optional
stainless steel, tubular heat exchangers with spark ignition with
proven pilot.
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Table 11: Gas Pipe Sizing - CapacIty of Pipe
Table 10: Gas Application Data
Unit
Size
180
210
240
300
Opt.
24
32
24
32
24
32
24
32
Input
(MBH)
300
400
300
400
300
400
300
400
Output (MBH)
240
320
240
320
240
320
240
320
Gas Piping
Proper sizing of gas piping depends on the cubic feet per hour
of gas flow required, specific gravity of the gas and the length of
run. “National Fuel Gas Code” Z223.1 (in U.S.A.) or the current
Gas Installation Codes CSA-B149.1 (in Canada) should be
followed in all cases unless superseded by local codes or gas
utility requirements. Refer to the Pipe Sizing Table 11. The
heating value of the gas may differ with locality. The value
should be checked with the local gas utility.
Nominal Iron Pipe Size
1 in.
1-1/4 in.
520
1050
350
730
285
590
245
500
215
440
195
400
180
370
170
350
160
320
150
305
Length of
Pipe (ft.)
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
Temp Rise
(°F)
20-50
30-60
20-50
30-60
20-50
30-60
20-50
30-60
NOTE: Maximum capacity of pipe in cubic feet of gas per hour
based upon a pressure drop of 0.3 inch W.C. and 0.6
specific gravity gas.
Table 12: Gas Heat Minimum Supply Air
NOTE: There may be a local gas utility requirement specifying
a minimum diameter for gas piping. All units require a
one-inch pipe connection at the entrance fitting.
Size
(Tons)
Heat Size
180
(15)
210
(17.5)
240
(20)
300
(25)
24
32
24
32
24
32
24
32
Supply Air (CFM)
Cooling
Heating
Min
Max
Min
Max
4500
7000
4500
7000
4500
7000
4500
7000
6000
8750
6000
8750
6000
8750
6000
8750
6000
9400
6000
9400
6000
9400
6000
9400
7500
12500
7500
12500
7500
12500
7500
12500
Gas Connection
The gas supply line can be routed within the space and roof curb,
exiting through the unit’s basepan. Refer to Figure 5 for the gas
piping inlet location. Typical supply piping arrangements are
shown in Figures 13 and 14. All pipe nipples, fittings, and the gas
cock are field supplied.
Main
Manual
Shut-off
Valve
Gas piping recommendations:
1.
A drip leg and a ground joint union must be installed in the
gas piping.
2.
Where required by local codes, a manual shut-off valve
must be installed outside of the unit.
3.
Use wrought iron or steel pipe for all gas lines. Pipe dope
should be applied sparingly to male threads only.
Drip Leg
Figure 13: External Supply Connection External Shut-Off
Natural gas may contain some propane. Propane is an
excellent solvent and will quickly dissolve white lead and
most standard commercial compounds. A special pipe
dope must be used when assembling wrought iron or
steel pipe. Shellac based compounds such as Gaskolac
or Stalastic, and compounds such as Rectorseal #5,
Clydes’s or John Crane may be used.
Main
Manual
Shut-off
Valve
4.
Drip Leg
Figure 14: Bottom Supply Connection External Shut-Off
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All piping should be cleaned of dirt and scale by
hammering on the outside of the pipe and blowing out
loose particles. Before initial start-up, be sure that all gas
lines external to the unit have been purged of air.
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5.
The gas supply should be a separate line and installed in
accordance with all safety codes as prescribed under
“Limitations”.
6.
A 1/8-inch NPT plugged tapping, accessible for test gage
connection, must be installed immediately upstream of the
gas supply connection to the unit.
7.
After the gas connections have been completed, open the
main shut-off valve admitting normal gas pressure to the
mains. Check all joints for leaks with soap solution or other
material suitable for the purpose. NEVER USE A FLAME.
FIRE OR EXPLOSION HAZARD
Failure to follow the safety warning exactly could result
in serious injury, death or property damage.
Never test for gas leaks with an open flame. use a
commercially available soap solution made specifically
for the detection of leaks to check all connections. A fire
or explosion may result causing property damage,
personal injury or loss of life.
The furnace and its individual shut-off valve must be
disconnected from the gas supply piping system during
any pressure testing at pressures in excess of 1/2 PSIG.
Pressures greater than 1/2 PSIG will cause gas valve
damage resulting in a hazardous condition. If it is
subjected to a pressure greater than 1/2 PSIG, the gas
valve must be replaced.
The furnace must be isolated from the gas supply piping
system by closing its individual manual shut-off valve
during any pressure testing of the gas supply piping
system at test pressures equal to or less than 1/2 PSIG.
Threaded joints should be coated with a sealing
compound that is resistant to the action of liquefied
petroleum gases. Do not use Teflon tape.
Lp Units, Tanks And Piping
All gas heat units are shipped from the factory equipped for
natural gas use only. The unit may be converted in the field for
use with LP gas with accessory kit model number 1NP0418.
All LP gas equipment must conform to the safety standards of
the National Fire Protection Association.
For satisfactory operation, LP gas pressure must be 10.0 inch
W.C. at the unit under full load. Maintaining proper gas
pressure depends on three main factors:
1.
The vaporization rate which depends on the temperature of
the liquid and the “wetted surface” area of the container(s).
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2.
The proper pressure regulation. (Two-stage regulation is
recommended).
3.
The pressure drop in the lines between regulators and
between the second stage regulator and the appliance.
Pipe size required will depend on the length of the pipe run
and the total load of all appliances.
Complete information regarding tank sizing for vaporization,
recommended regulator settings, and pipe sizing is available
from most regulator manufacturers and LP gas suppliers.
LP gas is an excellent solvent and will quickly dissolve
white lead and most standard commercial compounds. A
special pipe dope must be used when assembling
wrought iron or steel pipe for LP. Shellac base
compounds such as Gaskolac or Stalastic, and
compounds such as Rectorseal #5, Clyde’s, or John
Crane may be used.
Check all connections for leaks when piping is completed using
a soap solution. NEVER USE A FLAME.
FIRE OR EXPLOSION HAZARD
Failure to follow the safety warning exactly could result
in serious injury, death or property damage.
Never test for gas leaks with an open flame. use a
commercially available soap solution made specifically
for the detection of leaks to check all connections. A fire
or explosion may result causing property damage,
personal injury or loss of life.
Vent And Combustion Air
Two vent hoods and a combustion air hood (with screens) are
shipped attached to the blower housing in the blower
compartment. These hoods must be installed to assure
proper unit function. All hoods must be fastened to the
outside of the gas heat access panel with the screws
provided in the bag also attached to the blower housing.
The screen for the combustion air intake hood is secured to
the inside of the access panel opening with four fasteners and
the screws used for mounting the hood to the panel. The top
flange of this hood slips in under the top of the access panel
opening when installing. Refer to Vent and Combustion Air
Hood Figure 15.
Each vent hood is installed by inserting the top flange of the
hood into the slotted opening in the access panel and securing
in place.
The products of combustion are discharged horizontally
through these two screened, hooded vent openings on the
upper gas heat access panel.
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Minimum Position Adjustment
Slotted Openings in
Access Panel
Vent Air
Outlet Hoods
• Check that the damper blades move smoothly without
binding; carefully turn the Minimum Position Adjust screw
(found on the damper control module) fully clockwise and
then set the thermostat indoor fan switch to the ON
position and then OFF or energize and de-energize
terminals “R” to “G”.
• With the thermostat set to the indoor fan ON position or
terminals “R” to “G” energized, turn the Minimum Position
Adjusting screw (located on the damper control module)
counterclockwise until the desired minimum damper
position has been attained.
Combustion Air
Intake Hood
Gas Heat
Access Panels
Enthalpy Set Point Adjustment
• The enthalpy set point may now be set by selecting the
desired set point shown in the Enthalpy Set Point
Adjustment Figure 16. Adjust as follows:
Figure 15: Vent and Combustion Air Hood
Options/Accessories
Electric Heat
Electric heaters are available as a factory-installed option.
These heaters mount in the heat compartment with the
heating elements extending into the supply air chamber. All
electric heaters are fused and intended for use with single
point power supply.
Economizer/Motorized Outdoor Damper Rain Hood
The instruction for the optional economizer/motorized damper
rain hood can be found in the rain hood kit. Use these
instructions when field assembling an economizer rain hood
onto a unit. The outdoor and return air dampers, the damper
actuator, the damper linkage, the outdoor and return air divider
baffles, and all the control sensors are factory mounted as part
of the “Factory installed” economizer option.
Power Exhaust/Barometric Relief Damper and Rain Hood
The instructions for the power exhaust/barometric relief damper
and rain hood can be found in the rain hood kit. The exhaust
fan, all supporting brackets, angles, and the wiring are factory
installed as part of the power exhaust option.
Economizer And Power Exhaust Set Point
Adjustments
Remove the top rear access panel from the unit. Locate the
economizer control module, where the following adjustments
will be made.
Extreme care must be exercised in turning all set point,
maximum and minimum damper positioning adjustment
screws to prevent twisting them off.
• For a single enthalpy operation carefully turn the set
point adjusting screw (found on the damper control
module) to the “A”, “B”, “C” or “D” setting corresponding
to the lettered curve of the Enthalpy Set Point
Adjustment Figure 17.
• For a dual enthalpy operation, carefully turn the set point
adjusting screw fully clockwise past the "D" setting.
Power Exhaust Damper Set Point (With Or Without Power
Exhaust)
• With no power exhaust option, adjust the Exhaust Air
Adjustment Screw fully clockwise. This will allow 2nd
stage cooling to operate.
• With power exhaust option, each building pressurization
requirement will be different. The point at which the power
exhaust comes on is determined by the economizer
damper position (Percent Open). The Exhaust Air
Adjustment Screw should be set at the Percent Open of
the economizer damper at which the power exhaust is
needed. It can be set from 0 to 100% damper open.
Indoor Air Quality AQ
Indoor Air Quality (indoor sensor input): Terminal AQ accepts a
+2 to +10 Vdc signal with respect to the (AQ1) terminal. When
the signal is below it's set point, the actuator is allowed to
modulate normally in accordance with the enthalpy and mixed
air sensor inputs. When the AQ signal exceeds it's set point
setting and there is no call for free cooling, the actuator is
proportionately modulated from the 2 to 10 Vdc signal, with 2
Vdc corresponding to full closed and 10 Vdc corresponding to
full open. When there is no call for free cooling, the damper
position is limited by the IAQ Max damper position setting.
When the signal exceeds it's set point (Demand Control
Ventilation Set Point) setting and there is a call for free cooling,
the actuator modulates from the minimum position to the full
open position based on the highest call from either the mixed
air sensor input or the AQ voltage input.
• Optional CO2 Space Sensor Kit Part # 2AQ04700324
• Optional CO2 Sensor Kit Part # 2AQ04700424
Replace the top rear access panel on the unit.
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CONTROL
CURVE
CONTROL POINT
APPROX. 0F (0C)
AT 50% RH
A
73 (23)
B
C
70 (21)
67 (19)
D
63 (17)
85 90 95 100 105 110
(29) (32) (35) (38) (41) (43)
80
(27)
75
(24)
70
(21)
65
(18)
60
(16)
55
(13)
50
(10)
45
(7)
35
(2)
A
B
C
D
40
(4)
B A
D C
35
(2)
40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90 95 100 105 110
(4) (7) (10) (13) (16) (18) (21) (24) (27) (29) (32) (35) (38) (41) (43)
APPROXIMATE DRY BULB TEMPERATURE - 0F (0C)
Figure 16: Enthalpy Set Point Chart
Exhaust Air
Adjustment
Screw
Exhaust Air LED
Damper Min.
Position
Screw
Indoor Air Quality
Max. Adjustment
Screw
N1
N
EXH
Set
TR
P1
P
EXH
24
Vac
HOT
T1
T
Min
Pos
IAQ
Max
Indoor Air Quality
LED
AQ1
AQ
IAQ
SO
IAQ
Min
TR1
24
Vac
COM
+
1
2
5
Indoor Air Quality
Min. Adjustment
Screw
Free Cooling LED
SO+
3
4
EF
EF1
Free
Cool
SR+
SR
B
A
C
D
Economizer Enthalpy
Set Point Adjustment
Screw
Figure 17: Honeywell Economizer Control W7212
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Phasing
York® Model ZJ units are properly phased at the factory. Check
for proper compressor rotation. If the blower or compressors
rotate in the wrong direction at start-up, the electrical
connection to the unit is misphased. Change the phasing of the
Field Line Connection at the factory or field supplied
disconnect to obtain proper rotation. (Scroll compressors
operate in only one direction. If the scroll is drawing low
amperage, has similar suction and discharge pressures, or
producing a high noise level, the scroll is misphased.)
Scroll compressors require proper rotation to operate
correctly. Units are properly phased at the factory. Do
not change the internal wiring to make the blower
condenser fans, or compressor rotate correctly.
Blower Rotation
Check for proper supply air blower rotation. If the blower is
rotating backwards, the line voltage at the unit point of power
connection is misphased (See ‘PHASING’).
Belt Tension
The tension on the belt should be adjusted as shown in Figure 18.
CFM Static Pressure and Power-Altitude and Temperature
Corrections
The information below should be used to assist in application of
product when being applied at altitudes at or exceeding 1000
feet above sea level.
The air flow rates listed in the standard blower performance
tables are based on standard air at sea level. As the altitude or
temperature increases, the density of air decreases. In order to
use the indoor blower tables for high altitude applications,
certain corrections are necessary.
Span Length
Defl Force
(B)
*Never Loosen
(A)
Procedure for adjusting belt tension:
1. Loosen six nuts (top and bottom) A.
2. Adjust by turning (B).
3. Never loosen nuts (C).
4. Use belt tension checker to apply a perpendicular
force to one belt at the midpoint of the span as
shown. Deflection distance of 4mm (5/32”) is
obtained.
To determine the deflection distance from normal
position, use a straight edge from sheave to sheave as
reference line. The recommended deflection force is as
follows:
Tension new belts at the max. deflection force
recommended for the belt section. Check the belt
tension at least two times during the first 24 hours of
operation. Any retensioning should fall between the min.
and max. deflection force values.
5. After adjusting retighten nuts (A).
A centrifugal fan is a “constant volume” device. This means
that, if the rpm remains constant, the CFM delivered is the
same regardless of the density of the air. However, since the air
at high altitude is less dense, less static pressure will be
generated and less power will be required than a similar
application at sea level. Air density correction factors are shown
in Table 13 and Figure 19.
(C)*
Figure 18: Belt Adjustment
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Table 13: Altitude/Temperature Correction Factors
Air
Temp.
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
0
1.060
1.039
1.019
1.000
0.982
0.964
0.946
1000
1.022
1.002
0.982
0.964
0.947
0.929
0.912
2000
0.986
0.966
0.948
0.930
0.913
0.897
0.880
3000
0.950
0.931
0.913
0.896
0.880
0.864
0.848
4000
0.916
0.898
0.880
0.864
0.848
0.833
0.817
Altitude (Ft.)
5000
0.882
0.864
0.848
0.832
0.817
0.802
0.787
6000
0.849
0.832
0.816
0.801
0.787
0.772
0.758
7000
0.818
0.802
0.787
0.772
0.758
0.744
0.730
8000
0.788
0.772
0.757
0.743
0.730
0.716
0.703
9000
0.758
0.743
0.729
0.715
0.702
0.689
0.676
10000
0.729
0.715
0.701
0.688
0.676
0.663
0.651
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Figure 19: Altitude/Temperature Correction Factors
The examples below will assist in determining the airflow
performance of the product at altitude.
blower tables to select the blower speed and the BHP
requirement.
Example 1: What are the corrected CFM, static pressure, and
BHP at an elevation of 5,000 ft. if the blower performance data
is 6,000 CFM, 1.5 IWC and 4.0 BHP?
Solution: As in the example above, no temperature
information is given so 70°F is assumed.
Solution: At an elevation of 5,000 ft. the indoor blower will still
deliver 6,000 CFM if the rpm is unchanged. However, Table 13
must be used to determine the static pressure and BHP. Since
no temperature data is given, we will assume an air temperature
of 70°F. Table 14 shows the correction factor to be 0.832.
Corrected static pressure = 1.5 x 0.832 = 1.248 IWC
Corrected BHP = 4.0 x 0.832 = 3.328
Example 2: A system, located at 5,000 feet of elevation, is to
deliver 6,000 CFM at a static pressure of 1.5". Use the unit
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The 1.5" static pressure given is at an elevation of 5,000 ft. The
first step is to convert this static pressure to equivalent sea level
conditions.
Sea level static pressure = 1.5 / .832 = 1.80"
Enter the blower table at 6000 sCFM and static pressure of
1.8". The rpm listed will be the same rpm needed at 5,000 ft.
Suppose that the corresponding BHP listed in the table is 3.2.
This value must be corrected for elevation.
BHP at 5,000 ft. = 3.2 x .832 = 2.66
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Table 14: ZJ Cooling Only Bottom Duct Blower Performance
ZJ180 (15 Ton) Standard Drive Cooling Only Bottom Duct Blower Performance
ESP 2
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
CFM
6789
6060
5304
4545
1 Turn
RPM W 4
1067 4878
1067 4321
1067 3701
1067 3030
BHP
5.43
4.81
4.12
3.37
CFM
6952
6272
5543
4787
4028
15 Ton Standard Drive Cooling Only Bottom Duct Blower Performance1
Turns Open 3
2 Turns
3 Turns
4 Turns
5 Turns
RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4
7970 1001 5105 5.68 7523 961 4574 5.09 7111 917 4064
7583 1002 4921 5.48 7136 962 4391 4.89 6725 918 3881
7075 1002 4627 5.15 6628 963 4096 4.56 6217 918 3587
1037 4785 5.33 6470 1002 4233 4.71 6023 963 3702 4.12 5611 918 3193
1037 4304 4.79 5790 1002 3752 4.18 5344 962 3221 3.58 4932 918 2711
1037 3747 4.17 5061 1002 3195 3.56 4614 962 2664 2.97
1037 3128 3.48 4305 1002 2575 2.87
1037 2456 2.73
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BHP
4.52
4.32
3.99
3.55
3.02
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6 Turns
CFM RPM W 4 BHP
6735 868 3576 3.98
6348 868 3393 3.78
5840 869 3099 3.45
5235 869 2705 3.01
4555 869 2224 2.47
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1. Blower performance includes two-inch throwaway filters and no electric heat.
2. ESP (External Static Pressure) given is that available for the supply and return air duct system. All internal resistances have been deducted from the total static
pressure of the blower.
3. “Turns Open” refers to the setting of the variable pitch motor sheave, where “1 Turn Open” is fully closed. DO NOT close the pulley below one turn open.
4. W = Watts
15 Ton Standard Drive Cooling Only Bottom Duct
1.8
1.6
ESP (iwg)
1.4
3 Turns
4 Turns
1.2
6 Turns
1
5 Turns
1 Turn
0.8
2 Turns
0.6
0.4
0.2
4000
4500
5000
5500
6000
6500
7000
7500
8000
CFM
ZJ180 (15 Ton) Hi-Static Drive Cooling Only Bottom Duct Blower Performance
ESP 2
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
2
2.2
1 Turn
CFM RPM W 4 BHP
5770 1192 4821 5.37
4663 1188 3752 4.18
CFM
6392
5485
4483
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Turns Open 3
2 Turns
3 Turns
4 Turns
5 Turns
RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4
7295 1022 4946
6694 1022 4518
6713 1065 4820 5.37 6053 1022 4038
6022 1066 4276 4.76 5362 1023 3493
6139 1110 4650 5.18 5270 1067 3652 4.07 4610 1024 2870
1152 5149 5.73 5315 1110 3935 4.38 4446 1067 2938 3.27 3786 1024 2156
1152 4329 4.82 4407 1110 3116 3.47
1150 3392 3.78 3406 1108 2179 2.42
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BHP
5.50
5.03
4.49
3.89
3.19
2.40
-
6 Turns
CFM RPM W4 BHP
6844 978 4379 4.87
6243 978 3951 4.40
5602 978 3472 3.86
4911 979 2927 3.26
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1. Blower performance includes two-inch throwaway filters and no electric heat.
2. ESP (External Static Pressure) given is that available for the supply and return air duct system. All internal resistances have been deducted from the total static
pressure of the blower.
3. “Turns Open” refers to the setting of the variable pitch motor sheave, where “1 Turn Open” is fully closed. DO NOT close the pulley below one turn open.
4. W = Watts
15 Ton Hi-Static Drive Cooling Only Bottom Duct
2.3
2.1
1 Turn
ESP (iwg)
1.9
1.7
5 Turns
2 Turns
1.5
3 Turns
1.3
6 Turns
1.1
4 Turns
0.9
0.7
0.5
3500
4000
4500
5000
5500
6000
6500
7000
7500
CFM
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ZJ210 (17.5 Ton) Standard Drive Cooling Only Bottom Duct Blower Performance
ESP 2
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
2
1 Turn
RPM W 4
1028 6738
1028 6439
1028 6085
1028 5667
1027 5180
CFM
9079
8433
7731
6957
6097
BHP
8.04
7.68
7.26
6.76
6.18
17.5 Ton Standard Drive Cooling Only Bottom Duct Blower Performance1
Turns Open 3
2 Turns
3 Turns
4 Turns
5 Turns
RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4
8959 932 4402 5.25 7830 900 3173
8366 932 4272 5.10 7237 900 3044
8864 964 5279 6.30 7794 932 4124 4.92 6664 900 2895
996 6187 7.38 8296 964 5104 6.09 7226 932 3948 4.71 6096 901 2720
996 5978 7.13 7718 964 4895 5.84 6647 933 3739 4.46
996 5728 6.84 7113 965 4645 5.54
996 5429 6.48 6468 965 4346 5.19
996 5075 6.06
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CFM
9308
8730
8125
7480
6778
-
6 Turns
BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP
3.79 6642 869 1872 2.23
3.63 6049 869 1743 2.08
3.46
3.25
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1. Blower performance includes two-inch throwaway filters and no electric heat.
2. ESP (External Static Pressure) given is that available for the supply and return air duct system. All internal resistances have been deducted from the total static
pressure of the blower.
3. “Turns Open” refers to the setting of the variable pitch motor sheave, where “1 Turn Open” is fully closed. DO NOT close the pulley below one turn open.
4. W = Watts
17.5 Ton Standard Drive Cooling Only Bottom Duct
2
1.8
2 Turns
ESP (iwg)
1.6
1.4
1 Turn
1.2
4 Turns
1
5 Turns
0.8
0.6
0.4
3 Turns
6 Turns
0.2
6000
6500
7000
7500
8000
8500
9000
9500
CFM
ZJ210 (17.5 Ton) Hi-Static Drive Cooling Only Bottom Duct Blower Performance
ESP 2
0.3
0.5
0.7
0.9
1.1
1.3
1.5
1.7
1.9
2.1
2.3
2.5
1 Turn
CFM RPM W 4 BHP
7083 1119 6266 7.48
5971 1119 5647 6.74
CFM
9446
8769
8016
7165
6195
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17.5 Ton Hi-Static Drive Cooling Only Bottom Duct Blower Performance1
Turns Open 3
2 Turns
3 Turns
4 Turns
5 Turns
RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4
9055 981 5825
8464 981 5605
8828 1014 6371 7.60 7884 981 5367
9162 1048 6976 8.33 8237 1014 6105 7.29 7294 981 5101
1082 7413 8.85 8539 1048 6674 7.97 7615 1014 5803 6.93 6671 981 4799
1082 7065 8.43 7862 1048 6327 7.55 6938 1014 5456 6.51
1082 6664 7.95 7109 1048 5925 7.07 6184 1015 5054 6.03
1083 6198 7.40 6258 1048 5460 6.52
1083 5660 6.76
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BHP
6.95
6.69
6.41
6.09
5.73
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6 Turns
CFM RPM W4 BHP
9394 950 5111 6.10
8716 950 4900 5.85
8093 950 4689 5.60
7502 950 4469 5.33
6923 950 4231 5.05
6332 950 3965 4.73
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1. Blower performance includes two-inch throwaway filters and no electric heat.
2. ESP (External Static Pressure) given is that available for the supply and return air duct system. All internal resistances have been deducted from the total static
pressure of the blower.
3. “Turns Open” refers to the setting of the variable pitch motor sheave, where “1 Turn Open” is fully closed. DO NOT close the pulley below one turn open.
4. W = Watts
17.5 Ton Hi Static Drive Cooling Only Bottom Duct
3
2.5
1 Turn
ESP (iwg)
2 Turns
2
5 Turns
1.5
6 Turns
3 Turns
4 Turns
1
0.5
0
5500
6000
6500
7000
7500
8000
8500
9000
9500
CFM
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ZJ240 (20 Ton) Standard Drive Cooling Only Bottom Duct Blower Performance
ESP 2
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
2.0
CFM
9660
9216
8746
8223
7616
6898
6040
1 Turn
RPM W 4
1027 7205
1027 6995
1028 6743
1028 6442
1028 6087
1028 5668
1027 5181
BHP
8.60
8.35
8.05
7.69
7.26
6.77
6.18
CFM
9838
9358
8911
8467
7997
7473
6866
6148
-
20 Ton Standard Drive Cooling Only Bottom Duct Blower Performance1
Turns Open 3
2 Turns
3 Turns
4 Turns
5 Turns
RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4
9556 964 5557 6.63 8664 932 4401 5.25 7701 900 3172
996 6515 7.78 9017 964 5430 6.48 8125 932 4273 5.10 7161 900 3045
996 6367 7.60 8537 964 5282 6.30 7645 932 4125 4.92 6682 900 2897
996 6192 7.39 8090 964 5106 6.09 7198 932 3949 4.71 6234 901 2721
996 5981 7.14 7646 964 4896 5.84 6754 933 3739 4.46
996 5729 6.84 7176 965 4644 5.54
996 5429 6.48 6652 965 4343 5.18
996 5073 6.05 6046 965 3988 4.76
996 4655 5.56
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6 Turns
BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP
3.79 6666 868 1872 2.23
3.63 6126 868 1745 2.08
3.46
3.25
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1. Blower performance includes two-inch throwaway filters and no electric heat.
2. ESP (External Static Pressure) given is that available for the supply and return air duct system. All internal resistances have been deducted from the total static
pressure of the blower.
3. “Turns Open” refers to the setting of the variable pitch motor sheave, where “1 Turn Open” is fully closed. DO NOT close the pulley below one turn open.
4. W = Watts
20 Ton Standard Drive Cooling Only Bottom Duct
2.2
2
ESP (iwg)
1.8
1.6
1.4
1.2
1
1 Turn
0.8
0.6
0.4
2Turns
0.2
6 Turns
0
6000
6500
5 Turns
7000
7500
4 Turns
8000
8500
3 Turns
9000
9500
10000
CFM
ZJ240 (20 Ton) Hi-Static Drive Cooling Only Bottom Duct Blower Performance
ESP 2
0.3
0.5
0.7
0.9
1.1
1.3
1.5
1.7
1.9
2.1
2.3
2.5
1 Turn
CFM RPM W 4 BHP
7122 1119 6248 7.46
6048 1120 5639 6.73
CFM
8738
7975
7117
6155
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20 Ton Hi-Static Drive Cooling Only Bottom Duct Blower Performance1
Turns Open 3
2 Turns
3 Turns
4 Turns
5 Turns
RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4
9504 981 6105
9159 981 5967
9627 1014 6801 8.12 8781 982 5804
9206 1014 6609 7.89 8360 982 5612
8735 1014 6381 7.62 7889 982 5384
9089 1048 6986 8.34 8203 1014 6114 7.30 7357 981 5117
8489 1048 6674 7.97 7603 1014 5803 6.93 6757 981 4806
1082 7058 8.42 7812 1048 6313 7.53 6926 1014 5442 6.49
1082 6643 7.93 7049 1048 5897 7.04 6162 1014 5026 6.00
1083 6168 7.36 6190 1048 5422 6.47
1083 5628 6.72
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BHP
7.29
7.12
6.93
6.70
6.43
6.11
5.74
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6 Turns
CFM RPM W4 BHP
8698 949 4981 5.95
8353 949 4844 5.78
7975 950 4681 5.59
7555 950 4488 5.36
7083 950 4261 5.09
6551 950 3994 4.77
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1. Blower performance includes two-inch throwaway filters and no electric heat.
2. ESP (External Static Pressure) given is that available for the supply and return air duct system. All internal resistances have been deducted from the total static
pressure of the blower.
3. “Turns Open” refers to the setting of the variable pitch motor sheave, where “1 Turn Open” is fully closed. DO NOT close the pulley below one turn open.
4. W = Watts
ESP (iwg)
20 Ton Hi Static Drive Cooling Only Bottom Duct
2.6
2.4
2.2
2
1.8
1.6
1.4
1.2
1
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
6000
1 Turn
2 Turns
5 Turns
3 Turns
6 Turns
4 Turns
6500
7000
7500
8000
8500
9000
9500
10000
CFM
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ZJ300 (25 Ton) Standard Drive Cooling Only Bottom Duct Blower Performance
ESP 2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
2
2.2
2.4
0 Turns
RPM
W4
1365 10722
1365 10315
1365 9932
1365 9561
1365 9190
1365 8808
1365 8404
1365 7965
1365 7481
1365 6940
1365 6329
CFM
11416
11071
10694
10292
9871
9439
9002
8567
8140
7729
7341
BHP
12.22
11.76
11.32
10.90
10.48
10.04
9.58
9.08
8.53
7.91
7.21
25 Ton Standard Drive Cooling Only Bottom Duct Blower Performance1
Turns Open 3
1 Turn
2 Turns
3 Turns
BHP
CFM
RPM W 4
BHP
CFM
RPM W 4
CFM
RPM W 4
10967 1329 9910 11.30 10532 1291 9141 10.42 10112 1254 8413
10622 1329 9503 10.83 10187 1291 8734 9.96
9767 1254 8006
10245 1329 9120 10.40
9810 1291 8350 9.52
9390 1254 7622
9843 1329 8749 9.97
9408 1292 7979 9.09
8988 1254 7251
9422 1329 8378 9.55
8987 1291 7608 8.67
8567 1254 6880
8990 1329 7996 9.11
8555 1291 7227 8.24
8135 1254 6499
8553 1329 7592 8.65
8118 1291 6822 7.78
7698 1254 6094
8118 1329 7154 8.15
7683 1291 6384 7.28
7263 1254 5656
7691 1329 6669 7.60
7256 1291 5900 6.72
6836 1254 5171
7280 1329 6128 6.98
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
BHP
9.59
9.13
8.69
8.27
7.84
7.41
6.95
6.45
5.89
–
–
CFM
9707
9362
8985
8582
8162
7730
7292
6857
–
–
–
4 Turns
RPM W 4
1216 7726
1216 7319
1217 6936
1217 6565
1217 6194
1216 5812
1216 5408
1216 4970
–
–
–
–
–
–
BHP
8.81
8.34
7.91
7.48
7.06
6.63
6.16
5.66
–
–
–
1. Blower performance includes two-inch throwaway filters and no electric heat.
2. ESP (External Static Pressure) given is that available for the supply and return air duct system. All internal resistances have been deducted from the total
static pressure of the blower.
3. “Turns Open” refers to the setting of the variable pitch motor sheave, where “0 Turns Open” is fully closed.
4. W = Watts
25 Ton Standard Drive Cooling Only Bottom Duct Blower Performance1
Turns Open 3
ESP 2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
2
2.2
2.4
5 Turns
RPM
W4
1179 7082
1179 6675
1179 6292
1179 5921
1179 5550
1179 5168
1179 4764
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
CFM
9316
8971
8594
8192
7771
7339
6902
–
–
–
–
BHP
8.07
7.61
7.17
6.75
6.33
5.89
5.43
–
–
–
–
CFM
8939
8595
8218
7815
7395
6963
6525
–
–
–
–
6 Turns
RPM
W4
1140 6480
1140 6073
1140 5689
1140 5318
1140 4947
1140 4566
1140 4161
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
BHP
7.39
6.92
6.48
6.06
5.64
5.20
4.74
–
–
–
–
1. Blower performance includes two-inch throwaway filters and maximum number of heat tubes available for each tonnage.
2. ESP (External Static Pressure) given is that available for the supply and return air duct system. All internal resistances have been deducted from the total static
pressure of the blower.
3. “Turns Open” refers to the setting of the variable pitch motor sheave, where “0 Turns Open” is fully closed.
4. W = Watts
25 Ton Standard Drive Cooling Only Bottom Duct
2.4
ESP (iwg)
2
1.6
1.2
0.8
0.4
0
6400
6 Turns
6900
7400
7900
8400
8900
5 Turns
9400
3 Turns
4 Turns
9900
2 Turns
10400
1 Turn
10900
0 Turns
11400
CFM
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ESP2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
2
2.2
2.4
2.6
2.8
3
3.2
3.4
CFM
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
9913
9516
9120
8730
8344
0 Turns
RPM
W4
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
1305 11761
1311 11248
1317 10727
1324 10198
1333 9661
BHP
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
13.41
12.82
12.23
11.62
11.01
25 Ton Hi-Static Drive Cooling Only Bottom Duct Blower Performance1
Turns Open 3
1 Turn
2 Turns
3 Turns
CFM RPM
W4
BHP
CFM RPM
W4
BHP
CFM RPM
W4
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
11034 1210 11851
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
10662 1211 11407
–
–
–
–
10781 1240 11999 13.68 10281 1212 10952
–
–
–
–
10394 1241 11534 13.15 9894 1214 10486
10536 1270 12136 13.83 10001 1243 11057 12.60 9501 1216 10010
10140 1272 11650 13.28 9605 1246 10571 12.05 9105 1219 9524
9742 1276 11155 12.71 9207 1250 10075 11.48 8707 1222 9028
9343 1280 10650 12.14 8808 1254 9571 10.91 8308 1227 8524
8945 1285 10137 11.55 8410 1259 9058 10.32 7910 1232 8010
8550 1292 9615 10.96 8015 1265 8536
9.73
–
–
–
8159 1299 9086 10.36
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
BHP
–
–
–
–
13.51
13.00
12.48
11.95
11.41
10.86
10.29
9.72
9.13
–
–
–
CFM
–
11619
11282
10931
10569
10197
9816
9429
9036
8640
8242
7843
–
–
–
–
4 Turns
RPM W 4
–
–
1180 12096
1180 11688
1181 11268
1182 10836
1183 10392
1184 9937
1186 9471
1188 8995
1190 8509
1194 8013
1198 7508
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
BHP
–
13.79
13.32
12.84
12.35
11.85
11.33
10.80
10.25
9.70
9.13
8.56
–
–
–
–
25 Ton Hi-Static Drive Cooling Only Bottom Duct Blower Performance1
Turns Open 3
ESP 2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
2
2.2
2.4
2.6
2.8
3
3.2
3.4
CFM
–
11190
10852
10502
10140
9767
9387
9000
8607
8211
7813
–
–
–
–
–
5 Turns
RPM
W4
–
–
1150 11113
1151 10705
1152 10285
1153 9853
1153 9409
1155 8954
1156 8488
1158 8012
1161 7526
1165 7030
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
BHP
–
12.67
12.20
11.72
11.23
10.72
10.21
9.68
9.13
8.58
8.01
–
–
–
–
–
CFM
11118
10796
10458
10108
9745
9373
8993
8606
8213
7817
–
–
–
–
–
–
6 Turns
RPM
W4
1119 10556
1120 10162
1121 9754
1121 9334
1122 8902
1123 8458
1124 8003
1126 7537
1128 7061
1131 6574
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
BHP
12.03
11.58
11.12
10.64
10.15
9.64
9.12
8.59
8.05
7.49
–
–
–
–
–
–
1. Blower performance includes two-inch throwaway filters and maximum number of heat tubes available for each tonnage.
2. ESP (External Static Pressure) given is that available for the supply and return air duct system. All internal resistances have been deducted from the total
static pressure of the blower.
3. “Turns Open” refers to the setting of the variable pitch motor sheave, where “0 Turns Open” is fully closed.
4. W = Watts
25 Ton Hi Static Drive Cooling Only Bottom Duct
3.5
3
ESP (iwg)
2.5
0 Turns
1 Turn
2
2 Turns
1.5
3 Turns
1
5 Turns
6 Turns
0.5
0
7600
8100
8600
9100
9600
10100
10600
11100
4 Turns
11600
CFM
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ZJ180 (15 Ton) Standard Drive Gas Heat Bottom Duct Blower Performance
ESP 2
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
CFM
6187
5639
5089
4540
1 Turn
RPM W 4
1064 4130
1065 3739
1064 3384
1064 3082
BHP
4.60
4.16
3.77
3.43
CFM
6859
6317
5772
5224
4674
4125
15 Ton Standard Drive Gas Heat Bottom Duct Blower Performance1
TURNS OPEN 3
2 Turns
3 Turns
4 Turns
5 Turns
6 Turns
RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP
7180 961 4335 4.82 6850 918 3902 4.34 6547 872 3490 3.88
7009 999 4402 4.90 6650 961 3948 4.39 6319 918 3515 3.91 6017 871 3104 3.45
1034 4466 4.97 6472 999 3991 4.44 6113 961 3537 3.94 5783 918 3105 3.46 5480 871 2693 3.00
1034 4047 4.50 5930 1000 3572 3.98 5572 961 3118 3.47 5241 919 2685 2.99 4939 872 2274 2.53
1034 3634 4.04 5385 1000 3159 3.52 5026 961 2705 3.01 4696 919 2272 2.53 4393 872 1861 2.07
1034 3243 3.61 4837 1000 2768 3.08 4478 962 2314 2.58
1034 2888 3.21 4288 1000 2413 2.69
1034 2586 2.88
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1. Blower performance includes two-inch throwaway filters and maximum number of heat tubes available for each tonnage.
2. ESP (External Static Pressure) given is that available for the supply and return air duct system. All internal resistances have been deducted from the total static
pressure of the blower.
3. “Turns Open” refers to the setting of the variable pitch motor sheave, where “1 Turn Open” is fully closed. DO NOT close the pulley below one turn open.
4. W = Watts
15 Ton Standard Drive Gas Heat Bottom Duct
1.8
1.6
ESP (iwg)
1.4
1.2
1 Turn
1
0.8
2 Turns
0.6
3 Turns
0.4
4 Turns
0.2
5 Turns
6 Turns
0
4000
4500
5000
5500
6000
6500
7000
7500
CFM
ZJ180 (15 Ton) Hi-Static Drive Gas Heat Bottom Duct Blower Performance
ESP 2
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
2.0
2.2
CFM
5627
5037
4433
1 Turn
RPM W 4
1189 4678
1190 4128
1190 3492
BHP
5.21
4.59
3.89
CFM
6296
5727
5148
4558
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15 Ton Hi-Static Drive Gas Heat Bottom Duct Blower Performance1
TURNS OPEN 3
2 Turns
3 Turns
4 Turns
RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP CFM
7506
6952
6945 1065 4764 5.30 6399
6391 1065 4363 4.86 5845
6357 1107 4647 5.17 5833 1065 3968 4.42 5287
1148 4920 5.48 5795 1106 4241 4.72 5271 1065 3563 3.97 4725
1148 4484 4.99 5225 1106 3805 4.24 4701 1064 3127 3.48
1148 4000 4.45 4646 1106 3322 3.70
1148 3449 3.84
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5 Turns
RPM W 4
1023 4982
1023 4512
1023 4085
1023 3684
1023 3290
1023 2884
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BHP
5.55
5.02
4.55
4.10
3.66
3.21
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6 Turns
CFM RPM W4 BHP
7495 980 4836 5.38
6938 980 4303 4.79
6383 981 3833 4.27
5830 981 3407 3.79
5276 981 3005 3.35
4719 981 2611 2.91
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1. Blower performance includes two-inch throwaway filters and maximum number of heat tubes available for each tonnage.
2. ESP (External Static Pressure) given is that available for the supply and return air duct system. All internal resistances have been deducted from the total static
pressure of the blower.
3. “Turns Open” refers to the setting of the variable pitch motor sheave, where “1 Turn Open” is fully closed. DO NOT close the pulley below one turn open.
4. W = Watts
ESP (iwg)
15 Ton Hi Static Drive Gas Heat Bottom Duct
2.4
2.2
2
1.8
1.6
1.4
1.2
1
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0
4000
1 Turn
2 Turns
3 Turns
4 Turns
5 Turns
6 Turns
4500
5000
5500
6000
6500
7000
7500
8000
CFM
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ZJ210 (17.5 Ton) Standard Drive Gas Heat Bottom Duct Blower Performance
ESP 2
0.1
0.3
0.5
0.7
0.9
1.1
1.3
1.5
1.7
1.9
2.1
2.3
CFM
9123
8747
8369
7987
7601
7207
6806
6396
5975
1 Turn
RPM W 4
1027 6664
1026 6366
1026 6062
1026 5752
1026 5436
1027 5114
1027 4787
1027 4455
1027 4117
BHP
7.95
7.60
7.24
6.87
6.49
6.10
5.71
5.32
4.91
CFM
9053
8677
8301
7923
7541
7155
6761
6360
5950
5529
17.5 Ton Standard Drive Gas Heat Bottom Duct Blower Performance1
Turns Open 3
2 Turns
3 Turns
4 Turns
RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP CFM
8561
8999 961 6008 7.17 8583 929 5408 6.45 8182
993 6335 7.56 8622 960 5725 6.83 8206 929 5125 6.12 7806
993 6044 7.21 8246 960 5434 6.49 7831 929 4834 5.77 7430
993 5747 6.86 7870 960 5137 6.13 7454 929 4537 5.41 7054
993 5443 6.50 7492 960 4833 5.77 7076 929 4233 5.05 6676
993 5133 6.13 7110 960 4523 5.40 6694 929 3923 4.68 6294
993 4817 5.75 6724 960 4207 5.02 6308 929 3607 4.30
993 4495 5.36 6330 960 3885 4.64
993 4168 4.97
993 3835 4.58
993 3498 4.17
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5 Turns
RPM W 4
900 5093
900 4817
900 4534
900 4243
900 3946
899 3642
899 3332
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BHP
6.08
5.75
5.41
5.06
4.71
4.35
3.98
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6 Turns
CFM RPM W 4 BHP
8175 872 4512 5.38
7797 871 4236 5.06
7420 871 3952 4.72
7044 871 3662 4.37
6668 871 3364 4.02
6290 871 3060 3.65
5908 871 2750 3.28
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1. Blower performance includes two-inch throwaway filters and maximum number of heat tubes available for each tonnage.
2. ESP (External Static Pressure) given is that available for the supply and return air duct system. All internal resistances have been deducted from the total static
pressure of the blower.
3. “Turns Open” refers to the setting of the variable pitch motor sheave, where “1 Turn Open” is fully closed. DO NOT close the pulley below one turn open.
4. W = Watts
17.5 Ton Standard Drive Gas Heat Bottom Duct
2.5
ESP (iwg)
2
1.5
5 Turns
6 Turns
1
0.5
4 Turns
0
5500
6000
6500
7000
7500
8000
8500
1 Turn
2 Turns
3 Turns
9000
9500
CFM
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ESP 2
0.3
0.5
0.7
0.9
1.1
1.3
1.5
1.7
1.9
2.1
2.3
2.5
2.7
2.9
3.1
CFM
8053
7686
7325
6970
6623
6283
5952
1 Turn
RPM W 4
1119 6876
1119 6540
1119 6203
1119 5865
1119 5527
1119 5188
1120 4849
BHP
8.21
7.81
7.40
7.00
6.60
6.19
5.79
CFM
9060
8675
8294
7916
7544
7176
6815
6460
6113
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17.5 Ton Hi-Static Drive Gas Heat Bottom Duct Blower Performance1
Turns Open 3
2 Turns
3 Turns
4 Turns
RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP CFM
8869
8903 1015 6443 7.69 8477
8966 1049 6869 8.20 8513 1015 6127 7.31 8087
1084 7344 8.76 8578 1049 6549 7.82 8125 1015 5806 6.93 7699
1084 7019 8.38 8193 1049 6224 7.43 7740 1015 5482 6.54 7314
1083 6692 7.99 7812 1049 5897 7.04 7358 1014 5154 6.15 6932
1083 6361 7.59 7435 1048 5566 6.64 6981 1014 4823 5.76 6555
1083 6028 7.19 7062 1048 5233 6.24 6608 1014 4490 5.36 6183
1083 5692 6.79 6695 1048 4897 5.84 6241 1014 4155 4.96
1083 5355 6.39 6333 1048 4560 5.44
1083 5017 5.99 5979 1048 4222 5.04
1083 4679 5.58
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5 Turns
RPM W 4
981 6064
981 5753
981 5437
981 5116
981 4792
981 4464
981 4133
981 3800
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BHP
7.24
6.87
6.49
6.11
5.72
5.33
4.93
4.54
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6 Turns
CFM RPM W4 BHP
8865 949 5733 6.84
8472 949 5427 6.48
8080 949 5116 6.11
7689 949 4800 5.73
7301 949 4479 5.35
6916 949 4155 4.96
6535 949 3827 4.57
6157 949 3496 4.17
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1. Blower performance includes two-inch throwaway filters and maximum number of heat tubes available for each tonnage.
2. ESP (External Static Pressure) given is that available for the supply and return air duct system. All internal resistances have been deducted from the total
static pressure of the blower.
3. “Turns Open” refers to the setting of the variable pitch motor sheave, where “1 Turn Open” is fully closed. DO NOT close the pulley below one turn open.
4. W = Watts
ESP (iwg)
17.5 Ton Hi Static Drive Gas Heat Bottom Duct
3.2
3
2.8
2.6
2.4
2.2
2
1.8
1.6
1.4
1.2
1
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0
5500
1 Turn
2 Turns
3 Turns
4 Turns
5 Turns
6 Turns
6000
6500
7000
7500
8000
8500
9000
9500
CFM
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ZJ240 (20 Ton) Standard Drive Gas Heat Bottom Duct Blower Performance
ESP 2
0.1
0.3
0.5
0.7
0.9
1.1
1.3
1.5
1.7
1.9
2.1
2.3
CFM
10144
9814
9469
9110
8739
8359
7972
7579
7182
6784
6386
5991
1 Turn
RPM W 4
1024 7738
1025 7377
1026 7036
1027 6712
1027 6400
1027 6093
1026 5788
1026 5478
1026 5159
1026 4825
1027 4472
1028 4094
BHP
9.24
8.80
8.40
8.01
7.64
7.27
6.91
6.54
6.16
5.76
5.34
4.89
CFM
9707
9377
9032
8673
8302
7922
7535
7142
6745
6347
5949
5554
20 Ton Standard Drive Gas Heat Bottom Duct Blower Performance1
Turns Open 3
2 Turns
3 Turns
4 Turns
5 Turns
6 Turns
RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP
990 7103 8.48 9283 958 6482 7.74 8874 927 5874 7.01 8477 897 5281 6.30 8094 869 4701 5.61
992 6741 8.05 8954 959 6120 7.30 8544 928 5512 6.58 8147 899 4919 5.87 7764 871 4339 5.18
993 6401 7.64 8608 960 5779 6.90 8198 929 5172 6.17 7802 900 4578 5.46 7419 872 3999 4.77
993 6077 7.25 8249 961 5455 6.51 7840 930 4848 5.79 7443 900 4254 5.08 7060 872 3675 4.39
993 5764 6.88 7879 961 5143 6.14 7469 930 4535 5.41 7073 900 3942 4.70 6690 872 3362 4.01
993 5458 6.51 7499 961 4836 5.77 7089 930 4229 5.05 6693 900 3635 4.34 6310 872 3056 3.65
993 5152 6.15 7111 960 4531 5.41 6702 929 3923 4.68 6305 900 3330 3.97 5922 872 2750 3.28
992 4843 5.78 6718 960 4221 5.04 6308 929 3614 4.31 5912 900 3020 3.60 5529 871 2441 2.91
992 4524 5.40 6322 960 3902 4.66 5912 929 3295 3.93 5515 899 2701 3.22 5132 871 2122 2.53
992 4190 5.00 5924 960 3569 4.26 5514 929 2961 3.53 5117 900 2368 2.83 4734 872 1788 2.13
993 3837 4.58 5526 961 3215 3.84 5116 930 2608 3.11 4720 900 2014 2.40 4337 872 1435 1.71
994 3459 4.13 5131 962 2837 3.39 4721 931 2230 2.66 4325 901 1636 1.95 3941 873 1057 1.26
1. Blower performance includes two-inch throwaway filters and maximum number of heat tubes available for each tonnage.
2. ESP (External Static Pressure) given is that available for the supply and return air duct system. All internal resistances have been deducted from the total static
pressure of the blower.
3. “Turns Open” refers to the setting of the variable pitch motor sheave, where “1 Turn Open” is fully closed. DO NOT close the pulley below one turn open.
4. W = Watts
20 Ton Standard Drive Gas Heat Bottom Duct
2.5
4 Turns
6 Turns
3 Turns
ESP (iwg)
2
5 Turns
1.5
1
0.5
0
3500
2 Turns
4000
4500
5000
5500
6000
6500
7000
7500
8000
8500
9000
9500
1 Turn
10000
10500
CFM
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ESP 2
0.1
0.3
0.5
0.7
0.9
1.1
1.3
1.5
1.7
1.9
2.1
2.3
2.5
2.7
2.9
3.1
CFM
8443
8052
7668
7296
6940
6605
6294
6014
1 Turn
RPM W 4
1120 7018
1120 6686
1120 6359
1120 6037
1120 5721
1120 5410
1120 5108
1120 4813
BHP
8.38
7.98
7.59
7.21
6.83
6.46
6.10
5.74
CFM
8706
8314
7920
7529
7145
6773
6417
6081
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20 Ton Hi-Static Drive Gas Heat Bottom Duct Blower Performance1
Turns Open 3
2 Turns
3 Turns
4 Turns
5 Turns
6 Turns
RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W 4 BHP CFM RPM W4 BHP
9416 980 6851 8.18 9035 949 6238 7.45
9128 980 6513 7.77 8748 949 5901 7.04
8812 980 6174 7.37 8431 949 5561 6.64
8888 1013 6488 7.74 8472 980 5833 6.96 8091 950 5221 6.23
8980 1047 6845 8.17 8528 1013 6147 7.34 8112 980 5492 6.56 7731 950 4880 5.82
8605 1047 6505 7.76 8153 1013 5807 6.93 7736 980 5152 6.15 7356 950 4540 5.42
1083 6906 8.24 8219 1047 6166 7.36 7767 1013 5468 6.53 7351 980 4813 5.74 6970 950 4200 5.01
1083 6569 7.84 7827 1047 5828 6.96 7375 1013 5130 6.12 6958 980 4475 5.34 6578 950 3863 4.61
1083 6234 7.44 7433 1047 5494 6.56 6981 1013 4796 5.72 6564 980 4141 4.94 6184 950 3528 4.21
1083 5903 7.05 7041 1047 5162 6.16 6589 1013 4464 5.33 6173 980 3809 4.55
1082 5576 6.65 6657 1047 4835 5.77 6206 1013 4137 4.94
1082 5254 6.27 6285 1047 4513 5.39
1082 4937 5.89 5929 1047 4196 5.01
1082 4627 5.52
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1. Blower performance includes two-inch throwaway filters and maximum number of heat tubes available for each tonnage.
2. ESP (External Static Pressure) given is that available for the supply and return air duct system. All internal resistances have been deducted from the total
static pressure of the blower.
3. “Turns Open” refers to the setting of the variable pitch motor sheave, where “1 Turn Open” is fully closed. DO NOT close the pulley below one turn open.
4. W = Watts
ESP (iwg)
20 Ton Hi Static Drive Gas Heat Bottom Duct
3.2
3
2.8
2.6
2.4
2.2
2
1.8
1.6
1.4
1.2
1
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0
5 Turns
1 Turn
6 Turns
5700
2 Turns
3 Turns
4 Turns
6200
6700
7200
7700
8200
8700
9200
CFM
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ESP2
CFM
12443
11968
11471
10954
10417
9861
9287
8697
8090
7467
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
2
2.2
2.4
2.6
0 Turns
RPM
W4
1165 12369
1165 11846
1165 11292
1165 10709
1165 10095
1165 9451
1165 8777
1165 8072
1165 7336
1166 6570
BHP
15.09
14.46
13.78
13.07
12.32
11.53
10.71
9.85
8.95
8.02
25 Ton Standard Drive Gas Heat Bottom Duct Blower Performance1
Turns Open 3
1 Turn
2 Turns
3 Turns
CFM RPM
W4
BHP
CFM RPM
W4
BHP
CFM RPM
W4
12538 1101 11592 14.15 11984 1070 10591
12714 1133 12215 14.91 12131 1102 11159 13.62 11578 1070 10158
12284 1134 11751 14.34 11701 1102 10695 13.05 11147 1070 9694
11831 1134 11258 13.74 11248 1102 10202 12.45 10694 1070 9201
11355 1134 10735 13.10 10772 1102 9678 11.81 10219 1070 8678
10858 1134 10181 12.42 10275 1102 9125 11.14 9722 1070 8124
10341 1134 9598 11.71 9758 1102 8542 10.42 9204 1070 7541
9804 1134 8984 10.96 9221 1102 7928
9.67
8668 1070 6927
9248 1133 8340 10.18 8665 1102 7284
8.89
8112 1070 6283
8675 1133 7665
9.35
8092 1102 6609
8.07
7538 1070 5608
8084 1134 6960
8.49
7477 1134 6225
7.60
-
BHP
12.92
12.40
11.83
11.23
10.59
9.91
9.20
8.45
7.67
6.84
-
CFM
11460
11054
10623
10170
9695
9198
8680
8143
7588
-
4 Turns
RPM W 4
1038 9646
1038 9212
1038 8749
1038 8255
1038 7732
1038 7179
1038 6595
1038 5981
1038 5337
-
BHP
11.77
11.24
10.68
10.07
9.44
8.76
8.05
7.30
6.51
-
25 Ton Standard Drive Gas Heat Bottom Duct Blower Performance1
Turns Open3
ESP
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
2
2.2
2.4
2.6
2
CFM
10966
10559
10129
9675
9200
8703
8186
7649
-
5 Turns
RPM
W4
1006 8755
1006 8322
1006 7858
1007 7365
1007 6841
1007 6288
1006 5704
1006 5091
-
BHP
10.68
10.15
9.59
8.99
8.35
7.67
6.96
6.21
-
CFM
10500
10094
9664
9210
8735
8238
7721
-
6 Turns
RPM
W4
974
7920
974
7486
975
7023
975
6529
975
6006
975
5453
975
4869
-
BHP
9.66
9.14
8.57
7.97
7.33
6.65
5.94
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1. Blower performance includes two-inch throwaway filters and maximum number of heat tubes available for each tonnage.
2. ESP (External Static Pressure) given is that available for the supply and return air duct system. All internal resistances have been deducted from the total static
pressure of the blower.
3. “Turns Open” refers to the setting of the variable pitch motor sheave, where “0 Turns Open” is fully closed.
4. W = Watts
25 Ton Standard Drive Gas Heat Bottom Duct
2.8
ESP (iwg)
2.4
2
1.6
3 Turns
2 Turns
5 Turns
6 Turns
1.2
0 Turn
0.8
1 Turn
0.4
4 Turns
0
7000
7500
8000
8500
9000
9500
10000
10500
11000
11500
12000
12500
13000
CFM
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ESP2
0.5
0.7
0.9
1.1
1.3
1.5
1.7
1.9
2.1
2.3
2.5
2.7
2.9
3.1
3.3
3.5
3.7
3.9
CFM
11325
10660
9965
9239
8480
7686
0 Turns
RPM
W4
1365 13927
1365 13026
1365 12070
1365 11057
1366 9982
1366 8842
BHP
17.00
15.90
14.73
13.49
12.18
10.79
25 Ton Standard Drive Gas Heat Bottom Duct Blower Performance1
Turns Open 3
1 Turn
2 Turns
3 Turns
CFM RPM
W4
BHP
CFM RPM
W4
BHP
CFM RPM
W4
12472 1254 13836
11973 1254 13214
11455 1254 12562
10917 1254 11878
11229 1291 12788 15.60 10356 1254 11158
10645 1291 12027 14.68 9772 1254 10398
10968 1329 12952 15.81 10035 1291 11224 13.70 9162 1254 9594
10332 1329 12101 14.77 9399 1291 10373 12.66 8526 1254 8743
9667 1329 11199 13.67 8734 1291 9471 11.56 7861 1254 7841
8972 1329 10244 12.50 8039 1291 8515 10.39
8246 1329 9230 11.26
7486 1329 8155
9.95
-
BHP
16.88
16.12
15.33
14.50
13.62
12.69
11.71
10.67
9.57
-
CFM
12606
12141
11659
11160
10642
10104
9543
8959
8349
7713
-
4 Turns
RPM W 4
1217 13475
1217 12901
1216 12304
1216 11682
1216 11031
1216 10347
1216 9626
1216 8866
1216 8062
1216 7211
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BHP
16.44
15.74
15.02
14.26
13.46
12.63
11.75
10.82
9.84
8.80
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Turns Open 3
ESP 2
0.5
0.7
0.9
1.1
1.3
1.5
1.7
1.9
2.1
2.3
2.5
2.7
2.9
3.1
3.3
3.5
3.7
3.9
CFM
12305
11854
11388
10907
10408
9890
9351
8791
8206
7596
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5 Turns
RPM
W4
1179 12598
1179 12042
1179 11468
1179 10871
1179 10249
1179 9598
1179 8914
1179 8193
1179 7433
1179 6629
-
BHP
15.37
14.70
13.99
13.27
12.51
11.71
10.88
10.00
9.07
8.09
-
CFM
12478
12050
11612
11161
10695
10214
9715
9197
8659
8098
-
6 Turns
RPM
W4
1140 12334
1140 11805
1140 11264
1140 10708
1140 10133
1140 9537
1140 8914
1140 8263
1140 7579
1140 6859
-
BHP
15.05
14.41
13.74
13.07
12.37
11.64
10.88
10.08
9.25
8.37
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1. Blower performance includes two-inch throwaway filters and maximum number of heat tubes available for each tonnage.
2. ESP (External Static Pressure) given is that available for the supply and return air duct system. All internal resistances have been deducted from the total static
pressure of the blower.
3. “Turns Open” refers to the setting of the variable pitch motor sheave, where “0 Turns Open” is fully closed.
4. W = Watts
25 Ton Hi Static Drive Gas Heat Bottom Duct
4
ESP (iwg)
3.5
3
0 Turns
1 Turn
2.5
2 Turns
2
3 Turns
1.5
4 Turns
5 Turns
6 Turns
1
0.5
0
7300
7800
8300
8800
9300
9800
10300
10800
11300
11800
12300
12800
CFM
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Table 16: Indoor Blower Specifications
Motor
Size
(Tons)
HP
RPM
Eff.
SF
180
(15)
210
(17.5)
240
(20)
300
(25)
5
5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
15
15
1725
1725
1725
1725
1725
1725
1725
1725
0.83
0.83
0.89
0.89
0.89
0.89
0.91
0.91
1.15
1.15
1.15
1.15
1.15
1.15
1.15
1.15
Motor Sheave
Blower Sheave
Belt
Datum Dia.
Datum Dia.
Bore (in.) Model
Bore (in.) Model
Frame
(in.)
(in.)
184T
4.3 - 5.3
1-1/8
1VP56
8.4
1
BK90
BX81
184T
4.3 - 5.3
1-1/8
1VP56
7.4
1
BK80
BX78
213T
5.5 - 6.5
1-3/8
1VP68
11.4
1-3/16
BK120
BX83
213T
5.5 - 6.5
1-3/8
1VP68
10.4
1-3/16
BK120
BX81
213T
5.5 - 6.5
1-3/8
1VP68
11.4
1-3/16
BK120
BX83
213T
5.5 - 6.5
1-3/8
1VP68
10.4
1-3/16
BK120
BX81
254T
6.2 - 7.4
1-5/8
1VP75X
11.1
1-7/16 1B5V110 5VX860
254T
6.2 - 7.4
1-5/8
1VP75X
9.5
1-7/16
1B5V94 5VX860
Table 17: Power Exhaust Specifications
Voltage
208/230-1-60
460-1-60
575-1-60
HP
3/4
3/4
3/4
Motor
RPM1
1075
1075
1050
QTY
1
1
1
LRA
7.7
4.1
2.84
Motor
FLA
5.0
2.2
1.5
CFM @
0.1 ESP
5250
5250
5250
MCA
6.25
2.75
1.875
1. Motors are multi-tapped and factory wired for high speed.
Air Balance
Pressure Drop Across A Dry Indoor Coil VS Supply Air CFM
0.45
Start the supply air blower motor. Adjust the resistances in both
the supply and the return air duct systems to balance the air
distribution throughout the conditioned space. The job
specifications may require that this balancing be done by
someone other than the equipment installer.
Pressure Drop (IWG)
0.4
To check the supply air CFM after the initial balancing has been
completed:
1.
2.
Remove the two 5/16” dot plugs from the blower motor and
the filter access panels shown in the Unit Dimensions and
Rear View Clearances Figure 6.
3.
Using an inclined manometer, determine the pressure drop
across a dry evaporator coil. Since the moisture on an
evaporator coil may vary greatly, measuring the pressure
drop across a wet coil under field conditions would be
inaccurate. To assure a dry coil, the compressors should
be deactivated while the test is being run.
0.3
0.25
0.2
0.15
0.1
0.05
Insert at least 8" of 1/4 inch tubing into each of these holes
for sufficient penetration into the air flow on both sides of
the indoor coil.
NOTE: The tubes must be inserted and held in a position
perpendicular to the air flow so that velocity pressure
will not affect the static pressure readings.
0.35
0
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
Nominal Air Flow (CFM)
Figure 20: Pressure Drop Across A Dry Indoor Coil Vs.
Supply Air CFM For All Unit Tonnages
4.
Knowing the pressure drop across a dry coil, the actual
CFM through the unit can be determined from the curve in
Pressure Drop vs. Supply Air CFM Figure 20.
Failure to properly adjust the total system air quantity
can result in extensive blower damage.
After readings have been obtained, remove the tubes and
reinstall the two 5/16” dot plugs that were removed in Step 1.
NOTE: De-energize the compressors before taking any test
measurements to assure a dry indoor coil.
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Supply Air Drive Adjustment
The RPM of the supply air blower will depend on the required
CFM, the unit accessories or options and the static resistances
of both the supply and the return air duct systems. With this
information, the RPM for the supply air blower and the motor
pulley adjustment (turns open) can be determined from the
Blower Performance Data Tables.
High speed drive accessories (containing a smaller blower
pulley and a shorter belt) are available for applications requiring
the supply air blower to produce higher CFM's and/or higher
static pressures. Use Model 1LD0460 for 15 ton units, Model
1LD0417 for 17.5 and 20 ton units, and Model 1LD0435 for 25
ton units. Refer to the Blower Motor and Drive Data Table 16.
Note the following:
1.
The supply air CFM must be within the limitations shown in
the Blower Performance Tables 14 and 15.
2.
Pulleys can be adjusted in half turn increments.
180
(15)
210
(17.5)
240
(20)
300
(25)
CFM
Economizer1 2
4500
6000
7200
6000
7500
9000
6000
8000
9400
7500
10000
12500
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.06
0.11
0.18
18
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.31
0.56
0.87
Electric Heat kW1
36
54
0.10
0.20
0.20
0.30
0.30
0.40
0.10
0.20
0.20
0.30
0.30
0.40
0.10
0.20
0.20
0.30
0.30
0.40
0.38
0.62
0.68
1.10
1.07
1.72
Continuous Blower
By setting the room thermostat fan switch to "ON," the supply
air blower will operate continuously.
Intermittent Blower
With the room thermostat fan switch set to "AUTO" and the
system switch set to either the "AUTO" or "HEAT" settings, the
blower is energized whenever a cooling or heating operation is
requested. The blower is energized after any specified delay
associated with the operation.
When energized, the indoor blower has a minimum run time of
30 seconds. Additionally, the indoor blower has a delay of 10
seconds between operations.
No Outdoor Air Options
Table 18: Additional Static Resistance
Size
(Tons)
If at any time a call for both heating and cooling are present, the
heating operation will be performed. If operating, the cooling
system is halted as with a completion of a call for cooling.
Heating always takes priority.
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0.20
0.40
0.60
0.20
0.40
0.60
0.20
0.40
0.60
0.68
1.21
1.90
1. Deduct these values from the available external static pressure
shown in the respective Blower Performance Tables.
2. The pressure drop through the economizer is greater for
100% outdoor air than for 100% return air. If the resistance of
the return air duct is less than 0.25 IWG, the unit will deliver
less CFM during full economizer operation.
When the thermostat calls for the first stage of cooling, the lowvoltage control circuit from “R” to “Y1” and “G” is completed.
The UCB energizes the economizer (if installed and free cooling
is available) or the first available compressor* and the
condenser fans. For first stage cooling, compressor #1 is
energized. If compressor #1 is unavailable, compressor #2 is
energized. After completing the specified fan on delay for
cooling, the UCB will energize the blower motor.
When the thermostat calls for the second stage of cooling, the
low-voltage control circuit from “R” to “Y2” is completed.
Compressor #2 is energized, provided it has not been locked
out, and condenser fan motor #1, and condenser fan motor #2
remain energized. (If the ambient temperature is above 60ºF.)
If there is an initial call for more than one stage of cooling, the
UCB will delay energizing compressors #2, #3 & #4 by 30
seconds each, depending on how many stages are called for, in
order to avoid a power in-rush.
For ZJ units, the thermostat makes a circuit between “R” and
“Y1” for the first stage of cooling.
Once the thermostat has been satisfied, it will de-energize Y1,
Y2, Y3 and Y4. If the compressors have satisfied their minimum
run times, the compressors and condenser fans are deenergized. Otherwise, the unit operates each cooling system
until the minimum run times for the compressors have been
completed. Upon the final compressor de-energizing, the
blower is stopped following the elapse of the fan off delay for
cooling.
The call is passed to the Unit Control Board (UCB), which
then determines whether the requested operation is available
and, if so, which components to energize.
To be available, a compressor must not be locked-out due to a
high or low-pressure switch or freezestat trip and the AntiShort Cycle Delay (ASCD) must have elapsed.
For gas heating, the UCB monitors the "W1" call but does not
handle the operation of the gas furnace. An ignition control
board controls the gas heater operation. For electric heat units,
the UCB passes the call to the electric heater. In both cases,
when the "W1" call is sensed, the indoor air blower is energized
following a specified heating delay.
These units utilize a lead-lag feature that results in an equal
amount of run hours on all compressors, thereby extending the
life of the compressors. This feature works as follows: If the
thermostat requires for more than one stage of cooling, the
currently off compressor with the least number of run hours will
be the next to be energized. When the thermostat requires
fewer stages of cooling, the currently running compressor with
the most run hours will be the first to be de-energized.
Operation
Cooling Sequence Of Operation
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Economizer With Single Enthalpy Sensor
Cooling Operation Errors
When the room thermostat calls for “first-stage” cooling, the low
voltage control circuit from “R” to “G” and “Y1” is completed.
The UCB energizes the blower motor (if the fan switch on the
room thermostat is set in the “AUTO” position) and drives the
economizer dampers from fully closed to their minimum
position. If the enthalpy of the outdoor air is below the set point
of the enthalpy controller (previously determined), “Y1”
energizes the economizer. The dampers will modulate to
maintain a constant supply air temperature as monitored by the
discharge air sensor. If the outdoor air enthalpy is above the set
point, “Y1” energizes compressor #1.
Each cooling system is monitored for operation outside of the
intended parameters. Errors are handled as described below. All
system errors override minimum run times for compressors.
When the thermostat calls for “second-stage” cooling, the low
voltage control circuit from “R” to “Y2” is completed. The UCB
energizes the first available compressor. If the enthalpy of the
outdoor air is below the set point of the enthalpy controller (i.e.
first stage has energized the economizer), “Y2” will energize
compressor #1. If the outdoor air is above the set point, “Y2” will
energize compressor #2. If Y2 brings on compressor #1 and
this condition remains for more than 20 minutes, then
compressor #2 will be energized until the thermostat is
satisfied.
Once the thermostat has been satisfied, it will de-energize “Y1”
and “Y2”. If the compressors have satisfied their minimum run
times, the compressors and condenser fans are de-energized.
Otherwise, the unit operates each cooling system until the
minimum run times for the compressors have been completed.
Upon the final compressor de-energizing, the blower is stopped
following the elapse of the fan off delay for cooling, and the
economizer damper goes to the closed position. If the unit is in
continues fan operation, the economizer damper goes to the
minimum position.
Economizer With Dual Enthalpy Sensors
The operation with the dual enthalpy sensors is identical to the
single sensor except that a second enthalpy sensor is mounted
in the return air. This return air sensor allows the economizer to
choose between outdoor air and return air, whichever has the
lowest enthalpy value, to provide maximum operating
efficiency.
Economizer With Power Exhaust
A unit equipped with an economizer (single or dual enthalpy)
and a power exhaust operates as specified above with one
addition. The power exhaust motor is energized 45 seconds
after the actuator position exceeds the exhaust fan set point on
the economizer control. When the power exhaust is operating,
the second stage of mechanical cooling will not operate. As
always, the "R" to "G" connection provides minimum position
but does not provide power exhaust operation.
Motorized Outdoor Air Dampers
This system operation is the same as the units with no outdoor
air options with one exception. When the “R” to “G” circuit is
complete, the motorized damper drives open to a position set
by the thumbwheel on the damper motor. When the “R” to “G”
circuit is opened, the damper spring returns fully closed.
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High-Pressure Limit Switch
During cooling operation, if a high-pressure limit switch opens,
the UCB will de-energize the associated compressor, initiate
the ASCD (Anti-short cycle delay), and, if the other compressor
is idle, stop the condenser fans. If the call for cooling is still
present at the conclusion of the ASCD, the UCB will re-energize
the halted compressor.
Should a high-pressure switch open three times within two
hours of operation, the UCB will lock-out the associated
compressor and flash a code (see Table 24). If the other
compressor is inactive, the condenser fans will be deenergized.
Low-Pressure Limit Switch
The low-pressure limit switch is not monitored during the initial
30 seconds of a cooling system's operation. For the following
30 seconds, the UCB will monitor the low-pressure switch to
ensure it closes. If the low-pressure switch fails to close after
the 30-second monitoring phase, the UCB will de-energize the
associated compressor, initiate the ASCD, and, if the other
compressor is idle, stop the condenser fans. If the LPS is still
open after the ASCD, the compressor will not be energized for
30 seconds. The second and third times that the UCB sees an
open LPS will count towards the three occurrences that will
cause a UCB lock-out.
Once the low-pressure switch has been proven (closed during
the 30-second monitor period described above), the UCB will
monitor the low-pressure limit switch for any openings. If the
low-pressure switch opens for greater than 5 seconds, the UCB
will de-energize the associated compressor, initiate the ASCD,
and, if the other compressor is idle, stop the condenser fans.
If the call for cooling is still present at the conclusion of the
ASCD, the UCB will re-energize the halted compressor.
Should a low-pressure switch open three times within one hour
of operation, the UCB will lock-out the associated compressor
and flash a code (Table 24). If the other compressor is inactive,
the condenser fans will be de-energized.
Freezestat
During cooling operation, if a freezestat opens, the UCB will deenergize the associated compressor, initiate the ASCD, and, if
the other compressor is idle, stop the condenser fans. If the call
for cooling is still present at the conclusion of the ASCD, the
UCB will re-energize the halted compressor.
Should a freezestat open three times within two hours of
operation, the UCB will lock-out the associated compressor and
flash a code (Table 24). If the other compressor is inactive, the
condenser fans will be de-energized.
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Low Ambient Cooling
Flash Codes
To determine when to operate in low ambient mode, the UCB
has a pair of terminals connected to a temperature-activated
switch set at 45ºF. When the low ambient switch is closed and
the thermostat is calling for cooling, the UCB will operate in the
low ambient mode.
The UCB will initiate a flash code associated with errors within
the system. Refer to UNIT CONTROL BOARD FLASH CODES
Table 24.
Low ambient mode operates the compressors in this manner:
10 minutes on, 5 minutes off. The indoor blower is operated
throughout the cycle. The 5-minute off period is necessary to
defrost the indoor coil.
Remove the call for cooling, by raising thermostat setting higher
than the conditioned space temperature. This resets any
pressure or freezestat flash codes.
Low ambient mode always begins with compressor operation.
Compressor minimum run time may extend the minutes of
compressor operation. The defrost cycle will begin immediately
following the elapse of the minimum run time.
When operating in low ambient mode, the UCB will not lockout
the compressors due to a freezestat trip. However, a freezestat
trip will de-energize the associated compressor. If the call for
cooling is still present at the end of the ASCD and the freezestat
has closed, the unit will resume operation.
Safety Controls
The unit control board monitors the following inputs for each
cooling system:
1.
A suction line freezestat to protect against low evaporator
temperatures due to a low airflow or a low return air
temperature, (opens at 26 ± 5 °F and resets at 38 ± 5°F).
2.
A high-pressure switch to protect against excessive
discharge pressures due to a blocked condenser coil or a
condenser motor failure, (opens at 625 ± 25 psig and
resets 500 ± 25 psig).
3.
A low-pressure switch to protect against loss of refrigerant
charge, (opens at 50 ± 5 psig and resets at 71 ± 5 psig).
The above pressure switches are hard-soldered to the unit. The
refrigeration systems are independently monitored and
controlled. On any fault, only the associated system will be
affected by any safety/preventive action. The other refrigerant
system will continue in operation unless it is affected by the
fault as well.
The unit control board monitors the temperature limit switch of
electric heat units and the temperature limit switch and the gas
valve of gas furnace units.
Reset
Electric Heating Sequence Of Operations
The following sequence describes the operation of the electric
heat section.
Single-stage heating: (applies only to 18 KW heater, all other
heaters MUST use a two-stage thermostat)
a. Upon a call for heat by the thermostat, the heater
contactor (6M) will be energized. After completing the
specified fan on delay for heating, the UCB will energize
the blower motor.
b The thermostat will cycle the electric heat to satisfy the
heating requirements of the conditioned space.
Two-stage heating: (applies to all heaters except 18 KW)
a. Upon a call for first-stage heat by the thermostat, the
heater contactor (6M) (6M & 7M on 72 KW, 240V) will be
energized. After completing the specified fan on delay for
heating, the UCB will energize the blower motor.
If the second stage of heat is required, heater contactor
(7M) will be energized. Note that on the 54 KW, 240V
heater, heater contactors (7M & 8M) will be energized and
on the 72 KW, 240V heater, heater contactors (8M & 9M)
will be energized. After completing the specified fan on
delay for heating, the UCB will energize the blower motor.
b The thermostat will cycle the electric heat to satisfy the
heating requirements of the conditioned space.
NOTE: All 240 & 480V heaters are provided with manual reset
backup protection limits. These will de-energize the
heaters should the primary limit fail to open or the
contactors fail to open in a failure mode.
Electric Heat Operation Errors
Compressor Protection
Temperature Limit
In addition to the external pressure switches, the compressors
also have inherent (internal) protection. If there is an abnormal
temperature rise in a compressor, the protector will open to shut
down the compressor. The UCB incorporates features to
minimize compressor wear and damage. An Anti-Short Cycle
Delay (ASCD) is utilized to prevent operation of a compressor
too soon after its previous run. Additionally, a minimum run time
is imposed any time a compressor is energized.
If the UCB senses zero volts from the high temperature limit,
the indoor blower motor is immediately energized.
This limit is monitored regardless of unit operation status, i.e.
the limit is monitored at all times.
If the temperature limit opens three times within one hour, it will
lock-on the indoor blower motor and a flash code is initiated
(See Table 24).
The ASCD is initiated on unit start-up and on any compressor
reset or lock-out.
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Safety Controls
Electric Heat Anticipator Setpoints
The UCB monitors the temperature limit switch of electric heat
units.
It is important that the anticipator setpoint be correct. Too high
of a setting will result in longer heat cycles and a greater
temperature swing in the conditioned space. Reducing the
value below the correct setpoint will give shorter “ON” cycles
and may result in the lowering of the temperature within the
conditioned space. Refer to Table 20 for the required electric
heat anticipator setting.
The control circuit includes the following safety controls:
Temperature Limit Switch (TLs)
1.
Temperature Limit Switch (TLS 1, 2).
This control is located inside the heater compartment and
is set to open at the temperature indicated in the Limit
Control Setting Table 19. It resets automatically. The limit
switch operates when a high temperature condition,
caused by inadequate supply air flow occurs, thus shutting
down the heater and energizing the blower.
2.
Temperature Limit Switch (TLS 3, 4, 5 and 6).
This control is located inside the heater compartment and
is set to open at the temperature indicated in the Limit
Control Setting Table 19. It is a manual reset limit. These
limit switches will de-energize the heaters should the
primary limit fail to open or the contactors fail to open in a
failure mode.
Table 19: Limit Control Setting
Unit
(Tons)
Voltage
15
240
17.5, 20
and 25
240
15, 17.5,
20 and 25
460
15, 17.5,
20 and 25
600
Heater
Kw
18
36
54
72
18
36
54
72
18
36
54
72
18
36
54
72
Temperature,
Limit Switch
1, 2
Opens, °F
120
120
120
120
140
140
140
140
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
Temperature,
Limit Switch
3, 4, 5, 6
Opens, °F
170
170
170
170
200
200
200
200
170
170
170
170
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Flash Codes
The UCB will initiate a flash code associated with errors within
the system. Refer to UNIT CONTROL BOARD FLASH CODES
Table 24.
Reset
Remove the call for heating by lowering the thermostat setting
lower than the conditioned space temperature.This resets any
flash codes.
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Table 20: Electric Heat Anticipator Setpoint
Heater
Kw
18
36
54
72
18
36
54
72
18
36
54
72
Voltage
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60
Th1
0.29
0.29
0.29
0.29
0.29
0.29
0.29
0.29
0.29
0.29
0.29
0.29
Setting, Amps
Th2
0.29
0.58
0.58
0.29
0.29
0.29
0.29
0.29
0.29
Gas Heating Sequence Of Operations
The following sequence describes the operation of the gas heat
section.
When the thermostat calls for the first stage of heating, the lowvoltage control circuit from “R” to “W1” and “G” is completed,
thru the UCB. The heat relay “RW1” is energized. The “RW1-2”
contacts close energizing the draft motor control. The draft
motor control contacts close and start the draft motor. As the
speed of the draft motor reaches approximately 2500 RPM, the
centrifugal switch contact, located on the end of the draft motor
shaft, closes to power the first stage ignition module “IC1”, thru
the “RW1-1” contacts.
Ignition module “IC1” will immediately start the first stage igniter
sparking and will open the redundant valve located inside the
first stage main gas valve “GV1” to allow a flow of gas to only
the first stage carryover tube. Only after the pilot flame has
been ignited and the presence of pilot flame detected at the
“IC1” by a signal sent back through the flame sensor is sparking
terminated and the first stage main gas valve opened.
Gas flows into each of the main burners and is ignited from the
carryover tube flame.
After completing the specified fan on delay for heating, the UCB
will energize the blower motor.
If “IC1” fails to detect a pilot flame, it will continue to try for a
maximum of 85 seconds to ignite the pilot tube. If the pilot flame
is not detected, then “IC1” will lock out first stage furnace
operation for five minutes or until 24V power is removed from
the module either at the unit or by resetting the room
thermostat.
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When the thermostat calls for the second stage of heating, the
low-voltage control circuit from “R” to “W2” is completed, thru
the UCB. Heat relay “RW2” is energized. The “RW2-1” contact
is closed energizing the second stage ignition module “IC2”.
“IC2” will immediately start the second stage igniter sparking
and will open the redundant valve located inside the second
stage main gas valve “GV2” to allow a flow of gas to the second
stage carryover tube. Only after the pilot flame has been ignited
and the presence of pilot flame detected at “IC2” by a signal
sent back through the flame sensor is sparking terminated and
the main gas valve opened.
Gas flows into each of the second stage main burners and is
ignited from the carryover tube flame.
If “IC2” fails to detect a pilot flame, it will continue to try for a
maximum of 85 seconds to ignite the pilot tube. If the pilot flame
is not detected, then “IC2” will lock out first stage furnace
operation for five minutes or until 24V power is removed from
the module either at the unit or by resetting the room
thermostat.
NOTE: That the second stage furnace can operate even if first
stage has locked out.
When the thermostat satisfies de-energizing the “RW2”and
“RW1”, thus opening all gas valves. The blower motor will
continue to run after the furnace is shut down until the specified
fan off delay for heating has been satisfied. The UCB will deenergize the blower motor.
Redundant valve
Main valve
Gas main
blower will be de-energized following the elapse of the fan off
delay for heating.
This limit is monitored regardless of unit operation status, i.e.
this limit is monitored at all times.
If the temperature limit opens three times within one hour, it will
lock-on the indoor blower motor and flash code is initiated (See
Table 24).
Gas Valve
The UCB continuously monitors the GV. Any time the UCB
senses voltage at the GV without a call for heat for a continuous
five-minute period, the UCB will lock-on the indoor blower and a
flash code is initiated (Table 24). When voltage is no longer
sensed at the GV, the UCB will de-energize the indoor blower
following the elapse of the fan off delay for heating.
If voltage has been sensed at the GV for at least 15 seconds
during the fan on delay for heating and GV voltage or “W1” is
lost, the indoor blower is forced on for the length of the fan off
delay for heating.
Safety Controls
The UCB monitors the temperature limit switch of gas heat units.
The control circuit includes the following safety controls:
Limit Switch (LS)
This control is located inside the gas heat compartment and is
set to open at the temperature indicated in the Gas Heat Limit
Control Settings Table 21. It resets automatically. The limit
switch operates when a high temperature condition, caused by
inadequate supply air flow occurs, thus shutting down the
heater and energizing the blower.
To main burner
Gas Valve
To pilot burner
Figure 21: Gas Valve Piping
When the thermostat calls for the first stage of heating, the lowvoltage control circuit from “R” to “W1” is completed. A call for
heat passes through the UCB to the ignition control board
(ICB). The UCB monitors the “W1” call and acts upon any call
for heat. Once voltage has been sensed at “W1”, the UCB will
initiate the fan on delay for heating, energizing the indoor
blower after the specified delay has elapsed.
When the thermostat has been satisfied, heating calls are
ceased. The GV is immediately de-energized. The blower is deenergized after the fan off delay for heating has elapsed. The
draft motor performs a 25-second post purge.
Gas Heating Operation Errors
Temperature Limit
If the UCB senses zero volts from the high temperature limit,
the indoor blower motor is immediately energized. When the
UCB again senses 24 volts from the temperature limit, the draft
motor will perform a 25-second post-purge and the indoor
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Centrifugal Switch (CS)
If the draft motor should fail, the centrifugal switch attached to
the shaft of the motor prevents the ignition controls and gas
valves from being energized.
Redundant Gas Valve
There are two separate gas valves in the furnace. Each valve
contains a main and a redundant valve. The redundant valves
are located upstream of the main gas valves. Should either or
both of the main gas valves fail in the open position the
redundant valves serve as back-ups and shut off the flow of gas.
Flame Sensor Rod / 100% Ignition Control Lock-Out.
The flame rods and controls are located per Proper Flame
Adjustment Figure 23. If an ignition control fails to detect a
signal from the flame sensor indicating the pilot flame is
properly ignited, then the main gas valve will not open. It will
continue to try and ignite the pilot for a maximum of 85 seconds,
then if the pilot flame is not detected, the ignition control will
lock out furnace operation until 24V power is removed from the
module either at the unit or by resetting the room thermostat.
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Rollout Switch
Gas Heat Anticipator Setpoints
This switch is located above the main burners in the control
compartment, which in the event of a sustained main burner
rollout shuts off and locks out both ignition controls closing both
gas valves. The ignition controls lock out furnace operation until
24V power is removed from the controls either at the unit or by
resetting the room thermostat.
It is important that the anticipator setpoint be correct. Too high
of a setting will result in longer heat cycles and a greater
temperature swing in the conditioned space. Reducing the
value below the correct setpoint will give shorter “ON cycles
and may result in the lowering of the temperature within the
conditioned space. Refer to Table 22 for the required gas heat
anticipator setting.
Auxiliary Limit Switch (AUX)
This control is located inside the heat exchanger compartment
and is set to open at 190°F. It is a manual reset switch. If AUX
trips, then the primary limit has not functioned correctly.
Replace the primary limit.
Table 21: Gas Heat Limit Control Setting
Capacity, MBH
Units
(Tons)
Input
Output
Limit Control
Opens, ºF
15, 17.5, 20 & 25
300
240
195
15, 17.5, 20 & 25
400
320
195
The ICB monitors the Pressure and Rollout switches of gas
heat units.
Table 22: Gas Heat Anticipator Setpoints
Gas Valve
Honeywell VR8440
White-Rodgers
36C68
Sensor #1
GV1
Gas
Valve
GV2
Gas
Valve
After installation has been completed:
1.
Check the electrical supply voltage being supplied. Be sure
that it is the same as listed on the unit nameplate.
2.
Set the room thermostat to the off position.
3.
Turn unit electrical power on.
4.
Set the room thermostat fan switch to on.
5.
Check indoor blower rotation.
• If blower rotation is in the wrong direction. Refer to
Phasing Section in general information section.
Check blower drive belt tension.
6.
Check the unit supply air (CFM).
7.
Measure evaporator fan motor's amp draw.
8.
Set the room thermostat fan switch to off.
9.
Turn unit electrical power off.
Ignitor #1
Operating Instructions
Sensor #2
Ignitor #2
0.11 amp
Prestart Check List
Ignitor Control #1
Rollout
Switch
0.30 amp
Start-Up (Cooling)
The control circuit includes the following safety controls:
Ignitor Control #2
Anticipator Setpoint
1st Stage
2nd Stage
Burner Compartment
1.
Turn unit electrical power on.
2.
Set the room thermostat setting to lower than the room
temperature.
3.
First stage compressors will energize after the built-in time
delay (five minutes).
4.
The second stage of the thermostat will energize second
stage compressor if needed.
Figure 22: Gas Valve and Controls
Flash Codes
The UCB will initiate a flash code associated with errors within
the system. Refer to UNIT CONTROL BOARD FLASH CODES
Table 24.
Post Start Check List
1.
Verify proper system pressures for both circuits.
Resets
2.
Measure the temperature drop across the evaporator coil.
Remove the call for heating by lowering the thermostat setting
lower than the conditioned space temperature. This resets any
flash codes.
3.
Measure the system amperage draw across all legs of 3
phase power wires.
4.
Measure the condenser fan amperage draw.
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Start-Up (Gas Heat)
units. If gas pressure is outside these limits, contact the
local gas utility or propane supplier for corrective action.
Pre-Start Check List
Complete the following checks before starting the unit.
1. Check the type of gas being supplied. Be sure that it is the
same as listed on the unit nameplate.
2.
Make sure that the vent and combustion hoods have been
properly installed.
Operating Instructions
Shut Down
1.
Set the thermostat to the lowest temperature setting.
2.
Turn “OFF” all electric power to unit.
3.
Open gas heat access panel.
4.
Turn gas valve clockwise to “OFF” position (See Figure 25).
Checking Gas Heat Input
This furnace is equipped with an intermittent pilot and
automatic re-ignition system. DO NOT attempt to
manually light the pilot.
Lighting The Main Burners
1.
Turn “OFF” electric power to unit.
2.
Turn room thermostat to lowest setting.
3.
Turn gas valve knob or switch to “ON” position (See
Figure 25).
4.
Turn “ON” electric power to unit.
5.
Set room thermostat to desired temperature (If thermostat
“set” temperature is above room temperature, pilot burner
ignition will occur and, after an interval to prove pilot flame,
main burners will ignite).
Post Start Checklist
After the entire control circuit has been energized and the
heating section is operating, make the following checks:
1. Check for gas leaks in the unit piping as well as the supply
piping.
FIRE OR EXPLOSION HAZARD
Failure to follow the safety warning exactly could result
in serious injury, death or property damage.
Never test for gas leaks with an open flame. use a
commercially available soap solution made specifically
for the detection of leaks to check all connections. A fire
or explosion may result causing property damage,
personal injury or loss of life.
2.
3.
Check for correct manifold gas pressures. (See CHECKING
GAS INPUT.)
Check the supply gas pressure. It must be within the limits
shown on the rating nameplate. Supply pressure should be
checked with all gas appliances in the building at full fire. At
no time should the standby gas pressure exceed 13 in. or
the operating pressure drop below 5.0 in for natural gas
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1.
Turn off all other gas appliances connected to the gas meter.
2.
With the furnace turned on, measure the time needed for
one revolution of the hand on the smallest dial on the
meter. A typical gas meter usually has a 1/2 or a 1 cubic
foot test dial.
3.
Using the number of seconds for each revolution and the
size of the test dial increment, find the cubic feet of gas
consumed per hour from the Gas Rate - Cubic Feet Per
Hour Table 23.
If the actual input is not within 5% of the furnace rating (with
allowance being made for the permissible range of the regulator
setting), replace the orifice spuds with spuds of the proper size.
NOTE: To find the Btu input, multiply the number of cubic feet
of gas consumed per hour by the Btu content of the gas
in your particular locality (contact your gas company for
this information - it varies widely from city to city.)
Table 23: Gas Rate Cubic Feet Per Hour
Seconds for
One Rev.
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
Size of Test Dial
1/2 cu. ft.
1 cu. ft.
450
300
228
180
150
129
113
100
90
82
75
69
64
900
600
450
360
300
257
225
200
180
164
150
138
129
EXAMPLE
By actual measurement, it takes 13 seconds for the hand on the
1-cubic foot dial to make a revolution with just a 300,000 Btuh
furnace running. Read across to the column in the table above,
headed “1 Cubic Foot”, where you will see that 278 cubic feet of
gas per hour are consumed by the furnace at that rate. Multiply
278 x 1050 (the Btu rating of the gas obtained from the local
gas company). The result is 292,425 Btuh, which is close to the
300,000 Btuh rating of the furnace.
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Manifold Gas Pressure Adjustment
Pilot Checkout
Small adjustments to the high-fire gas flow may be made by
turning the pressure regulator adjusting screw on the automatic
gas valve.
The pilot flame should envelope the end of the flame sensor. To
adjust pilot flame, (1) remove pilot adjustment cover screw, (2)
increase or decrease the clearance for air to the desired level,
(3) be sure to replace cover screw after adjustment to prevent
possible gas leakage.
Adjust as follows:
1.
Remove the cap on the regulator. It's located next to the
push-on electrical terminals.
Put the system into operation and observe through complete
cycle to be sure all controls function properly.
2.
To decrease the gas pressure, turn the adjusting screw
counterclockwise.
Burner Instruction
3.
To increase the gas pressure, turn the adjusting screw
clockwise.
NOTE: The correct manifold pressure for these furnaces is
3.65 IWG ± 0.3.
To check or change burners, pilot or orifices, CLOSE MAIN
MANUAL SHUT-OFF VALVE AND SHUT OFF ALL ELECTRIC
POWER TO THE UNIT.
1.
Remove the screws holding either end of the manifold to
the burner supports.
Adjustment Of Temperature Rise
2.
The temperature rise (the difference of temperature between the
return air and the heated air from the furnace) must lie within the
range shown on the CSA rating plate and the data in Table 10.
Open the union fitting in the gas supply line just upstream
of the unit gas valve and downstream from the main
manual shut-off valve.
3.
Remove the gas piping closure panel.
4.
Disconnect wiring to the gas valves and spark ignitors.
Remove the manifold-burner gas valve assembly by lifting
up and pulling back.
After the temperature rise has been determined, the CFM can
be calculated as follows:
Burner
Heat Tube
Exchanger
Pilot Tube
Burner Flame
(Blue Only)
Adjustable Shutter
After about 20 minutes of operation, determine the furnace
temperature rise. Take readings of both the return air and the
heated air in the ducts (about 6 feet from the furnace) where
they will not be affected by radiant heat. Increase the blower
CFM to decrease the temperature rise; decrease the blower
CFM to increase the rise (See SUPPLY AIR DRIVE
ADJUSTMENT).
NOTE: Each gas heat exchanger size has a minimum
allowable CFM. Below this CFM, the limit will open.
Burner Assembly Bracket
Gas Supply Pipe
Figure 24: Typical Flame
Burners are now accessible for service.
Reverse the above procedure to replace the assemblies. Make
sure that burners are level and seat at the rear of the heat
exchanger.
Burner Air Shutter Adjustment
Flame Sensor Bulb
Adjust burner shutters so no yellow flame is observed in the
heat exchanger tubes.
1/8” Gap Between
Carry-over Tube
and Flame Sensor Bulb
Carry-over Tube
Figure 23: Proper Pilot Flame Adjustment
Figure 25: Typical Gas Valve
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Charging The Unit
15 Ton Charging Chart
20 Ton Charging Chart
500
500
480
460
460
440
440
Discharge Pressure (psig)
400
380
95°F
Outdoor
360
340
85°F
Outdoor
320
300
260
240
220
105°F
Outdoor
420
Discharge Pressure (psig)
105°F
Outdoor
420
280
115°F
Outdoor
480
115°F
Outdoor
75°F
Outdoor
400
380
95°F
Outdoor
360
340
85°F
Outdoor
320
300
75°F
Outdoor
280
260
65°F
Outdoor
240
65°F
Outdoor
220
200
110 115 120 125 130 135 140 145 150 155 160 165 170
200
110 115 120 125 130 135 140 145 150 155 160 165 170
Suction Pressure (psig)
Suction Pressure (psig)
Figure 26: ZJ180 (15 Ton) Charging Chart
Figure 28: ZJ240 (20 Ton) Charging Chart
17.5 Ton Charging Chart
25 Ton Charging Chart
530
500
115°F
Outdoor
480
490
460
420
400
95°F
Outdoor
380
360
340
85°F
Outdoor
320
300
75°F
Outdoor
260
240
470
105°F
Outdoor
105°F
Outdoor
450
Discharge Pressure (psig)
Discharge Pressure (psig)
440
280
115°F
Outdoor
510
430
410
95°F
Outdoor
390
370
85°F
Outdoor
350
330
75°F
Outdoor
310
290
65°F
Outdoor
270
220
250
200
110 115 120 125 130 135 140 145 150 155 160 165 170
230
Suction Pressure (psig)
Figure 27: ZJ210 (17.5 Ton) Charging Chart
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Outdoor
95
100 105 110 115 120 125 130 135 140 145 150 155
Suction Pressure (psig)
Figure 29: ZJ300 (25 Ton) Charging Chart
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting of components may require opening
the electrical control box with the power connected to
the unit. Use extreme care when working with live
circuits! Check the unit nameplate for the correct line
voltage and set the voltmeter to the correct range before
making any connections with line terminals.
When not necessary, shut off all electric power to the
unit prior to any of the following maintenance
procedures so as to prevent personal injury.
Label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing
controls. Wiring errors can cause improper and
dangerous operation which could cause injury to person
and/or damage unit components. Verify proper
operation after servicing.
b. Proper wiring between the room thermostat and the
UCB, and
c. Loose wiring from the room thermostat to the UCB
8.
If 24 volts is present at the room thermostat but not at the
UCB, check for proper wiring between the thermostat and
the UCB, i.e. that the thermostat G terminal is connected to
the G terminal of the UCB, and for loose wiring.
9.
If the thermostat and UCB are properly wired, replace the
UCB.
On calls for cooling, the supply air blower motor is operating but
compressor #1 is not (the room thermostat fan switch is in the
“AUTO” position):
1.
If installed, check the position of the economizer blades. If
the blades are open, the economizer is providing free
cooling and the compressors will not immediately operate. If
both stages of cooling are requested simultaneously and the
economizer provides free cooling, following a short delay
compressor #1 will be energized unless it is locked out. If
compressor #1 is locked out, compressor #2 is energized.
Compressor #2 is always energized in place of compressor
#1 when compressor #1 is requested but locked out.
2.
If no economizer is installed or the economizer is not
opening to provide free cooling and compressor #1 does
not energize on a call for cooling, check for line voltage at
the compressor contactor, M1, and that the contactor is
pulled in. Check for loose wiring between the contactor and
the compressor.
3.
If M1 is pulled in and voltage is supplied at M1, lightly touch
the compressor housing. If it is hot, the compressor may be
off on inherent protection. Cancel any calls for cooling and
wait for the internal overload to reset. Test again when cool.
4.
If M1 is not pulled in, check for 24 volts at the M1 coil. If 24
volts are present and M1 is not pulled in, replace the
contactor.
5.
Failing the above, if voltage is supplied at M1, M1 is pulled
in, and the compressor still does not operate, replace the
compressor.
6.
If 24 volts is not present at M1, check for 24 volts at the
UCB terminal, C1. If 24 volts is present, check for loose
wiring between C1 and the compressor contactor.
7.
If 24 volts is not present at the C1 terminal, check for 24
volts from the room thermostat at the UCB Y1 terminal. If
24 volts is not present from the room thermostat, check for
the following:
a. 24 volts at the thermostat Y1 terminal
b. Proper wiring between the room thermostat and the
UCB, i.e. Y1 to Y1, Y2 to Y2, and
c. Loose wiring from the room thermostat to the UCB
8.
If 24 volts is present at the UCB Y1 terminal, the
compressor may be out due to an open high-pressure
switch, low-pressure switch, or freezestat. Check for 24
volts at the HPS1, LPS1, and FS1 terminals of the UCB. If
a switch has opened, there should be a voltage potential
between the UCB terminals, e.g. if LPS1 has opened, there
will be a 24-volt potential between the LPS1 terminals.
Cooling Troubleshooting Guide
On calls for cooling, if the compressors are operating but the
supply air blower motor does not energize after a short delay
(the room thermostat fan switch is in the “AUTO” position):
1.
Turn the thermostat fan switch to the ON position. If the
supply air blower motor does not energize, go to Step 2.
2.
If the supply air blower motor does not energize when the
fan switch is set to ON, check that line voltage is being
supplied to the contacts of the M3, contactor, and that the
contactor is pulled in. Check for loose wiring between the
contactor and the supply air blower motor.
3.
If M3 is pulled in and voltage is supplied to M3, lightly touch
the supply air blower motor housing. If it is hot, the motor
may be off on internal protection. Cancel any thermostat
calls and set the fan switch to AUTO. Wait for the internal
overload to reset. Test again when cool.
4.
If M3 is not pulled in, check for 24 volts at the M3 coil. If 24
volts are present at M3 but M3 is not pulled in, replace the
contactor.
5.
Failing the above, if there is line voltage supplied at M3, M3
is pulled in, and the supply air blower motor still does not
operate, replace the motor.
6.
If 24 volts is not present at M3, check that 24 volts is
present at the UCB supply air blower motor terminal,
“FAN”. If 24 volts is present at the FAN, check for loose
wiring between the UCB and M3.
7.
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If 24 volts is not present at the “FAN” terminal, check for 24
volts from the room thermostat. If 24 volts are not present
from the room thermostat, check for the following:
a. Proper operation of the room thermostat (contact
between R and G with the fan switch in the ON position
and in the AUTO position during operation calls).
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9.
If 24 volts is present at the UCB Y1 terminal and none of the
protection switches have opened, the UCB may have locked
out the compressor for repeat trips. The UCB should be
flashing an alarm code. If not, press and release the
ALARMS button on the UCB. The UCB will flash the last five
alarms on the LED. If the compressor is locked out, cancel
any call for cooling. This will reset any compressor lock outs.
If the LPS is still open after the ASCD, the compressor will
not be energized for 30 seconds. The second and third
times that the UCB sees an open LPS will count towards the
three occurrences that will cause a UCB lock-out.
NOTE: While the above step will reset any lockouts,
compressor #1 may be held off for the ASCD. See the
next step.
time. This programming can be checked or changed by the
local distributor.
15. If none of the above corrected the error, test the integrity of
the UCB. Disconnect the C1 terminal wire and jumper it to
the Y1 terminal. DO NOT jump the Y1 to C1 terminals. If
the compressor engages, the UCB has faulted.
16. If none of the above correct the error, replace the UCB.
On calls for the second stage of cooling, the supply air blower
motor and compressor #1 are operating but compressor #2 is
not (the room thermostat fan switch is in the “AUTO” position):
1.
If installed, check the position of the economizer blades. If
the blades are open, the economizer is providing free
cooling. If the second stage of cooling is requested,
following a short delay, compressor #1 will be energized
unless it is locked out. Typically, compressor #2 is
energized only during free cooling if the call for the second
stage of cooling persists for 20 minutes.
2.
Compressor #2 will not energize simultaneously with
compressor #1 if a call for both stages of cooling is
received. The UCB delays compressor #2 by 30 seconds
to prevent a power surge. If after the delay compressor #2
does not energize on a second stage call for cooling, check
for line voltage at the compressor contactor, M2, and that
the contactor is pulled in. Check for loose wiring between
the contactor and the compressor.
3.
If M2 is pulled in and voltage is supplied at M2, lightly touch
the compressor housing. If it is hot, the compressor may be
off on inherent protection. Cancel any calls for cooling and
wait for the internal overload to reset. Test again when cool.
4.
If M2 is not pulled in, check for 24 volts at the M2 coil. If 24
volts is present and M2 is not pulled in, replace the
contactor.
13. For units with economizers: If 24 volts is present at the Y1
“OUT” terminal, check for 24 volts at the Y1 “ECON”
terminal. If 24 volts is not present, check for loose wiring
from the Y1 “OUT” terminal to the Mate-N-Lock plug, a
poor connection between the UCB and economizer MateN-Lock plugs, loose wiring from the Mate-N-Lock plug to
the economizer, back to the Mate-N-Lock plug, and from
the Mate-N-Lock plug to the Y1 “ECON” terminal. If nothing
is found, the economizer control may have faulted and is
failing to return the 24-volt “call” to the Y1 “ECON” terminal
even though the economizer is not providing free cooling.
To test, disconnect the Mate-N-Locks and jumper between
the WHITE and YELLOW wires of the UCB’s Mate-N-Lock
plug. If compressor #1 energizes, there is a fault in the
economizer wiring or the economizer control.
5.
Failing the above, if voltage is supplied at M2, M2 is pulled
in, and the compressor still does not operate, replace the
compressor.
6.
If 24 volts is not present at M2, check for 24 volts at the
UCB terminal, C2. If 24 volts are present, check for loose
wiring between C2 and the compressor contactor.
7.
If 24 volts is not present at the C2 terminal, check for 24
volts from the room thermostat at the UCB Y2 terminal. If
24 volts is not present from the room thermostat, check for
the following:
a. 24 volts at the thermostat Y2 terminal
b. Proper wiring between the room thermostat and the
UCB, i.e. Y1 to Y1, Y2 to Y2, and
c. Loose wiring from the room thermostat to the UCB
14. The UCB can be programmed to lock out compressor
operation during free cooling and in low ambient
conditions. These options are not enabled by default. Local
distributors can test the UCB for this programming.
8.
If 24 volts is present at the UCB Y2 terminal, the
compressor may be out due to an open high-pressure
switch, low-pressure switch, or freezestat. Check for 24
volts at the HPS2, LPS2, and FS2 terminals of the UCB. If
a switch has opened, there should be a voltage potential
between the UCB terminals, e.g. if LPS2 has opened, there
will be 24 volts of potential between the LPS2 terminals.
9.
If 24 volts is present at the UCB Y2 terminal and none of
the protection switches have opened, the UCB may have
locked out the compressor for repeat trips. The UCB
10. If 24 volts is present at the UCB Y1 terminal and none of
the switches are open and the compressor is not locked
out, the UCB may have the compressor in an ASCD.
Check the LED for an indication of an ASCD cycle. The
ASCD should time out within 5 minutes. Press and release
the TEST button to reset all ASCDs.
11. If 24 volts is present at the UCB Y1 terminal and the
compressor is not out due to a protective switch trip, repeat
trip lock out, or ASCD, the economizer terminals of the UCB
may be improperly wired. Check for 24 volts at the Y1 “OUT”
terminal of the UCB. If 24 volts is present, trace the wiring
from Y1 “OUT” for incorrect wiring. If 24 volts is not present
at the Y1 “OUT” terminal, the UCB must be replaced.
12. For units without economizers: If 24 volts is present at the
Y1 OUT terminal, check for 24 volts at the Y1 “ECON”
terminal. If 24 volts is not present, check for loose wiring
from the Y1 “OUT” terminal to the Mate-N-Lock plug, the
jumper in the Mate-N-Lock plug, and in the wiring from the
Mate-N-Lock plug to the Y1 “ECON” terminal.
For units with factory installed economizers, the UCB is
programmed to lock out compressor operation when the
LAS set point is reached.
For units without factory installed or with field installed
economizers, the UCB allows compressor operation all the
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should be flashing a code. If not, press and release the
ALARMS button on the UCB. The UCB will flash the last
five alarms on the LED. If the compressor is locked out,
6.
If 24 volts is not present at M1, check for 24 volts at the
UCB terminal, C1. If 24 volts is present, check for loose
wiring between C1 and the compressor contactor.
remove any call for cooling at the thermostat or by
disconnecting the thermostat wiring at the Y1, Y2, Y3 and
Y4 on the UCB terminal. This will reset any compressor
lock outs, except LPS lockouts these can only be reset by
cycling power to UCB.
7.
If 24 volts is not present at the C1 terminal, check for 24
volts from the room thermostat at the UCB Y1 terminal. If
24 volts are not present at the UCB Y1 terminal, the UCB
may have faulted. Check for 24 volts at the Y1 ECON
terminal. If 24 volts is not present at Y1 “ECON”, the UCB
has faulted. The UCB should de-energize all compressors
on a loss of call for the first stage of cooling, i.e. a loss if 24
volts at the Y1 terminal.
8.
If 24 volts are present at the UCB Y1 terminal, the
compressor may be out due to an open high-pressure
switch, low-pressure switch, or freezestat. Check for 24
volts at the HPS1, LPS1, and FS1 terminals of the UCB. If
a switch has opened, there should be a voltage potential
between the UCB terminals, e.g. if LPS1 has opened, there
will be a 24-volt potential between the LPS1 terminals.
9.
If 24 volts is present at the UCB Y1 terminal and none of
the protection switches have opened, the UCB may have
locked out the compressor for repeat trips. The UCB
should be flashing a code. If not, press and release the
ALARMS button on the UCB. The UCB will flash the last
five alarms on the LED. If the compressor is locked out,
remove any call for cooling. This will reset any compressor
lock outs, except LPS lockouts. These can only be reset by
cycling power to the UCB.
NOTE: While the above step will reset any lock outs,
compressor #1 will be held off for the ASCD, and
compressor #2 may be held off for a portion of the
ASCD. See the next step.
10. If 24 volts is present at the UCB Y2 terminal and none of
the switches are open and the compressor is not locked
out, the UCB may have the compressor in an ASCD.
Check the LED for an indication of an ASCD cycle. The
ASCD should time out within 5 minutes. Press and release
the TEST button to reset all ASCDs.
11. The UCB can be programmed to lock out compressor
operation during free cooling and in low ambient
conditions. These options are not enabled by default. Local
distributors can test the UCB for this programming.
For units with factory installed economizers, the UCB is
programmed to lock out compressor operation when the
LAS set point is reached.
For units without factory installed or with field installed
economizers, the UCB allows compressor operation all the
time. This programming can be checked or changed by the
local distributor.
12. If none of the above corrected the error, test the integrity of
the UCB. Disconnect the C2 terminal wire and jumper it to
the Y2 terminal. DO NOT jump the Y2 to C2 terminals. If
the compressor engages, the UCB has faulted.
13. If none of the above correct the error, replace the UCB.
On a call for cooling, the supply air blower motor and
compressor #2 are operating but compressor #1 is not (the
room thermostat fan switch is in the “AUTO” position):
1.
Compressor #2 is energized in place of compressor #1
when compressor #1 is unavailable for cooling calls. Check
the UCB for alarms indicating that compressor #1 is locked
out. Press and release the ALARMS button if the LED is
not flashing an alarm.
2.
Check for line voltage at the compressor contactor, M1,
and that the contactor is pulled in. Check for loose wiring
between the contactor and the compressor.
3.
If M1 is pulled in and voltage is supplied at M1, lightly touch
the compressor housing. If it is hot, the compressor may be
off on inherent protection. Cancel any calls for cooling and
wait for the internal overload to reset. Test again when cool.
4.
If M1 is not pulled in, check for 24 volts at the M1 coil. If 24
volts is present and M1 is not pulled in, replace the
contactor.
5.
Failing the above, if voltage is supplied at M1, M1 is pulled
in, and the compressor still does not operate, replace the
compressor.
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NOTE: While the above step will reset any lock outs,
compressor #2 will be held off for the ASCD, and
compressor #1 may be held off for a portion of the
ASCD. See the next step.
10. If 24 volts is present at the UCB Y1 terminal and none of
the switches are open and the compressor is not locked
out, the UCB may have the compressor in an ASCD.
Check the LED for an indication of an ASCD cycle. The
ASCD should time out within 5 minutes. Press and release
the TEST button to reset all ASCDs.
11. If 24 volts is present at the UCB Y1 terminal and the
compressor is not out due to a protective switch trip, repeat
trip lock out, or ASCD, the economizer terminals of the UCB
may be improperly wired. Check for 24 volts at the Y1 “OUT”
terminal of the UCB. If 24 volts is present, trace the wiring
from Y1 “OUT” for incorrect wiring. If 24 volts is not present
at the Y1 “OUT” terminal, the UCB must be replaced.
12. For units without economizers: If 24 volts is present at the
Y1 “OUT” terminal, check for 24 volts at the Y1 “ECON”
terminal. If 24 volts is not present, check for loose wiring
from the Y1 “OUT” terminal to the Mate-N-Lock plug, the
jumper in the Mate-N-Lock plug, and in the wiring from the
Mate-N-Lock plug to the Y1 “ECON” terminal.
For units with economizers: If 24 volts is present at the Y1
“OUT” terminal, check for 24 volts at the Y1 “ECON”
terminal. If 24 volts is not present, check for loose wiring
from the Y1 “OUT” terminal to the Mate-N-Lock plug, a
poor connection between the UCB and economizer MateN-Lock plugs, loose wiring from the Mate-N-Lock plug to
the economizer, back to the Mate-N-Lock plug, and from
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the Mate-N-Lock plug to the Y1 “ECON” terminal. The
economizer control may have faulted and is not returning
the 24 volts to the Y1 “ECON” terminal even though the
economizer is not providing free cooling. To test the
economizer control, disconnect the Mate-N-Locks and
jumper between the WHITE and YELLOW wires of the
UCB’s Mate-N-Lock plug.
5.
Failing the above, if there is line voltage supplied at M3, M3
is pulled in, and the supply air blower motor still does not
operate, replace the motor.
6.
If 24 volts is not present at M3, check that 24 volts is
present at the supply air blower motor terminal on the UCB.
If 24 volts is present at the UCB terminal, check for loose
wiring between the UCB and M3.
a. If 24 volts is not present at the UCB supply air blower
motor terminal, check for 24 volts from the room
thermostat. If 24 volts is not present from the room
thermostat, check for the following:
• Proper operation of the room thermostat (contact
between R and G with the fan switch in the “ON” position
and in the “AUTO” position during operation calls.)
• Proper wiring between the room thermostat and the
UCB, and
• Loose wiring from the room thermostat to the UCB
7.
If 24 volts is present at the room thermostat but not at the
UCB, check for proper wiring between the thermostat and
the UCB, i.e. that the thermostat G terminal is connected to
the G terminal of the UCB, and for loose wiring.
8.
If the thermostat and UCB are properly wired, replace the
UCB.
9.
If the blower motor runs with the fan switch in the “ON”
position but does not run shortly after the furnace has
ignited when the fan switch is in the “AUTO” position,
check the room thermostat for contact between R and G
during “W1” calls.
13. The UCB can be programmed to lock out compressor
operation during free cooling and in low ambient
conditions. These options are not enabled by default. They
can be checked by local distributors.
For units with factory installed economizers, the UCB is
programmed to lock out compressor operation when the
LAS set point is reached.
For units without factory installed or with field installed
economizers, the UCB allows compressor operation all the
time. This programming can be checked or changed by the
local distributor.
14. If none of the above corrected the error, test the integrity of
the UCB. Disconnect the C1 terminal wire and jumper it to
the Y1 terminal. DO NOT jump the Y1 to C1 terminals. If
the compressor engages, the UCB has faulted.
15. If none of the above correct the error, replace the UCB.
Gas Heat Troubleshooting Guide
On calls for heating, the draft motor operates and the furnace
lights but the supply air blower motor does not energize after a
short delay (the room thermostat fan switch is in “AUTO”
position).
The furnace may shut down on a high temperature
condition during the procedure. If this occurs, the UCB
energize the supply air blower motor until the high
temperature limit has reset. Caution should be used at
all times as the supply air blower may energize
regardless of the room thermostat fan switch position.
1.
Place the thermostat fan switch in the “ON” position. If the
supply air blower motor energizes, go to Step 9.
2.
If the supply air blower motor does not energize when the
fan switch is set to “ON,” check that line voltage is being
supplied to the contacts of the M3 contactor, and that the
contactor is pulled in. Check for loose wiring between the
contactor and the supply air blower motor.
3.
4.
If M3 is pulled in and voltage is supplied at M3, lightly touch
the supply air blower motor housing. If it is hot, the motor
may be off on inherent protection. Cancel any thermostat
calls and set the fan switch to “AUTO”, wait for the internal
overload to reset. Test again when cool.
If M3 is not pulled in, check for 24 volts at the M3 coil. If 24
volts is present at M3 but M3 is not pulled in, replace the
contactor.
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On calls for heating, the supply air blower operates but the draft
motor does not (the room thermostat fan switch is in the
“AUTO” position).
1.
The draft motor has inherent protection. If the motor shell is
hot to the touch, wait for the internal overload to reset.
2.
If the motor shell is cold with the room thermostat calling
for heat, check for line voltage at the motor's Mate-N-Lok
connector attached to the evaporator partition. If line
voltage is present, replace the draft motor.
3.
If line voltage is not present, check for line voltage at the
heat relay (RW1) contacts in the main control box and
check to see if the (RW1) is pulled in.
4.
If the (RW1) relay is pulled in, check for a loose line voltage
connection.
5.
If the (RW1) relay is not pulled in, check for 24 volts at the
(RW1) coil. If 24 volts is present, replace the (RW1) relay. If
24 volts is not present, check for a loose 24 volt connection
back to the relay board and check the connections from the
room thermostat to the relay board. If all connections are
correct, replace the relay board.
The draft motor runs but the furnace does not light and the
sparker does not spark.
1.
The ignition control (IC1, IC2) may be locked out due to
either a flame roll out or 100% shut off. These safety features
are described above. If lock-out has occurred, 24V must be
removed from the ignition controls. This is done at the unit or
by resetting the room thermostat. After resetting 24V, check
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for proper furnace operation. If lock-out continues to occur,
locate the source of the problem and correct.
2.
Check the supply pressure as described in “POST START
CHECK LIST” page 47. Make adjustments as necessary.
2.
Check all 24 volt connections from the relay board to and in
the gas heat section. Check low voltage connections to the
(ETD) located in the control box.
3.
Check the pilot orifice for obstruction as described in
paragraph above. Clean as needed but the problem should
not be the gas valve.
3.
If the furnace is hot, it may be out on an over-temperature
condition, wait for limit reset.
The pilot burner ignites but the ignitor continues to spark and
the main burners do not ignite.
4.
If the furnace is cold, check for 24 volts at wire 241
attached to the electrical time delay (ETD) located in the
main control box. If 24 volts is not found, replace the ETD.
1.
Make the same checks and adjustment as described in
“PILOT CHECKOUT” page 48.
2.
5.
24 volts is found at wire 241, remove the wires attached to the
(TDR) and with a VOM, check for continuity across contacts 1
and 2. If none is found, the (TDR) is open and must be
replaced. If there is continuity, re-attach the wires.With the
draft motor running, check for 24 volts at terminal 4 of (RW12) and (RW2-1). If 24 volts is not present, the centrifugal
switch (CS) has not closed or has gone bad. Check the line
voltage to the unit - if it is correct, replace the draft motor. If
line voltage is low, call the power company.
Check the supply pressure as described in “POST START
CHECK LIST” page 47. Make adjustments as necessary.
6.
Check for 24V at terminal 2 of (RW1-2 and RW2-1). If 24V
is not present, check for 24V at (RW1 and RW2) relay
coils. If these relays are pulled in, then check for a loose
connection at terminal 2 and terminal 4 of each relay. If no
problem is found, then replace (RW1 and/or RW2) as
required.
7.
If 24 volts is present at the ignitor controls, check all control
wiring at the ignitor controls and the high tension wire to
the ignitors. Check that the ground wires from the ignitor
controls, the gas valves and pilot burners are all intact and
making good electrical connection. Check to make sure
that the ceramic insulator on the pilot ignitors or sensors is
not broken or cracked, if all are intact, replace the ignition
control IC1 or IC2.
The draft motor runs and the ignitor sparks at the pilot burner
but the pilot does not ignite and a gas odor is not detected at
the draft motor outlet.
1.
Check to make sure gas is being supplied to the unit. Make
sure that the gas pressure to the unit is within the proper
limits as described in the “POST START CHECK LIST”
page 47 and that the pilot adjust screw is allowing some
flow of gas as described in “PILOT CHECKOUT” page 48.
2.
Check all wiring between the ignitor control and the gas
valve. Check to make sure the ground connections are
intact.
3.
If the wiring is intact, check for 24 volts across terminals
“PV” and “COMMON” on the ignitor control. If 24 volts is
not present, replace the ignitor control.
4.
If 24 volts is present, remove the pilot burner and remove
the pilot orifice from the pilot burner. The orifice is removed
in the direction opposite the flow of gas. Inspect the orifice
for obstruction. If it is clear, replace the main gas valve.
The ignitor sparks at the pilot burner but the pilot does not ignite
and a gas odor is detected at the draft motor outlet.
1.
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Adjust the pilot adjust screw on the gas valve as described
in “PILOT CHECKOUT” page 48.
3.
Make sure that the pilot burner is not bent or damaged.
4.
Make sure that the ground connections at the pilot burner,
gas valve and ignitor control are intact. Check the high
tension wire for good electrical connection. If all are intact,
replace the ignitor module.
The pilot burner lights and the spark stops but the main burners
do not light.
1.
Check electrical connections between the ignitor control
and the gas valve. If intact, check for 24 volts across
terminals “MV” and “COMMON” terminals. If no voltage
detected, replace ignitor control. If voltage is present,
replace gas valve.
Furnace lights with roll-out or one burner has delayed ignition.
1.
Make sure that the pilot burner is aligned properly with the
carryover as described in “PILOT CHECKOUT” page 48.
2.
Make sure that the carryovers on adjoining burners are
screwed fast and are level with respect to one another.
Main burners light but exhibit erratic flame characteristics.
1.
Adjust air shutters as described in “BURNER AIR
SHUTTER ADJUSTMENT” page 48.
2.
Check the main burner orifices for obstruction and
alignment. Removal procedure is described in BURNER
INSTRUCTIONS page 48. Clean or replace burner orifices
and burners as needed.
Unit Board Flash Codes
Various flash codes are utilized by the unit control board (UCB)
to aid in troubleshooting. Flash codes are distinguished by the
short on and off cycle used (approximately 200ms on and
200ms off). To show normal operation, the control board
flashes a 1 second on, 1 second off “heartbeat” during normal
operation. This is to verify that the UCB is functioning correctly.
Do not confuse this with an error flash code. To prevent
confusion, a 1-flash, flash code is not used.
Alarm condition codes are flashed on the UCB lower left Red
LED, See Figure 30. While the alarm code is being flashed, it
will also be shown by the other LEDs: lit continuously while the
alarm is being flashed. The total of the continuously lit LEDs
equates to the number of flashes, and is shown in the table.
Pressing and releasing the LAST ERROR button on the UCB
can check the alarm history. The UCB will cycle through the last
five (5) alarms, most recent to oldest, separating each alarm
flash code by approximately 2 seconds. Flash code 21 is a non-
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alarm condition but due to the space constraints of the UCB,
will be indicated by the Red LED. In all other cases, a flashing
Green LED will be used to indicate non-alarm conditions.
In some cases, it may be necessary to “zero” the ASCD for the
compressors in order to perform troubleshooting. To reset all
ASCDs for one cycle, press and release the UCB TEST/
RESET button once.
Flash codes that do and do not represent alarms are listed in
Table 24.
Table 24: Unit Control Board Flash Codes
Flash
Codes
On Steady
1 Flash
2 Flashes
3 Flashes
4 Flashes
5 Flashes
6 Flashes
7 Flashes
8 Flashes
9 Flashes
10 Flashes
11 Flashes
12 Flashes
13 Flashes
14 Flashes
15 Flashes
16 Flashes
17 Flashes
18 Flashes
19 Flashes
20 Flashes
21 Flashes
OFF
Description
This is a Control Failure
Not Applicable
Control waiting ASCD1
HPS1 Compressor Lockout
HPS2 Compressor Lockout
LPS1 Compressor Lockout
LPS2 Compressor Lockout
FS1 Compressor Lockout
FS2 Compressor Lockout
Ignition Control Locked Out / Ignition Control Failure
Compressors Locked Out on Low Outdoor Air Temperature1
Compressors locked out because the Economizer is using free Cooling1
Unit Locked Out due to Fan Overload Switch Failure
Compressor Held Off due to Low Voltage1
EEPROM Storage Failure
HPS3 Compressor Lockout
HPS4 Compressor Lockout
LPS3 Compressor Lockout
LPS4 Compressor Lockout
FS3 Compressor Lockout
FS4 Compressor Lockout
Compressor Off due to Low SAT1
No Power or Control Failure
Green
LED 16
Flashing
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Flashing
Flashing
Off
Flashing
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
On
On
Off
Red
LED 8
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Red
LED 4
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
Off
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Red
Led 2
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
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On
On
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On
On
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On
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Red
LED 1
Off
On
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On
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1. Non-alarm conditions.
Check
Alarm
History
Reset All ASCDs
For One Cycle
Non Alarm Condition
Green LED Flashing
Current Alarm
Flashed Red LED
Figure 30: Unit Control Board
Unitary Products Group
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Subject to change without notice. Printed in U.S.A.
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Unitary
Products
Group
173463-YIM-C-0806
Supersedes: 173463-YIM-B-0706
5005
York
Drive
Norman
OK
73069
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