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2100-450 - Bard Manufacturing Company
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
COMMERCIAL ROOM VENTILATORS
WITH EXHAUST
MODEL
CHCRV-5
For Use with Bard CH Series 3, 4 & 5 Ton
2-Stage Wall Mount Heat Pumps
AND
S/W**H 3, 3½, 4 & 5 Ton
Single Stage Wall Mount Heat Pumps
Bard Manufacturing Company, Inc.
Bryan, Ohio 43506
Since 1914...Moving ahead just as planned.
© Copyright 2004
Manual :
Supersedes:
File:
Date:
2100-450H
2100-450G
Volume III Tab 19
05-28-10
Manual
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CONTENTS
General
General Information ................................................. 3
Unpacking ................................................................ 3
Description ............................................................... 3
Installation
Basic Installation ................................................. 4 - 6
CO2 Control ....................................................... 6 & 7
CRV Control Wiring ................................................. 8
Blade Adjustment for Desired Ventilation Air ......... 10
Commercial Room Ventilator –
CH Series ...................................................... 14 & 15
Commercial Room Ventilator –
S**H Series .................................................... 16 & 17
Commercial Room Ventilator –
W**H Series .................................................. 18 & 19
Figures
Figure 1 Removal of Exterior Panels, Air Filter and
Exhaust Cover Plate ............................... 4
Figure 2 Install Ventilator ...................................... 5
Figure 3 CO2 Sensor Default Settings ................... 7
Figure 4 CO2 Sensor Final Settings ...................... 7
Figure 5A Lead Connections for CH Series ............ 8
Figure 5B Lead Connections for S**H/W**H ........... 9
Figure 6 Call for Blower Op. CH Series .............. 14
Figure 7 Call for Cooling Op. CH Series ............. 15
Figure 8 Call for Blower Op. S**H Series ............ 16
Figure 9 Call for Cooling Op. S**H Series ........... 17
Figure 10 Call for Blower Op. W**H Series ........... 18
Figure 11 Call for Cooling Op. W**H Series ......... 19
Graphs
Graph 1
Graph 2
Graph 3
Graph 4
Graph 5
Graph 6
Graph 7
CH3S1 & W38H1 Vent Airflow .............. 10
CH4S1, W49H1, W61H1 Vent Airflow .... 11
CH5S1 Vent Airflow ............................... 11
W43H1 with CHCRV-5 .......................... 12
S38H1 with CHCRV-5 ........................... 12
S43H1 with CHCRV-5 ........................... 13
S49H1/S61H1 with CHCRV-5 ............... 13
Manufactured under U.S. patent number 5,301,744
Other patents pending
COPYRIGHT DECEMBER 2004
BARD MANUFACTURING COMPANY, INC.
BRYAN, OHIO USA 43506
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GENERAL
GENERAL INFORMATION
DESCRIPTION
The ventilator should only be installed by a trained
heating and air conditioning technician. These
instructions serve as a guide to the technician installing
the ventilator package. They are not intended as a step
by step procedure with which the mechanically inclined
owner can install the package.
The CHCRV-5 ventilator is designed to be used with
Bard CH Series 3 through 5 ton wall mount series heat
pumps and Bard S/W**H Series 3 through 5 ton wall
mount series heat pumps. They are electromechanical
vent systems designed to provide fresh air to meet
indoor air quality standards.
The ventilator housing is shipped in one carton which
contains the electrical harness, miscellaneous hardware
and installation instructions.
MODELS:
UNPACKING
Upon receipt of the equipment be sure to compare the
model number found on the shipping label with the
accessory identification information on the ordering and
shipping document to verify that the correct accessory
has been shipped.
When installed in the above-listed models, the CRV
provides built in exhaust provisions. When the damper
blade opens to bring fresh air in, the damper also opens
an exhaust relief. The exhaust air will flow into the
condenser section of the unit. The condenser fan will
help draw exhaust air out.
Inspect the carton housing of each ventilator as it is
received, and before signing the freight bill, verify that
all items have been received and that there is no visible
damage. Note any shortages or damage on all copies of
the freight bill. The receiving party must contact the
last carrier immediately, preferably in writing,
requesting inspection by the carrier’s agent. Concealed
damage not discovered until after loading must be
reported to the carrier within 15 days of its receipt.
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INSTALLATION
BASIC INSTALLATION
1. Unpack the ventilator assembly which includes the
integral ventilator with attached electrical harness
and miscellaneous hardware.
WARNING
Open and lock unit disconnect switch before
installing this accessory to prevent injury or
death due to electrical shock or contact with
moving parts. Turn thermostat to off.
FOR USE WITH
FOLLOWING UNITS
MODEL
CHCRV-5
CH3S1
CH4S1
CH5S1
S38H1
S43H1
S49H1/S61H1
W38H1
W43H1
W49H1/W61H1
2. Remove and save the existing exterior blower
access, filter access and service access panels on the
Bard wall mount unit. (See Figure 1.)
3. Remove and save existing unit air filter and screws
from front center grille. (See Figure 1.)
4. Remove and discard CRV exhaust cover plate.
5. Install ventilator by inserting the ventilator into the
unit to the far left side clearing the right filter
bracket. Once the ventilator is fully inserted, slide
the ventilator to the right until it is tight against the
back of the control panel. (See Figure 2.)
FIGURE 1
REMOVAL OF EXTERIOR PANELS, AIR FILTER AND EXHAUST COVER PLATE
Blower Access
Panel
Filter
Filter Access
Panel
Service Access
Panel
ERV Exhaust
Cover Plate
Screw
CRV Exhaust
Cover Plate
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IMPORTANT: Position front lip of ventilator on
top of front grille and condenser partition. (See
Figure 2 inset.) This is important to ensure proper
drainage of any water entering damper assembly.
6. Open control panel to gain access to unit low
voltage terminal block.
7. Route electrical harness leads through the 7/8"
bushings in control panel (See Figure 2) into low
voltage box.
8. Install the vent control board in the upper left
corner of the control panel. Route the pink, purple
and black wires through the upper grommet.
FIGURE 2
INSTALL VENTILATOR
Front of unit
with doors
removed
Route the pink, purple,
and black wires through
the upper grommet.
Route orange wire through
hole and into low voltage
terminal block area.
When installing CRV
position so hole in front
lip is centered over hole
in condenser grille to
insert a self drilling screw.
Right side of
CRV in unit
Service Door
FIGURE 3 INSET
SIDE SECTION
Note: Plug the (4) Ø.125 holes
Lip of CRV is to be
between the condenser
grille and service door
in the service door with
canoe clips.
Front Grille
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9. Connect purple wire from CHCRV to P terminal on
vent control. Connect pink wire from CHCRV to
P1 on vent control. Connect black wire from
CHCRV to C on vent control. Connect orange wire
from CHCRV to 01 terminal on unit low voltage
terminal block. Connect black wire from vent
control to C terminal on low voltage terminal strip.
Connect purple wire from vent control to Y1
terminal on low voltage terminal strip. Connect
yellow wire from vent control to Y terminal on low
voltage terminal strip. Connect red wire from vent
control to R on low voltage terminal strip.
10. Close control panel cover
11. Replace left filter support, filter and four (4) screws
in condenser grille.
12. Reinstall the blower access panel at top of unit and
secure with sheet metal screws.
13. Ventilator Checkout
A. Resupply power to unit.
B. Energize the evaporator blower by switching
thermostat to the manual fan position with heat/
cool in OFF position.
C. Ventilator should open to the position set by
#1 Potentiometer on vent control. Cycle
position adjustment thumbwheel to full open
through full close. Observe damper blade
operation throughout travel to assure free,
unobstructed movement.
D. De-energize evaporator blower. Damper blade
should close.
E. This completes ventilator checkout.
14. Replace mist eliminator. Be sure it is installed with
the drain holes to the bottom.
15. Remove blank off plate or barometric fresh air
damper installed on service access door. Plug four
(4) mounting holes with the plastic plugs provided
with the ventilator.
16. Replace service access panel.
17. Ventilator is now ready for operation.
CO2 CONTROL
For CO2-based control, add a CO2 sensor/controller
(Bard Part #8403-056) to the wall and run additional
optional wires as shown in Figure 5.
The CO2 controller also must be re-configured from the
standard default settings as it comes out of the box. See
next page for complete details.
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FIGURES 3 & 4
CO2 SENSOR DEFAULT & FINAL SETTINGS
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FIGURE 5A
LEAD CONNECTIONS FOR CH SERIES
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FIGURE 5B
LEAD CONNECTIONS FOR S**H, W**H SERIES
BLADE ADJUSTMENT FOR DESIRED
VENTILATOR AIR
Potentiometer R1. Adjusts the airflow during blower
operation only.
The amount of ventilation air supplied by the
commercial room ventilator is dependant on four (4)
factors.
1. Return air duct static pressure drop.
2. Supply air duct static pressure drop.
3. Indoor blower motor speed.
4. Damper blade open position setting.
Potentiometer R2. Adjusts the airflow during 1st stage
cooling or heating operation.
Potentiometer R3. Adjusts the airflow during 2nd
stage cooling or heating operation.
Energize blower only mode and adjust #1 Potentiometer
to desired airflow.
Refer to the graph below to determine the blade setting
necessary to achieve the ventilation air required for each
operating mode.
14
12
14
Potentiometer R3.
12
NA
NA
Energize 2nd stage cooling mode and adjust #3
Potentiometer to desired airflow.
Minimum damper position when using CO2 control
damper should be fully closed at 700 ppm or lower, if
not Potentiometer R7 can be adjusted clockwise (CW)
to close it. If it is fully closed at 700 ppm or lower, no
adjustments required.
FACTORY DEFAULT SETTINGS ARE:
CH
S**H
W**H
Potentiometer R1.
17
15
17
Potentiometer R2.
Energize 1st stage cooling mode and adjust #2
Potentiometer to desired airflow.
For more accurate adjustment, use a flowhood over the
intake opening to measure and adjust the airflow
operation.
GRAPH 1
CH3S1 & W38H1 VENT AIRFLOW
700
600
Ventilation Airflow (cfm)
500
400
Stage 2
Stage 1
Ventilation
300
200
100
0
0
5
10
Blade Position
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15
20
GRAPH 2
CH4S1, W49H1 & W61H1 VENT AIRFLOW
800
700
Ventilation Airflow (cfm)
600
500
Stage 2
400
Stage 1
Ventilation
300
200
100
0
0
5
10
15
20
Blade Position
GRAPH 3
CH5S1 VENT AIRFLOW
900
800
Ventilation Airflow (cfm)
700
600
500
Stage 2
Stage 1
Ventilation
400
300
200
100
0
0
5
10
15
20
Blade Position
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GRAPH 4
W43H1 with CHCRV-5
700
AIRFLOW (CFM)
600
) 500
M
F
C
( 400
w
o
lf 300
ri
A 200
100
0
0
4
8
12
17
Blade Position
Vent Air, Blower/Vent Mode
Vent Air, Cooling/Heating Mode
GRAPH 5
S38H1 with CHCRV-5
1200
AIRFLOW (CFM)
1000
)
M
F 800
C
(
w 600
o
lf
ri 400
A
200
0
0
4
8
12
17
Blade Position
Vent Air, Blower/Vent Mode
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Vent Air, Cooling/Heating Mode
GRAPH 6
S43H1 with CHCRV-5
AIRFLOW (CFM)
1200
) 1000
M
F
C
( 800
w
o
lf 600
ri
A 400
200
0
0
4
8
12
17
Blade Position
Vent Air, Blower/Vent Mode
Vent Air, Cooling/Heating Mode
GRAPH 7
S49H1/S61H1 with CHCRV-5
1200
AIRFLOW (CFM)
1000
) 800
M
F
C
(
w 600
o
lf
ri
A 400
200
0
0
4
8
12
17
Blade Position
Vent Air, Blower/Vent Mode
Vent Air, Cooling/Heating Mode
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COMMERCIAL ROOM VENTILATOR –
CH SERIES
COMMERCIAL ROOM VENTILATOR
SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
FEATURES
On a call for blower operation, CRV opens to a
position as set by #1 Potentiometer. See Figure 6.
• One piece construction – easy to install with no
mechanical linkage adjustment required.
• Exhaust air damper – built in with positive closed
position. Provides exhaust air capability to prevent
pressurization of tight buildings.
NOTE: These sequence decriptions do not apply if CO2
controller is used. The CRV will control according to
observed CO2 levels in the conditioned space. Refer to
information on Page 7.
• Actuator motor – 24 volt, power open, spring return
with built in torque limiting switch.
FIGURE 6
CALL FOR BLOWER OPERATION
Supply Air
Evaporator
Coil
Outside Air
Return Air
Damper Blade
Exhaust Air
Condenser
Air
Condenser
Coil
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A call for 1st stage cooling or heating cycles the
compressor, and the dampers reposition to the
Potentiometer #2 setpoint. A call for 2nd stage
cooling or heating energizes compressor solenoid
and repositions the damper blade to the Potentiometer
#3 position. On loss of blower operation, CRV closes
fully. See Figure 7.
FIGURE 7
CALL FOR COOLING OPERATION
Supply Air
Evaporator
Coil
Return Air
Damper Blade
Condenser
Air
Condenser
Coil
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COMMERCIAL ROOM VENTILATOR –
S**H SERIES
COMMERCIAL ROOM VENTILATOR
SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
FEATURES
On a call for blower operation, CRV opens to a
position as set by #1 Potentiometer. See Figure 8.
• One piece construction – easy to install with no
mechanical linkage adjustment required.
• Exhaust air damper – built in with positive closed
position. Provides exhaust air capability to prevent
pressurization of tight buildings.
NOTE: These sequence decriptions do not apply if CO2
controller is used. The CRV will control according to
observed CO2 levels in the conditioned space. Refer to
information on Page 7.
• Actuator motor – 24 volt, power open, spring return
with built in torque limiting switch.
FIGURE 8
CALL FOR BLOWER OPERATION
Evaporator
Coil
Supply Air
Return Air
Outside Air
Damper Blade
Exhaust Air
Condenser Air
Condenser Coil
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A call for 1st stage cooling or heating cycles the
compressor, and the dampers reposition to the
Potentiometer #2 setpoint. On loss of blower operation,
CRV closes fully. See Figure 9.
FIGURE 9
CALL FOR COOLING OPERATION
Evaporator
Coil
Supply Air
Return Air
Damper Blade
Condenser Air
Condenser Coil
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COMMERCIAL ROOM VENTILATOR –
W**H SERIES
COMMERCIAL ROOM VENTILATOR
SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
FEATURES
On a call for blower operation, CRV opens to a
position as set by #1 Potentiometer. See Figure 10.
• One piece construction – easy to install with no
mechanical linkage adjustment required.
• Exhaust air damper – built in with positive closed
position. Provides exhaust air capability to prevent
pressurization of tight buildings.
NOTE: These sequence decriptions do not apply if CO2
controller is used. The CRV will control according to
observed CO2 levels in the conditioned space. Refer to
information on Page 7.
• Actuator motor – 24 volt, power open, spring return
with built in torque limiting switch.
FIGURE 10
CALL FOR BLOWER OPERATION
Evaporator
Coil
Supply Air
Return Air
Outside Air
Damper Blade
Exhaust Air
Condenser Air
Condenser Coil
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A call for 1st stage cooling or heating cycles the
compressor, and the dampers reposition to the
Potentiometer #2 setpoint. On loss of blower operation,
CRV closes fully. See Figure 11.
FIGURE 11
CALL FOR COOLING OPERATION
Evaporator
Coil
Supply Air
Return Air
Damper Blade
Condenser Air
Condenser Coil
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