Carrier 48N Product data

Carrier 48N Product data
Product
Data
WEATHEREXPERT™
48/50N2,N3,N4,N5,N6,N7,N8,N9
Packaged Rooftop Cooling Units
with Gas Heat, Optional Electric Heat,
or Hydronic Heat
and ComfortLink Controls
75 to 150 Nominal Tons
WeatherExpert
™
Carrier’s 48/50N Series commercial
packaged rooftops offer:
• Puron® refrigerant (R-410A)
• multiple efficiency and capacity
choices
• electronic expansion valves
• double wall foam panel construction
• mixed air and final filter options
• flexible blank section and plenum
options
• non-overloading airfoil supply fan
• ComfortLink DDC controller with
Navigator™ user interface
• communication capability with i-Vu®,
BACnet*, Modbus†, or LonWorks**
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• Novation® heat exchanger technology
with microchannel coil
• scroll compressors with digital
compressor option
• full capacity operation at 125 F
• constant volume (CV)
• staged air volume (SAV™)
• variable air volume (VAV)
• Humidi-MiZer® adaptive
dehumidification option
• vertical or horizontal supply/return
configurations
• mixed vertical and horizontal supply/
return configurations
• optional return fan or modulating
power exhaust
• gas heat with optional modulating
control
• electric heat with optional SCR control
• hydronic heat option
Features/Benefits
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© Carrier Corporation 2013
Carrier's 48/50N commercial
packaged unit offers performance,
innovation and reliability. Key
components of the package
provide design flexibility, quality,
interoperability and ComfortLink
controls.
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Features/Benefits (cont)
Design flexibility
The 48/50N Series rooftop units with
ComfortLink controls are designed to
meet all customer requirements for
new construction, replacement jobs, or
special applications. The customer can
choose from the following:
• standard or high efficiency options
• standard or high capacity options
• CV, SAV™ or VAV applications
• double wall foam panel construction
with optional Agion® interior
• optional digital scroll compressors
• supply-fan motor sizes from 15 to
100 hp
• open drip proof (ODP) or totally
enclosed fan cooled (TEFC) motors
• up to 4 sizes of natural gas heat with
optional modulating control (48
Series units)
• 3 sizes of electric heat with optional
SCR (silicon controlled rectifier)
control (50 Series units)
• hydronic heat with modulating control (50 Series units)
• microchannel
heat
exchanger
(MCHX) condenser coils or e-coated
MCHX condenser coils
• integrated economizer with ultra
low-leak dampers per AMCA (Air
Movement and Control Association) Std 500
• modulating power exhaust or return
fan
• optional low outdoor sound configuration
• mixed air and final filter options
including pleated, bag, cartridge and
HEPA (high efficiency particulate
air) types
• Humidi-Mizer® adaptive dehumidification system
• optional auxiliary coil section or
blank sections in 4 or 8 ft lengths
Supply/return configurations —
The units may be provided with vertical
or horizontal supply, vertical or horizontal return, in any combination, e.g.,
horizontal supply with vertical return.
Exhaust and return options — Superior space pressure control is provided by specifying one of the modulating
power exhaust systems. Modulating
power exhaust systems utilize a variable frequency drive (VFD) to control
exhaust fan airflow rates to maintain a
user-established space pressure set
point. The power exhaust options include high and low static choices with a
wide range of motor horsepower available. For applications with ducted returns that have significant duct static
pressures an optional return fan and
building pressure control exhaust system is available. The return fan provides a separate fan system dedicated
to overcoming flow losses in the return
duct, thus reducing the total selection
load on the unit's supply fan. The return fan option includes a VFD which
modulates return fan airflow to match
supply fan airflow and to provide high
exhaust flow rate.
Efficiency/capacity options — The
customer is given the opportunity to
select the unit configuration that most
closely matches the application requirements. Standard efficiency units
offer efficiency levels that exceed
ASHRAE 90.1 requirements and will
meet the needs of many applications.
For the energy conscious customer the
high efficiency units provide efficiency
levels that meet or exceed the Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE) Tier 2
specifications. Standard and high capacity options allow the user to select
the capacity combination most appropriate for the application. The ability to
select efficiency and capacity levels will
provide up to four different unit combinations in each unit size. In addition,
all motors are premium efficiency designs and are VFD controlled to optimize energy usage.
Environmentally sound
Carrier's Puron® refrigerant (R-410A)
enables you to make an environmentally responsible decision. Puron refrigerant (R-410A) is an HFC refrigerant
that does not contain chlorine that is
damaging to the stratospheric ozone
layer. Puron refrigerant (R-410A) is unaffected by the Montreal Protocol. Puron refrigerant (R-410A) is a safe, efficient and environmentally sound refrigerant for the future.
Quality and reliability
The unit cabinet is constructed of double wall foam panels for the sides, floor
and ceiling of the airside section. The
foam panels provide excellent insulating properties, structural rigidity and
easily cleaned surfaces. The entire unit
is supported on roll formed high
strength steel base rails. These rails offer a stable base for the rooftop units
various components, e.g., compressors, coils, and side panels. In addition
the continuous rail design provides a
strong lifting platform to allow easy
placement of even the largest units.
Performance
Excellent full and part load efficiencies
are achieved by using multiple scroll
compressors and indoor coils with intertwined dual refrigerant circuits. Enhanced refrigerant control is achieved
through the use of electronic expansion valves (EXV). This enhanced conPage trol allows maximum utilization of the
Features/Benefits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7 Puron refrigerant and contributes to
Model Number Nomenclature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8,9 improved efficiency. The compresRatings and Capacities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-12 sors are equipped with crankcase
Physical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-23 heaters and protected by electronic
Options and Accessories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-27 sensors and logic to control minimum
Base Unit Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28-35 on and off times and reverse rotation.
Accessory Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36-40 The refrigerant circuits are both elecPerformance Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41,42 trically and mechanically independent,
Electrical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 to provide standby capability should
Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44-52 one circuit require service.
Application Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53,54
by ASHRAE (American Society
Typical Piping and Wiring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 *Sponsored
of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air ConditionTypical Wiring Schematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56-70 ing Engineers).
Guide Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71-92 †Registered trademark of Schneider Electric.
Table of contents
**Registered trademark of Echelon
corporation.
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Novation® heat exchanger
technology
cycling, and improve comfort in the
space.
The Novation heat exchanger design
with microchannel condenser coil is a
robust, cost effective alternative to traditional coil design for standard applications. Microchannel coils are also
sturdier than other coil types, making
them easier to clean without causing
damage to the coil. Due to the compact all aluminum design, microchannel coils reduce overall unit operating
weight. The streamlined microchannel
coil also reduces refrigerant charge by
up to 40% vs. conventional coil design.
Microchannel coils are not recommended by Carrier for marine, coastal,
or industrial environments unless a
Carrier-approved coating is applied.
ComfortLink controls
Airfoil supply fan
The supply fan is a single wheel of the
double width double inlet (DWDI) airfoil
type. The airfoil design is a non-overloading type and is the highest efficiency of all the centrifugal fan types. In
each unit size there are two supply fan
options available. The standard fan will
meet the static requirements of most
applications. For buildings with lengthy
and/or complex duct designs a highstatic airfoil fan option is available. Another consideration in selecting the
supply fan was the amount of additional pressure capability that is required
on highly featured rooftops. As a result, the selected fans were sized to
provide the required external static
pressure even when the rooftop unit is
fully loaded with options. In short, the
DWDI airfoil fans were selected to provide maximum efficiency in the 48/
50N rooftop, taking into consideration
the effect of the entire system.
Digital scroll compressor
In air conditioning applications, the
load may vary significantly, requiring a
means to vary the system capacity for
optimal system performance and control. The WeatherExpert Series large
rooftop units with digital scroll compression provide a highly efficient
means of capacity control using scroll
compressors. The digital compressor
technology provides smooth, vibration
free operation by axially unloading the
compliant scrolls. By varying the
amount of time that the scrolls are unloaded, the N Series unit is able to precisely match the system capacity to the
space load. This feature can reduce
energy consumption, provide better
dehumidification, reduce compressor
Factory-installed ComfortLink controls provide the capability for free
standing operation or may be linked
with a more extensive system. Factoryinstalled and programmed BACnet
communication capability provides
simple integration with the building
HVAC system (e.g., terminal devices),
an i-Vu® Open control system or a
BACnet building automation system.
ComfortLink controls also have the
capability to communicate with the
Carrier Comfort Network® (CCN) system. The 48/50N Series may also be
configured to communicate via MODBUS or LonWorks protocols if required by the application. This communication flexibility allows simple system
integration as well as data collection,
trending, monitoring and alarm displays.
A self-diagnostic microprocessor
manages all unit sequences, including
stages of cooling and unit safety controls. At start-up, the self-diagnostic
test verifies component operation and
calibration. Fault codes and expanded
fault descriptions reduce service troubleshooting time and difficulty.
The ComfortLink controls can also
interface directly with BACnet or CCN
controls on 35 and 45 Series VAV terminals to form a system for optimal efficiency and tenant comfort. All units
may also be applied to non-communicating building control systems via
switch and/or 4 to 20 mA signal to
provide remote occupancy control, fire
shutdown and smoke control modes,
IAQ (indoor air quality) modes, and demand limit sequences. In addition, VAV
units can interface with other control
systems via a 4 to 20 mA signal capability which permits control of supplyair temperature reset.
Standard ComfortLink controls functions include:
• easy to use, plain English, Navigator™ user interface module with a 4
x 24 character backlit LCD display
• supply-fan control based on occupancy schedule
• up to 8 steps of capacity control
with standard scroll compressors
• digital scroll compressor option
allows
variable
control
of
compressor capacity to precisely
match the load requirement of the
space
• lead-lag circuit control to equalize
the operating hours between the
dual refrigeration circuits
• 2-stage or modulating heat control
• adaptive optimal start/morning
warm-up
• adaptive optimal stop (CV only)
• head pressure control to 32 F ambient outdoor-air temperature
• economizer and ventilation control
• economizer sequence enabled by
standard outside air enthalpy switch
• adjustment of space set point in the
occupied space on CV and SAV
applications
• selectable supply air set point in
both CV, SAV, and VAV modes
• control of variable frequency drives
on supply, power exhaust, and
return fan motors
• interface with 35 or 45 Series VAV
terminals to create a complete
system
• IAQ and demand controlled ventilation control support
• space temperature reset (VAV applications)
• local or remote unit alarm and alert
monitoring
• filter maintenance alarm
• building ventilation mode purge
• self-monitoring diagnostics
• demand limiting
• external input to permit supply-air
temperature reset using a 4 to
20 mA signal from another control
system
Unique design
A unique feature of these units with
ComfortLink controls is that the standard control will support CV, SAV, and
VAV unit operations. The controls are
configured in the factory, based on the
unit model and options installed. A reset feature is included that allows the
technician to easily reset the ComfortLink configurations to the factory
settings. System functions like adaptive
optimal start, nighttime free cooling,
building smoke control modes, occupied heating and IAQ support are resident in the controls and can be easily
integrated into the control system
strategy.
Electronic expansion valves
The electronic expansion valves (EXV)
provide precise refrigerant control to
the evaporators. This maximizes the
efficiency of the refrigeration system
and minimizes energy consumption.
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Features/Benefits (cont)
Fan modulation
The ComfortLink controller maintains
supply duct pressure on VAV models
by monitoring the factory-installed duct
pressure transducer and sending commands to the supply fan variable frequency drive (VFD). The VFD varies
the supply fan airflow to maintain the
user-established duct pressure set point
in the supply duct.
Humidi-MiZer® adaptive dehumidification system
Carrier's Humidi-MiZer adaptive dehumidification system is an all-inclusive
factory-installed option that can be ordered with any WeatherExpert™ 48/
50N Series rooftop unit. This system
expands the envelope of operation of
the N Series rooftop to provide unprecedented flexibility that will meet
year-round comfort conditions. The
WeatherExpert N Series next generation version of Carrier's Humidi-MiZer
system includes modulating refrigerant
valves that provide variable flow bypass
around the condenser. This innovative
feature ensures exact control of the
supply-air temperature as the unit lowers the evaporator temperature to increase latent capacity. The evaporator
discharge temperature and the supply
air temperature set points may be configured in the ComfortLink controller
to meet the specific requirements of
the application.
The Humidi-MiZer adaptive dehumidification system has the industry's
only dual dehumidification mode setting. The WeatherExpert rooftop, coupled with the Humidi-MiZer adaptive
dehumidification system, is capable of
operating in normal design cooling
mode, sub-cooling mode, and hot gas
reheat mode.
In the normal design cooling mode
the unit will operate under the normal
sequence of operation, e.g., the ComfortLink system may control the evaporator discharge temperature to 55 F.
The Humidi-MiZer system is inactive.
In the sub-cooling mode the ComfortLink controller will control the refrigeration system to satisfy cooling
and dehumidification requirements, as
well as providing adequate reheat to
maintain the desired supply-air
temperature.
Hot gas reheat mode will operate
when the space requires dehumidification only. The ComfortLink controller
will control the refrigeration system to
provide latent capacity similar to that
provided in the full sub-cooling mode.
In addition, it can increase hot
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discharge gas bypass to the HumidiMiZer coil in order to heat the air to
the exact neutral state required - no
overcooling or overheating.
Supply air tempering
Modulating gas heat control and SCR
electric heat control options provide a
supply air tempering heat function during conditions of low mixed air temperature while the system is in the Ventilation mode. These low mixed air conditions occur when the outdoor
temperature is low and the outside-air
damper is in its minimum position, so
that the mixing of cold outside air and
return air results in mixed-air temperatures below 50 F. Both modulating gas
control and SCR electric heat options
will raise the air temperature leaving
the unit up to the tempering mode set
point.
VAV solution
The 48/50N ComfortLink control fully supports VAV applications. Carrier's
complete offering of single duct and
fan powered mixing boxes utilize a
unique control system which uses linkage to exchange data between the
zone terminals and their air source to
form a coordinated HVAC system. The
system's air source controller, zone
controllers, and bypass controller (if applicable) are linked so that their data
exchange can be managed by one zone
controller configured as the Master.
The VAV Master continuously scans
the system and gathers the following
information from each zone:
• Set points and zone temperature
• Zone size
• Occupancy status
• Damper position
• RH and CO2 values (if applicable)
The Master then performs calculations and sends the results to the air
source. Examples:
• If any zone is occupied, the system's
occupancy status is set to occupied.
• If the system is occupied, the Master
averages the space temperatures
from all occupied zones using their
normal terminal size at 1 in. velocity
pressure to apply a weighting factor
to that average (OCCSPT).
• The Master calculates weighted
average set points for heating and
cooling in occupied and unoccupied modes.
• If the zones supply CO2 or RH values, the Master calculates either a
maximum or average value as determined by the configuration for each.
The air source determines the operating mode from the information received, and then sends the following to
the Master:
• Air source mode
• Supply-air temperature
• Outside-air temperature
• Static pressure (if applicable)
By constantly monitoring individual
zones and performing numerous calculations, the Master is able to optimize
the system to appropriately meet demands at the zone level instead of
building wide. Energy savings are
achieved though system optimization
and control, eliminating wasteful energy losses throughout the building from
over-treating air. For more information
on Linkage and Carrier’s zoning products, see the Air Terminal and Controls
product literature.
Indoor air quality (IAQ)
Double wall foam panel construction in
the airstream is standard on the 48/
50N Series. This design provides an
easily cleaned interior surface and
eliminates the risk of insulation particles in the supply airstream. Double
wall construction with Agion® anti-microbial coating is also available as an
option. All units incorporate a double
sloped, stainless steel condensate drain
pan to prevent standing water from accumulating inside the rooftop air-conditioning unit. The condensate pan has
a recessed nonferrous condensate
drain connection. These units and controls have been developed to provide
the design community with the flexibility to meet individual job needs for both
comfort and IAQ. The basic unit features include:
• optional economizers capable of
handling up to 100% outdoor air
• integrated economizer operation to
minimize
mechanical
cooling
requirements during intermediate
seasons
• intertwined refrigeration circuits for
optimum performance at part load
operation
• optional digital compressor provides
improved part load control
• dual circuits with scroll compressors
on each circuit for reliability and
efficiency
• CV and SAV units provide multistage cooling capacity control based
on thermostat or space sensor input
• VAV units provide multiple stage,
cooling
capacity
control
for
improved part load operation and
greater efficiency
• optional digital compressors provide
a nearly infinite number of steps of
capacity for unmatched load matching and part load performance
• Humidi-MiZer adaptive dehumidification system
• refrigeration system designed to
operate with outdoor temperatures
down to 32 F, optionally to –20 F.
• modulating power exhaust or return
fan options for precise building
pressure control
Filtration
The filter options include mixed air and
final filter choices. The MERV ratings
range from a MERV 8 to a MERV 17
HEPA type. The filters are snug fitting
in a rigid track with seals that limit air
leakage around the filters.
Installation and serviceability
Access panels — All full-size access
panels are hinged for easy access to
serviceable components. No fasteners
need to be removed to open the
hinged panels. This reduces service
time and prevents roof leaks caused by
discarded screws puncturing the roof.
Electrical connections — Single
point electrical connections are standard on all units. Electrical service access can be made through roof curb or
side of unit. All 48N units provide a
single point gas connection.
Run testing — To ensure a successful
start-up, every rooftop unit is factory
run tested.
Unit design — Unit design is ETL
and ETL, Canada, listed according to
UL (Underwriters Laboratories) Standard 1995.
Navigator™ display module —
When using the standard Navigator
user interface, serviceability becomes
even easier, including:
• local or remote alarm and alert
monitoring
• self-diagnostic run testing to confirm
control and component operation
• expedited troubleshooting and unit
repair through self-diagnostic display of unit troubleshooting alert
and alarm codes with expanded text
descriptions to immediately identify
reason for unit outage
• filter maintenance alarm
• monitoring of supply-air fan run
time, permitting easy service schedule planning
Tranducers — Serviceability is further
facilitated with suction and discharge
pressure transducers. These allow suction pressure and discharge pressure to
be monitored remotely with alarm capability. These transducers also control
condenser head pressure to maintain
the minimum differential pressure required across the electronic expansion
valve (EXV) for proper operation, reducing energy consumption.
Non-fused disconnect — A factory
installed non-fused disconnect (NFD)
option is available to simplify unit installation and improve unit serviceability. The location of the NFD in the
main control box simplifies field power
supply routing into the unit. The NFD
incorporates an access panel interlock
feature, ensuring that all power to the
unit will be disconnected before a service person opens the control box.
Gas heat units (48N units)
The 48N units are gas heating units,
using natural gas combustion, with up
to 4 heat sizes available for every unit.
The unit heating systems employ multiple heat exchanger sections, with each
section equipped with a 2-stage redundant gas valve and independent ignition control, with all sections operating
in parallel.
Units with gas modulating heating
are equipped with an additional modulating gas valve installed downstream
of the 2-stage redundant gas valve.
Gas heat system — The induced
draft fan system draws hot combustion
gas through the heat exchanger tubes
at the optimum rate for the most effective heat transfer and combustion process. The heat exchanger operates under a negative pressure, preventing
flue gas leakage into the indoor supply
air.
Flue outlet hoods with wind baffles
are located on the side of the unit, to
minimize the effects of wind on heating operations. Standard units use 2stage control, for unoccupied, morning
warm-up and occupied space heating.
Modulating control option is available
by specifying the modulating gas control option.
A single hinged panel gains access to
the complete heat exchanger assembly
and controls, for improved serviceability. A single point gas connection provides for easy installation.
Heat exchanger — The tubular steel
heat exchanger design optimizes heat
transfer for improved efficiency. The
tubular design permits multiple passes
across the supply air path. Each tube
has an individual in-shot burner, ensuring uniform combustion in each tube
of the heat exchangers. Tubes are dimpled to create a turbulent gas flow to
maximize heat efficiency and to ensure
uniform surface temperatures for reduced corrosion effects, improved durability and long-life service. Heat exchanger material is aluminized steel or
optionally, stainless steel for improved
corrosion resistance and reliability.
Integrated gas unit controller —
The IGC (integrated gas unit controller)
ignition and safety control system is
used on each heat exchanger section.
The IGC, unique to Carrier rooftop
units, simplifies system evaluation and
troubleshooting by providing system
status and visual fault notification via
an on-board LED (light-emitting diode).
Ignition is initiated by a direct spark
ignition system; flame status is determined by flame rectification process.
Combustion fan operation is proven by
a Hall Effect speed sensor circuit for
units equipped with 2-stage or staged
gas heat. For units equipped with modulating gas heat, combustion fan operation is proven with a pressure switch.
Safeties include flame rollout and limit
switch. Auto reset with manual lockout
is also provided for repeated limit
switch trips. The IGC also prevents
short-cycling due to thermostat jiggle
by ensuring a full minute heating cycle
operation on each call for heat.
Optional modulating gas heat —
The modulating gas heat option monitors unit supply-air temperature and
controls the unit heat exchanger to
provide first-stage demand heating
control, with modulation to maintain
user-configured heating supply air temperature set point. The option also
provides full-fire demand heating on
heating control command and tempering heat control, based on user-configured ventilation supply air temperature set point, to eliminate cold draft
conditions with low mixed-air temperatures. The modulating gas control option consists of a modulating controller
capable of ensuring the proper fuel air
mixture at operating firing rates, supply air temperature thermistors with
duct-mounting base, a limit switch temperature thermistor, and stainless steel
heat exchanger tubes.
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Features/Benefits (cont)
Electric heat units (50N units)
The 50N units may be equipped with
factory-installed electric heat, with 3
heat sizes available for every unit. The
heaters are resistance type, open wire
nichrome elements, insulated with ceramic bushings, and include operating
and safety controls. The standard
heater control is a 2-stage type. An
optional SCR control is available for
applications requiring precise leaving
air temperature control.
Optional SCR controlled electric
heat — The SCR electric heat option
monitors unit supply-air temperature
and controls the electric heaters to provide first-stage demand heating control, with modulation to maintain userconfigured heating supply air temperature set point. The option also provides full output demand heating on
heating control command and tempering heat control, based on user-configured ventilation supply air temperature set point, to eliminate cold draft
conditions with low mixed-air temperatures. The SCR control option consists
of an SCR controller capable of varying the heater output, supply air temperature thermistors with duct-mounting base, and required limit switch configurations.
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Power Exhaust or Return Fan
• Building pressure control
• VFD controlled
• High-static fan option
• Airflow measurement options
Mixed Air and Final Filter Options
• Bag, cartridge, or pleated styles
• MERV 8 to 17
Cabinet Features
• Double wall foam panel design
• Pre-painted panels
• High strength steel roll formed base rails
• Hinged access panels, both sides
• Optional 4' and 8' blank sections
• Agion® anti-microbial interior option
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High-Efficiency Airfoil Supply Fan
• Premium-efficiency ODP or TEFC motor
• VFD control with soft start
• High-static fan option
Ultra low leak economizer
• Blade and edge seals
ComfortLink DDC controller
• CV, SAV™ or VAV systems
• Multi-protocol communication
• Navigator™ user interface
• Prognostics and diagnostics
Evaporator section
• High-capacity evaporator option
• Electronic expansion valves
• Stainless steel double-sloped condensate pan
• Humidi-MiZer® dehumidification option
Condenser Section
• Novation® MCHX technology
• High-efficiency option
• Replaceable core filter drier option
• R-410A refrigerant
Heating Systems
• Gas, electric, or hydronic
• Staged or modulating control
• Induced-draft gas heat design
Supply/Return Configurations
• Vertical
• Horizontal
• Mixed
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Scroll compressors
• Efficient, dependable
• Up to 8 steps of
capacity control
• Variable capacity option
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Model number nomenclature
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48N UNITS
48 N2 D N 6 0 Option Code
48 – Cooling Unit with Gas Heat
Configuration
N2 – Vertical Suppy/Return, CV/SAV ComfortLink Controls
N3 – Vertical Supply/Return, VAV ComfortLink Controls
N4 – Horizontal Suppy/Return, CV/SAV ComfortLink Controls
N5 – Horizontal Suppy/Return, VAV ComfortLink Controls
N6 – Vertical Suppy/Horizontal Return, CV/SAV ComfortLink Controls
N7 – Vertical Supply/Horizontal Return, VAV ComfortLink Controls
N8 – Horizontal Suppy/Vertical Return, CV/SAV ComfortLink Controls
N9 – Horizontal Suppy/Vertical Return, VAV ComfortLink Controls
Heat and Chassis Options
– – No Heat
A – Medium Gas Heat
B – High Gas Heat
C – Low Gas Heat, Stainless Steel
D – Medium Gas Heat, Stainless Steel
E – High Gas Heat, Stainless Steel
F – Low Gas Heat, Stainless Steel, Modulating
G – Medium Gas Heat, Stainless Steel, Modulating
H – High Gas Heat, Stainless Steel, Modulating
J – Low Gas Heat, Humidi-MiZer® system
K – Medium Gas Heat, Humidi-MiZer system
L – High Gas Heat, Humidi-MiZer system
M – Low Gas Heat, Stainless Steel, Humidi-MiZer system
N – Medium Gas Heat, Stainless Steel, Humidi-MiZer system
P – High Gas Heat, Stainless Steel, Humidi-MiZer system
Q – Low Gas Heat, Stainless Steel, Modulating, Humidi-MiZer system
R – Medium Gas Heat, Stainless Steel, Modulating, Humidi-MiZer system
S – High Gas Heat, Stainless Steel, Modulating, Humidi-MiZer system
T – Low Gas Heat, Extended Chassis
V – Medium Gas Heat, Extended Chassis
W – High Gas Heat, Extended Chassis
X – Low Gas Heat, Stainless Steel, Extended Chassis
Y – Medium Gas Heat, Stainless Steel, Extended Chassis
Z – High Gas Heat, Stainless Steel, Extended Chassis
2 – Low Gas Heat, Stainless Steel, Modulating, Extended Chassis
3 – Medium Gas Heat, Stainless Steel, Modulating, Extended Chassis
4 – High Gas Heat, Stainless Steel, Modulating, Extended Chassis
Quality Assurance
Certified to ISO 9001
Factory Options
See note below
Design Revision Level
0 – Initial Release
S – Special Order Unit
Voltage Options
1 – 575-3-60
6 – 460-3-60
Unit Size – Nominal Tons
N – 75
P – 90
Q – 105
R – 120
S – 130
T – 150
LEGEND
CV
— Constant Volume
SAV™ — Staged Air Volume
VAV
— Variable Air Volume
NOTE: Because of the large number of options and the many resulting combinations, the Applied Rooftop Builder software must be
used to generate the 10-digit option code for the unit model number.
Refer to the software for the different choices for unit factoryinstalled options. Once all of the options have been selected, the
software will generate the correct code. Unit options and accessories are listed in the Options and Accessories section.
8
50N UNITS
a50-8781
50 N2
D N 6 0 Option Code
Factory Options
See note below
50 – Cooling Only Unit
Configuration
N2 – Vertical Suppy/Return, CV/SAV ComfortLink Controls
N3 – Vertical Supply/Return, VAV ComfortLink Controls
N4 – Horizontal Suppy/Return, CV/SAV ComfortLink Controls
N5 – Horizontal Suppy/Return, VAV ComfortLink Controls
N6 – Vertical Suppy/Horizontal Return, CV/SAV ComfortLink Controls
N7 – Vertical Supply/Horizontal Return, VAV ComfortLink Controls
N8 – Horizontal Suppy/Vertical Return, CV/SAV ComfortLink Controls
N9 – Horizontal Suppy/Vertical Return, VAV ComfortLink Controls
Design Revision Level
0 – Initial Release
S – Special Order Unit
Voltage Options
1 – 575-3-60
6 – 460-3-60
Unit Size – Nominal Tons
N – 75
P – 90
Q – 105
R – 120
S – 130
T – 150
Heat* and Chassis Options
– – No Heat
A – Low Electric Heat, Plenum Unit
B – Medium Electric Heat, Plenum Unit
C – High Electric Heat, Plenum Unit
D – No Heat, Humidi-MiZer® system
E – Low Electric Heat, Plenum Unit, Humidi-MiZer system
F – Medium Electric Heat, Plenum Unit, Humidi-MiZer system
G – High Electric Heat, Plenum Unit, Humidi-MiZer system
H – No Heat, Plenum Unit
J – No Heat, Plenum Unit, Humidi-MiZer system
K – Low Electric Heat, Plenum Unit with SCR Control
L – Medium Electric Heat, Plenum Unit with SCR Control
M – High Electric Heat, Plenum Unit with SCR Control
N – No Heat with Extended Chassis
P – No Heat, Plenum Unit with Extended Chassis
Q – Low Electric Heat, Plenum Unit with Extended Chassis
R – Medium Electric Heat, Plenum Unit with Extended Chassis
S – High Electric Heat, Plenum Unit with Extended Chassis
T – No Electric Heat with Extended Chassis with Low Heat Hot Water Coil
V – No Electric Heat with Extended Chassis with High Heat Hot Water Coil
W – No Electric Heat Plenum Unit with Extended Chassis with Low Hot Water Coil
X – No Electric Heat Plenum Unit with Extended Chassis with High Hot Water Coil
Y – No Electric Heat with Extended Chassis with Low Heat Steam Coil
Z – No Electric Heat with Extended Chassis with High Heat Steam Coil
2 – No Electric Heat Plenum Unit with Extended Chassis with Low Heat Steam Coil
3 – No Electric Heat Plenum Unit with Extended Chassis with High Heat Steam Coil
4 – Low Electric Heat, Plenum Unit Humidi-MiZer with SCR Control
5 – Medium Electric Heat, Plenum Unit Humidi-MiZer with SCR Control
6 – High Electric Heat, Plenum Unit Humidi-MiZer with SCR Control
7 – Low Electric Heat, Plenum Unit with Extended Chassis with SCR Control
8 – Medium Electric Heat, Plenum Unit with Extended Chassis with SCR Control
9 – High Electric Heat, Plenum Unit with Extended Chassis with SCR Control
Quality Assurance
Certified to ISO 9001
CV
SAV
SCR
VAV
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Constant Volume
Staged Air Volume
Silicon Controlled Rectifier
Variable Air Volume
*Electric heat available on 460 V only.
NOTE: Because of the large number of options and the many resulting combinations, the Applied Rooftop Builder software must be
used to generate the 10-digit option code for the unit model number.
Refer to the software for the different choices for unit factoryinstalled options. Once all of the options have been selected, the
software will generate the correct code. Unit options and accessories are listed in the Options and Accessories section.
9
Ratings and capacities
UNIT DESIGN AIRFLOW LIMITS
UNIT SIZE
(NOMINAL CAPACITY, TONS)
N
(75)
P
(90)
Q
(105)
R
(120)
S
(130)
T
(150)
UNIT TYPE
48N Low Heat
48N High Heat
50N Electric Heat
50N No Heat
48N Low Heat
48N Medium Heat
48N High Heat
50N Electric Heat
50N No Heat
48N Low Heat
48N Medium Heat
48N High Heat
50N Electric Heat
50N No Heat
48N Low Heat
48N Medium Heat
48N High Heat
50N Electric Heat
50N No Heat
48N Low Heat
48N Medium Heat
48N High Heat
50N Electric Heat
50N No Heat
48N Low Heat
48N Medium Heat
48N High Heat
50N Electric Heat
50N No Heat
NOTE: Applies for standard filters only; additional filtration options may
reduce maximum allowed airflow.
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MINIMUM COOLING CFM
MAXIMUM CFM
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
18,000
18,000
18,000
18,000
18,000
21,000
21,000
21,000
21,000
21,000
24,000
24,000
24,000
24,000
24,000
26,000
26,000
26,000
26,000
26,000
30,000
30,000
30,000
30,000
30,000
37,500
37,500
37,500
37,500
45,000
45,000
45,000
45,000
45,000
47,000
47,000
47,000
47,000
47,000
60,000
60,000
60,000
60,000
60,000
60,000
60,000
60,000
60,000
60,000
60,000
60,000
60,000
60,000
60,000
TWO-STAGE GAS HEATING CAPACITIES - 48N UNITS
(Natural Gas on All Units)
UNIT SIZE
(NOMINAL CAPACITY, TONS)
NOMINAL
CAPACITY
N
(75)
75 Low Heat
75 High Heat
90 Low Heat
90 Medium Heat
90 High Heat
105 Low Heat
105 Medium Heat
105 High Heat
120 Low Heat
120 Medium Heat
120 High Heat
130 Low Heat
130 Medium Heat
130 High Heat
150 Low Heat
150 Medium Heat
150 High Heat
P
(90)
Q
(105)
R
(120)
S
(130)
T
(150)
GAS INPUT
(1000 Btuh)
Stage 1
Stage 2
600
800
900
1200
600
800
900
1200
1200
1600
600
800
900
1200
1200
1600
900
1200
1200
1600
1500
2000
900
1200
1200
1600
1500
2000
900
1200
1200
1600
1500
2000
EFFICIENCY
(%)
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
OUTPUT CAPACITY
(1000 Btuh)
Stage 1
Stage 2
486
648
729
972
486
648
729
972
972
1296
486
648
729
972
972
1296
729
972
972
1296
1215
1620
729
972
972
1296
1215
1620
729
972
972
1296
1215
1620
TEMP
RISE (F)
10-40
20-50
10-40
20-50
25-65
10-40
20-50
25-65
15-45
20-50
25-55
15-45
20-50
25-55
15-45
20-50
25-55
AIRFLOW (Cfm)
Min
15,000
15,000
18,000
18,000
18,000
21,000
21,000
21,000
24,000
24,000
24,000
26,000
26,000
26,000
30,000
30,000
30,000
Max
37,500
37,500
45,000
45,000
45,000
52,500
52,500
52,500
60,000
60,000
60,000
60,000
60,000
60,000
60,000
60,000
60,000
NOTES:
1. Ratings are approved for altitudes to 2000 ft. At altitudes over
2000 ft, ratings are 4% less for each 1000 ft above sea level.
2. At altitudes up to 2000 ft, the following formula may be used to calculate air temperature rise:
't =
maximum output capacity
1.10 x air quantity
3. At altitudes above 2000 ft, the following formula may be used:
't =
maximum output capacity
(.24 x specific weight of air x 60) (air quantity)
4. Minimum allowable temperature of mixed air entering the heat
exchanger during half-rate (first stage) operation is 35 F. There is no
minimum mixture temperature limitation during full-rate operation.
5. Temperature rise limits: see table.
6. On VAV (variable air volume) applications set the zone terminals to
provide minimum unit heating airflow as indicated in the table upon
command from Heat Interlock Relay (HIR) function.
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Ratings and capacities (cont)
MODULATING GAS HEATING CAPACITIES — 48N UNITS
(Natural Gas on All Units)
UNIT SIZE
(NOMINAL CAPACITY, TONS)
NOMINAL
CAPACITY
N
(75)
75 Low Heat
75 High Heat
90 Low Heat
90 Medium Heat
90 High Heat
105 Low Heat
105 Medium Heat
105 High Heat
120 Low Heat
120 Medium Heat
120 High Heat
130 Low Heat
130 Medium Heat
130 High Heat
150 Low Heat
150 Medium Heat
150 High Heat
P
(90)
Q
(105)
R
(120)
S
(130)
T
(150)
GAS INPUT
(1000 Btuh)
Stage 1
Stage 2
108
800
108
1200
108
800
108
1200
108
1600
108
800
108
1200
108
1600
108
1200
108
1600
108
2000
108
1200
108
1600
108
2000
108
1200
108
1600
108
2000
NOTES:
1. Ratings are approved for altitudes to 2000 ft. At altitudes over
2000 ft, ratings are 4% less for each 1000 ft above sea level.
2. At altitudes up to 2000 ft, the following formula may be used to calculate air temperature rise:
't =
maximum output capacity
1.10 x air quantity
EFFICIENCY
(%)
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
81
OUTPUT CAPACITY
(1000 Btuh)
Minimum Maximum
87.5
648
87.5
972
87.5
648
87.5
972
87.5
1296
87.5
648
87.5
972
87.5
1296
87.5
972
87.5
1296
87.5
1620
87.5
972
87.5
1296
87.5
1620
87.5
972
87.5
1296
87.5
1620
TEMP
RISE (F)
10-40
20-50
10-40
20-50
25-65
10-40
20-50
25-65
15-45
20-50
25-55
15-45
20-50
25-55
15-45
20-50
25-55
AIRFLOW (Cfm)
Min
5,250
5,250
6,300
6,300
6,300
7,350
7,350
7,350
8,400
8,400
8,400
9,100
9,100
9,100
9,100
10,500
10,500
Max
37,500
37,500
45,000
45,000
45,000
52,500
52,500
52,500
60,000
60,000
60,000
60,000
60,000
60,000
60,000
60,000
60,000
4. Minimum allowable temperature of mixed air entering the heat
exchanger during half-rate (first stage) operation is 35 F. There is no
minimum mixture temperature limitation during full-rate operation.
5. Temperature rise limits: see table.
6. On VAV (variable air volume) applications set the zone terminals to
provide minimum unit heating airflow as indicated in the table upon
command from Heat Interlock Relay (HIR) function.
3. At altitudes above 2000 ft, the following formula may be used:
't =
maximum output capacity
(.24 x specific weight of air x 60) (air quantity)
ELECTRIC HEATER CAPACITIES (460 V ONLY)
UNIT SIZE
(NOMINAL CAPACITY, TONS)
N (75)
P (90)
Q (105)
R (120)
S (130)
T (150)
NO. STAGES
LOW
(kW)
2
2
2
2
2
2
108
108
108
144
144
144
CAPACITY
PER
STAGE (%)
50,100
50,100
50,100
50,100
50,100
50,100
MED
(kW)
144
144
144
265
265
265
CAPACITY
PER
STAGE (%)
50,100
50,100
50,100
50,100
50,100
50,100
NOTES:
1. Minimum CFM is based on 200 per ton.
2. Maximum CFM is based on of 500 per ton for small chassis and 400 per ton for large chassis.
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HIGH
(kW)
190
265
265
300
300
300
CAPACITY
PER
STAGE (%)
50,100
50,100
50,100
50,100
50,100
50,100
MIN
CFM
MAX
CFM
15,000
18,000
18,000
24,000
24,000
24,000
37,500
45,000
52,500
60,000
60,000
60,000
Physical data
48/50N SIZES N-T (75-150 TONS NOMINAL CAPACITY)
BASE UNIT
NOMINAL CAPACITY (tons)
WEIGHT (lb)
Base Unit*
Split Unit - Main Section
Split Unit - Return Section
COMPRESSORS
Quantity
Oil Charge (oz) per Compressor
Compressor A1
Compressor A2
Compressor A3
Compressor A4
Compressor B1
Compressor B2
Compressor B3
Compressor B4
Stages of Capacity, % Total Capacity
Number of Refrigerant Circuits
REFRIGERANT
Type
Charge Amount
METERING DEVICE
Type... Quantity per Circuit
STANDARD EFFICIENCY UNIT CONDENSER
Material
Number of Total Coils
Total Face Area (sq ft)
HIGH EFFICIENCY UNIT CONDENSER
Material
Number of Total Coils
Total Face Area (sq ft)
EVAP-STANDARD CAPACITY with STD EFFICIENCY
Material
Quantity
Tube Type
Rows (each)
FPI
Total Face Area (sq ft)
EVAP-STANDARD CAPACITY with HIGH EFFICIENCY
Material
Quantity
Tube Type
Rows (each)
FPI
Total Face Area (sq ft)
EVAP-HIGH CAPACITY with STD EFFICIENCY
Material
Quantity
Tube Type
Rows (each)
FPI
Total Face Area (sq ft)
EVAP-HIGH CAPACITY with HIGH EFFICIENCY
Material
Quantity
Tube Type
Rows (each)
FPI
Total Face Area (sq ft)
CONDENSER FAN, STANDARD EFFICIENCY
Number of Fans
Type
Diameter (in.)
Motor Hp
Nominal Cfm
Motor Rpm
CONDENSER FAN, HIGH EFFICIENCY
Number of Fans
Type
Diameter (in.)
Motor Hp
Nominal Cfm
Motor Rpm
Cu-Al
FPI
MBtuh
MCHX
RTPF
LEGEND
— Copper-to-Aluminum
— Fins per Inch
— Btuh in Thousands
— Microchannel Heat Exchanger
— Round Tube Plate Fin
N
75
P
90
Q
105
R
120
S
130
T
150
12,000
9,110
2,890
12,455
9,565
2,890
12,455
9,565
2,890
16,170
12,880
3,290
16,860
13,570
3,290
17,040
13,750
3,290
5
110
ZP182
ZP182
0
0
ZP137
ZP137
ZP137
0
0,18,23,41,65,
82,100
2
6
110
ZP154
ZP154
ZP154
0
ZP182
ZP182
ZP182
0
0,11,15,33,49,
67,82,100
2
8
110
ZP154
ZP182
ZP182
ZP182
ZP154
ZP182
ZP182
ZP182
0,8,11,22,35,
48,61,74,87,100
2
8
110
ZP182
ZP182
ZP182
ZP182
ZP182
ZP182
ZP182
ZP182
0,9,13,25,38,
50,63,75,88,90
2
Scroll
6
8
110
110
ZP182
ZP182
ZP182
ZP154
ZP182
ZP154
0
ZP154
ZP182
ZP182
ZP182
ZP154
ZP182
ZP154
0
ZP154
0,13,17,33,50,
0,11,14,28,40,
67,83,100
52,64,76,88,100
2
2
R-410A
See Charge Table
Aluminum
4
138.7
Aluminum
4
138.7
CU-AL
2
Cross Hatched
4
16
78.8
CU-AL
2
Cross Hatched
4
16
78.8
CU-AL
2
Cross Hatched
6
16
78.8
CU-AL
2
Cross Hatched
6
16
78.8
Electronically controlled expansion devices... two (2) per circuit
MCHX
Aluminum
Aluminum
Aluminum
Aluminum
4
4
4
6
173.3
173.3
173.3
173.3
MCHX
Aluminum
Aluminum
Aluminum
Aluminum
6
6
6
6
173.3
260.0
260.0
260.0
RTPF
CU-AL
CU-AL
CU-AL
CU-AL
2
2
2
2
Cross Hatched Cross Hatched Cross Hatched
Cross Hatched
4
6
4
6
16
16
16
16
78.8
78.8
99.6
99.6
RTPF
CU-AL
CU-AL
CU-AL
CU-AL
2
2
2
2
Cross Hatched Cross Hatched Cross Hatched
Cross Hatched
4
6
4
6
16
16
16
16
78.8
78.8
99.6
99.6
RTPF
CU-AL
CU-AL
CU-AL
CU-AL
2
2
2
2
Cross Hatched Cross Hatched Cross Hatched
Cross Hatched
6
8
6
8
16
16
16
16
78.8
78.8
99.6
99.6
RTPF
CU-AL
CU-AL
CU-AL
CU-AL
2
2
2
2
Cross Hatched Cross Hatched Cross Hatched
Cross Hatched
6
8
6
8
16
16
16
16
78.8
78.8
99.6
99.6
Aluminum
6
260.0
NA
CU-AL
2
Cross Hatched
6
16
99.6
NA
CU-AL
2
Cross Hatched
8
16
99.6
NA
4
Prop/Metal
30.5
1
41,000
1140
6
Prop/Metal
30
1
81,000
1140
6
Prop/Plastic
30.5
1
81,000
1140
6
Prop/Plastic
30.5
1
81,000
1140
9
Prop/Metal
30
1
93,000
1140
9
Prop/Plastic
30.5
1
122,400
1140
6
Prop/Metal
30.5
1
61,000
1140
9
Prop/Plastic
30.5
1
93,000
1140
9
Prop/Plastic
30.5
1
93,000
1140
9
Prop/Plastic
30.5
1
93,000
1140
9
Prop/Plastic
30.5
1
93,000
1140
NA
*Base unit includes: economizer dampers and hoods, filter tracks less filters, evaporator coil
mounting less the evaporator, extended plenum, and standard efficiency condenser. For 75-105
nominal ton units only, base unit weight also includes the short supply fan section. See pages
22 and 23 for option weights.
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Physical data (cont)
48/50N SIZES N-T (75-150 TONS NOMINAL CAPACITY) (cont)
BASE UNIT
NOMINAL CAPACITY (tons)
HUMIDI-MIZER® COIL
Type
Material
Quantity
Surface
Total Face Area (sq ft)
STANDARD AND HIGH CAPACITY HOT WATER COILS
Type
Material
Quantity
Tube Type
Rows (each)
FPI
Total Face Area (sq ft)
STANDARD AND HIGH CAPACITY STEAM COIL
Type
Material
Quantity
Tube Type
Connection Size, Length (in.)
Total Face Area (sq ft)
HEATING SECTION LOW (48N ONLY)
Heating Section
Number of Heat Exchangers
Output (MBtuh)
Temperature Rise Range (F)
Efficiency (%)
Burner Orifice Quantity, Diameter (in.), Drill No.
Manifold Pressure (in. wg)
Line Pressure (in. wg) (min...max)
Firing Stages (Standard)
Firing Stages (Modulating)
Number of Gas Valves
HEATING SECTION MED (48N ONLY)
Heating Section
Number of Heat Exchangers
Input/Output (MBtuh)
Temperature Rise Range (F)
Efficiency (%)
Burner Orifice Quantity, Diameter (in.), Drill No.
Manifold Pressure (in. wg)
Line Pressure (in. wg) (min...max)
Firing Stages (Standard)
Firing Stages (Modulating)
Number of Gas Valves
HEATING SECTION HIGH (48N ONLY)
Heating Section
Number of Heat Exchangers
Input/Output (MBtuh)
Temperature Rise Range (F)
Efficiency (%)
Burner Orifice Quantity, Diameter (in.), Drill No.
Manifold Pressure (in. wg)
Line Pressure (in. wg) (min...max)
Firing Stages (Standard)
Firing Stages (Modulating)
Number of Gas Valves
SUPPLY FAN
Standard Supply Fan
Diameter (in.)
Wheel and Blade Type
Maximum Allowable Cfm
Maximum Allowable Speed (rpm)
Shaft Diameter at Pulley (in.)
High Static Supply Fan
Diameter (in.)
Wheel and Blade Type
Maximum Allowable Cfm
Maximum Allowable Speed (rpm)
Shaft Diameter at Pulley (in.)
14
N
75
P
90
Q
105
R
120
S
130
T
150
43
43
43
MCHX
Aluminum
1
E-Coated
34.5
43
43
RTPF
Aluminum Fin, Copper Tube
2
Smooth
2
12
22.4
26.4
RTPF
Aluminum Fin, Copper Tube, Steel Header, Sloped Casing
1
Smooth
2.50, 3.00
40.1
49.0
2
18
648
10-40
81
18, 0.1285, 30
3.1
5.8-11
2
14-100%
2
2
18
648
10-40
81
18, 0.1285, 30
3.1
5.8-11
2
14-100%
2
2
18
648
10-40
81
18, 0.1285, 30
3.1
5.8-11
2
14-100%
2
3
27
972
15-45
81
27, 0.1285, 30
3.1
6.2-11
2
9-100%
3
3
27
972
15-45
81
27, 0.1285, 30
3.1
6.2-11
2
9-100%
3
3
27
972
15-45
81
27, 0.1285, 30
3.1
6.2-11
2
9-100%
3
NA
3
27
972
20-50
81
27, 0.1285, 30
3.1
6.3-11
2
9-100%
3
3
27
972
20-50
81
27, 0.1285, 30
3.1
6.3-11
2
9-100%
3
4
36
1296
20-50
81
36, 0.1285, 30
3.1
6.2-11
2
7-100%
4
4
36
1296
20-50
81
36, 0.1285, 30
3.1
6.2-11
2
7-100%
4
4
36
1296
20-50
81
36, 0.1285, 30
3.1
6.2-11
2
7-100%
4
3
27
972
20-50
81
27, 0.1285, 30
3.1
6.3-11
2
9-100%
3
4
36
1296
25-65
81
36, 0.1285, 30
3.1
6.3-11
2
7-100%
4
4
36
1296
25-65
81
36, 0.1285, 30
3.1
6.3-11
2
7-100%
4
5
45
1620
25-55
81
45, 0.1285, 30
3.1
6.2-11
2
5-100%
5
5
45
1620
25-55
81
45, 0.1285, 30
3.1
6.2-11
2
5-100%
5
5
45
1620
25-55
81
45, 0.1285, 30
3.1
6.2-11
2
5-100%
5
28
DWDI Airfoil
42,000
1,800
2.25
32
DWDI Airfoil
60,000
1,550
2.5
40
DWDI Airfoil
52,500
1,250
3
40
DWDI Airfoil
60,000
1,250
3
48/50N SIZES N-T (75-150 TONS NOMINAL CAPACITY) (cont)
BASE UNIT
NOMINAL CAPACITY (tons)
OPTIONAL POWER EXHAUST
Power Exhaust
Diameter (in.)
Wheel and Blade Type
Maximum Allowable Cfm
Maximum Allowable Speed (rpm)
Shaft Diameter at Pulley (in.)
High Static Power Exhaust
Diameter (in.)
Wheel and Blade Type
Maximum Allowable Cfm
Maximum Allowable Speed (rpm)
Shaft Diameter at Pulley (in.)
OPTIONAL RETURN FAN
Return Fan
Diameter (in.)
Wheel and Blade Type
Maximum Allowable Cfm
Maximum Allowable Speed (rpm)
Shaft Diameter at Pulley (in.)
High Static Return Fan
Diameter (in.)
Wheel and Blade Type
Maximum Allowable Cfm
Maximum Allowable Speed (rpm)
Shaft Diameter at Pulley (in.)
MIXED AIR FILTERS
MERV 7 Pleated Filters
Quantity
Size (in.)
MERV 8 Pleated Filters
Quantity
Size (in.)
MERV 14 Pleated Filters
Quantity
Size (in.)
MERV 14 Cartridge Filters, 2 or 4-in. in Pre-Filters
Quantity
Size (in.)
MERV 14 Bag, 2 or 4-in. in Pre-Filters
Quantity
Size (in.)
MERV 15 Bag, 2 or 4-in. in Pre-Filters
Quantity
Size (in.)
FINAL FILTERS
MERV 14 Cartridge Filters, 2 or 4-in. in Pre-Filters
Quantity
Size (in.)
MERV 15 Bag, 2 or 4-in. in Pre-Filters
Quantity
Size (in.)
MERV 17 HEPA, 2 or 4-in. in Pre-Filters
Quantity
Size (in.)
OUTSIDE AIR SCREENS
Standard Hood (Motorized OA and Economizer Options)
Quantity
Size (in.)
N
75
P
90
R
120
S
130
T
150
23
DWDI Forward Curve
60,000
1,200
1.75
20
42,000
1,200
1.75
45
Q
105
36
DWDI Forward Curve
42,000
650
2.5
40
DWDI Forward Curve
60,000
600
3
40
SWSI Plenum Airfoil
52,500
1236
2.5
40
SWSI Plenum Airfoil
60,000
1236
2.5
50
56
SWSI Plenum Airfoil
60,000
850
60,000
780
60,000
720
3
2 inch, MERV 7
28
20x24x2
4 inch, MERV 8
28
20x24x4
4 inch, MERV 8
28
20x24x4
12 inch, MERV 14 Cartridge Filters
20
(15) 20x24x12, (5) 24x24x12
12 inch, MERV 14 Bag Filters
20
(15) 20x24x12, (5) 24x24x12
19 inch, MERV 15 Bag Filters
20
(15) 20x24x19, (5) 24x24x19
2 inch, MERV 7
28
20x25x2
4 inch, MERV 8
28
20x25x4
4 inch, MERV 8
28
20x25x4
12 inch, MERV 14 Cartridge Filters
20
24x24x12
12 inch, MERV 14 Bag Filters
20
24x24x12
19 inch, MERV 15 Bag Filters
20
24x24x19
12 inch, MERV 14 Cartridge Filters
19
(14) 20x24x12, (5) 24x24x12
19 inch, MERV 15 Bag Filters
19
(14) 20x24x19, (5) 24x24x19
12 inch, MERV 17 HEPA Filters, 99.99%
19
(14) 24x12x12, (5) 24x24x12
12 inch, MERV 14 Cartridge Filters
19
24x24x12
19 inch, MERV 15 Bag Filters
19
24x24x19
12 inch, MERV 17 HEPA Filters, 99.99%
19
24x24x12
Aluminum Frame, Permanent
12 Screens
16 7/8 x 31
16 Screens
16 7/8 x 31
15
Physical data (cont)
MULTIPLE UNIT MINIMUM SEPARATION
D
A
E
F
B
MINIMUM SPACING (ft)
C
UNIT
48
Series
50
Series
A
B
C
D
E
F
12
8
12
10
10
10
10
8
8
10
10
10
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REFRIGERANT CHARGE
UNIT SIZE
(NOMINAL CAPACITY, TONS)
N
(75)
P
(90)
Q
(105)
R
(120)
S
(130)
T
(150)
UNIT CONFIGURATION
Standard Capacity Standard Efficiency
High Capacity Standard Efficiency
Standard Capacity High Efficiency
High Capacity High Efficiency
Standard Capacity Standard Efficiency
High Capacity Standard Efficiency
Standard Capacity High Efficiency
High Capacity High Efficiency
Standard Capacity Standard Efficiency
High Capacity Standard Efficiency
Standard Capacity High Efficiency
High Capacity High Efficiency
Standard Capacity Standard Efficiency
High Capacity Standard Efficiency
Standard Capacity High Efficiency
High Capacity High Efficiency
Standard Capacity Standard Efficiency
High Capacity Standard Efficiency
Standard Capacity High Efficiency
High Capacity High Efficiency
Standard Capacity Standard Efficiency
High Capacity Standard Efficiency
CHARGE (LB)
CHARGE (LB)
UNITS WITHOUT HUMIDI-MIZER®
SYSTEM
UNITS WITH HUMIDI-MIZER®
SYSTEM
Circuit A
46.5
62.9
50.2
67.0
55.4
67.8
59.0
73.8
71.5
89.5
77.5
91.6
59.9
80.3
66.5
87.1
84.9
106.0
84.5
105.5
82.5
103.5
Circuit B
52.6
69.0
56.5
73.5
52.0
68.5
57.2
73.8
67.9
85.9
72.9
92.2
57.1
77.1
63.3
83.3
81.2
101.5
80.7
101.0
82.0
103.2
Circuit A
46.5
62.9
50.2
67.0
55.4
67.8
59.0
73.8
71.5
89.5
77.5
91.6
59.9
80.3
66.5
87.1
84.9
106.0
84.5
105.5
82.5
103.5
Circuit B
69.6
86.0
73.5
93.0
71.5
88.0
76.7
94.0
87.4
105.4
92.4
111.7
76.6
96.6
82.8
102.8
100.7
121.0
100.2
120.5
101.5
122.7
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Physical data (cont)
FAN AND DRIVE INFORMATION
FAN
MOTOR
RPM
MOTOR
SHAFT
SIZE (in.)
FAN
RPM
50
1770
2.125
1800
4B5V70
B 2 1/8
4B5V68
B 2 1/4
5VX530
4
1821/1821
40
1770
2.125
1600
3B5V68
B 2 1/8
3B5V74
B 2 1/4
5VX540
3
1628/1628
30
1765
1.875
1450
3B5V70
B 1 7/8
3B5V86
B 2 1/4
BX55
3
1448/1448
25
1765
1.875
1400
3B5V64
B 1 7/8
3B5V80
B 2 1/4
BX53
3
1425/1425
20
1765
1.625
1250
3B5V56
B 1 5/8
3B5V80
B 2 1/4
BX53
3
1255/1255
15
1770
1.625
1100
2B5V64
B 1 5/8
2Q5V103
Q1 2 1/4
5VX600
2
1128/1128
60
1775
2.375
1550
4B5V70
B 2 3/8
4R5V80
R1 2 1/2
5VX600
4
1595/1595
50
1770
2.125
1400
4B5V70
B 2 1/8
4R5V90
R1 2 1/2
5VX630
4
1412/1412
40
1770
2.125
1300
3B5V68
B 2 1/8
3R5V92
R1 2 1/2
5VX630
3
1328/1328
30
1765
1.875
1200
3B5V70
B 1 7/8
3R5V103
R1 2 1/2
5VX670
3
1229/1229
25
1765
1.875
1100
3B5V64
B 1 7/8
3R5V103
R1 2 1/2
5VX660
3
1125/1125
20
1765
1.625
1000
3B5V56
B 1 5/8
3R5V103
R1 2 1/2
5VX660
3
986/986
100
1775
2.875
1250
5R5V90
R1 2 7/8
5B5V124
R1 3
5VX830
5
1264/1264
75
1775
2.375
1100
4B5V80
B 2 3/8
4R5V132
R1 3
5VX840
4
1098/1098
60
1775
2.375
1050
4B5V70
B 2 3/8
4R5V118
R1 3
5VX800
4
1077/1077
50
1770
2.125
1000
4B5V70
B 2 1/8
4R5V125
R1 3
5VX830
4
1013/1013
40
1770
2.125
900
3B5V68
B 2 1/8
3R5V140
R1 3
5VX850
3
918/918
30
1765
1.875
800
3B5V70
B 1 7/8
3B154R
R1 3
BX88
3
821/821
25
1765
1.875
750
3B5V64
B 1 7/8
3B154R
R1 3
BX87
3
753/753
20
1765
1.625
700
3B5V56
B 1 5/8
3R5V140
R1 3
5VX860
3
724/724
MOTOR
HP
FAN
SHAFT
SIZE (in.)
DRIVE
SHEAVE
BROWNING
BUSHING
TYPE
DRIVEN
SHEAVE
BROWNING
BUSHING
TYPE
BELTS
QTY OF
BELTS
FAN
SPEED
(rpm)
SUPPLY FAN
Standard Fan
75-105 Tons
Nominal
Capacity
Standard Fan
120-150 Tons
Nominal
Capacity
High Static
75-150 Tons
Nominal
Capacity
POWER EXHAUST FAN
30
Standard Fan
75 Tons
Nominal
Capacity
Standard Fan
90-150 Tons
Nominal
Capacity
High Static
75-090 Tons
Nominal
Capacity
High Static
105-150 Tons
Nominal
Capacity
18
2.25
2.5
3
1765
1.875
1200
3B5V70
B 1 7/8
3R5V103
R1 1 3/4
5VX570
3
1229/1229
25
1765
1.875
1150
3B5V64
B 1 7/8
3R5V103
R1 1 3/4
5VX560
3
1125/1125
20
1765
1.625
1125
3B5V56
B 1 5/8
3B5V90
B 1 3/4
BX52
3
1120/1120
15
1770
1.625
1100
2B5V64
B 1 5/8
2Q5V103
Q1 1 3/4
5VX580
2
1128/1128
1.75
10
1755
1.375
1100
2BK52H
H 1 3/8
2B5V74
B 1 3/4
BX51
2
1117/1117
7.5
1760
1.375
1100
2BK52H
H 1 3/8
2B5V74
B 1 3/4
BX51
2
1120/1120
50
1770
2.125
1200
4B5V70
B 2 1/8
4R5V103
R1 1 3/4
5VX540
4
1225/1225
40
1770
2.125
1175
3B5V68
B 2 1/8
3R5V103
R1 1 3/4
5VX540
3
1197/1197
30
1765
1.875
1150
3B5V70
B 1 7/8
3B5V110
B 1 3/4
5VX580
3
1129/1129
25
1765
1.875
1125
3B5V64
B 1 7/8
3R5V103
R1 1 3/4
5VX550
3
1125/1125
20
1765
1.625
1100
3B5V56
B 1 5/8
3B5V90
B 1 3/4
BX52
3
1120/1120
15
1770
1.625
1050
2B5V64
B 1 5/8
2B5V110
B 1 3/4
5VX590
2
1036/1036
10
1755
1.375
1000
2BK52H
H 1 3/8
2B5V80
B 1 3/4
BX51
2
1036/1036
7.5
1760
1.375
950
2BK52H
H 1 3/8
2B5V90
B 1 3/4
BX53
2
927/927
40
1770
2.125
650
3B5V68
B 2 1/8
35V1870E
E 2 1/2
5VX830
3
657/657
30
1765
1.875
625
3B5V70
B 1 7/8
3TB200
Q1 2 1/2
BX86
3
635/635
25
1765
1.875
600
3B5V64
B 1 7/8
3TB200
Q1 2 1/2
BX85
3
583/583
20
1765
1.625
550
3B5V56
B 1 5/8
3TB184
Q1 2 1/2
BX82
3
557/557
15
1770
1.625
500
2B5V64
B 1 5/8
25V2360E
E 2 1/2
5VX950
2
490/490
10
1755
1.375
450
2BK52H
H 1 3/8
2TB184
Q1 2 1/2
BX82
2
460/460
7.5
1760
1.375
425
2BK52H
H 1 3/8
2TB184
Q1 2 1/2
AX81
2
425/425
60
1775
2.375
600
4B5V70
B 2 3/8
4R5V212
R1 3
5VX930
4
597/597
50
1770
2.125
575
4B5V70
B 2 1/8
4R5V212
R1 3
5VX950
4
596/596
40
1770
2.125
550
30
1765
1.875
525
25
1765
1.875
20
1765
1.625
15
1770
1.625
1.75
2.5
3B5V68
B 2 1/8
3R5V212
R1 3
5VX930
3
579/579
3B5V70
B 1 7/8
3B250R
R1 3
BX103
3
509/509
500
3B5V64
B 1 7/8
35V2360E
E3
5VX1000
3
488/488
450
3B5V56
B 1 5/8
35V2360E
E3
5VX1000
3
428/428
400
2B5V64
B 1 5/8
2B300R
R1 3
BX112
2
391/391
3
FAN AND DRIVE INFORMATION (cont)
MOTOR MOTOR
HP
RPM
FAN
MOTOR
SHAFT
SIZE (in.)
FAN
RPM
FAN
SHAFT
SIZE (in.)
DRIVE
SHEAVE
BROWNING
BUSHING
TYPE
DRIVEN
BUSHING
SHEAVE
TYPE
BROWNING
BELTS
QTY OF
BELTS
FAN SPEED
(rpm)
RETURN FAN
Standard
Return Fan
All Sizes
High Static
Return Fan
75 Tons
Nominal
Capacity
High Static
Return Fan
90 Tons
Nominal
Capacity
High Static
Return Fan
105-150 Tons
Nominal
Capacity
50
1770
2.125
1236
4B5V70
B 2 1/8
4R5V103
R1 2 1/2
5VX1000
4
1232/1232
40
1770
2.125
1149
3B5V68
B 2 1/8
3R5V109
R1 2 1/2
5VX1000
3
1131/1131
30
1765
1.875
1025
3B5V70
B 1 7/8
3TB124
Q1 2 1/2
BX98
3
1015/1015
25
1765
1.875
940
3B5V64
B 1 7/8
3TB124
Q1 2 1/2
BX98
3
931/931
20
1765
1.625
930
3B5V56
B 1 5/8
3TB110
Q1 2 1/2
BX93
3
922/922
15
1770
1.625
890
2B5V64
B 1 5/8
2Q5V132
Q1 2 1/2
5VX1000
2
878/878
2.5
10
1755
1.375
770
2BK52H
H 1 3/8
2TB110
Q1 2 1/2
BX90
2
761/761
7.5
1760
1.375
720
2BK52H
H 1 3/8
2TB110
Q1 2 1/2
AX89
2
717/717
30
1765
1.875
850
3B5V70
B 1 7/8
3R5V150
R1 3
5VX1120
3
841/841
25
1765
1.875
825
3B5V64
B 1 7/8
3R5V140
R1 3
5VX1120
3
825/825
15
1770
1.625
680
2B5V64
B 1 5/8
2B160R
R1 3
BX112
2
728/728
10
1755
1.375
600
2BK52H
H 1 3/8
2B154R
R1 3
BX105
2
548/548
7.5
1760
1.375
550
2BK52H
H 1 3/8
2B154R
R1 3
BX105
2
549/549
40
1770
2.125
780
3B5V68
B 2 1/8
3R5V160
R1 3
5VX1230
3
768/768
30
1765
1.875
750
3B5V70
B 1 7/8
3B160R
R1 3
BX120
3
790/790
25
1765
1.875
720
3B5V64
B 1 7/8
3B160R
R1 3
BX120
3
725/725
20
1765
1.625
650
3B5V56
B 1 5/8
3B154R
R1 3
BX113
3
663/663
15
1770
1.625
600
2B5V64
B 1 5/8
2B200R
R1 3
BX123
2
584/584
10
1755
1.375
520
2BK52H
H 1 3/8
2B160R
R1 3
BX112
2
528/528
7.5
1760
1.375
480
2BK52H
H 1 3/8
2B184R
R1 3
BX116
2
461/461
60
1775
2.375
720
4B5V70
B 2 3/8
4B174R
R1 3
BX133
4
693/693
50
1770
2.125
680
4B5V70
B 2 1/8
45V1870E
E3
5VX1320
4
676/676
40
1770
2.125
650
3B5V68
B 2 1/8
35V1870E
E3
5VX1320
3
657/657
30
1765
1.875
580
3B5V70
B 1 7/8
3R5V212
R1 3
5VX1400
3
594/594
25
1765
1.875
550
3B5V64
B 1 7/8
3B200R
R1 3
AX128
3
555/555
20
1765
1.625
500
3B5V56
B 1 5/8
3B200R
R1 3
BX128
3
513/513
15
1770
1.625
450
2B5V64
B 1 5/8
2B250R
R1 3
AX136
2
444/444
10
1755
1.375
400
2BK52H
H 1 3/8
2B200R
R1 3
AX128
2
392/392
3
3
3
MOTORS
HP
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
75
100
VOLTAGE
CARRIER PART NO.
NEMA
RPM
EFFICIENCY
575
HD62FK576
213T
1750
91.0%
460
HD62FK653
213T
1760
91.7%
575
HD64FK575
215T
1755
91.7%
460
HD64FK652
215T
1755
91.7%
575
HD66FK575
254T
1770
93.0%
460
HD66FK652
254T
1770
93.0%
575
HD68FK575
256T
1765
93.0%
460
HD68FK652
256T
1765
93.6%
575
HD70FK576
284T
1765
93.6%
460
HD70FK652
284T
1765
93.6%
575
HD72FK576
286T
1770
94.1%
460
HD72FK653
286T
1760
92.4%
575
HD74FK575
324T
1770
93.6%
460
HD74FE654
324T
1780
94.1%
575
HD75FL575
326T
1770
94.5%
460
HD76AE654
326T
1780
94.5%
575
HD76FL575
364T
1775
95.0%
460
HD78AE656
364T
1785
95.0%
575
HD79FL575
365T
1775
95.0%
460
HD80FE656
365T
1785
95.0%
575
HD82FR575
404T
1775
95.4%
460
HD82FR651
404T
1775
95.4%
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Physical data (cont)
STAGING SEQUENCES
SIZE N STAGING SEQUENCE WITH MLV (75 TON NOMINAL CAPACITY)
STAGE
COMP
A1
A2
B1
B2
B3
UNIT
075
0
1*
1
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
0%
18%
23%
SEQUENCE
2
Compressor Status
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
Total Capacity
41%
3
4
5
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
65%
82%
100%
*Minimum load valve (MLV). MLV is enabled on Circuit A when decreasing from stage 1 to stage 0 to provide an increased stage of capacity.
SIZE N STAGING SEQUENCE WITH DIGITAL COMPRESSOR (75 TON NOMINAL CAPACITY)
SEQUENCE
STAGE
COMP
A1
A2
B1
B2
B3
UNIT
075
0
1
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
0%
12% to 23%
2
3
Compressor Status
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Total Capacity
29% to 41%
53% to 65%
4
5
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
71% to 82%
88% to 100%
SIZE N STAGING SEQUENCE WITHOUT MLV (75 TON NOMINAL CAPACITY)
STAGE
COMP
A1
A2
B1
B2
B3
UNIT
075
0
1
2
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
0%
18%
23%
SEQUENCE
3
Compressor Status
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
Total Capacity
41%
4
5
6
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
65%
82%
100%
SIZE P, Q STAGING SEQUENCE (090 AND 105 TON NOMINAL CAPACITY)
STAGE
COMP
A1
A2
A3
B1
B2
B3
UNIT
090
105
0
1*
1
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
0%
0%
11%
13%
15%
17%
SEQUENCE
2
3
Compressor Status
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Total Capacity
33%
49%
33%
50%
4
5
6
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
67%
67%
82%
83%
100%
100%
*Minimum load valve (MLV). MLV is enabled on Circuit A when decreasing from stage 1 to stage 0 to provide an increased stage of capacity.
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STAGING SEQUENCES (cont)
SIZE P, Q STAGING SEQUENCE WITH DIGITAL COMPRESSOR (90 AND 105 TON NOMINAL CAPACITY)
STAGE
COMP
A1
A2
A3
B1
B2
B3
UNIT
090
105
0
1
2
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
0%
0%
8% to 15%
8% to 17%
26% to 33%
25% to 33%
SEQUENCE
3
Compressor Status
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
Total Capacity
41% to 49%
42% to 50%
4
5
6
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
59% to 67%
58% to 67%
74% to 82%
75% to 83%
92% to 100%
92% to 100%
SIZE R, S, T STAGING SEQUENCE (120-150 TON NOMINAL CAPACITY)
STAGE
COMP
A1
A2
A3
A4
B1
B2
B3
B4
UNIT
120
130
150
0
1*
1
2
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
0%
0%
0%
11%
8%
9%
14%
11%
13%
28%
22%
25%
SEQUENCE
3
4
Compressor Status
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Total Capacity
40%
52%
35%
48%
38%
50%
5
6
7
8
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
64%
61%
63%
76%
74%
75%
88%
87%
88%
100%
100%
100%
*Minimum load valve (MLV). MLV is enabled on Circuit A when decreasing from stage 1 to stage 0 to provide an increased stage of capacity.
SIZE R, S, T STAGING SEQUENCE WITH DIGITAL COMPRESSOR (120-150 TON NOMINAL CAPACITY)
STAGE
COMP
A1
A2
A3
A4
B1
B2
B3
B4
UNIT
120
130
150
0
1
2
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
0%
0%
0%
7% to 14%
6% to 11%
6% to 13%
21% to 28%
17% to 22%
19% to 25%
SEQUENCE
4
5
Compressor Status
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Total Capacity
33% to 40% 45% to 52% 57% to 64%
30% to 35% 43% to 48% 56% to 61%
31% to 38% 44% to 50% 56% to 63%
3
6
7
8
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
69% to 76%
69% to 74%
69% to 75%
81% to 88%
82% to 87%
81% to 88%
93% to 100%
95% to 100%
94% to 100%
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Physical data (cont)
OPERATING WEIGHTS OF OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES (lb)
OPTION OR ACCESSORY
Economizer
Filters
2 in. MERV 7
4 in. MERV 8
4 in. MERV 14
12 in. MERV 14 Bag with 2 in. Pre-Filter
12 in. MERV 14 Bag with 4 in. Pre-Filter
19 in. MERV 15 Bag with 2 in. Pre-Filter
19 in. MERV 15 Bag with 4 in. Pre-Filter
12 in. MERV 14 Cartridge with 2 in. Pre-Filter
12 in. MERV 14 Cartridge with 4 in. Pre-Filter
Field Use Filter Section
Evaporator
Standard Capacity
High Capacity
High-Efficiency Condenser
Extended Chassis
Humidi-MiZer® Dehumidification System
Hot Water Coil
Low Capacity
High Capacity
Steam Coil
Low Capacity
High Capacity
Electric Heat
Low
Medium
High
Gas Heat
Low
Medium
High
Modulating
Blank Section
4 ft
8 ft
Post Filters
19 in. MERV 15 Bag with 2 in. Pre-Filter
19 in. MERV 15 Bag with 4 in. Pre-Filter
12 in. MERV 14 Cart with 2 in. Pre-Filter
12 in. MERV 14 Cart with 4 in. Pre-Filter
12 in. MERV 17 HEPA with 2 in. Pre-Filter
12 in. MERV 17 HEPA with 4 in. Pre-Filter
Supply Fan
High-Static Supply Fan
Standard Supply Fan
PE (Power Exhaust) Fan
High-Static PE Fan
Standard PE Fan
Return Fan
High-Static Return Fan
Standard Return Fan
Supply/PE/Return Motor Includes VFD
460 Volt ODP
7.5 Hp
10 Hp
15 Hp
20 Hp
25 Hp
30 Hp
40 Hp
50 Hp
60 Hp
75 Hp
100 Hp
22
N
(75)
140
48/50N UNIT SIZE (TON NOMINAL CAPACITY)
P
Q
R
S
(90)
(105)
(120)
(130)
140
140
140
140
T
(150)
140
90
150
175
200
260
300
320
350
370
635
90
150
175
200
260
300
320
350
370
635
90
150
175
200
260
300
320
350
370
635
100
175
210
225
300
335
350
375
400
665
100
175
210
225
300
335
350
375
400
665
100
175
210
225
300
335
350
375
400
665
625
832
310
320
475
625
832
691
320
495
832
1110
691
320
495
795
1053
691
335
510
1053
1402
None
335
510
1053
1402
NA
335
510
671
693
671
693
671
693
759
783
759
783
759
783
837
940
940
1043
940
1043
1063
1187
1063
1187
1063
1187
175
185
200
175
185
215
175
185
215
185
215
225
185
215
225
185
215
225
937
NA
1067
50
937
1067
1197
50
937
1067
1197
50
1099
1229
1469
50
1099
1229
1469
50
1099
1229
1469
50
530
1060
530
1060
530
1060
555
1110
555
1110
555
1110
830
850
880
900
905
930
830
850
880
900
905
930
830
850
880
900
905
930
890
905
930
955
965
980
890
905
930
955
965
980
890
905
930
955
965
980
1274
965
1274
965
1274
965
1169
1071
1169
1071
1169
1071
927
619
927
727
927
727
927
727
927
727
927
727
974
895
1086
895
1298
895
1298
895
1298
895
1298
895
183
209
320
374
417
456
697
784
897
1275
1488
183
209
320
374
417
456
697
784
897
1275
1488
183
209
320
374
417
456
697
784
897
1275
1488
183
209
320
374
417
456
697
784
897
1275
1488
183
209
320
374
417
456
697
784
897
1275
1488
183
209
320
374
417
456
697
784
897
1275
1488
OPERATING WEIGHTS OF OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES (lb) (cont)
OPTION OR ACCESSORY
Supply/PE/Return Motor Includes VFD
460 Volt TEFC
7.5 Hp
10 Hp
15 Hp
20 Hp
25 Hp
30 Hp
40 Hp
50 Hp
60 Hp
75 Hp
100 Hp
Supply/PE/Return Motor Includes VFD
575 Volt ODP
7.5 Hp
10 Hp
15 Hp
20 Hp
25 Hp
30 Hp
40 Hp
50 Hp
60 Hp
75 Hp
100 Hp
Supply/PE/Return Motor Includes VFD
575 Volt TEFC
7.5 Hp
10 Hp
15 Hp
20 Hp
25 Hp
30 Hp
40 Hp
50 Hp
60 Hp
75 Hp
100 Hp
Supply/PE/Return Motor Includes VFD Bypass
7.5 Hp
10 Hp
15 Hp
20 Hp
25 Hp
30 Hp
40 Hp
50 Hp
60 Hp
75 Hp
100 Hp
Condenser Coil Grille Guard
Standard Efficiency
High Efficiency
Condenser Coil Louvered Guard
Standard Efficiency
High Efficiency
Service Valves and Replacable Core Filter Drier
Low Ambient
UV Lights
Marine Lights
Split - 2-Piece Unit
48/50N UNIT SIZE (TON NOMINAL CAPACITY)
P
Q
R
S
(90)
(105)
(120)
(130)
T
(150)
267
283
368
437
576
604
991
925
1163
1275
1488
267
283
368
437
576
604
991
925
1163
1275
1488
267
283
368
437
576
604
991
925
1163
1275
1488
267
283
368
437
576
604
991
925
1163
1275
1488
267
283
368
437
576
604
991
925
1163
1275
1488
267
283
368
437
576
604
991
925
1163
1275
1488
186
204
327
369
433
456
697
784
897
1194
1488
186
204
327
369
433
456
697
784
897
1194
1488
186
204
327
369
433
456
697
784
897
1194
1488
186
204
327
369
433
456
697
784
897
1194
1488
186
204
327
369
433
456
697
784
897
1194
1488
186
204
327
369
433
456
697
784
897
1194
1488
228
277
382
436
616
652
795
897
933
1194
1488
228
277
382
436
616
652
795
897
933
1194
1488
228
277
382
436
616
652
795
897
933
1194
1488
228
277
382
436
616
652
795
897
933
1194
1488
228
277
382
436
616
652
795
897
933
1194
1488
228
277
382
436
616
652
795
897
933
1194
1488
10
10
10
20
20
40
40
40
40
60
75
10
10
10
20
20
40
40
40
40
60
75
10
10
10
20
20
40
40
40
40
60
75
10
10
10
20
20
40
40
40
40
60
75
10
10
10
20
20
40
40
40
40
60
75
10
10
10
20
20
40
40
40
40
60
75
100
100
100
125
100
125
100
125
125
125
125
NA
225
225
40
50
100
75
268
225
290
45
50
100
75
268
225
290
45
50
100
75
268
225
290
50
50
130
75
280
290
290
50
50
130
75
280
290
NA
50
50
130
75
280
N
(75)
NOTE: Please refer to E-CAT for selection.
23
Options and accessories
ITEM
GAS HEAT (48N units only)
Low, Medium or High Gas Heat — Aluminized Heat Exchanger
Low, Medium or High Gas Heat — Stainless Steel Heat Exchanger
Ultra High Gas Heat — Stainless Steel Heat Exchanger
Staged or Modulating Gas Heat — Stainless Steel Heat Exchanger
Flue Extension
ELECTRIC HEAT (50N units only)
Low, Medium or High Electric Heat
Staged or SCR Controlled Electric Heat
HYDRONIC HEAT (50N units only)
Low or High Capacity Hot Water Coil
Low or High Capacity Steam Coil
FILTERS
MERV 8 Pleated, 4-in. Mixed Air Filters
MERV 14 Pleated, 4-in. Mixed Air Filters
MERV 14 Bag, 12-in. Mixed Air Filters with Integral 2-in. or 4-in. Prefilters
MERV 15 Bag, 19-in. Mixed Air Filters with Integral 2-in. or 4-in. Prefilters
MERV 14 Cartridge, 12-in. Mixed Air Filters with Integral 2-in. or 4-in. Prefilters
MERV 7 2-in. Thick Filter Kit
MERV 8 Pleated, 4-in. Filter Kit
MERV 14 Pleated, 4-in. Filter Kit
MERV 14 Bag, 12-in. Filter Kit
MERV 15 Bag, 19-in. Filter Kit
MERV 14 Cartridge, 12-in. Filter Kit
MERV 14 Cartridge, 12-in. Final Air Filters with Integral 2-in. or 4-in. Prefilters
MERV 15 Bag, 19-in. Final Air Filters with Integral 2-in. or 4-in. Prefilters
MERV 17 HEPA, 12-in. Final Air Filters with Integral 2-in. or 4-in. Prefilters
MERV 14 Cartridge, 12-in. Final Air Filter Kit
MERV 15 Bag, 19-in. Final Air Filter Kit
MERV 17 HEPA, 12-in. Final Air Filter Kit
ECONOMIZER
Motorized Outdoor Air Damper
Ultra Low Leak Enthalpy Control Economizer
Outdoor or Return Humidity Sensor (Enthalpy)
EXHAUST AIR CONTROL
Modulating Power Exhaust with VFD
Modulating Power Exhaust with VFD and Bypass
High-Capacity Power Exhaust with VFD
High Capacity Power Exhaust with VFD and Bypass
Return Fan with VFD
Return Fan with VFD and Bypass
High-Capacity Return Fan with VFD
High-Capacity Return Fan with VFD and Bypass
CONDENSER AND EVAPORATOR COIL
High-Capacity Configuration
High-Efficiency Configuration
Al/Al E-Coat Novation® MCHX Condenser Coil
Low Ambient Control
Low Outdoor Sound
E-Coat Al/Cu Evaporator Coil
Cu/Cu Evaporator Coil
Hot Gas Bypass (Circuit A)
Humidi-MiZer® Adaptive Dehumidification System
POWER CIRCUIT
GFI Convenience Outlet (Powered on Load-Side)
Power Terminal Block
Non-Fused Disconnect
Disconnect with UL489 Circuit Breaker (HACR)
Fused Disconnect
Phase/Voltage Protection Monitor
65KA Short Circuit Current Rating (460 volt)
25KA Short Circuit Current Rating (575 volt only)
24
OPTION*
ACCESSORY†
SPECIAL ORDER**
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
ITEM
CONTROLS
Outdoor Air cfm Measuring Station
Supply Air cfm Measuring Station
Exhaust Air cfm Measuring Station
Controls Expansion Module (CEM)
BACnet Communication
Dual Point Power Connection
System Pilot™ Interface
Touch Pilot™ Interface
Navigator™ Display
Return Air CO2 Sensor
CO2 Space Sensor
Return Air Smoke Detector
Return and Supply Air Smoke Detectors Installed
Field Use Control Box
Filter Switch
Fan Status Switch (requires CEM)
T-55 Space Temperature Sensor with Override
T-56 Space Temperature Sensor with Override and Set Point Adjustment
Space Temperature Sensor with CO2 Override
Space Temperature Sensor with CO2 Override and Set Point Adjustment
MODBUS Carrier Translator
LonWorks Carrier Translator
INDOOR FAN AND MOTOR
Constant Volume, Staged Air Volume or Variable Air Volume
High-Static Indoor Fan
Bypass on IFM VFD
TEFC Indoor Fan Motor
Indoor Fan Belt Guard
MISCELLANEOUS
Agion® Double-Wall Construction in Airstream
Two-piece unit
UV-C Lamps (with Door Interlocks and Disconnect Switch)
Marine Lights
Digital Compressor
Refrigeration Service Valves
Replacable Core Filter Drier
Discharge Plenum
Extended Chassis
4 or 8 foot Blank Section
14-in. Roof Curb
Condenser Section Roof Curb
Condender Coil Grille Guard
Condenser Coil Louvered Guard
Extended Lube Lines
Low Compressor Sound
OPTION*
ACCESSORY†
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
SPECIAL ORDER**
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
LEGEND
Al
— Aluminum
CEM — Controls Expansion Module
Cu
— Copper
ETO — Engineered-To-Order
GFI
— Ground Fault Interrupt
IFM
— Indoor Fan Motor
MCHX — Microchannel Heat Exchanger
SCR — Silicon Controlled Rectifier
UV-C — Ultraviolet
VFD — Variable Frequency Drive
*Factory installed.
†Field installed.
**A special order is offered to meet specific customer requirements. Quotations
for special order options can be requested via the Carrier ETO process. Lead
times and prices vary with the option.
25
Options and accessories (cont)
Chassis arrangements (48 Series units)
Standard chassis — The standard chassis may be provided with a bottom or side return air opening. The return
air follows a straight-through path to the supply fan, then
into the heating section and exits through a bottom or left
side supply air outlet. The supply/return configuration may
be mixed, e.g., bottom return with side supply. If the application utilizes an accessory roof curb, vertical ductwork is
connected to the curb. When side connections are utilized,
the ductwork is connected to flanges on the unit. These
units are available with optional modulating power exhaust
or return fan in conjunction with an optional economizer.
STANDARD CHASSIS
VERTICAL SUPPLY/VERTICAL RETURN
Standard chassis with optional blank section or
final filters
This arrangement adds a factory-installed blank section or
final filter. Return air enters through a bottom or side
opening and follows a straight-through path to the supply
fan, through the heating section and blank section or final
filters, then exits through the bottom or left side supply air
outlet. The supply/return configuration may be mixed,
e.g., bottom return with side supply. If the application utilizes an accessory roof curb, vertical ductwork is connected
to the curb. When side connections are utilized, the ductwork is connected to flanges on the unit.
STANDARD CHASSIS WITH BLANK SECTION OR
FINAL FILTERS
VERTICAL SUPPLY/VERTICAL RETURN
BLANK SECTION
a48-8676
a48-8680
STANDARD CHASSIS
VERTICAL SUPPLY/HORIZONTAL RETURN
SIDE SUPPLY OPENING
OPPOSITE SIDE
NOTE: Standard Chassis with Blank Section or Final Filters also available in
Vertical Supply/Horizontal Return, Horizontal Supply/Horizontal Return, or
Horizontal Supply/Vertical Return configurations.
Extended length chassis — The extended length chassis arrangement provides an additional 25-in. of unit length
located between the evaporator coil section and the supply
fan sled. This compartment is used for the Humidi-MiZer®
coil or may also be used for field-installation of an auxiliary
coil, e.g., a refrigeration heat reclaim coil.
a48-8677
EXTENDED LENGTH CHASSIS
VERTICAL SUPPLY/VERTICAL RETURN
STANDARD CHASSIS
HORIZONTAL SUPPLY/HORIZONTAL RETURN
COIL
COMPARTMENT
SIDE SUPPLY OPENING
OPPOSITE SIDE
SIDE SUPPLY OPENING
OPPOSITE SIDE
A48-8678
STANDARD CHASSIS
HORIZONTAL SUPPLY/VERTICAL RETURN
SIDE SUPPLY OPENING
OPPOSITE SIDE
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A48-8679
a48-8681
NOTE: Extended Length Chassis also available in Vertical Supply/Horizontal
Return, Horizontal Supply/Horizontal Return, or Horizontal Supply/Vertical
Return configurations.
Chassis arrangements - (50 Series units)
Standard chassis with discharge plenum — This configuration may be provided with a bottom or side return air
opening. The return air follows a straight-through path to
the supply fan. The supply fan is arranged for horizontal
outlet into the discharge plenum area. Supply air exits
from the discharge plenum area downward through the
bottom of the unit or horizontally through the left side outlet. The supply/return configuration may be mixed, e.g.,
bottom return with side supply. If the application utilizes an
accessory roof curb, vertical ductwork is connected to the
curb. When side connections are utilized, the ductwork is
connected to flanges on the unit. These units are available
with optional modulating power exhaust or return fan in
conjunction with an optional economizer. Factory-installed
optional electric heat is available on these units.
STANDARD CHASSIS
VERTICAL SUPPLY/VERTICAL RETURN
the ductwork is connected to flanges on the unit. Factoryinstalled optional electric heat is available on these units.
STANDARD CHASSIS WITH BLANK SECTION OR
FINAL FILTERS
VERTICAL SUPPLY/VERTICAL RETURN
BLANK SECTION
A50-8817
a50-8821
STANDARD CHASSIS
VERTICAL SUPPLY/HORIZONTAL RETURN
A50-8818
STANDARD CHASSIS
HORIZONTAL SUPPLY/HORIZONTAL RETURN
SIDE SUPPLY OPENING
OPPOSITE SIDE
A50-8819
SIDE SUPPLY OPENING
OPPOSITE SIDE
NOTE: Standard Chassis with Blank Section or Final Filters also available in
Vertical Supply/Horizontal Return, Horizontal Supply/Horizontal Return, or
Horizontal Supply/Vertical Return configurations.
Extended length chassis with discharge plenum —
This configuration may be provided with a bottom or side
return air opening. The extended length chassis arrangement provides an additional 25-in. of unit length located
between the evaporator coil section and the supply fan
sled. This compartment is used for the Humidi-MiZer coil
or may also be used for field-installation of an auxiliary coil,
e.g., a refrigeration heat reclaim coil. The supply fan is arranged for horizontal outlet into the discharge plenum area. Supply air exits from the discharge plenum area downward through the bottom of the unit or horizontally
through the left side outlet. The supply/return configuration may be mixed, e.g., bottom return with side supply. If
the application utilizes an accessory roof curb, vertical ductwork is connected to the curb. When side connections are
utilized, the ductwork is connected to flanges on the unit.
These units are available with optional modulating power
exhaust in conjunction with an optional economizer.
EXTENDED LENGTH CHASSIS
VERTICAL SUPPLY/VERTICAL RETURN
STANDARD CHASSIS
HORIZONTAL SUPPLY/VERTICAL RETURN
SIDE SUPPLY OPENING
OPPOSITE SIDE
A50-8820
a50-8822
NOTE: Extended Length Chassis also available in Vertical Supply/Horizontal
Return, Horizontal Supply/Horizontal Return, or Horizontal Supply/Vertical
Return configurations.
Standard chassis with discharge plenum and
optional blank section or final filters
This configuration may be provided with a bottom or side
return air opening. The return air follows a straightthrough path to the supply fan. The supply fan is arranged
for horizontal outlet into the discharge plenum area. Supply air exits from the discharge plenum area, through the
blank section or final filters, then through the bottom or left
side supply air outlet. The supply/return configuration may
be mixed, e.g., bottom return with side supply. If the application utilizes an accessory roof curb, vertical ductwork is
connected to the curb. When side connections are utilized,
27
48N UNIT SIZES N, P, Q (75-105 TON NOMINAL CAPACITY)
Base unit dimensions
A48-8684
28
48N UNIT SIZES N, P, Q (75-105 TON NOMINAL CAPACITY)
NOMINAL
FIELD USE
EXTENDED SUPPLY
BLANK 2-PIECE
CAPACITY/
FILTER
COND
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
CHASSIS
FAN
SECTION UNIT
EFFICIENCY
SECTION
NO
NO
2
498.11 314.42 48 177.02 266.07 499.35 202.75 119.76
—
313.36
NO
4 FT
YES
2
564.61 380.92 48 195.27 284.32 565.85 221.00 119.76
—
379.86
8 FT
YES
2
612.86 429.17 48 195.27 284.32 614.10 221.00 119.76
—
428.11
STD
NO
YES
2
576.86 393.17 48 255.77 344.82 578.10 281.50 119.76
—
392.11
YES
4 FT
YES
2
625.11 441.42 48 255.77 344.82 626.35 281.50 119.76
—
440.36
8 FT
YES
2
673.36 489.67 48 255.77 344.82 674.60 281.50 119.76
—
488.61
NO
NO
NO
2
513.20 329.51 48 177.02 281.16 514.44 217.84 119.76
—
328.45
NO
4 FT
YES
2
579.70 396.01 48 195.27 299.41 580.94 236.09 119.76
—
394.95
8 FT
YES
2
627.95 444.26 48 195.27 299.41 629.19 236.09 119.76
—
443.20
HIGH
NO
YES
2
591.95 408.26 48 255.77 359.91 593.19 296.59 119.76
—
407.20
YES
4 FT
YES
2
640.20 456.51 48 255.77 359.91 641.44 296.59 119.76
—
455.45
75 ALL
8 FT
YES
2
688.45 504.76 48 255.77 359.91 689.69 296.59 119.76
—
503.70
90 STD EFF
NO
NO
2
522.11 338.42 48 177.02 290.07 523.35 226.75 119.76 185.75 337.36
105 STD EFF
NO
4 FT
YES
2
588.61 404.92 48 195.27 308.32 589.85 245.00 119.76 204.00 403.86
8 FT
YES
2
636.86 453.17 48 195.27 308.32 638.10 245.00 119.76 204.00 452.11
STD
NO
YES
2
600.86 417.17 48 255.77 368.82 602.10 305.50 119.76 264.50 416.11
YES
4 FT
YES
2
649.11 465.42 48 255.77 368.82 650.35 305.50 119.76 264.50 464.36
8 FT
YES
2
697.36 513.67 48 255.77 368.82 698.60 305.50 119.76 264.50 512.61
YES
2
537.20 353.51 48 177.02 305.16 538.44 241.84 119.76 185.75 352.45
NO
NO
4 FT
YES
2
603.70 420.01 48 195.27 323.41 604.94 260.09 119.76 204.00 418.95
NO
8 FT
YES
2
651.95 468.26 48 195.27 323.41 653.19 260.09 119.76 204.00 467.20
HIGH
NO
YES
2
615.95 432.26 48 255.77 383.91 617.19 320.59 119.76 264.50 431.20
YES
4 FT
YES
2
664.20 480.51 48 255.77 383.91 665.44 320.59 119.76 264.50 479.45
8 FT
YES
2
712.45 528.76 48 255.77 383.91 713.69 320.59 119.76 264.50 527.70
NO
NO
3
550.11 314.42 48 177.02 266.07 551.35 202.75 171.76
—
313.36
NO
4 FT
YES
3
616.61 380.92 48 195.27 284.32 617.85 221.00 171.76
—
379.86
8 FT
YES
3
664.86 429.17 48 195.27 284.32 666.10 221.00 171.76
—
428.11
STD
NO
YES
3
628.86 393.17 48 255.77 344.82 630.10 281.50 171.76
—
392.11
YES
4 FT
YES
3
677.11 441.42 48 255.77 344.82 678.35 281.50 171.76
—
440.36
8 FT
YES
3
725.36 489.67 48 255.77 344.82 726.60 281.50 171.76
—
488.61
NO
3
565.20 329.51 48 177.02 281.16 566.44 217.84 171.76
—
328.45
NO
NO
4 FT
YES
3
631.70 396.01 48 195.27 299.41 632.94 236.09 171.76
—
394.95
NO
8 FT
YES
3
679.95 444.26 48 195.27 299.41 681.19 236.09 171.76
—
443.20
HIGH
NO
YES
3
643.95 408.26 48 255.77 359.91 645.19 296.59 171.76
—
407.20
YES
4 FT
YES
3
692.20 456.51 48 255.77 359.91 693.44 296.59 171.76
—
455.45
8 FT
YES
3
740.45 504.76 48 255.77 359.91 741.69 296.59 171.76
—
503.70
90 HI EFF
105 HI EFF
NO
NO
3
574.11 338.42 48 177.02 290.07 575.35 226.75 171.76 185.75 337.36
NO
4 FT
YES
3
640.61 404.92 48 195.27 308.32 641.85 245.00 171.76 204.00 403.86
8 FT
YES
3
688.86 453.17 48 195.27 308.32 690.10 245.00 171.76 204.00 452.11
STD
NO
YES
3
652.86 417.17 48 255.77 368.82 654.10 305.50 171.76 264.50 416.11
YES
4 FT
YES
3
701.11 465.42 48 255.77 368.82 702.35 305.50 171.76 264.50 464.36
8 FT
YES
3
749.36 513.67 48 255.77 368.82 750.60 305.50 171.76 264.50 512.61
YES
NO
NO
3
589.20 353.51 48 177.02 305.16 590.44 241.84 171.76 185.75 352.45
NO
4 FT
YES
3
655.70 420.01 48 195.27 323.41 656.94 260.09 171.76 204.00 418.95
8 FT
YES
3
703.95 468.26 48 195.27 323.41 705.19 260.09 171.76 204.00 467.20
HIGH
3
667.95 432.26 48 255.77 383.91 669.19 320.59 171.76 264.50 431.20
NO
YES
4 FT
YES
3
716.20 480.51 48 255.77 383.91 717.44 320.59 171.76 264.50 479.45
YES
8 FT
YES
3
764.45 528.76 48 255.77 383.91 765.69 320.59 171.76 264.50 527.70
48N CONDENSER DETAIL SIZES N, P, Q
(75-105 TON NOMINAL CAPACITY)
UNIT
75 ALL
75 ALL
90 STANDARD EFFICIENCY
90 HIGH EFFICIENCY
90 STANDARD EFFICIENCY
105 STANDARD EFFICIENCY
105 HIGH EFFICIENCY
105 STANDARD EFFICIENCY
COND
COILS 2V
YES
YES
YES
—
YES
YES
—
YES
COND COIL
3V
—
—
—
YES
—
—
YES
—
LOW
SOUND
NO
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
DIMENSION
“S”
92.62
98.06
92.62
98.06
98.06
98.06
98.06
98.06
29
48N UNIT SIZES R, S, T (120-150 TON NOMINAL CAPACITY)
Base unit dimensions (cont)
A48-8685
30
48N UNIT SIZES R, S, T (120-150 TON NOMINAL CAPACITY)
NOMINAL
EXTENDED
CAPACITY/
CHASSIS
EFFICIENCY
HIGH
GAS
HEAT*
NO
NO
YES
120 STD EFF
NO
YES
YES
NO
NO
YES
120 HI EFF
130 ALL
150 STD EFF
NO
YES
YES
FIELD
2USE
BLANK
L
PIECE COND
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
FILTER SECTION
HI
UNIT
SECTION
NO
NO
2
523.04 339.35 48 186.86 291.00 524.28 227.68 119.76
—
338.29 2
NO
4 FT
YES
2
589.54 405.85 48 205.11 309.25 590.78 245.93 119.76
—
404.79 2
8 FT
YES
2
637.79 454.10 48 205.11 309.25 639.03 245.93 119.76
—
453.04 2
NO
YES
2
601.79 418.10 48 265.61 369.75 603.03 306.43 119.76
—
417.04 2
YES
4 FT
YES
2
650.04 466.35 48 265.61 369.75 651.28 306.43 119.76
—
465.29 2
8 FT
YES
2
698.29 514.60 48 265.61 369.75 699.53 306.43 119.76
—
513.54 2
NO
NO
2
535.04 339.35 60 186.86 291.00 536.28 227.68 119.76
—
—
2
NO
4 FT
YES
2
601.54 405.85 60 205.11 309.25 602.78 245.93 119.76
—
—
2
8 FT
YES
2
649.79 454.10 60 205.11 309.25 651.03 245.93 119.76
—
—
2
NO
YES
2
613.79 418.10 60 265.61 369.75 615.03 306.43 119.76
—
—
2
YES
4 FT
YES
2
662.04 466.35 60 265.61 369.75 663.28 306.43 119.76
—
—
2
8 FT
YES
2
710.29 514.60 60 265.61 369.75 711.53 306.43 119.76
—
—
2
NO
NO
2
547.04 363.35 48 186.86 315.00 548.28 251.68 119.76 195.56 362.29 2
NO
4 FT
YES
2
613.54 429.85 48 205.11 333.25 614.78 269.93 119.76 213.81 428.79 2
8 FT
YES
2
661.79 478.10 48 205.11 333.25 663.03 269.93 119.76 213.81 477.04 2
NO
YES
2
625.79 442.10 48 265.61 393.75 627.03 330.43 119.76 274.31 441.04 2
YES
4 FT
YES
2
674.04 490.35 48 265.61 393.75 675.28 330.43 119.76 274.31 489.29 2
2
722.29 538.60 48 265.61 393.75 723.53 330.43 119.76 274.31 537.54 2
8 FT
YES
NO
NO
2
559.04 363.35 60 186.86 315.00 560.28 251.68 119.76 195.56
—
2
NO
4 FT
YES
2
625.54 429.85 60 205.11 333.25 626.78 269.93 119.76 213.81
—
2
8 FT
YES
2
673.79 478.10 60 205.11 333.25 675.03 269.93 119.76 213.81
—
2
NO
YES
2
637.79 442.10 60 265.61 393.75 639.03 330.43 119.76 274.31
—
2
YES
4 FT
YES
2
686.04 490.35 60 265.61 393.75 687.28 330.43 119.76 274.31
—
2
8 FT
YES
2
734.29 538.60 60 265.61 393.75 735.53 330.43 119.76 274.31
—
2
NO
NO
3
575.04 339.35 48 186.86 291.00 576.28 227.68 171.76
—
338.29 2
NO
4 FT
YES
3
641.54 405.85 48 205.11 309.25 642.78 245.93 171.76
—
404.79 2
8 FT
YES
3
689.79 454.10 48 205.11 309.25 691.03 245.93 171.76
—
453.04 2
3
653.79 418.10 48 265.61 369.75 655.03 306.43 171.76
—
417.04 2
NO
YES
4 FT
YES
3
702.04 466.35 48 265.61 369.75 703.28 306.43 171.76
—
465.29 2
YES
8 FT
YES
3
750.29 514.60 48 265.61 369.75 751.53 306.43 171.76
—
513.54 2
NO
NO
3
587.04 339.35 60 186.86 291.00 588.28 227.68 171.76
—
—
2
NO
4 FT
YES
3
653.54 405.85 60 205.11 309.25 654.78 245.93 171.76
—
—
2
8 FT
YES
3
701.79 454.10 60 205.11 309.25 703.03 245.93 171.76
—
—
2
NO
YES
3
665.79 418.10 60 265.61 369.75 667.03 306.43 171.76
—
—
2
YES
4 FT
YES
3
714.04 466.35 60 265.61 369.75 715.28 306.43 171.76
—
—
2
8 FT
YES
3
762.29 514.60 60 265.61 369.75 763.53 306.43 171.76
—
—
2
NO
NO
3
599.04 363.35 48 186.86 315.00 600.28 251.68 171.76 195.56 362.29 2
NO
4 FT
YES
3
665.54 429.85 48 205.11 333.25 666.78 269.93 171.76 213.81 428.79 2
8 FT
YES
3
713.79 478.10 48 205.11 333.25 715.03 269.93 171.76 213.81 477.04 2
NO
YES
3
677.79 442.10 48 265.61 393.75 679.03 330.43 171.76 274.31 441.04 2
YES
4 FT
YES
3
726.04 490.35 48 265.61 393.75 727.28 330.43 171.76 274.31 489.29 2
8 FT
YES
3
774.29 538.60 48 265.61 393.75 775.53 330.43 171.76 274.31 537.54 2
3
629.29 381.60 60 205.11 333.25 630.53 269.93 171.76 213.81
—
2
NO
YES
4 FT
YES
3
677.54 429.85 60 205.11 333.25 678.78 269.93 171.76 213.81
—
2
NO
8 FT
YES
3
725.79 478.10 60 205.11 333.25 727.03 269.93 171.76 213.81
—
2
NO
YES
3
689.79 442.10 60 265.61 393.75 691.03 330.43 171.76 274.31
—
2
YES
4 FT
YES
3
738.04 490.35 60 265.61 393.75 739.28 330.43 171.76 274.31
—
2
8 FT
YES
3
786.29 538.60 60 265.61 393.75 787.53 330.43 171.76 274.31
—
2
L
MED
LOW
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
—
—
—
—
—
—
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
—
—
—
—
—
—
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
—
—
—
—
—
—
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
—
—
—
—
—
—
*Vertical discharge only.
48N CONDENSER DETAIL SIZES R, S, T
(120-150 TON NOMINAL CAPACITY)
UNIT
120 STANDARD EFFICIENCY
120 HIGH EFFICIENCY
120 STANDARD EFFICIENCY
130 STANDARD EFFICIENCY
130 HIGH EFFICIENCY
150 STANDARD EFFICIENCY
150 HIGH EFFICIENCY
COND
COILS 2V
YES
—
YES
—
—
—
—
COND COIL
3V
—
YES
—
YES
YES
YES
YES
LOW
SOUND
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
YES
DIMENSION
“S”
96.62
102.06
102.06
96.62
102.06
102.06
102.06
31
50N UNITS SIZES N, P, Q (75-105 TON NOMINAL CAPACITY)
Base unit dimensions (cont)
A50-8823
32
50N UNIT SIZES N, P, Q (75-105 TON NOMINAL CAPACITY)
NOMINAL
FIELD USE
EXTENDED SUPPLY
BLANK 2-PIECE
CAPACITY/
FILTER
COND
CHASSIS
FAN
SECTION UNIT
EFFICIENCY
SECTION
NO
NO
2
NO
4 FT
YES
2
8 FT
YES
2
STD
NO
NO
2
YES
4 FT
YES
2
8 FT
YES
2
NO
NO
NO
2
NO
4 FT
YES
2
8 FT
YES
2
HIGH
NO
NO
2
YES
4 FT
YES
2
75 ALL
8 FT
YES
2
90 STD EFF
NO
NO
2
105 STF EFF
NO
4 FT
YES
2
8 FT
YES
2
STD
NO
NO
2
YES
4 FT
YES
2
8 FT
YES
2
YES
NO
NO
2
2
NO
4 FT
YES
8 FT
YES
2
HIGH
NO
NO
2
YES
4 FT
YES
2
8 FT
YES
2
NO
NO
3
NO
4 FT
YES
3
8 FT
YES
3
STD
NO
NO
3
YES
4 FT
YES
3
8 FT
YES
3
NO
3
NO
NO
4 FT
YES
3
NO
8 FT
YES
3
HIGH
NO
NO
3
YES
4 FT
YES
3
8 FT
YES
3
90 HI EFF
105 HI EFF
NO
NO
3
NO
4 FT
YES
3
8 FT
YES
3
STD
NO
NO
3
YES
4 FT
YES
3
8 FT
YES
3
YES
NO
NO
3
NO
4 FT
YES
3
8 FT
YES
3
HIGH
NO
NO
3
YES
4 FT
YES
3
8 FT
YES
3
A
B
D
F
G
H
J
K
433.11
556.36
604.61
493.61
616.86
665.11
448.20
571.45
619.70
508.70
631.95
680.20
457.11
580.36
628.61
517.61
640.86
689.11
472.20
595.45
643.70
532.70
655.95
704.20
485.11
608.36
656.61
545.61
668.86
717.11
500.20
623.45
671.70
560.70
683.95
732.20
509.11
632.36
680.61
569.61
692.86
741.11
524.20
647.45
695.70
584.70
707.95
756.20
249.42
372.67
420.92
309.92
433.17
481.42
264.51
387.76
436.01
325.01
448.26
496.51
273.42
396.67
444.92
333.92
457.17
505.42
288.51
411.76
460.01
349.01
472.26
520.51
249.42
372.67
420.92
309.92
433.17
481.42
264.51
387.76
436.01
325.01
448.26
496.51
273.42
396.67
444.92
333.92
457.17
505.42
288.51
411.76
460.01
349.01
472.26
520.51
177.02
195.27
195.27
237.52
255.77
255.77
177.02
195.27
195.27
237.52
255.77
255.77
177.02
195.27
195.27
237.52
255.77
255.77
177.02
195.27
195.27
237.52
255.77
255.77
177.02
195.27
195.27
237.52
255.77
255.77
177.02
195.27
195.27
237.52
255.77
255.77
177.02
195.27
195.27
237.52
255.77
255.77
177.02
195.27
195.27
237.52
255.77
255.77
434.35
557.60
605.85
494.85
618.10
666.35
449.44
572.69
620.94
509.94
633.19
681.44
458.35
581.60
629.85
518.85
642.10
690.35
473.44
596.69
644.94
533.94
657.19
705.44
486.35
609.60
657.85
546.85
670.10
718.35
501.44
624.69
672.94
561.94
685.19
733.44
510.35
633.60
681.85
570.85
694.10
742.35
525.44
648.69
696.94
585.94
709.19
757.44
202.75
221.00
221.00
263.25
281.50
281.50
217.84
236.09
236.09
278.34
296.59
296.59
226.75
245.00
245.00
287.25
305.50
305.50
241.84
260.09
260.09
302.34
320.59
320.59
202.75
221.00
221.00
263.25
281.50
281.50
217.84
236.09
236.09
278.34
296.59
296.59
226.75
245.00
245.00
287.25
305.50
305.50
241.84
260.09
260.09
302.34
320.59
320.59
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
185.75
204.00
204.00
246.25
264.50
264.50
185.75
204.00
204.00
246.25
264.50
264.50
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
185.75
204.00
204.00
264.50
264.50
264.50
185.75
204.00
204.00
246.25
264.50
264.50
248.36
371.61
419.86
308.86
432.11
480.36
263.45
386.70
434.95
323.95
447.20
495.45
272.36
395.61
443.86
332.86
456.11
504.36
287.45
410.70
458.95
347.95
471.20
519.45
248.36
371.61
419.86
308.86
432.11
480.36
263.45
386.70
434.95
323.95
447.20
495.45
272.36
395.61
443.86
332.86
456.11
504.36
287.45
410.70
458.95
347.95
471.20
519.45
50N CONDENSER DETAIL SIZES N, P, Q
(75-105 TON NOMINAL CAPACITY)
UNIT
75 ALL
75 ALL
90 STANDARD EFFICIENCY
90 HIGH EFFICIENCY
90 STANDARD EFFICIENCY
105 STANDARD EFFICIENCY
105 HIGH EFFICIENCY
105 STANDARD EFFICIENCY
COND
COILS 2V
YES
YES
YES
—
YES
YES
—
YES
COND COIL
3V
—
—
—
YES
—
—
YES
—
LOW
SOUND
NO
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
DIMENSION
“S”
92.62
98.06
92.62
98.06
98.06
98.06
98.06
98.06
33
50N UNITS SIZES R, S, T (120-150 TON NOMINAL CAPACITY)
Base unit dimensions (cont)
a50-8824
34
50N UNIT SIZES R, S, T (120-150 TON NOMINAL CAPACITY)
NOMINAL
EXTENDED
CAPACITY/
CHASSIS
EFFICIENCY
FIELD
USE
FILTER
SECTION
NO
NO
YES
120 STD EFF
NO
YES
YES
NO
NO
YES
120 HI EFF
130 ALL
150 STD EFF
NO
YES
YES
BLANK
SECTION
2-PIECE
UNIT
COND
A
B
D
F
G
H
J
K
NO
4 FT
8 FT
NO
4 FT
8 FT
NO
4 FT
8 FT
NO
4 FT
8 FT
NO
4 FT
8 FT
NO
4 FT
8 FT
NO
4 FT
8 FT
NO
4 FT
8 FT
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
258.04
581.29
629.54
518.54
641.79
690.04
482.04
605.29
653.54
542.54
665.79
714.04
510.04
633.29
681.54
570.54
693.79
742.04
534.04
657.29
705.54
594.54
717.79
766.04
274.35
397.60
445.85
334.85
458.10
506.35
298.35
421.60
469.85
358.85
482.10
530.35
274.35
397.60
445.85
334.85
458.10
506.35
298.35
421.60
469.85
358.85
482.10
530.35
186.86
205.11
205.11
247.36
265.61
265.61
186.86
205.11
205.11
247.36
265.61
265.61
186.86
205.11
205.11
247.36
265.61
265.61
186.86
205.11
205.11
247.36
265.61
265.61
459.28
582.53
630.78
519.78
643.03
691.28
483.28
606.53
654.78
543.78
667.03
715.28
511.28
634.53
682.78
571.78
695.03
743.28
535.28
658.53
706.78
595.78
719.03
767.28
227.68
245.93
245.93
288.18
306.43
306.43
251.68
269.93
269.93
312.18
330.43
330.43
227.68
245.93
245.93
288.18
306.43
306.43
251.68
269.93
269.93
312.18
330.43
330.43
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
119.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
171.76
—
—
—
—
—
—
195.56
213.81
213.81
256.06
274.31
274.31
—
—
—
—
—
—
195.56
213.81
213.81
256.06
274.31
274.31
273.29
396.54
444.79
333.79
457.04
505.29
297.29
420.54
468.79
357.79
481.04
529.29
273.29
396.54
444.79
333.79
457.04
505.29
297.29
420.54
468.79
357.79
481.04
529.29
50N CONDENSER DETAIL SIZES R, S, T
(120-150 TON NOMINAL CAPACITY)
UNIT
120 STANDARD EFFICIENCY
120 HIGH EFFICIENCY
120 STANDARD EFFICIENCY
130 STANDARD EFFICIENCY
130 HIGH EFFICIENCY
130 STANDARD EFFICIENCY
150 STANDARD EFFICIENCY
COND
COILS 2V
YES
—
YES
—
—
—
—
COND COIL
3V
—
YES
—
YES
YES
YES
YES
LOW
SOUND
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
YES
DIMENSION
“S”
96.62
102.06
102.06
96.62
102.06
102.06
102.06
35
36
O'-13/16"
[21]
0'-3"
[76.2]
10'-8 7/8"
[3274]
0'-1"
[25.4]
(CORNER CONNECTIONS AND
SPLICE PLATE CONNECTIONS)
RETURN
BASE RAIL CROSS SECTION
TYP ALL BASE RAILS
0'-1 3/4"
[44]
4. CROSS SUPPORTS EQUALLY SPACED APPROX 5'-6' APART
3. DIMENSIONS IN [ ] ARE MILLIMETERS.
2. ROOF CURB: 14 GA.[VA03-56] STL.
1. ROOF CURB ACCESSORY IS SHIPPED DISASSEMBLED.
NOTES:
0'-3"
[76]
"A"
1'-2"
[356]
4'-1-1/2"
[1257]
GASKET
(SUPPLIED WITH CURB)
BASEPAN
RIGID INSULATION
(FIELD SUPPLIED)
"B"
SEE NOTE 4
SEE NOTE 4
8'-9"
[2667]
"D" SUPPORT
SEE CONDENSER
SECTION
SUPPLY
48N ROOF CURB
1.0
DEG.
A
2.0
IN.
.50
DEG.
DIMENSIONS
(degrees and inches)
B
.75
IN.
1'-1/16"
[309]
CONDENSER
AND
COMPRESSOR
END
B
B
CONDENSER
AND
COMPRESSOR
END
CONDENSER
AND
COMPRESSOR
END
*From edge of unit to horizontal.
UNIT LEVELING TOLERANCES
0'-1 3/4"
[44]
(TYP ALL SIDES)
CANT STRIP
(FIELD SUPPLIED)
ROOFING MATERIAL
(FIELD SUPPLIED)
ROOFING FELT
(FIELD SUPPLIED)
COUNTER FLASHING
(FIELD SUPPLIED)
NAIL
"C"
11'-3/8"
[3363]
10'-8 7/8"
[3274]
A
Accessory dimensions
a48-8683
48N ROOF CURB SIZES N, P, Q (75-105 TON
NOMINAL CAPACITY)
PART NUMBER*
CRRFCURB225A00
CRRFCURB226A00
CRRFCURB227A00
CRRFCURB228A00
CRRFCURB229A00
CRRFCURB230A00
CRRFCURB231A00
CRRFCURB232A00
CRRFCURB233A00
CRRFCURB234A00
CRRFCURB235A00
CRRFCURB236A00
CRRFCURB237A00
CRRFCURB238A00
CRRFCURB239A00
CRRFCURB240A00
CRRFCURB241A00
CRRFCURB242A00
CRRFCURB243A00
CRRFCURB244A00
CRRFCURB245A00
CRRFCURB246A00
CRRFCURB247A00
CRRFCURB248A00
DIMENSION
A
361.11
376.20
385.11
400.20
427.61
439.86
442.70
451.61
454.95
463.86
466.70
475.86
478.95
488.11
490.95
499.86
503.20
512.11
514.95
527.20
536.36
551.45
560.36
575.45
DIMENSION
B
258.61
273.70
282.61
297.70
325.11
337.36
340.20
349.11
352.45
361.36
364.20
373.36
376.45
385.61
388.45
397.36
400.70
409.61
412.45
424.70
433.86
448.95
457.86
472.95
DIMENSION
C
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
*Use Applied Rooftop Builder program to select the proper roof curb.
NOTE: Dimensions are in inches.
48N ROOF CURB SIZES N, P, Q (120-150 TON
NOMINAL CAPACITY)
PART NUMBER*
CRRFCURB261A00
CRRFCURB262A00
CRRFCURB263A00
CRRFCURB264A00
CRRFCURB265A00
CRRFCURB266A00
CRRFCURB267A00
CRRFCURB268A00
CRRFCURB269A00
CRRFCURB270A00
CRRFCURB271A00
CRRFCURB272A00
CRRFCURB273A00
CRRFCURB274A00
CRRFCURB275A00
CRRFCURB276A00
CRRFCURB277A00
CRRFCURB278A00
CRRFCURB279A00
CRRFCURB280A00
CRRFCURB281A00
CRRFCURB282A00
CRRFCURB283A00
CRRFCURB284A00
CRRFCURB285A00
DIMENSION
A
386.04
398.04
410.04
422.04
440.29
452.54
464.54
464.79
476.54
476.79
488.54
488.79
500.79
500.79
512.79
513.04
524.79
525.04
536.79
537.04
549.04
561.29
573.29
585.29
597.29
DIMENSION
B
283.54
283.54
307.54
307.54
325.79
350.04
350.04
362.29
374.04
362.29
374.04
386.29
398.29
386.29
398.29
410.54
422.29
410.54
422.29
434.54
434.54
458.79
458.79
482.79
482.79
DIMENSION
C
49.50
61.50
49.50
61.50
61.50
49.50
61.50
49.50
49.50
61.50
61.50
49.50
49.50
61.50
61.50
49.50
49.50
61.50
61.50
49.50
61.50
49.50
61.50
49.50
61.50
37
38
O'-13/16"
[21]
0'-3"
[76.2]
10'-8 7/8"
[3274]
0'-1"
[25.4]
(CORNER CONNECTIONS AND
SPLICE PLATE CONNECTIONS)
RETURN
BASE RAIL CROSS SECTION
TYP ALL BASE RAILS
0'-1 3/4"
[44]
4. CROSS SUPPORTS EQUALLY SPACED APPROX 5'-6' APART
3. DIMENSIONS IN [ ] ARE MILLIMETERS.
2. ROOF CURB: 14 GA.[VA03-56] STL.
1. ROOF CURB ACCESSORY IS SHIPPED DISASSEMBLED.
NOTES:
0'-3"
[76]
"A"
1'-2"
[356]
4'-1-1/2"
[1257]
GASKET
(SUPPLIED WITH CURB)
BASEPAN
RIGID INSULATION
(FIELD SUPPLIED)
"B"
SEE NOTE 4
SEE NOTE 4
8'-9"
[2667]
"D" SUPPORT
SEE CONDENSER
SECTION
SUPPLY
50N ROOF CURB
1.0
DEG.
A
2.0
IN.
.50
DEG.
DIMENSIONS
(degrees and inches)
B
.75
IN.
1'-1/16"
[309]
CONDENSER
AND
COMPRESSOR
END
B
B
CONDENSER
AND
COMPRESSOR
END
CONDENSER
AND
COMPRESSOR
END
*From edge of unit to horizontal.
UNIT LEVELING TOLERANCES
0'-1 3/4"
[44]
(TYP ALL SIDES)
CANT STRIP
(FIELD SUPPLIED)
ROOFING MATERIAL
(FIELD SUPPLIED)
ROOFING FELT
(FIELD SUPPLIED)
COUNTER FLASHING
(FIELD SUPPLIED)
NAIL
"C"
11'-3/8"
[3363]
10'-8 7/8"
[3274]
A
Accessory dimensions (cont)
a48-8683
50N ROOF CURB SIZES N, P, Q (75-105 TON
NOMINAL CAPACITY)
PART NUMBER*
CRRFCURB201A00
CRRFCURB202A00
CRRFCURB203A00
CRRFCURB204A00
CRRFCURB205A00
CRRFCURB206A00
CRRFCURB207A00
CRRFCURB208A00
CRRFCURB209A00
CRRFCURB210A00
CRRFCURB211A00
CRRFCURB212A00
CRRFCURB213A00
CRRFCURB214A00
CRRFCURB215A00
CRRFCURB216A00
CRRFCURB217A00
CRRFCURB218A00
CRRFCURB219A00
CRRFCURB220A00
CRRFCURB221A00
CRRFCURB222A00
CRRFCURB223A00
CRRFCURB224A00
DIMENSION
A
296.11
311.20
320.11
335.20
356.61
371.70
380.61
395.70
419.36
434.45
443.36
485.45
467.61
479.86
482.70
491.61
494.95
503.86
506.70
518.95
528.11
543.20
552.11
567.20
DIMENSION
B
193.61
208.70
217.61
232.70
254.11
269.20
278.11
293.20
316.86
331.95
340.86
382.95
365.11
377.36
380.20
389.11
392.45
401.36
404.20
416.45
425.61
440.70
449.61
464.70
DIMENSION
C
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
50N ROOF CURB SIZES N, P, Q (120-150 TON
NOMINAL CAPACITY)
PART NUMBER*
CRRFCURB249A00
CRRFCURB250A00
CRRFCURB251A00
CRRFCURB252A00
CRRFCURB253A00
CRRFCURB254A00
CRRFCURB255A00
CRRFCURB256A00
CRRFCURB257A00
CRRFCURB258A00
CRRFCURB259A00
CRRFCURB260A00
DIMENSION
A
321.04
345.04
381.54
405.54
444.29
468.29
492.54
504.79
516.54
528.79
553.04
577.04
DIMENSION
B
218.54
242.54
279.04
303.04
341.79
365.79
390.04
402.29
414.04
426.29
450.54
474.54
DIMENSION
C
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
49.50
*Use Applied Rooftop Builder program to select the proper roof curb.
NOTE: Dimensions are in inches.
39
40
a48-8745
ACCESSORY PART
NUMBER
UNIT SIZE
NOMINAL TONS
75 ALL
90 STANDARD
EFFICIENCY
90 HIGH EFFICIENCY
105 STADARD
EFFICIENCY
105 HIGH EFFICIENCY
120 STANDARD
EFFICIENCY
120 HIGH EFFICIENCY
130 ALL
150 ALL
—
—
YES
YES
YES
—
CRRFCURB287A00
YES
—
—
—
CRRFCURB286A00
—
YES
—
YES
—
YES
—
—
YES
YES
COND COIL 3V
COND COILS 2V
ROOF CURB CONDENSER SUPPORT
ROOF CURB CONDENSER SECTION
181.50
181.50
181.50
129.50
181.50
129.50
181.50
129.50
181.50
129.50
DIM.
D
129.50
—
—
—
10.62
9.25
—
—
—
—
—
DIM.
E
—
Accessory dimensions (cont)
Performance data
COMPONENT PRESSURE DROPS (in. wg)
SIZES N, P, Q (75-105 TON NOMINAL CAPACITY)
COMPONENT
AIRFLOW (cfm)
15,000
19,000
23,000
27,000
31,000
35,000
39,000
43,000
47,000
52,000
High-Capacity Coil (75-90)
0.05
0.10
0.14
0.18
0.22
0.26
0.29
0.32
0.34
0.37
High-Capacity Coil (105)
0.04
0.09
0.14
0.19
0.24
0.28
0.32
0.36
0.40
0.44
Humidi-MiZer® System (75-105)
0.12
0.13
0.15
0.16
0.18
0.21
0.25
0.31
0.38
0.49
Hydronic Coil (75-105)
0.13
0.20
0.28
0.37
0.46
0.57
0.68
0.80
0.93
1.10
Steam Coil (75-105)
0.14
0.22
0.31
0.41
0.51
0.63
0.75
0.88
1.02
1.21
Low Gas Heat (75-105)
0.12
0.20
0.30
0.42
0.56
0.72
0.90
1.10
1.32
1.62
Medium Gas Heat (75-105)
0.02
0.01
0.01
0.02
0.03
0.06
0.11
0.18
0.28
0.44
High Gas Heat (75-105)
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.02
0.03
0.06
0.09
0.13
0.20
Electric Heat (108 kW)
0.05
0.08
0.12
0.16
0.21
0.27
0.34
0.42
0.50
0.62
Electric Heat (108 kW, High Fan)
0.08
0.12
0.17
0.24
0.32
0.41
0.51
0.63
0.75
0.93
Electric Heat (144 kW)
0.06
0.09
0.13
0.18
0.23
0.30
0.38
0.46
0.55
0.68
Electric Heat (144 kW, High Fan)
0.08
0.13
0.19
0.27
0.35
0.45
0.56
0.69
0.83
1.02
Electric Heat (190 kW)
0.06
0.10
0.14
0.19
0.26
0.33
0.41
0.51
0.61
0.75
Electric Heat (190 kW, High Fan)
0.09
0.14
0.21
0.29
0.39
0.50
0.62
0.76
0.91
1.12
Electric Heat (265 kW)
0.07
0.11
0.15
0.21
0.28
0.36
0.46
0.56
0.67
0.82
Electric Heat (265 kW, High Fan)
0.10
0.16
0.23
0.32
0.43
0.55
0.68
0.84
1.00
1.24
4 in. MERV 8 Mix
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
4 in. MERV 14 Mix
0.21
0.27
0.33
0.39
0.44
0.50
0.56
0.61
0.67
0.74
Cartridge Filter Mixed 2 in. Pre-Filter
0.38
0.48
0.58
0.68
0.78
0.88
0.98
1.08
1.18
1.30
Cartridge Filter Mixed 4 in. Pre-Filter
0.30
0.38
0.46
0.54
0.62
0.70
0.78
0.86
0.94
1.04
MERV 14 Bag 2 in. Pre-Filter
0.30
0.38
0.46
0.54
0.62
0.70
0.78
0.86
0.94
1.04
MERV 14 Bag 4 in. Pre-Filter
0.23
0.29
0.35
0.41
0.47
0.53
0.59
0.65
0.71
0.78
MERV 15 Bag 2 in. Pre-Filter
0.30
0.38
0.46
0.54
0.62
0.70
0.78
0.86
0.94
1.04
MERV 15 Bag 4 in. Pre-Filter
0.23
0.29
0.35
0.41
0.47
0.53
0.59
0.65
0.71
0.78
Cartridge Filter Final 2 in. Pre-Filter
0.39
0.50
0.61
0.71
0.82
0.92
1.03
1.13
1.24
1.37
Cartridge Filter Final 4 in. Pre-Filter
0.32
0.40
0.48
0.57
0.65
0.74
0.82
0.91
0.99
1.09
MERV 15 Bag Final 2 in. Pre-Filter
0.32
0.40
0.48
0.57
0.65
0.74
0.82
0.91
0.99
1.09
MERV 15 Bag Final 4 in. Pre-Filter
0.24
0.30
0.36
0.43
0.49
0.55
0.62
0.68
0.74
0.82
HEPA Final 2 in. Pre-Filter
0.47
0.60
0.73
0.85
0.98
1.11
1.23
1.36
1.48
1.64
HEPA Final 4 in. Pre-Filter
0.39
0.50
0.61
0.71
0.82
0.92
1.03
1.13
1.24
1.37
Economizer Pressure Drop Small
0.07
0.09
0.11
0.15
0.19
0.24
0.29
0.35
0.41
0.50
High PE Fan (off)
0.02
0.05
0.09
0.12
0.15
0.19
0.24
0.30
0.35
0.44
Low PE Fan (90-105) (off)
0.00
0.05
0.10
0.13
0.17
0.21
0.25
0.30
0.35
0.44
Low PE Fan (75) (off)
0.06
0.08
0.10
0.13
0.15
0.20
0.25
0.29
0.36
0.43
Outdoor Airflow Station
0.00
0.03
0.07
0.09
0.11
0.14
0.17
0.20
0.23
0.28
FILTERS
Mixed Air Filters
Final Filters
PE
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Performance data (cont)
COMPONENT PRESSURE DROPS (in. wg)
SIZES R, S, T (120-150 TON NOMINAL CAPACITY)
AIRFLOW (cfm)
COMPONENT
24,000
28,000
32,000
36,000
40,000
44,000
48,000
52,000
56,000
60,000
High-Capacity Coil (120)
0.10
0.13
0.16
0.19
0.22
0.25
0.28
0.31
0.33
0.36
High-Capacity Coil (130-150)
0.11
0.14
0.17
0.20
0.23
0.26
0.29
0.33
0.36
0.39
Humidi-MiZer® System (120-150)
0.24
0.25
0.26
0.27
0.28
0.30
0.33
0.37
0.43
0.50
Hydronic Coil (120-150)
0.18
0.23
0.28
0.34
0.41
0.48
0.55
0.63
0.71
0.80
Steam Coil (120-150)
0.21
0.27
0.34
0.41
0.49
0.57
0.66
0.76
0.86
0.96
Low Gas Heat (120-150)
0.31
0.43
0.57
0.72
0.90
1.09
1.31
1.54
1.79
2.06
Medium Gas Heat (120-150)
0.01
0.02
0.04
0.07
0.12
0.19
0.29
0.42
0.58
0.77
High Gas Heat (120-150)
0.01
0.01
0.02
0.04
0.06
0.09
0.14
0.19
0.26
0.35
Electric Heat (144 kW)
0.13
0.18
0.24
0.30
0.38
0.46
0.55
0.65
0.76
0.87
Electric Heat (144 kW, High Fan)
0.20
0.27
0.36
0.46
0.57
0.69
0.83
0.98
1.14
1.31
Electric Heat (265 kW)
0.15
0.20
0.26
0.34
0.42
0.51
0.61
0.72
0.83
0.96
Electric Heat (300 kW)
0.22
0.30
0.39
0.50
0.62
0.76
0.91
1.07
1.25
1.44
Electric Heat (300 kW, High Fan)
0.29
0.39
0.51
0.65
0.81
0.99
1.18
1.39
1.63
1.87
4 in. MERV 8 Mix
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
4 in. MERV 14 Mix
0.34
0.40
0.46
0.51
0.57
0.63
0.69
0.74
0.80
0.86
Cartridge Filter Mixed 2 in. Pre-Filter
0.60
0.70
0.80
0.90
1.00
1.10
1.20
1.30
1.40
1.50
Cartridge Filter Mixed 4 in. Pre-Filter
0.48
0.56
0.64
0.72
0.80
0.88
0.96
1.04
1.12
1.20
MERV 14 Bag 2 in. Pre-Filter
0.48
0.56
0.64
0.72
0.80
0.88
0.96
1.04
1.12
1.20
MERV 14 Bag 4 in. Pre-Filter
0.36
0.42
0.48
0.54
0.60
0.66
0.72
0.78
0.84
0.90
MERV 15 Bag 2 in. Pre-Filter
0.48
0.56
0.64
0.72
0.80
0.88
0.96
1.04
1.12
1.20
MERV 15 Bag 4 in. Pre-Filter
0.36
0.42
0.48
0.54
0.60
0.66
0.72
0.78
0.84
0.90
Cartridge Filter Final 2 in. Pre-Filter
0.63
0.74
0.84
0.95
1.05
1.16
1.26
1.37
1.47
1.58
Cartridge Filter Final 4 in. Pre-Filter
0.51
0.59
0.67
0.76
0.84
0.93
1.01
1.09
1.18
1.26
MERV 15 Bag Final 2 in. Pre-Filter
0.51
0.59
0.67
0.76
0.84
0.93
1.01
1.09
1.18
1.26
MERV 15 Bag Final 4 in. Pre-Filter
0.38
0.44
0.51
0.57
0.63
0.69
0.76
0.82
0.88
0.95
HEPA Final 2 in. Pre-Filter
0.76
0.88
1.01
1.14
1.26
1.39
1.52
1.64
1.77
1.89
HEPA Final 4 in. Pre-Filter
0.63
0.74
0.84
0.95
1.05
1.16
1.26
1.37
1.47
1.58
Economizer Pressure Drop
0.11
0.16
0.18
0.24
0.30
0.40
0.44
0.51
0.68
0.67
High PE Fan (off)
0.08
0.11
0.14
0.19
0.24
0.26
0.28
0.33
0.40
0.42
Low PE Fan (off)
0.10
0.15
0.17
0.23
0.28
0.33
0.37
0.44
0.48
0.58
Outdoor Airflow Station
0.08
0.11
0.13
0.16
0.20
0.24
0.28
0.33
0.38
0.43
FILTERS
Mixed Air Filters
Final Filters
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Electrical data
Please refer to the Applied RTUBuilder software for the
unit electrical data. The unit electrical data may also be
found in the unit Installation Instructions.
MOTOR LIMITATIONS
NOMINAL
HP
BkW
MAX BHP
MAX BkW
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
75
100
5.60
7.46
11.19
14.92
18.65
22.38
29.84
37.30
44.80
59.50
74.60
8.6
11.5
17.3
22.9
28.7
34.5
45.9
57.4
68.9
86.1
114.8
6.39
8.56
12.89
17.10
21.41
25.71
34.27
42.83
51.41
64.25
85.67
MAX AMPS (EA)
460 V
575 V
12.0
10.0
14.3
12.0
22.0
19.0
28.7
23.0
36.3
28.4
41.7
36.3
55.0
43.8
71.0
52.8
83.0
60.5
101.0
80.5
132.0
106.0
RATED
EFFICIENCY
91.7
91.7
93.0
93.6
93.6
94.1
94.1
94.5
95.0
95.0
95.4
LEGEND
Bhp — Brake Horsepower
BkW — Brake Kilowatts
NOTES:
1. Extensive motor and electrical testing on the Carrier units has
ensured that the full horsepower range of the motor can be utilized
with confidence. Using fan motors up to the horsepower ratings
shown in the Motor Limitations table will not result in nuisance tripping or premature motor failure. Unit warranty will not be affected.
2. All motors comply with the Energy Independence Security Act
(EISA) of 2007.
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Controls
Control components
The 48/50N Series rooftops use the ComfortLink control
system that has been developed for use in Carrier Commercial equipment. The control system monitors all operating conditions in the rooftop unit as well as controlling
the compressors, economizers, fans, heat and other devices. It also has the capability of communicating with the
Carrier Comfort Network® devices using the CCN protocol
and other popular protocols including BACnet, MODBUS,
and LonWorks. The system uses a microprocessor and a
series of boards, each with inputs and outputs. A local network communications bus (LEN) ties all the boards together into a system and enables the boards to communicate.
For the 48/50N Series, the control consists of the following key components:
Main base board (MBB) — The MBB is the center of
the ComfortLink control system. It contains the major portion of the operating software and controls the operation
of the unit. The MBB continuously monitors inputs and
controls outputs, as well as sends and receives data over
the LEN and CCN communications channels. The board is
located in the control box.
Rooftop control board (RXB) — The RXB controls
many unit functions. The RXB controls the actuators for
the economizer, hydronic heating valve and humidifier
valve using a digital communications signal. This signal also
provides operation and diagnostic data on the actuators.
The RXB also has relay outputs to control condenser fans,
minimum load valve and the heat interlock output. The
RXB board is located in the control box.
Compressor expansion board (CXB) — The CXB
provides additional compressor control outputs and is located in the control box.
Options control board (EXB) — The EXB is used on
units with the optional return fan, digital scroll compressors, low ambient option, airflow sensor option, VFD with
bypass option or when control of a humidifier is required.
This board is located in the control box.
Expansion valve board (EXV) — Two EXV boards control the electronic expansion valves in the system. These
boards also accept an optional liquid line temperature for
prognostics and a status input when the VFD bypass option is installed. If the unit is equipped with the optional
Humidi-MiZer® system, a third EXV board controls the bypass and condenser modulating valves. The EXV boards
are located in the control box.
Staged gas heat board (SCB) — The SCB board will
be installed when modulating gas heat or SCR electric heat
options are installed. On units with modulating gas heat
the SCB stages the operation of the gas valves and provides an analog signal to modulate the gas valve. On units
with SCR electric heat, the SCB will control the operation
of the SCRs. The SCB is also installed when the Prognostics or Heat Reclaim options are used. It also provides additional sensors for monitoring of the supply-air temperature. This board is located in the control box.
Modulating gas heat boards — When the optional
modulating gas heat is used, one timer relay board (TR1)
and one signal conditioner board (SC30) will be installed in
the heating compartment. The two boards in combination
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with SCB board provide control to the modulating gas heat
section. Refer to the Unit Controls and Troubleshooting
book for information on modulating gas control.
Integrated gas controller (IGC) — One IGC is provided with each bank of gas heat exchangers. It controls the
direct spark ignition system and monitors the rollout
switch, limit switches, and induced-draft motor Hall Effect
sensor. For units equipped with modulating gas heat, the
induced-draft motor function is proven with a pressure
switch. The IGC is equipped with an LED for diagnostics.
The IGCs are located in the gas heat section.
Controls expansion module (CEM) — The optional
expansion module is used to provide inputs for supply air
set point reset, static pressure reset, demand limiting, humidity control, outdoor air quality and other optional inputs. It is located in the control box.
Compressor protection Cycle-LOC™ board (CSB)
— This board monitors the status of the compressor by
sensing the current flow to the compressors and then provides digital status signal to the MBB. The CSB's are located in the power box.
Navigator™ display — This device is the keypad interface used to access the control information, read sensor
values, test the unit, and monitor alarm status. The Navigator display is 4 line x 20 character back lit LCD display.
The display is very easy to operate using 4 buttons and a
group of 11 LEDs that indicate the following menu:
• Run Status
• Outputs
• Service Test
• Configuration
• Temperatures
• Timeclock
• Pressures
• Operating Modes
• Set Points
• Alarms
• Inputs
Through the display, inputs and outputs can be checked
for their value or status. Because the unit is equipped with
suction pressure transducers and discharge saturation temperature sensors it can also display pressures typically obtained from gages. The control includes a full alarm history
which can be accessed from the display. Through the display, a built-in test routine can be used at start-up commission and during maintenance inspections to help diagnose
operational problems with the unit.
Cooling control options
When mechanical cooling is required, the N Series ComfortLink controls have the capability to control the staging
of the compressors in several different ways. Five scroll
compressors are used on 75 ton units, six scroll compressors on 90 and 105 ton units, and eight scroll compressors
are used on 120 to 150 ton units. In addition, a digital unloading type scroll compressor is available as an option on
all units. The ComfortLink controls also support the use of
an optional minimum load hot gas bypass valve (MLV) with
the Multiple Adaptive Demand and VAV control sequences. The MLV is directly controlled by the ComfortLink
controls and provides an additional stage of capacity as
well as low load coil freeze protection. The control also integrates the use of an economizer with the use of mechanical cooling to allow for the greatest use of free cooling.
When both mechanical cooling and the economizer are being used, the control will use the economizer to provide
better temperature control and limit the cycling of the compressors. The control also checks on various other operation parameters in the units to make sure that safety limits
are not exceeded and the compressors are reliably
operated.
The N Series ComfortLink controls offers three control
approaches to mechanical cooling: constant volume,
SAV™, and VAV, all with multiple stages of cooling.
Control type — The control type determines the selection of the type of cooling control as well as the technique
for selecting a cooling mode. The control types are:
VAV-RAT and VAV-SPT — Both of these configurations
refer to standard VAV operation. If the control is in the occupied mode, the supply fan is run continuously and return-air temperature will be used in the determination of
the selection of the cooling mode. The difference of VAVSPT and VAV-RAT is during the unoccupied period. In
VAV-SPT space temperature will be used versus return-air
temperature in VAV-RAT to start the supply fan for ten
minutes before the return-air temperature is allowed to call
out any operating mode.
CV or SAV TSTAT-Multiple Stage — This configuration
will force the control to monitor the thermostat inputs
(Y1,Y2) to make a determination of mode. Unlike traditional 2- stage thermostat control, the unit is allowed to use
multiple stages of cooling control and perform VAV-style
capacity control.
CV or SAV SPT-Multiple Stage — This configuration will
force the control to monitor a space temperature sensor to
make a determination of mode. The unit is allowed to use
multiple stages of cooling control and perform VAV-style
capacity control.
Cooling control method — Two different cooling control methods are used to step through the available stages
of capacity. Depending on the unit size, cooling control
method and presence of an MLV, this may range from 5
up to 8 stages of capacity control. These methods are:
Multiple Stage Evaporator Discharge Temperature
(EDT) — The capacity of the economizer and compressors
are controlled based on the evaporator air discharge temperature and supply air temperature set point. This control
method uses an adaptive PID (proportional, integral, derivative) algorithm to calculate the estimated change in supply-air temperature before engaging or disengaging the
next stage of cooling. The algorithm compensates for varying conditions, including changing flow rates across the
evaporator coil, to provide better overall control of compressor staging.
Multiple Adaptive Demand — This control method will
base the capacity of the economizer and compressors on
the evaporator air discharge temperature and one of two
supply air temperature set points. The control will be able
to call out a LOW COOL or a HIGH COOL mode and
maintain a low or high cool supply air set point. The unit
will use either the input from a conventional thermostat to
turn the Y1, Y2 signals into a high and low demand signal,
or with a space temperature sensor use a differential from
set point to determine the mode. Once the mode has been
established the control uses the same algorithm as with
VAV control.
Integrated economizer — For each of the above modes
of operation all mechanical cooling will first be delayed
while the unit attempts to use the economizer for free cooling. Once the economizer is at full capacity, the control will
then supplement the free cooling with as much mechanical
cooling as required. To prevent any rapid changes in cooling, the control will also use the economizer to trim the
cooling supplied.
Heating control options
When heating is required the N Series units can be provided with 2-stage electric heat, 2-stage gas heat, modulating
gas heat, SCR electric heat, or modulating hydronic heat.
Modulating gas heat provides variable heating loads depending on unit size and overall heating capacity. The N
Series ComfortLink controls have the capability to control
the heating capacity based on input from a 2-stage mechanical thermostat, a space temperature sensor, or on
VAV units by the return air temperature sensor. With CV
units the heating mode (off, low or high) will be enabled
based on W1 and W2 thermostat inputs, or when using a
space temperature sensor the differential from heating set
point will be used. Heating with VAV units will be enabled
based on the return-air temperature or the space temperature, but once enabled control will be based on the returnair temperature. Variable air volume terminals will be commanded open to the heating cfm through linkage or the
heat interlock relay. The N Series ComfortLink controls
will use one of the following control methods:
Two-stage control (gas or electric heat) — The unit
will operate in LOW HEAT or HIGH HEAT mode as determined by the demand inputs. In the LOW HEAT mode if
the temperature sensed by the evaporator discharge temperature sensor is below 50 F, the unit will automatically go
into a HIGH HEAT mode.
Modulating control (gas heat only) or SCR control
(electric heat only) — When the unit is in a LOW HEAT
mode the algorithm calculates the desired heat capacity
based on set point and supply-air temperature. Units with
modulating or SCR control logic will continuously modulate the heating capacity to match the calculated demand.
When the unit is in a HIGH HEAT mode all stages of heat
will be activated. Both SCR and modulating gas heat options can also be used in a TEMPERING mode. This mode
is enabled during a VENTILATION, LOW COOL or HIGH
COOL mode when the economizer dampers are at their
minimum ventilation position and the mixed-air temperature is below the supply air set point. In tempering the
mixed-air temperature is raised to the desired supply air set
point. Tempering can also be used during a preoccupancy
purge to prevent low temperature air from being delivered
to the space.
Modulating hydronic coil control — When the unit is
in a LOW HEAT mode the algorithm calculates the desired
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Controls (cont)
heat capacity based on set point and supply-air temperature. The valve control logic will modulate the heating capacity to match the calculated demand. When the unit is in
a HIGH HEAT mode the modulating valve will go to a full
open position. Modulating hydronic heat can also be used
in a TEMPERING mode. This mode is enabled during a
VENTILATION, LOW COOL or HIGH COOL mode when
the economizer dampers are at their minimum ventilation
position and the mixed-air temperature is below the supply
air set point. Tempering can also be used during a preoccupancy purge to prevent low temperature air from being delivered to the space.
Economizer, building pressure control and
IAQ options
The controls have been designed to support the requirements of indoor air quality control through the use of outside air. Units can either be equipped with a motorized outside-air damper or a fully modulating economizer. The
economizer can be configured for a full modulation mode
or 3-position mode of operation. The control includes logic
for a minimum ventilation position and different set points
for occupied and unoccupied minimum position set points.
This control also has logic built in to calibrate the economizer position to the actual percentage of outside air introduced. During periods when the compressors are not being
used the control will use the RAT, SAT and OAT to calibrate the economizer. This will allow for setting the outside
air actual percentage and not just the percent damper position. The use of the economizer will depend on the mode
of change selected. This control integrates the changeover
directly into the control. Five types of changeover are
available:
• Outdoor air dry bulb
• Differential dry bulb
• Outdoor air enthalpy
• Differential enthalpy
• Outdoor air dew point
The units are provided with an outdoor air sensor, return
air temperature sensor, and outdoor enthalpy switch so the
first three changeover methods are available as standard.
To use the enthalpy changeover options the control supports the addition of highly reliable, electronic humidity
sensors. The humidity sensor input is then used with the
dry bulb sensors to calculate the enthalpy. For outdoor enthalpy changeover the control also has the ASHRAE 90.1
- A, B, C, D economizer changeover curves built into the
software. When operating with outside air economizers,
large amounts of air can be introduced into the building
and a means must be provided for building pressure relief.
The 48/50N Series control supports the following types of
building pressure control:
• Motorized outdoor air damper - may be used when an
economizer is not required.
• Modulating power exhaust - The units can be equipped
with modulating power exhaust. The exhaust airflow is
controlled by modulating the speed of the exhaust fan
with a variable frequency drive (VFD). The ComfortLink
controls the motor speed through the VFD to maintain
the building pressure set point.
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• Modulating return fan - Both the VAV and CV units can
be equipped with modulating return fan. The primary
function of a return fan is to handle return duct losses,
allowing the supply fan to handle only internal and supply static load. Return fans should never be used on systems with less than 0.5-in. wg return static. The return
fan runs whenever the supply fan is operating and its
speed is controlled by a variable frequency drive. The
ComfortLink controls measure the supply fan airflow
and adjusts the return fan speed to maintain a programmed airflow differential. The airflow differential is
dynamically adjusted to maintain building pressure set
point. The units may be equipped with a variety of filter
types and can have an optional filter pressure drop
switch or pressure transducer to warn of dirty filter
conditions.
The indoor air quality (IAQ) function provides a demandbased control for ventilation air quantity, by providing a
modulating outside air damper position that is proportional
to the space CO2 level. The ventilation damper position is
varied between a minimum ventilation level (based on internal sources of contaminants and CO2 levels other than the
effect of people) and the maximum design ventilation level
(determined at maximum populated status in the building).
During a less-than-fully populated space period, the CO2
level will be lower than that at full-load design condition
and will require less ventilation air. Reduced quantities of
ventilation air will result in reduced operating costs. Space
CO2 levels are monitored and compared to user-configured
set points. Accessory CO2 sensor for space (or return duct
mounting) is required. The IAQ routine can be enhanced
by also installing a sensor for outdoor air quality. During
the occupied period, in the absence of a demand for cooling using outside air, if CO2 levels are below the set point
for the minimum ventilation level, the outside-air damper
will open to the minimum ventilation level damper position
set point. The minimum damper position will be maintained as long as the CO2 level remains below the set
point. When the space CO2 level exceeds set point for the
minimum ventilation level condition, the ComfortLink
controls will begin to open the outside air damper position
to admit more ventilation air and remove the additional
contaminants. As the space CO2 level approaches the set
point for maximum design ventilation level condition, the
outside air damper position will reach the maximum ventilation level damper position set point limit. Damper position will be modulated in a directly proportional relationship between these two CO2 set point limits and their corresponding damper position limits. In most applications a
fixed reference value can be set for the outdoor air quality
level, but the control also supports the addition of an outdoor air quality sensor that will be compared to the indoor
or return IAQ sensor. If an OAQ (outdoor air quality) sensor is connected, the demand set point levels will be adjusted automatically as the outdoor CO2 levels vary. Also, if
the outdoor CO2 level exceeds a user-configured maximum
limit value, then outside air damper position will be limited
to the minimum ventilation damper set point value. The
control can also receive these signals through the CCN
system. The IAQ and OAQ measurement levels are
displayed by the ComfortLink scrolling marquee in parts
per million (ppm).
Outdoor air cfm control — Minimum space ventilation
requirements can also be maintained by applying the minimum outdoor air cfm control option. This option provides
an airflow monitoring station at the outside air damper inlet. The ComfortLink controls can be programmed to
monitor this airflow rate and to override the current outside
air damper position to maintain a minimum quantity of
outdoor air at the user's design set point even as the unit's
supply fan slows during part load operating periods.
Fire and smoke controls interface — The unit can be
equipped with an optional return air smoke detector. The
smoke detector is wired to stop the unit and send a message to a remote alarm system if a fault condition is detected. If the controls expansion module (CEM) is added, the
control will support smoke control modes including evacuation, smoke purge, and pressurization.
Demand limiting — The control supports demand limiting using one or two fixed capacity limits initiated by discrete input switches or a variable capacity limit function
based on an analog input signal. On CCN systems this can
be done through the network, or for non-CCN network
jobs this can be done by adding the controls expansion
module.
Diagnostics
The ComfortLink controls have fully integrated all controls
and sensors into a common control system. The control
monitors these inputs as well as many of the routines to
provide advanced diagnostics and prognostics. These include adaptive logic to allow the unit to continue to operate
in a reduced output mode and automatic resets where applicable. The last 10 alarms and alerts are stored in memory and can be accessed through the Navigator hand held interface. The alarms can also be monitored through the
Carrier Comfort Network® connection. The hand held
Navigator™ display may be plugged in at the control box
and at an auxiliary connection point at the opposite end of
the unit. Some of the diagnostics that are included are:
• Monitoring of all sensors
• Suction pressure transducers to provide compressor
protection and coil freeze protection
• Monitoring of the economizer motor using a digitally
controlled motor
• Monitoring of compressor status using compressor protection boards
• Adaptive logic for low supply air temperatures
• Adaptive logic for extreme outdoor air temperatures
• Compressor lockout at low ambient conditions
• Storage of compressor run hours and starts
• Low refrigerant charge protection
• Compressor reverse rotation protection
Control interface
The ComfortLink controller can interface with an i-Vu®
Open control system, a BACnet building automation system, or Carrier Comfort Network devices. This will allow
for the use of all system control programs. These include:
• Network Service Tool
• System Pilot™ device
• Touch Pilot™ device
• i-Vu® Open control system software
• ComfortVIEW™ software
• CCN Web software
• ComfortID™ system
Contact Carrier Controls Marketing for more information.
The control can also provide interface with other energy
management systems with the addition of either the MODBUS Carrier translator or the LonWorks Carrier translator.
Several contact connection points have been provided in
the control box for interface to external controls and systems. These are summarized in the Interface Connection
table in the Controls, Start-Up, Operation, Service, and
Troubleshooting literature. External controls use the following interface points:
• Start/Stop (On/Off) — Start/Stop is accomplished with
a contact closure between terminals 3 and 4 on TB201.
• Remote Economizer Enable — Enabling and disabling
of the economizer can be done by connecting a contact
closure to terminals 5 and 6 on TB201. The economizer can be configured for a switch closure changeover
for 3-position operation.
• VAV Heating Interlock — Interface with non-linkage
terminals can be done through TB201 terminals 9 and
10.
• Remote IAQ Inputs — External IAQ demand inputs can
be connected through terminals 7 and 8 on TB201.
• Smoke Detectors Alarm Output — Remote detector
alarm outputs can be connected through terminals 1
and 2 on TB201.
• Fire Shutdown — A remote fire shutdown signal can be
connected to 1 and 2 on TB201. The software can be
configured to shut the unit down on an open or closed
signal.
• Fire Pressurization — For a remote control of pressurization a contact closer can be connected to terminals
18 and 19 on TB202. In this mode the economizer
damper will be fully opened and the supply fan turned
on to pressurize the space.
• Fire Evacuation — For this mode a remote contact closure can be connected to terminals 16 and 17 on
TB202. For remote evacuation of a space the outsideair dampers will be opened and the power exhaust fans
turned on to evacuate the space of smoke.
• Fire Purge — For this mode external contacts can be
connected to terminals 14 and 15 on TB202. In this
mode the supply fan and return fans will be turned on
with the economizer at a full open position.
• Demand Limiting — For demand limiting the controls
expansion module must be used. Connections are provided on TB202 for switch input demand limiting (terminals 20 and 21, 22 and 23) and for 4 to 20 mA
(terminals 10 and 11) demand limit signals.
• Dehumidification — A discrete input is available on
TB202, terminals 24 and 25 to initiate the Dehumidification mode.
• Remote Supply Air Set Point — A remote supply air
temperature set point reset can be supported when the
controls expansion module is used. This input requires a
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4 to 20 mA signal. It can be connected to terminals 8
and 9 on TB202.
Remote Static Pressure Reset Set Point — A remote
supply air temperature set point reset can be supported
when the controls expansion module is used. This input
requires a 4 to 20 mA signal. It can be connected to terminals 6 and 7 on TB202. This input is shared with the
Outdoor Air IAQ signal.
Outdoor Air IAQ Signal — If an external outdoor air
signal is being used then it can be connected to terminals 6 and 7 on TB202. This input requires a 4 to 20
mA signal. This input is shared with the Remote Static
Pressure Reset signal.
IAQ Switch Input — If an external control will be controlling IAQ then it can be connected as a contact closure through terminals 12 and 13 on TB202.
Space Humidity — A space humidity sensor can be
used to enable the dehumidification and humidifier control logic. It can be connected to terminals 3 and 4 on
TB202. This input requires a 4 to 20 mA signal.
Humidifier Control Output — A contact closure out can
be provided to enable the operation of a field-provided
humidifier. Carrier can also support electronic interface
to other systems using the following:
— MODBUS Carrier translator (read/write, provides
CCN to MODBUS remote terminal unit [RTU] protocol
conversion)
— LonWorks Carrier translator (read/write, provides
CCN to LON FT-10A ANSI/EIA-709.1 protocol conversion)
Constant volume and staged air volume applications
The 48/50N Series units are designed to operate in CV
and SAV™ applications. The units are shipped as operable,
stand-alone units using either a standard (mechanical or
electronic) 2-stage heat, 2-stage cool thermostat, or with
an electronic room temperature sensor. With a standard
thermostat (programmable is optional), heating and cooling operation is set by space temperature. With a space
sensor, the machine will operate at default values unless
they are changed using appropriate input devices. The
space sensor monitors space temperature and may be
equipped with a timed override feature, which allows unit
operation during unoccupied periods. The space sensors
may be used in multiples of 4 or 9 to achieve space temperature averaging. The use of a space sensor also allows
the unit to be turned on and off from a remote signal or it
can be programmed to use the time of day scheduling that
is built into the control.
Features with thermostat control of unit
• Two-stage heating (if installed)
• SCR electric heating if equipped with the SCR electric
heat option
• Modulating gas heating if unit is equipped with the modulating gas heat option
• Two-stage demand with fully proportional economizers
and integrated compressor capacity
• Adaptive multiple stage cooling which can provide up to
8 stages of capacity
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• Control of unit using Y1, Y2, W1, W2, and G thermostat or T55, T56, or T58 space sensors
• Control of the indoor fan
• Outdoor-air temperature/supply-air temperature monitoring with logic to lock the compressors out at low
ambient temperatures down to 32 F (-20 F with Motormaster® control)
• Control of a condenser fan based on outdoor-air and
condensing pressures
• Control of modulating economizer to provide free cooling when outdoor conditions are suitable
• Control allows for use of the economizer and the compressors to maximize the use of outside air cooling to
reduce part load operating costs
• Control of the power exhaust fan VFD based on configurable the building pressure sensor
• Compressor time guard override (power up and minimum on and off timers) to assure air return in low load
conditions
• Support of IAQ sensor
Features with sensor control of unit
There are 3 sensor options available:
• T55 sensor will monitor room temperature and provide
unoccupied override capability (1 to 4 hours).
• T56 sensor will monitor room temperature, provide
unoccupied override capability (1 to 4 hours), and provide a temperature offset of 5° F maximum.
• T58 is a CCN communicating sensor that will provide
the set point and space temperature values.
Standard features are:
• Support of remote occupied/unoccupied input to start
and stop the unit
• Two-stage economizer demand with fully proportional
economizers and integrated compressor capacity
• Adaptive cooling capacity control with up to 8 stages of
mechanical refrigeration capacity
• Variable capacity control with digital scroll compressor
option
• Occupied or unoccupied set point
• Enable heating (if installed) or cooling during unoccupied periods as required to maintain space temperature
within the unoccupied set points
• Adjustment of space temperature set points of ± 5° F
when using a T56 sensor
• Support of IAQ sensor
• 365-day timeclock with backup (supports minute, hour,
and day of week, date, month, and year access). The
timeclock includes the following features:
— Daylight savings time function
— Occupancy control with 8 periods for unit operation
— Holiday table containing up to 18 holiday schedules
— Ability to initiate timed override from T55 or T56
sensors (for a timed period of 1 to 4 hours)
— Temperature compensated start to calculate early
start times before occupancy
— For units connected into a CCN network the time
clock can be integrated into the overall building energy management system and be updated remotely
• For units connected to the CCN network the user can
also display all the unit information including I/O values
Maintenance, Configuration, Service, and Set Point
data tables
• Indoor air quality (IAQ)
Variable air volume (VAV) applications
The 48/50N Series units are designed to operate in VAV
applications. They include a supply fan inverter (VFD) to
control the supply fan speed and duct pressure. They are
designed to control the leaving-air temperature in cooling
to a configurable set point. The changes in mode of operation from Heating to Vent to Cooling mode can be controlled either from the return air temperature sensor or
from an accessory space temperature sensor. Some of the
features for VAV units in a stand-alone application are:
• The units are shipped as operable, stand-alone units
that will use the ComfortLink time of day scheduling
routine
• Provide cooling and heating control (if equipped with
heat) in both occupied and unoccupied modes
• Supports an optional space temperature sensor for
mode control and supply air temperature reset
• If space sensor is equipped with an override feature, the
sensor will allow operation during the unoccupied
period for a fixed length of time
• Base unit control supports a heat interlock relay (field
supplied) to signal the VAV terminal devices to fully
open during heating operation
• Control board diagnostics
• Control of an outdoor-condenser fan based upon outdoor-air temperature and saturated condensing temperature
• Control of modulating economizer to provide free cooling when outdoor conditions are suitable.
• Control also allows for use of the economizer and the
compressors to maximize the use of outside air cooling
to reduce part load operating costs
• Support of remote occupied/unoccupied input to start
• Controls the operation of the supply fan inverter to
maintain a configurable supply duct static pressure set
point. Inverter is configured and controlled directly by
ComfortLink controls
• Support of IAQ sensor
• Support a field test for field check out
• Support linkage to ComfortID™ systems
• Cooling capacity control of up to 8 stages plus economizer
• Variable capacity control with digital scroll compressor
option
• Control of two stages of heat to maintain return-air
temperature
• SCR electric heating if equipped with the SCR electric
heat option
• Modulating gas heating if unit is equipped with the modulating gas heat option
• Control of heat interlock relay
• Compressor time delays to prevent rapid cycling of
compressors
• Automatic lead-lag control of compressors to reduce the
number of compressor cycles
• With the addition of a remote start/stop switch heating
or cooling is enabled during unoccupied periods as
required to maintain space temperature to within unoccupied set points
• With the addition of the controls expansion board, the
ComfortLink controls will also support demand limiting
and remote set point control
When the unit is connected to a CCN (Carrier Comfort
Network®) system, additional features can be used:
• Interface of the unit clock with the CCN network clock
and allow for remote configuration of the schedules
• CCN demand limit participation
• Interface with ComfortID™ control systems through
linkage
Sequence of operation
Cooling, constant volume (CV, SAV™) units — On
power up, the control module will activate the initialization
software. The initialization software will determine the unit
configuration and also initialize any controls loops and input/output devices. All alarms and configurations are
saved in memory and maintained during power outages.
All alarms will be maintained in memory and must be
cleared through the display.
Constant volume and staged air volume conventional thermostat control — If the unit is equipped with
a conventional thermostat with Y1, Y2, W1, W2 and G
connections then the control will perform the following sequence. When G is closed the indoor fan will turn on. G
must be closed for heating or cooling to occur. If Y1 is
closed then the control will first check the ability to use the
economizer. If the economizer can be used, the control will
modulate the damper open to maintain the low load economizer leaving air temperature set point. If Y2 closes then
the control will lower the leaving air temperature set point
to the configured set point. If the economizer cannot satisfy the load then compressors will be sequenced on to maintain either the low or high load temperature set points. If
the economizer can not be used or the enable control disables the economizer, then the control will sequence the
compressors based on the Y1 and Y2 signals. The control
will add and remove compressor stages to maintain the low
and high demand leaving air set points. If Y1 is closed at
least one compressor stage will be turned on. If W1 closes,
then it will indicate that the units should be in the Heating
mode. The economizer will be closed to the minimum position, and if the unit is equipped with gas or electric heat
then the first stage of heat will be energized. If W2 closes
then the control will turn on the second stage of heat. If the
unit is equipped with a SCR electric or modulating heat
control option then the W1 signal will be used to control
the gas heat to the configurable low heat load leaving air
temperature set point. When W2 is energized, the unit will
fire all stages of heat capacity. If the unit is equipped with
gas heat then the IGC board will control the operation of
the gas heat. See the 48 Series Gas Heat units section for
the IGC board sequence of operation. If the unit has hydronic heat option then the W1 signal will control the modulating control valve to the configurable low heat load leaving air temperature set point. When W2 is energized, the
modulating control valve will go to a 100% open position.
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Constant volume and staged air volume space temperature sensor control — If the space temperature operation has been selected using a T55, T56, or T58 sensor
then the following logic will be used to control the
operation of the unit. If a space temperature is used then a
wire jumper must be added between R, W1, and W2. If a
remote occupancy control method has been selected then
the input must first be closed for the unit to go into Heat,
Vent or Cooling mode. If the internal timeclock is used, the
control module determines the occupancy state based on
the system time schedules. If Temperature Compensated
Start is active, the unit will be controlled as in the occupied
mode and will start a time as determined by prior operation to have the space at set point by the occupied time. If
the unit has been configured for a preoccupancy purge
then the control will start the unit in Vent mode prior to the
occupancy time to vent the space. If an IAQ sensor is being
used and the low IAQ set point is satisfied then the occupancy purge mode will be terminated. The set points for
heat and cooling are configurable through the display. If a
T56 sensor is being used then the set point can be shifted
by as much as 5 degrees. If the space temperature goes
above the cooling set point then the unit will go into Cooling mode. If the economizer can be used, the control will
first try to control to the leaving air temperature set point.
The set point will depend on the space temperature. If the
temperature is above the low demand set point then the
low economizer load discharge air temperature set point
will be used. If the temperature is above the high load
space temperature set point then the high load leaving air
temperature set point will be used. If the economizer can
not satisfy the load then compressors will be sequenced on
to maintain either the low or high load temperature set
points. If the economizer can not be used or the enable
control disables the economizer then the control will sequence the compressors based on the low and high load
space temperature variables. The control will add and remove compressor stages to maintain the high and low demand leaving air set points. If the space temperature goes
below the heating space temperature set points then it will
indicate that the units should be in the Heating mode. The
economizer will be closed to the minimum position and if
the unit is equipped with gas or electric heat then the first
stage of heat will be energized. If the space temperature
goes below the high load space temperature set point then
the control will turn on the second stage of heat. If the unit
is equipped with modulating gas heat control or SCR electric heat option, then the low load demand signal will continuously modulate the heating load to maintain the leaving
air temperature set point. A high demand signal will energize all stages of heat. The gas modulating section will operate at maximum heating capacity if the modulating option is selected. If the unit has hydronic heat option then
the low load demand signal will control the modulating
control valve to the configurable low heat load leaving air
temperature set point. A high demand signal will cause the
modulating control valve to go to a 100% open position. If
the unit is configured for unoccupied free cooling, mechanical cooling or heating and the temperature goes beyond
the unoccupied configuration set points then the control
will turn on free cooling, mechanical cooling or heat as
needed to get within the unoccupied set points. When in
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this mode, the economizer dampers will be maintained fully closed or to the minimum unoccupied ventilation set
point.
Variable air volume control — On power up, the control module will activate the initialization software. The initialization software will determine the unit configuration
and also initialize any controls loops and input/output devices. All alarms and configurations are saved in memory
and maintained during power outages. All alarms will be
maintained in memory and must be cleared through the
display. The unit will first determine the mode of operation. If the unit has been configured for space temperature
demand then the control will determine, based on the configurable set points, if the unit should be in the heat mode,
vent mode or cooling mode. If the unit is configured for return air temperature control then it will start the fan and
monitor the return air temperature vs. the configurable set
point to determine if the unit should be in cooling, vent or
heating mode. If the control is connected to a ComfortID
system, the room terminals are equipped with microprocessor controls that give commands to the base module. If
linkage is active, the control module will replace local ComfortLink set points and occupancy data with linkage supplied data. If temperature compensated start is active then
advance pre-cool or heat of the space is enabled. If the unit
is configured to use a pre-purge cycle then the ComfortLink controls will start the unit in Vent mode based on
a prestart time interval. If an IAQ sensor is being used and
the low IAQ control point is satisfied, then the mode will be
terminated. If Cooling mode is required, then the controlling set point will be the leaving air temperature set point.
If an economizer is present and the changeover control allows the economizer to be used, then it will first attempt to
control the leaving-air temperature using free cooling. If
this can not satisfy the load, then additional compressor
stages will be turned on to maintain the leaving-air temperature. When both compressors and economizers are being
used, the control will use the economizer dampers to maintain better control of the leaving-air and to help prevent
high compressor cycling. If the economizer can not be
used then it will be set to the minimum vent position.
When using compressors, the leaving-air temperature will
sequence compressors on and off using a PID control loop.
If the unit is equipped with an optional hot gas bypass valve
the control will use the hot gas as an additional stage of capacity. When the first stage of cooling is required the control will turn on a circuit “A” compressor and the hot gas
bypass valve. When additional cooling is called for it will
turn off the hot gas bypass valve. The valve will also be
used for additional freeze protection of the coils when low
evaporator refrigerant temperatures are detected using the
suction pressure transducers. When operating in cooling
the control will also monitor the supply duct pressure and
send a 4 to 20 mA signal to the factory-supplied inverter to
control the speed of the fan and the delivered cfm. If on a
linkage system the control will also support static pressure
reset based on the needs of the zones. If the unit has been
enabled for occupied heat and the space temperature sensor (SPT), return air temperature sensor (RAT) or linkage
demand calls for heat, the control will energize the electric
heat or gas heat (if present) to warm the space. In this
mode the control will energize the heat interlock relay
which will signal the terminals to open to the heating position. Note that for the linkage systems the interlock relay
connection is not required. Once the Heat mode is enabled, the heat capacity will be controlled by the return air
temperature set point. Heating will continue until the return temperature set point is satisfied. If the unit is configured for morning warm-up and the heating demand is below the set point during the first 10 minutes of operation,
the control will energize full heating capacity until the return air temperature set point is satisfied. If the space temperature sensor (SPT), return air temperature sensor (RAT)
or linkage demand requires that the unit be in heating then
the control will energize the electric heat or gas heat (if
present) to warm the space. In this mode the control will
energize the heat interlock relay which should be connected to the terminals to indicate that they should open to the
heating position. The interlock relay connection is not required for the linkage systems. Heating will continue until
the mode selection sensor is satisfied.
Dehumidification mode — A Dehumidification mode
can be initiated by either a discrete input on TB202 or by a
direct measurement of humidity levels with an optional
space or return air humidity sensor. When the Dehumidification mode is active, the evaporator coil leaving air temperature will be controlled to the Dehumidify Cool set
point, which is typically colder than the normal cool mode
leaving air set points. In this mode, comfort condition set
points, which are based on dry bulb temperature, will be
overridden. If a source of reheat is available, then the leaving-air temperature can be raised to a more desirable temperature. Available methods of reheat are modulating hot
water heat, steam or heat reclaim if the unit is equipped
with the appropriate coil.
Humidi-MiZer® operation — The design of the HumidiMiZer adaptive dehumidification system allows for two humidity control modes of operation of the rooftop unit, utilizing a common subcooling/reheat dehumidification coil
located downstream of the standard evaporator coil. This
unique and innovative design provides the capability for the
rooftop unit to operate in both a subcooling mode and a
hot gas reheat mode for maximum system flexibility. The
Humidi-MiZer package is factory installed and will operate
whenever there is a dehumidification requirement.
The Humidi-MiZer system is initiated based on input
from a factory-installed return air humidity sensor to the
large rooftop unit controller. Additionally, the unit controller may receive an input from a space humidity sensor, a
discrete input from a mechanical humidistat, or third-party
controller. A unit equipped with a Humidi-MiZer system
can operate in the following modes:
Conventional Cooling Mode — Conventional operation
of the N Series large rooftop unit allows the unit to cycle
up to 8 compressors to maintain comfort conditions, with
expanded cycling operation offered by the optional digital
compressor. This mode is the conventional DX (direct expansion) cooling method used on Carrier's standard large
rooftops and provides equivalent capacity to a non-HumidMiZer equipped unit. It is used when there is a call for cooling only, such as at design AHRI (Air Conditioning,
Heating, and Refrigeration Institute) cooling conditions of
95 F ambient and 80 F/67 F db/wb entering air conditions. The SHR (sensible heat ratio) for equipment in this
scenario is typically 0.7 or higher.
Subcooling Mode — This mode will operate to satisfy part
load type conditions when there is a space call for cooling
and dehumidification. Although the temperature (sensible)
may have dropped and decreased the sensible load in the
space, the outdoor and/or space humidity levels may have
risen. A typical scenario might be when the outside air is
85 F and 70 to 80% relative humidity (RH). Desired SHR
for equipment in this scenario is typically 0.4 to 0.7. Carrier's N Series Humidi-MiZer adaptive dehumidification will
increase subcooling entering the evaporator and cycle on
enough compressors to meet the latent load requirement,
while simultaneously adjusting refrigerant flow to the Humidi-MiZer coil to reheat the air to the required supply air
set point. This will allow the unit to provide variable SHR
to meet space requirements. Conversely, a standard unit
might overcool the space or stage down to meet set point,
sacrificing latent capacity control. The Humidi-MiZer unit
will initiate subcooling mode when the space temperature
and humidity are both above the temperature and humidity
set points, and attempt to meet both requirements. Once
the humidity requirement is met, the unit can continue to
operate in normal cooling mode to meet any remaining
sensible capacity load. Alternatively, if the sensible load is
met and humidity levels remain high the unit can switch to
Hot Gas Reheat mode to provide neutral, dehumidified air.
Hot Gas Reheat Mode — This mode is used when dehumidification is required without a need for cooling, such as
when the outside air is at a neutral temperature (70 to
75 F) but high humidity exists. This situation requires the
equipment to operate at a SHR of 0.0 to 0.2. With no
cooling requirement and a call for dehumidification, the N
Series Humidi-MiZer adaptive dehumidification system will
cycle on enough compressors to meet the latent load requirement, while simultaneously adjusting refrigerant flow
to the Humidi-MiZer® coil to reheat the air to the desired
neutral air set point. The P-Series Humid-MiZer system
controls allow for the discharge air to be reheated to either
the return-air temperature minus a configurable offset or to
a configurable Reheat set point (default 70 F). The Hot Gas
Reheat mode will be initiated when only the humidity is
above the humidity set point, without a demand for
cooling.
Mode Control — The essential difference between the
Subcooling mode and the Hot Gas Reheat mode is in the
supply air set point. In Subcooling mode, the supply air set
point is the temperature required to provide cooling to the
space. In Reheat mode, the supply air set point is the temperature required to provide neutral air to the space. In
both cases, the unit will decrease the evaporator discharge
temperature to meet the latent load and reheat the air to
the required cooling or reheat set point (i.e., 50, 60, 70 F,
etc.).
48 Series gas heat units
The gas heat units incorporate 2 to 5 separate systems, depending on unit size and heating capacity, to provide gas
heat. Each system incorporates its own induced-draft
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motor, integrated gas control (IGC) board, 2-stage gas
valve, manifold, and safeties. The modulating system incorporates an additional modulating gas valve and modulating
gas control. For 2-stage heat control the systems are
operated in parallel. For example, when there is a call for
first stage heat, both induced-draft motors operate, both
gas valves are energized, and both IGC boards initiate
spark. With the modulating gas control, the systems are
operated independently to allow for a greater range of capacity control. All of the gas heating control is performed
through the IGC boards (located in the heating section).
There are two additional boards (TR1 and SC30) for the
modulating system, which in combination with the IGC
board control the modulating gas heating. The additional
boards are also located in the heating section. The MBB
module board serves only to initiate and terminate heating
operation and monitor the status of the requirements for
indoor fan operation. The fan will be controlled directly by
the MBB board. When the thermostat or room sensor calls
for heating the MBB board will close heating relays and
send power to W on each of the IGC boards. An LED on
the IGC board will be on during normal operation. A check
is made to ensure that the rollout switches and limit switches are closed and the induced-draft motors are not running.
After the induced-draft motors are energized, the speed is
proven with the Hall Effect sensor on the motor or for
units with modulating gas heat the inducer-draft motor
function is proven with a pressure switch. When the motor
speed or function is proven, the ignition activation period
begins. The burners will ignite within 5 seconds. When ignition occurs the IGC board will continue to monitor the
condition of the rollout and limit switches, the flame sensor, the Hall Effect sensor or pressure switch. If the unit is
controlled through a room thermostat set for fan auto, 45
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seconds after ignition occurs the indoor-fan motor will be
energized and the outdoor-air dampers will open to their
minimum position. If the over temperature limit opens prior to the start of the indoor-fan blower, on the next attempt the 45-second delay will be shortened to 5 seconds
less than the time from initiation of heat to when the limit
tripped. Gas will not be interrupted to the burners and
heating will continue. Once modified, the fan on delay will
not change back to 45 seconds unless power is reset to the
control and IGC. If the unit is controlled through a room
sensor, the indoor fan will be operating in the occupied
mode and the outdoor-air dampers will be in the minimum
position. If the unit is controlled with a room sensor in the
unoccupied mode, the indoor fan will be energized through
the IGC board with a 45-second delay and the outside-air
dampers will move to the minimum unoccupied set point.
When additional heat is required, the second stage MBB
output relay closes and initiates power to the second stage
of all main gas valves in all sections. For units equipped
with modulating system, the second stage is controlled by
the TR1 timer relay board. When the demand is satisfied,
MBB heat output relays will open and the gas valves close
interrupting the flow of gas to the main burners. If the call
for stage 1 heat lasts less than 1 minute, the heating cycle
will not terminate until 1 minute after W1 became active. If
the unit is configured for intermittent fan then the indoor
fan motor will continue to operate for an additional 45 seconds then stop and the outdoor-air dampers will close. If
the over temperature limit opens after the indoor motor is
stopped within 10 minutes of W1 becoming inactive, on
the next cycle the time will be extended by 15 seconds.
The maximum delay is 3 minutes. Once modified, the fan
off delay will not change back to 45 seconds unless power
is reset to the control.
Application data
Ductwork — Secure vertical discharge ductwork to the
roof curb. Interior installation may proceed before the unit
is set in place on the roof. For horizontal discharge applications, attach the ductwork to the flanges on the side of
the unit. Vertical discharge units equipped with electric
heat require a 90-degree elbow below the unit supply duct
connection.
Thru-the-curb service connections — Roof curb
connections allow field power wires and control wires to
enter through the roof curb opening.
Thermostat (CV only) — Use of a thermistor-type
room sensor is recommended on all CCN or BACnet installations. A thermistor-type room sensor or a 2-stage
heating/cooling thermostat may be used for all other units.
Heating-to-cooling changeover — All units are automatic changeover from heating to cooling.
Airflow — Units are draw-thru on cooling and blow-thru
on heating.
Maximum airflow — To minimize the possibility of
condensate blow-off from the evaporator, airflow through
units should not exceed values shown in the Unit Design
Airflow Limits table on page 10.
Minimum airflow — The minimum airflow for cooling
is 300 cfm/ton for constant volume units and 70 cfm/ton
for VAV (variable air volume) units. Performance at 70
cfm/ton is limited to unloaded operation and may be additionally limited by entering-air temperatures. Refer to Gas
Heating Capacities tables on pages 11 and 12 for minimum airflow for heating.
Minimum ambient cooling operation temperature — All units may be equipped with factory-installed
economizers to allow free cooling at any outdoor ambient.
If mechanical cooling is required, the units are designed to
operate with outdoor-air temperatures down to 32 F. Units
equipped with the low ambient control option or with the
Motormaster® V accessory, units can operate with outdoor
temperatures down to –20 F. Outdoor-fan motor change
out may be required for Motormaster V applications.
Carrier recommends the installation of field-fabricated
wind baffles when operating in environments with prevailing winds of more than 5 mph and where outdoor-air temperatures drop below 32 F.
Maximum operating outdoor-air temperature
— The maximum operating outdoor-air temperature is
115 F. High-efficiency models will operate up to 125 F.
High altitude (gas heat units only) — A
change
to the gas orifice may be required at high altitudes. Contact
Carrier Application Engineering.
Minimum temperature — The minimum allowable
temperature of mixed air entering the gas heat exchanger
during low rate, (first stage) operation is 50 F. There is no
minimum mixture temperature during full-rate operation.
Comfort conditioning may be compromised at mixed-air
temperatures below 50 F. Below 50 F entering-air temperature (EAT) both stages of heat are engaged.
Internal unit design — Due to Carrier's internal unit
design (draw-thru over the motor), air path, and specially
designed motors, the full horsepower listed in the Physical
Data table and Motor Limitations table can be utilized with
extreme confidence. Using Carrier motors with the values
listed in the Physical Data and Motor Limitations tables will
not result in nuisance tripping or premature motor failure.
The unit warranty will not be affected.
Electric heat — On vertical discharge units, a field-supplied 90-degree elbow must be installed in the supply ductwork below the unit discharge.
Hydronic heat — Application of hydronic coils and
steam heating coils in outdoor located equipment should
always be considered very carefully. The design of such
systems should provide for low temperature protection in
the event of a power failure to the unit.
Auxiliary coil — The 48/50N units with extended
chassis are capable of accepting field-supplied and installed
auxiliary coils (e.g., heat reclaim coils). These units include
coil tracks and face framing to facilitate the installation of
auxiliary coils. See the figure on next page for dimensions
on coil track locations inside these units. Refer to the Auxiliary Coil Frame Dimensions table for dimensions for the
auxiliary coil.
AUXILIARY COIL FRAME DIMENSIONS (in.)
UNIT SIZE 48/50N (TONS)
Casing Depth
Casing Height
Casing Length*
Overall Length†
75-105
120-150
12.0
64.4
116.3
133.5
12.0
74.4
116.3
133.5
*Longer casing lengths possible but modifications to face framing sheet
metal will be required during installation.
†Represents the maximum overall length of the coil plus all piping and
coil control devices located inside the air handler cabinet.
Application of hydronic coils and steam heating coils in
outdoor located equipment should always be considered
very carefully. Design such systems for low temperature
protection in the event of power failure to the unit.
Steam coils are typically not recommended for installation
in outdoor located equipment, due to added space required
for fluid control and need to protect all piping and controls
in the event of power failure to the building and/or the
unit. Consider installing small steam-to-hydronic heat exchangers with circulating pump to deliver hydronic fluids
out to the auxiliary coil in the air conditioner unit.
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Application data (cont)
LOCATION OF COIL TRACKS
"J"
AUXILIARY COIL LOCATION
B
AUXILIARY COIL LOCATION — in.
UNIT
SIZES 48/50N (TONS)
N, P, Q (75-105)
R, S, T (120-150)
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HEIGHT B
DISTANCE J
12.85
12.85
See dimenson J on certified
drawings, pages 28-35
Typical piping and wiring
STANDARD UNITS
a48-8675
CONDENSATE
DRAIN
CONNECTION
CONTROL
WIRING NATURAL GAS
ENTRY
SUPPLY LINE
WITH SHUTOFF
MAIN POWER
SUPPLY ENTRY
55
460V
ONLY
POWER SCHEMATIC — SIZE N SHOWN (75 TON NOMINAL CAPACITY)
Typical wiring schematics
a48-8658
56
460V
ONLY
POWER SCHEMATIC — SIZES P, Q, R, S, T SHOWN (90-150 TON NOMINAL CAPACITY)
a48-8659
57
Typical wiring schematics (cont)
CONTROL SECTION — 48/50N UNITS
a48-8660
58
CONTROL SECTION — 48/50N UNITS (cont)
a48-8661
59
Typical wiring schematics (cont)
CONTROL SECTION — 48/50N UNITS (cont)
a48-8662
60
MODULATING GAS HEAT SCHEMATIC
a48-8663
61
Typical wiring schematics (cont)
STANDARD GAS HEAT SCHEMATIC
a48-8664
62
ELECTRIC HEAT SCHEMATIC
A50-8782
63
Typical wiring schematics (cont)
460-V, 24-V CONTROL SCHEMATIC
64
A48-8665
575-V, 24-V CONTROL SCHEMATIC
A48-8666
65
Typical wiring schematics (cont)
STANDARD GAS HEAT, 2 MODULE SCHEMATIC
A48-8667
66
STANDARD GAS HEAT, 3 MODULE SCHEMATIC
A48-8668
67
Typical wiring schematics (cont)
STANDARD GAS HEAT, 4 MODULE SCHEMATIC
A48-8669
68
STANDARD GAS HEAT, 5 MODULE SCHEMATIC
A48-8670
69
Typical wiring schematics (cont)
LEGEND FOR TYPICAL CONTROL WIRING SCHEMATICS
ACCSY
ACC’Y
AF
AN
AO
BR
C
CB
CCB
CCH
CCHR
CCN
CCT
CEM
CMR
COMP
CR
CSB
CXB
DGS
DI
DPT
DTT
DUS
ECON
EQUIP
ERV
ERVCB
ERVTB
EVAP
EXB
EXV
FU
GND
GVR
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—
—
—
—
—
Accessory
Accessory
Air Foil
Analog
Anaolog Output
Blower Relay
Compressor Contactor
Compressor Circuit Breaker
Control Circuit Breaker
Crankcase Heater
Crankcase Heater Relay
Carrier Comfort Network®
Cooling Coil Thermistor
Controls Expansion Module
Compressor Modulation Relay
Compressor
Control Relay
Current Sensor Board
Compressor Expansion Board
Digital Scroll Compressor
Digital Input
Discharge Pressure Transducer
Discharge Temperature Thermistor
Digital Unloader Solenoid
Economizer
Equipment
Energy Recovery Ventilation
ERV Circuit Breaker
ERV Terminal Block
Evaporator
Economizer Control Board
Expansion Valve Control Board
Fuse
Ground
Gas Valve Relay
HC
HGBP
HIR
HMV
HPS
HS
HVS
IAQ
IDM
IFCB
IFM
IGC
LEN
LPT
LS
LT
MBB
MGV
MLV
MMV
MP
OA
OAQ
OD
OFC
OFM
PE
PECB
PEM
PL
PP
PTC
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—
—
—
—
—
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—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Heater Contactor
Hot Gas Bypass
Heat Interlock Relay
Humidi-MiZer® Modulating Valve
High-Pressure Switch
Hall Effect Switch
Humidi-MiZer Valve Solenoid
Indoor Air Quality
Induced Draft Motor
Indoor Fan Circuit Breaker
Indoor Fan Motor
Integrated Gas Controller
Local Equipment Network
Liquid Pressure Transducer
Limit Switch
Liquid Temperature
Main Base Board
Main Gas Valve
Minimum Load Valve
Motormaster® Valve
Modular Motor Protector
Outdoor Air
Outdoor Air Quality
Outdoor
Outdoor Fan Contactor
Outdoor Fan Motor
Power Exhaust
Power Exhaust Circuit Breaker
Power Exhaust Motor
Plug Assembly
Plenum Pressure
Positive Temperature Coefficient
Power Reference
RA
RF
RFCB
RFM
RGT
RS
RXB
SAT
SCB
SCCR
SCR
SPT
ST
TB
TRAN
UPC
UVC
VAV
VFD
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—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Return Air
Return Fan
Return Fan Circuit Breaker
Return Fan Motor
Return Gas Thermistor
Rollout Switch
Rooftop Control Board
Supply Air Thermistor
Staged Gas Control Board
Short Circuit Current Rating
Silicon Controlled Rectifier
Suction Pressure Transducer
Suction Temperature
Terminal Block
Transformer
Unitary Protocol Converter
Ultraviolet
Variable Air Volume
Variable Frequency Drive
Terminal Block
Terminal (Unmarked)
Terminal (Marked)
Splice
Factory Wiring
Field Wiring
To indicate common potential
only, not to represent wiring.
To indicate FIOP or Accessory
Guide specifications — 48N units
Packaged Rooftop Cooling Unit with Gas
Heat and ComfortLink Controls
HVAC Guide Specifications —
Section 48N2,N3,N4,N5,N6,N7,N8,N9
Size Range: 75 to 150 Tons, Nominal
Carrier Model Number:
48N2 (Vertical Supply/Return, Constant Volume
[CV] Application, Staged Air Volume [SAV™])
48N3 (Vertical Supply/Return, Variable Air Volume
[VAV] Application)
48N4 (Horizontal Supply/Return, Constant
Volume Application, Staged Air Volume)
48N5 (Horizontal Supply/Return, Variable Air
Volume Application)
48N6 (Vertical Supply/Horizontal Return,
Constant Volume Application, Staged Air
Volume)
48N7(Vertical Supply/Horizontal Return, Variable
Air Volume Application)
48N8 (Horizontal Supply/Vertical Return,
Constant Volume Application, Staged Air Volume)
48N9 (Horizontal Supply/Vertical Return, Variable
Air Volume Application)
Part 1 — General
1.01 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
Outdoor, roof-curb mounted, electronically controlled heating and cooling unit utilizing hermetic
scroll compressors with crankcase heaters for cooling duty and gas combustion for heating duty. Units
shall supply air vertically or horizontally and return
air vertically or horizontally as shown on the contract drawings.
1.02 QUALITY ASSURANCE
A. Units shall be manufactured in a facility registered to
ISO 9001 manufacturing quality standard.
B. Unit shall be rated in accordance with AHRI Standard 340/360, latest edition.
C. Unit shall be designed to conform to ANSI/
ASHRAE 15 (latest edition), ASHRAE 62, and UL
Standard 1995.
D. Unit shall be listed by ETL and ETL, Canada, as a
total package.
E. Unit shall be designed to conform to ANSI Standard
Z21.47 (U.S.A.)/CSA Standard 2.3 (Canada), GasFired Central Furnaces.
F. Roof curb shall be designed to NRCA criteria per
Guideline B-1986.
G. Insulation and adhesive shall meet NFPA 90A
requirements for flame spread and smoke generation.
1.03 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
A. All units shall be completely shrink-wrapped from
the factory for protection during shipment. Tarping
of units is unacceptable.
B. Inspect for transportation damage and store in clean
dry place and protect from weather and construction
traffic. Handle carefully to avoid damage to components, enclosures, and finish.
Part 2 — Products
2.01 EQUIPMENT
A. Factory-assembled, single-piece heating and cooling
unit. Contained within the unit enclosure shall be all
factory wiring, piping, refrigerant charge (R-410A),
operating oil charge, dual refrigerant circuits, microprocessor-based control system and associated hardware, and all special features required prior to field
start-up.
B. Unit Cabinet:
1. Unit shall be double-wall construction with insulation sealed between the inner and outer panels. Panel assemblies shall not carry an R-value
of less than 8. The panels shall be galvanized
steel (designated G60 per ASTM Standard
A653 - minimum coating weight of 0.6 oz of
zinc per square foot), bonderized and primercoated on both sides and coated with a baked
polyester thermosetting powder coating finish
on the outer surface.
2. Unit casing shall be capable of withstanding
ASTM Standard B117 500-hour salt spray test.
3. Casing shall be watertight at –7 in. wg of internal pressure when tested per the UL 1995 rain
test requirements. Leakage rate shall be tested
and documented on a routine basis on random
production units.
4. Sides shall have person-size hinged access
doors for easy access to the control box and
other areas requiring servicing. Each door shall
seal against a rubber gasket to prevent air and
water leakage. Access doors shall be one piece,
double-wall construction with insulation sealed
between the inner and outer panels. Panel
assemblies shall not carry an R-value of less
than 8. Access doors shall be equipped with tiebacks.
5. Side panels shall be easily removable for access
to unit and shall seal against a full perimeter
automotive style gasket to ensure a tight seal.
6. Interior cabinet surfaces within heat exchanger
section shall be lined with sheet metal on all surfaces, insulated on the side opposite the airstream.
7. Insulation shall be applied by means of adhesion using a water reducible adhesive sprayed
onto interior surface. Adhesive shall maintain a
satisfactory adhesion and cohesion within the
temperature range of –20 to 180 F and have
excellent resistance to water and water vapor
when cured.
8. Unit shall contain a double sloped drain pan, to
prevent standing water from accumulating. Pan
shall be fabricated of stainless steel. Unit shall
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Guide specifications — 48N units (cont)
contain a factory-installed nonferrous main condensate drain connection.
9. Top cover of airside section to be sloped to prevent standing water.
10. Units shall be equipped with lifting lugs to facilitate overhead rigging. Lifting lugs shall also be
suitable as tie down points.
C. Compressors:
1. Fully hermetic scroll type compressors with
overload protection and short cycle protection
with minimum on and off timers.
2. Factory rubber-in-shear mounted for vibration
isolation.
3. Reverse rotation protection capability.
4. Crankcase heaters shall only be activated during
compressor off mode.
D. Coils:
1. Evaporator Coil:
a. Intertwined circuiting constructed of aluminum fins mechanically bonded to seamless
copper tubes.
b. Full-face active type during full and part load
conditions.
c. Coils shall be leak tested at 150 psig and
pressure tested at 650 psig.
2. Condenser Coils:
a. Condenser coils shall be microchannel
design. The coils shall have a series of flat
tubes containing a series of multiple, parallel
flow microchannels layered between the
refrigerant manifolds. Microchannel coils
shall consist of a two-pass arrangement. Coil
construction shall consist of aluminum alloys
for the fins, tubes and manifolds.
b. Air-cooled condenser coils shall be leak
tested at 150 psig and pressure tested at
650 psig.
E. Fans:
1. Supply Fan:
a. Unit shall have only one fan wheel, scroll,
and motor.
b. Fan scroll, wheel, shaft, bearings, drive components and motor shall be mounted on a
formed steel assembly which shall be isolated from the unit outer casing with factoryinstalled 2-in. deflection spring isolators and
vibration-absorbent fan discharge seal.
c. Fan shall be double-width, double-inlet, centrifugal belt driven airfoil type with single
outlet discharge.
d. Fan wheel shall be designed for continuous
operation at the maximum rated fan speed
and motor horsepower.
e. Fan wheel and shaft shall be selected to
operate at 25% below the first critical speed
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and shall be statically and dynamically balanced as an assembly.
f. Fan shaft shall be solid steel, turned, ground
and polished, and coated with rust preventative oil.
g. Fan shaft bearings shall be self-aligning, pillow-block, re-greasable ball or roller-type
selected for a minimum average life of
200,000 hours at design operating conditions in accordance with ANSI B3.15.
h. A single motor shall be mounted within the
fan section casing on slide rails equipped
with adjusting screws. Motor shall be
mounted on a horizontal flat surface and
shall not be supported by the fan or its structural members. Motor speed shall be controlled by a variable frequency drive.
i. Fan drive shall be constant-speed fixed-pitch.
All drives shall be factory-mounted, with
belts aligned and tensioned.
j. A high-static supply fan option shall be
available.
2. Condenser Fans:
a. Direct-driven propeller type.
b. Discharge air vertically upward.
c. Protected by PVC-coated steel wire safety
guards.
d. Statically and dynamically balanced.
e. Three-phase, totally enclosed motors.
F. Variable Frequency Drive:
All supply fan (and power exhaust fan and/or return
fan motors, if equipped) shall be equipped with variable frequency drive (VFD) inverter. The VFD shall
be provided with a metal enclosure and shall be factory-mounted, wired, and tested. The variable speed
drive shall include the following features:
1. Full digital control with direct control from the
unit ComfortLink controls.
2. Insulated gate bi-polar transistors (IGBT) used to
produce the output pulse width modulated
(PWM) waveform, allowing for quiet motor
operation.
3. Inverters capable of operation at a frequency of
8 kHz so no acoustic noise shall be produced by
the motor.
4. VFDs shall include EMI/RFI (electromagnetic /
radio frequency interference) filters.
5. Digital display keypad module, mounted on the
VFD enclosure.
6. Local/Remote and Manual/Auto function keys
on the keypad.
7. UL-listed electronic overload protection.
8. Critical frequency avoidance.
9. Self diagnostics.
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H.
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10. On-board storage of unit manufacturer's customer user settings, retrievable from the
keypad.
11. RS485 communications capability (accessory
card source required).
12. Internal thermal overload protection.
13. 5% swinging (non-linear) chokes for harmonic
reduction and improved power factor.
14. All printed circuit boards shall be conformal
coated.
Outdoor-Air Hood Assembly:
Factory-installed motorized outdoor-air damper shall
allow intake of up to 100% nominal airflow (on units
not equipped with optional economizer).
Heating Section:
1. Induced-draft combustion type with energy saving direct spark ignition systems and redundant
main gas valves.
2. The heat exchanger shall be of the tubular section type constructed of a minimum of 20-gage
steel coated with a nominal 1.4 mil aluminumsilicone alloy for corrosion resistance.
3. Burners shall be of the in-shot type constructed
of aluminized steel.
4. Induced Draft Fans:
a. Direct-driven, single inlet, forward-curved
centrifugal type.
b. Statically and dynamically balanced.
c. Made from steel with a corrosion-resistant
finish.
5. High-corrosion areas such as flue gas collection
and exhaust areas shall be lined with corrosionresistant material.
6. All gas piping shall enter the unit cabinet at a
single location.
Refrigerant Components:
Unit shall be equipped with dual refrigerant circuits,
each containing:
1. Filter drier.
2. Moisture indicating sight glass.
3. Two electronic expansion valves.
4. Fusible plug.
Filter Section:
1. Mixed air filter section shall consist of 2-in.
thick, MERV 7 disposable fiberglass filters of
commercially available sizes. Optional pleated,
bag and cartridge filters shall be available. (See
special features section.)
2. Optional final filters with pre-filters shall be
available. (See special features section.)
K. Controls, Safeties, and Diagnostics:
1. Controls:
a. Control shall be accomplished through the
use of a factory-installed, microprocessorbased control system and associated
electronic and electrical hardware. Control
system shall determine control sequences
through monitoring the following operational variables:
1) Day and Time.
2) Schedule (Unoccupied/Occupied).
3) Set
points
(Unoccupied/Occupied,
Economizer, Duct Pressure, others).
4) Space temperature.
5) Outdoor-air temperature.
6) Unit supply-air temperature.
7) Unit return-air temperature.
8) Supply-air fan status.
9) Economizer position.
10) Compressor suction and discharge
pressure.
11) Navigator™ display.
12) Accessory and/or field-supplied sensors,
function switches and/or signals.
b. Controls shall be capable of performing the
following functions:
1) Capacity control based on supply-air
temperature and compensated by rate
of change of return-air temperature
(VAV) or room temperature (CV).
Capacity control shall be accomplished
through the use of compressor staging
or optional variable output compressors.
2) Perform a quick test to check the status
of all input and output signals to the
control system using the Navigator™
display.
3) Control of integrated economizer operation,
based
on
unit
supply-air
temperature.
4) Supply fan volume control shall control
output from a variable frequency drive to
maintain duct static pressure at userconfigured set point (VAV). Static pressure reset in conjunction with Carrier
communicating terminals to reduce supply fan power requirements. Control
system calculates the amount of supply
static pressure reduction necessary to
cause the most open damper in the system to open more than the minimum
value (60%) but not more than the maximum value (90% or negligible static
pressure drop).
5) Heating control shall provide space temperature control for unoccupied period
heating, morning warm-up sequence
and occupied period heating (when configured). Leaving air temperature control
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7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
12)
13)
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shall be provided when unit is equipped
with modulating gas heat option.
Adaptive optimal start shall determine
the time unit will commence cooling (or
heating or heating for morning
warm-up) during the unoccupied mode
to ensure occupied space reaches the
set point in time for occupied mode.
Adaptive optimal stop shall turn off the
compressors a preset amount of time
before the end of the occupied mode to
conserve energy (CV only).
Alerts and Alarms: Control shall continuously monitor all sensor inputs and
control outputs to ensure safe and
proper system operation. Alerts shall be
generated whenever sensor conditions
have gone outside criteria for acceptability. Alarms shall be initiated when unit
control detects that a sensor input value
is outside its valid range (indicating a
defective device or connection that prevents full unit operation) or that an output has not functioned as expected or
that a safety device has tripped. Current
alarms shall be maintained in STATUS
function; up to 9 (current or reset) shall
be stored in HISTORY function for
recall.
Timed override function shall permit a
system in unoccupied mode to be
returned to occupied mode for a userconfigured period of 1, 2, 3 or 4 hours
by pressing the override button on the
front of the space temperature sensor.
Nighttime Free Cooling (NTFC) shall
start the supply fan and open the economizer on cool nights to precool the
building structure mass using only outdoor air. Function shall be restricted to
operation above a user-configured low
lockout temperature set point.
Modulating power exhaust control shall
utilize a VFD to modulate capacity of
exhaust fan system. Capacity of exhaust
air shall be modulated in response to
building static pressure at user-configured set point. Power exhaust fan operation shall be interlocked with supply fan
operation.
Return fan control (on optional return
fan equipped units only) shall measure
supply fan cfm and shall utilize a VFD to
modulate the return fan to maintain
constant cfm differential between supply
and return fan. Return fan operation
shall be interlocked with supply fan
operation. Capacity of exhaust air shall
modulated in response to building static
pressure at user-configured set point.
Smoke control functions: Control shall
initiate any of four separate smoke
14)
15)
16)
17)
18)
19)
20)
control functions in response to closure
of field switches. Functions shall include:
Pressurization,
Evacuation,
Smoke
Purge and Fire Shutdown. Should two
or more switches be closed simultaneously, Fire Shutdown shall be initiated.
Support demand controlled ventilation
through a reset of the economizer's minimum position. This reset based on differential CO2 ppm (outdoor and indoor)
can be chosen as linear or as fast or
slow-acting exponential curves.
Indoor air quality (IAQ) mode shall admit
fresh outdoor air into the space whenever space air quality sensors detect
unsuitable space conditions, by overriding economizer minimum damper position. IAQ shall be permitted only during
occupied periods, unless configured to
be allowed during unoccupied periods
also.
Provide control for reheat via auxiliary
heating coil or gas heat during
ventilation.
IAQ pre-occupancy purge function shall
provide complete exchange of indoor air
with fresh air during unoccupied periods, when outdoor conditions permit.
Function shall energize supply fan and
open economizer two hours before next
occupied period; duration of purge shall
be user-configured (5 to 60 minutes).
Outdoor Air Control (OAC) function
shall maintain a minimum quantity of
outdoor airflow into an occupied space.
OAC mode shall be available only during
an occupied period. Outdoor airflow
shall be monitored by an airflow station
and transducer. Economizer maximum
damper opening position during OAC
mode shall be user-configured.
Dehumidification and Reheat: Dehumidification function shall override comfort
condition set points to deliver cooler air
into the space and satisfy a user-configured humidity set point at the space or
return air humidity sensor. Reheat function shall energize an auxiliary heating
device should dehumidification operation result in cooling of the space down
to the occupied heating set point.
Supply Air Temperature Set Point
Reset: Control shall automatically reset
the unit supply air temperature set point
on VAV models from either space temperature or return-air temperature, at
user-configured rate and limit. Control
shall also reset supply air temperature
set point via external 2 to 10 vdc signal
representing 0° to 20 F range of reset.
Control shall respond to higher of either
reset if both are active.
21) Space Temperature Offset function shall
permit occupants to adjust space temperature set point by ±5° F using T-56
space sensor (equipped with sliding scale
adjuster).
22) Lead-lag function shall distribute starts
between the two refrigeration circuits in
an effort to equalize the running time on
the two circuits.
23) Condenser-fan cycling control shall
maintain correct head pressure down to
32 F.
24) Refrigeration system pressures shall be
monitored via pressure transducers.
Alarms for low pressure, high pressure
will be permitted.
25) Timed Discrete Output function shall
control an external function or device
via user-configured activity schedule.
This schedule shall be separate and different from the unit's occupied/unoccupied time schedule.
26) Humidifier control shall provide control
for either LEN (local equipment network) communicating control valve or
discrete-type output, to maintain space
humidity conditions at user-configured
set points.
27) Two-step demand limit control (when
used in conjunction with CEM [controls
expansion module]).
28) Display in Metric units: Display may be
configured to display data in Metric or
English (Imperial) units of measure.
2. Safeties:
Unit components shall be equipped with the following protections:
a. Compressors:
1) Overcurrent using calibrated circuit
breakers (shuts down individual compressor).
2) Crankcase heaters.
3) High-pressure switch (shuts down individual circuit, automatic reset type).
4) Low-pressure monitoring (shuts down
individual circuit, automatic reset type).
b. Check filter switch.
c. Belt-Drive Fan Motors:
Overcurrent protection manual reset circuit
breakers.
d. Heating Section:
1) Redundant gas valves.
2) Flame proving controls.
3) Induced-draft fan motor speed sensor.
4) High-temperature limit switch.
5) Flame rollout switch.
3. Diagnostics and Prognostics:
a. The display shall be capable of indicating a
safety lockout condition (alarm).
b. The display shall also be capable of indicating an alert condition which does not lock
out the unit, but informs the system monitor
of a condition which could be detrimental to
either the unit or the comfort of the occupants if allowed to continue.
c. Test mode must also be capable of displaying outputs of microprocessor-controller and
to verify operation of every thermistor, actuator motor, fan, and compressor before unit
is started.
4. Navigator™ Display Interface:
The Navigator display module shall be a portable hand-held display module with a minimum
of 4 lines and 20 characters per line, of clear
English language. Display menus shall provide
clear language descriptions of all menu items,
operating modes, configuration points and
alarm diagnostics. Reference to factory codes
shall not be accepted. An industrial grade coiled
extension cord shall allow the display module to
be moved around the chiller. Magnets shall hold
the display module to any sheet metal panel to
allow hands-free operation. Display module
shall have NEMA 4x housing suitable for use in
outdoor environments. Display shall have back
light and contrast adjustment for easy viewing
in bright sunlight or night conditions. The display module shall have raised surface buttons
with positive tactile response.
L. Operating Characteristics:
1. Unit shall be capable of starting and running at
115 F (125 F for high-efficiency models) ambient outdoor temperature per maximum load criteria of AHRI Standard 340/360, latest
edition.
2. Unit shall be capable of mechanical cooling
operation down to 32 F ambient outdoor temperature (–20 F with low ambient accessory).
3. Provides multi-stage cooling capability.
4. Provides 2 stages of heating capability.
M. Motors:
1. Compressor motors shall be cooled by suction
gas passing over motor windings.
2. Condenser-fan motors shall be 3-phase, totally
enclosed type with permanently lubricated ball
bearings
and
internal
over-temperature
protection.
3. Supply and exhaust fan motors shall be of the
3-phase, NEMA rated, open drip-proof (ODP),
ball bearing type, with efficiencies per EISA of
2007 (U.S.A.) requirements.
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Guide specifications — 48N units (cont)
N. Electrical Requirements:
All unit power wiring shall enter unit cabinet at a single location.
O. Special Features:
1. Digital Compressor:
A digital compressor shall be available on the
lead circuit for constant volume and variable air
volume configurations. The ComfortLink control system shall be capable of unloading this
compressor in an infinite number of steps from
100% of unit capacity down to 50% of compressor capacity.
2. Humidi-MiZer® Adaptive Dehumidification:
The Humidi-MiZer dehumidification system
shall be factory installed and shall provide
greater dehumidification of the occupied space
by using two modes of dehumidification instead
of the normal design cooling mode of the unit:
a. Subcooling mode shall further sub-cool the
hot liquid refrigerant leaving the condenser
coil when both temperature and humidity in
the space are not satisfied.
b. Hot gas reheat mode shall mix a portion of
the hot gas from the discharge of the compressor with the hot liquid refrigerant leaving
the condenser coil to create a two-phase
heat transfer in the system, resulting in a
neutral leaving-air temperature.
c. The system shall be equipped with modulating control valves to provide precise leaving
air temperature control. On-off, cycling type
control shall not be acceptable.
3. Condenser Coil Protective Coating - E-Coated
Microchannel Coil:
E-coated aluminum microchannel coils shall
have a flexible epoxy polymer coating uniformly applied to all coil external surface areas
without material bridging between fins or louvers. Coating process shall ensure complete coil
encapsulation, including all exposed fin edges.
E-coat thickness of 0.8 to 1.2 mil with top coat
having a uniform dry thickness from 1.0 to 2.0
mil on all external coil surface areas, including
fin edges, shall be provided. E-coated coils shall
have superior hardness characteristics of 2H
per ASTM D3363-00 and cross-hatch adhesion
of 4B-5B per ASTM D3359-02. E-coated coils
shall have superior impact resistance with no
cracking, chipping, or peeling per NSF/ANSI
51-2002 Method 10.2.
4. Condenser Coil Louvered Guard:
Louvered panels complete with support retainers and fasteners shall be provided for protection of condenser coils.
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5. Condenser Coil Grille Guard:
Welded wire grille complete with support retainers and fasteners shall be provided for protection of condenser coils.
6. Low Outdoor Sound:
Low sound fans for outdoor sound reduction
shall be available as a factory-installed option
for all units (except 90-ton high-efficiency, 105ton, 120-ton high-efficiency, 130-ton highefficiency and 150-ton units).
7. Low Ambient Control:
a. Control shall regulate fan motor speed in
response to the saturated condensing temperature of the unit. The control shall be
capable of operating with outdoor temperatures at –20 F.
b. Motormaster® low ambient control shall be
available as a factory-installed option or fieldinstalled accessory for all units.
8. Service Valves:
Shall be equipped with ball type service valves
in the suction, discharge and liquid line for each
circuit.
9. Replaceable Core Filter Drier:
Shall be equipped with a replaceable core filter
drier with isolation valves in each liquid line.
10. Hot Gas Bypass:
Unit shall be factory equipped with hot gas
bypass valve and tubing to maintain capacity
control at minimal cooling loads.
11. Evaporator Coil Options:
a. Copper-fin coils shall be constructed of copper fins mechanically bonded to copper
tubes and copper tube sheets. Galvanized
steel tube sheets shall not be acceptable. A
polymer strip shall prevent coil assembly
from contacting the sheet metal coil pan to
minimize potential for galvanic corrosion
between coil and pan. All copper construction shall provide protection in moderate
coastal environments.
b. E-coated aluminum-fin coils shall have a flexible epoxy polymer coating uniformly
applied to all coil surface areas without
material bridging between fins. Coating process shall ensure complete coil encapsulation. Color shall be high gloss black with
gloss - 60 deg of 65 to 90% per ASTM
D523-89. Uniform dry film thickness from
0.8 to 1.2 mil on all surface areas including
fin edges. Superior hardness characteristics
of 2H per ASTM D3363-92A and crosshatch adhesion of 4B-5B per ASTM
D3359-93. Impact resistance shall be up to
160 in./lb (ASTM D2794-93). Humidity
and water immersion resistance shall be up
to minimum 1000 and 250 hours
respectively (ASTM D2247-92 and ASTM
D870-92). Corrosion durability shall be confirmed through testing to be no less than
1000 hours salt spray per ASTM B117-90.
Coil construction shall be aluminum fins
mechanically bonded to copper tubes.
12. Motorized Outdoor Air Damper:
a. Package consisting of dampers, actuator,
and linkages in conjunction with control system to provide outdoor air.
b. Dampers shall be an ultra low-leakage type
with blade and edge seals. Dampers shall
exhibit a maximum leakage rate of 4 cfm per
square foot of area at 1 in. wg pressure differential when tested in accordance with
AMCA Standard 500.
c. Dampers shall function as intended after
100,000 cycles when tested in accordance
with Section 8, UL standard 555S.
13. Ultra Low Leak Economizer:
Dry bulb, differential dry bulb temperature,
enthalpy, or optional differential enthalpy controlled integrated type consisting of dampers,
actuator, and linkages in conjunction with control system to provide primary cooling using
outdoor air, enthalpy permitting, supplemented with mechanical cooling when
necessary.
a. Economizer shall meet the requirements of
the California Energy commission airside
economizer acceptance test.
b. Dampers shall be an ultra low-leakage type
with blade and edge seals. Dampers shall
exhibit a maximum leakage rate of 4 cfm per
square foot of area at 1 in. wg pressure differential when tested in accordance with
AMCA Standard 500.
c. Dampers shall function as intended after
100,000 cycles when tested in accordance
with Section 8, UL standard 555S.
d. Actuator shall have a spring-return feature
which shuts dampers upon a power interruption or unit shutdown. Actuators are capable
of internal diagnostics.
e. Equipped with a solid-state humidity sensor
that is capable of sensing outdoor-air heat
content (temperature and humidity) and controlling economizer cut-in point at most economical level. The user can also configure
dew point limiting.
14. Modulating Power Exhaust with VFD:
Package shall include a double-width, doubleinlet centrifugal belt drive, forward-curved
power exhaust fan with variable frequency drive
control to maintain a field adjustable interior
space pressure set point.
a. Fan bearings shall be of the pillow block type
with an average design life of 200,000
hours.
b. Fans shall be statically and dynamically
balanced.
c. Installation:
1) Site installation shall require supply and
installation of building pressure (BP)
sensing pick-up and tube to connect to
BP transducer in unit.
2) All other wiring and pressure tubing
shall be factory-supplied and factoryinstalled.
d. Bypass for the VFD shall be available as a
factory-installed option.
e. A high-static power exhaust option shall be
available.
15. Return Fan/Building Pressure Control:
a. Functions provided shall be:
1) Airflow control for return duct path
(dedicated to overcoming flow losses in
return duct system).
2) Modulate return airflow rate to track
supply fan airflow rate and maintain a
user set delta cfm between the supply
and return airflow.
3) Maintain building pressure by sensing
building pressure and modulating fan
motor speed.
b. Option shall consist of following hardware:
1) Plenum fan assembly, with welded steel
airfoil blade fan.
2) Spring isolation.
3) Belt-drive fan system, fixed pitch for
maximum belt life and reliability.
4) Variable frequency drive (VFD) for
return fan modulation control.
5) Supply air cfm and return air cfm sensors to measure supply and return airflow.
6) Exhaust damper with outlet hood.
7) Building pressure transducer.
c. Installation:
1) Site installation shall require supply and
installation of building pressure (BP)
sensing pick-up and tube to connect to
BP transducer in unit.
2) All other wiring and pressure tubing
shall be factory-supplied and factory
installed.
d. A high-static return fan option shall be
available.
16. Extended Lube Lines:
Unit shall be equipped with extended lube lines
to facilitate lubrication of fan bearings from one
side of the unit.
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17. Belt Guard:
Unit shall be equipped with belt guard on all
belt-driven fans. The guard shall completely
enclose the drive system and be removable for
service.
18. Mixed Air Filters:
Unit shall be factory equipped with:
a. 4 in. MERV 8 pleated filters having the following characteristics: Efficiency of no less
than 30% based on testing per ASHRAE
Standard 52 and a minimum average arrestance of 95%.
b. 4 in. MERV 14 pleated filters having the following characteristics: Efficiency of no less
than 90% based on testing per ASHRAE
Standard 52 and a minimum average arrestance of >98%.
c. 12 in. MERV 14 bag filters having the following characteristics: Efficiency of no less
than 90% based on testing per ASHRAE
Standard 52 and a minimum average arrestance of >98%. This option shall be available with 2 in. or 4 in. pre-filters.
d. 19 in. MERV 15 bag filters having the following characteristics: Efficiency of > 95%
based on testing per ASHRAE Standard 52.
This option shall be available with 2 in. or
4 in. pre-filters.
e. 12 in. MERV 14 cartridge filters having the
following characteristics: Efficiency of no
less than 90% based on testing per
ASHRAE Standard 52 and a minimum average arrestance of >98%. This option shall
be available with 2 in. or 4 in. pre-filters.
f. Field use filter section. The section shall be
4 ft in length and include 2 in. MERV 7
pleated filters.
19. Final Air Filters:
Unit shall be factory equipped with:
a. 12 in. MERV 14 cartridge filters having the
following characteristics: Efficiency of no
less than 90% based on testing per
ASHRAE Standard 52 and a minimum average arrestance of >98%. This option shall
be available with 2 in. or 4 in. pre-filters.
b. 19 in. MERV 15 bag filters having the following characteristics: Efficiency of > 95%
based on testing per ASHRAE Standard 52.
This option shall be available with 2 in. or
4 in. pre-filters.
c. 12 in. MERV 17 HEPA filter. This option
shall be available with 2 in. or 4 in. prefilters.
20. Totally Enclosed Fan Cooled (TEFC) Motors:
Unit shall be equipped with premium efficiency
TEFC supply fan motor. Power exhaust or
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return fan motor (if equipped) shall also be
TEFC type.
VFD Bypass:
a. VFD Bypass shall be UL Listed by the drive
manufacturer as a complete assembly and
carry a UL 508 label.
b. The VFD bypass shall be a complete factorywired and tested bypass system consisting of
an output contactor and bypass contactor.
Overload protection and shall be provided in
both drive and bypass modes.
c. The following operators shall be provided:
1) Drive mode selector.
2) Bypass mode selector.
d. When selector set to bypass, normally open
contacts shall close to provide the bypass
status to the unit's control system. While in
bypass mode, the control system shall operate the supply fan using relay contacts to
control the bypass contactor.
e. Motor overload protection shall be included.
Supply Fan Static Pressure Control (VAV Units):
Variable air volume units shall be equipped with
a supply fan VFD. The VFD shall control motor
speed to maintain set point static pressure control at the supply duct sensor tube location. The
supply fan drive shall be field-adjustable to
maintain supply duct static pressure set point
from 0.0-in. wg to 5-in. wg, adjusted via scrolling marquee display or Navigator™ display. A
pressure transducer shall be factory-mounted
and wired. (Control tubing from sensor tube
location to transducer shall be field-supplied and
installed.) Transducer shall provide a 4 to
20 mA signal to the unit control module; unit
control module shall provide a 4 to 20 mA signal to the VFD indicating desired VFD output
level.
Staged Air Volume (SAV) Units:
Staged air volume units shall be equipped with a
supply fan VFD. The VFD shall control motor
speed to user configurable speeds. High speed
shall be a percentage of 60 Hz, and shall be
user configurable. The range of adjustment for
high speed shall be between 50 and 100% of
60 Hz. Low speed shall be a percentage of
60 Hz, and shall be user configurable. The
range of adjustment for low speed shall be
between 33 and 67% of 60 Hz. The control
shall allow user-configurable fan speeds for
cooling and heating modes.
Modulating Gas Heat:
a. Modulating gas heat option shall monitor
unit supply-air temperature and control the
unit heat exchanger to provide the following
sequences:
1) First-stage demand heating control, with
modulation to maintain user-configured
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heating supply air temperature set point.
Turndown ratio to be at least 7:1 for the
smallest low heat option, ranging up to
18:1 for the high heat options.
2) Full-fire demand heating on heating control command.
3) Tempering heat control, based on userconfigured
ventilation
supply
air
temperature set point, to eliminate cold
draft conditions with low mixed-air
temperatures.
b. Modulating gas control option shall consist
of:
1) Modulating controller capable of ensuring the proper fuel air mixture at operating firing rates.
2) Supply-air temperature thermistors with
duct-mounting base.
3) Limit switch temperature thermistor.
4) Stainless steel heat exchanger tubes.
c. Field installation shall be limited to installing
three supply air temperature thermistors in
the supply duct. All other hardware, wiring
and piping shall be factory-completed.
Stainless Steel Gas Heat Exchanger:
Heat exchanger shall be constructed of minimum 20-gage Type 409 Stainless Steel for corrosion resistance. Tubing material shall be
suited for high temperature and corrosion
resisting service. Tubing material shall comply
with ASTM A268, Grade TP409. Tubing shall
be welded and annealed.
Blank section:
A 4 ft or 8 ft blank section shall be available for
field installation of field-supplied devices.
Extended Chassis:
Extended chassis designs shall contain an added
length module, after the evaporator section, as
shown in the contract drawings. Module shall
contain tracks to accept field-supplied and
installed auxiliary heating coil.
Agion® Interior:
Interior panels shall be pre-coated with a silver
zeolite antimicrobial material registered by the
US EPA for use in HVAC applications.
Split Unit:
The unit shall be available for shipment in two
sections dependent upon the options selected.
UV-C Germicidal Lamps:
Emitters and fixtures for UV-C lamps shall be
designed for use inside an HVAC system and
shall be covered by a 1-year warranty. Individual
lamp output shall be measured in an ASME
nozzled test apparatus using a 45 F airstream
moving at not less than 400 fpm. Lamp output
at 253.7 nm shall not be less than 10 μW/cm2
per inch of arc length measured at a distance of
one meter.
a. Power supplies for UV-C lamps shall be a
high-efficiency electronic type which are
matched to the emitters and are capable of
producing the specified output intensity with
an input power no more than 80 watts.
b. Fixtures for UV-C lamps shall be factoryinstalled and wired to a SPDT disconnect
switch and door interlock switches in each
door. Fixtures are wired for 120 v/single
phase requiring a minimum circuit ampacity
of 15 amps. Field power connections are
made at the switch box mounted on the
exterior of the unit. Lamps shall ship separately for field installation to minimize the
chance for bulb damage.
c. Emitters and fixtures shall be installed in sufficient quantity and arranged so as to provide an equal distribution of UV-C energy on
the coil and drain pan.
d. The minimum UV-C energy striking the
leading edge of the coil pan shall be not less
than 820 μW/cm2 at the closest point and
through placement, not less than 60% of
that value at the farthest point. Equal
amounts are to strike the drain pan, either
directly or indirectly through reflection.
e. Emitters and fixtures shall be installed such
that UV-C energy strikes all surfaces of the
coil, drain pan, and the available line of sight
airstream.
31. Marine Lights:
Marine Lights shall be:
a. Cast, non-ferrous metal, weatherproof,
fixture.
b. Cast, non-ferrous metal, weatherproof, electrical junction box.
c. Gasketed, heat and shock resistant glass
globe protects against moisture and debris.
d. Cast, non-ferrous metal lamp guard to protect glass globe.
e. UL listed.
f. 100 watt type 'A' lamp maximum capacity.
g. Each fixture is equipped with a 75 watt, 130
volt, long life, vibration resistant, lamp
(8000+ hour typical lamp life), factory
installed.
h. Metallic, single gang, electrical junction box,
UL listed.
i. Factory-supplied and wired, SPST, UL listed
toggle switch.
j. Each fixture is factory wired to an externally
mounted switch box. (Field power connections are made to the switch box mounted
externally on the unit.)
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k. All factory wiring penetrating through the
panel is protected in 'RIGID' type metal
conduit.
Non-Fused Disconnect:
A non-fused electrical disconnect for main unit
power shall be factory installed. The disconnect
shall be an interlocking through-the-door type.
Fused Disconnect:
A fused electrical disconnect for main unit
power shall be factory installed. The disconnect
shall be an interlocking through-the-door type.
115-Volt Convenience Outlet:
A duplex GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupt)
receptacle shall be factory mounted in a weatherproof enclosure and wired for a 10-amp load.
It will remain powered when all unit circuit
breakers have been turned off. The outlet will
be deenergized by the unit disconnect.
Phase/Voltage Monitor:
Package shall include a device capable of
detecting under/over voltage, phase loss or
phase shift. The device shall take action to protect the unit if an abnormal condition is
detected.
Short Circuit Current Rating (SCCR):
An optional SCCR of 65 kA shall be provided
for 460-volt units. An optional of 25 kA shall
be provided for 575-volt units.
Navigator™ Display Module Accessory:
The Navigator display module shall be a portable hand-held display module with a minimum
of 4 lines and 20 characters per line, of clear
English language. Display menus shall provide
clear language descriptions of all menu items,
operating modes, configuration points and
alarm diagnostics. Reference to factory codes
shall not be accepted. An industrial grade coiled
extension cord shall allow the display module to
be moved around the rooftop. Magnets shall
hold the display module to any sheet metal
panel to allow hands-free operation. Display
module shall have NEMA 4x housing suitable
for use in outdoor environments. Display shall
have back light and contrast adjustment for easy
viewing in bright sunlight or night conditions.
The display module shall have raised surface
buttons with positive tactile response.
Controls Expansion Module (CEM):
Factory-installed package shall include all hardware for additional control of base unit operation and product integrated controls features.
The functions supported are:
a. Building pressurization, evacuation, and
smoke purge control.
b. Supply air reset from external 4 to 20 mA
signal.
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c. Two-step demand limit inputs (when used
with the CCN network).
d. Indoor air quality (IAQ) switch monitoring.
e. Outdoor airflow monitoring
f. Outdoor humidity monitoring.
g. Space humidity monitoring (required for
dehumidification control, reheat and humidifier control).
h. Return air humidity monitoring.
i. Demand limiting from an external 4 to 20
mA signal.
j. Static pressure reset from an external 4 to
20 mA signal.
k. Pre and post filter switch monitoring.
Relative Humidity Sensors:
Package shall contain either duct-mounted or
wall-mounted sensors to measure the relative
humidity of the air within the occupied space
(specify location) or return duct and/or outside
air.
NOTE: For relative humidity sensor monitoring,
the CEM must also be ordered.
Indoor Air Quality (CO2) Sensor:
a. Shall have the ability to provide demand ventilation indoor-air quality (IAQ) control
through the economizer with an indoor air
quality sensor.
b. The IAQ sensor shall be available in duct
mount, wall mount, and wall mount with
LED display of CO2 in parts per million. The
set point shall have adjustment capability.
Return Air Smoke Detector:
The smoke detector shall send input to the controller to shut down the unit in case smoke is
detected.
Airflow Sensor:
Airflow sensor package shall contain a airflow
station with airflow sensor, a transducer and all
hardware required to measure the quantity of
air. Optional economizer and CEM are required
with this option. Sensor package shall be available for outdoor air, supply air, and exhaust air
flows.
Differential Enthalpy Switch or Sensors (when
equipped with both return air and outdoor air
humidity sensors):
a. For use with economizer only.
b. Capable of comparing heat content (temperature and humidity) of outdoor and return air
and controlling economizer cut-in point at
the most economical level.
Phase/Voltage Monitor:
Package shall include a device capable of
detecting under/over voltage, phase loss or
phase shift. The device shall take action to
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protect the unit if an abnormal condition is
detected.
BACnet Communication Option:
Shall provide factory-installed communication
capability with a BACnet MS/TP network.
Allows integration with i-Vu® Open control system or a BACnet Building Automation System.
MODBUS Protocol Translator:
A controller-based accessory module shall provide CCN access to MODBUS Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) protocol conversion.
LonWorks Protocol Translator:
A controller-based accessory module shall provide CCN access to LON FT-10A ANSI/EIA709.1 protocol conversion.
Space Temperature Sensor (T-56):
The T-56 space temperature sensor (for CV
applications) shall monitor space temperature.
Device shall be suited for wall mounting in the
occupied space. The T-56 sensor shall incorporate a front-panel located slider switch to effect
a remote change in set point of ±5° F. The T56 sensor shall also include a button used to initiate Unoccupied Override function.
49. Space Temperature Sensor (T-56) with CO2
Sensor:
This device shall incorporate interior space temperature sensing and interior space CO2 level
monitoring functions. Space temperature sensor shall sense the actual temperature in the
conditioned space via 10,000-ohm thermistor.
Temperature set point adjustment potentiometer via slide scale shall provide ±5° F adjustment. The CO2 sensor shall provide CO2
measurement range of 0 to 2000 ppm. IAQ
signal to unit base board terminals shall be 4 to
20 mA. Sensor shall be equipped with an override button for timed override. Sensor must be
powered by a separate field-supplied 24-v
transformer.
50. Roof Curb:
Designed to comply with criteria established by
NRCA Guideline B-1986. Formed 14-gage galvanized steel with wood nailer strip as perimeter
curb supporting the air-handling portion of unit,
and rail for supporting the condenser portion of
the unit.
51. Roof Curb Condenser Section:
Formed 14-gage galvanized steel with wood
nailer strip for supporting condenser section of
the unit to complete a full perimeter curb under
entire unit.
52. Low Compressor Sound Blanket:
Low compressor sound blanket accessory shall
be available for field installation.
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Guide specifications — 50N units
Packaged Rooftop Cooling Unit with
ComfortLink Controls and Optional Electric
or Hydronic Heat
HVAC Guide Specifications —
Section 50N2,N3,N4,N5,N6,N7,N8,N9
Size Range: 75 to 150 Tons, Nominal
Carrier Model Number:
50N2 (Vertical Supply/Return, Constant Volume
[CV] Application, Staged Air Volume [SAV™])
50N3 (Vertical Supply/Return, Variable Air Volume
[VAV] Application)
50N4 (Horizontal Supply/Return, Constant Volume Application, Staged Air Volume)
50N5 (Horizontal Supply/Return, Variable Air
Volume Application)
50N6 (Vertical Supply/Horizontal Return,
Constant Volume Application, Staged Air Volume)
50N7(Vertical Supply/Horizontal Return, Variable
Air Volume Application)
50N8 (Horizontal Supply/Vertical Return,
Constant Volume Application, Staged Air Volume)
50N9 (Horizontal Supply/Vertical Return, Variable
Air Volume Application)
NOTE: Items throughout the specification which
apply only to units with electric or hydronic heat
are indicated by single brackets [i.e.,].
Part 1 — General
1.01 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
Outdoor, roof-curb mounted, electronically controlled cooling [and heating] unit utilizing hermetic
scroll compressors with crankcase heaters for cooling duty [and utilizing electric resistance coils for
heating duty]. Units shall supply air vertically or horizontally and return air vertically or horizontally as
shown on the contract drawings.
1.02 QUALITY ASSURANCE
A. Units shall be manufactured in a facility registered to
ISO 9001 manufacturing quality standard.
B. Unit shall be rated in accordance with AHRI Standard 340/360, latest edition.
C. Unit shall be designed to conform to ANSI/
ASHRAE 15 (latest edition), ASHRAE 62, and UL
Standard 1995.
D. Unit shall be listed by ETL and ETL, Canada, as a
total package.
E. Roof curb shall be designed to NRCA criteria per
Guideline B-1986.
F. Insulation and adhesive shall meet NFPA 90A
requirements for flame spread and smoke generation.
1.03 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
A. All units shall be completely shrink-wrapped from
the factory for protection during shipment. Tarping
of units is unacceptable.
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B. Inspect for transportation damage and store in clean
dry place and protect from weather and construction
traffic. Handle carefully to avoid damage to components, enclosures, and finish.
Part 2 — Products
2.01 EQUIPMENT
A. Factory-assembled, single-piece heating and cooling
unit. Contained within the unit enclosure shall be all
factory wiring, piping, refrigerant charge (R-410A),
operating oil charge, dual refrigerant circuits, microprocessor-based control system and associated hardware, and all special features required prior to field
start-up.
B. Unit Cabinet:
1. Unit shall be double-wall construction with insulation sealed between the inner and outer panels. Panel assemblies shall not carry an R-value
of less than 8. The panels shall be galvanized
steel (designated G60 per ASTM Standard
A653 - minimum coating weight of 0.6 oz of
zinc per square foot), bonderized and primercoated on both sides and coated with a baked
polyester thermosetting powder coating finish
on the outer surface.
2. Unit casing shall be capable of withstanding
ASTM Standard B117 500-hour salt spray test.
3. Casing shall be watertight at negative 7 in. wg
of internal pressure when tested per the UL
1995 rain test requirements. Leakage rate shall
be tested and documented on a routine basis on
random production units.
4. Sides shall have person-size hinged access
doors for easy access to the control box and
other areas requiring servicing. Each door shall
seal against a rubber gasket to prevent air and
water leakage. Access doors shall be one piece,
double-wall construction with insulation sealed
between the inner and outer panels. Panel
assemblies shall not carry an R-value of less
than 8. Access doors shall be equipped with tiebacks.
5. Side panels shall be easily removable for access
to unit and shall seal against a full perimeter
automotive style gasket to ensure a tight seal.
6. Unit shall contain a double sloped drain pan, to
prevent standing water from accumulating. Pan
shall be fabricated of stainless steel. Unit shall
contain a factory-installed nonferrous main condensate drain connection.
7. Top cover of airside section to be sloped to prevent standing water.
8. Units shall be equipped with lifting lugs to facilitate overhead rigging. Lifting lugs shall also be
suitable as tie down points.
C. Compressors:
1. Fully hermetic scroll type compressors with
overload protection and short cycle protection
with minimum on and off timers.
2. Factory rubber-in-shear mounted for vibration
isolation.
3. Reverse rotation protection capability.
4. Crankcase heaters shall only be activated during
compressor off mode.
D. Coils:
1. Evaporator Coil:
a. Intertwined circuiting constructed of aluminum fins mechanically bonded to seamless
copper tubes.
b. Full-face active type during full and part load
conditions.
c. Coils shall be leak tested at 150 psig and
pressure tested at 650 psig.
2. Condenser Coils:
a. Condenser coils shall be microchannel
design. The coils shall have a series of flat
tubes containing a series of multiple, parallel
flow microchannels layered between the
refrigerant manifolds. Microchannel coils
shall consist of a two-pass arrangement. Coil
construction shall consist of aluminum alloys
for the fins, tubes and manifolds.
b. Air-cooled condenser coils shall be leak
tested at 150 psig and pressure tested at
650 psig.
E. Fans:
1. Supply Fan:
a. Unit shall have only one fan wheel, scroll,
and motor.
b. Fan scroll, wheel, shaft, bearings, drive components and motor shall be mounted on a
formed steel assembly which shall be isolated from the unit outer casing with factoryinstalled 2-in. deflection spring isolators and
vibration-absorbent fan discharge seal.
c. Fan shall be double-width, double-inlet, centrifugal belt-driven airfoil type with single
outlet discharge.
d. Fan wheel shall be designed for continuous
operation at the maximum rated fan speed
and motor horsepower.
e. Fan wheel and shaft shall be selected to
operate at 25% below the first critical speed
and shall be statically and dynamically balanced as an assembly.
f. Fan shaft shall be solid steel, turned, ground
and polished, and coated with rust preventative oil.
g. Fan shaft bearings shall be self-aligning, pillow-block, regreasable ball or roller-type
selected for a minimum average life of
200,000 hours at design operating conditions in accordance with ANSI B3.15.
h. A single motor shall be mounted within the
fan section casing on slide rails equipped
with adjusting screws. Motor shall be
mounted on a horizontal flat surface and
shall not be supported by the fan or its structural members. Motor speed shall be controlled by a variable frequency drive.
i. Fan drive shall be constant-speed fixed-pitch.
All drives shall be factory-mounted, with
belts aligned and tensioned.
j. A high-static supply fan option shall be
available.
2. Condenser Fans:
a. Direct-driven propeller type.
b. Discharge air vertically upward.
c. Protected by PVC-coated steel wire safety
guards.
d. Statically and dynamically balanced.
e. Three-phase, totally enclosed motors.
F. Variable Frequency Drive:
All supply fan (and power exhaust fan and/or return
fan motors, if equipped) shall be equipped with variable frequency drive (VFD) inverter. The VFD shall
be provided with a metal enclosure and shall be factory-mounted, wired, and tested. The variable speed
drive shall include the following features:
1. Full digital control with direct control from the
unit ComfortLink controls.
2. Insulated gate bi-polar transistors (IGBT) used to
produce the output pulse width modulated
(PWM) waveform, allowing for quiet motor
operation.
3. Inverters capable of operation at a frequency of
8 kHz so no acoustic noise shall be produced by
the motor.
4. VFDs shall include EMI/RFI (electromagnetic /
radio frequency interference) filters.
5. Digital display keypad module, mounted on the
VFD enclosure.
6. Local/Remote and Manual/Auto function keys
on the keypad.
7. UL-listed electronic overload protection.
8. Critical frequency avoidance.
9. Self diagnostics.
10. On-board storage of unit manufacturer's customer user settings, retrievable from the
keypad.
11. RS485 communications capability (accessory
card source required).
12. Internal thermal overload protection.
13. 5% swinging (non-linear) chokes for harmonic
reduction and improved power factor.
14. All printed circuit boards shall be conformal
coated.
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G. Outdoor-Air Hood Assembly:
Factory-installed motorized outdoor-air damper shall
allow intake of up to 100% nominal airflow (on units
not equipped with optional economizer).
H. [Electric Heating Section:]
Electric resistance heaters shall be factory installed,
open wire nichrome element type, insulated with
ceramic bushings, and shall include operating and
safety controls.
I. [Hydronic Heating Section:]
Hydronic heating option shall consist of factoryinstalled plate fin-tube coil assembly, installed in the
extended length section. Coil assembly shall be supplied with die-formed casing and tube sheets of mill
galvanized steel. Tubes shall be minimum 1/2-in. OD
copper tubes mechanically expanded into aluminum
plate fin coils with belled collars. Headers shall be
constructed of steel with steel MPT connections.
Headers shall have drain and vent connections.
Coils shall be suitable for a design working pressure
of 300 psig at 200 F. Coils shall be tested at
450 psig air pressure.
J. [Steam Heating Section:]
Steam heating option shall consist of factoryinstalled plate fin-tube coil assembly, installed in the
extended length section. The steam coil shall be
non-freeze type heating coils:
1. Headers shall be steel with MPT connections.
2. Inner steam distributing tubes shall be 5/8-in.
OD, 0.020 in. wall thickness, located within
1 in. OD, 0.035 in. wall outer condensing
tubes. Working pressure shall be 175 psig at
400 F.
K. Refrigerant Components:
Unit shall be equipped with dual refrigerant circuits,
each containing:
1. Filter drier.
2. Moisture indicating sight glass.
3. Two electronic expansion valves.
4. Fusible plug.
L. Filter Section:
1. Mixed air filter section shall consist of 2-in.
thick, MERV 5 disposable fiberglass filters of
commercially available sizes. Optional pleated,
bag and cartridge filters shall be available. (See
special features section.)
2. Optional final filters with pre-filters shall be
available. (See special features section.)
M. Controls, Safeties, and Diagnostics:
1. Controls:
a. Control shall be accomplished through the
use of a factory-installed, microprocessorbased control system and associated electronic and electrical hardware. Control system shall determine control sequences
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through monitoring the following operational variables:
1) Day and Time.
2) Schedule (Unoccupied/Occupied).
3) Set
points
(Unoccupied/Occupied,
Economizer, Duct Pressure, others).
4) Space temperature.
5) Outdoor-air temperature.
6) Unit supply-air temperature.
7) Unit return-air temperature.
8) Supply-air fan status.
9) Economizer position.
10) Compressor suction and discharge
pressure.
11) Navigator display.
12) Accessory and/or field-supplied sensors,
function switches and/or signals.
b. Controls shall be capable of performing the
following functions:
1) Capacity control based on supply-air
temperature and compensated by rate
of change of return-air temperature
(VAV) or room temperature (CV).
Capacity control shall be accomplished
through the use of compressor staging
or optional variable output compressors.
2) Perform a quick test to check the status
of all input and output signals to the
control system using the Navigator™
display.
3) Control of integrated economizer operation,
based
on
unit
supply-air
temperature.
4) Supply fan volume control shall control
output from a variable frequency drive to
maintain duct static pressure at userconfigured set point (VAV). Static pressure reset in conjunction with Carrier
communicating terminals to reduce supply fan power requirements. Control
system calculates the amount of supply
static pressure reduction necessary to
cause the most open damper in the system to open more than the minimum
value (60%) but not more than the maximum value (90% or negligible static
pressure drop).
5) Heating control shall provide space temperature control for unoccupied period
heating, morning warm-up sequence
and occupied period heating (when configured). Leaving-air temperature control
shall be provided when unit is equipped
with SCR controlled electric, hydronic
or steam heat options.
6) Adaptive optimal start shall determine
the time unit will commence cooling (or
heating or heating for morning warmup) during the unoccupied mode to
ensure occupied space reaches the set
point in time for occupied mode.
7) Adaptive optimal stop shall turn off the
compressors a preset amount of time
before the end of the occupied mode to
conserve energy (CV only).
8) Alerts and Alarms: Control shall continuously monitor all sensor inputs and
control outputs to ensure safe and
proper system operation. Alerts shall be
generated whenever sensor conditions
have gone outside criteria for acceptability. Alarms shall be initiated when unit
control detects that a sensor input value
is outside its valid range (indicating a
defective device or connection that prevents full unit operation) or that an output has not functioned as expected or
that a safety device has tripped. Current
alarms shall be maintained in STATUS
function; up to 9 (current or reset) shall
be stored in HISTORY function for
recall.
9) Timed override function shall permit a
system in unoccupied mode to be
returned to occupied mode for a userconfigured period of 1, 2, 3 or 4 hours
by pressing the override button on the
front of the space temperature sensor.
10) Nighttime Free Cooling (NTFC) shall
start the supply fan and open the economizer on cool nights to pre-cool the
building structure mass using only outdoor air. Function shall be restricted to
operation above a user-configured low
lockout temperature set point.
11) Modulating power exhaust control shall
utilize a VFD to modulate capacity of
exhaust fan system. Capacity of exhaust
air shall be modulated in response to
building static pressure at user-configured set point. Power exhaust fan operation shall be interlocked with supply fan
operation.
12) Return fan control (on optional return
fan equipped units only) shall measure
supply fan cfm and shall utilize a VFD to
modulate the return fan to maintain
constant cfm differential between supply
and return fan. Return fan operation
shall be interlocked with supply fan
operation. Capacity of exhaust air shall
modulated in response to building static
pressure at user-configured set point.
13) Smoke control functions: Control shall
initiate any of four separate smoke control functions in response to closure of
field switches. Functions shall include:
Pressurization,
Evacuation,
Smoke
Purge and Fire Shutdown. Should two
or more switches be closed simultaneously, Fire Shutdown shall be initiated.
14) Support demand controlled ventilation
through a reset of the economizer's minimum position. This reset based on differential CO2 ppm (outdoor and indoor)
can be chosen as linear or as fast or
slow-acting exponential curves.
15) Indoor air quality (IAQ) mode shall admit
fresh outdoor air into the space
whenever space air quality sensors
detect unsuitable space conditions, by
overriding
economizer
minimum
damper position. IAQ shall be permitted
only during occupied periods, unless
configured to be allowed during unoccupied periods also.
16) Provide control for reheat via auxiliary
heating coil during ventilation.
17) IAQ pre-occupancy purge function shall
provide complete exchange of indoor air
with fresh air during unoccupied periods, when outdoor conditions permit.
Function shall energize supply fan and
open economizer two hours before next
occupied period; duration of purge shall
be user-configured (5 to 60 minutes).
18) Outdoor Air Control (OAC) function
shall maintain a minimum quantity of
outdoor airflow into an occupied space.
OAC mode shall be available only during
an occupied period. Outdoor airflow
shall be monitored by an airflow station
and transducer. Economizer maximum
damper opening position during OAC
mode shall be user-configured.
19) Dehumidification and Reheat: Dehumidification function shall override comfort
condition set points to deliver cooler air
into the space and satisfy a user-configured humidity set point at the space or
return air humidity sensor. Reheat function shall energize an auxiliary heating
device should dehumidification operation result in cooling of the space down
to the occupied heating set point.
20) Supply Air Temperature Set Point
Reset: Control shall automatically reset
the unit supply air temperature set point
on VAV models from either space temperature or return-air temperature, at
user-configured rate and limit. Control
shall also reset supply air temperature
set point via external 2 to 10 vdc signal
representing 0° to 20 F range of reset.
Control shall respond to higher of either
reset if both are active.
21) Space Temperature Offset function shall
permit occupants to adjust space temperature set point by ±5° F using T-56
space sensor (equipped with sliding scale
adjuster).
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22) Lead-lag function shall distribute starts
between the two refrigeration circuits in
an effort to equalize the running time on
the two circuits.
23) Condenser-fan cycling control shall
maintain correct head pressure down to
32 F.
24) Refrigeration system pressures shall be
monitored via pressure transducers.
Alarms for low pressure, high pressure
will be permitted.
25) Timed Discrete Output function shall
control an external function or device
via user-configured activity schedule.
This schedule shall be separate and different from the unit's occupied/unoccupied time schedule.
26) Hydronic heating coil control shall modulate a control valve in a steam or
hydronic heat system to maintain space
temperature at user-configured set
points. Control valve actuator shall communicate via LEN (Local Equipment
Network) protocol.
27) Humidifier control shall provide control
for either LEN communicating control
valve or discrete-type output, to maintain space humidity conditions at userconfigured set points.
28) Two-step demand limit control (when
used in conjunction with CEM [controls
expansion module]).
29) Display in Metric units: Display may be
configured to display data in Metric or
English (Imperial) units of measure.
2. Safeties:
Unit components shall be equipped with the following protections:
a. Compressors:
1) Overcurrent using calibrated circuit
breakers (shuts down individual compressor).
2) Crankcase heaters.
3) High-pressure switch (shuts down individual circuit, automatic reset type).
4) Low-pressure monitoring (shuts down
individual circuit, automatic reset type).
b. Check filter switch.
c. Belt-Drive Fan Motors:
Overcurrent protection manual reset circuit
breakers.
d. [Electric Heating Section]:
1) Automatic reset high-temperature limit
switches.
2) Manual reset high temperature limit
switch.
3) Primary and backup contactors.
4) Branch circuit protection.
5) Airflow proving switch.
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3. Diagnostics:
a. The display shall be capable of indicating a
safety lockout condition (alarm).
b. The display shall also be capable of indicating an alert condition which does not lock
out the unit, but informs the system monitor
of a condition which could be detrimental to
either the unit or the comfort of the occupants if allowed to continue.
c. Test mode must also be capable of displaying outputs of microprocessor-controller and
to verify operation of every thermistor, actuator motor, fan, and compressor before unit
is started.
4. Navigator™ Display Interface:
The Navigator display module shall be a portable hand-held display module with a minimum
of 4 lines and 20 characters per line, of clear
English language. Display menus shall provide
clear language descriptions of all menu items,
operating modes, configuration points and
alarm diagnostics. Reference to factory codes
shall not be accepted. An industrial grade coiled
extension cord shall allow the display module to
be moved around the chiller. Magnets shall hold
the display module to any sheet metal panel to
allow hands-free operation. Display module
shall have NEMA 4x housing suitable for use in
outdoor environments. Display shall have back
light and contrast adjustment for easy viewing
in bright sunlight or night conditions. The display module shall have raised surface buttons
with positive tactile response.
N. Operating Characteristics:
1. Unit shall be capable of starting and running at
115 F (125 F for high-efficiency models) ambient outdoor temperature per maximum load criteria of AHRI Standard 340/360, latest
edition.
2. Unit shall be capable of mechanical cooling
operation down to 32 F ambient outdoor temperature (–20 F with low ambient accessory).
3. Provides multi-stage cooling capability.
4. [Provides 2 stages of electric heating capability.]
O. Motors:
1. Compressor motors shall be cooled by suction
gas passing over motor windings.
2. Condenser-fan motors shall be 3-phase, totally
enclosed type with permanently lubricated ball
bearings and internal over-temperature protection.
3. Supply and exhaust fan motors shall be of the
3-phase, NEMA rated, open drip-proof (ODP),
ball bearing type, with efficiencies per EISA of
2007 (U.S.A.) requirements.
P. Electrical Requirements:
All unit power wiring shall enter unit cabinet at a single location.
Q. Special Features:
1. Digital Compressor:
A digital compressor shall be available on the
lead circuit for constant volume and variable air
volume configurations. The ComfortLink control system shall be capable of unloading this
compressor in an infinite number of steps from
100% of unit capacity down to 50% of unit
capacity.
2. Humidi-MiZer® Adaptive Dehumidification:
The Humidi-MiZer dehumidification system
shall be factory installed and shall provide
greater dehumidification of the occupied space
by using two modes of dehumidification instead
of the normal design cooling mode of the unit:
a. Subcooling mode shall further sub-cool the
hot liquid refrigerant leaving the condenser
coil when both temperature and humidity in
the space are not satisfied.
b. Hot gas reheat mode shall mix a portion of
the hot gas from the discharge of the compressor with the hot liquid refrigerant leaving
the condenser coil to create a two-phase
heat transfer in the system, resulting in a
neutral leaving-air temperature.
c. The system shall be equipped with modulating control valves to provide precise leavingair temperature control. On-off, cycling type
control shall not be acceptable.
3. Condenser Coil Protective Coating - E-Coated
Microchannel Coil:
E-coated aluminum microchannel coils shall
have a flexible epoxy polymer coating uniformly applied to all coil external surface areas
without material bridging between fins or louvers. Coating process shall ensure complete coil
encapsulation, including all exposed fin edges.
E-coat thickness of 0.8 to 1.2 mil with top coat
having a uniform dry thickness from 1.0 to 2.0
mil on all external coil surface areas, including
fin edges, shall be provided. E-coated coils shall
have superior hardness characteristics of 2H
per ASTM D3363-00 and cross-hatch adhesion
of 4B-5B per ASTM D3359-02. E-coated coils
shall have superior impact resistance with no
cracking, chipping, or peeling per NSF/ANSI
51-2002 Method 10.2.
4. Condenser Coil Louvered Guard:
Louvered panels complete with support retainers and fasteners shall be provided for protection of condenser coils.
5. Condenser Coil Grille Guard:
Welded wire grille complete with support retainers and fasteners shall be provided for protection of condenser coils.
6. Low Outdoor Sound:
Low sound fans for outdoor sound reduction
shall be available as a factory-installed option
for all units (except 90-ton high-efficiency, 105ton, 120-ton high-efficiency, 130-ton high-efficiency and 150-ton units).
7. Low Ambient Control:
a. Control shall regulate fan motor speed in
response to the saturated condensing temperature of the unit. The control shall be
capable of operating with outdoor temperatures at –20 F.
b. Motormaster® low ambient control shall be
available as a factory-installed option or fieldinstalled accessory for all units.
8. Service Valves:
Shall be equipped with ball type service valves
in the suction, discharge and liquid line for each
circuit.
9. Replaceable Core Filter Drier:
Shall be equipped with a replaceable core filter
drier with isolation valves in each liquid line.
10. Hot Gas Bypass:
Unit shall be factory equipped with hot gas
bypass valve, and tubing to maintain capacity
control at minimal cooling loads.
11. Evaporator Coil Options:
a. Copper-fin coils shall be constructed of copper fins mechanically bonded to copper
tubes and copper tube sheets. Galvanized
steel tube sheets shall not be acceptable. A
polymer strip shall prevent coil assembly
from contacting the sheet metal coil pan to
minimize potential for galvanic corrosion
between coil and pan. All copper construction shall provide protection in moderate
coastal environments.
b. E-coated aluminum-fin coils shall have a flexible epoxy polymer coating uniformly
applied to all coil surface areas without
material bridging between fins. Coating process shall ensure complete coil encapsulation. Color shall be high gloss black with
gloss - 60 deg of 65 to 90% per ASTM
D523-89. Uniform dry film thickness from
0.8 to 1.2 mil on all surface areas including
fin edges. Superior hardness characteristics
of 2H per ASTM D3363-92A and crosshatch adhesion of 4B-5B per ASTM
D3359-93. Impact resistance shall be up to
160 in./lb (ASTM D2794-93). Humidity
and water immersion resistance shall be up
to minimum 1000 and 250 hours
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respectively (ASTM D2247-92 and ASTM
D870-92). Corrosion durability shall be confirmed through testing to be no less than
1000 hours salt spray per ASTM B117-90.
Coil construction shall be aluminum fins
mechanically bonded to copper tubes.
12. Motorized Outdoor Air Damper:
a. Package consisting of dampers, actuator,
and linkages in conjunction with control system to provide outdoor air.
b. Dampers shall be an ultra low-leakage type
with blade and edge seals. Dampers shall
exhibit a maximum leakage rate of 4 cfm per
square foot of area at 1 in. wg pressure differential when tested in accordance with
AMCA Standard 500.
c. Dampers shall function as intended after
100,000 cycles when tested in accordance
with Section 8, UL standard 555S.
13. Ultra Low Leak Economizer:
Dry bulb, differential dry bulb temperature,
enthalpy, or optional differential enthalpy controlled integrated type consisting of dampers,
actuator, and linkages in conjunction with control system to provide primary cooling using
outdoor air, enthalpy permitting, supplemented with mechanical cooling when
necessary.
a. Economizer shall meet the requirements of
the California Energy commission airside
economizer acceptance test.
b. Dampers shall be an ultra low-leakage type
with blade and edge seals. Dampers shall
exhibit a maximum leakage rate of 4 cfm per
square foot of area at 1 in. wg pressure differential when tested in accordance with
AMCA Standard 500.
c. Dampers shall function as intended after
100,000 cycles when tested in accordance
with Section 8, UL standard 555S.
d. Actuator shall have a spring-return feature
which shuts dampers upon a power interruption or unit shutdown. Actuators are capable
of internal diagnostics.
e. Equipped with a solid-state humidity sensor
that is capable of sensing outdoor-air heat
content (temperature and humidity) and controlling economizer cut-in point at most economical level. The user can also configure
dew point limiting.
14. Modulating Power Exhaust with VFD:
Package shall include a double-width, doubleinlet centrifugal belt drive, forward-curved
power exhaust fan with variable frequency drive
control to maintain a field adjustable interior
space pressure set point.
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a. Fan bearings shall be of the pillow block type
with an average design life of 200,000
hours.
b. Fans shall be statically and dynamically
balanced.
c. Installation:
1) Site installation shall require supply and
installation of building pressure (BP)
sensing pick-up and tube to connect to
BP transducer in unit.
2) All other wiring and pressure tubing
shall be factory-supplied and factoryinstalled.
d. Bypass for the VFD shall be available as a
factory-installed option.
e. A high-static power exhaust option shall be
available.
15. Return Fan/Building Pressure Control:
a. Functions provided shall be:
1) Airflow control for return duct path
(dedicated to overcoming flow losses in
return duct system).
2) Modulate return airflow rate to track
supply fan airflow rate and maintain a
user set delta cfm between the supply
and return airflow.
3) Maintain building pressure by sensing
building pressure and modulating fan
motor speed.
b. Option shall consist of following hardware:
1) Plenum fan assembly, with welded steel
airfoil blade fan.
2) Spring isolation.
3) Belt-drive fan system, fixed pitch for
maximum belt life and reliability.
4) Variable frequency drive (VFD) for
return fan modulation control.
5) Supply air cfm and return air cfm sensors to measure supply and return
airflow.
6) Exhaust damper with outlet hood.
7) Building pressure transducer.
c. Installation:
1) Site installation shall require supply and
installation of building pressure (BP)
sensing pick-up and tube to connect to
BP transducer in unit.
2) All other wiring and pressure tubing
shall be factory-supplied and factory
installed.
d. A high-static return fan option shall be
available.
16. Extended Lube Lines:
Unit shall be equipped with extended lube lines
to facilitate lubrication of fan bearings from one
side of the unit.
17. Belt Guard:
Unit shall be equipped with belt guard on all
belt driven fans. The guard shall completely
enclose the drive system and be removable for
service.
18. Mixed Air Filters:
Unit shall be factory equipped with:
a. 4 in. MERV 8 pleated filters having the following characteristics: Efficiency of no less
than 30% based on testing per ASHRAE
Standard 52 and a minimum average arrestance of 95%.
b. 4 in. MERV 14 pleated filters having the following characteristics: Efficiency of no less
than 90% based on testing per ASHRAE
Standard 52 and a minimum average arrestance of >98%.
c. 12 in. MERV 14 bag filters having the following characteristics: Efficiency of no less
than 90% based on testing per ASHRAE
Standard 52 and a minimum average arrestance of >98%. This option shall be available with 2 in. or 4 in. pre-filters.
d. 19 in. MERV 15 bag filters having the following characteristics: Efficiency of > 95%
based on testing per ASHRAE Standard 52.
This option shall be available with 2 in. or
4 in. pre-filters.
e. 12 in. MERV 14 cartridge filters having the
following characteristics: Efficiency of no
less than 90% based on testing per
ASHRAE Standard 52 and a minimum average arrestance of >98%. This option shall
be available with 2 in. or 4 in. pre-filters.
f. Field use filter section. The section shall be
4 ft in length and include 2 in. MERV 7
pleated filters.
19. Final Air Filters:
Unit shall be factory equipped with:
a. 12 in. MERV 14 cartridge filters having the
following characteristics: Efficiency of no
less than 90% based on testing per
ASHRAE Standard 52 and a minimum average arrestance of >98%. This option shall
be available with 2 in. or 4 in. pre-filters.
b. 19 in. MERV 15 bag filters having the following characteristics: Efficiency of > 95%
based on testing per ASHRAE Standard 52.
This option shall be available with 2 in. or
4 in. pre-filters.
c. 12 in. MERV 17 HEPA filter. This option
shall be available with 2 in. or 4 in. prefilters.
20. Totally Enclosed Fan Cooled (TEFC) Motors:
Unit shall be equipped with premium-efficiency
TEFC supply fan motor. Power exhaust or
21.
22.
23.
24.
return fan motor (if equipped) shall also be
TEFC type.
VFD Bypass:
a. VFD bypass shall be UL Listed by the drive
manufacturer as a complete assembly and
carry a UL 508 label.
b. The VFD bypass shall be a complete factorywired and tested bypass system consisting of
an output contactor and bypass contactor.
Overload protection and shall be provided in
both drive and bypass modes.
c. The following operators shall be provided:
1) Drive mode selector
2) Bypass mode selector
d. When selector set to bypass, normally open
contacts shall close to provide the bypass
status to the unit's control system. While in
bypass mode, the control system shall operate the supply fan using relay contacts to
control the bypass contactor.
e. Motor overload protection shall be included.
Supply Fan Static Pressure Control (VAV units):
Variable air volume units shall be equipped with
a supply fan VFD. The VFD shall control motor
speed to maintain set point static pressure control at the supply duct sensor tube location. The
supply fan drive shall be field-adjustable to
maintain supply duct static pressure set point
from 0.0-in. wg to 5-in. wg, adjusted via scrolling marquee display or Navigator™ display. A
pressure transducer shall be factory-mounted
and wired. (Control tubing from sensor tube
location to transducer shall be field-supplied and
installed.) Transducer shall provide a 4 to 20
mA signal to the unit control module; unit control module shall provide a 4 to 20 mA signal to
the VFD indicating desired VFD output level.
Staged Air Volume (SAV) units:
Staged air volume units shall be equipped with a
supply fan VFD. The VFD shall control motor
speed to user-configurable speeds. High speed
shall be a percentage of 60 Hz, and shall be
user configurable. The range of adjustment for
high speed shall be between 50 and 100% of
60 Hz. Low speed shall be a percentage of
60 Hz, and shall be user configurable. The
range of adjustment for low speed shall be
between 33 and 67% of 60 Hz. The control
shall allow user-configurable fan speeds for
cooling and heating modes.
[SCR Controlled Electric Heat:]
a. SCR electric heat option shall monitor unit
supply-air temperature and control the unit
heater section to provide the following
sequences:
1) Demand heating control, with modulation to maintain user-configured heating
supply air temperature set point.
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26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
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2) Full output heating on heating control
command.
3) Tempering heat control, based on userconfigured ventilation supply air temperature set point, to eliminate cold draft
conditions
with
low
mixed-air
temperatures.
b. SCR heat control option shall consist of:
1) SCR controller capable of ensuring the
proper heating rates.
2) Supply air temperature thermistors with
duct-mounting base.
3) Limit switch temperature thermistors.
c. Field installation shall be limited to installing
three supply air temperature thermistors in
the supply duct. All other hardware and wiring shall be factory-completed.
Discharge Plenum:
Discharge plenum design shall contain added
length module for bottom supply air discharge,
as shown in contract drawings. Discharge plenum design shall provide horizontal discharge
arrangement supply fan which shall discharge
into insulated plenum. Interior cabinet surfaces
within discharge plenum section shall be lined
with sheet metal on all surfaces, insulated on
the side opposite the airstream. Electric heat is
not available with discharge plenum models.
Blank Section:
A 4 ft or 8 ft blank section shall be available for
field installation of field-supplied devices.
Extended Chassis:
Extended chassis designs shall contain an added
length module, after the evaporator section, as
shown in the contract drawings. Module shall
contain tracks to accept field-supplied/installed
auxiliary heating coil.
Agion® Interior:
Interior panels shall be pre-coated with a silver
zeolite antimicrobial material registered by the
US EPA for use in HVAC applications.
Split Unit:
The unit shall be available for shipment in two
sections dependent upon the options selected.
UV-C Germicidal Lamps:
Emitters and fixtures for UV-C lamps shall be
designed for use inside an HVAC system and
shall be covered by a 1-year warranty. Individual
lamp output shall be measured in an ASME
nozzled test apparatus using a 45 F airstream
moving at not less than 400 fpm. Lamp output
at 253.7 nm shall not be less than 10 μW/cm2
per inch of arc length measured at a distance of
one meter.
a. Power supplies for UV-C lamps shall be a
high-efficiency electronic type which are
matched to the emitters and are capable of
producing the specified output intensity with
an input power no more than 80 watts.
b. Fixtures for UV-C lamps shall be factoryinstalled and wired to a SPDT disconnect
switch and door interlock switches in each
door. Fixtures are wired for 120 v/single
phase requiring a minimum circuit ampacity
of 15 amps. Field power connections are
made at the switch box mounted on the
exterior of the unit. Lamps shall ship
separately for field installation to minimize
the chance for bulb damage.
c. Emitters and fixtures shall be installed in sufficient quantity and arranged so as to provide an equal distribution of UV-C energy on
the coil and drain pan.
d. The minimum UV-C energy striking the
leading edge of the coil pan shall be not less
than 820 μW/cm2 at the closest point and
through placement, not less than 60% of
that value at the farthest point. Equal
amounts are to strike the drain pan, either
directly or indirectly through reflection.
e. Emitters and fixtures shall be installed such
that UV-C energy strikes all surfaces of the
coil, drain pan, and the available line of sight
airstream.
31. Marine Lamps:
Marine Lights shall be:
a. Cast, non-ferrous metal, weatherproof,
fixture.
b. Cast, non-ferrous metal, weatherproof, electrical junction box.
c. Gasketed, heat and shock resistant glass
globe protects against moisture and debris.
d. Cast, non-ferrous metal lamp guard to protect glass globe.
e. UL listed.
f. 100 watt type 'A' lamp maximum capacity.
g. Each fixture is equipped with a 75 watt, 130
volt, long life, vibration resistant, lamp
(8000+ hour typical lamp life), factory
installed.
h. Metallic, single gang, electrical junction box,
UL listed.
i. Factory-supplied and wired, SPST, UL listed
toggle switch.
j. Each fixture is factory wired to an externally
mounted switch box. (Field power
connections are made to the switch box
mounted externally on the unit.)
k. All factory wiring penetrating through the
panel is protected in 'RIGID' type metal
conduit.
32. Non-Fused Disconnect:
A non-fused electrical disconnect for main unit
power shall be factory installed. The disconnect
shall be an interlocking through-the-door type.
33. Fused Disconnect:
A fused electrical disconnect for main unit
power shall be factory installed. The disconnect
shall be an interlocking through-the-door type.
34. 115-Volt Convenience Outlet:
A duplex GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupt)
receptacle shall be factory mounted in a
weatherproof enclosure and wired for a 10amp load. It will remain powered when all unit
circuit breakers have been turned off. The outlet will be deenergized by the unit disconnect.
35. Phase/Voltage Monitor:
Package shall include a device capable of
detecting under/over voltage, phase loss or
phase shift. The device shall take action to protect the unit if an abnormal condition is
detected.
36. Short Circuit Current Rating (SCCR):
An optional SCCR of 65 kA shall be provided
for 460-volt units. An optional of 25 kA shall
be provided for 575-volt units.
37. Navigator™ Display Module Accessory:
The Navigator display module shall be a portable hand-held display module with a minimum
of 4 lines and 20 characters per line, of clear
English language. Display menus shall provide
clear language descriptions of all menu items,
operating modes, configuration points and
alarm diagnostics. Reference to factory codes
shall not be accepted. An industrial grade coiled
extension cord shall allow the display module to
be moved around the rooftop. Magnets shall
hold the display module to any sheet metal
panel to allow hands-free operation. Display
module shall have NEMA 4x housing suitable
for use in outdoor environments. Display shall
have back light and contrast adjustment for easy
viewing in bright sunlight or night conditions.
The display module shall have raised surface
buttons with positive tactile response.
38. Controls Expansion Module (CEM):
Factory-installed package shall include all hardware for additional control of base unit operation and product integrated controls features.
The functions supported are:
a. Building pressurization, evacuation, and
smoke purge control.
b. Supply air reset from external 4 to 20 mA
signal.
c. Two-step demand limit inputs (when used
with the CCN network).
d. Indoor air quality (IAQ) switch monitoring.
e. Outdoor airflow monitoring.
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f. Outdoor humidity monitoring.
g. Space humidity monitoring (required for
dehumidification control, reheat and humidifier control).
h. Return air humidity monitoring.
i. Demand limiting from an external 4 to
20 mA signal.
j. Static pressure reset from an external 4 to
20 mA signal.
k. Pre and post filter switch monitoring
Relative Humidity Sensors:
Package shall contain either duct-mounted or
wall-mounted sensors to measure the relative
humidity of the air within the occupied space
(specify location) or return duct and/or outside
air.
NOTE: For relative humidity sensor monitoring,
the CEM must also be ordered.
Indoor Air Quality (CO2) Sensor:
a. Shall have the ability to provide demand ventilation indoor-air quality (IAQ) control
through the economizer with an indoor air
quality sensor.
b. The IAQ sensor shall be available in duct
mount, wall mount, and wall mount with
LED display of CO2 in parts per million. The
set point shall have adjustment capability.
Return Air Smoke Detector:
The smoke detector shall send input to the controller to shut down the unit in case smoke is
detected.
Airflow Sensor:
Airflow sensor package shall contain a airflow
station with airflow sensor, a transducer and all
hardware required to measure the quantity of
air. Optional economizer and CEM are required
with this option. Sensor package shall be available for outdoor air, supply air, and exhaust airflows.
Differential Enthalpy Switch or Sensors (when
equipped with both return air and outdoor air
humidity sensors):
a. For use with economizer only.
b. Capable of comparing heat content (temperature and humidity) of outdoor and return air
and controlling economizer cut-in point at
the most economical level.
BACnet Communication Option:
Shall provide factory-installed communication
capability with a BACnet MS/TP network.
Allows integration with i-Vu® Open Control
System or a BACnet Building Automation
System.
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Guide specifications — 50N units (cont)
thermistor. Temperature set point adjustment
potentiometer via slide scale shall provide ±5°
F adjustment. CO2 sensor shall provide CO2
measurement range of 0 to 2000 ppm. IAQ
signal to unit base board terminals shall be 4
to 20 mA. Sensor shall be equipped with an
override button for timed override. Sensor
must be powered by a separate field-supplied
24-v transformer.
49. Roof Curb:
Designed to comply with criteria established
by NRCA Guideline B-1986. Formed 14-gage
galvanized steel with wood nailer strip as
perimeter curb supporting the air-handling
portion of unit, and rail for supporting the
condenser portion of the unit.
50. Roof Curb Condenser Section:
Formed 14-gage galvanized steel with wood
nailer strip for supporting condenser section
of the unit to complete a full perimeter curb
under entire unit.
51. Low Compressor Sound Blanket:
Low compressor sound blanket accessory shall
be available for field installation.
45. MODBUS Protocol Translator:
A controller-based accessory module shall provide CCN access to MODBUS Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) protocol conversion.
46. LonWorks Protocol Translator:
A controller-based accessory module shall provide CCN access to LON FT-10A ANSI/EIA709.1 protocol conversion.
47. Space Temperature Sensor (T-56):
The T-56 space temperature sensor (for CV
applications) shall monitor space temperature.
Device shall be suited for wall mounting in the
occupied space. The T-56 sensor shall
incorporate a front-panel located slider switch
to effect a remote change in set point of
±5° F. The T-56 sensor shall also include a
button used to initiate Unoccupied Override
function.
48. Space Temperature Sensor (T-56) with CO2
Sensor:
This device shall incorporate interior space
temperature sensing and interior space CO2
level monitoring functions. Space temperature
sensor shall sense the actual temperature in
the conditioned space via 10,000-ohm
Carrier Corporation • Syracuse, New York 13221
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Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.
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Catalog No. 04-52480031-01
Printed in U.S.A.
Form 48/50N-1PD
Replaces: 48/50N-1APD
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