Specifications | Carrier 48AJ Air Conditioner User Manual

WEATHERMAKER®
48AJ,AK,AW,AY020-060
Single Package Rooftop Units
Electric Cooling/Gas Heating
with Scroll Compressor and
COMFORTLINK™ Controls
Installation Instructions
CONTENTS
Page
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-36
Step 1 — Provide Unit Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
• ROOF CURB
• ALTERNATE UNIT SUPPORT
Step 2 — Rig and Place Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
• POSITIONING
• ROOF MOUNT
Step 3 — Field Fabricate Ductwork . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Step 4 — Make Unit Duct Connections . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Step 5 — Install Flue Hood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Step 6 — Trap Condensate Drain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Step 7 — Install Gas Piping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Step 8 — Make Electrical Connections . . . . . . . . . . 20
• POWER WIRING
• FIELD POWER SUPPLY
• FIELD CONTROL WIRING
Step 9 — Make Outdoor-Air Inlet
Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
• ECONOMIZER AND FIXED OUTDOOR
AIR DAMPER
Step 10 — Position Power Exhaust/Barometric
Relief Damper Hood. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Step 11 — Route VAV Static Pressure Sensor . . . 34
Step 12 — Install All Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Step 13 — Field Modifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
Installation and servicing of air-conditioning equipment can
be hazardous due to system pressure and electrical components. Only trained and qualified service personnel should install, repair, or service air-conditioning equipment.
Untrained personnel can perform the basic maintenance
functions of cleaning coils and filters and replacing filters. All
other operations should be performed by trained service personnel. When working on air-conditioning equipment, observe
precautions in the literature, tags and labels attached to the unit,
and other safety precautions that may apply.
Follow all safety codes. Wear safety glasses and work
gloves. Use quenching cloth for unbrazing operations. Have
fire extinguishers available for all brazing operations.
WARNING
WARNING
1. Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service,
or maintenance can cause property damage, personal
injury, or loss of life. Refer to the User’s Information
Manual provided with this unit for more details.
2. Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other
appliance.
What to do if you smell gas:
1. DO NOT try to light any appliance.
2. DO NOT touch any electrical switch, or use any
phone in your building.
3. IMMEDIATELY call your gas supplier from a neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas supplier’s instructions.
4. If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire
department.
WARNING
Disconnect gas piping from unit when pressure testing at
pressure greater than 0.5 psig. Pressures greater than
0.5 psig will cause gas valve damage resulting in hazardous
condition. If gas valve is subjected to pressure greater than
0.5 psig, it must be replaced before use. When pressure
testing field-supplied gas piping at pressures of 0.5 psig or
less, a unit connected to such piping must be isolated by
closing the manual gas valve(s).
INSTALLATION
Step 1 — Provide Unit Support
CAUTION
1. All panels must be in place when rigging or damage
to unit may occur.
2. Unit is not designed for handling by fork truck.
Before performing service or maintenance operations on
unit, turn off main power switch to unit. Electrical shock
could cause personal injury.
Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.
Catalog No. 04-53480067-01
Printed in U.S.A.
Form 48A-7SI
Pg 1
8-09
Replaces: 48A-5SI
ROOF CURB — For vertical discharge units, assemble or install accessory roof curb in accordance with instructions
shipped with this accessory. See Fig. 1-3. Install insulation,
cant strips, roofing, and counter flashing as shown. Ductwork
can be installed to roof curb before unit is set in place. Curb
should be level. This is necessary to permit unit drain to function properly. Unit leveling tolerance is shown in Fig. 1-3.
Refer to Accessory Roof Curb Installation Instructions for
additional information as required. When accessory roof curb
is used, unit may be installed on class A, B, or C roof covering
material.
Step 3 — Field Fabricate Ductwork — Secure all
ducts to building structure. Use flexible duct connectors between unit and ducts as required. Insulate and weatherproof all
external ductwork, joints, and roof openings with counter
flashing and mastic in accordance with applicable codes.
NOTE: Due to width of the horizontal supply and return ductwork, provisions should be made for servicing of the outdoor
air filters (i.e., catwalk over ductwork).
Ducts passing through an unconditioned space must be insulated and covered with a vapor barrier. Outlet grilles must not
lie directly below unit discharge. The return duct must have a
90-degree elbow before opening into the building space if the
unit is equipped with power exhaust.
To attach ductwork to roof curb, insert duct approximately
10 to 11 in. up into roof curb. Connect ductwork to 14-gage
roof curb material with sheet metal screws driven from inside
the duct.
Follow AMCA (Air Movement and Control Association)
guidelines relating to ductwork connections to the unit. These
guidelines recommend a minimum 21/2 equivalent duct diameters of straight duct connected to supply air inlet and outlet
openings before any transitions, fittings, dampers, etc. Failure
to adhere to these guidelines may result in system effects which
can impact the unit’s ability to achieve published performance.
IMPORTANT: The gasketing of the unit to the roof curb is
critical for a watertight seal. Install gasket with the roof
curb as shown in Fig. 1-3. Improperly applied gasket can
also result in air leaks and poor unit performance.
ALTERNATE UNIT SUPPORT — When the preferred curb
or slab mount cannot be used, support unit with sleepers on perimeter, using unit curb support area. If sleepers cannot be
used, support long sides of unit (refer to Fig. 4-10) with a minimum number of 4-in. x 4-in. pads spaced as follows:
48AJ,AK,AW,AY020-035 units require 3 pads on each side;
48AJ,AK,AW,AY036-050 units require 4 pads on each side;
48AJ,AK,AW,AY051 and 060 units require 6 pads on each
side. Unit may sag if supported by corners only.
Step 2 — Rig and Place Unit — Inspect
unit for
transportation damage. See Tables 1-6 for physical data and
specifications. File any claim with transportation agency.
Do not drop unit; keep upright. Use spreader bars over unit
to prevent sling or cable damage. This unit must be handled
with a crane and can not be handled by a fork truck. Level by
using unit frame as a reference; leveling tolerance is shown in
Fig. 1-3. See Fig. 10 for additional information. Unit operating
weight is shown in Table 2.
NOTE: On retrofit jobs, ductwork may be attached to the old
unit instead of a roof curb. Be careful not to damage ductwork
when removing old unit. Attach existing ductwork to roof curb
instead of unit.
Four lifting lugs are provided on the unit base rails as shown
in Fig. 4-10. Refer to rigging instructions on unit.
POSITIONING — Maintain clearance, per Fig. 4-10, around
and above unit to provide minimum distance from combustible
materials, proper airflow, and service access.
Do not install unit in an indoor location. Do not locate unit
air inlets near exhaust vents or other sources of contaminated
air. For proper unit operation, adequate combustion and ventilation air must be provided in accordance with Section 5.3 (Air
for Combustion and Ventilation) of the National Fuel Gas
Code, ANSI Z223.1 (American National Standards Institute).
Although unit is weatherproof, guard against water from
higher level runoff and overhangs.
Locate mechanical draft system flue assembly at least 4 ft
from any opening through which combustion products could
enter the building, and at least 4 ft from any adjacent building.
When unit is located adjacent to public walkways, flue assembly must be at least 7 ft above grade.
ROOF MOUNT — Check building codes for weight distribution requirements. See Fig. 11. Unit operating weight is shown
in Table 2.
WARNING
For vertical supply and return units, tools or parts could
drop into ductwork and cause an injury. Install a 90-degree
elbow turn in the supply and return ductwork between the
unit and the conditioned space. If a 90-degree elbow cannot
be installed, then a grille of sufficient strength and density
should be installed to prevent objects from falling into the
conditioned space.
Step 4 — Make Unit Duct Connections
48AJ AND AK UNITS — Unit is shipped for thru-thebottom duct connections. Field-fabricated ductwork should be
attached to the roof curb. Supply and return duct dimensions
are shown in Fig. 4-6. Air distribution is shown in Fig. 12.
Refer to installation instructions shipped with roof curb for
more information.
48AW AND AY UNITS — Remove shipping covers from
supply and return air openings. Attach field-supplied ductwork
to unit. Connect to the unit with a single duct for all supply
openings and with a single duct for all return openings.
Splitting of the airflow into branch ducts should not be done at
the unit. Sufficient duct length should be used prior to branching to ensure the air temperatures are well mixed within the
ductwork. See Fig. 7-9 for duct opening dimensions. Secure all
ducts to building structure. Air distribution is shown in Fig. 7-9
and Fig. 13.
Install accessory barometric relief or power exhaust in the
field-fabricated return ductwork. Refer to Step 10 — Position
Power Exhaust/Barometric Relief Damper Hood section on
page 33 for more information.
Instructions continued on page 19.
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Fig. 1 — Roof Curb — 48AJ,AK020-035 Units
NOTES:
1. UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, ALL DIMENSIONS ARE TO OUTSIDE OF PART.
2. ROOF CURB ACCESSORY CRRFCURB005A00 IS SHIPPED DISASSEMBLED.
3. ALL ROOF CURB PARTS ARE TO BE 14 GA. GALVANIZED STEEL.
4. UNITS WITH ELECTRIC HEAT MUST BE INSTALLED WITH A 90° ELBOW ON THE SUPPLY
DUCT PRIOR TO ANY SUPPLY TAKE OFFS OR BRANCHES.
5. DIMENSIONS IN [ ] ARE IN MILLIMETERS. ALL OTHER DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.
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Fig. 2 — Roof Curb — 48AJ,AK036-050 Units
NOTES:
1. UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, ALL DIMENSIONS ARE TO OUTSIDE OF PART.
2. ROOF CURB ACCESSORY CRRFCURB005A00 IS SHIPPED DISASSEMBLED.
3. ALL ROOF CURB PARTS ARE TO BE 14 GA. GALVANIZED STEEL.
4. UNITS WITH ELECTRIC HEAT MUST BE INSTALLED WITH A 90° ELBOW ON THE SUPPLY
DUCT PRIOR TO ANY SUPPLY TAKE OFFS OR BRANCHES.
5. DIMENSIONS IN [ ] ARE IN MILLIMETERS. ALL OTHER DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.
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NOTES:
1. UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, ALL DIMENSIONS ARE TO
OUTSIDE OF PART.
2. ROOF CURB ACCESSORY CRRFCURB005A00 IS SHIPPED DISASSEMBLED.
3. ALL ROOFCURB PARTS ARE TO BE 14 GA. GALVANIZED STEEL.
4. DIMENSIONS IN [ ] ARE IN MILLIMETERS. ALL OTHER DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.
Fig. 3 — Roof Curb — 48AJ,AK051 and 060 Units
NOTES:
1. WEIGHTS INCLUDE ECONOMIZER (STD).
2.
CENTER OF GRAVITY.
3. UNIT CLEARANCES:
TOP OF UNITS: NO OVERHANG
CONDENSER COIL: 4’ - 0“ [1219]
ECONOMIZER SIDE: 6’ - 0” [1829]
HEAT SIDE: 4’’ - 0” [1219]
FILTER ACCESS SIDE: 10’ - 0” [3048] (FOR
REMOVAL OF EVAPORATOR COIL)
4. FOR SMALLER SERVICE AND OPERATIONAL
CLEARANCES, CONTACT CARRIER APPLICATION ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT.
5. BOTTOM DUCTS ARE DESIGNED TO BE ATTACHED TO ACCESSORY ROOF CURB. IF UNIT
IS MOUNTED ON DUNNAGE, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE DUCTS BE SUPPORTED
BY CROSS BRACES AS DONE ON ACCESSORY ROOF CURB.
6. DIMENSIONS IN [ ] ARE IN MILLIMETERS. ALL
OTHER DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.
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Fig. 4 — Base Unit Dimensions — 48AJ,AK020-035
* OPERATING WEIGHT INCLUDES LARGEST INDOOR FAN MOTOR, CU/AL COILS,
MODULATING POWER EXHAUST (VARIABLE AIR VOLUME), AND VARIABLE
FREQUENCY DRIVE (VARIABLE AIR VOLUME).
NOTES:
1. WEIGHTS INCLUDE ECONOMIZER (STD).
2.
CENTER OF GRAVITY.
3. UNIT CLEARANCES:
TOP OF UNITS: NO OVERHANG
CONDENSER COIL: 4’ - 0“ [1219]
ECONOMIZER SIDE: 6’ - 0” [1829]
HEAT SIDE: 4’’ - 0” [1219]
FILTER ACCESS SIDE: 10’ - 0” [3048] (FOR
REMOVAL OF EVAPORATOR COIL)
4. FOR SMALLER SERVICE AND OPERATIONAL
CLEARANCES, CONTACT CARRIER APPLICATION ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT.
5. BOTTOM DUCTS ARE DESIGNED TO BE ATTACHED TO ACCESSORY ROOF CURB. IF UNIT
IS MOUNTED ON DUNNAGE, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE DUCTS BE SUPPORTED BY
CROSS BRACES AS DONE ON ACCESSORY
ROOF CURB.
6. DIMENSIONS IN [ ] ARE IN MILLIMETERS. ALL
OTHER DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.
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Fig. 5 — Base Unit Dimensions — 48AJ,AK036-050
* OPERATING WEIGHT INCLUDES LARGEST INDOOR FAN MOTOR, CU/AL COILS,
MODULATING POWER EXHAUST (VARIABLE AIR VOLUME), AND VARIABLE
FREQUENCY DRIVE (VARIABLE AIR VOLUME).
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Fig. 6 — Base Unit Dimensions — 48AJ,AK051 and 060
NOTES:
1. WEIGHTS INCLUDE ECONOMIZER (STD).
2.
CENTER OF GRAVITY.
3. UNIT CLEARANCES:
TOP OF UNITS: NO OVERHANG
CONDENSER COIL: 4’ - 0“ [1219]
ECONOMIZER SIDE: 6’ - 0” [1829]
HEAT SIDE: 4’’ - 0” [1219]
FILTER ACCESS SIDE: 10’ - 0” [3048] (FOR REMOVAL OF
EVAPORATOR COIL)
4. FOR SMALLER SERVICE AND OPERATIONAL CLEARANCES,
CONTACT CARRIER APPLICATION ENGINEERING
DEPARTMENT.
5. DIMENSIONS IN [ ] ARE IN MILLIMETERS. ALL OTHER DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.
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Fig. 7 — Base Unit Dimensions — 48AW,AY020-035
NOTES:
1. WEIGHTS INCLUDE ECONOMIZER (STD).
2.
CENTER OF GRAVITY.
3. UNIT CLEARANCES:
TOP OF UNITS: NO OVERHANG
CONDENSER COIL: 4’ - 0“ [1219]
ECONOMIZER SIDE: 6’ - 0” [1829]
HEAT SIDE: 4’’ - 0” [1219]
FILTER ACCESS SIDE: 10’ - 0” [3048] (FOR REMOVAL
OF EVAPORATOR COIL)
4. FOR SMALLER SERVICE AND OPERATIONAL CLEARANCES, CONTACT CARRIER APPLICATION ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT.
5. DIMENSIONS IN [ ] ARE IN MILLIMETERS. ALL OTHER DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.
a48-8239
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Fig. 8 — Base Unit Dimensions — 48AW,AY036-050
* OPERATING WEIGHT INCLUDES LARGEST INDOOR FAN MOTOR, CU/AL COILS,
MODULATING POWER EXHAUST (VARIABLE AIR VOLUME), AND VARIABLE
FREQUENCY DRIVE (VARIABLE AIR VOLUME).
FOR CENTERS OF
GRAVITY, OPERATING
AND CORNER WEIGHTS,
SEE FIGURE 10
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Fig. 9 — Base Unit Dimensions — 48AW,AY051 and 060
a50-8102
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48AJ/AK LOW HEAT
48AW/AY HIGH HEAT
48AW/AY LOW HEAT
48AJ/AK HIGH HEAT
48AJ/AK LOW HEAT
48AW/AY HIGH HEAT
48AW/AY LOW HEAT
48AJ/AK HIGH HEAT
CV
FIOP
IFM
VAV
VFD
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Constant Volume
Factory-Installed Option
Indoor Fan Motor
Volume Air volume
Variable Frequency Drive
48AJ/AK060 HIGH HEAT
48AW/AY060 HIGH HEAT
48AJ/AK060 LOW HEAT
48AW/AY060 LOW HEAT
48AJ/AK051 HIGH HEAT
48AW/AY051 HIGH HEAT
48AJ/AK051 LOW HEAT
48AW/AY051 LOW HEAT
Fig. 10 — Center of Gravity and Weights — 48AJ,AK,AW,AY051,060
NOTES:
1. WEIGHTS INCLUDE ECONOMIZER OR OUTDOOR AIR
DAMPER.
2.
CENTER OF GRAVITY.
3. UNIT CLEARANCES:
TOP OF UNITS: NO OVERHANG
CONDENSER COIL: 4’ - 0“ [1219]
ECONOMIZER SIDE: 6’ - 0” [1829]
HEAT SIDE: 4’’ - 0” [1219]
FILTER ACCESS SIDE: 15’ - 0” [4572] (FOR REMOVAL
OF EVAPORATOR COIL)
4. FOR SMALLER SERVICE AND OPERATIONAL CLEARANCES,
CONTACT CARRIER APPLICATION ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT.
5. BOTTOM DUCTS ARE DESIGNED TO BE ATTACHED TO ACCESSORY ROOF CURB. IF UNIT IS MOUNTED ON DUNNAGE,
IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE DUCTS BE SUPPORTED BY
CROSS BRACES AS DONE ON ACCESSORY ROOF CURB.
6. BASE UNIT WEIGHTS INCLUDE OUTDOOR AIR HOODS AND
FILTERS (INDOOR FAN MOTOR IS NOT INCLUDED). ADD INDOOR FAN MOTOR, FIOPS, AND ACCESSORIES FOR TOTAL
OPERATING WEIGHT.
7. VAV MOTOR WEIGHTS INCLUDE INDOOR MOTOR, VFD, VFD
TRANSDUCER, AND ASSOCIATED WIRING.
8. DIMENSIONS IN [ ] ARE IN MILLIMETERS. ALL OTHER DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.
9. FOR SIDE-SUPPLY/RETURN APPLICATIONS, A SINGLE RETURN AND SUPPLY DUCTWORK CONNECTION IS RECOMMENDED FOR COVERING ALL THREE RETURN AND ALL
THREE SUPPLY OPENINGS. THE ENTIRE AREA AROUND
THE DUCT OPENINGS IS AVAILABLE FOR A 1.5” DUCT
FLANGE ATTACHMENT.
Table 1 — Physical Data — 48AJ,AK,AW,AY Units
UNIT 48AJ,AK,AW,AY
NOMINAL CAPACITY (tons)
BASE UNIT
OPERATING WEIGHT (lb)
COMPRESSOR
Quantity ... Type (Ckt 1/Ckt 2)
Number of Refrigerant Circuits
Oil (oz) (Ckt 1, Ckt 2)
REFRIGERANT TYPE
Operating Charge (lb-oz)
Circuit 1
Circuit 2
CONDENSER COIL*
Quantity
Rows ... Fins/in.
Total Face Area (sq ft)
CONDENSER FAN
Nominal Cfm
Quantity... Diameter (in.)
Motor Hp
EVAPORATOR COIL
Tube Size (in.)
Rows ... Fins/in.
Total Face Area (sq ft)
EVAPORATOR FAN
Quantity ... Size (in.)
Type Drive
Nominal Cfm
Motor Hp
Motor Frame Size
Motor Bearing Type
Maximum Allowable Rpm
Motor Pulley Pitch Diameter (in.)
Nominal Motor Shaft Diameter (in.)
Fan Pulley Pitch Diameter (in.)
Nominal Fan Shaft Diameter (in.)
Belt Quantity
Belt Type
Belt Length (in.)
Pulley Center Line Distance (in.)
Factory Speed Setting (rpm)
FURNACE SECTION
Supply Line Pressure Range
Rollout Switch Cutout
Temp (F)†
Burner Orifice Diameter (in. ...drill size)
Natural Gas
Std
Liquid Propane
Alt
Thermostat Heat Anticipator Setting
Stage 1 (amps)
Stage 2 (amps)
Gas Input (Btuh) Stage 1
(Low Heat/High Heat)
Stage 2
(Low Heat/High Heat)
Efficiency (Steady State) (%)
Temperature Rise Range
Manifold Pressure (in. wg)
Natural Gas
Std
Liquid Propane
Alt
Gas Valve Quantity
HIGH-PRESSURE SWITCH (psig)
Cutout
Reset (Auto.)
MIXED-AIR FILTERS
Quantity ... Size (in.) Standard
Pleated
OUTDOOR-AIR FILTERS
Quantity...Size (in.)
POWER EXHAUST
Motor, Quantity...Hp
Fan, Diameter...Width (in.)
Al
Cu
020
20
025
25
027
27
030
30
2 ... SR*942AT/1…SR*942AE
2
Precharged
2…SR*782AT/2…SR*812AT
2
Precharged
See Operating Weights Table
2…SR*782AT/1…SR*782AE
2
Precharged
1…SR*812AT, 1…SR*942AT/
1…SR*942AE
2
Precharged
26-8
14-0
33-8
17-8
225
225
225
225
.111 ... 34
.089 ... 43
.111 ... 34
.089 ... 43
.111 ... 34
.089 ... 43
.111 ... 34
.089 ... 43
0.24
0.13
262,500/394,000
0.24
0.13
262,500/394,000
0.24
0.13
262,500/394,000
0.24
0.13
262,500/394,000
350,000/525,000
82
15-45/35-65
350,000/525,000
82
15-45/35-65
350,000/525,000
82
15-45/35-65
350,000/525,000
82
15-45/35-65
3.5
3.5
2
3.5
3.5
2
3.5
3.5
2
3.5
3.5
2
426
320
426
320
426
320
426
320
10 ... 20 x 24 x 2
5 ... 20 x 20 x 4
5 ... 20 x 24 x 4
10 ... 20 x 24 x 2
5 ... 20 x 20 x 4
5 ... 20 x 24 x 4
10 ... 20 x 24 x 2
5 ... 20 x 20 x 4
5 ... 20 x 24 x 4
10 ... 20 x 24 x 2
5 ... 20 x 20 x 4
5 ... 20 x 24 x 4
R-22
35-8
29-0
20-0
30-8
Internally Enhanced, 3/8″ Copper Tubes, Aluminum Lanced, Aluminum Pre-Coated, or Copper Plate Fins
1
1
1
1
2 ... 15
3 ... 15
3 ... 15
4 ... 15
33.3
33.3
33.3
33.3
Propeller Type
17,200
15,850
15,850
14,500
2 ... 30
2 ... 30
2 ... 30
2 ... 30
1
1
1
1
Internally Enhanced Copper Tubes, Aluminum Plate Fins with Intertwined Circuits
3/
3/
3/
3/
8
8
8
8
3 ... 15
3 ... 15
4 ... 15
4 ... 15
31.7
31.7
31.7
31.7
Centrifugal Type
2 ... 20 X 15
2 ... 20 X 15
2 ... 20 X 15
2 ... 20 X 15
Belt
Belt
Belt
Belt
8,000
10,000
11,000
12,000
5
10
15
5
10
15
10
15
20
10
15
20
184T
215T
254T
184T
215T
254T
215T
254T
256T
215T
254T
256T
Ball
Ball
Ball
Ball
1200
1200
1200
1200
4.8
4.4
5.7
4.8
6.1
5.5
4.4
4.9
5.9
4.4
5.7
5.9
11/8
1 3/ 8
15/8
11/8
1 3/ 8
15/8
13/8
15/8
15/8
13/8
15/8
15/8
12.4
8.6
9.1
12.4
11.1
8.7
9.4
8.1
8.7
9.5
9.1
8.7
115/16
115/16
115/16
115/16
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
BX56
BX50
5VX530
BX56
5VX570
5VX530
BX50
5VX530
5VX530
BX50
5VX530
5VX530
56
63
53
56
57
53
50
50
53
50
53
53
16.0-18.7 15.6-18.4 15.0-17.9 15.6-18.4
15.6-18.4
15.0-17.9
15.6-18.4 15.0-17.9 15.0-17.9 15.6-18.4 15.0-17.9 15.0-17.9
677
895
1096
677
962
1106
819
1096
1187
884
1096
1187
5.0-in. wg min/13.5-in. wg max.
8...16 x 25 x 2
4...20 x 25 x 2
Direct Drive, Single-Phase Motors (Factory-Wired for High Speed Operation), Forward-Curved Fan Wheels with Backdraft Dampers on Each Fan
Housing
4...1
11 x 10
LEGEND
— Aluminum
— Copper
*Sizes 020-040: Circuit 1 uses the lower portion of condenser coil, Circuit 2 uses the upper
portion.
Sizes 041-060: Circuit 1 uses the left condenser coil, Circuit 2 the right. All units have
intertwined evaporator coils.
†Rollout switch is manual reset.
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Table 1 — Physical Data — 48AJ,AK,AW,AY Units (cont)
UNIT 48AJ,AK,AW,AY
035
036
040
041
40
NOMINAL CAPACITY (tons)
35
35
40
BASE UNIT
See Operating Weights Table
OPERATING WEIGHT (lb)
COMPRESSOR
1…SR*812AT,
1…SR*812AT,
Quantity ... Type (Ckt 1/Ckt 2)
2…SR*942AT/2…SM125
2…SR*942AT/2…SM125
1…SR*942AT/2…SR*942AT
1…SR*942AT/2…SR*942AT
Number of Refrigerant Circuits
2
2
2
2
Oil (oz) (Ckt 1, Ckt 2)
Precharged
Precharged
Precharged
Precharged
REFRIGERANT TYPE
R-22
Operating Charge (lb-oz)
Circuit 1
33-0
36-0
36-0
47-0
Circuit 2
38-0
58-0
47-0
47-0
CONDENSER COIL*
Internally Enhanced, 3/8″ Copper Tubes, Aluminum Lanced, Aluminum Pre-Coated, or Copper Plate Fins
Quantity
1
2
2
2
Rows ... Fins/in.
4 ... 15
2...15/4…15
2 ... 15 / 4 … 15
4...15/4…15
Total Face Area (sq ft)
33.3
66.7
66.7
66.7
CONDENSER FAN
Propeller Type
Nominal Cfm
14,500
30,000
30,000
30,000
Quantity... Diameter (in.)
2 ... 30
4...30
4 ... 30
4...30
Motor Hp
1
1
1
1
EVAPORATOR COIL
Internally Enhanced Copper Tubes, Aluminum Plate Fins with Intertwined Circuits
1/
1/
1/
1/
Tube Size (in.)
2
2
2
2
Rows ... Fins/in.
6 ... 16
4...17
4 ... 16
4...17
Total Face Area (sq ft)
31.3
31.3
31.3
31.3
EVAPORATOR FAN
Centrifugal Type
Quantity ... Size (in.)
2 ... 20 X 15
2...20 X 15
2 ... 20 X 15
2...20 X 15
Type Drive
Belt
Belt
Belt
Belt
Nominal Cfm
14,000
14,000
16,000
16,000
Motor Hp
15
20
25
15
20
25
15
20
25
15
20
25
Motor Frame Size
254T
256T
284T
254T
256T
284T
254T
256T
284T
254T
256T
284T
Motor Bearing Type
Ball
Ball
Ball
Ball
Maximum Allowable Rpm
1300
1300
1300
1300
Motor Pulley Pitch Diameter (in.)
5.1
5.7
6.2
5.3
5.7
7.5
5.3
5.7
7.5
5.3
5.7
7.5
Nominal Motor Shaft Diameter (in.)
15/8
15/8
17/8
15/8
15/8
17/8
1 5/ 8
15/8
17/8
15/8
15/8
17/8
Fan Pulley Pitch Diameter (in.)
8.7
8.7
8.7
9.5
9.5
11.1
9.5
9.5
11.1
9.5
9.5
11.1
115/16
115/16
Nominal Fan Shaft Diameter (in.)
115/16
115/16
Belt Quantity
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Belt Type
5VX500
5VX530
5VX550
5VX530
5VX550
5VX590
5VX530
5VX550
5VX590
5VX530
5VX550
5VX590
Belt Length (in.)
50
53
55
53
55
59
53
55
59
53
55
59
Pulley Center Line Distance (in.)
15.0-17.9 15.0-17.9 15.0-17.9 15.0-17.9 15.0-17.9 14.6-17.6 15.0-17.9 15.0-17.9 14.6-17.6 15.0-17.9 15.0-17.9 14.6-17.6
Factory Speed Setting (rpm)
1005
1147
1247
976
1050
1182
976
1050
1182
976
1050
1182
FURNACE SECTION
Supply Line Pressure Range
5.0-in. wg min/13.5-in. wg max.
Rollout Switch Cutout
Temp (F)†
225
225
225
225
Burner Orifice Diameter (in ...drill size)
Natural Gas
Std
.111 ... 34
.120...31
.120 ... 31
.120...31
Liquid Propane
Alt
.089 ... 43
.096...41
.096 ... 41
.096...41
Thermostat Heat Anticipator Setting
Stage 1 (amps)
0.24
0.1
0.24
0.1
Stage 2 (amps)
0.13
0.1
0.13
0.1
Gas Input (Btuh) Stage 1
262,500/394,000
300,000/600,000
300,000/600,000
300,000/600,000
(Low Heat/High Heat)
Stage 2
350,000/525,000
400,000/800,000
400,000/800,000
400,000/800,000
(Low Heat/High Heat)
Efficiency (Steady State) (%)
82
82
82
82
Temperature Rise Range
15-45/35-65
10-40/30-60
10-40/3 -60
10-40/30-60
Manifold Pressure (in. wg)
Natural Gas
Std
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.5
Liquid Propane
Alt
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.5
Gas Valve Quantity
2
2
2
2
HIGH-PRESSURE SWITCH (psig)
Cutout
426
426
426
426
Reset (Auto.)
320
320
320
320
MIXED-AIR FILTERS
Quantity ... Size (in.) Standard
10 ... 20 x 24 x 2
10...20 x 24 x 2
10 ... 20 x 24 x 2
10...20 x 24 x 2
Pleated
5 ... 20 x 20 x 4
5...20 x 20 x 4
5 ... 20 x 20 x 4
5...20 x 20 x 4
5 ... 20 x 24 x 4
5...20 x 20 x 4
5 ... 20 x 24 x 4
5...20 x 20 x 4
OUTDOOR-AIR FILTERS
8...16 x 25 x 2
Quantity...Size (in.)
4...20 x 25 x 2
POWER EXHAUST
Direct Drive, Single-Phase Motors (Factory-Wired for High Speed Operation), Forward-Curved Fan Wheels with Backdraft Dampers on Each Fan Housing
Motor, Quantity...Hp
4...1
Fan, Diameter...Width (in.)
11 x 10
Al
Cu
LEGEND
— Aluminum
— Copper
*Sizes 020-040: Circuit 1 uses the lower portion of condenser coil, Circuit 2 uses the upper
portion.
Sizes 041-060: Circuit 1 uses the left condenser coil, Circuit 2 the right. All units have
intertwined evaporator coils.
†Rollout switch is manual reset.
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Table 1 — Physical Data — 48AJ,AK,AW,AY Units (cont)
UNIT 48AJ,AK,AW,AY
050
051
060
NOMINAL CAPACITY (tons)
50
50
60
BASE UNIT
See Operating Weights Table
OPERATING WEIGHT (lb)
COMPRESSOR
2…SM125/1…SM125,
1..SM160,1..SM175/
Quantity ... Type (Ckt 1/Ckt 2)
2…SM125/2…SM125
1…SM175
1..SM160,1..SM175
Number of Refrigerant Circuits
2
2
2
Oil (oz) (Ckt 1, Ckt 2)
Precharged
Precharged
Precharged
REFRIGERANT TYPE
R-22
Operating Charge (lb-oz)
Circuit 1
64-4
98-0
81-0
Circuit 2
58-8
98-0
81-0
CONDENSER COIL*
Internally Enhanced, 3/8″ Copper Tubes, Aluminum Lanced, Aluminum Pre-Coated, or Copper Plate Fins
Quantity
2
2
2
Rows ... Fins/in.
4 ... 15
4…15
4…15
Total Face Area (sq ft)
66.7
100
100
CONDENSER FAN
Propeller Type
Nominal Cfm
25,600
38,400
38,400
Quantity... Diameter (in.)
4 ... 30
6...30
6 ... 30
Motor Hp
1
1
1
EVAPORATOR COIL
Internally Enhanced Copper Tubes, Aluminum Plate Fins with Intertwined Circuits
1/
1/
1/
Tube Size (in.)
2
2
2
Rows ... Fins/in.
6 ... 16
4...17
4 ... 17
Total Face Area (sq ft)
31.3
48.1
48.1
EVAPORATOR FAN
Centrifugal Type
Quantity ... Size (in.)
2 ... 20 X 15
3...20 X 15
3 ... 20 X 15
Type Drive
Belt
Belt
Belt
Nominal Cfm
20,000
20,000
24,000
40
40
40
Motor Hp
20
25
30
20
25
30
25
30
(High Eff.) (Prem. Eff.)
(High Eff.)
Motor Frame Size
256T
284T
286T
256T
284T
286T
324T
324T
284T
286T
324T
Motor Bearing Type
Ball
Ball
Ball
Maximum Allowable Rpm
1300
1200
1200
Motor Pulley Pitch Diameter (in.)
5.7
6.2
6.7
5.9
5.3
5.9
6.5
9.5
5.3
5.9
6.5
Nominal Motor Shaft Diameter (in.)
15/8
17/8
17/8
15/8
17/8
17/8
21/8
21/8
17/8
1 7/ 8
21/8
Fan Pulley Pitch Diameter (in.)
9.5
9.5
9.5
11.1
9.1
9.5
9.5
13.7
9.1
9.5
9.5
115/16
Nominal Fan Shaft Diameter (in.)
115/16
115/16
Belt Quantity
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
2
3
3
3
Belt Type
5VX550
5VX570
5VX570
5VX560
5VX530
5VX550
5VX570
5VX650
5VX530
5VX550
5VX570
Belt Length (in.)
55
57
57
56
53
55
57
65
53
55
57
Pulley Center Line Distance (in.)
15.0-17.9 14.6-17.6 14.6-17.6 15.0-17.9 15.2-17.5 14.7-17.2 14.2-17.0
14.2-17.0
15.2-17.5 14.7-17.2 14.2-17.0
Factory Speed Setting (rpm)
1061
1154
1249
930
1019
1086
1197
1214
1019
1086
1197
FURNACE SECTION
Supply Line Pressure Range
5.0-in. wg min/13.5-in. wg max.
Rollout Switch Cutout
Temp (F)†
225
225
225
Burner Orifice Diameter (in ...drill size)
Natural Gas
Std
.120 ... 31
.120...31
.120 ... 31
Liquid Propane
Alt
.096 ... 41
.096...41
.096 ... 41
Thermostat Heat Anticipator Setting
Stage 1 (amps)
0.24
0.1
0.36
Stage 2 (amps)
0.13
0.1
0.13
Gas Input (Btuh) Stage 1
300,000/600,000
582,000/873,000
582,000/873,000
(Low Heat/High Heat)
Stage 2
400,000/800,000
776,000/1,164,000
776,000/1,164,000
(Low Heat/High Heat)
Efficiency (Steady State) (%)
82
82
82
Temperature Rise Range
10-40/30-60
10-40/30-60
10-40/30-60
Manifold Pressure (in. wg)
Natural Gas
Std
3.5
3.3
3.3
Liquid Propane
Alt
3.5
3.3
3.3
Gas Valve Quantity
2
3
3
HIGH-PRESSURE SWITCH (psig)
Cutout
426
426
426
Reset (Auto.)
320
320
320
MIXED-AIR FILTERS
Quantity ... Size (in.) Standard
10 ... 20 x 24 x 2
16...20 x 24 x 2
16 ... 20 x 24 x 2
Pleated
5 ... 20 x 20 x 4
8...20 x 20 x 4
8 ... 20 x 20 x 4
5 ... 20 x 24 x 4
8...20 x 24 x 4
8 ... 20 x 24 x 4
OUTDOOR-AIR FILTERS
8...16 x 25 x 2
12...16 x 25 x 2
Quantity...Size (in.)
4...20 x 25 x 2
6...20 x 25 x 2
POWER EXHAUST
Motor, Quantity...Hp
Fan, Diameter...Width (in.)
Al
Cu
40
(Prem. Eff.)
324T
9.5
21/8
13.7
2
5VX650
65
14.2-17.0
1214
Direct Drive, Single-Phase Motors (Factory-Wired for High Speed Operation), Forward-Curved Fan Wheels with Backdraft Dampers on Each Fan Housing
4...1
6...1
11 x 10
11 x 10
LEGEND
— Aluminum
— Copper
*Sizes 020-040: Circuit 1 uses the lower portion of condenser coil, Circuit 2 uses the upper
portion.
Sizes 041-060: Circuit 1 uses the left condenser coil, Circuit 2 the right. All units have
intertwined evaporator coils.
†Rollout switch is manual reset.
15
16
CENTER
OF
GRAVITY
B
A
C
2090
2131
2167
2125
2149
2185
2123
2164
2200
2158
2182
2218
2210
2251
2287
2246
2269
2306
2278
2319
2356
2314
2337
2374
2372
2465
2537
2459
2483
2556
2544
2637
2710
2632
2655
2728
2617
2710
2782
2704
2728
2801
2669
2762
2835
2757
2781
2853
2875
2968
3040
2962
2986
3059
3876
3935
4043
3973
3953
4066
3950
4009
4118
4047
4027
4140
KG
WEIGHT
4607
4697
4777
4685
4737
4817
4680
4770
4850
4758
4810
4890
4873
4963
5043
4951
5003
5083
5023
5113
5193
5101
5153
5233
5229
5434
5594
5422
5474
5634
5609
5814
5974
5802
5854
6014
5769
5974
6134
5962
6014
6174
5885
6090
6250
6078
6130
6290
6338
6543
6703
6531
6583
6743
8544
8674
8914
8759
8714
8964
8708
8838
9078
8923
8878
9128
LB
Fig. 11 — Rigging Information
50AJ/AK020
48AJ/AKD020
48AJ/AKE020
50AW/AY020
48AW/AYD020
48AW/AYE020
50AJ/AK025
48AJ/AKD025
48AJ/AKE025
50AW/AY025
48AW/AYD025
48AW/AYE025
50AJ/AK027
48AJ/AKD027
48AJ/AKE027
50AW/AY027
48AW/AYD027
48AW/AYE027
50AJ/AK030
48AJ/AKD030
48AJ/AKE030
50AW/AY030
48AW/AYD030
48AW/AYE030
50AJ/AK035
48AJ/AKD035
48AJ/AKE035
50AW/AY035
48AW/AYD035
48AW/AYE035
50AJ/AK036
48AJ/AKD036
48AJ/AKE036
50AW/AY036
48AW/AYD036
48AW/AYE036
50AJ/AK040
48AJ/AKD040
48AJ/AKE040
50AW/AY040
48AW/AYD040
48AW/AYE040
50AJ/AK041
48AJ/AKD041
48AJ/AKE041
50AW/AY041
48AW/AYD041
48AW/AYE041
50AJ/AK050
48AJ/AKD050
48AJ/AKE050
50AW/AY050
48AW/AYD050
48AW/AYE050
50AJ/AK051
48AJ/AKD051
48AJ/AKE051
50AW/AY051
48AW/AYD051
48AW/AYE051
50AJ/AK060
48AJ/AKD060
48AJ/AKE060
50AW/AY060
48AW/AYD060
48AW/AYE060
UNIT
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
87.7
161.7
161.7
161.7
161.7
161.7
161.7
161.7
161.7
161.7
161.7
161.7
161.7
INCHES
A
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
2227
4106
4106
4106
4106
4106
4106
4106
4106
4106
4106
4106
4106
MM
70.9
71.9
72.8
70.9
71.9
72.8
68.0
69.1
69.6
68.0
69.1
69.6
68.0
69.1
69.6
68.0
69.1
69.6
68.0
69.1
69.6
68.0
69.1
69.6
68.3
69.4
70.0
68.3
69.4
70.0
93.4
94.8
96.3
93.3
94.8
96.3
90.8
92.3
93.8
90.8
92.3
93.8
89.0
90.5
92.1
89.1
90.6
92.1
89.2
90.7
92.2
89.2
90.7
92.2
126.0
133.2
140.2
125.9
133.2
140.2
123.6
130.7
137.7
123.6
130.7
137.7
INCHES
B
1801
1826
1849
1801
1826
1849
1727
1755
1768
1727
1755
1768
1727
1755
1768
1727
1755
1768
1727
1755
1768
1727
1755
1768
1735
1763
1778
1735
1763
1778
2372
2409
2446
2370
2408
2446
2306
2344
2383
2306
2344
2383
2261
2300
2338
2262
2300
2339
2266
2304
2342
2266
2304
2342
3200
3383
3562
3198
3382
3562
3139
3320
3498
3139
3320
3498
MM
NOTE: Rig with four cables and spread with two 92 inch (2337 MM) spreader bars.
Maintain a distance of 74 inches (1880 MM) from top of unit to eyehook.
ALL PANELS MUST BE IN PLACE WHEN RIGGING.
CAUTION - NOTICE TO RIGGERS:
NOTE:
Add 312 lb (142 kg) for export crating. (020-035 units)
Add 346 lb (157 kg) for export crating. (036-050 units)
Add 588 lb (266 kg) for export crating. (051 and 060 units)
Add 220 lb (100 kg) for copper condenser coil. (020-035 units)
Add 380 lb (172 kg) for copper condenser coil. (036-050 units)
Add 651 lb (295 kg) for copper condenser coil. (051 and 060 units)
a48-8246
42.0
42.5
41.0
42.0
42.5
41.0
43.9
44.3
44.6
43.9
44.3
44.6
43.9
44.3
44.6
43.9
44.3
44.6
43.6
44.0
44.3
43.6
44.0
44.3
46.5
46.9
47.2
46.5
46.9
47.2
45.3
45.8
46.1
45.4
45.8
46.1
46.5
46.9
47.2
46.5
46.9
47.2
45.6
46.0
46.3
45.6
46.0
46.3
46.1
46.5
46.8
46.1
46.5
46.8
44.6
46.6
48.7
44.6
46.6
48.7
44.6
46.6
48.6
44.6
46.6
48.6
INCHES
C
MM
1067
1080
1041
1067
1080
1041
1115
1125
1133
1115
1125
1133
1115
1125
1133
1115
1125
1133
1107
1118
1125
1107
1118
1125
1181
1191
1199
1181
1191
1199
1152
1163
1172
1153
1163
1172
1181
1191
1199
1181
1191
1199
1158
1169
1177
1159
1169
1177
1171
1181
1189
1171
1181
1189
1133
1185
1237
1133
1185
1237
1133
1184
1234
1133
1184
1234
Table 2 — Unit Operating Weights
UNIT
48AJ/AK Low Heat
48AJ/AK High Heat
48AW/AY Low Heat
48AW/AY High Heat
020
3842
3922
3882
3962
025
3915
3995
3955
4035
027
4032
4112
4072
4152
030
4182
4262
4222
4302
BASE UNIT WEIGHTS — lb
035
036
040
4435
4815
4975
4595
4975
5135
4475
4855
5015
4635
5015
5175
041
5091
5251
5131
5291
050
5446
5606
5486
5646
051
7224
7464
7264
7514
060
7388
7628
7428
7678
Table 3 — Option and Accessory Weights
OPTION/
ACCESSORY
Barometric Relief
Power Exhaust
Mod. Power Exhaust
Cu Tubing/Cu Fin Condenser Coil
Outdoor Air Hood Crate and Packaging
(Less Hoods' Weight)
Outdoor Air Hoods/Filters
Hail Guard
Roof Curb (14-in.)
OPTION/ACCESSORY WEIGHTS — lb
025
027
030
035
036
040
041
050
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
450
450
450
450
450
450
450
450
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
220
220
220
285
380
285
380
380
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
(Packaging Only)
(Packaging Only)
170
170
170
170
170
170
170
170
170
73
73
73
73
73
146
146
146
146
365
365
365
365
410
410
410
410
410
020
300
450
500
220
45
MOTOR
HP
5
10
15
20
25
30
40
060
450
675
725
651
45
255
219
540
255
219
585
Table 5 — Variable Volume Fan Motor Weights
Table 4 — Constant Volume Fan Motor Weights
CV MOTOR WEIGHTS — lb
HIGH
UNIT
EFFICIENCY
VOLTAGE
IFM
230/460
78
575
78
230/460
118
575
118
230/460
150
575
150
230/460
212
575
212
230/460
240
575
240
230/460
283
575
283
230/460
372
575
372
051
450
675
725
651
45
PREMIUM
EFFICIENCY
IFM
94
92
164
156
217
220
250
258
309
319
355
359
415
410
MOTOR
HP
5
10
15
20
25
30
40
VAV MOTOR WEIGHTS — lb
HIGH
UNIT
EFFICIENCY
VOLTAGE
IFM
230/460
125
575
163
230/460
204
575
204
230/460
238
575
240
230/460
348
575
304
230/460
377
575
375
230/460
480
575
418
230/460
637
575
587
PREMIUM
EFFICIENCY
IFM
141
177
250
242
305
310
386
350
446
454
552
494
680
625
LEGEND AND NOTES FOR TABLES 2-5
Cu
CV
FIOP
HP
IFM
VAV
VFD
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Copper
Constant Volume
Factory-Installed Option
Horsepower
Indoor Fan Motor
Variable Air Volume
Variable Frequency Drive
NOTES:
1. Base unit weight includes outdoor-air hoods. Base unit weight
does NOT include indoor-fan motor. ADD indoor-fan motor,
FIOPs, and accessories for TOTAL operating weight.
2. The VAV motor weights include indoor fan motor and the VFD
(variable frequency drive), VFD transducers, and associated
wiring.
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Table 6 — Evaporator Fan Motor Data
UNIT
SIZE
48AJ,AK,
AW,AY
020
025
027
030
035
036
040
041
050
051
060
MOTOR
HP
MOTOR
SHAFT DIA.
(in.)
FAN
SHAFT
SPEED
(rpm)
MOTOR
SHEAVE
(P/N)
5
10
15
5
10
15
10
15
20
10
15
20
15
20
25
15
20
25
15
20
25
15
20
25
20
25
30
20
25
30
40 High
40 Prem.
25
30
40 High
40 Prem.
1.125
1.375
1.625
1.125
1.375
1.625
1.375
1.625
1.625
1.375
1.625
1.625
1.625
1.625
1.875
1.625
1.625
1.875
1.625
1.625
1.875
1.625
1.625
1.875
1.625
1.875
1.875
1.625
1.875
1.875
2.125
2.125
1.875
1.875
2.125
2.125
677
895
1096
677
962
1106
819
1096
1187
884
1096
1187
1005
1147
1247
976
1050
1182
976
1050
1182
976
1050
1182
1061
1154
1247
930
1019
1086
1197
1214
1019
1086
1197
1214
BK55
2BK50
2B5V56
BK55
1B5V60
2B5V54
2BK50
2B5V56
2B5V58
2BK50
2B5V56
2B5V58
2B5V50
2B5V56
2B5V62
2B5V52
2B5V56
2B5V74
2B5V52
2B5V56
2B5V74
2B5V52
2B5V56
2B5V74
2B5V56
2B5V62
2B5V66
2B5V58
3B5V52
3B5V58
3B5V64
2B5V94
3B5V52
3B5V58
3B5V64
2B5V94
MOTOR
SHEAVE
PITCH
DIAMETER
(in.)
4.8
4.4
5.7
4.8
6.1
5.5
4.4
5.7
5.9
4.4
5.7
5.9
5.1
5.7
6.2
5.3
5.7
7.5
5.3
5.7
7.5
5.3
5.7
7.5
5.7
6.2
6.7
5.9
5.3
5.9
6.5
9.5
5.3
5.9
6.5
9.5
BUSHING
DIAMETER
(in.)
FAN
SHEAVE
(P/N)
NONE - 1.125
NONE - 1.375
B - 1.625
NONE - 1.125
H - 1.375
B - 1.625
NONE - 1.375
B - 1.625
B - 1.625
H - 1.375
B - 1.625
B - 1.625
B - 1.625
B - 1.625
B - 1.875
B - 1.625
B - 1.625
B - 1.875
B - 1.625
B - 1.625
B - 1.875
B - 1.625
B - 1.625
B - 1.875
B - 1.625
B - 1.875
B - 1.875
B - 1.625
B - 1.875
B - 1.875
B - 2.125
B - 2.125
B - 1.875
B - 1.875
B - 2.125
B - 2.125
1B5V124
2B5V86
2B5V90
1B5V124
1B5V110
2B5V86
2B5V94
2B5V90
2B5V86
2B5V94
2B5V90
2B5V86
2B5V86
2B5V86
2B5V86
2B5V94
2B5V94
2B5V110
2B5V94
2B5V94
2B5V110
2B5V94
2B5V94
2B5V110
2B5V94
2B5V94
2B5V94
2B5V110
3B5V90
3B5V94
3B5V94
2B5V136
3B5V90
3B5V94
3B5V94
2B5V136
FAN
SHEAVE
PITCH
DIAMETER
(in.)
12.4
8.6
9.1
12.4
11.1
8.7
9.4
9.1
8.7
9.5
9.1
8.7
8.7
8.7
8.7
9.5
9.5
11.1
9.5
9.5
11.1
9.5
9.5
11.1
9.5
9.5
9.5
11.1
9.1
9.5
9.5
13.7
9.1
9.5
9.5
13.7
BUSHING
DIAMETER
(in.)
BELT
(Quantity)
(P/N)
BELT
TENSION
(lb at .25 in.)
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
B - 1.9375
BX56
BX50
(2) 5VX530
BX56
5VX570
(2) 5VX530
(2) BX50
(2) 5VX530
(2) 5VX530
(2) BX50
(2) 5VX530
(2) 5VX530
(2) 5VX500
(2) 5VX530
(2) 5VX530
(2) 5VX530
(2) 5VX550
(2) 5VX590
(2) 5VX530
(2) 5VX550
(2) 5VX590
(2) 5VX530
(2) 5VX550
(2) 5VX590
(2) 5VX550
(2) 5VX570
(2) 5VX570
(2) 5VX560
(3) 5VX530
(3) 5VX550
(3) 5VX570
(2) 5VX650
(3) 5VX530
(3) 5VX550
(3) 5VX570
(2) 5VX650
8
8
9
8
11
9
8
10
11
8
9
11
9
10
11
10
11
11
10
11
11
10
11
11
10
11
13
11
12
12
14
15
12
12
14
15
NOTES:
1. Motor shaft speed is 1750 rpm. The fan shaft diameter is 115/16 inches.
2. All indoor fan motors meet the minimum efficiency requirements
as established by the Energy Policy Act of 1992 (EPACT), effective
October 24, 1997.
a48-8241
a48-8242
Fig. 12 — Air Distribution — Thru-the-Bottom
Fig. 13 — Air Distribution — Thru-the-Side
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Step 5 — Install Flue Hood
48AJ,AK,AW,AY020-050 UNITS — Flue hood is shipped
inside gas section of unit. To install, secure flue hood to access
panel. See Fig. 14.
48AJ,AK,AW,AY051 AND 060 UNITS — Flue hood and
wind baffle are shipped inside gas section of unit. To install, secure flue hood to access panel. Install the two pieces of the
wind baffle over the flue hood. See Fig. 15.
NOTE: When properly installed, flue hood will line up with
combustion fan housing. See Fig. 16.
a48-3823
Fig. 16 — Combustion Fan Housing Location
(48AJ,AK,AW,AY020-050 Shown)
Step 6 — Trap Condensate Drain — See Fig. 4-9
for drain location. Condensate drain is open to atmosphere and
must be trapped. Install a trapped drain at the drain location.
One 1-in. FPT coupling is provided inside the unit evaporator
section for condensate drain connection. A trap at least 4-in.
deep must be used. See Fig. 17. Trap must be installed to prevent freeze-up.
Condensate pans are sloped so that water will completely
drain from the condensate pan to comply with indoor air quality guidelines. The condensate drain pans are not insulated.
a48-3712
Fig. 14 — Flue Hood Location
(48AJ,AK,AW,AY020-050 Units)
a48-3714
GAS SECTION
ACCESS PANEL
Fig. 17 — Condensate Drain Trap Piping Details
(Typical Roof Curb or Slab Mount Shown)
FLUE HOOD
Step 7 — Install Gas Piping — Unit is equipped for
WIND
BAFFLE
TOP VIEW
use with natural gas. Installation must conform with local
building codes or, in the absence of local codes, with the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1.
Install manual gas shutoff valve with a 1/8-in. NPT pressure
tap for test gage connection at unit. Field gas piping must include sediment trap and union. See Fig. 18. An 1/8-in. NPT is
also located on the gas manifold adjacent to the gas valve.
SIDE VIEW
a48-4076
WARNING
Fig. 15 — Flue Hood Location
(48AJ,AK,AW,AY051 and 060 Units)
Do not pressure test gas supply while connected to unit.
Always disconnect union before servicing. Serious injury
could result.
19
local codes) in branch circuit wiring remote from unit. Observe
requirements of NEC Article 440. Install service switch
upstream of remote fuses if required.
The main power terminal block is suitable for use with
aluminum or copper wire. See Fig. 19. Units have circuit
breakers for compressors, fan motors, and control circuit. The
unit must be electrically grounded in accordance with local
codes, or in absence of local codes, with NEC, ANSI C1-latest
year.
FIELD POWER SUPPLY — Unit is factory wired for voltage shown on unit nameplate. See Tables 8A and 8B for electrical data.
Field wiring can be brought into the unit from bottom
(through basepan and roof curb) or through side of unit (corner
post next to control box).
A 31/2-in. NPT coupling for field power wiring and a 3/4-in.
NPT coupling for 24-v control wiring are provided in basepan.
In the side post, there are two 21/2-in. (48A020-035) or 3-in.
(48A036-060) knockouts for the field power wiring. See
Fig. 4-9. If control wiring is to be brought in through the side of
unit, a 7/8-in. diameter hole is provided in the condenser side
post next to the control box.
Do not route control wiring in the same conduit as power
wiring.
If disconnect box is mounted to corner post, be careful not
to drill or screw into the condenser coil.
a48-2524
Fig. 18 — Field Gas Piping
IMPORTANT: Natural gas pressure at unit gas connection
must not be less than 5 in. wg or greater than 13.5 in. wg.
Size gas-supply piping for 0.5-in. wg maximum pressure
drop. Do not use supply pipe smaller than unit gas connection.
OPTIONAL STAGED GAS UNITS — See Table 7 for staged
gas information. Staging pattern is selected during controls
start-up.
For complete information and service instructions for
Staged Gas Control Units, see Control Operation and Troubleshooting literature.
TB1
FIELD SUPPLIED
DISCONNECT PER NEC
FIELD
Table 7 — 48A Series Staged Gas Control
NUMBER OF
STAGES
HEAT SIZE
SUPPLY
11
21
12
22
13
23
Low
EQUIP GND
5 stages
FIELD-INSTALLED DISCONNECT
OPTIONAL
FACTORY-INSTALLED
DISCONNECT
High
7 stages
High
9 stages
11 stages
High
Low
FIELD POWER WIRING
MODEL NUMBER POSITION
5
6,7,8
020
025
027
030
S
035
036
040
041
050
035
036
T
040
041
050
020
025
T
027
030
T
051,060
S
051,060
POWER
Step 8 — Make Electrical Connections
POWER WIRING — Units are factory wired for the voltage
shown on the unit nameplate.
Provide a unit safety disconnect switch in the main power
supply to each unit (see Fig. 19). Select switch size and mounting location in accordance with applicable local codes or
National Electrical Code (NEC). If combining the functions of
safety disconnect with maximum overcurrent protection
(MOCP) fuses (“fused disconnect”), coordinate safety switch
size with MOCP size data as marked on unit informative plate.
Unit may be equipped with optional factory-installed nonfused disconnect switch (see Fig. 19). Provide maximum
overcurrent protection devices (fuses or HACR breakers, per
11
21
12
22
13
23
GND
FACTORY-INSTALLED DISCONNECT
a48-6977
LEGEND
GND — Ground
NEC — National Electrical Code
TB
— Terminal Block
Fig. 19 — Field Power Wiring Connections
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Table 8A — Electrical Data — 48AJ,AK,AW,AY Units without Convenience Outlet
COMPRESSOR
VOLTAGE
CONDENSER EVAPORATOR POWER
UNIT
RANGE Cir A, No. 1 Cir A, No. 2 Cir B, No. 1 Cir B, No. 2 FAN MOTOR
FAN MOTOR EXHAUST POWER SUPPLY
SIZE VOLTAGE
3
PH,
60
Hz
48A
Min Max RLA LRA RLA LRA RLA LRA RLA LRA Qty
FLA
Hp
FLA
FLA (total) MCA
MOCP*
—
104.5
125
5
16.7
23.6
128.1
150
6.5
—
120.5
150
208
187 229
23
184
23
184
23
184
—
—
2
10
30.8
(ea)
23.6
144.1
150
—
139.8
175
15
46.2
23.6
163.4
200
—
103.2
125
5
15.2
23.6
126.8
150
6.6
—
117.2
125
230
207 253
23
184
23
184
23
184
—
—
2
10
28.0
(ea)
23.6
140.8
150
—
134.7
175
15
42.0
23.6
158.3
200
020
—
47.4
50
5
7.6
12.6
60.0
70
3.3
—
54.7
60
460
414 508 10.2
90 10.2
90 10.2
90
—
—
2
10
14.0
(ea)
12.6
67.3
80
—
63.5
80
15
21.0
12.6
76.1
90
—
40.6
50
5
6.1
9.6
50.2
60
2.6
—
46.0
50
575
518 632
9
73
9
73
9
73
—
—
2
10
11.0
(ea)
9.6
55.6
60
—
53.5
70
15
17.0
9.6
63.1
80
—
109.1
125
5
16.7
23.6
132.7
150
6.5
—
124.5
150
208
187 229 21.8 184 25.6 190 25.6 190
—
—
2
10
30.8
(ea)
23.6
148.1
175
—
143.8
175
15
46.2
23.6
167.4
200
—
107.8
125
5
15.2
23.6
131.4
150
6.6
—
121.2
125
230
207 253 21.8 184 25.6 190 25.6 190
—
—
2
10
28.0
(ea)
23.6
144.8
150
—
138.7
175
15
42.0
23.6
162.3
200
025
—
55.6
60
5
7.6
12.6
68.2
80
3.3
—
62.1
70
460
414 508
11
90 13.5
95 13.5
95
—
—
2
10
14.0
(ea)
12.6
74.7
80
—
70.9
90
15
21.0
12.6
83.5
100
—
43.3
50
5
6.1
9.6
52.9
60
2.6
—
48.4
50
575
518 632
9
73 10.2
75 10.2
75
—
—
2
10
11.0
(ea)
9.6
58.0
60
—
55.9
70
15
17.0
9.6
65.5
80
—
128.3
150
10
30.8
23.6
151.9
175
6.5
—
147.6
175
208
187 229 25.6 190 25.6 190 25.6 190
—
—
2
15
46.2
(ea)
23.6
171.2
200
—
164.1
200
20
59.4
23.6
187.7
225
—
125.0
150
10
28.0
23.6
148.6
175
6.6
—
142.5
175
230
207 253 25.6 190 25.6 190 25.6 190
—
—
2
15
42.0
(ea)
23.6
166.1
200
—
157.5
200
20
54.0
23.6
181.1
225
027
—
64.6
70
10
14.0
12.6
77.2
90
3.3
—
73.4
90
460
414 508 13.5
95 13.5
95 13.5
95
—
—
2
15
21.0
(ea)
12.6
86.0
100
—
80.9
100
20
27.0
12.6
93.5
110
—
49.6
60
10
11.0
12.6
62.6
70
2.6
—
57.1
70
575
518 632 10.2
75 10.2
75 10.2
75
—
—
2
15
17.0
(ea)
12.6
69.7
80
—
63.3
80
20
22.0
12.6
75.9
90
See Legend and Notes on page 24.
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Table 8A — Electrical Data — 48AJ,AK,AW,AY Units without Convenience Outlet (cont)
COMPRESSOR
CONDENSER EVAPORATOR POWER POWER SUPPLY
UNIT VOLTAGE VOLTAGE
FAN MOTOR EXHAUST
SIZE 3 PH, 60 Hz RANGE Cir A, No. 1 Cir A, No. 2 Cir B, No. 1 Cir B, No. 2 FAN MOTOR
48A
Min Max RLA LRA RLA LRA RLA LRA RLA LRA Qty
FLA
Hp
FLA
FLA (total) MCA
MOCP*
—
141.1
150
10
30.8
23.6
164.7
175
6.5
—
160.4
200
208
187 229
23
184
23
184 21.8 184 21.8 184
2
15
46.2
(ea)
23.6
184.0
225
—
176.9
225
20
59.4
23.6
200.5
250
—
137.8
150
10
28.0
23.6
161.4
175
6.6
—
155.3
175
230
207 253
23
184
23
184 21.8 184 21.8 184
2
15
42.0
(ea)
23.6
178.9
200
—
170.5
200
20
54.0
23.6
193.9
225
030
—
66.5
80
10
14.0
12.6
79.1
90
3.3
—
75.3
90
460
414 508 10.2
90 10.2
90
11
90
11
90
2
15
21.0
(ea)
12.6
87.9
100
—
82.8
100
20
27.0
12.6
95.4
110
—
55.0
60
10
11.0
12.6
68.0
80
2.6
—
62.5
70
575
518 632
9
73
9
73
9
73
9
73
2
15
17.0
(ea)
12.6
75.1
90
—
68.7
90
20
22.0
12.6
81.3
100
—
169.4
200
15
46.2
23.6
193.6
225
—
185.9
225
6.5
20
59.4
208
187 229 21.8 184 25.6 190 25.6 190 25.6 190
2
23.6
209.5
250
(ea)
—
205.1
250
25
74.8
23.6
228.7
300
—
164.3
200
15
42.0
23.6
187.9
225
—
179.3
225
6.6
20
54.0
230
207 253 21.8 184 25.6 190 25.6 190 25.6 190
2
23.6
202.9
250
(ea)
—
196.8
250
25
68.0
23.6
220.4
250
035
—
84.4
100
15
21.0
12.6
97.0
110
3.3
—
91.9
110
460
414 508
11
90 13.5
95 13.5
95 13.5
95
2
20
27.0
12.6
104.5
125
(ea)
—
100.6
125
25
34.0
12.6
113.2
125
—
66.1
80
15
17.0
12.6
78.7
90
2.6
—
72.3
90
575
518 632
9
73 10.2
75 10.2
75 10.2
75
2
20
22.0
(ea)
12.6
84.9
100
—
78.6
100
25
27.0
12.6
91.2
110
—
182.4
225
15
46.2
23.6
206.0
250
6.5
—
198.9
250
208
187 229 21.8 184 25.6 190 25.6 190 25.6 190
4
20
59.4
(ea)
23.6
222.5
250
—
218.1
250
25
74.8
23.6
241.7
300
—
177.5
200
15
42.0
23.6
201.1
225
6.6
—
192.5
225
230
207 253 21.8 184 25.6 190 25.6 190 25.6 190
4
20
54.0
(ea)
23.6
216.1
250
—
210.0
250
25
68.0
23.6
233.6
300
036
—
91.0
110
15
21.0
12.6
103.6
110
3.3
—
98.5
125
460
414 508
11
90 13.5
95 13.5
95 13.5
95
4
20
27.0
(ea)
12.6
111.1
125
—
107.2
125
25
34.0
12.6
119.8
150
—
71.3
80
15
17.0
9.6
80.9
90
2.6
—
77.5
90
575
518 632
9
73 10.2
75 10.2
75 10.2
75
4
20
22.0
(ea)
9.6
87.1
100
—
83.8
110
25
27.0
9.6
93.4
110
See Legend and Notes on page 24.
22
Table 8A — Electrical Data — 48AJ,AK,AW,AY Units without Convenience Outlet (cont)
COMPRESSOR
VOLTAGE
CONDENSER EVAPORATOR POWER
UNIT
RANGE Cir A, No. 1 Cir A, No. 2 Cir B, No. 1 Cir B, No. 2 FAN MOTOR
FAN MOTOR EXHAUST POWER SUPPLY
SIZE VOLTAGE
3
PH,
60
Hz
48A
Min Max RLA LRA RLA LRA RLA LRA RLA LRA Qty
FLA
Hp
FLA
FLA (total) MCA
MOCP*
—
203.6
225
15
46.2
23.6
227.2
250
6.5
—
220.1
250
208
187 229 25.6 190 25.6 190 34.3 265 34.3 265
4
20
59.4
(ea)
23.6
243.7
300
—
239.3
300
25
74.8
23.6
262.4
300
—
198.7
225
15
42.0
23.6
222.3
250
6.6
—
213.7
250
230
207 253 25.6 190 25.6 190 34.3 265 34.3 265
4
20
54.0
(ea)
23.6
237.3
250
—
231.2
250
25
68.0
23.6
254.8
300
040
—
98.5
110
15
21.0
12.6
111.1
125
3.3
—
106.0
125
460
414 508 13.5
95 13.5
95
16
120
16
120
4
20
27.0
(ea)
12.6
118.6
125
—
114.7
125
25
34.0
12.6
127.3
150
—
77.9
90
15
17.0
12.6
90.5
100
2.6
—
84.1
100
575
518 632 10.2
75 10.2
75 12.9
80 12.9
80
4
20
22.0
(ea)
12.6
96.7
110
—
90.4
110
25
27.0
12.6
103.0
125
—
203.6
225
15
46.2
23.6
227.2
250
6.5
—
220.1
250
208
187 229 25.6 190 25.6 190 34.3 265 34.3 265
4
20
59.4
(ea)
23.6
243.7
300
—
239.3
300
25
74.8
23.6
262.9
300
—
198.7
225
15
42.0
23.6
222.3
250
6.6
—
213.7
250
230
207 253 25.6 190 25.6 190 34.3 265 34.3 265
4
20
54.0
(ea)
23.6
237.3
250
—
231.2
250
25
68.0
23.6
254.8
300
041
—
98.5
110
15
21.0
12.6
111.1
125
3.3
—
106.0
125
460
414 508 13.5
95 13.5
95
16
120
16
120
4
20
27.0
(ea)
12.6
118.6
125
—
114.7
125
25
34.0
12.6
127.3
150
—
77.9
90
15
17.0
9.6
87.5
100
2.6
—
84.1
100
575
518 632 10.2
75 10.2
75 12.9
80 12.9
80
4
20
22.0
(ea)
9.6
93.7
110
—
90.4
110
25
27.0
9.6
100.0
125
—
250.2
300
20
59.4
23.6
273.8
300
6.5
—
269.4
300
208
187 229 34.3 265 34.3 265 34.3 265
47
380
4
25
74.8
(ea)
23.6
293.0
350
—
285.9
350
30
88.0
23.6
309.5
350
—
243.8
250
20
54.0
23.6
267.4
300
6.6
—
261.3
300
230
207 253 34.3 265 34.3 265 34.3 265
47
380
4
25
68.0
(ea)
23.6
284.9
300
—
276.3
350
30
80.0
23.6
299.9
350
050
—
117.4
125
20
27.0
12.6
130.0
150
3.3
—
126.1
150
25
34.0
460
414 508
16
120
16
120
16
120 22.4 175
4
(ea)
12.6
138.7
150
—
133.6
150
30
40.0
12.6
146.2
175
—
95.2
110
20
22.0
12.6
107.8
125
2.6
—
101.5
125
575
518 632 12.9
80 12.9
80 12.9
80 18.6 140
4
25
27.0
(ea)
12.6
114.1
125
—
107.7
125
30
32.0
12.6
120.3
150
See Legend and Notes on page 24.
23
Table 8A — Electrical Data — 48AJ,AK,AW,AY Units without Convenience Outlet (cont)
COMPRESSOR
CONDENSER EVAPORATOR POWER POWER SUPPLY
UNIT VOLTAGE VOLTAGE
FAN MOTOR EXHAUST
SIZE 3 PH, 60 Hz RANGE Cir A, No. 1 Cir A, No. 2 Cir B, No. 1 Cir B, No. 2 FAN MOTOR
48A
Min Max RLA LRA RLA LRA RLA LRA RLA LRA Qty
FLA
Hp
FLA
FLA (total) MCA
MOCP*
—
250.5
300
20
59.4
35.4
285.9
300
—
269.7
300
25
74.8
35.4
305.1
350
6.5
208
187 229 34.3 265 34.3 265 34.3 265 34.3 265
6
(ea)
—
286.2
350
30
88
35.4
321.6
400
—
318.7
400
40
114
35.4
354.1
450
—
244.3
250
20
54
35.4
279.7
300
—
261.8
300
25
68
35.4
297.2
350
6.6
230
207 253 34.3 265 34.3 265 34.3 265 34.3 265
6
(ea)
—
276.8
350
30
80
35.4
312.2
350
—
306.8
400
40
104
35.4
342.2
400
051
—
117.6
125
20
27
18.9
136.5
150
—
126.3
150
25
34
18.9
145.2
175
3.3
460
414 508
16
120
16
120
16
120
16
120
6
(ea)
—
133.8
150
30
40
18.9
152.7
175
—
148.8
200
40
52
18.9
167.7
200
—
94.7
110
20
22
14.4
109.1
125
—
101.0
125
25
27
14.4
115.4
125
2.6
575
518 632 12.9
80 12.9
80 12.9
80 12.9
80
6
(ea)
—
107.2
125
30
32
14.4
121.6
150
—
118.5
150
40
41
14.4
132.9
150
—
308.1
350
25
75.0
35.4
343.5
400
6.5
—
324.6
400
208
187 229 40.8 265
47 380 40.8 265
47 380
6
30
88.0
(ea)
35.4
360.0
400
—
357.1
450
40
114.0
35.4
392.5
450
—
300.2
350
25
68.0
35.4
335.6
350
6.6
—
315.2
350
230
207 253 40.8 265
47 380 40.8 265
47 380
6
30
80.0
(ea)
35.4
350.6
400
—
345.2
400
40
104.0
35.4
380.6
450
060
—
147.5
175
25
34.0
18.9
166.4
175
3.3
—
155.0
175
460
414 508 20.2 135 22.4 175 20.2 135 22.4 175
6
30
40.0
(ea)
18.9
173.9
200
—
170.0
200
40
52.0
18.9
188.9
225
—
119.8
125
25
27.0
18.9
138.7
150
2.6
—
126.0
150
575
518 632 16.6 120 18.6 140 16.6 120 18.6 140
6
30
32.0
(ea)
18.9
144.9
175
—
137.3
175
40
41.0
18.9
156.2
175
LEGEND
FLA
— Full Load Amps
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection
NEC — National Electrical Code
RLA — Rated Load Amps
*Fuse or HACR circuit breaker per NEC.
NOTES:
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination
load equipment (refer to NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent
protective device for the unit shall be fuse or HACR breaker. The
Canadian units may be fuse or circuit breaker.
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is
greater than 2%. Use the following formula to determine the percent
of voltage imbalance.
% Voltage imbalance
max voltage deviation from average voltage
= 100 x
average voltage
Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60.
AB = 452 v
BC = 464 v
AC = 455 v
452 + 464 + 455
3
1371
=
3
= 457
Determine maximum deviation from average voltage.
(AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v
(BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v
(AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v
Maximum deviation is 7 v.
Determine percent of voltage imbalance.
7
% Voltage Imbalance = 100 x 457
= 1.53%
This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum allowable 2%.
Average Voltage =
IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than
2%, contact your local electric utility company immediately.
24
Table 8B — Electrical Data — 48AJ,AK,AW,AY Units with Convenience Outlet
COMPRESSOR
VOLTAGE
CONDENSER EVAPORATOR POWER CONVENIENCE
POWER SUPPLY
UNIT
OUTLET
VOLTAGE RANGE Cir A, No. 1 Cir A, No. 2 Cir B, No. 1 Cir B, No. 2 FAN MOTOR FAN MOTOR EXHAUST
SIZE
3
PH,
60
Hz
Fuse or
48A
Min Max RLA LRA RLA LRA RLA LRA RLA LRA Qty
FLA
Hp
FLA FLA (total)
FLA
MCA
HACR Brkr*
—
7.0
111.5
125
5
16.7
23.6
7.0
135.2
150
6.5
—
7.0
127.5
150
208
187 229 23
184
23
184
23
184
—
—
2
10
30.8
(ea)
23.6
7.0
151.1
175
—
7.0
146.8
175
15
46.2
23.6
7.0
170.4
200
—
7.0
110.2
125
5
15.2
23.6
7.0
133.9
150
6.6
—
7.0
124.2
150
230
207 253 23
184
23
184
23
184
—
—
2
10
28.0
(ea)
23.6
7.0
147.8
175
—
7.0
141.7
175
15
42.0
23.6
7.0
165.3
200
020
—
3.5
50.9
60
5
7.6
12.6
3.5
64.1
70
3.3
—
3.5
58.2
70
460
414 508 10.2
90 10.2
90 10.2
90
—
—
2
10
14.0
(ea)
12.6
3.5
70.8
80
—
3.5
67.0
80
15
21.0
12.6
3.5
79.6
100
—
2.5
43.1
50
5
6.1
9.6
2.5
52.8
60
2.6
—
2.5
48.5
50
575
518 632
9
73
9
73
9
73
—
—
2
10
11.0
(ea)
9.6
2.5
58.1
60
70
—
2.5
56.0
15
17.0
9.6
2.5
65.6
80
—
7.0
116.1
125
5
16.7
23.6
7.0
139.7
150
6.5
—
7.0
131.5
150
208
187 229 21.8 184 25.6 190 25.6 190
—
—
2
10
30.8
(ea)
23.6
7.0
155.1
175
—
7.0
150.8
175
15
46.2
23.6
7.0
174.4
200
—
7.0
114.8
125
5
15.2
23.6
7.0
138.4
150
6.6
—
7.0
128.2
150
230
207 253 21.8 184 25.6 190 25.6 190
—
—
2
10
28.0
(ea)
23.6
7.0
151.8
175
—
7.0
145.7
175
15
42.0
23.6
7.0
169.3
200
025
—
3.5
59.1
70
5
7.6
12.6
3.5
71.7
80
—
3.5
65.6
70
3.3
10
14.0
460
414 508 11
90 13.5
95 13.5
95
—
—
2
12.6
3.5
78.2
90
(ea)
—
3.5
74.4
90
15
21.0
12.6
3.5
87.0
100
—
2.5
46.6
50
5
6.9
6.1
2.5
52.7
60
2.6
—
2.5
50.9
60
575
518 632
9
73 10.2
75 10.2
75
—
—
2
10
11.0
(ea)
6.1
2.5
57.0
60
—
2.5
58.4
70
15
17.0
6.1
2.5
64.5
80
—
7.0
135.3
150
10
30.8
23.6
7.0
158.9
175
6.5
—
7.0
154.6
200
208
187 229 25.6 190 25.6 190 25.6 190
—
—
2
15
46.2
(ea)
23.6
7.0
178.2
200
—
7.0
171.1
225
20
59.4
23.6
7.0
194.7
250
—
7.0
132.0
150
10
28.0
23.6
7.0
155.6
175
6.6
—
7.0
149.5
175
230
207 253 25.6 190 25.6 190 25.6 190
—
—
2
15
42.0
(ea)
23.6
7.0
173.1
200
—
7.0
164.5
200
20
54.0
23.6
7.0
188.1
225
027
—
3.5
68.1
80
10
14.0
12.6
3.5
80.7
90
3.3
—
3.5
76.9
90
460
414 508 13.5
95 13.5
95 13.5
95
—
—
2
15
21.0
(ea)
12.6
3.5
89.5
110
—
3.5
84.4
110
20
27.0
12.6
3.5
97.0
110
—
2.5
52.1
60
10
11.0
9.6
2.5
61.7
70
2.6
—
2.5
59.6
70
575
518 632 10.2
75 10.2
75 10.2
75
—
—
2
15
17.0
(ea)
9.6
2.5
69.2
80
—
2.5
65.8
80
20
22.0
9.6
2.5
75.4
90
See Legend and Notes on page 28.
25
Table 8B — Electrical Data — 48AJ,AK,AW,AY Units with Convenience Outlet (cont)
COMPRESSOR
VOLTAGE
CONDENSER EVAPORATOR POWER CONVENIENCE
POWER SUPPLY
UNIT
OUTLET
VOLTAGE RANGE Cir A, No. 1 Cir A, No. 2 Cir B, No. 1 Cir B, No. 2 FAN MOTOR FAN MOTOR EXHAUST
SIZE
3
PH,
60
Hz
Fuse or
48A
Min Max RLA LRA RLA LRA RLA LRA RLA LRA Qty
FLA
Hp
FLA FLA (total)
FLA
MCA
HACR Brkr*
—
7.0
148.1
175
10
30.8
23.6
7.0
171.7
200
6.5
—
7.0
167.4
200
208
187 229 23
184
23
184 21.8 184 21.8 184
2
15
46.2
(ea)
23.6
7.0
191.0
225
—
7.0
183.9
225
20
59.4
23.6
7.0
207.5
250
—
7.0
144.8
150
10
28.0
23.6
7.0
168.4
175
6.6
—
7.0
162.3
200
230
207 253 23
184
23
184 21.8 184 21.8 184
2
15
42.0
(ea)
23.6
7.0
185.9
225
—
7.0
177.3
225
20
54.0
23.6
7.0
200.9
250
030
—
3.5
70.0
80
10
14.0
12.6
3.5
82.6
90
3.3
—
3.5
78.8
90
460
414 508 10.2
90 10.2
90
11
90
11
90
2
15
21.0
(ea)
12.6
3.5
91.4
110
—
3.5
86.3
110
20
27.0
12.6
3.5
98.9
125
—
2.5
57.5
60
10
11.0
9.6
2.5
67.1
70
2.6
—
2.5
65.0
80
575
518 632
9
73
9
73
9
73
9
73
2
15
17.0
(ea)
9.6
2.5
74.6
90
—
2.5
71.2
90
20
22.0
9.6
2.5
80.8
100
—
7.0
176.4
200
15
46.2
23.6
7.0
200.0
225
6.5
—
7.0
192.9
250
208
187 229 21.8 184 25.6 190 25.6 190 25.6 190
2
20
59.4
(ea)
23.6
7.0
216.5
250
—
7.0
212.1
250
25
74.8
23.6
7.0
235.7
300
—
7.0
171.3
200
15
42.0
23.6
7.0
194.9
225
6.6
—
7.0
186.3
225
230
207 253 21.8 184 25.6 190 25.6 190 25.6 190
2
20
54.0
(ea)
23.6
7.0
209.9
250
—
7.0
203.8
250
25
68.0
23.6
7.0
227.4
250
035
—
3.5
87.9
100
15
21.0
12.6
3.5
100.5
110
—
3.5
95.4
110
3.3
20
27.0
460
414 508 11
90 13.5
95 13.5
95 13.5
95
2
12.6
3.5
108.0
125
(ea)
—
3.5
104.1
125
25
34.0
12.6
3.5
116.7
150
—
2.5
68.6
80
15
17.0
9.6
2.5
78.2
90
2.6
—
2.5
74.8
90
575
518 632
9
73 10.2
75 10.2
75 10.2
75
2
20
22.0
(ea)
9.6
2.5
84.4
100
—
2.5
81.1
100
25
27.0
9.6
2.5
90.7
110
—
7.0
189.4
225
15
46.2
23.6
7.0
213.0
250
6.5
—
7.0
205.9
250
208
187 229 21.8 184 25.6 190 25.6 190 25.6 190
4
20
59.4
(ea)
23.6
7.0
229.5
250
—
7.0
225.1
250
25
74.8
23.6
7.0
248.7
300
—
7.0
184.5
225
15
42.0
23.6
7.0
208.1
250
6.6
—
7.0
199.5
250
230
207 253 21.8 184 25.6 190 25.6 190 25.6 190
4
20
54.0
(ea)
23.6
7.0
223.1
250
—
7.0
217.0
250
25
68.0
23.6
7.0
240.6
300
036
—
3.5
94.5
110
15
21.0
12.6
3.5
107.1
125
3.3
—
3.5
102.0
125
460
414 508 11
90 13.5 95 13.5
95 13.5
95
4
20
27.0
(ea)
12.6
3.5
114.6
125
—
3.5
110.7
125
25
34.0
12.6
3.5
123.3
150
—
2.5
73.8
90
15
17.0
9.6
2.5
83.4
100
2.6
—
2.5
80.0
100
575
518 632
9
73 10.2 75 10.2
75 10.2
75
4
20
22.0
(ea)
9.6
2.5
89.6
110
—
2.5
86.3
110
25
27.0
9.6
2.5
95.9
110
See Legend and Notes on page 28.
26
Table 8B — Electrical Data — 48AJ,AK,AW,AY Units with Convenience Outlet (cont)
COMPRESSOR
VOLTAGE
CONDENSER EVAPORATOR POWER CONVENIENCE
POWER SUPPLY
UNIT
OUTLET
VOLTAGE RANGE Cir A, No. 1 Cir A, No. 2 Cir B, No. 1 Cir B, No. 2 FAN MOTOR FAN MOTOR EXHAUST
SIZE
3
PH,
60
Hz
Fuse or
48A
Min Max RLA LRA RLA LRA RLA LRA RLA LRA Qty
FLA
Hp
FLA
FLA (total)
FLA
MCA
HACR Brkr*
—
7.0
210.6
250
15
46.2
23.6
7.0
234.2
250
6.5
—
7.0
227.1
250
208
187 229 25.6 190 25.6 190 34.3 265 34.3 265
2
20
59.4
(ea)
23.6
7.0
250.7
300
—
7.0
246.3
300
25
74.8
23.6
7.0
269.9
300
—
7.0
205.7
225
15
42.0
23.6
7.0
229.3
250
6.6
—
7.0
220.7
250
230
207 253 25.6 190 25.6 190 34.3 265 34.3 265
2
20
54.0
(ea)
23.6
7.0
244.3
250
—
7.0
238.2
300
25
68.0
23.6
7.0
261.8
300
040
—
3.5
102.0
110
15
21.0
12.6
3.5
114.6
125
3.3
—
3.5
109.5
125
460
414 508 13.5
95 13.5
95 16.0 120 16.0 120
2
20
27.0
(ea)
12.6
3.5
122.1
125
—
3.5
118.2
150
25
34.0
12.6
3.5
130.8
150
—
2.5
80.4
90
15
17.0
9.6
2.5
90.0
100
2.6
—
2.5
86.6
100
575
518 632 10.2
75 10.2
75 12.9
80 12.9
80
2
20
22.0
(ea)
9.6
2.5
96.2
110
—
2.5
92.9
110
25
27.0
9.6
2.5
102.5
125
—
7.0
210.6
250
15
46.2
23.6
7.0
234.2
250
6.5
—
7.0
227.1
250
208
187 229 25.6 190 25.6 190 34.3 265 34.3 265
4
20
59.4
(ea)
23.6
7.0
250.7
300
—
7.0
246.3
300
25
74.8
23.6
7.0
269.9
300
—
7.0
205.7
225
15
42.0
23.6
7.0
229.3
250
6.6
—
7.0
220.7
250
230
207 253 25.6 190 25.6 190 34.3 265 34.3 265
4
20
54.0
(ea)
23.6
7.0
244.3
250
—
7.0
238.2
300
25
68.0
23.6
7.0
261.8
300
041
—
3.5
102.0
110
15
21.0
12.6
3.5
114.6
125
—
3.5
109.5
125
3.3
20
27.0
460
414 508 13.5 95 13.5 95
16
120
16
120
4
12.6
3.5
122.1
125
(ea)
—
3.5
118.2
150
25
34.0
12.6
3.5
130.8
150
—
2.5
80.4
90
15
17.0
9.6
2.5
90.0
100
2.6
—
2.5
86.6
100
575
518 632 10.2 75 10.2
75 12.9
80 12.9
80
4
20
22.0
(ea)
9.6
2.5
96.2
110
—
2.5
92.9
110
25
27.0
9.6
2.5
102.5
125
—
7.0
257.2
300
20
59.0
23.6
7.0
280.8
300
6.5
—
7.0
276.4
350
208
187 229 34.3 265 34.3 265 34.3 265
47
380
4
25
75.0
(ea)
23.6
7.0
300.0
350
—
7.0
292.9
350
30
88.0
23.6
7.0
316.5
400
—
7.0
250.8
300
20
54.0
23.6
7.0
274.4
300
6.6
—
7.0
268.3
300
230
207 253 34.3 265 34.3 265 34.3 265
47
380
4
25
68.0
(ea)
23.6
7.0
291.9
350
—
7.0
283.3
350
30
80.0
23.6
7.0
306.9
350
050
—
3.5
120.9
125
20
27.0
12.6
3.5
133.5
150
3.3
—
3.5
129.6
150
460
414 508 16
120
16
120
16
120 22.4 175
4
25
34.0
(ea)
12.6
3.5
142.2
175
—
3.5
137.1
175
30
40.0
12.6
3.5
149.7
175
—
2.5
97.7
110
20
22.0
9.6
2.5
107.3
125
2.6
—
2.5
104.0
125
575
518 632 12.9
80 12.9
80 12.9
80 18.6 140
4
25
27.0
(ea)
9.6
2.5
113.6
125
—
2.5
110.2
125
30
32.0
9.6
2.5
119.8
150
See Legend and Notes on page 28.
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Table 8B — Electrical Data — 48AJ,AK,AW,AY Units with Convenience Outlet (cont)
COMPRESSOR
VOLTAGE
CONDENSER EVAPORATOR POWER CONVENIENCE
POWER SUPPLY
UNIT
OUTLET
VOLTAGE RANGE Cir A, No. 1 Cir A, No. 2 Cir B, No. 1 Cir B, No. 2 FAN MOTOR FAN MOTOR EXHAUST
SIZE 3 PH, 60 Hz
Fuse or
48A
Min Max RLA LRA RLA LRA RLA LRA RLA LRA Qty
FLA
Hp
FLA
FLA (total)
FLA
MCA
HACR Brkr*
—
7.0
257.5
300
20
59.4
35.4
7.0
292.9
350
—
7.0
276.7
350
25
74.8
35.4
7.0
312.1
350
6.5
208
187 229 34.3 265 34.3 265 34.3 265 34.3 265
6
(ea)
—
7.0
293.2
350
30
88
35.4
7.0
328.6
400
—
7.0
325.7
400
40
114
35.4
7.0
361.1
450
—
7.0
251.3
300
20
54
35.4
7.0
286.7
300
—
7.0
268.8
300
25
68
35.4
7.0
304.2
350
6.6
230
207 253 34.3 265 34.3 265 34.3 265 34.3 265
6
(ea)
—
7.0
283.8
350
30
80
35.4
7.0
319.2
350
—
7.0
313.8
400
40
104
35.4
7.0
349.2
450
051
—
3.5
121.1
125
20
27
18.9
3.5
140.0
150
—
3.5
129.8
150
25
34
18.9
3.5
148.7
175
3.3
460
414 508 16
120
16
120
16
120
16
120
6
(ea)
—
3.5
137.3
175
30
40
18.9
3.5
156.2
175
—
3.5
152.3
200
40
52
18.9
3.5
171.2
200
—
2.5
97.2
110
20
22
14.4
2.5
111.6
125
—
2.5
103.5
125
25
27
14.4
2.5
117.9
125
2.6
575
518 632 12.9
80 12.9
80 12.9
80 12.9
80
6
(ea)
—
2.5
109.7
125
30
32
14.4
2.5
124.1
150
—
2.5
121.0
150
40
41
14.4
2.5
135.4
175
—
7.0
315.1
350
25
75.0
35.4
7.0
350.5
400
6.5
—
7.0
331.6
400
208
187 229 40.8 265
47
380 40.8 265
47
380
6
30
88.0
(ea)
35.4
7.0
367.0
450
—
7.0
364.1
450
40
114.0
35.4
7.0
399.5
500
—
7.0
307.2
350
25
68.0
35.4
7.0
342.6
400
6.6
—
7.0
322.2
400
230
207 253 40.8 265
47
380 40.8 265
47
380
6
30
80.0
(ea)
35.4
7.0
357.6
400
—
7.0
352.2
450
40
104.0
35.4
7.0
387.6
450
060
—
3.5
151.0
175
25
34.0
18.9
3.5
169.9
200
3.3
—
3.5
158.5
175
460
414 508 20.2 135 22.4 175 20.2 135 22.4 175
6
30
40.0
(ea)
18.9
3.5
177.4
200
—
3.5
173.5
225
40
52.0
18.9
3.5
192.4
225
—
2.5
122.3
125
25
27.0
14.4
2.5
136.7
150
2.6
—
2.5
128.5
150
575
518 632 16.6 120 18.6 140 16.6 120 18.6 140
6
30
32.0
(ea)
14.4
2.5
142.9
150
—
2.5
139.8
175
40
41.0
14.4
2.5
154.2
175
Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60.
AB = 452 v
BC = 464 v
AC = 455 v
LEGEND
FLA
— Full Load Amps
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
LRA
— Locked Rotor Amps
MCA
— Minimum Circuit Amps
NEC
— National Electrical Code
RLA
— Rated Load Amps
*Fuse or HACR circuit breaker per NEC.
NOTES:
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load
equipment (refer to NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent protective
device for the unit shall be fuse or HACR breaker. The Canadian units may
be fuse or circuit breaker.
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is
greater than 2%. Use the following formula to determine the percent of voltage imbalance.
% Voltage imbalance
max voltage deviation from average voltage
= 100 x
average voltage
452 + 464 + 455
3
1371
=
3
= 457
Determine maximum deviation from average voltage.
(AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v
(BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v
(AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v
Maximum deviation is 7 v.
Determine percent of voltage imbalance.
7
% Voltage Imbalance
= 100 x 457
= 1.53%
This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum
allowable 2%.
Average Voltage =
IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2%,
contact your local electric utility company immediately.
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Routing Through Bottom of Unit — If wiring is brought in
through bottom of unit, use field-supplied watertight conduit to
route power wiring through the 31/2-in. diameter hole provided
in the unit basepan.
Install conduit connector in unit basepan as shown in
Fig. 4-9. Route power and ground lines through connector to
terminal connections in unit control box as shown on unit
wiring diagram and Fig. 19.
Use strain relief going into control box through 35/8-in.
diameter hole provided. After wires are in unit control box,
connect to power terminal block (see Power Wiring section on
page 20).
Low-voltage wiring must be run in watertight conduit from
the basepan to control box and through 7/8-in. diameter hole
provided in bottom of unit control box. Field-supplied strain
relief must be used going into the box. After wiring is in
control box, make connections to proper terminals on terminal
blocks (see Field Control Wiring section on this page).
Routing Through Side of Unit — Route power wiring in
field-supplied watertight conduit into unit through 21/2-in. (sizes 020-035) or 3-in. (sizes 036-060) hole.
Use field-supplied strain relief going into control box
through 35/8-in. diameter hole provided. After wires are in unit
control box, connect to power terminal block (see Power Wiring section on page 20).
Bring low-voltage control wiring through the 7/8-in. diameter hole provided in the condenser section side post. Use strain
relief going into 7/8-in. diameter hole in bottom of unit control
box.
After wiring is in control box, make connection to proper
terminals on terminal blocks (see Field Control Wiring section
below).
IMPORTANT: On 208/230-v units, transformers 1-5 are
wired for 230-v. If 208/230-v unit is to be run with 208-v
power supply, the transformers must be rewired as follows:
For transformer 1 move the black wires connected to terminal H2 and connect it to terminal H3.
For transformers 2-4, that are used for the 24-volt control
circuits, connect as follows:
1. Remove cap from red (208 v) wire.
2. Remove cap from spliced orange (230 v) wire. Disconnect orange wire from black unit power wire.
3. Cap orange wire.
4. Splice red wire and black unit power wire. Cap wires.
If the unit is equipped with the optional convenience outlet
connect the yellow wire to H2 on transformer 5.
IMPORTANT: BE CERTAIN UNUSED WIRES ARE
CAPPED. Failure to do so may damage the transformers.
FIELD CONTROL WIRING — The 48A Series units support a large number of control options that can impact the field
control wiring.
The control options that the unit can provide relate to the
following parameters:
• CV (constant volume), VAV (variable air volume),
VVT® (variable volume variable temperature) or
Carrier TEMP system control operation.
• Stand-alone with a thermostat (CV) or with a space sensor (CV and VAV)
• Network application with CCN (Carrier Comfort
Network®) or other networks
• Demand ventilation with CO2 sensor
• Economizer and economizer with changeover control
• Staged gas heat
• Building and duct static pressure control
• Fire shutdown and smoke control
• Diagnostics and monitoring
For constant volume applications a thermostat (T-Stat) or
space temperature sensor (SPT) will be required.
T-STAT (Conventional Thermostat) — Unit can be controlled with a Carrier-approved accessory electro-mechanical
or electronic thermostat that has two stages of cooling, two
stages of heating control and an output for indoor fan control. It
may also include time of day scheduling or use the scheduling
routines built into the ComfortLink™ controls.
Install thermostat according to the installation instructions
included with accessory thermostat and the unit wiring diagrams. Locate thermostat assembly on a solid interior wall in
the conditioned space to sense average temperature.
Route thermostat cable or equivalent single leads of colored
wire from subbase terminals through conduit into unit to lowvoltage connection in the main control box. For thermostat
TB4 connections see Fig. 20.
NOTE: For wire runs up to 50 ft, use no. 18 AWG (American
Wire Gage) insulated wire (35 C minimum). For 50 to 75 ft,
use no. 16 AWG insulated wire (35 C minimum). For over
75 ft, use no. 14 AWG insulated wire (35 C Minimum). All
wire larger than no. 18 AWG cannot be directly connected at
the thermostat and will require a junction box and splice at the
thermostat. Set heat anticipator settings as follows:
IMPORTANT: The VAV (variable air volume) units use
variable frequency drives, which generate and can radiate
radio frequency energy. If units are not installed and used
in accordance with these instructions, they may cause radio
interference. They have been tested and found to comply
with limits of a Class A computing device as defined by
FCC (Federal Communications Commission) regulations,
Subpart J of Part 15, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference when operated in
a commercial environment.
WARNING
The unit must be electrically grounded in accordance with
local codes and NEC ANSI/NFPA 70 (National Fire
Protection Association). Electrical shock could cause personal injury.
Affix crankcase heater sticker (located in the installers
packet) to unit disconnect switch.
Voltage to compressor terminals during compressor operation
must be within the voltage range indicated on the unit nameplate. Phases must be balanced within 2%.
Use the formula in Tables 8A and 8B to determine the percentage of voltage imbalance.
IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is
more than 2%, contact your local electric utility company
immediately.
SIZE
Unit failure as a result of operation on improper line voltage
or excessive phase imbalance constitutes abuse and may cause
damage to electrical components.
020-050
051, 060
STAGE 1
(W1) ON
0.24
0.36
STAGE 2
(W1 and W2) ON
0.13
0.13
Settings may be changed slightly to provide a greater degree of
comfort for a particular installation.
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Staged Gas Control Option Thermistors — If the unit is
equipped with the staged gas heat option, supply-air thermistors must be installed. Three supply-air thermistors are
shipped with staged gas units and are inside the heating section. The supply-air thermistors should be located in the supply
duct with the following criteria:
• Downstream of the heat exchanger cells
• Equally spaced as far as possible from the heat
exchanger cells
• In a duct location where none of the supply-air thermistors are within sight of the heat exchanger cells
• In a duct location with good mixed supply-air portion of
the unit.
SPT (Space Temperature Sensor) — For constant volume applications the ComfortLink™ controls can also be used with
T55 and T56 space temperature sensors that use a 10K thermistor. The T56 sensor also has the capability for a configurable temperature set point offset. For variable air volume applications only the T55 sensor can be used.
Install sensor according to the installation instructions
included with accessory sensor. Locate sensor assembly on a
solid interior wall in the conditioned space to sense average
temperature.
Run wiring to the space sensor as shown in Fig. 21.
Note that when the remote sensor is used, the red jumper
wires provided must be connected from TB4 terminal 4 to 5
and TB4 terminal 5 to 1.
Both the T55 and T56 have a CCN communications port and
this should be wired to the CCN Communications TB3 board if
it is desired to have access to the CCN through the sensor. If
more than one T-55 sensor is being used and averaged, sensors
must be wired in multiples of 4 or 9 as shown in Fig. 22.
FIELD-SUPPLIED THERMOSTAT
LIGHT
RC
Y1
Y2
W1
W2
G
C
X
R
Y1
Y2
W1
W2
G
C
X
1 a48-8243
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R
TB4
Fig. 20 — Field Control Thermostat Wiring
T55 SPT
UNIT
TB5
T1
T2
1
3
5
2
4
6
4
BLK
SENSOR 2
SENSOR 3
SENSOR 4
SPACE TEMPERATURE AVERAGING (4 SENSOR APPLICATION)
TB5
3
4
SENSOR 1
SENSOR 4
SENSOR 7
a48-6855
C
SN
7
9
11
13
15
8
10
12
14
16
Fig. 21 — Space Temperature Sensor Wiring
RED
SENSOR 1
TH
a48-6854
TB5
3
T56 SPT
SENSOR 2
SENSOR 3
SENSOR 5
SENSOR 6
SENSOR 8
SENSOR 9
SPACE TEMPERATURE AVERAGING (9 SENSOR APPLICATION)
NOTE: Use T55 sensor only.
Fig. 22 — Space Temperature Averaging Wiring
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c. Insert and secure the black (–) wire to terminal 3 of
the 3-pin plug.
4. Insert the plug into the existing 3-pin mating connector on
the base module in the main control box.
VAV Units with Heat — For variable air volume units that
will use heat, the variable air volume terminals should be
interlocked with the unit at TB5 terminals 1 and 2.
Demand Ventilation — The unit can be equipped with a CO2
sensor for use in demand ventilation. This can be factory
supplied and will be mounted in the return duct. It can also be
field supplied and mounted in the return duct or in the space.
Connect the field-installed 4 to 20 mA sensor to TB5 terminal
6 and 7. Do not remove the factory-installed 182-ohm resistor.
If an outdoor air quality sensor is used then it should be
wired to terminal 11 and 12 on TB6. This will require the use
of the optional controls expansion module.
Remote IAQ Override — If the control is being used with non
Carrier building management system it supports the use of the
remote IAQ override switch. This should be connected to
TB6 terminal 13 and 14. Use of this will require the optional
controls expansion module.
Remote Economizer Position Control — The ComfortLink™
controls will normally control the position of the economizer,
but it can also support field control of the economizer position
through a 4 to 20 mA signal. If this is used it should be connected to TB5 terminal 6 and 7. If the signal is a 4 to 20 mA
signal then leave the 182-ohm resistor in place.
Remote Economizer Enable — If the control is being used
with other building management systems and the system will
control the enabling and disabling of the economizer free cooling, this switch input can be connected to TB6 terminals 1 and
2. Note that the controls also support integrated economizer
changeover using outdoor dry bulb, differential dry bulb,
outdoor enthalpy and differential enthalpy.
Remote Occupancy Switch — For interface to other building
management systems the control also supports a switch input
for remote occupancy signals. This wiring should be connected
to terminal TB6 terminal 1 and 3.
Remote Economizer Minimum Position Control — If the
ComfortLink control is controlling the economizer, but a remote
minimum position is required, then an external 100K potentiometer can be connected to TB5 terminal 6 and 7. Remove the
factory-installed 182-ohm resistor.
Smoke Sensor Interface — The ComfortLink control includes
an optional factory-installed return air smoke detector. Remote
alarm circuits can be wired to TB5 terminal 8 and 9.
Fire Shutdown and Smoke Control — The control supports
interface to fire and smoke control systems and allows for the
following system overrides from remote switch inputs.
• Fire Shutdown — Connect to TB6 terminals 8 and 9.
• Smoke Pressurization — Connect to TB6 terminal 12
and 13. This requires the use of the optional controls
expansion module.
• Smoke Evacuation — Connect to TB6 terminal 12 and
14. This requires the use of the optional controls expansion module.
• Smoke Purge — Connect to TB6 terminal 12 and 15.
This requires the use of the optional controls expansion
module.
Demand Limiting — The control can also be used with demand
limiting control from remote building management systems. If a
two stage system is going to be used with Redline Limiting
where the machine is not allowed to increase load and Load Shed
where the load is decreased to a configurable limit in capacity
then these can be connected to TB6 terminals 4 and 5 and 5 and
6. This requires use of the controls expansion module.
T58 Communicating Thermostat — Carrier also has a fully
communicating thermostat which, if used, will be wired to the
CCN communication connections on TB3 as described in the
Carrier Comfort Network® Interface section below.
Carrier Comfort Network Interface — The rooftop units can
be connected to the CCN system. The communication bus
wiring is supplied and installed in the field. Wiring consists of
shielded, 3-conductor cable with drain wire. The system
elements are connected to the communication bus in a daisy
chain arrangement. The positive pin of each system element
communication connector must be wired to the positive pins of
the system element on either side of it, the negative pins must be
wired to the negative pins, and the signal pins must be wired to
signal ground pins. Wiring connections for CCN should be
made at the TB3 terminal block using the screw terminals. The
TB3 board also contains an RJ14 CCN plug that can be used to
connect a field service computer or other CCN device temporarily. There is also an RJ14 LEN (local equipment network)
connection that is used to connect a Navigator™ device or
download software.
Conductors and drain wire must be 20 AWG minimum
stranded, tinned copper. Individual conductors must be insulated with PVC, PVC/nylon, vinyl, Teflon, or polyethylene. An
aluminum/polyester 100% foil shield and an outer jacket of
PVC, PVC/nylon, chrome vinyl, or Teflon with a minimum
operating temperature range of –20 C to 60 C (–4 F to 140 F) is
required. Table 9 lists cables that meet the requirements.
Table 9 — CCN Connection Approved Shield Cable
MANUFACTURER
Alpha
American
Belden
Columbia
CABLE PART NO.
2413 or 5463
A22503
8772
02525
IMPORTANT: When connecting to CCN communication bus to system elements, use color coding
system for the entire network to simplify installation
and checkout. See Table 10.
Table 10 — Color Code Recommendations
SIGNAL TYPE
Positive (+)
Ground
Negative (–)
CCN BUS CONDUCTOR
INSULATION COLOR
RED
WHITE
BLACK
CCN PLUG PIN
NO.
1
2
3
If a cable with a different color scheme is selected, a similar
color code should be adopted for the entire network. At each
system element, the shields of the communication bus cables
must be tied together. If the communication bus is entirely
within one building, the resulting continuous shield must be
connected to a ground at one point only. If the communication
bus cable exits from one building and enters another, the
shields must be connected to grounds at the lightning suppressor in each building where the cable enters or exits the building
(one point per building only).
To connect the unit to the network:
1. Turn off power to the control box.
2. Cut the CCN wire and strip the ends of the red (+), white
(ground), and black (–) conductors. (If a different network color scheme is used, substitute appropriate colors.)
3. Remove the 3-pin male plug from the base control board
in the main control box, and connect the wires as follows:
a. Insert and secure the red (+) wire to terminal 1 of
the 3-pin plug.
b. Insert and secure the white (ground) wire to terminal 2 of the 3-pin plug.
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Step 9 — Make Outdoor-Air Inlet Adjustments
TOP
FLANGE
ECONOMIZER AND FIXED OUTDOOR AIR
DAMPER — Hoods are used on all units with economizer or
adjustable self-closing fixed outdoor air damper.
NOTE: If accessory power exhaust or barometric relief packages are being added to the unit, install power exhaust or barometric relief before installing economizer hoods.
Economizer Hood Assembly — The economizer hood is
shipped in a package secured to the outside of the unit. The
hood assemblies must be field-assembled. The 48AW,AY units
are side supply and side return. The return duct limits access to
economizer filters from below.
The 48AJ,AK,AW,AY020-050 units have two hoods on every unit. The 48AJ,AK,AW,AY051 and 060 units have 3 hoods
on every unit.
NOTE: Before assembly of the economizer hood, check along
the outer edges of the economizer assembly for any seal strip
protruding past the flanges. Trim the excess seal strip so that it
is flush with the economizer assembly flanges.
Perform the following procedure to assemble the economizer
hood.
1. Apply black seal strip (provided) to outside top-edge of
hood sides. Wrap seal strip over edge to cover top flange
(6 hood sides). Make sure seal strip covers screw holes.
Allow strip to overhang 1/8-in. past the end opposite the
mounting flange. See Fig. 23.
2. Assemble hood sides, top, and cross member with
gasketed screws provided. See Fig. 24.
3. Attach 15 green speed clips (provided) to hood top.
4. Apply black seal strip (provided) to mounting flanges of
hood sides being sure to cover mounting holes. See
Fig. 25.
5. Apply black seal strip (provided) to back of hood top
mounting flange. Seal strip of hood top mounting flange
must press tightly against seal strip of hood side mounting flanges. See Fig. 26.
6. Add gray foam strip (provided) to cross members on bottom tray. See Fig. 27.
7. Attach gray foam strip (provided) to block-off baffle on
outer face of flange. See Fig. 28.
8. Remove the screws on each end and along top of damper
assembly of unit. Remove top 4 screws on each side of
filter panel under damper assembly. Set hood assembly in
place and attach to unit using these screws.
9. Remove screws along bottom of damper assembly.
Locate and mount block-off baffle using these screws.
10. Assemble 2 filter tracks side-by-side with the assembled
ends together.
11. Attach one mounting angle to the assembled end of the
filter track. See Fig. 29.
12. Attach 9 green speed clips (provided) to hood side panels.
Engagement section of clip faces up and towards the outside of the hood side panels.
13. Attach remaining mounting angle to other end of the filter
track with no. 10 screws provided.
14. Place filter track assembly in bottom of hood by attaching
to hood with speed clips and gasketed screws provided.
NOTE: Be sure the filters are installed with the airflow in the
correct direction.
15. Attach black seal strip (provided) to filter cover. Seal strip
should be applied centered over the holes of the one
flange, making sure to fully cover holes and centered over
the other large flange. See Fig. 30.
16. Slide two 20 x 25-in. filters into cross members of hood
assembly. Attach filter cover over filters with screws and
speed clips provided.
BLACK
SEAL
STRIP
HOOD SIDE
Fig. 23 — Adding Seal Strip to Top of Hood Sides
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Fig. 24 — Economizer Hood Assembly
(Right Side/Center Economizer Hood Shown)
MOUNTING
FLANGE
HOOD SIDE
Fig. 25 — Adding Seal Strip to Sides of Hood Top
Mounting Flange
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HOOD TOP
MOUNTING ANGLE
HOOD SIDE
FILTER TRACK
ASSEMBLY
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Fig. 29 — Mounting Angle Attached
to Filter Track Assembly
48-1104
BLACK SEAL STRIP
(CENTERED)
Fig. 26 — Adding Seal Strip to Back of Hood Top
Mounting Flange
GRAY FOAM STRIP
FILTER COVER
CROSS MEMBER
48-1110
Fig. 30 — Attaching Seal Strip to Filter Cover
Step 10 — Position Power Exhaust/Barometric
Relief Damper Hood — All units are shipped with the
hoods folded inside the unit in a shipping position. For 48AJ,
and AK units the hood must be tilted out once the unit is installed. On 48AW, AY units, (designed for horizontal supply
and return) the assemblies will have to be relocated to return
ductwork. See Fig. 31 for dimensions and details.
All electrical connections have been made and adjusted at
the factory. The power exhaust blowers and barometric relief
dampers are shipped assembled and tilted back into the unit for
shipping. Brackets and extra screws are shipped in shrink wrap
around the dampers. If ordered, each unit will have 4
(48AJ,AK,AW,AY020-050 units) or 6 (48AJ,AK,AW,AY051
and 060 units) power exhaust blowers and motors or barometric relief dampers.
1. Remove 9 screws holding each damper assembly in
place. See Fig. 32. Each damper assembly is secured with
3 screws on each side and 3 screws along the bottom.
Save screws.
48-1105
Fig. 27 — Adding Foam Strip to Cross Member
BLOCKOFF BAFFLE
GRAY FOAM STRIP
CAUTION
Be careful when tilting blower assembly. Hoods and blowers are heavy and can cause injury if dropped.
2. Pivot each damper assembly outward until edges of
damper assembly rest against inside wall of unit.
3. Secure each damper assembly to unit with 6 screws
across top (3 screws provided) and bottom (3 screws
from Step 1) of damper.
4. With screws saved from Step 1, install brackets on each
side of damper assembly.
5. Remove tape from damper blades.
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Fig. 28 — Adding Seal Strip to Block-Off Baffle
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ECONOMIZER
HOOD
42.56”
LOCATION
BAROMETRIC RELIEF
OR POWER EXHAUST
“SIDE #2”
ECONOMIZER
HOOD
23.28”
TYP
“END #2”
42” MIN.
R/A
12.94
(UNIT
OPENING)
S/A
“SIDE #1”
“END #1”
J BOX
23.28”
42.62”
PLENUM RATED
CABLE
(FIELD SUPPLIED)
42.62
TYP
ALTERNATE
LOCATION
(END)
J BOX
R/A
S/A
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NOTE: 020-050 SIZES SHOWN (2 POWER EXHAUST FANS).
SIZES 051 AND 060 HAVE 3 POWER EXHAUST FANS. ALL
UNIT SIZES HAVE THE SAME SIZE POWER EXHAUST.
Fig. 31 — Power Exhaust Relocated to Side Return Duct
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NOTES:
1. Unless otherwise specified, all dimensions are to outside of part.
2. Dimensions are in inches.
3. On 48AW,AY units, accessory barometric relief or power exhaust must be mounted in the field-supplied return ductwork.
Fig. 32 — Barometric Relief Damper and Power Exhaust Mounting Details
lower inner panel. See Fig. 33. A section of field-supplied
1/ -in. plastic tubing must be run from the high pressure tap on
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the differential pressure switch to the conditioned space. The
pressure tube must be terminated in the conditioned space
where a constant pressure is required. This location is usually
in an entrance lobby so that the building exterior doors will
open and close properly. Remove plug button in panel to route
tubing.
The low pressure tap is factory-routed to the atmosphere.
For a positive-pressure building, route the high tap to building
air and low tap to atmosphere. For a negative-pressure
Step 11 — Route VAV Static Pressure Sensors
VAV DUCT PRESSURE TRANSDUCER — The VAV duct
pressure transducer (VAV inverter pressure transducer) is located behind the filter access door on the lower inner panel. See
Fig. 33. A section of field-supplied 1/4-in. plastic tubing must
be run from the high pressure tap on the differential pressure
switch and connected to a field-supplied tap in the supply-air
duct. The tap is usually located 2/3 of the way out on the main
supply duct. Remove plug button in panel to route tubing.
VAV BUILDING PRESSURE TRANSDUCER — The VAV
building pressure transducer (modulating power exhaust pressure transducer) is located behind the filter access door on the
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capable of supporting the weight of a person. The return
ductwork connection locations on the side of the unit are higher
than normal (31-in. high). Unit-mounted power exhaust or
barometric relief cannot be used because of return air ductwork
will cover the power exhaust or barometric relief installation
locations. Power exhaust or barometric relief may be installed
in the return air ductwork.
To convert the unit, perform the following:
1. Seal the bottom return openings of the unit with airtight
panels capable of supporting the weight of a person.
2. Remove the panels located below the economizer
outdoor-air dampers. These openings will be used for the
return-air ductwork. There are 2 panels on 48AJ,AK020050 units. There are 3 panels on 48AJ,AK051 and 060
and units. These openings are normally used for power
exhaust or barometric relief.
3. Run the return air ductwork up to the openings. One
single duct is recommended to connect to the unit over
the return air openings. See Fig. 34. The return duct must
incorporate a minimum 3/4-in. flange for connection to
the unit cabinet. The unit does not have duct flanges for
this conversion.
Side Supply and Return Units (48AW,AY) with FieldInstalled Power Exhaust in Return Duct — Space must be
available in the return duct to mount the power exhaust fan
(gravity relief) modules. Dimensions and suggested locations
are shown in Fig. 34. These instructions are a guideline and not
a comprehensive procedure. The design contractor must provide some design initiative.
The wiring harness that is provided with the power exhaust
accessory is not long enough for the fan modules to be mounted in the return air duct. Field-supplied wiring must be spliced
into the harness. Use a junction box at each splice. The wiring
may be run in the return duct, or externally in conduit. A service access panel will be needed near each power exhaust fan.
building, route the high tap to atmosphere and the low tap to
building air.
Step 12 — Install All Accessories — After all the
factory-installed options have been adjusted, install all fieldinstalled accessories. Refer to the accessory installation instructions included with each accessory.
The 48A Series units have a large number of factoryinstalled options which were previously available only as
accessories. Some of the available options can also be installed
in the field if needed. In most cases the units have been
pre-wired so that the accessories can be easily installed.
Instructions are shipped with each accessory. Configuration of
the controls for these accessories as well as the factory-installed
options can be found in the Controls, Start-Up, Operation,
Service and Troubleshooting Book. The following is a list of
some of the common accessories:
• Thermostats and space temperature sensors
• LP (liquid propane) conversion kit
• Accessory barometric relief damper
• Accessory power exhaust
• Non-modulating to modulating power exhaust
• Condenser coil hail guards
• Outdoor humidity sensor (used for economizer enthalpy
changeover)
• Return air humidity sensors (used for economizer
differential enthalpy changeover)
• Return air smoke detector
• Controls expansion module (used for interface to building management systems, not typically needed on
system with the Carrier Comfort Network® [CCN] system)
• Plugged filter sensor
• Motormaster® V low ambient head pressure control
IMPORTANT: Carrier recommends the installation of
field-fabricated wind baffles on all vertically oriented
condenser coils when operating in environments with
prevailing winds of more than 5 MPH and where temperatures drop below 32 F. See the Motormaster
accessory installation guide for instructions.
Step 13 — Field Modifications
DUCTWORK
Bottom Return Units (48AJ and AK) Field-Modified for
Side Return — The 48AJ and AK units with bottom return air
connections may be field-modified to accommodate side return
air connections.
IMPORTANT: The following section is a guideline and not
a comprehensive procedure to field modify the units. The
installing contractor must provide some design initiative.
Field-conversion is complex and is not recommended.
Units with electric heat must not be converted because of
potential heating mode operating problems.
AUXILIARY
CONTROL BOX
PRESSURE TRANSDUCERS
(INSIDE OF PANEL)
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Fig. 33 — Pressure Transducer Locations
Conversion to horizontal return requires that the bottom
return openings of the unit must be sealed with airtight panels
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97.78” (020-050), 150.47” (051 AND 060)
INSIDE DIMENSION
RA
31.25”
INSIDE
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Fig. 34 — Side Return Air Conversion
Copyright 2009 Carrier Corporation
Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.
Catalog No. 04-53480067-01
Printed in U.S.A.
Form 48A-7SI
Pg 36
8-09
Replaces: 48A-5SI
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