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installation, operation and maintenance MANUAL
High Efficiency Ductless Split System
WLCA/WLHA HIGH WALL EVAPORATOR
Straight Cool/Heat Pump*
Nominal Circuit Capacities:
WLHA 9,000, 12,000, 18,000, 24,000 Btuh*
and WLCA (only) 30,000 & 36,000 Btuh
* Heat Pump only available for 9,000-24,000 Btuh units.
WLCA/WLHA
Enviromaster International LLC
5780 Success Dr.
Rome, NY 13440
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An ISO 9001-2000 Certified Company
P/N# 240006021 Rev. 1.3 [05/07]
WLCA/WLHA HIGH WALL High Efficiency EVAPORATOR
installation, operation and maintenance MANUAL
P/N 240006021, Rev. 1.3 [05/07]
This manual is intended as an aid to a qualified service personnel for proper installation,
operation, and maintenance of EMI AmericaSeries high efficiency evaporators. Carefully
read these instructions before attempting installation or operation. Failure to follow
these instructions may result in improper installation, operation, service, or maintenance,
possibly resulting in fire, electrical shock, property damage, personal injury, or death.
Shipping Damage MUST be Reported to the Carrier IMMEDIATELY!!!
Examine the carton for signs of damage if any is evident open packaging and
check the unit for shipping damage.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
TO THE INSTALLER
Read all instructions before using the EMI AmericaSeries high
efficiency evaporator. Install or
locate this unit only in accordance
with these instructions. Use this
unit only for its intended use as
described in this manual.
(1) Retain this manual and warranty for future
reference.
(2) Before leaving the premises, review this
manual to be sure the unit has been
installed correctly and run the unit for
one complete cycle to make sure it
functions properly.
Check the rating plate on the EMI
AmericaSeries evaporator before
installation to make certain the
voltage shown is the same as the
electric supply to the unit.
To obtain technical service or warranty
assistance during or after the installation
of this unit, check our website @ www.
enviromaster.com or call your installing
contractor or distributor. Our technical
service department may be contacted at
1-800-228-9364.
The EMI AmericaSeries evaporator
must be connected only to a properly
grounded electrical supply. Do not
fail to properly ground this unit.
When calling for assistance, please have
the following information ready:
• Model Number___________________
Turn off the electrical supply before
servicing the EMI AmericaSeries
evaporator.
• Serial Number___________________
• Date of installation________________
!
DANGER
Do not use the EMI AmericaSeries
evaporator if it has damaged wiring,
is not working properly, or has been
damaged or dropped.
!
Tampering with the EMI AmericaSeries evaporator is dangerous
and may result in serious injury or
death. Tampering voids all warranties. Do not attempt to modify or
change this unit in any way.
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CONTROLS and COMPONENTS
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
continued
The AmericaSeries WLCA/WLHA is
available as a (Dx) direct expansion straight
cool and heat pump. It offers a contemporary design in a ductless type evaporator and
combines attractive appearance with high
efficiency conditioning for small to medium
size commercial or residential spaces. The
WLCA/WLHA is equipped with unit mounted
infrared compatible controls which also supports 24V remote wall thermostat operation.
Optional hand held remote is available.
Heat Pump models provide up to
23,000 Btuh of cooling and 20,600 Btuh of
heating. Electric heat options are available
for up to 5 kW of supplemental heat.
This American-made evaporator offers
ease of installation, operation, and service.
It can be matched with EMI’s S1CA/S1HA
09-24 and S1CA 30-36 Btuh Single-Zone
Condensing Units, the S2CA side discharge
Dual-Zone Condensing Unit, or the T2CA,
T3CA, and T4CA top discharge Multi-Zone
Condensing Units.
All EMI air handlers are backed by
Enviromaster International LLC and are
tested and rated in accordance with ARI
standards 210/240 and UL 1995.
• Infra red compatible control allows
use of optional IR hand held controller.
Note: Unit mounted controls are
fully functional without the handheld
remote.
• Operation modes include Heat, Cool,
Dry, Fan and Auto Change-over.
• Fan Operation – Auto/On. High or Low
speed fan
• Fan Purge – Fan remains on for
60 seconds after Heat/Cool call is
dropped for improved efficiency (Auto
mode only)
• Room air sampling: Selectable time
intervals ensure the fan will cycle
on periodically, in Auto Fan Mode
to help eliminate room temperature
stratification.
• Selectable Fahrenheit (°F) or Cesius
(°C) temperature scale.
• Dry mode – Operates cooling and
electric heat simultaneously to remove
humidity. Optional electric heat must
be selected.
• Anti-Short Cycle Compressor Protection.
• Minimum on time for heating and
cooling Helps eliminate room temperature drop and system short cycling.
• Freeze Protection – Prevents evaporator freeze up.
• Test operation – Allows ease of testing after installation (all timers are
eliminated).
• Non-volatile back-up memory will
maintain control settings for an indefinite
period during a power outage. When
power is restored the equipment will
resume operation after a three-minute
compressor time delay.
• 7-day programmable with copy feature.
• Filter change indicator: A timer feature indicates when the filter should be
changed according to the selected time.
• Motorized supply louver with optional
sweep or six stationary settings.
CONTROLS and COMPONENTS
Note: If the control is configured for
unit mount control do NOT connect
a wall thermostat to the unit.
• Large LCD Backlit Display
• Single unit mounted control package, configurable to either unit mount
or remote wall thermostat operation,
reducing model number or SKU’s
required.
• Universal control can be used in
cooling only, cooling with electric heat,
heat pump, or heat pump with second
stage electric heat applications.
• Operational range set point temperature adjustable between 55°F and
90°F in one-degree increments.
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• Modular design – reduces parts
required for control package. Deco
panel, relay board, ribbon cables and
microprocessor are combined into one
package.
• Integral condensate pump safetyswitch connection where-by the microprocessor monitors the condensate
pump safety switch and displays an
error code when a fault occurs. (Applies
only with optional condensate pump)
• CEC (California Energy Commission)
compliant
• Condensate drain pan over flow
protection
Optional Equipment
• Condensate pump (field installed only)
• 24V remote wall thermostat
• Electric heat with automatic reset high
temperature cutout and redundant
high temperature fuse link (when heat
option is selected)
• hand held infrared controller.
Installer Supplied Items
• Low voltage wiring (18 awg required)
• High voltage power supply wiring
• Mounting screws and fasteners
• Condensate piping
• Refrigerant piping (if not supplied)
• Refrigerant (for interconnect charge)
Cabinet Features:
• Durable ABS plastic cabinet with a
galvanized steel sub-chassis.
• Easily accessible, washable, reusable,
nylon mesh filter.
• Horizontal discharge louver, constructed of high temperature ABS plastic,
that can be set to oscillate, or can be
parked in six pre-set positions.
• Manually adjustable vertical discharge fins.
• Easy access to pipe chase area from
cabinet bottom allows piping connections and condensate pump installation
with the unit mounted on the wall.
• Easily removable end-cap for access to
control area for installation and service.
• Condensate drain pan constructed of
galvanized steel (G90U), with anti-corrosion coating.
• Modular snap-in, 7-day programmable
control with large backlit LCD display,
a “Change filter” display feature and
selectable Fahrenheit (Fº), or Celsius
(Cº) temperature scale.
ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION
Determine the best location for mounting the unit for room air circulation.
Locate outdoor and indoor units as
close together as possible.
Determine how power wire (high and
low voltage) condensate drainage,
and refrigerant piping may be run to
and from the unit.
WLCA/WLHA - Ensure that interconnect tubing is within the maximum
allowable length of 100’ including a
maximum 35’ lift.
To ensure serviceability and proper
air distribution, the unit should be
positioned as close as possible to the
center (left-to-right) of the wall. Minimum
distance from the ceiling is stated on the
template provided with the unit packaging. The cabinet left and right end caps
must be accessible for removal without
obstruction. (See below)
Note: Unit mounted controls are fully functional without the remote.
Ceiling
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wall
Important: Check equipment for damage
prior to installation, if damaged contact the
wholesale distributer.
10”
Minimum
4
wall
4” Minimum
Note: If the control is configured for unit
mount control do NOT connect a wall thermostat to the unit.
6”
Min.
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WLCA/WLHA MOUNTING preparation
The WLCA/WLHA must be mounted
plumb and level to a vertical surface to
prevent unit vibration and/or unwanted
noise. It is recommended that the unit
be mounted directly to a smooth surface
such as Sheetrock® wallboard or similar
material. If mounting to a masonry block
wall, there should be a smooth barrier
between the unit and the masonry block
surface to absorb any potential vibration
and prevent the formation of condensation
on the wall.
Note: If excessive noise or vibration is
experienced from a unit mounted to a masonry block wall, check to ensure the unit is
plumb and level. If noise or vibration persists,
contact the wholesale distributor.
WLCA/WLHA HIGH WALL unit MOUNTING
1. After determining the best location for
the unit, use the cardboard template
provided in the packaging.
*notE:
Unit mUst BE instALLEd
4 - inCHEs doWn from CEiLinG
5. Secure the bracket to the wall with the
appropriate screws (for wood) or anchors (for masonry). Ensure the bracket
is mounted in a manner that will support
the weight of the unit.
Note: The wall hanging bracket slot is NOT
located in the center of the unit.
2. Mark where the piping, electrical wiring
and condensate drain should penetrate
the wall.
3. Determine the appropriate hole size and
cut through the wall.
4. Use the supplied wall bracket. For
shipping purposes, the wall bracket is
fastened to the back of the unit.
Mounting
slot
Slot for piping
6. To mount the unit to the bracket, align
the mounting slot on the back of the
unit over the bracket and make certain
it fits properly.
Note: Piping may be roughed in before
wallboard or panels are placed in new
construction. PVC pipe (3” or 4” I.D.)
may be used as a pipe chase.
Note: Panels should remain on the unit
at all times, while powered and in operation. Service should be performed by a
QUALIFIED service agency. An annual
system check by a qualified service technician is recommended.
Remove and discard
these screws
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Electrical Wiring Site Preparation
All wiring should be in accordance with the
National Electric Code (NEC) and the local
building codes.
1. Make sure power is off.
2. Check the unit rating plate for circuit ampacity and breaker or time delay fuse size.
Use only HACR type breakers. Select
the proper wire for the ampacity rating.
for the proper wire and breaker or time
delay fuse size.
4. Inspect the existing wiring for any defects
such as cut or frayed wires. Replace if
any such wiring if found.
Note: On units rated 208/230V, the
primary side of the transformer is
factory wired for 230V. For a 208V
power supply, the transformer tap
must be changed from orange to
red. Refer to the wiring diagram
located on the inside of the left end
cap of the unit.
3. Each unit must have a separate branch
circuit protected by a time delay fuse or
breaker. Refer to the unit rating plate
Locate Electrical Wiring
Helpfull Hint:
Prior to removeing
the endcap
and bottom
use a small
board to prop
the unit away
from the wall.
board
1. The left end cap of the unit needs to be
removed to access wiring diagram and
electrical wiring. This entails removal of
three screws.
2. Lift and remove the front grill to expose
the third screw.
3. once the screws are removed,
slide the left end cap
off to expose control
box and locate the
wiring diagram on
the inside of the
end cap.
control box
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4. To access High and Low wiring remove
the screw on the front of the control box.
High Volt Electrical Wiring
5. Refer to the wiring diagram to connect
the power wire to Black L1 and the other
wire to Red or White (115V) L2 at the
power connector location.
6. Connect the ground wire to the ground
lug or lead at the same location in the
control box.
Low Volt Interconnect wiring
for Unit mounted controls
The 24V control transformer is located
in the evaporator. This provides low Volt
control power to both the evaporator and
condenser. Depending on the models selected, the low volt interconnect control
wiring may be effected.
Ground
L1
L2
!
Low Voltage
Connections
Warning
!
Be sure to keep any un-used wires
insulated with a wire nut or crimp.
Note: All low volt interconnect
wiring must be at least 18 awg.
Units With or without heat
Cooling only units utilize two low volt
interconnecting wires between the indoor
and outdoor units.
• Wires designated “Y” (yellow) and “C”
(brown) of the air handler should be connected to the corresponding “Y” (yellow)
and “C” (brown) wires or terminals of the
condenser. (See Figure 1A)
• Other wires or terminals such as “R” (red)
or “O” (orange) may not be needed and
should be protected by a wire nut from
making contact with the junction box or
other metal surfaces.
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Heat Pump Connection: In addition to the
“Y” and “C” connections required for cooling, heat pumps require a reversing valve
control wire “O” (orange) that is energized
in the cooling mode.
If the indoor unit has an electric heater, then
a ”W” (white) wire connection will also be
needed to energize the indoor electric heat.
If a remote thermostat is used.
Heat pumps models require an “R” connection between the indoor and outdoor unit to
provide power to the defrost control board
in the condenser. (See Figure 1B)
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Low Volt Interconnect wiring for Unit mounted controls
Units With or without heat continued
Unit mount controls
Straight Cool
Heat pump connection
Unit mount controls
Two-Stage Heating
Figure 1A
Figure 1B
Not used
Not used
Low volt interconnect diagram interconnect diagram figure 1A and figure 1B
for unit mounted controls.
When connecting to a defrosting heat
pump, such as EMI model S1HA, indoor
units with electric heat utilize five interconnecting low volt wires between the indoor
and outdoor units.
Remote Thermostat Controls
The 24V control transformer is
located in the air handler unit. This
provides low volt control power to
both the air handler and condenser.
Depending on the models selected,
the interconnect control wiring may
be effected.
Figure 2 A
Note: All low volt interconnect
wiring must be at least 18 awg.
Note: For remote thermostat mode
the key pad will have limited operation - Sequence of Operation - Wall
Mounted Thermostat, page 21.
Choosing a Remote Wall Mounted
Thermostat: See “Wall Thermostat
Control” section page 21.
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Heat pump connection Remote thermostat – Two-stage Heating
Low Volt interconnect diagram interconnect diagram figures 2A, 2B & 2C for remote wall thermostat control.
Depending on the thermostat required or selected, air handlers may
utilize four to six low volt interconnecting wires between the indoor
unit, thermostat and outdoor unit.
Some thermostats do not require
the use of the “C” (brown) connection. In this case, ensure that any
unused wires are insulated with a
wire nut to prevent them from making contact with the junction box or
other metal surfaces.
If the indoor unit has electric heat
then a “W” connection is required between the thermostat and indoor unit.
Figure 2 B
Note: If the control is configured for unit mount control do NOT connect a wall
thermostat to the unit.
Figure 2 C
Refer to low volt interconnect
diagram interconnect diagram
figures 2A, 2B & 2C for remote
wall thermostat controls.
• Some thermostats do not require
the use of the “C” (brown) connection.
• Heat pump operation requires
the connection of the “O” (orange) terminal from the outdoor
unit to the thermostat.
The reversing valve is energized
in the cooling mode for EMI models
S1H heat pump condensers.
Ensure that any unused wires are
insulated with a wire nut to prevent
contact with the junction box or other
metal surfaces.
Once certain all electrical connetions
are made replace control box cover.
control box
Replace screw
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Single-Zone Heat pumps Only Twostage heating requires the combination of
a heat pump condenser and an indoor unit
that is equipped with an electric strip heater.
The indoor electric heater will energize as
the second stage heat source (the temperature is dependent on the thermostat
selected) and also during the defrost mode
for models S1HA.
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REFRIGERANT PIPING
Piping Do’s and Don’ts
• Avoid piping on a rainy day.
• Use refrigerant grade copper tubing.
• Use a tubing bender and avoid unnecessary bending.
• Cap ends of lines until ready for final
connections.
Once the unit is mounted and level
the WLCA/WLHA piping connections can
be made by removing the left end cap and
bottom panel:
Note: The left end cap must
be removed prior to removing the bottom. follow the
instructions on page 6 for
removing the end cap.
The WLCA/WLHA is equipped with a
Flo-Rater/Piston Expansion device. Connections are sweat type.
The suction line (large) must be insulated
the entire length with closed cell, foam tube
insulation. Do not insulate the liquid line
(small). Connect the outdoor unit according
to the instructions supplied with unit.
All horizontal piping runs must be level and
without dips to trap the oil.
2. Exposed piping and condensate drain
connections. (See table on page 36 for
connection size per unit capacity.)
1. Remove the Philips-head
screws on bottom of
unit and lift bottom
panel off.
Liquid line
suction line
Condensate drain
When matching a the WLHA24 with an
18,000 Btuh condenser circuit, the interconnecting suction line needs to be 5/8”
O.D. to match the condenser service valve
connection. Therefore the 3/4” O.D. suction connection of the WLHA24 unit needs
to be reduced to 5/8” at the WLHA24 unit
connection.
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REFRIGERANT PIPING
Any change in the diameter of the tubing
must be made at the indoor connection.
Line-set diameter is determined by the
condenser service valve size.
WLH24
Use of a larger diameter liquid or suction line can harm the compressor!
reducing bushing goes here for
18,000 Btuh system match
Piston/Orifice Installation Instruction
Important: Replace the existing piston (before installing the unit) with the piston
supplied in Kit Bag when any:
• WLHA24 evaporator is matched with a S1CA8000 or S1HA8000 condenser which has
an 18,000 Btuh compressor (“8” in the capacity decoding field). The piston will need
relacement only on the 18,000 Btuh zone.*
Your EMI evaporator unit contains the appropriate piston for your model. Refer to this
document to determine if a change is required based on your condenser rating. If your
match is not listed below no piston change is required. (See chart below)
Proper Installation of Piston/Orifice Replacement
Evaporator
Model #
Evaporator
Condenser
Btuh
Factory installed
Piston/Orifice Size
Field Changeover
Piston/Orifice Size
WLHA24
S1CA8000
.059”
.053”
WLHA24
S1HA8000
.059”
.053”
* “8” in the capacity decoding field = 18,000 Btuh
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Refrigerant Processing
!
Warning
!
It is illegal to discharge
refrigerant into the atmosphere.
Use proper reclaiming methods
and equipment when installing or
servicing this unit.
Finish all pipe connecting before
proceeding to charging the system.
Follow the instructions in the outdoor
unit for line evacuation, opening service
valves, and final charge adjustments. Operation charts and charge tables can be
found in the EMI Condenser IOMs.
4. Braze tubing into fittings.
5. Attach manifold set.
manifold Vacuum Pump Micron Gage
Top discharge
condeser shown
Manifold Setup For Evacuation
1. Clean the ends of tubing and insert into
fittings.
6. Evacuate line to 500 microns or less to
ensure all moisture has been removed
and there are no leaks.
Top discharge condeser shown
2. Protect the valves by wrapping with a
wet rag "heat sink" before brazing.
heat sink
shield
Top discharge
condeser shown
7. Once certain of a good evacuation and
leak free joints, back-seat the valves
(counter-clockwise) to open and allow factory charge to fill lines and indoor unit.
Refer to Charts in condenser manual to
“fine tune” the refrigerant charge.
3. We recommend the use of a shield (can
be made from some scrap metal) to
protect the paint.
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WLCA30 & WLCA36 utilize a TXV (Thermo
Expansion Valve), which should be set at
10°F superheat.
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Refrigerant Processing
Top discharge
condeser shown
8. Charge to proper weight, charge
based on your feet of interconnect
(see below).
Note: Charging should be done with a
dial-a-charge or weighed in with a scale.
Refer to Refrigerant
Charge Table for
specified line charge.
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Refr -22
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Important Notes:
I. To find the charge adjustment and system charge for any evaporator and tubing length:
Line Adjustment = (Line Chg/Ft) x Line Length
System Total = Factory Charge + Line Adjustment
2. Round to the nearest ounce and allow for gauges and hoses.
3. Use R22 refrigerant.
Top Discharge REFRIGERANT CHARGE Chart
Circuit Capacity
Line Chg/Ft
Factory Charge
Ref.
09
.25 oz.
28 oz.
R-22
12
.25 oz.
30 oz.
R-22
18
.56 oz.
48 oz.
R-22
24
.56 oz.
60 oz.
R-22
S1CA REFRIGERANT CHARGE TABLE
Condenser
Evaporator Pairing
Line Chg/Ft
Factory Charge
S1CA9
WLHA09
.25 oz.
37 oz.
S1CA2
WLHA12
.25 oz.
40 oz.
S1CA8
WLHA24
.56 oz.
51 oz.
S1CA4
WLHA24
.56 oz.
65 oz.
S1CA3
WLCA30
.56 oz.
72 oz.
S1CA6
WLCA36
.56 oz.
90 oz.
S1HA (Heat Pump) REFRIGERANT CHARGE TABLE
Condenser
Evaporator Pairing
Line Chg/Ft
Factory Charge
S1HA9
WLHA09
.25 oz.
41 oz.
S1HA2
WLHA12
.25 oz.
44 oz.
S1HA8
WLHA24
.56 oz.
53 oz.
S1HA4
WLHA24
.56 oz.
67 oz.
Condenser
Evaporator Pairing
Line Chg/Ft
Factory Charge
S2CA99
WLHA09
.25 oz.
28 oz./ 28 oz.
S2CA22
WLHA12
.25 oz.
33 oz./ 33 oz.
S2CA92
WLHA09+WLHA12
.25 oz.
28 oz./ 33 oz.
S2CA REFRIGERANT CHARGE TABLE
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Reassembling the WLCA/WLHA cabinet
When satisfied that the system is leak free reinstall the bottom and left end cap in the precise
order shown below:
Ensure seam is tight.
1. Replace the bottom panal.
2. Fasten the right end
cap side first with the
Philips-head screw.
5. Once end cap is
properly seated
tighten the screw
as shown above.
6. Thighten bottom
end cap screw.
3. Next replace and
tighten the remaining screws
across the bottom panel.
4. Replace left
left end cap.
7. Replace the grille,
ensure it’s seated
properly on the
unit.
8. Tighten the top
scew on the left
end cap.
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Control User Interface instructions
Quick Guide – User interface Buttons
“MODE” button = select mode of operation, Cool,
Heat, Auto changeover (ACO), Dry or Fan mode.
“UP” arrow button = increase set
“TIMER” button = enter or exit
point temp., also = increment setSleep Timer mode.
tings in Config., Time Set + Prog.
modes.
“TIME” button = enter or exit Set
Time mode.
“ON/OFF” button press once =
unit on or off.
“PROG” button = enter or exit
“DOWN” arrow button = decrease
set point temp. also = decrement
settings in Config., Time Set + Prog.
modes.
Pre-prog. Run mode.
“fan” button = select fan speed,
High, Low or Auto.
“Fan/Louver”
button press & hold for 3 seconds = “Lou” on LCD, then up & down arrow = positions
Quick Guide – Configuration Mode
“FILTER CHECK” is flashing: press “MODE”
+ “FAN” buttons simultaneously for 3 sec. =
clear warning.
“Quick Copy” = 7-day prog. mode, press
“FAN” + “PROG” buttons simultaneously for 3
sec. to copy selected day to rest of week.
Test mode: in Off mode, press “ON/OFF” +
“PROG” + “TIME” buttons simultaneously for 3
sec. = Test mode. Press “ON/OFF” + “PROG”
+ “TIME” buttons simultaneously again = exit
Test mode.
7-day program: in Off or Run mode, press
“PROG” + “TIME” buttons simultaneously for
3 sec. = 7-Day Prog. mode. Press “PROG” +
“TIME” buttons again or if left idle for 20 sec. =
exit 7-Day prog. mode.
Configuration Mode: in Off mode, press
“MODE” + “PROG” buttons simultaneously
for 10 sec. = Config. mode. Press “MODE” +
“PROG” buttons again or if left idle for 20 sec. =
exit Config. mode.
User interface Buttons
ON/OFF
MODE
The “MODE” button allows
the selection of the mode of operation,
Cool, Heat, Auto changeover (ACO), Dry
or Fan mode.
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Pressing the “ON/OFF”
button once will switch the unit either on
or off.
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User interface Buttons
FAN
The “fan” button will select
the fan speed, High, Low or Auto. High
and low are constant fan speed settings
and can be selected in all modes except
Dry mode. In Dry mode, the fan will operate constantly at low speed. Auto fan
mode is not available in Fan (only), Dry
and Remote wall thermostat modes.
ver mode. To enter the louver mode press
and hold the Fan/Louver button for three
seconds. While in louver set mode the
word “Lou” will display on the LCD.
PROG
The “PROG” button is used
to enter or exit the Pre-program Run
mode. The Pre-program Run mode can
be entered while the control is in “Cool”,
“Heat” or “Auto” modes. Pre-program Run
mode can not be entered while in Dry,
Fan or Off modes. While the control is in
Pre-program Run mode the word “PROGRAM” will be displayed on the LCD.
When the “FILTER CHECK” indicator
warning is flashing on the LCD, pressing the
“MODE” and “FAN” buttons simultaneously
for three seconds will clear the warning.
TIME
The “TIME” button is used
to enter or exit the Set Time mode. The Set
Time mode can be entered while the control is in any mode including Off mode. To
enter the Set Time mode, press and hold
the “TIME” button in for three seconds. To
exit press the “TIME” button momentarily.
TIMER The “TIMER” button is used
to enter or exit the Sleep Timer mode.
Alternate button selections
Clear Filter
Quick Copy
While in 7-day programming mode, pressing the “FAN” and “PROG” buttons simultaneously for three seconds will copy the
selected day to the rest of the week.
7-day program
When the unit is either in the Off or Run
mode, pressing the “PROG” and “TIME”
buttons simultaneously for three seconds
will enter the 7-Day Programming mode.
Pressing the “PROG” and “TIME” buttons
again or if left idle for 20 seconds, will exit
the 7-Day program mode.
Up Arrow
Configuration Mode
The “UP” arrow button is used to increase
the set point temperature. Also, the “UP”
arrow button is used to increment settings
in the Configuration, Time Set, Program
and Louver Set modes.
When the unit is in the Off mode, pressing
the “MODE” and “PROG” buttons simultaneously for 10 seconds will enter the Configuration mode. Pressing the “MODE” and
“PROG” buttons again or if left idle for 20
seconds, will exit the Configuration mode.
Down Arrow
Test mode
The “DOWN” arrow button is used to decrease the set point temperature. Also,
the “DOWN” arrow button is used to decrement settings in the Configuration, Time
Set, Program and Louver Set modes.ns
When the unit is in the Off mode, pressing
the “ON/OFF”, “PROG” and “TIME” buttons simultaneously for three seconds will
enter Test mode. Pressing the “ON/OFF”,
“PROG” and “TIME” buttons simultaneously
again will exit Test mode
Louver
The Fan/Louver button is
used to enter the louver mode. The louver
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CAUTION: Do not cycle the unit on and
off repeatedly while in Test mode as this
will cause damage to the compressor. Do
not leave the unit in Test mode.
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Pressing the “ON/OFF” button once
will switch the unit either on or off. In the
Off mode, the LCD will display the time of
day and day of the week. In the On mode
the LCD display will also display the room
temperature and the mode of operation
Cool, Heat, Auto (Auto changeover), Dry
or Fan mode. While in the On mode, the
set point temperature will display momentarily with the push of any button except
the ON/OFF button.
the desired fan setting in all modes except
Dry mode. In Dry mode, the fan will operate constantly at low speed. The LCD will
indicate fan speed selection.
High and Low are constant fan settings.
The fan will operate continuous regardless
of set point or room temperatures. Auto
mode is for cycling fan operation.
Auto Fan mode can only be selected if
the unit is in Heat, Cool or Auto Changeover modes. In Auto Fan mode the fan
will cycle with the call for Heat or Cool.
Fan speed will be determined by the microprocessor and speed adjustment will
be made according to room and setpoint
temperatures. The fan will switch to High
speed when room temperature deviates by
more than two degrees from setpoint. The
fan will switch to Low speed if the deviation is one degree or less. When the room
temperature reaches setpoint temperature
the heat/cool call will then be dropped. The
fan will stay on for an additional 60 sec. to
purge unit of any residual energy.
If the Room Air Sampling feature has
been enabled in the Configuration mode
(see Configuration mode), after the fan
has been off for the selected time, it will
then cycle on for 60 seconds. The unit will
circulate room air to remove any temperature stratification by the unit so the microprocessor can determine an accurate
room temperature. After the 60 second
room air sample time has elapsed, and
if the setpoint temperature remains satisfied, the fan will cycle off.
When the unit is in Dry mode the fan
speed will remain constant at Low speed.
While the unit is in Fan mode, Auto is bypassed and only High or Low are available.
Mode of operation
Louver operation
Unit Mount Infrared
Control Operation
EMI Air Handlers are equipped with a unit
mount, infrared compatible control package. This user friendly, microprocessor
control is designed to optimize system
performance and protect the refrigeration
system from unwanted short cycling and
evaporator freeze-ups. Operation of the
unit can be made by either the keypad
on the unit or by using the optional
hand held infrared controller.
For unit mounted key pad operation
the control must be configured through
the Configuration mode. Be sure to select
Remote – OFF in the configuration menu.
(See Configuration mode)
Note: When power is first applied to the
control or after a power outage there is
a three minute delay before the compressor or electric heat will energize.
This is to protect the unit from short cycling due to loss of power.
On/Off
The “MODE” button allows the selection of the mode of operation, Cool,
Heat, Auto changeover (ACO). Dry or
Fan mode. In Fan mode either “HIGH” or
“LOW” will be displayed on the LCD.
Fan Operation
The indoor unit utilizes a two-speed
motor with three operational fan modes.
The FAN button will allow the selection of
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When the control is in the Off mode
the louver will remain in the closed position. When the unit is turned on via the ON/
OFF button the louver will open and operate according to the setting selected in the
Louver Configuration mode.
To enter the Louver Configuration
mode, press and hold the Fan/Louver
button in for three seconds. This will enter
the Louver Configuration mode and “Lou”
will display on the LCD. Pressing the Up
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or Down arrow buttons will allow selection
of six different fixed louver positions or
auto (oscillation) mode. The sequence is
01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 and Auto. Once the
desired setting is selected, press the Fan/
Louver button momentarily or let idle for
10 seconds to exit the louver set mode.
While the control is in the On mode,
the louver will remain in the selected
louver position. If Auto louver operation
is selected, the louver will oscillate only
when the fan is running. When the control
is turned off via the ON/OFF button the
louver will return to the closed position.
Cool Mode
For cooling operation first turn the unit
on via the ON/OFF button. Select Cool
mode via the MODE button. The room
temperature and set point temperature
will be displayed. The setpoint temperature can be changed with each successive press of the Up or Down arrow buttons or by holding the button in.
Place the setpoint temperature below
the room temperature. The compressor
will start and cooling will continue for a
minimum of two minutes and as long as
the setpoint remains below room temperature. Once the room temperature is satisfied for at least 60 seconds and the twominute minimum run time has elapsed
the compressor will cycle off. The fan will
operate as described in “Fan Operation”.
Note: Once the compressor is
switched off, or after a power outage
there is a three-minute delay before
the compressor will re-start.
Heat Mode
Optional Electric heat operation
(Non Heat pump condenser units only):
For operation with electric heat the
control must first be configured properly
(Heat source – “ON”, Heat pump – “OFF”).
See: Configuration Interface mode.
For electric heat operation, first turn the
unit on via the ON/OFF button. Then select Heat mode via the MODE button. The
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room temperature and setpoint temperature will be displayed. Press either the
Up or Down arrow buttons to change the
setpoint temperature. The setpoint temperature will change by one degree with
each successive press of the Up or Down
arrow buttons. Holding the button in will
change the temperature rapidly.
Place the setpoint temperature above
room temperature. The electric heat will
energize and heating will continue as
long as the setpoint remains above room
temperature. When the room temperature
has been satisfied for at least 60 seconds
and the two minute minimum on time has
expired, the electric heat will switch off.
The fan will operate as described in “Fan
Operation”.
Optional Heat pump with Electric
heat (2-stage heating):
For heat pump operation with electric
heat the control must first be configured
properly (Heat source – “ON”, Heat pump –
“ON”). See: Configuration Interface mode.
For heat pump operation with backup
electric heat, first turn the unit on via the
ON/OFF button. Then select Heat mode
via the Mode button.
The room temperature and setpoint
temperature will be displayed. Press either
the Up or Down arrow buttons to change
the setpoint temperature. The setpoint
temperature will change by one degree
with each successive press of the Up or
Down arrow buttons. Holding the button in
will change the temperature rapidly.
Place the setpoint temperature above
the room temperature by one degree. The
compressor will start and heating will continue for a minimum of two minutes and as
long as the setpoint remains above room
temperature. When the room temperature
has been satisfied for at least 60 seconds
and the minimum on time has elapsed,
the compressor will switch off. The fan will
operate as described in “Fan Operation”.
Next, place the setpoint temperature
above the room temperature by at least
two degrees. The compressor will start
and, the electric will also energize after a
30 second delay, thus two-stage heating.
The electric heat will run for a minimum
of two minutes and until the deviation
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between room temperature and setpoint
temperature is less than two degrees. At
that time the electric heat will switch off
and the heat pump (compressor) will take
over the heating demand. The electric
heater will not re-start until a three minute
delay has elapsed. Once the room temperature is satisfied and the two-minute
minimum run time has elapsed, the compressor will cycle off. The compressor will
not re-start until a three minute delay has
elapsed. The fan will operate as described
in “Fan Operation”.
perature by two degrees, heating will stop
and cooling will continue to bring the room
temperature back down to setpoint temperature. The fan will operate continuously at
low speed while in Dry Mode.
In order to prevent short cycling there
is a two minute minimum on time for both
cooling and heating. The minimum off time
is 3 minutes. Also there is a 30 second delay between the start of the compressor
and the start of the heat source.
Dry Mode
For Auto Changeover mode (ACO)
the unit must have a heat source. Also the
control must first be configured properly
(Heat source – “ON”). See: Configuration
Interface mode.
Auto Changeover mode will operate
either Cooling mode or Heating mode.
The control will select the mode of operation depending on the setpoint temperature, room temperature and the differential setting selected in the Configuration
mode (See Configuration mode).
For Auto Changeover mode, first turn
the unit on via the ON/OFF button. Select
Auto mode via the Mode button. The room
temperature and setpoint temperature will
be displayed. Press either the Up or Down
arrow buttons to change the setpoint temperature. The setpoint temperature will
change by one degree with each successive press of the Up or Down arrow buttons. Holding the button in will change the
temperature rapidly.
Place the setpoint temperature below the room temperature by the dead
band amount selected in the configuration mode. The compressor will start and
the unit will run cooling operation as described under “Cool Mode”.
If the set point temperature is above
the room temperature by the dead band
amount selected in the configuration
mode, the unit will run heating operation
as described under “Heat Mode”
For Dry mode operation the unit must
have an electric heater. Also the control
must first be configured properly (Heat
source – “ON”). See: Configuration Interface mode.
Dry mode will remove humidity from
the air while maintaining a specific setpoint
temperature. This is done by energizing the
compressor in cooling along with the electric
heater. Dry mode will not maintain a specific
humidity level. The unit must be equipped
with an optional electric heat element.
For Dry Mode operation, first turn the
unit on via the ON/OFF button. Select Dry
mode via the MODE button. The room
temperature and setpoint temperature will
be displayed. Press either the Up or Down
arrow buttons to change the setpoint temperature. The setpoint temperature will
change by one degree with each successive press of the Up or Down arrow buttons. Holding the button in will change the
temperature rapidly.
Place the setpoint temperature at a
desired room temperature. Depending on
the difference between room temperature
and setpoint temperature the compressor
and/or heat source will energize. If the
room temperature and setpoint temperature are the same the compressor will operate in cooling and the electric heat will
also energize.
Should the room temperature fall below the setpoint temperature by two degrees, the compressor will stop and heating
will continue to boost the room temperature
back up to setpoint temperature. If the room
temperature rises above the setpoint temWLCA/WLHA High Wall Evaporator
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Set Time Mode
The “TIME” button is used to enter
or exit the Set Time mode. The Set Time
mode can be entered while the control is in
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any mode including the Off mode. To enter the Set Time mode, press the “TIME”
button in for three seconds. Pressing
the “PROG” (NEXT) button will advance
to the next item. The order is (1) Day of
week, (2) Hour and (3) Minute. Pressing
the “MODE” (BACK) button will return to
the previous item. The time of day and
day of week can be changed using the up
or down arrow buttons.
When the “TIME” button is pressed
again or left idle for 20 seconds, the control shall save the new settings and return
to the previous mode.
7-Day Programming mode
The 7-day programming mode is used
to store the settings for the Pre-program
Run mode.
When the unit is in either the Off or Run
mode, the 7-Day Programming mode can
be entered by pressing the “PROG” and
“TIME” buttons simultaneously for three
seconds. When the “PROG” and “TIME”
buttons are pressed simultaneously again
or left idle for 20 seconds, the control shall
save the new settings and return to the
previous interface mode.
While in the 7-Day programming mode,
use the up or down arrows to change the
time, temperature or period settings. Use
the “MODE” (BACK) or “PROG” (NEXT)
buttons to select the mode to be changed.
Settings for (1) Day of week, (2) Period of day, (3) Hour, (4), Minute, (5) Cool
setpoint temperature, (6) Heat setpoint
temperature and (7) Auto setpoint temperature can be entered.
Quick Copy
Quick copy is a feature of the 7-day
programming mode. It is used to copy the
settings of any day to the rest of the week.
While in 7-day programming, select the
day to be copied. Then, press the “FAN”
and “PROG” buttons simultaneously for
three seconds. The selected day will be
copied to the rest of the week.
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Manual run
This is normal operating (non pre-program run) mode. Settings for temperature,
mode and fan speed are selected by the
user and will not change with the passing
of time. The word “PROGRAM” does NOT
display on the LCD.
Pre-programmed run mode
This feature allows the setpoint temperature to be changed according to the
pre-programmed set point and time of day
settings. The setpoint and time settings
are programmed into the control through
the 7-day programming interface.
The Pre-programmed Run mode can
be entered from Cool, Heat or Auto modes
only. Pre-programmed run mode cannot be entered from Dry or Fan modes.
Pressing the “PROG” button momentarily will enter or exit the Pre-program run
mode. The word “PROGRAM” will appear
in the LCD display. Then, with the passing of time, the setpoint will change to the
programmed setting at the time selected.
Filter Check
To aid in filter maintenance, the microprocessor will keep track of the units run
time. Then, after the filter check time has
elapsed, a “FILTER CHECK” warning will
appear the LCD display. The filter check
time is selectable through the configuration mode. Available settings are 250,
500, 750, 1000, and 1250 hours. Also if
four evaporator freeze ups occur within a
24 hour period, (See fault condition E03)
the filter check indicator will appear.
After filter maintenance has been performed, press the “MODE” and “FAN” buttons simultaneously for three seconds to
clear the filter check warning.
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Room Air Sampling
Configuration Mode
In the auto (cycling) fan mode Room
Air Sampling will automatically cycle the
fan on for a minimum of 60 seconds, with
the control in the satisfied state, to periodically circulate room air. Room air stratification is therefore minimized due to the
fan being off for long periods of time so
that the microprocessor may accurately
track room temperature.
Room air sampling must be selected
through the configuration mode. Selectable sampling times are: “OFF” (disabled),
5 min, 10 min, and 15 min.
While the unit is in the Off mode,
pressing the “MODE” and “PROG” buttons simultaneously for 10 seconds will
enter the Configuration mode. While in
Configuration mode, pressing the MODE”
and “PROG” buttons simultaneously
again or left idle for 20 seconds, will save
the new settings and exit the Configuration mode.
The following table specifies the user selectable settings in the Configuration mode:
Table #1 – Configuration Mode
Setting Item
LCD Title
Display
1
Temperature scale
“01 F-C”
2
Remote wall thermostat mode
(pg. 21)
“02 r – t”
3
Heat Source (pg. 17)
Heat pump (This setting is
skipped if Heat source setting
is “Off”)(pg.17)
“04 H-P”
5
Auto-changeover differential
(This setting is skipped if Heat
source setting is “Off”or if
remote setting is “On”)(pg.18)
“05 d-b”
7
Check filter time (pg.19)
Room air sampling (pg. 20)
8
Annunciation (pg. 23)
9
LCD Backlight (pg. 23)
“F”
Fahrenheit
“C”
Celsius
“06 F:Lt”
“07 A:r”
“08 b-P”
“09 L:tE”
Factory
Settings
“F”
“ON”
Remote wall thermostat on
“OFF
Remote wall thermostat off
“ON”
Heat source available
“ON” If El.
heat
“OFF”
Not available
“OFF” If no
El. Ht.
“ON”
Heat pump available
“OFF”
Not available
“03 HEAT”
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6
Possible Value
(Flashing)
Between “2° – 6°”
“2”
250 hours
“5”
500 hours
“7”
750 hours
“10”
1000 hours
“12”
1250 hours
“OFF”
Disabled
“5”
5 minutes
“10”
10 minutes
“15”
15 minutes
“ON”
Enabled
“OFF”
Disabled
“ON”
Always on
“In”
Intermittent
“OFF”
Always off
“OFF”
“OFF”
“2”
“10”
“15”
“ON””
“In
Louver position (pgs. 16 & 17)
“Lou”
01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 and Auto
“01”
Test Mode (pgs. 16 & 22)
“tSt”
“tSt”
Off
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Sleep timer
The sleep timer feature allows the
user, with the push of a single button, to
have the unit switch off using the preset timer. When the control is in the “On” mode,
pressing the “TIMER” will enter or exit the
Sleep Timer mode. When in Sleep Timer
mode, the word “TIMER” will appear on the
LCD display. The unit will continue to operate for thirty (30) minutes then switch off.
Test mode
To enter Test mode the control must
first be in the Off mode. Then by pressing the “ON/OFF”, “PROG” and “TIME”
buttons simultaneously for three seconds
the unit will enter the Test mode. While in
Test mode the display will flash “tSt” periodically. The operation of the unit can
be checked without having to wait out the
delays. To exit the Test mode press the
“ON/OFF”, “PROG” and “TIME” buttons
simultaneously again or by cycling off the
main power to the control.
Test mode is a feature where by all
timers are reduced or eliminated. Test
mode is intended to aid the technician
while checking system operation after installation or during trouble shooting. Test
mode is not intended for the end user or
for normal operation. Also test mode is
not available while in Remote Wall Thermostat mode”.
CAUTION: Do not cycle the unit
on and off repeatedly while in Test
mode as this will cause damage to
the compressor. Do not leave the
unit in Test mode
Sequence of Operation – Wall mounted thermostat mode
For Wall mounted thermostat operation the control must be configured
through the Configuration mode. Be sure
to select Remote – ON in the configuration menu. (See Configuration mode)
In Remote Thermostat mode the unit
mounted keypad will have limited capability. Some of the buttons will not be operable. Only the FAN and TIME buttons will
function. The ability to clear the FILTER
CHECK warning will also be available by
pressing the MODE and FAN buttons simultaneously.
Choosing a Thermostat:
EMI offers several remote thermostats
that are compatible with the Ductless split
system air handlers. See the latest price
list for a list of available thermostats. It is
important to choose a thermostat that will
match the equipment that you have selected. For single stage cooling or hearting choose a single stage Heat/Cool thermostat. If you have selected an outdoor
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heat pump unit and an indoor unit with
electric heat then chose a two-stage heating, single-stage cooling thermostat.
Selecting a thermostat “by others”
When selecting a thermostat other than
those offered by EMI, it is important to
choose a 24V thermostat that matches
your application. EMI equipment is compatible with most mercury bulb, digital or
power steeling thermostats.
Cooling only:
Select a thermostat that is compatible
with a cooling system. The thermostat
should have “R”, “Y” and “G” terminals
and may also have a “C” terminal.
Cooling only with Electric Heat:
Select a thermostat that is compatible
with a cooling - electric heat system. The
thermostat should have “R”, “Y”, “W” and
“G” terminals. The thermostat may also
have a “C” terminal.
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Heat Pump with Electric Heat:
Select a thermostat that is compatible
with a single stage cooling, two-stage
heat, heat pump system. The thermostat
should have “R”, “Y”, “O”, “W (or W2)”
and “G” terminals. The thermostat may
also have a “C” terminal. If the indoor unit
is not equipped with electric heat then a
single stage heat pump thermostat is adequate.
Fan Operation
The indoor unit utilizes a two-speed motor. The FAN button will allow the selection
of the desired fan speed setting (High or
Low). The wall thermostat will control the
call for fan operation (On or Off) through
the low volt terminals “R” and “G”.
After the room thermostat has been satisfied and the call for fan has been removed, the indoor fan to remain on for
an additional 60 seconds. This increases
efficiency by pulling the remaining energy
from the unit.
Some thermostats are equipped with an
“AUTO/ON” fan switch. When this switch
is placed in the “ON” position the indoor
fan will run continuous. When the switch
is in the “AUTO” position the indoor fan will
cycle with the call for heating or cooling.
Cooling operation:
The wall thermostat will control the call for
cooling operation (On or Off) through the
low volt terminals “R” and “Y”. After connecting the thermostat to the unit, place
the system switch in Cool mode. Adjust
the set-point temperature below the room
temperature. The compressor and fan
motors will start and cooling will begin.
Next, place the set-point temperature
above the room temperature. The outdoor
condenser will stop. The fan will operate
as described in Fan Operation.
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Note: Once the cooling has cycled off
or following a power outage, the compressor will not start for at least three
minutes (See Short Cycle Protection).
Electric heat operation:
For remote thermostat operation with
electric heat the control must first be
configured properly (Remote – ON, Heat
source – “ON”). See: Configuration Interface mode.
The wall thermostat will control the call for
electric heat operation (On or Off) through
the low volt terminals “R” and “W”. After
connecting the thermostat to unit, place
the system switch in Heat mode. Adjust
the set-point temperature above the room
temperature. The electric heat will energize along with the indoor fan motor. Heating will continue so long as the set-point
remains above room temperature. Next,
place the set-point temperature below
room temperature. The Electric heater will
switch off and the indoor fan will remain
on for an additional sixty seconds.
Note: Once the heating has cycled off
or following a power outage, the heating will not resume for at least three
minutes (See Short Cycle Protection).
Optional Heat pump with Electric
heat (2-stage heating):
For remote thermostat operation for two
stage heating including a heat pump
condenser and indoor electric heat, the
control must first be configured properly
(Remote – ON, Heat source – “ON”). See:
Configuration Interface mode.
The wall thermostat will control the call for
electric heat operation (On or Off) through
the low volt terminals “R” and “W” for
compressor (heat pump) heating through
terminals “R” and “Y”. After connecting the
two stage heating thermostat to the unit,
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place the system switch in Heat mode.
Adjust the set-point temperature above
the room temperature. The compressor and fan motors will start and heating
will begin. Depending on the thermostat
selected, electric heat will also energize
when the deviation between room temperature and set point temperature is high
enough to call for second stage heating.
(See the thermostat owner’s manual for
this feature) Place the set-point temperature below the room temperature. The
outdoor condenser and electric heat will
stop while the indoor fan will remain on for
an additional sixty seconds.
Other Features
Short Cycle Protection (ASCT):
The electronic control incorporates an
anti-short cycle timer (ASCT) feature designed to protect the compressor from
short cycling. The ASCT is activated immediately following the off cycle of the
outdoor unit. Once the room temperature
is satisfied and the outdoor unit switches
off, the ASCT will not allow the outdoor to
restart unit a three-minute time period has
elapsed.
This feature will prevent the compressor and heat source from rapid re-starts.
Once switched off, including following a
power outage, the compressor or heat
source shall not re-start for a minimum of
three minutes.
Staggered Start protection:
Designed for systems with electric heat,
in heat pump and dry modes the staggered start feature will prevent the compressor and electric heater from starting
simultaneously. There is a thirty-second
delay between the start of the compressor and start of the electric heater while in
Dry mode and Heat pump mode.
Minimum run time:
Once started, the minimum on time prevents either the compressor or heat
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source from cycling off prematurely. The
minimum ON time for both the compressor
and electric heat is two minutes. Minimum
on time is available only while the control
is configured for Unit mounted keypad operation. Minimum on times are disables
while in Remote thermostat mode.
LCD Back Light:
The LCD display can be illuminated using
the LCD back light feature. The selectable
settings are “Off”, “On”, and “Intermittent”
and can be set in the Configuration mode.
By selecting “Off” the backlight will remain
off at all times. By selecting “On” the backlight will remain on at all times including
while in the Off mode interface. If “Intermittent” is selected, the backlight will remain for 10 seconds after the push of any
button while the control is in the On mode
or after the push of the “ON/OFF” button
while in the Off mode interface.
Drain Pan Sensor:
The drain pan sensors monitor the condensate level in each of the units drain
pans. Should the water in either pan
reach a critical level, the monitor will automatically signal the main control unit. The
controls microprocessor will in turn switch
off the condensing unit for a minimum of
three minutes and until the fault condition has been cleared, to prevent further
condensate production. A fault code “E02”
will then flash on the controls LCD display
and will automatically reset once the fault
condition is cleared.
Annunciation:
The unit is equipped with an annunciation
feature where by the control will beep providing the user with audio feedback confirming that the microprocessor has received its
commands. The annunciation feature must
be activated in the Configuration mode. The
selections are “Off” and “On”. If “Off” is selected, annunciation will remain off. If “On”
is selected then annunciation will beep with
the push of any button in the On mode or
with the push of the “ON/OFF” button while
in the Off mode interface.
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Note: While in Remote thermostat
mode (see configuration), only the
“FAN” and “TIME” buttons are activated and will beep when pressed.
Memory Backup:
In the event of a power failure the control will
retain all of it’s settings including the mode
of operation. When power is restored, after
a three minute time delay, the control will return to the mode of operation that it was in
prior to the power failure.
Fault conditions
Room air sensor fault:E01
If the room air sensor is disconnected,
damaged or malfunctions the LCD display
will flash error code “E01” to signify that
a fault has occurred. Operation will continue with the control using the last known
value for the room air sensor.
Condensate fault: E02
If the control senses a condensate fault
condition either through the optional condensate pumps safety switch or the drain
pan sensors, the LCD display will flash
error code “E02”. The compressor will
switch off for a minimum of three minutes
and until the fault condition is corrected.
ID coil sensor fault: E03
The indoor coil sensor monitors the temperature of the indoor coil. If a freeze
condition exists continuously for three
minutes, the LCD will display error code
“E03” to signify that a fault has occurred.
The compressor will switch off for a minimum of three minutes and until the fault
condition is corrected. Also, if the microprocessor detects an evaporator freeze
condition four times within a 24 hour period, the filter check indicator will appear.
INFRARED Remote Control Option
Operational range 55- 90° F (in 1° increments.)
Pressing the “+” will increase
the set point temperature setting.
Pressing the “-“ button will decrease the setpoint temperature
setting.
Power
Pressing the “POWER” button will
turn the unit On or Off.
AUTO
Pressing the “AUTO” button will
place the unit in Auto changeover
mode.
Dry
Figure 6
Pressing the “DRY” button will
place the unit in Dry Mode.
FAN SPEED
FAN
Pressing the “FAN SPEED” button will scroll the unit through fan
the fan speed selection. The sequence is High, Low and Auto.
Pressing the “FAN” button will
place the unit in fan mode.
HEAT
Louver
Pressing the “HEAT” button will
place the unit in Heat mode.
Pressing the “LOUVER” button
will enter the Louver Configuration mode. While in Louver Configuration mode, each successive
press of the louver button will scroll
through the louver positions. After
idle for 10 seconds, the control
will exit the Louver Configuration
mode.
COOL
Pressing the “COOL” button will
place the unit in Cool mode.
Note: Batteries Included.
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Optional Hand Held Controller programming
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Thursday
 
 
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Auto
Temp
Heat
Time
Cool
Temp
Auto
Time
Cool
Heat
Auto
Cool
Heat
Time
Tuesday
Monday
Auto
Temp
Cool
Heat
Time
Night
Evening
Day
Morning
 
 
 
 
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Programming schedule
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To copy the settings from any day to the entire week:
1) Select the day to be copied.
2) Simultaneously press the “Fan” and “Prog” buttons for three seconds.
Initial Start-up
Operation of the unit depends on the room temperature. It may be necessary to warm
the room before testing the unit’s cooling abilities.
WLCA/WLHA Preperation
for Start-Up
• Remove any tools or other obstructions
• Be sure the filter is in place
• Verify that the unit is level
• separate any lines that contact each other
• replace the cabinet end cap and the
grille front of the unit
Start-Up and the operating instructions in
Control Operation Section, thermostat,
unit mount or remote.)
Note: check the outdoor unit’s startup instructions for specific requirements and procedures.
Test each power and circuit connection before powering up the system. Use
the unit mounted electronic thermostat controls to start the system. (Refer to the Initial
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Test Unit Performance Data sheet
The Test Unit Performance Data sheet
below is provided for use by a qualified
service professional in the event that there
is a problem with the unit. In order for our
Technical Service Department to better
serve you, please complete and have
this information ready when calling. Make
sure to include the Model Number, Serial
Number, Date of installation.
Call our Technical Support Department
@ 1-800-228-9364.
Test Unit Performance Data
Date:
Model Number
Technician:
Serial Number
Mode:
Indoor Section
Cooling
Notes
Evaporator Entering Air - DB
Evaporator Entering Air - WB
Evaporator Leaving Air - DB
Evaporator Leaving Air - WB
Outdoor Section
Entering Air
Leaving Air
Temperature Split
Operating Pressures
Compressor Suction - PSIG
Compressor Discharge - PSIG
Power Input
Compressor - Volts
Compressor - Amps
OD Fan Motor - Volts
OD Fan Motor - Amps
ID Fan Motor - Volts
ID Fan Motor - Amps
Total Volts
Total Amps
Temperatures - Degrees F°
Compressor Suction
Compressor Discharge
Liquid Out Cond.
Liquid before Expansion
Suction out Evaporator
Capacity Calculations
DB - Temp Split at evap.
Test Summary
Compressor Superheat
Sub Cooling
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MAINTENANCE and Troubleshooting procedure
MAINTENANCE
!
Warning
a) To vacuum: Use a brush attachment
and vacuum all visible dirt.
!
Turn the power off to the unit before servicing or cleaning.
Service should be performed by a
qualified service agency and an annual
system check is recommended. EMI units
are designed and constructed for reliability
and long life with minimal maintenance. To
insure peak operating efficiency:
1. Clean air filter on a monthly basis or
when it is visibly dirty*:
a) The filter is accessed by removing
the front air intake access grille:
• Lift and remove grille
b) Or use a garden hose: Follow steps
1 and 2 then hose filter off. Let filter
dry before replacing.
*Allowing dust to collect on the filter will
result in reduction of air flow and cause
the unit to lose efficiency. This condition
will cause the unit to malfunction.
3. Replace filters and grille before running
unit.
2. To clean the filter pull open the 2 clips
at the base of the filter and carefully pull
the filter out. Place the filter on a flat
surface.
Close-up of filter clip
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MAINTENANCE and Troubleshooting procedure
MAINTENANCE
4. Vacuum dust from the return air grille and
coil surface when cleaning the filter.
5. The unit may be wiped with a damp cloth
when needed.
Note: Do not run the unit without the
filter or the grille.
Troubleshooting
EMI Air handlers with
Unit Mount Infrared Controls
!
Warning
!
All service should be performed by a
qualified service technician. Before
removing access panels or control
covers to expose moving parts of
non-insulated live electrical components for service, disconnect all high
volt power supplies to both the indoor
unit and outdoor unit. Failure to do so
could result in physical injury and/or
electrical shock.
When trouble-shooting the indoor unit,
please refer to the wiring diagram that is
supplied with the equipment. It is located on
the inside surface of the left end cap. (Also
refer to Locate Electrical Wiring section
in the front of this instruction.) If you are
unable to locate the wiring diagram please
feel free to call the factory technical service
line at (800) 228-9364 and one can be faxed
or mailed. Please have the full model and
serial number available prior to calling.
EMI America Series evaporators are
designed to operate with EMI America
Series condensers. The evaporator (indoor
unit) and condenser (outdoor unit) are to be
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independently connected to the electrical
service panel and protected by separate
time delay fuse or HACR breakers. (See the
unit name plate for the correct breaker type
and size). The indoor and outdoor units are
also connected to each other via a 24V interconnect wiring. a transformer provides the
low volt power source for the controls. The
number of low volt interconnect conductors
will be two to six depending on heating options and or thermostat selection. Interconnect wire should be at least 18 awg. Refer to
the unit wiring diagram for the interconnect
diagram that matches your system.
Figure 1A
Not used
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Troubleshooting procedure Continued
Figure 1B
Figure 2 C
Not used
Power supply check
Figure 2 A
Figure 2 B
When trouble shooting any EMI product, it is important to first check the rating
plate for proper field voltage and breaker
size. Secondly using a voltmeter check the
incoming power supply to see that it agrees
with the rating plate. The incoming power
should not exceed the nameplate voltage.
Also, the incoming power should not be
below the minimum voltage stated on the
rating plate (197V for units rated 208/230V
and 104V for units rated 115V).
A check for low voltage power should
also be made. By placing a voltmeter
across low volt terminals “R” and “C” at
the indoor unit, there should be a reading
of 24V.
Test Mode is available for unit mounted
control configuration only. Use of test mode
can aid in the functional check of the unit.
It can also be a helpful tool when trouble
shooting to solve a problem.
To enter test mode, while the unit is in
off mode, press “On/Off”, “Prog” and
“Time” buttons simultaneously for three
seconds. To exit press again or remove
power to the unit. While in test mode all
timers are shortened.
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Troubleshooting procedure Continued
! CAUTION !
While in test mode, all timers are
eliminated. Avoid short cycling the
compressor. After system checks
are complete, the control must be returned to normal operation. DO NOT
LEAVE THE SYSTEM IN TEST
MODE!
Low volt controls
Cooling Only Units
Cooling only units utilize low volt
interconnecting wires between the indoor
unit, outdoor units and thermostat. For air
handlers with unit mounted controls, wires
(WLCA/WLHA) designated “Y” (yellow) and
“C” (brown) of the indoor air handler should
be connected to the corresponding “Y”
(yellow) and “C” (brown) wires or terminals
of the outdoor condenser. Other wires or
terminals such as “R”(red) or “O” (orange)
may not be needed and should be protect
by a wire nut from making contact with the
junction box or other metal surfaces.
Refer to low volt interconnect diagram
interconnect diagram figure 1 for unit
mounted controls and figure 2 for remote
thermostat connection.
A 24V transformer located in the indoor
air handler unit provides low volt control
power to both the indoor air handler and
outdoor condenser. The 24v power supply
can be measured by placing a meter across
the “R” and “C” low volt terminals of the
air handler. The air handler will switch on
and off the condenser through the yellow
(Y) wire. When the air handler is calling for
cooling, 24V can be measured between
terminals (wires) Y and C.
Electric Heat
Units with electric heat utilize a control
relay located on the circuit board in the
control box. As a safety feature, an auto
resetting limit switch located on the heater
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end plate or on the heater assembly will
interrupt power to the heater should an
over-heat condition occur. Each electric
heat assembly is also equipped with a one
time fuse link (if trigered a new fuse link is
required). Should electric heat temperatures
rise above the auto resetting limit switch, a
non-resetting, one time fuse link will open
and the heater will remain off.
The following current values apply
when the unit is connected to a 230V power
supply. These values include fan motor current. If the supply power is different, this will
in turn affect the amp draw of the heater.
5kw = 22.3 amps, 4kw = 18 amps,
3kw = 13.5 amps.
Optional Heat pump
with Electric Heat
Heat pump units with electric heat utilize
four to six interconnecting, low volt wires
depending control setup and/or thermostat
selected. Refer to the low volt interconnect
section and figures 1 & 2 for your particular
unit. a 24V transformer located in the indoor
air handler provides low volt control power
to both the air handler and condenser. With
high volt power supplied to the condenser,
24v can be measured across the red (R)
and brown (C) wires at all times.
Cooling: The air handler will cycle
the condenser on and off through the
yellow (Y) wire. To check for a condenser
signal, select cooling mode on the indoor
unit or thermostat and place the set-point
temperature below room temperature.
Then, with a voltmeter check for 24 volts
across the yellow (Y) and brown (C) wires.
If no signal is found then re-check all wiring
connections to ensure that they match the
low Volt interconnect diagram. Check the
output of the 24v transformer (located in
the air handler) to ensure that the control
voltage is present.
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Optional Heat pump
with Electric Heat
Continued
EMI heat pump systems utilize a reversing
valve is that is energized in the cooling
mode. The reversing-valve signal is provided
through the orange (O) low volt wire of the
air handler or thermostat. It should remain
energized constantly as long as the indoor
unit or thermostat remains in cooling mode.
To check for 24v reversing valve voltage, at
the outdoor unit, place a voltmeter across
the brown (C) and orange (O) wires while
in the cooling mode.
heating: Heat pump units can
accommodate two-stage heating when
an optional electric strip heater is present
along with a heat pump condenser. The
first stage being the compressor and the
second is electric heat. The air handler or
wall thermostat will cycle the condenser
through the yellow (Y) wire as it does
in cooling however the reversing valve
will not be energized. To check for a
condenser signal, place the indoor unit or
wall thermostat in heating. Next place the
set-point temperature one degree above
room temperature to call the first stage of
heating. Then, with a voltmeter check for
24 volts across the yellow (Y) and brown
(C) wires at the condenser. The electric
heat should be off at this point. Select a
set-point temperature that is more than
two degrees above the room temperature
to call for the second stage of heating. The
electric heat should energize along with
the 24v compressor signal between “Y”
and “C”. Check to see that the amp draw
corresponds with the electric heat rating.
The following current values apply
when the unit is connected to a 230V power
supply. These values include indoor fan motor current. If the supply power is different,
this will affect the amp draw of the heater.
Units with electric heat utilize a control
relay located on the circuit board in the
control box. As a safety feature, an auto
resetting limit switch located on the heater
end plate or on the heater assembly will
interrupt power to the heater should an overheat condition occur. Each electric heat
assembly is also equipped with a one time
fuse link. Should electric heat temperatures
rise above the auto resetting limit switch, a
non-resetting, one time fuse link will open
and the heater will remain off (to restart a
new fuse link is required).
Units with Condensation Pumps
EMI Air Handlers are available with an
optional condensate pump. Condensate
pumps are recommended when it is not
possible to gravity drain the condensation
from the indoor unit. Depending on the
pump manufacture the maximum lift for the
pump will vary. Consult the pump instructions for the maximum lift for the particular
pump being used.
Condensation generated by the evaporator will collect in the pumps’ reservoir.
When the water level is high enough, a float
switch will close and energize the pump
motor clearing the water from the reservoir.
Should for any reason the water exceed the
maximum preset level, a safety switch will
open, there by interrupting the (Y) signal to
the condenser. This will prevent the evaporator from generating more condensation
and spilling out of the unit.
5kw = 22.3 amps, 4kw = 18 amps,
3kw = 13.5 amps.
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Troubleshooting procedure Continued
Frequently asked questions
Q: The system has just been installed using an EMI indoor unit and a non-EMI
condenser. There is no display and the
unit will not operate.
A: EMI air handlers are manufactured with
a low volt transformer installed. When
connecting an EMI evaporator to a nonEMI condenser, check to ensure that
there is no 24v control transformer in
the outdoor unit. Only one transformer
is required. If both the indoor unit and
outdoor unit contain a transformer, one
must be removed from the system.
Q: The condenser will not start although
the indoor unit appears normal. What
should I do?
A: At the indoor unit, make sure that the
control is in cooling and the setpoint
temperature is below room temperature.
Next, using a volt meter, check for 24v
across the yellow (Y) and brown (C)
wires. If 24v is present then check for
wiring breaks or improper connections
between the indoor and outdoor units.
A: Some EMI condensers are equipped
with a manual reset high-pressure
switch. It is located on the high side of
the refrigerant system usually on the
discharge line of the compressor. To
reset, simply push the red button in. If
the switch was tripped there will be a
“click” when it resets.
A: If the unit is equipped with a condensate
pump check to see if the safety float
has been tripped. This can be done by
first disconnecting both ends of the float
switch. Then with an Ohmmeter, check
for continuity across the switch. If the
switch is open then the pump is not
clearing or the switch may be bad.
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Q: The display on the indoor unit is blank.
What should I do?
A: Check the power supply (see “Power
supply check” Section). If the unit still
fails to turn on via the On/off button
then inspect the control box for any
apparent wires that may have come
loose during shipping. Also inspect the
circuit boards for burnt components. If
no obvious problem can be found then
replace all circuit boards including the
unit keypad. Do not attempt to trouble
shoot the individual circuit boards.
Q: The display tends to flicker at times. Is
this normal?
A: A small amount of flickering of the display is normal. Depending on the room
lighting, flickering may be noticeable at
some times more than others.
Q: How long will the fan run?
A: While the unit is in cooling or heating
and auto fan mode is selected, Fan
speed will be determined by the microprocessor and speed adjustment will be
made according to room and setpoint
temperatures. The fan will switch to
High speed when room temperature
deviates by more than two degrees
from setpoint. The fan will switch to Low
speed if the deviation is one degree.
When the room temperature reaches
setpoint temperature the heat/cool call
is dropped. The fan will then stay on for
an additional 60 seconds to purge unit
of any residual energy. If High or Low
is selected then the fan will operate
continuous regardless of set point or
room temperatures.
Q: What causes my indoor unit to freeze-up?
A: Evaporator freeze up is usually the
symptom of another problem. Units with
infrared compatible, unit mounted controls are equipped with freeze protection
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Frequently asked questions Continued
to prevent freeze up from occurring. If
freeze up does occur then check the
following.
• Is the equipment being operated
in cooling mode when outdoor
temperatures are below 60°F? If it
is, then the condenser should be
fitted with low ambient control so
that the proper system pressures
are maintained.
• Check that the freeze sensor located
in the lowest part of the coil. Generally
this is where freeze up will begin.
• Check that the freeze sensor inserted
fully and snug in the coil fin. If not
another location may need to be
selected. Be careful not to insert the
sensor directly into the coil tube rather
insert the sensor between two tubes.
• Does the system have the proper
refrigerant charge? A system low
on refrigerant can cause evaporator
freeze-up. To check system charge
you will need to contact a qualified
refrigeration service technician.
Refrigerant charge information can
be found in IOM for the outdoor
condensing unit.
• Check the indoor air filter. It should
be clean and free of dirt. A dirty filter
will reduce airflow and efficiency.
Also check that the coil is clean.
If the coil is dirty then it should be
cleaned using an appropriate coil
cleaner or mild detergent.
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WLCA/WLHA HIGH WALL EVAPORATOR Specifications and dimensions
NOTE: Due to EMI’s ongoing development programs,
design and specifications may change without notice.
B
A
C
5 ¼”
D
1 ½”
2”
4 ⅜”
E
WLCA/WLHA PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS
“E”
“D”
Mounting
Tubing
Depth Height Length Bracket
Access
Clearance Clearance
“A”
Model
“B”
“C”
WLHA09
9 ⅞”
15 ¼”
38 ½”
24”
26 ½”
WLHA12
9 ⅞”
15 ¼”
38 ½”
24”
26 ½”
WLHA24
9 ⅞”
15 ¼”
48 ½”
34”
36 ½”
WLCA30
9 ⅞”
15 ¼”
58 ½”
44”
46 ½”
WLCA36
9 ⅞”
15 ¼”
58 ½”
44”
46 ½”
WLCA/WLHA
Shipping Weight
WLCA/WLHA OBSERVED
SOUND VALUES *
(230V High Speed Fan)
Model
lbs.
WLHA09
58.00
Model
dBA
WLHA12
60.25
09/12
45
WLHA24
66.20
18/24
56
WLCA30
90.10
30/36
60
WLCA36
91.10
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WLCA/WLHA HIGH WALL EVAPORATOR Specifications
WLCA/WLHA ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL
#
FAN
RLA
VOLTS/HZ/PH
HEATER
AMPS
K.W.
HP
TOTAL
AMPS
MIN
VOLT
M.C.A.
HACR
BRKR
SMALL CABINET 09/12
09/12
115/60/1
0.64
0.02
–
115/60/1
0.64
0.02
0.75
–
208/230/60/1
0.34
0.02
–
208/230/60/1
0.34
0.02
3.00
6.50
–
0.64
104
0.8
15
7.14
104
8.9
15
0.34
197
0.4
15
13.04 13.38
197
16.7
20
MEDIUM CABINET 18/24
24
115/60/1
1.20
0.083
–
115/60/1
1.20
0.083
0.75
–
115/60/1
1.20
0.083
1.25
208/230/60/1
0.56
0.070
–
208/230/60/1
0.56
0.070
208/230/60/1
0.56
0.070
1.20
104
1.5
15
7.72
104
9.7
15
10.90 12.10
6.52
104
15.1
20
0.56
197
0.7
15
3.00
13.04 13.60
197
17.0
20
5.00
21.74 22.30
197
27.9
30
–
LARGE CABINET 30/36
30/36
208/230/60/1
0.80
1/10
–
208/230/60/1
0.80
1/10
5.00
0.80
197
1.0
15
21.74 22.54
–
197
28.2
30
WLCA/WLHA
Interconnecting-Line Size
DISCHARGE AIR SPEED AND FLOW @ 230V
Model
High
CFM
Low
CFM
Coil
FPM
Throw/
Ft.
09/12
400
350
Dry
900
15
18/24
750
675
Dry
1,225
25
30/36
1,100
900
Dry
1,250
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System
Liquid Suction Condensate
Capacity
O.D.
O.D.
I.D.
Btuh
09
1/4”
1/2”
1/2”
12
1/4”
1/2”
1/2”
18
3/8”
5/8” *
1/2”
24
3/8”
3/4”
1/2”
30
3/8”
3/4” **
1/2”
36
3/8”
3/4” **
1/2”
* WLCA/WLHA Suction Connection size is 3/4” O.D.
and must bush down at the WLCA/WLHA Unit.
** WLCA Suction Connection size is 5/8” O.D. a
factory supplied kit is provided to transition to 3/4”
O.D. interconnect.
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WLCA/WLHA System Options
NOTE: Due to EMI’s ongoing development programs, design and specifications
may change without notice.
WLCA/wlhA
S2CA
Side Discharge
S1CA/S1HA
Side Discharge
Cooling Systems with Wall Units
Condenser
Wall Unit
Btuh
SEER
SHR
EER
Ref.
S1CA9
WLHA09
9,000
13.0
.79
11.8
R22
S1CA2
WLHA12
12,000
13.0
.74
12.9
R22
S1CA8
WLHA24
18,000
13.0
.78
13.0
R22
S1CA4
WLHA24
24,000
13.0
.70
12.5
R22
S1CA3
WLCA36
30,000
13.0
.72
12.6
R22
S1CA6
WLCA36
33,600
13.0
.69
12.1
R22
Heat pumps System Options with Wall Units
Condenser
Wall Unit
S1HA9
WLHA09
S1HA2
WLHA12
S1HA8
WLHA24
S1HA4
WLHA24
Cooling
Btuh
Heating
Btuh
SEER
HSPF
9,000
8,200
13.0
12,000
10,200
13.0
18,000
16,400
23,000
20,600
SHR
EER
COP
Ref.
7.7
.75
7.7
.73
12.0
3.6
R22
11.1
3.4
R22
13.0
7.7
13.0
7.7
.73
12.1
3.8
R22
.71
11.9
3.5
R22
Cooling Systems with S2CA Side discharge
Wall Unit (s)
Condenser
Btuh
SEER
SHR
EER
Ref.
WLHA09
S2CA99
18,000
13
.80
11.9
R22
WLHA12
S2CA22
23,000
13
.72
12.4
R22
WLHA09+WLHA12
S2CA92
21,000
13
.72
12.0
R22
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Continued
NOTE: Due to EMI’s ongoing development programs, design and specifications
may change without notice.
WLCA
T2CA, T3CA & T4CA
Top Discharge
System Options with T2CA TOP discharge
Wall Unit(s)
Condenser
Btuh
SEER
SHR
EER
Ref.
WLHA24
T2CA88
36,000
13
.79
12.1
R22
WLHA24
T2CA44
45,000
13
.73
11.8
R22
WLHA09+WLHA24
T2CA98
27,000
13
.80
11.8
R22
WLHA24
T2CA84
41,000
13
.76
11.8
R22
WLHA12+WLHA24
T2CA24
34,000
13
.72
11.8
R22
System Options with T3CA TOP discharge
Wall Unit(s)
Condenser
Btuh
SEER
SHR
EER
Ref.
WLHA09+WLHA24
T3CA994
41,000
13
.77
11.9
R22
WLHA09
T3CA999
27,000
13
.80
11.7
R22
WLHA12
T3CA222
34,000
13
.71
11.7
R22
WLH09A+WLHA24
T3CA928
39,000
13
.77
11.9
R22
WLHA09+WLHA12+WLHA24
T3CA924
43,000
13
.75
11.8
R22
WLHA12+WLHA24
T3CA228
41,000
13
.74
11.8
R22
WLHA09+WLHA12
T3CA922
32,000
13
.74
11.8
R22
WLHA09+WLHA12
T3CA992
30,000
13
.77
11.9
R22
WLHA09+WLHA24
T3CA998
36,000
13
.80
11.8
R22
WLHA12+WLHA24
T3CA224
46,000
13
.72
11.7
R22
System Options with T4CA TOP discharge
Wall Unit(s)
Condenser
Btuh
SEER
SHR
EER
Ref.
WLHA09
T4CA9999
36,000
13
.80
11.8
R22
WLHA12
T4CA2222
45,000
13
.73
11.7
R22
WLHA09+WLHA12
T4CA9222
42,000
13
.71
11.8
R22
WLHA09+WLHA12
T4CA9992
38,000
13
.71
11.8
R22
WLHA09+WLHA12
T4CA9922
41,000
13
.73
11.9
R22
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ALL PRODUCT LIMITED WARRANTY
Enviromaster International LLC (EMI) warrants to the purchaser/owner that EMI products will be free from defects in material and workmanship under the normal use and
maintenance for a period of twelve months for all components and sixty months on unit
compressors from the date of original installation, or fifteen months for all components
and sixty-three months on unit compressors from the date of manufacture, whichever
comes first.
WHAT WE WILL COVER
EMI will replace any defective part returned to EMI's approved service organization with
a new or rebuilt part at no charge. The replacement part assumes that unused portion
of this warranty.
WHAT WE DON'T COVER
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT INCLUDE LABOR or other costs incurred for repairing,
removing, installing, shipping, servicing, or handling of either defective or replacement
parts.
EMI IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR:
• Normal maintenance
• Damage or repairs required as a consequence of faulty installation or application by
others.
• Failure to start due to voltage conditions, blown fuses, open circuit breakers, or other
damages due to the inadequacy or interruption of electrical service.
• Damage or repairs needed as a consequence of any misapplication, abuse, improper
servicing, unauthorized alteration, or improper operation.
• Damage as a result of floods, winds, fires, lightening, accidents, corrosive atmosphere,
or other conditions beyond the control of EMI.
• Parts not supplied or designated by EMI.
• Products installed outside the United States or Canada.
• Any damages to person or property of whatever kind, direct or indirect, special or
consequential, Whether resulting from use or loss of use of the product.
LIMITATION OF WARRANTIES
This warranty is exclusive and in lieu of any implied warranties of merchantability and
fitness for a particular purpose and all other warranties express or implied. The remedies
provided for in this warranty are exclusive and shall constitute the only liabilities on the part
of EMI including any statements made by any individual which shall be of no effect.
FOR SERVICE OR REPAIR:
(1) Contact the Installer
(2) Call the nearest Distributor
(3) Call or write:
Enviromaster International LLC
5780 Success Drive, Rome, NY 13440
www.enviromaster.com
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EMI’s High Efficiency Product Line
Evaporators
WLCA/WLHA
High Wall Evaporator
CACB
Cassette Evaporator
Condensers
S1CA & S1HA Single Zone
Side Discharge
S2CA Dual Zone
Side Discharge
T2CA, T3CA & T4CA 2, 3 & 4 Zone
Top Discharge
Phone: 1-800-228-9364
Fax: 1-800-232-9364
5780 Success Drive,
Rome, NY 13440