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HUHAA Series

Modular Unit Heaters

FILE #E21609

Installation, Operation & Maintenance Instructions

Dear Owner,

Congratulations! Thank you for purchasing this new heater manufactured by Marley Engineered Products.

You have made a wise investment selecting the highest quality product in the heating industry.

Please carefully read the installation and maintenance instructions shown in this manual. You should enjoy years of efficient heating comfort with this product from Marley Engineered Products... the industry’s leader in design, manufacturing, quality and service.

... The Employees of

Marley Engineered Products

Read Carefully - These instructions are written to help you prevent difficulties that might arise during installation of heaters. Studying the instructions first may save you considerable time and money later. Observe the following procedures, and cut your installation time to a minimum.

1. To prevent electrical shock, disconnect all power coming to heater at main service panel before wiring or servicing.

2. All wiring must be in accordance with the National and Local

Electrical Codes and the heater must be grounded as a precaution against possible electric shock.

3. Verify the power supply voltage coming to heater matches the ratings printed on the heater nameplate before energizing.

4. This heater is hot when in use. To avoid burns, do not let bare skin touch hot surfaces.

WARNING

!

5. Do not insert or allow foreign objects to enter any ventilation or exhaust opening as this may cause an electric shock, fire,or damage to the heater.

6. To prevent a possible fire, do not block air intakes or exhaust in any manner. Keep combustible materials, such as crates, d r a p e s , etc., away from heater. Do not install behind door, furniture, towels, or boxes.

7. A heater has hot and arcing or sparking parts inside. Do not use it in areas where gasoline, paint or flammable liquids are stored.

8. Use this heater only as described in this manual. Any other use not recommended by the manufacturer may cause fire, electric shock, or injury to persons.

9. This heater is not approved for use in corrosive atmospheres such as marine, green house or chemical storage areas.

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

THE HEATER MUST BE MOUNTED AT LEAST 7' (2134MM)

ABOVE THE FLOOR TO PREVENT ACCIDENTAL CONTACT

WITH THE FAN BLADE WHICH COULD CAUSE INJURY.

THE CEILING MOUNTING STRUCTURE AND THE ANCHOR-

ING PROVISIONS MUST BE OF SUFFICIENT STRENGTH

TO SUPPORT THE COMBINED WEIGHT OF THE HEATER

AND MOUNTING BRACKET. (SEE TABLE 4).

ALL BUILT-IN THERMOSTATS: IF THE HEATER IS USED TO

PREVENT PIPING OR LIQUIDS FROM FREEZING, AND IF

THE THERMOSTAT IS SET BELOW 45° F (7°C), THE FAN

MUST RUN CONTINUOUSLY.

TO PREVENT POSSIBLE OVERHEATING OR DAMAGE DUE

TO OVERHEATING, KEEP AT LEAST 5' (1524MM) CLEAR-

ANCE IN FRONT OF HEATER. REFER TO TABLE 1 FOR

SIDE, TOP, AND BACK CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS.

DO NOT MOUNT MERCURY TYPE THERMOSTAT DIRECTLY

ON UNIT. VIBRATION COULD CAUSE HEATER TO

MALFUNCTION.

MANUAL RESET LIMIT (FACTORY INSTALLED OPTION

ONLY.) THE LIMIT SWITCH IS LOCATED INTERNALLY ON

THE REAR OF THE HEATER. ON THE 3KW AND 5KW

MODELS, THE ACCESS TO THE RESET BUTTON IS ON THE

RIGHT SIDE (WHEN FACING REAR OF HEATER); ON ALL

OTHER MODELS IT IS NEAR THE TOP REAR OF THE

HEATER.

THE MANUAL RESET LIMIT IS IN SERIES WITH THE AUTO-

MATIC RECYCLING PROTECTOR (LIMIT). THE MANUAL

RESET LIMIT WILL NOT RESET UNTIL THE HEATER HAS

COOLED AND THE BUTTON IS PUSHED IN.

HEATER LOCATION INSTRUCTIONS

Arrange units so their discharge air streams:

a. are subjected to a minimum of interference from columns, machinery and partitions;

b. wipe exposed walls without blowing directly at them;

c. are directed away from room occupants in comfort heating;

d. are directed along the windward side when installed in a building exposed to a prevailing wind.

Locate thermostats approximately 5' (1524mm) above the floor on interior partition walls or posts, away from cold drafts, internal heat sources and away from heater discharge air streams.

Small rooms can be heated by one unit heater.

Large rooms require multi-unit installations. Number and capacity of units will be determined by volume of building and square feet of floor area to be heated. Arrange units to provide perimeter air circulation where each unit supports the air stream from another.

MOUNTING THE HEATER, GENERAL

The heater may be mounted to discharge the heated air either horizontally or vertically. When the heater is mounted for vertical discharge, it is recommended that the heater be positioned so that the access door will open away from the wall to provide greater access to the wiring and control compartment. If the heater is to be mounted with the access door facing a wall, the heater must be mounted far enough from that wall to allow full opening of the access door (a distance approximately equal to the width of the heater, check clearance before installing).

Refer to Table 1 for wall and ceiling clearances before mounting heater.

The heater may be mounted for either vertical or horizontal discharge by the use of threaded rods. (Refer to Table 2 for threaded rod sizes required.) Observe the detailed procedures in the following installation instructions.

The heater may also be suspended from the wall or ceiling by means of an optional mounting bracket (type HUHAAB or

HCMB) which permits horizontal pivoting of the heater.

After the heater is installed, the louvers may be positioned to direct the heated air in the desired direction. When the heater is installed for horizontal discharge, the louvers should direct the air either straight ahead or downward. Directing the air upward may cause the heated air to remain in the ceiling area and waste energy.

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(TOP VIEW) an d S ciin g..

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Unit

3 & 5 kW

Discharge

Horiz.

Vert.

Ceiling

2 (50.8)

6 (152.4)

Side Wall

6 (152.4)

18 (457.2)

7.5 to 10 kW

15 to 10 kW

25 to 50 kW

Horiz.

Vert.

Horiz.

Vert

Horiz.

Vert.

6 (152.4)

6 (152.4)

6 (152.4)

6 (152.4)

16 (406.4)

12 (304.8)

6 (152.4)

24 (609.6)

9 (228.6)

24 (609.6)

12 (304.8)

36 (914.4)

2

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Diis ch an d S ac g D en siio ns he s ((m arrg e

Unit

3 - 5 kW

7.5 - 10 kW

15 - 20 kW

Rod Thread

Type

5 /

16

- 18

A

6 1 /

(153.9)

11 3 /

8

(289.0)

B

6

(152.4)

8 7 /

8

(225.6)

C

4 1 /

16

(103.1)

5 1 /

8

(130.3)

25 - 30 kW

10 9 /

16

(268.2)

14 1 /

2

(368.3)

6 3 /

16

(157.2)

3 /

8

- 16

40 - 50 kW

15 15 /

16

(404.9)

14 1 /

2

(368.3)

6 3 /

16

(157.2)

Back Wall

9 (228.6)

18 (457.2)

13 (330.2)

24 (609.6)

12 1 /

2

(317.5)

24 (609.6)

18 1 /

2

(470.0)

36 (914.4)

D

3 /

4

(19.0)

3 /

4

(19.0)

5 /

8

(16.0)

5 /

8

(16.0)

Horizontal Discharge (Rod-mount from Ceiling)

1. Install four threaded mounting rods in the threaded holes and secure in place using lock nuts. (See Table 2).

2. Securely attach the four mounting rods to the ceiling. (Refer to Table 1 for wall and ceiling clearances, and Table 2 for mounting rod spacing).

Vertical Discharge (Rod-Mount from Ceiling)

1. Remove bolts from the threaded holes in the back of the heater.

2. Install four threaded mounting rods in the threaded holes and secure in place using lock nuts.

3. Securely attach the four mounting rods to the ceiling. (Refer to Table 1 for wall and ceiling clearances, and Table 3 for mounting rod spacing dimensions.)

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Diis hrre ch d T arrg e pe nd pa ciin g D en siio ns he s ((m

Unit

Rod Thread

Type E F G

3 - 5 kW

7.5 - 20 kW

25 - 30 kW

(TOP VIEW)

Diis ch arrg e M un g a d R d S ac g

5 /

16

- 18

3 /

8

- 16

6

(152.4)

8 7 /

8

(225.6)

14 1 /

2

(308.1)

9 3 /

4

247.7)

14 5 /

8

(371.6)

21 1 /

4

(539.8)

2

(50.8)

2

(50.8)

2 3 /

16

(55.6)

H

4 1 /

16

(103.1)

5 1 /

8

(130.3)

6 3 /

16

(157.2)

WIRING

Branch Circuit (Power)

1. Connect heater only to the voltage, amperage and frequency specified on the nameplate.

2. Field wiring must be properly sized to carry the amperage in accordance with the NEC.

3. The access door is hinged. There are either one or two screws accessible from the bottom, that must be removed to gain access.

4. A knockout is provided in the back of the heater close to the power terminal block and the control terminal board. The control terminal board knockout is 1/2 inch (12.7 mm) conduit size. The power terminal block knockout is multiple diameter. Use the diameter that fits the required conduit size.

5. A ground terminal is provided near the power terminal board.

The ground wire should be connected before other connections are made.

6. The power terminal board is equipped with box terminals sized to accept the correct size power supply wire. Wire rated at 600 V and 60° C is satisfactory for the heater branch circuit. Either aluminum or copper wire is satisfactory for connection to the heater power terminal board box terminal.

Copper wire is recommended and must be used with built-in disconnect switch.

3

7. Each heater has a wiring diagram affixed to the inside of the access door. Consult this diagram before making any field connections.

8. Single or three-phase power connections may be used with heater models HUHAA520, HUHAA524, HUHAA720,

HUHAA724, HUHAA1020, HUHAA1024 and HUHAA1520.

These units are factory wired for single phase operation. If these heaters are for use with three-phased power, reconnect the wires as indicated in the wiring diagram attached to the heater. Additional information can be found by looking at the wiring illustrations in Figures 3a and 3b and following the directions shown below.

On models HUHAA520, HUHAA524, HUHAA720, HUHAA724,

HUHAA1020 and HUHAA1024 (Figure 3a), move only the two wires marked “A1” and marked “B1”; do not move or change any other wiring. The element lead wire marked “B1” which is factory connected to the power terminal block (terminal located closest to the elements) must be moved to terminal “B” on the threephase terminal block.

The relay (contactor) lead wire “A1” must be moved from the end terminal of the power terminal block (terminal closest to the contactor or control terminal board) to the “A” terminal of the lower terminal block (center terminal).

Model HUHAA1520 (Figure b) has two three-phase terminal blocks located adjacent to the relays (contactors). Move only the two wires marked “C1” and “D1” on each of these two threephase terminal blocks to terminal “B”. Do not move or change any other wires.

9. Electrical Accessories, either kits or factory-installed options, are shown connected by a dashed line on the heater wiring diagram.

10. 208/240 Volt Heater: The heaters are wired for 240V from factory. When heater is to be connected to 208V supply, the transformer leads have to be interchanged. For units rated

30/40kW or higher, interchange ORANGE and RED primary leads. The black colored lead is the COMMON for the transformer (50VA) provided with the high wattage units. For lower kW rated heaters, interchange BLACK and RED primary leads. The WHITE colored lead is the COMMON for the control transformer provided with these heaters. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the cover of the heater before making this reconnection of transformer primary leads.

Control Wiring

LINE VOLTAGE IS PRESENT ON SOME OF THE TERMI-

NALS ON THE CONTROL TERMINAL BOARD. ALWAYS

DISCONNECT THE POWER FROM THE HEATER BEFORE

MAKING ANY CONNECTIONS TO THE CONTROL BOARD

TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD.

1. Use min. 600 volts, NEC Class 1 insulated wire for all control circuit wiring.

2. Use a crimp-on type fork terminal on the wire ends that attach to the control terminal board if more than one connection is to be made under the terminal screw.

3. On units not provided with internal contactor (3 & 5 KW), refer to Figure 4 for wiring diagram.

Note: Thermostat and control circuit wiring must be suitable to handle the full load of the heater (example HUHAA520 is rated 24 amps)

4. On units provided with internal contactor (units rated 7 KW and higher) refer to Figure 5 for wiring diagram. Control wiring must be rated minimum 18 AWG.

HEATER FRONT LEAD WIRE

"A1"

3 PHASE BLOCK HEATER FRONT LEAD WIRE

"A1"

3 PHASE BLOCK

LEAD WIRE

"B1"

A

B

A

B

ELEMENTS

BLACK TO W1

T T

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2-STAGE

INTERNAL

THERMOSTAT

BLACK

RED

RED TO R

(HUHAAHRT) HEAT RECOVERY

THERMOSTAT OR REMOTE

FAN SWITCH (HUHAARFS2)

T

LEAD WIRE

CONTACTOR

POWER TERMINAL BLOCK

"B1"

CONTACTOR

POWER TERMINAL BLOCK

(OR P2)

S

(OR P2)

RED

BLACK

REMOTE SUMMER FAN

SWITCH (HUHAARFS1)

FAN RELAY

FIELD-WIRED FOR THREE-PHASE POWER

Wiring Connections for Single-Phase and Three Phase Power

(HUHAA520, HUHAA524, HUHAA720, HUHAA724, HUHAA1020 and HUH HUHAA1024)

T R

G W2 F 1

S

SUMMER

FAN

SWITCH

C R W1 F 2

D

1 C

1

D

1

3 PHASE BLOCK 3 PHASE BLOCK

ELEMENTS

C

1

D

1

3 PHASE BLOCK

C1

D

1

3 PHASE BLOCK

C1

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2-STAGE

INTERNAL

THERMOSTAT

RED

BLACK

RED

BLACK

FACTORY-WIRED FOR SINGLE-PHASE POWER FIELD-WIRED FOR THREE-PHASE POWER

Wiring Connections for Single-Phase and Three Phase Power (HUHAA1520)

H1

P1

H2

P2

F 2

F 1

REMOTE SUMMER FAN

SWITCH (HUHAARFS-1) OR

SUMMER FAN SWITCH

HUHAAFS (MANUAL)

S

NOTES:

1. THIS STYLE CONTROL TERMINAL BOARD USED

WITH MODELS HUHAA320, HUHAA324,

HUHAA327, HUHAA520, HUHAA524, HUHAA527.

2. WHEN UNIT IS WIRED FOR SINGLE PHASE,

JUMPER H1 TO H2. IF SINGLE POLE THER-

MOSTAT IS USED WITH SINGLE PHASE UNIT,

CONNECT THERMOSTAT LEADS TO P1 AND H1.

3. EXTERNAL LINE VOLTAGE THERMOSTATS

SHOULD BE TREATED AS SINGLE STAGE ONLY.

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BLACK TO W1

T

RED

BLACK

T

2-STAGE

INTERNAL

THERMOSTAT

BLACK

RED

RED TO R

(HUHAAHRT) HEAT RECOVERY

THERMOSTAT OR REMOTE

Fiig urre 5.. C on oll T errm all B

T

C orr H ea

G

R

W2

W1 h C on ctto

S

T R

F 1

F 2

REMOTE SUMMER FAN

SWITCH (HUHAARFS1)

FAN RELAY

FOR (HUHAARFS2 AND HUHAAHRT)

S

SUMMER

FAN

SWITCH

NOTES:

1. THIS STYLE CONTROL TERMINAL BOARD USED

WITH MODELS EXCEPT HUHAA320, HUHAA324,

HUHAA327, HUHAA520, HUHAA524, HUHAA527.

.2. REMOVE JUMPER W1 TO W2 WHEN 2-STAGE THER-

MOSTAT IS USED.

3. *ONLY ONE OF THESE ACCESSORIES MAY BE

INSTALLED IN A SINGLE HEATER.

4. EXTERNAL LINE VOLTAGE THERMOSTATS

SHOULD BE TREATED AS SINGLE STAGE ONLY.

4

2-STAGE

INTERNAL

THERMOSTAT

RED

BLACK

RED

BLACK

H1

P1

H2

P2

F 2

F 1

SWITCH (HUHAARFS-1) OR

OR SUMMER FAN

HUHAAFS (MANUAL)

S

T ab

HUHAA1027

HUHAA1048

HUHAA1520

HUHAA1524

HUHAA1548

HUHAA2020

HUHAA2024

HUHAA2048

HUHAA2524

HUHAA2548

HUHAA3020

HUHAA3024

HUHAA3048

HUHAA4024

HUHAA4048

HUHAA5020

HUHAA5024

HUHAA5048

Basic Model

No.

HUHAA320

HUHAA324

HUHAA327

HUHAA348

HUHAA520

HUHAA524

HUHAA527

HUHAA548

HUHAA720

HUHAA724

HUHAA727

HUHAA748

HUHAA1020

HUHAA1024

4.. S pe ciiffiic attiio s

Height Width Depth

Mounting

Weight in (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm) lbs. (kg)

16

(406.4)

14

(355.6)

8-1/2

(214.4)

27 (12.2)

27 (12.2)

27 (12.2)

27 (12.2)

21-3/4

(552.5)

21-3/4

(552.5)

30

(76.2)

30

(76.2)

19

(482.6)

19

(482.6)

26-5/8

(676.4)

26-5/8

(676.4)

8-1/2

(214.4)

13-3/4

(346.8)

13-3/4

(346.8)

18-1/8

(457.2)

60 (27.2)

60 (27.2)

93 (42.3)

93 (42.3)

93 (42.3)

93 (42.3)

93 (42.3)

119 (54.0)

119 (54.0)

119 (54.0)

119 (54.0)

119 (54.0)

27 (12.2)

27 (12.2)

27 (12.2)

30 (13,6)

38 (17.2)

38 (17.2)

38 (17.2)

38 (17.2)

38 (17.2)

38 (17.2)

38 (17.2)

38 (17.2)

53 (24.0)

53 (24.0)

53 (24.0)

60 (27.2)

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

NAMEPLATE

HUHAA324

VOLTS AC KILOWATTS PHASE

60 HZ

208 / 240 2.2 /3 1

VAC

208/240

MOTOR

AMP

.25

CONTROL

VAC

208/240

DATE CODE

0395

AIR

FLOW

HORIZ.

VERT.

6"

MINIMUM MOUNTING CLEARANCE

SIDE

18"

BACK

9.5"

18"

CEILING

2"

6"

FLOOR

7'

7'

WARNING: DO NOT TURN LOUVERS ABOVE LEVEL OF THE UNIT.

DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING. IF EXTERNAL CONTROL IS

USED, ALSO DISCONNECT EXTERNAL POWER SUPPLY.

774G LISTED

ROOM HEATER

4104-2088-001

5

LIMITED WARRANTY

All products manufactured by Marley Engineered Products are warranted against defects in workmanship and materials for one year from date of installation, except heating elements which are warranted against defects in workmanship and materials for five years from date of installation. This warranty does not apply to damage from accident, misuse, or alteration; nor where the connected voltage is more than 5% above the nameplate voltage; nor to equipment improperly installed or wired or maintained in violation of the product’s installation instructions. All claims for warranty work must be accompanied by proof of the date of installation.

The customer shall be responsible for all costs incurred in the removal or reinstallation of products, including labor costs, and shipping costs incurred to return products to Marley Engineered Products Service Center. Within the limitations of this warranty, inoperative units should be returned to the nearest Marley authorized service center or the Marley Engineered Products Service Center, and we will repair or replace, at our option, at no charge to you with return freight paid by Marley. It is agreed that such repair or replacement is the exclusive remedy available from Marley Engineered Products.

THE ABOVE WARRANTIES ARE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND

FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE WHICH EXCEED THE AFORESAID EXPRESSED WARRANTIES ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED AND EXCLUDED FROM

THIS AGREEMENT. MARLEY ENGINEERED PRODUCTS SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING WITH RESPECT TO THE

PRODUCT, WHETHER BASED UPON NEGLIGENCE, TORT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR CONTRACT.

Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusion or limitation may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.

For the address of your nearest authorized service center, contact Marley Engineered Products in Bennettsville, SC, at 1-800-642-4328. Merchandise returned to the factory must be accompanied by a return authorization and service identification tag, both available from Marley Engineered Products. When requesting return authorization, include all catalog numbers shown on the products.

HOW TO OBTAIN WARRANTY SERVICE AND

WARRANTY PARTS PLUS GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Warranty Service or Parts

2. Purchase Replacement Parts

3. General Product Information

1-800-642-4328

1-800-654-3545 www.marleymep.com

Note: When obtaining service always have the following:

1. Model number of the product

2. Date of manufacture

3. Part number or description

470 Beauty Spot Rd. East

Bennettsville, SC 29512 USA

Part No. 5200-2147-005 ECR 38275

09/09

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