Low Ambient Temperature Head

Low Ambient Temperature Head
30RB060-390
30XA080-500
Low Ambient Temperature
Head Pressure Control Accessory
Installation Instructions
Part Numbers: 00EFN900000400A, 00EFN900000500A, 00EFN900000600A,
00EFN900000700A, 00EFN900001800A, 00EFN900001900A
NOTE: These instructions apply to 30RB060-390 units with starting serial number 3107Q. To install this accessory on
30RB060-390 units with serial numbers prior to 3107Q refer to Installation Instructions form number 30-8SI.
CONTENTS
Page
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
INSPECT SHIPMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2
INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-19
Step 1— Install Field-Fabricated Wind Baffles . . . . 3
Step 2 — Wire the Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Step 3 — Mount Low Ambient
Temperature Head Pressure Control . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Step 4 — Configure Unit for Low Ambient
Temperature Head Pressure
Control Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Step 5 — Configure Low Ambient
Temperature Head Pressure Control . . . . . . . . . . 16
Step 6 — Test the Low Ambient
Temperature Head Pressure Control . . . . . . . . . . 19
TROUBLESHOOTING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
Installation, start-up, and servicing air-conditioning can be
hazardous due to system pressures, electrical components, and
equipment location.
Only trained, qualified installers and service technicians
should install, start up, and service this equipment.
When working on air-conditioning equipment, observe precautions in the literature and on tags, stickers, and labels attached to the equipment. Follow all safety codes. Wear safety
glasses and work gloves.
WARNING
Electric shock can cause serious personal injury or death.
Shut off all power to this equipment during installation and
service. Tag all disconnect locations to alert others not to
restore power until work is completed. Be aware that there
may be more than one disconnect.
GENERAL
This book contains instructions for the installation of the
low ambient temperature head pressure control accessory kit
for 30RB060-390 and 30XA080-500 units.
NOTE: Unit sizes 30RB315-390 are modular units that are
shipped in separate sections as modules A or B as noted in
position 8 of the unit model nameplate. The nameplate for
modular units contains only the first two digits of the unit size.
For example, 30RB size 315 nameplates read 30RBA31A....
and 30RBA31B..... See Table 1 for a listing of unit sizes and
modular combinations.
Table 1 — Modular Combinations
MODULE UNITS
30RBA315
30RBA330
30RBA345
30RBA360
30RBA390
MODULE A
30RBA160
30RBA170
30RBA170
30RBA190
30RBA190
MODULE B
30RBA160
30RBA160
30RBA170
30RBA170
30RBA190
NOTE: An “A” in the 5th position of the model number indicates the
design series.
The low ambient temperature control utilizes a variable
frequency drive (VFD) to control condenser fan speed based on
saturated condensing temperature. The control can only be used
with motors rated for use with VFDs. Each circuit’s discharge
pressure is used by the ComfortLink™ controls to determine the
output to the VFD. The fan board(s) provide a 0 to 10 vdc
output to each drive for fan speed control.
All VFDs are microprocessor-controlled and use insulated
gate bipolar transistor (IGBT) technology. The pulse width
modulation scheme used by the control allows for quiet motor
operation. The VFD will vary the motor speed to drive the
saturated condensing temperature to the set point. At higher
saturated condensing temperatures, the fan will go to full speed
and remain there since it cannot go fast enough to bring the
pressure down to the set point. When the VFD is at full speed, it
operates like a fixed speed fan.
When the saturated condensing temperature drops, a fan
running at full speed may draw too much air across the
condenser coil to maintain a minimum saturated condensing
temperature. During these conditions, the VFD will begin to
slow down and begin to maintain a saturated condensing
temperature set point.
NOTE: The VFD is phase insensitive in regard to incoming
line voltage, which means that the VFD will operate with any
phase sequence of the incoming three-phase power.
The standard outdoor air temperature limitation of 30RB
and 30XA chillers is 32 F (0° C). The low ambient temperature
controller operation kit can be used to extend unit operation
down to –20 F (–29 C).
NOTE: Wind baffles are required if wind velocity is anticipated to be greater than 5 mph (8 km/h).
INSPECT SHIPMENT
Inspect the contents of the accessory package before installing. File a claim with the shipping company if there is shipping
damage. Contact your local Carrier representative if any parts
Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.
Catalog No. 04-53300086-01
Printed in U.S.A.
Form 30-15SI
Pg 1
12-11
Replaces: 30-8SI
are missing. See Table 2 for accessory content usage. See
Table 3 for accessory package contents.
Table 2 — Low Ambient Temperature Head Pressure Control Package Usage
UNIT
SIZE
VOLTAGE*
(3 ph, 60 Hz)
NUMBER OF
CIRCUITS
PACKAGE NO.
208/230
380
460
575
208/230
380
460
575
208/230
380
460
575
208/230
380
460
575
200
230
380
460
575
380
460
575
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
00EFN900000600A
00EFN900000400A
00EFN900000400A
00EFN900001800A
00EFN900000700A
00EFN900000500A
00EFN900000500A
00EFN900001900A
00EFN900000700A
00EFN900000500A
00EFN900000500A
00EFN900001900A
00EFN900000700A
00EFN900000500A
00EFN900000500A
00EFN900001900A
00EFN900000700A
00EFN900000700A
00EFN900000500A
00EFN900000500A
00EFN900001900A
00EFN900000500A
00EFN900000500A
00EFN900001900A
060, 070, 080
090,100,110,120,
130,150,160,170,190
30RB
210,225,250,275,300
315,330,345,360,390
30XA
080,082,090,092,100,102,110,112,120,
122,140,142,160,162,180,182,200,202,
220,222,240,242,260,262,280,282,300,
302,325,327,350,352
400,450,500
NUMBER OF
ACCESSORY
KITS REQUIRED
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
*Refer to unit nameplate for voltage designation.
Table 3 — Low Ambient Temperature Head Pressure Control Package Contents
ITEM
Dual VFD
Panel Accessory
(includes 2 VFDs)
Single VFD Panel
Accessory
Fan Motor
Power Cables
(attached to VFD)
Fuse Block
Fuses, 30 Amp
Variable
Frequency
Drive†
VFD Operator
Display Panel
Mounting Plate
Support Plate
Wiring Cover
Wiring Bushing
6mm Screws
8mm Screws
00EFN900000400A
(380 v, 460 v units)
LOW AMBIENT TEMPERATURE HEAD PRESSURE CONTROL PACKAGE NUMBER
00EFN900000500A
00EFN900000600A
00EFN900000700A
00EFN900001800A
(380 v, 460 v units) (200, 208/230 v units) (200, 208, 230 v units)
(575 v units)
Item Description (Qty)
00EFN900001900A
(575 v units)
SF700168*
(1)
—
SF700166*
(1)
—
SF700170*
(1)
—
—
SF700167*
(1)
—
SF700165*
(1)
—
SF700169*
(1)
(2)
(1)
(2)
(1)
(2)
(1)
CHCC3
(2)
ATMR-30
(6)
CHCC3
(1)
ATMR-30
(3)
CHCC3
(2)
ATMR-30
(6)
CHCC3
(1)
ATMR-30
(3)
CHCC3
(2)
ATMR-30
(6)
CHCC3
(1)
ATMR-30
(3)
HR46TN008
(2)
HR46TN008
(1)
HR46TN007
(2)
HR46TN007
(1)
6SE64402UE240CA1
(2)
6SE64402UE240CA1
(1)
NA
NA
NA
NA
00PSN500037100A
(2)
00PSN500034400A
(2)
00PSN500036500A
(2)
HY93NH085 (2)
00PPN500000302A
(18)
00PPN500000201A
(18)
00PSN500037100A
(1)
00PSN500034400A
(1)
00PSN500036500A
(1)
HY93NH085 (1)
00PPN500000302A
(9)
00PPN500000201A
(9)
Fan Board 1
Wire Ties
00PSN500037100A
00PSN500037100A
(2)
(1)
00PSN500034400A
00PSN500034400A
(2)
(1)
00PSN500036500A
00PSN500036500A
(2)
(1)
HY93NH085 (2)
HY93NH085 (1)
00PPN500000302A
00PPN500000302A
(18)
(9)
00PPN500000201A
00PPN500000201A
(18)
(9)
32GB500442E**
Wire Ties (20)
6SE64000BP000AAO 6SE64000BP000AAO
(2)
(1)
00PSN500037100A
00PSN500037100A
(1)
(2)
00PSN500034400A
00PSN500034400A
(2)
(1)
00PSN500036500A
00PSN500036500A
(2)
(1)
HY93NH085 (2)
HY93NH085 (1)
00PPN500000302A
00PPN500000302A
(18)
(9)
00PPN500000201A
00PPN500000201A
(18)
(9)
LEGEND
AWG — American Wire Gage
VFD — Variable Frequency Drive
*Includes the panel, drives, fuse block, fuses, drive filters, drive wire kit and operator display panel.
†When ordering the Siemens VFD for 575-v unit replacement, note that the replacement drive does not include the VFD operator panel. The VFD operator panel must
be ordered separately.
**Fan board shipped in accessory kit is supplied to replace fan board 1 shipped with the unit (part number 32GB500432E). See page 9, Step 10 for more information.
2
eliminate sharp edges on the baffles. See Fig. 1 for sizes and
details of the baffles required. Mount the smaller height
baffle on the control box end. It is recommended that the upper
notches be used for mounting the baffles. This reduces the risk
of damaging the coil while drilling a mounting hole. Loosen the
upper corner post bolts and slide the baffle under the bolt and
washer. Tighten the bolt. Drill two holes at the bottom of the
baffle through the flange and corner post. Mount baffles with
field-supplied screws to secure the baffle to the frame. Repeat
the process for the opposite end. See Fig. 2 for typical end views
of the chillers with baffles installed.
INSTALLATION
Step 1 — Install Field-Fabricated Wind Baffles
WARNING
To avoid the possibility of electrical shock, open all disconnects before installing or servicing this accessory.
Field-fabricated and installed wind baffles are required if the
wind velocity is anticipated to be greater than 5 mph (8 km/h)
on units equipped with the low ambient temperature head
pressure control accessory. If the application requires wind
baffles, units require two different wind baffle designs, one for
each end of the unit. Wind baffles should be constructed using a
minimum 18-gage galvanized sheet metal or other suitable
corrosion-resistant material with cross breaks for strength. Use
field-supplied screws to attach baffles to the corner posts of
the machine. Be sure to hem or turn a flange on all edges to
CAUTION
To avoid damage to refrigerant coils and electrical components, use extreme care when drilling screw holes and
screwing in fasteners.
Cross break these faces.
Hem these 3 edges both top
and bottom.
305 [12.0]
See Detail A
X
1880 [74.0]
180 [7.0]
UNIT SIZE
30RB060-390
30XA080-120
30XA140-202
30XA220-500
VOLTAGE
POSITION
BAFFLE HEIGHT (X)
Control/Power End
635 [25.0]
All
Opposite Control Power End
1040 [41.0]
Control/Power End
635 [25.0]
All
Opposite Control Power End
1040 [41.0]
Control/Power End
635 [25.0]
200,230
Opposite Control Power End
1040 [41.0]
380,460,575 Both Ends
1040 [41.0]
All
Both Ends
1040 [41.0]
Material: 18 ga. Corrosion Resistant Sheet Metal.
Dimensions are in mm [inches].
18 [0.75]
18 [0.75]
70 [2.75]
31 [1.25]
21 [0.88]
Detail A
Typical Both Flanges
Fig. 1 — Field-Fabricated and Field-Installed Wind Baffles
3
CONTROL/POWER END
OPPOSITE THE
CONTROL BOX
END
Fig. 2 — Wind Baffles Installed on Ends of 30RB Units
Step 2 — Wire the Control Panel — For the appropriate fan motor, locate the fan contactor in the control panel.
See Tables 4A and 4B. See Fig. 3A and 3B for fan motor
locations.
NOTE: The C circuit fan contactors and fan board for
30RB210-300 units are in the compressor side power box near
the C circuit compressors and not in the fan/control box at the
end of the unit. Fan wiring crosses the chiller in a conduit from
the coil wiring tray to the back of the C circuit power box.
NOTE: The C circuit fan contactors and fan board for
30XA400-500 units are in the compressor side power box near
the C circuit compressors.
Table 4B — 30XA080-500 Fan Motors
Controlled by the VFD
30XA UNIT
SIZE
080,082
090-122
140-162
180-202
220-242
260-302
325-352
400
450, 500
Table 4A — 30RB060-390 Fan Motors
Controlled by the VFD
CIRCUIT A
MOTOR
FM1
FM1
FM1
FM1
FM3
CIRCUIT B
MOTOR
FM4
FM3
FM5
FM5
FM7
CIRCUIT C
MOTOR
—
—
—
—
—
FM5
FM9
—
FM5
FM3
FM3
FM5
FM5
FM11
FM7
FM7
FM11
FM11
—
FM11
FM13
FM15
FM17
CIRCUIT B
MOTOR
FM1
FM1
FM1
FM1
FM1
FM1
FM1
FM1
FM1
CIRCUIT C
MOTOR
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
FM19
FM21
Follow the steps below for each circuit:
1. Remove fan contactor coil wiring to terminals A1 and
A2. Using field-supplied wire nuts, cap these wires off
individually.
2. Remove the line side wiring from terminals L1, L2 and
L3. Do not cap these.
3. Remove the load side wiring from terminals T1, T2, T3
and the fan motor ground wire. The fan motor cable must
be pulled out of the control panel and back into the appropriate VFD panel.
4. Remove the contactor from the DIN rail and install a fuse
block in its place.
5. Connect the line side wiring removed in Step 2 to the line
side of the fuse block.
6. Install 3 fuses in the fuse block and close the fuse block
cover.
7. Repeat Steps 1 through 6 for the appropriate motor on
each circuit. See Fig. 4 for an example of a 30RB210
chiller with the three fuse blocks installed. See Fig. 5 for a
view of typical wiring schematics.
(Units produced starting with serial number 3107Q)
30RB UNIT
SIZE
060,070
080
090-100
110
120-150
160-170,315345,360B
190,360A,390
210, 225
250
275
300
CIRCUIT A
MOTOR
FM5
FM7
FM9
FM11
FM13
FM15
FM17
FM11
FM13
4
FAN MOTOR ARRANGEMENT
SIZE
CIRCUIT
CONTROL
BOX
FM3
FM2
FM4
060,070
B
A
080
CONTROL
BOX
30RB060,070,080
B
6
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
FB1/CH3
—
—
—
FM6
FM4
—
—
—
FB1/CH5
FB1/CH6
FB1/CH7
—
—
—
FM3
FM1
FM2
—
—
—
FB1/CH1
FB1/CH2
FB1/CH3
—
—
—
FM7
FM5
FM6
FM8
—
—
FB1/CH5
FB1/CH6
FB1/CH7
FB1/CH8
—
—
FM3
FM1
FM2
FM4
—
—
FB1/CH1
FB1/CH2
FB1/CH3
FB1/CH4
—
—
FM7
FM5
FM6
FM8
—
—
FB1/CH5
FB1/CH6
FB1/CH7
FB1/CH8
—
—
FM5
FM3
FM1
FM2
FM4
FM6
FB1/CH1
FB1/CH2
FB1/CH3
FB1/CH4
FB1/CH5
FB1/CH6
FM9
FM7
FM8
FM10
—
—
Fan Board/Channel
FB2/CH1
FB2/CH2
FB2/CH3
FB2/CH4
—
—
Fan Number
Fan Board/Channel
Fan Number
Fan Board/Channel
Fan Number
Fan Board/Channel
Fan Number
Fan Board/Channel
Fan Number
Fan Board/Channel
FM5
FB1/CH1
FM11
FB2/CH1
FM3
FB1/CH1
FM7
FB1/CH5
FM11
FB3/CH1
FM3
FB1/CH2
FM9
FB2/CH2
FM1
FB1/CH2
FM5
FB1/CH6
FM9
FB3/CH2
FM1
FB1/CH3
FM7
FB2/CH3
FM2
FB1/CH3
FM6
FB1/CH7
FM10
FB3/CH3
FM2
FB1/CH4
FM8
FB2/CH4
FM4
FB1/CH4
FM8
FB1/CH8
FM12
FB3/CH4
FM4
FB1/CH5
FM10
FB2/CH5
—
—
—
—
—
—
FM6
FB1/CH6
FM12
FB2/CH6
—
—
—
—
—
—
Fan Number
FM3
FM1
FM2
FM4
FAN STAGE
3
4
FM3
—
FB1/CH3
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
5
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Fan Number
Fan Board/Channel
Fan Number
Fan Board/Channel
Fan Number
Fan Board/Channel
Fan Number
Fan Board/Channel
A
FM1
LOCATION
1
FM1
FB1/CH1
FM4
FB1/CH5
FM1
FB1/CH1
FM3
FB1/CH5
2
FM2
FB1/CH2
—
—
FM2
FB1/CH2
FM4
FB1/CH6
FM1
FM2
FM3
FB1/CH1
FB1/CH2
FM5
A
FM5
Fan Board/Channel
090,100,
110
FM6
Fan Number
B
30RB090,100,110
Fan Board/Channel
CONTROL
BOX
Fan Number
FM3
FM1
FM5
A
FM7
Fan Board/Channel
120
FM2
FM6
Fan Number
FM8
B
30RB120
Fan Board/Channel
CONTROL
BOX
Fan Number
FM3
FM1
FM5
A
FM7
Fan Board/Channel
130,150
FM2
FM4
FM6
Fan Number
FM8
B
30RB130,150
Fan Board/Channel
CONTROL
BOX
Fan Number
FM1
FM3
FM5
FM7
A
FM9
Fan Board/Channel
160,170
FM2
FM4
FM6
FM8
Fan Number
FM10
B
30RB160,170
A
CONTROL
BOX
190
FM1
FM3
FM5
FM7
FM9
FM11
FM2
FM4
FM6
FM8
FM10
FM12
B
A
210,225
30RB190,210,225
B
CONTROL
BOX
C
FM1
FM3
FM5
FM7
FM9
FM11
FM13
FM2
FM4
FM6
FM8
FM10
FM12
FM14
250
CONTROL
BOX
Fan Board/Channel
Fan Number
B
Fan Board/Channel
Fan Number
C
30RB250
Fan Board/Channel
Fan Number
A
FM1
FM3
FM5
FM7
FM9
FM2
FM4
FM6
FM8
FM10
FM11
275
FM12
Fan Board/Channel
FM13 FM15
Fan Number
B
Fan Board/Channel
FM14 FM16
Fan Number
C
30RB275
CONTROL
BOX
Fan Number
A
Fan Board/Channel
Fan Number
A
FM1
FM3
FM5
FM7
FM9
FM11
FM13 FM15 FM17
FM2
FM4
FM6
FM8
FM10
FM12
FM14 FM16 FM18
300
30RB300
Fan Board/Channel
Fan Number
B
Fan Board/Channel
Fan Number
C
Fan Board/Channel
FM3
FM1
FM2
FM4
—
—
FB1/CH1
FB1/CH2
FB1/CH3
FB1/CH4
—
—
FM7
FM5
FM6
FM8
—
—
FB1/CH5
FB1/CH6
FB1/CH7
FB1/CH8
—
—
FM13
FM11
FM9
FM10
FM12
FM14
FB3/CH1
FB3/CH2
FB3/CH3
FB3/CH4
FB3/CH5
FB3/CH6
FM5
FM3
FM1
FM2
FM4
FM6
FB1/CH1
FB1/CH2
FB1/CH3
FB1/CH4
FB1/CH5
FB1/CH6
FM11
FM9
FM7
FM8
FM10
FM12
FB2/CH1
FB2/CH2
FB2/CH3
FB2/CH4
FB2/CH5
FB2/CH6
FM15
FM13
FM14
FM16
—
—
FB3/CH1
FB3/CH2
FB3/CH3
FB3/CH4
—
—
FM5
FM3
FM1
FM2
FM4
FM6
FB1/CH1
FB1/CH2
FB1/CH3
FB1/CH4
FB1/CH5
FB1/CH6
FM11
FM9
FM7
FM8
FM10
FM12
FB2/CH1
FB2/CH2
FB2/CH3
FB2/CH4
FB2/CH5
FB2/CH6
FM17
FM15
FM13
FM14
FM16
FM18
FB3/CH1
FB3/CH2
FB3/CH3
FB3/CH4
FB3/CH5
FB3/CH6
Fig. 3A — 30RB Fan Motor Locations
(Units produced starting with serial number 3107Q)
5
CIRCUIT STAGE
FAN MOTOR ARRANGEMENT
CIRCUIT
Fan stage A
COMP B
FM1
COMP A
FM3
FM2
A
FM5
FM4
FM6
B
30XA080,082
COMP B
COMP A
A
FM1
FM3
FM5
FM7
FM2
FM4
FM6
FM8
B
30XA090-122
COMP B
COMP A
PEB
A
FM1
FM3
FM5
FM7
FM9
FM2
FM4
FM6
FM8
FM10
B
30XA140-162
COMP B
PEB
COMP A
A
FM1
FM3
FM5
FM7
FM9
FM11
FM2
FM4
FM6
FM8
FM10
FM12
B
30XA180-202
COMP B
COMP A
PEB
FM1
FM3
FM5
FM2
FM4
FM6
FM7
FM9
FM11 FM13
FM10
FM12 FM14
A
30XA220-242
PEB
FM7
FM1
FM3
FM5
FM2
FM4
FM6
COMP A
FM9
FM11 FM13 FM15
FM10
FM12 FM14 FM16
A
30XA260,262
PEB
COMP A
FM1
FM3
FM5
FM7
FM9
FM11 FM13 FM15
FM2
FM4
FM6
FM8
FM10
FM12 FM14 FM16
A
30XA280,282
PEB
COMP A
A
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Fan position
FM5
FM3
FM6
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Fan stage B
1
2
3
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Contactor No. FC B1 FC B2 FC B3
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Fan position
FM1
FM4
FM2
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Fan stage A
1
2
3
4
—
—
—
—
—
—
Contactor No. FC A1 FC A2 FC A3 FC A4
—
—
—
—
—
—
Fan position
FM7
FM5
FM8
FM6
—
—
—
—
—
—
Fan stage B
1
2
3
4
—
—
—
—
—
—
Contactor No. FC B1 FC B2 FC B3 FC B4
—
—
—
—
—
—
Fan position
FM1
FM3
FM2
FM4
—
—
—
—
—
—
Fan stage A
1
2
3
4
5
6
—
—
—
—
Contactor No. FC A1 FC A2 FC A3 FC A4 FC A5 FC A6
—
—
—
—
Fan position
FM9
FM7
FM5
FM10
—
—
—
—
Fan stage B
1
2
3
4
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Fan position
FM1
FM3
FM2
FM4
—
—
—
—
—
—
Fan stage A
1
2
3
4
5
6
—
—
—
—
Contactor No. FC A1 FC A2 FC A3 FC A4 FC A5 FC A6
—
—
—
—
Fan position
FM11
FM9
FM7
FM8
—
—
—
—
Fan stage B
1
2
3
6
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Fan position
FM1
FM3
FM5
FM2
FM4
FM6
—
—
—
—
Fan stage A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
—
—
—
—
—
Fan position
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Fan position
FM1
FM3
FM5
FM2
FM4
FM6
—
—
—
—
Fan stage A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
30XA300,302
FM12 FM14 FM16 FM18
A
8
—
—
—
FM15 FM13 FM11
1
2
3
FM9
FM7
4
5
FM16 FM14 FM12 FM10
—
—
—
Contactor No. FC B1 FC B2 FC B3 FC B4 FC B5 FC B6
—
—
—
—
Fan position
FM1
FM3
FM5
FM2
FM4
FM6
—
—
—
—
Fan stage A
6
—
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
—
Contactor No. FC A1 FC A2 FC A3 FC A4 FC A5 FC A6 FC A7 FC A8 FC A9
—
Fan position
—
FM15 FM13 FM11
1
2
3
FM9
FM7
4
5
FM16 FM14 FM12 FM10
—
—
Contactor No. FC B1 FC B2 FC B3 FC B4 FC B5 FC B6 FC B7
—
—
—
Fan position
FM1
FM3
FM5
FM8
FM2
FM4
—
—
—
Fan stage A
1
2
3
4
5
6
6
7
FM6
7
—
8
30XA325-352
FM15 FM13 FM11
1
2
FM7
4
5
FM16 FM14 FM12 FM10
6
FM8
—
—
Contactor No. FC B1 FC B2 FC B3 FC B4 FC B5 FC B6
—
—
—
—
Fan position
FM1
FM3
FM5
FM2
FM4
FM6
—
—
—
—
Fan stage A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
—
—
Contactor No. FC A1 FC A2 FC A3 FC A4 FC A5 FC A6 FC A7 FC A8 FC A9
—
Fan position
—
FM17 FM15 FM13 FM11
1
2
3
4
FM9
5
FM18 FM16 FM14 FM12
6
7
8
—
Contactor No. FC B1 FC B2 FC B3 FC B4 FC B5 FC B6 FC B7 FC B8 FC B9
—
Fan position
—
FM1
FM3
LEGEND
FM
— Fan Motor
PEB — Power Electrical Box
Fig. 3B — 30XA Fan Motor Locations
6
3
FM9
—
Fan stage B
B
Compressor
Fan Contactor
6
Fan position
Fan stage B
FM10
5
Contactor No. FC A1 FC A2 FC A3 FC A4 FC A5 FC A6 FC A7 FC A8 FC A9
Fan position
FM8
4
—
FM12 FM14 FM16
FM6
3
FM14 FM12 FM10
—
FM10
FM4
2
FM7
—
FM8
FM2
1
FM9
—
FM6
FM11 FM13 FM15 FM17
FM13 FM11
Contactor No. FC B1 FC B2 FC B3 FC B4 FC B5 FC B6
FM4
FM9
5
—
FM2
FM7
4
Contactor No. FC A1 FC A2 FC A3 FC A4 FC A5 FC A6 FC A7
FM11 FM13 FM15
FM5
FM12 FM10
Contactor No. FC B1 FC B2 FC B3 FC B4 FC B5 FC B6
FM9
FM3
FM6
—
FM7
FM1
FM8
—
FM5
COMP A
3
—
FM3
PEB
2
Contactor No. FC B1 FC B2 FC B3 FC B4
FM1
COMP B
1
Contactor No. FC A1 FC A2 FC A3 FC A4 FC A5 FC A6 FC A7 FC A8 FC A9 FC A10
B
COMP —
FC
—
—
—
Fan stage B
B
COMP B
—
—
Fan stage B
B
COMP B
—
—
Fan stage B
B
COMP B
—
Contactor No. FC A1 FC A2 FC A3
FM5
FM7
FM10
FM2
FM4
FM6
FM8
CIRCUIT STAGE
FAN MOTOR ARRANGEMENT
CIRCUIT
Fan stage A
A
COMP B
FM3
FM1
FM2
FM4
PEB A/B
FM5
FM6
COMP A
FM7
FM9
FM8
FM10
FM11 FM13 FM15 FM17 FM19
B
FM3
FM2
FM4
FM5
FM7
FM12 FM14 FM16 FM18 FM20
FM6
FM8
COMP C
PEB C
2
3
4
5
6
Fan position
FM11
FM9
FM7
FM12
FM10
FM8
—
—
Fan stage B
1
2
3
4
5
6
—
—
FC B1 FC B2 FC B3 FC B4 FC B5 FC B6
—
—
FM1
FM3
FM5
FM2
FM4
FM6
—
—
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Contactor No.
FC C1 FC C2 FC C3 FC C4 FC C5 FC C6 FC C7 FC C8
Fan position
FM19
FM17
FM15
FM13
FM20
FM18
FM16
FM14
Fan stage A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Contactor No.
FC A1 FC A2 FC A3 FC A4 FC A5 FC A6 FC A7 FC A8
Fan position
FM13
FM11
FM9
FM7
FM14
FM12
FM10
FM8
Fan stage B
1
2
3
4
5
6
—
—
FM11 FM13 FM15 FM17 FM19 FM21
B
FM10
Contactor No.
FM12 FM14 FM16 FM18 FM20 FM22
Fan position
FC B1 FC B2 FC B3 FC B4 FC B5 FC B6
C
—
—
FM1
FM3
FM5
FM2
FM4
FM6
—
—
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Fan stage C
30XA450, 500
COMP —
FC
—
1
Fan stage C
COMP A
FM9
—
Fan position
A
FM1
—
Contactor No.
C
PEB A/B
8
FC A1 FC A2 FC A3 FC A4 FC A5 FC A6
COMP C
PEB
30XA400
COMP B
7
Contactor No.
Contactor No.
FC C1 FC C2 FC C3 FC C4 FC C5 FC C6 FC C7 FC C8
Fan position
FM21
FM19
FM17
FM15
FM22
FM20
FM18
FM16
LEGEND
Compressor
FM
— Fan Motor
Fan Contactor
PEB — Power Electrical Box
Fig. 3B — 30XA Fan Motor Locations (cont)
FUSE
BLOCK 7
BUSS BUSS BUSS
L1
L2
L3
NO
1
3
5
13
SIEMENS
STATUS
L1
L2
L3
NO
1
3
5
13
L1
SIEMENS
L1
STATUS
L1
L2
L3
NO
1
3
5
13
SIEMENS
L1
L2
L3
3
COS
10E
3
4
6
14
11
17
13
NO
3
5
13
3
11
4
17
13
STATUS
6
14
13
NO
L1
1
SIEMENS
L1
BUSS BUSS BUSS
STATUS
FU9
10E
COS
3
6
13
13
L1
STATUS
14
NO
FC-6
6
14
17
13
NO
L2
L3
NO
3
5
13
4
3
11
1
SIEMENS
STATUS
10E
4
6
14
12
13
NO
4
3
17
11
L1
1
L2
L3
NO
3
5
13
1
6
14
13
NO
L2
L3
NO
3
5
13
L1
SIEMENS
STATUS
SIEMENS
COS
10E
COS
10E
STATUS
C/041003
5117006-3A3401
C/041003
COS
FC-12
FC-11
FC-10
5117006-3A3401
3
5117006-3A3401
C/041003
600V
COS
11
COS
10E
600V
5117006-3A3401
C/041003
FC-8
C/041003
4
12
30A
10E
FC-7
C/041003
11
30A
NO
5
NO
5
FC-4
5117006-3A3401
C/041003
COS
10E
FC-3
5117006-3A3401
1
L3
3
FU8
COS
10E
600V
FC-2
L1
L2
1
SIEMENS
STATUS
FU7
30A
L1
BUSS BUSS BUSS
5117006-3A3401
C/041003
5117006-3A3401
3
4
6
14
3
4
6
14
3
4
6
14
11
12
13
NO
11
12
13
NO
11
12
13
NO
FUSE
BLOCK 9
Fig. 4 — Fuse Blocks Installed in Control Panel (30RB210 Unit Shown)
7
L1
FUSE
BLOCK 8
LOW AMBIENT
TEMPERATURE
HEAD PRESSURE
CONTROL WIRING
Fig. 5 — Typical Wiring, 30RB060-390 and 30XA080-500 After Low Ambient
Temperature Head Pressure Control Installed (30RB110-190 Shown)
8
supplied. See Fig. 12 for a view of the inside of the drive
panel once installed.
9. Using three 6-mm screws supplied, install a wiring cover
underneath each panel.
10. For sizes 30RB060-150, replace the existing fan board 1
in the chiller control panel with the one supplied with the
kit. Set the new board address to match the old board.
Similarly, for sizes 30RB160-190 and modular unit sizes
30RB315-390, replace both fan boards 1 and 2; for sizes
30RB210-250 replace fan board 1; for sizes 30RB275
and 300 replace both fan boards 1 and 2. For sizes
30RB210-300, it is not necessary to replace fan board 3.
11. The installation kit contains a two-wire assembly with a
two-pin connector on one end and quick connects on the
other. Connect the signal wiring from each drive to the
quick connects (red from cable to violet, black from cable
to brown). Plug the two-pin connector into the appropriate fan board according to Tables 5A and 5B. See
Fig. 16A and 16B for typical fan board wiring.
Step 3 — Mount the Low Ambient Temperature Head Pressure Control
WARNING
Electrical shock can cause personal injury and death. Shut
off all power to this equipment during installation. There
may be more than one disconnect switch. Tag all disconnect locations to alert others not to restore power until work
is completed.
DANGER
Hazard of electric shock! Wait three minutes after disconnecting incoming power before servicing drive. Capacitors
retain charge after power is removed.
All units require mounting one mounting plate (Fig. 6),
support plate (Fig. 7) and one wiring cover (Fig. 8) per VFD
panel assembly. See Fig. 9A and 9B for drive mounting
locations and the fan number for each circuit.
1. Remove the existing wiring tray cover (four 6-mm
screws). Retain all screws for later use.
2. The fan motor cables removed from the contactors in the
control panel must be routed into the appropriate drive.
Locate these cables and pull them back to the drive location. A tag indicating ‘Motormaster Option’ is secured to
the odd numbered fan from each condenser section and
should be visible with the tray cover removed.
3. Install the support plate first to the bottom side of the coil
rail using 4 of the 8-mm screws supplied.
4. Position the drive in place on this rail and let the front
edge rest on the outer coil rail. Secure the back of the
drive in place to the rail with one (single VFD panel) or
two 8-mm screws (dual VFD panel). Note that the screws
come from below and should engage into threaded inserts
in the drive panel. See Fig. 10.
NOTE: The 30RB060-080 units contain a dual VFD
panel, which are two VFDs, one for each circuit, located
in one large enclosure. The 30RB090-300 and 30XA080500 units contain a single VFD panel, which is one VFD
inside one enclosure, one for each circuit.
5. Snap the plastic bushing into the hole in the front support
rail. See Fig. 11.
6. Pull the existing motor wiring back through this bushing
and up into the drive panel. Connect terminals 1, 2 and 3
of the cable to drive terminals U, V and W.
For the Siemens Micromaster VFD, the drive should already have existing line wiring, signal wiring (red to 3,
black to 4) and two jumpers (2-4 and 5-8 for 200, 208/
230, 380 and 460 v; for 575 v, 2-4 and 5-9) in place.
Ground wires connect to the marked terminals at the bottom front of the drive. See Fig. 12.
For the Schneider Altivar 21 VFD, the drive should have
signal wiring (red to VIA, black to CC) and a jumper
(P24 to F) in place.
7. Route the line side power L1, L2, L3 (Siemens) R/L1, S/
L2, T/L3 (Schneider) and signal cables from the drive
through the bushing in the opposite direction. These
cables go to the main control panel. Connect the line
power cable to the appropriate fuse block (FU7 for
Circuit A, FU8 for Circuit B or FU9 for Circuit C). See
Fig. 13-15.
8. Install the mounting plate to the bottom side of the coil
rail using 4 of the 8-mm screws supplied. Secure the cover portion of the rail in place using 4 of the 6-mm screws
supplied. Secure the front of the drive to the front support
rail (screws install from below) with the 6-mm screws
Fig. 6 — Mounting Plate
(Front Support/Coil Tray Cover)
(P/N 00PSN500037100A)
Fig. 7 — Support Plate (Back Support Rail)
(P/N 00PSN500034400A)
Fig. 8 — Wiring Cover
(P/N 00PSN500036500A)
9
10
VFD
LEGEND
CKT — Circuit
3
30RB060-080
AB
5
7
C
C
11
B
13
A
B
11
30RB300
5
30RB090-110
B
30RB250
30RB190
VFD LOCATION
B
A
17
7
7
7
A
C
30RB120-150
3
3
3
A
Fig. 9A — 30RB VFD Panel and Fan Location
A
B
C
5
15
30RB275
11
B
B
7
7
11
11
30RB210,225
3
3
B
30RB160,170
5
5
A
A
9
9
A
11
30XA080,082
Fig. 9B — 30XA VFD Panel and Fan Location
30XA450,500
30XA400
30XA325-352
30XA260-302
VFD
LEGEND
CB — Control Box
CKT — Circuit
30XA090-122
30XA140-162
30XA180-202
30XA220-242
Fn
0
Jog
P
10 11
L3
L2
L1
SUPPORT PLATE
WIRING COVER
MOUNTING PLATE
Fig. 10 — Low Ambient Temperature
Head Pressure Control Mounting
Fig. 12 — Low Ambient Temperature
Head Pressure Control Wiring
(Siemens Drive Shown)
PLASTIC BUSHING
SUPPORT
PLATE
MOUNTING PLATE
Fig. 11 — Plastic Bushing into Hole Mounting Plate
12
Table 5A — 30RB060-390 Controller
Signal Wiring Location
30RB
UNIT SIZE
L3
060-150
L3
L2
160-190,
315-390
N
L2
L1
D
C
D
+
C
210-225
275-300
L
L1
U
V
W
CIRCUIT A
CIRCUIT B
CIRCUIT C
Fan Board 1,
Channel 9
Fan Board 1,
Channel 9
Fan Board 1,
Channel 9
Fan Board 1,
Channel 9
Fan Board 1,
Channel 10
Fan Board 2,
Channel 9
Fan Board 1,
Channel 10
Fan Board 2,
Channel 9
—
—
Fan Board 3,
Channel 9
Fan Board 3,
Channel 9
Table 5B — 30XA080-500 Controller
Signal Wiring Location
T1 T2 T3
30XA
UNIT SIZE
TO CONDENSER
FAN MOTOR
080-122
Fig. 13 — Low Ambient Temperature Control
Power Wiring (Siemens)
140-352
400-500
CIRCUIT A
CIRCUIT B
Fan Board A,
Channel 9
Fan Board A,
Channel 9
Fan Board A,
Channel 9
Fan Board A,
Channel 10
Fan Board B,
Channel 9
Fan Board B,
Channel 9
CIRCUIT C
—
—
Fan Board C,
Channel 9
ON
DIP SWITCH 2
Step 4 — Configure Unit for Low Ambient
Temperature Head Pressure Control Operation — The unit must be configured for operation. For 30RB
AOUT+ AOUT- P+ N-
12
13
14
15
units, use the scrolling marquee display or the Navigator™ module to configure the system. For 30XA units, use the Touch
Pilot™ display or the Navigator module to configure the system.
To configure the system with the scrolling marquee or Navigator module, perform the following:
1. Set the Enable/Off/Remote Contact switch to the Off
position.
2. Press the ESCAPE key to the top level of the menus and
use the arrow key to select the Configuration mode LED.
3. Press ENTER key, then use the down arrow key to select
sub-mode 'UNIT', then press ENTER key.
4. Press the down arrow key until ‘VAR.A’ is displayed.
5. Press ENTER key twice. The words 'PASS' and ‘WORD’
will flash.
6. Press the Up or Down arrows to display 0 1 1 1 then
ENTER key so that ‘0’ flashes.
7. Use arrow keys to change to ‘1’ and press ENTER.
8. Press the down arrow key until ‘VAR.B’ is displayed.
9. Press ENTER twice so that ‘0’ flashes.
10. Use arrow keys to change to ‘1’ and press ENTER.
11. For sizes 30RB210-300 and 30XA080-500 only, press
the down arrow key until ‘VAR.C’ is displayed.
12. Press ENTER twice so that ‘0’ flashes.
13. Use arrow keys to change to ‘1’ and press ENTER.
14. Press ESCAPE key until display reads ‘UNIT’.
15. Cycle control power to chiller.
16. The chiller is now configured for low ambient temperature control.
To enable low ambient control with the Touch Pilot display:
1. Push the Main Menu button
on the bottom line of the
display, and then select ServiceFactory to navigate to
the factory table.
2. Scroll down the screen by pushing the Scroll Down button
or Page Down button
until the NB Fans on
Varifan Circuit A is displayed on the screen.
DIN1 DIN2 DIN3 24V+ 0V
RLB RLC
ENABLE
JUMPER
(SEE NOTE)
5
8
7
6
9
10
11
10V+ 0V AIN+ AIN-
1
2
3
4
+ –
0-10 VDC FROM FAN BOARD
NOTE: For 575-v units, jumper terminals are 5 and 9.
Fig. 14 — Low Ambient Temperature Control
Signal Wiring (Siemens)
PLC P24 CC
SOURCE
FLA FLB FLC RY
RC
PLC
SINK
SW4
F
R
RES FM
FM VIA
V
I
V
I
JUMPER
PP VIA VIB CC
}
CONNECTOR (RJ45)
SIGNAL
Fig. 15 — Low Ambient Temperature Control
Wiring (Schneider)
13
3. Push the Modify button
. If the login menu is displayed, log in with the password. The default password is
3333. Press the OK button
to confirm the input.
4. The value of varfan_a will display. Change 0 to 1 and
press the OK button
to confirm the input.
5. Configure NB Fans on Varifan Circuit B and NB Fans on
Varifan Circuit C if required for unit size.
6. Push the Home button
on the bottom line. A save
confirmation menu will display. Push the OK button
to confirm the action.
7. The chiller is now configured for low ambient temperature control.
30XA090-352, ALL VOLTAGES
30XA080,082 ALL VOLTAGES
NOTE: For Schneider Altivar 21 connection, attach
red to VIA, black to CC, and a jumper from P24 to F.
This applies to all circuits.
30XA400-500, ALL VOLTAGES
Fig. 16A — Typical 30XA Fan Board Wiring
14
30RB060-080, ALL VOLTAGES
30RB090-150, ALL VOLTAGES
NOTE: For Schneider Altivar 21 connection, attach
red to VIA, black to CC, and a jumper from P24 to F.
This applies to all circuits.
30RB160-190, ALL VOLTAGES
30RB210-300, ALL VOLTAGES
Fig. 16B — Typical 30RB Fan Board Wiring
15
7. Remove jumper wire from terminal position 8.
8. Press Up arrow to parameter P0010.
9. Press P, then up arrow to change 0 to 1. Press P again to
accept change.
10. Press up arrow to parameter P0311. Press P and use down
arrow to change this value to 1140. Press P to accept.
11. Press up arrow to parameter P3900. Press P and use up
arrow to change this value to 1. Press P to accept.
12. Drive will finish standard programming.
13. Press P again and go to parameter P0003. Press P and use
up arrow to change this value to 3. Press P to accept.
14. Press up arrow to parameter P1210. Press P and use up
arrow to change this value to 6. Press P to accept.
15. Press the Up arrow to parameter P1310. Press the P and
use the down arrow to change this value to a 10. Press P
to accept.
16. Press function (Fn) key and then parameter (P) key.
Display should now show 0.00 Hz.
17. Replace wire jumper in terminal position 8.
18. The drive is now active. Check fan rotation before
testing. If fan is spinning forward, further adjustment is
needed. Fan should sit still when commanded speed is
0%. If spinning forward slightly, press parameter P key
and up arrow to parameter P0761. Press P and use up
arrow to change this value to 0.1. Press P to accept.
Check fan. If rotation has stopped no further adjustment
is required. If fan is still rotating forward, press P and use
up arrow to change this value to 0.2. Press P to accept.
Repeat as needed until fan is holding still or is just barely
moving in either direction. A value greater than 0.5
would not normally be required and may indicate excess
electrical noise on the signal cable. The signal cable drain
wire is grounded at both ends. Some applications may
require that the drain wire be lifted at the drive end.
Refer to Table 7 for a list of control buttons and functions.
Step 5 — Configure Low Ambient Temperature Head Pressure Control — The VFDs should be
shipped correctly configured. It is recommended that the
configuration of the VFD is verified prior to proceeding. To
check each drive configuration, complete the following:
For Siemens MicroMaster VFD:
1. Open the fuse block to disconnect power to the VFD.
2. Remove the cover below the display by pushing down
slightly and pulling out from the top. Remove the lower
cover (tabs on each side). Refer to Fig. 17.
3. Remove keypad (press release button and pull out from
top) and verify that DIP switch 1 is off and 2 is on.
Replace keypad.
4. Jumpers must be in place from terminals 2-4 and 5-8 for
200, 208/230, 380 and 460 v; for 575 v, the jumper is
connected to 5-9.
5. Power up drive. Press parameter P key. See Fig. 18.
6. Press up arrow to view parameter P0311. Press P to display the value, which is 1140 for 30RB060-300 units. For
30XA080-500 units with the high ambient temperature
option the P0311 value is also 1140. The P0311 value is
850 for 30XA080-500 units with the standard ambient
temperature option. Refer to Table 6 for unit nameplate
fan motor type. Press P again and Up arrow to parameter
P1210. Press P to display the value, which should be 6. If
either of these values are incorrect, the drive is not correctly configured and Steps 7 through 17 must be followed. If
these two parameters are correct, then the drive is properly
configured - proceed to Step 18, then to the Test the Low
Ambient Temperature Head Pressure Control section.
MM-A1
Table 6 — 30XA Condenser Coil/High Ambient
Option Nameplate Value
Fn
0
Jog
VALUE ON NAMEPLATE,
POSITION 10
P
—
MICROMASTER 420
WARNING!
DANGEROUS VOLTAGES
DISCHARGE TIME 5 MIN
0
ACHTUNG!
GEFAHRUCHE SPANNUNG
ENTLADEZEIT 5 MIN
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Fig. 17 — Removing Lower Cover (Siemens)
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Fig. 18 — Low Ambient Temperature
Head Pressure Controller (Siemens)
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CONDENSER COIL/HIGH
AMBIENT OPTION
Aluminum Fin/Copper Tube,
High Ambient Temperature
Copper Fin/Copper Tube,
High Ambient Temperature
Copper Pre-coat Fin/Aluminum Tube,
High Ambient Temperature
Copper E-coat Fin/Aluminum Tube,
High Ambient Temperature
Copper E-coat Fin/Copper Tube,
High Ambient Temperature
Microchannel Heat Exchanger,
High Ambient Temperature
Aluminum Fin/Copper Tube,
High Ambient Temperature,
Compressor Enclosures
Aluminum Pre-Coat Fin/Copper Tube,
High Ambient Temperature,
Compressor Enclosures
Aluminum E-Coat Fin/Copper Tube,
High Ambient Temperature,
Compressor Enclosures
Aluminum Fin/Copper Tube,
Standard Ambient Temperature,
Compressor Enclosures
Aluminum Pre-Coat Fin/Copper Tube,
Standard Ambient Temperature,
Compressor Enclosures
Aluminum E-Coated Fin/Copper Tube,
Standard Ambient Temperature,
Compressor Enclosures
Table 7 — Low Ambient Temperature Head Pressure Control Operator Panel for Siemens MicroMaster VFD
PANEL/BUTTON
FUNCTION
DESCRIPTION
Indicates Status
The LCD displays the settings currently used by the converter.
Start Converter
The Start Converter button is disabled by default. To enable this button set P0700 = 1.
Stop Converter
Press the Stop Converter button to cause the motor to come to a standstill at the selected
ramp down rate. Disabled by default, to enable set P0700 = 1.
Press the Stop Converter button twice (or hold) to cause the motor to coast to a standstill.
This function is always enabled.
Change Direction
Press the Change Direction button to change the direction of rotation of the motor.
Reverse is indicated by a minus (–) sign or a flashing decimal point. Disabled by default, to
enable set P0700 = 1.
Jog Motor
Press the Jog Motor button while the inverter has no output to cause the motor to start and
run at the preset jog frequency. The motor stops when the button is released. The Jog
Motor button is not enabled when the motor is running.
Functions
The Functions button can be used to view additional information. Press and hold the button to display the following information starting from any parameter during operation:
1. DC link voltage (indicated by d – units V).
2. Output current. (A)
3. Output frequency (Hz)
4. Output voltage (indicated by o – units V).
5. The value selected in P0005 (If P0005 is set to show any of the above [3, 4, or 5] then
this will not be shown when toggling through the menu).
Press the Functions button repeatedly to toggle through displayed values.
Jump Function
Press of the Fn button from any parameter (rXXXX or PXXXX) to immediately jump to
R0000, when another parameter can be changed, if required. Return to R0000 and press
the Functions again to return.
0
jog
Fn
Access Parameters
Allows access to the parameters.
P
Increase Value
Press the Increase Value button to increase the displayed value. To change the Frequency
Setpoint using the operator panel set P1000 = 1.
Decrease Value
Press the Decrease Value button to decrease the displayed value. To change the
Frequency Setpoint using the operating panel set P1000 = 1.
fan at 0 rpm. The head pressure control set point is not adjustable. The MBB determines the control set point as required.
The operating panel is shown in Fig. 19. Refer to the Quick
Start Guide for how to access the programming mode, or the
documentation on CD-ROM (shipped with each VFD) for a
complete set of VFD parameters, fault codes and troubleshooting information. See Table 8 for operating parameters and Table 9 for control parameters.
SCHNEIDER ALTIVAR VFD OPERATION — The low
ambient temperature head pressure controller is pre-configured
to operate from a 0 to 10 vdc analog input signal present on terminals VIA and CC. A jumper between terminals P24 and F is
required for proper operation. The drive is enabled based on an
increase in the analog input signal above 0 vdc. Output is varied from 0 Hz to 60 Hz as the analog signal increases from
0 vdc to 10 vdc. When the signal is at 0 vdc the drive holds the
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Table 8 — Schneider Altivar 21 VFD Operating Parameters
PARAMETER
uLu
F201
F202
F203
F204
F401
F415
F417
F701
tHr
uL
FH
LL
UL
ACC
dEC
cnod
fnod
NAME
Rated Motor Voltage
VIA Speed Reference Level 1
VIA Output Frequency Level 1
VIA Speed Reference Level 2
VIA Output Frequency Level 2
Slip compensation
Rated Motor Current
Rated Motor Speed
Keypad display: % or A/V
Motor Rated Current Overload Setting
Rated Motor Frequency
Maximum Frequency
Low Speed
High Speed
Ramp-up Time
Ramp-down Time
Remote Mode Start/Stop Control
Remote Mode Primary Speed reference
Source
VALUE
Nominal motor voltage(V) from rating plate
5
0
100
60
60%
Nominal motor current(A) from rating plate
Nominal motor speed(RPM) from rating plate
1
Nominal motor current(A) from rating plate
60 Hz
60 Hz
0 Hz
60 Hz
10 Sec
10 Sec
0 (Control terminal logic inputs)
1 (VIA)
1
4
2
RUN
3
5
%
PRG
Hz
MON
Loc
Rem
8
MODE
6
9
ENT
7
10
RUN
CALL
OUT
1
LED/KEY
Display
RUN LED
5
Display
PRG LED
Display
MON LED
Display
Unit
Display
Unit LED
6
Up/Down
arrows
2
3
4
7
8
Up/Down
LED
Loc/Rem
LED
STOP
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11
13
14
CALL
OUT
DESCRIPTION
Illuminates when a run command is applied to the drive
controller. Flashes when a speed reference is present
with the run command.
Illuminates when Programming mode is active. Flashes
when -GrU menus are active.
Illuminates when Monitoring mode is active. Flashes in
fault record display mode.
4 digits, 7 segments
LED/KEY
MODE
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10
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12
13
The % LED illuminates when a displayed numeric
value is a percentage. The Hz LED illuminates when a
displayed numeric value is in hertz.
Depending on the mode, use the arrows to: navigate
between the menus, change a value, or change the
speed reference when Up/Down LED (7) is lit.
Illuminates when the Up/Down arrows are controlling
the speed reference.
Illuminates when Local mode is selected.
Loc/Rem
ENT
RUN LED
RUN
STOP
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DESCRIPTION
Press to select the Keypad mode. Modes are: Run
mode (default on power-up), Programming mode, and
Monitoring mode. Can also be used to go back to the
previous menu.
Switches between Local and Remote modes.
Press to display a parameter’s value or to save a
changed value.
Illuminates when the Run key is enabled.
Pressing this key when the RUN LED is illuminated
starts the drive controller.
Stop/reset key. In Local mode, pressing the STOP key
causes the drive controller to stop based on the setting
of parameter F721. In Remote mode, pressing the
STOP key causes the drive controller to stop based on
the setting of parameter F603. The display will indicate
a flashing “E”. If F735 is set to 0 (default setting), pressing the stop key twice will reset all resettable faults if
the fault condition has been resolved.
Fig. 19 — Schnieder Altivar 21 VFD Display Panel
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Table 9 — Low Ambient Temperature Head Pressure Control Parameters for Schneider Altivar 21 VFD
VIA
PARAMETER
NAME
VALUE
uLu
Rated motor voltage
Nominal motor voltage (in volts) from rating plate.
F201
VIA speed reference level 1
5
F202
VIA output frequency level 1
0
F203
VIA speed reference level 2
100
F204
VIA output frequency level 2
60
F401
Slip compensation
60%
F415
Rated motor current
Nominal motor current (in amps) from rating plate.
F417
Rated motor speed
Nominal motor speed (in RPMs) from rating plate.
F701
Keypad display: % or A/V
1
tHr
Motor rated current overload setting
Nominal motor current (in amps) from rating plate.
uL
Rated motor frequency
60 Hz
FH
Maximum frequency
60 Hz
LL
Low speed
0 Hz
UL
High Speed
60 Hz
AU1
Auto Ramp Adaption
0
ACC
Ramp-up time
10 seconds
dEC
Ramp-down time
10 seconds
cnod
Remote mode Start/Stop control
0 (control terminal logic inputs)
fnod
Remote mode primary speed
reference source
1 (VIA)
LEGEND
— Voltage/Current Input Channel A
Step 6 — Test the Low Ambient Temperature
Head Pressure Control — Refer to the Controls,
TROUBLESHOOTING
A partial list of VFD parameters, fault codes and troubleshooting information can be found in the instructions given in
the Controls, Start-Up, Operation, Service and Troubleshooting
Guide.
Refer to the documentation on a CD-ROM shipped with the
VFD for a complete set of instructions for more information.
Start-Up, Operation, Service and Troubleshooting guide to
verify proper operation of the controllers and outdoor-fan
motors. Fan speed output is tested using the Quick Test
sub-mode under the Service Test mode. Parameters ‘SPD.A,’
‘SPD.B’ and ‘SPD.C’ can be set to any value from 0 to 100%
where 0% output is 0.0 Hz and 100% output is 60.0 Hz.
The VFDs are always powered whenever the main power to
the chiller is on. When the system calls for a compressor on
any circuit, the VFD for that circuit will be used as the first fan
stage. The fan board output signal will command the VFD to
operate between 0.0 and 60.0 Hz. This can be seen from the
display on each VFD.
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Copyright 2011 Carrier Corporation
Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.
Catalog No. 04-53300086-01
Printed in U.S.A.
Form 30-15SI
Pg 20
12-11
Replaces: 30-8SI
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