IM 1139-6 SmartSource Single Stage Horizontal & Vertical

IM 1139-6 SmartSource Single Stage Horizontal & Vertical
Installation and Maintenance Manual
IM 1139-6
Group: WSHP
Document PN: 910158158
Date: October 2014
SmartSourceв„ў Single Stage Horizontal & Vertical Water
Source Heat Pumps
Model GSH - Horizontal Unit
Model GSV - Vertical Unit
Sizes 007 – 070
People and ideas you can trust.в„ў
Contents
Nomenclature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
MicroTech SmartSource Controller with LonWorksВ®
Communication Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Installation Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
MicroTech SmartSource Controller with BACnetВ®
Communication Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Physical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Fan Speed Selector Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Safety, Receiving and Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Vertical Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Constant Torque ECM Motor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Horizontal Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Constant CFM Type ECM Motor Fan Settings . . . . . 41
Installation – GSH Horizontal Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Start-Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Service Clearances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Information for Initial Start-up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Installation Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Check, Test & Start Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Discharge Air Conversion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Operating Limits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Ductwork & Attenuation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Discharge Duct Dimensions – Sizes 007, 009, 012 . 12
Motorized Isolation Valve & Relay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Discharge Duct Dimensions – Sizes 015 through
070 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Typical Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
MicroTech III Unit Control with BACnet Communication
Module (HGRH) - 265-277V, 1-Phase . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Return Air Filter Rack Assembly & Duct Collar
Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
MicroTech III Unit Control with BACnet Communication
Module (HGRH)- 265-277V, 1-Phase, Service &
Disconnect . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Installation – GSV Vertical Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Service Clearances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
MicroTech III Unit Control with BACnet Communication
Module (WSE & DSH) - 208-230V, 1-Phase with 115V
Loop Pumps and 20kW Electric Heat . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Ductwork and Attenuation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Discharge Duct Collar Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Piping & Electrical Connections Locations . . . . . . . . 18
MicroTech III Unit Control with BACnet Communication
Module (WSE & DSH) Service & Disconnect - 208230V, 1-Phase with 115V Loop Pumps and 20kW
Electric Heat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Return Air Filter Rack Assembly & Duct Collar
Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Hydronic Heat Discharge Air, Return Air Duct Flanges
and Piping Connections Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
MicroTech III Unit Control with LonWorks
Communication Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Installation – GSV & GSH Units With WSE . . . . . . . 20
Waterside Economizer For GSV and GSH
SmartSourceв„ў Water Source Heat Pumps . . . . . . . 20
208-230V, 3-Phase with 230V Loop Pumps and 5kW
Electric Heat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Vertical Unit With WSE Piping Location Dimensions 21
MicroTech III Unit Control with LonWorks
Communication Module Service & Disconnect 208230V, 3-Phase with 230V Loop Pumps and 5kW
Electric Heat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Horizontal Unit With WSE Piping Location
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
System Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
MicroTech III Unit Control with BACnet Communication
Module (WSE) 460V, 3-Phase with 230V Loop Pumps
and 20kW Electric Heat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Water Loop Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Ground-Loop Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Ground-Water Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
MicroTech III Unit Control with BACnet Communication
Module (WSE) Service & Disconnect - 460V, 3-Phase
with 230V Loop Pumps and 20kW Electric Heat . . . 51
Water System Quality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Supply & Return Piping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Piping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Condensate Drain Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
MicroTech III Unit Control with Hydronic Heat (HYH) 52
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
General Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Cleaning & Flushing System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
The in and outs of R-410A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Lubrication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Jumper Configuration Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
MicroTechВ® III SmartSource Unit Controller . . . . . . . 35
Unit Protections & LED Fault Status Annunciation . . 35
Charging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Typical Refrigeration Cycles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Water Source Heat Pump Equipment Check, Test and
Start Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Electric Heat Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Compressor Heating Source Selection . . . . . . . . . . 38
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Nomenclature
Note: Text displayed in Bold-Italics designate standard offering.
Category
Code Item
Code Option
Code Designation & Description (Bold-Italic = Standard)
Product Category
1
1
W = Water Source Heat Pump
Model Type
2
2-3
GS = High Efficiency Single Stage
Configuration 3
4
H =Horizontal
V =Vertical
Nominal Capacity 4
5-7
007 = 7,000 Btuh Nominal Cooling
009 = 9,000 Btuh Nominal Cooling
012 = 12,000 Btuh Nominal Cooling
015 = 15,000 Btuh Nominal Cooling
019 = 19,000 Btuh Nominal Cooling
024 = 24,000 Btuh Nominal Cooling
030 = 30,000 Btuh Nominal Cooling
036 = 36,000 Btuh Nominal Cooling
042 = 42,000 Btuh Nominal Cooling
048 = 48,000 Btuh Nominal Cooling
060 = 60,000 Btuh Nominal Cooling
070 = 70,000 Btuh Nominal Cooling
Unit Control
5
8
B = MicroTech III SmartSource unit controller
Design Series (Vintage) 6
9
1 = Revision / Design Series 1
Voltage 7
10
A =115/60/1
E =208-230/60/1
F =208-230/60/3
J =265/60/1
K =460/60/3
Range for Entering Water/Glycol Temp.
8
11-12
GW = Ground Water
WL = Water Loop
GL = Ground Loop
Return Air Location
9
13
L = Left-Hand Return Air & Right-Hand Piping
R = Right-Hand Return Air & Right-Hand Piping
Discharge Air Location 10
14
E = End (Horizontal Unit Only)
T = Top (Vertical Unit Only)
S = Straight (Horizontal Unit Only)
Fan Motor
11
15
4 = ECM Constant CFM
5 = ECM Constant Torque
Dehumidification Option 12
16
B = Hot Gas Reheat Smart Dehumidification (Unit Sizes 015-070)
C= Simplified Dehumidification (Lower CFM no HGRH or no Humidistat)
D = Humidistat Controlled Dehumidification (No HGRH)
E = Humidistat Only
Y =None
Sound Package 13
17
Y =None
A =Premium
Coaxial Heat Exchanger Construction
15
19
C = Copper Inner Tube - Steel Outer Tube
(Supply Liquid / Refrigerant)
S = Cupronickel Inner Tube - Steel Outer Tube
Primary Air Coil Option
16
20
S =Standard
E =E-Coated
Communication Module 19
24
B =BACnet
L=
LonWorks
Y =None
Filter Rack 2025
2 = 4-Sided, 2" w/Duct Collar & Door
3 = 4-Sided, 2" w/Duct Collar, Door, Hi-Merv Seal
4 = 4-Sided, 4" w/Duct Collar, Door, Hi-Merv Seal
Y =None
Filter Type 21
26
A =Disposable
E = Merv 8 Factory-Installed
G = Merv 13 (4-inch thick) Factory-Installed
Y =None
Water Coil - Indoor Air
22
27
E = Waterside Economizer
H = Hydronic Heat
Y =None
Electric Heating - Indoor Air 23
28
C = 5.0 kW Internal Electric Heater
E = 10.0 kW Internal Electric Heater
F = 15.0 kW Internal Two Stage Electric Heater
G = 20.0 kW Internal Two Stage Electric Heater
P = Control for Electric Heat, Single 24V Signal (Field-installed Duct Heater by others)
Y =None
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Model Nomenclature
Category
Code Item
Code Option
Code Designation & Description (Bold-Italic = Standard)
Control Secondary Heat Type 24
29
B = Boilerlerss Electric Heat
E = Emergency Electric Heat
P = Primary Electric Heat (No Heat Pump Heating)
S = Supplemental Heat
Y=None
Desuperheater (Hot Water Generator) 25
30
D= Desuperheater
Y=None
Loop Pump 2631-32
1S = One Low Head 230 Volt Pump
1L = One High Head 230 Volt Pump
2S = Two Low Head 230 Volt Pumps
2L = Two High Head 230 Volt Pumps
3S = One Low Head 115 Volt Pump
4S = Two Low Head 115 Volt Pumps
YY= None
Coaxial Coil Supply Liquid 2733
B = 2-Way, Motorized - 24v Valve Control, NO
Flow Control
Y=None
Coaxial Coil Supply Liquid 28
34
A = Auto Flow Control 1.5 GPM
J = Auto Flow Control 9.0 GPM
Auto Flow Reg
B = Auto Flow Control 2.0 GPM
K = Auto Flow Control 10.0 GPM
C = Auto Flow Control 2.5 GPM
L = Auto Flow Control 11.0 GPM
D = Auto Flow Control 3.0GPM
M = Auto Flow Control 12.0 GPM
E = Auto Flow Control 4.0 GPM
N = Auto Flow Control 13.0 GPM
G = Auto Flow Control 5.0 GPM
P = Auto Flow Control 15.0 GPM
H = Auto Flow Control 6.0 GPM
S = Auto Flow Control 18.0 GPM
I = Auto Flow Control 8.0 GPM
Y=None
Desuperheater Water Flow Options
31
37
Q = Pump - 208-230/60/1 Voltage
Y=None
Water Coil Piping Package Options
35
41
A = 3-Way Motorized - 24V Valve Control, NO to Coax
(Hot Water or Waterside Economizer
Primary Drain Pan Material
39
45
S - Stainless Steel
Compressor Insulation
41
47
B = Compressor Insulation Sound Blanket
Y=None
Compressor Isolation
42
48
B = Isolated base
Unit Cabinet Insulation
43
49
S=1/2″ Fiberglass Skin-Face in Compressor Section, 1/2″ Fiberglass
Foil-Face Insulation in Airside Section
I = Indoor Air Quality Insulation Package - 3/8" Closed Cell Foam in Compressor Note: Section, 3/8" Closed Cell Foam Insulation in Airside Section
*Compressor sound blanket is not recommended R = Sound Reduction Package – 3/4" Sound Insulation in Compressor Section and on a unit with a rotary compressor Air Section (Unit Sizes 007 - 019)*
1/2" Fiberglass Skin-Face in Compressor Section with Compressor Sound
Blanket, 3/4" Sound Insulation in Airside Section (Unit Sizes 024 - 070)
Insulation - Piping
45
51
A = Insulated Piping
Y=None
Cabinet Finish 47
53
A = Powder Coat
Y=None
Cabinet Color
48
54
Y=None
W = Off White
T = Textured Charcoal Bronze
Fan Motor Control
50
56
C = Various Speeds with 4 Adjustment Settings
Disconnect Switch 53
60
Y=None
N= Non-Fused
Control Transformer
55
62
1 = 50VA Control Transformer
2 = 75VA Control Transformer
Thermostat/Sensor Control
56
63
T = Thermostat Control
S = Sensor Control
Expansion Device
75
82
A = Thermal Expansion Valve Thermal Bulb and
Equalizer Tube
Alarm Relay
76
83
A = Alarm Relay (Dry Contacts)
Y = None
Extended Warranty, Parts Only
91
105-106
YY= None
1E = 1-Year, Entire Unit Parts Only
2C = 2-Year Parts (Compressor Only)
2R = 2-Year Parts (Refrigerant Circuit)
3C = 3-Year Parts (Compressor Only)
3R = 3-Year Parts (Refrigerant Circuit)
4C = 4-Year Parts (Compressor Only)
4R = 4-Year Parts (Refrigerant Circuit)
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General Information
Safety, Receiving and Storage
Installation Considerations
WARNING
CAUTION
Sharp edges can cause personal injury. Avoid contact with them.
Upon receipt of the equipment, check carton for visible
damage. Make a notation on the shipper’s delivery
ticket before signing. If there is any evidence of rough
handling, immediately open the cartons to check for
concealed damage. If any damage is found, notify
the carrier within 48 hours to establish your claim and
request their inspection and a report. The Warranty
Claims Department should then be contacted.
Do not stand or transport the machines on end. For
storing, each carton is marked with “up” arrows.
In the event that elevator transfer makes up-ended
positioning unavoidable, do not operate the machine
until it has been in the normal upright position for at least
24 hours.
Temporary storage at the job site must be indoor,
completely sheltered from rain, snow, etc. High or low
temperatures naturally associated with weather patterns
will not harm the units. Excessively high temperatures,
140В°F (60В°C) and higher, may deteriorate certain plastic
materials and cause permanent damage.
IMPORTANT
This product was carefully packed and thoroughly inspected
before leaving the factory. Responsibility for its safe delivery was
assumed by the carrier upon acceptance of the shipment. Claims
for loss or damage sustained in transit must therefore be made
upon the carrier as follows:
The installer must determine and follow all applicable codes
and regulations. This equipment presents hazards of electricity,
rotating parts, sharp edges, heat and weight. Failure to read and
follow these instructions can result in property damage, severe
personal injury or death. This equipment must be installed by
experienced, trained personnel only.
1. To prevent damage, do not operate this equipment
for supplementary heating and cooling during the
construction period.
2. Inspect the carton for any specific tagging numbers
indicated by the factory per a request from the
installing contractor.
Note: 1. Check the unit data plate for correct voltage,
phase and capacity with the plans before
installing the equipment. Also, make sure all
electrical ground connections are made in
accordance with local code.
2. ECM motors on 460/60/3 volt units require
a 265 volt power supply. Both a hot AND a
neutral wire are required to obtain proper fan
motor voltage. Therefore, 4-wires with a wye
type wiring arrangement is required.
3. Check the unit size against the plans to verify that
the unit is being installed in the correct location.
4. Before installation, check the available ceiling height
versus the height of the unit.
5. Note the location and routing of water piping,
condensate drain piping, and electrical wiring. The
locations of these items are clearly marked on
submittal drawings.
VISIBLE LOSS OR DAMAGE
Any external evidence of loss or damage must be noted on the
freight bill or carrier’s receipt, and signed by the carrier’s agent.
Failure to adequately describe such external evidence of loss or
damage may result in the carrier’s refusal to honor a damage
claim. The form required to file such a claim will be supplied by
the carrier.
6. The installing contractor will find it beneficial to
confer with piping, sheet metal, and electrical
foremen before installing any unit.
7. The contractor shall cover the units to protect the
machines during finishing of the building. This is
critical while spraying fireproofing material on bar
joists, sandblasting, spray painting and plastering. If
plastic film is not available, the shipping carton may
be modified to cover the units during construction.
CONCEALED LOSS OR DAMAGE
Concealed loss or damage means loss or damage which does
not become apparent until the product has been unpacked. The
contents may be damaged in transit due to rough handling even
though the carton may not show external damages. When the
damage is discovered upon unpacking, make a written request
for inspection by the carrier’s agent within fifteen (15) days of the
delivery date and file a claim with the carrier.
8. Remove the Styrofoam shipping block under the fan
housing on horizontal units before start-up.
Figure 1: Horizontal unit foam shipping block
Remove foam
shipping block
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Physical Data
Vertical Units
Table 1: Unit sizes 007 through 030
Unit Sizes 007 through 030
Description
007
009
012
015
019
024
030
Scroll
Compressor Type
Rotary
Rotary
Rotary
Rotary
Rotary
Scroll
Refrigeration Charge (Oz.)
26
26
29
42
42
56
54
Fan Wheel (D x W)
6" x 8"
6" x 8"
6" x 8"
9" x 7"
9" x 7"
9" x 7"
9" x 7"
Fan Motor HP
1/10
1/10
1/10
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/2
Water Connection Size (FPT)
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
3/4"
3/4"
3/4"
3/4"
Desuperheater Connection
Size (FPT)
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
Coax & Water Piping Volume (Gal. @ 70ВєF)
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
Condensate Connection Size (FPT)
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
Air Coil Face Area (Sq Ft.)
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.5
2.5
4.1
4.1
Air Coil Dimensions (W x H)
18" x 17"
18" x 17"
18" x 17"
18" x 20"
18" x 20"
28" x 20.5"
28" x 20.5"
Air Coil Rows
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Air Coil Tube Size
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
Filter Size
17.5" x 20.0"
17.5" x 20.0"
17.5" x 20.0"
18.0" x 20.0"
18.0" x 20.0"
27.8" x 22.1"
27.8" x 22.1"
Operating Weight
148
151
151
201
202
231
233
Shipping Weight
170
173
173
220
221
265
267
Table 2: Unit sizes 036 through 070
Description
Unit Sizes 036 through 070
036
042
048
060
070
Scroll
Compressor Type
Scroll
Scroll
Scroll
Scroll
Refrigeration Charge (Oz.)
72
90
88
120
122
Fan Wheel (D x W)
11" x 10"
11" x 10"
11" x 10"
11" x 10"
11" x 10"
Fan Motor HP
1/2
3/4
3/4
1
1
Water Connection Size (FPT)
3/4"
1"
1"
1"
1"
Desuperheater Connection Size (FPT)
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
Coax & Water Piping Volume (Gal. @ 70ВєF)
0.5
0.5
1.1
2.1
2.1
Condensate Connection Size (FPT)
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
Air Coil Face Area (Sq Ft.)
4.9
5.6
5.6
6.4
6.4
Air Coil Dimensions (W x H)
26" x 27"
30" x 27"
30" x 27"
34" x 27"
34" x 27"
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Air Coil Rows
3
3
3
3
3
Air Coil Tube Size
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
Filter Size
28.9" x 25.9"
28.9" x 29.9"
28.9" x 29.9"
33.9" x 29.9"
33.9" x 29.9"
Operating Weight
313
350
352
470
477
Shipping Weight
344
382
384
496
503
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Horizontal Units
Table 3: Unit sizes 007 through 030
Unit Sizes 007 through 030
Description
007
009
012
015
019
024
030
Scroll
Compressor Type
Rotary
Rotary
Rotary
Rotary
Rotary
Scroll
Refrigeration Charge (Oz.)
26
26
29
42
42
56
54
Fan Wheel (D x W)
6" x 8"
6" x 8"
6" x 8"
9" x 7"
9" x 7"
9" x 7"
9" x 7"
Fan Motor HP
1/10
1/10
1/10
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/2
Water Connection Size (FPT)
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
3/4"
3/4"
3/4"
3/4"
Desuperheater Connection Size (FPT)
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
Coax & Water Piping Volume
(Gal. @ 70ВєF)
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
Condensate Connection Size (FPT)
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
Air Coil Face Area (Sq Ft.)
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.5
2.5
4.1
4.1
Air Coil Dimensions (W x H)
16" x 17"
16" x 17"
16" x 17"
18" x 20"
18" x 20"
18" x 32.5"
18" x 32.5"
Air Coil Rows
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Air Coil Tube Size
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
Filter Size
15.5" x 20.0"
15.5" x 20.0"
15.5" x 20.0"
18.0" x 20.0"
18.0" x 20.0"
16.75" x 34"
16.75" x 34"
Operating Weight
148
151
154
200
214
254
256
Shipping Weight
165
168
171
214
228
289
291
Table 4: Unit sizes 036 through 070
Unit Sizes 036 through 070
Description
Compressor Type
036
042
048
060
070
Scroll
Scroll
Scroll
Scroll
Scroll
Refrigeration Charge (Oz.)
72
90
88
120
122
Fan Wheel (D x W)
11" x 10"
11" x 10"
11" x 10"
11" x 10"
11" x 10"
Fan Motor HP
1/2
3/4
3/4
1
1
Water Connection Size (FPT)
3/4"
1"
1"
1"
1"
Desuperheater Connection Size (FPT)
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
Coax & Water Piping Volume (Gal. @ 70ВєF)
1.1
1.2
1.2
2.1
2.1
Condensate Connection Size (FPT)
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
Air Coil Face Area (Sq Ft.)
5.0
5.6
5.6
6.4
6.4
Air Coil Dimensions (W x H)
26" x 27"
30" x 27"
30" x 27"
34" x 27"
34" x 27"
Air Coil Rows
3
3
3
3
3
Air Coil Tube Size
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
Filter Size
18.75" x 37.25"
18.75" x 42.62"
18.75" x 42.62"
18.75" x 48"
18.75" x 48"
Operating Weight
329
365
367
472
478
Shipping Weight
361
408
410
514
521
Table 5: Horizontal unit corner weights, percentage of total operating weight (Base unit only)
007
148
009
151
012
154
015
200
019
214
024
254
030
256
036
329
042
365
048
367
060
472
070
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A
B
C
D
D
C
Water Connections
Compressor
30%
20%
20%
30%
B
7
Unit Front
Total
Operating Weight (lbs.)
Control Box
Unit
Size
A
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Service Clearances
Figure 2: Recommended minimum & optimum unit clearances
Procedure
1. Locate the unit in an area that allows for easy
removal of the filter and access panels. Leave the
recommended amount of clearance around the
heat pump for easy removal, and to perform routine
maintenance, or troubleshooting, refer to Figure 2.
Provide sufficient room to make water, electrical and
duct connections.
2. The contractor should make sure that adequate
ceiling panel access exists, including clearance for
hanger brackets, duct collars and fittings at water
and electrical connections.
3. Allow adequate room below the unit for a
condensate trap and do not locate the unit above
pipes. External trap is not required for vertical units.
5. Each unit is furnished with a hanger kit. The kit
is shipped un-assembled and includes hanger
brackets, rubber isolators, washers, bolts and
lock washers. Lay out the threaded rods per the
dimensions in Figure 5 on page 9.
6. When attaching the hanger rods to the unit, a
double nut is recommended since vibration could
loosen a single nut. The installer is responsible for
providing the hex nuts when installing hanger rods.
Refer to Figure 6 on page 9.
7. Leave minimum 3" (76 mm) extra threaded rod
below the double nuts or minimum 3" (76 mm)
clearance between top of unit and ceiling above to
facilitate top panel removal for servicing.
Figure 3: Typical horizontal unit installation
4. Each unit is suspended from the ceiling by four
threaded rods. The rods are attached to the unit
corners by a hanger bracket through a rubber
isolator.
CAUTION
Do not use rods smaller than shown in Figure 6 on page 9.
The rods must be securely anchored to the ceiling or to the bar
joists.
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Installation Considerations
Figure 7: Heavy-duty hanger brackets (sizes 024-070)
Filter Access
3/8"
Threaded Rod
(By Others)
Each unit is shipped with a filter bracket for side filter
removal. For opposite side filter removal the filter rack
assembly may be turned 180 degrees. Also, a sheet
metal duct filter retainer can be fabricated when return
air duct work is used.
Heavy-Duty
Bracket
Vibration
Isolator
Figure 4: Filter rack filter door removal
Bolt & Lock
Washer
Hex Nuts (Double)
(By Others)
Horizontal unit sizes 024 through 070 are provided with
heavy-duty hanger brackets, fastening bolts, vibration
isolators and washers. Do not subsitute these brackets
for others, for unit sizes 024 through 070. 3/8" threaded
rods and hex nuts (doubled) are provided by others.
Threaded
access door
knobs
Filter rack
Discharge Air Conversion
A straight discharge unit may be converted to an end
discharge by doing the following:
Note: The information covered in this section of the
blower assembly orientation is typical of Daikin
units. Regardless, if you are changing end to
straight or straight to end the blower assembly
has to turn 90 degrees and simultaneously rotate
180 degrees to achieve the proper orientation.
Not all Daikin units will have the same air discharge location but will have the same general
results when following the instructions.
Filter access door
Figure 5: Hanger bracket locations - sizes 026-072
X
Y
DANGER
W
Hazardous Voltage! Disconnect all electric power
including remote disconnects before servicing.
Failure to disconnect power before servicing can
cause severe personal injury or death.
Table 6: Hanger bracket location dimensions, in inches (mm)
Unit Size
W
X
Y
007, 009, 012
44.67 (1135)
23.60 (599)
19.10 (485)
19.90 (505)
015, 019
50.06 (1272)
24.40 (620)
024, 030
62.16 (1579)
23.90 (607)
18.64 (474)
036
72.16" (1833)
27" (686)
21.24" (539)
042, 048
77.57" (1970)
27" (686)
21.24" (539)
060, 070
82.97" (2107)
27" (686)
21.24" (539)
CAUTION
Sharp edges can cause personal injury. Avoid contact with them.
Note: All dimensions within В± 0.10 inches (2.5 mm).
1. Turn off power to the unit at the breaker box.
Figure 6: Hanger bracket details (sizes 007-019)
2. Remove the top panel by removing the screws
around the perimeter of the top securing it to the
lower cabinet (Figure 8 on page 10).
3/8" Threaded Rod
(By Others)
Bolt & Lock
Washer
Note: Retain all screws for reinstalling.
3. Remove the access panel to the fan motor by
loosening the two (2) screws at the bottom holding
the panel (Figure 8 on page 10). Remove the
piece of insulation at the bottom on the side of the
bottom panel.
Vibration Isolator
Washer
Hex Nuts (Double)
(By Others)
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Figure 8: Remove top and access panel to fan motor
Remove Top
Remove screws around
the perimeter of top
Remove Access Panel to
Fan Assembly
Fan Discharge Panel Assembly
(Bottom-Horizontal Orientation)
Remove two (2) screws at bottom of access panel
to access fan motor
4. Remove the screws securing the fan discharge panel assembly (Figure 8).
5. Lift the fan assembly out rotating it 180 degrees and position it within the opening at the end of the unit (Figure 9).
With the fan motor in the end discharge position the fan and housing orientation is top-horizontal. In a straight air
discharge arrangement the housing is in the bottom-horizontal orientation.
6. Secure the fan assembly to the unit frame with the screws removed previously.
7. Reinstall the access panel in the fan motor access opening (Figure 10 on page 11).
8. Reinstall the top panel and secure with screws removed previously.
Note: If installed correctly the fan motor should be accessible when the fan motor access panel is removed.
Figure 9: Lift out the fan assembly, turn 90 degrees and rotate 180 degrees
Rotate the Fan Assembly 180 degrees
End Discharge
Arrangement
(Top-Horizontal) Orientation
Position the fan assembly in the
end opening with the fan in the
“top-horizontal” orientation
Straight Discharge Arrangement
(Bottom-Horizontal) Orientation
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to the cabinet. Note bottom-horizontal
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Figure 10: Reinstall the top and access panel
Reinstall Top
Reinstall Access Panel
to Fan Motor
Ductwork & Attenuation
Discharge ductwork is normally used with these
conditioners. Return air ductwork may also be required.
All ductwork should conform to industry standards of
good practice as described in the ASHRAE Systems
Guide.
The discharge duct system will normally consist of:
• a flexible connector at the unit
• a 10 ft. length of insulted duct
• and a trunk duct teeing into a branch duct with
discharge diffusers as shown in Figure 11
With metal duct material, the entire branch duct should
be internally lined with acoustic fibrous insulation for
sound attenuation. Glass fiber duct board material is
more absorbing and may permit omission of the flexible
boot connector.
As a general recommendation, the acoustic fibrous
insulation should be at least 1/2 inch thick over the
entire duct run (Figure 11). For better sound attenuation,
line the last five diameters of duct before each register
with a one-inch thick sound blanket. Elbows, tees and
dampers can create turbulence or distortion in the
airflow. Place a straight length of duct, 5 to 10 times the
duct width, before the next fitting to smooth out airflow.
Diffusers that are located in the bottom of a trunk duct
can also produce noise. For this same reason, volume
control dampers should be located several duct widths
upstream from an air outlet.
For Hotel, Motel, Dormitory or Nursing Home
applications that use a single duct discharge, a velocity
of 500 to 600 fpm is suggested. These applications
typically have static pressures as low as 0.05 inches of
water and duct lengths approximately six feet in length.
The discharge duct must be fully lined and have a
square elbow without turning vanes. Return air for these
applications should enter through a “low” sidewall filter
grille and route up the stud space to a ceiling plenum.
For horizontal heat pumps mounted from the ceiling,
an insulated return plenum is sometimes placed at the
return air opening to further attenuate line-of-sight sound
transmission through return openings.
Figure 11: Typical ducting of horizontal unit
Acoustically
Insulated Return
Air Duct
Trunk Duct
Room Air
Supply Diffuser
Flexible (Boot)
Connector
Acoustically Insulated
Duct (approximately 10')
Trunk Duct Tee
Branch Duct
Branch Duct
Room Air Supply Diffuser
Room Air Supply Diffuser
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Discharge Duct Dimensions – Sizes 007, 009, 012
Figure 12: Discharge duct collar locations
P
P
FM AP
FM AP
O
C
C
O
R
R
G
Q
G
A
Left Return - End Discharge
Q
A
Right Return - End Discharge
FM AP
O
Front
Front
O
N
N
P
P
M
M
Left Return - Straight Discharge View
Right Return - Straight Discharge View
Legend: FM AP = Fan Motor Access Panel
Table 7: Discharge duct & return air coil opening dimensions, in inches (mm) – Sizes 007, 009, 012
Discharge Air Duct Connection in inches (mm)
GSH
Horizontal Unit
M
007, 009, 012
6.18 (157)
N
Left-hand
Right-hand
4.25 (108)
8.09 (206)
O
P
Q
4.89 (124 )
9.45 (240)
6.12 (156)
R
Left-hand
Right-hand
8.09 (206)
4.25 (108)
Note: All duct dimensions are referenced from the outside edge of the flange.
Table 8: Piping connections dimensions, in inches (mm) – Sizes 007, 009, 012
Piping Connections in inches (mm)
GSH Horizontal
Unit
D
007, 009, 0121
E
Electrical Connections in inches (mm)
G
Supply
Return
2.65 (67)
5.65 (144)
F
Condensate Drain
3/4" FPT
H
1.47 (37)
3.76 (96)
1.98 (50)
J
K
L
Low Voltage2
Between
Line Voltage3
2.08” (53)
7.06 (179)
9.14 (232)
Notes: 1
Supply and return piping connections = 1/2" (13 mm) FPT.
Low voltage opening = 7/8" (22 mm) diameter.
3 Line voltage opening = 1-1/8" (29 mm) diameter.
2
Figure 13: Piping & electrical connections locations – Sizes 007, 009, 012
Low
Voltage
(Note 2)
Line Voltage
(Note 3)
C AP
L
(Note 1)
K
D
J
E
F
H
A
Front View
Legend: C AP = Control Access Panel
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Discharge Duct Dimensions – Sizes 015 through 070
Figure 14: Discharge duct collar locations
P
P
FM AP
FM AP
O
O
R
R
Q
G
G
Left Return - End Discharge
Q
Right Return - End Discharge
FM AP
O
Front
N
P
Front
O
N
M
M
Left Return - Straight Discharge View
P
Right Return - Straight Discharge View
Legend: FM AP = Fan Motor Access Panel
Table 9: Discharge duct collar dimensions, in inches (mm) – Sizes 015 through 070
Discharge Air Duct Connection in inches (mm)
GSH
Horizontal Unit
M
015, 019
N
O
P
Q
3.15 (80)
10.46 (266)
9.33 (237)
6.20 (157)
2.71 (69)
10.39 (264)
4.74 (120)
2.81 (71)
13.75 (349)
4.88 (124)
4.74 (120)
2.81 (71)
13.75 (349)
4.88 (124)
4.74 (120)
2.81 (71)
13.75 (349)
Left-hand
Right-hand
4.64 (118)
5.75 (146)
024, 030
4.41 (112)
036
4.88 (124)
042, 048
060, 070
R
Left-hand
Right-hand
4.63 (118)
3.15 (80)
5.75 (146)
9.32 (237)
4.41 (112)
2.71 (69)
6.20 (157)
13.25 (337)
4.88 (124)
2.81 (71)
4.74 (120)
13.25 (337)
4.88 (124)
2.81 (71)
4.74 (120)
13.25 (337)
4.88 (124)
2.81 (71)
4.74 (120)
Note: All duct dimensions are referenced from the outside edge of the flange.
Table 10: Piping & electrical connections dimensions, in inches (mm) – Sizes 015 through 070
Piping Connections in inches (mm)
GSH
Horizontal Unit
D
Supply
E
Return
Electrical Connections in inches (mm)
G
F
Condensate Drain
3/4" FPT
H
J
K
L
Low Voltage3
Between
Line Voltage4
9.14 (232)
015, 0191
2.95 (75)
5.95 (151)
1.47 (37)
4.07 (103)
1.98 (50)
2.08 (53)
7.06 (179)
024, 0301
2.58 (66)
13.39 (340)
1.57 (40)
4.29 (109)
1.94 (49)
2.57 (65)
7.36 (187)
9.93 (252)
0361
2.76 (70)
13.57 (345)
1.57 (40)
4.36 (111)
1.94 (49)
3.57 (91)
8.23 (209)
11.81 (300)
042, 0482
3.07 (78)
13.88 (353)
1.57 (40)
4.36 (111)
1.94 (49)
3.57 (91)
8.23 (209)
11.81 (300)
060, 0702
3.07 (78)
13.88 (353)
1.57 (40)
4.36 (111)
1.94 (49)
3.57 (91)
8.23 (209)
11.81 (300)
Notes: 1 Supply and return piping connections = 3/4" (19 mm) FPT.
2 Supply and return piping connections = 1" (25.4 mm) FPT.
3 Low voltage opening = 7/8" (22 mm) diameter.
4 Line voltage opening = 1-1/8" (29 mm) diameter.
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Return Air Filter Rack Assembly &
Duct Collar Connections
Figure 15: Piping & electrical connections locations
Line Voltage
(Note 4, page 13 )
Low Voltage
(Note 3, page 13)
C AP
L
(Note 1,
page 13)
K
D
J
H
F
Front View
Legend: C AP = Control Access Panel
Figure 16: Unit with optional disconnect switch
Line voltage hole
in disconnect switch
Disconnect
switch
E
Return air ductwork can be connected to the standard
filter rack, see Figure 17. The unit comes standard with
a 2" (51mm) thick factory-installed throwaway filter,
mounted in a 4-sided combination filter rack and return
air duct collar. Filters can be easily removed from either
side by interchanging the removable filter door to the
right or left side and rotating the filter rack assembly 180
degrees. Do not use sheet metal screws directly into
the unit cabinet for connection of supply or return air
ductwork, especially return air ductwork which can hit
the drain pan or the air coil.
Ventilation Air
Ventilation may require outside air. The temperature of
the ventilation air must be controlled so that mixture of
outside air and return air entering the conditioner does
not exceed conditioner application limits. It is also typical
to close off the ventilation air system during unoccupied
periods (night setback).
The ventilation air system is generally a separate
building subsystem with distribution ductwork. Simple
introduction of the outside air into each return air plenum
chamber reasonably close to the conditioner air inlet is
recommended. Do not duct outside air directly to the
conditioner inlet. Provide sufficient distance for thorough
mixing of outside and return air. See "Operating Limits"
on page 43.
Figure 17: GSH return air duct collar location
.839" (21.3 mm)
ZH
.839"
(21.3 mm)
* 2.10" (53 mm)
See Note
2.125" (54 mm)
ZW
.839"
(21.3 mm)
.839"
(21.3 mm)
.839" (21.3 mm)
Table 11: GSH horizontal unit 2" (51mm) filter rack assembly & duct collar dimensions, in inches (mm)
Unit Size
ZH
ZW
007, 009, 012
13.91 (353)
19.35 (491)
015, 019
16.49 (419)
23.38 (594)
024, 030
15.45 (392)
32.51 (826)
036
17.45" (443)
35.76" (908)
042, 048
17.45 (443)
41.15" (1045)
060, 070
17.45 (443)
46.55" (1182)
Note: * Optional 4" filter rack = 4.10" (104 mm).
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Service Clearances
Figure 18: Recommended clearances for service access
Figure 19: Vertical unit - typical installation in
small mechanical room or closet
Procedure
1. Locate the unit in an area that allows for easy
removal of the filter and access panels, and has
enough space for service personnel to perform
maintenance or repair. Provide sufficient room to
make water, electrical and duct connections.
2. Make sure that sufficient access has been provided
for installing and removing the unit, including
clearance for duct collars and fittings at water and
electrical connections.
3. Allow adequate room around the unit for a
condensate piping.
4. The unit can be installed “free standing” in an
equipment room. However, closet installations are
more common for small vertical type units. Generally,
the unit is located in the corner of a closet with the
non-ducted return air facing 90 degrees to the door
and the major access panels facing the door as in
Figure 19. Alternatively, the unit can have a ducted
return air with the opening facing the door and the
major access panels facing 90 degrees to the door.
5. Unit must be located on top of a vibration absorbing
material such as a rubber (isolation pad) that is
the same size as the base of the unit, to minimize
vibration and noise (Figure 19).
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1. Supply Air Ducting
2. Acoustical Thermal Lining (10 ft.)
3. Line Voltage - 7/8" (22 mm) Hole
4. Low Voltage - 7/8" (22 mm) Hole
5. Flexible Duct Collar
6. Louvered Door for Return Air
7. Condensate Drain Connection
8. Flexible Return Hose with Flow Controller/Ball Valve
(3/4" FPT)
9. Flexible Supply Hose with Y-Strainer/Ball Valve (3/4"
FPT)
10. Access Panel to Controller
11. LED Annunciator Status Lights
12. Vibration Isolation Pad
13. Minimum distance between return air duct collar and
wall for non-ducted return applications
• Size 007-012 – 5 inches
• Size 042-048 – 8 inches
• Size 015-024 – 5 inches
• Size 060-070 – 10 inches
• Size 030-036 – 6 inches
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Ductwork and Attenuation
General
Discharge ductwork is normally used with these units.
Where return air ductwork is required, the unit comes
standard with a 2" (51mm) thick, factory-installed
throwaway filter, mounted in a 4-sided combination
filter rack and return air duct collar. Filters can be
easily removed from either side by interchanging the
removable filter door to the right or left side and rotating
the filter rack assembly 180 degrees. A 2" or 4" filter rack
is available as a factory-installed selectable option to
accept a Merv 8 or Merv 13 filter.
All ductwork should conform to industry standards of
good practice as described in ASHRAE Systems Guide.
A field supplied discharge duct system will normally
consist of:
• A flexible connector at the unit
1. Verify the compatibility between the voltage and
phase of the available power and that shown on the
unit serial plate. Line and low voltage wiring must
comply with local codes or the National Electrical
Code, whichever applies.
• A 90 degree elbow without vanes
4. Connect the thermostat/subbase wiring with the
power “off ” to the unit.
• A 10 ft length of insulated duct
• A trunk duct teeing into a branch circuit with
discharge diffusers.
Table 12: GSV discharge duct collar dimensions, in inches
(mm)
GSV
Vertical
Unit
Discharge Duct Collar Connection in inches (mm)
007, 009, 012
10.63 (270) 6.64 (169) 4.89 (124) 9.37 (238) 10.68 (271)
015, 019
5.75 (146) 8.16 (207) 10.45 (265) 9.33 (237) 10.43 (265)
024, 030
5.75 (146) 8.37 (213) 10.39 (264) 9.32 (237) 10.55 (268)
M
N
O
P
Q
036
6.44 (164) 9.63 (245) 13.75 (349) 13.25 (337) 9.63 (245)
042, 048
6.44 (164) 9.63 (245) 13.75 (349) 13.25 (337) 9.63 (245)
060, 070
6.44 (164) 9.63 (245) 13.75 (349) 13.25 (337) 9.63 (245)
2. Apply correct line voltage to the unit. A 7вЃ„8" (22mm)
hole and/or a 1-1вЃ„8" (29 mm) knockout is supplied
on the side of the unit. A disconnect switch near
the unit is required by code. Power to the unit must
be sized correctly and have dual element (Class
RK5) fuses or an HACR circuit breaker for branch
circuit overcurrent protection. See the nameplate for
correct ratings.
3. Three phase 60 cycle units, 460/60-3, require a
neutral wire for power to the fan circuit.
5. Field supplied relays installed on the input terminals
W1, W2, Y1, Y2 or G may introduce electrical noise.
Never install relay coils in series with the inputs.
230 Volt Operation
All 208-230 volt single-phase and three-phase units
are factory wired for 208 volt operation. For 230 phase
operation, the line voltage tap on the 24 volt transformer
must be changed. Disconnect and cap the red lead
wire and interchange it with the orange lead wire on the
primary of the 24 volt transformer (sizes 026-072).
Note: All duct dimensions are referenced from the outside edge of the flange.
Discharge Duct Collar Dimensions
Figure 20: GSV discharge duct collar locations
B
P
N
N
P
O
O
Front
Q
A
M
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Figure 21: Typical installation using ducted return
Duct piece from return
air duct collar to boot
Discharge Duct
Flexible (Boot)
Connector
Flexible (Boot)
Connector
Isolation Pad
Figure 22: Typical ducting for vertical unit
90В° elbow
Flexible (Boot)
Connector
Acoustically Insulated Duct (approximately 10')
Trunk Duct
Trunk Duct Tee
Branch Duct
Room Air
Supply Diffuser
Branch Duct
Room Air Supply Diffuser
Room Air Supply Diffuser
Notes:1. Transformation to supply duct have maximum slope of 1" in 7".
2. Square elbows with double thickness vanes may be substituted.
3. Do not install ducts so that the air flow is counter to fan rotation. If necessary, turn fan section.
4. Transformations and units must be adequately supported so no weight is on the flexible fan connection.
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Piping & Electrical Connections
Locations
Return Air Filter Rack Assembly &
Duct Collar Connections
Figure 23: GSV piping & electrical connections locations
Figure 25: GSV return air duct collar locations
1.5" (38)
2" Filter Rack
Optional 4" Filter Rack
4" (102)
2" (51)
Front View
Top Discharge
FM AP
X
W
W
V
V
X
1.5"
(38)
1.83"
(47)
Line
Voltage
Opening
(Note 5)
Y
Y
C AP
K
L
J
D
E
F
G
H
Z
Z
Low Voltage Opening (Note 4)
Legend: C AP = Control Access Panel
FM AP = Fan Motor Access Panel
Table 13: GSV return air duct collar dimensions
Figure 24: Unit with optional disconnect switch
Line voltage hole
in disconnect switch
Unit Size
V
W
X
Y
Z
007, 009, 012
15.97
(406)
19.35
(492)
21.87
(555)
17.63
(448)
16.31
(414)
015, 019
16.49
(419)
22.25
(565)
24.07
(611)
18.14
(461)
18.74
(476)
024, 030
26.48"
(673)
20.78"
(528)
22.62"
(575)
28.15
(715)
19.09
(485)
036
24.57"
(624)
27.38"
(696)
29.22"
(742)
26.25
(667)
23.50
(597)
042, 048
28.57"
(726)
27.38"
(696)
29.22"
(742)
30.25
(768)
23.50
(597)
060, 070
32.57"
(827)
27.38"
(696)
29.22"
(742)
34.25
(870)
23.50
(597)
Disconnect
switch
Table 14: GSV piping & electrical connections dimensions, in inches (mm)
Piping Connections in inches (mm)
GSV
Vertical Unit
007, 009, 0121
015,
Electrical Connections in inches (mm)
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
Supply
Desuperheater
Water Supply
Desuperheater
Water Return
Return
Condensate
Drain 3/4" FPT
Low Voltage4
Between
Line Voltage5
2.62 (67)
N/A
N/A
5.62 (143)
13.14 (334)
2.08 (53)
7.06 (179)
9.14 (232)
0192
2.90 (74)
N/A
N/A
5.90 (150)
16.08 (408)
2.08 (53)
7.06 (179)
9.14 (232)
024, 0302
2.58 (66)
6.68 (170)
9.68 (246)
13.39 (340)
17.39 (442)
3.07 (78)
8.00 (203)
11.07 (281)
0362
3.26 (83)
7.07 (180)
10.07 (256)
14.07 (357)
17.88 (454)
3.82 (97)
8.25 (210)
12.07 (307)
042, 0483
3.07 (78)
7.07 (180)
10.07 (256)
13.88 (353)
17.88 (454)
3.82 (97)
8.25 (210)
12.07 (307)
0703
3.07 (78)
7.07 (180)
10.07 (256)
13.88 (353)
17.88 (454)
3.82 (97)
8.25 (210)
12.07 (307)
060,
Notes: 1 Supply and return piping connections = 1/2" (13 mm) FPT.
2 Supply and return piping connections = 3/4" (19 mm) FPT.
3 Supply and return piping connections - 1" (25.4 mm) FPT.
4 Low voltage opening = 7/8" (22 mm) diameter.
5 Line voltage opening = 1-1/8" (29 mm) diameter.
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Hydronic Heat Discharge Air, Return Air Duct Flanges and Piping
Connections Locations
2Кє or Optional 4Кє Filter Rack
P
X W
N
*Jumper Hose
Top View
O
.75
B
M
L
Hydronic
Heat Section
F
NPTF Water
Connections
(Heat)
F
Y
NPTF Water
Connections
(Heat)
FM AP
V
K
Return
J
Supply
F NPTF Water
Connections
(Condenser)
Front
Z
C AP
H Return
Front View
Right Side View - Right Return
G
Supply
Table 15: Discharge air and return air duct flange locations, in inches
Unit
M
N
007, 009, 012
015, 019
024, 030
036
O
P
V
W
X
Y
Z
20.2
17.5
15.97
19.35
21.87
17.63
16.31
20.5
16.49
22.25
24.07
18.14
18.74
20.9
26.48
20.78
22.62
28.15
19.09
21.0
0.7
4.3
042, 048
24.57
23.6
27.4
060, 070
28.57
26.25
27.38
29.22
32.57
30.25
23.50
34.25
Table 16: Piping Connections Locations, in inches
Unit
B
F
G
H
J
K
L
007, 009, 012
22.6
.50
2.6
5.6
38.1
41.1
3.1
015, 019
25.6
.75
2.9
5.9
43.9
46.9
2.6
024, 030
26.0
.75
3.1
13.9
57.2
60.2
2.4
036
32.5
.75
3.3
14.1
56.1
61.5
2.4
042, 048
32.5
1.0
3.1
13.9
60.1
65.6
2.4
060, 070
32.5
1.0
3.1
13.9
64.1
69.6
2.4
Note:
* An accessory jumper hose (field-installed) is required to connect the hydronic coil to the unit coil connection
All dimensions within В± 0.10 inches.
Legend: C AP = Control Access Panel
FM AP = Fan Motor Access Panel
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Installation – GSV & GSH Units With WSE
Waterside Economizer For GSV and GSH SmartSourceв„ў Water Source
Heat Pumps
Figure 26: Vertical unit with WSE piping locations
WSE return
Factory installed internal
3-way motorized valve access
Field installed jumper hose
(reference Daikin hose kit option # 8 for
recommended sizes)
WSE supply
*WSE condensate drain connection
Unit condensate drain connection
Water return
Water supply
Figure 27: Horizontal unit with WSE piping locations
WSE return
Water return
Unit condensate drain connection
Factory installed internal 3-way
motorized valve access
WSE supply
*WSE condensate drain connection
Field installed jumper hose
(reference Daikin hose kit option # 8 for recommended sizes)
Water supply
Note: *The economizer package incorporates its own drain pan to collect condensate from the coil. This pan MUST
be independently trapped and piped into the drain line for the heat pump.
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Vertical Unit With WSE Piping Location Dimensions
GSV-Vertical Unit
Unit Size
A
B
C
Supply & Return Connections
D
E
Condensate Drain
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
007, 009, 0121
18.30
10.25
6.00
16.50
4.25
9.00
22.40
15.70
0.68
34.50
21.60
4.125
4.125
015, 0192
21.17
9.90
6.47
19.00
4.25
9.00
25.36
18.16
0.50
37.50
22.40
4.125
4.125
024, 0302
21.92
18.82
7.00
19.98
4.25
9.00
25.78
18.50
2.00
48.00
22.40
4.125
4.125
0362
23.75
17.75
7.50
23.75
4.25
9.00
32.25
23.00
2.16
50.50
25.00
4.125
4.125
042, 0483
23.75
17.75
7.50
23.75
4.25
9.00
32.25
23.00
2.16
54.50
25.00
4.125
4.125
060, 0703
23.75
17.75
7.50
23.75
4.25
9.00
32.25
23.00
2.16
58.50
25.00
4.125
4.125
026, 0322
21.92
18.82
7.00
19.98
4.25
9.00
25.78
18.50
2.00
48.00
22.40
4.125
4.125
0382
23.75
17.75
7.50
23.75
4.25
9.00
32.25
23.00
2.16
50.50
25.00
4.125
4.125
044, 0493
23.75
17.75
7.50
23.75
4.25
9.00
32.25
23.00
2.16
54.50
25.00
4.125
4.125
0723
23.75
17.75
7.50
23.75
4.25
9.00
32.25
23.00
2.16
58.50
25.00
4.125
4.125
GTV-Vertical Unit
064,
Notes: 1 Supply and return piping connections = 1/2" FPT.
2 Supply and return piping connections = 3/4" FPT.
3 Supply and return piping connections = 1" FPT.
Unit Size
GSV-Vertical Unit Filter Rack & Duct Collar
P
Q
R
S
007, 009, 012
19.35
15.97
17.63
21.87
015, 019
22.25
16.49
18.14
24.07
024, 030
20.78
26.48
28.15
22.62
036
M (2" deep standard)
2.10"
N (4" deep option)
4.10"
27.38
24.57
26.25
29.22
042, 048
27.38
28.57
30.25
29.22
060, 070
27.38
32.57
34.25
29.22
GTV-Vertical Unit Filter Rack & Duct Collar
026, 032
20.78
26.48
28.15
22.62
038
27.38
24.57
26.25
29.22
27.38
28.57
30.25
29.22
27.38
32.57
34.25
29.22
044, 049
064, 072
2.10"
4.10"
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Installation – GSH Unit With WSE
Horizontal Unit With WSE Piping Location Dimensions
GSH-Horizontal Unit
Unit Size
A
B
C
Supply & Return Connections
D
E
Condensate Drain
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
007, 009, 0121
3.50
9.29
6.36
1.38
4.25
9.00
22.42
0.54
0.41
17.30
45.00
21.60
4.125
015, 0192
3.50
10.88
6.89
0.88
4.25
9.00
25.36
–
0.50
19.30
50.30
22.40
4.125
024, 0302
3.36
9.38
7.23
1.70
4.25
9.00
36.11
0.85
0.75
19.30
63.30
22.40
4.125
0362
2.94
14.07
7.42
1.70
4.25
9.00
39.07
0.85
0.75
21.30
73.00
25.00
4.125
042, 0483
2.94
14.07
7.42
1.70
4.25
9.00
44.75
0.85
0.75
21.30
78.40
25.00
4.125
060, 0703
2.94
14.07
7.42
1.70
4.25
9.00
50.13
0.85
0.75
21.30
83.80
25.00
4.125
026, 0323
3.36
9.38
7.23
1.70
4.25
9.00
36.11
0.85
0.75
19.30
63.30
22.40
4.125
0383
2.94
14.07
7.42
1.70
4.25
9.00
39.07
0.85
0.75
21.30
73.00
25.00
4.125
044, 0493
2.94
14.07
7.42
1.70
4.25
9.00
44.75
0.85
0.75
21.30
78.40
25.00
4.125
0723
2.94
14.07
7.42
1.70
4.25
9.00
50.13
0.85
0.75
21.30
83.80
25.00
4.125
GTH-Horizontal Unit
064,
Notes: 1 Supply and return piping connections = 1/2" FPT.
2 Supply and return piping connections = 3/4" FPT.
3 Supply and return piping connections = 1" FPT.
GSH-Horizontal Unit Filter Rack & Duct Collar
Unit Size
N*
(Standard)
P
Q
R
S
007, 009, 012
19.35
13.91
15.59
21.16
015, 019
23.38
16.49
18.17
25.19
024, 030
32.51
15.45
17.13
34.32
036
2.10"
35.76
17.45
19.13
37.57
042, 048
41.15
17.45
19.13
43.00
060, 070
46.55
17.45
19.13
48.36
GTH-Horizontal Unit Filter Rack & Duct Collar
026, 032
32.51
15.45
17.13
34.32
038
35.76
17.45
19.13
37.57
41.15
17.45
19.13
43.00
46.55
17.45
19.13
48.36
044, 049
064, 072
2.10"
* Note: Optional 4.10" deep filter rack for Merv 13 filter
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System Applications
Water Loop Application
down valve, and/or “J” type swivel connection. Balancing
valves and an external low pressure drop solenoid valve
for use in variable speed pumping systems may also be
included in the hose kit.
The piping system should be flushed to remove dirt,
piping chips, and other foreign material prior to operation
(see "Cleaning & Flushing System" on page 31. The
flow rate is usually set between 2.25 and 3.5 gpm per
ton [2.9 and 4.5 l/m per kW] of cooling capacity. Daikin
recommends 3 gpm per ton [3.9 l/m per kW] for most
applications of water loop heat pumps. To ensure proper
maintenance and servicing, P/T ports are imperative
for temperature and flow verification, as well as
performance checks.
Water loop heat pump (cooling tower/boiler) systems
typically utilize a common loop, maintained between 60 90В°F [16 - 32В°C]. The use of a closed circuit evaporative
cooling tower with a secondary heat exchanger between
the tower and the water loop is recommended. If an
open type cooling tower is used continuously, chemical
treatment and filtering will be necessary.
Commercial systems typically include a number of
units connected to a common piping system. Any unit
plumbing maintenance work can introduce air into the
piping system; therefore air elimination equipment is
a major portion of the mechanical room plumbing. In
piping systems expected to utilize water temperatures
below 50°F [10°C], 1/2” [13mm] closed cell insulation is
required on all piping surfaces to eliminate condensation
(extended range units required). Metal to plastic
threaded joints should never be used due to their
tendency to leak over time. All SmartSource units include
flush mounted FPT water connections integral to the unit
corner post, which do not require a backup wrench.
TeflonВ® tape thread sealant is recommended to
minimize internal fouling of the heat exchanger. Do not
over tighten connections and route piping so as not
to interfere with service or maintenance access. Hose
kits are available from Daikin in different configurations
as shown in Figure 30 on page 24 for connection
between the unit and the piping system. Depending
upon selection, hose kits may include shut off valves,
P/T plugs for performance measurement, high pressure
stainless steel braided hose, “Y” type strainer with blow
Figure 28: Typical water loop application (horizontal unit with optional unit mounted loop pumps
Discharge Air
Return Air
3/8" Threaded Rod
(By Others)
Discharge Duct
Power
Disconnect
Unit Hanger
Brackets
Line Voltage
Unit Power
Low Voltage
Thermostat
Wiring
Unit Mounted
Loop Pumps
Shutoff Ball Valves with P/T
Ports & Flexible Hoses
Building Loop
Piping
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System Applications
Ground-Loop Application
CAUTION
The following instructions represent industry accepted
installation practices for closed loop earth coupled heat pump
systems. Instructions are provided to assist the contractor in
installing trouble free ground loops. These instructions are
recommendations only. State/provincial and local codes MUST be
followed and installation MUST conform to ALL applicable codes.
It is the responsibility of the installing contractor to determine and
comply with ALL applicable codes and regulations.
Piping Installation
The typical closed loop ground source system is shown
in Figure 30. All earth loop piping materials should be
limited to polyethylene fusion only for in-ground sections
of the loop.
Figure 29: Polyethylene fused piping
CAUTION
Ground loop applications require extended range equipment and
optional refrigerant/water circuit insulation.
Pre-Installation
Prior to installation, locate and mark all existing
underground utilities, piping, etc. Install loops for new
construction before sidewalks, patios, driveways, and
other construction has begun. During construction,
accurately mark all ground loop piping on the plot plan
as an aid in avoiding potential future damage to the
installation.
Galvanized or steel fittings should not be used at any
time due to their tendency to corrode. All plastic to metal
threaded fittings should be avoided due to their potential
to leak in earth coupled applications. A flanged fitting
should be substituted. P/T plugs should be used so that
flow can be measured using the pressure drop of the
unit heat exchanger.
Figure 30: Typical ground loop application (loop pump by others shown)
Low Voltage
Thermostat Wiring
Line Voltage
Wiring
Loop Pump Flow
Controller
Power
Disconnect
Supply & Return Ground
Loop Piping
Vibration
Isolation Pad
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Earth loop temperatures can range between 25 and
110В°F [-4 to 43В°C]. Flow rates between 2.25 and 3
gpm [2.41 to 3.23 l/m per kW] of cooling capacity is
recommended in these applications.
Test individual horizontal loop circuits before backfilling.
Test vertical U-bends and pond loop assemblies prior to
installation. Pressures of at least 100 psi [689 kPa] should
be used when testing. Do not exceed the pipe pressure
rating. Test entire system when all loops are assembled.
All alcohols should be premixed and pumped from
a reservoir outside of the building when possible or
introduced under the water level to prevent fumes.
Calculate the total volume of fluid in the piping system.
Then use the percentage by volume shown in Table
17 for the amount of antifreeze needed. Antifreeze
concentration should be checked from a well mixed
sample using a hydrometer to measure specific gravity.
Figure 31: Flushing the loop
Flushing the Earth Loop
Upon completion of system installation and testing, flush
the system to remove all foreign objects and purge to
remove all air.
Antifreeze
In areas where minimum entering loop temperatures
drop below 40В°F [5В°C] or where piping will be routed
through areas subject to freezing, antifreeze is required.
Alcohols and glycols are commonly used as antifreeze;
however your local sales office should be consulted
to determine the antifreeze best suited to your area.
Freeze protection should be maintained to 15В°F [9В°C]
below the lowest expected entering loop temperature.
For example, if 30В°F [-1В°C] is the minimum expected
entering loop temperature, the leaving loop temperature
would be 22 to 25В°F [-6 to -4В°C] and freeze protection
should be at 15В°F [-10В°C]. Calculation is as follows: 30В°F
- 15В°F = 15В°F [-1В°C - 9В°C = -10В°C].
Table 17: Antifreeze percentage by volume
Minimum Temperature for Low Temperature Protection
Type
Note:
10В°F [-12.2В°C]
15В°F [-9.4В°C]
20В°F [-6.7В°C]
25В°F [-3.9В°C]
Methanol
25%
21%
16%
10%
l00% USP food grade Propylene Glycol
38%
25%
22%
15%
Ethanol1
29%
25%
20%
14%
1
Must not be denatured with any petroleum product.
Table 18: Antifreeze correction factors
Antifreeze % by weight
15%
25%
35%
45%
Ethanol
Cooling Capacity
0.985
–
–
–
Heating Capacity
0.9825
–
–
–
Pressure Drop
1.04
Cooling Capacity
0.9935
0.9895
0.985
0.981
Heating Capacity
0.9865
0.9795
0.973
0.965
Pressure Drop
1.10
1.16
1.22
1.27
Ethylene Glycol
Methanol
Cooling Capacity
0.985
–
–
–
Heating Capacity
0.9825
–
–
–
Pressure Drop
1.04
–
–
–
Cooling Capacity
0.985
0.975
0.965
0.955
Heating Capacity
0.981
0.9685
0.952
0.936
Pressure Drop
1.11
1.20
1.31
1.40
Propylene Glycol
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System Applications
Ground-Water Application
Open Loop, Ground Water Systems - Typical open
loop piping is shown in Figure 32. Shut off valves should
be included for ease of servicing. Boiler drains or other
valves should be “tee’d” into the lines to allow acid
flushing of the heat exchanger. Shut off valves should
be positioned to allow flow through the coax via the
boiler drains without allowing flow into the piping system.
P/T plugs should be used so that pressure drop and
temperature can be measured. Piping materials should
be limited to copper or PVC SCH80.
Note: Due to the pressure and temperature extremes,
PVC SCH40 is not recommended.
Water quantity should be plentiful and of good quality.
See "Water impurities, result & recommended water
system application" on page 28 for water quality
guidelines. The unit can be ordered with either a copper
or cupro-nickel water heat exchanger. Consult Table
20 for recommendations. Copper is recommended
for open loop ground water systems that are not high
in mineral content or corrosiveness. In conditions
anticipating heavy scale formation or in brackish water,
a cupronickel heat exchanger is recommended. In
ground water situations where scaling could be heavy
or where biological growth such as iron bacteria will
be present, an open loop system is not recommended.
Heat exchanger coils may over time lose heat exchange
capabilities due to build up of mineral deposits. Heat
exchangers must only be serviced by a qualified
technician, as acid and special pumping equipment
is required. Desuperheater coils can likewise become
scaled and possibly plugged. In areas with extremely
hard water, the owner should be informed that the
heat exchanger may require occasional acid flushing.
In some cases, the desuperheater option should not
be recommended due to hard water conditions and
additional maintenance required.
Figure 32: Typical open loop application
Power
Disconnect
Optional
(Field-Installed)
Water Control
Flow
Valve
Regulator
P/T
Plugs
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Boiler
Drains
Water Quality Standards - "Table 20: Water impurities,
result & recommended water system application"
on page 28 should be consulted for water quality
requirements. Scaling potential should be assessed
using the pH/Calcium hardness method. If the pH
<7.5 and the calcium hardness is less than 100 ppm,
scaling potential is low. If this method yields numbers
out of range of those listed, the Ryznar Stability and
Langelier Saturation indecies should be calculated.
Use the appropriate scaling surface temperature for the
application, 150В°F [66В°C] for direct use (well water/open
loop) and DHW (desuperheater); 90В°F [32В°F] for indirect
use. A monitoring plan should be implemented in these
probable scaling situations. Other water quality issues
such as iron fouling, corrosion prevention and erosion
and clogging should be referenced in "Water impurities,
result & recommended water system application" on
page 28.
Expansion Tank and Pump - Use a closed, bladder
type expansion tank to minimize mineral formation due
to air exposure. The expansion tank should be sized to
provide at least one minute continuous run time of the
pump using its draw-down capacity rating to prevent
pump short cycling. Discharge water from the unit is not
contaminated in any manner and can be disposed of in
various ways, depending on local building codes (e.g.
recharge well, storm sewer, drain field, adjacent stream
or pond, etc.). Most local codes forbid the use of sanitary
sewer for disposal. Consult your local building and
zoning department to assure compliance in your area.
Water Control Valve - Note the placement of the
water control valve in Figure 32. Always maintain water
pressure in the heat exchanger by placing the water
control valve(s) on the return line to prevent mineral
precipitation during the off-cycle. Pilot operated slow
closing valves are recommended to reduce water
hammer. If water hammer persists, a mini-expansion
tank can be mounted on the piping to help absorb the
excess hammer shock. If a field provided motorized
valve and actuator is utilized, ensure that the total
�VA’ draw of the valve can be supplied by the unit
transformer. For instance, a slow closing valve can draw
up to 35VA. Units are furnished with a factory-installed
50 VA transformer. An optional 75VA transformer is also
available. A typical pilot operated solenoid valve draws
approximately 15VA (see Figure 44 on page 43).
Pressure
Tank
Return
Optional
Filter
Shutoff
Valve
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Flow Regulation - Flow regulation can be accomplished
by two methods. One method involves simply adjusting
the ball valve or water control valve on the discharge
line. Measure the pressure drop through the unit heat
exchanger, and determine flow rate from Table 19. Since
the pressure is constantly varying, two pressure gauges
may be needed. Adjust the valve until the desired flow
of 1.5 to 4 gpm, per ton [5.7 to 15.1 l/m, per kW] is
achieved. A second method of flow control regulation
requires a flow control device mounted on the outlet of
the water control valve. The device is typically a brass
fitting with an orifice of rubber or plastic material that is
designed to allow a specified flow rate. On occasion,
flow control devices may produce velocity noise that
can be reduced by applying some back pressure from
the ball valve located on the discharge line. Slightly
closing the valve will spread the pressure drop over both
devices, lessening the velocity noise.
Table 19: Water pressure drop
Unit Size
007
009
012
015
019
024
030
036
042
048
060
070
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Pressure Drop, psi (kPa)
50ВєF
70ВєF
90ВєF
1.0
0.7
1.6
0.7
1.5
1.4
3.0
1.3
2.0
2.2
4.8
2.0
1.9
2.0
1.9
1.8
2.3
2.7
2.6
2.5
3.4
3.4
3.3
3.2
2.0
5.1
2.1
2.0
3.0
9.7
4.1
3.9
4.0
15.4
6.4
6.2
2.5
1.2
1.1
1.1
3.8
2.6
2.5
2.4
5.0
4.5
4.3
4.2
3.8
2.5
2.4
2.3
4.5
3.6
3.4
3.3
5.3
4.9
4.7
4.5
4.0
1.1
1.0
1.0
6.0
2.3
2.2
2.1
8.0
3.9
3.7
3.6
5.0
1.6
1.6
1.5
7.5
3.4
3.3
3.2
10.0
5.8
5.5
5.3
6.0
1.9
1.8
1.8
9.0
4.0
3.9
3.7
12.0
6.8
6.5
6.3
7.0
1.0
1.0
0.9
10.5
2.1
2.1
2.0
14.0
3.7
3.5
3.4
10.0
2.0
1.9
1.8
12.0
2.8
2.6
2.5
14.0
3.7
3.5
3.4
10.0
2.0
2.0
1.9
15.0
4.4
4.2
4.1
20.0
7.7
7.3
7.1
15.0
4.4
4.2
4.1
18.0
6.3
6.0
5.8
21.0
8.4
8.1
7.8
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System Applications
Water System Quality
The cleaning, flushing and chemical treatment of a water
source heat pump system is fundamental to efficient
operation and the life expectancy of the system.
Potential system problems produced by the use of water
fall into three general categories:
1. Scale formation – Mineral deposits which result from
the crystallization and precipitation of dissolved salts
in the water. The deposits form an insulating barrier,
reducing the heat transfer rate and impeding the
circulation of fluids due to increased pressure drop.
2. Corrosion – Decomposition of the metal caused
by absorption of gases from the air. Corrosion may
occur in any metal component of the system.
The system water should be evaluated for degrees of
impurity, with testing available from independent testing
labs, health departments or state agencies.
Table 20 is a list of water characteristics, the potential
impurities and their results and the recommended
treatment.
Avoiding Potential Problems
As shown in Table 20, all water contains some degree
of impurities which may affect the performance of a heat
pump system. The use of a cupro-nickel coil can help
avoid potential problems. Water flow rates should:
• Be high enough that the temperature rise through
the heat exchanger does not exceed 10В° F when
operating in the cooling mode.
• Not exceed 4 GPM per nominal ton. Flow rates that
have velocities of 10 feet per second or more may
cause pipe erosion and heat exchanger failure.
3. Organic growths – Slime and algae which form
under certain environmental conditions, and
can reduce the heat transfer rate by forming an
insulating coating or can promote corrosion by
pitting.
Table 20: Water impurities, result & recommended water system application
Impurity
Copper Coils
Curpro-nickel Coils
Calcium &
Magnesium Salts
(hardness)
Less than
350 ppm
350 ppm
Sea Water
Iron oxide
Low levels only
Moderate levels
pH
7-9
5 – 10
Hydrogen Sulfide
Less than 10 ppm
10 – 50 ppm
CO2
Less than 50 ppm
50 – 75 ppm
Chloride
Less than 300 ppm
300 – 600 ppm
Total Dissolved
Solids
Less than 1000 ppm
1000 – 1500 ppm
Slime & Algae
Slime and algae can form under
certain environmental conditions
Application
Result
Open Recirculating
1. Bleed-off
2. Surface active agents such as
polyphosphates.
3. Addition of acid.
4. pH adjustment.
Other considerations:
в–Є Adequate fouling factor
в–Є Surface temperature
в–Є Water temperature
в–Є Clean system
Scaling
1. Corrosion inhibitors in high concentrations (200 to 500 ppm).
2. Corrosion inhibitors in low concentrations (20 to 80 ppm).
3. pH control.
4. Proper materials of construction.
Corrosion
Reduced heat
transfer due
to forming of
insulating coating, or
pitting due to
corrosion
Chlorinated phenols.
Other biocides.
Chlorine by hypochlorites or by liquid
chlorine
Closed Recirculating
No treatment required
Corrosion inhibitors in high
concentrations.
Proper materials of
construction.
No treatment required
Notes: 1. The tremendous variety in water quality around the country makes the recommendation of a single bestmethod of treatment impossible. Consult a local water treatment specialist for specific treatment
recommendations.
2. Cupro-nickel is recommended if iron bacteria is high, suspended solids or dissolved oxygen levels ar high.
3. If the concentration of these corrosives exceeds the maximum tabulated in the cupro-nickel column, then
the potential for serious corrosion problems exists.
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System Applications
Supply & Return Piping
All units should be connected to supply and return piping
in a two-pipe reverse return configuration. A reverse
return system is inherently self-balancing and requires
only trim balancing where multiple quantities of units with
different flow and pressure drop characteristics exist in
the same loop.
• To insure proper water flow, measure the temperature
differential between the supply and return
connections. The temperature differential should be
10В°F to 14В°F (5В°C to 8В°C) for units in cooling mode.
A direct return system may also work acceptably, but
proper water flow balancing is more difficult to achieve
and maintain.
• The piping can be steel, copper or PVC.
Note: Polyolester Oil, commonly know as POE oil is a
synthetic oil used in many refrigeration systems.
POE oil, if ever in contact with PVC/CPVC will
coat the inside wall of PVC/CPVC pipe causing
environmental stress fractures.
Although there is no PVC/CPVC piping in this
product, please keep this in mind when selecting
piping materials for your application, as system
failure and property damage could result.
Supply and return runouts usually join the unit via short
lengths of high pressure flexible hose which are sound
attenuators for both unit operating noise and hydraulic
pumping noise.
• One end of the hose should have a swivel fitting to
facilitate removal for service.
Hard piping can also be brought directly to the unit.
Note: This option is not recommended since no vibration or noise attenuation can be accomplished.
The hard piping must have unions to facilitate unit
removal. See Figure 33 for a typical reverse return
piping system.
• Some flexible hose threaded fittings are supplied
with sealant compound. If not, apply Teflon tape to
assure a tight seal.
Figure 33: Example of a reverse return piping system
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Piping
Figure 34: Typical horizontal unit piping
Electrical Access Panel
Hanger Kits (4)
Flex Hoses
Return Riser
Note: Improper trapping can lead to several problems. If the trap is too tall, negative pressure will
prevent drainage, causing condensate backup. If
the trap is too short the seal will be destroyed or
nonexistent, producing the same effect as a nontrapped system.
Figure 36: Horizontal unit vinyl condensate hose & trap detail
Condensate Riser
A
Ball Valves
C
Supply Air
B
Supply Riser
Note: Do not over-torque fittings. The maximum torque
without damage to fittings is 30 foot pounds. If a
torque wrench is not available, use as a rule of
thumb, finger tight plus one quarter turn.
1. Supply and return shutoff valves are required
at each conditioner. The return valve is used for
balancing and should have a “memory stop” so that
it can always be closed off but can only be reopened
to the proper position for the flow required.
2. No unit should be connected to the supply and
return piping until the water system has been
cleaned and flushed completely, see "Cleaning &
Flushing System" on page 31. After the cleaning
and flushing has taken place, the initial connection
should have all valves wide open in preparation for
water system flushing.
Condensate Drain Connection
Vertical units are factory provided with a condensate
drain trap located inside the cabinet. Condensate
removal piping must be pitched away from the unit not
less than 1/4" per foot. A vent is required after the trap
so that the condensate will drain away from the unit.
The vent can also act as a clean out if the trap becomes
clogged. To avoid having waste gases entering the
building, the condensate drain should not be directly
piped to a drain/waste/vent stack. See local codes for
the correct application of condensate piping to drains
Figure 35: Unit condensate drain pipe trap detail
1-1вЃ„2" (38mm)
1-1вЃ„2"
(38mm)
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Optional
Field- Installed Vent
7/8" I.D. Clear Plastic
Table 21: Condensate drain static pressures
Static Pressure
A
B
C
Standard
1-1/4"
5/8"
2-3/4"
High
1-1/2"
3/4"
3-1/8"
1. Condensate piping can be steel, copper or PVC.
Each unit includes a condensate connection.
2. The unit has a 3/4-inch female pipe fitting on each
water source heat pump to accommodate the
condensate drain connection. Factory supplied
condensate hose assemblies have a pipe thread
fitting to facilitate connection of a flexible vinyl or
steel braided hose. A complete copper or PVC
condensate system can be used. Union fittings
in the copper or PVC lines should be applied to
facilitate removal.
3. Do not locate any point in the drain system above
the drain connection of any unit.
4. Automatic flow controlled devices must not be
installed prior to system cleaning and flushing.
5. A high point of the piping system must be vented.
6. Check local code for the need for dielectric fittings.
It may be necessary to manually fill the trap at system
startup, or to run the unit for sufficient time to build a
condensate seal. The condensate trap and condensate
piping drainage should be free of any foreign debris.
Debris can prevent proper drainage and unit operation
and result in condensate buildup.
1вЃ„4" Per Foot
(21mm Per Meter)
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Cleaning & Flushing System
1. Prior to first operation of any conditioner, the water
circulating system must be cleaned and flushed of
all construction dirt and debris.
If the conditioners are equipped with water shutoff
valves, either electric or pressure operated, the
supply and return runouts must be connected
together at each conditioner location. This will
prevent the introduction of dirt into the unit. See
Figure 37.
Figure 37: Supply & return runouts connected together
Return Runout
Supply Runout
Mains
Flexible
Hose
Runouts Initially
Connected Together
2. Fill the system at the city water makeup connection
with all air vents open. After filling, close all air
vents.
The contractor should start main circulator with
the pressure reducing valve open. Check vents
in sequence to bleed off any trapped air, ensuring
circulation through all components of the system.
Power to the heat rejector unit should be off, and the
supplementary heat control set at 80В°F (27В°C).
While circulating water, the contractor should check
and repair any leaks in the piping. Drains at the
lowest point(s) in the system should be opened for
initial flush and blowdown, making sure city water
fill valves are set to make up water at the same
rate. Check the pressure gauge at pump suction
and manually adjust the makeup to hold the same
positive steady pressure both before and after
opening the drain valves. Flush should continue for
at least two hours, or longer if required, to see clear,
clean drain water.
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3. Shut off supplemental heater and circulator pump
and open all drains and vents to completely drain
down the system. Short circuited supply and return
runouts should now be connected to the conditioner
supply and return connections. Do not use sealers
at the swivel flare connections of hoses.
4. Trisodium phosphate was formerly recommended
as a cleaning agent during flushing. However,
many states and localities ban the introduction of
phosphates into their sewage systems. The current
recommendation is to simply flush longer with warm
80В°F (27В°C) water.
5. Refill the system with clean water. Test the water
using litmus paper for acidity, and treat as required
to leave the water slightly alkaline (pH 7.5 to 8.5).
The specified percentage of antifreeze may also be
added at this time. Use commercial grade antifreeze
designed for HVAC systems only. Do not use
automotive grade antifreeze.
Once the system has been filled with clean water
and antifreeze (if used), precautions should
be taken to protect the system from dirty water
conditions. Dirty water will result in system wide
degradation of performance and solids may clog
valves, strainers, flow regulators, etc. Additionally,
the heat exchanger may become clogged which
reduces compressor service life or causes
premature failure.
6. Set the loop water controller heat add setpoint
to 70В°F (21В°C) and the heat rejection setpoint to
85В°F (29В°C). Supply power to all motors and start
the circulating pumps. After full flow has been
established through all components including the
heat rejector (regardless of season) and air vented
and loop temperatures stabilized, each of the
conditioners will be ready for check, test and startup, air balancing, and water balancing.
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Table 22: MicroTech III SmartSource unit controller
terminals & descriptions
TB2 – 8
O
Thermostat – Heat Stage #3 (W3) Input
TB2 – 9
C
24 VAC Common
H1 – 1
24
24 VAC Power Input
TB3 – 1
E
Emergency Shutdown Input
H1 – 2
C
24 VAC common
TB3 – 2
U
Unoccupied Input
H2 – 1
SL1
Fan Main Required Output – Switched L1
L1 – 1
L1 - 1
Line Voltage Terminal 1
Blank Terminal
L1 – 2
L1 - 2
Line Voltage Terminal 2
Fan Main Required Output – Neutral
L1 – 3
L1 - 3
Line Voltage Terminal 3
H3 – 1 HP1-1 Comp High Pressure Switch (HP1) Input Terminal 1
N1
N1
Neutral Terminal 1
H3 – 2 HP1-2 Comp High Pressure Switch (HP1) Input Terminal 2
N2
N2
Neutral Terminal 2
N3
N3
Neutral Terminal 3
H2 – 2
H2 – 3
H4 – 1
N
1
Discharge Air Temp Sensor – Common
H4 – 2
Discharge Air Temp Sensor – Signal
H4 – 3
Leaving Water Temp Sensor – Common
H4 – 4
Leaving Water Temp Sensor – Signal
H5 – 1
1
I/O expansion module connectors/terminals
H1 – 1
H5 – 2
H1 – 3
H5 – 3
H1 – 4
H5 – 4
H1 – 5
H5 – 5
H1 – 6
H5 – 6
Connections to I/O Expansion Board
H5 – 7
1
H1 – 2
H1 – 8
H5 – 8
H1 – 9
H5 – 9
H1 – 10
H5 – 10
H1 – 11
H5 – 11
H1 – 12
H5 – 12
Connections to Main Board
H1 – 7
H2 – 1
1
Auxiliary Heat Stage #2 Output – N/O
Condensate Overflow Signal Input
H2 – 2
H6 – 2
Compressor Suction Temp Sensor (LT1) – Common
H2 – 3
H6 – 3
Compressor Suction Temp Sensor (LT1) – Signal
H3 – 1
H6 – 4
Compressor Low Pressure Switch (LP1) – Source Voltage
H3 – 2
Ext. 24 VAC Common In
H6 – 5
Compressor Low Pressure Switch (LP1) – Signal
H3 – 3
HGR / Waterside Economizer Output – N/O
H6 – 6
Reversing Valve – Common
H3 – 4
Ext. 24 VAC Common
H6 – 7
Reversing Valve – Output
H3 – 5
ECM Fan Motor Variable Speed Signal Output
No Connection
H3 – 6
H7 – 2
No Connection
H4 – 1
H7 – 3
Red LED Output
H4 – 2
H7 – 4
Green LED Output
H5 – 1
H7 – 5
Yellow LED Output
H5 – 2
No Connection
H7 – 6
Red-Green-Yellow LED Common
H5 – 3
Red LED Output
Isolation Valve/Pump Request Relay N/O
H5 – 4
Green LED Output
H8 – 2
Isolation Valve/Pump Request Relay N/C
H5 – 5
Yellow LED Output
H8 – 3
24 VAC Common
H5 – 6
Red-Green-Yellow LED Common
Room Temp Sensor & Tenant Override – Signal
H6 – 1 HP2-1 Comp High Capacity High Press Sw (HP2) Input Terminal 1
H6 – 1
H7 – 1
H8 – 1
H9 – 1
1
1
1
1
H9 – 2
No Connection
24 VAC Common
1
Ext. 24 VAC In
ECM Fan Motor Variable Speed Signal – Common
1
Entering Water Temp Sensor – Signal
Entering Water Temp Sensor – Common
1
No Connection
Room Temp Sensor & Tenant Override – Common
H6 – 2 HP2-2 Comp High Capacity High Press Sw (HP2) Input Terminal 2
TB1 – 1
1
Room Sensor – Status LED Output
H7 – 1
Fan Speed Table Row Select – Signal
TB1 – 2
2
Room Sensor – Fan Mode & Unit Mode Switches
H7 – 2
Fan Speed Table Row Select – Common
TB1 – 3
3
Room Sensor – Setpoint Adjust Potentiometer
H7 – 3
Thermostat – Heat Stage #4 (W4) Input – Signal
TB1 – 4
4
Room Sensor – Room Temp Sensor & Tenant Override
H7 – 4
TB1 – 5
5
Room Sensor – DC Signal Common
H8 – 1
TB2 – 1
R
24 VAC
H8 – 2
24 VAC Common
TB2 – 2
A
Thermostat – Alarm Output
H8 – 3
No Connection
TB2 – 3
W2
Thermostat – Heat Stage #2 (W2) Input
H8 – 4
Auxiliary Heat Stage #1 / Hydronic Heat Output N/O (24 VAC)
TB2 – 4
W1
Thermostat – Heat Stage #1 (W1) Input
H8 – 5
TB2 – 5
Y2
Thermostat – Cool Stage #2 (Y2) Input
TB1 – 1
1
Humidistat Signal Input
TB2 – 6
Y1
Thermostat – Cool Stage #1 (Y1) Input
TB1 – 2
2
Thermostat - Heat Stage #4 (W4) Input – Signal
TB2 – 7
G
Thermostat – Fan Input
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1
Compressor – High Capacity Output – N/O
24 VAC Common
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Jumper Configuration Settings
WARNING
Figure 39: Configuration jumpers location
Proper antifreeze/water solution is required to minimize the
potential of fluid freeze-up. Jumper JP3 is factory set for water
freeze protection with the jumper open. Operation at fluid
temperatures below 32В°F with anti-freeze protection requires
JP3 to be field configured for the jumper closed. If unit is
employing a fresh water system (no anti-freeze protection), it is
extremely important that JP3 jumper setting remains in the open
position (factory default setting) in order to shut down the unit
at the appropriate water temperature to protect your heat pump
from freezing. Failure to do so can result in unit damage and
fluid leaks.”
Table 23: Jumper settings and descriptions
Jumper
Description
JP1
Mode
JP2
Fan operation
JP3
(See Warning)
Freeze Protection
JP4
Freeze Fault Protection
JP5
Set point adjustment range only applies to network controls with a room temperature sensor
JP6
Room control type
JP7
Compressor heating source
JP8
I/O expansion module
Options
Open for normal operation mode
Shorted for service/test operation mode
Open for continuous fan operation, when not in unoccupied mode.
Shorted for cycling fan operation
Open for water freeze protection
Shorted for systems with anti-freeze protection (15В°F (9В°C)
Open for none
Shorted to enable freeze fault protection based on Leaving Water Temperature (LWT)
Open for adjustment range of -5.0В° to +5.0В° F
Shorted for 55В° to 95В° F adjustment range
Open for thermostatic room control
Shorted for room temperature sensor control, MicroTech III only.
Open to enable compressor heating
Shorted to disable compressor heating
Open when I/O expansion module is not needed
Shorted when I/O expansion module is required
Table 24: I/O expansion module jumper settings
I/O Expansion Description
Jumper(s)
Setting
Not Used
JP1
JP1 = Open
Not Used
JP2
JP2 = Open
JP3 = Open
JP4 = Open
Secondary Heating Options
JP3 & JP4
JP5 & JP6
Supplemental Electric Heat
JP3 = Open
JP4 = Shorted
Boilerless Electric Heat
JP3 = Shorted
JP4 = Shorted
Hydronic Heat
None
JP5 = Shorted
JP6 = Open
Hot Gas/Water Reheat (HGR)
JP5 = Open
JP6 = Shorted
Waterside Economizer
Not Used
JP7
JP7 = Open
Compressor Capacity Option
JP8
JP8 = Open
JP8 = Shorted
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JP3 = Shorted
JP4 = Open
JP5 = Open
JP6 = Open
Dehumidification Options / Waterside Economizer
Model
Single-Stage Capacity
Dual-Stage Capacity
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MicroTechВ® III SmartSource Unit
Controller
The MicroTech III SmartSource unit controller is provided
with two drive terminals, R (24VAC), and C (0VAC) that
can be used to drive the thermostat inputs (G, Y1, Y2,
W1, W2, W3, W4 and Humidistat) and control inputs (U, E
and O). Any combination of or single board drive terminal
(R, or C) may be used to operate the MicroTech III’s unit
controller or thermostat inputs. Some of the control inputs
are used within the Water Source Heat Pump and not
accessible to the end user without a field service tool
(laptop with appropriate software).
Typically the MicroTech III SmartSource unit controller's R
(24VAC) terminal is used to drive the board’s thermostat
inputs by connecting it to the R terminal of an industry
standard thermostat. The control outputs of the standard
thermostat are then connected to the MicroTech III
SmartSource unit controller 's thermostat inputs. Any
remaining board input(s) may be operated by additional
thermostat outputs or remote relays (dry contacts only).
All MicroTech III SmartSource unit controller inputs must
be operated by dry contacts powered by the control
board’s power terminals. No solid state devices (Triacs)
may be used to operate MicroTech III SmartSource unit
controller inputs. No outside power sources may be
used to operate MicroTech III. All units must be properly
grounded per local code requirements.
R –24VAC current
R –G = Thermostat fan input
R –Humidistat (HGR or Cooling at Dehumidification fan speed)
R –Y1 = Stage #1 Cooling
R –Y2 = Stage #2 Cooling
R –W1 = Stage # Heating
R –W2 = Stage #2 Heating
R –W3 Stage #3 Heating
R –W4 Stage #4 Heating
The MicroTech III SmartSource unit controller has a
lockout circuit to stop compressor operation if the high
pressure or low pressure switch opens. If a compressor
low suction temperature or freeze fault is detected, the unit
will go into the cooling mode for 60 seconds to defrost any
slush in the water-to-refrigerant heat exchanger. After 60
seconds the compressor is locked out. If the condensate
sensor detects a filled drain pan, the compressor operation
will be suspended only in the cooling mode. The unit is
reset by opening and closing the disconnect switch on
the main power supply to the unit in the event the unit
compressor operation has been suspended due to low
temperature (freezestat) switch, high pressure switch, or
low pressure switch. The unit does not have to be reset on
a condensate overflow detection.
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The MicroTech III SmartSource unit controller fault
output sends a signal to an LED on a wall thermostat.
Table 25 on page 36 shows for which functions the
fault output is “on” (sending a signal to the LED).
Unit Protections & LED Fault
Status Annunciation
Refrigerant Circuit High Pressure Protection
A normally closed high (compressor discharge) pressure
switch is used in SmartSource units to help protect the
refrigerant circuit from excessively high pressure. The
controller will monitor this switch.
Note: Due to the method of sensing the HP switch, the
true state cannot be determined unless the compressor output is active.
Refrigerant Circuit Low Pressure Protection
A normally closed low (compressor suction) refrigerant
pressure switch is used in SmartSource units to help
protect the refrigerant circuit from excessively low
refrigerant pressure. The controller will monitor the switch,
when the low-pressure switch contacts are open for more
than the low-pressure time delay, default is 30 seconds,
the controller will go into the low-pressure fault mode.
Condensate Overflow Sensor (Cooling &
Dehumidification Modes Only)
The controller is designed to sense when condensate
water levels in the drain pan become excessively high.
When high condensate water levels are detected during
cooling or dehumidification mode, the controller will go
into condensate overflow warning mode.
• No condensate overflow warnings will occur when
the unit is running in heating modes, thus allowing
the unit to heat with high condensate water levels
• The fan will operate normally during the condensate
overflow fault mode
Heat Exchanger Low Temperature Protection
The Suction Line Temperature sensor is located on
the suction line of the compressor and is used to help
protect the unit from excessively low water coil and air
coil temperatures.
• The control module will monitor the SLT sensor and
if the refrigerant temperature drops below the low
temperature limit set point, the controller will go into
the low temperature fault mode.
The controller is programmed for different responses
if a low temperature fault is detected during heating or
cooling modes.
• Low Refrigerant Temperature Protection in heating mode
• Low Refrigerant Temperature Protection in cooling
mode
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Low Water Temperature Protection
There are two versions of low water temperature protection;
1. Low Entering Water Temperature protection or;
2. Low Leaving Water Temperature protection.
Emergency Shutdown
The controller will be in remote shutdown when the
emergency shutdown contact closes to ground. Remote
shutdown is provided so that when properly connected to
a water loop controller or remote switch, the emergency
shutdown input can be used to shut down the water
source heat pump.
Low Voltage (Brownout) Protection
The Baseboard controller module will monitor the 24
volt power input supplied to the board. If a low voltage
condition is detected the control module will shut down
the unit to protect electrical components from low line
voltage conditions.
в– в– Electrical Characteristics
• Line voltage feeds the primary side of the 24 volt
transformer whose secondary output supplies
power to the controls.
• When the line voltage drops, the transformer
output voltage drops a corresponding amount.
• The Baseboard control module monitors the
supply voltage from the transformer and after
calibration will detect low line voltage conditions
в– в– Low Voltage Calibration Process
• The Low Voltage Calibration process is first
performed at the factory, and results in a
Brownout Reference set point that will protect the
unit under normal operating conditions in the field.
в– в– Low Voltage Protection Control Sequence
• When the line voltage drops below 80% of the unit
nameplate rated value, the controller senses the
lower 24 volt supply voltage.
Intelligent Alarm Reset
This feature applies to faults that do not clear
automatically. It is used to minimize nuisance trips of
automatic lockouts caused by temporary conditions that
might inhibit the unit from performing normal functions.
• When an Intelligent Reset alarm occurs, it is counted
and the alarm is cleared when the condition returns to
normal. If the alarm occurs two more (for a total of 3)
times within a 24-hour period, the heat pump remains
off (locked out) until the alarm is manually cleared.
The control board is reset by a short interruption of
unit power, or remotely reset by pressing the timed
override button for more than 10 seconds, or through
the service tool, or over the network.
• At the end of the 24 hour period, all counts for
Intelligent Reset alarms are reset to zero.
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Remote Reset of Automatic Lockouts
The Remote Reset feature provides the means to
remotely reset automatic lockouts. There are (3) means
to reset an automatic lockout condition:
• Using the thermostat create 2 demands for capacity
within 30 seconds
• Press the Room Sensor or Thermostat Timed
Override/Reset Button for more than 10 seconds
• Turn the unit power off
When the cause of the fault condition has been cleared,
and the unit transitions from not requiring any capacity
to needing any capacity twice within 30 seconds
(accomplished by user manipulation of the Heat/Cool/
Auto/Off switch on the thermostat), an alarm reset
equivalent to a tenant override button reset is generated.
The intelligent reset counter and the 24 hour timer are
cleared when this type of alarm reset is generated.
Note: This feature only applies to thermostat controlled
systems.
For room sensor controlled units, pressing the “Override”
or “Reset” button for more than 10 seconds will apply a
ground signal to the tenant override in(screw terminal
connection at TB1 pin 4) will clear the lockout alarm
once the cause of the fault condition has been cleared.
A unit power cycle can also be used to clear an automatic
lockout if the conditions causing the fault have been cleared.
Table 25: MicroTech III SmartSource unit controller fault &
status LED's
Type
Yellow
Green
Red
IO Expansion Communication Fail
Description
Fault
ON
Flash
Flash
Invalid Configuration
Fault
Flash
Flash
OFF
Low Voltage Brownout
Fault
OFF
Flash
OFF
Emergency Shutdown
Mode
OFF
Flash
OFF
Compressor High Pressure
Fault
OFF
OFF
Flash
Compressor Low Pressure
Fault
OFF
OFF
ON
Compressor Suction Temp Sensor
Fail
Fault
Flash
Flash
ON
Freeze Fault Detect
Fault
Flash
OFF
Flash
Compressor Low Suction Temp
Fault
Flash
OFF
OFF
Room Temp Sensor Fail (Room Sensor Control Only)
Fault
Flash
Flash
ON
Leaving Water Temp Sensor Fail
(Freeze Fault Protect)
Fault
Flash
Flash
ON
Condensate Overflow (Cooling and
Dehumidification Modes)
Fault
ON
OFF
OFF
Serial EEPROM Corrupted
Fault
ON
ON
ON
Waterside Economizer Low Temp
Cutout (WSE Control & Call for
Cooling)
Mode
Flash
ON
Flash
Service Test Mode Enabled
Mode
Flash
Flash
Flash
Unoccupied Mode
Mode
ON
ON
OFF
Occupied, Bypass, Standby, or Tenant Override Modes
Mode
OFF
ON
OFF
Note: Mode/faults are listed in order of priority.
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Table 26: I/O expansion module fault & status LED's
Electric Heat Controls
Description
Type
Yellow
Green
Red
Baseboard Communication Fail
Fault
Flash
OFF
Flash
Entering Water Temp Sensor
Fail
(Boilerless Electric Heat or
Waterside Economizer Only or
Hydronic Heat)
Fault
ON
OFF
Flash
Low Entering Water
Temperature
(No Display On Boilerless
Electric Heat)
Fault
OFF
ON
Flash
Fan is OFF
Mode
OFF
ON
OFF
Fan Running at Low Speed (0
to 33%) Duty Cycle
Mode
OFF
Flash
OFF
• Minimum Compressor ON and OFF timers do not
apply to electric heat control.
Fan Running at Medium Speed
(34 to 66%) Duty Cycle
Mode
ON
Flash
OFF
Operation:
Fan Running at High Speed (67
to 100%) Duty Cycle
Mode
Flash
Flash
OFF
Table 27: Fault recovery and reset
Supplemental Electric Heat Control
The supplemental electric heating option provides
additional stages of heating that can be used in
conjunction with compressor heating, or exclusively if the
compressor is not available for heating.
General Rules:
• Supplemental electric heater and the compressor
may operate simultaneously.
Fan Main Output: will turn ON and the Fan PWM signal
will be at “Auxiliary Heat” duty cycle when:
• Any auxiliary heat output is energized.
• For 30 fixed seconds after all auxiliary heat outputs
have been de-activated.
Auto
Recovery
Tenant
Override
Button
Reset
Network
Reset
I/O Expansion
Communication Fail
Yes
No
No
Invalid Configuration
No
No
No
Low Voltage Brownout
Yes
No
Yes
• Compressor is not available for heating.
All Sensor Failures
No
No
Yes
Compressor High Pressure
No
Yes
Yes
When Compressor is Available:
Compressor Low Pressure
No
Yes
Yes
Compressor Low Suction Temp or
Freeze Fault Detect (Heating and Cooling Modes)
Yes1
Yes
Yes
Compressor Low Suction Temp or
Freeze Fault Detect
(Dehumidification Mode)
• Auxiliary Heat Stage #2 output energizes upon
activation of Heating – Stage #4.
Yes
Yes
Yes
When Compressor is Unavailable:
Condensate Overflow
Yes
No
Yes
Low Entering Water Temp
Yes
No
No
• Auxiliary Heat Stage #1 output energizes upon
activation of “Heating – Stage #1.
Serial EEPROM Corrupted
No
No
No
Waterside Economizer Low Temp Cutout
Yes
No
No
Fault Description
Note:
1
Indicates auto recover is subject to intelligent
alarm reset. Alarm auto recovers on first two
occurrences, locked out on third within 24
hour period.
See "Intelligent Alarm Reset" on page 36
for further details.
Electric Heat Outputs: are allowed to energize when
either condition exists:
• Inter-Stage ON timer must be expired.
• Auxiliary Heat Stage #1 output energizes upon
activation of Heating – Stage #3.
• Auxiliary Heat Stage #2 output energizes upon
activation of Heating – Stage #4.
Boilerless Heat Control
• Turns on the heater when the entering water
temperature is less than setpoint (default is 55В°F), the
temperature set point is adjustable through the network.
Operation
• For geothermal applications the heater turns on
when the entering water temperature is less than
setpoint (default 28В°F).
Thermostat Inputs
Note: In both cases the compressor is shut down.
Waterside Economizer/ Dehumidification
• The Waterside Economizer/Dehumidification input
(TB1-1), when energized from the thermostat,
enables Waterside Economizer or Dehumidificaiton
operation depending on jumper configuration.
W4
• The W4 (TB1-2) terminal enables the second stage
of electric heat.
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Compressor Heating Source
Selection
Compressor heating source selection provides a method to
disable the compressor operation when in the heating mode.
Baseboard JP7 configuration jumper operation:
• Open: Enables compressor operation in the heating
mode.
• Shorted: Disables compressor operation in the
heating mode.
When compressor operation is disabled in the heating
mode and electric heat is available:
• Auxiliary Heat Stage #1: output energizes upon
activation of the “Heating – Stage #1”.
MicroTech SmartSource Controller
with LonWorksВ® Communication
Module
For installation and operation information on LonWorks
Communication Module and other ancillary control
components, see:
• IM 927 - MicroTech III Water Source Heat Pump
LonWorks Communication Module
• IM 933 - LonMaker Integration Plug-in Tool: For use
with the MicroTech III SmartSource Unit Controller
• IM 955 - MicroTech III Wall Sensor for use with
MicroTech III SmartSource Unit Controller
Figure 40: LonWorks communication module
• Auxiliary Heat Stage #2: output energizes upon
activation of the “Heating – Stage #4”.
When compressor operation is disabled in the heating
mode and electric heat is unavailable:
• The unit will not provide any form of heating.
Hydronic Heat
General:
The hydronic heating option provides control of a two
position valve connected to a hot water coil when loop
water temperature is warm enough for hydronic heating.
• Loop water temperature is sensed by a factory
installed entering water temperature sensor located
on the inlet water line.
•
Hydronic heat circuit shall be independent and substitute
the use of the compressor driven refrigeration circuit.
Operation:
The Auxiliary Heat Stage #1 (H8-4) output on the I/O
expansion board is used to open the hydronic heating valve.
• Hydronic heating setpoint allowed range is 70°F to
120В°F, with a 70В°F default value.
• When Entering Water Temperature (EWT) rises
above the hydronic heating on setpoint:
• Compressor will be locked out of heating
(compressor minimum on timer applies).
• If hydronic heating is required: the pump request
output is activated; the “wait for flow” timer is
canceled because the EWT is adequate for hydronic
heating; the hydronic heating output shall energize;
and the fan will turn on 30 seconds after the hydronic
heating output has been energized.
MicroTech SmartSource Controller
with BACnetВ® Communication
Module
For installation and operation information on MicroTech
III SmartSource unit controller and other ancillary
components, see:
• IM 928 - MicroTech III BACnet Communication
Module
• OM 931 - MicroTech III SmartSource Unit Controller
for Water Source Heat Pumps Operation and
Maintenance Manual
• IM 955 - MicroTech III Wall Sensor For use with
MicroTech III SmartSource Unit Controller
Figure 41: MicroTech III BACnet water source heat pump
snap-in communication module
• The fan speed signal is based on the highest active
heating stage (#1 or #2)
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Figure 42: LonWorksВ® or BACnetВ® communication module placement on MicroTechв„ў III SmartSource unit controller
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Fan Speed Selector Switch
A 4-position fan speed selector switch located in the
control box allows CFM settings to be field adjustable.
Fan speed control optimizes unit fan speed based on
thermostat/room sensor inputs. The fan speed switch
allows for manually setting an optimal fan speed specific
to the application requirements. Each position on the
fan speed switch represents settings 1-4. See Table 28
below and Table 29 on page 41 for a complete list of
fan speed selector switch settngs.
Figure 43: 4-position fan speed selector switch
Constant Torque ECM Motor
Table 28: Constant torque motor CFM values
Unit
Size
Setting
Function
Setting 4 (High)
Setting 3 (Standard)
Setting 2 (Medium)
007
.25
.30
.35
.40
.45
.50
.55
.60
.65
368
352
336
320
304
288
272
256
240
224
206
188
341
324
306
289
271
253
235
217
198
180
162
145
312
294
275
256
236
216
195
174
152
262
244
312
294
275
256
236
216
195
174
152
394
378
363
348
333
319
304
290
276
Setting 3 (Standard)
368
352
336
320
304
288
272
256
240
Stage 2
341
324
306
289
271
253
235
217
198
Setting 1 (Low)
312
294
275
256
236
216
195
174
152
Setting 4 (High)
312
294
275
256
236
216
195
174
152
Setting 3 (Standard)
312
294
275
256
236
216
195
174
152
264
244
222
199
176
151
125
98
Fan Only
Setting 1 (Low)
264
244
222
199
176
151
125
98
408
393
378
364
349
335
321
308
294
281
Setting 3 (Standard)
372
356
340
324
308
292
276
261
245
229
337
320
302
284
266
248
230
211
Stage 1
.70
145
Setting 4 (High)
Setting 2 (Medium)
264
246
Setting 1 (Low)
337
320
302
284
266
248
230
211
Setting 4 (High)
437
423
409
395
382
368
355
342
330
317
301
285
Setting 3 (Standard)
408
393
378
364
349
335
321
308
294
281
264
246
372
356
340
324
308
292
276
261
245
229
309
294
Setting 2 (Medium)
Stage 2
Setting 1 (Low)
337
320
302
284
266
248
230
211
Setting 4 (High)
337
320
302
284
266
248
230
211
192
Setting 3 (Standard)
337
320
302
284
266
248
230
211
192
Setting 2 (Medium)
Fan Only
278
258
237
215
193
169
145
120
Setting 1 (Low)
278
258
237
215
193
169
145
120
Setting 4 (High)
459
445
431
417
404
390
377
364
351
339
324
Setting 3 (Standard)
428
413
399
385
371
358
345
331
319
306
290
Setting 2 (Medium)
Stage 1
394
378
363
348
333
319
304
290
Setting 1 (Low)
394
378
363
348
333
319
304
290
Setting 4 (High)
486
473
459
445
431
417
402
388
374
359
348
337
326
459
445
431
417
404
390
377
364
351
339
324
309
294
428
413
399
385
371
358
345
331
319
306
290
Setting 3 (Standard)
Setting 2 (Medium)
Stage 2
Setting 1 (Low)
394
378
363
348
333
319
304
290
Setting 4 (High)
394
378
363
348
333
319
304
290
276
262
244
226
Setting 3 (Standard)
394
378
363
348
333
319
304
290
276
262
244
226
337
320
302
284
266
248
230
211
192
173
155
337
320
302
284
266
248
230
211
192
173
155
Setting 2 (Medium)
Setting 1 (Low)
Note:
.20
Setting 1 (Low)
Setting 2 (Medium)
012
.15
Setting 4 (High)
Setting 2 (Medium)
009
Stage 1
External Static Pressure (inches of water column)
.10
Fan Only
Gray tinted areas, outside recommended operating range.
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Constant CFM Type ECM Motor Fan Settings
Table 29: Single stage units with constant CFM type ECM motor
Unit
Size
015
019
024
030
036
042
048
060
070
Setting
Maximum
ESP
(in. wg.)2
1Low
CFM
Heat
1High
CFM
Heat
1Low
CFM
Cool
1High
CFM
Cool
Fan
Only
Dehumidification
Electric
Heat
Setting 4 (High)
.70
500
560
500
560
375
375
560
Setting 3 (Standard)
.70
440
500
440
500
375
375
560
Setting 2 (Medium)
.70
375
440
375
440
280
375
560
Setting 1 (Low)
.70
375
375
375
375
280
375
560
Setting 4 (High)
.70
600
675
600
675
450
450
675
Setting 3 (Standard)
.70
525
600
525
600
450
450
675
Setting 2 (Medium)
.70
450
525
450
525
340
450
675
Setting 1 (Low)
.70
450
450
450
450
340
450
675
Setting 4 (High)
.70
800
900
800
900
600
600
900
Setting 3 (Standard)
.70
700
800
700
800
600
600
900
Setting 2 (Medium)
.70
600
700
600
700
450
600
900
Setting 1 (Low)
.70
600
600
600
600
450
600
900
Setting 4 (High)
.70
1000
1125
1000
1125
750
750
1125
Setting 3 (Standard)
.70
875
1000
875
1000
750
750
1125
Setting 2 (Medium)
.70
750
875
750
875
560
750
1125
Setting 1 (Low)
.70
750
750
750
750
560
750
1125
Setting 4 (High)
.70
1250
1400
1250
1400
940
938
1400
Setting 3 (Standard)
.70
1090
1250
1090
1250
940
938
1400
Setting 2 (Medium)
.70
940
1090
940
1090
700
938
1400
Setting 1 (Low)
.70
940
940
940
940
700
938
1400
Setting 4 (High)
.70
1400
1575
1400
1575
1050
1050
1575
Setting 3 (Standard)
.70
1225
1400
1225
1400
1050
1050
1575
Setting 2 (Medium)
.70
1050
1225
1050
1225
785
1050
1575
Setting 1 (Low)
.70
1050
1050
1050
1050
785
1050
1575
Setting 4 (High)
.70
1600
1800
1600
1800
1200
1200
1800
Setting 3 (Standard)
.70
1400
1600
1400
1600
1200
1200
1800
Setting 2 (Medium)
.70
1200
1400
1200
1400
900
1200
1800
Setting 1 (Low)
.70
1200
1200
1200
1200
900
1200
1800
Setting 4 (High)
.70
2000
2250
2000
2250
1500
1500
2250
Setting 3 (Standard)
.70
1750
2000
1750
2000
1500
1500
2250
Setting 2 (Medium)
.70
1500
1750
1500
1750
1120
1500
2250
Setting 1 (Low)
.70
1500
1500
1500
1500
1120
1500
2250
Setting 4 (High)
.70
2160
2400
2160
2400
1710
1710
2400
Setting 3 (Standard)
.70
1920
2160
1920
2160
1710
1710
2400
Setting 2 (Medium)
.70
1710
1920
1710
1920
1330
1710
2400
Setting 1 (Low)
.70
1710
1710
1710
1710
1330
1710
2400
Notes: 1 The unit is capable of high-low fan performance through the use of a 2-stage thermostat wired to specific
terminals for High-Low CFM fan performance. Standard operation with a 1-stage thermostat is indicated
as High CFM fan performance.
2 Applications up to 1.0" ESP (in. wg.) are possible. However, increased fan noise should be anticipated and
appropriate noise attenuation should be considered.
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Start-Up
Information for Initial Start-up
CAUTION
Units must be checked for water leaks upon initial water system
start-up. Water leaks may be a result of mishandling or damage
during shipping. Failure by the installing contractor to check for
leaks upon start-up of the water system could result in property
damage.
Check, Test & Start Procedure
NOTICE
Complete the "Water Source Heat Pump Equipment Check, Test
and Start Form" on page 56.
1. Open all valves to full open position and turn on
power to the conditioner.
2. Set thermostat for “Fan Only” operation by selecting
“Off” at the system switch and “On” at the fan
switch. If “Auto” fan operation is selected, the fan
will cycle with the compressor. Check for proper air
delivery.
3. Set thermostat to “Cool.” If the thermostat is an
automatic changeover type, simply set the cooling
temperature to the coolest position. On manual
changeover types additionally select “Cool” at the
system switch.
Again, many conditioners have time delays which
protect the compressor(s) against short cycling.
After a few minutes of operation, check the
discharge grilles for cool air delivery. Measure
the temperature difference between entering and
leaving water. It should be approximately 1ВЅ
times greater than the heating mode temperature
difference. For example, if the cooling temperature
difference is 15В°F (8В°C), the heating temperature
difference should have been 10В°F (5В°C).
Without automatic flow control valves, target a
cooling temperature difference of 10В°F to 14В°F (5В°C
to 8В°C). Adjust the combination shutoff/balancing
valve in the return line to a water flow rate which will
result in the 10ЛљF to 14В°F (5В°C to 8В°C) difference.
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4. Set thermostat to “Heat.” If the thermostat is the
automatic changeover type, set system switch to the
“Auto” position and depress the heat setting to the
warmest selection. Some conditioners have builtin time delays which prevent the compressor from
immediately starting. With most control schemes,
the fan will start immediately. After a few minutes of
compressor operation, check for warm air delivery
at discharge grille. If this is a “cold building” startup, leave unit running until return air to the unit is at
least 65В°F (18В°C).
Measure the temperature difference between
entering and leaving air and entering and leaving
water. With entering water of 60В°F to 80В°F (16В°C to
27В°C), leaving water should be 6В°F to 12В°F (3.3В°C to
6.6В°C) cooler, and the air temperature rise through
the machine should not exceed 35В°F (19В°C). If
the air temperature exceeds 35В°F (19В°C), then the
water flow rate is inadequate.
5. Check the elevation and cleanliness of the
condensate line. If the air is too dry for sufficient
dehumidification, slowly pour enough water into the
condensate pan to ensure proper drainage.
6. If the conditioner does not operate, check the
following points:
7.
a. Is supply voltage to the machine compatible?
b. Is thermostat type appropriate?
c. Is thermostat wiring correct?
If the conditioner operates but stops after a brief
period:
a. Is there proper airflow? Check for dirty filter,
incorrect fan rotation (3-phase fan motors only),
or incorrect ductwork.
b. Is there proper water flow rate within temperature
limits? Check water balancing; back flush unit if
dirt-clogged.
8. Check for vibrating refrigerant piping, fan wheels,
etc.
9. Do not lubricate the fan motor during the first year of
operation as it is pre lubricated at the factory.
10. Field supplied relays installed on the input terminals
W1, W2, W3, W4, Humidistat, Y1, Y2 and G may
introduce electrical noise. Never install relay coils in
series with the inputs.
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Operating Limits
Environment
This equipment is designed for indoor installation only. Sheltered locations such as attics, garages, etc., generally
will not provide sufficient protection against extremes in temperature and/or humidity, and equipment performance,
reliability, and service life may be adversely affected.
Table 30: Air limits in В°F (В°C)
Standard Range Units
Air Limits
Geothermal Range Units
Cooling
Heating
Cooling
Heating
Minimum Ambient Air
50В° F (10В°C)
50В°F (10В°C)
40В°F (4В°C)
40В°F (4В°C)
Maximum Ambient Air
100В°F (38В°C)
85В°F (29В°C)
100В°F (38В°C)
85В°F (29В°C)
Minimum Entering Air
50В°F (10В°C)
50В°F (10В°C)
50В°F (10В°C)
40В°F (4В°C)
Maximum Entering Air
100/83В°F (38/28В°C)
80В°F (27В°C)
100/83В°F (38/28В°C)
80В°F (27В°C)
Table 31: Water limits
Water Limits
Standard Range Units
Geothermal Range Units
Cooling
Heating
Cooling
Heating
Minimum Entering Water
55В°F (13В°C)
55В°F (13В°C)
30В°F (-1В°C)
20В°F (-6В°C)
Normal Entering Water
85В°F (29В°C)
70В°F (21В°C)
77В°F (25В°C)
40В°F (4В°C)
Maximum Entering Water
110В°F (43В°C)
90В°F (32В°C)
110В°F (43В°C)
90В°F (32В°C)
Minimum GPM/Ton
1.5
Nominal GPM/Ton
3.0
Maximum GPM/Ton
4.0
Notes: 1. Maximum and minimum values may not be combined. If one value is at maximum or minimum, the other
two conditions may not exceed the normal condition for standard units. Extended range units may combine any two maximum conditions, but not more than two, with all other conditions being normal condition.
2. This is not a normal or continuous operating condition. It is assumed that such a start-up is for the purpose
of bringing the building space up to occupancy temperature.
Factory-Installed Option
Motorized Isolation Valve & Relay
The motorized valve kit is available as a factory-installed
and wired option or may be ordered as a field-installed
accessory.
Wired as shown in Figure 44, the motorized valve will open
on a call for compressor operation. Valves for unit sizes
007 to 019 are 1/2" while unit sizes 024 to 070 are 3/4".
The motorized isolation valve actuator (ISO) has both a
24V power connection and a 24V end switch connection.
Install the supplied wire harness into plug H8 on the
main control board. Run wires between the ISO actuator
and the supplied wire harness ends.
Connect N.O & N.C. actuators as shown on the
schematic
Note: The actuator end switch is applicable for unit
sizes 015 through 070 only.
The end switch should be wired in series with the 24V
compressor signal wire. Connect the end switch wires as
shown in the schematic. The end switch will close when
the valve is fully open.
Note: For detailed installation instructions for the motorized valve, refer to IM 1151.
Figure 44: Motorized valve wiring
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See service & disconnect portion of wiring diagram on page 45.
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Legend:
Note: Devices in legend may or may not be on unit.
ADR
Aquastat, Discharge Refrigerant
AHL
Aquastat, High Limit
AN1,2
LED Annunicator, circuit 1, 2
CO1-04 Fan Motor 1-4 Capacitor
C11-12 Compressor 1,2 Capacitor
CP1,2
Compressor 1, 2
COS
Condensate Overflow Protection Sensor
DAT
Discharge Air Temperature Sensor
DCS
Disconnect Switch
DSH
Desuperheater Pump
DSS
Desuperheater Shutoff Switch
EB1
Expansion Control Board 1
EB2
Expansion Control Board 2 - fan speed ctrl
EH1
Electric Heat
EWT
Entering Water Temperature Sensor
FM1-4
Fan Motor 1-4
GNDGround
HG1,2
Hot Gas Reheat Valve Acutator
HHT
Hot Water Heat Valve Actuator
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HP1,2
High Pressure Switch 1, 2
HUM
Humidistat Sensor
ISO
Water Flow Isolation Valve Actuator
LAT
Leaving Air Temperature Sensor
LP1,2
Low Pressure Switch 1, 2
LT1,2
Compressor Suction Line Temperature Sensor 1, 2
LWT
Leaving Water Temperature Sensor
M01-04 Fan Motor 4 Contactor
M11-1
Compressor 1, 2 Contactor
M70, 71 Secondary Heat Contactor
MCB
Main Control Board
NCB
Network Control Board
OLP
Overload Protector - Compressor Motor
PL1,2
Loop Pump 1, 2
R15
Relay, Field Contacts, Alarm Output
R20
Relay, Loop Pump
RAT
Return Air Temperature Sensor
RV1,2
Reversing Valve 1, 2
TB1
Terminal Block, Line Voltage
TB2
Terminal Block, 24V
TB3
Terminal Block, EH1 Line Voltage
TR1
Transformer - Control
TR2
Transformer - Fan Motor
TR3
Transformer - Loop Pump
TSL
Thermostat, Wireless
TSW
Thermostat, Wired (Unit-mounted)
W0001-^Wire
WH001-^ Wire Harness
WN1-^
Wire Nut
WP001-^ Wire Plug
WPCP1 Wire Plug Assy - Compressor Power
WPT01 Wire Plug Assy - 2-stage Comp Ctrl
WSE
Waterside Economizer Actuator
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Typical Wiring Diagrams
MicroTech III Unit Control with BACnet Communication Module (WSE &
DSH) - 208-230V, 1-Phase with 115V Loop Pumps and 20kW Electric Heat
See service & disconnect portion of wiring diagram on page 47.
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Typical Wiring Diagrams
MicroTech III Unit Control with BACnet Communication Module (WSE &
DSH) Service & Disconnect - 208-230V, 1-Phase with 115V Loop Pumps
and 20kW Electric Heat
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Typical Wiring Diagrams
MicroTech III Unit Control with LonWorks Communication Module
208-230V, 3-Phase with 230V Loop Pumps and 5kW Electric Heat
See service & disconnect portion of wiring diagram on page 49.
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Typical Wiring Diagrams
MicroTech III Unit Control with LonWorks Communication Module
Service & Disconnect 208-230V, 3-Phase with 230V Loop Pumps and
5kW Electric Heat
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Typical Wiring Diagrams
MicroTech III Unit Control with BACnet Communication Module (WSE)
460V, 3-Phase with 230V Loop Pumps and 20kW Electric Heat
See service & disconnect portion of wiring diagram on page 51.
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Typical Wiring Diagrams
MicroTech III Unit Control with BACnet Communication Module (WSE)
Service & Disconnect - 460V, 3-Phase with 230V Loop Pumps and 20kW
Electric Heat
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Typical Wiring Diagrams
MicroTech III Unit Control with Hydronic Heat (HYH) – 208-230V
MicroTech III
Unit Controller
I/O Expansion
Module
Hydronic
Heat
HYH
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Maintenance
General Maintenance
1. Normal maintenance on all units is generally
limited to filter changes. Units are provided with
permanently lubricated motors and require no oiling
even though oil caps may be provided.
2. Filter changes are required at regular intervals. The
time period between changes will depend upon
the project requirements. Some applications such
as motels produce a lot of lint from carpeting and
linen changes, and will require more frequent filter
changes. Check filters at 60-day intervals for the
first year until experience is acquired. If light cannot
be seen through the filter when held up to sunlight
or a bright light, it should be changed. A more critical
standard may be desirable.
3. The condensate drain pan should be checked
annually and cleaned and flushed as required.
4. Record performance measurements of volts, amps,
and water temperature differences (both heating
and cooling). A comparison of logged data with startup and other annual data is useful as an indicator of
general equipment condition.
5. Periodic lockouts almost always are caused by
air or water problems. The lockout (shutdown) of
the unit is a normal protective result. Check for
dirt in the water system, water flow rates, water
temperatures, airflow rates (may be a dirty filter),
and air temperatures. If the lockout occurs in the
morning following a return from night setback,
entering air below machine limits may be the cause.
The in and outs of R-410A
Charging
Due to the zeotropic nature of R-В­410A, it should be
charged as a liquid. In situations where vapor is normally
charged into a system, a valve should be installed in the
charging line to flash the liquid to vapor while charging.
В­Make certain that the recycle or recovery equipment
used is designed for R-410A. The pressure of R-410A
refrigerant is approximately 60 percent greater than
that of R-22. Pressure gauges require a range up to
800 PSIG high side and 250 PSIG low side. Recovery
cylinders require a 400 PSIG rating – do not put R-410A
in a 300 PSIG rated cylinder.
WARNING
Recycle/recovery equipment must be designated for R-410A.
R-410A pressure is greater than R-22. Improper equipment can
cause severe injury or death.
Note: Because a water source heat pump operates
under a wide range of water and air temperatures, the values printed below are to be taken
as suggested pressure and temperatures.) All
Daikin water source heat pumps are designed for
commercial use. The units are designed for the
cooling mode of operation and fail safe to cooling.
The reversing valve is energized for the heating
mode of operation.
Superheat
Head Pressure
Water Delta T
8 to 14 degrees
335-355 PSIG
10В° to 14В°
Note: All information above is based on ISO standard
13256-1 and tested at these conditions.
R-410A is a non-ozone depleting blend of two
refrigerants - HFC-125 and HFC-32 in a fifty percent
mixture. R-410A exhibits higher operating pressure and
refrigeration capacity than R-22. R-410A is intended
for use in new air conditioning applications that have
traditionally been used HCFC-22 (R-22). Due to higher
capacity and pressure of R-410A, it must not be used in
existing R-22 systems.
Although R-410A is non-flammable at ambient
temperature and atmospheric pressure, it can become
combustible under pressure when mixed with air.
Note: R-410A should not be mixed with air under pressure for leak testing. Pressure mixtures of dry
nitrogen and R-410A can be used for leak testing.
Lubrication
R-410A should be used only with polyester (POE)
oil. The HFC refrigerant components in R-410A will
not be compatible with mineral oil or alkylbenzene
lubricants. R-410A systems will be charged with the
OEM recommended lubricant, ready for use with R-410A.
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Troubleshooting
Table 32: Troubleshooting refrigeration circuit
Head
Pressure
Suction
Pressure
Compressor
Amp Draw
Super Heat
Subcooling
Air Temp
Differential
Water (Loops)
Temp
Differential
Safety Lock
Out
Undercharge System
(Possible Leak)
Low
Low
Low
High
Low
Low
Low
Low Pressure
Overcharge System
High
High
High
Normal
High
Normal
High Pressure
Low Air Flow Heating
High
High
High
Low Air Flow Cooling
Low
Low
Low
Symptom
Charge
Low Water Flow
Heating
Low
Low
Normal
Normal
High
Normal
Low
Normal
Normal
Low
Low
High
Low
High Pressure
High
High
Low
Low Temp
Low
Low
High
Low
High
Low Temp
Low Water Flow
Cooling
High
High
High
High
Low
Low
High
High Pressure
High Air Flow Heating
Low
Low
Low
Low
High
Low
Low
Low Temp
High Air Flow
Cooling
Low
High
Normal
High
Low
Low
Normal
High Pressure
High Water Flow
Heating
Normal
Low
Normal
High
Normal
Normal
Low
High Pressure
High Water Flow
Cooling
Low
Low
Low
Low
High
Normal
Low
Low Temp
TXV Restricted
High
Low
High
High
Low
Low
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Typical Refrigeration Cycles
Figure 45: Cooling mode – (single circuit only shown)
Return Air
Thermal
Expansion Valve
Co-Axial Heat
Exchanger
Water In
Coil – Air to Refrigerant
Heat Exchanger
Water Out
Sensing Bulb and
Capillary Tube
Compressor
Blower
Reversing Valve
Conditioned Air – (Cooling)
Cooling Refrigeration Cycle
When the wall thermostat is calling for COOLING, the reversing valve directs the flow of the refrigerant, a hot gas,
leaving the compressor to the water-to-refrigerant heat exchanger. Here the heat is removed by the water and the
hot gas condenses to become a liquid. The liquid then flows through a thermal expansion metering system to the
air-to-refrigerant heat exchanger coil. The liquid then evaporates becoming a gas, at the same time absorbing heat
and cooling the air passing over the surfaces of the coil. The refrigerant then flows as a low pressure gas through the
reversing valve and back to the suction side of the compressor to complete the cycle.
Figure 46: Heating mode – (single circuit only shown)
Return Air
Thermal
Expansion Valve
Co-Axial Heat
Exchanger
Water In
Coil – Air to Refrigerant
Heat Exchanger
Water Out
Sensing Bulb
and Capillary Tube
Compressor
Blower
Reversing Valve
Conditioned Air – (Heating)
Heating Refrigeration Cycle
When the wall thermostat is calling for HEATING, the reversing valve directs the flow of the refrigerant, a hot gas,
leaving the compressor to the air-to-refrigerant heat exchanger coil. Here the heat is removed by the air passing
over the surfaces of the coil and the hot gas condenses to become a liquid. The liquid then flows through a capillary
thermal expansion metering system to the water-to-refrigerant heat exchanger. The liquid then evaporates becoming
a gas, at the same time absorbing heat and cooling the water. The refrigerant then flows as a low pressure gas
through the reversing valve and back to the suction side of the compressor to complete the cycle.
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Water Source Heat Pump Equipment Check, Test and Start Form
This form must be completed and submitted within ten (10) days of start‑up to comply with the terms of the Daikin warranty. Forms should
be returned to Daikin Warranty Department.
Installation Data
Job Name __________________________________________________________ Check, Test & Start Date _________________
City or Town___________________________________________ State__________________________ Zip_________________
Who is Performing CTS______________________________________ Equipment Type (Check all that apply)
в–ЎClosed Loop в–ЎOpen Loop
в–ЎGeothermal в–ЎOther (specify)______________
General Contractor__________________________________________
Essential Items Check of System – Note: “No” answers below require notice to installer by memorandum (attached copy.)
Essential Items Check
A. Voltage Check___________ Volts
Loop Temp.____________ В°F Heating
Set For____________ В°F Cooling
B. Yes
в–Ў
в–Ў
в–Ў
в–Ў
в–Ў
в–Ў
в–Ў
в–Ў
в–Ў
No
в–Ў
в–Ў
в–Ў
в–Ў
в–Ў
в–Ў
в–Ў
в–Ў
в–Ў
в–Ў в–Ў
в–Ў в–Ў
System Water P.H. Levels___________
Condition
Comments
Loop Water Flushed Clean __________________________________________________________________
Closed Type Cooling Tower __________________________________________________________________
Water Flow Rate to Heat Pump Balanced _______________________________________________________
Standby Pump Installed ____________________________________________________________________
System Controls Functioning ________________________________________________________________
Outdoor Portion of Water System Freeze Protected _______________________________________________
Loop System Free of Air ____________________________________________________________________
Filters Clean _____________________________________________________________________________
Condensate Traps Installed __________________________________________________________________
Note: “No” answers below require notice to installer by memorandum (attached copy.)
Outdoor Air to Heat Pumps: _________________________________________________________________
Other Conditions Found: ____________________________________________________________________
Please include any suggestions or comments for Daikin Applied:____________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________
Above System is in Proper Working Order
For Internal Use
Note: This form must be filled out and sent to the warranty administrator before any service money can be released.
Date
Release:
SM _________________________
CTS _________________________
T _________________________
Signature for Sales Representative
Signature for Customer
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Unit Check / Equipment Data
Installation Data
Job Name____________________________________________________ Check Test Date:___________________________
City ___________________________________________________________ State________________ Zip_______________
Daikin Model #_______________________________________________________
Daikin Serial #________________________________________ Job site Unit ID # (HP #)______________________________
General Contractor:______________________________________ Mechanical Contractor:______________________________
Technician Performing Start-Up: Name_______________________________ Employer:______________________________
Complete equipment data from measurements taken at the locatons indicated on the drawing below.
Equipment Data
Flow Rate
EWP - LWP = ∆P
1 EWP - PSI In__________________minus
2 LWP - PSI Out___________ equals ∆P_____________
The first step in finding GPM is to subtract leaving water pressure from entering water pressure. The difference between the two
is referred to as ∆P. ∆P can be converted to GPM by looking in the equipment specificaton catalog. Caution ∆P ≠GPM
Note: A conversion table must be used to find GPM from (Delta) ∆P measurements.
Loop Fluid Temperature Rise / Drop through Coaxial Heat Exchanger EWT - LWT = ∆T
4 LWT - °F Out___________________ equals Fluid ∆T________________
3 EWT - В°F Out__________________ minus
∆T is the rise or drop in the fluid temperature as it passes through the Coaxial.
Air Temperature Rise / Drop through the air coil
∆T x CFM x 1.08 = BTUH Sensible
6 LAT - °F Out____________________ equals Air ∆T__________________
5 EAT - В°F In____________________ minus
Note: Perform Check, Test and Start-Up in the Cooling Mode Only.
EWT- Entering Water Temperature
EWP- Entering Water Pressure
EAT- Entering Air Temperature
∆- Delta (Differential)
LWT - Leaving Water Temperature
LWP - Leaving Water Pressure
LAT - Leaving Air Temperature
CFM - Cubic Feet/Minute
BTUH-British Thermal Units/Hour
Check, Test & Start
LAT
V
Discharge
Hot Gas
V
C
O
I
L
Reversing Valve
6
V
V
EAT
Air Temperature В°F
OUT
V
5
A
I
R
Suction
COAX
Expansion
Valve
Compressor
Loop Fluid Pressure (In PSI)
EWP
1
Loop Fluid Temperature В°F
EWT
3
V
IN
INOUT
V
2
LWP
4
LWT
Form No._____________________________
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Commercial Check, Test and Start Worksheet
(Complete all equipment measurements indicated for each unit per installation on previous page)
Model
Serial #
H.P. #
EWT
3
LWT
4
EWP
1
LWP
2
EAT
5
LAT
6
Volts
Amps
Cooling
Check
Air
Filter
and
Coil
Comments
(more comments on
next sheet)
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Daikin Applied Training and Development
Now that you have made an investment in modern, efficient Daikin equipment, its care should be a high
priority. For training information on all Daikin HVAC products, please visit us at www.DaikinApplied.com
and click on Training, or call 540-248-9646 and ask for the Training Department.
Warranty
All Daikin equipment is sold pursuant to its standard terms and conditions of sale, including Limited
Product Warranty. Consult your local Daikin Applied representative for warranty details. Refer to Form
933-430285Y. To find your local Daikin Applied representative, go to www.DaikinApplied.com.
Aftermarket Services
To find your local parts office, visit www.DaikinApplied.com or call 800-37PARTS (800-377-2787).
To find your local service office, visit www.DaikinApplied.com or call 800-432-1342.
This document contains the most current product information as of this printing. For the most up-to-date
product information, please go to www.DaikinApplied.com.
Products manufactured in an ISO Certified Facility.
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