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Amana PTH123G35AXXX Installation Guide
PTAC Air Conditioners
and Heat Pumps
11.7 EER / 3.4 COP
P roduct S pecifications
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Quiet operation: STC of 28
Assembled in the USA for 30 years
Increased dehumidification capacity
100% run-tested at our plant in Fayetteville, TN, for leaks
7⅝” unit front depth: one of the shallowest silhouettes in the industry today
Removable condenser shroud allows easy access to enable regular cleaning of coils
Easy pull-out filters that are washable and easy to maintain
Filter drier for sealed system refrigerant
7-Button touch pad provides complete control to guests
for in-room comfort while maintaining energy efficiency
Condensate dispersion system removes condensate from indoor cooling operation and evaporates it into the atmosphere through the condenser
Digismart™ front desk control & energy management software
Room freeze protection is activated when the unit senses temperatures of 40°F or below
Versatile style that blends into any room’s color scheme and decor
Easy to service with on-board led diagnostics
Digismart™ wireless remote thermostat is available
Remote temperature sensing for guest climate control
Extended heat pump heating down to as low as 24°F outdoor ambient temperature
Zero floor clearance allows unit to be installed flush to a finished floor
30-second fan-off delay
Compressor lock-in prevents compressor short-cycling
Constant fan mode
Hidden ventilation control
High-pressure switch
Control Board
First-Year Warranty: Parts & Labor on entire unit
Second through Fifth Year: Parts & Labor on certain sealed system components
Second through Fifth Year: on certain functional parts only
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Product Specifications
Nomenclature
PTC
07
3
G
35
1,2,3
4,5
6
7
8,9
AXXX
AA
10,11,12,13 14,15
Basic Model Type
PTC
Standard Cooler PTAC
PTH
Standard Heat Pump PTHP
DRY
Dehumid Cooler PTAC
Engineering Major & Minor Revisions
A
C
D
F
H
P
Q
R
V
X
W
Cooling Capacity
07
7000 BTU/h
60 Hz
09
9000 BTU/h
60 Hz
10
10000 BTU/h
50 Hz
12
12000 BTU/h
50 or 60 Hz
15
14000 BTU/h
60 Hz
Rated Voltage
2
115V, 60 Hz, 1 Ph
3
230/208V, 60 Hz, 1 Ph
4
265V, 60 Hz, 1 Ph
5
240/220V, 50 Hz, 1 Ph
Use up to 4 as needed in alphabe>cal order
Examples:
PTC123E50AXXX
PTC073E35CRXX
PTC123E50CXXX
PTC073E25CQRW
Design Series
G
R-­‐410A
Heater Size
00
No Electric Heat
15
1.5 kW
25
2.5 kW
2
Features Code
Standard Model
Corrosion Protec>on (Seacoast)
Power Door
Fuse Holder (230/208 Only)
Hydronic Heat-­‐Capable
Condensate Pump (PTH Only)
Quiet STC 31 Chassis
RF Antenna
Power Vent
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Hard-­‐Wired (PTQC)
35
50
3.5 kW (230/208V)
3.7 kW (265V)
5.0 kW
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Product Specifications
Product Specifications: PTC Models — Cooling/Electric Heat
230/208 Volts
Model ⁶, ⁸, ⁹
Voltage ³
Capacity (BTU/h)
PTC
073G***XXX
PTC
093G***XXX
PTC
123G***XXX
PTC
153G***XXX
230 / 208
230 / 208
230 / 208
230 / 208
7,700 / 7,700
9,000 / 9,000
11,700 / 11,500
15,000 / 14,700
Amps ¹⁰
3.5 / 3.5
4.1 / 4.1
5.6 / 5.6
7.0 / 7.0
Watts ¹⁰
670/660
805/785
1135/1105
1500/1470
EER
11.5/11.7
11.2/11.5
10.3/10.4
10.0/10.0
4.2
4.9
6.8
8.5
High
290
290
290
340
Low
264
264
264
314
High
310
310
310
360
Low
282
282
282
332
Ventilated Air, CFM (Fan Only)*
65*
65*
65*
65*
Dehumidification (Pints/Hr.)
1.7
2.2
3.6
4.4
Net Weight (lbs.)
98
102
102
113
Ship Weight (lbs.)
113
117
119
130
PTC
074G***XXX
PTC
094G***XXX
PTC
124G***XXX
PTC
154G***XXX
Unit without Electric Heater
Min. Circuit Amps ², ⁴, ¹⁰
CFM (Cool/Wet Coil)
CFM (Dry Coil)
265/277 Volts
Model 1, 6, 8
Voltage ¹, ³
Capacity (BTU/h)
Amps ¹⁰
265
265
265
265
7,700
9,000
12,000
14,800
3.0
3.6
4.8
6.0
Watts ¹⁰
670
795
1,165
1,480
EER
11.5
11.3
10.3
10.0
3.6
4.4
5.9
7.4
High
290
290
290
340
Low
264
264
264
314
High
310
310
310
360
Low
Unit without Electric Heater
Min. Circuit Amps ², ⁴, ¹⁰
CFM (Cool/Wet Coil)
CFM (Dry Coil)
282
282
282
332
Ventilated Air, CFM (Fan Only)*
65*
65*
65*
65*
Dehumidification (Pints/Hr.)
1.7
2.2
3.6
4.4
Net Weight (lbs.)
98
102
102
113
Ship Weight (lbs.)
113
117
119
130
* Approximately 95 CFM with optional power vent kit. Actual vent CFM performance will vary due to application and installation conditions. See Notes
on following page.
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Product Specifications
Product Specifications: PTC / PTH Models — Electric Heat Performance
(Primary Heating for PTC Models; Auxiliary Heating for PTH Models; See below for Power Cord Configuration)
Electric
Heat (kW)
No. of
Stages
230/208V
2.5
230/208V
3.5
Voltage
230/208V
Nominal Heating (BTU/h)
Total
Watts6
Total
Amps
Min. Circuit
Ampacity²
MOP4
(amps)
Power
Cord
@ 230V
@ 208V
@ 265V
1
8,500
6,800
--
2,570 / 2,115
11.2 / 10.1
14.0
15
6-15 P
1
12,000
9,900
--
3,570 / 2,935
15.5 / 14.1
19.4
20
6-20 P
5
1
17,100
14,000
--
5,070 / 4,160
22.1 / 20.0
27.5
30
6-30 P
265V
2.5
1
--
--
8,500
2,570
9.7
12.1
15
7-20 P
265V
3.7
1
--
--
12,600
3,770
14.2
17.8
20
7-20 P
265V
5
1
--
--
17,100
5,070
19.2
23.9
25
7-30 P
Notes
¹ All 265-volt models must use an Amana® brand sub-base (PTSB4**E) or an Amana® brand hard-wire kit PTPWHWK4 and disconnect switch PSHW04A.
² Minimum Circuit Ampacity (MCA) ratings conform to the National Electric Code; however, local codes should apply.
³ Minimum voltage on 230/208-volt models is 197 volts; maximum is 253 volts. Minimum voltage on 265-volt models is 239 volts; maximum is 292 volts.
⁴ Overcurrent protection for all units without electric heaters is 15 amps. Overcurrent protection on 265-volt models must be cartridge-style time-delay
fuses (included and factory-installed on all Amana® brand 265-volt chassis). See heater performance
⁵ Heating capacity and efficiency based on unit operation without condensate pump; unit automatically switches to electric heat at approximately 24°F
outdoor ambient.
⁶ Specify two-digit heater kW size to complete model number.
⁷ R-410A refrigerant used in all systems.
⁸ All units meet or exceed ASHRAE 90.1 standards.
⁹ All units less than 250 volts have a Leak Current Detector Interrupter (LCDI) power cord and meet UL 484 standards.
¹⁰ Refer to electric heat performance data for total MCA and recommended overcurrent protection. Amps and Watts notation refers to compressor only.
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Product Specifications: PTH Models — Cooling/Heat Pump/Electric Heat
230208 Volts
Model ⁶, ⁸, ⁹
Voltage ³
Capacity (BTU/h)
Amps ¹⁰
PTH
073E**AXXX
PTH
093E**AXXX
PTH
123E**AXXX
PTH
153E**AXXX
230 / 208
230 / 208
230 / 208
230 / 208
7,600 / 7,500
9,000 / 8,900
11,500 / 11,100
14,000 / 13,900
3.5 / 3.5
4.1 / 4.1
5.6 / 5.6
7.0 / 7.0
Watts ¹⁰
650 / 620
770 / 765
1095 / 1065
1460 / 1465
EER
11.3 / 11.4
11.1 / 11.1
10.2 / 10.1
9.6 / 9.5
4.2
5.0
6.8
8.5
High
290
290
290
340
Low
264
264
264
314
High
310
310
310
360
Low
282
282
282
332
Ventilated Air, CFM (Fan Only)*
65*
65*
65*
65*
Dehumidification (Pints/Hr.)
1.7
2.2
3.6
4.4
Net Weight (lbs.)
108
112
115
126
Ship Weight (lbs.)
123
127
132
143
PTH
074E**AXXX
PTH
094E**AXXX
PTH
124E**AXXX
PTH
154E**AXXX
265
265
265
265
7,500
9,000
11,500
14,000
3.0
3.6
4.8
6.0
Unit without Electric Heater
Min. Circuit Amps ², ⁴, ¹⁰
CFM (Cool/Wet Coil)
CFM (Dry Coil)
265,277 Volts
Model ¹, ⁶, ⁸
Voltage ¹, ³
Capacity (BTU/h)
Amps ¹⁰
Watts ¹⁰
635
780
1115
1430
EER
11.6
11.1
10.0
9.7
3.6
4.4
5.9
7.3
High
290
290
290
340
Low
264
264
264
314
High
310
310
310
360
Low
282
282
282
332
Ventilated Air, CFM (Fan Only)*
65*
65*
65*
65*
Dehumidification (Pints/Hr.)
1.7
2.2
3.6
4.4
Net Weight (lbs.)
108
112
115
125
Ship Weight (lbs.)
123
127
132
142
Unit without Electric Heater
Min. Circuit Amps ², ⁴, ¹⁰
CFM (Cool/Wet Coil)
CFM (Dry Coil)
* Approximately 95 CFM with optional power vent kit. Actual vent CFM performance will vary due to application and installation conditions. See Notes
on previous page
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Product Specifications
Product Specifications: PTH Models — Reverse-Cycle Heating Performance
230/208 Volts
PTH
073E**AXXX
PTH
093E**AXXX
PTH
123E**AXXX
PTH
153E**AXXX
Voltage ³
230 / 208
230 / 208
230 / 208
230 / 208
BTU/h ⁵
6,800 / 6,800
8,300 / 8,100
10,900 / 10,500
13,500 / 13,300
Amps ¹⁰
3.5 / 3.5
4.1 / 4.1
5.6 / 5.6
7.0 / 7.0
Watts ¹⁰
605 / 605
735 / 720
1040 /1020
1365 / 1345
COP5
3.3 / 3.3
3.3 / 3.3
3.1 / 3.1
2.9 / 2.9
310
310
310
360
PTH
074E**AXXX
PTH
094E**AXXX
PTH
124E**AXXX
PTH
154E**AXXX
Voltage ³
265
265
265
265
BTU/h ⁵
6,800
8,200
11,000
13,500
Amps ¹⁰
3.0
3.6
4.8
6.0
Heating Capacity
CFM (Dry)
265/277 Volts
Heating Capacity
Watts ¹⁰
585
730
1040
1365
COP ⁵
3.4
3.3
3.1
2.9
CFM (Dry)
310
310
310
360
COP = Coefficiency of Performance; per ARI test procedures, units are rated for capacities and efficiencies.
Notes:
¹ All 265-volt models must use an Amana® brand sub-base (PTSB4**E) or an Amana® brand hard-wire kit (PTPWHWK4).
² Minimum Circuit Ampacity (MCA) ratings conform to the National Electric Code; however, local codes should apply.
³ Minimum voltage on 230/208-volt models is 197 volts; maximum is 253 volts.
Minimum voltage on 265-volt models is 238.5 volts; maximum is 291.5 volts.
⁴ Overcurrent protection for all units without electric heaters is 15 amps. Overcurrent protection on 265-volt models must be cartridge-style time-delay
fuses (included and factory-installed on all Amana® brand 265-volt chassis). See heater performance for total MCA.
⁵ Heating capacity and efficiency based on unit operation without condensate pump; unit automatically switches to electric heat
at approximately 24°F outdoor ambient.
⁶ Total watts for 12,000 and 15,000 BTU/h models; subtract 70 watts for PT07/09*E**A*
⁷ Specify two-digit heater kW size to complete model number.
⁸ Total amps for 12,000 and 15,000 BTU/h models; subtract 0.2 amps for PT07/09*E*A*.
⁹ R-410A refrigerant used in all systems.
¹⁰ All units meet or exceed ASHRAE 90.1 standards.
¹¹ All units less than 250 volts have a Leak Current Detector Interrupter (LCDI) power cord and meet UL 484 standards.
¹² Refer to electric heat performance data for total MCA and recommended overcurrent protection. Amps and Watts notation refers to compressor only.
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Contractor's Bid Sheet
Furnish and install air-cooled through-the-wall package terminal air conditioners amd heat pumps (assembled in the USA).
Units are rated in accordance with the ARI (Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Institute) Standards 310/380-93, CSA (Canadian
Standards Association) EEV certification programs and listed by U. L. (Underwriters Laboratories).
Ratings
Each unit must meet the following specifications:
ARI rating of _________BTUH cooling (and _________ BTUH
reverse cycle heating with a COP of _________ at 47° F O.D.)
Electric resistance heat of _________ BTUH. Total Amp draw
must be of ________ and _________ Watts at _________ volts.
The unit must remove a minimum of _________ pints of
moisture per hour when operated at rating conditions. The EER
must be a minimum of _________ EER.
Unit Chassis
Each unit must be slide out design shipped with room cabinet
front installed. Unit chassis must have the ability to be installed
with 0 clearance from finished floor. An electrical power cord
must be included with chassis and installed by the manufacturer
to assure proper NEMA 6 or 7 configuration and UL-approved
length. Units less than 250 volts must also have a LCDI power cord.
Unit must be tested for conformance to ASTME water infiltration
specification ASTME 331-86, which ensures no water infiltration
when tested at 8" rain per hour at 63 mph wind for 15 minutes.
Room Cabinet
The monochromatic front of the room cabinet must be able to
be field-secured to chassis to inhibit tampering. Filter must be
accessible without removing room front. Cabinet depth must
not exceed 7⅝” to minimize unit’s impact on room space.
Coils
Unit’s coils must have rifled copper tubing expanded into
rippled-edge louvered aluminum fins. Exterior coil must be of
a two-row bent coil design with removable shroud top to allow
easy-access for cleaning of the exterior coil.
Heat Pumps
Each unit must include a change-over thermistor that senses an
outside ambient switch-over temperature as low as 24°F, lockopen refrigerant reversing valve during heat pump operation,
temperature-activated defrost drain and automatic emergency
heat operation to override the heat pump’s change-over
thermostat and bring on electric resistance heaters in the event
of a sealed system failure. Unit must not operate compressor
and electric heaters simultaneously.
Compressor
Unit Digital Controls
The unit’s control must be completely wired and accessible from
the top of the chassis. Controls shall be a LED touch-pad design
with seven large, easy-to-read and use buttons: Heat – Cool –
Off – Fan – Temp+ (plus) – Temp- (minus) and two red sevensegment LED temperature displays. Unit shall have a green
status LED to advise owner of operational diagnostic messages.
Unit shall have one-button activation via membrane touch-pad.
Unit control board shall have an 18-pin low-voltage connector
to allow for easy connection to remote wired devices. Unit shall
have two serial-port connectors for easy connection to wired or
wireless EMS (Energy Management Systems).
Unit must have the ability to easily configure owner-selectable
and programmable functions:
• Fan-cycle operation
• Electronic temperature limiting for cooling
• Electronic temperature limiting for heating
• Enhanced dehumidification cooling operation
• Unoccupied 18-hour temperature set-back
• Un-rented temperature set-back
• Multiple unit twinning to one wired thermostat
• Load-shedding operation
• Front-desk on-off or temperature set-back
Unit must be able to connect to approved remote devices:
• Wired thermostat
• Wired door motion sensor
• Wired room motion sensor
• Wired room-to-room transfer fan
• Front Desk Control
• Future RF wireless communications devices
Unit must be able to acquire and display operational temperature
data from up to six installed thermistors to include:
• IAT—Indoor air temperature (black)
• ICT—Indoor coil temperature (red )
• IDT—Indoor discharge temperature (yellow)
• OCT—Outdoor coil temperature (blue) (heat pumps & Wireless cooler models)
• OAT— Outdoor Air Temperature (Wireless-ready models only)
• Orange—Miscellaneous thermistor or analog device (optional)
Evaporator/Condenser Fans
The compressor must be hermetically sealed, internally isolated,
rotary-type and permanently mounted on rubber isolators. No
removal or adjustment of compressor hold-down bolts is to be
required during installation.
Direct drive with a permanent, split-capacitor, two-speed indoor
motor. Condensate must be directed onto the back and sides of
the coil to aid in evaporation and removal.
Warranty
Must be a sloped surface so that obstructions cannot be placed
on the unit. Discharge conditioned air can be directed into the
room at an angle of 16 or 56 degrees from the vertical position.
The discharge grille must be of polycarbonate material to resist
bending, cracking, rusting and corrosion.
The warranty is for Full One Year on the entire unit; Full 2nd through
5th Year on the entire sealed refrigerant system components;
Limited Second through Fifth Year on functional parts only.
Air Discharge
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New installations typically require a minimum of WS900D wall sleeve and an outdoor grille.
Wall Sleeves (WS900E)
The wall sleeve must be industry-accepted dimensions:
14⅛” depth x 42” width x 16¹/₁₆” height and constructed of
G90 HDG galvanized steel with a baked corrosion-inhibiting
urethane primer and baked-polyester topcoat enamel.
Sleeve must be insulated and shipped with a weather
resistant rear closure panel installed.
Outdoor Grilles
Outdoor grille must be architecturally extruded, louvered
aluminum (AGK01*B), one-piece polymer-blend injection
molded louver (PGK01*B) or standard stamped aluminum
(SGK**B). All other grilles must be submitted to the PTAC
manufacturer for feasibility, airflow characteristics and
compliance with UL regulations, where necessary.
The optional accessories listed below perform specific functions required in some installations.
Condensate Drain Kit (DK900D)
Duct Kits (MDK01E, EDK02B, TDK02B, PTDK01E, DDK01E)
Subbase Kit (PTSB***E)
Hydronic Heat Kit
Attaches to the bottom of the wall sleeve for directionalcontrolled internal or external disposal of condensate,
defrost or rain water.
Necessary for UL listing requirements for 265V units (Hard
Wire Kit may be substituted for Subbase kit). Optional for
230/208V units. Must be pre-wired to facilitate field-electrical
connections and include an NEMA 6 or 7 configuration
electrical receptacle. It must have two leveling screws for
sleeve support and accurate unit leveling during installation.
Locations for field installation of physical disconnect
switches, cartridge-style fuse holders and circuit breakers
must be provided. Side-skirts must be provided with subbases. (PTSB000E Non-Electrical Subbase available.)
Three kits must be supplied to provide ducted, conditioned
air into a second room: a main duct kit, an extension duct kit
and a terminal duct kit.
Is required for heating functions instead of electric resistance
heaters. Unit must retain complete service access with the
kit installed. Proper water or steam valves must be used.
Condensate Removal Pump (Heat Pumps only)
Must be installed to assist in removing the condensate
developed by the heat pump operation and transfer it to the
indoor coil to dissipate into the room, adding humidity to
the room.
Circuit Breaker Kit
Power Vent & Damper
Must be provided to maximize ventilation air intake to up to
approximately 95 CFM. Power vent must be off and damper
door closed when unit fan is de-energized.
Must be installed in subbase to provide overcurrent
protection for proper 230/208V amperage. Can also be
used as a physical disconnect where local codes permit for
230/208 voltage.
Fuse Holder (included in 265V chassis)
Hard Wire Kit
Must be installed either in the unit or the subbase and must
match the electrical requirements of the chassis.
Security Key Locks (KL03E)
Must be installed to prevent tampering of the unit controls.
Unit room cabinet must also be secured to the chassis with
field supplied screws. UL-approved for institutional use only.
Disconnect Switch
Power disconnect switch must be installed in subbase for
use as a physical disconnect, where required by local codes.
Must be used to permanently wire chassis for hard wire
purposes. (For 265V units, Hard Wire Kit may be substituted
with Subbase Kit.)
Thermostats
A manufacturer-approved manual, auto changeover or
programmable traditionally wired thermostat must be
installed to provide full remote operation of the chassis. A
Remote Escutcheon Kit must be used to indicate remote
operation.
Amana® is a trademark of Maytag Corporation or its related companies and used under license to Goodman Company, L.P. All rights reserved. Our continuing
commitment to quality products may mean a change in specifications without notice. © 2013 • Goodman Company, L.P. • Houston, Texas • Printed in the USA.
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