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INSTALLATION, OPERATION & MAINTENANCE MANUAL
3-6 Ton
PREMIUM Q INSTALLATION MANUAL
Table of Contents
Model Nomenclature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
General Installation Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Closed Loop Ground Source Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Open Loop Ground Water Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Hot Water Generator Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Typical Buffer Tank Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Hydronic Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Electrical Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Electronic Thermostat Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Auxiliary Heat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Electrical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Blower Performance Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Dimensional Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Physical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Microprocessor Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Operation Logic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Wiring Schematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Unit Startup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Operating Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Pressure Drop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Compressor and Thermistor Resistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Heat of Extraction/Rejection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Correction Factor Tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Operating Limits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Startup and Troubleshooting Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Heating, Cooling, and Hot Water Cycle Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Preventative Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Replacement Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Service Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Revision Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
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PREMIUM Q INSTALLATION MANUAL
Model Nomenclature
1-2
3-5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14-15
16
QT
049
T
L
1
5
1
C
B
L
SS
*
Model
QT – Quad Two-Stage
Vintage
* - Factory Use Only
Unit Capacity (MBTUH)
038, 049, 064, 072
Non-Standard Options
SS – Standard
Discharge Air Configuration
T – Top Discharge (Vertical)
R – Rear Discharge (Vertical)
Cabinet Options
L – Blue Cabinet
Sound Kit
B – Blanket
Return Air Configuration
L – Left
R – Right
Water Coax Option
C – Copper
N – CuproNickel
Voltage
1 – 208-230/60/1
Blower Options
1 – Variable Speed ECM
2 – High Static Variable Speed ECM
(038 & 049)
Hot Water Generation Option
0 – No Hot Water Generator, No GeoStartTM
2 – Hot Water Generator without
Factory Installed Pump, No GeoStart
3 – No Hot Water Generator, GeoStart
5 – Hot Water Generator without
Factory Installed Pump, GeoStart
Rev.: 17 September 2013D
The factory installed Hot Water Option (hot water generator) does not include a factory mounted
circulating pump or temperature control. The DPK5 Kit (ordered separately) includes field installed
circulator, hot water tank adapter, temperature limit, and installation instructions.
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General Installation Information
Safety Considerations
Filter Rack Conversion
Installation and servicing of heating and air conditioning equipment
can be hazardous due to system pressure and electrical
components. Only trained and qualified service personnel should
install, repair or service heating and air conditioning equipment.
A 1 in. electrostatic filter is shipped with the heat pump. To field
convert the filter rack to use 2 in. filters, simply remove the
provided plastic push pins from the holes located in the filter rack.
There are holes on the top and bottom of the rack, that the push
pins must be removed from, for field conversion to 2 in. filters.
Untrained personnel can perform basic maintenance functions
of cleaning coils and cleaning and replacing filters. All other
operations should be performed by trained service personnel.
When working on air conditioning equipment, observe precautions
in the literature, tags and labels attached to the unit and other
safety precautions that may apply.
Setting Vertical Units
Prior to setting the unit in place, remove and discard the
compressor hold down shipping bolt located at the front of the
compressor mounting bracket.
Vertical Unit Mounting
Follow all safety codes. Wear safety glasses and work gloves.
Use quenching cloth for brazing operations. Have fire extinguisher
available for all brazing operations.
WARNING: Before performing service or maintenance
operations on the system, turn off main power switches
to the unit. Turn off accessory heater power switch
if applicable. Electrical shock could cause serious
personal injury.
Vibration
Absorbing
Mesh
Air Pad
Moving and Storage
Move units in the normal “Up” orientation. Vertical units are not
to be moved, but may be stored one upon another to a maximum
height of two units. When the equipment is received, all items
should be carefully checked against the bill of lading to be sure all
crates and cartons have been received. Examine units for shipping
damage, removing the units from the packaging if necessary. Units
in question should also be internally inspected. If any damage is
noted, the carrier should make the proper notation on the delivery
receipt, acknowledging the damage.
Vertical units are available in left or right hand return configuration.
Vertical units should be mounted level on a vibration absorbing
pad slightly larger than the base to provide isolation between the
unit and the floor. It is not necessary to anchor the unit to the floor
(See Vertical Unit Mounting illustration).
Duct System
An air outlet collar is provided on vertical top flow units to facilitate
a duct connection, which is shipped inside the unit. A flexible
connector is recommended for discharge and return air duct
connections on metal duct systems. Uninsulated duct should be
insulated with a minimum of 1 in. duct insulation. Application of
the unit to uninsulated ductwork in an unconditioned space is not
recommended as the unit’s performance will be adversely affected.
Unit Location
Locate the unit in an indoor area that allows 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 connection(s). If the
unit is located in a confined space, such as a closet, provisions
must be made for return air to freely enter the space by means
of a louvered door, etc. Care should be taken when units are
located in unconditioned spaces to prevent damage from
frozen water lines and excessive heat that could damage
electrical components.
If the unit is connected to existing ductwork, a previous check
should have been made to assure that the duct has the capacity
to handle the air required for the unit application. If ducting is
too small, as in the replacement of heating only systems, larger
ductwork should be installed. All existing ductwork should be
checked for leaks and repaired when necessary.
CAUTION: A minimum of 24 in. clearance should be
allowed for access to front access panel.
The duct system should be sized to handle the design airflow quietly. To maximize sound attenuation of the unit blower, the supply
and return plenums should include internal duct liner of glass fiber
or be of ductboard construction for the first few feet. If air noise or
excessive airflow is a problem, the blower speed can be changed.
See the Blower Performance and Blower Speed sections.
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PREMIUM Q INSTALLATION MANUAL
General Installation Information cont.
Swivel Connection
Water Piping
The proper water flow must be provided to each unit whenever the
unit operates. To assure proper flow, use pressure/temperature
ports to determine the flow rate. These ports should be located at
the supply and return water connections on the unit. The proper flow
rate cannot be accurately set without measuring the water pressure
drop through the refrigerant-to-water heat exchanger.
Stainless
Steel
Snap Ring
Gasket
Material
All source water connections are swivel piping fittings that accept a
1 in. Male Pipe Thread (MPT) (see Swivel Connection illustration).
The swivel pipe connector has a rubber gasket seal similar to a
garden hose gasket, which when mated to the flush end of 1 in.
threaded pipe provides a leak-free seal without the need for thread
sealing tape or compound. Check to ensure that the rubber seal is in
the swivel connector prior to attempting any connection. The rubber
seals are shipped attached to the water line.
To make the connection to a ground loop system, mate the brass
connector (supplied in CK4LI connector kit) against the rubber
gasket in the swivel connector, and thread the female locking ring
onto the pipe threads, while maintaining the brass connector in
the desired direction (see Swivel Connection illustration). Tighten
the connectors by hand and then gently snug the fitting with pliers
to provide a leak proof joint. When connecting to an open loop
(ground water) system, thread 1 in. MPT fitting (SCH80 PVC or
copper) into the swivel connector and tighten in the same manner
as noted above. The open and closed loop piping system must
include pressure/temperature taps for serviceability.
Locking
Ring
Gasket
Support
Sleeve
NOTE: Load side fittings are same type as source.
CAUTION: Water piping exposed to outside
temperature may be subject to freezing.
Never use flexible hoses smaller than 1 in. inside diameter on the
unit and limit hose length to 10 ft. per connection. Check carefully for
water leaks.
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PREMIUM Q INSTALLATION MANUAL
General Installation Information cont.
Water Quality
In areas with extremely hard water, the owner should be informed
that the heat exchanger may require occasional flushing.
In ground water situations where scaling could be heavy or where
biological growth such as iron bacteria will be present, a closed
loop system is recommended. The heat exchanger coils in ground
water systems may, over a period of time, lose heat exchange
capabilities due to a buildup of mineral deposits inside. These
can be cleaned, but only by a qualified service mechanic, as
special solutions and pumping equipment are required. Hot water
generator coils can likewise become scaled and possibly plugged.
Material
pH
Scaling
Acidity/Alkalinity
Calcium and
Magnesium Carbonate
Hydrogen Sulfide
Corrosion
Iron Fouling
(Biological Growth)
Sulfates
Chlorine
Chlorides
Carbon Dioxide
Ammonia
Ammonia Chloride
Ammonia Nitrate
Ammonia Hydroxide
Ammonia Sulfate
Total Dissolved Solids (TDS)
LSI Index
Iron, FE2+ (Ferrous)
Bacterial Iron Potential
Iron Oxide
Suspended Solids
Erosion
Units with cupronickel heat exchangers are recommended for
open loop applications due to the increased resistance to build-up
and corrosion, along with reduced wear caused by acid cleaning.
Failure to adhere to the guidelines in the water quality table could
result in loss of warranty.
Copper
7-9
(Total Hardness)
less than 350 ppm
Less than 0.5 ppm (rotten egg
smell appears at 0.5 ppm)
Less than 125 ppm
Less than 0.5 ppm
Less than 20 ppm
Less than 50 ppm
Less than 2 ppm
Less than 0.5 ppm
Less than 0.5 ppm
Less than 0.5 ppm
Less than 0.5 ppm
Less than 1000 ppm
+0.5 to -0.5
90/10 Cupronickel
7-9
(Total Hardness)
less than 350 ppm
10 - 50 ppm
Less than 1 ppm
Less than 125 ppm
Less than 0.5 ppm
Less than 125 ppm
10 - 50 ppm
Less than 2 ppm
Less than 0.5 ppm
Less than 0.5 ppm
Less than 0.5 ppm
Less than 0.5 ppm
1000 - 1500 ppm
+0.5 to -0.5
Less than 200 ppm
Less than 0.5 ppm
Less than 300 ppm
10 - 50 ppm
Less than 20 ppm
Less than 0.5 ppm
Less than 0.5 ppm
Less than 0.5 ppm
Less than 0.5 ppm
1000 - 1500 ppm
+0.5 to -0.5
< 0.2 ppm
< 0.2 ppm
< 0.2 ppm
Less than 1 ppm, above this level
deposition will occur
Less than 10 ppm and filtered for
max. of 600 micron size
Less than 1 ppm, above this level
deposition will occur
Less than 10 ppm and filtered for
max. of 600 micron size
Less than 1 ppm, above this level
deposition will occur
Less than 10 ppm and filtered for
max. of 600 micron size
< 6 ft/sec
< 6 ft/sec
< 6 ft/sec
Threshold Velocity
(Fresh Water)
NOTES: Grains = ppm divided by 17
mg/L is equivalent to ppm
316 Stainless Steel
7-9
(Total Hardness)
less than 350 ppm
2/22/12
Freeze Detection Limit (Water Flow)
Air Coil
Set the freeze detection limit switch SW2 #2 to “Loop” on the
printed circuit board for applications using a closed loop antifreeze
solution. On applications using an open loop/ground water system,
set to “Well” (the factory setting). If using closed loop and no
antifreeze solution leave in “Well” position (the factory setting).
To obtain maximum performance the air coil should be cleaned
before start up. A 10% solution of dishwasher detergent and water
is recommended for both sides of coil; a thorough water rinse
should follow.
Condensate Drain
The internal condensate drain assembly consists of a drain tube,
which is attached to the drain pan, a 3/4 in. PVC female adapter,
and a flexible connecting hose. The female adapter may exit either
the front or the side of the vertical cabinet. The adapter will be
glued to the field-installed PVC condensate piping. A condensate
hose is inside all cabinets as a trapping loop; therefore, an external
trap is not necessary.
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PREMIUM Q INSTALLATION MANUAL
Closed Loop Ground Source Systems
Once piping is completed between the unit, flow center and the
ground loop, final purging and charging of the loop is needed. A
flush cart (at least a 1.5 HP pump) is needed to achieve adequate
flow velocity in the loop to purge air and dirt particles from the
loop itself. Antifreeze solution is used in most areas to prevent
freezing. Flush the system adequately to remove as much air as
possible then pressurize the loop to a static pressure of 50-75
psi (winter) or 40-50 psi (summer). This is normally adequate for
good system operation. Loop static pressure will fluctuate with
the seasons. Pressures will be higher in the winter months than
during the cooling season. This fluctuation is normal and should be
considered when charging the system initially.
Multiple Units on One Flow Center
After pressurization, be sure to burp the pump. Open the screw
2 turns only in the end of the pump motor (if Grundfos® pumps
are used) to allow trapped air to be discharged and to ensure
the motor housing has been flooded. Ensure the loop flow center
provides adequate flow through the unit by checking pressure drop
across the heat exchanger (Refer to Pressure Drop table). Usually
2.5-3 gpm of flow per ton of cooling capacity is recommended in
earth loop applications. Refer to Wiring Schematics for loop pump
power wiring details.
Premium Q to Premium Q
or Premium G
Microprocessor Units
When two units are connected to one loop pumping system, pump
control is automatically achieved by connecting the slave terminals
on connector P2 in both units with 2-wire thermostat wire. These
terminals are polarity dependent (see below). The loop pump(s)
may be powered from either unit, whichever is more convenient. If
either unit calls, the loop pump(s) will automatically start.
Primary/Secondary Hook-up
Premium V to
Premium Q
Series Units
Premium Q Unit #1
Shut
Down
TO
LOOP
GeoLink
Flow
LPK
Center*
Auxiliary
Heater
Knockout
External
Pump
Power
Disconnects
(If Applicable)
* Refer to the
GeoLink Flow
Center installation
manual for complete
information
Connector Kits with Armaflex
Low
Voltage to
Thermostat
Drain
Unit Power
C
C
SL1 SL1
In Out
P/T Plugs
Vibration Absorbing Pad
8
Premium Q to
Electromechanical Units
Premium Q Unit #1
Shut
Down
Shut
Down
C
C
SL1 SL1
In Out
With pump
wired to
Unit 2
With pump
wired to
Unit 1
Premium Q or
Premium G Unit #2
Unit Supply
Flexible
Duct
Collar
SL1 SL1
In Out
With pump
wired to
Unit 2
Closed Loop: Ground Source Application
GeoLink
Polyethylene w/
Armaflex
C
With pump
wired to Unit 1
Shut
Down
Auxiliary
Heat Supply
C
Premium V Series
Unit #1
with AXB Board
SLI
SLO VS
IN C OUTC
C
C
SL1 SL1
In Out
C
S
Premium Q Unit #1
To Electromechanical Unit
PREMIUM Q INSTALLATION MANUAL
Open Loop Ground Water Systems
Typical open loop piping is shown in the Open System: Ground
Water Application. Always maintain water pressure in the heat
exchanger by placing water control valves at the outlet of the
unit to prevent mineral precipitation. Use a closed, bladder-type
expansion tank to minimize mineral formation due to air exposure.
Ensure proper water flow through the unit by checking pressure
drop across the heat exchanger and comparing it to the figures in
the pressure drop tables. Normally about 2 GPM flow rate per ton
of cooling capacity (1.5 GPM per ton minimum at 50° F) is needed
in open loop systems.
Discharge water from the unit is not contaminated in any manner
and can be disposed of in various ways such as recharge well,
storm sewer, drain field, adjacent stream or pond, etc. depending
on local building codes. Most local codes forbid the use of
sanitary sewer for disposal. Consult your local building and zoning
department to ensure compliance in your area.
Open Loop Solenoid Valve Connection Option
Typical quick operating external 24V water solenoid valve
(type PPV100 or BPV100) wiring.
C
Open Loop Solenoid Valve Connection Option
Typical slow operating external 24V water solenoid valve
(type V) wiring.
C
R
C
SV
Acc Com
W/Y
Acc NO
ABC Board
Premier
Board
Acc Com
1
Acc NC
2
NOTE: SW2-3 should be “ON” to cycle with the compressor.
Open System: Ground Water Application
Open Loop Solenoid Valve Connection Option
Typical slow operating external 24V water solenoid valve
(type VM) wiring.
Aux. Heat
Supply
Unit
Supply
Flexible Duct
Collar
Violet(2)
CC
VM valve
Auxiliary
Heater
Knockout
Rubber Bladder
Expansion Tank
CC
Blk(1)
CC-GND
Flow Control Valve
(on outlet of
Solenoid Valve)
Disconnects
(If Applicable)
Solenoid
Valve
CCHI
Water Out
Water In
Shut Off Valves
SV
Shut Off Valves
(to isolate solenoid
valve while acid flushing)
Unit
Power
Low Voltage
to Thermostat
and Valve
Strainer
Drain
P3
Acc NO
3
Microprocessor
Premier Board
Board
Solenoid
Valve
ACC NC
V Valve
P1
R
P/T Plugs
Boiler Drains
For HX Flushing
Vibration
Absorbing Pad
NOTES: For open loop ground water systems or systems that do not
contain and antifreeze solution, set SW2-#2 to the “Well” position.
9
High Speed
Premier
Logic
Board
Board
PREMIUM Q INSTALLATION MANUAL
Hot Water Generator Connections
To maximize the benefits of the hot water generator a minimum
50-gallon water heater is recommended. For higher demand
applications, use an 80-gallon water heater as shown below or
two 50-gallon water heaters connected in a series. Electric water
heaters are recommended. Make sure all local electrical and
plumbing codes are met for installing a hot water generator. The
unit is not supplied with an internal circulator. A DPK5 kit will need
to be purchased to connect to the hot water generator. The DPK5
kit is supplied with installation instructions, circulator, tank adaptor
and temperature limit switch. Be sure to burp the pump. Open
the screw 2 turns only in the end of the pump motor (if Grundfos®
pumps are used) to allow trapped air to be discharged and to
ensure the motor housing has been flooded. A water softener is
recommended with hard water (greater than 10 grains or 170 ppm
total hardness).
Note: The hot water generator coil is constructed of vented,
double-wall copper suitable for potable water.
Typical Buffer Tank Installation
Unit with Hydronic Storage Tank and Domestic Water
Heater Tank
Back Flow Preventer /
Pressure Reducing Valve
30 PSI
RELIEF VALVE
Pressure
Gauge
Air
Vent
LOAD PUMP
Air
Separator
Expansion
Tank
HOT
HYDRONIC
LOAD
COLD
Ý'RPHVWLF
Ý'RPHVWLF
Ball Valve
STORAGE
TANK
Ý&RQQHFWLRQV
Dielectric
Unions
*NOTE: A 30 PSI pressure relief valve (Part No: SRV30)
should be used in hydronic applications.
Ý
FPT
Ý
FPT
Dielectric
Unions
P/T Ports
Water-To-Water
Combination Unit
Standard 50 gal. water heater
for hot water generator
80 or 120 gal. Geothermal Storage Tank
for hydronic load
Hydronic Storage Tank Recommendations
Unit Model
Copper I.D. Pipe Size
(in)
Maximum Feet of Pipe
One Way
038
1.25
9
30’
10
80 U.S. Gals
049
1.25
12
30’
10
80 U.S. Gals
064
1.25
15
30’
10
120 U.S. Gals
072
1.50
18
30’
10
120 U.S. Gals
Flow Rates (GPM)
10
Total Number of
Elbows
Recommended
Storage Tank Size
PREMIUM Q INSTALLATION MANUAL
Hydronic Section
General guidelines are shown below for component selection
and design/installation criteria for the piping system. Local codes
supersede any recommendations in this manual.
Expansion tanks: Expansion tanks are required on hydronic
systems to help absorb the pressure swings as the temperature in
the system fluctuates.
Shut off/flow regulation valves: Use full port ball valves or gate
valves for component isolation. If valves are going to be used
frequently, ball valves are recommended. Globe valves are designed
for flow regulation. Always install globe valves in the correct direction
(fluid should enter through the lower body chamber).
Elbows/tees: Long radius elbows or two 45° elbows will lower
pressure drop. Standard tees have a greater restriction on the “T”
portion than tees designed with angled outlet ports.
Antifreeze: Antifreeze is required if any of the piping system is
located in areas subject to freezing.
Check valves: Swing check valves must be installed in the
horizontal position with the bonnet of the valve upright. Spring
check valves can be mounted in any position. A flow check valve
is required to prevent thermo-siphoning (or gravity flow) when
the circulator pump is off or when there are two circulators on the
same system.
Dielectric unions: Dielectric unions are recommended whenever
connecting two dissimilar metals to one and other to prevent
electro-galvanic corrosion.
When using the various types of hydronic heat distribution
systems, the temperature limits of the geothermal system must be
a major consideration. In new construction, the distribution system
can easily be designed with the temperature limits in mind. In
retrofits, care must be taken to address the operating temperature
limits of the existing distribution system. The maximum storage
tank temperature for the unit is 130°F (54.4°C). Typical in floor
radiant systems require much lower temperatures, typically 100°115°F, which is ideal for the unit.
Storage (Buffer) tank: A buffer tank is required for all hydronic
heating systems using combination heat pumps. The tank should
be sized to provide 2 gallons of storage capacity for every one
thousand btuh’s of nominal heat pump capacity.
Pressure relief valve: Most codes require the use of a pressure
relief valve if a closed loop heat source can be isolated by valves.
Even if local code does not require this device, the manufacturer
recommends its installation. If the pressure relief valve in the buffer
tank is not already rated at 30 psi (207 kPa) maximum pressure,
one must be installed. The pressure relief valve should be tested
at start up for operation. This valve can also be used during initial
filling of the system to purge air. Note that the waste pipe must
be at least the same diameter as the valve outlet (never reduce),
and valves may not be added to this pipe. The bottom of the pipe
must terminate at least 6” (15 cm) above the floor. If the piping is
connected to a drain, there must be an air gap.
Backflow prevention check valves: Most codes require
backflow prevention check valves. Note that a single check
valve is not equal to a backflow prevention check valve. Even
if local code does not require this device, the manufacturer
recommends its installation. This is particularly important if the
system will use antifreeze.
Pressure reducing valves or feed water valves: This valve
lowers the pressure from the make-up water line to the system.
Most are adjustable and directional. A “fast fill” valve is required
for initial filling of the system. Some have screens, which must
be cleaned after the initial filling. If there is a restriction in the
screen, the system could go to 0 psi (0 kPa), potentially causing
pumps(s) failure. A valve should be installed on each side of the
pressure reducing valve for servicing. Both valves should have
tags reading “Do not shut this valve under normal operation –
service valve only”.
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Hydronic Section cont.
The unit uses an external temperature sensor such as the
lower thermostat in a water heater storage tank to control the
tank temperature. The thermostat should be wired to the unit
P5 connector wires, P5-11 and P5-4 tan wires. When the tank
temperature drops below the thermostat setting the contacts in the
thermostat will close and initiate a signal to the unit to heat water.
Geothermal Storage Tank Thermostat
A storage tank must be used to store the heated water supplied by
the unit. It is not recommended to send heated water from the unit
directly to the hydronic zones since the unit also has the ability to
condition the space with forced air. There must be adequate storage
capacity in the storage tank to accommodate the hydronic load
while the unit is operating in forced air mode. The hydronic storage
tank should be sized to provide 2 gallons of storage capacity for
every one thousand Btuh’s of nominal heat pump capacity.
Thermostat
Adequate rate of flow (GPM) is very important to system performance
and long term reliability. Follow the guidelines for recommended flow
and pipe sizing in the unit recommendations table.
The unit must be wired to the thermostat screw terminals. The
yellow thermistor wires will not operate with the Premium Q as
they are used with the Premium H Series water-to-water.
Be sure to burp the pump. Open the screw 2 turns only in the
end of the pump motor (if Grundfos® pumps are used) to allow
trapped air to be discharged and to ensure the motor housing has
been flooded.
The red “courtesy” wires exit out of the top of the tank. The wires
must be connected to the tank thermostat and to P5 tan connector
wires, P5-11 and P5-4 on the main logic board.
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Electrical Connections
Unit Line Voltage 208-230/60/1
General
Be sure the available power is the same voltage and phase as that
shown on the unit serial plate. Line and low voltage wiring must be
done in accordance with local codes or the National Electric Code,
whichever is applicable.
Unit Power Connection
Line Voltage connection is made by connecting the incoming line
voltage wires to the “L” side of the contactor as shown. Consult the
Electrical Data table for correct fuse size.
External Loop Pump Power Connection
If the unit is to be used with an external loop pump (FC1 or FC2
flow center), the pump(s) will be connected to the terminals
on PB1 in the unit electrical box as shown. The pumps will
automatically be cycled as required by the unit or by a secondary
signal from another unit sharing the flow center. (Refer to the
Primary/Secondary Hook Up section.)
L1
L2
208 Volt Operation
All 208-230 volt units are factory wired for 230 volt operation.
For 208 volt operation, the red and the blue transformer wires
must be switched on terminal strip PS1. (Refer to the Wiring
Schematics section.)
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Electronic Thermostat Installation
Microprocessor Controller
Position the thermostat subbase against the wall so that it is level
and the thermostat wires protrude through the subbase. Mark the
position of the subbase mounting holes and drill holes with a 3/16
in. bit. Install anchors and secure base to the wall. Thermostat
wire must be 8 conductor 18 AWG wire. Strip the wires back 1/4 in.
(longer strip lengths may cause shorts) and insert the thermostat
wires into the unit connector as shown in the Thermostat Wiring
diagram. Tighten the screws to ensure good connections. The
thermostat has the same type of connectors, requiring the same
wiring. See instructions enclosed in the thermostat for detailed
installation and operation information.
Other Thermostats
The unit is compatible with virtually any 24VAC thermostat.
However, the multi-stage nature of this product requires a 3-stage
heating/2-stage cooling type thermostat.
NOTE: DIP switch SW2-8 is required to be in
the “OFF” position for the control to operate with
FaultFlash or ComforTalk thermostats. SW2-8 in the
“ON” position configures the control to operate with
typical thermostats (continuous lockout signal). There
must be a wire connecting Y2 on the microprocessor
controller to 2nd stage compressor on the thermostat
for proper operation.
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R
C
Y1
Y2
W
O
G
L
24VAC (Hot)
24VAC (Common)
Compressor (1st Stage)
Compressor (2nd Stage)
Aux. Heat
Reversing Valve
Blower Relay
System Monitor
Thermostat Connection
Thermostat Wiring
Installation
PREMIUM Q INSTALLATION MANUAL
Auxiliary Heat
Auxiliary Heat Electrical Data
Model
Supply
Circuit
208V
EAL(H)10
Single
EAL(H)15
EAL(H)20
Heater Amps
Min Circuit Amp
Max Fuse (USA)
Max Fuse (CAN)
Max CKT BRK
240V
208V
240V
208V
240V
208V
240V
208V
240V
34.7
40
53.3
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
Single
52.0
60
75
85
80
90
80
90
70
100
L1/L2
34.7
40
53.3
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
L3/L4
17.3
20
21.7
25
25
25
25
25
20
30
Single
69.3
80
96.7
110
100
110
100
110
100
100
L1/L2
34.7
40
53.3
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
L3/L4
34.7
40
43.3
50
45
50
45
50
40
50
All heaters rated single phase 60 cycle and include unit fan load
All fuses type “D” time delay (or HACR circuit breaker in USA)
Vertical rear discharge models use the horizontal (EALH) auxiliary heat kit
Auxiliary Heat Ratings
KW
BTU/HR
Compatibility
208V
230V
208V
230V
Min
CFM
038
049
064
072
EAL10
7.2
9.6
2
24,600
32,700
1100
•
•
•
•
EAL15
10.8
14.4
3
36,900
49,100
1250
•
•
•
•
EAL20
14.4
19.2
4
49,200
65,500
1500
•
•
•
Model
Stages
NOTES: High blower tap setting must be above the minimum CFM for the heater selected.
Rear discharge uses the horizontal auxiliary heat kits, EALH10, 15, or 20.
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Electrical Data
Model
Compressor
Rated
Voltage
Voltage
Min/Max
MCC
RLA
LRA
LRA**
Int
Pump
FLA
Ext
Loop
FLA
Blower
Motor
FLA
Total
Unit
FLA
Min
Circ
Amp
Max
Fuse/
HACR
038
208-230/60/1
187/254
23.8
15.2
83.0
30.0
1.07
5.4
4.0
25.7
29.5
40
038*
208-230/60/1
187/254
23.8
15.2
83.0
30.0
1.07
5.4
7.0
28.7
32.5
45
049
208-230/60/1
187/254
33.0
21.1
104.0
37.0
1.07
5.4
4.0
31.6
36.8
50
049*
208-230/60/1
187/254
33.0
21.1
104.0
37.0
1.07
5.4
7.0
34.6
39.9
60
064
208-230/60/1
187/254
42.3
27.1
152.9
54.0
1.07
5.4
7.0
40.5
47.3
70
072
208-230/60/1
187/254
46.3
29.6
179.2
63.0
1.07
5.4
7.0
43.1
50.5
Rated Voltage of 208-230/60/1.
HACR circuit breaker in USA only.
Local electrical codes overrule any wiring recommendations.
* With optional 1 HP ECM motor
**With optional GeoStart
Min/Max Voltage of 187/254.
All fuses Class RK-5.
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PREMIUM Q INSTALLATION MANUAL
Blower Performance Data
Model
Max
ESP
038
0.50
038
w/1hp*
0.75
049
0.50
049
w/1hp*
0.75
064
0.75
072
0.75
Air Flow Dip Switch Settings
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
650
750
850
1000
1100
1200
1300
1400
1500
1450
1550
L
800
1000
1100
M
H
800
900
1050
L
650
M
1300
1500
1600
1800
1150
1250
1350
900
M
1000
1200
L
800
950
800
950
1400
1600
M
H
1100
1300
1500
1100
1300
1500
L
1850
2000
1750
1950
2100
2300
1750
1950
2200
2300
2400
2100
2300
H
M
Factory settings are at recommended L-M-H DIP switch locations
M-H settings MUST be located within boldface CFM range
Lowest and Highest DIP switch settings are assumed to be
L and H respectively
12
H
1700
M
L
11
H
L
800
10
H
CFM is controlled within ±5% up to the maximum ESP
Max ESP includes allowance for wet coil and standard filter
AE
=\
A 12-position DIP switch package on the microprocessor control allows the airflow levels to be set for Low,
Medium and High speed when using the variable speed ECM blower motor.
Only three of the DIP switches can be in the “On” position. The first “On” switch (the lowest position
number) determines the “Low Speed Blower” setting. The second “On” switch determines the “Medium
Speed Blower” setting, and the third “On” switch determines the “High Speed Blower” setting.
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The example to the right shows SW1 on the microprocessor control board configured for the
following Model 049 airflow settings:
Low Speed Blower: 800 CFM
Medium Speed Blower: 1350 CFM
High Speed Blower: 1550 CFM
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PREMIUM Q INSTALLATION MANUAL
Dimensional Data
TOP
Topflow Discharge
R
TOP
S
S
N
T
LEFT RETURN
P
P
N
O
T
Q
Q
Y
RIGHT RETURN
Y
W
X
X
W
V
V
U
U
C
C
K
M
G
L
L
D
B
Vertical
Topflow
Model
H
G
M
J
K
D
F
F
LEFT
I
E
E
J
A
A
FRONT
FRONT
Overall Cabinet
B
RIGHT
Electrical Connections
Water Connections
A
Width
B
Depth
C
Height
D
Loop In
E
F
G
Hydronic Hydronic
Loop Out
Out
In
H
I
HWG In HWG Out
J
Condensate
Loop
Water
FPT
Hydronic
Water
FPT
HWG
FPT
K
L
M
1/2” cond 1/2” cond 3/4” cond
Low
Voltage
Ext Pump
Power
Supply
038
in.
cm.
25.6
65.0
31.6
80.3
50.4
128.0
7.3
18.5
18.9
48.0
2.3
5.8
15.9
40.4
13.6
34.5
16.6
42.2
10.6
26.9
1” Swivel 1” Swivel 1” Swivel
14.4
36.6
9.9
25.1
12.4
31.5
049
in.
cm.
25.6
65.0
31.6
80.3
54.4
138.2
7.3
18.5
18.9
48.0
2.3
5.8
15.9
40.4
15.9
40.4
18.9
48.0
10.6
26.9
1” Swivel 1” Swivel 1” Swivel
14.4
36.6
9.9
25.1
12.4
31.5
064
in.
cm.
25.6
65.0
31.6
80.3
58.4
148.3
7.3
18.5
18.9
48.0
2.3
5.8
15.9
40.4
15.9
40.4
18.9
48.0
10.6
26.9
1” Swivel 1” Swivel 1” Swivel
14.4
36.6
9.9
25.1
12.4
31.5
072
in.
cm.
25.6
65.0
31.6
80.3
58.4
148.3
7.3
18.5
18.9
48.0
2.3
5.8
15.9
40.4
15.9
40.4
18.9
48.0
10.6
26.9
1” Swivel 1” Swivel 1” Swivel
14.4
36.6
9.9
25.1
12.4
31.5
N
Discharge Connection
duct flange installed (±0.10 in)
P
Q
O
Supply
Supply
Width
Depth
R
S
Return Connection
using standardd deluxe filter rack (±0.10 in)
T
U
Return
Return
V
Depth
Height
Misc
W
X
Y
6.9
17.5
1.1
2.8
18.0
45.7
18.0
45.7
3.8
9.7
1.7
4.3
28.1
71.4
26.0
66.0
2.2
5.6
28.7
72.9
1.0
2.5
2.1
5.3
6.9
17.5
1.1
2.8
18.0
45.7
18.0
45.7
3.8
9.7
1.7
4.3
28.1
71.4
30.0
76.2
2.2
5.6
28.7
72.9
1.0
2.5
2.1
5.3
6.9
17.5
1.1
2.8
18.0
45.7
18.0
45.7
3.8
9.7
1.7
4.3
28.1
71.4
34.0
86.4
2.2
5.6
28.7
72.9
1.0
2.5
2.1
5.3
6.9
17.5
1.1
2.8
18.0
45.7
18.0
45.7
3.8
9.7
1.7
4.3
28.1
71.4
34.0
86.4
2.2
5.6
28.7
72.9
1.0
2.5
2.1
5.3
10/16/13
Condensate is 3/4 in. PVC female glue socket and is switchable from side to front
Unit shipped with deluxe 1 in. (field adjustable to 2 in.) duct collar/filter rack extending from unit 3.25 in. and is suitable for duct connection.
Discharge flange is field installed and extends 1 in. [25.4 mm] from cabinet
Decorative molding and water connections extend 1.2 in. [30.5 mm] beyond front of cabinet.
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Dimensional Data cont.
Rear Discharge
FRONT
LEFT RETURN
G
K
M
E
RIGHT RETURN
J
L
D
F
A
REAR
REAR
LEFT SIDE
W
P
S
O
RIGHT SIDE
W
T
T
V
V
R
S
V
Q
Q
U
X
X
U
P
C
N
C
C
C
N
Y
Y
I
H
H
Overall Cabinet
Vertical
Backflow
Model
A
B
B
A
I
Electrical Connections
Water Connections
A
Width
B
Depth
C
Height
D
Loop In
E
F
G
Hydronic Hydronic
Loop Out
Out
In
H
I
HWG In HWG Out
J
Condensate
Loop
Water
FPT
Hydronic
Water
FPT
HWG
FPT
K
L
M
1/2” cond 1/2” cond 3/4” cond
Low
Power
Ext Pump
Voltage
Supply
049
in.
cm.
25.6
65.0
31.6
80.3
54.4
138.2
7.3
18.5
18.9
48.0
2.3
5.8
15.9
40.4
15.9
40.4
18.9
48.0
10.6
26.9
1” Swivel 1” Swivel 1” Swivel
14.4
36.6
9.9
25.1
12.4
31.5
064
in.
cm.
25.6
65.0
31.6
80.3
58.4
148.3
7.3
18.5
18.9
48.0
2.3
5.8
15.9
40.4
15.9
40.4
18.9
48.0
10.6
26.9
1” Swivel 1” Swivel 1” Swivel
14.4
36.6
9.9
25.1
12.4
31.5
072
in.
cm.
25.6
65.0
31.6
80.3
58.4
148.3
7.3
18.5
18.9
48.0
2.3
5.8
15.9
40.4
15.9
40.4
18.9
48.0
10.6
26.9
1” Swivel 1” Swivel 1” Swivel
14.4
36.6
9.9
25.1
12.4
31.5
N
Discharge Connection
duct flange installed (±0.10 in)
P
Q
O
Supply
Supply
Width
Depth
R
S
Return Connection
using std deluxe filter rack (±0.10 in)
T
U
Return
Return
V
Depth
Height
Misc
W
X
Y
39.4
100.1
9.1
23.1
13.3
33.8
13.6
34.5
8.1
20.6
1.7
4.3
28.1
71.4
30.0
76.2
2.2
5.6
28.7
72.9
1.0
2.5
2.1
5.3
43.4
110.2
9.1
23.1
13.3
33.8
13.6
34.5
8.1
20.6
1.7
4.3
28.1
71.4
34.0
86.4
2.2
5.6
28.7
72.9
1.0
2.5
2.1
5.3
43.4
110.2
9.1
23.1
13.3
33.8
13.6
34.5
8.1
20.6
1.7
4.3
28.1
71.4
34.0
86.4
2.2
5.6
28.7
72.9
1.0
2.5
2.1
5.3
10/16/2013
Condensate is 3/4 in. PVC female glue socket and is switchable from side to front
Unit shipped with deluxe 1 in. (field adjustable to 2 in.) duct collar/filter rack extending from unit 3.25 in. and is suitable for duct connection.
Discharge flange is field installed and extends 1 in. [25.4 mm] from cabinet
Decorative molding and water connections extend 1.2 in. [30.5 mm] beyond front of cabinet.
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Physical Data
Model
038
049
Compressor (1 each)
064
072
Copeland Scroll
Factory Charge R410a, oz [kg]
94 [2.66]
107 [3.03]
132 [3.74]
132 [3.74]
ECM Fan Motor & Blower
Fan Motor Type/Speeds
Variable Speed ECM
Fan Motor- hp [W]
1/2
1 [746]
1 [746]
Blower Wheel Size (Dia x W), in. [mm]
11 x 10
[279 x 254]
[373]
1/2
11 x 10
[279 x 254]
[373]
11 x 10
[279 x 254]
11 x 10
[279 x 254]
Loop Water Connections Size - Swivel - in [mm]
1” [25.4]
1” [25.4]
1” [25.4]
1” [25.4]
Hydronic Water Connections Size - Swivel - in [mm]
1” [25.4]
1” [25.4]
1” [25.4]
1” [25.4]
HWG Connection Size - Swivel - in [mm]
1” [25.4]
1” [25.4]
1” [25.4]
1” [25.4]
Coax & Piping Water Volume - gal [l]
1.3 [4.9]
1.6 [6.1]
1.6 [6.1]
1.6 [6.1]
Air Coil Dimensions (H x W), in. [mm]
28 x 25
[711 x 635]
32 x 25
[813 x 635]
36 x 25
[914 x 635]
36 x 25
[914 x 635]
Air Coil Total Face Area, ft2 [m2]
4.9 [0.451]
5.6 [0.570]
6.3 [0.641]
6.3 [0.641]
3/8 [9.5]
3/8 [9.5]
3/8 [9.5]
3/8 [9.5]
3
3
4
4
28 x 30
[712 x 762]
32 x 30
[813 x 762]
36 x 30
[914 x 762]
36 x 30
[914 x 762]
Weight - Operating, lb [kg]
425
530
540
540
Weight - Packaged, lb [kg]
445
550
560
560
Coax and Water Piping
Vertical
Air Coil Tube Size, in [mm]
Air Coil Number of rows
Filter Standard - 1” [25.4mm] Electrostatic Filter, in [mm]
9/24/13
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Microprocessor Control
Startup
Fault Retry
The unit will not operate until all the inputs and safety controls are
checked for normal conditions. At first power-up, a four minute
delay is employed before the compressor is energized.
All faults (except for low RPM faults with the ECM blower motor)
are retried twice before finally locking the unit out. An output signal
is made available for a fault LED at the thermostat. The “fault retry”
feature is designed to prevent nuisance service calls.
Component Sequencing Delays
Diagnostics
Components are sequenced and delayed for optimum space
conditioning performance.
The control board allows all inputs and outputs to be displayed on
the LEDs for fast and simple control board diagnosis. (Refer to Dip
Switch description).
Accessory Relay
The accessory relay will be used to control a refrigerant solenoid
valve. The accessory relay will turn on when the control is
operating in forced air heating, forced air cooling and when there is
no active thermostat input. The relay will be off when operating in
hot water mode.
Resistance Heat Control (208-230 Units)
The electric heat control module contains the appropriate highvoltage control relays. Control signals energize the relays in the
proper sequence, and the LED display board indicates which stages
are energized.
Loop Pump Slaving Signals
GeoStart
A signal between multiple Premier control boards at the inputs and
outputs (SL1-In and Out) will provide for remote control of the loop
pump on any unit.
Some models shall be equipped with an optional GeoStart. GeoStart
is a single-phase soft starter which reduces the normal start current
(LRA) by 60%. This allows the heat pump to more easily go “offgrid.” Using GeoStart will also provide a substantial reduction in light
flicker, reduce startup noise, and improve the compressor’s start
behavior. The GeoStart is self-callibrating and may take several
starts to optimize the compressor start behavior.
Condensate Overflow Protection
The control board incorporates an impedance sensing liquid sensor
at the top of the drain pan. Upon a continuous 30-second sensing
of the condensate, compressor operation is suspended (see Fault
Retry), and the condensate overflow lockout LED begins flashing.
Features:
• Automatic adjustment of the compressor starting current to
the available supply voltage —maintaining constant starting
torque and current.
• Supply line impedance monitoring and compensation.
• Automatic compensation for residual backpressure in
the system.
• Monitoring of supply voltage while compressor is running to
prevent motor stalling, causing excessive currents, under low
voltage conditions.
• Light flicker reductions of up to 10:1 over LRA under the
same conditions.
Shutdown Mode
A 24VAC Common signal to the “shutdown” input on the control
board puts the unit into shutdown mode. Compressor, hot water
pump, and blower operation are suspended.
Short Cycle Protection
The control employs a minimum “off” time of four minutes and a
minimum “on” time of two minutes for short cycle protection of
the compressor.
Safety Controls
ECM Airflow Selection DIP Switches (SW1)
The control receives separate signals for a high pressure switch for
safety, a low pressure switch to prevent loss of charge damage, and
a low suction temperature thermistor for freeze detection limit. Upon
a continuous 30-second measurement of the fault (immediate for
high pressure), compressor operation is suspended, the appropriate
lockout LED begins flashing. (Refer to the "Fault Retry" section.)
A 12-position DIP switch package on the Premier control allows
the airflow levels to be set for low, medium and high speed
when using the variable speed ECM blower motor (see Blower
Performance table).
Testing
The control allows service personnel to shorten most timing delays for
faster diagnostics (Refer to Dip Switch description).
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Microprocessor Control cont.
Heating Operation
Hot Water Operation
Heat, 1st Stage (Y1)
After a hot water input is received, the diverting valve, loop
pump and load water pump are turned on. Five seconds after
hot water input is received the compressor is activated in second
stage. Hydronic Mode Operation with Hydronic Priority Setting:
If the control receives a demand to heat the space (Y1) from the
thermostat during water heating mode operation, the control will
engage the first stage auxiliary heat output. The second stage will
be energized at five (5) minutes, following the first stage. The third
and fourth stages of auxiliary heat will not operate during this mode.
The blower motor is started on low speed immediately, the loop
pump is energized 5 seconds after the “Y1” input is received, and
the compressor is energized on low capacity 10 seconds after
the “Y1” input. The ECM blower is switched to medium speed 15
seconds after “Y1” input.
Heat, 2nd Stage (Y1,Y2) Dual Capacity Units
The second stage compressor will be activated 5 seconds after
receiving a “Y2” input as long as the minimum first stage compressor
run time of 1 minute has expired. The ECM blower changes from
medium to high speed 15 seconds after the “Y2” input.
Blower (G Only)
The blower starts on low speed. Regardless of blower input (G) from
thermostat, the blower will remain on low speed for 30 seconds at
the end of each heating, cooling or emergency heat cycle.
Heat, 3rd Stage (Y1,Y2,W) Dual Capacity Units
The 1st stage of resistance heat is energized 10 seconds after “W”
input, and with continuous 3rd stage demand, the second stage of
resistance heat will engage after 5 minutes.
Lockout Conditions
During lockout mode the appropriate unit and thermostat lockout
LEDs will illuminate. The compressor, loop pump, load water pump
and accessory outputs are de-energized. Unless the lockout is
caused by an ECM low RPM fault, the blower will continue to run
on low speed, and if the thermostat calls for heating 3rd stage,
emergency heat operation will occur.
Emergency Heat (W Only)
Low speed blower and damper output CR3 will be energized
immediately after receiving (W only). The first stage auxiliary heater
will be energized 10 seconds upon receiving a (W only) and the
blower will shift to high speed 15 seconds after receiving a “W” only
input. If the “W” input is not removed, the second, third, and fourth
auxiliary heat outputs will stage on, one at a time, every two minutes.
Lockout modes can be reset at the thermostat after a five-second
waiting period, which restores normal operation but keeps the unit
lockout LED illuminated. Interruption of power to the unit will reset a
lockout without a waiting period and clear all lockout LEDs.
Cooling Operation
Cool, 1st Stage (Y1,O)
The blower is started immediately, and the loop pump(s) is
energized 5 seconds after the “Y1” input is received. The
compressor will be energized on low capacity 10 seconds after the
“Y1” input. The ECM blower will shift from low to medium speed 15
seconds after the “Y1” input.
High Pressure
This lockout mode occurs when the normally closed safety switch is
opened momentarily. >600 PSI
Low Pressure
This lockout mode occurs when the normally closed switch is
opened for 30 continuous seconds. <40 PSI
Cool, 2nd Stage (Y1, Y2, O) Dual Capacity Units
The second stage compressor will be activated 5 seconds after
receiving a “Y2” input as long as the minimum first stage compressor
run time of 1 minute has expired. The ECM blower changes to high
speed 15 seconds after the “Y2” input.
Freeze Detection Limit (Water Flow)
This lockout mode occurs when the low source water thermistor
temperature is at or below the selected point (well 30°F or loop
15°F) for 30 continuous seconds.
Hydronic Cooling Slave Signal (24 vac input on
P6-pin 15 violet wire)
ECM Blower RPM
The Premier control board must be operating in cooling mode (Y1
and O inputs) or the cooling slave signal is ignored. When “Y1”,
and “O” inputs have been received and a cooling slave input from
heating/cooling thermostat located in a hydronic heated/force air
cooled zone are received the control will activate CR3 relay to
open damper(s) which will allow for cooling to occur in zone. When
cooling slave input (24VAC) signal is removed the control will turn
off the CR3 relay output, if spring damper operation is selected, or
activate, the CR4 output if POPC damper operation is selected.
This will close field installed damper(s) located in ductwork. NOTE:
The control will not operate in forced air cooling and hydronic
water heating modes simultaneously.
The control board monitors blower RPM to sense if the blower is
not operating. This lockout mode occurs if the blower RPM falls
below the low RPM limit (100 RPM) for 30 continuous seconds.
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Microprocessor Control cont.
SW3 (4 and 5 Override Selection DIP Switches)
Hydronic Operation
These DIP switches configure the time that the unit will run in
the current mode of operation if it is not the priority mode (SW2
#3 FAH/Hydronics) of operation selected. Example: If the unit is
operating in hydronic mode, forced air heat (SW2 #3 is OFF) is the
priority. A Y1 call from the FAH zone is present at the MCB. When
SW3 numbers 4 and 5 are both in the ON position, the unit will
operate in the hydronic mode for five minutes. If the hydronic call
is not satisfied within the five minutes, the unit will switch to FAH
mode. When FAH is satisfied, the unit will switch back to hydronic.
(See Override Selection DIP Switches table.)
SW4 (Status Board Switch)
R
Status LED PCB
17P503A01 Rev A
In the OFF position, the hydronic mode is disabled
and the damper connected to CR3/CR4 is opened.
The switch must be in the ON position to enable
the hydronic mode. NOTE: If the status board is not
connected to the main control board, the hydronic
mode is disabled.
R
R
R
R
G
Y
R
SW4
ComforTalk and FaultFlash Thermostats
When the heat pump microprocessor control is configured for
ComforTalk or FaultFlash (SW2-8 ‘off’) thermostats the thermostats
will flash or display alert codes when a lockout condition is present.
SW2-8 in the ‘on’ position configures the control to operate with
typical thermostats (continuous lockout signal).
The tables below show the codes that will be displayed on the
different ComforTalk and FaultFlash thermostats.
FaultFlash Thermostats
Thermostat Display Lockout Code
ComforTalk Thermostats
Lockout Description
Thermostat Display Lockout Code
2 Flashes
High Pressure Fault
"High Pressure" or "E2"
3 Flashes
Low Pressure Fault
"Low Pressure" or "E3"
4 Flashes
Not Applicable
5 Flashes
Water Flow Fault
6 Flashes
Not Applicable
7 Flashes
Condensate Fault
8 Flashes
Voltage Out of Range
9 Flashes
RPM Fault
"E4"
"Water Flow" or "E5"
"E6"
"Condensate" or "E7"
"Voltage Range" or "E8"
"RPM" or "E9"
Lockout Description
High Pressure Fault
Low Pressure Fault
Not Applicable
Water Flow Fault
Not Applicable
Condensate Fault
Voltage Out of Range
RPM Fault
These thermostats can be configured to display the lockout condition “text” or
error number.
* A slow flash of 1 second on and off means the heat pump microprocessor
SW2-1 is configured for “Test Mode”.
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Microprocessor Control cont.
Airflow Selection DIP Switches (SW1)
See Blower Performance Data section.
Factory Setup DIP Switches (SW2)
DIP Switch
Number
Description
OFF Position
ON Position
Test Mode
Normal Speed
Operation
Low Loop Water
Temperature Sensing
Set at 15°F
Low Well Water
Temperature Sensing
Set at 30°F
SW2-
1
Service Test Mode
Allows field selection of “NORMAL” or “TEST” operational modes. Test mode accelerates most timing
functions 16 times to allow faster troubleshooting. Test mode also allows viewing the “CURRENT”
status of the fault inputs on the LED display.
SW2-
2
Freeze Detection Limit
Allows field selection of freeze detection thermistor fault sensing for well water (30°F) or antifreeze
protected (15°F) earth loops.
SW2-
3
Forced Air Heating/Hydronic Heating
This switch allows field selection of “Heating Forced Air Priority” or “Hydronic Priority”.
Forced Air Heating
Priority
Hydronic Heating
Priority
SW2-
4
Forced Air Cooling/Hydronic Heating
This switch allows field selection of “Cooling Forced Air Priority” or “Hydronic Priority”.
Forced Air Cooling
Priority
Hydronic Heating
Priority
SW2-
5
Not Used
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
SW2-
6
Diagnostics Inputs
Allows viewing the inputs from the thermostat to the control board such as Y1, Y2, O, G, W, HW, SL1In, on the LED display..
Inputs
Normal
SW2-
7
Diagnostics Outputs
Allows viewing the outputs from the control board such as compressor, diverting valve, reversing
valve, blower, hot water pump and loop pump on the LED display.
Outputs
Normal
SW2-
8
Thermostat Selection
Configures the control for a pulsed lockout signal (ComforTalk and FaultFlash thermostats) or
continuous lockout signal (standard thermostat).
Pulse “L” Signal
Continuous “L” Signal
OFF Position
ON Position
Dual Capacity
Operation
Single Speed
Operation
Power Open, Power
Close
Power Open, Spring
Close
PSC Blower/RPM
Monitoring Disable
ECM Blower/RPM
Enabled
Factory Setup DIP Switches (SW3)
DIP Switch
Number
Description
SW3-
1
Dual Capacity/Single Speed
Configures the control for single speed compressor operation or dual capacity operation.
SW3-
2
POPC/Spring
This switch allows field selection of “Power Open, Power Closed” dampers or “Power Open, Spring
Close” dampers.
SW3-
3
No RPM/RPM
Configures the control to monitor the RPM output of an ECM blower motor. When using Intellizone or
a PSC motor, the control should be configured for “NO RPM” sensing.
SW3-
4
Override Time
Configures the control override timings when switching from forced air mode to hydronic mode or
vice versa.
See Override
Selection table below
for timings
See Override
Selection table below
for timings
SW3-
5
Override Time
Configures the control override timings when switching from forced air mode to hydronic mode or
vice versa.
See Override
Selection table below
for timings
See Override
Selection table below
for timings
OFF Position
ON Position
Hydronic Heating
Disabled
Hydronic Heating
Enabled
LED Status Board DIP Switches (SW4)
DIP Switch
Number
SW4-
1
Description
Hydronic Mode
Enables and disables hydronic heating mode.
Override Selection DIP Switches
Override Time
SW3-4
SW3-5
5 minutes
On
On
10 minutes
Off
On
30 minutes
On
Off
60 minutes
Off
Off
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Operation Logic
Heating
Compressor
Cooling
STG1
STG2
STG3
EMERG
STG1
STG2
On
On
On
Off
On
On
Hot Water Mode
Stg 2 On
Reversing Valve
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
Off
Loop Pump
On
On
On
Off
On
On
On
Load Pump
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
Aux Heater
Off
Off
Staged
Staged
Off
Off
Off
Acc Relay
On
On
On
Off
On
On
Off
Diverting Valve
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
ECM Speed
On
On
On
On
On
On
Off
T-Stat Signal
Y1
Y1, Y2
Y1, Y2, W
W
Y1, O
Y1, Y2, O
HW
Damper
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
Auxiliary 1 - Out
On
On
On
Off
On
On
On
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Wiring Schematics
208-230/60/1 ECM
Compressor
S
C
R
Blue
T2 T1
Tan(16)
Cap
CC
L2
HWL
L1
NOTE 3
Unit Power
208-230/60/1
Ext Pump
1/2 hp Total
208-230/60/1
D
Orange
G
A
1
Yellow(8)
Black
Green(18)
G
NOTE 2
Com
Blue
240V
PO
240V L2
240V L2
Fused L2
Fused L2
1
Acc Com
COM
CR1
NO
COM
CR2
NC
CR3
NO
COM
Blue
NC
Yel(19)
C
CC-GND
Violet(2)
C
2
Y1
3
Y2
4
W
5
O
6
G
7
LO
Premier 2
Microprocessor
Logic Control
(DC Voltage)
8
P2
Shut
Down
1
C
2
C
3
4
SL1 Out
5
Not
6
Used
7
1
2
3
8
Not Used
13
Black
7
Violet
4
Yellow
5
Blue
14
Gray
12
Brown
6
Not Used
16
Not Used
CO
10
Orange
9
Blue
2
Pink
1
White
3
Tan
Red
15
P5
11
NOTE 5
SW1 On
SW2
SW3
On
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Test / Norm
Loop / Well
FAH / Hydronic
FAC / Hydronic
Not Used
Inputs / Norm
Outputs / Norm
Pulse L / Constant L
(See Note 6)
On
4
1 Two Speed / Single
2 POPC / Spring
3 No RPM / RPM
4 Over-Ride Time
5 Over-Ride Time
HW
Tan
Tan
9
Orange
2
Orange
10
Brown
3
Brown
RV
1
12
Yellow
5
Yellow
T
LP
Blue
6
7
Black
14
Black
HP
R
Inputs
Current Fault Status
#6 Off, #7 On
Outputs
Over-ride time SW3-4 SW3-5
#6 Off, #7 Off
5 minutes
On
On
15 minutes
Off
On
30 minutes
On
Off
60 minutes
Off
Off
Field Selection Dips - #1 On, #6 On, #7 On
#1 Off, #6 On, #7 On
Drain
Drain pan overflow lockout
Drain pan overflow
Y1
Compressor
Blower low
G
Water Flow
WCL thermister (loop<15°F, well<30°F) Lockout
WCL thermister (loop<15°F, well<30°F)
Y2
Not used
Blower med
High Press
High pressure lockout
High pressure
O
RV
Blower hi
Low Press
Low pressure lockout
Low pressure
G
FAN
Aux heat #1
Air Flow
ECM2 RPM < 100 rpm lockout
ECM2 RPM < 100 rpm
W
HW pump
Aux heat #2
Status
Hydronic
Hi Limit
Microprocessor malfunction
Not used
SL1
Loop pump
Aux heat #3
Not used
Not used
HW
DV
Aux heat #4
Hydronic Off
Hot-water disable
HW off
HW off
HW off
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#6 On, #7 Off
Outputs2
R
R
SW4
Over-Ride Selection
Diagnostic Modes
Normal Display Mode
WCL
Blue
13
P4
LED
Hydronic
Thermostat
(Note 7)
DV
8
R
Y
Hydronic Cooling Slave Signal - 24VAC Input
Violet
R
R
15 16 10 8
A
11
SL1 In
Status LED PCB
17P503A01 Rev A
Gre/Yel(12)
3
Blk(24)
Blk(20)
P6
CC
1
P11
Blk/Wh
PS2
D
C
Black(1)
5
ECM
Fan Motor
Yellow
R
Yellow(21)
CCHI
P1
R
4
Blk(23)
Blue
CC
3
SV
Acc NO
COM
CR4
Yellow(7)
White(22)
Acc NC
F1-10A 240V
NO
2
24V
P3
F1-10A 240V
NO
Transformer
240V L1
Blue(17)
CS
Grn
Brown(15)
PWM
Blue(13)
NOTE 1
PC
RPM grnd
Damper
Red
208V
Orange(14)
RPM
Load
Pump
C2
G
On/Off
1
RCP
Brown
C
Gry/Wh(10)
Gray(9)
Pump
PS1
Blk/Wh(11)
PB1
2
2
Pump
Black
Red
HW off
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PREMIUM Q INSTALLATION MANUAL
Wiring Schematics cont.
208-230/60/1 ECM cont.
Desuperheater
Option
Auxiliary Electric Heat Power
DHW
Pump
Blue
Blue
F1
208-230/60/1
208-230/60/1
Circuit 2
Circuit 1
NOTE 4
Pink
Blue
G
L2
L1
L2
L1
G
F1
P9
Grn
Blue
4
Blue
3
Brn
1
Brn
Or
2
Or
Blue
Violet
Pink
Yellow
Grn
Black
Gray
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
PB2
Or
Pink
Brn
Grn
1
2
3
4
5
Blk
Yel
ER1
Gray
NO
P11
Gray
ER2
ECM
Fan Motor
HE1
Gray
NO
TS1
Blk
Black
RPM grnd
PWM
15 16 10 8
RPM
C2
On/Off
3
Yellow
ER3
HE2
TS2
Yel
Pink
HE3
NO
TS3
Pink
P12
ER4
P2
1
2
3
4
5
6
TS4
NO
1
P10
HE4
EA Series PCB
17P514A01
P10
1
Orange
2
Blue
3
Pink
4
White
5
Tan
6
Red
Operation Logic Data
Legend
Breaker
Factory Low voltage wiring
Factory Line voltage wiring
Field low voltage wiring
Field line voltage wiring
Optional block
DC Voltage PCB traces
Internal junction
Quick connect terminal
Thermistor
T
Light emitting diode - Green
G
Relay coil
Capacitor w/ bleed resistor
Switch - Condensate overflow
Wire nut
Switch - High pressure
L1
With optional auxiliary electric heat
Typical schematic shown
Operation
Logic Table
Compressor
Reversing Valve
Loop Pump
Load Pump
Aux Heater
Acc Relay
Diverting Valve
ECM Speed
T-Stat Signal
Damper
Auxiliary 1 - Out
STG1
On
Off
On
Off
Off
On
Off
On
Y1
Off
On
Heating
STG2
STG3
EMERG
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Staged
Staged
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
Y1, Y2 Y1, Y2, W
W
Off
Off
On
On
On
Off
Cooling
Hot Water
STG1
STG2
Mode
On
On
Stg 2 On
On
On
Off
On
On
On
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
On
On
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
Off
Y1, O Y1, Y2, O
HW
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
Field wire lug
Switch - Low pressure
Ground
Relay ContactsN.O., N.C.
Fuse
Notes
Switch -Hot Water On/Off
2
3
1
P
Polarized connector
1 - Switch blue and red wires for 208V operation.
2 - Typical hook-up shown for power open - power closed damper shown.
3 - The blk/wh and gray/wh wires are removed when Aux Heat is installed
CC CO CR1 CR2CR3 CR4 CS F1 and F2 HE HP ER1 to ER4 LP -
Compressor Contactor
Condensate overflow sensor
DHW pump relay
Loop pump relay
PSC Fan Speed Relay
PSC Fan Power Relay
Compressor Solenoid
Fuses
Heater element
High pressure switch
Aux heat stage relays
Low pressure switch
PB1, PB2 PR PS RV SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 TS HWL WCL -
Power blocks
Pump Relay
Power strip
Reversing Valve coil
DIP package 12 position
DIP package 8 position
DIP package 5 position
Hot water pump enable switch
Thermal limit switch
Hot water limit sensor
Water Coil Limit Sensor
4 – Use part number 19P592-01 (jumper bar assembly) when single source power is required.
5 - Air Flow Configuration Example: SW1 configured for dip 1 as low, dip 3 as medium, and dip 5 as high speed ECM fan.
6 –.SW2-8 must be in the OFF position for pulsed “L” lockout signal and in the ON position for constant “L” lockout signal.
7 – A hydronic input will generate a Y2 compressor call so that compressor only operates in high capacity.
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Wiring Schematics cont.
208-230/60/1 ECM with GeoStart
S
Pink
Blue
Blue
F1
DHW
Pump
Blue
HWL
C
R
Black
Blue
Pink
Start
Blue
Blue
Cap
Tan(16)
Desuperheater
Option
T2 T1
Black
Common
CC
L2
L1
NOTE 3
Unit Power
208-230/60/1
Ext Pump
1/2 hp Total
208-230/60/1
PS1
D
Blk/Wh(11)
Brown
C
PB1
2
Gry/Wh(10)
Gray(9)
2
Pump
Orange
G
A
1
Yellow(8)
Black
Green(18)
G
NOTE 2
Com
Brown(15)
Blue
240V
PO
240V L2
240V L2
Fused L2
Fused L2
1
Acc Com
NO
COM
CR1
NO
COM
CR2
NC
CR3
NO
CR4
COM
Blue
NC
Yellow(21)
D
C
C
CC-GND
Violet(2)
Gre/Yel(12)
C
2
Y1
3
Y2
4
W
5
O
6
G
7
LO
Microprocessor
Logic Control
(DC Voltage)
8
P2
Shut
Down
1
C
2
C
3
4
SL1 Out
5
Not
6
Used
7
2
Status LED PCB
1
3
8
Not Used
13
Black
7
Violet
4
Yellow
5
Blue
14
Gray
12
Brown
6
Not Used
16
Not Used
10
Orange
9
Blue
2
Pink
1
White
3
Tan
Red
15
SW2
SW3
On
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
Test / Norm
Loop / Well
FAH / Hydronic
FAC / Hydronic
5
6
7
8
Not Used
Inputs / Norm
Outputs / Norm
Pulse L / Constant L
(See Note 6)
On
4
1 Two Speed / Single
2 POPC / Spring
3 No RPM / RPM
4 Over-Ride Time
5 Over-Ride Time
HW
Tan
Tan
9
Orange
2
Orange
10
Brown
3
Brown
RV
1
12
Yellow
5
Yellow
T
LP
Blue
6
7
Black
14
Black
HP
R
Y
R
SW4
Over-Ride Selection
Diagnostic Modes
Field Selection Dips - #1 On, #6 On, #7 On
Inputs
Current Fault Status
Normal Display Mode
#1 Off, #6 On, #7 On
#6 Off, #7 On
Outputs
#6 On, #7 Off
Outputs2
Over-ride time SW3-4 SW3-5
#6 Off, #7 Off
5 minutes
On
On
15 minutes
Off
On
30 minutes
On
Off
60 minutes
Off
Off
Drain
Drain pan overflow lockout
Drain pan overflow
Y1
Compressor
Blower low
Water Flow
WCL thermister (loop<15°F, well<30°F) Lockout
WCL thermister (loop<15°F, well<30°F)
Y2
Not used
Blower med
High Press
High pressure lockout
High pressure
O
RV
Blower hi
Low Press
Low pressure lockout
Low pressure
G
FAN
Aux heat #1
Air Flow
ECM2 RPM < 100 rpm lockout
ECM2 RPM < 100 rpm
W
HW pump
Aux heat #2
Status
Hydronic
Hi Limit
Microprocessor malfunction
Not used
SL1
Loop pump
Aux heat #3
Not used
Not used
HW
DV
Aux heat #4
Hydronic Off
Hot-water disable
HW off
HW off
HW off
28
WCL
Blue
13
P4
LED
Hydronic
Thermostat
(Note 7)
DV
8
R
Note 8 R
G or B
Hydronic Cooling Slave Signal - 24VAC Input
Violet
P5
11
NOTE 5
SW1 On
P12
CO
R
R
15 16 10 8
A
11
SL1 In
3
Blk(24)
Blk(20)
P6
CC
1
P11
Blk/Wh
PS2
Yel(19)
P1
R
5
Blk(23)
R
CCHI
Black(1)
4
ECM
Fan Motor
Yellow
Blue
CC
3
SV
Acc NO
COM
Yellow(7)
White(22)
Acc NC
F1-10A 240V
NO
2
24V
P3
F1-10A 240V
CS
Transformer
240V L1
Blue(17)
PWM
Blue(13)
Grn
NOTE 1
PC
RPM grnd
Damper
Red
208V
Orange(14)
C2
Load
Pump
RPM
G
On/Off
1
RCP
IntelliStart
Active
F1
Pump
Run Winding
Red
Blue
HW off
PREMIUM Q INSTALLATION MANUAL
Wiring Schematics cont.
208-230/60/1 ECM with GeoStart cont.
Auxiliary Electric Heat Power
208-230/60/1
208-230/60/1
Circuit 2
Circuit 1
NOTE 4
G
L2
L1
L2
L1
G
P9
Grn
4
3
Brn
1
Brn
Or
2
Or
Blue
Violet
Pink
Yellow
Grn
Black
Gray
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
PB2
Or
Pink
Brn
Grn
1
2
3
4
5
Blk
Yel
ER1
Gray
NO
P11
Gray
ER2
ECM
Fan Motor
HE1
Gray
NO
TS1
Blk
Black
RPM grnd
PWM
C2
On/Off
15 16 10 8
RPM
3
Yellow
ER3
HE2
TS2
Yel
Pink
HE3
NO
TS3
Pink
P12
ER4
P2
1
2
3
4
5
6
TS4
NO
1
P10
HE4
EA Series PCB
17P514A01
P10
1
Orange
2
Blue
3
Pink
4
White
5
Tan
6
Red
With optional auxiliary electric heat
Typical schematic shown
Operation Logic Data
Legend
Breaker
Factory Low voltage wiring
Factory Line voltage wiring
Field low voltage wiring
Field line voltage wiring
Optional block
DC Voltage PCB traces
Internal junction
Quick connect terminal
Thermistor
T
Light emitting diode - Green
G
Relay coil
Capacitor w/ bleed resistor
Switch - Condensate overflow
Wire nut
Operation
Logic Table
Compressor
Reversing Valve
Loop Pump
Load Pump
Aux Heater
Acc Relay
Diverting Valve
ECM Speed
T-Stat Signal
Damper
Auxiliary 1 - Out
STG1
On
Off
On
Off
Off
On
Off
On
Y1
Off
On
Heating
STG2
STG3
EMERG
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Staged
Staged
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
Y1, Y2 Y1, Y2, W
W
Off
Off
On
On
On
Off
Cooling
Hot Water
STG1
STG2
Mode
On
On
Stg 2 On
On
On
Off
On
On
On
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
On
On
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
Off
Y1, O Y1, Y2, O
HW
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
Switch - High pressure
L1
Field wire lug
Notes
Switch - Low pressure
Ground
Relay ContactsN.O., N.C.
Fuse
Switch -Hot Water On/Off
2
3
1
P
Polarized connector
1 - Switch blue and red wires for 208V operation.
2 - Typical hook-up shown for power open - power closed damper shown.
3 - The blk/wh and gray/wh wires are removed when Aux Heat is installed.
4 – Use part number 19P592-01 (jumper bar assembly) when single source power is required.
CC CO CR1 CR2CR3 CR4 CS F1 and F2 HE HP ER1 to ER4 LP -
Compressor Contactor
Condensate overflow sensor
DHW pump relay
Loop pump relay
PSC Fan Speed Relay
PSC Fan Power Relay
Compressor Solenoid
Fuses
Heater element
High pressure switch
Aux heat stage relays
Low pressure switch
PB1, PB2 PR PS RV SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 TS HWL WCL -
Power blocks
Pump Relay
Power strip
Reversing Valve coil
DIP package 12 position
DIP package 8 position
DIP package 5 position
Hot water pump enable switch
Thermal limit switch
Hot water limit sensor
Water Coil Limit Sensor
5 - Air Flow Configuration Example: SW1 configured for dip 1 as low, dip 3 as medium, and dip 5 as high speed ECM fan.
6 – SW2-8 must be in the OFF position for pulsed “L” lockout signal and in the ON position for constant “L” lockout signal.
7 – A hydronic input will generate a Y2 compressor call so that compressor only operates in high capacity.
97P789-04
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PREMIUM Q INSTALLATION MANUAL
Unit Startup
Before powering unit, check the following:
Forced Air Startup Instructions
• Fuses, breakers and wire size are correct and match the
name plate.
• Low voltage wiring is complete.
• Piping has been completed and the water system is cleaned
and flushed.
• Air is purged from the closed loop system.
• Air is purged from buffer tank, hydronic system isolation valves
are open, and water control valves or loop pumps are wired.
• Condensate line is open and correctly pitched.
• Black/white and gray/white wires in unit control box have been
removed if auxiliary heat has been installed.
• DIP switches are set correctly.
• Blower rotates freely and foam shipping support has
been removed.
• Blower speed is correct (DIP switch setting).
• Air filter is clean and in position.
• Service/access panels are in place.
• Return air temperature is between 60-80°F in heating and 7095°F in cooling.
• Air coil is clean.
NOTE: On initial power-up a four-minute time delay will occur.
1. Initiate a control signal to energize the blower motor. Check
blower operation.
2. Initiate a control signal to place the unit in the cooling mode.
Cooling setpoint must be set below room temperature.
3. First stage cooling will energize after a time delay.
4. Be sure that the compressor and water control valve or loop
pumps are activated.
5. Verify that the water flow rate is correct by measuring the
pressure drop through the heat exchanger using the P/T plugs
and comparing to water Pressure Drop table.
6. Check the temperature of both the supply and discharge water.
Refer to Operating Parameters tables.
7. Check for an air temperature drop of 15° to 25° F across the
air coil, depending on the blower speed and entering water
temperature. Refer to Operating Parameters tables.
8. Adjust the cooling setpoint above the room temperature
and verify that the compressor and water valve or loop
pumps deactivate.
9. Initiate a control signal to place the unit in the heating mode.
Heating setpoint must be set above room temperature.
10.First stage heating will energize after a time delay.
11. Check for an air temperature rise of 20° to 35° F across the
air coil, depending on the blower speed and entering water
temperature. Refer to Operating Parameters tables.
12. If auxiliary electric heaters are installed, adjust the heating
setpoint until the electric heat banks are sequenced on. All
stages of the auxiliary heater should be sequenced on when the
thermostat is in the “Emergency Heat” mode. Check amperage
of each element.
13.Adjust the heating setpoint below room temperature and verify
that the compressor and water valve or loop pumps deactivate.
14.During all testing, check for excessive vibration, noise or water
leaks. Correct or repair as required.
15.Set system to desired normal operating mode and set
temperature to maintain desired comfort level.
16.Instruct the owner/operator in the proper operation of the
thermostat and system maintenance.
Hydronic Startup Instructions
1. Initiate a control signal to place the unit in the hydronic heating
mode. Heating setpoint must be above the water temperature
of the buffer tank and/or load side water loop.
2. Be sure that the water control valve or loop pumps
are activated.
3. The compressor and load side circulating pump will energize
after a time delay.
4. Using a digital thermometer measure the load side water
entering the unit.
NOTE: Ensure that the sensing probe is in contact with copper
piping and that it is well insulated to prevent measurement
errors due to ambient room temperature. Allow 2-3 minutes
before measurement for best results.
5. Using a digital thermometer, measure the load-side water
temperature leaving the unit. Refer to Operating Parameters
table and compare measured temperature rise with data.
6. Adjust the heating setpoint below the water temperature of the
buffer tank and/or load side water. Verify that the compressor,
load side circulating pump and water control valve or loop
pumps deactivate.
7. During test, check for excessive vibration, noise or water leaks.
Correct or repair as required.
8. Set system to desired normal operating temperature to maintain
desired comfort level.
9. Instruct the owner/operator in the proper operation of the
hydronic temperature control and system maintenance.
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Operating Parameters
1st Stage Operating Parameters Model 038-072
Forced Air Cooling
EWT °F
Water Flow
(GPM/ Ton)
20
2.25
Suction
Pressure
PSIG
Discharge
Pressure
PSIG
Super-heat
°F
Forced Air Heating
Sub-cooling Water Temp
°F
Rise °F
Air Temp
Drop °F
DB
Suction
Pressure
PSIG
Discharge
Pressure
PSIG
1.5
3.0
30
57-64
3.0
1.5
50
2.25
3.0
1.5
2.25
70
3.0
1.5
90
2.25
3.0
12° - 21°
8° - 16°
3-8
16-20
Operation Not Recommended
141-178
154-192
22° - 40°
22° - 40°
4° - 18°
4° - 18°
8-13
8-12
14-22
18-25
73-87
68-81
244-279
282-298
7° -18°
7° - 18°
3° - 16°
3° - 16°
4-9
3-8
16-20
18-23
141-156
130-146
121-139
170-222
188-224
208-239
9° - 19°
7° - 17°
8° - 18°
7° - 18°
7° - 18°
7° - 18°
8-15
7-12
8-13
18-25
22-26
21-25
125-136
107-122
98-114
271-320
288-326
310-338
10° - 17°
7° - 15°
7° - 18°
4° - 17°
4° - 17°
4° - 17°
4 - 10
4-9
4-8
21-29
20-29
22-30
152-162
139-151
135-144
232-242
247-281
269-309
7° - 15°
7° - 14°
7° - 13°
8° - 18°
8° - 18°
8° - 18°
7-18
6-14
8-12
18-23
18-25
20-25
163-185
147-162
132-156
301-357
321-368
351-382
12° - 21°
9° - 13°
8° - 16°
4° - 17°
4° - 17°
4° - 17°
6 - 10
5-9
4-8
22-28
28-36
30-37
155-168
141-155
132-150
311-335
327-361
348-387
7° - 18°
6° - 14°
6° - 15°
9° - 18°
9° - 18°
9° - 18°
8-19
9-15
9-13
17-21
18-23
19-23
195-215
177-202
158-189
320-392
351-398
378-418
12° - 24°
9° - 18°
12° - 24°
2° - 14°
2° - 14°
2° - 14°
8 - 12
6-10
4-9
23-32
32-42
37-42
145-164
133-149
421-453
439-481
7-12
7-11
18-22
18-22
Operation Not Recommended
145-158
139-151
481-511
491-528
8-14
5-12
17-21
17-21
Operation Not Recommended
Operation Not Recommended
2.25
3.0
6° - 12°
6° - 12°
1.5
120
Air Temp
Drop °F
DB
108-113
102-109
1.5
110
272-282
Operation Not Recommended
2.25
Sub-cooling Water Temp
°F
Rise °F
Operation Not Recommended
Operation Not Recommended
1.5
Super-heat
°F
9° - 18°
10° - 20°
Operation Not Recommended
2.25
3.0
6° - 12°
6° - 12°
10° - 20°
10° - 20°
NOTES: Based on Nominal 400 cfm per ton airflow and 70°F EAT heating and 80/67°F EAT cooling
Cooling air and water numbers can vary greatly with changes in humidity
No Hot Water Generator
2nd Stage Operating Parameters Model 038-072
Forced Air Cooling
EWT °F
Water Flow
(GPM/ Ton)
20
1.5
2.25
3.0
Suction
Pressure
PSIG
Discharge
Pressure
PSIG
Super-heat
°F
Forced Air Heating
Air Temp
Sub-cooling Water Temp
Drop °F
°F
Rise °F
DB
Suction
Pressure
PSIG
Discharge
Pressure
PSIG
57-64
272-282
Super-heat
°F
Sub-cooling Water Temp
°F
Rise °F
Air Temp
Drop °F
DB
Operation Not Recommended
Operation Not Recommended
3-8
16-20
3° - 16°
3° - 16°
4-9
3-8
16-20
18-23
10° - 17°
6° - 15°
6° - 18°
4° - 17°
4° - 17°
4° - 17°
4-9
4-8
4-8
21-29
20-29
22-30
305-361
326-371
355-386
12° - 21°
6° - 13°
8° - 16°
4° - 17°
4° - 17°
4° - 17°
6 -10
5-9
4-9
22-28
28-36
30-37
322-398
355-402
382-422
12° - 24°
9° - 18°
12° - 24°
2° - 14°
2° - 14°
2° - 14°
8 -12
6 -10
4-9
23-32
32-42
37-42
Operation Not Recommended
12° - 21°
8° - 16°
Operation Not Recommended
30
1.5
2.25
3.0
118-114
106-114
144-182
154-192
22° - 40°
22° - 40°
4° - 18°
4° - 18°
8-13
8-13
14-22
18-25
77-90
71-85
249-284
288-305
3° -18°
6° - 18°
50
1.5
2.25
3.0
144-159
133-149
125-142
172-225
191-228
210-242
9° - 19°
7° - 17°
8° - 18°
7° - 18°
7° - 18°
7° - 18°
8-15
7-12
8-13
18-25
22-26
21-25
127-139
111-126
102-118
273-325
292-330
315-343
70
1.5
2.25
3.0
155-166
142-155
138-147
234-246
253-289
274-319
8° - 15°
7° - 14°
7° - 13°
8° - 18°
8° - 18°
8° - 18°
7-16
6-13
8-14
18-23
18-25
20-25
166-189
151-168
138-160
90
1.5
2.25
3.0
157-170
147-159
139-153
313-338
331-365
351-392
7° - 18°
7° - 14°
6° - 15°
9° - 18°
9° - 18°
9° - 18°
8-19
6-13
9-13
17-21
18-23
19-23
198-219
181-206
162-193
110
1.5
2.25
3.0
148-167
143-157
425-458
444-485
5-12
7-11
18-22
18-22
Operation Not Recommended
120
1.5
2.25
3.0
149-160
144-156
487-519
496-534
8-19
5-12
17-21
17-21
Operation Not Recommended
Operation Not Recommended
7° - 12°
6° - 12°
9° - 18°
10° - 20°
Operation Not Recommended
7° - 12°
6° - 12°
10° - 20°
10° - 20°
NOTES: Based on Nominal 400 cfm per ton airflow and 70°F EAT heating and 80/67°F EAT cooling
Cooling air and water numbers can vary greatly with changes in humidity
No Hot Water Generator
Model 038-072
Water Heating
80°F ELT
EWT °F
Suction
Pressure
PSIG
Discharge
Pressure
PSIG
Super-heat
°F
100°F ELT
Sub-cooling
°F
Suction
Pressure
PSIG
Discharge
Pressure
PSIG
Super-heat
°F
120°F ELT
Sub-cooling
°F
Suction
Pressure
PSIG
Discharge
Pressure
PSIG
Super-heat
°F
Sub-cooling
°F
11° - 19°
30
69-82
275-311
9° - 17°
10° - 19°
71-84
368-407
8° - 15°
10° - 19°
73-88
462-502
10° - 19°
50
103-117
288-327
9° - 18°
13° - 20°
106-122
380-419
8° - 16°
13° - 20°
110-124
472-512
7° - 14°
9° - 20°
70
139-153
300-343
11° - 17°
15° - 24°
142-157
394-432
8° - 17°
15° - 24°
148-162
483-523
8° - 15°
7° - 24°
NOTES: Water Heating mode allows only high capacity compressor operation.
No Hot Water Generator
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Pressure Drop
Model
038
full
load
038
part
load
049
full
load
049
part
load
064
full
load
064
part
load
072
full
load
072
part
load
gpm
5
7
9
11
4
6
8
10
6
9
12
15
5
8
11
14
8
12
16
20
6
10
14
18
12
15
18
21
10
13
16
19
30°F
1.2
2.2
3.4
4.9
0.9
1.7
2.8
4.2
1.2
2.4
3.9
5.7
1.1
2.0
3.4
5.0
2.0
3.6
6.5
9.7
1.2
2.6
5.0
8.1
3.6
5.7
8.1
10.8
2.6
4.1
6.5
8.9
Pressure Drop (psi)
50°F
70°F
90°F
1.2
1.1
1.0
2.1
1.9
1.8
3.2
3.0
2.8
4.6
4.3
4.0
0.8
0.8
0.7
1.6
1.5
1.4
2.6
2.5
2.3
3.9
3.7
3.4
1.2
1.1
1.0
2.2
2.1
2.0
3.6
3.4
3.2
5.3
5.0
4.7
1.1
1.0
0.9
1.8
1.7
1.6
3.1
2.9
2.8
4.7
4.4
4.1
1.8
1.7
1.6
3.3
3.2
3.0
6.0
5.6
5.2
9.1
8.5
8.0
1.2
1.1
1.0
2.5
2.3
2.1
4.7
4.4
4.1
7.6
7.1
6.6
3.3
3.2
3.0
5.3
5.0
4.7
7.6
7.1
6.6
10.1
9.5
8.9
2.5
2.3
2.1
4.0
3.7
3.4
6.0
5.8
5.4
8.4
7.9
7.4
110°F
1.0
1.7
2.6
3.7
0.7
1.3
2.1
3.2
1.0
1.8
2.9
4.3
0.9
1.5
2.5
3.8
1.5
2.6
4.8
7.4
1.0
2.0
3.8
6.1
2.6
4.3
6.1
8.2
2.0
3.3
5.0
6.9
6/8/11
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Compressor Resistance
208-230/60/1
Model
Compressor
Model No.
Run
Start
038
ZPS30K5E-PFV
0.81 - 0.94
1.41 - 1.63
049
ZPS40K5E-PFV
0.48 - 0.55
1.72 - 1.99
064
ZPS51K5E-PFV
0.36 - 0.42
1.51 - 1.74
072
ZPS60K5E-PFV
0.31 - 0.36
1.72 - 1.98
9/24/2013
Thermistor Resistance
Thermistor
Temperature (°F)
Microprocessor
Resistance (Ohms)
5
75757-70117
14
57392-53234
23
43865-40771
32
33809-31487
41
26269-24513
50
20570-19230
59
16226-15196
68
12889-12093
77
10310-9688
86
8300-7812
95
6723-6337
104
5480-5172
113
4490-4246
122
3700-3504
131
3067-2907
140
2554-2424
149
2149-2019
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Heat of Extraction/Rejection
Model
Heat of Extraction (kBtuh)
GPM
30°F
4.0
Part Load
038
049
064
072
34.8
33.5
32.1
110°F
34.9
33.6
32.1
30.4
8.0
12.9
20.1
27.1
32.8
29.8
35.4
34.1
32.5
30.7
25.6
33.2
38.7
50.0
47.7
45.0
7.0
18.9
26.7
34.9
41.4
44.8
50.5
48.3
45.9
43.4
9.0
19.3
27.4
36.1
42.8
45.0
50.8
48.6
46.1
43.6
24.2
31.0
35.6
46.9
45.0
43.1
8.0
18.5
26.6
34.2
39.6
40.6
46.9
44.6
42.5
39.9
11.0
19.2
27.7
36.0
42.2
40.0
46.9
44.9
43.2
40.8
31.3
39.4
43.7
55.5
53.3
50.3
9.0
23.2
32.5
41.5
46.6
48.7
55.6
53.8
51.3
49.6
12.0
23.6
33.4
42.8
48.3
48.8
55.7
54.1
51.4
49.8
29.8
39.4
46.0
60.4
57.8
54.7
30.1
41.1
49.7
53.4
60.2
57.9
55.0
51.5
53.3
60.3
58.0
55.3
51.8
81.5
80.7
77.1
10.0
19.5
14.0
20.5
31.2
42.0
49.7
40.5
52.5
61.7
12.0
30.8
43.4
54.9
62.7
73.5
81.9
81.2
77.3
72.5
16.0
31.2
44.3
56.6
65.4
73.9
82.4
81.6
77.8
72.6
37.8
48.3
56.7
69.8
69.3
64.5
38.2
50.3
61.2
63.6
69.7
69.3
64.8
60.0
63.3
71.3
69.7
65.5
62.5
93.3
94.3
89.0
13.0
26.3
16.0
23.9
12.0
Full Load
90°F
29.4
10.0
Part Load
30.9
70°F
32.8
8.0
Full Load
25.1
50°F
26.4
6.0
Part Load
18.5
30°F
19.1
6.0
Full Load
90°F
12.0
5.0
Part Load
70°F
6.0
5.0
Full Load
Heat of Rejection (kBtuh)
50°F
39.6
52.7
61.8
49.1
63.8
74.6
15.0
37.6
52.5
66.5
75.8
83.6
93.7
94.6
89.2
84.4
18.0
37.9
53.6
68.6
79.0
84.1
94.3
95.2
89.6
84.6
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Correction Factor Tables
Air Flow Corrections (Dual Capacity Part Load)
Airflow
CFM Per Ton
% of Nominal
of Clg
240
60
275
69
300
75
325
81
350
88
375
94
400
100
425
106
450
113
475
119
500
125
520
130
Cooling
Heating
Total Cap
Sens Cap
Power
Heat of Rej
Htg Cap
Power
0.922
0.944
0.957
0.970
0.982
0.991
1.000
1.007
1.013
1.017
1.020
1.022
0.778
0.830
0.866
0.900
0.933
0.968
1.000
1.033
1.065
1.099
1.132
1.159
0.956
0.962
0.968
0.974
0.981
0.991
1.000
1.011
1.023
1.037
1.052
1.064
0.924
0.944
0.958
0.970
0.980
0.991
1.000
1.008
1.015
1.022
1.027
1.030
0.943
0.958
0.968
0.977
0.985
0.993
1.000
1.007
1.012
1.018
1.022
1.025
1.239
1.161
1.115
1.075
1.042
1.018
1.000
0.990
0.987
0.984
0.982
0.979
Heat of Ext
0.879
0.914
0.937
0.956
0.972
0.988
1.000
1.010
1.018
1.025
1.031
1.034
5/30/06
Air Flow Corrections (Dual Capacity Full Load & Single Speed)
Airflow
CFM Per Ton
% of Nominal
of Clg
240
60
Cooling
Heating
Total Cap
Sens Cap
Power
Heat of Rej
Htg Cap
Power
Heat of Ext
0.922
0.786
0.910
0.920
0.943
1.150
0.893
275
69
0.944
0.827
0.924
0.940
0.958
1.105
0.922
300
75
0.959
0.860
0.937
0.955
0.968
1.078
0.942
325
81
0.971
0.894
0.950
0.967
0.977
1.053
0.959
350
88
0.982
0.929
0.964
0.978
0.985
1.031
0.973
375
94
0.992
0.965
0.982
0.990
0.993
1.014
0.988
400
100
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
425
106
1.007
1.034
1.020
1.010
1.007
0.990
1.011
450
113
1.012
1.065
1.042
1.018
1.013
0.983
1.020
1.028
475
119
1.017
1.093
1.066
1.026
1.018
0.980
500
125
1.019
1.117
1.092
1.033
1.023
0.978
1.034
520
130
1.020
1.132
1.113
1.038
1.026
0.975
1.038
5/30/06
Cooling Capacity Corrections
Entering
Air WB °F
55
60
63
65
66.2
67
70
75
Total
Clg Cap
0.898
0.912
0.945
0.976
0.983
1.000
1.053
1.168
60
0.723
65
0.866
0.632
Sensible Cooling Capacity Multipliers - Entering DB °F
70
75
80
80.6
85
90
1.048
1.185
*
*
*
*
0.880
1.078
1.244
1.260
*
*
0.768
0.960
1.150
1.175
*
*
0.694
0.881
1.079
1.085
1.270
*
0.655
0.842
1.040
1.060
1.232
*
0.616
0.806
1.000
1.023
1.193
1.330
0.693
0.879
0.900
1.075
1.250
0.687
0.715
0.875
1.040
NOTE: *Sensible capacity equals total capacity at conditions shown.
Heating Capacity Corrections
Ent Air DB °F
45
50
55
60
65
68
70
75
80
Htg Cap
1.062
1.050
1.037
1.025
1.012
1.005
1.000
0.987
0.975
Heating Corrections
Power
0.739
0.790
0.842
0.893
0.945
0.976
1.000
1.048
1.099
Heat of Ext
1.158
1.130
1.096
1.064
1.030
1.012
1.000
0.970
0.930
11/10/09
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95
*
*
*
*
*
1.480
1.404
1.261
100
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
1.476
Power
Input
0.985
0.994
0.996
0.997
0.999
1.000
1.003
1.007
Heat of
Rejection
0.913
0.927
0.954
0.972
0.986
1.000
1.044
1.141
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Operating Limits
Cooling
Heating
Operating Limits
°F
°C
°F
°C
Air Limits
Minimum Ambient Air
45
7.2
45
7.2
Rated Ambient Air
80
26.7
70
21.1
Max. Ambient Air
100
37.8
85
29.4
Minimum Entering Air
Rated Entering Air db/wb
Maximum Entering Air db/wb
50
10.0
40
4.4
80.6/66.2
27/19
68
20.0
110/83
43/28.3
80
26.7
Water Limits
Minimum Entering Water
Normal Entering Water
Maximum Entering Water
30
-1.1
20
-6.7
50-110
10-43.3
30-70
-1.1
120
48.9
90
32.2
NOTES: Minimum/maximum limits are only for start-up conditions, and are meant for bringing the space
up to occupancy temperature. Units are not designed to operate at the minimum/maximum conditions on a
regular basis. The operating limits are dependant upon three primary factors: 1) water temperature, 2) return
air temperature, and 3) ambient temperature. When any of the factors are at the minimum or maximum
levels, the other two factors must be at the normal level for proper and reliable unit operation.
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Troubleshooting
Standard Microprocessor Controls
To check the unit control board for proper operation:
1. Disconnect thermostat wires at the control board.
2. Jumper the desired test input (Y1, Y2, W, O or G) to the R terminal to simulate a thermostat signal. To simulate a hot water call, jumper
tan wires 11 and 14 on P5 connector.
3. If control functions properly:
• Check for thermostat and field control wiring (use the diagnostic inputs mode).
4. If control responds improperly:
• Ensure that component being controlled is functioning (compressor, blower, reversing valve, etc.).
• Ensure that wiring from control to the component is functioning (refer to the LED Definition table below and use
the diagnostic outputs mode).
• If steps above check properly, replace unit control.
LED Definitions and Diagnostics
Standard Microprocessor
LED
NORMAL
DISPLAY MODE
DIAGNOSTIC MODES
CURRENT
FAULT STATUS
INPUTS
OUTPUTS 1
OUTPUTS 2
Field Selection DIPS
SW2-
1 On
SW2-
1 Off
SW2-
1 NA
SW2-
6 On
SW2-
6 On
SW2-
6 Off
SW2-
7 On
SW2-
7 On
SW2-
7 On
SW2-
1 NA
SW2-
1 NA
SW2-
6 On
SW2-
6 Off
SW2-
7 Off
SW2-
7 Off
Drain
Drain Pan Overflow
Lockout
Drain Pan Overflow
Y1
Compressor
(On or Low)
Blower
Low
Water Flow
FD Thermistor
(Loop <15º F,
Well<30ºF) Lockout
FD Thermistor
(Loop <15º F,
Well<30ºF)
Y2
Compressor
(On or High)
Blower
Medium
High
Pressure
High Pressure >600
PSI Lockout
High Pressure >600
O
Reversing Valve
Blower
High
Low
Pressure
Low Pressure <40
PSI Lockout
Low Pressure <40
G
Blower
Aux Heat 1
Airflow
ECM RPM <100 RPM
ECM RPM
<100 RPM
W
HW Pump
Aux Heat 2
Status
Microprocessor
Malfunction
Not Used
SL1
Loop Pump(s)
Aux Heat 3
DHW Limit
Not Used
Not Used
HW
DV
Aux Heat 4
DHW Off
Hot-Water Disable
HW Off
HW Off
HW Off
HW Off
Refrigerant Systems
To maintain sealed circuit integrity, do not install service gauges unless unit operation appears abnormal. Compare the change in
temperature on the air side as well as the water side to the information found in the Operation Parameters tables. If the unit’s performance
is not within the ranges listed, and the airflow and water flow are known to be correct, gauges should then be installed and superheat and
subcooling numbers calculated. If superheat and subcooling are outside recommended ranges, an adjustment to the refrigerant charge
may be necessary.
NOTE: Refrigerant tests must be made with hot water generator turned “OFF”. Verify that air and water flow rates are at proper levels
before servicing the refrigerant circuit.
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Startup and Troubleshooting Form
Company Name: _________________________________
Technician Name: ________________________________
Model No: ______________________________________
Owner’s Name: __________________________________
Installation Address: ______________________________
Company Phone No: ______________________________
Date: __________________________________________
Serial No:_______________________________________
Open or Closed Loop: _____________________________
Installation Date: _________________________________
Check One
T Start up/Check-out for new installation
T Troubleshooting
Problem:___________________________________
1. FLOW RATE IN GPM (SOURCE SIDE HEAT EXCHANGER)
Water In Pressure:
Water Out Pressure:
Pressure Drop = a - b
Convert Pressure Drop to Flow Rate
(refer to Pressure Drop table)
a.______
b.______
c.______
PSI
PSI
PSI
d.______
GPM
2. TEMPERATURE RISE OR DROP ACROSS SOURCE SIDE HEAT EXCHANGER
Water In Temperature:
Water Out Temperature:
Temperature Difference:
COOLING
e.______ °F
f. ______ °F
g.______ °F
HEATING
e.______
°F
f. ______
°F
g.______
°F
3. TEMPERATURE RISE OR DROP ACROSS AIR COIL
Supply Air Temperature:
Return Air Temperature:
Temperature Difference:
COOLING
h.______ °F
i. ______ °F
j. ______ °F
HEATING
h.______
°F
i. ______
°F
j. ______
°F
4. HEAT OF REJECTION (HR) / HEAT OF EXTRACTION (HE) CALCULATION
HR or HE = Flow Rate x Temperature Difference x Brine Factor*
d. (above) x g. (above) x 485 for Methanol or Environol, 500 for water*
Heat of Extraction (Heating Mode) =
btu/hr
Heat of Rejection (Cooling Mode) =
btu/hr
Compare results to Capacity Data Tables
Note: Steps 5 through 8 need only be completed if a problem is suspected
5. WATTS
Volts:
Total Amps (Comp. + Fan):
Watts = m. x n. x 0.85
COOLING
m._____
VOLTS
n. _____
AMPS
o. _____
WATTS
HEATING
m.______ VOLTS
n. ______ AMPS
o. ______ WATTS
6. CAPACITY
Cooling Capacity = HR. - (o. x 3.413)
Heating Capacity= HE. + (o. x 3.413)
p. _____
p. _____
btu/hr
btu/hr
7. EFFICIENCY
Cooling EER = p. / o.
Heating COP = p. / (o. x 3.413)
q. _____
q. _____
EER
COP
8. SUPERHEAT (S.H.) / SUBCOOLING (S.C.)
COOLING
Suction Pressure:
Suction Saturation Temperature:
Suction Line Temperature:
Superheat = t. - s.
Head Pressure:
High Pressure Saturation Temp.:
Liquid Line Temperature*:
Subcooling = w. - x.
HYDRONIC
m. ______ VOLTS
n. ______ AMPS
o. ______ WATTS
COOLING
r. ______ PSI
s. ______ °F
t. ______ °F
u. _____
°F
HEATING
r. ______
PSI
s. ______ °F
t. ______
°F
u. ______ °F
HYDRONIC
r. ______
PSI
s. ______ °F
t. ______
°F
u. ______ °F
v. ______
w. _____
x. ______
y. ______
v. ______
w. _____
x. ______
y. ______
v. ______
w. _____
x. ______
y. ______
PSI
°F
°F
°F
PSI
°F
°F
°F
* Note: Liquid line is between the source coax and the expansion valve in the cooling mode; between the air
coil and the expansion valve in the heating mode; between hot water (load) coax and txv in hot water mode.
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PSI
°F
°F
°F
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Heating Cycle Analysis
______PSI = ______SAT°F
______°F
Air Coil
Suction
°F
°F
RV
Compressor
Source
Coax
Discharge
DV
SV
FD
open
______PSI = ______SAT°F
TXV
______°F
Refrigerant charge
compensator
CV
Load
Coax
Inactive
circuit
Unit Amp Draw ____________
Entering Source Water ________°F
Line Voltage _________
Entering Water Pressure Drop _____ PSI
Loop:______ Open ______ Closed
Leaving Source Water ________°F
Subcooling _______
Leaving Water Pressure Drop _____ PSI
Superheat _______
NOTE: Do not attach refrigerant gauges unless a problem is suspected!
Cooling Cycle Analysis
______PSI = ______SAT°F
______°F
Air Coil
Suction
°F
RV
°F
______°F Liquid Line
Compressor
Source
Coax
Discharge
DV
SV
FD
open
TXV
Refrigerant charge
compensator
______PSI = ______SAT°F
______°F
CV
Inactive
circuit
Load
Coax
Unit Amp Draw ____________
Line Voltage _________
Loop:______ Open ______ Closed
Subcooling _______
Superheat _______
Entering Source Water ________°F
Entering Water Pressure Drop _____ PSI
Leaving Source Water ________°F
Leaving Water Pressure Drop _____ PSI
NOTE: Do not attach refrigerant gauges unless a problem is suspected!
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Hot Water Cycle Analysis
______PSI = ______SAT°F
______°F
Air Coil
Suction
ve
cti
Ina rcuit
ci
RV
Source
Coax
______°F Liquid Line
SV
Compressor
Discharge
DV
FD
______PSI = ______SAT°F
closed
Refrigerant charge
compensator
______°F
HW
Coax
Entering Source Water ________°F
Unit Amp Draw ____________
Entering Water Pressure Drop _____ PSI
Line Voltage _________
Leaving Source Water ________°F
Loop:______ Open ______ Closed
Leaving Water Pressure Drop _____ PSI
Subcooling _______
Entering Load Water ________°F
Superheat _______
Leaving Load Water ________°F
NOTE: Do not attach refrigerant gauges unless a problem is suspected!
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Preventative Maintenance
Water Coil Maintenance
Condensate Drain
1. Keep all air out of the water. An open loop system should be
checked to ensure that the well head is not allowing air to
infiltrate the water line. Lines should always be airtight.
2. Keep the system under pressure at all times. It is recommended
in open loop systems that the water control valve be placed in
the discharge line to prevent loss of pressure during off cycles.
Closed loop systems must have positive static pressure.
In areas where airborne bacteria produce a slime in the drain pan,
it may be necessary to treat chemically to minimize the problem.
The condensate drain can pick up lint and dirt, especially with dirty
filters. Inspect twice a year to avoid the possibility of overflow.
Blower Motors
ECM blower motors are equipped with sealed ball bearings and
require no periodic oiling.
NOTE: On open loop systems, if the installation is in an area
with a known high mineral content (125 PPM or greater) in the
water, it is best to establish with the owner a periodic maintenance
schedule so the coil can be checked regularly. Should periodic
coil cleaning be necessary, use standard coil cleaning procedures
which are compatible with either the cupronickel or copper water
lines. Generally, the more water flowing through the unit the less
chance for scaling.
PSC blower motors should only be lubricated if dry operation
is suspected.
Hot Water Generator Coil
See Water Coil Maintenance section.
Air Coil
The air coil must be cleaned to obtain maximum performance.
Check once a year under normal operating conditions and, if dirty,
brush or vacuum (with a brush attachment) clean. Care must be
taken not to damage the aluminum fins while cleaning.
Other Maintenance
Filters
Filters must be clean to obtain maximum performance. They
should be inspected monthly under normal operating conditions
and be replaced when necessary. Units should never be operated
without a filter.
CAUTION: Fin edges are sharp.
Replacement Procedures
Obtaining Parts
When ordering service or replacement parts, refer to the model
number and serial number of the unit as stamped on the serial
plate attached to the unit. If replacement parts are required,
mention the date of installation of the unit and the date of failure,
along with an explanation of the malfunctions and a description of
the replacement parts required.
In-Warranty Material Return
Material may not be returned except by permission of authorized
warranty personnel. Contact your local distributor for warranty
return authorization and assistance.
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Service Parts List
Dual Capacity Vertical Units
Compressor
Parts
038
049
064
072
Compressor (ZPSK5Es)
34P641-01
34P642-01
34P643-01
34P644-01
Run Capacitor
16P002D20
16P002D18
92P504A16
Power Harness
11P781-01
Solenoid Harness
11P782-02
Blower Assembly
Electrical
Refrigeration Components
HW Pump
Motor & Blower
ECM Motor
High Static Blower Assembly
54S551-01N
54S552-01N
14S552-01
14S553-01
54S552-01N
N/A
Blower Module Assembly
PMK550
PMK551
High Static Blower Module Assembly
PMK551
N/A
Blower & Housing
53P501B01
ECM Harness
11P792-01
ECM Power Harness
11P585B03
Air Coil
61S605-02
Source Coax copper
62P574-01
61S606-02
61S701-02
62P543-04
Load Coax copper
62P574-01
62P543-04
Source Coax cupronickel
62P574-02
62P543-03
TXV Part Number
DanfossTXV model #
Reversing Valve
33P619-06
33P619-07
33P619-08
33P619-09
TR6 3 Ton 3/8”
TR6 4 Ton 1/2”
TR6 5 Ton 1/2”
TR6 6 Ton 1/2”
33P503-05
33P526-05
Diverting Valve
33P503-05
33P526-05
Filter Drier
36P500B01
36P500B02
Refrigerant Charge Compensator
36P512-01
*Hot Water Generator
62P516-05
62P516-03
Check Valve
33P589B02
33P589B03
Solenoid Valve
33P575-01
Hyrdonic Load Pump
24P002A03
Contactor
13P004A03
13P004A03
13P004A03
13P004A03
Transformer
15P501B01
15P501B01
15P501B01
15P501B01
3 Pole Power Block
12P503-06
12P503-06
12P503-06
12P503-06
2 Pole Screw Term. Block
12P500A01
12P500A01
12P500A01
12P500A01
Status Light Board
17P503-03
17P503-03
17P503-03
17P503-03
Harness-Status Light Board
11P783-01
11P783-01
11P783-01
11P783-01
Wire Harness Low Voltage Comp Cabinet
11P792-02
Control Board
Sensors &
Safeties
16P002D31
Sound Jacket
17P513-08
Freeze Detection Thermistor
12P505B03
12P505B03
12P505B03
12P505B03
HWL Thermistor
12P505-10
12P505-10
12P505-10
12P505-10
Low Pressure Switch
SKLPE40
SKLPE40
SKLPE40
SKLPE40
NOTES: Part numbers subject to change.
* Hot Water Generator option does not include an internal pump or HW thermistor (12P505B02). A DPK5 will need to be
ordered separately for the pump kit.
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Revision Guide
Pages:
Description:
Date:
By:
All
Updated to new Revision, Reformatted Layout
27 Dec 2013
DS
All
Updated Nomenclature to Reflect new ECM Blower Motor
09 Nov 2012
DS
42
Updated Parts List
09 Nov 2012
DS
35
Updated Cooling Capacity Corrections
11 Oct 2012
DS
43
Added Revision Guide
11 Oct 2012
DS
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