10008596A Healthy Cliimate LFP Template

HUMIDIFIER
506823-01
07/2011
COMPLETE COMFORT ™ HUMIDIFIERS
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS AND TEMPLATE FOR COMPLETE COMFORT FAN POWERED
HUMIDIFIER MODELS CCWP3-18 & CCWP3-18A
READ COMPLETE SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND INSTALLATION TEMPLATE BEFORE STARTING
ATTENTION INSTALLER:
This product must be installed by a qualified heating and air conditioning contractor. Failure to do so could result in serious injury from electrical shock.
This product must be installed in compliance with all local, state and federal codes.
WARNING
CAUTION
RISK OF PROPERTY AND EQUIPMENT DAMAGE.
1. ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD.
Can cause injury or death. Disconnect all
electrical power supplies before servicing.
2. RISK OF PROPERTY DAMAGE, INJURY OR DEATH.
Installation, adjustments, alterations, service and
maintenance must be performed by your AlliedAir dealer.
3. RISK OF SCALDING. Water temperature over 125°F
can cause severe burns and scalding instantly. Shut off
the hot water supply before disconnecting or tapping into
any hot water supply line.
4. RISK OF SHARP EDGES HAZARD. Equipment sharp
edges can cause injuries. Avoid grasping equipment
edges without protective gloves.
1. Water heating system can be damaged if water supply remains off.
2. After humidifier installation is completed, turn hot water supply back on.
3. Water heating system must be de-energized if the main water supply
remains shut off.
4. Do not set humidity level above recommended or to recommended
level if condensation exists on inside windows of any unheated space,
as condensation damage may result. Excess humidity can cause
moisture accumulation which can allow the possibility for mold growth
in your home.
5. Do not install humidifier in location where freezing temperatures may
occur. The water line could freeze and crack causing water damage to
the home.
6. Do not install humidifier on furnace cabinet.
7. Do not install humidifier on a plenum face where the blanked off
end of cooling coil will restrict air movement through the
humidifier.
8. Do not connect humidifier power cord to multi-speed furnace
blower motors or blower motors other than 120 VAC. Use
Current Sensing Relay. Premature component failure may result.
9. Do not install humidifier where water pressures exceed 125 psi,
since humidifier damage may result. Follow codes in effect
concerning pressure reduction.
10. Do not install humidifier on systems with greater than 0.4 in. wg
pressure differential between supply and return plenums.
Typical Installation
NOTE
POWER
VERIFY THAT MODE SWITCH
IS IN THE “BYPASS” POSITION.
For detailed Automatic Humidifier
Control installation and wiring instructions,
see Publication No. 506824-01 included
with Control.
BYPASS
AUTOMATIC HUMIDIFIER CONTROL
NOTE
DO NOT WIRE TRANSFORMER
USING FURNACE BLOWER CIRCUIT.
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NORTH, EAST
OR WEST SIDE
OF HOME
AUTOMATIC
HUMIDIFIER
CONTROL
ODT
HUMIDIFIER DIMENSIONS
Width 15 29⁄ 32”
Height (including solenoid valve
and drain spud) 18”
Depth 10 11⁄ 32”
PLENUM OPENING
14 3⁄ 4”W x 14 5⁄ 16”H
WATER FEED RATE
6 gph
ELECTRICAL DATA
120 VAC-60 Hz, 0.8 AMP
INSTALLATION OPTIONS
RECOMMENDED WIRING DIAGRAMS
Model CCWP3-18A
SPECIFICATIONS
Alternate Installation
HOT WATER
RETURN
SUPPLY
RETURN
SUPPLY
24V
OUTDOOR
TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
24 VAC FURNACE ACCESSORY TERMINALS
(10 VA MINIMUM) OR 24 VAC TRANSFORMER
(10 VA MINIMUM)
ABOVE EXPECTED
SNOW LINE
SHUT-OFF
(SADDLE VALVE)
WATER SUPPLY
CURRENT SENSING RELAY
(IF REQUIRED)
COMMON
MOTOR
LEAD
NOTE
CURRENT SENSING RELAY
REQUIRED IF TRANSFORMER
IS CONTANTLY POWERED.
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LO
HI
90-921
FURNACE
BLOWER MOTOR
CORD & PLUG TO 120 VAC
60 Hz POWER SUPPLY
90-1477
CONNECT DRAIN LINE HERE
BROWN WIRES
Model CCWP3-18
MANUAL
HUMIDIFIER CONTROL
SHUT-OFF
(SADDLE VALVE)
MANUAL CONTROL
Horizontal Installation
1. The humidifier is not suitable for installation
on ducts with horizontal airflow. Performance
will be reduced.
WATER SUPPLY
For detailed Manual Humidifier Control installation
and wiring instructions, see Publication No.
506837-01 included with Control.
IMPORTANT
FURNACE
BLOWER MOTOR
USE 120 VAC POWER SOURCE OTHER THAN FURNACE MOTOR CIRCUIT.
HOWEVER, THE TRANSFORMER CAN BE POWERED OFF THE HOT 120
VAC LINE BEFORE IT ENTERS THE FURNACE.
• DO NOT WIRE TRANSFORMER INTO FURNACE BLOWER CIRCUIT.
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2. When installing humidifier on a heat pump
system, use hot water. The heated water
supplements the reduced supply air
temperature as added heat for evaporation.
24 VAC FURNACE
ACCESSORY TERMINALS
OR TRANSFORMER
(10VA MINIMUM)
LO
WARNING
IMPORTANT
WHEN CURRENT SENSING RELAY IS USED:
• WIRE CURRENT SENSING RELAY INTO 24 VAC HUMIDIFIER CONTROL
CIRCUIT ONLY! DO NOT INSTALL IN TRANSFORMER PRIMARY
CIRCUIT.
COMMON
120 VAC OUTLET
CONNECT DRAIN LINE HERE
BROWN WIRES
NOTES
CURRENT SENSING RELAY
(IF REQUIRED)
90-1453
TEMPLATE MUST BE LEVEL
90-1480
TRACE ALONG OUTER EDGE
Cover on humidifier must be securely in
place when blower is operating. Gas fumes,
which could contain carbon monoxide, can
be drawn into living space resulting in
personal injury or death.
TRACE ALONG OUTER EDGE
– TOP –
READ REVERSE SIDE FIRST!
READ REVERSE SIDE FIRST!
READ COMPLETE SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND INSTALLATION TEMPLATE BEFORE STARTING
Figure 1
FURNISHED ITEMS
Figure 2
Figure 3
Figure 4
24 VAC Humidifier Control
Saddle Valve
Humidifier Installation Template
Transformer
Humidifier Control manuals
ITEMS NOT FURNISHED
SCREW HOLES
Mounting screws
(sheet metal screws)
Water supply line (1 ⁄ 4” copper)
Drain line (1 ⁄ 2” I.D. hose)
18 gauge low voltage wire
Current Sensing Relay
(if required)
Hose clamp
90-923
1. Place the humidifier on a flat surface.
Unlatch humidifier cover assembly from
base assembly at the bottom of the cover,
lift and set aside. Pull out the evaporative
assembly by grasping at the top and
tipping out. (See Figure 1)
2. Using a level, position this template at
least 1 1 ⁄ 2 inches above the furnace
housing or cooling coil if applicable, for
clearance of the drain line. Trace around
template edges. When there is
insufficient space on the supply plenum,
the humidifier can be installed on the
return duct provided the humidifier is
supplied with hot water. Remove the
template and accurately cut the plenum
opening 14 3 ⁄ 4”W x 14 5 ⁄ 16“H, being careful
to avoid injury from sharp edges.
Secure base to opening using top three
screw holes in housing. An additional hole
is provided at the bottom for securing the
base to the plenum. (See Figure 3)
4. While pressing the base against the
plenum, reach through the center opening
and turn left and right swing latches down
to secure the base onto the plenum.
(See Figure 3) Seal duct around base with
foil tape or mastic.
5. Reinstall the evaporative assembly into
3. Position the two plastic hooks on the
the base, with the bottom of the scale control
insert (5) sitting firmly in the inside of the
drain spud attached to the base. Push the
evaporative assembly in at the top between
the retaining ribs that hold the assembly in
place in a vertical position. Reinstall cover
assembly by hooking at the top of base
assembly and latching at the bottom.
top of base along the top edge of the
plenum opening. Push base up to engage
the two hooks and sheet metal along the
top edge opening. Push base in and slide
down so that the bottom four hooks
engage the sheet metal at the bottom
edge of the opening. (See Figure 2)
6. Locate and install the Manual Humidifier
Control by following the instructions shown
in step #6A. For Automatic Humidifier Control
installation instructions, see Publication No.
506824-01 included with the Automatic
Control. DISCONNECT ELECTRICAL POWER
TO FURNACE BEFORE PROCEEDING!
90-924
90-925
6A. MANUAL HUMIDIFIER CONTROL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR CCWP3-18:
The enclosed Manual Humidifier Control is designed for low voltage service to control
humidification equipment. An increase in relative humidity expands the nylon ribbon which opens the
control switch to stop operation on the humidifier. A decrease in relative humidity reverses the
process and closes the control switch. (For detailed Manual Humidifier Control installation and
wiring instructions, see Publication No. 506837-01 included with Control.)
LOCATION
1. Locate on inside wall of living area
approximately 5 feet above floor, or in the
furnace return air plenum. If humidifier is
mounted on return duct, Humidifier Control
must be at least 6”upstream of humidifier.
2. Do not locate Control in the direct path of
furnace discharge air or drafts from open
doors and windows.
3. Do not install where operation might be
affected by lamps, sunlight, fireplace
registers, radiators, concealed air ducts
and pipes, or next to activities that
generate moisture.
4. The basic rules for location of thermostats
also apply to humidifier controls.
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
1. Do not attempt to repair or recalibrate
Humidifier Control. Humidifier Controls
requiring service should be returned to
your AlliedAir dealer.
2. Use humidifier control in low voltage (24 VAC)
applications only. Install 24 VAC wiring to
humidifier control as shown in Wiring
Diagrams, opposite side.
3. Make sure no bare wires are exposed or
insulation damaged. Insulation on wire should
extend to head of binding screws.
4. Make sure all splices are mechanically and
electrically secure.
5. To remove dirt or other foreign matter from
nylon ribbon and control interior, dust lightly
with a fine, soft brush.
PARTS LIST
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16
15
6
3
2
7. Tap into water supply line with the
1. Front Cover
2. Base
3. Orifice Plate
4. Motor Mount Bridge
5. Scale Control Insert
6. Humidifier Pad
7. Water Distribution Tray
8. Fan Blade
9. Motor
10. Motor Mount Gasket
11. Relay
12. Power Cord
13. Strain Relief Bushing
14. Solenoid Valve
15. Connector Plug
16. Feed Tube
17. Nozzle
18. Relay Connector
19. Transformer
20. Strainer
21. Orifice
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saddle valve furnished. See
instructions on saddle valve package.
The humidifier will function with cold,
hot, softened or unsoftened water.
WARNING: RISK OF SCALDING. Water
temperature over 125°F can cause
severe burns and scalding instantly.
Shut off the hot water supply before
disconnecting or tapping into any hot
water supply line. The use of service
hot water (140°F MAX.) and constant
blower operation will provide
maximum evaporative capacity. When
installing humidifier on heat pump
system, humidifier must be supplied
with service hot water. When
installing humidifier on return plenum,
it is recommended the humidifier is
supplied with hot water.
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NOTE: The saddle valve is designed to
be fully opened or closed. Do not use
it to regulate water flow.
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90-926
8. Connect tubing from the saddle valve to the inlet side
of the solenoid valve using 1 ⁄ 4” O.D. copper tubing (not
furnished). DOUBLE WRENCH AS SHOWN IN FIGURE 4
TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO VALVE BRACKET AND
ENSURE WATERTIGHT CONNECTION.
9. Drain spud is designed to accept 1 ⁄ 2” I.D. plastic hose
(not furnished). Run drain line from drain spud to floor
drain or alternate drain location. CAUTION: If hose clamp
is used, do not overtighten, drain spud could crack. Be
sure drain line has continuous slope. NOTE: Do not
sweat or directly attach metal drain line to fitting. Do not
use solvent type adhesives when connecting plastic
drain line, since damage to fitting could result.
10. Open saddle valve completely and check for leaks.
Turn on blower system.
CCWP3-18 – Adjust humidifier setting so that humidifier
will turn on. Allow humidifier to run until water is
observed coming out of drain line. Check to see if
humidifier and saddle valve are watertight. Check
operation to make sure that all electrical components
function properly. Set Control to recommended level.
(See operating instructions in owners manual.)
CCWP3-18A – Use humidification “System Checkout”
section of Automatic Humidifier Control Installation
Instructions, Publication No. 506824-01. Check to see if
humidifier and saddle valve are watertight. Check
operation to make sure that all electrical components
function properly.
11. The humidifier power cord must be plugged into a
120 VAC outlet. Wire an electric outlet box to power
source other than furnace fan motor circuit. Outlet box
can be powered off of the 120 VAC line before it enters
furnace. If furnace accessory terminals are 120 VAC,
outlet box can be wired from this location. See
manufacturer’s recommendations for wiring. Do not use
an extension cord. Do not power 120 VAC outlet from the
furnace blower circuit.
NOTE: BEFORE LEAVING THE JOB SITE,
MAKE SURE:
1. Saddle valve is fully open.
2. There are no plumbing leaks.
3. Humidifier functions properly.
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IMPORTANT! Be sure owner’s manual containing instructions for
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operation and warranty information is given to owner in order to avoid unnecessary
calls. Warranty is void unless humidifier is installed by qualified heating and air
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conditioning contractor due to possible misapplication of product.
TEMPLATE MUST BE LEVEL
90-1436
10009411 B2205488A 7.11
TRACE ALONG OUTER EDGE
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