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E-TAC (GB Series)
Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner / Heat Pump
7,000 --- 15,000 Btuh
Performance and Specifications
Engineered Terminal Air Conditioner
APPLICATIONS
TABLE
OF CONTENTS
replacing packaged
terminal air conditioning units in
Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
for The Occupant
APPLICATIONS
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
needs.
over models
with conventional
PERFORMANCE
AND ELECTRICAL
DATA . . . . . . electric
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Whether you are designing a new structure or
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an existing building, Gree E-TAC will meet PAGE
your
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EXPANDED
OPERATING
RATING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31-33
PRODUCT NOMENCLATURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
• Hotels and motels
PRODUCT OVERVIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
• Nursing homes and assisted living care
PRODUCT
FEATURES & BENEFITS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-9
centers
COASTAL
PROTECTION
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
• Offices
HEAT
OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
• PUMP
Apartments
FIELD INSTALLED ACCESSORIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-20
• Single--family dwellings
DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS &
• Home conversions
residential addINSTALLATION
DATA -- NEW and
CONSTRUCTION
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• Individual
units allow
tenants
INDOOR
FAN PERFORANCE
DATA
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degree. . of
SOUND DATA
. . .comfort
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. . . . operating
. . . . . . . . . . economy.
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reduces downtime:
• TRANSMISSION
Rapid servicingCOEFFICIENT
SOUND
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chassis
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be replaced
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other occupants.
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WIRING SCHEMATICS
E-TAC
NEW CONSTRUCTION
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
The Gree E-TAC Packaged Terminal Air Conditioning
(E-TAC) unit is designed to meet the needs of the
architect, engineer, and contractor. For unit
installation, Gree’s expert support network will assist
in all applicable aspects of the construction project,
from preparing a budget to start-up.
If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
your options include:
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
your application.
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
replaced.
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
Gree E-TAC will fit into:
— The following major competitors’ wall
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
accessory retrofit kit is required.
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
extension (see accessory Friedrich
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
ADVANTAGES FOR NEW
CONSTRUCTION
Design Flexibility for the Architect/Engineer
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•
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• Each
unit operates
independently
ENERGY
MANAGEMENT
WIRING
. . . . . . . . . . . . of
. . . .other
. 39
units
in
the
building.
No
dependency
by
MULTIPLE WALL THERMOSTAT WIRING . . . . . . . . . . 40
building on central
GUIDE SPECIFICATION
. . . . .HVAC
. . . . . . .system.
. . . . . . . . . . . . 41-44
WALL THERMOSTAT CONNECTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
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Heat pump models offer substantial savings
Whisper--quiet performance, indoors and out
No bulky duct system
No separate equipment room
No water towers or additional cooling
equipment
No complex match--up of different HVAC
components
Less sensitivity to building orientation (sun,
wind, shade)
Optional architectural grille to permit custom
exterior appearance
Initial Cost Savings for the Building Owner
• No expensive component HVAC system
purchase
• No equipment room or maintenance
engineering staff
• Two--part delivery to minimize on--site
damage
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
place during construction; chassis that slides
in place after construction
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
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APPLICATIONS
Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
for The Occupant
E-TAC
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Hotels and motels
Nursing homes and assisted living care
centers
Offices
Apartments
Single--family dwellings
Home conversions and residential add--ons
•
•
•
NEW CONSTRUCTION
If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
your options include:
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
your application.
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
replaced.
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
Gree E-TAC will fit into:
— The following major competitors’ wall
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
accessory retrofit kit is required.
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
extension (see accessory Friedrich
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
ADVANTAGES FOR NEW
CONSTRUCTION
Design Flexibility for the Architect/Engineer
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Heat pump models offer substantial savings
over models with conventional electric
resistance heaters
Individual units allow tenants to choose the
degree of comfort and operating economy.
Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete
chassis can be replaced in minutes without
disrupting other occupants.
Each unit operates independently of other
units in the building. No dependency by
building on central HVAC system.
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
The Gree E-TAC Packaged Terminal Air Conditioning
(E-TAC) unit is designed to meet the needs of the
architect, engineer, and contractor. For unit
installation, Gree’s expert support network will assist
in all applicable aspects of the construction project,
from preparing a budget to start-up.
Whisper--quiet performance, indoors and out
No bulky duct system
No separate equipment room
No water towers or additional cooling
equipment
No complex match--up of different HVAC
components
Less sensitivity to building orientation (sun,
wind, shade)
Optional architectural grille to permit custom
exterior appearance
Initial Cost Savings for the Building Owner
• No expensive component HVAC system
purchase
• No equipment room or maintenance
engineering staff
• Two--part delivery to minimize on--site
damage
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
place during construction; chassis that slides
in place after construction
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
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Whether you are designing a new structure or
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in all applicable aspects of the construction
project,
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section for selecting the correct sleeve for
from preparing a budget to start-up.
your application.
ADVANTAGES FOR NEW
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
CONSTRUCTION
APPLICATION CONSIDERATIONS
replaced.
Design Flexibility
for are
theshipped
Architect/Engineer
Air Infiltration
Installation
instructions
with all E-TAC
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
• It is
Whisper-quiet
performance,
indoors
and out
units.
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that
air conditioning
systems
be
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properly
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bulky
systemfor each application in
associated with undersizing or oversizing a E-TAC
following major competitors’ wall
— The
order• to achieve
the desired
temperature
unit. This
can be the cause of insufficient cooling,
No separate
equipment
room and humidity
sleeves/grilles:
Carrier, Sources
GE, Amana,
levels
the space
be conditioned.
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dehumidification, or heating.
of air
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No water
towersto or
additional cooling
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Friedrich
and
Bryant,
and NOand
stronglyequipment
recommended that a professional engineer
infiltration include vents, gaps around windows
retrofit
kitfloors,
is required.
match the E-TAC units with the building structure and
doors, and accessory
improperly
sealed
ceilings or wall
•
No
complex
match-up
of
different
HVAC
climate.
joints. — Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
components
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
The following application considerations are all
•
Less
sensitivity
to
building
orientation
(sun,
extension
(see accessory Friedrich
important in choosing the proper E-TAC for the
Condensate Removal
wind,
shade)
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
building structure.
Gree’s E-TAC has a new condensate (water)
• Optional architectural grille to permit custom
disposal system. The outdoor fan prop has a built in
exterior appearance
Undersizing
slinger ring which draws condensate and sprays it on
Owneris less
Costunit
Savings
for the (cooling
Building
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an E-TAC
is undersized
capacity
the warm outdoor coil for evaporation. Thus
than• required
load for component
an application),
unit
HVACthesystem
No expensive
providing better disposal of excess condensate and
will not purchase
be able to cool the space down to the desired
improving unit operating efficiency.
temperature
very hotroom
days. The
could be
• No during
equipment
or result
maintenance
It is normal and desirable to have some condensate
warm and
humid or warm
engineering
staff and dry conditioned space.
water in the base pan to boost operating efficiency.
• Two--part delivery to minimize on--site
Oversizing
NOTE: This unit will not always evaporate 100%
damage
If an E-TAC unit is oversized (cooling capacity is
of the unit generated condensate and blown in
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
greater than required load for the specific application),
rain water. If it is necessary to control 100% of
place during construction; chassis that slides
the unit will cool the space down to the desired
the condensate, the Drain Kit (Part No.: DRAINin place after construction
temperature too quickly.
KIT-1PK) and a building condensate drain
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
The unit will cycle on and off, however,
system is recommended.
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
dehumidification only takes place when the unit is
systems
operating. The result of this type of application in a
hot and/or humid climate would be a cool, yet
excessively humid, space.
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW (E-TAC)
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SHEETS
OUTDOOR
ORIFICE
WIRE SCREEN
INDOOR-AIR
INLET
FILTERS
ACCESSOR
OUTDOOR
GRILLE
INDOOR
COIL
FRONT
PANEL
BASEPAN
ACCESSORY
WALL
SLEEVE
Unit Components
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Filter Design -- Provides improved air
Silencer
System
• Power CordDigital
or Hardwire
Kit – Power cord or
Comfortouch
Control
hardwire kit to match voltage and amperage of
• Temperature
Display and Touch Pad on Unit
electrical circuit.
and easy-to-use
• Precise
Polymer,
Metal or Extended Wall Sleeve -• CDesigned
ontinuous for
Temperature
Sensing
rugged duty,
acoustic absorption,
and comfort
attractive
Ideal
forappearance
your guestsfor years to come.
Compressors
-- Modes
Provide quiet, reliable
•• CRotary
ooling, Heating
and Fan
operation.
One unit for all seasons
CopperStoppers
Tube Aluminum Fin Coils -- Enhanced
•• Setpoint
coils
provide
durability,
high
performance,
and
Electronic temperature
limiting
reduces
operating costs
ease of operation.
• Auto Restart and Random Restart Delay
• Fresh Air Control Arm -- Allows outdoor air into
Automatically restarts after a power failure
room through vent filter for improved air quality.
•• Freeze
Protection
Control
Door -- Provides protection for controls
Protects
unoccupied
rooms from freezing
and enhances
appearance.
temperatures
• Condensate Removal - Minimizes condensate
• Emergency
Heat (Heat
Pump Models)
water on outside
of building.
Bypasses compressor operation and activates electric
heater for guest comfort
• Remote Control Options
The ultimate in installation flexibility; Wired,
Wireless or Energy Management
filtration and can be removed easily for cleaning.
• Three-Speed Indoor Fan
• Louvered Front Panel -- Made of high impact
More comfort options for guests to choose from
polystyrene. Provides improved performance and
• Dual
Technology
quietMotor
operation.
Separate indoor and outdoor motors allows one of the
• Digital Control Pad with Electronic Display -quietest
mostmode,
efficient
the set
industry
Easy toand
select:
fanunits
speedinand
point with
• AeroQuiet
Indoor
Blower
Wheel
an easy to read electronic display. In ˚ F or ˚ C.
quiet and
forthe
maximum
• Provides
Configuration
Dipconsistent
Switchesairflow
-- Setup
system
guest
comfort
perfect
for the exact application.
• Rotary
Compressor Interface
Technology
Wall Thermostat
-- A terminal block
for wiring
up aand
walllow
thermostat
that is easyindoors
to wire
Quiet
operation
sound transmission
to and isBulkhead
easy to remove.
•Insulated
Between Indoors and Outdoors
• Quiet
EM operation
(Energy Management)
Interface -- indoors
A plug
and low sound transmission
for connecting to an Energy Management system or
Front Desk Control. Easy to wire to and easy to
Smartfan
Comfort Control
remove.
• Programmable Constant Fan Operation
Gree customized comfort in heating or cooling
modes.
• Quiet Fan Start-Up and Stops
Smooth ramp-up and ramp-down of fan speed for
quiet comfort
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PRODUCT FEATURES AND BENEFITS
APPLICATIONS
E-TAC
or
replacing
packaged
terminal
air
conditioning
units
in
All E-TACs are protected by a five-year limited
an existing building, Gree E-TAC will meet your
warranty.
needs.
• Two-year parts and labor limited warranty
• years
Hotelsadditional
and motels
• Three
parts and labor coverage on
Nursing
homessystem
and assisted living care
the•sealed
refrigeration
centers
• Limited three years (years 3-5) parts-only coverage
• Offices
• Apartments
• Single--family dwellings
• Home conversions and residential add--ons
TWOLIFETIME INDOOR
NEW-PIECE
CONSTRUCTION
FILTER
The Gree E-TAC Packaged Terminal Air Conditioning
Two-piece
removable
filters
slide
in and
(E-TAC)
unit
is designed
to easily
meet the
needs
of out
the
from
the
front
of
the
E-TAC
unit
and
are
architect, engineer, and contractor. For unit
interchangeable.
The
frontsupport
panel does
not need
to be
installation, Gree’s
expert
network
will assist
removed
to
access
or
change
the
filters.
The
filters
are
in all applicable aspects of the construction project,
washable
and
permanent.
from preparing a budget to start-up.
ADVANTAGES FOR NEW
CONSTRUCTION
Design Flexibility for the Architect/Engineer
• Whisper--quiet performance, indoors and out
• No bulky duct system
EASY
ACCESS
TO CHASSIS
• No
separate equipment
room
Access
to
the
chassis
simply
requires
removing
front
• No water towers or additional
cooling
panel, then
four
easy
to
access
screws
and
then
equipment
sliding the chassis out of the sleeve for service or
• No complex match--up of different HVAC
maintenance.
components
• Less sensitivity to building orientation (sun,
wind, shade)
• Optional architectural grille to permit custom
exterior appearance
Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
for The Occupant
•
E-TAC GB Series
Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner
Limited Warranty
Heat pump models offer substantial savings
over models with conventional electric
resistance heaters
Individual units allow tenants to choose the
degree of comfort and operating economy.
Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete
chassis can be replaced in minutes without
disrupting other occupants.
Exclusive
Each unit
operatesWarranty
independently of other
units in the building. No dependency by
building on central HVAC system.
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TWO-YEAR PARTS AND LABOR LIMITED WARRANTY – During the first two years
after purchase, GREE will, through its authorized independent servicing dealer or service
stations*, and free of charge to the user or subsequent users, repair or replace any parts
that fail due to defect in material or workmanship. The replacement part can be a new or
remanufactured part as provided at GREE’S sole option.
EXTENDED THREE-YEAR PARTS AND LABOR LIMITED WARRANTY ON SEALED
REFRIGERATION SYSTEM ONLY – During the third through fifth years after date
of original purchase, GREE will, through its authorized servicing dealers and service
stations* and free of charge to the end user or subsequent users, repair or replace the
compressor, condenser, evaporator or connecting tubing if it failed due to defect in material
or workmanship. This includes system refrigeration charge. The replacement part can be
new or a remanufactured part at GREE’S sole option.
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EXTENDED THREE-YEAR PARTS ONLY LIMITED WARRANTY ON NON-SEALED
REFRIGERATION SYSTEM ONLY – During the third through fifth years after date of original
purchase, Gree will, through its authorized servicing dealers and service stations and free
of charge to the end user or subsequent users, repair or replace any non-sealed system
part (motor, solenoid, thermistor, circuit boards, relays, switch, capacitor, overload, drain
valve, fan, stator) if failed due to defect in material or workmanship. The replacement part
can be new or a remanufactured part at GREE’S sole option. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY
DOES NOT INCLUDE LABOR, user is responsible for labor, including cost of diagnosis of
problem, removal and transportation of the air conditioner to and from the service center,
and reinstallation charges necessary to accomplish repair.
LIMITATION OF WARRANTIES – ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES (INCLUDING IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR USE OR
PURPOSE) ARE HEREBY LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE PERIOD FOR WHICH
EACH LIMITED WARRANTY IS GIVEN AND APPLIES. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW
LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE
LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THE EXPRESSED WARRANTIES MADE IN
THIS WARRANTY ARE EXCLUSIVE AND MAY NOT BE ALTERED, ENLARGED, OR
CHANGED BY ANY DISTRIBUTOR, DEALER, OR OTHER PERSON WHATSOEVER.
GREE WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR:
1. CLEANING REQUIRED PRIOR TO WARRANTY REPAIR.
2. Standard maintenance, cleaning or damage resulting from failure to perform
normal maintenance as outlined in the owner’s manual.
3. Instruction on methods of control and use of air conditioning unit after initial
installation.
4. Damage or repairs needed as consequence of faulty installation or application.
This is the responsibility of the installer.
5. Failure to start due to voltage conditions, blown fuses, open circuit breakers or any
other damages due to the inadequacy or interruption of electrical services.
6. Damage or repairs needed as consequence of any misapplication, abuse,
unauthorized alteration, improper servicing or operation.
7. Damage as a result of floods, winds, fires, lightning, accidents, corrosive
environment, or other conditions beyond the control of GREE.
EXCEPTION TO CORROSIVE ENVIRONMENT EXCLUSION IN ABOVE
PARAGRAPH – Packed terminal units (GB Series) built with corrosion protection
are exempt from the exclusion – “Corrosive Environment.” The unit model number
is identified on the nameplate with CP suffix.
8. Reimbursement for replacement parts or repair services which are not supplied or
designated by GREE and which are specifically covered under this warranty.
9. GREE products installed outside the continental U.S.A., Alaska, Hawaii, and
Canada.
10. Shipping damage or damage as a result of transporting the unit. This is the
responsibility of the selling dealer or the authorized service station.
11. ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL PROPERTY OR
COMMERCIAL DAMAGE OF ANY NATURE WHATSOEVER. Some states do not
allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the
above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
12. Warranty coverage of accessory items (wall thermostats, wall sleeves, etc.)
13. Installations of non-corrosion protected models within one (1) mile of a corrosive
body of water or environment shall void the EXTENDED THREE-YEAR PARTS
AND LABOR LIMITED WARRANTY ON SEALED REFRIGERATION SYSTEM
ONLY and EXTENDED THREE-YEAR PARTS ONLY LIMITED WARRANTY ON
NON-SEALED REFRIGERATION SYSTEM ONLY limited warranties .
ALL WORK UNDER THE TERMS OF THIS WARRANTY SHALL BE PERFORMED
DURING NORMAL WORKING HOURS. ALL REPLACEMENT PARTS, WHETHER
NEW OR REMANUFACTURED, ASSUME AS THEIR WARRANTY PERIOD ONLY THE
REMAINING TIME PERIOD OF THIS WARRANTY.
*Authorized independent dealers or service stations are registered with Gree through its distributor organization.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
Edition Date: 11-11
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RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
your options include:
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
your application.
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
Two -- Piece Indoor Filter
replaced.
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
Gree E-TAC will fit into:
— The following major competitors’ wall
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
accessory retrofit kit is required.
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
extension (see accessory Friedrich
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
Easy to Access Chassis
Initial Cost Savings for the Building Owner
OUTDOOR
AIR VENTILATION
component HVAC system
• No expensive
purchase
The unique vent system is activated by a two• No
equipment
room air or
maintenance
position
control.
Fresh outside
is redirected
by
engineering
staff
the vent door to the indoor room. A molded plastic
Two--partdirtdelivery
to from
minimize
on--site
filter• prevents
and debris
entering
the
damage
room side
of the unit. The vent mechanism is made
from• non
corrosive
material
ensuring
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wall sleeve
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andslides
operation.
A magnet
place
during construction;
chassis
high-pressure
create a tight, draft free seal
in placeairflow
after construction
when
door is
closed. required for cooling
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seasonal
changeover
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
The vent
will provide fresh air. For vent airflow
systems
data see page 37.
Outdoor Air Ventilation
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The discharge grille is constructed of durable
polycarbonate and is reversible. Air flows upward at a
40 degree angle to the floor but can easily be adjusted
to an 80 degree angle to the floor.
Bi-Directional Discharge Grille
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Dipswitch
E-TAC
UP
Down
There are many different configuration possibilities,
through both dip switches and the digital keypad, that
allow you to configure the E-TAC for your exact
application. See Owner’s Manual for more detailed
information.
Freeze guard
Setpoint Limit 2
Setpoint Limit 1
Fan CON/CYC for cooling
Fan CON/CYC for heating
Wall Thermostat enable
Electric heat only (for Heat Pumps)
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COMFORTOUCH DIGITAL
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The digital keypad provides a simple to operate
control. The large, easy to press, “On/Off”, “Fan
Speed”, “Mode”, “Setpoint Up” and “Setpoint Down”
buttons make the control easy to operate. LEDs are
used to show the operating conditions selected.
Large numbers are used to display the Setpoint, and if
configured, room air temperature.
TEMP CONTROL
FAN, MODE& OPERATION
Comfortouch Display
STAY DRY DEHUMIDIFICATION
The E-TAC provide users with Stay Dry mode to
reduce the humidity in the room, making it more
comfortable.
In
The Stay Dry mode is designed to assist removing
extra moisture from the air, not dry it out
completely. This is not intended to replace a
dehumidifier or act as a dehumidifier.
Stay Dry Mode
SLEEP MODE
The E-TAC sleep mode function is geared toward
making sleeping conditions more pleasant without
your having to get up and adjust the unit while in
bed. The sleep mode feature allows a time period
between 0.5 to 24 hours for the E-TAC to
automatically turn off for a pleasant sleeping
experience.
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Sleep Mode
E-TAC
SETPOINT
STOPPER
APPLICATIONS
Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
The
E-TAC
allows
to set
setpointor
Whether
you
are property
designingowners
a new
structure
65for
F The Occupant
78 F
for
heating
and
cooling.
The
ETAC
comes
from
replacing packaged terminal air conditioning units in
the
the economical
range
of 65
to 78˚
• Heat pump models offer substantial savings
an factory
existingwith
building,
Gree E-TAC
will
meet
your
The
cooling
and
heating
setpoint
ranges
can
be
over models with conventional electric
needs.
adjusted independently and the range may
resistance heaters
• Hotelsorand
motelsto satisfy your needs
be expanded
reduced
• Individual
units
allow tenants
to choose the
Electronic
Setpoint
Limiting
• Nursing homes
and application.
. and assisted living care
degree of comfort and operating economy.
centers
• Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete
• Offices
chassis can be replaced in minutes without
• Apartments
disrupting other occupants.
• Single--family dwellings
• Each unit operates independently of other
• Home conversions and residential add--ons
units in the building. No dependency by
WALL THERMOSTAT INTERFACE
building on central HVAC system.
E-TAC provides a standard wired wall thermostat
R W Y O Gh Gl C
NEW connecting
CONSTRUCTION
interface
block for quick easy installation.
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
The unit
Greehas
E-TAC
Packagedterminal
Terminalconnector
Air Conditioning
The
a removable
to make
If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
(E-TAC)
uniteasy.
is designed
meetonthe
needs
of the
field
wiring
See moreto info
wall
thermostat
your options include:
architect, engineer,
and contractor.
For Instalunit
connections
in the Dimensional
Drawings and
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
installation,
Gree’s expert support network will assist
lation
Data Section.
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
in all applicable aspects of the construction project,
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
from preparing a budget to start-up.
your application.
ADVANTAGES FOR NEW
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
CONSTRUCTION
replaced.
Design Flexibility for the Architect/Engineer
• Removable
Use an existing
sleeve andConnector
exterior grille. The
Thermostat
• Whisper--quiet performance, indoors and out
Gree E-TAC will fit into:
• No bulky duct system
— The following major competitors’ wall
• No separate equipment room
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
• No water towers or additional cooling
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
equipment
accessory retrofit kit is required.
ENERGY
MANAGEMENT
• No complex match--up of different HVAC
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
INTERFACE
components
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
The •Energy
is standard (sun,
and
Less Management
sensitivity to interface
building orientation
extension (see accessory Friedrich
provideswind,
a simple
shade)to install Energy Management
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
connection.
The
unit has agrille
removable
• Optional architectural
to permitterminal
custom
connector
to make
field wiring easy. When 24VAC is
exterior
appearance
supplied to the input the unit will turn off. Once the
Initial Cost Savings for the Building Owner
24VAC is removed (becomes 0 volts), the unit will
turn •backNo
on. expensive component HVAC system
purchase
Energy Management
Terminal Connections
Note: For more info, see the section in the back,
Wall Thermostat
• No equipment room or maintenance
Terminal Connections
Typical Wiring Schematic For Energy
engineering staff
Wall Thermostat and Energy Management
Management Interface.
• Two--part delivery to minimize on--site
Interface
damage
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
place during construction; chassis that slides
in place after construction
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
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LCDI POWER CORD PROTECTION
The power cord for the 208/230 volt unit
provides LCDI protection by automatically
disconnecting power during an unsafe condition.
Power can be be restored by pressing the RESET
button.
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LCDI Power Cord Plug Head
SEAMLESS BASEPAN
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Seamless drawn basepan add protection against water
accumulation resulting from storm-driven rain with
heavy wind. Gree’s deep basepan hold up to 1-3/4
gallons (6.6 liters) of water without spilling.
CONDENSATE DRAIN VALVE
The temperature--activated drain valve opens when
the outdoor temperature drops below 55˚ F (12.8˚ C)
to prevent water from freezing in the basepan.
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Condensate Drain Valve Prevents Water
from Freezing in Basepan
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Gree’s E-TAC has a new condensate (water) disposal
system. The suction pull, along with the slinger ring,
draws in water which is sprayed up onto the outdoor
coil. The water then evaporates, thus providing better
disposal of excess condensate and improving unit
efficiency.
NOTE: If it is necessary to control 100% of the
condensate, the Drain Kit (Part No.: DRAIN-KIT-1PK)
is recommended.
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RING
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The
Gree Coastal
featuresa a new
corrosion-resistant
Whether
you areE-TAC
designing
structure or
coating
that
exceeds
the
performance
and protection
replacing packaged terminal air conditioning
units in
of
other
products
of
this
kind
on
the
market.
The
an existing building, Gree E-TAC will meet your
salt
air
corrosion
protection
coating
provides
needs.
giving you added reliability in your business.
• Hotels and motels
• the
Nursing
homes
and assisted
care
Install
best in
corrosion
protectionliving
for your
centers
property, without the worry of performance
• Offices
degradation,
coating breakdown or shortened life.
• Apartments
Gree’s
Units are
made with a blue-colored
• Coastal
Single--family
dwellings
anti-corrosion epoxy treated to resist corrosion. This
• Home conversions and residential add--ons
technology maintains excellent heat transfer
properties while extending the coil life against
NEW from
CONSTRUCTION
damage
salt air and salt water in seacoast
installations.
ThisPackaged
is a tough
epoxy
coating that
The Gree E-TAC
Terminal
Air Conditioning
uniformly
covers
the outside
surface
with aofthick
(E-TAC) unit
is designed
tocoil
meet
the needs
the
.5
to 1.0 mil
layer ofand
protection.
This For
advanced
architect,
engineer,
contractor.
unit
material
is Gree’s
highlyexpert
flexible,
eliminating
cracking
installation,
support
network will
assist
problems
with traditional
and dipped project,
coils.
in all applicable
aspects coatings
of the construction
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COASTAL
PROTECTION
APPLICATIONS
•
•
•
pump models offer substantial savings
over models with conventional electric
resistance heaters
Individual units allow tenants to choose the
degree of comfort and operating economy.
Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete
chassis can be replaced in minutes without
disrupting other occupants.
Each unit operates independently of other
units in the building. No dependency by
building on central HVAC system.
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Corrosion Protection
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
your options include:
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
your application.
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
replaced.
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
Gree E-TAC will fit into:
— The following major competitors’ wall
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
accessory retrofit kit is required.
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
extension (see accessory Friedrich
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
ADVANTAGES FOR NEW
CONSTRUCTION
COASTAL
PREMIUM
PROTECTION
Design Flexibility
for the Architect/Engineer
• Condenser
Coils
areperformance,
coated with
a corrosion
• Whisper-quiet
indoors
and out
resistant
epoxy
resin
providing
enhanced
• No bulky duct system
resistance to acidic and salt air conditions.
• No separate equipment room
• 1500 hr salt spray tested.
• No water towers or additional cooling
• Durable non-corrosive fan wheel and shroud.
equipment
• Added protection with durable powder coated paint.
No complex
-up of different
HVAC
• All• exposed
fastenersmatchmanufactured
of high quality
components
stainless steel.
• Less sensitivity to building orientation (sun,
NOTE: wind,
Refer shade)
to the product warranty for reduced
warranty
coverage
on standard
• Optional architectural
grille to non-corrosion
permit custom
protectedexterior
units installed
within
one mile of the of the
appearance
sea coast or within a corrosive environment.
Initial Cost Savings for the Building Owner
• No expensive component HVAC system
purchase
• No equipment room or maintenance
engineering staff
• Two--part delivery to minimize on--site
damage
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
place during construction; chassis that slides
in place after construction
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
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Heat pump models are available at a nominal
additional cost. In many locales, the payback is
realized in just a few months
SPECIAL FEATURES
Two- Stage Thermostat:
Outdoor Thermostat:
During the heating cycle, the outdoor thermostat
senses outdoor coil temperature. It switches the unit
to electric heat mode when the outdoor coil
temperature is 28˚ F (--2.2˚ C) or below for one (1)
minute. The thermostat switches the unit back to heat
pump mode when the outdoor coil temperature rises
above 40˚ F (4.4˚ C) for ten (10) minutes, which is
enough to provide heat to meet demand. The entire
operation is completely automatic.
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In Hot Weather:
Gree’s E-TAC units provide indoor comfort in the
same manner as conventional air conditioners,
removing heat and humidity from indoor air. The
heat and humidity is released to the outdoors. Gree’s
high efficiency design saves energy and reduces
cooling costs.
Manual Compressor Override Configuration:
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The reversing valve provides quiet refrigerant flow
when energized in heating mode. The valve controls
the direction of refrigerant flow for both heating and
cooling functions and remains energized as long as
the controls are in the heat position. When the
cooling controls are activated, the valve automatically
reverses to the cooling position.
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The indoor thermostat senses the indoor temperature
and automatically turns on the electric heat to warm
the room quickly. After the desired temperature
conditions have been satisfied, the thermostat
automatically switches to heat pump mode. If
compressor failure occurs, thethermostat will provide
backup electric heat automatically.
A07553
In Cool Weather:
When the outdoor coil temperature is above 28˚ F
(--2.2˚ C), the heat pump draws heat from outdoor air
and uses it to heat indoor air. Since heat is transferred
and not produced, Gree’s heat pump uses less
electricity and reduces energy costs significantly.
This configuration dip switch completely locks out
the compressor. See Owners Manual for more
details. Note that the compressor and heater do not
operate at the same time, thus conserving energy.
In
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In Sub- Freezing Weather:
When the outdoor coil temperature falls below 28˚ F
(--2.2˚ C) for one (1) minute, the unit automatically
switches on a built--in electric heater. The compressor
stops and the indoor fan circulates warm air produced
by the heater. When the outdoor coil temperature rises
above 40˚ F (4.4˚ C) for ten (10) minutes, heat pump
operation resumes automatically.
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The Gree E-TAC Packaged Terminal Air Conditioning
(E-TAC) unit is designed to meet the needs of the
architect, engineer, and contractor. For unit
installation, Gree’s expert support network will assist
in all applicable aspects of the construction project,
Insulated Polymer Wall Sleeve
from preparing a budget to start-up.
Part No.: SLEEVE--INSUL--1PK
Gree’s
accessory FOR
insulated
polymer wall sleeve,
ADVANTAGES
NEW
with
factory--installed insulation, provides superior
CONSTRUCTION
sound
loss and prevents
Designabsorption,
Flexibilityreduces
for the heat
Architect/Engineer
sleeve sweating, a condition that can occur when the
• temperature
Whisper--quiet
performance,
indoors
and out
outside
is cold
and the indoor
conditions
• Noand
bulky
duct system
are warm
humid.
• No separate equipment room
NonPolymer
•-Insulated
No water
towers Wall
or Sleeve
additional cooling
Part No.:equipment
WALL--SLEEVE--1PK
Gree’s
non-insulated
wall sleeve
• accessory
No complex
match--uppolymer
of different
HVAC
providescomponents
a superior appearance and protection for
many
• applications.
Less sensitivity to building orientation (sun,
wind, shade)
• Optional architectural grille to permit custom
exterior appearance
IMPORTANT For applications where weather
Owner a
Initial
Cost Savings
for the Building
conditions
could influence
sleeve sweating,
expensive
component
HVAC
system
• No that
condition
can occur
when the
outside
purchase
temperature is cold and the indoor conditions are
warm
and humid,
the Insulated
Wall
• No
equipment
room Polymer
or maintenance
Sleeveengineering
should be considered.
staff
• Two--part delivery to minimize on--site
damage
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
place during construction; chassis that slides
in place after construction
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
ct
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Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
oa Occupant
for The
st Prote
c
Whether you are designing a new structure or
POLYMER
WALL
SLEEVES
replacing packaged
terminal
air conditioning units in
an existing
Gree and
E-TAC
will meet
your
For
the bestbuilding,
performance
longest
life, Gree
needs.
recommends genuine polymer wall sleeves for all
installations.
• Hotels and motels
• Nursing
assisted
care
All polymer
wall homes
sleeves and
are made
fromliving
a molded
centers
polymer that is designed for strength and durability.
Offices
This•material
has excellent corrosion resistance and a
flammability
rating of UL94--5V.
• Apartments
Single-family
dwellingsto prevent shine and
The •sleeve
surface
is textured
•
Home
conversions
and residential
hide scratches. The rib configuration
on addthe -ons
sleeve
bottom allows easy chassis removal and aids in
drainage
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FIELDAPPLICATIONS
-INSTALLED ACCESSORIES
• Heat pump models offer substantial savings
The locating holes in the side and top panels allow for
over of
models
withto wall
conventional
electric
easy fastening
the sleeve
openings. Refer
to
resistance heaters
dimension drawings in Typical Wall Installation
Individual
units allow tenants to choose the
and •Dimension
section.
degree of comfort and operating economy.
The• sleeve’s
mist
color downtime:
(a shade ofcomplete
beige)
servicing
reduces
Rapid alpine
closely chassis
matchescan
the be
front
panel in
andminutes
blends in
well
replaced
without
with anydisrupting
inside orother
outside
decor.
The
polymer
wall
occupants.
sleeve
both
insulated
(factory installed)
or
• comes
Each in
unit
operates
independently
of other
non-insulated,
meet
the requirements
of every
units intothe
building.
No dependency
by
application.
building on central HVAC system.
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
your options include:
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
your application.
42 in
mm)
NOTE: in most cases,(1067
when
replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
replaced.
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
Gree E-TAC will fit into:
16 in
— The following major competitors’ wall (406 mm)
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
accessory retrofit kit is required.
14
7/8 in
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire (378
wall
mm)
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
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extension (see Polymer
accessory Sleeve
Friedrich
Corrosion-Protected
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
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Part No.: SLEEVE--STEEL--1PK
SLEEVE--EXT18--1PK
SLEEVE--EXT24--1PK
SLEEVE--EXT26--1PK
SLEEVE--EXT28--1PK
Gree’s metal wall sleeves are available in a variety
of sizes for most applications and difficult
installations. Choose from 14--3/4 in., 18 in., 24 in.,
26 in., or 28 in. (375 mm, 457mm, 610 mm, 660 mm,
and 711 mm) standard depth sizes. All metal wall
sleeves come with factory--installed insulation,
designed to minimize heat loss, reduce outdoor noise
transmissions into the room and prevent sleeve
sweating. In addition, the metal wall sleeve provides
a flammability rating higher than UL94--5V.
16 in
(406)
Available in:
14-3/4 in. (375),
18 in. (457),
24 in. (610),
26 in. (660),
28 in. (711)
Amounts in ( ) = mm
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Metal Wall Sleeve
E-TAC
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Metal Insulated Wall Sleeves
A
Wall Sleeve Molding Kit
1 IN.
(25.4 mm)
Part No.: SLEEVE–MOLDING
For a superior look and to hide any construction
imperfections, use Gree’s wall sleeve molding kit to
trim the wall sleeve to the wall. The molding kit is a
perfect solution and can be used with any Gree wall
sleeve (matches wall sleeve color).
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(12.7 mm)
A08395
Wall Sleeve Molding Kit
Friedrich (and ZoneAire) Retrofit Wall Sleeve
Adapter
Part No.: FR--SLEEVE--EXT
The Friedrich (and ZoneAire) wall sleeve adapter is
constructed of metal and is designed to increase the
depth of an existing Friedrich T-series or ZoneAire wall
sleeve to accommodate all industry standard PTAC
units.
16 IN.
(406.4 mm)
In
42 IN.
(1067 mm)
3 IN.
(76.2 mm)
A08396
Friedrich Wall Sleeve Adapter Kit
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FIELDAPPLICATIONS
-INSTALLED ACCESSORIES (CONT.)
•
•
•
•
ion
ct
Heat pump models offer substantial savings
over models with conventional electric
resistance heaters
Individual units allow tenants to choose the
degree of comfort and operating economy.
Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete
chassis can be replaced in minutes without
disrupting other occupants.
Each
unit Architectural
operates independently
Polymer
Grille of other
units in the building. No dependency by
building on central HVAC system.
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
your options include:
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
your application.
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
replaced.
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
Gree E-TAC will fit into:
— The following major competitors’ wall
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
accessory retrofit kit is required.
Aluminum Architectural Grille
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
extension (see accessory Friedrich
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
Standard Outdoor Aluminum Grille
Initial
Cost
Savings
for -STAMP
the Building Owner
Part
No.:
GRILLE-ALUexpensive
component
HVAC
No
This•cost-effective,
one--piece
standard
grille issystem
made
purchase
from durable anodized aluminum. The grille is
• No has
equipment
roomand or
maintenance
lightweight,
a clear finish,
is easy
to install
engineering
staff
from inside the room.
• Two--part delivery to minimize on--site
damage
IMPORTANT:
Gree recommends only the
use
Gree-supplied
for usethat
withgoes
the in
• of
Weather-protectedgrilles
wall sleeve
E-TAC
units.
However,
the architectural
designs
place
during
construction;
chassis that
slides
in place after
of a building
may construction
dictate the use of special or
oversized
grilles and/or
louvers.
Specialfor
louvers
• No seasonal
changeover
required
cooling
or any
special --architectural
treatment
the
or heating
units are self-containedofcomfort
building
facade that may restrict free circulation
systems
of condenser airflow should be referred to Gree
Corporation for evaluation and approval.
See Sizing Outdoor Grille Selection.
Standard Grille
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E-TAC
Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
for The Occupant oast Prote
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a new structure or
replacing packaged terminal air conditioning units in
Polymeric Architectural Outdoor Grilles
an existing building, Gree E-TAC will meet your
(Louvered)
needs.
Part •No.:Hotels
GRILLEand -PLAmotels-BEIGE
GRILLE-PLA--ALPIN
• Nursing
homes
and assisted living care
(color
matches
Gree’s polymer wall sleeve)
centers
GRILLE-PLA-BROWN
• Offices
GRILLE-PLA-WHITE
• Apartments
This value line of polymeric architectural outdoor
• will
Single-family
dwellings with most building
grilles
blend
attractively
•
Home
conversions
and residential
-onsthe
exteriors. Mounted easily from
inside theaddroom,
one--piece, molded grille is designed for protection,
enhanced
and superior weather-resistance.
NEW appearance,
CONSTRUCTION
The grille is made of durable polymer and has a
The Gree E-TAC Packaged Terminal Air Conditioning
colorfast, lightly textured finish that blends well with
(E-TAC) unit is designed to meet the needs of the
most exterior finishes.
architect, engineer, and contractor. For unit
installation, Gree’s expert support network will assist
Aluminum
Architectural
in all applicable
aspects of the construction project,
Outdoor
Grilles
(Louvered)
from preparing a budget
to start-up.
Part No.: GRILLE--ALU--CLEAR (anodized aluminum)
ADVANTAGES
FOR -WHITE
NEW
GRILLE--ALUCONSTRUCTION
GRILLE--ALU--BEIGE
Design Flexibility
for the Architect/Engineer
GRILLE--ALU--ALPIN
-Matches wall sleeve
• Whisper-quiet
performance,
colors
available) indoors and out
(Custom
• No bulky duct system
No separate
This•premium
line ofequipment
decorativeroom
outdoor grilles will
enhance
the appearance
of anyor building.
The cooling
grilles
• No
water towers
additional
are made
of strong, durable, extruded, anodized
equipment
aluminum
are designed
to-up
be mounted
easilyHVAC
from
• Noandcomplex
matchof different
inside the
room. These elegant grilles, available in
components
many• standard
colors, have
baked enamel
finishes
Less sensitivity
to building
orientation
(sun,
®
resin,
for
a
superior
finish
that
containing
50%
Kynar
wind, shade)
will withstand the most extreme conditions.
• Optional architectural grille to permit custom
exterior appearance
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GRILLES
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IMPORTANT: All standard cord-connected
265-v units will require a field-installed
electrical subbase accessory per UL and NEC
electrical codes.
Part No.: PTACSUBBASE--A
The easy to install, non--electrical subbase provides
mechanical support and requires no wiring.
All subbase models mount to the wall sleeve,and come
with adjustable legs and side skirting to provide a
finished appearance.
A subbase (or leveling legs) is required for
installations where the wall sleeve extends 4 or more
inches into the room or the wall is less than 2 in.
(50.8 mm) thick. The minimum clearance between
the bottom of the sleeve and the floor is 3--1/4 in.
(82.6 mm), and the maximum clearance is 5--1/2
(139.7 mm) inches.
E-TAC
GA
Non -- Electrical Subbase Assembly
Electrical Subbase Modules
Upgrade non-electrical subbase to a fully electrical
subbase by adding an Electrical Subbase module.
The electrical subbase modules have an electrical
junction box, receptacle outlet, and cover plate.
Part No: PTAC-REC-230V15-A
PTAC-REC-230V20-A
Electrical Subbase Modules
PTAC-REC-230V30-A
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PTAC-REC-265V30-A
PTAC-REC-HW-A
Subbase Fuse Kit
Part No.: PTAC--FUSE--15-A
PTAC--FUSE--20-A
PTAC--FUSE--30-A
The fuse kit provides in--line over--current protection
at the unit when required by NEC (National Electric
Code) or local codes.
In
Subbase Fuse Module
Subbase Power Disconnect Switch
Part No.: PTAC--SWITCH-A
The subbase power disconnect 2--pole switch
provides a recessed power disconnect for the PTAC
unit when required by NEC or local codes.
IMPORTANT: The fuse kits and disconnect
switch accessories can only be used with Part
No. PTAC-SUBBASE-A.
Power Disconnect Switch Module
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FIELDAPPLICATIONS
-INSTALLED ACCESSORIES (CONT.)
Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
for The Occupant
E-TAC
Leveling
Legs are designing a new structure or
Whether you
replacing
packaged terminal
Part
No.: LEVELING-LEGSair conditioning units in
an existing
Gree to
E-TAC
will sleeve
meet your
Leveling
legsbuilding,
attach easily
the wall
and
needs.accurate leveling and support for units without
offer
a subbase.
Leveling
legs are adjustable from 3--1/4 to
• Hotels
and motels
5--1/2 inches (82.6 to 139.7 mm).
• Nursing homes and assisted living care
centers
• Offices
Hardwire
Kit
• Apartments
Part •No.:SingleHARDWIRE-KIT-1PK
-family dwellings
This • accessory
hardwire kit
a permanent
Home conversions
andprovides
residential
add--ons
connection to the unit. Electrical hard wiring is
required when NEC (National Electrical Code) or
NEW
CONSTRUCTION
local
codes
restrict the use of power cord and plug
The
Gree
E-TAC
Air Conditioning
connections. The Packaged
hardwire Terminal
kit mounts
on the front
(E-TAC)
unit
is
designed
to
meet
the
needs
of the
right side of the unit and comes with 36
inches
of
architect,
contractor.
unit
flexible
steelengineer,
conduit andand
a Molex
connectorFor
for easy
installation, Gree’s expert support network will assist
connect/disconnect.
in all applicable aspects of the construction project,
from preparing a budget to start-up.
•
•
•
•
Heat pump models offer substantial savings
over models with conventional electric
resistance heaters
Individual units allow tenants to choose the
degree of Leveling
comfort andLegs
operating economy.
Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete
chassis can be replaced in minutes without
disrupting other occupants.
Each unit operates independently of other
units in the building. No dependency by
building on central HVAC system.
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
your options include:
Hardwire Kit
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
your application.
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
replaced.
• Use an existing
sleeve and exterior grille. The
Conduit Interface Kit
Gree E-TAC will fit into:
— The following major competitors’ wall
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
accessory retrofit kit is required.
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
extension (see accessory Friedrich
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
Conduit
InterfaceFOR
Kit NEW
ADVANTAGES
Part
No.: CONDUIT-INTF-1PK
CONSTRUCTION
The
conduit
interface for
accessory
kit provides the wire
Design
Flexibility
the Architect/Engineer
connection to the unit to interface to existing
• Whisperinstalled
conduit.-quiet performance, indoors and out
• No bulky duct system
• No separate equipment room
• Long
No Replacement
water towers 265v
or additional
cooling
Extra
Power Cord
equipment
Part No. PWRCORD-265V-15A
• No complex match--up of different HVAC
PWRCORD-265V-20A
components
PWRCORD-265V-30A
• Less
sensitivity to building orientation (sun,
The Extra
Long
Replacement 265v power cord
wind,
shade)
extends
58
inches
from
bottomgrille
of front
panelcustom
to the
• Optional architectural
to permit
plug head.
Do
not
use
where
prohibited
by
codes
or
exterior appearance
regulations.
Initial Cost Savings for the Building Owner
• No expensive component HVAC system
purchase
• No equipment room or maintenance
engineering staff
• Two--part delivery to minimize on--site
damage
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
place during construction; chassis that slides
in place after construction
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
Extra Long
Replacement 265V
Power Cord
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16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
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FIELD--INSTALLED ACCESSORIES (CONT.)
THERMOSTATS
Gree’s full line of wall thermostats are designed to
enhance every E-TAC application. The TopTech Comfort Series of thermostats consists of programmable
and non-programmable air conditioner and heat pump
controls. Wall thermostats are simple and easy to use.
Wall thermostats provide better temperature and
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optimal position in the room.
For wiring multiple E-TAC units to one wall
thermostat see the Multiple Wall Thermostat
Wiring section in the installation manual.
Non--Programmable Thermostat
E-TAC
GA
Part No.: TT-N-411 (Heat / Cool Models)
TT-N-421 (Heat Pump Models)
This low--voltage, easy--to--use non--programmable
thermostat provides maximum guest comfort.
• Dual Powered – Hardwired or Battery
• Large Display with Bright Blue Backlight
• Adjustable Temperature Set Point Limits
• Non-Volatile Memory Retains User Settings
• Separate Heating and Cooling Set Points
• Display Degree F or C Switch
• Mount to Horizontal Box
• Adjustable Temperature Differential
Non -- Programmable Thermostat
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Part No.: TT-P-411 (Heat / Cool Models)
TT-P-421 (Heat Pump Models)
This micro computer controlled, 7--day
programmable wall thermostat has enhanced features
for both heat pumps and heating/cooling units.
The
programmable
model
includes
the
non--programmable features plus the following:
• 5-2 Day Separate Programming
• Adaptive Recovery Mode (ARM™)
• Separate Set Point Program Times
• Temporary Program Override
• Programmable Extended Hold Mode
• Meets California Title 24 Guidelines
Programmable Thermostat
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Wireless Non-Programmable Thermostat
Part No.: TT-N-631W (for Heat Pump & Heat /Cool
Models)
This low voltage wireless wall thermostat provides
easy installation and superior performance. Includes
both wireless wall thermostat and receiver module and
features:
• Two speed fan control (High and Low Speed)
• Universal 2H/1C Heat Pump or 1H/1C Conventional
• Power Loss Memory
• Heating and Cooling Set-point Limit
• Large Temperature and Set-point Display
• Large Blue Backlight Screen
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FIELD-INSTALLED
ACCESSORIES (CONT.)
APPLICATIONS
Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
for The Occupant
Air
Deflector
Whether
you are designing a new structure or
replacing
packaged terminal air conditioning units in
Part
No.: PTAC-DEFLECTOR-A
an existing
building,
Gree
E-TACeasily
will tomeet
The
PTAC Air
Deflector
mounts
the your
units
needs.
and directs air up and away from overhanging drapes.
• Deflector
Hotels andsaves
motels
The Air
energy by eliminating trapped
• Nursing
and and
assisted
living while
care
air flow
between homes
the window
the curtain
centers
increasing guest comfort levels and helping to manage
mold• andOffices
mildew in the window area.
• Apartments
• Single--family dwellings
• Home conversions and residential add--ons
•
•
•
•
E-TAC
Sound Muzzler
NEW CONSTRUCTION
Part No.: PTAC-SOUND-A
Heat pump models offer substantial savings
over models with conventional electric
resistance heaters
Individual units allow tenants to choose the
degree of comfort and operating economy.
Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete
chassis can
replaced in minutes without
AirbeDeflector
disrupting other occupants.
Each unit operates independently of other
units in the building. No dependency by
building on central HVAC system.
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
Our Sound Muzzler is specifically designed and
The Gree E-TAC Packaged Terminal Air Conditioning
constructed
with
friendly
(E-TAC) unit
is environmental
designed to meet
the materials
needs of that
the
absorb
mechanical
sound
energy
and
block
offensive
architect, engineer, and contractor. For unit
noise
from Gree’s
the compressor.
Thisnetwork
acousticwill
wrap
is
installation,
expert support
assist
weatherproof
and aspects
easy to install.
in all applicable
of the construction project,
from preparing a budget to start-up.
If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
your options include:
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
your application.
Sound Muzzler
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
replaced.
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
Gree E-TAC will fit into:
— The following major competitors’ wall
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
accessory retrofit kit is required.
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
Security
extension
(see Door
accessory Friedrich
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
ADVANTAGES FOR NEW
Security
Door
CONSTRUCTION
Part
No.:Flexibility
PTAC-LOCK-A
Design
for the Architect/Engineer
Whisper--quietsecurity
performance,
and out
This• key-locking
door indoors
kit prevents
unauthorized
access
to
the
unit’s
heating
and
cooling
• No bulky duct system
controls
andseparate
preventsequipment
tamperingroom
with units in public
• No
locations
and
institutions.
This
field-installed
• No water towers or additionalaccessory
cooling
includes equipment
a control door with lock assembly and two
matching
keys.
• No
complex match--up of different HVAC
components
• Less sensitivity to building orientation (sun,
wind, shade)
• Optional
E-9000
Remote architectural
Control grille to permit custom
exterior appearance
Part No. 30510092MX
Initial
Cost remote
Savingscontrol
for theis Building
The
E-9000
versatilityOwner
and allows
expensive
component and
HVAC
users• to No
change
room temperature
modessystem
from
purchase
the palm
of your hand. The large LCD display
No equipment
or maintenance
and • buttons
makes it room
easy-to-understand
and
engineering
staff
easy-to-use.
• Two--part delivery to minimize on--site
damage
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
place during construction; chassis that slides
in place after construction
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
E-9000 Remote Control
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in the plastic wall sleeve, the drain must be
installed on the flat area of the sleeve. It
cannot be installed in the wafer area.
Part No.: DRAIN--KIT--1PK
This universal drain kit may be used internally or
externally to route condensate to a drainage system. It
can be field-installed on any Gree wall sleeve.
Although Gree units are designed to dissipate all the
condensate generated during normal cooling, there
may be times when abnormal conditions cause more
condensate than the unit can dissipate. If condensate
that drips from the wall sleeve is objectionable, this
internal/external drain kit should be installed.
The drain kit may be attached to the exterior right or
left side of the wall sleeve for external draining or
mounted to the room side of the wall sleeve for
internal draining.
A 3 in. (152.4 mm) straight tube and 90˚ curved tube
are supplied to simplify any application (1/2 in. /
12.7 mm OD copper).
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Condensate Drain Kit
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A07748
Drain Kit
Replacement Filters
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The Gree E-TAC model replacement air filters come
in packages of two (2). The filters save
energy by preventing the evaporator coils from
being plugged with dirt and lint. These economical
and sturdy filters are interchangeable and may be
washed, vacuumed, and reused.
Replacement FIlters
Baffle Kit
Part No.: BAFFLE--KIT--1PK
The accessory baffle kit ensures a good seal between
the unit and the exterior grille to prevent air recirculation, which can cause system failure.
The accessory baffle kit is required for applications
using unauthorized exterior grille.
In
Baffle Kit
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FIELD-INSTALLEDACCESSORIES
(CONT.)
APPLICATIONS
Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
for The Occupant
Air
Knight
Whether
you are designing a new structure or
E-TAC
replacing
packaged
terminalisairanconditioning
in
The
Air Knight
by TopTech
air treatmentunits
system
an existing
Gree
E-TAC
willsmoke,
meet mold,
your
not
a filter. Itbuilding,
drastically
reduce
odors,
needs.
fungi, VOC’s (chemical odors) and bacteria found in
• Hotels and motels
• Nursing homes and assisted living care
Air Knight
Plug-In
centers
Offices
Part •No.: RGF-PIP-16-GA.
The •Air Apartments
Knight Plug-In, plugs directly into a wall
• and
Single-family
dwellings
outlet
can be
used with
or without its internal fan.
•
Home
conversions
and
residential
add--ons
Because it has its own outlets as part
of the unit,
you do
not lose the wall outlet.
many rooms. Airborne bacteria and mold reduction is
• Heat
pump
models offer substantial savings
normally
in the
90+ percentile.
over models with conventional electric
resistance heaters
• Individual units allow tenants to choose the
degree of comfort and operating economy.
• Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete
chassis can be replaced in minutes without
disrupting other occupants.
• Each unit operates independently of other
units in the building. No dependency by
building on central HVAC system.
Air Knight Plug In
NEW CONSTRUCTION
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
The Gree E-TAC Packaged Terminal Air Conditioning
Air
Knight
(E-TAC)
unitPTAC
is designed to meet the needs of the
architect,
engineer, and contractor. For unit
Part
No: TT-AKPTAC
installation,
Gree’s
expert
support
network
will assist
The Air Knight
PTAC
mounts
inside
the E-TAC
air
in all applicable aspects of the construction project,
discharge stream. The indoor fan delivers air treatment
from preparing a budget to start-up.
quietly and affectively into the room. The PTAC Air
If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
your options include:
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
your application.
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
replaced.
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
Gree E-TAC
fit into:
Air will
Knight
PTAC
— The following major competitors’ wall
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
accessory retrofit kit is required.
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
extension (see accessory Friedrich
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
Lateral Duct Kit
ADVANTAGES FOR NEW
in
the unit.
CONSTRUCTION
Design Flexibility for the Architect/Engineer
• Whisper--quiet performance, indoors and out
• No bulky duct system
• No separate equipment room
Lateral
Ductwater
Kit towers or additional cooling
• No
Part No.:
LATERAL-DUCT (Adapter Plenum and
equipment
Extension)
• No complex match--up of different HVAC
The accessory
lateral duct kit allows one unit to heat
components
or cool two rooms. The kit provides substantial savsensitivity
building
(sun,
ings •for Less
apartments,
hoteltosuites,
andorientation
office suites
by
wind,
eliminating
theshade)
need for separate units for every room.
The •amount
of airarchitectural
that can be diverted
an adjoining
Optional
grille to to
permit
custom
room is adjustable
from
20
to
25
percent.
exterior appearance
The lateral duct kit consists of two main components,
Owner
Initial
Costand
Savings
for the duct.
Building
the
plenum
the extension
The kit
mounts to
the wall
sleeveexpensive
and allowscomponent
either right or
left side
ductHVAC
system
• No
ing. Consider
the following when designing a ducted
purchase
application.
• No equipment room or maintenance
• The maximum
extension
engineering
staff of the duct length is 4 feet.
• The duct run must be straight and horizontal; no
• Two-part delivery to minimize on--site
bends
or turns.
• The minimum
damage recommended clearance between the
unit
the adjoining
room
wallsleeve
is 6 inches.
• and
Weather-protected
wall
that goes in
• You must provide for return air from the adjoining
place
during
construction;
chassis
that slides
room.
in place after construction
NOTES:
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
1. Lateral duct kit includes wall register for duct extenor heating
-- units
comfort
sion and
a molding
kit toare
trimselfthe-contained
wall opening.
systems
2. The sleeve should extend a minimum of 3-in. into
the adjacent room to install mounting brackets.
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If practices are unknown, consult your local architect
or building contractor. Installed wall sleeve must be
level from side to side and a quarter bubble to the
outside.
E-TAC
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Proper building practices must be used when
constructing a wall opening to support a PTAC wall
sleeve and chassis.
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CURRENT
DIMENSIONS --- Inches (mm)
PLUG TYPE
Y
VOLTS
AMPS
Z
X
SUPPLIER 1
SUPPLIER 2
SUPPLIER 1
SUPPLIER 2
NEMA PLUG
NEMA
RECEPTACLE
208/230
15
58 (1473)
2.36 (60)
2.44 (62)
3.35 (85)
4 (101)
6--- 15P
6--- 15R
208/230
20
58 (1473)
2.36 (60)
2.44 (62)
3.35 (85)
4 (101)
6--- 20P
6--- 20R
208/230
30
58 (1473)
2.55 (65)
4 (101)
2.63 (67)
3.8 (96)
6--- 30P
6--- 30R
265
15
15 (381)
1.5 (38.2)
7--- 15P
7--- 15R
265
20
15 (381)
2 (50)
7--- 20P
7--- 20R
265
30
15 (381)
2.41 (61.3)
7--- 30P
7--- 30R
DISCHARGE
GRILLE
1.46 (37.3)
2.48 (63.2)
42"
(1067)
REMOVABLE
FRONT PANEL
In
ACCESSORY
WALL SLEEVE
HINGED CONTROL
ACCESS DOOR
208/230V
Accessory Service Cord
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DIMENSIONAL
APPLICATIONSDRAWINGS AND INSTALLATION DATA -Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
NEW
Whether CONSTRUCTION
you are designing a new (CONT.)
structure or
for The Occupant
replacing
packaged
terminal air DIMENSIONS
conditioning units
in STANDARD
WALL
SLEEVE
MOUNTING
FOR
AND ACCESSORY GRILLES
• Heat pump models offer substantial savings
an existing building, Gree E-TAC will meet your
42 in
42 in
over models (1067)
with
conventional electric
needs.
(1067 mm)
resistance heaters
• Hotels and motels
16 in
• Individual units allow tenants to(406)
choose the
• Nursing homes and assisted living care
degree of comfort and operating economy.
centers
• Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete
16 in
• Offices
(406 mm)
chassis can be replaced in minutes
without
Available
in:
14-3/4 in. (375),
• Apartments
disrupting other occupants.
18 in. (457),
in. (610),
• Single--family dwellings
• Each unit operates independently24
of(660),
other
26 in.
28 in. (711) by
• Home conversions and residential
add-ons
units
in
the
building.
No
dependency
Amounts in ( ) = mm
14 7/8 in
(378 mm)
building on central HVAC system.
Standard
Polymer
Non-Insulated
Wall
Sleeve
Standard
and Extended Metal Insulated Wall
NEW
CONSTRUCTION
Standard Polymer Insulated Wall Sleeve
Sleeve
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
The Gree E-TAC Packaged Terminal Air Conditioning
If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
(E-TAC) unit is designed to meet the needs of the
your options include:
architect, engineer, and contractor. For unit
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
installation, Gree’s expert support network will assist
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
in all applicable aspects of the construction project,
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
from preparing a budget to start-up.
your application.
ADVANTAGES FOR NEW
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
CONSTRUCTION
replaced.
Design Flexibility for the Architect/Engineer
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
• Whisper--quiet performance, indoors and out
Gree E-TAC will fit into:
• No bulky duct system
— The following major competitors’ wall
• No separate equipment room
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
• No water towers or additional cooling
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
equipment
accessory retrofit kit is required.
and Minimum
Wall Sleeve Opening
• No complex match--upFraming
of different
HVAC
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
components
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
• Less sensitivity to building orientation (sun,
extension (see accessory Friedrich
5/8" MIN.
5/8"
MIN.
wind, shade)
Retrofit
Wall Sleeve Adapter).
(15.9)
(15.9)
• Optional architectural grille to permit custom
exterior appearance
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JACK STUDS
MAIN STUD
HEADER - 4” X 4” (101.6 X 101.6) OR
(2) 2” X 4” (50.8 X 101.6)
16 1/4”
(412.8)
42 1/8”
(1070.0)
JACK STUD
CRIPPLE
FLOOR
SUB-FLOOR
MEASUREMENTS IN ( ) = mm
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Initial Cost Savings for the Building Owner
SIDE
• No expensive componentSIDEHVAC system
purchase
• No equipment room or maintenance
engineering staff
• Two--part delivery1/2"to
minimize on--site
(12.7) MINIMUM
1/2" (12.7) MINIMUM
damage
ARCHITECTURAL GRILLE
STAMPED OUTDOOR GRILLE
STANDARD MOUNT
Stampedwall
grille thickness
(9.4)goes in
• Weather--protected
sleeve0.75"
that
ALUMINUM OR PLASTIC
Architectural grille thickness 1.25" (32)
place during NOTE:
construction;
Dimensions in ( ) arechassis
in millimeters that slides
in place after construction
Wall for
Sleeve
Mounting (All Models)
• No seasonal changeover required
cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
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TYPICAL WALL INSTALLATION
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5/8”
(15.9 mm)
Typical Wall Sleeve Installation
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MINIMUM 3-1/4” (82.6 mm)
ABOVE FLOOR COVERING
IF SUBBASE IS USED
Typical Curtain Wall Installation (All Models)
NOTES:
1. Sleeve may be flush mounted to floor, but front
panel may have to be notched to accommodate
service cord.
2. If more than 4 in. (101.6 mm) of sleeve projects
into room, an accessory subbase or leveling
legs must be used for support.
3. For walls 2 in. (50.8 mm) thick or less, an
accessory subbase must be used for support.
4. Caulk around sleeve on both indoor and outdoor
sides.
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Important Sleeve Installation Considerations:
• Wall Sleeve should be pitched 1/4 bubble
to the outside for condensate drainage.
• The sleeve should be caulked on all sides,
including both inside and outside the
building.
• If more than 4 in. (101 mm) of wall sleeve
projects into the room, an accessory subbase
or leveling legs must be used for support.
• For all applications with an accessory
subbase, wall sleeve must extend 3--1/4 in.
(82.6 mm) minimum into room and must be
3--1/4 in. (82.6 mm) minimum to 5--1/2 in.
(139.7 mm) maximum above floor (including
carpeting) to allow for proper fit of subbase.
• For applications where the wall sleeve is
mounted flush to the exterior of the
building (or recessed in), Gree recommends
a field--supplied drip edge be installed to
prevent water infiltration into the building.
• Insulated wall sleeves should be considered
for superior sound absorption, to reduce heat
loss and to prevent sleeve sweating, a
condition that can occur when the outside
temperature is cold and the indoor conditions
are warm and humid.
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APPLICATIONSDRAWINGS AND INSTALLATION -Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
NEW
Whether CONSTRUCTION
you are designing a new (CONT.)
structure or
for The Occupant
replacing packaged terminal air conditioning units in
Heat pump models
offer substantial
savings
MINIMUM
CLEARANCE
INDOOR
AND• OUTDOOR
DISCHARGE
AIR
an existing building,
Gree E-TAC FOR
will meet
your
over
models
with
conventional
electric
needs.
resistance heaters
• Hotels and motels
• Individual units allow tenants to choose the
• Nursing homes and assisted living care
degree of comfort and operating economy.
centers
! servicing reduces downtime: complete
• Rapid
• Offices
chassis can be replaced in minutes without
EQUIPMENT OPERATION HAZARD
• Apartments
disrupting other occupants.
Failure to follow this caution may result in equipment
• Single--family dwellings
•
unit operation.
operates independently of other
damage Each
or improper
• Home conversions and residential add--ons
units
in
the
building.
Noairdependency
Blocking indoor or outdoor
discharge
could cause by
15” (381.0 mm) MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM
premature
failure
of
unit.
building on central HVAC system.
FRONT PANEL TO OBJECTS IN ROOM
NEW CONSTRUCTION
The Gree E-TAC Packaged Terminal Air Conditioning
(E-TAC) unit is designed to meet the needs of the
architect, engineer, and contractor. For unit
installation, Gree’s expert support network will assist
36" (914.4 mm) MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM
in all applicable aspects of
the TO
construction
project,
SLEEVE
BUILDING WALLS,
SHRUBS, etc.
from preparing a budget to start-up.
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
your options include:
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
your application.
ADVANTAGES FOR NEW
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
CONSTRUCTION
Indoor and Outdoor Discharge Air
replaced.
Circulation
Design Flexibility for the Architect/Engineer
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
• Whisper--quiet performance, indoors and out
Gree E-TAC will fit into:
• No bulky duct system
— The following major competitors’ wall
• No separate equipment room
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
• No water towers or additional cooling OUTDOOR VIEW Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
equipment
accessory retrofit kit is required.
• No complex match--up of different HVAC
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
components
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
• Less sensitivity to building orientation (sun,
extension (see accessory Friedrich
wind, shade)
GRILLE
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
MOUNTING
HOLES
• Optional
architectural grille to permit custom
exterior appearance
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• No expensive
component HVAC system
2 3/8”
(60.3)
purchase
SLEEVE-(2)
• No equipmentWALL
room
or maintenance
DRAIN
LOCATIONS
CONDENSATE
OVERFLOW
engineering staff
HOLES
• Two--part delivery to minimize on--site
2 3/8”
(60.3)
damage
(OUTSIDE)
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
Back
Polymer Wall Sleeve
place during construction; chassis
thatofslides
in place after construction
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
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DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS AND INSTALLATION DATA -NEW CONSTRUCTION (CONT.)
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NOTES:
1. Accessory subbase is required for applications where:
- Wall sleeve extends 4 inches (101.6 mm) or more into the room.
- Wall thickness is less than 2 inches (50.8 mm).
- All 265-v cord-connected applications.
2. For all applications with an accessory subbase:
- Wall sleeve must extend 4 in. (101.6 mm) into the room and 3-1/4 in. (82.6 mm)minimum above the floor
- Subbase height is adjustable from 3-1/4 in. (82.6 mm) to 5-1/2 in. (139.7 mm) maximum above floor (including carpeting).
Refer to wall sleeve installation instructions.
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TYPICAL LATERAL DUCT INSTALLATION
WALL
REGISTER
ALTERNATE
EXTENSION
POSITION*
LATERAL DUCT
EXTENSION
PLENUM
END
CAP
3’-8”
(117.6)
WALL
MOLDING
3’-11 1/2”
(1206.5)
MAX.
REVERSIBLE
AIR GRILLE
*Only one Lateral Duct Extension may be installed per
unit. Lateral duct extensions may be installed on either
side of the unit.
3’-11 1/2”
(1206.5)
MAX.
NOTE: For all applications with an accessory lateral duct, sleeve
must extend into the room a minimum of 3 inches. In applications
where the sleeve will not extend a minimum of 3 in., the lateral duct
mounting brackets will need to be mounted on the sleeve prior to
installation to the wall.
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WALL
APPLICATIONS
THERMOSTAT CONNECTIONS
Whether you are designing a new structure or
replacing packaged terminal air conditioning units in
an existing building, Gree E-TAC will meet your
needs.
Energy
Management
(24VAC in)
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•
•
•
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Hotels and motels
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Nursing homes and assisted living care
Y
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See Note 1
See Note 2
NOTES:
1. Use terminal "O" for heat pump connection only.
2. Terminal "C" (common) is typically only required for digital thermostats.
E-TAC
Common
R W Y O Gh Gl C
Heat pump models offer substantial savings
over models with conventional electric
resistance heaters
• Individual units allow tenants to choose the
degree of comfort and operating economy.
• Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete
chassis can be replaced in minutes without
disrupting other occupants.
• Each unit operates independently of other
units in the building. No dependency by
building on central HVAC system.
Terminal Connector Removal and Replacement
A07073
TERMINAL BLOCK
NEW CONSTRUCTION
•
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Box Wire
Terminal
The GreeControl
E-TAC Packaged
Terminal
Air for
Conditioning
Thermostat
Models
(E-TAC) unitWall
is designed
to meet
the needs of the
architect, engineer, and contractor. For unit
installation, Gree’s expert support network will assist
in all applicable aspects of the construction project,
from preparing a budget to start-up.
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
your options include:
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
your application.
ADVANTAGES FOR NEW
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
CONSTRUCTION
replaced.
Design Flexibility for the Architect/Engineer
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
• Whisper--quiet performance, indoors and out
Gree E-TAC will fit into:
• No bulky duct system
— The following major competitors’ wall
• No separate equipment room
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
• No water towers or additional cooling
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
equipment
accessory retrofit kit is required.
• No complex match--up of different HVAC
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
components
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
Energy Management
• Less sensitivity to building orientation Terminal
(sun,Connections Wall Thermostat
extension (see accessory Friedrich
Terminal Connections
wind, shade)
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
• Optional architectural grille to permit custom
Terminal Connections
exterior appearance
A07634
Initial Cost Savings for the Building Owner
• No expensive component HVAC system
purchase
• No equipment room or maintenance
engineering staff
• Two--part delivery to minimize on--site
damage
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
place during construction; chassis that slides
in place after construction
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systemsTHERMOSTAT WIRE ROUTING
NOTE: Thermostat wire is field supplied. Recommended wire gauge is
18 to 20 gauge solid thermostat wire. Thermostat wire should always be
routed around or under, NEVER through, the wall sleeve. The wire
should then be routed behind the front panel to the easily
accessible terminal connector.
(UNDER SLEEVE, BEHIND FRONT PANEL)
Terminal Wire Routing
A07074
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Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
for The Occupant
PERFORMANCE
APPLICATIONS AND ELECTRICAL DATA
A
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CONSTRUCTION
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APPLICATIONS AND ELECTRICAL DATA (CONT.)
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640
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11.3
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5,000
5.8
18.9
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MODEL NUMBER
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WATTS
CHASSIS RECEPSHIP WT. (lbs) TACLE
TYPE
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124 620/640 E2,496/3,036
12.2/13.2
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E-TAC
HEAT PUMP HEATING PERFORMANCE
Heat pump models offer substantial savings
over models with conventional electric
resistance heaters
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chassis can be replaced in minutes without
disrupting other occupants.
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units in the building. No dependency by
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CONSTRUCTION
RH Relative Humidity
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230
260
280
300
240
260
280
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If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
your options include:
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
your application.
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
replaced.
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
Gree GA series PTAC will fit into:
— The following major competitors’ wall
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
accessory retrofit kit is required.
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
extension (see accessory Friedrich
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
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Initial Cost Savings for the Building Owner
• No expensive component HVAC system
purchase
• No equipment room or maintenance
engineering staff
• Two--part delivery to minimize on--site
damage
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
place during construction; chassis that slides
in place after construction
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
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No bulky duct system
No separate equipment room
No water towers or additional cooling
equipment
No complex match--up of different HVAC
components
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wind, shade)
Optional architectural grille to permit custom
exterior appearance
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over models with conventional electric
resistance heaters
Individual units allow tenants to choose the
degree of comfort and operating economy.
Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete
chassis can be replaced in minutes without
disrupting other occupants.
Each unit operates independently of other
units in the building. No dependency by
building on central HVAC system.
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ADVANTAGES FOR NEW
CONSTRUCTION
Design Flexibility for the Architect/Engineer
INDOOR SOUND POWER DATA
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The Gree GA series Packaged Terminal Air
Conditioning (PTAC) unit is designed to meet the
needs of the architect, engineer, and contractor. For
unit installation, Gree’s expert support network will
assist in all applicable aspects of the construction
project, from preparing a budget to start-up.
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Home conversions and residential add--ons
NOMINAL SIZES (BELS)
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HEAT / COOL
Whether you are designing a new structure or
replacing packaged terminal air conditioning units in
an existing building, Gree GA Series will meet your
needs.
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Sound Transmission Coefficient (STC) = 23
NOTES:
1. The tables above indicate the approximate indoor and outdoor sound levels of an ETAC unit.
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building on central HVAC system.
of the unit generated condensate and blown in
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RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
the
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and a a unit
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condensate
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If you are replacing
in an existing
wall sleeve,
your options
include:
system
is recommended.
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
your application.
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
replaced.
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
Gree E-TAC will fit into:
— The following major competitors’ wall
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
accessory retrofit kit is required.
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
extension (see accessory Friedrich
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
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chassis can be replaced in minutes without
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If
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unita budget
is oversized
(cooling capacity is
from
preparing
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desired
temperature
too
quickly.
CONSTRUCTION
The
unit
will cycle
on Architect/Engineer
and off, however,
Design
Flexibility
for the
dehumidification only takes place when the unit is
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equipment
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problems
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complex
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of different
HVAC
associated
with undersizing or oversizing a PTAC
components
unit.• This
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be the cause
of insufficient
cooling,
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to building
orientation
(sun,
dehumidification,
or
heating.
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of air
wind, shade)
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vents, gapsgrille
around
windows
and
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architectural
to permit
custom
doors, and
improperly
sealed
floors,
ceilings
or
wall
exterior appearance
joints.
Initial Cost Savings for the Building Owner
• No expensive component HVAC system
purchase
• No equipment room or maintenance
engineering staff
• Two--part delivery to minimize on--site
damage
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
place during construction; chassis that slides
in place after construction
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or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
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HEAT PUMP
If a PTAC unit is undersized (cooling capacity is less
than
required
load for an application), the unit
NEW
CONSTRUCTION
will
not
be
able
cool the Terminal
space down
the desired
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NOMINAL SIZES (BELS)
HEAT / COOL
Installation instructions are shipped with all PTAC
Whether
are designing
a new structure
or
units.
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important
that air conditioning
systems be
replacing
packaged
terminal
air
conditioning
units
properly sized and installed for each application in
in
an existing
building,
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your
order
to achieve
the desired
humidity
needs. within the space to be conditioned. It is
levels
strongly
recommended
that a professional engineer
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and motels
match
the
PTAC
units
with
the building
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assisted structure
living and
care
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the building structure.
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APPLICATIONS
FIELD--INSTALLED ACCESSORIES
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OUTDOOR GRILLE SIZING
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IMPORTANT: If you wish to use a grille not made
for the Gree E-TAC contact Gree Application
Engineering.
The following guidelines must be followed in the
initial selection of any alternate exterior grille or
louver:
1. The louver must have a minimum of 65% free
area. Free area is the minimum area of the
opening in an air inlet or outlet in which air can
pass. Free Area (%) = X/Y.
2. The louver should be attached to the wall sleeve
in a manner that will prevent recirculation of
condenser discharge air into the inlet. In most
applications, baffles, splitters, and/or gasket
will be required between the chassis tube end
sheets and the louver to prevent air
recirculation.
The above criteria must be followed, since a louver
that is restrictive or allows re--circulation will result
in a reduction of the unit’s capacity and efficiency
and will ultimately shorten the compressor life.
X
Y
Y
X
Y
X
X
Louver Dimensional Reference
Sample Calculations
Free Area (%) =
x
x 100
y
x=1
y = 1.5
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following ventitation airflow is based on the vent door fully open and the indoor fan operating at HIGH
speed:
Cooling Capacity Size
7,000
9,000
12,000
15,000
Max Vent Aiflow (CFM)
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75
75
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an existing
existing wall
wall sleeve,
sleeve,
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your options
options include:
include:
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Replace the
the existing
existing wall
wall sleeve
sleeve with
with the
the
the
the polymer
polymer wall
wall sleeve.
sleeve. See
See accessory
accessory sleeve
sleeve
section
section for
for selecting
selecting the
the correct
correct sleeve
sleeve for
for
your
your application.
application.
NOTE:
NOTE: in
in most
most cases,
cases, when
when replacing
replacing the
the
wall
wall sleeve,
sleeve, the
the exterior
exterior grille
grille must
must also
also be
be
replaced.
replaced.
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an existing
existing sleeve
sleeve and
and exterior
exterior grille.
grille. The
The
Gree
Gree GA
E-TAC
series
will
PTAC
fit into:
will fit into:
The following
following major
major competitors’
competitors’ wall
wall
—
— The
sleeves/grilles:
sleeves/grilles: Carrier,
Carrier, GE,
GE, Amana,
Amana,
Trane,
Trane, Friedrich
Friedrich and
and Bryant,
Bryant, and
and NO
NO
accessory
accessory retrofit
retrofit kit
kit isis required.
required.
—
— Friedrich
Friedrich TT series
series and
and ZoneAire
ZoneAire wall
wall
sleeves,
sleeves, with
with aa required
required wall
wall sleeve
sleeve
extension
extension (see
(see accessory
accessory Friedrich
Friedrich
Retrofit Wall
Wall Sleeve
Sleeve Adapter).
Adapter).
Retrofit
ADVANTAGES
ADVANTAGES FOR
FOR NEW
NEW
CONSTRUCTION
CONSTRUCTION
Design
Design Flexibility
Flexibility for
for the
the Architect/Engineer
Architect/Engineer
••
••
••
••
••
••
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Heat
Heat pump
pump models
models offer
offer substantial
substantial savings
savings
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over models
models with
with conventional
conventional electric
electric
resistance
resistance heaters
heaters
Individual
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units allow
allow tenants
tenants to
to choose
choose the
the
degree
degree of
of comfort
comfort and
and operating
operating economy.
economy.
reduces downtime:
downtime: complete
complete
Rapid
Rapid servicing
servicing reduces
chassis
chassis can
can be
be replaced
replaced in
in minutes
minutes without
without
disrupting
disrupting other
other occupants.
occupants.
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unit operates
operates independently
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of other
other
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units in
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building. No
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dependency by
by
building
building on
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central HVAC
HVAC system.
system.
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shade)
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to permit
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Owner
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component HVAC
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place
place during
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place after
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construction
•• No
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Typical Wiring Schematic for Standard Units
systems
systems
(Except Models with 5KW Elec. Heaters)
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Whether you
you are
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designing aa new
new structure
structure or
or
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conditioning units
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APPLICATION
CONSIDERATIONS
TYPICAL
WIRING
SCHEMATIC FOR ENERGY
APPLICATIONS
Condensate
Removal
Installation
instructions
are
shipped
with all PTAC
Lower Operating
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MANAGEMENT
INTERFACE
Whether you are designing
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If a PTAC unit is undersized (cooling capacity is less
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NEW
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sprayed
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on the degree
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evaporation.
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comfortcoil
andfor
operating
economy.
providing
better
disposal
of
excess
condensate
and
• Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete
improving
unit
operating
efficiency.
chassis can be replaced in minutes without
disrupting
other occupants.
It is normal
and desirable
to have some condensate
water
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to boost
operating efficiency.
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unit pan
operates
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building.
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dependency
by
NOTE: This unit will not always evaporate 100%
building on central HVAC system.
of the unit generated condensate and blown in
rain water. If it is necessary to control 100% of
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
the
condensate, the Drain Kit (Part No.: DRAINKIT-4PK)
and a a unit
building
condensate
drain
If you are replacing
in an existing
wall sleeve,
FIELD-SUPPLIED
your options
include:
system
is recommended.
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TRANSFORMER
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sleeve with the
(SEEwall
NOTE 1)
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
your application.
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wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
B
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replaced.
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
Gree E-TAC will fit into:
— The following major competitors’ wall
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
accessory retrofit kit is required.
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sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
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extension
accessory Friedrich
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
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a PTAC
unita budget
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from
preparing
to start-up.
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unit will cool FOR
the space
ADVANTAGES
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desired
temperature
too
quickly.
CONSTRUCTION
B
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The
unit
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on Architect/Engineer
and off,
however,
Design
Flexibility
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No bulky
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climate
•
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separate
equipment
room
excessively humid, space.
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Air Infiltration
equipment
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complex
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of different
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associated
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components
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to building
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dehumidification,
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around
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architectural
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doors,
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ceilings
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wall
appearance
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Initial Cost Savings for the Building Owner
NOTES:
• No expensive component HVAC system
1. To size
transformer, use the following equation:
purchase
Quantity
ETAC units x 0.1VA
Size (VA)
• No of equipment
room= transformer
or maintenance
Example:
110
ETAC
units
x
0.1VA
=
11
VA
(24V) Transformer
engineering staff
2. Following are recommended wire sizes:
• Two--part delivery to minimize on--site
Recommend 20 AWG wire (or larger) for wire runs up to
2,000damage
feet in length
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
place during construction; chassis that slides
in place after construction
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
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GA
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E-TAC
units. It is important that air conditioning systems be
replacing sized
packaged
terminal air
units in
properly
and installed
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each
in
FRONTapplication
DESK SWITCH PANEL
an existing
building,
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order
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the desired
humidity
needs. within
ROOM 10the
0
ROOM 101 It is
levels
space to be conditioned.
strongly
recommended
that a professional engineer
• Hotels
and motels
match
the
PTAC
units
with
the building
• Nursing homes and
assisted structure
living and
care
climate. centers
The • following
Offices application considerations are all
important in choosing the proper PTAC system for
• Apartments
the building structure.
• Single--family dwellings
• Home conversions and residential add--ons
Undersizing
TYPICAL WIRING SCHEMATIC FOR MULTIPLE E-TACS
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2. Maximum of 4 E-TAC units can be connected to one single wall
thermostat.
3. Wall thermostat wire is field-supplied and should be 18 to
20 gauge solid thermostat wire.
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PACKAGED
TERMINAL COOLING UNIT
APPLICATIONS
WITH
HEAT PUMP OR ELECTRIC HEATING
Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
Whether you are designing a new structure or
for The Occupant
E-TAC
HVAC
Specifications
replacingGuide
packaged
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Size
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an existing building, Gree E-TAC will meet your
pump models
offer substantial
Part• 2 Heat
— Chassis
Description
savings
over models with conventional electric
2.1 General:
resistance heaters
The • chassis
shall
a tenants
factoryIndividual
unitsbe
allow
to-assembled,
choose the
single--piece
and/or
cooling unit,
that is
degreeheating
of comfort
and operating
economy.
simple to install and operate. Just slide the chassis
• Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete
into a wall sleeve, plug it into an outlet, and operate
chassis can be replaced in minutes without
after installation. The chassis dimensions shall not
disrupting other occupants.
exceed 42” (1067 mm) wide and 16“ (406 mm) high
•
Each
unit inoperates
independently
other
with room
cabinet
place. The
chassis shallofconsist
units
in
the
building.
No
dependency
by
of the following functional sections and components:
building on central HVAC system.
A. Certifications:
System shall be approved and certified by UL &
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
UL, Canada. Chassis shall meet ASHRAE Standard
If you
unit inefficiency.
an existing wall sleeve,
90.1are
forreplacing
minimumaenergy
your
options
include:
B. Operating Characteristics:
• Replace
thecapable
existing
wall sleeve
with the
Chassis
shall be
of starting
and running
at
polymer
wall sleeve.
See accessory
sleeve
115˚ Fthe(46.1˚
C) ambient
outdoor
temperature
per
section
forcriteria
selecting
the Standard
correct sleeve
maximum
load
of ARI
310/380.for
your
application.
C. Electrical:
NOTE:
in most
cases,
the
The power
cord will
be 58”
(1473when
mm) replacing
for 208/230v
wall
sleeve,
the
exterior
grille
must
also
be
models or 15“ (381 mm) for 265v models. The
replaced.
Hardwire kit accessory will provide 36” (914 mm)
Use anconduit.
existingThe
sleeve
and exterior
grille.shall
The
of• flexible
chassis
current draw
Gree E-TAC
fit into:
be specified
on thewill
chassis
nameplate and match
electrical
requirements
specified
on the wall
Contract
following major
competitors’
— The
drawingsleeves/grilles:
schedule and specifications.
Carrier, GE, Amana,
The power
cordFriedrich
plug configuration
Trane,
and Bryant,shall
and conform
NO
to NEMA
standards
andkitthe
rating shall support
accessory
retrofit
is required.
the current
draw ofT the
electric
— Friedrich
series
and resistance
ZoneAire heater.
wall
For 265v
installations,
codes require
use of
sleeves,
with aULrequired
wall the
sleeve
an electrical
equipped
for Friedrich
power cord
extension
(see subbase
accessory
usage Retrofit
or hardwire
conduit
for non--corded
Wall Sleeve
Adapter).
installations.
D. Safeties:
Compressor shall have automatic reset, over
temperature and over current protection. The fan
motors shall have an inherent, automatic reset
over temperature protection. The electric heater
shall have two over temperature protectors.
needs.
Cooling:
7,200 to 15,000 Btuh
Electrical
Heating:5,600
• Hotels
and motels to 17,100 Btuh
Heat• Pump:
6,100
to 13,800
Nursing homes
and Btuh
assisted living care
Model Numbers:
centers
Cooling
with Electric Heat
• Offices
Heat• Pump
with Electric Heat
Apartments
• Single--family dwellings
Part• 1 Home
— System
Description
conversions
and residential add--ons
Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners shall be of the
sizes and capacities as shown on the contract drawing
NEW CONSTRUCTION
schedule and in the specifications.
The Gree
E-TAC
Packaged
Terminal
Air Conditioning
System
shall
be tested
to insure
no water
infiltration
(E-TAC)
unit
is
designed
to
meet
the
needs
of per
the
into the room, when tested at eight inches of rain
architect,
For unit
hour
with 40engineer,
mph (64.4and
KPh)contractor.
wind.
installation, Gree’s expert support network will assist
The complete system shall consist of the following:
in all applicable aspects of the construction project,
A.
Packaged
Heat
Pump or Heat/Cool
from
preparingTerminal
a budget to
start-up.
Chassis : See section 2 -- Chassis Description
B.
Power Cord orFOR
Hardwire
ADVANTAGES
NEWKit shall provide the
power
connection
to
the
unit.
CONSTRUCTION
C.
Insulated
Polymer
Sleeve shall provide
Design
Flexibility
for Wall
the Architect/Engineer
excellent thermal insulation, be textured to hide
• Whisper--quiet performance, indoors and out
scratches and prevent shine, will have superior
• No noise
bulky duct
systemand shall be corrosion
outdoor
absorption
•
No
separate
equipment
roomThe Wall Sleeve
free for the life of the product.
• No
towers
or (1067
additional
cooling
must
have water
dimensions
of 42”
mm) width
x
equipment
16“ (406
mm) height x 14--7/8” (377.8 mm) depth
and
be complex
shipped with
• No
match-a-uprear
of weather
different barrier
HVAC
installed.
components
D. Wall
Sleeve
Moldingtoshall
trim the
wall sleeve
to
• Less
sensitivity
building
orientation
(sun,
the existing
wall to hide wall imperfections and
wind, shade)
irregularities
to the sleeve
opening.
• Optionaldue
architectural
grille
to permit custom
E. Outdoor
Polymer
Louvered Grille shall resist
exterior
appearance
corrosion, breakage and match the color specified
Initial Cost Savings for the Building Owner
on drawing schedule and specifications.
• No expensive component HVAC system
F. Subbase will support the wall sleeve when it
purchase
extends into the room more than 4“ (101.6 mm).
• No equipment
maintenance
Subbase
must comeroom
fromor the
factory
engineering
staff
pre-assembled, (size as specified on drawing
• Two-and
-partspecifications).
delivery to minimize on--site
schedule
damage
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
place during construction; chassis that slides
in place after construction
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
42
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43
A
THERMOSTAT
enabled
or
disabled,
EMERGENCY HEAT (for heatpumps), and 4
Lower
Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
optional SETPOINT LIMIT selections.
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for The Occupant
• Heat
models offer
substantial
Fan
cycle pump
configuration
switches,
will savings
allow
over
models
with
conventional
electric
continuous fan operation for maximum comfort
or
cycleresistance
operationheaters
for maximum energy savings.
Settings
can beunits
different
both toheating
• Individual
allowfor
tenants
chooseand
the
cooling
operations,
forand
maximum
degree
of comfort
operating comfort
economy.and
efficiency.
• Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete
chassis can be replaced in minutes without
All standard
shall have Temperature
disrupting models
other occupants.
Limiting
control,
with
easy to configure
• Each unit operates four
independently
of other
settings.
Temperature
limiting
a room
units in the building. No allows
dependency
by
temperature
range
to
be
set
to
avoid
extreme
building on central HVAC system.
temperature settings and to maximize savings.
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
Emergency Heat Switch (Heat Pump Models
If you
are shall
replacing
a unit
an existing wall
sleeve,
Only)
disable
thein compressor
in heating
your
options
include:
mode and only allow the use of electric heat
during
heating the
cycles.
The Emergency
Heat
switch
• Replace
existing
wall sleeve
with
the
is active
at all outdoor
ambientSee
temperatures.
the polymer
wall sleeve.
accessory sleeve
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
All units
be capable of interfacing to a wall
your shall
application.
thermostat;
blank
out when
label to
cover the
NOTE:have
in amost
cases,
replacing
the
control
for the
wallexterior
thermostat
applications;
wallpanel
sleeve,
grille must
also be
and have
a removable wall thermostat terminal
replaced.
block,
to
No additional
• Use ansimplify
existing field
sleevewiring.
and exterior
grille. The
field--installed
kits
shall
be
required.
Gree E-TAC will fit into:
— The following major competitors’ wall
Wall thermostat
interface
shall GE,
provide
two fan
sleeves/grilles:
Carrier,
Amana,
speed selections
to
maximize
comfort.
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
accessory retrofit kit is required.
Compatible with 2 wire central desk control
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
systems.
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
extension (see accessory Friedrich
Freeze Guard to automatically activate the electric
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
heater and indoor fan to warm the room, to
prevent damage from freezing temperatures.
Freeze guard will be active as long as there is
power supplied to the unit. Unit shall have the
ability to disable Freeze guard, if needed.
43 44
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Unit shall have the option to display temperature
in ˚F or ˚C.
Unit will have memory; in case power is lost, unit
will return to all previous settings.
Unit will have a random compressor restart after a
power outage, to prevent power surges due to
many units turning on at the same time.
Room temperature sensing shall use a Solid state
thermostat control.
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E.
Air Flow System:
APPLICATIONS
For superior sound and comfort, the airflow
Whether
are consist
designingof a two,
new structure
or
system you
shall
direct--drive
replacing
packaged
terminalfan
air motors.
conditioning
units in
permanently
lubricated
The outdoor
an fan
existing
Greespeed,
E-TAC
will
meet your
motor building,
will be single
with
a dynamically
balanced, corrosion resistant, multi-blade axial
needs.
flow
withmotels
integrated slinger ring. The indoor
• design,
Hotels and
fan motor will be three speeds, with a dynamically
• Nursing homes and assisted living care
balanced aluminum, tangential blower wheel, to
assurecenters
uniform air distribution and optimal sound.
• Offices
Both
Fan Motors shall be of an enclosed design to
• Apartments
reduce
the effects of moisture and corrosion.
• Single--family
dwellings
F. Compressor
& Refrigerant:
The
rotary-conversions
-type Compressor
shall addbe-ons
fully
• Home
and residential
hermetic with internal and external vibration
isolation. The refrigeration system will be sealed
NEW
CONSTRUCTION
and contain a full refrigerant charge (R410A).
TheCoils:
Gree E-TAC Packaged Terminal Air Conditioning
G.
(E-TAC)
unit and
is designed
to meet
thebeneeds
of the
Condenser
evaporator
coils to
constructed
architect,
engineer, copper
and and
contractor.
unit
of high-efficiency
aluminum, For
necessary
installation,
Gree’s
expert
support
network
will
assist
to achieve EER and COP rating, as specified on
in the
all applicable
aspects
chassis name
plate.of the construction project,
from
preparing
a
budget
to start-up.
H. Factory--Installed Electric
Heater:
The factory--installed, open coil type, electric
ADVANTAGES FOR NEW
heater is standard in heat/cool and heat pump
CONSTRUCTION
chassis. The electric heater shall contain both an
Design
Flexibility
forathe
automatic
reset and
one-Architect/Engineer
-shot over temperature
protection
device.
heating indoors
capacityand
of out
the
• Whisper-quiet The
performance,
electric
heater
shall
be
as
identified
on
the
• No bulky duct system
Contract
drawing
schedule
• No separate
equipment
room and in the
specifications.
• No water towers or additional cooling
I. Controls:
equipment
All standard models shall be equipped with
• No complex match--up of different HVAC
electronics, for added features and improved
components
reliability of the unit.
• Less sensitivity to building orientation (sun,
wind, shade)
The chassis
shall have an easy to operate, user
• Optional
architectural
permittocustom
friendly,
electronic
display grille
with to
simple
push,
appearance
large exterior
digital buttons.
All controls will be easily
accessible
covered
hinged door.
Owner
Initial
Cost and
Savings
for by
thea Building
• No expensive component HVAC system
The mode
selection control shall consist of OFF,
purchase
FAN ONLY, HEAT, COOL and DRY operations.
• No equipment room or maintenance
There will be 3 optional Fan Speed Options, LOW,
engineering staff
MED or HIGH. The temperature selection will be
• Two--part
delivery
to simple
minimize
on--site
controlled
by color
coded,
to operate
damage
warmer and cooler buttons. The upper and lower
• Weather-protected limits,
wall sleeve
in
setpoint
temperature
can that
be goes
easily
place during construction; chassis that slides
configured.
in place after construction
All
shall have
a configuration
dipswitch,
• models
No seasonal
changeover
required for
cooling
easilyoraccessible
for optimal
comfort settings,
heating -- units
are self--contained
comfort
CONTINUOUS
systems or CYCLE fan mode in HEATING,
CONTINUOUS or CYCLE fan mode in COOLING,
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panel shall be constructed of a polymer material to
Whether
you areand
designing
or
resist breakage
corrosion.a Itnew
shallstructure
have a front
replacing
packaged
air conditioning
unitsand
in
louvered
surface terminal
with integrated
control door
an air
existing
Gree shall
E-TAC
will meet
your
filters. building,
The air filters
be easily
accessible
without removing the front panel from the chassis.
needs.
K. Air
The
chassis shall contain air filters,
• Filters:
Hotels and
motels
with
a
minimum
of
arrestance
ASHRAE
• Nursing homes40%
and
assistedperliving
care
Standard
52.1.
Two
easily
accessible
front
access
centers
supply air filters, shall be interchangeable,
• Offices
washable
and permanent type. The vent filter shall
•
Apartments
be a one--piece, removable and washable type
• Single--family dwellings
filter.
• -Directional
Home conversions
andGrille:
residential
add--ons
L. BiDischarge
Bi--directional
polymer discharge grille shall resist corrosion and
breakage.
It shall be easily set to direct air at 40
NEW
CONSTRUCTION
degrees from horizontal or 80 degrees from
Thehorizontal.
Gree E-TAC
Packaged
Terminal Air
Conditioning
This
non--metallic
discharge
grille
(E-TAC)
unit
is
designed
to
meet
the
needs
of
the
shall be cool to the touch during the heating cycle.
architect, engineer, and contractor. For unit
M.Ventilation: The chassis shall have a manual
installation, Gree’s expert support network will assist
adjustable fresh air vent with a concealed manual
in all applicable aspects of the construction project,
control. The vent control shall allow a maximum
from
a budget
to start-up.
of preparing
up to 65 CFM
of fresh
air to be drawn into the
room when the indoor fan is operating and the
ADVANTAGES FOR NEW
door is open.
CONSTRUCTION
N. High Efficiency Condensate Removal System:
Design
Flexibility
the Architect/Engineer
The chassis
shallforhave
a condensate removal
• Whisper-quietofperformance,
indoors
and out
system
consisting
a slinger ring
integrated
in
the
fan,
to disperse
• outdoor
No bulky
duct
system condensate onto the
condenser
coil to be
evaporated.
• No separate
equipment
room
O. Accessories:
• No water towers or additional cooling
1. Hardwire
kit (PN: HARDWIRE-KIT-xxxV)
equipment
shall
be
required
if an-up
accessory
powerHVAC
cord
• No complex matchof different
is components
not used. The hardwire kit provides a
permanent connection to the unit and shall have
• Less sensitivity to building orientation (sun,
36” (914 mm) of flexible steel conduit and a
wind, shade)
plug-in connector for easy connect/disconnect.
• Optional architectural grille to permit custom
2. Insulated Polymer Wall Sleeve (PN:
exterior appearance
SLEEVE-INSUL-1PK) shall be made from a
Owner
Initial
Cost Savings
for the
Building
molded
polymer,
with
factory
installed
• insulation
No expensive
component
HVAC system
and a minimum
flammability
rating
of purchase
UL94-5V. The sleeve surface shall be
to prevent shine
and hide
room
or scratches.
maintenance
• textured
No equipment
3. Deep
Wall Metal
engineering
staff Wall Sleeve (up to 28” /
mm.)
SLEEVE-1PK)onshall
• 711.2
Two-part (PN:
delivery
to -EXTxxminimize
-site
be damage
a one-- piece, extended wall sleeve, with
factory installed insulation and deep wall
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
baffles integrated.
place during construction; chassis that slides
in place after construction
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
4. Sleeve Molding (PN: SLEEVE--MOLDING)
shall trim the wall sleeve to the existing wall to
Lower
Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
hide wall joints and irregularities due to the
for The
Occupant
sleeve
opening.
•
Heat
pump Grille
models(PN:GRILLEoffer substantial
savings
5. Architectural
-PLA--xxxxx
or
over
models
with
conventional
GRILLE--ALU--xxxxx) shall be polymeric forelectric
long
resistance
durable
life orheaters
painted aluminum for a superior
• color
Individual
allow tenants to choose the
match tounits
the building.
degree
of
comfort
and operating economy.
6. Subbase (PN: PTAC-SUBBASE-A):
Non• electrical
Rapid servicing
reduces
downtime:
complete
subbase shall
provide
mechanical
can
be
replaced
in
minutes
chassis
support and adjustable legs for leveling. without
other occupants.
thedisrupting
subbase. Access
electrical modules below:
• Each unit operates independently of other
230V
Receptacle
Module (PN:
units
in the building.
No PTACdependency by
REC-230Vxx-A):
208/230V
outlet
receptacle
building on central HVAC system.
module (available in 15, 20, or 30amp
configurations) that mounts in the subbase.
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
265V Receptacle Module (PN: PTACIf you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
REC-265Vxx-A): 265V outlet receptacle
your options include:
module (available in 15, 20, or 30amp
• configurations)
Replace the that
existing
wall
sleeve
with the
mounts
in the
subbase.
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
Disconnect Switch (PN: PTAC-SWITCH-A):
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
Two
(2)application.
pole power disconnect switch (DPST)
your
module
that
in cases,
the subbase.
NOTE: mount
in most
when replacing the
Fuse
(PN:
PTAC-FUSE-xxA):
wallProtection
sleeve, the
exterior
grille must also be
Fuse
module (available in 15, 20, or 30amp)
replaced.
over-current
The The
• provides
Use anin-line
existing
sleeve andprotection.
exterior grille.
module
thefitsubbase
Gree mounts
E-TAC in
will
into: and contains a
cartridge-style fuse.
— The following major competitors’ wall
Kit (PN: DRAIN-KIT-1PK):
7. Drainsleeves/grilles:
Carrier, GE, This
Amana,
universal
drain
kit shalland
be used
internally
or
Trane,
Friedrich
Bryant,
and NO
externally
to route
excess
condensate
accessory
retrofit
kit is
required. to a central
drainage
system.T The
drain
include both
— Friedrich
series
andkitZoneAire
wall a
straight
tube and
a 90˚bend
tube. wall sleeve
sleeves,
with
a required
extension (see accessory Friedrich
Thermostats
8. Wall Retrofit
Wall Sleeve Adapter).
A. Wireless Wall Thermostat (PN: TT-N631W)
The wireless digial wall thermostat and receiver
module provide maximum temperature control
without pulling wires. The non-programmable
wall thermostat comes complete with LCD
display, backlighting and two speed fan
control.
B. Wired Wall Thermostats (PN: TT-N-411 &
PN: TT-N-421) The digital wall thermostat shall
have a large LCD display with backlighting,
operate with 24VAC, be non-programmable,
easy to use and provide maximum guest comfort.
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3.0 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND
HANDLING
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Chassis shall be capable of withstanding
temperatures from --40˚ F to 155˚ F (--40˚ C to
68.3˚ C), at 5 to 95 percent RH, non--condensing,
during shipment and storage, without component
failure.
The packaging of the chassis shall be sufficient to
protect the chassis from damage during shipment via
an enclosed truck. Chassis must also be able to
withstand an impact force of 8 g’s and a random
continuous force of 1g, during shipping.
Chassis, wall sleeves, and grilles shall be shipped in
separate cartons. Universal handling instructions
shall be defined and visible on the carton, from front,
back and sides.
E-TAC
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Chassis must be stored and left in a horizontal
position for serveral hours before attempting to
engage or start unit.
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Edition Date: 10/13
Manufacturer reserves the right to change, at any time, specifications and designs without notice and without obligations.
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Lower Operating Costs and Reliable Comfort
Whether you are designing a new structure or
for
The Occupant
NOTES:
replacing packaged terminal air conditioning units in
• Heat pump models offer substantial savings
________________________________________________________________________________________
an existing building, Gree E-TAC will meet your
over models with conventional electric
needs.
resistance heaters
________________________________________________________________________________________
• Hotels and motels
• Individual units allow tenants to choose the
• Nursing homes and assisted living care
degree of comfort and operating economy.
centers
________________________________________________________________________________________
• Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete
• Offices
chassis can be replaced in minutes without
• Apartments
________________________________________________________________________________________
disrupting other occupants.
• Single--family dwellings
• Each unit operates independently of other
• Home conversions and residential add--ons
________________________________________________________________________________________
units in the building. No dependency by
building on central HVAC system.
________________________________________________________________________________________
NEW
CONSTRUCTION
3.0
DELIVERY,
STORAGE, AND
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
The Gree E-TAC Packaged Terminal Air Conditioning
HANDLING
If you are replacing a unit in an existing wall sleeve,
________________________________________________________________________________________
(E-TAC) unit is designed to meet the needs of the
Chassis
shall
be capable of withstanding
The packaging of the chassis shall be sufficient to
your options
include:
architect, engineer, and contractor. For unit
temperatures from --40˚ F to 155˚ F (--40˚ C to
protect the chassis from damage during shipment via
• Replace the existing wall sleeve with the
installation, Gree’s expert support network will assist
________________________________________________________________________________________
68.3˚ C), at 5 to 95 percent RH, non--condensing,
an enclosed truck. Chassis must also be able to
the polymer wall sleeve. See accessory sleeve
in all applicable aspects of the construction project,
during shipment and storage, without component
withstand an impact force of 8 g’s and a random
section for selecting the correct sleeve for
from
preparing
a
budget
to
start-up.
failure.
continuous force of 1g, during shipping.
________________________________________________________________________________________
your application.
Chassis,
wall
sleeves,
and
grilles
shall
be
shipped
in
ADVANTAGES FOR NEW
NOTE: in most cases, when replacing the
separate
cartons. Universal handling instructions
________________________________________________________________________________________
wall sleeve, the exterior grille must also be
CONSTRUCTION
shall be defined and visible on the carton, from front,
replaced.
Design
for the Architect/Engineer
back
andFlexibility
sides.
• Use an existing sleeve and exterior grille. The
________________________________________________________________________________________
• Whisper--quiet performance, indoors and out
Gree E-TAC will fit into:
• No bulky duct system
— The following major competitors’ wall
________________________________________________________________________________________
• No separate equipment room
sleeves/grilles: Carrier, GE, Amana,
• No water towers or additional cooling
Trane, Friedrich and Bryant, and NO
________________________________________________________________________________________
equipment
accessory retrofit kit is required.
• No complex match--up of different HVAC
NOTES:
— Friedrich T series and ZoneAire wall
components
________________________________________________________________________________________
sleeves, with a required wall sleeve
• Less sensitivity to building orientation (sun,
extension (see accessory Friedrich
wind, shade)
Retrofit Wall Sleeve Adapter).
________________________________________________________________________________________
• Optional architectural grille to permit custom
exterior appearance
________________________________________________________________________________________
Initial Cost Savings for the Building Owner
Copyright 2013 Gree Electric Appliance Inc.
Printed in U.S.A.
Edition Date: 10/13
Catalog No. PTAC-GB-5PD
• No expensive component HVAC system
________________________________________________________________________________________
Manufacturer reserves the right to change, at any time, specifications and designs without notice and without obligations.
purchase
• No equipment room or maintenance
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engineering staff
• Two--part delivery to minimize on--site
________________________________________________________________________________________
damage
• Weather--protected wall sleeve that goes in
________________________________________________________________________________________
place during construction; chassis that slides
in place after construction
________________________________________________________________________________________
• No seasonal changeover required for cooling
or heating -- units are self--contained comfort
systems
________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________
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E-TAC
APPLICATIONS
3.0 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND
HANDLING
The packaging of the chassis shall be sufficient to
protect the chassis from damage during shipment via
an enclosed truck. Chassis must also be able to
withstand an impact force of 8 g’s and a random
continuous force of 1g, during shipping.
Chassis, wall sleeves, and grilles shall be shipped in
separate cartons. Universal handling instructions
shall be defined and visible on the carton, from front,
back and sides.
Chassis shall be capable of withstanding
temperatures from --40˚ F to 155˚ F (--40˚ C to
68.3˚ C), at 5 to 95 percent RH, non--condensing,
during shipment and storage, without component
failure.
GA
NOTES:
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Copyright 2015 Gree Electric Appliance Inc
Printed in U.S.A. Edition Date:9/15
Manufacturer reserves the right to change, at any time, specifications and designs without notice and without obligations.
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