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HE H-SERIES CONDENSING UNIT
PLEASE NOTE:
New store installations with refrigerated systems for CA beginning 1/1/2022 must not exceed 50 lbs of charge and use a
refrigerant below 2,200 GWP. Systems greater than 50 lbs charge require refrigerants below 150 GWP. Existing store
compliance for CA requires weighted average GWP of refrigerants used to less than 1,400 GWP for the the fleet by 2030 or a
55% reduction of overall GHGp (charge not relevant).
Installation & Operation Manual
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MANUAL - IO H-SERIES CONDENSING UNITS
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AVERTISSEMENT
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Read the safety information completely and carefully.
The precautions and use of the procedures described
herein are intended to use the product correctly and
safely. Comply with the precautions described below to
protect you and others from possible injuries. Relative to
their potential danger, the relevant matters are divided
into four parts as defined by ANSI Z535.5
ANSI Z535.5 DEFINITIONS
!
• DANGER – Indicate[s] a hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, will result in death or
serious injury.
! • WARNING – Indicate[s] a hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, could result in death or
! serious
injury.
!
! • CAUTION – Indicate[s] a hazardous situation
if not avoided, could result in minor
! which,
or moderate injury.
!
• NOTICE
! – Not related to personal injury – Indicates[s]
situations, which if not avoided, could result in damage to equipment.
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Environmental Concerns
Hussmann recommends responsible handling of refrigerants that contain Chlorine, Fluorine and Carbon (CFCs)
and those that contain Hydrogen, Chlorine, Fluorine, and
Carbon (HCFCs). Only certified technicians may handle
these refrigerants. All technicians must be aware and
follow the requirements set forth by the Federal Clean Air
Act (Section 608) for any service procedure being performed on this equipment that involves refrigerant. Additionally, some states have other requirements that must be
adhered to for responsible management of refrigerants.
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PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT (PPE)
Only qualified personnel should install and service
this equipment. Personal Protection Equipment
(PPE) is required whenever servicing this equipment. Wear safety glasses, gloves, protective
boots or shoes, long pants, and a long-sleeve
shirt as required when working with this equipment. Observe all precautions on tags, stickers,
labels and literature attached to this equipment.
Contractors shall strictly adhere to specifications
provided by the Engineer of Record (EOR), as
well as US Environmental Protection Agency regulations, OSHA regulations, and all other federal,
state and local codes. This work should only be
done by qualified, licensed contractors. There are
numerous hazards, not limited to, but including:
burns due to high temperatures, high pressures,
toxic substances, electrical arcs and shocks,
very heavy equipment with specific lift points and
structural constraints, food and product damage or
contamination, public safety, noise, and possible
environmental damage. Never leave operating
compressors unattended during the manual softstart process. Always power rocker switches off
when unattended.
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Proper Field Wiring and Grounding Required!
Failure to follow code could result in death
or serious injury. All field wiring MUST be
performed by qualified personnel. Improperly
installed and grounded field wiring poses FIRE
and ELECTROCUTION hazards. To avoid these
hazards, you MUST follow requirements for field
wiring installation and grounding as described in
NEC and your local/state electrical codes.
August 31, 2018
This warning does not mean that Hussmann products
will cause cancer or reproductive harm, or is in
violation of any product-safety standards or
requirements. As clarified by the California State
government, Proposition 65 can be considered more of
a ‘right to know’ law than a pure product safety law.
When used as designed, Hussmann believes that our
products are not harmful. We provide the Proposition
65 warning to stay in compliance with California State
law. It is your responsibility to provide accurate
Proposition 65 warning labels to your customers when
necessary. For more information on Proposition 65,
please visit the California State government website.
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— LOCK OUT / TAG OUT —
To avoid serious injury or death from electrical
shock, always disconnect the electrical power at
the main disconnect when servicing or replacing
any electrical component. This includes, but is
not limited to, such items as controllers, electrical
panels, condensers, lights, fans, and heaters.
This manual was written in accordance with
originally perscribed equipment that is subject
to change. Hussmann reserves the right to
change all or part of the equipment for future
stores such as, but not limited to, controllers,
valves and electrical specifications. It is the
installers responsibility to reference the refrigeration drawings supplied for each installation, as
directed by the Engineer of Record.
This equipment is prohibited from use in California
with any refrigerants on the “List of Prohibited
Substances” for that specific end-use, per
California Code of Regulations, title 17, section
95374.
Use in other locations is limited to refrigerants
permitted by country, state, or local laws and is
the responsibility of the installer/end-user to ensure
only permitted refrigerants are used.
This disclosure statement has been reviewed and
approved by Hussmann and Hussmann attests,
under penalty of perjury, that these statements
are true and accurate.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
MODEL NUMBERING SYSTEM................................................................................................... 6
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS................................................................................................. 7
SHIPPING DAMAGE................................................................................................................. 7
Apparent Loss or Damage...................................................................................................... 7
Concealed Loss or Damage..................................................................................................... 7
RIGGING AND LIFTING.......................................................................................................... 7
MACHINE ROOM REQUIREMENTS..................................................................................... 8
UNIT PLACEMENT................................................................................................................... 8
SHIPPING BLOCK REMOVAL....................................................................................................... 9
Minimum Allowable Clearances / Piping Considerations......................................................... 9
TWO-TIER APPLICATION......................................................................................................10
RECEIVER CAPACITY.............................................................................................................10
PRESSURE RELIEF.................................................................................................................10
WATER COOLED CONDENSER............................................................................................10
REFRIGERATION PROCESS........................................................................................................11
OVERVIEW................................................................................................................................11
REFRIGERATION CYCLE.......................................................................................................12
HEAT RECLAIM VALVE..........................................................................................................13
DEMAND COOLING................................................................................................................14
The System Parts.........................................................................................................................14
Component Testing................................................................................................................15
Alarm Circuit...............................................................................................................................15
Alarm Relay.................................................................................................................................15
Operational Notes.................................................................................................................16
COMPONENT PIPING...................................................................................................................17
OVERVIEW......................................................................................................................................17
REFRIGERATION LINE RUNS...............................................................................................17
Through Walls or Floors........................................................................................................17
From Machine to Solid Object...............................................................................................18
P-Trap Construction..............................................................................................................18
Reduced Riser........................................................................................................................18
Factory Supplied Stubs..........................................................................................................18
Protecting Valves and Clamps................................................................................................18
Connecting Remote Condenser...............................................................................................18
Purge Valve Location.............................................................................................................18
MERCHANDISER PIPING......................................................................................................20
Suction Line.................................................................................................................................20
Liquid Line – Off Time and Electric Defrost..........................................................................20
Field Connections of Heat Reclaim........................................................................................20
SPECIAL PIPING FOR OPEN ROOMS........................................................................................20
RUN LENGTHS AND EQUIVALENT FEET...........................................................................20
INSULATION............................................................................................................................20
REFRIGERANT LINE SIZING................................................................................................21
General Information..............................................................................................................21
Refrigeration Line Stubs Out.................................................................................................21
Condenser Line Sizing...........................................................................................................21
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ELECTRICAL................................................................................................................................. 22
OVERVIEW............................................................................................................................... 22
GUIDELINES FOR FIELD WIRING...................................................................................... 22
Unit Cooler Fan Wiring............................................................................................................... 22
Evaporator Mounted Liquid Line Solenoid............................................................................ 22
Cooler Door Switch Wiring.................................................................................................. 22
Sizing Wire and Overcurrent Protectors................................................................................ 22
Defrost Controls................................................................................................................... 22
Other Controls..................................................................................................................... 22
ABOUT THESE ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS......................................................................... 22
Electrical Diagrams.............................................................................................................. 23
START-UP ..................................................................................................................................... 38
Leak Testing ....................................................................................................................... 38
Test Charge.......................................................................................................................... 38
Oil Levels................................................................................................................................... 38
Evacuation........................................................................................................................................ 39
Setup.................................................................................................................................... 39
Procedure.................................................................................................................................... 39
Pre-Charge Check List......................................................................................................... 39
Charging.............................................................................................................................. 39
Winter Charge............................................................................................................................ 39
Compressor Motor Rotation (Scroll)........................................................................................... 39
Final Checks......................................................................................................................... 39
MAINTENANCE............................................................................................................................. 42
COMPRESSOR REPLACEMENT.......................................................................................... 42
REPLACING DRIER AND FILTER CORES.......................................................................... 42
APPENDIX A – DIMENSION DRAWINGS.................................................................................. 43
TROUBLESHOOTING INFORMATION..................................................................................... 91
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE..................................................................................................... 92
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NOTE:
These refrigeration systems are not intended for use in Walk-in Coolers of Freezers where
US Department of Energy (DOE) or Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) efficiency
requirements apply.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
SHIPPING DAMAGE
All equipment should be thoroughly examined for
shipping damage before and while unloading. This
equipment has been carefully inspected at our factory
and the carrier has assumed responsibility for safe
arrival. If damaged, either apparent or concealed, claim
must be made to the carrier.
Apparent Loss or Damage
If there is an obvious loss or damage, it must be noted
on the freight bill or express receipt and signed by the
carrier’s agent, otherwise, carrier may refuse claim. The
carrier will supply the necessary claim forms.
Concealed Loss or Damage
When loss or damage is not apparent until after
equipment is uncrated, a claim for concealed damage
is made. Upon discovering damage, make request in
writing to carrier for inspection within 15 days and
retain all packing. The carrier will supply inspection
report and required claim forms.
RIGGING AND LIFTING
Under no circumstances should the manifolds, piping
return blends or control panel be used for lifting or
moving the unit. Use lifting eyes provided on two tier
units. On singles tier units, secure lifting hooks to the
under side of the base, or use the holes provided in the
base. The installer is responsible to see that equipment
used to move the unit is operated within its limits.
1 ½ times overall
unit height
minimum
Spreader bar =
unit width + 1 in.
Secure lifting hooks on
underside of base where
sheet metal ends.
Figure 1-1 Rigging and Lifting
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MACHINE ROOM REQUIREMENTS
The equipment room floor must solidly support the compressor unit as a live load. Ground level
installation seldom presents problems, but a mezzanine installation must be carefully engineered.
Equipment must be located in the machine room to provide enough working space for service
personnel, and to meet electrical codes.
When a Remote Condenser Unit, Satellite Unit or a Water Cooled Condensing Unit is installed, the
ventilation should be 100 cfm per compressor unit horsepower. The air inlet should be sized for a
maximum of 600 fpm velocity (0.5 ft² of air intake per compressor unit horsepower).
The Indoor Condensing Unit ventilation should be 750 to 1,000 cfm with 2 to 2.5 ft² of air intake
per compressor unit horsepower. The ventilation fans should cycle by thermostatic control. All
machine room ventilation equipment must be field supplied. Check local codes for variances. Proper
ventilation provides airflow across the compressors. Duct work may be necessary.
Provide a floor drain for disposal of condensate that may form on the compressor unit or header
defrost assembly.
Consult NEC National Fire Handbook, particularly “Installation of Switch Boards” and “Working
Space Requirements.” Refer to local codes for each installation. Reference individual drawings
shown in the Appendix.
SHIPPING BLOCK REMOVAL
Hard mounting is standard on all units. All piping was carefully design to absorb the vibration that is
generated by the compressor and fan motors.
When the spring mounting kit (optional) is installed, the unit is shipped with blocks under each
compressor foot to prevent transit damage.
Loosen the mounting spring nuts at least one full turn and remove the blocks. Adjust the torque on the
mounting spring nuts so that the compressor feet are 1 inch above the unit’s base.
UNIT PLACEMENT
When setting the units, plan in relation to the rest of the equipment to be installed and existing
structures. Some minimum and maximum distances are listed. Note: Piping equivalent is not the
same as linear distance.
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MINIMUM ALLOWABLE CLEARANCES
Between an Outdoor Condensing Unit and any vertical structure (except open chain link fence) the
minimum allowable distance is 4 feet.
Between one Outdoor Condensing Unit exhaust and another Outdoor Condensing Unit intake the
minimum allowable distance is 15 feet.
Between the sides of two Outdoor Condensing Units the minimum allowable distance is 5 feet.
On Indoor Condensing Unit, Satellite Unit, Remote Condenser Unit and Water Cooled Condensing
Unit, the minimum distance between the Control Panel and the wall is 42 inches.
On Indoor Condensing Unit, Satellite Unit, Remote Condenser Unit and Water Cooled Condensing
Unit, the minimum distance between the Control Panel and another live panel is 4 feet.
On Indoor Condensing Units the minimum distance between the Condenser Air Intake and a
louvered wall is 30 inches.
Shipping
Block
Figure 1-4 Shipping Block Removal
PIPING CONSIDERATIONS
When piping a suction riser the maximum vertical distance between P-traps is 20 feet.
When piping from Remote Condenser Unit to a Condenser, the maximum allowable piping equivalent
is 100 feet.
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TWO-TIER APPLICATION
The two-tier unit is only an option when it is
installed on the heavy duty base (option) and
it is designed for indoor, water-cooled, remote
condenser or satellite application.
WARNING:
Two Tier Remote Condenser Units
Are Front Heavy.
PRESSURE RELIEF
It is standard that a fusible plug is installed on all
the receivers. The connection size for piping from
the fusible plug to outside is 3/8” NPT.
It is also available as an option a relief valve,
which replaces the fusible plug, and has the same
connection size for piping (3/8” NPT).
WATER COOLED CONDENSER
Flush the water lines before connecting them to
the water-cooled condenser.
Consult Water Cooled Condensing Unit Catalog
for pressure drop, recommended inlet water
temperature and water flow through the condenser.
Take appropriate precautions during shipment and
moving of unit. Fasten to floor upon final placement.
Figure 1-5 Two Tier Remote Condenser Units
RECEIVER CAPACITY
The receiver capacity is listed on the table below.
Capacity - 90%
H-series
Receivers
6x12
6x18
6x23
6x30
8-5/8x30
10-3/4x30
10-3/4x38
12-3/4x30
5x12
6x15
6x12
6x36
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R404A/R507A R448A/R449A
11.1
16.7
21.4
27.9
53.9
82.3
106.2
100.1
7.9
14.6
11.4
36.1
11.7
17.6
22.5
29.3
56.6
86.5
111.6
105.2
8.3
15.3
12.0
37.9
R407A
R407F
12.2
18.4
23.6
30.7
59.4
90.7
117.0
110.3
8.7
16.1
12.6
39.8
11.9
18.0
23.0
30.0
57.9
88.5
114.2
107.6
8.5
15.7
12.3
38.8
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REFRIGERATION PROCESS
OVERVIEW
This section details the refrigeration process by
tracking the refrigerant flow through the system
components. Heat Reclaim, Demand Cooling, Oil
separation and return is explained. See Piping for
piping guidelines.
Typically, refrigeration falls into low or medium
temperature ranges. An average low temperature
condensing unit maintains a suction temperature
of -20°F with a low-temp Satellite operating
at -33°F. A common medium temperature
condensing unit operates at +25°F with a lowtemperature Satellite operating at +7°F.
In these instructions the following constants are
maintained to assist the reader.
In the diagrams refrigerant flow direction is
generally clockwise and indicated by directional
arrows.
Electric solenoid valves carry the same initial
abbreviations as in the electric schematics.
Refrigeration lines not actually in the cycle being
discussed are shown closed or removed. Pressure
in oil lines will also retain a fixed pattern.
Heat Reclaim Coil
Heat Reclaim Valve
Evaporator
Check Valve
Oil Return
Line
Check Valve
Oil Separator
Sensor
Demand Cooling
Module
Accumulator
Suction Filter
Sight Glass
Differential
Check Valve
Injection
Valve
Oil Line
Solenoid
Compressor
Liquid
Line
Solenoid
Condenser
Receiver
Liquid Dryer
High Pressure Hot Vapor
High Pressure Warm Liquid
High Pressure Warm Vapor
Low Pressure Cool Vapor
Condenser
Adjustable
Flooding
Valve
Fixed Flooding Valve
Receiver
Figure 2-1 Refrigeration Cycle
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REFRIGERATION CYCLE
The Condenser rejects the heat that must be
Beginning with the Compressor, refrigerant vapor removed from refrigerant to cause it to condense.
is compressed and flows to the Oil Separator,
which separates the oil from the discharge gas For Low Ambient Conditions, Fan Cycling or
by centrifugal force and screen baffles. The oil Flooding Valves are required. These valves may
is stored in the bottom of the Oil Separator and be fixed or adjustable. The adjustable flooding
returned to the compressors through the oil return valve works in parallel with a 20 pound differential
line.
check valve.
The Flooding Valve maintains head pressure
in low ambient conditions by restricting liquid
refrigerant flow from the Condenser. This causes
liquid refrigerant to be backed up in the condenser
thus reducing available heat transfer surface and
causing the discharge pressure to rise.
Figure 2-2 Oil Separator
Outdoor High-Efficiency units are equipped
with adjustable ORI flooding valves for winter
When an Oil Separator is installed the following control and ORD differential valves for receiver
pressure regulation. (standard) Outdoor multicomponents are required:
• Check Valve on the discharge line after the fan High-Efficiency units are also equipped with
Oil Separator, to prevent refrigerant migration a temperature control to cycle off half the fans in
during low ambient temperatures from the low-ambient conditions (standard).
condenser to the Oil Separator, and from that
to the Compressor.
• Oil Line Solenoid on the oil return line, to
prevent the oil to return from the compressor
when the compressor is not running. The
excessive oil in the carter when the compressor
starts, could cause damage to the compressor
such as broken valve plate or piston, etc.
A 3-Way Heat Reclaim Valve directs the
superheated discharge gas to either the condenser
or a Heat Reclaim device when energized. When
the reclaim solenoid is deenergized, the valve
directs the refrigerant to the condenser.
Adjustable
Fixed Flooding
Flooding Valve
Valve
and Differential
Check Valve
Figure 2-4 Flooding Valves
Figure 2-3 Heat Reclaim Valve
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The Receiver is a holding vessel for liquid
refrigerant that compensates for fluctuations
in liquid requirements due to changing load,
defrost, and weather.
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At critical locations along the refrigerant path,
service valves or ball valves allow isolation of
components.
HEAT RECLAIM VALVE
A Liquid Line Drier removes moisture and
contaminants from the refrigerant.
The Sight Glass allows service personnel to view
refrigerant flow inside the liquid line.
The Liquid Line Solenoid Valve closes off
refrigerant supply to the evaporator.
A 3-Way Heat Reclaim Valve directs the refrigerant
to either the Condenser or a Heat Reclaim Coil.
When the solenoid is deenergized the valve directs
the refrigerant to the condenser.
When the solenoid is de-energized the highpressure inlet is stopped and the passage between
suction and valve chamber is open. When the
solenoid is energized the suction outlet is stopped
and the passage between high pressure and the
valve chamber is open.
“B” version of the valve has a bleed port through
the drive piston to the suction manifold. The bleed
port provides a vent for fluids trapped in the Heat
Reclaim circuits during normal operation.
Figure 2-5 Liquid Line Solenoid Valve
The Thermostatic Expansion Valve (TEV), located
in the merchandiser, meters liquid refrigerant
through its orifice to the low pressure side of the
system where it absorbs heat from the coil causing
the liquid to evaporate.
De-energized
To Suction
Manifold
Bleed Port
To Heat
Reclaim
From
Discharge
Manifold
Figure 2-6 Thermostatic Expansion Valve
The Accumulator catches liquid refrigerant in the
suction line and provides a means for it to boil off
before it reaches the compressor.
To Condenser Valve in
Normal Operation
Figure 2-7 Heat Reclaim Valve
Normal Operation
A Suction Filter is placed upstream of the
compressor to remove system contaminants from
the refrigerant vapor.
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Energized
To Suction
Manifold
To Heat
Reclaim
From
Discharge
Manifold
To Condenser Valve in
Heat Reclaim Mode
Figure 2-8 Heat Reclaim Valve
Heat Reclaim Mode
DEMAND COOLING
Temperature
°F
77
282
292
310
Approximate Ohm
Reading
90,000
2,400
2,100
1,700
The Control Module responds to the Temperature
Sensor input by energizing the Injection Valve
Solenoid when 292°F is exceeded. Too high or too
low a resistance from the thermistor circuit will
cause the Module to shutdown the compressor
after one minute.
The Injection Valve meters saturated refrigerant
into the suction cavity of the compressor. The valve
orifice is carefully sized to meet the requirements
of a specific compressor. Valve sizes correspond
to the four compressor bodies- 2D, 3D, 4D.
The Demand Cooling System is designed to inject Probe test readings between 100,000 Ohms and
saturated refrigerant into the suction cavity when 1,600 Ohms usually indicate an operating probe.
the compressor internal head temperature exceeds
Temperature
292°F. Injection continues until the temperature
Sensor
Module
is reduced to 282°F. If the temperature remains
Injection
above 310°F for one minute the control shuts
Valve
down the compressor. After correcting the cause
of shutdown, manual reset is required.
The System Parts
Temperature Sensor
Control Module
Injection Valve
The Temperature Sensor uses a Negative
Temperature Coefficient (NTC) Thermistor to
provide signals to the Control Module. The NTC
resistance drops on temperature rise.
Temperature
Sensor
Module
Injection Valve
Solenoid
Figure 2-9 Demand Cooling Components
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Component Testing
Remove power to the system. Unplug the
Temperature Sensor from the Module. The Sensor
should ohm out between 1,600 Ohms and 100,000
Ohms.
Leave the Sensor unplugged and restart the
system. There should be no voltage between
terminals “S” and “L2” on the Module. The inlet
and outlet sides of the Injection Valve should feel
the same temperature. After one minute the alarm
relay should trip. Remove power to the system.
Press the manual reset on the Module.
Figure 2-10 Demand Cooling
Alarm Connections
Using a small piece of wire, jump the Sensor
circuit at the female plug in the Module. Restart
the system. There should be voltage between
terminals “S” and “L2” on the Module. The outlet
side of the Injection Valve should feel colder than
the inlet side. After one minute the alarm relay
should trip.
Remove power to the system. Press the manual
reset on the Module.
Temperature
Sensor
Remove the jumper wire and plug in the
Temperature Sensor.
Restart the System.
Injection Valve
Alarm Circuit
The Alarm Circuit has three terminals in the
Control Module.
Compressor Terminal Box
Not all wires shown
“L” – Common
“M” – Normally Closed
“A” – Normally Open
To Control Panel
“L” and “M” are wired into the compressor
Figure 2-11 Demand Cooling Wiring
control circuit so an alarm condition removes
the compressor from the line and power to
the Module. A manual reset is required to call Alarm Relay
The Alarm Relay is activated after a one minute
attention the alarm condition.
delay under the following three conditions:
• Compressor discharge temperature exceeds
310°F.
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• A shorted circuit or very low Thermistor
Resistance.
• An open circuit or very high Thermistor
Resistance.
Operational Notes
Demand Cooling does NOT replace head cooling
fans, which may be required on low temperature
applications.
On indoor and outdoor condensing units, the
condenser fans replace the head cooling fan.
When fan cycling is applied, at least one condenser
fan MUST always be ON with the compressor, so
head cooling fan will be not necessary.
Temperature Sensor cables must not touch any
hot surfaces or the cable will be damaged.
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COMPONENT PIPING
OVERVIEW
This section deals with the information necessary
for installing the refrigeration lines for a
condensing unit. The components are piped as
completely as practical at the factory.
Use only clean, dehydrated, sealed refrigeration
grade copper tubing. Use dry nitrogen in the
tubing during brazing to prevent the formation
of copper oxide. All joints should be made with
silver alloy brazing material, and use 45% silver
solder for dissimilar metals.
Floor Run
WARNING
Always use a Pressure Regulator on the
nitrogen tanks.
REFRIGERATION LINE RUNS
Liquid Lines and suction lines must be free to
expand and contract independently of each
other. Do not clamp or solder them together.
Ceiling Run
Run supports must allow tubing to expand and
contract freely. Do not exceed 100 feet without a
Figure 3-1 Supporting Refrigeration Lines
change of direction and / or offset. Plan proper
pitching, expansion allowance and P-traps at the
base of all suction risers. Use long radius elbows Through Walls or Floors
Refrigeration lines run through walls or floors
to reduce line resistance and breakage.
must be properly insulated. Avoid running lines
Avoid completely the use of 45 degree elbows. through the refrigeration cases. When this is done
Install service valves at several locations for ease the lines must be adequately insulated.
of maintenance and reduction of service costs.
These valves must be UL approved for 410 psig
minimum working pressure.
Riser
Insulation
Insulation 2nd Layer
Support Detail
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Figure 3-2 Insulating a Riser
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From Machine to Solid Object
When mounting lines from machinery to a solid
object allow line freedom for vibration to prevent
metal fatigue.
Reduced
Riser
Clamp Here
Factory Clamp
10 X Pipe
Diameter
Figure 3-3 Vibration Allowance
P-Trap Construction
A P-Trap must be installed at the bottom of all
suction risers to return oil to the compressors.
Using Elbows
Riser
Keep this distance as short as possible
Using P-Trap
Riser
Figure 3-5 Reduced Riser
Factory Supplied Stubs
Stub sizes provided do not automatically
correspond to the line sizes necessary. It is the
installer’s responsibility to supply reduction
couplings.
Protecting Valves and Clamps
When brazing near factory installed clamps or
valves be sure to protect them with a wet rag to
avoid overheating.
Connecting Remote Condenser
• Discharge Line will be routed directly to the
condenser inlet stub with a purge valve at the
highest point.
• Liquid Return line will be pitched downstream
and provide trap less drainage to the Receiver.
Purge Valve Location
The purge valve will be installed at the highest
point of an inverted P-Trap, with at least a 6”
rise. (Use with approved recovery vessel.)
WARNING
Vent the Receiver Safety Relief Device
properly.
Figure 3-4 P-Trap Construction
Reduced Riser
When a reduced riser is necessary, place the
reduction coupling downstream of the P-Trap.
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Fixed Flooding Valve Piping
Heat Reclaim Valve
Header End of
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Rise
All Piping and
Valves in this
box are field
supplied and
Installed.
Bleed Line
to Suction
Fixed Flooding Valve
Liquid Return Line
Receiver
Heating Coil
From
Heat
Reclaim
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to Suction
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Receiver
Discharge Lines
Ball Valve
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Check Valve
Purge Valve
Service Valve
Figure 3-6 Remote Condensing Unit Piping
Note: The Heat Reclaim Valve could be factory or field installed and depends on the customer
request.
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MERCHANDISER PIPING
SPECIAL PIPING FOR OPEN ROOMS
Suction Line
• Pitch in direction of flow.
• May be reduced by one size at one third of run
load and again after the second third. Do not
reduce below evaporator connection size.
• Suction returns from evaporators enter at the
top of the branch line.
An open preparation room allows heat infiltration
from the rest of the store at a rate which may
jeopardize total refrigeration performance. To
protect the rest of the refrigeration system, open
preparation evaporators must be piped with a
Crankcase Pressure Regulating Valve (CPR).
The CPR is field installed in the suction line(s) from
the evaporator(s). And the installer is responsible
for proper adjustment of the Valve. (See: Control
Valve Section for adjustment procedures.)
Suction Line Return
3” Loop
Liquid Line Take Off
RUN LENGTHS AND EQUIVALENT FEET
When figuring run lengths, angle valves and 90
degrees elbows are figured as additional straight
pipe. The chart below gives equivalent lengths for
these components.
Figure 3-7 Line Piping Inside Merchandisers
Tubing Size
Angle Valve
Liquid Line – Off Time and Electric Defrost
• May be reduced by one size after one half of the
case load run. Do not reduce below evaporator
connection size.
• Take-offs to evaporators exit the bottom of
the liquid line. Provide an expansion loop for
each evaporator take-off (Minimum 3 inch
diameter).
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7
/8
1 1/8
1 3/8
1 5/8
2 1/8
2 5/8
3 1/8
3 5/8
4 1/8
6
7
9
12
15
18
24
29
35
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Field Connections of Heat Reclaim
Each circuit of the heat reclaim coil is tagged to
correspond with a specific condensing unit and
must be connected only to that unit.
The supply and return lines are to be installed as
shown in Figure 3-6.
Notice that heat reclaim could be factory or field
installed, and depends on customer order.
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0.9
1.0
1.4
1.7
2.3
2.6
3.3
4.1
5.0
5.9
6.7
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Elbow 90º
(ASHARE 1994 Refrigeration Handbook)
INSULATION
Additional insulation for the balance of the
liquid and suction lines is recommended wherever
condensation drippage is objectionable or the
lines are exposed to ambient conditions.
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REFRIGERANT LINE SIZING
General Information
This document supersedes all previously
published line sizing data – including planning
data, installation instructions, or other standalone documents.
require two single point connections, one for
the compressor (460V or 575V) and one for the
control and defrost circuits (208-230V). When a
single point connection is specified for 460V and
575V condensing units, the factory will install
a transformer to supply 208-230V for just the
Refer to ASHARE standards for line sizing. The control circuit.
installer is responsible for sizing the piping for
each application.
Refer to the serial plate located on the control
panel to determine wire size (MCA) and overRefrigeration Line Stubs Out
current protection (MOPD).
Stub sizes do not match line sizes. Reduction
fittings are field supplied and installed. These are
GUIDELINES FOR FIELD WIRING
general guidelines. The installer is responsible
to account for any factors which may affect the Condensing Unit components are wired as
system.
completely as possible at the factory with all
work completed in accordance with UL file. All
Condenser Line Sizing
deviations required by governing electrical codes
A Condenser Line Sizing chart is established for will be the responsibility of the installer.
an equivalent pipe run of 100 feet. For longer
runs use the following formula:
The main lugs in the compressor control panel are
sized for copper wire only, with 75° C insulation.
All wiring must be in compliance with governing
Table Capacity * √100/Longer Length = Longer
electrical codes.
Line
• For 208-230/1/60 Condensing Units:
Capacity To each condensing unit provide; one
208-230/1/60 branch circuit,
Note: This formula applies only to remote
condenser lines, and only to longer runs of these • For 208-230/3/60 Condensing Units:
lines. A 25 ft run does not necessarily have double To each condensing unit provide; one
the capacity of a 100 ft. run.
208-230/3/60 branch circuit,
• For 460/3/60 Condensing Units:
OVERVIEW
To each condensing unit provide;
The scope of this section is limited to main field
one 460/3/60 branch circuit,
wiring connections, and to the control panel.
one 208/3/60 circuit – see Note 1
The standard Condensing Unit is available • For 575/3/60 Condensing Units:
wired for 208-230/1/60, 208-230/3/60, 460/3/60, To each condensing unit provide;
575/3/60 or 380/3/50 compressors (note that some
one 575/3/60 branch circuit,
compressors may be available in all voltages). In
one 208/3/60 circuit – see Note 1
either case, the control circuit is 208-230V.
The standard 460V and 575V Condensing Unit
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ELECTRICAL
ABOUT THESE ELECTRICAL
DIAGRAMS
• For 380/3/50 Condensing Units:
To each condensing unit provide;
one 380/3/50 branch circuit, one Neutral
All diagrams show the electrical system DEenergized and in refrigeration mode. Diagrams
emphasize individual circuit continuity and
Note 1 – Omit when single point connection kit is logic. They aid troubleshooting and testing by
identifying point-to-point connections. Color
used.
coding wires allows easy transfer to the control
panel. The diagrams normally move from
Unit Cooler Fan Wiring
Off Time Defrost: the unit cooler fan should left to right so the user can read the series of
be wired from the condensing unit panel or an components and their terminals which make up
a circuit.
outside panel.
Electric Defrost: the unit cooler fan should be Generally, in a control circuit the loads are
limited to coils, lights, and bells. By identifying
wired from the condensing unit panel.
one control circuit load and “reading” the
schematic to the load, the sequence of operation
Evaporator Mounted Liquid Line Solenoid
Power for a liquid line solenoid can be picked up becomes obvious. Troubleshooting that circuit
then breaks into test point terminals. Take only
from the fan circuit.
one circuit at the time.
Cooler Door Switch Wiring
The switch must be mounted to the cooler door Important Note:
frame, and must be wired to control the field The electrical diagrams in this section show
installed liquid line solenoid and evaporator fans. circuit logic. They are not intended for
troubleshooting or design work. For unit cooler
Door switches are wired in series.
fan power, electric defrost sub circuit balance,
and other location specific circuits refer to the
Sizing Wire and Overcurrent Protectors
Check the serial plate for Minimum Circuit schematics on control panel.
Ampacity (MCA) and Maximum Overcurrent
Protective Devices (MOPD), follow NEC
guidelines.
Defrost Controls
The basic defrost circuits are shown on the wiring
diagrams in this section.
Other Controls
When other controls are used, refer to the
manual included with that control.
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CHECKED BY- KARTHIK
REF- SUPERSEDES:
APPROVED BYKH
DATE DRAWN -26SEPT19
SHEET 1 OF 9
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.
TOLERANCES ARE:
THIRD
DECIMALS .XX ±.03, .XXX u.010
ANGLE
ANGLES ± 2°
PROJECTION
0
CONDENSER FAN WIRING
HE OUTDOOR UNIT
208V-3PH
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TOLERANCES ARE:
THIRD
DECIMALS .XX ±.03, .XXX u.010
ANGLE
ANGLES ± 2°
PROJECTION
0
CONDENSER FAN WIRING
FAN 2 & 4
208V-3PH
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MATERIAL- ---MODEL BY / DWG BY- KARTHIK
CHECKED BY- KARTHIK
REF- SUPERSEDES:
APPROVED BYKH
DATE DRAWN -26SEPT19
SHEET 3 OF 9
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.
TOLERANCES ARE:
THIRD
DECIMALS .XX ±.03, .XXX u.010
ANGLE
ANGLES ± 2°
PROJECTION
0
CONDENSER FAN WIRING
FAN 6
208V-3PH
®
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UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.
TOLERANCES ARE:
THIRD
DECIMALS .XX ±.03, .XXX u.010
ANGLE
ANGLES ± 2°
PROJECTION
0
CONDENSER FAN WIRING
HE OUTDOOR UNIT
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®
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CHECKED BY- KARTHIK
REF- SUPERSEDES:
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DATE DRAWN -26SEPT19
SHEET 5 OF 9
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.
TOLERANCES ARE:
THIRD
DECIMALS .XX ±.03, .XXX u.010
ANGLE
ANGLES ± 2°
PROJECTION
0
CONDENSER FAN WIRING
FAN 2 & 4
380/460/575V-3PH
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TOLERANCES ARE:
THIRD
DECIMALS .XX ±.03, .XXX u.010
ANGLE
ANGLES ± 2°
PROJECTION
0
CONDENSER FAN WIRING
FAN 6
380/460/575V-3PH
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MATERIAL- ---MODEL BY / DWG BY- KARTHIK
CHECKED BY- KARTHIK
REF- SUPERSEDES:
APPROVED BYKH
DATE DRAWN -26SEPT19
SHEET 7 OF 9
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.
TOLERANCES ARE:
THIRD
DECIMALS .XX ±.03, .XXX u.010
ANGLE
ANGLES ± 2°
PROJECTION
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HE OUTDOOR UNIT
208V-1PH
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UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.
TOLERANCES ARE:
THIRD
DECIMALS .XX ±.03, .XXX u.010
ANGLE
ANGLES ± 2°
PROJECTION
0
CONDENSER FAN WIRING
FAN 2 & 4
208V-1PH
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MATERIAL- ---MODEL BY / DWG BY- KARTHIK
CHECKED BY- KARTHIK
REF- SUPERSEDES:
APPROVED BYKH
DATE DRAWN -26SEPT19
SHEET 9 OF 9
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.
TOLERANCES ARE:
THIRD
DECIMALS .XX ±.03, .XXX u.010
ANGLE
ANGLES ± 2°
PROJECTION
0
CONDENSER FAN WIRING
FAN 6
208V-1PH
®
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B-SOLID STATE MODULE WIRING
C-TRAX-OIL WIRING
D-UNIT COOLER FAN CONNECTION
E-SCROLL LIQUID INJECTION
F-HEAT TAPE WIRING
G-LIQUID INJECTION - COPELAND RECIP
H-CONDENSER FAN
I-UNIT COOLER - FAN DELAY T'STAT
J-UNIT COOLER - HEATER SAFETY
K-PHASE MONITOR TIME DELAY RELAY
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MOTOR CONTACTOR
SCROLL COMPRESSORS
STANDARD TIMER, SPPC1
XPRT1 AND CPC IPC JR
RED WIRE TO DISCHARGE T-STAT
OR IF NO T-STAT RUN RED WIRE
TO CONNECT WITH
BROWN WIRE FROM TRAXOIL
NON SCROLL COMPRESSORS
REFERANCE-EATON ADJUSTABLE TIME DELAY
ORANGE WIRE CONNECT TO BLUE WIRE
FROM HIGH PRESSURE CONTROL
OR IF OIL FAILURE CONTROL IS USED
CUT INTO ORANGE WIRE FROM "M"
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R =
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P =
PK=
PRESSURE
CONTROL
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CLOSE ON RISE
COMPRESSOR MOTOR
CONTACTOR COIL
COMPRESSOR COOLING
§
FAN MOTOR
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BLOCK
COIL IDENTIFICATION
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RELAY CONTACTS
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CURRENT SENSING RELAY
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W7 PROTECTION
INSERT NEUTRAL
WHITE WIRE
INTO NEUTRAL
LUG ON
BREAKER
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STARTUP
WARNING
Know whether a circuit is open at the power supply or not. Remove all power before opening
control panels. Note: Some equipment has more than one power supply.
Always use a pressure regulator with a nitrogen tank. Do not exceed 2 pounds of pressure and vent
lines when brazing. Do not exceed 350 pounds of pressure for leak testing high side. Do not exceed
150 pounds of pressure for leak testing low side.
Always follow current EPA regulations and guidelines.
STARTUP
Leak Testing - Visually inspect all lines and joints
for proper piping practices.
Isolate - Compressors – Front Seat Service Valves
on Suction and Discharge
WARNING
Always recapture test charge in approved
recovery vessel for recycling.
Pressure Transducers - Close Angle Valves.
Oil Levels
Check oil levels for the compressor: Compressor
sight glass 1/8 to 1/2 full.
Open - Valves – to condenser, heat reclaim and
receiver.
Note: Check the oil sticker on the condensing unit
before adding oil.
Liquid Line Solenoid Valve - Solenoid should be
energized.
Test Charge
Using properly regulated dry nitrogen and R22
pressurize the system with vapor only. Add dry
nitrogen to bring the system pressure up to 150
psig. Using an electronic leak detector inspect all
connections. If a leak is found, isolate, repair, and
retest. Be sure system is at 150 psig and all valves
closed to isolate the leak are opened. After the
last leak is repaired and retested, the system must
stand unaltered for 12 hours with no pressure
drop from 150 psig.
Compressors Shipped Dry
Disconnect - Defrost Time Clock – Disconnect
power to the clock.
Verify - Refrigerant requirements for System,
Compressors, and TEV’s in merchandisers and
coolers.
Electrical supply and component requirements.
Compressors with Pre-Charged Oil as Standard
H-Series Condensing Units
Krack C Series Condensing Units
*H-Series Condensing Units with Bitzer
Compressors
*Any H-Series Condensing Units selected with Bitzer Compressors will not have oil pre-charged
or included as standard, but can be ordered as an option (ship loose).
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Evacuation
Nitrogen and moisture will remain in the system
unless proper evacuation procedures are followed.
Nitrogen left in the system may cause head pressure
problems. Moisture causes TEV ice blockage, wax
build up, acid oil, and sludge formation.
WARNING
Never trap liquid refrigerant
between closed valves.
A hydraulic explosion may result.
Do not simply purge the system – this procedure
is expensive, harmful to the environment, and may Pre-Charge Check List
While the system is being evacuated preparation
leave moisture and nitrogen behind.
for charging can begin. During any of the pull
Do not run the compressors to evacuate – downs check:
this procedure introduces moisture into the
compressor’s crankcase oil and does not produce Check controller
Program if applicable.
adequate vacuum to remove moisture from the
rest of the system at normal temperatures.
Merchandisers
Electrical requirements and power supply
Setup
Electrical connections tight and clean
Using all copper lines and packless valves, connect
Proper fan operation
an 8 CFM or larger vacuum pump to suction or
Thermostat setting.
liquid line. Connect one-micron vacuum gauge
at the pump. Plan procedures so breaking the
vacuum with refrigerant will not introduce Walk-in coolers and freezers
Electrical requirements and power supply
contaminates into the system. The vacuum pump
Electrical connections tight and clean
must be in good condition filled with fresh oil to
Proper fan operation
achieve desired results.
Thermostat setting.
Procedure
Pull a vacuum to 1500 microns. If the vacuum Condensing Unit
Electrical requirements and power supply
fails to hold, determine the cause and correct.
Electrical connections tight and clean
Begin again with the first of the three required
Proper fan operation
evacuations.
Pressure settings
Defrost settings
Break the vacuum with refrigerant vapor to
Adjust head pressure valve
a pressure of about 2 psig. Do not exceed the
micron gauge transducer’s maximum pressure
limit. Liquid refrigerant may cause damage to To obtain maximum energy efficiency, the ORI
components through thermal shock or a pressure flooding valve should be field-adjusted to allow
the minimum condensing temperature permitted
surge to the transducer of the micron gauge.
for the application in question, based on the
compressor operating envelope.
Repeat first two steps.
Install the suction and liquid drier cores, if
applicable.
Pull a vacuum to 500 microns. Close vacuum
header valves and allow system to stand for a
minimum of 12 hours.
Due to variations in equipment designs and
installations, the ORI flooding valve may need to
be adjusted to a slightly higher pressure setting
to achieve proper operation of the refrigeration
system.”
The temperature control setpoints should be
If the 500-micron vacuum holds, charging may field-adjusted to cycle off half the fans at ambient
begin. If not the cause must be determined and temperatures below 40°F.
corrected. Repeat the entire evacuation procedure
from the first step.
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Air Cooled Condenser
Electrical requirements and power supply
Electrical connections tight and clean
Proper fan operation
Thermostat or pressure settings
Damper operation, if equipped.
Water Cooled Condenser
Flush water lines before connecting them to
water-cooled condenser.
Heat Reclaim and other systems
Electrical requirements and power supply
Electrical connections tight and clean
Component operation.
Note: Remember to reinstate control to unit
components jumpered to make test.
Set all mechanical pressure controls. Compressor
should still be isolated from the rest of the
system.
During the last evacuation look up and make
a list of the required control settings for the
system. High and low pressure, heat reclaim
lockout, winter control settings, and other
controls on the system should be noted.
Charging
Use standard procedures for charging while
watching for possible problems. Check:
Suction and discharge pressure
Oil level
Voltage differential and balance
Ampere draw and balance
Shut down the unit at first indication of unusual
operation, locate and correct cause.
Leak testing, evacuation and initial charging are
now completed.
Note: With non-azeotropic refrigerants, it is best
to charge the entire contents of the cylinder to
prevent fractionalization of the refrigerant when
charging vapor.
Winter Charge
When charging the condensing unit equipped
with winter head pressure control valve,
additional refrigerant is required for winter
operation. [See Table Below]
Compressor Motor Rotation (Scroll)
To check compressor rotation, use the following
procedure:
Install gauges on suction and discharge side
of compressor. A momentary compressor run
should cause a drop in suction header and a rise
in discharge header pressure.
With main disconnect OFF, switch OFF all
breakers or fuses in the control panel.
Turn ON main disconnect.
Condenser Size Summer Charge (pounds) Winter Charge (pounds)
A
1
6
B
3
13
C
3
13
D
4
17
E
6
26
F
8
34
J
13
56
K
7 30
*Charges Based on R407A
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Look for the light on the single phase protector.
If it is not lit, turn OFF the main disconnect.
Have the field connections to the main breaker
of the unit corrected so the phase protector
indicates phase alignment (The light is lit).
•
Winter controls
•
TEV superheat adjustment
•
High and low pressure controls
Turn ON the main disconnect.
•
Thermostat settings
Momentarily turn ON the compressor and verify
correct pumping direction. If the compressor is
rotating backwards, change two legs on the load
side of the compressor contactor.
•
Adjustments to electronic controls
•
Inlet / Outlet water temperature
(water cooled units only)
Note: DO NOT run compressors for more than 10
seconds during test.
•
Reinstall the wire grille on the front side of
the unit enclosure.
Final Checks
Once the system is up and running it is the
responsibility of the installer to see that
all the fine adjustments are made so the
Condensing Unit delivers maximum temperature
performance and efficiency for the customer.
These include:
•
Make sure electrical enclosure is properly
grounded, and reinstall panel door after
service.
•
Confirm ORI flooding valve setpoint
(when applied).
•
Confirm fan-cycling temperature-control
setpoint (outdoor High-Efficiency units).
•
Confirm factory-installed scroll
compressor terminal rain cover (when
supplied) is properly re-installed on
outdoor units after service. The black ABS
cover is secured to the compressor shell
with heat-resistant webbing and a squeezerelease buckle.
•
Thoroughly inspect all field piping while
the equipment is running and add supports
where line vibration occurs. Be sure additional
supports do not conflict with pipe expansion and
contraction.
When condition space is completely stocked,
check the operation of the system again.
At 48 hours of operation, replace the liquid drier
and suction filter cores (if applicable).
At 90 days, recheck the entire system, including
all field wiring.
Defrost scheduling and timing Condenser
controls
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42
MAINTENANCE
This Procedure is not designed to cover system Remove bolts from suction and discharge service
changeover to a different refrigerant.
valves.
COMPRESSOR REPLACEMENT
Since each machine room tends to be unique, plan
carefully as to how you will move the compressor
without harming personnel, equipment or
the building. Before beginning removal of old
compressor make replacement unit ready to
install:
Verify:
Replacement compressor
Electrical requirements
Refrigerant application
Capacity
Piping hookup location and design
Suction and discharge gaskets
Mounting requirements
Remove mounting bolts.
When moving the compressor, use a come-along,
hoist or hydraulic lift to carry the weight.
Do not use the piping or panel to support a hoist
or come-along.
Do not use ceiling trusses to support a hoist or
come-along.
The rear support channel on the rack or a properly
constructed ceiling rail may be used to support a
hoist or come-along.
To make hookup and lifting easier, an eyebolt
may be installed in the rear top of the compressor
head.
Have compressor in an easily accessible position,
uncrated and unbolted from shipping pallets.
If a compressor removal table is used, slide the
compressor fully on to the table, then roll table to
Disconnect Electrical Supply:
overhead hoist or hydraulic lift area.
Turn off motor and control panel power supplies
to the Condensing Unit.
When the old compressor has been removed,
clean the suction and discharge service valve
Turn off control circuit and open all compressor gasket surfaces to shiny metal. Clean the gasket
circuit breakers or fuses.
surfaces on the new compressor to shiny metal.
Be careful not to groove or round the surfaces.
Tag and remove electrical wires and conduit from Gasket surfaces must be clean to prevent leaking.
the compressor.
Install the new compressor in reverse order of
Isolate Compressor:
removal. Do not open the new compressor to the
Front seat Suction and Discharge Service Valves. system until after it has been leak tested and triple
Close oil supply and equalizing lines.
evacuated.
Bleed compressor pressure through both discharge
REPLACING DRIER AND FILTER CORES
and suction access ports into an approved recovery
vessel.
Shut down the system. Isolate the core to be
replaced and bleed off pressure into an approved
Remove externally mounted components which recovery vessel. Open housing, replace core and
will be re-used on the replacement compressor.
close up. Pressurize, leak test and bring back into
line.
Plug holes to compressor manufacturer’s
specifications.
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H-SERIES
SMALL SIZE
INDOOR UNIT
STANDARD BASE
"HxSx-xxxxxxx-xx-x"
WEIGHT: 400 LBS
CONTROL PANEL
FACING LEFT
END OF UNIT
40.2
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
TOP VIEW
38.0
41.7
45.9
FRONT VIEW
28.0
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
O .50
MOUNTING HOLES
4 PLACES
PIPING
24.4
EXTENSION
6.0 MAX.
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
DOC
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INDOOR STD BASE
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THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
SHEET 1 OF 3
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NOTES:
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MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 45.9 L X 32.1 W X 24.4 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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LINE OUTLET
LOCATION
13.5
14.6
PIPING CONNECTION LOCATION
OUT RIGHT SIDE OF UNIT
MAIN POWER CONNECTION
BACK SIDE OF CONTROL PANEL
RECEIVER
DOC
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LIQUID LINE
OUTLET LOCATION
ACCUMULATOR
SUCTION LINE
INLET LOCATION
CONDENSER
(ELECTROFIN COATING
OPTIONAL)
BASE
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THIRD
ANGLE
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PANEL
5.4
SUCTION
LINE INLET
LOCATION
5.2
COMPRESSOR
(VARIOUS MODELS OPTIONAL)
ISO VIEW
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
SUCTION FILTER
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 45.9 L X 32.1 W X 24.4 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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48.0
42.0
LOUVERED WALL
30.0
SHEET 3 OF 3
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
30.0
30.0
CLEARANCE BETWEEN INLET OF CONDENSER
AND INSIDE OF LOUVERED WALL
MINIMUM CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS:
ACTUAL CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS ARE DEPENDENT
UPON AUTHORITY HAVING JURISDICTION, AND MAY
EXCEED DIMENSIONS SHOWN.
LIVE PANEL
WALL
CONTROL PANEL
FACING LEFT
END OF UNIT
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
DOC
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H-SERIES SMALL
INDOOR STD BASE
REV
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PANEL & ANY WALL.
48" CLEARANCE BETWEEN CONTROL
PANEL & ANY LIVE PANEL.
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 45.9 L X 32.1 W X 24.4 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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FACING LEFT
END OF UNIT
HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES
MEDIUM SIZE
INDOOR UNIT
STANDARD BASE
"HxSx-xxxxxxx-xx-x"
WEIGHT: 650 LBS.
34.9
LEFT SIDE VIEW
28.2
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
41.9
O .50
MOUNTING HOLES
4 PLACES
PIPING
EXTENSION
6.0 MAX.
SHEET 1 OF 3
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
ISO VIEW
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
DOC
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H-SERIES MEDIUM
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MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
TOP VIEW
44.0
48.0
52.0
FRONT VIEW
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 52.0 L X 34.9 W X 41.9 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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13.5
14.7
5.3
CONTROL
PANEL
RECEIVER
LIQUID LINE
OUTLET LOCATION
5.5
SUCTION FILTER
COMPRESSOR
(VARIOUS MODELS OPTIONAL)
CONDENSER
(ELECTROFIN COATING
OPTIONAL)
LIQUID LINE
OUTLET LOCATION
DOC
REV
R
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H-SERIES MEDIUM
INDOOR STD BASE
SUCTION LINE
INLET LOCATION
ACCUMULATOR
SHEET 2 OF 3
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
BASE
MAIN POWER CONNECTION
BACK SIDE OF CONTROL PANEL
ISO VIEW
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
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INLET LOCATION
PIPING CONNECTION LOCATION
OUT RIGHT SIDE OF UNIT
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 52.0 L X 34.9 W X 41.9 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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30.0
30.0
CLEARANCE BETWEEN INLET OF CONDENSER
AND INSIDE OF LOUVERED WALL
48.0
42.0
CONTROL PANEL
FACING LEFT
END OF UNIT
SHEET 3 OF 3
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
30.0
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
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REV
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ACTUAL CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS ARE DEPENDENT
UPON AUTHORITY HAVING JURISDICTION, AND MAY
EXCEED DIMENSIONS SHOWN.
LIVE PANEL
WALL
42" CLEARANCE BETWEEN CONTROL
PANEL & ANY WALL.
48" CLEARANCE BETWEEN CONTROL
PANEL & ANY LIVE PANEL.
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 52.0 L X 34.9 W X 41.9 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
50
HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES
LARGE SIZE
INDOOR UNIT
STANDARD BASE
"HxSx-xxxxxxx-xx-x"
WEIGHT: 1,250 LBS.
CONTROL PANEL
FACING LEFT
END OF UNIT
81.8
MOUNTING
HOLES
TOP VIEW
80.0
84.0
88.0
28.2
MOUNTING
HOLES
42.0
O .50
MOUNTING HOLES
4 PLACES
PIPING
EXTENSION
6.0 MAX.
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
DOC
REV
R
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H-SERIES LARGE
INDOOR STD BASE
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
SHEET 1 OF 3
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LEFT SIDE VIEW
FRONT VIEW
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 88.0 L X 34.9 W X 42.0 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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INLET LOCATION
LIQUID LINE
OUTLET LOCATION
PIPING CONNECTION LOCATION
OUT RIGHT SIDE OF UNIT
13.5
14.8
CONTROL PANEL
6.2
5.4
RECEIVER
DOC
REV
R
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H-SERIES LARGE
INDOOR STD BASE
LIQUID LINE
OUTLET LOCATION
SUCTION LINE
INLET LOCATION
ACCUMULATOR
CONDENSER
(ELECTROFIN COATING
OPTIONAL)
BASE
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
SHEET 2 OF 3
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BACK SIDE OF CONTROL PANEL
SUCTION FILTER
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
ISO VIEW
COMPRESSOR
(VARIOUS MODELS OPTIONAL)
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 88.0 L X 34.9 W X 42.0 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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42.0
48.0
LOUVERED WALL
30.0
30.0
CLEARANCE BETWEEN INLET OF CONDENSER
AND INSIDE OF LOUVERED WALL
MINIMUM CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS:
ACTUAL CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS ARE DEPENDENT
UPON AUTHORITY HAVING JURISDICTION, AND MAY
EXCEED DIMENSIONS SHOWN.
LIVE PANEL
WALL
CONTROL PANEL
FACING LEFT
END OF UNIT
30.0
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
SHEET 3 OF 3
DOC
REV
R
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PANEL & ANY WALL.
48" CLEARANCE BETWEEN CONTROL
PANEL & ANY LIVE PANEL.
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 88.0 L X 34.9 W X 42.0 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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ELECTRICAL
CONNECTION
CONTROL PANEL
FACING LEFT
END OF UNIT
HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES
EXTRA LARGE SIZE
INDOOR UNIT
STANDARD BASE
"HxSx-xxxxxxx-xx-x"
WEIGHT: 1,575 LBS.
34.9
LEFT HAND VIEW
96.8
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
TOP VIEW
95.0
99.0
103.0
FRONT VIEW
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 103.0 L X 34.9 W X 54.4 H.
28.2
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
PIPING
EXTENSION
54.4
6.00 MAX.
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
SHEET 1 OF 3
REV
R
PD-000000007 D
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H-SERIES EXTRA LARGE
INDOOR STD BASE
DOC
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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INLET LOCATION
12.8
14.8
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REV
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H-SERIES EXTRA LARGE
INDOOR STD BASE
LIQUID LINE
OUTLET LOCATION
CONDENSER
(ELECTROFIN COATING
OPTIONAL)
MAIN POWER CONNECTION
BACK SIDE OF CONTROL PANEL
COMPRESSOR
(VARIOUS MODELS OPTIONAL)
SUCTION FILTER
ACCUMULATOR
RECEIVER
CONTROL PANEL
5.5 6.7
ISO VIEW
SHEET 2 OF 3
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
SUCTION LINE
INLET LOCATION
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
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OUTLET LOCATION
PIPING CONNECTION LOCATION
OUT RIGHT SIDE OF UNIT
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 103.0 L X 34.9 W X 54.4 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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42.0
CONTROL PANEL
FACING LEFT
END OF UNIT
LOUVERED WALL
SHEET 3 OF 3
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
30.00
CLEARANCE BETWEEN INLET OF CONDENSER
AND INSIDE OF LOUVERED WALL
30.0
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
30.0
REV
R
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H-SERIES EXTRA LARGE
INDOOR STD BASE
DOC
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ACTUAL CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS ARE DEPENDENT
UPON AUTHORITY HAVING JURISDICTION, AND MAY
EXCEED DIMENSIONS SHOWN.
LIVE PANEL
WALL
42" CLEARANCE BETWEEN CONTROL
PANEL & ANY WALL.
48" CLEARANCE BETWEEN CONTROL
PANEL & ANY LIVE PANEL.
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 103.0 L X 34.9 W X 54.4 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES
SMALL SIZE
INDOOR UNIT
HEAVY DUTY BASE
"HxHx-xxxxxxx-xx-x"
WEIGHT: 400 LBS.
MAIN
ELECTRICAL
CONNECTION
BEHIND
CONTROL PANEL
TOP VIEW
39.0
44.9
FRONT VIEW
PIPING
EXTENSION 32.1
6.0
MAX.
26.2
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
.625
MOUNTING
HOLES
4 PLACES
RIGHT SIDE VEW
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
SHEET 1 OF 3
DOC
HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES SMALL
INDOOR HD BASE
REV
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LEFT SIDE VIEW
RECEIVER
35.7
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
BOTTOM VIEW
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 44.9 L X 29.6 W X 32.1 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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A
A
14.0
11.0
LIQUID LINE
OUTLET LOCATION
PIPING CONNECTION LOCATION
OUT RIGHT SIDE OF UNIT
CONTROL PANEL
13.1
CONDENSER
(ELECTROFIN COATING
OPTIONAL)
HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES SMALL
INDOOR HD BASE
REV
PD-000000009 D
R
ACCUMULATOR
SUCTION LINE
INLET LOCATION
LIQUID LINE
OUTLET LOCATION
FRONT TO BACK
DOC
BASE ASSEMBLY
SHEET 2 OF 3
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
ISO VIEW
MAIN POWER CONNECTION
BACK SIDE OF CONTROL PANEL
SUCTION FILTER
COMPRESSOR
(VARIOUS MODELS OPTIONAL)
1.0
5.1
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
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INLET LOCATION
RECEIVER
5.1
SECTION A-A
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 44.9 L X 29.6 W X 32.1 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
58
MINIMUM CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS:
ACTUAL CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS ARE DEPENDENT
UPON AUTHORITY HAVING JURISDICTION, AND MAY
EXCEED DIMENSIONS SHOWN.
LOUVERED WALL
42" CLEARANCE BETWEEN CONTROL
PANEL & ANY WALL.
30.0
30.0
CLEARANCE BETWEEN INLET OF CONDENSER
AND INSIDE OF LOUVERED WALL
30.0
CONTROL
PANEL
48.0
48" CLEARANCE BETWEEN CONTROL
PANEL & ANY LIVE PANEL.
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
SHEET 3 OF 3
DOC
HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES SMALL
INDOOR HD BASE
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WALL
LIVE PANEL
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 44.9 L X 29.6 W X 32.1 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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ELECTRICAL
CONNECTION
HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES
MEDIUM SIZE
INDOOR UNIT
HEAVY DUTY BASE
"HxHx-xxxxxxx-xx-x"
WEIGHT: 650 LBS.
37.3
LEFT SIDE VIEW
RECEIVER
49.6
PIPE
EXTENSION
6.00 MAX.
34.0
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
O .05
MOUNTING HOLES
4 PLACES
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
DOC
HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES MEDIUM
INDOOR HD BASEREV
R
PD-000000010 D
ISO VIEW
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
SHEET 1 OF 3
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TOP VIEW
46.9
47.0
53.0
FRONT VIEW
43.7
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
BOTTOM VIEW
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 53.0 L X 37.3 W X 49.6 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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14.0
A
A
SUCTION FILTER
COMPRESSOR
(VARIOUS MODELS OPTIONAL)
CONTROL PANEL
SUCTION LINE
INLET LOCATION
RECEIVER
13.2
5.1
1.0
5.1
ISO VIEW
DOC
ACCUMULATOR
SUCTION LINE
INLET LOCATION
R
PD-000000010 D
HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES MEDIUM
INDOOR HD BASEREV
INLET LINE
OUTLET LOCATION
FRONT TO BACK
RECEIVER
CONDENSER
(ELECTROFIN COATING
OPTIONAL)
SHEET 2 OF 3
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
BASE ASSEMBLY
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
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LIQUID LINE
OUTLET LOCATION
PIPING CONNECTION LOCATION
OUT RIGHT SIDE OF UNIT
SECTION A-A
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 53.0 L X 37.3 W X 49.6 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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ACTUAL CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS ARE DEPENDENT
UPON AUTHORITY HAVING JURISDICTION, AND MAY
EXCEED DIMENSIONS SHOWN.
LOUVERED WALL
30.0
42" CLEARANCE BETWEEN CONTROL
PANEL & ANY WALL.
48" CLEARANCE BETWEEN CONTROL
PANEL & ANY LIVE PANEL.
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
SHEET 3 OF 3
DOC
HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES MEDIUM
INDOOR HD BASEREV
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CLEARANCE BETWEEN INLET OF CONDENSER
AND INSIDE OF LOUVERED WALL
30.0
48.0
CONTROL
PANEL
42.0
WALL
LIVE PANEL
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 53.0 L X 37.3 W X 49.6 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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INDOOR UNIT
HEAVY DUTY BASE
"HxHx-xxxxxxx-xx-x"
WEIGHT: 1,250 LBS.
MAIN
ELECTRICAL
CONNECTION
TOP VIEW
46.9
53.7
FRONT VIEW
PIPING
EXTENSION
6.0
MAX.
34.0
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
O .56
MOUNTING HOLES
4 PLACES
90.7
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
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43.7
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
NOTES:
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MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 53.7 L X 37.5 W X 90.7 H.
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ACTUAL CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS ARE DEPENDENT
UPON AUTHORITY HAVING JURISDICTION, AND MAY
EXCEED DIMENSIONS SHOWN.
LOUVERED WALL
30.0
42" CLEARANCE BETWEEN CONTROL
PANEL & ANY WALL.
48" CLEARANCE BETWEEN CONTROL
PANEL & ANY LIVE PANEL.
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
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THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
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CLEARANCE BETWEEN INLET OF CONDENSER
AND INSIDE OF LOUVERED WALL
30.0
48.0
CONTROL
PANEL
42.0
WALL
LIVE PANEL
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 53.7 L X 37.5 W X 90.7 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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H-SERIES
EXTRA LARGE SIZE
INDOOR UNIT
HEAVY DUTY BASE
"HxHx-xxxxxxx-xx-x"
WEIGHT: 1,575 LBS.
MAIN
ELECTRICAL
CONNECTION
TOP VIEW
95.0
101.1
FRONT VIEW
PIPING
EXTENSION
6.0
MAX.
31.5
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
62.1
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
O .562
MOUNTING HOLES
6 PLACES
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
ISO VIEW
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
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RECEIVER
44.5
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
BOTTOM VIEW
47.4
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 101.1 L X 34.8 W X 62.1 H.
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14.0
14.6
SUCTION LINE
INLET LOCATION
RECEIVER
LIQUID LINE
OUTLET LOCATION
PIPING CONNECTION LOCATION
OUT RIGHT SIDE OF UNIT
14.4
1.0
5.1
ACCUMULATOR
COMPRESSOR
(VARIOUS MODELS OPTIONAL)
ISO VIEW
DOC
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INLET LOCATION
LIQUID LINE
OUTLET LOCATION
FRONT TO BACK
SHEET 2 OF 3
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
DRAWN: DEC 2019
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BASE ASSEMBLY
CONDENSER
(ELECTROFIN COATING
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SECTION A-A
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 101.1 L X 34.8 W X 62.1 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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MINIMUM CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS:
ACTUAL CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS ARE DEPENDENT
UPON AUTHORITY HAVING JURISDICTION, AND MAY
EXCEED DIMENSIONS SHOWN.
LOUVERED WALL
42" CLEARANCE BETWEEN CONTROL
PANEL & ANY WALL.
30.0
CLEARANCE BETWEEN INLET OF CONDENSER
AND INSIDE OF LOUVERED WALL
48.0
CONTROL
PANEL
42.0
48" CLEARANCE BETWEEN CONTROL
PANEL & ANY LIVE PANEL.
30.00
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
SHEET 3 OF 3
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LIVE PANEL
NOTES:
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MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 101.1 L X 34.8 W X 62.1 H.
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CONNECTION LOCATION
CONTROL PANEL
FACING LEFT
END OF UNIT
HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES
SMALL SIZE
OUTDOOR UNIT
STANDARD BASE
"HxSx-xxxxxxx-xx-x"
WEIGHT: 400 LBS.
32.6
LEFT SIDE VIEW
TOP VIEW
40.2
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
38.00
41.7
45.9
FRONT VIEW
HINGED TOP FRONT PANEL
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RIGHT END PANEL
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28.0
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
FRONT GRILLE
ISO VIEW
SHEET 1 OF 3
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
24.4
O .500
MOUNTING HOLES
4 PLACES
PIPING
EXTENSION
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 45.9 L X 32.6 W X 24.4 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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14.6
CONTROL PANEL
5.4
SUCTION
LINE INLET
LOCATION
5.2
RECEIVER
COMPRESSOR
(VARIOUS MODELS OPTIONAL)
SUCTION FILTER
SUCTION LINE
INLET LOCATION
CONDENSER
(ELECTROFIN COATING
OPTIONAL)
DOC
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OUTLET
LOCATION
ACCUMULATOR
BASE
SHEET 2 OF 3
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
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ISO VIEW WITH OUTDOOR HOUSING
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LINE OUTLET
LOCATION
PIPING CONNECTION LOCATION
OUT RIGHT SIDE OF UNIT
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 45.9 L X 32.6 W X 24.4 H.
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48.0
INTAKE
EXHAUST
48.0
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
INTAKE
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
INTAKE
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
SHEET 3 OF 3
DOC
REV
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H-SERIES SMALL
OUTDOOR STD BASE
CLEARANCE ON MULTIPLE UNIT APPLICATION
PROVIDE CLEARANCES AS SHOWN TO ENSURE
ADEQUATE AIRFLOW, REDUCE THE POTENTIAL
FOR AIR RECIRCULATION AND FACILITATE
SERVICE ACCESSIBILITY.
60.00
CLEARANCE BETWEEN MULTIPLE
UNIT SIDE EXHAUSTS
INTAKE
EXHAUST
180.00
CLEARANCE BETWEEN REAR UNIT
EXHAUST AND FRONT UNIT INTAKE
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
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ACTUAL CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS ARE
DEPENDENT UPON AUTHORITY HAVING
JURISDICTION, AND MAY EXCEED DIMENSIONS
SHOWN.
48.0
CONTROL
PANEL
INSIDE
48.0
CLEARANCE ON A SINGLE UNIT APPLICATION
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 45.9 L X 32.6 W X 24.4 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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FIELD LOCATE MAIN
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
IN THIS AREA
CONTROL PANEL
FACING LEFT
END OF UNIT
TOP VIEW
45.8
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
44.6
44.0
48.0
52.0
CONTROL PANEL
28.2
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
42.0
O .500
MOUNTING HOLES
4 PLACES
PIPING
EXTENSION
6.0 MAX.
ISO VIEW
FRONT GRILLE
DOC
BASE
HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES MEDIUM
OUTDOOR STD BASE
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HINGED TOP FRONT PANEL
FIXED TOP REAR PANEL
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PROJECTION
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RIGHT SIDE VIEW
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
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H-SERIES
MEDIUM SIZE
OUTDOOR UNIT
STANDARD BASE
"HxSx-xxxxxxx-xx-x"
WEIGHT: 650 LBS.
35.0
LEFT SIDE VIEW
FRONT VIEW
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 52.0 L X 35.0 W X 42.0 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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INLET LOCATION
13.5
14.8
PIPING CONNECTION LOCATION
OUT RIGHT SIDE OF UNIT
RECEIVER
CONDENSER
(ELECTROFIN COATING
OPTIONAL)
LIQUID LINE
OUTLET LOCATION
SUCTION LINE
INLET LOCATION
ACCUMULATOR
DOC
REV
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THIRD
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PROJECTION
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5.5
LIQUID LINE
OUTLET LOCATION
5.3
COMPRESSOR
(VARIOUS MODELS OPTIONAL)
SUCTION FILTER
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
ISO VIEW WITH OUTDOOR HOUSING
REMOVED FOR CLARITY
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 52.0 L X 35.0 W X 42.0 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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INTAKE
48.0
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
48.0
MINIMUM CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS:
ACTUAL CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS ARE
DEPENDENT UPON AUTHORITY HAVING
JURISDICTION, AND MAY EXCEED DIMENSIONS
SHOWN.
EXHAUST
48.0
CONTROL PANEL
FACING LEFT
END OF UNIT
EXHAUST
INTAKE
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
60.00
INTAKE
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
CLEARANCE ON MULTIPLE UNIT APPLICATION
CLEARANCE BETWEEN MULTIPLE
UNIT SIDE EXHAUSTS
EXHAUST
INTAKE
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
SHEET 3 OF 3
DOC
REV
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OUTDOOR STD BASE
PROVIDE CLEARANCES AS SHOWN TO ENSURE
ADEQUATE AIRFLOW, REDUCE THE POTENTIAL FOR
AIR RECIRCULATION AND FACILITATE SERVICE
ACCESSIBILITY.
EXHAUST
180.00
CLEARANCE BETWEEN REAR UNIT
EXHAUST AND FRONT UNIT INTAKE
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
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CLEARANCE ON A SINGLE UNIT APPLICATION
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 52.0 L X 35.0 W X 42.0 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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MAIN ELECTRICAL
CONNECTION
IN THIS AREA
CONTROL PANEL
FACING LEFT
END OF UNIT
HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES
LARGE SIZE
OUTDOOR UNIT
STANDARD BASE
"HxSx-xxxxxxx-xx-x"
WEIGHT: 1,250 LBS
35.0
LEFT SIDE VIEW
81.8
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
TOP VIEW
80.0
84.0
88.0
FRONT VIEW
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 88.0 L X 35.0 W X 41.9 H.
CONTROL PANEL
HINGED TOP FRONT PANEL
BASE
RIGHT
END
PANEL
FIXED TOP REAR PANEL
ISO VIEW
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MOUNITING
DIMENSIONS
41.9
FRONT GRILLE
O .500
MOUNTING HOLES
6 PLACES
PIPING
EXTENSION
6.0 MAX.
SHEET 1 OF 3
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
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13.5
14.8
CONTROL PANEL
5.4 6.2
RECEIVER
COMPRESSOR
(VARIOUS MODELS OPTIONAL)
CONDENSER
(ELECTROFIN COATING
OPTIONAL)
DOC
REV
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OUTDOOR STD BASE
LIQUID LINE
OUTLET LOCATION
SUCTION LINE
INLET LOCATION
ACCUMULATOR
BASE
SHEET 2 OF 3
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
ISO VIEW WITH OUTDOOR HOUSING
REMOVED FOR CLARITY
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
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INLET LOCATION
LIQUID LINE
OUTLET LOCATION
PIPING CONNECTION LOCATION
OUT RIGHT SIDE OF UNIT
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 88.0 L X 35.0 W X 41.9 H.
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INTAKE
EXHAUST
48.0
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
INTAKE
EXHAUST
INTAKE
180.0
CLEARANCE BETWEEN REAR UNIT
EXHAUST AND FRONT UNIT INTAKE
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
60.0
CLEARANCE BETWEEN MULTIPLE
UNIT SIDE EXHAUSTS
INTAKE
EXHAUST
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
SHEET 3 OF 3
DOC
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CLEARANCE ON MULTIPLE UNIT APPLICATION
PROVIDE CLEARANCES AS SHOWN TO ENSURE
ADEQUATE AIRFLOW, REDUCE THE POTENTIAL
FOR AIR RECIRCULATION AND FACILITATE
SERVICE ACCESSIBILITY.
EXHAUST
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
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ACTUAL CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS ARE
DEPENDENT UPON AUTHORITY HAVING
JURISDICTION, AND MAY EXCEED DIMENSIONS
SHOWN.
EXHAUST
48.0
CONTROL PANEL
FACING LEFT
END OF UNIT
48.0
CLEARANCE ON A SINGLE UNIT APPLICATION
EXHAUST
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 88.0 L X 35.0 W X 41.9 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES
EXTRA LARGE SIZE
OUTDOOR UNIT
STANDARD BASE
"HxSx-xxxxxxx-xx-x"
WEIGHT: 1,575 LBS.
CONTROL PANEL
FACING LEFT
END OF UNIT
FIELD LOCATE
MAIN ELECTRICAL
CONNECTION
IN THIS AREA
TOP VIEW
95.6
95.0
99.0
103.0
HINGED TOP FRONT PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
54.5
FRONT GRILLE
PIPING
EXTENSION
ISO VIEW
SHEET 1 OF 3
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
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RIGHT
END
PANEL
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LEFT SIDE VIEW
FRONT VIEW
NOTES:
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MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 103.0 L X 35.1 W X 54.5 H.
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INLET LOCATION
12.8
14.8
PIPING CONNECTION LOCATION
OUT RIGHT SIDE OF UNIT
6.7
LIQUID LINE
OUTLET LOCATION
5.5
DOC
ACCUMULATOR
INLET LINE
OUTLET LOCATION
SUCTION LINE
INLET LOCATION
REV
R
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H-SERIES EXTRA LARGE
OUTDOOR STD BASE
CONDENSER
(ELECTROFIN COATING
OPTIONAL)
BASE
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
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RECEIVER
COMPRESSOR
(VARIOUS MODELS OPTIONAL)
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
ISO VIEW WITH OUTDOOR HOUSING
REMOVED FOR CLARITY
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 103.0 L X 35.1 W X 54.5 H.
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INTAKE
48.0
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
48.0
MINIMUM CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS:
ACTUAL CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS ARE
DEPENDENT UPON AUTHORITY HAVING
JURISDICTION, AND MAY EXCEED DIMENSIONS
SHOWN.
48.0
EXHAUST
CONTROL PANEL
FACING LEFT
END OF UNIT
EXHAUST
INTAKE
EXHAUST
INTAKE
180.0
CLEARANCE BETWEEN REAR UNIT
EXHAUST AND FRONT UNIT INTAKE
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
60.0
CLEARANCE BETWEEN MULTIPLE
UNIT SIDE EXHAUSTS
INTAKE
EXHAUST
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
SHEET 3 OF 3
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EXHAUST
REV
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OUTDOOR STD BASE
CLEARANCE ON MULTIPLE UNIT APPLICATION
PROVIDE CLEARANCES AS SHOWN TO ENSURE
ADEQUATE AIRFLOW, REDUCE THE POTENTIAL FOR
AIR RECIRCULATION AND FACILITATE SERVICE
ACCESSIBILITY.
EXHAUST
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
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CLEARANCE ON A SINGLE UNIT APPLICATION
EXHAUST
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 103.0 L X 35.1 W X 54.5 H.
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FACING LEFT
END OF UNIT
MAIN ELECTRICAL
CONNECTION
LOCATION
TOP VIEW
38.2
44.1
FRONT VIEW
PIPING
EXTENSION
6.0
MAX.
28.7
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
32.1
O .56
MOUNTING HOLES
4 PLACES
HINGED TOP FRONT PANEL
FRONT GRILLE
CONTROL PANEL
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
SHEET 1 OF 3
FIXED TOP REAR PANEL
R
RIGHT END PANEL
BASE ASSEMBLY
REV
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HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES SMALL
OUTDOOR HD BASE
DOC
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HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES
SMALL SIZE
OUTDOOR UNIT
HEAVY DUTY BASE
"HxHx-xxxxxxx-xx-x"
WEIGHT: 400 LBS
32.4
LEFT SIDE VIEW
RECEIVER
34.9
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
BOTTOM VIEW
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 44.1 L X 32.4 W X 32.1 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
80
14.0
A
A
RECEIVER
13.1
CONDENSER
(ELECTROFIN COATING
OPTIONAL)
ACCUMULATOR
SUCTION LINE
INLET LOCATION
LIQUID LINE
OUTLET LOCATION
FRONT TO BACK
DOC
REV
R
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HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES SMALL
OUTDOOR HD BASE
BASE ASSEMBLY
SHEET 2 OF 3
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
ISO VIEW
OUTDOOR HOUSING
REMOVED FOR CLARITY
COMPRESSOR
(VARIOUS MODELS OPTIONAL)
CONTROL PANEL
SUCTION LINE
INLET LOCATION
5.1
1.0
5.1
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
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LIQUID LINE
OUTLET LOCATION
PIPING CONNECTION LOCATION
OUT RIGHT SIDE OF UNIT
SECTION A-A
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 44.1 L X 32.4 W X 32.1 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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INTAKE
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
48.0
EXHAUST
INTAKE
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
60.00
INTAKE
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
SHEET 3 OF 3
DOC
REV
R
PD-000000017 D
HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES SMALL
OUTDOOR HD BASE
CLEARANCE ON MULTIPLE UNIT APPLICATION
PROVIDE CLEARANCES AS SHOWN TO ENSURE
ADEQUATE AIRFLOW, REDUCE THE POTENTIAL FOR
AIR RECIRCULATION AND FACILITATE SERVICE
ACCESSIBILITY.
CLEARANCE BETWEEN MULTIPLE
UNIT SIDE EXHAUSTS
EXHAUST
INTAKE
EXHAUST
180.00
DISTANCE BETWEEN REAR UNIT
EXHAUST AND FRONT UNIT INTAKE
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
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MINIMUM CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS:
ACTUAL CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS ARE
DEPENDENT UPON AUTHORITY HAVING
JURISDICTION, AND MAY EXCEED DIMENSIONS
SHOWN.
48.0
EXHAUST
CONTROL PANEL
FACING LEFT
END OF UNIT
48.00
CLEARANCE ON A SINGLE UNIT APPLICATION
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 44.1 L X 32.4 W X 32.1 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES
MEDIUM SIZE
OUTDOOR UNIT
HEAVY DUTY BASE
"HxHx-xxxxxxx-xx-x"
WEIGHT: 650 LBS.
CONTROL PANEL
FACING LEFT
END OF UNIT
FIELD LOCATE MAIN
POWER CONNECTION
IN THIS AREA.
TOP VIEW
44.2
50.1
FRONT VIEW
PIPING
EXTENSION
6.0 MAX.
31.5
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
49.7
O .562
MOUNTING HOLES
4 PLACES
SHEET 1 OF 3
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
ISO VIEW
HINGED TOP FRONT PANEL
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
FIXED TOP REAR PANEL
R
RIGHT END PANEL
BASE ASSEMBLY
REV
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HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES MEDIUM
OUTDOOR HD BASE
DOC
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LEFT SIDE VIEW
40.9
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
BOTTOM VIEW
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 50.1 L X 35.0 W X 49.7 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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A
14.0
RECEIVER
14.8
LIQUID LINE
OUTLET LOCATION
PIPING CONNECTION LOCATION
OUT RIGHT SIDE OF UNIT
5.1
1.0
CONDENSER
(ELECTROFIN COATING
OPTIONAL)
ACCUMULATOR
SUCTION LINE
INLET LOCATION
REV
R
PD-000000018 E
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CONTROL PANEL
DOC
HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES MEDIUM
OUTDOOR HD BASE
LIQUID LINE
OUTLET LOCATION
FRONT TO BACK
SHEET 2 OF 3
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
BASE ASSEMBLY
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
ISO VIEW WITH OUTDOOR HOUSING
REMOVED FOR CLARITY
COMPRESSOR
(VARIOUS MODELS OPTIONAL)
OIL SEPERATOR
SUCTION LINE
INLET LOCATION
13.2
5.1
SECTION A-A
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 50.1 L X 35.0 W X 49.7 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
84
EXHAUST
INTAKE
48.0
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
48.0
MINIMUM CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS:
ACTUAL CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS ARE
DEPENDENT UPON AUTHORITY HAVING
JURISDICTION, AND MAY EXCEED DIMENSIONS
SHOWN.
48.0
CONTROL PANEL
FACING LEFT
END OF UNIT
EXHAUST
INTAKE
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
INTAKE
EXHAUST
DRAWN: DEC 2019
EXHAUST
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
SHEET 3 OF 3
DOC
REV
R
PD-000000018 E
HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES MEDIUM
OUTDOOR HD BASE
CLEARANCE ON MULTIPLE UNIT APPLICATION
PROVIDE CLEARANCES AS SHOWN TO ENSURE
ADEQUATE AIRFLOW, REDUCE THE POTENTIAL
FOR AIR RECIRCULATION AND FACILITATE
SERVICE ACCESSIBILITY.
60.0
CLEARANCE BETWEEN MULTIPLE
UNIT SIDE EXHAUSTS
INTAKE
EXHAUST
180.0
CLEARANCE BETWEEN REAR UNIT
EXHAUST AND FRONT UNIT INTAKE
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
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CLEARANCE ON A SINGLE UNIT APPLICATION
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 50.1 L X 35.0 W X 49.7 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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PANEL
FACING
LEFT
END OF
UNIT
TOP VIEW
80.2
86.1
FRONT VIEW
36.0
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
PIPING
EXTENSION
6.0
MAX.
31.5
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
49.6
SHEET 1 OF 3
DOC
REV
R
PD-000000019 D
HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES LARGE
OUTDOOR HD BASE
BASE ASSEMBLY
FIXED TOP REAR PANEL
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
ISO VIEW
HINGED TOP FRONT PANEL
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
O .562
MOUNTING HOLES
6 PLACES
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
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HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES
LARGE SIZE
OUTDOOR UNIT
HEAVY DUTY BASE
"HxHx-xxxxxxx-xx-x"
WEIGHT: 1,250 LBS.
35.0
34.7
LEFT SIDE VIEW
FIELD LOCATE MAIN
POWER CONNECTION
IN THIS AREA.
40.9
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
BOTTOM VIEW
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 86.1 L X 35.0 W X 49.6 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
86
A
A
14.0
RECEIVER
14.8
SUCTION LINE
INLET LOCATION
13.9
5.1
1.0
CONTROL PANEL
ISO VIEW WITH OUTDOOR HOUSING
REMOVED FOR CLARITY
COMPRESSOR
(VARIOUS MODELS OPTIONAL)
BASE ASSEMBLY
ACCUMULATOR
5.1
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
R
PD-000000019 D
REV
SUCTION LINE
INLET LOCATION
CONDENSER
(ELECTROFIN COATING
OPTIONAL)
DOC
HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES LARGE
OUTDOOR HD BASE
LIQUID LINE
OUTLET LOCATION
FRONT TO BACK
SUCTION FILTER
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
SHEET 2 OF 3
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OUTLET LOCATION
PIPING CONNECTION LOCATION
OUT RIGHT SIDE OF UNIT
SECTION A-A
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 86.1 L X 35.0 W X 49.6 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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48.0
EXHAUST
48.0
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
INTAKE
EXHAUST
INTAKE
180.00
CLEARANCE BETWEEN REAR UNIT
EXHAUST AND FRONT UNIT INTAKE
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
60.0
EXHAUST
CLEARANCE BETWEEN MULTIPLE
UNIT SIDE EXHAUSTS
INTAKE
EXHAUST
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
SHEET 3 OF 3
DOC
EXHAUST
REV
R
PD-000000019 D
HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES LARGE
OUTDOOR HD BASE
CLEARANCE ON MULTIPLE UNIT APPLICATION
PROVIDE CLEARANCES AS SHOWN TO ENSURE
ADEQUATE AIRFLOW, REDUCE THE POTENTIAL FOR
AIR RECIRCULATION AND FACILITATE SERVICE
ACCESSIBILITY.
EXHAUST
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
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MINIMUM CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS:
ACTUAL CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS ARE
DEPENDENT UPON AUTHORITY HAVING
JURISDICTION, AND MAY EXCEED DIMENSIONS
SHOWN.
EXHAUST
48.0
CONTROL PANEL
FACING LEFT
END OF UNIT
48.0
CLEARANCE ON A SINGLE UNIT APPLICATION
EXHAUST
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 86.1 L X 35.0 W X 49.6 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
88
CONTROL PANEL
FACING LEFT
END OF UNIT
HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES
EXTRA LARGE SIZE
OUTDOOR UNIT
HEAVY DUTY BASE
"HxHx-xxxxxxx-xx-x"
WEIGHT: 1,575 LBS.
34.7
LEFT SIDE VIEW
TOP VIEW
95.2
101.0
FRONT VIEW
44.5
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
HINGED TOP FRONT PANEL
62.1
PIPE
EXTENSION
6.0
MAX.
31.5
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
O .562
MOUNTING HOLES
6 PLACES
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
ISO VIEW
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DOC
REV
R
PD-000000020 D
HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES EXTRA LARGE
OUTDOOR HD BASE
BASE ASSEMBLY
RIGHT END
PANEL
FIXED TOP REAR PANEL
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
SHEET 1 OF 3
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
IN THIS AREA
RECEIVER
47.4
MOUNTING
DIMENSIONS
BOTTOM VIEW
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 101.0 L X 34.7 W X 62.1 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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A
RECEIVER
14.6
LIQUID LINE
OUTLET LOCATION
5.1
1.0
CONTROL PANEL
SECTION A-A
SUCTION LINE
INLET LOCATION
14.4
PIPING CONNECTION LOCATION
OUT RIGHT SIDE OF UNIT
SUCTION FILTER
BASE ASSEMBLY
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
SHEET 2 OF 3
ACCUMULATOR
SUCTION LINE
INLET LOCATION
DOC
REV
R
PD-000000020 D
HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES EXTRA LARGE
OUTDOOR HD BASE
LIQUID LINE
OUTLET LOCATION
FRONT TO BACK
CONDENSER
(ELECTROFIN COATING
OPTIONAL)
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
ISO VIEW WITH OUTDOOR HOUSING
REMOVED FOR CLARITY
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 101.0 L X 34.7 W X 62.1 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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48.0
INTAKE
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
48.0
INTAKE
EXHAUST
INTAKE
180.00
DISTANCE BETWEEN REAR UNIT
EXHAUST AND FRONT UNIT INTAKE
MINIMUM CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS:
ACTUAL CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS ARE
DEPENDENT UPON AUTHORITY HAVING
EXHAUST
JURISDICTION, AND MAY EXCEED DIMENSIONS
SHOWN.
EXHAUST
48.0
CONTROL
PANEL
INSIDE
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
EXHAUST
60.00
CLEARANCE BETWEEN MULTIPLE
UNIT SIDE EXHAUSTS
INTAKE
EXHAUST
DRAWN: DEC 2019
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
THIRD
ANGLE
PROJECTION
SHEET 3 OF 3
DOC
R
EXHAUST
REV
PD-000000020 D
HIGH EFFICIENCY
H-SERIES EXTRA LARGE
OUTDOOR HD BASE
CLEARANCE ON MULTIPLE UNIT APPLICATION
PROVIDE CLEARANCES AS SHOWN TO ENSURE
ADEQUATE AIRFLOW, REDUCE THE POTENTIAL
FOR AIR RECIRCULATION AND FACILITATE
SERVICE ACCESSIBILITY.
EXHAUST
INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
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48.00
CLEARANCE ON A SINGLE UNIT APPLICATION
EXHAUST
NOTES:
1. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLING CONTRACTOR TO ENSURE THAT THE FINAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODE REQUIREMENTS.
2. ILLUSTRATION SHOWN IS FOR GENERAL REPRESENTATION ONLY. ACTUAL PRODUCT WILL VARY DEPENDENT UPON APPLICATION.
3. OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 101.0 L X 34.7 W X 62.1 H.
SWN 1.0 SUBMITTAL SHEET SIZE D
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TROUBLE SHOOTING INFORMATION
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Condensing Unit Installation and Operation Manual
Yes
Verify System Operation
Do Not Replace Components
4
Replace
Compressor
Does Not Restart
No
Resolve Application Issues 3
Yes
Is the Compressor Properly
Applied? Proper Refrigerant,
Voltage Application, Temp
Range?
No
Yes
Refer to Motor & Basic Wiring Section
Correct Voltage Supply Check
-- Excessive Cable Length
-- Undersized Cable
-- Power Supply/Utility Grid
-- Loose Electrical Connections
-- Bad Transformers
-- Worn Electrical Contacts
Refer to 3 Phase Voltage Monitor Section of Controls Module
3
Replace Appropriate Components
4
See Complete System Operation Worksheet
5
See Pressure Control Section of Controls Module
6
Check for Blown Gasket or Damaged Discharge Reeds
7
Check for Loss of Charge, Restriction or Faulty Control
8
Check for Dirty Condensers, Defective Condenser, Fan &
Motor, Refrigerant Overcharge, etc.
2
1
Verify System Operation
Compressor Starts
Runs Continuously
Verify System Operation 4
Do Not Replace Compressor 4, 8
Backseat It
Verify System Operation
Troubleshooting Guide
Balance System Pressure and Attempt to
Restart While Observing Amps
Replace
Compressor
Form No. 2004CC-126
© 2004 Copeland Corporation
No
Are The Start Components
(i.e. Relays, Motor Starters,
Contactors, and Capacitors)
OK?
Verify System Operation
Not High Amps
Restarts
Fix
Connections
Bad
High Amps
Fix Replace
Wiring
Good
Inspect/Replace
Compressor 6
HPC
Is the Discharge Service Valve Back
Seated?
Do Not Replace Compressor 4, 7
No
Verify System Operation
Yes
Still Short Cycling?
Do Not Replace Compressor
Fix Voltage Issues 2, 4
Check Electrical
Connections
Replace Protector
(If Accessible) or
Compressor
Wired
Correctly
Check
Wiring
Replace
Compressor
Wired
Incorrectly
Proper
Resistance
Improper
Resistance
Check Winding
Resistance and
Resistance to Ground 1
Normal Amps
Check Amp
Draw
Improper
Voltage
Verify System Operation
Proper
Voltage
DANGER!
Do Not Frontseat Suction Service
Valve if Doing so will Isolate the
LPC from the Compressor!
Do Not Replace Compressor4
LPC
Frontseat Suction Service Valve
Thermostat
Protector
Which Control is Short
Cycling?
Compressor Starts
Short Cycle
Check Voltage at
Compressor Terminals 1
High or Excessive
Amps
Allow Time for Compressor
Protector to Reset
Compressor Starts
Immediately Trips on Protector
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No
Yes
Do Not Replace Compressor 2
Replace
Compressor
Verify System Operation
Not High Amps
High Amps
Windings OK
Verify System Operation
Resolve Application Issues 3
No
Is the Compressor Properly
Applied? Proper Refrigerant,
Voltage Application, Temp
Range?
Yes
1
2
Refer to Motor & Basic Wiring Module
See Complete System Operation Worksheet
3
Replace Appropriate Components
4
Check External Wiring
5
Correct Voltage Supply Check
-- Excessive Cable Length
-- Undersized Cable
-- Power Supply/Utility Grid
-- Loose Electrical Connections
-- Bad Transformers
-- Worn Electrical Contacts
Refer to 3 Phase Voltage Monitor Section of Controls Module
6
Check Fuses, Circuit Breakers, Control Circuit/Safety
ControlsThermostat, Contactors, etc.
1
Replace
Compressor
Windings Not OK
Check Winding
Resistance Using an
Ohmmeter
No
Do Not Replace Compressor
Check Components 2, 4
Replace
Compressor
Troubleshooting Guide
Replace
Compressor
Does Not Restart
Balance System Pressure and Attempt to
Restart While Observing Amps
Verify System Operation
Do Not Replace Compressor
Replace Components 2
Good
Replace Protector
(If Accessible) or
Compressor
Are The Start Components
(i.e. Relays, Motor Starters,
Contactors, and Capacitors)
OK?
Verify System Operation
Did Not Reset
Check Electrical
Connections
Restarts
Fix
Connections
Bad
Fix
Replace
Reset
Wired
Correctly
Check
Wiring
Proper
Resistance
No Voltage6
Do Not Replace Compressor
Fix Voltage Issues 4
Improper
Voltage 5
Allow Time for Compressor
Protector to Reset
No Amps
Wired
Incorrectly
Form No. 2004CC-126
© 2004 Copeland Corporation
Replace
Compressor
Improper
Resistance
Check Winding
Resistance and
Resistance to Ground 1
High or
Excessive
Check Amp
Draw
Proper
Voltage
Yes
Is Compressor Grounded?
Allow Time for Compressor
Protector to Reset
Check Voltage at
Compressor Terminals 1
Does Not Start
Instantly Blown Fuses
Compressor Not Running
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