McQuay MWMV Specifications

McQuay MWMV Specifications
Installation and Maintenance Manual
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Group: WSHP
Part Number: 910153322
Date: April 2014
Legacy Console Water Source Heat Pumps
3/4 to 1½ Ton
Unit Sizes 009-019
R-410A Models – For Replacement of McQuay Console Models:
WAA, WAF, WAG, WAH, WAS, WAX, WCB, WCQ, WDA, WDB, WDC, WDD, WDE, WDF, WDG,
WDH, WDJ, WDL ,WDN, WDS, WDU, WDX, WDY, WDZ, WFQ, WLA, WLB, WLC, WLL, WLZ,
WMA, WMB, WMC, WMD, WME, WMF, WMG, WMH, WMJ, WMK, WML, WMM, WMN, WMO,
WMP, WMQ, WMR, WMS, WMT, WMU, WMV, WMW, WMX, WMY, WMZ, WSQ, WST, WXA, WXB,
WXC, WXD, WXE, WXF, WXG, WXJ, WXK, WXQ, WXS, WXU, WZA, WZC, WZD, WZE, WZF,
WZG, WZH, WZK, WZL, WZM, WZP, WZQ, WZS, WZZ
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Contents
Nomenclature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Multiple Unit Control Panel for Mark IV . . . . . . . . . . 20
Product Identifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Field Installed Outside Air Damper (Accessory) . . 21
Physical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Manual Outside Air Damper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Receiving and Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Motorized Outside Air Damper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Pre-Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Motorized Outside Air Damper Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . 22
General: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Unit Operation Check List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Unit Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Installing the Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Neither fan nor compressor runs: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Water Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Fan operates but compressor does not: . . . . . . . . . 23
Unit Piping Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Compressor attempts to start but doesn’t: . . . . . . . . 24
Shutoff/Balancing Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Compressor runs in short cycle: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Suggested Hose Kit Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Insufficient cooling or heating: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Adding Motorized & Valve Assemblies . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Insufficient water flow through condenser: . . . . . . . . 24
Piping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Water drips from conditioner: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Cleaning and Flushing System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Noisy unit operation: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Standard Electrical Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Cord & Plug Electrical Connection (Field Installed) . . 11
Typical Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Operating Limits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Typical Mark IV/AC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Electrical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Console WSHP Size 009–019, All Voltages, 60Hz /
Single Phase, Mark IV Board with Manual Changeover
(MCO) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Operating Voltages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Unit Electrical Data Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Units with Boilerless System Electric Heat . . . . . . . . 14
Unit Operation – General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Mark IV/AC-Control Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Motorized Valve & Relay for Unit Sizes 009 to 019 . 16
Control Options on Mark IV/AC Units . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Thermostat Connection Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Programmable Electronic Thermostat Two-Stage
Heat/Two-Stage Cool, 7-Day Programmable . . . . . . 18
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Non-Programmable, Auto or Manual Changeover
Two Stage Heat/Two Stage Cool, Night Setback
Override . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Console WSHP Size 009–019, All Voltages, 60Hz /
Single Phase, Mark IV Board with Auto Changeover
(ACO) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Console WSHP Size 009–019, All Voltages, 60Hz /
Single Phase, Mark IV Board with Auto Changeover
(ACO) Remote Thermostat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Console WSHP Size 009–019, All Voltages, 60Hz /
Single Phase, Mark IV Board with Manual Changeover
(MCO) Boilerless Constant Fan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Console WSHP Size 009–019, All Voltages, 60Hz /
Single Phase, Mark IV Board with Auto Changeover
(ACO) Boilerless with Remote Thermostat . . . . . . . 31
Water Source Heat Pump Equipment Check, Test
and Start Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Unit Check / Equipment Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Commercial Check, Test and Start Worksheet . . . . . 34
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Optional Remote Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
(Used with Thermostats 668375301 & 668375401) . 19
Optional Remote Sensor Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
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Model Nomenclature
Nomenclature
Note: Text displayed in Bold-Italics designate standard offering.
Category
Product Category
Code Item
Code Option
01
1
Product Identifier 02
2-4
Design Series (Vintage) 03
5
Code Designation & Description (Bold-Italic = Standard)
W
=
Water Source Heat Pump
WXH =
WXL =
WXM =
WXN =
WXP =
WXR =
WXT =
WXV =
WZB =
WZJ =
WZN =
WZU =
WZV =
WZW =
WZX =
WZY =
Slope Top Wall Mtd/High Sill/DDC Less Board/Chassis Only
Flat Top Wall Mtd/High Sill/DDC Less Board/Chassis Only
Flat Top Wall Mtd/Low Sill/DDC Less Board/Chassis Only
Flat Top Wall Mtd/High Sill/DDC Less Board
Flat Top Wall Mtd/Low Sill/DDC Less Board
Slope Top Wall Mtd/High Sill/DDC Less Board
Slope Top Wall Mtd/Low Sill/DDC Less Board/Chassis Only
Slope Top Wall Mtd/Low Sill/DDC Less Board
Flat Top Wall Mtd/Low Sill/Mark IV
Flat Top Wall Mtd/High Sill/Mark IV
Slope Top Wall Mtd/Low Sill/Mark IV
Slope Top Wall Mtd/High Sill/Mark IV/Chassis Only
Slope Top Wall Mtd/Low Sill/Mark IV/Chassis Only
Flat Top Wall Mtd/High Sill/Mark IV/Chassis Only
Flat Top Wall Mtd/Low Sill/Mark IV/Chassis Only
Slope Top Wall Mtd/High Sill/Mark IV
2
3
=
=
Design Series 2
Design Series 3
=
=
=
=
9,000 Btuh Nominal Cooling
12,000 Btuh Nominal Cooling
15,000 Btuh Nominal Cooling
19,000 Btuh Nominal Cooling
Nominal Capacity 04
6-8
009
012
015
019
Voltage 05
9
A
= 115-60-1 (Size 009 and 012 only)
E =208-230/60/1
J
= 265/277-60-1 (Size 009 and 015 only)
Coil Options
06
10
G
= Cupro-Nickel Coax Coil, Geothermal
S
= Copper-Steel Coax Coil
T
= Cupro-Nickel Coax Coil
W
= Copper-Steel Coax, Geothermal
Heating Options
07
11-12
00 =None
(Not available in 115/60/1 voltage)
20
= 1.0 kW Electric Heat Nominal
30
= 2.0 kW Electric Heat Nominal
Note: See Table 7 on page 14 for allowable maximum kW based on voltage selection
Hand Orientation
08
13
U =Right
V =Left
Controls 09
14-15
11
12
13
*Note: Code 00 designed for use with 25
field-installed Alerton control board
00
Discharge 10
16-17
=
=
=
=
=
Unit-Mounted ACO
Unit-Mounted MCO
24V Wall T-Stat Setup
Unit-Mounted ACO with Low Limit, NSB and Override
None (DDC Less Control)*
AA =Top
Return Air
11
18-19
13
=
14
=
Front (Low sill only)
Bottom (High sill only)
Power Connection
12
20
A
=
C
=
P
=
Std. Electrical Junction Box
Cord (Chassis Only)
Power Cord w/Fused Disconnect
(Available with cabinet and chassis combination)
Color13
21
B
= Putty Beige (Flat-top only)
C
= Cupola White (Slope-top and Flat-top)
G
= Soft Gray (Flat-top only)
I
= Antique Ivory (Standard color for slope-top, option for flat-top)
Z =None
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Product Identifiers
Cabinet
Subbase Height
Previous
Model
Replacement
Model
Slope Top
WAH, WDD, WDN
WXH
●
WDC, WDZ, WXG
WXL
●
Flat Top
–
WXM
●
WAF, WAX, WDF, WDG, WDL,
WDU, WDX, WXC, WXF, WXJ,
WXQ, WZK, WZK
WXN
●
WAA, WDA, WXE
WXP
●
WAG, WAS, WDH, WDS, WDY,
WZC, WZD, WZG, WZH, WST,
WDS
WXR
●
Controls
1DDC Less Board
Chassis
Only2
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
High Sill
Low Sill
Mark IV
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
WDE
WXT
●
●
●
WDB, WDJ, WXA, WXB, WZL
WXV
●
●
●
WCB, WLB, WMB, WMJ, WMW,
WXD, WXU
WZB
●
WFQ, WLL, WME, WMF, WMX,
WXS, WZF, WZP
WZJ
●
WLC, WMA, WMP,
WSQ, WZA
WZN
●
WMG, WMN, WZQ
WZU
●
WZV
●
WMC, WMK, WMT, WMU, WZM
WZW
●
WMD, WML, WMQ, WMV, WZE
WZX
●
WLA, WLZ, WMO, WMR, WMS,
WMY, WMZ, WZS
WZY
2 Subbase
●
●
●
●
WCQ, WMH, WMM, WXK, WZZ
1 Field-supplied
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
control board
not included
Physical Data
Table 1: Physical Data
Unit Size
009
012
015
019
Fan Wheel - D x W (in.)
5-3⁄4 x 9.15
5-3⁄4 x 9.15
6 x 7.8
6 x 7.8
Fan Motor (hp)
1/24
1/15
1/8
1/8
Coil Face Area (ft.2)
1.4
1.4
1.9
1.9
Coil Rows
3
3
3
3
Refrigerant Charge (oz.)
21.5
21.5
33.0
33.5
Filter Size (in.)
9-3⁄4 x 23-3⁄4
9-3⁄4 x 23-3⁄4
9-3⁄4 x 31-3⁄4
9-3⁄4 x 31-3⁄4
Water Connections, Tube (in.)
5/8 O.D.
5/8 O.D.
5/8 O.D.
5/8 O.D.
Condensate Connection, I.D. (In.)*
Weight, Operating (lbs.)
Weight, Shipping (lbs.)
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
Cabinet & Chassis
164
166
185
193
Chassis Only
125
127
129
131
Cabinet & Chassis
184
186
215
223
Chassis Only
145
146
153
156
* Condensate hoses are 14″ long.
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Receiving and Storage
Upon receipt of the equipment, check carton for visible
damage. Make a notation on the shipper’s delivery
ticket before signing. If there is any evidence of rough
handling, the cartons should be opened at once to check
for concealed damage. If any damage is found, notify
the carrier within 48 hours to establish your claim, and
request their inspection and a report. The Warranty
Claims Department should then be contacted.
Do not stand or transport the machines on end. For
storing, each carton is marked with “up” arrows.
In the event that elevator transfer makes upended
positioning unavoidable, absolutely insure that the
machine is in the normal upright position for at least 24
hours before operating.
Temporary storage at the jobsite must be indoors,
completely sheltered from rain, snow, etc. High or
low temperatures naturally associated with weather
patterns will not harm the conditioners. Excessively high
temperatures of 140°F (60°C) may deteriorate certain
plastic materials and cause permanent damage. In
addition, the solid-state circuit boards may experience
operation problems.
Note: Care should be taken when handling this equipment.
Rough handling can create damage to internal electrical and refrigeration components.
IMPORTANT
This product was carefully packed and thoroughly inspected
before leaving the factory. Responsibility for its safe delivery
was assumed by the carrier upon acceptance of the
shipment. Claims for loss or damage sustained in transit
must therefore be made upon the carrier as follows:
VISIBLE LOSS OR DAMAGE
Any external evidence of loss or damage must be noted
on the freight bill or carrier’s receipt, and signed by the
carrier’s agent. Failure to adequately describe such external
evidence of loss or damage may result in the carrier’s
refusal to honor a damage claim. The form required to file
such a claim will be supplied by the carrier.
CONCEALED LOSS OR DAMAGE
Concealed loss or damage means loss or damage which
does not become apparent until the product has been
unpacked. The contents may be damaged in transit due
to rough handling even though the carton may not show
external damages. When the damage is discovered upon
unpacking, make a written request for inspection by the
carrier’s agent within fifteen (15) days of the delivery date
and file a claim with the carrier.
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Pre-Installation
WARNING
The installer must determine and follow all applicable
codes and regulations. This equipment presents hazards
of electricity, rotating parts, sharp edges, heat and weight.
Failure to read and follow these instructions can result in
property damage, severe personal injury or death. This
equipment must be installed by experienced, trained
personnel only.
General:
Units must be installed in accordance with all applicable
codes.
To prevent damage, this equipment should not be
operated for supplementary heating and cooling during
the construction period.
Inspect the carton for any specific tagging numbers
indicated by Daikin per a request from the installing
contractor. At this time, the voltage, capacity and model
should be checked against the plans.
Check the unit size against the plans to be sure that the
unit will be installed in the correct location.
Units should be kept in shipping carton until installed.
At the time the unit is to be placed in its final position
and only then should the carton be removed. Retain
the carton and cut away one side and bottom. Take the
remaining portion of the carton and place it over the unit.
This will insure the unit is protected from paint spotting,
dirt, dust and lint that can affect proper unit operation,
and will also prevent needless cleaning adding to
installation cost.
The installing contractor will find it beneficial to confer
with other contractors; i.e., plumbing, electrical, pipe
fitters, etc., before installing any conditioners.
Remove the front panel by removing a screw on each
side of the cabinet at the subbase.
All piping and electrical wiring should be flexible so that
vibrations are not transmitted to the building structure.
Ensure all electrical connections are in place and tight.
Locate the unit in an area that allows easy removal
or accessibility for service personnel to perform
maintenance and repair.
If units are placed on a concrete floor or other hard
surface, it is recommended that the floor be free from
all construction debris that may add to the operating
noise level of the unit. It is recommended that the unit
be placed on rubber matting to prevent distortion and/or
vibration.
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Unit Location
5. Using a carpenter’s square and level, make sure
unit is level and that it is at a 90-degree angle with
the wall and floor.
2. All units are to be installed against a wall.
Note: If the floor and wall are not at right angles, it will
be necessary to shim the subbase for proper
installation. Daikin will not accept responsibility
for units that may need to be shimmed. Poor or
inadequate installation could create noisy unit
operation.
6. The cabinet backwrap has slots on the back
flange to mount the assembly to the wall. It is the
contractor’s responsibility to select the correct
fastener for each unit, using a minimum of three (3)
fasteners, Figure 1.
1. Console water source heat pumps are designed to
be installed in a controlled environment.
3. Each unit should be located on the architectural
plans. The supply, return, and condensation piping
should be located accordingly, making sure the
piping will fit into the confines of the subbase and
cabinet.
Installing the Unit
WARNING
Installation and maintenance are to be performed by qualified
personnel who are familiar with local codes and Regulations, and
experienced with this type of equipment.
7. After securing the subbase and backwrap assembly
in place, insert the chassis if it has been removed.
Next, the electrical connection should be made,
Figure 2 on page 8
CAUTION
Figure 1: Cabinet backwrap & subbase
Sharp edges can cause personal injury. Avoid contact with them.
1. Consult job blueprints for unit location. Clean
area where unit is to be installed, removing all
construction dirt and debris.
Backwrap
A
IMPORTANT
Clean unit mounting area of all construction debris. Check that
the floor is level and at 90 degrees to the wall. Daikin McQuay
recommends the placement of a sound absorbing mat beneath
the unit footprint before continuing to the next installation step.
Subbase
2. Remove unit from shipping carton and save the
carton. Remove the front panel by removing a screw
on each end of the cabinet. Lift the cabinet up,
forward and off.
3. Each chassis is mounted to cabinet backwrap and
subbase assembly by six screws for shipment.
Remove four screws, two on each side of the
chassis at the subbase.
B
10.0"*
(245mm)
Table 2: Dimensions in inches (mm)
STOP!If an outside air damper kit is to be installed, refer
to “Field Installed Outside Air Damper (Accessory)” on page 21 for the manual damper or
the motorized damper kit and install it now.
4. Position cabinet backwrap and subbase against the
wall where unit is to be installed. Ensure adequate
room exists for piping and electrical connection in
the subbase by checking the connection end of the
subbase.
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Unit Type
Unit Size
A
B
C
Standard
Height
009-012
46 (1168)
45 (1143)
25 (635)
015-019
54 (1372)
53 (1346)
25 (635)
Note: *Total unit is 10-3/4″ (273mm) deep. The cabinet extends beyond the
subbase 1/4″ (6mm) in the back and 1/2″ (14mm) in the front.
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Figure 2: Chassis (Left-hand slope top unit shown)
Escutcheon Plate
Control Diagram
Air Coil
Compressor/Control Box
Access Cover
Water Return
W ater Supply
All Pipe Fittings Are To Be
Field Installed
Junction Box
Flexible Hoses
Wiring Diagram
Ball Valves
Fan/Coil Section Access Panel
Electric Conduit
9.0"
(229mm)
Condensate Line–14" (356mm) Clear Vinyl
Hose Clamp
5.0"
(127mm)
Water Connections
All piping connections should be made using good
plumbing practices and in accordance with any and all
local codes that may apply.
Note: It will be helpful to read, “Piping” on page 10
Unit Piping Connection
Each heat pump is supplied with extended copper tubing
on the water-to-refrigerant coil and 1/2" (12.7mm) OD
tubing. The connections are for both the supply and
return water connections.
Note:Valves – Shut off Combination Balancing Valves,
Hoses – Supply Return, Condensate Drain Hose and
90º Elbows are all factory available as accessories, (to
be mounted in the field by others).
Shutoff/Balancing Valve
Each heat pump requires a shutoff valve on both the
supply and return lines for easy serviceability and
removal if it becomes necessary.
We suggest using our combination shutoff/balancing
valves installed in the field between the contractor’s
piping and the heat pump unit. Constructed of brass
and rated at 400 psig (2758 kPa) maximum working
pressure. Valves have a built-in adjustable memory
stop to eliminate rebalancing. The valve installed on the
return line acts as a balancing valve to adjust the proper
water flow. Each shutoff/balancing valve has 1/2" FPT ×
1/2" FPT threaded connections.
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Suggested Hose Kit Installation
Field installed piping can be brought up from the floor or
through the wall.
Notes: 1. Hoses are available in multiple lengths to
acommodate various piping locations and
optional components.
2. Make sure the pipes fit the confines of the
piping compartment of the heat pump unit.
See Figure 4 on page 9.
Attach the field installed combination shut/off balancing
valve to the building water supply and return piping. Next
add the female pipe adapter connection to unit supply
and return coil connection by sweating them in place
using silver solder.
Next, using the specified hose kit, screw the fixed
end into the shut-off/balancing valve. Remove the
1/2" adapter from the other end of the hose. Insert
the adapter into the female fitting. Using two crescent
wrenches, one to hold the pipe connection and the
second to tighten the adapter, insert the swivel end of
the hose on the adapter and tighten. This completes the
hose connection to standard heat pump equipment.
Adding Motorized & Valve Assemblies
All console water source heat pumps can be field
installed with a motorized valve. All valves are mounted
on the return line of each unit. All valve assemblies
terminate with 1/2" NPT threaded connections and will
also accommodate factory supplied hose kits.
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Note: All plumbing connections are made the same way
whether or not the unit has valve packages. Whether
or not you utilize our hose kits and shutoff/balancing
valve all piping connections will have to conform with
all local piping and building codes. The ability to remove the unit in order to perform repairs is imperative.
Table 3: 90 Degree Pipe Elbow Dimensions for Figure 3
Note: Valves, hoses and 90-degree elbows are factory
available accessories, to be field-mounted by others.
A - Nominal
Size
A
B
C
D
E
F
1/2" × 1/2"
.627"/.631"
1/2"
FPT
.50
.43
.81
1.08
Condensate Hose Connection
Each unit is supplied with a 3/4" (19mm) I.D. clear vinyl
condensate hose internally trapped within the chassis.
The hose extends 14" (356mm) out of the chassis within
the piping compartment to reach the floor or the back
wall.
Field condensate piping must enter within the confines of
the cabinet (back wall or floor) similar to the supply and
return piping. Slide the vinyl hose over the condensate
pipe and clamp it.
Pipe Elbows
90-degree, 1/2" SWT × 1/2" FPT Cast Bronze elbow
fittings can be ordered to make sweat connections to the
unit supply and return pipe stubs to accept the threaded
connection of flexible hoses.
Figure 3: 90 Degree Pipe Elbow (See Table 3 for letter
dimensions)
A
B - Thread
Size
C
D
F
Ref.
E
Figure 4: Hose kit installation (field-installed)
Escutcheon
Plate
Control Box
Air Coil
Water Return
Water Supply
NOTE: Valves,
(shut-off combination
balancing valves),
Hoses, (supply and
return, condensate
drain hose), also 90 o
elbows are all factory
available as accessories, to be mounted
in the field by others.
All Pipe Fittings Are
To Be Field Installed
Compressor/Control
Box Access Cover
Junction Box
Flexible Hoses
Ball Valves
Fan/Coil Section Access Panel
Condensate Line–14" (356mm) Clear Vinyl
9.0"
(229mm)
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Wiring Diagram
Hose Clamp
5.0"
(127mm)
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Piping
1. All units are recommended to be connected to
supply and return piping in a two-pipe reverse return
configuration. A reverse return system is inherently
self-balancing and requires only trim balancing
where multiple quantities of units with different flow
and pressure drop characteristics are connected
to the same loop. A simple way to check for proper
water balance is to take a differential temperature
reading across the water connections when in the
cooling mode. To insure proper water flow, the
differential should be 10˚F to 14˚F (-5˚C to -8˚C).
A direct return system may also be made to work
acceptably, but proper water flow balancing is more
difficult to achieve and maintain.
2. The piping can be steel, copper or PVC, but must
comply with local codes.
3. Supply and return runouts are usually connected to
the unit by short lengths of high pressure flexible hose
which are sound attenuators for both unit operating
noise and hydraulic pumping noise. Note: When
using the flex hose connections you must add a 90
degree elbow kit, for making the connection. This
elbow is sweat on one end – female 1/2" FPT on the
other end. One end of the hose should have a swivel
fitting to facilitate removal for service. Hard piping can
also be brought directly to the unit, although it is not
recommended since additional noise
4. Some flexible hose threaded fittings are supplied
with sealant compound. If not, apply Teflon tape to
assure a tight seal.
5. Supply and return shutoff valves are required
at each conditioner. The return valve is used for
balancing and should have a “memory stop” so that
it can always be closed off, but can only be reopened to the proper position for the flow required.
6. No unit should be connected to the supply and
return piping until the water system has been
cleaned and flushed completely. After the cleaning
and flushing has taken place, the initial connection
should have all valves wide open in preparation for
water system flushing.
7. Condensate piping can be steel, copper, or PVC. Each
unit is supplied with a clear vinyl condensate hose.
8. Units are internally trapped. Copper or PVC condensate
lines can be used. A means of disconnection must be
furnished to facilitate chassis removal.
9. No point of the drain system may be above the drain
pan of any unit.
10. Automatic flow control devices must not be installed
prior to system cleaning and flushing.
11. A high point of the piping system must be vented.
12. Check local code for the need for electric fittings.
Figure 5: Typical 2-Pipe Reverse Return Configuration
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Cleaning and Flushing System
1. Prior to first operation of any conditioner, the water
circulating system must be cleaned and flushed of all
construction dirt and debris. If the conditioners are
equipped with water shutoff valves, either electric
or pressure operated, the supply and return runouts
must be connected together at each conditioner
location. This will prevent the introduction of dirt into
the unit. Additionally, pressure operated valves only
open when the compressor is operating.
Figure 6: Temporary Connection for Flushing System Piping
Swivel
1/2" (13mm)
I.D. Hose
Adapter 1/2" MPT
x 37 Flare JIC
1/2" (13mm) MPT
Steel Fitting
Supply
Valve
Return Valve
Floor Line
2. The system should be filled at the city water makeup
connection with all air vents open. After filling, vents
should be closed. The contractor should start main
circulator with pressure reducing valve makeup
open. Vents should be checked in sequence to bleed
off any trapped air to assure circulation through all
components of the system. Power to the heat rejector
unit should be off, and the supplementary heat
control set at 80˚F (27˚C). While circulating water,
the contractor should check and repair any leaks in
the piping. Drains at the lowest point(s) in the system
should be opened for initial flush and blowdown,
making sure city water fill valves are set to make up
water at the same rate. Check the pressure gauge
at pump suction, and manually adjust the makeup to
hold the same positive steady pressure, both before
and after opening the drain valves. Flush should
continue for at least two hours, or longer if required,
to see clear, clean drain water.
3. Supplemental heater and circulator pump should be
shut off. All drains and vents should be opened to
completely drain down the system. Short circuited
supply and return runouts should now be connected
to the conditioner supply and return connections.
Teflon tape is recommended versus pipe dope for
pipe thread connections. Use no sealers at the
swivel flare connections of hoses.
4. Trisodium phosphate was formerly recommended as a
cleaning agent during flushing. However, many states
and localities ban the introduction of phosphates into
their sewage systems. The current recommendation is
to simply flush longer with 80˚F (27˚C) water.
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5. Refill the system with clean water. Test and treat as
required to leave the water slightly alkaline (pH 7.5
to 8.5). The specified percentage of antifreeze may
also be added at this time. Use commercial grade
antifreeze designed for HVAC systems only. Do not
use automotive grade antifreeze.
6. Set the system control and alarm panel heat add
setpoint to 70˚F (21˚C) and heat rejection setpoint
to 85˚F (29˚C). Supply power to all motors and
start the circulating pumps. After full flow has been
established through all components, including the
heat rejector (regardless of season), and air vented
and loop temperatures stabilized, each of the
conditioners will be ready for check, test, and startup and for air and water balancing.
7. It is not Daikin’s policy to make recommendations
on water treatment. The general contractor or owner
should contact a local water treatment company
regarding water treatment. However, this topic is
critical and care should be taken to make sure it
is done properly to prevent problems related to
flow. A fouled closed loop water system will lead to
premature component failure.
Standard Electrical Connection
Each chassis comes with a junction box mounted on
the side of the chassis and contains the field electrical
connection.
Note: If electrical wiring or conduit comes through the
floor, all wires or conduit should be sealed at this
point. It will prevent any condensation or water
leakage that may occur due to lack of preventive
maintenance. Each unit has an internal condensate trap that will require cleaning. We suggest
wiring coming through the wall should also be
sealed to stop cold air infiltration through the wall
cavity which could affect unit thermostat operation.
Remove the junction box cover, selecting the proper
knockout and remove it. Install a strain relief and pass the
wires through the strain relief into the junction box making
the connection and reinstall the junction box cover.
Note: Check the local code concerning correct electrical
connection.
Cord & Plug Electrical Connection (Field
Installed)
Cord connected equipment comes with a box and
appropriate voltage receptacle. However, a disconnect
switch and fuses can also be provided in the box. As an
option, the box comes factory mounted on the backwrap
and is ready to be field wired to the incoming power. The
box is mounted on the same side as the piping.
It is the responsibility of the installing contractor to make
the proper electrical connection to the electrical box, using
the same method as described in the standard electrical
connection. See Figure 7 and Figure 8 on page 12.
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Figure 7: Standard electrical connection - Junction box
Control Box
Escutcheon Plate
Air Coil
Compressor Cover
Junction Box
Electrical Conduit
Floor
Wiring Diagram
1.0"*
(25mm)
*1.0" (25mm) from inside
surface of wall
Fan Motor Cover
9.0"
(229mm)
5.0"
(127mm)
Figure 8: Cord & plug connection (field-installed)
Power Cord
Figure 9: Cabinet power connection (field-installed)
Receptacle, Fuses & Disconnect Switch
(Requires plug cord on chassis.)
Receptacle Plug
RECEPTACLE
GR/YE
Fuse Holder
PK
Switch
Fuse
Backwrap
BK
PK
WH
WH
BK
Fuse
Fuse
Disconnect Box
Disconnect Switch
BK
10.0"
(254mm)
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5.00"
(127mm)
WH or RD
Fused Disconnect Box REV
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Electrical Data
Operating Limits
Environment
This equipment is designed for indoor installation only.
Sheltered locations such as attics, garages, etc., generally
will not provide sufficient protection against extremes in
temperature and/or humidity, and equipment performance,
reliability, and service may be adversely affected.
Additional Information
Units are designed to start and operate with entering
air at 40˚F (4˚C), with entering water at 70˚F (21˚C),
with both air and water at the flow rates used in the ISO
Standard 13256-1 rating test, for initial start-up in winter.
Note: This is not a normal or continuous condition. It is
assumed that such a start-up is for the purpose
of bringing the building space to occupancy temperature.
Table 4: Air limits in °F (°C)
Air Limits
Cooling
Heating
40°F (4°C)
40°F (4°C)
Rated Ambient
80°F (27°C)
70°F (21°C)
Maximum Ambient Air2
100°F (38°C)
85°F (29°C)
Minimum Entering Air1
50°F (10°C)
40°F (4°C)
Rated Entering Air
80/67°F (27°/19°C)
70°F (21°C)
Maximum Entering Air2
100/83°F (38/28°C)
80°F (27°C)
Minimum Ambient Air
1
Table 5: Fluid limits
Fluid Limits
Cooling
Heating
Minimum Entering
30°F (-1°C)
20°F (-6°C)
Normal Entering
77°F (25°C)
40°F (4°C)
Maximum Entering
110°F (43°C)
90°F (32°C)
Minimum GPM/Ton
1.5
Nominal GPM/Ton
3.0
Maximum GPM/Ton
4.0
General
1. Be sure the available power is the same voltage
and volt operation unless specified for 230 volts.
phase as that shown on the unit serial plate. Line
and voltage wiring must be done in accordance
with local codes or the National Electrical Code,
whichever is applicable.
2. Apply correct line voltage to the unit. A disconnect
switch near the unit is required by code. Power
to the unit must be sized correctly and have dual
element (Class RK5) fuses or HACR circuit breaker
for branch circuit overcurrent protection. See the
nameplate for correct ratings.
3. All 208-230V single phase units are factory wired for
208 volt operation unless specified for 230 volts.
Operating Voltages
115/60/1.............................104 volts min.; 127 volts max.
208-230/60/1.....................197 volts min.; 253 volts max.
265/60/1............................238 volts min.; 292 volts max.
230/50/1............................197 volts min.; 253 volts max.
Note: Voltages listed are to show voltage range. However,
units operating circuit overcurrent protection. See the
nameplate for with overvoltage or undervoltage for extended periods of time will experience correct ratings.
premature component failure.
Notes: 1. Maximum and minimum values may not be
combined. If one value is at maximum or
minimum, the other two conditions may not
exceed the normal condition for standard
units. Extended range unit may combine any
two maximum conditions, but not more than
two, with all other conditions being normal
conditions.
2. This is not a normal or continuous operating
condition. It is assumed that such a start-up
is for the purpose of bringing the building
space up to occupancy temperature.
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Unit Electrical Data Table
Table 6: Unit Electrical Data
Unit Size
009
012
015
019
Power
Compressor
Volt
Hz
Phase
RLA
LRA
Motor FLA
Total Unit
FLA
Min. Volts
Min. Circuit
Ampacity
Max. Fuse
Size
115
60
1
8.0
50
0.63
8.63
104
10.6
15
208/230
60
1
3.7
22
0.40
4.10
197
5.0
15
265
60
1
3.5
22
0.35
3.85
240
4.7
15
115
60
1
9.5
50
1.60
11.10
104
13.5
20
208/230
60
1
4.7
25
0.60
5.30
197
6.5
15
208/230
60
1
5.6
29
0.82
6.42
197
7.8
15
265
60
1
5.0
28
0.55
5.55
240
6.8
15
208/230
60
1
7.4
33
0.82
8.22
197
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Units with Boilerless System Electric Heat
Table 7: Units with Boilerless System Electric Heat
Unit
Size
Power
Volt/Hz/Phase
Electric Heater
kW
Nominal
208/60/1
230/60/1
009
012
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Min. Volts
Min. Circuit
Ampacity
Max. Fuse
Size
22
0.40
4.10
197
5.0
15
LRA
0.62
3.0
3.7
Actual
3.3
3.7
22
0.40
4.10
197
5.0
15
1.00
3.8
3.5
22
0.35
3.85
240
5.2
15
208/60/1
1.23
5.9
3.7
22.0
0.40
4.10
197
5.0
15
1.5
6.5
3.7
22.0
0.40
4.10
197
5.0
15
265/60/1
2.0
7.5
3.5
22.0
0.35
3.85
240
5.2
15
208/60/1
0.62
3.0
4.7
25
0.60
5.30
197
6.5
15
0.75
3.3
4.7
25
0.60
5.30
197
6.5
15
1.23
5.9
4.7
25.0
0.60
5.30
197
6.5
15
1.5
6.5
4.7
25.0
0.60
5.30
197
6.5
15
1.23
5.9
5.6
29
0.82
6.42
197
8.4
15
1.50
6.5
5.6
29
0.82
6.42
197
9.9
15
265/60/1
2.00
7.5
5.0
28
0.55
5.55
240
10.1
15
208/60/1
1.23
5.9
7.4
33
0.82
8.22
197
10.1
15
1.50
6.5
7.4
33
0.82
8.22
197
10.1
15
230/60/1
208/60/1
2.0
1.0
2.0
208/60/1
019
Total Unit
FLA
RLA
0.75
230/60/1
015
Motor FLA
Amps
265/60/1
230/60/1
1.0
Compressor
230/60/1
230/60/1
2.0
2.0
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Unit Operation – General
Mark IV/AC-Control Units
Note: At start-up of unit, ensure that temperature, flow rate
and voltage are within specified limits required for
proper unit operation. Each unit has its own control
or remote control, utilizing an internal thermostat (unit
mounted) and touch-pad selector switch or a wall
mounted thermostat (remote control units).
Each unit has a Mark IV/AC version printed circuit board.
Its control is available in unit mounted or remote wall
thermostat. The Mark IV/AC controller has a 14-pin low
voltage terminal strip for a hardwired interface for all
the necessary field connections interfacing to external
equipment (see Table 8). The low voltage output from
the low voltage terminal strip is always 24 volts AC.
Terminals F and V on the low voltage terminal strip
supply 24 volts DC-power.
Table 8: 14-Position Terminal Strip
Pin
Designation
Description
1
C
Transformer ground (0vac)
2
R
Transformer supply (24vac)
3
V
– DC power connection
4
P
Pump request output
5
A
Alarm fault output
6
U
Unoccupied input
7
L
Load shed input
8
E
Remote shutdown input
9
F
+DC power connection
10
Y1
Occupied cooling mode input
11
W1
Occupied heating mode input
12
G
Fan only input
13
W2
Unoccupied heating mode input
14
O
Tenant override input
The 24 volt low voltage terminal strip is set up so R-G
or F-G energizes the fan, R-Y1 or F-Y1 energizes
the compressor for cooling operation, R-W1 or F-W1
energizes the compressor and reversing valve for
heating operation. The reversing valve is energized in
the heating mode. The circuit board has a fan interlock
circuit to energize the fan whenever the compressor’s on
if the thermostat logic fails to do so.
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Remember the output to the wall stat can be AC current
or DC current. Terminal (R) on the wall stat can be
connected to terminal (R) on the PC board for AC voltage
or to terminal (F) on the PC board for DC voltage.
AC current
DC current
R to G = fan only F to G = fan only
R to Y1 = cooling
F to Y1 = cooling
R to W1 = heat F to W1 = heat
Continuous Fan: Units are factory wired for continuous
operation. When power is applied and the start switch is
depressed, the fan will run.
Cooling or Heating – Auto Operation: Rotate the
thermostat knob to either warmer or cooler. Select fan
speed. Depress the start button. Unit will start within 0 to
32 seconds.
Lockout Circuit: Each unit has its own lockout circuit
to lock out compressor operation when an abnormal
condition should appear. During unit operation, the
compressor will be automatically turned off due to one
of the two safety openings. High pressure is set at 600
psi (4136 kPa) and low temperature switch is set at 28˚F
(-2˚C). Condensate overflow and brownout protection
are also included.
Remote Reset of Automatic Lockouts: The Remote
Reset feature provides the means to remotely reset
automatic lockouts generated by high-pressure and/or
low-temperature (in heating) faults. When the Mark IV
board is in automatic lockout due to one of these faults,
and the cause of the fault condition has been alleviated,
energizing the O-terminal for 10 seconds or more will
force the Mark IV board to clear the lockout. A unit power
cycle can also be used to clear an automatic lockout if
the conditions causing the fault have been alleviated.
Fault Retry To Minimize Nuisance Trips: The Fault
Retry feature helps to minimize nuisance trips of
automatic lockouts caused by high-pressure and/or lowtemperature (in heating) faults. This feature clears faults
the first two times they occur within a 24-hour period and
triggers an automatic lockout on the 3rd fault. The retry
count is reset to zero every 24 hours.
Cooling or Heating – Manual Operation: Rotate the
thermostat knob to either warmer or cooler. Select fan
speed, depress the heat or cool button, and unit will start
within 0 to 32 seconds.
The Mark IV/AC-circuit board system has built-in
features such as random start, compressor time delay,
night setback, load shed, shutdown, condensate
overflow protection, defrost cycle, brownout, and LED/
fault outputs. Table 9 shows the LED and fault output
sequences. The 24 volt low voltage terminal strip is set
so R-G energizes the fan. R-W1 energizes the fan and
compressor and reversing valve for heating operation.
The reversing valve is set up to be energized in the
heating mode. The circuit board has a fan interlock circuit
to energize the fan whenever the compressor is on.
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The Mark IV/AC control board has a lockout circuit to
stop compressor operation if any one of its safeties
opens (high pressure or low temperature). If the low
temperature thermostat opens, the unit will go into the
cooling mode for 60 seconds to defrost any slush in the
water-to-refrigerant heat exchanger. After 60 seconds,
the compressor is locked out. If the condensate sensor
detects a filled drain pan, the compressor operation will
be suspended only in the cooling mode.
The unit is reset by opening and closing the disconnect
switch on the main power supply to the unit in the event the
unit compressor operation has been suspended due to low
temperature (freezestat) switch, or high pressure switch.
The Mark IV/AC control circuit has a fault output signal to an
LED on a wall thermostat. Table 9 shows in which function
the fault output is “on” (sending a signal to the LED).
Table 9: Mark IV/AC LED & fault outputs
LED
Indication
Fault
Yellow
Green
Red
Output
Off
On
Off
Off
Normal Mode
Pressure Fault
Off
On
Flash
On
Low Temperature Fault*
Flash
Off
Off
On
Condensate Overflow**
On
Dim
Off
On
Brownout
Off
Flash
Off
On
Load Shed
Off
Off
On
Off
Unoccupied Mode
On
On
Off
Off
Unit Shutdown
Off
Flash
Off
On
* Only in the heating mode
** Only in the cooling mode
Motorized Valve & Relay for Unit Sizes
009 to 019
Wired as shown below the motorized valve will open
on a call for compressor operation. Valves for unit sizes
009 to 019 are 1/2" power-open spring-return. Other
thermostat combinations may be used. Valve and
auxiliary relay are purchased separately.
Notes: 1. Connectors on valve must be cut off and
stripped back and the wires twisted to make
connections to the H8 (IV/PR) terminals on
the Mark IV controller.
2. All plumbing connections are made the
same, whether or not the unit has valve
packages. Plumbing connections must
conform with local piping and building codes.
The ability to remove the unit in order to perform repairs is imperative.
Figure 11: Motorized Valve Kit
Use Upper
Knockout
Conduit, Fitting
Conduit
PC Boar
Terminal S
Bushing
Conduit, Fitting
Conduit
BL6
GN7
Motorized Valve
Control Relay
OR
YE
Figure 10: Normally Closed, Power Open Motorized Valve
Motorized
Wiring
Valve
Anti-short
Bushing
Conduit, Fitting Bushing
Motorized
Valve
Note: The wiring shown below can only be used when
the “P” terminal is not being used as a pump restart signal to other equipment. If the “P” terminal
must be used as a pump restart signal to other
equipment, then wire theElbow
auxiliary relay’s yellow
Water Flow
Water
Tube
Extension
wire to “Y1”, white wire to “W1”,
and
orange
wire
Use Upper
Conduit,
Fitting
Bushing
to
“C”,
then
the
valve
will
open
on
a
call
for
ocKnockout
cupied heating or cooling from the thermostat.
Actuator & Valve
Bushing
Assembly
Anti-short Bushing
Elbow
Water Tube Extension
Water Flow
WH
BL6
BL9
BL8
BL9
BL8
PC Board
Terminal Strip
GN7
6 3 1
Receptical
Connector
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Conduit
Connector
Pin(s), female
connect to terminal H8
Notes: 1.Use soft solder process on water tubing outside of chassis.
2.Route wires along with power leads.
3.Left hand installation shown - right hand installation is “mirror” opposite.
4.Motorized valve (511) to be parallel to the end panel.
5.Copper to be washed prior to soldering.
6.Route conduit so it does not interfere with manual operation of
motorized valve.
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Control Options on Mark IV/AC Units
Figure 12: Auxiliary Relay
WSHP Mark IV/AC Board Low Voltage Terminal Strip
Operation: In this example
the auxiliary relay contacts
can be used to indicate a
fault condition. With the
auxiliary relay connected
as shown, the normally
open contacts will close
during a fault condition.
Note: The auxiliary relay is designed to interface external equipment with the Mark
IV/AC board. The auxiliary relay has been provided with the components
necessary to protect from electrical damage that may occur to the Mark IV/
AC board when using standard off-the-self relays. The auxiliary relay can be
used to provide fault signals, unit operation signals, or to provide a means
for remote equipment to control the Mark IV/AC board. The orange, yellow,
and white connections are short flying leads pre-attached to the board. The
diagrams shown are some connection examples.
WSHP Mark IV/AC Board Low Voltage Terminal Strip
Operation: In this example
the auxiliary relay contacts
can be used to signal
WSHP fan operation to
another device. In this
example when the
thermostat energizes the
“G” terminal the auxiliary
relay normally open
contacts will close.
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Thermostat Connection Diagrams
Programmable Electronic Thermostat
Two-Stage Heat/Two-Stage Cool, 7-Day
Programmable
Dimensions
Non-Programmable, Auto or Manual
Changeover Two Stage Heat/Two Stage
Cool, Night Setback Override
Dimensions
Specifications
Specifications
Electrical Rating:
Electrical Rating:
• 24 VAC (18 to 30 VAC/VDC)
• 24 VAC (18 to 30 VAC/VDC)
• 1 amp maximum per terminal
• 1 amp maximum per terminal
• 4 amp maximum total load
• 4 amp maximum total load
• Easy access terminal block
• Easy access terminal block
Temperature Control Ranges:
Temperature Control Ranges:
• 45°F to 90°F (7°C to 32°C), Accuracy: ± 1°F (± 0.5°C)
System Configurations:
• 45°F to 90°F (7°C to 32°C), Accuracy: ± 1°F (± 0.5°C)
System Configurations:
• Two-stage heat / two-stage cool
• Two-stage heat/Two-stage cool
Timing:
Terminations:
• R, C, W1, Y1, W2, Y2, G, S1, S2
• Backlight Operation: 13 seconds after mode change
or button press
Figure 13: Wiring
Terminations:
• +R, -C, W1, Y1, W2, Y2, G, O, S1, S2
WSHP Mark IV/AC Board Low Voltage Terminal Strip
O W2 G W1 Y1 F
E
L
U
A
P
V
R
C
Figure 14: Wiring
L
U
A
P
V
R
C
R W1 Y1 W2 Y2 G
E
-
C
Thermostat Terminals
O W2 G W1 Y1 F
+
R W1 Y1 W2 Y2 G
+
-
C
Thermostat Terminals
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Optional Remote Sensor
Optional Remote Sensor Installation
(Used with Thermostats 668375301 &
668375401)
1. Remove cover from remote sensor housing.
2. Select an appropriate location for mounting the
remote sensor.
3. Mount remote sensor unit using hardware provided.
4. Install two strand shielded wire between remote
sensor and thermostat. Shielded wire must be used.
Note: Do not run remote sensor wire in conduit with
other wires.
• Wire 1 should run between the S1 terminal on
the thermostat and the S1 terminal on the remote
sensor
The fast, easy solution for temperature sensing
problems.
• For tamper prone areas
• Wire 2 should run between the S2 terminal on
the thermostat and the S2 terminal on the remote
sensor
• Poor airflow areas
• Connect the shielding of the wire to the S2 terminal
on the thermostat
• Troubled applications
• Foam gasket prevents drafts through wall opening
• Mounts to standared 2" × 4" outlet box
5. Disable the main sensor (R12) on the thermostat by
cutting it from the circuit board.
• 2-3/4"W × 4-1/2"H
Figure 15: Remote Sensor Wiring
Thermostat
Remote Sensor
S1
S2
S1
S2
Wire 2
Cut R12 from
circuit board
Wire 1
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Multiple Unit Control Panel for Mark IV
The multiple unit control board is an accessory used
when you need to control up to 3-units from a single
thermostat. The board is typically mounted in the unit
control box closest to the thermostat. A maximum of 2
boards may be used together if up to 6-units must be
connected and controlled from a single thermostat.
Low voltage wiring between terminal blocks and
the Daikin wall thermostat should be made in
conformancewith applicable codes. A color-coded low
voltage cable is recommended.
This version of the board uses VAC relays and should
not be used in combination with any other accessories
or equipment that require VDC connections to the “G”,
“W1”, or “Y1” terminals (i.e. Boilerless System Kit).
The multiple unit control board provides the components
necessary to protect the Mark IV/AC board from
electrical damage that may occur when using standard
off-the-shelf relays.
Do not use the unoccupied (U-terminal) feature with the
multiple unit control board.
Up to 3 Units (Part No. 056794201)
Figure 16: Multiple Unit Control Panel and Board
MUCP Circuit
Board
Figure 17: Wiring MUCP up to 3 units
Mark IV Unit Control Board
Low Voltage Terminal Strip - Unit #1
Multiple Unit Control Panel
Circuit Board
O
W
W Y
2 G 1 1
F E
L U
A P
V R
Deluxe Auto Changeover
Thermostat Terminals
C
K3
W Y
W W Y
1 1 R 3 2 2
G
O A
C
K1
TB4
Y G W C
O
R
Y G W
TB2
R
K2
R
Y G W
TB3
W
W Y
2 G 1 1
F E
L U
A P
V R
Low Voltage
Terminal Strip - Unit #2
R
Y G W
TB1
C
O
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W
W Y
2 G 1 1
F E
L U
A P
V R
C
Low Voltage
Terminal Strip - Unit #3
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Field Installed Outside Air Damper (Accessory)
CAUTION
To prevent infiltration of ambient conditions, it is the responsibility of the contractor to assure that factory installed gasketing matches up with
the wall opening, or that additional material is used to assure a positive seal. Cold Weather Operation: Console water source heat pumps may
experience erratic operation during cold ambient conditions with the outside air damper in the open position. Refer to the “Operating Limits”
in the unit catalog 1140-x.
Manual Outside Air Damper
Motorized Outside Air Damper
Figure 18: Rear inlet - typical manual damper installation
Figure 19: Rear inlet - typical motorized damper installation
Backwrap
Backwrap
Subbase
Gasket
Subbase
Gasket
*10"
(245mm)
*10"
(245mm)
Table 10: Dimensions, in inches (mm)
Unit Type
Standard Height
Note:
Unit Size
A
B
C
009-012
46 (1168)
45 (1143)
25 (635)
015-019
54 (1372)
53 (1346)
25 (635)
*Total unit is 10-3/4″ deep. The cabinet extends beyond the subbase 1/4″ (6mm) in the back and 1/2″ (14mm) in the front.
Figure 20: Left-hand & right-hand views
A
A
Gasket
Gasket
.62"
(16mm)
C1
2.25" (57mm)
Opening
.50" (13mm)
Gasket
D
.62"
(16mm)
D
.50" (13mm)
.50" (13mm)
B
Front View - Left Hand Piping
Back Panel With Outside Air Damper Inlet
C
B
Front View - Right Hand Piping
Back Panel With Outside Air Damper Inlet
Table 11: Outside air damper opening location
Unit Size
A
B
C
C1
D
E
009 - 012
46 (1168)
45 (1143)
21.09 (536)
11.38 (289)
12.53 (318)
2.25 (57)
015 - 019
54 (1372)
53 (1346)
22.25 (565)
22.25 (565)
12.53 (318)
2.25 (57)
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Motorized Outside Air Damper Wiring
Figure 21: Right-hand unit installation detail
Bushing,
Strain Relief
Wire Tie
Screws
(See Note 1)
Housing Plug
Snap Bushing
Gasket
(See Note 2)
Housing Receptacle
Front View of Unit
Figure 22: Left-hand unit installation detail
Bushing,
Strain Relief
Route wires along
with power wires
Chassis
Screws
(See Note 1)
Wire Tie
Gasket
(See Note 2)
Damper Assembly
Housing Plug
Subbase
Housing Receptacle
Front View of Unit
Notes: 1. Remove appropriate knock-outs and install damper using two (2) #8-18 screws provided.
2. Install gasket material as shown to prevent infiltration of ambient conditions. It is the responsibility of the
installing contractor to assure that field-installed gasketing matches up with the wall opening or that additional material is used to assure a positive seal.
Figure 23: Mark IV Motorized Damper typical wiring diagram
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Unit Operation Check List
Troubleshooting
 Adjust all valves to their full open positions. Turn on
the line power to all heat pumps.
Neither fan nor compressor runs:
 Connect supply power to the unit and confirm green
LED illuminates on the Mark IV control board.
Note: Room temperature should be within the minimum-maximum ranges. During start-up checks,
loop water temperature entering the heat pump
should be between 55°F [13°C] and 90°F [32°C].
If either return air temperature or water temperature are at a minimum or maximum level,
the other must be at normal condition for proper
operation of the heat pump.
 Adjust the unit thermostat to the fan only position
and check for fan operation.
 With the thermostat in “Auto” adjust to minimum
setpoint. Compressor start-up could take up to 6
minutes depending on thermostat configuration.
Verify compressor operates and cool air is delivered.
Complete start-up sheet beginning on page 32
of this manual. Confirm unit capacity is within 10%
of the catalog THR. It is not necessary to connect
refrigeration gauges unless unit troubleshooting is
required and all external air and water conditions
are verified to be adequate.
 Verify the condensate trap fills to provide a air seal
with the drain system.
 Adjust thermostat to warmest setting and confirm
compressor operation. Confirm warm air is delivered
after a few minutes of operation.
 Check for vibration, noise and water leaks. Inspect
piping and wiring for rubbing. Make adjustments
as needed for rubbing lines or wiring. It is the
responsibility of the installer to make final unit
adjustments.
 If unit does not operate properly perform
troubleshooting as needed.
Should a major problem develop, refer to the following
information for possible cause and corrective steps.
1. The fuse may be blown or the circuit breaker is
open. Check electrical circuits and motor windings
for shorts or grounds. Investigate for possible
overloading. Replace fuse or reset circuit breakers
after fault is corrected.
2. Wires may be loose or broken. Replace or tighten.
3. Supply voltage may be too low. Check it with the
power company.
4. Control system may be faulty. Check thermostat
for correct wiring and check 24 volt transformer for
burnout.
Fan operates but compressor does not:
1. Check capacitor.
2. Wires may be loose or broken. Replace or tighten.
3. The high pressure may have tripped due to:
a. Fouled or plugged condenser.
b. Lack of or no condenser water.
c. Too warm condenser water.
d. Not enough airflow over the coil due to dirty filters.
e. Coil or fan motor failure.
4. The low temperature switch may have tripped due to:
a. Fouled or plugged condenser.
b. Lack of or no condenser water.
c. Too cold condenser water.
d. Not enough airflow over the coil due to dirty filters.
e. Coil or fan motor failure.
5. Check thermostat setting, calibration and wiring.
6. The compressor overload protection is open. If the
compressor dome is extremely hot, the overload
will not reset until cooled down. If the overload
is external, replace it. If the overload is internal,
replace the compressor.
7. The internal winding of the compressor motor may
be grounded to the compressor shell. If so, replace
the compressor.
8. The compressor winding may be open. Check
continuity with ohmmeter. If the winding is open,
replace the compressor.
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Compressor attempts to start but doesn’t:
Water drips from conditioner:
2. Check for defective compressor by making
resistance check on winding.
2. Check for dirty filter.
1. Check capacitor.
3. Check run capacitor.
Compressor runs in short cycle:
1. Check thermostat mounting and location.
2. Check all relays, relaying and contacts.
3. Check run capacitor.
1. Check for plugged condensate drain.
3. Check to see if condensate drain runs uphill.
4. See if blower motor is up to speed.
5. Check for loose or mispositioned blower.
6. Are drains properly trapped?
Noisy unit operation:
4. Check high pressure switch.
1. Check for fan wheel hitting the housing. Adjust for
clearance.
5. Check low temperature switch.
2. Check for bent fan wheel. Replace if damaged.
6. See if reversing valve has not fully shifted to either side.
3. Check for loose fan wheel on shaft. Tighten.
Insufficient cooling or heating:
4. Make sure compressor is floating free on its isolator
mounts.
1. Check thermostat for improper location.
2. Airflow may be insufficient. Check and clean the
filter, or placement of furniture or other articles that
may cause restrictions such as drapes, etc.
5. Check for tubing touching compressor or other
surface. Readjust tubing by bending slightly.
6. Check screws on all panels. Tighten.
3. The reversing valve may be defective, creating a
bypass of refrigerant. If the unit will not heat, check
the reversing valve coil.
7. Check for chattering or humming in the contactor
relays due to low voltage or a defective holding coil.
Replace component.
4. Check capillary tubes for possible restriction of
refrigerant flow.
8. Check water balance to unit for proper water flow rate.
5. Check for restriction in water flow.
Insufficient water flow through
condenser:
1. Check to see that valves are open all the way.
2. Check for air in lines.
3. Check circulating pump.
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Maintenance
1. Filter changes are required at the regular intervals.
The time period between changes will depend upon
the project requirements. Some applications such
as motels, produce a lot of lint from carpeting and
linen changes, and will require more frequent filter
changes. It is suggested that the filter be checked
at 60 day intervals for the first year until experience
is acquired. If light cannot be seen through the filter
when held up to sunlight or a bright light, it should be
changed. A more critical standard may be desirable.
2. The condensate drain pan should be checked
annually and cleaned and flushed as required.
Note: Mark IV/AC equipment has a condensate overflow control device. In cooling, if compressor will
not operate, it may be due to unit compressor
lockout on condensate overflow.
3. Recording of performance measurement of volt amps
and water temperature differences (both heating and
cooling) is recommended. A comparison of logged
data with start-up and other annual data is useful as
an indicator of general equipment condition.
4. Inspect and clean air coil using a soft bristle brush
and a vacuum as neccessary.
5. Inspect condensate drain lines twice per year and
clean as needed to prevent build-up lint and other
particles that could cause overflow.
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6. Periodic lockouts almost always are caused by air
or water problems. The lockout (shutdown) of the
conditioner is a normal protective result. Check for
dirt in the water system, water flow rates, water
temperature, airflow rates (may be dirty filter),
and air temperatures. If the lockout occurs in the
morning following a return from night setback,
entering air below machine limits may be the cause.
7. When checking unit operation, it is important to
gather the correct information.
a. Take voltage reading.
b.
c. Water temperature difference in both cooling and heating mode.
d.
Amp reading in both cooling and heating mode
operation. Fan and compressor Amp readings should be recorded annually and should not be greater than 10% over nameplate rating.
Air temperature difference in both cooling and heating mode. Air temperature difference in cooling mode should include both wet and dry bulb temperatures.
8. Also record model, catalog, and serial numbers.
NOTICE
It is not neccesary or recommended to check refrigerant
pressures on a regular schedule. They should only be
checked if a water and air side evaluation would require
further evaluation of the unit performance.
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Typical Wiring Diagrams
Typical Mark IV/AC
Component Layout
1 Compressor Contactor
L1
2 Fan Contactor
L2
Ground
3Transformer
4 PC Board
Compr
Motor
5 Auxiliary Relay
6 Circuit Breaker
Heater
070 - Blk
060 - Blk
048 - Red
042 - Blk
036 - Blk
030 - Blk
Fan
Motor
CC - Compressor Contactor
HTR - Crankcase Heater (Optional)
CAP - Motor Capacitor
CC
Lo Temp
Hi Pressure
Condensate
Sensor
Lo Pressure
Reversing Valve
Solenoid (24 VAC)
0 WGW Y F E L U A P V R C
2 1 1
Compressor
L1
Fan
Common
Mark IV
PC
Board
Notes:
1.
Unit is factory wired for 208V operation. If 230V power supply is used, transformer must be rewired by disconnecting the power lead from the red transformerprimary wire and connecting the power lead to the orange transformer primary wire. Place an insulation cap on the red transformer primary wire.
2.
All temperature and pressure switches are normally closed.
3.
Component layout shown below is typical. Some components may not be used on this model or voltage.
4.
Mark IV/AC controller board contains a static sensitive microprocessor. Proper grounding of field service personnel should be observed or damage to controller
may result.
5.
Terminal block on Mark IV/AC board provides 24 VAC at terminals R and C. All other outputs are 24 VDC.
6.
Field supplied relays installed on the input terminals (W1, W2, Y1 or G) may interfere with proper unit operation. Never install relay coils in series with inputs.
7.
For more information pertaining to the Mark IV/AC controller, refer to OM120.
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Typical Wiring Diagrams
Console WSHP Size 009–019, All Voltages, 60Hz / Single Phase, Mark IV Board with
Manual Changeover (MCO)
TB ACO MCO BR HR -
Plug Connection
Terminal Block
Automatic Changeover
Manual Changeover
Boilerless Relay
Heater Relay
Component Layout
1.
Rotary Switch
2.
Thermostat
3.
Terminal Block
4.
PC Board
5.
Transformer
6.
Boilerless Relay
7.
Shutdown Relay
8.
Auxiliary Relay
9.
Heater Relay
10. Water Reg Valve Relay
11. Low Limit Thermostat
12. Night Setback Thermostat
14. Terminal Board 1
15. Terminal Board 2
17. Standby Electric Heat Switch
Notes:
1.
Terminal block on PC board provides 24
VAC at terminals C and R. All other
terminals are 24 VDC output.
2.
All temperature and pressure switches
are normally closed.
3.
Component layout is typical, some
components shown may not be used.
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Typical Wiring Diagrams
Console WSHP Size 009–019, All Voltages, 60Hz / Single Phase, Mark IV Board with
Auto Changeover (ACO)
TB ACO MCO BR HR -
Plug Connection
Terminal Block
Automatic Changeover
Manual Changeover
Boilerless Relay
Heater Relay
Component Layout
1.
Tap-Touch Switch
2.
Thermostat
3.
Terminal Block
4.
PC Board
5.
Transformer
6.
Boilerless Relay
7.
Shutdown Relay
8.
Auxiliary Relay
9.
Heater Relay
10. Water Reg Valve Relay
11. Low Limit Thermostat
12. Night Setback Thermostat
13. Override Switch
14. Terminal Board 1
15. Terminal Board 2
16. Stop/Start Switch
17. Standby Electric Heat Switch
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Notes:
1.
Terminal block on PC board provides 24
VAC at terminals C and R. All other
terminals are 24 VDC output.
2.
All temperature and pressure switches
are normally closed.
3.
Component layout is typical, some
components shown may not be used.
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Typical Wiring Diagrams
Console WSHP Size 009–019, All Voltages, 60Hz / Single Phase, Mark IV Board with
Auto Changeover (ACO) Remote Thermostat
TB ACO MCO BR HR -
Plug Connection
Terminal Block
Automatic Changeover
Manual Changeover
Boilerless Relay
Heater Relay
Component Layout
1.
Tap-Touch Switch
2.
Thermostat
3.
Terminal Block
4.
PC Board
5.
Transformer
6.
Boilerless Relay
7.
Shutdown Relay
8.
Auxiliary Relay
9.
Heater Relay
10. Water Reg Valve Relay
11. Low Limit Thermostat
12. Night Setback Thermostat
13. Override Switch
14. Terminal Board 1
15. Terminal Board 2
16. Stop/Start Switch
17. Standby Electric Heat Switch
Notes:
1.
Terminal block on PC board provides 24
VAC at terminals C and R. All other
terminals are 24 VDC output.
2.
All temperature and pressure switches
are normally closed.
3.
Component layout is typical, some
components shown may not be used.
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Typical Wiring Diagrams
Console WSHP Size 009–019, All Voltages, 60Hz / Single Phase, Mark IV Board with
Manual Changeover (MCO) Boilerless Constant Fan
TB ACO MCO BR HR -
Plug Connection
Terminal Block
Automatic Changeover
Manual Changeover
Boilerless Relay
Heater Relay
Component Layout
1.
Rotary Switch
2.
Thermostat
3.
Terminal Block
4.
PC Board
5.
Transformer
6.
Boilerless Relay
7.
Shutdown Relay
8.
Auxiliary Relay
9.
Heater Relay
10. Water Reg Valve Relay
11. Low Limit Thermostat
12. Night Setback Thermostat
14. Terminal Board 1
15. Terminal Board 2
17. Standby Electric Heat Switch
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Notes:
1.
Terminal block on PC board provides 24
VAC at terminals C and R. All other
terminals are 24 VDC output.
2.
All temperature and pressure switches
are normally closed.
3.
Component layout is typical, some
components shown may not be used.
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Typical Wiring Diagrams
Console WSHP Size 009–019, All Voltages, 60Hz / Single Phase, Mark IV Board with
Auto Changeover (ACO) Boilerless with Remote Thermostat
TB ACO MCO BR HR -
Plug Connection
Terminal Block
Automatic Changeover
Manual Changeover
Boilerless Relay
Heater Relay
Component Layout
1.
Tap-Touch Switch
2.
Thermostat
3.
Terminal Block
4.
PC Board
5.
Transformer
6.
Boilerless Relay
7.
Shutdown Relay
8.
Auxiliary Relay
9.
Heater Relay
10. Water Reg Valve Relay
11. Low Limit Thermostat
12. Night Setback Thermostat
13. Override Switch
14. Terminal Board 1
15. Terminal Board 2
16. Stop/Start Switch
17. Standby Electric Heat Switch
18. Boilerless Fan Relay
Notes:
1.
Terminal block on PC board provides 24
VAC at terminals C and R. All other
terminals are 24 VDC output.
2.
All temperature and pressure switches
are normally closed.
3.
Component layout is typical, some
components shown may not be used.
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Water Source Heat Pump Equipment Check, Test and Start Form
This form must be completed and submitted within ten (10) days of start‑up to comply with the terms of the Daikin warranty. Forms should
be returned to Daikin Warranty Department.
Installation Data
Job Name __________________________________________________________ Check, Test & Start Date _________________
City or Town___________________________________________ State__________________________ Zip_________________
Who is Performing CTS______________________________________ Equipment Type (Check all that apply)
□Closed Loop □Open Loop
□Geothermal □Other (specify)______________
General Contractor__________________________________________
Essential Items Check of System – Note: “No” answers below require notice to installer by memorandum (attached copy.)
Essential Items Check
A. Voltage Check___________ Volts
Loop Temp.____________ °F Heating
B. Yes
□
□
□
□
□
□
□
□
□
No
□
□
□
□
□
□
□
□
□
□ □
□ □
System Water P.H. Levels___________
Set For____________ °F Cooling
Condition
Comments
Loop Water Flushed Clean __________________________________________________________________
Closed Type Cooling Tower __________________________________________________________________
Water Flow Rate to Heat Pump Balanced _______________________________________________________
Standby Pump Installed ____________________________________________________________________
System Controls Functioning ________________________________________________________________
Outdoor Portion of Water System Freeze Protected _______________________________________________
Loop System Free of Air ____________________________________________________________________
Filters Clean _____________________________________________________________________________
Condensate Traps Installed __________________________________________________________________
Note: “No” answers below require notice to installer by memorandum (attached copy.)
Outdoor Air to Heat Pumps: _________________________________________________________________
Other Conditions Found: ____________________________________________________________________
Please include any suggestions or comments for Daikin Applied:____________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________
Above System is in Proper Working Order
For Internal Use
Note: This form must be filled out and sent to the warranty administrator before any service money can be released.
Date
Release:
SM _________________________
CTS _________________________
T _________________________
Signature for Sales Representative
Signature for Customer
Service Manager Approval
Date
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Unit Check / Equipment Data
Installation Data
Job Name____________________________________________________ Check Test Date:___________________________
City ___________________________________________________________ State________________ Zip_______________
Daikin Model #_______________________________________________________
Daikin Serial #________________________________________ Job site Unit ID # (HP #)______________________________
General Contractor:______________________________________ Mechanical Contractor:______________________________
Technician Performing Start-Up: Name_______________________________ Employer:______________________________
Complete equipment data from measurements taken at the locatons indicated on the drawing below.
Equipment Data
Flow Rate
EWP - LWP = ∆P
1 EWP - PSI In__________________minus
2 LWP - PSI Out___________ equals ∆P_____________
The first step in finding GPM is to subtract leaving water pressure from entering water pressure. The difference between the two
is referred to as ∆P. ∆P can be converted to GPM by looking in the equipment specificaton catalog. Caution ∆P ≠ GPM
Note: A conversion table must be used to find GPM from (Delta) ∆P measurements.
Loop Fluid Temperature Rise / Drop through Coaxial Heat Exchanger EWT - LWT = ∆T
4 LWT - °F Out___________________ equals Fluid ∆T________________
3 EWT - °F Out__________________ minus
∆T is the rise or drop in the fluid temperature as it passes through the Coaxial.
Air Temperature Rise / Drop through the air coil
∆T x CFM x 1.08 = BTUH Sensible
6 LAT - °F Out____________________ equals Air ∆T__________________
5 EAT - °F In____________________ minus
Note: Perform Check, Test and Start-Up in the Cooling Mode Only.
EWT- Entering Water Temperature
EWP- Entering Water Pressure
EAT- Entering Air Temperature
∆- Delta (Differential)
LWT - Leaving Water Temperature
LWP - Leaving Water Pressure
LAT - Leaving Air Temperature
CFM - Cubic Feet/Minute
BTUH-British Thermal Units/Hour
Check, Test & Start
LAT
V
Discharge
Hot Gas
V
C
O
I
L
Reversing Valve
6
V
V
EAT
Air Temperature °F
OUT
V
5
A
I
R
Suction
COAX
Expansion
Valve
Compressor
Loop Fluid Pressure (In PSI)
EWP
1
Loop Fluid Temperature °F
EWT
3
V
IN
INOUT
V
2
LWP
4
LWT
Form No._____________________________
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Commercial Check, Test and Start Worksheet
(Complete all equipment measurements indicated for each unit per installation on page 2)
Model
Serial #
H.P. #
EWT
3
LWT
4
EWP
1
LWP
2
EAT
5
LAT
6
Volts
Amps
Cooling
Check
Air
Filter
and
Coil
Comments
(more comments on
back)
1.
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4.
5.
6.
7.
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Part No.______________________________
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Notes / Comments
Form WS-CTS-00.01 (Rev. 4/14)
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Daikin Applied Training and Development
Now that you have made an investment in modern, efficient Daikin equipment, its care should be a high
priority. For training information on all Daikin HVAC products, please visit us at www.DaikinApplied.com
and click on Training, or call 540-248-9646 and ask for the Training Department.
Warranty
All Daikin equipment is sold pursuant to its standard terms and conditions of sale, including Limited
Product Warranty. Consult your local Daikin Applied representative for warranty details. Refer to Form
933-430285Y. To find your local Daikin Applied representative, go to www.DaikinApplied.com.
Aftermarket Services
To find your local parts office, visit www.DaikinApplied.com or call 800-37PARTS (800-377-2787).
To find your local service office, visit www.DaikinApplied.com or call 800-432-1342.
This document contains the most current product information as of this printing. For the most up-to-date
product information, please go to www.DaikinApplied.com.
Products manufactured in an ISO Certified Facility.
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