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48/50A020-060, 48/50P030-100,
48/50Z030-105
Plugged Filter Indicator Accessory
Installation and Operating Instructions
Part Number CRSTATUS002A00
PACKAGE USAGE AND CONTENTS
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
QTY PART NUMBER
1
—
—
2
—
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Switch
Screw — 8-18x1/2 in.
Screw — 6-20x3/4 in.
Control Tube
Wire Tie
Tube Fitting
Hex Nut — #10-32 Brass
Wire Tie
Tube Bracket
Grommet
Control Tube
Control Tube
Bushing
Screw
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
12
2
2
1
1
1
2
HK06WC029
—
—
50TG501183
—
KA70PP010
AT39QA131
HY76TB045
50DW503955
KA56GR140
50NP500026
50DW503993
HY93NH028
AL48AM307
UNIT
48/50
A,P,Z
—
A
A
—
—
—
P,Z
P,Z
A,P,Z
P,Z
P,Z
P,Z
P,Z
3. Mount the filter switch to the right of the auxiliary
control box (see Fig. 1) using two no. 6 screws.
4. Connect control tubes as shown in Fig. 1. Remove plug
bottoms, insert grommets and route tube through wall as
shown in Fig. 2. See Fig. 3 for dimensions.
5. Make electrical connections:
a. Orange wire marked PF-1 to terminal 1 on switch.
b. Brown wire marked PF-3 to terminal 3 on switch.
GROMMET
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
CONTROL
TUBE
Installation and servicing of air-conditioning equipment can
be hazardous due to system pressure and electrical components. Only trained and qualified service personnel should
install, repair, or service air-conditioning equipment.
Untrained personnel can perform the basic maintenance
functions of replacing filters. All other operations should be
performed by trained service personnel. When working on
air-conditioning equipment, observe precautions in the literature, tags and labels attached to the unit, and other safety
precautions that may apply.
INSTALLATION
NOTE: The plugged filter indicator can monitor filter status
(CLEAN/DIRTY). Follow the procedures below and perform
the steps necessary to install the plugged filter indicator.
WARNING
LABELED PF-3
H
L
LABELED PF-1
FILTER INDICATOR SWTICH
Fig. 1 — Control Tube Routing (48/50A020-060)
GROMMET
CONTROL TUBE: 2" MIN LENGTH
INSERTED PAST FILTER ACCESS BAFFLE
Prior to installation of this accessory, make sure all power
is disconnected to the unit and locked out. Failure to disconnect power supply prior to servicing may result in serious injury.
CAUTION
When removing panels from the unit, be careful not to
damage the roof or other surfaces with the panels.
48/50A Units
1. Open the blower access door on the unit.
2. Open the filter section access door on the unit.
Fig. 2 — Control Tube and Grommet
(48/50A020-060)
Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.
Catalog No. 04-53480066-01
Printed in U.S.A.
Form 48/50-75SI
Pg 1
8-09
Replaces: 48/50A,Z-2SI
the tube. Cut excessive length of the tube. Connect the
control tube to the switch port labeled “H”. See Fig. 3.
For 48/50P055-100 and 48/50Z055-105 units, route the
tube down the filter section upright to the auxiliary control box. Gently secure the tube using the wire ties (Item
5), making sure not to pinch the tube. Cut excessive
length of the tube. Connect the control tube to the switch
port labeled “H”. See Fig. 3.
6. Attach the control wires to the switch. The filter switch
control wires are bundled near the switch location and
labeled. Attach one wire to the no. 1 terminal on the
switch, and another wire to the no. 3 terminal on the
switch.
7. Restore power to the unit.
CONFIGURATION
To configure the unit, perform the following procedure. Refer to the Controls and Troubleshooting Guide for more configuration details.
1. The control system must be configured to use the filter
switch. A password may be required to edit the configurations, depending on the previous settings configured in
the unit. Default password is “1111”.
2. To configure the control use the arrow keys on the scrolling marquee display to scroll the red LED on the display
to “CONFIGURATION” position and press ENTER .
Use the arrow keys to scroll up or down until the display
shows “UNIT”, and press ENTER . Use the arrow keys
to scroll up or down until the display shows “SENS”, and
press ENTER . Use the arrow keys to scroll up/down until the display shows “FLT.S”, and press ENTER . Use
the arrow key to change the setting to “ENABLE”, and
press ENTER.
3. Press ESCAPE several times to return to the CONFIGURATION setting. Use arrow keys to scroll up or down
until the display shows “SW.LG”, and press ENTER .
Use the arrow keys to scroll up or down until the display
shows “FTS.L”, and press ENTER . Use the arrow key
to change the setting to “OPEN” (normally open), and
press ENTER .
NOTE: Using “CLOSED” (normally closed) is not
recommended for this application.
4. Configuration for the filter switch is now complete. Press
the ESCAPE key several times will return the display to
the auto scroll setting.
5. Consult the Controls and Troubleshooting Guide for
complete instructions on using the ComfortLink control
system.
6. To configure the filter switch, place the unit in Fan Only
mode. The unit return air filters should be clean and new.
Using a flat head screwdriver, rotate the adjustment screw
until the pressure switch opens. Rotate the adjustment
screw in the same direction another 1/4 turn.
7. Close and secure all access doors.
Fig. 3 — Indicator Connections and Adjustments
48/50P and 48/50Z Units
1. Open the filter section access doors and panels to gain
access. For sizes 030-050, also open the power exhaust
section doors and panels and the auxiliary control box
cover.
2. Mount one tube bracket (Item 6) on each side of the filter
track using the screw (Item 11), as shown in Fig. 4 (size
030-050 unit) and Fig. 5 (48/50P055-100 and
48/50Z055-105 units). Mount grommets into the bracket
holes, as shown in Fig 6.
3. Mount the filter switch in the auxiliary control box, as
shown in Fig. 7 (size 030-050 unit) and Fig. 8
(48/50P055-100 and 48/50Z055-105 units), using the
screws provided.
4. To install the downstream control tube, push the tube
(Item 9) through the grommet, and route the tube around
the top of the filter section, as shown in Fig. 4 and Fig. 5.
For sizes 030-050, route the tube down the filter section
upright, then along the base rail to the auxiliary control
box in the power exhaust section. Gently secure the tube
using the wire ties (Item 5), making sure not to pinch the
tube. Use the bushing (Item 10), if it is not already
installed. Cut excessive length of the tube. Connect the
control tube to the switch port labeled “L”. See Fig. 3.
For 48/50P055-100 and 48/50Z055-105 units, route the
tube down the filter section upright to the auxiliary control box. Gently secure the tube using the wire ties (Item
5), making sure no to pinch the tube. Cut excessive length
of the tube. Connect the control tube to the switch port labeled “L”. See Fig. 3.
5. To install the upstream control tube, push the tube
(Item 8) through the grommet, as shown in Fig. 4 and
Fig. 5.
For sizes 030-050, route the tube down the filter section
upright, then along the base rail to the auxiliary control
box in the power exhaust section. Gently secure the tube
using the wire ties (Item 5), making sure no to pinch
OPERATION
The plugged filter indicator will determine when the filters
become dirty depending on the differential pressure across the
filters. When the pressure drop exceeds the set point on the
switch, an alarm will be generated, indicating a dirty filter. The
alarm can be accessed either at the unit display or with a
Carrier Comfort Network® device, if installed.
2
ITEM 6 + 11
ITEM 9
ITEM
6 + 11
ITEM 8
ITEM 5
Fig. 4 — Tube Routing (48/50P030-050 and 48/50Z030-050 Units)
ITEM 5
ITEM 6 + 11
ITEM 9
ITEM 6 + 11
ITEM 8
ITEM 9
Fig. 5 — Tube Routing (48/50P055-100 and 48/50Z055-105 Units)
FILTER
SWITCH
(ITEM 1)
DP
BUILDING
PRESSURE
TRANSDUCER
ITEM 7
DUCT
PRESSURE
TRANSDUCER
BP
25
(0.98)
OACFM
TRANSDUCER
OUTDOOR CFM
SENSOR
TRANSDUCER
ITEM 8 AND 9
ITEM 6
Fig. 7 — Auxiliary Control Box
(48/50P030-050 and 48/50Z030-050)
Fig. 6 — Tube Bracket
3
FILTER
SWITCH
(ITEM 1)
BUILDING
PRESSURE
TRANSDUCER
DP
DUCT
PRESSURE
TRANSDUCER
BP
OACFM
TRANSDUCER
OUTDOOR CFM
SENSOR
TRANSDUCER
Fig. 8 — Auxiliary Control Box
(48/50P055-100 and 48/50Z055-105)
Copyright 2009 Carrier Corporation
Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.
Catalog No. 04-53480066-01
Printed in U.S.A.
Form 48/50-75SI
Pg 4
8-09
Replaces: 48/50A,Z-2SI
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