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Detroit Radiant Products Co.
SW Series Manual
Overhead Electric Infrared Heater
Installation, Operation, Maintenance and Parts
1, 2 and 3 Lamp Units
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All persons involved with the installation, operation and maintenance of the heater system must read and
understand the information in this manual.
!
WARNING
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause
property damage, injury or death. Read and understand the installation, operating
and maintenance instructions thoroughly before installing or servicing this equipment.
INSTALLER: Present this manual to the end user.
Keep these instructions in a clean and dry place for future reference.
Model#:____________________ Serial #:__________________________
(located on rating label)
LIOSW-Rev. 06311
Print: 3M-12/13 (CDS)
Replaces: LIOSW-1M-9/12 (CDS)
SW Series Manual
Contents
1.0 Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Safety Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Model Number Designation Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Available Models and Operational Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Clearance to Combustibles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safety Signs and Labels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Standards, Certifications and Government Regulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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2.0 Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Heater Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Lamp Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Outdoor Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Electrical Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
3.0 Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Troubleshooting Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Heater Assembly Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Parts Listing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
4.0 Limited Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
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1.0 Safety • Safety Symbols • Applications
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1.0 Safety
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!
WARNING
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause
property damage, serious injury or death. Read and understand the installation,
operating and maintenance instructions thoroughly before installing or servicing this
equipment. Only trained, qualified personnel with proper electrical experience may
install or service this equipment.
Safety Symbols
Safety is the most important consideration during installation, operation and maintenance of the infrared
heater. You will see the following symbols and signal words when there is a hazard related to safety or
property damage.
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!
WARNING
Warning indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, could result in death or injury.
CAUTION
Caution indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, could result in minor or
moderate injury.
NOTICE
Notice indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, could result in property
damage.
Applications
Commercial / Industrial (Indoors & Outdoors)
Infrared heaters are designed and certified for use in industrial and commercial buildings such as
warehouses, manufacturing plants, aircraft hangars and vehicle maintenance shops. For maximum safety,
the building must be evaluated for potential! hazards before installing the heater system. A critical safety
factor to consider before installation is the clearance to combustibles.
Outdoor Residential Only
This heater is NOT approved for use in an indoor residential application. This includes, but not limited to,
attached garages, living quarters, solariums, etc. Consult the local fire marshal and/or insurance provider
if unsure of your application.
!
WARNING
Not For Residential Use.
Installation of this infrared heater system in residential indoor spaces, RV’s, mobile homes,
etc. may result in property damage, fire, serious injury or death.
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1.0 Safety • Model Number Designation Chart • Available Models
Model Number Designation Chart
Series
Material Type
Lamp
Qty.
1
SW-24 B= Black Powder Coat
SW-33
or
SW-46
S= Stainless Steel
2
3
Voltage Code
Lamp Wattage
Code
Lamp Type (Color)
A= 120 VAC
B= 208 VAC
C= 240 VAC
D= 277 VAC
G= 480 VAC
H= 575 VAC
16
25
36
38
R= Ruby Lamp
or
W= Standard Lamp
Model Configuration Examples:
SW-24B1-C16R, or SW-33S2-G25W
Available Models and Operational Specifications
Series
Lamp Qty.
1
SW-24
2
3
1
SW-33
2
3
1
SW-46
2
3
Voltage; Phase
Amperes
Watts
BTU/h
120; 1ph
13.33
208; 1ph
7.69
240; 1ph
6.67
1,600
5,459
480; 1ph
3.33
208; 1ph
15.38
240; 1ph
13.33
3,200
10,919
480; 1ph
6.67
208; 1 or 3ph
23.08
240; 1 or 3ph
20.00
4,800
16,378
480; 1 or 3ph
10.00
208; 1ph
12.02
240; 1ph
10.42
2,500
8,530
480; 1ph
5.21
208; 1ph
24.04
240; 1ph
20.83
5,000
17,065
480; 1ph
10.42
480; 1 or 3ph
15.625
7,500
25,590
480; 1ph
7.60
3,650
12,454
575; 1ph
6.60
3,800
12,978
480; 1ph
15.21
7,300
24,909
575; 1ph
13.22
7,600
25,955
480; 1 or 3ph
22.81
10,950
37,636
575; 1 or 3ph
19.83
11,400
38,933
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1.0 Safety • Clearance to Combustibles
Clearance to Combustibles
!
WARNING
Placement of explosive objects, flammable objects, liquids and vapors close to the heater
may result in explosion, fire, property damage, serious injury or death. Do not store, or use,
explosive objects, liquids and vapor in the vicinity of the heater.
Failure to comply with the published clearances to combustibles could result in personal
injury, death and/or property damage.
The outside surfaces of the heater are hot during operation and after operation. If contact is
made, permanent skin damage may occur. Do not move, handle, or service the unit during
operation or while hot.
!
CAUTION
Signs shall be posted specifying the maximum permissible stacking height in order to
maintain clearances to combustibles.
Hazards Include:
For maximum safety the building must be evaluated for hazards before installing the heater system.
Examples include, but are not limited to:
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•
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•
Gas and electrical lines
Combustible and explosive materials
Chemical storage areas
Areas of high chemical fume concentrations
Provisions for accessibility to the heater
Adequate clearances around air openings
Vehicle parking areas
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•
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Vehicles with lifts or cranes
Storage areas with stacked materials
Lights
Sprinkler heads
Overhead doors and tracks
Dirty, contaminated environment
A critical safety factor to consider before installation is the clearances to combustibles. Clearance to
combustibles is defined as the minimum distance you must have between the indicated surface and the
combustible item. Considerations must also be made for moving objects around the infrared heater. The
following is a partial list of items to maintain clearances from:
Combustible Items Include: Moving Objects Include:
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•
•
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•
•
•
Wood
Paper
Fabric
Chemicals
Wall or roof insulation
Overhead doors
Vehicles on lifts
Cranes
Hoists
Car wash equipment
When installing the infrared heater system, the minimum clearances to combustibles must be maintained.
These distances are shown in Chart 1.1 and on the heater. If you are unsure of the potential hazards,
consult your local fire marshal, fire insurance carrier or other qualified authorities on the installation of
infrared heaters for approval of the proposed installation.
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1.0 Safety • Clearance to Combustibles
Chart 1.1 • Clearance to Combustibles in Inches (see Figure 1.1)
Side
Model
Wattage
Mounting
Angle
Front
Behind*
End
Top
Below
0°
24
24
24
6
40
45°
40
24
24
10
40
0°
24
24
24
6
46
45°
46
24
24
10
46
0°
24
24
24
6
56
45°
56
24
24
10
56
0°
24
24
24
6
62
45°
62
24
24
10
62
0°
24
24
24
6
72
45°
72
24
24
10
72
0°
24
24
24
6
72
45°
72
24
24
10
72
0°
24
24
24
6
84
45°
84
24
24
10
84
0°
24
24
24
6
84
45°
84
24
24
10
84
0°
24
24
24
6
96
45°
96
24
24
10
*A minimum clearance of 36 inches must be maintained from behind another heater.
96
1,600
2,500
3,200
3,650
3,800
4,800
5,000
7,300
7,500
7,600
10,950
11,400
NOTE: Ensure that building materials with a low heat tolerance (i.e, awnings, fabrics, plastics, sprinklers,
insulation, etc.) are protected against degradation. This may require the heater to be mounted at a
distance in excess of the published clearances to combustibles. Contact the material manufacturer for
specific details.
Figure 1.1 • Clearance to Combustibles
END
END
TOP
TOP
FRONT
TOP VIEW • 0°
SIDE
SIDE
BEHIND
BELOW
BELOW
END VIEW
0° Mounting Angle
END VIEW
45° Mounting Angle
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1.0 Safety • Safety Signs and Labels
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Safety Signs and Labels
It is important to provide warnings to alert individuals to potential hazards and safety actions. Signs should
state the hazards for the particular application and be legible to the building occupants. Consult the
factory or a factory representative for additional information on signage compliance.
Safety warning labels must be maintained on the infrared heater. Illustrations of the safety labels, and their
locations, are pictured below. When no longer legible, they must be replaced. Contact either your local
distributor or the product manufacturer for obtaining replacement signs or labels.
Top View
CAUTION
- VERIFY SUPPLY VOLTAGE -
L1
LAMP NO. 1
L2
DISCONNECT FROM ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
BEFORE SERVICING THIS HEATER.
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE PROPERLY
LAMP NO. 2
GROUNDED TO THE ELECTRICAL SOURCE.
NOTE: USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY
LLWEL02-1M-03/11 (CDS)
Electrical Label
(Located inside raceway)
F/N: LLECL001 - Clearance to Combustibles Label
DETROIT RADIANT INFRARED RADIANT ELECTRIC HEATER
FOR INDOOR COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL USE.
FOR PROTECTED AND UNPROTECTED OUTDOOR USE.
NOT FOR INDOOR RESIDENTIAL USE!
MODEL NO.
VOLTAGE
SW-24B1-C16R
PHASE:
Single
FREQUENCY:
50/60 Hz
AMPERES
6.67
F/N: LL01 - Clearance Safety Tag
(Affix adjacent to heater’s controller)
WATTAGE
240
E
L
P
M
MININMUM
MOUNTING ANGLE:
0 Degrees
SA
MAXIMUM
MOUNTING ANGLE:
45 Degrees
DESIGN COMPLIES WITH:
UL2021 1997 & C22.2 No. 46-M1988 - Electric Air - Heaters
1600
VERSION
11/1020
STANDARD LAMP:
EL-083
ALTERNATE LAMP:
EL-073
Serial No. 10 10 DETR 021400 0001
DETROIT RADIANT PRODUCTS COMPANY
21400 HOOVER ROAD - WARREN, MI
(586) 756-0950
www.drp-co.com
Rating Plate
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1.0 Safety • Standards, Certifications and Government Regulations
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Standards, Certifications and Government Regulations
Installation of this infrared heater must comply with all applicable local, state and national specifications,
regulations and building codes. Contact the local building inspector and/or fire marshal for guidance.
The heater must be electrically grounded in accordance with the following codes:
United States: Refer to National Electrical Code®, ANSI/NFPA 70 (latest edition). Wiring must conform to the latest edition of National Electrical Code®, local ordinances, and any special diagrams from the manufacturer.
Canada: Refer to Canadian Electrical Code CSA C22.1 Part 1 (latest edition).
Detroit Radiant Products units comply or are certified by one or more of the following
organizations or standards:
• CSA 22.2 #46 - M1988
• UL 2021, 1997
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2.0 Installation • Design
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2.0 Installation
WARNING
!
Read and understand, the installation, operating and maintenance instructions
thoroughly before installing or servicing this equipment.
Design
To ensure a safe, properly designed heating system, a layout should be developed for the correct
placement of the infrared heater(s).
Aside from safety factors such as clearance to combustibles (see Chart 1.1 on page 6), you should also
take into consideration the environment (e.g., cold/drafty, average, protected), heat coverage (sq. ft.)
needed, heater centers, the distance behind a person or work station(s). Also, the effective infrared
surface temperature of a person or object may be diminished with wind above 5 mph. Wind barrier(s)
may be required. Most importantly, clearance to combustibles must always be maintained! Refer to
hazards on page 5.
When positioning the heaters, keep in mind combustible materials, lights, sprinkler heads, overhead
doors, storage area with stacked materials, gas and electrical lines, parked vehicles, cranes, etc. Refer to
Page 6 for minimum clearance to verify that a safe installation exists.
This installation manual, along with national, state, provincial and local codes, address these issues. It is
critical that you read, understand and follow all guidelines and instructions. Always inspect and evaluate
the mounting conditions, application, and wiring.
When heated, materials high in hydrocarbons (solvents, paint thinner, mineral spirits, formaldehydes, etc.)
can evaporate and/or degrade. This may result in odors or fumes being emitted into the environment. To
correct this problem, clean the area and/or introduce additional ventilation. Heaters installed and serviced
in accordance with the installation manual do not emit foul odors into the environment.
IMPORTANT: Fire sprinkler heads must be located at an appropriate distance from the heater to avoid
an inadvertent discharge. This distance may exceed the published clearance to combustibles. Certain
applications may require the use of high temperature sprinkler heads or relocation of the heaters.
!
CAUTION
Fire sprinkler systems containing propylene glycol, antifreeze or other potentially flammable substances
shall not be used in conjunction with this heater without careful consideration for and avoidance of
inadvertent discharge hazards. For further information consult NFPA 13. Always observe applicable state
and local codes.
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Chart 2.1 • Outdoor Comfort Heating Application Chart
Series
Lamp Qty.
(Dim A)
Recommended
Mounting Height (Ft.)*
1
8-10
17 x 15
6.3
2
8-10
17 x 16
11.8
3
10-12
21 x 21
10.9
1
8-10
18 x 15
9.3
2
10-12
22 x 20
11.4
3
10-12
22 x 21
16.2
1
10-12
22 x 19
8.7
2
12-14
27 x 24
11.3
3
12-14
27 x 25
16.2
SW-24
SW-33
SW-46
Coverage of Heater
Length x Width (Ft.)
Watts per Square Foot
Heater installation shall comply with all IOPM, NEC, ANSI/NFPA-70, CEC, and local restrictions.
Chart 2.2 • Indoor Spot Heating Application Chart
Series
Lamp Qty.
(Dim A)
Recommended
Mounting Height (Ft.)*
Coverage of Heater
Length x Width (Ft.)
Watts per Square Foot
1
8-10
21 x 19
4.0
2
8-10
21 x 20
7.6
3
10-12
25 x 23
8.4
1
8-10
22 x 19
6.0
2
10-12
26 x 24
8.0
3
10-12
26 x 25
11.5
1
10-12
26 x 25
5.6
2
12-14
31 x 26
9.0
SW-24
SW-33
SW-46
3
12-14
31 x 27
13.1
When comfort heating people, two heaters should be used to heat both sides of the individual. Heater installation shall
comply with all IOPM, NEC, ANSI/NFPA-70, CEC and local restrictions.
*Clearance to combustibles must be maintained at all times. Factory recommended mounting heights are listed as a
guideline. If infrared heaters are mounted too low or too high, they may result in discomfort or lack of heat.
Figure 2.1 • Heating Application
36” Min.
Dim A
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2.0 Installation • Heater Mounting
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Heater Mounting
!
WARNING
Improper suspension of the infrared heater may result in collapse and being crushed.
Always suspend from a permanent part of the building structure that can support the total
force and weight of the heater.
Failure to maintain minimum clearance to combustibles may result in fire and/or explosion,
property damage, serious injury or death. Always maintain minimum clearances and post
signs or provided tags (F/N: LL01) adjacent to heaters controller. Signs should state the
hazards for the particular application and be legible to the building occupants. Consult the
factory or a factory representative for additional information on signage compliance.
The heater can be suspended with chains or rigid threaded rod. Local codes, or conditions that would
cause the unit to move (e.g., wind drafts, blowers, crane rails, etc.), may require rigid threaded rod.
Consult all applicable codes before installation.
The heater must be level from side to side and may be 0° to 45° on horizontal. Refer to figures 2.2 and
2.3.
Figure 2.2 • Heater Dimensions
A
(Center of Mounts)
10.50
C
Mount Heater Level
- Side to Side -
B
Chart 2.3 • Physical Dimensions (inches)
Model No.
A
B
C
SW-24-X1
23.50
9.25
24.00
SW-24-X2
23.50
15.00
24.00
SW-24-X3
23.50
20.75
24.00
SW-33-X1
32.50
9.25
33.00
SW-33-X2
32.50
15.00
33.00
SW-33-X3
32.50
20.75
33.00
SW-46-X1
45.50
9.25
46.00
SW-46-X2
45.50
15.00
46.00
SW-46-X3
45.50
20.75
46.00
Figure 2.3 • Mounting Centers
3.75
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Top Channel Assembly
1Attach the mounting brackets to the top wire raceway. On each end, place (1) 1/4” x 1/2” bolt through
the bottom hole of the mounting bracket and through the bottom hole of the top wire raceway.
Place (1) 1/4” lock nut on each bolt. Do not tighten completely. Refer to figure 2.4.
NOTE: The mounting brackets are NOT required for chain suspension.
2Adjust wire raceway to desired mounting angle
3On each side, place (1) 1/4” x 1/2” bolt through slot in the mounting bracket and the hole in the top wire
raceway. Place (1) 1/4” lock nut on each bolt and tighten.
4Tighten lock nuts from Step 1.
5Hook heater body into mounted wire raceway. Unit will hang freely
by the “T” hinge, leaving both
hands free to wire unit. Refer to figure 2.4.
6Run supplied high temperature wires out to field supplied junction box. DO NOT make connections
inside the wire raceway
7Close wire raceway using the (4) #8-32 x 3/8” grounding screws provided in hardware pack.
Figure 2.4 • Top Channel Assembly
1/4” x 1/2” Bolt
Wire Raceway
#8-32 x 3/8”
Grounding
Screw
T-Hinge
#8-32 x 3/8” Grounding Screw
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2.0 Installation • Lamp Installation
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Lamp Installation
!
CAUTION
Disconnect power prior to installing or replacing supplied quartz lamp(s). The elements can and should
be installed prior to mounting the heater.
1Remove the service access panels and open lamp retainers.
2Position heating elements in “U” slots at the ends of the reflector. When utilizing the ruby lamps, the
lamp adapter plates (EL-006) must first be removed.
3Close lamp retainers to secure the heating element in the slot (see Figure 2.5).
4Carefully wrap the heating element pigtail one revolution clockwise around terminal screws (see Figure
2.6). NOTE: Cut excess pigtail off at terminal to prevent lead from touching metal parts. Avoid
handling the quartz glass as much as possible. Quartz glass should be wiped off with alcohol using a
clean cloth.
CAUTION: Do not pull pigtail too tightly that pressure is
being placed on the heating element. Maintain a 1/2” slack in the pigtail.
5Tighten the terminal screws (see Figure 2.6).
6Reinstall service access panels using sheet metal screws as removed in Step 1.
Figure 2.5 • Lamp Installation
Lamp Adapter Plates (EL-006)
Lamp Retainers
Figure 2.6 • Lamp Installation
Wrap pigtail clockwise
around terminal screw
Terminal Screws
1/2” slack on pigtail
Cut off excess
NOTE: SW Series heaters are designed for use with Quartz lamp infrared heating elements only. They
are NOT intended to be used with straight metal rod heating elements. Replace lamps with parts
from Detroit Radiant Products only.
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2.0 Installation • Outdoor Application • Electrical
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Totally Exposed Outdoor Applications
CAUTION
!
For totally exposed outdoor applications (not ceiling protected) ensure connections are made as illustrated
in Figure 2.7
Figure 2.7 • Exposed Outdoor Application
6”
Minimum
NOTE: All conduit, conduit fittings, and junction boxes are field supplied. Must be NEMA Type 4x or
equivalent. Heater must be suspended from mounting brackets.
Electrical
!
WARNING
Electric Shock
Field wiring to the heater must be connected and grounded in accordance with national,
state, provincial, local codes and to the guidelines in the this manual. In the United States
refer to the most current revisions to the ANSI/NFPA 70 Standard and in Canada refer to
the most current revisions the CSA C22.1 Part I Standard.
Disconnect power to heater before servicing.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death or electrical shock
This fixture is equipped with high temperature silicone lead wires to make connections to branch circuit.
Remove the wire-ties prior to making electrical connections.
Wiring connections should always be through one of the knockouts in the top wire raceway. Wire
connections must also be made outside the of the top wire raceway. Consult the factory, or a qualified
electrician for details on staging.
Supply wires must be a copper conductor type, with a minimum size of 10AWG.
Infrared heater must be connected to the earthing conductor (green wire) installed by the factory.
See above for use in Totally Exposed Outdoor Applications.
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2.0 Installation • Wiring Diagrams
Wiring Diagrams
Figure 2.8 • SW Wiring Diagram • Units with 1 Lamp
L1
L2
LAMP NO. 1
Figure 2.9 • SW Wiring Diagram • Units with 2 Lamps
L1
LAMP NO. 1
L2
LAMP NO. 2
Figure 2.10 • SW Wiring Diagram • Units with 3 Lamps
LAMP NO. 1
L1
L2
LAMP NO. 2
LAMP NO. 3
Field Wiring
Figure 2.11 • Single Phase Service
L1
Figure 2.12 • Three Phase Service
L2
L1
L2
CONTROL
DEVICE
CONTROL
L3
DEVICE
SINGLE LAMP UNIT
L1
L2
TRIPLE LAMP UNIT
L1
DOUBLE LAMP UNIT
L1
L1
L2
L2
L3
TRIPLE LAMP UNIT
L1
L3
L2
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3.0 Maintenance • Maintenance Checks & Log
3.0 Maintenance
It is recommended that the following become a standard yearly procedure to obtain maximum operating
efficiency and trouble free operation.
During long periods of non-usage, remove or cover heater with a polyethylene bag and disconnect from
power supply. If further service to the heater is desired, contact your representative or the factory.
1Clean reflector surface with a damp cloth.
2Ensure heater is secure on all hanging points.
3Maintain clearance to combustibles at all times. Immediately remove objects in violations of the
published clearance to combustibles.
4 Check electrical wires and connections for wear or any kind of damage.
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3.0 Maintenance • Troubleshooting Guide
Troubleshooting Guide
Key
Start
Question
Turn Heater on from power source.
Does the heating
lamps turn on?
No
Are the heating lamps
physically damaged?
Process
Question
Yes
Corrective
Action
Replace heating lamp(s).
No
Are the heating lamps
wired as indicated in
the manual?
Yes
No
Rewire lamps as indicated
in this manual.
Yes
Find the source of the electrical problem between panel and heater.
Is there a sufficient
amount of heat?
No
Is the supply voltage correct for the
model type on the rating label?
No
Supply correct voltage
Yes
Heater size and/or quantity of
heaters, may be incorrect for
application.
Yes
Yes
Is there too much heat?
No
Is the heater mounted within the
recommended height?
Yes
No
Mount heater within the
recommended mounting heights.
Troubleshooting ends.
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SW Series Manual
3.0 Maintenance • Heater Assembly Components
Heater Assembly Components
For complete information on SW Series replacement parts, visit the online replacement parts library at
www.detroitradiant.com/partscenter. For discontinued models, consult the factory.
Figure 3.1 • Components
016
028
026
057
058
059
027
033
034
035
037
031
152, 153, 154
252, 253, 254
352, 353, 354
006
023
022
025
024
051
001
020
155
255
355
021
038
070-088
002
003
004
012
013
014
106
206
306
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SW Series Manual
3.0 Maintenance • Heater Assembly Components
Electric Parts Listing
Chart 3.2 • General Parts List
Part
No.
Description
Part
No.
Description
EL-001
Ceramic Insulating Base
EL-072
Lamp; 2500W 208V Clear
EL-002
Reflector, 24 Inch Model
EL-073
Lamp; 1600W 240V Clear
EL-003
Reflector, 33 Inch Model
EL-074
Lamp; 2500W 240V Clear
EL-004
Reflector, 46 Inch Model
EL-075
Lamp; 1600W 480V Clear
EL-006
Lamp Adaptor Plate
EL-076
Lamp; 2500W 480V Clear
EL-012
Reflector Channel, 24 Inch Model
EL-077
Lamp; 3650W 480V Clear
EL-013
Reflector Channel, 33 Inch Model
EL-078
Lamp; 3800W 575V Clear
EL-014
Reflector Channel, 46 Inch Model
EL-080
Lamp; 1600W 120V Ruby
EL-016
Mounting Brackets
EL-081
Lamp; 1600W 208V Ruby
EL-020
Brass Strip with three (3) #10-32 holes
EL-082
Lamp; 2500W 208V Ruby
EL-021
#10-32 x 3/8 Brass Panhead MS
EL-083
Lamp; 1600W 240V Ruby
EL-022
#10-32 x 1-1/4" Stainless Steel Pan Head MS
EL-084
Lamp; 2500W 240V Ruby
EL-023
#10-32 Keps Nut
EL-085
Lamp; 1600W 480V Ruby
EL-024
#10 medium Split Lock Washer, Stainless Steel
EL-086
Lamp; 2500W 480V Ruby
EL-025
#10-32 x 3/4 SS pan Head #2 Phillips Machine Screw
EL-087
Lamp; 3650W 480V Ruby
#10 Hex head with Star Washer, Self Threading, Fine
threads 3/8
EL-088
Lamp; 3800W 575V Ruby
EL-027
1/4 - 20 x 1/2 inch bolt for bracket
EL-106
Service Access Panel, Single Lamp
EL-028
1/4-20 Nut
EL-152
Single Lamp Shell Assembly, 24 Inches
EL-029
1/4 Split lock washer
EL-153
Single Lamp Shell Assembly, 33 Inches
EL-030
Stainless Steel Rivet
EL-154
Single Lamp Shell Assembly, 46 Inches
EL-031
Green Ground Screw
EL-155
Single Lamp Chassis Assembly
EL-033
Wire, length for 33, 12 Gauge (specify color)
EL-034
Wire, Length for 24 12 Gauge (specify color)
EL-206 Service Access Panel, Double Lamp
EL-035
Wire, length for 46 12 Gauge (specify color)
EL-252 Double Lamp Shell Assembly, 24 Inches
EL-036
Snap-on Fork Terminal for connector
EL-253 Double Lamp Shell Assembly, 33 Inches
EL-037
Wire Bushing, 2201
EL-254 Double Lamp Shell Assembly, 46 Inches
EL-038
#8 Stainless Steel Sheet Metal Screw
EL-255 Double Lamp Chassis Assembly
EL-051
Ceramic Insulating Base Assembly
EL-057
Wire Raceway Cover Assembly, 24 Inch Model
EL-306 Service Access Panel, Triple Lamp
EL-058
Wire Raceway Cover Assembly, 33 Inch Model
EL-352 Triple Lamp Shell Assembly, 24 Inches
EL-059
Wire Raceway Cover Assembly, 46 Inch Model
EL-353 Triple Lamp Shell Assembly, 33 Inches
EL-070
Lamp; 1600W 120V Clear
EL-354 Triple Lamp Shell Assembly, 46 Inches
EL-071
Lamp; 1600W 208V Clear
EL-355 Triple Lamp Chassis Assembly
EL-026
Single Lamp Model Parts List
Double Lamp Model Parts List
Triple Lamp Model Parts List
Visit our online parts reference library at store.reverberray.com for further part related technical data.
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4.0 Limited Warranty
SW Series Manual
4.0 Limited Warranty
One-Year Limited Warranty. Detroit Radiant Products Company (hereinafter referred to as the Company)
warrants to the original purchaser or original user that all Detroit Radiant Gas Infrared Heaters sold by it and all
parts thereof are free from defects in material or workmanship under normal use and service. The Company’s sole
obligation under this warranty shall be limited to furnishing replacement parts, F.O.B. Warren, Michigan, for 12
months from the date of initial installation of the heater, but not to exceed 18 months from the date of shipment by
the Company of the heaters, for any parts which the Company’s examination shall disclose to its satisfaction to be
defective. Defective parts are to be returned to the Company, transportation charges prepaid.
General Conditions. The warranties set out in this certificate are the exclusive remedy of the original owner or
user in lieu of all other warranties written, oral or implied (including any warranty of merchantability or fitness for
the purpose) and all other obligations or liabilities on the part of the Company, and the Company neither assumes
nor authorizes any person to assume for it any other obligation or liabilities on the part of the Company, and the
Company neither assumes nor authorizes any person to assume for it any other obligation or liability in connection
with the sale, installation or use of the heater or any parts thereof.
The Company will not be responsible for labor charges for the analysis of a defective condition in the heater
or for the installation of replacement parts. The warranties provided herein will not apply if the input of the
heater exceeds the rated input at time of manufacturing or if the heater in the judgment of the Company has
been subjected to misuse, excessive dust, improper conversion, negligence, accident, corrosive atmospheres,
excessive thermal shock, excessive vibration, physical damage to the heater, alterations by unauthorized service
personnel, operation contrary to the Company’s instructions or if the serial number has been altered, defaced, or
removed. The Company shall not be liable for any default or delay in the performance of these warranties caused
by contingency beyond its control, including war, government restriction or restraints, strikes, fire, flood, short or
reduced supply of raw materials, or parts.
The warranties herein shall be null and void if the heater is not installed by a competent heating contractor and/
or if the heater is not installed according to Company instructions, normal industry practices and/or if the heater
is not maintained and repaired according to Company’s instructions. Normal product degradation and wear (rust,
oxidation, etc.) does not constitute a material defect and applicable warranty claim.
Written permission is required for the return of any parts or equipment and any such return must be made on the
basis of transportation charges prepaid. Shipment may be refused unless prior written permission is obtained and
goods returned prepaid.
This warranty applies only within the United States.
© 2013 Detroit Radiant Products Company
21400 Hoover Road Warren, MI 48089 U.S.A.
Voice: (586) 756-0950
Fax: (586) 756-2626
Website: www.detroitradiant.com
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