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Service Instructions
ANX, SSX, ASX, GSX, DSX, ASXC, DSXC
Condensing Units,
ANZ, SSZ, ASZ, GSZ, DSZ, ASZC, DSZC, VSX, VSZ
Split System Heat Pumps
with R-410A Refrigerant
Blowers, Coils, & Accessories
This manual is to be used by qualified, professionally trained HVAC technicians only. Goodman
does not assume any responsibility for property damage or personal injury due to improper
service procedures or services performed by an unqualified person.
Copyright © 2006 - 2015 Goodman Manufacturing Company, L.P.
RS6200006r61
January 2015
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ............................................... 2 - 3
SYSTEM OPERATION ..................................................... 60 - 64
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION ............................................ 4 - 32
TROUBLESHOOTING CHART .............................................. 65
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION (LIGHT COMMERCIAL) ... 33 - 34
SERVICE TABLE OF CONTENTS ......................................... 66
ACCESSORIES (LIGHT COMMERCIAL) ............................... 35
SERVICING .................................................................. 66 - 168
ACCESSORIES ............................................................... 36 - 56
ACCESSORIES WIRING DIAGRAMS ......................... 169- 179
PRODUCT DESIGN ........................................................ 57 - 59
WIRING DIAGRAMS..........................................................180 -321
Pride and workmanship go into every product to provide our customers with quality products. It is possible, however, that
during its lifetime a product may require service. Products should be serviced only by a qualified service technician who is
familiar with the safety procedures required in the repair and who is equipped with the proper tools, parts, testing instruments
and the appropriate service manual. REVIEW ALL SERVICE INFORMATION IN THE APPROPRIATE SERVICE MANUAL BEFORE
BEGINNING REPAIRS.
IMPORTANT NOTICES FOR CONSUMERS AND SERVICERS
RECOGNIZE SAFETY SYMBOLS, WORDS AND LABELS
WARNING
THIS UNIT SHOULD NOT BE CONNECTED TO. OR USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH, ANY DEVICES THAT ARE NOT DESIGN CERTIFIED FOR USE WITH THIS UNIT OR HAVE NOT BEEN
TESTED AND APPROVED BY GOODMAN. SERIOUS PROPERTY DAMAGE OR PERSONAL INJURY, REDUCED UNIT PERFORMANCE AND/OR HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS MAY RESULT
FROM THE USE OF DEVICES THAT HAVE NOT BEEN APPROVED OR CERTIFED BY GOODMAN.
WARNING
TO PREVENT
THE RISK OF PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY, OR DEATH,
DO NOT STORE COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER
FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS OR VAPORS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS APPLIANCE.
WARNING
G OODMA N W ILL NOT BE R ESPONSIBLE FOR A NY INJURY OR PROPERTY DAM AGE ARISING FROM IMPROPER SERVICE OR SERVICE PROCEDURES.
I F YOU INSTALL OR PERFORM SERVICE ON THIS UNIT, YOU A SSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY PERSONAL INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE WHIC H
MAY RESU LT. M ANY JURISDICTIONS REQUIRE A LICENSE TO IN STALL OR SERVICE HEATING AND A IR CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT.
To locate an authorized servicer, please consult your telephone book or the dealer from whom you purchased this product.
For further assistance, please contact:
CONSUMER INFORMATION LINE
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION
SAFE REFRIGERANT HANDLING
While these items will not cover every conceivable situation, they should serve as a useful guide.
WARNING
WARNING
REFRIGERANTS ARE HEAVIER THAN AIR. THEY CAN "PUSH OUT" THE
OXYGEN IN YOUR LUNGS OR IN ANY ENCLOSED SPACE. T O AVOID
TO AVOID POSSIBLE EXPLOSION:
• NEVER APPLY FLAME OR STEAM
POSSIBLE DIFFICULTY IN BREATHING OR DEATH:
•N EVER PURGE REFRIGERANT INTO AN ENCLOSED ROOM OR SPACE.
BY
IT IN WARM WATER.
•
NEVER FILL A CYLINDER MORE THAN 80% FULL OF LIQUID REFRIGERANT.
NEVER ADD ANYTHING OTHER THAN R-22 TO AN R-22 CYLINDER OR
R-410 A TO AN R-410A CYLINDER. THE SERVICE EQUIPMENT USED MUST
•
STORE CYLINDERS
•
LAW, ALL REFRIGERANTS MUST BE RECLAIMED.
•IF AN INDOOR LEAK IS SUSPECTED, THOROUGHLY VENTILATE THE AREA
BEFORE BEGINNING WORK.
•LIQUID REFRIGERANT CAN BE VERY COLD.
TO A REFRIGERANT CYLINDER. IF YOU
MUST HEAT A CYLINDER FOR FASTER CHARGING, PARTIALLY IMMERSE
TO AVOID POSSIBLE FROST-
BITE OR BLINDNESS, AVOID CONTACT WITH REFRIGERANT AND WEAR
BE LISTED OR CERTIFIED FOR THE TYPE OF REFRIGERANT USED.
GLOVES AND GOGGLES. IF LIQUID REFRIGERANT DOES CONTACT YOUR
IN A COOL, DRY PLACE.
NEVER
USE A CYLINDER
AS A PLATFORM OR A ROLLER.
SKIN OR EYES, SEEK MEDICAL HELP IMMEDIATELY.
•A LWAYS FOLLOW
EPA REGULATIONS. NEVER BURN REFRIGERANT,
AS POISONOUS GAS WILL BE PRODUCED.
WARNING
TO AVOID POSSIBLE EXPLOSION, USE ONLY RETURNABLE (NOT DISPOSABLE)
SERVICE CYLINDERS WHEN REMOVING REFRIGERANT FROM A SYSTEM.
•
WARNING
ENSURE THE CYLINDER IS FREE OF DAMAGE WHICH COULD LEAD TO A
LEAK OR EXPLOSION.
THE UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY ("EPA")
ENSURE THE HYDROSTATIC TEST DATE DOES NOT EXCEED 5 YEARS.
• ENSURE THE PRESSURE RATING MEETS OR EXCEEDS 400 LBS.
•
HAS ISSUED VARIOUS REGULATIONS REGARDING THE INTRODUCTION AND
DISPOSAL OF REFRIGERANTS INTRODUCED INTO THIS UNIT.
FAILURE TO
WHEN IN DOUBT, DO NOT USE CYLINDER.
FOLLOW THESE REGULATIONS MAY HARM THE ENVIRONMENT AND CAN
THESE REGULATIONS
SHOULD QUESTIONS ARISE, CONTACT YOUR
LEAD TO THEH IMPOSITION OF SUBSTANTIAL FINES.
MAY VARY BY JURISDICTION.
LOCAL
EPA OFFICE.
WARNING
TO
AVOID POSSIBLE INJURY, EXPLOSION OR DEATH, PRACTICE SAFE
HANDLING OF REFRIGERAN TS.
WARNING
SYSTEM CONTAMINANTS, IMPROPER SERVICE PROCEDURE AND/OR PHYSICAL
ABUSE AFFECTING HERMETIC COMPRESSOR ELECTRICAL TERMINALS MAY
CAUSE DANGEROUS SYSTEM VENTING.
The successful development of hermetically sealed refrigeration compressors has completely sealed the compressor's
moving parts and electric motor inside a common housing,
minimizing refrigerant leaks and the hazards sometimes
associated with moving belts, pulleys or couplings.
Fundamental to the design of hermetic compressors is a
method whereby electrical current is transmitted to the
compressor motor through terminal conductors which pass
through the compressor housing wall. These terminals are
sealed in a dielectric material which insulates them from the
housing and maintains the pressure tight integrity of the
hermetic compressor. The terminals and their dielectric
embedment are strongly constructed, but are vulnerable to
careless compressor installation or maintenance procedures and equally vulnerable to internal electrical short
circuits caused by excessive system contaminants.
In either of these instances, an electrical short between the
terminal and the compressor housing may result in the loss
of integrity between the terminal and its dielectric embedment. This loss may cause the terminals to be expelled,
thereby venting the vaporous and liquid contents of the
compressor housing and system.
A venting compressor terminal normally presents no danger
to anyone, providing the terminal protective cover is properly
in place.
If, however, the terminal protective cover is not properly in
place, a venting terminal may discharge a combination of
(a) hot lubricating oil and refrigerant
(b) flammable mixture (if system is contaminated
with air)
in a stream of spray which may be dangerous to anyone in the
vicinity. Death or serious bodily injury could occur.
Under no circumstances is a hermetic compressor to be
electrically energized and/or operated without having the
terminal protective cover properly in place.
See Service Section S-17 for proper servicing.
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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Split System Heat Pumps R410A
Model #
ASZ130**1AA
ASZ130**1AB
ASZ130[18, 36-60]1AB
ASZ130[24-30]1AC
ASZ130[18, 36-60]1AC
ASZ130[24-30]1AD
ASZ130[18, 36-60]1AD
ASZ130[24-30]1AE
ASZ130241BA
ASZ130181AF
ASZ130[24-30]1AG
ASZ130481AF
ASZ140**1AA
ASZ140**1AB
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 13 Seer heat pump units. Initial release of Amana® Brand 13 SEER Heat
Pump R410A.
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 13 Seer heat pump units. Introduces new revisions with imporved circuiting
for effective defrost.
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 13 Seer heat pump units. Introduces models containing crankcase heater,
CCH switch and upgraded defrost control.
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 13 Seer heat pump units. Relocation of low pressure switch from liquid line
to suction line as a compressor safeguard to prevent low pressure from entering.
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 13 Seer heat pump units. Initial release of models using single speed PSC
motors; removal of low ambient temperature switch.
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 13 Seer heat pump units. Release of 2 Ton models, converting from 3/8" to
5mm condenser coils
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 13 Seer heat pump units. Current reversing valve change from Dunan to
new SanHua reversing valve
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 13 Seer heat pump units. Current Ranco reversing valve 0151M00020
replaced by SanHua 0151R00070 reversing valve
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 14 Seer heat pump units. Initial release of Amana® Brand 14 SEER Heat
Pump R410A.
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 14 Seer heat pump units. Introduces new revisions have screw locations
moved in the top panel, base pans, louvers, and control box covers.
ASZ140**1AC
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 14 Seer heat pump units. New revisions have horizontal style louvers.
ASZ140[18, 42-48]1AD
ASZ140[24-36, 60]1AE
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 14 Seer heat pump units. Adds new steel muffler, and suction tubes
w/shock loop.
ASZ140361AF
ASZ140421AD
ASZ140[48-60]1AE
ASZ140[18, 30,36]1AF
ASZ140241AG
ASZ14[42, 48, 60]1AE
ASZ140241AF
ASZ140[18,30,36]1AG
ASZ140241AH
ASZC160[42,48,60]1AF
ASZ140361BA
ASZ140[18, 30]1AH
ASZ140241AJ
ASZ140[42-60]1AG
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 14 Seer heat pump units. New revisions replace TXV & compensator with
flowrator & accumulator.
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 14 Seer heat pump units. New revisions will have Sanhua (RANCO)
reversing valves.
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 14 Seer heat pump units. AF revision has the smaller B1227315 reversing
valve.
Amana® brand Split Z Communicating heat pump, 14 Seer R410A heat pump units. Introduces Amana 14 SEER
heat pumps with accumulators, crankcase heaters, and upgraded defrost control.
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 14 Seer heat pump units. Initial release of Amana® Brand 14 SEER Heat
Pump R410A, with reduced chassis size from large to medium.
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 14 Seer heat pump units. Relocation of low pressure switch from liquid line
to suction line as a compressor safeguard to prevent low pressure from entering.
ASZ140[18, 30]1AJ
ASZ140241AK
ASZ140[42-60]1AH
ASZ140361BB
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 14 Seer heat pump units.
ASZ140181AL
ASZ140241AM
ASZ140301AL
ASZ140361BC
ASZ140381AB
ASZ140[42-60]1AK
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 14 Seer heat pump units. Revision made for design improvement.
ASZ140381AA
ASZ140[18-30]1BA
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Description
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 14 Seer heat pump units. 35" chassis with 6-channel flowrator and ZP29K5
compressor.
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 14 Seer heat pump units. Updating ratings and agency information.
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Split System Heat Pumps R410A
Model #
Description
ASZ160**1AA
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 16 Seer heat pump units. Initial release of Amana® Brand 16
SEER Heat Pump R410A.
ASZ160**1AB
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 16 Seer heat pump units. Introduces new revisions have screw
locations moved in the top panel, base pans, louvers, and control box covers.
ASZ160**1AC
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 16 Seer heat pump units. New revisions have horizontal style
louvers.
ASZ160**1AD
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 16 Seer heat pump units. New revisions added Muffler and
standardized TXV, Compensator using the ASZ18 Seer weldment.
ASZ160241AD
ASZ160[36-60]AE
ASZ160[24, 36]1AF
ASZ160[48, 60]1AF
ASZ160[24,36,48,60]1KA
ASZ180**1AB
ASZ180[36, 48, 60]1AC
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 16 Seer heat pump units. Adds new steel muffler, and suction
tubes w/shock loop.
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 16 Seer heat pump units. New revisions will have Sanhua
(RANCO) reversing valves.
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 16 Seer heat pump units.
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 18 Seer heat pump units. Initial release of Amana® Brand 18
SEER Heat Pump R410A.
Amana® Brand Split Z R410A heat pump 18 Seer heat pump units. New revisions will have Sanhua
(RANCO) reversing valves.
Split System Heat Pumps R410A
Model #
ANZ130[18-60]1AA
ANZ130[18/24/30]1AB
ANZ130481AB
Description
Amana® Brand Split System Base Heat Pump, 13 Seer R-410A units.
Amana® Brand Split System Base Heat Pump, 13 Seer R-410A units. Current reversing valve change from
Dunan to new SanHua reversing valve
Amana® Brand Split System Base Heat Pump, 13 Seer R-410A units. Current Ranco reversing valve
0151M00020 replaced by SanHua 0151R00070 reversing valve
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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Split System Heat Pumps R410A
Model #
Descrip tion
ASZC160**1AA
Amana® brand Split Z Communicating heat pump, 16 Seer R410A heat pump units. Introduces Goodman 2stage 16 SEER heat pumps wi th R-410A, communicating models.
ASZC160[24, 36]1AB
ASZC160[48, 60]1AB
Amana® brand Split Z Communicating heat pump, 16 Seer R410A heat pump units. New revisions will have
Sanhua (RANCO) reversing valves.
ASZC160[24-48]1AC
ASZC 160601BA
Amana® brand Split Z C ommunicating heat pump, 16 Seer R410A heat pump units. Introduces Amana 2stage 16 SEER heat pumps wi th accumulators and crankcase heaters.
ASZC160[24-36]1AD
ASZC 160601BB
Amana® brand Split Z C ommunicating heat pump, 16 Seer R410A heat pump units. Change motor to Nidec.
ASZC160[24-36]1AE
Amana® brand Split Z Communicating heat pump, 16 Seer R410A heat pump units. INew revision replaces
existing compressor ZPS20K4EPFV230 to ZPS20K5EPFV130 & existing compress or ZPS30K4EPFV230 to
ZPS30K5EPFV130.
ASZC 160481AE
ASZX180601BC
Amana® brand Split Z Communicating heat pump, 18 Seer R410A heat pump units. Introduces Ul tratech
2.0®.
ASZC180**1AA
Amana® brand Split Z Communicating heat pump, 18 Seer R410A heat pump units. Introduces Goodman 2stage 16 SEER heat pumps wi th R-410A, communicating models.
ASZC180[36, 48, 60]1AB
ASZC180[36-48]1AC
ASZC 180601BA
ASZC180361AD
ASZC180481AD
ASZX180601BB
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Amana® brand Split Z Communicating heat pump, 18 Seer R410A heat pump units. Introduces Amana 2stage 16 SEER heat pumps wi th accumulators and crankcase heaters.
Amana® brand Split Z Communicating heat pump, 18 Seer R410A heat pump units. New revisions will have
Sanhua (RANCO) reversing valves.
Amana® brand Split Z Communicating heat pump, 18 Seer R410A heat pump units. New revisions will have
Sanhua (RANCO) reversing valves.
Amana® brand Split Z Communicating heat pump, 18 Seer R410A heat pump units. Introduces Ul tratech
2.0®.
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Split System Heat Pumps R410A
Model #
Description
DSZ160**1AA
Deluxe Spl it Z Heat Pump 16 Seer heat pump units. Introduces Goodman 2-stage 16 SEER heat pumps with
R-410A.
DSZ160241AC
DSZ16036, 48, 60]1AB
DSZ180**1AA
DSZ180[36, 48, 60]1AB
DSZC16**1AA
Deluxe Spl it Z Heat Pump 16 Seer heat pump units. Goodman 2-stage 16 SEER heat pumps w ith R-410A.
New revisions will have Sanhua (RANCO) reversing valves.
Deluxe Spl it Z Heat Pump 18 Seer heat pump units. Introduces Goodman 2-stage 18 SEER heat pumps with
R-410A.
Deluxe Spl it Z Heat Pump 18 Seer heat pump units. Goodman 2-stage 18 SEER heat pumps w ith R-410A.
New revisions will have Sanhua (RANCO) reversing valves.
Deluxe Spl it Z Communicating heat pump, 16 Seer R410A heat pump units. Introduces Goodman 2-stage 16
SEER heat pumps with R-410A, communicating models.
DSZC 160[24-48]1AC
DSZC160601BA
Deluxe Spl it Z Communicating heat pump, 16 Seer R410A heat pump units. Goodman 2-stage 16 SEER
heat pumps with R-410A, communicating models. New revisions will have Sanhua (RANCO) reversing
valves.
Deluxe Spl it Z Communicating heat pump, 16 Seer R410A heat pump units. Introduces Goodman 2-stage 16
SEER heat pumps with accumulators and crankcase heaters.
DSZC 160[24-48]1AD
DSZC160601BB
Deluxe Spl it Z Communicating heat pump, 16 Seer R410A heat pump units. Introduces Ultratech 2.0®
compressor changes.
DSZC160[24, 36]1AB
DSZC160[48, 60]1AB
DSZC160[24-36]1AE
DSZC160481AE
DSZC160601BC
DSZC18**1AA
DSZC180[36, 48, 60]1AB
DSZC 180[36-48]1AC
DSZC180601BA
DSZC180361AD
DSZC 160[24-48]1AD
DSZC160601BB
Deluxe Spl it Z Communicating heat pump, 16 Seer R410A heat pump units. N ew revision repl aces existing
compressor ZPS20K4EPFV230 to ZPS20K5EPFV130 & existing compressor ZPS30K4EPFV230 to
ZPS30K5EPFV130.
Deluxe Spl it Z Communicating heat pump, 16 Seer R410A heat pump units. Introduces Ultratech 2.0®
compressor changes.
Deluxe Spl it Z Communicating heat pump, 18 Seer R410A heat pump units. Introduces Goodman 2-stage 18
SEER heat pumps with R-410A, communicating models.
Deluxe Spl it Z Communicating heat pump, 18 Seer R410A heat pump units. Goodman 2-stage 18 SEER
heat pumps with R-410A, communicating models. New revisions will have Sanhua (RANCO) reversing
valves.
Deluxe Spl it Z Communicating heat pump, 18 Seer R410A heat pump units. Introduces Goodman 2-stage 18
SEER heat pumps with accumulators and crankcase heaters.
Deluxe Spl it Z Communicating heat pump, 18 Seer R410A heat pump units. N ew revision repl aces existing
compressor ZPS20K4EPFV230 to ZPS20K5EPFV130 & existing compressor ZPS30K4EPFV230 to
ZPS30K5EPFV130.
Deluxe Spl it Z Communicating heat pump, 16 Seer R410A heat pump units. Introduces Ultratech 2.0®
compressor changes.
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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Split System Heat Pumps R410A
Model #
GSZ13**1AA
Goodman Split Z R410A Heat Pump 13 Seer heat pump units. Initial release with Regal Beloit motor.
GSZ13**1AB
GSZ13**3AA
GSZ13**4AA
Goodman Split Z R410A Heat Pump 13 Seer heat pump units. Initial release with Broad Ocean motor.
GSZ130[24 & 30]1AC
Goodman Split Z R410A Heat Pump 13 Seer heat pump units. Introduces new revisions with improved
circuiting for effective defrost.
GSZ130[24 & 36]1BA
Goodman Split Z R410A Heat Pump 13 Seer heat pump units. Initial release of models with 5mm Smart
Coil™.
GSZ130241CA
Goodman Split Z R410A Heat Pump 13 Seer heat pump units. Release of 2 Ton models with a
compressor change from ZP21K5EPFV130 to ZP20K5EPFV130.
GSZ130241CB
Goodman Split Z R410A Heat Pump 13 Seer heat pump units. 2 Ton models changing from the current
four piece louver assembly, to a two piece louver plus a corner post on Goodman and value series 26" and
29" chassis.
GSZ130[18, 42-60]1AC
GSZ130301AD
GSZ130361BB
GSZ130[18,42,48,60]1AD
GSZ130301AE
GSZ130[36,48,60{3,4]AB
GSZ130[48,60{3,4]AB
GSZ130[18,42,48]1AF
GSZ130301AG
GSZ130[36,48]3AD
GSZ130484AC
GSZ130361BC
GSZ130[42 & 48]1AE
GSZ130361BD
Goodman Split Z R410A Heat Pump 13 Seer heat pump units. Introduces models containing crankcase
heater, CCH switch and upgraded defrost control.
Goodman Split Z R410A Heat Pump 13 Seer heat pump units. Relocation of low pressure switch from
liquid line to suction line as a compressor safeguard to prevent low pressure from entering.
Goodman Split Z R410A Heat Pump 13 Seer heat pump units. Changing from the current four piece louver
assembly, to a two piece louver plus a corner post on Goodman and value series 26" and 29" chassis.
Goodman Split Z R410A Heat Pump 13 Seer heat pump units. Release of models with new 6 pole
motor/fan combination.
Goodman Split Z R410A Heat Pump 13 Seer heat pump units. Models with new 6 pole motor/fan
combination. Changing from the current four piece louver assembly, to a two piece louver plus a corner
post on Goodman and value series 26" and 29" chassis.
GSZ130421AF
Goodman Split Z R410A Heat Pump 13 Seer heat pump units. Release of two piece louver plus corner
post on 26" and 29" chassis with compressor changing from ZP36K5EPFV130 to ZP34K5EPFV130.
GSZ130[36 & 48]3AC
Goodman Split Z R410A Heat Pump 13 Seer heat pump units. Release of 3 phase models with new 6
pole motor.
GSZ14**1AA
GSZ130481AG
GSZ130483AE
GSZ130484AD
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Description
Goodman Split Z R410A Heat Pump 14 Seer heat pump units. Initial release of 14 SEER models.
Goodman Split Z R410A Heat Pump 13 Seer heat pump units. Current Ranco reversing valve 0151M00020
replaced by SanHua 0151R00070 reversing valve
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Split System Heat Pumps R410A
Model #
SSZ140**1AA
SSZ140**1AB
SSZ140**1AC
SSZ140181AC
SSZ140241AF
SSZ140301AD
SSZ140361AF
SSZ140421AD
SSZ140[48-60]1AD
SSZ140[18, 30, 42-60]1AE
SSZ140241AH
SSZ14036]1AG
SSZ140[18,30,42-60]1AF
SSZ140241AJ
SSZ160361AH
SSZ140[18 & 30]1AH
SSZ140241AL
SSZ140361BB
SSZ140[18 & 30]1AJ
SSZ140[19,25,31,37]1AC
SSZ140241AM
SSZ140361BC
SSZ140381AB
SSZ140[42-60]1AH
SSZ140241AG
SSZ140[18-60]1AD
Description
Special High Feature Split Z R410A heat pump 14 Seer heat pump units. Initial release of Goodman 14 SEER Heat
Pump R410A.
Special High Feature Split Z R410A heat pump 14 Seer heat pump units. Introduces new revisions have screw
locations moved in the top panel, base pans, louvers, and control box covers.
Special High Feature Split Z R410A heat pump 14 Seer heat pump units. Models contain Broad Ocean motors.
Special High Feature Split Z R410A heat pump 14 Seer heat pump units. Introduces new revisions adding mufflers to
the discharge line.
Special High Feature Split Z R410A heat pump 14 Seer heat pump units. New revisions replace TXV & compensator
with flowrator & accumulator; adds mufflers on SSZ14036`, 421, 481, 601.
Special High Feature Split Z R410A heat pump 14 Seer heat pump units. New revisions will have Sanhua (RANCO)
reversing valves.
Special High Feature Split Z R410A heat pump 14 Seer heat pump units. Introduces models containing an
accumulator, crankcase heater, and upgraded defrost control.
Special High Feature Split Z R410A heat pump 14 Seer heat pump units. Changing from the current four piece louver
assembly, to a two piece louver plus a corner post on Goodman and value series 26" and 29" chassis.
Special High Feature Split Z R410A heat pump 14 Seer heat pump units. Revision made for design improvement.
Special High Feature Split Z R410A heat pump 14 Seer heat pump units. AG revision has the smaller B1227315
reversing valve.
Special High Feature Split Z R410A heat pump 14 Seer heat pump units. Relocation of low pressure switch from
liquid line to suction line as a compressor safeguard to prevent low pressure from entering.
SSZ140361AF
SSZ140421AD
SSZ140[48-60]1AD
Special High Feature Split Z R410A heat pump 14 Seer heat pump units. Initial release of Goodman 14 SEER Heat
Pump R410A, with reduced chassis size from large to medium.
SSZ140381AA
Special High Feature Split Z R410A heat pump 14 Seer heat pump units. 35" chassis with 6-channel flowrator and
ZP29K5 compressor.
SSZ140[18-30]1BA
Special High Feature Split Z R410A heat pump 14 Seer heat pump units. Updating ratings and agency information.
SSZ160**1AA
SSZ160**1AB
SSZ160[24-48]1AC
SSZ160601AD
SSZ160**1AC
Special High Feature Split Z R410A heat pump 16 Seer heat pump units. Initial release of Goodman 16 SEER Heat
Pump R410A.
Special High Feature Split Z R410A heat pump 16 Seer heat pump units. Introduces new revisions have screw
locations moved in the top panel, base pans, louvers, and control box covers.
Special High Feature Split Z R410A heat pump 16 Seer heat pump units. Introduces new revisions adding mufflers to
the discharge line.
Special High Feature Split Z R410A heat pump 16 Seer heat pump units.Introduces models containing the Broad
Ocean motor and added Muffler and standardized TXV, Compensator using the ASZ18 Seer weldment to the
SSZ160601AC.
SSZ160241AF
SSZ160[36, 48]1AD
SSZ160601AE
Special High Feature Split Z R410A heat pump 16 Seer heat pump units.New revisions will have Sanhua (RANCO)
reversing valves.
SSZ160241AG
SSZ160[36-48]1AE
SSZ160601BA
Special High Feature Split Z R410A heat pump 16 Seer heat pump units.Introduces models containing an
accumulator, crankcase heater, and upgraded defrost control.
SSZ160241AH
SSZ160601BB
Special High Feature Split Z R410A heat pump 16 Seer heat pump units. Changing from the current four piece louver
assembly, to a two piece louver plus a corner post on Goodman and value series 26" and 29" chassis.
Special High Feature Split Z R410A heat pump 16 Seer heat pump units. Introduces Ultratech® compressor
changes.
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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Split System Heat Pumps R410A
Model #
VSZ13**1AA
Value Split Z heat pump, 13 Seer R410A heat pump units. Introduces Value Line 13 SEER heat pumps
with R-410A.
VSZ130[24 & 30]1AB
Value Split Z heat pump, 13 Seer R410A heat pump units. Introduces new revisions with improved
circuiting for effective defrost.
VSZ130[24 & 36]1BA
Value Split Z heat pump, 13 Seer R410A heat pump units. Initial release of models with 5mm Smart
Coil™.
VSZ130[18, 42, 48]1AB
VSZ130241BB
VSZ130301AC
VSZ130181AE
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Description
Value Split Z heat pump, 13 Seer R410A heat pump units. Introduces models containing crankcase heater,
CCH switch and upgraded defrost control.
Value Split Z heat pump, 13 Seer R410A heat pump units. Changing from the current four piece louver
assembly, to a two piece louver plus a corner post on Goodman and value series 26" and 29" chassis.
VSZ130[24 & 36]1BC
VSZ130301AE
VSZ130[18, 42 & 48]1AD
Value Split Z heat pump, 13 Seer R410A heat pump units. Release of single phase models with new 6
pole motor.
VSZ130361BD
VSZ130301AF
VSZ130481AE
Value Split Z heat pump, 13 Seer R410A heat pump units. Single phase models with new 6 pole motor.
Changing from the current four piece louver assembly, to a two piece louver plus a corner post on
Goodman and value series 26" and 29" chassis.
VSZ130[18, 42-60]1AC
VSZ130301AD
Value Split Z heat pump, 13 Seer R410A heat pump units. Relocation of low pressure switch from liquid
line to suction line as a compressor safeguard to prevent low pressure from entering.
VSZ130421AF
Value Split Z heat pump, 13 Seer R410 heat pump units. Release of two piece louver plus corner post on
26" and 29" chassis with compressor changing from ZP36K5EPFV130 to ZP34K5EPFV130.
VSZ130241CA
Value Split Z heat pump, 13 Seer R410A heat pump units. Release of 2 Ton models with a compressor
change from ZP21K5EPFV130 to ZP20K5EPFV130.
VSZ130241CB
Value Split Z heat pump, 13 Seer R410A heat pump units. 2 Ton models changing from the current four
piece louver assembly, to a two piece louver plus a corner post on Goodman and value series 26" and 29"
chassis.
VSZ130181AF
VSZ130241BD
VSZ130301AG
Value Split Z heat pump, 13 Seer R410A heat pump units. Current reversing valve change from Dunan to
new SanHua reversing valve
VSZ130481AF
Value Split Z heat pump, 13 Seer R410A heat pump units. Current Ranco reversing valve 0151M00020
replaced by SanHua 0151R00070 reversing valve
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Split System Air Conditioners R410A
Model #
Description
GSX130**1AA
Goodman Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. Introduction of Goodman 13 SEER R410A Condensers with Regal Beloit motors
GSX13061[1/3/4]AA
Goodman Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. Introduction of Goodman 13 SEER R410A Condensers that supplement our current 5 ton models.
GSX130363AB
Goodman Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. Condensers that supplement
Goodman's current 5 ton models changing from the current four piece louver assembly, to a two
piece louver plus a corner post on Goodman and value series 26" and 29" chassis.
GSX130**1AB
Goodman Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. Introduction of Goodman 13 SEER R410A Condensers with Broad Ocean motors.
GSX130[42 & 48]1BB
GSX130[42 & 48]1BC
Goodman Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. Release of models with new 6 pole
motor/fan combination.
Goodman Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. Changing from the current four piece
louver assembly, to a two piece louver plus a corner post on Goodman and value series 26" and
29" chassis.
GSX130483AB
Goodman Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. Release of 3 phase model with new 6
pole motor.
GSX130483AC
Goodman Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. 3 phase model changing from the
current four piece louver assembly, to a two piece louver plus a corner post on Goodman and
value series 26" and 29" chassis.
GSX130181EA
GSX130181EB
Goodman Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. Introduction of 1.5 ton condenser with
Rechi Compressor.
GSX130**1BA
GSX130**3AA
GSX130**4AA
Goodman Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. Introduction of Goodman 13 SEER R410A Condensers, using SmartCoil® coils. Units will have new louvers because units are
smaller. Piston size change. Other components unchanged.
GSX130484AB
GSX130601BB
GSX130603AB
GSX130604AB
Goodman Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. Introduction of Goodman 13 SEER R410A Condensers, changing from the current four piece louver assembly, to a two piece louver
plus a corner post on Goodman and value series 26" and 29" chassis.
GSX130301BB
Goodman Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. 13 SEER R-410A Condensers:
replacing the fan motor to -294 and fan blade to -18 on GSX130301BA models.
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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Split System Air Conditioners R410A
Model #
GSX130301BC
Goodman Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. 13 SEER R-410A Condensers:
changing from the current four piece louver assembly, to a two piece louver plus a corner post
on Goodman and value series 26" and 29" chassis.
GSX130181CA
Goodman Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. Introduction of Goodman 1.5 ton 13
SEER R-410A Condensers with rotary compressor.
GSX130361CA
Goodman Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. 13 SEER R-410A Condensers:
replacing current compressor with compressor ZP29K5EPFV130.
GSX130[18-36]1DA
Goodman Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. Introduction of Goodman 1.5 ton 13
SEER R-410A Condensers conversion to 23" chassis for the 1.5 - 3 ton models.
GSX130181ED
Goodman Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. Introduction of Rev ED. This involves
changing from 4 leg Rechi Compressor 50N382XV-ZAKM to 3 Leg Rechi Compressor
50N382XV-5AKM and change in Suction line Assy from 0210R01608 to 0210R01406. This
minor rev change also would include revising quantity of both Grommet (60140209) & Screw
(0163M00186) from 4 pcs to 3pcs.
GSX13031DB
Goodman Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. Introduction of Goodman 2.5 ton units
with improved coil circuit assembly for greater capacity/efficiency and the creation of a new
discharge tubing assembly.
GSX130361EA
Goodman Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. Introduction of Goodman 3 ton
conversion from 29" chassis to 26".
GSX130361EB
Goodman Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. Changing from the current four piece
louver assembly, to a two piece louver plus a corner post on Goodman and value series 26" and
29" chassis.
GSX130371AA
GSX14**1AA
GSX140[18-19]1KA
GSX140[24-25]1KA
GSX140[30-31]1KA
GSX140[36-37]1KA
GSX140[42, 48, 60]1KA
GSX150[18-60]AA
Goodman Split X condensing units, 13 Seer R410A condensing units. Introduction of 2.5 13
SEER Condensers with improved decibel ratings for Canadian market.
Goodman Split X 14 Seer Condensing units. Introduction of Goodman 14 SEER R-410A
models.
Goodman Split X 14 Seer Condensing units. Introducing the Goodman 14 SEER standard
condenser 5mm architecture with updated scroll compressors.
Goodman Split X 15 Seer Condensing units. Initial release of models with coil and TVX.
Replacing the current ASX/SSX14 lineup.
GSX160**1FA
Goodman Split X 16 Seer Condensing units. Initial release of the Goodman 15 SEER AC
R410A Condensers.
GSX160611FA
Goodman Split X 16 Seer Condensing units. Set up of new high capacity 5 ton models that will
supplement the current GSX160601 models.
GSX160[18-61]1FB
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Description
Goodman Split X 16 Seer Condensing units. Minor revision for GSX16s to include ball valves
0151R00045 and 0151R00046.
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Split System Air Conditioners R410A
Model #
Description
SSX140**1AA
Special High Feature Split X Condenser 14 Seer condensing units. Initial release of Goodman
14 SEER AC 410A.
SSX140**1AB
Special High Feature Split X Condenser 14 Seer condensing units. Revisions have screw
locations moved in the top panel, base pans, louvers, and control box covers.
SSX14018, 241AC
Special High Feature Split X Condenser 14 Seer condensing units. Revised condenser coils by
removing [1] haripin.
SSX140301AC
Special High Feature Split X Condenser 14 Seer condensing units. Model contains the Broad
Ocean motor 0131M00060
SSX14036-601AC
Special High Feature Split X Condenser 14 Seer condensing units. Models contain the Broad
Ocean motor 0131M00061
SSX140421AD
Special High Feature Split X Condenser 14 Seer condensing units. Introduces SSX140421A in
29" base pan
SSX140[18-24]1BA
SSX140[30-36]1BA
SSX140421CA
Special High Feature Split X Condenser 14 Seer condensing units. Converts 1.5 - 3.5 ton
condenser coil tubes from 3/8" tube diameter to 5mm tube diameter.
SSX140[18-36]1BC
SSX140421CC
Special High Feature Split X Condenser 14 Seer condensing units. Changing from the current
four piece louver assembly, to a two piece louver plus a corner post on Goodman and value
series 26" and 29" chassis.
SSX140[18-36]1BD
SSX140421CD
SSX140481BB
SSX140601AG
Special High Feature Split X Condenser 14 Seer condensing units. Revision made for design
improvement.
SSX140421BA
Special High Feature Split X Condenser 14 Seer condensing units. Revision for SSZ140421B*
in 29 base pan and it will the reduce the unit charge from 180 oz. to 170 oz. and replace the 1/4
hp outdoor unit motor with 1/6 hp motor.
SSX14030-421AE
Special High Feature Split X Condenser 14 Seer condensing units. Revised condenser coils by
removing [1] haripin.
SSX140[18-48]1BA
SSX14042-481CA
Special High Feature Split X Condenser 14 Seer condensing units. Introduction of Goodman 14
SEER R-410A Condensers, using SmartCoil® Coils.
SSX140[18-36]1BB
SSX140421CB
SSX140601AF
Special High Feature Split X Condenser 14 Seer condensing units. Relocation of low pressure
switch from liquid line to suction line as a compressor safeguard to prevent low pressure from
entering.
SSX160**1AA
Special High Feature Split X Condenser 16 Seer condensing units. Introduces Goodman 16
SEER AC 410A
SSX160**1AB
Special High Feature Split X Condenser 16 Seer condensing units. New revisions have screw
locations moved in the top panel, base pans, louvers, and control box covers.
SSX160**1AB
SSX160591AA
Special High Feature Split X Condenser 16 Seer condensing units. New revisions have screw
locations moved in the top panel, base pans, louvers, and control box covers.
SSX160[24, 36, 48]1BA
SSX160[30 & 42]1AA
SSX160[24 & 36]1BC
SSX160[30 & 42]1AB
Special High Feature Split X Condenser 16 Seer condensing units. New revisions have
SmartCoil® coils.
Special High Feature Split X Condenser 16 Seer condensing units. Changing from the current
four piece louver assembly, to a two piece louver plus a corner post on Goodman and value
series 26" and 29" chassis.
SSX160601BA
Special High Feature Split X Condenser 16 Seer condensing units. New "BA" revision models
use ZPS49K compressor.
SSX160[24,36,60]1BB
Special High Feature Split X Condenser 16 Seer condensing units. Relocation of low pressure
switch from liquid line to suction line as a compressor safeguard to prevent low pressure from
entering.
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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Split System Air Conditioners R410A
Model #
Description
DSX160**1AA
Deluxe Split X Condenser 16 Seer condensing units. Introduces Goodman 2-stage, 16
SEER condensing units with R-410A.
DSX160[24 & 36]1BA
DSX160241BC
Deluxe Split X Condenser 16 Seer condensing units. Goodman 2-stage, 16 SEER
condensing units with R-410A. Introduces Ultratech® 2.0 compressor changes.
DSX180**1AA
Deluxe Split X Condenser 18 Seer condensing units. Introduces Goodman 2-stage, 18
SEER condensing units with R-410A.
DSXC16**1AA
Deluxe Split X Communicating condensing units, 16 Seer R410A heat pump units.
Introduces Goodman 2-stage 16 SEER condensing units with R-410A, communicating
models.
DSXC160[24, 36]1AB
Deluxe Split X Communicating condensing units, 16 Seer R410A heat pump units.
New revision updates wiring diagram with notes.
DSXC160[24, 36]1AC
Deluxe Split X Communicating condensing units, 16 Seer R410A heat pump units.
Introduces Ultratech® 2.0 compressor changes.
DSXC160481BA
Deluxe Split X Condenser 16 Seer condensing units. Goodman 2-stage, 16 SEER
condensing units with R-410A, using SmartCoil® coils.
DSXC160601BA
DSXC160[48-60]1BB
DSXC160[48-60]1BC
DSXC18**1AA
DSXC180[36, 48, 60]AB
DSXC18036AC
DSXC180[48-60]AC
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Deluxe Split X Condenser 16 Seer condensing units. Goodman 2-stage, 16 SEER
condensing units with R-410A. Conversion of 2 & 3 ton models to SmartCoil® Coils.
Deluxe Split X Communicating condensing units, 16 Seer R410A heat pump units.
Introduces Goodman 2-stage 16 SEER condensing units with R-410A, communicating
models. New "BA" revison models use ZPS49K compressor.
Deluxe Split X Communicating condensing units, 16 Seer R410A heat pump units.
Introduces Goodman 2-stage 16 SEER condensing units with R-410A, communicating
models. Changes motor to Nidec.
Deluxe Split X Communicating condensing units, 16 Seer R410A heat pump units.
Introduces Goodman 2-stage 16 SEER condensing units with R-410A, communicating
models. Introduces Ultratech 2.0 compressor.
Deluxe Split X Communicating condensing units, 18 Seer R410A condensing units.
Introduces Goodman 2-stage 18 SEER condensing units with R-410A, communicating
models.
Deluxe Split X Communicating condensing units, 18 Seer R410A condensing units.
New revision updates wiring diagram with notes.
Deluxe Split X Communicating condensing units, 18 Seer R410A condensing units.
New revision replaces existing compressor ZPS20K4EPFV230 to ZPS20K5EPFV130
& existing compressor ZPS30K4EPFV230 to ZPS30K5EPFV130.
Deluxe Split X Communicating condensing units, 18 Seer R410A condensing units.
Introduces Ultratech 2.0.
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Split System Air C on ditio ners R 410A
M ode l #
V SX130[18-48]1AA
De scription
V alue Split X c ondens ing units , 13 S eer R410A c ondensing units . Introduc es V alue
Line 13 S E ER c ondens ing units with R-410A .
V SX130611AA
V alue Split X c ondens ing units , 13 S eer R410A c ondensing units . Supplem ents the 5
ton m odel G SX130611 to enhanc e perform anc e.
V SX130301AB
V alue Split X c ondens ing units , 13 S eer R410A c ondensing units : replacing the fan
m otor to -294 and fan blade to -18 on the V SX130301AA .
V SX130301AC
V alue Split X c ondens ing units , 13 S eer R410A c ondensing units : c hanging from the
c urrent four piec e louver as s em bly , to a two piec e louver plus a corner pos t on
G oodm an and value s eries 26" and 29" c has s is .
V SX130[42-48]1AB
V alue Split X c ondens ing units , 13 S eer R410A c ondensing units : replacing
with 6-pole m otor and Copeland c om pres s or.
V SX130[42-48]1AC
V alue Split X c ondens ing units , 13 S eer R410A c ondensing units : c hanging from the
c urrent four piec e louver as s em bly , to a two piec e louver plus a corner pos t on
G oodm an and value s eries 26" and 29" c has s is .
V SX130181BA
V alue Split X c ondens ing units , 13 S eer R410A c ondensing units . Introduc es V alue
Line 13 S E ER 1.5 ton c ondens ing units with R-410A, with rotary c om pres s ors
V SX130181EA
V SX130181EB
V alue Split X c ondens ing units , 13 S eer R410A c ondensing units . Introduc tion of 1.5
ton c ondens er with Rec hi Com pres s or.
V SX130181ED
V SX130241BA
V alue Split X c ondens ing units , 13 S eer R410A c ondensing units . Introduc tion of Rev
E D. This involves c hanging from 4 leg Rechi Com pres s or 50N382XV -ZA KM to 3 Leg
Rec hi Com pres s or 50N382XV-5AK M and c hange in Suc tion line As s y from
0210R01608 to 0210R01406. This m inor rev c hange als o would inc lude revis ing
quantity of both G rom m et (60140209) & S c rew (0163M 00186) from 4pc s to 3pc s .
V alue Split X c ondens ing units , 13 S eer R410A c ondensing units . Introduc es V alue
Line 13 S E ER 2.0 ton c ondens ing units with R-410A, with alum inum c oils , alum inum
m anifolds w/ex is ting s c roll c om pres s or.
V SX130361BA
V alue Split X c ondens inb units 13 S eer R410A c ondens ing units . 13 SE E R R-410A
Condens ers : replac ing c urrent c om pres s or with c om pres s or ZP 29K5E P FV 130.
V SX130361EB
V alue Split X c ondens inb units 13 S eer R410A c ondens ing units . 13 SE E R R-410A
Condens ers : c hanging from the c urrent four piec e louver as s em bly , to a two piec e
louver plus a c orner pos t on Goodm an and value series 26" and 29" c hass is .
V SX130601BA
V alue Split X c ondens ing units , 13 S eer R410A c ondensing units . Introduc es V alue
Line 13 S E ER c ondens ing units with R-410A , us ing S m artCoil® c oils .
V SX130601BB
V alue Split X c ondens ing units , 13 S eer R410A c ondensing units . Changing from the
c urrent four piec e louver as s em bly , to a two piec e louver plus a corner pos t on
G oodm an and value s eries 26" and 29" c has s is .
V SX130421BA
V SX130481BA
V alue Split X c ondens ing units , 13 S eer R410A c ondensing units . Introduc tion of Value
Line 3.5 and 4 ton 13 S EE R c ondens ing units with rec iproc ating c om pres s or.
V SX130[18-36]1DA
V alue Split X c ondens ing units , 13 S eer R410A c ondensing units . Introduc tion of Value
Line 3.5 and 4 ton 13 S EE R Condens ers c onvers ion to 23" c has s is for the 1.5 - 3 ton
m odels .
V SX130301DB
V alue Split X c ondens ing units , 13 S eer R410A c ondensing units . Introduc tion of Value
Line 2.5 13 S EE R Condens ers with im proved c oil c irc uit as sem bly for greater
c apac ity /effic ienc y and the c reation of a new dis c harge tubing ass em bly .
V SX130301EA
V SX130241EA
V alue Split X c ondens ing units , 13 S eer R410A c ondensing units . Introduc tion of Value
Line 3 Ton 13 S EE R Condens ers releas e of 3 ton m odels c onverting from 29" c has s is
to 26" c has s is .
V alue Split X c ondens ing units , 13 S eer R410A c ondensing units . Introduc tion of Value
Line 2.0 Ton 13 S EE R Condens ers with Rec hi Com pres s or, c onverting 23" c has s is to
26" c has s is
V SX130371AA
V alue Split X c ondens ing units , 13 S eer R410A c ondensing units . Introduc tion of Value
Line 2.5 13 S EE R Condens ers with im proved dec ibel ratings for Canadian m ark et.
V SX130241EB
V alue Split X c ondens ing units , 13 S eer R410A c ondensing units . Change m ade due
to all 3 c om pres s or wires y ellow, red and blac k c hanging from 40" to 45".
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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Split System Air Conditioners R 410A
Mode l #
VSX140[18-19]1AA
VSX140[24-25]1AA
VSX140[30-31]1AA
VSX140[36-37]1AA
VSX140[42, 48, 60]1AA
De scription
Value Split X condensing units, 14 Seer R410A condensing units. Introducing the 14
SEER standard condenser 5mm architecture with updated scroll compressors.
Split System Air C onditioners R410A
Model #
Description
A NX130[18-24]1A A
Amana® Brand Split S ystem Bas e Condenser. 13 S eer R-410A c ondensing unit. Launch of
theTier 1.5T & 2.0T models. To be launc hed with 26" chasis to accommodate horizontal s tyle
louvers.
A NX130[30-61]1A A
Amana® Brand Split S ystem Bas e Condenser. 13 S eer R-410A c ondensing unit.
Split System Air Conditioners R410A
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Model #
Description
ANX140[18-60]1AA
Amana® Brand Split System Base Condenser. 14 Seer R-410A condensing unit. Introducing the
®
Amana Brand 14 SEER standard condenser 5mm architecture with updated scroll
compressors.
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Split System Air Conditioners R410A
Model #
Description
ASX130**1AA
Amana® Brand Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. Initial release new models of
Amana® Brand Deluxe 13 SEER AC R410A conditioners.
ASX130611AA
Amana® Brand Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. Introduction of Amana® brand 13
SEER R-410A Condensers that supplement our current 5 ton models.
ASX130**1BA
Amana® Brand Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. Introduction of Amana® Brand 13
SEER R-410A Condensers, using SmartCoil® coils. Units will have new louvers since units are
smaller. Piston size change; other components unchanged.
ASX130**1CB
Amana® Brand Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. Relocation of low pressure switch
from liquid line to suction line as a compressor safeguard to prevent low pressure from entering.
ASX130181DA
ASX140181DA
Amana® Brand Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. Initial release of models going
from 2-speed fan to new 266 fan motor; removal of low pressure switch.
ASX130181DB
ASX130[24-48]1CD
ASX130601CC
Amana® Brand Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. Changes include adding low
pressure switch 013M00082, updating wiring diagram.
ASX130[24-48]1CC
ASX130601CB
Amana® Brand Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. Initial release of models using
single speed PSC motors; removal of low pressure switch and low ambient temperature switch
and relay.
ASX130361DA
ASX140**1AA
Amana® Brand Split X Condenser 13 Seer condensing units. Release of 3 ton models
converting from 29" chassis to 26" chassis.
Amana® Brand Split X Condenser 14 Seer condensing units. Initial release new models of
Amana® Brand Deluxe 14 SEER AC R410A conditioners.
ASX140**1AB
Amana® Brand Split X Condenser 14 Seer condensing units. New revisions have screw
locations moved in the top panel, base pans, louvers, and control box covers.
ASX140**1AC
Amana® Brand Split X Condenser 14 Seer condensing units. The new revisions have horizontal
style louvers.
ASX14018-361AD
ASX140421AD
Amana® Brand Split X Condenser 14 Seer condensing units. Revised condenser coils by
removing (1) hairpin.Reduce R410A quantity by 6 ounces
Amana® Brand Split X Condenser 14 Seer condensing units. Introduces ASX140421A in 29"
base pan
ASX14018-361BA
ASX140[42-48]1CA
Amana® Brand Split Condenser 14 Seer condensing units. Converts 1.5 - 3.5 ton condenser coil
tubes from 3/8" tube diameter to 5mm tube diameter.
ASX140[18-30]1BA
ASX140[42-48]1CA
Amana® Brand Split X Condenser 14 Seer condensing units. Introduction of Amana® Brand 14
SEER R-410A Condensers, using SmartCoil® coils..
ASX140[18-36]1CB
ASX140421DB
ASX140601BB
Amana® Brand Split X Condenser 14 Seer condensing units. Relocation of low pressure switch
from liquid line to suction line as a compressor safeguard to prevent low pressure from entering.
ASX140[24-36]1CC
ASX140421DC
ASX140481CB
ASX140601BC
ASX140181DB
ASX140[24-36]1CD
ASX140421DD
ASX140481CC
ASX140601BD
Amana® Brand Split X Condenser 14 Seer condensing units. Initial release of models using
single speed PSC motors; removal of low pressure switch and low ambient temperature switch
and relay.
ASX150[18-60]AA
ASX140181DD
ASX140[24-36]1CE
ASX140421DE
ASX140481CE
ASX140601BE
ASX140[18-19]1KA
ASX140[24-25]1KA
ASX140[30-31]1KA
ASX140[36-37]1KA
ASX140[42, 48, 60]1KA
Amana® Brand Split X Condenser 14 Seer condensing units. Revision adds low pressure switch
into models.
Amana® Brand Split X Condenser 15 Seer condensing units. Initial release of models with coil
and TVX. Replacing the current ASX/SSX14 lineup.
Amana® Brand Split X Condenser 14 Seer condensing units. Revision made for design
improvement.
Amana® Brand Split X Condenser 14 Seer condensing units. Introducing the Amana® Brand
14 SEER standard condenser 5mm architecture with updated scroll compressors.
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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Split System Air Conditioners R410A
Model #
ASX160**1AB
ASX160**1AC
ASX160**1FA
ASX160611FA
ASX160[24-60]1BA
ASX160[24 & 36]1CA
ASX180**1AB
Description
Amana® Brand Split X Condenser 16 Seer condensing units. New revisions have screw locations
moved in the top panel, base pans , louvers, and control box covers.
Amana® Brand Split X Condenser 16 Seer condensing units. The new revisions have horizontal
style louvers.
Amana® Brand Split X Condenser 16 Seer condensing units. The new revision has single speed
outdoor fan.
Amana® Brand Split X Condenser 16 Seer condensing units. Set up of new high capacity 5 ton
models that will supplement the current ASX160601 models.
Amana® Brand Split X Condenser 16 Seer condensing units.New revision updates wiring diagram
with notes.
Amana® Brand Split X Condenser 16 Seer condensing units. Introduction of 16 SEER R-410A
Condensers. Conversion of 2 & 3 ton models to SmartCoil® coils .
Amana® Brand Split X Condenser 18 Seer condensing units. Initial release new models of
Amana® Brand Deluxe 16 SEER AC R410A conditioners.
Split System Air Conditioners R410A
Model #
Description
®
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ASXC160**1AA
Amana brand Split X Communicating condensing units, 16 Seer R410A. Introduces Amana®
brand 2-stage 16 SEER condensing units with R-410A, communicating models.
ASXC160601BA
Amana® brand Split X Communicating condensing units, 16 Seer R410A heat pump units.
Introduces Amana® brand 2-stage 16 SEER condensing units with R-410A, communicating
models. New "BA" revisions use ZPS49 compressor.
ASXC160481BA
Amana® brand Split X Communicating condensing units, 16 Seer R410A condensing units.
Introduction of Amana® brand 16 SEER condensing units with R-410A. New revisions have
SmartCoil® coils
ASXC160[24, 36]1BB
Amana® brand Split X Communicating condensing units, 16 Seer R410A condensing units.
New revision updates wiring diagram with notes.
ASXC160[48-60]1BB
Amana® brand Split X Communicating condensing units, 16 Seer R410A condensing units.
Changes motor to Nidec.
ASXC160[24, 36]1BC
ASXC160[48-60]1BC
Amana® brand Split X Communicating condensing units, 16 Seer R410A condensing units.
Introduces Ultratech® 2.0 compressor changes.
ASXC18**1AA
Amana® brand Split X Communicating condensing units, 18 Seer R410A condensing units.
Introduces Amana® brand 2-stage 16 SEER condensing units with R-410A, communicating
models.
ASXC180[36, 48, 60]1AB
Amana® brand Split X Communicating condensing units, 18 Seer R410A condensing units.
New revision updates wiring diagram with notes.
ASXC180361AC
ASXC180[48-60]1AC
Amana® brand Split X Communicating condensing units, 18 Seer R410A condensing units.
New revision replaces existing compressor ZPS20K4EPFV230 to ZPS20K5EPFV130 & existing
compressor ZPS30K4EPFV230 to ZPS30K5EPFV130.
ASXC180[48-60]1AC
Amana® brand Split X Communicating condensing units, 18 Seer R410A condensing units.
Introduces Ultratech® 2.0 compressor changes.
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Single Piece Air Handlers
Model #
Description
ACNF****1AA
A Single Piece Air Handler Ceiling Mount N Uncased Flowrater. Revision release all models
of 13 SEER Dayton uncased air handlers.
ACNF****16AA
A Single Piece Air Handler Ceiling Mount N Uncased Flowrater. Revision release all models
of 13 SEER Dayton uncased air handlers.All Models will be suitable for use w/R-22
& R-410A
ACNF****1AB
A Single Piece Air Handler Ceiling Mount N Uncased Flowrater. Drain pan material change.
ACNF****1BA
A Single Piece Air Handler Ceiling Mount N Uncased Flowrater. Revision replaces current
wavey fin design with new louvered fin design
ACNF****16DA
A Single Piece Air Handler Ceiling Mount N Uncased Flowrater. Conversion of existing
copper coils, manifolds, hairpins, flowrators, 90° flowrator stub to aluminum. Conversion of
copper 3/8" return bends to aluminum 5/16" return bends. All Models will be s
ADPF****16AA
A Single Piece Downflow PSC Motor Unpainted Flowrater. Introduction of new 13 SEER Air
Handler Models. All Models will be suitable for use with R-22 and R-410A.
ADPF364216AB
A Single Piece Downflow PSC Motor Unpainted Flowrater. Revision replaces the current
spot welded blower housing with the same cinched or crimped design used on the 80%
furnace line.
ADPF486016AB
A Single Piece Downflow PSC Motor Unpainted Flowrater. Revision replaces the current
spot welded blower housing with the same cinched or crimped design used on the 80%
furnace line.
ADPF304216AC
A Single Piece Downflow PSC Motor Unpainted Flowrater. Revision replaces the current
spot welded blower housing with the same cinched or crimped design used on the 80%
furnace line.
ADPF****1BA
A Single Piece Downflow PSC Motor Unpainted Flowrater Revision replaces all ARPFcoils
using wavy fin with louver enhanced fin.
ADPF182416CA
ADPF486016CA
A Single Piece Downflow PSC Motor Unpainted Flowrater. Revision replaces existing air
handler copper coils and other associated parts with aluminum components.
AEPF****16AA
A Single Piece E Multi-Position Variable-Speed Painted Flowrator. Introducation of new 13
SEER Air Handler Models. All Models will be suitable for use with R-22 and R-410A
AEPF****16BA
A Single Piece E Multi-Position Variable-Speed Painted Flowrator. Revision introduces new
models adding lower kw hit kits on the S&R plate
AEPF****16BB
A Single Piece E Multi-Position Variable-Speed Painted Flowrator. Revision replaces the
current spot welded blower housing with the same cinched or crimped design used on the
80% furnace line.
AEPF****16CA
A Single Piece E Multi-Position Variable-Speed Painted Flowrator. Revision replaces all
ARPFcoils using wavy fin with louver enhanced fin.
AEPF****1BA
A Single Piece E Multi-Position Variable-Speed Painted Flowrator Introduction
of R-22 Only Air Handlers.
AEPF313716AA
ASPF313716AA
A Single Piece E Multi-Position Variable-Speed Painted Flowrator (AEPF) and A Single
Piece S Multi-Position EEM motor Painted Flowrator (ASPF). Introduction of 3-Ton Air
Handler units with 3-row coil.
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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Single Piece Air Handlers
Model #
ARUF172916AA
A24-00-2RCA
A Single Piece R Multi-Position PSC Motor Unpainted Flowrater Introduction of new Air
Handler Models with all aluminum evaporator coils. Conversion includes coils, manifold,
hairpin, flowrators, 3/8" return bend to 5/16" aluminum return bends.
ARUF****16AA
A Single Piece R Multi-Position PSC Motor Unpainted Flowrater Introduction of new 13
SEER Air Handler Models. All Models will be suitable for use with R-22 and R-410A
ARUF364216AB
A Single Piece R Multi-Position PSC Motor Unpainted Flowrater.Revision replaces the
current spot welded blower housing with the same cinched or crimped design used on the
80% furnace line.
ARUF486016AB
A Single Piece R Multi-Position PSC Motor Unpainted Flowrater.Revision replaces the
current spot welded blower housing with the same cinched or crimped design used on the
80% furnace line.
ARUF364216AC
A Single Piece R Multi-Position PSC Motor Unpainted Flowrater.Revision replaces the
current spot welded blower housing with the same cinched or crimped design used on the
80% furnace line.
ARUF****16BA
A Single Piece R Multi-Position PSC Motor Unpainted Flowrater. Revision replaces all
ARUFcoils using wavy fin with louver enhanced fin.
ARUF****1BA
A Single Piece R Multi-Position PSC Motor Unpainted Flowrater Introducation of R-22 Only
Air Handlers.
ARUF****16CA
A Single Piece R Multi-Position PSC Motor Unpainted Flowrater. Revision replaces
existing air handler copper coils and other associated parts with aluminum components.
ARUF***14AA
A Single Piece R Multi-Position PSC Motor Unpainted Flowrator, R-410A only. Initial
release of the redesigned air handlers.
ARUF***14AA
ARUF***14AB
A Single Piece R Multi-Position PSC Motor Unpainted Flowrator, R-410A only. Initial
release of the redesigned air handlers manufactured at the Houston furnace facility.
ARUF18B14AB
ARUF24B14BA
ARUF36C14BA
ARUF42C14AB
A Single Piece R Multi-Position PSC Motor Unpainted Flowrator, R-410A only. 2 & 3 ton
coil replacement. 2 ton replaced w/3 row/16" tall; 3 ton replaced with 18" tall coil. 3.5 ton
model blower motor changes from 10X8 to 10X10.
ARUF24B14BB
A Single Piece R Multi-Position PSC Motor Unpainted Flowrator, R-410A only. Changing 16
Tall, 3 Row, 6 Cir Coil Assembly to 14 Tall, 3 Row , 6 Cir Coil Assembly.
ARUF24B14CA
A Single Piece R Multi-Position PSC Motor Unpainted Flowrator, R-410A only. Release
ARUF24B14 CA model to meet AHRI requirements
ARUF30C14BA
A Single Piece R Multi-Position PSC Motor Unpainted Flowrator, R-410A only. Converts the
existing ARUF30B, 17.5 inch wide models to an ARUF30C, 21 inch wide model.
ARUF36C14BB
ARUF42C14AC
A Single Piece R Multi-Position PSC Motor Unpainted Flowrator, R-410A only. The
aluminum models changes the RBs, COs, and coil slabs to 9mm braze joints.
ARUF36C14BC
ARUF30B14AC
ARUF30C14BB
ARUF42C14AD
ARUF[48-60]D14AC
A Single Piece R Multi-Position PSC Motor Unpainted Flowrator, R-410A only. Revisions
are made due to changes made on serial plate.
ARPF364216AB
A Single Piece R Multi-Position PSC Motor Painted Flowrater. Revision replaces the
current spot welded blower housing with the same cinched or crimped design used on the
80% furnace line.
ARPF486016AB
A Single Piece R Multi-Position PSC Motor Painted Flowrater. Revision replaces the
current spot welded blower housing with the same cinched or crimped design used on the
80% furnace line.
ARPF****16BA
ARPF****1BA
A Single Piece R Multi-Position PSC Motor Painted Flowrater. Revision replaces all
ARPFcoils using wavy fin with louver enhanced fin.
A Single Piece R Multi-Position PSC Motor Painted Flowrater. Introducation of R-22 Only
Air Handlers.
ARPF****16CA
A Single Piece R Multi-Position PSC Motor Painted Flowrater. Revision replaces existing
air handler copper coils and other associated parts with aluminum components.
ARPT***14AA
A Single Piece R Multi-Position PSC Motor Painted Flowrator, TXV, R-410A only. Initial
release of the new air handlers.
ARPT***14AB
A Single Piece R Multi-Position PSC Motor Painted Flowrator, TXV, R-410A only. Initial
release of the air handlers manufactured at the Houston furnace facility.
ARPT[18-36]B14AC
ARPT[36-60]D14AC
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Description
A Single Piece R Multi-Position PSC Motor Painted Flowrator, TXV, R-410A only.
Revisions are made due to changes made on serial plate.
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Sing le Pie ce Air H an d lers
M o de l #
De scription
A S P F****16A A
A S ingle P iece S M ulti-P os ition E E M m otor P ainted F lowrator. Introduces new A S P F A ir
Handlers
A S P F****16B A
A S ingle P iece S M ulti-P os ition E E M m otor P ainted F lowrator. Revis ion introduces m odified
A S P F control sc hem e, to ens ure blower operation during and after call for heat on units with
heat k its and replac ing wavy fin with louver enhanced fin on coil
A S P F****16CA
A S ingle P iece S M ulti-P os ition E E M m otor P ainted F lowrator. Revis ion replac es ex is ting
air handler copper c oils and other ass oc iated parts with alum inum c om ponents.
A S P F****16DA
A S ingle P iece S M ulti-P os ition E E M m otor P ainted F lowrator. Revis ion introduces and
replac es Regal-B eliot X-13 m otor with E m erson S elecTec h m otor.
A S P F****16E A
A S ingle P iece S M ulti-P os ition E E M m otor P ainted F lowrator. Revis ion replac es ex is ting
air handler copper c oils and other ass oc iated parts with alum inum c om ponents and
replac es Regal-B eliot X-13 m otor with E m erson S elecTec h m otor.
A S P T[24/36/48/60]*14
A S ingle P iece S M ulti-P os ition E E M m otor P ainted tx v. Revision introduces new
generation A S P T air handlers.
A S P T36C14A B
A S P T[48/60]D14A B
A S P T48D14A C
A S ingle P iece S M ulti-P os ition E E M m otor P ainted tx v. Revision updates 9m m return bend
c oil c hanges to the new generation of A S P T air handlers . These revisions c over the
A S P T36C, A S P T48D, and A S P T60D m odels.
A S P T24B 14A C
A S P T30C14A B
A S P T36C14A C
A S ingle P iece S M ulti-P os ition E E M m otor P ainted tx v. P rogram m ed B road O c ean M otor.
This revis ion will allow the supplier to program the m otor ins tead of furnace plant, thus
elim inating any program m ing installing iss ues. The program m ed label will be provided by
s upplier.
A S P T[42-48]C14A A
A S ingle P iece S M ulti-P os ition E E M m otor P ainted tx v. Introduction with 2+ 2c oil s lab
ass y. Thes e m odels are required to m eet higher tonnage ratings in Cabinet.
A S P T42D14A B
A S P T48D14A D
A S P T60D14A C
A S ingle P iece S M ulti-P os ition E E M m otor P ainted tx v. Nidec P re-program m ed M otor. This
revis ion will allow the Nidec m otor to be program m ed by the s upplier ins tead of
program m ing at the furnace plant, thus elim inating any program m ing ins talling iss ues.
A S UF 29B 14A A
A S UF 39C14A A
A S ingle P iece A ir Handler S E nergy E ffic ient M otor Unpainted Flowrator. Releas es
A S UF29B 14 and A S UF39C14 to add to the m idd efficiency ranges that the produc t line
offers . Incorporates the s m art fram e chas is with E E M (X-13) sty le m otors and pis ton ty pe
flowrators .
A S UF 49C14A A
A S UF 59D14A A
A S ingle P iece A ir Handler S E nergy E ffic ient M otor Unpainted Flowrator. Introduces a
m id-range efficiency air handler with X-13 m otor & fix ed orifice flowrator.
A S UF 49C14A B
A S UF 59D14A B
A S ingle P iece A ir Handler S E nergy E ffic ient M otor Unpainted Flowrator. Revision updates
the 9m m return bends in the coil tubing ass em bly on the A S UF air handlers. These
revis ions cover the A S UF49C14 and A S UF 59D14.
A S UF 59D14A C
A S ingle P iece A ir Handler S E nergy E ffic ient M otor Unpainted Flowrator. This revis ion
c reates a four row, pis ton, 9 m m return bend coil, which will c reate a new S & R plates and
Travel label. It will also reduce poron gask et qty (pt # 0154A 00005) from 10 ft to 7 ft s im ilar
to all other D chas sis air handlers .
A S UF 59D14A D
A S ingle P iece A ir Handler S E nergy E ffic ient M otor Unpainted Flowrator. Nidec P reprogram m ed M otor. This revis ion will allow the Nidec m otor to be program m ed by the
s upplier instead of program m ing at the furnac e plant, thus elim inating any program m ing
ins talling iss ues.
A S UF 29B 14A B
A S UF 39C14A B
A S UF 49C14A C
A S ingle P iece A ir Handler S E nergy E ffic ient M otor Unpainted Flowrator. P rogram m ed
B road O c ean M otor. This revis ion will allow the supplier to program the m otor instead of
furnac e plant, thus elim inating any program m ing ins talling iss ues. The program m ed label
will be provided by s upplier.
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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Single Piece Air Handlers
Model #
22
Description
AVPTC183014AA
AVPTC313714AA
AVPTC426014AA
A Single Piece V Multi-Position Variable-Speed Painted T TXV Flowrator Communicating
ready w/4-wires. Introduction of new 13 SEER Air Handler Models with the new
communicating control & serial communicating indoor blower motor.
AVPTC24B14AA
AVPTC30C14AA
AVPTC36C14AA
AVPTC42D14AA
AVPTC48D14AA
AVPTC60D14AA
A Single Piece V Multi-Position Variable-Speed Painted T TXV Flowrator Communicating
ready w/4-wires. Redesign of the current AVPTC models to new air handler cabinetry
incoporating he new 4-way, multi-position painted body utilized on the ARPT/ASPT models.
AVPTC48C14AA
A Single Piece V Multi-Position Variable-Speed Painted T TXV Flowrator Communicating
ready w/4-wires. Minor revision change to S&R labels and Travel labels.
AVPTC42D14AB
AVPTC48D14AB
AVPTC60D14AB
A Single Piece V Multi-Position Variable-Speed Painted T TXV Flowrator Communicating
ready w/4-wires. Redesign of the current AVPTC models to new air handler cabinetry
incoporating he new 4-way, multi-position painted body utilized on the ARPT/ASPT models.
AVPTC183014AB
AVPTC313714AB
AVPTC426014AB
A Single Piece V Multi-Position Variable-Speed Painted T TXV Flowrator Communicating
ready w/4-wires. Introduces a new Communicating Air Handler Control Board (PCBJA103)
which will be replacing the production PCBJA10.
AVPTC60D14AC
A Single Piece V Multi-Position Variable-Speed Painted T TXV Flowrator Communicating
ready w/4-wires. Revisions are made due to changes made on serial plate.
AVPTC24B14AC
AVPTC30C14AB
A Single Piece V Multi-Position Variable-Speed Painted T TXV Flowrator Communicating
ready w/4-wires. Revisions are made to update Heater kit airflow .
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
S ingle P iece Air H andlers
M od e l #
De scription
A W UF ****16A A
A S ingle P iec e A ir Handler W all M ount Unpainted F lowrator. Introduc es 13 S E E R Day ton
wall m ount air handlers . A ll M odels will be s uitable for use with R-22 and R-410A
A W UF3005-101A A
A S ingle P iec e A ir Handler W all M ount Unpainted F lowrator. Introduc es 13 S E E R Day ton
wall m ount air handlers using a B urr Oak Louvered Fin c oil.
A W UF ****1B A
A S ingle P iec e A ir Handler W all M ount Unpainted F lowrator. Revis ion replac es c urrent
wavey fin des ign with new louvered fin des ign
A W UF370**16A A
A S ingle P iece A ir Handler W all M ount Unpainted F lowrator. Introduc tion of A W UF 37 A ir
Handlers for us e with R-22 and R410A .
A W UF ****16B A
A S ingle P iec e A ir Handler Ceiling M ount N Unc ased Flowrater. Revis ion has louver fins &
replac es copper tube hairpins with alum inum hairpins.
A W UF180316B A
A W UF240316B A
A W UF300316B A
A S ingle P iece A ir Handler W all M ount Unpainted F lowrator. A W UF 3K W Heater
Introduc tion. Introduc tion of 3K W heater in the A W UF air handlers
A W UF310516A A
A W UF310816A A
A W UF 321016A A
A S ingle P iece A ir Handler W all M ount Unpainted F lowrator.
Introduc tion of higher 14 S E E R A W UF s eries air-handlers
A W UF300316B B
A W UF300516B B
A W UF300816B B
A W UF301016B B
A W UF360516B B
A W UF360816B B
A W UF361016B B
A S ingle P iece A ir Handler W all M ount Unpainted F lowrator. The A W UF30/36 are c urrently
16x 20x 1. This revision us es 18x 20x 1 filter.
A W UF 18F(31,51,81)6A A
A W UF24F(11,31,51,81)6A A
A W UF 30F(11,51,81)6A A
A W UF 31F (51,81)6A A
A W UF32F116A A
A W UF 36F(11,51,81)6A A
A W UF 37(11,51,81)6A A
A S ingle P iece A ir Handler W all M ount Unpainted F lowrator. A dding a drain pan water
sensor s witc h to all A W UF products.
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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
MBR/MBE Air Handlers
Model #
MBR****AA-1AA
Modular Blower R Multi-Position PSC Motor. Introduces module blower with PSC blower
motor.
MBR****AA-1AB
Modular Blower R Multi-Position PSC Motor. Quality improvement to use 0.75" Quiet Flex
Insulation.
MBE****AA-1AA
Modular Blower E Multi-Position Variable-Speed. Introduces module blower with variable
speed blower motor.
MBE****AA-1BA
Modular Blower E Multi-Position Variable-Speed.Revision introduces new models adding lower
kw hit kits on the S&R plate
MBVC1200AA1-AA
MBVC1600AA1-AA
MBVC2000AA1-AA
Modular Blower V Multi-Position Variable-Speed Communicating ready w/4-wires. Introduction
of module blower with variable speed blower motor with the new communicating control &
serial communicating indoor blower motor.
MBVC1200AA1-AB
MBVC1600AA1-AB
MBVC2000AA1-AB
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Description
Modular Blower V Multi-Position Variable-Speed Communicating ready w/4-wires.Module
blower with variable speed blower motor with communicating control & serial communicating
indoor blower motor. Replaces existing Emerson motors (013M00111 & 013M00112)
MBVC1200AA1-AC
MBVC1600AA1-AC
MBVC2000AA1-AC
Modular Blower V Multi-Position Variable-Speed C ommunicating ready w/4-wires.Module
blower with variable speed blower motor with communicating control & serial communicating
indoor blower motor. Quality improvement to use 0.75" Quiet Flex Insulation.
MBVC1200AA1-AD
MBVC1600AA1-AD
MBVC2000AA1-AD
Modular Blower V Multi-Position Variable-Speed C ommunicating ready w/4-wires.Module
blower with variable speed blower motor with communicating control & serial communicating
indoor blower motor. Introduces a new Communicating Air Handler Control Board (PCBJA103)
which will be replacing the production PCBJA101.
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Model #
Description
CAUF*****6AA
C Indoor Coil A Upflow/Downflow Uncased Flowrator. Introduces CAUF Dayton
Upflow/Downflow coils.
CAUF*****6BA
C Indoor Coil A Upflow/Downflow Uncased Flowrator. Revision releases Burr Oak Louvered
Fin in place of the W avy Fin currently in production.
CAUF****6*DA
C Indoor Coil A Upflow/Downflow [Painted or Uncased] Flowrator. Revision replaces existing
copper coils and other associated parts with aluminum components.
CAUF*****6DB
C Indoor Coil A Upflow/Downflow [Painted or Uncased] Flowrator. Drain pan material
change.
CAPF*****6AA
C Indoor Coil A Upflow/Downflow Painted Flowrator. Introduces CAPF Dayton
Upflow/Downflow coils.
CAPF*****6BA
C Indoor Coil A Upflow/Downflow Painted Flowrator. Revision releases Burr Oak Louvered
Fin in place of the W avy Fin currently in production.
CAPF/CAUF36***CA
C Indoor Coil A Upflow/Downflow [Painted or Uncased] Flowrator. Revision redesigns for
performance improvement from 2 row to 3 row.
CAPF*****6DA
C Indoor Coil A Upflow/Downflow [Painted or Uncased] Flowrator. Revision replaces existing
copper coils and other associated parts with aluminum components.
CAPF*****6DB
C Indoor Coil A Upflow/Downflow [Painted or Uncased] Flowrator. Drain pan material
change.
CHPF*****6AA
C Indoor Coil Horizontal A Coil Painted Flowrator. Release 13 SEER CHPF horizontal A
coil.
CHPF*****6BA
C Indoor Coil Horizontal A Coil Painted Flowrator. Release 13 SEER CHPF horizontal A
coil. Revision releases Burr Oak Louvered Fin in place of the Wavy Fin currently in
production. The rows change by one, (i.e. 4 row to 3 row; 3 row to 2 row) where appli
CAPT3131B4BA
CAPT3131C4BA
C Indoor Coil A Upflow/Downflow [Painted] TXV. Introduction of coils with factory installed,
non adjustable TXV. Development of single stage AHRI ratings for CAPT3131 NTC
combinations.
CAPT3743C4AA
CAPT3743D4AA
C Indoor Coil A Upflow/Downflow [Painted] TXV. Development of single stage AHRI ratings
for CAPT3743, NTC combinations.
CAPT4961C4AA
CAPT4961D4AA
C Indoor Coil A Upflow/Downflow [Painted] TXV. Development of single stage AHRI ratings
for CAPT4961C4, NTC combinations.
CHPF1824A6CB
CHPF2430B6CB
CHPF3636B6CB
CHPF3642C6CB
CHPF3642D6CB
CHPF3743C6BB
CHPF3743D6BB
CHPF4860D6DB
C Indoor Coil Horizontal A Coil Painted Flowrator. 13 SEER CHPF horizontal A coil. Drain
pan material change.
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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Evaporator Coils
Model #
CSCF*****6AA
C Indoor Coil S Horizontal Slab Coil C Upainted Flowrator. Release 13 SEER CSCF slab
horizontal coil.
CSCF*****6BA
C Indoor Coil S Horizontal Slab Coil C Upainted Flowrator. Revision releases Burr Oak
Louvered Fin in place of the Wavy Fin currently in production. The rows change by one, (i.e. 4
row to 3 row; 3 row to 2 row) where applicable.
CSCF1824N6BB
CSCF3036N6BB
CSCF3642N6CB
CSCF4860N6CB
C Indoor Coil S Horizontal Slab Coil C Upainted Flowrator. Drain pan material change.
CSCF1824N6CA
CSCF3036N6CA
CSCF3642N6CA
CSCF4860N6CA
C Indoor Coil S Horizontal Slab Coil C Upainted Flowrator. Release 13 SEER CSCF slab
horizontal coil. Converting copper coils, maifolds, haripins, flowrators to aluminum coils.
CTPF*****6AA
CTPF1824*6AB
CTPF3030*6AB
CTPF3131*6AB
CTPF3636*6AC
CTPF3642*6AB
CTPF4860*6AB
CTUF1824*6AA
CTUF3030*6AA
CTUF3131*6AA
CTUF3636*6AA
CTUF3642*6AA
CTUF4860*6AA
CTUF1824*6AB
CTUF3030*6AB
CTUF3131*6AB
CTUF3636*6AC
CTUF3642*6AB
CTUF4860*6AB
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Description
C Indoor Coil T Coated Painted Flowrator. Initial release of coated coils.
C Indoor Coil T Coated Painted Flowrator. Drain pan material change.
C Indoor Coil T Coated U npainted F lowrator. Initial release.
C Indoor Coil T Coated U npainted F lowrator. Initial release.
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
S
S
Z
14
36
1
A
BRAND:
G: Goodman ®
MINOR
REVISION:
A: Initial Release
(Standard
Feature Set)
SEER:
SEER Rating
S: Goodman®
(High
Feature Set)
A: Amana®
Brand
Deluxe
D: Deluxe
Goodman®
V: Value Line
NOMINAL
CAPACITY:
018: 1.5 Tons
024: 2 Tons
030: 2.5 Tons
036/8: 3 Tons
042: 3.5 Tons
048: 4 Tons
059: 5 Tons
060: 5 Tons
PRODUCT
FAMILY:
S: S plit System
A
MAJOR
REVISION:
A: Initial Release
PRODUCT
TYP E:
X: Condenser R-410A
Z: Heat Pump R-410A
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
A
N
BRAND:
A: Amana®
Brand
Deluxe
Z
13
ELECTRICAL:
208-230 V, 1ph, 60Hz
220-240 V, 1ph, 50Hz
208-230 V, 3ph, 60Hz
460 V, 3ph, 60Hz
380-420 V, 3ph, 50 Hz
18
1
A
MINOR
REVISION:
A: Initial Release
SEER:
SEER Rating
PRODUCT
FAMILY:
N: Split System
PRODUCT
TYPE:
X: Condenser R-410A
Z: Heat Pump R-410A
A
NOMINAL
CAPACITY:
018: 1.5 Tons
024: 2 Tons
030: 2.5 Tons
036: 3 Tons
042: 3.5 Tons
048: 4 Tons
059: 5 Tons
060: 5 Tons
061: 5 Tons
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
MAJOR
REVISION:
A: Initial Rel ease
ELECTRICAL:
208-230 V, 1ph, 60Hz
220-240 V, 1ph, 50Hz
208-230 V, 3ph, 60Hz
460 V, 3ph, 60Hz
380-420 V, 3ph, 50 Hz
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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
A
S
X
C
BRAND:
A: Amana®
Brand
Deluxe
D: Deluxe
Goodman®
16
024
1
A
A
MINOR
REVISION:
A: Initial Release
SEER:
SEER Rating
MAJOR
REVISION:
A: Initial Release
PRODUCT
FAMILY:
S: Split System
COMMUNICATION
FEATURE:
C: 4-wire
Communication
Ready
PRODUCT TYPE:
C: Condenser R-22
H: Heat Pump R-22
X: Condenser R-410A
Z: Heat Pump R-410A
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ComfortNet™
NOMINAL
CAPACITY:
024: 2 Tons
036: 3 Tons
048: 4 Tons
060: 5 Tons
ELECTRICAL:
1: 208-230V/1ph/60Hz
3: 208-230v/3ph/60Hz
4: 460v/3ph/60Hz
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
C
A
P
F
1824
A
A
REVISION
A: Revision
EXPANSION
DEVICE:
F: Flowrater
PRODUCT
TYPE:
C: Indoor Coil
6
REFRIGERANT
CHARGE:
6: R-410A or R-22
2: R-22
4: R-410A
CABINET FINISH:
U: Unpainted
P: Painted
N: Unpainted Case
NOMINAL WIDTH FOR GAS FURNACE
A: Fits 14" Furnace Cabinet
B: Fits 17 1/2" Furnace Cabinet
C: Fits 21" Furnace Cabinet
D: Fits 24 1/2" Furnace Cabinet
N: Does Not Apply (Horizontal Slab Coils)
APPLICATION
A: Upflow/Downflow Coil
H: Horizontal A Coil
S: Horizontal Slab Coil
T: Coated Coil
NOMINAL CAPACITY RANGE
@ 13 SEER
3743: 3 to 3 1/2 Tons
1824: 1 1/2 to 2 Tons
4860: 4 & 5 Tons
3030: 2 1/2 Tons
4961: 4 & 5 Tons
3636: 3 Tons
3642: 3 to 3 1/2 Tons
C
A
P
T
3131
B
EXPANSION
DEVICE:
T: Factory installed
non-adjustable
TXV
PRODUCT
TYPE:
C: Indoor Coil
CABINET FINISH:
P: Painted
APPLICATION
A: Upflow/Downflow Coil
4
A
REVISION
A: Revision
REFRIGERANT
CHARGE:
4: R-410A
NOMINAL WIDTH FOR GAS FURNACE
B: Fits 17 1/2" Furnace Cabinet
C: Fits 21" Furnace Cabinet
D: Fits 24 1/2" Furnace Cabinet
NOMINAL CAPACITY RANGE
@ 13 SEER
3131: 2 1/2 Tons
3743: 3 to 3 1/2 Tons
3743: 3 to 3 1/2 Tons
4961: 4 & 5 Tons
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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
MB
R
8
00
A
A
1
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY:
1: 208-230V/60hZ/1 ph
DESIGN SERIES:
MB: Modular
Blower
FACTORY HEAT
00: No Heat
MOTOR TYPE:
R: Constant Speed
E: Variable Speed
DESIGN SERIES
A: First Series
CIRCUIT BREAKER
A: No Circuit Breaker
B: Circuit Breaker
AIRFLOW DELIVERED
08: 800 CFM
12: 1200 CFM
16: 1600 CFM
20: 2000 CFM
ComfortNet™
MB
V
C
12
DESIGN S ERIES:
MB : M odular B lower
00
FACTORY HEAT:
00: No Heat
COM MUNICATION
FEATURE:
C: 4-wire
Comm unication
Ready
M OTOR TYP E:
V : Variable S peed
30
A
AIRLOW DELIV ERED:
12: 1200 CFM
16: 1600 CFM
20: 2000 CFM
A
1
DES IGN SERIES :
A : First S eries
CIRCUIT BREAKER:
A : No Circuit B reaker
B : Circuit Breaker
ELECTRICAL SUP PLY:
1: 208-230V/60HZ/1 phase
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
A
PRODUCT
TYPE:
A: Air Handler
W
U
F
3642
1
6
EXPANSION
DEVICE:
F: Flowrater
T: TXV
(Expansion
Device)
A
MINOR
REVISION*
MAJOR
REVISION*
CABINET FINISH:
U: Unpainted
P: Painted
N: Uncased
APPLICATION
C: Ceiling Mount PSC Motor
D: Downflow PSC Motor
E: Multi-Position Varible Speed Motor
S: Energy-Efficient Motor
R: Multi-Position PSC Motor
T: Coated Coils
W: Wall Mount PSC Motor
A
REFRIGERANT CHARGE:
No Digit: R-22 Only
6:
R-410A or R-22
ELECTRICAL:
1: 208-240V/1ph/60Hz
NOMINAL CAPACITY RANGE:
@ 13 SEER
Dedicated Application
3636: 3 Tons
Multi-Position & Downflow Applications
3137: 3 Tons
3642: 3 - 3 1/2 Tons
1830: 1 1/2 - 3 1/2 Tons
@10 SEER
1729: 1 1/2 - 2 1/2 Tons (for export systems)
Ceiling Mount & Wall Mount Applications
(Nominal Cooling Capacity/Electric Heat kW)
1803: 1 1/2 Tons Cooling / 3 kW Electric Heat
1805: 1 1/2 Tons Cooling / 5 kW Electric Heat
2405: 2 Tons Cooling / 5 kW Electric Heat
3608: 3 Tons Cooling / 8 kW Electric Heat
3105: 1.5 - 2.5 Tons Cooling / 5kW Electric Heat
3210: 2 - 2.5 Tons Cooling / 10kW Electric Heat
3705: 3 Tons Cooling / 5 kW Electric Heat
3708: 3 Tons Cooling / 8 kW Electric Heat
3710: 3 Tons Cooling / 10 kW Electric Heat
An "F" in the model number denotes a
Factory Installed Float Switch is present
All Airhandlers use DIRECT DRIVE MOTORS. Power supply is AC 208-240v, 60 hz, 1 phase.
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ARUF**14** / ARPT**14**/
ASPT**14**
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
A
R
U
F
18
B
1
4
EXPANSION
DEVICE:
F: Flowrater
T: TXV
(Expansion
Device)
PRODUCT
TYPE:
A: Air Handler
A
A
MINOR
REVISION*
MAJOR
REVISION*
CABINET
FINISH:
P: Painted
U: Unpainted
REFRIGERANT
CHARGE:
4: R-410A only
ELECTRICAL:
1: 208-230V/1ph/60Hz
APPLICATION:
R: Multi-Position PSC Motor
S: Energy Efficient Motor
CABINET
WIDTH
B: 17.5"
C: 21"
D: 24.5"
NOMINAL CAPACITY
RANGE
18: 1-1/2 Tons
24: 2 Tons
30: 2-1/2 Tons
36: 3 Tons
42: 3-1/2 Tons
48: 4 Tons
60: 5 Tons
Airhandlers use DIRECT DRIVE MOTORS. Power supply is AC 208-230v, 60 hz, 1 phase.
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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
A
1
V
2
ComfortNet™
P
T
C
18
B
1
4
AA
3
4
5
6,7
8
9
10
11,12
Brand
A
Single-Piece
Airhandler
Engineering*
Major/Minor Revisions
*Not used for inv entory management
Unit Application
C
Ceiling Mount PSC Motor
D
Downflow PSC Motor
E
Multi Position Variable-Speed Motoe
R
Multi Position PSC Motoe
S
Multi Position EEM Motor
W
Wall Mount PSC/EEM Motor
V
Multi Position Variable-Speed Motor-Commuminacating
Refrigerant Charge
4=R-410a
Electrical
1 208/240V, 1 Phase, 60 Hz
Cabinet Finish
U
P
N
Cabinet Width
Unpainted
Painted
Uncased
1/2"
B
C
D
17
21"
1/2"
24
Expansion Device
Nominal Capacity @ 13SEER
F
Flowrator
18 1
T
Expansion Device
24
1/2
Tons 36 3 Tons
1/2
2 Tons 42 3 Tons
30 2 Tons 48 4 Tons
60 5 Tons
1/2
Communications
C
ComfortNet
TM
Compatible
All Airhandlers use DIRECT DRIVE MOTORS. Power supply is AC 208-230v, 60 hz, 1 phase.
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LIGHT COMMERCIAL
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Split System Air Conditioners R410A - LIGHT COMMERCIAL
Model #
Description
GSX11090*AA
GSX11120*AA
Goodman Split X Condenser 11 Seer condensing units. Introduction of Goodman Light
Commercial 11 SEER, R-410A Condensers.
GSX111203AB
GSX110903AB
GSX111204AB
GSX110904AB
Goodman Split X Condenser 11 Seer, 208-230V and 460V 3 Phase condensing units with
new ball valve/brackets, suction tube/assembly and panel w/offset.
Split System Heat Pumps R410A - LIGHT COMMERCIAL
Model #
Description
GSZ11090*AA
GSZ11120*AA
Goodman Split Z R410A Heat Pump 11 Seer R410A heat pump units. Introduction of
Goodman Light Commercial 11 SEER, R-410A Heat Pumps.
GSZ110903AB
GSZ111203AB
GSZ110904AB
GSZ111204AB
Goodman Split Z R410A Heat Pump 11 Seer, 208-230V and 460V 3 Phase R410A heat
pump units with new ball valve/brackets, suction tube/assembly and panel w/offset.
Single Piece Air Handlers - LIGHT COMMERCIAL
Model #
AR0904A
AR1204A
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Description
A Single Piece R Multi-Position PSC Motor. Introducation of new 7.5 & 10 Ton Air Handler
Models, for use with GSX11 and GSZ11 Light Commercial Models.
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
G
S
X
LIGHT COMMERCIAL
11
090
3
A
BRAND:
®
G: Goodman
(Standard
Feature Set)
MINOR
REVISION:
A: Initial Release
SEER:
SEER Rating
PRODUCT
FAMILY:
S: Split System
NOMINAL
CAPACITY:
090: 7.5 Tons
120: 10 Tons
PRODUCT
TYPE:
X: Condenser R-410A
Z: Heat Pump R-410A
GSX110903AA
GSX110904AA
GSX111203AA
GSX111204AA
AR
A
MAJOR
REVISION:
A: Initial Release
ELECTRICAL:
3: 208-230v/3ph/60Hz
4: 460v/3ph/60Hz
GSZ110903AA
GSZ110904AA
GSZ111203AA
GSZ111204AA
Nominal Cooling Capacity
Model Series
AR
0904 - 90,000 Btuh (7 1/2 Tons)
1204 - 120,000 Btuh (10 Tons)
For use with GSX/GSZ11 Light Commercial models only.
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LIGHT COMMERCIAL
ACCESSORIES
GSX11
Model
Description
GSX110903
GSX110904
GSX111203
GSX111204
FSK01A*
Freeze Protection Kit
x
x
x
x
ASC01
Anti Short Cycle Kit
x
x
x
x
Low Ambient Kit
x
x
x
x
Liquid Line Solenoid Kit
x
x
x
x
Model
Description
GSZ110903
GSZ110904
GSZ111203
GSZ111204
FSK01A*
Freeze Protection Kit
x
x
x
x
ASC01
Anti Short Cycle Kit
x
x
x
x
LAKT-01
LSK03*
GSZ11
OT-EHR18-60
Emergency Heat Relay Kit
---
---
---
---
LAKT-01
Low Ambient Kit
Liquid Line Solenoid Kit
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
LSK03*
ELECTRIC HEATER KITS
Stages
Weight
(lbs.)
Max.
Overcurrent
Protection
208-230/3/60
460/3/60
1
1
56
55
60
30
20
20
208-230/3/60
460/3/60
2
2
59
57
70
35
AHKD30-3
30
208-230/3/60
2
60
100
AHKD30-4
30
460/3/60
2
58
50
AHKD
Model
Nominal
kW
Electrical
Characteristics
AHKD15-3
AHKD15-4
15
15
AHKD20-3
AHKD20-4
NOTES:
•
AR Series Air Handlers do not have factory installed electric heat. Purchased as an accessory, these are the ONLY
heater kits that can be used with the AR Series.
•
The electrical characteristics of the air handler, electric heater kits and building power supply must be compatible.
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ACCESSORIES
ASX13
Model
Description
1
ABK-20
ASC01
CSR-U-1
CSR-U-2
CSR-U-3
2
FSK01A
LSK02A
TX2N4A³
Anchor Bracket Kit
Anti-Short Cycle Kit
Hard-start Kit
Hard-start Kit
Hard-start Kit
Freeze Protection Kit
Liquid Line Solenoid Kit
TXV Kit
3
TXV Kit
3
TXV Kit
TX3N4
TX5N4
ASX13
018*
ASX13
024*
ASX13
030*
ASX13
036*
ASX13
042*
ASX13
048*
ASX13
060*/061*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
G/VSX13
Model
Description
G/VSX13
018*
G/VSX13
024*
G/VSX13
030*
G/VSX13
036*
G/VSX13
042*
G/VSX13
048*
G/VSX13060*
GSX13061*
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
Anchor Bracket Kit
X
X
X
X
4
Anchor Bracket Kit
Anti-Short Cycle Kit
Hard-start Kit
Hard-start Kit
Hard-start Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Freeze Protection Kit
Liquid Line Solenoid Kit
TXV Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
ABK-20
ABK-21
ASC01
CSR-U-1
CSR-U-2
CSR-U-3
1
FSK01A
LSK02A
TX2N4A³
2
TXV Kit
2
TXV Kit
Sound Blanket Kit
Sound Blanket Kit
TX3N4
TX5N4
CSB-15
CSB-16
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
GSX13
0363*
X
X
GSX13
0483*
X
X
GSX13
0484*
X
X
GSX130
[60/61]3*
X
X
GSX130
[60/61]4*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
GSX13 Three-phase models
Model
Description
1
Anchor Bracket Kit
Anti-Short Cycle Kit
2
Freeze Protection Kit
Liquid Line Solenoid Kit
TXV Kit
ABK-20
ASC01
FSK01A
LSK02A
3
TX3N4
3
TX5N4
CSB-15
CSB-16
LAKT01
0163R00002
0163R00003
0163R00004
TXV Kit
Sound Blanket Kit
Sound Blanket Kit
Low Ambient Kit
Crankcase Heater Kit
Crankcase Heater Kit
Crankcase Heater Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
Contains 20 brackets; four
brackets needed to anchor unit
to pad
2
Installed on indoor coil.
3
Field-installed, non-bleed, expansion valve kit - Condensing
units and heat pumps with reciprocating compressors require the use of start-assist components when used in conjuntion
with an indoor coil using a nonbleed thermal expansion valve
refrigerant.
4
For use on the GSX13 & VSX13
23" chassis only. Contains 20
brackets; four brackets needed
to anchor unit to pad.
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ACCESSORIES
ASX14
Model
Description
1
ASX14
018
ASX14
024
ASX14
030
ASX14
036
ASX14
042
ASX14
048
ASX14
060
Anchor Bracket Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
ASC01
Anti-Short Cycle Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
CSR-U-1
Hard-start Kit
X
X
X
X
CSR-U-2
Hard-start Kit
CSR-U-3
Hard-start Kit
X
X
ABK-20
FSK01A
1
X
X
Freeze Protection Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Liquid Line Solenoid Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
TX2N4A
TXV Kit
X
X
TX3N4
TXV Kit
X
X
TX5N4
TXV Kit
X
X
X
LSK02A
GSX14
Model
Description
1
GSX14
018
GSX14
024
GSX14
030
GSX14
036
GSX14
042
GSX14
048
GSX14
060
Anchor Bracket Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Anti-Short Cycle Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
CSR-U-1
Hard-start Kit
X
X
X
X
CSR-U-2
Hard-start Kit
CSR-U-3
Hard-start Kit
ABK-20
ASC01
X
X
X
X
Freeze Protection Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
LSK02A
TX2N4A
Liquid Line Solenoid Kit
TXV Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
TX3N4
TXV Kit
X
X
TX5N4
TXV Kit
CSB-14
Sound Blanket Kit
CSB-16
Sound Blanket Kit
FSK01A
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
SSX14
018
SSX14
024
SSX14
030
SSX14
036
SSX14
042
X
X
X
X
SSX14
048
SSX14
060
SSX14
Model
Description
1
Anchor Bracket Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
ASC01
Anti-Short Cycle Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
CSR-U-1
Hard-start Kit
X
X
X
CSR-U-2
Hard-start Kit
CSR-U-3
Hard-start Kit
ABK-20
X
X
X
X
X
Freeze Protection Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
LSK02A
Liquid Line Solenoid Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
TX2N4A
TXV Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
FSK01A
1
2
TXV Kit
2
TXV Kit
TX3N4
TX5N4
1
Installed on ind oor coil
2
Require for heat pump applications where ambient temperatures fall below 0°F with 50% or higher relative humidy.
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ACCESSORIES
SSX16
SSX16
SSX16
SSX16
SSX16
SSX16
SSX16
024*
030*
036*
042*
048*
060*
Anc hor Bracket Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
ASC01
Anti-Short Cycle Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
CSR-U-1
Hard-start Kit
X
X
X
CSR-U-2
Hard-start Kit
CSR-U-3
Hard-start Kit
M odel
Description
1
ABK-20
X
X
X
X
Freeze Protec tion Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
LSK02A
Liquid Line Solenoid Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
TX2N4A
TXV Kit
X
TX3N4
TXV Kit
X
X
TX5N4
TXV Kit
X
X
X
FSK01A
1
1
I nstalled on indoor coil
2
Required for heat pump applications where ambient temperatures fall below 0°F with 50% or higher relative humidy.
ASX16/DSX16
A/DSX16
A/DSX16
A/DSX16
A/DSX16
A/DSX16
A/DSX16
024*
030*
036*
042*
048*
060*
Anc hor Bracket Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
ASC01
Anti-Short Cycle Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
CSR-U-1
Hard-start Kit
X
X
X
CSR-U-2
Hard-start Kit
CSR-U-3
Hard-start Kit
X
X
M odel
Description
1
ABK-20
1
X
X
Freeze Protec tion Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
Liquid Line Solenoid Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
TX2N4A
TXV Kit
X
TX3N4
TXV Kit
X
X
TX5N4
TXV Kit
X
X
X
FSK01A
LSK02A
1
I nstalled on indoor coil
2
Required for heat pump applications where ambient temperatures fall below 0°F with 50% or higher relative humidy.
ASX/GSX16 (Rev F or Later)
A/GSX16
A/GSX16
A/GSX16
A/GSX16
A/GSX16
A/GSX16
A/GSX16
A/GSX16
Anc hor Bracket Kit
018F*
X
024F*
X
030F*
X
036F*
X
042F*
X
048F*
X
060F*
X
061F*
X
ASC01
Anti-Short Cycle Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
CSR-U-1
Hard-start Kit
X
X
X
X
CSR-U-2
Hard-start Kit
CSR-U-3
Hard-start Kit
FSK01A
Freeze Protec tion Kit
X
X
LSK02A
Liquid Line Solenoid Kit
X
TXV-30
Fixed TXV Kit
X
TXV-42
Fixed TXV Kit
TXV-48
Fixed TXV Kit
TXV-60
Fixed TXV Kit
M odel
Description
ABK-20
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
I nstalled on indoor coil
2
Required for heat pump applications where ambient temperatures fall below 0°F with 50% or higher relative humidy.
X
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ACCESSORIES
ASX/DSX18
A/DSX18
036*
A/DSX18
048*
/DSX18
060*
Anchor Bracket Kit
X
X
X
ASC01
Anti-Short Cycle Kit
X
X
X
CSR-U-1
Hard-start Kit
X
CSR-U-2
Hard-start Kit
X
CSR-U-3
Hard-start Kit
X
X
Model
Description
ABK-201
FSK01A
1
Freeze Protection Kit
X
X
X
LSK02A
Liquid Line Solenoid Kit
X
X
X
TX2N4A
TXV Kit
TX3N4
TXV Kit
TX5N4
TXV Kit
X
X
X
1
Installed on indoor coil
2
Required for heat pump applications where ambient temperatures fall below 0°F with 50% or higher relative humidy.
40
ACCESSORIES
ComfortNet™
ASXC/DSXC 16
ASXC/DSXC 18
Model
Description
ASXC16024
DSXC16024
ASXC16036
DSXC16036
ASXC16048
DSXC16048
ASXC16060
DSXC16060
ASXC18036
DSXC18036
ASXC18048
DSXC18048
ASXC18060
DSXC18060
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
ABK-20
Anchor Bracket Kit
X
TX2N4A
TX3N4
TXV Kit
TXV Kit
X
TX5N4
TXV Kit
CSR-U-1
Hard-start Kit
CSR-U-2
Hard-start Kit
CSR-U-3
Hard-start Kit
FSK01A
1
LSK02
B1141643
3
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Freeze Protection Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Liquid Line Solenoid
Valve
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
24V Transformer
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
* Contains 20 brackets; four brackets needed to anchor unit to pad.
Installed on the indoor coil.
Available in 24V legacy mode only. This feature is integrated in the communicating mode.
This component is included in the CTK0*** communicating thermostat kit.
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ACCESSORIES
ASZ13
Model
Description
ASZ13
018
ASZ13
024
ASZ13
030
ASZ13
036
ASZ13
042
ASZ13
048
ASZ13
060
AFE18-60A
All-Fuel Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
ASC01
X
X
X
X
X
Anti-Short Cycle Kit
X
X
X
X
4
Hard-start Kit
X
X
X
X
4
Hard-start Kit
4
Hard-start Kit
CSR-U-1
CSR-U-2
CSR-U-3
FSK01A
2
LSK02A
OT/EHR18-60
3
OT18-60A
TX2N4A
4
Freeze Protection Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Emergency Heat Relay kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Outdoor Thermostat w/Lockout Stat
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
TXV Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
TXV Kit
4
TXV Kit
TX5N4
X
Liquid Line Solenoid Kit
4
TX3N4
X
GSZ13
G/VSZ13 G/VSZ13 G/VSZ13 G/VSZ13 G/VSZ13 G/VSZ13 G/VSZ13
018
024
030
036
042
048
060
Model
Description
AFE18-60A
All-Fuel Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
ASC01
Anti-Short Cycle Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
CSB-15
Sound Blanket
X
X
X
X
X
CSB-16
Sound Blanket
X
X
X
X
4
Hard-start Kit
X
X
X
X
4
Hard-start Kit
4
Hard-start Kit
CSR-U-1
CSR-U-2
CSR-U-3
FSK01A
2
LSK02A
OT/EHR18-60
3
OT18-60A
TX2N4A
5
Freeze Protection Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Emergency Heat Relay kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Outdoor Thermostat w/Lockout Stat
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
TXV Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
TXV Kit
5
TXV Kit
TX5N4
X
Liquid Line Solenoid Kit
5
TX3N4
X
GSZ13 Three-phase models
GSZ13
036*
X
GSZ13
048*
X
GSZ13
048*
X
GSZ13
060*
X
GSZ13
060*
X
Anti-Short Cycle Kit
X
X
X
X
X
Freeze Protection Kit
X
X
X
X
X
Model
Description
AFE18-60A
All-Fuel Kit
ASC01
FSK01A
2
LSK02A
Liquid Line Solenoid Kit
X
X
X
X
X
OT/EHR18-60
Emergency Heat Relay kit
X
X
X
X
X
Outdoor Thermostat w/Lockout Stat
X
X
X
X
X
TXV Kit
X
3
OT18-60A
5
TX3N4
5
Contains 20 brackets; four brackets
needed to anchor unit to pad
2
Installed on indoor coil.
3
Required for heat pump applications
where ambient temperatures fall below
0°F with 50% or higher relative humidity.
4
Condensing units & heat pumps with reciprocating compressors require the use
of start-assist components when used in
conjuntion with an indoor coil using a nonbleed expansion valve refrigerant metering device.
5
Field-installed, non-bleed, expansion
valve kit - Condensing units and heat
pumps with reciprocating compressors
require the use of start-assist components when used in conjuntion with an
indoor coil using a non-bleed thermal expansion valve refrigerant.
X
TX5N4
TXV Kit
X
X
CSB-15
Sound Blanket Kit
X
X
X
X
CSB-16
Sound Blanket Kit
X
LAKT01
Low Ambient Kit
X
X
X
X
X
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1
X
ACCESSORIES
SSZ14
Model
Description
AFE18-60A
All-Fuel Kit
CSR-U-1
Hard-start Kit
CSR-U-2
Hard-start Kit
CSR-U-3
Hard-start Kit
FSK01A
1
LSK02A
2
SSZ14
SSZ14
SSZ14
SSZ14
SSZ14
SSZ14
SSZ14
SSZ14
018*
024*
030*
036*
038*
042*
048*
060*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Freeze Protection Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Liquid Line Solenoid Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
OT/EHR18-60 Emergency Heat Relat Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
TX2N4A³
TXV Kit
X
X
TX3N4³
TXV Kit
X
X
X
TX5N4³
TXV Kit
X
X
X
OT18-60A
Outdoor Thermostat
ASZ14
Model
Description
AFE18-60A
All-Fuel Kit
CSR-U-1
Hard-start Kit
CSR-U-2
Hard-start Kit
CSR-U-3
Hard-start Kit
1
ASZ14
ASZ14
ASZ14
ASZ14
ASZ14
ASZ14
ASZ14
ASZ14
018*
024*
030*
036*
038*
042*
048*
060*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Freeze Protection Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Liquid Line Solenoid Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Outdoor Thermostat
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
OT/EHR18-60 Emergency Heat Relat Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
TX2N4A³
TXV Kit
X
X
TX3N4³
TXV Kit
X
X
X
TX5N4³
TXV Kit
X
X
X
FSK01A
LSK02A
OT18-60A
2
GSZ14
Model
Description
AFE18-60A
All-Fuel Kit
CSR-U-1
Hard-start Kit
CSR-U-2
Hard-start Kit
CSR-U-3
Hard-start Kit
1
GSZ14
GSZ14
GSZ14
GSZ14
GSZ14
GSZ14
GSZ14
018*
024*
030*
036*
042*
048*
060*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Freeze Protection Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Liquid Line Solenoid Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Outdoor Thermostat
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
OT/EHR18-60 Emergency Heat Relat Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
TX2N4A³
TXV Kit
X
X
TX3N4³
TXV Kit
X
X
FSK01A
LSK02A
OT18-60A
2
TX5N4³
TXV Kit
X
X
X
CSB-15
Sound Blanket Kit
X
X
X
CSB-16
Sound Blanket Kit
X
X
X
X
1
Installed on indoor coil
2
Required for heat pump applications where ambient temperatures fall below 0°F with 50% or higher relative humidy.
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ACCESSORIES
ASZ16/DSZ16
A/DSZ16
A/DSZ16
A/DSZ16
A/DSZ16
A/DSZ16
A/DSZ16
024*
030*
036*
042*
048*
060*
All-Fuel Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
CSR-U-1
Hard-start Kit
X
X
CSR-U-2
Hard-start Kit
CSR-U-3
Hard-start Kit
X
X
M odel
Description
AFE18-60A
1
X
X
X
Freeze Protec tion Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
Liquid Line Solenoid Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
O T/EHR18-60
Emergenc y Heat Relay Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
O T18-60A²
O utdoor Thermostat w/ Loc kout Stat
X
X
X
X
X
X
TX2N4A
TXV Kit
X
TX3N4
TXV Kit
X
X
TX5N4
TXV Kit
X
X
X
FSK01A
LSK02A
1
I nstalled on indoor coil
2
Requir ed for heat pump applications wher e ambient temper atur es fall below 0°F with 50% or higher r elativ e humidy .
SSZ16
M odel
Description
AFE18-60A
All-Fuel Kit
CSR-U-1
Hard-start Kit
CSR-U-2
Hard-start Kit
CSR-U-3
Hard-start Kit
FSK01A
1
Freeze Protec tion Kit
SSZ16
SSZ16
SSZ16
SSZ16
SSZ16
SSZ16
024*
030*
036*
042*
048*
060*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
LSK02A
Liquid Line Solenoid Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
O T/EHR18-60
Emergenc y Heat Relay Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
O T18-60A²
O utdoor Thermostat w/ Loc kout Stat
X
X
X
X
X
X
TX2N4A
TXV Kit
X
TX3N4
TXV Kit
X
X
TX5N4
TXV Kit
X
X
X
1
I nstalled on indoor coil
2
Requir ed for heat pump applications wher e ambient temper atur es fall below 0°F with 50% or higher r elativ e humidy .
44
ACCESSORIES
ASZ/DSZ18
Model
Description
A/DSZ18
036*
A/DSZ18
048*
A/DSZ18
060*
AFE18-60A
All-Fuel Kit
X
X
X
CSR-U-1
Hard-start Kit
X
CSR-U-2
Hard-start Kit
X
CSR-U-3
Hard-start Kit
X
X
1
Freeze Protection Kit
X
X
X
LSK02A
Liquid Line Solenoid Kit
X
X
X
OT/EHR18-60
Emergency Heat Relay Kit
X
X
X
OT18-60A²
Outdoor Thermostat w/ Lockout Stat
X
X
X
TX2N4A³
TXV Kit
TX3N4³
TXV Kit
TX5N4³
TXV Kit
X
X
FSK01A
X
1
Installed on indoor coil
2
Require for heat pump applications where ambient temperatures fall below 0°F with 50% or higher relative humidy.
³ Field-installed , non-bleed, expansion valve kit — Condensing units and heat pumps with reciprocating compressors require the use of
start-assist components when used in conjunction with an ind oor coil using a non-bleed thermal expansion valve
refrigerant metering device.
45
ComfortNet™
ACCESSORIES
ASZC/DSZC 16
ASZC/DSZC 18
Model
Description
ABK-20
ASZC16024
DSZC16024
ASZC16036
DSZC16036
ASZC16048
DSZC16048
ASZC16060
DSZC16060
ASZC18036
DSZC18036
ASZC18048
DSZC18048
ASZC18060
DSZC18060
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Anchor Bracket Kit
X
1
TXV Kit
X
TX3N4 1
TXV Kit
TX5N4 1
TXV Kit
CSR-U-1
Hard-start Kit
TX2N4
X
X
CSR-U-2
Hard-start Kit
CSR-U-3
Hard-start Kit
FSK01A 2
Freeze Protection Kit
X
OT18-60A 3
Outdoor Thermostat/
Lockout Thermostat
B1141643 4 24V Transformer
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
* Contains 20 brackets; four brackets needed to anchor unit to pad
1
Field-installed, non-bleed, expansion valve kit - Condensing units and heap pumps with reciprocating compressors require the use
of start-assist components when used in conjunction with an indoor coil using a non-bleed thermal expansion valve refrigerant
2
3
4
46
Installed on the indoor coil
Available in 24V legacy mode only. This feature is integrated in the communicating mode. Required for heat pump applications
where ambient temperature fall below 0 °F with 50% or higher relative humidity.
This component is included in the CTK0*** communicating thermostat kit.
ACCESSORIES
EXPANSION VALVE KITS
For Applications requiring
1/4 FLARE CONNECTION
BULB TO BE LOCATED
AT 10 OR 2 O'CLOCK
a field installed access fitting
BULB
SUCTION LINE
EVAPORATOR COIL
PISTON
SEAL SUPPLIED W/ KIT
SEAL SUPPLIED W/ KIT
SEAL
DISTRIBUTOR
BODY
EXPANSION VALVE
TAILPIECE
REMOVE BEFORE INSTALLING EXPANSION VALVE
3/8"SWEAT
7/8" NUT
For Applications not requiring
1/4' FLARE
CONNECTION
a field installed access fitting
BULB TO BE LOCATED
AT 10 OR 2 O'CLOCK
BULB
SUCTION LINE
PISTON
EXPANSION VALVE
EVAPORATOR COIL
DISTRIBUTOR
BODY
TAILPIECE
SEAL
3/8"SWEAT
SEAL SUPPLIED W/ KIT
SEAL SUPPLIED W/ KIT
REMOVE BEFORE
INSTALLING
EXPANSION VALVE
7/8" NUT
OT/EHR18-60
OUTDOOR THERMOSTAT &
EMERGENCY HEAT RELAY
OT18-60
Thermostat
Dial
315º
COLD
WARM
(Turn Clockwise)
DEAD
DIAL
Set Point
Adjustment
Screw
(Turn Counterclockw ise)
45º
Set Point
Indicator
Mark
(Shown @ Oº F)
Not for use with
ComfortNet System
47
ACCESSORIES
FSK01A
FREEZE THERMOSTAT
KIT
Wire Nut
Y
Bla
ck
Y
a
Bl
ck
Wire Nut
Install Line
Thermostat
Here
Install Line
Thermostat
Here
Wire Nut
Bla
ck
Y
Bla
ck
Wire Nut
ASC01A
ANTI-SHORT -CYCLE CONTROL KIT
Y
Not for use with
ComfortNet System
SHORT CYCLE
PROTECTOR
Y1 R1
Y2 R2
YELLOW 1
CONTACTOR
T2 T1
Y
BLACK 1
THERMOSTAT
WIRE
L2 L1
C
BLACK 1
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UNIT
TERMINAL
BOARD
ACCESSORIES
COIL ACCESSORIES
COIL MODEL
TX2N4A
TXV KIT
CA*F18246*
X
TX3N4
TXV KIT
TX5N4
TXV KIT
FSK01A FREEZE
PROTECTION KIT
X
CA*F30306*
X
X
CA*F31316*
CA*F36366*
CA*F36426*
X
X
X
CA*F37436*
CA*F48606*
CA*F49616*
CHPF18246*
X
X
CHPF24306*
CHPF36366*
X
X
CHPF36426*
X
X
CHPF37436*
CHPF48606*
CSCF1824N6*
X
X
CSCF3036N6*
X
CSCF3642N6*
X
X
X
X
CSCF4860N6*
HK* SERIES ELETRIC HEAT KITS ELECTRIC HEAT KIT APPLICATIONS - MBR, MBE, MBVC
BLOWER
NO HEAT
HKR-03*
HKR05-(C)'
HKR-06*
HKR-08(C)*
HKR-10(C)*
HKA-15C*
HKA-20C*
^HKR3-15*
^HKR3-20A
ELECTRIC HEAT KIT
MBR0800AA-1AA
-
X
X
X
X
X
-
-
MBR1200AA-1AA
-
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
MBR1600AA-1AA
-
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
MBR2000AA-1AA
-
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
MBE1200AA-1AA
-
-
-
-
X
X
-
-
-
-
MBE1600AA-1AA
-
-
-
-
-
X
-
-
-
-
MBE2000AA-1AA
-
-
-
-
-
X
-
-
-
-
MBE1200AA-1BA
-
X
X
X
X
X
-
-
-
-
MBE1600AA-1BA
-
X
X
X
X
X
-
-
-
-
MBE2000AA-1AA
-
X
X
X
X
X
-
-
-
-
MBVC1200AA-1**
-
X
X
X
X
X
X
-
-
-
MBVC1600AA-1**
-
X
X
X
X
X
X
-
-
-
MBVC2000AA-1**
-
X
X
X
X
X
-
X
-
-
X = Allowable combinations
- = Restricted combinations
^ = Circuit 1: Single Phase for Air Handler Motor
Circuit 2: 3-Phase for HKR3 Heater Kits
49
ACCESSORIES
ELECTRIC HEAT KIT APPLICATIONS - ARPF
ARPF1824
1/16
ARPF1931
1/16
ARPF3030
1/16
ARPF3642
1/16
ARPF3743
1/16
ARPF4860
1/16
HKR-03*
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKR-05*, HKR-05C*
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKR-06*
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
1
X
X
X
X
1
1
HKR-08*, HKR-08C*
X
X
1
HKR-10*, HKR-10C*
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKA-15C*
X2
X2
X2
X3
X3
X
2
3
3
X
3
HKA-20C*
X
X
2
X
3
^ HKR3-15*
X
X
X
X
^ HKR3-20*
X2
X3
X3
X
* Revision level that may or may not be designated
C Circuit breaker option
^ Heat kit required three-phase power supply
1
Air handler must either be on medium or high speed
2
Air handler must be on high speed
3
For static pressure of 0.6 or higher, air handler must be on medium or high speed.
ELECTRIC HEAT KIT APPLICATIONS - ARUF
ARUF1729
1/16
ARUF1824
1/16
ARUF1931
1/16
ARUF3030
1/16
ARUF3642
1/16
ARUF3743
1/16
ARUF4860
1/16
HKR-03*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKR-05*, HKR-05C*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
3
3
HKR-06*
X
HKR-08*, HKR-08C*
X
HKR-10*, HKR-10C*
HKA-15C*
HKA-20C*
^ HKR3-15*
^ HKR3-20*
1
1
X
2
X
X
X
X
X
1
1
2
1
X
1
X
2
X
1
X
2
X
2
X
2
X
2
X
* Revision level that may or may not be designated
C Circuit breaker option
^ Heat kit required three-phase power supply
1
Air handler must either be on medium or high speed
2
Air handler must be on high speed
3
For static pressure of 0.6 or higher, air handler must be on medium or high speed.
50
X
X
X
X
3
3
3
X
3
X
3
X
3
X
X
X
X
X
ACCESSORIES
ELECTRIC HEAT KIT APPLICATIONS - ADPF
ADPF182416
ADPF304216
ADPF486016
ADPF4486016
HKR-03*
X
X
X
X
HKR-05*, HKR-05C*
X
X
X
X
HKR-06*
X
X
X
X
1
1
1
X
1
X
2
X
HRK-08*, HKR-08C*
X
X
1
HKR-10*, HKR-10C*
X
1
X
X
X
1
HKA-15C*
X
X
X
HKA-20C*
-
X
X
2
X
^HKR3-15*
-
X
X
X
^HKR3-20*
-
X
X
X
*
1
Revision level that may or may not be designated
C Circuit Breaker option
1
Air handler must be on speed tap 2, 3, 4 or 5
Air handler must be on speed tap 4 or 5
2
3
^ Heat kit requires 3-phase power supply
Air handler must be on speed tap 3, 4 or 5
ELECTRIC HEAT KIT APPLICATIONS - AEPF
AEPF183016
AEPF303616
AEPF313716
AEPF426016
HKR-05*, HKR-05C*
X
X
HRK-08*, HKR-08C
X
X
X
HKR-10*, HKR-10C
1
X
X
X
1
1
X
X
HKA-15C*
X
X
2
HKA-20C*
X
*
Revision level that may or may not be designated
C Circuit Breaker option
1
This heater kit can be used ONLY for 1000 CFM or higher applications
2
This heater kit can be used ONLY for 1200 CFM or higher applications
HKA-15C*
HKA-20C*
X
HKR-10*/-10C*
X
HKR-08*/-08C*
HKR-05*/-05C*
AVPTC183014A*
HKR-06*
MODELS
HKR-03*
ELECTRIC HEAT KIT APPLICATIONS - AVPTC
X
X
1
X
1
---
---
1
X1
2
X
X
X
X
X3
AVPTC313714A*
X
X
X
X
AVPTC426014A*
X
X
X
X
*
Revision level that may or may not be designated.
NOTE:
C
Circuit breaker option.
When 8kW and 10kW heat kits are used with an AVPTC1830 and AVPTC3137, matched with 2- ton outdoor unit, see Note 1 below.
1
Set Heater Kit dip switches 9, 10 and 11 to 6kW setting (9-ON, 10-OFF,11-ON) to obtain 840 CFM.
2
This heater kit can only be used for ‘1000 CFM or higher’ applications.
3
This heater kit can only be used for ‘1200 CFM or higher’ applications.
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ACCESSORIES
ELECTRIC HEAT KIT APPLICATIONS - ASPF
ASPF183016
ASPF303616
ASPF313716
ASPF426016
HKR-03*
X
X
X
X
HKR-05*, HKR-05C*
X
X
X
X
HKR-06*
X
X
X
X
HRK-08*, HKR-08C*
X1
X1
X1
X
HKR-10*, HKR-10C*
1
X
1
X
1
X
X
+HKR3-15*
X
2
X
2
X
2
X
X2
X2
X1
X2
X2
X1
+HKR3-20*
HKA-15C*
X2
2
HKA-20C*
2
X
X
1
1
X
*
Revision level that may or may not be designated
C Circuit Breaker option
+ Heat kit requires 3-phase power supply
1
2
3
Air handler must be on speed tap 2, 3, 4 or 5
Air handler must be on speed tap 4 or 5
Air handler must be on speed tap 3, 4 or 5
DRAIN PAN INSULATION KITS - ARUF**14**, ARPT**14**, ASPT**14** & ASUF**14**
MODEL LIST FOR DOW NFLOW KITS
DFK-B
Dow nflow Kit
DFK-C
Dow nflow Kit
DFK-D
Dow nflow Kit
ARU F18B1 4**
AR U F30 C1 4**
AR U F4 8D 14**
ARU F24B1 4**
AR U F36 C1 4**
AR U F6 0D 14**
ARU F30B1 4**
AR U F42 C1 4**
AR PT3 6D 14**
ARPT18 B14 **
AR PT36C 14 **
AR PT4 2D 14**
ARPT24 B14 **
ASPT36C 14 **
AR PT4 8D 14**
ARPT30 B14 **
ASPT42C 14 **
AR PT6 0D 14**
ASPT48C 14 **
ASPT48D 14 **
ASU F49C 14 **
ASPT60D 14 **
ASPT24 B14 **
ASU F5 9D 14**
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ACCESSORIES
ARPT**14**
ARPT
Heat Kit Applications
Type / model
18B14-A*
24B14-A*
30B14-A*
36C14-A*
36D14-A*
42D14-A*
48D14-A*
60D14-A*
HKSX03XC*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSX05XC*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSX06XC*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSX08XC*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSX10XC*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSX15XF*
X
X
X
X
X
HKSX20XF*
X
X
X
X
X
HKSC05XC*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSC08XC*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSC10XC*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSC15XA*
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSC15XB*
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSC15XF*
X
X
X
X
X
HKSC19CA*
X
HKSC19CB*
X
HKSC20DA*
X
X
X
X
HKSC20DB*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSC20XF*
X
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ACCESSORIES
ARUF**14**
ARUF
Heat Kit Applications
Type / model
18B14-A*
24B14-B*
24B14-C*
30B14-A*
30C14-B*
36C14-B*
42C14-A*
48D14-A*
60D14-A*
HKSX03XC*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSX05XC*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSX06XC*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSX08XC*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSX10XC*
X
X
X
X
HKSX15XF*
HKSX20XF*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSC05XC*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSC08XC*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSC10XC*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSC15XA*
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSC15XB*
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSC15XF*
X
X
X
X
X
HKSC19CA*
X
X
X
HKSC19CB*
X
X
X
HKSC20DA*
X
X
HKSC20DB*
X
X
HKSC20XF*
X
X
HKSC25DC*
* Revisio n level that may o r may no t be designated
X
X
X
X
Refer to the minimum airflo w requirements fo r each o f the heat kits.
*ARUF
ARPT
3
5
6
8
HEATER (kW)
10
18
24
715
715
715
715
715
715
715
715
950
950
30B
30C
715
715
1170
715
1170
715
1170
36
1170
1170
42
48
1170
1590
60
1590
Minimum CFM required f or Heater Kits
54
X
X
15
19
875
117 0
875
1345
1345
1170
117 0
1345
1345
1170
1590
1170
1590
117 0
159 0
1345
1715
1345
1590
1590
159 0
1715
20
25
1715
1715
1715
1715
ACCESSORIES
ASUF**14**
ASUF
Heat Kit Applications
Type / model
29B14-A*
39C14-A*
49C14-A*
59D14-A*
HKSX03XC*
X
X
X
X
HKSX05XC*
X
X
X
X
HKSX06XC*
X
X
X
X
HKSX08XC*
X
X
X
X
HKSX10XC*
X
X
X
X
HKSX15XF*
X
X
X
HKSX20XF*
X
X
X
HKSC05XC*
X
X
X
X
HKSC08XC*
X
X
X
X
HKSC10XC*
X
X
X
X
HKSC15XA*
X
X
X
HKSC15XB*
X
X
X
HKSC15XF*
X
X
X
HKSC19CA*
X
X
HKSC19CB*
X
X
HKSC20DA*
X
HKSC20DB*
X
HKSC20XF*
X
X
X
HKSC25DC*
X
* Revision level that may or may not be designated.
Refer to the minimum airflo w requirements fo r each of the heat kits.
ASUF
29
39
49
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3
5
6
8
HEATER (kW)
10
15
19
715
715
1170
715
1170
715
1170
875
1170
1345
1345
1170
1590
1170
1590
1170
1590
1170
1590
1345
1715
1345
20
25
1715
1715
Minimum CFM required f or Heater Kits
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ACCESSORIES
ASPT**14**
ASPT
Heat Kit Applications
Type / model
24B14-A*
30C14-A*
36C14-A*
42C14-A*
48C14-A*
42D14-A*
48D14-A*
60D14-A*
HKSX03XC*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSX05XC*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSX06XC*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSX08XC*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSX10XC*
X
X
HKSX15XF*
HKSX20XF*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSC05XC*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSC08XC*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSC10XC*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSC15XA*
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSC15XB*
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSC15XF*
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSC19CA*
X
X
X
HKSC19CB*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HKSC20DA*
HKSC20DB*
HKSC20XF*
X
X
X
HKSC25DC*
* Rev is io n level that may o r m ay no t be designated.
Refer to the m inim um airflo w requirem ents fo r each o f the heat k its.
3
5
6
715
715
ASPT24B14 715
715
715
ASPT30C14 730
1170
1170
ASPT36C14 NR
1170
1170
ASPT42C14 NR
1170
1170
ASPT48C14 NR
ASPT42D1
NR
1590
1590
ASPT48D1
NR
1590
1590
ASPT60D1
NR
1590
1590
MINIMUM CFM REQUIRED FOR HEATER KITS
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Heater (KW)
8
10
715
875
715
950
1170
1170
1170
1170
1170
1170
1590
1590
1590
1590
1590
1590
15
NR
NR
1345
1345
1345
1715
1715
1715
19
NR
NR
1345
1345
1345
NR
NR
NR
20
NR
NR
1345
1345
1345
1715
1715
1715
25
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
1715
1715
ACCESSORIES
AVPTC**14**
AVP TC
He at Kit A pplications
Ty pe / M odel
24B14-A *
30C14-A *
H KS X03 XC
X
X
H KS X05 XC
X
H KS X06 XC
H KS X08 XC
H KS X10 XC
42D 14-A *
†
48D 14-A *
††
60D 14-A *
36C14-A *
48C14-A *
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
†††
X
H KS X15 XF*
H KS X20 XF*
X
X
X
X
X
H KS C05XC
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
H KS C08XC
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
H KS C10XC
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
H KS C15XA
X
X
X
X
X
H KS C15XB
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
H KS C20 DA
X
X
X
H KS C20D B
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
20
21 or 25
H KS C15 XF*
X
X
H KS C1 9CA*
X
X
H KS C1 9CB*
X
X
H KS C X20XF*
X
X
H KS C2 5DC*
* R ev is io n lev el that m ay o r m ay no t be des ignated.
R ef er to the m inim um airflo w requirem ent s f o r eac h o f t he heat k its .
†For match up wi th a 2 ton outdoor uni t: He ater ki t appl i ca Ɵon s ha l l not exce ed 10 kW.
Ai rfl ow for 5 kW up to 10 kW hea ter ki ts s hal l be se t to 850 cfm s pee d ta p of ON-ON-ON.
††For match up wi th a 3 ton outdoor unit: Hea ter ki t appl i caƟon s ha l l not exce ed 15 kW.
Ai rfl ow for 5 kW up to 15 kW hea ter ki ts s hal l be se t to 1400 cfm s peed ta p of ON-ON-OFF.
†††For match up wi th a 3.5 ton outdoor uni t: He ater ki t appl i ca Ɵon s ha l l not e xce ed 20 kW.
Ai rfl ow for 5 kW up to 20 kW hea ter ki ts s hal l be s e t to 1620 cfm s peed tap of ON-ON-OFF
** 3 kW hea ter ki t i s not appl i ca bl e for thi s i ndoor appl i ca ti on.
He a te r ki t (Kw)
3
5
6
8
10
15
19
AVPTC24B14
550
650
700
800
850
NR
NR
NR
NR
AVPTC30C14
600
700
750
875
950
NR
NR
NR
NR
AVPTC36C14
NR
850
900
1000
1200
1440
1500
1500
NR
AVPTC48C14
AVPTC42D14
†
AVPTC48D14
††
AVPTC60D14
†††
NR
850
900
1000
1200
1440
1500
1500
NR
850**
1250
1300
1500
1550
1720
NR
1800
NR
NR
1250
1300
1500
1550
1720
NR
1815
1850
NR
1250
1300
1500
1550
1780
NR
1850
1850
MI NIMUM CFM REQUIRED FOR HEATER KITS, See note s be l ow
Note : Ai rfl ow da ta s hown a ppl i e s to the e l e ctri c he a t onl y i n ei the r l e ga cy mode or communi ca ti ng mode opera ti on
NR - Not ra te d
* Wi thi n thermos ta t us er me nu CTK0* communi ca ti ng thermos ta t wi l l di s pl a y 20KW for OFF- OFF- ON di p s wi tch s e l e cti on,
21kW for
†For ma tch up wi th a 2 ton outdoor uni t: Hea te r ki t a ppl i ca Ɵon s ha l l not e xce ed 10 kW.
Ai rfl ow for 5 kW up to 10 kW he a te r ki ts s ha l l be s et to 850 cfm s pee d ta p of ON-ON-ON.
††For ma tch up wi th a 3 ton outdoor uni t: He a te r ki t a ppl i ca Ɵon s ha l l not e xcee d 15 kW.
Ai rfl ow for 5 kW up to 15 kW he a te r ki ts s ha l l be s et to 1300 cfm s pe e d ta p of ON-OFF-ON.
†††For ma tch up wi th a 3.5 ton outdoor uni t: He a ter ki t a ppl i ca Ɵon s ha l l not e xce e d 20 kW.
Ai rfl ow for 5 kW up to 20 kW hea ter ki ts s ha l l be s e t to 1500 cfm s pe ed ta p of ON-OFF-OFF
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PRODUCT DESIGN
This section gives a basic description of cooling unit operation, its various components and their basic operation.
Ensure your system is properly sized for heat gain and loss
according to methods of the Air Conditioning Contractors
Association (ACCA) or equivalent.
CONDENSING UNIT
The condenser air is pulled through the condenser coil by a
direct drive propeller fan. This condenser air is then discharged out of the top of the cabinet. These units are
designed for free air discharge, so no additional resistance,
like duct work, shall be attached.
The suction and liquid line connections on present models
are of the sweat type for field piping with refrigerant type
copper. Front seating valves are factory installed to accept
the field run copper. The total refrigerant charge for a normal
installation is factory installed in the condensing unit.
GSX, GSZ, ASX, ASZ, SSX, SSZ, DSX, DSZ, VSX, and VSZ
models are available in 1 1/2 through 5 ton sizes and use R410A refrigerant. They are designed for 208/230 volt single
phase applications.
GSX/GSZ *****2 models are available in 2 and 3 ton sizes and
use R-410A refrigerant. They are designed for 220/240 volt
single phase applications.
GSX/GSZ *****3 models are available in 3, 4, and 5 ton sizes
and use R-410A refrigerant. They are designed for 208/230
volt 3-phase applications.
GSX/GSZ *****4 models are available in 3, 4, and 5 ton sizes
and use R-410A refrigerant. They are designed for 380/420
volt 3-phase applications.
GSX/GSZ *****5 models are available in 3, 4, and 5 ton sizes
and use R-410A refrigerant. They are designed for 380/420
volt 3-phase applications.
ASX, ASZ, DSX and DSZ R-410A model units use the
Copeland Scroll "Ultratech" Series compressors which are
specifically designed for R-410A refrigerant. These units also
have Copeland® ComfortAlert diagnostics.
GSX, GSZ, SSX, SSZ, VSX, and VSZ R-410A model units,
except for GSX130181C*, VSX130181B*, VSX130241E*,
VSX130421B*, and VSX130481B*, use the Copeland Scroll
"Ultratech" Series compressors which are specifically designed for R-410A refrigerant.
ASXC, ASZC, DSXC, DSZC models are available in 2
through 5 ton sizes and use R-410A refrigerant. They are
designed for 208/230 volt single phase applications.
ASXC, ASZC, DSXC, DSZC R-410A model units use the
Copeland Scroll "Ultratech" Series compressors which are
specifically designed for R-410A refrigerant. These units also
have Copeland® ComfortAlert diagnostics. The Copeland®
ComfortAlert diagnostics are integrated into the unitary (UC)
control. These models are ComfortNetTM ready.
There are a number of design characteristics which are
different from the traditional reciprocating and/or scroll compressors.
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"Ultractech" Series scroll compressors will not have a discharge thermostat. Some of the early model scroll compressors required discharge thermostat.
"Ultratech" Series scroll compressors use "POE" or
polyolester oil which is NOT compatible with mineral oil
based lubricants like 3GS. "POE" oil must be used if
additional oil is required.
COILS AND BLOWER COILS - LEGACY
MODELS
MBR/MBE/MBVC blower cabinets are designed to be used
as a two-piece blower and coil combination. MBR/MBE/
MBVC blower sections can be attached to cased evaporator
coil. This two-piece arrangement allows for a variety of mixmatching possibilities providing greater flexibility. The MBE/
MBVC blower cabinets use a variable speed motor that
maintains a constant airflow with a higher duct static.
MBE/MBVC blower cabinests are approved for applications
with cooling coils of up to 0.8 inches W.C. external static
pressure. The MBE models includes a feature that allows
airflow to be changed by +10% or -15%. The MBVC models
allow airflow trimming of +/-10%.
The MBR blower cabinet uses a PSC motor. It is approved for
applications with cooling coils of up to 0.5 inches W.C.
external static pressure.
The MBR/MBE/MBVC blower cabinets with proper coil
matches can be positioned for upflow, counterflow, horizontal
right or horizontal left operation. All units are constructed with
R-4.2 insulation. In areas of extreme humidity (greater than
80% consistently), insulate the exterior of the blower with
insulation having a vapor barrier equivalent to ductwork
insulation, providing local codes permit.
The CAUF, CAPF and CAPT coils are designed for upflow and
counterflow applications. The CACF and CHPF coils are
designed for horizontal applications.
Communicating Unitary Control (UC) PCB
The Communicating System Unitary Control PCB is a microprocessor-based control for heat pump and air conditioning
condensing units with single-phase compressors up to 5 ton
capacity operating on standard residential or Delta and Wye
commercial power. The control incorporates the basic functionality of existing defrost controls, outdoor thermostats,
contactors, compressor staging controls, short cycle controls, line voltage monitors, Comfort Alert™ or CoreSense
Module (dependent upon which module you are using), two
speed condenser fan relays and the Active Protection component of enabled thermostats. The control is designed to
work as part of a fully communicating HVAC system with 4
wires. The control also supports legacy 24VAC thermostat
inputs for Y1, Y2, O and 24VAC outputs for RVS, W1, and L
for non-communicating systems. Outputs include compressor power, compressor stage select, and outdoor fan high
and outdoor fan low speed. System inputs include high/low
pressure switches, as well as thermistor inputs for outdoor
coil temperature and outdoor air temperature.
PRODUCT DESIGN
The ASX & ASXC [16 & 18], ASZ & ASZC [16 & 18], DSX &
DSXC [16 & 18] and DSZ & DSZC [16 & 18] series split
system units use a two-stage scroll compressor. The twostep modulator has an internal unloading mechanism that
opens a bypass port in the first compression pocket, effectively reducing the displacement of the scroll. The opening
and closing of the bypass port is controlled by an internal
electrically operated solenoid.
As this motion occurs, the pockets between the two forms
are slowly pushed to the center of the two scrolls while
simultaneously being reduced in volume. When the pocket
reaches the center of the scroll form, the gas, which is now
at a high pressure, is discharged out of a port located at the
center.
During compression, several pockets are being compressed
simultaneously, resulting in a very smooth process. Both the
suction process (outer portion of the scroll members) and the
discharge process (inner portion) are continuous.
Some design characteristics of the Compliant Scroll compressor are:
The ZPS/ZRS two-step modulated scroll uses a single step
of unloading to go from full capacity to approximately 67%
capacity. A single speed, high efficiency motor continues to
run while the scroll modulates between the two capacity
steps.
• Compliant Scroll compressors are more tolerant of liquid
refrigerant.
NOTE: Even though the compressor section of a Scroll
compressor is more tolerant of liquid refrigerant, continued floodback or flooded start conditions may wash oil
from the bearing surfaces causing premature bearing
failure.
• "Ultratech" Series scroll compressors use "POE" or
polyolester oil which is NOT compatible with mineral oil
based lubricants like 3GS. "POE" oil must be used if
additional oil is required.
• Compliant scroll compressors perform "quiet" shutdowns
that allow the compressor to restart immediately without
the need for a time delay. This compressor will restart
even if the system has not equalized.
FIGURE A
A scroll is an involute spiral which, when matched with a
mating scroll form as shown, generates a series of crescent
shaped gas pockets between the two members.
NOTE: Operating pressures and amp draws may differ
from standard reciprocating compressors. This information can be found in the unit's Technical Information
Manual.
During compression, one scroll remains stationary (fixed
scroll) while the other form (orbiting scroll) is allowed to orbit
(but not rotate) around the first form.
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PRODUCT DESIGN
CAPACITY CONTROL - LEGACY MODELS
During the compression process, there are several pockets
within the scroll that are compressing gas. Modulation is
achieved by venting a portion of the gas in the first suction
pocket back to the low side of the compressor thereby
reducing the effective displacement of the compressor. See
Figure A. Full capacity is achieved by blocking these vents,
increasing the displacement to 100%. A solenoid in the
compressor, controlled by an external 24-volt ac signal,
moves the slider ring that covers and uncovers these vents.
The vent covers are arranged in such a manner that the
compressor operates somewhere around 67% capacity when
the solenoid is not energized and 100% capacity when the
solenoid is energized. The loading and unloading of the two
step scroll is done “on the fly” without shutting off the motor
between steps. See Figure B below. The unloaded mode
default was chosen for two reasons:
CAPACITY CONTROL - COMFORTNETTM
MODELS
During the compression process, there are several pockets
within the scroll that are compressing gas. Modulation is
achieved by venting a portion of the gas in the first suction
pocket back to the low side of the compressor thereby
reducing the effective displacement of the compressor. See
Figure A. Full capacity is achieved by blocking these vents,
increasing the displacement to 100%. A solenoid in the
compressor, controlled by an external 24-volt ac signal,
moves the slider ring that covers and uncovers these vents.
The vent covers are arranged in such a manner that the
compressor operates somewhere around 67% capacity when
the solenoid is not energized and 100% capacity when the
solenoid is energized. The loading and unloading of the two
step scroll is done “on the fly” without shutting off the motor
between steps. See Figure C below. The unloaded mode
default was chosen for two reasons:
Molded Plug*
Line
Run Capacitor
Line
Internal Unloader
Coil
24 VAC
*Rectifier is integrated on the UC PCB
FIGURE B
FIGURE C
1. It is expected that the majority of run hours will be in the
low capacity, unloaded mode.
1. It is expected that the majority of run hours will be in the
low capacity, unloaded mode.
2. It allows a simple two-stage thermostat to control capacity through the second stage in both cooling and possibly
heating if desired.
2. It allows a simple two-stage thermostat to control capacity through the second stage in both cooling and possibly
heating if desired.
UNLOADER SOLENOID
UNLOADER SOLENOID
A nominal 24-volt direct current coil activates the internal
unloader solenoid. The input control circuit voltage must be
18 to 28 volt ac. The coil power requirement is 20 VA. The
external electrical connection is made with a molded plug
assembly. This plug is connected to the Comfort Alert™ or
CoreSense™ Module (dependent upon which module you are
using) which contains a full wave rectifier to supply direct
current to the unloader coil.
A nominal 24-volt direct current coil activates the internal
unloader solenoid. The input control circuit voltage must be
18 to 28 volt ac. The coil power requirement is 20 VA. The
external electrical connection is made with a molded plug
assembly. This plug is connected to the Communicating
Unitary Control PCB (UC PCB) which contains a full wave
rectifier to supply direct current to the unloader coil.
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SYSTEM OPERATION
COOLING
The refrigerant used in the system is R-410A. It is a clear,
colorless, non-toxic and non-irritating liquid. R-410A is a
50:50 blend of R-32 and R-125. The boiling point at atmospheric pressure is -62.9°F.
The check valve at the indoor coil will open by the flow of
refrigerant letting the now condensed liquid refrigerant bypass the indoor expansion device. The check valve at the
outdoor coil will be forced closed by the refrigerant flow,
thereby utilizing the outdoor expansion device.
A few of the important principles that make the refrigeration
cycle possible are: heat always flows from a warmer to a
cooler body. Under lower pressure, a refrigerant will absorb
heat and vaporize at a low temperature. The vapors may be
drawn off and condensed at a higher pressure and temperature to be used again.
The restrictor orifice used with the CA*F, CHPF and CH**FCB
coils will be forced onto a seat when running in the cooling
cycle, only allowing liquid refrigerant to pass through the
orifice opening. In the heating cycle, it will be forced off the
seat allowing liquid to flow around the restrictor. A check valve
is not required in this circuit.
The indoor evaporator coil functions to cool and dehumidify
the air conditioned spaces through the evaporative process
taking place within the coil tubes.
COOLING CYCLE
NOTE: The pressures and temperatures shown in the
refrigerant cycle illustrations on the following pages are for
demonstration purposes only. Actual temperatures and pressures are to be obtained from the "Expanded Performance
Chart".
Liquid refrigerant at condensing pressure and temperatures,
(270 psig and 122°F), leaves the outdoor condensing coil
through the drier and is metered into the indoor coil through
the metering device. As the cool, low pressure, saturated
refrigerant enters the tubes of the indoor coil, a portion of the
liquid immediately vaporizes. It continues to soak up heat and
vaporizes as it proceeds through the coil, cooling the indoor
coil down to about 48°F.
Heat is continually being transferred to the cool fins and tubes
of the indoor evaporator coil by the warm system air. This
warming process causes the refrigerant to boil. The heat
removed from the air is carried off by the vapor.
As the vapor passes through the last tubes of the coil, it
becomes superheated. That is, it absorbs more heat than is
necessary to vaporize it. This is assurance that only dry gas
will reach the compressor. Liquid reaching the compressor
can weaken or break compressor valves.
The compressor increases the pressure of the gas, thus
adding more heat, and discharges hot, high pressure superheated gas into the outdoor condenser coil.
In the condenser coil, the hot refrigerant gas, being warmer
than the outdoor air, first loses its superheat by heat transferred from the gas through the tubes and fins of the coil. The
refrigerant now becomes saturated, part liquid, part vapor and
then continues to give up heat until it condenses to a liquid
alone. Once the vapor is fully liquefied, it continues to give up
heat which subcools the liquid, and it is ready to repeat the
cycle.
HEATING
The heating portion of the refrigeration cycle is similar to the
cooling cycle. By energizing the reversing valve solenoid coil,
the flow of the refrigerant is reversed. The indoor coil now
becomes the condenser coil, and the outdoor coil becomes
the evaporator coil.
For legacy room thermostat: When the room thermostat calls
for cool, the contacts of the room thermostat close making
terminals R to Y1 & G (if thermostat calls for low stage cool),
or R to Y1, Y2 & G (if thermostat calls for high stage cool),
the low voltage circuit of the transformer is completed.
Current now flows through the magnetic holding coils of the
compressor contactor (CC) and fan relay (RFC). If thermostat
calls for high stage cool, the microprocessor on the UC board
will also energize the compressor high stage solenoid to run
the compressor at full capacity.
This draws in the normally open contact CC, starting the
compressor and condenser fan motors in either low or high
stage depending on the thermostat’s demand. At the same
time, contacts RFC close, starting the indoor fan motor.
When the thermostat is satisfied, it opens its contacts,
breaking the low voltage circuit, causing the compressor
contactor and indoor fan relay to open, shutting down the
system.
If the room thermostat fan selector switch should be set on
the “on” position, then the indoor blower would run continuously rather than cycling with the compressor.
GSZ, ASZ, SSZ, DSZ, and VSZ models energize the reversing valve thorough the "O" circuit in the room thermostat.
Therefore, the reversing valve remains energized as long as
the thermostat subbase is in the cooling position. The only
exception to this is during defrost.
For heat pumps, during cooling cycle the reversing valve is
energized as the room thermostat closes “O” terminal to R
and the microprocessor on the UC board responds to such a
condition by energizing the solenoid coil on the reversing
valve.
For communicating room thermostat: When the room thermostat calls for either low stage cool or high stage cool,
appropriate commands are sent via the data 1 and data 2 lines
to the outdoor unit's UC control. The UC control energizes the
on-board compressor relay and the on-board outdoor fan
relay. The compressor high stage solenoid is energized if it
is a high stage call.
The UC control sends a fan command to the indoor unit (air
handler or furnace). The indoor unit operates the indoor
blower at the appropriate airflow level. The system operates
at the cooling level demanded by the thermostat.
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SYSTEM OPERATION
When the thermostat is satisfied, appropriate commands are
sent to the UC control. The compressor relay and outdoor
fan relay is de-energized. The compressor high stage
solenoid is de-energized if it was energized. The UC control
sends an appropriate command to the indoor unit to deenergize the indoor blower motor.
If room thermostat fan status is set to be “on”, then indoor
blower would run continuously rather than cycling with the
compressor.
For heat pumps, the reversing valve is energized during a
cooling a cycle. The call for cooling from the communicating
thermostat indicates to the control that the reversing valve is
to be energized during cooling operation.
DEFROST CYCLE - LEGACY MODELS
The defrosting of the outdoor coil is jointly controlled by the
defrost control board and the defrost thermostat.
Solid State Defrost Control
During operation the power to the circuit board is controlled
by a temperature sensor, which is clamped to a return bend
(3/8" coils) or a feeder tube (5 mm coils) entering the outdoor
coil. Defrost timing periods of 30, 60, or 90 minutes may be
selected by connecting the circuit board jumper to 30, 60, or
90 respectively. Accumulation of time for the timing period
selected starts when the sensor closes (approximately 31°
F), and when the room thermostat calls for heat. At the end
of the timing period, the unit’s defrost cycle will be initiated
provided the sensor remains closed. When the sensor opens
(approximately 75° F), the defrost cycle is terminated and the
timing period is reset. If the defrost cycle is not terminated
due to the sensor temperature, a ten minute override interrupts the unit’s defrost period. The new upgraded defrost
control has a 12 minute override interrupt.
DEFROST CYCLE - COMFORTNETTM MODELS
The defrosting of the outdoor coil is jointly controlled by the
UC PCB and the outdoor coil temperature (OCT) sensor.
The OCT sensor is clamped to a feeder tube entering the
outdoor coil. Defrost timing periods of 30, 60, 90 or 120
minutes may be selected via the dipswitch settings on the UC
PCB. In a communicating system, the defrost timing periods
can also be selected in the communicating thermostat user
menu. During operation the microprocessor on the UC checks
coil temperature via the OCT sensor every 30, 60, 90, or 120
minutes when there is a call for heating. If by the time the
microprocessor checks the coil temperature, and it's low
enough (approximately 31°F), and if there is a call for heat
from the thermostat, the PCB will initiate a defrost. When the
microprocessor detects the coil temperature to be high
enough (approximately 75 0F), or 10 minutes of maximum
defrost cycle time has elapsed, whichever occurs first, the
defrost cycle is terminated and the timing period is reset. The
field service personnel can also advance a heat pump to the
defrost cycle by simultaneously pressing the “TEST” button
and the “RECALL” button on the UC board.
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HEATING CYCLE
The reversing valve on the GSZ, SSZ, ASZ and DSZ models
is energized in the cooling cycle through the "O" terminal on
the room thermostat.
These models have a 24 volt reversing valve coil. When the
thermostat selector switch is set in the cooling position, the
"O" terminal on the thermostat is energized all the time.
Care must be taken when selecting a room thermostat. Refer
to the installation instructions shipped with the product for
approved thermostats.
HEATING CYCLE
For legacy room thermostat: When the room thermostat
calls for heat, the contacts of the room thermostat close
making terminals R to Y & G, the low voltage circuit of the
transformer is completed. Current now flows through the
magnetic holding coils of the compressor contactor (CC) and
fan relay (RFC).
This draws in the normally open contact CC, starting the
compressor condenser fan motors. At the same time,
contacts RFC close, starting the indoor fan motor.
When the thermostat is satisfied, it opens its contacts,
breaking the low voltage circuit, causing the compressor
contactor and indoor fan relay to open, shutting down the
system.
If the room thermostat fan selector switch should be set to
the “on” position, then the indoor blower would run continuously rather than cycling with the compressor.
For communicating room thermostat: When the room thermostat calls for either low stage heat or high stage heat,
appropriate commands are sent via the data 1 and data 2
lines to the outdoor unit's UC control. The UC control
energizes the on-board compressor relay and the on-board
outdoor fan relay. The compressor high stage solenoid is
energized if it is a high stage call. The UC control sends a
fan command to the indoor unit (air handler or furnace). The
indoor unit operates the indoor blower at the appropriate
airflow level. The system operates at the cooling level
demanded by the thermostat.
SYSTEM OPERATION
COOLING CYCLE
Reversing Valve
(Energized)
Indoor
Coil
Outdoor
Coil
Accumulator
Thermostatic
Expansion
Valve
Bi-Flow
Filter Dryer
Check Valve
HEATING CYCLE
Reversing Valve
(De-Energized)
Indoor
Coil
Outdoor
Coil
Accumulator
Thermostatic
Expansion
Valve
Bi-Flow
Filter Dryer
Check Valve
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SYSTEM OPERATION
EXPANSION VALVE/CHECK VALVE ASSEMBLY
IN COOLING OPERATION
EXPANSION VALVE/CHECK VALVE ASSEMBLY
IN HEATING OPERATION
Most expansion valves used in current Amana® Brand Heat Pump products
use an internally checked expansion valve.
This type of expansion valve does not require an external check valve as shown above.
However, the principle of operation is the same.
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RESTRICTOR ORIFICE ASSEMBLY
IN COOLING OPERATION
RESTRICTOR ORIFICE ASSEMBLY
IN HEATING OPERATION
In the cooling mode, the orifice is pushed into its
seat, forcing refrigerant to flow through the metered
hole in the center of the orifice.
In the heating mode, the orifice moves back off its
seat, allowing refrigerant to flow unmetered around
the outside of the orifice.
SYSTEM OPERATION
When the thermostat is satisfied, appropriate commands are
sent to the UC control. The compressor relay and outdoor
fan relay is de-energized. The compressor high stage
solenoid is de-energized if it was energized. The UC control
sends an appropriate command to the indoor unit to deenergize the indoor blower motor.
AFE18-60A CONTROL BOARD
DESCRIPTION
The AFE18 control is designed for use in heat pump applications where the indoor coil is located above/downstream of a
gas or fossil fuel furnace. It will operate with single and two
stage heat pumps and single and two stage furnaces. The
AFE18 control will turn the heat pump unit off when the
furnace is turned on. An anti-short cycle feature is also
incorporated which initiates a 3 minute timed off delay when
the compressor goes off. On initial power up or loss and
restoration of power, this 3 minute timed off delay will be
initiated. The compressor won’t be allowed to restart until the
3 minute off delay has expired. Also included is a 5 second
de-bounce feature on the “Y, E, W1 and O” thermostat inputs.
These thermostat inputs must be present for 5 seconds
before the AFE18 control will respond to it.
An optional outdoor thermostat, OT18-60A, can be used with
the AFE18 to switch from heat pump operation to furnace
operation below a specific ambient temperature setting, i.e.
break even temperature during heating. When used in this
manner, the “Y” heat demand is switched to the “W1” input
to the furnace by the outdoor thermostat and the furnace is
used to satisfy the first stage “Y” heat demand. On some
controls, if the outdoor thermostat fails closed in this position
during the heating season, it will turn on the furnace during
the cooling season on a “Y” cooling demand. In this
situation, the furnace produces heat and increases the
indoor temperature thereby never satisfying the cooling
demand. The furnace will continue to operate and can only
be stopped by switching the thermostat to the off position or
removing power to the unit and then replacing the outdoor
thermostat. When the AFE18 receives a “Y” and “O”
input from the indoor thermostat, it recognizes this as a
cooling demand in the cooling mode. If the outdoor thermostat is stuck in the closed position switching the “Y” demand
to the “W1” furnace input during the cooling mode as
described above, the AFE18 won’t allow the furnace to
operate. The outdoor thermostat will have to be replaced to
restore the unit to normal operation.
HIGH VOLTAGE!
Disconnect ALL power before servicing
or installing. Multiple power sources
may be present. Failure to do so may
cause property damage, personal injury
or death.
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TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
C OOLING/H P ANALYSIS C HART
Pow er Failure
Blow n Fus e
Unbalanc ed Pow er, 3PH
Loos e Connection
Shorted or Broken Wires
Open Fan Ov erload
Faulty Thermos tat
Faulty Trans f ormer
Shorted or Open Capac itor
Internal Compress or Ov erload Open
Shorted or Grounded Compres s or
Compres s or Stuc k
Faulty Compres s or Contac tor
Faulty Fan Relay
Open Control Circuit
Low V oltage
Faulty Ev ap. Fan Motor
Shorted or Grounded Fan Motor
Improper Cooling A ntic ipator
Shortage of Ref rigerant
Restricted Liquid Line
Open Element or Limit on Elec . Heater
Dirty A ir Filter
Dirty Indoor Coil
Not enough air acros s Indoor Coil
Too muc h air ac ros s Indoor Coil
Ov erc harge of Ref rigerant
Dirty Outdoor Coil
Nonc ondens ibles
Recirc ulation of Condensing A ir
Inf iltration of Outdoor A ir
Improperly Loc ated Thermos tat
A ir Flow Unbalanc ed
Sy stem Unders iz ed
Broken Internal Parts
Broken V alv es
Inef f ic ient Compres s or
Wrong Ty pe Ex pans ion Valv e
Ex pansion Dev ic e Res tric ted
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Unders iz ed Expans ion Valv e
Ex pansion V alv e Bulb Loos e
Inoperativ e Expans ion Valv e
Loos e Hold-dow n Bolts
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Faulty Def ros t Control
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Compressor will not start - fan runs
DOTS IN ANALYSIS
GUIDE INDICATE
"POSSIBLE CAUSE"
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Sys te m
Op e ratin g
Pr e s s ure s
Uns atis factor y
Coo ling/He ating
No Co oling
System will not start
Com plain t
Test V oltage
S-1
Inspec t Fus e Siz e & Ty pe
S-1
Test V oltage
S-1
Inspec t Connec tion - Tighten
S-2, S-3
Test Circ uits With Ohmmeter
S-2, S-3
Test Continuity of Overload
S-17A
Test Continuity of Thermos tat & Wiring
S-3
Chec k Control Circ uit w ith Voltmeter
S-4
Test Capac itor
S-15
Test Continuity of Overload
S-17A
Test Motor Windings
S-17B
Us e Tes t Cord
S-17D
Test Continuity of Coil & Contac ts
S-7, S-8
Test Continuity of Coil A nd Contac ts
S-7
Test Control Circ uit w ith V oltmeter
S-4
Test V oltage
S-1
Repair or Replac e
S-16
Test Motor Windings
S-16
Chec k Resis tanc e of A ntic ipator
S-3B
Test For Leaks , Add Refrigerant
S-101,103
Remove Res tric tion, Replac e Res tric ted Part
S-112
Test Heater Element and Controls
S-26,S-27
Inspec t Filter-Clean or Replac e
Inspec t Coil - Clean
Chec k Blow er Speed, Duc t Static Pres s , Filter
S-200
Reduce Blow er Speed
S-200
Rec over Part of Charge
S-113
Inspec t Coil - Clean
Rec over Charge, Ev ac uate, Rec harge
S-114
Remove Obs truc tion to A ir Flow
Chec k Window s , Doors , V ent Fans , Etc .
Reloc ate Thermos tat
Readjus t A ir V olume Dampers
Ref igure Cooling Load
Replace Compres s or
S-115
Test Compress or Ef f ic ienc y
S-104
Test Compress or Ef f ic ienc y
S-104
Replace Valv e
S-110
Remove Res tric tion or Replac e Ex pans ion Dev ic e
S-110
Replace Valv e
Replace Valv e
Tighten Bulb Brac ket
S-105
Chec k V alv e Operation
S-110
Tighten Bolts
Replace Valv e or Solenoid
S-21, 122
Test Control
S-24
Test Def ros t Thermos tat
S-25
Chec k Flow rator & Seat or Replac e Flow rator
S-111
♦ He atin g Cycle Only (He at Pu m p)
SERVICING
TABLE OF CONTENTS
S-1
S-2
S-3
S-3A
S-3B
S-3C
S-3E
S-4
S-5
S-6
S-7
S-8
S-8A
S-9
S-10
S-10A
S-10B
S-11
S-12
S-13
S-15
S-15A
S-15B
S-16A
S-16B
S-16C
S-16D
S-16F
S-16E
S-16G
S-16H
S-17
S-17A
S-17B
S-17C
S-17D
CHECKING VOLTAGE ............................................. 67
CHECKING WIRING ............................................... 67
CHECKING THERMOSTAT, WIRING,
AND ANTICIPATOR ................................................. 67
THERMOSTAT AND WIRING .................................. 67
COOLING ANTICIPATOR ........................................ 68
HEATING ANTICIPATOR ......................................... 68
CTK0*** COMFORTNET™ THERMOSTAT ............ 68
CHECKING TRANSFORMER AND CONTROL
CIRCUIT .................................................................. 70
CHECKING CYCLE PROTECTOR ......................... 74
CHECKING TIME DELAY RELAY ............................ 74
CHECKING CONTACTOR AND/OR RELAYS ......... 74
CHECKING CONTACTOR CONTACTS .................. 74
CHECKING UNITARY (UC) CONTROL
COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR/RELAY
CONTACTS ............................................................. 75
CHECKING FAN RELAY CONTACTS ..................... 75
COPELAND COMFORT ALERT™ .......................... 76
COPELAND CORESENSE™
UNITARY (UC) CONTROL DIAGNOSTICS ........... 81
COPELAND CORESENSE™
DIAGNOSTICS 3-WIRE
MODLE................................................................... ...... 95
CHECKING LOSS OF CHARGE PROTECTOR ..... 99
CHECKING HIGH PRESSURE CONTROL ........... 99
CHECKING LOW PRESSURE CONTROL ............ 99
CHECKING CAPACITOR ........................................ 99
RESISTANCE CHECK .......................................... 100
CAPACITANCE CHECK ........................................ 100
CHECKING FAN AND BLOWER MOTOR
WINDINGS (PSC MOTORS) ................................. 101
CHECKING FAN AND BLOWER MOTOR
(ECM MOTORS) .................................................... 101
CHECKING ECM MOTOR WINDINGS ................. 104
ECM CFM ADJUSTMENTS MBE / AEPF ............... 104
CHECKING HIGH EFFICIENCY MOTORS ........... 106
BLOWER PERFORMANCE DATA ......................... 106
CHECKING EMERSON ULTRATECHTM
ECM MOTORS ...................................................... 107
ECM CFM ADJUSTMENTS AVPTC/MBVC ............ 109
CHECKING COMPRESSOR ................................ 124
RESISTANCE TEST .............................................. 124
GROUND TEST ................................................... 124
UNLOADER TEST PROCEDURE ........................ 125
OPERATION TEST ................................................ 125
S-17E
CHECKING 3-PHASE SCROLL COMPRESSOR
ROTATION .............................................................. 126
S-18
TESTING CRANKCASE HEATER
(OPTIONAL ITEM) ................................................. 126
S-21
CHECKING REVERSING VALVE AND SOLENOID126
S-24
TESTING DEFROST CONTROL .......................... 126
S-25
TESTING DEFROST THERMOSTAT .................... 127
S-26
TESTING TEMPERATURE SENSORS
(COMFORTNET READY MODELS ONLY) ........... 127
S-40
MBR/AR*F ELECTRONIC BLOWER
TIME DELAY RELAY .............................................. 127
S-40A AVPTC/MBVC ELECTRONIC
BLOWER/HEATER CONTROL ............................. 128
S-50
CHECKING HEATER LIMIT CONTROL(S) ........... 142
S-52
CHECKING HEATER ELEMENTS ........................ 142
S-60
ELECTRIC HEATER (OPTIONAL ITEM) ............... 143
S-61A CHECKING HEATER LIMIT CONTROL(S) ........... 143
S-61B CHECKING HEATER FUSE LINK
(OPTIONAL ELECTRIC HEATERS) ...................... 144
S-62
CHECKING HEATER ELEMENTS ........................ 144
S-100 REFRIGERATION REPAIR PRACTICE ................ 144
S-101 LEAK TESTING (NITROGEN
OR NITROGEN-TRACED) .................................... 145
S-102 EVACUATION ........................................................ 145
S-103 CHARGING ........................................................... 146
S-104 CHECKING COMPRESSOR EFFICIENCY .......... 146
S-105A PISTON CHART FOR
ASX13, ANX13, ANZ13, GSZ13, VSX13, SSX14,
ASX14, GSX14, ASZ13, GSZ13, GSZ14, VSZ13,
SSZ14, ASX16, GSX16, ASZ16 UNITS .............. 147
S-105B THERMOSTATIC EXPANSION VALVE .................... 155
S-106 OVERFEEDING ..................................................... 155
S-107 UNDERFEEDING ................................................. 155
S-108 SUPERHEAT ......................................................... 155
S-109 CHECKING SUBCOOLING .................................. 158
S-109A TWO SPEED APPLICATION ................................. 158
S-110 CHECKING EXPANSION VALVE OPERATION ..... 159
S-111 FIXED ORIFICE RESTRICTOR DEVICES ........... 159
S-112 CHECKING RESTRICTED LIQUID LINE ............. 159
S-113 OVERCHARGE OF REFRIGERANT ..................... 159
S-114 NON-CONDENSABLES ....................................... 160
S-115 COMPRESSOR BURNOUT ................................. 160
S-120 REFRIGERANT PIPING ........................................ 160
S-202 DUCT STATIC PRESSURES AND/OR
STATIC PRESSURE DROP ACROSS COILS ...... 167
S-203 AIR HANDLER EXTERNAL STATIC ...................... 167
S-204 COIL STATIC PRESSURE DROP ......................... 168
HIGH VOLTAGE!
Disconnect ALL power before servicing or installing. Multiple power sources may be present. Failure to
do so may cause property damage, personal injury or death.
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S-1 CHECKING VOLTAGE
1. Remove outer case, control panel cover, etc., from unit
being tested.
With power ON:
NOTE: When operating electric heaters on voltages other
than 240 volts, refer to the System Operation section on
electric heaters to calculate temperature rise and air flow.
Low voltage may cause insufficient heating.
S-2 CHECKING WIRING
WARNING
Line Voltage now present.
2. Using a voltmeter, measure the voltage across terminals
L1 and L2 of the contactor for the condensing unit or at the
field connections for the air handler or heaters.
ComfortNetTM Ready Condensing Units: Measure the
voltage across the L1 and L2 lugs on the unitary (UC)
control.
3. No reading - indicates open wiring, open fuse(s) no power
or etc., from unit to fused disconnect service. Repair as
needed.
4. With ample voltage at line voltage connectors, energize
the unit.
5. Measure the voltage with the unit starting and operating,
and determine the unit Locked Rotor Voltage. NOTE: If
checking heaters, be sure all heating elements are
energized.
Locked Rotor Voltage is the actual voltage available at
the compressor during starting, locked rotor, or a stalled
condition. Measured voltage should be above minimum
listed in chart below.
To measure Locked Rotor Voltage attach a voltmeter to
the run "R" and common "C" terminals of the compressor,
or to the T1 and T2 terminals of the contactor. Start the unit
and allow the compressor to run for several seconds, then
shut down the unit. Immediately attempt to restart the
unit while measuring the Locked Rotor Voltage.
ComfortNet Ready Condensing Units: To measure the
Locked Rotor Voltage, attach a voltmeter to the run "R"
and common "C" terminals of the compressor or across
the "R" and "C" lugs on the unitary (UC) control. Start the
unit and allow the compressor to run for several seconds,
then shut down the unit. Immediately attempt to restart
the unit while measuring the Locked Rotor Voltage.
6. Locked rotor voltage should read within the voltage tabulation as shown. If the voltage falls below the minimum
voltage, check the line wire size. Long runs of undersized
wire can cause low voltage. If wire size is adequate, notify
the local power company in regard to either low or high
voltage.
Unit Supply Voltage
Voltage
Min.
Max
253
208/230
197
460
414
506
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HIGH VOLTAGE!
Disconnect ALL power before servicing
or installing. Multiple power sources
may be present. Failure to do so may
cause property damage, personal injury
or death.
1. Check wiring visually for signs of overheating, damaged
insulation and loose connections.
2. Use an ohmmeter to check continuity of any suspected
open wires.
3. If any wires must be replaced, replace with comparable
gauge and insulation thickness.
S-3 CHECKING THERMOSTAT, WIRING, AND
ANTICIPATOR
THERMOSTAT WIRE SIZING CHART
LENGTH OF RUN
25 feet
50 feet
75 feet
100 feet
125 feet
150 feet
MIN. COPPER WIRE
GAUGE (AWG)
18
16
14
14
12
12
ComfortNet Ready Models
1. Legacy Thermostat Wiring: The maximum wire length for
18 AWG thermostat wire is 100 feet.
2. Communicating Thermostat Wiring: The maximum wire
length for 18 AWG thermostat wire is 100 feet.
S-3A THERMOSTAT AND WIRING
WARNING
Line Voltage now present.
With power ON, thermostat calling for cooling
1. Use a voltmeter to check for 24 volts at thermostat wires
C and Y in the condensing unit control panel.
2. No voltage indicates trouble in the thermostat, wiring or
external transformer source.
3. Check the continuity of the thermostat and wiring. Repair
or replace as necessary.
SERVICING
Indoor Blower Motor
With power ON:
WARNING
Line Voltage now present.
1. Set fan selector switch at thermostat to "ON" position.
systems and must be connected as a traditional (or legacy)
system. The table below compares the valid CT systems.
CT compatible Air Handler or
Modular Blower
CT compatible
Air Conditioner
Full CT system
benefits & features
CT compatible Air Handler or
Modular Blower
CT compatible
Heat Pump
Full CT system
benefits & features
2. With voltmeter, check for 24 volts at wires C and G.
3. No voltage indicates the trouble is in the thermostat or
wiring.
4. Check the continuity of the thermostat and wiring. Repair
or replace as necessary.
Resistance Heaters
1. Set room thermostat to a higher setting than room
temperature so both stages call for heat.
2. With voltmeter, check for 24 volts at each heater relay.
Note: BBA/BBC heater relays are DC voltage.
3. No voltage indicates the trouble is in the thermostat or
wiring.
4. Check the continuity of the thermostat and wiring. Repair
or replace as necessary.
NOTE: Consideration must be given to how the heaters are
wired (O.D.T. and etc.). Also safety devices must be checked
for continuity.
S-3B COOLING ANTICIPATOR
The cooling anticipator is a small heater (resistor) in the
thermostat. During the "off" cycle, it heats the bimetal
element helping the thermostat call for the next cooling cycle.
This prevents the room temperature from rising too high
before the system is restarted. A properly sized anticipator
should maintain room temperature within 1 1/2 to 2 degree
range.
The anticipator is supplied in the thermostat and is not to be
replaced. If the anticipator should fail for any reason, the
thermostat must be changed.
S-3C HEATING ANTICIPATOR
The heating anticipator is a wire wound adjustable heater
which is energized during the "ON" cycle to help prevent
overheating of the conditioned space.
The anticipator is a part of the thermostat and if it should fail
for any reason, the thermostat must be replaced. See the
following tables for recommended heater anticipator setting
in accordance to the number of electric heaters installed.
S-3E CTK0*** COMFORTNETTM THERMOSTAT
OVERVIEW
The ComfortNet system (or CT system) is a system that
includes a ComfortNet compatible modular blower and air
conditioner or heat pump with a CTK0* thermostat. Any other
system configurations are considered invalid ComfortNet
A ComfortNet heating/air conditioning system differs from a
legacy/traditional system in the manner in which the indoor
unit, outdoor unit and thermostat interact with one another.
In a traditional system, the thermostat sends commands to
the indoor and outdoor units via analog 24 VAC signals. It
is a one-way communication path in that the indoor and
outdoor units typically do not return information to the
thermostat.
On the other hand, the indoor unit, outdoor unit, and thermostat comprising a ComfortNet system “communicate” digitally with one another. It is now a two-way communications
path. The thermostat still sends commands to the indoor
and outdoor units. However, the thermostat may also
request and receive information from both the indoor and
outdoor units. This information may be displayed on the CT
thermostat. The indoor and outdoor units also interact with
one another. The outdoor unit may send commands to or
request information from the indoor unit. This two-way digital
communications between the thermostat and subsystems
(indoor/outdoor unit) and between subsystems is the key to
unlocking the benefits and features of the ComfortNet system.
Two-way digital communications is accomplished using
only two wires. The thermostat and subsystem controls are
powered with 24 VAC Thus, a maximum of 4 wires between
the equipment and thermostat is all that is required to
operate the system.
CTK0* WIRING
NOTE: A removable plug connector is provided with the
control to make thermostat wire connections. This plug may
be removed, wire connections made to the plug, and replaced.
It is strongly recommended that multiple wires into a single
terminal be twisted together prior to inserting into the plug
connector. Failure to do so may result in intermittent
operation.
Typical 18 AWG thermostat wire may be used to wire the
system components. However, communications reliability
may be improved by using a high quality, shielded, twisted
pair cable for the data transmission lines. In either case, 100
feet is the maximum length of wire between indoor unit and
outdoor unit, or between indoor unit and thermostat.
FOUR-WIRE INDOOR AND OUTDOOR WIRING
Typical wiring will consist of four wires between the indoor
unit and outdoor unit and between the indoor unit and
thermostat. The required wires are: (a) data lines, 1 and 2;
(b) thermostat “R” (24 VAC hot) and “C” (24 VAC common).
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1
C
2 R
CTK0*
Thermostat
1
2
R C
CT™ Compatible
Modular Blower
Integrated Control Module
1
2
R C
CT™ Compatible AC/HP
Integrated Control Module
•
Touch and hold the Installer Config key for approximately 3 seconds to enter the Thermostat Options
Configuration menu.
•
Touch and hold the Installer Config key again for
approximately 3 seconds to enter the Advanced Installer Configuration menu.
System Wiring Using Four-Wires
TWO-WIRE OUTDOOR, FOUR-WIRE INDOOR WIRING
Two wires only may be utilized between the indoor and
outdoor units. For this wiring scheme, only the data lines, 1
and 2, are required between the indoor and outdoor units. A
40VA, 208/230 VAC to 24 VAC transformer must be installed
in the outdoor unit to provide 24 VAC power to the outdoor
unit’s electronic control. The transformer is included with the
CTK0* kit. See kit instructions for mounting and wiring
instructions. Four wires are required between the indoor unit
and thermostat.
1
C
2 R
40VA Transformer (included in
CTK0*** kit)
2
R C
1
2
R C
Set Time
Installer
Config
Upon entering the advanced menus, the Advanced Fault
Menu is displayed. The display will change to the Fault
Screen and indicate any faults that may be present in the
indoor or outdoor equipment. If a fault is present, the Fault
Screen will show the equipment and an error code with a
_
description of the fault. Touch or + keys to view the fault
status of any remaining equipment. The text “NO FAULTS”
will be scrolled if no errors are present.
CT Compatible
Modular Blower
Integrated Control Module
Call for Service
CT Compatible
AC/HP Integrated
Control Module
Call for Service
Advanced
Menu
Advanced
Menu
Run
Schedule
Run
Schedule
24 VAC
Touch the
or
to step through the list of installed
equipment, including the thermostat. Touch the Installer
Config key to enter the submenus for the equipment displayed. The text “WORKING” will be displayed in the
scrolling display area while the data is being retrieved. The
first sub-menu is then displayed. See tables below for listing
of modular blower submenus.
+
+
+
Touch the
or
to step through the list of submenus and
_
view settings. If a setting can be adjusted,
and + keys
_
+
will appear. Use the or keys to adjust the setting to the
desired value. Touch the
or
to step to the next item.
“WORKING” will appear as the settings are being updated.
“DONE” will appear to indicate the change was accepted. If
the change is not accepted, the display will show “FAIL”
then revert to the Fault Screen.
ACCESSING AND NAVIGATING THE ADVANCED FEATURES
MENUS
The advanced system features are accessed using the
ComfortNet™ thermostat. These advanced features are
accessed as follows:
On the CT thermostat Home Screen Display, touch the
Menu key to display additional key choices.
_
The ComfortNet system permits access to additional system
information, advanced setup features, and advanced diagnostic/troubleshooting features. These advanced features
are organized into a menu structure. The menus are accessed and navigated as described as follows.
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COMFORTNET™ SYSTEM ADVANCED FEATURES
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Run
Schedu le
CTK0*
Thermostat
System Wiring using Two-Wires between Furnace and AC/
HP and Four-Wires between Furnace and Thermostat
•
Set
Schedule
_
208/230 VAC
1
Clean Display
Some parameters being displayed switch between the item
name and the item value. Touch the Hold key to momentarily
stop the display from switching.
SERVICING
To exit an equipment submenu and revert back to the
equipment menus, touch the Menu key. Touch Menu again
to revert back to the Thermostat Options Menu. Touch the
Run Schedule key to step out of all menus and back to the
CT thermostat Home Screen Display.
S-4 CHECKING TRANSFORMER AND CONTROL CIRCUIT
HIGH VOLTAGE!
Disconnect ALL power before servicing
or installing. Multiple power sources
may be present. Failure to do so may
cause property damage, personal injury
or death.
A step-down transformer (208/240 volt primary to 24 volt
secondary) is provided with each indoor unit. This allows
ample capacity for use with resistance heaters. The outdoor sections do not contain a transformer (see note below).
NOTE: ComfortNetTM ready condensing units may have
an optional 240VAC to 24VAC transformer installed. This
transformer provides 24VAC power to the unitary (UC) control in some communicating system installation scenarios.
WARNING
Disconnect ALL power before servicing.
1. Remove control panel cover, or etc., to gain access to
transformer.
With power ON:
WARNING
Line Voltage now present.
2. Using a voltmeter, check voltage across secondary
voltage side of transformer (R to C).
3. No voltage indicates faulty transformer, bad wiring, or
bad splices.
4. Check transformer primary voltage at incoming line
voltage connections and/or splices.
5 If line voltage available at primary voltage side of transformer and wiring and splices good, transformer is
inoperative. Replace.
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AVPTC AND MBVC ADVANCED USER MENUS
CONFIGURATION
Subm e nu Item
Indication (for Displa y Only; not User Modifiable )
Electric Heat Size (HTR KW )
Displays the size in kW of the s elected electric heaters.
Motor HP (1/2, 3/4, or 1 MTR HP)
Displays the indoor blower motor horsepower.
Heat ON Delay (HT ON)
Displays the electric heat indoor blower ON delay.
Heat OFF Delay (HT OFF)
Displays the electric heat indoor blower OFF delay.
DIAGNOSTICS
Submenu Item
Indication/User Modifiable Options
Comments
Fault 1 (FAULT #1)
Most recent fault
For display only
Fault 2 (FAULT #2)
Fault 3 (FAULT #3)
Next most recent fault
Next most recent fault
For display only
For display only
Fault 4 (FAULT #4)
Fault 5 (FAULT #5)
Next most recent fault
Next most recent fault
For display only
For display only
Fault 6 (FAULT #6)
Clear Fault History (CLEAR)
Least recent fault
NO or YES
For display only
Selecting “YES” clears the fault
history
NOTE: Consecutively repeated faults are shown a maximum of 3 times
IDENTIFICATION
Subm enu Ite m
Indica tion (for Display Only; not User Modifiable )
Model Number (MOD NUM)
Display s the model number
Serial Number (SER NUM)
Software (SOFTW ARE)
Display s the serial number (Optional)
Display s the application s oftware revision
SET-UP
Submenu Item
Heat Airflow Trim (HT
TRM)
User Modifiable Options
-10% to +10% in 2% increments,
default is 0%
Comments
Trims the electric heating airflow by the
selected amount.
STATUS
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Submenu Item
Mode (MODE)
Indication (for Display Only; not User Modifiable)
Displays the current operating mode
CFM (CFM)
Displays the airflow for the current operating mode
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ASXC/ASZC AND DSXC/DSZC ADVANCED USER MENUS
CONFIGURATION
Submenu Item
Number of AC Stages (CL STG)
Indication (for Display Only; not User Modifiable)
Displays the number of air conditioning stages; applies to AC and
Number of HP Stages (HT STG)
Displays the number of heat pump stages; applies to HP only.
AC Tonnage (TONS)
Displays the air conditioning tonnage; applies to AC and HP.
DIAGNOSTICS
Submenu Item
Indication/User Modifiable Options
Comments
Fault 1 (FAULT #1)
Most recent AC/HP fault
For display only
Fault 2 (FAULT #2)
Fault 3 (FAULT #3)
Next most recent AC/HP fault
Next most recent AC/HP fault
For display only
For display only
Fault 4 (FAULT #4)
Fault 5 (FAULT #5)
Next most recent AC/HP fault
Next most recent AC/HP fault
For display only
For display only
Fault 6 (FAULT #6)
Least recent AC/HP fault
Clear Fault History (CLEAR)
NO or YES
For display only
Selecting “YES” clears the fault
history
NOTE: Consecutively repeated faults are shown a maximum of 3 times
IDENTIFICATION
Submenu Item
Model Number (MOD NUM)
Indication (for Display Only; not User Modifiable)
Displays the air conditioner or heat pump model number
Serial Number (SER NUM)
Software (SOFTWARE)
Displays the air conditioner or heat pump serial number (Optional)
Displays the application software revision
SENSORS
Submenu Item
Outdoor Air Temperature
(AIR TMP)
User Modifiable Options
Displays the outdoor air
temperature
Outdoor Coil Temperature
(COIL TMP)
Displays the outdoor coil
temperature
Comments
Sensor may or may not be available on an
air conditioner. Check air conditioner
instructions for details.
Required for heat pump operation.
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ASXC/ASZC AND DSXC/DSZC ADVANCED USER MENUS, CONT'D
COOL SET-UP
Submenu Item
Cool Airflow Trim
(CL TRM)
Cool Airflow Profile
(CL PRFL)
Cool ON Delay
(CL ON)
Cool OFF Delay
(CL OFF)
Dehumidification Select
(DEHUM)
User Modifiable Options
-10% to +10% in 2% increments,
default is 0%
A, B, C, or D, default is A
5, 10, 20, or 30 seconds, default is
5 seconds
30, 60, 90, or 120 seconds, default
is 30 seconds
ON or OFF (default is OFF)
Comments
Selects the airflow trim amount; applies to air
conditioner only.
Selects the airflow profile; applies to air
conditioner only.
Selects the indoor blower ON delay; applies
to air conditioner only.
Selects the indoor blower OFF delay; applies
to air conditioner only.
Selecting "OFF" disables dehumidification;
selecting "ON" enables dehumidification;
applies to air conditioner only.
STATUS
Submenu Item
Mode (MODE)
CFM (CFM)
Indication (for Display Only; not User Modifiable)
Displays the current air conditioner operating mode
Displays the airflow for the current operating mode
HEAT SET-UP
Submenu Item
Heat Airflow Trim
(HT TRM)
Heat ON Delay
(HT ON)
Heat OFF Delay
(HT OFF)
Defrost Interval
(DEFROST)
Compressor Delay
(CMP DLY)
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User Modifiable Options
-10% to +10% in 2% increments,
default is 0%
5, 10, or 15 seconds, default is 5
seconds
30, 50, 70, or 90 seconds, default
is 30 seconds
30, 60, 90, or 120 minutes, default
is 30 minutes.
0, 5, 15, or 30 seconds, default is 5
seconds
Comments
Selects the airflow trim amount; applies to
heat pump only.
Selects the indoor blower heat ON delay;
applies to heat pump only.
Selects the indoor blower heat OFF delay;
applies to heat pump only.
Selects the time interval between defrosts;
applies to heat pump only.
Selects the compressor off time after a
reversing valve shift; applies to heat pump
only.
SERVICING
S-5 CHECKING CYCLE PROTECTOR
Some models feature a solid state, delay-on make after break
time delay relay installed in the low voltage circuit. This
control is used to prevent short cycling of the compressor
under certain operating conditions.
The component is normally closed (R1 to Y1). A power
interruption will break circuit (R1 to Y1) for approximately three
minutes before resetting.
1. Remove wire from Y1 terminal.
OHMMETER
TESTING COIL CIRCUIT
2. Wait for approximately four (4) minutes if machine was running.
With power ON:
S-7 CHECKING CONTACTOR AND/OR RELAYS
WARNING
Line Voltage now present.
1. Apply 24 VAC to terminals R1 and R2.
2. Should read 24 VAC at terminals Y1 and Y2.
3. Remove 24 VAC at terminals R1 and R2.
4. Should read 0 VAC at Y1 and Y2.
5. Reapply 24 VAC to R1 and R2 - within approximately
three (3) to four (4) minutes should read 24 VAC at Y1 and
Y2.
If not as above - replace relay.
S-6 CHECKING TIME DELAY RELAY
Time delay relays are used in some of the blower cabinets to
improve efficiency by delaying the blower off time. Time
delays are also used in electric heaters to sequence in
multiple electric heaters.
WARNING
Disconnect ALL power before servicing.
1. Tag and disconnect all wires from male spade connections of relay.
2. Using an ohmmeter, measure the resistance across
terminals H1 and H2. Should read approximately 150
ohms.
3. Using an ohmmeter, check for continuity across terminals 3 and 1, and 4 and 5.
4. Apply 24 volts to terminals H1 and H2. Check for
continuity across other terminals - should test continuous. If not as above - replace.
NOTE: The time delay for the contacts to make will be
approximately 20 to 50 seconds and to open after the coil is
de-energized is approximately 40 to 90 seconds.
HIGH VOLTAGE!
Disconnect ALL power before servicing
or installing. Multiple power sources
may be present. Failure to do so may
cause property damage, personal injury
or death.
The compressor contactor and other relay holding coils are
wired into the low or line voltage circuits. When the control
circuit is energized, the coil pulls in the normally open
contacts or opens the normally closed contacts. When the
coil is de-energized, springs return the contacts to their
normal position.
NOTE: Most single phase contactors break only one side of
the line (L1), leaving 115 volts to ground present at most
internal components.
NOTE: The compressor contactor/relay in ComfortNetTM
ready equipment is fully integrated into the unitary (UC)
control. The compressor contactor/relay coil on the UC
control is non-serviceable.
1. Remove the leads from the holding coil.
2. Using an ohmmeter, test across the coil terminals.
If the coil does not test continuous, replace the relay or
contactor.
S-8 CHECKING CONTACTOR CONTACTS
WARNING
Disconnect ALL power before servicing.
SINGLE PHASE:
1. Disconnect the wire leads from the terminal (T) side of the
contactor.
2. With power ON, energize the contactor.
WARNING
Line Voltage now present.
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3. Using a voltmeter, test across terminals.
A. L2 - T1 - No voltage indicates CC1 contacts open.
If a no voltage reading is obtained - replace the contactor.
T2
A. No voltage indicates the contacts are closed and the
contactor/relay is functioning properly.
CC
B. A reading of approximately half of the supply voltage
(example: 115VAC for 230VAC) indicates the relay is
open. Replace UC control if relay does not close.
VOLT/OHM
METER
L1
NOTE: The unitary (UC) control has a built-in short cycle
delay. Ensure short cycle delay has elapsed before making
voltage measurements.
Ohmmeter for testing holding coil
Voltmeter for testing contacts
S-9 CHECKING FAN RELAY CONTACTS
TESTING COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR
(Single Phase)
THREE PHASE
Using a voltmeter, test across terminals:
A.
L1-L2, L1-L3, and L2-L3 - If voltage is present,
proceed to B. If voltage is not present, check breaker
or fuses on main power supply..
B.
T1-T2, T1-T3, and T2-T3 - If voltage readings are not
the same as in "A", replace contactor.
T3
Line Voltage now present.
3. Measure voltage across on-board compressor contactor/
relay contacts.
T1
L2
WARNING
T2
T1
HIGH VOLTAGE!
Disconnect ALL power before servicing
or installing. Multiple power sources
may be present. Failure to do so may
cause property damage, personal injury
or death.
1. Disconnect wire leads from terminals 2 and 4 of Fan Relay
Cooling and 2 and 4, 5 and 6 of Fan Relay Heating.
2. Using an ohmmeter, test between 2 and 4 - should read
open. Test between 5 and 6 - should read continuous.
CC
VOLT/OHM
METER
3. With power ON, energize the relays.
L3
L2
L1
WARNING
Ohmmeter for testing holding coil
Voltmeter for testing contacts
Line Voltage now present.
TESTING COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR
(Three-phase)
S-8A CHECKING UNITARY (UC) CONTROL
COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR/RELAY
CONTACTS
WARNING
Disconnect ALL power before servicing.
1. Connect voltmeter to lugs (L2) and (C).
2. With power ON, provide a call for cool or heat pump to
energize the on-board compressor contactor/relay.
4
3
OHMMETER
2
5
1
TESTING FAN RELAY
4. Using an ohmmeter, test between 2 and 4 - should read
continuous . Test between 5 and 6 - should read open.
5. If not as above, replace the relay.
FAN RELAY CONTACTS - UNITARY (UC) CONTROL
Applies to ASXC/ASZC and DSXC/DSZC Models
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Condenser fan control for the ASXC/ASZC and DSXC/DSZC
models is fully integrated into the UC control. The control
supports one- or two-speed PSC condenser fan motors and
one- or two-speed ECM condenser fan motors.
The fan motor is controlled by two on-board relays. Connection to the fan motor is via a 6-circuit plug connector. Wiring
to the connector is dependant upon the type of condenser fan
motor used. See unit wiring diagram for details.
2. Connect a voltmeter between circuit 6 and circuits 3 (low
speed) or 1 (high speed).
NOTE: Circuit 6 is connected directly to 24VAC.
3. Energize the system at low or high stage.
WARNING
Line Voltage now present.
CHECKING RELAY CONTACTS - PSC FAN MOTOR
HIGH VOLTAGE!
Disconnect ALL power before servicing
or installing. Multiple power sources
may be present. Failure to do so may
cause property damage, personal injury
or death.
1. Disconnect the motor leads from 6-circuit fan motor wire
harness.
2. Connect a voltmeter between circuit 3 and circuits 2 (low
speed) or 1 (high speed).
NOTE: Circuit 3 is connected directly to L2.
3. Energize the system at low or high stage.
WARNING
4. The measured voltage between circuit 6 and circuits 3 or
1 should be approximately 0VAC, which indicates the
relay contacts are closed. A voltage measurement of
approximately 24VAC indicates the relay is open. Replace the control if the relay checks open when it should
be closed. See notes and cautions below.
5. Circuit 5 is connected to 24VAC common. The measured
voltage between circuits 6 and 5 should be 24VAC.
NOTE: Ensure any ON delays have expired before making
voltage measurements
CAUTION: Prolonged operation with the condenser fan
motor disconnected will cause the high pressure switch to
trip.
S-10 COPELAND COMFORT ALERT™
DIAGNOSTICS - 3-WIRE MODULE
Applies to ASX /ASZ and DSX/DSZ units
Line Voltage now present.
4. The measured voltage between circuit 3 and circuits 2 or
1 should be approximately 0VAC, which indicates the
relay contacts are closed. A voltage measurement of
approximately 115VAC indicates the relay is open.
Replace the control if the relay checks open when it
should be closed. See notes and cautions below.
NOTE: Ensure any ON delays have expired before making
voltage measurements
CAUTION: Prolonged operation with the condenser fan
motor disconnected will cause the high pressure switch to
trip.
CHECKING RELAY CONTACTS - ECM FAN MOTOR
Comfort Alert™ is self-contained with no required external
sensors and is designed to install directly into the electrical
box of any residential condensing unit that has a Copeland
Scroll™ compressor inside.
Once attached, Comfort Alert provides around-the-clock
monitoring for common electrical problems, compressor
defects and broad system faults. If a glitch is detected, an
LED indicator flashes the proper alert codes to help you
quickly pinpoint the problem. See Diagnostic Table: 3-Wire
Comfort Alert Module on previous page.)
HIGH VOLTAGE!
Disconnect ALL power before servicing
or installing. Multiple power sources
may be present. Failure to do so may
cause property damage, personal injury
or death.
1. Disconnect the motor leads from 6-circuit fan motor wire
harness.
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Bold line shows field
installed wiring
CC
Dashed line shows thermostat
demand wiring in system without
HTCO, HPCO, CPCO, and ECB
Comfort Alert
Diagnostics Module
Y
C
R
ECB
HTCO
LPCO
HPCO
LOGIC
R
C
Y1
Schematic Abbreviation Descriptions
HTCO High Temperature Cut Out Switch
HPCO High Pressure Cut Out Switch
LPCO Low Pressure Cut Out Switch
CC
ECB
Compressor Contactor
Electronic Control Board
(Defrost or Time Delay)
Wiring Schematic - 3-Wire Comfort Alert Module
78
SERVICING
DIAGNOSTICS TABLE: 3-WIRE COMFORT ALERT™ MODULE
Status LED
Green “POWER”
Red “TRIP”
Status LED Description
Module has power
Thermostat demand signal
Status LED Troubleshooting Information
Supply voltage is present at module terminals
1. Compressor protector is open
Y1 is present, but the
2. Outdoor unit power disconnect is open
compressor is not
3. Compressor circuit breaker or fuse(s) is open
running
4. Broken wire or connector is not making contact
5. Low pressure switch open if present in system
6. Compressor contactor has failed open
Yellow “ALERT”
Flash Code 1
Long Run Time
Compressor is
1. Low refrigerant charge
2. Evaporator blower is not running
running extremely
3. Evaporator coil is frozen
long run cycles
4. Faulty metering device
5. Condenser coil is dirty
6. Liquid line restriction (filter drier blocked if present in system)
7. Thermostat is malfunctioning
Yellow “ALERT”
Flash Code 2
System Pressure Trip
1. High head pressure
Discharge or suction
2. Condenser coil poor air circulation (dirty, blocked, damaged)
pressure out of limits or
3. Condenser fan is not running
compressor overloaded
4. Return air duct has substantial leakage
5. If low pressure switch present in system,
check Flash Code 1 information
Yellow “ALERT”
Flash Code 3
Short Cycling
1. Thermostat demand signal is intermittent
Compressor is running
2. Time delay relay or control board defective
only briefly
3. If high pressure switch present go to Flash Code 2 information
4. If low pressure switch present go to Flash Code 1 information
Yellow “ALERT”
Locked Rotor
Flash Code 4
1. Run capacitor has failed
2. Low line voltage (contact utility if voltage at disconnect is low)
3. Excessive liquid refrigerant in compressor
4. Compressor bearings are seized
Yellow “ALERT”
Open Circuit
Flash Code 5
1. Outdoor unit power disconnect is open
2. Compressor circuit breaker or fuse(s) is open
3. Compressor contactor has failed open
4. High pressure switch is open and requires manual reset
5. Open circuit in compressor supply wiring or connections
6. Unusually long compressor protector reset time
due to extreme ambient temperature
7. Compressor windings are damaged
Yellow “ALERT”
Flash Code 6
Open Start Circuit
Current only in run circuit
1. Run capacitor has failed
2. Open circuit in compressor start wiring or connections
3. Compressor start winding is damaged
Yellow “ALERT”
Flash Code 7
Yellow “ALERT”
Flash Code 8
Yellow “ALERT”
Flash Code 9
•
•
•
•
Open Run Circuit
Current only in start circuit
Welded Contactor
Compressor always runs
Low Voltage
Control circuit < 17VAC
1. Open circuit in compressor run wiring or connections
2. Compressor run winding is damaged
1. Compressor contactor has failed closed
2. Thermostat demand signal not connected to module
1. Control circuit transformer is overloaded
2. Low line voltage (contact utility if voltage at disconnect is low)
Flash Code number corresponds to a number of LED flashes, followed by a pause and then repeated
TRIP and ALERT LEDs flashing at same time means control circuit voltage is too low for operation.
Reset ALERT Flash code by removing 24VAC power from module
Last ALERT Flash code is displayed for 1 minute after module is powered on.
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DIAGNOSTICS - 2-WIRE MODULE
Applies to ASX130[18-60]CA, ASX140[18-36]1CA,
ASX140421DA, and ASX140[48-60]1BA units
Comfort Alert™ is self-contained with no required external
sensors and is designed to install directly into the electrical
box of any residential condensing unit that has a Copeland
Scroll™ compressor inside.
Once attached, Comfort Alert™ provides around-the-clock
monitoring for common electrical problems, compressor
defects and broad system faults. If a glitch is detected, an
LED indicator flashes the proper alert codes to help you
quickly pinpoint the problem. See Diagnostic Table: 2-Wire
Comfort Alert™ Module on previous page.)
NOTE: The 2-wire Comfort Alert™ module does not provide
a diagnostic code 8, Welded Contactor. Additionally, the
2-wire module does not require a manual reset to clear
alert codes.
Bold line shows field
installed wiring
CC
Dashed line shows thermostat
demand wiring in system without
HTCO, HPCO, CPCO, and ECB
Comfort Alert
Diagnostics Module
Y
C
ECB
HTCO
LPCO
HPCO
LOGIC
R
C
Y1
Schematic Abbreviation Descriptions
HTCO High Temperature Cut Out Switch
HPCO High Pressure Cut Out Switch
LPCO Low Pressure Cut Out Switch
CC
ECB
Compressor Contactor
Electronic Control Board
(Defrost or Time Delay)
Wiring Schematic - 2-Wire Comfort Alert™ Module
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DIAGNOSTICS TABLE: 2-WIRE COMFORT ALERT™ MODULE
Sta tus LED
Gre e n “POW ER”
Red “TRIP”
Sta tus LED De scription
Module ha s pow e r
Sta tus LED Troubleshooting Informa tion
Supply voltage is present at module terminals
Thermostat demand signal
1. Compressor protector is open
Y1 is present, but the
2. Outdoor unit power disconnect is open
compressor is not
3. Compressor circuit breaker or fuse(s) is open
running
4. Broken wire or connector is not making contact
5. Low pressure switch open if present in system
6. Compressor contactor has failed open
Yellow “ALERT”
Fla sh Code 1
Long Run Tim e
1. Low refrigerant charge
Compressor is
2. Evaporator blower is not running
running extremely
3. Evaporator coil is frozen
long run cycles
4. Faulty metering device
5. Condenser coil is dirty
6. Liquid line restriction (filter drier blocked if present in system)
7. Thermostat is malfunctioning
Yellow “ALERT”
Fla sh Code 2
Syste m Pre ssure Trip
Discharge or suction
1. High head pressure
2. Condenser coil poor air circulation (dirty, blocked, damaged)
pressure out of limits or
3. Condenser fan is not running
compressor overloaded
4. Return air duct has substantial leakage
5. If low pressure switch present in system,
check Flash Code 1 information
Yellow “ALERT”
Fla sh Code 3
Short Cycling
1. Thermostat demand signal is intermittent
Compressor is running
2. Time delay relay or control board defective
only briefly
3. If high pressure switch present go to Flash Code 2 information
4. If low pressure switch present go to Flash Code 1 information
Yellow “ALERT”
Locke d Rotor
1. Run capacitor has failed
2. Low line voltage (contact utility if voltage at disconnect is low)
Fla sh Code 4
3. Excessive liquid refrigerant in compressor
4. Compressor bearings are seized
Yellow “ALERT”
Open Circuit
1. Outdoor unit power disconnect is open
2. Compressor circuit breaker or fuse(s) is open
Fla sh Code 5
3. Compressor contactor has failed open
4. High pressure switch is open and requires manual reset
5. Open circuit in compressor supply wiring or connections
6. Unusually long compressor protector reset time
due to extreme ambient temperature
7. Compressor windings are damaged
Yellow “ALERT”
Fla sh Code 6
Open Sta rt Circuit
Current only in run circuit
1. Run capacitor has failed
2. Open circuit in compressor start wiring or connections
3. Compressor start winding is damaged
Yellow “ALERT”
Fla sh Code 7
Yellow “ALERT”
Fla sh Code 9
•
•
•
Open Run Circuit
Current only in start circuit
Low Volta ge
Control circuit < 17VAC
1. Open circuit in compressor run wiring or connections
2. Compressor run winding is damaged
1. Control circuit transformer is overloaded
2. Low line voltage (contact utility if voltage at disconnect is low)
Flash Code number corresponds to a number of LED flashes, followed by a pause and then repeated
TRIP and ALERT LEDs flashing at same time means control circuit voltage is too low for operation.
Last ALERT Flash code is displayed for 1 minute after module is powered on.
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S-10A COPELAND COMFORT ALERTTM UNITARY (UC) CONTROL DIAGNOSTICS
Applies to ASXC, ASZC, DSXC, and DSZC models
HIGH VOLTAGE!
Disconnect ALL power before servicing
or installing. Multiple power sources
may be present. Failure to do so may
cause property damage, personal injury
or death.
The Copeland Comfort AlertTM diagnostics are fully integrated into the unitary (UC) control. The UC control and
integraged Comfort Alert™ diagnostics provide around-theclock monitoring for common electrical problems, compressor defects and broad system faults. If a problem is detected,
LED indicators flash the proper alert codes to help you
quickly pinpoint the problem.
The diagnostic tables on following pages provide detailed
information regarding the system symptons, indicators (LED
and thermostat), potential problem(s), and corrective actions. The diagnostic information applies to systems wired
as 24VAC traditional (legacy) systems and systems wired as
communicating systems with the CTK0* communicating
thermostat.
82
ON
ON
• Compressor and outdoor fan are off.
• Low pressure switch trip 3 times within
same thermostat demand.
• Thermostat demand is present.
• Integrated control module
diagnostic/status LED’s display the
indicated code.
• ComfortNet™ thermostat “Call for
Service” icon illuminated.
• ComfortNet™ thermostat scrolls
“Check Air Conditioner” or “Check
Heat Pump” message.
Green
OFF
• Compressor and outdoor fan are off.
• Thermostat demand is present.
• Integrated control module
diagnostic/status LED’s display the
indicated code.
• Very long run time.
• Four consecutive compressor protector
trips with average run time between
trips greater than 3 hours.
• Compressor operating at high speed
and outdoor fan operating at low speed
• Integrated control module
diagnostic/status LED’s display the
indicated code.
Symptoms of Abnormal Operation
(Legacy & ComfortNet™ Thermostat)
1 Flash
1 Flash
Yellow
1 Flash
ON
OFF
Red
OFF
ON if call
present;
OFF if no
call
ON if call
present;
OFF if no
call
Red Y1
ON if call
present;
OFF if no
call
Diagnostic/Status LED Codes
ComfortNet™
LPS OPEN
LPS
LOCKOUT
• LPCO Lockout
(3 Trips).
Message
LOW SIDE
FAULT
01
01
Code
01
Thermostat Only
• Low Pressure
CO Trip.
• Low Side Fault.
Fault
Description
• Low refrigerant charge.
• Restriction in liquid line.
• Indoor blower motor
failure.
• Indoor thermostat set
extremely low.
• Low refrigerant charge.
• Restriction in liquid line.
• Indoor blower motor
failure.
• Indoor thermostat set
extremely low.
• Low refrigerant charge.
• Restriction in liquid line.
• Indoor blower motor
failure.
• Indoor thermostat set
extremely low.
Possible Causes
• Verify refrigerant
charge; adjust as
needed.
• Check for restricted
liquid line;
repair/replace as
needed.
• Check indoor blower
motor; repair/replace
as needed.
• Check indoor
thermostat setting.
• Verify refrigerant
charge; adjust as
needed.
• Check for restricted
liquid line;
repair/replace as
needed.
• Check indoor blower
motor; repair/replace
as needed.
• Check low pressure
switch; repair/replace
as needed.
• Check indoor
thermostat setting.
• Verify refrigerant
charge; adjust as
needed.
• Check for restricted
liquid line;
repair/replace as
needed.
• Check indoor blower
motor; repair/replace
as needed.
• Check low pressure
switch; repair/replace
as needed.
• Check indoor
thermostat setting.
Corrective Actions
• Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
• Must clear fault by
cycling 24VAC to
control.
• Replace with correct
replacement part(s).
• Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
• Replace with correct
replacement part(s).
• Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
• Fault will clear after 30
consecutive normal
cycles.
• Fault may be cleared by
cycling 24VAC to
control.
• Replace with correct
replacement part(s).
Notes &Cautions
SERVICING
83
84
2
Flashes
3
Flashes
ON
OFF
• Compressor and outdoor fan are off.
• Low pressure switch trip 3 times within
same thermostat demand.
• Thermostat dema nd is present.
• Integrated control module
diagnostic/status LED’s display the
indicated code.
• ComfortNet™ thermostat “Call for
Service” icon illuminated.
• ComfortNet™ thermostat scrolls
“Check Air Conditioner” or “Check
Heat Pump” message.
• Run time for last 4 cycles is less than 3
minutes each.
• Compressor protector has not tripped.
• Low pressure and high pressure
switc hes are closed.
• Integrated control module
diagnostic/status LED’s display the
indicated code.
2
Flashes
Yellow
2
Flashes
ON
Green
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
Red
OFF
ON if call
present;
OFF if no
call
ON if call
present;
OFF if no
call
ON if call
present;
OFF if no
call
Red Y1
ON if call
present;
OFF if no
call
Diagnostic/Status LED Codes
• Compressor and outdoor fan are off.
• Thermostat dema nd is present.
• Integrated control module
diagnostic/status LED’s display the
indicated code.
• Four consecutive compressor protector
trips with average run time between
trips greater than 1 minute and less tha n
15 minutes.
• Low pressure and high pressure
switc hes are closed.
• Integrated control module
diagnostic/status LED’s display the
indicated code.
Symptoms of Abnormal Operation
(Legacy & ComfortNet™ Thermostat)
ComfortNet™
HPS OPEN
HPS
LOCKOUT
CMPR SHRT
CYCLE
• HPCO Lockout
(3 Trips)
• Short Cycling
Message
HIGH SIDE
FAULT
03
02
02
Code
02
Thermostat Only
• High Pressure
CO Trip
• High Side Fault
Fault
Description
• Intermittent thermostat
demand.
• Faulty compressor relay.
• Blocked condenser coil.
• Outdoor fan not running.
• Blocked condenser coil.
• Outdoor fan not running.
• Blocked condenser coil.
• Outdoor fan not running.
Possible Causes
• Check and clean
condenser coil.
• Check outdoor fan
motor; repair/replace
as needed.
• Check outdoor fan
motor wiring;
repair/replace as
needed.
• Check outdoor fan
motor capacitor;
replace as needed.
• Check and clean
condenser coil.
• Check outdoor fan
motor; repair/replace
as needed.
• Check outdoor fan
motor wiring;
repair/replace as
needed.
• Check outdoor fan
motor capacitor;
replace as needed.
• Check thermostat and
thermostat wiring;
repair/replace as
needed.
• Check compressor
re lay operation;
replace control as
needed.
• Check and clean
condenser coil.
• Check outdoor fan
motor; repair/replace
as needed.
• Check outdoor fan
motor wiring;
repair/replace as
needed.
• Check outdoor fan
motor capacitor;
replace as needed.
Corrective Actions
• Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
• Fault will clear afte r 4
consecutive normal
cycles.
• Fault may be cleared by
cycling 24VAC to
control.
• Replace with correct
replacement part(s).
• Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
• Must clear fault by
cycling 24VAC to
control.
• Replace with correct
replacement part(s).
• Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
• Replace with correct
replacement part(s).
• Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
• Fault will clear afte r 4
consecutive normal
cycles.
• Fault may be cleared by
cycling 24VAC to
control.
• Replace with correct
replacement part(s).
Notes & Cautions
SERVICING
• Compressor and outdoor fan are off.
• Compressor protector trips four
consecutive times.
• Average run time between trips is less
than 15 seconds.
• Integrated control module
diagnostic/status LED’s display the
indicated code.
• ComfortNet™ thermostat “Call for
Service” icon illuminated.
• ComfortNet™ thermostat scrolls
“Check Air Conditioner” or “Check
Heat Pump” message.
• Compressor and outdoor fan are off for
greater than 4 hours.
• Low pressure and high pressure
switches are closed.
• Integrated control module
diagnostic/status LED’s display the
indicated code.
• ComfortNet™ thermostat “Call for
Service” icon illuminated.
• ComfortNet™ thermostat scrolls
“Check Air Conditioner” or “Check
Heat Pump” message.
• Compressor and outdoor fan are off.
• Low pressure and high pressure
switches are closed.
• Integrated control module
diagnostic/status LED’s display the
indicated code.
• ComfortNet™ thermostat “Call for
Service” icon illuminated.
• ComfortNet™ thermostat scrolls
“Check Air Conditioner” or “Check
Heat Pump” message.
• Compressor and outdoor fan are off.
• Low pressure and high pressure
switches are closed.
• Open start circuit has been detected 4
times with 5 minute delay between each
detection.
• Integrated control module
diagnostic/status LED’s display the
indicated code.
• ComfortNet™ thermostat “Call for
Service” icon illuminated.
• ComfortNet™ thermostat scrolls
“Check Air Conditioner” or “Check
Heat Pump” message.
Symptoms of Abnormal Operation
(Legacy & ComfortNet™ Thermostat)
Yellow
4
Flashes
5
Flashes
6
Flashes
6
Flashes
Green
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
Red
ON
ON if call
present;
OFF if no
call
ON if call
present;
OFF if no
call
ON if call
present;
OFF if no
call
Red Y1
ON if call
present;
OFF if no
call
Diagnostic/Status LED Codes
ComfortNet™
OPEN
CIRCUIT
OPEN START
OPEN START
LOCK
• Open Start
Circuit
• Open Start
Circuit Lockout
Message
LOCKED
ROTOR
06
06
05
Code
04
Thermostat Only
• Open Circuit
• Locked Rotor
Fault
Description
• Compressor start winding
is open.
• Failed compressor r un
capacitor.
• Faulty run capacitor
wiring.
• Compressor not properly
wired to control.
• Faulty compressor wiring.
• Compressor start winding
is open.
• Failed compressor r un
capacitor.
• Faulty run capacitor
wiring.
• Compressor not properly
wired to control.
• Faulty compressor wiring.
• Power is disconnected.
• Failed compressor
protector.
• Compressor not properly
wired to control.
• Compressor bear ings are
seized.
• Failed compressor r un
capacitor.
• Faulty run capacitor
wiring.
• Low line voltage.
Possible Causes
• Check compressor;
repair/replace as
needed.
• Check run capac itor;
replace as needed.
• Check wiring;
repair/replace as
needed.
• Check compressor;
repair/replace as
needed.
• Check run capac itor;
replace as needed.
• Check wiring;
repair/replace as
needed.
• Check compressor
operation;
repair/replace as
needed.
• Check run capac itor;
replace as needed.
• Check wiring;
repair/replace as
needed.
• Verify line voltage is
within range on rating
plate; contact local
utility is out of range.
• Check circuit breakers
and fuses.
• Check wiring to unit;
repair/replace as
needed.
• Check compressor;
repair/replace as
needed.
• Check compressor
wiring; repair/replace
as needed.
Corrective Actions
• Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
• Must clear fault by
cycling 24VAC to
control.
• Replace with correct
replacement part(s).
• Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
• Fault will clear after 1
normal cycle.
• Fault may be cleared by
cycling 24VAC to
control.
• Replace with correct
replacement part(s).
• Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
• Fault will clear after 1
normal cycle.
• Fault may be cleared by
cycling 24VAC to
control.
• Replace with correct
replacement part(s).
• Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
• Must clear fault by
cycling 24VAC to
control.
• Replace with correct
replacement part(s).
Notes & Cautions
SERVICING
85
86
• Air conditioner/heat pump may appear
to be operating normally.
• Compressor protector may be open
(compressor and outdoor fan off).
• Integrated control module
diagnostic/status LED’s display the
indicated code.
• Compressor and outdoor fan are off.
• Low pressure and high pressure
switches are closed.
• Integrated control module
diagnostic/status LED’s display the
indicated code.
• ComfortNet™ thermostat “Call for
Service” icon illuminated.
• ComfortNet™ thermostat scrolls
“Check Air Conditioner” or “Check
Heat Pump” message.
• Compressor and outdoor fan are off.
• Low pressure and high pressure
switches are closed.
• Open run circuit has been detected 4
times with 5 minute delay between each
detection.
• Integrated control module
diagnostic/status LED’s display the
indicated code.
• ComfortNet™ thermostat “Call for
Service” icon illuminated.
• ComfortNet™ thermostat scrolls
“Check Air Conditioner” or “Check
Heat Pump” message.
• Air conditioner/heat pump may appear
to be operating normally.
• Compressor protector may be open
(compressor and outdoor fan off).
• Integrated control module
diagnostic/status LED’s display the
indicated code.
Sympt oms of Abnormal Operation
(Legacy & ComfortNet™ Thermostat)
8
Flashes
OFF
8
Flashes
7
Flashes
OFF
ON
Yellow
7
Flashes
Green
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
Red
OFF
ON if call
present;
OFF if no
call
ON if call
present;
OFF if no
call
ON if call
present;
OFF if no
call
Red Y1
ON if call
present;
OFF if no
call
Diagnostic/Status LED Codes
HIGH LINE
VOLT
LOW LINE
VOLT
• Low Line
Voltage
• High Line
Voltage
OPEN RUN
LOCK
Message
OPEN RUN
08
08
07
Code
07
Thermostat Only
ComfortNet™
• Open Run
Circuit Lockout
• Open Run
Circuit
Fault
Description
• High line voltage.
• Low line voltage.
• Compressor run winding is
open.
• Compressor not properly
wired to control.
• Faulty compressor wiring.
• Compressor run winding is
open.
• Compressor not properly
wired to control.
• Faulty compressor wiring.
Possible Causes
• Check circuit breakers
and fuses.
• Verify unit is
connected to power
supply as specified on
rating plate.
• Correct low line
voltage condition;
contact local utility if
needed.
• Correct high line
voltage condition;
contact local utility if
needed.
• Verify unit is
connected to power
supply as specified on
rating plate.
• Correct low line
voltage condition;
contact local utility if
needed.
• Check compressor;
repair/replace as
needed.
• Check wiring;
repair/replace as
needed.
• Check compressor;
repair/replace as
needed.
• Check wiring;
repair/replace as
needed.
Corrective Actions
• Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
• Control detects line
voltage greater than 255
VAC.
• Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
• Control detects line
voltage less than 185
VAC.
• Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
• Must clear fault by
cycling 24VAC to
control.
• Replace with correct
replacement part(s).
• Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
• Fault will clear after 1
normal cycle.
• Fault may be cleared by
cycling 24VAC to
control.
• Replace with correct
replacement part(s).
Notes & Cautions
SERVICING
• Compressor is off.
• Integrated control module
diagnostic/status LED’s display the
indicated code.
• Air conditioner/heat pump may appear
to be operating normally.
• Integrated control module
diagnostic/status LED’s display the
indicated code.
Symptoms of Abnormal Operation
(Legacy & ComfortNet™Thermostat)
OFF
Green
OFF
ON
Yellow
9
Flashes
ON
Red
OFF
ON if call
present;
OFF if no
call
Red Y1
ON if call
present;
OFF if no
call
Diagnostic/Status LED Codes
• CompProtector
Open
• Low Pilot
Voltage
Fault
Description
Not displayed
Message
LOW
SECOND
VOLT
Not
displayed
Code
09
Thermostat Only
ComfortNet™
• No current through run or
start windings.
• Compressor run winding
is open.
• Compressor not properly
wired to control.
• Faultycompressor wiring.
• Failed compressor run
capacitor.
• Faultyruncapacitor
wiring.
• Control detects secondary
voltage less than 18 VAC.
• Transformer overloaded.
• Low line voltage.
Possible Causes
• Check compressor;
repair/replace as
needed.
• Check wiring;
repair/replace as
needed.
• Check run capacitor;
replace as needed.
• Check fuse.
• Correct lowsecondary
voltage condition.
• Check transformer;
replace if needed.
Corrective Actions
• Turnpower OFF prior
to repair.
• Fault will clear if
secondary voltage rises
above 21VAC.
• Replace with correct
replacement part(s).
• Turnpower OFF prior
to repair.
• Fault will clear after 1
normal cycle.
• Fault may be cleared by
cycling 24VAC to
control.
• Replace with correct
replacement part(s).
Notes & Cautions
SERVICING
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4HERMOSTAT/NLY
0OSSIBLE
#AUSES
#ORRECTIVE
!CTIONS
.OTES
#AUTIONS
-ESSAGE
#ODE
sOutdoor air
temp sensor
fault
AIR
3%.3/2
FLT
A2
sShorted sensor.
sOpen sensor.
sSensor
disconnected.
sSensor out of
range.
sCheck sensor
connection.
sReplace open/
shorted sensor.
sTurn power OFF prior
to repair.
sReplace with correct
replacement part.
3
sOutdoor coil
temp sensor
fault
COIL
3%.3/2
FLT
A3
sShorted sensor
sOpen sensor.
sSensor.
disconnected.
sSensor out of
range.
sCheck sensor
connection.
sReplace open/
shorted sensor.
sTurn power OFF prior
to repair.
sReplace with correct
replacement part.
E
5
sOpen fuse
",/7.
FUSE
E5
sShort in low
voltage wiring.
sLocate and
correct short
in low voltage
wiring.
sTurn power OFF prior
to repair.
sReplace fuse with
3-amp automotive type.
",!.+
E
E
sBoard misoperation
).4%2.!,
FAULT
EE
sCompressor
relay contacts
welded.
sReplace control.
sTurn power OFF prior
to repair
sReplace with correct
replacement part.
sAir conditioner/heat pump
fails to operate.
sIntegrated control
module diagnostic/status
LED display shows the
indicated code.
s#OMFORT.ET˜THERMOSTAT
displays error message.
",!.+
b
0
sCirculator
blower motor
is not running
when it
should be
running.
MOTOR
./425.
b0
sTurn power OFF prior
sCheck indoor
sIndoor blower
to repair.
motor problem.
blower motor.
sApplies only to fully
sCommunications sCheck indoor
blower motor
communicating system
error between
USING#OMFORT.ET˜
wiring.
indoor and
outdoor unit.
sCheck indoor unit thermostat.
sReplace with correct
control.
sRepair/ replace
replacement part.
any faulty wiring.
sRepair/ replace
indoor blower
motor or control.
s Air conditioner/heat
pump operates at reduced
performance.
sAir conditioner/heat pump
operating at low stage
when expected to operate
at high stage.
sIntegrated control
module diagnostic/status
LED display shows the
indicated code.
",!.+
b
9
sAirflow is
lower than
demanded
LOW ID
AIRFLOW
b9
sIndoor blower
motor problem
s Blocked filters.
sRestrictive/
undersized
ductwork
sIndoor/ outdoor
unit miss-match.
88
sCheck indoor
sTurn power OFF prior
blower motor.
to repair.
sCheck filters;
sApplies only to fully
clean/replace as
communicating system
needed.
USING#OMFORT.ET˜
sCheck ductwork;
thermostat.
resize as needed. sReplace with correct
sVerify indoor and
replacement part. See
outdoor units are
specification sheet(s)
properly matched. for airflow requirements
and maximum external
static pressure.
sSee specification
sheets for approved
system matches.
SERVICING
PCBHR104
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$IGIT
$IGIT
$IGIT
sAir conditioner/heat pump
fails to operate.
sIntegrated control
module diagnostic/status
LED display shows the
indicated code.
s#OMFORT.ET˜THERMOSTAT
displays error message.
",!.+
d
0
sAir conditioner/heat pump
fails to operate.
sIntegrated control
module diagnostic/status
LED display shows the
indicated code.
s#OMFORT.ET˜THERMOSTAT
displays error message.
",!.+
d
sAir conditioner/heat pump
fails to operate.
sAir conditioner/heat pump
operating at reduced
performance.
sAir conditioner/heat pump
operating at low stage
when expected to operate
at high stage.
sIntegrated control
module diagnostic/status
LED display shows the
indicated code.
s#OMFORT.ET˜THERMOSTAT
displays error message.
",!.+
d
&AULT
$ESCRIPTION
#OMFORT.ET4-
4HERMOSTAT/NLY
0OSSIBLE
#AUSES
#ORRECTIVE
!CTIONS
.OTES
#AUTIONS
-ESSAGE
#ODE
sData not yet
ON.ETWORK
./.%4
DATA
d0
sAir conditioner/ sVerify
heat pump is
system type
wired as part of
(communicating
a communicating or legacy)
system and
sPopulate shared
integrated control data using
module does
memory card
not contain any sWire system as
legacy system
shared data.
sTurn power OFF prior
to repair.
sUse memory card for
your specific model.
sInsert memory card
BEFORE turning power
/.-EMORYCARDMAY
be removed after data
is loaded. Turn power
OFF before removing
memory card.
sError code will
be cleared once
data is loaded.
Applies only to fully
communicating system
USING#OMFORT.ET˜
thermostat.
1
sInvalid Data
ON.ETWORK
).6!,)$
DATA
d1
sAir conditioner/
sVerify
heat pump is
system type
wired as part of
(communicating
a communicating
or legacy).
system and
sPopulate correct
integrated control
shared data using
module contains
memory card.
invalid shared
sWire system as
data or network
legacy system.
data is invalid for
the integrated
control module.
sTurn power OFF prior
to repair.
sUse memory card for
your specific model.
sInsert memory card
BEFORE turning power
/.-EMORYCARDMAY
be removed after data
is loaded. Turn power
OFF before removing
memory card.
sError code will
be cleared once
data is loaded.
Applies only to fully
communicating system
USING#OMFORT.ET˜
thermostat.
2
s System
Mis-Match
).6!,)$
SYSTEM
d2
sAir conditioner/ sVerify system type
heat pump is
(communicating
or legacy).
wired as part of
a communicating sVerify shared
data is correct
system and
outdoor unit
for your specific
requires airflow
model; repopulate data if
greater than
required.
indoor unit’s
airflow capability. sWire system as
sShared data is
legacy system.
incompatible
with the system
or missing
parameters.
sTurn power OFF prior
to repair.
sUse memory card for
your specific model.
sInsert memory card
BEFORE turning power
/.-EMORYCARDMAY
be removed after data
is loaded. Turn power
OFF before removing
memory card.
sError code will
be cleared once
data is loaded.
Applies only to fully
communicating system
USING#OMFORT.ET˜
thermostat.
89
SERVICING
PCBHR104
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4HERMOSTAT
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$IGIT
$IGIT
s Air conditioner/heat pump ",!.+
fails to operate.
sIntegrated control module
diagnostic/status LED
display shows the indicated
code.
s#OMFORT.ET˜THERMOSTAT
displays error message.
d
3
sAir conditioner/heat pump
fails to operate.
sIntegrated control
module diagnostic/status
LED display shows the
indicated code.
s#OMFORT.ET˜THERMOSTAT
displays error message.
",!.+
d
s Very long run time.
",!.+
sFour consecutive
compressor protector
trips with average run
time between trips greater
than 3 hours.
sCompressor operating at
high speed and outdoor fan
operating at low speed
sIntegrated control
module diagnostic/status
LED display shows the
indicated code.
sCompressor and outdoor
fan are off.
sThermostat demand is
present.
sIntegrated control
module diagnostic/status
LED display shows the
indicated code.
90
$IGIT
",!.+
&AULT
$ESCRIPTION
#OMFORT.ET4-
4HERMOSTAT/NLY
0OSSIBLE
#AUSES
#ORRECTIVE
!CTIONS
.OTES
#AUTIONS
-ESSAGE
#ODE
sConfiguration
Mis-match
).6!,)$
#/.&)'
d3
sShared data sent sVerify
to integrated
system type
control module
(communicating
does not match
or legacy).
hardware
sVerify shared
configuration.
data is correct
for your specific
model; repopulate data if
required.
sWire system as
legacy system.
sTurn power OFF prior
to repair.
sUse memory card for
your specific model.
sInsert memory card
BEFORE turning power
/.-EMORYCARDMAY
be removed after data
is loaded. Turn power
OFF before removing
memory card.
sError code will
be cleared once
data is loaded.
Applies only to fully
communicating system
USING#OMFORT.ET˜
thermostat.
4
s Invalid
Memory
Card Data
).6!,)$
MC DATA
d4
sShared data on sVerify
memory card has system type
been rejected.
(communicating
or legacy).
sVerify shared
data is correct
for your specific
model; repopulate data if
required.
sWire system as
legacy system.
sTurn power OFF prior
to repair.
sUse memory card for
your specific model.
sInsert memory card
BEFORE turning power
/.-EMORYCARDMAY
be removed after data
is loaded. Turn power
OFF before removing
memory card.
sError code will be
cleared once data is
loaded.
0
1
sLow Side
Fault
LOW SIDE
FAULT
01
sLow refrigerant
charge.
sRestriction in
liquid line.
sIndoor blower
motor failure.
sIndoor
thermostat set
extremely low.
sVerify refrigerant
charge; adjust as
needed.
sCheck for
restricted liquid
line; repair/
replace as
needed.
sCheck indoor
blower motor;
repair/replace as
needed.
sCheck indoor
thermostat setting.
sTurn power OFF prior
to repair.
sFault will clear after 30
consecutive normal
cycles.
sFault may be cleared
by cycling 24VAC to
control.
sReplace with correct
replacement part(s).
0
1
sLow Pressure ,03/0%.
Cut Out Trip
01
sLow refrigerant
charge.
sRestriction in
liquid line.
sIndoor blower
motor failure.
sIndoor
thermostat set
extremely low.
sVerify refrigerant sTurn power OFF prior
to repair.
charge; adjust as
needed.
sReplace with correct
replacement part(s).
sCheck for
restricted liquid
line; repair/
replace as
needed.
sCheck indoor
blower motor;
repair/replace as
needed.
sCheck low
pressure switch;
repair/replace as
needed.
sCheck indoor
thermostat setting.
SERVICING
PCBHR104
Digit 3
Digit 2
Digit 1
L
1
Low Pressure
Cut Out
Lockout
(3 Trips)
Four consecutive
compressor protector trips
with average run time
between trips greater than
1 minute and less than 15
minutes.
Low pressure and high
pressure switches are
closed.
Integrated control
module diagnostic/status
LED display shows the
indicated code.
0
2
High Side
Fault
Compressor and outdoor
f
.
Thermostat demand is
present.
Integrated control
module diagnostic/status
LED display shows the
indicated code.
0
2
High
Pressure
Cut Out
Trip
Compressor and outdoor
f
.
Low pressure switch
trip 3 times within same
thermostat demand.
Thermostat demand is
present.
Integrated control
module diagnostic/status
LED display shows the
indicated code.
L
2
High
Pressure
Cut Out
Lockout
(3 Trips)
Compressor and outdoor
f
.
Low pressure switch
trip 3 times within same
thermostat demand.
Thermostat demand is
present.
Integrated control
module diagnostic/status
LED display shows the
indicated code.
LPS
01
Low refrigerant
charge.
Restriction in
liquid line.
Indoor blower
motor failure.
Indoor
thermostat set
extremely low.
Verify refrigerant
charge; adjust as
needed.
Check for
restricted liquid
line; repair/replace
as needed.
Check indoor
blower motor;
repair/replace as
needed.
Check low
pressure switch;
repair/replace as
needed.
Check indoor
thermostat setting.
Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
Must clear fault by
cycling 24VAC to
control.
Replace with correct
replacement part(s).
HIGH SIDE
FAULT
02
Blocked
condenser coil.
Outdoor fan not
running.
Check and clean
condenser coil.
Check outdoor
fan motor; repair/
replace as
needed.
Check outdoor
fan motor wiring;
repair/replace as
needed.
Check outdoor
fan motor
capacitor; replace
as needed.
Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
Fault will clear after 4
consecutive normal
cycles.
Fault may be cleared
by cycling 24VAC to
control.
Replace with correct
replacement part(s).
02
Blocked
condenser coil.
Outdoor fan not
running.
Check and clean
condenser coil.
Check outdoor
fan motor; repair/
replace as
needed.
Check outdoor
fan motor wiring;
repair/replace as
needed.
Check outdoor
fan motor
capacitor; replace
as needed.
Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
Replace with correct
replacement part(s).
02
Blocked
condenser coil.
Outdoor fan not
running.
Check and clean
condenser coil.
Check outdoor
fan motor; repair/
replace as
needed.
Check outdoor
fan motor wiring;
repair/replace as
needed.
Check outdoor
fan motor
capacitor; replace
as needed.
Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
Must clear fault by
cycling 24VAC to
control.
Replace with correct
replacement part(s).
displays error message.
displays error message.
HPS
91
SERVICING
PCBHR104
Digit 3
Digit 2
Digit 1
Run time for last 4 cycles
is less than 3 minutes
each.
Compressor protector has
not tripped.
Low pressure and high
pressure switches are
closed.
Integrated control
module diagnostic/status
LED display shows the
indicated code.
0
3
Short Cycling
Compressor and outdoor
.
f
Compressor protector trips
four consecutive times.
Average run time between
trips is less than 15
seconds.
Integrated control
module diagnostic/status
LED display shows the
indicated code.
0
4
Locked Rotor
CMPR
SHRT
CYCLE
03
Intermittent
thermostat
demand.
Faulty
compressor
relay.
Check thermostat
and thermostat
wiring; repair/
replace as
needed.
Check
compressor
relay operation;
replace control as
needed.
Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
Fault will clear after 4
consecutive normal
cycles.
Fault may be cleared
by cycling 24VAC to
control.
Replace with correct
replacement part(s).
Minimum compressor
runt time is changed
from 30 seconds to 3
minutes.
04
Compressor
bearings are
seized.
Failed
compressor run
capacitor.
Faulty run
capacitor wiring.
Low line voltage.
Check
compressor
operation; repair/
replace as
needed.
Check run
capacitor; replace
as needed.
Check wiring;
repair/replace as
needed.
Verify line voltage
is within range
on rating plate;
contact local
utility is out of
range.
Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
Must clear fault by
cycling 24VAC to
control.
Replace with correct
replacement part(s).
05
Power is
disconnected.
Failed
compressor
protector.
Compressor not
properly wired to
control.
Check circuit
breakers and
fuses.
Check wiring
to unit; repair/
replace as
needed.
Check
compressor;
repair/replace as
needed
Check
compressor
wiring; repair/
replace as
needed.
Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
Fault will clear after 1
normal cycle.
Fault may be cleared
by cycling 24VAC to
control.
Replace with correct
replacement part(s).
06
Compressor start
winding is open.
Failed
compressor run
capacitor.
Faulty run
capacitor wiring.
Compressor not
properly wired to
control.
Faulty
compressor
wiring.
Check
compressor;
repair/replace as
needed.
Check run
capacitor; replace
as needed.
Check wiring;
repair/replace as
needed.
Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
Fault will clear after 1
normal cycle.
Fault may be cleared
by cycling 24VAC to
control.
Replace will correct
replacement part(s).
ROTOR
displays error message.
Compressor and outdoor
or greater than
f
4 hours.
Low pressure and high
pressure switches are
closed.
Integrated control
module diagnostic/status
LED display shows the
indicated code.
0
5
Open Circuit
CIRCUIT
displays error message.
Compressor and outdoor
.
f
Low pressure and high
pressure switches are
closed.
Integrated control
module diagnostic/status
LED display shows the
indicated code.
displays error message.
92
0
6
Open Start
Circuit
START
SERVICING
PCBHR104
Digit 3
Compressor and outdoor
.
f
Low pressure and high
pressure switches are
closed.
Open start circuit has been
detected 4 times with 5
minute delay between each
detection.
Integrated control
module diagnostic/status
LED display shows the
indicated code.
Digit 2
Digit 1
L
6
Open Start
Circuit
Lockout
06
Compressor start
winding is open.
Failed
compressor run
capacitor.
Faulty run
capacitor wiring.
Compressor not
properly wired
to control.
Faulty
compressor
wiring.
Check
compressor;
repair/replace as
needed.
Check run
capacitor; replace
as needed.
Check wiring
repair/replaced
as needed.
Turn power OFF prior
to repair
Must clear fault by
cycling 24VAC to
control.
Replace with correct
replacement part(s).
START
displays error message.
Compressor and outdoor
f
.
Low pressure and high
pressure switches are
closed.
Integrated control
module diagnostic/status
LED display shows the
indicated code.
0
7
Open Run
Circuit
07
Compressor run
winding is open.
Compressor not
properly wired
to control.
Faulty
compressor
wiring.
Check
compressor;
repair/replace as
needed.
Check wiring;
repair/replace as
needed.
Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
Fault will clear after 1
normal cycle.
Fault may be cycling
24VAC to control.
Replace with correct
replacement part(s).
L
7
Open Run
Circuit
Lockout
07
Compressor run
winding is open.
Compressor not
properly wired
to control.
Faulty
compressor
wiring.
Check compressor; repair/replace as needed.
Check wiring;
repair/replace as
needed.
Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
Must clear fault by cycling 24VAC to control.
Replace with correct
replacement part(s).
L
8
Low Line
Voltage
08
Low line voltage.
Check circuit
breakers and
fuses.
Verify unit is
connected to
power supply
Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
Control detects line
voltage less than
185 VAC.
Fault will clear if line
voltage increases
above 185 VAC.
displays error message.
Compressor and outdoor
.
f
Low pressure and high
pressure switches are
closed.
Open run circuit has been
detected 4 times with 5
minute delay between
each detection.
Integrated control
module diagnostic/status
LED display shows the
indicated code.
displays error message.
Air conditioner/heat
pump may appear to be
operating normally.
Compressor protector may
be open (compressor and
outdoor f
Integrated control
module diagnostic/status
LED display shows the
indicated code.
VOLT
rating plate.
Correct low line
voltage condition;
contact local
utility if needed.
93
PCBHR104
SERVICING
Digit 2
Digit 1
Air conditioner/heat
pump may appear to be
operating normally.
Compressor protector
may be open (compressor
and outdoor f
Integrated control
module diagnostic/status
LED display shows the
indicated code.
H
8
Air conditioner/heat
pump may appear to be
operating normally.
Integrated control
module diagnostic/status
LED display shows the
indicated code.
0
.
Integrated control
module diagnostic/status
LED display shows the
indicated code.
P
Air conditioner/heat
pump may appear to be
operating normally.
Compressor protector
may be open (compressor
and outdoor f
Integrated control
module diagnostic/status
LED display shows the
indicated code.
0
Digit 3
94
High Line
Voltage
08
VOLT
High line
voltage
Correct high line
voltage condition;
contact local utility
if needed.
Verify unit is
connected to power
on rating plate.
9
Low Pilot
Voltage
LOW
09
VOLT
0
Comp
Protector
Open
displayed
8
displayed
08
VOLTAGE
Control detects
secondary
voltage less
than 18 VAC.
Transformer
overloaded.
Low line voltage.
through run or
start windings.
Compressor
run winding is
open.
Compressor not
properly wired to
control.
Faulty
compressor
wiring.
Failed
compressor run
capacitor.
Faulty run
capacitor wiring.
Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
Control detects line
voltage greater than
255 VAC.
Fault will clear if line
voltage decreases
below 255 VAC.
Check fuse.
Correct low secondary voltage condition.
Check transformer;
replace if needed.
Turn power OFF prior to
repair.
Fault will clear if
secondary voltage rises
above 21VAC.
Replace with correct
replacement part(s).
Check compressor;
repair/replace as
needed.
Check wiring; repair/
replace as needed.
Check run capacitor; replace as
needed.
Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
Fault will clear after 1
normal cycle.
Fault may be cleared
by cycling 24VAC to
control.
Replace with correct
replacement part(s).
Check circuit
breaker and fuses.
Verify unit is connected to power
Turn power OFF prior
to repair.
Control detects line
voltage less than
185 VAC.
Fault will clear if line
voltage increases
above 185 VAC.
on rating plate.
SERVICING
PCBHR104
7 SEGMENT LED
(DS2)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
A
A
b
b
C
C
C
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
d
E
E
F
H
L
L
L
L
L
P
P
P
P
P
7 SEGMENT LED
(DS1)
n
1
1
2
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
8
2
3
0
9
3
1
2
F
t
E
0
1
2
3
4
E
5
t
8
1
2
6
7
8
3
1
2
0
d
DESCRIPTION OF CONDITION
Standby
Low Pressure CO Trip
Low Side Fault
High Pressure CO Trip
High Side Fault
Short Cy cling
Locked Rotor
Open Circuit
Open Start Circuit
Open Run Circuit
No Line Voltage
Low Pilot Voltage
Pow er Up
Outdoor Air Temp Sensor Fault
Outdoor Coil Temp Sensor Fault *
No Indoor Airflow
Inadequate Airf low
Cool Mode Short Cycle Timer
Low Cool
High Cool
Def rost *
Max Defrost Time *
Forced Defrost *
Data not yet on Netw ork
Invalid Data on Netw ork
System Mis-Match
Conf iguration Mis-Match
Invalid Memory Card Data
Board Misoperation
Open Fus e
Field Test Mode
High Line Voltage
LPCO Lockout (3 Trips)
HPCO Lockout (3 Trips)
Open Start Circuit Lockout
Open Run Circuit Lockout
Low Line Voltage
Heat Mode Short Cycle Timer *
Low Heat *
High Heat *
Comp Protector Open
Pump Dow n
* CODE USED ON HEAT PUMP MODELS ONLY
NOTE 1: DS1, DS2 AND DS3 ARE LABELED ON THE CONTROL ABOVE EACH 7
SEGMENT LED DISPLAY
NOTE 2: 7 SEGMENT LED DISPLAY DS3 IS NOT USED
0140M00407-A
95
SERVICING
Wiring Schematic - 3-Wire CoreSense™ Alert Module
S-10B COPELAND CORESENSE™
DIAGNOSTICS - 3-WIRE MODULE
Applies to ASX /ASZ and DSX/DSZ units
Reset
Switch
One
Current
Sensor
Run/Alert
LED
Trip/Lock-Out
Red LED
The CoreSense™ module is self-contained with no required
external sensors and works with any residential condensing
unit that has a Copeland Scroll™ compressor inside.
Once attached, CoreSense provides around-the-clock monitoring for common electrical problems, compressor defects
and broad system faults. If a glitch is detected, an LED
indicator flashes the proper alert codes to help you quickly
pinpoint the problem. See Diagnostic Table: 3-Wire
CoreSense™ Module on following pages.)
Protection
Output
Data Port
DIAGNOSTICS - 2-WIRE MODULE
Applies to ASX130[18-60]CA, ASX140[1836]1CA, ASX140421DA, and ASX140[48-60]1BA
units
The CoreSense™ module is self-contained with no required
external sensors and works with any residential condensing
unit that has a Copeland Scroll™ compressor inside.
Indoor
Unit
Once attached, CoreSense™ provides around-the-clock
monitoring for common electrical problems, compressor
defects and broad system faults. If a glitch is detected, an
LED indicator flashes the proper alert codes to help you
quickly pinpoint the problem. See Diagnostic Table: 2-Wire
Comfort Alert™ Module on following pages.)
C
Y
Schematic Abbreviation Descriptions
HTCO High Temperature Cut Out Switch
HPCO High Pressure Cut Out Switch
LPCO Low Pressure Cut Out Switch
CC
ECB
Compressor Contactor
Electronic Control Board
(Defrost or Time Delay)
Schematic Abbreviation Descriptions
HTCO High Temperature Cut Out Switch
HPCO High Pressure Cut Out Switch
LPCO Low Pressure Cut Out Switch
CC
ECB
Compressor Contactor
Electronic Control Board
(Defrost or Time Delay)
Wiring Schematic - 2-Wire CoreSense™ Module
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DIAGNOSTICS TABLE: CORESENSE™ MODULE
Flash code number corresponds to the number of LED flashes, followed by a pause and then repeated.
TRIP and ALERT LEDs flashing at the same time mean control circuit voltage is too low for operation.
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SERVICING
DIAGNOSTICS TABLE: CORESENSE™ MODULE (cont.)
Flash code number corresponds to the number of LED flashes, followed by a pause and then repeated.
TRIP and ALERT LEDs flashing at the same time mean control circuit voltage is too low for operation.
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Table 1 - Quick Reference Table
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S-11 CHECKING LOSS OF CHARGE PROTECTOR
(Heat Pump Models)
The loss of charge protectors senses the pressure in the
liquid line and will open its contacts on a drop in pressure. the
low pressure control will automatically reset itself with a rise
in pressure.
The low pressure control is designed to cut-out (open) at
approximately 21 PSIG. It will automatically cut-in (close) at
approximately 50 PSIG.Test for continuity using a VOM and
if not as above, replace the control.
S-12 CHECKING HIGH PRESSURE CONTROL
S-13 CHECKING LOW PRESSURE CONTROL
The low pressure control senses the pressure in the suction
line and will open its contacts on a drop in pressure. The low
pressure control will automatically reset itself with a rise in
pressure.
The low pressure control is designed to cut-out (open) at
approximately 21 PSIG for heat pumps and 55 PSIG for air
conditioners. It will automatically cut-in (close) at approximately 50 PSIG for heat pumps and 95 PSIG for air
conditioners.
Test for continuity using a VOM and if not as above, replace
the control.
S-15 CHECKING CAPACITOR
CAPACITOR, RUN
HIGH VOLTAGE!
Disconnect ALL power before servicing
or installing. Multiple power sources
may be present. Failure to do so may
cause property damage, personal injury
or death.
The high pressure control capillary senses the pressure in the
compressor discharge line. If abnormally high condensing
pressures develop, the contacts of the control open, breaking
the control circuit before the compressor motor overloads.
This control is automatically reset.
1. Using an ohmmeter, check across terminals of high
pressure control, with wire removed. If not continuous,
the contacts are open.
2. Attach a gauge to the dill valve port on the base valve.
With power ON:
WARNING
Line Voltage now present.
3. Start the system and place a piece of cardboard in front
of the condenser coil, raising the condensing pressure.
4. Check pressure at which the high pressure control cutsout. If it cuts-out at 610 PSIG ± 10 PSIG, it is operating
normally (See causes for high head pressure in Service
Problem Analysis Guide). If it cuts out below this pressure
range, replace the control.
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A run capacitor is wired across the auxiliary and main
windings of a single phase permanent split capacitor motor.
The capacitors primary function is to reduce the line current
while greatly improving the torque characteristics of a motor.
This is accomplished by using the 90° phase relationship
between the capacitor current and voltage in conjunction
with the motor windings, so that the motor will give two phase
operation when connected to a single phase circuit. The
capacitor also reduces the line current to the motor by
improving the power factor.
The line side of this capacitor is marked with "COM" and is
wired to the line side of the circuit.
CAPACITOR, START
SCROLL COMPRESSOR MODELS
In most cases hard start components are not required on
Scroll compressor equipped units due to a non-replaceable
check valve located in the discharge line of the compressor.
However, in installations that encounter low lock rotor voltage, a hard start kit can improve starting characteristics and
reduce light dimming within the home. Only hard start kits
approved by Amana® brand or Copeland should be used.
"Kick Start" and/or "Super Boost" kits are not approved start
assist devices.
The discharge check valve closes off high side pressure to
the compressor after shut down allowing equalization through
the scroll flanks. Equalization requires only about 1/2 second.
To prevent the compressor from short cycling, a Time Delay
Relay (Cycle Protector) has been added to the low voltabe
circuit.
SERVICING
RELAY, START
A potential or voltage type relay is used ot take the start
capacitor out of the circuit once the motor comes up to
speed. This type of relay is position sensitive. The normally
closed contacts are wired in series with the start capacitor
and the relay holding coil is wired parallel with the start
winding. As the motor starts and comes up to speed, the
increase in voltage across the start winding will energize the
start relay holding coil and open the contacts to the start
capacitor.
Two quick ways to test a capacitor are a resistance and a
capacitance check.
OHMMETER
CAPACITOR
TESTING CAPACITOR RESISTANCE
2. Set an ohmmeter on its highest ohm scale and connect
the leads to the capacitor A. Good Condition - indicator swings to zero and slowly
returns to infinity. (Start capacitor with bleed resistor will
not return to infinity. It will still read the resistance of the
resistor).
B. Shorted - indicator swings to zero and stops there replace.
VIOLET 20
YELLOW 12
C. Open - no reading - replace. (Start capacitor would
read resistor resistance.)
COM
HERM
FAN
S-15B CAPACITANCE CHECK
T2 T1
Using a hookup as shown below, take the amperage and
voltage readings and use them in the formula:
L2 L1
Capacitance (MFD) = 2650 X Amperage
Voltage
HARD START KIT WIRING
S-15A RESISTANCE CHECK
WARNING
Discharge capacitor through a 20 to 30 OHM
resistor before handling.
HIGH VOLTAGE!
Disconnect ALL power before servicing
or installing. Multiple power sources
may be present. Failure to do so may
cause property damage, personal injury
or death.
VOLTMETER
1. Discharge capacitor and remove wire leads.
15 AMP
FUSE
Discharge capacitor through a 20 to 30 OHM
resistor before handling.
AMMETER
CAPACITOR
TESTING CAPACITANCE
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S-16A CHECKING FAN AND BLOWER MOTOR
WINDINGS (PSC MOTORS)
The auto reset fan motor overload is designed to protect the
motor against high temperature and high amperage conditions by breaking the common circuit within the motor,
similar to the compressor internal overload. However, heat
generated within the motor is faster to dissipate than the
compressor, allow at least 45 minutes for the overload to
reset, then retest.
HIGH VOLTAGE!
Disconnect ALL power before servicing
or installing. Multiple power sources
may be present. Failure to do so may
cause property damage, personal injury
or death.
1. Remove the motor leads from its respective connection
points and capacitor (if applicable).
2. Check the continuity between each of the motor leads.
3. Touch one probe of the ohmmeter to the motor frame
(ground) and the other probe in turn to each lead.
If the windings do not test continuous or a reading is obtained
from lead to ground, replace the motor.
6. Check for signal (24 volts) at the transformer.
7. Check for signal (24 volts) from the thermostat to the "G"
terminal at the 16-pin connector.
8. Using an ohmmeter, check for continuity from the #1 &
#3 (common pins) to the transformer neutral or "C"
thermostat terminal. If you do not have continuity, the
motor may function erratically. Trace the common circuits, locate and repair the open neutral.
9. Set the thermostat to "Fan-On". Using a voltmeter, check
for 24 volts between pin # 15 (G) and common.
10.
Disconnect power to compressor. Set thermostat to
call for cooling. Using a voltmeter, check for 24 volts at
pin # 6 and/or #14.
11.
Set the thermostat to a call for heating. Using a
voltmeter, check for 24 volts at pin #2 and/or #11.
1
2
}
Lines 1 and 2 will be connected
for 12OVAC Power Connector
applications only
3
Gnd
4
AC Line Connection
5
AC Line Connection
S-16B CHECKING FAN AND BLOWER MOTOR
(ECM MOTORS)
An ECM is an Electronically Commutated Motor which
offers many significant advantages over PSC motors. The
ECM has near zero rotor loss, synchronous machine
operation, variable speed, low noise, and programmable air
flow. Because of the sophisticated electronics within the
ECM motor, some technicians are intimated by the ECM
motor; however, these fears are unfounded. GE offers two
ECM motor testers, and with a VOM meter, one can easily
perform basic troubleshooting on ECM motors. An ECM
motor requires power (line voltage) and a signal (24 volts) to
operate. The ECM motor stator contains permanent magnet.
As a result, the shaft feels "rough" when turned by hand. This
is a characteristic of the motor, not an indication of defective
bearings.
WARNING
Line Voltage now present.
1. Disconnect the 5-pin connector from the motor.
2. Using a volt meter, check for line voltage at terminals #4
& #5 at the power connector. If no voltage is present:
3. Check the unit for incoming power See section S-1.
4. Check the control board, See section S-40.
5. If line voltage is present, reinsert the 5-pin connector and
remove the 16-pin connector.
102
OUT -
8
16
OUT +
ADJUST +/-
7
15
G (FAN)
Y1
6
14
Y/Y2
COOL
5
13
EM Ht/W2
DELAY
4
12
24 Vac (R)
COMMON2
3
11
HEAT
W/W1
2
10
BK/PWM (SPEED)
COMMON1
1
9
O (REV VALVE)
16-PIN ECM HARNESS CONNECTOR
If you do not read voltage and continuity as described, the
problem is in the control or interface board, but not the motor.
If you register voltage as described , the ECM power head
is defective and must be replaced.
- Chec k line v oltage f or v ariation or "s ag".
- Chec k low v oltage c onnections
(G, Y , W, R, C) at
motor, unseated pins in motor
harness connec tors .
- Chec k-out s y stem c ontrols - Thermostat.
- Perf orm Mois ture Chec k.*
- Does remov ing panel or f ilter
reduc e "puf f ing"?
- Chec k/replac e f ilter.
- Chec k/c orrec t duct res trictions .
- A djus t to correc t blow er speed s etting.
- Incorrec t or dirty f ilter(s ).
- Incorrec t supply or return duc tw ork.
- Incorrec t blow er speed s etting.
- V aries up and dow n
or intermittent.
- "Hunts " or "puf f s" at
high CFM (s peed).
----
- V ariation in 230 V ac to motor.
- Uns eated pins in w iring harness
c onnectors.
- Erratic CFM c ommand f rom
"BK" terminal.
- Improper thermos tat c onnec tion or s etting.
- Mois ture pres ent in motor/control module.
----
- Turn pow er OFF prior to repair.
- Turn pow er OFF prior to repair.
----
- Motor rocks ,
but w on't s tart.
- It is normal f or motor to
os c illate w ith
no load on s haf t.
- Turn pow er OFF prior to repair.
Wait 5 minutes af ter
disc onnecting pow er bef ore
opening motor.
- Handle elec tronic motor/c ontrol w ith care.
- Chec k f or loose motor mount.
- Make sure blow er w heel is tight on s haf t.
- Perf orm motor/c ontrol replac ement c hec k,
ECM motors only .
- Loos e motor mount.
- Blow er w heel not tight on motor shaf t.
- Bad motor/c ontrol module.
CHART CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE
*Moisture Check
- Connectors are oriented "down" (or as recommended by equipment manufacturer).
- Arrange harnesses with "drip loop" under motor.
- Is condensate drain plugged?
- Check for low airflow (too much latent capacity).
- Check and plug leaks in return ducts, cabinet.
- Check for undercharged condition.
Note: You must use the correct replacement control/motor module since they are factory programmed for specific operating modes. Even though they look alike, different modules may have completely different
functionality. The ECM variable speed motors are c
Important Note: Using the wrong motor/control module voids all product warranties and may produce unexpected results.
- Motor starts,
but runs
erratic ally .
- Motor
os cillates up &
dow n w hile
being tes ted
of f of blow er.
- Motor w on't
s tart.
----
- No mov ement.
----
Cautions and Note s
- Turn pow er OFF prior to repair.
Wait 5 minutes af ter
disc onnecting pow er bef ore
opening motor.
- Handle elec tronic motor/c ontrol w ith care.
----
Cor r e ctive Action
- Chec k 230 V ac pow er at motor.
- Chec k low v oltage (24 V ac R to C) at motor.
- Chec k low v oltage c onnections
(G, Y , W, R, C) at motor.
- Chec k f or unseated pins in c onnec tors
on motor harnes s .
- Tes t w ith a temporary jumper betw een R - G.
-
- This is normal s tart-up f or
variable s peed motor.
Pos s ible Caus e s
- Manual disc onnec t s w itc h of f or
door s w itch open.
- Blow n f use or c ircuit breaker.
- 24 V ac w ires mis w ired.
- Uns eated pins in w iring
harness c onnec tors .
- Bad motor/c ontrol module.
- Mois ture pres ent in motor or c ontrol module.
Fault De s cr iption(s )
Sym ptom
- Motor roc ks
s lightly
w hen starting.
Troubleshooting Chart for GE/R egal-Beloit ECM Variable Speed Air Circulator B lower Motors
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103
104
- Chec k/replac e filter.
- Chec k/c orrec t duc t res tric tions .
- A djus t to c orrect blow er s peed setting.
- Current leakage f rom c ontrols
into G, Y , or W.
-
- Blow er w on't s hut of f .
- A ir noise.
- Motor f ailure or
malf unction has
oc curred and mois ture
is pres ent.
- Replace motor and perf orm
Mois ture Chec k.*
- Moisture in motor/c ontrol module.
- "Hunts " or "puf f s" at
high CFM (speed).
- Turn pow er OFF prior to repair.
Wait 5 minutes af ter
dis connec ting pow er bef ore
opening motor.
- Handle elec tronic motor/control
w ith c are.
- Turn pow er OFF prior to repair.
- Does removing panel or f ilter
reduc e "puff ing"?
- Chec k/replac e filter.
- Chec k/c orrec t duc t res tric tions .
- A djus t to c orrect blow er s peed setting.
-
- Nois y blow er or c abinet.
High s tatic creating high blow er speed.
Inc orrect or dirty f ilter(s ).
Inc orrect s upply or return ductw ork.
Inc orrect blow er s peed setting.
- Turn pow er OFF prior to repair.
- Chec k f or loos e blow er housing,
panels , etc .
- Chec k f or air w his tling thru seams in
ducts , cabinets or panels .
- Chec k f or cabinet/duc t def ormation.
- Turn pow er OFF prior to repair.
- Turn pow er OFF prior to repair.
- Loos e blow er hous ing, panels , etc .
- High s tatic creating high blow er
s peed.
- A ir leaks in duc tw ork, c abinets ,
or panels .
High s tatic creating high blow er speed.
Inc orrect s upply or return ductw ork.
Inc orrect or dirty f ilter(s ).
Inc orrect blow er s peed setting.
- Chec k f or Triac s w itc hed t'stat
or solid s tate relay .
- "R" mis sing/not connec ted at motor.
- Fan in delay mode.
- Turn pow er OFF prior to repair.
Wait 5 minutes af ter
dis connec ting pow er bef ore
opening motor.
- Handle elec tronic motor/control
w ith c are.
- Turn pow er OFF prior to repair.
Wait 5 minutes af ter
dis connec ting pow er bef ore
opening motor.
- Handle elec tronic motor/control
w ith c are.
- Chec k low v oltage (Thermostat)
w ires and connec tions .
- V erif y f an is not in delay mode w ait until delay c omplete.
- Perf orm motor/control replacement
c hec k, ECM motors only .
- Stay s at high CFM.
- 24 V ac w ires mis w ired or loos e.
- "R" mis sing/not connec ted at motor.
- Fan in delay mode.
Cautions and Note s
Cor re ctive Action
- Is fan in delay mode? - w ait until delay time
complete.
- Perf orm motor/control replacement c hec k, ECM
motors only .
- Stay s at low CFM des pite
s y stem c all f or cool
or heat CFM.
Pos s ible Caus e s
Troubleshooting Chart for GE/Regal-Beloit ECM Variable Speed Air C irculator B lower Motors
Fault De s cription(s )
*Moisture Check
- Connectors are oriented "down" (or as recommended by equipment manufacturer).
- Arrange harnesses with "drip loop" under motor.
- Check for low airflow (too much latent capacity).
- Is condensate drain plugged?
- Check and plug leaks in return ducts, cabinet.
- Check for undercharged condition.
Note: You must use the correct replacement control/motor module since they are factory programmed for specific operating modes. Even though they look alike, different modules may have completely different
functionality. The ECM variable speed motors are c
Important Note: Using the wrong motor/control module voids all product warranties and may produce unexpected results.
- Ev idenc e of
Moisture.
- Ex c es s ive
noise.
- Motor s tarts ,
but runs
erratic ally .
Sym ptom
CHART CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE.
SERVICING
SERVICING
S-16C CHECKING ECM MOTOR WINDINGS
HIGH VOLTAGE!
Disconnect ALL power before servicing
or installing. Multiple power sources
may be present. Failure to do so may
cause property damage, personal injury
or death.
1. Disconnect the 5-pin and the 16-pin connectors from the
ECM power head.
2. Remove the 2 screws securing the ECM power head and
separate it from the motor.
3. Disconnect the 3-pin motor connector from the power
head and lay it aside.
4. Using an ohmmeter, check the motor windings for
continuity to ground (pins to motor shell). If the ohmmeter indicates continuity to ground, the motor is defective
and must be replaced.
5. Using an ohmmeter, check the windings for continuity
(pin to pin). If no continuity is indicated, the thermal limit
(over load) device may be open. Allow motor to cool and
retest.
retest.
The MBE/AEPF products use a General Electric ECMTM
motor. This motor provides many features not available on the
traditional PSC motor. These features include:
•
•
•
•
Improved Efficiency
Constant CFM
Soft Start and Stop
Improved Humidity Control
MOTOR SPEED ADJUSTMENT
Each ECM™ blower motor has been preprogrammed for
operation at 4 distinct airflow levels when operating in Cooling/Heat Pump mode or Electric Heat mode. These 4 distinct
levels may also be adjusted slightly lower or higher if desired.
The adjustment between levels and the trim adjustments are
made by changing the dipswitch(s) either to an "OFF" or "ON"
position.
DIPSWITCH FUNCTIONS
The MBE / AEPF air handler motors have an electronic
control that contains an eight (8) position dip switch. The
function of these dipswitches are shown in Table 1.
Dipsw itch N umber
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
3-pin motor
connector
Function
Electric Heat
N /A
Indoor Therm ostat
C ooling & H eat P um p C FM
CFM Trim A djust
Table 1
CFM DELIVERY
Tables 2, 3, 5 and 6 show the CFM output for dipswitch
combinations 1-2, and 5-6.
16-pin
connector
5-pin
connector
Electric Heat Operation
Model
Switch 1
Switch 2
CFM
OFF
OFF
ON
S-16D ECM CFM ADJUSTMENTS MBE / AEPF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
MBE MOTOR
OFF
OFF
This section references the operation characteristics of the
MBE/AEPF models motor only. The ECM control board is
factory set with the dipswitch #4 in the “ON” position and all
other dipswitches are factory set in the “OFF” position.
When MBE/AEPF are used with 2-stage cooling units,
dipswitch #4 should be in the "OFF" position.
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
1,200
1,000
800
600
1,600
1,400
1,200
1,000
2,000
1,800
1,600
1,200
MBE1200
For most applications, the settings are to be changed
according to the electric heat size and the outdoor unit
selection.
MBE1600
MBE2000
Table 2
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Cooling/Heat Pump Operation
Model
MBE1200
Switch 5
Switch 6
CFM
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
1,200
1,000
800
600
1,600
1,400
1,200
1,000
2,000
1,800
1,600
1,200
ON
OFF
MBE1600
MBE2000
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Table 3
THERMOSTAT “FAN ONLY” MODE
During Fan Only Operations, the CFM output is 30% of the
cooling setting.
WARNING
Hermetic compressor electrical terminal venting can
be dangerous. When insulating material which
supports a hermetic compressor or electrical terminal
suddenly disintegrates due to physical abuse or as a
result of an electrical short between the terminal and
the compressor housing, the terminal may be
expelled, venting the vapor and liquid contents of the
compressor housing and system.
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If the compressor terminal PROTECTIVE COVER and gasket (if required) are not properly in place and secured, there
is a remote possibility if a terminal vents, that the vaporous
and liquid discharge can be ignited, spouting flames several
feet, causing potentially severe or fatal injury to anyone in its
path.
This discharge can be ignited external to the compressor if
the terminal cover is not properly in place and if the discharge
impinges on a sufficient heat source.
Ignition of the discharge can also occur at the venting
terminal or inside the compressor, if there is sufficient
contaminant air present in the system and an electrical arc
occurs as the terminal vents.
Ignition cannot occur at the venting terminal without the
presence of contaminant air, and cannot occur externally
from the venting terminal without the presence of an external
ignition source.
Therefore, proper evacuation of a hermetic system is
essential at the time of manufacture and during servicing.
To reduce the possibility of external ignition, all open flame,
electrical power, and other heat sources should be extinguished or turned off prior to servicing a system.
If the following test indicates shorted, grounded or open
windings, see procedures S-19 for the next steps to be
taken.
SERVICING
S-16E BLOWER PERFORMANCE DATA
SPEED
HIGH
MEDIUM
LOW
STATIC
MBR800**-*
SCFM
MBR1200**-*
SCFM
MBR1600**-*
SCFM
MBR2000**-*
SCFM
0.1
1,240
1,500
1,800
2,160
0.2
1,170
1,460
1,740
2,080
0.3
1,120
1,360
1,680
1,990
0.4
1,060
1,280
1,610
1,890
0.5
980
1,200
1,520
1,790
0.6
900
1,110
1,430
1,690
0.1
900
1,380
1,540
1,730
0.2
850
1,320
1,490
1,670
0.3
790
1,270
1,450
1,590
0.4
740
1,200
1,400
1,520
0.5
680
1,140
13,560
1,420
0.6
605
1,040
1,280
1,320
0.1
650
1,170
1,130
1,520
0.2
590
1,130
1,100
1,450
0.3
540
1,080
1,070
1,360
0.4
500
1,020
1,030
1,290
0.5
430
950
990
1,200
0.6
330
830
930
1,090
NOTE: External static is for blower @ 230 Volts. It does not include Coil, Air Filter or Electric Heaters.
S-16F CHECKING HIGH EFFICIENCY MOTORS
The motor is a one piece, fully encapsulated, 3 phase
brushless DC (single phase AC input) motor with ball bearing
construction.
High Voltage
Connections
3/16"
1. Using a voltmeter, check for 230 volts to the motor
connections L and N. If 230 volts is present, proceed to
step 2. If 230 volts is not present, check the line voltage
circuit to the motor.
C L G N
2. Using a voltmeter, check for 24 volts from terminal C to
either terminal 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5, depending on which tap is
being used, at the motor. If voltage present, proceed
tostep 3. If no voltage, check 24 volt circuit to motor.
3. If voltage was present in steps 1 and 2, the motor has
failed and will need to be replaced.
Note: When replacing motor, ensure the belly band is
between the vents on the motor and the wiring has the
proper drip loop to prevent condensate from entering the
motor.
1 2 3 4 5
Low Voltage Connections
1/4”
MOTOR CONNECTIONS
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SERVICING
S-16G CHECKING EMERSON ULTRATECHTM ECM
MOTORS
To use the diagnostic tool, perform the following steps:
1. Disconnect power to the air handler.
DESCRIPTION
2. Disconnect the 4-circuit control harness from the motor.
The AVPTC and MBVC models utilize an Emerson, 4-wire
variable speed ECM blower motor. The ECM blower motor
provides constant CFM.
3. Plug the 4-circuit connector from the diagnostic tool into
the motor control connector.
The motor is a serially communicating variable speed motor.
Only four wires are required to control the motor: +Vdc,
Common, Receive, and Transmit.
The +Vdc and Common wires provide power to the motor's
low voltage control circuits. Typical supply voltage is 9-15
volts DC.
GENERAL CHECKS/CONSIDERATIONS
4. Connect one alligator clip from the diagnostic tool to a
ground source.
5. Connect the other alligator clip to a 24VAC source.
NOTE: The alligator clips are NOT polarized.
NOTE: The UltraCheck-EZTM diagnostic tool is equipped
with a nonreplaceable fuse. Connecting the tool to a source
other than 24VAC could damage the tool and cause the fuse
to open. Doing so will render the diagnostic tool inoperable.
6. Turn on power to air handler or modular blower.
1. Check power supply to the air handler or modular blower.
Ensure power supply is within the range specified on
rating plate. See section S-1.
2. Check motor power harness. Ensure wires are continuous and make good contact when seated in the connectors. Repair or replace as needed.
WARNING
Line Voltage now present.
3. Check motor control harness. Ensure wires are continuous and make good contact when seated in the connectors. Repair or replace as needed.
7. Depress the orange power button on the diagnostic tool
to send a run signal to the motor. Allow up to 5 seconds
for the motor to start.
4. Check thermostat and thermostat wiring. Ensure thermostat is providing proper cooling/heating/continuous fan
demands. Repair or replace as needed.
NOTE: If the orange power button does not illuminate when
depressed, the tool either has an open fuse or is not properly
connected to a 24VAC source.
5. Check blower wheel. Confirm wheel is properly seated on
motor shaft. Set screw must be on shaft flat and torqued
to 165 in-lbs minimum. Confirm wheel has no broken or
loose blades. Repair or replace as needed.
8. The green LED on the diagnostic tool will blink indicating
communications between the tool and motor. See table
below for indications of tool indicators and motor actions.
Replace or repair as needed.
6. Ensure motor and wheel turn freely. Check for interference between wheel and housing or wheel and motor.
Repair or replace as needed.
7. Check housing for cracks and/or corrosion. Repair or
replace as needed.
8. Check motor mounting bracket. Ensure mouting bracket
is tightly secured to the housing. Ensure bracket is not
cracked or broken.
Emerson UltraCheck-EZTM Diagnostic Tool
The Emerson UltraCheck-EZTM diaganostic tool may be used
to diagnose the ECM motor.
HIGH VOLTAGE!
Disconnect ALL power before servicing
or installing. Multiple power sources
may be present. Failure to do so may
cause property damage, personal injury
or death.
Pow e r
Bu tto n
G re e n
L ED
M oto r
Actio n
OFF
OFF
Not
Rotating
ON
B link ing
Rotating
ON
OFF
Rotating
ON
B link ing
Not
Rotating
ON
OFF
Not
Rotating
Ind ica tio n (s)
Confirm 24V A C to
UltraChec k -E ZTM tool.
If 24V A C is c onfirm ed,
diagnos tic tool is
inoperable.
M otor and c ontrol/end
bell are func tioning
properly .
Replac e m otor
c ontrol/end bell.
Chec k m otor (s ee
Motor Chec k s below).
Replac e m otor
c ontrol/end bell; verify
m otor (s ee Motor
Chec k s below).
9. Depress the orange power button to turn off motor.
10. Disconnect power. Disconnect diagnostic tool.
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11. Reconnect the 4-wire harness from control board to
motor.
Electrical Checks - High Voltage Power Circuits
2. Check voltage between pins 1 and 4 on the 4-wire motor
control harness between the motor and control board.
Voltage should be between 9 and 15 VDC.
3. If no voltage is present, check control board. See section
S-40A.
Motor Control/End Bell Checks
HIGH VOLTAGE!
Disconnect ALL power before servicing
or installing. Multiple power sources
may be present. Failure to do so may
cause property damage, personal injury
or death.
1. Disconnect power to air handler or modular blower.
2. Disconnect the 5-circuit power connector to the ECM
motor.
3. Turn on power to air handler or modular.
WARNING
Line Voltage now present.
4. Measure voltage between pins 4 and 5 on the 5-circuit
connector. Measured voltage should be the same as the
supply voltage to the air handler or modular.
1
2
}
Lines 1 and 2 will be connected
for 12OVAC Power Connector
applications only
3
Gnd
4
AC Line Connection
5
AC Line Connection
HIGH VOLTAGE!
Disconnect ALL power before servicing
or installing. Multiple power sources
may be present. Failure to do so may
cause property damage, personal injury
or death.
1. Disconnect power to air handler or modular blower.
NOTE: Motor contains capacitors that can hold a charge for
several minutes after disconnecting power. Wait 5 minutes
after removing power to allow capacitors to discharge.
2. Disconnect the motor control harness and motor power
harness.
3. Remove the blower assembly from the air handler or
modular blower.
4. Remove the (3) screws securing the control/end bell to
the motor. Separate the control/end bell. Disconnect
the 3-circuit harness from the control/end bell to remove
the control/end bell from the motor.
5. Inspect the NTC thermistor inside the control/end bell
(see figure below). Replace control/end bell if thermistor
is cracked or broken.
5. Measure voltage between pins 4 and 3. Voltage should
be approximately half of the voltage measured in step 4.
6. Measure voltage between pins 5 and 3. Voltage should
be approximately half of the voltage measured in step 4.
7. If no voltage is present, check supply voltage to air handler
or modular blower. See section S-1.
8. Disconnect power to air handler or modular blower.
Reconnect the 5-circuit power harness disconnected in
step 2.
Electrical Checks - Low Voltage Control Circuits
1. Turn on power to air handler or modular.
6. Inspect the large capacitors inside the control/end bell
(see figure below). Replace the control/end bell if any of
the capacitors are bulging or swollen.
WARNING
Line Voltage now present.
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S-16H ECM CFM ADJUSTMENTS AVPTC/MBVC
This section references the operation characteristics of the
MBVC models. The MBVC models utilize an integrated air
handler control. The air handler control provides ECM
blower motor control and includes all dipswitches necessary to set up the cooling, heat pump and electric airflow
characteristics.
7. Locate the 3-circuit connector in the control/end bell.
Using an ohmmeter, check the resistance between each
terminal in the connector. If the resistance is 100kW or
greater, the control/end bell is functioning properly. Replace the control/end bell if the resistance is lower than
100kW.
8. Reassemble motor and control/end bell in reverse of
disassembly. Replace blower assembly into air handler
or modular blower.
Motor Checks
HIGH VOLTAGE!
Disconnect ALL power before servicing
or installing. Multiple power sources
may be present. Failure to do so may
cause property damage, personal injury
or death.
The control has three banks of dipswitches: a bank for
cooling airflow and trim adjustment, a bank for selecting one
of (4) enhancement profiles and enabling dehumidification,
and a bank for selecting the installed electric heater kit size.
Adjustments are made by selecting the appropriate ON/
OFF combinations of the dipswitches. The dipswitches
along with their functions are shown in the figures below.
Cooling Airflow Dipswitches - Used to set the desired
cooling airflow
Tap A
Tap B
OFF ON
Tap D*
Tap C
OFF ON
OFF ON
OFF ON
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
Cooling Airflow Speed Tap (* indicates factory setting)
Airflow Adjust Dipswitches - Used to adjust the airflow +/
-10%
Normal*
+10%
-10%
Normal
OFF ON
OFF ON
OFF ON
OFF ON
1. Disconnect power to air handler or modular blower.
NOTE: Motor contains capacitors that can hold a charge for
several minutes after disconnecting power. Wait 5 minutes
after removing power to allow capacitors to discharge.
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
2. Disassemble motor as described in steps 2 through 4
above.
3. Locate the 3-circuit harness from the motor. Using an
ohmmeter, measure the resistance between each motor
phase winding. The resistance levels should be equal.
Replace the motor if the resistance levels are unequal,
open circuited or short circuited.
4. Measure the resistance between each motor phase
winding and the motor shell. Replace the motor if any
phase winding is short circuited to the motor shell.
Airflow Adjust Taps (* indicates factory sett ing)
Ramping Profile Dipswitches - Used to select a comfort
profile for the cooling mode.
Tap A*
Tap B
OFF ON
Tap C
OFF ON
Tap D
OFF ON
OFF ON
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
6
5. Reassemble motor and control/end bell in reverse of
disassembly. Replace blower assembly into air handler
or modular blower.
Cooling Airflow Ramping Profiles (* indicates factory
setting)
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Dehumidification Disable/Enable Dipswitch - Reduces
cooling airflow by ~ 15% when enabled AND when used with
a humidistat (such as DEHUM1). Airflow is reduced when
a call for cooling is present and the humidistat is open.
Electric Heater Airflow - Airflow for installed electric heaters
is set by adjusting the dipswitches to the appropriate heater
size.
OFF ON
7
DEHUM
8
Unused
Move to the ON position to
enable dehumidification
21 kW*
20 kW
15 kW
10 kW
OFF ON
OFF ON
OFF ON
OFF ON
9
9
9
9
10
10
10
10
11
11
11
11
Electric Heating Airflow (* indicates factory setting)
8 kW
5 kW
6 kW
OFF ON
OFF ON
3 kW
OFF ON
OFF ON
9
9
9
9
10
10
10
10
11
11
11
11
Electric Heating Airflow (* indicates factory setting)
The table below indicates the airflow that corresponds to the
available dipswitch settings.
MBVC Airflow Table
Speed Selection Dip Switches
Cool
Selection
Switches
Adjust
Selection
Switches
Profile
Selection
Switches
TAP
1
2
3
4
5
6
A
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
B
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
C
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
D
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Profiles
Pre-Run
Short-Run
OFF Delay
A
-------
--------
60 sec/100%
B
-------
30 sec/50%
60 sec/100%
C
-------
7.5 min/82%
60 sec/100%
D
30 sec/50%
7.5 min/82%
30 sec/50%
To set airflow: (1) Select model and desired
high stage cooling airflow. Determine the cooresponding tap
( A, B, C, or D ). Set dip switches 1 and 2 to the appropriate
ON / OFF positions. (2) Select model and installed electric
heater size. Set switches 9, 10, and 11 to the appropriate
ON/OFF positions. (3) Select the airflow adjustment factor tap
A and D are 0%; Tap B is +10%; Tap C -10%. Set dip switches 3
and 4 to the appropriate ON / OFF positions.
To set Comfort Mode: Select desired Comfort Mode profile
(see profiles above). Set switches 5 and 6 to the approriate
ON / OFF positions.
0140A00045
Htr Kw
9
10
11
3
ON
ON
ON
600
800
800
5
ON
ON
OFF
600
800
800
6
ON
OFF
ON
635
800
800
8
ON
OFF
OFF
740
1000
1000
10
OFF
ON
ON
1000
1000
1200
15
OFF
ON
OFF
1400
1500
1500
20
OFF
OFF
ON
NR
NR
2000
Low Stage
Cool
High Stage
Cool
Model
MBVC1200*
Tap
MBVC16000*
MBVC2000*
MBVC1200 *
A
B
C
D
400
540
670
800
600
800
1000
1200
MBVC1600 *
A
B
C
D
670
800
940
1070
1000
1200
1400
1600
MBVC2000 *
A
B
C
D
800
1070
1200
1340
1200
1600
1800
2000
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AVPTC Airflow Table
Cooling/Heat Pump Airflow Table
Model
S p ee d S ele cti on D ip S witch es
C oo l
S ele c tion
S witch es
T ap
A
B
C
D
1
O FF
ON
O FF
ON
Ad ju s t
S el ec tio n
S w it che s
2
O FF
O FF
ON
ON
T R IM
0%
+ 1 0%
- 10 %
0%
3
O FF
ON
O FF
ON
4
OF F
OF F
ON
ON
AVPTC313714*
TO SET C OM F OR T M OD E:
Sele ct des ir ed C om fort M od e p rofile (s e e pr ofile s abo ve) . Set s witch es
5 a nd 6 to the app rop riate ON /OF F po si tion s.
Profile
Selection
Switches
Profiles
Pre-Run
Short-Run
Off Delay
5
6
A
------30 sec/50%
60 sec/100%
60 sec/100%
OFF
OFF
B
-------------
ON
OFF
C
-------
7.5 mins/82% 60 sec/100%
OFF
ON
D
30 sec/50%
7.5 mins/82%
ON
ON
AVPTC426014*
Low
Stage
Cool
420
560
700
410
560
700
830
810
940
1050
1210
High
Stage
Cool
630
840
1040
610
830
1040
1240
1210
1410
1560
1800
NOTE: Airflow data shown applies to non-communicating mode operation only. For a fully
communicating system, please see the outdoor unit's install ation instructions for cooling and heat
pump airflow data. See ComfortNet™ System - Airflow Consideration section for details.
Electr ic Heat Airflow Table
ON
OFF
ON
AVPTC
183014*
630
730
840
AVPTC
313714*
610
710
840
AVPTC
426014*
600
680
790
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
1080
1270
NR
NR
NR
1060
1260
1470
NR
NR
990
1190
1390
1580
1580
Htr kW
9
10
11
3
5
6
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
8
10
15
20
21
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
NOTE: Airflow data shown applies to the emergency heat mode (electric heat only) in either noncommunicating mode operation or fully communicating mode operation.
NOTE: When 8kW and 10kW heat kits are used with an
AVPTC1830 and AVPTC313, matched with 2-ton outdoor
unit, see Note 1below.
1 Set Heater Kit dip switches 9, 10 and 11 to 6kW setting
(9-ON, 10-OFF, 11-ON) to obtain 840 CFM.
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A
B
C
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
AVPTC183014*
TO SET A IRF L OW :
1.Sel ect ap pr opr ia te m od el fr om C ooling /H ea t P um p Airflo w T a ble.
Bas ed on d es ire d Airflo w f or y ou r ap plication se lect c orres po ndi ng ta p
(A ,B,C or D). Set d ip s witches 1 & 2 to the a ppr opriate ON /O FF
p ositio ns.
2. Se lect a ppr opr iate Air flow a djustm e nt fa ctor for app li ca tion
(0 % . + 10% , -10% ) . Set d ip sw itc h es 3 & 4 to the a p prop ria te ON /OF F
p ositio ns.
3. If in stalled w it h He ater K it:
U sing Ele ctric H eat Airflow T able , set d ip sw it ch es 9, 10 and 11 t o the
app rop riate O N/O FF pos itions b a se d on H eater k it insta lled.
If ins ta lled w ith ou t H ea ter Kit:
Ens ure d ip s witches 9, 1 0 an d 1 1 a re s et to a v a lid he ater kit se lectio n.
Exam p le : T he o nly valid hea t er k its for AVPT C 1 830 14* app lic ation s
a re 3, 5 , 6, 8 an d 1 0 kW .
Fa ilu re to do so w ill r es u lt in a H eater Kit e rr or c ode .
30 sec/50%
Tap
SERVICING
2
C
24VAC
W2 W1
TR
TH
COM
ST3
FUSE
3A
ST1
Auxiliary
Alarms
CAS
DE
HUM
O
Seven Segment
LED
Y2
Y1
W2
W1
G
Green CFM LED
C
R
2
3
1
C
2
1
R
ST2
ST4
Dip Switches
Communicating Board
CIRCULATOR BLOWER
This air handler is equipped with a multi-speed circulator
blower. This blower provides ease in adjusting blower
speeds. The Specification Sheet applicable to your model
provides an airflow table, showing the relationship between
airflow (CFM) and external static pressure (E.S.P.), for the
proper selection of heating and cooling speeds. The heating
blower speed is shipped set at 21kW or 25kW, and the
cooling blower speed is set at “D”. These blower speeds
should be adjusted by the installer to match the installation
requirements so as to provide the correct electric heating
CFM and correct cooling CFM.
Use the CFM LED (green) to obtain an approximate airflow
quantity. The green CFM LED blinks once for each 100 CFM
of airflow.
1. Determine the tonnage of the cooling system installed
with the air handler. If the cooling capacity is in BTU/hr
divide it by 12,000 to convert capacity to TONs.
Example: Cooling Capacity of 30,000 BTU/hr.
30,000/12,000 = 2.5 Tons
2. Determine the proper air flow for the cooling system.
Most cooling systems are designed to work with air flows
between 350 and 450 CFM per ton. Most manufacturers
recommend an air flow of about 400 CFM per ton.
Example: 2.5 tons X 400 CFM per ton = 1000 CFM
The cooling system manufacturer’s instructions must be
checked for required air flow. Any electronic air cleaners or
other devices may require a specific airflow; consult installation instructions of those devices for requirements.
3. Knowing the air handler model, locate the high stage
cooling air flow charts in the Specification Sheet applicable to your model. Look up the cooling air flow
determined in step 2 and find the required cooling speed
and adjustment setting.
Example: An AVPTC30C14 air handler installed with
a 2.5 ton air conditioning system. The air flow needed
is 1000 CFM. Looking at the cooling speed chart for
AVPTC30C14, find the air flow closest to 1000 CFM. A
cooling airflow of 1000 CFM can be attained by setting
the cooling speed to “C” and the adjustment to “0” (no
adjustment).
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4. Locate the blower speed selection DIP switches on the
integrated control module. Select the desired “cooling”
speed tap by positioning switches 1 and 2 appropriately. If airflow adjustment is required, set dip switch
S8 (trim enable) to ON (trim enable default is off). Then
select the desired “adjust” tap by positioning switches
S3 and S4 appropriately. Refer to the following
Dipswitches - Cooling Airflow and Airflow Adjust Taps
figure for switch positions and their corresponding
taps. Verify CFM by counting the number of times the
green CFM LED blinks.
Tap A
OFF
Tap B
ON
Tap C
OFF ON
OFF
Tap D*
ON
OFF
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
ON
Cooling Air flow Speed Tap (*indicates factory setting)
+5%
OFF
-5%
ON
+10%
OFF ON
OFF
-10%
ON
OFF
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
5. Continuous fan speeds that provide 25, 50, 75, and 100%
of the furnace’s maximum airflow capability are selectable via dip switches S12 and S13.
If the furnace’s maximum airflow capability is 2000 CFM
and 25% continuous fan speed is selected, the continuous fan speed will be 0.25 x 2000 CFM = 500 CFM.
25%
OFF
50%*
75%
OFF ON
ON
OFF
100%
ON
OFF
12
12
12
12
13
13
13
13
ON
Fan Only Selection (*indicates factory setting)
6. The multi-speed circulator blower also offers several
custom ON/OFF ramping profiles. These profiles may be
used to enhance cooling performance and increase
comfort level. The ramping profiles are selected using
DIP switches 5 and 6. Refer to the following Dipswitches
- Cooling Airflow Ramping Profiles figure for switch
positions and their corresponding taps. Refer to the bullet
points below for a description of each ramping profile.
Verify profile selection by counting the green CFM LED
blinks and timing each step of the ramping profile.
ON
Air flow Adjust Taps (*indicates factory setting)
Dip Switches - Cooling Airflow and Airflow
Adjust Taps
NOTE: Upon start up in communicating mode the circuit board may display an “Ec” error. This is an indication that the
dip switches on the control board need to be configured in accordance with the Electric Heating Airflow Table. Configuring
the dip switches and resetting power to the unit will clear the error code.
Within the thermostat user menu, CTK0* communicating thermostat will display 20 kW for OFF-OFF-ON dip switch selection
and 21 kW for OFF-OFF-OFF dip switch selection.
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• Profile A provides only an OFF delay of one (1) minute
at 100% of the cooling demand airflow.
100% CFM
100% CFM
OFF
OFF
1 min
• Profile B ramps up to full cooling demand airflow by first
stepping up to 50% of the full demand for 30 seconds.
The motor then ramps to 100% of the required airflow.
A one (1) minute OFF delay at 100% of the cooling
airflow.
100% CFM
100% CFM
50% CFM
OFF
OFF
1/2 min
1 min
7. If an electric heater kit has been installed, determine the
heater kilowatt (kW) rating. Find the heater size in the
table below. Set dip switches 9, 10, and 11 for the
installed heater as shown in the Dipswitches - Electric
Heat Airflow table on the previous page. The adjust
setting (already established by the cooling speed selection) also applies to the electric heater kit airflow. Thus,
the electric heater airflow is adjusted by the same
amount. Verify selected CFM by counting the green
CFM LED blinks.
If an electric heater kit has not been installed, set dip
switches 9, 10, and 11 to any valid heater kit setting (see
ariflow table for valid settings). This will prevent an Ec
Error code from being displayed.
NOTE: For installations not indicated in the preceding
Temperature Rise Tables, the following formula is to be
used:
TR = (kW x 3412) x (Voltage Correction) x (1.08 x CFM)
• Profile C ramps up to 82% of the full cooling demand
airflow and operates there for approximately 7 1/2
minutes. The motor then steps up to the full demand
airflow. Profile C also has a one (1) minute 100% OFF
delay.
Where: TR
= Temperature Rise
kW
= Heater Kit Actual kW
3412
= Btu per kW
Voltage Correction
=.96 (230 Supply Volts)
=.92 (220 Supply Volts)
100% CFM
OFF
=.87 (208 Supply Volts)
OFF
• Profile D ramps up to 50% of the demand for 1/2 minute,
then ramps to 82% of the full cooling demand airflow and
operates there for approximately 7 1/2 minutes. The
motor then steps up to the full demand airflow. Profile
D has a 1/2 minute at 50% airflow OFF delay.
OFF
OFF
1.08
= Constant
CFM
= Measured Airflow
NOTE: The Temperature Rise Tables can also be used to
determine the air handler airflow delivery. When using these
tables for this purpose set the room thermostat to maximum
heat and allow the system to reach steady state conditions.
Insert two thermometers, one in the return air and one in the
supply air. The temperature rise is the supply air temperature
minus the room air temperature.
Use HKR specification sheets to determine the HKR available
for a given air handler.
Tap A*
OFF ON
Tap B
Tap C
OFF ON
OFF
Tap D
ON
OFF
S5
S5
S5
S5
S6
S6
S6
S6
ON
Dipswitches - Cooling Airflow Ramping
Profiles
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Speed Selection Dip Switches
Cool
Selection
Switches
TAP
S1
A
OFF
B
ON
C
OFF
D
ON
Adjust
Selection
Switches
S2
S3
Profile
Selection
Switches
S4
S5
S6
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
Cooling/Heat Pump Airflow Table
Continuous
Fan
Speed
S12
S13
OFF
OFF
AVPTC24B14**
Low stage
(CFM)
High stage
(CFM)
A
410
610
B
565
835
C
660
970
D
765
1125
610
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
A
440
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
B
605
835
C
740
1020
D
885
1225
OFF Delay
A
500
725
60 sec/100%
B
700
1000
C
930
1330
D
1120
1600
A
500
725
B
700
1000
C
930
1330
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
-------
B
-------
30 sec/50%
60 sec/100%
C
-------
7.5 min/82%
60 sec/100%
7.5 min/82%
30 sec/50%
--------
AVPTC30C14**
ON
A
30 sec/50%
Short-Run
ON
Pre-Run
AVPTC36C14**
AVPTC48C14**
To set Airflow: (1) Select model and desired High Stage Cooling
Airflow. Determine the corresponding tap (A, B, C, D). Set dip
switches S1 and S2 to the appropriate ON / OFF positions.
(2) Select model and installed electric heater size. Set dip
switches S9, S10, and S11 to the appropriate ON / OFF positions.
(3) If airflow adjustment is required set Trim Enable Switch S8 to
ON (OFF = 0% Trim) and set S3 and S4 to appropriate ON / OFF
positions. Tap A is +5%,Tap B is -5%, Tap C is +10%, Tap D is
-10%.
To Set Comfort mode: Select desired Comfort Mode Profile (see
profiles above). Set dip switches S5 and S6 to appropriate ON /
OFF positions.
Dehumidification: To enable, set dip switch S7 to ON. Cooling
airflow will be reduced to 85% of nominal value during cool call
when Dehum command is present. To disable, set S7 to OFF.
Continuous Fan Speed: Use dip switches S12 and S13 to select
one of 4 continuous fan speeds, Tap A is 25%. Tap B is 50%, Tap
C is 75%, Tap D is 100%.
Notes:
1. Airflow data shown applies to legacy mode operation only.
For a fully communicating system, please see the outdoor
unit's installation instructions for cooling and heat pump
airflow data. See ComfortNet System-Airflow Consideration
section for details.
2. Airflow blink codes are approximations of actual airflow.
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Speed tap
OFF ON
Profiles
D
Model
AVPTC42D14**
AVPTC48D14**
AVPTC60D14**
D
1120
1600
A
560
800
B
763
1090
C
994
1420
D
1225
1750
A
900
1350
B
1035
1550
C
1140
1700
D
1200
1800
A
1210
1610
B
1365
1815
C
1450
1920
D
1525
2025
NOTE: Airflow blink codes are approximations of actual airflow. Airflows
provided are at 0.3 static.
SERVICING
ELECTRIC HEAT AIRFLOW TABLE
Htr kW
9
10
11 AVPTC24B14A*
3
ON
ON
ON
5
ON
ON OFF
AVPTC30C14A*
AVPTC36C14A*
AVPTC48C14*
AVPTC42D14A*+ AVPTC48D14A* ++ AVPTC60D14A*+++
550
600
NR
NR
850**
NR
NR
650
700
850
850
1250
1250
1250
6
ON OFF ON
700
750
900
900
1300
1300
1300
8
ON OFF OFF
800
875
1000
1000
1500
1500
1500
10
OFF ON
850
950
1200
1200
1550
1550
1550
15
OFF ON OFF
NR
NR
1440
1440
1720
1720
1780
NR
NR
1500
1500
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
1500
1500
1800
1815
1850
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
1850
1850
19*
ON
OFF OFF ON
20
21 or 25* OFF OFF OFF
NOTE: Airflow data shown applies to the electric heat only in either legacy mode or communicating mode operation.
* Within thermostat user menu, CTK0* communicating thermostat will display 20 kW for OFF-OFF-ON dip switch selection and
21 kW for OFF- OFF-OFF dip switch selection.
NR- Not rated
+
For match up with a 2 ton outdoor unit: Heater kit application shall not exceed 10 kW.
Airflow for 5 kW up to 10 kW heater kits shall be set to 850 cfm speed tap of ON-ON-ON.
++
For match up with a 3 ton outdoor unit: Heater kit application shall not exceed 15 kW.
Airflow for 5 kW up to 15 kW heater kits shall be set to 1300 cfm speed tap of ON-OFF-ON.
+++
For match up with a 3.5 ton outdoor unit: Heater kit application shall not exceed 20 kW.
Airflow for 5 kW up to 20 kW heater kits shall be set to 1500 cfm speed tap of ON-OFF-OFF
** 3 kW heater kit is not applicable for this indoor application.
HKSX10XC
HKSC05XC
HKSC08XC
HKSC10XC
HKSC15XA
HKSC15XB
HKSC15XF
HKSC19CA
HKSC19CB
HKSC20XF*
HKSC25XF
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
AVPTC36C14A*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
AVPTC48C14A*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
AVPTC42D14A*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
AVPTC48D14A*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
AVPTC60D14A*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
*
Revision level that may or may not be designated.
C
Circuit breaker option.
HKSC25DC
HKSX08XC
X
AVPTC30C14A*
HKSC20DB
HKSX06XC
AVPTC24B14A*
Mode ls
HKSC20DA
HKSX05XC
HKSX20XF*
HKSX03XC
HKSX15XF*
Heat Kit Selection
NOTE: Airflow selection should meet the minimum requirements as mentioned in Table 5.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
DIAGNOSTIC CHART
ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE (ESD) PRECATIONS
NOTE: Discharge body's static electricity before touching
unit. An electrstaic can adversly affect electrical components.
Use the following precautions during air handler installation
and servicing to protect the integrated control module from
damage. By putting the air handler, the control, and ther
person at the same electrostatic potentential, these steps
will help avoid exposing the integrated control module to
electrostatic discharge. This procedure is applicable to
both installed and uninstalled (ungrounded) blowers.
1. Disconnect all power to the blower. Do not touch the
integrated control module or any wire connected to the
control prior to discharging your body’s electrostatic
charge to ground.
2. Firmly touch a clean, unpainted, metal surface of the
air handler blower near the control. Any tools held in
a person’s hand during grounding will be discharged.
3. Service integrated control module or connecting wiring
following the discharge process in step 2. Use caution
not to recharge your body with static electricity; (i.e.,
do not move or shuffle your feet, do not touch ungrounded objects, etc.). If you come in contact with an
ungrounded object, repeat step 2 before touching
control or wires.
4. Discharge your body to ground before removing a new
control from its container. Follow steps 1 through 3 if
installing the control on a blower. Return any old or new
controls to their containers before touching any ungrounded object.
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WARNING
HIGH VOLTAGE!
T O AVOID PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH DUE TO
ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DISCONNECT ELECTRICAL POWER
BEFORE PERFORMING ANY SERVICE OR MAINTENANCE.
Refer to the Troubleshooting Chart at the end of this manual
for assistance in determining the source of unit operational
problems. The 7 segment LED display will provide any active
fault codes. An arrow printed next to the display indicates
proper orientation (arrow points to top of display). See
following image.
7 Segment
Diagnostic
Display
SERVICING
COMMUNICATIONS TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
LED
LED
Status
Off
1 Flash
Indication
Possible Causes
Corrective Action(s)
Notes & Cautions
x None
x Depress once
quickly for a powerup reset
x Depress and hold
for 2 seconds for
an out-of-box reset
x None
x Normal condition
x Communications
Failure
x None
x Communications
Failure
x None
x Depress Learn Button
x Verify that bus BIAS
and TERM
dipswitches are in the
ON position.
2 Flashes
x Out-of-box reset
x None
Off
x No power
x Communications
error
x Control power up
x Learn button
depressed
x No power to air
handler
x Open fuse
x Communications error
1 Steady
Flash
x No network found
x Broken/ disconnected
data wire(s)
x Air handler is installed
as a noncommunicating/
traditional system
Rapid
Flashing
On Solid
x Normal network
traffic
x Data 1/ Data 2
miss-wire
x Control is “talking” on
network as expected
x Data 1 and data 2
wires reversed at air
handler, thermostat,
or ComfortNet™
compatible outdoor
AC/HP
x Short between data 1
and data 2 wires
x Short between data 1
or data 2 wires and R
(24VAC) or C (24VAC
common)
Red
Communications
LED
Green Receive
LED
x Check fuses and
circuit breakers;
replace/reset
x Replace blown fuse
x Check for shorts in
low voltage wiring in
air handler/system
x Reset network by
depressing learn
button
x Check data 1/ data 2
voltages
x Check
communications
wiring (data 1/ data 2
wires)
x Check wire
connections at
terminal block
x Verify air handler
installation type (noncommunicating/
traditional or
communicating)
x Check data 1/ data 2
voltages
x None
x Turn power OFF
prior to repair
x Check
communications
wiring (data 1/ data 2
wires)
x Check wire
connections at
terminal block
x Check data 1/ data 2
voltages
x Turn power OFF
prior to repair
x Verify wires at
terminal blocks are
securely twisted
together prior to
inserting into
terminal block
x Verify data1 and
data voltages as
described above
x Turn power OFF
prior to repair
x Verify wires at
terminal blocks are
securely twisted
together prior to
inserting into
terminal block
x Verify data1 and
data voltages as
described above
x None
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DIAGNOSTIC CODES for PCBJA103 Board
7 SEGMENT LED
(characters will alternate)
(no display)
On
Ec
E5
EF
d0
d1
d4
b0
b1
b2
b3
b4
b5
b6
b7
b9
C1
C2
P1
P2
h1
h2
FC
FH
F
H1
H2
dF
DES CRIPTION OF CONDITION
INTERNAL CONTROL FAULT / NO POWER
STANDBY, WAITING FOR INPUTS
HEATER KIT TOO LARGE, TOO SMALL, OR NO MATCH
FUSE OPEN
AUXILIARY SWITCH OPEN
DATA NOT ON NETWORK
INVALID DATA ON NETWORK
INVALID MEMORY CARD DATA
BLOWER MOTOR NOT RUNNING
BLOWER MOTOR COMMUNICATION ERROR
BLOWER MOTOR HP MISMATCH
BLOWER MOTOR OPERATING IN POWER, TEMP., OR SPEED
LIMIT
BLOWER MOTOR CURRENT TRIP OR LOST ROTOR
BLOWER MOTOR ROTOR LOCKED
OVER/UNDER VOLTAGE TRIP OR OVER TEMPERATURE TRIP
INCOMPLETE PARAMETER SENT TO MOTOR
LOW INDOOR AIRFLOW
LOW STAGE COOL - LEGACY MODE ONLY
HIGH STAGE COOL - LEGACY MODE ONLY
LOW STAGE HEAT PUMP HEAT - LEGACY MODE ONLY
HIGH STAGE HEAT PUMP HEAT - LEGACY MODE ONLY
EMERGENCY HEAT LOW - COMMUNICATING MODE ONLY
EMERGENCY HEAT HIGH - COMMUNICATING MODE ONLY
FAN COOL - COMMUNICATING MODE ONLY
FAN HEAT - COMMUNICATING MODE ONLY
FAN ONLY
ELECTRIC HEAT LOW
ELECTRIC HEAT HIGH
DEFROST - COMMUNICATING MODE ONLY
(Note: defrost is displayed as H1 in a legacy setup)
GREEN CFM LED - EACH FLASH REP RESENTS 100CFM (USE FOR AIRFLOW APPROXIMATION
ONLY) - EXAMPLE: 8 FLASHES = 800CFM
0140A00070-A
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122
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123
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S-17 CHECKING COMPRESSOR
WARNING
Hermetic compressor electrical terminal venting can
be dangerous. When insulating material which
supports a hermetic compressor or electrical terminal
suddenly disintegrates due to physical abuse or as a
result of an electrical short between the terminal and
the compressor housing, the terminal may be
expelled, venting the vapor and liquid contents of the
compressor housing and system.
If the compressor terminal PROTECTIVE COVER and
gasket (if required) are not properly in place and secured, there is a remote possibility if a terminal vents, that
the vaporous and liquid discharge can be ignited, spouting flames several feet, causing potentially severe or fatal
injury to anyone in its path.
HIGH VOLTAGE!
Disconnect ALL power before servicing
or installing. Multiple power sources
may be present. Failure to do so may
cause property damage, personal injury
or death.
1. Remove the leads from the compressor terminals.
See warnings S-17 before removing compressor
terminal cover.
2. Using an ohmmeter, test continuity between terminals SR, C-R, and C-S, on single phase units or terminals T2,
T2 and T3, on 3 phase units.
This discharge can be ignited external to the compressor
if the terminal cover is not properly in place and if the
discharge impinges on a sufficient heat source.
Ignition of the discharge can also occur at the venting
terminal or inside the compressor, if there is sufficient
contaminant air present in the system and an electrical
arc occurs as the terminal vents.
Ignition cannot occur at the venting terminal without the
presence of contaminant air, and cannot occur externally
from the venting terminal without the presence of an
external ignition source.
Therefore, proper evacuation of a hermetic system is
essential at the time of manufacture and during servicing.
To reduce the possibility of external ignition, all open
flame, electrical power, and other heat sources should be
extinguished or turned off prior to servicing a system.
If the following test indicates shorted, grounded or open
windings, see procedures S-19 for the next steps to be
taken.
S-17A RESISTANCE TEST
Each compressor is equipped with an internal overload.
The line break internal overload senses both motor
amperage and winding temperature. High motor temperature or amperage heats the disc causing it to open,
breaking the common circuit within the compressor on
single phase units.
Heat generated within the compressor shell, usually due
to recycling of the motor, high amperage or insufficient
gas to cool the motor, is slow to dissipate. Allow at least
three to four hours for it to cool and reset, then retest.
Fuse, circuit breaker, ground fault protective device, etc.
has not tripped -
C
OHMMETER
R
S
COMP
TESTING COMPRESSOR WINDINGS
If either winding does not test continuous, replace the
compressor.
NOTE: If an open compressor is indicated, allow ample time
for the internal overload to reset before replacing compressor.
S-17B GROUND TEST
If fuse, circuit breaker, ground fault protective device, etc.,
has tripped, this is a strong indication that an electrical
problem exists and must be found and corrected. The circuit
protective device rating must be checked, and its maximum
rating should coincide with that marked on the equipment
nameplate.
With the terminal protective cover in place, it is acceptable
to replace the fuse or reset the circuit breaker ONE TIME
ONLY to see if it was just a nuisance opening. If it opens
again, DO NOT continue to reset.
Disconnect all power to unit, making sure that all power
legs are open.
1. DO NOT remove protective terminal cover. Disconnect
the three leads going to the compressor terminals at the
nearest point to the compressor.
2. Identify the leads and using an ohmmeter on the R x
10,000 scale or the highest resistance scale on your
ohmmeter check the resistance between each of the
three leads separately to ground (such as an unpainted
tube on the compressor).
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3. If a ground is indicated, then carefully remove the
compressor terminal protective cover and inspect for
loose leads or insulation breaks in the lead wires.
4. If no visual problems indicated, carefully remove the leads
at the compressor terminals.
5. Carefully retest for ground, directly between compressor
terminals and ground.
6. If ground is indicated, replace the compressor. The
resistance reading should be infinity. If there is any
reading on meter, there is some continuity to ground and
compressor should be considered defective.
1. Operate the system and measure compressor current.
Cycle the unloader ON and OFF at 10 second intervals.
The compressor amperage should go up or down at least
25 percent.
2. If step one does not give the expected results, shut unit
off. Apply 18 to 28 volt ac to the unloader molded plug
leads and listen for a click as the solenoid pulls in.
Remove power and listen for another click as the
unloader returns to its original position.
3. If clicks can’t be heard, shut off power and remove the
control circuit molded plug from the compressor and
measure the unloader coil resistance. The resistance
should be 32 to 60 ohms, depending on compressor
temperature.
4. Next check the molded plug.
A.
Voltage check: Apply control voltage to the plug
wires (18 to 28 volt ac). The measured dc voltage
at the female connectors in the plug should be
around 15 to 27 vdc.
B.
Resistance check: Measure the resistance from
the end of one molded plug lead to either of the two
female connectors in the plug. One of the connectors should read close to zero ohms while the other
should read infinity. Repeat with other wire. The
same female connector as before should read
zero while the other connector again reads infinity. Reverse polarity on the ohmmeter leads and
repeat. The female connector that read infinity
previously should now read close to zero ohms.
C.
Replace plug if either of these test methods
doesn’t show the desired results.
OHMMETER
WARNING
Damage can occur to the glass embedded terminals if
the leads are not properly removed. This can result in
terminal and hot oil discharging.
S-17C UNLOADER TEST PROCEDURE
A nominal 24-volt direct current coil activates the internal
unloader solenoid. The input control circuit voltage must be
18 to 28 volt ac. The coil power requirement is 20 VA. The
external electrical connection is made with a molded plug
assembly. This plug contains a full wave rectifier to supply
direct current to the unloader coil.
S-17D OPERATION TEST
If the voltage, capacitor, overload and motor winding test fail
to show the cause for failure:
HIGH VOLTAGE!
Disconnect ALL power before servicing
or installing. Multiple power sources
may be present. Failure to do so may
cause property damage, personal injury
or death.
1. Remove unit wiring from disconnect switch and wire a
test cord to the disconnect switch.
NOTE: The wire size of the test cord must equal the line wire
size and the fuse must be of the proper size and type.
UNLOADER SOLENOID
(Molded Plug)
Unloader Test Procedure
If it is suspected that the unloader is not working, the following
methods may be used to verify operation.
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2. With the protective terminal cover in place, use the three
leads to the compressor terminals that were disconnected at the nearest point to the compressor and
connect the common, start and run clips to the respective
leads.
3. Connect good capacitors of the right MFD and voltage
rating into the circuit as shown.
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4. With power ON, close the switch.
WARNING
WARNING
Disconnect ALL power before servicing.
Line Voltage now present.
1. Disconnect the heater lead in wires.
A. If the compressor starts and continues to run, the cause
for failure is somewhere else in the system.
B. If the compressor fails to start - replace.
COPELAND COMPRESSOR
03
A
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2. Using an ohmmeter, check heater continuity - should
test continuous. If not, replace.
NOTE: The positive temperature coefficient crankcase
heater is a 40 watt 265 voltage heater. The cool resistance
of the heater will be approximately 1800 ohms. The
resistance will become greater as the temperature of the
compressor shell increases.
S-21 CHECKING REVERSING VALVE AND
SOLENOID
YEA R
MONTH
SER IAL
NUMBER
PLANT
S-17E CHECKING 3-PHASE SCROLL
COMPRESSOR ROTATION
Verify the proper rotation of Copeland scroll compressors as
follows:
NOTE: The compressor may run backwards (noisy operation) for 1 or 2 seconds at shutdown. This is normal and does
not harm the compressor.
1. Install gauges and verify that the suction pressure drops
while the discharge pressure increases.
2. Listen for normal compressor sound levels. Reverse
rotation results in elevated or unusual sound levels.
3. Reverse rotation will result in substantially reduced amp
draw from tabulated values.
To correct improper rotation, switch any two power supply
leads at the outdoor unit contactor.
The 3-phase scroll compressors are direction of rotation
sensitive. They will rotate in either direction depending on the
phasing of the power. There is no negative impact on
durability caused by operating 3-phase compressors in
reversed rotation. The compressor's internal protector will
trip, de-energizing the compressor. Continued operation of
3-phase scroll compressors with the rotation reversed will
contribute to compressor failure. All 3-phase scroll compressors should be checked for correct phase rotation.
S-18 TESTING CRANKCASE HEATER (OPTIONAL
ITEM)
The crankcase heater must be energized a minimum of four
(4) hours before the condensing unit is operated.
Crankcase heaters are used to prevent migration or accumulation of refrigerant in the compressor crankcase during the
off cycles and prevents liquid slugging or oil pumping on start
up.
A crankcase heater will not prevent compressor damage
due to a floodback or over charge condition.
Occasionally the reversing valve may stick in the heating or
cooling position or in the mid-position.
When stuck in the mid-position, part of the discharge gas
from the compressor is directed back to the suction side,
resulting in excessively high suction pressure. An increase
in the suction line temperature through the reversing valve
can also be measured. Check operation of the valve by
starting the system and switching the operation from COOLING to HEATING cycle.
If the valve fails to change its position, test the voltage (24V)
at the valve coil terminals, while the system is on the
COOLING cycle.
All heat pumps and ComfortNetTM heat pumps wired in
legacy - If no voltage is registered at the coil terminals,
check the operation of the thermostat and the continuity of
the connecting wiring from the "O" terminal of the thermostat
to the unit.
ComfortNet heat pumps only - Check voltage (24VAC) at
the non-insulated terminal E22 on the UC control board
(RVS on silkscreen) and "C" terminal on the 7-pin or 4-pin
connector on the UC control
If voltage is registered at the coil, tap the valve body lightly
while switching the system from HEATING to COOLING, etc.
If this fails to cause the valve to switch positions, remove the
coil connector cap and test the continuity of the reversing
valve solenoid coil. If the coil does not test continuous replace it.
If the coil test continuous and 24 volts is present at the coil
terminals, the valve is inoperative - replace it.
S-24 TESTING DEFROST CONTROL
LEGACY MODELS:
To check the defrost control for proper sequencing, proceed as follows: With power ON; unit not running.
1. Jumper defrost thermostat by placing a jumper wire
across the terminals "DFT" and "R"/"R-DFT" at defrost
control board.
2. Connect jumper across test pins on defrost control
board.
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3. Set thermostat to call for heating. System should go into
defrost within 21 seconds.
4. Immediately remove jumper from test pins.
5. Using VOM check for voltage across terminals "C & O".
Meter should read 24 volts.
6. Using VOM check for voltage across fan terminals DF1
and DF2 on the board. You should read line voltage (208230 VAC) indicating the relay is open in the defrost mode.
7. Using VOM check for voltage across "W"/"W2" & "C"
terminals on the board. You should read 24 volts.
8. If not as above, replace control board.
9. Set thermostat to off position and disconnect power
before removing any jumpers or wires.
NOTE: Remove jumper across defrost thermostat before
returning system to service.
TM
COMFORTNET
UNITS:
To check the defrost control for proper sequencing, proceed
as follows: With power ON; unit not running.
1. Set thermostat to call for heating.
2. Press TEST and RECALL buttons simultaneously for
approximately 3 seconds, then release them. System
should go into defrost immediately.
B1370803 which is used on 3 thru 5 ton units should open
at 75°F ± 6°F.
5. Check the temperature at which the control opens its
contacts by raising the temperature of the control. Part
# 0130M00085, which is used on units with 5 mm coils,
should open at 60°F ± 5°F.
6. If not as above, replace control.
S-26 TESTING TEMPERATURE SENSORS
(COMFORTNET READY MODELS ONLY)
The ASXC and DSXC ComfortNet ready air conditioner
models are factory equipped with an outdoor air temperature (OAT) sensor. The OAT sensor allows the outdoor air
temperature to be displayed on the CTK0* thermostat when
used with the ASXC and DSXC models.
The ASZC and DSZC ComfortNet ready heat pump models
are equipped with both an outdoor air temperature (OAT)
sensor and an outdoor coil temperature (OCT) sensor. The
OAT provides the balance point temperature in heat pump
systems (air handler w/electric heat + heat pump) and dual
fuel systems. The OCT sensor is provides the outdoor coil
temperature and is used in determining defrost cycles.
To check either the outdoor air or outdoor coil temperature
sensors:
3. Using VOM check for voltage across terminals "C & O".
Meter should read 24 volts (skip this step if system a fully
communicating system)
4. Visually inspect to see that the frost is gradually melting
on the coil and the compressor is running.
5. Using VOM check for voltage across "W2 & C" terminals
on the board. You should read 24 volts.
6. If not as above, replace control board.
7. Set thermostat to off position and disconnect power
before removing any jumpers or wires.
S-25 TESTING DEFROST THERMOSTAT
LEGACY MODELS ONLY:
1. Install a thermocouple type temperature test lead on the
tube adjacent to the defrost control. Insulate the lead
point of contact.
2. Check the temperature at which the control closes its
contacts by lowering the temperature of the control. Part
# 0130M00009P which is used on 2 and 2.5 ton units
should close at 34°F ± 5°F. Part # 0130M00001P or
B1370803 which is used on 3 thru 5 ton units should close
at 31°F ± 3°F.
HIGH VOLTAGE!
Disconnect ALL power before servicing
or installing. Multiple power sources
may be present. Failure to do so may
cause property damage, personal injury
or death.
1. Disconnect power to the air conditioner or heat pump.
2. Disconnect the sensor from the unitary (UC) control.
3. Connect an ohmmeter across the sensor terminals. The
ohmmeter should read be 10kΩ, +/-10%, at 75°F. Replace the sensor if the sensor is open, shorted, or outside
the valid resistance range.
Ohm Reading of Communicating Outdoor Unit Sensors
T, °F
-40
-31
-22
-13
-4
RW@T T, °F
336,000
5
242,700 14
177,000 23
130,400 32
RW@T
72,940
55,319
42,324
32,654
T, °F
50
59
68
77
RW@T
19,903
15,714
12,493
10,000
T, °F
95
104
113
122
RW@T
6,530
5,327
4,370
3,603
T, °F
140
149
158
167
RW@T
2,488
2,083
1,752
1,480
97,060
25,396
86
8,056
134
2,986
176
1,255
41
3. Check the temperature at which the control closes its
contacts by lowering the temperature of the control. Part
# 0130M00085, which is used onunits with 5 mm coils,
should close at 30°F ± 5°F.
S-40 MBR/AR*F ELECTRONIC BLOWER TIME
DELAY RELAY
4. Check the temperature at which the control opens its
contacts by raising the temperature of the control. Part
#0130M00009P which is used on 2 and 2.5 ton units
should open at 60°F ± 5°F. Part # 0130M00001P or
The MBR/AR*F contains an Electronic Blower Time Delay
Relay board, B1370735. This board provides on/off time
delays for the blower motor in cooling and heat pump heating
demands when “G” is energized.
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During a cooling or heat pump heating demand, 24Vac is
supplied to terminal “G” of the EBTDR to turn on the blower
motor. The EBTDR initiates a 7 second delay on and then
energizes it’s onboard relay. The relay on the EBTDR board
closes it’s normally open contacts and supplies power to the
blower motor. When the “G” input is removed, the EBTDR
initiates a 65 second delay off. When the 65 seconds delay
expires the onboard relay is de-energized and it’s contacts
open and remove power from the blower motor.
During an electric heat only demand, “W1” is energized but
“G” is not. The blower motor is connected to the normally
closed contacts of the relay on the EBTDR board. The other
side of this set of contacts is connected to the heat sequencer
on the heater assembly that provides power to the first heater
element. When “W1” is energized, the sequencer will close
it’s contacts within 10 to 20 seconds to supply power to the
first heater element and to the blower motor through the
normally closed contacts on the relay on the EBTDR. When
the “W1” demand is removed, the sequencer opens it
contacts within 30 to 70 seconds and removes power from
the heater element and the blower motor.
The EBTDR also contains a speedup terminal to reduce the
delays during troubleshooting of the unit. When this terminal
is shorted to the common terminal, “C”, on the EBTDR board,
the delay ON time is reduced to 3 seconds and the delay OFF
time is reduced to 5 second.
Two additional terminals, M1 and M2, are on the EBTDR
board. These terminals are used to connect the unused leads
from the blower motor and have no affect on the board’s
operation.
S-40A AVPTC/MBVC ELECTRONIC BLOWER/
HEATER CONTROL
Description
The AVPTC and MBVC models utilize an electronic control
that provides ECM blower motor control and control of up to
two electric heat sequencers. The control has thermostat
inputs for up to two stages of cooling, two stages of electric
heat, reversing valve, and dehumidification. Control input is
24VAC.
All dipswitches necessary to setup cooling, heat pump, and
electric heat airflow are fully integrated into the control.
Dehumidification is enabled/disabled via an on-board
dipswitch.
The AVPTC/MBVC air handlers may be used in a fully
communicating ComfortNet system when matched with a
compatiable outdoor unit and the CTK0* thermostat. A fully
communicating system offers advanced setup and diagnostic features.
Basic Operation
The air handler control receives thermostat inputs either from
a standard 24VAC thermostat or the CTK0* ComfortNet
thermostat. For cooling and heat pump operation, the control
operates the variable speed blower motor at the demand as
determined from the thermostat input(s). If a demand for
electric heat is received, the control will provide a 24VAC
output for up to two electric heat sequencers.
Troubleshooting
Motor Control Circuits
HIGH VOLTAGE!
Disconnect ALL power before servicing
or installing. Multiple power sources
may be present. Failure to do so may
cause property damage, personal injury
or death.
1. Turn on power to air handler or modular.
WARNING
Line Voltage now present.
2. Check voltage between pins 1 and 4 at the 4-wire motor
connector on the control board. Voltage should be
between 9 and 15 VDC. Replace control if voltage is not
as specified.
Electric Heat Sequencer Outputs
HIGH VOLTAGE!
Disconnect ALL power before servicing
or installing. Multiple power sources
may be present. Failure to do so may
cause property damage, personal injury
or death.
Features
The new air handler control includes advanced diagnostic
features with fault recall, estimated CFM display via on-board
LED, and ComfortNetTM ready. Diagnostics includes heater
kit selection diagnostics, open fuse, internal control fault,
data errors, and blower motor faults. Data errors are not
included in the fault recall list. Diagnostic error codes are
displayed on a single red LED.
The estimated CFM is displayed on an on-board green LED.
The LED flashes once for each 100 CFM.
1. Turn on power to air handler or modular blower.
WARNING
Line Voltage now present.
2. Disconnect the 4-circuit harness connecting the control
to the electric heater kit.
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3. Provide a thermostat demand for low stage auxiliary heat
(W1). Measure the voltage between circuits 1 and 3 at
the on-board electric heat connector. Voltage should
measure 24VAC. Replace control if no voltage is
present.
NOTE: Allow for any built-in time delays before making
voltage measurements. Any electric heater faults that are
present may prevent the heater output from energizing.
Verify that no heater faults are present before making
voltage measurements.
4. Provide a thermostat demand for high stage auxiliary
heat (W1 + W2). Measure the voltage between circuits
1 and 3 at the on-board electric heat connector. Measure the voltage between circuits 2 and 3 at the on-board
electric heat connector. Voltage should measure 24VAC.
Replace control if no voltage is present.
Communications (Applies only to Systems with Compatible ComfortNetTM Outdoor Unit and CTK0*Thermostat)
The integrated air handler control has some on-board tools
that may be used to troubleshoot the network. These tools
are: red communications LED, green receive (Rx) LED,
and learn button. These are described below
a. Red communications LED – Indicates the status of the
network. Refer to the Network Troubleshooting Chart for
the LED status and the corresponding potential problem.
b. Green receive LED – Indicates network traffic. Refer to
the Network Troubleshooting Chart for the LED status
and the corresponding potential problem.
c. Learn button – Used to reset the network. Depress the
button for approximately 2 seconds to reset the network.
Voltages between the two data lines and between each data
line and common may be used to determine if the network
is operating properly.
Do the following to measure the voltages on the communications data lines.
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WARNING
Line Voltage now present.
1. With power on to the unit, measure voltage between
terminal "1" and terminal "C" on control board's thermostat connector. Voltage should be as noted in the
table below.
2. Measure voltage between terminals "2" and "C".
3. Measure voltage between terminals "1" and "2".
4. If voltages are different than stated in the table below,
check thermostat wiring for opens/shorts. Confirm
that the BIAS and TERM dipswitches are in the ON
position.
5. The network troubleshooting chart on the next page
provides additonal communications troubleshooting
information.
Te rm ina ls
1 to C
2 to C
1 to 2
Nonima l dc
Volta ge s
> 2.5 Vdc
< 2.5 Vdc
> 0.2 Vdc
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NETWORK TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
L ED
L E D S t a tu s
O ff
1 F la s h
P o s s i b le
C au ses
In d ic a t i o n
N o ne
• N orm al
c o n d i t io n
• C o m m u n ic a t io n
F a ilu re
•
•
N on e
• C o m m u n ic a tio n
F a i lu re
• D e p r e ss L e a r n
B u t to n
• D e p r e s s o n ce
q u ic k ly f o r a p o w e r up res et
• D e p re s s a n d h o ld
fo r 2
s e c o n d s fo r a n o u t o f -b o x r e s e t
• O u t -o f - b o x r e s e t
• C o n tr o l p o w e r u p
• N one
• No ne
• T urn po w e r O F F
p r i o r t o r e p a ir
Red
C o m m u n i ca ti o n s
L ED
2 F la sh e s
N o te s &
C a u t io n s
C o rr e c ti v e
A c t io n ( s )
•
N one
• L e a r n b u tto n
d e pres s ed
O ff
• N o po w er
• N o p o w e r to
m o d u l a r b lo w e r
• C h e c k fu s e s a n d
c i r c u it b r e a k e rs ;
r e p l a c e /r e s e t
• C o m m u n ic a t io n
e rr o r
• O p e n fu se
• R e p la c e b l o w n
fuse
• C h e c k fo r s h o r t s
i n lo w v o lt a g e
w i r in g i n m o d u l a r
b lo w e r /s y s t e m
• C o m m u n ic a tio n
e rror
1 S te a d y F l a s h
• N o n e tw o r k fo u n d
• B ro ke n /
d isc o n n e ct e d d a ta
w ir e (s )
• M o d u l a r b lo w e r is
in s t a l le d a s a
le g a c y / t r a d it io n a l
s y s te m
• R e s e t n e tw o r k b y
d e p re ss i n g le a r n
b u tt o n
• C h e ck d a ta 1 /
d a t a 2 vo lt a g e s
• C hec k
• T urn po w e r O F F
c o m m u n i c a ti o n s
p r i o r t o r e p a ir
w i r in g ( d a ta 1 / d a ta
2 w i re s )
• C hec k w ire
c o n n e ct io n s a t
t e r m i n a l b lo c k
• V e r if y w i r e s a t
t e rm in a l b l o c k s a r e
s e c u r e l y tw i s t e d
t o g e t h e r p ri o r t o
i n s e r t i n g in t o
t e rm in a l b l o c k
• V e r ify m o d u la r
b lo w e r i n s ta l la t i o n
t y p e ( le g a c y /
t ra d i tio n a l o r
c o m m u n i c a ti n g )
G re e n R e c e ive
L ED
R a p id F la s h i n g
O n S o lid
• C h e c k d a ta 1 /
d a t a 2 v o l ta g e s
• N one
• N o r m a l n e tw o rk
t r a f fic
• C o n t r o l is
“ ta l k i n g ” o n
n e tw o r k a s
e x p e c te d
• D a ta 1 / D a ta 2
m is s - w ir e
• T u rn p o w e r O F F
• D a t a 1 a n d d a ta 2 • C h e c k
c o m m u n i c a ti o n s
p r io r to
w ir e s r e ve rs e d a t
w i r in g ( d a ta 1 / d a ta
r e p a ir
m o d u l a r b lo w e r
2 w i re s )
t h e rm o s t a t, o r
C T ™ c o m p a t i b le
o u td o o r A C /H P
• S h o r t b e tw e e n
d a ta 1 a n d d a t a 2
w ir e s
• C hec k w ire
c o n n e ct io n s a t
t e r m i n a l b lo c k
• No ne
• V e r if y w i r e s a t
t e rm in a l b l o c k s a r e
s e c u r e l y tw i s t e d
t o g e t h e r p ri o r t o
i n s e r t i n g in t o
t e rm in a l b l o c k
• S h o r t b e tw e e n
• C h e c k d a ta 1 /
d a ta 1 o r d a t a 2
d a t a 2 v o l ta g e s
w ir e s a n d R ( 2 4
V A C ) or C (24 V A C
c om m on )
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SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
MBR/AR*F WITH SINGLE STAGE HEAT PUMPS
This document covers the basic sequence of operation for a
typical application with a mercury bulb thermostat. When a
digital/electronic thermostat is used, the on/off staging of the
auxiliary heat will vary. Refer to the installation instructions and wiring diagrams provided with the MBR/AR*F
for specific wiring connections and system configuration.
3.0 Cooling Operation
MBR/AR*F WITH SINGLE STAGE CONDENSERS
1.0 Cooling Operation
1.1 On a demand for cooling, the room thermostat energizes
“G” and “Y” and 24Vac is supplied to “Y” at the
condensing unit and the “G” terminal on the EBTDR
board.
1.2 The compressor and condenser fan are turned on and
after a 7 second on delay, the relay on the EBTDR board
is energized and the blower motor starts.
1.3 When the cooling demand “Y” is satisfied, the room
thermostat removes the 24Vac from “G” and “Y”.
1.4 The compressor and condenser fan are turned off and
after a 65 second delay off, the relay on the EBTDR board
is de-energized and the blower is turned off.
2.0 Heating Operation
2.1 On a demand for heat, the room thermostat energizes
“W1” and 24Vac is supplied to heat sequencer, HR1, on
the heater assembly.
2.2 The contacts M1 and M2 will close within 10 to 20
seconds and turn on heater element #1. The normally
closed contacts on the EBTDR are also connected to
terminal M1. When M1 and M2 close, the blower motor
will be energized thru the normally closed contacts on the
EBTDR board. At the same time, if the heater assembly
contains a second heater element, HR1 will contain a
second set of contacts, M3 and M4, which will close to
turn on heater element #2.
Note: If more than two heater elements are on the heater
assembly, it will contain a second heat sequencer, HR2,which
will control the 3rd and 4th heater elements if available. If the
first stage heat demand, “W1” cannot be satisfied by the heat
pump, the temperature indoors will continue to drop. The
room thermostat will then energize “W2” and 24Vac will be
supplied to HR2 on the heater assembly. When the “W2”
demand is satisfied, the room thermostat will remove the
24Vac from HR2. The contacts on HR2 will open between
30 to 70 seconds and heater elements #3 and #4 will be turned
off. On most digital/electronic thermostats, “W2” will
remain energized until the first stage demand “W1” is
satisfied and then the “W1” and “W2” demands will be
removed.
2.3 When the “W1” heat demand is satisfied, the room
thermostat will remove the 24Vac from HR1. Both set of
contacts on the relay opens within 30 to 70 seconds and
turn off the heater element(s) and the blower motor.
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On heat pump units, when the room thermostat set to the
cooling mode, 24Vac is supplied to “O” which energizes the
reversing valve. As long as the thermostat is set for cooling,
the reversing valve will be in the energized position for
cooling.
3.1 On a demand for cooling, the room thermostat energizes
“G” and “Y” and 24Vac is supplied to “Y” at the heat
pump and the “G” terminal on the EBTDR board.
3.2 The heat pump turned on in the cooling mode and after
a 7 second on delay, the relay on the EBTDR board is
energized and the blower motor starts.
3.3 When the cooling demand is satisfied, the room thermostat removes the 24Vac from “G” and “Y”.
3.4 The heat pump is turned off and after a 65 second delay
off, the relay on the EBTDR board is de-energized and
the blower motor is turned off.
4.0 Heating Operation
On heat pump units, when the room thermostat set to the
heating mode, the reversing valve is not energized. As long
as the thermostat is set for heating, the reversing valve will
be in the de-energized position for heating except during a
defrost cycle. Some installations may use one or more
outdoor thermostats to restrict the amount of electric heat
that is available above a preset ambient temperature. Use
of optional controls such as these can change the operation
of the electric heaters during the heating mode. This
sequenceof operation does not cover those applications.
4.1 On a demand for first stage heat with heat pump units,
the room thermostat energizes “G” and “Y” and 24Vac
is supplied to “Y” at the heat pump unit and the “G”
terminal on the EBTDR board. The heat pump is turned
on in the heating mode and the blower motor starts after
a 7 second on delay.
4.2 If the first stage heat demand cannot be satisfied by the
heat pump, the temperature indoors will continue to
drop. The room thermostat will then energize terminal
“W2’ for second stage heat and 24Vac will be supplied
to heat sequencer HR1 on the heater assembly.
4.3 HR1 contacts M1 and M2 will close will close within 10
to 20 seconds and turn on heater element #1. At the
same time, if the heater assembly contains a second
heater element, HR1 will contain a second set of
contacts, M3 and M4, which will close and turn on heater
element #2. The blower motor is already on as a result
of terminal “G” on the EBTDR board being energized for
the first stage heat demand.
Note: If more than two heater elements are on the heater
assembly, it will contain a second heat sequencer, HR2,
which will control the 3rd and 4th heater elements if available.
If the second stage heat demand, “W2” cannot be satisfied
by the heat pump, the temperature indoors will continue to
drop. The room thermostat will then energize “W3” and
24Vac will be supplied to HR2 on the heater assembly. When
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the “W3” demand is satisfied, the room thermostat will
remove the 24Vac from HR2. The contacts on HR2 will open
between 30 to 70 seconds and heater elements #3 and #4
will be turned off. On most digital/electronic thermostats,
“W3” will remain energized until the first stage heat
demand “Y” is satisfied and then the “G”, “Y”, “W2”
and “W3” demands will be removed.
5.6 When the defrost cycle is terminated, the contacts of the
HVDR relay will close to start the outdoor fan and the
contacts of the LVDR relay will open and turn off the
reversing valve and electric heater(s). The unit will now be
back in a normal heating mode with a heat pump demand
for heating as described in the Heating Operation in section
4. See section 5.4a.
4.4 As the temperature indoors increase, it will reach a point
where the second stage heat demand, “W2”, is satisfied. When this happens, the room thermostat will
remove the 24Vac from the coil of HR1. The contacts
on HR1 will open between 30 to 70 seconds and turn off
both heater element(s). The heat pump remains on
along with the blower motor because the “Y” demand for
first stage heat will still be present.
MBE/AEPF WITH GSX, SSX, ASX, DSX, VSX
4.5 When the first stage heat demand “Y” is satisfied, the
room thermostat will remove the 24Vac from “G” and “Y”.
The heat pump is turned off and the blower motor turns
off after a 65 second off delay.
5.0 Defrost Operation
On heat pump units, when the room thermostat is set to the
heating mode, the reversing valve is not energized. As long as
the thermostat is set for heating, the reversing valve will be in
the de-energized position for heating except during a defrost
cycle.
5.1 The heat pump will be on and operating in the heating mode
as described the Heating Operation in section 4.
5.2 The defrost control in the heat pump unit checks to seeif
a defrost is needed every 30, 60 or 90 minutes of heat pump
operation depending on the selectable setting by monitoring the state of the defrost thermostat attached to the
outdoor coil.
5.3 If the temperature of the outdoor coil is low enough to cause
the defrost thermostat to be closed when the defrost board
checks it, the board will initiate a defrost cycle.
5.4 When a defrost cycle is initiated, the contacts of the HVDR
relay on the defrost board open and turns off the outdoor
fan. The contacts of the LVDR relay on the defrost board
closes and supplies 24Vac to “O” and “W2”. The reversing
valve is energized and the contactson HR1 close and turns
on the electric heater(s). The unit will continue to run in this
mode until the defrost cycle is completed.
a.For models with defrost control PCBDM133 or
PCBDM160, a 30 second compressor delay at defrost
initiation/termination is optional. As shipped from the
factory, the control is set for the delay (“DLY”), which will
turn the compressor off for 30 seconds while the reversing valve shifts to/from the cooling mode position. To
bypass the delay, which typically reduces sound levels
during defrost mode, change the pin settings from “DLY”
to “NORM”.
5.5 When the temperature of the outdoor coil rises high enough
to causes the defrost thermostat to open, the defrost cycle
will be terminated. If at the end of the programmed 10
minute override time the defrost thermostat is still closed,
the defrost board will automatically terminate the defrost
cycle.
MBE ELECTRONIC BLOWER TIME DELAY RELAY
AEPF AIR HANDLER
SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
This document covers the basic sequence of operation for a
typical application with a mercury bulb thermostat. When a
digital/electronic thermostat is used, the on/off staging of the
auxiliary heat will vary. Refer to the installation instructions and wiring diagrams provided with the MBE/AEPF
for specific wiring connections, dip switch settings and
system configuration.
MBE/AEPF WITH SINGLE STAGE GSX, ASX, SSX, and
VSX CONDENSERS
When used with a single stage GSX, SSX, ASX, and VSX
condensers, dip switch #4 must be set to the on position on
the VSTB inside the MBE/AEPF. The “Y” output from the
indoor thermostat must be connected to the yellow wire
labeled “Y/Y2” inside the wire bundle marked “Thermostat”
and the yellow wire labeled “Y/Y2” inside the wire bundle
marked “Outdoor Unit” must be connected to “Y” at the
condenser. The orange jumper wire from terminal “Y1”
to terminal“O” on the VSTB inside the MBE/AEPF must
remain connected.
1.0 Cooling Operation
1.1 On a demand for cooling, the room thermostat energizes
“G” and “Y” and 24Vac is supplied to “G” and “Y/Y2” of the
MBE/AEPF unit. The VSTB inside the MBE/AEPF will turnon
the blower motor and the motor will ramp up to the speed
programmed in the motor based on the settings for dip switch
5 and 6. The VSTB will supply 24Vac to “Y” at the condenser
and the compressor and condenser are turned on.
1.2 When the cooling demand is satisfied, the room thermostat removes the 24Vac from “G” and “Y”. The MBE/
AEPF removes the 24Vac from “Y’ at the condenser and
the compressor and condenser fan are turned off. The
blower motor will ramp down to a complete stop based on
the time and rate programmed in the motor.
2.0 Heating Operation
2.1 On a demand for heat, the room thermostat energizes
“W1” and 24Vac is supplied to terminal “E/W1” of the
VSTB inside the MBE/AEPF unit. The VSTB will turn on
the blower motor and the motor will ramp up to the speed
programmed in the motor based on the settings for dip
switch 1 and 2. The VSTB will supply 24Vac to heat
sequencer HR1 on the electric heater assembly.
2.2 HR1 contacts M1 and M2 will close within 10 to 20
seconds and turn on heater element #1. At the same
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time, if the heater assembly contains a second heater
element, HR1 will contain a second set of contacts, M3
and M4, which will close and turn on heater element #2.
Note: If more than two heater elements are on the heater
assembly, it will contain a second heat sequencer, HR2,
which will control the 3rd and 4th heater elements if available.
For the 3rd and 4th heater elements to operate on a
second stage heat demand, the PJ4 jumper on the
VSTB inside the MBE/AEPF must be cut. With the PJ4
jumper cut, the VSTB will run the blower motor on low
speed on a “W1” only demand. If the first stage heat
demand, “W1” cannot be satisfied by the heat pump, the
temperature indoors will continue to drop. The room
thermostat will then energize “W2” and 24Vac will be
supplied to HR2 on the heater assembly and the blower
motor will change to high speed. When the “W2” demand
is satisfied, the room thermostat will remove the 24Vac
from “W2” and the VSTB will remove the 24Vac from HR2.
The contacts on HR2 will open between 30 to 70 seconds
and heater elements #3 and #4 will be turned off and the
blower motor will change to low speed. On most digital/
electronic thermostats, “W2” will remain energized
until the first stage demand “W1” is satisfied and then
the “W1” and “W2” demands will be removed.
2.3 When the “W1” heat demand is satisfied, the room
thermostat will remove the 24Vac from “E/W1” and the
VSTB removes the 24Vac from HR1. The contacts on
HR1 will open between 30 to 70 seconds and turn off
the heater element(s) and the blower motor ramps
down to a complete stop.
MBE/AEPF WITH SINGLE STAGE
GSZ, SSZ, ASZ, and VSZ HEAT PUMPS
When used with a single stage GSZ, SSZ, ASZ, or VSZ heat
pumps, dip switch #4 must be set to the ON position on the
VSTB inside the MBE. The “Y” output from the indoor
thermostat must be connected to the yellow wire labeled “Y/
Y2” inside the wire bundle marked “Thermostat” and the
yellow wire labeled “Y/Y2” inside the wire bundle marked
“Outdoor Unit” must be connected to “Y” at the heat pump.
The orange jumper wire from terminal “Y1” to terminal
“O” on the VSTB inside the MBE/AEPF must be
removed.
3.0 COOLING OPERATION
On heat pump units, when the room thermostat is set to the
cooling mode, 24Vac is supplied to terminal “O” of the
VSTB inside the MBE/AEPF unit. The VSTB will supply
24Vac to “O” at the heat pump to energize the reversing
valve. As long as the thermostat is set for cooling, the
reversing valve will be in the energized position for cooling.
3.1 On a demand for cooling, the room thermostat energizes “G” and “Y” and 24Vac is supplied to terminals
“G” and “Y/Y2” of the MBE/AEPF unit. The VSTB will
turn on the blower motor and the motor will ramp up to
the speed programmed in the motor based on the
settings of dip switch 5 and 6. The VSTB will supply
24Vac to “Y” at the heat pump.
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3.2 The heat pump is turned on in the cooling mode.
3.3 When the cooling demand is satisfied, the room thermostat removes the 24Vac from “G” and “Y/Y2” of the MBE/
AEPF and the VSTB removes the 24Vac from “Y” at the
heat pump. The heat pump is turned off and the blower
motor will ramp down to a complete stop based on the
time and rate programmed in the motor.
4.0 Heating Operation
On heat pump units, when the room thermostat is set to
the heating mode, the reversing valve is not energized.
As long as the thermostat is set for heating, the reversing
valve will be in the de-energized position for heating
except during a defrost cycle. Some installations may
use one or more outdoor thermostats to restrict the
amount of electric heat that is available above a preset
ambient temperature. Use of optional controls such as
these can change the operation of the electric heaters
during the heating mode. This sequence of operation
does not cover those applications.
4.1 On a demand for first stage heat with heat pump units,
the room thermostat energizes “Y” and “G” and 24Vac is
supplied to “G” and “Y/Y2” of the MBE/AEPF. The VSTB
will turn on the blower motor and the motor will ramp up
to the speed programmed in the motor based on the
settings of dip switch 1 and 2. The VSTB will supply
24Vac to “Y” at the heat pump and the heat pump is turned
on in the heating mode.
4.2 If the first stage heat demand cannot be satisfied by the
heat pump, the temperature indoors will continue to drop.
The room thermostat will then energize terminal “W2” for
second stage heat and 24Vac will be supplied to “E/W1”
of the MBE/AEPF. The VSTB will supply 24Vac to heat
sequencer, HR1, on the electric heater assembly.
4.3 HR1 contacts M1 and M2 will close within 10 to 20
seconds and turn on heater element #1. At the same time,
if the heater assembly contains a second heater element,
HR1 will contain a second set of contacts, M3 and M4,
which will close to turn on heater element #2.
Note: If more than two heater elements are on the heater
assembly, it will contain a second heat sequencer, HR2,
which will control the 3rd and 4th heater elements if available.
For the 3rd and 4th heater elements to operate on a third
stage heat demand, the PJ4 jumper on the VSTB inside
the MBE/AEPF must be cut. If the second stage heat
demand, “W2”, cannot be satisfied by the heat pump, the
temperature indoors will continue to drop. The room thermostat will then energize “W3” and 24Vac will be supplied to “W/
W2” of the MBE/AEPF. The VSTB will supply 24Vac to HR2
on the electric heater assembly. When the “W3” demand is
satisfied, the room thermostat will remove the 24Vac from “W/
W2” of the MBE/AEPF. The contacts on HR2 will open
between 30 to 70 seconds and heater elements #3 and #4 will
be turned off. On most digital/electronic thermostats,
“W3” will remain energized until the first stage demand
“Y” is satisfied and then the “G”, “Y”, “W2” and “W3”
demands will be removed.
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4.4 As the temperature indoors increase, it will reach a point
where the second stage heat demand, “W2”, is satisfied.
When this happens, the room thermostat will remove the
24Vac from “E/W1” of the MBE/AEPF. The contacts on
HR1 will open between 30 to 70 seconds and turn off both
heater element(s). The heat pump remains on along with
the blower motor because the “Y” demand for first stage
heat will still be present.
4.5 When the first stage heat demand “Y” is satisfied, the
room thermostat will remove the 24Vac from “G” and “Y/
Y2” of the MBE/AEPF. The VSTB removes the 24Vac
from “Y” at the heat pump and the heat pump is turned
off. The blower motor will ramp down to a complete stop
based on the time and rate programmed in the motor
control.
5.0 DEFROST OPERATION
On heat pump units, when the room thermostat is set to the
heating mode, the reversing valve is not energized. As long
as the thermostat is set for heating, the reversing valve will be
in the de-energized position for heating except during a
defrost cycle.
outdoor fan and the contacts of the LVDR relay will open
and turn off the reversing valve and electric heater(s). The
unit will now be back in a normal heating mode with a heat
pump demand for heating as described in the Heating
Operation in section 4. See section 5.4a.
SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
This document covers the basic sequence of operation for a
typical application with a mercury bulb thermostat. When a
digital/electronic thermostat is used, the on/off staging of the
outdoor unit and auxiliary heat will vary. Refer to the
installation instructions and wiring diagrams provided with the
MBE for specific wiring connections, dip switch settings and
system configuration.
MBE/AEPF WITH TWO STAGE ASX & DSX CONDENSERS
1.0 COOLING OPERATION
5.3 If the temperature of the outdoor coil is low enough to
cause the defrost thermostat to be closed when the
defrost board checks it, the board will initiate a defrost
cycle.
When used with the ASX & DSX two stage condensers, dip switch #4 must be set to the OFF position on
the VSTB inside the MBE/AEPF. The “Y1” output
from the indoor thermostat must be connected to the
purple wire labeled “Ylow/Y1” inside the wire bundle
marked “Thermostat” and the purple wire labeled “Ylow/
Y1” inside the wire bundle marked “Outdoor Unit” must
be connected to “Ylow/Y1” at the condenser. The “Y2”
output from the indoor thermostat must be connected to
the yellow wire labeled “Y/Y2” inside the wire bundle
marked “Thermostat” and the yellow wire labeled “Y/Y2”
inside the wire bundle marked “Outdoor Unit” must be
connected to “Y/Y2” at the condenser. The orange
jumper wire from terminal “Y1” to terminal “O” on
the VSTB inside the MBE/AEPF must remain connected.
5.4 When a defrost cycle is initiated, the contacts of the
HVDR relay on the defrost board open and turns off the
outdoor fan. The contacts of the LVDR relay on the
defrost board closes and supplies 24Vac to “O” and
“W2”. The reversing valve is energized and the contacts
on HR1 close and turns on the electric heater(s). The unit
will continue to run in this mode until the defrost cycle is
completed.
1.1 On a demand for cooling, the room thermostat energizes
“G” and “Y1” and 24Vac is supplied to “G” and “Ylow/Y1”
of the MBE/AEPF unit. The VSTB inside the MBE/AEPF
will turn on the blower motor and the motor will ramp up
to 60% of the speed programmed in the motor based on
the settings for dip switch 5 and 6. The VSTB will supply
24Vac to “Ylow/Y1” at the condenser and the compressor and condenser fan starts in low speed operation.
a. For models with defrost control PCBDM133 or
PCBDM160, a 30 second compressor delay at defrost
initiation/termination is optional. As shipped from the
factory, the control is set for the delay (“DLY”), which
will turn the compressor off for 30 seconds while the
reversing valve shifts to/from the cooling mode position. To bypass the delay, which typically reduces
sound levels during defrost mode, change the pin
settings from “DLY” to “NORM”.
5.5 When the temperature of the outdoor coil rises high
enough to causes the defrost thermostat to open, the
defrost cycle will be terminated. If at the end of the
programmed 10 minute override time the defrost thermostat is still closed, the defrost board will automatically
terminate the defrost cycle.
1.2 If first stage cooling cannot satisfy the demand, the room
thermostat will energize “Y2” and supply 24Vac to the
MBE/AEPF unit. The blower motor will change to the cfm
for high speed operation and the VSTB will supply 24Vac
to “Y/Y2” at the condenser and the compressor and
condenser fan will change to high speed operation.
When the “Y2” demand is satisfied, the thermostat will
remove the “Y2” demand and the VSTB will remove the
24Vac from “Y/Y2” at the condenser. The blower will drop
to 60% of the programmed cfm and the compressor and
condenser fan will change to low speed. On most digital/
electronic thermostats, “Y2” will remain energized
until the first stage cooling demand “Y1” is satisfied
and then the “G”, “Y1” and “Y2” demands will be
removed.
5.6 When the defrost cycle is terminated, the contacts of the
HVDR relay on the defrost board will close to start the
1.3 When the first stage cooling demand, “Y1”, is satisfied,
the room thermostat removes the 24Vac from “G” and
5.1 The heat pump will be on and operating in the heating
mode as described the Heating Operation in section 4.
5.2 The defrost control in the heat pump unit checks to see
if a defrost is needed every 30, 60 or 90 minutes of heat
pump operation depending on the selectable setting by
monitoring the state of the defrost thermostat attached to
the outdoor coil.
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“Y1”. The MBE/AEPF removes the 24Vac from “Ylow/
Y1’ at the condenser and the compressor and condenser
fan are turned off. The blower motor will ramp down to
a complete stop based on the time and rate programmed
in the motor.
2.0 Heating Operation
2.1 On a demand for heat, the room thermostat energizes
“W1” and 24Vac is supplied to terminal “E/W1” of the
VSTB inside the MBE/AEPF unit. The VSTB will turn on
the blower motor and the motor will ramp up to the speed
programmed in the motor based on the settings for dip
switch 1 and 2. The VSTB will supply 24Vac to heat
sequencer HR1 on the electric heater assembly.
2.2 HR1 contacts M1 and M2 will close within 10 to 20
seconds and turn on heater element #1. At the same time,
if the heater assembly contains a second heater element,
HR1 will contain a second set of contacts, M3 and M4,
which will close and turn on heater element #2.
Note: If more than two heater elements are on the heater
assembly, it will contain a second heat sequencer, HR2,
which will control the 3rd and 4th heater elements if available.
For the 3rd and 4th heater elements to operate on a second
stage heat demand, the PJ4 jumper on the VSTB inside
the MBE/AEPF must be cut. With the PJ4 jumper cut, the
VSTB will run the blower motor on low speed on a “W1” only
demand. If the first stage heat demand, “W1” cannot be
satisfied by the heat pump, the temperature indoors will
continue to drop. The room thermostat will then energize
“W2” and 24Vac will be supplied to HR2 on the heater
assembly and the blower motor will change to high speed.
When the “W2” demand is satisfied, the room thermostat will
remove the 24Vac from “W2” and the VSTB will remove the
24Vac from HR2. The contacts on HR2 will open between 30
to 70 seconds and heater elements #3 and #4 will be turned
off and the blower motor will change to low speed. On most
digital/electronic thermostats, “W2” will remain energized until the first stage demand “W1” is satisfied and
then the “W1” and “W2” demands will be removed.
2.3 When the “W1” heat demand is satisfied, the room
thermostat will remove the 24Vac from “E/W1” and the
VSTB removes the 24Vac from HR1. The contacts on
HR1 will open between 30 to 70 seconds and turn off the
heater element(s) and the blower motor ramps down to
a complete stop.
MBE/AEPF WITH TWO STAGE ASZ & DSZ HEAT PUMP
UNITS
3.0 Cooling Operation
When used with the ASZ & DSZ two stage heat
pumps, dip switch #4 must be set to the OFF position
on the VSTB inside the MBE/AEPF. The “Y1” output
from the indoor thermostat must be connected to the
purple wire labeled “Ylow/Y1” inside the wire bundle
marked “Thermostat” and the purple wire labeled “Ylow/
Y1” inside the wire bundle marked “Outdoor Unit” must
be connected to “Y” at the heat pump. The “Y2” output
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from the indoor thermostat must be connected to the
yellow wire labeled “Y/Y2” inside the wire bundle marked
“Thermostat” and the yellow wire labeled “Y/Y2” inside
the wire bundle marked “Outdoor Unit” must be connected to “Y/Y2” at the heat pump. The orange jumper
wire from terminal “Y1” to terminal “O” on the VSTB
inside the MBE/AEPF must be removed.
On heat pump units, when the room thermostat is set to
the cooling mode, 24Vac is supplied to terminal “O” of the
VSTB inside the MBE unit. The VSTB will supply 24Vac
to “O” at the heat pump to energize the reversing valve.
As long as the thermostat is set for cooling, the reversing
valve will be in the energized position for cooling.
3.1 On a demand for cooling, the room thermostat energizes
“G” and “Y1” and 24Vac is supplied to “G” and “Ylow/Y1”
of the MBE unit. The VSTB inside the MBE will turn on
the blower motor and the motor will ramp up to 60% of the
speed programmed in the motor based on the settings for
dip switch 5 and 6. The VSTB will supply 24Vac to “Y”
at the heat pump and the compressor and outdoor fan
starts in low speed operation.
3.2 If first stage cooling cannot satisfy the demand, the room
thermostat will energize “Y2” and supply 24Vac to “Y/
Y2”of the MBE unit. The blower motor will change to the
cfm for high speed operation and the VSTB will supply
24Vac to “Y2” at the heat pump. The compressor and
outdoor fan will change to high speed operation. When
the “Y2” demand is satisfied, the thermostat will remove
the “Y2” demand and the VSTB will remove the 24Vac
from “Y2” at the heat pump. The blower will drop to 60%
of the programmed cfm and the compressor and outdoor
fan will change to low speed operation. On most digital/
electronic thermostats, “Y2” will remain energized
until the first stage cooling demand “Y1” is satisfied
and then the “G”, “Y1” and “Y2” demands will be
removed.
3.3 When the first stage cooling demand, “Y1”, is satisfied,
the room thermostat removes the 24Vac from “G” and
“Y1”. The VSTB removes the 24Vac from “Y’ at the heat
pump and the compressor and outdoor fan are turned off.
The blower motor will ramp down to a complete stop
based on the time and rate programmed in the motor.
4.0 Heating Operation
On heat pump units, when the room thermostat is set to
the heating mode, the reversing valve is not energized.
As long as the thermostat is set for heating, the reversing
valve will be in the de-energized position for heating
except during a defrost cycle. Some installations may
use one or more outdoor thermostats to restrict the
amount of electric heat that is available above a preset
ambient temperature. Use of optional controls such as
these can change the operation of the electric heaters
during the heating mode. This sequence of operation
does not cover those applications.
4.1 On a demand for first stage heat with heat pump units,
the room thermostat energizes “G” and “Y1” and 24Vac
is supplied to “G” and “Ylo/Y1” of the MBE/AEPF. The
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VSTB will turn on the blower motor and the motor will
ramp up to 60% of the speed programmed in the motor
based on the settings of dip switch 1 and 2. The VSTB
will supply 24Vac to “Y” at the heat pump. The compressor will start on low stage and outdoor fan will
start on low speed on a “Y1” heating demand but
the blower motor will deliver only 60% of the programmed cfm for high speed heating operation.
4.2 If a thermostat that provides a “Y2” demand in heating is
used and first stage heating cannot satisfy the demand,
the room thermostat will energize “Y2” and supply 24Vac
to “Y/Y2” of the MBE unit. The blower motor will change
to the cfm for high speed heating operation and the VSTB
will supply 24Vac to “Y/Y2” at the heat pump. The
outdoor fan will change to high speed operation and
compressor will shift to high stage. If the “Y2” demand
is present and becomes satisfied, the thermostat will
remove the “Y2” demand and the VSTB will remove the
24Vac from “Y/Y2” at the heat pump. The blower will drop
to 60% of the programmed cfm and the outdoor fan will
change to low speed. On most digital/electronic thermostats, “Y2” will remain energized until the first stage
heating demand “Y1” is satisfied and then the “G”, “Y1”
and “Y2” demands will be removed.
4.3 If the heat pump operation cannot satisfy the demand, the
room thermostat energizes “W2/W3” and 24Vac is
supplied to terminal “E/W1” of the VSTB inside the MBE/
AEPF unit. The VSTB will supply 24Vac to heat
sequencer HR1 on the electric heater assembly.
4.4 HR1 contacts M1 and M2 will close within 10 to 20
seconds and turn on heater element #1. At the same
time, if the heater assembly contains a second heater
element, HR1 will contain a second set of contacts,
M3and M4, which will close and turn on heater element
#2.
Note: If more than two heater elements are on the heater
assembly, it will contain a second heat sequencer, HR2,
which will control the 3rd and 4th heater elements if available.
For the 3rd and 4th heater elements to operate on a
second stage auxiliary heat demand, the PJ4 jumper on
the VSTB inside the MBE/AEPF must be cut. If the “W2/
W3” demand cannot be satisfied by the heat pump, the
temperature indoors will continue to drop. The room thermostat will then energize “W3/W4” and 24Vac will be supplied
to “W/W2” of the MBE. The VSTB will supply 24Vac to HR2
on the electric heater assembly. When the “W3/W4” demand
is satisfied, the room thermostat will remove the 24Vac from
“W/W2” of the MBE/AEPF. The contacts on HR2 will open
between 30 to 70 seconds and heater elements #3 and #4 will
be turned off. On most digital/electronic thermostats,
“W3/W4” will remain energized until the first stage
demand “Y1” is satisfied and then the “G”, “Y1”, “Y2”
“W2/W3” and “W3/W4” demands will be removed.
4.5 As the temperature indoors increase, it will reach a point
where the “W2/W3” demand is satisfied. When this
happens, the room thermostat will remove the 24Vac from
“E/W1” of the MBE/AEPF. The contacts on HR1 will open
between 30 to 70 seconds and turn off the 1st and 2nd
heater elements. If the “Y2” demand is present and
becomes satisfied the room thermostat will remove the
24Vac from “Y/Y2” of the MBE and the blower motor will
change to 60% of the programmed cfm. The VSTB will
remove the 24Vac from “Y/Y2” at the heat pump and the
outdoor fan will change to low speed operation. The heat
pump remains on along with the blower motor because
the “Y1” demand for first stage heat will still be present.
4.6 When the first stage heat demand “Y1” is satisfied, the
room thermostat will remove the 24Vac from “G” and “Ylo/
Y1” of the MBE/AEPF. The VSTB removes the 24Vac
from “Ylo/Y1” at the heat pump and the compressor and
outdoor fan are turned off. The blower motor will ramp
down to a complete stop based on the time and rate
programmed in the motor control.
5.0 Defrost Operation
On heat pump units, when the room thermostat is set to
the heating mode, the reversing valve is not energized.
As long as the thermostat is set for heating, the reversing
valve will be in the de-energized position for heating
except during a defrost cycle.
5.1 The heat pump will be on and operating in the heating
mode as described the Heating Operation in section 4.
5.2 The defrost control in the heat pump unit checks to see
if a defrost is needed every 30, 60 or 90 minutes of heat
pump operation depending on the selectable setting by
monitoring the state of the defrost thermostat attached to
the outdoor coil.
5.3 If the temperature of the outdoor coil is low enough to
cause the defrost thermostat to be closed when the
defrost board checks it, the board will initiate a defrost
cycle.
5.4 When a defrost cycle is initiated, the contacts of
theHVDR relay on the defrost board open and turns off the
outdoor fan. The contacts of the LVDR relay on the
defrost board closes and supplies 24Vac to “O” and
“W2”. The reversing valve is energized and the contacts
on HR1 close and turns on the electric heater(s). The unit
will continue to run in this mode until the defrost cycle is
completed.
a. For models with defrost control PCBDM133 or
PCBDM160, a 30 second compressor delay at defrost
initiation/termination is optional. As shipped from the
factory, the control is set for the delay (“DLY”), which
will turn the compressor off for 30 seconds while the
reversing valve shifts to/from the cooling mode position. To bypass the delay, which typically reduces
sound levels during defrost mode, change the pin
settings from “DLY” to “NORM”.
5.5 When the temperature of the outdoor coil rises high
enough to causes the defrost thermostat to open, the
defrost cycle will be terminated. If at the end of the
programmed 10 minute override time the defrost thermostat is still closed, the defrost board will automatically
terminate the defrost cycle.
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SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
AVPTC/MBVC with Single Stage Condensers (24VAC
Legacy Wired Systems)
1.0 Cooling Operation
1.1 On a demand for single stage cooling operation, the
thermostat closes the "G" and "Y" contacts providing
24VAC to the "G", "Y1", and "Y2" terminals at the
integrated air handler control. The integrated AH control
initiates the selected cooling ramping profile after any
blower ON delays have expired. After completing any
blower ON delays and ramping profile, the control
operates the variavble speed ECM motor at the demanded airflow.
1.2 The compressor and condensor fan motor is energized
by the closing of the thermostat "Y" contacts.
1.3 The system operates at single stage cooling.
1.4 Upon satisfying the thermostat, the "G" and "Y" thermostat contacts open, removing 24VAC from the both the
outdoor condensor and integrated air handler control.
The compressor and condensor fan motor are both deenergized immediately. The integrated AH control continues to operate the ECM blower motor for an OFF delay
period, then applies the off portion of the selected
ramping profile. The ECM blower motor is then deenergized.
2.0 Heating Operation
2.1 On a demand for auxiliary heat operation, the thermostat
closes the "W1" contacts providing 24VAC to the "W1"
terminal at the integrated air handler control. The
integrated AH control initiates the heating ramping profile
after any blower ON delays have expired. After completing any blower ON delays and ramping profile, the control
operates the variavble speed ECM motor at the demanded airflow.
2.2 The system operates at low stage auxiliary heat.
2.3 If the thermostat demand cannot be met on low stage
auxiliary heat, the thermostat will close the "W2" contacts, providing 24VAC to the "W2" terminal at the
integrated AH control. Thermostat "W1" contacts remain
closed.
2.4 Upon receiving the high stage auxiliary heat demand, the
control operates the ECM blower motor at the demanded
airflow.
2.5 The system operates at high stage auxiliary heat as
demanded by the thermostat.
2.6 Upon satisfying the thermostat, the "W1" thermostat
contacts (or "W1" and "W2" contacts) open, removing
24VAC from the integrated air handler control. The
integrated AH control continues to operate the ECM
blower motor for an OFF delay period, then applies the off
portion of the heating ramping profile. The ECM blower
motor is then de-energized.
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3.0 Continuous Fan Operation
3.1 On a demand for continuous fan operation, the thermostat closes the "G" contacts providing 24VAC to the "G"
terminal at the integrated air handler control. The control
energizes the variavble speed ECM motor at 30% of the
air handler's maximum airflow capability.
3.2 Removing the thermostat demand for continuous fan
opens the "G" contacts, removing 24VAC from the
integrated air handler control. The integrated AH control
immediately de-energizes the ECM blower motor.
AVPTC/MBVC with Single Stage Heat Pumps (24VAC
Legacy Wired Systems)
1.0 Cooling Operation
1.1 On a demand for single stage cooling operation, the
thermostat closes the "G", "O", and "Y" contacts providing 24VAC to the "G", "O", "Y1", and "Y2" terminals atthe
integrated air handler control. The integrated AH control
initiates the selected cooling ramping profile after any
blower ON delays have expired. After completing any
blower ON delays and ramping profile, the control operates the variavble speed ECM motor at the demanded
airflow.
1.2 The compressor and condensor fan motor is energized
by the closing of the thermostat "Y" contacts. The
reveersing valve is energized by the closing of the
thermostat "O" contacts.
1.3 The system operates at single stage cooling.
1.4 Upon satisfying the thermostat, the "G", "O", and "Y"
thermostat contacts open, removing 24VAC from the
both the outdoor condensor and integrated air handler
control. The compressor, condensor fan motor, and
reversing valve are de-energized immediately. The
integrated AH control continues to operate the ECM
blower motor for an OFF delay period, then applies the
off portion of the selected ramping profile. The ECM
blower motor is then de-energized.
2.0 Heating Operation
2.1 On a demand for heat pump heating, the room thermostat
closes the "G" and "Y" contacts, providing 24VAC to the
"G" and "Y" terminals at the integrated air handler control.
The integrated AH control initiates the heat pump heating
ramping profile after any blower ON delays have expired.
After completing any blower ON delays and ramping
profile, the control operates the variavble speed ECM
motor at the demanded airflow.
2.2 The compressor and condensor fan motor are energized
by the closing of the thermostat "Y" contacts.
2.3 The system operates at single stage heat pump heat.
2.4 If the thermostat demand cannot be met with heat pump
heating, the thermostat will close the "W1/W2" contacts,
providing 24VAC to the "W1" or "W1" and "W2" terminals
at the integrated AH control. Thermostat "G" and "Y"
contacts remain closed.
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2.5 Upon receiving a demand for auxiliary heat, the control
determines the appropriate airflow demand for heat
pump + auxiliary heat operation and operates the ECM
blower motor at that airflow demand. The control
determines which airflow demand is greatest and applies that demand when operating the ECM blower
motor.
2.6 The system operates at single stage heat pump heating
plus auxiliary heat.
2.5 Upon satisfying the thermostat, the "G" and "Y" thermostat contacts (or "G", "Y" and "W1/W2" contacts) open,
removing 24VAC from the integrated air handler control.
The integrated AH control continues to operate the ECM
blower motor for an OFF delay period, then applies the
off portion of the heat pump heating ramping profile. The
ECM blower motor is then de-energized.
3.0 Continuous Fan Operation
3.1 On a demand for continuous fan operation, the thermostat closes the "G" contacts providing 24VAC to the "G"
terminal at the integrated air handler control. The control
energizes the variavble speed ECM motor at 30% of the
air handler's maximum airflow capability.
3.2 Removing the thermostat demand for continuous fan
opens the "G" contacts, removing 24VAC from the
integrated air handler control. The integrated AH control
immediately de-energizes the ECM blower motor.
4.0 Defrost Operation
4.1 The control in the outdoor unit determines when a defrost
cycle is needed. Upon determing that a defrost cycle is
needed, the outdoor control de-energizes the condensor
fan motor and energizes the reversing valve. A "W1"
signal is sent from the outdoor unit control to the
integrated air handler control.
4.2 The air handler control energizes the eletric heat
sequencer output to turn on the electric heaters. The
appropriate airflow demand is provided to the motor
(greater of heat pump or auxiliary heat).
4.3 At the conclusion of the defrost cycle, the outdoor unit
control removes the "W1" output to the integrated air
handler control, de-energizes the reversing valve and
re-energizes the condensor fan motor.
5.0 Emergency Heat Operation
5.1 On a demand for emergency heat operation, the
thermostat closes the "W1/W2" contacts providing
24VAC to the "W1" terminal at the integrated air handler
control. The integrated AH control initiates the heating
ramping profile after any blower ON delays have expired. After completing any blower ON delays and
ramping profile, the control operates the variavble speed
ECM motor at the demanded airflow.
5.2 The system operates at emergency heat.
5.3 Upon satisfying the thermostat emergnecy heat demand, the "W1" thermostat contacts open, removing
24VAC from the integrated air handler control. The
integrated AH control continues to operate the ECM
blower motor for an OFF delay period, then applies the off
portion of the heating ramping profile. The ECM blower
motor is then de-energized.
AVPTC/MBVC with 2-Stage Condensers (24VAC Legacy
Wired Systems)
1.0 Cooling Operation
1.1 On a demand for low stage cooling operation, the
thermostat closes the "G" and "Y1" contacts providing
24VAC to the "G" and "Y1" terminals at the integrated air
handler control. The integrated AH control initiates the
selected cooling ramping profile after any blower ON
delays have expired. After completing any blower ON
delays and ramping profile, the control operates the
variavble speed ECM motor at the demanded airflow.
1.2 The compressor and condensor fan motor are energized
by the closing of the thermostat "Y1" contacts.
1.3 The system operates at low stage cooling.
1.4 If the thermostat demand cannot be met with low stage
cooling, the thermostat closes the "Y2" contacts, providing 24VAC to the "Y2" terminal at the AH control. The
integrated AH control operates the ECM blower motor at
the high stage cooling airflow demand. Thermostat "G"
and Y1" contacts remain closed.
1.5 The compressor and condensor fan motor high stage
speeds are energized by the closing of the thermostat
"Y2" contacts.
1.6 The system operates at high stage cooling.
1.7 Upon satisfying the thermostat, the "G", "Y1" and "Y2"
thermostat contacts open, removing 24VAC from the
both the outdoor condensor and integrated air handler
control. The compressor and condensor fan motor are
both de-energized immediately. The integrated AH
control continues to operate the ECM blower motor for an
OFF delay period, then applies the off portion of the
selected ramping profile. The ECM blower motor is then
de-energized.
2.0 Heating Operation
2.1 On a demand for auxiliary heat operation, the thermostat
closes the "W1" contacts providing 24VAC to the "W1"
terminal at the integrated air handler control. The
integrated AH control initiates the heating ramping profile
after any blower ON delays have expired. After completing any blower ON delays and ramping profile, the control
operates the variavble speed ECM motor at the demanded airflow.
2.2 The system operates at low stage auxiliary heat.
2.3 If the thermostat demand cannot be met on low stage
auxiliary heat, the thermostat will close the "W2" contacts, providing 24VAC to the "W2" terminal at theintegrated
AH control. Thermostat "W1" contacts remain closed.
2.4 The system operates on high stage auxiliary heat.
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2.5 Upon receiving the high stage auxiliary heat demand, the
control operates the ECM blower motor at the high stage
auxiliary heat airflow.
2.6 Upon satisfying the thermostat, the "W1" thermostat
contacts (or "W1" and "W2" contacts) open, removing
24VAC from the integrated air handler control and
outdoor unit. The compressor and condensor fan motor
are immediately de-enerized. The integrated AH control
continues to operate the ECM blower motor for an OFF
delay period, then applies the off portion of the heating
ramping profile. The ECM blower motor is then deenergized.
3.0 Continuous Fan Operation
3.1 On a demand for continuous fan operation, the thermostat closes the "G" contacts providing 24VAC to the "G"
terminal at the integrated air handler control. The control
energizes the variavble speed ECM motor at 30% of the
air handler's maximum airflow capability.
3.2 Removing the thermostat demand for continuous fan
opens the "G" contacts, removing 24VAC from the
integrated air handler control. The integrated AH control
immediately de-energizes the ECM blower motor.
AVPTC/MBVC with 2-Stage Heat Pumps (24VAC Legacy
Wired Systems)
1.0 Cooling Operation
1.1 On a demand for low stage cooling operation, the
thermostat closes the "G", "O", and "Y1" contacts
providing 24VAC to the "G", "O", and "Y1" terminals at
the integrated air handler control. The integrated AH
control initiates the selected cooling ramping profile
after any blower ON delays have expired. After completing any blower ON delays and ramping profile, the
control operates the variavble speed ECM motor at the
low stage cooling airflow.
1.2 The low stage compressor and condensor fan motor
speeds are energized by the closing of the thermostat
"Y1" contacts. The reversing valve is energized with the
closing of the thermostat "O" contacts.
1.3 The system operates at low stage cooling.
1.4 If the thermostat demand cannot be met with low stage
cooling, the thermostat closes the "Y2" contacts, providing 24VAC to the "Y2" terminal at the AH control. The
integrated AH control operates the ECM blower motor at
the high stage cooling airflow demand. Thermostat "G",
"O", and Y1" contacts remain closed.
1.5 The compressor and condensor fan motor high stage
speeds are energized by the closing of the thermostat
"Y2" contacts.
1.6 The system operates at high stage cooling.
1.7 Upon satisfying the thermostat, the "G", "O", and "Y1"
(or "Y1" and "Y2") thermostat contacts open, removing
24VAC from the both the outdoor condensor and
integrated air handler control. The compressor,
condensor fan motor, and reverving valve are all deenergized immediately. The integrated AH control
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continues to operate the ECM blower motor for an OFF
delay period, then applies the off portion of the selected
ramping profile. The ECM blower motor is then deenergized.
2.0 Heating Operation
2.1 On a demand for low stage heat pump heating, the room
thermostat closes the "G" and "Y1" contacts, providing
24VAC to the"G" and "Y1" terminals at the integrated air
handler control. The integrated AH control initiates the
heat pump heating ramping profile after any blower ON
delays have expired. After completing any blower ON
delays and ramping profile, the control operates the
variavble speed ECM motor at the low stage heat pump
airflow.
2.2 The low stage compressor and condensor fan motor
speeds are energized by the closing of the thermostat
"Y1" contacts.
2.3 The system operates at low stage heat pump heating.
2.4 If the thermostat demand cannot be met with low stage
heat pump heating, the thermostat will close the "Y2"
contacts, providing 24VAC to the "Y2" terminals at the
integrated AH control and heat pump. Thermostat "G"
and "Y1" contacts remain closed. The air handler control
operates the ECM blower motor at the high stage heat
pump heating airflow.
2.5 The system operates at high stage heat pump heating.
2.6 If the thermostat demand cannot be met with high stage
heat pump heating, the thermostat will close the "W1/W2"
contacts, providing 24VAC to the "W1" or "W1" and "W2"
terminals at the integrated AH control. Thermostat "G",
"Y1", and "Y2" contacts remain closed.
2.7 Upon receiving a demand for auxiliary heat, the control
determines the appropriate airflow demand for high
stage heat pump + auxiliary heat operation and operates
the ECM blower motor at that airflow demand. The control
determines which airflow demand is greatest and applies
that demand when operating the ECM blower motor.
2.8 The system operates at high stage heat pump heating
plus auxiliary heat.
2.9 Upon satisfying the thermostat, the "G" and "Y1" thermostat contacts (or "G", "Y1", "Y2" and "W1/W2" contacts)
open, removing 24VAC from the integrated air handler
control. The compressor and condensor fan motor are
de-energized immediately. The integrated AH control
continues to operate the ECM blower motor for an OFF
delay period, then applies the off portion of the heat pump
heating ramping profile. The ECM blower motor is then
de-energized.
3.0 Continuous Fan Operation
3.1 On a demand for continuous fan operation, the thermostat closes the "G" contacts providing 24VAC to the "G"
terminal at the integrated air handler control. The control
energizes the variavble speed ECM motor at 30% of the
air handler's maximum airflow capability.
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3.2 Removing the thermostat demand for continuous fan
opens the "G" contacts, removing 24VAC from the
integrated air handler control. The integrated AH control
immediately de-energizes the ECM blower motor.
4.0 Defrost Operation
4.1 The control in the outdoor unit determines when a defrost
cycle is needed. Upon determing that a defrost cycle is
needed, the outdoor control de-energizes the condensor
fan motor and energizes the reversing valve. A "W1"
signal is sent from the outdoor unit control to the
integrated air handler control.
4.2 The air handler control energizes the eletric heat
sequencer output to turn on the electric heaters. The
appropriate airflow demand is provided to the motor
(greater of heat pump or auxiliary heat).
4.3 At the conclusion of the defrost cycle, the outdoor unit
control removes the "W1" output to the integrated air
handler control, de-energizes the reversing valve and reenergizes the condensor fan motor.
5.0 Emergency Heat Operation
5.1 On a demand for emergency heat operation, the thermostat closes the "W1/W2" contacts providing 24VAC to the
"W1" terminal at the integrated air handler control. The
integrated AH control initiates the heating ramping profile
after any blower ON delays have expired. After completing any blower ON delays and ramping profile, the control
operates the variavble speed ECM motor at the emergency heat airflow.
5.2 The system operates at emergency heat.
5.3 Upon satisfying the thermostat emergnecy heat demand,
the "W1" thermostat contacts open, removing 24VAC
from the integrated air handler control. The integrated AH
control continues to operate the ECM blower motor for an
OFF delay period, then applies the off portion of the
heating ramping profile. The ECM blower motor is then
de-energized
AVPTC/MBVC with ASXC/DSXC Condenser and CTK0*
Communicating Themostat
The AVPTC or MBVC air handle/modular blower matched
with an ASXC or DSXC condensing unit and CTK0* communicating thermostat constitute a network. The three components, or subsystems, making up the system communicate
with one another with information passed between all three
components. This leads to a somewhat non-traditional
manner in which the system components receive commands
for system operation. All system commands are routed from
the component through the network to the appropriate destination component.
NOTE: The individual subsystems will cease operation if the
request for operation is NOT refreshed after 5 minutes. This
is a built-in safe guard to prevent the possibility of runaway
operation.
1.0 Cooling Operation - Low and High Stage Cool
1.1 The CTK0* thermostat sends a request for low stage
cooling through the network to the unitary (UC) control
in the condenser. The UC control receives the command
and processes any compressor and fan delays.
1.2 The UC control sends a request for low stage fan speed
to the air handler/modular blower. The blower energizes
the ECM blower motor at the appropriate speed.
1.3 The condenser energizes the compressor and condenser fan motor at the appropriate low stage speeds.
1.4 The system operates at low stage cooling.
1.5 If the thermostat demand cannot be met on low stage
cooling, the CTK0* thermostat sends a request for high
stage cooling to the condenser. The condenser in turn
sends a request for high stage fan speed to the air
handler/modular blower. The blower increases the
blower speed to the high stage cooling speed.
1.6 The condenser's unitary control energizes the high stage
compressor solenoid and switches the condenser fan
motor to high speed.
1.7 The system operates at high stage cooling.
1.8 Once the thermostat demand is satisfied, the CTK0*
thermostat commands the UC control to end cooling
operation. The condenser de-energizes the
compressorand condenser fan motor. The UC control
continues providing a fan request until any cooling blower
OFF delays have expired.
2.0 Heating Operation - Auxiliary/Emergency Heat
2.1 The CTK0* thermostat sends a request for emergency
heat to the air handler/modular blower.
2.2 The air handler control energizes the ECM blower motor
at the emergency heat speed. The electric heat sequencer outputs are also energized, thus energizing the
electric heaters.
2.3 The system operates at emergency heat.
2.4 Once the thermostat demand is satisfied, the CTK0*
thermostat commands the air handler/modular blower to
end emergency heat operation. The air handler control
de-energizes the electric heat sequencer outputs. The
ECM blower motor remains energized until any blower
OFF delay timing has expired.
3.0 Continuous Fan Operation
3.1 With a demand for continuous fan operation, the CTK0*
thermostat sends a fan request to the integrated air
handler control along with a fan demand. The control
energizes the variavble speed ECM motor at fan demand
provided by the thermostat. The fan demand provided by
the thermostat will be 30%, 50%,or 70% of the air
handler's maximum airflow capability. The continuous
fan demand is set from the thermostat as low, medium,
or high.
3.2 If the thermostat demand for continuous fan is removed,
the CTK0* thermostat commands the integrated air
handler control to end continuous fan operation. The
integrated AH control immediately de-energizes the
ECM blower motor.
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AVPTC/MBVC with ASZC/DSZC Heat Pump and CTK0*
Communicating Themostat
The AVPTC or MBVC air handle/modular blower matched
with an ASZC or DSZC condensing unit and CTK0* communicating thermostat constitute a network. The three components, or subsystems, making up the system communicate
with one another with information passed between all three
components. This leads to a somewhat non-traditional
manner in which the system components receive commands
for system operation. All system commands are routed from
the component through the network to the appropriate destination component.
NOTE: Communicating heat pump systems are designed to
utilize a balance point temperature. The balance point
temperature in part controls heat pump operation. If the
outdoor temperature is below the balance point, the heat
pump is disable and only electric heat is available for heating.
The balance point temperature is set via the CTK0* thermostat in the advanced installer's configuration menu.
1.7 The system operates at high stage cooling.
1.8 Once the thermostat demand is satisfied, the CTK0*
thermostat commands the UC control to end cooling
operation. The heat pump de-energizes the compressor,
condenser fan motor, and reversing valve. The UC control
continues providing a fan request until any cooling blower
OFF delays have expired.
2.0 Heating Operation
Outdoor Temperature Above the Heat Pump Balance
Point
2.1 The CTK0* thermostat sends a request for the outdoor air
temperature to the heat pump. The heat pump returns an
outdoor air temperature that is above the balance point
temperature. Heat pump heating is enabled.
2.2 The CTK0* thermostat sends a request for low stage heat
pump heating to the unitary (UC) control in the heat
pump. The UC control receives the command and
processes any compressor and fan delays.
The CTK0* thermostat also allows the user to disable the
electric heaters in the air handler/modular blower depending
on the outdoor temperature. The electric heaters are disabled If the outdoor temperature is above the set point. All
heating is supplied by the heat pump.
2.3 The UC control sends a request for low stage fan speed
to the air handler/modular blower. The blower energizes
the ECM blower motor at the appropriate speed.
The outdoor air temperature is aquired from the outdoor air
temperature (OAT) sensor included with the ASZC/DSZC
heat pump models. Faults with the sensor will affect heating
operation.
2.5 The system operates at low stage heat pump heating.
NOTE: The individual subsystems will cease operation if the
request for operation is NOT refreshed after 5 minutes. This
is a built-in safe guard to prevent the possibility of runaway
operation.
1.0 Cooling Operation - Low and High Stage Cool
1.1 The CTK0* thermostat sends a request for low stage
cooling through the network to the unitary (UC) control
in the heat pump. The UC control receives the command
and processes any compressor and fan delays.
1.2 The UC control sends a request for low stage fan speed
to the air handler/modular blower. The blower energizes
the ECM blower motor at the appropriate speed.
1.3 The heat pump energizes the compressor and condenser fan motor at the appropriate low stage speeds.
The reversing valve is also energized.
1.4 The system operates at low stage cooling.
1.5 If the thermostat demand cannot be met on low stage
cooling, the CTK0* thermostat sends a request for high
stage cooling to the heat pump. The heat pump in turn
sends a request for high stage fan speed to the air
handler/modular blower. The AH control increases the
blower speed to the high stage cooling speed.
1.6 The heat pump's unitary control energizes the high stage
compressor solenoid and switches the condenser fan
motor to high speed. The reversing valve remains
energized.
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2.4 The condenser energizes the compressor and condenser fan motor at the appropriate low stage speeds.
2.6 If the thermostat demand cannot be met on low stage
heat pump heating, the CTK0* thermostat sends a
request for high stage heat pump heating to the heat
pump. The heat pump in turn sends a request for high
stage fan speed to the air handler/modular blower. The
AH control increases the blower speed to the high stage
heat pump heating speed.
2.7 The heat pump's unitary control energizes the high stage
compressor solenoid and switches the condenser fan
motor to high speed.
2.8 The system operates at high stage heat pump heating.
2.9 If the thermostat demand cannot be met on high stage
heat pump heating, the CTK0* thermostat sends a
request for auxiliary heat to the air handler/modular
blower.
2.10 Upon receiving a demand for auxiliary heat, the air
handler control determines the appropriate airflow for
high stage heat pump + auxiliary heat operation and
operates the ECM blower motor at that airflow demand.
The air handler control determines which airflow demand
is greatest and applies that demand when operating the
ECM blower motor.
2.11 The system operates at high stage heat pump heating
plus auxiliary heat.
2.12 Once the thermostat demand is satisfied, the CTK0*
thermostat commands the heat pump to end heat pump
heating operation. The compressor and outdoor fan
motor are de-energized.
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The air handler/modular blower is commanded to end
auxiliary heat operation. The air handler control deenergizes the electric heat sequencer outputs. The
ECM blower motor remains energized until any blower
OFF delay timing has expired.
Outdoor Temperature Below the Heat Pump Balance
Point
2.1 The CTK0*** thermostat sends a request for the outdoor
air temperature to the heat pump. The heat pump returns
an outdoor air temperature that is below the balance
point temperature. Heat pump heating is disabled.
2.2 The CTK0*** thermostat sends a request for auxiliary
heat to the air handler/modular blower.
2.2 The air handler control energizes the ECM blower motor
at the auxiliary heat speed. The electric heat sequencer
outputs are also energized, thus energizing the electric
heaters.
2.3 The system operates at auxiliary heat.
2.4 Once the thermostat demand is satisfied, the CTK0*
thermostat commands the air handler/modular blower to
end auxiliary heat operation. The air handler control deenergizes the electric heat sequencer outputs. The
ECM blower motor remains energized until any blower
OFF delay timing has expired.
4.4 Once the defrost cycle is terminated, the heat pump
commands the air handler/modular blower to end defrost
operation.
4.5 The system returns to heat pump heating operation that
was in effect prior to the defrost cycle.
5.0 Emergency Heat Operation
5.1 The CTK0* thermostat sends a request for emergency
heat to the air handler/modular blower.
5.2 The air handler control energizes the ECM blower motor
at the emergency heat speed. The electric heat sequencer outputs are also energized, thus energizing the
electric heaters.
5.3 The system operates at emergency heat.
5.4 Once the thermostat demand is satisfied, the CTK0*
thermostat commands the air handler/modular blower to
end emergency heat operation. The air handler control
de-energizes the electric heat sequencer outputs. The
ECM blower motor remains energized until any blower
OFF delay timing has expired. energizes the variavble
speed ECM motor at fan demand provided by the thermostat. The fan demand provided by the thermostat will be
30%, 50%,or 70% of the air handler's maximum airflow
capability. The continuous fan demand is set from the
thermostat as low, medium, or high.
3.0 Continuous Fan Operation
3.1 With a demand for continuous fan operation, the CTK0*
thermostat sends a fan request to the integrated air
handler control along with a fan demand. The
controladjustable via the CTK0* thermostat. The compressor delay is intended to eliminate compressor noise
during the reversing valve shift.) The compressor will
energized (or re-energized) at high stage.
3.2 If the thermostat demand for continuous fan is removed,
the CTK0* thermostat commands the integrated air
handler control to end continuous fan operation. The
integrated AH control immediately de-energizes the
ECM blower motor.
4.0 Defrost Operation
4.1 While the system is operating in heat pump heating (see
2.0 Heating Operation), the control in the outdoor unit
may determines that a defrost cycle is needed. Upon
determing that a defrost cycle is needed, the UC control
de-energizes the condensor fan motor and energizes the
reversing valve.
4.2 The compressor may be de-energized for a short delay
during the reversing valve shift. (The delay period is
adjustable via the CTK0* thermostat. The compressor
delay is intended to eliminate compressor noise during
the reversing valve shift.) The compressor will energize
(or re-energize) at high stage.
S-50 CHECKING HEATER LIMIT CONTROL(S)
(OPTIONAL ELECTRIC HEATERS)
Each individual heater element is protected with an automatic
rest limit control connected in series with each element to
prevent overheating of components in case of low airflow.
This limit control will open its circuit at approximately 150°F.
to 160°F and close at approximately 110°F.
WARNING
Disconnect ALL power before servicing.
1. Remove the wiring from the control terminals.
2. Using an ohmmeter test for continuity across the normally
closed contacts. No reading indicates the control is open
- replace if necessary. Make sure the limits are cool
before testing.
IF FOUND OPEN - REPLACE - DO NOT WIRE AROUND.
S-52 CHECKING HEATER ELEMENTS
Optional electric heaters may be added, in the quantities
shown in the spec sheet for each model unit, to provide
electric resistance heating. Under no condition shall more
heaters than the quantity shown be installed.
4.3 The UC control sends a request for defrost operation to
the integrated air handler control. The air handler control
energizes the electric heat sequencer outputs and
operates the ECM blower model at the electric heat
speed.
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NOTE: The temperature rise table is for sea level installations. The temperature rise at a particular KW and CFM will
be greater at high altitudes, while the external static pressure at a particular CFM will be less.
HIGH VOLTAGE!
Disconnect ALL power before servicing
or installing. Multiple power sources
may be present. Failure to do so may
cause property damage, personal injury
or death.
CFM
1. Disassemble and remove the heating element(s).
2. Visually inspect the heater assembly for any breaks in
the wire or broken insulators.
3. Using an ohmmeter, test the element for continuity - no
reading indicates the element is open. Replace as
necessary.
S-60 ELECTRIC HEATER (OPTIONAL ITEM)
Optional electric heaters may be added, in the quantities
shown in the specifications section, to provide electric
resistance heating. Under no condition shall more heaters
than the quantity shown be installed.
The low voltage circuit in the air handler is factory wired and
terminates at the location provided for the electric heater(s).
A minimum of field wiring is required to complete the
installation.
Other components such as a Heating/Cooling Thermostat
and Outdoor Thermostats are available to complete the
installation.
The system CFM can be determined by measuring the static
pressure external to the unit. The installation manual supplied
with the blower coil, or the blower performance table in the
service manual, shows the CFM for the static measured.
Alternately, the system CFM can be determined by operating
the electric heaters and indoor blower WITHOUT having the
compressor in operation. Measure the temperature rise as
close to the blower inlet and outlet as possible.
If other than a 240V power supply is used, refer to the BTUH
CAPACITY CORRECTION FACTOR chart below.
600
700
800
900
1000
1100
1200
1300
1400
1500
1600
1700
1800
1900
2000
2100
2200
2300
TEMPERATURE
3.0 4.8 7.2
kW kW kW
16
25
38
14
22
33
12
19
29
11
17
26
10
15
23
9
14
21
8
13
19
7
12
18
7
11
16
6
10
15
6
9
14
6
9
14
5
8
13
5
8
12
5
8
12
5
7
11
4
7
11
4
7
10
RISE (°F) @ 240V
9.6 14.4 19.2 24.0 28.8
kW kW kW kW kW
51
43
38
57
34
51
30
46
27
41
55
25
38
50
23
35
46
22
32
43
54
65
20
30
40
50
60
19
28
38
47
57
18
27
36
44
53
17
25
34
42
50
16
24
32
40
48
15
23
30
38
45
14
22
29
36
43
14
21
27
34
41
13
20
26
33
39
ELECTRIC HEATER CAPACITY BTUH
HTR
KW
3.0
KW
4.7
KW
6.0
KW
7.0
KW
9.5
KW
14.2
KW
19.5
KW
21.0
KW
BTUH 10200 16200 20400 23800 32400 48600 66500 71600
FORMULAS:
Heating Output = KW x 3413 x Corr. Factor
Actual CFM = CFM (from table) x Corr. Factor
BTUH CAPACITY CORRECTION FACTOR
SUPPLY VOLTAGE
250
230
220
208
MULTIPLICATION FACTOR
1.08
.92
.84
.75
BTUH = KW x 3413
BTUH = CFM x 1.08 x Temperature Rise (T)
EXAMPLE: Five (5) heaters provide 24.0 KW at the rated
240V. Our actual measured voltage is 220V, and our
measured temperature rise is 42°F. Find the actual CFM:
CFM = KW x 3413
1.08 x T
Answer: 24.0KW, 42°F Rise, 240 V = 1800 CFM from the
TEMPERATURE RISE chart on the right.
T = BTUH
CFM x 1.08
Heating output at 220 V = 24.0KW x 3.413 x .84 = 68.8
MBH.
S-61A CHECKING HEATER LIMIT CONTROL(S)
Actual CFM = 1800 x .84 Corr. Factor = 1400 CFM.
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Each individual heater element is protected with a limit
control device connected in series with each element to
prevent overheating of components in case of low airflow.
This limit control will open its circuit at approximately 150°F.
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S-100 REFRIGERATION REPAIR PRACTICE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
Disconnect ALL power before servicing
or installing. Multiple power sources
may be present. Failure to do so may
cause property damage, personal injury
or death.
DANGER
Always remove the refrigerant charge in a proper
manner before applying heat to the system.
When repairing the refrigeration system:
1. Remove the wiring from the control terminals.
2. Using an ohmmeter, test for continuity across the normally closed contacts. No reading indicates the control
is open - replace if necessary.
IF FOUND OPEN - REPLACE - DO NOT WIRE AROUND.
S-61B CHECKING HEATER FUSE LINK
(OPTIONAL ELECTRIC HEATERS)
Each individual heater element is protected with a one time
fuse link which is connected in series with the element. The
fuse link will open at approximately 333°.
WARNING
Disconnect ALL power before servicing.
1. Remove heater element assembly so as to expose fuse
link.
2. Using an ohmmeter, test across the fuse link for continuity
- no reading indicates the link is open. Replace as
necessary.
NOTE: The link is designed to open at approximately 333°F.
DO NOT WIRE AROUND - determine reason for failure.
S-62 CHECKING HEATER ELEMENTS
WARNING
Disconnect ALL power before servicing.
1. Disassemble and remove the heating element.
2. Visually inspect the heater assembly for any breaks in the
wire or broken insulators.
3. Using an ohmmeter, test the element for continuity - no
reading indicates the element is open. Replace as
necessary.
HIGH VOLTAGE!
Disconnect ALL power before servicing
or installing. Multiple power sources
may be present. Failure to do so may
cause property damage, personal injury
or death.
1. Never open a system that is under vacuum. Air and
moisture will be drawn in.
2. Plug or cap all openings.
3. Remove all burrs and clean the brazing surfaces of the
tubing with sand cloth or paper. Brazing materials do
not flow well on oxidized or oily surfaces.
4. Clean the inside of all new tubing to remove oils and pipe
chips.
5. When brazing, sweep the tubing with dry nitrogen to
prevent the formation of oxides on the inside surfaces.
6. Complete any repair by replacing the liquid line drier in
the system, evacuate and charge.
BRAZING MATERIALS
IMPORTANT NOTE: Torch heat required to braze tubes
of various sizes is proportional to the size of the tube. Tubes
of smaller size require less heat to bring the tube to brazing
temperature before adding brazing alloy. Applying too
much heat to any tube can melt the tube. Service personnel
must use the appropriate heat level for the size of the tube
being brazed.
NOTE: The use of a heat shield when brazing is
recommended to avoid burning the serial plate or the finish
on the unit. Heat trap or wet rags should be used to protect
heat sensitive components such as service valves and TXV
valves.
Copper to Copper Joints - Sil-Fos used without flux (alloy
of 15% silver, 80% copper, and 5% phosphorous). Recommended heat 1400°F.
Copper to Steel Joints - Silver Solder used without a flux
(alloy of 30% silver, 38% copper, 32% zinc). Recommended heat - 1200°F.
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S-101 LEAK TESTING (NITROGEN OR NITROGEN-TRACED)
WARNING
To avoid the risk of fire or explosion, never use
oxygen, high pressure air or flammable gases for leak
testing of a refrigeration system.
WARNING
To avoid possible explosion, the line from the
nitrogen cylinder must include a pressure regulator
and a pressure relief valve. The pressure relief valve
must be set to open at no more than 150 psig.
Pressure test the system using dry nitrogen and soapy water
to locate leaks. If you wish to use a leak detector, charge the
system to 10 psi using the appropriate refrigerant then use
nitrogen to finish charging the system to working pressure,
then apply the detector to suspect areas. If leaks are found,
repair them. After repair, repeat the pressure test. If no leaks
exist, proceed to system evacuation.
S-102 EVACUATION
WARNING
Do not front seat the service valve(s) with the
compressor open, with the suction line of the
comprssor closed or severely restricted.
1. Connect the vacuum pump, vacuum tight manifold set
with high vacuum hoses, thermocouple vacuum gauge
and charging cylinder as shown.
2. Start the vacuum pump and open the shut off valve to the
high vacuum gauge manifold only. After the compound
gauge (low side) has dropped to approximately 29 inches
of vacuum, open the valve to the vacuum thermocouple
gauge. See that the vacuum pump will blank-off to a
maximum of 25 microns. A high vacuum pump can only
produce a good vacuum if its oil is non-contaminated.
LOW SIDE
GAUGE
AND VALVE
HIGH SIDE
GAUGE
AND VALVE
800 PSI
RATED
HOSES
WARNING
CHARGING
CYLINDER
AND SCALE
REFRIGERANT UNDER PRESSURE!
Failure to follow proper procedures may cause
property damage, personal injury or death.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Because of the potential damage to
compressors, do not allow suction pressure at service valve
to drop below 20 PSIG when pumping unit system down for
repair. Outdoor section, depending on line set length and
amount of charge in system, may not be able to hold the
entire system charge.
This is the most important part of the entire service procedure.
The life and efficiency of the equipment is dependent upon
the thoroughness exercised by the serviceman when evacuating air (non-condensables) and moisture from the system.
Air in a system causes high condensing temperature and
pressure, resulting in increased power input and reduced
performance.
Moisture chemically reacts with the refrigerant oil to form
corrosive acids. These acids attack motor windings and
parts, causing breakdown.
TO
UNIT SERVICE
VALVE PORTS
VACUUM PUMP
ADAPTER
VACUUM PUMP
EVACUATION
3. If the vacuum pump is working properly, close the valve
to the vacuum thermocouple gauge and open the high and
low side valves to the high vacuum manifold set. With the
valve on the charging cylinder closed, open the manifold
valve to the cylinder.
4. Evacuate the system to at least 29 inches gauge before
opening valve to thermocouple vacuum gauge.
The equipment required to thoroughly evacuate the system is
a high vacuum pump, capable of producing a vacuum
equivalent to 25 microns absolute and a thermocouple vacuum
gauge to give a true reading of the vacuum in the system
5. Continue to evacuate to a maximum of 250 microns.
Close valve to vacuum pump and watch rate of rise. If
vacuum does not rise above 1500 microns in three to five
minutes, system can be considered properly evacuated.
NOTE: Never use the system compressor as a vacuum pump
or run when under a high vacuum. Motor damage could
occur.
6. If thermocouple vacuum gauge continues to rise and
levels off at about 5000 microns, moisture and noncondensables are still present. If gauge continues to rise
a leak is present. Repair and re-evacuate.
146
SERVICING
7. Close valve to thermocouple vacuum gauge and vacuum
pump. Shut off pump and prepare to charge.
S-103 CHARGING
WARNING
REFRIGERANT UNDER PRESSURE!
* Do not overcharge system with refrigerant.
* Do not operate unit in a vacuum or at negative
pressure.
Failure to follow proper procedures may cause
property damage, personal injury or death.
Final Charge Adjustment
The outdoor temperature must be 60°F or higher. Set the
room thermostat to COOL, fan switch to AUTO, and set the
temperature control well below room temperature.
After system has stabilized per startup instructions, compare
the operating pressures and outdoor unit amp draw to the
numbers listed on the performance label on the outdoor unit.
If pressures and amp draw are too low, add charge. If
pressures and amp draw are too high, remove charge.
Check subcooling and superheat as detailed in the following
section.
5. With the system still running, remove hose and reinstall
both valve caps.
6. Check system for leaks.
CAUTION
Use refrigerant certified to AHRI standards. Used
refrigerant may cause compressor damage and will
void the warranty. Most portable machines cannot
clean used refrigerant to meet AHRI standards.
CAUTION
Operating the compressor with the suction valve
closed will void the warranty and cause serious
compressor damage.
Charge the system with the exact amount of refrigerant.
Refer to the specification section or check the unit nameplates for the correct refrigerant charge.
An inaccurately charged system will cause future problems.
1. When using an ambient compensated calibrated charging cylinder, allow liquid refrigerant only to enter the high
side.
2. After the system will take all it will take, close the valve on
the high side of the charging manifold.
3. Start the system and charge the balance of the refrigerant
through the low side.
NOTE: R410A should be drawn out of the storage container
or drum in liquid form due to its fractionation properties, but
should be "Flashed" to its gas state before entering the
system. There are commercially available restriction devices
that fit into the system charging hose set to accomplish this.
DO NOT charge liquid R410A into the compressor.
4. With the system still running, close the valve on the
charging cylinder. At this time, you may still have some
liquid refrigerant in the charging cylinder hose and will
definitely have liquid in the liquid hose. Reseat the liquid
line core. Slowly open the high side manifold valve and
transfer the liquid refrigerant from the liquid line hose and
charging cylinder hose into the suction service valve port.
CAREFUL: Watch so that liquid refrigerant does not
enter the compressor.
Do not charge a remote condensing unit with a non-matching
evaporator coil, or a system where the charge quantity is
unknown. Do not install or charge R410A condensers
matched with coils having capillary tubes or flow control
restrictors. AHRI rated Coil combinations with thermostatic
expansion valves (TEV's) should be charged by subcooling.
See "Checking Subcooling and Superheat" sections in this
manual. Subcooling values for "Ultron" system are found in
the Technical Information manuals for "Ultron" outdoor units.
Due to their design, Scroll compressors are inherently more
tolerant of liquid refrigerant.
NOTE: Even though the compressor section of a Scroll
compressor is more tolerant of liquid refrigerant, continued
floodback or flooded start conditions may wash oil from the
bearing surfaces causing premature bearing failure.
S-104 CHECKING COMPRESSOR EFFICIENCY
The reason for compressor inefficiency is broken or damaged scroll flanks on Scroll compressors, reducing the ability
of the compressor to pump refrigerant vapor.
The condition of the scroll flanks is checked in the following
manner.
1. Attach gauges to the high and low side of the system.
2. Start the system and run a "Cooling Performance Test.
If the test shows:
a. Below normal high side pressure.
b. Above normal low side pressure.
c. Low temperature difference across coil.
d. Low amp draw at compressor.
And the charge is correct. The compressor is faulty - replace
the compressor.
147
148
(*)
(1)
VSX130611A*
GSX130611A*
ANX130611A*
ASX130611A*
ASX130601(B,C)*
ANX130601A*
ANX130481A*
ASX130481(B,C)*
ASX130421(B,C)*
ANX130421A*
ASX130301(B,C)*
ANX130301A*
ASX130361(B,C,D)*
ANX130361A*
ANX130241A*
(3)
(2)
WGAC4360AB*
WGAC4348AB*
WGAC4342AB*
WGAC4336AB*
WGAC4330AB*
WGAC4324AB*
WGAC4318AC*
0.082
0.082
0.086
A60-00-2R*
ASUF49C14
All AHRI Matches
ASUF49C14
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
ASUF49C14
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
0.076
B1789882
B1789882
B1789886
B1789886
B1789886
B1789882
B1789886
B1789886
B1789886
B1789882
B1789886
B1789886
B1789876
B1789880
B1789880
B1789880
B1789880
B1789880
B1789851
B1789857
B1789855
B1789857
B1789855
B1789861
B1789861
B1789870
B1789870
B1789867
B1789865
B1789870
B1789865
B1789876
B1789876
0.051
0.057
0.055
0.057
0.055
0.061
0.061
0.070
0.070
0.067
0.065
0.070
0.065
0.076
0.076
0.080
0.080
0.080
0.080
0.080
B1789851
0.051
0.086
0.086
0.082
0.086
0.086
0.086
0.082
0.086
0.086
A48-00-2R*
A50-00-2R
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
A36-00-2R*
All AHRI Matches
A36-00-2R*
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
A24-00-2R*
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Indoor Piston Piston Kit
Note
Size
P/N
CORRECT PISTON IS SUPPLIED IN THE HIGHEST SALES VOLUME TESTED COMBINATION INDOOR
UNIT. FOR ALL OTHER INDOOR COMBINATIONS, PISTON MUST BE PURCHASED FROM DISTRIBUTOR.
TXV MUST BE PURCHASED SEPARATELY.
WAC4360AB*
WAC4348AB*
WAC4342AB*
WAC4336AB*
WAC4330AB*
WAC4324AB*
WAC4318AC*
Indoor Unit
IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT INDOOR AND OUTDOOR UNITS BE PROPERLY MATCHED. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS OR TO
PROPERLY MATCH EVAPORATORS AND CONDENSERS CAN RESULT IN UNIT DAMAGE, PROPERTY DAMAGE AND /OR PERSONAL INJURY .
NO WARRANTY CLAIM WILL BE HONORED FOR MIX-MATCHED SYSTEMS THAT FAIL TO ADHERE TO THE SPECIFIED PISTON SIZE.
ASX130181(B,C,D)*
ANX130181A*
ASX130241(B,C)*
Outdoor Unit
WARNING
SIGNIFIES UNIT REVISION.
CORRECT PISTON IS SUPPLIED WITH THE OUTDOOR UNIT.
GSX130614A*
GSX130604A*
GSX130605A*
GSX130613A*
GSX130611
GSX130603A*
VSX130601B*
VSX130481A*
VSX130481A*
VSX130421(A,B)*
VSX130361D*
VSX130361(A,E)*
VSX130301(A,D)*
VSX130241(A,B,D)*
VSX130241E*
VSX130181(A,B,D,E)*
GSX130601B*
GSX130601
GSX130485A*
GSX130481
GSX130483A*
GSX130484A*
GSX130481B*
GSX130241
GSX130242A*
GSX130301(B,D)*
GSX130301
GSX130361(B,E)*
GSX130361
GSX130361D*
GSX130362A*
GSX130363A*
GSX130365A*
GSX130421B*
GSX130421
GSX130181(B,C,D,E)*
GSX130181
GSX130241(B,C,D)*
PISTON KIT CHART
SERVICING
S-105A PISTON CHART FOR
ASX13, ANX13, ANZ13, GSX13, VSX13, SSX14, ASX14, GSX14, ASZ13, GSZ13, GSZ14, VSZ13, SSZ14, ASX16, GSX16, ASZ16 UNITS
(*)
(1)
SSX140241B*
SSX140301B*
SSX140361B*
SSX140421C*
SSX140481B*
SSX140481A*
SSX140601A*
VSX140181A*
VSX140191A*
VSX140241A*
VSX140251A*
VSX140301A*
VSX140311A*
VSX140361A*
VSX140371A*
VSX140421A*
VSX140481A*
VSX140601A*
GSX140241A*
GSX140301A*
GSX140361A*
GSX140421A*
GSX140481A*
GSX140181K*
GSX140191K*
GSX140241K*
GSX140251K*
GSX140301K*
GSX140311K*
GSX140361K*
GSX140371K*
GSX140421K*
GSX140481K*
GSX140601K*
0.051
0.052
0.051
0.053
0.051
0.053
0.057
0.057
0.057
0.057
0.061
0.065
0.061
0.065
0.061
0.063
0.061
0.063
0.068
0.068
0.071
0.071
0.074
0.074
0.078
0.078
0.088
0.088
AWUF 31 &32
All other AHRI Matches
AWUF 31 & 32
All other AHRI Matches
AWUF 31 & 32
All other AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
AWUF 31 & 32
All other AHRI Matches
AWUF 31 & 32
All other AHRI Matches
AWUF 31 & 32
All other AHRI Matches
AWUF 31 & 32
All other AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
ANX140181A*
ASX140361K*
ANX140361A*
ASX140371K*
ANX140371A*
ASX140421K*
ANX140421A*
ASX140481K*
ANX140481A*
ASX140601K*
ANX140601A*
ANX140311A*
ASX140311K*
ANX140301A*
ASX140301K*
ASX140241K*
ANX140241A*
ASX140251K*
ANX140251A*
ANX140191A*
ASX140191K*
(3)
(2)
0.051
0.052
AWUF 31 &32
All other AHRI Matches
ASX140181K*
ASX140361(B,C)*
ASX140421(C,D)*
ASX140481C*
ASX140481B*
ASX140601(A,B)*
ASX140301(B,C)*
ASX140241(B,C)*
WGAC4436AB*
WGAC4442AC*
WGAC4448AB*
WGAC4448AA*
WGAC4460AA*
WGAC4430AB*
WGAC4424AB*
B1789851
B1789853
B1789851
B1789853
B1789857
B1789857
B1789857
B1789857
B1789861
B1789865
B1789861
B1789865
B1789861
B1789863
B1789861
B1789863
B1789868
B1789868
B1789871
B1789871
B1789874
B1789874
B1789878
B1789878
B1789888
B1789888
B1789851
B1789852
B1789851
B1789852
B1789851
B1789852
B1789857
B1789855
B1789861
B1789865
B1789868
B1789870
B1789878
B1789879
B1789888
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
Piston Kit
Note
P/N
CORRECT PISTON IS SUPPLIED IN THE HIGHEST SALES VOLUME TESTED COMBINATION INDOOR
UNIT. FOR ALL OTHER INDOOR COMBINATIONS, PISTON MUST BE PURCHASED FROM DISTRIBUTOR.
TXV MUST BE PURCHASED SEPARATELY.
WAC4436AB*
WAC4442AC*
WAC4448AB*
WAC4448AA*
WAC4460AA*
WAC4430AB*
WAC4424AB*
WGAC4418AB*
0.051
0.052
0.057
0.055
0.061
0.065
0.068
0.070
0.078
0.079
0.088
WAC4418AB*
AWUF31 & 32
All other AHRI Matches
AWUF 31
All Other AHRI Matches
AWUF 31 & 32
All Other AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
ASX140181(B,C,D)*
Outdoor Unit
Indoor Piston
Size
IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT INDOOR AND OUTDOOR UNITS BE PROPERLY MATCHED. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS OR TO
PROPERLY MATCH EVAPORATORS AND CONDENSERS CAN RESULT IN UNIT DAMAGE, PROPERTY DAMAGE AND /OR PERSONAL INJURY .
NO WARRANTY CLAIM WILL BE HONORED FOR MIX-MATCHED SYSTEMS THAT FAIL TO ADHERE TO THE SPECIFIED PISTON SIZE.
Indoor Unit
WARNING
SIGNIFIES UNIT REVISION.
CORRECT PISTON IS SUPPLIED WITH THE OUTDOOR UNIT.
GSX140601A*
SSX140181B*
GSX140181A*
PISTON KIT CHART
SERVICING
149
150
(*)
(1)
ASXC160241B*
ASXC160361B*
ASXC160481(A,B)*
ASXC160601(A,B)*
ASXC180361A*
ASXC180481A*
ASXC180601A*
(3)
(2)
WGAC4660A*
WGAC4648A(A,B)*
WGAC4636AB*
WGAC4624AB*
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
TXV only
TXV only
TXV only
TXV only
TXV only
TXV only
TXV only
0.049
0.057
0.065
0.072
0.074
0.078
0.086
TXV only
0.088
0.055
0.062
0.068
0.070
0.078
TXV only
TXV only
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
TX2N4A
TX3N4
TX5N4
TX5N4
TX3N4
TX5N4
TX5N4
B1789849
B1789857
B1789865
B1789872
B1789874
B1789878
B1789886
TXV-60
B1789888
B1789855
B1789862
B1789868
B1789870
B1789878
TX5N4
TX5N4
TXV-30
TXV-30
TXV-30
TXV-42
TXV-42
TXV-48
TXV-60
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Piston Kit
Note
P/N
CORRECT PISTON IS SUPPLIED IN THE HIGHEST SALES VOLUME TESTED COMBINATION INDOOR
UNIT. FOR ALL OTHER INDOOR COMBINATIONS, PISTON MUST BE PURCHASED FROM DISTRIBUTOR.
TXV MUST BE PURCHASED SEPARATELY.
WAC4624AB*
WAC4630AA*
WAC4636AB*
WAC4642AA*
WAC4648A(A,B)*
WAC4659AA*
TXV only
TXV only
TXV only
TXV only
TXV only
TXV only
TXV only
Indoor Piston
Size
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
Indoor Unit
IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT INDOOR AND OUTDOOR UNITS BE PROPERLY MATCHED. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS OR TO
PROPERLY MATCH EVAPORATORS AND CONDENSERS CAN RESULT IN UNIT DAMAGE , PROPERTY DAMAGE AND /OR PERSONAL INJURY .
NO WARRANTY CLAIM WILL BE HONORED FOR MIX-MATCHED SYSTEMS THAT FAIL TO ADHERE TO THE SPECIFIED PISTON SIZE.
ASX160181**
ASX160241**
ASX160301**
ASX160361**
ASX160421**
ASX160481**
ASX160601**
ASX160181F*
ASX160241F*
ASX160301F*
ASX160361F*
ASX160421F*
ASX160481F*
ASX160601F*
ASX160611F*
ASX160611F*
Outdoor Unit
WARNING
SIGNIFIES UNIT REVISION.
CORRECT PISTON IS SUPPLIED WITH THE OUTDOOR UNIT.
GSX160181F*
GSX160241F*
GSX160301F*
GSX160361F*
GSX160421F*
GSX160481F*
GSX160601F*
GSX160181F*
GSX160241F*
GSX160301F*
GSX160361F*
GSX160421F*
GSX160481F*
GSX160601F*
GSX160611F*
GSX160611F*
SSX160241B*
SSX160301A*
SSX160361(A,B)*
SSX160421A*
SSX160481(A,B)*
SSX160591A*
SSX160601(A,B)*
DSXC160241A*
DSXC160361A*
DSXC160481(A,B)*
DSXC160601(A,B)*
DSXC180361A*
DSXC180481A*
DSXC180601A*
PISTON KIT CHART
SERVICING
(*)
(1)
SIGNIFIES UNIT REVISION.
CORRECT PISTON IS SUPPLIED WITH THE OUTDOOR UNIT.
ANZ130361A*
GSZ130361
ANZ130301A*
ASZ130181A*
ASZ130181A*
ANZ130181A*
ASZ130241(A,B)*
ANZ130241A*
ASZ130301A*
(3)
(2)
WGHP4336AA*
WGHP4330AA*
WGHP4324AA
WGHP4318AA*
2
2
1
2
2
1
B1789871
B1789870
B1789868
B1789871
B1789870
B1789868
0.071
0.070
0.071
0.070
0.068
0.071
0.070
0.068
ARUF36C
AR*F3636
All Other AHRI Matches
ARUF36C
AR*F3636
All Other AHRI Matches
B1789871
B1789870
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
ARUF36C
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
B1789851
B1789851
B1789857
B1789857
B1789865
B1789865
B1789865
0.051
0.051
0.057
0.057
0.065
0.065
0.065
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
All AHRI Matches
CORRECT PISTON IS SUPPLIED IN THE HIGHEST SALES VOLUME TESTED COMBINATION INDOOR
UNIT. FOR ALL OTHER INDOOR COMBINATIONS, PISTON MUST BE PURCHASED FROM DISTRIBUTOR.
TXV MUST BE PURCHASED SEPARATELY.
WHP43361A*
WHP43301A*
WHP43241A
WHP4318AA*
B1789855
B1789859
B1789861
B1789865
B1789874
B1789874
B1789871
B1789884
B1789876
B1789888
B1789882
B1789888
B1789882
B1789882
B1789888
B1789882
B1789893
B1789890
B1789893
B1789890
B1789893
B1789890
B1789849
Piston Kit
Note
P/N
0.055
0.059
0.061
0.065
0.074
0.074
0.071
0.084
0.076
0.088
0.082
0.088
0.082
0.082
0.088
0.082
0.093
0.090
0.093
0.090
0.093
0.090
0.049
Indoor Piston
Size
AHRI Matches
AHRI Matches
AHRI Matches
AHRI Matches
AHRI Matches
AHRI Matches
AHRI Matches
AHRI Matches
AHRI Matches
AHRI Matches
AHRI Matches
AHRI Matches
AHRI Matches
AHRI Matches
AHRI Matches
AHRI Matches
AHRI Matches
AHRI Matches
AHRI Matches
AHRI Matches
AHRI Matches
AHRI Matches
AHRI Matches
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Indoor Unit
IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT INDOOR AND OUTDOOR UNITS BE PROPERLY MATCHED. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS OR TO
PROPERLY MATCH EVAPORATORS AND CONDENSERS CAN RESULT IN UNIT DAMAGE, PROPERTY DAMAGE AND /OR PERSONAL INJURY .
NO WARRANTY CLAIM WILL BE HONORED FOR MIX-MATCHED SYSTEMS THAT FAIL TO ADHERE TO THE SPECIFIED PISTON SIZE.
ASZ130361A*
VSZ130361B*
VSZ130301A*
VSZ130301AD
VSZ130241B*
VSZ130181A*
VSZ130181A*
Outdoor Unit
WARNING
GSZ130361A*
GSZ130361B*
GSC130181(B,D,F,G)*
GSC130241(D,E)*
GSC130241F*
GSC130301E*
GSC130361(A*-F*/G*)
GSC130363(A*, BA, BB)
GSC130363B*
GSC130423(BA, BB)
GSC130421C*
GSC130481B*
GSC130481C*
GSC130483B*
GSC130483C*
GSC130484A*
GSC130484(BA, BB)
GSC130484B*
GSC130601C*
GSC130601D*
GSC130603B*
GSC130603C
GSC130604
GSC130604B*
GSZ130181A*
GSZ130181A*
GSZ130181
GSZ130241(A,B)*
GSZ130241
GSZ130301A*
GSZ130301AE
GSZ130301
PISTON KIT CHART
SERVICING
151
152
VSZ130601A*
GSZ130601A*
(*)
(1)
ANZ130601A*
ASZ130601A*
ASZ130421A*
ASZ130421A*
ANZ130421A*
ASZ130481A*
ANZ130481A*
Outdoor Unit
WARNING
SIGNIFIES UNIT REVISION.
CORRECT PISTON IS SUPPLIED WITH THE OUTDOOR UNIT.
GSH130181(B,C)*
GSH130241(B,C)*
GSH130301(B,C)*
GSH130361(A, B)*
GSH130361(CA/CB)
GSH130361C*
GSH130363(AA-AE)
GSH130363A*
GSH130421A*
GSH130421B*
GSH130481(A, B)*
GSH130483(A, B)*
GSH130484A*
GSH130601A*
GSH130603A*
GSH130604A*
GSZ130604A*
GSZ130603A*
GSZ130601
VSZ130481A*
VSZ130421A*
VSZ130421A*
GSZ130421A*
GSZ130421A*
GSZ130421
GSZ130481A*
GSZ130481
GSZ130483A*
GSZ130484A*
GSZ130363A*
PISTON KIT CHART
(3)
(2)
WGHP4360AA*
WGHP4348AA*
WGHP4342AA*
ASUF49
CHPF4860D6D*
All Other AHRI Matches
ASUF49
CHPF4860D6D*
All Other AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
CHPF4860D6D*
All Other AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
0.070
0.068
0.074
0.072
0.072
0.078
0.078
0.078
0.078
0.086
0.088
0.088
0.082
0.086
0.088
0.082
0.086
0.088
0.055
0.061
0.070
0.073
0.073
0.071
0.073
0.071
0.082
0.080
0.084
0.084
0.084
0.093
0.093
0.093
Indoor Piston
Size
B1789870
B1789868
B1789874
B1789872
B1789872
B1789878
B1789878
B1789878
B1789878
B1789886
B1789888
B178988
B1789882
B1789886
B1789888
B1789882
B1789886
B1789888
B1789855
B1789861
B1789870
B1789873
B1789873
B1789871
B1789873
B1789871
B1789882
B1789880
B1789884
B1789884
B1789884
B1789893
B1789893
B1789893
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
Piston Kit
Note
P/N
CORRECT PISTON IS SUPPLIED IN THE HIGHEST SALES VOLUME TESTED COMBINATION INDOOR
UNIT. FOR ALL OTHER INDOOR COMBINATIONS, PISTON MUST BE PURCHASED FROM DISTRIBUTOR.
TXV MUST BE PURCHASED SEPARATELY.
WHP43601A*
WHP43481A*
WHP43421A*
AR*F3636
All Other AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
Indoor Unit
IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT INDOOR AND OUTDOOR UNITS BE PROPERLY MATCHED. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS OR TO
PROPERLY MATCH EVAPORATORS AND CONDENSERS CAN RESULT IN UNIT DAMAGE , PROPERTY DAMAGE AND /OR PERSONAL INJURY .
NO WARRANTY CLAIM WILL BE HONORED FOR MIX-MATCHED SYSTEMS THAT FAIL TO ADHERE TO THE SPECIFIED PISTON SIZE.
SERVICING
(*)
(1)
ASZ160241(A,K)*
ASZ160361(A,K)*
ASZ160481(A,K)*
ASZ160601(A,K)*
ASZC160241A*
ASZC160361A*
ASZC160481A*
ASZC160601(A,B)*
ASZC180361A*
ASZC180481A*
ASZC180601(A,B)*
ASZ140381A*
SIGNIFIES UNIT REVISION.
CORRECT PISTON IS SUPPLIED WITH THE OUTDOOR UNIT.
SSZ140361(A,B)*
SSZ140381A*
SSZ140381A*
SSZ140421A*
SSZ140481A*
SSZ140601A*
SSZ160241A*
SSZ160361A*
SSZ160481A*
SSZ160601(A,B)*
DSZC160241A*
DSZC160361A*
DSZC160481A*
DSZC160601(A,B)*
DSZC180361A*
DSZC180481A*
DSZC180601(A,B)*
SSZ140301A*
SSZ140241A*
SSZ140181A*
(3)
(2)
0.065
TXV only
0.071
0.070
TXV only
0.076
0.082
0.088
AWUF 31 & 32
All Other AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
TXV only
TXV only
TXV only
TXV only
TXV only
TXV only
TXV only
TXV only
TXV only
TXV only
TXV only
0.051
TXV only
0.057
TXV only
AWUF31
All AHRI Matches
AWUF 31 & 32
All Other AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
0.088
TXV only
ASUF59
All AHRI Matches
0.065
0.065
TXV only
AWUF31 & 32
ARUF30B14
All AHRI Matches
0.071
0.076
0.080
0.088
TXV only
TXV only
TXV only
0.057
TXV only
AWUF31 & 32
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
0.051
0.052
TXV only
AWUF31
ARUF30B14
All AHRI Matches
TX2N4A
TX3N4
TX5N4
TX5N4
TX3N4
TX5N4
TX5N4
TX2N4A
TX3N4
TX5N4
TX5N4
B1789865
TX3N4
B1789871
B178970
TX3N4
B1789876
B1789882
B1789888
B1789851
TX2N4A
B1789857
TX2N4A
B1789888
TX5N4
B1789871
B1789876
B1789880
B1789888
TX3N4
TX5N4
TX5N4
B1789865
B1789865
TX3N4
B1789857
TX2N4A
B1789851
B1789852
TX2N4A
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
3
2
1
3
2
2
2
2
3
2
3
2
3
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
2
2
3
2
3
2
2
3
Piston Kit
Note
P/N
CORRECT PISTON IS SUPPLIED IN THE HIGHEST SALES VOLUME TESTED COMBINATION INDOOR
UNIT. FOR ALL OTHER INDOOR COMBINATIONS, PISTON MUST BE PURCHASED FROM DISTRIBUTOR.
TXV MUST BE PURCHASED SEPARATELY.
WGHP4624AA*
WGHP4636AA*
WGHP4648AA*
WGHP4660AB*
WGHP4836AA*
WGHP4848AA*
WGHP4860AB*
WGHP4460AA*
WGHP4430AA*
ASZ140601A*
WHP4436A(A,B)*
WHP4442AA*
WHP4448AA*
WHP4460AA*
WHP4430AA*
WGHP4424AA*
WGHP4418AA*
WGHP4436A(A,B)*
WGHP4442AA*
WGHP4448AA*
ASZ140301A*
GSZ140301A*
WHP4424AA*
WHP4418AA*
Indoor Piston
Size
Indoor Unit
IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT INDOOR AND OUTDOOR UNITS BE PROPERLY MATCHED. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS OR TO
PROPERLY MATCH EVAPORATORS AND CONDENSERS CAN RESULT IN UNIT DAMAGE, PROPERTY DAMAGE AND /OR PERSONAL INJURY .
NO WARRANTY CLAIM WILL BE HONORED FOR MIX-MATCHED SYSTEMS THAT FAIL TO ADHERE TO THE SPECIFIED PISTON SIZE.
ASZ140361(A,B)*
ASZ140421A*
ASZ140481A*
ASZ140241A*
GSZ140241A*
GSZ140361A*
GSZ140421A*
GSZ140481A*
GSZ140601A*
ASZ140181A*
Outdoor Unit
WARNING
GSZ140181A*
PISTON KIT CHART
SERVICING
153
154
(*)
(1)
Outdoor Unit
WARNING
SIGNIFIES UNIT REVISION.
CORRECT PISTON IS SUPPLIED WITH THE OUTDOOR UNIT.
CKL36-1P*
CKL49-1P*
CKL60-1P*
CK60-3P*
CKF36-2P*
CKF36-5P*
CKF48-5P*
CKF60-5P*
CPKF36-2P*
CPKF36-5P*
CPKF48-5P*
CPKF60-5N*
CPKF60-5P*
CPKF61-5N*
CPKF61-5P*
PISTON KIT CHART
(3)
(2)
0.071
0.080
0.093
0.093
0.068
0.068
0.080
0.093
0.073
0.073
0.084
0.093
0.093
0.093
0.093
Indoor Piston
Size
B1789871
B1789880
B1789893
B1789893
B1789868
B1789868
B1789880
B1789893
B1789873
B1789873
B1789884
B1789893
B1789893
B1789893
B1789893
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Piston Kit
Note
P/N
CORRECT PISTON IS SUPPLIED IN THE HIGHEST SALES VOLUME TESTED COMBINATION INDOOR
UNIT. FOR ALL OTHER INDOOR COMBINATIONS, PISTON MUST BE PURCHASED FROM DISTRIBUTOR.
TXV MUST BE PURCHASED SEPARATELY.
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
All AHRI Matches
Indoor Unit
IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT INDOOR AND OUTDOOR UNITS BE PROPERLY MATCHED. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS OR TO
PROPERLY MATCH EVAPORATORS AND CONDENSERS CAN RESULT IN UNIT DAMAGE, PROPERTY DAMAGE AND /OR PERSONAL INJURY .
NO WARRANTY CLAIM WILL BE HONORED FOR MIX-MATCHED SYSTEMS THAT FAIL TO ADHERE TO THE SPECIFIED PISTON SIZE.
SERVICING
SERVICING
S-105B THERMOSTATIC EXPANSION VALVE
S-107 UNDERFEEDING
The expansion valve is designed to control the rate of liquid
refrigerant flow into an evaporator coil in exact proportion to
the rate of evaporation of the refrigerant in the coil. The
amount of refrigerant entering the coil is regulated since the
valve responds to temperature of the refrigerant gas leaving
the coil (feeler bulb contact) and the pressure of the refrigerant
in the coil. This regulation of the flow prevents the return of
liquid refrigerant to the compressor.
Underfeeding by the expansion valve results in low system
capacity and low suction pressures.
The illustration below shows typical heatpump TXV/check
valve operation in the heating and cooling modes.
COOLING
HEATING
TXV VALVES
Some TXV valves contain an internal check valve thus
eliminating the need for an external check valve and bypass
loop. The three forces which govern the operation of the valve
are: (1) the pressure created in the power assembly by the
feeler bulb, (2) evaporator pressure, and (3) the equivalent
pressure of the superheat spring in the valve.
0% bleed type expansion valves are used on indoor and
outdoor coils. The 0% bleed valve will not allow the system
pressures (High and Low side) to equalize during the shut
down period. The valve will shut off completely at approximately 100 PSIG.
30% bleed valves used on some other models will continue
to allow some equalization even though the valve has shut-off
completely because of the bleed holes within the valve. This
type of valve should not be used as a replacement for a 0%
bleed valve, due to the resulting drop in performance.
The bulb must be securely fastened with two straps to a clean
straight section of the suction line. Application of the bulb to
a horizontal run of line is preferred. If a vertical installation
cannot be avoided, the bulb must be mounted so that the
capillary tubing comes out at the top.
THE VALVES PROVIDED BY GOODMAN ARE DESIGNED
TO MEET THE SPECIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR
OPTIMUM PRODUCT OPERATION. DO NOT USE SUBSTITUTES.
S-106 OVERFEEDING
Overfeeding by the expansion valve results in high suction
pressure, cold suction line, and possible liquid slugging of the
compressor.
If these symptoms are observed:
1. Check for an overcharged unit by referring to the cooling
performance charts in the servicing section.
2. Check the operation of the power element in the valve as
explained in S-110 Checking Expansion Valve Operation.
3. Check for restricted or plugged equalizer tube.
If these symptoms are observed:
1. Check for a restricted liquid line or drier. A restriction will
be indicated by a temperature drop across the drier.
2. Check the operation of the power element of the valve as
described in S-110 Checking Expansion Valve Operation.
S-108 SUPERHEAT
The expansion valves are factory adjusted to maintain 8 to 12
degrees superheat of the suction gas. Before checking the
superheat or replacing the valve, perform all the procedures
outlined under Air Flow, Refrigerant Charge, Expansion Valve
- Overfeeding, Underfeeding. These are the most common
causes for evaporator malfunction.
CHECKING SUPERHEAT
Refrigerant gas is considered superheated when its temperature is higher than the saturation temperature corresponding
to its pressure. The degree of superheat equals the degrees
of temperature increase above the saturation temperature at
existing pressure. See Temperature - Pressure Chart on
following pages.
CAUTION
To prevent personal injury, carefully connect and
disconnect manifold gauge hoses. Escaping liquid
refrigerant can cause burns. Do not vent refrigerant
to atmosphere. Recover during system repair
or final unit disposal.
1. Run system at least 10 minutes to allow pressure to
stabilize.
2. For best results, temporarily install a thermometer on the
liquid line at the liquid line service valve and 4-6" from the
compressor on the suction line. Ensure the thermometer
makes adequate contact and is insulated for best possible readings. Use liquid line temperature to determine
sub-cooling and vapor temperature to determine superheat.
NOTE: An optional method is to locate the thermometer
at the suction line service valve. Ensure the thermometer
makes adequate contact and is insulated for best
possible readings.
3. Refer to the superheat table provided for proper system
superheat. Add charge to lower superheat or recover
charge to raise superheat.
Superheat Formula = Suct. Line Temp. - Sat. Suct. Temp.
EXAMPLE:
a. Suction Pressure = 143
b. Corresponding Temp. °F. = 50
c. Thermometer on Suction Line = 61°F.
155
SERVICING
Pressure vs. Temperature Chart
R-410A
PSIG
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
52
54
56
58
60
62
64
66
68
70
72
74
76
78
80
82
84
86
88
90
92
94
96
98
100
102
104
106
108
110
112
°F
-37.7
-34.7
-32.0
-29.4
-36.9
-24.5
-22.2
-20.0
-17.9
-15.8
-13.8
-11.9
-10.1
-8.3
-6.5
-4.5
-3.2
-1.6
0.0
1.5
3.0
4.5
5.9
7.3
8.6
10.0
11.3
12.6
13.8
15.1
16.3
17.5
18.7
19.8
21.0
22.1
23.2
24.3
25.4
26.4
27.4
28.5
29.5
30.5
31.2
32.2
33.2
34.1
35.1
35.5
36.9
PSIG
114.0
116.0
118.0
120.0
122.0
124.0
126.0
128.0
130.0
132.0
134.0
136.0
138.0
140.0
142.0
144.0
146.0
148.0
150.0
152.0
154.0
156.0
158.0
160.0
162.0
164.0
166.0
168.0
170.0
172.0
174.0
176.0
178.0
180.0
182.0
184.0
186.0
188.0
190.0
192.0
194.0
196.0
198.0
200.0
202.0
204.0
206.0
208.0
210.0
212.0
214.0
°F
37.8
38.7
39.5
40.5
41.3
42.2
43.0
43.8
44.7
45.5
46.3
47.1
47.9
48.7
49.5
50.3
51.1
51.8
52.5
53.3
54.0
54.8
55.5
56.2
57.0
57.7
58.4
59.0
59.8
60.5
61.1
61.8
62.5
63.1
63.8
64.5
65.1
65.8
66.4
67.0
67.7
68.3
68.9
69.5
70.1
70.7
71.4
72.0
72.6
73.2
73.8
*Based on ALLIED SIGNAL Data
156
PSIG
216.0
218.0
220.0
222.0
224.0
226.0
228.0
230.0
232.0
234.0
236.0
238.0
240.0
242.0
244.0
246.0
248.0
250.0
252.0
254.0
256.0
258.0
260.0
262.0
264.0
266.0
268.0
270.0
272.0
274.0
276.0
278.0
280.0
282.0
284.0
286.0
288.0
290.0
292.0
294.0
296.0
298.0
300.0
302.0
304.0
306.0
308.0
310.0
312.0
314.0
316.0
°F
74.3
74.9
75.5
76.1
76.7
77.2
77.8
78.4
78.9
79.5
80.0
80.6
81.1
81.6
82.2
82.7
83.3
83.8
84.3
84.8
85.4
85.9
86.4
86.9
87.4
87.9
88.4
88.9
89.4
89.9
90.4
90.9
91.4
91.9
92.4
92.8
93.3
93.8
94.3
94.8
95.2
95.7
96.2
96.6
97.1
97.5
98.0
98.4
98.9
99.3
99.7
PSIG
318.0
320.0
322.0
324.0
326.0
328.0
330.0
332.0
334.0
336.0
338.0
340.0
342.0
344.0
346.0
348.0
350.0
352.0
354.0
356.0
358.0
360.0
362.0
364.0
366.0
368.0
370.0
372.0
374.0
376.0
378.0
380.0
382.0
384.0
386.0
388.0
390.0
392.0
394.0
396.0
398.0
400.0
402.0
404.0
406.0
408.0
410.0
412.0
414.0
416.0
418.0
°F
100.2
100.7
101.1
101.6
102.0
102.4
102.9
103.3
103.7
104.2
104.6
105.1
105.4
105.8
106.3
106.6
107.1
107.5
107.9
108.3
108.8
109.2
109.6
110.0
110.4
110.8
111.2
111.6
112.0
112.4
112.6
113.1
113.5
113.9
114.3
114.7
115.0
115.5
115.8
116.2
116.6
117.0
117.3
117.7
118.1
118.5
118.8
119.2
119.6
119.9
120.3
PSIG
420.0
422.0
424.0
426.0
428.0
430.0
432.0
434.0
436.0
438.0
440.0
442.0
444.0
446.0
448.0
450.0
452.0
454.0
456.0
458.0
460.0
462.0
464.0
466.0
468.0
470.0
472.0
474.0
476.0
478.0
480.0
482.0
484.0
486.0
488.0
490.0
492.0
494.0
496.0
498.0
500.0
502.0
504.0
506.0
508.0
510.0
512.0
514.0
516.0
518.0
520.0
°F
120.7
121.0
121.4
121.7
122.1
122.5
122.8
123.2
123.5
123.9
124.2
124.6
124.9
125.3
125.6
126.0
126.3
126.6
127.0
127.3
127.7
128.0
128.3
128.7
129.0
129.3
129.7
130.0
130.3
130.7
131.0
131.3
131.6
132.0
132.3
132.6
132.9
133.3
133.6
133.9
134.0
134.5
134.8
135.2
135.5
135.8
136.1
136.4
136.7
137.0
137.3
PSIG
522.0
524.0
526.0
528.0
530.0
532.0
534.0
536.0
538.0
540.0
544.0
548.0
552.0
556.0
560.0
564.0
568.0
572.0
576.0
580.0
584.0
588.0
592.0
596.0
600.0
604.0
608.0
612.0
616.0
620.0
624.0
628.0
632.0
636.0
640.0
644.0
648.0
652.0
656.0
660.0
664.0
668.0
672.0
676.0
680.0
684.0
688.0
692.0
696.0
°F
137.6
137.9
138.3
138.6
138.9
139.2
139.5
139.8
140.1
140.4
141.0
141.6
142.1
142.7
143.3
143.9
144.5
145.0
145.6
146.2
146.7
147.3
147.9
148.4
149.0
149.5
150.1
150.6
151.2
151.7
152.3
152.8
153.4
153.9
154.5
155.0
155.5
156.1
156.6
157.1
157.7
158.2
158.7
159.2
159.8
160.3
160.8
161.3
161.8
SERVICING
REQUIRED LIQUID LINE TEMPERATURE
LIQUID PRESSURE
AT SERVICE VALVE (PSIG)
189
195
202
208
215
222
229
236
243
251
259
266
274
283
291
299
308
317
326
335
345
354
364
374
384
395
406
416
427
439
450
462
474
486
499
511
8
58
60
62
64
66
68
70
72
74
76
78
80
82
84
86
88
90
92
94
96
98
100
102
104
106
108
110
112
114
116
118
120
122
124
126
128
REQUIRED SUBCOOLING TEMPERATURE (°F)
10
12
14
16
56
54
52
50
58
56
54
52
60
58
56
54
62
60
58
56
64
62
60
58
66
64
62
60
68
66
64
62
70
68
66
64
72
70
68
66
74
72
70
68
76
74
72
70
78
76
74
72
80
78
76
74
82
80
78
76
84
82
80
78
86
84
82
80
88
86
84
82
90
88
86
84
92
90
88
86
94
92
90
88
96
94
92
90
98
96
94
92
100
98
96
94
102
100
98
96
104
102
100
98
106
104
102
100
108
106
104
102
110
108
106
104
112
110
108
106
114
112
110
108
116
114
112
110
118
116
114
112
120
118
116
114
122
120
118
116
124
122
120
118
126
124
122
120
18
48
50
52
54
56
58
60
62
64
66
68
70
72
74
76
78
80
82
84
86
88
90
92
94
96
98
100
102
104
106
108
110
112
114
116
118
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To obtain the degrees temperature of superheat, subtract
50.0 from 61.0°F.
The difference is 11° Superheat. The 11° Superheat would fall
in the ± range of allowable superheat.
SUPERHEAT AND SUBCOOLING ADJUSTMENT ON TXV
APPLICATIONS
NOTE: Units mached with indoor coils equipped with
nonadjustable TXV should be charged by subcooling only.
1. Run system at least 10 minutes to allow pressure to
stabilize.
2. For best results, temporarily install a thermometer on the
liquid line at the liquid line service valve and 4-6" from the
compressor on the suction line. Ensure the thermometer
makes adequate contact and is insulated for best possible readings. Use liquid line temperature to determine
sub-cooling and vapor temperature to determine superheat.
NOTE: An optional method is to locate the thermometer
at the suction line service valve. Ensure the thermometer
makes adequate contact and is insulated for best possible readings.
3. Check subcooling and superheat. Systems with TXV
application should have a subcooling of 7 to 9 ºF and
superheat of 7 to 9 ºF.
a.
If subcooling and superheat are low, adjust TXV
to 7 to 9 ºF superheat, then check subcooling.
NOTE: To adjust superheat, turn the valve stem
clockwise to increase and counter clockwise to
decrease.
b.
If subcooling is low and superheat is high, add
charge to raise subcooling to 7 to 9 ºF then check
superheat.
c.
If subcooling and superheat are high, adjust TXV
valve to 7 to 9 ºF superheat, then check subcooling.
d.
If subcooling is high and superheat is low, adjust
TXV valve to 7 to 9 ºF superheat and remove
charge to lower the subcooling to 7 to 9 ºF.
The TXV should NOT be adjusted at light load conditions
55º to 60ºF, under such conditions only the subcooling
can be evaluated. This is because suction pressure is
dependent on the indoor coil match, indoor airflow, and
wet bulb temperature. NOTE: Do NOT adjust charge
based on suction pressure unless there is a gross
undercharge.
4. Disconnect manifold set. Installation is complete.
S-109 CHECKING SUBCOOLING
Refrigerant liquid is considered subcooled when its temperature is
lower than the saturation temperature corresponding to its pressure.
The degree of subcooling equals the degrees of temperature
decrease below the saturation temperature at the existing pressure.
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1. Attach an accurate thermometer or preferably a thermocouple type temperature tester to the liquid line as it
leaves the condensing unit.
2. Install a high side pressure gauge on the high side (liquid)
service valve at the front of the unit.
3. Record the gauge pressure and the temperature of the
line.
4. Review the technical information manual or specification
sheet for the model being serviced to obtain the design
subcooling.
5. Compare the hi-pressure reading to the "Required Liquid
Line Temperature" chart (page 108). Find the hi-pressure value on the left column. Follow that line right to the
column under the design subcooling value. Where the
two intersect is the required liquid line temperature.
Alternately you can convert the liquid line pressure gauge
reading to temperature by finding the gauge reading in
Temperature - Pressure Chart and reading to the left, find
the temperature in the °F. Column.
6. The difference between the thermometer reading and
pressure to temperature conversion is the amount of
subcooling.
Add charge to raise subcooling. Recover charge to lower
subcooling.
Subcooling Formula = Sat. Liquid Temp. - Liquid Line
Temp.
EXAMPLE:
a. Liquid Line Pressure = 417
b. Corresponding Temp. °F. = 120°
c. Thermometer on Liquid line = 109°F.
To obtain the amount of subcooling subtract 109°F from
120°F.
The difference is 11° subcooling. See the specification sheet
or technical information manual for the design subcooling
range for your unit.
S-109A TWO SPEED APPLICATION
Run the remote on low stage cooling for 10 minutes until
refrigerant pressures stabilize. Follow the guidelines and
methods below to check unit operation and ensure that the
refrigerant charge is within limits. Charge the unit on low
stage.
1. Purge gauge lines. Connect service gauge manifold to
base-valve service ports. Run system at least 10 minutes
to allow pressure to stabilize.
2. For best results, temporarily install a thermometer on the
liquid line at the liquid line service valve and 4-6" from the
compressor on the suction line. Ensure the thermometer
makes adequate contact and is insulated for best
possible readings. Use liquid line temperature to determine sub-cooling and vapor temperature to determine
superheat.
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NOTE: An optional method is to locate the thermometer at
the suction line service valve. Ensure the thermometer
makes adequate contact and is insulated for best possible
readings.
3. Check subcooling and superheat. Systems with TXV
application should have a subcooling of 7 to 9 ºF and
superheat of 7 to 9 ºF.
a.
If subcooling and superheat are low, adjust TXV
to 7 to 9 ºF superheat, then check subcooling.
NOTE: To adjust superheat, turn the valve stem
clockwise to increase and counter clockwise to
decrease.
b.
the cooling load on the indoor coil increases, causing the low
side pressure to rise, but at a slower rate.
Since the high side pressure rises faster when the temperature increases, more refrigerant flows to the evaporator,
increasing the cooling capacity of the system.
When the outdoor temperature falls, the reverse takes place.
The condensing pressure falls, and the cooling loads on the
indoor coil decreases, causing less refrigerant flow.
A strainer is placed on the entering side of the tube to prevent
any foreign material from becoming lodged inside the fixed
orifice restriction device.
If a restriction should become evident, proceed as follows:
If subcooling is low and superheat is high, add
charge to raise subcooling to 7 to 9 ºF then check
superheat.
1. Recover refrigerant charge.
If subcooling and superheat are high, adjust TXV
valve to 7 to 9 ºF superheat, then check subcooling.
3. Replace liquid line drier, evacuate and recharge.
CHECKING EQUALIZATION TIME
If subcooling is high and superheat is low, adjust
TXV valve to 7 to 9 ºF superheat and remove
charge to lower the subcooling to 7 to 9 ºF.
During the "OFF" cycle, the high side pressure bleeds to the
low side through the fixed orifice restriction device. Check
equalization time as follows:
NOTE: Do NOT adjust the charge based on suction
pressure unless there is a gross undercharge.
1. Attach a gauge manifold to the suction and liquid line dill
valves.
c.
d.
4. Disconnect manifold set, installation is complete.
Subcooling Formula = Sat. Liquid Temp. - Liquid Line Temp.
S-110 CHECKING EXPANSION VALVE OPERATION
1. Remove the remote bulb of the expansion valve from the
suction line.
2. Start the system and cool the bulb in a container of ice
water, closing the valve. As you cool the bulb, the suction
pressure should fall and the suction temperature will rise.
3. Next warm the bulb in your hand. As you warm the bulb,
the suction pressure should rise and the suction temperature will fall.
4. If a temperature or pressure change is noticed, the
expansion valve is operating. If no change is noticed, the
valve is restricted, the power element is faulty, or the
equalizer tube is plugged.
5. Capture the charge, replace the valve and drier, evacuate
and recharge.
S-111 FIXED ORIFICE RESTRICTOR DEVICES
The fixed orifice restrictor device (flowrator) used in conjunction with the indoor coil is a predetermined bore (I.D.).
It is designed to control the rate of liquid refrigerant flow into
an evaporator coil.
The amount of refrigerant that flows through the fixed orifice
restrictor device is regulated by the pressure difference
between the high and low sides of the system.
In the cooling cycle when the outdoor air temperature rises,
the high side condensing pressure rises. At the same time,
2. Remove the orifice or tube strainer assembly and replace.
2. Start the system and allow the pressures to stabilize.
3. Stop the system and check the time it takes for the high
and low pressure gauge readings to equalize.
If it takes more than seven (7) minutes to equalize, the
restrictor device is inoperative. Replace, install a liquid line
drier, evacuate and recharge.
S-112 CHECKING RESTRICTED LIQUID LINE
When the system is operating, the liquid line is warm to the
touch. If the liquid line is restricted, a definite temperature
drop will be noticed at the point of restriction. In severe
cases, frost will form at the restriction and extend down the
line in the direction of the flow.
Discharge and suction pressures will be low, giving the
appearance of an undercharged unit. However, the unit will
have normal to high subcooling.
Locate the restriction, replace the restricted part, replace
drier, evacuate and recharge.
S-113 OVERCHARGE OF REFRIGERANT
An overcharge of refrigerant is normally indicated by an
excessively high head pressure.
An evaporator coil, using an expansion valve metering device,
will basically modulate and control a flooded evaporator and
prevent liquid return to the compressor.
An evaporator coil, using a capillary tube metering device,
could allow refrigerant to return to the compressor under
extreme overcharge conditions. Also with a capillary tube
metering device, extreme cases of insufficient indoor air can
cause icing of the indoor coil and liquid return to the
compressor, but the head pressure would be lower.
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There are other causes for high head pressure which may be
found in the "Service Problem Analysis Guide."
If other causes check out normal, an overcharge or a system
containing non-condensables would be indicated.
If this system is observed:
1. Start the system.
2. Remove and capture small quantities of gas from the
suction line dill valve until the head pressure is reduced
to normal.
3. Observe the system while running a cooling performance
test. If a shortage of refrigerant is indicated, then the
system contains non-condensables.
S-114 NON-CONDENSABLES
If non-condensables are suspected, shut down the system
and allow the pressures to equalize. Wait at least 15
minutes. Compare the pressure to the temperature of the
coldest coil since this is where most of the refrigerant will be.
If the pressure indicates a higher temperature than that of the
coil temperature, non-condensables are present.
Suction Line Drier Clean-Up Method
The POE oils used with R410A refrigerant is an excellent
solvent. In the case of a burnout, the POE oils will remove any
burnout residue left in the system. If not captured by the
refrigerant filter, they will collect in the compressor or other
system components, causing a failure of the replacement
compressor and/or spread contaminants throughout the
system, damaging additional components.
Install a field supplied suction line drier. This drier should be
installed as close to the compressor suction fitting as
possible. The filter must be accessible and be rechecked for
pressure drop after the system has operated for a time. It may
be necessary to use new tubing and form as required.
NOTE: At least twelve (12) inches of the suction line
immediately out of the compressor stub must be discarded
due to burned residue and contaminates.
1. Remove compressor discharge line strainer.
2. Remove the liquid line drier and expansion valve.
3 Purge all remaining components with dry nitrogen or
carbon dioxide until clean.
Non-condensables are removed from the system by first
removing the refrigerant charge, replacing and/or installing
liquid line drier, evacuating and recharging.
4. Install new components including liquid line drier.
S-115 COMPRESSOR BURNOUT
6. Start up the unit and record the pressure drop across the
drier.
When a compressor burns out, high temperature develops
causing the refrigerant, oil and motor insulation to decompose forming acids and sludge.
If a compressor is suspected of being burned-out, attach a
refrigerant hose to the liquid line dill valve and properly remove
and dispose of the refrigerant.
NOTICE
Violation of EPA regulations may result in fines
or other penalties.
5. Braze all joints, leak test, evacuate, and recharge system.
7. Continue to run the system for a minimum of twelve (12)
hours and recheck the pressure drop across the drier.
Pressure drop should not exceed 6 PSIG.
8. Continue to run the system for several days, repeatedly
checking pressure drop across the suction line drier. If
the pressure drop never exceeds the 6 PSIG, the drier has
trapped the contaminants. Remove the suction line drier
from the system.
9. If the pressure drop becomes greater, then it must be
replaced and steps 5 through 9 repeated until it does not
exceed 6 PSIG.
Now determine if a burn out has actually occurred. Confirm
by analyzing an oil sample using a Sporlan Acid Test Kit, AK3 or its equivalent.
NOTICE: Regardless, the cause for burnout must be determined and corrected before the new compressor is started.
Remove the compressor and obtain an oil sample from the
suction stub. If the oil is not acidic, either a burnout has not
occurred or the burnout is so mild that a complete clean-up
is not necessary.
S-120 REFRIGERANT PIPING
If acid level is unacceptable, the system must be cleaned by
using the clean-up drier method.
CAUTION
Do not allow the sludge or oil to contact the skin.
Severe burns may result.
NOTE: The Flushing Method using R-11 refrigerant is no
longer approved by Amana® Brand Heating-Cooling.
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The piping of a refrigeration system is very important in
relation to system capacity, proper oil return to compressor,
pumping rate of compressor and cooling performance of the
evaporator.
POE oils maintain a consistent viscosity over a large temperature range which aids in the oil return to the compressor;
however, there will be some installations which require oil
return traps. These installations should be avoided whenever
possible, as adding oil traps to the refrigerant lines also
increases the opportunity for debris and moisture to be
introduced into the system. Avoid long running traps in
horizontal suction line.
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LONG LINE SET APPLICATION R-410A
This long line set application guideline applies to all AHRI listed R-410A air conditioner and heat pump split system
matches of nominal capacity 18,000 to 60,000 Btuh. This guideline will cover installation requirements and additional
accessories needed for split system installations where the line set exceeds 80 feet in actual length. The long line sets can
have three different configurations (1) Outdoor unit and Indoor unit are at the same level, (2) Outdoor unit is above the Indoor
unit coil, (3) Outdoor unit is below the Indoor unit.
This guideline is meant to provide installation instructions based on most common long line set applications. Installation
variables may affect the system operation.
SECTION 1. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL LONG LINE SET APPLICATIONS
1.
Equivalent length must be used to determine acceptability of any long line set application. See Section 5 for equivalent
length calculations.
2.
For any residential split system installed with a long line set, 3/8” liquid line size must be used.
Limiting the liquid line size to 3/8” is critical since an increased refrigerant charge level from having a larger liquid line
could possibly shorten a compressor’s life-span.
a. Exceptions for air conditioning (cooling only) applications, 1/4" liquid line may be used in:
i.
1.5 ton applications for up to 100 equivalent feet with maximum 40’ vertical lift
ii.
2.0 ton applications for up to 75 equivalent feet with maximum 20’ vertical lift
b. Exceptions for air conditioning (cooling only) applications, 5/16" liquid line may be used in:
i.
1.5 ton applications for up to 250 equivalent feet with maximum 60’ vertical lift
ii.
2.0 ton applications for up to 200 equivalent feet with maximum 40’ vertical lift
iii.
2.5 ton applications for up to 175 equivalent feet with maximum 30’ vertical lift
3.
Most refrigerant tubing kits are supplied with 3/8” thick insulation on the suction line. For long line installations over 80
feet, if the line set passes through a high ambient temperature zone, 1/2” thick suction line insulation is required to
reduce loss of capacity. The liquid line must be insulated if more than 50 feet of liquid line will pass through an area that
might reach temperatures of 30°F or higher than outdoor ambient. Never attach a liquid line to any uninsulated portion
of the suction line.
4.
A crankcase heater must be installed on any compressor (if crankcase heater is not already factory installed).
5.
Hard start assist kit is required.
6.
Use of a thermostatic expansion valve (TXV) is required in all long line set applications. Unit must be charged to 7 to 9ºF
subcooling at the indoor unit.
7.
Maximum equivalent length of line set is:
a. 250 feet for single stage units with scroll or reciprocating compressors.
b. 150 feet for single stage units with rotary compressors.
c. 150 feet for two stage units.
8.
Maximum linear length of line set is:
a. 200 feet for single stage units with scroll or reciprocating compressors.
b. 150 feet for single stage units with rotary compressors.
c. 150 feet for two stage units.
9.
Low voltage wiring. Verify low voltage wire gauge is adequate for the length used due to increased line set application.
10.
Vibration and Noise: In long line applications, refrigerant tubing is highly prone to transmit noise and vibration to the
adjoining structure. Use adequate vibration-isolating hardware when mounting line set to structural members. See Figures
1-1, 1-2 and 1-3 for example of proper mounting.
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Hanger
Wall
Stud
Liquid Line
Strapped to
Suction Line
Liquid Line
Metal
Sleeve
Suction Line
®
Wrapped in Armaflex
Figure 1-1.
Installation of Refrigeration Piping From Vertical to Horizontal
IMPORTANT - Refrigerant lines must not touch wall.
Suction Line
Outside Wall
Liquid Line
Wood Block
Between Studs
Wire Tie
Inside Wall
Strap
Sleeve
®
Armaflex
Wrapped
Suction Line
Outside Wall
Wood
Block
Wire Tie
Liquid
Line
Caulk
PVC Pipe
Strap
Fiberglass Insulation
IMPORTANT:
Refrigerant lines must NOT
come into contact with structure.
Sleeve
Figure 1-2. Installation of Refrigerant Piping (Vertical)
New construction shown
NOTE: If line set is installed on the exterior of an outside wall, similar installation practices are to be used.
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If hanging line set from a joist or rafter,
use metal strapping
or heavy nylon wire tires
that are securely anchored.
8’
Wire Tie
(around suction line only)
Floor Joist or
Roof Rafter
Tape or Wire Tie
8’
Floor Joist or Roof Rafter
Metal Sleeve
Strapping placed
around the suction line only
After the suction line has been strapped to the joist or rafter at 8’ intervals,
strap the liquid line to the suction line.
Tape or Wire Tie
Figure 1-3. Installation of Refrigerant Piping (Horizontal)
11. Heat Pump Application Only. Liquid line solenoid must be installed less than 2 feet from the outdoor unit following
the solenoid supplier information for installation.
12. Heat Pump Application Only. Heating piston change (in the outdoor unit) is not required.
13. Final Charge Adjustment. All units must have refrigerant charge verified by proper adjustment of subcooling at the
indoor unit after initial charge adjustment per Section 5. Proper adjustment means pressure and temperature of the liquid
line at the indoor unit must be measured to calculate subcooling at the indoor unit. If subcooling at the indoor unit is
less than 5°F, then additional refrigerant must be added until this subcooling level is achieved. If subcooling at the indoor
unit is more than 7°F, then refrigerant must be removed until this subcooling level is achieved.
SECTION 2. OUTDOOR UNIT AND INDOOR UNIT ARE AT THE SAME ELEVATION
Accessory
Air Conditioner (AC)
Heat Pump (HP)
Crankcase Heater (40 watts minimum)
Yes
Yes
Hard Start Assist
Yes
(See manual for each product)
Yes
(See manual for each product)
TXV (Indoor)
Yes
Yes
Liquid Line Solenoid at Outdoor
No
Yes
Inverted Refrigerant Trap at Indoor
No
No
Oil Trap at Indoor
No
No
1.
In a completely horizontal installation with a long line set where the indoor unit is at the same altitude as (or slightly
below) the outdoor unit, the line set should be sloped continuously towards the indoor unit. This helps reduce
refrigerant migration to the outdoor unit during a system’s off-cycle.
2.
The maximum elevation (vertical) difference for this section to be applicable is 10 feet separation between outdoor
unit and indoor unit. If outdoor unit is more than 10 feet above indoor unit use Section 3. If outdoor unit is more than
10 feet below indoor unit use Section 4.
3.
Inverted suction loop is not required at either unit.
4.
An accumulator is not required for air conditioners (accumulators are factory installed on heat pumps).
5.
An oil trap at the indoor unit is not required.
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SECTION 3. OUTDOOR UNIT IS ABOVE THE INDOOR UNIT
Accessory
Air Conditioner (AC)
Heat Pump (HP)
Crankcase Heater (40 watts minimum)
Yes
Yes
Hard Start Assist
Yes
(See manual for each product)
Yes
(See manual for each product)
TXV (Indoor)
Yes
Yes
Liquid Line Solenoid at Outdoor
No
Yes
Inverted Refrigerant Trap at Indoor
No
No
Oil Trap at Indoor
Yes**
Yes**
**An oil trap at the indoor unit is required if the elevation difference exceeds 80'.
The trap can be constructed of standard refrigerant fitting (See Figure 3-1.)
1.
Suction line must be sloped continuously towards the indoor unit.
2.
The maximum elevation (vertical) difference between the outdoor unit and indoor unit is:
a. not restricted in this configuration for single stage air conditioning units (must adhere to
maximum equivalent length).
b. 80 feet for single stage heat pump units.
c. 25 feet for two stage units.
3.
Inverted suction loop is not required at either unit.
4.
An accumulator is not required for air conditioners (accumulators are factory installed on heat pumps).
Long Radius Street Ell
45°
Ell
45°
Street Ell
Short Radius
Street Ell
Figure 3-1. Oil Trap
SECTION 4. OUTDOOR UNIT IS BELOW THE INDOOR UNIT
Accessory
Air Conditioner (AC)
Heat Pump (HP)
Crankcase Heater (40 watts minimum)
Yes
Yes
Hard Start Assist
Yes
(See manual for each product)
Yes
(See manual for each product)
TXV (Indoor)
Yes
Yes
Liquid Line Solenoid at Outdoor
Yes
Yes
Inverted Refrigerant Trap at Indoor
Yes
Yes
Oil Trap at Indoor
No
No
1. The maximum elevation (vertical) difference between the outdoor unit and the indoor unit is 80 feet.
2. Suction line must be installed in a manner to prevent liquid migration to the outdoor unit from the
indoor unit (see following note 3).
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3. An inverted suction line trap must be installed on the suction line just before the inlet to the indoor unit (see Figure
4-1). The top of the inverted loop must be slightly above the top of the indoor unit coil and can be created simply by brazing
two 90° long radius elbows together if a bending tool is unavailable. Properly support and secure the inverted loop to
the nearest point on the indoor unit or adjacent structure.
4. An accumulator is required to be added (external to the outdoor unit, within 2 linear feet of the outdoor unit) for air
conditioning installations. See Table 4-1 for accumulator selection. Adapter fittings at the accumulator connection may
be required. Do NOT install an accumulator in the suction line set in heat pump applications.
L
H
L = Length of trap must be more than Indoor Unit Height (H)
Figure 4-1. Indoor Unit with Inverted Suction
Total System Refrigerant
Charge
oz.
112
144
176
208
240
288
352
480
lb.
7
9
11
13
15
18
22
30
Goodman Accumulator
Preferred
Minimum
Part Number
Connection
Part Number
Connection
0151R00004P
3/4"
0151R00004P
3/4"
B1226206
3/4"
0151R00004P
3/4"
B1226207
7/8"
B1226206
3/4"
0151L00008
7/8"
B1226206
3/4"
0151L00009
7/8"
B1226207
7/8"
0151L00001
1 1/8"
0151L00008
7/8"
0151L00010
7/8"
0151L00001
1 1/8"
0151L00010
7/8"
0151L00010
7/8"
Table 4-1. Accumulator Size
SECTION 5. CALCULATIONS - TUBING EQUIVALENT LENGTH, TUBE SIZE AND REFRIGERANT
1.
In long line applications the “equivalent line length” is the sum of the straight length portions of the suction line plus
losses (in equivalent length) from 45 and 90 degree bends. Add the total straight (lineal) length of tubing to the
equivalent length of elbows and bends to get total equivalent length.
Equivalent length = LengthHorizontal + LengthVertical + Losses from bends (see Table 5-1)
2.
Table 5-1 lists the equivalent length gained from adding bends to the suction line. Properly size the suction line to
minimize capacity loss.
Inside Diameter (inches)
Type of
Elbow Fitting
3/4
7/8
1 1/8
90° short radius
1.7
2
2.3
90° long radius
1.5
1.7
1.6
45°
0.7
0.8
1
Table 5-1. Losses from suction line elbows (equivalent length, ft.)
EXAMPLE: 3/4” suction line using 3/4” elbows
150 feet of straight tubing + (four short radius elbows x1.7) + (2 long radius elbows x1.5) =
150 + 3.4 + 3 = 156.4 equivalent feet
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3.
Table 5-2 lists multiplier values to recalculate system cooling capacity as a function of a system’s equivalent line
length (as calculated from the suction line) and the selected suction tube size.
NOTE: Select the proper suction tube size based on equivalent length of the suction line
(see Tables 5-1 and 5-2) and recalculated system capacity.
Unit
(Btu)
18000
24000
30000
36000
42000
48000
60000
Capacity Multiplier for Given Length (ft)1
Suction
Dia. (in)
25
50
75
100
125
150
175
200
225
250
1/2
5/8
3/4
5/8
3/4
7/8 2
5/8
3/4
7/8
5/8
3/4
7/8 3
3/4
7/8
1 1/8
3/4
7/8
4
1 1/8
3/4
7/8
1 1/8 4
0.99
1.00
1.00
0.99
1.00
1.00
0.99
1.00
1.00
0.99
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
0.99
1.00
1.00
0.99
1.00
1.00
0.97
0.99
1.00
0.99
1.00
1.00
0.99
1.00
1.00
0.98
1.00
1.00
0.99
1.00
1.00
0.99
0.99
1.00
0.98
0.99
1.00
0.96
0.99
1.00
0.98
0.99
1.00
0.98
0.99
1.00
0.96
0.99
1.00
0.99
0.99
1.00
0.98
0.99
1.00
0.97
0.98
1.00
0.94
0.99
1.00
0.98
0.99
1.00
0.97
0.99
1.00
0.95
0.99
1.00
0.98
0.99
1.00
0.97
0.99
1.00
0.96
0.98
0.99
0.94
0.98
0.99
0.97
0.99
0.99
0.96
0.99
1.00
0.94
0.98
0.99
0.97
0.99
1.00
0.96
0.98
1.00
0.94
0.97
0.99
0.93
0.98
0.99
0.97
0.99
0.99
0.96
0.98
0.99
0.93
0.98
0.99
0.97
0.99
1.00
0.96
0.98
1.00
0.93
0.97
0.99
0.93
0.98
0.99
0.97
0.99
0.99
0.96
0.88
0.99
0.92
0.97
0.99
0.96
0.98
1.00
0.95
0.98
1.00
0.93
0.96
0.99
0.92
0.98
0.99
0.96
0.99
0.99
0.94
0.98
0.99
0.91
0.97
0.99
0.96
0.98
1.00
0.95
0.98
1.00
0.91
0.94
0.99
0.91
0.97
0.99
0.95
0.97
0.99
0.93
0.98
0.99
0.90
0.96
0.98
0.95
0.98
1.00
0.94
0.97
0.99
0.90
0.95
0.99
0.89
0.97
0.99
0.95
0.97
0.99
0.92
0.97
0.99
0.88
0.96
0.98
0.94
0.97
1.00
0.93
0.97
0.99
0.89
0.95
0.99
Table 5-2. Capacity Multipliers
1
Equivalent length is to be used for capacity multiplier reduction.
7/8” suction line is not approved for 2-ton two stage heat pump applications.
3
7/8” suction line is not approved for 3-ton two stage heat pump applications over 80 feet.
4
1-1/8 suction line is not approved for 4-ton and 5-ton two stage heat pump applications over 80 feet.
2
4.
Refrigerant Quantity Adjustment. All residential R-410A outdoor units are factory charged for 15 feet of line set.
To calculate the initial amount of extra refrigerant (in ounces):
a. Subtract 15 feet from the total linear (not equivalent) length of actual line set
b. Multiply that value by 0.6 (oz. per foot) of R-410A refrigerant
c. This will be the initial amount of R-410A refrigerant that must be added prior to final
charge adjustment.
All systems must have final charge adjustment performed as required in Section 1. In most residential applications
a minimal amount of additional refrigerant will be needed to account for the volume in the suction line. For some
applications using 1 1/8” suction line and/or over 150 feet of lineal length, approximately 3 pounds of additional
refrigerant may be needed to account for the suction line.
For a more precise calculation of refrigerant needs use Table 5-3. The additional refrigerant for given line lengths
can be found in Table 5-4.
RA (oz.) = (LA - 15) ft. x 0.6 oz./ft.
Where:
RA = Initial additional refrigerant needed
LA = Actual lineal line set length
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SERVICING
Additional Refrigerant
Line set sizes
(oz. per lineal foot)
3/8” liquid only
0.60
3/8” liquid and 5/8” suction
0.63
3/8” liquid and 3/4" suction
0.67
3/8” liquid and 7/8” suction
0.74
3/8” liquid and 1 1/8” suction
0.78
Table 5-3. Additional Refrigerant Per Foot.
Additional lineal line length over 15 feet
25
50
75
100
125
150
175
Initial refrigerant addition (oz.)
3/8" liquid line only
15
30
45
60
75
90
105
3/8" liquid line & 5/8" suction line
16
32
47
63
79
95
110
3/8" liquid line & 3/4" suction line
17
34
50
67
84
101
117
3/8" liquid line & 7/8" suction line
18
35
53
70
88
105
123
3/8" liquid line & 1-1/8" suction line
20
39
59
78
98
117
137
Table 5-4. Initial Refrigerant for Given Line Length
S-202 DUCT STATIC PRESSURES AND/OR STATIC
PRESSURE DROP ACROSS COILS
This minimum and maximum allowable duct static pressure
for the indoor sections are found in the specifications section.
Tables are also provided for each coil, listing quantity of air
(CFM) versus static pressure drop across the coil.
Too great an external static pressure will result in insufficient
air that can cause icing of the coil. Too much air can cause
poor humidity control and condensate to be pulled off the
evaporator coil causing condensate leakage. Too much air
can also cause motor overloading and in many cases this
constitutes a poorly designed system.
S-203 AIR HANDLER EXTERNAL STATIC
To determine proper air movement, proceed as follows:
1. Using a draft gauge (inclined manometer), measure the
static pressure of the return duct at the inlet of the unit,
(Negative Pressure).
2. Measure the static pressure of the supply duct, (Positive
Pressure).
3. Add the two readings together.
167
SERVICING
TOTAL EXTERNAL STATIC
NOTE: Both readings may be taken simultaneously and read
directly on the manometer if so desired.
4. Consult proper table for quantity of air.
If external static pressure is being measured on a furnace to
determine airflow, supply static must be taken between the
"A" coil and the furnace.
STATIC PRESSURE DROP
If the total external static pressure and/or static pressure
drop exceeds the maximum or minimum allowable statics,
check for closed dampers, dirty filters, undersized or poorly
laid out duct work.
Air Flow
TOTAL EXTERNAL STATIC
S-204 COIL STATIC PRESSURE DROP
1. Using a draft gauge (inclined manometer), connect the
positive probe underneath the coil and the negative probe
above the coil.
2. A direct reading can be taken of the static pressure drop
across the coil.
3. Consult proper table for quantity of air.
168
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HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
ALL FUEL SYSTEM AFE18-60A CONTROL BOARD
24VAC
F1
POWER SUPPLY
INPUT
FURNACE DEMAND
OUTPUT
BLOWER FAN DEMAND
OUTPUT
POWER SUPPLY INPUT
(COMMON)
SECOND STAGE FURNACE
DEMAND OUTPUT
COMPRESSOR OUTPUT
3A
P1-8
+VD C
R
POWER
SUPPLY
P1-7
F
U
R
N
A
C
E
SECOND STAGE
COMPRESSOR OUTPUT
REVERSING VALVE
OUTPUT
W1
P1-4
+5VDC
W1-FURN
W2-HP
+VD C
G
24VAC
P1-6
G-STAT
C
C
K1
P1-5
G-FURN
W2
P1-2
Y
P1-3
K2
Y2-HP
Y2
P1-1
+VDC
O
Y2-STAT
Y2-FURN
24VAC
POWER SUPPLY OUT
TO THERMOSTAT
CALL FOR
REVERSING VALVE
CALL FOR
COMPRESSOR
CALL FOR
EMERGENCY HEAT
CALL FOR
BLOWER FAN
CALL FOR
FURNACE HEAT
POWER SUPPLY COMMON
OUT TO THERMOSTAT
CALL FOR 2ND STAGE
FURNACE HEAT
CALL FOR 2ND STAGE
COMPRESSOR
P2-2
T
H
E
R
M
O
S
T
A
T
K4
R
Y-STAT
Y-FURN
Q1
P2-1
O
Y-HP
P2-7
Y
P2-8
K3
E
P2-5
G
Q2
+5VDC
P2-9
W1
P2-3
C
E/W1
C
P2-4
1.0K
W2
P2-6
Y2
O
24VAC
POWER SUPPLY OUT
TO HP CONTROL
HP CALL FOR FURNACE
(DURING DEFROST)
REVERSING
VALVE OUTPUT
COMPRESSOR
CONTACTOR OUTPUT
POWER SUPPLY COMMON
OUT TO HP CONTROL
MICROPROCESSOR
P3-9
R
6.8K
P3-8
H
E
A
T
W2
P3-7
Y
O
P3-2
Y
6.8K
P3-6
C
P
U
M
P
ODT (OUTDOOR
THERMOSTAT)
2ND STAGE COMPRESSOR
DEMAND OUTPUT
C
P3-3
OT-NO
P3-1
OT-NC
P3-4
OT-C
P3-5
2
Y2
1
BREAK FOR ODT
ALL FUEL CONTROL BOARD - AFE18-60A
This wiring diagram is for reference only. Not all wiring is as shown above.
Refer to the appropriate wiring diagram for the unit being serviced.
(For use with Heat Pumps in conjunction with 80% or 90% Single-Stage or Two-Stage Furnaces)
169
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HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
10kw and Below, One Stage Electric Heat
W
RE
D
G
HI
TE
G
C
RE
E
BL
UE
N
From Air Handler
W2
R
C
G
WHITE
W2
1
4
1
BROWN
BLACK
RED
EMERGENCY
HEAT
RELAY
THERMOSTAT
E
R
OT/EHR18-60
Indoor Thermostat
2
2
3
BLUE
O
Y
C
R
W2
O
Y
O
LL
E
W
G
TE
HI
N
RA
YE
O
W
D
RE
UE
BL
From Outdoor Unit
15kw and Above, Two Stage Electric Heat
SEE NOTE
ED
W2
R
G
O
W
N
C
BR
W
H
IT
E
N
G
R
EE
BL
U
E
From Air Handler
W3
R
C
G
WHITE
W2
1
4
1
BROWN
BLACK
RED
EMERGENCY
HEAT
RELAY
THERMOSTAT
E
R
OT/EHR18-60
O
Y
C
R
W2
O
Y
YE
R
O
AN
W
E
G
TE
HI
O
LL
W
E
U
ED
R
BL
Note:
When using a Thermostat with only one
stage for electric heat (W2), tie white and
brown wires from air handler together.
From Outdoor Unit
Typical Wiring Schematics for OT/EHR18-60 (Outdoor Thermostat & Emergency Heat Relay).
This wiring diagram is for reference only. Not all wiring is as shown above.
Refer to the appropriate wiring diagram for the unit being serviced.
170
Indoor Thermostat
2
2
3
BLUE
ACCESSORIES WIRING DIAGRAMS
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
15kw and Above with Two OT/EHR18-60's, Two Stage Electric Heat and Two Stage Thermostat
G
W2
RE
D
W
H
C
BR
O
W
G
R
IT
E
BL
U
E
OT/EHR18-60 #1
EE
N
N
From Air Handler
W3
R
C
G
WHITE
W2
1
4
1
BROWN
BLACK
RED
EMERGENCY
HEAT
RELAY
W3
THERMOSTAT
E
R
OT/EHR18-60 #2
Indoor Thermostat
2
2
3
BLUE
O
Y
2
2
3
BLUE
WHITE
1
4
1
BROWN
BLACK
RED
EMERGENCY
HEAT
RELAY
THERMOSTAT
O
Y
G
AN
E
W
O
LL
YE
R
O
E
IT
W2
H
W
E
U
BL
R
D
RE
C
From Outdoor Unit
Typical Wiring Schematics for OT/EHR18-60 (Outdoor Thermostat & Emergency Heat Relay).
This wiring diagram is for reference only. Not all wiring is as shown above.
Refer to the appropriate wiring diagram for the unit being serviced.
171
ACCESSORIES WIRING DIAGRAMS
ADPF, ARPF, ARUF
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
FL
FL
FL
FL
HTR2 TL
FL
HTR1 TL
FL
HTR1 TL
FL
FL
HTR1 TL
RD
BK
BK
BK
HTR2 TL
FL
RD
1
BK
HTR2 TL
RD
HTR3 TL
FL
YL
HTR3 TL
BK
BK
HTR1 TL
1
BK
2
HTR4 TL
1
BL
BK
RD
2
PU
BK
3
YL
PU
4
M1
R
BK
RD
M1
5
M2
M1
4
M3
WH
M2
5
M4
4
M2
YL
R2
M1
M3
M5
M7
M2
M4
M6
M8
R1
RD
WH
3
RD
BL
R2
BR
4
5
BK
6
BK
6
RD
6
WH
7
7
BK
8
RD
5
BR
RD
BK
RD
M4
BK RD
BK
BK
WH
7
BK
M2
BL
BL
RD
BL
M1
R1
6
BK
RD
M3
PU
3
BL
3
R
2
PU
BK
BL
1
2
YL
RD
RD
BL
7
YL
8
RD
YL
BK
8
RD
9
BL
BK
9
8
RD
9
9
L1
L2
L1
ONE (1) ELEMENT ROWS
L2
L1
TWO (2) ELEMENT ROWS
L2
L1
L2
THREE (3) ELEMENT ROWS
L1
L2
L1
L2
FOUR (4) ELEMENT ROWS
NOTE: WHEN INSTALLING HEATER KIT, ENSURE SPEED TAP DOES NOT EXCEED MINIMUM BLOWER SPEED (MBS) SPECIFIED FOR THE AIRHANDLER/HEAT ER
KIT COMBINATION ON THIS UNIT'S S&R PLATE. AFTER INSTALLING OPTIONAL HEAT KIT, MARK AN "X" IN THE
PROVIDED ABOVE.
MARK ACCORDING TO NUMBER OF HEATER ELEMENT ROWS INSTALLED. NO MARK INDICATES NO HEAT KIT INSTALLED.
TERMINAL BLOCK SHOWN
FOR 50HZ MODELS ONLY
BL
RD GR WH
L2
L1
EQUIPMENT
GROUND
EQUIPMENT
GROUND
USE
COPPER
OR ALUMINUM
WIRE
USE
COPPER
WIRE
BR
208/240 VOLTS
GRD
BK
RD
PLM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PLF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
BK
RD
PU
BL
BR
WH
L1
SR
L2
PLM 2
1 PLM
1 PLF
3
2
EM
RC
SEE
NOTE 4
SEE
NOTE
2
PLF
LO
M1
EBTDR
M2
BR
HI
WH
1
2
3
4
24V
5
NO
NC
COM
SEE NOTE 1
TR
C
EBTDR R
GR
RD
G
BL
K1
COM
K1
C
BL
SPEEDUP
RD
NO
C
6
SEE NOTE 1
1
2
3
BK
RD
240
TR
PU
5
24V
4
GREEN
PURPLE
BROWN
WHITE
COMPONENT CODE
RD
SEE
NOTE
3
PU
BK
THREE SPEED MOTOR WIRING
(SELECT MODELS ONLY)
SEE NOTE 3
(M1) RD
(M2) BL
MEDIUM
HIGH
PU
BR
IF REPLACEMENT OF THE ORIGINAL WIRES
SUPPLIED WITH THIS ASSEMBLY IS NECESSARY,
USE WIRE THAT CONFORMS TO THE
NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE.
RD
LOW
(COM) BK
(TR 1)
PU
RC
RC
BR
EM
3 SPEED
EM
BR
EM
RC
SR
R
EBTDR
EVAPORATOR MOTOR
RUN CAPACITOR
STRAIN RELIEF
RELAY
ELECTRONIC BLOWER TIME
DELAY RELAY
GR
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE NOTE 2
TR
PLF
PLM
FL
TL
HTR
TRANSFORMER
FEMALE PLUG CONNECTOR
MALE PLUG CONNECTOR
FUSE LINK
THERMAL LIMIT
HEAT ELEMENTS
Notes:
1) Red wires to be on transformer terminal "3" for 240 volts and on terminal "2" for 208 volts.
2) See composite wiring diagrams in installation instructions
for proper low voltage wiring connections.
3) Confirm speed tap selected is appropriate for application. If speed tap needs
to be changed, connect appropriate motor wire (Red for low, Blue for medium,
and Black for high speed) on "COM" connection of the EBTDR.
Inactive motor wires should be connected to "M1 or M2" on EBTDR.
4) Brown and white wires are used with Heat Kits only.
5) EBTDR has a 7 second on delay when "G" is energized and a 65 second off
delay when "G" is de-energized.
Typical Wiring Schematic ADPF, ARPF, ARUF with Electric Heat.
This wiring diagram is for reference only. Not all wiring is as shown above.
Refer to the appropriate wiring diagram for the unit being serviced.
172
BL
WIRING CODE
RD
COPPER
OR ALUMINUM
COPPER
POWER SUPPLY
(SEE RATING PLATE)
USE MIN. 75°C FIELD WIRE
G
4 PLF
WH BR
GR
BK BLACK
RD RED
PU
YL YELLOW BR
BL BLUE
WH
BL
BL
M2
5
COLOR CODE
NC
M1
EBTDR
RD
PU
EBTDR
R
XFMR-R
XFMR-C
RD
BK
SEE NOTE 5
0140M00037
ACCESSORIES WIRING DIAGRAMS
MBR
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
R
TR
R
R
1
4
208/240
HTR2
BK
24V
2
3
FL
5
BL
Y
HTR3
BL
TL
PU
BK
FL
HTR4
PC
BL
TL
BK
1
BL
EBTDR
2
R
R
G
3
BL
PU
BL
R
Y
M5
M7
M6
RS2
M8
BL
4
R
R
K1
XFMR-R
XFMR-C
BL
K1
NO
COM
C
BR
5
BR
6
W
NC
SPEEDUP
W
M1
7
Y
BL
8
BK
R
9
W BR G PK BL
L1
L2
L1
L2
SR
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
OR ALUMINUM
USE COPPER
WIRE WIRE
Typical Wiring Schematic MBR Blower with Electric Heat.
This wiring diagram is for reference only. Not all wiring is as shown above.
Refer to the appropriate wiring diagram for the unit being serviced.
173
ACCESSORIES WIRING DIAGRAMS
AEPF
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
FL
FL
FL
FL
HTR2 TL
FL
HTR1 TL
HTR1 TL
FL
R
BK
BK
HTR2 TL
FL
HTR3 TL
FL
BK
BK
R
R
1
2
BK
HTR2 TL
FL
HTR1 TL
BK
HTR1 TL
FL
Y
HTR3 TL
1
BK
HTR4 TL
1
BL
BK
R
2
PU
BK
3
R
R
BL
Y
PU
4
M1
R
BK
M1
M1
M3
4
M2
M4
5
R
W
M4
M2
W
R2
R
5
BR
M3
M2
M4
M5
M7
M6
M8
R1
W
6
R2
BK
R
BK
BL
4
BR
5
W
6
7
7
7
Y
BK
8
M1
Y
R
3
R
4
M2
6
BK
R
BK R
BL
BL
R
BK
BL
R
BK
BK
7
3
M1
R1
6
BK
R
M3
2
PU
BL
BL
R
5
M2
PU
BK
3
1
2
Y
8
R
Y
BK
8
R
9
8
BL
BK
9
R
9
9
L1
L2
L1
ONE (1) ELEMENT ROWS
L2
L1 L2
TWO (2) ELEMENT ROWS
L1
L2
THREE (3) ELEMENT ROWS
L1
L2
L1 L2
FOUR (4) ELEMENT ROWS
AFTER INSTALLING OPTIONAL HEAT KIT, MARK AN "X" IN THE
PROVIDED ABOVE.
MARK ACCORDING TO NUMBER OF HEATER ELEMENT ROWS INSTALLED
NO MARK INDICATES NO HEAT KIT INSTALLED
TO
C ONDE N SER
* SEE NOTE 7
L OW VO LTAGE
FIE L D CON NE C TION
BOX
TO
TH ERM O STAT
208/240 VOLTS
W 1 C Y 1 Y /Y2
Y CO N O
G
R
C W 2 W2 R
O
R
PL 1
2
PL 2
2
S EE N OTE 8
BK
Y
R
W
O
BL
BR
BL PU Y
O PL1
BR R G
1
2
3
4
5
67
PL 2
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
8
9
1
7
1
P L1
1
P L2
TO L OW VOLTAGE
TE R MINAL BOARD
EM
2
3
TR
BL
BK
Y
4 2 4 V OLT
TR
4
20 8
2
2 4V
3
COM
5
R
6
R
W1
HUM
OT
2
OT
1
Y CO N
IN4005
DIODE
PJ4
OT
C
O
W W2
Y1
E W1
N OTE DIOD E
ON VS TB
Y
Y2
G
C
*SEE N OTE 7
W
S EE NOT E 2
S EE N OTE 3
BK
S EE N OTE 1
PU
Y1
R
24 VAC
W2 C
THERMOSTATS
OT1 OT2
C
R
R
BL
BR
BL
PL2
SE E
N OTE 4
PJ2
P J6
R
4
PL 2
S EE N OTE 5
W2
BR
O
BR
O OTC
W1
HEATE R
G
G
HUM
HUMIDISTAT
Y/Y2
Y1
DS1
J2 J3
W
E\W1
ED
PJ4
PJ2
R
OU TDO O R
W2
W2
BL
W/W2
W1
PJ6
BR
CONDENSERHEATPUMP
R YCON COM O
OT1
OT2
W
BL
5
5 P L2
BL
J1
HUM
P N. B1368270 REV.A
24 0
1
R
Y
C OLOR C ODE
R
BL
BR
W
R
W
BK
R
Y
BL
G
W HITE
B LAC K
R ED
Y EL LOW
B LUE
G
PU
BR
0
PK
W IRIN G COD E
GR EEN
PUR PLE
BROW N
ORA NGE
PIN K
FAC TORY W IRIN G
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VO LTA GE
FIEL D W IRIN G
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VO LTA GE
C OMPON E NT C ODE
EM
PL
P J2 ,PJ 4,P J6
VS TB
FL
E VAP ORATOR M OTOR
P L UG
P RO GRAM JU MPER
VAR IA BLE SP EED
TER MINAL B OA RD
FU S E LI NK
TL
H TR
R
TR
TH E RM AL LIM IT
H EA T EL EM EN T
R EL AY
TR ANSF ORMER
EM
C OPP ER
POW ER SUPPLY
(SE E RATIN G PL ATE)
E QUIP M EN T GRO UN D
U SE COPPE R W IR E
NOTES:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
FOR HEAT PUMP APPLICATIONS REMOVE ORANGE JUMPER WI RE BETWEEN O & Y1.
FOR TWO STAGE ELECTRIC HEAT APPLICATIONS CUT PJ4. (USE ONLY ON 15 & 20 KW MODELS).
FOR OUTDOOR THERMOSTAT OPERATION OF SECOND STAGE HEAT, CUT PJ2 & ADD OT18-60 TO OTC & OT2.
FOR SINGLE STAGE COOLING APPLICATIONS CONNECT THERMOSTAT TO Y/Y2 ONLY,
TAPE OR REMOVE Y1 CONNECTION. CONNECT CONDENSING UNI T TO YCON & C.
WHEN HUMIDSTAT IS PROVIDED CUT PJ6. THERMOSTAT OPENS ON HUMIDITY RISE.
RED WI RES TO BE ON TRANSFORMER TERMINAL 3 FOR 240 VOLTS AND ON TERMINAL 2 FOR 208 VOLTS.
SEE COMPOSITE WI RING DIAGRAMS IN INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROPER LOW VOLTAGE
CONNECTIONS AND DETAILS ON COMPATIBLE THERMOSTATS AND THEIR CONNECTIONS.
DISCARD ORIGINAL "PL1" PLUG CONNECTOR WHEN INSTALLING OPTIONAL HEAT KIT.
C O NTR OLS SHOW N W ITH U TILIT IE S IN "ON" P OSITION AND TH ERM OS TAT IN "O FF" P OSIT IO N .
IF REPL AC E M ENT OF THE O RIGINAL W IR ES SU PPL IED W ITH THIS AS SE M BLY IS N EC ESSAR Y, U SE 1 05°C . W IRE. S IZE TO CONFO RM T O T HE NA TIONA L EL ECT RI C C ODE.
Typical Wiring Schematic AEPF with Electric Heat.
This wiring diagram is for reference only. Not all wiring is as shown above.
Refer to the appropriate wiring diagram for the unit being serviced.
174
0 1 40 A0 00 00 P
MBR
ACCESSORIES WIRING DIAGRAMS
TO
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
TO
HKR Heat Kit
OU TD OOR
COM
OT1
PJ4
OT2
PJ2
PJ6
Blower Section
Typical Wiring Schematic MBE Blower with Electric Heat.
This wiring diagram is for reference only.
Not all wiring is as shown above.
Refer to the appropriate wiring diagram for the unit being serviced.
175
ACCESSORIES WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASPF
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
FL
FL
FL
FL
HTR2 TL
FL
HTR1 TL
RD
BK
BK
HTR2 TL
FL
RD
YL
HTR3 TL
BK
BK
2
RD
HTR3 TL
FL
1
BK
HTR2 TL
FL
HTR1 TL
BK
HTR1 TL
FL
HTR1 TL
FL
1
BK
HTR4 TL
1
BL
BK
RD
PU
BK
2
3
YL
PU
4
M1
R
BK
M1
M1
M3
4
M2
M4
5
6
BK
3
BK RD
4
M1
YL
M2
R2
RD
5
BR
M2
M3
M4
M5
M7
M6
M8
R1
RD
WH
6
3
RD
BL
R2
BR
4
5
BK
BK
6
RD
WH
6
7
7
7
YL
BK
8
BL
BL
RD
BL
M1
M4
RD
BK
RD
M3
M2
PU
BK
BK
WH
7
BK
RD
R1
R
WH
BL
BL
RD
5
M2
2
PU
BK
3
1
2
YL
RD
RD
BL
8
RD
9
YL
BK
8
RD
BL
BK
9
8
RD
9
9
L1
L2
L1
ONE (1) ELEMENT ROWS
L2
L1
TWO (2) ELEMENT ROWS
L2
L1
L2
THREE (3) ELEMENT ROWS
L1
L2
L1
L2
FOUR (4) ELEMENT ROWS
NOTE: WHEN INSTALLING HEATER KIT, ENSURE SPEED TAP DOES NOT EXCEED MINIMUM BLOWER SPEED (MBS) SPECIFIED FOR THE AIRHANDLER/HEAT ER
KIT COMBINATION ON THIS UNIT'S S&R PLATE. AFTER INSTALLING OPTIONAL HEAT KIT, MARK AN "X" IN THE
PROVIDED ABOVE.
MARK ACCORDING TO NUMBER OF HEATER ELEMENT ROWS INSTALLED. NO MARK INDICATES NO HEAT KIT INSTALLED.
TERMINAL BLOCK SHOWN
FOR 50HZ MODELS ONLY
SEE NOTE 2
R C G W1 W2 Y1 Y2 O DH 1 2 3 4 5
L1
BK
L2
EQUIPMENT
GROUND
EQUIPMENT
GROUND
USEUSE
COPPER
OR ALUMINUM
WIRE
COPPER
WIRE
208/240 VOLTS
GRD
RD
L1
PLM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PLF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
89
BK
RD
BL
BR
WH
9
XFMR-R
R
L2
PLM 2
1 PLM
COM
EBTDR
XFMR-C
EM
RD
RD
1 PLF
C L GN
PLF
C
2
G
NO NC
SEE
NOTE 4
BR
WH
BL
1
2
3
4
24V
5
SEE NOTE 1
CR
TR
B
7
A
4
BL
GR
6
RD
5
4 PLF
1
2
3
4
5
RD
CR
XFMR-R
R
COM
4
RD
XFMR-C
C
GR
BK
G
NO NC
BK
RD
EBTDR
7
1
A
B
BL
GR
RD
SEE
NOTE 3
BL
BL
BL
RD
RD
C
SEE NOTE 1
1
2
3
5
24V
4
COLOR CODE
GR GREEN
BK BLACK
PU PURPLE
RD RED
YL YELLOW BR BROWN
WH WHITE
BL BLUE
BL
RD
COMPONENT CODE
RD
COPPER OR ALUMINUM
COPPER
POWER
SUPPLY
(SEE RATING PLATE)
USE MIN. 75°C FIELD WIRE
1 234 5
EM
CLGN
BL
RD BK
EM
TB
R
CR
EBTDR
EVAPORATOR MOTOR
TERMINAL BOARD
RELAY
CONTROL RELAY
ELECTRONIC BLOWER TIME
DELAY RELAY
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
TR
PLF
PLM
FL
TL
HTR
TRANSFORMER
FEMALE PLUG CONNECTOR
MALE PLUG CONNECTOR
FUSE LINK
THERMAL LIMIT
HEAT ELEMENTS
Notes:
1) Red wires to be on transformer terminal "3" for 240 volts and on terminal "2" for 208 volts.
2) See composite wiring diagrams in installation instructions
for proper low voltage wiring connections.
3) Confirm speed tap selected is appropriate for application. If speed tap needs
to be changed, connect red wire from terminal 4 of CR relay to appropriate tap
at TB
4) Brown and white wires are used with Heat Kits only.
IF REPLACEMENT OF THE ORIGINAL WIRES
SUPPLIED WITH THIS ASSEMBLY IS NEC ESSARY,
USE WIRE THAT CONFORMS TO THE
NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE.
0140A00034
Typical Wiring Schematic ASPF with Electric Heat.
This wiring diagram is for reference only. Not all wiring is as shown above.
Refer to the appropriate wiring diagram for the unit being serviced.
176
C
R C G W1 W2 Y1 Y2 O DH 1 2 3 4 5
240
TR
BL
EM
ACCESSORIES WIRING DIAGRAMS
ARUF**14** & ARPT**14*
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
FL
FL
FL
FL
HTR2 TL
FL
HTR1 TL
FL
HTR1 TL
FL
FL
HTR1 TL
RD
BK
BK
BK
HTR2 TL
FL
RD
BK
BK
BK
HTR2 TL
RD
HTR3 TL
FL
1
HTR1 TL
YL
HTR3 TL
1
BK
2
HTR4 TL
1
BL
BK
RD
2
PU
BK
3
BL
YL
PU
4
M1
R
BK
M1
5
M4
RD
BL
M1
M4
BK RD
R2
RD
5
BR
M2
M3
M4
M5
M7
M6
M8
R1
RD
3
BL
M1
YL
RD
BL
R2
BR
4
5
BK
6
WH
BK
6
RD
WH
6
7
7
BK
8
BL
4
M2
RD
BK
RD
M3
BK
BK
WH
7
BK
M2
R1
M2
6
BK
RD
2
PU
3
BL
M1
4
R
WH
PU
3
M3
1
2
YL
BK
BL
RD
5
M2
RD
RD
7
YL
8
RD
YL
BK
8
RD
9
BL
BK
9
8
RD
9
9
L1
L2
L1
ONE (1) ELEMENT ROWS
L2
L1
TWO (2) ELEMENT ROWS
L2
L1
L2
THREE (3) ELEMENT ROWS
L1
L2
L1
L2
FOUR (4) ELEMENT ROWS
NOTE: WHEN INSTALLING HEATER KIT, ENSURE SPEED TAP IS NOT BELOW MINIMUM BLOWER SPEED (MBS) SPECIFIED FOR THE AIR HANDLER/HEATER KIT
COMBINATION ON THIS UNITS SERIAL PLATE. AFTER INST ALLING OPTIONAL HEAT KIT, MARK A "X" IN THE
PROVIDED ABOVE. MARK ACCORDING TO THE
NUMBER OF HEATER ELEMENT ROWS INSTALLED. NO MARK INDICATES NO HEAT KIT INSTALLED. 5 ELEMENT ROWS DATA SUPPLIED WITH HEATER KIT.
SEE NOTE 2
BL
L1
L2
BK
RD
PLF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PLM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
BK
RD
PU
BL
BR
WH
TERMINAL BLOCK SHOWN
FOR 50HZ MODELS ONLY
RD GR WH
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER WIRE
208/240 VOLTS
BR
GRD
SR
L2
L1
PLF 2
1 PLF
1 PLM
3
2
EM
RC
SEE
NOTE 4
M1
HI
BR
LO
WH
PLM
1
2
3
4
24V
5
NO
NC
EBTDR
M2
COM
SEE NOTE 1
TR
C
EBTDR R
GR
RD
G
BL
RD
COM
K1
RD
RD
NO
K1
6
C
2
1
3
RD
240
5
24V
GR
BK BLACK
PU
RD RED
YL YELLOW BR
BL BLUE
WH
4
NC
BL
SPEEDUP
M1
BL
BL
M2
BK
SEE
NOTE 3
RD
PU
EM
RC
SR
R
EBTDR
NOTES:
THREE SPEED MOTOR WIRING
(SELECT MODELS ONLY)
SEE NOTE 3
(COM) RD
(M2) BL
MEDIUM
HIGH
(M1) BK
(TR 1)
IF REPLACEMENT OF THE ORIGINAL WIRES
SUPPLIED WITH THIS ASSEMBLY IS NECESSARY
USE WIRE THAT CONFORMS TO THE
NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE.
BK
LOW
PU
BR
PU
RC
RC
BR
EM
3 SPEED
EM
BR
GR
BL
WIRING CODE
GREEN
PURPLE
BROWN
WHITE
COMPONENT CODE
RD
COPPER POWER SUPPLY
(SEE RATING PLATE)
USE MIN. 75°C FIELD WIRE
G
4 PLF
WH BR
COLOR CODE
TR
PU
C
5
EBTDR
SEE NOTE 1
PU
EBTDR
R
XFMR-R
XFMR-C
RD
BK
SEE NOTE 5
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
EVAPORATOR MOTOR
TR
RUN CAPACITOR
PLF
STRAIN RELIEF
PLM
FL
RELAY
TL
ELECTRONIC BLOWER TIME
DELAY RELAY
HTR
TRANSFORMER
FEMALE PLUG CONNECTOR
MALE PLUG CONNECTOR
FUSE LINK
THERMAL LIMIT
HEAT ELEMENTS
1) RED WIRES TO BE ON TRANSFORMER TERMINAL "3" FOR 240 VOLTS
AND ON TERMINAL "2" FOR 208 VOLTS.
2) SEE COMPOSITE WIRING DIAGRAMS IN INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
FOR PROPER LOW VOLTAGE WIRING CONNECTIONS.
3) CONFIRM SPEED TAP SELECTED IS APPROPRIATE FOR APPLICATION.
IF SPEED TAP NEEDS TO BE CHANGED, CONNECT APPROPRIATE
MOTOR WIRE (RED FOR LOW, BLUE FOR MEDIUM,AND BLACK FOR
HIGH SPEED) ON "COM" CONNECTION OF THE EBTDR.
INACTIVE MOTOR WIRES SHOULD BE CONNECTED TO "M1 OR M2"
ON EBTDR.
4) BROWN AND WHITE WIRES ARE USED WITH HEAT KITS ONLY.
5) EBTDR HAS A 7 SECOND ON DELAY WHEN "G" IS ENERGIZED
AND A 65 SECOND OFF DELAY WHEN "G" IS DE-ENERGIZED.
0140A00058-B
Typical Wiring Schematic ARUF**14** & ARPT**14** with Electric Heat.
This wiring diagram is for reference only. Not all wiring is as shown above.
Refer to the appropriate wiring diagram for the unit being serviced.
177
ACCESSORIES WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASPT**14**/ASUF**14**
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
FL
FL
FL
TL
HTR 1
FL
BK
BK
HTR1
FL
TL
BK
FL
BK
1
HTR2
RD
HTR2
FL
TL
BK
BK
1
HTR3
FL
TL
HTR4
YL
RD
4
M1
R
PU
BL
RD
BK
5
M2
4
M2
M4
5
WH
7
BK
RD
BL
M1
M4
R2
BR
RD
WH
M1
YL
5
RD
M3
M2
M4
R1
6
M5
M7
M6
M8
RD
BL
R2
BK
RD
BK
7
BR
WH
YL
7
YL
BK
8
RD
9
4
5
6
8
RD
BL
BK
9
8
RD
9
L1
3
BL
6
7
BK
BK RD
4
BK
BK
8
1
2
PU
BL
M2
R1
RD
RD
M3
M2
BK
WH
BK
RD
BK
3
BL
M1
M3
BL
PU
BK
3
M1
R
6
YL
1
2
YL
RD
2
3
BL
RD
TL
RD
PU
BK
BK
TL
RD
HTR3
2
HTR1
FL
TL
TL
HT R2
FL
TL
TL
HT R1
9
L2
L1
L2
L1
L2
L1
L2
L1
ONE (1) ELEMENT ROWS
TWO (2) ELE MENT ROW S
L2
L1 L2
FOUR (4) ELEMENT ROWS
TH REE (3) ELEMENT ROWS
NOTE: WHEN INSTALLING HEATER KIT, ENSURE SPEED TAP DOES NOT EXCEED MINIMUM BLOWER SPEED (MBS) SPECIFIED FOR THE AIRHANDLER/HEATER KIT COMBINATION ON THIS
UNIT'S S&R PLATE. AFTER INSTALLING OPTIONAL HEAT KIT, MARK A "X" IN THE BOX PROVIDED ABOVE. MARK ACCORDING TO NUMBER OF HEATER ELEMENT ROWS INSTALLED. NO MARK
INDICATES NO HEAT KIT INSTALLED.
L1
208/240 VOLTS
EQUIP MENT GROUND
USE COPPER WIRE
GRD
SEE NOTE 2
R C G W 1 W2 Y1 Y2 O DH 1 2 3 4 5
PLF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PLM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
BK
RD
BL
BR
WH
1
PLF
5
1
PLM
FACTORY W IRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
FIELD W IRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
PLF 2
EM
LGN
RD
GR
WIRING CODE
L2
L1
L2
PLM
SEE
NOTE 4
2
2
1
3
SEE NOTE 1
BR
WH
1
2
4
24V
4
CR
TR
PLF
PLM
FL
TL
HT R
ALTERNAT E HEAT RELAY
1
3
BL
TR
RD
WH
CR
BK
7
4
1
A
B
SEE
NOTE 1
BK
WH
RD
RD
C
RD
1
2
3
5
24V
4
FUSE
HOLDER
PU
B
A
5
6
5
4
7
COLOR CODE
CR
4 P LM
240
1
2
3
4
5
EM
R C G W1 W2 Y1 Y2 O DH 1 2 3 4 5
BL
BL
BL
BL
RD
COPPER POWER SUPPLY
(USE RATING PLATE)
USE MIN. 75° C FIELD WIRE
WH PU
F USE
HOLDER
BL
RD
OR BR YL
GR GREEN
BLACK
PU PURPLE
RED
YELLOW BR BROWN
WH WHIT E
BLUE
NOTES:
1) RED WIRES TO BE ON TRANSFORMER TERM INAL "3" FOR 240 VOLTS AND ON
TERMINAL "2" F OR 280 VOLT S.
COMPONENT CODE
EM
TB
R
CR
EBTDR
EVAPORATO R MOT OR
TERM INAL BOARD
RELAY
CONTRO L RELAY
ELECTRONIC BLOWER TIME
DELAY RELAY
1 2 34 5
EM
PU
IF REPLACEMENT OF THE ORIGINAL WIRES
SUPPLIED WITH THIS ASSEMBLY IS NECESSARY,
USE WIRE THAT CONFORMS TO THE NATIONAL
ELECTRIC CODE.
RD
2
5
GR
1
3
2) SEE COMPLETE WIRING DIAGRAMS IN INSTALLATIO N INSTRUCTIONS FOR
PROPER LOW VOLTAGE WIRING CONNECTIONS.
C LGN
4
WH
BL
ALTERNATE HEAT RELAY
RD BK
BL
3) CONFIRM SPEED TAP SELECTION IS APPROPRIATE F OR APPLICATION. IF
SPEED TAP NEEDS TO BE CHANGED, CONNECT PURPLE WIRE FROM T ERM INAL 4 OF CR
RELAY TO APPROPRIATE TAP AT TB.
4) BROWN AND WHIT E WIRES ARE USED FOR HEAT KIT S ONLY.
BL
Typical Wiring Schematic ASPT**14** with Electric Heat.
This wiring diagram is for reference only. Not all wiring is as shown above.
Refer to the appropriate wiring diagram for the unit being serviced.
178
BK
RD
YL
BL
C
TR
GR
TRANSFORMER
FEMALE PLUG CONNECTOR
MALE PLUG CONNECTOR
FUSE LINK
THERMAL LIMIT
HEAT ELEMENTS
0140A00063-A
ACCESSORIES WIRING DIAGRAMS
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
3-Phase Heat Kit
25kW Heat Kit
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
179
WIRING DIAGRAMS
S
R
E
L
D
N
A
H
AIR
180
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ACNF
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
181
182
L1
L2
POWER
SUPPLY
RD
RD
BK
PU
DISC
DISC
BL
L2
L1
WH BR
RD
BK
C
T2
T1
BL
BK
RD
RD
RD
BK
*
RD
GR
BK
BK
EBTDR
G
C
COM
NO
*
BL
RD
NC
HTR1
HTR2
SEE NOTE 4
SU
XFMR-C
R
XFMR-R
RD
PU
FL
FL
BK
PU
FC
BK
RD
RD
BK
RD
EM
YL BR RD
SEE NOTE
1
RD
TL
TL
BL
TR
RD
C
*
GR
24V
208V
24V
240V
WH
RD
RD
SEE
NOTE
2
SEE NOTE 5
GR
RD
BL
BR
C
LO
24V
HI
L2
HC
NC
BR
EBTDR
WIRE CODE
GR
G
DISC
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
0140A00278-B
NOTES:
1) TO PLACE UNIT IN LOW SPEED, REMOVE BLACK MOTOR LEAD FROM
ELECTRONIC BLOWER TIME DELAY RELAY (EBTDR) COM TERMINAL AND
REPLACE WITH RED MOTOR LEAD
2) SEE COMPOSITE WIRING DIAGRAMS IN INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
FOR PROPER LOW VOLTAGE WIRING CONNECTIONS.
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE.
3) ASTERISK (*) INDICATES THAT HEATING ELEMENT, THERMAL LIMIT,
CONTACTOR, & INTERCONNECTING WIRES OF HEATER #2 ARE
DELETED WITH SINGLE HEATING ELEMENT UNITS.
4) EBTDR HAS A 7 SECOND ON DELAY WHEN "G" IS ENERGIZED AND A 65
SECOND OFF DELAY WHEN "G" IS DE-ENERGIZED.
5) FOR 208VAC APPLICATIONS MOVE BOTH RED WIRES TO
CENTER TAP
C
CONTACTOR
FC FAN CAPACITOR
TL THERMAL LIMIT
TR TRA NSFORMER
HTR HEATER ELEMENT
HC
HEATER CONTACTOR
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE NOTE 2
WH BL
HC
C
NO
COM
EBTDR
T2
SEE NOTE 5
SEE NOTE 2
GREEN
PURPLE
BROWN
COMPONENT CODE
GR
PU
BR
TL
TL
SEE NOTE
1
HTR1
HTR2
*
208V 240V
FL
*
FL
COLOR CODE
TR
EM
WHITE
BLACK
RED
YELLOW
BLUE
RD
FC
*
T1
208/240 VOLTS
DISC DISCONNECT SWITCH
EM EVAPORATOR MOTOR
EBTDR ELECTRONIC BLOWER TIME
DELAY RELAY
FL FUSIBLE LINK
WH
BK
RD
YL
BL
R
EBTDR
DISC
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ACNF
ADPF, ARPF, ARUF, ATUF
WIRING DIAGRAMS
FL
FL
FL
FL
HTR2 TL
FL
HTR1 TL
FL
HTR1 TL
FL
RD
BK
BK
BK
FL
HTR1 TL
HTR2 TL
FL
RD
2
RD
YL
HTR3 TL
BK
BK
BK
HTR2 TL
HTR3 TL
FL
1
HTR1 TL
1
BK
HTR4 TL
1
BL
BK
RD
2
PU
BK
3
PU
4
M1
R
BK
3
M1
4
M3
M2
6
BK
5
M4
4
R2
RD
5
BR
M3
M2
M4
M5
M7
M6
M8
R1
RD
WH
3
RD
BL
R2
BR
4
5
BK
6
BK
6
RD
6
WH
7
7
BK
8
M1
YL
M2
RD
BK
RD
M4
BK RD
BK
BK
WH
7
BK
M2
BL
BL
RD
BL
M1
R1
R
WH
RD
M3
PU
3
BL
M1
1
2
PU
BK
BL
RD
5
M2
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
YL
2
YL
RD
RD
BL
7
YL
8
RD
YL
BK
8
RD
9
BL
BK
9
8
RD
9
9
L1
L2
L1
ONE (1) ELEMENT ROWS
L2
L1
TWO (2) ELEMENT ROWS
L2
L1 L2
THREE (3) ELEMENT ROWS
L1
L2
L1
L2
FOUR (4) ELEMENT ROWS
NOTE: WHEN INSTALLING HEATER KIT, ENSURE SPEED TAP DOES NOT EXCEED MINIMUM BLOWER SPEED (MBS) SPECIFIED FOR THE AIRHANDLER/HEAT ER
KIT COMBINATION ON THIS UNIT'S S&R PLATE. AFTER INSTALLING OPTIONAL HEAT KIT, MARK AN "X" IN THE
PROVIDED ABOVE.
MARK ACCORDING TO NUMBER OF HEATER ELEMENT ROWS INSTALLED. NO MARK INDICATES NO HEAT KIT INSTALLED.
TERMINAL BLOCK SHOW N
FOR 50HZ MODELS ONLY
BL RD GR WH
L1
L2
BK
RD
PLM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PLF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
EQUIPMENT
GROUND
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
WIRE
USE COPPER
OR ALUMINUM
WIRE
BR
208/240 VOLTS
GRD
L1
SR
L2
PLM 2
1 PLM
1 PLF
3
BK
PU
RD
BL
BR
WH
SEE
NOTE 4
SEE
NOTE
2
PLF
2
EM
RC
LO
M1
EBTDR
M2
BR
HI
WH
1
2
3
4
24V
5
NO
NC
COM
SEE NOTE 1
TR
C
EBTDR R
GR
RD
G
BL
COM
K1
C
BL
SPEEDUP
RD
NO
K1
C
6
SEE NOTE 1
1
2
3
BK
RD
240
TR
PU
5
24V
4
GR
BK BLACK
PU
RD RED
YL YELLOW BR
BL BLUE
WH
BL
BL
M2
5
GREEN
PURPLE
BROWN
WHITE
COMPONENT CODE
SEE
NOTE
3
PU
BK
THREE SPEED MOTOR WIRING
(SELECT MODELS ONLY)
SEE NOTE 3
(M1) RD
(M2) BL
MEDIUM
RC
HIGH
PU
BR
IF REPLACEMENT OF THE ORIGINAL WIRES
SUPPLIED WITH THIS ASSEMBLY IS NECESSARY,
USE WIRE THAT CONFORMS TO THE
NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE.
RD
LOW
(COM) BK
(TR 1)
PU
RC
BR
EM
3 SPEED
BL
EM
BR
EM
RC
SR
R
EBTDR
GR
WIRING CODE
RD
RD
COPPER OR
ALUMINUM
COPPER
POWER
SUPPLY
POWER SUPPLY
(SEERATING
RATING
PLATE)
(SEE
PLATE)
USE MIN. 75°C FIELD WIRE
G
4 PLF
WH BR
COLOR CODE
NC
M1
EBTDR
RD
PU
EBTDR
R
XFMR-R
XFMR-C
RD
BK
SEE NOTE 5
EVAPORATOR MOTOR
RUN CAPACITOR
STRAIN RELIEF
RELAY
ELECTRONIC BLOWER TIME
DELAY RELAY
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE NOTE 2
TR
PLF
PLM
FL
TL
HTR
TRANSFORMER
FEMALE PLUG CONNECTOR
MALE PLUG CONNECTOR
FUSE LINK
THERMAL LIMIT
HEAT ELEMENTS
Notes:
1) Red wires to be on transformer terminal "3" for 240 volts and on terminal "2" for 208 volts.
2) See composite wiring diagrams in installation instructions
for proper low voltage wiring connections.
3) Confirm speed tap selected is appropriate for application. If speed tap needs
to be changed, connect appropriate motor wire (Red for low, Blue for medium,
and Black for high speed) on "COM" connection of the EBTDR.
Inactive motor wires should be connected to "M1 or M2" on EBTDR.
4) Brown and white wires are used with Heat Kits only.
5) EBTDR has a 7 second on delay when "G" is energized and a 65 second off
delay when "G" is de-energized.
0140M00037
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
183
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ADPF, ARPF, ARUF, ATUF
FL
FL
FL
FL
HTR2 TL
FL
HTR1 TL
FL
BK
BK
RD
HTR2 TL
FL
RD
1
RD
HTR3 TL
FL
BK
BK
HTR2 TL
FL
HTR1 TL
BK
HTR1 TL
FL
HTR1 TL
YL
HTR3 TL
BK
1
2
BK
HTR4 TL
1
BL
BK
RD
2
PU
BK
3
BL
PU
4
M1
BK
R
M1
4
M2
5
M4
M3
WH
M1
YL
R2
RD
5
BR
M2
M3
M4
M5
M7
M6
M8
R1
RD
WH
R2
BK
BR
4
5
6
WH
7
7
7
YL
8
RD
YL
BK
8
RD
9
BL
BK
9
8
RD
9
9
L1
L2
L1
ONE (1) ELEMENT ROWS
L2
L1
TWO (2) ELEMENT ROWS
L2
L1
L2
THREE (3) ELEMENT ROWS
L1
L2
L1
L2
FOUR (4) ELEMENT ROWS
NOTE: WHEN INSTALLING HEATER KIT, ENSURE SPEED TAP DOES NOT EXCEED MINIMUM BLOWER SPEED (MBS) SPECIFIED FOR THE AIRHANDLER/HEATER
KIT COMBINATION ON THIS UNIT'S S&R PLATE. AFTER INSTALLING OPTIONAL HEAT KIT, MARK A "X" IN THE
PROVIDED ABOVE.
MARK ACCORDING TO NUMBER OF HEATER ELEMENT ROWS INSTALLED. NO MARK INDICATES NO HEAT KIT INSTALLED.
SEE NOTE 2
BL
TERMINAL BLOCK SHOWN
FOR 50HZ MODELS ONLY
RD GR WH
L1
L2
BK
RD
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER WIRE
208/240 VOLTS
BR
GRD
SR
L1
PLM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PLF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
BK
RD
PU
BL
BR
WH
L2
PLM 2
1 PLM
1 PLF
3
PLF
HI
M1
EBTDR
COM
LO
1
2
3
4
24V
5
NO
NC
M2
BR
WH
2
EM
RC
SEE
NOTE 4
SEE NOTE 1
TR
C
EBTDR R
GR
G
BL
K1
COM
K1
C
BL
SPEEDUP
RD
NO
C
6
SEE NOTE 1
2
1
3
RD
RD
240
TR
PU
5
24V
4
BK
RD
YL
BL
BL
BL
M2
COMPONENT CODE
SEE
NOTE 3
RD
PU
EM
RC
SR
R
EBTDR
NOTES:
THREE SPEED MOTOR WIRING
(SELECT MODELS ONLY)
SEE NOTE 3
(COM) RD
(M1)
(TR 1)
IF REPLACEMENT OF THE ORIGINAL WIRES
SUPPLIED WITH THIS ASSEMBLY IS NECESSARY
USE WIRE THAT CONFORMS TO THE
NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE.
BK
LOW
(M2) BL
MEDIUM
BK
HIGH
PU
BR
PU
RC
G
RC
BR
EM
3 SPEED
4 PLF
EM
BR
GR
BL
WH BR
GR GREEN
BLACK
PU PURPLE
RED
YELLOW BR BROWN
BLUE
WH WHITE
RD
COPPER POWER SUPPLY
(SEE RATING PLATE)
USE MIN. 75°C FIELD WIRE
5
COLOR CODE
NC
M1
EBTDR
RD
PU
EBTDR
R
XFMR-R
XFMR-C
RD
BK
SEE NOTE 5
RD
BK
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
EVAPORATOR MOTOR
TR
RUN CAPACITOR
PLF
STRAIN RELIEF
PLM
FL
RELAY
TL
ELECTRONIC BLOWER TIME
HTR
DELAY RELAY
TRANSFORMER
FEMALE PLUG CONNECTOR
MALE PLUG CONNECTOR
FUSE LINK
THERMAL LIMIT
HEAT ELEMENTS
1) RED WIRES TO BE ON TRANSFORMER TERMINAL "3" FOR 240 VOLTS AND
ON TERMINAL "2" FOR 208 VOLTS
2) SEE COMPOSITE WIRING DIAGRAMS IN INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROPER
LOW VOLTAGE WIRING CONNECTIONS
3) CONFIRM SPEED TAP SELECTED IS APPROPRIATE FOR APPLICATION. IF SPEED TAP
NEEDS TO BE CHANGED, CONNECT APPROPRIATE MOTOR WIRE (RED FOR LOW,
BLUE FOR MEDIUM,AND BLACK FOR HIGH SPEED) ON "COM" CONNECTION OF THE EBTDR
INACTIVE MOTOR WIRES SHOULD BE CONNECTED TO "M1 OR M2" ON EBTDR.
4) BROWN AND WHITE WIRES ARE USED WITH HEAT KITS ONLY.
5) EBTDR HAS A 7 SECOND ON DELAY WHEN "G" IS ENERGIZED AND A 65 SECOND OFF
DELAY WHEN "G" IS DE-ENERGIZED.
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
184
3
RD
BL
BK
RD
6
6
BK
8
B K RD
4
M2
RD
BK
RD
BL
BL
RD
BL
M1
M4
BK
BK
7
BK
M2
R1
6
BK
RD
PU
3
BL
3
M3
R
WH
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
M1
1
2
PU
BK
BL
RD
5
M2
YL
2
YL
RD
RD
0140M00170-E
ADPF, ARPF, ARUF, ATUF
WIRING DIAGRAMS
EFFECTIVE 12/24/14
SEE N OTE S 2 & 6
BL
RD GR WH
L1
L2
BK
RD
PLM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PLF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
BK
RD
PU
BL
BR
WH
TERMINA L BL OC K SH OW N
FOR 5 0HZ MODE LS ONL Y
EQ UIPMENT GR OUND
USE COPPE R W IRE
BR
GRND
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
SR
208/240 VOLTS
SEE
NOT E 4
L1
L2
BR
PLM 2
1 PLM
WH
1 PLF
3
EM
RC
GR
BK
SEE N OTE 5
G
BL
RD
RD
NO
K1
K1
COM
M1
NC
M2
1
C
SPEEDUP
2
3
RD
NC
M2
COM
LO
240
NO
EBTDR
TR
PU
5
C
BL
HI
SEE N OTE 1
PU
EBTDR
R
XFMR-R
XFMR-C
M1
RD
RD
2
PLF
24V
4
BL
BL
1
2
3
4
24V
5
SEE NOTE 1
TR
RD
C
EBTDR R
EBTDR
G
BK
COPP E R PO WER SUP P LY
(SEE RATI NG P LAT E)
USE MIN . 75°C FIE LD WIRE
RD
SEE
NOT E 3
6
5
4 PLF
PU
RD
IF REPLACEMENT OF THE ORIGINAL WIRES
SUPPLIED WITH THIS ASSEMBLY IS NECESSARY
USE WIRE THAT CONFORMS TO THE
NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE.
BK
BL
WH BR
GR
SEE NOTES 2 & 6
RC
BR
COMPONENT CODE
EM
RC
SR
R
EBTDR
TR
PLF
PLM
FL
TL
GRND
EVAPORATOR MOTOR
RUN CAPACITOR
STRAIN RELIEF
RELAY
ELECTRONICBLOWER TIME
DELAY RELAY
TRANSFORMER
FEMALE PLUG CONNECTOR
MALE PLUG CONNECTOR
FUSE LINK
THERMAL LIMIT
GROUND
COLOR CODE
BK
RD
YL
BL
GR
PU
BR
WH
BLACK
RED
YELLOW
BLUE
GREEN
PURPLE
BROWN
WHITE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGHVOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
FIELD WIRING
HIGHVOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
NOTES:
1. RED WIRES TO BE ON TRANSFORMER TERMINAL "3" FOR 240 VOLTS AND
ON TERMINAL "2" FOR 208 VOLTS
2. SEE COMPOSITE WIRING DIAGRAMS IN INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROPER
LOW VOLTAGE WIRING CONNECTIONS
EM
BR
THREE SP E ED MO T OR WIRING
(SE LEC T MOD ELS ONLY)
SEE N OTE 3
(COM) RD
LOW
(M2) BL
MEDIUM
(M1) BK
(TR 1)
HIGH
PU
BR
EM
3 SPEED
PU
RC
3. CONFIRM SPEED TAP SELECTED IS APPROPRIATE FOR APPLICATION. IF SPEED TAP
NEEDS TO BE CHANGED, CONNECT APPROPRIATE MOTORWIRE (RED FOR LOW,
BLUE FOR MEDIUM, AND BLACK FOR HIGH SPEED) ON "COM" CONNECTION OF THE EBTDR
INACTIVE MOTORWIRES MUST BE CONNECTED TO "M1 OR M2"ON EBTDR.
4. BROWN AND WHITE WIRES ARE USED WITH HEAT KITS ONLY.
5. EBTDR HAS A 7 SECOND ON DELAY WHEN "G" IS ENERGIZED AND A 65 SECOND OFF
DELAY WHEN "G" IS DE-ENERGIZED.
6. LOW VOLTAGE FIELD WIRING TO BE N.E.C CLASS 2 WIRES.
0140A00245-A
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
185
WIRING DIAGRAMS
AEPF
FL
FL
FL
FL
HTR2 TL
FL
HTR1 TL
FL
R
BK
HTR2 TL
FL
HTR2 TL
HTR3 TL
FL
BK
R
R
1
BK
BK
BK
FL
HTR1 TL
BK
HTR1 TL
FL
HTR1 TL
Y
HTR3 TL
1
BK
2
HTR4 TL
1
BL
BK
R
2
PU
BK
3
BL
PU
4
M1
BK
R
M1
3
M2
5
M4
BK R
M1
R
5
BR
M3
M2
M4
M5
M7
M6
M8
R1
W
3
R
4
Y
R2
R
R2
BL
4
BR
5
BK
6
BK
6
R
W
6
7
7
7
Y
BK
8
BL
BL
BL
M2
R
BK
R
3
R
M1
M4
BK
BK
W
7
BK
M3
M2
R1
6
BK
R
1
2
PU
BL
M1
4
M3
R
W
PU
BK
BL
R
5
M2
8
R
Y
BK
8
R
9
8
BL
BK
9
R
9
9
L1
L2
L1
ONE (1) ELEMENT ROWS
L2
L1 L2
TWO (2) ELEMENT ROWS
L1
L2
THREE (3) ELEMENT ROWS
L1 L2
L1
L2
FOUR (4) ELEMENT ROWS
AFTER INSTALLING OPTIONAL HEAT KIT, MARK AN "X" IN THE
PROVIDED ABOVE.
MARK ACCORDING TO NUMBER OF HEATER ELEMENT ROWS INSTALLED
NO MARK INDICATES NO HEAT KIT INSTALLED
TO
C O NDEN SER
TO
TH ERM O STAT
YCO N O
W 1 C Y1 Y/Y2
R
C W2 W 2 R
O
G
* SEE N OTE 7
L O W V OLTA GE
FIE L D CO NNE CTIO N
B OX
208/240 VOLTS
R
PL 1
2
PL 2
2
SE E N O TE 8
O
BL
W
BR
B L PU Y
O P L1
R G
1
2
3
4
5
67
P L2
1
2
3
4
5
6
BR
8
9
8
9
1
7
1
PL 1
1
PL 2
TO L OW VO LTAG E
TER MINAL BOARD
EM
BK
Y
R
2
3
TR
BL
240
1
R
Y
4 2 4 VO LT
TR
BK
4
BL
R
J1
208
2
2 4V
3
C OM
5
5
5 PL 2
6
O
BR
R
HUM
BL
BR
R
W1
OT
2
OT
1
Y CO N
IN4005
DIODE
PJ4
OT
C
O
W W2
Y1
E W1
N O TE DIO D E
O N V STB
Y
Y2
G
C
*SEE N O TE 7
W
SE E NO T E 2
SE E N O TE 3
BK
SEE NO TE 1
PU
Y1
R
24 VAC
W2 C
BL
PL 2
S EE
N OTE 4
PJ2
P J6
R
4
PL 2
S EE N O TE 5
W2
BR
THERMOS TATS
O OTC OT1 OT2
C
R
W1
G
G
HUM
HUMIDISTAT
Y/Y2
Y1
DS 1
J2 J3
HEATE R
R
W
E\W1
ED
PJ4
PJ2
BL
O UT D O O R
W2
W2
BR
W/W2
W1
PJ6
W
BL
CONDE NSERHEATP UMP
R Y CON COM O
OT1
OT2
HUM
P N. B1368270 RE V.A
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
Y
2
Y
R
R
C O LO R C ODE
Y
R
BL
BR
W
R
W
BK
R
Y
BL
G
W HITE
BL AC K
R ED
YE LLO W
BL UE
G
PU
BR
0
PK
W IRIN G COD E
G RE EN
PURPL E
BROW N
O RANG E
PIN K
FAC TO RY W IRIN G
HIG H VO LTAG E
LO W VO LTA GE
FIEL D W IRIN G
HIG H VO LTAG E
LO W VO LTA GE
C O MPO N ENT C O DE
EM
PL
PJ2 ,PJ 4,PJ6
VSTB
FL
EVA PO RATO R M O TO R
PL UG
PRO GRAM JU MPER
VAR IAB LE SP EE D
TER MINAL BOA RD
FU SE LI NK
TL
H TR
R
TR
TH ERM AL LIMIT
H EAT EL EME NT
R EL AY
TR A NS F O RMER
EM
C OPP ER
POW ER SUPPLY
(SE E RATIN G PL ATE)
EQ UIPM EN T GRO UN D
U SE COPP ER W IR E
NOTES:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
FOR HEAT PUMP APPLICATIONS REMOVE ORANGE JUMPER WIRE BET WEEN O & Y1.
FOR TWO STAGE ELECTRIC HEAT APPLICATIONS CUT PJ4. (USE ONLY ON 15 & 20 KW MODELS).
FOR OUTDOOR THERMOSTAT OPERATION OF SECOND STAGE HEAT, CUT PJ2 & ADD OT18-60 TO OTC & OT2 .
FOR SINGLE STAGE COOLING APPLICATIONS CONNECT THERMOSTAT TO Y/Y2 ONLY,
TAPE OR REMOVE Y1 CONNECTION. CONNECT C ONDENSING UNIT TO YCON & C.
WHEN HUMIDSTAT IS PROVIDED CUT PJ6. THERMOSTAT OPEN S ON HUMIDITY RISE.
RED WIRES TO BE ON TRAN SFORMER TERMINAL 3 FOR 2 40 VOLT S AND ON TERMINAL 2 FOR 208 VOLTS.
SEE COMPOSITE WIRING D IAGRAMS IN INSTALLATION INSTR UCTIONS FOR PROPER LOW VOLTAGE
CONNECTIONS AND DETAILS ON COMPATIBLE THERMOSTATS AND THEIR CONNECTIONS.
DISCARD ORIGINAL "PL1" PLUG CONNECTOR WHEN INSTALLING OPTIONAL HEAT KIT.
C ONTRO LS S HOW N WITH U TILIT IE S IN "O N" PO S ITIO N A ND TH ERM OSTAT IN "O FF" PO SIT ION .
IF REP LAC EM ENT O F THE O RIG INAL W IR ES SU PPL IED W ITH THIS ASS EM B LY IS N EC ESSAR Y, U SE 1 0 5°C . W IRE . SIZE TO CONFO RM T O T HE NATIO NA L EL ECT RI C C ODE .
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
186
0 1 40 A0 0000 P
WIRING DIAGRAMS
AEPF******CA
FL
HTR1 TL
HTR1 TL
FL
FL
PL1
BK
HTR2
TL
BK
RD
2
HTR2
TL
HTR 1 TL
BK
FL
RD
FL
BK
RD
HTR 3 TL
PL1
TL
BK
HTR 2 TL
YL
PL1
FL
1
HTR 4 TL
2
PU
3
YL
PU
4
RD
R
BK
M1
BK
5
M4
BK
WH
7
RD
M4
BL
BK RD
4
M1
YL
M2
R2
BR
RD
5
M3
M2
WH
3
BL
M4
M5
M7
M6
M8
R1
BK
RD
RD
R2
BL
4
BR
5
BK
6
BK
6
BK
RD
BK
8
M2
1
2
BL
RD
M1
R1
M2
BK
RD
M3
BK
PU
3
BL
4
R
6
WH
YL
PU
M1
M3
BL
2
BK
3
BL
5
M2
RD
RD
BL
M1
WH
RD
6
7
7
7
YL
8
RD
BK
RD
8
9
YL
BL
BK
9
8
RD
9
9
L1
L2
L1
ONE(1) ELEMENTROWS
L2
L1 L2 L1 L2
TWO(2)ELEMENTROWS
THREE(3)ELEMENTROWS
L1 L2 L1 L2
FOUR(4)ELEMENT ROWS
AFTERINSTALLINGOPTIONALHEATKIT, MARKA"X"INTHE
PROVIDEDABOVE.
MARKACCORDINGTONUMBEROFHEATERELEMENTROWSINSTALLED
NOMARKINDICATESNOHEATKITINSTALLED
TO
CONDENSER
*SEE NOTE 7
LOWVOLTAGE
FIELDCONNECTION
BOX
O
TO
THERMOSTAT
208/240VOLTS
W1 C Y1 Y/Y2
W2 W2 R
G
YCON
R
C
RD
PL1
2
PL2
2
SEENOTE8
YL
FORHEAT
PUMPS ONLY
OR
RD BL
BR
WH
BL
BR
PU
1
PL1
1
PL2
TOLOWVOLTAGE
TERMINALBOARD
EM
BK
YL
RD GR
PL1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PL 2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
EQUIPMENTGROUND
USECOPPER WIRE
1
2
3
TR
BL
RD
O
R
Y1
R
24 VAC
W2 C
O
THERM OSTATS
OTC OT1 OT2
C
W1
HEATER
G
Y1
H UMIDISTAT
HUM
Y/Y2
DS1
J2 J3
E\W1
ED
PJ4
OU TDOO R
W2
W2
VSTB
BL
RD
W/ W 2
W1
PJ2
PJ6
BR
240
1
RD
5
208
2
RD
24V
5
24VOLT
4
4
BL
BL
CONDENSER HEATPUMP
OT1
R YC ON COM O
OT2
WH
TR
BK
YL
J1
HUM
PN. B1368270REV.A
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
TL
HTR1
HTR3
1
BK
RD
BK
FL
PL1
1
BK
FL
FL
FL
PL2
6
4
PL2
WH
W2
W1
YCON
BR
3
COM
OR
5
RD
BR
BL
RD
R
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USECOPPER WIRE
WH
PJ2
PJ6
BR
HUM
BL
OT
2
OT
1
IN4005
DIODE
PJ4
OT
C
O
W W2
Y1
E W1
NOTEDIODE
ON VSTB
Y
Y2
G
C
*SEENOTE7
SEENOTE2
SEENOTE3
BK
PL2
SEE
NOTE4
SEENOTE5
SEENOTE1
PU
GR
COLORCODE
YL
RD
BL
BR
WH
RD
WH
BK
RD
YL
BL
GR
EQUIPMENTGROUND
USECOPPERWIRE
WHITE
BLACK
RED
YELLOW
BLUE
GR
PU
BR
0R
PK
WIRINGCODE
GREEN
PURPLE
BROWN
ORANGE
PINK
FACTORYWIRING
HIGHVOLTAGE
LOWVOLTAGE
FIELDWIRING
HIGHVOLTAGE
LOWVOLTAGE
COMPONENTCODE
EM
PL
PJ2,PJ4,PJ6
VSTB
FL
EVAPORATOR MOTOR
PLUG
PROGRAM JUMPER
VARIABLE SPEED
TERMINALBOARD
FUSELINK
TL
HTR
R
TR
THERMALLIMIT
HEATELEMENT
RELAY
TRANSFORMER
EM
COPPER
POWER SUPPLY
(SEERATINGPLATE)
NOTES:
1.FORHEATPUMPAPPLICATIONS REMOVEORANGEJUMPERWIREBETWEEN O& Y1.
2.FORTWOSTAGEELECTRICHEATAPPLICATIONSCUT PJ4.(USE ONLYON15& 20KWMODELS).
3.FOROUTDOORTHERMOSTATOPERATIONOFSECONDSTAGEHEAT,CUTPJ2 &ADDOT18-60TO OTC&OT2.
4.FORSINGLESTAGE COOLINGAPPLICATIONS CONNECTTHERMOSTATTOY/Y2ONLY,
TAPE ORREMOVEY1 CONNECTION. CONNECTCONDENSINGUNITTOYCON& C.
5.WHENHUMIDSTATISPROVIDEDCUTPJ6.THERMOSTATOPENS ONHUMIDITYRISE.
6.REDWIRESTOBEONTRANSFORMER TERMINAL3 FOR240 VOLTSANDON TERMINAL2 FOR208VOLTS.
7.SEE COMPOSITEWIRINGDIAGRAMSININSTALLATIONINSTRUCTIONSFORPROPERLOWVOLTAGE
CONNECTIONSANDDETAILS ONCOMPATIBLETHERMOSTATSANDTHEIRCONNECTIONS.
8.DISCARDORIGINAL"PL1"PLUG CONNECTORWHENINSTALLINGOPTIONALHEATKIT.
CONTROLSSHOWNWITHUTILITIESIN"ON"POSITIONANDTHERMOSTATIN"OFF"POSITION.
0140A00041-B
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
187
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
188
AR[090-120]4
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
1) RED WIRES TO BE ON TRANSFORMER TERMINAL "3" FOR 240 VOLTS
AND ON TERMINAL "2" FOR 208 VOLTS.
2) SEE COMPOSITE WIRING DIAGRAMS IN INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
FOR PROPER LOW VOLTAGE WIRING CONNECTIONS.
3) CONFIRM SPEED TAP SELECTED IS APPROPRIATE FOR APPLICATION.
IF SPEED TAP NEEDS TO BE CHANGED, CONNECT APPROPRIATE
MOTOR WIRE (RED FOR LOW, BLUE FOR MEDIUM, AND BLACK FOR
HIGH SPEED) ON "COM" CONNECTION OF THE EBTDR.
INACTIVE MOTOR WIRES MUST BE CONNECTED TO "M1 OR M2"
ON EBTDR.
4) BROWN AND WHITE WIRES ARE USED WITH HEAT KITS ONLY.
5) EBTDR HAS A 7 SECOND ON DELAY WHEN "G" IS ENERGIZED
AND A 65 SECOND OFF DELAY WHEN "G" IS DE-ENERGIZED.
6) LOW VOLTAGE FIELD WIRING TO BE N.E.C CLASS 2 WIRES.
NOTES:
BK
RD
PU
RC
BK
(M1)
(TR 1)
PU
RD
BL
(COM)
(M2)
RD
RD
BK
C
PU
PU
3
BL
5
1
2
BL
4
EM
BR 3 SPEED
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
BK
2
1
PLM
4
2
3
GRD
RD
L2
1
BK
L1
PLF
SEE
NOTE 3
NC
M2
NO
THREE SPEED MOTOR WIRING
(SELECT MODELS ONLY)
SEE NOTE 3
M1
K1
SEE NOTE 5
BR
EBTDR
WH
SR
SPEEDUP
C
R
XFMR-R
XFMR-C
G
BR
TERMINAL BLOCK SHOWN
FOR 50HZ MODELS ONLY
COPPER POWER SUPPLY
(SEE RATING PLATE)
USE MIN. 75°C FIELD WIRE
BL
GR
RD
SUPPLIED WITH THIS ASSEMBLY IS NECESSARY
USE WIRE THAT CONFORMS TO THE
NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE.
IF REPLACEMENT OF THE ORIGINAL WIRES
BL
RD
BL RD GR WH
SEE NOTES 2 & 6
RD
3
RC
BL
240
BR
BR
RD
8
8
EM
BK
SEE
NOTE 4
7
7
SEE NOTE 1
WH
BR
RD
6
6
5
5
PU
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER WIRE
9
9
GR
RED
PU
YELLOW BR
BLUE
WH
BLACK
COLOR CODE
RD
R
4
1
RC
5
5
3
PURPLE
BROWN
WHITE
GREEN
WH BR
6
24V
2
EM
COMPONENT CODE
EVAPORATOR MOTOR
EM
RUN CAPACITOR
RC
STRAIN RELIEF
SR
R
RELAY
EBTDR
ELECTRONIC BLOWER
TIME DELAY RELAY
BK
RD
YL
BL
EBTDR
TR
1 PLM
1 PLF
L1
M2
M1
BL
C
EBTDR
NO
PLM
EBTDR
TR
PLF
PLM
FL
TL
GR
G
2
0140A00242-A
TRANSFORMER
FEMALE PLUG CONNECTOR
MALE PLUG CONNECTOR
FUSE LINK
THERMAL LIMIT
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
4 PLF
L2
PLF 2
COM
NC
3
SEE NOTE 1
LO
HI
208/240
VOLTS
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ARPT**14**/ARUF**14**
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
189
190
RD
BK
M2
M1
C
PU
WH
BL
BK
RD
BK
BL
NO NC
EBTDR
COM
GR
RD
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
BK
L1
RD
L2
FL
FL
BK
M2
M1
BK
RD
R
M4
M3
PU
WH
BL
BK
RD
BK
RD
TWO (2) ELEMENT ROWS
RD
HTR1 TL
HTR2 TL
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
L1
BK
RD
L2
L1
YL
BK
L2
RD
M2
M2
M1
YL
R2
BL
RD
BK
WH
PU
BR
RD
BL
BK
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
THREE (3) ELEMENT ROWS
RD
YL
R1
M4
M3
RD
BK
HTR2 TL
HTR1 TL
H TR 3 TL
M1
BK
FL
FL
FL
L1
BK
RD
L2
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
IF REPLACEMENT OF THE ORIGINAL WIRES
SUPPLIED WITH THIS ASSEMBLY IS NEC ESSARY,
USE WIRE THAT CONFORMS TO THE
NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE.
BL
RD
RD
GR
RD
CR
BL
RD
WH
BR
A
7
BL
B
1
4
BL
SEE
NOTE 3
RD
PLF
PLM
RD
TERMINAL BLOCK SHOWN
FOR 50HZ MODELS ONLY
R C G W1 W2 Y1 Y2 O DH 1 2 3 4 5
SEE NOTE 2
BK
1
1
BK
L1
RD
BK
RD
2
2
RD
L2
C
BK
3
3
BL
5
1
24V
2
BL
4
4
GRD
RD
4
3
RD
BR
5
5
240
RD BK
BL
TR
7
7
BL
89
8
CLGN
EM
1 2345
SEE
NOTE 4
SEE NOTE 1
WH
6
6
9
EQUIPMENT
GROUND
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE
COPPER
OR ALUMINUM
USE
COPPER
WIREWIRE
TR
5
5
3
GREEN
PURPLE
BROWN
WHITE
A
TR
PLF
PLM
FL
TL
HTR
7
L1
CR
TRANSFORMER
FEMALE PLUG CONNECTOR
MALE PLUG CONNECTOR
FUSE LINK
THERMAL LIMIT
HEAT ELEMENTS
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
2
FL
HTR1 TL
M2
M1
4
L2
BL
BK
PU
M6
M5
BL
YL
BL
R2
M8
M7
RD
BK
WH
BR
RD
BL
BK
C
1
2
3
4
5
G
C
EM
XFMR-C
XFMR-R
R
1
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
NO NC
0140A00034
EBTDR
COM
FOUR (4) ELEMENT ROWS
RD
YL
R1
M4
M3
BK RD
HTR 4 TL
HTR3 TL
HTR2 TL
BK
RD
FL
FL
FL
BL
YL
Notes:
1) Red wires to be on transformer terminal "3" for 240 volts and on terminal "2" for 208 volts.
2) See composite wiring diagrams in installation instructions
for proper low voltage wiring connections.
3) Confirm speed tap selected is appropriate for application. If speed tap needs
to be changed, connect red wire from terminal 4 of CR relay to appropriate tap
at TB
4) Brown and white wires are used with Heat Kits only.
EVAPORATOR MOTOR
TERMINAL BOARD
RELAY
CONTROL RELAY
ELECTRONIC BLOWER TIME
DELAY RELAY
COMPONENT CODE
EM
TB
R
CR
EBTDR
4 PLF
B
SEE NOTE 1
L2
PLM 2
PLF
R C G W1 W2 Y1 Y2 O DH 1 2 3 4 5
6
24V
2
COLOR CODE
4
1
EM
CLGN
GR
BK BLACK
PU
RD RED
YL YELLOW BR
WH
BL BLUE
1 PLF
1 PLM
L1
208/240 VOLTS
NOTE: WHEN INSTALLING HEATER KIT, ENSURE SPEED TAP DOES NOT EXCEED MINIMUM BLOWER SPEED (MBS) SPECIFIED FOR THE AIRHANDLER/HEAT ER
KIT COMBINATION ON THIS UNIT'S S&R PLATE. AFTER INSTALLING OPTIONAL HEAT KIT, MARK AN "X" IN THE
PROVIDED ABOVE.
MARK ACCORDING TO NUMBER OF HEATER ELEMENT ROWS INSTALLED. NO MARK INDICATES NO HEAT KIT INSTALLED.
ONE (1) ELEMENT ROWS
RD
G
XFMR-C
XFMR-R
R
L2
BK
R
HTR1 TL
COPPER OR
ALUMINUM
COPPER
POWER
SUPPLY
POWER SUPPLY
(SEERATING
RATING
PLATE)
(SEE
PLATE)
USE MIN.
75°C
FIELDFIELD
WIRE WIRE
USE
MIN.
75°C
GR
BL
L1
BK
FL
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASPF******AA
L2
BK
R
BK
M2
M1
PU
WH
BL
BK
RD
BK
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
PLM
ONE (1) ELEMENT ROWS
RD
HTR1 TL
L1
RD
BK
L2
FL
FL
BK
M2
BK
RD
R
M1
M4
M3
PU
WH
BL
BK
RD
RD
BK
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
PLM
TWO (2) ELEMENT ROWS
RD
HTR1 TL
HTR2 TL
L1
BK
RD
L2
BK
L2
RD
M2
BK
M2
M4
R2
WH
PU
BR
RD
BL
BK
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
PLM
THREE (3) ELEMENT ROWS
RD
YL
R1
M1
M3
RD
BL
RD
HTR2 TL
YL
BK
HTR1 TL
HTR3 TL
M1
BK
L1
YL
FL
FL
FL
L1
BK
RD
L2
FL
L1
YL
BL
HTR3 TL
HTR2 TL
HTR1 TL
M2
L2
RD
BL
BK
M6
M5
PU
BL
YL
R2
M8
M7
BL
RD
BK
WH
BR
RD
BL
BK
FOUR (4) ELEMENT ROWS
RD
YL
R1
M4
M3
BK RD
HTR4 TL
M1
BK
FL
FL
FL
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
PLM
RD
COPPER OR ALUMINUM
POWER SUPPLY
(SEE RATING PLATE)
USE MIN. 75°C FIELD WIRE
WH
IF REPLACEMENT OF THE ORIGINAL WIRES
SUPPLIED WITH THIS ASSEMBLY IS NECESSARY,
USE WIRE THAT CONFORMS TO THE
NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE.
COPPER POWER SUPPLY
(SEE RATING PLATE)
USE MIN. 75°C FIELD WIRE
RD
GR
BL
RD
BR
GR
CR
RD
WH
3
1
BL
5
2
4
SEE
NOTE 3
BL
WH
PU
PLF
PLM
TERMINAL BLOCK SHOWN
FOR 50HZ MODELS ONLY
R C G W1 W2 Y1 Y2 O DH 1 2 3 4 5
SEE NOTE 2
RD
BK
RD
2
2
C
BK
3
3
BL
RD
BK
RD
L2
1
1
BK
L1
2
24V
1
5
BL
4
4
GRD
3
4
240
BL
RD
BK
FUSE
HOLDER
BL
TR
7
7
BL
8
8
9
9
C L GN
EM
12345
OR BR YL
WH PU
SEE
NOTE 4
SEE NOTE 1
WH
BR
RD
6
6
5
5
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER OR ALUMINUM WIRE
4
6
24V
2
5
5
3
4 PLF
3
SEE NOTE 1
1
COLOR CODE
WIRING CODE
2
2
CR
4
5
Notes:
1) Red wires to be on transformer terminal "3" for 240 volts and on terminal "2" for 208 volts.
2) See composite wiring diagrams in installation instructions
for proper low voltage wiring connections.
3) Confirm speed tap selected is appropriate for application. If speed tap needs
to be changed, connect purple wire from terminal 4 of CR relay to appropriate tap
at TB
4) Brown and white wires are used with Heat Kits only.
TRANSFORMER
FEMALE PLUG CONNECTOR
MALE PLUG CONNECTOR
FUSE LINK
THERMAL LIMIT
HEAT ELEMENTS
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
EVAPORATOR MOTOR
TR
TERMINAL BOARD
PLF
RELAY
PLM
FL
CONTROL RELAY
TL
ELECTRONIC BLOWER TIME
HTR
DELAY RELAY
COMPONENT CODE
L2
PLM 2
PLF
R C G W1 W2 Y1 Y2 O DH 1 2 3 4 5
1
C L GN
EM
208/240 VOLTS
GR GREEN
BK BLACK
PU PURPLE
RD RED
YL YELLOW BR BROWN
WH WHITE
BL BLUE
TR
EM
TB
R
CR
EBTDR
1 PLF
1 PLM
L1
FUSE
HOLDER
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER WIRE
1
2
3
4
5
0140A00037
REV B
C
EM
NOTE: WHEN INSTALLING HEATER KIT, ENSURE SPEED TAP DOES NOT EXCEED MINIMUM BLOWER SPEED (MBS) SPECIFIED FOR THE AIRHANDLER/HEATER
KIT COMBINATION ON THIS UNIT'S S&R PLATE. AFTER INSTALLING OPTIONAL HEAT KIT, MARK AN "X" IN THE
PROVIDED ABOVE.
MARK ACCORDING TO NUMBER OF HEATER ELEMENT ROWS INSTALLED. NO MARK INDICATES NO HEAT KIT INSTALLED.
L1
BK
FL
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASPF******BA
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
191
ASPF******CA
WIRING DIAGRAMS
FL
TL
FL
FL
FL
TL
HTR1
FL
HTR1
FL
TL
HTR1
HTR2
FL
HTR2
FL
TL
BK
BK
BK
RD
1
TL
RD
HTR3
FL
BL
M1
M1
M3
4
M2
M4
5
5
M2
WH
WH
RD
4
YL
M2
RD
R2
BR
BK RD
M1
M3
M4
M2
5
RD
M7
M6
M8
R1
WH
BK
6
R2
BR
4
5
RD
WH
6
7
YL
8
RD
8
BL
BK
9
RD
9
9
L2
L1
L1
L2
ONE (1) ELEMENT ROWS
L2
L1
L2
TWO (2) ELEMENT ROWS
L1
L2
L1
L2
FOUR (4) ELEMENT ROWS
THREE (3) ELEMENT ROWS
NOTE:WHEN INSTALLING HEATER KIT, ENSURE SPEED TAP DOES NOT EXCEED MINIMUM BLOWER SPEED (MBS) SPECIFIED FOR THE AIRHANDLER/HEATER
KIT COMBINATION ON THIS UNIT'S S&R PLATE. AFTER INSTALLING OPTIONAL HEAT KIT, MARK A "X" IN THE
PROVIDED ABOVE.
MARK ACCORDING TO NUMBER OF HEATER ELEMENT ROWS INSTALLED. NO MARK INDICATES NO HEAT KIT INSTALLED.
208/240VOLTS
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER WIRE
GRD
SEE NOTE 2
R C G W1 W2 Y1 Y2 O DH 1 2 3 4 5
L1
L1
L2
L2
1
PLM 2
PLM
EM
PLM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PLF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
BK
RD
BL
BR
WH
1
PLF
L GN
PLF
2
RD
GR
SEE NOTE 1
1
SEE
NOTE 4
BR
2
5
3
TR
WH
3
BL
RD
WH
4
24V
6
2
1
5
4
CR
5
4 PLF
1
2
3
4
5
PU
CR
BK
4
WH
RD
2
5
1
3
SEE
NOTE3
SEE
NOTE 1
BK
RD
C
1
5
C
2
3
R C G W1 W2 Y1 Y2 O DH 1 2 3 4 5
24V
240
COLOR CODE
BL
BL
BL
RD
WIRING CODE
4
BK BLACK
GR GREEN
RD RED
PU PURPLE
YL YELLOW BR BROWN
BL BLUE
WH WHITE
BL
BL
WH PU
FUSE
HOLDER
OR BR YL
12 34 5
COPPER POWER SUPPLY
(USE RATING PLATE)
USE MIN. 75° C FIELD WIRE
EM
COMPONENTCODE
EM
TB
R
CR
EBTDR
C L GN
EVAPORATOR MOTOR
TERMINAL BOARD
RELAY
CONTROL RELAY
ELECTRONIC BLOWER TIME
DELAY RELAY
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOWVOLTAGE
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOWVOLTAGE
TR
PLF
PLM
FL
TL
HTR
TRANSFORMER
FEMALE PLUG CONNECTOR
MALE PLUG CONNECTOR
FUSE LINK
THERMAL LIMIT
HEAT ELEMENTS
BL
RD BK
IF REPLACEMENT OF THE ORIGINAL WIRES
SUPPLIED WITH THIS ASSEMBLY IS NECESSARY,
USE WIRE THAT CONFORMS TO THE NATIONAL
ELECTRIC CODE.
EM
RD
TR
GR
RD
NOTES:
1) RED WIRES TO BE ON TRANSFORMER TERMINAL "3" FOR 240 VOLTS AND ON TERMINAL
"2" FOR 280 VOLTS.
2) SEE COMPLETE WIRING DIAGRAMS ININSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROPER LOW
VOLTAGE WIRING CONNECTIONS.
3) CONFIRM SPEED TAP SELECTION IS APPROPRIATE FOR APPLICATION. IF SPEED TAP
NEEDS TO BE CHANGED, CONNECT PURPLE WIRE FROM TERMINAL 4 OF CR RELAY TO
APPROPRIATE TAP AT TB
4) BROWN AND WHITE WIRES ARE USED FOR HEAT KITS ONLY.
0140A00040-D
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
192
RD
BL
7
YL
8
9
M5
BK
BK
RD
3
BL
BK
BK
7
8
M1
M4
1
2
BL
3
RD
BL
6
BK
RD
BK
7
BK
M3
M2
R1
6
BK
L1
RD
R
R
BK
3
BL
BK
4
BK
PU
PU
FUSE
HOLDER
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
RD
BL
M1
YL
PU
BL
1
2
YL
RD
RD
RD
BK
BK
2
3
YL
TL
HTR4
1
2
PU
RD
TL
HTR3
BK
BK
TL
BK
TL
HTR2
HTR1
FL
TL
L2
BK
R
RD
TL
PU
WH
BL
BK
RD
BK
ONE (1) ELEMENT ROWS
BK
M2
M1
H TR 1
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
RD
L1
BK
L2
FL
FL
M2
RD
M4
M3
TL
TL
WH
PU
BK
BL
RD
RD
BK
TWO (2) ELEMENT ROWS
BK
RD
BK
R
M1
HTR2
HTR1
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
L1 L2
BK
RD
BK
RD
YL
R1
M4
M3
BK
M2
R2
BL
TL
YL
M1
BK
RD
TL
TL
WH
PU
BR
RD
BL
BK
THREE (3) ELEMENT ROWS
L2
RD
M2
RD
HTR3
HTR2
HTR1
M1
BK
L1
YL
FL
FL
FL
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
L1
BK
RD
L2
L1
YL
BL
HTR1
HTR3
HTR2
M2
L2
RD
BK
TL
BL
R2
M8
M7
BL
RD
YL
TL
TL
TL
WH
BR
RD
BL
BK
1
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
FOUR (4) ELEMENT ROWS
M6
M5
PU
BL
BK
RD
YL
R1
M4
M3
BK RD
HTR4
M1
BK
FL
FL
FL
FL
WH
GR
GR
B
A
BL
1
7
4
RD or BK
CR
BL
WH
PU
COPPER POWER SUPPLY
(USE RATING PLATE)
USE MIN. 75° C FIELD WIRE
RD
BR
WH
RD
BK
5
5
3
2
1
GR
4
WH
BR
BL
240
BL
TR
BL
RD BK
BL
FUSE
HOLDER
(OPTIONAL)
WH
4
3
7
7
SEE
NOTE 1
6
6
9
9
CL GN
EM
12 34 5
OR BR YL
WH PU
SEE
NOTE 4
8
8
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER WIRE
5
5
RD
PU
BL
2
24V
1
BL
4
4
BL
RD or BK
C
BK
BK
3
3
RD
RD
2
1
2
1
GRD
L2
L1
ALTERNATE HEAT RELAY
PLM
PLF
IF REPLACEMENT OF THE ORIGINAL WIRES
SUPPLIED WITH THIS ASSEMBLY IS NECESSARY,
USE WIRE THAT CONFORMS TO THE NATIONAL
ELECTRIC CODE.
RD or BK
BL
RD
R C G W1 W2 Y1 Y2 O DH 1 2 3 4 5
SEE NOTE 2
TR
4
24V
2
6
5
5
3
4 PLM
B
A
SEE NOTE 1
L2
2
PLF 2
PLM
R C G W 1 W 2 Y1 Y2 O DH 1 2 3 4 5
1
L GN
EM
208/240 VOLTS
4
3
CR
1
7
1
1) RED WIRES TO BE ON TRANSFORMER TERMINAL "3" FOR 240 VOLTS AND ON
TERMINAL "2" FOR 208 VOLTS.
2) SEE COMPLETE WIRING DIAGRAMS IN INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR
PROPER LOW VOLTAGE WIRING CONNECTIONS.
3) CONFIRM SPEED TAP SELECTION IS APPROPRIATE FOR APPLICATION. IF
SPEED TAP NEEDS TO BE CHANGED, CONNECT PURPLE WIRE FROM TERMINAL 4
OF CR RELAY TO APPROPRIATE TAP AT TB
4) BROWN AND WHITE WIRES ARE USED FOR HEAT KITS ONLY.
5) FUSE: 3A, 250V, 3AG CARTRIDGE FUSE.
NOTES:
FUSE
HOLDER
(OPTIONAL)
1 PLM
1 PLF
L1
CR
1
2
3
4
5
C
EM
ALTERNATE HEAT RELAY
2
4
5
BLACK
RED
YELLOW
BLUE
GR
PU
BR
WH
GREEN
PURPLE
BROWN
WHITE
COLOR CODE
CR
EM
FL
HTR
PLF
PLM
R
TB
TR
TL
0140A00063-B
CONTROL RELAY
EVAPORATOR MOTOR
FUSE LINK
HEAT ELEMENTS
FEMALE PLUG CONNECTOR
MALE PLUG CONNECTOR
RELAY
TERMINAL BOARD
TRANSFORMER
THERMAL LIMIT
COMPONENT CODE
BK
RD
YL
BL
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
NOTE: WHEN INSTALLING HEATER KIT, ENSURE SPEED TAP DOES NOT EXCEED MINIMUM BLOWER SPEED (MBS) SPECIFIED FOR THE AIRHANDLER/HEAT ER KIT COMBINATION ON THIS
UNIT'S S&R PLATE. AFTER INSTALLING OPTIONAL HEAT KIT, MARK A "X" IN THE BOX PROVIDED ABOVE. MARK ACCORDING TO NUMBER OF HEATER ELEMENT ROWS INSTALLED. NO MARK
INDICATES NO HEAT KIT INSTALLED.
L1
BK
FL
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASPF******C*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
193
194
WH
RD or BK
B
A
BL
1
4
7
WH
COPPER POWER SUPPLY
(USE RATING PLATE)
USE MIN. 75° C FIELD WIRE
GR
CR
PU
IF REPLACEMENT OF THE ORIGINAL WIRES
SUPPLIED WITH THIS ASSEMBLY IS NECESSARY,
USE WIRE THAT CONFORMS TO THE NATIONAL
ELECTRIC CODE.
RD
BR
WH
PLM
PLF
1. RED W IRES TO BE ON TRANSFORMER TERMINAL "3" FOR 240 VOLTS AND ON
TERMINAL "2" FOR 208 VOLTS.
2. SEE COMPLETE W IRING DIAGRAMS IN INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR
PROPER LOW VOLTAGE W IRING CONNECTIONS.
3. CONFIRM SPEED TAP SELECTION IS APPROPRIATE FOR APPLICATION. IF
SPEED TAP NEEDS TO BE CHANGED, CONNECT PURPLE W IRE FROM TERMINAL
4 OF CR RELAY TO APPROPRIATE TAP AT TB
4. BROW N AND WHITE WIRES ARE USED FOR HEAT KITS ONLY.
5. FUSE: 3A, 250V, 3AG CARTRIDGE FUSE.
6. LOW VOLTAGE FIELD W IRING TO BE N.E.C CLASS 2 W IRES.
NOTES:
RD or BK
GR
BL
RD
R C G W1 W2 Y1 Y2 O DH 1 2 3 4 5
SEE NOTES 2 & 6
RD
BK
RD
2
2
1
1
L2
L1
BK
GRD
5
1
2
GR
RD
RD
1
2
BK
3
5
4
BL
FUSE
HOLDER
(OPTIONAL)
TR
240
7
7
9
9
BL
BL
WH
PU
EM
C L GN
1234 5
OR BR YL
W H PU
SEE
NOTE 4
8
8
ALTERNATE HEAT RELAY
BL
3
SEE
NOTE 1
WH
BR
BL
RD
6
6
5
5
4
4
RD or BK
BL
C
BK
3
3
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER WIRE
TR
4
24V
2
TL
CR
EM
FL
PLF
PLM
R
TB
TR
6
5
5
3
LG N
EM
4 PLM
B
SEE NOTE 1
208/240 VOLTS
A
THERMAL LIMIT
CONTROL RELAY
EVAPORATOR MOTOR
FUSE LINK
FEMALE PLUG CONNECTOR
MALE PLUG CONNECTOR
RELAY
TERMINAL BOARD
TRANSFORMER
3
2
2
FACTORY W IRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
FIELD W IRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
ALTERNATE HEAT RELAY
1
L2
PLF 2
PLM
R C G W1 W2 Y1 Y2 O DH 1 2 3 4 5
1
COMPONENT CODE
FUSE
HOLDER
(OPTIONAL)
1 PLM
1 PLF
L1
CR
CR
7
1
BK
RD
YL
BL
GR
PU
BR
WH
BLACK
RED
YELLOW
BLUE
GREEN
PURPLE
BROW N
WHITE
COLOR CODE
4
5
4
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
C
EM
0140A00243-A
1
2
3
4
5
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASPT**14**/ASUF**14**
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASPT**14**/ASUF**14**
3-Phase Heat Kit
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
195
196
C
SPEEDUP
M1
BK
K1
K1
EBTDR
RD
RD
2
3
RD
BL
RD
RC
BL
TR
240
BR
BR
RD
8
8
PU
EM
BK
SEE
NOTE 4
7
7
SEE NOTE 1
6
WH
5
6
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER WIRE
BR
5
5 24V 4
C 1
PU
BK
4
BL
3
PU
(COM) RD
LOW
(M2)
BL
MEDIUM
(M1)
BK
HIGH
(TR 1)
PU
EM
BR
3 SPEED
PU
RC
PU
SEE
NOTE 3
NC
M2
COM
NO
SEE NOTE 5
BR
2
RD
1
BK
PLM
4
2
3
GRD
RD
L2
1
BK
L1
PLF
THREE SPEED MOTOR WIRING
(SELECT MODELS ONLY)
SEE NOTE 3
1) RED WIRES TO BE ON TRANSFORMER TERMINAL "3" FOR 240 VOLTS
AND ON TERMINAL "2" FOR 208 VOLTS.
2) SEE COMPOSITE WIRING DIAGRAMS IN INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
FOR PROPER LOW VOLTAGE WIRING CONNECTIONS.
3) CONFIRM SPEED TAP SELECTED IS APPROPRIATE FOR APPLICATION.
IF SPEED TAP NEEDS TO BE CHANGED, CONNECT APPROPRIATE
MOTOR WIRE (RED FOR LOW, BLUE FOR MEDIUM, AND BLACK FOR
HIGH SPEED) ON "COM" CONNECTION OF THE EBTDR.
INACTIVE MOTOR WIRES MUST BE CONNECTED TO "M1 OR M2"
ON EBTDR.
4) BROWN AND WHITE WIRES ARE USED WITH HEAT KITS ONLY.
5) EBTDR HAS A 7 SECOND ON DELAY WHEN "G" IS ENERGIZED
AND A 65 SECOND OFF DELAY WHEN "G" IS DE-ENERGIZED.
6) LOW VOLTAGE FIELD WIRING TO BE N.E.C CLASS 2 WIRES.
NOTES:
BL
G
R
XFMR-R
XFMR-C
WH
SR
TERMINAL BLOCK SHOWN
FOR 50HZ MODELS ONLY
COPPER POWER SUPPLY
(SEE RATING PLATE)
USE MIN. 75°C FIELD WIRE
RD
IF REPLACEMENT OF THE ORIGINAL WIRES
SUPPLIED WITH THIS ASSEMBLY IS NECESSARY
USE WIRE THAT CONFORMS TO THE
NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE.
BL
RD
GR
BL RD GR WH BR
SEE NOTES 2 & 6
9
9
TR
BLACK
RED
YELLOW
BLUE
GR
PU
BR
WH
4
5
5
3
WH BR
6
24V
2
EM
GREEN
PURPLE
BROWN
WHITE
EVAPORATOR MOTOR
RUN CAPACITOR
STRAIN RELIEF
RELAY
ELECTRONIC BLOWER
TIME DELAY RELAY
COMPONENT CODE
EM
RC
SR
R
EBTDR
BK
RD
YL
BL
RD
R
1
RC
COLOR CODE
EBTDR
1 PLM
1 PLF
L1
M2
M1
BL
C
EBTDR
NO
PLM
EBTDR
TR
PLF
PLM
FL
TL
HTR
GR
G
2
0140A00242-A
TRANSFORMER
FEMALE PLUG CONNECTOR
MALE PLUG CONNECTOR
FUSE LINK
THERMAL LIMIT
HEAT ELEMENTS
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
4 PLF
L2
PLF 2
COM
NC
3
SEE NOTE 1
LO
HI
208/240
VOLTS
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
AVPTC
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
WH
RD or BK
B
A
BL
1
4
7
BL
WH
COPPER POWER SUPPLY
(USE RATING PLATE)
USE MIN. 75° C FIELD WIRE
GR
CR
PU
IF REPLACEMENT OF THE ORIGINAL WIRES
SUPPLIED WITH THIS ASSEMBLY IS NECESSARY,
USE WIRE THAT CONFORMS TO THE NATIONAL
ELECTRIC CODE.
RD
WH
BR
PLM
PLF
1. RED WIRES TO BE ON TRANSFORMER TERMINAL "3" FOR 240 VOLTS AND ON
TERMINAL "2" FOR 208 VOLTS.
2. SEE COMPLETE WIRING DIAGRAMS IN INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR
PROPER LOW VOLTAGE WIRING CONNECTIONS.
3. CONFIRM SPEED TAP SELECTION IS APPROPRIATE FOR APPLICATION. IF
SPEED TAP NEEDS TO BE CHANGED, CONNECT PURPLE WIRE FROM TERMINAL
4 OF CR RELAY TO APPROPRIATE TAP AT TB
4. BROWN AND WHITE WIRES ARE USED FOR HEAT KITS ONLY.
5. FUSE: 3A, 250V, 3AG CARTRIDGE FUSE.
6. LOW VOLTAGE FIELD WIRING TO BE N.E.C CLASS 2 WIRES.
NOTES:
RD or BK
GR
BL
RD
R C G W1 W2 Y1 Y 2 O DH 1 2 3 4 5
SEE NOTES 2 & 6
BK
RD
RD
1
2
1
2
L2
L1
C
BK
3
3
5
1
BL
4
3
1
3
5
4
BL
7
7
9
9
BL
BL
WH
PU
EM
CLGN
12 34 5
OR BR YL
WH PU
SEE
NOTE 4
8
8
ALTERNATE HEAT RELAY
GR
2
RD BK
FUSE
HOLDER
(OPTIONAL)
BL
TR
240
SEE
NOTE 1
WH
BR
RD
6
6
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER WIRE
5
5
RD
24V
2
BL
4
4
RD or BK
BL
BK
GRD
TR
4
CR
EM
FL
HTR
PLF
PLM
R
TB
TR
TL
6
24V
2
5
5
3
L GN
EM
4 PLM
B
SEE NOTE 1
208/240 VOLTS
A
CONTROL RELAY
EVAPORATOR MOTOR
FUSE LINK
HEAT ELEMENTS
FEMALE PLUG CONNECTOR
MALE PLUG CONNECTOR
RELAY
TERMINAL BOARD
TRANSFORMER
THERMAL LIMIT
3
2
2
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
ALTERNATE HEAT RELAY
1
L2
PLF 2
PLM
R C G W1 W2 Y1 Y2 O DH 1 2 3 4 5
1
COMPONENT CODE
FUSE
HOLDER
(OPTIONAL)
1 PLM
1 PLF
L1
CR
CR
7
1
BK
RD
YL
BL
GR
PU
BR
WH
BLACK
RED
YELLOW
BLUE
GREEN
PURPLE
BROWN
WHITE
COLOR CODE
4
5
4
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
C
EM
0140A00243-A
1
2
3
4
5
WIRING DIAGRAMS
AVPTC
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
197
WIRING DIAGRAMS
AVPTC
L1
L2
6
6
5
4
5
4
7
8
9
DISCONNECT
1
BK
BL
BK
WH
BR
BL
RD
BL
7
8
9
SEE
NOTE 7
BK
4
C
3
W2 W1
TR
TH
INDOOR
AIR
CIRCULATOR
BLWR
COM
LEARN
SEE NOTE 6
SEE NOTE 5 FAULT
RECALL
4
7 SEGMENT
DIAGNOSTIC
DISPLAY
CFM LED
GY
TRIM %
1
O
SEE NOTE 6
RX LED
Y2
Y1
W2
W1
G
C
BK
S1 S2 S3 S4
RD
R
S5 S6 S7 S8 S9 S10 S11 S12 S13
DIP SWITCHES
2
1
CIRCULATOR BLOWER
4 3 2 1
ECM MOTOR
HARNESS
208/230 VAC
L1
DEHUM
FUSE 3 A
24 VAC
W1 (1)
W1
HEAT SEQUENCER R1
W2 (2)
W2
HEAT SEQUENCER R2
CAS (1)
Y1
Y2
L2
40 VA
TRANSFORMER
TH
R
24V THERMOSTAT CONNECTIONS
BL
AF SELECT
3
2
GND
CAS
SEE NOTE 8
SEE NOTE 6 STATUS
LED
RD
24 V 3 A FUSE
CONT FAN
1
GN
HTR KIT(KW)
1
GND
GND
2
COOL AF PROFILE
3
RD
3
RD
DEHUM ENABLE
TRIM ENABLE
3
RD
2
2
1
2
24 V THERMOSTAT CONNECTIONS
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
PL1 PL2
CONDENSATE SWITCH
TO
MICRO
CAS (2)
+VDC (1)
G
RX (2)
O
INDOOR
AIR
CIRCULATOR
BLW R
TX (3)
DEHUM
GND
GND (4)
C
1
2
3
4
5
TR
GN
COM
INTEGRATED CONTROL MODULE
BK
GND
RD
INTEGRATED CONTROL
LOW VOLTAGE (24V)
NOTES:
LOW VOLTAGE FIELD
1. PLACE RED WIRES ON TRANSFORMER TERMINAL 2 FOR 208 VAC OPERATION.
HI VOLTAGE (230V)
2. MANUFACTURER'S SPECIFIED REPLACEMENT PARTS MUST BE USED WHEN SERVICING.
HI VOLTAGE FIELD
3. IF ANY OF THE ORIGINAL WIRES AS SUPPLIED WITH THIS UNIT MUST BE REPLACED,
IT MUST BE REPLACED WITH WIRING MATERIAL HAVING A TEMPERATURE RATING OF AT
LEAST 105°C. USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY.
JUNCTION
4. UNIT MUST BE PERMANENTLY GROUNDED AND CONFORM TO N.E.C AND LOCAL CODES.
5. TO RECALL THE LAST 6 FAULTS, MOST RECENT TO LEAST RECENT, DEPRESS
SWITCH FOR MORE THAN 2 SECONDS WHILE IN STANDBY (NO THERMOSTAT INPUTS)
6. RED STATUS LED PROVIDES NETWORK STATUS. GREEN RX LED INDICATES NETWORK TRAFFIC.
USE LEARN BUTTON TO RESET NETWORK.
7. DISCARD CONNECTOR PL1 WHEN INSTALLING OPTIONAL HEAT KIT.
8. THE CONDENSATE ALARM SWITCH (CAS) TERMINALS CAN ONLY BE UTILIZED WITH COMMUNICATING
MODE SETUPS AND MUST BE ENABLED WITH A COMMUNICATING THERMOSTAT. THIS FEATURE IS NOT
OPERATIONAL WITH LEGACY SYSTEMS.
USE N.E.C CLASS 2 WIRE.
TERMINAL
INTERNAL TO
EQUIPMENT GND
FIELD GND
FIELD SPLICE
RESISTOR
OVERCURRENT
PROT. DEVICE
COLOR CODES:
PK ---- PINK
BR ---- BROWN
WH ---- WHITE
BL ---- BLUE
GY ---- GRAY
RD ---- RED
YL ---- YELLOW
OR ---- ORANGE
PU ---- PURPLE
GN ---- GREEN
BK ---- BLACK
PLUG CONNECTION
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
198
0140A00244-A
GR
BR
WH
BL
RD
RD
M2
R1
M1
BR RD
M4
BL
RD *
M3
RD *
EBTDR
SU
PU COMMON
BK HIGH
RD LOW
BR
BL
WH
COM
NO
NC
M2 M1
EVAPORATOR MOTOR LEADS
BK
G
C
XFMR-C
R
XFMR-R
BR
FC
EM
BR
RD PU BK
SEE
NOTE 5
RD
BK
*
5
3
RD
BK
TL1
TL1
2
RD
4
1
BK
TL2*
HTR2*
HTR1
TL2
TR
RD
RD
DISC
EM
EBTDR
WH
BK
RD
YL
BL
TL1
TL1
HI
4
GREEN
PURPLE
BROWN
5
DISCONNECT SWITCH
EVAPORATOR MOTOR
ELECTRONIC BLOWER
TIME DELAY RELAY
R
FC
TL
TR
HTR
COMPONENT CODE
GR
PU
BR
24 VOLT
3
LO
HTR 1
*
HTR 2
SEE NOTE 1
1
2
EM
COLOR CODE
TR
WHITE
BLACK
RED
YELLOW
BLUE
RD
R
EBTDR
FC
*
WH BR
EBTDR
RELAY
FAN CAPACITOR
THERMAL LIMIT
TRANSFORMER
HEATER ELEMENT
NO
*
3) SEE COMPOSITE WI RING DI AGRAMS IN INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROPER
LOW VOLTAGE WI RING CONNECTIONS.
4) ASTERISK (*) I NDICATES THAT HEATING ELEMENT , THERMAL LIMIT,
RELAY (SEQUENCER) AND INTERCONNECTING WI RES AND J UMPERS OF HEATER #2
ARE DELET ED WI TH SINGLE ELEMENT UNITS.
BT14933447 REV B
5) EBTDR HAS A 7 SECOND ON DELAY W HEN "G" IS ENERGIZED AND A 65 SECOND
OFF DELAY WHEN "G " IS DE-ENERGIZED.
GR
NOTE 3
R1
COM
M1
EBTDR
NC
M2
M3
R1 *
WIRING CODE
M2
*
M4
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
BL
TL2
*
TL2
C
208/230 VOLTS
1) RED WI RE TO BE ON TRANSFORMER TERMINAL 3 FOR 230 VOLTS AND ON
TERMINAL 2 F OR 208 VOLTS.
2) TO PLACE AIRHANDLER IN HIGH SPEED, REMOVE RED MOTOR LEAD FROM ELECTRONIC
BLOW ER TIME DELAY RELAY (EBTDR) CO M TERMINAL AND REPLACE WI TH BLACK
MOTOR LEAD. ALL UNITS WI LL BE FACTORY CONNECTED AT LOW SPEED.
NOTES:
*
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH UTILITIES IN "ON" POSITION AND THERMOSTAT IN "OFF" POSITION.
IF REPLACEMENT OF THE ORIGINAL WIRES SUPPLIED WITH THIS ASSEMBLY IS NECESSARY, USE 105°C. WIRE. SIZE TO CONFORM TO THE NATIONA L ELECTRIC CODE.
POWER SUPPLY
(SEE RATING PLATE)
USE MIN. 75°C FIELD WIRE
RD
SEE
NOTE
3
DISC
PU BK BK
DISC
RD RD RD
EQUIPMENT GROUND
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
G
WIRING DIAGRAMS
AWUF [18, 24, 30, 36]**
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
199
200
BR
WH
RD
BL
RD
DISC
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
RD
BK
BK
BK
RD
RD BL
RD
BL
L2
L1
BR
RD
C
T2
T1
RD
WH
BL
SPEED M1
UP
EBTDR
G EBTDR
R
K1
XFMR-R
XFMR-C
K1
C
GR
RD
EVAPORATOR MOTOR LEADS
PU COMMON
BK HIGH
RD LOW
DISC
L1
RD
BK
RD
RD
BK
BK
NC
M2
COM
NO
BR
FC
BR
EM
RD PU BK
RD
SEE
NOTE 5
RD
BK
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH UTILITIES IN "ON" POSITION AND THERMOSTAT IN "OFF" POSITION.
IF REPLACEMENT OF THE ORIGINAL WIRES SUPPLIED WITH THIS ASSEMBLY IS NECESSARY, USE 105°C.
COPPER
POWER SUPPLY
(SEE RATING PLATE)
USE MIN. 75°C FIELD WIRE
N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
GR
RD
SEE
NOTE
3
EQUIPMENT
GROUND
L2
*
2
RD
4
1 TR
BK
TL2*
HTR2*
HTR1
TL2
*
C
HC
DISC
EM
EBTDR
HI
TL1
TL1
4
BL
GREEN
PURPLE
BROWN
DISCONNECT SWITCH
EVAPORATOR MOTOR
ELECTRONIC BLOWER
TIME DELAY RELAY
CONTACTOR
HEATER CONTACTOR
R
FC
TL
TR
HTR
C
M2
L2
WH
BR
HC
EBTDR
EBTDR
RELAY
FAN CAPACITOR
THERMAL LIMIT
TRANSFORMER
HEATER ELEMENT
5) EBTDR HAS A 7 SECOND ON DELAY W HEN "G" IS ENERGIZED AND A 65 SECOND
OFF DELAY W HEN "G" IS DE-ENERGIZED.
3) SEE COMPOSITE WIRING DIAGRAMS IN INSTAL LATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROPER
LOW VOLTAGE WIRING CONNECTIONS.
4) ASTERISK (*) INDICATES T HAT HEATING ELEMENT , THERMAL LIMIT,
RELAY (SEQUENCER) AND INTERCONNECTING WIRES AND JUMPERS OF HEATER #2
ARE DELETED WITH SINGLE ELEMENT UNITS.
NO
G
0140A00277-B
GR
NOTE 3
COM
HC
NC
T2
WIRING CODE
TL2
*
TL2
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
COMPONENT CODE
GR
PU
BR
3
LO
HTR 1
*
HTR 2
24 VOLT 5
SEE NOTE 1
1
2
EM
COLOR CODE
TR
WH WHITE
BK BLACK
RD RED
YL YELLOW
BL BLUE
RD
R
EBTDR
FC
T1
1) RED WIRE TO BE ON TRANSFORMER T ERMINAL 3 FOR 230 VOLTS AND ON
TERMINAL 2 FOR 208 VOLT S.
2) TO PLACE AIRHANDLER IN HIGH SPEED, REMOVE RED MOTOR LEAD FROM ELECTRONIC
BLOWER TIME DELAY RELAY (EBTDR) COM TERMINAL AND REPLACE W ITH BLACK
MOTOR LEAD. ALL UNITS WILL BE FACTORY CONNECTED AT LOW SPEED.
NOTES:
RD
RD
*
WIRE SIZE TO CONFORM TO THE NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE.
5
3
RD
BK
TL1
TL1
208/230 VOLTS
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
AWUF [18, 24, 30, 36]**
WH
BL
RD
BK
BK
EBTDR
L2
L1
BL
GR
K1
K1
BR
RD
C
T2
T1
RD
WH
BL
SPEED M1
UP
EBTDR
R
XFMR-R
XFMR-C
C
G
RD
RD
BK
RD
BK
BK
NC
M2
COM
NO
BR
FC
BR
EM
RD PU BK
RD
SEE
NOTE 5
RD
BK
*
5
BK
3
BK
TL1
TL1
RD
4
*
C
HC
DISC
EM
EBTDR
WH
BK
RD
YL
BL
HI
LO
4
GREEN
PURPLE
BROWN
COMPONENT CODE
R
DISCONNECT SWITCH
FC
EVAPORATOR MOTOR
ELECTRONIC BLOWER TL
TR
TIME DELAY RELAY
CONTACTOR
HTR
HEATER CONTACTOR
GR
PU
BR
BL
C
TL2
*
TL2
M2
L2
WH BR
EBTDR
EBTDR
RELAY
FAN CAPACITOR
THERMAL LIMIT
TRANSFORMER
HEATER ELEMENT
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
5) EBTDR HAS A 7 SECOND ON DELAY W HEN "G" IS ENERGIZED AND A 65 SECON D
OFF DEL AY W HEN "G" IS DE-ENERGIZED .
4) ASTERISK (*) INDICATES TH AT HEATIN G ELEMENT , THERMAL LI MIT ,
REL AY (SEQUENCER) AND INTERCONNEC T ING W IRES AND JUMP ERS OF HEAT E R #2
ARE DELETED W IT H SINGLE ELEMENT UNITS .
3) SEE COMPOSIT E W IRING DIAGRAMS IN I NS TALLA TION INSTRUCT IONS FOR PROPE R
LOW VOLTA G E W IRING CONNECTI O NS.
NO
GR
G
DISC
0140A00282-A
NOTE 3
R1
COM
HC
NC
T2
N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE WIRING CODE
24 VOLT 5
SEE NOTE 1
1
3
2
EM
COLOR CODE
TR
WHITE
BLACK
RED
YELLOW
BLUE
RD
R
EBTDR
FC
TL1 HTR 1
*
TL1 HTR 2
1) RED W IRE TO BE O N TRANSFORMER TE RMINA L 3 FOR 23 0 VOLTS AND ON
TERMINAL 2 FOR 208 VOL TS.
2) T O PLACE AIRH ANDLER IN HIGH SPE ED, REMOVE RED MOTO R LEAD FROM ELEC TRONI C
BLOW ER TIME DEL AY RELAY (EBTDR) COM T ERMINAL AND REPL ACE W ITH BLACK
MOTOR LE A D. ALL UNIT S W ILL BE F A CTORY CONNECTED A T LOW SPE ED.
NOTES:
RD
RD
1 TR 2
RD
TL2*
HTR2*
HTR1
TL2
*
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH UTILITIESIN "ON" POSITION AND THERMOSTAT IN "OFF" POSITION.
IF REPLACEMENT OF THE ORIGINAL WIRES SUPPLIED WITH THIS ASSEMBLY IS NECESSARY, USE 105°C. WIRE SIZE TO CONFORM TO THE NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE.
EVAPORATOR MOTOR LEADS
PU COMMON
BK HIGH
RD LOW
RD
BK
DISC
RD BL
RD
RD
DISC
208/230 VOLTS
AWUF24[03/05/08/10]16BB
AWUF36[05/08/10]16BC
COPPER
POWER SUPPLY
(SEE RATING PLATE)
USE MIN. 75°C FIELD WIRE
N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
BR
RD
RD
DISC
L1
AWUF18[03/05/08]16BB
AWUF31[05/008/10]16AB
GR
RD
SEE
NOTE
3
EQUIPMENT
GROUND
L2
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
AWUF [18, 24, 30, 36]**
AWUF30[05/08/10]16BC
AWUF37[05/08/10]16BB
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
201
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
202
AWUF[31-32]**
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
18000
24000
30000
PURPLE
PINK
YELLOW
TABLE-1
BTUh
WIRE COLOR
L1
BK
BR
T1
T2
600
800
950
BK
BR
BK
RD
WH
GR
RD
RD
WH
BL
BL
NOMINAL CFM
C
L2
RD
WH
6. COMPONENT CODE:
CCONTACTOR
DISC - DISCONNECT SW ITCH
EM - EVAPORATER MOTOR
FFUSE
HTR - HEATER ELEMENT
RRELAY
SEQ - SEQUENCER
TL - THERMAL LIMIT
TR - TRANSFORMER
RD
5. WIRING CODE:
FACTORY W IRING:
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
FIELD W IRING:
HIGH VOLTAGE
RD
BK
BL
DISC
RD
BK
BK
FIELD CONNECTIONS
SEE NOTE 2
USE N.E.C CLASS 2 WIRE
4. COLOR CODES:
BK - BLACK
BL - BLUE
BR - BROWN
GR - GREEN
PU - PURPLE
RD - RED
W H - W HITE
YL - YELLOW
3. ASTERISK (*) INDICATES THAT HEATING
ELEMENT, THERMAL LIMIT, RELAY AND
INTERCONNECTING W IRES AND JUMPERS
OF HEATER #2 ARE DELETED WITH SINGLE
ELEMENT UNITS.
2. CONFIRM SPEED TAP SELECTED IS
APPROPRIATE FOR APPLICATION. IF SPEED
TAPS NEEDS TO BE CHANGED, CONNECT
APPROPRIATE W IRE FROM MOTOR TO
"Y" FROM THERMOSTAT/CONDENSER (SEE TABLE-1).
1. RED WIRE TO BE ON TRANSFORMER
TERMINAL "3" FOR 230 VOLTS AND ON
TERMINAL "2" FOR 208 VOLTS.
NOTES:
PK
PU
OPTIONAL
CONNECTION
YL
BL
BK
RD
C L GN
EM
1 2 3 4 5
PU YL
GR PK WH
GR/YL
MOTOR CONNECTIONS
ONLY ONE WILL BE CONNECTED
(SEE NOTE 2)
BL
UNUSED WIRES MUST HAVE THEIR ENDS TAPED OR
CAPPED
BL
5
24V
4
3
1
2
RD
BK
BK
RD
HTR2*
HTR 1
RD
SEE NOTE 1
240V
TR
F
RD
BK
0140A00123-A
TL2*
TL1
SEE NOTE # 3
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
AWUF[31-32]**
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
203
RD
RD
BK
M4
T2
M3
T1
BL
GR
BL
RD
M2
RD
BK
M1
RD
BK
BK
FIELD CONNECTIONS
WH
WH
BR
RD
RD
RD
WH
OR BR
WH
RD
BK
GR
BL
PU
CLGN
EM
12 345
OR BR YL
WH
1
2
4
5
BL
3
YL
TO RELAY
SEE NOTE #
2
GR/YL
204
PULL TO
DISCONNECT
WH
PU
BL
BL
2
24V
1
5
BK
BK
BK
4
3
RD
240
TR
*
RD
HTR2*
HTR1
FUSE
TL2*
TL2
NOTE 3
0140A00036 REV. A
7. COMPONENT CODE:
DISC -- DISCONNECT SW ITCH
EM -- EVAPORATOR MOTOR
EBTDR -- ELECTRIC BLOW ER
TIME DELAY RELAY
6. W IRING CODE:
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
R -- RELAY
FC -- FAN CAPACITOR
TL -- THERMAL LIMIT
TR -- TRANSFORMER
HTR -- HEATER ELEMENT
1. RED WIRE TO BE ON TRANSFORMER TERMINAL 3 FOR 230 VOLTS
AND ON TERMINAL 2 FOR 208 VOLTS.
2. CONFIRM SPEED TAP SELECTED IS APPROPRIATE FOR APPLICATION.
IF SPEED TAP NEEDS TO BE CHANGED CONNE CT APPR OPRIATE WIRE
FROM MOTOR TO TER MINAL # 4 ON RELAY.
3. SEE COMPOSITE W IRING DIAGRAMS IN INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
FOR PROPER LOW VOLTAGE WIRING CONNECTIONS.
4. ASTERISK (*) INDICATES THAT HEATING ELEMENT, THERMAL LIMIT,
RELAY (SEQUENCER) AND INTERCONNEC TING WIRES AND JUMPERS
OF HEATER # 2 ARE DELETED WITH SINGLE ELEMENT UNITS.
5. COLOR CODE:
WH -- WHITE
GR -- GREEN
BK -- BLACK
PU -- PUR PLE
RD -- RED
BR -- BROW N
YL -- YELLOW
BL -- BLUE
NOTES:
RD
RD
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
AWUF37
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
7. COMPONENT CODE:
CCONTACTOR
DISC - DISCONNECT SWITCH
EM - EVAPORATER MOTOR
FFUSE
HTR - HEATER ELEMENT
RRELAY
SEQ - SEQUENCER
TL - THERMAL LIMIT
TR - TRANSFORMER
6. WIRING CODE:
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE SEE NOTE 3
5. COLOR CODES:
BK - BLACK
BL - BLUE
BR - BROW N
GR - GREEN
PU - PURPLE
RD - RED
W H - WHITE
YL - YELLOW
4. ASTERISK (*) INDICATES THAT HEATING
ELEMENT, THERMAL LIMIT, RELAY AND
INTERCONNECTING WIRES AND JUMPERS
OF HEATER #2 ARE DELETED WITH SINGLE
ELEMENT UNITS.
3. SEE COMPOSITE WIRING DIAGRAMS IN
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROPER
LOW VOLTAGE W IRING CONNECTIONS.
2. CONFIRM SPEED TAP SELECTED IS
APPROPRIATE FOR APPLICATION. IF SPEED
TAPS NEEDS TO BE CHANGED, CONNECT
APPROPRIATE W IRE FROM MOTOR TO
TERMINAL "4" ON RELAY.
NOTES:
1. RED WIRE TO BE ON TRANSFORMER
TERMINAL "3" FOR 230 VOLTS AND ON
TERMINAL "2" FOR 208 VOLTS.
DISC
RD
RD
RD
BK
L1
L2
C
BK
RD
BK
BK
FIELD CONNECTIONS
SEE NOTE 3
USE N.E.C CLASS 2 WIRE
WH
BL
BR
WH
BL
T1
T2
RD
BL
RD GR
BK
BR
BK
RD
WH
WH YL
OR BR
RD
GR
RD
2
BL
BK
RD
C L GN
EM
1 2 3 4 5
BL
R
WH PU
OR BR YL
1
4
GR/YL
BL
3
5
WH
PU
BL
SPEED TAPS FROM MOTOR
SEE NOTE 2
BL
5
24V
RD
4
3
1
2
RD
BK
BK
RD
240V
TR
SEE NOTE 1
SEE NOTE 4
HTR 2*
HTR 1
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
F
TL2*
TL1
0140A00122-A
RD
BK
WIRING DIAGRAMS
AWUF37
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
205
206
SEE NOTE #2
7. COMPONENT CODE:
DISC - DISCONNECT SWITCH
EM EVAPORAT0R MOTOR
EBTDR - ELECTRONIC BLOWER TIME
DELAY RELAY
FFUSE
FC FAN CAPACITOR
HTR HEATER ELEMENT
SEQ - SEQUENCER
TL THERMAL LIMIT
TR TRANSFORMER
FS FACTORY INSTALLED FLOAT
SWITCH
6. WIRING CODE:
FACTORY W IRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
4. COLOR CODES:
BK - BLACK
BL - BLUE
BR - BROWN
GR - GREEN
PK - PINK
PU - PURPLE
RD - RED
WH - WHITE
YL - YELLOW
3. ASTERISK (*) INDICATES THAT HEATING
ELEMENT, THERMAL LIMIT, RELAY AND
INTERCONNECTING W IRES AND JUMPERS
OF HEATER #2 ARE DELETED WITH SINGLE
ELEMENT UNITS.
2. CONFIRM SPEED TAP SELECTED IS
APPROPRIATE FOR APPLICATION. IF SPEED
TAPS NEEDS TO BE CHANGED, CONNECT
APPROPRIATE W IRE FROM MOTOR TO
Y FROM THERMOSTAT/CONDENSER (SEE
TABLE-1).
1. RED WIRE TO BE ON TRANSFORMER
TERMINAL "3" FOR 230 VOLTS AND ON
TERMINAL "2" FOR 208 VOLTS.
NOTES:
FS
M1
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
BL
TABLE-1
BTUh
T1
M3
18000
24000
30000
RD
RD
BK
DISC
W
WIRE COLOR
PU
NC
PURPLE
PINK
YELLOW
ALARM
BL
OUTDOOR
COMMON
T2
M4
M2
600
800
950
NOMINAL CFM
GR
BL
RD
RD
BL
BK
SEQ
RD
BK
BK
RD
BK
WH
WH
BR
FIELD
CONNECTIONS
SEE NOTE #2
RD
RD
RD
WH
OPTIONAL
CONNECTION
PK
PU
Y
RD BK
C L GN
EM
1 2 3 4 5
PU Y
GR PK WH
RD
GR/YL
BL
MOTOR CONNECTIONS
ONLY ONE WILL BE
CONNECTED
(SEE NOTE 2)
BL
UNUSED WIRES MUST HAVE THEIR ENDS TAPED OR
CAPPED
5
1
BK
24V
2
BK
BK
4
3
RD
240V
TR
HTR
1
RD
HTR
2*
SEE NOTE
#3
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
F
RD
RD
0140A00107-A
TL
2*
TL
1
WIRING DIAGRAMS
AWUF**F
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
S
T
I
L
P
S
E
T
O
M
RE
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
207
L2
L1
1
SR
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
BL
BK
BR
PU
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
T2
T1
YL
2
5
BK
CONTR
OL BOX
BK
YL
RD
IO
BK
C
R
YL
AUX
COMP
MAIN
RD
S
BL
YL/PK
C
L2
LPS
YL
PU
L1
T1
T2
BK
BK BK
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
YL
H
C
RD
F
RCCF
BL
YL
YL/PK
EQUIPMENT GROUND
E
SE
TE 3
NO
RD
RD
RD
BR
YL
RD
RD
SC
C
Y
LVJB
NOTE 1
L1
C
T1
C
IO
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CSM -------- CORESENSE
MODULE
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESS
OR
IO -------------- INTERNAL
ERLOAD
OV
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRES
SOR & FAN
SA
------------- START
SIST
AS
SC ------------- START C ACITOR
AP
FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
P-----------L
S
LOW PR
SURE
ES
SW ITCH
------------- CRIMP CAP
CONTROLS SHOWN W ITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY W IRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK
--------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURP LE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK
LLOW
YE
---------/PINK STRIPE
BL
YL
ALTE ATE
RN DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
208
LVJB
SR
LPS
R
CM
IO
2
X
SC
C
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
AI
N
C
M
AU
F
1
Y
H
T2
C
USE N.E.C.
CLASS 2 WIRE
L2
0140R00331-B
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUC
TORS
ONLY.
NOTE 1
C
S
COMP
X
IN
AU
MA
5
SEE RATING PLATE
OUTDOO
R POWER SUPPLY
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ANX130[18-24]1A*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
L2
L1
1
SR
IO
CM
AUX
M AIN
BL
BK
BR
PU
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
T2
T1
YL
2
5
BK
BK
YL
RD
CONTROL BOX
IO
BK
C
R
YL
AUX
M A IN
C OM P
RD
S
BL
Y L/PK
BK
C
L2
T2
BK
LPS
YL
PU
L1
T1
BK
SA
(IF USED)
N O TE 2
RD
YL
H
C
RD
F
RC CF
BL
YL
YL/PK
EQUIPMENT GROUND
SEE
NOTE 3
RD
RD
RD
BR
YL
RD
RD
SC
C
Y
L VJ B
SEE N O TE 1
L1
C
T1
C
IO
C
S
N
2
AI
C
M
SC
C
(IF USED)
SA
RC CF
X
N
AU
F
1
Y
H
T2
C
USE N .E .C.
C LASS 2 W IRE
L2
0140R00331-C
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTORS
ONLY.
SEE NOTE 1
CM
IO
R
C O MP
X
SR
LPS
AI
AU
M
5
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CSM -------- CORESENSE MODULE
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
------------- CRIMP CAP
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
BL
YL
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
LVJB
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ANX130[18-24]1A*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
209
YL
T2
L2
T1
L1
1
BL
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
2
SR
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
C
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
YL
S
BL
BK
L1
T1
BK
C
L2
T2
BK
YL
RCCF
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
RD
SC
YL
C
BL
RD
BR
F
RD
EQUIPMENT GROUND
SEE NOTE 3
H
PU
RD
RD
C
BL
SEE NOTE 1
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL ---------------- YELLOW
Y
YL
LVJB
L1
C
T1
C
CM
IO
IO
Y
MA
IN
X
AU
SR
S
C
R
COMP
X
AU
MA
IN
5
2
C
F
H
1
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
C
SC
SA
(IF USED)
RCCF
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK &
INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY.
NOTES:
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
210
5
BK
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
C
L2
0140R00015P-B
T2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ANX130[30-61]1A*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
YL
T2
L2
T1
L1
1
SR
BL
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
2
5
BK
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
CONTROL BOX
C
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
YL
S
BL
BK
L1
T1
BK
C
L2
T2
BK
YL
RCCF
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
RD
SC
YL
C
BL
RD
BR
F
RD
EQUIPMENT GROUND
SEE NOTE 3
H
PU
RD
RD
C
SEE NOTE 1
CONTROLS SHOW N WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCC F --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD W IRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROW N
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- W HITE
YL ---------------- YELLOW
Y
YL
BL
L1
C
T1
C
CM
IO
IO
Y
MA
IN
X
AU
SR
S
2
SEE NOTE 1
C
R
COMP
X
AU
MA
IN
5
C
F
1
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
SC
C
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK &
INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED W HEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUC TORS ONLY.
NOTES:
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
LVJB
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
C
L2
0140R00015P-C
H
T2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ANX130[30-61]1A*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
211
YL
T2
L2
T1
L1
1
SR
BL
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
2
5
BK
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
CONTROL BOX
C
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
YL
S
BL
BK
L1
T1
BK
C
L2
T2
BK
YL
RCCF
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
RD
SC
YL
C
BL
RD
BR
F
RD
EQUIPMENT GROUND
SEE NOTE 3
H
PU
RD
RD
C
BL
SEE NOTE 1
CONTROLS SHOW N W ITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNC TION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD W IRIN G
HIGH VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROW N
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
W H -------------- W HITE
YL ---------------- YELLOW
Y
YL
L1
C
T1
C
CM
IO
IO
Y
MA
IN
X
AU
SR
S
C
R
2
SEE NOTE 1
AI
N
COMP
X
AU
M
5
C
F
1
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
SC
C
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
OUTDOOR POW ER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
1) TO IND OOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK &
INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUC TORS ONLY.
NOTES:
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
212
LVJB
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
C
L2
0140R00015P-C
H
T2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ANX140[18-60]1A*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
T2
L2
T1
L1
AUX
MAIN
CM
IO
DFT
Y
YL
PS2
BL
Y
1
BK
BR
PU
BK
RVC
PU
LPS
BL/PK
C
C
C
R
R
YL/PK
YL/PK
BK
0
2
W
SR
HVDR
YL/PK
0-RV
5
BK
C-RV
BK OR
0
WH BK
BL/PK
CNT
RD
DC
LVDR
YL/PK
R-PS1
R-DF T
DFT
DF2
DF1
CCR
ALTERNATE
DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
BK
RD
BK
R
BK
YL
RD
BL/PK
PU
HPS
BL
RD
C
BK
C
T1
IO
COMP
PU
CH S
C
RD
AUX
MAIN
RD
S
BK
YL
YL
YL
BL
YL
GR
SEE NOTE 3
EQU IPM ENT
GRO UN D
RCCF
HERM
F
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
L2
T2
CH
SEE NOTE 4
RD
BR
BK
L1
BK
BK
BK
BL BL
SC
Y
C
O
W2
R
NOTE 1
L1
C
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTOR ONLY.
4) CRANKCASE HEATER & CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH ARE FACTORY INSTALLED OPTION
5) 40VA MINIMUM TRANSFORMER IS REQUIRED.
6) COMMON SIDE OF TRANSFORMER MUST BE GROUNDED.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CADM -------- COMFORT ALERT DIAGNOSTIC MODULE
R-DFT
CCR ----------- COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR RELAY
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CHS ----------- CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
CMR ---------- CONDENSER MOTOR RELAY
R
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
CS ------------- COMPRESSOR SOLENOID
DC ------------- DEFROST CONTROL
DFT ----------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
DT ------------- DISCHARGE THERMOSTAT
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HVDR -------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ---------- LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
R
LVDR --------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
LVJB --------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FA CTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
GR---------------- GREEN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
W H -------------- W HITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK----------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
BL/PK
BL
OR
WH
RD
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
O
SR
S
2
M
O
CCR
LPS
N
F
Y
SEE NOTE 5 & 6
C
SC
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RCCF
HPS
CNT
}
C
C
L2
FIELD LOW
VO LTAG E
CONNECTIO NS
C-RV
T2
0140R00171 - B
C
O-RV RV C
C
H
1
PS2 Y
DC
SEE NOTE 4
AI
X
AU
CH
CM
IO
R
COMP
N
R-PS1
DFT
AI
X
AU
M
CHS
IO
5
INDOOR POWER SUPPLY
W2
W
LV DR
DFT
DF2
C
DF1
HVDR
T1
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ANZ130[18-60]1A*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
213
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
214
ASX130[18-60]1A*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
L2
L1
1
SR
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
BL
RD
(LOW)
BK
(HIGH)
BR
PU
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
T2
T1
YL
2
5
BK
BK
CADM
YL
RD
BL
YL
C
R C Y
RD
BK
YL
BK
YL
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
RD
R C S
RD
S
CONTROL BOX
T1
L1
C
L2
T2
BK
1
PU
SC
RCCF
YL
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
YL
YL
BL
HERM
YL
F
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
C
3
BK
LAT
NOTE 3
2
RD
RD
BR
RD
RD
RD
YL/PK
BK
BK
YL/PK
BL
LPS
BL
YL
YL/PK
YL/PK
RD
BK
Y
C
BL
LVJB
NOTE 1
L1
C
C
A
D
M
T1
2
IO
CADM
Y
C R
3
C
X
AU
S
1
IO
C
A
D
M
W
O
CM
(L
)
LAT
NOTE 3
(HIGH)
2
CADM
SR
COMP
M
AI
N
R
5
C
AI
N
LPS
M
C
SC
SA
(IF USED)
RCCF
X
AU
F
H
1
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
T2
C
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
0140R00152 REV A
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
HPS
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CADM -------- COMFORT ALERT MODULE
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
R C Y
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
INDOOR POWER
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
SUPPLY
LAT ------------ LOW AMBIENT THERMOSTAT
LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
NOTES:
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
SA ------------- START ASSIST
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) LAT POSITION SHOWN FOR HIGH
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE.
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
R
RD
YL/PK
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
LVJB
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
L2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASX130[18-60]1B*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
215
L2
L1
1
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
BL
RD
(LOW)
BK
(HIGH)
BR
PU
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POL E CONTACTOR
T2
T1
YL
2
SR
RD
BK
YL
C
BK
YL
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
CADM RD
BK
YL
RD
YL
C Y R C S
BL
S
L1
T1
1
3
RD
YL
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
RCCF
YL
YL
BL
HERM
F
YL
SC
C
BK
LAT
NOTE 3
2
RD
RD
BR
PU
RD
RD
RD
YL/PK
C
L2
T2
BK
BK
BK
YL/PK
BL
LPS
BL
YL
YL/PK
YL/PK
RD
BK
C
BL
LVJB
NOTE 1
L1
C
C
A
D
M
T1
2
IO
CADM
Y
C
3
C
X
AU
S
1
IO
C
A
D
M
)
OW CM
(L
LAT
NOTE 3
(HIGH)
2
CADM
SR
COMP
M
AI
N
R
5
HPS
LPS
SA
C
SC
(IF USED)
C
M
AI
N
X
AU
F
RCCF
H
1
SEE RATING PLATE
OUTDO OR POW ER SUPPLY
T2
C
L2
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
0140R00 169 - B
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
C Y
CADM -------- COMFORT ALERT MODULE
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
NOTES:
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
& INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
REQUIRED.
LAT ------------ LOW AMBIENT THERMOSTAT
3) LAT POSITION SHOWN FOR HIGH AMBIENT
LPS ------------ L OW PRESSURE SWITCH
TEMPERATURE.
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROW N
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
Y
YL/PK
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
216
5
BK
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASX130[18-48]1C[A/B] / ASX130601CA
L2
L1
1
SR
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
BL
BK
BR
PU
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
T2
T1
YL
2
5
BK
CADM
BK
YL
RD
YL
C Y
BL
BK
YL
RD
IO
BK
YL
R C S
RD
CONTROL BOX
C
R
AUX
COMP
MAIN
YL
S
YL
BL
BL
L1
T1
C
L2
T2
BK
BK BK
RCCF
NOTE 3
YL
YL
BL
HERM
YL
F
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
BR
C
RD
RD
RD
YL
EQUIPMENT GROUND
RD
PU
RD
RD
SC
C
BL
LVJB
NOTE 1
L1
C
C
A
D
M
T1
IO
CADM
Y
C
C
5
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CADM -------- COMFORT ALERT MODULE
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
Y
YL
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
LVJB
2
S
CADM
Y
SA
C
SC
(IF USED)
C
MA
IN
X
AU
F
RCCF
H
1
T2
C
USE N.E.C.
CLASS 2 WIRE
L2
0140R00239-A
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTORS
ONLY.
C
CM
IO
C
A
D
M
COMP
M
AI
N
R
X
AU
SR
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASX130[24-48]1CC / ASX130601CB/ ASX130611A*
/ ASX130[18, 36]1D*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
217
BK
L2
L1
1
SR
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
BL
BK
BR
PU
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
T2
T1
YL
2
5
BK
IO
BK
C P Y C
PU
CSM
BK
YL
RD
CONTROL BOX
C
YL
R
YL
AUX
COMP
MAIN
RD
S
YL/PK
PU
L1
T1
LPS
C
L2
T2
BK
BK BK
YL
BL
HERM
YL
YL
F
YL
RCCF
NOTE 3
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
BR
C
RD
RD
RD
YL/PK
EQUIPMENT GROUND
RD
PU
RD
RD
SC
C
BL
LVJB
NOTE 1
LVJB
L1
C
C
CSM
Y
C P
C
S
M
T1
IO
5
LPS
CM
IO
X
S
AU
COMP
M
AI
N
R
SR
2
C
M
AI
N
X
AU
F
C
SC
SA
(IF USED)
RCCF
H
1
OU TDOO R PO WE R S UP PLY
S EE RA TING PLATE
T2
C
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
USE N.E.C.
CLASS 2 WIRE
0140R00274-A
COMPONENT CODE
Y
C --------------- CONTACTOR
C
NOTE 1
CSM -------- CORESENSE MODULE
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
THERMOSTAT.
SA ------------- START ASSIST
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTORS
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
ONLY.
LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
FIELD W IRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIR ING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
Y
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
218
YL
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
L2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASX130181DB, / ASX130[24-48]1CD
ASX130181CC
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
BK
L2
L1
1
SR
IO
CM
A UX
M AIN
BL
BK
BR
PU
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
T2
T1
YL
2
5
C
CSM
BK
YL
RD
CONTROL BOX
P Y
PU
IO
BK
C
BK
C
YL
R
YL
AUX
M AIN
C OM P
RD
S
YL /PK
PU
L1
C
L2
T2
BK
LPS
BK
T1
BK
RC CF
F
HERM
SA
(IF USED)
N OT E 2
RD
BR
C
RD
RD
RD
YL
YL
YL
BL
YL
Y L/PK
EQUIPMENT GROUND
NOTE 3
RD
PU
RD
RD
SC
C
BL
L VJ B
SEE NO TE 1
L1
C
C
CSM
Y
P
C
C
S
M
T1
IO
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CSM -------- CORESENSE MODULE
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
Y
YL
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
LVJB
N
AI
C
M
SC
C
(IF USED)
SA
RC CF
X
N
AU
F
1
SEE NOTE 1
CM
IO
R
2
Y
H
T2
C
USE N .E.C.
C LASS 2 W IRE
L2
0140R00274-B
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTORS
ONLY.
C
S
C O MP
X
SR
LPS
AI
AU
M
5
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASX130181D* / ASX130[24, 30, 48]1CC-CE
ASX130361[CC,CD]/D*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
219
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
RD
(LOW)
(HIGH)
BR
PU
BL
CADM
YL
RD
BL
R C
RD
C
YL
YL
YL
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
RD
R C
RD
BL/PK
YL
YL/PK
BL/PK
BL
BL
YL/PK LPS
HPS
YL/PK
BL/PK
RD
RCCF
YL
YL
BL
HERM
YL
F
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
BR
C
RD
RD
RD
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
PU
YL/PK
C
RD
RD
SC
LAT
NOTE 3
YL
C
LVJB
NOTE 1
C
D
C
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
IO
CADM
IO
AI
HPS
SA
C
(IF USED)
C
N
X
LPS
M
AU
F
RCCF
H
SC
C
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) LAT POSITION SHOWN FOR HIGH
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE.
INDOOR POWER
SUPPLY
Y
D
C
W
O CM
(L
LAT
NOTE 3
)
R
COMP
X
AI
N
(HIGH)
M
AU
SR
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
CADM
Y
C
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CADM -------- COMFORT ALERT MODULE
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LAT ------------ LOW AMBIENT THERMOSTAT
LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE
JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
R
RD
BL/PK
BL
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
220
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
YL
SR
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASX140[18-60]1*
L2
T1
L1
1
SR
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
BL
RD
(LOW)
BK
(HIGH)
BR
PU
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
T2
YL
2
5
BK
BK
YL
RD
C
BK
YL
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
RD
R C S
CADM
C Y
YL
RD
BK
BL
YL
L1
LPS
1
PU
BK
RD
BK
RCCF
YL
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
YL
YL
BL
HERM
F
YL
SC
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
C
3
LAT
NOTE 3
2
RD
RD
BR
RD
RD
RD
YL/PK
C
L2
T2
BK
BK
T1
BK
RD
YL/PK
BL
BL/PK
BL
YL
YL/PK
HPS
YL/PK
BL/PK
BL/PK
S
CONTROL BOX
C
BL
LVJB
NOTE 1
L1
C
C
A
D
M
T1
2
CADM
Y
C
3
C
IO
O
(L
W
)
1
LAT
NOTE 3
(HIGH)
N
2
S
CM
IO
R
C
A
D
M
CADM
SR
COMP
UX
AI
A
M
5
HPS
LPS
C
M
AI
N
SC
C
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
X
AU
F
H
1
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
T2
C
L2
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
0140R00168-B
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
C Y
CADM -------- COMFORT ALERT MODULE
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
NOTES:
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK
& INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
REQUIRED.
LAT -- ---------- LOW AMBIENT THERMOSTAT
3) LAT POSITION SHOWN FOR HIGH AMBIENT
LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
TEMPERATURE.
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
Y
BL/PK
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
LVJB
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASX140[18-36/48]1C[A/B]
ASX140421D[A/B] / ASX140[48-60]1[BA/B]
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
221
L2
L1
1
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
BL
BK
BR
PU
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
T2
T1
YL
2
SR
BK
YL
IO
BK
YL
R C S
RD
CADM RD
BK
YL
RD
YL
C Y
BL
C
R
AUX
COMP
MAIN
BL/PK
BL/PK
S
HPS
YL
BL/PK
BL
BL
BK
L1
T1
BK
C
L2
T2
BK
YL
YL
YL
BL
NOTE 3
RCCF
HERM
F
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
BR
C
RD
RD
RD
YL
EQUIPMENT GROUND
RD
PU
RD
RD
SC
C
BL
LVJB
NOTE 1
L1
C
C
A
D
M
T1
CADM
Y
C
C
IO
5
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CADM -------- COMFORT ALERT MODULE
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
Y
BL/PK
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
222
5
BK
CONTROL BOX
2
S
Y
HPS
C
SC
C
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
X
MA
IN
AU
F
H
1
T2
C
L2
USE N.E.C.
CLASS 2 WIRE
0140R00240-A
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTORS
ONLY.
C
CM
IO
C
A
D
M
CADM
COMP
MA
IN
R
X
AU
SR
OU TD OOR POW ER SU PPLY
SEE R AT ING PLAT E
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASX140[24-36]1CC / ASX140421DC
ASX140481CB / ASX140601BC / ASX1401801DA
L2
L1
1
SR
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
T2
T1
YL
2
5
BK
BK
BR
PU
BL
CONTROL BOX
BK
YL
RD
PU
Y
BK
C
YL BK
CSM
C P
BL
YL
IO
C
R
AUX
COMP
MAIN
BL/PK
YL RD
S
HPS
YL/PK
BL/PK
BL/PK
YL
YL/PK
L1
LPS
C
L2
T2
BK
YL
BK
T1
YL/PK
BL/PK
PU
BK
C
RD
RCCF
HERM
F
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
BR
RD
RD
YL
YL
BL
YL/PK
EQUIPMENT GROUND
NOTE 3
RD
PU
RD
RD
SC
YL
C
LVJB
SEE NOTE 1
L1
C
C
S
M
T1
C
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CSM -------- CORESENSE MODULE
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR COD E
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK --------------- YELLOW /PINK STRIPE
BL
Y
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
YL
IO
C
S
AI
N
Y
HPS
MA
IN
X
AU
F
1
SEE NOTE 1
CM
IO
R
2
LPS
C
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
C
SC
H
T2
C
L2
0140R00275-C
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN
REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY.
CSM
Y
C
P
SR
COMP
X
AU
M
5
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASX140[24-36]1CD / ASX140421DD
ASX140481CC / ASX140601BD / ASX1401801DB
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
223
YL
T2
L2
T1
L1
1
SR
BL
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
2
5
BK
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
CONTROL BOX
C
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
YL
BL
S
BK
L1
T1
BK
C
L2
T2
BK
RD
YL
RCCF
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
SC
YL
C
BL
RD
BR
F
RD
EQUIPMENT GROUND
SEE NOTE 3
H
PU
RD
RD
C
BL
SEE NOTE 1
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD W IRIN G
HIGH VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY W IRIN G
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL ---------------- YELLOW
Y
YL
L1
C
T1
C
CM
IO
IO
MA
Y
IN
X
AU
SR
S
2
SEE NOTE 1
C
R
COMP
X
AU
MA
IN
5
C
F
1
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
SC
C
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK &
INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN R EQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY.
NOTES:
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
224
LVJB
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
C
L2
0140R00015P-C
H
T2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASX140[18-60]1K*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
L2
BL
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
BR
PU
RD
(LOW)
BK
(HIGH)
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
T2
L1
1
SR
T1
YL
2
5
BK
BL
PU
RD
BK
BK
YL
RD
CADM
C
BK
YL
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
RD
S
CS
Y2
C
RD
BK
BL/PK PU
YL DC
SOL
Y2 R C Y1 R C S
YL
RD
YL/PK BL/PK
YL/PK
L1
YL/PK
LPS
PU
C
BL
RD
RCCF
YL
YL
BL
HERM
YL
F
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
BR
SC
RD
RD
3
5
CMR
4
YL
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
YL/PK
C
L2
RD
T2
T1
RD
1
2
BL
BK
BL BK BK
BL/PK HPS BL/PK
PU
BL
BK
YL
YL
BK
Y1
C
Y2
PU
BL
YL
LVJB
NOTE 1
L1
C
A
D
M
2
C
CADM
Y1
Y2 C R
C
T1
C
M
R
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
X
AU
5
O
(L
)
S
IO
C
A
D
M
R
1
C
Y1
LPS
T2
C
C
CS
Y2
C
L2
0140R00081
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
HPS
(IF USED)
CMR 3
M
AI
N
SC
C
SA
RCCF
X
AU
F
H
1
INDOOR POWER
SUPPLY
CM
Y2
W
2
CADM
SR
COMP
M
AI
N
R
(HIGH)
DC
SOL
4
IO
5
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CADM -------- COMFORT ALERT MODULE
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
CMR ---------- CONDENSER MOTOR RELAY
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
CS ------------- COMPRESSOR SOLENOID
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
R
RD
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASX160[24-60]1A*/C*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
225
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
YL
CONTROLS SHOW N WITH
THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
BK
RD
BK
SEE NOTE 1 DT
S
OAS
R
C
CS
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CHS------------ CRANKCASE HEATER
SWITCH
CM ------------ CONDENSER FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
CS ------------- COMPRESSOR SOLENOID
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SW ITCH
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ---------- LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
OAS ----------- OUTDOOR AIR SENSOR
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR
COMPRESSOR & FAN
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR
COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR
COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
C
AUX
COMP
MAIN
BL/PK
HPS
LPS
BK
1 SR
2
5
R
CM
CH
C
CAP COM
RD(LOW)
COMP
K2
C
C
R
OPTIONAL HARD START
SC
S
S
C
HIGH
K4
PU
BR
BK (HIGH)
COM
FAN
BR
2
5
RES
OPTIONAL HARD START
SC
SC
1
RUN CAPACITOR
(COMPRESSOR AND FAN)
PU
CCH
AUX
UC CONTROL K6
MAIN
LPC
IO
TO uP
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- W HITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
PSC FAN
MOTOR
K3
BL/PK
HPC
RD
BK
BK
BK
L2
L1
RD
RUN
COM
START
RD
BK
E17
L1
L2
CAP COM
R
C
RELAY
E21
CCH
E13
L2 OUT
START
RLY
START
E11
YL
RELAY
E16
RELAY
C
R
O
L (OPTIONAL)
Y2
Y1
W1
C
R
E22
C
R
2
1
E47
OCT
E2
O
L
Y2
Y1
W1
C
R
2
1
C
R
1
2 E25
FUSE
RELAY
GND
C
R
2
1
HIGH VOLTAGE
FIELD
LOW VOLTAGE
HIGH VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE FACTORY WIRING
BL
RD
YL
PU
LOW VOLTAGE
BARRIER
1. IF DT IS NOT PRESENT, HPS BL/PK
WIRE GOES DIRECTLY TO TERMINAL
E29.
2. USE COPPER SUPPLY WIRES ONLY.
3. USE 40VA TRANSFORMER MINIMUM.
NOTES:
CONTROL BOX
TO INDOOR COMMUNICATING PCB
INDOOR POW ER SUPPLY 24 VAC
0140R00138 - C
THIS WIRING SCHEMATIC SHOWS THE LEGACY WIRING FROM
THE FACTORY. THE WIRES GO TO INDOOR T-STAT AS SHOWN
IN "LEGACY INDOOR T-STAT". TO WIRE THE SYSTEM IN
COMMUNICATING MODE, THE INSTALLER HAS TO WORK
THE WIRING AS SHOWN IN "COMMUNICATING INDOOR T-STAT".
REFER TO THE IO MANUAL LOCATED IN COMMUNICATING
T-STAT KIT FOR MORE DETAILS.
OAT
UC BOARD
E1
LPCO HPCO
RELAY
E23
INDOOR POWER SUPPLY 24 VAC
E14
HIGH
FAN
RUN
E24
COMMUNICATING INDOOR T-STAT
FROM
OUTDOOR
UNIT
O
L
Y2
Y1
W1
C
R
LEGACY INDOOR T-STAT
E8
E5
E10
HERM
FROM
OUTDOOR
UNIT
230 VAC
SUPPLY
YL
RD
YL/PK
YL/PK
E26
E28
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
E14
COLOR CODE
L1
L2
Y1
C 2
Y2 W1 R 1
3
6
L
E29
226
1
4
O
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASX160[24-60]1B*
LOW
CAP
FAN
HERM
RUN CAPACITOR
HERM
L2
L1
1
SR
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
T2
T1
YL
2
5
BK
BK
BR
PU
BL
CONTROL BOX
BK
YL
RD
PU
BK
Y C
YL BK
CSM
C P
BL
YL
IO
C
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
BL/PK
YL RD
S
HPS
YL/PK
BL/PK
BL/PK
YL
YL/PK
L1
LPS
C
L2
T2
BK
YL
BK
T1
YL/PK
BL/PK
PU
BK
C
RD
RCCF
HERM
F
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
BR
RD
RD
YL
YL
BL
YL/PK
EQUIPMENT GROUND
NOTE 3
RD
PU
RD
RD
SC
YL
C
LVJB
NOTE 1
LVJB
L1
C
C
S
M
T1
C
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CSM -------- CORESENSE MODULE
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK --------------- YELLOW /PINK STRIPE
BL
Y
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
YL
IO
C
S
MA
IN
Y
CM
IO
R
2
HPS
MA
IN
X
AU
F
H
1
C
LPS
C
SA
(IF USED)
RCCF
SC
T2
C
L2
0140R00275-B
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN
REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY.
CSM
Y
C
P
SR
COMP
X
AU
5
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASX160[18-48]1F*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
227
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
228
ASX160601F*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASX160611F*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
229
230
L2
L1
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
CM
L2
L1
GND
YL
(LOW)
WH
(HIGH)
BR
BK
GR/YL
BL
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
T2
1
SR
T1
YL
2
5
BK
RD
BL
PU
RD
BK
BK
BL
(COM)
YL
RD
CADM
C
BK
YL
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
RD
BR
S
BK
CS
Y2
C
RD
YL
BL/PK PU
YL DC
SOL
Y2 R C Y1 R C S
YL
YL/PK BL/PK
YL/PK
L1
T1
YL/PK
LPS
BL/PK HPS BL/PK
PU
BL
C
L2
T2
RD
RD
RC
HERM
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
C
RD
RD
SC
YL
YL
YL
BL
YL
C
Y2
BL
YL
LVJB
NOTE 1
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
GR --------------- GREEN
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
W H -------------- W HITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
GR/YL ---------- GREEN/YELLOW STRIPE
Y1
PU
L1
C
CADM
Y1
R
C
A
D
M
Y2 C
C
T1
DC
SOL
IO
CONTROLS SHOWN W ITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
S
L2
L1
Y2
GND
AI
N
2
R
Y1
LPS
C
SC
T2
C
C
CS
Y2
C
L2
0140R00106
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIR E
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
HPS
(IF USED)
SA
RC
Y W B
L H L
CM
1
INDOOR POWER
SUPPLY
CM
R
C
A
D
M
CADM
SR
COMP
X
AU
M
5
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CADM -------- COMFORT ALERT MODULE
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
CS ------------- COMPRESSOR SOLENOID
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
EQUIPMENT GROUND LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
USE COPPER
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
CONDUCTORS ONLY RC ------------ COMPRESSOR RUN CAPACITOR
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
RD
YL/PK
BL
BK
BL BK
BK
R
RD
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASX180[36-60]1A*
R
YL
OAS
BK
BK
RD
DT
SEE NOTE 1
S
C
CS
YL
BL/PK
HPS
LPS
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CM ------------ CONDENSER FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
CS ------------- COMPRESSOR SOLENOID
DT ------------- DISCHARGE THERMOSTAT
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ---------- LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
OAS ----------- OUTDOOR AIR SENSOR
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
COMPONENT CODE
C
AUX
COMP
MAIN
WH
BK
CH
SR
1
BL
5
2
GR/YL
BK
BR
BK
2
5
RES
OPTIONAL HARD START
SR
SC
1
RCCF
COM
FAN
ECM FAN
MOTOR
C
GND
L1
L2
R
R
S
S
COMP
C
C
K2
OPTIONAL HARD
START
SC
YL
K4
CM
K3
RUN
HERM
CAPACITOR
C
HERM
CAP COM
CAPACITY
SOLENOID
VALVE
ON/OFF
HIGH/LOW
24V
BR
YL
RD
RD
RUN
COM
START
YL/PK
YL/PK
L1
230 VAC
SUPPLY
L2
BL
WH
BK
BK
CCH
BL/PK
UC CONTROL K6
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
L1
L2
E14
COLOR CODE
LPC
E8
L1
L2
CAP COM
R
C
START
RLY
START
E17
E5
E10
HERM
BL
WH
YL
E11
FROM
OUTDOOR
UNIT
FROM
OUTDOOR
UNIT
E13
L2 OUT
RELAY
E21
CCH
RELAY
E16
RELAY
E28
E24
E26
E22
E23
C
R
C
R
C
R
2
1
C
R
2
1
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
HIGH VOLTAGE
FIELD
WIRING CODE FACTORY WIRING
BL
RD
YL
PU
LOW VOLTAGE
BARRIER
1. IF DT IS NOT PRESENT, HPS BL/PK WIRE
GOES DIRECTLY TO TERMINAL E29.
2. USE COPPER SUPPLY WIRES ONLY.
3. USE 40VA TRANSFORMER MINIMUM.
NOTES:
CONTROL BOX
TO INDOOR COMMUNICATING PCB
INDOOR POWER SUPPLY 24 VAC
0140R00142-C
THIS WIRING SCHEMATIC SHOWS THE LEGACY WIRING FROM
THE FACTORY. THE WIRES GO TO INDOOR T-STAT AS SHOWN
IN "LEGACY INDOOR T-STAT". TO WIRE THE SYSTEM IN
COMMUNICATING MODE, THE INSTALLER HAS TO WORK
THE WIRING AS SHOWN IN "COMMUNICATING INDOOR T-STAT".
REFER TO THE IO MANUAL LOCATED IN COMMUNICATING
T-STAT KIT FOR MORE DETAILS.
COMMUNICATING INDOOR T-STAT
C
R
O
L (OPTIONAL)
Y2
Y1
W1
L
Y2
Y1
OCT
E2
O
L
Y2
Y1
W1
C
R
2
1
C
R
1
2 E25
FUSE
RELAY
GND
INDOOR POWER SUPPLY 24 VAC
E1 E47
LEGACY INDOOR T-STAT
OAT
UC BOARD
E14
LPCO HPCO
HIGH
FAN
RELAY
RUN
E29
FAN
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
HPC
3
6
Y2 Y1 C R 1 2
1
4
TO uP
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASX180[36-60]1B*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
231
232
L2
L1
1
SR
BL/P K
IO
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
CM
AUX
MAIN
HPS
O O
W2
R R
BL
RD
(LOW)
BK
(HIGH)
BK
YL
RD
RD
BL
YL
AUX
MAIN
RD
R
BK
YL
YL
BK
S
COMP
BK
DF1
DF2
R C S
RD
RD
CH
(IF USED) NOTE 3
BK
C
CADM
H
V
D
R
DFT
R C Y
RD
OR
RD
WH
RD
YL OR B K
BR
PU
BL/PK
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
T2
T1
YL
2
5
BK
BL
BL
C Y
LVDR
DC
YL/P K
RD
RD
BK
BK
BK
LPS
DFT
RVC
L1
T1
YL/P K BK
YL/P K
BK
YL/PK
BL/P K
YL
YL
BL
BL
BK
L2
T2
BK B K
BL BK BK
BL
RD
BK
1
RD
C
RCCF
HERM
F
RD
YL
YL
YL
BL
OR
SC
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
BR
RD
RD
3
BK
BK
YL
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
PU
C
5
4
3
LAT
NOTE 4
2
CMR
2
RD
1
BK
Y
C
BL
NOTE 1
LVJB
C
CADM
Y
C R
L1
C C
A
D
M
IO
3
DF2
R
R
VENDOR: GOODMAN PRINT SHOP
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
S
01/06
W2
X
AU
HPS
LPS
Y
DC
C
(IF USED)
MA
IN
Y
C
SA
RCCF
SC
C
RVC
CMR
INDOOR POWER
SUPPLY
O
O
O
W2
DFT
(IF USED)
NOTE 3
F
H
1
T2
C
C
L2
0140R00030P
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTE S:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START A SSIST FACTORY
EQUIPP ED W HEN REQUIRED.
3) CRA NKCASE HEATER MAY BE
FACTORY OR FIELD INS TALLED.
4) LAT POSITION SHOW N FOR HIGH
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE .
LVDR
5
CMR
CH
4
2
C
A
D
M
IO
R
W CM
)
DFT
O
(L
IN
2
CADM
SR
COMP
X
AU
MA
5
(HIGH)
1
LAT
NOTE 4
2
HV DR
DF1
T1
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
COMPONENT CODE
C -------------- CONTACTOR
CADM ------- COMFORT ALERT
DIAGNOSTIC MODULE
CH ----------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CM ----------- OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
CMR --------- CONDENSER MOTOR RELAY
COMP ------- COMPRESSOR
DC ------------ DEFROST CONTROL
DFT ---------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
R
HPS ---------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HVDR ------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
IO ------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LAT ---------- LOW AMBIENT THERMOSTAT
LPS ---------- LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
LVDR -------- LOW V OLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
LVJB --------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF -------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
RVC ---------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
SA ------------ START ASSIST
SC ------------ START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------ START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
O
OR
W2
WH
B L/P K
R
RD
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASZ130[18-60]1A*
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASZ130[18, 36-60]1AB/AC; ASZ130[24-30]AC/AD
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
233
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
234
ASZ130[18, 36-60]1AC; ASZ130[24-30]AD
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
BK
RD YL
R C Y R C S CADM
BL
L2
L1
ALTERNATE
DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
T2
T1
CM
IO
AUX
MAIN
DFT
BK
YL
BK
BR
PU
RD
BK
YL
RVC
BK
YL
LPS
BL/PK
C
C
C
R
R
YL/PK
YL
PU
YL/PK
BK
0
YL
Y
BL
PS2
2
W
1
BK OR
0
YL/PK
C-RV
WH BK
0-RV
SR
Y
BL/PK
CNT
5
BK
HVDR
RD
DC
LVDR
YL/PK
R-PS1
R-DFT
DFT
DF2
DF1
CCR
RD
RD
BK
RD
BK
CONTROL BOX
HPS
BL/PK
PU
BL
BL
RD
R
C
BK
C
IO
COMP
PU
CHS
C
RD
AUX
MAIN
RD
S
BK
YL
GR
SEE NOTE 3
EQUIPMENT
GROUND
RCCF
YL
YL
BL
HERM
YL
F
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
L2
T2
CH
SEE NOTE 4
RD
BR
BK
L1
T1
BK
BK
BK
BL BL
SC
Y
C
NOTE 1
L1
C
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTOR ONLY.
4) CRANKCASE HEATER & CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH ARE FACTORY INSTALLED OPTION
5) 40VA MINIMUM TRANSFORMER IS REQUIRED.
6) COMMON SIDE OF TRANSFORMER MUST BE GROUNDED.
FIELD WI RING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CADM -------- COMFORT ALERT DIAGNOSTIC MODULE
R-DFT
CCR ----------- COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR RELAY
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CHS ----------- CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
R
DC ------------- DEFROST CONTROL
DFT ----------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITC H
HVDR -------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ---------- LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
LVDR --------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
LVJB --------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
R
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
GR---------------- GREEN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK----------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
BL/PK
BL
OR
WH
RD
O
W2
R
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
LVJB
X
AU
S
CADM
DFT
2
MA
IN
X
AU
CH
CM
IO
CADM
CCR
CADM
R Y C
O
LPS
F
Y
C
SEE NOTE 5 & 6
C
}
C
C
L2
FIELD LOW
VOLTAGE
CONNECTIONS
C-RV
T2
0140R00241 - A
CNT
RVC
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
O-RV
HPS
SC
C
SA
RCCF
H
1
PS2 Y
DC
SEE NOTE 4
R-PS1
O
SR
COMP
MA
IN
R
CHS
IO
5
INDOOR POWER SUPPLY
W2
W
LVDR
DFT
DF2
C
DF1
HVDR
CADM
T1
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASZ130[18, 36-60]1AD; ASZ130[24-30]AE
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
235
T2
L2
T1
L1
PU
YL
BK
RD
CSM
YL
DFT
ALTERNATE
DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
YL
BL
IO
AUX
MAIN
BK
PS2
1
BK
CM
YL
RD
BR
PU
YL
BK
BK
RVC
YL
YL/PK
LPS
HPS
PU
C
C
C
R
R
YL/PK
BL/PK
BK
0
2
W
YL/PK
OR
0
SR
C-RV
WH BK BK
0-RV
5
BK
Y
YL
Y
PU
CNT
PU
HVDR
RD
LVDR
YL/PK
R-PS1
R-DFT
DFT
DF2
DF1
CCR
CR P Y C
RD
BK
RD
BK
DC
CONTROL BOX
BL
PU
C
R
AUX
S
C
RD
RD
SC
F
RD
BK
RD
BL
RD
YL
GR
EQUIP MENT
GROUND
SEE NOTE 3
YL
RCCF
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
YL
H
RD
RD
CH
RD
CHS
BK
L2
T2
COMP
MAIN
RD
BK
BR
YL
C
L1
T1
BK
PU BK BK
SEE NOTE 4
BL/PK
BL
RD
Y
C
NOTE 1
L1
C
C
SC
HPS CNT C
T2
C
L2
0140R00273-A
FIELD LOW
VOLTAGE
CONNECTIONS
}
C
C-RV
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
O-RV RVC
PS2 Y
DC
CCR
CSM
R YCP
O
LPS
N
X
AU
F
RCCF
H
1
SEE NOTE 4
CH
CM
IO
M
AI
2
Y
W2
O
INDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE NOTE 5 & 6
W
LVDR
R-PS1
SR
X
S
AU
COMP
M
AI
N
R
5
CHS
IO
DFT
DF1 C
HVDR
DF2
CSM
T1
DFT
C
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTOR ONLY.
4) CRANKCASE HEATER & CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH ARE FACTORY
INSTALLED OPTION
5) 40VA MINIMUM TRANSFORMER IS REQUIRED.
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 W IRE
6) COMMON SIDE OF TRANSFORMER MUST BE GROUNDED.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CSM ----------- CORESENSE MODULE
R-DFT
CCR ----------- COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR RELAY
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CHS ----------- CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
R
DC ------------- DEFROST CONTROL
DFT ----------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HVDR -------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ---------- LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
LVDR --------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
LVJB --------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
--------- RUN
RCCF
CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
R
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR
(OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
CONTROLS SHOW N WITH THERMOSTAT IN
'OFF' POSITION.
NOTES:
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY W IRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
GR---------------- GREEN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK----------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
PU
BL
OR
WH
RD
O
W2
R
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
236
LVJB
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASZ130[18, 36-60]1A* [E & UP]
ASZ130[24-30]A* [F & UP]; ASZ130241B*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
L2
L1
1
SR
BL/PK
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
HPS
BR
PU
RD
(LOW)
BK
(HIGH)
BL/PK
BL
YL
BL
RD
AUX
CH
R
BK
YL
S
YL
DF1
BK
S
COMP
BK
R C
RD
MAIN
Y
YL
RD
DFT
H
V
D
R
DF2
(IF USED) NOTE 3
BK
C
CADM
R C
RD
RD
R R
RD
BK
RD
WH
W2
RD
BK
O O
OR
YL OR
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
T2
T1
YL
2
5
BK
BL
BL
C Y
LVDR
DC
BK
YL/PK
RD
RD
BK
BK
LPS
DFT
RVC
YL/PK
BL/PK
YL
YL
BL
BL
BK
L1
YL/PK
BK
YL/PK
T1
BK
L2
T2
BK
BK
BL BK BK
BL
RD
BK
RD
C
RD
RCCF
HERM
F
RD
SC
YL
YL
YL
BL
OR
BK
BK
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
BR
RD
3
3
YL
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
PU
C
5
4
2
CMR
2
1
RD
1
BK
LAT
NOTE 4
C
BL
NOTE 1
LVJB
L1
CADM
Y
C R
C
T1
IO
3
DF2
R
R
VENDOR: GOODMAN PRINT SHOP
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN "OFF" POSITION
01/06
A
W
)
S
CMR
CH
4
2
C
A
D
M
CM
IO
R
W2
5
F
X
AI
N
AU
HPS
LPS
Y
C
(I F USED)
M
Y
SC
C
SA
RCCF
DC
H
1
T2
C
C
L2
0140R00030P
USE N.E.C. CL ASS 2 W IRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UN IT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) CRANKCASE HEATER MAY BE
FACTORY OR FIELD INSTALL ED.
4) LAT POSITION SHOWN FOR HIGH
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE .
C
RVC
CMR
INDOOR POWER
SUPPLY
O
O
O
W2
DFT
(IF USED)
NOTE 3
LVDR
DFT
O
(L
N
2
CADM
SR
COMP
UX
M
AI
(HIGH)
1
LAT
NOTE 4
2
HVDR
DF1
C
A
D
M
C
5
OUTDO OR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RA TING PLATE
------- CONTACTOR
C
CADM ------- COMFORT ALERT
DIAGNOSTIC MODULE
CH ------- CRANKCASE HEATER
------FAN MOTOR
OUTDOOR
CM
CMR ------- CONSENSER MOTOR RELAY
COMP------- COMPRESSOR
DC ------- DEFROST CONTROL
DFT ------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
R
HPS ------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HVDR ------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
IO
LAT ------- LOW AMBIENT THERMOSTAT
LPS ------- LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
LVDR ------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
LVJB ------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF------ RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
RVC - - - - - - REVERSING VALVE COIL
SA - - - - - - START ASSIST
SC - - - - - - START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR - - - - - - START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
COMPONENT CODE
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
FACTORY WIRING
WIRING CODE
COLOR CODE
BK
BLACK
BL
BLUE
BL/PK
BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR
BROWN
OR
ORANGE
PU
PURPLE
RD
RED
WH
WHITE
YL
YELLOW
YL/PK
YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
O
Y
OR
W2
WH
BL/PK
R
RD
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
CONTA CT OR POLE O N LY
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASZ140[18, 30-36]1AA-AF
ASZ14030241AA-AG, [042-060]1AA-AE
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
237
ASZ140[18, 30, 36]1AG/AH
ASZ140241AH; [42, 48, 60]1AF/AG; ASZ140361B*
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
238
ASZ140[18, 30, 36]1A[G/H]
ASZ140241AJ; [42, 48, 60]1AG; ASZ140361BA
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
239
BK
RD YL
R C Y R C S CADM
BL
L2
L1
ALTERNATE
DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
T2
T1
CM
IO
AUX
MAIN
DFT
BK
YL
BK
BR
PU
RD
BK
YL
RVC
BK
YL
LPS
BL/PK
C
C
C
R
R
YL/PK
YL
PU
YL/PK
BK
0
YL
Y
BL
PS2
1
W
2
BK OR
0
YL/PK
C-RV
WH BK
0-RV
SR
Y
BL/PK
CNT
5
BK
HVDR
RD
LVDR
YL/PK
R-PS1
R-DFT
DFT
DF2
DC
CONTROL BOX
CCR
RD
RD
BK
RD
BK
DF1
HPS
BL/PK
PU
BL
BL
RD
R
C
BK
C
IO
COMP
PU
CHS
C
RD
AUX
MAIN
RD
S
BK
YL
GR
SEE NOTE 3
EQUIPMENT
GROUND
RCCF
YL
YL
BL
HERM
YL
F
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
L2
T2
CH
SEE NOTE 4
RD
BR
BK
L1
T1
BK
BK BK
BL BL
SC
Y
C
O
W2
R
NOTE 1
L1
C
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTOR ONLY.
4) CRANKCASE HEATER & CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH ARE FACTORY INSTALLED OPTION
5) 40VA MINIMUM TRANSFORMER IS REQUIRED.
6) COMMON SIDE OF TRANSFORMER MUST BE GROUNDED.
FIELD WI RING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CADM -------- COMFORT ALERT DIAGNOSTIC MODULE
R-DFT
CCR ----------- COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR RELAY
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CHS ----------- CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
R
DC ------------- DEFROST CONTROL
DFT ----------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HVDR -------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ---------- LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
LVDR --------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
LVJB --------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
R
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
WIRING CODE
FA CTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
GR---------------- GREEN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
W H -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK----------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
BL/PK
BL
OR
WH
RD
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
240
LVJB
X
AU
S
CADM
DFT
2
M
AI
N
X
AU
CH
CM
IO
CADM
CCR
LPS
CADM
R Y C
O
F
Y
SEE NOTE 5 & 6
C
RVC
}
C
C
L2
FIELD LOW
VOLTAGE
CONNECTIONS
C-RV
T2
0140R00241 - A
CNT
O-RV
HPS
C
SC
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RCCF
C
H
1
PS2 Y
DC
SEE NOTE 4
R-PS1
O
SR
COMP
M
AI
N
R
CHS
IO
5
INDOOR POWER SUPPLY
W2
W
LVDR
DFT
DF2
C
DF1
HVDR
CADM
T1
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASZ140[18, 30]1AJ
ASZ140241AK; [42, 48, 60]1AH; ASZ140361BB
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
T2
L2
T1
L1
BL
BK
YL
YL
DFT
IO
AUX
MAIN
BK
YL
CM
BK
Y
RD
CSM
CR P Y C
PU
ALTERNATE
DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
YL
1
PS2
2
W
SR
C-RV
5
BK
RD
BR
PU
0
YL
BK
BK
RVC
YL
PU
YL/PK
OR
LPS
HPS
PU
C
C
C
R
R
YL/PK
YL/PK
BK
BL/PK
0
RD
Y
YL
0-RV
WH BK BK
CNT
PU
HVDR
RD
R-PS1
R-DFT
DFT
DF2
DC
CONTROL BOX
LVDR
YL/PK
RD
BK
DF1
CCR
BK
RD
PU
BL
PU
C
R
AUX
S
C
RD
RD
SC
F
RD
BK
RD
BL
RD
YL
GR
EQUIPMENT
GROUND
SEE NOTE 3
YL
RCCF
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
YL
H
RD
RD
CH
RD
CHS
BK
L2
T2
COMP
MAIN
RD
BK
BR
YL
C
L1
T1
BK
PU BK BK
SEE NOTE 4
BL/PK
BL
RD
Y
C
O
W2
R
NOTE 1
L1
5
C
C
SC
HPS CNT C
T2
C
L2
0140R00273-B
FIELD LOW
VOLTAGE
CONNECTIONS
}
C
C-RV
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
O-RV RVC
PS2 Y
DC
CCR
CSM
R Y CP
O
LPS
X
AI
N
AU
F
RCCF
H
1
SEE NOTE 4
CH
CM
IO
M
2
Y
W2
O
INDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE NOTE 5 & 6
W
LVDR
R-PS1
SR
X
S
AU
COMP
M
AI
N
R
CHS
IO
DFT
DF1 C
HVDR
DF2
CSM
DFT
C
T1
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATIN G PLATE
TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR TH ERMOSTAT.
START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
USE COPPER CONDUCTOR ONLY.
CRANKCASE HEATER & CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH ARE FACTORY
INSTALLED OPTION
5) 40VA MINIMUM TRANSFORMER IS REQUIRED.
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
6) COMMON SIDE OF TRANSFORMER MUST BE GROUNDED.
1)
2)
3)
4)
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTAC TOR
CSM ----------- CORESENSE MODULE
R-DFT
CCR ----------- COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR RELAY
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CHS ----------- CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
R
DC ------------- DEFROST CONTROL
DFT ----------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HVDR -------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ---------- LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
LVDR --------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
LVJB --------- LOW VOLTAGE J UNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
R
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR
(OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN
'OFF' POSITION.
NOTES:
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
GR---------------- GREEN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK----------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
PU
BL
OR
WH
RD
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
RD
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASZ140381AA; ASZ140[18, 30]1AK; ASZ140241AL;
ASZ140301AK; ASZ140421AJ
ASZ140[18-30]1B*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
241
242
1
SR
T2
L2
T1
L1
BL
PU
OR
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
RD
(LOW)
BK
(HIGH)
BR
PU
R R
BL
PU
RD
RD
DFT
H
V
D
R
BK
BK
YL
RD
C
BK
R
AUX
MAIN
RD
BK
S
COMP
YL
CH
(IF USED) NOTE 3
BK
CADM
DC
SOL
DF1
DF2
Y2 R C Y1 R C S
YL
RD
WH RD
BK
RD RD
O O
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
YL
2
5
BK
BK
BL
C Y
W2
LVDR
DC
BK
CS
Y2
C
BK
RD
BK
BK
BK
BL/
PK
BL/
PK
YL/
PK
DT
HPS
LPS
PU
PU
BL
YL/
PK
YL/
PK
BK
BK
BK
RD
BK
L2
BL
RCCF
YL
YL
HERM
YL
F
RD
SC
BL
BL
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
BR
C
RD
RD
3
RD
YL
RVC
DFT
RD
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
PU
C
RD
T2
T1
L1
5
4
CMR
RD
1
2
BK
BL
BL BK BK
YL
YL
BK
BK
R
W2
O
Y1
C
Y2
NOTE 1
LVJB
L1
C
C C
A
D
M
IO
1
2
DF2
5
(HIGH)
C
M
R
X
AU
OW
(L
)
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
2
S
R
R
R
M
X
LPS
C
C
DT
C
T2
INDOOR POWER
SUPPLY
Y1
Y
DC
RVC
HPS
DFT
AI
N
AU
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
O W2
O
O
SC
C
SA
RCCF
W2
F
H
1
C
L2
0140R00082 REV B
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 W IRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED W HEN REQUIRED.
3) CRANKCASE HEATER MAY BE
FACTORY OR FIELD INSTALLED.
Y2
LVDR
DFT
(IF USED)
NOTE 3
CH
CM
IO
C
A
D
M
CADM
SR
COMP
M
AI
N
R
5
CMR 3
4
HVDR
DF1
T1
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CADM --------COMFORT ALERT DIAGNOSTIC MODULE
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
DC
CMR ---------- CONDENSER MOTOR RELAY
SOL
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
Y2 C Y1 R
CS ------------- COMPRESSOR SOLENOID
DC ------------- DEFROST CONTROL
CADM
DFT ----------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
DT ------------- DISCHARGE THERMOSTAT
C
CS
Y2
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HVDR -------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
LVDR --------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
SA ------------- START ASSIST (OPTIONAL)
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
RD
WH
OR
PU
BL
YL
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASZ160[24-60]1A*
L2
L1
1
SR
BL/PK
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
HPS
BR
PU
RD
(LOW)
BK
(HIGH)
BL/PK
BL
YL
BL
RD
AUX
CH
R
BK
YL
S
YL
DF1
BK
S
COMP
BK
R C
RD
MAIN
Y
YL
RD
DFT
H
V
D
R
DF2
(IF USED) NOTE 3
BK
C
CADM
R C
RD
RD
R R
RD
BK
RD
WH
RD
BK
O O
OR
YL OR
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
T2
T1
YL
2
5
BK
BL
BL
C Y
W2
LVDR
DC
BK
YL/PK
RD
RD
BK
BK
LPS
DFT
RVC
YL/PK
BL/PK
YL
YL
BL
BL
BK
L1
YL/PK
BK
YL/PK
T1
BK
L2
T2
BK
BK
BL BK BK
RD
BL
BK
RD
C
RCCF
HERM
F
RD
SC
YL
YL
YL
BL
OR
BK
BK
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
BR
RD
RD
3
3
YL
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
PU
C
5
4
2
CMR
2
1
RD
1
BK
LAT
NOTE 4
C
BL
NOTE 1
LVJB
L1
CADM
Y
C R
C
T1
IO
3
DF2
R
R
VENDOR: GOODMAN PRINT SHOP
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN "OFF" POSITION
01/06
A
UX
W
)
S
CMR
2
CH
4
CM
IO
C
A
D
M
W2
5
F
SC
C
M
UX
A IN
A
Y
HPS
LPS
Y
C
(I F USED)
SA
RCCF
DC
H
1
T2
C
C
L2
0140R00030P
USE N.E.C. CL ASS 2 W IRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UN IT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) CRANKCASE HEATER MAY BE
FACTORY OR FIELD INSTALLED.
4) LAT POSITION SHOWN FOR HIGH
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE .
C
RVC
CMR
INDOOR POWER
SUPPLY
O
O
O
W2
DFT
(IF USED)
NOTE 3
LVDR
DFT
O
(L
2
CADM
SR
COMP
M
A IN
R
(HIGH)
1
LAT
NOTE 4
2
HVDR
DF1
C
A
D
M
C
5
OUTD OOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RA TING PLATE
------- CONTACTOR
C
CADM ------- COMFORT ALERT
DIAGNOSTIC MODULE
CH ------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CM ------- OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
CMR ------- CONSENSER MOTOR RELAY
COMP------- COMPRESSOR
DC ------- DEFROST CONTROL
DFT ------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
R
HPS ------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HVDR------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
IO
LAT ------- LOW AMBIENT THERMOSTAT
LPS ------- LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
LVDR ------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
LVJB ------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF------ RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
RVC - - - - - - REVERSING VALVE COIL
SA - - - - - - START ASSIST
SC - - - - - - START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR - - - -- - START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
COMPONENT CODE
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
FACTORY WIRING
WIRING CODE
COLOR CODE
BK
BLACK
BL
BLUE
BL/PK
BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR
BROWN
OR
ORANGE
PU
PURPLE
RD
RED
WH
WHITE
YL
YELLOW
YL/PK
YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
O
Y
OR
W2
WH
BL/PK
R
RD
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
CONT AC T OR POLE O N LY
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASZ160[24-60]1A*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
243
244
1
T2
L2
L1
BL
T1
GR/YL
SR
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
CM
GND
L1
L2
W2
R R
BL
(COM)
YL
(LOW)
WH
(HIGH)
RD
BL
PU
RD
RD
DFT
H
V
D
R
BK
BK
YL
RD
C
BK
R
AUX
MAIN
RD
BK
S
COMP
YL
CH
(IF USED) NOTE 3
BK
CADM
DC
SOL
DF1
DF2
Y2 R C Y1 R C S
YL
OR
WH RD
BK
RD RD
O O
BK
BR
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
YL
2
5
BK
BK
BL PU
C Y
LVDR
DC
RD
CS
Y2
C
BK
YL/
PK
BL/
PK
BL/
PK
BK
BK
BK
YL
BK
DT
HPS
LPS
PU
PU
BL
BL
YL/
PK
YL/
PK
C
RD
RD
RD
RC
YL
YL
YL
BL
HERM
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
C
RD
RD
RD
YL
RVC
DFT
RD
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
BR
BK
L2
T2
BK
BK
BK
L1
T1
BK
BL
BL BK
SC
R
W2
O
Y1
C
Y2
NOTE 1
LVJB
L1
C
C
A
D
M
C
IO
DF2
Y W B
L H L
HVDR
DF1
T1
CM
2
L1
CH
CM
R
LVDR
DFT
(IF USED)
NOTE 3
GND
L2
C
A
D
M
CADM
SR
X
S
AU
COMP
M
AI
N
R
5
1
SA
DFT
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
SC
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
Y
DC
C
T2
C
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
C
L2
0140R00108
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) CRANKCASE HEATER MAY BE
FACTORY OR FIELD INSTALLED.
COMPONENT CODE
R
W2
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CADM --------COMFORT ALERT DIAGNOSTIC MODULE
RVC
O
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
O
C
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
DC
CS ------------- COMPRESSOR SOLENOID
SOL
DC ------------- DEFROST CONTROL
HPS
DT
Y2 C Y1 R
DFT ----------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
DT ------------- DISCHARGE THERMOSTAT
LPS
CADM
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HVDR -------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
C
CS
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
Y2
R
LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
Y2
Y1
O W2
LVDR --------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
INDOOR POWER
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RC--- --------- COMPRESSOR RUN CAPACITOR
SUPPLY
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
SA ------------- START ASSIST (OPTIONAL)
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
NOTES:
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
GR/YL-----------GREEN/YELLOW
STRIPE
RD
WH
OR
PU
BL
YL
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ASZ180[24-60]1A*
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
DSX160[24-60]1**
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
245
246
L2
L1
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
CM
L2
GND
L1
YL
(LOW)
WH
(HIGH)
BR
BK
GR/YL
BL
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
T2
1
SR
T1
YL
2
5
BK
RD
BL
PU
RD
BK
BK
BL
(COM)
YL
RD
CADM
C
BK
YL
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
RD
BR
S
BK
CS
Y2
C
RD
YL
BL/PK PU
YL DC
SOL
Y2 R C Y1 R C S
YL
YL/PK BL/PK
T1
YL/PK
L1
YL/PK
LPS
BL/PK HPS BL/PK
PU
BL
C
L2
T2
RD
RD
RC
HERM
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
C
RD
RD
SC
YL
YL
YL
BL
YL
C
Y2
BL
YL
LVJB
NOTE 1
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
L1
C
A
D
M
C
CADM
Y1
C R
Y2
C
T1
DC
SOL
IO
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
2
S
Y2
GND
L2
L1
R
Y1
LPS
C
SC
T2
C
C
CS
Y2
C
L2
0140R00106
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
HPS
(IF USED)
SA
RC
Y W B
L H L
CM
1
INDOOR POWER
SUPPLY
CM
R
C
A
D
M
CADM
SR
COMP
X
AU
M
AI
N
5
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CADM -------- COMFORT ALERT MODULE
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
CS ------------- COMPRESSOR SOLENOID
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
EQUIPMENT GROUND LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
USE COPPER
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
CONDUCTORS ONLY RC ------------ COMPRESSOR RUN CAPACITOR
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
RD
YL/PK
BK
BL
BL BK
BK
Y1
PU
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
GR --------------- GREEN
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- W HITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
GR/YL ---------- GREEN/YELLOW STRIPE
R
RD
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
WIRING DIAGRAMS
DSX180[36-60]1A*
1
SR
T2
L2
T1
L1
BL
PU
OR
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
RD
(LOW)
BK
(HIGH)
BR
PU
W2
R R
BL
PU
RD
RD
DFT
H
V
D
R
BK
BK
YL
RD
C
BK
R
AUX
MAIN
RD
BK
S
COMP
YL
CH
(IF USED) NOTE 3
BK
CADM
DC
SOL
DF1
DF2
Y2 R C Y1 R C S
YL
RD
WH RD
BK
RD RD
O O
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
YL
2
5
BK
BK
BL
C Y
LVDR
DC
CS
Y2
C
BK
RD
BK
BK
BK
BK
BL/
PK
BL/
PK
YL/
PK
BL
DT
HPS
LPS
PU
PU
YL/
PK
YL/
PK
BK
BK
L1
T1
BK
RD
BK
L2
T2
BK
BL
BL BK BK
BK
YL
YL
RD
RD
BL
RCCF
YL
YL
HERM
YL
F
RD
SC
BL
BL
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
BR
C
RD
RD
3
YL
RVC
DFT
RD
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
PU
C
5
4
CMR
2
1
RD
BK
R
W2
O
Y1
C
Y2
NOTE 1
LVJB
L1
C
T1
IO
1
2
DF2
C
M
R
5
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
IO
C
A
D
M
R
R
R
X
LPS
C
RVC
Y
DC
C
DT
C
T2
INDOOR POWER
SUPPLY
Y1
HPS
DFT
M
AI
N
AU
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
O W2
O
O
SC
C
SA
RCCF
W2
F
H
1
C
L2
0140R00082 REV B
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 W IRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) CRANKCASE HEATER MAY BE
FACTORY OR FIELD INSTALLED.
Y2
LVDR
DFT
(IF USED)
NOTE 3
CH
OW CM
(L
)
2
CADM
SR
X
S
AU
COMP
M
AI
N
R
(HIGH)
CMR 3
4
HVDR
DF1
C C
A
D
M
5
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CADM --------COMFORT ALERT DIAGNOSTIC MODULE
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
DC
CMR ---------- CONDENSER MOTOR RELAY
SOL
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
Y2 C Y1 R
CS ------------- COMPRESSOR SOLENOID
DC ------------- DEFROST CONTROL
CADM
DFT ----------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
DT ------------- DISCHARGE THERMOSTAT
C
CS
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
Y2
HVDR -------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
LVDR --------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
SA ------------- START ASSIST (OPTIONAL)
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
RD
WH
OR
PU
BL
YL
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
DSZ160[24-60]1A*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
247
248
1
T2
L2
L1
BL
T1
GR/YL
SR
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
CM
GND
L1
L2
R R
DFT
H
V
D
R
BL
(COM)
YL
(LOW)
WH
(HIGH)
RD
BL
PU
RD
BK
BK
YL
RD
C
BK
R
AUX
MAIN
RD
BK
S
COMP
YL
CH
(IF USED) NOTE 3
BK
CADM
DC
SOL
DF1
DF2
Y2 R C Y1 R C S
YL
RD
OR
WH RD
BK
RD RD
O O
BK
BR
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
YL
2
5
BK
BK
BL PU
C Y
W2
LVDR
DC
RD
CS
Y2
C
BK
YL/
PK
BL/
PK
BL/
PK
BK
BK
BK
YL
BK
DT
HPS
LPS
PU
PU
BL
BL
YL/
PK
YL/
PK
RD
BK
C
RD
RD
RC
HERM
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
C
RD
RD
RD
YL
YL
YL
BL
YL
RVC
DFT
RD
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
BR
BK
L2
T2
BK
BK
L1
T1
BK
BL
BL BK
SC
R
W2
O
Y1
C
Y2
NOTE 1
LVJB
L1
C
C
A
D
M
C
IO
DF2
Y W B
L H L
HVDR
DF1
T1
CM
2
L1
CH
CM
R
DFT
(IF USED)
NOTE 3
GND
L2
C
A
D
M
CADM
SR
X
S
AU
COMP
M
AI
N
R
5
1
SA
DFT
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
SC
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
Y
DC
C
T2
C
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
C
L2
0140R00108
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) CRANKCASE HEATER MAY BE
FACTORY OR FIELD INSTALLED.
LVDR
COMPONENT CODE
R
W2
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CADM --------COMFORT ALERT DIAGNOSTIC MODULE
RVC
O
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
O
C
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
DC
CS ------------- COMPRESSOR SOLENOID
SOL
HPS
DC ------------- DEFROST CONTROL
DT
Y2 C Y1 R
DFT ----------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
DT ------------- DISCHARGE THERMOSTAT
LPS
CADM
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HVDR -------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
C
CS
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
Y2
R
LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
Y1
Y2
O W2
LVDR --------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
INDOOR POWER
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RC--- --------- COMPRESSOR RUN CAPACITOR
SUPPLY
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
SA ------------- START ASSIST (OPTIONAL)
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
NOTES:
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
GR/YL-----------GREEN/YELLOW
STRIPE
RD
WH
OR
PU
BL
YL
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
DSZ180[36-60]1A*
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
GSX11[090-120]*A*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
249
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
250
GSX11[090-120]*A*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
YL/PK
BL/PK
LPS
HPS
BL/PK
PU
YL/PK
CM
BR
BK
YL
BK
L1
COMP
BK
L3
T3
L2 L3
RD
L2
T2
PU
L1 L2 L3
BK
YL
BK
YL
BK
L1
T1
SEE NOTE 3
BL
CONTROL BOX
BK
C
BK
PU
CH
PU
BR
SEE NOTE 3
BK
SEE
NOTE 2
EQUIPMENT GROUND
FC
RD
C
LVJB
SEE NOTE 1
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C -------- ------- CONTACTOR
CM ---------OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
FC -------- ----- FAN CAPACITOR
IO -------- ------ INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB -------- -- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
CH -------- ---- CRANKCASE HEATER
CHS -------- --- CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH
LPS -------- -- LOW PRESSURE SW ITCH
HPS -------- -- HIGH PRESSURE SW ITCH
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW w/PINK
HASH MARKS
BL/PK ---------- BLUE w/PINK
HASH MARKS
PK --------------- PINK
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
Y
YL
BL
LVJB
C
T1
C
CH
R
S
Y
CM
COMP
FC
C
L2
SEE NOTE 1
HPS
LPS
C
SEE NOTE 2
T2
C
T3
C
L3
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
0140R00190 - D
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) CRANKCASE HEATER FACTORY INSTALLED OPTION.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY
4) 40VA TRANSFORMER MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIRED
5) TRANSFORMER COMMON SIDE MUST BE GROUNDED
L1
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
GSX11[090-120]*A*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
251
252
IO
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
CM
AUX
MAIN
BK
BR
PU
YL
YL
T1
BK
BL
CONTROLBOX
COMP
T2
L2
L1
T3
RD
L3
T3
T2
C
YL
BK
RD
T1
BK
PU
RD
RD
BR
EQUIPMENTGROUND
USECOPPER
CONDUCTORSONLY
FC
C
LVJB
NOTE1
L1
C
T1
CONTROLSSHOWNWITHTHERMOSTATIN'OFF'POSITION.
COMPONENTCODE
C---------------CONTACTOR
CM ------------OUTDOORFANMOTOR
COMP--------COMPRESSOR
FC-------------FANCAPACITOR
IO--------------INTERNALOVERLOAD
LVJB ----------LOWVOLTAGE JUNCTIONBOX
FIELDWIRING
HIGHVOLTAGE
LOWVOLTAGE
WIRINGCODE
FACTORYWIRING
HIGHVOLTAGE
LOWVOLTAGE
OPTIONALHIGHVOLTAGE
COLORCODE
BK---------------BLACK
BL---------------BLUE
BR---------------BROWN
OR---------------ORANGE
PU---------------PURPLE
RD---------------RED
WH--------------WHITE
YL---------------YELLOW
Y
YL
BL
LVJB
C
IO
Y
T1
CM
IO
M
X
C
C
FC
L2
T3
C
0140R00160REV.B
USE N.E.C.CLASS2WIRE
NOTES:
1)TO INDOOR UNITLOWVOLTAGE
TERMINALBLOCK&INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
C
AI
N
AU
T3
COMP
T2
T2
OUTDOORPOWERSUPPLY
SEERATINGPLATE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
L3
WIRING DIAGRAMS
GSX130[36-61][3, 4]A* / 3-Phase
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
BK
BR
PU
YL
YL
T1
BK
BL
C
T3
RD
L3
T3
L2
YL
T2
RD
BK
COMP
T2
L1
T1
BK
CONTROL BOX
PU
RD
RD
BR
EQUIPMENT GROUND
SEE NOTE 2
FC
C
SEE NOTE 1
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
FC ------------- FAN CAPACITOR
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
FIELD W IRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROW N
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
W H -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
Y
YL
BL
LVJB
C
T1
Y
T1
SEE NOTE 1
C
CM
IO
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 W IRE
C
MA
IN
X
AU
T3
COMP
T2
T2
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK &
INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) USE COPPER CONDUCTOR ONLY
L1
OUTDOOR POW ER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
C
FC
L2
C
L3
0140R00016P-D
T3
WIRING DIAGRAMS
GSX130[36-61][3, 4]A* / 3-Phase
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
253
L2
L1
1
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
T2
T1
YL
2
SR
BL
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
C
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
S
HPS
BL/PK BL/PK
BL
C
RCCF
YL
YL
BL
HERM
YL
F
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
BR
C
RD
RD
RD
YL
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
PU
RD
T2
L1
L2
RD
BK
BK
T1
BK
SC
C
Y
NOTE 1
L1
C
T1
C
CM
IO
IO
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
Y
MA
IN
X
AU
SR
2
SC
C
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
C
F
H
1
T2
C
0140R00116
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 W IRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
HPS
C
X
S
AU
COMP
MA
IN
R
5
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
BL/PK ----------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BL
BL/PK
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
254
5
BK
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
L2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
GSX130[18-60]1A* / Single-Phase
L2
L1
1
SR
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
T2
T1
YL
2
5
BK
BL
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
C
CONTROL BOX
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
S
YL
BL
L1
C
L2
YL
BL
HERM
YL
F
YL
YL
RCCF
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
BR
C
RD
RD
RD
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
PU
RD
T2
T1
RD
BK
BK BK
SC
Y
C
NOTE 1
L1
C
T1
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE
JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
S R ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL
BL
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
LVJB
C
Y
SR
2
C
F
SC
C
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
H
1
T2
C
L2
0140R00015P
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
C
R
X S
AU
COMP
MA
IN
X
AU
M
A
CM IN
IO
IO
5
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
GSX130[18-60]1B* / GSX130181C* / GSX130[18-36]1D*
Single-Phase
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
255
YL
T2
L2
T1
L1
1
SR
BL
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
IO
CM
AU X
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
2
5
BK
BK
BR
PU
YL
RD
CONTRO L BOX
BK
C
R
AUX
MAI N
COMP
YL
BL
S
BK
L1
T1
BK
C
L2
T2
BK
C
RD
RCCF
HERM
F
RD
SA
(IF U SED)
NOT E 2
BR
RD
RD
YL
YL
YL
BL
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
PU
RD
RD
SC
YL
C
BL
NOTE 1
L1
C
T1
C
CM
IO
IO
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
COMPONENT CODE
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL ---------------- YELLOW
COLOR CODE
Y
YL
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
256
LVJB
MA
I
X
N
AU
S
R
C
2
F
H
1
C
C
(IF USED )
SA
RCCF
SC
T2
C
0140R00015P-A
U SE N.E.C. CLA SS 2 W IRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK AND INDOOR
THERMOSTAT
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
Y
SR
COMP
X
IN
AU
MA
5
OUT DOO R P OW ER S UP PLY
SEE RAT ING PLATE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
L2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
GSX130[18-60]1B* / GSX130[18 & 36]1C*
GSX130[18-36]1D* / GSX130611A*
Single-Phase
YL
T2
L2
T1
L1
1
SR
BL
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
2
5
BK
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
CONTROL BOX
C
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
YL
S
BL
BK
L1
T1
BK
C
L2
T2
BK
YL
RCCF
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
RD
SC
YL
C
BL
RD
BR
F
RD
EQUIPMENT GROUND
SEE NOTE 3
H
PU
RD
RD
C
BL
SEE NOTE 1
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL ---------------- YELLOW
Y
YL
L1
C
T1
C
CM
IO
IO
Y
M
AI
N
X
AU
SR
S
MA
IN
C
R
COMP
X
AU
5
2
C
F
H
1
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
C
SC
SA
(IF USED)
RCCF
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK &
INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY.
NOTES:
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
LVJB
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
C
L2
0140R00015P-B
T2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
GSX130[18-60]1B* / GSX130[18 & 36]1C*
GSX130[18-36]1D* / GSX130361E*/ GSX130611A*
Single-Phase
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
257
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
258
GSX130181E* / Single-Phase
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
YL
T2
L2
T1
L1
1
SR
BL
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
2
5
BK
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
CONTROL BOX
IO
C
MAIN
R
AUX
BL
S
B L/PK
COMP
BL/PK
B L/PK
L1
C
L2
T2
BK
HPS
BK
T1
BK
RD
C
RD
RCCF
HERM
F
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
BR
RD
RD
YL
YL
YL
BL
YL
EQUIPMENT GROUND
PU
RD
RD
SC
C
BL
SEE NO TE 1
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL ---------------- YELLOW
Y
B L/PK
L1
T1
C
MA
IN
X
AU
HPS
CM
IO
IO
Y
M
SR
S
AI
N
C
2
SEE NOTE 1
R
COMP
X
AU
5
F
1
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
SC
C
C
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
H
T2
C
0140R00258-C
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK AND INDOOR
THERMOSTAT
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY.
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
LVJB
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
L2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
GSX130181E* / Single-Phase
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
259
L2
L1
1
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
T2
T1
YL
2
SR
BL
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
C
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
S
YL
BL
T1
L1
C
L2
T2
BK
BK
BK
C
RCCF
YL
YL
BL
HERM
YL
F
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
BR
RD
RD
RD
YL
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
PU
RD
RD
SC
C
NOTE 1
L1
C
T1
C
CM
IO
IO
M
AI
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
Y
N
X
AU
SR
2
SC
C
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
C
F
H
1
T2
C
L2
0140R00015P
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
C
X
S
AU
COMP
MA
IN
R
5
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
Y
YL
BL
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
260
5
BK
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
GSX140[18-48]1*
YL
T2
L2
T1
L1
1
SR
BL
IO
CM
AUX
MAI N
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
2
5
BK
BK
BR
PU
YL
RD
CONTROL BOX
BK
C
R
AUX
MAI N
COMP
YL
BL
S
BK
L1
T1
BK
C
L2
T2
BK
C
RD
RCCF
F
HERM
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOT E 2
BR
RD
RD
YL
YL
YL
BL
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
PU
RD
RD
SC
YL
C
BL
NOTE 1
L1
C
T1
C
CM
IO
IO
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
COMPONENT CODE
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL ---------------- YELLOW
COLOR CODE
Y
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
YL
LVJB
N
UX
M
AI
A
S
R
C
2
F
H
1
C
C
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
SC
T2
C
0140R00015P-A
USE N. E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK AND INDOOR
THERMOSTAT
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
Y
SR
COMP
X
AI
N
AU
M
5
SEE RATING PLATE
OUTDOOR P OWER S UPPLY
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
L2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
GSX140[18-48]1*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
261
YL
T2
L2
T1
L1
1
BL
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
2
SR
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
C
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
YL
BL
S
BK
L1
T1
BK
C
L2
T2
BK
YL
RCCF
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
RD
SC
YL
C
BL
RD
BR
F
RD
EQUIPMENT GROUND
SEE NOTE 3
H
PU
RD
RD
C
SEE NOTE 1
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY W IRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL ---------------- YELLOW
Y
YL
BL
LVJB
L1
C
T1
C
CM
IO
IO
M
Y
AIN
X
AU
SR
S
C
R
2
SEE NOTE 1
AI
N
COMP
X
AU
M
5
C
F
1
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
SC
C
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK &
INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUC TORS ONLY.
NOTES:
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
262
5
BK
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
C
L2
0140R00015P-C
H
T2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
GSX140[18-48]1*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
BK
T2
L2
T1
L1
1
SR
BL
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
YL
2
5
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
C
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
BL/PK
S
HPS
BL
BL/PK
L1
T1
C
L2
T2
BK
BK
BK
RCCF
YL
YL
BL
HERM
F
YL
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
BR
C
RD
RD
RD
YL
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
PU
RD
RD
SC
BL
BL/PK
C
Y
NOTE 1
L1
C
T1
C
CONTROLS SHOWN W ITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW /PINK STRIPE
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
X
AU
MA
IN
Y
CM
IO
IO
SR
2
C
F
H
1
C
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
SC
T2
C
L2
0140R00237-A
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED W HEN REQUIRED.
HPS
C
X
S
AU
COMP
M
AI
N
R
5
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
GSX140601*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
263
264
BK
T2
L2
T1
L1
1
SR
BL
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
YL
2
5
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
C
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
BL/PK
S
HPS
BL
BL/PK
L1
T1
C
L2
T2
BK
BK
BK
C
RCCF
YL
YL
BL
HERM
F
YL
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
BR
RD
RD
RD
YL
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
PU
RD
RD
SC
BL
BL/PK
C
Y
NOTE 1
L1
C
T1
C
Y
CM
IO
IO
M
X
AI
N
AU
SR
HPS
C
X
S
AU
COMP
M
AI
N
R
5
2
C
F
H
1
C
(IF U SED)
SA
RCCF
SC
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
T2
C
L2
CONTROLS SHOWN WI TH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
0140R00237-B
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
NOTES:
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK
& INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
GSX140601*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
YL
T2
L2
T1
L1
1
SR
BL
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
2
5
BK
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
CONTROL BOX
C
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
YL
BL
S
BK
L1
T1
BK
C
L2
T2
BK
YL
RCCF
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
RD
SC
YL
C
BL
RD
BR
F
RD
EQUIPMENT GROUND
SEE NOTE 3
H
PU
RD
RD
C
BL
SEE NOTE 1
CONTROLS SHOW N W ITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
W H -------------- WHITE
YL ---------------- YELLOW
Y
YL
L1
C
T1
C
CM
IO
IO
M
Y
AIN
X
AU
SR
S
C
R
2
SEE NOTE 1
AI
N
COMP
X
AU
M
5
C
F
1
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
SC
C
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
1) TO IND OOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK &
INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED W HEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY.
NOTES:
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
LVJB
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
C
L2
0140R00015P-C
H
T2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
GSX140[18-60]1K*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
265
YL
T2
L2
T1
L1
BL
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
2
1
SR
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
C
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
YL
BL
S
BK
L1
T1
BK
C
L2
T2
BK
YL
RCCF
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
RD
SC
YL
C
BL
RD
BR
F
RD
EQUIPMENT GROUND
SEE NOTE 3
H
PU
RD
RD
C
SEE NOTE 1
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL ---------------- YELLOW
Y
YL
BL
LVJB
L1
C
T1
C
CM
IO
IO
Y
MA
IN
X
AU
SR
S
C
R
COMP
X
AU
MA
IN
5
2
C
F
H
1
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
C
SC
SA
(IF USED)
RCCF
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK &
INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY.
NOTES:
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
266
5
BK
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
C
L2
0140R00015P-B
T2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
GSX160[18-48]1F*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
YL
T2
L2
T1
L1
1
SR
BL
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
2
5
BK
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
CONTROL BOX
C
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
YL
S
BL
BK
L1
T1
BK
C
L2
T2
BK
RD
YL
RCCF
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
SC
YL
C
BL
RD
BR
F
RD
EQUIPMENT GROUND
SEE NOTE 3
H
PU
RD
RD
C
SEE NOTE 1
CONTROLS SHOWN W ITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCC F --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD W IRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROW N
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- W HITE
YL ---------------- YELLOW
Y
YL
BL
L1
C
T1
C
CM
IO
IO
M
Y
AI
N
X
AU
SR
S
2
SEE NOTE 1
C
R
COMP
X
AU
MA
IN
5
C
F
1
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
SC
C
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
OUTDOOR POW ER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
1) TO IND OOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK &
INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUC TORS ONLY.
NOTES:
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
LVJB
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
C
L2
0140R00015P-C
H
T2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
GSX160[18-48, 611]1F*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
267
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
268
GSX160601F*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
WH
YL
BL
2
5
1
SR
T2
L2
T1
L1
BL
CM
GND
L1
L2
BK
BR
GR/YL
ALTERNATE DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
YL
BK
YL
RD
CONTROL BOX
BK
C
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
BK
YL
BL
S
BK
L1
T1
BK
C
GR
BK
L2
T2
BK
YL
RCC
RD
CH
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
RD
SC
YL
C
BL
RD
F
RD
EQUIPMENT GROUND
SEE NOTE 3
H
RD
RD
C
SEE NOTE 1
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESS OR
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNC TION BOX
RCC --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
CH-------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
FIELD WIRIN G
HIGH VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
W H -------------- W HITE
YL ---------------- YELLOW
GR/YL------------ GREEN/YELLOW STRIPE
GR---------------- GREEN
Y
YL
BL
C
CM
Y
CH
L1 L2
IO
GR
C
GR/YL
T1
SR
S
CM
C
R
2
SEE NOTE 1
WH
YL
AI
N
COMP
X
AU
M
5
BL
C
1
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
SC
C
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK &
INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED W HEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUC TORS ONLY.
NOTES:
BK
L1
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
LVJB
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
C
L2
BK
0140R00287-B
H
T2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
GSX160601F*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
269
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
270
GSX160611F*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
GSZ11[090-120]3A*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
271
272
LPS
BL/PK
Y
HPS
BL/PK
PS2
YL/PK
Y
BK
W
RVC
C-RV
PU
WH BK
CM
BR
BK
BK
OR
0
BL/PK
0-RV
RD
HVD R
YL/PK
R-PS1
R-DFT
DFT
C CR
BK
DF1
DF2
DC
RD
LVDR
DFT
RD
RD
PU
CNT
YL/PK
RD
RD
BK
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
C
C
C
R
R
CH
CONTROL BOX
YL
RD
BL
BK
COMP
L1 L2 L3
BK
BL
PU
SEE NOTE 3
PU
BL
C
BL
BK
L1
T1
BK
YL
BK
L1 L2
L2
T2
BK
L3
T3
PU
RD
BK
BL
L3
BK
2
3
SEE N OTE 3
EQUIPMENT
GROUND
BR
FC
RD
C MR
PU
1
BL
OR
OR
C
Y
O
W2
R
SEE NOTE # 1
L1
R
C
T1
C MR
O
O
O-RV
RVC
3
1
W2
W
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
Y
Y
H PS
DC
DF1
CMR
SEE NOTE 2
C-R V
CH
R
S
CM
COMP
T2
L2
LPS
PS1
DF2
FC
C
SEE N OTE 4 & 5
PS2
R-DFT
D FT
OU TDOOR POW ER SU PPLY
SEE R ATING PLATE
INDOOR POWER SUPPLY
C
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) CRANKCASE HEATER FACTORY INSTALLED OPTION.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY
4) 40VA MINIMUM TRANSFORMER IS REQUIRED
5) COMMON SIDE OF TRANSFORMER MUST BE GROUNDED
C ONTR OLS SHOW N W ITH TH ER MOSTAT IN 'OFF' PO SITION.
C OMPONEN T COD E
C --------------- CONTACTOR
C H ------------- CRANKC ASE HEATER
C M ------------ OU TD OO R FAN MOTOR
C OMP -------- COMPRESSOR
D C ------------- DEFR OST CO NTROL
D FT ----------- DEFR OST THERMOSTAT
FC ------------- FAN CAPACITOR
H VDR -------- HIG H VO LTAG E DEFRO ST RELAY
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVER LO AD
LPS ------------ LO W PR ESSUR E SW ITCH
LVDR --------- LO W VOLTAG E DEFROST R ELAY
LVJB ---------- LOW VO LTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE CO IL
C MR ----------- CONDEN SER M OTOR R ELAY
H PS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SW ITCH
C HS ----------- CRAN KCASE HEATER SW ITC H
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PK ---------------- PINK
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW W/PINK
HASH MARKS
BL/PK ---------- BLUE W/PINK
HASH MARKS
BL
YL
WH
WH
YL
RD
RD
LVJB
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
C
C
L3
0140R00186 - C
CNT
DFT C
T3
WIRING DIAGRAMS
GSZ11[090-120]3A*
0
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
BK
L2
L1
1
SR
IO
BL/PK
CM
AUX
MAIN
HPS
BR
BK
PU
BL/PK
BK
O O
OR
BL
YL
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
T2
T1
YL
2
5
BL
C Y
R R
BK
H
V
D
R
BK
S
DF1
DF2
CH
(IF USED) NOTE 3
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
RD
DFT
C
BK
RD
RD
YL
RD
WH
W2
LVDR
DC
BK
RD
YL/PK
RD
BK
BK
LPS
DFT
RVC
YL
BL
YL/PK
BK
YL/PK BK
L1
T1
BK
L2
T2
BK BK
BL BK BK
RCCF
YL
YL
BL
HERM
YL
F
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
BR
C
RD
RD
SC
YL
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
PU
C
RD
RD
YL/PK
BL/PK
NOTE 1
L1
C
T1
R
R
IO
LVDR
DFT
X
AU
SR
S
O
CH
MA
IN
X
AU
Y
DC
(IF USED)
NOTE 3
DFT
W2
2
CM
IO
COMP
M
AI
N
R
DF2
HVDR
DF1
C
5
SC
C
RVC
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
C
F
H
1
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
T2
C
L2
VENDOR: GOODMAN PRINT SHOP
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THER MOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
01/06
0140R00029P
C
COMPONENT CODE
LPS
O
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
HPS
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
R
C
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
W2
O
Y
DC ------------- DEFROST CONTROL
DFT ----------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
INDOOR POWER
HPS-------------HIGH PRESSURE SWIT CH
SUPPLY
HVDR -------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
NOTES:
LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWIT CH
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
LVDR --------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) CRANKCASE HEATER MAY BE
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
FACTORY OR FIELD INSTALLED.
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
FIELD W IRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VO LTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTO RY W IRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VO LTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK--------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
C
Y
BL
O
OR
W2
R
BL/PK
WH
RD
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
GSZ130[18-60]1[A/B]*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
273
274
T2
L2
L1
1
SR
T1
YL
2
5
BK
HVDR
CM
IO
AUX
MAIN
RD
DFT
RD
DFT R-DFT
BL
BK
ALTERNATE
DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
BK
DF1
DF2
RD
R
BK
WH
W
Y
BR
PU
BL/PK
LVDR
CCR
PS2 R-PS1 C
OR BK
RVC
YL
YL/PK
YL/PK
LPS
BL/PK
YL/PK
BL
YL/PK
BK
O O-RV CNT C-RV C
DC
HPS
BK
YL
RD
BL/PK
YL
BK
C
C
RD
R
AUX
MAIN
PU
S
CH
CHS
C
RD
RCCF
RD
GR
BK
YL
EQUIPMENT
GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS
ONLY
YL
YL
BL
HERM
YL
F
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
L2
T2
COMP
BR
BK
L1
T1
BK
BK BK
BL BL
SC
Y
C
O
W2
R
L1
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
C
R-DFT
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CADM -------- COMFORT ALERT DIAGNOSTIC MODULE
CCR ----------- COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR RELAY
R
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CHS ----------- CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
CMR ---------- CONDENSER MOTOR RELAY
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
CS ------------- COMPRESSOR SOLENOID
DC ------------- DEFROST CONTROL
DFT ----------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
DT ------------- DISCHARGE THERMOSTAT
R
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SW ITCH
HVDR -------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ---------- LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
LVDR --------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
LVJB --------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
COMPONENT CODE
FIELD WI RING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTO RY WI RING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROW N
GR---------------- GREEN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
W H -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK----------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
BL/PK
BL
OR
WH
RD
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
X
AU
O
R-PS1
DFT
CHS
O
SR
2
S
CADM
AIN
F
Y
C
CNT
}
C
C
L2
FIELD LOW
VOLTAGE
CONNECTIONS
C-RV
T2
0140R00171-A
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
C
RVC
(IF USED)
O-RV
HPS
SC
C
SA
RCCF
H
1
PS2 Y
DC
LPS
CCR
M
X
AU
CH
CM
IO
CADM
COMP
MA
IN
R
5
INDOOR POWER SUPPLY
W2
W
LVDR
DFT
DF2
DF1
HVDR
C
IO
CADM
T1
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
GSZ130181AC, GSZ130241BB, GSZ130301AD, GSZ130361B*
GSZ130421A*, GSZ130481AC, GSZ130601AC
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
T2
L2
T1
L1
YL
AUX
MAIN
CM
IO
DFT
Y
BL
PS2
1
BK
BR
PU
BK
RVC
PU
YL/PK
BK
0
2
Y
SR
W
BK OR
0-RV
YL/PK
C-RV
WH BK
0
5
BK
HVDR
BL/PK
CNT
RD
DC
LVDR
YL/PK
R-PS1
R-DF T
DFT
DF2
DF1
CCR
ALTERNATE
DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
BK
RD
BK
YL/PK
LPS
BL/PK
C
C
C
R
R
R
BK
YL
RD
BL/PK
PU
HPS
BL
RD
C
BK
C
T1
IO
COMP
PU
C
RD
AUX
MAIN
RD
S
BK
YL
YL
YL
BL
YL
GR
SEE NOTE 3
EQ U IP M E NT
G RO UN D
RCCF
HERM
F
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
CH S
L2
T2
CH
SEE NOTE 4
RD
BK
L1
BK
BK
BK
BR
BL BL
SC
Y
C
O
W2
R
NOTE 1
L1
C
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTOR ONLY.
4) CRANKCASE HEATER & CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH ARE FACTORY INSTALLED OPTION
5) 40VA MINIMUM TRANSFORMER IS REQUIRED.
6) COMMON SIDE OF TRANSFORMER MUST BE GROUNDED.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CADM -------- COMFORT ALERT DIAGNOSTIC MODULE
R-DFT
CCR ----------- COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR RELAY
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CHS ----------- CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
CMR ---------- CONDENSER MOTOR RELAY
R
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
CS ------------- COMPRESSOR SOLENOID
DC ------------- DEFROST CONTROL
DFT ----------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
DT ------------- DISCHARGE THERMOSTAT
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HVDR -------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ---------- LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
R
LVDR --------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
LVJB --------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
GR---------------- GREEN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK----------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
BL/PK
BL
OR
WH
RD
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BO X
DFT
O
O
SR
S
2
M
CCR
LPS
F
Y
SEE NOTE 5 & 6
C
SC
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RCCF
HPS
CNT
}
C
C
L2
FIELD LOW
VO LTAGE
CONNECTIO NS
C-RV
T2
0140R00171 - B
C
O-RV RV C
C
H
1
P S2 Y
DC
SEE NOTE 4
N
X
AI
AU
CH
CM
IO
R
COMP
N
R-P S 1
DFT
AI
X
AU
M
CHS
IO
5
INDOOR POWER SUPPLY
W2
W
LVDR
DF2
C
DF1
HVDR
T1
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
GSZ130181A[D/F/G], GSZ130241[B*/C*], GSZ130421A[G/H]
GSZ130301A[E/F/G/H], GSZ130361B*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
275
276
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
HPS
BL/PK
YL
BL/PK
BL
C Y
WH
BK
BR
BK
PU
OR
O O
W2
YL
RD
T1
BK
RD
R R
LVDR
DC
BK
RD
DF1
DF2
CH
(IFUSED)
T2
COMP
DFT
H
V
D
R
BK
BK
BK
T3
RD
CONTROLBOX
YL/PK
RD
RD
BK
LPS
DFT
RVC
YL
BL
L1
T1
BK
YL/PK
YL
BK
L2
T2
BK
BK
YL/PK BK
BK
BL
C
RD
FC
RD
BR
EQUIPMENTGROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORSONLY
PU
L3
T3
RD
YL/PK
BL/PK
NOTE1
L1
C
HVDR
DF1
R
R
R
DF2
T1
CONTROLS SHOWNWITHTHERMOSTATIN'OFF'POSITION.
COMPONENTCODE
C---------------CONTACTOR
CH-------------CRANKCASEHEATER
CM------------OUTDOORFANMOTOR
COMP--------COMPRESSOR
DC-------------DEFROSTCONTROL
DFT-----------DEFROSTTHERMOSTAT
HPS-------------HIGHPRESSURESWITCH
FC-------------FANCAPACITOR
HVDR--------HIGHVOLTAGEDEFROSTRELAY
IO--------------INTERNALOVERLOAD
LPS------------LOWPRESSURESWITCH
LVDR---------LOWVOLTAGEDEFROSTRELAY
LVJB ----------LOWVOLTAGE JUNCTIONBOX
RVC-----------REVERSINGVALVECOIL
FIELDWIRING
HIGHVOLTAGE
LOWVOLTAGE
WIRINGCODE
FACTORYWIRING
HIGHVOLTAGE
LOWVOLTAGE
OPTIONALHIGHVOLTAGE
COLORCODE
BK---------------BLACK
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINKSTRIPE
BR---------------BROWN
OR---------------ORANGE
PU---------------PURPLE
RD---------------RED
WH--------------WHITE
YL---------------YELLOW
YL/PK------------YELLOW/PINKSTRIPE
C
W2
O
Y
OR
BL/PK
BL
R
RD
WH
LVJB
LVDR
DFT
O
O
W2
IN
CH
W2
C
HPS
LPS
Y
DC
(IFUSED)
MA
X
AU
DFT
CM
IO
T3
COMP
C
C
T3
C
0140R00162REV.B
USE N.E.C.CLASS 2WIRE
NOTES:
1)TOINDOOR UNIT LOWVOLTAGE
TERMINALBLOCK &INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
C
RVC
FC
L2
INDOORPOWER
SUPPLY
O
T1
T2
T2
OUTDOORPOWERSUPPLY
SEERATINGPLATE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
L3
WIRING DIAGRAMS
GSZ130[36-60][3,4]A*
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
HPS
BL/PK
YL
BL/PK
BL
C Y
WH
BK
BR
BK
PU
OR
O O
W2
YL
T1
BK
RD
RD
R R
LVDR
DC
BK
RD
BK
BK
BK
T3
RD
DF1
DF2
CH
(IF USED)
T2
COMP
DFT
H
V
D
R
CONTROL BOX
YL/PK
RD
RD
BK
LPS
DFT
RVC
YL
BL
L1
T1
BK
YL/PK
YL
C
RD
FC
RD
BR
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
PU
L3
L2
BK
T3
RD
T2
BK
BK
YL/PK BK
BK
BL
YL/PK
BL/PK
O
Y
BL/PK
NOTE 1
L1
C
HVDR
DF1
O
O
O
W2
CH
W2
C
HPS
LPS
Y
DC
(IF USED)
M
AI
N
X
AU
DFT
CM
IO
T3
COMP
C
C
RVC
FC
L2
INDOOR POWER
SUPPLY
LVDR
DFT
T1
T2
T2
0140R00162-C
C
T3
C
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
R
R
R
DF2
T1
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
DC ------------- DEFROST CONTROL
DFT ----------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
HPS-------------HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
FC ------------- FAN CAPACITOR
HVDR -------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
LVDR --------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTA GE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTA GE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/ PINK STRIP E
BR --------------- BROW N
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- W HITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK------------YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
C
W2
OR
BL
R
RD
WH
LVJB
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
L3
WIRING DIAGRAMS
GSZ130[36-60][3,4]A*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
277
278
T2
L2
L1
1
SR
T1
YL
2
5
BK
RD
CM
IO
AUX
MAIN
DFT
RD
DFT R-DFT
BL
BK
ALTERNATE
DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
BK
HVDR
DF1
DF2
RD
R
BK
WH
W
Y
BR
PU
BL/PK
LVDR
CCR
PS2 R-PS1 C
OR BK
RVC
YL
YL/PK
YL/PK
LPS
BL/PK
YL/PK
BL
YL/PK
BK
O O-RV CNT C-RV C
DC
HPS
BK
YL
RD
BL/PK
YL
BK
C
C
RD
R
AUX
MAIN
RD
S
CH
C
RD
RCCF
RD
GR
BK
YL
EQUIPMENT
GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS
ONLY
YL
YL
BL
HERM
YL
F
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
RD
RD
RD
PU
CHS
RD
L2
T2
COMP
BR
BK
L1
T1
BK
BK
BK
BL BL
SC
Y
C
O
W2
R
L1
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOST AT IN 'OFF'
POSITION.
C
R-DFT
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTRACTOR
CADM----------- COMFORT ALERT DIAGNOSTIC MODULE
CCR------------COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR RELAY
R
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CHS ------------ CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
CMR ---------- CONDENSER MOTOR RELAY
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
CS ------------- COMPRESSOR SOLENOID
DC ------------- DEFROST CONTROL
DFT ----------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
DT ------------- DISCHARGE THERMOSTAT
R
HPS-------------HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HVDR -------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
LVDR --------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR
(OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRIN G
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
GR---------------- GREEN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK--------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
BL/PK
BL
OR
WH
RD
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
O
O
R-PS1
DFT
CH
S
SR
2
S
CADM
Y
SA
C
C
CNT
C
RVC
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
0140R00171-A
SC
(IF USED)
O-RV
Y
F
RCCF
H
1
HPS
PS2
DC
LPS
CCR
M
AI
N
X
AU
CH
CM
IO
CADM
COMP
M
AI
N
R
X
AU
5
INDOOR POWER SUPPLY
W2
W
LVDR
DFT
DF2
DF1
HVDR
C
IO
CADM
T1
}
C
C
L2
FIELD LOW
VOLTAGE
CONNECTI
ONS
C-RV
T2
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
GSZ140[18-60]1AA
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
T2
L2
T1
L1
AUX
MAIN
CM
IO
DFT
Y
YL
PS2
BL
Y
1
BK
BR
PU
BK
RVC
PU
LPS
BL/PK
C
C
C
R
R
YL/PK
YL/PK
BK
0
2
HVDR
SR
W
YL/PK
0-RV
5
BK
C-RV
BK OR
0
WH BK
BL/PK
CNT
RD
DC
LVDR
YL/PK
R-PS1
R-DF T
DFT
DF2
DF1
CCR
ALTERNATE
DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
BK
RD
BK
R
BK
YL
RD
BL/PK
PU
HPS
BL
RD
C
BK
C
T1
IO
COMP
PU
CH S
C
RD
AUX
MAIN
RD
S
BK
YL
YL
YL
BL
YL
GR
SEE NOTE 3
EQU IPM ENT
GRO UN D
RCCF
HERM
F
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
L2
T2
CH
SEE NOTE 4
RD
BR
BK
L1
BK
BK
BK
BL BL
SC
Y
C
O
W2
R
NOTE 1
L1
C
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTOR ONLY.
4) CRANKCASE HEATER & CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH ARE FACTORY INSTALLED OPTION
5) 40VA MINIMUM TRANSFORMER IS REQUIRED.
6) COMMON SIDE OF TRANSFORMER MUST BE GROUNDED.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CADM -------- COMFORT ALERT DIAGNOSTIC MODULE
R-DFT
CCR ----------- COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR RELAY
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CHS ----------- CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
CMR ---------- CONDENSER MOTOR RELAY
R
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
CS ------------- COMPRESSOR SOLENOID
DC ------------- DEFROST CONTROL
DFT ----------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
DT ------------- DISCHARGE THERMOSTAT
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HVDR -------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ---------- LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
R
LVDR --------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
LVJB --------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FA CTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
GR---------------- GREEN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
W H -------------- W HITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK----------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
BL/PK
BL
OR
WH
RD
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
O
SR
S
2
M
O
CCR
LPS
N
F
Y
SEE NOTE 5 & 6
C
SC
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RCCF
HPS
CNT
}
C
C
L2
FIELD LOW
VO LTAG E
CONNECTIO NS
C-RV
T2
0140R00171 - B
C
O-RV RV C
C
H
1
PS2 Y
DC
SEE NOTE 4
AI
X
AU
CH
CM
IO
R
COMP
N
R-PS1
DFT
AI
X
AU
M
CHS
IO
5
INDOOR POWER SUPPLY
W2
W
LV DR
DFT
DF2
C
DF1
HVDR
T1
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
GSZ140[18-30/48-60]1AA; GSZ140[36-42]1AB
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
279
T2
L2
T1
L1
1
BL
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
YL
2
SR
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
C
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
BL/PK
S
HPS
L1
T1
C
L2
T2
BK
BK
BK
YL/PK
BL/PK
BL
C
RCCF
YL
YL
BL
HERM
YL
F
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
BR
RD
RD
RD
YL
LPS
YL/PK
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
PU
RD
RD
SC
C
BL
NOTE 1
L1
C
T1
C
CM
IO
IO
M
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THER MOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
Y
AI
N
X
AU
AU
X
SR
S
2
C
SC
SA
(IF USED)
RCCF
C
F
H
1
T2
C
0140R00046
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
HPS
LPS
C
COMP
M
AI
N
R
5
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWIT CH
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
S R ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
Y
BL/PK
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
280
5
BK
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
L2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
SSX140[18-60]1A*/B*
YL
T2
L2
T1
L1
1
SR
BL
IO
AUX
MAIN
CM
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
2
5
BK
BK
BR
PU
C
BL/PK
BL
HPS
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
YL/PK
BL/PK
BK
YL
RD
CONTROL BOX
S
L1
C
L2
T2
BK
YL/PK
YL/PK
BL/PK
BK
T1
BK
C
RD
RCCF
HERM
F
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
BR
RD
RD
YL
YL
YL
BL
LPS
YL/PK
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
PU
RD
RD
SC
YL
C
BL
NOTE 1
L1
C
T1
C
CM
IO
IO
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ----------- LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OP TIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTION AL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIP
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW/PINK STRIP
Y
BL/PK
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
LVJB
M
AIN
X
AU
SR
S
Y
2
C
F
H
1
C
SA
(IF USED)
RCCF
C
SC
T2
C
0140R00046-A
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
HPS
LPS
R
COMP
X
AU
M
AI
N
5
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
L2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
SSX140[18-60]B*/C*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
281
282
T2
L2
T1
L1
1
SR
BL
IO
AUX
MAIN
CM
ALTERNATE DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
2
YL
BK
5
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
C
BL/PK
HPS
R
AUX
COMP
MAIN
YL/PK
BL/PK
BL
S
BL/PK
YL/PK
YL
RCCF
H
RD
BR
YL
PU
RD
RD
YL
RD
F
RD
RD
RD
C
BL
LPS
YL/PK
EQUIPMENT GROUND
SEE NOTE 3
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
C
L2
T2
BK
YL/PK
L1
T1
BK
BK
SC
BL
SEE NOTE 1
CONTROLS SHOW N WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SW ITCH
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ----------- LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNC TION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESS OR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY W IRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIP
BR --------------- BROW N
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
W H -------------- W HITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW/PINK STRIP
Y
C
BL/PK
LVJB
L1
C
T1
C
CM
IO
IO
MA
IN
X
AU
Y
SR
S
C
2
SEE NOTE 1
HPS
LPS
R
COMP
X
AU
MA
IN
5
F
1
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 W IRE
SC
C
C
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
1. TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK &
INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2. START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3. USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY.
NOTES:
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
C
L2
0140R00046-C
H
T2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
SSX140[18-60]B*/C*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
T2
L2
T1
L1
1
SR
BL
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
YL
2
5
BK
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
CONTROL BOX
C
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
BL/PK
S
HPS
T1
L1
C
L2
T2
BK
BK
BK
YL/PK
BL/PK
BL
C
RCCF
YL
YL
BL
HERM
YL
F
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
BR
RD
RD
RD
YL
LPS
YL/PK
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
PU
RD
RD
SC
C
BL
NOTE 1
L1
C
T1
C
CM
IO
IO
M
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
Y
AI
N
X
AU
AI
SR
S
2
SC
C
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
C
F
H
1
T2
C
0140R00046
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
HPS
LPS
C
R
COMP
X
N
AU
M
5
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
S R ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
Y
BL/PK
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
LVJB
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
L2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
SSX160[24-48]1A*/B*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
283
YL
T2
L2
T1
L1
BL
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
IO
AUX
MAIN
CM
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
2
1
SR
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
C
BL/PK
HPS
R
AUX
COMP
MAIN
YL/PK
BL/PK
BL
S
L1
C
L2
T2
BK
YL/PK
YL/PK
BL/PK
BK
T1
BK
RCCF
HERM
F
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
BR
C
RD
RD
RD
YL
YL
YL
BL
LPS
YL/PK
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
PU
RD
RD
SC
YL
C
BL
NOTE 1
L1
C
T1
C
CM
IO
IO
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ----------- LOW PRESSURE SW ITCH
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OP TIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTION AL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIP
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
W H -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW/PINK STRIP
Y
BL/PK
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
284
5
BK
CONTROL BOX
M
AI
N
X
AU
SR
S
MA
IN
Y
2
C
F
H
1
C
SA
(IF USED)
RCCF
C
SC
T2
C
0140R00046-A
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
HPS
LPS
R
COMP
X
AU
5
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
L2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
SSX160[24, 36, 60]1BB
T2
L2
T1
L1
1
SR
BL
IO
AUX
MAIN
CM
ALTERNATE DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
2
YL
BK
5
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
C
BL/PK
HPS
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
YL/PK
BL/PK
BL
S
BL/PK
YL/PK
YL
RCCF
PU
RD
BR
YL
H
RD
RD
YL
RD
F
RD
RD
RD
C
BL
LPS
YL/PK
EQUIPMENT GROUND
SEE NOTE 3
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
C
L2
T2
BK
YL/PK
L1
T1
BK
BK
SC
Y
C
SEE NOTE 1
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ----------- LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNC TION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPA CITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIP
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- W HITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW/PINK STRIP
BL
BL/PK
LVJB
L1
C
T1
C
CM
IO
IO
M
AIN
X
AU
S
R
C
2
SEE NOTE 1
HPS
LPS
AI
N
Y
SR
COMP
X
AU
M
5
F
1
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
SC
C
C
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
1. TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK &
INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2. START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3. USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY.
NOTES:
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
C
L2
0140R00046-C
H
T2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
SSX160[24-48]1A*/B*; SSX160591AA
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
285
T2
L2
T1
L1
1
BL
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
YL
2
SR
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
C
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
BL/PK
S
HPS
BK
BK
L1
T1
BK
CH
YL/PK
BL/PK
BL
C
L2
T2
BK
RCCF
YL
YL
BL
HERM
YL
F
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
BR
C
RD
RD
RD
YL
LPS
YL/PK
BK
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
PU
RD
RD
SC
C
BL
NOTE 1
L1
C
T1
C
CM
IO
IO
M
CONTROLS SHOWN WI TH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
Y
AI
N
X
AU
X
AU
SR
S
2
C
SC
SA
(IF USED)
RCCF
C
F
H
1
T2
C
L2
0140R00166 REV A
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
HPS
LPS
C
COMP
M
AI
N
R
5
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
COMPONENT CODE
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW V OLTAGE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW V OLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
COLOR CODE
Y
BL/PK
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
286
5
BK
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
SSX160591A*
T2
L2
T1
L1
1
SR
BL
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
YL
2
5
BK
RD
(LOW)
BK
(HIGH)
BR
PU
BL
RD
BK
YL
RD
PU
C
R
AUX
MAIN
S
HPS
BL
CS
Y2
C
YL
2
1
L1
T1
YL/PK
RD
C
L2
T2
BK
BK
BK
YL/PK
BL/PK
BL
YL/PK
BL
BK
COMP
BL/PK
BL/PK
BK
RCCF
YL
YL
BL
HERM
YL
F
RD
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
BR
C
RD
RD
SC
BL
CMR
YL
LPS
YL/PK
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
PU
RD
RD
3
5
4
C
Y2
YL
Y
BL
NOTE 1
L1
Y2
IO
IO
C
5
CMR
CS
Y2
4
2
C
AU
X
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
Y
M
)
A
W
O
CM IN
(L
(HIGH)
C
T1
X
AU
SR
S
1
2
3
C
F
SC
C
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
H
1
T2
C
L2
0140R00115-A
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
HPS
LPS
C
CMR
COMP
M
AI
N
R
5
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
CMR ---------- CONDENSER MOTOR RELAY
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
CS ------------- COMPRESSOR SOLENOID
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK ---------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
PU
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
BL/PK
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
SSX160601A*/BA
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
287
288
L2
L1
1
SR
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
IO
BL/PK
CM
AUX
MAIN
HPS
BL
YL
BK
O O
OR
BR
BK
PU
BL/PK
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
T2
T1
YL
2
5
BK
BL
C Y
BK
H
V
D
R
BK
S
DF1
DF2
(IF USED) NOTE 3
CH
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
RD
DFT
C
BK
RD
R R
RD
YL
RD
WH
W2
LVDR
DC
BK
RD
YL/PK
RD
BK
BK
LPS
DFT
RVC
YL
BL
YL/PK
BK
YL/PK BK
L1
T1
BK
L2
T2
BK
BK
BL BK BK
RCCF
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
BR
RD
C HERM
F
RD
RD
SC
YL
YL
BL
YL
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
PU
C
RD
RD
YL/PK
BL/PK
YL
C
W2
O
Y
R
NOTE 1
L1
C
T1
R
R
VENDOR : GOODMAN PRINT SHOP
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
C
IO
DF2
01/06
LVDR
DFT
SR
W2
Y
HPS
LPS
Y
DC
(IF USED)
NOTE 3
IN
X
MA
AU
CH
CM
2
SC
C
C
T2
C
0140R00029P
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) CRANKCASE HEATER MAY BE
FACTORY OR FIELD INSTALLED.
C
RVC
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
C
F
H
1
INDOOR POWER
SUPPLY
O
O
O
R
IO
DFT
W2
AI
N
X
S
AU
COMP
M
5
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
HVDR
DF1
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
DC ------------- DEFROST CONTROL
R
DFT ----------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
HPS-------------HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HVDR -------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
LVDR --------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE
JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK--------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
OR
BL/PK
BL
RD
WH
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
L2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
SSZ140[18,30,42-60]1AA-AE,
241AA-AH, 361AA-AG
BK
T2
L2
L1
1
SR
T1
YL
2
5
HVDR
RD
CM
IO
AUX
MAIN
DFT
RD
DFT R-DFT
BL
BK
ALTERNATE
DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
BK
DF1
DF2
RD
R
BK
WH
W
Y
BR
PU
BL/PK
LVDR
CCR
PS2 R-PS1 C
OR BK
RVC
YL
YL/PK
YL/PK
LPS
BL/PK
YL/PK
BL
YL/PK
BK
O O-RV CNT C-RV C
DC
HPS
BK
YL
RD
BL/PK
YL
BK
C
C
RD
R
AUX
MAIN
PU
S
CH
CHS
C
RD
RCCF
RD
GR
BK
YL
EQUIPMENT
GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS
ONLY
YL
YL
BL
HERM
YL
F
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
L2
T2
COMP
BR
BK
L1
T1
BK
BK
BK
BL BL
SC
Y
C
O
W2
R
L1
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF'
POSITION.
C
R-DFT
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTRACTOR
CADM----------- COMFORT ALERT DIAGNOSTIC MODULE
CCR------------COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR RELAY
R
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CHS ------------ CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
CMR ---------- CONDENSER MOTOR RELAY
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
CS ------------- COMPRESSOR SOLENOID
DC ------------- DEFROST CONTROL
DFT ----------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
DT ------------- DISCHARGE THERMOSTAT
R
HPS-------------HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HVDR -------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
LVDR --------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR
(OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRIN G
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
GR---------------- GREEN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK--------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
BL/PK
BL
OR
WH
RD
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
O
O
R-PS1
DFT
CH
S
X
AU
SR
2
S
CADM
Y
C
(IF USED)
SA
C
CNT
C
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
0140R00171-A
SC
O-RV RVC
Y
F
RCCF
H
1
HPS
PS2
DC
LPS
CCR
M
AI
N
X
AU
CH
CM
IO
CADM
COMP
M
AI
N
R
5
INDOOR POWER SUPPLY
W2
W
LVDR
DFT
DF2
DF1
HVDR
C
IO
CADM
T1
}
C
C
L2
FIELD LOW
VOLTAGE
CONNECTI
ONS
C-RV
T2
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
SSZ140[18,30,42-60]1AF, 241AJ, 361AH
SSZ140361B*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
289
290
BK
L2
L1
ALTERNATE
DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
T2
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
AUX
MAIN
CM
IO
DFT
Y
T1
PS2
YL
Y
BL
BK
BR
PU
BK
RVC
PU
BL/PK
C
C
C
R
R
LPS
YL/PK
YL/PK
BK
0
2
W
1
HVDR
SR
C-RV
YL/PK
0
BK OR
0-RV
WH BK
BL/PK
LVDR
5
BK
DC
CNT
RD
R-PS1
R-DFT
DFT
DF2
DF1
CCR
YL/PK
RD
BK
BK
BK BK
BL BL
RD
RD
SC
BL
SEE NOTE 1
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY W IRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
GR---------------- GREEN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK----------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
R
Y
C
O
W2
L1
C
COMP
T1
R
AUX
MAIN
CH
T2
S
RD
GR
C
O
O
R-PS1
DFT
SR
CCR
CH
M
AI
N
X
AU
Y
C
CNT
O-RV
Y
HPS
PS2
C
SC
C
T2
C
L2
FIELD LOW
VOLTAGE
CONNECTIONS
0140R00171 - C
}
C
C-RV
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RVC
F
RCCF
H
1
SEE NOTE 4
DC
LPS
2
CM
IO
X
S
AU
COMP
MA
IN
R
CHS
IO
5
INDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE NOTE 5 & 6
W2
W
LVDR
DFT
DF2
C
DF1
HVDR
T1
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
1. TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2. START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3. USE COPPER CONDUCTOR ONLY.
4. CRANKCASE HEATER & CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH ARE FACTORY INSTALLED OPTION.
CRANKCASE HEATER MAY NOT HAVE ADDITIONAL GROUND WIRE
5. 40VA MINIMUM TRANSFORMER IS REQUIRED.
6. COMMON SIDE OF TRANSFORMER MUST BE GROUNDED.
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 W IRE
NOTES:
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CADM -------- COMFORT ALERT DIAGNOSTIC MODULE
L1 L2
CCR ----------- COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR RELAY
RD
R-DFT
C
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
BK RD
CHS ----------- CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
RD
CMR ---------- CONDENSER MOTOR RELAY
PU
RD
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
R
CS ------------- COMPRESSOR SOLENOID
H C F
RCCF
DC ------------- DEFROST CONTROL
DFT ----------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
YL
YL
DT ------------- DISCHARGE THERMOSTAT
RD
YL
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
BR
HVDR -------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
SA
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
(IF USED)
RD
LPS ---------- LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
NOTE 2
RD
LVDR --------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
R
BK
LVJB --------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
SEE NOTE 4
--------- RUN
RCCF
CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
BK
SA ------------- START ASSIST
BK
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
CHS
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
EQUIPMENT GROUND
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
SEE NOTE 3
YL
RD
BL/PK
PU
HPS
BL
RD
OR
WH
RD
BL/PK
BL
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
SSZ140381AA, SSZ140[18,30,42-60]1AG, 241AK, 361AH
SSZ140[18-36]1B*
T2
L2
T1
L1
AUX
MAIN
CM
IO
DFT
Y
YL
PS2
BL
Y
1
BK
BR
PU
BK
RVC
PU
LPS
BL/PK
C
C
C
R
R
YL/PK
YL/PK
BK
0
2
W
SR
HVDR
YL/PK
0-RV
5
BK
C-RV
BK OR
0
WH BK
BL/PK
CNT
RD
LVDR
YL/PK
R-PS1
R-DF T
DFT
DF2
DC
CCR
ALTERNATE
DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
BK
RD
BK
DF1
R
BK
YL
RD
BL/PK
PU
HPS
BL
RD
C
BK
C
T1
IO
COMP
PU
CH S
C
RD
AUX
MAIN
RD
S
BK
YL
YL
YL
BL
YL
GR
SEE NOTE 3
EQU IPM ENT
GRO UN D
RCCF
HERM
F
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
L2
T2
CH
SEE NOTE 4
RD
BR
BK
L1
BK
BK
BK
BL BL
SC
Y
C
O
W2
R
NOTE 1
L1
C
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTOR ONLY.
4) CRANKCASE HEATER & CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH ARE FACTORY INSTALLED OPTION
5) 40VA MINIMUM TRANSFORMER IS REQUIRED.
6) COMMON SIDE OF TRANSFORMER MUST BE GROUNDED.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CADM -------- COMFORT ALERT DIAGNOSTIC MODULE
R-DFT
CCR ----------- COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR RELAY
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CHS ----------- CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
CMR ---------- CONDENSER MOTOR RELAY
R
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
CS ------------- COMPRESSOR SOLENOID
DC ------------- DEFROST CONTROL
DFT ----------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
DT ------------- DISCHARGE THERMOSTAT
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HVDR -------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ---------- LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
R
LVDR --------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
LVJB --------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FA CTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
GR---------------- GREEN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
W H -------------- W HITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK----------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
BL/PK
BL
OR
WH
RD
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
O
SR
S
2
M
O
CCR
LPS
N
F
Y
SEE NOTE 5 & 6
C
SC
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RCCF
HPS
CNT
}
C
C
L2
FIELD LOW
VO LTAG E
CONNECTIO NS
C-RV
T2
0140R00171 - B
C
O-RV RV C
C
H
1
PS2 Y
DC
SEE NOTE 4
AI
X
AU
CH
CM
IO
R
COMP
N
R-PS1
DFT
AI
X
AU
M
CHS
IO
5
INDOOR POWER SUPPLY
W2
W
LV DR
DFT
DF2
C
DF1
HVDR
T1
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
SSZ140[19-37]1A*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
291
292
BK
L2
L1
1
SR
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
IO
BL/PK
CM
AUX
MAIN
HPS
BK
O O
OR
BR
BK
PU
BL
YL
BL/PK
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
T2
T1
YL
2
5
BL
C Y
BK
H
V
D
R
BK
S
DF1
DF2
(IF USED) NOTE 3
CH
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
RD
DFT
C
BK
RD
R R
RD
YL
RD
WH
W2
LVDR
DC
BK
RD
YL/PK
RD
BK
BK
LPS
DFT
RVC
YL
BL
YL/PK
BK
YL/PK BK
L1
T1
BK
L2
T2
BK
BK
BL BK BK
RCCF
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
BR
RD
C HERM
F
RD
RD
SC
YL
YL
BL
YL
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
PU
C
RD
RD
YL/PK
BL/PK
YL
R
W2
O
Y
C
NOTE 1
L1
C
T1
VENDOR : GOODMAN PRINT SHOP
C
R
R
IO
DF2
01/06
LVDR
DFT
SR
W2
Y
HPS
LPS
Y
DC
SC
C
C
T2
C
0140R00029P
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) CRANKCASE HEATER MAY BE
FACTORY OR FIELD INSTALLED.
C
RVC
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
C
F
H
1
INDOOR POWER
SUPPLY
O
O
O
MA
IN
X
AU
(IF USED)
NOTE 3
DFT
W2
2
CH
CM
IO
X
S
AU
COMP
MA
IN
R
5
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
HVDR
DF1
R
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
DC ------------- DEFROST CONTROL
DFT ----------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
HPS-------------HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HVDR -------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
LVDR --------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE
JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK--------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
OR
BL/PK
BL
RD
WH
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
L2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
SSZ160[24]1AA-AF; SSZ160[36-48]1AA-AD
BK
L2
L1
IO
BL/PK
CM
AUX
MAIN
HPS
ALTERNATE
DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
T2
T1
YL
2
5
BL
PU
BR
O O
W2
R R
RD
(LOW)
BK
YL
RD
BK
H
V
D
R
C
RD
PU
BK
S
DF1
DF2
CH
(IF USED) NOTE 3
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
RD
DFT
BK
BK
OR
RD
WH
BK
RD
BK
(HIGH)
PU
BL/PK
1
SR
BL
C Y
LVDR
DC
CS
Y2
C
BK
BK
RD
RD
BK
YL/PK
YL/PK
DFT
RVC
LPS
BK
L1
T1
BK
L2
T2
BL
BK
BL BK BK
BL
BL YL/PK BK
BL
BL/PK
RD
RCCF
YL
YL
BL
HERM
F
YL
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
BR
C
RD
RD
SC
3
5
CMR
YL
BK
BK
DT
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
PU
C
RD
RD
BK
BL/PK
1
2
4
O
Y
OR
PU
NOTE 1
L1
C
C
IO
R
R
DF2
4
LVDR
DFT
5
CMR
X
AU
SR
S
2
X
AU
W2
DFT
Y
DC
(IF USED)
NOTE 3
CH
)
M
OW CM AIN
(L
IO
COMP
MA
IN
R
5
2 (HIGH)
DF1
HDVR
T1
SC
C
CMR
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN ’OFF’ POSITION.
RVC
1
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
C
F
H
1
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
3
T2
C
L2
0140R00064
O
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
C
LPS
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
O
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
Y2 C
CMR ---------- CONDENSER MOTOR RELAY
HPS
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
CS
R
C
CS ------------- COMPRESSOR SOLENOID
O
W2
Y
DFT
DC ------------- DEFROST CONTROL
INDOOR POWER
DFT ----------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
Y2
SUPPLY
DT ------------- DISCHARGE THERMOSTAT
HPS-------------HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HVDR -------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
LVDR --------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
THERMOSTAT.
2)
START ASSIST FACTORY
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3)
CRANKCASE HEATER MAY BE
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
FACTORY OR FIELD INSTALLED.
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK--------- YELLOW /PINK STRIPE
C
Y2
W2
WH
BL
YL
R
RD
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
SSZ160[60]1AA
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
293
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
294
SSZ160[60]1AB/AC/AD/AE
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
T2
L2
T1
L1
YL
BL
AUX
MAIN
CM
IO
DFT
Y
1
PS2
YL/PK
BK
BR
PU
BK
RVC
OR
PU
LPS
BL/PK
C
C
C
R
R
YL/PK
YL/PK
BK
0
2
Y
SR
W
BK
0
5
BK
HVDR
0-RV
C-RV
WH BK
BL/PK
CNT
RD
DC
LVDR
YL/PK
R-PS1
R-DF T
DFT
DF2
DF1
CCR
ALTERNATE
DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
BK
RD
BK
R
BK
YL
RD
BL/PK
PU
HPS
BL
RD
C
BK
C
T1
IO
COMP
PU
CH S
C
RD
AUX
MAIN
RD
S
BK
YL
YL
YL
BL
YL
GR
SEE NOTE 3
EQ U IP M E NT
G RO UN D
RCCF
HERM
F
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
L2
T2
CH
SEE NOTE 4
RD
BR
BK
L1
BK
BK
BK
BL BL
SC
Y
C
O
W2
R
NOTE 1
L1
C
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTOR ONLY.
4) CRANKCASE HEATER & CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH ARE FACTORY INSTALLED OPTION
5) 40VA MINIMUM TRANSFORMER IS REQUIRED.
6) COMMON SIDE OF TRANSFORMER MUST BE GROUNDED.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CADM -------- COMFORT ALERT DIAGNOSTIC MODULE
R-DFT
CCR ----------- COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR RELAY
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CHS ----------- CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
CMR ---------- CONDENSER MOTOR RELAY
R
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
CS ------------- COMPRESSOR SOLENOID
DC ------------- DEFROST CONTROL
DFT ----------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
DT ------------- DISCHARGE THERMOSTAT
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HVDR -------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ---------- LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
R
LVDR --------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
LVJB --------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FA CTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
GR---------------- GREEN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
W H -------------- W HITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK----------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
BL/PK
BL
OR
WH
RD
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
O
SR
S
2
M
O
CCR
LPS
Y
SEE NOTE 5 & 6
C
SC
C
CNT
}
C
C
L2
FIELD LOW
VOLTAG E
CONNECTIO NS
C-RV
T2
0140R00171 - B
C
RV C
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RCCF
O-RV
Y
F
H
1
HPS
P S2
DC
SEE NOTE 4
N
X
AI
AU
CH
CM
IO
R
COMP
N
R-P S 1
DFT
AI
X
AU
M
CHS
IO
5
INDOOR POWER SUPPLY
W2
W
LV DR
DFT
DF2
C
DF1
HVDR
T1
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
SSZ160[24]1AG, SSZ160[36-48]1AE
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
295
296
BK
L2
L1
BK
RD
RVC
DFT
ALTERNATE
DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
T2
1
SR
T1
YL
2
5
BK
RD
BL
BK
IO
RD
R
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
CM
AUX
MAIN
BL/PK
CCR
O-RV CNT
RD
(LOW)
YL/
PK
YL/PK
BK
BK
YL/PK
BL
YL/PK
BK
C
DT
DC
LPS
PS2 R-PS1 C
C-RV
BL/PK
OR BK PU
O
BK
(HIGH)
BR
PU
Y
PU
HPS
WH
W
LVDR
RD RD
R-DFT
HVDR
DFT
DF1
DF2
PU
BK
YL
C
S
CHS
RD
C
RD
RCCF
CS
Y2
C
CH
RD
BK
YL
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK--------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
Y
C SEE NOTE 3
Y2
PU
BL
YL
L1
C
IO
DFT
4
R-PS1
DFT
LO
5 (
CHS
CMR
SR
2
X
AU
PS2
C
DC
CH
)
M
W CM AI
N
IO
X
S
AU
COMP
M
AI
N
R
5
2 (HIGH)
DF1
HVDR
DF2
T1
R-DFT
C
Y
F
H
1
C
CMR
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
SC
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
}
T2
C
L2
CONTROLS SHOWN WIT H THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
0140R00172 -A
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2
WIRE
1
3
COMPONENT CODE
LVDR
LPS
O-RV RVC
C --------------- CONTACTOR
R
C-RV
CCR------------COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR RELAY
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
O
CHS ------------ CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH
W
CN C
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
C
T
CMR ---------- CONDENSER MOTOR RELAY
CCR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
HPS
CS ------------- COMPRESSOR SOLENOID
Y2 C
DC ------------- DEFROST CONTROL
DFT ----------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
CS
DT
DT ------------- DISCHARGE THERMOSTAT
R
W2
Y
Y2
O
FIELD LOW
HPS-------------HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
VOLTAGE
HVDR -------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
INDOOR POWER
CONNECTI
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
ONS
SUPPLY
LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
LVDR --------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
NOTES:
LVJB --- ------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
SA ------------- START ASSIST
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
3) THE COMMON SIDE OF LOW VOLTAGE
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SHALL NOT BE GROUNDED.
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
EQUIPMENT
GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS
GR
ONLY
YL
YL
BL
HERM
YL
F
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
RD
SC
BL
RD
CMR
RD
RD
3
5
4
PU
C
BK
RD
L2
AUX
R
1
2
T2
COMP
MAIN
RD
BK
BR
BK
L1
T1
BK
BL
BK BK
BL
BK
BL
BK
YL
RD
BL
BL/PK
BL
O
W2
R
OR
WH
RD
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
BK
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
SSZ160[60]1BA
BK
L2
L1
RVC
CM
IO
BK
RD
AUX
MAIN
BL/PK
HPS
RD
(LOW)
BK
(HIGH)
BR
PU
YL/PK
BL/PK
BL/PK
0
BK
DFT
Y
RD
ALTERNATE
DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
T2
T1
YL
BL
PS2
2
Y
1
W
SR
HVDR
5
C-RV
BK OR
0
PU WH BK
0-RV
YL/PK
LVDR
RD
DC
C
C
C
R
R
YL/PK
DT
LPS
YL/PK
BK
BK
PU
CNT
RD
BK
R-PS1
R-DFT
DFT
DF2
DF1
CCR
YL/PK
RD
RD
BK
BL
BK
RD
YL
RD
PU
BL
BK
BL
MAIN
R
AUX
YL
S
RD
CS
Y2
C
BK
RD
YL
H
BL
YL
C
EQUIPMENT
GROUND
NOTE 4
RCCF
RD
GR
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
PU
C
SC
BL
RD
CMR
RD
RD
3
5
4
SEE NOTE 6
RD
L2
T2
COMP
C
2
1
CHS
CH
RD
BK
BK
L1
T1
BK
BK BK
YL
BR
BL
BL
BK
BK
F
RD
C
Y2
Y
O
W2
R
SEE NOTE 1
L1
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
C
C
IO
4
R-PS1
O
X
AU
CH
O
Y2
CS
Y2 C
CCR
LPS
Y
PS2
C
DC
SEE NOTE 6
SC
C
CN
T
C
1
O-RV RVC
CMR
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
SA
RCCF
Y
F
H
1
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL
BLOCK AND INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN
REQUIRED.
3) THE COMMON SIDE OF LOW VOLTAGE SHALL
NOT BE GROUNDED.
4) USE COPPER CONDUCTOR ONLY.
5) CRANKCASE HEATER MAY NOT
HAVE ADDITIONAL GROUND WIRE.
6) CRANKCASE HEATER & CRANKCASE
HEATER SWITCH ARE FACTORY
INSTALLED OPTION.
INDOOR POW ER SUPPLY
W2
W
LVDR
IO
2
)
M
W CM AI
O
N
(L
DFT
5
CHS
CMR
SR
X
S
AU
COMP
M
AI
N
R
5
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
2 (HIGH)
DFT
NOTES:
DF2
DF1
HVDR
T1
R-DFT
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
R
CCR------------ COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR RELAY
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CHS ----------- CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
CMR ---------- CONDENSER MOTOR RELAY
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
CS ------------- COMPRESSOR SOLENOID
DC ------------- DEFROST CONTROL
DFT ----------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
DT ------------- DISCHARGE THERMOSTAT
R
HPS------------ HIGH PRESSURE SWIT CH
HVDR -------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
LVDR --------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE J UNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK----------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
BL
YL
PU
OR
WH
RD
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
L2
FIELD LOW
VOLTAGE
CONNECTIONS
DT
C
0140R00172-B
}
HPS
C
C-RV
3
T2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
SSZ160[60]1BA
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
297
YL
T2
L2
T1
L1
1
SR
BL
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
2
5
BK
BK
BR
PU
YL
RD
CONTRO L BOX
BK
C
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
YL
BL
S
BK
L1
T1
BK
C
L2
T2
BK
C
RD
RCCF
HER M
F
RD
SA
(IF USED)
N OT E 2
BR
RD
RD
YL
YL
YL
BL
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
PU
RD
RD
SC
YL
C
BL
NOTE 1
L1
C
T1
C
CM
IO
IO
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
COMPONENT CODE
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL ---------------- YELLOW
COLOR CODE
Y
YL
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
298
LVJB
M
N
UX
AI
A
S
R
C
2
F
H
1
C
C
(IF U SED)
SA
RCCF
SC
T2
C
0140R00015P-A
USE N.E.C. C LA SS 2 W IRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK AND INDOOR
THERMOSTAT
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
Y
SR
C OMP
X
IN
AU
MA
5
O UT DOO R P OW ER S UP PLY
SEE R ATIN G PLATE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
L2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
VSX130[18-48]1A* / VSX130[24/36, 42-60]1B*
VSX130[24-36]1D*
YL
T2
L2
T1
L1
1
SR
BL
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
2
5
BK
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
CONTROL BOX
C
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
YL
S
BL
BK
L1
T1
BK
C
L2
T2
BK
RD
YL
RCCF
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
SC
YL
C
BL
RD
BR
F
RD
EQUIPMENT GROUND
SEE NOTE 3
H
PU
RD
RD
C
BL
SEE NOTE 1
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL ---------------- YELLOW
Y
YL
L1
C
T1
C
CM
IO
IO
Y
M
AI
N
X
AU
SR
S
C
R
COMP
X
AU
MA
IN
5
2
C
F
H
1
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
C
SC
SA
(IF USED)
RCCF
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK &
INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY.
NOTES:
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
LVJB
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
C
L2
0140R00015P-B
T2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
VSX130[18-48]1A* / VSX13061]1A*VSX130[24/36, 42-60]1B*
VSX130[24-36]1D* VSX130361E*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
299
YL
T2
L2
T1
L1
1
SR
BL
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
2
5
BK
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
CONTROL BOX
C
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
YL
BL
S
BK
L1
T1
BK
C
L2
T2
BK
YL
RCCF
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
RD
SC
YL
C
BL
RD
BR
F
RD
EQUIPMENT GROUND
SEE NOTE 3
H
PU
RD
RD
C
BL
SEE NOTE 1
CONTROLS SHOW N W ITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
W H -------------- WHITE
YL ---------------- YELLOW
Y
YL
L1
C
T1
C
CM
IO
IO
M
Y
AIN
X
AU
SR
S
C
R
2
SEE NOTE 1
AI
N
COMP
X
AU
M
5
C
F
1
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
SC
C
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
1) TO IND OOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK &
INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED W HEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY.
NOTES:
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
300
LVJB
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
C
L2
0140R00015P-C
H
T2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
VSX130[18-48/61]1A* / VSX130[24/36/42-60]1B*/1D*
VSX130[30]1D*/VSX130[36]1E*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
YL
T2
L2
T1
L1
1
SR
BL
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
2
5
BK
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
CONTROL BOX
C
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
YL
S
BL
BK
L1
T1
BK
C
L2
T2
BK
YL
RCCF
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
RD
SC
YL
C
BL
RD
BR
F
RD
EQUIPMENT GROUND
SEE NOTE 3
H
PU
RD
RD
C
BL
SEE NOTE 1
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL ---------------- YELLOW
Y
YL
L1
C
T1
C
CM
IO
IO
Y
M
AI
N
X
AU
SR
S
C
R
COMP
X
AU
MA
IN
5
2
C
F
H
1
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
C
SC
SA
(IF USED)
RCCF
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK &
INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY.
NOTES:
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
LVJB
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
C
L2
0140R00015P-B
T2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
VSX130[18-48]1A* / VSX13061]1A*VSX130[24/36, 42-60]1B*
VSX130[24-36]1D* VSX130361E*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
301
YL
T2
L2
T1
L1
1
SR
BL
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
2
5
BK
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
CONTROL BOX
C
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
YL
BL
S
BK
L1
T1
BK
C
L2
T2
BK
YL
RCCF
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
RD
SC
YL
C
BL
RD
BR
F
RD
EQUIPMENT GROUND
SEE NOTE 3
H
PU
RD
RD
C
BL
SEE NOTE 1
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL ---------------- YELLOW
Y
YL
L1
C
T1
C
CM
IO
IO
M
Y
AI
N
X
AU
SR
S
C
R
2
SEE NOTE 1
AI
N
COMP
X
AU
M
5
C
F
1
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
SC
C
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
1) TO IND OOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK &
INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUC TORS ONLY.
NOTES:
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
302
LVJB
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
C
L2
0140R00015P-C
H
T2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
VSX130[18-48/61]1A* / VSX130[24/36/42-60]1B*/1D*
VSX130[30]1D*/VSX130[36]1E*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
OT--------------OUTDOOR THERMOSTAT
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
0140R00165-A
WIRING DIAGRAMS
VSX130181B* / D*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
303
L2
L1
1
BL
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
T2
T1
YL
2
SR
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
C
IO
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
S
RD
BK
YL
BL
T1
BK RD
L1
BR
C
RD
RD
YL
BL
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
HERM
YL
YL
F
YL
RCCF
RD
EQUIPMENT GROUND
NOTE 4
RD
PU
C
RD
RD
NOTE 3
CH
GR
CHS RD
BK
L2
T2
BK
BK
BK
SC
C
NOTE 1
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
OT ------------- OUTDOOR THERMOSTAT
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CHS ----------- CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
C --------------- CONTACTOR
COMPONENT CODE
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROWN
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
GR/YL------------- GREEN / YELLOW
Y
YL
BL
LVJB
L1
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
304
5
BK
CONTROL BOX
C
T1
AI
S
R
C
NOTE 3
N
COMP
X
AU
M
Y
M
AIN
X
AU
CH
CM
IO
IO
SR
2
CHS
SC
C
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
C
F
H
1
T2
C
L2
0140R00165-B
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) CRANKCASE HEATER & CRANKCASE HEATER
SWITCH ARE FACTORY INSTALLED OPTION.
4) USE COPPER CONDUCTOR ONLY.
C
5
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
VSX130181B* / D*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
VSX130[18-24]1E*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
305
YL
T2
L2
T1
L1
1
SR
BL
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
2
5
BK
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
CONTROL BOX
IO
C
MAIN
R
AUX
BL
S
BL/PK
COMP
BL/PK
BL/PK
L1
C
L2
T2
BK
HPS
BK
T1
BK
RD
C
RD
RCCF
F
HERM
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
BR
RD
RD
YL
YL
YL
BL
YL
EQUIPMENT GROUND
PU
RD
RD
SC
C
BL
SEE NO TE 1
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL ---------------- YELLOW
Y
BL/PK
L1
T1
C
M
AI
N
X
AU
HPS
CM
IO
IO
Y
SR
S
C
2
SEE NOTE 1
R
COMP
X
AU
M
AIN
5
F
1
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
SC
C
C
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
H
T2
0140R00258-C
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK AND INDOOR
THERMOSTAT
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY.
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
306
LVJB
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
C
L2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
VSX130[18-24]1E*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
OT--------------OUTDOOR THERMOSTAT
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
0140R00165-A
WIRING DIAGRAMS
VSX130181B*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
307
YL
T2
L2
T1
L1
1
BL
IO
CM
AUX
MAIN
ALTERNATE DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
2
SR
BK
BR
PU
BK
YL
RD
C
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
YL
BL
S
BK
L1
T1
BK
C
L2
T2
BK
YL
RCCF
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
RD
SC
YL
C
BL
RD
BR
F
RD
EQUIPMENT GROUND
SEE NOTE 3
H
PU
RD
RD
C
BL
SEE NOTE 1
CONTROLS SHOW N WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIELD W IRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY W IRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL --------------- BLUE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
W H -------------- WHITE
YL ---------------- YELLOW
Y
YL
LVJB
L1
C
T1
C
CM
IO
IO
M
AI
Y
N
X
AU
SR
S
2
SEE NOTE 1
C
R
COMP
X
AU
M
AIN
5
C
F
1
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
SC
C
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK &
INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY.
NOTES:
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
308
5
BK
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
C
L2
0140R00015P-C
H
T2
WIRING DIAGRAMS
VSX140[18-60]1A*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
BK
L2
L1
1
SR
IO
BL/PK
CM
AUX
MAIN
HPS
BR
BK
PU
BL/PK
BK
O O
OR
BL
YL
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR
T2
T1
YL
2
5
BL
C Y
R R
BK
H
V
D
R
BK
S
DF1
DF2
CH
(IF USED) NOTE 3
R
AUX
MAIN
COMP
RD
DFT
C
BK
RD
RD
YL
RD
WH
W2
LVDR
DC
BK
RD
YL/PK
RD
BK
BK
LPS
DFT
RVC
YL
BL
YL/PK
BK
YL/PK BK
L1
T1
BK
L2
T2
BK BK
BL BK BK
RCCF
YL
YL
BL
HERM
YL
F
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
BR
C
RD
RD
SC
YL
EQUIPMENT GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
RD
PU
C
RD
RD
YL/PK
BL/PK
O
Y
OR
BL/PK
NOTE 1
L1
C
T1
R
R
IO
LVDR
DFT
X
AU
SR
S
O
CH
MA
IN
X
AU
Y
DC
(IF USED)
NOTE 3
DFT
W2
2
CM
IO
COMP
MA
IN
R
DF2
HVDR
DF1
C
5
SC
C
RVC
(IF USED)
SA
RCCF
C
F
H
1
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
T2
C
L2
VENDOR: GOODMAN PRINT SHOP
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
01/06
0140R00029P
C
COMPONENT CODE
LPS
O
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
HPS
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
R
C
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
W2
O
Y
DC ------------- DEFROST CONTROL
DFT ----------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
INDOOR POWER
HPS-------------HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HVDR -------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
SUPPLY
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ------------ LOW PRESSURE SWIT CH
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
LVDR --------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
LVJB ---------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) CRANKCASE HEATER MAY BE
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
FACTORY OR FIELD INSTALLED.
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
FIELD W IRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY W IRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK--------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
C
W2
WH
BL
R
RD
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
VSZ130[18-60]1[A/B]*
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
309
310
T2
L2
L1
1
SR
T1
YL
2
5
BK
HVDR
BL
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
CM
IO
AUX
MAIN
RD
DFT
RD
BK DFT R-DFT
ALTERNATE
DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
BK
DF1
DF2
RD
R
BK
WH
W
Y
BR
PU
BL/PK
LVDR
CCR
PS2 R-PS1 C
OR BK
RVC
YL
YL/PK
YL/PK
LPS
BL/PK
YL/PK
BL
YL/PK
BK
O O-RV CNT C-RV C
DC
HPS
BK
YL
RD
BL/PK
YL
BK
C
C
RD
R
AUX
MAIN
PU
S
CH
CHS
C
RD
RCCF
RD
GR
BK
YL
EQUIPMENT
GROUND
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS
ONLY
YL
YL
BL
HERM
YL
F
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
L2
T2
COMP
BR
BK
L1
T1
BK
BK BK
BL BL
SC
Y
C
O
W2
R
L1
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
C
R-DFT
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CADM -------- COMFORT ALERT DIAGNOSTIC MODULE
CCR ----------- COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR RELAY
R
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CHS ----------- CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
CMR ---------- CONDENSER MOTOR RELAY
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
CS ------------- COMPRESSOR SOLENOID
DC ------------- DEFROST CONTROL
DFT ----------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
DT ------------- DISCHARGE THERMOSTAT
R
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HVDR -------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ---------- LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
LVDR --------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
LVJB --------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
COMPONENT CODE
FIELD WI RING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROW N
GR---------------- GREEN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
W H -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK----------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
BL/PK
BL
OR
WH
RD
LVJB
ALTERNATE DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONTROL BOX
X
AU
O
R-PS1
DFT
CHS
O
SR
2
S
CADM
F
Y
C
CNT
}
C
C
L2
FIELD LOW
VOLTAGE
CONNECTIONS
C-RV
T2
0140R00171-A
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE
TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR
THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY
EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
C
RVC
(IF USED)
O-RV
HPS
SC
C
SA
RCCF
H
1
PS2 Y
DC
LPS
CCR
M
AI
N
X
AU
CH
CM
IO
CADM
COMP
MA
IN
R
5
INDOOR POWER SUPPLY
W2
W
LVDR
DFT
DF2
DF1
HVDR
C
IO
CADM
T1
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
VSZ130181AB, VSZ130241BB, VSZ130301AC, VSZ130361BB
VSZ130421A*, VSZ130481AB, VSZ130601AB
T2
L2
T1
L1
AUX
MAIN
CM
IO
DFT
Y
YL
PS2
BL
Y
1
BK
BR
PU
BK
RVC
PU
YL/PK
BK
0
2
W
SR
HVDR
YL/PK
0- RV
5
BK
C-RV
BK OR
0
WH BK
BL/PK
CNT
RD
DC
LVDR
YL/PK
R-PS1
R-DF T
DFT
DF2
DF1
CCR
ALTERNATE
DOUBLE POLE
CONTACTOR
BK
RD
BK
YL/PK
LPS
BL/PK
C
C
C
R
R
R
BK
YL
RD
BL/PK
PU
HPS
BL
RD
C
BK
C
BK
IO
COMP
PU
CH S
C
RD
AUX
MAIN
RD
S
BK
YL
YL
YL
BL
YL
GR
SEE NOTE 3
EQ U IP M ENT
G RO UN D
RCCF
HERM
F
RD
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
RD
CH
SEE NOTE 4
RD
L2
T2
BK
BK
L1
T1
BK
BR
BL BL
SC
Y
C
O
W2
R
NOT E 1
L1
C
USE N.E.C. CLASS 2 WIRE
NOTES:
1) TO INDOOR UNIT LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK & INDOOR THERMOSTAT.
2) START ASSIST FACTORY EQUIPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
3) USE COPPER CONDUCTOR ONLY.
4) CRANKCASE HEATER & CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH ARE FACTORY INSTALLED OPTION
5) 40VA MINIMUM TRANSFORMER IS REQUIRED.
6) COMMON SIDE OF TRANSFORMER MUST BE GROUNDED.
COMPONENT CODE
C --------------- CONTACTOR
CADM -------- COMFORT ALERT DIAGNOSTIC MODULE
R-DFT
CCR ----------- COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR RELAY
CH ------------- CRANKCASE HEATER
CHS ----------- CRANKCASE HEATER SWITCH
CM ------------ OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
CMR ---------- CONDENSER MOTOR RELAY
R
COMP -------- COMPRESSOR
CS ------------- COMPRESSOR SOLENOID
DC ------------- DEFROST CONTROL
DFT ----------- DEFROST THERMOSTAT
DT ------------- DISCHARGE THERMOSTAT
HPS ----------- HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HVDR -------- HIGH VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
IO -------------- INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LPS ---------- LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
R
LVDR --------- LOW VOLTAGE DEFROST RELAY
LVJB --------- LOW VOLTAGE JUNCTION BOX
RCCF --------- RUN CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR & FAN
RVC ----------- REVERSING VALVE COIL
SA ------------- START ASSIST
SC ------------- START CAPACITOR FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
SR ------------- START RELAY FOR COMPRESSOR (OPTIONAL)
CONTROLS SHOWN WITH THERMOSTAT IN 'OFF' POSITION.
FIELD WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
WIRING CODE
FACTORY WIRING
HIGH VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE
OPTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE
COLOR CODE
BK --------------- BLACK
BL/PK ---------- BLUE/PINK STRIPE
BR --------------- BROWN
GR---------------- GREEN
OR --------------- ORANGE
PU --------------- PURPLE
RD --------------- RED
WH -------------- WHITE
YL --------------- YELLOW
YL/PK----------- YELLOW/PINK STRIPE
BL/PK
BL
OR
WH
RD
LVJB
ALTERNAT E DOUBLE
POLE CONTACTOR ONLY
CONT ROL BO X
DFT
O
R-P S1
O
S
M
CCR
LPS
F
Y
SEE NOTE 5 & 6
C
SC
SA
(IF USED)
NOTE 2
RCCF
HPS
CNT
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C
C
L2
FIELD LOW
VO LTAG E
CONNECTIONS
C-RV
T2
0140R00171 - B
C
O-RV RV C
C
H
1
PS2 Y
DC
N
X
AI
AU
CH
CM
IO
R
2
SEE NOTE 4
AI
N
DFT
SR
COMP
X
AU
M
CHS
IO
5
INDOOR POWER SUPPLY
W2
W
LV DR
DF2
C
DF1
HVDR
T1
OUTDOOR POWER SUPPLY
SEE RATING PLATE
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
VSZ130181A[C/D/E/F], VSZ130241B[B/C/D], VSZ130301A[D/E/F/G]
VSZ130361B[B/C/D], VSZ130421A[C/D/E/F/G],VSZ130481A[C/D],
VSZ130601AC
Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
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