Carrier AQUAZONE 50RLP Product data

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AQUAZONE™
50HQP072-120
Large Capacity Horizontal
Water Source Heat Pumps
with PURON® Refrigerant (R-410A)
6 to 10 Nominal Tons
TM
Single-package horizontally mounted
water source heat pumps with electronic controls.
• Puron® refrigerant (R-410A)
• Performance certified to AHRI/ISO/
ASHRAE 13256-1
• Wide application use with an
entering water operating
temperature range of 20 F to 120 F
• Dual refrigerant circuits for 2-stage
operation
• High-efficiency scroll compressors
• Thermostatic expansion valve (TXV)
provides efficient and reliable
refrigerant flow
• High-static capability available
• Available mute package for quiet
operation
• Available low temperature insulation
to prevent condensation
• Easy service access
• Flexible and reliable controls
accommodate all systems (LON and
PremierLink™ controls)
• Flexible and reliable multiple
protocol WSHP Open controller can
use BACnet*, Modbus†, N2, and
LON (with a separate card)
protocols for integrating energy
efficiency and precise unit control
Features/Benefits
Carrier’s Aquazone™ large
capacity units offer low cost,
energy efficient solutions for
all challenging water source
heat pump applications.
Operating efficiency
Carrier’s Aquazone horizontal water
source heat pumps (WSHPs) are
designed for quality and high performance over a lifetime of operation.
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Form 50HQP-2PD
Features/Benefits (cont)
Aquazone units offer cooling EERs
(Energy Efficiency Ratio) to 20.0 and
heating COPs (Coefficient of Performance) to 5.0. Efficiencies stated are in
accordance with standard conditions
under ISO (International Organization
for Standardization) Standard 13256-1
and provide among the highest ratings
in the industry, exceeding ASHRAE
(American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers)
90.1 Energy Standards.
High quality construction and
testing
All units are manufactured to meet
extensive quality control protocol from
start to finish through an automated
control system, which provides continuous monitoring of each unit and
performs quality control checks as
equipment progresses through the
production process. Standard construction features of the Aquazone™ units
include:
Cabinet — Standard unit fabrication
consists of heavy gage galvanized sheet
metal cabinet construction that provides
maximum strength. Cabinet interior
surfaces are lined with 1/2 in. thick,
dual density, 13/4 lb per cubic ft acoustic, fiberglass type insulation. Sheet
metal surfaces are treated for maximum corrosion protection to ensure
resilience for long term vitality. The
condensate pan is coated with bakedon enamel finish and insulated.
Compressor — Aquazone largecapacity units include dual highcapacity scroll compressors. Compressor isolating springs are specially
selected for each compressor size. The
external isolation springs are mounted
on an isolated railing system to minimize vibrations to the unit structure.
Blower and motor assembly —
Belt-driven centrifugal blowers are provided with all units to satisfy many air
distribution applications. Optional
motor speeds and sizes are available to
provide high-static capability. Aquazone blower motors are designed to
operate at lower temperatures to help
improve the reliability of the WSHP.
Refrigeration/water circuit — Units
have a sealed refrigerant circuit including a scroll compressor. Refrigerant
circuits are provided with a standard
thermostatic expansion valve (TXV) for
higher accuracy and performance. Also
standard are a reversing valve (4-way
valve), water-to-refrigerant coaxial
(tube-in-tube) coil, and enhanced aluminum fin/rifled copper tube air-to-refrigerant heat exchanger coil.
Filter drier — A factory-installed reversble heat pump filter drier operates
in either flow direction with low pressure drop. The filter drier core offers
optimum water and acid removal abilities in addition to excellent filtration.
When flow reverses, dirt already collected remains in the filter drier.
Environmentally sound
Carrier’s Puron® refrigerant (R-410A)
enables you to make an environmentally responsible decision. Puron
refrigerant (R-410A) is an HFC refrigerant that does not contain chlorine
that is damaging to the stratospheric
ozone layer. Puron refrigerant
(R-410A) is unaffected by the Montreal
Protocol. Puron refrigerant (R-410A) is
a safe, efficient and environmentally
sound refrigerant for the future.
AHRI/ISO — Carrier’s Aquazone
units have AHRI (Air Conditioning,
Heating and Refrigeration Institute)/
ISO, NRTL (Nationally Recognized
Testing Lab), or ETL labels and are factory tested under normal operating
conditions at nominal water flow rates.
Quality assurance is provided via testing report cards shipped with each unit
to indicate specific unit performance
under cooling and heating modes of
operation.
Table of contents
Features/Benefits. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-4
Model Number Nomenclature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
AHRI/ISO Capacity Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Physical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Options and Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-9
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Selection Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11,12
Performance Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13-20
Electrical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Typical Control Wiring Schematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22-26
Application Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27-30
Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31-36
Guide Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37-40
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Quiet operation
Fan motor insulation and compressor
springs are provided for sound isolation, cabinets are fully insulated to
reduce noise transmission, low speed
blowers are utilized for quiet operation
through reduced outlet air velocities,
and air-to-refrigerant coils are designed
for lower airflow coil face velocities.
Design flexibility
Airflow configuration for Aquazone
horizontal units is available as left
return and right discharge. Extended
water temperature range between 20 F
and 110 F offers maximum design flexibility for all applications. Water flow
rates as low as 1.5 gpm per ton assist
with selection from a various range of
circulating pumps. Factory-installed
options are offered to meet specific
design requirements.
Safe, reliable operation
Standard safety features for the refrigerant circuit include high-pressure
switch and low-pressure sensor to
detect loss of refrigerant. A low air
temperature sensor safeguards against
freezing. Equipment safety features
include water loop temperature monitoring, voltage protection, water coil
freeze protection, and standard electronic condensate overflow shutdown.
All Aquazone safety features are tested
at the factory to assure proper operation of all components and safety
switches.
All components are carefully designed and selected for endurance,
durability, and carefree day-to-day
operation.
The Aquazone unit is shipped to
provide internal and external equipment protection. Shipping supports
are placed under the blower housing
and compressor feet. In addition, units
are mounted on oversized pallets with
lag bolts for sturdiness and maximum
protection during transit.
Ease of installation
The Aquazone unit is packaged for
simple low cost handling, with minimal
time required for installation. All units
are pre-wired and factory charged with
refrigerant. Water connections and
condensate drains are anchored
securely to the unit cabinet. High and
low voltage knockouts are provided on
all units.
Simple maintenance and
serviceability
The Aquazone™ WSHP units are constructed to provide ease of maintenance. Units allow access to
compressor section from 3 sides.
Additional panels are provided to
access the blower and control box
sections.
The blower housing assembly can be
serviced without disconnecting ductwork from the dedicated blower access
panel. Blower units are provided with
permanently lubricated bearings for
worry-free performance.
Electrical disconnection of the
blower motor and control box is easily
accomplished from quick disconnects
on each component.
Easy removal of the control box
from the unit provides access to all
refrigeration components.
The refrigeration circuit is easily
tested and serviced through the use of
high and low pressure ports integral to
the refrigeration circuit.
Maximum control flexibility
Aquazone water source heat pumps
provide reliable control operation using
a standard microprocessor board with
flexible alternatives for many direct digital control (DDC) applications including the Carrier Comfort Network®
(CCN) and open protocol systems.
Carrier’s Aquazone standard unit
solid-state control system, the Complete C, provides control of the unit
compressor, reversing valve, fan, safety
features, and troubleshooting fault indication features. The Complete C control system is one of the most user
friendly, low cost, and advanced control boards found in the WSHP industry. Many features are field selectable
to provide the ultimate in field installation flexibility. The overall features of
this standard control system include:
75-va transformer assists in accommodating accessory loads.
Anti-short cycle timer provides a
minimum off time to prevent the unit
from short cycling. The 5-minute timer
energizes when the compressor is
deenergized, resulting in a 5-minute
delay before the unit can be restarted.
Random start relay ensures a random delay in energizing each different
WSHP unit. This option minimizes
peak electrical demand during start-up
from different operating modes or after
building power outages. The control
features a 5 to 80 second random start
upon start-up.
High and low pressure refrigerant
protection safeguards against unreliable unit operation and prevents refrigerant from leaking.
Condensate overflow sensor,
mounted to the drain pan, recognizes
thirty continuous seconds of condensate pan overflow as a fault. When
condensate pan liquid reaches an unacceptable level, unit is automatically
deactivated and placed in a lockout
condition.
High and low voltage protection
safe guards against excessive or low
voltage conditions.
Automatic intelligent reset automatically restarts unit 5 minutes after
shutdown if the fault has cleared.
Should a fault occur 3 times sequentially, lockout will occur.
Accessory output (24-v) is provided
to cycle a motorized water valve or
damper actuator with compressor in
applications such as variable speed
pumping arrangements.
Performance Monitor (PM) feature
monitors water temperatures to warn
when the heat pump is operating inefficiently or beyond typical operating
range. Field selectable switch initiates a
warning code on the unit display.
Water coil freeze protection
(selectable for water or antifreeze) field selectable switch for water
and water/glycol solution systems initiates a fault when temperatures exceed
the selected limit for 30 continuous
seconds.
Air coil freeze protection (check
filter operation) field selectable
switch for assessing excessive filter
pressure drop initiates a fault when
temperatures exceed the selected limit
for 30 continuous seconds.
Alarm relay setting is a selectable
24-v or pilot duty dry contact for providing activation of a remote alarm.
Electric heat option output provided on the controller for operating
two stages of emergency electric heat.
Service Test mode with diagnostic
LED (light-emitting diode) allows
service personnel to check the operation of the WSHP and control system
efficiently. Upon entering Test mode,
time delays are sped up, and the Status
LED will flash a code to indicate the
last fault experienced for easy diagnosis. Based on the fault code flashed by
the status LED, system diagnostics are
assisted through the use of Carrier provided troubleshooting tables for easy
reference to typical problems.
LED visual output indicates high
pressure, low pressure, low voltage,
high voltage, air/water freeze protection, condensate overflow, and control
status on an LED panel.
Open protocol for diverse control
(LON controller) option is ideal
when building automation requires
interoperability across diverse control
platforms. This LONMark** compliant
offering can operate as stand-alone or
as a part of Local Operating Network
(LON) via the LonWorks** FTT-10 Free
Topology communication network. Factory completed, pre-engineered applications specific to Aquazone water
source heat pumps and digital wall sensors communicating over Sensor Link
(S-Link) communication protocol completes a system of networked control.
Carrier’s PremierLink™ controller adds reliability, efficiency, and simplification
The PremierLink direct digital controller can be ordered as a factory-installed
option. Designed and manufactured
exclusively by Carrier, the controller
can be used to actively monitor and
control all modes of operation as well
as monitor the following diagnostics
and features: unit number, zone temperature, zone set point, zone humidity
set point, discharge-air temperatures,
fan status, stages of heating, stages of
cooling, outdoor-air temperature,
leaving-air temperature, leaving water
temperature, alarm status, and alarm
lockout condition.
This controller has a 38.4K baud
communications capability and is
compatible with ComfortLink controls,
CCN and ComfortVIEW™ software.
The scrolling marquee and Navigator™
display are optional tools that can be
used for programming and monitoring
the unit for optimal performance. The
* Sponsored by ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air Conditioning Engineers).
† Registered trademark of Schneider Electric.
** Registered trademark of Echelon Corporation.
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Features/Benefits (cont)
addition of an accessory CO2 sensor in
the conditioned space provides
ASHRAE 62-99 compliance and demand controlled ventilation (DCV). A
DCV control strategy is especially beneficial for a water source heat pump
system to minimize the energy utilized
to condition ventilation air. The DCV
approach enhances the energy efficient performance of the Aquazone™
units.
The PremierLink peer-to-peer, Internet
ready communicating control is
designed specifically for constant volume (CV) and variable volume and
variable temperature (VVT®) applications. This comprehensive controls system allows water source heat pumps to
be linked together to create a fully functional HVAC (heating, ventilation, and
air conditioning) automation system.
Model number nomenclature
50HQP
072
K
C
C
5
0
1
3
-
50HQP – Horizontal Large Capacity
Water Source Heat Pump
with Puron® Refrigerant (R-410A)
Water Circuit Options
- – None
Operating Range and Insulation
1 – Commercial Standard Range
2 – Commercial Standard Range with Mute
3 – Commercial Extended Range
4 – Commercial Extended Range with Mute
5 – Extended Range with Mute Package and
Stainless Steel Drain Pan
6 – Extended Range with Mute Package and
Stainless Steel Drain Pan
7 – Standard Range with Stainless Steel
Drain Pan
8 – Standard Range with Mute Package and
Stainless Steel Drain Pan
Size – Nominal Tons
072 – 6
096 – 8
120 – 10
Airflow Configuration
Return
Discharge
J – Right
Left
K – Right
Back
N – Left
Right
P – Left
Back
Q – Right
Left
T – Right
Back
U – Left
Right
V – Left
Back
W – Right
Left
X – Right
Back
Z – Left
Right
1 – Left
Back
2 – Right
Left
3 – Right
Back
4 – Left
Right
5 – Left
Back
6 – Right
Left
7 – Right
Back
8 – Left
Right
9 – Left
Back
Drive/Motor
Standard/Standard
Standard/Standard
Standard/Standard
Standard/Standard
Low Rpm/Standard
Low Rpm/Standard
Low Rpm/Standard
Low Rpm/Standard
High Rpm/Standard
High Rpm/Standard
High Rpm/Standard
High Rpm/Standard
Standard/Large
Standard/Large
Standard/Large
Standard/Large
High Rpm/Large
High Rpm/Large
High Rpm/Large
High Rpm/Large
Packaging
1 – Domestic (Single Pack)
Revision Code
0 – Current Revision
V-Ph-Hz
1 – 575-3-60
5 – 208/230-3-60
6 – 460-3-60
Heat Exchanger Options
A – Copper Water Coil with E-Coated Air Coil
C – Copper Water Coil with Non-Coated Air Coil
J – Cupronickel Water Coil with E-Coated Air Coil
N – Cupronickel Water Coil with Non-Coated Air Coil
Controls
C – Complete C Microprocessor Control
D – Deluxe D Microprocessor Control
L – Complete C with LON*
M – Deluxe D with LON*
P – Complete C with PremierLink™ Communicating Control
W – Complete C Microprocessor Control with WSHP Open
Y – Deluxe D Microprocessor Control with WSHP Open
LEGEND
*LON — LonWorks interface system.
NOTES:
1. Standard cabinet is powder-painted.
2. 208/230-volt unit is wired for 208 volts, but can be field converted to
230 volts.
3. 1-in. return filter included.
4. 75-VA standard transformer included.
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AHRI/ISO capacity ratings
50HQP072-120 UNITS
UNIT
GPM CFM
50HQP072
50HQP096
50HQP120
20.0 2400
24.0 3200
30.0 4000
COP
db
EER
wb
—
—
—
—
WATER LOOP HEAT PUMP
GROUND WATER HEAT PUMP
GROUND LOOP HEAT PUMP
Cooling 86F
Heating 68F
Cooling 59F
Heating 50F
Cooling 77F
Heating 32F
Total
Total
Total
Total
Total
Total
EER
EER
EER
Capacity (Btuh/W) Capacity COP Capacity (Btuh/W) Capacity COP Capacity (Btuh/W) Capacity COP
(Btuh)
(Btuh)
(Btuh)
(Btuh)
(Btuh)
(Btuh)
69,000
13.3
92,500
5.0
78,500
19.7
75,500
4.4
71,000
14.6
58,000
3.5
95,600
13.7
123,000
5.0
104,500
20.0
101,000
4.4
98,000
15.2
77,000
3.6
119,000
13.3
160,000
4.6
134,000
19.3
132,500
4.0
122,500
14.5
103,000
3.3
LEGEND
Coefficient of Performance
Dry Bulb
Energy Efficiency Ratio
Wet Bulb
NOTES:
1. Cooling capacities based upon 80.6 F db, 66.2 F wb entering air
temperature.
2. Heating capacities based upon 68 F db, 59 F wb entering air
temperature.
3. All ratings based upon operation at lower voltage of dual voltage
rated models.
4. All 50HQP072 ratings are at 2400 cfm with 20 gpm. Sheave setting for AHRI is 2.5 turns open.
5. All 50HQP096 ratings are at 3200 cfm with 24 gpm. Sheave setting for AHRI is 3.0 turns open.
6. All 50HQP120 ratings are at 4000 cfm with 30 gpm. Sheave setting for AHRI is 3.0 turns open.
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Physical data
50HQP072-120 UNITS
UNIT 50HQP
072
6
NOMINAL CAPACITY (tons)
Compressor(s)*
NOMINAL AIRFLOW (cfm)
Range (cfm)
096
8
Scroll
3200
2400-4000
2400
1800-3000
WEIGHT (lb)
Operating Weight
Shipping Weight
AIR COIL
Total Face Area (sq ft)
Tube Size (in.)
Fin Spacing (FPI)
Number of Rows
REFRIGERANT CHARGE (R-410A) (oz/ckt)
NO. OF CIRCUITS
HIGH-VOLTAGE BUSHING (in.)
BLOWER
Qty...Wheel Size (D x W) (in.)
Range (rpm)
Standard (hp...kW)
Large (hp...kW)
REFRIGERANT-TO-WATER HEAT EXCHANGER
Connection (FPT) (in. ...TPI)
Volume (gal.)
Maximum Water Working Pressure (psig)
CONDENSATE DRAIN CONNECTION — FTP (in. ...TPI)
FILTER
Qty...Size (Height x Width) (in.)
586
626
120
10
4000
3000-4500
644
684
Aluminum Fins, Copper Tubes
8.9
3 /8
14
3
76
2
13 /4
7.5
3/8
14
3
60
2
698
738
8.9
3 /8
14
3
80
2
1...12 x 12
1...12 x 12
1...12 x 12
760-1014
1...0.75
2...1.49
3...2.24
2...1.49
3...2.24
5...3.73
Steel-Copper or Steel-Cupronickel Tube-in-Tube
11/2...111/2
11/4...111/2
1.62
1.81
2.40
500
500
500
3/4...14
1-in. Throwaway†
4...16 x 20
*All units have grommet and spring compressor mountings, and 1/2-in.
and 13/4-in. electrical knockouts.
†Two-inch filters are available as field-installed accessory.
LEGEND
FPI — Fins per Inch
TPI — Threads per inch
WORKING PRESSURE
UNIT MAXIMUM WATER WORKING PRESSURE
MAXIMUM PRESSURE PSIG
300
BASE UNIT
CORNER WEIGHTS
UNIT
Weight, Operating (lb)
Weight, Packaged (lb)
Weight, Corner, Control Box/Compressor Side (lb)
Weight, Corner, Compressor Side (lb)
Weight, Corner, Blower Side (lb)
Weight, Corner, Air Coil Side (lb)
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50HQP072
586
626
235
101
180
70
50HQP096
644
684
254
120
190
80
50HQP120
698
738
271
137
200
90
Options and accessories
DESCRIPTION
Cupronickel Heat Exchangers
Sound Attenuation Package (Mute Package)
Extended Range
E-Coat Air Coil
High-Static Blower Drive Options
Deluxe D Control System
WSHP Open Multiple Protocol Controller
PremierLink™ Controller
LONMark Compliant Controller
Aquazone™ Thermostats
Aquazone System Control Panel (50RLP)
Filter Rack (2 in.)
Fire-Rated Hoses
Ball Valves
Y Strainers
Two-Way Motorized Water Control Valve
Hose Kit Assemblies
Remote Sensors
PremierLink Accessories
FACTORY-INSTALLED OPTION
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Factory-installed options
Cupronickel heat exchangers are available for higher
corrosion protection for applications such as open tower,
geothermal, etc. Consult the water quality guidelines for
proper application and selection of this option.
Sound attenuation package (mute package) is available for applications that require especially low noise levels. With this option, a double application of sound
attenuating material is applied, access panels are double
dampened with 1/2-in. thick density fiberglass insulation,
and a unique application of special dampening material is
applied to the curved portion of the blower. The mute
package in combination with standard unit noise reduction
features (i.e., as mentioned previously) provides sound levels and noise reduction to the highest degree.
Extended range units provide an insulated water circuit
for the coaxial coil and refrigerant circuit to prevent condensation, and therefore potential dripping problems, in
applications where the entering water temperature is
beyond the normal operating range (less than 60 F).
E-coat air coils are available to provide years of protection against corrosion form airborne chemicals. Modern
building materials, such as floor coverings, paints and other
materials can "outgas" chemicals into the indoor air. Some
of these chemicals are suspected of contributing to corrosion in the air coils found in both traditional and geothermal heating and cooling equipment. Corrosion often
results in refrigerant leaks and eventual failure of the air
coil costing hundreds of dollars to replace. Studies have
also shown that these air coils’ coating, improves moisture
shedding and therefore improve a units moisture removal
capability resulting in a more comfortable indoor environment. The 50HQP units assure both maximum air coil life
and comfort.
High-static blower drive options provide maximum
flexibility for the most challenging applications. Three
static range motors are available in low, standard, and high
rpm configurations. An optional large motor arrangement
is available for high-static designs.
FIELD-INSTALLED ACCESSORY
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Deluxe D control system provides the same functions
as the Complete C control system while incorporating
additional flexibility and functions to include:
Thermostat input capabilities accommodate emergency
shutdown mode and night setback (NSB) with override
potential. Night setback from low temperature thermostat
with 2-hour override is initiated by a momentary signal
from the thermostat.
Compressor relay staging is used with dual stage units
(units with 2 compressors and 2 Deluxe D controls) or in
master/slave applications.
Boilerless electric heat control system allows automatic
changeover to electric heat at low loop water temperature.
Intelligent reversing valve operation minimizes reversing
valve operation for extended life and quiet operation.
Thermostat type select (Y, O or Y, W) provides ability to
work and select heat pump or heat/cool thermostats (Y, W).
Reversing valve signal select (O or B) provides selection for
heat pump O/B thermostats.
Multiple units on one thermostat/wall sensor provide
communication for up to three heat pumps on one
thermostat.
Boilerless changeover temperature provides selection of
boilerless changeover temperature set point.
Accessory relays allow configuration for multiple applications including fan and compressor cycling, digital night
setback (NSB), mechanical night setback, water valve operation, and outside air damper operation.
WSHP Open multiple protocol controller is a
proactive controller capable of communicating BACnet,
Modbus, N2, and LON (with separate card) protocols. The
controller is designed to allow users the access and ability
to change and configure multiple settings and features
including indoor air quality (IAQ), waterside economizer
controls, etc.
PremierLink™ controller is compatible with the Carrier
Comfort Network® (CCN) and other building automation
systems (BAS). This control is designed to allow users the
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Options and accessories (cont)
access and ability to change factory-defined settings, thus
expanding the function of the standard unit.
LONMark compliant controller contains the factoryloaded Aquazone water source heat pump application for
an interoperable control solution.
Field-installed accessories
Carrier’s line of Aquazone thermostats are both
attractive and multi-functional, accommodating standalone water source heat pump installations.
Edge® Pro 7-day programmable thermostat offers 2-stage
heat, 2-stage cool, remote contact input, remote sensor
capability, pre-occupancy purge, soft start, manual/auto
changeover, 4 settings per day, 24 vac, backlit LCD, keypad lockout, no batteries required, 5-minute compressor
protection, never lost memory, 3 security levels, and temperature display in degrees F or C.
Comfort™ Pro 7-day programmable thermostat offers 2stage heat, 2-stage cool, auto changeover, 4 settings per
day, 24 vac, backlit LCD, keypad lockout, 5-minute compressor protection, never lost memory, 3 security levels,
and temperature display in degrees F or C.
Comfort™ Pro 7-day non-programmable thermostat offers
2-stage heat, 2-stage cool, auto changeover, backlit display,
keypad lockout, 5-minute compressor protection, dual setpoint with adjustable deadband, never lost memory, 3 security levels, and temperature display in degrees F or C.
Aquazone™ system control panel (50RLP) includes a
pre-programmed, easy to use, Carrier Comfort Controller
set up for a WSHP system.
• Coordinates, monitors, and controls all WSHP units
and ancillary equipment including cooling towers, boilers, and system pumps.
• 50RLP model nomenclature is used to customize the
panel to control all WSHP system requirements.
• Panel can be ordered with 2, 4, 6, or 8 stages of system
heat rejection.
• Panel can be ordered with 2, 4, 6, or 8 stages of system
heat addition.
• Panel can be ordered with unique WSHP zone operation capabilities for stand-alone systems (i.e., noncommunicating) to control 10 or 18 zones of WSHP
unit.
• Panel can be ordered to control variable frequency cooling tower fan operation.
• System pumping operation can be configured for start/
stop, lead/lag, or variable frequency pump operation.
• Direct digital control (DDC) compatible using the Carrier Comfort Network® (CCN) and WSHP units using
PremierLink™ CCN controllers.
Filter rack (2 in.) is available in place of the standard
1-in. return air filter to enhance the filtration system of the
water source heat pump. The 2-in. filter frame with door
for ductwork applications is also available for field installation. These do not include filters.
Fire-rated hoses are 2 ft long and have a fixed MPT on
one end and a swivel with an adapter on the other end.
Hose kits are provided with both a supply and return hose
and can be either stainless steel or galvanized. Five sizes
are available (1/2, 3/4, 1, 11/4, 11/2 in.).
Ball valves (brass body) are used for shutoff and
balancing water flow and are available with memory,
memory stop, and pressure temperature ports. Valves consist of UL-listed brass body, ball and stem type with Teflon*
seats and seals. Five sizes are available (1/2, 3/4, 1, 11/4,
11/2 in.).
Y strainers (bronze body) are “Y” type strainers with a
brass cap. With a maximum operating pressure rating of
450 psig, the strainer screen is made of stainless steel.
Strainers are available with blow down valves. Five sizes
are available (1/2, 3/4, 1, 11/4, 11/2 in.).
Two-way motorized water control valve offers
3.5 watt coil, 24 volt, 50/60 Hz, 740 amps inrush, and
.312 amp holding. Valves operate slowly for quiet system
application. Two-way motorized water control valve can be
provided for applications involving open type systems or
variable speed pumping. This valve will slowly open and
close in conjunction with the compressor operation to shut
off or turn on water to the unit. It is a slow-closing (ON/
OFF) quiet operation with 24 vac, end switch and standard
normally closed. Two sizes are available (11/4 and 11/2 in.
diameter). A motorized water control valve performance
includes coefficient of velocity (Cv) of 19 (sizes 072 and
096) and Cv of 37 (size 120) with a maximum operating
pressure differential (MOPD) of 150 psi and rated at
400 psig.
Hose kit assemblies provide all the necessary components to hook up a water-side system. Supply hose
includes a ported ball valve with pressure temperature
(P/T) plug ports, flexible stainless steel hose with swivel
and nipple. Return hose includes a ball valve, preset automatic balancing valve (gpm) with two P/T ports, flexible
stainless steel hose with a swivel and nipple, balancing
valve, and low-pressure drop water control valve.
Remote sensors are available for Aquazone flush mount
thermostats. Available sensors are for wall (wired and wireless) or duct mounted applications.
PremierLink™ accessories are available for providing a
fully integrated WSHP DDC system. Accessories include
supply air temperature sensors (with override and/or setpoint adjustment), communicating room sensors, CO2 sensors (for use in demand control ventilation), and linkage
thermostats (to control multiple units from one thermostat).
*Teflon is a trademark of E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company.
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Dimensions
50HQP072-120
ALL CONFIGURATIONS REQUIRE SERVICE ACCESS AREA
DESCRIBED IN NOTES 5 AND 6.
RIGHT RETURN STRAIGHT DISCHARGE
LEFT RETURN STRAIGHT DISCHARGE
BSP
BSP
A
Note 7
B
C
CBP
1
5
CAP
F
1
D
EAP
O
E
G
4
EAP
2
Note 6, 7
CAP
CBP
CAP
CAP
M
PQ
FRONT
FRONT
R
K
SERVICE ACCESS
3’ (91 cm.)
Note 7
BSP
CAP
CBP
EAP
LEGEND
Blower Service Panel
Control Access Panel
Control Box Panel
Expansion Valve Access Panel
—
—
—
—
2
Note 7
NOTES:
1. All dimensions in inches, unless indicated.
2. Access is required for all removable panels and installer should take care to comply with all building codes and allow adequate
clearance.
3. Water inlet and outlet connections are available on either side of the unit. Plugs are shipped loose in a plastic bag tied to the
water leg in front of the unit. Installer must plug unused connection.
4. Condensate drain connection is on end opposite of compressor.
5. Electrical access is available on either side of the front of the unit.
6. Electrical box is on right side but can be field-converted to left.
7. Units require 3 ft clearance for water connections, CAP, EAP, and BSP service access.
8. Overall cabinet width dimensions do not include filter rail and duct flange
87”
[221cm]
HANGER BRACKET DIMENSIONS
PLAN VIEW
TOP
4.3”
[10.8cm]
34.1”
[86.6cm]
FRONT
1.0”
[2.54cm]
FRONT
CONTROL BOX
PLAN VIEW
TOP
3
CONTROL BOX
U
V
S
V
U
S
T
1.3”
[3.3cm]
condensate
RIGHT RETURN RIGHT VIEWAIR COIL SIDE
LEFT RETURN LEFT VIEWAIR COIL SIDE
LEFT RETURN END DISCHARGE
CBP
1.3”
[3.3cm]
condensate drain
RIGHT RETURN END DISCHARGE
CAP
CAP
CAP
FRONT
FRONT
EAP
EAP
CAP
CBP
BSP
BSP
E
D
a50-8816
F
G
1
OVERALL
CABINET
(in.)
DISCHARGE
WATER
ELECTRICAL
CONNECTIONS (in.) CONNECTIONS
KNOCKOUTS
(Duct Flange [± 0.10 in.])
(in.)
(in.)
UNIT
50HQP
E
F
A
B
C
D Supply Supply G
K
L
M O
P
Q
R
Depth Width Height
Depth Height
072-120 36.3
84.9
21.6
14.0
17.0
13.5
7.8 15.0 8.3 4.0 2.0 18.8 16.8 13.8
RETURN AIR
CONNECTIONS (in.)
(Using Return Air Opening)
S
T
Return Return U
V
Depth Height
65.0
18.0
1.0
18.9
2
3
4
5
10
CONNECTIONS
11/ FPT (072,096)
Water Outlet 141/ FPT (120)
2
1/ FPT (072,096)
Water Inlet 1 141/ FPT (120)
2
Condensate
3/ FPT
4
Drain
High Voltage
11/8K.O.
Access
Low Voltage
7/ K.O.
8
Access
Selection procedure
I Determine the actual cooling and heating
loads at the desired dry bulb and wet bulb
conditions.
Assume cooling load at desired dry bulb 80 F and
wet bulb 65 F conditions are as follows:
Given:
Total Cooling (TC). . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65,500 Btuh
Sensible Cooling (SC) . . . . . . . . . . . .54,700 Btuh
Entering-Air Temperature db . . . . . . . . . . . . .80 F
Entering-Air Temperature wb . . . . . . . . . . . . .65 F
II Determine the following design parameters.
Entering water temperature, water flow rate (gpm),
airflow (cfm), water flow pressure drop and design
wet and dry bulb temperatures. Airflow cfm should
be between 300 and 450 cfm per ton. Unit water
pressure drop should be kept as close as possible
to each other to make water balancing easier. Enter
the appropriate Performance Data tables and
find the proper indicated water flow and water
temperature.
For example:
Entering Water Temp (Cooling) . . . . . . . . . . .90 F
Entering Water Temp (Heating) . . . . . . . . . . .60 F
Water Flow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15.0 GPM
Airflow Cfm . . . . . . . . . 2100 Cfm (350 Cfm/Ton)
III Select a unit based on total cooling and total
sensible cooling conditions. Unit selected
should be closest to but not larger than the
actual cooling load.
Enter tables at the design water flow and water
temperature. Read the total and sensible cooling
capacities.
NOTE: Interpolation is permissible, extrapolation is
not.
Example equipment selection for cooling:
Enter the 50HQP072 Performance Table at design
water flow and water temperature. Read Total
Cooling, Sensible Cooling and Heat of Rejection
capacities:
Total Cooling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .67,500 Btuh
Sensible Cooling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52,300 Btuh
Heat of Rejection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87,900 Btuh
Airflow Cfm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2400 Cfm
NOTE: It is normal for water source heat pumps to
be selected on cooling capacity only since the heating output is usually greater than the cooling
capacity.
IV Determine the correction factors associated
with the variable factors of dry bulb and wet
bulb using the Corrections Factor tables
found in this book.
Using the following formulas to determine the correction factors of dry bulb and wet bulb:
a) Corrected Total Cooling = tabulated total cooling
x wet bulb correction x airflow correction.
b) Corrected Sensible Cooling = tabulated sensible
cooling x wet/dry bulb correction x airflow
correction.
V Determine entering air and airflow correction
using the Corrections Factor tables found in
this book.
The nominal airflow for the 50HQP072 is 2400
cfm. The design parameter is 2100 cfm.
2100/2400 = 88% of nominal airflow. Use the
88% row in the Airflow Correction table.
The nominal EAT (wb) is 67 F. The design parameter is 65 F. Use the 65 F correction factor row from
the Entering Air Correction Factors table. Use
design temperature 80 F (db) column for sensible
cooling correction.
Using the following formulas to determine the correction factors of entering air and airflow correction:
Table
Ent Air
Airflow
Corrected Total
= 67,500 x 0.977 x 0.976 =
Cooling
Corrected Sensible Cooling = 52,300 x 1.089 x 0.933 =
Corrected Heat = 87,900 x 0.998 x 0.976 =
of Rejection
Corrected
64,365
53,139
85,619
Compare the corrected capacities to the load
requirements established in Step I. If the capacities
are within 10% of the load requirements, the equipment is acceptable. It is better to undersize than
oversize as undersizing improves humidity control,
reduces sound levels and extends the life of the
equipment.
VI Determine the correction factor associated
with antifreeze in system loop.
If heating EWT is 50 F or below, antifreeze may
need to be used. Calculate leaving water temperature per performance data selection notes (operation is shaded areas). If antifreeze is required, use
Anti-Freeze Correction table for correcting total and
sensible capacities.
If the EWT for heating is 40 F, then the system
requires antifreeze. If a solution of 15% propylene
glycol is required, then:
Corrected Total Cooling =64,365 x 0.986
Corrected Total Cooling =63,464
Corrected Sensible Cooling =53,139 x 0.986
Corrected Sensible Cooling =52,395
VII Water temperature rise calculation and
assessment.
Calculate the water temperature rise and assess the
selection using the following calculation:
Actual Temperature
Rise
=
Correction of
Heat of Rejection
GPM x 500
11
Selection procedure (cont)
For example, using the Corrected Heat of Rejection
from the last step:
85,619
= 11.4 F
15.0 x 500
If the units selected are not within 10% of the load
calculations, review what effect changing the GPM,
water temperature and/or airflow will have on the
corrected capacities. If the desired capacity cannot
be achieved, select the next larger or smaller unit
and repeat Steps I through VI.
VIII AHRI/ISO/ASHRAE 13256-1 Conversion
Performance
standard
AHRI/ISO/ASHRAE
13256-1 became effective on January 1, 2000 and
replaced the existing AHRI Standards 320 WaterLoop Heat Pumps (WLHP), 325 Ground-Water
Heat Pumps (GWHP), and 330 Ground-Loop Heat
Pumps (GLHP).
The AHRI/ISO Standard incorporates a consistent
rating methodology for including fan and pump
energy for calculating cooling capacity, heating
capacity, and energy efficiency ratios (EER). This
simplifies the use of rating data for heat pump performance modeling in seasonal energy analysis calculations, and allows for direct rating comparisons
across applications.
a) ISO Capacity and Efficiency Equations
The following equations are used to calculate and
correct cooling capacity, heating capacity, and respective EER:
ISO Cooling Capacity = (Cooling Capacity in
Btuh) + (Fan Power Correction in Watts x 3.412)
ISO Cooling EER = (ISO Cooling Capacity in
Btuh/3.412)/(Power Input in watts – fan power
correction in watts + pump power correction in
watts) = Watts/Watts
ISO Heating Capacity = (Heating Capacity in
Btuh) – (Fan Power Correction in Watts x 3.412)
ISO Heating COP = (ISO Heating Capacity in
Btuh/3.412)/(Power Input in watts – fan power
correction in watts + pump power correction in
watts) = Watts/Watts
b) Identify the design conditions corrected for air and
water conditions.
Airflow Cfm = 2400 Cfm
Water Flow (based upon 11.4 F rise in temp) =
15.0 GPM
External Static Pressure = 0.5 in. wg
Water Pressure Drop = 4.3 ft of head
Cooling Power Input = 5,960 watts
Cooling Capacity = 64,365 Btuh
Heating Power Input = 5,500 watts
Heating Capacity = 86,000 Btuh
Actual Temperature
Rise
12
=
c) Perform Fan Power Correction Adjustment
Use the following formula to calculate Fan Power
Correction:
Fan Power
Correction = (Cfm x 0.472) x (External Static
Pressure x 249)/300 = Watts
= (2400 x 0.472) x (0.5 x 249)/300
= 470 Watts
d) Perform Pump Power Correction Adjustment
Use the following formula to calculate Pump Power Correction:
Pump Power
Correction
= (GPM x 0.0631) x (Pressure Drop
x 2,990)/300
= Watts
= (15.0 x 0.0631) x
(4.3 x 2,990)/300
= 41 Watts
e) Perform Cooling Capacity Calculation
Use the following formula to calculate cooling
capacity:
ISO Cooling
Capacity
= (Cooling Capacity) + (Fan Power
Correction x 3.412)
= 64,365 + (470 x 3.412)
= 65,969 Btuh
f) Perform Cooling EER Calculation
ISO EER = (ISO Cooling Capacity/3.412)/
(Cooling Power Input – Fan Power
Correction + Pump Power
Correction)
= Watts/Watts
= (65,969/3.412)/(5,960 – 470 + 41)
= 3.50 Watts/Watt
= 11.9 Btuh/Watt
g) Perform Heating Capacity Calculation
Use the following formula to calculate heating
capacity:
ISO Heating
Capacity
= (Heating Capacity) – (Fan Power
Correction x 3.412)
= 86,000 – (470 x 3.412)
= 84,396 Btuh
h) Perform Heating COP Calculation
ISO EER = (ISO Heating Capacity/3.412)/
(Heating Power Input – Fan Power
Correction + Pump Power
Correction)
= Watts/Watts
= (86,000/3.412)/(5,500 – 470 + 41)
= 4.97 Watts/Watt
= 17.0 Btuh/Watt
Performance data
CORRECTION FACTORS — ANTI-FREEZE
COOLING
HEATING
ANTI-FREEZE
TYPE
%
SOLUTION
TC
TSC
kW
TC
kW
WATER
0
5
15
25
5
15
25
5
15
25
5
15
25
1.000
0.995
0.986
0.978
0.995
0.990
0.982
0.998
0.994
0.986
0.998
0.994
0.988
1.000
0.995
0.986
0.978
0.995
0.990
0.982
0.998
0.994
0.986
0.998
0.994
0.988
1.000
1.003
1.009
1.014
1.002
1.007
1.012
1.002
1.005
1.009
1.002
1.004
1.008
—
0.989
0.968
0.947
0.989
0.968
0.949
0.981
0.944
0.917
0.993
0.980
0.966
—
0.997
0.990
0.983
0.997
0.990
0.984
0.994
0.983
0.974
0.998
0.994
0.990
PROPYLENE
GLYCOL
METHANOL
ETHANOL
ETHYLENE
GLYCOL
EWT
kW
TC
TSC
WPD
—
—
—
—
—
WPD CORRECTION
FACTOR
(EWT 30 F)
—
1.070
1.210
1.360
1.070
1.160
1.220
1.140
1.300
1.360
1.040
1.120
1.200
LEGEND
Entering Water Temperature
Total Power (Kilowatts)
Total Capacity (MBtuh)
Total Sensible Capacity (MBtuh)
Water-side Pressure Drop
CORRECTION FACTORS — ENTERING AIR
EAT
WB (F)
TC
50
55
60
65
66.2
67
70
75
0.7335
0.8063
0.8830
0.9774
0.9851
1.0000
1.0426
1.1386
60
0.883
0.676
—
—
—
—
—
—
COOLING
Sensible Cooling Capacity Entering DB (F)
65
70
75
80
80.6
85
90
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
0.884 1.112
*
*
*
*
*
0.673 0.882 1.092
*
*
*
*
—
0.668 0.876 1.089 1.114 1.295
*
—
0.618 0.824 1.036 1.061 1.245
*
—
0.584 0.790 1.000 1.026 1.212
*
—
—
0.661 0.869 0.894 1.081 1.292
—
—
—
0.652 0.652 0.859 1.069
CORRECTION FACTORS — NOMINAL CFM
AIRFLOW
CFM
% of
Nominal Per Ton Nominal
300
75%
325
81%
350
88%
375
94%
400
100%
425
106%
450
113%
475
119%
500
125%
COOLING
HEATING
TC
TSC
kW
THR
TC
kW
THA
0.957
0.966
0.976
0.988
1.000
1.006
1.012
1.017
1.022
0.869
0.901
0.933
0.966
1.000
1.029
1.058
1.080
1.103
0.951
0.963
0.974
0.987
1.000
1.014
1.027
1.051
1.074
0.955
0.966
0.976
0.988
1.000
1.008
1.015
1.024
1.033
0.970
0.978
0.986
0.993
1.000
1.006
1.012
1.017
1.022
1.054
1.035
1.017
1.009
1.000
0.999
0.997
0.996
0.996
0.964
0.975
0.987
0.993
1.000
1.005
1.010
1.014
1.019
NOTE: 400 CFM per ton is Nominal Airflow.
HEATING
95
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
1.284
kW
THR
0.978
0.984
0.990
0.997
0.999
1.000
1.004
1.012
0.783
0.842
0.930
0.998
0.988
1.000
1.042
1.113
EAT
DB (F)
50
55
60
65
68
70
75
80
TC
kW
THA
1.044
1.034
1.024
1.012
1.005
1.000
0.989
0.974
0.834
0.872
0.910
0.955
0.982
1.000
1.047
1.101
1.099
1.076
1.053
1.027
1.011
1.000
0.974
0.942
LEGEND
AHRI
— Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute
ASHRAE — American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and
Air Conditioning Engineers
db
— Dry Bulb
EAT
— Entering-Air Temperature (F)
ISO
— International Organization for Standardization
kW
— Total Power Input (kilowatts)
TC
— Total Capacity
THA
— Total Heat of Absorption
THR
— Total Heat of Rejection
TSC
— Total Sensible Capacity
wb
— Wet Bulb
NOTES:
1. AHRI/ISO/ASHRAE 13256-1 uses entering air conditions of Cooling —
80.6 F db/66.2 F wb and Heating — 68 F db/59 F wb.
2. Discontinued Standards AHRI 320, 325, and 330 used entering air conditions of Cooling 80 F db/67 F wb and Heating — 70 F db (bold print for comparison only).
ENGLISH TO SI CONVERSIONS
AIRFLOW
WATER FLOW
EXTERNAL STATIC PRESSURE (ESP)
WATER PRESSURE DROP (PD)
Airflow (L/s) = CFM x 0.472
Water Flow (L/s) = gpm x 0.0631
ESP (Pa) = ESP (in. wg) x 249
PD (kPa) = PD (ft of hd) x 2.99
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Performance data (cont)
50HQP072
2400 CFM NOMINAL AIRFLOW
EWT (F)
GPM
20
20
10
15
20
10
15
20
10
15
20
10
15
20
10
15
20
10
15
20
10
15
20
10
15
20
10
15
20
10
15
20
10
15
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
85
90
100
110
120
PRESSURE DROP
FT
WG
6.8
15.8
1.2
2.7
3.3
7.7
6.2
14.3
1.0
2.2
3.0
7.0
5.6
13.0
0.9
2.0
2.8
6.5
5.3
12.2
0.5
1.2
2.2
5.1
4.4
10.1
0.5
1.1
2.1
4.8
4.2
9.6
0.4
0.9
1.9
4.5
3.9
9.1
0.4
0.8
1.9
4.4
3.9
8.9
0.3
0.8
1.8
4.3
3.8
8.8
0.3
0.7
1.8
4.1
3.7
8.5
0.2
0.6
1.7
3.9
3.6
8.3
0.2
0.5
1.6
3.7
3.5
8.0
PSIG
COOLING CAPACITY
TC
82.3
81.1
80.2
82.4
82.6
82.4
80.7
81.9
82.3
77.7
79.7
80.6
73.9
76.3
77.5
69.4
72.2
73.5
67.1
69.8
71.2
64.8
67.5
68.9
60.1
62.7
64.1
55.8
58.1
59.4
52.2
54.1
55.1
TSC
Coefficient of Performance
Energy Efficiency Ratio
Entering Water Temperature
Gallons Per Minute
Heating Capacity
Total Power (Kilowatts)
Leaving Air Temperature
Btuh in Thousands
Total Capacity (MBtuh)
Total Heat of Absorption (MBtuh)
Total Heat of Rejection (MBtuh)
Total Sensible Capacity (MBtuh)
OPERATION IN SHADED AREAS
For operation in the shaded area when water is used in lieu of an anti-freeze solution, the LWT (Leaving Water Temperature) must be calculated. Flow must be
maintained to a level such that the LWT is maintained above 42 F [5.6 C] when
operating in the standard range. This is due to the potential of the refrigerant temperature being as low as 32 F [0° C] with 40 F [4.4 C] LWT, which may lead to a
nuisance cutout due to the activation of the Low Temperature Protection.
Example:
At 50 F EWT (Entering Water Temperature) and 15 gpm, a 50HQP072 unit has a
THA of 57,800 Btuh. To calculate LWT, rearrange the formula for THA as follows:
THA = TD x GPM x 500, where THA = Total Heat of Absoption (Btuh); TD = temperature difference (EWT - LWT) and GPM = U.S. Gallons per Minute.
TD = THA / (GPM x 500)
TD = 57,800 / (15 x 500)
TD = 8 F
LWT = EWT - TD
LWT = 50 - 8 = 42 F
In this example, a higher flow rate will be required for EWTs at or below 50 F without antifreeze.
14
THR
Operation Not Recommended
56.8
3.6
94.5
55.8
3.4
92.8
55.1
3.4
91.7
57.4
3.9
95.6
57.1
3.7
95.1
56.8
3.6
94.6
57.2
4.2
95.1
57.4
4.0
95.6
57.4
3.9
95.6
56.3
4.7
93.6
56.9
4.4
94.7
57.2
4.3
95.1
54.9
5.2
91.4
55.8
4.8
92.8
56.2
4.69
93.5
53.1
5.71
88.9
54.2
5.37
90.5
54.7
5.20
91.2
52.1
6.03
87.7
53.3
5.66
89.2
53.8
5.49
89.9
51.2
6.35
86.4
52.3
5.96
87.9
52.9
5.78
88.6
49.2
7.06
84.2
50.3
6.64
85.4
50.9
6.44
86.1
47.5
7.87
82.7
48.4
7.41
83.4
48.9
7.19
83.9
46.3
8.78
82.2
46.9
8.27
82.3
47.3
8.02
82.5
LEGEND
See below
COP —
EER —
EWT —
GPM —
HC
—
kW
—
LAT —
MBtuh —
TC
—
THA —
THR —
TSC —
kW
HEATING CAPACITY
EER
23.0
23.6
23.8
21.2
22.4
22.9
19.0
20.5
21.1
16.7
18.2
18.9
14.3
15.8
16.5
12.2
13.4
14.1
11.2
12.4
13.0
10.2
11.3
11.9
8.5
9.4
10.0
7.1
7.8
8.3
5.9
6.5
6.9
HC
kW
THA
LAT
COP
49.5
54.7
56.8
58.0
63.2
66.1
67.7
72.3
76.0
78.0
81.8
86.0
88.3
91.1
95.6
98.0
99.8
104.4
106.7
103.7
108.0
110.1
107.6
111.7
113.5
5.0
5.0
5.1
5.1
5.1
5.2
5.2
5.3
5.3
5.4
5.4
5.5
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.9
5.8
5.9
6.0
5.9
6.0
6.0
32.5
37.5
39.6
40.7
45.6
48.4
50.0
54.4
57.8
59.7
63.3
67.2
69.4
72.0
76.3
78.5
80.2
84.4
86.5
83.8
87.8
89.7
87.4
91.1
92.8
87.1
89.0
89.9
90.3
92.3
93.4
94.1
95.8
97.2
98.0
99.5
101.1
102.0
103.1
104.8
105.7
106.4
108.2
109.1
107.9
109.6
110.4
109.4
111.0
111.7
2.9
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.6
3.7
3.8
4.0
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
5.0
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.3
5.4
5.5
Operation Not Recommended
NOTES:
1. Interpolation is permissible, extrapolation is not.
2. All entering air conditions are 80 F db (dry bulb) and 67 F wb (wet bulb) in
cooling and 70 F db in heating.
3. AHRI/ISO certified conditions are 80.6 F db and 66.2 F wb in cooling and
68 F db in heating.
4. Table does not reflect fan or pump power corrections for AHRI/ISO conditions.
5. All performance data is based upon the lower voltage of dual voltage rated
units.
6. Performance stated is at the rated power supply. Performance may vary as
the power supply varies from the rated voltage.
7. Operation below 60 F EWT requires optional insulated water circuit.
8. Operation below 40 F EWT is based upon 15% methanol antifreeze solution.
9. See Correction Factor tables for operating conditions other than those listed
above.
10. Performance capacities shown in MBtuh.
50HQP096
3200 CFM NOMINAL AIRFLOW
EWT (F)
GPM
20
24
12
18
24
12
18
24
12
18
24
12
18
24
12
18
24
12
18
24
12
18
24
12
18
24
12
18
24
12
18
24
12
18
24
30
40
50
60
70
80
85
90
100
110
120
PRESSURE DROP
FT
WG
10.2
23.5
2.1
4.9
5.3
12.1
9.3
21.4
1.9
4.4
4.8
11.0
8.4
19.3
1.7
4.0
4.5
10.3
7.9
18.2
1.5
3.4
3.8
8.8
6.8
15.8
1.3
3.1
3.6
8.4
6.6
15.2
1.2
2.8
3.4
7.9
6.3
14.5
1.1
2.7
3.4
7.7
6.2
14.2
1.1
2.5
3.3
7.6
6.1
14.0
1.0
2.3
3.1
7.2
5.9
13.6
0.9
2.0
3.0
6.8
5.7
13.1
0.8
1.8
2.8
6.5
5.5
12.6
PSI
COOLING CAPACITY
TC
109.6
109.3
108.9
108.7
109.5
109.6
106.7
108.2
108.8
103.6
105.8
106.8
99.6
102.4
103.7
94.9
98.2
99.7
92.3
95.7
97.3
89.6
93.2
94.9
83.9
87.7
89.6
77.8
81.7
83.7
71.5
75.4
77.4
TSC
THR
Operation Not Recommended
77.9
4.9
126.2
77.9
4.7
125.3
77.8
4.6
124.6
77.3
5.3
126.7
77.8
5.0
126.5
77.9
4.9
126.2
76.2
5.7
126.2
77.0
5.4
126.6
77.3
5.2
126.7
74.8
6.3
124.9
75.8
5.9
125.9
76.3
5.7
126.2
73.1
6.9
123.1
74.3
6.5
124.4
74.9
6.2
125.0
71.1
7.6
120.9
72.5
7.1
122.4
73.1
6.9
123.2
70.0
8.0
119.6
71.4
7.5
121.3
72.1
7.2
122.0
68.9
8.4
118.4
70.4
7.9
120.1
71.1
7.6
120.9
66.6
9.3
115.7
68.1
8.7
117.5
68.9
8.4
118.3
64.0
10.4
113.1
65.7
9.7
114.8
66.5
9.4
115.6
61.2
11.5
110.6
63.0
10.8
112.2
63.8
10.4
113.0
LEGEND
See below
COP —
EER —
EWT —
GPM —
HC
—
kW
—
LAT —
MBtuh —
TC
—
THA —
THR —
TSC —
kW
Coefficient of Performance
Energy Efficiency Ratio
Entering Water Temperature
Gallons Per Minute
Heating Capacity
Total Power (Kilowatts)
Leaving Air Temperature
Btuh in Thousands
Total Capacity (MBtuh)
Total Heat of Absorption (MBtuh)
Total Heat of Rejection (MBtuh)
Total Sensible Capacity (MBtuh)
HEATING CAPACITY
EER
22.4
23.3
23.7
20.7
21.9
22.5
18.7
20.1
20.8
16.5
18.0
18.8
14.5
15.9
16.6
12.5
13.8
14.5
11.6
12.8
13.5
10.6
11.8
12.5
9.0
10.0
10.6
7.5
8.4
8.9
6.2
7.0
7.4
TC
kW
THA
LAT
COP
67.1
73.6
76.9
78.7
84.8
89.0
91.4
96.7
101.9
104.7
108.8
114.9
118.2
121.0
127.7
131.3
132.8
139.8
143.5
138.3
145.3
148.8
143.9
150.8
154.2
6.60
6.73
6.79
6.83
6.95
7.03
7.07
7.17
7.27
7.32
7.40
7.51
7.58
7.63
7.76
7.83
7.86
8.01
8.09
7.98
8.13
8.21
8.10
8.25
8.34
44.6
50.7
53.7
55.4
61.1
65.1
67.3
72.2
77.1
79.8
83.6
89.3
92.4
95.0
101.2
104.6
106.0
112.5
115.9
111.1
117.5
120.8
116.2
122.6
125.7
87.4
89.3
90.2
90.7
92.5
93.7
94.4
95.9
97.4
98.2
99.4
101.2
102.1
102.9
104.9
105.9
106.3
108.4
109.4
107.9
109.9
111.0
109.5
111.5
112.5
3.0
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.6
3.7
3.8
4.0
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.5
4.6
4.6
4.8
4.9
5.0
5.1
5.2
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.2
5.4
5.4
Operation Not Recommended
NOTES:
1. Interpolation is permissible, extrapolation is not.
2. All entering air conditions are 80 F db (dry bulb) and 67 F wb (wet bulb) in
cooling and 70 F db in heating.
3. AHRI/ISO certified conditions are 80.6 F db and 66.2 F wb in cooling and
68 F db in heating.
4. Table does not reflect fan or pump power corrections for AHRI/ISO conditions.
5. All performance data is based upon the lower voltage of dual voltage rated
units.
6. Performance stated is at the rated power supply. Performance may vary as
the power supply varies from the rated voltage.
7. Operation below 60 F EWT requires optional insulated water circuit.
8. Operation below 40 F EWT is based upon 15% methanol antifreeze solution.
9. See Correction Factor tables for operating conditions other than those listed
above.
10. Performance capacities shown in MBtuh.
OPERATION IN SHADED AREAS
For operation in the shaded area when water is used in lieu of an anti-freeze solution, the LWT (Leaving Water Temperature) must be calculated. Flow must be
maintained to a level such that the LWT is maintained above 42 F [5.6 C] when
operating in the standard range. This is due to the potential of the refrigerant temperature being as low as 32 F [0° C] with 40 F [4.4 C] LWT, which may lead to a
nuisance cutout due to the activation of the Low Temperature Protection.
Example:
At 50 F EWT (Entering Water Temperature) and 15 gpm, a 50HQP072 unit has a
THA of 57,800 Btuh. To calculate LWT, rearrange the formula for THA as follows:
THA = TD x GPM x 500, where THA = Total Heat of Absoption (Btuh); TD = temperature difference (EWT - LWT) and GPM = U.S. Gallons per Minute.
TD = THA / (GPM x 500)
TD = 57,800 / (15 x 500)
TD = 8 F
LWT = EWT - TD
LWT = 50 - 8 = 42 F
In this example, a higher flow rate will be required for EWTs at or below 50 F without antifreeze.
15
Performance data (cont)
50HQP120
4000 CFM NOMINAL AIRFLOW
EWT (F)
GPM
20
30
15
23
30
15
23
30
15
23
30
15
23
30
15
23
30
15
23
30
15
23
30
15
23
30
15
23
30
15
23
30
15
23
30
30
40
50
60
70
80
85
90
100
110
120
PRESSURE DROP
FT
WG
16.0
36.9
4.0
9.2
8.6
19.9
14.5
33.4
3.5
8.0
7.7
17.8
13.0
30.0
3.2
7.4
7.2
16.6
12.2
28.3
2.4
5.5
5.8
13.4
10.2
23.6
2.2
5.1
5.5
12.7
9.8
22.6
2.1
4.7
5.2
12.0
9.4
21.7
2.0
4.6
5.1
11.9
9.3
21.5
2.0
4.5
5.1
11.7
9.2
21.2
1.9
4.3
4.9
11.4
9.0
20.8
1.8
4.1
4.8
11.1
8.8
20.4
1.7
3.9
4.7
10.8
8.6
19.9
PSI
COOLING CAPACITY
TC
141.5
140.4
139.2
140.6
141.5
141.5
137.4
139.9
140.8
132.6
136.2
137.7
126.6
130.9
133.0
119.9
124.6
126.9
116.4
121.1
123.5
113.0
117.7
120.1
106.0
110.6
112.9
99.6
103.7
105.9
94.2
97.5
99.4
TSC
Coefficient of Performance
Energy Efficiency Ratio
Entering Water Temperature
Gallons Per Minute
Heating Capacity
Total Power (Kilowatts)
Leaving Air Temperature
Btuh in Thousands
Total Capacity (MBtuh)
Total Heat of Absorption (MBtuh)
Total Heat of Rejection (MBtuh)
Total Sensible Capacity (MBtuh)
OPERATION IN SHADED AREAS
For operation in the shaded area when water is used in lieu of an anti-freeze solution, the LWT (Leaving Water Temperature) must be calculated. Flow must be
maintained to a level such that the LWT is maintained above 42 F [5.6 C] when
operating in the standard range. This is due to the potential of the refrigerant temperature being as low as 32 F [0° C] with 40 F [4.4 C] LWT, which may lead to a
nuisance cutout due to the activation of the Low Temperature Protection.
Example:
At 50 F EWT (Entering Water Temperature) and 15 gpm, a 50HQP072 unit has a
THA of 57,800 Btuh. To calculate LWT, rearrange the formula for THA as follows:
THA = TD x GPM x 500, where THA = Total Heat of Absoption (Btuh); TD = temperature difference (EWT - LWT) and GPM = U.S. Gallons per Minute.
TD = THA / (GPM x 500)
TD = 57,800 / (15 x 500)
TD = 8 F
LWT = EWT - TD
LWT = 50 - 8 = 42 F
In this example, a higher flow rate will be required for EWTs at or below 50 F without antifreeze.
16
THR
Operation Not Recommended
98.1
6.6
163.9
98.2
6.3
162.0
98.0
6.2
160.5
97.2
7.0
164.4
98.0
6.7
164.2
98.2
6.5
163.7
95.6
7.5
163.0
96.8
7.1
164.1
97.3
6.9
164.4
93.5
8.1
160.3
95.0
7.7
162.4
95.8
7.5
163.2
90.9
8.9
156.9
92.8
8.3
159.4
93.6
8.1
160.6
88.0
9.7
153.1
90.0
9.1
155.7
91.0
8.8
157.1
86.5
10.2
151.2
88.5
9.6
153.8
89.6
9.3
155.1
85.0
10.7
149.3
87.0
10.0
151.8
88.1
9.7
153.2
11.7
146.0
81.8
83.9
11.0
148.1
84.9
10.7
149.3
78.9
12.9
143.6
80.8
12.1
145.0
81.8
11.8
145.9
76.5
14.2
142.6
78.0
13.4
143.1
78.8
13.0
143.5
LEGEND
See below
COP —
EER —
EWT —
GPM —
HC
—
kW
—
LAT —
MBtuh —
TC
—
THA —
THR —
TSC —
kW
HEATING CAPACITY
EER
21.6
22.2
22.4
20.1
21.3
21.7
18.3
19.7
20.3
16.3
17.7
18.5
14.3
15.7
16.4
12.3
13.7
14.4
11.5
12.7
13.4
10.6
11.8
12.4
9.0
10.0
10.6
7.7
8.6
9.0
6.6
7.3
7.7
TC
kW
THA
LAT
COP
91.8
99.2
103.3
105.6
112.5
117.8
120.8
126.8
133.3
136.9
141.7
149.3
153.6
156.8
165.6
170.4
172.0
181.6
186.9
179.5
189.4
194.8
187.0
197.2
202.7
9.0
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.9
10.0
10.1
10.2
10.4
10.5
10.5
10.7
10.8
10.9
11.1
11.2
11.0
11.3
11.4
11.2
11.5
11.6
61.1
67.8
71.6
73.7
80.1
84.9
87.6
93.2
99.2
102.5
106.9
114.0
117.9
120.9
129.0
133.4
135.0
143.8
148.6
141.9
151.0
155.8
148.7
158.1
163.1
89.2
90.9
91.9
92.4
94.0
95.2
95.9
97.3
98.8
99.6
100.7
102.5
103.5
104.2
106.2
107.3
107.7
110.0
111.2
109.5
111.7
113.0
111.2
113.5
114.8
3.0
3.2
3.3
3.3
3.5
3.6
3.6
3.8
3.9
4.0
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.6
4.8
4.9
4.8
4.9
5.0
4.9
5.0
5.1
Operation Not Recommended
NOTES:
1. Interpolation is permissible, extrapolation is not.
2. All entering air conditions are 80 F db (dry bulb) and 67 F wb (wet bulb) in
cooling and 70 F db in heating.
3. AHRI/ISO certified conditions are 80.6 F db and 66.2 F wb in cooling and
68 F db in heating.
4. Table does not reflect fan or pump power corrections for AHRI/ISO conditions.
5. All performance data is based upon the lower voltage of dual voltage rated
units.
6. Performance stated is at the rated power supply. Performance may vary as
the power supply varies from the rated voltage.
7. Operation below 60 F EWT requires optional insulated water circuit.
8. Operation below 40 F EWT is based upon 15% methanol antifreeze solution.
9. See Correction Factor tables for operating conditions other than those listed
above.
10. Performance capacities shown in MBtuh.
50HQP072 BLOWER DATA
RATED
CFM
1800
1900
2000
2100
2200
2300
2400
2500
2600
2700
2800
2900
3000
—
BHP
ESP
RPM
A
B
C
D
E
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
0.0
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
0.33
B
531
4.5
0.37
B
552
4
0.42
B
573
3.5
0.48
B
604
3
0.52
B
620
2.5
0.56
B
635
2.5
0.61
B
655
2
0.66
B
670
1.5
0.71
A
685
5
0.79
A
710
4.5
0.1
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
0.31
B
568
4.5
0.38
B
583
3.5
0.40
B
599
3
0.47
B
620
2.5
0.52
B
645
2
0.57
B
660
1.5
0.61
A
675
5
0.66
A
695
4.5
0.72
A
710
4.5
0.77
A
725
4
0.84
A
745
4
0.2
0.28
B
599
3
0.31
B
604
3
0.34
B
615
2.5
0.42
B
630
2
0.45
B
645
2
0.51
B
660
1.5
0.57
A
690
5
0.61
A
700
4.5
0.66
A
715
4.5
0.71
A
730
4
0.77
A
750
3.5
0.82
A
765
3.5
0.90
A
780
3
0.3
0.32
B
645
2
0.36
B
655
2
0.39
B
660
1.5
0.46
A
670
5
0.49
A
685
5
0.56
A
705
4.5
0.61
A
730
4
0.66
A
740
4
0.70
A
750
3.5
0.76
A
770
3.5
0.83
A
785
3
0.87
A
795
3
0.95
A
815
2.5
0.4
0.35
B
690
1
0.40
A
695
5
0.45
A
705
4.5
0.50
A
715
4.5
0.55
A
730
4
0.60
A
745
4
0.66
A
765
3.5
0.72
A
780
3
0.76
A
790
3
0.82
A
805
2.5
0.88
A
815
2.5
0.93
A
830
2
1.01
A
850
2
0.5
0.39
A
735
4
0.44
A
740
4
0.50
A
750
3.5
0.54
A
755
3.5
0.60
A
770
3
0.65
A
785
3
0.72
A
805
2.5
0.78
A
815
2.5
0.82
A
825
2
0.87
A
840
2
0.93
A
850
1.5
0.98
A
860
1.5
1.07
D
885
1
EXTERNAL STATIC PRESSURE (in. wg)
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.0
0.42
0.45
0.48
0.52
0.56
A
A
A
A
A
775
815
850
885
910
3.5
2.5
2
1.5
1
0.49
0.53
2.50
0.62
0.65
A
A
A
A
C
780
820
855
890
920
3
2.5
2
1.5
5.5
0.54
0.59
0.63
0.67
0.72
A
A
A
A
C
785
825
860
895
930
3
2.5
1.5
1
5
0.59
0.65
0.70
0.74
0.78
A
A
A
A
C
795
835
875
905
940
2.5
2
1.5
1
5
0.65
0.70
0.75
0.79
0.83
A
A
A
C
C
810
850
885
915
950
2.5
2
1.5
5.5
4.5
0.70
0.75
0.80
0.84
0.89
A
A
A
C
C
820
860
895
925
960
2.5
1.5
1
5
4.5
0.78
0.83
0.87
0.92
0.97
A
A
A
C
C
845
880
910
945
975
2
1.5
1
5
4
0.83
0.89
0.94
1.00
1.03
A
A
C
E
E
850
885
920
950
985
2
1.5
5.5
4.5
4
0.88
0.93
0.98
1.04
1.08
A
A
C
E
E
860
895
925
960
990
1.5
1
5
4.5
4
0.93
0.98
1.04
1.10
1.15
A
A
E
E
E
875
905
940
970
1000
1.5
1
5
4.5
3.5
0.99
1.05
1.11
1.16
1.22
A
D
E
E
E
885
915
950
980
1010
1.5
1
4.5
4
3.5
1.04
1.10
1.16
1.22
1.30
D
E
E
E
E
895
925
955
985
1020
1
5
4.5
4
3.5
1.13
1.19
1.25
1.31
1.38
D
E
E
E
E
915
945
975
1005
1035
1
5
4
3.5
3
LEGEND
Operation Not Recommended
Brake Horsepower
External Static Pressure
Revolutions Per Minute
Units with Standard Static/Standard Motor Option
Units with Low Static/Standard Motor Option
Units with High Static/Standard Motor Option
Units with Standard Static/Large Motor Option
Units with High Static/Large Motor Option
NOTES:
1. Units factory shipped with standard static sheave and drive at 2.5 turns open
(2400 cfm at 0.5 in. wg ESP Wet Coil). Other speeds require field selection.
1.1
0.60
C
940
5
0.69
C
950
4.5
0.75
C
960
4.5
0.81
C
970
4
0.87
C
980
4
0.94
C
990
4
1.02
E
1010
3.5
1.08
E
1015
3.5
1.14
E
1020
3.5
1.21
E
1030
3
1.30
E
1040
3
1.36
E
1045
3
1.46
E
1065
2.5
1.2
0.64
C
965
4.5
0.73
C
980
4
0.79
C
990
4
0.85
C
1000
4
0.92
C
1010
3.5
1.00
E
1020
3.5
1.07
E
1035
3
1.14
E
1045
3
1.20
E
1050
3
1.27
E
1060
2.5
1.37
E
1070
2.5
1.43
E
1075
2.5
1.52
E
1090
2
1.3
0.69
C
995
4
0.76
C
1005
3.5
0.82
C
1015
3.5
0.89
C
1025
3
0.96
C
1040
3
1.05
E
1050
3
1.13
E
1065
2.5
1.20
E
1075
2.5
1.26
E
1080
2.5
1.33
E
1090
2
1.44
E
1100
2
1.50
E
1105
1.5
1.59
E
1120
1.5
1.4
0.72
C
1015
3.5
0.80
C
1030
3
0.86
C
1040
3
0.94
C
1055
2.5
1.00
E
1065
2.5
1.10
E
1075
2.5
1.19
E
1095
2
1.25
E
1100
2
1.32
E
1110
1.5
1.39
E
1120
1.5
1.51
E
1130
1.5
1.57
E
1135
1
1.66
E
1150
1
1.5
0.76
C
1040
3
0.84
C
1055
3
0.90
C
1065
2.5
0.98
C
1080
2.5
1.04
E
1090
2
1.16
E
1105
2
1.25
E
1125
1.5
1.31
E
1130
1.5
1.37
E
1135
1.5
1.45
E
1145
1
1.57
E
1155
1
1.63
E
1160
1
—
—
—
—
2. AHRI/ISO rating point with standard static sheave and drive at 3.5 turns open
(2400 cfm at 0.5 in. wg ESP Wet Coil). Other speeds require field selection.
3. For applications requiring higher static pressures, contact your local
representative.
4. Based on standard 12x12 blower.
5. Performance data does not include drive losses and is based on sea level
conditions.
6. All airflow is rated at lowest voltage if unit is dual voltage rated, i.e., 208 V for
208-230 V units.
7. For wet coil performance first calculate the face velocity of the air coil (Face
Velocity [fpm] = Airflow [cfm] / Face Area [sq ft]). Then for velocities of
200 fpm reduce the static capability by 0.03 in. wg, 300 fpm by 0.08 in. wg,
400 fpm by 0.12 in. wg and 500 fpm by 0.16 in. wg.
8. Large motor size is 2 hp for 50HQP072.
17
Performance data (cont)
50HQP096 BLOWER DATA
RATED
CFM
2400
2500
2600
2700
2800
2900
3000
3100
3200
3300
3400
3500
3600
3700
3800
3900
4000
—
BHP
ESP
RPM
A
B
C
D
E
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
0.0
0.45
B
578
5
0.5
B
599
4.5
0.55
B
625
4
0.6
B
645
3.5
0.65
B
665
3
0.71
B
685
2.5
0.78
B
700
2.5
0.85
B
720
2
0.93
B
740
1.5
1.01
B
755
1
1.08
A
765
6
1.16
A
780
5.5
1.24
A
795
5.5
1.34
A
820
5
1.43
A
840
4.5
1.58
A
865
4
1.68
A
885
4
0.1
0.5
B
625
4
0.55
B
645
3.5
0.6
B
665
3
0.65
B
685
2.5
0.71
B
705
2.5
0.76
B
720
2
0.84
B
740
1.5
0.91
B
755
1
1
A
775
5.5
1.08
A
790
5.5
1.15
A
800
5
1.23
A
815
5
1.3
A
825
4.5
1.4
A
850
4.5
1.49
A
870
4
1.64
A
890
4
1.75
A
910
3.5
0.2
0.54
B
665
3
0.59
B
685
2.5
0.65
B
705
2.5
0.7
B
725
2
0.76
B
745
1.5
0.82
A
760
6
0.89
A
775
5.5
0.96
A
790
5.5
1.07
A
810
5
1.14
A
820
5
1.22
A
835
4.5
1.29
A
845
4.5
1.37
A
860
4
1.46
A
880
3.5
1.56
A
900
3.5
1.71
A
920
3
1.83
A
940
2.5
0.3
0.59
B
705
2.5
0.64
B
725
2
0.69
B
740
1.5
0.75
A
760
6
0.82
A
780
5.5
0.87
A
795
5.5
0.95
A
810
5
1.02
A
825
4.5
1.14
A
845
4.5
1.21
A
855
4
1.29
A
870
4
1.36
A
880
3.5
1.44
A
890
3.5
1.53
A
910
3
1.63
A
930
3
1.78
A
950
2.5
1.92
A
970
2.5
0.4
0.63
B
745
1.5
0.69
A
765
6
0.75
A
780
5.5
0.8
A
795
5.5
0.87
A
810
5
0.92
A
825
5
1
A
845
4.5
1.08
A
860
4
1.2
A
875
4
1.28
A
890
3.5
1.35
A
900
3.5
1.42
A
910
3
1.51
A
920
3
1.61
A
940
2.5
1.7
A
960
2.5
1.85
A
980
2
2
D
1000
2
0.5
0.69
A
785
5.5
0.75
A
800
5
0.8
A
815
5
0.86
A
830
4.5
0.93
A
845
4.5
0.98
A
860
4
1.06
A
880
4
1.14
A
890
3.5
1.26
A
905
3.5
1.33
A
915
3
1.41
A
930
3
1.48
A
940
2.5
1.58
A
950
2.5
1.68
A
970
2
1.78
A
990
2
1.93
A
1010
1.5
2.08
D
1025
1
EXTERNAL STATIC PRESSURE (in. wg)
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.0
0.74
0.8
0.85
0.9
0.94
A
A
A
A
A
820
860
895
925
960
5
4
3.5
3
2.5
0.81
0.88
0.92
0.97
1.01
A
A
A
A
A
835
875
905
940
970
4.5
4
3.5
3
2.5
0.86
0.92
0.97
1.02
1.08
A
A
A
A
A
850
885
920
950
985
4.5
3.5
3
2.5
2
0.91
0.97
1.02
1.08
1.14
A
A
A
A
A
865
900
930
960
995
4
3.5
3
2.5
2
0.98
1.04
1.1
1.16
1.21
A
A
A
A
A
880
910
945
975
1005
4
3
2.5
2
1.5
1.03
1.09
1.16
1.22
1.29
A
A
A
A
A
890
920
955
985
1015
3.5
3
2.5
2
1.5
1.12
1.18
1.24
1.3
1.37
A
A
A
A
A
910
940
970
1000
1030
3.5
2.5
2
1.5
1
1.22
1.29
1.36
1.44
1.5
A
A
A
A
A
925
955
985
1015
1040
3
2.5
2
1.5
1
1.32
1.38
1.44
1.51
1.57
A
A
A
A
C
935
965
995
1025
1050
3
2
1.5
1
4.5
1.39
1.45
1.51
1.58
1.64
A
A
A
A
C
945
975
1005
1035
1060
2.5
2
1.5
1
4
1.47
1.53
1.59
1.68
1.75
A
A
A
A
C
960
990
1015
1045
1070
2.5
2
1.5
1
4
1.54
1.6
1.66
1.73
1.79
A
A
A
C
C
970
1000
1025
1055
1080
2
1.5
1
4.5
4
1.65
1.72
1.78
1.86
1.92
A
A
A
C
C
980
1010
1035
1065
1090
2
1.5
1
4
3.5
1.75
1.82
1.9
1.97
2.06
A
A
C
C
E
1000
1025
1055
1080
1110
1.5
1
4.5
4
3.5
1.86
1.94
2.02
2.12
2.2
A
A
E
E
E
1020
1045
1070
1100
1125
1.5
1
4
3.5
3
2.01
2.09
2.19
2.27
2.35
D
D
E
E
E
1035
1060
1090
1115
1140
1
1
4
3.5
3
2.16
2.26
2.34
2.42
2.5
D
E
E
E
E
1050
1080
1105
1130
1155
1
4
3.5
3
2.5
LEGEND
Operation Not Recommended
Brake Horsepower
External Static Pressure
Revolutions Per Minute
Units with Standard Static/Standard Motor Option
Units with Low Static/Standard Motor Option
Units with High Static/Standard Motor Option
Units with Standard Static/Large Motor Option
Units with High Static/Large Motor Option
NOTES:
1. Units factory shipped with standard static sheave and drive at 2.5 turns open
(3200 cfm at 0.6 in. wg ESP Wet Coil). Other speeds require field selection.
18
1.1
0.99
A
990
2
1.06
A
1005
2
1.13
A
1015
1.5
1.2
A
1025
1.5
1.28
A
1035
1
1.36
A
1045
1
1.43
C
1055
4.5
1.57
C
1070
4
1.64
C
1080
4
1.72
C
1090
3.5
1.83
C
1100
3.5
1.85
C
1105
3.5
1.98
C
1115
3
2.13
E
1135
3
2.28
E
1150
2.5
2.41
E
1160
2.5
2.56
E
1175
2
1.2
1.04
A
1020
1.5
1.12
A
1035
1
1.19
A
1045
1
1.26
C
1055
4.5
1.36
C
1065
4
1.43
C
1075
4
1.5
C
1085
3.5
1.63
C
1095
3.5
1.7
C
1105
3.5
1.78
C
1115
3
1.9
C
1125
3
1.92
C
1130
3
2.06
E
1145
2.5
2.21
E
1160
2.5
2.34
E
1170
2.5
2.49
E
1185
2
2.64
E
1200
2
1.3
1.1
A
1050
1
1.17
C
1060
4.5
1.25
C
1075
4
1.32
C
1085
4
1.43
C
1095
3.5
1.5
C
1105
3.5
1.58
C
1115
3.5
1.7
C
1125
3
1.78
C
1135
3
1.84
C
1140
3
1.96
C
1150
2.5
2.01
E
1160
2.5
2.13
E
1165
2.5
2.28
E
1180
2
2.42
E
1195
2
2.57
E
1210
1.5
2.72
E
1225
1.5
1.4
1.16
C
1080
4
1.23
C
1090
3.5
1.3
C
1100
3.5
1.38
C
1115
3.5
1.5
C
1125
3
1.57
C
1135
3
1.64
C
1140
3
1.76
C
1150
2.5
1.85
C
1160
2.5
1.93
C
1170
2.5
2.02
E
1175
2
2.09
E
1185
2
2.21
E
1190
2
2.36
E
1205
1.5
2.5
E
1220
1.5
2.65
E
1235
1.5
2.8
E
1250
1
1.5
1.22
C
1110
3.5
1.29
C
1120
3
1.36
C
1130
3
1.44
C
1140
3
1.56
C
1150
2.5
1.63
C
1160
2.5
1.71
C
1170
2.5
1.82
C
1175
2
1.92
C
1185
2
2
E
1195
2
2.08
E
1200
2
2.17
E
1210
1.5
2.29
E
1215
1.5
2.44
E
1230
1.5
2.58
E
1245
1
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
2. AHRI/ISO rating point with standard static sheave and drive at 3.5 turns
open (3200 cfm at 0.4 in. wg ESP Wet Coil). Other speeds require field
selection.
3. For applications requiring higher static pressures, contact your local
representative.
4. Based on standard 12x12 blower.
5. Performance data does not include drive losses and is based on sea level
conditions.
6. All airflow is rated at lowest voltage if unit is dual voltage rated, i.e., 208 v for
208-230 v units.
7. For wet coil performance first calculate the face velocity of the air coil (Face
Velocity [fpm] = Airflow [cfm] / Face Area [sq ft]). Then for velocities of
200 fpm reduce the static capability by 0.03 in. wg, 300 fpm by 0.08 in. wg,
400 fpm by 0.12 in. wg and 500 fpm by 0.16 in. wg.
8. Large motor size is 3 hp for 50HQP096.
50HQP120 BLOWER DATA
RATED
CFM
3000
3100
3200
3300
3400
3500
3600
3700
3800
3900
4000
4100
4200
4300
4400
4500
— —
BHP —
ESP —
RPM —
A
—
B
—
C
—
D
—
E
—
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
0.0
0.75
B
680
5
0.82
B
700
4.5
0.9
B
720
4
0.98
B
740
4
1.06
B
755
3.5
1.14
B
770
3
1.23
B
790
3
1.32
B
810
2.5
1.41
B
830
2
1.54
B
850
2
1.63
A
865
6
1.73
A
885
6
1.87
A
905
5.5
2
A
930
5
2.14
A
950
4.5
2.3
A
970
4.5
0.1
0.81
B
720
4
0.88
B
735
4
0.96
B
755
3.5
1.04
B
770
3
1.13
B
790
3
1.21
B
805
2.5
1.29
B
820
2.5
1.38
B
840
2
1.47
B
860
1.5
1.6
A
875
6
1.71
A
895
5.5
1.81
A
915
5.5
1.94
A
935
5
2.07
A
955
4.5
2.22
A
975
4
2.38
A
995
4
0.2
0.86
B
755
3.5
0.94
B
775
3
1.03
B
790
3
1.11
B
805
2.5
1.19
B
820
2.5
1.27
B
835
2
1.36
B
855
1.5
1.44
A
870
6
1.54
A
890
5.5
1.67
A
905
5.5
1.78
A
920
5
1.9
A
945
4.5
2.02
A
965
4.5
2.16
A
985
4
2.32
A
1005
3.5
2.46
A
1020
3.5
0.3
0.91
B
790
3
0.99
B
805
2.5
1.1
B
825
2
1.18
B
840
2
1.26
B
855
1.5
1.34
A
870
6
1.42
A
885
6
1.51
A
900
5.5
1.61
A
920
5
1.74
A
935
5
1.86
A
950
4.5
1.97
A
970
4
2.08
A
990
4
2.23
A
1010
3.5
2.4
A
1030
3
2.54
A
1045
3
0.4
0.97
B
825
2.5
1.04
B
840
2
1.17
B
860
1.5
1.25
A
875
6
1.33
A
890
6
1.4
A
900
5.5
1.5
A
915
5.5
1.58
A
930
5
1.68
A
950
4.5
1.82
A
965
4.5
1.94
A
980
4
2.05
A
1000
4
2.16
A
1020
3.5
2.31
A
1035
3
2.48
A
1055
3
2.62
A
1070
2.5
0.5
1.03
B
860
1.5
1.1
A
875
6
1.23
A
890
5.5
1.31
A
905
5.5
1.38
A
915
5
1.46
A
930
5
1.57
A
945
4.5
1.65
A
960
4.5
1.75
A
980
4
1.89
A
995
3.5
2.03
A
1010
3.5
2.12
A
1025
3
2.24
A
1045
3
2.41
A
1065
2.5
2.56
A
1080
2.5
2.72
A
1100
2
EXTERNAL STATIC PRESSURE (in. wg)
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.0
1.09
1.15
1.21
1.27
1.34
A
A
A
A
A
895
925
955
985
1015
5.5
5
4.5
4
3.5
1.17
1.26
1.33
1.4
1.46
A
A
A
A
A
905
940
970
1000
1025
5.5
4.5
4.5
3.5
3
1.29
1.35
1.41
1.47
1.55
A
A
A
A
A
920
950
980
1010
1040
5
4.5
4
3.5
3
1.37
1.43
1.49
1.55
1.62
A
A
A
A
A
935
965
995
1020
1050
5
4
4
3
2.5
1.44
1.5
1.56
1.65
1.72
A
A
A
A
A
945
975
1005
1035
1060
4.5
4
3.5
3
2.5
1.52
1.58
1.65
1.71
1.77
A
A
A
A
A
960
990
1020
1045
1070
4.5
3.5
3.5
3
2.5
1.64
1.71
1.77
1.84
1.9
A
A
A
A
A
975
1005
1030
1060
1085
4
3.5
3
2.5
2
1.73
1.81
1.88
1.96
2.03
A
A
A
A
A
990
1020
1045
1075
1100
4
3
3
2.5
2
1.82
1.91
1.99
2.07
2.17
A
A
A
A
A
1005
1035
1060
1085
1115
3.5
3
2.5
2
1.5
1.96
2.04
2.14
2.22
2.3
A
A
A
A
A
1020
1045
1075
1100
1125
3
2.5
2.5
2
1.5
2.11
2.19
2.27
2.37
2.45
A
A
A
A
A
1035
1060
1085
1115
1140
3
2.5
2
1.5
1
2.2
2.27
2.34
2.42
2.52
A
A
A
A
A
1055
1080
1105
1130
1155
2.5
2
2
1.5
1
2.32
2.4
2.48
2.58
2.68
A
A
A
A
C
1070
1095
1120
1145
1170
2.5
2
1.5
1
3.5
2.49
2.57
2.66
2.74
2.84
A
A
A
C
C
1090
1115
1140
1160
1185
2
1.5
1.5
4
3.5
2.65
2.74
2.82
2.92
3
A
A
A
C
E
1110
1135
1155
1180
1200
2
1.5
1
4
3
2.8
2.88
3
3.08
3.16
A
A
D
E
E
1125
1145
1170
1195
1215
1.5
1.5
1
3.5
3
LEGEND
Operation Not Recommended
Brake Horsepower
External Static Pressure
Revolutions Per Minute
Units with Standard Static/Standard Motor Option
Units with Low Static/Standard Motor Option
Units with High Static/Standard Motor Option
Units with Standard Static/Large Motor Option
Units with High Static/Large Motor Option
NOTES:
1. Units factory shipped at AHRI/ISO setting with standard static
sheave and drive at 2.5 turns open (4000 cfm at 0.5 in. wg ESP).
Other speeds require field selection.
1.1
1.41
A
1045
3
1.53
A
1055
3
1.61
A
1065
2.5
1.68
A
1075
2.5
1.8
A
1090
2
1.84
A
1100
2
1.96
A
1110
1.5
2.1
A
1125
1.5
2.25
A
1140
1
2.38
A
1150
1
2.51
A
1160
1
2.62
C
1180
3.5
2.76
C
1190
3.5
2.94
C
1210
3
3.1
E
1225
3
3.26
E
1240
2.5
1.2
1.47
A
1070
2.5
1.59
A
1080
2.5
1.68
A
1095
2
1.75
A
1105
2
1.87
A
1115
1.5
1.9
A
1125
1.5
2.05
A
1140
1.5
2.18
A
1150
1
2.31
A
1160
1
2.46
C
1175
3.5
2.59
C
1185
3.5
2.7
C
1200
3
2.86
C
1215
3
3.02
E
1230
2.5
3.18
E
1245
2.5
—
—
—
—
1.3
1.54
A
1100
2
1.66
A
1110
2
1.74
A
1120
1.5
1.81
A
1130
1.5
1.94
A
1140
1
1.98
A
1150
1
2.13
C
1165
4
2.26
C
1175
3.5
2.39
C
1185
3.5
2.52
C
1195
3
2.67
C
1210
3
2.8
C
1225
2.5
2.96
C
1240
2.5
3.15
E
1255
2
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1.4
1.61
A
1130
1.5
1.72
A
1135
1.5
1.81
A
1145
1
1.88
A
1155
1
2
C
1165
4
2.06
C
1175
3.5
2.21
C
1190
3.5
2.34
C
1200
3
2.47
C
1210
3
2.6
C
1220
2.5
2.75
C
1235
2.5
2.9
C
1250
2
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1.5
1.67
A
1155
1
1.8
C
1165
4
1.89
C
1175
3.5
1.95
C
1180
3.5
2.06
C
1190
3
2.14
C
1200
3
2.27
C
1210
3
2.42
C
1225
2.5
2.55
C
1235
2.5
2.68
C
1245
2
2.85
C
1260
2
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
2. For applications requiring higher static pressures, contact your
local representative.
3. Based on standard 12x12 blower.
4. Performance data does not include drive losses and is based on
sea level conditions.
5. All airflow is rated at lowest voltage if unit is dual voltage rated, i.e.,
208 v for 208-230 v units.
6. For wet coil performance first calculate the face velocity of the air
coil (Face Velocity [fpm] = Airflow [cfm] / Face Area [sq ft]). Then
for velocities of 200 fpm reduce the static capability by 0.03 in. wg,
300 fpm by 0.08 in. wg, 400 fpm by 0.12 in. wg and 500 fpm by
0.16 in. wg.
7. Large motor size is 3 hp for 50HQP120.
19
Performance data (cont)
50HQP120 BLOWER DATA
RATED
CFM
4600
4700
4800
4900
5000
— —
BHP —
ESP —
RPM —
A
—
B
—
C
—
D
—
E
—
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
BHP
Motor Type
RPM
Turns Open
0.0
2.39
A
980
4
2.46
A
985
4
2.57
A
990
4
2.68
A
995
3.5
2.82
A
1005
3.5
0.1
2.45
A
1000
3.5
2.52
A
1005
3.5
2.64
A
1010
3.5
2.78
A
1020
3
2.92
A
1030
3
0.2
2.54
A
1025
3.5
2.62
A
1030
3
2.74
A
1035
3
2.88
A
1045
3
3
D
1050
2.5
0.3
2.63
A
1050
3
2.72
A
1055
2.5
2.84
A
1060
2.5
3
D
1070
2.5
3.1
D
1075
2
0.4
2.72
A
1075
2.5
2.82
A
1080
2
2.94
A
1085
2
3.06
D
1090
1.5
3.2
D
1100
1.5
0.5
2.83
A
1105
2
2.92
A
1105
1.5
3.04
D
1110
1.5
3.16
D
1115
1.5
3.28
D
1120
1
EXTERNAL STATIC PRESSURE (in. wg)
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.0
2.92
3
3.1
3.18
3.28
A
D
D
E
E
1130
1150
1175
1195
1220
1.5
1
1
3.5
3
3.02
3.12
3.22
3.32
3.4
D
D
E
E
E
1130
1155
1180
1205
1225
1.5
1
4
3.5
2.5
3.14
3.24
3.32
3.42
3.52
D
D
E
E
E
1135
1160
1180
1205
1230
1
1
3.5
3
2.5
3.26
3.36
3.44
3.54
3.64
D
E
E
E
E
1140
1165
1185
1210
1235
1
4
3.5
3
2.5
3.38
3.48
3.56
3.66
3.74
D
E
E
E
E
1145
1170
1190
1215
1235
1
3.5
3
2.5
2
LEGEND
Operation Not Recommended
Brake Horsepower
External Static Pressure
Revolutions Per Minute
Units with Standard Static/Standard Motor Option
Units with Low Static/Standard Motor Option
Units with High Static/Standard Motor Option
Units with Standard Static/Large Motor Option
Units with High Static/Large Motor Option
NOTES:
1. Units factory shipped at AHRI/ISO setting with standard static
sheave and drive at 2.5 turns open (4000 cfm at 0.5 in. wg ESP).
Other speeds require field selection.
20
1.1
3.38
E
1245
2.5
3.5
E
1250
2.5
3.6
E
1250
2
3.75
E
1255
2
—
—
—
—
1.2
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1.3
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1.4
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1.5
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
2. For applications requiring higher static pressures, contact your
local representative.
3. Based on standard 12x12 blower.
4. Performance data does not include drive losses and is based on
sea level conditions.
5. All airflow is rated at lowest voltage if unit is dual voltage rated, i.e.,
208 v for 208-230 v units.
6. For wet coil performance first calculate the face velocity of the air
coil (Face Velocity [fpm] = Airflow [cfm] / Face Area [sq ft]). Then
for velocities of 200 fpm reduce the static capability by 0.03 in. wg,
300 fpm by 0.08 in. wg, 400 fpm by 0.12 in. wg and 500 fpm by
0.16 in. wg.
7. Large motor size is 3 hp for 50HQP120.
Electrical data
50HQP072-120 (STANDARD UNITS)
UNIT
50HQP
VOLTAGE
RANGE
VOLTAGE
(3 Ph-60 Hz)
208/230
072
096
120
Min
Max
187
254
460
414
506
575
518
633
208/230
197
254
460
414
506
575
518
633
208/230
197
254
460
414
506
575
518
633
BLOWER
MOTOR
FACTORYINSTALLED
OPTION
Standard
Large
Standard
Large
Standard
Large
Standard
Large
Standard
Large
Standard
Large
Standard
Large
Standard
Large
Standard
Large
FAN
MOTOR
COMPRESSOR
Qty
RLA
LRA
HP
FLA
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
10.4
10.4
5.8
5.8
3.8
3.8
13.7
13.7
6.2
6.2
4.8
4.8
15.6
15.6
7.8
7.8
5.8
5.8
73.0
73.0
38.0
38.0
36.5
36.5
83.1
83.1
41.0
41.0
33.0
33.0
110.0
110.0
52.0
52.0
38.9
38.9
1.5
2.0
1.5
2.0
1.5
2.0
2.0
3.0
2.0
3.0
2.0
3.0
2.0
3.0
2.0
3.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
6.2
2.0
3.1
1.4
2.3
6.2
9.2
3.1
4.3
2.3
3.4
9.2
14.1
4.3
7.0
3.4
5.2
TOTAL
FLA
MCA
MOCP*
24.8
26.8
13.2
14.5
8.8
10.0
33.4
35.9
15.3
16.5
12.0
12.8
39.7
45.0
19.7
22.1
14.8
16.8
26.6
29.4
14.7
16.0
9.7
10.9
36.8
39.3
16.8
18.0
13.2
14.0
43.6
48.9
21.7
24.1
16.3
18.3
35
35
20
20
15
15
50
50
20
20
15
15
50
60
25
30
20
20
50HQP072-120 (DUAL POINT UNITS)
UNIT
50HQP
072
096
120
FLA
HACR
LRA
MCA
MOCP
RLA
—
—
—
—
—
—
VOLTAGE
(3 Ph-60 Hz)
VOLTAGE
RANGE
Min
Max
208/230
197
254
460
414
506
575
518
633
208/230
197
254
460
414
506
575
518
633
208/230
197
254
460
414
506
575
518
633
BLOWER
MOTOR
FACTORYINSTALLED
OPTION
Standard
Large
Standard
Large
Standard
Large
Standard
Large
Standard
Large
Standard
Large
Standard
Large
Standard
Large
Standard
Large
COMPRESSOR
Qty
RLA
LRA
TOTAL
FLA
MCA
MOCP*
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
10.4
10.4
5.8
5.8
3.8
3.8
13.7
13.7
6.2
6.2
4.8
4.8
15.6
15.6
7.8
7.8
5.8
5.8
73.0
73.0
38.0
38.0
36.5
36.5
83.1
83.1
41.0
41.0
33.0
33.0
110.0
110.0
52.0
52.0
38.9
38.9
20.8
20.8
11.6
11.6
7.6
7.6
27.4
27.4
12.4
12.4
9.6
9.6
31.2
31.2
15.6
15.6
11.6
11.6
23.4
23.4
13.1
13.1
8.6
8.6
30.8
30.8
13.9
13.9
10.8
10.8
35.1
35.1
17.6
17.6
13.1
13.1
30
30
15
15
15
15
40
40
20
20
15
15
50
50
25
25
15
15
EMERGENCY
POWER SUPPLY
FAN
FAN
FAN
MOTOR
MCA
MOCP
FLA
3.2
4.0
15
6.0
7.5
15
1.6
2.0
15
2.9
3.6
15
1.2
1.5
15
2.4
3.0
15
6.0
7.5
15
8.5
10.6
15
2.9
3.6
15
4.1
5.1
15
2.4
3.0
15
3.2
4.0
15
8.5
10.6
15
13.8
17.3
30
4.1
5.1
15
6.5
8.1
15
3.2
4.0
15
5.2
6.5
15
LEGEND
Full Load Amps
Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration
Locked Rotor Amps
Minimum Circuit Amps
Minimum Over Current Protection
Rated Load Amps
*Time-delay fuse or HACR circuit breaker.
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Typical control wiring schematics
50HQP072-120 WITH COMPLETE C CONTROL (TYPICAL)
COMPLETE C
COMPLETE C
COMPLETE C
COMPLETE C
COMPLETE C
COMPLETE C
a50-8812
LEGEND
AL
BC
CB
CC
CO
FP1
FP2
HP
HPWR
HPWS
LOC
PDB
RVS
TRANS
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Alarm Relay
Blower Contactor
Circuit Breaker
Compressor Contactor
Sensor, Condensate Overflow
Sensor, Water Coil Freeze Protection
Sensor, Air Coil Freeze Protection
High-Pressure Switch
High-Pressure Water Relay
High-Pressure Water Switch
Loss of Charge Pressure Switch
Power Distribution Block
Reversing Valve Solenoid
Transformer
Factory Line Voltage Wiring
Factory Low Voltage Wiring
Field Line Voltage Wiring
Field Low Voltage Wiring
Printed Circuit Trace
Optional Wiring
Ground
Relay/Contactor Coil
Relay Contacts - N.C.
Relay Contacts - N.O.
Temperature Switch
Thermistor
Switch - Low Pressure
Condensate Pan
Circuit Breaker
NOTES:
1. Compressor and blower motor thermally protected internally.
2. All wiring to the unit must comply with NEC (National Electrical
Code) and local codes.
3. 208/230-v transformers will be connected for 208-v operation. For
230-v operation, disconnect RED lead at L3, and attach ORG
lead to L3. Close open end of RED lead. 380/420-v transformer
will be connected for 380-v operation. For 420-v operation, disconnect VIO leat at L3 and attach BRN lead to L3. Close open
end of VIO lead.
4. FPI thermistor provides freeze protection for WATER. When using
ANTIFREEZE solutions, cut JW3 jumper.
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Solenoid Coil
Switch - High Pressure
Wire Nut
5. Typical heat pump thermostat wiring shown. Refer to thermostat
installation instructions for wiring to the unit. Thermostat wiring
must be “Class 1” and voltage rating equal to or greater than unit
supply voltage.
6. 24-v alarm signal shown. For dry alarm contact, cut JW1 jumper
and dry contact will be available between AL1 and AL2.
7. Transformer secondary ground via Complete C or Deluxe D
board standoffs and screws to control box. (Ground available
from top two standoffs as shown.)
8. Suffix 1 designates association with lead compressor. Suffix 2
with lag compressor.
9. For dual point power (DPP) option, blower wire will connect to
other PBD.
See legend and notes on page 22.
DELUXE D
DELUXE D
50HQP072-120 WITH DELUXE D CONTROL (TYPICAL)
A50-8813
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DELUXE D
DELUXE D
Typical control wiring schematics (cont)
50HQP UNITS WITH COMPLETE C AND LON CONTROLLER
A50-8814
COMPLETE C
COMPLETE C
COMPLETE C
COMPLETE C
COMPLETE C
COMPLETE C
50HQP UNITS WITH COMPLETE C AND WSHP OPEN CONTROLLER
COMPLETE C
COMPLETE C
COMPLETE C
COMPLETE C
COMPLETE C 1 AND COMPLETE C 2
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COMPLETE C
50HQP UNITS WITH DELUXE D AND LON CONTROLLER
DELUXE D
DELUXE D
DELUXE D
DELUXE D
DELUXE D
DELUXE D
A50-8815
50HQP UNITS WITH DELUXE D AND WSHP OPEN CONTROLLER
DELUXE D
DELUXE D
DELUXE D
DELUXE D
DELUXE D
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Typical control wiring schematics (cont)
PREMIERLINK™ CONTROLLER APPLICATIONS WITH COMPLETE C CONTROL
COMPLETE
C
CONTROL
PREMIER
LINK
PWR
Y
HS1/EXH/RVS
W
CR
CR
O
G
R
LEGEND
CR — Control Relay
LWT — Leaving Water Temperature Sensor
SAT — Supply Air Temperature Sensor
SPT — Space Temperature Sensor
NOTE: Reversing valve is on in Cooling
mode.
C
CMP1
FAN
AL2
PWR
J1
J8
AL1
A
J5
J6
CMPSAFE
S
P
T
J4
L
W
T
S
A
T
PREMIERLINK CONTROLLER APPLICATIONS WITH DELUXE D CONTROL
PREMIER
LINK
PWR
DELUXE
D
CONTROL
Y1
HS2
Y2
HS1
LEGEND
LWT — Leaving Water Temperature Sensor
SAT — Supply Air Temperature Sensor
SPT — Space Temperature Sensor
NOTE: Reversing valve is on in Cooling
mode.
W1
O/W2
CMP2
G
CMP1
FAN
C
PWR
J1
J8
R
J5
J6
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S
A
T
L
W
T
J4
CMPSAFE
S
P
T
AL1
Application data
Aquazone™ water source heat pump products are available
in a flexible, efficient array of models, which can be used in
all types of water loop, ground water, and ground loop
type systems. Utilize Aquazone products to provide optimal energy efficient solutions and adapt to the most challenging design requirements.
Water loop system
Water loop (or boiler/tower) system applications typically
include a number of units plumbed to a common piping
system. For optimal performance, this system should be
designed between 2.25 and 3 gpm per ton of cooling capacity. The system is comprised of highly efficient packaged reverse cycle heat pump units interconnected by a
water loop. The water circuit serves as both a sink and
source for heat absorption and rejection and is designed
for entering water temperatures between 60 F and 90 F.
Within this temperature range units can heat or cool as required from the same water source. Transferring heat from
warm to cold spaces in the building, whenever they coexist, conserves energy rather than creating new heat.
Refer to the Carrier Water Source Heat Pump System Design Guide for assistance with the design of water
loop systems. The guide includes a practical approach for
the latest and most current design recommendations
including:
• Product application including horizontal, vertical, console, rooftop and water-to-water applications.
• Ventilation methods and system design including energy
recovery.
• Acoustical considerations for different product types.
• Addressing indoor air quality (IAQ) issues such as condensate removal, humidity control.
• Air distribution design including diffuser selection/
layout and ductwork design.
• Hydronic system design including pipe sizing/layout
and boiler/tower sizing.
• Control configurations such as stand alone, DDC, DCV,
and VVT® controls.
• WSHP Efficiency/Operational Cost Comparison chart.
• System variations such as a system without a boiler,
variable pumping, and VAV for interior use.
Ground water systems
To utilize Aquazone units in ground water applications, extended range should be specified. This will provide factoryinstalled insulation on the coaxial coil to prevent condensate from dripping when entering water temperatures are
below 60 F. In addition, the copper coaxial coil installed on
the Aquazone units may not be suitable for all water conditions. Refer to the Water Conditioning section for proper
coaxial coil material selection.
Surface water system — This system is typically located
near a lake or pond. In this application, the loop can be
submerged in a series of coils beneath the water surface.
The number of coils required depends on system load and
design. This application requires minimum piping and
excavation.
Open loop system — This system is used where ground
water is plentiful. In this application, ground water is
pumped through supply piping from the well to the building.
The water is then pumped back into the ground through a
discharge well as it leaves the building. An additional heat
exchanger is usually installed between the building water
piping system and the ground water piping system. This design limits the amount of piping and excavation required.
Aquazone units are provided with a standard TXV and
are rated to extremely low temperatures to self-adjust the
refrigeration circuit, therefore water regulating valves are
not required on open loop systems. To conserve water on
this type of system, a slow opening/closing solenoid valve
is recommended.
Ground loop systems
There are many commonly specified designs for ground
loop applications. Typical designs include vertical loops
and horizontal loops. In some applications, water is piped
from the ground or lake directly to the water source heat
pump. Piping is limited to the amount of pipe required to
get the water from the source to the unit.
NOTE: When utilizing Aquazone water source heat pumps
in ground loop systems, refer to design considerations in
the ground water system section.
Horizontal ground loop — This system is used when
adequate space is available and trenching can be easily accomplished. A series of parallel pipes are laid out in trenches 3 to 6 feet below the ground surface, and then backfilled. Often, multiple pipes are used to maximize the heat
transfer capability of each trench. The amount of pipe and
the size of the ground loop field are based on ground
conditions, heating, and cooling requirements of the application and system design.
Vertical ground loop — This system is used in vertical
borehole applications. This design is well suited for retrofit
applications when space is limited or where landscaping is
already complete and minimum disruption of the site is desired. The vertical ground loop system contains a single
loop of pipe inserted into a hole. The hole is back-filled and
grouted after the pipe is inserted. The completed loop is
concealed below ground. The number of loops required depends on ground conditions, heating and cooling requirements, and the depth of each hole.
Hybrid systems — In some applications, it may be beneficial to incorporate a cooling tower into the ground loop
system to reduce the overall cost. A hybrid system discards
excess heat into the air and increases the cooling performance of the ground loop.
Condensate drainage
Venting — Condensate lines should be properly vented to
prevent fan pressure from causing water to hang up in the
piping. Condensate lines should be pitched to assure full
drainage of condensate under all load conditions. Chemical
treatment should be provided to remove algae in the condensate pans and drains in geographical areas that are
conducive to algae growth.
Trapping — Condensate trapping is an essential necessity
on every water source heat pump unit. A trap is provided
to prevent the backflow of moisture from the condensate
pan and into the fan intake or downstream into the mechanical system. The water seal or the length of the trap
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Application data (cont)
depends on the positive or negative pressure on the drain
pan. As a rule of thumb, the water seal should be sized for
1 in. for every 1 in. of negative pressure on the unit. The
water seal is the distance from the bottom of the unit condensate piping connection to the bottom of the condensate
drain line run-out piping. Therefore, the trap size should be
double the water seal dimension.
Units should be sloped toward the drain at a 1/4 in. per
foot pitch. If it is not possible to meet the pitch requirement, a condensate pump should be designed and installed
at the unit to pump condensate to a building drain. Horizontal units are not internally trapped; therefore an external trap is necessary. Each unit must be installed with its
own individual trap and means to flush or blowout the condensate drain. The design of a common trap or vent for
multiple units is not acceptable. The condensate piping
system should not be designed with a pipe size smaller than
the drain connection pipe size.
Water conditioning
In some applications, maintaining proper water quality
may require the use of higher corrosion protection for
the water-to-refrigerant heat exchanger. Water quality varies from location to location and is unique for each job.
Water characteristics such as pH value, alkalinity, hardness, and specific conductance are of importance when
considering any WSHP application. Water typically includes impurities and hardness that must be removed.
The required treatment will depend on the water quality
as well as type of system. Water problems fall into three
main categories:
1. Scale formation caused by hard water reduces the
heat transfer rate and increases the water pressure
drop through the heat exchanger. As water is heated,
minerals and salts are precipitated from a solution
and deposited on the inside surface of the pipe or
tube.
2. Corrosion is caused by absorption of gases from the
air coupled with water on exposed metal. Corrosion
is also common in salt-water areas.
3. Organic growths such as algae can reduce the heat
transfer rate by forming an insulating coating on the
inside tube surface. Algae can also promote corrosion
by pitting.
NOTE: In most commercial water loop applications, Aquazone™ WSHP units use copper water-to-refrigerant heat
exchanger. Units can also be equipped with a cupronickel
heat exchanger for applications where water is outside the
standard contaminant limits for a copper heat exchanger.
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WATER QUALITY GUIDELINES
CONDITION
pH
ACCEPTABLE LEVEL
7 to 9 range for copper. Cupronickel may be used
in the 5 to 9 range.
Calcium and magnesium carbonate should not
Total Hardness exceed 20 grains per gallon (350 ppm).
Iron Oxides
Less than 1 ppm.
Iron Bacteria
No level allowable.
Corrosion*
Max Allowable
Coaxial
Level
Metal
Ammonia,
0.5
ppm
Cu
Ammonium Hydroxide
Ammonium Chloride,
0.5
ppm
Cu
Ammonium Nitrate
Ammonium Sulfate
0.5 ppm
Cu
Chlorine/Chlorides
0.5 ppm
CuNi
Hydrogen Sulfide†
None Allowable
—
Brackish
Use cupronickel heat exchanger when concentrations
of calcium or sodium chloride are greater than 125 ppm
are present. (Seawater is approximately 25,000 ppm.)
*If the concentration of these corrosives exceeds the maximum allowable
level, then the potential for serious corrosion problems exists.
†Sulfides in the water quickly oxidize when exposed to air, requiring that no
agitation occur as the sample is taken. Unless tested immediately at the
site, the sample will require stabilization with a few drops of one Molar zinc
acetate solution, allowing accurate sulfide determination up to 24 hours
after sampling. A low pH and high alkalinity cause system problems, even
when both values are within ranges shown. The term pH refers to the acidity, basicity, or neutrality of the water supply. Below 7.0, the water is considered to be acidic. Above 7.0, water is considered to be basic. Neutral water
contains a pH of 7.0.
NOTE: To convert ppm to grains per gallon, divide by 17. Hardness in mg/l is
equivalent to ppm.
Acoustical design
Sound power levels represent the sound as it is produced
by the source, the WSHP unit, with no regard to attenuation between the source and the space. Acoustical design
goals are necessary to provide criteria for occupied spaces
where people can be comfortable and communicate effectively over the background noise of the air-conditioning
system and other background noise sources.
Acoustical design goals are desirable sound pressure levels within a given conditioned space and are represented
by noise criteria (NC) curves. Noise criteria curve levels represent a peak over a full spectrum of frequencies. A high
value in a low frequency band has the same effect on NC
level as a lower value in a high frequency band. It is important that sound levels be balanced over the entire spectrum
relative to the NC curve. The lower the NC criteria curve,
the more stringent the room acoustical design must be to
meet the design goals.
It is important to know how to convert NC levels
from the unit ratings in terms of sound power (Lw). This
conversion depends on the specifics of the acoustical environment of the installation. The resulting calculations are
compared to the NC curve selected for the area to assess
the acoustical design.
Some of the factors that affect conversion of sound
power to sound pressure and consequent NC level include:
• Type of acoustical ceiling
• Use of metal or flex duct
• Absorption in the occupied space
• Location in the occupied space
• Open or closed layout plan
• Use of open or ducted returns
• Orientation of unit to occupant
• Use of lined or unlined duct
OCTAVE BAND SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL (Lp)
ASSOCIATED WITH NC CURVES
NOISE
CRITERIA
CURVES
NC-15
NC-20
NC-25
NC-30
NC-35
NC-40
NC-45
NC-50
NC-55
NC-60
NC-65
OCTAVE BAND SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL (Lp)
Frequency (Hz)
63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000
49
36
26
17
17
14
12
11
52
41
33
27
22
19
17
16
54
45
38
31
27
24
22
21
58
49
41
36
31
29
28
27
61
53
45
40
36
34
33
32
64
57
50
45
41
39
38
37
67
61
54
49
46
44
43
42
71
64
58
54
51
49
48
47
74
68
63
58
56
54
53
52
77
71
67
63
61
59
58
57
80
75
71
68
66
64
63
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WSHP sound control
The analysis of the projected sound level in the conditioned
space caused by a WSHP unit located in a ceiling plenum is
quite involved. The key is to have good sound power ratings (Lw) in dB on the equipment to determine the sound
attenuation effect of the ductwork, ceiling and room. In
combination with utilizing standard Aquazone™ equipment
attenuating features or the advanced mute package features, suggestions for horizontal and vertical unit sound design are provided to design around the WSHP units.
Use the following guidelines for layout of Aquazone horizontal units to minimize noise:
1. Obtain sound power ratings in accordance with latest
standards from manufacturers to select quietest
equipment.
2. Do not locate units over a space with a required NC
of 40 or less. Instead, locate units above less sensitive
noise areas such as above or in equipment rooms,
utility closets, restrooms, storage rooms, or above
corridors.
3. Provide at least 10 feet between WSHP units to avoid
the additive effect of two noise sources.
4. Provide an acoustical pad underneath the WSHP unit
in applications where the unit must be mounted
above noise sensitive areas such as private offices or
conference rooms. The pad attenuates radiated noise.
Be sure the pad has an area at least twice that of the
WSHP footprint.
5. Maximize the installed height above the suspended
ceiling.
6. Be sure the WSHP unit is located at least 6 feet away
from any ceiling return grille to prevent line-of-sight
casing noise to reach the space below.
7. Suspend the WSHP unit from the ceiling with hangers that utilize spring or neoprene type isolators to
reduce vibration transmission.
8. Utilize flexible electrical connections to the WSHP
unit. DO NOT USE NOT RIGID CONNECTIONS.
9. Utilize flexible loop water and condensate piping connections to the WSHP unit.
10. Use a canvas duct connector to connect the WSHP
discharge to the downstream duct system. This
reduces vibration-induced noise.
11. Provide acoustic interior lining for the first 20 feet of
discharge duct, or until the first elbow is reached. The
elbow prevents line-of-sight sound transmission in the
discharge duct.
12. Provide turning vanes in ductwork elbows and tees to
reduce air turbulence.
13. Size the sheet metal supply duct with velocities no
greater than 1000 fpm.
14. Ensure ductwork is rigid.
15. Use round duct whenever possible to further reduce
noise.
16. Allow at least 3 equivalent duct diameters of straight
duct upstream and downstream of the unit before
allowing any fittings, transitions, etc.
17. Seal all penetrations around duct entering the space.
18. Provide a 4-ft runout duct made of flexible material to
connect a diffuser to the supply trunk duct. The flex
duct provides an “attenuating end-effect” and reduces
duct-transmitted sound before it reaches the space.
Typically a 6 dB sound reduction can be accomplished with the use of flex duct.
19. Locate the runout duct balancing damper as far away
from the outlet diffuser as possible. Locating the
balancing damper at the trunk duct exit is the best
location.
20. If return air is drawn through a ceiling plenum, provide an acoustically lined return duct elbow or “L”
shaped boot at the WSHP to eliminate line-of-sight
noise into the ceiling cavity and possible through ceiling return air grilles. Face the elbow or boot away
from the nearest adjacent WSHP unit to prevent additive noise.
21. Do not hang suspended ceiling from the ductwork.
OPERATING LIMITS
50HQP UNITS
AIR LIMITS
Min. Ambient Air
Rated Ambient Air
Max. Ambient Air
Min. Ent. Air
Normal Entering Air db/wb
Max. Entering Air db/wb
WATER LIMITS
Min. Entering Water
Normal Entering Water
Max. Entering Water
COOLING (F)
45
80
100
50
75/63-80/67
110/83
HEATING (F)
45
70
85
40
70
80
*30
40-90
110
45 (*20)
40-90
90
LEGEND
db — Dry Bulb
wb — Wet Bulb
*With antifreeze, optional extended range insulation and low temperature cutout jumper clipped for antifreeze.
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Application data (cont)
Solenoid valves
Freeze protection
In applications using variable flow pumping, solenoid
valves can be field installed and operated from the control
board in the Aquazone™ WSHP unit. The valves offer 3.5
watt coil, 24 volt, 50/60 Hz, 740 amps inrush, and .312
amp holding. Valves operate slowly for quiet system application. A two-way motorized water control valve can be
provided for applications involving open type systems or
variable speed pumping. This valve will slowly open and
close in conjunction with the compressor operation to shut
off or turn on water to the unit. It is a 24 vac slow closing,
normally closed valve equipped with an end switch providing quiet operation. Two sizes are available (11/4 and 11/2
in. diameter). A motorized water control valve performance includes coefficient of velocity (Cv) of 19 (sizes 072
and 096) and Cv of 37 (size 120) with a maximum operating pressure differential (MOPD) of 150 psi and rated at
400 psig.
Applications where systems are exposed to outdoor
temperatures below freezing (32 F) must be protected from
freezing. The most common method of protecting water
systems from freezing is adding glycol concentrations into
the water. Design care should be used when selecting both
the type and concentrations of glycol utilized due to the
following:
• Equipment and performance may suffer with high concentrations of glycol and other antifreeze solutions
• Loss of piping pressure may increase greatly, resulting
in higher pumping costs
• Higher viscosity of the mixture may cause excess corrosion and wear on the entire system
• Acidity of the water may be greatly increased, promoting corrosion
• Glycol promotes galvanic corrosion in systems of dissimilar metals. The result is corrosion of one metal by
the other, causing leaks.
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Controls
WSHP Open sequence of operation
The WSHP Open multi-protocol controller will control mechanical cooling, heating and waterside economizer outputs based on its own space temperature input and set
points. An optional CO2 IAQ (indoor air quality) sensor
mounted in the space can maximize the occupant comfort.
The WSHP Open controller has its own hardware clock
that is automatically set when the heat pump software is
downloaded to the board. Occupancy types are described
in the scheduling section below. The following sections describe the functionality of the WSHP Open multi-protocol
controller. All point objects referred to in this sequence of
operation will be referenced to the objects as viewed in the
BACview6 handheld user interface.
Scheduling — Scheduling is used to start/stop the unit
based on a time period to control the space temperature to
specified occupied heating and cooling set points. The
controller is defaulted to control by occupied set points all
the time, until either a time schedule is configured with
BACview6, Field Assistant, i-Vu® Open, or a third party
control system to enable/disable the BAS (Building Automation System) on/off point. The local time and date must
be set for these functions to operate properly. The occupancy source can be changed to one of the following:
Occupancy schedules — The controller will be occupied
24/7 until a time schedule has been configured using either Field Assistant, i-Vu Open, BACview6 or a third party
control system to enable/disable the BAS on/off point.
The BAS point can be disabled by going to Config, then
Unit, then Occupancy Schedules and changing the point
from enable to disable then clicking OK.
NOTE: This point must be enabled in order for the i-Vu
Open, Field Assistant, or BACview6 control system to assign a time schedule to the controller.
Schedule_schedule — The unit will operate according to
the schedule configured and stored in the unit. The schedule is accessible via the BACview6 handheld tool, i-Vu
Open, or Field Assistant control system. The daily schedule
consists of a start/stop time (standard or 24-hour mode)
and seven days of the week, starting with Monday and
ending on Sunday. To enter a daily schedule, navigate to
Config, then Sched, then enter BACview6 Admin Password (1111), then go to schedule_schedule. From here,
enter either a Weekly or Exception schedule for the unit.
Occupancy input contact (option) — If configured for remote occupancy control (default), the WSHP Open controller has the capability to use an external dry contact closure to determine the occupancy status of the unit. The
Occupancy Schedules will need to be disabled in order to
utilize the occupancy contact input. The control will cause
the unit to go into occupied mode whenever the abnormal
input is sensed. After the input returns to its normal state,
the unit will stay in the occupied mode for the configured
Occ Override Delay period (15 minutes default).
NOTE: Scheduling can only be controlled from one
source.
BAS (Building Automation System) on/off — A BAS
system that supports network scheduling can control the
unit through a network communication and the BAS
scheduling function once the Occupancy Schedules have
been disabled.
NOTE: Scheduling can only be controlled from one
source.
Global occupancy scheduling — The WSHP Open controller has the capability to read the occupancy status from another unit so that a group of WSHP Open controllers can
be controlled from a single occupancy schedule. The local
occupancy schedules must be disabled in order to utilize the
global occupancy input.
NOTE: Scheduling can only be controlled from one
source.
BACnet network occupancy input — The WSHP Open
controller has the capability to accept an external BACnet
binary network input for occupancy control. This function
is only compatible with units used in BACnet systems. The
BACnet network input point “System Occupancy" is configured to locate the device and point name where the external occupancy point information resides. Also occupancy schedules must be disabled in order to utilize this input.
NOTE: Scheduling can only be controlled from one
source.
Fire/smoke detector input — The WSHP Open controller has the capability to read the status of a normally
closed (NC) fire/smoke detector contact input to determine
if a fire or smoke detector alarm is present. If the controller
determines an alarm condition is present, all heating, cooling and the fan are disabled. The normal state of the switch
is factory set to normally closed and cannot be changed.
Shutdown input — The WSHP Open controller has a
shutdown input (software point) which when set to its 'Active' mode will cause the WSHP to safely shut down in a
controlled fashion. Heating and cooling will be disabled after any minimum runtime conditions expire and the fan will
be disabled after the fan off timer expires. All alarms are
reset but any active alarm will remain active. After the shutdown input transitions from 'Active' mode to 'Inactive', the
WSHP Open controller will restart after the configured
power fail restart delay expires.
Indoor fan — The indoor fan will operate in any one of
three modes depending on the user configuration selected.
Fan mode can be selected as Auto, Continuous, or Always On. In Auto mode, the fan is in intermittent operation during both occupied and unoccupied periods. Continuous fan mode is intermittent during unoccupied periods
and continuous during occupied periods. Always On mode
operates the fan continuously during both occupied and
unoccupied periods. In the default mode, Continuous, the
fan will be turned on whenever any one of the following is
true:
• The unit is in occupied mode as determined by its occupancy status.
• There is a demand for cooling or heating in the unoccupied mode.
• There is a call for dehumidification (optional).
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Controls (cont)
When power is reapplied after a power outage, there
will be a configured time delay of 5 to 600 seconds before
starting the fan. There are also configured fan delays for
Fan On and Fan Off. The Fan On delay defines the delay
time (0 to 30 seconds; default 10) before the fan begins to
operate after heating or cooling is started while the Fan Off
delay defines the delay time (0 to 180 seconds; default 45)
the fan will continue to operate after heating or cooling is
stopped. The fan will continue to run as long as the compressors, heating stages, or the dehumidification relays are
on. If the space temperature (SPT) failure alarm or condensate overflow alarm is active; the fan will be shut down immediately regardless of occupancy state or demand.
Automatic fan speed control — The WSHP OPEN is capable of controlling up to three fan speeds using the ECM
(electronically commutated motor). The motor will operate
at the lowest speed possible to provide quiet and efficient
fan operation with the best latent capability. The motor will
increase speed if additional cooling or heating is required
to obtain the desired space temperature set point. The
control increases the motor's speed as the space temperature rises above the cooling or below the heating set point.
The amount of space temperature increase above or below
the set point required to increase the fan speed is user configurable in the set point. Also, the control will increase the
fan speed as the supply-air temperature (SAT) approaches
the configured minimum or maximum limits.
Fan speed control (during heating) — Whenever heat is required and active, the control continuously monitors the
supply-air temperature to verify it does not rise above the
configured maximum heating SAT limit (110 F default). As
the SAT approaches this value, the control will increase the
fan speed as required to ensure the SAT will remain within
the limit. This feature provides the most quiet and efficient
operation by operating the fan at the lowest speed
possible.
Fan speed control (during cooling) — Whenever mechanical cooling is required and active, the control continuously
monitors the supply-air temperature to verify it does not
fall below the configured minimum cooling SAT limit (50 F
default). As the SAT approaches this value, the control will
increase the fan speed as required to ensure the SAT will
remain within the limit. The fan will operate at lowest
speed to maximize latent capacity during cooling.
Fan status (Option) — An optional input can be configured as either an occupancy input contact or a fan status
input. If configured as fan status, the controller will compare the status of the fan to the desired commanded state.
Whenever the fan is commanded to run (ON), the fan status will be checked and verified to match the commanded
state. If the fan status is not on, then a fan status alarm will
be generated after 1 minute and the equipment's compressor(s) and auxiliary heat will be disabled and the optional
OA damper will close.
Cooling — The WSHP Open controller will operate one
or two stages of compression to maintain the desired cooling set point. The compressor outputs are controlled by
the PI (proportional-integral) cooling loop and cooling stages capacity algorithm. They will be used to calculate the desired number of stages needed to satisfy the space by
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comparing the space temperature (SPT) to the appropriate
cooling set point. The water side economizer, if applicable,
will be used for first stage cooling in addition to the compressor(s). The following conditions must be true in order
for the cooling algorithm to run:
• Cooling is set to Enable.
• The fire/smoke input and shutdown modes are inactive.
• Heating mode is not active and the compressor time
guard has expired.
• Condensate overflow input is normal.
• If occupied, the SPT is greater than the occupied cooling set point.
• Space temperature reading is valid.
• If unoccupied, the SPT is greater than the unoccupied
cooling set point.
• If economizer cooling is available and active and the
economizer alone is insufficient to provide enough
cooling.
• OAT (if available) is greater than the cooling lockout
temperature.
• Condenser water pump is on (if condenser water linkage is active).
If all the above conditions are met, the compressors will
be energized as required, otherwise they will be deenergized. If cooling is active and should the SAT approach the
minimum SAT limit, the fan will be indexed to the next
higher speed. Should this be insufficient and if the SAT falls
further (equal to the minimum SAT limit), the fan will be indexed to the maximum speed. If the SAT continues to fall
5° F below the minimum SAT limit, all cooling stages will
be disabled.
During Cooling mode, the reversing valve output will be
held in the cooling position (either B or O type as configured) even after the compressor is stopped. The valve will
not switch position until the Heating mode is required.
The configuration screens contain the minimum SAT
parameter as well as cooling lockout based on outdoor-air
temperature (OAT). Both can be adjusted to meet various
specifications.
There is a 5-minute off time for the compressor as well
as a 5-minute time delay when staging up to allow the SAT
to achieve a stable temperature before energizing a second
stage of capacity. Likewise, a 45-second delay is used
when staging down.
After a compressor is staged off, it may be restarted
again after a normal time-guard period of 5 minutes and if
the supply-air temperature has increased above the minimum supply-air temperature limit.
The WSHP Open controller provides a status input to
monitor the compressor operation. The status is monitored to determine if the compressor status matches the
commanded state. This input is used to determine if a refrigerant safety switch or other safety device has tripped
and caused the compressor to stop operating normally. If
this should occur, an alarm will be generated to indicate the
faulted compressor condition.
Reverse cycle heating — The WSHP Open controller
will operate one or two stages of compression to maintain
the desired heating set point. The compressor outputs are
controlled by the heating PI (proportional-integral) loop
and heating stages capacity algorithm. They will be used
to calculate the desired number of stages needed to satisfy
the space by comparing the space temperature (SPT) to
the appropriate heating set point. The following conditions must be true in order for the heating algorithm to run:
• Heating is set to Enable.
• The fire/smoke input and shutdown modes are inactive.
• Cooling mode is not active and the compressor time
guard has expired.
• Condensate overflow input is normal.
• Fan Status is true (if option is enabled)
• If occupied, the SPT is less than the occupied heating
set point.
• Space temperature reading is valid.
• If unoccupied, the SPT is less than the unoccupied heating set point.
• OAT (if available) is less than the heating lockout
temperature.
• Condenser water pump is on (if condenser water linkage is active).
If all the above conditions are met, the heating outputs
will be energized as required, otherwise they will be deenergized. If the heating is active and should the SAT approach
the maximum SAT limit, the fan will be indexed to the next
higher speed. Should this be insufficient, and the SAT rises
further reaching the maximum heating SAT limit, the fan
will be indexed to the maximum speed. If the SAT still continues to rise 5° F above the maximum limit, all heating
stages will be disabled.
During Heating mode, the reversing valve output will be
held in the heating position (either B or O type as configured) even after the compressor is stopped. The valve will
not switch position until the Cooling mode is required.
The configuration screens contain the maximum SAT
parameter as well as heating lockout based on outdoor-air
temperature (OAT); both can be adjusted to meet various
specifications.
There is a 5-minute off time for the compressor as well
as a 5-minute time delay when staging up to allow the SAT
to achieve a stable temperature before energizing a second
stage of capacity. Likewise, a 45-second delay is used
when staging down.
After a compressor is staged off, it may be restarted
again after a normal time-guard period of 5 minutes and if
the supply-air temperature has fallen below the maximum
supply air temperature limit.
The WSHP Open controller provides a status input to
monitor the compressor operation. The status is monitored to determine if the compressor status matches the
commanded state. This input is used to determine if a refrigerant safety switch or other safety device has tripped
and caused the compressor to stop operating normally. If
this should occur, an alarm will be generated to indicate the
faulted compressor condition. Also, if auxiliary heat is
available (see below), the auxiliary heat will operate to replace the reverse cycle heating and maintain the space
temperature as required.
Auxiliary heat — The WSHP Open controller can control a two-position, modulating water, or steam valve connected to a coil on the discharge side of the unit and supplied by a boiler or a single-stage ducted electric heater in
order to maintain the desired heating set point. Should the
compressor capacity be insufficient or a compressor failure
occurs, the auxiliary heat will be used. Unless the compressor fails, the auxiliary heat will only operate to supplement
the heat provided by the compressor if the space temperature falls more than one degree below the desired heating
set point (the amount is configurable). The heat will be controlled so the SAT will not exceed the maximum heating
SAT limit.
The same conditions required for reverse cycle heating
must be true in order for the auxiliary heat algorithm to
run.
Auxiliary modulating hot water/steam heating reheat —
The control can modulate a hot water or steam valve
connected to a coil on the discharge side of the unit and
supplied by a boiler in order to maintain the desired heating set point should the compressor capacity be insufficient
or a compressor failure occurs. Unless a compressor fault
condition exists, the valve will only operate to supplement
the heat provided by the compressor if the temperature
falls more than one degree below the desired heating set
point. The valve will be controlled so the SAT will not exceed the maximum heating SAT limit.
Two-position hot water/steam heating reheat — The control can operate a two-position, normally open (NO) or
normally closed (NC), hot water or steam valve connected
to a coil on the discharge side of the unit and supplied by a
boiler in order to maintain the desired heating set point
should the compressor capacity be insufficient or a compressor failure occurs. Unless a compressor fault condition
exists, the valve will only open to supplement the heat provided by the compressor if the space temperature falls
more than one degree below the desired heating set point.
The valve will be controlled so the SAT will not exceed the
maximum heating SAT limit. The heat stage will also be
subject to a 2-minute minimum OFF time to prevent excessive valve cycling.
Single stage electric auxiliary heat — The control can operate a field-installed single stage of electric heat installed on
the discharge side of the unit in order to maintain the desired heating set point should the compressor capacity be
insufficient or a compressor failure occurs. Unless a compressor fault condition exists, the heat stage will only operate to supplement the heat provided by the compressor if
the space temperature falls more than one degree below
the desired heating set point. The heat stage will be controlled so the SAT will not exceed the maximum heating
SAT limit. The heat stage will also be subject to a 2-minute
minimum OFF time to prevent excessive cycling.
Indoor air quality (IAQ) and demand controlled ventilation (DCV) — If the optional indoor air quality sensor
is installed or the network input “System Space AQ” is utilized, the WSHP Open controller can maintain indoor air
quality via a modulating OA damper providing demand
controlled ventilation. The control operates the modulating
OA damper during occupied periods. The control monitors
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the CO2 level and compares it to the configured set points,
adjusting the ventilation rate as required. The control provides proportional ventilation to meet the requirements of
ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and
Air Conditioning Engineers) specifications by providing a
base ventilation rate and then increasing the rate as the
CO2 level increases. The control will begin to proportionally increase ventilation when the CO2 level rises above the
start ventilation set point and will reach the full ventilation
rate when the CO2 level is at or above the maximum set
point. A user-configurable minimum damper position ensures that proper base ventilation is delivered when occupants are not present. The IAQ configurations can be accessed through the configuration screen. The following
conditions must be true in order for this algorithm to run:
• Damper control is configured for DCV.
• The fire/smoke input and shutdown modes are inactive.
• Fan status is true (if option is enabled).
• The unit is in an occupied mode.
• The IAQ sensor reading is greater than the DCV start
control set point.
The control has four user adjustable set points: DCV
start control set point, DCV maximum control set point,
minimum damper position, and DCV maximum damper
position.
NOTE: In order for the damper to maintain proper base
ventilation, the fan must be configured to operate as a ventilation damper, the fan must be configured to operate in
either Continuous or Always On mode.
Two-position OA damper — The control can be configured to operate a ventilation damper in a two-position ventilation mode to provide the minimum ventilation requirements during occupied periods.
Dehumidifcation — The WSHP Open controller will
provide occupied and unoccupied dehumidification only on
units that are equipped with the modulating hot water reheat option (HWR). This function requires an accessory
space relative humidity sensor. When using a relative humidity sensor to control dehumidification during occupied
or unoccupied times, the dehumidification set points are
used accordingly. Additionally, the network input point
"System Space RH" may also be used in place of the hard
wired relative humidity (RH) sensor. When the indoor relative humidity becomes greater then the dehumidification
set point, a dehumidification demand will be acknowledged. Once acknowledged, the dehumidification output
will be energized, bringing on the supply fan (medium
speed), mechanical cooling, and the integral hot water reheat coil. The controls will engage cooling mode and waste
heat from the compressor Cooling cycle will be returned to
the reheat coil simultaneously, meaning that the reversing
valve is causing the compressor to operate in the cooling
mode. Keep in mind that during Cooling mode the unit
cools, dehumidifies and disables the HWR coil. However,
once the call for cooling has been satisfied and there is still
a call for dehumidification, the unit will continue to operate
using the Reheat mode and HWR coil.
Waterside economizer — The WSHP Open controller
has the capability of providing modulating or two-position
water economizer operation (for a field-installed
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economizer coil mounted to the entering air side of the unit
and connected to the condenser water loop) in order to
provide free cooling (or preheating) when water conditions
are optimal. Water economizer settings can be accessed
through the equipment status screen. The following conditions must be true for economizer operation:
• SAT reading is available.
• EWT reading is available.
• If occupied, the SPT is greater than the occupied cooling set point or less than the occupied heating set point
and the condenser water is suitable.
• Space temperature reading is valid.
• If unoccupied, the SPT is greater than the unoccupied
cooling set point or less than the unoccupied heating set
point and the condenser water is suitable.
Modulating water economizer control — The control has
the capability to modulate a water valve to control condenser water flowing through a coil on the entering air side
of the unit.
Cooling — The purpose is to provide an economizer cooling function by using the water loop when the entering water loop temperature is suitable (at least 5° F below space
temperature). If the water loop conditions are suitable,
then the valve will modulate open as required to maintain a
supply-air temperature that meets the load conditions.
Should the economizer coil capacity alone be insufficient
for a period greater than 5 minutes, or should a high humidity condition occur, then the compressor will also be
started to satisfy the load. Should the SAT approach the
minimum cooling SAT limit, the economizer valve will
modulate closed during compressor operation.
Heating — Additionally, the control will modulate the water valve should the entering water loop temperature be
suitable for heating (at least 5° F above space temperature)
and heat is required. The valve will be controlled in a
similar manner except to satisfy the heating requirement.
Should the economizer coil capacity alone be insufficient
to satisfy the space load conditions for more than 5 minutes, then the compressor will be started to satisfy the load.
Should the SAT approach the maximum heating SAT limit,
the economizer valve will modulate closed during compressor operation.
Two-position water economizer control — The control has
the capability to control a NO or NC, two-position water
valve to control condenser water flow through a coil on the
entering air side of the unit.
Cooling — The purpose is to provide a cooling economizer function directly from the condenser water loop when
the entering water loop temperature is suitable (at least
5° F below space temperature). If the optional coil is provided and the water loop conditions are suitable, then the
valve will open to provide cooling to the space when required. Should the capacity be insufficient for a period
greater than 5 minutes, or should a high humidity condition occur, then the compressor will be started to satisfy
the load. Should the SAT reach the minimum cooling SAT
limit, the economizer valve will close during compressor
operation.
Heating — Additionally, the economizer control will open
the water valve should the entering water loop temperature
be suitable for heating (at least 5° F above space temperature) and heat is required. The valve will be controlled in a
similar manner except to satisfy the heating requirement.
Should the coil capacity be insufficient to satisfy the space
load for more than 5 minutes, then the compressor will be
started to satisfy the load. Should the SAT reach the maximum heating SAT limit, the economizer valve will close
during compressor operation.
Demand limit — The WSHP Open controller has the
ability to accept three levels of demand limit from the
BACnet network. In response to a demand limit, the unit
will decrease its heating set point and increase its cooling
set point to widen the range in order to immediately lower
the electrical demand. The amount of temperature adjustment in response is user adjustable for both heating and
cooling and for each demand level. The response to a particular demand level may also be set to zero.
Power failure restart delay — The control provides a
delay when recovering from a power failure or shutdown
mode or when transitioning from unoccupied to occupied
mode in order to prevent excessive demand when many
units start simultaneously. Each unit can be user configured
for a unique delay between 0 and 600 seconds. The factory programmed default delay is 60 seconds.
Fire/smoke detector alarm — The control monitors
the voltage input to J1-9 to detect if a smoke detector or
fire detector NC contact has opened, indicating an alarm
condition. The control will verify the presence of 24 vac on
this input. If the input should open at any time, an alarm
will be generated after 3 seconds and the equipment (fan,
compressor, auxiliary heat and damper) will immediately
shut down.
Space temperature alarms — The control provides the
ability to generate an alarm whenever the space temperature exceeds the alarm set point. A separate occupied hysteresis and fixed unoccupied high and low alarm set points
are provided. The control provides a 5-minute alarm delay
during unoccupied periods. During occupied periods, the
control uses the occupied temperature set point and applies the hysteresis value to determine the alarm set points.
Whenever an occupancy transition from unoccupied to occupied occurs or the occupied temperature set points are
changed causing an alarm condition to occur, the control
will automatically calculate an alarm delay (equivalent to
the configured delay time in minutes / degree F times the
temperature error that occurred plus 15 minutes). This will
prevent nuisance alarms whenever an occupancy change
occurs and allows time for the unit to correct an alarming
temperature condition.
Condenser water temperature alarm — The control
has 4 configurable alarm limits for condenser water temperature. The control will verify that the water temperature
is within operating range (between high and low limits) for
the specific operating mode (heating or cooling) before energizing the compressor. Once the compressor is started,
the condenser water temperature is further monitored to
verify that it is within limits to ensure sufficient water is
flowing through the coil. Should the leaving water temperature rise above or fall below the appropriate limits, an
alarm is generated and the compressor will be shut down if
the condition occurs for more than 15 seconds.
Supply-air temperature alarm — The control has 2
configurable alarm limits for supply-air temperature. The
control will verify that the supply-air temperature is within
operating range (between high and low limits) whenever
the compressor or auxiliary heat is operating. Should the
air temperature rise above or fall below the appropriate
limits, an alarm is generated if the condition occurs for
more than 5 minutes.
High condensate/overflow alarm — The control will
monitor a discrete input to determine the state of a condensate level switch. The input can be configured to alarm
on either an open or closed switch condition. Should this
input be in an alarm state, the control will start a timer and
after the timer exceeds a configurable 'Condensate Overflow Alarm Delay' limit (10-second default), the control will
generate an alarm and the unit will disable the compressor
and fan outputs.
Fan status alarm (optional) — The control generates a
fan status alarm if the fan status input detects that the fan is
OFF after any fan speed output has been enabled. A 30second alarm delay is used to allow the fan to start operation before an alarm condition is detected. The control
monitors the fan output and if the fan is operating at any
speed, the fan status must detect the fan is operating.
Compressor status alarm — The control generates a
compressor failure alarm if the compressor status input detects that the compressor is OFF after the compressor output has been energized. A 6-minute alarm delay is used to
allow the compressor to start (prevents alarms due to
timeguard operation) before an alarm condition is detected. The control monitors the compressor output and if the
compressor output is energized, the compressor status input must detect the compressor operation.
Filter status alarm — The control provides the ability to
generate a dirty filter alarm after the number of fan run
hours exceeds a configurable filter alarm timer limit. The
control monitors the fan output and if the fan is operating
at any speed, it accumulates run time. Should the fan run
time hours exceed the configurable limit, an alarm is generated. To reset the alarm timer after the alarm has been
generated, a 'Reset Filter Alarm' input is provided. The filter alarm can be disabled by setting the 'Filter Alarm Timer
Delay' to zero (factory default).
Indoor air quality alarm — The control provides the
ability to generate a high CO2 level alarm during occupied
periods whenever the CO2 sensor value exceeds the user
adjustable limit. Whenever an occupancy transition from
unoccupied to occupied occurs, or the occupied alarm limit
is changed to a value that causes an alarm condition to occur, the control will automatically calculate an alarm delay
(equivalent to the configured delay time in minutes / ppm
times the error that occurred + 15 minutes). This prevents
nuisance alarms from occurring when occupancy changes
or the set point is changed. The IAQ alarm can be disabled
by setting 'Occupied High IAQ Alarm Limit' to zero.
Relative humidity alarm — The control provides the
ability to generate an alarm whenever the space relative
humidity exceeds the alarm set point. Separate occupied
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and unoccupied high humidity alarm set points are provided. The control provides a 5-minute alarm delay during unoccupied periods. During occupied periods, the controller
uses the occupied high RH alarm limit. Whenever an occupancy transition from unoccupied to occupied occurs, or
the occupied high alarm limit is lowered causing an alarm
condition to occur, the control will automatically calculate
an alarm delay (equivalent to the configured delay time in
minutes / % RH times the humidity error condition that occurred + 15 minutes). This will prevent nuisance alarms
whenever an occupancy change occurs and allows time for
the unit to correct an alarming humidity condition.
Condenser water power failure restart delay — The
control generates a condenser water linkage failure alarm if
the linkage fails after once being active. The linkage status
is monitored and if it fails to be updated from the loop controller, then a condenser water linkage alarm is generated.
A 6-minute alarm delay is provided to prevent a false alarm
from occurring.
NOTE: This alarm can only be reset by re-establishing linkage and correcting the condition that caused the linkage
failure to occur or by setting the shutdown point to active
momentarily.
Airside linkage failure alarm — If airside linkage is active, the control generates an airside linkage failure alarm
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should linkage fail after once being active. The linkage status is monitored and if it fails to be updated from the master zone controller, then an airside linkage alarm is generated. A 6-minute alarm delay is provided to prevent false
alarm from occurring.
NOTE: This alarm can only be reset by re-establishing linkage and correcting the condition that caused the linkage
failure to occur or by setting the shutdown point to active
momentarily.
OAT sensor alarm — If network OA temperature is active, the control generates an OAT Sensor failure alarm if
the value of OAT fails to be updated through the network
after once being active. The update status is monitored and
if it fails to be updated, an OAT sensor alarm is generated.
An alarm delay (approximately 1 hour) is provided to prevent false alarm from occurring while minimizing the required update rate for OAT.
NOTE: This alarm can be reset by setting the shutdown
point to active momentarily.
SPT sensor alarm — If SPT sensor is active, the control
generates an SPT sensor failure alarm if the SPT sensor
fails to communicate with the control for 5 minutes or
greater. The update status is monitored and should it fail to
be updated, then a SPT sensor alarm is generated.
Guide specifications
Commercial Horizontal Water Source Heat
Pump Units
HVAC Guide Specifications
Size Range: 70,000 to 120,000 Btuh Cooling
Capacity
Carrier Model Number: 50HQP
Part 1 — General
1.01 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
A. Heat pump units are designed to operate with 60 to
95 F water temperature or 20 to 110 F water temperature when the extended range option is
selected. Units shall consist of high-efficiency scroll
compressor(s) and shall have single or dual independent refrigeration circuits. The air discharge is horizontal with right/left discharge as specified on
drawings.
B. Units shall be individually packaged with wooden
skid covered with protective corner posts and plastic
stretch wrapping for maximum protection.
1.02 QUALITY ASSURANCE
A. Basic unit shall be rated and certified in accordance
with AHRI/ISO/ASHRAE Standard 13256-1.
B. Units shall have insulation and adhesive which meet
NFPA 90A requirements for flame spread and
smoke generation, and assembled units shall be
ETL certified.
C. Units shall be factory tested under normal operating
conditions at nominal water flow rates to assure
proper operation of all components and safety
devices.
1.03 WARRANTY:
The manufacturer shall warranty equipment for a
period of 12 months from start-up or 18 months
from shipping (whichever occurs first).
Part 2 — Product
2.01 EQUIPMENT
A. Heat Pump Assembly:
Factory-tested and assembled single-piece water
source heat pump units shall be factory wired,
charged with non-CFC R-410A refrigerant, contain
refrigerant-to-water heat exchanger, refrigerant-toair heat exchanger, 4-way reversing valve, fan motor
assembly, compressor, metering device, and all
internal controls and safety devices.
B. Unit Cabinet:
1. Unit shall be constructed of heavy gage galvanized sheet metal with removable service panels, hanging brackets, and insulated galvanized
steel condensate pan of welded construction.
2. Supply and return water connections shall be
copper FTP, flush-mounted and rigidly connected to prevent damage to tubing and/or
noise generation.
3. Cabinet construction shall permit service testing
without air bypass on coil and shall incorporate
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
factory-installed supply ductwork connections.
Direct connection to fan housing is not recommended due to sound considerations.
4. Unit shall have separate entrances for high and
low-voltage electrical supplies.
5. One-in. wide filter bracket and 1-in. fiberglass
disposable filter shall be provided on each unit.
6. All interior surfaces shall be lined with 1/2-in.
thick, 11/2 lb per cu ft density acoustic type
fiberglass insulation. All fiberglass shall be
coated and all edges shall be tucked under
flanges to prevent the introduction of glass
fibers in the airstream.
Fan and Motor Assembly:
1. Units shall have belt-driven single or dual centrifugal fans. The fan motor shall be permanently lubricated with internal overload
protection.
2. Fan motor shall be isolated from the fan housing by flexible isolation grommets.
Compressors:
Unit shall have heat pump duty, high-efficiency
scroll compressor(s) with internal and external
isolation.
Heat Exchangers:
1. Refrigerant-to-air coil shall be aluminum/
copper finned-tube construction type rated for
625 psig and shall be fully degreased at the factory to prevent possible condensate blowoff.
2. Refrigerant-to-water heat exchanger shall be
steel/copper tube-in-tube type rated for 625 psig
refrigerant, 500 psig water-side pressures.
3. Optional steel/cupronickel refrigerant-to-water
heat exchanger shall be used for open loop
applications, or where water quality cannot be
maintained as specified by manufacturer.
Refrigerant Components:
1. Refrigeration circuit components shall include
liquid line service valve, suction line service
valve, reversing valve, a full charge of compressor oil, and a holding charge of refrigerant.
2. Thermostatic expansion valve shall be provided
for refrigerant metering.
Controls and Safeties:
1. Safety devices on all units shall include lowpressure sensor or loss-of-charge switch, highpressure switch, low water temperature sensor,
and condensate overflow switch.
2. The standard Complete C electronic control
system shall interface with a heat pump (Y,O)
wall thermostat (mechanical or electronic). The
control system shall have the following features:
a. 75 va transformer.
b. Anti-short cycle time delay on compressor
operation; time delay shall be 5 minutes
minimum.
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c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
Random start on power-up.
Low voltage protection.
High voltage protection.
Condensate overflow shutdown.
Unit shutdown on low refrigerant pressures.
Unit shutdown on high or low water temperature (selectable for antifreeze solutions).
i. Option to reset unit at thermostat or disconnect. Fault type shall be retained in memory
if reset at thermostat.
j. Automatic intelligent reset. Unit shall automatically restart 5 minutes after shutdown if
the fault has cleared. Should a fault occur
3 times sequentially, then lockout will occur.
k. Ability to defeat time delays for servicing.
l. Light-emitting diode (LED) to indicate high
pressure, low pressure, improper voltage,
water coil freeze protection, air coil freeze
protection, condensate overflow, and control status.
m. Unit Performance Monitor to indicate inefficient operating conditions prior to unit
lockout.
n. Remote fault type indication at thermostat.
o. Single harness connection for all safety
devices.
p. Selectable 24-v or pilot duty dry contact
alarm output.
q. 24-v output to cycle a motorized water valve
with compressor contactor.
3. The optional Deluxe D electronic control shall
have all the features of the Complete C control,
with the following additional features:
a. A removable thermostat connector.
b. Random start on return from night setback.
c. Minimized reversing valve operation for
extended life and quiet operation.
d. Night setback control from low temperature
thermostat, with 2-hour override initiated by
a momentary signal from the thermostat.
e. Dry contact night setback output for digital
night setback thermostats.
f. Ability to work with heat/cool (Y, W)
thermostats.
g. Ability to work with heat pump thermostats
using O or B reversing valve control.
h. Single grounded wire to initiate night setback or emergency shutdown.
i. Boilerless system control can switch automatically to electric heat at low loop water
temperature.
j. Control board shall allow up to 3 units to be
operated from one thermostat without any
auxiliary controls.
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k. A relay to operate an external damper. The
control to be such that the damper will not
open until 30 minutes after the unit comes
back from Unoccupied mode.
l. Fan speed selection at thermostat.
m. A relay to restart a central pump or control a
24-v motorized water valve.
4. PremierLink™ Controller:
This control will function with Carrier Comfort
Network® (CCN) and ComfortVIEW™ software.
It shall also be compatible with ComfortLink
controllers. It shall be ASHRAE 62-99 compliant and Internet ready. It shall accept a CO2
sensor in the conditioned space and be demand
controlled ventilation (DCV) ready. The communication rate must be 38.4K or faster.
5. LonWorks Interface System:
Units shall have all features listed above (either
Complete C or Deluxe D) and the control board
shall be supplied with a LonWorks interface
board, which is LONMark certified. This will
permit all units to be daisy chained via a 2-wire
twisted pair shielded cable. The following points
must be available at a central or remote computer location:
a. space temperature
b. leaving-water temperature
c. discharge-air temperature
d. command of space temperature set point
e. cooling status
f. heating status
g. low temperature sensor alarm
h. low pressure sensor alarm
i. high pressure switch alarm
j. condensate sensor alarm
k. high/low voltage alarm
l. fan "ON/AUTO" position of space
thermostat
m. unoccupied / occupied command
n. cooling command
o. heating command
p. fan "ON / AUTO" command
q. fault reset command
r. itemized fault code revealing reason for
specific shutdown fault (any one of 7)
This option also provides the upgraded 75 va
control transformer with load side short circuit
and overload protection via a built-in circuit
breaker.
H. Electrical:
1. A control box shall be located within the unit
compressor compartment and shall contain a
75 va transformer, 24-volt activated, 3-pole compressor contactor, terminal block for thermostat
wiring and solid-state controller for complete unit
operation. Electro-mechanical operation WILL
NOT be accepted.
2. Units shall be nameplated for use with timedelay fuses or HACR circuit breakers.
3. Unit controls shall be 24-volt and provide heating or cooling as required by the remote
thermostat.
I. Sound Attenuation Package (Mute Package):
Consists of attenuation material that is applied to
the cabinet to reduce noise. Attenuating material
shall be applied to the basepan, compressor access
panels, and blower housing.
J. High-Static Blower:
Provides increased airflow at various static pressure
conditions.
K. Special Features:
1. Aquazone™ thermostat controls are available as
follows:
a. Programmable multi-stage thermostat offers
7-day clock, holiday scheduling, large backlit
display, and remote sensor capability.
b. Programmable 7-day light-activated thermostat offers occupied comfort settings with
lights on, and unoccupied energy savings
with lights off.
c. Programmable 7-day flush-mount thermostat offers locking coverplate with tamper
proof screws, flush to wall mount, dual point
with adjustable deadband, O or B terminal,
and optional remote sensor.
2. Aquazone™ system loop control panel shall
include a pre-programmed, easy to use, Carrier
Comfort Controller set up for a WSHP system.
The features of the loop control panel shall be
configured for the specific installation to include
the following:
a. The loop control panel shall coordinate,
monitor, or control all WSHP units and
ancillary equipment including cooling towers, boilers, and system pumps.
b. Panel shall be provided with 2, 4, 6, or
8 stages of system heat rejection and
addition.
c. Panel shall be provided with stand-alone
(i.e., non-communicating) operation with the
ability to control 10 or 18 zones of WSHP
units.
d. Panel shall be provided to control variable
frequency cooling tower fan operation.
e. System pumping operation shall be configured for start/stop, lead/lag, or variable
frequency pump operation.
f. Loop panel shall be direct digital control
compatible using the CCN and WSHP units
using PremierLink CCN controllers.
3. Filter Rack (2 in.):
Filter rack enhances the filtration system of the
water source heat pump.
NOTE: Filter rack does not include filters.
4. Fire-Rated Hose Kits:
Kits include a fixed MPT on one end and a
swivel with an adapter on the other end. Hose
kits can be either stainless steel or galvanized.
5. Ball Valves (Brass Body):
Valves are for shutoff and balancing water flow.
Available with memory, memory stop, and
pressure temperature ports.
6. Y Strainers (Bronze Body):
Strainers are “Y” type configuration with a
brass cap. Maximum operating pressure rating
of strainers is 450 psig. Strainer screen made
of stainless steel.
7. Solenoid Valves (Brass Body):
Valves provide slow operation for quiet system
application.
8. Hose Kit Assemblies:
Assemblies include a ported ball valve with pressure temperature (P/T) plug ports and flexible
stainless steel hose with swivel and nipple.
Return hose includes a ball valve, preset measure flow (gpm) with two P/T ports, and flexible
stainless steel hose with a swivel and nipple.
9. Remote Sensors:
Sensors for thermostats are available wired or
wireless.
10. Multiple-protocol WSHP Open controller
remote sensors for Aquazone flush-mount
thermostats and DDC control options. Only
Carrier sensors can be used with the WSHP
Open controller. Sensors are available as
follows:
a. SPT Standard offers space temperature sensor with communication port.
b. SPT Plus offers space temperature sensor
with set point adjust, local override with indicating light and communication port.
c. SPT Pro offers space temperature sensor
with LCD display, set point adjust, local
override, alarm icon, outside air, and unit
status with heating and cooling set points.
d. SPT Pro+ offers space temperature sensor
with LCD display, set point adjust, local
override, alarm icon, outside air, unit status
with heating and cooling set points, and fan
speed control.
11. PremierLink™ Accessories:
Accessories include supply air temperature sensors, communicating room sensors, CO2 sensors, and linkage thermostats to provide a fully
integrated DDC (Direct Digital Controls)
system.
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Guide specifications (cont)
applications, or other areas where corrosion
may be an issue.
14. A two-way motorized water control valve shall
operate in conjunction with the compressor to
shut off or turn on water to the unit. Motorized water valve shall offer 3.5 watt coil, 24
volt, 50/60 Hz, 740 amps inrush, .312 amps
holding. Motorized water valve is a slow-closing (ON/OFF) quiet operation with 24 vac,
end switch and standard normally closed.
12. Extended Range:
Extended range units provide an insulated
water circuit for the coaxial coil and refrigerant circuit to prevent condensation, and therefore potential dripping problems, in
applications where the entering water temperature is beyond the normal operating range.
13. E-coated air side coil provides protection from
corrosion
in
coastal
areas,
marine
Carrier Corporation • Syracuse, New York 13221
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Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.
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Catalog No. 04-52500074-01
Printed in U.S.A.
Form 50HQP-2PD
Replaces: 50HQP-1PD
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