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Carrier 52S series Product data
QUICK REFERENCE
Heat/Cool Units
MODEL
NUMBER
COOLING
(Btuh)
EER
ELECTRIC
HEAT (Btuh)
52SEE207---3
52SEE307---3
52SEE209---3
52SEE309---3
52SEC212---3
52SEC312---3
52SEC512---3
52SEC214---3
52SEC314---3
52SEC514---3
52SED207---4
52SED307---4
52SEE209---4
52SEE309---4
52SEC212---4
52SEC312---4
52SEC512---4
52SEC214---4
52SEC314---4
52SEC514---4
7,100/ 7,000
7,100/ 7,000
9,100/ 9,100
9,100/ 9,100
11,800/11,600
11,800/11,600
11,800/11,600
13,500/13,200
13,500/13,200
13,500/13,200
7,100
7,100
9,100
9,100
12,000
12,000
12,000
13,700
13,700
13,700
11.0/11.1
11.0/11.1
9.3/ 9.3
9.3/ 9.3
9.0/ 9.0
9.0/ 9.0
9.0/ 9.0
8.8/ 8.8
8.8/ 8.8
8.8/ 8.8
11.0
11.0
9.5
9.5
9.2
9.2
9.2
9.0
9.0
9.0
7,800/ 6,400
11,600/ 9,500
7,800/ 6,400
11,600/ 9,500
7,800/ 6,400
11,600/ 9,500
16,900/13,600
7,800/ 6,400
11,600/ 9,500
16,900/13,600
7,800
11,600
7,800
11,600
7,800
11,600
17,000
7,800
11,600
17,000
EVAP. FAN
CFM
(HI
SPEED)
280
280
350
350
380
380
380
300
300
300
280
280
350
350
380
380
380
350
350
350
CURRENT (AMPS)
POWER (WATTS)
APPROX.
WGT
(SHIP)
1-PH, 60-Hz
VOLTS
Cooling
Electric
Heat
Cooling
Electric
Heat
128
128
120
120
129
129
129
129
129
129
125
125
120
120
129
129
129
130
130
130
230/208
230/208
230/208
230/208
230/208
230/208
230/208
230/208
230/208
230/208
265
265
265
265
265
265
265
265
265
265
2.8/3.0
2.8/3.0
4.4/4.6
4.4/4.6
5.9/6.3
5.9/6.3
5.9/6.3
6.8/7.3
6.8/7.3
6.8/7.3
2.7
2.7
3.8
3.8
5.2
5.2
5.2
5.9
5.9
5.9
10.6/ 9.6
15.4/14.2
10.8/ 9.9
15.6/14.5
11.0/ 9.9
15.8/14.5
22.7/20.0
10.9/ 9.8
15.7/14.4
22.6/19.9
9.3
13.4
9.4
13.5
9.5
13.6
19.7
9.5
13.6
19.7
645/ 628
645/ 628
979/ 979
979/ 979
1310/1288
1310/1288
1310/1288
1530/1500
1530/1500
1530/1500
645
645
958
958
1304
1304
1304
1522
1522
1522
2440/2040
3540/2990
2440/2025
3540/2975
2500/2075
3600/3025
5200/4175
2510/2070
3610/3020
5210/4170
2435
3535
2435
3535
2508
3608
5208
2505
3605
5205
BRANCH
CIRCUIT
FUSE
(AMPS)
15
20
15
20
15
20
30
15
20
30
15
20
15
20
15
20
25
15
20
25
Heat Pumps
MODEL
NUMBER
COOLING
(Btuh)
52SQD207---3
52SQD307---3
52SQD209---3
52SQD309---3
52SQC212---3
52SQC312---3
52SQC512---3
52SQC214---3
52SQC314---3
52SQC514---3
52SQD207---4
52SQD307---4
52SQD209---4
52SQD309---4
52SQC212---4
52SQC312---4
52SQC512---4
52SQC214---4
52SQC314---4
52SQC514---4
EER
COP
REVERSE
CYCLE
HEAT
(Btuh)
7,100/ 6,900 10.5/10.5 3.1/3.1
6,100/ 6,000
7,100/ 6,900 10.5/10.5 3.1/3.1
6,100/ 6,000
8,800/ 8,600 9.5/ 9.5 2.8/2.8
7,900/ 7,800
8,800/ 8,600 9.5/ 9.5 2.8/2.8
7,900/ 7,800
12,000/11,800
9.0/ 9.0 2.8/2.8 10,700/10,600
12,000/11,800
9.0/ 9.0 2.8/2.8 10,700/10,600
12,000/11,800
9.0/ 9.0 2.8/2.8 10,700/10,600
13,500/13,200 8.8/ 8.8 2.6/2.6 11,000/11,000
13,500/13,200 8.8/ 8.8 2.6/2.6 11,000/11,000
13,500/13,200 8.8/ 8.8 2.6/2.6 11,000/11,000
7,100
10.5
2.9
6,000
7,100
10.5
2.9
6,000
8,800
9.5
2.8
7,900
8,800
9.5
2.8
7,900
12,000
9.0
2.8
11,000
12,000
9.0
2.8
11,000
12,000
9.0
2.8
11,000
13,500
8.8
2.7
11,000
13,500
8.8
2.7
11,000
13,500
8.8
2.7
11,000
EVAP.
CURRENT (AMPS)
FAN
APPROX. 1-PH,60-Hz
CFM
WGT
VOLTS
Electric
(HI
(SHIP)
Cooling
Heat
SPEED)
280
125
230/208
2.9/3.1 10.6/ 9.6
280
125
230/208
2.9/3.1 15.4/14.2
340
128
230/208
4.4/4.7 10.9/ 9.8
340
128
230/208
4.4/4.7 15.7/14.4
380
129
230/208
5.8/6.2 11.0/ 9.9
380
129
230/208
5.8/6.2 15.8/14.5
380
129
230/208
5.8/6.2 22.7/20.0
300
130
230/208
6.9/7.4 10.9/ 9.8
300
130
230/208
6.9/7.4 15.7/14.4
300
130
230/208
6.9/7.4 22.6/19.9
280
125
265
2.9
9.3
280
125
265
2.9
13.4
350
128
265
3.9
9.4
350
128
265
3.9
13.5
350
129
265
5.2
9.5
350
129
265
5.2
13.6
350
129
265
5.2
19.7
350
130
265
5.9
9.5
350
130
265
5.9
13.6
350
130
265
5.9
19.7
POWER (WATTS)
Cooling
Electric
Heat
BRANCH
CIRCUIT
FUSE
(AMPS)
675/ 655
675/ 655
925/ 905
925/ 905
1275/1255
1275/1255
1275/1255
1530/1500
1530/1500
1530/1500
675
675
938
938
1333
1333
1333
1535
1535
1535
2440/2040
3540/2990
2510/2070
3610/3020
2500/2075
3600/3025
5200/4175
2510/2070
3610/3020
5210/4170
2435
3535
2435
3535
2508
3608
5208
2505
3605
5205
15
20
15
20
15
20
30
15
20
30
15
20
15
20
15
20
25
15
20
25
RECEPTACLE
HEATER
LEGEND
COP — Coefficient of Performance
EER — Energy Efficiency Ratio
Wgt — Weight
15 Amps
250 Volts
20 Amps
250 Volts
30 Amps
250 Volts
15 Amps
265 Volts
2.3 kW
3.4 kW
5.0 kW
2.3 kW
20 Amps
265 Volts
3.4 kW
25/30 Amps
265 Volts
5.0 kW
ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS’ MANUAL
MODEL 52S
PACKAGED TERMINAL
AIR CONDITIONERS
AND HEAT PUMPS
CONTENTS
Page
Page
APPLICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
New Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Retrofit/Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
PRODUCT OVERVIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,4
Field-Installed Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Factory-Installed Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Control Panel Configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
PRODUCT FEATURES AND BENEFITS . . . 5-11
Quiet Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Most Efficient Performance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Efficient Fan Motor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
No Rust Weather Last™ Wall Sleeve and
Front Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
One-Piece Washable Indoor Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Durable Control Panel Door and Easy-to-Use
Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Washable Vent Air Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Bi-Directional Discharge Grille . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Easy Access to Chassis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Hidden Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Enhanced Copper Tubing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Deep Basepan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Condensate Drain Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Condensate Removal System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Carrier Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Heat Pumps Pay Their Own Way . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Heat Pump Energy Savings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
ORDERING DATA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
Product Catalog Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Factory-Installed Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Field-Installed Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
DIMENSION DRAWINGS AND
INSTALLATION DATA — NEW
CONSTRUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-27
PRODUCT DATA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28-36
WIRING DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37-41
GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
TYPICAL WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43,44
LITERATURE LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
STANDARD COLORS . . . . . . . Inside Back Cover
March 1999
Copyright © Carrier Corporation
Cat. No. 592-015
APPLICATIONS
Whether you are designing a new structure or replacing the packaged terminal air conditioning units in an
existing building, Carrier will meet your needs.
• Hotels and motels
• Nursing homes and assisted living care centers
• Offices
• Apartments
• Single-family dwellings
• Home conversions and residential add-ons
NEW CONSTRUCTION
The Carrier 52S unit is designed to meet the needs of
the architect, engineer, and contractor. For unit installation, Carrier’s expert support network will assist in
all applicable aspects of the construction project, from
preparing a budget to start-up.
ADVANTAGES OF THE PACKAGED TERMINAL AIR
CONDITIONER FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION
DESIGN FLEXIBILITY
FOR THE
ARCHITECT/ENGINEER
INITIAL COST SAVINGS
FOR THE
BUILDING OWNER
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LOWER OPERATING COSTS
AND RELIABLE COMFORT •
FOR THE OCCUPANT
•
Super-quiet performance, indoors and out
No bulky duct system
No separate equipment room
No water towers or additional cooling equipment
No complex match-up of different HVAC components
Less sensitivity to building orientation (sun, wind, shade)
Optional architectural grille to permit custom exterior
appearance
No expensive component HVAC system purchase
No equipment room or maintenance engineering staff
Two-part delivery to minimize on-site damage
Weather-protected wall sleeve that goes in place during construction; chassis that slides in place after construction
No seasonal changeover required for cooling or heating —
units are self-contained comfort systems
Heat pump models offer substantial savings over conventional
electric resistance heaters
Individual units allow tenants to choose the degree of comfort
and operating economy
Rapid servicing reduces downtime: complete chassis can be
replaced in minutes without disrupting other occupants.
Each unit operates independently of other units in the building.
No dependency by building on individual units.
RETROFIT/REPLACEMENT
If you are replacing existing units, your options
include:
• Replacing the existing wall sleeve with a Carrier
Weather Last™ sleeve
• Installing the new unit into an existing Carrier sleeve.
The 52S Series chassis fits into all of Carrier’s older
sleeves.
• Using an existing sleeve made by another manufacturer. The 52S Series chassis can be adapted with a
simple accessory kit to fit existing GE, Amana, and
Trane wall sleeves. All other sleeve applications need
approval from Carrier.
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW
This section summarizes product features, options, and
accessories covered in detail in later sections.
Polymer Sleeve — Designed for rugged
duty, acoustic absorption, and attractive
appearance for years to come.
Rotary Compressors — Provide quiet,
reliable operation.
Copper Tube Fin Coils — Enhanced coils
provide durability, high performance, and
ease of operation.
Fresh Air Control Arm — Allows outdoor air into room through foam filter for
improved air quality.
Fan Cycle Switch — Dual options:
(1) Continuous fan operation.
(2) Cycle fan ON and OFF with compressor operation.
Temperature Limiter — Allows temperature range restraints for the unit by making a simple service adjustment.
Control Door — Provides protection for
controls and enhances appearance.
Easy Access to Electrical Components — Simply remove two screws and
drop down the control box.
Improved Condensate Removal — Minimizes condensate water on outside of
building.
Thermostat — Provides improved temperature control.
New One-Piece Filter Design — Provides improved air filtration and can be
removed easily for cleaning.
Durable Discharge Grille — Made of
polycarbonate; holds up under the toughest conditions.
Louvered Front Cover — Made of durable polycarbonate. Provides improved
performance and quiet operation.
3
PRODUCT OVERVIEW (cont)
FIELD-INSTALLED ACCESSORIES
Corrosion-Protected
Wall Sleeve
Architectural Outdoor Grille
in Aluminum or Plastic
Standard Grille
Subbase
GE,
Amana/Trane
Sleeve Retrofit Kits
Lateral Duct Kit
Hard-Wire Kit
265 V Cord Kit
Drain Kit
60
70
80
90
Security
Door Kit
ON AUTO
FAN
COOL OFF HEAT
Energy
Management
Kit
Thermostats
CONTROL PANEL
CONFIGURATIONS
FACTORY-INSTALLED
OPTIONS
Corrosion Protection
A. 52S Cooling-Only Unit
Additional corrosion protection for painted partition,
painted control box, and outside coil in seacoast
applications.
B. 52S Cooling/Heating Unit
Remote Control
Permits the unit to be operated automatically from a
remote accessory thermostat.
C. 52S Cooling/Heating Unit With Remote Control (Blank Plate)
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PRODUCT FEATURES AND BENEFITS
The 52S model is a single-package, through-the-wall
unit for heating and cooling hotel rooms, offices, apartments, condominiums, and residential additions. The
52S Series features include:
• Quiet operation
• Exceptional energy efficiency ratios (EERs)
• Multi-room structure design
• Fixed wall sleeve, slide-out chassis
• Attractive, durable cabinet
•
•
•
•
Chassis that retrofits to most major competitors’ sleeves
Low operating costs
No bulky duct system
No seasonal changeover
QUIET OPERATION
Occupants and neighbors are protected against noise
intrusion. Indoor sound reduction is achieved because
of the unit’s design and its louvered front cover, split
scroll and blower, and heavy gage unit partition. Rotary compressors provide quiet, reliable operation. The
split scroll provides a more uniform air discharge.
The new aerodynamic condenser shroud design improves airflow and reduces outdoor noise, providing a
more relaxing outdoor environment. The propellertype fan and stator design allow efficient low-speed
operation.
The Quiet is engineered into every 52S Unit.
MOST EFFICIENT
PERFORMANCE
High EERs provide excellent operating economy. The
system operates without bulky ductwork, separate equipment room, and complex match-up of different components. Heating and cooling modes are available without
seasonal changeover.
EFFICIENT FAN MOTOR
An efficient, totally enclosed PSC (permanent split capacitor) fan motor provides a choice of high or low
speeds for heating and cooling. A fan-only setting provides air circulation. The fan motor requires no maintenance and no lubrication.
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PRODUCT FEATURES AND BENEFITS (cont)
NO-RUST WEATHER LAST™
WALL SLEEVE AND FRONT
PANEL
The indoor front panel and wall sleeve use nonmetallic compounds that never rust or corrode, do not support combustion, and do not give off toxic fumes. The
weather-resistant feature exceeds requirements of
Underwriters’ Laboratories and resists damage caused
by impact and scratching. The Weather Last feature
also insulates and has up to 10 times the acoustic absorption of metal cabinets.
Removable Front Panel
The louvered front panel fits firmly onto the chassis.
The panel is easily removed for service and filter access without removing screws. It provides front air intake to enhance performance and quiet operation. It
also provides the option of flush mounting to the floor.
Removable Front Panel
ONE-PIECE WASHABLE
INDOOR FILTER
The filter covers the entire surface area of the coil.
Once the front panel is removed, the filter simply snaps
out of the track. The one-piece, molded plastic frame
with polyurethane filter retains its shape and meets hospital and nursing home requirements. The filter may
be washed or vacuumed repeatedly.
One-Piece Indoor Filter
6
DURABLE CONTROL PANEL
DOOR AND EASY-TO-USE
CONTROLS
The reinforced control door conceals controls and features an attractive surface that will not chip. The hinge
and door are extruded as one piece and provide protection from demanding transient use. The door is sloped
to discourage use as a shelf. Easily accessible from
the room side, the control buttons and thermostat are
clearly marked and simple to use.
52S Cooling/Heating Unit Control Panel
WASHABLE VENT AIR
FILTER
The unique duct system is activated by a two-position
control. Fresh outside air is redirected by the vent door
to an inside low-pressure area. A molded plastic filter
prevents dirt and debris from entering the room side
of the unit. The vent mechanism is made from noncorrosive material ensuring reliable operation. Highpressure airflow creates a tight, draft-free seal when
the vent door is closed.
OUTDOOR
VENT
FILTER
VENT
DOOR
Outdoor Vent Filter Location
(Left Side of Chassis)
BI-DIRECTIONAL DISCHARGE
GRILLE
The discharge grille is made of durable polycarbonate
and is reversible. Air flows upward at an 80 degree
angle to the floor but can easily be adjusted toward
the horizontal for airflow at a 53 degree angle to the
floor. The discharge grille is cool to the touch during
the heating cycle.
Reversible Polycarbonate Discharge Grille
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PRODUCT FEATURES AND BENEFITS (cont)
EASY ACCESS TO CHASSIS
Access to the chassis simply requires removing four
screws and then sliding the chassis out of the sleeve
for service. Once the power is turned off, connectors
can be separated on hard-wire units, or the power cord
can be disconnected on cord-connected units.
Easy Service Access
HIDDEN CONTROLS
The factory-wired control box houses all control components and is quickly accessible without removing
the chassis from the wall sleeve. Remove two screws
and the hinged door lowers, providing quick access to
all the components and the wiring diagram.
Temperature Limiter
Fan Cycle Switch
The limiter reduces operating costs by allowing the
owner to control the range of cooling and heating temperatures available to the occupant. It is located under
the control panel, out of the occupant’s sight. Each
setback on the limiter is equivalent to 5° F and the
range of temperature settings available to the owner is
from 60 to 90 F. The limiter is not pre-set at the
factory.
The occupant’s temperature control knob is conveniently located on the control panel and is clearly marked
with a range of dial settings.
This switch (not available on RC models) allows the
fan to operate in 2 modes:
• Continuous — This setting allows the fan to run continuously, circulating air even when the temperature
setting has been satisfied. This setting, which helps
to keep the room temperature closer to the thermostat setting, is used for maximum comfort.
• Cycle — This setting allows the fan to cycle on and
off with the compressor during heating or cooling.
The fan stops when the temperature setting is reached.
The longer unit off-time makes this option more
energy-efficient with only slightly wider variations
in room temperature.
Outdoor Air Vent Control
The vent knob is located under the front panel. This
knob slides to manually open and close the outdoor
vent.
8
ENHANCED COPPER TUBING
Enhanced copper tubing is more efficient and durable
and can be repaired in the field, if required.
Because copper is a very stable metal, it is durable
and resists corrosion. Enhanced copper tubing
increases:
• heat transfer capability
• the efficiency of the cooling and heating processes
• thermal conductivity (by creating additional tube surface and turbulent refrigerant gas flow)
Every Carrier PTAC coil undergoes thorough leak testing and pressure testing up to 350 lbs per square inch.
Enhanced Copper Tubing
DEEP BASEPAN
Seamless drawn basepan walls add protection against
water accumulation resulting from storm-driven rain
with heavy wind.
Carrier’s deep basepan holds up to two gallons of water without spilling. Closed cell foam insulators are
located between the basepan and coils, keeping coils
from direct contact with standing condensate and the
basepan.
CONDENSATE DRAIN VALVE
The temperature-activated drain opens when the outdoor temperature drops below 45 F to prevent water
from freezing in the basepan.
CONDENSATE
DRAIN VALVE
BASEPAN
Deep Basepan Protects Against
Water Accumulation
CONDENSATE REMOVAL
SYSTEM
Carrier’s 52S Series units have a slinger ring around
the outside of the outdoor fan propeller. Condensate
(water) in the unit basepan is picked up by the slinger
ring and dispersed onto the hot outdoor condenser coil.
The heat from the coil evaporates the condensate and
cools the coil at the same time, thereby removing
condensate and increasing the unit’s efficiency.
NOTE: If it is necessary to remove 100% of the condensate, we recommend using the Carrier Drain Kit
(Part No.: DRAIN-KIT-4PK).
CARRIER WARRANTY
Carrier’s full one-year warranty is the most comprehensive in the industry. In addition, Carrier provides:
• Full coverage for parts and labor.
• Four additional years of coverage on sealed refrigeration systems.
• Limited second through fifth year coverage on nonrefrigeration system parts.
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PRODUCT FEATURES AND BENEFITS (cont)
HEAT PUMPS PAY THEIR OWN
WAY
Heat pump models are available at a nominal additional cost. In many locales, the payback is realized in
just a few months. Cost and payback details are provided on the next page.
How The Heat Pump Works
In Hot Weather:
In Cool Weather:
In Sub-Freezing Weather:
Carrier’s Series 52 units provide
indoor comfort in the same manner as conventional air conditioners, removing heat and humidity
from indoor air. The heat and humidity is released to the outdoors. Carrier’s high efficiency
design saves energy and reduces
cooling costs.
When the outdoor temperature is
above 25 F, the heat pump draws
heat from outdoor air and uses it
to heat indoor air. Since heat is
transferred and not produced,
Carrier’s heat pump uses less electricity and reduces energy costs
significantly.
When the outdoor temperature
falls below 25 F, the unit automatically switches on a built-in
electric heater. The compressor
stops and a blower circulates
warm air produced by the heater.
When the outdoor temperature
rises above 40 F, heat pump operation resumes automatically.
Special Features
Two-Stage Indoor Thermostat:
Reversing Valve:
The indoor thermostat senses the indoor temperature
and automatically turns on electric heat to warm the
room quickly, automatically switches to heat pump mode
when the room reaches the desired temperature, and
provides automatic backup heat if the compressor should
fail.
The reversing valve provides quiet refrigerant flow after the unit shuts off. The valve controls the direction
of refrigerant flow for both heating and cooling functions and remains energized as long as the controls are
in the heat position. When the cooling controls are activated, the valve automatically reverses to the cooling position.
Outdoor Thermostat:
Manual Compressor Override Switch:
During the heating cycle, the outdoor thermostat senses
outdoor temperature. It switches the unit to electric
heat mode when the outdoor temperature is 25 F
or below. The thermostat switches the unit back to heat
pump mode when the outdoor temperature rises above
40 F, which is enough to provide heat to meet demand. The entire operation is completely automatic.
This switch completely locks out the compressor. Note
that the compressor and heater do not operate at the
same time, thus conserving energy.
10
HEAT PUMP ENERGY
SAVINGS
Heat pumps save more on operating costs during the heating cycle
than heat/cool models. The table below shows that the higher initial cost
of purchasing a heat pump is quickly
made up in lower operating costs.
Use the map to identify the climate
zone’s designated number. Reading
down the left-hand column of the
table, select the cost/kWh rate in this
zone that most closely approximates your local rate. The approximated savings and payback period
is found at the intersection of your
zone/rate line and the desired Btuh
Cooling Capacity column. Exact savings are determined by lifestyle, local electrical rates, and climatic
conditions.
ZONE
VI
V
ZONE V
ZONE IV
ZONE III
II
ZONE II
ZONE I
CARRIER HEAT PUMP INITIAL COST VERSUS SAVINGS OVER HEAT/COOL MODELS
9000 BTUH2
12000 BTUH2
14000 BTUH3
7000 BTUH1
$60
$75
$90
$110
COOLING PREMIUM
COOLING PREMIUM
COOLING PREMIUM
COOLING
ELECTRIC CAPACITY
CAPACITY
CAPACITY
CAPACITY PREMIUM
ZONE COST/kWH
Annual
Payback
Annual
Payback
Annual
Payback
Annual
Payback
Savings*
in Months
Savings*
in Months
Savings*
in Months
Savings*
in Months
$.06
$ 31.00
23
$ 58.07
16
$ 63.39
17
$ 77.45
17
I
$.08
$ 41.69
17
$ 76.74
12
$ 82.52
13
$103.64
13
$.10
$ 52.38
14
$ 96.44
9
$102.86
11
$129.82
10
$.06
$ 47.03
15
$ 87.11
10
$ 94.48
11
$113.45
12
II
$.08
$ 63.07
11
$116.15
8
$126.78
9
$150.55
9
$.10
$ 79.10
9
$145.19
9
$157.87
7
$187.64
7
$.06
$112.24
6
$108.89
8
$114.82
9
$138.55
10
III
$.08
$148.59
5
$144.15
6
$153.09
7
$185.45
7
$.10
$186.00
4
$168.00
5
$191.36
6
$231.27
6
$.06
$ 42.76
17
$100.59
9
$105.25
10
$127.64
10
$.08
$ 69.48
10
$132.74
7
$138.74
8
$170.18
8
$.10
$ 87.66
8
$166.96
5
$174.62
6
$211.64
6
IV
$.12
$103.69
7
$200.15
4
$209.30
5
$255.27
5
$.14
$121.86
6
$233.33
4
$243.98
4
$297.82
4
$.16
$140.03
5
$266.52
3
$278.67
4
$339.27
4
$.06
$ 41.69
17
$ 78.81
11
$ 82.52
13
$ 99.27
13
$.08
$ 55.59
13
$105.78
9
$110.03
10
$133.09
10
V
$.10
$ 69.48
10
$131.70
7
$137.54
8
$166.91
8
$.12
$ 83.38
9
$158.67
6
$165.05
7
$199.64
7
$.14
$ 97.28
7
$189.59
5
$192.56
6
$233.45
6
$.06
$110.10
7
$206.37
4
$221.26
5
$268.36
5
$.08
$146.45
5
$275.85
3
$295.41
4
$357.82
4
VI
$.10
$182.79
4
$344.30
3
$368.37
3
$447.27
3
$.12
$220.21
3
$413.78
2
$442.52
2
$536.73
2
* Computer projections based on full cooling load at 95° F. Savings projected for 230-v ratings only.
1
Heating load is 5,000 Btuh at winter design point temperature.
2
Heating load is 10,000 Btuh at winter design point temperature.
3
Heating load is 15,000 Btuh at winter design point temperature.
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ORDERING DATA
For immediate assistance, call 1-800-827-7435.
Standard 52S Unit
• Chassis with front panel
• Electro-mechanical pushbutton controls
• Cord-connected chassis for 230/208V units
• 265V cord or hard-wired accessory kit (must be ordered separately)
Lead-time: Most 230/208V models are in stock; call
for lead-times for other models.
Standard 52S Unit
PRODUCT CATALOG NUMBER
Cooling-only units are not available with RC (remote control) option.
12
FACTORY-INSTALLED
OPTIONS
Remote Control (RC)
Carrier’s remote control option includes:
• a standard chassis with front panel
• factory-installed low voltage controls for remote thermostat operation
A wall thermostat must be ordered separately.
NOTE: Both heat pump and heat/cool units operate
with a heat/cool thermostat. A heat pump thermostat
should never be used with this product.
Corrosion Protection (CP)
To protect against the corrosive effects of a seacoast
environment, this option includes:
• a standard chassis with front panel
• special protections consisting of:
— painted control box and unit partitions
— pre-coated aluminum coils with copper tubing
— stainless steel tube sheets (outdoor coil)
— totally enclosed fan motor with moisture-resistant
windings
NOTE: All installations within one mile of the sea coast
or other corrosive environment must use Corrosion
Protection (CP).
13
ORDERING DATA (cont)
FIELD-INSTALLED
ACCESSORIES
Weather Last™ Wall Sleeve
Part No.: WALL-SLEEVE-1PK
Part No.: WALL-SLEEVE-9PK
It is recommended that a Carrier sleeve be used with a
Carrier chassis. However, an accessory Retrofit Kit may
be ordered when fitting a new 52S unit into an existing sleeve. See Accessory Retrofit Kit for GE Sleeve
on page 20 and Amana/Trane Sleeve on page 21.
The Carrier accessory wall sleeve is made from a molded
polymer that is designed for strength and durability.
This material has excellent corrosion resistance and a
flammability rating of UL94-5V. The polymer sleeve
absorbs sound, provides better insulation than a metal
sleeve, and offers years of protection against the
elements.
The beige (alpine mist) finish blends in well with inside or outside decor. The sleeve surface is textured to
prevent shine and hide scratches.
The sleeve is packaged in a heavy-duty cardboard carton with an internal corrugated stiffener to reduce the
chance of damage during shipping and construction.
The rib configuration on the sleeve bottom allows easy
chassis removal and aids in drainage. Water that overflows the basepan is channeled along the ribs to the
drain openings on the back of the unit. The sleeve is
built with a pitch of 1⁄4 in. per foot, so there is no
need to adjust the sleeve during installation. Overflow
slots are in place to divert excess water during severe
weather. Locating holes in the side panels allow easy
fastening of the sleeve to wall openings. An accessory
drain kit is available, if needed. Refer to Drain Kit,
page 16, for the part number.
This sleeve accommodates all Carrier accessory grilles,
which simply snap in place and require no screws.
Refer to the 52S unit installation instructions for complete sleeve and chassis installation procedures. Refer
to dimension drawings (pages 22-27) for typical wall
installation and unit dimensions.
When installing the Carrier wall sleeve, note the
following:
• If more than 4 in. of sleeve project into the room or
the wall is less than 2 in. thick, an accessory subbase must be used for support. Refer to the description of the Accessory Subbase on page 17 for the
part number.
• For all applications with an accessory subbase, wall
sleeve must exend 31⁄4 in. minimum into room and
must be 31⁄4 in. minimum to 51⁄2 in. maximum above
floor (including carpeting). Refer to wall sleeve installation instructions for further information.
• The Carrier sleeve must be mounted so that it is level
in all directions. See wall sleeve installation instructions for leveling procedure.
• The sleeve should be caulked on all sides, including
both inside and outside the building.
Corrosion-Protected Polymer Sleeve
14
Aluminum Architectural
Outdoor Grilles (Louvered)
Part No.: GRILLE-ALU-WHITE
Part No.: GRILLE-ALU-BRONZ
Part No.: GRILLE-ALU-BROWN
Part No.: GRILLE-ALU-BEIGE
This premium line of decorative outdoor grilles will
enhance the appearance of any building. The grilles
are made of strong, durable, extruded, anodized aluminum and are designed to be mounted easily from
inside the room. These elegant grilles have baked enamel
finishes available in several colors. See inside of back
cover for standard colors. For more information on
custom colors and sizes, contact Reliable Products at
1-800-624-3914.
Architectural Grille in
Aluminum or Plastic
Plastic Architectural Outdoor
Grilles (Louvered)
Part No.: GRILLE-PLA-BROWN
Part No.: GRILLE-PLA-BEIGE
This value line of plastic outdoor grilles will blend attractively with most building exteriors. Mounted easily from inside the room, the one-piece, molded grille
is designed for protection, enhanced appearance, and
superior weather-resistance. The grille is made of durable polymer and has a colorfast, lightly-textured finish that blends well with most exterior finishes. See
inside of back cover for colors.
Standard Outdoor Aluminum Grille
Part No.: GRILLE-ALU-STAMP
This cost-effective, one-piece standard grille is made
from durable anodized aluminum. The grille is lightweight, has a clear finish, and is easy to install from
inside the room.
IMPORTANT: If you wish to use a grille not
made by Carrier for your Carrier unit(s), contact
the Carrier Application Engineering Group at
1-800-894-6449.
Standard Grille
Sleeve Insulation Kit
Part No.: INSULATION-KIT
The accessory sleeve insulation kit prevents indoor
condensation under low outdoor temperature conditions. In addition, this accessory reduces the transmission of outdoor noise into the room. The kit comes
with pre-cut pieces of insulation and instructions for
installation.
15
ORDERING DATA (cont)
Drain Kit
Part No.: DRAIN-KIT-4PK
This universal drain kit may be used internally or externally to route condensate to a drainage system. It
can be field-installed on the Carrier wall sleeve.
Although Carrier’s units are designed to dissipate all
the condensate generated during normal cooling, there
may be times when abnormal conditions cause more
condensate than the unit can dissipate. Heat pumps sometimes generate condensate that the unit may not be designed to handle. If condensate that drips from the wall
case is objectionable, this internal/external drain kit
should be installed.
The drain kit may be attached to the exterior right or
left side of the wall sleeve for external draining or may
be mounted to the room side of the wall sleeve for internal draining.
Drain Kit
Hard-Wire Kit
Part No.: H/W-KIT-230V
Part No.: H/W-KIT-230V-4PK
Part No.: H/W-KIT-265V
Part No.: H/W-KIT-265V-4PK
This accessory hard-wire kit provides a permanent connection to the unit. Electrical hard wiring is required
when NEC (National Electrical Code) or local codes
restrict the use of power cord and plug connections.
The hard-wire kit mounts on the right side of the unit
and comes with 42 inches of flexible steel conduit, an
electrical junction box, and a unit-mounted connector.
The 230 volt kit comes with an additional plug assembly to use when replacing the 230-volt cord.
Hard-Wire Kit
16
265V Cord-Connection Kit
Part No.: PLUG-265V-15AMP
Part No.: PLUG-265V-20AMP
Part No.: PLUG-265V-30AMP
This 265-volt cord connection kit is an alternative to a
265-volt permanent hard-wire connection. The kit contains an 18-inch cord and a unit-mounted plug connection. This field-installed accessory connects easily
to the right side of the unit and plugs into a receptacle
in a subbase. The subbase, described in this section,
and a field-supplied receptacle are required if this cordconnection kit is used.
265V Cord Kit
Subbase
Part No.: SUB-BASE
This decorative subbase supports the unit and routes
electrical wires. The subbase mounts to the wall sleeve
and comes with adjustable legs and side skirting to
provide a finished appearance.
A subbase is required for installations where the wall
sleeve extends 4 or more inches into the room or the
wall is less than 2 in. thick. The minimum clearance
between the bottom of the sleeve and the floor is
31⁄4 in., and the maximum clearance is 51⁄2 inches. The
subbase assembly comes with two leveling legs. See
the wall sleeve installation information for leveling
instructions.
The subbase is designed to accommodate various electrical configurations. Internal partitions and knockouts
allow easy and flexible field-installation of electrical
connections. The subbase supports both hard-wire and
cord connections. Electrical receptacles must be fieldsupplied.
The subbase, along with a field-supplied receptacle,
must be installed if the 265-v Cord-Connection Kit
(Part Nos. PLUG-265V-15AMP, PLUG-265V-20AMP,
or PLUG-265V-30AMP) is used. See this page for more
information.
Subbase Assembly
17
ORDERING DATA (cont)
Lateral Duct Kit
Part No.: LAT-DUCT-PLENUM (Adapter Plenum)
Part No.: EXTENSION-DUCT (Extension)
The accessory lateral duct kit allows one unit to heat
or cool two rooms. The kit provides substantial savings for apartments, hotel suites, and office suites by
eliminating the need for separate units for every room.
The amount of air that can be diverted to an adjoining
room is adjustable from 10 to 40 percent.
The lateral duct kit consists of two separate packages,
the plenum and the extension duct. The kit mounts to
the wall sleeve and allows either right or left side ducting. Consider the following when designing a ducted
application.
1. The maximum extension of the duct length is 3 feet.
2. The duct run must be straight and horizontal; no
bends or turns.
3. The minimum recommended clearance between the
unit and the adjoining room wall is 6 inches.
4. You must provide for return air from the adjoining
room.
5. Carrier 52S units are not qualified for use with any
other ducting scheme.
See page 23 for more information.
Lateral Duct Kit
Security Door Kit
Part No.: SECURITY-DOOR
This key-locking security door kit prevents unauthorized access to the unit’s heating and cooling controls
and prevents tampering with units in public locations
and institutions. This field-installed accessory includes two matching keys and fits all Carrier 52S
models. Keys are common to all Security Door kits.
Security Door Kit
Manual Changeover Wall
Thermostat
Part No.: HH01AD045
This manual changeover wall thermostat provides a
reliable and consistent level of occupant temperature
control for both heat pumps and heating/cooling units.
The thermostat consists of a conventional vented cover
and a coiled bimetal element. It is used only on remote control (RC) models.
60
ON AUTO
FAN
70
80
90
COOL OFF HEAT
Manual Thermostat
18
Programmable Thermostat
Part No.: TSTATCCPAC01-B
This microcomputer-controlled, programmable wall thermostat has enhanced features that provide automatic
changeover control for both heat pumps and heating/
cooling units. It is used only on remote control (RC)
models.
NOTE: Both heat pumps and heat/cool units operate
with a heat/cool thermostat. A heat pump thermostat
should never be used with this product.
Programmable Thermostat
Replacement Filters
Part No.: AIR-FILTER-25PK
The Carrier 52S model replacement air filters come in
packages of 25. The filters save energy by preventing
the evaporator coils from being plugged with dirt and
lint. These economical and sturdy mesh filters may be
washed, vacuumed, and reused. Carrier’s filters meet
original equipment specifications and are factoryauthorized replacement parts.
Easily Replaceable Filters
Energy Management Kit
Part No.: EM-KIT
This field-installed accessory kit allows individual units
to be turned on and off from a remote location. When
installed at a hotel front desk, the kit can help to conserve energy by allowing hotel staff to easily turn off
units when rooms are not occupied.
The kit incorporates Carrier’s Freeze Guard protection
that prevents rooms from freezing during extreme or
extended cold periods. Under these conditions, the Freeze
Guard automatically disables front desk control and
allows the unit to maintain a temperature of at least
50 F in the room. When the room reaches 65 F, the
Freeze Guard feature returns the unit control to the
front desk.
This kit interfaces to most energy management systems. When installed in locations other than the front
desk, the kit can control unit operation by receiving
signals from field-supplied devices such as motion sensors or heat sensing detectors.
Energy Management Kit
Control devices connected to the Energy Management
Kit must have normally open sets of contacts (when
the switch is open, the unit operates). A 24-volt transformer must be field supplied and connected to the
Energy Management Kit. (See typical wiring diagram
on page 41.)
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ORDERING DATA (cont)
Accessory Retrofit Kit for GE
Sleeve
Part No.: GE-RETROFIT-KIT
This kit contains the items that allow owners to install
a 52S chassis into a plastic or metal GE sleeve so that
there is no air leakage or damage to 52S unit components. The Retrofit Kit is an accessory and must be ordered separately from the factory.
To retrofit to a plastic GE sleeve, it is important to remove the rear bottom seal from the sleeve (Figure A).
To retrofit to metal sleeves, remove the metal clip on
the GE mounting rail and install the metal bracket provided in the Retrofit Kit (Figure B).
Both metal and plastic sleeves require placing two foam
baffles (provided in the Retrofit Kit) on the outdoor
condenser coil tube sheets, one baffle on each tube sheet
(Figure C). These baffles must be installed to prevent
air recirculation.
Refer to the installation instructions for complete installation procedures.
IMPORTANT: Be sure that the foam baffles make
a good seal between the grille and outdoor coil tube
sheets. Improper installation of the foam baffles or
neglecting to install them can result in condenser
(outdoor) air recirculation. This will degrade the
unit’s performance and shorten product life. Do not
ignore this step. Carrier does not assume responsibility for costs or damages resulting from misapplication of foam baffles.
GE SLEEVE
BOTTOM SEAL
A. Location of Foam Seal to be Removed from
GE Plastic Sleeve
SLEEVE
GE MOUNTING RAIL
METAL CLIP
SLOT
INSTALLED BRACKET
B. Bracket to be Attached to GE Metal Sleeve
C. Placement of Foam Baffles on Outdoor Coil Tube Sheets
20
Accessory Retrofit Kit For
Amana/Trane Sleeve
Part No.: AM-RETROFIT-KIT
This kit contains the items that allow owners to install
a 52S chassis into an Amana or Trane sleeve so that
there is no air leakage or damage to 52S unit components. The kit includes a bracket, foam baffles, screws,
side angles, a foam seal, and foam gaskets. The retrofit kit is an accessory and must be ordered separately
from the factory.
The installation requires adding a bracket (Figure A)
to the wall sleeve to ensure that the chassis will be
level when it is placed in the metal sleeve. Attach foam
seal to front of sleeve as shown in Figure A. Two foam
baffles (provided in the Retrofit Kit) are placed on the
outdoor condenser coil tube sheets, one baffle on each
tube sheet (Figure B). These baffles must be installed
to prevent air recirculation. Foam gaskets (Figure C)
added to the basepan prevent water leakage.
Refer to the installation instructions for complete installation procedures.
IMPORTANT: Be sure that the foam baffles make
a good seal between the grille and outdoor coil tube
sheets. Improper installation of the foam baffles or
neglecting to install them can result in condenser
(outdoor) air recirculation. This will degrade the
unit’s performance and shorten product life. Do not
ignore this step. Carrier does not assume responsibility for costs or damages resulting from misapplication of foam baffles.
SLEEVE
INSTALLED
BRACKET
ATTACHED
FOAM SEAL
A. Bracket Attached to Amana/Trane Metal Sleeve
B. Foam Baffles Attached on Outdoor Coil Tube Sheets
BASEPAN
NOTCH
LOCATION (2)
GASKETS
(2 EACH SIDE)
C. Gaskets Installed onto Basepan
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DIMENSION DRAWINGS AND INSTALLATION
DATA — NEW CONSTRUCTION
TYPICAL WALL INSTALLATION
Proper building practices must be used when constructing a wall opening to support a PTAC wall sleeve and
chassis.
If practices are unknown, consult your local architect
or building contractor.
Installed wall sleeve must be level from side to side
and front to back.
NOTES:
1. Sleeve can be flush mounted to floor, but front panel may
have to be notched to accommodate service cord (except
when subbase is used).
2. Remote control models 52S series ‘‘RC’’ units use
low voltage connections (24 volt) qualified with a
HH01AD045 manual changeover heat/cool thermostat.
(Subbase included.)
52S Dimension Drawing
22
18" MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM
SLEEVE TO BUILDING WALLS,
SHRUBS, WALKWAY, etc.
Blocking outdoor discharge air could cause premature
failure of unit.
52S Outdoor Discharge Air Circulation
0'-3 3/4"
(95)
ACCESSORY LATERAL
DUCT EXTENSION
(LEFT OR RIGHT)
ADJUSTABLE
AIR DEFLECTOR
ACCESSORY LATERAL
DUCT ADAPTER
ALTERNATE
EXTENSION POSITION
0'-7 1/8"
(181)
LATERAL DUCT EXTENSION
WALL OPENING
OUTSIDE
WALL
0'-6 7/8"
(175)
SEE
NOTE
INSIDE
WALL
REVERSIBLE
AIR GRILLE
WALL
REGISTER
INSIDE
WALL
END CAP
2'-6 3/8"
(772)
AIRFLOW
0'-4 3/8"
(112)
AIRFLOW
AIRFLOW
0'- 3 1/2" (89)
SIDE
EXTENSION
MOUNTING
BRACKET
2'-11 7/8"
(911) MAX.
3'-11 1/4"
(1200) MAX.
7 1/2"
10 1/4"
(260)
NOTE: For all applications with an accessory lateral duct,
sleeve must extend into the room a minimum of one inch.
52S Lateral Duct
23
ACCESSORY
HARD WIRE KIT
JUNCTION BOX
DIMENSION DRAWINGS AND INSTALLATION
DATA — NEW CONSTRUCTION (cont)
Wall Sleeve
Minimum Wall Sleeve Opening
Wall Sleeve Mounting
Wall Sleeve Mounting Dimensions for Standard and
Accessory Grilles
24
Accessory Subbase Electrical Connections
NOTES:
1. For all applications with an accessory subbase:
• Wall sleeve must extend 4 in. minimum into the room
and 31⁄4 in. minimum above the floor.
• Subbase height is adjustable from 31⁄4 in. minimum to
51⁄2 in. maximum above floor (including carpeting).
Refer to wall sleeve installation instructions.
2. Accessory subbase is required for applications where:
• Wall sleeve extends 4 or more inches into the room.
• Wall thickness is less than 2 inches.
52S With Subbase
25
DIMENSION DRAWINGS AND INSTALLATION
DATA — NEW CONSTRUCTION (cont)
NOTES:
1. Sleeve may be flush mounted to floor, but front panel may
have to be notched to accommodate service cord.
2. If more than 4 in. of sleeve projects into room, an accessory subbase must be used for support.
3. For walls 2 in. thick or less, an accessory subbase must
be used for support.
Typical Wall Installation
NOTES:
1. To permit outdoor grille to be attached to and supported
by unit sleeve, fabricate a sleeve extension so unit sleeve
and baffles can reach outdoor grille. Be sure to provide
flashing for proper condenser runoff to avoid water damage to room interior. Internal or external drain system may
be required.
2. Baffles may be part of the sleeve extension or fixed directly to condenser coil tube sheets.
3. Caulk all joints between sleeve or baffles and opening in
wall.
4. If grille is used on outdoor wall opening, do not install an
additional outdoor grille on unit sleeve.
Typical Deep Wall Installation
26
NOTES:
1. Unit sleeve and sleeve extension (field fabricated) should
be connected before installing in wall opening.
2. Sleeve extension is water bearing. It must be watertight
when installed against unit sleeve. Use quality grade sealant on all butting flanges. Attach both sections with bolts
and nuts or self-tapping screws installed from unit sleeve
to extension. Cut drain slots in front and rear flanges of
extension to line up with drain openings in unit sleeve.
3. Install 2 center baffles inside sleeve extension to prevent recirculation of outdoor air circuit.
4. Leave 3⁄8-in. roomside projection of extension and 1⁄4-in.
outdoor projection of sleeve. This allows for unit casing
clearance to finished wall plus ample edging to apply
weather sealant between unit sleeve/extension assembly and wall opening.
5. Paint sleeve extension and seal corner and lap joints;
clear all drain holes of excess sealant, paint, etc., to permit free drainage.
6. Install quality flashing under unit sleeve and extension
using quality sealant between flashing and wall.
7. Install unit casing/extension assembly following standard practices. Seal assembly to wall on all 4 sides, indoors and outdoors.
8. Make provision for a condensate drain extension tube
for routing excess condensate from the wall sleeve through
the sleeve extension to the building exterior.
9. Attach grille to the outside of the sleeve extension
(using field-supplied fasteners).
10. Seal any gaps between grille and sleeve extension on
all sides.
Wall Sleeve and Sleeve Extension (All Models; Field Fabricated)
Typical Curtain Wall Installation (All Models)
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PRODUCT DATA
PERFORMANCE AND ELECTRICAL DATA
MODEL 52SQ (230/208V)
MODEL
NUMBER
52SQD207---3
52SQD307---3
52SQD209---3
52SQD309---3
52SQC212---3
52SQC312---3
52SQC512---3
52SQC214---3
52SQC314---3
52SQC514---3
MODEL
NUMBER
52SQD207---3
52SQD307---3
52SQD209---3
52SQD309---3
52SQC212---3
52SQC312---3
52SQC512---3
52SQC214---3
52SQC314---3
52SQC514---3
CAPACITY* (Btuh)
AMPS
WATTS
VOLTAGE
HEATER
Heating
EER
COP†
RANGE
kW
Cooling
Cooling Heating**
Cooling
Heating
(Volts)
Rev. Cyc.
Electric
7,100/ 6,900 6,100/ 6,000 7,800/ 6,400
2.3
10.5/10.5 3.1/3.1
2.9/3.1 10.6/ 9.6
675/ 655 2440/2040
253-198
7,100/ 6,900 6,100/ 6,000 11,600/ 9,500
3.4
10.5/10.5 3.1/3.1
2.9/3.1 15.4/14.2
675/ 655 3540/2990
8,800/ 8,600 7,900/ 7,800 7,800/ 6,400
2.3
9.5/ 9.5 2.8/2.8
4.4/4.7 10.9/ 9.8
925/ 905 2510/2070
253-187
8,800/ 8,600 7,900/ 7,800 11,600/ 9,500
3.4
9.5/ 9.5 2.8/2.8
4.4/4.7 15.7/14.4
925/ 905 3610/3020
12,000/11,800 10,700/10,600 7,800/ 6,400
2.3
9.0/ 9.0 2.8/2.8
5.8/6.2 11.0/ 9.9 1275/1255 2500/2075
12,000/11,800 10,700/10,600 11,600/ 9,500
3.4
9.0/ 9.0 2.8/2.8 253-198 5.8/6.2 15.8/14.5 1275/1255 3600/3025
12,000/11,800 10,700/10,600 16,900/13,600
5.0
9.0/ 9.0 2.8/2.8
5.8/6.2 22.7/20.0 1275/1255 5200/4175
13,500/13,200 11,000/11,000 7,800/ 6,400
2.3
8.8/ 8.8 2.6/2.6
6.9/7.4 10.9/ 9 .8 1530/1500 2510/2070
13,500/13,200 11,000/11,000 11,600/ 9,500
3.4
8.8/ 8.8 2.6/2.6 253-187 6.9/7.4 15.7/14.4 1530/1500 3610/3020
13,500/13,200 11,000/11,000 16,900/13,600
5.0
8.8/ 8.8 2.6/2.6
6.9/7.4 22.6/19.9 1530/1500 5210/4170
POWER
FACTOR
(%)
FAN MOTOR
Full Load Indoor CFM
Horsepower
Amps
HI/LO
97
1/15
0.6
280/200
95
1/8
0.78
350/300
98
1/6
1.0
380/310
98
1/8
0.78
350/300
MAX FUSE
SIZE
(Amp)
MIN.
CIRCUIT
(Amp)
RECEPTACLE
TYPE
15
20
15
20
15
20
30
15
20
30
13.1
19.1
13.4
19.4
12.3
18.0
24.9
13.4
19.4
28.0
A
B
A
B
A
B
C
A
B
C
R-22
CHARGE
(oz)
DEHUMIDIFICATION
(Pints/Hr)
APPROX.
SHIP WT.
(lb)
24
1.3
125
26
2.3
128
34
3.3
129
37
4.3
130
LEGEND
EER — Energy Efficiency Ratio
*Rated in accordance with ARI Standard 310/380-93.
†Coefficient of Performance (COP) at 47 F outdoor ambient temperature.
**Electric resistance heater power and fan motor power.
RECEPTACLES AND FUSE TYPES
UNIT NAMEPLATE VOLTAGE
OUTLET RATED VOLTS/AMPS
230/208
250/20
250/15
250/30
OUTLET BLADE CONFIGURATION
A
FEMALE RECEPTACLE MANUFACTURER’S
PART NO.
Hubbell
P&S
GE
Arrow-Hart
NEMA CONFIGURATION
TIME DELAY FUSE OR HACR
CIRCUIT BREAKER (AMPS)
HEATER (KILOWATTS)
5661
5661
GE4069-1
5661
6-15R
5461
5871
GE4182-1
5861
6-20R
9330
5930
GE4139-3
5700
6-30R
15
20*
30
2.3
3.4
5.0
LEGEND
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration
NEMA — National Electrical Manufacturers Association
*May be used for 15-amp applications if fused for 15 amps.
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B
PERFORMANCE AND ELECTRICAL DATA
MODEL 52SQ (265V)
MODEL
NUMBER
52SQD207---4
52SQD307---4
52SQD209---4
52SQD309---4
52SQC212---4
52SQC312---4
52SQC512---4
52SQC214---4
52SQC314---4
52SQC514---4
MODEL
NUMBER
52SQD207---4
52SQD307---4
52SQD209---4
52SQD309---4
52SQC212---4
52SQC312---4
52SQC512---4
52SQC214---4
52SQC314---4
52SQC514---4
CAPACITY* (Btuh)
Heating
Cooling
Rev. Cycle Electric
7,100
6,000
7,800
7,100
6,000
11,600
8,800
7,900
7,800
8,800
7,900
11,600
12,000
11,000
7,800
12,000
11,000
11,600
12,000
11,000
17,000
13,500
11,000
7,800
13,500
11,000
11,600
13,500
11,000
17,000
HEATER
kW
EER
COP†
2.3
3.4
2.3
3.4
2.3
3.4
5.0
2.3
3.4
5.0
10.5
10.5
9.5
9.5
9.0
9.0
9.0
8.8
8.8
8.8
2.9
2.9
2.8
2.8
2.8
2.8
2.8
2.7
2.7
2.7
FAN MOTOR
POWER
Full
Indoor
FACTOR
Horsepower Load
CFM
%
Amps HI/LO
97
1/15
0.56
280/200
98
1/8
0.7
350/300
98
1/6
0.8
380/310
98
1/8
0.7
350/300
AMPS
VOLT
RANGE
WATTS
Cooling
Heating**
Cooling
Heating
2.9
2.9
3.9
3.9
5.2
5.2
5.2
5.9
5.9
5.9
9.3
13.4
9.4
13.5
9.5
13.6
19.7
9.5
13.6
19.7
675
675
938
938
1333
1333
1333
1535
1535
1535
2435
3535
2435
3535
2508
3608
5208
2505
3605
5205
292-239
MAX. FUSE
MIN.
RECEPR-22
DEHUMIDI- APPROX.
SIZE
CIRCUIT TACLE CHARGE FICATION CHASSIS
WT
(Amps)
AMPS TYPE††
(oz)
(Pints/Hr) SHIP
(lb)
15
11.6
A
26
3.00
125
20
16.8
B
15
11.6
A
26
2.33
128
20
16.8
B
15
11.8
A
20
16.9
B
34
3.40
129
25
24.5
C
15
11.7
A
20
16.8
B
37
4.20
130
25
24.5
C
LEGEND
EER — Energy Efficiency Ratio
*Rated in accordance with ARI Standard 310/380-93.
†Coefficient of Performance (COP) at 47 F outdoor ambient temperature.
**Electric resistance heater power and fan motor power.
††All 265V units require either the Accessory Hard-Wire Kit or the Accessory
Cord-Connected Kit for installation. Use of the Accessory Cord-Connected
Kit requires the installation of the Subbase along with a field-supplied receptacle. Receptacle configurations of the Accessory Cord-Connected Kit are
shown at right.
RECEPTACLES AND FUSE TYPES
UNIT NAMEPLATE VOLTAGE
OUTLET RATED VOLTS/AMPS
265
277/20
277/15
277/30
OUTLET BLADE CONFIGURATION
FEMALE RECEPTACLE MANUFACTURER’S
PART NO.
Arrow-Hart
Hubbell
Eagle
NEMA CONFIGURATION
TIME DELAY FUSE OR HACR
CIRCUIT BREAKER (AMPS)
HEATER (KILOWATTS)
A
B
5302
—
834B-BOX
7-15R
7621
—
384B-BOX
7-20R
5795N
9315
—
7-30R
15
20
30
2.3
3.4
5.0
LEGEND
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration
NEMA — National Electrical Manufacturers Association
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PRODUCT DATA (cont)
PERFORMANCE AND ELECTRICAL DATA
MODEL 52SE (230/208V)
MODEL
NUMBER
52SEE207---3
52SEE307---3
52SEE209---3
52SEE309---3
52SEC212---3
52SEC312---3
52SEC512---3
52SEC214---3
52SEC314---3
52SEC514---3
MODEL
NUMBER
52SEE207---3
52SEE307---3
52SEE209---3
52SEE309---3
52SEC212---3
52SEC312---3
52SEC512---3
52SEC214---3
52SEC314---3
52SEC514---3
CAPACITY* (Btuh)
AMPS
WATTS
HEATER VOLTAGE
EER
kW
RANGE Cooling Heating†
Cooling
Heating
Cooling
Heating
7,100/ 7,000 7,800/ 6,400 11.0/11.1
2.3
2.8/3.0 10.6/ 9.6 645/ 628 2440/2040
253-198
7,100/ 7,000 11,600/ 9,500 11.0/11.1
3.4
2.8/3.0 15.4/14.2 645/ 628 3540/2990
9,100/ 9,100 7,800/ 6,400 9.3/ 9.3
2.3
4.4/4.6 10.8/ 9.9 979/ 979 2440/2025
9,100/ 9,100 11,600/ 9,500 9.3/ 9.3
3.4
4.4/4.6 15.6/14.5 979/ 979 3540/2975
11,800/11,600 7,800/ 6,400 9.0/ 9.0
2.3
5.9/6.3 11.0/ 9.9 1310/1288 2500/2075
11,800/11,600 11,600/ 9,500 9.0/ 9.0
3.4
5.9/6.3 15.8/14.5 1310/1288 3600/3025
253-187
11,800/11,600 16,900/13,600 9.0/ 9.0
5.0
5.9/6.3 22.7/20.0 1310/1288 5200/4175
13,500/13,200 7,800/ 6,400 8.8/ 8.8
2.3
6.8/7.3 10.9/ 9.8 1530/1500 2510/2070
13,500/13,200 11,600/ 9,500 8.8/ 8.8
3.4
6.8/7.3 15.7/14.4 1530/1500 3610/3020
13,500/13,200 16,900/13,600 8.8/ 8.8
5.0
6.8/7.3 22.6/19.9 1530/1500 5210/4170
FAN MOTOR
POWER
Full
Indoor
FACTOR
Horsepower Load
CFM
(%)
Amps HI/LO
97
1/15
0.6
280/200
97
1/8
0.78
350/300
98
1/6
1.0
380/310
98
1/8
0.78
350/300
MAX.
MIN.
RECEPR-22
DEHUMIDIFI- APPROX.
FUSE CIRCUIT
TACLE
CHARGE
CATION
SHIP WT.
SIZE
TYPE
(oz)
(Pints/Hr)
(lb)
(Amps) (Amps)
15
13.1
A
23
1.3
128
20
19.1
B
15
13.3
A
27
2.1
120
20
19.3
B
15
13.5
A
20
19.5
B
36
3.5
129
30
27.6
C
15
13.5
A
20
19.5
B
35
4.7
129
30
27.6
C
LEGEND
EER — Energy Efficiency Ratio
*Rated in accordance with ARI Standard 310/380-93.
†Electric resistance heater power and fan motor power.
RECEPTACLES AND FUSE TYPES
UNIT NAMEPLATE VOLTAGE
OUTLET RATED VOLTS/AMPS
230/208
250/20
250/15
250/30
OUTLET BLADE CONFIGURATION
A
FEMALE RECEPTACLE MANUFACTURER’S
PART NO.
Hubbell
P&S
GE
Arrow-Hart
NEMA CONFIGURATION
TIME DELAY FUSE OR HACR
CIRCUIT BREAKER (AMPS)
HEATER (KILOWATTS)
5661
5661
GE4069-1
5661
6-15R
5461
5871
GE4182-1
5861
6-20R
9330
5930
GE4139-3
5700
6-30R
15
20*
30
2.3
3.4
5.0
LEGEND
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration
NEMA — National Electrical Manufacturers Association
*May be used for 15-amp applications if fused for 15 amps.
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B
PERFORMANCE AND ELECTRICAL DATA
MODEL 52SE (265V)
MODEL
NUMBER
52SED207---4
52SED307---4
52SEE209---4
52SEE309---4
52SEC212---4
52SEC312---4
52SEC512---4
52SEC214---4
52SEC314---4
52SEC514---4
MODEL
NUMBER
52SED207---4
52SED307---4
52SEE209---4
52SEE309---4
52SEC212---4
52SEC312---4
52SEC512---4
52SEC214---4
52SEC314---4
52SEC514---4
CAPACITY* (Btuh)
Cooling
Heating
7,100
7,800
7,100
11,600
9,100
7,800
9,100
11,600
12,000
7,800
12,000
11,600
12,000
17,000
13,700
7,800
13,700
11,600
13,700
17,000
EER
HEATER
kW
11.0
11.0
9.5
9.5
9.2
9.2
9.2
9.0
9.0
9.0
2.3
3.4
2.3
3.4
2.3
3.4
5.0
2.3
3.4
5.0
FAN MOTOR
Full Load Indoor
CFM
Amps
HI/LO
POWER
FACTOR
%
Hp
94
1/15
0.56
280/200
95
1/8
0.7
350/300
99
1/6
0.8
380/310
98
1/8
0.7
350/300
VOLT
RANGE
COOLING
(Amps)
HEATING†
(Amps)
COOLING
(Watts)
HEATING
(Watts)
292-239
2.7
2.7
3.8
3.8
5.2
5.2
5.2
5.9
5.9
5.9
9.3
13.4
9.4
13.5
9.5
13.6
19.7
9.5
13.6
19.7
645
645
958
958
1304
1304
1304
1522
1522
1522
2435
3535
2435
3535
2508
3608
5208
2505
3605
5205
MAX.
MIN.
RECEPR-22
APPROX.
FUSE CIRCUIT
TACLE CHARGE DEHUMIDIFICACHASSIS
SIZE
TION
(Pints/Hr)
TYPE**
(oz)
SHIP WT (lb)
(Amps) AMPS
15
11.5
A
23
1.3
125
20
16.6
B
15
11.6
A
27
2.1
120
20
16.7
B
15
11.7
A
20
16.8
B
36
3.4
129
25
24.8
C
15
11.7
A
20
16.8
B
35
4.7
130
25
24.4
C
LEGEND
EER — Energy Efficiency Ratio
*Rated in accordance with ARI Standard 310/380-93.
†Electric resistance heater power and fan motor power.
**All 265V units require either the Accessory Hard-Wire Kit or the Accessory
Cord-Connected Kit for installation. Use of the Accessory Cord-Connected
Kit requires the installation of the Subbase along with a field-supplied receptacle. Receptacle configurations of the Accessory Cord-Connected Kit are
shown at right.
RECEPTACLES AND FUSE TYPES
UNIT NAMEPLATE VOLTAGE
OUTLET RATED VOLTS/AMPS
265
277/20
277/15
277/30
OUTLET BLADE CONFIGURATION
FEMALE RECEPTACLE MANUFACTURER’S
PART NO.
Arrow-Hart
Hubbell
Eagle
NEMA CONFIGURATION
TIME DELAY FUSE OR HACR
CIRCUIT BREAKER (AMPS)
HEATER (KILOWATTS)
A
B
5302
—
834B-BOX
7-15R
7621
—
834B-BOX
7-20R
5795N
9315
—
7-30R
15
20
30
2.3
3.4
5.0
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration
NEMA — National Electrical Manufacturers Association
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PRODUCT DATA (cont)
PERFORMANCE AND ELECTRICAL DATA
MODEL 52SC (230/208V)
MODEL
NO.
52SCD007---3
52SCE009---3
52SCD012---3
52SCC014---3
MODEL
NO.
52SCD007---3
52SCE009---3
52SCD012---3
52SCC014---3
COOLING
CAPACITY*
(Btuh)
7,100/ 7,000
9,100/ 9,100
11,800/11,600
13,500/13,200
EER
11.0/11.1
9.3/ 9.3
9.0/ 9.0
8.8/ 8.8
VOLT
RANGE
AMPS
COOLING
WATTS
COOLING
253-198
2.8/3.0
4.4/4.6
5.9/6.3
6.8/7.3
645/628
979/979
1,310/1,288
1,530/1,500
253-187
253-198
MODEL
NO.
Horsepower
52SCD007---3
52SCE009---3
52SCC012---3
52SCC014---3
1/15
1/8
1/6
1/8
MAX. FUSE
SIZE
(AMPS)
MIN.
CIRCUIT
AMPS
15
5.0
6.7
7.4
10.5
FAN MOTOR
Full Load
Amps
0.6
0.78
1.0
0.78
POWER
FACTOR
%
97
97
98
98
Indoor CFM
HI/LO
280/200
350/300
380/310
350/300
RECEPTACLE
TYPE
R-22
CHARGE
(oz)
DEHUMIDIFICATION
(Pints/Hr)
A
23
27
36
35
1.3
2.1
3.3
4.3
APPROX.
CHASSIS
SHIP WT.
(lb)
125
120
129
130
LEGEND
EER — Energy Efficiency Ratio
*Rated in accordance with ARI Standard 310/380-93.
RECEPTACLES AND FUSE TYPES
UNIT NAMEPLATE VOLTAGE
OUTLET RATED VOLTS/AMPS
230/208
250/20
250/15
250/30
OUTLET BLADE
CONFIGURATION
A
FEMALE RECEPTACLE
MFG. PART NO.
Hubbell
P&S
GE
Arrow-Hart
TIME-DELAY FUSE OR HACR
CIRCUIT BREAKER (AMPS)
5661
5661
GE4069-1
5661
5461
5871
GE4182-1
5861
9330
5930
GE4139-3
5700
15
20*
30
LEGEND
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration
*May be used for 15-amp applications if fused for 15 amps.
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B
PERFORMANCE AND ELECTRICAL DATA
MODEL 52SC (265V)
MODEL
NO.
52SCD007---4
52SCE009---4
52SCC012---4
52SCC014---4
MODEL
NO.
52SCD007---4
52SCE009---4
52SCC012---3
52SCC014---3
COOLING
CAPACITY*
(Btuh)
7,100
9,100
12,000
13,700
EER
11.0
9.5
9.2
9.0
VOLT
RANGE
AMPS
COOLING
WATTS
COOLING
292-239
2.7
3.8
5.2
5.9
645
958
1,304
1,522
MODEL
NO.
Horsepower
52SCD007---4
52SCE009---4
52SCC012---4
52SCC014---4
1/15
1/8
1/6
1/8
MAX. FUSE
SIZE
(Amps)
MIN.
CIRCUIT
AMPS
15
4.0
5.6
6.5
8.1
FAN MOTOR
Full Load
Amps
0.56
0.7
0.8
0.7
POWER
FACTOR
%
94
95
99
98
Indoor CFM
HI/LO
280/200
350/300
380/310
350/250
RECEPTACLE
TYPE†
R-22
CHARGE
(oz)
DEHUMIDIFICATION
(Pints/Hr)
A
23
27
36
35
3.0
2.1
3.4
4.2
APPROX.
CHASSIS
SHIP WT.
(lb)
125
120
129
130
LEGEND
EER — Energy Efficiency Ratio
*Rated in accordance with ARI Standard 310/380-93.
†All 265-v units require Accessory Hard-Wire Kit or the
Accessory Cord-Connected Kit for installation. Use of the
Accessory Cord-Connected Kit requires the installation of
the Subbase, along with a field-supplied receptacle. Receptacle configurations of the Accessory Cord-Connected Kit
are shown at right.
RECEPTACLES AND FUSE TYPES
UNIT NAMEPLATE
VOLTAGE
OUTLET RATED VOLTS/AMPS
265
277/15
277/20
277/30
OUTLET BLADE CONFIGURATION
FEMALE RECEPTACLE
MFG. PART NO.
Hubbell
Eagle
TIME-DELAY FUSE OR HACR
CIRCUIT BREAKER (AMPS)
A
B
—
834B-BOX
—
834B-BOX
9315
—
15
20
30
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration
33
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PRODUCT DATA (cont)
EXPANDED RATINGS DATA
COOLING PERFORMANCE — 52SC, SE, SQ 7000 AND 9000 BTU MODELS
(230 AND 265 V)
ALL 7000 NOMINAL BTUH MODELS
ALL 9000 NOMINAL BTUH MODELS
Evaporator entering air temp. — 80 F Evap. air — 280 CFM
Evaporator entering air temp. — 80 F Evap. air — 300 CFM
TEMP. (F) AIR ENT.
COND. (40% RH)
MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
80
85
90
95
100
105
110
115
57.00
7.11
0.58
2.06
6.92
0.61
2.17
6.74
0.64
2.28
6.56
0.66
2.39
6.33
0.69
2.53
6.11
0.73
2.66
5.90
0.75
2.79
5.66
0.79
2.92
EVAP. AIR — EWB (F)
62.00
67.00
72.00
7.12
7.86
8.79
0.58
0.57
0.57
2.06
2.02
1.98
6.94
7.64
8.55
0.61
0.60
0.59
2.16
2.12
2.08
6.73
7.40
8.29
0.64
0.63
0.62
2.29
2.23
2.20
6.62
7.17
8.02
0.67
0.65
0.65
2.41
2.34
2.32
6.32
6.88
7.77
0.70
0.68
0.67
2.53
2.47
2.44
6.12
6.59
7.51
0.72
0.71
0.70
2.65
2.61
2.56
5.90
6.32
7.20
0.75
0.74
0.73
2.78
2.74
2.70
5.67
6.03
6.86
0.78
0.77
0.77
2.92
2.87
2.85
TEMP. (F) AIR ENT.
COND. (40% RH)
80
85
90
95
100
105
110
115
MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
57.00
8.81
0.81
5.76
8.70
0.84
6.09
8.54
0.88
6.47
8.39
0.92
6.84
8.19
0.96
7.16
8.00
0.99
7.48
7.80
1.03
7.79
7.60
1.07
8.09
EVAP. AIR — EWB (F)
62.00
67.00
72.00
9.00
9.69
10.00
0.80
0.79
0.77
5.72
5.60
5.38
8.86
9.59
10.00
0.84
0.83
0.81
6.12
5.96
5.78
8.70
9.47
9.99
0.88
0.87
0.85
6.47
6.36
6.13
8.54
9.34
9.96
0.92
0.91
0.88
6.83
6.76
6.48
8.30
9.16
9.86
0.96
0.95
0.93
7.15
7.11
6.90
8.06
8.97
9.77
0.99
0.99
0.98
7.47
7.47
7.32
7.82
8.75
9.59
1.03
1.03
1.02
7.79
7.79
7.71
7.59
8.52
9.39
1.07
1.07
1.07
8.11
8.09
8.07
COOLING PERFORMANCE — 52SC, SE, SQ 12,000 AND 14,000 BTU MODELS
(230 AND 265 V)
ALL 12,000 NOMINAL BTUH MODELS
ALL 14,000 NOMINAL BTUH MODELS
Evaporator entering air temp. — 80 F Evap. air — 370 CFM
Evaporator entering air temp. — 80 F Evap. air — 320 CFM
TEMP. (F) AIR ENT.
COND. (40% RH)
MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
80
85
90
95
100
105
110
115
EWB
I
kW
MBtuh
RH
—
—
—
—
—
57.00
11.10
1.15
7.63
10.70
1.20
8.04
10.30
1.25
8.50
9.92
1.31
8.96
9.51
1.36
9.38
9.11
1.41
9.79
8.71
1.46
10.20
8.32
1.51
10.50
EVAP. AIR — EWB (F)
62.00
67.00
72.00
11.70
13.40
15.30
1.15
1.16
1.16
7.63
7.70
7.66
11.30
12.90
14.80
1.20
1.21
1.21
8.04
8.13
8.11
10.70
12.40
14.30
1.25
1.26
1.26
8.48
8.57
8.54
10.20
11.80
13.80
1.30
1.31
1.31
8.93
9.00
8.96
9.66
11.30
13.20
1.35
1.36
1.36
9.35
9.39
9.43
9.13
10.70
12.50
1.41
1.41
1.42
9.78
9.78
9.89
8.71
10.10
11.90
1.46
1.46
1.48
10.20
10.10
10.30
8.24
9.46
11.20
1.52
1.51
1.53
10.60
10.60
10.70
TEMP. (F) AIR ENT.
COND. (40% RH)
80
85
90
95
100
105
110
115
LEGEND
Entering Wet Bulb
Compressor Current Amps
Total Power
Total Cooling Capacity
Relative Humidity
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MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
MBtuh
kW
I
57.00
11.90
1.41
7.89
11.70
1.48
8.28
11.40
1.53
8.64
11.20
1.59
9.00
10.90
1.65
9.40
10.70
1.72
9.79
10.40
1.78
10.20
10.10
1.85
10.70
EVAP. AIR — EWB (F)
62.00
67.00
72.00
13.10
14.10
14.90
1.38
1.34
1.31
7.71
7.49
7.28
12.90
13.90
14.90
1.45
1.41
1.37
8.11
7.87
7.67
12.60
13.70
14.70
1.52
1.48
1.44
8.55
8.28
8.06
12.40
13.50
14.50
1.59
1.55
1.50
8.99
8.70
8.44
12.00
13.20
14.20
1.66
1.62
1.57
9.42
9.19
8.88
11.70
13.00
13.90
1.72
1.70
1.64
9.85
9.67
9.32
11.30
12.70
14.00
1.79
1.78
1.73
10.30
10.20
9.89
11.00
12.50
14.10
1.85
1.86
1.82
10.70
10.80
10.50
EXPANDED RATINGS DATA (cont)
HEAT PUMP HEATING PERFORMANCE*
MODEL 52SQ (230V)
OUTDOOR
TEMP
(F)
70
65
60
55
50
47
(RATING POINT)
45
40
35
Btuh
9,290
8,510
7,960
7,280
6,790
7000 Nominal Btuh
Amps
2.4
2.3
2.2
2.2
2.2
Watts
657
648
632
622
607
Btuh
11,300
10,700
9,860
9,130
8,320
9000 Nominal Btuh
Amps
4.8
4.6
4.4
4.2
4.0
6,100
2.1
597
7,900
3.9
840
6,050
5,550
4,930
2.1
2.1
2.0
590
583
577
7,680
6,990
6,430
3.8
3.6
3.5
825
785
755
Watts
1,040
1,000
950
905
860
*Heat pump performance is based on 70 F indoor temperature.
HEAT PUMP HEATING PERFORMANCE (cont)
MODEL 52SQ (230V)
OUTDOOR
TEMP
(F)
70
65
60
55
50
47
(RATING POINT)
45
40
35
Btuh
15,400
14,500
13,300
12,500
11,400
12,000 Nominal Btuh
Amps
7.2
6.9
6.4
6.1
5.7
Watts
1,630
1,530
1,430
1,350
1,270
Btuh
13,957
13,521
13,155
12,575
12,000
14,000 Nominal Btuh
Amps
6.2
6.2
6.2
6.1
6.1
Watts
1,357
1,359
1,350
1,340
1,316
10,700
5.5
1,240
11,000
6.0
1,310
10,600
9,620
8,880
5.4
5.1
4.8
1,210
1,140
1,090
10,900
10,820
10,111
5.9
5.8
5.7
1,290
1,263
1,239
*Heat pump performance is based on 70 F indoor temperature.
COOLING SENSIBLE HEAT FACTORS (SHF) AT 80 F INDOOR DB
MODEL
52SE,SQ
(230 v)
7,000
Nominal
Btuh
Models
9,000
Nominal
Btuh
Models
12,000
Nominal
Btuh
Models
14,000
Nominal
Btuh
Models
INDOOR
WB
(F)
57
62
67
72
57
62
67
72
57
62
67
72
57
62
67
72
OUTDOOR AMBIENT DB TEMPERATURE (F)
80
85
90
95
100
105
110
115
1.00
0.99
0.77
0.54
1.00
0.92
0.69
0.51
1.00
0.91
0.68
0.50
1.00
0.79
0.63
0.48
1.00
1.00
0.78
0.54
1.00
0.94
0.70
0.51
1.00
0.91
0.69
0.50
1.00
0.80
0.63
0.48
1.00
1.00
0.79
0.55
1.00
0.95
0.71
0.51
1.00
0.94
0.70
0.50
1.00
0.80
0.63
0.48
1.00
1.00
0.80
0.56
1.00
0.96
0.72
0.52
1.00
0.96
0.72
0.51
1.00
0.86
0.67
0.49
1.00
1.00
0.82
0.56
1.00
0.97
0.73
0.52
1.00
0.98
0.73
0.51
1.00
0.83
0.64
0.49
1.00
1.00
0.83
0.57
1.00
0.99
0.74
0.53
1.00
1.00
0.75
0.52
1.00
0.84
0.64
0.49
1.00
1.00
0.86
0.58
1.00
1.00
0.76
0.53
1.00
1.00
0.77
0.53
1.00
0.85
0.65
0.49
1.00
1.00
0.88
0.59
1.00
1.00
0.77
0.54
1.00
1.00
0.79
0.54
1.00
0.86
0.66
0.49
DB — Dry Bulb
WB — Wet Bulb
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PRODUCT DATA (cont)
INDOOR SOUND DATA
The table below indicates the approximate indoor sound
level of a 52S unit. Tests were conducted in the
Carrier Sound Testing Laboratory according to ARI
(Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute) Noise
Rating Standard 300 for non-ducted indoor airconditioning equipment.
INDOOR SOUND ESTIMATING TABLE — ARI 300 NR (BELS)
OPERATING
MODE
FAN
LO COOL
HI COOL
LO HEAT
HI HEAT
NOMINAL SIZES (Btuh)
VOLTS
230
208
265
230
208
265
230
208
265
230
208
265
230
208
265
7,000
5.2
4.9
4.7
5.6
5.3
5.3
6.1
6.0
5.6
5.6
5.3
5.2
6.1
6.0
5.6
52SQ
9,000
12,000
5.2
6.2
4.9
6.1
5.7
5.8
5.6
5.9
5.5
5.8
6.0
5.8
6.1
6.4
6.0
6.3
6.3
6.4
5.9
6.2
5.6
6.1
6.0
5.7
6.1
6.4
6.0
6.3
6.3
6.3
14,000
6.4
6.3
6.0
6.1
6.0
5.7
6.8
6.7
6.2
6.5
6.4
6.0
6.6
6.5
6.1
7,000
5.1
4.8
4.7
5.5
5.2
5.4
6.0
5.9
5.7
5.1
4.8
4.7
5.5
5.3
5.5
52SE,SC
9,000
12,000
5.8
6.2
5.8
6.1
5.8
5.6
5.9
5.9
5.7
5.8
5.8
5.9
6.2
6.6
6.1
6.5
6.2
6.4
5.8
6.2
5.5
6.1
5.8
5.6
6.1
6.3
6.0
6.3
6.1
6.3
14,000
6.4
6.3
5.9
6.1
6.0
5.5
6.6
6.5
6.2
6.4
6.3
5.9
6.1
6.0
6.1
ARI 300 NR — ARI Standard 300 Noise Rating in bels
OUTDOOR SOUND ESTIMATING TABLE — ARI 300 NR (BELS)
OPERATING
MODE
FAN
LO COOL
HI COOL
LO HEAT
HI HEAT
NOMINAL SIZES (Btuh)
VOLTS
230
208
265
230
208
265
230
208
265
230
208
265
230
208
265
7,000
6.0
5.8
5.5
6.5
6.3
6.2
6.7
6.7
6.4
6.5
6.4
6.2
6.8
6.7
6.5
52SQ
9,000
12,000
6.0
6.6
5.8
6.4
6.9
6.1
6.7
7.1
6.5
7.0
7.0
6.3
6.9
7.5
6.9
7.2
7.5
6.9
6.8
7.2
6.7
6.9
7.1
6.2
6.9
7.4
6.8
7.2
7.5
6.9
LEGEND
ARI 300 NR — ARI Standard 300 Noise Rating in bels
NOTE: STC (Sound Transmission Coefficient) for Model 52S Series:
Standard Outdoor Grille — 28
Architectural Grille
— 27
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14,000
7.2
7.1
6.7
7.8
7.7
6.7
8.0
7.9
7.0
7.9
7.8
7.0
8.1
8.0
7.1
7,000
6.0
5.8
5.4
6.5
6.3
6.3
6.8
6.7
6.4
—
—
—
—
—
—
52SE,SC
9,000
12,000
6.7
6.6
6.5
6.4
6.6
6.3
6.8
7.1
6.6
7.0
6.6
6.3
7.1
7.3
7.0
7.1
6.9
6.9
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
14,000
7.2
7.1
6.6
8.0
7.9
6.7
8.0
7.9
6.9
—
—
—
—
—
—
WIRING DIAGRAMS
CAP
COMP
FM
FCS
HTR
IT
L
OFT
OL
PL
PLS
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
LEGEND
Capacitor
Compressor
Fan Motor
Fan Cycle Switch
Heater
Indoor Thermostat
Power Supply Line
Outdoor Frost Thermostat
Overload
Plug
Primary Limit Switch
RVS
SLS
ST
SW
NOTES:
1. Recommended for use on grounded power supply only.
2. Compressor and fan motor thermally protected.
3. Use copper conductors only.
4. All wiring must conform with NEC (National Electrical Code)
and local codes.
5. Dashed lines indicate components when used.
—
—
—
—
Reversing Valve Solenoid
Secondary Limit Switch
Start Thermistor
Switch
Component Connection (Marked)
Component Connection (Unmarked)
Accessory or Optional Wiring
Factory Wiring
To Indicate Common Potential Only
Not to Represent Wire
52SQ — Typical Wiring Schematic For Standard Units
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WIRING DIAGRAMS (cont)
LEGEND
Component Connection
CAP
— Capacitor
PL
— Plug
(Unmarked)
COMP — Compressor
PLS
— Primary Limit Switch
CR
— Cooling Relay
RVR
— Reversing Valve Relay
Terminal Board Connection
EQUIP — Equipment Ground
RVS
— Reversing Valve Solenoid
Field Control Wiring
GND
SLS
— Secondary Limit Switch
Accessory or Optional Wiring
FM
— Fan Motor
SSS
— Speed Selector Switch
FR
— Fan Relay
ST
— Start Thermistor
Factory Wiring
HR
— Heating Relay
TB
— Terminal Board
To Indicate Common
IFT
— Indoor Frost Thermostat
TRANS — Transformer
Potential Only Not to
L
— Power Supply Line
Component Connection
Represent Wire
OFT
— Outdoor Frost Thermostat
(Marked)
OL
— Overload
NOTES:
5. Dashed lines indicate components when used.
1. Recommended for use on grounded power supply only.
6. Control center uses thermostat part no. HH01AD045 or
2. Compressor and fan motor thermally protected.
equivalent.
3. Use copper conductors only.
7. Field control wire suitable for NEC class 2 control circuit,
4. All wiring must conform with NEC (National Electrical Code)
at 24 volts.
and local codes.
52SQ — Typical Wiring Schematic For Remote Control Units
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LEGEND
CAP
COMP
FCS
FM
HTR
IT
L
OL
PL
PLS
SLS
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Capacitor
Compressor
Fan Cycle Switch
Fan Motor
Heater
Indoor Thermostat
Power Supply Line
Overload
Plug
Primary Limit Switch
Secondary Limit Switch
ST — Start Thermistor
SW — Selector Switch
Component Connection (Marked)
Component Connection (Unmarked)
Accessory or Optional Wiring
Factory Wiring
To Indicate Common Potential Only
Not to Represent Wire
NOTES:
1. Recommended for use on grounded power supply only.
2. Compressor and fan motor thermally protected.
3. Use copper conductors only.
4. All wiring must conform with NEC (National Electrical Code)
and local codes.
5. Dashed lines indicate components when used.
52SE — Typical Wiring Schematic For Standard Units
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WIRING DIAGRAMS (cont)
LEGEND
CAP
COMP
CR
EQUIP
GND
FM
FR
HR
IFT
L
OL
PL
PLS
SLS
SSS
ST
—
—
—
—
Capacitor
Compressor
Cooling Relay
Equipment Ground
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Fan Motor
Fan Relay
Heating Relay
Indoor Frost Thermostat
Power Supply Line
Overload
Plug
Primary Limit Switch
Secondary Limit Switch
Speed Selector Switch
Start Thermistor
TB
— Terminal Board
TRANS — Transformer
Component Connection (Marked)
Component Connection (Unmarked)
Terminal Board Connection
Field Ground Wiring
Field Control Wiring
Accessory or Optional Wiring
Factory Wiring
To Indicate Common Potential Only
Not to Represent Wire
NOTES:
1. Recommended for use on grounded power supply only.
2. Compressor and fan motor thermally protected.
3. Use copper conductors only.
4. All wiring must conform with NEC (National Electrical Code) and
local codes.
5. Dashed lines indicate components when used.
6. Control center uses thermostat part no. HH01AD045 or equivalent.
7. Field control wire suitable for NEC class 2 control circuit, at
24 volts.
52SE — Typical Wiring Schematic For Remote Control Units
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FRONT DESK SWITCH PANEL
24-V
TRANSFORMER
(SEE NOTE)
G
W
G
PTAC #1
G
W
W
PTAC #N
PTAC #2
LEGEND
AWG — American Wire Gage
PTAC — Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner
NOTES:
1. To size transformer, use the following equation:
Quantity of PTAC units x 12 va = Transformer Size (va)
Example: 110 PTAC Units x 12 va = 1320 va Transformer
2. Following are recommended wire sizes:
AWG WIRE SIZE NO.
MAXIMUM LENGTH (ft)
24
400
22
600
20
900
18
1500
16
2000
Typical Wiring Schematic for Energy Management Kit
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GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS
PACKAGED TERMINAL COOLING UNIT
WITH HEAT PUMP OR ELECTRIC HEATING
HVAC Guide Specifications
F. Refrigerant Components:
All piping, compressor, and expansion devices shall
be included.
G. Controls and Safeties:
1. Controls shall consist of pushbutton OFF/FAN/
HEAT/COOL adjustable thermostat with upper
and lower limits, VENT OPEN/CLOSE, and FAN
CYCLE switches. Additional controls for heat
pumps include outdoor coil defrost thermostat.
2. Safeties shall consist of automatic reset overtemperature and overcurrent protection for compressor, inherent, automatic reset over-temperature
protection for fan motor; two over-temperature
protectors for heater.
H. Operating Characteristics:
Unit shall be capable of starting and running at 115 F
ambient outdoor temperature per maximum load
criteria of ARI Standard 310. Compressor with standard controls shall be capable of operation down to
25 F ambient outdoor temperature for heat pump
and 55 F ambient outdoor temperature for cooling.
I. Electrical Requirements:
230/208-Volt: Shall be prewired with one plug to
use with appropriate wall receptacle as specified
on unit nameplate.
265-Volt: Shall be hard-wired or cord-connected
through subbase.
J. Filter:
1. One-piece washable type that filters supply air.
2. One-piece washable type filter in vent door filters outdoor air.
K. Special Features:
Certain standard features are not applicable when
the features designated are specified. Contact
your local Carrier Sales Office for amending
specifications.
1. Factory-installed electric heater for use with
heat pump or heat/cool units
2. RC — Remote control permits unit control from
remote thermostat
3. CP — Corrosion protection provides for extra
paint on control box, partition top cover and
exterior coil
4. Standard grille (aluminum)
5. Architectural grille (plastic or aluminum)
6. Hard-wire kit
7. Drain kit
8. Subbase
9. Wall sleeve
10. Lateral duct kit
11. Energy management accessory kit
12. Cord-connection kit (265 V)
Size Range: Cooling: 7,100 to 13,700 Btuh
Heating: 6,100 to 11,000 Btuh Heat Pump
6,400 to 17,000 Btuh Electric
Carrier Model Numbers: 52SC Cooling Only
Unit
52SE Unit with
Electric Heat
52SQ Heat Pump
Part 1 — General
1.01 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
Single piece, thru-the-wall electrically controlled unit
using hermetic rotary compressor for cooling and
heat pump or electric resistance heat, as shown on
the contract drawings.
1.02 QUALITY ASSURANCE
Unit shall be rated in accordance with ARI Standard 310/380-93 and certified by UL and UL, Canada.
1.03 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
Unit shall be stored and handled per manufacturer’s recommendations.
Part 2 — Products
2.01 EQUIPMENT
A. General:
Factory-assembled, single-piece heating and/or cooling unit. Contained within the unit enclosure shall
be compressor, coils, fans and fan motor, heating
means, controls, all wiring and piping, and a full
refrigerant charge (R-22).
B. Front Panel (supplied with unit) and Wall Sleeve:
Wall sleeve and front panel shall be of plastic material. Front panel to have louvers in front surface.
C. Fans and Motor:
1. Evaporator (indoor) fan shall be a single-inlet
squirrel cage blower with a corrosion-resistant
finish, discharging air upwards. Fan shall be dynamically balanced.
2. Condenser (outdoor) fan shall be a propeller type
with corrosion-resistant finish, discharging air out
the rear of the unit, and shall be dynamically
balanced.
3. Motor shall be totally enclosed, permanently lubricated, and multiple speed.
D. Compressor:
The compressor shall be fully hermetic with internal and external vibration isolation.
E. Coils:
The coils shall have aluminum plate fins mechanically bonded to seamless copper tubes internally
enhanced (grooved) with all joints brazed.
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FULL ONE-YEAR WARRANTY - During the first year after purchase, CARRIER will,
through its authorized independent servicing dealers or service stations*, and free of charge
to the users or subsequent users, repair or replace any parts which are defective in material or workmanship. The replacement part can be a new or remanufactured part as provided at CARRIER’S sole option.
FULL EXTENDED FOUR-YEAR WARRANTY ON SEALED REFRIGERATION
SYSTEM ONLY - During the second through fifth years after date of original purchase,
CARRIER will, through its authorized independent servicing dealers or service stations, and
free of charge to the users or subsequent users, repair or replace the compressor, condenser, evaporator or connecting tubing if defective in material or workmanship. The
replacement part can be a new or remanufactured part as provided at CARRIER’S sole
option.
CARRIER WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR:
1. Damage due to failure to perform maintenance as outlined in the owner’s manual.
2. Instructions on method of control and use of air conditioning unit after initial installation.
3. Damage or repairs needed as consequence of faulty installation or application. This is
the responsibility of the installer.
4. Failure to start due to voltage conditions, blown fuses, open circuit breakers or any
other damage due to the inadequacy or interruption of electrical services.
5. Damage or repairs needed as consequence of any misapplication, abuse unauthorized
alteration, improper servicing or operation.
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LIMITED EXTENDED FOUR-YEAR WARRANTY ON NON-SEALED REFRIGERATION
SYSTEM ONLY - During the second through fifth years after date of original purchase,
CARRIER will, through its authorized independent servicing dealers or service stations, and
free of charge to the users or subsequent users, repair or replace any non-sealed system
part (motor, solenoid, thermistor, thermostat, relays, switch, capacitor, overload, drain valve,
bulb heater, fan, stator) if defective in material or workmanship. The replacement part can
be a new or remanufactured part as provided at CARRIER’S sole option. THIS LIMITED
WARRANTY DOES NOT INCLUDE LABOR, user is responsible for labor, including cost of
diagnosis of problem, removal and transportation of the air conditioner to and from the service center, and reinstallation charges necessary to accomplish repair.
6. Damage as a result of floods, winds, fires, lightning, accidents, or other conditions
beyond the control of CARRIER.
LIMITATION OF WARRANTIES - ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES (INCLUDING IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY) ARE HEREBY LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE
PERIOD FOR WHICH EACH LIMITED WARRANTY IS GIVEN AND APPLIES. SOME
STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY
LASTS, SO THAT THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THE EXPRESSED
WARRANTIES MADE IN THIS WARRANTY ARE EXCLUSIVE AND MAY NOT BE
ALTERED, ENLARGED, OR CHANGED BY ANY DISTRIBUTOR, DEALER, OR OTHER
PERSON WHATSOEVER.
9. CARRIER products installed outside the continental U.S.A., Alaska, Hawaii and
Canada.
ALL WORK UNDER THE TERMS OF THIS WARRANTY SHALL BE PERFORMED DURING NORMAL WORKING HOURS. ALL REPLACEMENT PARTS, WHETHER NEW OR
REMANUFACTURED, ASSUME AS THEIR WARRANTY PERIOD ONLY THE REMAINING
PERIOD OF THIS WARRANTY.
7. Damage as a result of corrosive environment (corrosive environment defined as installation or operation of the product within one mile of a seawater body). EXCEPTION TO
CORROSIVE ENVIRONMENT IN ABOVE PARAGRAPH - Packaged terminal units (52
Series) built with corrosion protection are exempt from the exclusion - “Corrosive
Environment.” The model number is identified on the nameplate with a CP suffix.
8. Reimbursement for replacement parts or or repair services which are not supplied or
designated by CARRIER and which are specifically covered under this warranty.
10. Shipping damage or damage as a result of transporting the unit. This is the
responsibility of the selling dealer or servicing dealer.
11. ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL PROPERTY OR COMMERCIAL
DAMAGE OF ANY NATURE WHATSOEVER. Some states do not allow the exclusion
or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so that above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
NOTE: Service and Maintenance items excluded in this warranty may be covered by a
separate service agreement through the seller at the time of purchase.
* Authorized independent dealers or service stations are registered with Carrier Air Conditioning thru its distributor organization.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
Cat No. 530-105 (New 2/99)
TYPICAL WARRANTY
Carrier 52S
Packaged Terminal
Air Conditioner Warranty
IF YOUR AIR CONDITIONER DOES NOT WORK, FOLLOW THESE STEPS IN ORDER:
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1. CHECK THE THINGS YOU CAN DO YOURSELF.
These include being sure that air conditioner is plugged
firmly in an appropriate receptacle, checking the fuse or
circuit breaker and ensuring its replacement or resetting,
if necessary, and reading the instruction book to ensure
that all controls are set properly. By doing this you can
save money. Many unnecessary service calls result in
the serviceman doing what the owner can do for him or
herself.
2. CONTACT YOUR DEALER OR THE CARRIER
AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER HE RECOMMENDS. They have been set up to handle the great
majority of all possible service problems. The quickest,
surest and best way to get your air conditioner back in
service is to use this step before proceeding further.
3. CONTACT THE CARRIER DISTRIBUTOR SERVICING
YOUR AREA. Your dealer knows the distributor’s name
or you can consult your yellow pages.
4. CONTACT CARRIER IF A SATISFACTORY SOLUTION
IS NOT REACHED IN STEP 2 AND 3.
Carrier Air Conditioning
Consumer Relations Department
Carrier Parkway, P.O. Box 4808
Syracuse, New York 13221
Telephone: 1-800 Carrier (227-7437)
From Canada 1-315-432-7885
TYPICAL WARRANTY (cont)
Carrier Corporation
LITERATURE LIST
FORM NO.
CATALOG NO.
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530-105
Installation/Installation, Operating
and Maintenance Instructions
52S-46SI
535-231
Lateral Duct Kit, P/N LAT-DUCT-PLENUM
P/N EXTENSION-DUCT
52S-42SI
535-221
265-V Cord-Connected Kit,
P/N’s PLUG-265V-15AMP,
PLUG-265V-20AMP,
PLUG-265V-30AMP
52S-38SI
535-217
Drain Kit, P/N DRAIN-KIT-4PK
52S-32SI
535-211
Energy Management (EM) Kit, P/N EM-KIT
52S-44SI
535-229
Hard-Wire Kit, 230 V, P/N H/W-KIT-230V
52S-34SI
535-213
Hard-Wire Kit, 265 V, P/N H/W-KIT-265V
52S-35SI
535-214
Locking Control Door, P/N SECURITY-DOOR
52S-43SI
535-228
Stamped Aluminum Outdoor Grilles,
P/N GRILLE-ALU-STAMP
52S-37SI
535-216
Plastic Architectural Grille,
P/N GRILLE-PLA-BEIGE, -BROWN
52S-33SI
535-212
Aluminum Architectural Grille,
P/N GRILLE-ALU-BEIGE, -BROWN,
-BRONZ, -WHITE
52S-36SI
535-215
Retrofit Kit (For Amana/Trane Sleeve)
P/N AM-RETROFIT-KIT
52S-41SI
535-220
Retrofit Kit (for GE Sleeve),
P/N GE-RETROFIT-KIT
52S-39SI
535-218
Sleeve Insulation Kit,
P/N INSULATION-KIT
52S-45SI
535-230
Subbase, P/N SUB-BASE
52S-40SI
535-219
Wall Sleeve, P/N WALL-SLEEVE-1PK
WALL-SLEEVE-9PK
52S-30SI
535-208
Warranty certificate
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