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EHMG2-610
W30-WG0301-32
MODEL EPAK
ELECTRIC HEAT
MODULE
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
FOR "G" SERIES
FAN COIL UNITS
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NOTE: 10 kW module has only (1) heatsink and is
located on the right-hand side.
NOTICE: Additional working spaces and clearances may be required per Section 110.26 of the
2002 Edition of the National Electric Code. Verify
all applicable clearance requirements and local
codes prior to installation.
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INTRODUCTION......................................................................................................................................................2
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS.............................................................................................................................2
AIR FLOW REQUIREMENTS..................................................................................................................................2
INSTALLATION.....................................................................................................................................................3-4
MAINTENANCE.......................................................................................................................................................3
WIRING....................................................................................................................................................................4
260 NORTH ELM STREET
WESTFIELD, MA 01085
(413) 564-5530 • FAX (413) 564-5815
03/2014
7555 TRANMERE DRIVE
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO L5S 1L4 CANADA
(905) 670-5888 • FAX (905) 670-5782
INTRODUCTION
The following terms are used throughout this manual
to bring attention to the presence of potential hazards
or important information concerning the product:
Indicates an imminently hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, may
result in minor injury or property damage.
Indicates an imminently hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, will
result in death, serious injury or substantial property
damage.
NOTICE: Used to notify of special instructions on
installation, operation or maintenance which are
important to equipment but not related to personal
injury hazards.
Indicates an imminently
hazardous situation which,
if not avoided, could result in death, serious
injury or substantial property damage.
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
NOTICE: Electric Heat Modules cannot be installed
into fan coil units that have been field converted
to a vertical supply air discharge.
These Electric Heat Modules can
only be used in DX horizontal units.
Do not attempt to install in any other product
other than those listed in Table 1.
All wiring must be installed in accordance with the
latest release of the National Electric Code, and any
additional state/local codes. Verify that the electric
heat module is correctly sized to the specified fan
coil unit model number (see Table 1).
Do not install the module if it has
not been sized correctly.
Table 1— Heater Compatibility and Circuit Size
Electric Heat Module
Model Number
Heat Output
@ 240 V
AC-EPAK-10G
230/1/60
208/1/60
10kW
FLA
48
MCA
60
FLA
43
MCA
54
AC-EPAK-15G
15kW
72
90
65
82
ESP-3642G
AC-EPAK-20G
20kW
96
120
87
109
ESP-4860G
AIRFLOW REQUIREMENTS
For proper heat distribution,
minimum airflows must be
maintained as shown in Table 2.
Table 2 — Minimum Airflow Requirements (cfm)
2
Fan Coil Unit
Model Number
Electric Heat Module
Model Number
Nominal
Airflow
Minimum
Airflow
Fan Coil Unit
Model Number
AC-EPAK-10G
550
440
ESP-2430G
AC-EPAK-15G
850
680
ESP-3642G
AC-EPAK-20G
1150
920
ESP-4860G
ESP-2430G
INSTALLATION
Improper installation, alteration,
service or maintenance can cause
property damage, injury or death. Read the installation instructions thoroughly before installing or
servicing this equipment.
Do not alter the Electric Heat
Module in any way or damage to
the unit and/or severe personal injury or death
may occur!
1. Prior to installation, inspect the electric heat
module for damage.
DO NOT INSTALL A DAMAGED HEATER INTO THE
FAN COIL UNIT!
Disconnect power source to the fan
coil unit before installing or servicing
the heater. Failure to do so could result in fatal
electric shock or severe personal injury.
NOTICE: This unit senses the discharge air
temperature and regulates it to a maximum
temperature regardless of the load conditions.
8. Fully insert the heat module assembly into the fan
coil unit carefully, tipping the bracketed end up so
as not to damage the insulation on bottom of unit.
Secure panel to unit with replacement tinnerman
clips and screws provided.
9. Connect line voltage to terminals L1 and L2.
Ensure the respective breaker or fuse ampacity
matches those listed Table 1, or as shown on
wiring diagram located inside heat module.
10. Check ALL wire connections for tightness.
11. Replace electrical control box cover.
ADDITIONAL NOTES:
2. Remove both electrical control box cover and
access panel from the fan coil unit by removing
the nine screws (drain-side).
A. For heat/cool thermostats, it is necessary to
use a thermostat designed to energize the fan
circuit "G".
3. Attach the new access panel to the heat module
using screws provided.
B. To calculate kW at other voltages, use the
following equation:
kW = kW (rated at 240V) X (actual V/240)2
4. Attach the heater support bracket to the end of
coil housing (as illustrated on cover).
5. Insert heat module assembly into fan coil unit,
leaving the module half way out to allow for ease
of wiring.
C. Fan coil unit installed with or without electric
heat module is ETL listed for zero clearance
to combustibles, however, N.E.C. requires
service clearance to electrical components.
MAINTENANCE:
6. Field wire the interlock wiring (C, W2 & FP) from
the heat module to fan coil unit control panel per
Figure 1. Heater wiring should pass through the
small ‘knockout’ on top of heater cabinet and feed
through low voltage access at end of fan coil unit
cabinet.
1. Check all electrical connections, including field and
factory made connections, for tightness at least once
each year or operating season.
2. Clean filters to maintain adequate airflow.
7. Connect duct sensor wires to T1 and T2 on
heater panel as shown in Figure 1.
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Figure 1
NOTES:
1) ALL FIELD WIRING TO BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE (NEC) AND LOCAL
BUILDING CODES.
2) USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY.
3) FOR ELECTRIC HEAT - E MAY BE JUMPED TO W2 AT THERMOSTAT.
4) PROPER PRECAUTIONS SHOULD BE TAKEN TO MAINTAIN ADEQUATE AIR VOLUME.
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260 NORTH ELM STREET
WESTFIELD, MA 01085
(413) 564-5530 • FAX (413) 564-5815
7555 TRANMERE DRIVE
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO L5S 1L4 CANADA
(905) 670-5888 • FAX (905) 670-5782
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