Coates PHS, CPH & CE Series P09A001 – P09L999 Pool Heater Installation and Operation Manual

Add to My manuals
16 Pages

advertisement

Coates PHS, CPH & CE Series P09A001 – P09L999 Pool Heater Installation and Operation Manual | Manualzz

POOL HEATER

INSTALLATION, OPERATION

AND MAINTENANCE

CE SERIES

12, 15 & 18kW

208V, 240V, 480V

SINGLE & THREE PHASE

MODELS:

CPH SERIES

24 & 30kW

208V, 240V, 480V

SINGLE & THREE PHASE

PHS SERIES

36, 45, 54 & 57kW

208V, 240V, 480V

SINGLE & THREE PHASE

BEFORE YOU BEGIN

CHECK ALL ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TO ALL COMPONENTS

WITHIN THE HEATER FOR TIGHTNESS. CONNECTIONS CAN

BECOME LOOSE DURING SHIPMENT AND HANDLING.

CAUTION

THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION MUST BE IN ACCORDANCE

WITH ARTICLE 680 OF THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE.

WARNING

Only qualified personnel, as defined by National Electric Code Article

100, should install and maintain this equipment. Unauthorized alteration or improper maintenance of this unit may release the manufacturer from any warranty claims. The installation must be in accordance with the instructions in this manual and applicable local plumbing and electrical codes.

Publication 1/09 - A

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

When using this electrical equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the following.

1) READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS.

2) To reduce the risk of injury.

A) The water in a pool or tub should never exceed 104°F (40°C). A water temperature in excess of

104°F is considered unsafe for all persons. Lower water temperatures are recommended for extended use (exceeding 10-15 minutes) and for young children.

B) Since excessive water temperatures have a high potential for causing fetal damage during the early months of pregnancy, pregnant or possibly pregnant women should limit pool or tub water temperatures to 100°F (38°C).

C) Before entering a pool or tub, the user should measure the water temperature at several occupant locations using an accurate thermometer since the tolerance of water temperature-regulating devices may vary as much as ± 5°F (± 3°C).

D) Alcohol, drugs or medications should not be used before or during pool or tub use since their use may lead to unconsciousness with the possibility of drowning.

E) Obese persons and persons with a medical history of heart disease, low or high blood pressure, circulatory system problems, or diabetes should consult a physician before using a pool or tub.

F) Persons using medication should consult a physician before using a pool or tub since some medication may induce drowsiness while other medication may affect heart rate, blood pressure, and circulation.

3) SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.

---WARNING---

DANGER OF HYPERTHERMIA

Hyperthermia occurs when the internal temperature of the body reaches a level several degrees above the normal body temperature of 98.6°F. The symptoms of hyperthermia include dizziness, fainting, drowsiness, lethargy and an increase in the internal temperature of the body. The effects of hyperthermia include: a) Unawareness of impending hazard; b) Failure to perceive heat; c) Failure to recognize the need to exit pool or tub; d) Physical inability to exit pool or tub; e) Fetal damage in pregnant women; f ) Unconsciousness resulting in a danger of drowning.

WARNING--- The use of alcohol, drugs or medications can greatly increase the risk of fatal hyperthermia in pools and tubs.

WARNING

Only qualified personnel, as defined by National

Electric Code Article 100, should install and maintain this equipment. Unauthorized alteration or improper maintenance of this unit may release the manufacturer from any warranty claims. The installation must be in accordance with the instructions in this manual and applicable local plumbing and electrical codes.

INTRODUCTION

This manual provides installation procedures, operating and maintenance instructions and a parts list for the Coates Pool Heater.

Your Coates Electric Swimming Pool Heater has been designed and engineered to provide you with the most progressive quality heating system possible. Its operation is efficient and pollution-free. Models are available for every size or make of pool.

To insure a long life of trouble-free service, your

Coates Pool Heater should be carefully installed in accordance with the instructions given in this manual.

Failure to do so may damage the pool heater and the pool equipment to which it is connected. Only qualified personnel should install and maintain this unit, and, of course, local plumbing and electrical codes have precedence over these instructions.

1.0 DESCRIPTION

The Coates Swimming Pool Heater consists of a heating tank with external enclosure, and the electrical heating and control system. In order to help maintain the heater in a satisfactory manner, a brief description of its components and their operation is included for the customer’s convenience.

The pressure vessel and its enclosure comprise the main mechanical portion of the pool heater.

The pressure vessel, in conjunction with the flow switch and heating element are the only portions of this equipment in contact with the water.

The external enclosure is a sheet steel case totally enclosing the pressure vessel and electrical components. The enclosure is coated with a rust inhibiting, powder coat finish.

The electrical system, which is the heart of this unit, can be considered as three separate systems engineered to provide optimum use of energy. They are as follows:

(1) The heating elements; mounted on a four-bolt flange. There are 2, 3 or 4 elements.

(2) The control system; consists of the pilot switch, high limit thermostat, flow switch, temperature control, magnetic contactors, 240V transformer (480V units only) and sequencer (on some single phase units only).

These controls are wired into a control circuit designed to control the temperature of the water leaving the heater. The high-limit thermostat is designed to open the control circuit and cut off the power in the event of excessive temperature.

A flow switch is built-in to prevent the pool heater from operating without water flow. The flow switch will activate at flow rates of 20 GPM or greater.

(3) The main current-carrying components; are the contactors and fuses. These are wired into circuits which carry the full amperage draw of the elements.

The contactors open during a high temperature condition to de-energize the elements.

The element fuses in these units are rated at 60 Amps and have an interrupting capacity of 100,000 Amps rms.

These fuses provide supplemental circuit protection for the internal wiring of the heater.

The heater has a temperature controller adjustable up to

104°F(40°C) and has one manual reset type high temperature limit thermostat set at 118°F (48°C).

2.0 LOCATION AND PLUMBING

A. Installation: Location

Coates swimming pool heaters are quiet, do not expel exhaust fumes, and may be conveniently located in a shed or basement. Normal positioning of the pool heater should be in close proximity to the pool filtration system. Select a location conveniently close to incoming electrical service and where excessively long piping runs are not required.

Minimum clearance:

Front

Left

Right

PHS/CPH CE

36 (914)#

18 (457)

*

36 (914)#

4 (102)

4 (102)

Top 18 (457) 20 (508)

Back 6 *

* Required clearance is based on plumbing configuration used.

# Refer to NEC Table 110.26 (A)(1)

- Dimensions: Inches (mm)

- Temperature control is located on the front side.

Page 3

B. Installation: Plumbing

Pipe the heater as shown in Figure 2 to the inlet and outlet openings on the right side. Connect the heater in line between the filter discharge and pool. The water line coming from the filter should be connected to the heater inlet, and the discharge line to the pool should be connected to the outlet. The pool will not heat properly unless it is plumbed correctly. If plastic pipe is used, it should be suitable for at least 120°F

(49 °C).

A plumbing bypass around the pool heater is not necessary unless flow rate though the heater exceeds

80 GPM. A minimum flow rate of 20 GPM is required.

Lack of sufficient flow will not allow the flow switch to activate the heater.

It may be necessary, in larger Olympic-sized or public pools, to use two or more heaters to obtain sufficient

KW capacity. If so, the heaters must be placed in parallel, so that each heater takes equal flow.

DRAINAGE: A method of draining water away from the heater and other equipment is to be provided. The heater should be flushed at the end of each swimming season. During flushing or service, water may be spilled and could cause damage to the floor or other equipment. A drain valve is to be installed in the

INLET plumbing.

3.0 ELECTRICAL

matches your electrical supply.

2. CHECK ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TO ALL

COMPONENTS within the heater for tightness.

These can become loose during shipment and handling.

3. Check components for any moisture, rust, or dust which may have accumulated during shipping, and clean or dry where necessary.

All pool heaters covered in this manual have integral thermostats, transformers, contactors and sequencers where required.

Wiring diagrams included show internal wiring and required field connections for various models. Consult your local electrical code for proper wire and conduit sizes, and other local requirements.

Do not connect the pool heater to, or operate at, a voltage other than the voltage rated on the nameplate.

Bring wires of adequate size from a fused disconnect switch or circuit breaker with an ampere rating of

125% of the ampere rating shown on heater nameplate. Refer to Table 1 for wire sizes. Connect power conductors to the power distribution block inside the heater. All other internal connections are completed and tested at the factory.

Ground wires must be insulated copper conductor and the same size as supply wiring, but not less than #12

AWG.

Table 1

KW

WIRE SIZE: AWG

240V/1Ø 208V/3Ø 240V/3Ø 480V/3Ø

30 2/0 2

36 3/0 1

45 250MCM 2/0

54 300MCM 3/0

57 350MCM 3/0

3 8

2 8

1/0

2/0

2/0

6

4

3

Suggested size for insulated copper conductor wires. Based on 125% correction factor for wire with 75°C insulation.

A. To Connect Pool Heater to Power Supply

The pool heaters with load ratings over 48 Amps have branch supplemental fusing already installed in the element circuitry; see wiring diagrams. To connect to the power supply, one needs only to protect the main supply lines, either with a circuit breaker or fused disconnect switch (Figure 1). Suggested wire sizes are shown in Table 1.

Figure 1

B. Startup Procedure:

1. Make sure that the pump is on and that there is at least 20 GPM flow through the pool heater. The heating elements will fail prematurely if allowed to operate with insufficient water flow.

2. Check temperature control setting, also, examine wiring for loose connections, etc.

3. Turn on power at main disconnect switch.

4. Turn on pilot switch on pool heater.

If the high temperature manual reset high limit switch shuts off the heater, disconnect power at disconnect switch and determine the cause before resetting.

Page 4

The control has three indicator lights and a lighted ON-

OFF rocker switch. The lights are as follows:

STATUS LIGHTS – CPH, PHS Models

LIGHT DESCRIPTION )

ON-OFF Heater has power to control circuit.

RESET High Temperature limit is OK.

FLOW Sufficient water flow through heater.

ELEMENT Heating elements are powered.

STATUS LIGHTS – CE Models

LIGHT DESCRIPTION )

ON-OFF Heater has power to control circuit.

FLOW

High Temperature limit is OK and

Sufficient water flow through heater.

ELEMENT Heating elements are powered.

For heaters equipped with a digital thermostat. The digital thermostat control which measures the temperature of the water as it enters the heater has a

MENU button, up and down adjustment buttons, and an LED display. The desired water temperature (set point) is controllable between 40°F and 104°F (5°C and 40°C). The set point may differ from the actual water temperature at the pool or spa due to heat loss in the piping.

MENU:

The MENU button cycles through the three menu items: Measured Water Temperature (default), SET

POINT and °F/°C.

ADJUSTING THE SET POINT:

Press one of the following buttons; MENU, or

.

The display will momentarily blank and then the current set point will be displayed. Press the or button to change the set point. Hold the button down for rapid temperature changes.

The set point will be saved and the display will return to the measured temperature after two seconds of inactivity.

OPERATION:

In the measured temperature mode, the water temperature in the heater is displayed. The LED corresponding to the current temperature scale will be illuminated. If the heater is calling for heat the

HEATING LED will be illuminated.

FAHRENHEIT TO CELCIUS:

Press the MENU button twice and the current temperature scale will be displayed ( F or C ). Press the

or buttons to toggle between F and C.

The temperature scale will be saved and the display will return to the measured temperature after two seconds of inactivity.

ERROR CODE:

The display will read “Err” when it detects a problem with the temperature sensor. This can be caused by a faulty sensor or a loose connection between the sensor and the temperature controller.

For heaters equipped with an analog dial thermostat.

The thermostat measures the temperature of the water as it enters the heater. The desired water temperature

(set point) is controllable between 70°F and 104°F (21°C and 40°C). The set point may differ from the actual water temperature at the pool or spa due to heat loss in the piping.

5.0 MAINTENANCE

Element Inspection and Replacement:

1. Turn off power at main disconnect switch and turn off pump.

2. Drain pool heater.

3. Remove service access panel opposite inlet/outlet.

4. Disconnect element wires.

5. Remove the four (4) element flange retaining nuts and extract element.

6. Installation is the reverse of steps 1 through 5.

(Reinstall element with new gasket)

When closing down the pool for any length of time, shut off the power at the main disconnect switch and drain the water from the system. Water must not be allowed to freeze in the heater, as this will cause severe damage.

Annual Cleaning:

Yearly, before winter, the pool heater should be drained and cleaned to remove any scale or sludge. More frequent cleaning may be required if pool water contains sediment or any amount of foreign matter.

1. Turn off heater at main disconnect switch.

2. Open drain valve.

3. Permit water to run until it is clear.

4. Close valve and restart normally.

Page 5

3481

32430

P

H

S

32

457

H

S

54

P

H

S

324

324

45

P

H

S

3243

6P

CP

H

P

H

32

424C

8CE

3241

E

324

15C

32

41

2C

E

HS

34

85

7P

54P

348

H

S

H

S

H

S

45P

348

HS

6P

3483

0CP

3483

H

P

H

24C

348

8CE

3481

E

34

815C

2C

E

3201

12

45

7P

HS

HS

124

54P

HS

45P

124

HS

124

36P

30

CP

H

P

H

124

124

24

C

E

18C

124

15

CE

124

2CE

1241

32

057P

HS

320

54P

HS

45P

320

HS

36P

P

H

320

320

30

C

P

H

320

24C

8C

E

32

01

15

CE

320

2CE

Page 6

No.

N ITEM ILLUSTRATIO

Page 7

Page 8

WATER CHEMISTRY

PROTECTING YOUR COATES HEATER

WITH PROPER WATER CHEMISTRY

Proper water balance is important to extending the life of your Coates

Heater. While pH control is critical, the control of alkalinity and calcium hardness will protect against scaling and also help to prevent corrosion.

ACID ALKALINE

HEATER

CAN BE

DAMAGED

CORROSIVE

WATER

IDEAL

RANGE

ALKALINE

WATER

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 7.2-7.8 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

HEATER

CAN BE

DAMAGED

The correct level of sanitizer, pH, total alkalinity and calcium hardness will very, depending on the type of pool (plaster, fiberglass or vinyl) and the chemical content of the fill water.

Water that is out of balance can damage your pool heater and void the warranty. This heater is not for use in salt water pools.

PLUMBING CONNECTIONS

RS2

#2

BRASS

#1

COPPER

#3

ALUMINUM

FLOW

NO

K8

240V

COM

F5

F5

ISOLATED

BUS

F1

#8 #8

F1 F1

#8

CR7

PL2 "FLOW"

PL1 "ELEMENT"

#8

#8 #8

HEATER GROUND

TERMINAL

ENCLOSURE

GROUND

POOL

GROUND

F1

#8

F1

#8

#8

F1

CR7

#8 #8 #8

CR7

1

FLOW SWITCH

2

TB1 FOR REMOTE TEMPERATURE

CONTROL (IF USED).

3.

4.

5.

SEE INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR COMPONENT

IDENTIFICATION.

ALL WIRING TO BE 105°C INSULATED, MINIMUM.

CONTROL CIRCUIT WIRING; 14 AWG.

POWER CIRCUIT WIRING; AS NOTED.

LEGEND;

R = RED

B = BLACK

W = WHITE

6. HEATING ELEMENT QTY/RATING;

12kW = 2 @ 6kW

15kW = 1 @ 6kW & 1 @ 9kW

18kW = 2 @ 9kW

2

TB1

TS1

RS2

#2

BRASS

#1

COPPER

#3

ALUMINUM

FLOW

K8

ISOLATED

BUS

PL2

"FLOW"

TS2

F5

F5

TS1

TEMP

B W R

TS3

J9

C

J3

AC

J1

NO

J4

AC

J2

W

#10

R B

W

#10

R

#10

B

W W

R B

R B

#10

#10

#10

HEATING ELEMENTS

MODEL CE

SINGLE PHASE

208V – 12, 15 & 18kW

240V – 12, 15 & 18kW

1BC1218F

HEATER GROUND

TERMINAL

F1

#8

#8

F1 F1

#8

CR7

#10 #10 #10

F1

#8

F1

ENCLOSURE

GROUND

#8

F1

#8

POOL

GROUND

1.

2.

3.

4.

TB1 FOR REMOTE TEMPERATURE

CONTROL (IF USED).

SEE INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR COMPONENT

IDENTIFICATION.

ALL WIRING TO BE 105°C INSULATED, MINIMUM.

CONTROL CIRCUIT WIRING; 14 AWG.

POWER CIRCUIT WIRING; AS NOTED.

LEGEND;

R = RED

B = BLACK

W = WHITE

CR7

CR7

#10 #10 #10

CR7

#10 #10 #10

3

K7

TIMER

1

W

R B

W

R B

W

R

R B

B

W

HEATING ELEMENTS

MODEL CPH

SINGLE PHASE

208V – 24 & 30kW

240V – 24 & 30kW

1BC2430H

Page 9

#2

BRASS

#1

COPPER

#3

ALUMINUM

FLOW

K8

#8

F1

#8 #8 #8 #8

F1 F1 F1 F1

HEATER

GROUND

TERMINAL

F1 F1

F1 F1 F1

ENCLOSURE

GROUND

POOL

GROUND

1.

2.

3.

4.

TB1 FOR REMOTE TEMPERATURE

CONTROL (IF USED).

SEE INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR COMPONENT

IDENTIFICATION.

ALL WIRING TO BE 105°C INSULATED, MINIMUM.

CONTROL CIRCUIT WIRING; 14 AWG.

POWER CIRCUIT WIRING; AS NOTED.

LEGEND;

R = RED

B = BLACK

W = WHITE

CR7

CR7

#10 #10

CR7

#10 #10

CR7

TEMP

B W R

TS3

J9

J3

C

AC

J1

NO

J4

AC

J2

RS2

#2

BRASS

#1

COPPER

#3

ALUMINUM

FLOW

F5

F5

TS1

K8

CR7 CR7

CR7

#10

#10

#10

W

R B

W

R B

W

R B

W

R B

W

R

R B

B

W

MODEL PHS

SINGLE PHASE

208V – 36 & 45kW

240V – 36 & 45kW

1BC3645G

HEATING ELEMENTS

HEATER

GROUND

TERMINAL

F1 F1 F1

CR7

F1 F1 F1

CR7

F1 F1 F1

CR7

F1 F1 F1

CR7

1.

2.

3.

4.

ENCLOSURE

GROUND

POOL

GROUND

TB1 FOR REMOTE TEMPERATURE

CONTROL (IF USED).

SEE INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR COMPONENT

IDENTIFICATION.

ALL WIRING TO BE 105°C INSULATED, MINIMUM.

CONTROL CIRCUIT WIRING; 14 AWG.

POWER CIRCUIT WIRING; AS NOTED.

LEGEND;

R = RED

B = BLACK

W = WHITE

ISOLATED

BUS

PL2

"FLOW"

TEMP

B W R

TS3

J9

J3

C

AC

J1

NO

J4

AC

J2

3

K7

TIMER

1

TIMER

3

K7

1

3

TIMER

K7

1

CR7 CR7 CR7 CR7

#10

#10

#10

#10

W

R B

W

R B

W

R B

W

R B

HEATING ELEMENTS

W

R B

W

R B

W

R B

W

R B

MODEL PHS

SINGLE PHASE

208V – 54 & 57kW

240V – 54 & 57kW

1BC5457H

Page 10

RS2

#2

BRASS

#1

COPPER

#3

ALUMINUM

ISOLATED BUS

PL2 "FLOW"

FLOW

NO

K8

240V

COM

2

TB1

TS1

TS2

PL1 "ELEMENT"

F5

F5

A B C

#8 #8 #8

HEATER GROUND

TERMINAL

ENCLOSURE

GROUND

POOL

GROUND

#8

#8

#8 #8

CR7

#8 #8

CR7

W

R B

W

R

#10

W

R B

W

B R

#10

#10

HEATING ELEMENTS

B

1

2

NOT USED

TB1 FOR REMOTE TEMPERATURE CONTROL (IF USED).

3.

SEE INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR COMPONENT

IDENTIFICATION.

4.

5.

ALL WIRING TO BE 105°C INSULATED, MINIMUM.

CONTROL CIRCUIT WIRING; 14 AWG.

POWER CIRCUIT WIRING; AS NOTED.

LEGEND;

R = RED

B = BLACK

W = WHITE

6. HEATING ELEMENT QTY/RATING;

12kW = 2 @ 6kW

15kW = 1 @ 6kW & 1 @ 9kW

18kW = 2 @ 9kW

MODEL CE

THREE PHASE

208V - 12 & 15kW

240V - 12, 15 & 18kW

3BC1218E

RS2

#2

BRASS

#1

COPPER

#3

ALUMINUM

ISOLATED BUS

PL2 "FLOW"

FLOW

NO

K8

240V

COM

F5

F5

A B C

#8 #8 #8

HEATER GROUND

TERMINAL

ENCLOSURE

GROUND

POOL

GROUND

F1 F1 F1

F1 F1

F1

PL1 "ELEMENT"

#8 #8 #8

CR7

#8 #8

#8 #8 #8

CR7

#8 #8

CR8

1

2

3.

4.

5.

NOT USED

TB1 FOR REMOTE TEMPERATURE CONTROL (IF USED).

SEE INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR COMPONENT

IDENTIFICATION.

ALL WIRING TO BE 105°C INSULATED, MINIMUM.

CONTROL CIRCUIT WIRING; 14 AWG.

POWER CIRCUIT WIRING; AS NOTED.

LEGEND;

R = RED

B = BLACK

W = WHITE

2

TS1

TB1

TS2

W

R B

W

R B

W

R B

W

R B

HEATING ELEMENTS

MODEL CE

THREE PHASE

208V – 18kW

3BC18E

Page 11

RS2

#2

BRASS

#1

COPPER

#3

ALUMINUM

FLOW

TS1

K8

ISOLATED

BUS

PL2

"FLOW"

TEMP

B W R

TS3

J9

J3

C

AC

J1

NO

J4

AC

J2

F5

F5

#8

A B

C

#8 #8

HEATER GROUND

TERMINAL

ENCLOSURE

GROUND

POOL

GROUND

F1 F1 F1

F1 F1

F1

PL1

"ELEMENT"

#8 #8 #8 CR7

#8 #8

#8 #8 #8

#8 #8 CR8

CR7

1.

TB1 FOR REMOTE TEMPERATURE CONTROL (IF USED).

2.

SEE INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR COMPONENT

IDENTIFICATION.

3. ALL WIRING TO BE 105°C INSULATED, MINIMUM.

CONTROL CIRCUIT WIRING; 14 AWG.

POWER CIRCUIT WIRING; AS NOTED.

4.

LEGEND;

R = RED

B = BLACK

W = WHITE

#2

BRASS

#1

COPPER

#3

ALUMINUM

FLOW

K8

W

R B

W

R

W

R B

W

B R

HEATING ELEMENTS

B

MODEL CPH

THREE PHASE

208V – 24 & 30kW

240V – 24 & 30kW

3BC2430G

F1 F1 F1

#8

F1

A

F1

B

#8

F1

C

#8

HEATER GROUND

TERMINAL

ENCLOSURE

GROUND

POOL

GROUND

1.

2.

TB1 FOR REMOTE TEMPERATURE

CONTROL (IF USED).

SEE INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR COMPONENT

IDENTIFICATION.

3. ALL WIRING TO BE 105°C INSULATED, MINIMUM.

CONTROL CIRCUIT WIRING; 14 AWG.

POWER CIRCUIT WIRING; AS NOTED.

4.

LEGEND;

R = RED

B = BLACK

W = WHITE

F1 F1 F1

#8 #8

#8

CR7

#8 #8

#8

CR7

#8 #8 #8

CR7

TEMP

B W R

TS3

J9

J3

C

AC

NO

J4

AC

J1

J2

#8 #8 #8

CR7

#8 #8

#8

CR7

PL1 "ELEMENT"

W

R B

W

R B

W

R B

W

R B

HEATING ELEMENTS

W

R B

W

R B

MODEL PHS

THREE PHASE

208V – 36 & 45kW

240V – 36 & 45kW

3BC3645G

Page 12

#2

BRASS

#1

COPPER

#3

ALUMINUM

FLOW

F1 F1 F1 F1

#8

A B

F1 F1 F1

#8

F1

C

HEATER GROUND

TERMINAL

#8

ENCLOSURE

GROUND

POOL

GROUND

1.

2.

TB1 FOR REMOTE TEMPERATURE

CONTROL (IF USED).

SEE INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR COMPONENT

IDENTIFICATION.

3. ALL WIRING TO BE 105°C INSULATED, MINIMUM.

CONTROL CIRCUIT WIRING; 14 AWG.

POWER CIRCUIT WIRING; AS NOTED.

4.

LEGEND;

R = RED

B = BLACK

W = WHITE

F1 F1 F1 F1

K8

#8 #8 #8

CR8

#8 #8 #8

CR8

#8 #8 #8

CR8

TEMP

B W R

TS3

J9

J3

C

AC

J1

NO

J4

AC

J2

#8 #8 #8 CR8 #8 #8 #8

CR8

PL1 "ELEMENT"

W

R B

W

R B

W

R B

W

R B

W

R B

W

R B

HEATING ELEMENTS

W

R B

W

R B

MODEL PHS

THREE PHASE

208V – 54 & 57kW

240V – 54 & 57kW

3BC5457H

RS2

2

TB1

TS1

#2

BRASS

#1

COPPER

#3

ALUMINUM

ISOLATED BUS

FLOW

NO

K8

240V

COM

XF

240V

F6

X3

T5

X1

F5

F5

A B C

#8 #8 #8

PL2 "FLOW"

PL3 "ELEMENT"

TS2

HEATER GROUND

TERMINAL

ENCLOSURE

GROUND

POOL

GROUND

#8

#8

#8 #8

CR7

#8 #8

CR7

#10

W

R B

W

R

W

R B

B

R

#10

#10

HEATING ELEMENTS

B

W

1

NOT USED

2

TB1 FOR REMOTE TEMPERATURE CONTROL (IF USED).

3.

4.

5.

SEE INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR COMPONENT

IDENTIFICATION.

ALL WIRING TO BE 105°C INSULATED, MINIMUM.

CONTROL CIRCUIT WIRING; 14 AWG.

POWER CIRCUIT WIRING; AS NOTED.

LEGEND;

R = RED

B = BLACK

W = WHITE

6. HEATING ELEMENT QTY/RATING;

12kW = 2 @ 6kW

15kW = 1 @ 6kW & 1 @ 9kW

18kW = 2 @ 9kW

MODEL CE

THREE PHASE

480V – 12, 15 & 18kW

3J1218H

Page 13

#2

BRASS

#1

COPPER

#3

ALUMINUM

FLOW

K8

ISOLATED

BUS

TEMP

B W R

TS3

J9

J3

C

AC

J1

NO

J4

AC

J2

XF

240V

F6

X3

T5

X1

F5

F5

A B C

#8 #8 #8

HEATER GROUND

TERMINAL

ENCLOSURE

GROUND

POOL

GROUND

#8

#8

#8

#8

#8

CR7

#8

CR7

1.

TB1 FOR REMOTE TEMPERATURE CONTROL (IF USED).

2.

3.

4.

SEE INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR COMPONENT

IDENTIFICATION.

ALL WIRING TO BE 105°C INSULATED, MINIMUM.

CONTROL CIRCUIT WIRING; 14 AWG.

POWER CIRCUIT WIRING; AS NOTED.

LEGEND;

R = RED

B = BLACK

W = WHITE

5. HEATING ELEMENT QTY/RATING

24kW = 2 @ 12kW

30kW = 2 @ 15kW

#10

W

R B

W

R B

#10

#10

HEATING ELEMENTS

R

W

R B

W

B

MODEL CPH

THREE PHASE

480V – 24 & 30kW

3J2430H

Page 14

#2

BRASS

#1

COPPER

#3

ALUMINUM

FLOW

K8

TEMP

B W R

TS3

J9

J3

C

AC

J1

NO

J4

AC

J2

240V

XF

F6 X3

T5

X1

F5

F5

A B C

#8 #8 #8

HEATER GROUND

TERMINAL

ENCLOSURE

GROUND

POOL

GROUND

#8 #8 #8

CR7

PL3 "ELEMENT"

#8

#8

#8

CR7

1.

2.

3.

4.

TB1 FOR REMOTE TEMPERATURE CONTROL (IF USED).

SEE INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR COMPONENT

IDENTIFICATION.

ALL WIRING TO BE 105°C INSULATED, MINIMUM.

CONTROL CIRCUIT WIRING; 14 AWG.

POWER CIRCUIT WIRING; AS NOTED.

LEGEND;

R = RED

B = BLACK

W = WHITE

W

R B

W

R B

W

R B

W

#10

R B

W W

R B

#10

#10

HEATING ELEMENTS

R B

MODEL PHS

THREE PHASE

480V – 36kW

3J36H

#2

BRASS

#1

COPPER

#3

ALUMINUM

FLOW

K8

TEMP

B W R

TS3

J9

J3

C

AC

J1

NO

J4

AC

J2

240V

XF

F6

X3

T5

X1

F5

F5

#8

A B

C

#8

#8

F1 F1 F1 F1 F1 F1

HEATER GROUND

TERMINAL

ENCLOSURE

GROUND

POOL

GROUND

#8 #8 #8

CR7

#8 #8 #8

#8 #8

#8 #8 CR8

CR7

1.

TB1 FOR REMOTE TEMPERATURE CONTROL (IF USED).

2.

SEE INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR COMPONENT

IDENTIFICATION.

3. ALL WIRING TO BE 105°C INSULATED, MINIMUM.

CONTROL CIRCUIT WIRING; 14 AWG.

POWER CIRCUIT WIRING; AS NOTED.

4.

LEGEND;

R = RED

B = BLACK

W = WHITE

PL3 "ELEMENT"

W

R B

W

R B

W

R B

W

R B

HEATING ELEMENTS

W

R B

W

R B

MODEL PHS

THREE PHASE

480V – 45kW

3J45H

#2

BRASS

#1

COPPER

#3

ALUMINUM

FLOW

K8

TEMP

B W R

TS3

J9

C

J3

AC

J1

NO

J4

AC

J2

240V XF

F6

X3

T5

X1

HEATER GROUND

TERMINAL

A B C

F5

F5

F1 F1

#8

F1

#8 #8 #8 CR7

#8 #8

F1 F1

F1

#8 #8 #8

ENCLOSURE

GROUND

POOL

GROUND

CR7

1.

TB1 FOR REMOTE TEMPERATURE CONTROL (IF USED).

2.

SEE INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR COMPONENT

IDENTIFICATION.

3. ALL WIRING TO BE 105°C INSULATED, MINIMUM.

CONTROL CIRCUIT WIRING; 14 AWG.

POWER CIRCUIT WIRING; AS NOTED.

4.

LEGEND;

R = RED

B = BLACK

W = WHITE

#8 #8 #8 #8 CR8

PL3 "ELEMENT"

W

R B

W

R B

W

R B

W

R B

W

R B

W

R B

HEATING ELEMENTS

W

R B

W

R B

MODEL PHS

THREE PHASE

480V – 54 & 57kW

3J5457H

Page 15

LIMITED WARRANTY

The company extends this limited warranty to the original purchaser of a Coates Electric Pool Heater.

Coates warrants the electrical components* and wiring (excluding enclosure, enclosure parts, knobs and accessories) in this new Pool Heater to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for one (1) year from the provable date of purchase, or eighteen (18) months from date of factory shipment, whichever occurs first. Coates further warrants the stainless steel water containment vessel to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for two (2) years from the provable date of purchase or thirty (30) months from the factory shipment, whichever occurs first. Enclosure, enclosure parts, knobs and accessories have no warranty whatsoever.

*Exception: Factory installed heating elements are warranted for ninety 90 days from the date of heater installation, or eighteen (18) months from date of factory shipment, whichever occurs first.

COATES will repair or replace at its option, defective component parts as explained above, during the warranty period provided such parts are returned to the factory, freight prepaid. Factory authorization MUST BE OBTAINED under this warranty before returning such defective parts.

Limited Warranty Does Not Cover

1.

2.

3.

4.

New products purchased outside the United States of America and Canada.

Uncrating, unpacking, set-up, installation and / or startup of this unit.

Adjustments to controls normally operated by consumer, purchaser or installer.

This limited warranty does not extend to any defect, malfunction or failure caused by, or resulting from improper service, maintenance or repair, abuse, neglect, accident, corrosion caused by improper water chemistry or by

equipment that use salt to create a sanitizer, lack of water, or any other cause beyond the control of Coates

5.

Heater Company, Inc. or to any product where the nameplate shall have been removed, altered, replaced, defaced or rendered illegible.

This limited warranty is void if the Heater is used in a salt water system or under any extreme or unusual corrosive condition for which stainless steel metals would not be recommended.

6. This limited warranty does not extend to the repair or replacement of defective components except at COATES or a service facility authorized by COATES

IMPLIED WARRANTIES, WHEN APPLICABLE, SHALL COMMENCE UPON THE SAME DATE AS THE EXPRESS

WARRANTY PROVIDED ABOVE, AND SHALL, EXCEPT FOR WARRANTIES OF TITLE, EXTEND ONLY FOR

THE DURATION OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW

LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THE ONLY

REMEDY PROVIDED TO YOU UNDER AN APPLICABLE IMPLIED WARRANTY AND THE EXPRESS

WARRANTY SHALL BE THE REMEDY PROVIDED UNDER THE EXPRESS WARRANTY, SUBJECT TO THE

TERMS AND CONDITIONS CONTAINED THEREIN.

COATES SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL LOSSES AND DAMAGES, UNDER

THE EXPRESS WARRANTY, ANY APPLICABLE IMPLIED WARRANTY, OR CLAIMS FOR NEGLIGENCE,

EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT THAT THIS LIMITATION IS FOUND TO BE UNENFORCEABLE UNDER APPLICABLE

STATE LAW.

SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OF LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL

DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.

THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS

WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.

HEATER COMPANY, INC.

P.O. Box 1750

Kent, WA 98035

1/09

advertisement

Related manuals

Download PDF

advertisement