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Installation, Operation, IOM 1206-8

and Maintenance Manual Group: Chiller


Part Number: IOM1206-8
Date: March 2017

Trailblazer
Air-Cooled Scroll Chillers
Model AGZ, E Vintage
30 to 241 Tons (100 to 840 kW)
HFC-410A Refrigerant
50/60 Hz
Table of Contents
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Installation and Application Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Circuit Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89


Refrigerant Schematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Dimensions and Weights - Packaged Units . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Using the Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
Dimensions and Weights -Heat recovery Units . . . . . . . . 33 Optional Low Ambient Fan VFD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Isolator Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Startup and Shutdown Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
Isolator Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Component Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
Pressure Drop Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Unit Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
Electrical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Troubleshooting Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
Unit Controller Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Warranty Registration Form (Scroll) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Sequence of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Limited Product Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128
Unit Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79

Manufactured in an ISO 9001 & ISO 14001 certified facility

2017 Daikin Applied. Illustrations and data cover the Daikin Applied product at the time of publication and we reserve the right to
make changes in design and construction at any time without notice.

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Pre-Start Checklist Scroll Compressor Chillers
Must be completed, signed and provided to Daikin Applied at least 2 weeks prior to requested start date.
Job Name
Installation Location
Customer Order Number
Model Number(s)
G.O. Number(s)
Chilled Water Yes No N/A Initials
Piping Complete, Inspect Heat Recovery loop for all required components.
Water strainer : Shell & Tube Evaporators 0.125(3.175mm) or smaller perforations
Brazed Plate Evaporator 0.063 (1.6mm) or smaller perforations
Water System filled, flushed and vented
Pumps installed and operational (rotation checked, strainers cleaned)
Controls operational (3-way valves, face/bypass dampers, bypass valves, etc.)
Water system operated and tested; flow meets unit design requirements
Flow switch installed and wired
Vent installed on evaporator
Glycol at design %
Electrical Yes No N/A Initials
Building controls operational
*Power leads connected to power block or optional disconnect
Power leads have been checked for proper phasing and voltage
All interlock wiring complete and compliant with Daikin specifications
Power applied at least 24 hours before startup
Oil heaters energized at least 24 hours before startup
Chiller components (EXV Sensors Transducers) installed and wired properly.
*Wiring complies with National Electrical Code and local codes (See Notes)
Remote EXV wired with shielded cable
Miscellaneous Yes No N/A Initials
Unit control switches all off
Remote Evaporator /Condenser Piping factory reviewed
All refrigerant components/piping leak tested, evacuated and charged.
Thermometers, wells, gauges, control, etc., installed
Minimum system load of 80% capacity available for testing/adjusting controls
Document Attached: Technical Breakdown from Selection Software
Document Attached: Final Order Acknowledgement
Cut Here

Document Attached: Remote piping approval


Notes: The most common problems delaying start-up and affecting unit reliability are:
1. Field installed compressor motor power supply leads too small. Questions: Contact the local Daikin sales representative*. State size, number and
type of conductors and conduits installed:
a. From Power supply to chiller
* Refer to NEC Article 430-22 (a). For optional heat recovery, inspect electrical heater.
2. Remote Evaporator piping incomplete or incorrect. Provide approved piping diagrams.
3. Items on this list incorrectly acknowledged resulting in delayed start and possible extra expenses incurred by return trips.
Contractor Representative Daikin Applied Sales Representative
Signed: Signed:
Name: Name:
Company: Company:
Date: Date:
Phone/Email: Phone/Email:

2013 Daikin Applied Form SF01017 P/N 331977001 22OCT2013


Installation and Application Information

General Description Installation and Application Information

Daikin Trailblazer air-cooled water chillers are complete, self- The electrical control center includes all equipment protection
contained, automatic chillers designed for outdoor installation. and operating controls necessary for dependable automatic
Packaged units are completely assembled, factory wired, operation.
charged, and tested.

NOMENCLATURE

A G Z XXX E D SE
Air-Cooled Application, Efficiency, Unit Type

Global Design
Scroll Compressor
Nominal Tons # of Compressors
D = Tandem per Circuit
Design Vintage
T = Trio per Circuit

Figure 1: Suggested Pushing Arrangment


WARNING
Blocking is required
Installation is to be performed by qualified personnel who are across full width
familiar with local codes and regulations.

Additional Manual
This manual covers the installation, of dual circuit, AGZ-
EH packaged, scroll compressor chillers using R-410A and
optional heat recovery. Information for units with either the
pump package or remote evaporator options can be found at
www.DaikinApplied.com.

Inspection
Check all items carefully against the bill of lading. Inspect
all units for damage upon arrival. Report shipping damage Figure 2: Required Lifting Arrangement
and file a claim with the carrier. Check the unit nameplate Number of fans and
rigging holes may vary
before unloading, making certain it agrees with the power from this diagram.
SPREADER BARS
supply available. Daikin Applied is not responsible for physical REQUIRED FOR The lifting method will
EACH PAIR OF remain the same.
damage after the unit leaves the factory. LIFTING LUGS
(USE CAUTION)
Handling
Be careful to avoid rough handling of the unit. Do not push
or pull the unit from anything other than the base. Block the
pushing vehicle away from the unit to prevent damage to the
sheet metal cabinet and end frame (see Figure 1).
To lift the unit, 2-1/2 (64mm) diameter lifting eyes are provided
on the base of the unit. Arrange spreader bars and cables to
prevent damage to condenser coils or cabinet (see Figure 2).

CAUTION MUST USE THESE


RIGGING HOLES
All lifting locations must be used to prevent damage to unit. (BE AWARE OF
CONTROL BOX
LOCATION)

DANGER
Improper rigging, lifting, or moving of a unit can result in
property damage, severe personal injury or death. Follow CAUTION
rigging and moving instructions carefully. Do not stand Sharp edges and coil surfaces are a potential injury hazard.
beneath the unit while it is lifted or being installed. Avoid contact with them.

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Operating and Standby Limits


Table 1: Operating Limits

Maximum standby ambient temperature 131F (55C)


Maximum operating ambient temperature 105F (41C)
-with optional high ambient package (see information under High Ambient Operation) 125F (52C)
Minimum operating ambient temperature (standard control) 32F (0C)
Minimum operating ambient temperature (with optional low-ambient control) -10F (-23C)
Leaving chilled water temperature 40F to 65F (4C to 18C)
Leaving chilled fluid temperatures (with anti-freeze) - Note that in cases of high ambient
temperature, the lowest leaving water temperature settings may be outside of the chiller 15F to 65F (-9C to 18C)
operating envelope; consult Daikin Tools to ensure chiller is capable of the required lift.
Operating chilled water delta-T range 6F to 16F (3.3C to 8.9C)
Maximum evaporator operating inlet fluid temperature 81F (27C)
Maximum evaporator non-operating inlet fluid temperature 100F (38C)

Figure 3: Service Clearance


Unit Placement
Trailblazer units are for outdoor applications and can be
mounted either on a roof or at ground level. For roof mounted
applications, install the unit on a steel channel or I-beam frame
to support the unit above the roof. Spring isolators for roof
applications is recommended. For ground level applications,
install the unit on a substantial base that will not settle. Use a
one-piece concrete slab with footings extended below the frost
line. Be sure the foundation is level within 0.5 (13 mm) over
its length and width. The foundation must be strong enough
to support the unit weight - see Dimensions and Weights -
Packaged Units on page 23.

Service Clearance
Sides
30-70 Ton Models: Minimum of 4 feet (1.2 meters) Spacing Requirements
75-241 Ton Models: It is highly recommended to Sufficient clearance must be maintained between the unit
provide a minimum of 8 feet (2.4 meters) on one side to and adjacent walls or other units to allow the required unit air
allow for coil replacement. Coils can be removed from flow to reach the coils. Failure to do so will result in a capacity
the top, allowing a minimum of 4 feet (1.2 meters) of reduction and an increase in power consumption. No solid
side clearance; however, the unit performance may be obstructions are allowed above the unit at any height, see page
derated. 7 for details.
Control Panel End Graphs on the following pages give the minimum clearance
All Models: Minimum of 4 feet (1.2 meters) for different types of installations and also capacity reduction
Opposite Control Panel End and power increase if closer spacing is used. The clearance
requirements shown are a general guideline and cannot
30-70 Ton Models with Microchannel Coils: Minimum account for all scenarios. Such factors as prevailing winds,
of 7.5 feet (2.3 meters) additional equipment within the space, design outdoor air
75-180, 191, 211, 226, 241 Ton Models: Minimum of 4 temperature, and numerous other factors may require more
feet (1.2 meters) clearance than what is shown.
190, 210, 225, 240 Ton Models: Minimum of 8 feet (2.4
meters) for evaporator removal

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Case 1: Building or Wall on One Side of Unit Case 2: Two Units, Side-by-Side
NOTE: Assumes a solid height wall taller than unit. Refer to For models 030-180, there must be a minimum of 4 feet
Case 4 for partial wall openings. between two units placed side-by-side; however, performance
For models AGZ030-100E, maintain a 4 feet minimum from a may be affected at this distance. For models 190-241,
wall of any height. the minimum is 6 feet as closing spacing may cause air
recirculation and elevated condenser pressure. Assuming
For models AGZ110-130E, maintain a 6 feet minimum from a the requirement of one side having at least 8 feet of
wall of any height. service clearance is met, Case 2 figures show performance
For models AGZ140-241E, maintain a 8 feet minimum from a adjustments as the distance between two units increases.
wall of any height.
Figure 5: Two Units, Side-by-Side
Figure 4: Building or Wall on One Side of Unit

Height Distance
of Between
Wall Wall
and
Unit
Figure 6: Case 2 - Full Load Capacity Reduction

Full Load Capacity Reduction


3.5

3.0
% Capacity Reduction

2.5

2.0

1.5

1.0

0.5

0.0
4 5 6 8
Distance Between Units (ft)
AGZ030-070E AGZ075-100E
AGZ110-130E AGZ140-180E
AGZ190-211E AGZ225-241E

Figure 7: Case 2 - Power Increase


Power Increase
4.5

4.0

3.5
% Power Increase

3.0

2.5

2.0

1.5

1.0

0.5

0.0
4 5 6 8
Distance Between Units (ft)
AGZ030-070E AGZ075-100E
AGZ110-130E AGZ140-180E
AGZ190-211E AGZ225-241E

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Case 3: Three or More Units, Side-by-Side Case 4: Open Screening Walls


For all models, there must be a minimum distance between Decorative screening walls are often used to help conceal a
any units placed side-by-side; however, performance may be unit either on grade or on a rooftop. When possible, design
affected at this distance. Minimum distances are: models 030 these walls such that the combination of their open area
to 070 - 4 feet, models 075 to 100 - 5 feet, models 110 to 241 and distance from the unit (see Figure 11) do not require
- 6 feet. Figure 9 and Figure 10 depict Case 3 performance performance adjustment. If the wall opening percentage is less
adjustments as the distance between units increases. than recommended for the distance to the unit, it should be
NOTE: Data in Figure 9 and Figure 10 is for the middle unit considered as a solid wall. It is assumed that the wall height is
with a unit on each side. See Case 2 adjustment equal to or less than the unit height when mounted on its base
factors for the two outside units. support. If the wall height is greater than the unit height, see
Case 5: Pit Installation for performance adjustment factors.
Figure 8: Three or More Units, Side-by-Side The distance from the sides of the unit to the side walls must
be sufficient for service, such as opening control panel doors.
For uneven wall spacing, the distance from the unit to each
wall can be averaged providing no distance is less than 4 feet.
Values are based on walls on all four sides.

Figure 11: Case 4 - Allowable Wall Open Area


Wall Free Area vs. Distance
9.0

Distance from Wall to Unit (ft)


8.0

7.0

Figure 9: Case 3 - Full Load Capacity Reduction 6.0

Full Load Capacity Reduction 5.0


6.0

4.0
5.0
% Capacity Reduction

3.0
4.0 0 10 20 30 40 50
% Open Wall Area
3.0 AGZ030-070E AGZ075-100E
AGZ110-130E AGZ140-180E
AGZ190-241E
2.0

1.0

0.0
4 5 6 8
Distance Between Units
AGZ030-035E AGZ040-070E AGZ075-100E
AGZ0110-130E AGZ140-180E AGZ190-211E
AGZ225-241E

Figure 10: Case 3 - Power Increase


Power Increase
8.0

7.0
% Power Increase

6.0

5.0

4.0

3.0

2.0

1.0

0.0
4 5 6 8
Distance Between Units (ft)
AGZ030-035E AGZ040-070E AGZ075-100E
AGZ0110-130E AGZ140-180E AGZ190-211E
AGZ225-241E

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Case 5: Pit Installation Figure 14: Case 5 - Pit Installation


Pit installations can cause operating problems resulting from
air recirculation and restriction and require care that sufficient
air clearance is provided, safety requirements are met and
service access is provided. A solid wall surrounding a unit is
substantially a pit and this data should be used.

Steel grating is sometimes used to cover a pit to prevent


accidental falls or trips into the pit. The grating material
and installation design must be strong enough to prevent
such accidents, yet provide abundant open area to avoid
recirculation problems. Have any pit installation reviewed by
the Daikin Applied sales representative prior to installation to
ensure it has sufficient air-flow characteristics and approved by
the installation design engineer to avoid risk of accident.

Models AGZ030-070E:
Models AGZ075-130E:
The Case 5 figures for models AGZ030-070E show adjustment
The Case 5 figures for models AGZ075-130E show adjustment
factors for pit/wall heights of 4 feet, 5 feet, and 6 feet.
factors for pit/wall heights of 5 feet, 6 feet, and 8 feet.

Figure 12: Case 5 - Full Load Capacity Reduction


Figure 15: Case 5 - Full Load Capacity Reduction
(AGZ030E-070E)
(AGZ075-130E)
Full Load Capacity Reduction (AGZ030-070E)
6.0 Full Load Capacity Reduction (AGZ075-130E)
6.0
5.0
5.0
% Capacity Reduction

4.0
% Capacity Reduction

4.0
3.0
3.0
2.0
2.0
1.0
1.0
0.0
0 8 10 12 13 14 0.0
0 8 10 12 13 14
Depth of Pit / Wall Height (ft)
Depth of Pit / Wall Height ft)
Distance = 4 f t Distance = 5 f t Distance = 6 f t
Distance = 5 f t Distance = 6 f t Distance = 8 f t

Figure 13: Case 5 - Power Increase (AGZ030-070E)


Figure 16: Case 5 - Power Increase (AGZ075-130E)
Power Increase (AGZ030-070E)
9.0 Power Increase (AGZ075-130E)
9.0
8.0
8.0
7.0
7.0
6.0
% Power Increase

% Power Increase

6.0
5.0
5.0
4.0
4.0
3.0
3.0
2.0
2.0
1.0
1.0
0.0
0 8 10 12 13 14 0.0
Depth of Pit / Wall Height (ft) 0 8 10 12 13 14
Depth of Pit / Wall Height (ft)
Distance = 4 f t Distance = 5 f t Distance = 6 f t
Distance = 5 f t Distance = 6 f t Distance = 8 f t

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Models AGZ140-241E:
The Case 5 figures for models AGZ140-241E show adjustment
factors for pit/wall heights of 6 feet, 8 feet, and 10 feet.

Figure 17: Case 5 - Full Load Capacity Reduction Figure 19: Case 5 - Power Increase (AGZ140-211E)
(AGZ140-180E)
Full Load Capacity Reduction (AGZ140-180E) Power Increase (AGZ140-211E)
9.0
6.0
8.0
5.0
7.0
% Capacity Reduction

% Power Increase
4.0 6.0

5.0
3.0
4.0
2.0
3.0

1.0 2.0

1.0
0.0
0 8 10 12 13 14 0.0
Depth of Pit / Wall Height (ft) 0 8 10 12 13 14
Depth of Pit / Wall Height (ft)
Distance = 6 ft Distance = 8 ft Distance = 10 ft
Distance = 6 f t Distance = 8 f t Distance = 10 f t

Figure 18: Case 5 - Full Load Capacity Reduction Figure 20: Case 5 - Power Increase (AGZ225-241E)
(AGZ190-241E)
Power Increase (AGZ225-241E)
Full Load Capacity Reduction (AGZ190-241E) 11.0
7.0 10.0

6.0 9.0
8.0
% Power Increase
% Capacity Reduction

5.0 7.0

4.0 6.0
5.0
3.0
4.0
2.0 3.0
2.0
1.0
1.0
0.0 0.0
0 8 10 12 13 14 0 8 10 12 13 14
Depth of Pit / Wall Height (ft) Depth of Pit / Wall Height (ft)
Distance = 6 f t Distance = 8 f t Distance = 10 f t Distance = 6 f t Distance = 8 f t Distance = 10 f t

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Chilled Water Piping


CAUTION connections.
To prevent damage to the evaporator and potential chiller An expansion tank or regulating valve to maintain
failure, a supply strainer is required in the inlet water piping adequate water pressure.
which connects to this evaporator. This strainer must be It is recommended that the field installed water piping to the
installed prior to operation of the chilled liquid pumps. chiller include:

Field installed water piping to the chiller must include: Thermometers at the inlet and outlet connections of the
evaporator.
A cleanable strainer installed at the water inlet to the
evaporator to remove debris and impurities before they Water pressure gauge connection taps and gauges at
reach the evaporator. Install cleanable strainer within the inlet and outlet connections of the evaporator for
5 feet (1500 mm) of pipe length from the evaporator measuring water pressure drop.
inlet connection and downstream of any welded Shutoff valves are necessary to isolate the unit from the
connections (no welded connections between strainer piping during unit servicing.
and evaporator). Minimum bends and changes in elevation to minimize
AGZ-E models 030-180, 191, 211, 226 and 241 require a pressure drop.
strainer with perforations no larger than 0.063 (1.6 mm) Vibration eliminators in both the supply and return water
diameter and models 190, 210, 225 and 240 require a lines to reduce transmissions to the building.
strainer with perforations no larger than 0.125 (3.175 Flush the system water piping thoroughly before making
mm) diameter. See the Inlet Strainer Guidelines on page connections to the unit evaporator.
10 for more information.
Piping insulation, including a vapor barrier, helps prevent
A water flow switch must be installed in the horizontal condensation and reduces heat loss.
piping of the supply (evaporator outlet) water line to avoid
Regular water analysis and chemical water treatment
evaporator freeze-up under low or no flow conditions. The
for the evaporator loop is recommended immediately at
flow switch may be ordered as a factory-installed option,
equipment start-up.
a field-installed kit, or may be supplied and installed in the
field. See page 12 for more information. NOTE: Failure to follow these measures may result in
performance and reliability issues.
Piping for units with brazed-plate evaporators must have
a drain and vent connection provided in the bottom of WARNING
the lower connection pipe and to the top of the upper Daikin Applied recommends against the use of PVC and
connection pipe respectively, see Figure 21. These CPVC piping for chilled water systems. In the event the pipe
evaporators do not have drain or vent connections due is exposed to POE oil used in the refrigerant system, the
to their construction. Purge air from the water system pipe can be chemically damaged and pipe failure can occur.
before unit start-up to provide adequate flow through the If an alternative to copper piping is used, stainless steel is
evaporator. recommended with suction line filters installed at chiller
Adequate piping support, independent from the unit, connect point.
to eliminate weight and strain on the fittings and

Figure 21: Typical Piping for Brazed-Plate Evaporator, Models 30-180, 191, 211, 226 and 241

Air
Vent
Strainer

Inlet
Isolation
P Vibration
Valves
Eliminators

Outlet
Flow
Switch
Drain
WELDED PIPE CONNECTIONS ARE NOT ALLOWED
BETWEEN THE STRAINER AND EVAPORATOR DUE
TO THE CHANCE OF SLAG ENTERING THE EVAPORATOR

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Figure 22: Typical Piping for Shell and Tube Evaporator, Models 190, 210, 225, and 240

VENT
3/8 PIPE PLUG LEAVING FLUID
TEMP . SENSOR

OUTLET
VIBRATION
ELIMINATOR

FLOW
INLET SWITCH
VALVED
PRESSURE
GAUGE GATE
VALVE
VIBRATION BALANCING
ELIMINATOR VALVE
DRAIN GATE
WATER VALVE FLOW
STRAINER
PROTECT ALL FIELD PIPING
AGAINST FREEZING
WELDED PIPE CONNECTIONS ARE NOT ALLOWED FLOW
BETWEEN THE STRAINER AND EVAPORATOR DUE TO THE
CHANCE OF SLAG ENTERING THE EVAPORATOR

Inlet Strainer Guidelines Figure 23: Factory Installed Strainer


An inlet water strainer kit must be installed in the chilled water
piping before the evaporator inlet. Several paths are available
to meet this requirement:
1. Factory installed option is available - models 030 to 180,
191, 211, 226 and 241.
2. A field-installed kit shipped-loose with the unit is available
for all unit sizes and consists of:
Y-type area strainer with 304 stainless steel perforated
basket, Victaulic pipe connections and strainer cap [a
strainer with perforations as listed below by model.]
Extension pipe with two Schrader fittings that can be
used for a pressure gauge and thermal dispersion flow
switch. The pipe provides sufficient clearance from the
evaporator for strainer basket removal.
Figure 24: Strainer Pressure Drop
-inch blowdown valve 100.0
Two grooved clamps
Both are sized per Table 2 and with the pressure drop shown in
the Strainer Pressure Drop graph. Connection sizes are given
in the Dimensions and Weights section on page 23.
Pressure Drop ( ft)

2.0 in. 3.0 in


2.5 in
4.0 in
3. A field-supplied strainer that meets specification and
10.0
installation requirements of this manual.
6.0 in.

Table 2: Strainer Data


8.0 in.

Minimum Factory Field


Trailblazer Strainer Size perforation size Installed Installed
Model in (mm) in (mm) Option Option 1.0

030-070E 2.5 (64) 0.063 (1.6) Y Y


075-130E 3.0 (76) 0.063 (1.6) Y Y
140-180E 4.0 (102) 0.063 (1.6) Y Y
191, 211, 6.0 (152) 0.063 (1.6) Y Y
226, 241 0.1
10.0 100.0 1000.0
190, 210, 8.0 (203) 0.125 (3.175) N Y Flow Rate (gpm)
225, 240

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Water Flow Limitations CAUTION


The use of detergents, chemicals, and additives in the chiller
Constant Evaporator Flow
system water may adversely affect chiller performance and
The evaporator flow rates and pressure drops shown on page potentially lead to repair costs not covered by warranty.
47 for various system designs. The maximum flow rate and Any decision to use these products is at the discretion of
pressure drop are based on a 6F temperature drop. Flow the owner/occupant/operator/user as such they assume full
rates above the maximum values will result in unacceptable liability/responsibility for any damage that may occur due to
pressure drops and can cause excessive erosion, potentially their use.
leading to failure.
The minimum flow and pressure drop is based on a full load Evaporator Freeze Protection
evaporator temperature drop of 16F. Evaporator flow rates
Evaporator freeze-up can be a concern in the application of
below the minimum values can result in laminar flow causing
air-cooled water chillers in areas experiencing below freezing
low pressure alarms, scaling and poor temperature control.
temperatures. To protect against freeze-up, insulation and
Variable Evaporator Flow an electric heater are furnished with the evaporator. Models
030 to 180 and 191, 211, 226 and 241 have an external plate
Reducing evaporator flow in proportion to load can reduce heater and thermostat. Models 190, 210, 225, and 240 have
system power consumption. The rate of flow change should be immersion heaters with a thermostat. These heaters help
a maximum of 10 percent of the flow per minute. For example, protect the evaporator down to -20F (-29C) ambient air
if the maximum design flow is 200 gpm and it will be reduced to temperature. The evaporator heater cable is factory wired
a flow of 140 gpm, the change in flow is 60 gpm. Ten percent of to the 115 volt control circuit transformer in the control box.
200 gpm equals 20 gpm change per minute, or a minimum of A 115V power source for the heater and controls may also
three minutes to go from maximum to desired flow. The water be supplied from a separate power feed to maximize unit
flow through the evaporator must remain between the minimum protection if desired. Refer to the field wiring diagram on page
and maximum values listed in Table 12 on page 47. If flow 50 for additional information on supplying a separate 115V
drops below the minimum allowable, large reductions in heat power feed.
transfer can occur. If the flow exceeds the maximum rate,
excessive pressure drop and tube erosion can occur. See unit Operation of the heaters is automatic through the sensing
set point information in See Variable Evaporator Flow on page thermostat that energizes the evaporator heaters for protection
79. against freeze-up. Unless the evaporator is drained in the
winter or contains an adequate concentration of anti-freeze, the
disconnect switch to the evaporator heater must not be open.
System Water Considerations
Although the evaporator is equipped with freeze protection,
All chilled water systems need adequate time to recognize
it does not protect water piping external to the unit or the
a load change, respond to the change and stabilize to avoid
evaporator itself if there is a power failure or heater burnout, or
undesirable short cycling of the compressors or loss of
if the chiller is unable to control the chilled water pumps. Use
temperature control. In air conditioning systems, the potential
one of the following recommendations for additional freeze
for short cycling usually exists when the building load falls
protection:
below the minimum chiller plant capacity or on close-coupled
systems with very small water volumes. Some of the things 1. If the unit will not be operated during the winter, drain the
the designer should consider when looking at water volume evaporator and chilled water piping and flush with glycol.
are the minimum cooling load, the minimum chiller plant 2. Add a glycol solution to the chilled water system. Burst
capacity during the low load period and the desired cycle time protection should be approximately 10F below minimum
for the compressors. Assuming that there are no sudden load design ambient temperature.
changes and that the chiller plant has reasonable turndown,
a rule of thumb of gallons of water volume equal to two to 3. Insulate the exposed piping.
three times the chilled water gpm flow rate is often used. A 4. Add thermostatically controlled heat by wrapping the
storage tank may have to be added to the system to reach the lines with heat tape.
recommended system volume. Refer to AG 31-003 for method
5. When glycol is added to the water system for freeze
of calculating Minimum Chilled Water Volume.
protection, the refrigerant suction pressure will be lower,
The water quality provided by the owner/occupant/operator/ cooling performance less, and water side pressure drop
user to a chiller system should minimize corrosion, scale greater. If the percentage of glycol is high, or if propylene
buildup, erosion, and biological growth for optimum efficiency is used instead of ethylene glycol, the added pressure
of HVAC equipment without creating a hazard to operating drop and loss of performance could be substantial. When
personnel or the environment. Water systems should be Glycol or Ice are selected as Unit Mode, the MicroTech
cleaned and flushed prior to the chiller installation. Water III control will automatically reset the available range
testing and treatment should be verified during initial chiller for the Leaving Water Temperature, Freezestat and
installation/commissioning and maintained on a continuous Evaporator Pressure settings.
basis by water treatment professionals (see Limited Product
Warranty on inside of back cover).

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Chilled Water Pump Installation should be per manufacturers instructions included


with the switch. Flow switches should be calibrated to shut off
It is important that the chilled water pumps be wired to, and the unit when operated below the minimum listed flow rate for
controlled by, the chillers microprocessor. When equipped the unit as listed on page 47.
with optional dual pump output, the chiller controller has the
capability to selectively send the signal to a pump relay (by There is also a set of normally closed contacts on the switch
others) to start pump A or B or automatically alternate pump that can be used for an indicator light or an alarm to indicate
selection and also has standby operation capability. The when a no flow condition exists. Freeze protect any flow
controller will energize the pump whenever at least one circuit switch that is installed outdoors. Differential pressure switches
on the chiller is enabled to run, whether there is a call for are not recommended for outdoor installation. They can freeze
cooling or not. This helps ensure proper unit start-up sequence. and not indicate a no-flow conditions.
The pump will also be turned on when the water temperature
goes below the Freeze Setpoint for longer than a specified time Glycol Solutions
to help prevent evaporator freeze-up. Connection points are Test coolant with a clean, accurate glycol refractometer to
shown in the Field Wiring Diagram beginning on page 50. determine the freezing point. Obtain percent glycol from the
freezing point table below. It is recommended that a minimum
CAUTION
of 25% solution by weight be used for protection against
Adding glycol or draining the system is the recommended corrosion or that additional compatible inhibitors be added.
method of freeze protection. If the chiller does not have Concentrations above 35% do not provide any additional burst
the ability to control the pumps and the water system is protection and should be carefully considered before using.
not drained in temperatures below freezing, catastrophic
evaporator failure may occur. Reset the freezestat setting to 6 F (3.3 C) below the leaving
chilled water setpoint temperature after the glycol percentage
Failure to allow pump control by the chiller may cause the is verified safe for the application.
following problems:
CAUTION
1. If any device other than the chiller attempts to start the
chiller without first starting the pump, the chiller will lock Do not use an automotive-grade antifreeze. Industrial
out on the No Flow alarm and require manual reset. grade glycols must be used. Automotive antifreeze contains
inhibitors which will cause plating on the copper tubes within
2. If the chiller evaporator water temperature drops below
the chiller evaporator. The type and handling of glycol used
the Freeze setpoint the chiller will attempt to start the
must be consistent with local codes.
water pumps to avoid evaporator freeze. If the chiller
does not have the ability to start the pumps, the chiller
will alarm due to lack of water flow. Table 3: Ethylene Glycol Factors

3. If the chiller does not have the ability to control the E.G. Freeze Point
pumps and the water system is not to be drained in % F C
temperatures below freezing or contain glycol, the chiller
may be subject to catastrophic evaporator failure due to 10 26 -3.3
freezing. The freeze rating of the evaporator is based on 20 18 -7.8
the evaporator heater and pump operation. The external 30 7 -14
brazed plate heater or shell and tube immersion heater
itself may not be able to properly protect the evaporator 40 -7 -22
from freezing without circulation of water. 50 -28 -33
Table 4: Propylene Glycol Factors
Flow Switch
All chillers require a chilled water flow switch to check that P.G. Freeze Point
there is adequate water flow through the evaporator ant to shut % F C
the unit down if there isnt. There are two options for meeting
10 26 -3.3
this requirement.
20 19 -7.2
1. A factory-mounted thermal dispersion flow switch.
30 9 -13
2. A paddle type flow switch is available from Daikin
Applied for field mounting and wiring. Wire from switch 40 -5 -21
terminals Y and R to the unit control panel terminals 50 -27 -33
shown on the field wiring diagrams, page 50 and page
51. Mount the flow switch in the leaving water line to Low Ambient Operation
shut down the unit when water flow is interrupted. A flow Compressor staging is adaptively determined by system load,
switch is an equipment protection control and should ambient air temperature, and other inputs to the MicroTech III
never be used to cycle a unit. control. The standard minimum ambient temperature is 32F
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down to -10F (-23C). The minimum ambient temperature by the chiller controller.
is based on still conditions where the wind is not greater a cleanable strainer with perforations no larger than
than 5 mph. Greater wind velocities will result in reduced 0.063 (1.6 mm) diameter must be installed within 5 feet
discharge pressure, increasing the minimum operating (1500 mm) of pipe length from the heat exchanger inlet
ambient temperature. Field installed louvers are available and and downstream of any welded connections, see Figure
recommended to help allow the chiller to operate effectively 25 for pressure drop.
down to the ambient temperature for which it was designed. water piping and other portions of the heat recovery water
loop must be insulated to prevent heat loss and possible
High Ambient Operation injury due to hot surfaces.
Trailblazer units for high ambient operation (105F to 125F, a field-installed safety or relief valve on the water side is
40C to 52C) require the addition of the optional high ambient required to prevent risks in case the water temperature
package that includes a small fan with a filter in the air intake thermostat should fail.
to cool the control panel. Separate 120 volt power supply for immersion heaters. A
junction box for a 120 Volt power connection is provided.
All units with the optional VFD low ambient fan control
a water tank and an additional water heater is suggested
automatically include the high ambient option. Note that in in the heat recovery piping loop for initial water
cases of high ambient temperature, capacity could be reduced temperature control and better loop stability. Typical loop
or the lowest leaving water temperature settings may be sizing guidance is water volume (in gallons) be greater
outside of the chiller operating envelope; consult with a Daikin than or equal to approximately two to three times the heat
Applied sales representative to ensure chiller is capable of the recovery water flow rate (in gallons/minute).
required lift. NOTE: If the partial heat exchanger is drained the heater
must be turned off to avoid damaging the heat
Partial Heat Recovery exchanger. The heater should only be on when the
Partial heat recovery for Trailblazer chillers is achieved by heat recovery heat exchanger has water in it.
adding an auxilliary heat exchanger in each unit refrigerant Partial Heat Recovery Freeze Avoidance
circuit between the compressors and the condenser coils.
The heat exchangers transfer the heat from the compressor The heat recovery condenser is insulated; a factory-installed
discharge gas to a separate water loop which can be used heater will protect the heat exchanger from freezing in
for various heating applications. The heating recovery cycle ambient temperatures down to -20F (-29C). When the
is only available when the chiller is running. The partial ambient temperature drops to approximately 39F (3.9C) the
heat recovery auxillary heat exchanger can return water up thermostat energizes the heaters.
to 155F; however, this value cannot be set. The amount The inlet and outlet piping should be protected against freezing
of heat produced can be up to 50% of the nominal cooling by one of the following methods:
capacity and is dependent on the requested cooling load, the
Install heat tape on all field-installed water piping
operating temperatures, and the water flow rate through the
auxilliary heat exchangers. Contact a local Daikin Applied sales Add freeze-inhibiting fluid to the partial heat recovery
representative for information on specific applications. water loop. If adequate amounts of glycol are supplied, it
is not required to power the heater.
WARNING
Potable water cannot be used in the partial heat recovery
system due to the single wall construction of the heat
exchangers.
Partial heat recovery components that are factory-supplied:
Brazed plate heat exchangers - one in each circuit with
the water piped together in parallel for one inlet and one
outlet water connection, see Figure 57 for pressure drops.
Insulation of heat exchangers and water piping at the unit.
Separate temperature sensors for inlet and outlet water
piping at the heat exchangers.
Connections for air vent at the outlet water piping and
drain at the inlet water piping.
Immersion heater for each auxillary heat exchanger for
freeze protection.
Required partial heat recovery field piping (see next page) and
connections are listed below.
an external 3-way valve or a variable speed pump in the
auxillary heat exchanger water piping for modulation of
flow through the heat exchangers by the unit controller.
Heat recovery water loop pump must also be controlled

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AGZE PACKAGE CHILLER WITH BACK END OF UNIT
OPTIONAL HEAT RECOVERY
MICROCHANNEL ALUMINUM COIL

* FIELD INSTALLED HEAT RECOVERY LOOP FIELD


CONNECTIONS
334549813 D 0A 5

THERMOMETER VIBRATION
(USER OPTION) ELIMINATOR

VIBRATION
ELIMINATOR

INLET WATER
STRAINER
Figure 25: AGZ075-241E Heat Recovery Field Piping

TEE CONNECTION & ELECTRONIC 3-WAY VALVE


ARE NOT REQUIRED WHEN USING A VFD TERMINAL BOX FOR FIELD WIRING TO HEAT
TEE CONTROLLED WATER PUMP EXCHANGER FREEZE PROTECTION HEATERS
CONNECTION

1
ELECTRONIC
3-WAY VALVE

HEAT 1
RECOVERY FIELD INSTALLED
HEAT LOAD
WATER PUMP

SHUT OFF SHUT OFF

NOTES:

1. A VFD CONTROLLED WATER PUMP OR AN ELECTRONIC 3-WAY VALVE IS REQUIRED FOR TEMPERATURE CONTROL.
2. FIELD INSTALLED 3-WAY VALVE OR WATER PUMP VFD TO BE CONTROLLED BY 0-10 DCV OR 4-20 mA OUTPUT FROM
THE CHILLER UNIT CONTROLLER.
3. GALLONS OF WATER VOLUME FOR THE HEAT RECOVERY PIPING LOOP SHOULD EQUAL 2 TO 3 TIMES THE
HEAT RECOVERY LOOP GPM FLOW RATE.
4. FOR POTABLE WATER USE - A SECONDARY HEAT EXCHANGER IN A SEPARATE LOOP IS REQUIRED.
5. WATER PIPING CONNECTIONS AT THE UNIT ARE 2.0" VICTAULIC.

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Installation and Application Information

Condenser Coil Options and Coating BlackFin coils include aluminum fins pre-coated with a
durable phenolic epoxy coating. In addition to providing a
Considerations durable coating on the fin material, the BlackFin coils provide
The standard coils on the Trailblazer chiller are an all and epoxy barrier between the aluminum fin stock and the
aluminum alloy microchannel design with a series of flat copper tube, to prevent the galvanic corrosion that can occur
tubes containing multiple, parallel flow microchannels layered between the dissimilar metals. This option will provide a 1000+
between the refrigerant manifolds. The microchannel coils are hour salt spray rating per ASTM B117-90. The BlackFin
designed to withstand 1000+ hour acidified synthetic sea water option provides enhanced protection in mildly corrosive
fog (SWAAT) test (ASTM G85-02) at 120F (49C) with 0% fin environments. This option is only available for models AGZ030-
loss and develop no leaks. 070E.
Should the standard microchannel coil not meet the corrosion Copper-fin coils consist of 3/8 inch (10 mm) seamless copper
requirements for the application, additional coil options are tubes mechanically bonded into plate-type copper fins. The fins
available. have full drawn collars to completely cover the tubes. Since
the fin and the tube materials are similar, the opportunity for
Aluminum fin/copper tube coils consist of 3/8 inch (10 mm)
galvanic corrosion is eliminated. The copper fin/copper tube
seamless copper tubes mechanically bonded into plate-type
option may be used in marine environments; however this
aluminum fins. The fins have full drawn collars to completely
option is not well suited for industrial or chemical atmospheric
cover the tubes. The aluminum fin/copper tube option is best
contamination. This option is only available for models
suited for non-corrosive environments, and can be repaired
AGZ030-070E.
onsite. This option is only available for models AGZ030-070E.
ElectroFin coil coating is a water-based extremely flexible
Figure 26: Aluminum Fin/Copper Tube Coils and durable epoxy polymer coating uniformly applied to all
coil surfaces through a multi-step, submerged electrostatic
coating process. ElectroFin condenser coils provide a 5000+
hour salt spray resistance per ASTM B117-90, applied to both
the coil and the coil frames. The ElectroFin coated coils also
receive a UV-resistant urethane top-coat to provide superior
resistance to degradation from direct sunlight. This coil coating
option provides the best overall protection against corrosive
marine, industrial or combined atmospheric contamination.
This coating option may be applied to any of the untreated coil
options offered, to provide excellent longevity and resistance to
corrosion.

Table 5: Coil/Coating Selection Matrix


Combined
Non- Unpolluted Industrial3
Coil Option Marine-
Corrosive1 Marine2 Industrial4
Standard Microchannel +++ - - -
Alum. Fin/Copper Tube5 +++ - - -
Copper Fin/Copper Tube5 +++ +++ - -
BlackFin5 +++ + + -
ElectroFin +++ +++ +++ ++
NOTE:
1. Non-corrosive environments may be estimated by the
appearance of existing equipment in the immediate area
where the chiller is to be placed.
2. Marine environments should take into consideration
proximity to the shore as well as prevailing wind
direction.
3. Industrial contaminants may be general or localized,
based on the immediate source of contamination (i.e.
diesel fumes due to proximity to a loading dock).
4. Combined marine-industrial are influenced by proximity
to shore, prevailing winds, general and local sources of
contamination.
5. Available for models AGZ030-070E only.

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NOTE:
PIPING SHOWN FOR ONE SYSTEM OF UNIT.
UNIT HAS TWO INDEPENDENT SYSTEMS. AGZ030-070E PACKAGE CHILLER
MICROCHANNEL ALUMINUM COIL

CONDENSER AIR
ASSEMBLY FLOW

SCHRADER
VALVE
CHARGING
DISCHARGE VALVE
DISCHARGE HIGH PRESSURE SUCTION SUCTION
AIR
SHUT-OFF SWITCH TRANSDUCER TEMP. SENSOR
FLOW DISCHARGE SUCTION SHUT-OFF
VALVE (WL1, WL2) (ST1, ST2)
AIR (OPTIONAL) TRANSDUCER BALL VALVE
FLOW (WH1, WH2) (OPTIONAL)
DISCHARGE SCHRADER
TUBING VALVE

OUTSIDE AIR SCROLL


TEMPERATURE COMPRESSOR
Figure 27: AGZ030-070E Package Chiller with Microchannel

SUCTION
(WAA) (TANDEM) TUBING
LOCATED BEHIND
THE CONTROL BOX

OIL SIGHT OIL


CHARGING
GLASS HEATER
VALVE
FUSIBLE
PLUG

EXPANSION VALVE
SENSING BULB
LIQUID WYE STRAINER REQUIRED
TUBING (FACTORY OR FIELD
INSTALLED)
HOT GAS SOLENOID HGBP
ACCESS BYPASS TUBING VALVE VALVE
FITTING
(OPTIONAL) WATER
IN
SCHRADER
VALVE
LEAVING WATER
LIQUID TEMP. SENSOR
SHUT-OFF
VALVE
(OPTIONAL) WATER
OUT

FILTER SCHRADER SOLENOID SIGHT SCHRADER THERMAL FLOW SENSOR PLATE TYPE
DRIER VALVE VALVE GLASS VALVE EXPANSION VALVE (OPTIONAL) EVAPORATOR
(REPLACEABLE (EXV OPTIONAL)
CORE OR SEALED)

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Refrigerant Schematics
Refrigerant Schematics

Figure 28: AGZ075-100E Package Chiller with Microchannel

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Figure 29: AGZ110-130E Package Chiller with Microchannel

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Figure 30: AGZ140-180E Package Chiller with Microchannel

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Figure 31: AGZ190, 210, 225 and 240E Package Chiller with Microchannel

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AGZ191, 211, 226 & 241E PACKAGE CHILLER
1. PIPING SHOWN FOR ONE SYSTEM OF UNIT. UNITS HAVE
TWO INDEPENDENT SYSTEMS. MICROCHANNEL ALUMINUM COIL
2. THE CONDENSER ASSEMBLY SHOWN IS OF CIRCUIT 1 OF BRAZED PLATE TYPE EVAPORATOR
THE AGZ226-241E 14 FAN UNIT. THE AGZ191-211E DOES
NOT HAVE THE V-COIL ASSEMBLY THAT'S MARKED OFF.

CONDENSER
ASSEMBLY

DISCHARGE
AIR SOLENOID AIR AIR AIR
SCHRADER SCHRADER
FLOW VALVE FLOW VALVE FLOW VALVE FLOW

CHARGING
HOTGAS
VALVE
AIR AIR SHUT-OFF SUCTION
VALVE SUCTION
FLOW FLOW TEMP. SENSOR
PRESSURE
TRANSDUCER (ST1, ST2)
DISCHARGE (WL1, WL2)
PRESSURE
SCHRADER TRANSDUCER DISCHARGE
DISCHARGE VALVE (WH1, WH2) HIGH PRESSURE
SWITCH
TUBING
SEE NOTE 2 DISCHARGE
SHUT-OFF
LIQUID LINE VALVE WITH OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE
CHECK VALVES SCHRADER VALVE SENSOR (WAA) HOT GAS SCROLL
LOCATED ON CONDENSER RAIL COMPRESSOR
BYPASS TUBING (TRIO)

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(OPTIONAL)
WYE STRAINER
REQUIRED (FACTORY OR HGBP OIL
OIL SIGHT
FIELD INSTALLED) SCHRADER ENTERING WATER VALVE HEATERS
GLASS
VALVE TEMP. SENSOR
CHARGING WATER FLOW
VALVE SENSOR SOLENOID
Figure 32: AGZ191, 211, 226 and 241 Package Chiller with Microchannel

WATER (OPTIONAL) VALVE SUCTION


IN TUBING
LIQUID FUSIBLE SCHRADER
TUBING PLUG VALVE SUCTION SHUT-OFF
BALL VALVE WITH
SCHRADER VALVE
(OPTION)
PLATE TYPE
EVAPORATOR
LIQUID SHUT-OFF WATER
VALVE WITH OUT
SCHRADER VALVE

ELECTRICAL SCHRADER SIGHT


LEAVING WATER EXPANSION VALVE VALVE GLASS
TEMP. SENSOR

FILTER SCHRADER SOLENOID


DRIER VALVE VALVE
(REPLACEABLE CORE)

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CONDENSER ASSEMBLY
(10 FAN CONFIGURATION SHOWN)

AIR FLOW AIR FLOW SCHRADER AIR FLOW NOTES:


VALVE
AGZE PACKAGE CHILLER WITH 1. PIPING SHOWN FOR ONE SYSTEM OF UNIT.
MICROCHANNEL ALUMINUM COIL UNITS HAVE TWO INDEPENDENT SYSTEMS.
WITH OPTIONAL HEAT RECOVERY 2. HEAT RECOVERY WATER INLET/OUTLET FROM FIELD
INSTALLED REMOTE PUMP AND WATER CIRCUIT.
334549812 D 00 3. DISCHARGE GAS FROM THE COMPRESSOR ALWAYS
PASSES THROUGH THE HEAT EXCHANGER BEFORE
AIR FLOW GOING TO THE CONDENSER COILS.
AIR FLOW HEAT FROM THE HEAT EXCHANGER GAS FLOW IS
TRANSFERRED TO THE REMOTE WATER CIRCUIT
DISCHARGE WHEN THE REMOTE PUMP IS TURNED ON.
SOLENOID
VALVE OUTSIDE AIR TEMP. SENSOR
(WAA)
LOCATED ON
CONDENSER RAIL
HEAT RECOVERY
DESUPERHEATERS
HEAT EXCHANGERS DISCHARGE
ASSEMBLY TUBING
LEAVING WATER (HX-COND.) SUCTION TEMP. SENSOR
TEMP. SENSOR LIQUID LINE (ST1, ST2)
CHECK VALVE HOT GAS
SHUT-OFF SUCTION
VALVE TRANSDUCER SUCTION
WATER (WL1, WL2) SHUT-OFF VALVE
DISCHARGE DISCHARGE WITH SCHRADER VALVE
OUTLET HIGH PRESSURE
TRANSDUCER (OPTIONAL)
2 (WH1, WH2) SWITCH
DISCHARGE
TUBING SCHRADER
ENTERING WATER (CMPR-HX) VALVE
TEMP. SENSOR CHARGING
VALVE

DISCHARGE SUCTION
WATER SHUT-OFF VALVE SCROLL TUBING
INLET WITH SCHRADER COMPRESSOR
*WYE STRAINER VALVE
(TANDEM OR TRIO)
REQUIRED
(FIELD INSTALLED) DISCHARGE FUSIBLE
2 SHUT-OFF VALVE PLUG
WITH SCHRADER
VALVE OIL
OIL SIGHT HEATER
GLASS
LIQUID HOT GAS
TUBING BYPASS
TUBING ENTERING WATER
(OPTIONAL) TEMPERATURE
SENSOR WYE STRAINER REQUIRED
CHARGING (FACTORY OR FIELD INSTALLED)
VALVE HGBP SCHRADER
SOLENOID VALVE
VALVE VALVE

WATER
IN
ACCESS
FITTING
LEAVING WATER
TEMP. SENSOR
SCHRADER SIGHT PLATE TYPE
LIQUID SCHRADER VALVE GLASS EVAPORATOR SHOWN
SHUT-OFF VALVE WATER (SHELL AND TUBE
VALVE OUT
EVAPORATOR USED ON
SOME MODELS)
FLOW SENSOR
SOLENOID (OPTIONAL)
ELECTRICAL
Figure 33: AGZ75-180, 191, 211, 226 and 241E Package Chiller with Microchannel and Heat Recovery

VALVE
EXPANSION VALVE
FILTER DRIER
(REPLACEABLE CORE)

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M1 - M4, ISOLATOR MOUNTING HOLE LOCATIONS ON BOTTOM SURFACE OF UNIT BASE
M3 M1 334547101 0B
337 1721 337 AGZ-E, 4 FANS
13.3 L3 67.8 L1 13.3

NOTE: LIFTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT SHIPPING WEIGHTS.


MOUNTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT OPERATING WEIGHT WITH EVAPORATOR WATER INCLUDED.
52 SHIPPING AND OPERATING WEIGHTS DO NOT INCLUDE THE WEIGHTS OF ANY OPTIONS OR ACCESSORIES.
COMPRESSORS 2.0
CIRCUIT #2 COMPRESSORS
CIRCUIT #1
PACKAGE UNITS WITH MICROCHANNEL COILS
TOP VIEW WITH CENTER OF GRAVITY (CG) LOCATION, IN (MM)
COILS AND UNIT MODEL
X Y Z
FANS REMOVED
AGZ030E 38.9 (988) 44.5 (1130) 40.9 (1039)
AGZ035E 39.7 (1008) 45.5 (1156) 38.1 (968)
Figure 34: AGZ030E - AGZ035E

EVAP . DIMENSIONS IN (MM) CONNECTION SIZE


UNIT MODEL
A B (VICTAULIC)
19
AGZ030E 24.2 (615) 2.9 (74) 2.5 (64)
.750 52 AGZ035E 23.5 (597) 2.2 (56) 2.5 (64)
QTY. 4 2.0

209
L4 L2 1822
8.2
M4 M2 71.8
REF.
BLANK PANELS ARE
USED ON UNIT SIDES. CONTROL
SLOPED 50" COILS BOX
USED ON INSIDE.

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51 497
2.0 19.6 64
[22] 22 2X 2.5
.875 KNOCKOUTS 80 127 .875 KNOCKOUTS
POWER ENTRY KNOCKOUTS 165 370
3.2 5.0 FIELD CONTROL
ARE ON THE OPPOSITE 6.5 14.6 2546
CONNECTIONS
SIDE OF CONTROL BOX QTY. 3 100.2

[22] 2389
152 A .875
EVAP. 94.1
WATER 6.0 B POWER ENTRY
INLET KNOCKOUTS
FRONT OR
1094 RIGHT SIDE Y
43.1 153
635 6.0 EVAP.
L1 - L4, 25.0
LIFTING 266
LOCATIONS 10.5
L3 L1
506 L4 EVAP. L2 506 WYE-STRAINER
19.9 WATER 19.9 FRONT LEFT REQUIRED X
OUTLET 797 CORNER POST (FACTORY OR FIELD
PURPOSELY INSTALLED OPTION) 2235
31.4 HIDDEN
Z 88.0
2396 DIMENSION DOES NOT INCLUDE
94.3 LIFTING BRACKETS

PACKAGE UNITS WITH MICROCHANNEL COILS


OPERATING
SHIPPING WEIGHT LIFTING (SHIPPING) WEIGHT BY CORNER LBS (KG) MOUNTING (OPERATING) WEIGHT LBS (KG)
UNIT MODEL WEIGHT
LBS (KG) LBS (KG) L1 L2 L3 L4 M1 M2 M3 M4
AGZ030E 2947 (1337) 2960 (1343) 1011 (459) 799 (362) 635 (288) 502 (228) 980 (445) 775 (352) 673 (305) 532 (241)

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Dimensions and Weights - Packaged Units

AGZ035E 2873 (1303) 2887 (1310) 1051 (477) 861 (391) 528 (240) 433 (196) 1005 (456) 824 (374) 581 (264) 476 (216)
M1 - M4, ISOLATOR MOUNTING HOLE LOCATIONS ON BOTTOM SURFACE OF UNIT BASE PACKAGE UNITS WITH MICROCHANNEL COILS
M3 M1 CG LOCATION, IN (MM)
337 1721 337 UNIT MODEL
13.3 67.8 13.3 X Y Z
L3 L1
AGZ040E 39.8 (1011) 45.9 (1166) 38.4 (975)
52 AGZ045E 38.9 (988) 44.5 (1130) 41.2 (1047)
2.0 AGZ050E 39.1 (993) 44.9 (1141) 41.2 (1047)
COMPRESSORS
CIRCUIT #2 AGZ055E 39.1 (993) 44.8 (1138) 41.2 (1047)
COMPRESSORS
CIRCUIT #1 AGZ060E 39.2 (996) 44.6 (1133) 41.1 (1044)
AGZ065E 39.2 (996) 44.6 (1133) 41.1 (1044)
AGZ070E 36.8 (935) 41.8 (1062) 42.6 (1082)
TOP VIEW WITH
COILS AND
FANS REMOVED EVAP . DIMENSIONS IN (MM) CONNECTION SIZE
UNIT MODEL
A B (VICTAULIC)
AGZ040E 22.8 (579) 1.5 (38) 2.5 (64)
AGZ045E 21.4 (544) 0.11 (3) 2.5 (64)
AGZ050E 20 (508) 2.7 (69) 2.5 (64)
Figure 35: AGZ040E - AGZ070E

AGZ055E 19.3 (490) 2.0 (51) 2.5 (64)


19 AGZ060E 17.6 (447) 0.3 (8) 2.5 (64)
.750
QTY. 4 52 AGZ065E 17.6 (447) 0.3 (8) 2.5 (64)
2.0 AGZ070E 17.6 (447) 0.3 (8) 2.5 (64)

L4 L2 208
1822
8.2
M4 M2 71.8
REF.
CONTROL
BOX

497
19.6
51
2.0 64
22 2X 2.5
[22]
.875 KNOCKOUTS .875 KNOCKOUTS
80 127 FIELD CONTROL 165 370
POWER ENTRY KNOCKOUTS 3.2 5.0
ARE ON THE OPPOSITE CONNECTIONS 6.5 14.6 2546
SIDE OF CONTROL BOX QTY. 3 100.2

152 [22] 2389


A .875
EVAP. 6.0 94.0
WATER POWER ENTRY
B KNOCKOUTS
INLET
FRONT OR
1094 RIGHT SIDE Y
43.1 153
635 6.0 EVAP.
25.0
L1 - L4, 266
LIFTING 10.5
LOCATIONS
L3 EVAP. L1
506 L4 WATER L2 506
19.9 OUTLET 19.9 WYE-STRAINER X
FRONT LEFT REQUIRED 334547101 0B
797 CORNER POST (FACTORY OR FIELD
31.4 PURPOSELY INSTALLED OPTION) 2235
AGZ-E, 4 FANS
Z HIDDEN
88.0
2396 DIMENSION DOES NOT INCLUDE
94.3 LIFTING BRACKETS
PACKAGE UNITS WITH MICROCHANNEL COILS
OPERATING
SHIPPING WEIGHT LIFTING (SHIPPING) WEIGHT BY CORNER LBS (KG) MOUNTING (OPERATING) WEIGHT LBS (KG)
UNIT MODEL WEIGHT
LBS (KG) LBS (KG) L1 L2 L3 L4 M1 M2 M3 M4
AGZ040E 2948 (1337) 2964 (1345) 1067 (484) 881 (400) 548 (249) 453 (206) 1022 (464) 844 (383) 601 (273) 496 (225)
AGZ045E 3094 (1403) 3112 (1412) 1051 (477) 832 (377) 676 (307) 535 (243) 1021 (463) 809 (367) 715 (324) 567 (257)
AGZ050E 3093 (1403) 3114 (1413) 1049 (476) 837 (380) 671 (304) 536 (243) 1020 (463) 814 (369) 712 (323) 568 (258)
AGZ055E 3106 (1409) 3128 (1419) 1052 (477) 840 (381) 675 (306) 539 (245) 1023 (464) 817 (371) 716 (325) 572 (260)
AGZ060E 3130 (1420) 3155 (1431) 1059 (480) 851 (386) 676 (307) 543 (246) 1031 (468) 828 (376) 718 (326) 577 (262)
AGZ065E 3130 (1420) 3155 (1431) 1059 (480) 851 (386) 676 (307) 543 (246) 1031 (468) 828 (376) 718 (326) 577 (262)
AGZ070E 3472 (1575) 3497 (1586) 1180 (535) 847 (384) 842 (382) 604 (274) 1157 (525) 830 (377) 880 (399) 631 (286)

NOTE: LIFTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT SHIPPING WEIGHTS.


MOUNTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT OPERATING WEIGHT WITH EVAPORATOR WATER INCLUDED.
SHIPPING AND OPERATING WEIGHTS DO NOT INCLUDE THE WEIGHTS OF ANY OPTIONS OR ACCESSORIES.

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Dimensions and Weights - Packaged Units
M1 - M4, ISOLATOR MOUNTING HOLE LOCATIONS ON BOTTOM SURFACE OF UNIT BASE.

M1
M3
984 2433 315
38.7 95.8 12.4
L3 L1
UNIT CG LOCATION, IN (MM)
52 MODEL X Y Z
2.0 AGZ075E 45.3 (1151) 38.6 (980) 56.2 (1427)
AGZ080E 44.2 (1122) 39.2 (995) 56.5 (1435)
TOP VIEW WITH AGZ090E 44.2 (1122) 39.2 (995) 55.0 (1397)
COILS AND FANS COMPR.
REMOVED CIRCUIT 2 AGZ100E 43.6 (1108) 38.9 (988) 55.7 (1415)

EVAP. DIMENSIONS
UNIT CONNECTION
IN (MM)
MODEL SIZE, IN.
A B
Figure 36: AGZ075E - AGZ100E

COMPR. AGZ075E 55.6 (1412) 27.1 (688)


1118 CIRCUIT 1 AGZ080E 54.4 (1382) 25.9 (658)
44.0 3.0 (76)
AGZ090E 54.4 (1382) 25.9 (658)
52 AGZ100E 51.6 (1311) 23.1 (587)
2.0

L4 L2 M2
M4 19
B .750
QTY. 4
A

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BOX X 2506
WYE-STRAINER
REQUIRED 98.6
(FACTORY OR FIELD
INSTALLED OPTION) 22
.875 KNOCKOUTS 2355
FIELD CONTROL 92.7
CONNECTIONS
51 QTY. 3
2.0
127 64
80 2.5
153 5.0 Y
3.1
858 6.0 64
2.5 213
33.8 8.4
290 305
11.4 12.0
L3 L1
L4 EVAP. L2 22 [22]
L1 - L4, 916 EVAP. 609 292 165
WATER .875 KNOCKOUTS .875 POWER ENTRY
LIFTING 36.1 WATER INLET 24.0 11.5 6.5
POWER ENTRY KNOCKOUTS KNOCKOUTS
LOCATIONS OUTLET 175
ARE ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE FRONT OR RIGHT SIDE
Z 2235 6.9
OF THE CONTROL BOX
3733 37 88.0
147.0 1.5 DIMENSION DOES NOT INCLUDE
LIFTING BRACKETS 334547111 00
AGZ-E, 6 FANS

SHIPPING WEIGHT OPERATING WEIGHT LIFTING (SHIPPING) WEIGHT BY CORNER, LBS (KG) MOUNTING (OPERATING) WEIGHT, LBS (KG)
UNIT MODEL
LBS (KG) LBS (KG) L1 L2 L3 L4 M1 M2 M3 M4
AGZ075E 4388 (1990) 4451 (2019) 1341 (608) 1420 (644) 790 (358) 837 (380) 1173 (532) 1242 (563) 989 (449) 1047 (475)
AGZ080E 4510 (2046) 4579 (2077) 1407 (638) 1418 (643) 840 (381) 846 (384) 1232 (559) 1241 (563) 1049 (476) 1057 (479)
AGZ090E 4540 (2059) 4609 (2091) 1456 (660) 1466 (665) 806 (366) 812 (368) 1276 (579) 1285 (583) 1020 (463) 1028 (466)
AGZ100E 4696 (2130) 4780 (2168) 1505 (683) 1480 (671) 863 (391) 848 (385) 1322 (600) 1299 (589) 1089 (494) 1070 (485)
NOTE: LIFTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT SHIPPING WEIGHTS.
MOUNTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT OPERATING WEIGHT WITH EVAPORATOR WATER INCLUDED.
SHIPPING AND OPERATING WEIGHTS DO NOT INCLUDE THE WEIGHTS OF ANY OPTIONS OR ACCESSORIES.

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Dimensions and Weights - Packaged Units
M1 - M6, ISOLATOR MOUNTING HOLE LOCATIONS ON BOTTOM SURFACE OF UNIT BASE.

M5 M3 M1
630 1499 2433 315
24.8 L3 59.0 95.8 L1 12.4

52
2.0

TOP VIEW WITH COMPR.


COILS AND FANS CIR. 2 UNIT CG LOCATION, IN (MM)
REMOVED. MODEL X Y Z
AGZ110E 44.1 (1120) 42.1 (1069) 69.0 (1753)
AGZ120E 44.1 (1120) 43.3 (1100) 66.4 (1687)
AGZ130E 43.1 (1095) 41.0 (1041) 68.3 (1735)
Figure 37: AGZ110E - AGZ130E

UNIT EVAP. DIMENSIONS, IN (MM) CONNECTION


1118 COMPR.
44.0 CIR. 1 MODEL A B SIZE, IN.
AGZ110E 95.5 (2426) 69.1 (1755)
52 AGZ120E 93.9 (2385) 67.5 (1715) 3.0 (76)
2.0 AGZ130E 92.0 (2337) 65.5 (1664)
M6 L4 M4 L2 M2
19
.750 B
QTY. 6
A

CONTROL
BOX 2506
98.6
WYE-STRAINER
REQUIRED 22 X
(FACTORY OR .875 KNOCKOUTS 2355
FIELD INSTALLED FIELD CONTROL 92.7
OPTION) CONNECTIONS
51 QTY. 3
2.0 64
80 2.5
153 127 213
3.1 5.0 64 Y
858 6.0 8.4
33.8 2.5
290 305
11.4 12.0

L3 L1
996 L4 EVAP. EVAP. L2 609 292 165 [22]
L1 - L4, 39.2 WATER WATER 24.0 11.5 6.5 .875 POWER ENTRY
LIFTING OUTLET INLET KNOCKOUTS
Z 37 175
LOCATIONS FRONT OR RIGHT SIDE
4879 1.5 2235 6.9
192.1 88.0
22
DIMENSION DOES NOT INCLUDE
.875 KNOCKOUTS LIFTING BRACKETS
POWER ENTRY KNOCKOUTS
ARE ONTHE OPPOSITE SIDE 334547121
OF THE CONTROL BOX AGZ-E 8 FANS

UNIT SHIPPING WEIGHT OPERATING WEIGHT LIFTING (SHIPPING) WEIGHT BY CORNER, LBS (KG) MOUNTING (OPERATING) WEIGHT, LBS (KG)
MODEL LBS (KG) LBS (KG) L1 L2 L3 L4 M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6
AGZ110E 5437 (2466) 5528 (2508) 1762 (799) 1769 (802) 951 (431) 955 (433) 1424 (646) 1430 (649) 845 (383) 849 (385) 489 (222) 491 (223)
AGZ120E 5696 (2584) 5796 (2629) 1907 (865) 1915 (869) 935 (424) 939 (426) 1548 (702) 1555 (705) 878 (398) 882 (400) 465 (211) 467 (212)
AGZ130E 5792 (2627) 5903 (2678) 1941 (880) 1863 (845) 1015 (460) 974 (442) 1575 (714) 1511 (685) 920 (417) 883 (401) 517 (235) 496 (225)
NOTE: LIFTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT SHIPPING WEIGHTS.
MOUNTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT OPERATING WEIGHT WITH EVAPORATOR WATER INCLUDED.
SHIPPING AND OPERATING WEIGHTS DO NOT INCLUDE THE WEIGHTS OF ANY OPTIONS OR ACCESSORIES.

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Dimensions and Weights - Packaged Units
M1 - M4, ISOLATOR MOUNTING HOLE LOCATIONS ON BOTTOM SURFACE OF UNIT BASE.

M1
M5 M3
1711 1564 2433 315
67.4 61.6 95.8 12.4
L3 L1 334547131
AGZ-E 10FANS
52
2.0
UNIT CG LOCATION, IN (MM) EVAP. DIMENSIONS, IN (MM) CONNECTION
MODEL X Y Z A B SIZE, IN.
TOP VIEW WITH
COILS AND FANS AGZ140E 44.1 (1120) 42.6 (1083) 83.3 (2117) 122.1 (3102) 67.51 (1715)
COMPR.
REMOVED CIR. 2 AGZ150E 43.9 (1116) 42.4 (1077) 83.3 (2115) 120.5 (3062) 65.9 (1674) 4.0 (102)
AGZ161E 43.5 (1105) 42.3 (1074) 83.4 (2117) 120.5 (3062) 65.9 (1674)
Figure 38: AGZ140E - AGZ161E

COMPR.
1118 CIR. 1
44.0
52
2.0

M6 L4 M4 L2 M2
19
B
.750
QTY. 6
A

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98.6

CONTROL
BOX X 2355
92.7

51
2.0 64
2.5 Y
80 127
210 3.1 64 213
858 5.0
8.3 2.5 8.4
33.8
290 305 22
11.4 12.0 .875 KNOCKOUTS
FIELD CONTROL
L3 L1
L2 CONNECTIONS
1919 L4 EVAP. EVAP. 609 22 292 165 [22]
75.5 QTY. 3 .875
WATER WATER 24.0 .875 KNOCKOUTS 11.5 6.5 175
L1 - L4 INLET 2235 POWER ENTRY
LIFTING WYE-STRAINER OUTLET POWER ENTRY KNOCKOUTS 6.9 KNOCKOUTS FRONT
37 88.0
LOCATIONS REQUIRED ARE ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE OR RIGHT SIDE
(FACTORY OR FIELD 1.5 OF THE CONTROL BOX DIMENSION DOES NOT INCLUDE
Z LIFTING BRACKETS
INSTALLED OPTION)
6025
237.2

UNIT SHIPPING WEIGHT OPERATING WEIGHT LIFTING (SHIPPING) WEIGHT BY CORNER, LBS (KG) MOUNTING (OPERATING) WEIGHT, LBS (KG)
MODEL LBS (KG) LBS (KG) L1 L2 L3 L4 M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6
AGZ140E 6555 (2973) 6674 (3027) 1862 (845) 1868 (847) 1410 (640) 1415 (642) 1411 (640) 1416 (642) 1070 (485) 1074 (487) 850 (386) 853 (387)
AGZ150E 6617 (3001) 6745 (3059) 1888 (856) 1881 (853) 1426 (647) 1421 (645) 1433 (650) 1428 (648) 1085 (492) 1081 (490) 861 (391) 858 (389)
AGZ161E 6668 (3025) 6802 (3085) 1917 (870) 1876 (851) 1453 (659) 1422 (645) 1456 (660) 1425 (646) 1104 (501) 1080 (490) 878 (398) 859 (390)

NOTE: LIFTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT SHIPPING WEIGHTS.


MOUNTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT OPERATING WEIGHT WITH EVAPORATOR WATER INCLUDED.
SHIPPING AND OPERATING WEIGHTS DO NOT INCLUDE THE WEIGHTS OF ANY OPTIONS OR ACCESSORIES.

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Dimensions and Weights - Packaged Units
M1 - M4, ISOLATOR MOUNTING HOLE LOCATIONS ON BOTTOM SURFACE OF UNIT BASE.

M1
M5 M3
1711 1564 2433 315
67.4 61.6 95.8 12.4
L3 L1
52
2.0

334547131
TOP VIEW WITH COMPR. AGZ-E 10FANS
COILS AND FANS CIR. 2
REMOVED
Figure 39: AGZ170E - AGZ180E

CG LOCATION, IN (MM) EVAP. DIMENSIONS, IN (MM) CONNECTION


UNIT MODEL
X Y Z A B SIZE, IN.

AGZ170E 43.2 (1096) 40.4 (1025) 83.6 (2123) 119 (3022) 64.3 (1634) 4.0 (102)
AGZ180E 44.1 (1119) 39.4 (1000) 82.8 (2103) 117 (2971) 62.4 (1584)
COMPR.
1118 CIR. 1
44.0
52
2.0

M6 L4 M4 L2 M2
19
B .750
QTY. 6
A

2506
98.6

CONTROL 2355
BOX X 92.7

51
2.0 64
2.5 Y
80 127
210 3.1 5.0 64 213
858
8.3 2.5 8.4
33.8
290 305 22
11.4 12.0 .875 KNOCKOUTS
FIELD CONTROL
L3 L1
1919 L4 L2 CONNECTIONS 165 [22]
EVAP. EVAP. 609 22 QTY. 3 292
75.5 6.5 175 .875
L1 - L4 WATER WATER 24.0 .875 KNOCKOUTS 11.5 POWER ENTRY
WYE-STRAINER OUTLET INLET 37 POWER ENTRY KNOCKOUTS 6.9
LIFTING REQUIRED 2235 KNOCKOUTS FRONT
LOCATIONS 1.5 ARE ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE OR RIGHT SIDE
(FACTORY OR FIELD 88.0
INSTALLED OPTION) Z OF THE CONTROL BOX
DIMENSION DOES NOT INCLUDE
6025 LIFTING BRACKETS
237.2

UNIT SHIPPING WEIGHT OPERATING WEIGHT LIFTING (SHIPPING) WEIGHT BY CORNER, LBS (KG) MOUNTING (OPERATING) WEIGHT, LBS (KG)
MODEL LBS (KG) LBS (KG) L1 L2 L3 L4 M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6
6937 (3147) 1941 (880) 1466 (665) 1471 (667) 1136 (515) 1140 (517) 924
AGZ170E 7170 (3252) 7307 (3314) 2072 (940) 1995 (905) 1581 (717) 1522 (690) 1571 (713) 1512 (686) 1197 (543) 1152 (523) 956 (434) 920 (417)
AGZ180E 7412 (3362) 7560 (3429) 2121 (962) 2127 (965) 1580 (717) 1584 (718) 1613 (732) 1617 (733) 1210 (549) 1214 (551) 951 (431) 954 (433)
NOTE: LIFTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT SHIPPING WEIGHTS.
MOUNTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT OPERATING WEIGHT WITH EVAPORATOR WATER INCLUDED.
SHIPPING AND OPERATING WEIGHTS DO NOT INCLUDE THE WEIGHTS OF ANY OPTIONS OR ACCESSORIES.

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Dimensions and Weights - Packaged Units
ISOLATOR MOUNTING HOLE LOCATIONS ARE ON BOTTOM SURFACE OF UNIT
M7 M5 M3 M1
1711 1596 1114 2433 315
67.4 62.9 43.8 95.8 12.4
L5 L3 L1

52
2.0
19
TOP VIEW
WITH COILS .75
AND FANS QTY 8
REMOVED
UNIT CG LOCATION IN (MM)
MODEL X Y Z
Figure 40: AGZ190E, AGZ210E

AGZ190E 43.8 (1111) 39.8 (1011) 102.1 (2592)


AGZ210E 43.9 (1114) 39.8 (1011) 101.9 (2587)

COMPRESSORS NOTE:
CIRCUIT #2 LIFTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT SHIPPING WEIGHTS. MOUNTING
WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT OPERATING WEIGHT WITH EVAPORATOR
814 COMPRESSORS WATER INCLUDED. SHIPPING AND OPERATING WEIGHTS DO NOT INCLUDE
32.1 CIRCUIT #1 THE WEIGHTS OF ANY OPTIONS OR ACCESSORIES.
TYP.

M8 L6 M6 L4 M4 L2 M2 22
52 .875 KNOCKOUTS
2249
2.0 POWER ENTRY POINTS
88.6 4210 FRONT & RIGHT SIDE
165.7

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.875 KNOCKOUTS
FIELD CONTROL
CONNECTIONS
2506
37 CONTROL 98.6
CG 1.5 22 BOX
51 .875 KNOCKOUTS
WATER OUTLET WATER INLET
2.0 POWER ENTRY POINTS CG 2355
ARE ON OPPOSITE
92.7
SIDE OF CONTROL BOX
Y Y
EVAPORATOR
432
17.0 305 127
TYP. 12.0 5.0
L5 203 L3 L1 64 165
L6 L4 L2 213
8.0 80 2.5 6.5
64 8.4
VICTAULIC 3.1 175
CONN. TYP. 2.5 6.9
1919 2436 2207 609 292 X
75.5 95.9 86.9 24.0 11.5
Z 2235
7171 88.0
282.3 DIMENSION DOES NOT
SHIPPING OPERATING INCLUDE LIFTING BRACKETS
UNIT LIFTING (SHIPPING) WEIGHT BY CORNER, LBS (KG) MOUNTING (OPERATING) WEIGHT, LBS (KG)
MODEL LBSWEIGHT WEIGHT
(KG) LBS (KG) L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 M8 NOTES:
AGZ190E 8548 (3877) 9022 (4092) 1707 (774) 1687 (765) 1442 (654) 1426 (647) 1150 (522) 1137 (516) 1587 (720) 1569 (712) 1191 (540) 1177 (534) 1009 (458) 998 (453) 749 (340) 741 (336) 1. LEFT HAND EVAPORATOR VIEWS SHOWN. SEE CERTIFIED
DRAWING FOR VIEWS WITH RIGHT HAND EVAP.
AGZ210E 8584 (3894) 9058 (4109) 1714 (777) 1703 (772) 1445 (655) 1435 (651) 1147 (520) 1140 (517) 1594 (723) 1584 (718) 1193 (541) 1186 (538) 1010 (458) 1003 (455) 747 (339) 742 (337)

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Dimensions and Weights - Packaged Units
ISOLATOR MOUNTING HOLE LOCATIONS ARE ON BOTTOM SURFACE OF UNIT.
M1
M7 M5 M3
1711 2743 1114 2433 315
67.4 108.0 43.8 95.8 12.4

L7 L5 L3 L1

52
2.0
TOP VIEW 19
WITH COILS .75
AND FANS
REMOVED QTY 8
Figure 41: AGZ225E, AGZ240E

COMPRESSORS
CIRCUIT #2
COMPRESSORS
CIRCUIT #1
814
32.1
TYP. 52
2.0

M8 L8 L6 M6 L4 M4 L2 M2
2685
[22]
105.7 OUTLET .875 KNOCKOUTS
5496
216.4 INLET POWER ENTRY POINTS
FRONT AND RIGHT SIDE

[22]
.875 KNOCKOUTS
FIELD CONTROL
CONNECTIONS

CONTROL 2506
37 22 BOX 98.6
CG 1.5 .875 KNOCKOUTS
WATER 51 POWER ENTRY POINTS CG
WATER 2355
OUTLET INLET 2.0 ARE ON OPPOSITE 92.7
SIDE OF CONTROL BOX
Y Y
EVAPORATOR
432
17.0 305 127
TYP. 12.0 5.0
L7 203 L5 L3 L1
L8 L6 L4 L2 64 165 213
8.0 2.5 6.5
VICTAULIC 80 8.4
CONN. TYP. 3.1 64 175
2.5 6.9
1919 2207 1375 2207 609 292
75.5 86.9 54.1 86.9 24.0 11.5 X

Z 2235
8317 88.0
327.4 DIMENSION DOES NOT
SHIPPING OPERATING INCLUDE LIFTING BRACKETS
UNIT LIFTING (SHIPPING) WEIGHT BY CORNER, LBS (KG) MOUNTING (OPERATING) WEIGHT, LBS (KG)
MODEL WEIGHT WEIGHT
LBS (KG) LBS (KG) L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 L8 M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 M8
NOTES:
AGZ225E 9501 (4310) 10200 (4627) 1419 (644) 1403 (636) 1248 (566) 1234 (560) 1141 (518) 1128 (512) 970 (440) 959 (435) 1410 (640) 1394 (632) 1309 (594) 1294 (587) 1262 (572) 1248 (566) 1148 (521) 1135 (515) 1. LEFT HAND EVAPORATOR VIEWS SHOWN. SEE SHEET 2 FOR
VIEWS WITH RIGHT HAND EVAP.
AGZ240E 9589 (4349) 10288 (4667) 1443 (655) 1433 (650) 1260 (572) 1251 (567) 1146 (520) 1138 (516) 963 (437) 956 (434) 1433 (650) 1422 (645) 1320 (599) 1310 (594) 1269 (576) 1259 (571) 1141 (518) 1133 (514)
PART NUMBER
INSTR,CERTIFIED DWG,AGZ-E 14 FANS
NOTE: 334547141
UNIT CG LOCATION IN (MM) LIFTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT SHIPPING WEIGHTS. MOUNTING
MODEL X Y Z WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT OPERATING WEIGHT WITH EVAPORATOR
AGZ225E 43.7 (1110) 40.7 (1034) 126.6 (3216) WATER INCLUDED. SHIPPING AND OPERATING WEIGHTS DO NOT INCLUDE
AGZ240E 43.8 (1113) 40.8 (1036) 125.9 (3198) THE WEIGHTS OF ANY OPTIONS OR ACCESSORIES.

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Dimensions and Weights - Packaged Units
ISOLATOR MOUNTING HOLE LOCATIONS ARE ON BOTTOM SURFACE OF UNIT
M7 M5 M3 M1
1711 1596 1114 2433 315
67.4 62.9 43.8 95.8 12.4
L5 L3 L1

52
2.0
TOP VIEW 19
WITH COILS
AND FANS .75
REMOVED QTY 8
Figure 42: AGZ191E, AGZ211E

[152] COMPRESSORS
6.0 CIRCUIT #2
VICTAULIC
1118 CONN. TYP.
44.0 COMPRESSORS
CIRCUIT #1

M8 L6 M6 L4 M4 L2 M2 22 1
2241 52 .875 KNOCKOUTS
88.2 2.0 POWER ENTRY POINTS
3577
140.8 w/o STRAINER OPTION FRONT & RIGHT SIDE

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.875 KNOCKOUTS
FIELD CONTROL
CONNECTIONS

2506
37 CONTROL 98.6
22 1
CG 1.5 BOX
51 .875 KNOCKOUTS
2.0 POWER ENTRY POINTS CG 2355
WATER ARE ON OPPOSITE 92.7
INLET EVAP
SIDE OF CONTROL BOX
Y 923 WATER Y
OUTLET
36.3
305 127
12.0 5.0
L5 L3 L1 64 165
L6 308 L4 L2 80 213
2.5 6.5
12.1 3.1 64 175 8.4
1919 2436 2207 609 2.5 6.9
292
75.5 95.9 86.9 24.0
11.5 X
3167 334547153
Z 2235
124.7
7171 88.0
282.3 DIMENSION DOES NOT
INCLUDE LIFTING BRACKETS
SHIP WEIGHT OPER. WEIGHT LIFTING (SHIPPING) WEIGHT BY CORNER MOUNTING (OPERATING) WEIGHT
UNIT
L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 M8
MODEL LBS KG LBS KG NOTE:
LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG
AGZ191E 8635 3917 8785 3985 1759 798 1738 788 1458 661 1441 654 1127 511 1113 505 1578 716 1560 708 1164 528 1150 522 974 442 963 437 702 318 694 315
1. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE SIDE LOCATIONS BE USED
FOR POWER ENTRY WIRE SIZES LARGER THAN 350 MCM.
AGZ211E 8669 3932 8819 4000 1766 801 1753 795 1461 663 1450 658 1124 510 1116 506 1585 719 1573 713 1166 529 1158 525 975 442 968 439 700 318 695 315

CG LOCATION
UNIT NOTE:
X Y Z
MODEL LIFTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT SHIPPING WEIGHTS. MOUNTING
IN. MM IN. MM IN. MM WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT OPERATING WEIGHT WITH EVAPORATOR
AGZ191E 43.7 1110 40.5 1029 100.6 2555 WATER INCLUDED. SHIPPING AND OPERATING WEIGHTS DO NOT INCLUDE
AGZ211E 43.8 1113 40.5 1029 100.4 2550 THE WEIGHTS OF ANY OPTIONS OR ACCESSORIES.

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Dimensions and Weights - Packaged Units
ISOLATOR MOUNTING HOLE LOCATIONS ARE ON BOTTOM SURFACE OF UNIT.
M1
M7 M5 M3
1711 2743 1114 2433 315
67.4 108.0 43.8 95.8 12.4

L7 L5 L3 L1

52
2.0
TOP VIEW 19
WITH COILS .75
AND FANS
REMOVED QTY 8
Figure 43: AGZ226E, AGZ241E

COMPRESSORS
[152] CIRCUIT #2
6.0 COMPRESSORS
1118 VICTAULIC CIRCUIT #1
44.0 CONN. TYP.
52
2.0

M8 L8 L6 M6 L4 M4 L2 M2
3281 [22] 1
129.2 .875 KNOCKOUTS
4617 POWER ENTRY POINTS
181.8 w/o STRAINER OPTION FRONT AND RIGHT SIDE

[22]
.875 KNOCKOUTS
FIELD CONTROL
CONNECTIONS

CONTROL 2506
37 22 1 BOX 98.6
CG 1.5 .875 KNOCKOUTS
51 POWER ENTRY POINTS CG
2.0 2355
WATER EVAP ARE ON OPPOSITE
INLET 92.7
SIDE OF CONTROL BOX
Y 923 WATER Y
36.3 OUTLET

305 127
12.0 5.0
L7 L5 L3 L1
L8 308 L6 L4 L2 64 165
80 213
12.1 2.5 6.5
3.1 8.4
64 175
1919 2207 1375 2207 609 2.5 6.9
75.5 86.9 54.1 86.9 24.0 292
11.5 X
4207 Z
165.6 334547143 2235
8317 88.0
327.4 DIMENSION DOES NOT
INCLUDE LIFTING BRACKETS
SHIP WEIGHT OPER. WEIGHT LIFTING (SHIPPING) WEIGHT BY CORNER MOUNTING (OPERATING) WEIGHT
UNIT
L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 L8 M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 M8
MODEL LBS KG LBS KG NOTE:
LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG
AGZ226E 9413 4270 9600 4354 1659 753 1640 744 1296 588 1282 582 1070 485 1058 480 708 321 700 318 1564 709 1546 701 1281 581 1266 574 1151 522 1138 516 832 377 822 373 1. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE SIDE LOCATIONS BE USED
FOR POWER ENTRY WIRE SIZES LARGER THAN 350 MCM.
AGZ241E 9501 4310 9688 4394 1683 763 1671 758 1309 594 1299 589 1075 488 1068 484 701 318 696 316 1586 719 1574 714 1292 586 1283 582 1158 525 1149 521 826 375 820 372

CG LOCATION
UNIT
X Y Z NOTE:
MODEL LIFTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT SHIPPING WEIGHTS. MOUNTING
IN. MM IN. MM IN. MM WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT OPERATING WEIGHT WITH EVAPORATOR
AGZ226E 43.8 1113 41.9 1064 113.8 2891 WATER INCLUDED. SHIPPING AND OPERATING WEIGHTS DO NOT INCLUDE
AGZ241E 43.8 1113 41.9 1064 113.2 2875 THE WEIGHTS OF ANY OPTIONS OR ACCESSORIES.

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CG LOCATION
M1 - M4, ISOLATOR MOUNTING HOLE LOCATIONS ON BOTTOM SURFACE OF UNIT BASE. UNIT BACK OF UNIT (HEAT RECOVERY DETAIL)
X Y Z
MODEL
M1 IN. MM IN. MM IN. MM 1118
M3 AGZ075E 45.5 1156 39.0 991 60.4 1534 44.0 REF.
984 2433 315
38.7 95.8 12.4 AGZ080E 44.5 1130 39.5 1003 59.5 1511
L3 L1 AGZ090E 44.5 1130 39.5 1003 59.5 1511
TOP VIEW WITH AGZ100E 44.0 1118 39.3 998 59.8 1519 WATER
COILS AND FANS 52 HR OUTLET
REMOVED 2.0 EVAP DIM'S CIR 2 1
UNIT NOM. VICTAULIC DISCH. HR WATER
A B CONN. SIZE IN TYP. CIR 1 INLET
MODEL
HEAT IN. MM IN. MM IN. MM
COMPR.
RECOVERY CIRCUIT 2 AGZ075E 55.6 1412 27.1 688
CIRCUIT 2 DISCH. 519
AGZ080E 54.4 1382 25.9 658 OUT
3.0 76 TYP. 20.4 REF.
AGZ090E 54.4 1382 25.9 658
AGZ100E 51.6 1311 23.1 587

1118
44.0 COMPR. NOTE:
C/L FOR CIRCUIT 1 1. HEAT RECOVERY WATER CONNECTIONS
FOR CIRCUIT 1 & 2 ARE CONNECTED WITH 1196
ALL WATER 47.1 REF.
A TEE AND HAVE ONE INLET & ONE OUTLET.
CONNECTIONS CONNECTION SIZES ARE 2.0 NOMINAL VICTAULIC.
52
2.0 2. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE SIDE LOCATIONS BE
USED FOR MAIN POWER ENTRY AT THE CONTROL BOX
FOR WIRE SIZES LARGER THAN 350 MCM.
L4 L2 M2 3. POWER SUPPLIED FROM FIELD INSTALLED CIRCUIT
HEAT M4 19 FOR HEAT RECOVERY TO BE 120V 15A SERVICE.
B JUNCTION BOX
RECOVERY .750 JUNCTION BOX HAS A 1/2" FPT THREADED ENTRY PORT. HEAT RECOVERY
QTY. 4
Figure 44: AGZ075E - AGZ100E, Heat Recovery Units

CIRCUIT 1 FREEZE PROTECTION


A (w/o STRAINER OPTION)
HEAT RECOVERY
FREEZE PROTECTION WYE-STRAINER FRONT OF UNIT
FIELD POWER ENTRY REQUIRED
3 (FACTORY OR FIELD

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49
1.9
HEAT RECOVERY CONTROL
WATER OUTLET 334547112
BOX X
1 2506
98.6
519
20.4 22
.875 KNOCKOUTS 2355
FIELD CONTROL 92.7
HEAT RECOVERY CONNECTIONS
WATER INLET 51 QTY. 3
1 2.0 64
1196 80 127 2.5
153 3.1 5.0 Y
47.1 64
858 6.0 2.5 213
33.8 8.4
290 305
11.4 12.0
L3 EVAP. L1
L4 L2 165 2
916 EVAP. WATER 609 22 2 292 [22]
L1 - L4, 6.5
LIFTING 36.1 WATER INLET 24.0 .875 KNOCKOUTS 11.5 .875 POWER ENTRY
LOCATIONS OUTLET Z POWER ENTRY KNOCKOUTS 175 KNOCKOUTS
37 2235 FRONT OR RIGHT SIDE
3733 1.5 ARE ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE 6.9
88.0
147.0 OF THE CONTROL BOX
DIMENSION DOES NOT INCLUDE
LIFTING BRACKETS
NOTE: LIFTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT SHIPPING WEIGHTS.
MOUNTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT OPERATING WEIGHT WITH EVAPORATOR & HEAT RECOVERY WATER INCLUDED.
SHIPPING AND OPERATING WEIGHTS WITH HEAT RECOVERY DO NOT INCLUDE THE WEIGHTS OF ANY OTHER OPTIONS OR ACCESSORIES.
SHIP WEIGHT OPER. WEIGHT LIFTING (SHIPPING) WEIGHT BY CORNER MOUNTING (OPERATING) WEIGHT
UNIT MODEL L1 L2 L3 L4 M1 M2 M3 M4
LBS KG LBS KG
LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG
AGZ075E 4613 2092 4690 2127 1294 587 1388 630 932 423 1000 454 1129 512 1211 549 1134 514 1216 552
AGZ080E 4734 2147 4817 2185 1385 628 1415 642 957 434 978 444 1210 549 1237 561 1172 532 1198 543
AGZ090E 4764 2161 4847 2199 1393 632 1424 646 963 437 984 446 1218 552 1245 565 1179 535 1205 547
AGZ100E 4936 2239 5039 2286 1452 659 1449 657 1019 462 1017 461 1273 577 1270 576 1250 567 1247 566
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Dimensions and Weights -Heat recovery Units
M1 - M6, ISOLATOR MOUNTING HOLE LOCATIONS ON BOTTOM SURFACE OF UNIT BASE.
CG LOCATION
M1 UNIT BACK OF UNIT (HEAT RECOVERY DETAIL)
M5 M3 X Y Z
630 1499 2433 315 MODEL
IN. MM IN. MM IN. MM
24.8 59.0 95.8 12.4 1118
AGZ110E 44.4 1128 42.1 1069 73.5 1867
44.0 REF.
TOP VIEW WITH L3 L1
COILS AND FANS AGZ120E 44.4 1128 43.3 1100 70.6 1793
REMOVED. 52 AGZ130E 43.4 1102 41.1 1044 72.7 1847
2.0 EVAP DIM'S
UNIT NOM. VICTAULIC WATER
A B CONN. SIZE HR OUTLET
MODEL CIR 2
COMPR. IN. MM IN. MM IN. MM 1
HEAT CIR. 2 DISCH. HR WATER
AGZ110E 95.5 2426 69.1 1755 INLET
RECOVERY IN TYP. CIR 1
AGZ120E 93.9 2385 67.5 1715 3.0 76
CIRCUIT 2
AGZ130E 92.0 2337 65.5 1664
DISCH.
OUT 519
TYP. 20.4 REF.
NOTE:
1118 19 1. HEAT RECOVERY WATER CONNECTIONS
44.0 .750 FOR CIRCUIT 1 & 2 ARE CONNECTED WITH
COMPR. A TEE AND HAVE ONE INLET & ONE OUTLET.
C/L FOR QTY. 6 CIR. 1 CONNECTION SIZES ARE 2.0 NOMINAL VICTAULIC.
ALL WATER 2. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE SIDE LOCATIONS BE
CONNECTIONS USED FOR MAIN POWER ENTRY AT THE CONTROL BOX 1196
52 FOR WIRE SIZES LARGER THAN 350 MCM. 47.1 REF.
2.0 3. POWER SUPPLIED FROM FIELD INSTALLED CIRCUIT
FOR HEAT RECOVERY TO BE 120V 15A SERVICE.
M6 L4 M4 L2 M2 JUNCTION BOX HAS A 1/2" FPT THREADED ENTRY PORT.
HEAT
RECOVERY
CIRCUIT 1 B
WYE-STRAINER JUNCTION BOX
A (w/o STRAINER OPTION)
Figure 45: AGZ110E - AGZ130E, Heat Recovery Units

HEAT RECOVERY REQUIRED HEAT RECOVERY


FREEZE PROTECTION (FACTORY OR FREEZE PROTECTION
FIELD POWER ENTRY FIELD INSTALLED FRONT OF UNIT
3 OPTION)

50
2.0

HEAT RECOVERY CONTROL


WATER OUTLET BOX
1
2506
519 22 X 98.6
20.4 .875 KNOCKOUTS 2355
FIELD CONTROL 92.7
CONNECTIONS
HEAT RECOVERY QTY. 3
WATER INLET 51
1 2.0
64 334547122
1196 80 127 2.5
153
47.1 3.1 5.0 64 213 Y
858 6.0 305
33.8 2.5 8.4
12.0
290
11.4
22 2
L3 EVAP. EVAP. L1 165
996 L4 L2 609 .875 KNOCKOUTS 292 [22] 2
WATER WATER POWER ENTRY KNOCKOUTS 6.5
L1 - L4, 39.2 OUTLET INLET 24.0 11.5 175 .875 POWER ENTRY
LIFTING ARE ONTHE OPPOSITE SIDE 2235 KNOCKOUTS
6.9
LOCATIONS Z OF THE CONTROL BOX 88.0 FRONT OR RIGHT SIDE
DIMENSION DOES NOT INCLUDE
4879 37 LIFTING BRACKETS
192.1 1.5

NOTE: LIFTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT SHIPPING WEIGHTS.


MOUNTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT OPERATING WEIGHT WITH EVAPORATOR WATER INCLUDED.
SHIPPING AND OPERATING WEIGHTS DO NOT INCLUDE THE WEIGHTS OF ANY OPTIONS OR ACCESSORIES.
SHIP WEIGHT OPER. WEIGHT LIFTING (SHIPPING) WEIGHT BY CORNER MOUNTING (OPERATING) WEIGHT
UNIT
L1 L2 L3 L4 M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6
MODEL LBS KG LBS KG
LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG
AGZ110E 5697 2584 5807 2634 1739 789 1771 803 1083 491 1104 501 1400 635 1427 647 894 406 911 413 582 264 593 269
AGZ120E 5952 2700 6071 2754 1884 855 1917 870 1066 484 1085 492 1524 691 1551 704 926 420 943 428 558 253 568 258
AGZ130E 6061 2749 6196 2810 1911 867 1862 845 1159 526 1129 512 1546 701 1506 683 973 441 948 430 620 281 604 274

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CG LOCATION EVAP DIM'S
M1 - M4, ISOLATOR MOUNTING HOLE LOCATIONS ON BOTTOM SURFACE OF UNIT BASE. UNIT NOM. VICTAULIC
X Y Z A B CONN. SIZE
MODEL
M5 M3 M1 IN. MM IN. MM IN. MM IN. MM IN. MM IN. MM
1711 1564 2433 315 AGZ140E 44.4 1128 42.3 1074 89.0 2261 122.1 3101 67.5 1715
AGZ150E 44.2 1123 42.6 1082 89.2 2266 120.5 3061 65.9 1674 4.0 102
67.4 61.6 95.8 12.4
TOP VIEW WITH L3 L1 AGZ161E 44.3 1125 42.5 1080 89.0 2261 120.5 3061 65.9 1674
COILS AND FANS
REMOVED 1118
44.0 REF.
52
2.0
WATER
334547132 HR OUTLET
HEAT COMPR. CIR 2 1
RECOVERY CIR. 2 HR WATER
DISCH. INLET
CIRCUIT 2 IN TYP. CIR 1

DISCH. 519
OUT
TYP. 20.4 REF.
1118 19
44.0 .750 COMPR.
C/L FOR QTY. 6 CIR. 1
ALL WATER
CONNECTIONS 52 1196
2.0 47.1 REF.

HEAT M6 L4 M4 L2 M2
RECOVERY
CIRCUIT 1 B
WYE-STRAINER BACK OF UNIT (HEAT RECOVERY DETAIL) JUNCTION BOX
A (w/o STRAINER OPTION) REQUIRED HEAT RECOVERY
HEAT RECOVERY (FACTORY OR FIELD FREEZE PROTECTION
Figure 46: AGZ140E - AGZ161E, Heat Recovery Units

FREEZE PROTECTION FRONT OF UNIT


INSTALLED OPTION)
FIELD POWER ENTRY
3
50
2.0

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HEAT RECOVERY
WATER OUTLET 2506
1 98.6
X
519 CONTROL
BOX 2355
20.4
92.7

HEAT RECOVERY
WATER INLET 51
1 2.0 64
2.5
1196 80 127
210 64 213 Y
47.1 3.1 5.0
858 8.3 2.5 8.4
33.8 22
290 305 .875 KNOCKOUTS
11.4 12.0 FIELD CONTROL
L1 CONNECTIONS
L3
1919 L4 EVAP. L2 22 2 QTY. 3 165
EVAP. 609 292 [22] 2
75.5 WATER .875 KNOCKOUTS 6.5 .875
WATER INLET 24.0 11.5 2235 175
OUTLET POWER ENTRY KNOCKOUTS 6.9 POWER ENTRY
L1 - L4 37 88.0 KNOCKOUTS
LIFTING ARE ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE
1.5 OF THE CONTROL BOX DIMENSION DOES NOT INCLUDE FRONT OR
LOCATIONS LIFTING BRACKETS RIGHT SIDE
Z
6025 NOTE:
237.2 1. HEAT RECOVERY WATER CONNECTIONS FOR CIRCUIT 1 & 2 ARE CONNECTED WITH A TEE AND HAVE ONE INLET &
ONE OUTLET. CONNECTION SIZES ARE 2.0 NOMINAL VICTAULIC.
2. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE SIDE LOCATIONS BE USED FOR MAIN POWER ENTRY AT THE CONTROL BOX FOR
WIRE SIZES LARGER THAN 350 MCM.
NOTE: LIFTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT SHIPPING WEIGHTS. 3. POWER SUPPLIED FROM FIELD INSTALLED CIRCUIT FOR HEAT RECOVERY TO BE 120V 15A SERVICE.
MOUNTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT OPERATING WEIGHT WITH EVAPORATOR WATER INCLUDED. JUNCTION BOX HAS A 1/2" FPT THREADED ENTRY PORT.
SHIPPING AND OPERATING WEIGHTS DO NOT INCLUDE THE WEIGHTS OF ANY OPTIONS OR ACCESSORIES.

SHIP WEIGHT OPER. WEIGHT LIFTING (SHIPPING) WEIGHT BY CORNER MOUNTING (OPERATING) WEIGHT
UNIT
L1 L2 L3 L4 M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6
MODEL LBS KG LBS KG
LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG
AGZ140E 6805 3087 6948 3152 1781 808 1810 821 1594 723 1620 735 1328 602 1349 612 1125 510 1143 518 994 451 1010 458
AGZ150E 6880 3121 7036 3191 1804 818 1820 826 1620 735 1635 742 1346 611 1359 616 1143 518 1154 523 1013 459 1022 464
AGZ161E 6968 3161 7130 3234 1826 828 1855 841 1631 740 1656 751 1365 619 1386 629 1154 523 1172 532 1019 462 1035 469

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M1 - M4, ISOLATOR MOUNTING HOLE LOCATIONS ON BOTTOM SURFACE OF UNIT BASE. CG LOCATION EVAP DIM'S
UNIT NOM. VICTAULIC
X Y Z A B CONN. SIZE
M1 MODEL
M5 M3 IN. MM IN. MM IN. MM IN. MM IN. MM IN. MM
1711 1564 2433 315
AGZ170E 43.5 1105 40.6 1031 89.7 2278 119 3023 64.3 1633
67.4 61.6 95.8 12.4 4.0 102
AGZ180E 44.3 1125 39.9 1013 90.0 2286 117 2972 62.4 1585
TOP VIEW WITH L3 L1
COILS AND FANS 52 1118
REMOVED 44.0 REF.
2.0

WATER
HR OUTLET
HEAT CIR 2
RECOVERY COMPR. 1
CIRCUIT 2 CIR. 2 DISCH. HR WATER
334547132 IN TYP. CIR 1 INLET

DISCH. 519
OUT
TYP. 20.4 REF.
1118 19
44.0 .750 COMPR.
C/L FOR QTY. 6 CIR. 1
ALL WATER
CONNECTIONS 52 1196
2.0 47.1 REF.

M6 L4 M4 L2 M2
HEAT
RECOVERY B
CIRCUIT 1 JUNCTION BOX
BACK OF UNIT (HEAT RECOVERY DETAIL)
A (w/o STRAINER OPTION) WYE-STRAINER HEAT RECOVERY
HEAT RECOVERY
Figure 47: AGZ170E - AGZ180E, Heat Recovery Units

REQUIRED FREEZE PROTECTION


FREEZE PROTECTION (FACTORY OR FIELD FRONT OF UNIT
FIELD POWER ENTRY INSTALLED OPTION)
3
50
2.0
HEAT RECOVERY 2506
WATER OUTLET 98.6
1
519 CONTROL
20.4 BOX 2355
X
92.7

HEAT RECOVERY
WATER INLET 51
1 2.0 64
2.5
1196 80
3.1
127 64 Y
47.1 210 5.0 213
858 2.5
33.8 8.3 22 8.4
.875 KNOCKOUTS
290 305
FIELD CONTROL
11.4 12.0 CONNECTIONS
L3 L1 QTY. 3
1919 L4 EVAP. L2 165 [22]
EVAP. WATER 609 22 2 292 .875 2
75.5 6.5 175
L1 - L4 WATER INLET 24.0 .875 KNOCKOUTS 11.5 POWER ENTRY
37 2235 6.9
LIFTING OUTLET POWER ENTRY KNOCKOUTS KNOCKOUTS
88.0
LOCATIONS 1.5 ARE ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE FRONT OR
DIMENSION DOES NOT INCLUDE RIGHT SIDE
Z OF THE CONTROL BOX
LIFTING BRACKETS
6025
237.2 NOTE:
1. HEAT RECOVERY WATER CONNECTIONS FOR CIRCUIT 1 & 2 ARE CONNECTED WITH A TEE AND HAVE ONE INLET &
ONE OUTLET. CONNECTION SIZES ARE 2.0 NOMINAL VICTAULIC.
2. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE SIDE LOCATIONS BE USED FOR MAIN POWER ENTRY AT THE CONTROL BOX FOR
NOTE: LIFTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT SHIPPING WEIGHTS. WIRE SIZES LARGER THAN 350 MCM.
MOUNTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT OPERATING WEIGHT WITH EVAPORATOR WATER INCLUDED. 3. POWER SUPPLIED FROM FIELD INSTALLED CIRCUIT FOR HEAT RECOVERY TO BE 120V 15A SERVICE.
SHIPPING AND OPERATING WEIGHTS DO NOT INCLUDE THE WEIGHTS OF ANY OPTIONS OR ACCESSORIES. JUNCTION BOX HAS A 1/2" FPT THREADED ENTRY PORT.
SHIP WEIGHT OPER. WEIGHT LIFTING (SHIPPING) WEIGHT BY CORNER MOUNTING (OPERATING) WEIGHT
UNIT
L1 L2 L3 L4 M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6
MODEL LBS KG LBS KG
LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG
AGZ170E 7525 3413 7696 3491 1991 903 1942 881 1818 825 1773 804 1483 673 1446 656 1274 578 1242 563 1139 517 1111 504
AGZ180E 7789 3533 7971 3616 2016 914 2042 926 1854 841 1878 852 1501 681 1520 689 1296 588 1312 595 1164 528 1179 535

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ISOLATOR MOUNTING HOLE LOCATIONS ARE ON BOTTOM SURFACE OF UNIT BACK OF UNIT 1118
M7 M5 M3 M1 (HEAT RECOVERY DETAIL) 44.0 REF.
TOP VIEW
1711 1596 1114 2433 315
WITH COILS 67.4 62.9 43.8 95.8 12.4
AND FANS L5 L3 L1 WATER
REMOVED OUTLET
HR 1
52 CIR 2
WATER
2.0 DISCH HR INLET
IN TYP. CIR 1
19
.75
QTY 8 334547152 DISCH 519
HEAT RECOVERY OUT
TYP. 20.4 REF.
CIRCUIT 2

HEAT RECOVERY
CIRCUIT 1 COMPRESSORS
1118 CIRCUIT #2
44.0 814 1196
C/L FOR COMPRESSORS
32.1 TYP. 47.1 REF.
WATER CIRCUIT #1
CONNECTIONS

M8 L6 M6 L4 M4 L2 M2 3 JUNCTION BOX
HEAT RECOVERY
22
2249 52 HEAT RECOVERY
FREEZE PROTECTION .875 KNOCKOUTS FREEZE PROTECTION
FIELD POWER ENTRY 88.6 4210 2.0 POWER ENTRY POINTS
Figure 48: AGZ190E, AGZ210E with Heat Recovery

4 165.7 FRONT & RIGHT SIDE FRONT OF UNIT


50
2.0

HEAT RECOVERY
WATER OUTLET

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.875 KNOCKOUTS 2506
FIELD CONTROL 98.6
519 CONNECTIONS
20.4
2355
37 CONTROL 92.7
1.5 22 3 BOX
HEAT CG
RECOVERY 51 .875 KNOCKOUTS
WATER WATER INLET 2.0 POWER ENTRY POINTS CG
INLET WATER OUTLET ARE ON OPPOSITE
1 SIDE OF CONTROL BOX
1196 Y
47.1 EVAPORATOR

305 127
12.0 5.0
L5 203 L3 L1 64 165
432 L6 L4 L2
8.0 2.5 6.5 213
17.0 80 64 175
VICTAULIC 8.4
TYP. 3.1 2.5 6.9
CONN. TYP. 292
1919 2436 2207 609 X
75.5 95.9 86.9 24.0 11.5 2235
88.0
334547152 Z DIMENSION DOES NOT
7171
282.3 INCLUDE LIFTING BRACKETS
NOTE:
1. HEAT RECOVERY WATER CONNECTIONS FOR CIRCUIT 1 & 2 ARE CONNECTED WITH A TEE
SHIP WEIGHT OPER. WEIGHT LIFTING (SHIPPING) WEIGHT BY CORNER MOUNTING (OPERATING) WEIGHT AND HAVE ONE INLET & ONE OUTLET. CONNECTION SIZES ARE 2.0 NOMINAL VICTAULIC.
UNIT 2. LEFT HAND EVAPORATOR VIEWS SHOWN. SEE SHEET 2 FOR VIEWS WITH RIGHT HAND EVAP.
L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 M8
MODEL LBS KG LBS KG 3. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE SIDE LOCATIONS BE USED FOR MAIN POWER ENTRY AT THE
LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG CONTROL BOX FOR WIRE SIZES LARGER THAN 350 MCM.
AGZ190E 8931 4051 9439 4281 1632 740 1622 736 1498 679 1488 675 1349 612 1341 608 1511 685 1502 681 1225 556 1217 552 1093 496 1087 493 905 410 899 408 4. POWER SUPPLIED FROM FIELD INSTALLED CIRCUIT FOR HEAT RECOVERY TO BE 120V 15A SERVICE.
AGZ210E 8966 4067 9474 4297 1640 744 1637 743 1501 681 1498 679 1346 611 1344 610 1519 689 1516 688 1227 557 1225 556 1094 496 1092 495 902 409 901 409 JUNCTION BOX HAS A 1/2" FPT THREADED ENTRY PORT.

CG LOCATION
UNIT NOTE:
X Y Z
MODEL LIFTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT SHIPPING WEIGHTS. MOUNTING
IN. MM IN. MM IN. MM WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT OPERATING WEIGHT WITH EVAPORATOR
AGZ190E 43.9 1115 40.1 1019 108.1 2746 WATER INCLUDED. SHIPPING AND OPERATING WEIGHTS DO NOT INCLUDE
AGZ210E 44.0 1118 40.1 1019 107.9 2741 THE WEIGHTS OF ANY OPTIONS OR ACCESSORIES.

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ISOLATOR MOUNTING HOLE LOCATIONS ARE ON BOTTOM SURFACE OF UNIT. 1118
BACK OF UNIT
(HEAT RECOVERY DETAIL) 44.0 REF
M7 M5 M3 M1
1711 2743 1114 2433 315
67.4 108.0 43.8 95.8 12.4 WATER
TOP VIEW
L7 L5 L3 L1 OUTLET
WITH COILS HR
AND FANS CIR 2 1
REMOVED 52 HR WATER
DISCH CIR 1
IN TYP. INLET
2.0

19 DISCH 519
OUT
.75 TYP. 20.4 REF
HEAT RECOVERY QTY 8
CIRCUIT 2

COMPRESSORS
HEAT RECOVERY CIRCUIT #2
CIRCUIT 1
1118 1196
44.0 COMPRESSORS
814 CIRCUIT #1 47.1 REF
C/L FOR
WATER 32.1 TYP.
CONNECTIONS 52
2.0
JUNCTION BOX
M8 L8 L6 M6 L4 M4 L2 M2 HEAT RECOVERY
FREEZE PROTECTION
HEAT RECOVERY 2685
FREEZE PROTECTION
FIELD POWER ENTRY 105.7 OUTLET [22] 3
5496 334547142 .875 KNOCKOUTS
Figure 49: AGZ225E, AGZ240E with Heat Recovery

4
216.4 INLET POWER ENTRY POINTS
FRONT AND RIGHT SIDE FRONT OF UNIT
50
2.0

[22]
HEAT RECOVERY .875 KNOCKOUTS
WATER OUTLET
FIELD CONTROL
1 CONNECTIONS
519
20.4
CONTROL 2506
37 BOX 98.6
CG 1.5 22 3
HEAT
RECOVERY 51 .875 KNOCKOUTS
WATER WATER INLET 2.0 CG 2355
WATER OUTLET POWER ENTRY POINTS
INLET ARE ON OPPOSITE 92.7
1196 1 SIDE OF CONTROL BOX
47.1 Y
EVAPORATOR
305
12.0
127
L7 L5 L3 L1 64 165
432 L8 203 L6 L4 L2 5.0
8.0 2.5 6.5 213
17.0
VICTAULIC 80 64 175 8.4
TYP.
CONN. TYP. 3.1 2.5 6.9
292
1919 2207 1375 2207 609 X
11.5
75.5 86.9 54.1 86.9 24.0
2235
Z
8317 88.0
327.4 DIMENSION DOES NOT
INCLUDE LIFTING BRACKETS
NOTE:
1. HEAT RECOVERY WATER CONNECTIONS FOR CIRCUIT 1 & 2 ARE CONNECTED WITH A TEE
SHIP WEIGHT OPER. WEIGHT LIFTING (SHIPPING) WEIGHT BY CORNER MOUNTING (OPERATING) WEIGHT AND HAVE ONE INLET & ONE OUTLET. CONNECTION SIZES ARE 2.0 NOMINAL VICTAULIC.
UNIT 2. LEFT HAND EVAPORATOR VIEWS SHOWN. SEE SHEET 2 FOR VIEWS WITH RIGHT HAND EVAP.
L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 L8 M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 M8
MODEL LBS KG LBS KG 3. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE SIDE LOCATIONS BE USED FOR MAIN POWER ENTRY AT THE
LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG
CONTROL BOX FOR WIRE SIZES LARGER THAN 350 MCM.
AGZ225E 9919 4499 10657 4834 1339 607 1331 604 1267 575 1259 571 1221 554 1213 550 1148 521 1141 518 1332 604 1324 601 1335 606 1327 602 1337 606 1329 603 1341 608 1333 605 4. POWER SUPPLIED FROM FIELD INSTALLED CIRCUIT FOR HEAT RECOVERY TO BE 120V 15A SERVICE.
AGZ240E 10006 4539 10746 4874 1363 618 1361 617 1278 580 1276 579 1226 556 1223 555 1141 518 1139 517 1355 615 1352 613 1347 611 1344 610 1343 609 1340 608 1334 605 1331 604 JUNCTION BOX HAS A 1/2" FPT THREADED ENTRY PORT.

CG LOCATION
UNIT
X Y Z NOTE:
MODEL LIFTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT SHIPPING WEIGHTS. MOUNTING
IN. MM IN. MM IN. MM
WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT OPERATING WEIGHT WITH EVAPORATOR
AGZ225E 43.9 1115 41.0 1041 133.3 3386 WATER INCLUDED. SHIPPING AND OPERATING WEIGHTS DO NOT INCLUDE
AGZ240E 44.0 1118 41.0 1041 132.6 3368 THE WEIGHTS OF ANY OPTIONS OR ACCESSORIES.

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ISOLATOR MOUNTING HOLE LOCATIONS ARE ON BOTTOM SURFACE OF UNIT 1118
M7 M5 M3 M1 BACK OF UNIT (HEAT RECOVERY DETAIL) 44.0 REF.
TOP VIEW
1711 1596 1114 2433 315
WITH COILS 67.4 62.9 43.8 95.8 12.4
AND FANS L5 L3 L1 WATER
REMOVED OUTLET
HR 1
52 CIR 2
WATER
2.0 DISCH HR INLET
IN TYP. CIR 1

19
.75 [152]
6.0 DISCH 519
QTY 8 OUT
HEAT RECOVERY VICTAULIC 20.4 REF.
TYP.
CIRCUIT 2 CONN. TYP.

HEAT RECOVERY
CIRCUIT 1 COMPRESSORS
1118 CIRCUIT #2
44.0 1196
1118
C/L FOR COMPRESSORS
44.0 47.1 REF.
WATER CIRCUIT #1
CONNECTIONS

M8 L6 M6 L4 M4 L2 M2 JUNCTION BOX
HEAT RECOVERY 2241 2
FREEZE PROTECTION 52 22 HEAT RECOVERY
FIELD POWER ENTRY 88.2 FREEZE PROTECTION
2.0 .875 KNOCKOUTS
Figure 50: AGZ191E, AGZ211E with Heat Recovery

3 3577 POWER ENTRY POINTS


140.8 w/o STRAINER OPTION FRONT & RIGHT SIDE FRONT OF UNIT
50
2.0

HEAT RECOVERY
WATER OUTLET

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.875 KNOCKOUTS 2506
FIELD CONTROL 98.6
519 CONNECTIONS
20.4
2355
37 CONTROL 92.7
22 2 BOX
HEAT CG 1.5
RECOVERY 51 .875 KNOCKOUTS
WATER 2.0 POWER ENTRY POINTS CG
INLET WATER EVAP ARE ON OPPOSITE
1 INLET
SIDE OF CONTROL BOX
1196 923 WATER
Y
47.1 OUTLET
36.3
305 127
12.0 5.0
L5 L3 L1 64 165
L6 308 L4 L2 80 2.5 6.5 213
12.1 3.1 64 175 8.4
1919 2436 2207 609 2.5 6.9
292
75.5 95.9 86.9 24.0 X
11.5
3167 2235
124.7 Z 334547154
88.0
7171 DIMENSION DOES NOT
282.3 INCLUDE LIFTING BRACKETS
NOTE:
SHIP WEIGHT OPER. WEIGHT LIFTING (SHIPPING) WEIGHT BY CORNER MOUNTING (OPERATING) WEIGHT 1. HEAT RECOVERY WATER CONNECTIONS FOR CIRCUIT 1 & 2 ARE CONNECTED WITH A TEE
UNIT AND HAVE ONE INLET & ONE OUTLET. CONNECTION SIZES ARE 2.0 NOMINAL VICTAULIC.
L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 M8
MODEL LBS KG LBS KG 2. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE SIDE LOCATIONS BE USED FOR MAIN POWER ENTRY AT THE
LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG CONTROL BOX FOR WIRE SIZES LARGER THAN 350 MCM.
AGZ191E 8970 4069 9154 4152 1676 760 1664 755 1506 683 1495 678 1319 598 1310 594 1500 680 1490 676 1192 541 1184 537 1052 477 1044 474 849 385 843 382 3. POWER SUPPLIED FROM FIELD INSTALLED CIRCUIT FOR HEAT RECOVERY TO BE 120V 15A SERVICE.
AGZ211E 9005 4085 9189 4168 1684 764 1679 762 1509 684 1505 683 1316 597 1313 596 1507 684 1503 682 1195 542 1192 541 1052 477 1049 476 847 384 844 383 JUNCTION BOX HAS A 1/2" FPT THREADED ENTRY PORT.

CG LOCATION
UNIT
X Y Z NOTE:
MODEL LIFTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT SHIPPING WEIGHTS. MOUNTING
IN. MM IN. MM IN. MM
AGZ191E 43.8 1113 40.8 1036 106.6 2708
WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT OPERATING WEIGHT WITH EVAPORATOR
AGZ211E 43.9 1115 40.8 1036 106.4 2703
WATER INCLUDED. SHIPPING AND OPERATING WEIGHTS DO NOT INCLUDE
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ISOLATOR MOUNTING HOLE LOCATIONS ARE ON BOTTOM SURFACE OF UNIT. BACK OF UNIT 1118
M1 (HEAT RECOVERY DETAIL) 44.0 REF
M7 M5 M3
1711 2743 1114 2433 315
67.4 108.0 43.8 95.8 12.4 WATER
TOP VIEW
L7 L5 L3 L1 OUTLET
WITH COILS HR
AND FANS CIR 2 1
REMOVED 52 HR WATER
DISCH CIR 1
IN TYP. INLET
2.0

19 DISCH 519
[152] OUT
.75 6.0 TYP. 20.4 REF
HEAT RECOVERY QTY 8 VICTAULIC
CIRCUIT 2 CONN. TYP.

COMPRESSORS
HEAT RECOVERY CIRCUIT #2
CIRCUIT 1
1118 1118 1196
44.0 COMPRESSORS
44.0 CIRCUIT #1 47.1 REF
C/L FOR
WATER
CONNECTIONS 52
2.0
JUNCTION BOX
HEAT RECOVERY
M8 L8 L6 M6 L4 M4 L2 M2 FREEZE PROTECTION
HEAT RECOVERY
FREEZE PROTECTION 3281
FIELD POWER ENTRY
129.2 2
3 4617 [22]
.875 KNOCKOUTS
Figure 51: AGZ226E, AGZ241E with Heat Recovery

181.8 w/o STRAINER OPTION POWER ENTRY POINTS FRONT OF UNIT


FRONT AND RIGHT SIDE
50
2.0

[22]
HEAT RECOVERY .875 KNOCKOUTS
WATER OUTLET
FIELD CONTROL
1 CONNECTIONS
519
20.4
CONTROL 2506
37 2
22 BOX 98.6
HEAT CG 1.5
51 .875 KNOCKOUTS
RECOVERY POWER ENTRY POINTS
WATER 2.0 CG 2355
INLET WATER ARE ON OPPOSITE
INLET 92.7
1196 1 EVAP SIDE OF CONTROL BOX
47.1 923 WATER Y
OUTLET
36.3
305 127
12.0 5.0
L7 L5 L3 L1 80 64 165
L8 308 L6 L4 L2
3.1 2.5 6.5 213
12.1
1919 2207 1375 2207 609 64 175 8.4
75.5 86.9 54.1 86.9 24.0 2.5 6.9
292
4207 11.5 X
Z
165.6 334547144
2235
8317 88.0
327.4 DIMENSION DOES NOT
INCLUDE LIFTING BRACKETS
NOTE:
SHIP WEIGHT OPER. WEIGHT LIFTING (SHIPPING) WEIGHT BY CORNER MOUNTING (OPERATING) WEIGHT 1. HEAT RECOVERY WATER CONNECTIONS FOR CIRCUIT 1 & 2 ARE CONNECTED WITH A TEE
UNIT
L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 L8 M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 M8 AND HAVE ONE INLET & ONE OUTLET. CONNECTION SIZES ARE 2.0 NOMINAL VICTAULIC.
MODEL LBS KG LBS KG
LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG LBS KG 2. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE SIDE LOCATIONS BE USED FOR MAIN POWER ENTRY AT THE
AGZ226E 9784 4438 10012 4541 1573 713 1563 709 1309 594 1301 590 1145 519 1138 516 881 400 875 397 1489 675 1479 671 1304 591 1295 587 1219 553 1211 549 1011 459 1004 455 CONTROL BOX FOR WIRE SIZES LARGER THAN 350 MCM.
3. POWER SUPPLIED FROM FIELD INSTALLED CIRCUIT FOR HEAT RECOVERY TO BE 120V 15A SERVICE.
AGZ241E 9873 4478 10101 4582 1597 724 1593 723 1321 599 1318 598 1150 522 1147 520 874 396 872 396 1511 685 1507 684 1315 596 1312 595 1226 556 1223 555 1005 456 1003 455 JUNCTION BOX HAS A 1/2" FPT THREADED ENTRY PORT.

CG LOCATION
UNIT
X Y Z NOTE:
MODEL LIFTING WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT SHIPPING WEIGHTS. MOUNTING
IN. MM IN. MM IN. MM
WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON UNIT OPERATING WEIGHT WITH EVAPORATOR
AGZ226E 43.9 1115 42.1 1069 121.0 3073
WATER INCLUDED. SHIPPING AND OPERATING WEIGHTS DO NOT INCLUDE
AGZ241E 44.0 1118 42.2 1072 120.3 3056
THE WEIGHTS OF ANY OPTIONS OR ACCESSORIES.

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Isolator Information

Isolator Information

Table 6: Refrigerant Charge - Microchannel Units


Microchannel Coil Unit Operating Charge - lbs (kg)

Unit Packaged Units Heat Recovery Units


Models Replaceable Core Filter Drier Sealed Filter Drier Replaceable Core Filter Drier Sealed Filter Drier

Circuit 1 Circuit 2 Circuit 1 Circuit 2 Circuit 1 Circuit 2 Circuit 1 Circuit 2

030E 17 (7.7) 17 (7.7) 15 (16.8) 15 (16.8)

035E 16 (7.3) 16 (7.3) 14 (6.4) 14 (6.4)

040E 23 (10.5) 23 (10.5) 21 (9.5) 21 (9.5)

045E 23 (10.5) 23 (10.5) 21 (9.5) 21 (9.5)

050E 23 (10.5) 23 (10.5) 21 (9.5) 21 (9.5)

055E 23 (10.5) 23 (10.5) 21 (9.5) 21 (9.5)

060E 23 (10.5) 23 (10.5) 21 (9.5) 21 (9.5)

065E 23 (10.5) 23 (10.5) 21 (9.5) 21 (9.5)

070E 23 (10.5) 23 (10.5) 21 (9.5) 21 (9.5)

075E 46 (20.9) 46 (20.9) 49 (22) 49 (22)

080E 46 (20.9) 46 (20.9) 49 (22) 49 (22)

090E 48 (21.8) 48 (21.8) 51 (23) 51 (23)

100E 49 (22.3) 49 (22.3) 52 (24) 52 (24)

110E 64 (29.1) 64 (29.1) 69 (31) 69 (31)

120E 65 (29.5) 65 (29.5) 69 (31) 69 (31)

130E 65 (29.5) 65 (29.5) 69 (31) 69 (31)

140E 76 (34.5) 76 (34.5) 82 (37) 82 (37)

150E 76 (34.5) 76 (34.5) 82 (37) 82 (37)

161E 78 (35.4) 78 (35.4) 84 (38) 84 (38)

170E 80 (36.3) 80 (36.3) 86 (39) 86 (39)

180E 80 (36.3) 80 (36.3) 86 (39) 86 (39)

190E 90 (40.9) 90 (40.9) 98 (44) 98 (44)

191E 87 (39.5) 87 (39.5) 95 (43) 95 (43)

210E 94 (42.7) 94 (42.7) 102 (46) 102 (46)

211E 91 (41.3) 91 (41.3) 99 (45) 99 (45

225E 110 (49.9) 110 (49.9) 120 (54) 120 (54)

226E 107 (48.6) 107 (48.6) 119 (55) 119 (55)

240E 114 (51.8) 114 (51.8) 124 (56) 124 (56)

241E 111 (50.4) 111 (50.4) 121(55) 121(55)

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Isolator Information

Isolator Information

Figure 52: Spring Isolator In all cases, set the unit in place and level. If antiskid pads are
ELASTOMERIC used do not use hold down bolts. If hold down bolts are used
SNUBBER
do not use anti-skid pads.
When spring isolators are required, install springs running
3
[76.2]
.62 [15.8] under the main unit supports. Unit should be installed on
blocks or shims at the listed free height. Isolator springs should
not be loaded until the installation is complete, then adjust the
9.25 [235.0] springs to the vendor listed compression gap for the load point.
10.5 [266.7] When securing the isolator, do not over-tighten the mounting
7.75 [196.9] bolts. Over-tightening may result in cracking of the cast isolator
.625 .5 [12.7] DIA. housing and will have a negative impact on the isolation effect.
[15.9] POSITIONING
.25 TO .5 GAP
PIN
[6.4 to 12.7] Installation of spring isolators requires flexible piping
connections and at least three feet of flexible electrical conduit
ADJ. BOLT
to avoid straining the piping and transmitting vibration and
6.25
[127.0]
noise.
Mounting locations for each model can be found in the
FREE HT.
5\X [127.0]
OPER. HT. Dimensions and Weights - Packaged Units section of this
document, starting on page 23.
.56 [14.3]
Optional seismic isolator information begins on page 44.
.25 [6.4]
ELASTOMERIC PAD Contact a Daikin Applied sales representative for isolator
information related to units with other fin materials.

Figure 53: Rubber-in-Shear (RIS) Isolator Table 7: Isolator Kits


AGZ-E Microchannel - Packaged Units
Model Spring Isolators RIS Isolators
030 332320102 332325101
035 332320102 332325101
040 332320102 332325101
045 332320132 332325101
050 332320132 332325101
055 332320132 332325101
060 332320132 332325101
065 332320132 332325101
070 332320132 332325101
075 332320117 332325101
080 332320117 332325101
090 332320117 332325101
100 332320117 332325101
110 332320123 332325113
120 332320124 or 332320123 (HR units) 332325113
130 332320124 or 332320123 (HR units) 332325113
140 332320106 or 332320119 (HR units) 332325113
150 332320106 or 332320119 (HR units) 332325113
161 332320111 or 332320119 (HR units) 332325113
170 332320111 or 332320119 (HR units) 332325113
180 332320111 or 332320119 (HR units) 332325113
190/191 332320108 or 332320126 (HR units) 332325114
210/211 332320108 or 332320126 (HR units) 332325114
225/226 332320126 or 332320134 (HR units) 332325114
240/241 332320126 or 332320134 (HR units) 332325114

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Table 8: Isolator Information - Microchannel Units


AGZ-E Rubber-In-Shear (RIS) Mounts Spring Isolator Mountings
Model M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 M8 M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 M8
Dk
030 Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Black Black
Purple
Dk
035 Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Black Black
Purple
Dk
040 Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Black Black
Purple
Dk Dk
045 Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Black
Purple Purple
Dk Dk
050 Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Black
Purple Purple
Dk Dk
055 Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Black
Purple Purple
Dk Dk
060 Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Black
Purple Purple
Dk Dk
065 Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Black
Purple Purple
Dk Dk
070 Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Black
Purple Purple

075 Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn

080 Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn

090 Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn

100 Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn
Dk Dk
110 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Dark Grn Red Red
Purple Purple
Dk Dk
120 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Gray Gray Red Red
Purple Purple
Dk Dk
130 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Gray Gray Red Red
Purple Purple
Dk Dk
140 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn
Purple Purple
Dk Dk
150 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn
Purple Purple

161 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Gray Gray Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn

170 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Gray Gray Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn

180 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Gray Gray Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn

190 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Gray Gray Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Black Black

191 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Gray Gray Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Black Black

210 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Gray Gray Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Black Black

211 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Gray Gray Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Black Black

225 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Gray Gray Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn

226 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Gray Gray Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn

240 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Gray Gray Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn

241 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Gray Gray Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn

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Table 9: Isolator Information - Heat Recovery Units


AGZ-E Rubber-In-Shear (RIS) Mounts Spring Isolator Mountings
Model M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 M8 M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 M8
075 Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn

080 Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn

090 Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn

100 Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn
Dk Dk
110 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Dark Grn Red Red
Purple Purple
Dk Dk
120 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Dark Grn Red Red
Purple Purple
Dk Dk
130 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Dark Grn Red Red
Purple Purple

140 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn

150 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn

161 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn

170 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn

180 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn

190 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Gray Gray Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn

191 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Gray Gray Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn

210 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Gray Gray Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn

211 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Gray Gray Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn

225 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn

226 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn

240 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn

241 Red Red Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn Dark Grn

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Figure 54: Seismic Spring Isolators


1 1/8 8
[29] [203]
13/16 [21] DIA HOLE FOR
ATTACHMENT TO
CONCRETE (6 TYP)

(BASE PLATE)
3/4 [19] DIA HOLE FOR
ATTACHMENT TO
2 1/4 [57]
STEEL (4 TYP)
6 1/4 [159] (VIEW CUT AWAY FOR CLARITY)

2 7/8 [73]

2 7/8 [73]

7/8 [22]
5 1/8
[130]
1 1/2 7 1/4
[38] [184]
5 3/4
3/4 [19] REMOVABLE [146]
ADJUSTING BOLT
STEEL SHIM
(REMOVE AFTER
SPRING ADJUSTMENT)
3/4 [19] STD.WASHER
(BY OTHERS)
3/8 [10] GAP
1/2 [13]

1/4 - 3/8 [6 - 10]

6 1/8 [156]
ELASTOMERIC
FREE &
SNUBBER LIMIT STOPS
OPERATING
HEIGHT SHIPPING SPACER (NOT SHOWN
ASSY STRAP IN TOP VIEW
(NOT SHOWN FOR CLARITY)
IN OTHER VIEWS
FOR CLARITY) 3/8 [10]

10 1/4 8
[260] [203]

Figure 55: Seismic Neoprene Isolation Pads Table 10: Seismic Isolator Kit Numbers
8.00 AGZ-E Packaged Unit - Aluminum Fins
203.2 Model Neoprene Pads Spring Isolators
030 334549001 334548801
035 334549001 334548801

4.00 040 334549001 334548801


101.6 045 334549001 334548801
2.00
50.8 050 334549001 334548801
055 334549001 334548801

.875 060 334549001 334548801


4.00
101.6
22.2 065 334549001 334548801
THRU
ALL 070 334549001 334548802

Table 11: Seismic Isolator Information


Neoprene Pads Spring Isolators
AGZ-E
Model M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 M8 M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 M8
030 Brown Brown Brown Brown Pink Pink Tan Tan
035 Brown Brown Brown Brown Pink Pink Tan Tan
040 Brown Brown Brown Brown Pink Pink Tan Tan
045 Brown Brown Brown Brown Pink Pink Tan Tan
050 Brown Brown Brown Brown Pink Pink Tan Tan
055 Brown Brown Brown Brown Pink Pink Tan Tan
060 Brown Brown Brown Brown Pink Pink Tan Tan
065 Brown Brown Brown Brown Pink Pink Tan Tan
070 Brown Brown Brown Brown Pink Pink Pink Tan

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Pressure Drop Data

Pressure Drop Data

Figure 56: Evaporator Pressure Drop Curves (refer to data table on following page)
100
A
B
C
D
E
I
F E W
G B C D FG
H V
U
H
ST 2
I A Q 3
OP X1
J L MN
Differential Pressure (ft)

YZ
K JK
L I
E
C
D FH
M
N B G
10 O W
A 2
P V
U 1
Q
J O
R 3
N T
S LM
T K S
W Y
U VQ X
P Z
V
W I
X E
B CD H
Y FG U 3
Z
ST 1Y
1 A Q Z2
X
2 L N OP
M
3 JK
1
10 100 1000
Flow Rate (gpm)

Figure 57: Pressure Drop Curves- Heat Recovery Auxilliary Heat Exchangers (refer to data table on following page)
20.0

1 2 3 4 5 6
18.0

16.0

14.0
Differential Pressure (ft)

12.0

10.0

8.0

6.0

4.0

2.0
1 6
2 3 4 5
0.0
0.0 50.0 100.0 150.0 200.0 250.0

Flow Rate (gpm)

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Table 12: Evaporator Pressure Drop Data


Part Load Flow System Only Full Load Flow System Only Fixed and Variable Flow Systems
Minimum Flow Rate2 Minimum Flow Rate1 Nominal Flow Rate Maximum Flow Rate

Curve IP SI IP SI IP SI IP SI
Model
Ref. GPM DP ft. lps DP kpa GPM DP ft. lps DP kpa GPM DP ft. lps DP kpa GPM DP ft. lps DP kpa

A 030E 27.0 1.7 1.7 5.1 42.2 4.0 2.7 12.0 67.4 9.8 4.3 29.4 112.4 26.0 7.1 77.7

B 035E 33.5 2.4 2.1 7.1 52.4 5.6 3.3 16.7 83.8 13.7 5.3 40.9 139.6 36.4 8.8 108.7
C 040E 37.1 2.5 2.3 7.4 57.9 5.8 3.7 17.3 92.6 14.2 5.8 42.5 154.4 37.7 9.7 112.6
D 045E 40.9 2.3 2.6 6.8 63.9 5.3 4.0 15.8 102.2 13.2 6.5 39.4 170.4 34.4 10.8 102.7
E 050E 46.4 2.7 2.9 7.9 72.5 6.2 4.6 18.5 115.9 15.2 7.3 45.3 193.2 40.0 12.2 119.6
F 055E 49.7 2.3 3.1 7.0 77.7 5.5 4.9 16.3 124.3 13.4 7.8 40.0 207.2 35.6 13.1 106.2
G 060E 54.0 2.3 3.4 6.9 84.3 5.4 5.3 16.1 134.9 13.1 8.5 39.3 224.8 34.7 14.2 103.6
H 065E 55.5 2.4 3.5 7.3 86.7 5.7 5.5 17.0 138.7 13.9 8.8 41.4 231.2 36.6 14.6 109.3
I 070E 61.5 3.0 3.9 8.8 96.1 6.9 6.1 20.6 153.8 16.9 9.7 50.4 256.4 44.5 16.2 133.0
J 075E 69.8 1.2 4.4 3.6 109.1 2.8 6.9 8.4 174.5 6.9 11.0 20.5 290.8 18.2 18.3 54.3
K 080E 73.8 1.2 4.7 3.7 115.4 2.9 7.3 8.6 184.6 7.1 11.6 21.3 307.6 18.9 19.4 56.6
L 090E 80.1 1.4 5.1 4.3 125.1 3.4 7.9 10.1 200.2 8.3 12.6 24.8 333.6 22.1 21.0 66.1
M 100E 92.4 1.3 5.8 4.0 144.3 3.2 9.1 9.5 230.9 7.8 14.6 23.3 384.8 20.8 24.3 62.2
N 110E 102.0 1.4 6.4 4.2 159.5 3.3 10.1 9.9 255.1 8.2 16.1 24.4 425.2 21.6 26.8 64.6
O 120E 113.1 1.5 7.1 4.5 176.7 3.6 11.1 10.7 282.7 8.8 17.8 26.4 471.2 23.5 29.7 70.3
P 130E 119.5 1.5 7.5 4.4 186.8 3.5 11.8 10.4 298.8 8.6 18.9 25.7 498.0 22.9 31.4 68.3
Q 140E 128.9 1.7 8.1 5.1 201.5 4.0 12.7 12.1 322.3 9.9 20.3 29.7 537.2 26.4 33.9 79.0
R 150E 143.6 1.8 9.1 5.5 224.4 4.4 14.2 13.0 359.0 10.8 22.7 32.4 598.4 29.1 37.8 87.0
S 161E 143.6 1.8 9.1 5.5 224.4 4.4 14.2 13.0 359.0 10.8 22.7 32.4 598.4 29.1 37.8 87.0
T 170E 154.1 1.9 9.7 5.6 240.8 4.5 15.2 13.4 385.2 11.2 24.3 33.4 642.0 30.2 40.5 90.2
U 180E 164.8 2.3 10.4 6.9 257.6 5.3 16.2 15.9 412.1 12.8 26.0 38.3 686.8 33.5 43.3 99.9
V 190E 176.0 4.3 11.1 12.9 275.0 8.9 17.3 26.6 439.9 19.1 27.8 57.1 691.6 40.1 43.6 119.8
W 191E 179.6 2.5 11.3 7.5 280.6 4.8 17.7 14.3 449.0 9.9 28.3 29.6 748.5 24.7 47.2 74.0
X 210E 181.7 4.5 11.5 13.4 284.0 9.3 17.9 27.8 454.3 20.2 28.7 60.4 691.6 40.1 43.6 119.8
Y 211E 187.2 2.7 11.8 8.0 292.5 5.1 18.4 15.2 468.0 10.6 29.5 31.7 780.2 26.5 49.1 79.1
Z 225E 197.1 1.7 12.4 5.1 308.0 3.9 19.4 11.7 492.7 9.3 31.1 27.8 789.0 22.1 49.8 66.2
1 226E 196.8 1.9 12.4 5.6 307.5 3.9 19.4 11.6 492.0 8.8 31.0 26.4 816.7 22.5 51.5 67.3
2 240E 216.4 2.0 13.7 6.1 338.1 4.6 21.3 13.9 541.0 11.0 34.1 33.0 789.0 22.1 49.8 66.2
3 241E 216.8 2.2 13.7 6.5 338.8 4.6 21.3 13.7 542.0 10.5 34.1 31.5 903.5 27.3 56.9 81.5

Table 13: Pressure Drop Data-- Heat Recovery Auxilliary Braze Plate Heat Exchangers
Minimum Flow Nominal Flow Maximum Flow
Ref. Unit Model (GPM) Dp (ft) l/s DP kpa (GPM) Dp (ft) l/s DP kpa (GPM) Dp (ft) l/s DP kpa

1 AGZ075, AGZ080, AGZ090 21 0.8 1.3 2.3 42 2.7 2.7 8.1 120 18.0 7.6 53.8
2 AGZ100, AGZ110, AGZ120 30 1.1 1.9 3.2 60 3.2 3.8 9.6 132 18.0 8.3 53.8
3 AGZ130, AGZ140 40 1.1 2.5 3.3 80 3.7 5.0 11.1 195 18.0 12.3 53.8
4 AGZ150, AGZ161 46 1.2 2.9 3.7 92 4.0 5.8 12.0 205 18.0 12.9 53.8
AGZ170, AGZ180, AGZ190, AGZ191, AGZ210,
5 57 1.6 3.6 4.7 114 5.3 7.2 15.8 230 18.0 14.5 53.8
AGZ211
6 AGZ225, AGZ226, AGZ240, AGZ241 70 1.8 4.4 5.3 140 6.4 8.8 19.1 250 18.0 15.8 53.8

1 Full load flow minimum is the minimum allowable flow at full load conditions, and/or for a constant flow system.
2 Part load flow minimum is the minimum allowable flow for a partially loaded unit, which is only applicable a variable flow system.
Flow may only be reduced proportionally to load, i.e. a flow reduction of 25% from the design flow rate is only allowable if the chiller
load is reduced by 25%.

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Table 14: Strainer Pressure Drop AGZ030-070E Table 18: Strainer Pressure Drop AGZ190, 210, 225, 240E
Flow Pr. Drop Flow Pr. Drop
(gpm) (ft) (gpm) (ft)
40.0 0.3 300 0.3
60.0 0.7 400 0.5
100.0 2.0 500 0.7
150.0 4.3 600 0.9
300.0 16.1 700 1.2
800 1.4
Table 15: Strainer Pressure Drop AGZ075-130E
900 1.7
Flow Pr. Drop
(gpm) (ft) 1000 2.1
50.0 0.3
100.0 1.0
200.0 3.5 Table 19: Strainer Pressure Drop with Heat Recovery
300.0 8.1 Flow Pr. Drop
400.0 16.1 (gpm) (ft)
30 0.5
Table 16: Strainer Pressure Drop AGZ140-180E
40 0.8
Flow Pr. Drop
60 1.8
(gpm) (ft)
80 3
100.0 0.4
100 4.8
200.0 1.4
125 6.9
300.0 2.8
150 9.7
400.0 5.1
200 18
500.0 7.8
600.0 11.5
700.0 16.1

NOTE: Refer to additional data and Figure 24: Strainer


Table 17: Strainer Pressure Drop AGZ191, 211, 226, 241E Pressure Drop on page 10
Flow Pr. Drop
(gpm) (ft)
200.0 0.3
300.0 0.7
400.0 1.3
500.0 1.9
600.0 2.7
700.0 3.7
800.0 4.6

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Electrical Data

Electrical Data Notes Panel High Short Circuit Current Rating


1. Power wiring connections to the chiller may be done with (Previously known as withstand rating). The entire control
either copper or aluminum wiring. Copper wire should be panel is designed for short circuit current rating as shown
sized per NEC and/or local codes. Aluminum wire should in Table 20. In the event of a short circuit, the damage is
be installed in accordance with NECA/AA 10402012, contained within the control panel enclosure.
Standard for Installing Aluminum Building Wire and
Table 20: Standard and HSCCR Panel Ratings
Cable (ANSI). Wire sizing and wire count must fit in the
power connection lug sizing shown in the Electrical Data Panel Type 208V / 230V 380V / 400V / 460V 575V
tables starting on page 54. Standard 5kA 5kA 5kA
2. Unit wire size ampacity (MCA) is equal to 125% of the HSCCR 65kA 65kA 25kA
largest compressor-motor RLA plus 100% of RLA of all
other loads in the circuit. Electrical Control Center
3. Recommended Fuse Sizes are selected at approximately Operating and equipment protection controls and motor
175% of the largest compressor RLA, plus 100% of all starting components are separately housed in a centrally
other loads in the circuit. located, weather resistant control panel with hinged and
4. Maximum Fuse or breaker size is equal to 225% of the tool-locked doors. In addition to the MicroTech III controller
largest compressor RLA, plus 100% of all other loads. described in the next sections, the following components are
housed in the panel:
5. The control transformer is furnished and no separate
115V power is required. For both single and multi-point Power terminal blocks, multi-point connection standard
power connections, the control transformer is in circuit Control, input, and output terminal block
#1 with control power wired from there to circuit #2. In Control transformer
multi-point power, disconnecting power to circuit #1
Optional disconnect switch (through-the-door handle)
disconnects control power to the unit.
Compressor motor inherent thermal and overload
6. Wire sizing amps is 15 amps if a separate 115V power protection is standard
supply is used for the control circuit.
Optional phase voltage monitor with under/over voltage
7. Single-point power supply requires a single disconnect and phase reversal protection
to supply electrical power to the unit. This power supply
Fan contactors with short circuit protective devices.
must either be fused or use a circuit breaker.
Optional ground fault protection
8. All field wire lug range values given in Electrical Data
FanTrol fan staging head pressure control system
starting on page 54 apply to 75C rated wire per NEC.
Power connections are per Table 21
9. Must be electrically grounded according to national and
local electrical codes.
Power Connections
CAUTION
A static discharge while handling circuit boards can cause Table 21: Power Connection Availability
damage to components. Use a static strap before performing
Comp. Panel High
any service work. Never unplug cables, circuit board terminal Power Connection Power Disc. Circuit Short Circuit
Block Swt.
blocks, or power plugs while power is applied to the panel. Breakers Current Rating
Optional Single Point Std. Opt. Std. Opt.
Circuit Breakers Standard Multi-Point Std. Opt. Not Avail. Opt.
Factory installed compressor circuit breakers are standard on
units with single point power supply only. This option provides WARNING
compressor short circuit protection and makes servicing easier Switching from line voltage to generator power and vice
versa requires that the chiller must either be shut down
Voltage Limitations: or the power must be off for more than a second to avoid
1. Within 10 percent of nameplate rating. sending out of phase voltage to the operating motors. A
properly installed Auto Synchronized Transfer Switch is the
2. Voltage unbalance not to exceed 2% with a resultant
only time that a transfer can be done while the chiller is
current unbalance of 6 to 10 times the voltage unbalance
running.
per NEMA MG-1, 2009 Standard Rev. 1-2010.

DANGER
Disconnect, lockout and tag all power to the unit before
servicing condenser fan motors or compressors. Failure to do
so can cause bodily injury or death.

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Figure 58: Typical Packaged Unit Field Wiring Diagram (Single-Point Connection)
FIELD WIRING DIAGRAM
WITH MICROTECH CONTROLLER

PANEL

CIRCUIT BREAKER 1 DISCONNECT SWITCH


(BY OTHERS) OR
POWER BLOCK

L1 T1
3 PHASE TO CIRCUIT 1
POWER L2 T2 COMPRESSOR(S)
SOURCE AND FAN MOTORS
L3 T3
FU4 FU5

T1

EARTH
GROUND
FU6 301 120 299
DISCONNECT
CONTROL CIRCUIT VAC
(BY OTHERS)
FUSE TB1
SEE NOTE 2
22 N
OPTIONAL
301A FIELD SUPPLIED
TB1 FU
DISCONNECT SWITCH CONTROL POWER
1A 120 VAC
OR
15A for 1.5 KVA
POWER BLOCK
30A for 3.0KVA
(BY OTHERS)

TB1
35 120 VAC
CHWR1
PUMP NO.1 RELAY
(BY OTHERS)
120VAC @ 1.0AMP MAX TB1
33 N
(726) / TB1
P2+ 120 VAC
CHWR2
PUMP NO.2 RELAY
(BY OTHERS)
120VAC @ 1.0AMP MAX TB1
31 N
(814) /

TB1
34 120 VAC

ALARM
BELL OPTION ALARM BELL RELAY
120VAC @ 1.0AMP MAX TB1
32A
(240)
/ ABR GND
(730) OFF
(317)
** TIME CLOCK TB2
52
AUTO IF REMOTE STOP
REMOTE CONTROL IS USED
STOP SWITCH ON 585 REMOVE LEAD 585
(BY OTHERS) FROM TERM
TB2
MANUAL ** TB2-52 TO TB2-72
72
(755) /
OFF
** TIME CLOCK TB2 ALARM BELL**
54 TB2 RELAY
/(540)
AUTO 24 VAC 43
DOUBLE SET POINT/MODE COM NO
SWITCH ON ABR
ALARM BELL
(BY OTHERS) OPTION
TB2
MANUAL ** TB2 BELL
74 1 2
(752) / N 83
TB2 /(231)
24VAC @ 0.4AMP MAX.
Flow Switch Contacts 44 M
Use dry contacts only. DO NOT
supply Field Power to this circuit
NOTE: For Factory Supplied Thermal
Dispersion Flow Switch wiring, TB2 TB2
see wiring instruction kit.
61 DI2 45
IF EXTERNAL
To UC DI2 / ALARM/EVENT
EXTERNAL
IS USED 555A ALARM/
REMOVE LEAD 555A
** EVENT
FROM TERM TB2
TB2-45 TO TB2-67 67
/(745)

TO/FROM BAS
X (CUSTOMER
D-NET
Y CONNECTION)

TO/FROM BAS
TB2
(CUSTOMER
+ 68 BACNET-IP
CONNECTION)
4-20MA FOR
EVAP. - LWT RESET TB2
(BY OTHERS) _
69
(737) /
TB2 (+) TO/FROM BAS
+ 70 (-) (CUSTOMER
BACNET-MSTP
4-20MA FOR CONNECTION)
DEMAND LIMIT REF
TB2 Communications Options
(BY OTHERS) _
71 GND CONNECT TO GROUND
AT ONE END ONLY.
(729) / (317)

TO/FROM BAS
CLA (CUSTOMER
LON
CLB CONNECTION)

GND CONNECT TO GROUND


AT ONE END ONLY.
(317) Notes:
(+) TO/FROM BAS 1.) ALL FIELD WIRING TO BE INSTALLED AS
MODBUS (-) (CUSTOMER NEC CLASS 1 WIRING SYSTEM WITH
CONNECTION) CONDUCTOR RATED 600 VOLTS.
REF 2.) IF FIELD SUPPLIED, CONTROL POWER USER
MUST REMOVE FU6, AND WIRE NUMBERS
GND CONNECT TO GROUND
AT ONE END ONLY. 299, 301A INSIDE CONTROL PANEL
(317)
3.) ** = USE 'DRY CONTACTS' ONLY. DO NOT
TO/FROM BAS SUPPLY FIELD POWER TO THIS CIRCUIT
CE + CE + UNIT 4.) DO NOT SUPPLY FIELD POWER TO
REMOTE CONTROLLER 24VAC OR 120VAC CONTROL CIRCUITS.
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Figure 59: Typical Packaged Unit Field Wiring Diagram (Multi-Point Connection)
FIELD WIRING DIAGRAM
WITH MICROTECH CONTROLLER

PANEL

CIRCUIT BREAKER 1 DISCONNECT SWITCH


(BY OTHERS) OR
POWER BLOCK

L1 T1
3 PHASE TO CIRCUIT 1
POWER L2 T2 COMPRESSOR(S)
SOURCE AND FAN MOTORS
L3 T3
FU4 FU5

T1

EARTH
GROUND
FU6 301 120 299
DISCONNECT
Note: Separate grounding is CONTROL CIRCUIT VAC
(BY OTHERS)
FUSE TB1
required if fed from different SEE NOTE 2
22 N
transformers. Otherwise a 301A
OPTIONAL
TB1 FIELD SUPPLIED
single ground is acceptable. CIRCUIT BREAKER 2 DISCONNECT SWITCH
FU
CONTROL POWER
1A 120 VAC
(BY OTHERS) OR
15A for 1.5 KVA
POWER BLOCK
30A for 3.0KVA
(BY OTHERS)
L1 T1
3 PHASE TO CIRCUIT 2
POWER L2 T2 COMPRESSOR(S)
SOURCE AND FAN MOTORS
L3 T3
TB1
35 120 VAC
CHWR1
PUMP NO.1 RELAY
(BY OTHERS)
120VAC @ 1.0AMP MAX TB1
33 N
/ TB1
P2+ 120 VAC
CHWR2
PUMP NO.2 RELAY
(BY OTHERS)
120VAC @ 1.0AMP MAX TB1
31 N
/

TB1
34 120 VAC

ALARM
BELL OPTION ALARM BELL RELAY
120VAC @ 1.0AMP MAX TB1
32A
(240)
/ ABR GND
(730) OFF
(317)
** TIME CLOCK TB2
52
AUTO IF REMOTE STOP
REMOTE CONTROL IS USED
STOP SWITCH ON 585 REMOVE LEAD 585
(BY OTHERS) FROM TERM
TB2
MANUAL ** TB2-52 TO TB2-72
72
(755) /
OFF
** TIME CLOCK TB2 ALARM BELL**
54 TB2 RELAY
/(546)
AUTO 24 VAC 43
DOUBLE SET POINT/MODE COM NO
SWITCH ON ABR
ALARM BELL
(BY OTHERS) OPTION
TB2
MANUAL ** TB2 BELL
74 1 2
(752) / N 83
TB2 /(231)
24VAC @ 0.4AMP MAX.
Flow Switch Contacts 44 M
Use dry contacts only. DO NOT
supply Field Power to this circuit
NOTE: For Factory Supplied Thermal
Dispersion Flow Switch wiring, TB2 TB2
see wiring instruction kit.
61 DI2 45
IF EXTERNAL
To UC DI2 / ALARM/EVENT
EXTERNAL
IS USED 555A ALARM/
REMOVE LEAD 555A
** EVENT
FROM TERM TB2
TB2-45 TO TB2-67 67
/(745)

TO/FROM BAS
X (CUSTOMER
D-NET
Y CONNECTION)

TO/FROM BAS
TB2
(CUSTOMER
+ 68 BACNET-IP
CONNECTION)
4-20MA FOR
EVAP. - LWT RESET TB2
(BY OTHERS) _
69
(737) /
TB2 (+) TO/FROM BAS
+ 70 (-) (CUSTOMER
BACNET-MSTP
4-20MA FOR CONNECTION)
DEMAND LIMIT REF
TB2 Communications Options
(BY OTHERS) _
71 GND CONNECT TO GROUND
AT ONE END ONLY.
(729) / (317)

TO/FROM BAS
CLA (CUSTOMER
LON
CLB CONNECTION)

GND CONNECT TO GROUND


AT ONE END ONLY.
(317) Notes:
(+) TO/FROM BAS 1.) ALL FIELD WIRING TO BE INSTALLED AS
MODBUS (-) (CUSTOMER NEC CLASS 1 WIRING SYSTEM WITH
CONNECTION) CONDUCTOR RATED 600 VOLTS.
REF 2.) IF FIELD SUPPLIED, CONTROL POWER USER
MUST REMOVE FU6, AND WIRE NUMBERS
GND CONNECT TO GROUND
AT ONE END ONLY. 299, 301A INSIDE CONTROL PANEL
(317)
3.) ** = USE 'DRY CONTACTS' ONLY. DO NOT
TO/FROM BAS SUPPLY FIELD POWER TO THIS CIRCUIT
CE + CE + UNIT 4.) DO NOT SUPPLY FIELD POWER TO
REMOTE CONTROLLER 24VAC OR 120VAC CONTROL CIRCUITS.
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Figure 60: Typical Heat Recovery Unit Field Wiring Diagram (Single-Point Connection with all options shown)
FIELD WIRING DIAGRAM
WITH MICROTECH CONTROLLER

PANEL

CIRCUIT BREAKER DISCONNECT SWITCH


(BY OTHERS) OR
POWER BLOCK

L1 T1
Note: Separate grounding is 3 PHASE TO
POWER L2 T2 COMPRESSOR(S)
required if fed from different SOURCE AND FAN MOTORS
transformers. Otherwise a L3 T3

single ground is acceptable. EARTH


FU4 FU5
GROUND
T1
TB1
35 120 VAC
CHWR1
PUMP NO.1 RELAY 301 120 299
(BY OTHERS) FU6 DISCONNECT
VAC (BY OTHERS)
120VAC @ 1.0AMP MAX TB1 CONTROL TB1
33 N CIRCUIT
FUSE 22 N
/ OPTIONAL
SEE NOTE 2
TB1 TB1 FIELD SUPPLIED
301A FU
P2+ 120 VAC CONTROL POWER
1A 120 VAC
CHWR2 15A for 1.5 KVA
PUMP NO.2 RELAY 30A for 3.0KVA
(BY OTHERS) (BY OTHERS)
120VAC @ 1.0AMP MAX TB1
31 N
/
TB1
34 120 VAC

ALARM
BELL OPTION ALARM BELL RELAY
120VAC @ 1.0AMP MAX TB1
32A
(235)
/ ABR GND
(730) OFF
(317)
** TIME CLOCK TB2
52
AUTO IF REMOTE STOP
REMOTE CONTROL IS USED
STOP SWITCH ON 585 REMOVE LEAD 585
(BY OTHERS) FROM TERM
TB2 TB2-52 TO TB2-72
MANUAL **
72
(755) /
OFF
**TIME CLOCK TB2
54
AUTO
DOUBLE SET POINT/MODE
SWITCH ON ALARM BELL **
(BY OTHERS) RELAY
TB2 TB2
MANUAL ** /(546)
74 24 VAC 43
(752) / COM NO
ABR
TB2 UNIT ALARM
Flow Switch Contacts 44 M TB2 BELL
1 2
Use dry contacts only. DO NOT
N 83
supply Field Power to this circuit
/(224)
24VAC @ 0.4AMP MAX.
NOTE: For Factory Supplied Thermal
Dispersion Flow Switch wiring, TB2
see wiring instruction kit.
61 DI2
To UC DI2 / TB7
TB2
4
IF EXTERNAL 45
ALARM/EVENT
**Heat Recovery EXTERNAL
IS USED 555A
Request Switch ALARM/
REMOVE LEAD 555A
TB7 EVENT
FROM TERM TB2 **
M TB2-45 TO TB2-67 67
/(745)
120V
TO/FROM BAS
Heat Recovery HEAT RECOVERY X (CUSTOMER
D-NET
Pump Relay PUMP RELAY Y CONNECTION)
120VAC @ 1.0 AMP MAX
N
TO/FROM BAS
TB7
**Flo HR (CUSTOMER
1 BACNET-IP
CONNECTION)

Heat Recovery
Flow Switch
TB2
100B (+) TO/FROM BAS
BACNET-MSTP (-) (CUSTOMER
TB2 CONNECTION)
REF
+ 68 Communications Options
4-20MA FOR
EVAP. - LWT RESET GND CONNECT TO GROUND
AT ONE END ONLY.
TB2 (317)
(BY OTHERS) _
69
(737) / TO/FROM BAS
TB2 CLA (CUSTOMER
LON
+ 70 CLB CONNECTION)
4-20MA FOR
DEMAND LIMIT TB2 GND CONNECT TO GROUND
AT ONE END ONLY.
(BY OTHERS) _ (317)
71
(729) /
(+) TO/FROM BAS
0-10 VDC Pump VFD
MODBUS (-) (CUSTOMER
or 3-Way Valve TB7
REF CONNECTION)
3
GND CONNECT TO GROUND
AT ONE END ONLY.
(317)

TB7 TO/FROM BAS


UNIT
M REMOTE CE + CE +
CONTROLLER
Notes:
4-20mA Pump VFD DISPLAY CE - CE -
or 3-Way Valve TB7 1.) ALL FIELD WIRING TO BE INSTALLED AS
NEC CLASS 1 WIRING SYSTEM WITH
5
CONDUCTOR RATED 600 VOLTS.
2.) IF FIELD SUPPLIED, CONTROL POWER USER
MUST REMOVE FU6, AND WIRE NUMBERS
299, 301A INSIDE CONTROL PANEL
TB7 3.) ** = USE 'DRY CONTACTS' ONLY. DO NOT
M SUPPLY FIELD POWER TO THIS CIRCUIT
4.) DO NOT SUPPLY FIELD POWER TO
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Figure 61: Typical Heat Recovery Unit Field Wiring Diagram (Multi-Point Connection)
FIELD WIRING DIAGRAM
WITH MICROTECH CONTROLLER
PANEL

CIRCUIT BREAKER 1 DISCONNECT SWITCH


(BY OTHERS) OR
POWER BLOCK

L1 T1
3 PHASE TO CIRCUIT 1
POWER L2 T2 COMPRESSOR(S)
SOURCE AND FAN MOTORS
L3 T3
FU4 FU5
Note: Separate grounding is T1
required if fed from different
EARTH
transformers. Otherwise a GROUND

single ground is acceptable. FU6 301 120 299


DISCONNECT
CONTROL CIRCUIT VAC (BY OTHERS)
FUSE
SEE NOTE 2 TB1 22 N
OPTIONAL
301A FIELD SUPPLIED
TB1 FU
DISCONNECT SWITCH CONTROL POWER
CIRCUIT BREAKER 2 1A 120 VAC
(BY OTHERS) OR
15A for 1.5 KVA
POWER BLOCK
30A for 3.0KVA
(BY OTHERS)
L1 T1
3 PHASE TO CIRCUIT 2
POWER L2 T2 COMPRESSOR(S)
SOURCE AND FAN MOTORS
L3 T3
TB1
35 120 VAC
CHWR1
PUMP NO.1 RELAY
(BY OTHERS)
120VAC @ 1.0AMP MAX
TB1
33 N
(726) /
TB1
P2+ 120 VAC
CHWR2
PUMP NO.2 RELAY
(BY OTHERS)
120VAC @ 1.0AMP MAX
TB1
31 N
(814) /
TB1
34 120 VAC

ALARM ALARM BELL RELAY


BELL OPTION 120VAC @ 1.0AMP MAX
TB1
32A
(239)
/ ABR GND
(730)
OFF (317)
** TIME CLOCK TB2
52
AUTO IF REMOTE STOP
REMOTE USE DRY CONTROL IS USED
STOP SWITCH CONTACTS ONLY 585 REMOVE LEAD 585
(BY OTHERS) ON SEE NOTE 3 FROM TERM
TB2 TB2-52 TO TB2-72
72
(755) / MANUAL **

** TIME OFF
CLOCK TB2
ALARM BELL**
54
AUTO TB2 RELAY
/(544)
DOUBLE SET POINT/MODE USE DRY 24 VAC 43
SWITCH CONTACTS ONLY COM NO
(BY OTHERS) ON SEE NOTE 3 USE DRY ABR
TB2 ALARM BELL
CONTACTS ONLY
OPTION
74 SEE NOTE 3 BELL
(752) / MANUAL** TB2 1 2
TB7 N 83
3 /(229)
USE DRY 24VAC @ 0.4AMP MAX.
**Heat Recovery
CONTACTS ONLY
Request Switch TB7
SEE NOTE 3
5

TB7 TB2
8 120V 45
HEAT RECOVERY IF EXTERNAL
Heat Recovery PUMP RELAY ALARM/EVENT USE DRY EXTERNAL
Pump Relay 120VAC @ 1.0 AMP MAX IS USED 555A CONTACTS ONLY
TB1 ALARM/
REMOVE LEAD 555A SEE NOTE 3
N ** EVENT
22 FROM TERM TB2
TB2-45 TO TB2-67 67
TB7 /(745)
NOTE: For Factory 1
USE DRY
Supplied Thermal Heat Recovery **Flo HR
CONTACTS ONLY
Dispersion Flow Switch Flow Switch TB2
SEE NOTE 3
wiring, see wiring 100B
instruction in Kit.
TB2
+ 68
4-20MA FOR
EVAP. - LWT RESET
TB2
(BY OTHERS) _
69
(737) /
TB2
+ 70
4-20MA FOR
DEMAND LIMIT
TB2
(BY OTHERS) _
71
(729) /
TB7
3
0-10 VDC Pump VFD
or 3-Way Valve
TB7
M

TB7
Notes:
5
4-20mA Pump VFD 1.) ALL FIELD WIRING TO BE INSTALLED AS
or 3-Way Valve TB7 NEC CLASS 1 WIRING SYSTEM WITH
CONDUCTOR RATED 600 VOLTS.
M 2.) IF FIELD SUPPLIED, CONTROL POWER USER
MUST REMOVE FU6, AND WIRE NUMBERS
299, 301A INSIDE CONTROL PANEL
HEAT RECOVERY JUNCTION BOX 3.) ** = USE 'DRY CONTACTS' ONLY. DO NOT
SUPPLY FIELD POWER TO THIS CIRCUIT
TBHR 4.) DO NOT SUPPLY FIELD POWER TO
FIELD POWER SUPPLY + 120+ 120V 24VAC OR 120VAC CONTROL CIRCUITS.
TO HEAT RECOVERY
FREEZE PROTECTION TBHR
HEATERS (BY OTHERS) _
120- N

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Electrical Data

Table 22: Electrical Data - Single Point (60/50 Hz) Table 23: Electrical Data - Single Point (60/50 Hz)
Single Point Field Data Single Point Field Data
Model Voltage / Ratings Lug Range Model Voltage / Ratings Lug Range
Size Freq. Size Freq.
Disconnect Disconnect
MCA RFS MFS Power Block MCA RFS MFS Power Block
Switch Switch

208V/60 149 175 175 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 208V/60 268 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM

230V/60 149 175 175 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 230V/60 268 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM

380V/60 87 100 100 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 12-1/0 380V/60 161 175 175 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM
030E 065E
460V/60 74 80 80 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 460V/60 129 150 150 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 4-300MCM

575V/60 64 70 70 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 575V/60 113 125 125 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 4-300MCM

400V/50 77 90 90 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 400V/50 129 150 150 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 4-300MCM

208V/60 163 175 175 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 208V/60 306 350 350 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM

230V/60 163 175 175 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 230V/60 306 350 350 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM

380V/60 96 110 110 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 4-300MCM 380V/60 164 200 200 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM
035E 070E
460V/60 77 90 90 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 460V/60 138 150 150 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 4-300MCM

575V/60 64 70 70 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 575V/60 117 125 125 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 4-300MCM

400V/50 80 90 90 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 400V/50 138 150 150 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 4-300MCM

208V/60 168 200 200 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 208V/60 338 400 400 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM

230V/60 168 200 200 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 230V/60 338 400 400 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM

380V/60 107 125 125 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 4-300MCM 380V/60 173 200 200 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM
040E 075E
460V/60 80 90 90 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 460V/60 149 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM

575V/60 67 80 80 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 575V/60 125 150 150 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM

400V/50 83 100 100 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 400V/50 149 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM

208V/60 228 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 208V/60 355 400 400 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM

230V/60 228 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 230V/60 355 400 400 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM

380V/60 117 125 125 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 4-300MCM 380V/60 187 225 225 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM
045E 080E
460V/60 90 100 100 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 12-1/0 460V/60 153 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM

575V/60 75 90 90 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 575V/60 126 150 150 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM

400V/50 94 110 110 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 4-300MCM 400V/50 153 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM

208V/60 241 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 208V/60 384 450 450 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM

230V/60 241 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 230V/60 384 450 450 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM

380V/60 131 150 150 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 4-300MCM 380V/60 218 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM
050E 090E
460V/60 109 125 125 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 4-300MCM 460V/60 168 200 200 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM

575V/60 97 110 110 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 4-300MCM 575V/60 147 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM

400V/50 107 125 125 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 4-300MCM 400V/50 168 200 200 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM

208V/60 251 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 208V/60 442 500 500 (2) 6-500MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM

230V/60 251 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 230V/60 442 500 500 (2) 6-500MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM

380V/60 147 175 175 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 380V/60 268 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
055E 100E
460V/60 118 125 125 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 4-300MCM 460V/60 203 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM

575V/60 105 125 125 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 4-300MCM 575V/60 184 225 225 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM

400V/50 119 125 125 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 4-300MCM 400V/50 203 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM

208V/60 260 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 208V/60 490 600 600 (2) 6-500MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM

230V/60 260 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 230V/60 490 600 600 (2) 6-500MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM

380V/60 161 175 175 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 380V/60 294 350 350 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
060E 110E
460V/60 126 150 150 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 4-300MCM 460V/60 227 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM

575V/60 113 125 125 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 4-300MCM 575V/60 204 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM

400V/50 129 150 150 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 4-300MCM 400V/50 227 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM

NOTE: MCA = Minimum Current Ampacity, RFS = Recommended Fuse Size, MFS = Maximum Fuse Size.
For RFS, use the given values for intended standard ambient operation. If the operating ambient is intended to be above
105F, MFS must be used.

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Electrical Data

Table 24: Electrical Data - Single Point (60/50 Hz) Table 25: Electrical Data - Single Point (60/50 Hz)
Single Point Field Data Single Point Field Data
Model Voltage / Ratings Lug Range Model Voltage / Ratings Lug Range
Size Freq. Size Freq.
Disconnect Disconnect
MCA RFS MFS Power Block MCA RFS MFS Power Block
Switch Switch
208V/60 534 600 600 (2) 6-500MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 208V/60 848 1000 1000 (4) 2-600MCM (4) 4/0-500MCM
230V/60 534 600 600 (2) 6-500MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 230V/60 848 1000 1000 (4) 2-600MCM (4) 4/0-500MCM
380V/60 330 400 400 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 190E/ 380V/60 508 600 600 (2) 6-500MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
120E
460V/60 261 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 191E 460V/60 424 500 500 (2) 6-500MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
575V/60 234 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 575V/60 348 400 400 (2) 6-500MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
400V/50 261 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 400V/50 424 500 500 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
208V/60 569 700 700 (2) 6-500MCM (3) 2/0-400MCM 208V/60 890 1000 1000 (4) 2-600MCM (4) 4/0-500MCM
230V/60 569 700 700 (2) 6-500MCM (3) 2/0-400MCM 230V/60 890 1000 1000 (4) 2-600MCM (4) 4/0-500MCM
380V/60 358 400 450 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 210E/ 380V/60 525 600 600 (2) 6-500MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
130E
460V/60 284 350 350 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 211E 460V/60 443 500 500 (2) 6-500MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
575V/60 239 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 575V/60 351 400 400 (2) 6-500MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
400V/50 284 350 350 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 400V/50 443 500 500 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
208V/60 612 700 700 (2) 6-500MCM (3) 2/0-400MCM 208V/60 943 1000 1000 (4) 2-600MCM (4) 4/0-500MCM
230V/60 612 700 700 (2) 6-500MCM (3) 2/0-400MCM 230V/60 943 1000 1000 (4) 2-600MCM (4) 4/0-500MCM
380V/60 388 450 450 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 225E/ 380V/60 551 600 600 (2) 6-500MCM (3) 2/0-400MCM
140E
460V/60 309 350 350 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 226E 460V/60 469 500 500 (2) 6-500MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
575V/60 248 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 575V/60 359 400 400 (2) 6-500MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
400V/50 309 350 350 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 400V/50 469 500 500 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
208V/60 640 700 700 (2) 6-500MCM (3) 2/0-400MCM 208V/60 1071 1200 1200 (4) 2-600MCM (4) 4/0-500MCM
230V/60 640 700 700 (2) 6-500MCM (3) 2/0-400MCM 230V/60 1071 1200 1200 (4) 2-600MCM (4) 4/0-500MCM
380V/60 410 500 500 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 240E/ 380V/60 602 700 700 (2) 6-500MCM (3) 2/0-400MCM
150E
460V/60 328 400 400 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 241E 460V/60 525 600 600 (2) 6-500MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
575V/60 252 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 575V/60 367 400 400 (2) 6-500MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
400V/50 328 400 400 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 400V/50 525 600 600 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
208V/60 668 800 800 (2) 6-500MCM (3) 2/0-400MCM
230V/60 668 800 800 (2) 6-500MCM (3) 2/0-400MCM
380V/60 432 500 500 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
161E
460V/60 346 400 400 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
575V/60 255 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
400V/50 346 400 400 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
208V/60 734 800 800 (2) 6-500MCM (4) 4/0-500MCM
230V/60 734 800 800 (2) 6-500MCM (4) 4/0-500MCM
380V/60 442 500 500 (2) 6-500MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
170E
460V/60 355 400 400 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
575V/60 309 350 350 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
400V/50 355 400 400 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
208V/60 875 1000 1000 -- (4) 4/0-500MCM
230V/60 875 1000 1000 -- (4) 4/0-500MCM
380V/60 479 500 500 (2) 6-500MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
180E
460V/60 394 450 450 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
575V/60 339 350 350 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
400V/50 394 450 450 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM

NOTE: MCA = Minimum Current Ampacity, RFS = Recommended Fuse Size, MFS = Maximum Fuse Size.
For RFS, use the given values for intended standard ambient operation. If the operating ambient is intended to be above
105F, MFS must be used.

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Table 26: Electrical Data - Multiple Point (60/50 Hz)


Multiple Point Field Data - Circuit #1 Multiple Point Field Data - Circuit #2
Model Voltage / Ratings Lug Range Ratings Lug Range
Size Frequency
Disconnect Disconnect
MCA RFS MFS Power Block MCA RFS MFS Power Block
Switch Switch
208V/60 78 100 100 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 78 100 100 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM
230V/60 78 100 100 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 78 100 100 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM
380V/60 46 60 60 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 46 60 60 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
030E
460V/60 39 50 50 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 39 50 50 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
575V/60 34 40 45 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 34 40 45 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
400V/50 40 50 50 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 40 50 50 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
208V/60 82 100 110 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM 88 110 110 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM
230V/60 82 100 110 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM 88 110 110 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM
380V/60 44 60 60 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 56 70 70 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
035E
460V/60 39 50 50 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 42 50 50 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
575V/60 32 40 40 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 35 45 45 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
400V/50 40 50 50 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 44 60 60 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
208V/60 88 110 110 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM 88 110 110 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM
230V/60 88 110 110 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM 88 110 110 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM
380V/60 56 70 70 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 56 70 70 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
040E
460V/60 42 50 50 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 42 50 50 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
575V/60 35 45 45 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 35 45 45 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
400V/50 44 60 60 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 44 60 60 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
208V/60 120 150 150 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM 120 150 150 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM
230V/60 120 150 150 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM 120 150 150 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM
380V/60 62 80 80 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 62 80 80 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
045E
460V/60 48 60 60 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 48 60 60 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
575V/60 39 50 50 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 39 50 50 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
400V/50 49 60 60 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 49 60 60 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
208V/60 127 150 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 127 150 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM
230V/60 127 150 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 127 150 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM
380V/60 69 90 90 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 69 90 90 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
050E
460V/60 58 70 80 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 58 70 80 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
575V/60 51 60 70 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 51 60 70 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
400V/50 56 70 70 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 56 70 70 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
208V/60 127 150 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 137 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM
230V/60 127 150 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 137 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM
380V/60 69 90 90 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 85 110 110 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM
055E
460V/60 58 70 80 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 66 80 90 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
575V/60 51 60 70 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 59 70 80 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
400V/50 56 70 70 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 68 80 90 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
208V/60 137 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 137 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM
230V/60 137 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 137 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM
380V/60 85 110 110 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM 85 110 110 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM
060E
460V/60 66 80 90 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 66 80 90 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
575V/60 59 70 80 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 59 70 80 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
400V/50 68 80 90 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 68 80 90 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0

NOTE: MCA = Minimum Current Ampacity, RFS = Recommended Fuse Size, MFS = Maximum Fuse Size.
For RFS, use the given values for intended standard ambient operation. If the operating ambient is intended to be above
105F, MFS must be used.

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Electrical Data

Table 27: Electrical Data - Multiple Point (60/50 Hz)


Multiple Point Field Data - Circuit #1 Multiple Point Field Data - Circuit #2
Model Voltage / Ratings Lug Range Ratings Lug Range
Size Frequency
Disconnect Disconnect
MCA RFS MFS Power Block MCA RFS MFS Power Block
Switch Switch
208V/60 141 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 141 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM
230V/60 141 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 141 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM
380V/60 85 110 110 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM 85 110 110 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM
065E
460V/60 68 80 90 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 68 80 90 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
575V/60 59 70 80 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 59 70 80 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
400V/50 68 80 90 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 68 80 90 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
208V/60 162 200 225 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 162 200 225 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM
230V/60 162 200 225 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 162 200 225 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM
380V/60 86 110 110 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM 86 110 110 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM
070E
460V/60 73 90 100 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 73 90 100 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM
575V/60 62 80 80 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 62 80 80 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
400V/50 73 90 100 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 73 90 100 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM
208V/60 186 225 250 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 170 225 225 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM
230V/60 186 225 250 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 170 225 225 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM
380V/60 92 110 125 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM 91 110 125 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM
075E
460V/60 80 100 110 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM 76 100 100 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM
575V/60 66 80 90 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 65 80 90 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0
400V/50 80 100 110 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM 76 100 100 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM
208V/60 186 225 250 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 186 225 250 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
230V/60 186 225 250 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 186 225 250 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
380V/60 98 125 125 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM 98 125 125 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM
080E
460V/60 80 100 110 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM 80 100 110 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM
575V/60 66 80 90 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 12-1/0 66 80 90 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM
400V/50 80 100 110 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM 80 100 110 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM
208V/60 203 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 203 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
230V/60 203 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 203 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
380V/60 115 150 150 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM 115 150 150 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM
090E
460V/60 89 110 125 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM 89 110 125 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM
575V/60 78 100 110 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM 78 100 110 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM
400V/50 89 110 125 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM 89 110 125 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM
208V/60 215 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 248 300 350 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
230V/60 215 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 248 300 350 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
380V/60 129 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 152 200 200 (1) 14-2/0 (2) 3/0-500MCM
100E
460V/60 96 125 125 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM 117 150 150 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM
575V/60 87 110 110 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM 105 150 150 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM
400V/50 96 125 125 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM 117 150 150 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM
208V/60 259 350 350 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 259 350 350 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
230V/60 259 350 350 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 259 350 350 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
380V/60 156 200 225 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 156 200 225 (1) 14-2/0 (2) 3/0-500MCM
110E
460V/60 120 150 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 120 150 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM
575V/60 108 150 150 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM 108 150 150 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM
400V/50 120 150 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 120 150 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM

NOTE: MCA = Minimum Current Ampacity, RFS = Recommended Fuse Size, MFS = Maximum Fuse Size.
For RFS, use the given values for intended standard ambient operation. If the operating ambient is intended to be above
105F, MFS must be used.

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Table 28: Electrical Data - Multiple Point (60/50 Hz)


Multiple Point Field Data - Circuit #1 Multiple Point Field Data - Circuit #2
Model Voltage / Ratings Lug Range Ratings Lug Range
Size Frequency
Disconnect Disconnect
MCA RFS MFS Power Block MCA RFS MFS Power Block
Switch Switch
208V/60 281 350 350 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 281 350 350 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
230V/60 281 350 350 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 281 350 350 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
380V/60 174 225 225 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 174 225 225 (1) 14-2/0 (2) 3/0-500MCM
120E
460V/60 137 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 137 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM
575V/60 123 150 150 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM 123 150 150 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM
400V/50 137 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 137 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM
208V/60 281 350 350 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 316 400 450 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
230V/60 281 350 350 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 316 400 450 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
380V/60 174 225 225 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 201 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
130E
460V/60 137 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 160 200 225 (1) 14-2/0 (2) 3/0-500MCM
575V/60 123 150 150 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 4-300MCM 128 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM
400V/50 137 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 160 200 225 (1) 14-2/0 (2) 3/0-500MCM
208V/60 324 400 450 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 324 400 450 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
230V/60 324 400 450 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 324 400 450 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
380V/60 206 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 206 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
140E
460V/60 164 200 225 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 164 200 225 (1) 14-2/0 (2) 3/0-500MCM
575V/60 131 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 131 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM
400V/50 164 200 225 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 164 200 225 (1) 14-2/0 (2) 3/0-500MCM
208V/60 324 400 450 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 351 450 450 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
230V/60 324 400 450 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 351 450 450 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
380V/60 206 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 228 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
150E
460V/60 164 200 225 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 182 225 250 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
575V/60 131 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 134 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM
400V/50 164 200 225 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 182 225 250 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
208V/60 358 450 450 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 358 450 450 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
230V/60 358 450 450 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 358 450 450 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
380V/60 212 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 212 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
161E
460V/60 165 200 200 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 165 200 200 (1) 14-2/0 (2) 3/0-500MCM
575V/60 146 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 146 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM
400V/50 165 200 200 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 165 200 200 (1) 14-2/0 (2) 3/0-500MCM
208V/60 358 450 450 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 405 500 500 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
230V/60 358 450 450 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 405 500 500 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
380V/60 212 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 248 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
170E
460V/60 165 200 200 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 204 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
575V/60 146 175 175 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 176 200 225 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM
400V/50 165 200 200 (1) 14-2/0 (1) 6-350MCM 204 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
208V/60 453 500 500 (2) 6-500MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 453 500 500 (2) 6-500MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
230V/60 453 500 500 (2) 6-500MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 453 500 500 (2) 6-500MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
380V/60 248 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 248 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
180E
460V/60 204 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 204 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
575V/60 176 200 225 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 176 200 225 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
400V/50 204 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 204 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM

NOTE: MCA = Minimum Current Ampacity, RFS = Recommended Fuse Size, MFS = Maximum Fuse Size.
For RFS, use the given values for intended standard ambient operation. If the operating ambient is intended to be above
105F, MFS must be used.

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Table 29: Electrical Data - Multiple Point (60/50 Hz)


Multiple Point Field Data - Circuit #1 Multiple Point Field Data - Circuit #2
Model Voltage / Ratings Lug Range Ratings Lug Range
Size Frequency
Disconnect Disconnect
MCA RFS MFS Power Block MCA RFS MFS Power Block
Switch Switch
208V/60 413 500 500 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 464 600 600 (2) 6-500MCM (3) 2/0-400MCM
230V/60 413 500 500 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 464 600 600 (2) 6-500MCM (3) 2/0-400MCM

190E/ 380V/60 252 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 274 350 350 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
191E 460V/60 208 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 231 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
575V/60 179 225 225 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 182 225 225 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
400V/50 208 250 250 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 231 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
208V/60 464 600 600 (2) 6-500MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 464 600 600 (2) 6-500MCM (3) 2/0-400MCM
230V/60 464 600 600 (2) 6-500MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 464 600 600 (2) 6-500MCM (3) 2/0-400MCM

210E/ 380V/60 274 350 350 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 274 350 350 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
211E 460V/60 231 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 231 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
575V/60 182 225 225 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 182 225 225 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
400V/50 231 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 231 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
208V/60 483 600 600 (2) 6-500MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 494 600 600 (2) 6-500MCM (3) 2/0-400MCM
230V/60 483 600 600 (2) 6-500MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 494 600 600 (2) 6-500MCM (3) 2/0-400MCM

225E/ 380V/60 278 350 350 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 295 350 350 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
226E 460V/60 235 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 253 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
575V/60 185 225 225 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 187 225 225 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
400V/50 235 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 253 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
208V/60 555 700 700 (2) 6-500MCM (3) 2/0-400MCM 555 700 700 (2) 6-500MCM (3) 2/0-400MCM
230V/60 555 700 700 (2) 6-500MCM (3) 2/0-400MCM 555 700 700 (2) 6-500MCM (3) 2/0-400MCM

240E/ 380V/60 312 400 400 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 312 400 400 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
241E 460V/60 272 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 272 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
575V/60 190 225 225 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM 190 225 225 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM
400V/50 272 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (1) 6-350MCM 272 300 300 (1) 2-600MCM (2) 3/0-500MCM

NOTE: MCA = Minimum Current Ampacity, RFS = Recommended Fuse Size, MFS = Maximum Fuse Size.
For RFS, use the given values for intended standard ambient operation. If the operating ambient is intended to be above
105F, MFS must be used.

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Unit Controller Operation

General Description
The MicroTech III controllers design not only permits Security protection prevents unauthorized changing of the
the chiller to run more efficiently, but also can simplify setpoints and control parameters.
troubleshooting if a system failure occurs. Every MicroTech MicroTech III control continuously performs self-diagnostic
IIII controller is programmed and tested prior to shipment to checks, monitoring system temperatures, pressures and
facilitate start-up. protection devices, and will automatically shut down a
The controller menu structure is separated into three distinct compressor or the entire unit should a fault occur. The cause
categories that provide the operator or service technician with of the shutdown will be retained in memory and can be easily
a full description of: displayed in plain English for operator review. The MicroTech
III chiller controller will also retain and display the date/time the
1. current unit status
fault occurred. In addition to displaying alarm diagnostics, the
2. control parameters MicroTech III chiller controller also provides the operator with
3. alarms a warning of limit (pre-alarm) conditions.

System Architecture
The overall controls architecture uses the following:
One MicroTech III unit controller
I/O extension modules as needed depending on the
configuration of the unit
Communications interface(s) as needed based on
installed options
Communication interface modules will connect directly to the
left side of the unit controller. I/O extensions will connect
via peripheral bus using the connection on the right side of
the controller. All of the I/O extension modules can connect
directly or using a wiring harness.

Figure 62: System Architecture

BAS Interface BAS Interface BAS Interface


(Bacnet, Lon, (Bacnet, Lon, (Bacnet, Lon, MicroTech III Controller - UC
Modbus) Modbus) Modbus)

Peripheral Bus

I/O Extension
I/O Extension
EEXV1
CC1

I/O Extension I/O Extension I/O Extension


CC2 EEXV 2 RapidRestore

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Controller Inputs and Outputs Table 35: Digital Inputs


Description Signal Off Signal On
Main Controller X6 Circuit 1 Switch Circuit Disable Circuit Enable
X7 Circuit 1 MHP Switch Fault No fault
Table 30: Analog Inputs Circuit 1 Motor
X8 Fault No fault
# Description Signal Type Expected Range Protection
AI1 Evaporator EWT NTC 10k 340 to 300k Circuit 1 (or Unit) PVM/
DI1 Fault No fault
GFP
AI2 Evaporator LWT NTC 10k 340 to 300k
AI3 Ambient Temp NTC 10k 340 to 300k NOTE: The Motor Protection and MHP input signal are wired
in series. If Motor Protection input is open, MHP
X1 Demand Limit 4-20 mA 1 to 23 mA Switch input will also be open.
X4 LWT Reset 4-20 mA 1 to 23 mA
Table 36: Digital Outputs
Table 31: Analog Outputs Description Output Off Output On
# Description Signal Type Range DO1 Compressor #1 Compressor Off Compressor On
X2 Circuit 1 Fan VFD Speed2 Voltage 0 to 10 volts DO2 Compressor #3 Compressor Off Compressor On
X3 Circuit 2 Fan VFD Speed2 Voltage 0 to 10 volts DO3 Compressor #5 Compressor Off Compressor On
X5 Circuit 1 Fan VFD Speed1 Voltage 0 to 10 volts Evaporator Water
DO4 Pump Off Pump On
X6 Circuit 2 Fan VFD Speed1 Voltage 0 to 10 volts Pump 2
Circuit 1 Hot Gas
DO5 Solenoid Closed Solenoid Open
Table 32: Digital Inputs Bypass SV
Description Signal Off Signal On Circuit 1 Liquid
DO6 Solenoid Closed Solenoid Open
DI1 External Alarm/Event Ext. Fault No Ext. Fault Line SV

DI2 Evaporator Flow Switch No Flow Flow


Double Set Point/ Mode See sections on Unit Mode
Compressor Module 2
DI3
Switch Selection and LWT Target Table 37: Analog Inputs
DI4 Remote Switch Remote Disable Remote Enable Expected
Description Signal Type
DI5 Unit Switch Unit Disable Unit Enable Range
X1 Circuit 2 Suction Temp NTC 10k 340 to 300k
Table 33: Digital Outputs
Circuit 2 Evaporator
Description Output Off Output On X2 Voltage 0.4 to 4.6 volts
Press
DO1 Evaporator Water Pump 1 Pump Off Pump On Circuit 2 Condenser
X4 Voltage 0.4 to 4.6 volts
DO2 Alarm Indicator Alarm Not Active Alarm Active Press
DO3 Circuit 1 Fan Output 1 Fan(s) Off Fan(s) On
DO4 Circuit 1 Fan Output 2 Fan(s) Off Fan(s) On
Table 38: Digital Inputs
DO5 Circuit 1 Fan Output 3 Fan(s) Off Fan(s) On Description Signal Off Signal On

DO6 Circuit 1 Fan Output 4 Fan(s) Off Fan(s) On Heat Recovery Flow
X3 No Flow Flow
Switch
DO7 Circuit 2 Fan Output 1 Fan(s) Off Fan(s) On
X6 Circuit 2 Switch Circuit Disable Circuit Enable
DO8 Circuit 2 Fan Output 2 Fan(s) Off Fan(s) On
X7 Circuit 2 MHP Switch Fault No fault
DO9 Circuit 2 Fan Output 3 Fan(s) Off Fan(s) On
Circuit 2 Motor
DO10 Circuit 2 Fan Output 4 Fan(s) Off Fan(s) On X8 Fault No fault
Protection
X7 Circuit 1 Condenser SV 1 Solenoid Closed Solenoid Open DI1 Circuit 2 PVM/GFP Fault No fault
X8 Circuit 2 Condenser SV 1 Solenoid Closed Solenoid Open
NOTE: The Motor Protection and MHP input signal are wired
in series. If Motor Protection input is open, MHP
Compressor Module 1 Switch input will also be open (not applicable to 030
and 045E models).
Table 34: Analog Inputs Table 39: Digital Outputs
Description Signal Type Expected Range Description Output Off Output On
X1 Circuit 1 Suction Temp NTC 10k 340 to 300k DO1 Compressor #2 Compressor Off Compressor On
X2 Circuit 1 Evaporator Press Voltage 0.4 to 4.6 volts DO2 Compressor #4 Compressor Off Compressor On
X4 Circuit 1 Condenser Press Voltage 0.4 to 4.6 volts DO3 Compressor #6 Compressor Off Compressor On
X3 Heat Recovery EWT NTC 10k 340 to 300k Circuit 2 Hot Gas Bypass
DO5 Solenoid Closed Solenoid Open
X5 Heat Recovery LWT NTC 10k 340 to 300k SV

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DO6 Circuit 2 Liquid Line SV Solenoid Closed Solenoid Open Heat Recovery Pump
X5 Pump Off Pump On
Relay
EXV Module 1 and 2
These modules will be used only when the expansion valve type is electronic.

Table 40: Digital Inputs


Description Output Off Output On
Heat Recovery Request
X2 No Request Request
Switch

Table 41: Digital Outputs


Description Output Off Output On
Circuit 1 or 2 Fan
DO1 Fan(s) Off Fan(s) On
Output 5

Table 42: Analog Outputs


Description Output Signal
Heat Recovery Pump/
X1 0-10VDC
Valve
Heat Recovery Pump/ 4-20 mA
X3
Valve Current

Table 43: Stepper Motor Output


Description
M1+, M1- EXV Stepper Coil 1
M2+, M2- EXV Stepper Coil 2

Condenser Fan Output Labels


All condenser fan output labels, both the digital outputs and analog speed signals, will be labeled according to which fans are
connected to each one. The following tables show the fans connected to each output for each configuration.

Table 44: AGZ-E Models without VFDs


Physical Number of Fans
Output Descr.
Output 4 6 8 10 12 14
Speed 1 UC X5
Speed 2 UC X2
Fan Output 1 UC DO3 Fan 11 Fan 11 Fan 11 Fan 11 Fan 11 Fan 11/13
Circuit 1

Fan Output 2 UC DO4 Fan 12 Fan 12 Fan 12 Fan 12 Fan 12 Fan 12


Fan Output 3 UC DO5 Fan 13 Fan 13 Fan 13 Fan 13 Fan 14/16
Fan Output 4 UC DO6 Fan 14 Fan 14 Fan 14/16 Fan 15
Fan Output 5 EEXV1 DO1 Fan 15 Fan 15 Fan 17
Speed 1 UC X6
Speed 2 UC X3
Fan Output 1 UC DO7 Fan 21 Fan 21 Fan 21 Fan 21 Fan 21 Fan 21/23
Circuit 2

Fan Output 2 UC DO8 Fan 22 Fan 22 Fan 22 Fan 22 Fan 22 Fan 22


Fan Output 3 UC DO9 Fan 23 Fan 23 Fan 23 Fan 23 Fan 24/26
Fan Output 4 UC DO10 Fan 24 Fan 24 Fan 24/26 Fan 25
Fan Output 5 EEXV2 DO1 Fan 25 Fan 25 Fan 27

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Table 45: AGZ-E Models with 1 VFD per Circuit


Physical Number of Fans
Output Descr.
Output 4 6 8 10 12 14
Speed 1 UC X5 Fan 11 Fan 11 Fan 11/13 Fan 11/13 Fan 11/13 Fan 11/13
Speed 2 UC X2
Fan Output 1 UC DO3 Fan 12 Fan 12
Circuit 1

Fan Output 2 UC DO4 Fan 12 Fan 12 Fan 12 Fan 12 Fan 14 Fan 14


Fan Output 3 UC DO5 Fan 13 Fan 15 Fan 15
Fan Output 4 UC DO6 Fan 14 Fan 14 Fan 16 Fan 16
Fan Output 5 EEXV1 DO1 Fan 15 Fan 17
Speed 1 UC X6 Fan 21 Fan 21 Fan 21/23 Fan 21/23 Fan 21/23 Fan 21/23
Speed 2 UC X3
Fan Output 1 UC DO7 Fan 22 Fan 22
Circuit 2

Fan Output 2 UC DO8 Fan 22 Fan 22 Fan 22 Fan 22 Fan 24 Fan 24


Fan Output 3 UC DO9 Fan 23 Fan 25 Fan 25
Fan Output 4 UC DO10 Fan 24 Fan 24 Fan 26 Fan 26
Fan Output 5 EEXV2 DO1 Fan 25 Fan 27

Table 46: AGZ-E Models with 2 VFDs per Circuit


Physical Number of Fans
Output Descr.
Output 6 8 10 12 14
Speed 1 UC X5 Fan 11 Fan 11/13 Fan 11/13 Fan 11/13 Fan 11/13
Speed 2 UC X2 Fan 12/13 Fan 12/14 Fan 12/14 Fan 12/14/15/16 Fan 12/14/15/16
Fan Output 1 UC DO3
Circuit 1

Fan Output 2 UC DO4


Fan Output 3 UC DO5
Fan Output 4 UC DO6
Fan Output 5 EEXV1 DO1 Fan 15 Fan 17
Speed 1 UC X6 Fan 21 Fan 21/23 Fan 21/23 Fan 21/23 Fan 21/23
Speed 2 UC X3 Fan 22/23 Fan 22/24 Fan 22/24 Fan 22/24/25/26 Fan 22/24/25/26
Fan Output 1 UC DO7
Circuit 2

Fan Output 2 UC DO8


Fan Output 3 UC DO9
Fan Output 4 UC DO10
Fan Output 5 EEXV2 DO1 Fan 25 Fan 27

RapidRestore
This module will be used only when the unit is equipped with
the RapidRestore option.

Table 47: Digital Inputs


Description Signal Off Signal On
RapidRestore Disable Allow RapidRestore
DI1
Enable RapidRestore Enabling
Backup Chiller Not Backup
DI2 Backup Chiller
Designation Chiller

Sensor Information
Pressure
Pressure inputs will be read using 0 to 5 volt ratiometric
sensors. Nominal voltage range will be 0.5 to 4.5 volts.

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Set Points
Set points are initially set to the values in the Default column, not be needed and therefore not be visible.
and can be adjusted to any value in the Range column. Set Basic unit configuration set points will require the unit to be
points are stored in permanent memory. If an option is not off in order to make a change and then require rebooting the
available on a specific model size, the respective set point will controller in order to apply a change.
Table 48: Unit Level Set Point Defaults and Ranges
Description Default Range
Basic Unit Configuration
Unit Model AGZ000 Based on Unit Model Configuration
Condenser Type Not Set Not Set Tube and Fin, Microchannel
Expansion Valve Type Not Set Not Set., Thermal, Electronic
Condenser Fan VFD Configuration None None, 1/cir, 2/cir
Power Connection Configuration Single Point Single Point, Multi Point
Heat Recovery Control Type None None, Valve, VFD Pump
Mode/Enabling
Unit Enable Enable Disable, Enable
Control source Local Local, Network
Available Modes Cool Cool, Cool w/Glycol, Cool/Ice w/Glycol, Ice, Test
Staging and Capacity Control
Cool LWT 1 7C (44.6F) See Dynamic Set Point Ranges
Cool LWT 2 7C (44.6F) See Dynamic Set Point Ranges
Ice LWT 4.4C (39.9F) -9.5 to 4.4 C (14.9 to 39.9 F)
Startup Delta T 5.6C (10.1F) 0.6 to 8.3 C (1.1 to 14.9 F)
Shut Down Delta T 0.3C (0.5F) 0.3 to 1.7 C (0.5 to 3.1 F)
Stage Up Delay 240 sec 120 to 480 sec
Stage Down Delay 30 sec 20 to 60 sec
Stage Delay Clear No No, Yes
Max Pulldown Rate 0.6C/min (1.1F/min) 0.1 to 2.7C/min (0.2 to 4.9F/min)
Full Capacity Evap Delta T 8.9 C (16F) 3.3 to 8.9 C (5.9 to 16 F)
Variable Evaporator Flow No No, Yes
Ice TimCycle Delay 12 1-23 hours
Clear Ice Timer No No,Yes
RapidRestore Disable Disable, Enable
Rapid Restore Max Power Off 15 seconds 15 ro 180 seconds
Evaporator Pump Control
Evap Pump Control Configuration #1 Only #1 Only, #2 Only, Auto, #1 Primary, #2 Primary
Evap Recirc Timer 90 15 to 300 seconds
Evap Pump 1 Run Hours 0 0 to 999999 hours
Evap Pump 2 Run Hours 0 0 to 999999 hours
Power Conservation and Limits
LWT Reset Enable Disable Disable, Enable
Demand Limit Enable Disable Disable, Enable
High IPLV Mode Disable Disable, Enable
IPLV Condensing Target 23.89C (75F) 21.11 to 32.22C (70 to 90F)
Sound Reduction Mode
Sound Reduction Enable Disable Disable, Enable
Sound Reduction Priority Capacity Sound, Capacity
Sound Reduction Fan Speed Limit 50% 50%, 60%, 70%, 80%, 90%
Monday Start Time 22:00 00:00 to 23:00
Monday Duration 12 hrs 0 to 24 hrs
Tuesday Start Time 22:00 00:00 to 23:00
Tuesday Duration 12 hrs 0 to 24 hrs
Wednesday Start Time 22:00 00:00 to 23:00
Wednesday Duration 12 hrs 0 to 24 hrs
Thursday Start Time 22:00 00:00 to 23:00
Thursday Duration 12 hrs 0 to 24 hrs
Friday Start Time 22:00 00:00 to 23:00
Friday Duration 12 hrs 0 to 24 hrs
Saturday Start Time 22:00 00:00 to 23:00

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Table 49: Unit Level Set Point Defaults and Ranges (continued)
Saturday Duration 12 hrs 0 to 24 hrs
Sunday Start Time 22:00 00:00 to 23:00
Sunday Duration 12 hrs 0 to 24 hrs
Heat Recovery Mode
Heat Recovery Control Offset 2.78C(5F) 1.11 to 8.33 C (2 to 15 F)
Heat Recovery Priority Heat Heat, Efficiency
Heat Recovery Min Valve Position 30.0% 10.0 to 40.0 %
Heat Recovery Min Pump VFD Speed 5.0% 5.0 to 25.0 %
Heat Recovery Recirculation Time 2 minutes 1 to 7 minutes
Heat Recovery Retry Delay 5 minutes 3 to 30 minutes
Heat Recovery Control Mode Auto Auto, Manual
Heat Recovery Manual Valve Position 0.0 to 100.0%
Heat Recovery Manual Pump Speed 0.0 to 100.0%
Heat Recovery PID Kp Value 2.0 0.0 to 1000
Heat Recovery PID Ti Value 10.0 0.0 to 1000
Heat Recovery PID Td Value 0.0 0.0 to 1000
Unit Sensor Offsets
Evap LWT Sensor Offset 0C (0F) -5.0 to 5.0 C (-9.0 to 9.0 F)
Evap EWT Sensor Offset 0C (0F) -5.0 to 5.0 C (-9.0 to 9.0 F)
Heat Recovery LWT sensor offset 0C (0F) -5.0 to 5.0 C (-9.0 to 9.0 F)
Heat Recovery EWT sensor offset 0C (0F) -5.0 to 5.0 C (-9.0 to 9.0 F)
OAT Sensor Offset 0C (0F) -5.0 to 5.0 C (-9.0 to 9.0 F)
Circuit Configuration Timers (applies to both circuits)
Compressor Start to Start Time Delay 15 min 10-60 minutes
Compressor Stop to Start Time Delay 5 min 3-20 minutes
Clear Cycle Timers No No, yes
Alarm and Limit Settings - Units
Evaporator Water Freeze 2.2C (36F) See Dynamic Set Point Ranges
Evaporator Flow Proof 5 sec 5 to 15 sec
Evaporator Recirculate Timeout 3 min 1 to 10 min
External Fault Configuration Event Event, Alarm
Low Ambient Lockout 1.7C (35.1F) See Dynamic Set Point Ranges
Low Ambient Lockout BAS Alert Off Off, On
Alarm and Limit Settings - Circuits
Low Evap Pressure Unload 689.5 KPA (100 PSI) See Dynamic Set Point Ranges
Low Evap Pressure Hold 696.4 KPA (101 PSI) See Dynamic Set Point Ranges
High Condenser Pressure 4240 KPA (615 PSI) 3310 to 4275 KPA (480 to 620 PSI)
High Condenser Pressure Unload 4137 KPA (600 PSI) 3241 to 4137 KPA (470 to 600 PSI)
Low OAT Start Time 165 sec 150 to 240 sec
BAS Control Inputs
Network Unit Enable Disable Disable, Enable
Network Mode Command Cool Cool, Ice
Network Cool Set Point 7C (44.6F) See Dynamic Set Point Ranges
Network Ice Set Point 4.4C (39.9F) -9.5 to 4.4 C (14.9 to 39.9 F)
Network Capacity Limit 100% 0 to 100%
Network Alarm Clear Command Normal Normal, Clear Alarm

Dynamic Set Point Ranges


The following settings have different ranges of adjustment based on other settings.
Table 50: Cool LWT 1 and Cool LWT2 Set Point Ranges
Available Mode Selection Unit Vintage Range
Without Glycol E vintage 4.4 to 18.34C (39.9 to 65F)
With Glycol E vintage -9.5 to 18.34C (14.9 to 65F)

Table 51: Evaporator Water Freeze


Available Mode Selection Range
Without Glycol 2.2 to 5.6C (36 to 42.1F)

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Available Mode Selection Range


With Glycol -10.8 to 5.6C (12.6 to 42.1F)

Table 52: Low Ambient Lockout


Fan VFD Range
Disable 0 to 15.6C (32 to 60.1F)
Enable -23.3 to 15.6C (-9.9 to 60.1F)

Table 53: Low Evaporator Pressure


Available Mode Selection Range
Hold - Without Glycol 669 to 793 KPA (97 to 115 PSI)
Hold - With Glycol 317 to 793 KPA (46 to 115 PSI)
Unhold - Without Glycol 669 to 793 KPA (97 to 115 PSI)
Unhold - With Glycol 317 to 793 KPA (46 to 115 PSI)

Table 54: Design Conditions


Description Default Range
Design Evaporator EWT 0C (32F) -9.5C to 28.34C (14.9F to 83F)
Design Evaporator LWT 0C (32F) -9.5C to 18.34C (14.9F to 65F)
Design Evaporator Water Flow 0 lph (0 gpm) 0 to 908399 lph (0 to 4000 gpm)
Design Evaporator Approach Circuit 1/2 0C (0F) 0C to 10C (0F to 18F)
Design Ambient Temperature 0C (32F) -28.89C to 51.67C (-20F to 125F)
Design Condenser Approach Circuit 1/2 0C (0F) 0C to 40C (0F to 72F)
Design Full Load Efficiency 0% 0 to 100%
Design IPLV 0 0 to 100
Design Rated Capacity 0 tons 0 to 1000 tons

Table 55: Administration and Service Support


Description Default Range
Unit G.O. Number Enter Data Alphanumeric string of up to 16 characters
Unit Serial Number Enter Data Alphanumeric string of up to 20 characters
Next Maintenance Month January January through December
Next Maintenance Year 2009 2009 - 2100
Service Support Reference 999-999-9999 Any 10 digit phone number
Controller Time From Controller Timeclock 00:00:00 to 23:59:59
Controller Date From Controller Timeclock 1/1/2000 to 12/31/2050
UTC Difference -60 minutes -3276 to 32767 minutes
Daylight Savings Time Enable Yes No, Yes
Daylight Savings Time Start Month March January through December
Daylight Savings Time Start Week 2nd Week 1st through 5th Week
Daylight Savings Time End Month November January through December
Daylight Savings Time End Week 1st Week 1st through 5th Week
Operator Password Disable Off Off, On
Apply Changes No No, Yes
Active Alarm Clear Off Off, On
Alarm Log Clear No No, Yes
Power Restore Event Log - Day Selection Current Current, 2nd Day, 3rd Day, 4th Day, 5th Day, 6th Day, 7th Day
Display Units English English, Metric

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Table 56: Unit Test Mode Set Points


Description Default Range
Test Unit Alarm Output Off Off, On
Test Evaporator Pump Output 1 Off Off, On
Test Evaporator Pump Output 2 Off Off, On
Test Heat Recovery Pump Output Off Off, On
Test Heat Recovery Position/Speed 0.0% 0.0 to 100.0%
Output
NOTE: Unit test mode set points can be changed only when the unit mode is in Test. When the unit mode is no longer Test, all
unit test mode set points will be changed back to the off values.

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Table 57: Commincation Configuration


Description Default Range
Controller IP DHCP On Off, On
Controller IP Network Address 192.168.001.042 000.000.000.000 to 255.255.255.255
Controller IP Network Mask 255.255.255.000 000.000.000.000 to 255.255.255.255
Controller IP Network Gateway 192.168.001.001 000.000.000.000 to 255.255.255.255
Lon Module Maximum Send Time 0 seconds 0 to 6553.4 seconds
Lon Module Minimum Send Time 0 seconds 0 to 6553.4 seconds
Lon Module Receive Heartbeat 0 seconds 0 to 6553.4 seconds
BACnet Module Name Alphanumeric string up to 15 characters long
BACnet Module Dev Instance 0 0 to 4194302
BACnet Module Unit Support English Metric, English
BACnet Module NC Dev 1 0 0 to 42949672
BACnet Module NC Dev 2 0 0 to 42949672
BACnet Module Reset Out of Service Done Done, False, True
BACnet IP Module UDP Port 0 0 to 65535
BACnet IP Module DHCP Off Off, On
BACnet IP Module Network Address 000.000.000.000 to 999.999.999.999
BACnet IP Module Network Mask 000.000.000.000 to 999.999.999.999
BACnet IP Module Network Gateway 000.000.000.000 to 999.999.999.999
BACnet MSTP Module Address 0 0 to 127
BACnet MSTP Module Baud Rate 38400 9600, 19200, 38400, 76800
BACnet MSTP Module Max Master 0 0 to 127
BACnet MSTP Module Max Info Frm 0 0 to 255
Modbus Module Address 1 1 to 247
Modbus Module Baud Rate 19200 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400
Modbus Module Parity Even Even, Odd, None
Modbus Module Two Stop Bits No No, Yes
Modbus Module Response Delay 0 milliseconds 0 to 30000 milliseconds
Modbus Module Comm LED Time Out 0 seconds 0 to 3600 seconds
AWM DHCP Off Off, On
AWM Network Address 000.000.000.000 to 999.999.999.999
AWM Network Mask 000.000.000.000 to 999.999.999.999
AWM Network Gateway 000.000.000.000 to 999.999.999.999

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Circuit Level Set Points


The settings in this section all exist for each individual circuit.

Table 58: Set Points for Individual Circuits

Description Default Range


Mode/Enabling
Circuit mode Enable Disable, Enable, Test
Compressor 1 Enable Auto Auto, Off
Compressor 2 Enable Auto Auto, Off
Compressor 3 Enable Auto Auto, Off
EXV Settings
EXV control Auto Auto, manual
EXV position See Special Setpoints 0% to 100%
Suction SH Target @50% (3) 4.44C (8F) 4.44 to 6.12 C (8 to 11 F)
Suction SH Target @100% (3) 5.56C (10F) 4.44 to 6.67 C (8 to 12 F)
Suction SH Target @33% (4) See Special Setpoints 4.44 to 6.12 C (8 to 11 F)
Suction SH Target @66/100% (4) 5.56C (10F) 4.44 to 6.67 C (8 to 12 F)
Max Evap Pressure 1075.6 KPA(156 PSI) 979 to 1172 KPA (142 to 170 PSI)
Condenser Control
Condenser Target 100% See Dynamic Set Point Ranges See Dynamic Set Point Ranges
Condenser Target 67% (2) See Dynamic Set Point Ranges See Dynamic Set Point Ranges
Condenser Target 50% (1) See Dynamic Set Point Ranges See Dynamic Set Point Ranges
Condenser Target 50%, Unit 75% (1) See Dynamic Set Point Ranges See Dynamic Set Point Ranges
Condenser Target 50%, Unit 50% (1) See Dynamic Set Point Ranges See Dynamic Set Point Ranges
Condenser Target 50%, Unit 25% (1) See Dynamic Set Point Ranges See Dynamic Set Point Ranges
Condenser Target 33% (2) See Dynamic Set Point Ranges See Dynamic Set Point Ranges
Heat Recovery Cond Target 100% 40.56C (105F) 32.22 to 46.12C (90 to 115F)
Heat Recovery Cond Target 67% 37.78C (100F) 32.22 to 46.12C (90 to 115F)
Heat Recovery Cond Target 50% 40.56C (105F) 32.22 to 43.34C (90 to 110F)
Heat Recovery Cond Target 33% 37.78C (100F) 32.22 to 40.56C (90 to 105F)
VFD Max Speed 100% 90 to 110%
VFD Min Speed 25% 25 to 60%
Fan Stage Up Deadband 1 See Dynamic Set Point Ranges See Dynamic Set Point Ranges
Fan Stage Up Deadband 2 See Dynamic Set Point Ranges See Dynamic Set Point Ranges
Fan Stage Up Deadband 3 See Dynamic Set Point Ranges See Dynamic Set Point Ranges
Fan Stage Up Deadband 4 See Dynamic Set Point Ranges See Dynamic Set Point Ranges
Fan Stage Down Deadband 1 See Dynamic Set Point Ranges See Dynamic Set Point Ranges
Fan Stage Down Deadband 2 See Dynamic Set Point Ranges See Dynamic Set Point Ranges
Fan Stage Down Deadband 3 See Dynamic Set Point Ranges See Dynamic Set Point Ranges
Fan Stage Down Deadband 4 See Dynamic Set Point Ranges See Dynamic Set Point Ranges
Sensor Offsets
Evap Pressure Offset 0 KPA (0 PSI) -100 to 100 KPA (-14.5 to 14.5 PSI)
Cond Pressure Offset 0 KPA (0 PSI) -100 to 100 KPA (-14.5 to 14.5 PSI)
Suction Temp Offset 0C (0F) -5.0 to 5.0 C (-9.0 to 9.0 F)
BAS Control Inputs
Network Compressor 1 Enable Enable Enable, Disable
Network Compressor 2 Enable Enable Enable, Disable
Network Compressor 3 Enable Enable Enable, Disable
NOTE: 1. Condenser Target 50% will be available only when the unit has 4 compressors.
2. Condenser Targets 33% and 67% will be available only when the unit has 6 compressors.
3. Suction SH Targets 50% and 100% will be available only when the unit has 4 compressors.

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4. Suction SH Targets 33% and 66/100% will be available only when the unit has 6 compressors.

1 - Models 30 to 70
Dynamic Set Point Ranges and Defaults
2 - Models 75 to 240 with no fan VFDs or one VFD per circuit
Some settings have different ranges of adjustment based
3 - Models from 75 to 161 with 2 fan VFDs per circuit
on other parameters and unit configuration. The condenser
settings that follow are applicable to four configuration groups: 4 - Models 170 to 240 with 2 fan VFDs per circuit

Table 59: Configuration Group 1


Description Default Range
Condenser Target - 100% Circuit Capacity 37.78C (100F) 37.78 to 46.11C (100 to 115F)
Condenser Target - 67% Circuit Capacity 32.22C (90F) 32.22 to 46.11C (90 to 115F)
Condenser Target - 50% Circuit Capacity 32.22C (90F) 32.22 to 46.11C (90 to 115F)
Condenser Target - 33% Circuit Capacity 32.22C (90F) 32.22 to 40.56C (90 to 105F)
Fan Stage Up Deadband 1 11.11C (20F) 11.11 to 13.89C (20 to 25F)
Fan Stage Up Deadband 2 8.33C (15F) 8.33 to 11.11C (15 to 20F)
Fan Stage Up Deadband 3 5.56C (10F) 5.56 to 8.33C (10 to 15F)
Fan Stage Up Deadband 4 5.56C (10F) 5.56 to 8.33C (10 to 15F)
Fan Stage Down Deadband 4 5.56C (10F) 3.33 to 5.56C (6 to 10F)
Fan Stage Down Deadband 3 5.56C (10F) 3.33 to 5.56C (6 to 10F)
Fan Stage Down Deadband 2 5.56C (10F) 5.56 to 8.33C (10 to 15F)
Fan Stage Down Deadband 1 11.11C (20F) 8.33 to 11.11C (15 to 20F)

Table 60: Configuration Group 2


Description Default Range
Condenser Target - 100% Circuit Capacity 37.78C (100F) 37.78 to 46.11C (100 to 115F)
Condenser Target - 67% Circuit Capacity 32.22C (90F) 32.22 to 43.33C (90 to 110F)
Condenser Target - 50% Circuit Capacity 29.44C (85F) 29.44 to 32.22C (85 to 90F)
Condenser Target - 33% Circuit Capacity 29.44C (85F) 29.44 to 40.56C (85 to 105F)
Fan Stage Up Deadband 1 11.11C (20F) 11.11 to 13.89C (20 to 25F)
Fan Stage Up Deadband 2 8.33C (15F) 8.33 to 11.11C (15 to 20F)
Fan Stage Up Deadband 3 5.56C (10F) 5.56 to 8.33C (10 to 15F)
Fan Stage Up Deadband 4 5.56C (10F) 5.56 to 8.33C (10 to 15F)
Fan Stage Down Deadband 4 5.56C (10F) 3.33 to 5.56C (6 to 10F)
Fan Stage Down Deadband 3 5.56C (10F) 3.33 to 5.56C (6 to 10F)
Fan Stage Down Deadband 2 8.33C (15F) 8.33 to 11.11C (15 to 20F)
Fan Stage Down Deadband 1 8.33C (15F) 8.33 to 11.11C (15 to 20F)

Table 61: Configuration Group 3


Description Default Range
Condenser Target - 100% Circuit Capacity 40.56C (105F) 40.56 to 46.11C (105 to 115F)
Condenser Target - 50% Circuit Capacity, 75% Unit Capacity 40.56C (105F) 37.78 to 43.33C (100 to 110F)
Condenser Target - 50% Circuit Capacity, 50% Unit Capacity 32.22C (90F) 31.11 to 36.67C (88 to 98F)
Condenser Target - 50% Circuit Capacity, 25% Unit Capacity 26.67C (80F) 23.89 to 29.44C (75 to 85F)
Fan Stage Up Deadband 1 5.56C (10F) 2.78 to 8.33C (5 to 15F)
Fan Stage Up Deadband 2 2.78C (5F) 2.78 to 5.56C (5 to 10F)
Fan Stage Down Deadband 3 2.78C (5F) 2.78 to 5.56C (5 to 10F)
Fan Stage Down Deadband 2 2.78C (5F) 2.78 to 5.56C (5 to 10F)
Fan Stage Down Deadband 1 5.56C (10F) 5.56 to 8.33C (10 to 15F)

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Table 62: Configuration Group 4


Description Default Range
Condenser Target - 100% Circuit Capacity 37.78C(100 F) 35 to 46.11C (95 to 115F)
Condenser Target - 67% Circuit Capacity 37.78C(100 F) 35 to 40.56C (95 to 105F)
Condenser Target - 33% Circuit Capacity 26.67C (80F) 23.89 to 29.44C (75 to 85F)
Fan Stage Up Deadband 1 5.56C (10F) 2.78 to 8.33C (5 to 15F)
Fan Stage Up Deadband 2 2.78C (5F) 2.78 to 5.56C (5 to 10F)
Fan Stage Up Deadband 3 2.78C (5F) 2.78 to 5.56C (5 to 10F)
Fan Stage Down Deadband 4 2.78C (5F) 2.78 to 5.56C (5 to 10F)
Fan Stage Down Deadband 3 2.78C (5F) 2.78 to 5.56C (5 to 10F)
Fan Stage Down Deadband 2 2.78C (5F) 2.78 to 5.56C (5 to 10F)
Fan Stage Down Deadband 1 2.78C (5F) 2.78 to 5.56C (5 to 10F)

Special Set Point Operation


EXV settings are only visible if the unit is configured with
electronic expansion valves. The EXV position set point is not
changeable unless the unit switch is off.
EXV Position set point on each circuit follows the actual EXV
position while EXV Control = Auto. When EXV Control =
Manual, the position set point will be changeable.

Table 63: Suction Superheat Target 33%


Unit Model Default
Models 75 to 180 4.44C (8F)
190E, 191E, 210E, 211E, 5.56C (10F)
225E, 226E, 240E, 241E

Security
All set points are protected using passwords. A four-digit
password provides operator access to changeable parameters.
Service level passwords are reserved for authorized service
personnel. See Passwords on page 103 for various levels of
access.

Entering Passwords
Passwords are entered on the first screen on the unit
controller.
If the wrong password is entered, a message will temporarily
appear stating this. If no valid password is active the active
password level displays none.

Editing Setpoints
After a valid password has been entered at the unit controller,
set points may be changed. If the operator attempts to edit a
set point for which the necessary password level is not active,
no action will be taken.
Once a password has been entered, it remains valid for 10
minutes after the last key-press on the unit controller.

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Figure 63: Unit Sequence of Operation - Cool Mode

Unit power up

Unit in Off state


The chiller may be disabled via the unit switch, the remote switch, the keypad
enable setting, or the BAS network. In addition, the chiller will be disabled if all
No circuits are disabled, or if there is a unit alarm. If the chiller is disabled, the unit
status display will reflect this and also show why it is disabled.

Is unit enabled? If the unit switch is off, the unit status will be Off:Unit Switch. If the chiller is
Yes disabled due to network command, the unit status will be Off:BAS Disable. When
the remote switch is open, the unit status will be Off:Remote Switch. When a unit
alarm is active, the unit status will be Off:Unit Alarm. In cases where no circuits
Yes are enabled, the unit status will be Off:All Cir Disabled. If the unit is disabled via
the Chiller Enable set point, the unit status will be Off:Keypad Disable.

Low ambient lockout will prevent the chiller from starting even if it is otherwise
Is low ambient lockout
enabled. When this lockout is disabling the chiller, the unit status will be Off:Low
active?
OAT Lock.

No

If the chiller is enabled, then the unit will be in the Auto state and the evaporator
Evaporator pump output on
water pump output will be activated.

No

The chiller will then wait for the flow switch to close, during which time the unit
Is flow present? status will be Auto:Wait for flow.

Yes

After establishing flow, the chiller will wait some time to allow the chilled water
Wait for chilled water loop to
recirculate loop to recirculate for an accurate reading of the leaving water temperature.
The unit status during this time is Auto:Evap Recirculate.

Pump output remains on


while chiller is enabled

Yes

Is Motor Protection If the chiller is waiting on the motor protection delay after powering up, the unit
delay active? status will be Off: Motor Protection Delay.

No

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Figure 64: Unit Sequence of Operation - Cool Mode (continue)

Keep pump output on while


chiller is enabled and either
running or ready to run.

No
The chiller is now ready to start if enough load is present. If the LWT is not higher
than the start up temperature, the unit status will be Auto:Wait for load.
Is there enough load to
start chiller?
If the LWT is higher than the start up temperature, the unit status will become
Auto. A circuit can start at this time.

Yes

The first circuit to start is generally the available circuit with the least number of
Start first circuit.
starts. This circuit will go through its start sequence at this point.

Maintain unit capacity.

No

Additional capacity The unit capacity can be increased if the LWT is above the stage up temperature.
needed to satisfy load?
No

Yes No

Has the stage up time


delay expired?
A minimum time must pass between the starting of circuits.

Yes
If the second circuit is not running, it will be started now. The unit will try to keep
the load balanced between circuits as the unit capacity is increased.
Increase unit capacity.
If both circuits are running, then additional compressors will start based on the
sequencing logic.

Unit at full capacity?

Yes

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Figure 65: Unit Sequence of Operation - Cool Mode (continued)

Yes

Maintain unit capacity.

No

Can less circuits handle


The unit capacitycan be decreasedif the LWTis below the stage down
the load? temperature.
No

Yes

Has the stage down


A minimum time must pass between decreases in unit capacity.
time delay expired?

Yes

Decrease unit capacity Compressors will shut off as needed in the order determined by sequencing logic.

Is unit running at
minimum capacity?

Yes

Maintain unit capacity

No

When only one compressor is running, the load may drop off to the point where even
Is load satisfied? minimum unit capacity is too much. The load has been satisfied when the LWT
drops below the shutdown temperature. At this time the only running circuit can
shut down.

Yes

Shut down last circuit. The last circuit running now shuts down.

When last circuit has completed pumpdown, the unit will go back to waiting for
All circuits off.
enough load to start.

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Figure 66: Unit Sequence of Operation - Ice Mode

Unit power up

Unit in Off state


The chiller may be disabled via the unit switch, the remote switch, the keypad
enable setting, or the BAS network. In addition, the chiller will be disabled if all
No circuits are disabled, or if there is a unit alarm. If the chiller is disabled, the unit
status display will reflect this and also show why it is disabled.

Is unit enabled? If the unit switch is off, the unit status will be Off:Unit Switch. If the chiller is
Yes disabled due to network command, the unit status will be Off:BAS Disable. When
the remote switch is open, the unit status will be Off:Remote Switch. When a unit
alarm is active, the unit status will be Off:Unit Alarm. In cases where no circuits
Yes are enabled, the unit status will be Off:All Cir Disabled. If the unit is disabled via
the Chiller Enable set point, the unit status will be Off:Keypad Disable.
No

Low ambient lockout will prevent the chiller from starting even if it is otherwise
Is low ambient lockout enabled. When this lockout is disabling the chiller, the unit status will be Off:Low
active?
OAT Lock.

No

Is Ice Mode Start Delay A delay is required between Ice cycles.


expired?

Yes

If the chiller is enabled, then the unit will be in the Auto state and the evaporator
Evaporator pump output on
water pump output will be activated.

No

The chiller will then wait for the flow switch to close, during which time the unit
Is flow present? status will be Auto:Wait for flow.

Yes

After establishing flow, the chiller will wait some time to allow the chilled water loop
Wait for chilled water loop to
recirculate. to recirculate for an accurate reading of the leaving water temperature. The unit
status during this time is Auto:Evap Recirc.

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Figure 67: Unit Sequence of Operation - Ice Mode (continued)

Pump output remains on


while chiller is enabled.

Yes

Is Motor Protection If the chiller is waiting on the motor protection delay after powering up, the unit
delay active? status will be Off:Motor Protection Delay.

No

Keep pump output on while


chiller is enabled and either
running or ready to run.

No

The chiller is now ready to start if enough load is present. If the LWT is not higher
than the startup temperature, the unit status will be Auto:Wait for load.
Is fluid temp high
enough to start?
If the LWT is higher than the startup temperature, the unit status will be Auto.
A circuit can start at this time.

Yes

Start first circuit.

The first circuit to start is generally the circuit which contains the compressor with
the least number of starts. This circuit will go through its start sequence at this
Maintain unit capacity. point.

No

Has the stage up time A minimum time must pass between the starting of circuits.
delay expired?

No

Yes

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Figure 68: Unit Sequence of Operation - Ice Mode (continued)

No
Yes
If the second circuit is not running, it will be started now. The unit will try to keep
the load balanced between circuits as the unit capacity is increased.
Increase unit capacity.
If both circuits are running, then additional compressors will start based on the
sequencing logic.

Unit at full capacity?

Yes

Maintain unit capacity.

No

Is the ice cycle


Ice building is complete when LWT is less than the Active Setpoint.
complete?

Yes

Begin normal shut down of


All circuits begin the shut down sequence simultaneously.
all circuits.

When all circuits have completed shutdown, the unit will remain in the off state until
All circuits off.
the start conditions are satisfied again.

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Figure 69: Circuit Sequence of Operation

Unit power up

When the circuit is in the Off state the EXV is in the closed position, compressors are
Circuit is in Off state off, solenoid valves are closed, and all condenser fans are off.

No
The circuit must be enabled before it can run. It might be disabled for several
reasons. When the circuit switch is off, the status will be Off:Circuit Switch.
Is circuit is enabled to If the circuit has an active stop alarm then the status will be Off:Alarm. If the circuit
start?
has been disabled via the circuit mode set point, the status will be Off:Keypad
Yes
Disable. If all compressors are disabled via the settings, the circuit status will be
Off:All Comp Disable.
Yes

A minimum time must pass between the previous start and stop of a compressor
and the next start. If this time has not passed, a cycle timer will be active. If all
Are all compressor cycle
timers active? compressors on the circuit have active cycle timers the circuit status will be
Off:Cycle Timers.

No

Circuit is ready to start If the circuit is ready to start when needed, the circuit status will be
Off:Ready.

No

Capacity control logic at the unit level will determine when a circuit needs to start
Is circuit commanded to
start? and issue a start command to the next circuit to start based on sequencing rules.

Yes

Yes

No Before the first compressor on a circuit can start, the EXV performs a brief preopen.
Preopen EXV
The circuit status during this time will be Preopen.

The first compressor will be started and the fans, solenoid valves, and other
Run circuit
devices will be controlled as needed. The normal circuit status at this time will be
Run:Normal. Additional compressors will be started as needed per the unit level
capacity control.
No

Is last compressor Capacity control logic at the unit level will determine when a compressor needs to
commanded to shut down and issue a stop command to the next compressor to stop based on
shut down? sequencing rules. If this compressor is the last one on the circuit, the circuit will
need to shut down.

Yes

When the circuit needs to shut down, a pumpdown of the circuit will NOT be
Is condenser type performed if the condenser coil is Microchannel type. When the circuit needs to
tube and fin? shut down and the condenser is Microchannel type, everything will turn off on the
circuit at approximately the same time.

Yes

When the circuit needs to shut down, a pumpdown of the circuit will be performed
Pumpdown circuit if the condenser coil is tube and fin type. The circuit status during this time will be
Run:Pumpdown.

No

Pumpdown is complete when the evaporator pressure drops to a certain point or


Is pumpdown
complete?
the circuit has been pumping down for longer than the pumpdown time limit.

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The calculations in this section are used in unit level control means the flow that is needed for a 5.56C (10F) delta T at full
logic or in control logic across all circuits. unit capacity.

Evaporator Delta T Table 64: Minimum Flows and Corresponding Maximum


The evaporator water delta T is calculated as entering water Effective Full Capacity Delta T with Variable Flow
temperature minus leaving water temperature. Number of Unit Minimum Flow Max Effective Full
Compressors Capacity (nominal %) Capacity DT
LWT Slope 100% 62.5% 8.9 C (16 F)
LWT slope is calculated such that the slope represents the 75% 55% 10.1 C (18.2 F)
estimated change in LWT over a time frame of one minute. 4
50% 47.5% 11.7 C (21.1 F)

Pulldown Rate 25% 40% 13.9 C (25 F)


100% 62.5% 8.9 C (16 F)
The slope value calculated above will be a negative value
as the water temperature is dropping. A pulldown rate is 83.3% 58% 9.59 C (17.3 F)
calculated by inverting the slope value and limiting to a 66.7% 53.5% 10.39 C (18.7 F)
minimum value of 0C/min. 6
50% 49% 11.35 C (20.4 F)
33.3% 44.5% 12.49 C (22.5 F)
LWT Error
16.7% 40% 13.9 C (25 F)
LWT error is calculated as LWT LWT target.
For variable evaporator flow, the Control Band is calculated as
follows:
Unit Capacity
1. Effective Full Capacity Delta T = (Full Capacity Evap
For applying unit capacity limits, an estimate of total unit
Delta T* 100) /Unit Capacity
capacity is needed. Unit capacity will be based on the
estimated circuit capacities. 2. If above value is more than the Max Effective
Full Capacity dT listed in the table above for the
The unit capacity is the number of compressors running (on
corresponding unit capacity, it is set equal to the value in
circuits that are not pumping down) divided by the number of
the table.
compressors on the unit.
3. Effective Full Capacity Delta T with the limit applied is
Control Band then multiplied by 0.35 for units with four compressors
and by 0.25 for units with six compressors. This gives
The Control Band defines the band in which unit capacity will the total control band for the unit configuration and actual
not be increased or decreased. unit capacity.

Constant Evaporator Flow Staging Temperatures


If Variable Evaporator Flow set point is set to No, the control
If the unit is configured for use without glycol:
band is calculated as follows:
When the LWT target is more than half the Control Band above
Four compressor units: Control Band = Full Capacity
3.9C (39.0F)
Evap Delta T Set Point * 0.35
Six compressor units: Control Band = Full Capacity Evap Stage Up Temperature = LWT target + (Control Band/2)
Delta T Set Point * 0.25 Stage Down Temperature = LWT target (Control
Band/2)
Variable Evaporator Flow If the LWT target is less than half the Control Band above
When the unit set point for Variable Evaporator Flow is set 3.9C (39.0F)
to Yes, the control band increases as capacity decreases to Stage Down Temperature = LWT target (LWT target -
account for the decrease in flow. It is assumed that the flow 3.9C)
will vary to maintain the full capacity evaporator temperature
Stage Up temperature = LWT target + Control Band
delta at part load conditions. The control band is limited at each
(LWT target 3.9C)
capacity step to a maximum value that corresponds to the
minimum flow for that capacity step. If the unit is configured for use with glycol, the compressor
staging temperatures are calculated as shown below:
Since evaporator flow is represented by the set point Full
Capacity Evaporator Delta T, the calculations of the control Stage Up Temperature = LWT target + (Control Band/2)
band for variable flow applications are explained in terms of Stage Down Temperature = LWT target (Control
delta T also. The term Effective Full Capacity Delta T means Band/2)
the approximate temperature delta that would be observed with The Start up and Shutdown temperatures are referenced from
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the Control Band: Table 65: Unit Mode Settings


Start Up Temperature = Stage Up Temperature + Start Up Control Available
Delta set point BAS
Source Set Mode Input Modes Set Unit Mode
Request
Shutdown Temperature = Stage Down Temperature Point Point
Shutdown Delta set point Cool Cool
Cool w/
Cool
Glycol
Unit Enable Cool/Ice w/
Local Off Cool
Enabling and disabling the chiller is accomplished using set Glycol
points and inputs to the chiller. The unit switch, remote switch Cool/Ice w/
Local On Ice
input, and Unit Enable Set Point all are required to be on for Glycol
the unit to be enabled when the control source is set to local. Cool/Ice w/
The same is true if the control source is set to network, with Network Cool Cool
Glycol
the additional requirement that the building automation system Cool/Ice w/
(BAS) Enable set point must be on. The BAS should enable Network Ice Ice
Glycol
the chiller only when there is a demand for cooling. Ice w/Glycol Ice
Unit is enabled according to the following table: Test Test

Unit Control Remote Unit BAS Unit


Switch Source Switch Enable Enable Enable
Glycol Configuration
Set Input Set Set If the Available Modes Set Point is set to an option w/Glycol,
Point Point Point then glycol operation should be enabled for the unit. Glycol
Off Off operation should only be disabled when the Available Modes
Set Point is set to Cool.
Off Off
Off Off
On Local On On On Unit States
Network Off Off The unit will always be in one of three states:
On Network On On On On Off Unit is not enabled to run
Auto Unit is enabled to run

Unit Mode Selection Pumpdown Unit is doing a normal shutdown (tube and fin
condenser coils only). If a unit has microchannel coils, the
The operating mode of the unit is determined by setpoints and individual refrigerant circuits will never do a pumpdown. So
inputs to the chiller. The Available Modes Set Point determines if the conditions for the Auto to Pumpdown transition occur,
what modes of operation can be used. This set point also the unit state will transition from Auto to Pumpdown and
determines whether the unit is configured for glycol use. The then immediately to Off.
Control Source Set Point determines where a command
to change modes will come from. A digital input switches Transitions between these states are shown in the following
between cool mode and ice mode if they are available and diagram.
the control source is set to local. The BAS mode request
switches between cool mode and ice mode if they are both
available and the control source is set to network.
The Available Modes Set Point should only be changeable
when the unit switch is off. This is to avoid changing modes of
operation inadvertently while the chiller is running.
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T1 - Off to Auto the Low OAT Lockout set point is configurable if the chiller has
condenser fan VFDs. In that case, there are three options:
All of the following are required:
Lockout and Stop chiller will shut down and lockout
Unit Enable = On
Lockout only chiller does not shut down running circuits,
No Unit Alarm active
will lock out circuits that are off
A circuit is enabled to start
Disabled chiller does not shut down or lock out
If Unit Mode = Ice then Ice Delay not active
For chillers without condenser fan VFDs, there is no
Low Ambient Lockout is not active configuration and the chiller will always operate according to
Unit configuration settings are valid the first option shown above. Descriptions of the operation for
each option are in the following sections.
T2 - Auto to Pumpdown
Any of the following are required: Lockout and Stop Operation
Unit Enable = Off and Unit Switch is closed When the chiller is configured for lockout and stop, it will
Unit Mode = Ice AND LWT target is reached operate as described in this section.
Unit Pumpdown Alarm active If the OAT drops below the low ambient lockout set point and
Low Ambient Lockout is active the OAT sensor fault is not active, low ambient lockout is
triggered. The unit should go into the pumpdown state if any
T3 - Pumpdown to Off circuits are running. If no circuits are running the unit should go
into the off state. This condition should clear when OAT rises to
Any of the following are required:
the lockout set point plus 2.5C (4.5F).
Unit rapid stop alarm active
All circuits complete pumpdown Lockout Only Operation
Unit Switch open When the chiller is configured for lockout only, it will operate as
described in this section.
T4 - Auto to Off
If OAT drops below the low ambient lockout set point and
Any of the following are required: any circuits are running, then those circuits will be allowed
Unit rapid stop alarm active to remain running and the unit will not enter the low ambient
No circuit enabled and no compressors running lockout condition. Circuits that are not running will enter a
circuit level lockout condition when OAT drops below the
Unit Switch open
lockout set point. This condition will clear at the circuit level
when OAT rises to the lockout set point plus 2.5C (4.5F).
Motor Protection Module Power Up If the OAT is below the low ambient lockout set point, the OAT
sensor fault is not active, and neither circuit is running, low
Start Delay ambient lockout is triggered. The unit will go directly into the
After powering up the unit, the motor protection modules off state and will remain in the off state until the lockout has
may not be engaged for a period of time. Therefore, after cleared. This condition will clear when OAT rises to the lockout
the control is powered up, no compressor can start for 150 set point plus 2.5C (4.5F).
seconds. In addition, the motor protect inputs are ignored
during this time so as to avoid tripping a false alarm. Disabled Operation
When the chiller is configured to disable low ambient lockout, it
will operate as described in this section.
Ice Mode Start Delay
Regardless of the OAT, the unit will not enter the low ambient
An adjustable start to start ice delay timer will limit the lockout condition or shut down any running circuits.
frequency with which the chiller may start in Ice mode. The
timer starts when the first compressor starts while the unit is in
ice mode. While this timer is active, the chiller cannot restart in
BAS Annunciation
Ice mode. The time delay is adjustable via the Ice Time Delay Low Ambient Lockout is not an alarm, but it can be
set point. annunciated to the BAS as if it is one. When the Low OAT
Lockout BAS Alert set point is set to On and the low ambient
The ice delay timer may be manually cleared to force a restart
lockout is active, the following will occur:
in ice mode. A set point specifically for clearing the ice mode
delay is available. Chiller alarm status parameter will show alarm state
Active Problem Alarm Code will be set to 16642
(assuming no higher code is active)
Low Ambient Lockout Active Problem Alarm Index will be set to 65 (assuming
The operation of the chiller in response to OAT dropping below no higher index is active)

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Unit Status Evaporator Pump Control


The displayed unit status should be determined by the For control of the evaporator pumps, three evaporator pump
conditions in the following table: control states should be used:
# Status Conditions Off - No pump on.
1 Auto Unit State = Auto
Start Pump is on, water loop is being recirculated.
Unit State = Auto and Sound
2 Auto: Sound Reduction
Reduction is active Run Pump is on, water loop has been recirculated and
Unit State = Auto and MP start circuits can start if needed.
3 Off: Motor Prot Delay
up delay is active Transitions between these states are shown in the following
Unit State = Off, diagram.
4 Off: Ice Mode Timer Unit Mode = Ice, and
Ice Delay = Active
Unit State = Off and Low OAT
5 Off: Low OAT Lockout
Lockout is active
Unit State = Off and both circuits
6 Off: All Cir Disabled
unavailable
Unit State = Off and Unit Alarm
7 Off: Unit Alarm
active

3
Unit State = Off and Unit Enable
8 Off: Keypad Disable
Set Point = Disable
Unit State = Off and Remote
9 Off: Remote Switch
Switch is open
Unit State = Off, Control Source
10 Off: BAS Disable = Network, and BAS Enable = RUN START
false 5
Unit State = Off and Unit Switch
11 Off: Unit Switch
= Disable
Unit State = Off and Unit Mode
12 Off: Test Mode T1 Off to Start
= Test
Unit State = Auto, no circuits Requires any of the following
running, and LWT is less than Unit state = Auto
13 Auto: Wait for load
the active set point + startup Freeze protection started
delta

14 Auto: Evap Recirculate


Unit State = Auto and T2 Start to Run
Evaporator State = Start
Requires the following
Unit State = Auto, Evaporator
15 Auto: Wait for flow State = Start, and Flow Switch Flow ok for time longer than evaporator recirculate time
is open set point
16 Auto: Pumpdown Unit State = Pumpdown
Unit State = Auto, max pulldown
T3 Run to Off
17 Auto: Max Pulldown Rate
rate has been met or exceeded Requires all of the following
Unit State = Auto, unit capacity
18 Auto: Unit Cap Limit Unit state is Off
limit has been met or exceeded
Freeze protection not active
Unit State = Auto and high
19 Auto: High Amb Limit
ambient capacity limit is active
T4 Start to Off
Unit State = Auto and unit is
20 Auto:Rapid Restore performing Rapid Restore Requires all of the following
operation Unit state is Off
Condenser type setting is set to Freeze protection not active
21 Off:Cond Type Not Set
Not Set

22 Off:ExVlv Type Not Set


Expansion valve type setting is T5 Run to Start
set to Not Set
Flow switch input is low for longer than the flow proof set
23 Off:Invalid Config Unit model selected not valid
point.
A configuration change requiring
24 Cfg Chg, Rst Ctlr a reboot occurred but controller
has not been rebooted yet.

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Freeze Protection LWT Target


To protect the evaporator from freezing, the evaporator pump The LWT Target varies based on settings and inputs.
will start if all of the following are true:
The base LWT Target is selected as follows:
LWT equal to or less than the Evap Freeze set point for at
least three seconds Control Available
BAS Base LWT
Source Set Mode Input Modes Set
LWT sensor fault isnt active Point
Request
Point
Target
manual reset flow loss alarm is not active Cool Set
Local OFF - COOL
Freeze protection will end when any of the following are true: Point 1
[LWT is at least 1.11C (2F) above the Evap Freeze set Cool Set
Local ON - COOL
point OR LWT sensor fault is active] and pump has been Point 2
in run state for at least 15 minutes BAS Cool
Network - - COOL
Set Point
manual reset flow loss alarm is active
COOL w/ Cool Set
Local OFF -
Pump Selection Glycol Point 1
COOL w/ Cool Set
The pump output used will be determined by the Evap Local ON -
Glycol Point 2
Pump Control set point. This setting allows the following
COOL w/ BAS Cool
configurations: Network -
Glycol Set Point
#1 only Pump 1 will always be used COOL/ICE Cool Set
Local OFF -
#2 only Pump 2 will always be used w/Glycol Point 1
Auto The primary pump is the one with the least run COOL/ICE Ice Set
Local ON -
hours, the other is used as a backup w/Glycol Point

#1 Primary Pump 1 is used normally, with pump 2 as a COOL/ICE BAS Cool


Network - COOL
w/Glycol Set Point
ackup
COOL/ICE BAS Ice Set
#2 Primary Pump 2 is used normally, with pump 1 as a Network - ICE
w/Glycol Point
backup
ICE w/ Ice Set
Local - -
Primary/Standby Pump Staging Glycol Point
ICE w/ BAS Ice Set
The pump designated as primary will start first. If the Network - -
Glycol Point
evaporator state is start for a time greater than the recirculate
timeout set point and there is no flow, then the primary pump
will shut off and the standby pump will start. When the
Leaving Water Temperature (LWT) Reset
evaporator is in the run state, if flow is lost for more than half The base LWT target may be reset if the unit is in Cool mode
of the flow proof set point value, the primary pump will shut and LWT reset is enabled via the set point.
off and the standby pump will start. Once the standby pump The reset amount is adjusted based on the 4 to 20 mA reset
is started, the flow loss alarm logic will apply if flow cannot be input. Reset is 0 if the reset signal is less than or equal to
established in the evaporator start state, or if flow is lost in the 4 mA. Reset is 5.56C (10.0F) if the reset signal equals or
evaporator run state. exceeds 20 mA. The amount of reset will vary linearly between
these extremes if the reset signal is between 4 mA and 20 mA.
Auto Control When the reset amount increases, the Active LWT Target is
If auto pump control is selected, the primary/standby logic changed at a rate of 0.1C every 10 seconds. When the active
above is still used. When the evaporator is not in the run state, reset decreases, the Active LWT Target is changed all at once.
the run hours of the pumps will be compared. The pump with
After the reset is applied, the LWT target can never exceed a
the least hours will be designated as the primary at this time.
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Unit Capacity Control compressor on each circuit shall be left on until each circuit has
only one compressor running.
Unit capacity control will be performed as described in this
section. All unit capacity limits described in following sections Next To Start
must be applied as described.
If both circuits have an equal number of compressors running
or a circuit has no compressors available to start:
Compressor Staging in Cool Mode
the available compressor with the least starts will be next
The first compressor on the unit should be started when
to start
evaporator LWT is higher than the Startup Temperature.
if starts are equal, the one with the least run hours will be
Additional compressors can be started when Evaporator LWT next to start
is higher than the Stage Up Temperature and the Stage Up
if run hours are equal, the lowest numbered one will be
Delay is not active.
next to start
When multiple compressors are running, one should shut down If the circuits have an unequal number of compressors running,
if evaporator LWT is lower than the Stage Down Temperature the next compressor to start will be on the circuit with the least
and the Stage Down Delay is not active. compressors running if it has at least one compressor available
All running compressors should shut down when the to start. Within that circuit:
evaporator LWT is lower than the Shut Down Temperature. the available compressor with the least starts will be next
to start
Stage Up Delay
if starts are equal, the one with the least run hours will be
A minimum amount of time, defined by the Stage Up Delay set next to start
point, should pass between increases in the capacity stage. if run hours are equal, the lowest numbered one will be
This delay should only apply when at least one compressor next to start
is running. If the first compressor starts and quickly shuts off
for some reason, another compressor may start without this Next to Stop
minimum time passing.
If both circuits have an equal number of compressors running:
Stage Down Delay the running compressor with the most run hours will be
next to stop
A minimum amount of time, defined by the Stage Down Delay
set point, should pass between decreases in the capacity if run hours are equal, the one with the least starts will be
stage. This delay should not apply when the LWT drops below next to stop
the Shut Down Temperature (unit should immediately shut if starts are equal, the lowest numbered one will be next
down). to stop
If the circuits have an unequal number of compressors running,
Compressor Staging in Ice Mode the next compressor to stop will be on the circuit with the most
The first compressor on the unit should be started when compressors running. Within that circuit:
evaporator LWT is higher than the Startup Temperature. the running compressor with the most run hours will be
All compressors should be operationg except during startup next to stop
or shut down. Additional compressors should be started as if run hours are equal, the one with the least starts will be
quickly as possible with respect to the Stage Up Delay. next to stop
The unit should shut down when evaporator LWT is less than if starts are equal, the lowest numbered one will be next
the LWT target. to stop

Stage Up Delay
Unit Capacity Overrides
A fixed stage up delay of one minute between compressor
Unit capacity limits can be used to limit total unit capacity in
starts should be used in this mode.
Cool or Cool with Glycol modes only. Multiple limits may be
active at any time, and the lowest limit is always used in the
Staging Sequence unit capacity control.
This section defines which compressor is the next one to
start or stop. In general, compressors with fewer starts will Demand Limit
normally start first, and compressors with more run hours will
The maximum unit capacity can be limited by a 4 to 20 mA
normally stop first.
signal on the Demand Limit analog input. This function is
If possible circuits will be balanced in stage. If a circuit is only enabled if the Demand Limit set point is set to ON. The
unavailable for any reason, the other circuit shall be allowed maximum unit capacity stage is determined as shown in the
to stage all compressors on. When staging down, one following tables:

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Table 66: Stage Limits - Four Compressors Maximum LWT Pulldown Rate
Demand Limit Signal Demand Limit Range (mA) Stage The maximum drop rate for the leaving water temperature shall
(%) be limited by the Maximum Pulldown Rate set point only when
Limit 75% Limit 16 mA 1 the unit mode is Cool or Cool with Glycol.
75% > Limit 50% 16 mA > Limit 12 mA 2 If the rate exceeds the set point, no more compressors can
50% > Limit 25% 12 mA > Limit 8 mA 3 be started until the pulldown rate is less than the set point.
Running compressors will not be stopped as a result of
25% > Limit 8 mA > Limit 4
exceeding the maximum pulldown rate.

Table 67: Stage Limits - Six Compressors High Ambient Limit


Demand Limit Signal Demand Limit Range Stage
On units configured with single point power connections, the
(%) (mA)
maximum load amps could be exceeded at high ambient
Limit 83.3% Limit 17.3 mA 1 temperatures. If the power connection is single point, and the
83.3% > Limit 66.7% 17.3 mA > Limit 14.7 mA 2 outdoor air temperature OAT is greater than 46.6C (115.9F),
the high ambient limit becomes active. This limit will be
66.7% > Limit 50% 14.7 mA > Limit 12 mA 3
removed when the OAT drops back down to 45.56C (114F).
50% > Limit 33.3% 12 mA > Limit 9.3 mA 4 The max operating ambient temperature is 51.6C (125F).
33.3% > Limit 16.7% 9.3 mA > Limit 6.7 mA 5 When the limit is active, the unit is allowed to run all but one
16.7% > Limit 6.7 mA > Limit 6 compressor. So it will inhibit the unit from loading if all but one
compressor is on, and it will shut down a compressor if all
Network Limit compressors are running.

The maximum unit capacity can be limited by a network signal.


This function is only enabled if the control source is set to
network. The maximum unit capacity stage is based on the
network limit value received from the BAS and is determined
as shown in the following tables:

Table 68: Stage Limits - Four Compressors


Network Limit Stage
Limit 100% 4
100% > Limit 75% 3
75% > Limit 50% 2
50% > Limit 1

Table 69: Stage Limits - Six Compressors


Network Limit Stage
Limit 100% 6
100% > Limit 83.3% 5
83.3% > Limit 66.7% 4
66.7% > Limit 50% 3
50% > Limit 33.3% 2
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RapidRestore Option Fast Loading


RapidRestore is an option that can be added to Trailblazer Fast loading will be performed when the following conditions
chillers. The general purpose of the option is to allow the are met after the unit power up:
capability to restart more quickly and to load faster than normal Chiller enters RapidRestore operation
operation.
Current LWT > Start Up Temperature
For reference, Start Up Temperature is Stage Up Temperature
Enabling + Start Up Delta T. Stage Up Temperature is calculated based
The RapidRestore option shall be enabled via the on the Full Capacity Evaporator Delta T set point and the
RapidRestore set point and requires the optional module. number of compressors on the chiller.
Doing so will require the following to be true:
Fast loading should end if any of the following conditions occur:
RapidRestore module is present at address 22
LWT < Stage Up Temperature
DI1 on the RapidRestore module has a signal
Unit capacity = 100%
If the DI1 input loses the signal or the RapidRestore module
All circuits become disabled for any reason
is no longer communicating, then the option will be disabled in
the chiller. Unit becomes disabled for any reason
10 minutes have passed since unit powered up
Operation Following Power Cycle When fast loading ends, the RapidRestore operation is
The chiller will enter RapidRestore upon powering up when considered complete.
the following conditions are met:
Capacity Changes
RapidRestore is enabled
Normally the delay between compressors staging on is
Power failure lasts less than the value of the Max Power
determined by the Stage Up Delay setting. That setting
Failure Time set point
defaults to 240 seconds and has a range of 120 to 480
Power failure lasts at least one second (shorter power seconds. During fast loading, a delay of 60 seconds between
loss may result in unpredictable operation) compressor starts within a circuit should be used. In addition,
Unit is enabled a delay of 30 seconds between compressor starts on different
When RapidRestore is triggered, the time value used for the circuits should be used.
evaporator recirculation time will be limited to 110 seconds This change during RapidRestore operation will allow for a
or less. The evaporator recirculation time set point will not be faster time to full capacity while maintaining stable operation
changed. Only the value used in the evaporator state logic will within each circuit. Assuming both circuits are able to run, the
be limited, and only if the set point exceeds the 110 second effective unit stage up delay will be 30 to 35 seconds, so it will
limit. load about four times faster during RapidRestore than the
This action will ensure that the chiller is ready to start after the fastest it possibly can during normal operation.
motor protection module delay has expired.
Max Pulldown Rate
Time to Start Max pulldown rate will be ignored during fast loading so the
chiller can reach full capacity as soon as possible.
The compressor manufacturer requires a minimum two minute
delay after power on until a compressor should be started,
which is to ensure proper operation of the motor protection Backup Chiller Operation
modules. Unit controller boot time is about 10 seconds, so a If DI2 on the RapidRestore module has a signal and the unit
delay of 110 seconds will start upon completing boot up. After has RapidRestore enabled, then the chiller is considered a
this delay, the two minute manufacturer requirement will be backup chiller. When a backup chiller is enabled, it will use
satisfied. an evaporator recirculation time of 13 seconds regardless of
After the 110 second delay, the first circuit to start will enter the what the evaporator recirculation time set point is. Then, fast
preopen state, which takes five seconds. The end result is that loading will be used as outlined previously in the fast loading
the first compressor should start approximately 125 seconds section.
after power is restored to the chiller. This backup chiller sequence is safe for the unit if it has had
Current software has a delay of 150 seconds after bootup is power applied for the minimum time stated in the operation
complete before the first circuit can start. The software will be manual. Since this sequence does not have to wait on the
changed to use the 110 second delay discussed above only compressor motor protection module delay, the unit can
when the chiller is performing the RapidRestore operation. achieve full capacity even faster than during a power loss
scenario.

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Compressor Starts Per Hour Heat Recovery Option


Since the compressor cycle timers are not maintained through Chillers may be fitted with a Heat Recovery option. In order
power cycling, a limitation on the number of starts per hour to utilize this option, the Heat Recovery Control Type on the
will be added. Each compressor will be allowed six starts in an Unit Configuration screen must be set to a value other than
hour. None. Selecting one of the other values will enable the Heat
If a compressor start is being delayed due to this limitation, Recovery logic and the associated parameters on the HMI.
it can be cleared by using the existing Clear Cycle Timers
setting. Heat Recovery States
The following table shows the approximate best case scenario Heat Recovery operation will be controlled by a state machine
for start time and loading time with the RapidRestore with three states:
operation. Off - Heat Recovery is completely inactive
Recirculate Transition to Heat Recovery occurs
Table 70: RapidRestore Mode Response Times
On Heat Recovery is fully active
Maximum
Restart Time Time to Transitions between these states are shown in the following
# of compressors
Fully Loaded diagram.

4 220 sec.
Power lost
125 sec.
and restored
6 280 sec.

Backup 4 115 sec.


chiller with
constant 20 sec.
power 6 175 sec.

Sound Reduction T1 Off to Recirculate


A special mode of operation is available for E vintage models ALL of the following are required:
with two fan VFDs per circuit, which reduces sound levels by
Control Type set point none
limiting condenser fan speeds. This mode can be enabled and
disabled via the Sound Reduction Enable setting. HR Request input = on
OAT > Min OAT
Scheduling Active Evaporator LWT target
 4.44C (40F)
When enabled, sound reduction will become active based on At least one circuit running, sat cond temp has reached
a daily schedule. This schedule is configurable and allows a cond target, and ran for 2 more minutes
start time and duration to be selected for each day of the week. At least two compressors running on the unit
Start times can be set in one hour increments and duration can Heat Recovery EWT sensor fault not active
be set in hour increments.
Heat Recovery LWT sensor fault not active
Sound reduction will be active if the controller time is within the Time > Retry Time set point has passed since T3 or T4
time block determined by the settings for the current day. last occured

Operation When Active T2 Recirculate to On


When sound reduction is active, the condenser fans will be ALL of the following are required:
limited to the speed selected by the fan speed limit set point. State = Recirculate for longer than Recirc Time set point
If the Sound Reduction priority is set to sound, the fan speed Heat Recovery LWT > Cond Sat Temp + Control Offset
limit is applied at all times regardless of operating conditions. If set point on all running circuits
conditions are such that condenser pressure is elevated a high
15.56C Heat Recovery EWT 60C
pressure stage down may occur, which would effectively lower
the pressure into a safe zone but capacity of the chiller would Heat Recovery LWTHeat Recovery EWT + 1.11C (2F)
be limited. At least two compressors running on the unit
If priority is set to capacity, the fan speed is allowed to exceed T3 On to Off
the limit as needed to avoid high condenser pressure stage
downs, which allows the chiller to maintain a higher operating ANY of the following are required:
capacity. Heat Recovery Request input = off

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OAT < Min OAT for 3 minutes Heat Recovery Pump is off
Active Evap LWT target < 4.44C Heat Recovery Position/Speed signal is 0%
Heat Recovery EWT < 15.56C or Heat Recovery EWT > Circuits use normal condenser targets
60C When State = Recirculate
Heat Recovery LWT Cond Sat Temp + 1.11C on any Heat Recovery Pump is on
running circuit
Heat Recovery Position/Speed signal is at the minimum
Heat Recovery EWT sensor fault active position/speed as defined by the settings
Heat Recovery LWT sensor fault active Circuits transition to heat recovery condenser targets
Less than two compressors running on unit When State = On
Heat Recovery LWT < Heat Recovery EWT + 1.11C
Heat Recovery Pump is on
(2F)
Heat Recovery Position/Speed signal is determined by
T4 Recirculate to Off PID loop
ANY of the following are required: Circuits continue to use heat recovery condenser targets
Heat Recovery Request input = off
PID Loop
OAT < Min OAT for 3 minutes
A PID loop will be used for controlling valve position or pump
Active Evap LWT target < 4.44C speed. This loop should allow for a smooth transition from
Heat Recovery EWT sensor fault active Recirculate to On control states, meaning that when output
Heat Recovery LWT sensor fault active control is handed off to the PID there isnt a sudden large
Less than two compressors running on unit change in the position/speed from the minimum value used
during Recirculate state.
State = Recirculate for longer than Recirc Time set point
AND any of the following: In addition, there should be a smooth transition between auto
Heat Recovery LWT Cond Sat Temp + Control and manual control modes. When changing between these
Offset set point on any running circuit modes, there should not be a sudden large change in position/
speed.
Heat Recovery EWT < 15.56C
The PID loop should be implemented using the
Heat Recovery EWT > 60C
aoLoopController block contained in the standard library. It
Heat Recovery LWT < Heat Recovery EWT + 1.11C shall allow for tuning all three factors of the calculation, so the
(2F) settings for tuning will be:
Some notes about the transition conditions:
KP is the adjustment for the proportional factor in
1. 2 compressors running is required as a rudimentary the calculation. Larger values make the loop more
way to make sure there is sufficient heat available to be responsive.
claimed Ti is the time constant for the integral component, which
2. Heat recovery EWT is expected to be in a certain represents the time frame for integrating a correction
range to help avoid causing operational issues with the based on error. If this is set to 0, the integral component
refrigerant circuits is disabled in the calculation.
3. Heat recovery LWT is expected to be a minimum amount Td is the time constant for the derivative, which
above the condenser saturated temperatures to avoid represents the time frame for a correction based on rate
condensing refrigerant in the heat exchanger of change. If this is set to 0, the derivative component is
disabled in the calculation.
4. Heat recovery LWT is expected to be a minimum
The controlled parameter for the PID is a calculated value:
amount above EWT to guarantee that heat is being
transferred into the loop rather than out of the loop into Heat Recovery LWT [maximum condenser saturated
the condenser temperature of running circuits] The set point for the PID
is the Heat Recovery Control Offset set point.
5. Minimum OAT is observed to help make sure there is
enough heat available to heat recovery in combination
with the effect of cooler OAT removing heat
6. Evaporator LWT target must be at least 4.44C because
below that the discharge temperatures are notadequate
to support heat recovery operation

Heat Recovery Operation Per State


When State = Off

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Calculations By Controller Circuit States


The circuit will always be in one of four states:
Refrigerant Saturated Temperature Off Circuit is not running
Refrigerant saturated temperature shall be calculated from the
Preopen Circuit is preparing to start
pressure sensor readings for each circuit.
Run Circuit is running
Evaporator Approach Pumpdown Circuit is doing a normal shutdown
The evaporator approach shall be calculated for each circuit. Transitions between these states are shown in the following
The equation is as follows: diagram.
Evaporator Approach = LWT Evaporator Saturated
Temperature T1
POWER OFF PREOPEN
ON T6
Condenser Approach
The condenser approach shall be calculated for each circuit.
The equation is as follows:

T4
T2

T5
Condenser Approach = Condenser Saturated Temperature
- OAT

Suction Superheat PUMPDOWN T3 RUN

Suction superheat shall be calculated for each circuit using the


following equation:
Suction superheat = Suction Temperature Evaporator
Saturated Temperature T1 Off to Preopen
No compressors are running and any compressor on
Pumpdown Pressure circuit is commanded to start (see unit capacity control)
The pressure to which a circuit will pumpdown is based on the
Low Evaporator Pressure Unload set point. The equation is as T2 Preopen to Run
follows: 5 seconds in Preopen state has passed
Pumpdown pressure = Low Evap Pressure Unload set point
T3 Run to Pumpdown
103KPA (15 PSI)
Any of the following are required:

Circuit Control Logic Last compressor on circuit is commanded to stop


Unit State = Pumpdown
Circuit Enabling Circuit switch is open
A circuit should be enabled to start if the following conditions Circuit mode is disable
are true: Circuit Pumpdown alarm is active
Circuit switch is closed
T4 Pumpdown to Off
No circuit alarms are active
Any of the following are required:
Circuit Mode set point is set to Enable
At least one compressor is enabled to start (according to Evaporator Pressure < Pumpdown Pressure Value
enable setpoints) Unit State = Off
Circuit Rapid Stop alarm is active
Compressor Availability
A compressor is considered available to start if all the following T5 Run to Off
are true: Any of the following are required:
The corresponding circuit is enabled Unit State = Off
The corresponding circuit is not in pumpdown Circuit Rapid Stop alarm is active
No cycle timers are active for the compressor A low ambient start attempt failed
No limit events are active for the corresponding circuit
The compressor is enabled via the enable setpoints
The compressor is not already running

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T6 Preopen to Off Circuit Status


Any of the following are required: The displayed circuit status should be determined by the
Unit State = Off conditions in the following table:If more than one status is
Unit State = Pumpdown enabled at the same time, the hightest numbered status
overrides the others and is displayed.
Circuit switch is open
Circuit mode is disable # Status Conditions
Circuit Rapid Stop alarm is active 1 Off:Ready Circuit is ready to start when
Circuit Pumpdown alarm is active needed.
2 Off:Cycle Timers Circuit is off and cannot start
due to active cycle timer on all
Pumpdown Procedure compressors.
(Tube and Fin only) 3 Off:All Comp Circuit is off and cannot start
Pumpdown is performed as follows: Disable due to all compressors being
disabled.
If multiple compressors are running, shut off the
appropriate compressors based on sequencing logic and 4 Off:Keypad Circuit is off and cannot start due
leave only one running Disable to circuit enable set point.
Turn off hot gas output and liquid line output 5 Off:Circuit Switch Circuit is off and circuit switch is
off.
Keep running until evaporator pressure reaches the
pumpdown pressure, then stop compressor 6 Off:Alarm Circuit is off and cannot start due
If evaporator pressure does not reach pumpdown to active circuit alarm.
pressure within two minutes, stop compressor 7 Off:Test Mode Circuit is in test mode.
8 Preopen Circuit is in preopen state.
Low Ambient Starts 9 Run:Pumpdown Circuit is in pumpdown state.

A low OAT start is initiated if the condenser refrigerant 10 Run:Normal Circuit is in run state and running
saturated temperature is less than 29.5C (85.1 F) when the normally.
first compressor starts. Once the compressor starts the circuit 11 Run:Evap Press Circuit is running and cannot load
is in a low OAT start state for a time equal to the Low OAT Low due to low evaporator pressure.
Start Time set point. During Low OAT Starts, the freezestat 12 Run:Cond Press Circuit is running and cannot load
logic for the low evaporator pressure alarm as well as the low High due to high condenser pressure.
evaporator pressure hold and unload alarms are disabled. The
absolute limit for low evaporator pressure is enforced and the
low evaporator pressure alarm should trigger if the evaporator
pressure drops below that limit. In addition if the evaporator
Compressor Control
pressure is less than the Low Evap Pressure Unload set point Compressors should run only when the circuit is in a run or
during the low POAT start, no addition al compressors can pumpdown state. They should not be running when the circuit
start on that circuit even though the hold and unlaod events are is in any other state.
disabled at this time.
When the Low OAT Start Timer has expired, if the evaporator
Starting a Compressor
pressure is greater than or equal to the Low Evaporator A compressor should start if it receives a start command from
Pressure Unload set point, the start is considered successful the unit capacity control logic.
and normal alarm and event logic is reinstated. If the
evaporator pressure is less than the Low Evaporator Pressure Stopping a Compressor
Unload set point when the Low OAT Start Timer expires, the
A compressor should be turned off if any of the following occur:
start is unsuccessful and the compressor will shutdown.
Unit capacity control logic commands it off
Multiple Low Ambient Start attempts are allowed. On the third
failed Low Ambient Start attempt, OffNbrRestarts is triggered An unload alarm occurs and the sequencing requires this
and the circuit will not attempt to restart until the Restart alarm compressor to be next off
has been cleared. Circuit state is pumpdown and sequencing requires this
compressor to be next off
The restart counter should be reset when either a startup is
successful, the Low OAT Restart alarm is triggered, or the unit
time clock shows that a new day has started.

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Cycle Timers Fan Output 2 UC DO8 Fan 22 On -- -- -- --

A minimum time between starts of the compressor and a


minimum time between shutdown and start of the compressor Table 72: 2 Fans per Circuit - With 1 Fan VFD per Circuit
shall be enforced. The time values are determined by the Circuit 1
Start-start Timer and Stop-start Timer setpoints. Stage
Description Output Fans
1 2 3 4 5 6
These cycle timers should not be enforced through cycling of
Speed Signal 1 UC X5 Fan 11 On On -- -- -- --
power to the chiller. This means that if power is cycled, the
cycle timers should not be active. Fan Output 2 UC DO4 Fan 12 On -- -- -- --
Circuit 2
These timers may be cleared via a setting on the controller. Stage
Description Output Fans
1 2 3 4 5 6
Condenser Fan Control Speed Signal 1 UC X6 Fan 21 On On -- -- -- --
Condenser fan control should stage fans as needed any time Fan Output 2 UC DO8 Fan 22 On -- -- -- --
compressors are running on the circuit. All fans and solenoid
valves will be off when the circuit is in the off and preopen Figure 71: 3 Fans per Circuit - Unit Numbering Schematic
states. Condenser fan digital outputs will be turned on or
3-Fan Unit Locations and Numbering
off immediately for condenser stage changes. Condenser
solenoid valve outputs will turn on immediately when a stage
up requires the output to turn on, but will have a delay for Fan 11 Fan 13 Fan 22

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turning off during a stage down. This delay is 20 seconds. If
the circuit shuts off then the condenser solenoid valve outputs
will turn off without a delay.
Fan 12 Fan 23 Fan 21

Condenser Staging
Condenser staging will use up to 5 digital outputs for control of
condenser fans and a digital output for control of a condenser
solenoid valve. When equipped with condenser fan VFDs, the Table 73: 3 Fans per Circuit - Without Fan VFD
speed signal(s) also starts and stops the fan that is connected Circuit 1
to the VFD. The total number of fans on shall be adjusted Stage
with changes of one fan at a time. The tables below show the Description Output Fans
1 2 3 4 5 6
outputs energized for each stage. Fan Output 1 UC DO3 Fan 11 On On On -- -- --
Fan Output 2 UC DO4 Fan 12 On On -- -- --
Figure 70: 2 Fans per Circuit - Unit Numbering Schematic
Fan Output 3 UC DO5 Fan 13 On
2-Fan Unit Locations and Numbering
Condenser SV UC X7 SV 11 On
Circuit 2
Fan 11 Fan 12 Stage
Description Output Fans
Control Panel

1 2 3 4 5 6
Fan Output 1 UC DO7 Fan 21 On On On -- -- --

Fan 21 Fan 22 Fan Output 2 UC DO8 Fan 22 On On -- -- --


Fan Output 3 UC DO9 Fan 23 On -- -- --
Condenser SV UC X8 SV 21 On -- -- --

Table 71: 2 Fans per Circuit - Without Fan VFD


Circuit 1
Stage
Description Output Fans
1 2 3 4 5 6
Fan Output 1 UC DO3 Fan 11 On On -- -- -- --
Fan Output 2 UC DO4 Fan 12 On -- -- -- --
Circuit 2
Stage
Description Output Fans
1 2 3 4 5 6
Fan Output 1 UC DO7 Fan 21 On On -- -- -- --

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Table 74: 3 Fans per Circuit - With 1 Fan VFD per Circuit Table 76: 4 Fans per Circuit - Without Fan VFD
Circuit 1 Circuit 1
Stage Stage
Description Output Fans Description Output Fans
1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6
Speed Signal 1 UC X5 Fan 11 On On On -- -- -- Fan Output 1 UC DO3 Fan 11 On On On On -- --
Fan Output 2 UC DO4 Fan 12 On On -- --
Fan Output 2 UC DO4 Fan 12 On On -- -- --
Fan Output 3 UC DO5 Fan 13 On On On -- --
Fan Output 3 UC DO5 Fan 13 On Fan Output 4 UC DO6 Fan 14 On -- --
Condenser SV UC X7 SV 11 On Condenser SV UC X7 SV 11 On On On -- --
Circuit 2 Circuit 2
Stage Stage
Description Output Fans Description Output Fans
1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6
Fan Output 1 UC DO7 Fan 21 On On On On -- --
Speed Signal 1 UC X6 Fan 21 On On On -- -- --
Fan Output 2 UC DO8 Fan 22 On On -- --
Fan Output 2 UC DO8 Fan 22 On On -- -- -- Fan Output 3 UC DO9 Fan 23 On On On -- --
Fan Output 3 UC DO9 Fan 23 On -- -- -- Fan Output 4 UC DO10 Fan 24 On -- --
Condenser SV UC X8 SV 21 On On On -- --
Condenser SV UC X8 SV 21 On -- -- --

Table 77: 4 Fans per Circuit - With 1 Fan VFD per Circuit
Table 75: 3 Fans per Circuit - With 2 Fan VFDs per Circuit
Circuit 1
Circuit 1
Stage
Stage Description Output Fans
Description Output Fans 1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2 3 4 5 6
Speed Signal 1 UC X5 Fan 11/13 On On On On -- --
Speed Signal 1 UC X5 Fan 11 On On -- -- -- Fan Output 2 UC DO4 Fan 12 On On -- --
Speed Signal 2 UC X2 Fan 12/13 On On -- -- -- Fan Output 4 UC DO6 Fan 14 On -- --
Condenser SV UC X7 SV 11 On On On -- --
Condenser SV UC X7 SV 11 On On
Circuit 2
Circuit 2
Stage
Stage Description Output Fans
Description Output Fans 1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2 3 4 5 6
Speed Signal 1 UC X6 Fan 21/23 On On On On -- --
Speed Signal 1 UC X6 Fan 21 On On -- -- -- Fan Output 2 UC DO8 Fan 22 On On -- --
Speed Signal 2 UC X3 Fan 22/23 On On -- -- -- Fan Output 4 UC DO10 Fan 24 On -- --
Condenser SV UC X8 SV 21 On On On -- --
Condenser SV UC X8 SV 21 On On --

Table 78: 4 Fans per Circuit - With 2 Fan VFDs per Circuit
Figure 72: 4 Fans per Circuit - Unit Numbering Schematic
Circuit 1
Stage
Description Output Fans
4-Fan Unit Locations and Numbering 1 2 3 4 5 6
Speed Signal 1 UC X5 Fan 11/13 On On On -- -- --
Speed Signal 2 UC X2 Fan 12/14 On -- -- --
Fan 11 Fan 13 Fan 24 Fan 22
Control Panel

Condenser SV UC X7 SV 11 On On
Circuit 2
Stage
Fan 12 Fan 14 Fan 23 Fan 21 Description Output Fans
1 2 3 4 5 6
Speed Signal 1 UC X6 Fan 21/23 On On On -- -- --
Speed Signal 2 UC X3 Fan 22/24 On -- -- --
Condenser SV UC X8 SV 21 On On --

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Figure 73: 5 Fans per Circuit - Unit Numbering Schematic Table 81: 5 Fans per Circuit - With 2 Fan VFDs per Circuit
Circuit 1
5-Fan Locations and Numbering
Stage
Description Output Fans
1 2 3 4 5 6
Speed Signal 1 UC X5 Fan 11/13 On On On -- -- --
Fan 11 Fan 13 Fan 15 Fan 24 Fan 22
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Speed Signal 2 UC X2 Fan 12/14 On On -- -- --


Fan Output 5 EEXV1 DO1 Fan 15 On
Fan 23 Fan 21
Fan 12 Fan 14 Fan 25 Condenser SV UC X7 SV 11 On
Circuit 2
Stage
Description Output Fans
1 2 3 4 5 6
Speed Signal 1 UC X6 Fan 21/23 On On On -- -- --
Speed Signal 2 UC X3 Fan 22/24 On On -- -- --
Table 79: 5 Fans per Circuit - Without Fan VFD
Circuit 1 Fan Output 5 EEXV2 DO1 Fan 25 On -- -- --
Stage Condenser SV UC X8 SV 21 On --
Description Output Fans
1 2 3 4 5 6
Fan Output 1 UC DO3 Fan 11 On On On On On -- Figure 74: 6 Fans per Circuit - Unit Numbering Schematic
Fan Output 2 UC DO4 Fan 12 On On On --
Fan Output 3 UC DO5 Fan 13 On On On On -- 6-Fan Unit Locations and Numbering
Fan Output 4 UC DO6 Fan 14 On On --
Fan Output 5 EEXV1 DO1 Fan 15 On --
Condenser SV UC X7 SV 11 On -- Fan 11 Fan 13 Fan 15 Fan 26 Fan 24 Fan 22
Control Panel

Circuit 2
Stage
Description Output Fans
1 2 3 4 5 6 Fan 12 Fan 14 Fan 16 Fan 25 Fan 23 Fan 21
Fan Output 1 UC DO7 Fan 21 On On On On On --
Fan Output 2 UC DO8 Fan 22 On On On --
Fan Output 3 UC DO9 Fan 23 On On On On --
Fan Output 4 UC DO10 Fan 24 On On