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    Heat Pump System that Saves Energy and Provides Outstand-

    ing Heating and Cooling All Year

    • all-season comfort in any climate

    • high energy savings capability

    • suitable for new construction or replacement

    FEATURES/BENEFITS

    System indoor and outdoor sections offer outstanding perfor-

    mance in either the Cooling or Heating mode

    HEAT PUMP SYSTEM ENERGY SAVINGS OPPORTUNITY —

    Electrical energy consumption is always a prime concern when

    selecting an air-conditioning system for a commercial applica-

    tion. An easy, effective way to save energy is to install a heat

    pump. Should your building plans call for one, consider a

    matched PH1S/PF1B heat pump system. This system not only

    provides highly efficient cooling, it also doubles as a clean, safe,

    efficient source of heat. In fact, it is capable of delivering ap-

    proximately 3 units of heat energy for each unit of electrical

    power consumed.

    HEAT PUMP UNIQUENESS — The outstanding performance

    of this heat pump system is due to the heat pump’s ability to ab-

    sorb and transfer heat — from outdoors to indoors for heating,

    and from indoors to outdoors for cooling.

    VARIABLE REFRIGERATION CIRCUITING (VRC) — PH1S

    UNITS — For that extra measure of heat pump performance,

    variable refrigeration circuiting provides improved heat transfer.

    The design combines check valves and fixed-bore refrigerant

    metering to improve the circuiting of the outdoor coil. This cir-

    cuiting achieves the best performance possible during both the

    heating and cooling modes. The VRC feature provides three

    valuable benefits that ordinary heat pump systems cannot

    match:

    • Improved heat transfer, resulting in a higher Coefficient of

    Performance (COP), especially at temperatures below 47 F.

    • Improved reliability, by ensuring the proper quality of refriger-

    ant is flowing to the compressor.

    • Faster coil defrosting.

    PH1S APPLICATION VERSATILITY — Whether for a new ap-

    plication or replacement, these split system heat pumps offer

    time-proven performance for year-round comfort in any climate.

    RUGGED LONG LIFE COMPRESSOR — PH1S UNITS —

    Model PH1S outdoor sections are equipped with semi-hermetic

    compressors, which are famous throughout the industry for their

    reliability. These compressors have vane-type oil pumps with

    positive oil pressure, an oil pressure regulating valve, class F

    stator windings, capacity reduction, oil level sight glass, and

    service valves. A Cycle-LOC™ device in the PH1S control box

    holds the compressor offline if any operational or safety device-

    trips the compressor. The unit can be reset manually at the

    thermostat.

    FEATURES TO CONSIDER, PH1S UNITS

    Controls for Performance Efficiency — The PH1S090 unit of-

    fers simple operating controls and components designed for

    performance dependability. The semi-hermetic compressor is

    engineered for long life and durability. The compressor includes

    overload protection and compressor vibration isolation for fur-

    ther enhancement of quiet operation. The high-pressure switch

    protects the entire refrigeration system from abnormally high

    operating pressures. A loss-of-charge switch is also provided to

    protect the system against low charge conditions.

    The unit also includes anti-short-cycling protection which pro-

    tects the compressor from the damage that can be caused by

    rapid compressor cycling. The 24-v control circuit transformer

    permits quick, easy wiring of standard and programmable 24-v

    thermostats.

    Latest safety standards for PH1S090 units are assured through

    UL (Underwriters’ Laboratories) and UL, Canada approval.

    The PH1S090 utilizes a state-of-the-art defrost board with field

    configurable timed defrost cycles. The defrost board may be

    easily configured for defrost cycles of 30, 50, or 90 minutes, de-

    pending upon the application.

    PH1S090

    PF1B090

    SPLIT SYSTEM

    HEAT PUMP WITH

    AIR HANDLING UNIT

    Model PH1S

    With PF1B

    7

    1

    2

    Tons

    Form No. PDS PH1S.90.1

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    HEAT PUMP PERFORMANCE — ENHANCED BY VARIABLE

    REFRIGERATION CIRCUITING — PH1S UNITS

    Cooling Mode — During cooling, the PH1S outdoor coil con-

    denses the hot gas through a converging series circuit. First the

    check valve system feeds all the hot gas through the circuits at

    the bottom half of the coil. This desuperheats and partially con-

    denses the hot gas. The hot gas is then routed through the up-

    per half of the coil and finally through the subcooling coil. The

    subcooled liquid then enters the liquid line. This process also

    occurs during defrosting, resulting in improved, more thorough

    defrosting by assuring that the bottom half of the coils is hot and

    clear so that the top frost slides down and off.

    Heating Mode — During heating, the PH1S outdoor coil be-

    comes the evaporator, absorbing available heat from the out-

    door air. The check valve system directs the flow of liquid

    refrigerant to individual parallel circuits, creating a ‘‘full face’’ ac-

    tive condition; the entire coil face is exposed to the same tem-

    perature of entering refrigerant. The result is maximum recovery

    of heat from outdoor air, a higher COP, and improved reliability.

    INNOVATIVE PF1B INDOOR UNITS ARE CUSTOM

    MATCHED TO PH1S OUTDOOR UNITS FOR SUPERIOR

    SYSTEM PERFORMANCE — The PF1B has excellent fan per-

    formance, efficient direct-expansion (DX) coils, easy installa-

    tion, and a unique combination of indoor air quality features. Its

    versatility and state-of-the-art features help to ensure that your

    heat pump system provides economical performance now and

    in the future.

    Easy Installation and Service — The PF1B multiposition de-

    sign and component layout help you to get the unit installed and

    running quickly. The direct-expansion (DX) coils have factory-

    installed thermostatic expansion valve (TXV) with matching dis-

    tributor nozzles. The PF1B unit also includes factory-installed

    check valve and piping for heat pump duty with the matching

    PH1S unit.

    The PF1B unit can be converted from horizontal to vertical op-

    eration by simply repositioning the unit. Drain pan connections

    are duplicated on both sides of the unit. Fan motors and con-

    tactors are prewired. For easier service, the filters, motor, drive,

    TXV, check valve, and coil connections are accessible by re-

    moving a single side panel.

    Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Features — The unique combination

    of IAQ features in the PF1B indoor unit helps to make sure that

    only clean, fresh, conditioned air is delivered to the occupied

    space.

    Standard 2-in. disposable filters remove dust and airborne par-

    ticles from the occupied space.

    Thermal insulation contains an immobilized anti-microbial agent

    to inhibit the growth of bacteria and fungi. The anti-microbial

    agent is registered with the U.S. Environmental Protection

    Agency (EPA).

    The pitched PVC drain pan can be adjusted for a right- or left-

    hand connection to provide positive drainage and to prevent

    standing condensate.

    The PF1B accessory economizer can provide ventilation air to

    improve indoor air quality.

    Economy — The PF1B air handler has low initial costs, and it

    continues to save money by providing reduced installation ex-

    pense and energy-efficient performance.

    Quick installation reduces installation costs, and TXV, check

    valve, and heat pump piping are factory-installed.

    High-efficiency, precision-balanced fans minimize air turbu-

    lence, surging, and unbalanced operation, cutting operating

    expenses.

    The economizer accessory precisely controls the blend of out-

    door air and room air to achieve comfort levels. When the out-

    side air enthalpy is suitable, outside air dampers can fully open

    to provide ‘‘free’’ cooling.

    Rugged Dependability — The PF1B units are made to last.

    The die-formed galvanized steel panels ensure structural integ-

    rity under all operating conditions. Galvanized steel fan hous-

    ings are securely mounted to a die-formed galvanized steel

    deck. Coil housings are galvanized steel, and coils have alumi-

    num fins mechanically bonded to copper tubes. The PVC con-

    densate drain pans provide corrosion-free performance.

    Coil Flexibility — Model PF1B coils have galvanized steel cas-

    ings; inlet and outlet connections are on the same end. The coils

    are designed for use with Refrigerant 22 and have copper tubes

    mechanically bonded to aluminum fins. The coils include

    matched, factory-installed TXV with matching distributor nozzle.

    Check valve and heat pump piping are also included.

    Duplicate piping access holes on both sides of the unit eliminate

    drilling; condensate connections for both vertical and horizontal

    installations are also provided on both sides of the unit.

    CONTENTS

    Page

    Features/Benefits ...........................1-3

    Model Number Nomenclature ....................4

    ARI Capacities..............................5

    Physical Data ..............................6

    Accessories — Outdoor Unit ....................7

    Accessories — Indoor Unit......................7

    Dimensions — Outdoor Unit.....................8

    Dimensions — Indoor Unit .....................9,10

    Selection Procedure .........................10

    Performance Data..........................11-13

    Typical Piping and Wiring......................14

    Electrical Data ............................15,16

    Controls .................................17

    Typical Control Wiring Schematic................17-19

    Application Data ...........................19-21

    Guide Specifications — PH1S090 Outdoor Unit ......22,23

    Guide Specifications — Indoor Unit ..............24,25

    RUGGED COMPRESSOR

    2

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    COOLING AND HEATING CYCLES — TYPICAL FOR PH1S090 UNIT

    COOLING

    HEATING

    LEGEND

    C—Check Valve Closed

    O—Check Valve Open

    LEGEND

    C—Check Valve Closed

    O—Check Valve Open

    3

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    MODEL NUMBER NOMENCLATURE

    PH1S P A 090 000 AA AA

    PH1S — Commercial

    Split System Heat Pump Unit

    Voltage Designation

    E — 460-3-60

    P — 208/230-3-60

    A — Minor Series Designation

    Electric Heaters

    000 — No Factory-Installed Electric Heater

    Design Variables

    Factory-Installed Options

    AA — No Options

    Nominal Tons

    090 — 7-1/2

    PF1B E H 090 090 GC

    PF1B — Fan Coil/Heat Pump Duty

    Voltage

    E — 208/230-3-60; 460-3-60

    J — 208/230-1-60

    Coil Option

    H — Heat Pump Coil with TXV and Check Valve

    Nominal Cooling (Tons)

    090 — 7-1/2

    Nominal Heating (Btuh)

    090 (90,000)

    GC — Standard Unit

    LEGEND

    TXV — Thermostatic Expansion Valve

    4

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    ARI* CAPACITIES

    OUTDOOR

    UNIT

    PH1S

    INDOOR

    UNIT

    PF1B

    AIRFLOW

    (Cfm)

    COOLING

    HEATING

    SOUND

    RATING

    (Bels)

    Hi-Temp Low-Temp

    Net Cap.

    (Btuh)

    EER

    Net Cap.

    (Btuh)

    COP

    Net Cap

    (Btuh)

    COP

    090 090 3000 86,000 9.8 83,000 3.0 46,000 2.0 9.2

    LEGEND

    Bels — Sound Level (1 bel = 10 decibels)

    Cap. — Total Net Capacity (1000 Btuh)

    Btuh Output

    COP — Coefficient of performance = or

    Btuh input

    (Based on ARI conditions)

    Btuh output

    Unit Power Input × 3.413

    Btuh

    EER — Energy Efficiency Ratio = (Based on ARI conditions)

    Unit Power Input

    *Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Institute.

    NOTES:

    1. Standard ratings are net values, reflecting the effects of circulating fan heat.

    Supplementary electric heat is not included. Ratings are based on:

    Cooling Standard: 80 F db (dry bulb), 67 F wb (wet bulb) indoor entering-air

    temperature and 95 F db entering-air outdoor unit.

    Hi-Temp Heating Standard: 70 F db indoor entering-air temperature and

    47 F db/43 F wb entering-air outdoor unit.

    Lo-Temp Heating Standard: 70 F db indoor entering-air temperature and

    17 F wb/15 F db entering-air outdoor unit.

    Rated in accordance with ARI Standard 210/240-89.

    2. Sound ratings are in accordance with ARI Standard 270-84.

    UNIT

    PH1S

    OPERATING

    WEIGHT (Total)

    WEIGHT (lbs)

    Leg Location

    1234

    090 540 175 133 132 100

    Weight Distribution

    5

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    PHYSICAL DATA

    OUTDOOR UNIT

    UNIT PH1S 090

    NOMINAL CAPACITY (tons) 7

    1

    2

    OPERATING WT (lb) 540

    REFRIGERANT (R-22)

    Operating Charge (lb)* 19.5

    COMPRESSOR 06DA818

    Cylinders 4

    Rpm 1750

    Oil Charge (pt) (ea) 5.5

    OUTDOOR FANS Propeller Type

    Discharge Vertical

    Qty 1

    Rpm 1100

    Blade Diameter (in.) 26

    Motor Hp

    3

    4

    Cfm 6500

    kW 0.96

    OUTDOOR COIL

    No. of Rows...Fins/in. 2...17

    Face Area (sq ft) 18.0

    Storage Capacity (lb)† 16.6

    *Based on approximately 25 ft of interconnecting piping. Unit supplied

    with factory holding charge. Charge unit per charging chart located on

    unit.

    †With condenser 80% full of liquid at 120 F.

    INDOOR UNIT

    UNIT PF1B 090

    NOMINAL CAPACITY (Tons) 7

    1

    2

    OPERATING WEIGHT (lb)

    Base Unit with TXV 385

    Plenum 97

    FANS

    Qty...Diam. (in.) 1...15

    Nominal Airflow (cfm) 3000

    Airflow Range (cfm) 2250-3750

    Nominal Motor Hp

    208/230-1-60 2.4

    208/230-3-60 and 460-3-60 2.4

    Motor Speed (rpm)

    208/230-1-60 1725

    208/230-3-60 and 460-3-60 1725

    REFRIGERANT R-22

    Operating charge (lb)

    (approx per circuit)*

    3.0

    DIRECT-EXPANSION COIL Enhanced Copper Tubes,

    Aluminum Sine-Wave Fins

    Max Working Pressure (psig) 435

    Face Area (sq ft) 8.33

    No. of Circuits per Split 15

    Rows...Fins/in. 3...15

    STEAM COIL

    Max Working Pressure

    (psig at 400 F)

    175

    Total Face Area (sq ft) 6.67

    Rows...Fins/in. 1...9

    HOT WATER COIL

    Max Working Pressure (psig) 150

    Total Face Area (sq ft) 6.67

    Rows...Fins/in. 2...8.5

    PIPING CONNECTIONS,

    Quantity...Size (in.)

    DX Coil — Suction (ODF) 1...1

    1

    8

    DX Coil — Liquid

    Refrigerant (ODF)

    1...

    5

    8

    Steam Coil, In (MPT) 1...2

    1

    2

    Steam Coil, Out (MPT) 1...1

    1

    2

    Hot Water Coil, In (MPT) 1...1

    1

    2

    Hot Water Coil, Out (MPT) 1...1

    1

    2

    Condensate (Male PVC) 1...1

    1

    4

    ODM/IDF

    FILTERS Throwaway — Factory Supplied

    Quantity...Size (in.) 4...16 x 24 x 2

    Access Location Either Side

    LEGEND

    TXV — Thermostatic Expansion Valve

    *Units are shipped without refrigerant charge.

    6

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    ACCESSORIES — OUTDOOR UNIT

    Motormaster® III head pressure control operates in cooling

    mode at outdoor temperatures below 55 F. The Motormaster III

    control varies the speed of the outdoor-fan motor to maintain

    correct condensing temperature down to −20 F.

    24-V thermostat and subbase provide precise control of space

    temperature by allowing the selection of heating or cooling and

    continuous or automatic fan operation.

    Outdoor thermostat provides control to activate electric strip

    heaters.

    Condenser coil guard protects outdoor coil from large objects

    and vandalism.

    Condenser hail guard protects outdoor units from hail and

    other flying debris.

    Gage panel package provides one suction pressure gage and

    one discharge gage mounted on a common panel. A shutoff

    valve is provided for each gage.

    ACCESSORIES — INDOOR UNIT

    Two-row hot water coils have

    5

    8

    -in. diameter copper tubes

    mechanically bonded to aluminum plate fins. Coils have non-

    ferrous headers.

    One-row steam coil has 1-in. OD copper tube and aluminum

    fins. The Inner Distributing Tube (IDT) design provides uniform

    temperatures across the coil face. The steam coil has a broad

    operating pressure range; up to 175 psig at 400 F and up to

    300 psig at 300 F. The IDT steam coils are especially suited to

    applications where sub-freezing air enters the unit.

    Electric resistance heat coils have a one- or two-stage, open-

    wire design and are mounted in a rigid frame. Safety cutouts for

    high temperature conditions are standard.

    Economizer (enthalpy controlled) provides ventilation air and

    ‘‘free’’ cooling if outside ambient temperature and humidity are

    suitable.

    Discharge plenum directs the air discharge directly into the oc-

    cupied space; integral horizontal and vertical louvers enable re-

    direction of airflow. Cannot be used with electric, hot water, or

    steam heat options. Field assembly required.

    Return-air grille provides a protective barrier over the return-air

    opening and gives a finished appearance to units installed in the

    occupied space.

    Subbase provides a stable, raised platform and room for con-

    densate drain connection for floor-mounted units.

    Overhead suspension package includes necessary brackets

    to support units in horizontal ceiling installations.

    7

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    DIMENSIONS — OUTDOOR UNIT

    DIMENSION CHART

    UNIT

    UNIT WITH ALUMINUM-FIN COIL

    DIM. A DIM. B

    PH1S090

    18-89

    [508.0]

    18-59

    [431.8]

    WEIGHT (WITH ALUMINUM-FIN COIL)

    STD UNIT CORNER W CORNER X CORNER Y CORNER Z

    lb kg lb kg lb kg lb kg lb kg

    540 245 132 60 100 45 133 60 175 80

    SERVICE VALVE CONNECTIONS

    UNIT SUCTION LIQUID

    PH1S090 1

    1

    8

    9 [28.6]

    1

    2

    9 [12.7]

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS

    CONNECTION SIZES

    AA 1

    3

    8

    9 Dia. [35] Field Power Supply Hole

    BB 29 Dia. [51] Power Supply Knockout

    CC 2

    1

    2

    9 Dia. [64] Power Supply Knockout

    DD

    7

    8

    9 Dia. [22] Field Control Wiring Hole

    NOTES:

    1. Dimensions in [ ] are in millimeters.

    2. Center of gravity. See Chart for dimensions.

    3. Direction of airflow.

    4. Minimum clearance (local codes or jurisdiction may prevail).

    a. Bottom to combustible surfaces: 0 in.

    b. Condenser coil, for proper airflow: 36 in. one side, 12 in. the other. The

    side getting the greater clearance is optional.

    c. Overhead, 60 in. to assure proper condenser fan operation.

    d. Between units: Control box side, 42 in. per NEC (National Electrical

    Code).

    e. Between unit and ungrounded surfaces: Control box side, 36 in. per

    NEC.

    f. Between unit and block or concrete walls and other grounded surfaces,

    control box side, 42 in. per NEC.

    5. With the exception of the clearance for the condenser coil as stated in

    note 4b, a removable fence or barricade requires no clearance.

    6. Units may be installed on combustible floors made from wood or class A, B,

    or C roof covering material.

    PH1S090

    8

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    DIMENSIONS — INDOOR UNIT

    UNIT

    UNIT WEIGHT

    (lb)

    PF1B090 385

    NOTES:

    1. Dimensions in [ ] are in millimeters.

    2. Direction of airflow.

    3. Recommended clearance:

    • Rear: 39

    • Front: 28-69

    • Right Side: 28-69

    • Left Side: 28-69

    • Local codes or jurisdiction may prevail.

    4. Liquid piping not supplied.

    5. Duct flange is factory supplied and field

    installed.

    PF1B090

    9

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    DIMENSIONS — INDOOR UNIT (cont)

    SELECTION PROCEDURE (with example)

    I DETERMINE COOLING AND HEATING LOAD

    REQUIREMENTS.

    Total Cooling Load (TC) ................86,000 Btuh

    Sensible Heat Capacity (SHC) ...........66,000 Btuh

    Temperature Air Entering

    Outdoor Unit (Edb) .........................95F

    Temperature Air-Entering Indoor

    Unit ..........................80Fedb/67 F ewb

    Indoor-Air Quantity ......................3,000 cfm

    External Static Pressure ................0.40 in. wg.

    Heating Load at Winter Design .........100,000 Btuh

    Temperature Air Entering Indoor Unit,

    Heating ..................................70F

    Winter Design, Outdoor .......................0°F

    II SELECT SYSTEM THAT SATISFIES LOAD

    REQUIREMENTS.

    Select heat pump systems to satisfy cooling design load

    requirements. Enter the Combination Ratings, Gross

    Capacities — Cooling table, page 11. At outdoor unit air

    entering temperature of 95 F, indoor unit air entering at

    3,000 cfm, and 80 edb/67 ewb, find that the system deliv-

    ers a TC of 89,000 Btuh and SHC of 67,400 Btuh at design

    conditions. These values satisfy the cooling requirements

    of the example shown.

    III DETERMINE THE HEATING CAPACITY OF SELECTED

    SYSTEM.

    Enter the Combination Ratings Net Capacities — Heating

    table on page 12. Under the 0° F column, read down to the

    70 F indoor-air section at 3,000 cfm and find an integrated

    heating capacity of 30,400 Btuh. The heating requirement

    is 100,000 Btuh, and the unit capacity is 30,400; therefore,

    69,600 Btuh of supplemental electric heat is needed.

    For this example, assume the electric heaters are supplied

    with 230 v. Refer to the Electric Heater Data—Indoor Units

    table, page 16. For this unit, find that the heater output for

    a 240-v, 25 kW (part no. CAELHEAT010A00) heater,

    derated to 230 v, is 78,300 Btuh. This satisfies the supple-

    mental heat requirements for the example described.

    IV DETERMINE FAN RPM AND BHP (brake horsepower).

    At the Indoor Unit Fan Performance Data table, page 12,

    enter the PF1B090 section at 3,000 cfm and move to

    External Static Pressure (ESP) 0.40 column. Note that the

    conditions require 645 rpm and .86 bhp.

    PF1B090 With Electric Heater Accessory

    10

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    PERFORMANCE DATA

    NOMINAL CAPACITIES

    OUTDOOR UNIT

    PH1S

    INDOOR UNIT

    PF1B

    AIRFLOW

    (Cfm)

    GROSS COOLING

    CAPACITY (Btuh)

    NET HEATING

    CAPACITY (Btuh)

    090 090 3000 89,000 83,000

    NOTES:

    1. Gross cooling capacity is based on 67 F wb, 80 F db air entering in-

    door unit and 95 F db air entering outdoor unit.

    2. Net heating capacity is based on 70 F db air entering indoor unit and

    47 F db, 43 F wb air entering outdoor unit. Includes indoor fan heat

    and defrost effects.

    INTEGRATED HEATING CAPACITIES

    OUTDOOR

    UNIT

    PH1S

    INDOOR

    UNIT

    PF1B

    AIRFLOW

    (Cfm)

    TEMPERATURE OF AIR ENTERING OUTDOOR UNIT (F db)

    -1001017203040475060

    Cap. kW Cap. kW Cap. kW Cap. kW Cap. kW Cap. kW Cap. kW Cap. kW Cap. kW Cap. kW

    090 090 3000 21.7 3.4 30.4 3.8 39.4 4.3 45.8 4.6 48.3 4.8 56.2 5.3 75.9 5.9 83.4 6.3 86.8 6.5 98.4 7.1

    LEGEND

    Cap. — Integrated Heating Capacity (1000 Btuh) — includes indoor-

    fan motor heat and effects of defrost.

    kW — Total Compressor Motor Power Input

    NOTES:

    1. To obtain total outdoor unit power, add outdoor fan kW shown to

    compressor draw: PH1S090 — .96 kW.

    2. Ratings are without supplementary heat and are based on 70 F db

    air entering indoor unit. Wet-bulb temperature entering outdoor unit

    varies with dry bulb; at 47 F db, wb is 43 F; at 17 F db, wb is 15 F.

    COMBINATION RATINGS

    GROSS CAPACITIES — COOLING

    PH1S090 WITH PF1B090

    Temp (F)

    Air Ent

    Outdoor

    Unit

    Airflow Air Entering Indoor Unit — Cfm/BF

    2250/0.09 3000/0.12 3750/0.14

    Temp Air Entering Indoor Unit — Ewb (F)

    72 67 62 72 67 62 72 67 62

    85

    TC 96.9 89.1 81.9 101.0 93.3 86.7 104.0 95.9 90.9

    SHC 48.7 60.5 72.2 53.8 69.0 82.9 58.5 76.6 90.2

    kW 6.44 6.24 6.06 6.54 6.34 6.18 6.60 6.41 6.27

    95

    TC 92.6 85.1 78.2 96.4 89.0 82.8 98.8 91.5 86.8

    SHC 47.1 58.9 70.3 52.2 67.4 80.6 56.8 75.0 86.8

    kW 7.03 6.80 6.58 7.14 6.93 6.73 7.21 7.00 6.86

    100

    TC 90.3 83.1 76.3 94.0 86.8 80.9 96.3 89.2 84.9

    SHC 46.2 58.0 69.4 51.3 66.5 79.4 55.9 74.0 84.9

    kW 7.32 7.07 6.84 7.44 7.21 7.00 7.51 7.29 7.14

    105

    TC 88.0 81.0 74.3 91.6 84.5 78.8 93.7 86.8 82.8

    SHC 45.3 57.2 68.4 50.5 65.6 78.0 55.1 73.1 82.8

    kW 7.60 7.34 7.08 7.74 7.48 7.26 7.81 7.57 7.41

    115

    TC 83.3 76.5 70.4 86.4 79.7 74.9 88.4 81.9 79.0

    SHC 43.6 55.4 66.4 48.7 63.7 74.9 53.3 71.1 79.0

    kW 8.17 7.86 7.58 8.30 8.01 7.79 8.39 8.11 7.98

    125

    TC 78.3 71.8 66.3 81.1 74.7 71.0 83.0 76.8 74.7

    SHC 41.8 53.5 64.1 46.9 61.8 71.0 51.5 68.9 74.7

    kW 8.71 8.36 8.05 8.86 8.52 8.32 8.95 8.63 8.51

    LEGEND

    BF — Bypass Factor

    Edb — Entering Dry Bulb

    Ewb — Entering Wet Bulb

    kW — Compressor Motor Power Input, Total

    Ldb — Leaving Dry Bulb

    Lwb — Leaving Wet Bulb

    SHC — Sensible Heat Capacity, Gross (1000 Btuh)

    TC — Total Capacity, Gross (1000 Btuh)

    NOTES:

    1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.

    2. SHC is based on 80 F db air entering indoor coil.

    Below 80 F db, subtract (Corr Factor x Cfm) from SHC.

    Above 80 F db, add (Corr Factor x Cfm) to SHC.

    BYPASS

    FACTOR

    ENTERING-AIR DRY-BULB TEMP (F)

    79 78 77 76 75 under 75

    81 82 83 84 85 over 85

    Correction Factor

    0.03 1.07 2.13 3.20 4.27 5.34

    Use formula

    given.

    0.06 1.03 2.07 3.10 4.14 5.17

    0.09 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.01

    0.12 0.97 1.94 2.90 3.87 4.84

    0.15 0.94 1.87 2.81 3.74 4.68

    Interpolation is permissible.

    Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 – BF) x (db – 80)

    3. Formulas:

    sensible heat capacity (Btuh)

    t=t–

    ldb edb

    1.10 x cfm

    t = wet-bulb temperature corresponding to enthalpy of air

    lwb

    leaving indoor coil (h )

    lwb

    total capacity (Btuh)

    h=h –

    lwb ewb

    4.5 x cfm

    where h = enthalpy of air entering indoor coil

    ewb

    4. Capacities are based on 25 actual ft (40 equivalent ft) of intercon-

    necting piping sized to the outdoor unit field connections. (Equivalent

    length is equal to the actual length plus a 50% allowance for fitting

    losses.)

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    PERFORMANCE DATA (cont)

    COMBINATION RATINGS (cont)

    NET CAPACITIES — HEATING

    PH1S090 WITH PF1B090

    Temp (F)

    Air Ent

    Indoor

    Unit

    Airflow

    (Cfm)

    Temp Air Entering Outdoor Unit (F)

    -100 1017203040475060

    60

    2250

    TH 26.2 35.2 44.6 51.7 54.5 64.9 76.2 83.5 86.1 94.9

    THI 24.1 32.3 41.0 47.1 49.4 56.9 76.2 83.5 86.1 94.9

    kW 3.27 3.70 4.16 4.51 4.65 5.18 5.80 6.21 6.36 6.85

    3000

    TH 27.9 37.1 46.9 54.0 57.0 67.7 79.2 86.2 88.1 94.4

    THI 25.6 34.1 43.0 49.3 51.7 59.4 79.2 86.2 88.1 94.4

    kW 3.24 3.64 4.07 4.38 4.51 4.99 5.56 5.88 5.97 6.25

    3750

    TH 29.1 38.5 48.4 55.8 58.7 69.6 80.5 86.6 89.0 97.0

    THI 26.8 35.4 44.5 50.8 53.3 60.9 80.5 86.6 89.0 97.0

    kW 3.22 3.60 4.01 4.30 4.42 4.87 5.35 5.61 5.71 6.05

    65

    2250

    TH 24.2 33.2 42.7 49.8 52.6 63.1 74.5 82.4 85.5 96.1

    THI 22.3 30.5 39.2 45.4 47.7 55.3 74.5 82.4 85.5 96.1

    kW 3.33 3.78 4.26 4.63 4.78 5.33 5.97 6.46 6.63 7.21

    3000

    TH 25.8 35.1 45.0 52.2 55.2 66.0 77.6 85.1 87.0 93.5

    THI 23.7 32.3 41.3 47.6 50.0 57.8 77.6 85.1 87.0 93.5

    kW 3.30 3.73 4.18 4.51 4.65 5.15 5.74 6.11 6.20 6.50

    3750

    TH 27.0 36.6 46.6 54.0 57.0 67.9 79.6 85.5 88.0 96.1

    THI 24.9 33.6 42.8 49.2 51.7 59.5 79.6 85.5 88.0 96.1

    kW 3.29 3.70 4.13 4.44 4.57 5.03 5.59 5.83 5.94 6.32

    70

    2250

    TH 22.1 31.1 40.7 47.7 50.7 61.1 72.5 80.6 84.4 97.1

    THI 20.3 28.6 37.3 43.5 45.9 53.6 72.5 80.6 84.4 97.1

    kW 3.39 3.86 4.36 4.74 4.90 5.48 6.14 6.63 6.88 7.71

    3000

    TH 23.6 33.0 43.0 50.3 53.2 64.1 75.9 83.4 86.8 98.4

    THI 21.7 30.4 39.4 45.8 48.3 56.2 75.9 83.4 86.8 98.4

    kW 3.37 3.81 4.29 4.64 4.78 5.31 5.90 6.30 6.49 7.14

    3750

    TH 24.8 34.5 44.6 52.1 55.1 66.1 78.0 84.9 87.5 96.0

    THI 22.8 31.7 41.0 47.5 50.0 57.9 78.0 84.9 87.5 96.0

    kW 3.35 3.78 4.24 4.57 4.70 5.20 5.76 6.08 6.21 6.62

    75

    2250

    TH 19.8 29.0 38.6 45.6 48.5 59.1 70.4 78.6 82.4 95.1

    THI 18.2 26.6 35.4 41.6 44.0 51.8 70.4 78.6 82.4 95.1

    kW 3.44 3.93 4.46 4.85 5.02 5.63 6.30 6.81 7.06 7.90

    3000

    TH 21.2 30.8 40.9 48.2 51.2 62.1 74.0 82.2 85.4 96.1

    THI 19.5 28.3 37.5 43.9 46.5 54.4 74.0 82.2 85.4 96.1

    kW 3.42 3.89 4.39 4.75 4.91 5.46 6.08 6.55 6.71 7.24

    3750

    TH 22.4 32.3 42.5 50.0 53.1 64.2 76.3 83.9 87.0 97.5

    THI 20.6 29.7 39.0 45.6 48.2 56.3 76.3 83.9 87.0 97.5

    kW 3.41 3.87 4.34 4.69 4.83 5.35 5.93 6.31 6.47 7.01

    LEGEND

    kW — Compressor Power

    TH — Total Heating Capacity (Net) (1000 Btuh)

    THI — Integrated Heating Capacity (Net) (1000 Btuh)

    INDOOR UNIT ACCESSORY COILS —

    HYDRONIC HEATING CAPACITIES

    UNIT

    PF1B

    AIRFLOW

    (Cfm)

    1-ROW

    STEAM*

    2-ROW

    HOT WATER COIL†

    Cap. Ldb Cap. Ldb Gpm PD

    090

    2,250

    3,000

    3,750

    168

    209

    240

    129

    123

    117

    174.0

    206.0

    238.0

    133

    124

    118

    17.4

    20.6

    23.8

    4.0

    5.2

    6.5

    LEGEND

    Cap. — Capacity (Btuh in thousands)

    Ldb — Leaving-Air Dry-Bulb Temp (F)

    PD — Pressure Drop (ft water)

    *Based on 5 psig steam, 60 F entering-air temperature. All steam coils are non-

    freeze type.

    †Based on 200 F entering water, 20 F water temperature drop, 60 F entering-air

    temperature.

    NOTES:

    1. Maximum operating limits for heating coils: 175 psig at 400 F.

    Capacity (Btuh)

    2. Leaving db = ent db (F) +

    1.1 x cfm

    3. See Heating Correction Factors table.

    INDOOR UNIT ACCESSORY COILS —

    HEATING CORRECTION FACTORS

    HOT WATER COIL

    Water Temp

    Drop

    (F)

    Ent Water

    Temp

    (F)

    Entering-Air Temp (F)

    40 50 60 70 80

    10

    140 0.72 0.64 0.57 0.49 0.41

    160 0.89 0.81 0.74 0.66 0.58

    180 1.06 0.98 0.90 0.83 0.75

    200 1.22 1.15 1.07 1.00 0.92

    220 1.39 1.32 1.24 1.17 1.09

    20

    140 0.64 0.57 0.49 0.41 0.33

    160 0.81 0.74 0.66 0.58 0.51

    180 0.98 0.91 0.83 0.75 0.68

    200 1.15 1.08 1.00 0.93 0.85

    220 1.32 1.25 1.17 1.10 1.02

    30

    140 0.56 0.49 0.41 0.33 0.24

    160 0.74 0.66 0.58 0.51 0.43

    180 0.91 0.83 0.76 0.68 0.60

    200 1.08 1.00 0.93 0.85 0.78

    220 1.25 1.18 1.10 1.03 0.95

    STEAM COIL

    Steam Pressure

    (psig)

    Entering-Air Temp (F)

    40 50 60 70 80

    0 1.06 0.98 0.91 0.85 0.78

    2 1.09 1.02 0.95 0.89 0.82

    5 1.13 1.06 1.00 0.93 0.87

    NOTE: Multiply capacity given in the Hydronic Heating Capacities table by the cor-

    rection factor for conditions at which unit is actually operating. Correct leaving-air

    temperature using formula in Note 2 of Hydronic Heating Capacities table.

    INDOOR UNIT FAN PERFORMANCE DATA — 0.0-1.2 ESP

    UNIT

    PF1B

    AIRFLOW

    (Cfm)

    EXTERNAL STATIC PRESSURE (in. wg)

    0.0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1.0 1.2

    Rpm Bhp Rpm Bhp Rpm Bhp Rpm Bhp Rpm Bhp Rpm Bhp Rpm Bhp

    090

    2,250 359 0.32 472 0.44 560 0.55 634 0.65 700 0.75 759 0.86 814 0.96

    2,600 415 0.45 516 0.57 599 0.68 669 0.79 732 0.90 790 1.01 843 1.11

    3,000 478 0.62 569 0.75 645 0.86 712 0.98 773 1.09 828 1.20 879 1.32

    3,400 542 0.82 624 0.95 695 1.08 758 1.20 815 1.31 869 1.43 918 1.55

    3,750 598 1.03 673 1.17 740 1.29 800 1.42 855 1.60 906 1.66 954 1.78

    LEGEND

    Bhp — Brake Horsepower Input to Fan

    ESP — External Static Pressure

    Bold indicates factory-installed motor and drive package.

    NOTES:

    1. Maximum allowable fan speed is 1200 rpm.

    2. Fan performance is based on deductions for wet coil, clean 2-in. filters, and unit

    casing. See page 13 for factory-supplied filter pressure drop.

    3. Refer to fan motor and drives tables, page 21 to complete the selection.

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    PERFORMANCE DATA (cont)

    INDOOR UNIT FAN PERFORMANCE DATA — 1.4-2.4 ESP

    UNIT

    PF1B

    AIRFLOW

    (Cfm)

    EXTERNAL STATIC PRESSURE (in. wg)

    1.4 1.6 1.8 2.0 2.2

    Rpm Bhp Rpm Bhp Rpm Bhp Rpm Bhp Rpm Bhp

    090

    2,250 865 1.06 913 1.16 958 1.27 1001 1.37 1042 1.47

    2,600 893 1.22 940 1.33 984 1.43 1027 1.54 1067 1.65

    3,000 928 1.43 973 1.54 1017 1.65 1058 1.76 1098 1.87

    3,400 965 1.66 1010 1.78 1052 1.89 1092 2.00 1131 2.12

    3,750 1000 1.90 1043 2.02 1084 2.13 1124 2.25 1162 2.37

    LEGEND

    Bhp — Brake Horsepower Input to Fan

    ESP — External Static Pressure

    NOTES:

    1. Maximum allowable fan speed is 1200 rpm.

    2. Fan performance is based on deductions for wet coil, clean 2-in.

    filters, and unit casing. See this page for factory-supplied filter pres-

    sure drop.

    INDOOR UNIT FIELD-SUPPLIED FILTER

    PRESSURE DROP (in. wg)

    UNIT

    PF1B

    AIRFLOW

    (Cfm)

    PRESSURE DROP

    (in. wg)

    090

    2,250

    3,000

    3,750

    0.07

    0.11

    0.15

    ACCESSORY PLENUM AIR THROW DATA —

    INDOOR UNITS (Ft)

    UNIT

    PF1B

    AIRFLOW

    (Cfm)

    VANE DEFLECTION

    Straight 22

    1

    2

    ° 45°

    090 3,000 45 38 28

    NOTE: Throw distances shown are for 75 fpm terminal velocity. Use

    the multipliers below to determine throw values for other terminal

    velocities.

    TERMINAL VELOCITY

    (Fpm)

    THROW FACTOR

    50 X 1.50

    100 X 0.75

    150 X 0.50

    ACCESSORY PRESSURE DROP — INDOOR UNIT

    (in. wg)

    UNIT

    PF1B

    AIRFLOW

    (Cfm)

    DISCHARGE

    PLENUM

    RETURN AIR

    GRILLE

    HEATING COILS

    ECONOMIZER

    Hot Water Steam Electric

    090

    2,250

    3,000

    3,750

    0.09

    0.14

    0.21

    0.01

    0.02

    0.03

    0.15

    0.23

    0.35

    0.15

    0.23

    0.35

    0.06

    0.10

    0.15

    0.06

    0.09

    0.15

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    TYPICAL PIPING AND WIRING

    LEGEND

    LLSV — Liquid Line Solenoid Valve

    NEC — National Electrical Code

    TXV — Thermostatic Expansion Valve

    *Accessory item.

    †Field supplied.

    NOTES:

    1. All piping must follow standard refrigerant piping techniques.

    2. All wiring must comply with applicable local and national codes.

    3. Wiring and piping shown are general points-of-connection guides

    only and are not intended for, or to include all details for, a

    specific installation.

    4. Bi-flow liquid line solenoid valve (solenoid drop control) is recom-

    mended to prevent refrigerant migration to the compressor.

    5. Filter drier must be bi-flow type suited for heat pump duty.

    6. Internal factory-supplied TXV and check valve not shown.

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    ELECTRICAL DATA

    OUTDOOR UNIT

    UNIT V-PH-HZ

    VOLTAGE RANGE COMPR FAN MOTORS POWER SUPPLY

    Min Max LRA RLA

    No. of

    Fans

    FLA

    Min Ckt

    Amps

    MOCP

    (Amps)

    PH1S090

    208/230-3-60 187 254 160 31.5 1 3.1 42.5 50

    460-3-60 414 508 80 15.7 1 1.4 21.0 25

    LEGEND

    FLA — Full Load Amps

    LRA — Locked Rotor Amps

    MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection (Fuse Only)

    RLA — Rated Load Amps

    INDOOR UNIT

    UNIT

    PF1B

    V*-PH-HZ

    VOLTAGE

    LIMITS

    FAN MOTOR POWER SUPPLY

    Hp FLA

    Minimum

    Circuit

    Amps

    MOCP

    (Amps)

    090

    208/230-1-60 187-253 2.4 11.0 13.8 20

    208/230-3-60 187-253 2.4 5.8 7.3 15

    460-3-60 414-528 2.4 2.6 3.3 15

    LEGEND

    FLA — Full Load Amps

    Hp — Horsepower

    MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection

    *Motors are designed for satisfactory operation within 10% of nominal voltages shown.

    Voltages should not exceed the limits shown in the Voltage Limits column.

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    ELECTRICAL DATA (cont)

    ELECTRIC HEATER DATA — INDOOR UNIT

    HEATER

    PART NO.

    V-Ph-Hz

    FAN

    MOTOR

    ELECTRIC HEATER(S)

    MCA* MOCP*

    Nom.

    Cap.

    (kW)

    Actual Capacity (kW)

    FLA

    Hp FLA Stage 1 Stage 2 Total

    CAELHEAT001A00

    208-3-60

    2.4† 11.0 5 3.8 — 3.8 10.4 26.8 35

    2.4 5.8 5 3.8 — 3.8 10.4 20.3 25

    240-3-60

    2.4† 11.0 5 5.0 — 5.0 12.0 26.8 35

    2.4 5.8 5 5.0 — 5.0 12.0 22.3 25

    CAELHEAT004A00

    208-3-60

    2.4† 11.0 10 7.5 — 7.5 20.8 39.8 45

    2.4 5.8 10 7.5 — 7.5 20.8 33.3 35

    240-3-60

    2.4† 11.0 10 10.0 — 10.0 24.1 43.8 45

    2.4 5.8 10 10.0 — 10.0 24.1 37.3 40

    CAELHEAT005A00 480-3-60 2.4 2.6 10 10.0 — 10.0 12.0 18.3 20

    CAELHEAT007A00

    208-3-60

    2.4† 11.0 15 11.3 — 11.3 31.3 52.8 60

    2.4 5.8 15 11.3 — 11.3 31.3 46.3 50

    240-3-60

    2.4† 11.0 15 15.0 — 15.0 36.1 58.9 60

    2.4 5.8 15 15.0 — 15.0 36.1 52.4 60

    CAELHEAT008A00 480-3-60 2.4 2.6 15 15.0 — 15.0 18.0 25.8 30

    CAELHEAT010A00

    208-3-60

    2.4 5.8 25 11.3 7.5 18.8 52.1 72.4 80

    2.4† 11.0 25 11.3 7.5 18.8 52.1 78.9 80

    240-3-60

    2.4 5.8 25 15.0 10.0 25.0 60.1 82.4 90

    2.4† 11.0 25 15.0 10.0 25.0 60.1 88.9 90

    CAELHEAT011A00 480-3-60 2.4 2.6 25 15.0 10.0 25.0 30.1 40.8 45

    CAELHEAT013A00

    208-3-60

    2.4 5.8 35 15.0 11.3 26.3 73.0 98.5 100

    2.4† 11.0 35 15.0 11.3 26.3 73.0 105.0 110

    240-3-60

    2.4 5.8 35 20.0 15.0 35.0 84.2 112.5 125

    2.4† 11.0 35 20.0 15.0 35.0 84.2 119.0 125

    CAELHEAT014A00 480-3-60 2.4 2.6 35 20.0 15.0 35.0 42.1 55.9 60

    LEGEND

    ETL — Engineering Testing Laboratory

    FLA — Full Load Amps

    Hp — Horsepower

    MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps

    MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection (Amps)

    Nom. Cap. — Nominal Capacity

    *Values shown are for single-point connection of electric heat accessory

    and air handler.

    †Single-phase motors. All other motors are 3-phase.

    NOTES:

    1. Electrical resistance heaters are rated at 208 v, 240 v, and 480 v. To

    determine heater capacity (kW) at unit nameplate voltage, multiply

    the 208-v, 240-v, or 480-v capacity (kW) by the factor shown in the

    table at right for the unit voltage.

    FAN CONTACTOR COIL — INDOOR UNIT

    UNIT PF1B VOLTAGE (vac) MAX HOLDING VA

    090 24 10

    HEATER

    RATING

    VOLTAGE

    ACTUAL HEATER VOLTAGE

    200 208 230 240 400 440 460 480

    208 .924 1 1.222 1.331 — — — —

    240 .694 .751 .918 1 — — — —

    480 — — — — .694 .840 .918 1

    2. The following equation converts kW of heat energy to Btuh:

    kW x 3,412 = Btuh.

    3. Heater contactor coils are 24 v and require 8 va holding current.

    4. Electric heaters are tested and ETL approved at maximum total

    external static pressure of 1.9 in. wg.

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    CONTROLS

    SEQUENCE OF OPERATION — PH1S090 OUTDOOR UNIT

    WITH PF1B090 INDOOR UNIT — When power is supplied to

    unit, the transformer (TRAN) is energized. The crankcase

    heater is also energized.

    Cooling — With the thermostat subbase in the cooling position,

    and when the space temperature comes within 2° F of the cool-

    ing set point, the thermostat makes circuit R-O. This energizes

    the reversing valve solenoid (RVS) and places the unit in

    standby condition for cooling.

    As the space temperature continues to rise, the second stage of

    the thermostat makes, closing circuit R-Y. When compressor

    time delay (5 ± 2 minutes) is completed, a circuit is made to con-

    tactor (C), starting the compressor (COMP) and outdoor-fan

    motor (OFM). Circuit R-G is made at the same time, energizing

    the indoor-fan contactor (IFC) and starting the indoor-fan motor

    (IFM) after one-second delay.

    When the thermostat is satisfied, contacts open, deenergizing

    C. The COMP, IFM, and OFM stop.

    Heating — On a call for heat, thermostat makes circuits R-Y

    and R-G. When compressor time delay (5 ± 2 minutes) is com-

    pleted, a circuit is made to C, starting COMP and OFM. Circuit

    R-G also energizes IFC and starts IFM after a 1-second delay.

    Should room temperature continue to fall, circuit R-W is made

    through second-stage thermostat bulb. If optional electric heat

    package is used, a relay is energized, bringing on supplemental

    electric heat. When thermostat is satisfied, contacts open,

    deenergizing contactor and relay; motors and heaters

    deenergize.

    Defrost — Defrost board (DB) is a time and temperature con-

    trol, which includes a field-selectable time period between

    checks for frost (30, 50, and 90 minutes). Electronic timer and

    defrost cycle start only when contactor is energized and defrost

    thermostat (DFT) is closed (below 28 F [−2.2 C]).

    Defrost mode is identical to Cooling mode, except outdoor-fan

    motor (OFM) stops and a bank of supplemental electric heat

    turns on to warm air supplying the conditioned space. Defrost

    mode is terminated when the DFT reaches 65 F (18.3 C).

    TYPICAL CONTROL WIRING SCHEMATIC

    LEGEND

    AWG — American Wire Gage

    C—Contactor Compressor

    CB — Circuit Breaker (Compressor)

    CH — Crankcase Heater

    CLO — Compressor Lockout

    COMP — Compressor Motor

    COTP — Compressor Over

    Temperature Protection

    CTD — Compressor Time Delay

    DB — Defrost Board

    DFT — Defrost Thermostat

    EQUIP GND — Equipment Ground

    HC — Heater Connector

    HPS — High-Pressure Switch

    HR — Heater Relay

    HTR — Heater

    IFC — Indoor-Fan Contactor

    IFM — Indoor-Fan Motor

    LCS — Loss-of-Charge Switch

    LLSV — Liquid Line Solenoid Valve

    NEC — National Electrical Code

    OFC — Outdoor-Fan Contactor

    OFM — Outdoor-Fan Motor

    OL — Overload Relay

    PCB — Printed Circuit Board

    RVS — Reversing Valve Solenoid

    TB — Terminal Block

    TRAN — Transformer

    T’STAT — Thermostat

    Terminal Block Connection

    Terminal (Unmarked)

    Terminal (Marked)

    Field Splice

    Factory Splice

    Splice (Marked)

    Factory Wiring

    Field Control Wiring

    Accessory or Optional Wiring

    Field Power Wiring

    PCB Run

    NOTES (PH1S090 Unit)

    1. If any of the original wire furnished must be replaced, it must be re-

    placed with type 90 C wire or its equivalent.

    2. Set heat anticipator at .6.

    3. Use copper conductors only.

    4. Three-phase motors are protected under primary single-phasing

    conditions.

    5. The CLO locks out the compressor to prevent short cycling on com-

    pressor overload and safety devices. Before replacing CLO, check

    these devices.

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    TYPICAL CONTROL WIRING SCHEMATIC (cont)

    PH1S090 — 208/230-3-60, 460-3-60

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    TYPICAL CONTROL WIRING SCHEMATIC (cont)

    APPLICATION DATA

    OPERATING LIMITS

    Maximum cooling load ...........................115F

    Minimum return-air temperature ....................55F

    Maximum return-air temperature ....................95F

    Maximum outdoor-air operating

    temperature in heating ..........................75F

    Minimum outdoor-air operating

    temperature in heating ........................−20F

    Range of acceptable saturation suction

    temperature..............................25to55F

    Maximum discharge temperature ..................275F

    Minimum discharge superheat .....................60°F

    Maximum indoor unit fan speed ................1200 rpm

    GENERAL

    Select equipment to match or to be slightly less than peak load.

    This provides better humidity control, less unit cycling, and less

    part-load operation. Equipment should be selected to perform at

    no less than 300 cfm/ton.

    The indoor unit fan must always be operating when the outdoor

    unit is operating.

    Ductwork should be sized according to indoor unit size, not

    building load.

    PF1B

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    APPLICATION DATA (cont)

    LIQUID LINE SOLENOID VALVE (PH1S090 only)

    Addition of a liquid solenoid valve (LLSV) is recommended

    when the piping system length exceeds 75 feet. The LLSV must

    be a bi-flow type suited for use in heat pump systems.

    The recommended valve is Sporlan model CB14S2 (5/8-in.

    ODF, 7/8-in. ODM). This solenoid valve requires Sporlan part

    no. MKC-2 coils that must be purchased locally. Wire the sole-

    noid valve in parallel with the compressor contactor coil.

    The LLSV must be installed at the outdoor unit with the flow ar-

    row pointed toward the outdoor unit (in-flow direction for the

    heating mode.)

    MINIMUM OUTDOOR-AIR

    OPERATING TEMPERATURE*

    UNIT

    PH1S

    COMPR

    CAP. (%)

    SATURATED

    CONDENSING

    TEMP (F)

    MINIMUM OUTDOOR

    TEMPERATURE (F)

    Std Unit

    Head Pressure

    Control

    090 100 95 55 220

    *Applies to cooling mode of operation only.

    REFRIGERANT CHARGE AND

    PIPING SELECTION DATA*

    OUTDOOR

    UNIT

    PH1S

    LENGTH OF PIPING (ft)†

    MAXIMUM

    LIQUID

    LINE

    (in. OD)

    0-25 26-60 61-100

    Line Size (in. OD)

    LVLVLV

    090

    1

    2

    1

    1

    8

    5

    8

    1

    1

    8

    5

    8

    1

    1

    8

    5

    8

    APPROXIMATE SYSTEM

    CHARGE. R-22 (lb)**

    MAXIMUM

    CHARGE

    090 19.5 26 32 35

    L—Liquid Line

    V—Vapor Line

    *If there is a vertical separation between indoor and outdoor units, see

    Maximum Vertical Separation table.

    †Approximately 4 elbows assumed in determining pipe sizes.

    Maximum length of interconnecting piping is 100 feet.

    **Approximate system charge is for estimating only. It includes charge

    requirements for one outdoor unit, matching indoor coil, and length of

    interconnecting piping shown. System should be charged in accor-

    dance with installation instructions.

    MAXIMUM VERTICAL SEPARATION*

    OUTDOOR UNIT

    PH1S

    INDOOR UNIT

    PF1B

    DISTANCE (FT)

    Indoor Unit

    Above Outdoor Unit Below Outdoor Unit

    090 090 65 75

    *Vertical distance between indoor and outdoor units.

    FACTORY-INSTALLED NOZZLE AND DISTRIBUTOR DATA — INDOOR UNIT

    UNIT

    PF1B

    TXV

    Qty...Part No.

    DISTRIBUTOR

    Qty...Part No.

    FEEDER TUBES

    PER DISTRIBUTOR

    Qty...Size (in.)

    NOZZLE

    Qty...Part No.

    090 1...SVE-8 1...1657 15...

    1

    4

    1...C6

    20

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    APPLICATION DATA (cont)

    STANDARD FAN MOTOR DATA — INDOOR UNIT

    208/230-1-60, 208/230-3-60 AND 460-3-60 MOTORS

    UNIT

    PF1B

    090

    Speed (rpm) 1725

    Hp 2.4

    Frame (NEMA) 56Y

    Shaft Dia (in.)

    5

    8

    LEGEND

    NEMA — National Electrical Manufacturers Association

    STANDARD DRIVE DATA — INDOOR UNIT

    UNIT

    PF1B

    090

    MOTOR DRIVE

    Motor Pulley Pitch Diameter 2.8-3.8

    Pulley Factory Setting

    Full Turns Open

    2.5

    FAN DRIVE

    Pulley Pitch Dia (in.) 8.8

    Pulley Bore (in.) 1

    Belt No. — Section 1—A

    Belt Pitch (in.) 41.3

    FAN SPEEDS (rpm)

    Factory Setting 647

    Range 549-745

    Max Allowable Speed 1200

    Change per

    1

    2

    Turn of

    Moveable Motor Pulley

    Flange

    19.6

    MAX FULL TURNS FROM

    CLOSED POSITION

    5

    SHAFTS CENTER DISTANCE

    (in.)

    10.44-

    12.32

    FIELD-SUPPLIED AND INSTALLED MEDIUM-STATIC

    DRIVE DATA

    UNIT

    PF1B

    090

    MOTOR DRIVE

    Motor Pulley Pitch Diameter 3.4-4.4

    FAN DRIVE

    Pulley Pitch Dia (in.) 8.0

    Pulley Bore (in.) 1

    Belt No. — Section 1—A

    Belt Pitch (in.) 40.3

    FAN SPEEDS (rpm)

    Range 733-949

    Max Allowable Speed 1200

    Change per

    1

    2

    Turn of

    Moveable Motor Pulley

    Flange

    21.6

    MAX FULL TURNS FROM

    CLOSED POSITION

    5

    SHAFTS CENTER DISTANCE

    (in.)

    10.44-

    12.32

    FIELD-SUPPLIED AND INSTALLED HIGH-STATIC

    DRIVE DATA

    UNIT

    PF1B

    090

    MOTOR DRIVE

    Motor Pulley Pitch Diameter 3.4-4.4

    FAN DRIVE

    Pulley Pitch Dia (in.) 6.0

    Pulley Bore (in.) 1

    Belt No. — Section 1—A

    Belt Pitch (in.) 37.3

    FAN SPEEDS (rpm)

    Range 978-1200

    Max Allowable Speed 1200

    Change per

    1

    2

    Turn of

    Moveable Motor Pulley

    Flange

    28.7

    MAX FULL TURNS FROM

    CLOSED POSITION

    5

    SHAFTS CENTER DISTANCE

    (in.)

    10.44-

    12.32

    IMPORTANT: Do not adjust rpm so that motor is overloaded.

    21

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    GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS — PH1S090 OUTDOOR UNIT

    SPLIT-SYSTEM HEAT PUMP OUTDOOR UNIT

    HVAC GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS— SECTION 15678

    SIZE RANGE: 50,000 to 83,000 Nominal Btuh Heating

    7

    1

    2

    Nominal Tons Cooling

    MODEL NUMBER: PH1S090

    PART 1 — GENERAL

    1.01 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

    A. Outdoor-mounted, electrically controlled, air-cooled split

    system heat pump unit utilizing a reciprocating-type semi-

    hermetic compressor for refrigerant compression. Unit

    shall function as the outdoor component of an air-to-air

    electric heat pump system.

    B. Unit shall be used in a refrigerant circuit to match Pack-

    aged Air-Handling Unit, Section 15859, for matched sys-

    tem approved by manufacturer.

    1.02 QUALITY ASSURANCE

    A. Unit performance shall be certified in accordance with ARI

    Standards 210/240 and 270, latest versions.

    B. The refrigerant coil shall be designed and tested in accor-

    dance with ASHRAE 15 Safety Code for Mechanical

    Refrigeration.

    C. Unit shall be constructed in accordance with UL and UL,

    Canada regulations and shall carry the UL and UL,

    Canada labels of approval. Units shall be manufactured in

    a facility registered to the ISO 9002 manufacturing quality

    standard.

    D. Coil leak testing shall be at 300 psig air pressure with the

    coil submerged in water. After testing, the coil shall be de-

    hydrated and charged with dry air.

    E. Unit casing shall be capable of withstanding Federal Test

    Method Standard No. 141 (method 6061) 500-hour salt

    spray test.

    1.03 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING

    Unit shall be stored and handled in accordance with unit

    manufacturer’s instructions.

    PART 2 — PRODUCTS

    2.01 EQUIPMENT

    A. General:

    Outdoor-mounted, air-cooled split system heat pump unit

    shall be suitable for on-the-ground or rooftop installation

    on a full level pad or on raised pads at each support point.

    The unit shall consist of a semi-hermetic reciprocating

    compressor, a fin-tube coil, propeller-type fan, fan motor,

    refrigeration control devices, and a control box. All com-

    ponents shall be factory assembled as a single unit. A

    holding charge of R-22 shall be included. Units shall be

    used in a refrigeration circuit matched with a PF1B090

    packaged air-handling unit.

    B. Unit Cabinet:

    1. Cabinet shall be constructed of galvanized steel,

    bonderized, and finished with baked enamel.

    2. Fan venturi housings and guards shall be assembled

    on the unit.

    3. A removable panel shall be provided for access to

    compressor and control compartments.

    4. A refrigerant accumulator with a fusible plug relief

    shall be installed in the cabinet.

    5. Lifting holes shall be provided to facilitate rigging.

    C. Fan:

    1. Propeller fan shall be directly driven by weather-proof

    motors. Fan motor bearings shall be permanently

    lubricated.

    2. Fan shall be arranged for vertical discharge.

    D. Compressor/Motor Assembly:

    1. Semi-hermetic, reciprocating-type compressor shall

    be complete with a motor and oil pump all on a single

    polished crankshaft.

    2. Motor stator winding shall be NEMA Class F rated,

    suitable for operation in a refrigerant atmosphere.

    3. Oil pump shall be automatically reversible.

    4. Casing shall include discharge shutoff valves, oil level

    control orifice, oil-pressure regulating valve, and a

    crankcase oil heater.

    5. Suction and discharge manifold valves shall be Swed-

    ish steel, reed-type flapper valves.

    6. Pistons and connecting rods shall be high-density alu-

    minum alloy castings. Pistons shall be equipped with

    automotive-type compression and oil scraper rings.

    7. Pump-end bearing shall be cast aluminum. Motor-end

    bearing shall be steel-backed, tin-base babbit type.

    8. Compressor assembly shall be installed on spring vi-

    bration isolators.

    E. Coil:

    Coil shall have copper tubes, aluminum plate fins, and

    galvanized steel tube sheets. The fins shall be bonded to

    tubes by mechanical expansion. Coil shall be circuited for

    subcooling in cooling mode operation.

    For refrigerant control, the unit shall be equipped with a

    liquid line, suction line, and compressor discharge service

    valves. The unit shall include an accumulator with a fus-

    ible plug relief and a reversing valve for effective heat

    pump operation. Each unit system shall have 3 service

    ports: one on the suction line, one on the liquid line, and

    one on the compressor discharge line. Each port shall be

    capped for leaktightness.

    F. Controls and Safeties:

    Operating controls and safeties shall be factory selected,

    assembled, and tested. Minimum control functions shall

    be as listed below:

    1. Controls:

    a. Time-delay restart control to prevent compressor

    short-cycling.

    b. Defrost control to consist of a time and tempera-

    ture activated system that initiates defrost mode

    at selectable intervals of 30, 50, or 90 minutes in

    response to a temperature signal.

    2. Safeties:

    a. High discharge pressure cutout switch.

    b. Loss-of-charge cutout switch.

    c. Compressor motor current and temperature over-

    load cutouts.

    d. Five-minute recycle protection to prevent com-

    pressor short cycling.

    e. Device to hold the compressor off-line until

    manual reset at the thermostat when any of the

    following are tripped: High discharge pressure,

    high compressor motor temperature, or loss of

    charge.

    22

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    GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS — PH1S090 OUTDOOR UNIT (cont)

    G. Electrical Requirements:

    1. Factory supplied and installed transformer shall pro-

    vide 24 v control voltage.

    2. All power and control circuit wiring shall comply with

    local and national codes.

    H. Special Features:

    1. MotormasterT III Head Pressure Control:

    Control shall vary the fan motor speed in response to

    the saturated condensing temperature of the unit. The

    control shall be capable of maintaining a condensing

    temperature of 100 F 6 10 F with outdoor tempera-

    ture at −20 F.

    2. Outdoor Thermostat:

    Adjustable control shall activate electric heaters

    in stages to provide supplemental heat. Range:

    −30Fto90F.

    3. 24-V Thermostat and Subbase:

    Thermostat/subbase shall provide control of space

    temperature by allowing selection of heating or

    cooling, and continuous or automatic fan operation.

    4. Coil Guard:

    Grille shall protect condenser coil from damage by

    large objects or vandalism.

    5. Hail Guard:

    Guard shall protect unit against damage from damage

    by hail or flying debris.

    23

  • Page 24:

    GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS — INDOOR UNIT

    SPLIT SYSTEM HEAT PUMP INDOOR UNIT

    (Air-Handling Unit)

    HVAC GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS— Section 15859

    SIZE RANGE: 3,000 Cfm, Nominal Airflow

    7

    1

    2

    Tons, Nominal Cooling

    MODEL NUMBER: PF1B

    PART 1 — GENERAL

    1.01 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

    A. Indoor, packaged air-handling unit for use in commercial

    heat pump split systems. Unit shall have a multi-position

    design and shall be capable of horizontal or vertical instal-

    lation on a floor or in a ceiling, with or without ductwork.

    (Only vertical units are to be applied without ductwork.)

    Unit shall function as the indoor component of an air-to-air

    electric heat pump system.

    B. Unit shall be used in a refrigerant circuit with a matching

    air-cooled condensing unit, section 15678, for matched

    system approved by manufacturer.

    1.02 QUALITY ASSURANCE

    A. All coils shall be designed and tested in accordance with

    ASHRAE 15 Safety Code for Mechanical Refrigeration,

    latest edition.

    B. Unit shall be constructed in accordance with ETL and

    ETL, Canada standards and shall carry the ETL and ETL,

    Canada labels.

    C. Unit insulation and adhesive shall comply with NFPA-90A

    requirements for flame spread and smoke generation. In-

    sulation shall contain an EPA-registered immobilized an-

    timicrobial agent to effectively resist the growth of

    bacteria and fungi as proven by tests in accordance with

    ASTM standards G21 and 22.

    D. Unit shall be manufactured in a facility registered to the

    ISO 9002 manufacturing quality standard.

    E. Direct-expansion coils shall be burst tested at 435 psi and

    leak tested at 150 psi.

    1.03 DELIVERY AND STORAGE

    Units shall be stored and handled per manufacturer’s

    recommendations.

    PART 2 — PRODUCTS

    2.01 EQUIPMENT

    Indoor mounted, draw-thru, packaged air-handling unit

    that can be used with or without ductwork in a suspended

    horizontal configuration or free-standing vertical configu-

    ration. Unit shall be indoor component of a heat pump sys-

    tem. Unit shall consist of forward-curved belt-driven

    centrifugal fan, motor and drive assembly, prewired fan

    motor contactor, factory-installed refrigerant metering de-

    vice, bypass check valve, cooling coil, 2-in. disposable air

    filters, and condensate drain pans for vertical or horizontal

    configurations.

    A. Base Unit:

    1. Cabinet shall be constructed of mill-galvanized steel.

    2. Cabinet panels shall be fully insulated with

    1

    2

    -in. fire-

    retardant material. Insulation shall contain an EPA-

    registered immobilized antimicrobial agent to

    effectively resist the growth of bacteria and fungi as

    proven by tests in accordance with ASTM stand-

    ards G21 and 22.

    3. Unit shall contain PVC condensate drain pans for both

    vertical and horizontal applications. Drain pans shall

    have connections on right and left sides of unit to fa-

    cilitate field connection. Drain pans shall have the abil-

    ity to be sloped toward the right or left side of the unit

    to prevent standing water from accumulating in pans.

    4. Unit shall have factory-supplied 2-in. throwaway-type

    filters installed upstream from the cooling coil. Filter

    access shall be from either the right or left side of the

    unit.

    B. Coils:

    1. Coils shall consist of 3 rows of copper tubes with sine-

    wave aluminum fins bonded to the tubes by mechani-

    cal expansion. Coil tubing shall be internally rifled to

    maximize heat transfer. Refrigerant line connections

    shall be made on the same side of the coil.

    2. Coils shall feature factory-installed thermostatic ex-

    pansion valve (TXV) for refrigerant control. The TXV

    shall be capable of external adjustment.

    3. Coils shall have a factory-installed bypass line and

    check valve assembly around the TXV to allow liquid

    flow from the coil to the outdoor unit during the heating

    mode.

    C. Operating Characteristics:

    Unit shall be capable of providing

    cfm airflow at

    an external static pressure of

    in wg.

    D. Motor:

    Fan motor of the size and electrical characteristics speci-

    fied on the equipment schedule shall be factory supplied

    and installed.

    E. Field-Installed Accessories:

    1. Hot Water Coil:

    Coil shall be 2-row, U-bend coil with copper tubes and

    aluminum plate fins bonded to the tubes by mechani-

    cal expansion. Coil shall be mounted in a galvanized

    steel housing that shall be fastened to the unit’s fan

    deck for blow-thru heating operation. Coil shall have

    maximum working pressure of 150 psig.

    2. Steam Distributing Coil:

    Coil shall consist of one row of copper tubes with alu-

    minum plate fins, and shall have inner steam distrib-

    uting tubes. Coil shall be mounted in a galvanized

    steel housing and shall be fastened to the unit’s fan

    deck for blow-thru heating operation. Coil shall have

    maximum working pressure of 175 psig at 400 F.

    3. Electric Heaters:

    Heaters for nominal 240 or 480 3-phase, 60 Hz power

    supply shall be factory-supplied for field installation as

    shown on the equipment drawings. Electric heat as-

    sembly shall be ETL and ETL, Canada agency ap-

    proved, and shall have single-point power wiring.

    Heater assembly shall include contactors with 24-v

    coils, power wiring, 24-v control wiring terminal blocks,

    and a hinged access panel.

    4. Air Discharge Plenum:

    Plenum shall be factory supplied to provide free-blow

    air distribution for vertical floor-mounted units. A grille

    with moveable vanes for horizontal or vertical airflow

    adjustment shall be included. Plenum housing shall be

    field-installed on the unit’s fan deck for blow-thru air

    distribution.

    24

  • Page 25:

    GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS — INDOOR UNIT (cont)

    5. Return Air Grille:

    Grille shall be factory supplied for field installation on

    the unit’s return air opening.

    6. Unit Subbase:

    Subbase assembly shall be factory supplied for field

    installation. Subbase shall elevate floor-mounted ver-

    tical units to provide access for correct condensate

    drain connection.

    7. Economizer:

    Economizer for ventilation or ‘‘free’’ cooling shall be

    factory provided for field installation. For free cooling

    applications, economizer shall be compatible with

    factory-supplied thermostat; economizer dampers

    shall open when outdoor air enthalpy is suitable for

    free cooling. Economizer shall include enthalpy con-

    trol and damper actuator.

    8. Overhead Suspension Package:

    Package shall include necessary brackets to support

    units in a horizontal ceiling installation.

    25

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    Copyright 1998 Payne Heating & Cooling

    SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

    UNIT MUST BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE

    WITH INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

    Printed in U.S.A. 3/98 CATALOG NO. 52PH-1S0

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