Payne PH3G----A Manual, Product Data

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1
Product Data
P H 3 G -- -- A
SINGLE PACKAGED HEAT PUMP SYSTEM WITH
R--410A REFRIGERANT
SINGLE AND THREE PHASE
2 -- 5 NOMINAL TONS (SIZES 24--60)
A09183
Fig. 1 -- Unit PH3G----A
Single--Packaged Products with Energy --Saving Features and
R--410A refrigerant.
S Up to 13.5 SEER
S Up to 7.7 HSPF
S Up to 11.5 EER at 95_FOD
S Factory--Installed TXV
S ECM Motor-- Standard
S Dehumidification Feature
FEATURES/BENEFITS
One--piece Heat Pump unit with optional electric heater, low
installation cost, dependable performance and easy maintenance.
Efficient operation High--efficiency design with SEERs
(Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) of up to 13.5.
Easy Installation
Factory--assembled package is a compact, fully self--contained,
heat pump unit that is prewired, pre--piped, and pre--charged for
minimum installation expense. These units are available in a
variety of standard capacity ranges with voltage options to meet
residential and light commercial requirements. Units are
lightweight and install easily on a rooftop or at ground level. The
high tech composite base eliminates rust problems associated with
ground level applications.
Innovative Unit Base Design
On the inside a high--tech composite material will not rust and
incorporates a sloped drain pan which improves drainage and helps
inhibit mold, algae and bacterial growth. On the outside metal base
rails provide added stability as well as easier handling and rigging.
Durable, dependable components Compressors are designed
for high efficiency . Each compressor is hermetically sealed against
contamination to help promote longer life and dependable
operation. Each compressor also has vibration isolation to provide
quieter operation. All compressors have internal high pressure and
overcurrent protection.
ECM Motor is standard on all PH3G ---- A models. Direct--drive,
PSC (Permanent Split Capacitor)condenser-- fan motors are
designed to help reduce energy consumption and provide for
cooling operation down to 40_F(4.4_C) outdoor temperature.
MotormasterR II low ambient kit is available as a field installed
accessory.
Thermostat controls designed to work as a system with Payne’s
small packaged product.
Thermostatic Expansion Valve -- A hard shutoff, balance port
TXV maintains a constant superheat at the evaporator exit (cooling
cycle) resulting in higher overall system efficiency.
Refrigerant system is designed to provide dependability. Liquid
filter driers are used to promote clean, unrestricted operation. Each
unit leaves the factory with a full refrigerant charge. Refrigerant
service connections make checking operating pressures easier.
High and Low Pressure Switches provide added reliability for the
compressor.
Indoor and Outdoor coils are computer-- designed for optimum
heat transfer and efficiency. The indoor coil is fabricated from
copper tube and aluminum fins and is located inside the unit for
protection against damage. The outdoor coil is internally mounted
on the top tier of the unit.
Low sound ratings ensure a quiet indoor and outdoor
environment.
Easy to service cabinets provide easy 3--panel accessibility to
serviceable components during maintenance and installation. The
base with integrated drain pan provides easy ground level
installation with a mounting pad. A nesting feature ensures a
positive basepan to roof curb seal when the unit is roof mounted. A
convenient 3/4--in. (19.05 mm) wide perimeter flange makes frame
mounting on a rooftop easy.
Convertible duct configuration
Unit is designed for use in either downflow or horizontal
applications. Each unit can be converted from horizontal to
downflow and includes two horizontal duct covers. Downflow
operation is provided in the field to allow vertical ductwork
connections. The basepan seals on the bottom openings to ensure a
positive seal in the vertical airflow mode.
Cabinets are constructed of heavyduty, phosphated, zinc-- coated
prepainted steel capable of withstanding 500 hours in salt spray.
Interior surfaces of the evaporator and electric heater
compartments are insulated with cleanable semi--rigid insulation
board, which keeps the conditioned air from being affected by the
outdoor ambient temperature and provides improved indoor air
quality. (Conforms to American Society of Heating, Refrigeration
and Air Conditioning Engineers No. 62P.) The sloped drain pan
minimizes standing water in the drain. An external drain is
provided.
Short--Cycling protection for the compressor is incorporated into
our defrost control board ensuring a five minute delay (+/-- 2
minutes) before restarting compressor after shutdown for any
reason.





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TABLE OF CONTENTS
FEATURES/BENEFITS 1...............................
MODEL NUMBER NOMENCLATURE 2.................
AHRI CAPACITIES 3..................................
PHYSICAL DATA 4...................................
OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES 5.......................
BASE UNIT DIMENSIONS 7 --8.........................
ROOF CURB ACCESSORY DIMENSIONS 9..............
SELECTION PROCEDURE 10..........................
PERFORMANCE DATA 11--19..........................
TYPICAL PIPING AND WIRING 20.....................
APPLICATION DATA 21...............................
ELECTRICAL DATA 22 --23............................
TYPICAL WIRING SCHEMATICS 24--29.................
CONTROLS 30.......................................
GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS 31 --3 2........................
MODEL NUMBER NOMENCLATURE
PH3G --- ---
24
A
Type of Unit
P H 3 G --- S i n g l e P a c k a g e d
Heat Pump
System
Nominal Cooling Capacity
24 --- 2.0 Tons
30 --- 2.5 Tons
36 --- 3.0 Tons
42 --- 3.5 Tons
48 --- 4.0 Tons
60 --- 5.0 Tons
A
Heat Input Size (Btuh)
N/A
Electrical Supply
N --- 208/230---1--- 60
P --- 208/230---3---60
E --- 4 6 0 --- 3 --- 6 0
000
A
Minor Series
Variations
TP --- Base unit with tin plated indoor coil hairpins
See Price Page for full list of factory options.
Only used if ordering an option
N
Low Nox Indicator
A --- S t a n d a r d
N --- L o w N O x
N/A
A
Major Series
Use of the AHRI Certified
TM Mark indicates a
manufacturer’s  
participation in the 
program For verification 
of certification for individual 
products, go to 
www.ahridirectory.org. 
PH3G -- -- A





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AHRI* CAPACITIES
COOLING CAPACITIES AND EFFICIENCIES
UNIT PH3G-- --A NOMINAL TONS STANDARD CFM
COOLING
CAPACITIES (Btuh)
EER** SEER†
24 2 800 23,800 11.5 13.5
30 2-- 1/2 1000 29,000 11.5 13.5
36 3 1200 35,000 11.5 13.5
42 3-- 1/2 1400 40,000 11.5 13.2
48 4 1600 47,000 11.5 13.5
60 5 1850 57,000 11.5 13.5
HEAT PUMP HEATING CAPACITIES AND EFFICIENCIES
U N I T P H 3 G --- --- A
HEATING
CAPACITY (Btuh) @
47_F(8.3_C)
COP @ 47_F(8.3_C)
HEATING
CAPACITY (Btuh) @
17_F ( --- 8 . 3 _C)
COP @
17_F
( --- 8 . 3 _C)
HSPF†
24 23,400 3.5 10,800 2.2 7.7
30 29,000 3.5 15,900 2.2 7.7
36 35,000 3.4 20,400 2.3 7.7
42 40,000 3.4 22,000 2.2 7.7
48 46,500 3.6 26,200 2.3 7.7
60 57,000 3.5 31,000 2.3 7.7
LEGEND
d B --- Sound Levels (decibels)
db—Dry Bulb
SEER—Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio
wb—Wet Bulb
COP---C oef f icient of Performance
HSPF ---Heating Season Performance Factor
* Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Institute.
**At “A” conditions---80_F (26.7_C) indoor db/67_F (19.4_C) indoor wb &
95_F(35_ C) outdoor db.
{ Rated in accordance with U.S. Government DOE Department of Energy)
test procedures a nd/or AHRI Standards 210/240.
Notes:
1. Ratings are net values, reflecting the effects of circulating fan heat.
Ratings are based on:
Cooling Standard: 80°F (26.7_C) db, 67°F (19.4_C ) w b i n d o o r e n te r i n g ---
air temperature and 95°F(35_C)dboutdoorentering---airtemperature.
2. Before purchasing this appliance, read important energy cost and effi-
ciency information available from your retailer.
PH3G -- -- A





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PHYSICAL DATA -- UNIT PH3G----A
UNIT SIZE P H 3 G --- --- A 2 4 P H 3 G --- --- A 3 0 P H 3 G --- --- A 3 6 PH3G --- --- A42 P H 3 G --- --- A 4 8 P H 3 G --- --- A 6 0
NOMINAL CAPACITY (ton) 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 5
SHIPPING WEIGHT} (lb)
(kg)
327
148
340
154
343
156
419
190
437
198
462
210
COMPRESSOR QUANTITY 1
TYPE SCROLL COMPRESSOR
REFRIGERANT R---410A
Refrigerant (R --- 410A) Quantity (lb)
Quantity (kg)
9.6
4.4
10.2
4.6
7.9
3.6
10.0
4.5
9.6
4.4
12.3
5.6
METERING DEVICE ID TXV
ORIFICE OD (in.)
(mm)
0.032 ( 2)
.81
0.035 ( 2)
.89
0.037 ( 2)
.94
0.038 (Left OD Coil)
0.040 ( Right OD Coil)
.97/1.02
0.046 ( 2)
1.2
0.052 ( 2)
1.3
OUTDOOR COIL
Rows... Fins/in.
face area (sq. ft.)
2...21
11.9
2...21
11.9
2...21
11.9
2...21
13.6
2...21
13.6
2...21
17.5
OUTDOOR FAN
Nominal Airflow (CFM)
Fan Diameter (in.)
Fan Diameter (mm)
Diameter Motor HP (RPM)
2700
24
610
1/5 (810)
2700
24
610
1/5 (810)
2700
24
610
1/5 (810)
3100
26
660
1/5 (810)
3100
26
660
1/5 (810)
3100
26
660
1/5 (810)
INDOOR COIL
Rows... Fins/in.
face area (sq. ft.)
3...17
3.7
3...17
3.7
3...17
3.7
3...17
4.7
3...17
4.7
3...17
5.7
INDOOR BLOWER
Nominal Cooling Airflow (CFM)
Size (in.)
(mm)
Motor (HP)
800
10x10
254x254
1/2
1000
10x10
254x254
1/2
1200
11x10
279x254
3/4
1400
11x10
279x254
3/4
1600
11x10
279x254
1.0
1850
11x10
279x254
1.0
HIGH ---PRESSURE SWITCH (psig)
Cutout
Reset (Auto)
650±15
420±25
L O S S --- O F --- C H A R G E / L O W --- P R E S S U R E
SWITCH
(Liquid Line) (psig)
Cutout
Reset (Auto)
20±5
45±10
20±5
45±10
RETURN---AIR FILTERS*{
throwaway (in.)
(mm)
20x20x1
508x508x25
20x24x1
508x610x25
24x30x1
610x762x25
24x36x1
610x914x25
*Required filter sizes shown are based on the larger of the AHRI (Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute) rated cooling airflow or the heating airflow
velocity of 300 ft/minute for throwaway type or 450 ft/minute for high ---capacity type. Air filter pressure drop for non ---standard filters must not exceed 0.08 IN.
W.C.
{ If using accessory filter rack refer to the filter rack installation instructions for correct filter size and quantity.
} For 460 volt units, add 14 lb (6.4 kg) to the weight.
A-Weighted Sound Power Level (dBA)
M O D E L P H 3 G --- --- A
STANDARD
RATING
(dBA)
TYPICAL OCTAVE BAND SPECTRUM (dBA) (without tone adjustment)
125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000
24 76 57.0 65.5 72.0 71.0 67.0 62.0 53.0
30 76 60.5 67.5 72.0 70.0 67.0 61.0 51.5
36 77 63.0 68.0 73.0 71.0 67.0 62.0 55.0
42 78 65.0 68.5 74.5 72.5 69.5 64.5 56.5
48 78 62.0 68.5 74.0 72.5 70.0 64.0 56.0
60 76 63.0 66.5 69.5 71.0 66.0 65.0 59.0
NOTE: Tested in accordance with AHRI Standard 270 (not listed in AHRI).
PH3G -- -- A





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OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES
ITEM DESCRIPTION
FACTORY
INSTALLED
OPTION
FIELD
INSTALLED
ACCESSORY
Coil Options Base unit with tin plated indoor coil hairpins X
Compressor Start Kit
Compressor Start Kit assists compressor start ---up by providing
additional starting torque on sing phase units only.
X
Corporate Thermostats
Thermostats provide control for the system heating and cooling
functions.
X
Crankcase Heater
Crankcase Heater provides anti ---floodback protection for low ---
load cooling applications.
X*
Economizer
Horizontal Economizer with solid state controls and barometric
relief dampers includes filter racks and provide outdoor air during
cooling and reduce compressor operation.
X
Vertical Economizer with solid state controls and barometric relief
dampers includes filter racks and provide outdoor air during
cooling and reduce compressor operation.
X
Electric Heaters Electric Heat Supplement X
Filter Rack
Filter Rack features easy installation, serviceability, and high ---
filtering performance for vertical applications. Includes 1 ---in. (25
mm) filter.
X
Flat Roof Curbs
F l a t R o o f C u r b s i n b o t h 1 1 --- i n ( 2 7 9 m m ) a n d 1 4 --- i n . ( 3 5 6 m m )
sizes are available for roof mou n ted applications.
X
Low Ambient Kit
Low Ambient Kit (Motormaster II Control) allows the use of mech-
anical cooling down to ou tdoor temperatures as low as 0°F
(---18° C) when properly installed.
X
Louver Metal Outdoor Coil Grilles
Louver Metal Outdoor Coil Grilles provides hail and vandalism
protection.
X
Manual Outside Air Damper
Manual Outside Air Damper includes hood and filter rack with
adjustable damper blade for u p to 25% outdoor air.
X
S q u a r e --- t o --- R o u n d D u c t Tr a n s i t io n K i t
Square---to---Round Duct Transition Kit enable 24---48 size units to
be fitted to 14 in. (356 mm) round ductwork.
X
Curb Adapter Adapter curb for new unit with base rail installed on existing curb X
Gasket Kit For field modified existing roof curb with new base rail unit. X
*Refer to Price Page for application detail.
ELECTRIC HEATERS
ORDERING NO.
NOMINAL
CAPACITY (kW
@ 240 or 480
VOLTS)
USED WITH SIZES
24 30 36 42 48 60
208/230 --- SINGLE PHASE --- 60 HZ
CPHEATER052A00 5.0 X X X
CPHEATER064A00 5.0 X X X X X X
CPHEATER070A00 7.2 X X X X X X
CPHEATER050A00 10.0 X X X X X X
CPHEATER066A00 15.0 X X X X X
CPHEATER054A00 20.0 X X X
208/230 --- THREE PHASE --- 60 HZ
CPHEATER055A00 5.0 X X X X X
CPHEATER056A00 10.0 X X X X
CPHEATER068A00 10.0 X X X X X
CPHEATER058A00 15.0 X X X X X
CPHEATER059A01 20.0 X X X
4 6 0 --- T H R E E P H A S E --- 6 0 H Z
CPHEATER060A00 5.0 X X X X
CPHEATER061A00 10.0 X X X X
CPHEATER062A00 15.0 X X X X
CPHEATER063A00 20.0 X X X
NOTE: Electric heaters are rated at 240v. Refer to Mul tiplication Factors table for other voltages.
X = Approved combination
Minimum Airflow for Reliable Electric Heater Operation (CFM)
SIZE P H 3 G -- -- A 2 4 P H 3 G -- -- A 3 0 P H 3 G -- -- A 3 6 P H 3 G -- -- A 4 2 P H 3 G -- -- A 4 8 P H 3 G -- -- A 6 0
AIRFLOW (CFM) 800 1025 1250 1400 1710 1800
PH3G -- -- A





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ECONOMIZER
COIL
FILTER
SIDE VIEW
CAULK BOTTOM CORNER
OF ECONOMIZER
ON EACH SIDE

BASE

COIL
FLANGE
ON BASE
DET
AIL
ECONOMIZER
FI LTER
EV APORATOR
COIL
TOP FILTER RACK
BEND FLANGE  AT  90° -SCREW TO
DIVIDER WITH 1-IN. (25 mm) 
SCREW
BOTTOM FILTER
RACK
DAMPER
BLADE
MANUAL  OUTSIDE
AIR HOOD
REPLACEMENT
PANEL
ECONOMIZER
FILTER RACK
MANUAL OUTSIDE AIR DAMPER
Vertical Economizer
Horizontal Economizer
A09421
PH3G -- -- A





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UNIT DIMENSIONS -- PH3G----A24--36
A09515
PH3G -- -- A





8
UNIT DIMENSIONS -- PH3G----A42--60
A09516
PH3G -- -- A





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ROOF CURB ACCESSORY DIMENSIONS
RETURN 
AIR 
SMALL
BASE 
UNIT
SUPPLY
AIR
LARGE
BASE 
UNIT
UNIT PLACEMENT ON 
COMMON CURB
LARGE CURB
SMALL OR LARGE BASE UNIT
SMALL/COMMON CURB
ROOF CURB DETAIL
Wood nailer*
Roofcurb*
Insulation
(field supplied)
*Provided with roofcurb
Cant strip
field supplied
Roofing material
field supplied
Flashing field
supplied
HVAC unit
base rails
Roofcurb
Sealing
Gasket 
HVAC unit
basepan
Anchor screw
A09090
A09413
A09094
A09415
C
B
A
F
D
E
Dashed lines show cross support
location for large basepan units.
G
H
C
B
A
F
D
E
G
H
A09414
UNIT
SIZE
CATALOG
NUMBER
A
IN. (mm)
B
(small/common
base)
IN. (mm)*
B
(large base)
IN. (mm)*
C
IN. (mm)
D
IN. (mm)
E
IN. (mm)
F
IN. (mm)
G
IN. (mm)
H
IN. (mm)
Small
or
Large
CPRFCURB010A00 11 (279)
10 (254)
14 (356) 16 (406)
47.8
(1214)
32.4
(822)
2.7 (69)
30.6 (778)
46.1
(1170)
CPRFCURB011A00 14 (356)
Large
CPRFCURB012A00 11 (279)
14 (356)
43.9
(1116)
42.2 (1072)
CPRFCURB013A00 14 (356)
* Part Numbers CPRCURB010A00 and CPRCURB011A00 can be used on both small and l a rge basepan units. The cross supports must be located based on
whether the unit is a small basepan or a large basepan.
NOTES:
1. Roof curb must be set up for unit being installed.
2. Seal strip must be applied, as required, to unit being installed.
3. Roof curb is made of 16--gauge steel.
4. Attach ductwork to curb (flanges of duct rest on curb).
5. Insulated panels: 1--in. (25.4 mm) thick fiberglass 1 lb. density.
PH3G -- -- A





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SELECTION PROCEDURE (WITH EXAMPLE)
1. Determine cooling and heating requirements at
design conditions:
Given:
Required Cooling Capacity (TC) 34,500 Btuh..........
Sensible Heat Capacity (SHC) 26,000 Btuh............
Required Heating Capacity 60,000 Btuh...............
Condenser Entering Air Temperature 95°F(35°C).......
Indoor-- Air Temperature 80°F(27°C) edb.............
67°F(19°C) ewb
Evaporator Air Quantity 1200 CFM..................
External Static Pressure 0.200 IN.W.C.................
Electrical Characteristics 208--1--60...................
2. Select unit based on required cooling capacity.
Enter Net Cooling Capacities table at condenser entering
temperature of 95°F(35°C). Unit 036 at 1200 cfm and 67°F
(19°C) ewb (entering wet bulb) will provide a total capacity of
35,000 Btuh and a SHC of 26,200 Btuh. Calculate SHC correction,
if required, using Note 4 under Cooling Capacities tables.
3. Select heating capacity of u nit to provide design
condition requirement.
In the Heating Capacities and Efficiencies table, note that the 36
size unit will deliver 35,000 BTUH at the AHRI high temp rating
point. To achieve 60,000 BTUH, accessory electric heat will be
required. Use the Balance Point Worksheet to plot the load line
with the unit capacity. The difference between the load line and
unit capacity at the design heating temperature is the amount of
electric heat that will be required.
4. Determine fan speed and power requirements at
design conditions.
Before entering the air delivery tables, calculate the total static
pressure required. From the given example, the Wet Coil Pressure
Drop Table, and the Filter Pressure Drop T able:
External Static Pressure 0.200 IN. W.C.
Filter 0.130 IN. W.C.
Wet Coil Pressure Drop 0.18
IN. W.C.
Total Static Pressure 0.51 IN. W.C.
Enter the table for Dry Coil Air Delivery— At 0.50 IN. W.C.
ESP (external static pressure) and MEDIUM speed the motor
delivers 1209 CFM.
5. Select unit that corresponds to power source
available.
The Electrical Data Table shows that the unit is designed to operate
at 208/230 --1--60.
PH3G -- -- A





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PERFORMANCE DATA
24 Cooling Extended Performance Table
EVAPORATOR AIR
CONDENSER ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES _F(_C)
75 (23.9) 85 (29.4) 95 (35) 105 (40.5) 115 (46.1) 125 (51.7)
CFM /
BF
EWB
_F(_C)
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Tota l Sens Tota l Sens Tota l Sens Tota l Sens To t al Sens To t a l Sens
700 /
0.11
57
(13.9)
22.38 22.38 1.57 21.54 21.54 1.78 20.63 20.63 2.01 19.64 19.64 2.27 18.54 18.54 2.56 17.33 17.33 2.88
62
(16.7)
23.32 21.00 1.58 22.26 20.45 1.79 21.13 19.85 2.02 19.92 19.18 2.27 18.63 18.50 2.56 17.36 17.36 2.88
63*
(17.2)
23.73 17.21 1.58 22.64 16.69 1.79 21.47 16.14 2.02 20.21 15.55 2.27 18.82 14.89 2.56 17.32 14.19 2.88
67
(19.4)
25.65 17.94 1.60 24.48 17.42 1.81 23.23 16.87 2.04 21.88 16.28 2.30 20.41 15.64 2.58 18.80 14.93 2.89
72
(13.9)
28.26 14.67 1.65 26.98 14.19 1.86 25.61 13.68 2.08 24.14 13.14 2.34 22.52 12.55 2.62 20.77 11.88 2.93
800 /
0.15
57
(13.9)
23.50 23.50 1.60 22.59 22.59 1.81 21.61 21.61 2.04 20.54 20.54 2.30 19.37 19.37 2.58 18.07 18.07 2.90
62
(16.7)
24.02 22.63 1.60 22.92 22.02 1.81 21.77 21.32 2.04 20.58 20.58 2.30 19.40 19.40 2.58 18.10 18.10 2.90
63*
(17.2)
24.39 18.39 1.61 23.24 17.85 1.81 22.02 17.28 2.04 20.69 16.67 2.30 19.25 15.98 2.58 17.68 15.23 2.90
67
(19.4)
26.34 19.21 1.63 25.11 18.67 1.84 23.80 18.10 2.07 22.38 17.48 2.32 20.84 16.81 2.60 19.17 16.06 2.92
72
(13.9)
29.00 15.54 1.68 27.64 15.04 1.89 26.19 14.53 2.12 24.66 13.93 2.37 22.98 13.29 2.65 21.15 12.59 2.95
900 /
0.20
57
(13.9)
24.45 24.45 1.63 23.48 23.48 1.84 22.45 22.45 2.07 21.31 21.31 2.32 20.06 20.06 2.61 18.69 18.69 2.93
62
(16.7)
24.64 24.10 1.63 23.54 23.54 1.84 22.49 22.49 2.07 21.34 21.34 2.32 20.10 20.10 2.61 18.71 18.71 2.93
63*
(17.2)
24.92 19.53 1.63 23.72 18.97 1.84 22.45 18.37 2.07 21.07 17.72 2.32 19.58 17.01 2.60 17.97 16.22 2.92
67
(19.4)
26.89 20.43 1.66 25.60 19.87 1.87 24.25 19.27 2.10 22.78 18.63 2.35 21.18 17.93 2.63 19.46 17.14 2.94
72
(13.9)
29.56 16.36 1.71 28.16 15.83 1.92 26.67 15.26 2.15 25.07 14.65 2.40 23.33 13.99 2.67 21.45 13.27 2.98
*At 75_F (23.9 _C) entering dry bulb—Tennessee Valley Authority [TVA] rating conditions; all others at 80_F (26.7 _C) entering dry bulb. See Legend and Notes.
24 Heating Extended Performance Table --10--60 (--23.3 --15.6_C)
INDOOR AIR
OUTDOOR COIL ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES _F(_C)
---10 (---23.3) 0 (---17.8) 10 (---12.2) 20 (---6.7) 30 (---1.1) 40 (4.4) 50 (10) 60 (15.6)
EDB
_F
(_C)
CFM
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Tota l Integ Tota l Integ Tot a l Integ Tot a l Integ Tota l Integ Tota l Integ To t al Integ Total Integ
65
700 7.81 7.18 1.51 10.21 9.39 1.62 13.03 11.96 1.71 15.49 14.05 1.76 18.20 15.95 1.81 21.29 21.29 1.87 24.98 24.98 1.97 29.37 29.37 2.13
800 7.93 7.29 1.51 10.35 9.52 1.62 13.17 12.09 1.70 15.63 14.18 1.74 18.38 16.11 1.78 21.53 21.53 1.83 25.30 25.30 1.92 29.63 29.63 2.05
900 8.02 7.38 1.52 10.45 9.62 1.62 13.28 12.19 1.69 15.76 14.29 1.73 18.54 16.24 1.76 21.73 21.73 1.80 25.52 25.52 1.89 29.60 29.60 2.02
70
700 7.49 6.89 1.59 9.88 9.10 1.70 12.47 11.44 1.79 15.29 13.87 1.86 17.96 15.74 1.91 20.99 20.99 1.97 24.59 24.59 2.07 28.92 28.92 2.23
800 7.61 7.00 1.59 10.04 9.24 1.70 12.72 11.68 1.78 15.43 14.00 1.83 18.14 15.89 1.87 21.22 21.22 1.93 24.90 24.90 2.02 29.27 29.27 2.16
900 7.71 7.09 1.59 10.16 9.35 1.70 12.88 11.82 1.77 15.55 14.10 1.82 18.28 16.02 1.85 21.42 21.42 1.90 25.15 25.15 1.99 29.31 29.31 2.12
75
700 7.14 6.57 1.67 9.56 8.80 1.79 12.14 11.14 1.88 15.07 13.67 1.96 17.72 15.52 2.01 20.69 20.69 2.08 24.22 24.22 2.18 28.47 28.47 2.34
800 7.25 6.67 1.67 9.71 8.93 1.78 12.31 11.30 1.86 15.22 13.81 1.93 17.89 15.68 1.98 20.92 20.92 2.03 24.53 24.53 2.12 28.86 28.86 2.28
900 7.37 6.78 1.67 9.83 9.04 1.78 12.46 11.43 1.86 15.35 13.92 1.92 18.04 15.81 1.95 21.11 21.11 2.00 24.76 24.76 2.09 28.98 28.98 2.22
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PERFORMANCE DATA (CONT)
30 Cooling Extended Performance Table
EVAPORATOR AIR
CONDENSER ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES _F(_C)
75 (23.9) 85 (29.4) 95 (35) 105 (40.5) 115 (46.1) 125 (51.7)
CFM /
BF
EWB
_F(_C)
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Tota l Sens Tota l Sens Tota l Sens Tota l Sens To t al Sens To t a l Sens
875 /
0.13
57
(13.9)
27.44 27.44 2.00 26.40 26.40 2.22 25.31 25.31 2.47 24.13 24.13 2.75 22.83 22.83 3.07 21.42 21.42 3.44
62
(16.7)
28.39 25.49 2.00 27.09 24.83 2.22 25.75 24.11 2.47 24.34 23.30 2.75 22.88 22.88 3.07 21.45 21.45 3.44
63*
(17.2)
28.86 20.79 2.00 27.53 20.17 2.22 26.13 19.52 2.47 24.63 18.84 2.75 23.00 18.09 3.07 21.25 17.29 3.44
67
(19.4)
31.27 21.73 2.02 29.83 21.10 2.24 28.33 20.46 2.49 26.73 19.77 2.76 25.00 19.04 3.08 23.14 18.24 3.45
72
(13.9)
34.57 17.68 2.04 32.97 17.10 2.26 31.32 16.50 2.51 29.56 15.87 2.79 27.68 15.20 3.10 25.66 14.44 3.46
1000 /
0.17
57
(13.9)
28.78 28.78 2.04 27.67 27.67 2.26 26.49 26.49 2.50 25.23 25.23 2.78 23.84 23.84 3.11 22.33 22.33 3.47
62
(16.7)
29.25 27.45 2.04 27.91 26.71 2.26 26.55 26.55 2.50 25.27 25.27 2.79 23.88 23.88 3.11 22.37 22.37 3.47
63*
(17.2)
29.64 22.24 2.04 28.24 21.59 2.26 26.76 20.92 2.51 25.20 20.20 2.78 23.51 19.42 3.10 21.69 18.56 3.47
67
(19.4)
32.09 23.29 2.05 30.58 22.64 2.28 29.00 21.96 2.52 27.32 21.25 2.80 25.54 20.48 3.12 23.60 19.64 3.48
72
(13.9)
35.47 18.74 2.08 33.78 18.14 2.30 32.02 17.52 2.55 30.20 16.83 2.82 28.25 16.11 3.14 26.14 15.32 3.49
1125 /
0.21
57
(13.9)
29.95 29.95 2.07 28.75 28.75 2.29 27.50 27.50 2.54 26.15 26.15 2.82 24.69 24.69 3.14 23.10 23.10 3.51
62
(16.7)
30.03 30.03 2.07 28.81 28.81 2.30 27.55 27.55 2.54 26.20 26.20 2.82 24.73 24.73 3.14 23.14 23.14 3.51
63*
(17.2)
30.27 23.63 2.07 28.80 22.96 2.29 27.27 22.26 2.54 25.65 21.50 2.82 23.91 20.68 3.14 22.05 19.77 3.50
67
(19.4)
32.74 24.80 2.09 31.17 24.11 2.31 29.54 23.41 2.56 27.80 22.67 2.83 25.95 21.86 3.15 23.97 20.96 3.51
72
(13.9)
36.13 19.76 2.11 34.40 19.10 2.34 32.60 18.43 2.58 30.70 17.73 2.86 28.69 16.98 3.17 26.51 16.17 3.53
*At 75_F (23.9 _C) entering dry bulb—Tennessee Valley Authority [TVA] rating conditions; all others at 80_F (26.7 _C) entering dry bulb. See Legend and Notes.
30 Heating Extended Performance Table --10--60 (--23.3 --15.6_C)
INDOOR AIR
OUTDOOR COIL ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES _F(_C)
---10 (---23.3) 0 (---17.8) 10 (---12.2) 20 (---6.7) 30 (---1.1) 40 (4.4) 50 (10) 60 (15.6)
EDB
_F
(_C)
CFM
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Syst
em
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Syst
em
KW
Tota l Integ Tota l Integ To t al Integ To t al Integ Tota l Integ Tota l Integ To t al Integ Total Integ
65
875 8.58 7.89 1.91 11.60 10.67 1.98 14.83 13.61 2.04 18.37 16.66 2.12 22.35 19.58 2.21 26.08 26.08 2.29 30.29 30.29 2.39 35.28 35.28 2.52
1000 8.75 8.05 1.92 11.81 10.87 1.99 15.07 13.83 2.05 18.71 16.97 2.11 22.60 19.80 2.19 26.39 26.39 2.26 30.70 30.70 2.35 35.83 35.83 2.47
1125 8.92 8.20 1.95 11.99 11.04 2.00 15.28 14.02 2.06 19.32 17.52 2.12 22.81 19.98 2.18 26.65 26.65 2.24 31.04 31.04 2.32 36.29 36.29 2.43
70
875 8.06 7.42 1.98 11.12 10.23 2.06 14.37 13.19 2.13 17.90 16.23 2.21 22.07 19.33 2.31 25.74 25.74 2.40 29.87 29.87 2.50 34.73 34.73 2.64
1000 8.24 7.58 2.00 11.33 10.42 2.07 14.62 13.42 2.14 18.19 16.49 2.20 22.30 19.54 2.29 26.03 26.03 2.36 30.27 30.27 2.46 35.27 35.27 2.58
1125 8.40 7.73 2.02 11.51 10.59 2.09 14.83 13.61 2.15 18.43 16.71 2.21 22.51 19.72 2.28 26.29 26.29 2.35 30.57 30.57 2.43 35.70 35.70 2.54
75
875 7.50 6.90 2.06 10.60 9.76 2.15 13.88 12.74 2.22 17.41 15.79 2.31 21.72 19.03 2.42 25.38 25.38 2.51 29.46 29.46 2.62 34.18 34.18 2.75
1000 7.68 7.06 2.08 10.81 9.95 2.16 14.13 12.97 2.23 17.69 16.05 2.30 21.99 19.27 2.40 25.68 25.68 2.48 29.83 29.83 2.57 34.70 34.70 2.69
1125 7.84 7.21 2.11 11.00 10.12 2.18 14.34 13.16 2.24 17.94 16.27 2.30 22.21 19.46 2.39 25.93 25.93 2.46 30.13 30.13 2.54 35.14 35.14 2.66
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PERFORMANCE DATA (CONT)
36 Cooling Extended Performance Table
EVAPORATOR AIR
CONDENSER ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES _F(_C)
75 (23.9) 85 (29.4) 95 (35) 105 (40.5) 115 (46.1) 125 (51.7)
CFM /
BF
EWB
_F(_C)
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Tota l Sens Tota l Sens Tota l Sens Tota l Sens To t al Sens To t a l Sens
1050 /
0.12
57
(13.9)
33.59 33.59 2.41 32.25 32.25 2.67 30.82 30.82 2.96 29.24 29.24 3.28 27.50 27.50 3.66 25.58 25.58 4.08
62
(16.7)
34.77 30.70 2.42 33.10 29.87 2.67 31.33 28.94 2.96 29.46 27.90 3.29 27.56 27.56 3.66 25.62 25.62 4.08
63*
(17.2)
35.34 25.01 2.42 33.64 24.23 2.68 31.81 23.40 2.96 29.83 22.52 3.29 27.67 21.55 3.66 25.33 20.50 4.08
67
(19.4)
38.13 26.06 2.44 36.31 25.28 2.70 34.33 24.46 2.99 32.20 23.57 3.31 29.86 22.59 3.68 27.36 21.54 4.10
72
(13.9)
41.96 21.04 2.47 39.94 20.31 2.74 37.75 19.54 3.03 35.39 18.70 3.35 32.82 17.81 3.71 30.05 16.85 4.12
1200 /
0.18
57
(13.9)
35.11 35.11 2.47 33.69 33.69 2.73 32.14 32.14 3.02 30.45 30.45 3.34 28.57 28.57 3.71 26.49 26.49 4.14
62
(16.7)
35.71 33.01 2.47 33.97 32.07 2.73 32.20 32.20 3.02 30.50 30.50 3.34 28.61 28.61 3.71 26.53 26.53 4.14
63*
(17.2)
36.21 26.69 2.47 34.40 25.89 2.73 32.47 25.03 3.02 30.40 24.10 3.34 28.14 23.09 3.71 25.72 21.97 4.13
67
(19.4)
38.99 27.86 2.50 37.07 27.06 2.76 35.00 26.20 3.04 32.76 25.27 3.37 30.32 24.25 3.73 27.71 23.14 4.15
72
(13.9)
42.86 22.23 2.53 40.74 21.48 2.79 38.42 20.68 3.08 35.93 19.82 3.40 33.26 18.85 3.76 30.40 17.82 4.17
1350 /
0.24
57
(13.9)
36.41 36.41 2.52 34.89 34.89 2.78 33.23 33.23 3.07 31.42 31.42 3.40 29.41 29.41 3.77 27.22 27.22 4.19
62
(16.7)
36.54 36.49 2.53 34.95 34.95 2.79 33.28 33.28 3.07 31.47 31.47 3.40 29.45 29.45 3.77 27.25 27.25 4.19
63*
(17.2)
36.85 28.29 2.53 34.96 27.46 2.78 32.97 26.58 3.07 30.82 25.61 3.39 28.48 24.53 3.76 26.00 23.34 4.18
67
(19.4)
39.63 29.59 2.55 37.64 28.75 2.81 35.49 27.86 3.10 33.16 26.89 3.42 30.65 25.82 3.78 27.98 24.63 4.20
72
(13.9)
43.50 23.36 2.58 41.27 22.59 2.85 38.89 21.74 3.13 36.32 20.81 3.45 33.56 19.82 3.82 30.62 18.76 4.22
*At 75_F (23.9 _C) entering dry bulb—Tennessee Valley Authority [TVA] rating conditions; all others at 80_F (26.7 _C) entering dry bulb. See Legend and Notes.
36 Heating Extended Performance Table --10--60 (--23.3 --15.6_C)
INDOOR AIR
OUTDOOR COIL ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES _F(_C)
---10 (---23.3) 0 (---17.8) 10 (---12.2) 20 (---6.7) 30 (---1.1) 40 (4.4) 50 (10) 60 (15.6)
EDB
_F
(_C)
CFM
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Tota l Integ Tota l Integ To t al Integ To t al Integ Tota l Integ Tota l Integ To t al Integ Total Integ
65
1050 12.15 11.18 2.30 15.31 14.08 2.39 19.19 17.61 2.49 22.68 20.57 2.58 26.68 23.38 2.68 31.28 31.28 2.80 36.70 36.70 2.96 42.99 42.99 3.16
1200 12.38 11.39 2.32 15.57 14.32 2.40 19.41 17.82 2.50 22.96 20.82 2.58 27.01 23.66 2.67 31.68 31.68 2.78 37.20 37.20 2.94 43.06 43.06 3.12
1350 12.59 11.58 2.35 15.79 14.53 2.43 19.62 18.01 2.52 23.19 21.03 2.59 27.29 23.91 2.67 32.01 32.01 2.78 37.51 37.51 2.93 42.82 42.82 3.10
70
1050 11.71 10.77 2.41 14.88 13.69 2.50 18.76 17.22 2.61 22.39 20.31 2.70 26.32 23.06 2.80 30.81 30.81 2.93 36.14 36.14 3.09 42.42 42.42 3.31
1200 11.94 10.99 2.44 15.13 13.93 2.52 19.13 17.55 2.62 22.65 20.54 2.70 26.63 23.34 2.79 31.21 31.21 2.91 36.62 36.62 3.06 42.62 42.62 3.25
1350 12.15 11.18 2.47 15.37 14.14 2.54 19.35 17.76 2.64 22.88 20.75 2.71 26.91 23.58 2.80 31.54 31.54 2.91 37.00 37.00 3.06 42.49 42.49 3.24
75
1050 11.23 10.33 2.53 14.42 13.27 2.62 18.01 16.53 2.72 22.09 20.03 2.84 25.96 22.75 2.94 30.36 30.36 3.06 35.58 35.58 3.23 41.77 41.77 3.46
1200 11.46 10.55 2.56 14.68 13.51 2.64 18.31 16.81 2.73 22.36 20.27 2.83 26.27 23.02 2.92 30.74 30.74 3.04 36.04 36.04 3.19 42.15 42.15 3.40
1350 11.67 10.74 2.59 14.91 13.72 2.67 18.61 17.08 2.75 22.59 20.48 2.84 26.53 23.24 2.93 31.07 31.07 3.03 36.43 36.43 3.19 42.11 42.11 3.38
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PERFORMANCE DATA (CONT)
42 Cooling Extended Performance Table
EVAPORATOR AIR
CONDENSER ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES _F(_C)
75 (23.9) 85 (29.4) 95 (35) 105 (40.5) 115 (46.1) 125 (51.7)
CFM / BF
EWB
_F(_C)
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Tota l Sens To t a l Sens To tal Sens Tot a l Sens To t al Sens Tot a l Sens
1225 / 0.14
57
(13.9)
38.29 38.29 2.70 36.78 36.78 3.00 35.17 35.17 3.35 33.43 33.43 3.76 31.55 31.55 4.23 29.53 29.53 4.78
62
(16.7)
39.60 35.26 2.71 37.74 34.27 3.01 35.79 33.19 3.36 33.74 32.00 3.76 31.62 31.62 4.24 29.58 29.58 4.78
63*
(17.2)
40.17 28.70 2.72 38.23 27.80 3.02 36.20 26.84 3.37 34.04 25.81 3.77 31.75 24.73 4.24 29.30 23.57 4.77
67
(19.4)
43.43 29.99 2.76 41.34 29.07 3.07 39.13 28.10 3.42 36.80 27.07 3.83 34.33 25.98 4.30 31.69 24.82 4.85
72
(13.9)
47.71 24.52 2.83 45.36 23.64 3.14 42.91 22.69 3.50 40.34 21.70 3.91 37.63 20.65 4.40 34.75 19.54 4.95
1400 / 0.17
57
(13.9)
40.11 40.11 2.76 38.48 38.48 3.06 36.73 36.73 3.42 34.85 34.85 3.83 32.83 32.83 4.31 30.65 30.65 4.86
62
(16.7)
40.77 37.93 2.77 38.83 36.81 3.07 36.82 36.82 3.42 34.91 34.91 3.83 32.88 32.88 4.31 30.69 30.69 4.86
63*
(17.2)
41.23 30.65 2.77 39.19 29.70 3.07 37.04 28.70 3.42 34.77 27.63 3.83 32.38 26.48 4.29 29.83 25.25 4.83
67
(19.4)
44.54 32.09 2.82 42.33 31.12 3.12 40.00 30.10 3.48 37.55 29.02 3.89 34.97 27.89 4.37 32.23 26.64 4.91
72
(13.9)
48.87 25.87 2.89 46.39 24.92 3.20 43.82 23.93 3.56 41.13 22.89 3.98 38.30 21.80 4.46 35.30 20.64 5.02
1575 / 0.19
57
(13.9)
41.67 41.67 2.82 39.92 39.92 3.13 38.04 38.04 3.48 36.04 36.04 3.90 33.89 33.89 4.38 31.57 31.57 4.93
62
(16.7)
41.78 41.78 2.82 40.00 40.00 3.13 38.10 38.10 3.49 36.09 36.09 3.90 33.94 33.94 4.38 31.61 31.61 4.94
63*
(17.2)
42.07 32.53 2.83 39.93 31.53 3.13 37.70 30.48 3.48 35.35 29.35 3.88 32.87 28.13 4.35 30.26 26.81 4.89
67
(19.4)
45.42 34.11 2.87 43.10 33.11 3.18 40.66 32.04 3.53 38.14 30.89 3.95 35.47 29.68 4.43 32.65 28.36 4.97
72
(13.9)
49.79 27.12 2.95 47.20 26.14 3.26 44.53 25.11 3.62 41.74 24.03 4.04 38.81 22.90 4.53 35.71 21.70 5.08
*At 75_F (23.9 _C) entering dry bulb—Tennessee Valley Authority [TVA] rating conditions; all others at 80_F (26.7 _C) entering dry bulb. See Legend and Notes.
42 Heating Extended Performance Table --10--60 (--23.3 --15.6_C)
INDOOR AIR
OUTDOOR COIL ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES _F(_C)
---10 (---23.3) 0 (---17.8) 10 (---12.2) 20 (---6.7) 30 (---1.1) 40 (4.4) 50 (10) 60 (15.6)
EDB
_F
(_C)
CFM
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Tota l Integ Tota l Integ To t al Integ To t al Integ Tota l Integ Tota l Integ To t al Integ Total Integ
65
1225 13.54 12.46 2.47 17.47 16.08 2.63 21.96 20.15 2.78 25.98 23.56 2.88 30.54 26.76 2.98 35.78 35.78 3.11 42.01 42.01 3.30 48.77 48.77 3.53
1400 13.72 12.62 2.48 17.68 16.26 2.64 22.14 20.32 2.77 26.21 23.77 2.86 30.85 27.03 2.95 36.18 36.18 3.07 42.43 42.43 3.24 48.15 48.15 3.46
1575 13.88 12.77 2.50 17.85 16.43 2.65 22.30 20.47 2.78 26.41 23.95 2.86 31.10 27.25 2.95 36.50 36.50 3.07 42.12 42.12 3.22 47.19 47.19 3.42
70
1225 13.21 12.15 2.61 17.11 15.75 2.77 21.74 19.96 2.92 25.70 23.30 3.02 30.15 26.42 3.12 35.27 35.27 3.25 41.37 41.37 3.44 48.32 48.32 3.70
1400 13.40 12.33 2.62 17.33 15.95 2.78 21.94 20.14 2.91 25.93 23.52 3.00 30.45 26.68 3.10 35.67 35.67 3.22 41.86 41.86 3.40 47.84 47.84 3.62
1575 13.57 12.48 2.64 17.52 16.12 2.79 22.13 20.31 2.92 26.14 23.71 3.00 30.72 26.91 3.09 35.97 35.97 3.21 41.84 41.84 3.37 47.03 47.03 3.59
75
1225 12.79 11.77 2.75 16.70 15.37 2.91 21.03 19.31 3.05 25.41 23.05 3.17 29.76 26.07 3.27 34.76 34.76 3.41 40.75 40.75 3.61 47.80 47.80 3.89
1400 12.99 11.95 2.76 16.93 15.58 2.92 21.59 19.82 3.05 25.64 23.25 3.15 30.06 26.34 3.24 35.15 35.15 3.37 41.24 41.24 3.56 47.49 47.49 3.80
1575 13.17 12.12 2.79 17.13 15.76 2.93 21.86 20.07 3.06 25.85 23.44 3.15 30.31 26.56 3.23 35.46 35.46 3.35 41.48 41.48 3.53 46.79 46.79 3.76
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PERFORMANCE DATA (CONT)
48 Cooling Extended Performance Table
EVAPORATOR AIR
CONDENSER ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES _F(_C)
75 (23.9) 85 (29.4) 95 (35) 105 (40.5) 115 (46.1) 125 (51.7)
CFM /
BF
EWB
_F(_C)
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Tota l Sens Tota l Sens Tota l Sens Tota l Sens To t al Sens To t a l Sens
1400 /
0.15
57
(13.9)
45.56 45.56 3.20 43.64 43.64 3.58 41.62 41.62 3.98 39.47 39.47 4.41 37.15 37.15 4.90 34.64 34.64 5.46
62
(16.7)
47.12 41.32 3.21 44.75 40.06 3.59 42.33 38.74 3.99 39.81 37.27 4.42 37.23 37.23 4.91 34.69 34.69 5.46
63*
(17.2)
47.82 33.66 3.21 45.36 32.52 3.59 42.84 31.34 3.99 40.19 30.11 4.42 37.38 28.81 4.91 34.39 27.41 5.46
67
(19.4)
51.57 35.10 3.22 48.88 33.93 3.62 46.13 32.74 4.02 43.25 31.49 4.46 40.21 30.17 4.95 36.94 28.75 5.49
72
(13.9)
56.55 28.57 3.23 53.52 27.50 3.64 50.45 26.34 4.06 47.26 25.12 4.51 43.85 23.83 4.99 40.27 22.48 5.53
1600 /
0.18
57
(13.9)
47.60 47.60 3.26 45.50 45.50 3.65 43.31 43.31 4.05 40.98 40.98 4.49 38.48 38.48 4.98 35.76 35.76 5.53
62
(16.7)
48.40 44.34 3.26 45.91 42.93 3.65 43.41 43.41 4.05 41.04 41.04 4.49 38.53 38.53 4.98 35.81 35.81 5.53
63*
(17.2)
48.97 35.87 3.27 46.36 34.67 3.65 43.69 33.44 4.05 40.92 32.15 4.49 37.98 30.76 4.97 34.88 29.27 5.52
67
(19.4)
52.75 37.49 3.27 49.90 36.26 3.68 47.00 35.00 4.09 43.98 33.69 4.52 40.79 32.28 5.01 37.41 30.77 5.55
72
(13.9)
57.75 30.14 3.28 54.58 28.93 3.70 51.36 27.71 4.13 48.01 26.44 4.57 44.45 25.09 5.06 40.74 23.69 5.59
1800 /
0.21
57
(13.9)
49.32 49.32 3.32 47.06 47.06 3.71 44.71 44.71 4.12 42.23 42.23 4.56 39.55 39.55 5.05 36.65 36.65 5.59
62
(16.7)
49.55 49.16 3.32 47.14 47.14 3.71 44.77 44.77 4.12 42.28 42.28 4.56 39.60 39.60 5.05 36.70 36.70 5.59
63*
(17.2)
49.85 38.00 3.32 47.12 36.74 3.71 44.35 35.44 4.11 41.47 34.07 4.55 38.44 32.60 5.03 35.24 30.98 5.57
67
(19.4)
53.64 39.78 3.32 50.67 38.49 3.73 47.66 37.17 4.15 44.52 35.78 4.59 41.22 34.28 5.07 37.75 32.65 5.60
72
(13.9)
58.69 31.53 3.33 55.39 30.29 3.76 52.04 29.02 4.18 48.54 27.70 4.63 44.88 26.31 5.12 41.06 24.85 5.65
*At 75_F (23.9 _C) entering dry bulb—Tennessee Valley Authority [TVA] rating conditions; all others at 80_F (26.7 _C) entering dry bulb. See Legend and Notes.
48 Heating Extended Performance Table --10--60 (--23.3 --15.6_C)
INDOOR AIR
OUTDOOR COIL ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES _F(_C)
---10 (---23.3) 0 (---17.8) 10 (---12.2) 20 (--- 6.7) 30 (--- 1.1) 40 (4.4) 50 (10) 60 (15.6)
EDB
_F
(_C)
CFM
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Tota l Integ Total Integ To t a l Integ Tot a l Integ To t a l Integ To t al Integ To t al Integ Total Integ
65
(18.3)
1400 15.76 14.50 2.95 20.36 18.74 3.07 25.22 23.15 3.20 31.05 28.16 3.36 36.22 31.73 3.50 41.94 41.94 3.65 48.55 48.55 3.83 56.41 56.41 4.05
1600 16.01 14.73 2.98 20.64 18.99 3.09 25.55 23.46 3.21 31.36 28.44 3.35 36.59 32.06 3.48 42.42 42.42 3.61 49.17 49.17 3.77 57.12 57.12 3.95
1800 16.24 14.94 3.02 20.90 19.23 3.12 25.85 23.73 3.23 31.63 28.69 3.37 36.92 32.35 3.48 42.84 42.84 3.60 49.72 49.72 3.74 57.48 57.48 3.90
70
(21.1)
1400 15.26 14.04 3.08 19.85 18.27 3.20 24.68 22.65 3.33 30.13 27.32 3.48 35.80 31.37 3.65 41.40 41.40 3.81 47.87 47.87 4.00 55.58 55.58 4.24
1600 15.52 14.28 3.11 20.14 18.53 3.22 25.04 22.98 3.34 30.99 28.11 3.50 36.16 31.68 3.63 41.87 41.87 3.78 48.48 48.48 3.94 56.38 56.38 4.15
1800 15.76 14.50 3.15 20.41 18.78 3.25 25.33 23.25 3.36 31.28 28.37 3.51 36.49 31.97 3.63 42.28 42.28 3.76 49.01 49.01 3.91 56.82 56.82 4.09
75
(23.9)
1400 14.68 13.51 3.22 19.29 17.74 3.34 24.12 22.14 3.47 29.34 26.61 3.63 35.38 31.00 3.82 40.85 40.85 3.98 47.21 47.21 4.18 54.77 54.77 4.43
1600 14.95 13.76 3.25 19.59 18.03 3.36 24.47 22.46 3.48 29.76 26.99 3.62 35.73 31.31 3.79 41.31 41.31 3.94 47.80 47.80 4.12 55.56 55.56 4.35
1800 15.19 13.98 3.29 19.85 18.27 3.39 24.78 22.74 3.51 30.19 27.38 3.63 36.07 31.60 3.79 41.72 41.72 3.93 48.30 48.30 4.09 56.12 56.12 4.28
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PERFORMANCE DATA (CONT)
60 Cooling Extended Performance Table
EVAPORATOR AIR
CONDENSER ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES _F(_C)
75 (23.9) 85 (29.4) 95 (35) 105 (40.5) 115 (46.1) 125 (51.7)
CFM /
BF
EWB
_F(_C)
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Capacity MBtuh
Tota l
Sys KW
Tota l Sens Tota l Sens Tota l Sens Tota l Sens To t al Sens To t a l Sens
1750 /
0.19
57
(13.9)
56.42 56.42 3.97 54.09 54.09 4.39 51.60 51.60 4.86 48.89 48.89 5.40 45.87 45.87 6.01 42.60 42.60 6.70
62
(16.7)
58.00 51.82 3.99 55.15 50.34 4.40 52.19 48.67 4.87 49.10 48.72 5.40 45.94 45.94 6.01 42.66 42.66 6.70
63*
(17.2)
58.78 42.05 4.00 55.87 40.69 4.41 52.77 39.25 4.88 49.45 37.72 5.41 45.84 36.06 6.01 42.01 34.26 6.69
67
(19.4)
63.34 43.86 4.05 60.17 42.48 4.47 56.78 41.02 4.94 53.14 39.45 5.46 49.23 37.77 6.06 45.09 35.96 6.74
72
(13.9)
69.39 35.42 4.13 65.81 34.15 4.55 62.02 32.72 5.02 57.99 31.19 5.54 53.69 29.56 6.13 49.14 27.85 6.80
1850 /
0.20
57
(13.9)
56.94 56.94 3.99 54.57 54.57 4.41 52.03 52.03 4.88 49.27 49.27 5.42 46.23 46.23 6.03 42.88 42.88 6.72
62
(16.7)
58.33 52.61 4.01 55.44 51.08 4.42 52.47 49.35 4.89 49.36 49.36 5.42 46.30 46.30 6.03 42.94 42.94 6.72
63*
(17.2)
59.07 42.62 4.02 56.12 41.24 4.43 53.00 39.80 4.90 49.63 38.25 5.42 45.98 36.56 6.03 42.13 34.74 6.71
67
(19.4)
63.63 44.47 4.08 60.42 43.08 4.49 57.00 41.60 4.96 53.31 40.02 5.48 49.37 38.31 6.08 45.20 36.48 6.75
72
(13.9)
69.68 35.83 4.15 66.07 34.51 4.57 62.25 33.07 5.04 58.17 31.52 5.56 53.84 29.88 6.15 49.25 28.16 6.82
2250 /
0.27
57
(13.9)
60.87 60.87 4.19 58.14 58.14 4.61 55.23 55.23 5.08 52.05 52.05 5.62 48.61 48.61 6.22 44.88 44.88 6.90
62
(16.7)
60.95 60.95 4.19 58.23 58.23 4.61 55.31 55.31 5.08 52.12 52.12 5.62 48.67 48.67 6.22 44.93 44.93 6.90
63*
(17.2)
61.07 47.50 4.19 57.83 46.01 4.61 54.45 44.43 5.07 50.81 42.69 5.60 46.95 40.79 6.19 42.89 38.69 6.87
67
(19.4)
65.61 49.74 4.25 62.14 48.23 4.67 58.42 46.60 5.13 54.47 44.84 5.66 50.28 42.93 6.25 45.90 40.82 6.92
72
(13.9)
71.73 39.07 4.33 67.82 37.60 4.75 63.70 36.05 5.21 59.34 34.41 5.74 54.72 32.67 6.32 49.88 30.83 6.98
*At 75_F (23.9 _C) entering dry bulb—Tennessee Valley Authority [TVA] rating conditions; all others at 80_F (26.7 _C) entering dry bulb. See Legend and Notes.
60 Heating Extended Performance Table --10--60 (--23.3 --15.6_C)
INDOOR AIR
OUTDOOR COIL ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURES _F(_C)
---10 (---23.3) 0 (---17.8) 10 (--- 12.2) 20 (---6.7) 30 (---1.1) 40 (4.4) 50 (10) 60 (15.6)
EDB
_F
(_C)
CFM
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Capacity
MBtuh
Tota l
Sys
KW
Tota l Integ To t a l Integ To tal Integ To t al Integ Tota l Integ Total Integ Tot al Integ Total Integ
65
1750 19.26 17.72 3.62 24.88 22.89 3.77 30.79 28.26 3.91 37.20 33.74 4.06 44.98 39.41 4.26 51.96 51.96 4.43 60.02 60.02 4.64 69.62 69.62 4.91
1800 19.34 17.79 3.63 24.98 22.98 3.78 30.90 28.37 3.92 37.33 33.85 4.07 45.09 39.50 4.26 52.09 52.09 4.42 60.19 60.19 4.62 69.84 69.84 4.89
2250 20.06 18.45 3.75 25.74 23.69 3.88 31.75 29.14 4.00 38.31 34.75 4.12 45.93 40.25 4.28 53.12 53.12 4.41 61.48 61.48 4.58 71.51 71.51 4.81
70
1750 18.37 16.90 3.77 24.01 22.09 3.92 30.00 27.54 4.08 36.36 32.98 4.24 44.47 38.96 4.46 51.32 51.32 4.63 59.22 59.22 4.85 68.63 68.63 5.12
1800 18.45 16.97 3.78 24.11 22.18 3.93 30.11 27.64 4.09 36.49 33.09 4.24 44.58 39.06 4.45 51.43 51.43 4.63 59.39 59.39 4.83 68.85 68.85 5.10
2250 19.15 17.62 3.90 24.92 22.93 4.04 30.96 28.41 4.17 37.44 33.95 4.30 45.42 39.80 4.47 52.45 52.45 4.61 60.65 60.65 4.79 70.47 70.47 5.02
75
1750 17.44 16.04 3.93 23.12 21.27 4.09 29.18 26.78 4.26 35.57 32.26 4.43 43.08 37.74 4.63 50.66 50.66 4.85 58.44 58.44 5.07 67.67 67.67 5.35
1800 17.52 16.12 3.94 23.22 21.36 4.10 29.28 26.88 4.27 35.70 32.37 4.43 43.34 37.97 4.64 50.78 50.78 4.84 58.60 58.60 5.05 67.87 67.87 5.33
2250 18.19 16.73 4.06 23.99 22.07 4.21 30.13 27.65 4.35 36.62 33.21 4.48 44.87 39.31 4.68 51.79 51.79 4.82 59.83 59.83 5.00 69.45 69.45 5.24
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LEGEND
BF — Bypass Factor
e d b — E n t e r i n g D r y --- B u l b
Ewb — Entering Wet ---Bulb
kW — Total Unit Power Input
SHC — Sensible Heat Capacity ( 1000 Btuh)
TC — Total C a pacity (1000 Btuh) (net)
rh —Relative Humidity
COOLING NOTES:
1. Ratings are net; they account for the effects of the evaporator--- fan motor power and heat.
2. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
3. The following formulas may be used:
Sensible capacity
(Btuh)
1.10 x cfm
t
ldb =
t
edb
---
Wet---bulb temperature corresponding to enthalpy
air leaving evaporator coil (
h
lwb)
t
lwb =
total capacity (Btuh)
4.5 x cfm
h
lwb =
h
e w b ---
Where:
h
ewb = En thal py of air entering evaporator coil
4. The SHC is based on 80_F (26.7 _C) edb temperature of air entering evaporator coil. Below 80_F ( 26.7_C) edb, subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHC. Above 80_F (26.7_C) edb, add (corr factor x cfm) to SHC.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 + BF) x (edb --- 80).
5. Integrated capacity is maximum (instantaneous) capacity less the effect of frost on the outdoor coil and the heat required to defrost it.
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PERFORMANCE DATA (CONT)
Wet Coil Air Delivery (CFM)-- Downflow -- High Speed with 1--in. (25 mm) Filter and Economizer
UNIT SIZE
EXTERNAL STA TIC PRESSURE (IN. W.C.)
0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1.0
36 1333 1289 1256 1214 1152 1118 1076 1035 997 950
42 1612 1569 1527 1481 1451 1393 1351 1317 1278 1242
48 2166 2085 2002 1919 1798 1709 1582 1467 1270 988
60 2298 2239 2180 2110 2044 1951 1862 1777 1697 1591
Economizer 1--in. Filter Pressure Drop (IN. W.C.)
UNITPH3G-- --A PRESSURE DROP
24--36 0.20
42--60 0.25
Multiplication Factors
HEATER kW RATING VOL TAGE DISTRIBUTION MUL TIPLICATION F ACTOR
240
480
200
208
230
240
460
0.69
0.75
0.92
1.00
0.92
Electric Heat Pre ssure Drop Table IN. W.C.)
Small Cabinet: 24 --36 CFM
HEATER
CAPACITY
STANDARD CFM (S.C.F.M)
500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600
5kw 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.02 0.04 0.06 0.07
7.5 kw 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.02 0.03 0.05 0.07 0.08 0.09
10 kw 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.02 0.04 0.06 0.07 0.09 0.10 0.11
15 kw 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.02 0.04 0.06 0.08 0.10 0.12 0.14 0.16 0.18
20 kw 0.00 0.00 0.02 0.04 0.06 0.08 0.09 0.11 0.13 0.15 0.17 0.19
Large Cabinet 42 --60 CFM
HEATER
CAPACITY
STANDARD CFM (S.C.F.M)
1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000 2100 2200 2300 2400 2500
5kw 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.01 0.02 0.03 0.04 0.05 0.06 0.07 0.08 0.09 0.10 0.11 0.12
7.5 kw 0.00 0.00 0.01 0.02 0.03 0.04 0.05 0.06 0.07 0.08 0.09 0.10 0.11 0.12 0.13
10 kw 0.00 0.00 0.01 0.02 0.03 0.04 0.05 0.06 0.07 0.08 0.09 0.10 0.11 0.12 0.13
15 kw 0.00 0.02 0.03 0.04 0.05 0.06 0.07 0.08 0.09 0.10 0.11 0.12 0.13 0.14 0.15
20 kw 0.02 0.03 0.04 0.05 0.06 0.07 0.08 0.09 0.10 0.11 0.12 0.13 0.14 0.15 0.16
PH3G----A Horizontal Wet Coil Pressure Drop (IN. W. C.)
UNIT SIZE
STANDARD CFM (S.C.F.M)
500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000
24 0.06 0.07 0.08 0.09 0.1
30 0.12 0.15 0.19 0.23 0.27
36 0.07 0.11 0.18 0.26 0.35
42 0.04 0.07 0.1 0.15 0.21
48 0.11 0.14 0.17 0.22 0.28
60 0.1 0.17 0.23 0.31 0.36
Horizontal Filter Pressur e Drop Table (IN. W.C.)
FILTER SIZE
in. (mm)
ST ANDARD CFM (S.C.F.M)
500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000 2100 2200 2300
20X20X1
(508X508X25)
0.05 0.07 0.08 0.10 0.12 0.13 0.14 0.15 — — — — — — — — — — —
20X24X1
(508X610x25)
— — — .09 .10 .11 .13 .14 .15 .16 — — — — — — — — —
24X30X1
(610X762x25)
— — — 0.04 0.05 0.06 0.07 0.07 0.08 0.09 0.10 — — — — — — — —
24X36X1
(610X914X25)
— — — — — — — 0.06 0.07 0.07 0.08 0.09 0.09 0.10 0.11 0.12 0.13 0.14 0.14
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Dry Coil Air Delivery* -- H orizontal and Downflow Discharge -- Unit PH3G----A24--60
UNIT
MOTOR
SPEED
WIRE
COLOR
EXTERNAL STA TIC PRESSURE (IN. W.C.)
0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9
P H 3 G --- --- A 2 4
Low Blue CFM 754 650 538 429 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
M e d --- L o w Pink CFM 851 777 675 591 475 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
Medium
1
Red CFM 941 851 774 684 576 479 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
M e d --- H i g h Orange CFM 1009 917 840 759 667 577 447 --- --- --- --- --- ---
High Black CFM 1241 1167 1111 1036 969 881 818 731 640
P H 3 G --- --- A 3 0
Low Blue CFM 741 638 547 415 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
M e d --- L o w Pink CFM 973 887 823 733 665 538 451 --- --- --- --- --- ---
Medium Red CFM 1088 1023 954 881 800 723 658 563 461
M e d --- H i g h
1
Orange CFM 1140 1064 996 915 840 758 687 564 480
High Black CFM 1202 1140 1082 1015 961 881 810 732 631
P H 3 G --- --- A 3 6
Low Blue CFM 1234 1168 1093 1021 961 894 825 759 687
M e d --- L o w Pink CFM 1290 1223 1154 1090 1027 977 894 828 762
Medium
1
Red CFM 1354 1290 1226 1158 1102 1046 981 918 843
M e d --- H i g h Orange CFM 1606 1546 1489 1430 1371 1316 1258 1208 1140
High Black CFM 1630 1580 1517 1463 1407 1339 1277 1210 1131
P H 3 G --- --- A 4 2
Low Blue CFM 1295 1234 1182 1126 1075 1016 955 898 857
M e d --- L o w Pink CFM 1345 1282 1235 1194 1140 1095 1027 974 921
Medium Red CFM 1505 1452 1413 1358 1323 1282 1234 1169 1130
M e d --- H i g h
1
Orange CFM 1545 1492 1449 1411 1362 1313 1278 1231 1188
High Black CFM 1705 1643 1607 1568 1518 1483 1448 1404 1360
P H 3 G --- --- A 4 8
Low Blue CFM 1402 1351 1311 1263 1224 1172 1136 1080 1041
M e d --- L o w Pink CFM 1457 1404 1367 1318 1284 1233 1197 1144 1104
Medium
1
Red CFM 1736 1695 1642 1601 1553 1512 1465 1427 1381
M e d --- H i g h Orange CFM 2149 2111 2062 2026 1980 1945 1905 1864 1793
High Black CFM 2344 2306 2259 2203 2141 2070 1991 1902 1803
P H 3 G --- --- A 6 0
Low Blue CFM 1445 1389 1341 1281 1236 1189 1139 1072 1027
M e d --- L o w Pink CFM 1678 1635 1602 1558 1513 1474 1438 1404 1349
Medium
1
Red CFM 1927 1893 1858 1824 1791 1759 1720 1689 1640
M e d --- H i g h Orange CFM 2131 2088 2065 2013 1982 1941 1888 1860 1785
High Black CFM 2461 2409 2339 2286 2192 2140 2062 1968 1874
* Air delivery values are without air filter and are for dry coil (See PH3G--- ---A Horizontal Wet Coil Pressure Drop Table).
1
Factory---shipped cooling speed
NOTE: For horizontal applications deduct field---supplied air filter pressure drop and wet coil pressure drop to obtain external static pressure available for ducting.
For downflow applications see Wet Coil Air Delivery Table for available static including wet coil, 1 ---in. (25 mm) filter and economizer.
Shaded areas indicate speed/static combinations that are not permitted for dehumidification speed.
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TYPICAL PIPING AND WIRING
ROOF
RETURN-AIR
FLEXIBLE DUCT
CEILING
CONCENTRIC DIFFUSER BOX
(FIELD-SUPPLIED)
SUPPLY-AIR
FLEXIBLE DUCT
ROOF-MOUNTING
CURB
A09230
INDOOR
THERMOSTAT
DISCONNECT
PER NEC*
FROM
POWER
SOURCE
RETURN
AIR
TOP COVER
POWER ENTRY
CONTROL ENTRY
*NEC - National Electrical Code
A09240
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APPLICATION DATA
Condensate trap — A 2 --in. (51 mm) condensate trap must be
field supplied.
Ductwork — Secure downflow discharge ductwork to roof curb.
For horizontal discharge applications, attach ductwork to unit with
flanges.
To convert a unit to downflow discharge — Units are equipped
with factory--installed inserts in the downflow openings. Removal
of the inserts is similar to removing an electrical knock --out. Units
installed in horizontal discharge orientation do not require duct
covers.
Maximum cooling airflow — To minimize the possibility of
condensate blow--off from the evaporator, airflow through the units
should not exceed 450 CFM per ton.
Minimum cooling airflow — Minimum cooling airflow is 350
cfm per ton in cooling mode. Airflow can be lower in certain
modes when humidity removal is an issue.
Minimum ambient cooling operation temperature —All
standard units have a minimum ambient cooling operating
temperature of 40_F(4.4_C). W ith accessory low ambient
temperature kit, units can operate at temperatures down to 0_F
(--17.8_C).
Maximum operating outdoor air temperature for cooling is
125_F (51.7_C).
BALANCE POINT WORKSHEET
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
-20-10 0 10203040506070
OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE, ºF
BUILDING HEAT LOSS, UNIT INTEGRATED
HEATING CAPACITY, MBTUH
60
BASED ON INDOOR ENT. AIR AT 
70 ºF AND AT RATED CFM
48
42
36
30
24
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ELECTRICAL DATA
UNIT
NOMINAL
V-PH-HZ
VOLTAGE
RANGE
COMPRESSOR OFM IFM ELECTRIC HEAT POWER SUPPLY
MIN MAX RLA LRA FLA FLA
NOMINAL
kW
FLA MCA MOCP
P H 3 G --- --- A 2 4 208/230-1-60 197 253 13.5 58.3 1.2 4.1
-/- -/- 22.2 30
3.8/5 18.1/20.8 44.8/48.2 45/50
5.4/7.2 25.9/30 54.6/59.7 60/60
7.5/10 36.1/41.7 67.3/74.3 70/80
P H 3 G --- --- A 3 0
208/230-1-60 197 253 16 73 1.2 4.1
-/- -/- 25.3 40
3.8/5 18.1/20.8 47.9/51.3 50/60
5.4/7.2 25.9/30 57.7/62.8 60/70
7.5/10 36.1/41.7 70.4/77.4 80/80
11.3/15 54.2/62.5 93.1/103.4 100/110
208/230-3-60 197 253 10.9 58 1.2 4.1
-/- -/- 18.9 25
3.8/5 10.4/12 31.9/33.9 35/35
7.5/10 20.8/24.1 44.9/49.1 45/50
11.3/15 31.2/36.1 57.9/64.1 60/70
P H 3 G --- --- A 3 6
208/230-1-60 197 253 19.3
79
1.2 6.0
-/- -/- 31.3 45
3.8/5 18.1/20.8 54/57.3 60/60
5.4/7.2 25.9/30 63.7/68.8 70/70
7.5/10 36.1/41.7 76.5/83.5 80/90
11.3/15 54.2/62.5 99.1/109.5 100/110
208/230-3-60 197 253 13 73 1.2 6.0
-/- -/- 23.5 30
3.8/5 10.4/12 36.5/38.5 40/40
7.5/10 20.8/24.1 49.5/53.6 50/60
11.3/15 31.2/36.1 62.5/68.6 70/70
460-3-60 414 506 6 38 0.5 3.0
-/- -/- 11 15
3.8/5 6 18.5/18.5 20
7.5/10 12 26/26 30
11.3/15 18 33.5/33.5 35
P H 3 G --- --- A 4 2
208/230-1-60 197 253 20.9 112 1.2 6.0
-/- -/- 33.3 50
3.8/5 18.1/20.8 56/59.3 60/60
5.4/7.2 25.9/30 65.7/70.8 70/80
7.5/10 36.1/41.7 78.5/85.5 80/90
11.3/15 54.2/62.5 101.1/111.5 110/ 125
15/20 72.2/83.3 123.6/137.5 125/150
208/230-3-60 197 253 13.5 88 1.2 6.0
-/- -/- 24.1 35
3.8/5 10.4/12 37.1/39.1 40/40
7.5/10 20.8/24.1 50.1/54.2 60/60
11.3/15 31.2/36.1 63.1/69.2 70/70
15/20 41.4/47.9 75.8/84 80/90
460-3-60 414 506 6.2 44 0.5 3.0
-/- -/- 11.3 15
3.8/5 6 18.8/18.8 20
7.5/10 12 26.3/26.3 30
11.3/15 18 33.8/33.8 35
15/20 24.1 41.4/41.4 45
P H 3 G --- --- A 4 8
208/230-1-60 197 253 23.5 117 1.2 7.6
-/- -/- 38.2 50
3.8/5 18.1/20.8 60.8/64.2 70/70
5.4/7.2 25.9/30 70.6/75.7 80/80
7.5/10 36.1/41.7 83.3/90.3 90/100
11.3/15 54.2/62.5 105.9/116.3 110/ 125
15/20 72.2/83.3 128.4/142.3 150/150
208/230-3-60 197 253 14.8 83.1 1.2 7.6
-/- -/- 27.3 40
3.8/5 10.4/12 40.3/42.3 45/45
7.5/10 20.8/24.1 53.3/57.4 60/60
11.3/15 31.2/36.1 66.3/72.4 70/80
15/19.91 41.4/47.9 79.1/87.2 80/90
460-3-60 414 506 6.5 41 0.5 3.8
-/- -/- 12.4 15
3.8/5 6 19.9/19.9 20
7.5/10 12 27.4/27.4 30
11.3/15 18 34.9/34.9 35
15/20 24.1 42.6/42.6 45
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ELECTRICAL DATA (CONT)
UNIT
NOMINAL
V-PH-HZ
VOLTAGE
RANGE
COMPRESSOR OFM IFM ELECTRIC HEAT POWER SUPPLY
MIN MAX RLA LRA FLA FLA
NOMINAL
kW
FLA MCA MOCP
P H 3 G --- --- A 6 0
208/230-1-60 197 253 27.4 134 1.2 7.6
-/- -/- 43.1 60
3.8/5 18.1/20.8 65.7/69.1 70/70
5.4/7.2 25.9/30 75.4/80.6 80/90
7.5/10 36.1/41.7 88.2/95.2 90/100
11.3/15 54.2/62.5 110.8/121.2 125/ 125
15/20 72.2/83.3 133.3/147.2 150/150
208/230-3-60 197 253 18.4 110 1.2 7.6
-/- -/- 31.8 45
3.8/5 10.4/12 44.8/46.8 45/50
7.5/10 20.8/24.1 57.8/61.9 60/70
11.3/15 31.2/36.1 70.8/76.9 80/80
15/19.91 41.4/47.9 83.6/91.7 90/100
460-3-60 414 506 8 52 0.5 3.8
-/- -/- 14.3 20
3.8/5 6 21.8/21.8 25
7.5/10 12 29.3/29.3 30
11.3/15 18 36.8/36.8 40
15/20 24.1 44.4/44.4 45
See L egend and Notes below.
A06564
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TYPICAL CONNECTION WIRING SCHEMATIC -- 208/230--1--60
A11002
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TYPICAL LADDER WIRING SCHEMATIC -- 208/230--1--60
A11001
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26
TYPICAL CONNECTION WIRING SCHEMATIC -- 208/230--3--60
A11006
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27
TYPICAL LADDER WIRING SCHEMATIC -- 208/230--3--60
A11005
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28
TYPICAL CONNECTION WIRING SCHEMATIC -- 460--3--60
A10195C
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TYPICAL LADDER WIRING SCHEMATIC -- 460--3--60
A10195L
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CONTROLS
Operating sequence
When power is supplied to unit, the transformer (TRAN) is
energized.
On units with crankcase heater, heater is also energized.
Cooling — With the thermostat in the cooling position, the
thermostat makes circuit “R” to “O”. This energizes the reversing
valve solenoid (RVS) and places the unit in standby condition for
cooling.
As the space temperature rises, the thermostat closes circuit “R” to
“Y”. A circuit is made to contactor (C), starting the compressor
(COMP) and outdoor-- fan motor (OFM). Circuit “R” to “G” is
made at the same time and starts the indoor-- fan motor (IFM).
When the thermostat is satisfied, contacts open, deenergizing C.
The COMP and OFM stop, and the IFM stops after the preselected
time delay.
On the loss of the thermostat call for cooling, 24 V is removed
from both the “Y1/Y” and “G” terminals (provided the fan switch
is in the “AUTO” position) de--energizing the compressor
contactor and opening the contacts supplying power to
compressor/OFM. After a 90--second delay, the IFM shuts off. If
the thermostat fan selector switch is in the “ON” position, the IFM
will run continuously.
Heatin g — On a call for heat, thermostat makes circuites “R” to
“Y) and “R” to “G”.
A circuit is made to C, starting COMP and OFM. Circuit “R” to
“G” also is completed, energizing IFR and starting IFM after the
selected time delay.
Should room temperature continue to fall, circuit “R” to “W” is
made through second--stage thermostat. If optional electric heat
package is used, a relay is energized, bringing on first bank of
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 control,
which includes a field--selectable time period (dip switch 1 and 2
on the board) between checks for defrost (30, 60, 90, or 120
minutes). Electronic timer and defrost cycle start only when
contactor is energized and defrost thermostat (DFT) is closed.
The defrost board is also equipped with a third dip switch for
selecting Quiet Shift operation. The Quiet Shift operation turns
compressor off at defrost initiation and termination. Unit is factory
shipped with quiet shift turned off.
Defrost mode is identical to cooling mode, except outdoor fan
motor stops and a bank of optional electric heat turns on to warm
air supplying the conditioned space.
NOTE:
1. Compressor time delay occurs through the defrost control
board.
2. Defrost control board has built in 5 minute compressor
delay; once the compressor has started and then stopped, it
cannot be restarted again until 5 minutes have elapsed.
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GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS
Packaged Heat Pumps
HVAC Guide Specifications
Size Range: 2to5Tons,NominalCooling
Model Number: P H 3 G -- -- A
Part 1⎯General
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
Outdoor, packaged,air--to --airheat pump unitutilizing a hermetic
scroll compressor for cooling duty and optional electric heating.
Unit shall dischargesupply airvertically or horizontally asshown
on contract drawings. Outdoor fan/coil section shall have a
draw --thru design with vertical discharge for minimum sound
levels.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A. Unit shall be rated in accordance with ARI Standards 210/240
and 270.
B. Unit shall be designed in accordance with UL Standard 1995.
C. Unit shall be manufactured in a facility registered to ISO 9001
manufacturing quality standard.
D. Unit shall be UL listed and c--UL certified as a total package
for safety requirements.
E. Roof curb shall be designed to conform to NRCA Standards.
F. Insulation and adhesives shall meet NFPA 90A requirements
for flame spread and smoke generation.
G. Cabinet insulation shall meet ASHRAE Standard 62P.
DELIVERY, ST ORAGE AND HANDLING
Unit shall be stored and handled per manufacturer’s
recommendations.
Part 2 ⎯ Products
EQUIPMENT
A. General:
Factory--assembled, single--piece, heat pump unit. Contained
within the enclosure shall be all factory wiring, piping, controls,
refrigerant charge (R--410A), and special features required prior
to field start--up.
B. Unit Cabinet:
1. Unit cabinet shall be constructed of phosphated,
zinc--coated, pre--painted steel capable of withstanding 500
hours of salt spray.
2. Normal service shall be through a single removable cabinet
panel.
3. The unit shall be constructed on a rust proof unit base that
has an externally trapped, integrated sloped drain.
4. Indoor fan compartment top surface shall be insulated with
a minimum 1/2--in. (12.7 mm) thick, flexible fiber glass
insulation, coated on the air side and retained by adhesive
and mechanical means. The indoor wall sections will be
insulated with a minimum semi--rigid, foil--faced board
capable of being wiped clean. Aluminum foil--faced
fiberglass insulation shall be used in the entire indoor air
cavity section.
5. Unit shall have a field--supplied condensate trap.
6. Metal Insulated Duct Covers for side discharge will be
standard on all sizes.
7. Unit insulation conforms to ASHRAE 62P.
C. Fans:
1. The indoor fan shall be 5 --speed, direct--drive, as shown on
equipment drawings.
2. Fan wheel shall be made from steel and shall be
double-- inlet type with forward--curved blades with
corrosion resistant finish. Fan wheel shall be dynamically
balanced.
3. Outdoor fan shall be direct--drive, propeller--type with
aluminum blades riveted to corrosion resistant steel spiders,
be dynamically balanced, and discharge air vertically.
D. Compresso r:
1. Fully hermetic compressors with factory--installed vibration
isolation.
2. Scroll compressors shall be standard on all units.
3. Compressor Protection:
Defrost control shall protect compressor by preventing
“short cycling.”
E. Coils:
Indoor and outdoor coils shall have aluminum plate fins
mechanically bonded to seamless copper tubes with all joints
brazed. (Copper/copper and vinyl--coated construction available
as option.) Tube sheet openings shall be belled to prevent tube
wear .
F. Refrigerant Metering Device:
Refrigerant metering device shall be thermostatic expansion
valve for cooling, and fixed orifice for heating.
G. Filters:
Filter section shall consist of field--installed, throwaway, 1--in.
(25 mm) -- thick fiberglass filters of commercially available
sizes.
H. Controls and Safeties:
1. Unit controls shall be complete with a self-- contained, low--
voltage control circuit.
2. Units shall incorporate an internal compressor protector that
provides reset capability.
I. Operating Characteristics:
1. Unit shall be capable of starting and running at 125_F
(51.7_C) ambient outdoor temperature.
2. Compressor with standard controls shall be capable of
operation down to 40_F(4.4_C) ambient outdoor
temperature in cooling mode.
3. Unit shall be provided with 60 --second fan time delay after
the thermostat is satisfied.
J. Electrical Requir ements:
All unit power wiring shall enter the unit cabinet at a single
location.
K. Motors:
1. Compressor motors shall be of the refrigerant--cooled type
with line-- break thermal and current overload protection.
2. All fan motors shall have permanently lubricated bearings,
and inherent, automatic reset, thermal overload protection.
3. Condenser fan motor shall be totally enclosed.
4. Evaporator Fan Motor to be high--efficiency ECM motor.
5. Condenser fan motor shall be totally enclosed.
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GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS (CONT)
L. Special Features Available:
1. Coil Options:
Base unit with tin plated indoor coil hairpins.
2. Compressor Start Kit (single phase units only
Shall provide additional starting torque for single--phase
compressors.
3. Thermostat:
To provide for two--stage heating and one--stage cooling in
addition manual or automatic changeover and indoor fan
control.
4. Crankcase Heater:
Shall provide anti-- floodback protection for lowload cooling
applications.
5. Economizer:
a. Economizer controls capable of providing free cooling
using outside air.
b. Equipped with low leakage dampers not to exceed 3%
leakage, at 1.0 IN. W.C. pressure differential.
c. Spring return motor shuts off outdoor damper on power
failure.
6. Electric heaters:
a. Electric heater shall be available as a field installed
option.
b. Heater elements shall be open wire type, adequately
supported and insulated with ceramic bushings.
c. Electric heater packages must provide single point
power connection capability.
7. Filter Rack Kit:
Shall provide filter mounting for downflow applications.
8. Flat Roof Curb:
Curbs shall have seal strip and a wood nailer for flashing
and shall be installed per manufacturer’s instructions.
9. Low Ambient Package:
Shall consist of a solid--state control and outdoor coil tem-
perature sensor for controlling outdoor--fan motor opera-
tion, which shall allow unit to operate down to 0_F
(--17.7_C) outdoor ambient temperature.
10. Louvered Grille:
Wire grille shall be standard on all units. Louvered grille
shall be available as a field --installed option to provide hail
guard and vandalism protection.
11. Manual Outdoor Air Damper:
Package shall consist of damper, birdscreen, and rainhood
which can be preset to admit outdoor air for year--round
ventilation.
12. Square-- To --Round Duct Transitions (24--48 size):
Shall have the ability to convert the supply and return open-
ings from rectangular to round.
E2011 Payne Heating & Coo ling Systems D 7310 W. Morris St. D Indianapolis, IN 46231 Printed in U.S.A. Edition Date: 02/11
Manufacturer reserves the right to change, at any time, specifications and designs without notice and without obligations.
C a t a l o g N o : S S --- P H 3 G --- 0 3
R e p l a c e s : S S --- P H 3 G --- 0 1
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