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Single-Package Cooling Units

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SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS 1

INST ALLA nON. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 1

Step 1 - Check Equipment and Jobsite

• UNPACKAGE UNIT

• INSPECT EQUIPMENT

• COMPLETE OR CONSIDER SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Step 2 - Mount Unit .

• ON THE GROUND: MOUNT UNIT ON A SOLID LEVEL CONCRETE PAD

• ON THE ROOF: MOUNT UNIT ON A LEVEL PLATFORM OR FRAME

Step 3 - Make Ductwork Connections. " 1-2

• CONNECT RETURN AND SUPPLY

AIR DUCTWORK

Step 4 - Provide for Unit Condensate

Disposal 3

• CONNECT DRAIN LINE

Step 5 - Make Electrical Connections .. 3-5

• INSTALL BRANCH CIRCUIT FUSED DISCONNECT PER NEC

• BRING LINE POWER LEADS TO UNIT

• CONNECT GROUND LEADS TO

GROUND LUG IN SPLICE BOX

• SET INDOOR FAN MOTOR SPEED

• CONNECT CONTROL POWER WIRING

• ELECTRIC HEATER INST ALLA nON

START-UP 6

SERVICE 7

MAINTENANCE 10

SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS

Installation and servicing of air conditioning equipment can be hazardous due to system pressure and electrical components. Only trained and qualified service personnel should install, repair or service air conditioning equipment.

Untrained personnel can perform basic maintenance functions of cleaning coils and filters and replacing filters. All other operations should be performed by trained service personnel. When working on air conditioning equipment, observe precautions in the literature, tags and labels attached to the unit and other safety precautions that may apply.

Follow all safety codes. Wear safety glasses and work gloves. Use quenching cloth for unbrazing

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operations. Have fire extinguishers available for all brazing operations.

WARNING: •••• fJefOre ••••• perfonning •••• service •••• or maintenao¢e •• operations.·on •• unit, •• turn·.off •• rnain pO\ver.switch.to<unit. •• Tllrn .. ofi'accessory.heater power<switchjfapplicable.Electrical shock could •• cause •• personal •• injury ..•.••••••••••••••.•••••••.

INSTALLATION

Step 1 - Check Equipment and Jobsite UNPACKAGE UNITS - Move unit to final location. Use care as unit is heavy and awkward to handle. Remove unit from carton taking special care not to damage unit.

INSPECT EQUIPMENT - File claim with shipping company if shipment is damaged or incomplete.

COMPLETE OR CONSIDER SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS before installing the 50YH packaged air conditioner.

Consult local building codes and National Electrical Code (NEC) for special installation requirements.

Provide sufficient space for condenser airflow clearance, wiring, and servicing unit. (See Fig. 1 and 2.) Locate unit where supply and return air ducts can be conveniently brought out to unit duct connections.

Unit may be placed with duct side as close to building as top removal, duct connections and power connections will permit. Position unit so water from roof will not drain on top of unit, see Fig. 3. Make provisions for condensate drainage. Maintain a 4-ft clearance above unit for vertical air discharge.

Step 2 - Mount Unit

ON THE GROUND: MOUNT UNIT ON A SOLID, LEVEL CONCRETE PAD -Install unit on a solid, level concrete pad. Construct pad so that when unit is installed, the pad extends 6 in. beyond rear and sides of unit. Front of unit with condensate trap should be flush with pad for proper trap positioning (see Fig. 2). Top of pad should be 3 in. above ground level. Extend a 24-in. gravel apron around pad for condensate drainage.

ON THE ROOF: MOUNT UNIT ON A LEVEL PLATFORM OR FRAME - Elevate unit for proper clearance as described under ground installation above. Design roof and plan water runoff so as to prevent unit and its duct flashing from sitting in water, in accordance with all applicable codes.

Form 50YH-3SI

Step 3 - Make Ductwork Connections CONNECT RETURN AND SUPPLY AIR DUCTWORK - Connect ductwork to unit supply and return air duct connections. Refer to Fig. I and Table I for unit supply and return air connection sizes and locations.

~CONDENSER AIRFLOW

{CONDUIT CONTROL-)WIRING

RIGHT SIDE VIEW

Certified dimension drawings available on request

Fig. 1 - Dimensions and Connections

CONDENSATE T,RAf>

c--t-- 50YH UNIT

F"RONT SlOE OF" UNIT WITH ACCESS PANEl.S

NOTES:

1. Extend a 24-io. gravel apron around concrete pad

2. Unit is offset on.padto provide clearance for condensate

traP.. . ...

3 Provide a 3,ft service clearance at front. rear and left side ··ofl.loit.

Fig. 2 - U nit Position on Concrete Pad - 50YH

Table 1 - Installation Data (See Fig. 1.)

UNIT 50YH

""M~w'~"u,,, M"",,"wC

OPER WT (Ib)

DIM (ft-in)

024 ] - 030 320

048 I 054 I 060

- 410 T - 4251 440-

042 370

FILTER SIZEt (in)

Disposable

4-0-7/16 14

3-5/8! 2-7-5/8 !2-7-5/8j3-1-5/8 -11-314 2-3-3/412-3-3/4 2-9-3/4

--I I -1

I 20x25 25x25

25x25 i 25x25 . 20x25 i 20x25

25 25 [16X20--l'- 20x20

x 16x20 20x20

Permanent

"Dirnansion C includes l-in base support channels tRecommended field-supplied filters are l-in thick

Flanges are provided on unit for rectangular duct connections. Figure 3 shows a typical duct system with SOYH installed. Do not operate unit longer than S minutes without ductwork or damage to blower motor may result. If necessary, refer to Carrier System Design Manual, Part 2, for system air duct design. When designing and installing ductwork, consider the following.

I. When connecting ductwork to unit, do not drill holes in area shown below. Coil may be damaged.

2. All units should have field-supplied filters installed in return air ductwork. Recommended sizes for filters are shown in Table l.

3. Avoid abrupt duct size increases and reductions.

Abrupt change in duct size adversely affects air performance.

4. Use flexible connectors between ductwork and unit to prevent transmission of vibration. When electric heater is installed, use fireproof canvas (or similar heat resistant material) connector between ductwork and unit discharge connection. If flexible duct is used, insert a sheet metal sleeve inside of duct. Heat resistant duct connector (or sheet metal sleeve) must extend 24 in. from electric heater element.

S. Size ductwork for cooling air quantity (cfm). The minimum air quantity for safe electric heater operation is:

UNIT 50YH

-~-- 024'--~

030 036 042 048 054 060

MIN CFM 700

875 1050 1225 1400 1575 1875

Heater limit switches may trip at air quantities below those recommended and heater element life may be shortened.

6. All external ductwork must be insulated and weatherproofed. Ducts passing thru unconditioned space must be insulated and covered with vapor barrier in accordance with the latest issue of SMACNA's (Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association) and NESCA's (National Environmental Systems Contractors Association) minimum installation standards for residential heating and air conditioning systems.

7. Secure all ducts to building structure. Weatherproof duct openings in wall or roof according to good construction practices.

Step 4 - Provide for Unit Condensate Disposal

Condensate may be drained directly onto gravel apron or connected by drain line(s) to a dry well. Condensate disposal methods must comply with local codes and practices.

CONNECT DRAIN LINE to rubber condensate drain fitting on side of unit (see Fig. 4). Use clamp provided. Install factory-supplied condensate trap (taped to indoor fan housing for shipment) at end of drain line. If a drain line is not used, connect condensate trap to unit drain fitting. Trap must be installed to prevent entry of outside air.

Step 5 - Make Electrical Connections

WARNING:. To •• prevent electrical shock or equipment damage, make sure disconnects are open before electrical connectIons • arem.ade .. lf this •••• action •.. is ••• not ••. taken, •••• personal ••• injury ••• may

occur. • « . ...»< •... ..••. .>< « .. •• . ..

Field wiring must comply with local ~hd national fire, safety and electrical codes. Voltage to unit must be within ± 10% of voltage indicated on nameplate. On 3-phase units, phase must be balanced within 2%. Contact local power company for correction of improper line voltage.

Operation of unit on improper line. voltage or with excessive phase imbalance . constitutes abuse and could affect Carrier warranty .

- POWER WIRING

-CONTROL WIRING

• CONDENSER AIRFLOW i) EVAPORATOR AIRFLOW

"Separate fused disconnect required for electric heater

Fig. 3 - Typical Installation - 50YH

See Table 2 for recommended wire and fuse sizes.

Table 2 - Unit Electrical Data (60-Hz)

OPER COMPRESSOR IFM OFM

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66 1 2 6 14 0 1 8 1 3

65 127 24 1 3

88 172 25 1 3

104 210 35 20

94 224 49 20

106 26 2 27 9 4 9 2.0

.!~~~·13·~7f30-t·;?~~1 i'l- 2.0

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79 152 166 35

79 157 166 49

87 7.7 18.3 4.9

35 72

35 72

35 88

BRANCH CIRCUIT
~-~~
Min Pwr Max Min Gnd Max Fuse Min
Wire Ft Wire or HACR Circuit
Size Wire Size Ckt Bkr Amps
(AWG) (AWG)t Amps:j:
10 10 30
12 12 30
10 10 40
8 10 50
8 10 50
6 10 60
6 60 50YH024 50YH030 50YH036 50YH042 50YH048 50YH054 50YH060 50YH030 50YH036

'~5OYH042 . 50YH048 50YH054

197

230/1

50YH042 50YH048 50YH054

~~g~~g:~2'-"46~/3 I 506

,,~~.YHO~~ j,

50YH042 I 2 0 14 117 14 1 5 10.7

50YH048 575/3 633518 20 14 114 14 15 11.0

50YH054I 2 0 14 116 14 1 5 10 8

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BSCS - Branch Circuit Selection Current

FLA - Full Load Amps

HACR - Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration

IFM - Indoor Fan Motor

LRA - Locked Rotor Amps

OFM - Outdoor Fan Motor

RLA - Rated Load Amps

'Permissible limits of the voltage range at which units will operate satisfactorily

[Required when using nonmetallic conduit tMaximum dual element fuse size

**Not suitable for operation with ambient temperatures over 105 F

between 187 and 197 volts

NOTE: Table based on copper wire size at 60 C If copper-clad aluminum or greater lengths of wire are required, consult with latest National Electrical Code

1-84

Power wmng must be copper or copper-clad aluminum. Do not use aluminum wire.

INSTALL A BRANCH CIRCUIT FUSED DISCONNECT of adequate size to handle unit starting current. Provide a separate fused disconnect for unit and for accessory electric heater as required. Power supplied to unit and heaters shall have same electrical characteristics. (See electric heater Installation, Start-Up and Service Instructions.) Locate disconnect(s) within sight of and readily accessible from the unit, per Section 440-14 of National Electrical Code (NEC).

BRING LINE POWER LEADS INTO UNIT - For unit power, extend leads from fused disconnect thru hole provided (Fig. 1) into line wiring splice box (Fig. 4). Connect only to copper on copper-clad aluminum wire.

CONNECT GROUND LEAD TO GROUND LUG IN SPLICE BOX FOR SAFETY:

Fig. 4 - Evaporator Blower Compartment Details

WARNING: Make ground connection before connecting power wiring or personal. injury may , occsr: due to electrical· shock. See Fig~· 5.

GROUND LUG (IN SPLICE BOX)

~6~~SE {LI ~~::~~:~~ -_2-BLK--~

TO FUSED DISCONNECT

L2--------- ~-YEL--_J

.... ;- ~ -:~:_: :; .. ; . ; .. : ;; :.

Using field-supplied wire nuts, connect line power leads to yellow and black pigtails on single-phase units or yellow, blue and black pigtails on 3-phase units. Tape each connection.

SET INDOOR FAN MOTOR SPEED - Refer to page 2 for minimum allowable air quantity for safe electric heater operation. Operation at a lower air quantity may result in nuisance tripping, reduced heater element life and unnecessary callbacks. Three-speed indoor fan motor is factory wired for high-speed cooling operation. Fan motor has terminal board equipped with spade-type speed selector terminals marked 1, 2 and 3 for motor speed as follows:

GROUND LUG (IN SPLICE BOX)

---GROUND LEAD----

3-PHASE CONN

TO FUSED DISCONNECT

LI ----------Q-BLK----i L2--------- -Q-BLU--_J

L3---- ----

--Q-YEL- -_J

MOTOR TERM'NAL--l--~-l· - 2

FAI':ISPEED ~_f:l~9_h . ~edlum ... 1.- _

Lower fan speeds are available when accessory

electric heat is installed in unit. If cooling selection is on high (Terminal 1), fan speed for electric heat is medium; if cooling speed selection is lowered to medium (Terminal 2), speed for electric heat is on low.

---Field Wiring

_.R_ Splice Connections

Fig. 5 - Line Power Connections

LI

LEGEND

THERMOSTAT ASSEMBLY

SFR

C - Contactor

FR - Fan Relay

HC - Heater Contactor

IFM - Indoor Fan Motor OFM - Outdoor Fan Motor SFR - Safety Fan Relay

TC - Thermostat, Cooling

TH - Thermostat, Heating

---- Field Wiring

Factory Wiring

Fig. 6 - Typical 50YH Wiring Schematic, 2-Stage Heating Shown

4

L2

CONTROL POWER WIRING (24 v) is brought thru water-tight connector and 7/ 8-in. conduit provided in unit, Fig. 1. Extend leads to unit control wiring terminal board, and connect leads to terminal board (see Fig. 6, 7 and 8).

The 50YH unit transformer supplies 24-v power for complete system including accessory electric heater.

~- ----------~ @--~--------- --0 ~- --------- -~

G G)

CD

(W)- - - - - - - - - ~))---+--) r~~EM HHE~~I~R

@ WIRING LABEL)

0)---+--

THERMOSTAT a SUBBASE (SEE BELOW)

UNIT CONTROL BOX WIRING TERMINAL BOARD

THERMOSTAT

HH93AZ044 HH93PZ096

SUBBASE

HH01AD042 HH01PD042

50YH with 5, 7-112 and 10 kw heaters; 1-phase and 3-phase

~- ----------~ @-- --------- --0 ~- --------- -~

G G)

CD

@--

INSTALL I

6~~0f~oOR r~~~H1~~I~R

THERMOSTAT @ WIRING LABEL)

C )___+_-

THERMOSTAT a SUBBASE (SEE BELOW)

UNIT CONTROL BOX WIRING TERM I NAL BOARD

-1-- ~~:i~g!i

THERMOSTAT

HH01AD042 HH01PD042

50YH with 15 and 20 kw heaters, 1-phase; 15, 20 and 25 kw heaters, 3-phase

ELECTRIC HEATER INSTALLATION - For complete heater installation data, refer to accessory electric heater Installation, Start-Up and Service booklet. Power to heaters must have same electrical characteristics as the base unit.

)FROM HEATER (SEE HEATER WIRING LABEL)

O FIELD INSTALLED yVJUMPER

~- ----------~ @-- --------- --0 ~- --------- -~

G G) (@

INSTALL JUMPER SEE NOTE

@-- ---------

THERMOSTAT a SUBBASE (SEE BELOW)

UNIT CONTROL BOX WIRING TERMINAL BOARD

TH~FlMQ§!AT HH01AD040 HH01AD042

---1

--

SU!'I!'IASE HH93AZ040 HH93AZ042

50YH with 5, 7-112 and lOkwheaters, 1-phase; 10 kw heaters, 3-phase

O I /FIELD INSTALLED 'y-I-" JUMPER

~- ----------~ @-- --------- --0 ~- --------- -~

G G)

THERMOSTAT a SUBBASE (SEE BELOW)

UNIT CONTROL BOX WIRING TERMINAL BOARD

_§UBBASE HH93AZ040 HH93AZ042

50YH with 15 and 20 kw heaters, 1-phase; 15, 20 and 25 kw heaters, 3-phase

NOTE Jumper is required to bring on safety fan relay when electric heat is used

Fig. 7 - Control Connection Diagrams - 50YH, Cooling and One-Stage Heating

5

INSTALL JUMPER SEE NOTE

THERMOSTAT a. SUBBASE (SEE BELOW)

UNIT CONTROL BOX WIRING TERMINAL BOARD

50YH with 15 and 20 kw heaters, 1-phase; 15, 20 and 25 kw heaters, 3-phase

1

FACTORY ~ ~INSTALLED

~~ _J~~~~ -------0 @--~--------- --8 ~- --------- -~

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@

I

INSTALL JUMPER SEE NOTE

INSTALL JUMPER OR OUTDOOR THERMOSTAT

l r~~~HHE~~~~R

l---~- WIRINGLABEL)

C 1----_-

THERMOSTAT a. SUBBASE (SEE BELOW)

UNIT CONTROL BOX WIRING TERMINAL BOARD

HH07AT070

THERMOSTAT

HH93AZ076 or HH93AZ080

50YH with 27 kw heater, 1-phase

NOTE Jumper is required to bring on safety fan relay when electric heat is used

Fig. 8 - Control Connection Diagrams - 50YH, Cooling and Two-Stage Heating

START-UP

The 50YH, 3-phase units are equipped with a crankcase heater. Energize heater a minimum of 24 hours before starting unit. To energize heater only, turn the thermostat to OFF position and close electrical disconnect to 50YH unit. Failure to turn on heater may lead to compressor damage.

Heat Anticipator Setting for Room Thermostat - Set anticipator settings for room thermostat according to Table 3. These settings may be changed slightly to provide a greater degree of comfort for a particular installation.

Table 3 - Heat Anticipator Settings

HEATER MODEL NO. 88EJ

-00 5 OMAOO·-- 0075MAOO 0100MAOO 0150MAOO 0200MAOO 0270MAOO

2nd Stage

26

26 26 52

0100EAOO 0150EAOO 0200EAOO 0250EAOO

-0100FA66 0150FAOO 0200FAOO 0250FAOO

~~~--

26

26 26 26

26 26 26

26

NOTE: If single-stage heating thermostat is used, add first and second stage values for anticipator setting

To Start Unit - (Ensure crankcase heater on 3- phase units has been energized for 24 hours.) Adjust the thermostat as follows:

1. Set selector switch at OFF.

2. Set fan switch as desired (FAN) (AUTO.).

3. Turn on main disconnect switch( es) to unit.

4. Set thermostat dial to the desired temperature.

5. Set selector switch at COOL. Check system

refrigerant charge, See Refrigerant Charging.

Single-Phase Units 50YH024, 030, 036 and 042 - When supply voltage is within 10% limit and compressor does not start, give compressor a temporary capacitance boost.

TEMPORARY CAPACITANCE BOOST - If necessary, see Carrier Standard Service Techniques Manual, Chapter 2, for details.

...........................

WARNING: Capacitance boost is to be . formed by. trainedpcrsonneL Improper

cedure could cause personal injury.

UNIT CONTROLS

Refer to Table 4 for particular controls used on single- and 3-phase units.

High-Pressure Relief Valve (Safety Control) is located in compressor. Relief valve opens at a pressure differential of approximately 550 psi between suction (low side) and discharge (high side) to allow pressure equalization.

6

Table 4 - Compressor Safety Controls

Crankcase Heater (3-phase only) warms compressor crankcase and prevents refrigerant dilution of oil in crankcase.

SAFETY CONTROLS ~T

I

i"NTERNALI'lIGH-PRESSURE" RELIEF VALVE

50YH UNITS 1-Phase I 3-Phase

All Units

Time Guard® Circuit provides for a 5-minute delay before restarting compressor after shutdown for any reason. On normal start-up, the Time Guard timer causes a delay of 15 seconds after thermostat closes before compressor will start. On compressor shutdown, the timer prevents restart for 4 minutes, 45 seconds. Three-phase units are equipped with Time Guard.

INTERNAL CURRENT-TEMP ()2~4~3g4~36, 030,036,042,

SENSITIVE OVERLOAD "048,054

054,060

__ n ~

030,036,042, 048,054

036,Q36,()42, 048,054 030,036,042, 048,054

LOW-PRESSURE SWITCH

SERVICE

HIGH-PRESSURE SWITCH

CRANKCASE HEATER

TIME GUARD® CIRCUIT

Internal Current and Temperature Sensitive Overload (Safety Control) resets automatically when internal compressor motor temperature drops to a safe level (overloads may require up to 45 minutes to reset). When an internal overload is suspected of being open, check by using an ohmmeter or continuity tester. If necessary, refer to Carrier Standard Service Techniques Manual, Chapter 2, for complete instructions.

Low-Pressure Switch (3-phase only) located on unit suction line, resets automatically. Low-pressure switch settings: cutout, 27.0 ± 4 psig; cut-in, 60 (+ 15, -0) psig.

High-Pressure Switch (3-phase only) located on unit liquid line, resets automatically. High pressurestat settings: cutout, 428 (+5, -10) psig; cut-in, 320 ± 20 psig.

Refrigerant Charging

WARNING: When rna king bose connections, .. do not touch capacitor terminals as: possipility . of eiectricalshockexists. Avoid contact with hot I gas discharge line to prevent a burn when work-

ing on compressor~.· .

Unit refrigerant system is factory charged. When recharging is necessary during cooling season, weigh in total charge indicated in Table 5. Purge any refrigerant remaining in system before recharging. Purge charging hose before charging. Standard 1/4-in. Schrader Service Connections (Fig. 9) are provided on high and low sides of refrigerant system for evacuation and charging.

ORIFICE RING

CONDENSER FAN AND MOTOR

CONTROL WIRING TERMINAL BLOCK

CONDENSER COIL

EVAPORATOR BLOWER MOTOR

LINE POWER [illL----- SPLICE BOX

=-,;.;.;.;.:o:.:L. CONDENSATE

DRAIN

COMPRESSOR EVAPORATOR BLOWER HOUSING

Fig. 9 - Component Location

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Re_friQGontrol ~api_II~~Y_I!:lbe

EVAP FAN Centrifugal - Direct Drive

Rpm 1100/1025/950

Diam (in.) 9 9 9 9 j 10 10 10

Width (in) 7 7 9 9 9 9 10

ARICfm 900 1125 1350 1575 1800 1925 2150

Motor Hp 1/5 1/5 1/3 1/2 1/2 1/2 3/4

~COND FAN Propeller - Direct Drive

Rpm 1050

Cfm 2500125001250013500135001350013600

Diam (in.) 20

Motor Hp 1I5J 1/4J 1/4 1/4J_l!~

*Factory refrigerant charge

Dial-a-charge charging cylinder is an accurate device used to recharge systems by weight. These cylinders are available at refrigeration supply firms.

To check or adjust charge, use unit charging chart, Fig. 10 thru 16, and follow Charging Chart method below. The Charging Chart may be used as an alternate method of recharging the system.

1. Operate unit a minimum of 10 minutes before checking charge and after each charge adjustment.

2. Measure suction pressure by attaching a gage to unit suction service port. Purge line to remove trapped air. See Fig. 9.

3. Measure condenser coil air dry-bulb temperature with a service thermometer.

4. Using a sling psychrometer, measure wet-bulb temperature of air entering evaporator fan coil.

5. Refer to correct Charging Chart. Locate point on corner where air dry-bulb and evaporator air wet-bulb temperature lines intersect.

SUCTION PRESSURE AT COMPRESSOR, PSIG

Fig. 10 - Charging Chart - 50YH024

6. From intersect point, project vertically downward to suction pressure. Compare chart suction pressure to unit suction pressure (step 2).

7. If unit suction pressure is lower than chart pres- .-. sure, add refrigerant to system until chart pres-

sure is reached. If unit suction pressure is higher

than chart pressure, remove refrigerant until

chart pressure is reached.

40 50 60 70 80 90

SUCTION PRESSURE AT COMPRESSOR, PSIG

100

Fig. 11 - Charging Chart - 50YH030

40

50

90

100

70

60

80

SUCTION PRESSURE AT COMPRESSOR,PSIG

Fig. 12 - Charging Chart - 50YH036

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Fig. 13 - Charging Chart - 50YH042

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SUCTION PRESSURE AT COMPRESSOR, PSiG

Fig. 14 - Charging Chart - 50YH048

COMPRESSOR REMOVAL

See Table 6 for compressor information and Fig. 9 for component location. Follow safety codes, and wear safety glasses and work gloves. Have quenching cloth available (step 8).

CAUTION: AlumittuD.'1tubingisuse<i<ln some :.?OYH unit c()ils. Do<n_otoverhe3.torpI~ex,. ·::cess~ve.strainQn .: tllbing··o:rdamage·~y •• reStrl(·· .

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SUCTION P.RESSURE AT COMPRESSOR, PSIG

Fig. 15 - Charging Chart - 50YH054

420aJ:~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

50

90

100

60

70

80

SUCTION PRESSURE AT COMPRESSOR, PSIG

Fig. 16 - Charging Chart - 50YH060 I. Shut off power to unit.

WARNING:F.uluretod6scilliYieSilitin.< <

electncal·· s~.o.f~ .. ~.~~!~~~~:~E1?!~~%:·: : .......•.•... .Lj

Remove unit access panel.

2. Remove refrigerant from unit by purging refrigerant from system to a container. Avoid contact with refrigerant to prevent burns. Wear safety glasses to protect eyes. Remove refrigerant from system until high and low pressure sides of system are at 0 psig .

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Table 6 - Compressor Data

42 42 42 72 72 72 72 72 72 43 43

72 72 72

COOLING UNIT

50YH()24 50YH030 50YH036 50YH042 50YH048 50YH054 50YH060

PRODUCTION COMPRESSOR' ~ MD24T3FE AH8532E AH8543E

230/1 AH8548E

PC4616AD PC5316AD PC5316AD

50YH042 50YH048 50YH054

. sbYlio42- - - - ---

50YH048 50YH054

PH4616AD PH4616AD PH4616AD

PJ4616AD PJ4616AD

PJ5316AD

~_-.L~ •

72 72

50YH042 50YH048 575/3 50YH054

72 72

'Refer to Service Parts Catalog for replacement compressor model number

3. Remove core from suction and discharge line Schrader valves.

4. Disconnect compressor wiring at compressor terminal box.

5. Using a tubing cutter, cut suction and discharge lines at convenient place near compressor.

......... ',' .-.... . ..... ,",' .

CAU'fION" •• Excessive •• movement.of.copper lines·at.compressormay.cause.a.break.where lines connect to evaporator or condenser.

6. Remove crankcase heater from compressor base (3-phase only).

7. Remove compressor hold-down bolts and slide compressor out.

8. Carefully unbraze suction and discharge line piping stubs from compressor. If oil vapor in piping stubs ignites, use quenching cloth.

9. Braze piping stubs (removed in step 8) on new compressor.

10. Install new compressor in unit. Braze suction and discharge lines to compressor piping stubs (at points where cut, step 5) using fieldsupplied copper couplings. Ensure compressor hold-down bolts are in place. Connect wiring.

II. Determine cause of compressor failure:

Mechanical failure, Mild burnout or Severe burnout.

If a mechanical failure or mild burnout, check and purge capillary, install liquid line drier, triple evacuate system and recharge system. If a severe burnout, check and clean or replace capillary. Install a liquid line drier. Install a suction line drier ahead of the compressor.

Triple evacuate system, charge and run system for 48 hours. Remove suction line drier and discard. Check oil for acidity. If oil indicates acid, remove oil from compressor. Recharge compressor with oil and reinstall suction and liquid

line driers. Run for 48 hours and recheck sys-

tem. If oil is satisfactory, discard suction line

drier and install new liquid line drier. Evacuate

and recharge system.

MAINTENANCE

Lubrication

COMPRESSOR contains factory oil charge. Replace oil when lost. See Table 6 for oil recharge. If necessary, refer to Carrier Standard Service Techniques Manual, Chapter I, page 1-21, for oil recharging procedure. Use Carrier PP33-1, Texaco Capella B or Suniso 3G oil.

FAN MOTOR BEARINGS are prelubricated for 3 years heavy duty or 5 years normal duty. When lubrication is necessary, send motor to authorized motor repair shop.

Evaporator (Indoor Coil)

WAltNING,B~fbrekerformin~ recommended,

malntenance, •• be.sure.main.power switch. to. unit '.'"

is.turned •• off. ••• Rotating •• blower.wheel·may •• cause ,:

injury'.orelecrrical •• shocK'may'.occur .

COIL - Lift or remove top cover for access to indoor coil. Inspect coil periodically. Clean as described under Condenser (Outdoor Coil) below.

Condensate Drain - Clean condensate drain trap with bottle brush; then flush condensate pan beneath evaporator coil with clean water. Ensure water flows freely thru condensate drain.

EVAPORATOR BLOWER WHEEL should be centered in fan housing. To adjust fan, remove fan motor orifice assembly as described below. Loosen setscrew holding fan to motor shaft. Adjust fan and retighten setscrew.

Evaporator Blower Removal - See Fig. 17. Disconnect blower motor wiring. Remove sheet metal screws holding blower housing in place. Slide out complete blower, motor and orifice assembly.

CAUTION: Blower assembly is heavy. Lift assembly after it clears supports.

To remove blower, take apart housing by unscrewing side of orifice opening. Also, loosen setscrew on motor shaft.

Cleaning Evaporator Blower Wheel - Remove • caked-on dirt from blower wheel and housing with brush; warm water and detergent. When replacing blower assembly, ensure blower wheel is centered

in housing.

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Fig. 17 - Indoor Blower Removal

• Condenser (Outdoor Coil)

WARNING: Shutoff main power disconnect before performing maintenance as electrical shock or injUry from rotating fan blades may occur.

COIL - Lift or remove top cover for access to outdoor coil (see Fig. 9). Inspect coil periodically. Clean coil with water at the beginning of every cooling season or more often if required. Use ordinary garden hose at a pressure high enough to clean efficiently. For best results, spray coil fins from inside-to-outside the unit. If unit has a doublerow condenser coil, carefully loosen screws or clips securing rows. Spread rows slightly (approx 1 in.). Do not strain connections. Flush dirt and debris to the outside of both coils. Flush basepan to remove dirt and debris. Flush dirt from base pan by spraying

water thru top of unit. A void splashing mud on coil or water on the fan motor. Slots under condenser coil permit easy flushing.

CONDENSER FAN POSITION - Required fan position is shown in Fig. 18. Adjust fan by loosening setscrews and moving blades up or down. Fan blade must not be higher than 2-1/4 in. below discharge grille.

NOTE' Fan blade must not be higher than 2-114 in below discharge grille

Fig. 18 - Outdoor Air Fan Adjustment

CONDENSER FAN AND MOTOR REMOVAL - Remove screws holding condenser fan grille in place. Disconnect fan motor leads from controllers and capacitor and disconnect ground wire. Feed all wires thru compressor partition. Lift fan, motor, and orifice assembly out of unit. Feed replacement wiring thru bushing on compressor partition. Install replacement fan motor assembly. After replacing fan motor assembly, reconnect fan motor leads. Turn power on.

Return Air Filter (Field Supplied) - Replace throwaway filter 4 times a year. Clean permanenttype filter a minimum of 4 times yearly. Flush permanent filter with hot water, steam or soak in mild solution of soap or detergent and water. Allow filters to dry and replace. Refer to filter manufacturer's instructions, as required, for other types of filters.

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SYMPTOM AND PROBABLE CAUSE

TROUBLESHOOTING CHART

PROBABLE REMEDY

COMPRESSOR SHUTS OFF, FAN OVERLOAD OR HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH CUT OUT, OR INTERNAL PRESSURE RELIEF OPENS

Condenser Fan On

Condenser air restricted or recirculating.

Refrigerant overcharge, noncondensables in system, system restricted

Improper line voltage, loose electrical connections; faulty run capacitor.

Condenser Fan Off

Fan slipping on shaft, fan motor bearing stuck, fan motor defective

Loose electrical connections Fan motor overload open.

COMPRESSOR RUNS BUT COOLING IS INSUFFICIENT

Low refrigerant charge

Dirty filters, partially restricts airflow (evaporator coil may be partially iced)

High Suction Pressure

Defective compressor valves (accompanied by low head pressure)

COMPRESSOR SHUTS OFF FROM LOWPRESSURE SWITCH CUTOUT

Evaporator Fan Runs

Low refrigerant charge or restricted evaporator air

Restricted refrigerant flow

Evaporator Fan Stopped

Evaporator fan-motor defective or inoperative.

COMPRESSOR SHUTS OFF, WILL NOT RESTART

Contactor Open

Burned out transformer, open thermostat circuit, faulty control relay, open overload

Contactor Closed or Closes, Then Opens Compressor power is out, compressor motor is burned out or internal overloads are open. Time Guard® Circuit faulty

Condenser coil blocked. Maintenance, Coil Cleaning. Check airflow clearance (Fig. 2).

Review Refrigerant Charging procedures; purge system, replace filter-drier, check refrigerant control.

Review Installation, Step 5, replace capacitor

Tighten fan hub setscrew, see Condenser Fan Motor Removal.

Check unit wiring. Check motor bearings Replace motor

Check Refrigerant Charging procedures.

Check evaporator air system for dry filters, obstruction in ductwork, improper damper settings. Refer to coil, fan coil or furnace instructions as applicable.

Perform Compressor Replacement procedure. Recheck system charge

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See Compressor Runs But Cooling Is Insufficient above regarding filters, ductwork, etc.

Check refrigerant flow device (capillary).

Check for defective fan relay, condition of motor bearings and overloads, check and tighten electrical connections, check power supply

Check control circuit components and wiring. Refer to unit label diagram, check all conditions. Refer

to Standard Service Techniques Manual, Chapter 2, Electrical.

Check main power supply wiring Refer to Electrical Data table and label diagram. Substitute Time Guard with a replacement to verify its operation Refer to Standard Service Techniques Manual, Chapter 2, Electrical

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For replacement items use Carrier Specified Parts

Form 50YH-3SI Supersedes 50YH-2SI

Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations

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Printed in USA

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Catalog No 535-003

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