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Product Data

AQUAFORCE™ 30XA080-500 Air-Cooled Liquid Chillers
80 to 500 Nominal Tons

AquaForce chillers were designed from the ground up to meet the efficiency demands of today and the future by providing premium aircooled chiller packages for contractors, consulting engineers and building owners. • Rotary screw compression • R-134a HFC refrigerant • Quiet AeroAcoustic™ fan system • Easy to use ComfortLink™ controls

Features/Benefits
AquaForce 30XA chillers provide best full load and part load performance in a single chassis from 80 to 500 tons.
Premium performance
The Aqua Series of chillers are Carrier’s most efficient air-cooled models. The AquaForce chiller is one of the most affordable air-cooled chillers to operate (and maintain). The AquaForce chiller offers full load EER (Energy Efficiency Ratio) up to 10.7 and IPLV (Integrated Part-Load Value) up to 15.1. High-efficiency rotary screw compressors with infinitely variable slide valves allow the chillers to exactly match actual load conditions, delivering exceptional part load performance. The AquaForce chillers will deliver superior efficiency through all operating ranges to keep costs and demand charges down. This exceptional performance will have a significant impact on energy savings and cost of ownership.
Well exceeds ASHRAE 90.1 Standards.

Copyright 2005 Carrier Corporation

Form 30XA-2PD

AquaForce™ chillers’ quiet operation make them ideal for sound sensitive applications
Great performance is delivered in a low sound unit that will be quiet enough for any application including hospitals, schools and other sites located in residential neighborhoods. The AquaForce chiller’s AeroAcoustic™ fan is almost twice as quiet as the competition’s per cfm. During part load operation, when units operate with fewer fans, means even quieter operation in cooler weather and during nighttime operation.

Electronic expansion valve (EXV) allows for precise control through all operating ranges.

resistance. With such a structurally sound base, no perimeter mounting rail is needed.

Highly efficient, reliable chilled water circuit
AquaForce chillers provide a comprehensive chilled water circuit utilizing a high efficiency shell-in-tube flooded cooler. Units are equipped with a 100% drainable cooler. Electronic thermal-dispersion flow switch is included with the cooler. The switch is factory installed and tested and contains no moving parts for high reliability.

ComfortLinkTM controls for ease of use
The ComfortLink controls communicate in plain English, making it as easy as possible to monitor and control each AquaForce chiller while accurately maintaining fluid temperatures. Carrier 30 Series chillers’ ComfortLink controls provide features such as chilled water temperature reset, demand limiting, compressor wear minimization and protection, temperature and pressure displays and diagnostic functions. These controls result in higher chiller reliability, simplified training and more productive service calls with correspondingly lower operational and maintenance costs. Carrier's exclusive handheld Navigator™ display provides convenience and powerful information in the palm of your hand. The Navigator display helps technicians to quickly diagnose problems and even prevent them from occurring. All AquaForce units are ready to be used with the Carrier Comfort Network (CCN).

Environmentally sound
R-134a refrigerant enables you to make a responsible choice in helping to preserve the environment. R-134a refrigerant is an HFC refrigerant that does not contain ozone-layer damaging chlorine. R-134a refrigerant is unaffected by the Montreal Protocol. R-134a refrigerant is a safe, nontoxic, efficient and environmentally sound refrigerant.

Built in reliability
AquaForce chillers were developed under one of the most exacting qualification programs ever used for commercial chiller products. The compressors are virtually maintenance-free and protected by an auto-adaptive control that minimizes compressor wear. Operate AquaForce chillers year-round from –20 F (–29 C) to 125 F (52 C), with a combination of options and control methods. The following features are also provided to help ensure reliable performance: Multiple independent circuits provide redundancy and greater reliability.

Easy installation
A single chassis design provides a one-piece unit from 80 to 500 tons. The base rail is industrial-quality 1/ -in. cold-rolled steel for maximum 4 structural integrity. The zinc-dipped and painted galvanized frame provides protection for corrosion

Table of contents
Page Features/Benefits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3 Model Number Nomenclature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 ARI Capacity Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Physical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-9 Options and Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10,11 Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-29 Selection Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30-32 Performance Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33-37 Typical Piping and Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Electrical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39, 40 Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41-43 Control and Power Wiring Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Application Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45-49 Guide Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50-53

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Features/Benefits (cont)
AEROACOUSTIC™ FAN vs. PROPELLER FAN SOUND POWER [dB(A)]
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PENETRATES BUILDING STRUCTURE

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1/3 OCTAVE BAND CENTER FREQUENCY (Hz) AEROACOUSTIC FAN PROPELLER FAN

AEROACOUSTIC FAN VS PROPELLER FAN

NAVIGATOR™ DISPLAY

SMOOTH ROTARY COMPRESSOR TWIN-SCREW DESIGN

LOW-NOISE AEROACOUSTIC FAN

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Model number nomenclature
AQUAFORCE™ CHILLER MODEL NUMBER DESIGNATION
30XA 200 6 0 L

30XA – Air-Cooled AquaForce™ Chiller Design Series Unit Sizes 080 140 240 400 090 160 260 450 100 180 280 500 110 200 325 120 220 350 Voltage 1 – 575-3-60 2 – 380-3-60 4 – 230-3-60 6 – 460-3-60 7 – 200-3-60 Condenser Coil/High Ambient Options 6 – Aluminum Fin/Copper Tube, High Ambient Temperature, Compressor Enclosures 8 – Aluminum Pre-Coat Fin/Copper Tube, High Ambient Temperature, Compressor Enclosures 9 – Aluminum E-Coat Fin/Copper Tube, High Ambient Temperature, Compressor Enclosures F – Aluminum Fin/Copper Tube, Standard Ambient Temperature, Compressor Enclosures H – Aluminum Pre-Coat Fin/Copper Tube, Standard Ambient Temperature, Compressor Enclosures J – Aluminum E-Coated Fin/Copper Tube, Standard Ambient Temperature, Compressor Enclosures Not Used Cooler/Brine Options 0 – Integral Cooler 3 – Integral Cooler, Minus One Pass 5 – Integral Cooler, Plus One Pass B – Integral Cooler, Brine F – Integral Cooler, Minus One Pass, Brine H – Integral Cooler, Plus One Pass, Brine

Packaging/Security Options L – Coil Face Shipping Protection (CFSP) 0 – CFSP, Skid 1 – Skid, Top Crate, Bag 3 – CFSP, Coil Trim Panels 4 – CFSP, Skid, Coil Trim Panels, Shipping 5 – Skid, Top Crate, Bag, Coil Trim Panels Controls/Communication Options - – None 0 – EMM 1 – Remote Service Ports, GFI-CO 2 – EMM, Remote Service Port, GFI-CO 7 – BACnet™ Translator 8 – BACnet Translator, EMM 9 – BACnet Translator, Remote Service Port, GFI-CO B – BACnet Translator, EMM, Remote Service Port, GFI-CO H – LON Translator J – LON Translator, EMM K – LON Translator, Remote Service Port, GFI-CO L – LON Translator, EMM, Remote Service Port, GFI-CO

Electrical Options - – Single Point Power, XL, Terminal Block, No Control Transformer 0 – Single Point Power, Wye-Delta, Terminal Block, No Control Transformer 3 – Dual Point Power, XL, Terminal Block, No Control Transformer 4 – Dual Point Power, Wye-Delta, Terminal Block, No Control Transformer 7 – Single Point Power, XL, Disconnect, No Control Transformer 8 – Single Point Power, Wye-Delta, Disconnect, No Control Transformer C – Dual Point Power, XL, Disconnect, No Control Transformer D – Dual Point Power, Wye-Delta, Disconnect, No Control Transformer H – Single Point Power, XL, Terminal Block, Control Transformer J – Single Point Power, Wye-Delta, Terminal Block, Control Transformer M – Dual Point Power, XL, Terminal Block, Control Transformer N – Dual Point Power, Wye-Delta, Terminal Block, Control Transformer R – Single Point Power, XL, Disconnect, Control Transformer S – Single Point Power, Wye-Delta, Disconnect, Control Transformer W – Dual Point Power, XL, Disconnect, Control Transformer X – Dual Point Power, Wye-Delta, Disconnect, Control Transformer

Refrigeration Circuit Options - – None 1 – Suction Service Valves 2 – Low Ambient Temperature Head Pressure Control 5 – Suction Service Valves, Low Ambient Temperature Head Pressure Control

EMM GFI-CO LON XL

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LEGEND Energy Management Module Ground Fault Interrupting Convenience Outlet Local Operating Network Across-the-Line Starter

Quality Assurance
Certified to ISO 9001:2000

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ARI* capacity ratings (English and SI)
30XA UNIT SIZE 080 090 100 110 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300 325 350 400 450 500 CAPACITY (TONS) 75.4 84.4 94.3 102.4 110.7 132.9 152.6 171.3 194.0 211.6 228.2 251.0 268.6 287.5 306.7 324.3 383.7 426.2 457.0 (kW) 265.3 297.0 331.7 360.3 389.5 467.4 536.9 602.5 682.4 744.1 802.7 882.8 944.6 1011.2 1078.6 1140.4 1349.5 1499.1 1607.2 TOTAL POWER (kW) 83.7 84.6 97.7 108.3 119.1 135.6 160.0 176.3 201.4 222.3 247.0 261.9 280.1 305.2 323.3 351.1 423.0 482.1 523.5 FULL LOAD (EER) 9. 9 10.7 10.5 10.4 10.3 10.7 10.6 10.7 10.7 10.6 10.4 10.7 10.7 10.6 10.6 10.4 10.2 10.0 9. 9 (COP) 2.8 3.0 3.0 2.9 2.9 3.1 3.0 3.0 3.1 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.9 2.8 2.8 (EER) 14.2 14.5 14.8 15.1 15.1 14.3 14.4 14.3 14.8 14.3 14.8 14.3 14.4 14.6 14.3 14.3 14.7 14.1 14.2 IPLV (COP) 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.3 4.1 4.1 4.1 4.2 4.1 4.2 4.1 4.1 4.2 4.1 4.1 4.2 4.0 4.1 COOLER FLOW RATE (gpm) (L/s) 180.4 11.4 201.9 12.7 225.5 14.2 244.9 15.5 264.8 16. 7 317.8 20.0 365.1 23.0 409.6 25.8 463.9 29.3 505.9 31.9 545.8 34.4 600.3 37. 9 642.2 40.5 687.5 43.4 733.4 46.3 775.4 48. 9 917. 6 57. 9 1019.3 64.3 1092.8 68.9 COOLER PRESSURE DROP (ft wg) (kPa) 11.4 34.1 10.6 31.7 13.2 39.5 12.5 37.4 12.6 37. 7 13.9 41.6 14.6 43.7 13.1 39.2 13.9 41.6 14.1 42.2 14.5 43.4 14.4 43.1 14.3 42.8 13.5 40.4 13.7 41.0 13.8 41.3 10.7 32.0 10.7 32.0 11.5 34.4

LEGEND COP — Coefficient of Performance EER — Energy Efficiency Ratio IPLV — Integrated Part Load Value *Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute (U.S.A.). NOTES: 1. Rated in accordance with ARI Standard 550/590-98 at standard rating conditions. 2. Standard rating conditions are as follows: Cooler Conditions: Leaving water temperature: 44 F (6.7 C) Entering water temperature: 54 F (12.2 C) Fouling Factor : 0.00010 hr x sq ft °F/Btu (0.000018 m2 x °C/W) Condenser Conditions: Entering Air Temperature: 95 F (35 C) 3. All data in this table is rated in accordance with ARI Standard 550/590.

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30 6/6/— 111..5 6 4 75.30 4 /4 /— 74.Diameter (in.75/6..4 220 220 220 300 300 300 3/ 8 3/ 8 3/ 8 6 2 8 1 6 3 8 2 8 1 8 3 8 2 8 1 8 3 8 2 8 1 8 3 8 2 8 1 8 3 8 2 8 1 8 3 8 1 — — — — 8 1 — — — — 8 1 — — — — 850/1140 9.5/7.) Maximum Refrigerant Pressure (psig) Maximum Fluid Side Pressure (psig) WATER CONNECTIONS Drain (NPT.. Victaulic (in.5 220 300 3/ 8 200 13....748 R-134a.600 148..5/5. Ckt A/Ckt B/Ckt C Minimum Capacity Step (%) Standard Optional COOLER Net Fluid Volume (gal.000 198.30 7/6/— 120.5 220 220 220 300 300 300 3/ 8 3/ 8 3/ 8 5 2 5 1 4 3 5 2 5 1 4 3 5 2 5 1 4 3 5 2 5 1 4 3 5 2 5 1 4 3 5 2 5 1 5 3 5 2 5 1 5 3 6 2 8 1 6 3 6 2 8 1 6 3 6 2 8 1 6 3 850/— 9.30 10/6/— 9/9/— 9/9/— 148.30 3 /3 /— 55.30 4 /4 /— 6/4/— 6/4/— 74.0 220 150 3/ 8 450 25.5/5.900 161...30 9/6/— 139.5/5.5 50. Victaulic (in. Victaulic (in.071 120 140 160 180 13.) Number of passes Minus 1 Pass...800 8/6/8 516 Cu — Al — N/A — *30XA080 unit does not have an economizer.0 220 150 3/ 8 17.75/— 13 9 44.25/— 14 10 37..5/7.30 10/6/— 148.200 10/6/— 375 9/9/— 422 35-4 7-43/4 7-67/16 9/9/— 422 850/1140 9.0 220 300 3/ 8 260 16. †The high ambient temperature option is not available on 30XA080-120 units. Vertical Discharge 850/— 850/1140 850/1140 9. EXV Controlled System 415/270/— 375/375/— 415/375/— Semi-Hermetic Twin Rotary Screws 2 2 2 3500 ( 1) 185 (1) 165 (1) 185 (1) 120 (1) 165 (1) 165 N/A N/A N/A 7.. Inlet and Outlet..800 6/6/— 281 850/1140 9.5 27.5/— 12 15 14 7 10 10 Flooded... Inlet and Outlet.975 415/205/415 3 ( 1) 90 ( 1) 185 ( 1) 185 7..931 108/108/— 2 (1) 50 (1) 50 N/A 5. Fans (Ckt A/Ckt B/Ckt C) Total Airflow (cfm) 850 rpm Total Airflow (cfm) 1140 rpm CONDENSER COILS No.269 415/270/415 3 (1) 120 (1) 185 (1) 185 7.30 9.30 9.. in.75/7..) Maximum Refrigerant Pressure (psig) Maximum Fluid Side Pressure (psig) WATER CONNECTIONS Drain (NPT.75/— 15 10 39.800 6/6/— 281 23-7 850/1140 9.887 270/270/— 2 (1) 120 (1) 120 N/A 6. EXV Controlled System 135/135/— 202/115/— 225/135/— Semi-Hermetic Twin Rotary Screws 2 2 2 2 3500 (1) 60 (1) 60 (1) 90 (1) 100 (1) 50 (1) 60 (1) 50 (1) 60 N/A N/A N/A N/A 5.75/7.0 220 300 3/ 8 15 11 11 10 7 8 Flooded. Blades.800 8/6/8 516 43-2 850/1140 9.800 167.216 11.. Shell and Tube Type 48.75/— 7.900 161.400 186.727 270/225/— 2 (1) 120 (1) 100 N/A 6.000 6/6/8 469 39-3 850/1140 9.400 10/6/— 375 31-5 Shrouded Axial Type.362 18. in..5/6.5 53..5/— 7.. Victaulic (in..25/— 15 10 31..712 225/225/— 2 (1) 100 (1) 100 N/A 6.30 8/6/8 204..) Number of passes Minus 1 Pass.) Number of Passes CONDENSER FANS Fan Speed (rpm) Standard/High Ambient† No.5 220 300 3/ 8 090 8.5 7 5 83.0 220 300 3/ 8 280 17.600 272.5 9 6 68. Inlet and Outlet.800 198.800 — 3 /3 /— 141 11-10 850/— 9.30 6/6/— 111.) Number of Passes CONDENSER FANS Fan Speed (rpm) Standard/High Ambient† No.200 7/6/— 305 27-6 850/1140 9...400 — 4 /4 /— 188 850/— 9.953 270/270/375 3 (1) 120 (1) 120 (1) 165 6...505 11.5/— 6.000 4 /4 /— 188 6/4/— 234 19-8 7-425/32 7-67/16 6/4/— 234 850/1140 9..25/6.000 93.5/— 15 9 16. Victaulic (in. Coils (Ckt A/Ckt B/Ckt C) Total Face Area (sq ft) CHASSIS DIMENSIONS (ft-in. Victaulic (in.30 6/6/8 186.400 223.400 — 4 /4 /— 188 15-9 850/— 9.600 272.30 4 /4 /— 74.5/5..) Standard.5/6.Physical data 30XA080-500 — ENGLISH UNIT 30XA OPERATING WEIGHT (lb) Al-Cu Condenser Coils REFRIGERANT TYPE Refrigerant Charge (lb) Ckt A/Ckt B/Ckt C COMPRESSORS Quantity Speed (rpm) (Qty) Compressor Nominal Capacity (tons) Ckt A (Qty) Compressor Nominal Capacity (tons) Ckt B (Qty) Compressor Nominal Capacity (tons) Ckt C Oil Charge (gal).75/6.0 220 150 3/ 8 500 26. Vertical Discharge 850/1140 850/1140 850/1140 9.0 220 300 3/ 8 135/108/— 9.590 205/205/— 2 (1) 90 (1) 90 N/A 6.75/— 10 8 42. Blades.25/6.5/6.. Inlet and Outlet.500 186.5/— 15 9 18.5 220 300 3/ 8 100 8.30 8/6/8 204.25/5.022 375/270/— 2 ( 1) 165 (1) 120 N/A 7.5/— 14 8 20..5/— 15 9 18.0 220 300 3/ 8 300 325 350 400 23.400 — 4 /4 /— 188 Shrouded Axial Type.30 4 /4 /— 74.) No..Diameter (in..30 7/6/— 120.5/5.0 25.200 7/6/— 305 27-6 UNIT 30XA OPERATING WEIGHT (lb) Al/Cu Condenser Coils REFRIGERANT TYPE Refrigerant Charge (lb) Ckt A/Ckt B/Ckt C COMPRESSORS Quantity Speed (rpm) (Qty) Compressor Nominal Capacity (tons) Ckt A (Qty) Compressor Nominal Capacity (tons) Ckt B (Qty) Compressor Nominal Capacity (tons) Ckt C Oil Charge (gal).. Coils (Ckt A/Ckt B/Ckt C) Total Face Area (sq ft) CHASSIS DIMENSIONS (ft-in.704 97/97/— 2 (1) 45 (1) 45 N/A 5.853 375/220/— 2 ( 1) 165 (1) 100 N/A 7..400 93.0 220 300 3/ 8 220 14.25/— 15 10 34.25/7. Shell and Tube Type 23.30 9.5/— 5.30 9.5/6.) Length Width Height 080 7.200 223.25/5. 6 ..674 86/86/— 2 (1) 45* (1) 45* N/A 5.834 19.75/6.5/6.000 248.) Number of passes Plus 1 Pass. Fans (Ckt A/Ckt B/Ckt C) Total Airflow (cfm) 850 rpm Total Airflow (cfm) 1140 rpm CONDENSER COILS No.000 124.) Length Width Height LEGEND Copper Aluminum Not Applicable 240 14. Inlet and Outlet..) No. Ckt A/Ckt B/Ckt C Minimum Capacity Step (%) Standard Optional COOLER Net Fluid Volume (gal.000 — 124... Inlet and Outlet.5/— 6.000 9/6/— 352 850/1140 9.600 148.040 R-134a.5 220 300 3/ 8 110 9.) Standard.) Number of passes Plus 1 Pass.

2/19.113 — 4 /4 /— 17 4800 Shrouded Axial Type. Inlet and Outlet.587 122.6 1516..9 6/4/— 22 14.0 r/s CONDENSER COILS No.2/— 93/93/— Semi-Hermetic Twin Rotary Screws 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 58.2/19...6 0 6 170.) Standard.4/25..522 58.8 2068 2068 2068 3/ 8 3/ 8 3/ 8 15 10 119.3/122.8/— 23.4/— 25.8 1034 3/ 8 500 11.906 100 4.339 10/6/— 35 9/9/— 39 10770 2255 2300 9/9/— 39 14.6/— 28.. Inlet and Outlet.2/19.8/20.1/ 122.) Number of Passes CONDENSER FANS Fan Speed (r/s) Standard/High Ambient† No.0 1516.536 170.8 2068 3/ 8 15 11 11 10 7 8 Flooded.2/19..4 1516.669 70.) Length Width Height 080 3.8 2068 3/ 8 14 8 75. †The high ambient temperature option is not available on 30XA080-120 units..078 7/6/— 28 8382 UNIT 30XA OPERATING WEIGHT (kg) Al/Cu Condenser Coils REFRIGERANT TYPE Refrigerant Charge (kg) Ckt A/Ckt B/Ckt C COMPRESSORS Quantity Speed (r/s) (Qty) Compressor Nominal Capacity (tons) Ckt A (Qty) Compressor Nominal Capacity (tons) Ckt B (Qty) Compressor Nominal Capacity (tons) Ckt C Oil Charge (liter).8/20.782 9/6/— 33 14..1 1516.6/— 13 9 166.226 93.. Victaulic (in.0 9.837 87..873 188.2/— 102/61. Victaulic (in.3/ 122.409 8.0 9.9 1516.4/28.762 8/6/8 96..159 5.8 1516.4/25.495 10.3/102/ 188. EXV Controlled System 188.8 2068 2068 2068 3/ 8 3/ 8 3/ 8 12 7 9 6 257.6/28..5/122.1/170.8 1516.004 93...7/— 15 10 128.226 6/6/— 26 7188 14. Inlet and Outlet.8/ — 2 (1) 165 (1) 100 N/A 28.5/102/— 2 (1) 120 (1) 100 N/A 25.) Length Width Height LEGEND Cu — Copper Al — Aluminum N/A — Not Applicable 240 6.7/23.) Number of Passes CONDENSER FANS Fan Speed (r/s) Standard/High Ambient† No.2/19. Blades.2/— 14.4/25. Inlet and Outlet.335 — 3 /3 /— 13 3606 14.8/— 20.5/ — 2 (1) 165 (1) 120 N/A 28.3 3 (1) 90 (1) 185 (1) 185 28.0 9.8 2068 3/ 8 300 7 .634 10/6/— 35 9576 Shrouded Axial Type.2 r/s Total Airflow (L/s) 19.1 1516.6/— 10 8 159.. Inlet and Outlet.7/20.2 1516.1/99.6/23..0 9.8/— 20.226 6/6/— 26 14.3 (1) 45* (1) 45 (1) 50 (1) 60 (1) 60 (1) 90 (1) 100 (1) 90 (1) 45* (1) 45 (1) 50 (1) 50 (1) 60 (1) 50 (1) 60 (1) 90 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 20.113 — 4 /4 /— 17 14.634 93.8/20. Fans (Ckt A/Ckt B/Ckt C) Total Airflow (L/s) 14.) No.0 1516.762 9.135 102/102— 2 (1) 100 (1) 100 N/A 23.762 8/6/8 96.5/ 170.561 128.891 43. EXV Controlled System 102/102/— 91..0 9.0 9.7/23.5 3 (1) 120 (1) 185 (1) 185 28.891 — — 58.Diameter (mm.762 7/6/— 57.7/— 23..263 6.8/20.6/— 15 10 147.5/ — 2 (1) 120 (1) 120 N/A 25.8 2068 3/ 8 220 6.561 128. Shell and Tube Type 183..4/— 28.522 4 /4 /— 17 4 /4 /— 17 6/4/— 22 5994 2255 2296.8/20.762 6/6/— 52.669 70.) Number of passes Plus 1 Pass.2/19..2/19.) Number of passes Minus 1 Pass.983 R-134a..3/170.762 4 /4 /— 4 /4 /— 6/4/— 6/4/— 35.0 9.8 2068 3/ 8 15 9 70.087 R-134a.782 117.762 4 /4 /— 35..2/— 9..8 2068 3/ 8 280 7 .4 7 5 314.) Number of passes Plus 1 Pass.2/19.1/122. Fans (Ckt A/Ckt B/Ckt C) Total Airflow (L/s) 14.059 76.6/25. Victaulic (in.1 1516.634 105.8 1516.7 1516.7 1516.068 120 140 160 180 200 6. Coils (Ckt A/Ckt B/Ckt C) Total Face Area (sq m) CHASSIS DIMENSIONS (mm.4 6 4 283.0 9..6 191. in.5/122.6/28.762 9/6/— 65.4/23.30XA080-500 — SI UNIT 30XA OPERATING WEIGHT (kg) Al-Cu Condenser Coils REFRIGERANT TYPE Refrigerant Charge (kg) Ckt A/Ckt B/Ckt C COMPRESSORS Quantity Speed (r/s) (Qty) Compressor Nominal Capacity (tons) Ckt A (Qty) Compressor Nominal Capacity (tons) Ckt B (Qty) Compressor Nominal Capacity (tons) Ckt C Oil Charge (liters).2/19.004 79.113 43..) Number of passes Minus 1 Pass.078 7/6/— 28 8382 14.2/19.0 1516.1 Semi-Hermetic Twin Rotary Screws 2 2 2 3 3500 (1) 185 (1) 165 (1) 185 (1) 120 (1) 120 (1) 165 (1) 165 (1) 120 N/A N/A N/A (1) 165 28.0 14.0 r/s CONDENSER COILS No.747 8/6/8 48 *30XA080 unit does not have an economizer.2/— 9.0 9.. in.0 9.2 1516.653 122.762 7/6/— 57..2/— 14.8 1034 3/ 8 8...4 15 14 10 10 Flooded. 7 .445 090 3.5 1516.129 5.762 6/6/8 87.6/25.762 4 /4 /— 35.762 10/6/— 9/9/— 9/9/— 70.7/28..5 104. Ckt A/Ckt B/Ckt C Minimum Capacity Step (%) Standard Optional COOLER Net Fluid Volume (liters) Maximum Refrigerant Pressure (kPa) Maximum Fluid Side Pressure (kPa) WATER CONNECTIONS Drain (NPT.1 96.0 14. Shell and Tube Type 87.8 2068 3/ 8 5 2 5 1 4 3 5 2 5 1 4 3 5 2 5 1 4 3 5 2 5 1 4 3 5 2 5 1 4 3 5 2 5 1 5 3 5 2 5 1 5 3 6 2 8 1 6 3 6 2 8 1 6 3 6 2 8 1 6 3 14.4/25.2/19.747 8/6/8 48 13158 14.2 r/s Total Airflow (L/s) 19.8/— 20.2/19.2 202.. Victaulic (in...7/23.059 76.762 9. Ckt A/Ckt B/Ckt C Minimum Capacity Step (%) Standard Optional COOLER Net Fluid Volume (liters) Maximum Refrigerant Pressure (kPa) Maximum Fluid Side Pressure (kPa) WATER CONNECTIONS Drain (NPT.8/— 20.226 79.4/28.0 14.2/19.5/ — — — 170.113 35.8 2068 3/ 8 4.3/188.762 9.7 4 8 325 350 400 450 11.1/ 188.762 3 /3 /— 26.6 1516. Victaulic (in. Coils (Ckt A/Ckt B/Ckt C) Total Face Area (sq m) CHASSIS DIMENSIONS (mm.8 2068 3/ 8 260 7.. Inlet and Outlet..8/— 23.2/— 9. Vertical Discharge 14.8 1034 3/ 8 6 2 8 1 6 3 8 2 8 1 8 3 8 2 8 1 8 3 8 2 8 1 8 3 8 2 8 1 8 3 8 2 8 1 8 3 8 1 — — — — 8 1 — — — — 8 1 — — — — 14.) No.009 110 4.8 1516.043 6/6/8 44 11964 14..8 2068 3/ 8 15 9 70...762 10/6/— 70.0 9.. Vertical Discharge 14. Victaulic (in..762 6/6/— 52.991 188.762 9...7/— 14 10 140. Blades.2/19.Diameter (in.6/52.) Standard.7/— 39/39/— 44/44/— 49/49/— 49/44/— 15 9 62.762 9.

727 O 1354 1293 1357 P 945 953 941 Total 24.373 1536 953 1281 1321 974 1703 1843 11.214 26. 8 .Physical data (cont) UNIT WEIGHTS — STANDARD UNITS UNIT WEIGHTS — ENGLISH 30XA UNIT SIZE 080 30XA UNIT SIZE 090 100 110 120 30XA UNIT SIZE 140 160 30XA UNIT SIZE 180 200 30XA UNIT SIZE 220 240 260 280 300 30XA UNIT SIZE 325 350 30XA UNIT SIZE 400 450 500 MOUNTING WEIGHT (lb) B C D Total 1759 1773 2039 7594 MOUNTING WEIGHT (lb) B C D E F Total 2145 822 1023 2115 1262 8611 2202 853 1054 2171 1288 8837 2237 872 1079 2208 1293 8968 2270 875 1082 2240 1327 9102 MOUNTING WEIGHT (lb) B C D E F G H Total 1513 938 1254 1291 957 1684 1792 11.615 16.668 16.539 18.525 MOUNTING WEIGHT (lb) B C D E F G H I J K 1266 1609 1528 898 1286 1329 918 1449 1147 1307 1288 1629 1546 901 1289 1332 921 1457 1155 1331 1563 1655 808 2496 1084 1599 2495 865 1393 1526 1584 1685 816 2522 1087 1601 2505 868 1418 1547 1607 1707 832 2590 1104 1633 2575 880 1430 1567 MOUNTING WEIGHT (lb) B C D E F G H I J K 856 1043 1549 828 2560 1143 1639 2453 873 1708 860 1047 1561 836 2606 1153 1666 2504 877 1713 MOUNTING WEIGHT (lb) B C D E F G H I J K 1311 1521 3014 1329 837 2281 1148 1643 2418 817 1256 2168 2281 982 1134 2097 2178 2858 2067 1629 1314 2205 2321 987 1139 2107 2188 2868 2077 1633 A 2023 A 1243 1269 1279 1309 A 1944 1992 A 974 979 A 883 900 566 569 579 A 856 860 A 924 933 921 L 902 920 566 569 579 L 1320 1323 L 1341 1343 1348 Total 14. UNIT WEIGHTS — SI 30XA UNIT SIZE 080 30XA UNIT SIZE 090 100 110 120 30XA UNIT SIZE 140 160 30XA UNIT SIZE 180 200 30XA UNIT SIZE 220 240 260 280 300 30XA UNIT SIZE 325 350 30XA UNIT SIZE 400 450 500 MOUNTING WEIGHTS (kg) B C D Total 798 804 925 3445 MOUNTING WEIGHT (kg) B C D E F Total 973 373 464 959 572 3906 999 387 478 985 584 4009 1015 395 489 1001 587 4068 1030 397 491 1016 602 4129 MOUNTING WEIGHT (kg) B C D E F G H Total 686 425 569 585 434 764 813 5159 697 432 581 599 442 772 836 5263 MOUNTING WEIGHT (kg) B C D E F G H I J 694 535 887 572 589 910 408 615 436 700 543 895 575 593 915 411 620 438 MOUNTING WEIGHT (kg) B C D E F G H I J 574 730 693 407 583 603 416 657 520 584 739 701 409 585 604 418 661 524 709 751 367 1132 492 725 1132 392 632 719 764 370 1144 493 726 1136 394 643 729 774 377 1175 501 741 1168 399 649 MOUNTING WEIGHT (kg) B C D E F G H I J 388 473 703 375 1161 518 744 1113 396 390 475 708 379 1182 523 756 1136 398 MOUNTING WEIGHT (kg) B C D E F G H I J 595 690 1367 603 380 1035 521 745 1097 570 983 1035 446 514 951 988 1297 938 596 1000 1053 448 516 956 992 1301 942 A 918 A 564 576 580 594 A 882 904 A 442 444 A 401 408 257 258 262 A 388 390 A 419 423 418 Total 6087 6135 K 593 604 692 702 711 K 775 777 K 370 739 741 L 409 417 257 258 262 L 599 600 L 608 609 611 Total 6587 6653 7536 7607 7748 M 388 390 M 1034 693 700 N 388 390 N 477 669 675 Total 8409 8495 O 614 586 616 P 428 432 427 Total 10983 11873 11991 NOTE: Condenser Coil: Aluminum Fins/Copper Tubing.420 1543 1198 1973 1267 1308 2017 907 1367 967 13.769 17.522 14.082 M 856 860 M 2280 1528 1543 N 856 860 N 1052 1475 1489 Total 18.603 MOUNTING WEIGHT (lb) B C D E F G H I J Total 1530 1179 1955 1261 1298 2006 900 1356 961 13.175 26.436 NOTE: Condenser Coil: Aluminum Fins/Copper Tubing.

30XA080 B A F 30XA220-300 E D C B A Compressors Compressors C D G H I J K L 30XA090-120 C B A G 30XA325-350 F E D C B A Compressors Compressors D E F H I J K L M N 30XA140-160 D C B A H G 30XA400-450 F E D C B A Compressors Compressors E F G H I J K L M N O P 30XA180-200 E D C B A Compressors F G H I J 9 .

This option may allow for an increase in machine capacity. and is also available as a field-installed accessory. The expansion device is modified to correct for the lower refrigeration flow rates.e. Plus-one-pass cooler provides a greater efficiency for brine applications and in applications with a high delta T and low flow. BACnet™ translator control provides an interface between the chiller and a BACnet Local Area Network (LAN. The BACnet translator control is also available as a field-installed accessory. Condenser coil trim panels are also available as a field-installed accessory. and discrete input for “Ice Done” indication for ice storage system interface. i.. Minus-one-pass cooler provides a lower pressure drop through the cooler for applications with low delta T or high flow or where the coolers are piped in a series. Several features are provided with this module including leaving fluid temperature reset. finished appearance for the condenser coil ends of the compressor side of the unit.e. Compressor suction service valve provides additional protection.1). Low ambient temperature head pressure control permits operation of the 30XA units to –20 F (–29 C) outdoor ambient temperature. Service option provides a remote service port for Navigator™ display connection and a factory-installed 10 convenience outlet that includes 4-amp GFI (Ground Fault Interrupt) receptacle. The port is housed in a waterproof enclosure conveniently located for easy access to information during operation and maintenance routines.Options and accessories ITEM Condenser Coil and Fan Options Aluminum Fins/Pre-coated Aluminum Fins E-Coat High Ambient Temperature Option Controls/Communication Options BACnet™ Translator Control Chillervisor System Manager III Multi-Unit Control DataLINK™ Control DataPort™ Control Energy Management Module Convenience Outlet LON Translator Control Remote Enhanced Display Remote Service Port Cooler Options Medium Temperature Brine Minus One Pass Cooler Plus One Pass Cooler Electrical Options Unit-Mounted Main Disconnect. Medium temperature brine option allows for leaving fluid temperatures to be set between 15 and 39 F (–9. cooling set point reset or demand limit control from a 4 to 20 mA signal. The high ambient temperature option is not available on 30XA080120 units. The control is also available as a field-installed accessory and may require field-installed wind baffles. The LON translator control is also available as a field-installed accessory. Convenience outlet is 115-v female receptacle. Energy management module provides energy management capabilities to minimize chiller energy consumption. Service option not available with 380-v units. Control transformer is sized to supply the needs of the control circuit from the main power supply. Unit-mounted non-fused disconnect option provides non-fused disconnect for unit power located at the unit. Non-Fused Control Transformer Refrigeration Circuit Options Wye-Delta Compressor Start Low Ambient Temperature Head Pressure Control Suction Service Valve Security/Packaging Option Condenser Coil Trim Panels LEGEND LON — Local Operating Network FACTORY-INSTALLED OPTION X X X X X X X X X X X X X FIELD-INSTALLED ACCESSORY X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Factory-installed options Condenser coil options are available to match coil construction to the site conditions for the best durability. Standard refrigerant discharge isolation and liquid valves enable service personnel to store the refrigerant charge in the cooler or condenser during servicing. . This factory-installed option allows for isolation of the compressor from the cooler vessel. Low ambient temperature head pressure control and suction line insulation are required. Remote service port consists of a receptacle for Navigator™ device connection. Condenser coil trim panels provide an aesthetic. High ambient temperature option provides highspeed condenser fan motors to increase the condenser airflow.9 C)..4 to 3. Wye-delta start is an alternate starting method which reduces the in-rush current when starting the compressor. and may also result the selection of a smaller chassis to meet given capacity requirements. i. 2-step demand limit control (from 0 to 100%) activated by a remote contact closure. Refer to the Condenser Coil Corrosion Protection Options table on page 11 or the Environmental Corrosion Protection white paper for more information. LonWorks FT-10A ANSI/EIA-709. The control transformer is also available as a field-installed accessory. LON translator control provides an interface between the chiller and a Local Operating Network (LON. MS/TP EIA-485).

i. cooling set point reset or demand limit control from a 4 to 20 mA signal. Convenience outlet includes 4-amp GFI (Ground Fault Interrupt) receptacle. i.e. This accessory is externally remote mounted with its own power supply. Condenser coil trim panels provide an aesthetic. 16-line display panel for unit monitoring and diagnostics. Remote enhanced display is a remotely mounted indoor 40-character per line. Not available with 380-v units. The control transformer is also available as a factory-installed option. BACnet™ translator control provides an interface between the chiller and a BACnet Local Area Network (LAN.Field-installed accessories Control transformer is sized to supply the needs of the control circuit from the main power supply. MS/TP EIA-485). finished appearance for the condenser coil ends of the compressor side of the unit. Energy Management Module provides energy management capabilities to minimize chiller energy consumption.1).e. The LON translator control is also available as a factory-installed option. Several features are provided with this module including leaving fluid temperature reset. Condenser coil trim panels are also available as a factory-installed option. Remote service port consists of a receptacle for Navigator™ device connection. and discrete input for “Ice Done” indication for ice storage system interface. The BACnet translator control is also available as a factory-installed option. Chillervisor System Manager III multi-unit control allows sequencing of between two and eight chillers in parallel. Low ambient temperature head pressure control permits operation of the 30XA units to –20 F outdoor ambient temperature. DataLINK™ control is an interface device that allows a nonCarrier controller to read and write values in the system elements connected to the CCN Communication Bus using ASCII over a RS-232 connection. Convenience outlet is 115-v female receptacle. The control is also available as a factory-installed option and may require field-installed wind baffles. LON translator control provides an interface between the chiller and a Local Operating Network (LON. Precoated LEGEND AL — Aluminum *See selection guide “Environmental Corrosion Protection” for more information (Publication 811-20062). E-coat AL Fins.. CONDENSER COIL CORROSION PROTECTION OPTIONS ENVIRO-SHIELD™ OPTION* AL Fins (Standard Coils) AL Fins. 2-step demand limit control (from 0 to 100%) activated by a remote contact closure (one-step demand limit does not require the Energy Management Module). LonWorks FT-10A ANSI/EIA-709. The port is housed in a waterproof enclosure conveniently located for easy access to information during operation and maintenance routines. Standard X X X X X Mild Coastal ENVIRONMENT Severe Coastal Industrial Combined Industrial/Coastal 11 . DataPort™ control is an interface device that allows a non-Carrier control device to read values in the system elements connected to the Carrier Comfort Network (CCN) Communication Bus using ASCII over a RS-232 connection..

22 [3587] Piping Entrance Dimensions NOTES: 1. 2.55 [2300] 43. flare connection.85 [1114] 68.72 [602] Cooler Tube Service Area 90.8 [274] END VIEW TOP VIEW . dimensions in brackets are in millimeters.83 [148] 109.06 [1729] 88.12 30XA080 Control Box All Voltages 7/8" knockouts for main power entry (7.0 [2769] 68.48" [190mm] hole spacing) 23.06 [1729] 88. 5. 5" Victaulic Leaving Water 5" Victaulic Entering Water 19. 4.17 [3078] 141.04 [2236] 5. Dimensions are shown in inches.04 [2236] 65. Drawing depicts unit with single-point power and standard twopass cooler. NPT vents and drains located in each cooler head at each end of cooler. Temperature relief devices are located on liquid line and economizer assemblies and have 1/4-in. 3. 3/8-in. Refer to the Packaged Chiller Builder program for other configurations.06 [484] 10. Unit must have clearances as follows: Top — Do not restrict Sides and Ends — 6 ft from solid surface.73 [1670] 121.

3. 2.17 [2769] [3078] 141. flare connection.1 [1044] 19.22 [3587] LEFT END VIEW SIDE VIEW 3/4 NPT Relief Conn. Drawing depicts unit with single-point power and standard two-pass cooler. [038] RIGGING HOLE 0-5 [127] DETAIL "A" 0-3 15/16 [100] 0-7 7/8 [200] NOTES: 1. NPT vents and drains located in each cooler head at each end of cooler.48" [190mm] hole spacing) Control Box All Voltages 90.03 121.55 [2300] 41.04 [2236] Mounting Holes Rigging Holes (See Detail A) 109.8 [484] [274] 16. Refer to the Packaged Chiller Builder program for other configurations.55 [2300] Cooler Vent 3/8 NPT 47.65 [1210] Cooler Drain 3/8 NPT 7/8" knockouts for main power entry (7. MOUNTING PLATE CONTACT SURFACE SCALE 4” = 1” TYPICAL 4 PLACES 13 .06 10. Dimensions are shown in inches. 3/8-in. dimensions in brackets are in millimeters. Female .875 DIA.1 [409] 5" Victaulic Leaving Water 5" Victaulic Entering Water 23.[022] MOUNTING HOLE 0-1 5/16 [33] 0-1 3/4 [44] MOUNTING PLATE 1.30XA080 (cont) Optional Non-fused Disconnect Handle Control Box All Voltages Control power entry 90. Temperature relief devices are located on liquid line and economizer assemblies and have 1/4-in.50 DIA.72 [602] 88. 4. 5. Unit must have clearances as follows: Top — Do not restrict Sides and Ends — 6 ft from solid surface.

55 [2300] 88. Drawing depicts unit with single-point power and standard twopass cooler. Temperature relief devices are located on liquid line and economizer assemblies and have 1/4-in.04 [2236] 5.11 (1120) 44. 2.2 [4780] Piping Entrance B Dimensions (cont) 5" Victaulic Leaving Water 5" Victaulic Entering Water 19.72 [602] A 68.51 [140] 109.14 30XA090-120 Control Box All Voltages 7/8" knockouts for main power entry (7.11 (1120) 44.06 [484] 10. 4.22 (2215) 87.48" [190mm] hole spacing) 23.62 (2226) 87.85 [3070] 188.8 [274] 68. 30XA UNIT 090 100 110 120 A 44.11 (1120) B 86. Dimensions are shown in inches.06 [1729] Cooler Tube Service Area 90. 3.06 [1729] 88. 5.93 (2208) 87.0 [2769] 120. flare connection. Unit must have clearances as follows: Top — Do not restrict Sides and Ends — 6 ft from solid surface.04 [2236] END VIEW TOP VIEW NOTES: 1. NPT vents and drains located in each cooler head at each end of cooler.11 (1120) 44. dimensions in brackets are in millimeters.12 (2213) . 3/8-in. Refer to the Packaged Chiller Builder program for other configurations.

04 [2236] 5" Victaulic Leaving Water 5" Victaulic Entering Water LEFT END VIEW SIDE VIEW .1 [409] 78. Temperature relief devices are located on liquid line and economizer assemblies and have 1/4-in.11 (1120) 44. 2.8 [274] Mounting Holes Rigging Holes (See Detail A) 188. dimensions in brackets are in millimeters.30XA090-120 (cont) 3/4 NPT Relief Conn. Drawing depicts unit with single-point power and standard twopass cooler. Refer to the Packaged Chiller Builder program for other configurations.2 [4780] 16. Dimensions are shown in inches.48" [190mm] hole spacing) Control Box All Voltages Control Box All Voltages 90.55 [2300] 41.85 [3070] 78. 4. NPT vents and drains located in each cooler head at each end of cooler.1 [1044] 10. Unit must have clearances as follows: Top — Do not restrict Sides and Ends — 6 ft from solid surface.02 [1982] 19. flare connection.875 DIA.06 [484] 23. [038] RIGGING HOLE 0-5 [127] DETAIL "A" 0-3 15/16 [100] MOUNTING PLATE CONTACT SURFACE SCALE 4” = 1” TYPICAL 4 PLACES 0-7 7/8 [200] NOTES: 1.11 (1120) 44. 5.93 (2208) 87. 3/8-in.11 (1120) 44.62 (2226) 87. 30XA UNIT 090 100 110 120 A 44.11 (1120) B 86. Female Optional Non-fused Disconnect Handle Control power entry 90.72 [602] 88. 3.50 DIA.22 (2215) 87.02 [1982] 120.[022] MOUNTING HOLE 0-1 5/16 [33] 0-1 3/4 [44] MOUNTING PLATE 1.12 (2213) 15 .65 [1210] 7/8" knockouts for main power entry (7.55 [2300] Cooler Vent 3/8 NPT Cooler Drain 3/8 NPT 47.

81 [732] 111.28 [541] 69.84 [148] 109.24 [5975] Piping Entrance 21. NPT vents and drains located in each cooler head at each end of cooler. Drawing depicts unit with single-point power and standard twopass cooler.61 (1133) B 115.24 [5975] Control Box (200/230V only) BACK VIEW Control Box (200/230V only) Control Box (380. Unit must have clearances as follows: Top — Do not restrict Sides and Ends — 6 ft from solid surface. dimensions in brackets are in millimeters. 30XA UNIT 140 160 23. 460.16 30XA140. 575V only) B 121.0 [2769] Control Box (380.58 [2834] 235.62 [600] A 44.58 [269] 5.04 [2236] END VIEW TOP VIEW . Refer to the Packaged Chiller Builder program for other configurations. 3/8-in.63 (1134) 44.49 [3086] 235. 4.04 [2236] 5" Victaulic Entering Water 10. 2.88 (2943) 115.64 (2937) Non-fused Disconnect Handle 28.55 [2300] Dimensions (cont) NOTES: 1. 3. flare connection. Temperature relief devices are located on liquid line and economizer assemblies and have 1/4-in.14 [1756] 5" Victaulic Leaving Water 90.55" [141 mm] hole spacing) Control power entry 90.575V only) 6.79 [172] A Cooler Tube Service Area 69.160 Control Box (all voltages except 200/230V) 7/8" knockouts for main power entry (5. 5. Dimensions are shown in inches.14 [1756] 88.460.55 [2300] 88.

96 [863] 10.875 DIA. Refer to the Packaged Chiller Builder program for other configurations.03 [2769] 121. 2.55" [141 mm] hole spacing) 90. 3/8-in. Temperature relief devices are located on liquid line and economizer assemblies and have 1/4-in.1 [409] LEFT END VIEW SIDE VIEW . Dimensions are shown in inches.24 [5975] 33.63 (1134) 44. Female 5" Victaulic Leaving Water Control Power Entry 5" Victaulic Entering Water Optional Non-fused Disconnect Handle Control Box (200/230V only) Control Box (200/230V only) 90.64 (2937) 17 .28 [541] 58.58 [269] 21.55 [2300] 41.50 DIA. 30XA UNIT 140 160 A 44. dimensions in brackets are in millimeters.160 (cont) 3/4 NPT Relief Conn. 3.30XA140.04 [2236] Mounting Holes Rigging Holes (See Detail A) 16.55 [2300] Cooler Vent 3/8 NPT 47. flare connection.49 [3086] 235. Unit must have clearances as follows: Top — Do not restrict Sides and Ends — 6 ft from solid surface.61 (1133) B 115.575v only) 109.65 [1210] Cooler Drain 3/8 NPT 7/8" knockouts for main power entry (5.79 [172] 88.1 [1044] Control Box (380.[022] MOUNTING HOLE 0-1 5/16 [33] 0-1 3/4 [44] MOUNTING PLATE 1.88 (2943) 115. NPT vents and drains located in each cooler head at each end of cooler. 5.08 [1475] 6. Drawing depicts unit with single-point power and standard twopass cooler. [038] RIGGING HOLE 0-5 [127] DETAIL "A" 0-3 15/16 [100] MOUNTING PLATE CONTACT SURFACE SCALE 4” = 1” TYPICAL 4 PLACES 0-7 7/8 [200] NOTES: 1. 4.460.

18 30XA180.55 [2300] 6" Victaulic Leaving Water 6" Victaulic Entering Water 22. Unit must have clearances as follows: Top — Do not restrict Sides and Ends — 6 ft from solid surface.16 [1782] 88. 2.460.22 [7168] 70.460. 5. 30XA UNIT 180 200 A 46.04 (3633) 142.16 [1782] 88.97 (3631) BACK VIEW Control Box (200/230V only) Control Box (380.62 [600] Optional Non-fused Disconnect Handle 28.04 [2236] Piping Entrance END VIEW TOP VIEW .575V only) 6. flare connection. Temperature relief devices are located on liquid line and economizer assemblies and have 1/ -in.48 [571] 11.12 (1171) 46. Refer to the Packaged Chiller Builder program for other configurations. /8-in.6 109.04 [2236] 90.65 [4512] 282. Dimensions are shown in inches. dimensions in brackets are in millimeters.55" [141 mm] hole spacing) Control power entry 90.460. 4 3 3.55 [2300] 23. NPT vents and drains located in each cooler head at each end of cooler.39 [1565] [2779] Control Box (380.81 [732] 158.575v only) 7/8" knockouts for main power entry (5.15 (1172) B 143.79 [172] A Cooler Tube Service Area 70. 4. 200 Control Box (380.6 [4028] 282.2 [7168] Control Box (200/230V only) Dimensions (cont) NOTES: 1.3 [287] 61. Drawing depicts unit with single-point power and standard two-pass cooler.575V only) B 177.

5.55 [2300] 41. 2. Female 6" Victaulic Leaving Water 6" Victaulic Entering Water Optional Non-fused Disconnect Handle Control Box (200/230V only) 7/8" knockouts for main power entry (5.15 (1172) B 143.[022] MOUNTING HOLE 0-1 5/16 [33] 0-1 3/4 [44] MOUNTING PLATE 1.04 [2236] LEFT END VIEW SIDE VIEW .65 [1210] Cooler Drain 3/8 NPT 90.55" [141 mm] hole spacing) 90. Unit must have clearances as follows: Top — Do not restrict Sides and Ends — 6 ft from solid surface.3 [287] 22.02 [1982] 6. 3.12 (1171) 46.02 [1982] Control Box (380. dimensions in brackets are in millimeters.97 (3631) 19 .79 [172] 88. 30XA UNIT 180 200 A 46.460.65 [4512] 282.875 DIA.04 (3633) 142.50 DIA.97 [863] 78. flare connection.08 [1475] 33. Dimensions are shown in inches. 200 (cont) Cooler Vent 3/8 NPT Control Power Entry 3/4 NPT Relief Conn. 4.7 [489] 58.55 [2300] 47.30XA180. 3/8-in. NPT vents and drains located in each cooler head at each end of cooler. 575v only) Mounting Holes Rigging Holes (See Detail A) 177.1 [1044] 11. Temperature relief devices are located on liquid line and economizer assemblies and have 1/4-in. Drawing depicts unit with single-point power and standard twopass cooler. Refer to the Packaged Chiller Builder program for other configurations.48 [571] 78.22 [7168] 18. [038] RIGGING HOLE 0-5 [127] DETAIL "A" 0-3 15/16 [100] 0-7 7/8 [200] MOUNTING PLATE CONTACT SURFACE SCALE 4” = 1” TYPICAL 4 PLACES NOTES: 1.

4.6 [2758] 11. Drawing depicts unit with single-point power and standard two-pass cooler.55 [2300] Cooler Tube Service Area 22.81 23. 240 7/8" knockouts for main power entry (5.20 30XA220.55" [141 mm] hole spacing) Control Box (200/230V only) Control Power Entry Control Box (380.04 [2236] Control Boxes B 224.83 (4339) BACK VIEW Control Box (380.17 (1173) 46. Dimensions are shown in inches.23 (1174) B 171. 5.62 [732] [600] Optional Non-fused Disconnect Handle 28. /8-in.16 [1782] 88. NPT vents and drains located in each cooler head at each end of cooler.460.48 [571] 108.55 [2300] 28.26 [8363] Piping Entrance END VIEW TOP VIEW . 2. dimensions in brackets are in millimeters. Temperature relief devices are located on liquid line and economizer assemblies and have 1/ -in.65 [5706] 329.14 [3560] 205.26 [8363] Dimensions (cont) NOTES: 1.04 [2236] 6" Victaulic Leaving Water 6" Victaulic Entering Water 90.42 (4354) 170.575V only) Control Box (200/230V only) A 70.575V only) 90.3 [287] 70. Refer to the Packaged Chiller Builder program for other configurations.6 [5222] 329. 4 3 3. Unit must have clearances as follows: Top — Do not restrict Sides and Ends — 6 ft from solid surface.460.81 [732] 140. 30XA UNIT 220 240 A 46. flare connection.16 [1782] 88.

5. 30XA UNIT 220 240 A 46.03 [2769] 33.83 (4339) 21 .42 (4354) 170.30XA220.97 [863] 109.07 [459] 58.65 [5706] 329. Female 6" Victaulic Entering Water 90.48 [571] 58. Dimensions are shown in inches.17 (1173) 46.[022] MOUNTING HOLE 0-1 5/16 [33] 0-1 3/4 [44] MOUNTING PLATE 1.55 [2300] 90. 3/8-in. 4. [038] RIGGING HOLE 0-5 [127] DETAIL "A" 0-3 15/16 [100] 0-7 7/8 [200] MOUNTING PLATE CONTACT SURFACE SCALE 4” = 1” TYPICAL 4 PLACES NOTES: 1.04 [2236] Mounting Holes Rigging Holes (See Detail A) LEFT END VIEW SIDE VIEW . 3. 2. Unit must have clearances as follows: Top — Do not restrict Sides and Ends — 6 ft from solid surface.50 DIA.875 DIA.3 [287] 22.08 [1475] 18. Temperature relief devices are located on liquid line and economizer assemblies and have 1/4-in.08 [1475] 224. NPT vents and drains located in each cooler head at each end of cooler.55 [2300] Control Boxes Cooler Drain 3/8 NPT 11. dimensions in brackets are in millimeters. Refer to the Packaged Chiller Builder program for other configurations.96 [863] 88.23 (1174) B 171. 240 (cont) 6" Victaulic Leaving Water Cooler Vent 3/8 NPT 3/4 NPT Relief Conn. flare connection. Drawing depicts unit with single-point power and standard twopass cooler.26 [8363] 33.

86 (5483) 216. Drawing depicts unit with singlepoint power and standard twopass cooler. 5. 3.2 [9555] Control Box All Voltages 71.21 [310] 188. 30XA UNIT 260 280 300 A 44.2 [9555] Dimensions (cont) NOTES: 1.55" [141 mm] hole spacing) Control Power Entry 90.71 [7740] 376. Dimensions are shown in inches. 2. NPT vents and drains located in each cooler head at each end of cooler.06 [1805] 88. flare connection.63 [600] 12. 3/8-in.22 30XA260-300 Control Box All Voltages 7/8" knockouts for main power entry (5.55 [2300] 71.18 (5491) BACK VIEW Control Box All Voltages A Cooler Tube Service Area 90.35 [4784] B 304.04 [2236] END VIEW TOP VIEW Piping Entrance . dimensions in brackets are in millimeters.81 23.62 [732] [600] Optional Non-fused Disconnect Handle 245. Refer to the Packaged Chiller Builder program for other configurations.04 [2236] 6" Victaulic Leaving Water 6" Victaulic Entering Water 23.30 (1125) 44.52 [6236] 376.16 (5490) 215.55 [2300] 28.32 (1126) B 216.06 [1805] 88.22 (1123) 44. 4. Unit must have clearances as follows: Top — Do not restrict Sides and Ends — 6 ft from solid surface. Temperature relief devices are located on liquid line and economizer assemblies and have 1/4-in.

55 [2300] 90.96 [812] 78.30XA260-300 (cont) 3/4 NPT Relief Conn.02 [1982] 78.2 [9555] 31. NPT vents and drains located in each cooler head at each end of cooler. 3.875 DIA. dimensions in brackets are in millimeters.02 [1982] 78.55 [2300] Cooler Drain 3/8 NPT 12. flare connection.1 [409] 78. [038] RIGGING HOLE 0-5 [127] DETAIL "A" 0-3 15/16 [100] MOUNTING PLATE CONTACT SURFACE SCALE 4” = 1” TYPICAL 4 PLACES 0-7 7/8 [200] NOTES: 1.02 [1982] 88.63 [600] 16. Unit must have clearances as follows: Top — Do not restrict Sides and Ends — 6 ft from solid surface.[022] MOUNTING HOLE 0-1 5/16 [33] 0-1 3/4 [44] MOUNTING PLATE 1.04 [2236] Mounting Holes Rigging Holes (See Detail A) LEFT END VIEW SIDE VIEW .71 [7740] 376. Refer to the Packaged Chiller Builder program for other configurations. Temperature relief devices are located on liquid line and economizer assemblies and have 1/4-in. 3/8-in.02 [1982] 304.18 (5491) 23 .30 (1125) 44. 4.32 (1126) B 216. Dimensions are shown in inches.50 DIA. 30XA UNIT 260 280 300 A 44. 5. Female Cooler Vent 3/8 NPT 6" Victaulic Leaving Water 6" Victaulic Entering Water Control Box All Voltages 90.86 (5483) 216. 2.21 [310] 23.22 (1123) 44.16 (5490) 215. Drawing depicts unit with single-point power and standard twopass cooler.

72 (6267) Control Box All Voltages 6" Victaulic Leaving Water 90. Drawing depicts unit with single-point power and standard two-pass cooler.02 [8865] 423. Unit must have clearances as follows: Top — Do not restrict Sides and Ends — 6 ft from solid surface. 4.92 (1090) B 246. 3. 2.04 [2236] 6" Victaulic Entering Water 23.21 [310] 71.63 [600] 12.16 (6252) 246. NPT vents and drains located in each cooler head at each end of cooler.06 [1805] Control Box All Voltages 232.24 [10750] Dimensions (cont) NOTES: 1.04 [2236] END VIEW TOP VIEW .81 23.92 (1090) 42.62 [732] [600] Optional Non-fused Disconnect Handle 292. flare connection. Refer to the Packaged Chiller Builder program for other configurations. 5.55" [141 mm] hole spacing) Control power entry Control Box All Voltages 90.56 [7431] 423. Temperature relief devices are located on liquid line and economizer assemblies and have 1/4-in. BACK VIEW 30XA UNIT 325 350 A 42.55 [2300] Cooler Tube Service Area A 71.24 [10750] Piping Entrance 88.55 [2300] 28.66 [5910] B 349. Dimensions are shown in inches. dimensions in brackets are in millimeters.24 30XA325. 3/8-in.06 [1805] 88.350 7/8" knockouts for main power entry (5.

Temperature relief devices are located on liquid line and economizer assemblies and have 1/4-in.24 [10750] 109.16 (6252) 246. dimensions in brackets are in millimeters. Unit must have clearances as follows: Top — Do not restrict Sides and Ends — 6 ft from solid surface.55 [2300] 23. Dimensions are shown in inches.92 (1090) 42.1 [409] 78.04 [2236] LEFT END VIEW SIDE VIEW Mounting Holes Rigging Holes (See Detail A) .875 DIA.92 (1090) B 246.21 [310] 90. [038] RIGGING HOLE 0-5 [127] DETAIL "A" 0-3 15/16 [100] MOUNTING PLATE CONTACT SURFACE SCALE 4” = 1” TYPICAL 4 PLACES 0-7 7/8 [200] NOTES: 1. 3/8-in. Refer to the Packaged Chiller Builder program for other configurations. 4.50 DIA.72 (6267) 25 . 30XA UNIT 325 350 A 42.55 [2300] 12.[022] MOUNTING HOLE 0-1 5/16 [33] 0-1 3/4 [44] MOUNTING PLATE 1.02 [1982] 16. Drawing depicts unit with single-point power and standard twopass cooler. NPT vents and drains located in each cooler head at each end of cooler.63 [600] 78. Female Cooler Vent 3/8 NPT 6" Victaulic Leaving Water 6" Victaulic Entering Water Control Box All Voltages Cooler Drain 3/8 NPT 90.96 [863] 88. 5. flare connection.97 58.350 (cont) 3/4 NPT Relief Conn.02 [8865] 423. 3.03 [2769] 33.30XA325.02 [1982] 33.08 [1475] [863] 349. 2.

22 [11944] 72.58 [8422] 470. Dimensions are shown in inches.22 [11944] 28.1 [1831] 88.07 [3024] 240.81 [732] Dimensions (cont) NOTES: 1. Piping may be split for rigging.79 [1163] 72.29 [1354] 63. 2. 4 3 3.95 [9625] 470. flare connection.04 [2236] 17.1 [1831] 88.55 [2300] 70. 5.81 23.26 30XA400 7/8" Knockouts for Ckt 1 power (5. 6. BACK VIEW Piping Entrance Cooler Tube Service Area Control Box #2 Control Box #1 Piping Entrance 8" Victaulic Entering Water 90.5 [3848] 331.55" between holes) 90.92 [455] Control Boxes 53.62 [732] [600] 151. Drawing depicts unit with dual-point power and standard one-pass cooler. Refer to the Packaged Chiller Builder program for other configurations. Temperature relief devices are located on liquid line and economizer assemblies and have 1/ -in. 4. Actual cooler consists of two separate coolers piped in series at the factory.55 [2300] 28. NPT vents and drains located in each cooler head at each end of cooler.55" between holes) Optional Non-fused Disconnect Handles Control Box #2 Control Box #1 Control power entry Control power entry 7/8" Knockouts for Ckt 2 power (5.35 [1609] 119. /8-in. Unit must have clearances as follows: Top — Do not restrict Sides and Ends — 6 ft from solid surface.02 [1779] 45. dimensions in brackets are in millimeters.69 [6114] 378.04 [2236] END VIEW TOP VIEW .

55 [2300] 17.02 [1779] 88. 2.875 DIA. Drawing depicts unit with dual-point power and standard onepass cooler. NPT vents and drains located in each cooler head at each end of cooler. Female Cooler Drain 3/8 NPT located in cooler heads NOTES: 1. Refer to the Packaged Chiller Builder program for other configurations. Unit must have clearances as follows: Top — Do not restrict Sides and Ends — 6 ft from solid surface.[022] MOUNTING HOLE 0-1 5/16 [33] 0-1 3/4 [44] MOUNTING PLATE 1. [038] RIGGING HOLE 0-5 [127] DETAIL "A" 0-3 15/16 [100] MOUNTING PLATE CONTACT SURFACE SCALE 4” = 1” TYPICAL 4 PLACES 0-7 7/8 [200] 27 .02 [1982] [409] 53. flare connection.55 [2300] 17. 3.96 [812] 78. Dimensions are shown in inches. 5. dimensions in brackets are in millimeters.04 [2236] Mounting Holes Rigging Holes (See Detail A) LEFT END VIEW SIDE VIEW . Temperature relief devices are located on liquid line and economizer assemblies and have 1/4-in. Actual cooler consists of two separate coolers piped in series at the factory.30XA400 (cont) Cooler Vent 3/8 NPT located in cooler heads 3/4 NPT Relief Conn.93 [862] 58.92 [455] 78. Piping may be split for rigging.08 [1475] 70.02 [1982] 33.92 [455] 8" Victaulic Leaving Water 17. 8" Victaulic Leaving Water 8" Victaulic Entering Water Control Boxes 90.02 [1982] 378. 4.92 [455] 16.1 78. 3/8-in. 6.02 [1982] 90.22 [11944] 31.29 [1354] 78.95 [9625] 470.50 DIA.

dimensions in brackets are in millimeters.62 [9617] 517. 3.55" between holes) 7/8" Knockouts for Ckt 2 power (5. Unit must have clearances as follows: Top — Do not restrict Sides and Ends — 6 ft from solid surface.1 [3279] B 426.0 [1854] Control Boxes 83. 500 7/8" Knockouts for Ckt 1 power (5.68 [2379] 129. 3/8-in.78 (1137) B 264.55 [2300] 28. Refer to the Packaged Chiller Builder program for other configurations. 6.0 [1854] 88.06 [1805] 73. 2.04 [2236] END VIEW TOP VIEW .28 30XA450.7 (6723) 263. BACK VIEW 30XA UNIT 450 500 Cooler Tube Service Area Piping Entrance A 44.26 [13138] 28. 4.04 [2236] 17.55" between holes) Non-fused Disconnect Handles Control Box #2 Control Box #1 Control power entry Control power entry 90. Actual cooler consists of two separate coolers piped in series at the factory. Temperature relief devices are located on liquid line and economizer assemblies and have 1/4-in.26 [13138] 88.54 [5043] 378.81 23.99 (6705) Control Box #2 Control Box #1 Piping Entrance 8" Victaulic Entering Water 90. Drawing depicts unit with dual-point power and standard one-pass cooler.62 [2124] 93. NPT vents and drains located in each cooler head at each end of cooler.62 [732] [600] 198.0 [10820] 517.71 (1136) 44.55 [2300] A 71.81 [732] Dimensions (cont) NOTES: 1.92 [455] 73. Piping may be split for rigging. 5. flare connection. Dimensions are shown in inches.

99 (6705) 29 .06 [1805] 88. Piping may be split for rigging.07 [1475] [459] 83.96 [863] 78. 2. 30XA UNIT 450 500 A 44. 3/8-in.71 (1136) 44.02 [1982] 71. Female 8" Victaulic Leaving Water Mounting Holes Rigging Holes (See Detail A) Cooler Drain 3/8 NPT located in cooler heads 8" Victaulic Entering Water Control Boxes 90.30XA450.08 [1475] 33. 6. Temperature relief devices are located on liquid line and economizer assemblies and have 1/4-in.02 [1982] 90.0 [10820] 517.97 [863] 33.55 [2300] 17.7 (6723) 263.08 18.92 [455] 78.875 DIA. Actual cooler consists of two separate coolers piped in series at the factory. 3. [038] RIGGING HOLE 0-5 [127] DETAIL "A" 0-3 15/16 [100] 0-7 7/8 [200] MOUNTING PLATE CONTACT SURFACE SCALE 4” = 1” TYPICAL 4 PLACES NOTES: 1. Drawing depicts unit with dual-point power and standard onepass cooler.03 [2769] 58.78 (1137) B 264.55 [2300] 17.97 [863] 109. Dimensions are shown in inches. dimensions in brackets are in millimeters.62 [2124] 33.92 [455] 9" Victaulic Leaving Water 426. 500 (cont) Cooler Vent 3/8 NPT located in cooler heads 3/4 NPT Relief Conn. NPT vents and drains located in each cooler head at each end of cooler. 4.50 DIA.04 [2236] LEFT END VIEW SIDE VIEW . Refer to the Packaged Chiller Builder program for other configurations. flare connection.92 [455] 17. 5. Unit must have clearances as follows: Top — Do not restrict Sides and Ends — 6 ft from solid surface.[022] MOUNTING HOLE 0-1 5/16 [33] 0-1 3/4 [44] MOUNTING PLATE 1.26 [13138] 58.

NOTE: It may be necessary to select the high ambient option to obtain performance with ambient air temperatures approaching 125 F (52 C).) Coil corrosion requirements: • Coastal application • Industrial application • Coastal/industrial application • Urban application • Farming Temperature reset: • Return water (standard) • Outside air temperature (standard) • Space temperature (accessory sensor required) • 4 to 20 mA (requires an Energy Management Module) Demand limit: • 2-step (requires an Energy Management Module) • 4 to 20 mA (requires an Energy Management Module) • CCN Loadshed 30 . a mixing loop is required. consider the following points: Leaving water temperature (LWT) • If the LWT is less than 40 F (4. • Consider higher loop volumes.2 l/kW) is recommended. otherwise override capability is required. (See Selection Guide. • A low cooler pressure drop can be expected when cooler delta-T is high.4 C). • Highest allowable ambient air temperature is 125 F (52 C). loop freeze protection to a minimum of 15° F (8.8 to 11. Entering water temperature (EWT) • If the EWT requirement is greater than 70 F (21. fluid and flow requirements among other factors such as fouling and altitude corrections. A mixing loop can help to alleviate this situation. • Chilled water pump control is strongly recommended. otherwise override capability is required.3° C) below the LWT set point is required.1° C). Cooler flow rate or cooler delta-T: • The cooler delta-T (EWT – LWT) must fall between 5 and 20° F (2. The program considers specific temperature. Cooler pressure drop: • A high cooler pressure drop can be expected when the cooler delta-T is low. Cooler heaters will need to be disconnected. Operation below 32 F (0° C): • Low ambient temperature head pressure control is required. 6 to 10 gallons per nominal ton (6.1 C) for extended operation. Cooling capacity requirement: • Do not oversize the chillers by more than 15% at design conditions. • Consider wind baffles if average wind speed is greater than 5 mph (8 km/h).5 to 10. The medium temperature brine option is also required.1 C). • Drain the cooler — This will require a small amount of glycol for residual water.Selection procedure Carrier’s Packaged Chiller Builder Selection Program provides quick.5 C). • If the cooler flow is variable and the rate of change of flow should not exceed 10% per minute. • Higher than standard fouling factors lead to lower capacity and higher input kW from a given chiller size compared to running the same application with better quality water (and lower fouling factors). a mixing loop is required. easy selection of Carrier’s air-cooled liquid chillers. Water quality. Chiller idle below 32 F (0° C): • Loop freeze protection with glycol is strongly recommended to a minimum of 15° F (8. Pulldown can be accomplished from 95 F (35 C). Alternatively.3° C) below lowest anticipated ambient temperature. • Loop freeze protection with glycol is strongly recommended to a minimum of 15° F (8. • If the LWT requirement is greater than 60 F (15. • If capacity control is required below the standard minimum step of unloading. Before selecting a chiller. • For larger or smaller delta-T applications. the minimum load control option should be employed. consider a reduced pass option for a lower delta-T.3° C) below lowest anticipated ambient temperature. • Consider the plus-one-pass cooler option to increase delta-T and performance. The EWT should not exceed 70 F (21. a mixing loop is required. fouling factor: • Poor water quality can increase the required cooler fouling factor. a loop volume of greater than 3 gallons per ton (3.8 l/kW). • Chilled water pump control is strongly recommended.

. . . . . 6 C Cooler Water Temp Rise . . . . .7 kW Cooler Water Flow . . . . . . . .6 C temperature rise. 41. . . . . . . . . . . . . 107. . . .5 kW Cooler Water Flow . . . . . . . . Given: Capacity . . II From Cooling Capacities table on page 34 and pressure drop curves on page 33. . . . . . Given: Capacity . . . . .0176 (m2 · °C/W) NOTE: For other than 5. . . . . . . . . . II From Cooling Capacities table on page 36 and cooler pressure drop curves on page 33. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 C Fouling Factor (Cooler). . . . .42 F Cooler Water Temp Rise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . data corrections must be made using the Packaged Chiller Builder Program. . . . . . . . . . . 450 kW Leaving Chilled Water Temp (LCWT) . . . 106 Tons Leaving Chilled Water Temp (LCWT) . . . . . . . . . .5 tons Power Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .00010 (ft2 · hr · F/Btu) NOTE: For other than 10° F temperature rise. . . Unit . . .30XA120 Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Unit . .0 gpm Cooler Pressure Drop . .95 F Fouling Factor (Cooler). . .126. . . .147. . . determine operating data for selected unit. . 10° F Condenser Entering Air Temp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .To select a 30XA chiller. . . . . . . .1 kW Power Input . . .6° C Condenser Entering Air Temp . . . . . . ENGLISH I Determine 30XA unit size and operating conditions required to meet given capacity at given conditions. . . . . . . . . . . . .458. . . . . . . . . .12. . . . . . . . use the Packaged Chiller Builder program or follow one of the procedures below. . . . . . . 30XA140 Capacity . . . .9 kPa 31 . . . . 0. . . . . . . . . 5. . . . . . determine operating data for selected unit. . . . . . . . . . . . data corrections must be made using the Packaged Chiller Builder Program. . . . . . .0 ft of water SI I Determine 30XA unit size and operating conditions required to meet given capacity at given conditions. . . . . 257. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 l/s Cooler Pressure Drop .

65 1.05 1.30 CORRECTION FACTOR 1.35 1.10 1.25 1.90 ON ATI LIZ L A YST N CR T IN PO (F) -40 -20 0 +20 (C) -40 -30 -20 -10 0 AMBIENT TEMPERATURE TIO SOLU ON ATI LIZ L A YST N CR T IN PO (F) -40 -20 0 +20 (C) -40 -30 -20 -10 0 0 10 TIO SOLU 20 30 40 +40 50 % CONCENTRATION (BY WEIGHT) PROPYLENE GLYCOL 0 10 20 30 40 +40 50 % CONCENTRATION (BY WEIGHT) PROPYLENE GLYCOL 32 .15 1.00 0.40 1.15 1.25 1.6 C) LCWT.00 0.20 1.10 1.45 TI O N 1.05 1.95 0.4 to 15. 1.20 1. 1.40 0.60 1.45 1.90 COOLE SU RE DR 1.50 1.30 CORRECTION FACTOR 1.Selection procedure (cont) PROPYLENE GLYCOL PERFORMANCE CORRECTION FACTORS AND SOLUTION CRYSTALLIZATION POINTS Correction factors apply to published chilled water performance ratings from 40 to 60 F (4.55 CT IO N ETHYLENE GLYCOL PERFORMANCE CORRECTION FACTORS AND SOLUTION CRYSTALLIZATION POINTS Correction factors apply to published chilled water performance ratings from 40 to 60 F (4.4 to 15.6 C) LCWT.35 OP E OL CO R RE SU S E PR P O DR C O R E R CO RR E PR ES L O CO ER F LER COO W LO N IO CT RE R CO CAPACITY CORRECTION AMBIENT TEMPERATURE C 1.95 W R FL O N TI O RE C R O C 1.50 1.

7) 20 (59.8) 400 (430. GPM (l/kW) 30XA260-500 60 (179.8) 1000 (1076) 1200 (1291.8) 20 (59.4) 600 (645.4) Cooler Flow. ft wg (kPa) 40 (119.9) 5 (15) 0 0 100 (107.4) 50 (149. GPM (l/kW) 30XA140-240 60 (179.8) 10 (29.9) 0 0 200 (215.6) 30 (89.7) 25 (74.4) 50 (149.2) 400 (430.6) Cooler Flow.8) 15 (44. GPM (l/kW) 33 .6) 35 (104.8) 10 (29.4) 500 (538) 600 (645.6) 200 (215.2) 1400 (1506.5) 140 160 200 180 240 220 Pressure Drop.ft wg (kPa) 40 (119.9) 10 (29.5) 45 (134.5) 260 280 325 350 300 500 400 450 Pressure Drop.9) 0 0 500 (538) 1000 (1076) 1500 (1614) 2000 (2152) 2500 (2690) 3000 (3228) Cooler Flow. ft wg (kPa) 40 (119.6) 080 090.2) 300 (322.7) 30 (89.6) 30 (89.Performance data COOLER PRESSURE DROP CURVES 30XA080-120 50 (149.6) 800 (860.100 110 120 Pressure Drop.7) 20 (59.

6 422.1 501.0 286.3 209.8 658.6 954.1 136.2 159.5 112.9 192.2 105.8 154.6 325.9 244.0 380. data corrections must be made using the Packaged Chiller Builder Program.3 443.5 321.8 195.1 342.9 146.8 777.9 393.8 449.4 223.8 91.3 185.2 138.7 189.3 124.2 537.8 205.2 79.3 836.0 231.3 178.8 197.6 512.3 108.1 310.8 179.6 548.3 591.0 236.7 1040.5 346.8 127.5 304.1 105.9 81.5 85.8 201.0 330.6 210.9 272.9 202.5 275.1 546.3 173.3 181.1 666.1 145.9 477.2 156.2 156.6 228.1 535.9 211.7 187.4 251.3 330.0 222.2 926.4 179.7 218.1 342.5 320.0 449.3 224.4 293.5 89.2 1019.3 99.8 318.8 280.1 231.1 103.5 310.1 244.8 454.4 271.2 301.0 CONDENSER ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURE (F) 95 105 Cooler Cooler Cap Power Flow Rate Power Flow Rate Tons (gpm) (gpm) 88.5 399.6 415.2 463.6 467.7 162.6 116.3 989.3 174.1 176.1 357.4 289.4 186.8 686.5 275.4 205.1 197.8 138.2 84.9 218.9 325.1 315.1 401.1 319.3 375.5 507.3 112.1 203.5 96.4 383.9 341.1 191.4 318.2 237.6 287.4 149.2 251.4 110.4 244.3 431.8 488.2 733.7 353.3 628.7 201.1 115 Cap Tons 60.2 300.8 174.9 237.5 214.5 130.5 579.8 615.7 232.7 112.1 212.8 806.3 207.7 1092.5 256.3 263. — Cooling Capacity (Tons of Refrigeration) kW — Total Power LCWT — Leaving Chilled Water Temperature NOTES: 1.) Standard 550/590-98.5 715.2 406.6 100.8 356.7 170.4 104.7 234.9 218.3 916.9 96.1 177.2 184.6 220.3 185.8 93.9 722.A.1 208.5 699.9 193.1 367.9 382.5 222.6 95.5 189.1 103.0 96.4 199.0 279.2 87.1 490.9 460.4 647.6 124.9 540.7 117.3 350.6 425.6 490.0 710.0 99.9 97.4 94.6 647.6 764.5 172.8 513.9 204.8 105.4 311.8 594.5 505.9 103.5 534.9 427.2 445.0 204.8 331.8 316.8 129.8 210.S.8 291.9 618.1 Cooler Flow Rate (gpm) 178.4 134. b.9 310.2 98.0 264.3 510.0 638.9 334.7 190.3 167.5 306.2 243.6 150.4 530.5 270.1 194.5 189.9 80.0 552.8 863.7 204.1 95.4 133.1 774.8 368.1 738.0 575.7 96.5 159.7 324.8 238.9 231.0 603.9 246.2 545.4 95.9 187.4 429.3 119.9 762.7 483.8 290.2 365.3 417.7 759.8 354.5 86.7 760.9 742.1 376.8 Power 102.6 412.7 375.6 164.6 181.7 309.1 409.4 108.1 287.7 1029.2 152.3 399.1 256.6 225.3 408.3 350.2 342.7 1075.1 409.6 271.1 225.6 367.6 213.4 175.7 82.2 378.9 113.4 133.8 463.5 196.7 132.8 471.7 330.9 279.7 623.8 393.5 113.8 431.4 365.9 235.3 113.2 118.3 240.2 187.8 318.3 680.5 380.5 331.2 695.6 228.1 136.0 228.6 189.2 86.6 285.5 180.4 70.6 585.1 179.9 429.5 401.4 91.0 75.2 202.6 80.6 614.7 232.8 753.7 229.9 234.0 494.2 205.9 185.5 985.8 260.8 363.3 443.4 94.8 115.9 522.7 444.6 411.1 824.6 141.2 482.6 499.0 290.6 152.0 775.9 152.1 231.0 140.9 621.0 102.5 396. based on: a.2 257.0 201.0 172.2 509.7 561.3 255.2 284.7 510.5 78.5 475.7 277.0 562.8 997.7 898.9 308.9 828.6 244.1 135.9 214.6 275.8 566.0 390.9 480.6 440.5 822.8 490.9 537.0 603.3 450.7 111.5 157.5 LCWT (F) 40 42 44 LEGEND Cap.9 72.1 670.3 168.7 238.8 251.1 309.3 247.1 236.9 74.4 282.4 210.9 327.5 420.5 98.3 792.7 317.1 297.8 148.3 107.9 191.3 310.7 297.5 155. A fouling factor of 0.4 687.3 214.6 157. Ratings generated are based on standard ambient temperature (850 rpm) units.4 260.0 284. A cooler water temperature rise of 10° F.3 281.4 107.8 101.1 129.4 600.6 259.5 170.0 116.7 185.9 249.8 248.7 239.3 294.5 451.2 88.1 256.4 310.1 890.7 426.5 305.Performance data (cont) 30XA PACKAGED AIR-COOLED CHILLER RATINGS TABLE — ENGLISH 30XA UNIT SIZE 080 090 100 110 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300 325 350 400 450 500 080 090 100 110 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300 325 350 400 450 500 080 090 100 110 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300 325 350 400 450 500 85 Cap Tons 74.3 269.9 284.2 146.0 958.7 375.2 251.0 413.1 624.7 525.5 504.5 192.7 144.9 165.7 194.3 383.6 319.1 68.2 550.9 228.2 207.1 175.5 264.9 129.7 578.4 235.3 79.7 123.4 657.7 522.5 1138.3 473.2 258.4 539.5 348.7 307.3 77.1 326.7 147.0 211.9 444.2 159.7 143.2 163.5 213.2 279.5 467.1 217.4 917.4 319.8 305. For other than a 10° F temperature rise.6 129.9 Power 82.3 102.4 975.5 105.7 347.8 242.2 364.3 397.8 131.3 214.0 358.4 302.8 89.0 268.2 783.9 256.7 85.5 790.8 248.0 84.0 488.2 372.2 103.2 298.8 600.8 62.4 83.0 277.3 877.0 171.9 1107.1 356.1 702.8 435.7 387.2 166.6 946.9 126.3 261.6 65.3 102.7 267.7 588.8 525.5 108.2 280.9 359.00010 (ft2 · hr · F/Btu) in the cooler.7 325.4 295.5 72.0 207.1 188.4 444.8 674.4 292.8 1016.7 118.8 450.5 87.3 349.4 297.4 195.5 434.4 411.2 77.9 667.0 556.6 137. 34 .8 113.0 214.3 642.4 227.2 682.0 439.8 1060.2 229.5 379.4 83. 2.3 531.4 262.3 210.8 85.4 93.0 99.3 194.0 713.1 65.8 218. c.4 425.6 305.2 139.0 115. Refrigerant 134a.8 395.6 465.7 1031.7 91.6 552.7 337.2 457.9 324.6 171.5 259.4 513.8 361.7 511.5 153.1 281.1 261.1 252.1 489.6 368.8 434.4 84.5 128.0 260.1 225.5 127.9 277.3 124.0 463.3 326.0 337.2 195.2 344.4 234.9 153.1 225.3 142.6 127.7 168.6 123.4 252.3 157.9 268.2 150.7 177.5 692.3 333.7 414.1 75.9 165.8 195. U.1 172.9 251.4 240.7 335.9 341.7 121.0 271.4 345.8 1063.4 289.1 Cooler Flow Rate (gpm) 144.8 583.1 239.4 649.9 94.9 396.3 233.2 730.0 409.2 92.7 257.2 580.0 98.2 254.9 219.0 601.6 330.4 288.7 217.6 282.8 667.0 852.4 91.6 81.7 92.2 160.2 89.8 484.9 567.0 304.5 143.1 553.0 264.8 289.1 Cap Tons 70.2 104.8 382.1 299.0 574.2 161.6 118.9 379. All ratings are in accordance with ARI (Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute.

8 195.9 1005.8 293.6 114.9 89.3 1077.8 272.4 119.0 313.9 479.6 317.1 — Cooler Flow Rate (gpm) 162.6 1195.9 377.4 792.9 351.9 499.7 489.0 343.8 412.7 315.8 202.5 439.9 282.2 208.1 100.6 788.6 155.3 200.2 362.9 423.5 87.8 698.6 234.6 81.9 133.7 168.4 450.8 333.7 100.8 293.3 267.1 1032. Refrigerant 134a.9 428.9 262.2 384.7 266.1 1148.7 102.4 112.0 86.5 643.4 266.3 160.7 201.2 159.4 105.8 150.1 91.0 102.4 925.2 687.2 165.7 150.5 126.5 176.5 264.0 108.0 455.4 490.1 285.1 336. 2.5 98.1 264.4 388.4 219.5 1103.3 413.7 261.7 214.6 510.7 1121.8 309.2 410.0 183.2 863.5 146.) Standard 550/590-98.4 89.9 329.9 78.1 346.0 605.9 139. All ratings are in accordance with ARI (Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute.4 103.9 365.9 92.4 404.4 433.2 164.9 798.3 364.8 213.1 459.9 268.8 854.7 749.0 902.8 117.8 346.4 196.9 180.1 140.9 772.6 120.6 289.6 277.6 991.7 448.3 521.1 460.9 214.3 441. 35 .2 248.2 335.8 700.1 472.0 295.9 137.2 147.6 280.2 303.8 488.2 208.2 210.6 284.0 90.1 312.9 245.3 174.8 358.3 232.0 479.7 115.0 117.2 556.6 126.3 234.7 100.7 524.8 299.3 257.8 216.8 129.3 422.8 322.5 127.5 89.7 336.8 154.3 783.8 278.2 325.7 1011.2 86.4 302.2 181.6 133.5 389.7 161.3 82.5 182.9 643.4 462.4 286.5 303.3 283.6 152.3 89.0 222.7 110.5 176.9 299.2 254.5 229.4 328.6 83.7 687.0 237.1 92.4 218.0 107.5 373.2 106.0 147.6 432.2 182.6 208.9 113. b.1 123.8 726.4 154.9 250.1 111. based on: a.4 307.0 213.0 126.6 115.9 360.1 135.6 91.6 316.5 293.7 219.4 258.1 222.9 525.8 291.8 330.4 555.4 105.7 735.8 498.8 325. For other than a 10° F temperature rise.8 228.6 547.6 461.7 240.4 261.7 394.7 758.9 209.2 404.1 499.5 95.2 396.7 104.0 120.8 260.5 629.9 208.6 143.2 289.2 241.2 715.8 512.6 136.7 295.3 135.0 638.8 95.2 708.3 845.7 348.4 316.9 356.6 470.2 172.1 292.8 521.0 96.4 680.7 786.6 279.7 511.8 102.8 CONDENSER ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURE (F) 95 105 Cooler Cooler Cap Power Flow Rate Power Flow Rate Tons (gpm) (gpm) 93.9 398.0 993.3 95.4 519.8 1223.1 172.0 707.1 254.5 553.30XA PACKAGED AIR-COOLED CHILLER RATINGS TABLE — ENGLISH (cont) 30XA UNIT SIZE 080 090 100 110 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300 325 350 400 450 500 080 090 100 110 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300 325 350 400 450 500 080 090 100 110 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300 325 350 400 450 500 85 Cap Tons 83.1 93.0 123.1 1090.6 450.6 193.4 191.3 194.3 252.8 661.0 75.8 612.1 360.2 220.6 97.2 124.3 407.6 638.7 70.0 232.5 205.3 813.9 614.0 276.A.7 244. Ratings generated are based on standard ambient temperature (850 rpm) units.3 604.2 440.9 260.4 597.4 449.1 676.8 406.0 100.2 541.1 475.1 216.8 248.9 468.4 200.6 253.1 173.6 372.00010 (ft2 · hr · F/Btu) in the cooler.1 105.9 835.4 141.6 206.4 165.8 349.6 107.1 322.2 175.3 742.9 200.5 138.9 484.3 527.6 207.4 101.5 197.1 749.8 97.1 137.9 537.8 981. — Cooling Capacity (Tons of Refrigeration) kW — Total Power LCWT — Leaving Chilled Water Temperature NOTES: 1.7 223.1 772.7 262.2 104.9 85.8 328.1 Cap Tons 78.9 259.4 83.2 582.2 262.2 169.4 498.2 87.8 209.9 361.0 519.7 259.4 450.1 275.1 438.3 537. Condenser Entering Air Temperature 115 F not available at time of printing.2 Cooler Flow Rate (gpm) 198.6 224.9 218.2 252.0 245.5 214.8 253.0 287.0 594.4 167.2 240.8 98.7 447.6 268.9 273.1 1147.5 328.9 667. A cooler water temperature rise of 10° F.1 1057.7 217.7 430.7 225.7 223.2 397.2 73.0 523.8 352.0 692.8 333.8 164.0 754.7 287.6 Power 87.5 298.5 193.8 804.1 445.0 115.5 680.1 110.6 505.7 370.2 115 Cap Tons 67.2 226.4 189.9 395.3 360.4 1007.0 324.7 309.1 168.6 141.3 484.8 1047.8 113.2 182.4 108.0 170.6 548.3 294. A fouling factor of 0.0 97.7 516.8 244.1 1072.4 347.3 239.6 219.8 584.4 177.8 702.3 1173.1 376.1 470.1 379.7 287.7 479.8 132.2 109.4 329.8 108.0 153.3 309.5 489. 3.3 237.6 322.8 353.2 473.0 742.9 364.7 250.9 555.8 627. c.6 105.8 139.7 876.3 234.6 442.1 — Power 107.9 72.1 90.6 437.1 524.1 726.8 121.8 242.8 125.5 281.8 968.0 499.3 282.1 339.5 352.4 115.1 226.9 79.7 321.8 182.6 288.0 108.9 103.6 110.3 413.3 185.5 319.4 187.5 315.6 588.7 232.3 228.6 492.6 243.6 109.4 158.7 255.2 143.0 175.2 101.6 328.4 273.4 190.0 227.9 403.8 180.4 842.0 202.3 373.1 835.9 268.3 157.4 269.2 243.5 152.7 223.4 255.2 102.6 123.4 168.6 232.2 507.7 123.6 342.4 265.7 327.7 314.1 252.4 268.6 308.0 351.1 94.4 567.9 93.7 569.8 — LCWT (F) 46 48 50 LEGEND Cap.2 569.2 210.9 171.5 655.8 367.8 866.1 437.9 415.5 145.2 387.5 601.3 453.8 394.4 523.6 830.9 339.4 338.S.1 652.1 306.2 284.3 202.6 419.3 169.1 626.4 505.3 255.1 121.7 1167.3 534.1 1067.8 468.9 619.6 414.6 392.3 226.9 319.7 353.9 420.5 295.3 188.2 586.1 433.3 112.1 126.1 311.7 547.8 233.4 217.1 194.8 146.6 422.5 310.7 139.8 942.5 204.4 360.5 301.8 335.4 724.0 276.4 277.4 98.2 90.1 663.4 669.1 573.4 370.3 151.3 188.2 688.7 419.0 350.9 338.7 213.4 504. data corrections must be made using the Packaged Chiller Builder Program.5 276.0 289.7 372.0 100.9 617.9 557.2 370.5 559.3 611.8 180.2 298.8 380.3 259.2 608.6 233.3 208.7 198. Data for 30XA450.1 285.8 301.9 188.8 272.2 474.6 347.6 200.3 239.6 356.3 477.7 944.4 273. 500.4 142.7 149.2 334.0 210.0 236.6 575.4 247.1 162.5 131.5 780.0 804.1 361.9 197.0 468.6 764.2 535.3 353.1 421.7 633.5 104.0 291.0 247.0 303.4 758.0 386.4 568.0 821. LCWT 50.0 311.0 400.7 341.8 801.6 203. U.5 415.9 335.0 249.8 224.5 546.5 213.7 1120.3 132.3 317.7 161.7 268.8 197.

5 551.1 272.0 1057.3 1029.5 531.3 30.6 38.0 102.3 148.4 136.9 54.3 615.4 1306.6 976.3 30.5 38.3 922.6 275.2 985.6 331.0 Cooler Flow Rate (l/s) 11.1 349.3 Power 101.7 516.9 258.0 195.1 482.3 519.0 573.1 252.9 469.7 898.8 889.3 549. A cooler water temperature rise of 5.7 1408.9 288.3 607.3 260.6 895.6 39.9 206.6 10.8 1050.7 184.2 274.5 15.4 369.0 39.2 47.9 409.4 176.9 775.8 32.9 441.3 246.5 300.9 540.6 21.0 337.2 721.2 47.8 1581.5 579.5 35.3 1325.1 276.7 227.5 354.0 1063.0 808.6 496.8 11.7 212.4 487.2 225.6 297.2 13.6 35.6 61.8 293.1 15.1 1541.4 117.5 278.5 13. 36 .0 1088.9 13.9 39.4 347.8 1209.3 20.7 289.7 31.1 96.0 530.6 88.5 100.7 530.3 797.2 826.3 315.8 1451.9 33.8 363.6 42.1 33.0 15.5 10.8 1250.5 149.4 34.0 55.2 55.8 255.6 269.6 954.2 338.8 260.3 402.7 434.7 368.9 1027.5 930.1 20.7 115.Performance data (cont) 30XA PACKAGED AIR-COOLED CHILLER RATINGS TABLE — SI LCWT (C) 30XA UNIT SIZE 080 090 100 110 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300 325 350 400 450 500 080 090 100 110 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300 325 350 400 450 500 080 090 100 110 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300 325 350 400 450 500 30 Cap kW 265.2 268.1 27.1 127.4 324.1 34.3 24.4 462.1 517.3 28.9 374.2 948.6 504.9 227.0 342. b.1 266.8 285.8 177.0 233.9 13.1 38.1 60.6 12.9 1518.4 218.9 44.1 96.9 693.3 353.9 276.2 27.1 38.7 546.7 458.7 302.1 285.8 303.3 37.9 18.0 14.5 26.4 14.3 295.2 37.9 93.8 261.9 54.4 610.1 768.6 863.0 41.4 45.8 16.0 16.9 539.4 45.0 64.1 967.7 337.5 40.4 36.6 1229.7 1056.0 349.3 139.9 52.2 12.2 29.1 578.7 440.9 624.8 31.4 23.6 864.3 699.7 1120.7 361.1 598.9 95.6 231.5 118.1 304.3 1004.3 52.7 23.0 402.2 15.6 160.7 108.2 72.6 14.) Standard 550/590-98.9 234.7 209.0 137.5 252.1 46. based on: a.6 90.1 474.2 215.8 25.9 735.2 28.2 913.4 45 Cap kW 220.0 95.4 852.0 408.6 1130.5 Power 83.2 254.6 19.9 23.0 86.9 187.4 1017.4 9.4 890.7 192.5 1190.0 53.3 1678.0 488.1 11.6 839.1 326.4 21.5 291.4 29.2 12.9 1197.5 136.7 32.4 1160.0 104.7 296.1 724.8 155.7 331.9 916.4 668.8 416.1 515.5 713.1 241.5 157.4 1091.1 98.6 42.4 51.2 133.4 115.2 429.2 453.5 114.7 42.2 32.7 14.4 15.4 1240.3 16.1 372.0 24.2 44.4 332.9 31.3 380.3 16.2 105.9 490.0 36.2 107.0 21.6 25.1 37.9 293.3 677.S.1 46.9 343.0 152.2 1640.2 10.5 329.1 65.7 367.5 200.1 1078.5 281.2 299.1 104.4 365.7 31.2 29.2 46.4 14.0 43.0 49.5 67.3 43.4 12.8 453.2 29.6 33.6 169.5 48.3 1617.5 259.2 473.2 592.9 822.9 500.6 729.1 427.4 1105.0 560.5 41.7 314.2 15.3 931.4 171.7 235.2 11. Refrigerant 134a.6 130.6 48.3 357.5 776.8 17.4 513.6 239.5 1045.6 546.4 14.3 398.9 736.3 36.6 634.3 460.1 234.4 494.6 304.7 68. — Cooling Capacity (kW of Refrigeration) kW — Total Power LCWT — Leaving Chilled Water Temperature NOTES: 1.9 34.0 30.3 173.8 414.5 12.9 960. A fouling factor of 0.2 1416.3 98.4 28.9 526.7 27.8 112. c.9 357.0 283.6 21.7 21.2 647.2 12.1 282.9 1127.9 50.9 701.1 147.2 41.9 279.1 24.9 268.3 111.7 43.0 790.1 585.0 45.6 19.1 1479.2 387.2 756.1 1290.7 117.0 59.3 53.4 334.2 142. U.8 13.2 32.0 546.6 39.7 63.5 86.7 643.5 135.7 649.2 1295.0 310.1 377.1 1510.9 201. All ratings are in accordance with ARI (Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute.4 1376.7 926.5 17.9 1273.6 13.9 603. For other than a 5.7 58.4 511.2 141.6° C.5 381.7 1047.3 569.7 40.8 669.5 1006.0 808.4 51.8 705.1 1033.5 930.0 65.7 557.9 313.4 438.9 758.7 328.0 35.3 350.3 89.5 837.8 22.3 33.8 1185.0 125.5 12.4 63.9 306.8 328.8 482.6 162.5 31. Ratings generated are based on standard ambient temperature (850 rpm) units.6 347.7 22.3 308.3 55.7 398.6 11.1 306.3 732.9 49.2 311.0 217.7 Cooler Flow Rate (l/s) 9.3 798.1 237.1 11.8 411.6 23.1 832.0 253.4 28.9 172.A.0 673.8 30.3 343.0 237.2 348.7 34.1 27.7 561.3 444.5 190.4 69.0 43.0 92.8 562.7 39.2 159.3 40.2 40.7 18.9 14.0 355.8 215.5 1546.3 45.5 280.0 87.0 324.9 16.4 750.8 236.9 407.9 85.7 320.8 951.1 327.1 62.9 310.4 26.4 273.4 320.8 14.2 125.9 123.4 1279.5 173.5 434.7 1472.1 471.5 175.1 279.0 14.4 45.6 20.0 10.0 1149.4 1485.6 662.0 690.6 38.1 20.4 301.4 42.2 24.1 15.5 70.2 37.7 130.8 890.1 CONDENSER ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURE (C) 35 40 Cooler Flow Cooler Flow Cap kW Power Cap kW Power Rate (l/s) Rate (l/s) 251.7 1526.2 359.7 347.7 493.7 222.3 818.4 18.9 1003.5 189.9 63.5 106.0 207.8 299.4 12.3 543.1 26.2 857.2 204. data corrections must be made using the Packaged Chiller Builder Program.1 101.7 374.2 688.1 44.8 320.9 44.7 125.9 473.9 1565.4 1337.5 22.2 94.2 103.2 103.4 561.7 19.5 541.9 392.1 443.1 244.3 35.8 593.2 56.5 290.1 109.1 336.1 22.4 256.2 878.1 321.6° C temperature rise.6 222.3 36.3 13.3 198.6 869.4 113.7 281.7 18.4 48.3 60.9 375.8 302.5 339.7 13.4 12.9 204.0 14.1 10.5 515.1 988.6 552.7 590.1 380.2 993.2 338.2 66.4 127.0 422.7 377.5 57.6 11.7 25.3 67.9 1095.00018 (m2 · °C/W) in the cooler.2 12.4 283.9 258.4 11.8 25.5 19.4 27.2 128.8 145.3 1599.9 158.3 322.9 120.4 1018.3 315.8 978.1 258.0 174.2 1432.2 13.5 1359.9 26.7 1373.1 188.7 357.3 16.1 1304.5 251.5 382.9 109.2 50.1 14.8 139.6 409.2 56.7 503.1 5 6 7 LEGEND Cap.8 43.7 776.0 41.0 31.7 393.2 17.8 155.8 59.4 119.1 585.0 66.9 628.7 452. 2.9 1195.

1 102. A cooler water temperature rise of 5.2 39.1 Cooler Flow Rate (l/s) 12.6 265.4 35.1 564.4 403.3 150.0 270.2 962.4 41.5 200.8 344.4 647.0 22.0 577.2 13.0 29.00018 (m2 · °C/W) in the cooler.8 825.3 151.1 1078.2 373.0 331.0 17.6 509.7 566.1 309.4 105.5 108.0 50.5 52.6° C.8 832.0 30. A fouling factor of 0.4 1043.6 363.1 1120.4 38.4 121.1 473.5 34.2 20.7 277.7 337.7 99.0 310.4 236.4 115.0 48.8 325.3 882. All ratings are in accordance with ARI (Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute.2 37.7 130.6 52.9 1604.0 357.1 1188.2 117.7 16.2 71.1 311.9 24.5 62.0 35.5 47.6 62.0 1081.9 376. Refrigerant 134a.2 331.0 184.9 708.3 420.1 556.6 367.8 27. U.9 26.6 301.8 204.2 1033.6 260.8 212.8 228.8 179.5 49.1 915.6 298.8 939.9 743.9 1297.9 28.6 216.5 69.2 427.3 1654.2 133.0 940.9 451. data corrections must be made using the Packaged Chiller Builder Program.2 1678.7 27.8 329.5 113.8 45.0 15.5 192.2 25.1 Cooler Flow Rate (l/s) 10.6 1373.5 195.7 230.5 286.7 13.9 1235.7 803.7 442.8 46.6 48.2 313.5 513.5 293.4 28.7 1392.2 106. 37 .1 611.2 1716.4 42.3 511.4 1442.1 354.4 927.4 16.6 13. Ratings generated are based on standard ambient temperature (850 rpm) units.1 366.7 261.2 582.7 44.3 40.4 53.6 17.4 138.1 342.6 15.S.7 21.4 45.7 388.5 14.8 13.8 142.3 46.5 358.2 421.3 200.8 1238.1 58.9 572.0 393.4 16. b.5 291. 2.9 329.3 42.6° C temperature rise.8 947.7 144.4 68.6 442.7 684.9 162.2 316.7 30.1 242.0 45.8 120.3 23.6 158.3 29.8 38.6 127.3 406. — Cooling Capacity (kW of Refrigeration) kW — Total Power LCWT — Leaving Chilled Water Temperature NOTES: 1.3 40.9 33.3 297.0 24.30XA PACKAGED AIR-COOLED CHILLER RATINGS TABLE — SI (cont) LCWT (C) 30XA UNIT SIZE 080 090 100 110 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300 325 350 400 450 500 080 090 100 110 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300 325 350 400 450 500 30 Cap kW 292.8 612.7 341.2 42.1 1454.1 12.1 1061.8 1003.9 CONDENSER ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURE (C) 35 40 Cooler Flow Cooler Flow Cap kW Power Cap kW Power Rate (l/s) Rate (l/s) 276.2 37.1 35.1 494.3 1012.6 773.3 55.6 138. c.8 365.3 254.5 41.2 358.7 18.0 Power 88.4 126.6 18.0 164.3 355.6 1192.6 374. based on: a.5 29.0 284.2 90.6 326.9 1057.9 380.5 12.4 14.0 464.1 26.6 1787.8 93.8 55.3 341.0 68.1 122.4 261.8 14.8 65.3 995.4 165.1 44.8 1338.5 32.0 36.3 74.0 112.9 534.4 218.1 110.2 13.6 171.4 14.1 1058.5 39.3 579.5 51.3 385.9 15.9 50.7 31.9 1024.0 168.1 221.1 311.6 24.0 314.1 302.2 386.1 1129.0 22.7 23.0 57.6 97.A.6 176.9 185.8 179.2 76.8 44.4 447.1 526.7 964.8 11.0 45 Cap kW 244.6 20.4 31.9 734.3 12.2 13.2 15.2 33.1 51.4 407.2 599.5 145.2 761.4 740.9 602.2 48.6 1520.1 64.0 1581.6 348.1 986.6 298.2 356.3 604.1 379.4 377.8 31.6 155.5 46.9 52.4 132.9 977.6 16.5 1161.0 436.0 14.8 183.7 444.7 267.0 307.3 503.8 1137.1 30.8 38.0 97.1 560.2 36.9 381.2 22.1 732.2 23.6 1392.2 766.9 72.2 310.5 793.8 48.6 43.3 272.4 294.6 14.0 16.6 20.1 740.7 1180.6 420.2 110.6 32.6 34.5 1547.2 246.9 856.3 217.3 1221.8 527.2 1508.6 709.9 275.9 713.3 308.4 52.4 947.3 769. For other than a 5.4 66.9 233.5 34.8 353.7 401.0 625.3 1179.7 103.5 31.0 116.2 505.4 33.5 240.5 483.8 1039.0 893.4 422.6 485.8 19.1 522.4 26.8 532.7 326.3 860.5 8 10 LEGEND Cap.5 1473.8 59.2 524.9 1618.4 526.0 536.8 252.6 550.5 151.6 19.7 43.5 135.1 357.9 489.2 340.6 15.8 40.9 11.4 1088.9 608.6 91.4 1280.8 553.1 661.2 1222.) Standard 550/590-98.3 337.8 67.7 138.3 17.7 16.4 25.9 73.6 11.9 795.1 582.1 1568.0 386.8 514.3 469.1 209.1 684.0 124.8 409.7 93.9 387.1 21.3 370.8 15.9 260.0 819.7 40.8 890.4 63.7 1134.4 1720.4 288.0 301.2 44.9 846.1 1092.9 100.0 652.5 375.3 11.5 1222.4 322.6 1292.2 424.5 55.3 59.8 561.4 637.8 278.5 901.4 681.3 283.9 467.4 Power 106.0 16.

38 . Refrigeration. Wiring and piping shown are for a quick overview of system and are not in accordance with recognized standards. 4.Typical piping and wiring 30XA UNITS POWER FD FD CONTROL BALANCING VALVE/ SHUT OFF* VIBRATION ELIMINATORS* STRAINER* GATE VALVE* DRAIN PRESSURE/ SHUTOFF TEMPERATURE TAPS* VALVE PUMP LEGEND Airflow Through Condenser Power Wiring Chilled Water Piping *Field-installed. All piping must follow standard piping techniques. and Air Conditioning Engineers) handbook for details. 3. NOTES: 1. Chiller must be installed level to maintain proper compressor oil return. Refer to Carrier System Design Manual or appropriate ASHRAE (American Society of Heating. All wiring must comply with applicable local and national codes. Piping shown are general points-of-connection guides only and are not intended for a specific installation. 2.

4 713.7 621.7 493.3 337. 6 conductors are required.6 1108. a.6 490.2 614.0 405.2/467.9 amps is 1/0 to 500 kcmil.6 901.6/814.9/477.8 410. 12 conductors are required.5/652.4/422. Maximum allowable phase imbalance is: voltage.8 594.9 amps is 250 kcmil to 500 kcmil.1 1112.5 465.0/736. 3.2 486.2 1814.4/1573.9/273.6 407. For MCA between 1141-1520 amps.6 307.7 MOCP 800 800 450 400 300 800/450 700/400 500 450 350 700/700 600/600 500 450 350 800/800 700/700 600 500 400 800/800 800/700 700 600 450 800/800 800/800 700 600 450 800 700 500 800 700 600 1000 800 600 600/600 800 600 800/600 800 700 600/700 500/600 400/450 700/800 600/800 500/600 700/1000 600/ 800 500/ 600 XL — — 1281.3 934.6 1450.2 609.2 829.0 216.5 516.7 1133.8 561.5 321.8 463.9 434.3 2451.6 742.9 761.4 985.0/2023. even if any safety device is open.5 2109. Incoming wire size range of non-fused disconnect with MCA up to 599. For MCA between 381-760 amps.0/610.9/405. 6.8 588.0/405.4 1677. 2.1 428.6 2201.2 2034.1 1593. Cooler heater is wired into the control circuit so it is always operable as long as the contol power supply disconnect is on.7 401.4 2195.0 649.8 842.3 405.3 567.0/1422.4/555.4/609.8/664.2 476.9 639.0/922.8 399.0 1049. For MCA between 761-1140 amps.8 —/— —/— 1716.1 —/— —/— 1677.5 247.8 1399. Wiring for main field supply must be rated 75 C minimum.5/742.4 398.0/1710.2 307.6 486. 2%.5 904.0/769.1 374.9 467.8 2000.0 477.2 486. 5.3 —/— —/— 1588.1 2201.9 506.3 422. c.4 814.4/537.1 629. 39 .9 465.0/617.9 282. Incoming wire size range of non-fused disconnect with MCA from 800 to 1199.4 664. b. Incoming wire size range of non-fused disconnect with MCA from 600 to 799.8/383.5/742.8 946.3 264.1 2195.3 1062.0/434. The high ambient option is not available on 30XA080-120 units.5/2201.0/505.9 327.5 2109.7 2195.0/2381. 60 Hz) 200 230 380 460 575 200 230 380 460 575 200 230 380 460 575 200 230 380 460 575 200 230 380 460 575 200 230 380 460 575 380 460 575 380 460 575 380 460 575 380 460 575 380 460 575 380 460 575 380 460 575 380 460 575 — — — — — VOLTAGE RANGE Min 187 207 342 414 518 187 207 342 414 518 187 207 342 414 518 187 207 342 414 518 187 207 342 414 518 187 207 342 414 518 342 414 518 342 414 518 342 414 518 342 414 518 342 414 518 342 414 518 342 414 518 342 414 518 Max 220 253 418 506 633 220 253 418 506 633 220 253 418 506 633 220 253 418 506 633 220 253 418 506 633 220 253 418 506 633 418 506 633 418 506 633 418 506 633 418 506 633 418 506 633 418 506 633 418 506 633 418 506 633 MAIN POWER SUPPLY QTY REQD 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 ICF MCA 618.0 439.3/934.2 1814.4/486.3/934.6 1134. Calculation of conductors required is based on 75 C copper wire.7 1814.5 334.6/814.7 1427.7 952.9 721.0/354.3 353.4 533.4 713.9 amps is 3/0 to 500 kcmil.6 464. For MCA that is less than or equal to 380 amps.4 736.2 401.2 543.5/462.6 1615.8 703. Use copper for all units.5 904.1 934.7 434.4 512.4/477.4 2444.7 609.0/818.7 736. d.0/561.8 795.1 1619.4 344.5/708.9 516.4 825.4 1677.1 559.2/430.0/2438.6 567.4 825.3 588.3 1393. 4 AWG (American Wire Gage) to 500 kcmil.2 609.6 389.8/434.9 696.5 —/— —/— 1683.7 823.4 383.9 —/— —/— 1363.0/1974.5/2201.8/423. amps 10%.Electrical data 30XA140-500 (HIGH AMBIENT TEMPERATURE OPTION) UNIT 30XA VOLTAGE (3 Ph.0 WD 957.1 305.8 742.7 2028.2 1450. 9 conductors are required.2 616.7 622.0/979.4/1130.4 1317.4/647.4/1611.6 651.4/484.5 946.8 511.8 359.1 468. Incoming wire size range for the terminal block is no.0 422.5 846.7 2411. 60 Hz) 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 50 115 50 115 50 115 50 115 50 115 50 115 50 115 50 115 50 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300 325 350 400 450 500 ICF MCA MOCP WD XL LEGEND Instantaneous Current Flow Minimum Circuit Amps Maximum Overcurrent Protection Wye-Delta Across-the-Line NOTES: 1.9 490.7 472.4/934.6 814.2 1450. Units are suitable for use on electrical systems where voltage supplied to the unit terminals is not below or above the listed minimum and maximum limits. Data provided circuit 1/circuit 2 where there are two circuits. 3 conductors are required.2 530.2 477.1 271.3 992. 4.8 709.1 742.4/761.8/249.1 736.0 REC FUSE SIZE 700 700 400 350 250 600/350 600/300 450 400 300 500/500 450/450 450 400 300 600/600 600/600 600 450 350 700/600 700/600 600 500 400 700/700 700/600 600 600 400 700 600 500 800 700 500 1000 700 600 500/500 800 600 600/500 800 600 500/600 450/600 350/400 600/800 500/700 400/500 600/800 500/700 400/600 CONTROL CIRCUIT Voltage MCA and MOCP (1 Ph.1 655.8/814.

0 1794.9 472.0 —/— —/— 1654.4 202.4 317. 3 conductors are required.8 1564.6 471.5 183.6 882. Incoming wire size range of non-fused disconnect with MCA from 600 to 799.1 309.0/740.0 334.0 391.9 471.4 490.9 743. Units are suitable for use on electrical systems where voltage supplied to the unit terminals is not below or above the listed minimum and maximum limits. For MCA that is less than or equal to 380 amps.4/347. For MCA between 761-1140 amps.9 amps is 250 kcmil to 500 kcmil.2 370.1 WD 521.5 525.8 554.4/561.0/786.0 194.9 MOCP 450 400 250 200 150 500 450 250 225 175 500 500 250 250 175 600 500 300 250 200 600 600 350 300 225 800 800 450 400 300 800 700 500 450 350 700 600 500 450 350 800 700 600 500 400 800 800 700 600 450 800 800 700 600 450 800 700 500 800 800 600 1000 800 600 700 800 600 800 800 700 700 500 450 800 700 500 800 700 500 XL 1257.7 644.6/426.6 187.6 308.0 504.9 1595.0/426.1 497.3 2196.6 300.2/587.1 284.6 315.0/791.Electrical data (cont) 30XA080-500 (STANDARD CONDENSER FAN MOTORS) UNIT 30XA VOLTAGE (3 Ph.0 261.6 359.1/931.0/1996.5 336.5 786.9 1435.4 544.5 1403.9 797.2 438.4/902.7 326.1 671.4 224.1 181.0/786.2/498.0 361.5 396.9 1296.2/627.0/595.1 REC FUSE SIZE 400 350 225 175 150 450 400 225 200 150 450 400 250 200 175 500 450 300 225 175 600 500 300 250 200 700 700 350 350 250 600/350 600/300 450 350 300 500/500 450/450 450 400 300 600/600 600/600 500 450 350 700/600 600/600 600 500 400 700/700 600/600 600 600 400 700 600 450 800 700 500 800 700 600 500/500 700 600 600/500 800 600 500/700 450/500 350/400 600/500 500/700 400/500 600/1000 500/ 700 400/ 600 CONTROL CIRCUIT Voltage MCA and (1 Ph.2 529.8 644.9 423.2 267.6 600.5 — — 1255.6 606.4 168.5 1652.7 284.5 424.7/548.9 743.2 1109.5 598.7 872.8/902.4 797.6 449.0/636. 60 Hz) 200 230 380 460 575 200 230 380 460 575 200 230 380 460 575 200 230 380 460 575 200 230 380 460 575 200 230 380 460 575 200 230 380 460 575 200 230 380 460 575 200 230 380 460 575 200 230 380 460 575 200 230 380 460 575 380 460 575 380 460 575 380 460 575 380 460 575 380 460 575 380 460 575 380 460 575 380 460 575 — — — — — VOLTAGE RANGE Min 187 207 342 414 518 187 207 342 414 518 187 207 342 414 518 187 207 342 414 518 187 207 342 414 518 187 207 342 414 518 187 207 342 414 518 187 207 342 414 518 187 207 342 414 518 187 207 342 414 518 187 207 342 414 518 342 414 518 342 414 518 342 414 518 342 414 518 342 414 518 342 414 518 342 414 518 342 414 518 Max 220 253 418 506 633 220 253 418 506 633 220 253 418 506 633 220 253 418 506 633 220 253 418 506 633 220 253 418 506 633 220 253 418 506 633 220 253 418 506 633 220 253 418 506 633 220 253 418 506 633 220 253 418 506 633 418 506 633 418 506 633 418 506 633 418 506 633 418 506 633 418 506 633 418 506 633 418 506 633 MAIN POWER SUPPLY QTY REQD 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 ICF MCA 347.4 909.9 538.2 549.9/452.7 230. Data provided circuit 1/circuit 2 where there are two circuits.3 729.6 443.2/1591.7 2077.0/404.2/407.6 700.9 400.4 237. Cooler heater is wired into the control circuit so it is always operable as long as the contol power supply disconnect is on. b.5 589.7 284. 9 conductors are required.5 902.7 — — 824.8 792.7 2077.7 419.2 469.5 534.0/1400. d.4 638.9 2202.4 224.7 824.9 1969.9 2202.0 565.2 490.4 544.1 407.7 550. 4.8 —/— —/— 1651. 5.0 680.0 685.0 590.5 —/— —/— 1564.5 167.6 1570.0/604.5 688.9 308.6 258.7 121.0 710.7 340.0 475.6/264. 40 .6 737.7 311.6 460. Incoming wire size range for the terminal block is no. 3.0 349.2 405.6 423.7 182.4 1034.5 1652.9 737. 60 Hz) MOCP 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 30 115 50 115 50 115 50 115 50 115 50 115 50 115 50 115 50 115 50 080 090 100 110 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300 325 350 400 450 500 ICF MCA MOCP WD XL LEGEND Instantaneous Current Flow Minimum Circuit Amps Maximum Overcurrent Protection Wye-Delta Across-the-Line NOTES: 1.8 568.1/2390. 4 AWG (American Wire Gage) to 500 kcmil. a.4 557.9 340.6/465.1 800.9/685.2 589.7/2202.7 684.9 amps is 1/0 to 500 kcmil.0 1115.9 491.2 275.8 422.9 468.4 —/— —/— 1689.2 383.0/786. For MCA between 1141-1520 amps.9 1274.9 2196.5 688.8 636.4 2002.7/743. Incoming wire size range of non-fused disconnect with MCA up to 599.5 446.8 786.6 1093.3 737. c.9 1040.5 911.3 139.5 447.0 624.9 amps is 3/0 to 500 kcmil. even if any safety device is open.0 589.2 1794.5 482.9 956.9 2415.2/1551.0/370.0/463.7 340.2/470. Wiring for main field supply must be rated 75 C minimum.9 1116.8 568.1/2450.0/1945.3 218.6 370.7 238. Calculation of conductors required is based on 75 C copper wire.7 426.6 212.4 402.5 401.6 447.2/423.8 1368.2 955.7 236.7 680.2 2414.7 480.6 255.6 1091.8/729.0 715.3 —/— —/— 1336.1/1722. 6 conductors are required.0 909.5/241.9 631.0 504.1 402.3 465.0 561.8 902.5 1794.3 364. amps 10%.7/2202.0 465. 12 conductors are required. Maximum allowable phase imbalance is: voltage.2 516. Use copper for all units.3 479.0 128.9 2002.4 390.2 662.6 568.3 610.7 2376. Incoming wire size range of non-fused disconnect with MCA from 800 to 1199.9 631.9/745.5 157.5/423.0 1370. For MCA between 381-760 amps.0/424.9 1435. 2.1 437.4 155.5 494.7/743.4/902.6 557.6 1100.3 554.8/463.7 684. 2%.1/991.4 588.9 471.7 — — 843.0 677.2 368.7 872.6 1435.0/553.6 237.1/748.2/1114.8 792.9 1595.9 764.3 205.5 455.7/348.8 601.6 1373.4 829.7 917.9 294.6 2196.

The controller will equalize run time on each circuit through the lead/lag feature. The speed at which capacity is added or reduced is controlled by temperature deviation from set point and rate of temperature change of chilled fluid. the capacity of the compressor is increased by changing the position of the slide valve. The following sensors can be used on 30XA units: • Cooler leaving chilled fluid temperature (T1) • Cooler entering fluid (return) temperature (T2) • Outside-air temperature (T9) • Space Temperature (T10) Two refrigerant pressure transducers are used in each circuit for sensing suction and discharge pressure. the unit is shut off until the water temperature for brine reaches 34 F (1. As the load increases above the compressor’s capacity. The valve allows hot gas to pass directly into the cooler circuit on the initial step of unloading.Controls Microprocessor The ComfortLink™ microprocessor controls overall unit operation and controls a number of processes simultaneously. When the unit receives a call for cooling (based on a deviation from chilled water set point). compressors will continue to run unless a safety device trips. display control. The microprocessor routine is started by switching the Emergency ON-OFF switch to ON position. load. Accuracy depends on loop volume. No additional thermistor sensors are required for optional leaving chilled water temperature. then microprocessor checks itself. As additional cooling is required.2° C) and rate of change in leavingwater temperature is greater than the adjustable setting. capacity control. the prestart process takes place. Control sequence Off cycle — If ambient temperature is below 36 F (2. loop flow rate. Some processes are updated almost continuously. cooler heaters are also energized. permitting the unit to operate at lower loads with less compressor cycling. Contact a local Carrier representative for more information. diagnostic control. Start-up — After control circuit switches on. The microprocessor uses these inputs to control capacity and fan cycling. another compressor is started and both staged together. demand limit. the unit stages up in capacity to maintain the cooler fluid set point. These processes include internal timers. output relay control. Pump control of external pumps (where configured) will energize the cooler pump to the internal (or CCN) time schedule (or input occupied signal from external system). The first compressor starts 1 to 3 minutes after the call for cooling. This prevents rapid cycling and also helps return oil during short operating periods. others every 2 to 3 seconds.3° C) above the set point for brine to protect against freezing. and outdoor-air temperature. If a circuit becomes disabled. Operation. Packaged Service Training programs are also available. This is referred to as leaving-fluid temperature control with return-fluid temperature compensation. The basic logic for determining when to add or remove capacity is a time band integration of deviation from set point plus rate of change of leaving-fluid temperature. The Minimum Load control valve is energized by the MBB. Capacity control — On the first call for cooling. and some every 30 seconds. and temperature reset. Service. starts pump (if configured) and waits for temperature to stabilize. If pulldown control has been selected (adjustable setting). logic prevents additional capacity. return water. head pressure control. The control automatically starts the chiller in the unloaded state to eliminate the potential of compressor overload due to high head pressure or low suction pressure. The control maintains leaving-fluid temperature set point shown on the Navigator™ device through intelligent positioning of the slide valve and compressor cycling. Sensors Thermistors are used to control temperature-sensing inputs to the microprocessor. no additional capacity is added as long as the difference between leaving-fluid temperature and the set point is greater than 4° F (2. 41 . because the control automatically compensates for cooling range by measuring both return-fluid temperature and leaving-fluid temperature. the control will automatically set the active circuit to lead. fan control. reading inputs. If leaving-fluid temperature is less than 34 F (1. Dynamic ComfortLink controls keep the chiller on line during periods of extreme operating conditions. Start-Up. the microprocessor starts initial compressor and fan stage on lead circuit. analog to digital conversions. The Main Base Board (MBB) responds to the supply chilled water temperature to cycle the compressors to match cooling load requirements. When leaving-fluid temperature is close to the set point and slowly moving closer.3° C) below the brine freeze set point for brine units. keeping the chiller online at a reduced capacity. or 6° F (3.1 C) or to 6° F (3. or outdoor air reset. If it has been less than 90 seconds since the last capacity change. If the entering fluid temperature is 95 F (35 C) and the saturated suction temperature is 50 F (10 C) or higher the maximum operating pressure (MOP) feature limits the suction to keep the chiller online. The controlled pulldown feature limits compressor loading on start-up to reduce demand on start-up and unnecessary compressor usage.1 C) for water. No adjustment for cooling range or cooler flow rate is required. and Troubleshooting guide included with each unit. • Saturated condensing temperature • Cooler saturation temperature • Oil • Economizer Additional information Detailed information on controls and operation is available in the Controls. The ComfortLink microprocessor controls the capacity of the chiller by varying the number of compressors on and each loading capacity to satisfy actual dynamic load conditions.2 C).

42 High-pressure cutout — Switch shuts down compressors if compressor discharge pressure increases to 305 psig (2102.Controls (cont) Standard ComfortLink™ controls with Navigator™ display — A portable hand-held display for convenient access to unit status. This reset should be applied only where outdoor ambient temperature is an accurate indication of load.600 discrete steps and is monitored every three seconds. Sensor failures — Failures are detected by the microprocessor. This FIOP/accessory interfaces with the microprocessor to control the unit so that the chiller’s kW demand does not exceed its setting. The orifice is positioned by a stepper motor through approximately 3. or Portuguese. Chiller holds in safety mode until reset. High-temperature override — This feature allows the chiller to add capacity quickly during rapid load variations. operation. Date and time are set to U. microprocessor makes appropriate decision to shut down a compressor due to a safety trip or bad sensor reading and displays appropriate failure code on the display. Diagnostics — The microprocessor may be put through a service test (see Controls. The Energy Management Module is required for either 2-step or 4 to 20 mA demand limit. and Troubleshooting literature). Three reset options are offered. Accessory controls — Demand can be limited by controlling the chiller capacity through the demand limit control (the Energy Management Module is required for this function). Spanish. informs observer through display the condition of each sensor and switch in chiller. Outdoor-Air Temperature increases the LCWT as outdoor ambient temperature decreases (indicating load decrease). A limitation of return fluid reset is that LCWT may only be reset to value of design return fluid temperature. Reset reduces compressor power usage at part load when design LCWT is not necessary. The Energy Management Module (EMM) is only required for temperature reset that is initiated by a 4 to 20 mA signal. . Configuration settings will be based on any options or accessories included with the unit at the time of manufacturing. or space temperature does not require this option. Default settings — To facilitate quick start-ups. For details on applying a reset option. Operation. Demand limit — If the demand limit is applied. Start-Up.A. it then reverts to normal control when unit is reset. An accessory thermistor (T10) is required if space temperature reset is selected. Compressor anti-cycling — This feature limits compressor cycling. refer to the Controls.S. Loss of flow protection — Proof of flow switches are standard and installed on all 30XA chillers. Obtain ordering part numbers for reset option from the Packaged Chiller Builder program or contact a local Carrier representative. schedule must be set during installation. outdoor-air temperature. Start-Up. French. It is activated from an external switch or a 4 to 20 mA signal. return-fluid temperature [standard]. For other safeties. that resets the LCWT. Reset by return fluid. The weatherproof enclosure and industrial grade extension cord enable the Navigator display to be ideally suited for outdoor applications. or space temperature [which requires accessory thermistor]). Option may be used in any application where return fluid provides accurate load indication. Magnets located on the back of the module allow attachment to any sheet metal component for hands-free operation. and allows observer to check for proper operation of fans and compressors. Loss of feedback signal to the MBB will cause the compressor(s) to shut down. Low-pressure safety — Safety cuts out if system pressure drops below minimum. Electronic expansion valve (EXV) — The EXV controls refrigerant flow to the cooler for different operating conditions by varying an orifice size to increase or decrease the flow area through the valve based on microprocessor input. Abnormal conditions — All control safeties in the chiller operate through compressor protection board or control relay and microprocessor. based on the following: Return-Fluid Temperature increases LCWT set point as return (or entering) fluid temperature decreases (indicating load decrease). configuration and troubleshooting diagnostics capability is standard on 30XA units. Low-temperature override — This feature prevents LCWT (leaving chilled water temperature) from overshooting the set point and possibly causing a nuisance trip-out by the freeze protection. Service and Troubleshooting literature shipped with the unit. The standard ComfortLink control is programmed to accept various accessory temperature reset options (based on outdoor-air temperature [standard]. Temperature reset The Energy Management Module is required for 4 to 20 mA reset of LCWT in constant fluid systems. Service. Humidity control should be considered since higher coil temperatures resulting from reset will reduce latent heat capacity. An accessory space temperature thermistor is required. Operation. Service test confirms microprocessor is functional. it limits the total power draw of unit to a selected point by controlling the number of operational compressors during periods of peak electrical demand. If operation based on occupancy scheduling is desired. The four-line. 20-character LCD display provides clear language information in English.7 kPa). Space Temperature increases the LCWT as space temperature decreases (indicating load decrease). This reset should be applied only where space temperature is an accurate indication of load. 30XA chillers with ComfortLink controls are pre-configured with a default setting that assumes stand-alone operation supplying 44 F (6. Eastern Time zone and will need reconfiguring based on location and local time zone.6 C) chilled water.

Ice duty — ComfortLink™ controls have the capability of reduced leaving fluid temperature operation for thermal storage. The unit produces ice (normally at night) by supplying ice storage tanks with low temperature cooling fluid. The ice duty function requires brine modification for leaving fluid temperatures below 40 F (4. The ice duty feature may be configured to start on an external input command or by the ComfortLink standard internal scheduling function. 43 . The chiller takes advantage of reduced ambient conditions at night for icemaking mode. or ice duty. At peak cooling demands. The optional Energy Management display includes input contacts for the “ice done” signal generated by the thermal storage control system.4 C). the chiller and the stored ice may share the cooling load to reduce operating costs. Ice duty may be used in combination with any other standard features offered by the Energy Management Module and ComfortLink controls. so the capacity suffers a lower penalty for the low leaving fluid temperatures. which is stored for peak cooling demands. The production of ice. The thermal storage system may potentially reduce the size of the chiller plant required to meet demand loads. can significantly decrease energy costs.

a set of normally open contacts rated for dry circuit application must be supplied from field-supplied pump starter relay. Terminals 1 and 2 of TB5 are for external connections of chilled water pump interlock. A EMM FEB MLV NEC PEB PMP PMPI TB — — — — — — — — — LEGEND Alarm Energy Management Fan Electrical Box Minimum Load Valve National Electric Code Power Electrical Box Chilled Water Pump Chilled Water Pump Interlock Terminal Block Field Power Wiring Field Control Wiring Factory Installed Wiring FIELD CONTROL WIRING ENTRY FEB (140-500 UNITS DISPLAY LOCATION IS IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE POWER BOX. The maximum load allowed for the chilled water pump relay is 5 va sealed. Terminals 13 and 15 of TB5 are for control of chilled water pump 2 (PMP2) starter. 7. 2. 3. Connect contacts to violet and pink wires in harness from main base board channel 18. The maximum load allowed for the alarm relay is 10 va sealed. The contacts must be rated for dry circuit application capable of handling a 24 vac load up to 50 mA. Wiring for main field supply must be rated 75 C minimum. 5. Field modifications or additions must be in compliance with all applicable codes. The contacts for occupancy override.) PEB 1 PEB 2 080-120 MAIN POWER ENTRY ALL VOLTAGES FIELDS CONTROL WIRING ENTRY MAIN POWER ENTRANCE CIRCUIT 2 400-500 ALL VOLTAGES MAIN POWER ENTRANCE CIRCUIT 1 140-500 ALL VOLTAGES TYPICAL CONTROL BOX LOCATIONS AND MAIN POWER ENTRY . Incoming wire size range for units 140-240. For control of chilled water pumps. 575 v is 4-500 kcmil. sizes 080-500 44 080-120 MAIN POWER DISPLAY LOCATION NOTES: 1. 380. 8. Incoming wire size range for units 260-500.Controls and power wiring schematic. The contacts must be rated for dry circuit application capable of handling a 24 vac load up to 50 mA. 380. Incoming wire size range for units 140-240. 4. all voltages is 4-500 kcmil. 25 va inrush at 24 v. Wires in harness are marked PMP1-13 and PMP1-14. 10 va inrush at 24 v. Incoming wire size range for units 080-120. demand limit and ice done options must be rated for dry circuit application capable of handling a 24 vac load up to 50 mA. Terminals 11 and 13 of TB5 are for control of chilled water pump 1 (PMP1) starter. 460. 575 v is 1/0-500 kcmil. 460. Use copper for all units. Field power supply is not required. Make appropriate connections to TB6 as shown for energy management board options. Field power supply is not required. 6. Factory wiring is in accordance with UL 1995 standards. 200/230 v is 1/0-500 kcmil. Terminals 12 and 13 of TB5 are for an alarm relay. Terminals 9 and 10 of TB5 are for field external connections for remote on-off.

NOTE: Recirculation flow is shown below. Ensure adequate clearance between adjacent chillers is maintained. See dimensional drawings for specific unit clearance requirements. Return fluid may bypass the cooler to keep the pressure drop through the cooler within acceptable limits. For minimum and maximum cooler flow rates.2 l/kw). service and local code requirements. Minimum Load Control should be given consideration where substantial operating time is anticipated below the minimum unloading step. Apply 6 gal.4 C). Oversizing chillers Oversizing chillers by more than 15% at design conditions must be avoided as the system operating efficiency is adversely affected (resulting in greater or excessive electrical demand). providing flow limits are not exceeded and corrections to system guidelines are made. Maximum leaving chilled water temperature (LCWT) for the unit is 60 F (15. Minimum LCWT for a standard unit is 40 F (4.8° to 11. Unit must be level when installed to ensure proper oil return to the compressors.5 C).1° C). see the Minimum and Maximum Cooler Flow Rates table.5° C). In such cases minimum flow must be in excess of minimum flow given in the Minimum and Maximum Cooler Fluid Flow Rates table. However. Chiller Program to obtain the rating if a temperature rise other than 10° F (5. attempt to maintain a constant leaving chilled water temperature. A minimum of 10 ft is recommended. Flow rate must change in steps of less than 10% per minute.9 F (–9. Minimum Load Control should not be used as a means to allow oversizing chillers. The operation of a smaller chiller loaded to a greater percentage over minimum is preferred to operating a single chiller at or near its minimum recommended value. NOTE: Water flowing through cooler should not exceed 100 F. Installation in pits is not recommended.4 to 43 C) an inhibited antifreeze solution is required. It is also recommended that 2 smaller chillers be installed where operation at minimum load is critical. Cooler fluid may be recirculated to raise the flow rate to the chiller. Cooler water temperature 1. Application of chiller to 15 F (–9. the mixed temperature entering cooler must be maintained a minimum of at least 5 F (2. however. Use the Packaged 45 . A high flow rate is generally limited by the maximum pressure drop that can be tolerated by the unit. b. The 30XA chillers may be operated at a different temperature rise. For applications requiring mounting a chiller on a building rooftop. Cooler flow/range Ratings and performance data in this publication are for a cooling temperature rise of 10° F (5. consideration should be given to using rubber-in-shear or spring isolators to minimize structure-borne transmission. Maximum cooler flow — The maximum cooler flow (approximately 5° F rise) results in a practical maximum pressure drop through cooler. each providing a portion of the design temperature rise. NOTE: Bypass flow is shown below. 2. Multiple smaller chillers may be applied in series.8 C) above the LCWT. For leaving-water temperatures between 15 and 39. install a single chiller to meet present load requirements and add a second chiller to meet the additional load demand. It is recommended that entering-water temperature not exceed 70 F (21. and minimum water volume must be in excess of 3 gallons per ton (3. Chiller fan discharge must be at least as high as adjacent solid walls. BYPASS FLOW Variable cooler flow rates Variable rates may be applied to a standard chiller. follow the recommendations below. When system design conditions require a lower flow (or higher rise) than the minimum allowable cooler flow. no more than 10 ft ahead of the cooler. RECIRCULATION FLOW Strainers A strainer with a minimum screen size of 20 mesh must be installed in the entering cooler fluid line. This permits a higher delta T with lower fluid flow through cooler and mixing after the cooler. The unit will.5 l/kw) water loop volume minimum if flow rate changes more rapidly. Minimum cooler flow (maximum cooler temperature rise) — The minimum cooler flow for standard units is shown in the Minimum and Maximum Cooler Flow Rates table.1). The 30XA chillers are designed for a full load temperature rise of 5° to 20° F (2. or more per ton (6.5° C) is used. Unit can start and pull down with up to 95 F (35 C) entering-water temperature.4 C) is possible by ordering the factory-installed medium temperature brine option. Clearances must be provided around chillers for airflow. a.Application data Chiller location and clearances Do not locate near sound sensitive areas without proper acoustic consideration. When future expansion of equipment is anticipated.

a burst protection concentration is recommended.000088 0. it is often necessary to install a tank in the loop. Cooler freeze protection Freeze protection for the cooler is standard on all 30XA air-cooled chillers. allowing for flow through the cooler. For applications in which the leaving water temperature set point is less than 40 F (4.979 . the unit is protected from freezing down to –20 F (–29 C). Consult glycol fluid manufacturers for burst protection recommendations and fluid specifications. If the chiller does operate during winter.8 l/kW).5 l/kw) of water volume is the recommended minimum for a moderate system load.4 C). The solution concentration must be sufficient to protect the chilled water loop to a freeze protection (first crystals) concentration of at least 15° F (8. Both of these parameters can help determine the recommended concentration level.987 . NOTE: Use only antifreeze solutions approved for heat exchanger duty.1 C).000308 0.001 ft2 ⋅ hr ⋅ °F/Btu (.Application data (cont) Water loop volume The volume in circulation must equal or exceed 3 gal. This concentration may not be high enough to pump the fluid through the unit. High ambient temperature operation High outdoor ambient chiller start-up and operation is possible for standard 30XA chillers at ambient temperatures up to 125 F (52 C) at nominal voltage. If the chiller refrigerant or fluid lines are in an area where ambient conditions fall below 34º F (1. At least 6 gal per ton (6.991 0. it is required that an antifreeze solution be added to protect the unit and fluid piping to a temperature of 15º F (8. Since power is sometimes lost for extended periods during winter storms. per ton (6.952 Two conditions that must be considered when determining antifreeze concentration are both leaving water set point and ambient freeze conditions.00075 . As fouling factor is increased. a suitable inhibited antifreeze solution must be used.955 0.000018 m2 ⋅ °C/W). nor is a start-up expected. a freeze protection concentration is recommended. Solution must be added to fluid loop to protect loop down to 15° F (8.00175 .1º C). heater and cooler pump.000132 0. freeze protection provided by heater tapes will be effective only if a back-up power supply can be assured for the unit’s control circuit. This concentration will be high enough to keep the fluid in a condition that it can be pumped at low ambient conditions.910 0.3° C) below the leaving water temperature set point. If a unit controls the chilled water pump/valves. unit capacity decreases and compressor power increases. 46 .00050 . If the chiller does not operate during the winter. TANK INSTALLATION BAD GOOD BAD GOOD Cooler fouling factor The fouling factor used to calculate tabulated ratings is 0.5 l/kW) of cooling for temperature stability and accuracy in normal air conditioning applications. draining the cooler and outdoor piping is recommended if the system will not be used during freezing weather conditions. In process cooling applications. per nominal ton (6. Low ambient temperature operation Units will start and operate down to 32 F (0° C) as standard. To achieve this volume. or for operation at ambient temperature below 32 F (0° C) with low loading conditions.995 . If not protected with an antifreeze solution. All units are equipped with cooler heaters.00025 .3° C) below the lowest anticipated ambient temperature. IMPORTANT: Glycol anti-freeze solutions are highly recommended since heater tapes provide no protection in the event of a power failure. Burst protection is typically a lower concentration that will provide better performance from the machine. Higher concentration must be used to adequately protect the machine.3° C) below minimum operating ambient temperature.000044 0.5 to 10. Inhibited propylene glycol or other suitable corrosion-resistant anti-freeze solution must be field supplied and installed in all units for unit operation below 34 F (1. Tank should be baffled to ensure there is no stratification and that water (or brine) entering tank is adequately mixed with liquid in the tank. Concentration should be based on expected minimum temperature and either “Burst” or “Freeze” protection levels. Corrections to published ratings can be approximated by using the following multipliers: FOULING FACTORS FOULING FACTOR FOULING FACTOR CAPACITY COMPRESSOR (English) (SI) POWER MULTIPLIER 2 2 (ft ⋅ hr ⋅ F/Btu) (m ⋅ °C/W) MULTIPLIER . there should be from 6 to 10 gal. Operation to –20 F (–29 C) requires optional low ambient head pressure control as well as wind baffles (field fabricated and installed to all units for operation below 32 F [0° C]) if wind velocity is anticipated to be greater than 5 mph (8 kp/h). Select concentration based on either burst or freeze protection as dictated by the application.977 0. Units are protected from freezing down to 0° F (–18 C) through the cooler heaters and control algorithms.

8 122 7.0 562 35.4 C) 45 F (7.9 501 31.4 101 6.23 L/kW) of chiller nominal capacity for air conditioning and at least 6 gal/ton (6.8 147 9.2 m/s) or greater are anticipated at outdoor ambient temperatures below 32 F (0° C).2 110 244.4 501 31.3 37.9 244 15.5 1124 70.0 2151 135. Contact a local Carrier representative to obtain performance data using the Carrier electronic catalog. contact a local Carrier representative for unit selection using the Carrier electronic catalog.4 — — — — 2004 — — — — 2004 — — — — NOMINAL — — Nominal Flow Rate (gpm) (L/s) 180.6 25.7 134 8.5 807 50.7 229 14.1 C) Maximum Flow Rate (gpm) (L/s) 379 23.5 2334 147. the units require the use of antifreeze and application may require one of the special order brine option.4 260 600.6 391 24.7 1662 104.3 538 33.0 2750 173.8 16. Contact a local Carrier representative for more information.0 43 2.0 843 53. NOTES: 1. All models are qualified for use at 125 F (46 C).9 257 16.4 11.0 125 7.7 140 317.3 202 12.3 220 505.9 400 917.7 379 23.9 403 25.9 192 12.9 *Maximum ambient temperature and percent of unit capacity will vary based on unit load and return water temperature.6 281 17. 95 F (35 C) ambient.4 165 10.6 293 18.1 160 365.9 31. wind baffles are required.9 15.9 293 18.1 98 6.4 43 2.4 C).0 687 43. Fouling factor 0.5 1296 81.1 327 20.7 3068 193.5 L/kW) for process applications or systems that must operate in low ambient temperatures (below 32 F [0° C]).9 280 642.3 391 24.9 2004 126.8 34.9 61 3.8 254 16. 5.7 501 31.4 46.8 562 35.000018 m2-K/kW).9 391 24.9 584 36.4 767 48. Where winds of 5 mph (2. To obtain proper temperature control.9 892 56.0 501 31.9 538 33.6 174 11.MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM COOLER FLOW RATES* ITEM Cooler Leaving Water Temperature† Cooler Entering Water Temperature** 30XA UNIT SIZE 080 Cooler Standard Plus one pass Minus one pass Standard Plus one pass Minus one pass Standard Plus one pass Minus one pass Standard Plus one pass Minus one pass Standard Plus one pass Minus one pass Standard Plus one pass Minus one pass Standard Plus one pass Minus one pass Standard Plus one pass Minus one pass Standard Plus one pass Minus one pass Standard Plus one pass Minus one pass Standard Plus one pass Minus one pass Standard Plus one pass Minus one pass Standard Plus one pass Minus one pass Standard Plus one pass Minus one pass Standard Plus one pass Minus one pass Standard Plus one pass Minus one pass Standard Plus one pass Minus one pass Standard Plus one pass Minus one pass Standard Plus one pass Minus one pass Number of Passes 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 1 — — 1 — — 1 — — MINIMUM 40 F (4.6 416 26.9 450 1019.2 223 14.6 2004 126.5 14.7 1418 89. 2. 3. cooler loop fluid volume must be at least 3 gal/ ton (3.5 1442 91.7 100 225.4 489 30.8 660 41.6 978 61. 47 .4 1063 67.9 12.2 2897 182.9 73 4.1 782 49.5 120 264.7 229 14.4 200 12.8 200 463. †For applications requiring cooler leaving water temperature operation at less than 40 F (4.4 090 201.6 — — — — 501 — — — — 501 — — — — MAXIMUM 60 F (15 C) 70 F (21.4 101 6. Requires optional or accessory low ambient kit for operation below 32 F (0° C).4 48. Some models may require the high ambient fan option.7 196 12.2 354 22. 4. The 30XA units will start with loop temperatures up to 95 F (35 C).3 64.00010 ft2-hr-F/Btu (0.9 29.4 200 12.3 361 22.3 1173 74.5 2481 156.2 C) Minimum Flow Rate (gpm) (L/s) 95 6.2 458 28.4 98 6.4 43 2.5 1308 82.1 23.6 324 20.7 73 4.8 68.2 40.4 125 7.6 917 57.4 325 733.4 1014 64.5 73 4.3 724 45.5 300 687.5 43.9 235 14.3 403 25.6 917 57.7 1027 64. Nominal flow rates required at ARI conditions 44 F (7 C) leaving fluid temperature.8 293 18.6 244 15.5 697 44.8 1516 95.6 941 59. 54 F (12 C) entering water temperature.3 500 1092.0 180 409.1 587 37.2 141 8.6 266 16.8 211 13.3 350 775.9 620 39.2 C).6 57.8 20.9 240 545.7 1833 115. **For applications requiring cooler entering water temperature operation at less than 45 F (7.5 141 8.

986 0. Operation.4 10.95 COMPRESSOR POWER MULTIPLIER 1. Unit software is capable of controlling two units as a single plant.04 1.0 0. and Troubleshooting guide for further details. Demand limiting and temperature reset are two techniques for accomplishing efficient energy management.6 C) cooler ranges.000 1219. E-coated coils provide this protection since all coil surfaces are completely encapsulated from environmental contamination. E-coated aluminum-fin coils have an extremely flexible and durable epoxy coating uniformly applied to all coil surfaces. This option also provides better protection compared to standard or pre-coated aluminum-fin coils in industrial environments.96 0. wg Pa 0. this option combines the natural salt and environmental resistance of all-copper construction with the highest level of corrosion protection. All copper coils eliminate bimetallic construction to eliminate the potential for galvanic corrosion.00 1. cooler flow rates must be balanced according to the recommendations for each chiller to ensure proper flow. high cooler temperature rise applications. In this case. E-coated copper-fin coils have the same flexible and durable epoxy coating as E-coated aluminum-fin coils. Pre-coated coils have an inert barrier between the aluminum fin and copper tube.03 Multiple chillers Where multiple chillers are required. Consider adding additional isolation valves to isolate each chiller to allow for service on a machine. metal adhesion.99 0. This economical option provides substantial corrosion protection beyond the standard uncoated coil construction.968 COMPRESSOR POWER MULTIPLIER 1.98 0. This standard ComfortLink feature requires a communication link between the 2 chillers. Unlike brittle phenolic dip and bake coatings. In moderate seacoast environments. or where standby capability is desired. . Copper-fin coils provide increased corrosion resistance in moderate coastal environments where industrial air pollution is not present.0 0. and still allow for partial capacity from the other chiller. This barrier electrically disconnects the dissimilar metals to minimize the potential for galvanic corrosion. and compressor power input. Units may be of the same size or different sizes. Use the standard cooler pass arrangement for low flow. Service. one for each module.000 0. for this function to operate properly. Two fieldsupplied and installed dual chiller leaving water temperature sensors are required. Refer to the Controls.97 0. Application in industrial environments is not recommended due to potential attack from sulfur. For nominal 10 F (5. use the Minus 1 Pass Cooler arrangement to reduce the fluid-side pressure drop. E-coat provides superior protection with unmatched flexibility. corrosion resistance.000 3048 CAPACITY MULTIPLIER 0.8 8. thermal performance and most importantly. See Demand Limiting (also called load shedding) section below for further details.05 require that the two chillers be connected in series. especially during off-peak modes of operation. However. Correction factors to be applied for external static restrictions up to 0. Pre-coated aluminum-fin coils have a durable epoxyphenolic coating applied to the fin prior to the fin stamping process to provide protection in mildly corrosive coastal environments. Certain applications might 48 Electrical/utility interests Energy management — Use of energy management practices can significantly reduce operating costs.000 2438. There are several advantages to this type of control: • Redundancy (multiple circuits) • Better low load control (lower tonnage capability) • Lower rigging lift weights (2 machines rather than 1 large machine) • Chiller Lead-Lag Operation (evens the wear between the two machines) Parallel dual chiller operation — Parallel Chiller Operation is the recommended option for Dual Chiller Control.2 50 CAPACITY MULTIPLIER 1.2 6. Dual chiller control The ComfortLink™ controller allows 2 chillers (piped in parallel or series) to operate as a single chilled water plant with standard control functions coordinated through the master chiller controller. Start-Up.1 25 0. Two fieldsupplied and installed dual chiller leaving water temperature sensors are required. Condenser airflow — Airflow restrictions on units with standard fans will affect the unit capacity. Series dual chiller operation — Series Chiller Operation is an alternate control method supported by the ComfortLink control system. edge coverage. condenser head pressure.03 1.Application data (cont) Altitude correction factors Correction factors must be applied to standard ratings at altitudes above 2000 ft (609. Condenser coil protection (Enviro-Shield™) Refer to the Environmental Corrosion Protection white paper for more information.000 609. copper-fin coils have extended life compared to standard or pre-coated aluminum-fin coils. Specify E-coated copper-fin coils in the harshest combination of coastal and industrial environments. However. one for each module.01 1. Consider adding additional piping and isolation valves to isolate each chiller to allow for service on a machine. Balancing valves are recommended to ensure proper flow in each chiller. for this function to operate properly. chillers may be installed in parallel.2 in. carbon and several other industrial airborne contaminants. and still allow for partial capacity from the other chiller. sulfur oxide.6 m) using the following multipliers: ALTITUDE CORRECTION FACTORS ALTITUDE (ft) (m) 2.000 1828. wg (50 Pa) are as follows: EXTERNAL STATIC in.6 4. Specify E-coated aluminum-fin coils for industrial environments with high levels of air pollution. each chiller must control its own dedicated pump or isolation valve. nitrogen oxides.02 1.01 1.

or by unloading the chiller to a given predetermined percentage of the load. Duty cycling cycles electrical loads at regular intervals regardless of need. Remote on-off control Remote on-off control may be applied by hard-wired connection (see Controls and Troubleshooting literature) or by connection to a Carrier Comfort Network (CCN). this happens on hot days when air conditioning is most needed. Demand limit may also be driven by an external 4 to 20 mA signal. loads are shed to keep electricity demand below a prescribed maximum level. These features require a signal from an intelligent central control. Demand may be limited on the unit by resetting water temperature.Demand limiting (load shedding) When a utility’s demand for electricity exceeds a certain level. This reduces the electrical operating costs of building by “fooling” demand indicating devices. The Energy Management Module (EMM) can be added to accomplish this reduction. PARALLEL DUAL CHILLER OPERATION CONTROL BOX MASTER CHILLER PUMP & CHECK VALVE OR ISOLATION VALVE CONTROL BOX SLAVE CHILLER PUMP & CHECK VALVE LWT OR ISOLATION VALVE — LEGEND Leaving Water Temperature Field-Installed Communication Bus Field-Installed Wiring DUAL CHILLER LWT SENSORS & WELLS SERIES DUAL CHILLER OPERATION CONTROL BOX SLAVE CHILLER PUMP CONTROL BOX MASTER CHILLER LWT — LEGEND Leaving Water Temperature Field-Installed Communication Bus Field-Installed Wiring DUAL CHILLER LWT SENSORS & WELLS 49 . Do not cycle demand limiter for less than 10 minutes on and 5 minutes off. Duty cycling of compressors or fans is not recommended since motor winding and bearing life will suffer from constant cycling. Typically.

Unit controls shall include the following minimum components: a.). UL 1995. Cabinet shall be capable of withstanding 500-hour salt spray test in accordance with the ASTM (U.S. Microprocessor with non-volatile memory. Nominal Carrier Model Number: 30XA Part 1 — General 1. f. B. refrigerant charge (R-134a). Comprised of semi-hermetic twin screw type compressors. 2. Part 2 — Products 2. single-piece chassis. Replaceable solid-state controllers. codes). Cooler shall be tested and stamped in accordance with ASME Code for a refrigerant working side pressure of 220 psig. D. controls. 3. ON/OFF control switch. B. b. G. H. and special features required prior to field start-up. 2. shrouded-axial type.S. Cooler: 1. Unit shall be manufactured in a facility registered to ISO 9001:2000 Manufacturing Quality Standard. moisture indicating sight glass.A.5 C) storage temperatures in the control compartment. 3. Thermistors installed to measure cooler entering and leaving fluid temperatures and outside air temperature. Shall be a mechanically cleanable tubes in a shell-and-tube type cooler with removable heads. d.A.28.02 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. discharge service valves and liquid line service valves. B. C. Tubes shall be cleaned. STORAGE AND HANDLING A. protected by motor temperature sensors. economizer.01 EQUIPMENT A. painted galvanized steel. Capacity control shall utilize an infinitely modulating slide valve to modulate capacity from 100% to 15% full load. 50 E. Condenser: 1. F.03 DELIVERY. suction gas cooled motor. Assembled condenser coils shall be leak tested and pressure tested at 375 psig (2585 kPa). 3. e. Refrigeration Components: Refrigerant circuit components shall include replaceable-core filter drier.S. Cabinet shall be galvanized steel casing with a baked enamel powder or pre-painted finish. Fans: 1. Tubes shall be internally enhanced seamlesscopper type rolled into tube sheets. Compressor/Compressor Assembly: 1. Coil shall be air-cooled with integral subcooler. Unit construction shall comply with ASHRAE 15 Safety Code. Cooler shall have a maximum water-side pressure of 300 psig. 4. Unit shall be stored and handled per unit manufacturer’s recommendations. 6.Guide specifications Air-Cooled Liquid Chiller HVAC Guide Specifications Size Range: 80 to 500 Tons. relays. Cooler shall have a cooler drain and vent. Condenser fans shall be direct-driven. Unit controls shall be capable of withstanding 150 F (65. Shell shall be insulated with 3/4-in. and shall be constructed of aluminum fins mechanically bonded to seamless copper tubes. Safeties. Unit Cabinet: 1.A. oil. reinforced polymer construction. Air shall be discharged vertically upward. 2. piping. 8. and sealed. Compressor motor shall be direct drive. Contained within the unit cabinet shall be all factory wiring. and Diagnostics: 1. and discharge pressure. Design shall incorporate a minimum of 2 or 3 independent refrigerant circuits. Separate terminal block for power and controls. 9-blade airfoil cross-section. 3. C. 5. D. and shall be statically and dynamically balanced with inherent corrosion resistance. dehydrated.01 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION Microprocessor controlled. Unit shall be full load run tested at the factory. and ASME applicable codes (U. Shall be equipped with Victaulic-type water connections. Frame shall be of heavy-gage. 2. and pumpout cycle to protect cooler from ambient temperature freeze down to 0° F (–15 C). air-cooled liquid chiller. Low-ambient temperature protection: unit shall have factory-installed cooler heater. Controls. Battery backup system shall not be accepted. air-cooled liquid chiller utilizing screw compressors and low sound fans. 1. 2. Fans shall be protected by coated steel wire safety guards. 3500 rpm. and complete operating charge of both refrigerant R-134a and compressor oil. PVC foam (closed-cell) with a maximum K factor of 0. and control components. 7. Unit shall be rated in accordance with ARI Standard 550/590 (U. electronic expansion valve.) B-117 standard. Pressure sensors installed to measure suction. 3. c. 1. General: Factory assembled. Separate 115-v power supply to serve all controllers. .

Unit shall be equipped with thermistors and all necessary components in conjunction with the control system to provide the unit with the following protections: 1) Loss of refrigerant charge. J. Limiting the chilled fluid temperature pulldown rate at start-up to an adjustable range of 0. The control system shall allow software upgrade without the need for new hardware modules. The control panel shall include. fan. Diagnostics shall include the ability to review a list of the 30 most recent alarms with clear language descriptions of the alarm event. g. Primary electrical power supply shall be rated to operate up to 125 F (52 C) ambient temperature. K. 5) High pressure. Timed maintenance scheduling to signal maintenance activities for strainer maintenance and user-defined maintenance activities.1° C) per minute to prevent excessive demand spikes at start-up. Single step demand limit control activated by remote contact closure. 12) Compressor current. 7) Evaporator and condenser pressure. 6) Entering and leaving-fluid temperature. 3-phase type with permanently lubricated bearings and Class F insulation. f. 2. 3) Low chilled fluid temperature. 10) Compressor run hours. 2) Loss of charge. d. must also be capable of displaying the output b) c) d) e) (results) of a service test. 4) Motor overtemperature. Unit controls shall include the following functions: a. An alarm history buffer shall allow the user to store no less than 30 alarm events with clear language descriptions. Service test shall verify operation of every switch.2. 3. Low ambient protection to energize cooler heaters. 6) Electrical overload. 51 . a display: 1) Portable hand-held display module with a minimum of 4 lines and 20 characters per line. Display of alarm codes without the ability for clear language descriptions shall be prohibited. Chilled water pump start/stop control. in clear English. The chiller controller shall include multiple connection ports for communicating with the local equipment network.1 to 1. Portuguese or French language.1° F (0. operating modes.2° F to 2° F (0. j. Seven-day time schedule. and compressor before chiller is started. Leaving chilled fluid temperature reset from return fluid and outside air temperature. as standard. 2) Reverse rotation. 5) Thermistor and transducer malfunction. e. h. b. thermistor. Unit shall be capable of starting up with 95 F (35 C) entering fluid temperature to the cooler. Spanish. i. configuration points and alarm diagnostics. the Carrier Comfort Network (CCN) and the ability to access all chiller control functions from any point on the chiller. Operating Characteristics: 1. 7) Loss of phase. Information included for display shall be: 1) Compressor lockout. I. Reference to factory codes shall not be accepted. 8) System refrigerant temperatures. 4) Cooler freeze protection. Unit primary electrical power supply shall enter the unit at a single location (some chiller voltage/size combinations require 2 power supplies). Capacity control based on leaving chilled fluid temperature and compensated by rate of change of return-fluid temperature with temperature set point accuracy to 0. 4. b. Diagnostics: a. Motors: Condenser-fan motors shall be totally enclosed single speed. c. Unit shall be capable of starting and running at outdoor ambient temperatures from 32 F (0° C) to 125 F (52 C) for all sizes. Chiller control for parallel chiller applications without addition of hardware modules and control panels (requires thermistors). 3) Low fluid flow. 13) Time of day: a) Display module. 11) Compressor number of starts. 2. time and date stamp event entry. b. Automatic circuit lead/lag. Safeties: a. Electrical Requirements: 1. 2) Display menus shall provide clear language descriptions of all menu items.05° C). 9) Chiller run hours. in conjunction with the microprocessor. Condenser fan motors shall have internal overcurrent protection.

Guide specifications (cont) 3. Chilled Water Circuit: 1.. 2. L. Control points shall be accessed through terminal block. 10. and field-installed or factory-installed solid-state low ambient temperature head pressure control with condenser coil temperature sensor.e. DataLINK™ Control: Unit shall be supplied with field installed interface device that allows a non-Carrier controller to read and write values in system elements connected to the CCN Communication Bus using ASCII over its RS-232 connection. 11. 5. Chilled water circuit shall be rated for 300 psig (2068 kPa) (30XA080-350) or 150 psig (1034 kPa) (30XA400-500). 12./lb (ASTM D2794-93).4 to 3.2 mil on all surface areas including fin edges. For assistance in amending the specifications. 65-90% per ASTM D523-89.e. Impact resistance shall be up to 160 in. Humidity and water immersion resistance shall be up to minimum 1000 and 250 hours respectively (ASTM D2247-92 and ASTM D870-92). 3. Optional Condenser Coil Materials: a. 6. 16-line display panel for field installation. E-Coated aluminum-fin coils: Shall have a flexible epoxy polymer coating uniformly applied to all coil surface areas without material bridging between fins. 2-step demand limit control (from 0% to 100%) activated by a remote contact closure. and discrete input for “Ice Done” indication for ice storage system interface. wind baffles. Epoxy-phenolic barrier shall minimize galvanic action between dissimilar metals. LonWorks FT-10A ANSI/ EIA-709.. non-fused electrical disconnect for main power supply. MS/TP EIA-485). Coating process shall ensure complete coil encapsulation. cooling set point reset or demand limit control. Coil construction shall be aluminum fins mechanically bonded to copper tubes.1). DataPort™ Control: Unit shall be supplied with field-installed interface device that allows a non-Carrier controller to read values in system elements connected to the CCN Communication Bus using ASCII over its RS-232 connection. M. System shall control chilled water pumps. Electronic thermal dispersion proof of flow switch shall be factory installed and wired. i. Uniform dry film thickness from 0. 4. Condenser Coil Trim Panels: Unit shall be supplied with field-installed coil covers and PVC-coated grilles to protect the condenser coil and internal chiller components from physical damage. Pre-coated aluminum fin coils: Shall have a durable epoxy-phenolic coating to provide protection in mildly corrosive coastal environments. contact a Carrier representative. LON Translator Control: Unit shall be supplied with field-installed interface between the chiller and a Local Operating Network (LON. Energy Management Control Module: A factory or field-installed module shall provide the following energy management capabilities: 4 to 20 mA signals for leaving fluid temperature reset. 4. Chillervisor System Manager III Multi-Unit Control: Field-installed control shall sequence between 2 and 8 chillers in parallel in a single system. 9. Color shall be black gloss — 60°. Unit shall operate on 3-phase power at the voltage shown in the equipment schedule. 7. . i. BACnet™ Translator Control: Unit shall be supplied with field-installed interface between the chiller and a BACnet Local Area Network (LAN. b. Unit shall be shipped with factory control and power wiring installed. Coating shall be applied to the aluminum fin stock prior to the fin stamping process to create an inert barrier between the aluminum fin and copper tube. Unit-Mounted Non-Fused Disconnect: Unit shall be supplied with factory-installed. 8. 2. Corrosion durability 52 shall be confirmed through testing to no less than 3000 hours salt spray per ASTM B117-90. 5. * 1. Remote Enhanced Display: Unit shall be supplied with indoor-mounted. Special Features: Certain standard features are not applicable when the features designated by * are specified.9 C). Superior hardness characteristics of 2H per ASTM D3363-92A and cross hatch adhesion of 4B-5B per ASTM D3359-93. Low Ambient Temperature Head Pressure Control: Unit shall be capable of starting and running at outdoor ambient temperatures down to –20 F (–29 C) with the addition of antifreeze in the cooler circuit.8 to 1. remote. 40-character per line. Medium Temperature Brine: Unit shall be factory modified to start and operate at leaving chilled fluid temperatures between 15 F and 39 F (–9.

Minus-One-Pass Cooler: Unit shall be equipped with minus-one-pass cooler heads with reduced water-side pressure drop for series flow dual chiller control or high chilled water flow applications. High Ambient Temperature: Unit shall be equipped with high speed condenser fan motors to improve performance at high ambient temperatures.13. wye-delta start to minimize electrical inrush current. Plus-One-Pass Cooler: Unit shall be equipped with plus-one-pass cooler heads to be used with low temperature brine options or high delta T application. Service Option: The service option provides a remote service port for Navigator™ connection and a factoryinstalled convenience outlet that includes 4-amp GFI (Ground Fault Interrupt) receptacle with independent fuse protection. 20. 15. Convenience outlet is 115-v female receptacle. GFI Convenience Outlet: Shall be factory or field-installed and mounted with easily accessible 115-v female receptacle. 21. 18. 16. Control Transformer: Unit shall be supplied with a field (or factory) installed transformer that will allow supply control circuit power from the main unit power supply. 17. Shall include 4 amp GFI receptacle. 22. Temperature Reset: Shall include leaving chilled fluid temperature reset from space temperature (requires additional sensor) or 4 to 20 mA input (requires Energy Management Control Module). Compressor Suction Service Valve: Standard refrigerant discharge isolation and liquid valves enable service personnel to store the refrigerant charge in the cooler or condenser during servicing. This factory-installed option allows for further isolation of the compressor from the cooler vessel. Service option not available with 380 v. Remote Service Port: Shall be factory or field-installed receptacle for Navigator device connection. Wye-Delta Starter: Unit shall have a factory-installed. 19. 14. 53 .

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Book 2 New Book 3 Pg 56 Catalog No.Carrier Corporation • Syracuse. Form 30XA-2PD Replaces: 30XA-1PD Tab 3RC2 Tab 5c .A.S. New York 13221 5-05 Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue. specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations. or change at any time. 04-52300001-01 Printed in U.