30AJ

UNIDADES ENFRIADORAS DE LÍQUIDOS DE CONDENSACIÓN POR AIRE

Datos Técnicos Technical Data

AIR CONDENSED LIQUID CHILLERS

Capacidad Nominal: 4 a 10 TR - 60 Hz Nominal Capacity: 4 to 10 TR - 60 Hz

Instructions in ENGLISH are in page 17.

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1 - NOMENCLATURA ............................................................................................................................................... 18 2 - PANEL SOFT-TOUCH .......................................................................................................................................... 18 3 - CARACTERÍSTICAS TÉCNICAS GENERALES y DATOS FISICOS – 60Hz ........................................................ 19 4 - DIMENSIONES DE LA UNIDAD ........................................................................................................................... 20 4.1 - 30AJ 004 e 005 ........................................................................................................................................... 20 4.2 - 30AJ 010 ..................................................................................................................................................... 20 5 - DATOS ELÉCTRICOS ......................................................................................................................................... 21 6 - DATOS DE PERFORMANCE ............................................................................................................................... 22 7 - CAÍDA DE PRESIÓN EN EL ENFRIADOR DE PLACAS ...................................................................................... 23 7.1 - 30AJ 004 E 005 ........................................................................................................................................... 23 7.2 - 30AJ 010 ..................................................................................................................................................... 23 8 - CIRCUITO ELÉCTRICO ....................................................................................................................................... 24 8.1 - 30AJ 220V ................................................................................................................................................... 24 8.2 - 30AJ - 380V ................................................................................................................................................. 26 9 - SECUENCIA DE PRUEBA ................................................................................................................................... 28 10 - CONSIDERACIONES PARA EL CUIDADO DE LOS INTERCAMBIADORES ..................................................... 29

2.27 TR 010 = 9.76 TR 005 = 4. NOMENCLATURA 30 Unidad Enfriadora de Agua Condensación por Aire AJ A 004 38 6 S Opción S = Estándar Frecuencia: 6 = 60 Hz Revisión del proyecto Capacidad Nominal: 004 = 3. de acero inoxidable soldadas. PANEL SOFT-TOUCH 1 – Indicador de equipo encendido 2 – Indicador de compresor en marcha 3 – Indicador de temporizador antireciclo activado 4 – Indicador de protector de congelamiento activado 5 – Indicador de apertura de presostato 6 – Pulsador de encendido 7 – Pulsador de apagado 8 – Indicador de alimentación eléctrica habilitada 18 .50 TR Tensión: 22 = 220V 38 = 380V Evaporador del tipo placas.1.

28 2. Ent/Salida 1/1 2 Área de Face (m ) 0. Las unidades estan provistas con compresores tipo scroll..76 4. Las unidades enfriadoras son para uso exclusivo de comfort.2 Núm.320 Presostato Baja (psig) Dispositivos de Seguridad Abre .Set Point (OC) 6 Alta (psig) Abre .7 4. Etapas de Capacidad Características 1 1 1 Refrigerante .7 5.52 Tipo de Circuito Gold Fin con Tubos de Cobre Corrugados Internamente Núm. de Filas 2 Aletado Aletas/Pulgadas 15 Diámetro do Tubo (mm) 9..25 Tipo Intercambiador de calor de placas de acero soldadas Modelo B25x22 B25x22 V45x20 Cantidad 1 Núm. se deberá colocar un interruptor termomagnético. Suniso 3GS Carga de Aceite (l) 1. Estos compresores son sensibles al sentido de giro. Desconecte eléctricamente la unidad y cambie la secuencia de fases de alimentación.Carga (kg) 3.27/ Cierra .24 1.95 3.. Estas unidades solo se podrán conectar con sus correspondientes unidades fan-coil marca Carrier.27 9. de Palas..74 Perdida de Carga (mca) 3. Circuitos Frigoríficos 1 1 1 Núm.0 6. Circuitos 6 6 10 Tipo Axial Ventilador Núm.8 Diámetro (Pol) 1” 1” 1 1/2” Conexiones Tipo BSP Núm. Toda la instalación eléctrica deberá cumplir con las normas eléctricas locales. El funcionamiento con el sentido de giro inverso invalida la garantía. Un excesivo ruido o presiones igualizadas indican una rotación inversa.Tipo R-22 Refrigerante .6 3.86 0.86 2.9 Peso en Operación (kg) 115 130 250 Tipo Scroll Modelo ZR47 ZR57 SM120 Cantidad Compresor 1 Rotación (rpm) 3600 Aceite Recomendado Petrobrás CP32RH.67 Fusible de Comando (A) 4 NOTA: Para la alimentación eléctrica de la unidad. Circuitos 1 Caudal de Água (m3/h) Evaporador 2.50 Alimentación Principal 220-380V / 3ph / 60Hz Alimentación de Comando 24V / 1ph / 60Hz Núm.426/ Cierra .660 Caudal (m3/h) 6600 6600 11200 Tipo Motor Monofásico Tipo PSC Alimentación 220V/ 1F/ 60Hz Motor Rotación (rpm) 850 850 880 Poténcia (cv) 1/6 1/6 1/2 Carcaza ABNT NEMA 48 Dispositivos de Operación Termostato de Operación .Diámetro (mm) Condensador 3. Su uso para aplicaciones industriales y/o procesos invalida la garantía.58 5.3. CARACTERÍSTICAS TÉCNICAS GENERALES y DATOS FISICOS – 60Hz Unidades Enfriadoras de Líquidos de Condensación por Aire 30AJ Tamaños 004 005 010 Capacidad (TR) 3. 19 .

Consulte el proyecto estructural del edificio o normas aplicables para la verificación de la carga admisible. DIMENSIONES DE LA UNIDAD 4. Consulte el proyecto estructural del edificio o normas aplicables para la verificación de la carga admisible. 4.en Datos Físicos). 20 . Instale refuerzos si es necesario. Antes de colocar el equipo en el local verifique los siguientes aspectos (todos los modelos): a) El piso debe soportar el peso de la unidad en operación (Ver item 2. El frente del equipo debe permanecer libre para permitir el flujo de aire y el acceso al interior de la unidad. El frente del equipo debe permanecer libre para permitir el flujo de aire y el acceso al interior de la unidad.en Datos Físicos). DE EXP.1 .4.30AJ 004 e 005 SENTIDO DE AIRE SENTIDO DE GIRO ENTRADA DE AGUA SENTIDO DE AIRE SALIDA DE AGUA ACCSESO A VALV.30AJ 010 SENTIDO DE AIRE ENTRADA DE AGUA SALIDA DE AGUA Antes de colocar el equipo en el local verifique los siguientes aspectos (todos los modelos): a) El piso debe soportar el peso de la unidad en operación (Ver item 2. Instale refuerzos si es necesario. b) Prever el suficiente espacio para servicios de mantenimiento. b) Prever el suficiente espacio para servicios de mantenimiento.2 .

3 1/6 0.3 1/6 0.123 1.Los valores indicados en la columna KVAr son dimensionados para los compresores cuando es necesaria corrección del Factor de Potencia para 0.5 25 16 25 25 50 40 UNIDAD 30AJ ALIMENTACIÓN / FRECUENCIA 5.3 1/6 0.3 1/6 0.6 8.0 418 8. 3 .2 46.42 1 242 17.75 1.8 160.92) Potencia Reativa recomendada para el dimensionamiento de el banco de capacitores (0. 4 .123 1.2 59.5 9. Temperatura de succión: 45°F (7. Corriente Rotor Bloqueado (Locked Rotor Amps).2 2.0 4. Capacidad máxima recomendada para el fusible de protección contra cortocircuito. 1 -Los valores RLA. 21 .6 5 0. 2 .92.5 11. Leyenda RLA LRA MOPA KW FP KVAr Corriente Nominal (Rated Load Amps).8 0.2 0.1 11.5 COMPRESOR DATOS TECNICOS COMPLEMENTARIOS CIRCUITO A MOPA [A] 4.0 10.5 18.75 0.3 22.5 418 7.1 5.76 2.3 4.4°C) . FP.86 5 35.2 124. DATOS ELÉCTRICOS NOMINAL MÍNIMA MÁXIMA FP KVAr Cantidad RLA [A] P [CV] KW TOTAL RLA TOTAL [A] KW TOTAL [W] 04 220/60 380/60 05 220/60 380/60 10 220/60 380/60 OBSERVACIONES IMPORTANTES: Datos obtenidos del catálogo técnico de compresores del proveedor.123 0.92).Los valores de MOPA mostrados en la tabla fueron calculados a partir de los valores máximos de operación de la unidad. Potencia Nominal Consumida. Factor de Potencia (sin corrección para 0.TENSIÓN [ V ] / [Hz] VENTILADOR DATOS TECNICOS DATOS TECNICOS RLA [A] LRA [A] KW ZR47 198 1 1 1 1 1 1 2.76 2.2°C) / Temperatura de condensación: 130°F (54.8 0.Todos los compresores son del tipo Scroll .0 10.0 5 0.2 1 1 1.1 237.3 5.5 15.0 4.2 0.3 91. RLA TOTAL y KW TOTAL mostrados en la tabla se refieren a datos nominales de operación de la unidad en régimen.Condición ARI.87 1 242 14.123 342 ZR57 198 342 SM120 198 342 418 19.83 5 242 33. KW.

674 15.99 5.652 14.58 16.620 1.569 4.86 5.070 0.958 3.454 0.696 15.111 3.092 8.285 1.205 3.282 1.014 3.290 3.481 8.763 0.837 16.867 38.35 5.774 0.424 9.095 0.576 0.855 0.22 4.163 1.78 35.621 12.47 5.75 34.707 4.830 3.658 13.927 4.264 8.66 13.764 34.001 1.647 12.748 3.87 4.257 1. Potencia Potencia Caudal Compresor Evaporador Compresor Evaporador kW l/s kW kW kW l/s 4.04 38.954 4.366 9. Potencia Potencia Caudal Compresor Evaporador Compresor Evaporador kW kW kW l/s kW kW kW l/s 13.521 0.502 9.76 4.624 4.91 35 Potencia Caudal CAP.361 3.540 4.523 0.748 14.37 9.310 0.213 0.22 6.85 4.740 5.595 11.364 0.06 15.688 13.00 15.117 3.055 3.62 11.646 13.01 10.633 5.273 0.74 11.792 5.801 11.25 11.771 15.626 12.53 3.258 3.313 9.109 0.656 4.20 4.83 5. Potencia Compresor Evaporador kW l/s kW kW 3.111 4.473 0.57 31.876 0.843 5.594 5.51 5.13 5.52 30.99 4.675 1.41 11.252 0.994 0.668 13.958 3.716 11.386 8. Potencia Potencia Caudal CAP.80 11.840 37.434 0.28 10.843 0.980 3.92 11.13 40.728 4.570 1.61 31.459 11.36 4.607 0.41 5.34 4.95 15.525 10.376 0.707 0.665 13.538 4.521 0.163 3.216 0.190 3.96 4.10 4.047 0.10 11.71 5.138 0.586 11.702 1.948 0.488 0.76 14.01 4.10 3.756 4.163 0.947 0.86 15.622 11.887 3.48 4.765 9.901 0.66 15.677 13.40 5.650 1.61 4.44 28.174 0.50 17.357 9.988 4.00 35.073 4.93 11.425 0.156 0.44 4.783 1.613 4.701 13.554 4.24 5.446 0.48 4.606 10.73 34.065 0.667 13.866 9.403 9.587 10.489 0.917 3.913 1.692 4.007 1. DATOS DE PERFORMANCE LWT Tamaño Unidad 30AJ 004 5C 005 010 004 6C 005 010 004 7C 005 010 004 8C 005 010 004 9C 005 010 004 10 C 005 010 CAP.309 8.534 11.68 4.62 10.114 0.684 5.062 3.38 9.188 0.71 10.765 17.717 10.972 9.492 1.115 1.710 14.025 3.224 40 45 Potencia Caudal CAP.427 0.04 5.34 4.23 4.565 11.82 11.450 9.805 4.709 14.37 4.689 4.40 4.628 10.807 16.81 14.806 0.075 1.57 Cap.700 13.800 1.66 32.999 0.606 11.911 4.48 29.66 5.642 12.721 0.645 0.758 15.60 5.733 14.039 0.007 3.379 1.595 4.075 1.656 4.124 0.57 39.756 1.89 4.558 1.923 3.20 4.87 3.724 14.52 30.863 3.734 14.70 33.16 5.93 14.342 1.489 0.66 4.98 18.680 13.947 3.958 5.52 4.269 3.261 0.798 15.676 0.64 5.54 4.87 5.52 36.396 0.01 17.50 4.734 14.217 0.36 9654 9.64 32.983 1.814 36.607 4.88 4.856 3.273 8.12 10.224 3.534 4.782 15.45 9.175 8.106 0.90 10.908 11.889 1.68 5.737 0.688 13.386 1.694 10.473 1.563 0.462 8.789 35.637 12.70 10.895 5.625 0.92 14.364 1.553 9.457 1.471 9. Potencia kW 13.11 kW 3.327 3.758 14.890 0.56 31.448 1.77 10.61 32.40 3.59 31.573 4.739 33.175 1.60 10.593 4.649 4.325 0.12 16.50 34.16 5.742 16.808 0.27 4.93 5.837 0.66 32.624 12.41 9.69 33.029 4.711 14.717 16.71 13.161 3.671 10.590 8.83 36.649 10. LCWT Capacidad de enfriamiento Temperatura de salida del agua .375 30 25 CAP.97 3.581 4.38 9.

30AJ 010 Caida de presion en KPa Caudal de agua en Kg/seg 23 .1 .2 .30AJ 004 E 005 Caida de presion en KPa Caudal de agua en Kg/seg 7.7. CAÍDA DE PRESIÓN EN EL ENFRIADOR DE PLACAS 7.

CELESTE BRC .VIOLETA VRD .1 .AMARILLO AZL .BLANCO CNZ .NARANJA MRM .ROJO .ROSA VIO .MARRON PRT .24 8.GRIS LRJ .30AJ 220V 8.NEGRO ROS . CIRCUITO ELÉCTRICO DIAGRAMA ELÉCTRICO CODIFICACIONES DE COLORES AMR .VERDE VRM .

VIOLETA VRD .MARRON PRT .AMARILLO AZL .DIAGRAMA ELÉCTRICO CODIFICACIONES DE COLORES AMR .8A 25 .NARANJA MRM .NEGRO ROS .GRIS LRJ .ROSA VIO .VERDE VRM .CELESTE BRC .ROJO 3.BLANCO CNZ .

26 8.ROSA VIO .VIOLETA VRD .ROJO .NARANJA MRM .30AJ-120 380V DIAGRAMA ELÉCTRICO CODIFICACIONES DE COLORES AMR .CELESTE BRC .MARRON PRT .NEGRO ROS .GRIS LRJ .BLANCO CNZ .VERDE VRM .2 .AMARILLO AZL .

27 .AMARILLO AZL . EL NEUTRAL DEBE ESTAR ENCENDIDO EN L2.ROJO IMPORTANTE: OBSERVAR ESO.BLANCO CNZ .ROSA VIO .VERDE VRM .NARANJA MRM .MARRON PRT .DIAGRAMA ELÉCTRICO CODIFICACIONES DE COLORES AMR .VIOLETA VRD .CELESTE BRC .NEGRO ROS .GRIS LRJ .

Paso 6: L1 apagado. L5 encenderá si la temperatura medida por el sensor interior (conectado a IN 5) está comprendida entre –5 y 15 °C. L5 encenderá si la temperatura seleccionada se encuentra comprendida entre –5 y 15 °C. Paso 8: L1 titila. se presionan simultáneamente P1 y P2. El contacto IN1-OUT1 permanecerá cerrado mientras L5 se encuentre encendido (Contacto para manejo del contactor del compresor). Los pasos de la secuencia son: Paso 1: L1. L3 y L4 señalaran el número de paso dentro de la secuencia. L5 encenderá si hay 24 Vca en el terminal IN 4 (Entrada para la selección de temperatura de congelamiento). L3 y L4 apagados. Durante esta secuencia. También se pasa al estado de funcionamiento normal si durante 3 minutos no se presiona ningún pulsador. L3 y L4 titilan. L3 titila. L2 apagado. L4 apagado. L5 encenderá si hay 24 Vca en el terminal IC4 (Entrada par el contacto de encendido/apagado remoto). y se pasa al estado de funcionamiento normal. L4 apagado. 28 . L2 y L3 apagados. L3 y L4 titilan. L3 apagado . L4 titila. se avanzará al siguiente paso de número de paso dentro de la secuencia de prueba. L2 titila. L4 titila. L2 y L3 apagados. L3 y L4 apagados. mientras que L5 dará información relacionada con cada paso. se pasa al estado de prueba que consta de una secuencia de 10 pasos. Paso 7: L1 apagado. Presionando en cualquier momento P2. SECUENCIA DE PRUEBA Si durante los 5 segundos iniciales en que permanecen encendidos todos los indicadores. L5 siempre encenderá. L2. L2. L3 titila. Cada vez que se presione el pulsador P1. L4 apagado. L5 encenderá si la temperatura medida por el sensor exterior (conectado a IN 6) está comprendida entre –5 y 15 °C. L2. L5 encenderá si hay 24 Vca en el terminal IC3 (Entrada para el contacto de control remoto). las luces indicadoras L1. L2 titila. Paso 5: L1 apagado. L5 encenderá luego de 1 segundo y permanecerá en ese estado. L4 titila. Paso 2: L1 y L2 apagados. presionando P1 se comienza nuevamente con el paso 1. El contacto IN2-OUT2 permanecerá cerrado mientras L5 se encuentre encendido (Contacto para manejo de la válvula solenoide). se sale de la secuencia de prueba.9. la llegar al paso 10. Paso 10: L1 titila. Paso 3: L1 y L2 apagados. L5 encenderá si hay 24Vca en el terminal IN 1 (Entrada para los presostatos). L5 encenderá luego de 1 segundo y permanecerá encendido durante 5 segundos. L2 y L3 titilan. Paso 4: L1 apagado. Paso 9: L1 titila.

• Realización del enclavamiento del sistema de bombeo y seguridades que provoque la detención de la máquina en el caso de algún inconveniente en el sistema de circulación de agua. Colocación de filtro “Y” Mesh 20 para la protección contra obstrucciones. Sulfitos libres de cloro. CONSIDERACIONES PARA EL CUIDADO DE LOS INTERCAMBIADORES Se recuerdan algunas medidas de prevención que deben ser consideradas para evitar daños en los intercambiadores que puedan dejar sin efecto la garantía: • Protección contra falta de flujo de agua (Flow Switch). En zonas donde la temperatura desciende por debajo de 0°C. • Utilización de la proporción adecuada de glicol cuando operen a una temperatura de salida de agua menor a 4. Tercera Parte). utilizar glicol o evacuar el sistema. • El circuito de agua deberá contar con un tanque de expansión o algún dispositivo para evitar los golpes de ariete en la tubería. • Instalación de tanque acumulador en caso de no satisfacer los requerimientos mínimos de volúmenes de agua.10. Evacuación del circuito de agua en épocas invernales o de baja temperatura. (Consultar Manual Carrier de Aire Acondicionado./ton. No eliminar ningún elemento de protección de la unidad. • • • • • • Circulación de agua previo al arranque del compresor. Soluciones con PH < 7. • Deberán evitarse las soluciones: Cloruros > 300mg/l. Verificación periódica del buen funcionamiento del sistema de seguridades. en aplicaciones de aire acondicionado y 24lts. 29 . • Volumen mínimo de agua en el sistema de 12lts./ton. en aplicaciones de proceso.5°C. Utilización de control de condensación en máquinas que trabajen en temporadas intermedias.

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................................... 33 4 ...............................................................ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT .................30AJ 010 ..............................2 ........................ 37 7.......2 .............UNIT DIMENSIONS .......................................................................PERFORMANCE DATA .........CONSIDERATIONS ON THE EXCHANGERS CARE ......................................................................................................................................ELECTRICAL DATA ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 35 6 .............................380V ............................ 37 7.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1 ...30AJ .................... 43 ...........................................2 ................................... 34 4.................................. 36 7 .....................................1 .............................................................GENERAL TECHNIQUES CHARACTERISTICS and PHYSICAL DATA – 60Hz ..........................................................................TEST SEQUENCE ................30AJ 004 e 005 ...................................................PRESSURE DROP IN THE PLATE EXCHANGER ....................................................... 32 2 .......................................................................................NOMENCLATURE ............ 37 8 ..................................... 38 8................................................................. 34 4...........................................................1 .............................30AJ 220V ..PANEL SOFT-TOUCH .................................. 42 10 .................... 38 8...................................... 34 5 .............................................30AJ 010 ............................................................ 40 9 ......................30AJ 004 E 005 .......................................................................Contents 1 .............................................................................................. 32 3 .........

27 TR 010 = 9.1.76 TR 005 = 4. 2.50 TR Voltage: 22 = 220V 38 = 380V Plate type evaporator made in welded stainless steel. NOMENCLATURE 30 Air Condensed Liquid Chiller AJ A 004 38 6 S Option S = Standard Frequency: 6 = 60 Hz Project Revision Nominal Capacity TR 004 = 3. PANEL SOFT-TOUCH 1 – Machine in operation 2 – Cut-off by thermostat 3 – Machine stopped by timer 4 – Cut-off alarm due to freezing temperature 5 – Cut-off alarm due to protection 6 – ON button 7 – OFF button 8 – Indication of energized machine (enabled) 32 .

67 4 004 3. The chillers are for comfort use only. Excessive noise or equalized pressures indicate a reverse rotation.6 3.50 220-380V / 3ph / 60Hz 24V / 1ph / 60Hz 1 1 1 1 1 1 R-22 3.52 Gold Fin with cooper pipes corrugated internally 6 6 10 Axial 3. The operation in reverse rotation makes the warranty void.27 / Close .Diameter (mm) Flow (m3/h) Type Power supply Motor Rotation (rpm) Power (CV) Shell Operation Termostat .86 2.426 / Close .74 3.95 3.660 6600 6600 11200 Single-Phase Engine Type PSC 220V/ 1F/ 60Hz 850 850 880 1/6 1/6 1/2 NEMA 48 6 Open .Load (kg) Operation weight (kg) Type Model Quantity Rotation (rpm) Recommended Oil Load Oil (l) Type Model Quantity Quantity of Circuit Water Flow (m3/h) Pressure Drop (mca) Diameter (Pol) Conexion Type Quantity in/out Front area (m²) Number of Rows Coil FPI Tube diameter (mm) Circuit Type Quantity of Circuit Type Fan Blades. These units can be connected only to their corresponding Carrier fan-coil units. All the electric installation shall comply with the local electric regulations. 33 . which are sensible to their rotation direction.9 115 130 250 Scroll ZR47 ZR57 SM120 1 3600 Petrobrás CP32RH.86 0.58 5.0 6.25 Blaze Plate Heat Exchange (Stain Steel) B25x22 B25x22 V45x20 1 1 2.. The units are supplied with scroll compressors.3.7 5.. Their use for industrial and/or process applications make the warranty void.. it is necessary to install a thermo-magnetic circuit breaker. and change the supply phase sequence.320 Open .28 2..Set Point (OC) High (psig) Pressostat Low (psig) Comand Fuse (A) 005 010 4.76 Characteristics Compressor Evaporator Condenser Devices of Operation Devices of Security NOTE: For the unit power supply.8 1” 1” 1 1/2” BSP 1/1 0. Suniso 3GS 1.7 4. Disconnect the unit from the power supply. GENERAL TECHNIQUES CHARACTERISTICS and PHYSICAL DATA – 60Hz Air Condensed Water Chiller 30AJ Sizes Capacity (TR) Power Suplly Comand Supply Quantity Cold Storage Room Quantity Capacity Stages Refrigerant Refrigerant .24 1.27 9.2 2 15 9.

reinforce the structure. Refer to the structural project of the building for the applicable regulations concerning the admissible load. Refer to the structural project of the building for the applicable regulations concerning the admissible load. If required.30AJ 010 AIR DIRECTION WATER INLET WATER OUTLET 2 THREADS Before placing the unit on the site check the following items (all models): a) The floor shall bear the weight of the unit in operation. b) Choose a location with space enough to allow repairs and general maintenance services. The front of the equipment shall be free to allow the air flow and the access to the unit inside. The front of the equipment shall be free to allow the air flow and the access to the unit inside.4. (See item “Physical Data”). b) Choose a location with space enough to allow repairs and general maintenance services. reinforce the structure.1 . UNIT DIMENSIONS 4.30AJ 004 e 005 AIR DIRECTION ROTATION DIRECTION WATER INLET THREAD AIR DIRECTION WATER OUTLET THREAD ACCESS TO THE EXPANSION VALVE Before placing the unit on the site check the following items (all models): a) The floor shall bear the weight of the unit in operation. 34 . If required. 4.2 . (See item “Physical Data”).

2 0.6 5 0.2 124. 4 . Locked Rotor Current (Locked Rotor Amps).3 1/6 0.1 11.2 46.3 1/6 0.Values show in the KVAr column be dimensioned to the compressors when is necessary to correct the POWER FACTOR to 0.75 2. RLA TOTAL and KW TOTAL refer to nominal operation data with the unit in operation.VOLTAGE [ V ] / [HZ] FAN TECHNICAL DATA MOPA [A] 25 16 25 5. MAX.5 22. KW.0 4. 3 .76 2.2 0.0 10.5 1.5 5.3 1.76 2.0 5 0. 2 .2 1 0.MOPA values shown in the table were calculated taking into consideration the maximum operation values of the unit. Consumed Rated Power. 35 .8 160.3 1/6 0.ARI conditions.5 FP KVAr Quant.0 11. Power factor (without correction to 0.2 1 0.3 1.1 237.123 18.42 1 242 17.5 25 50 40 CIRCUIT A COMPLEMENTARY TECHNICAL DATA TECHNICAL DATA RLA [A] LRA [A] KW ZR47 198 1 1 1 1 1 1 2.1 1. 1 .2 59.5 418 7.83 5 242 33.123 8.8 0.92. ELECTRICAL DATA 05 220/60 380/60 10 220/60 380/60 IMPORTANT NOTES Data from the supplier's technical catalog. Maximum recommended capacity for the protection of the fuse against short circuit.0 4.2°C) / Condensation temperature: 130°F (54.3 342 ZR57 198 342 SM120 198 342 418 19.4°C) .8 0.6 4.86 5 418 8.3 91.RLA. Suction temperature: 45°F (7.5 4.All compressors are Scroll .87 1 242 14.123 15.92).92) Recommended reactive power for the sizing of the bank of capacitors(0. RLA [A] P [CV] KW TOTAL RLA TOTAL [A] KW TOTAL [W] MIN.0 10. Legends RLA LRA MOPA KW FP KVAr Nominal Current (Rated Load Amps).75 35.3 1/6 0.123 9. COMPRESSOR 30AJ UNIT POWER SUPPLY / FREQUENCY NOMINAL 04 220/60 380/60 5.

798 10.092 4.633 5.070 0.671 11.163 10.758 10. PERFORMANCE DATA 25 30 35 40 45 LWT Unit Size CAP.733 9.492 1.758 9.958 3.558 1.70 14.06 15.41 kW 3.16 29.587 34.739 8.92 11.988 5.837 0.948 0.224 kW 13.707 0.44 4.57 39.52 4.85 4.565 4.972 kW 12.573 5.677 9.595 4.958 11.61 4.04 38. Consumption Consumption Evaporator CAP.876 0.626 4.075 1.424 32.843 11.525 33.163 0.60 kW 4.569 4.095 0.224 10.111 5.025 13.53 15.59 3.696 3.734 10.97 15.52 4.88 33.656 9.489 0.658 4.213 0.66 kW 11.51 31.692 15.901 0.800 1.462 3.00 15.81 3.82 kW 4.366 31.47 5.717 3.628 11.188 0.488 0.190 4.87 35.37 36.48 4.538 4.66 3.765 3.45 13.711 4.954 5.361 5.52 36.11 kW 3.68 4.10 4.34 15.50 38.50 34.606 11.38 13.75 Compressor Flow Rate kW l/s 4.04 31.748 12.606 4.856 4.175 4.647 5.622 5.61 13.258 5.055 3.521 0.980 4.701 4.403 9.273 4.62 11.756 1.625 0.87 16.471 32.12 10.947 0.014 4.667 4.843 0.89 37.947 4.665 10.782 9.87 5.111 10.716 5.16 33.00 35.01 17.90 13.895 11.40 16.523 0.290 5.10 14.60 30.607 9. LCWT Cooling capacity Leaving water temperature .205 5.264 8.742 3.41 5.830 12.364 0.325 0.890 0.923 13.386 4.656 4.927 9.216 0.56 3.595 4.748 9.808 0.50 17.36 6.64 3.01 14.174 0.737 0.71 28.376 0.521 0.840 8.774 0.309 8.047 0.54 4.763 0.007 10.61 3.650 1.576 0.10 12.863 3.621 4.805 9.502 9.114 0.062 10.98 18.065 0.710 10.473 0.13 35.553 3.93 13.48 4.624 4.35 5.446 0.66 32.684 11.668 5.38 14.814 8.77 13.252 0.688 4.652 3.66 3. Consumption Consumption Evaporator 5C 6C 7C 8C 9C 10 C 30AJ 004 005 010 004 005 010 004 005 010 004 005 010 004 005 010 004 005 010 kW 13.66 16.22 16.62 14.994 0.28 10.86 5.386 1.675 1.99 13.607 0.489 0.364 1.109 0.075 1.273 0.570 1.106 0.649 14.261 0.534 4.448 1.58 16.396 0.41 11.76 3.36 4.913 1.40 4. Consumption Consumption Evaporator CAP.64 34.694 11.01 10.257 1.789 8.285 1.20 31.379 1.771 10.117 13.95 15.709 8.866 4.269 3.68 36.454 0.676 0.473 1.12 16.115 1.24 14.801 5.175 1.581 13.76 15.039 0.637 4.590 kW kW 11.807 9.620 1.534 5.434 0.342 1.34 17.37 15.724 9.908 Compressor Flow Rate kW l/s 4.680 4.837 9.689 4.756 9.23 34.563 0.69 3.52 3.554 5.83 Compressor Flow Rate kW l/s 3.645 0.124 0.86 3.001 1.586 4.66 15.27 4.313 30.78 3.540 13.721 0.80 11.425 0.911 5.593 5.357 9.96 4.71 13.73 3.764 8.613 14.457 1.646 4.83 14.740 11.459 4.887 4.44 4.48 14.57 4.983 1.282 1.427 0.889 1.674 3.156 0.594 5.25 12.327 5.734 4. Consumption Consumption Evaporator CAP.707 9654 3.375 Compressor Flow Rate kW l/s 3.13 40.217 0.91 Compressor Flow Rate kW l/s 3.57 Cap.36 14.765 3.867 8.71 3.029 5.70 3.163 1.138 0.958 10.007 1.92 14. Consumption Consumption Evaporator CAP.99 32.855 0.649 11.642 10.310 0.792 11.161 3.728 15.624 4.806 0.783 1.917 4.688 10.717 11.481 4.073 5.999 0.40 14.93 5.74 11.702 1.700 9.20 12.450 9.93 14.

7.30AJ 010 Pressure Drop in KPa Water flow in kg/sec 37 .30AJ 004 E 005 Pressure Drop in KPa Water flow in kg/sec 7.1 .2 . PRESSURE DROP IN THE PLATE EXCHANGER 7.

VALVE SOLENOID CH . ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM COLORS CODIFICATION NOTES: 1 .SET POINT TEMPERATURE ADJUST HPS .FLOW SWITCH PA .1 .BLINKING SLOW LED N°1.-. IF IS DESIRED TO COMMAND THE UNIT AT A DISTANCE BY THE ICD.RED LEGEND: BC .ACESSORY ICD .IF THIS TEMPERATURE IS SETTED IN 2°C MINIMUM (WITHOUT ELECTRICAL BRIDGE BETWEEN TERMINALS 5 AND IN4) AND PUT THE PA TO LESS OF 2°C . THEN THE LED N°3 WILL BE ILUMINATED INDICATING THAT THIS UNIT WILL TURN ON IN THE NEXT 4 MINUTES. NORMALLY OPEN CONTACT PUMP AND REMOTE SWITCH. 30 SEC.PINK VIO .CRANCKASE HEATER RT1 .BLACK ROS .ORANGE MRM .CONNECT ELECTRICAL BRIDGE BETWEEN TERMINALS 5 AND IN6.DISPLAY (IHM) COMP . IT MUST BE CONNECTED BETWEEN TERMINALS 5 AND 6.GREEN VRM .38 8.CONTROL TERMINAL BLOCK LPS . THE LED N°3 WILL BEGIN BLINK ANNOUCING THE CONCLUSION OF TIMER. AMR .LIVING WATER TEMPERATURE SENSOR F .ELECTRONIC BOARD CAP .SENSOR TERMINAL BLOCK PTC .YELLOW AZL .CONNECT MADE IN FIELD C .REMOTE SWITCH -.TRANSFORMER CB .BLUE BRC .HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH * . 4 .COMPRESSOR PLC .BLINKING FAST LED N°1.OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR CC .WHITE CNZ .ENTERING WATER TEMPERATURE SENSOR FS . IF: ICD OPENED .COMPRESSOR TERMIC PROTECTOR (ONLY IN SOME MODELS) .30AJ 220V 8.PUMP CONTACT OFM . IF WANT TO WORK IN LOW TEMPERATURE (–7°C). FLOW SWITCH.IF THE UNIT TURN OFF BY SOME REASON.CONNECT ELECTRICAL BRIDGE BETWEEN TERMINALS 5 AND IN4.LOW PRESSURE SWITCH BF .GRAY LRJ .VIOLET VRD .FUSE RT2 . 2 .CAPACITOR TR .-.BROWN PRT .COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR VS . THE UNIT WILL BE INTERRUPTED BY FREEZING. ICD CLOSED . 3 . BEFORE THE FINISHING OF THE MINUTES.POWER TERMINAL BLOCK PC .COMMON TERMINAL BS .

BROWN PRT .COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR VS .GRAY LRJ .FLOW SWITCH PA .GREEN VRM .ENTERING WATER TEMPERATURE SENSOR FS . 3 .DISPLAY (IHM) COMP .BLACK ROS .ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM COLORS CODIFICATION NOTES: 1 . 4 .COMMON TERMINAL BS . IF IS DESIRED TO COMMAND THE UNIT AT A DISTANCE BY THE ICD.COMPRESSOR PLC .ELECTRONIC BOARD CAP . NORMALLY OPEN CONTACT PUMP AND REMOTE SWITCH.VIOLET VRD .WHITE CNZ .CONDENSER CONTACTOR E1 . AMR . 2 .FUSE RT2 .IF THE UNIT TURN OFF BY SOME REASON.CONNECT ELECTRICAL BRIDGE BETWEEN TERMINALS 5 AND IN4.YELLOW AZL .PUMP CONTACT OFM . IF: ICD OPENED .BLUE BRC .BLINKING FAST LED N°1.CAPACITOR TR .8A) 39 .PINK VIO .ACESSORY ICD .RED LEGEND: BC .BLINKING SLOW LED N°1.OVERLOAD RELAY (ADJUST 3.LOW PRESSURE SWITCH BF .CONNECT MADE IN FIELD C .CONTROL TERMINAL BLOCK LPS .VALVE SOLENOID CH .-. THE LED N°3 WILL BEGIN BLINK ANNOUCING THE CONCLUSION OF TIMER. BEFORE THE FINISHING OF THE MINUTES.ORANGE MRM .OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR CC .POWER TERMINAL BLOCK PC . ICD CLOSED .TRANSFORMER CB .-.LIVING WATER TEMPERATURE SENSOR F .SENSOR TERMINAL BLOCK PTC . 30 SEC.CRANCKASE HEATER RT1 .SET POINT TEMPERATURE ADJUST HPS . FLOW SWITCH. THEN THE LED N°3 WILL BE ILUMINATED INDICATING THAT THIS UNIT WILL TURN ON IN THE NEXT 4 MINUTES.COMPRESSOR TERMIC PROTECTOR (ONLY IN SOME MODELS) OFC .REMOTE SWITCH -. IT MUST BE CONNECTED BETWEEN TERMINALS 5 AND 6. IF WANT TO WORK IN LOW TEMPERATURE (–7°C).HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH * . THE UNIT WILL BE INTERRUPTED BY FREEZING.IF THIS TEMPERATURE IS SETTED IN 2°C MINIMUM (WITHOUT ELECTRICAL BRIDGE BETWEEN TERMINALS 5 AND IN4) AND PUT THE PA TO LESS OF 2°C .CONNECT ELECTRICAL BRIDGE BETWEEN TERMINALS 5 AND IN6.

30AJ . BEFORE THE FINISHING OF THE MINUTES.ELECTRONIC BOARD CAP .PINK VIO .BLINKING SLOW LED N°1.CONNECT MADE IN FIELD C . 2 .VALVE SOLENOID CH . 30 SEC.CRANCKASE HEATER RT1 .SENSOR TERMINAL BLOCK PTC .COMMON TERMINAL BS .DISPLAY (IHM) COMP .ENTERING WATER TEMPERATURE SENSOR FS .FUSE RT2 .FLOW SWITCH PA . IF: ICD OPENED . 3 . THE UNIT WILL BE INTERRUPTED BY FREEZING.YELLOW AZL .GREEN VRM .REMOTE SWITCH -.40 8.CONTROL TERMINAL BLOCK LPS .CAPACITOR TR . FLOW SWITCH. ICD CLOSED .POWER TERMINAL BLOCK PC . THE LED N°3 WILL BEGIN BLINK ANNOUCING THE CONCLUSION OF TIMER.ACESSORY ICD . IF WANT TO WORK IN LOW TEMPERATURE (–7°C).2 .PUMP CONTACT OFM .CONNECT ELECTRICAL BRIDGE BETWEEN TERMINALS 5 AND IN4. IF IS DESIRED TO COMMAND THE UNIT AT A DISTANCE BY THE ICD.GRAY LRJ .IF THIS TEMPERATURE IS SETTED IN 2°C MINIMUM (WITHOUT ELECTRICAL BRIDGE BETWEEN TERMINALS 5 AND IN4) AND PUT THE PA TO LESS OF 2°C .SET POINT TEMPERATURE ADJUSTE HPS . AMR . NORMALLY OPEN CONTACT PUMP AND REMOTE SWITCH.COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR VS .BLUE BRC .-.BROWN PRT . IT MUST BE CONNECTED BETWEEN TERMINALS 5 AND 6.WHITE CNZ .OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR CC .BLACK ROS .380V ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM COLORS CODIFICATION NOTES: 1 . THEN THE LED N°3 WILL BE ILUMINATED INDICATING THAT THIS UNIT WILL TURN ON IN THE NEXT 4 MINUTES. 4 .CONNECT ELECTRICAL BRIDGE BETWEEN TERMINALS 5 AND IN6.LOW PRESSURE SWITCH BF .RED LEGEND: BC .HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH * .ORANGE MRM .BLINKING FAST LED N°1.VIOLET VRD .-.IF THE UNIT TURN OFF BY SOME REASON.COMPRESSOR PLC .LIVING WATER TEMPERATURE SENSOR F .COMPRESSOR TERMIC PROTECTOR (ONLY IN SOME MODELS) .TRANSFORMER CB .

ACESSORY ICD . IF IS DESIRED TO COMMAND THE UNIT AT A DISTANCE BY THE ICD.BLINKING FAST LED N°1.GRAY LRJ .-. THEN THE LED N°3 WILL BE ILUMINATED INDICATING THAT THIS UNIT WILL TURN ON IN THE NEXT 4 MINUTES.COMMON TERMINAL BS .LIVING WATER TEMPERATURE SENSOR F .BLINKING SLOW LED N°1.CONNECT ELECTRICAL BRIDGE BETWEEN TERMINALS 5 AND IN6. FLOW SWITCH.CONDENSER CONTACTOR E1 . 2 .HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH * . NORMALLY OPEN CONTACT PUMP AND REMOTE SWITCH. IT MUST BE CONNECTED BETWEEN TERMINALS 5 AND 6.YELLOW AZL .PINK VIO .DISPLAY (IHM) COMP .GREEN VRM .OVERLOAD RELAY (ADJUST 2.ENTERING WATER TEMPERATURE SENSOR FS .BLUE BRC .SET POINT TEMPERATURE ADJUST HPS .RED LEGEND: BC . IF WANT TO WORK IN LOW TEMPERATURE (–7°C).CONNECT ELECTRICAL BRIDGE BETWEEN TERMINALS 5 AND IN4. 30 SEC. IF: ICD OPENED . THE LED N°3 WILL BEGIN BLINK ANNOUCING THE CONCLUSION OF TIMER.CRANCKASE HEATER RT1 .BROWN PRT .OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR CC . 4 .ELECTRONIC BOARD CAP .TRANSFORMER CB .REMOTE SWITCH -. THE UNIT WILL BE INTERRUPTED BY FREEZING.VIOLET VRD .COMPRESSOR PLC .COMPRESSOR TERMIC PROTECTOR (ONLY IN SOME MODELS) OFC .ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM COLORS CODIFICATION NOTES: 1 .-.WHITE CNZ . AMR .IF THIS TEMPERATURE IS SETTED IN 2°C MINIMUM (WITHOUT ELECTRICAL BRIDGE BETWEEN TERMINALS 5 AND IN4) AND PUT THE PA TO LESS OF 2°C .POWER TERMINAL BLOCK PC .CONTROL TERMINAL BLOCK LPS .VALVE SOLENOID CH . ICD CLOSED . BEFORE THE FINISHING OF THE MINUTES.2A) 41 .COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR VS . 3 . IMPORTANT: TO LOOK THAT THE NEUTRAL SHOULD BE CONECTED IN L2.LOW PRESSURE SWITCH BF .SENSOR TERMINAL BLOCK PTC .IF THE UNIT TURN OFF BY SOME REASON.CAPACITOR TR .BLACK ROS .FLOW SWITCH PA .ORANGE MRM .FUSE RT2 .CONNECT MADE IN FIELD C .PUMP CONTACT OFM .

L4 off. L2 blinks. If P1 is pressed. Every time the P1 button is pressed. L5 will turn on if there is 24 Vca in the IC3 terminal (Input for the remote control contact). Step 6: L1 off. The IN1-OUT1 contact will remain closed while L5 is ON (Contact for the compressor contactor handling). One also goes to the normal operating status if. Step 2: L1 and L2 off. L3 blinks. a test status will start. During this sequence. Step 10: L1 blinks. L3 off. L2 off. while L5 will provide information related to each step. The IN2-OUT2 contact will remain closed while L5 is ON (Contact to handle the solenoid valve). L4 off. L3 and L4 will exhibit the number of the step within the sequence. L5 will light if the temperature measured by the inside sensor (connected to IN 5) is between –5 °C and 15 °C.9. no button is pressed. the sequence will restart at sep 1. TEST SEQUENCE If P1 and P2 are pressed during the first 5 seconds when the indicators are on. L3 and L4 blink. L2. Step 7: L1 off. L5 will turn on after 1 second and will remain in this status. L5 will turn on if there is 24 Vca in the IC4 terminal (Input for the ON/OFF remote control). L5 will turn on if the selected temperature is between –5 °C and 15 °C. Step 3: L1 and L2 off. L3 and L4 off. L5 will turn on if there is 24 Vca in the IN4 terminal (input for the frozen water temperature selection). L4 blinks. Step 9: L1 blinks. 42 . If. L5 will turn on if there is 24Vca in the IN 1 terminal (Pressostat input). L4 blinks. L2. Step 4: L1 off. P2 is pressed. L5 will always turn on. the lights L1. comprising 10 steps. L3 blinks. Step 5: L1 off. one leaves the test sequence and enters in normal operating status. L2 blinks. L4 blinks. L2 and L3 blink. L2 and L3 off. during 3 minutes. Step 8: L1 blinks. L2 and L3 off. one step will be advanced. L5 will light if the temperature measured by the outside sensor (connected to IN 6) is between –5 °C and 15 °C. L3 and L4 blink. L5 will turn on after 1 second and will remain on during 5 seconds. at any moment. L3 and L4 off. L4 off. The sequence steps are: Step 1: L1. L2. until arriving at step 10.

Do not remove any protective device from the unit. Evacuation of the water circuit in winter. solutions with PH < 7.5°C. • The water circuit shall count on an expansion tank or a device to prevent the pressure surges in the piping. CONSIDERATIONS ON THE EXCHANGERS CARE In order to prevent damages to the exchangers that can make the warranty void. Installation of a "Y" filter. for process applications. • Installation of an accumulator tank in case it does not meet the minimum requirements of water volumes (Refer to Carrier Air Conditioning Manual. to protect them against obstructions. Use of a condensation control in machines that operate in intermediate seasons. some preventive care must be adopted: • Protection against water flow shortage (Flow Switch). mesh 20. use glycol to evacuate the system. 43 . • • • • • • • Water circulation before the compressor start-up./ton. Third Part).10. Use of the proper rate of Glycol when operating at a leaving water temperature below 4. • Interlocking of the pump and safety systems to cause the machine to stop in case of any failure in the water circulation system. Periodic checking of the good operation of the safety system. In locations where the temperatures decrease to below 0°C. • The solutions must be prevented: Chlorines > 300mg/l. Chlorine-free sulphite. or in low temperature periods. for air conditioning applications and 24 l/ton. • Minimum water volume in the system: 12 l.

04/08 www.carrierbrazil. Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue or change at any time specifications without notice and without incurring obligations.C .br .com. sin aviso y sin incurrir en ningún tipo de obligación. CT 30AJ 60Hz EXP .El fabricante se reserva lo derecho de descontinuar o cambiar las especificaciones a cualquier tiempo.