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Installation

Operation and
Maintenance

Packaged Gas/Electric
3 - 10 Ton

Model Numbers:
YSC036A - YSC120A YHC036E - YHC060E
YHC033A - YHC120A YSC072 - YSC120E
YSC036E - YSC060E

February 2009 RT-SVX21F-EN


Preface and Warnings and Cautions
Hazard Identification • Request an immediate joint Overview of Manual
inspection of the damage by the
Warnings and Cautions appear at carrier and the consignee. Do not Note: One copy of this document
appropriate sections throughout this remove damaged material from ships inside the control panel
manual. Read these carefully. the receiving location. Take of each unit and is customer
photos of the damage, if property. It must be retained
WARNING possible. The owner must
provide reasonable evidence that
by the unit’s maintenance
personnel.
Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, could the damage did not occur after This booklet describes proper
result in death or serious injury. delivery. installation, operation, and
• Notify the appropriate sales maintenance procedures for air
CAUTION representative before installing
or repairing a damaged unit.
cooled systems. By carefully
reviewing the information within this
Indicates a potentially hazardous
manual and following the
situation which, if not avoided, could
instructions, the risk of improper
result in minor or moderate injury. It Storage operation and/or component damage
may also be used to alert against
Take precautions to prevent will be minimized.
unsafe practices.
condensate from forming inside the It is important that periodic
unit’s electrical compartments and maintenance be performed to help
NOTICE motors if: assure trouble free operation. A
Indicates a situation that could result
1. the unit is stored before it is maintenance schedule is provided at
in equipment or property-damage-
installed; or, the end of this manual. Should
only accidents.
equipment failure occur, contact a
2. the unit is set on the roof curb, qualified service organization with
Unit Inspection and temporary heat is provided qualified, experienced HVAC
in the building. Isolate all side technicians to properly diagnose and
As soon as the unit arrives at the job panel service entrances and base repair this equipment.
site pan openings (e.g., conduit
• Verify that the nameplate data
matches the data on the sales
holes, S/A and R/A openings, and
flue openings) from the ambient
WARNING
air until the unit is ready for start- Contains Refrigerant!
order and bill of lading (including
up. System contains oil and refrigerant
electrical data).
under high pressure. Recover
• Verify that the power supply Note: Do not use the unit’s heater refrigerant to relieve pressure before
complies with the unit for temporary heat without opening the system. See unit
nameplate specifications. first completing the start-up nameplate for refrigerant type. Do
procedure detailed under not use non-approved refrigerants,
• Visually inspect the exterior of “Starting the Unit”. refrigerant substitutes, or refrigerant
the unit, including the roof, for
The manufacturer will not assume additives.
signs of shipping damage.
any responsibility for equipment Failure to follow proper procedures
If the job site inspection of the unit damage resulting from condensate or the use of non-approved
reveals damage or material accumulation on the unit’s electrical refrigerants, refrigerant substitutes,
shortages, file a claim with the carrier and/or mechanical components. or refrigerant additives could result
immediately. Specify the type and in death or serious injury or
extent of the damage on the “bill of Model Number Description equipment damage.
lading” before signing.
• Visually inspect the internal
All products are identified by a
multiple-character model number WARNING
components for shipping that precisely identifies a particular Hazardous Voltage w/
damage as soon as possible after type of unit. Its use will enable the Capacitors!
delivery and before it is stored. owner/operator, installing
Do not walk on the sheet metal Disconnect all electric power,
contractors, and service engineers to including remote disconnects and
base pans. define the operation, specific discharge all motor start/run
• If concealed damage is components, and other options for capacitors before servicing. Follow
discovered, notify the carrier’s any specific unit. proper lockout/tagout procedures to
terminal of damage immediately When ordering replacement parts or ensure the power cannot be
by phone and by mail. Concealed requesting service, be sure to refer to inadvertently energized. Verify with
damage must be reported within the specific model number and serial an appropriate voltmeter that all
15 days. number printed on the unit capacitors have discharged. Failure
nameplate. to disconnect power and discharge
capacitors before servicing could
result in death or serious injury.
© 2009 Trane. All rights reserved RT-SVX21F-EN
Preface and Warnings and Cautions

WARNING
R410a Refrigerant under
Higher Pressure than R-22!
R-410A refrigerant systems operate
at higher pressures than standard R-
22 systems. Do not use R-22 service
equipment or components on R-
410A refrigerant equipment. Using
service equipment not rated for R-
410A could result in the equipment
exploding under higher pressure
which could result in death or
serious injury.

WARNING
Equipment Damage From
Ultraviolet (UV) Lights!
The manufacturer does not
recommend field installation of
ultraviolet lights in its equipment for
the intended purpose of improving
indoor air quality. High intensity C-
band ultraviolet light is known to
severely damage polymer (plastic)
materials and poses a personal
safety risk to anyone exposed to the
light without proper personal
protective equipment. Polymer
materials commonly found in HVAC
equipment that may be susceptible
include insulation on electrical
wiring, fan belts, thermal insulation,
various fasteners and bushings.
Degradation of these materials could
result in serious damage to the
equipment.
The manufacturer accepts no
responsibility for the performance or
operation of our equipment in which
ultraviolet devices were installed
outside of the manufacturer’s factory
or its approved suppliers.

NOTICE
Roof Damage!
System contains oil and refrigerant
under high pressure. Roofs should be
protected from exposure to oils and
refrigerant in the system. If rooftop is
not protected damage to the roof
could occur.

RT-SVX21F-EN 3
Contents

Hazard Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Unit Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Overview of Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Model Number Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Unit Clearances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Unit Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Pre-Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Roof Curb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
General Unit Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Horizontal Discharge Conversion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
TCO-1 Instructions: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Horizontal Discharge Conversion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Return Air Smoke Detector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Through the Base Gas Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Requirements for Gas Heat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Filter Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Field Installed Power Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Main Unit Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Main Unit Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Controls using DC Analog Input/Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Smoke Detector
Customer Low Voltage Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Space Temperature Averaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Voltage Imbalance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Electrical Phasing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Pre-Start. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Test Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Verifying Proper Air Flow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
ReliaTel™ Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Electro Mechanical Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Verifying Proper Air Flow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Start-Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Verifying Proper Air Flow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Return Air Smoke Detector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Economizer Start-Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Compressor Start-Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Final System Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Fan Belt Adjustment - Belt Drive Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Monthly Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41

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Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Annual Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Final Process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
ReliaTel™ Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
System Status Checkout Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Trouble Shooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Resetting Cooling and Ignition Lockouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Zone Temperature Sensor (ZTS) Service Indicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Clogged Filter Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Fan Failure Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Zone Temperature Sensor (ZTS) Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Unit Economizer Control (ECA) Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Resetting Cooling and Ignition Lockouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Unit Economizer Control (ECA) Test Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Combination Gas Electric Air Conditioner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Limited Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Combination Gas Electric Air Conditioner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53

RT-SVX21F-EN 5
Model Number Description

Y H C 033 A 3 R B A ** C 0 0 0 A 1 0 0 0 1 A 1
1 2 3 456 7 8 9 10 11 12,13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

DIGIT 1 — UNIT TYPE H High DIGIT 17 - CONDENSER COIL


X Low, Stainless Steel Heat PROTECTION
T DX Cooling Exchanger
Y DX Cooling, Gas Heat 0 Standard Coil
Y Medium, Stainless Steel Heat 1 Standard Coil with Hail Guard
W Packaged Heat Pump2 Exchanger 2 Black Epoxy Pre-Coated
Z High, Stainless Steel Heat Condenser Coil
DIGIT 2 — EFFICIENCY
Exchanger 3 Black Epoxy Pre-Coated
S Standard Efficiency Condenser Coil with Hail Guard
H High Efficiency DIGIT 11 — MINOR DESIGN
SEQUENCE 4 CompleteCoat™ Condenser Coil
DIGIT 3 — AIRFLOW 5 CompleteCoat™ Condenser Coil
A First Sequence with Hail Guard
C Convertible
DIGIT 12,13 — SERVICE SEQUENCE DIGIT 18 - THROUGH THE BASE
DIGIT 4,5,6 — NOMINAL GROSS ** Factory Assigned PROVISIONS
COOLING CAPACITY (MBh) Note: (Applicable to Digit 1, T or Y
DIGIT 14 — FRESH AIR SELECTION models)
033 3 Ton
036 3 Tons 0 No Fresh Air 0 No Through the Base Provisions
043 4 Ton A Manual Outside Air Damper A Through the Base Electric9
048 4 Tons 0-50%5
060 5 Tons B Motorized Outside Air Damper Note: (Applicable to Digit 1, Y
063 5 Ton 0-50% models only)
072 6 1/4 Ton C Economizer, Dry Bulb 0-100% B Through the Base Gas Piping
090 7 1/2 Ton (Single Compressor) without Barometric Relief8 C Through the Base Electric and
092 7 1/2 Ton (Dual Compressor) D Economizer, Dry Bulb 0-100% Gas Piping17
102 8 1/2 Ton with Barometric Relief8
120 10 Ton E Economizer, Reference Enthalpy DIGIT 19 - DISCONNECT/CIRCUIT
0-100% without Barometric BREAKER/PHASE MONITOR
DIGIT 7 — MAJOR DESIGN Relief4,8 (THREE- PHASE ONLY)
SEQUENCE F Economizer, Reference Enthalpy
0-100% with Barometric Relief4,8 0 No Disconnect / No Circuit
A R-22 Refrigerant Breaker
G Economizer, Comparative
E R-410A Refrigerant Enthalpy 0-100% without 1 Unit Mounted Non-Fused
Barometric Relief4,8 Disconnect
DIGIT 8 — VOLTAGE SELECTION H Economizer, Comparative 2 Unit Mounted Circuit Breaker
1 208-230/60/1 Enthalpy 0-100% with Barometric DIGIT 20 - CONVENIENCE OUTLET
3 208-230/60/3 Relief4,8
4 460/60/3 0 No Convenience Outlet
D 380-415/50/3 DIGIT 15 - SUPPLY FAN/DRIVE A Unpowered Convenience Outlet
K 380/60/3 TYPE/MOTOR B Powered Convenience Outlet
T 200/50/3 0 Standard Drive7 (three-phase only)10
2) Optional Belt Drive Motor20 DIGIT 21 - COMMUNICATIONS
W = 575/60/3DIGIT 9 — UNIT
CONTROLS DIGIT 16 - HINGED SERVICE OPTIONS4
E Electromechanical1 ACCESS/FILTERS 0 No Communications Interface
R ReliaTel™ Microprocessor 0 Standard Panels/Standard Filters 1 Trane Communications Interface
A Hinged Access Panels/Standard 2 LonTalk® Communications
DIGIT 10 — HEATING CAPACITY Filters Interface
B Standard Panels with 2-inch 3 Novar 2024 Controls1
0=No Electric Heat E=12 kW (3 phase)
A=5 kW (1 phase)2 F=14 kW (1 phase)2 MERV 7 pleated filter 4 Novar 3051 Controls1without
B=6 kW (3 phase) G=18 kW (1&3 phase) C Hinged Access Panels with 2-inch Zone Sensor21
D=10 kW (1 phase)2 J=23 kW (3 phase)
MERV 7 pleated filter DIGIT 22 - REFRIGERATION SYSTEM
Note: Applicable to Digit 1, Y D Standard Panels with 2-inch OPTION
models only. MERV 13 pleated filter
E Hinged Access Panels with 2-inch 0 Standard Refrigeration System11
L Low MERV 13 pleated filter A Expansion Valve (standard for 3-
M Medium

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Model Number Description

10 Ton R410a Units) 8. Economizer with Barometric


B Standard Refrigeration System Relief is for down flow
(not yet available for 3-10 Ton configured units only. Order
R410a Units) Economizer without Barometric
Relief for horizontal
DIGIT 23 - REFRIGERATION configuration. Barometric Relief
CONTROLS for horizontal configured units
must be ordered as field installed
Note: Applicable to Digit 7 = A
accessory.
0 No Refrigeration Control6
9. Through the base electric
2 Frostat12
required when ordering
3 Crankcase Heater3
disconnect/circuit breaker
6 Frostat12 and Crankcase Heater3
options.
Note: Applicable to Digit 7 = E
10. Requires use of Disconnect or
0 No Refrigeration Control6 Circuit Breaker.
1 Frostat12
11. Standard metering devices are
2 Crankcase Heater3
TXVs.
3 Frostat12 and Crankcase Heater3
12. Frostat cannot be field installed
DIGIT 24 - SMOKE DETECTOR4,18 in electro-mechanical units.
0 No Smoke Detector 13. The return air smoke detector
A Return Air Smoke Detector13,14 may not fit up or work properly
B Supply Air Smoke Detector on the Precedent units when
C Supply and Return Air Smoke used in conjunction with 3rd
Detectors13,14 party accessories such as bolt on
heat wheels, economizers and
DIGIT 25 - MONITORING power exhaust. Do not order the
CONTROLS4 return air smoke detectors when
0 No Monitoring Control15 using this type of accessory.
1 Clogged Filter Switch15 14. Return Air Smoke Detector
2 Fan Failure Switch15 cannot be ordered with Novar
3 Discharge Air Sensing Tube15 Controls.
4 Clogged Filter Switch and Fan
Fail Switch15 15. These options are standard
5 Clogged Filter Switch and when ordering Novar Controls.
Discharge Air Sensing Tube15 16. This option is used when
6 Fan Fail Switch and Discharge Air ordering Novar Controls.
Sensing Tube15
7 Clogged Filter and Fan Fail 17. Includes gas piping and shutoff
Switches and Discharge Air (field assembly required).
Sensing Tube15 18. Not available with high
8 Novar Return Air Sensor16 temperature stat accessory.
9 Novar Zone Sensor21
19. Requires hinged access panels.
Model Number Notes 20. Belt Drive Optional on three-
1. Not available with Heat Pumps. phase 15 SEER, R-410A units.

2. Available for R-410A units only. 21. Novar Sensor utilized with digit
21 = (4) Novar 3051 Controls
3. Standard on all 15 SEER and 4-5 without Zone Sensor.
Tons Heat Pump R-22 units.
4. Not available with
electromechanical controls.
5. Manual outside air damper will
ship factory supplied within the
unit, but must be field installed.
6. High pressure control is standard
on all units.
7. Multispeed direct drive standard
on single-phase and 15 SEER
products. Belt drive standard on
three-phase 13 SEER and 6-10
RT-SVX21F-EN ton R410a products. 7
General Information

Unit Nameplate and customer binary contacts to RLCI - ReliaTel™ LonTalk


satisfy the applicable request for Communication Interface
A Mylar unit nameplate is located on cooling.
the unit’s corner support next to the (Optional)
filter access panel. It includes the
unit model number, serial number,
Economizer Control Actuator This module is used when the
(Optional) application calls for an ICSTM
electrical characteristics, refrigerant building management type control
charge, as well as other pertinent system that is LonTalk. It allows the
unit data. Electro Mechanical Control
control and monitoring of the
The ECA monitors the mixed air system through an ICS panel. The
Compressor Nameplate temperature, ambient dry bulb module can be ordered from the
The nameplate for the compressors temperature and local minimum factory or ordered as a kit to be field
are located on the side of the position setpoint sensors, if selected, installed. Follow the installation
compressor. to control dampers to an accuracy of instruction that ships with each kit
+/- 5% of stroke. The actuator is when field installation is necessary.
spring returned to the closed
Unit Description position any time that power is lost RTOM - ReliaTel™ Options
Before shipment, each unit is leak to the unit. It is capable of delivering Module (Optional)
tested, dehydrated, charged with up to 25 inch pounds of torque and is
refrigerant and compressor oil, and powered by 24 VAC. The RTOM monitors the supply fan
run tested for proper control proving, clogged filter, supply air
operation. ReliaTel™ Control temperature, exhaust fan setpoint,
supply air tempering, Frostat™ and
The condenser coils are aluminum The ECA monitors the mixed air smoke detector. Refer to system
fin, mechanically bonded to copper temperature, return air temperature, input devices and functions for
tubing. minimum position setpoint (local or operation.
remote), power exhaust setpoint,
Direct-drive, vertical discharge CO2 setpoint, CO2, and ambient dry
condenser fans are provided with bulb/enthalpy sensor or comparative System Input Devices &
built-in thermal overload protection. humidity (return air humidity against Functions
There are two control systems ambient humidity) sensors, if The RTRM must have a zone sensor
offered for these units. The electro selected, to control dampers to an or thermostat input in order to
mechanical control option uses a accuracy of +/- 5% of stroke. The operate the unit. The flexibility of
thermostat to perform unit functions. actuator is spring returned to the having several mode capabilities
The ReliaTel™ Control Module is a closed position any time that power depends upon the type of zone
microelectronic control system that is lost to the unit. It is capable of sensor or thermostat selected to
is referred to as “Refrigeration delivering up to 25 inch pounds of interface with the RTRM.
Module” (RTRM). The acronym torque and is powered by 24 VAC.
RTRM is used extensively The descriptions of the following
throughout this document when RTCI - ReliaTel™ Trane basic Input Devices used within the
referring to the control system RTRM network are to acquaint the
Communication Interface operator with their function as they
network.
(Optional) interface with the various modules.
These modules through Refer to the unit’s electrical
Proportional/Integral control This module is used when the
application calls for an ICSTM schematic for the specific module
algorithms perform specific unit connections.
functions that governs unit operation building management type control
in response to; zone temperature, system. It allows the control and The following controls are available
supply air temperature, and/or monitoring of the system through an from the factory for field installation.
humidity conditions depending on ICS panel. The module can be
the application. The stages of ordered from the factory or ordered Supply Fan Failure Input
capacity control for these units are as a kit to be field installed. Follow (Optional)
achieved by starting and stopping the installation instruction that ships
with each kit when field installation The Fan Failure Switch can be
the compressors.
is necessary. connected to sense indoor fan
The RTRM is mounted in the control operation:
panel and is factory wired to the
FFS (Fan Failure Switch) If air flow
respective internal components. The
through the unit is not proven by the
RTRM receives and interprets
differential pressure switch
information from other unit
connected to the RTOM (factory set
modules, sensors, remote panels,
point 0.07 “w.c.) within 40 seconds

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General Information

nominally, the RTRM will shut off all (if installed), and a manual reset will Power Exhaust Control
mechanical operations, lock the be required to restart the (Optional)
system out, send a diagnostic to ICS, compressor.
and the SERVICE output will flash.
ReliaTel Control
The system will remain locked out Low Pressure Control
until a reset is initiated either The power exhaust fan is started
manually or through ICS. ReliaTel Control whenever the position of the
economizer dampers meets or
Clogged Filter Switch (Optional) When the LPC is opened for 1 exceed the power exhaust setpoint
continuous second, the compressor when the indoor fan is on.
The unit mounted clogged filter for that circuit is turned off
switch monitors the pressure immediately. The compressor will With the optional ventilation override
differential across the return air not be allowed to restart for a accessory, the power exhaust fan is
filters. It is mounted in the filter minimum of 3 minutes. independent of the indoor fan.
section and is connected to the The setpoint panel is located in the
RTOM. A diagnostic SERVICE signal If four consecutive open conditions
occur during an active call for return air section and is factory set at
is sent to the remote panel if the 25%.
pressure differential across the filters cooling, the compressor will be
is at least 0.5" w.c. The contacts will locked out, a diagnostic
communicated to ICS™, if applicable, Electromechanical Control
automatically open when the
pressure differential across the filters and a manual reset required to The power exhaust fan is started
decreases to approximately 0.4" w.c. restart the compressor. On dual whenever the indoor fan is on and
The clogged filter output is energized compressor units only the affected the adjustable damper limit switch
when the supply fan is operating and compressor circuit is locked out. DLS is closed.
the clogged filter switch has been
closed for at least 2 minutes. The Electromechanical Control Lead/Lag Control
system will continue to operate When the LPC is opened, the (Dual Circuit Only)
regardless of the status of the filter compressor for that circuit is turned
switch. off immediately. The compressor will ReliaTel Control Only
Note: On units equipped with restart when the LPC closes.
factory installed MERV 13 Lead/Lag is a selectable input located
on the RTRM. The RTRM is
filters, a clogged filter switch High Pressure Control configured from the factory with the
with different pressure (Optional — except on
settings will be installed. Lead/Lag control disabled. To
This switch will close when
R-410A units) activate the Lead/Lag function,
the differential pressure is simply cut the wire connected to J3-8
approximately 0.8' w.c. and ReliaTel Control at the RTRM. When it is activated,
open when the differential each time the designated lead
The high pressure controls are wired compressor is shut off due to the
falls to 0.7" w.c. in series between the compressor load being satisfied, the lead
outputs on the RTRM and the compressor or refrigeration circuit
Compressor Disable (CPR1/2) compressor contactor coils. If the switches. When the RTRM is
This input incorporates the low high pressure control switch opens, powered up, i.e. after a power failure,
pressure control (LPC) of each the RTRM senses a lack of current the control will default to the number
refrigeration circuit and can be while calling for cooling and locks the one circuit compressor.
activated by opening a field supplied compressor out.
contact installed on the LTB. If four consecutive open conditions Zone Sensor Module (ZSM)
If this circuit is open before the occur during an active call for (BAYSENS106*)
compressor is started, the cooling, the compressor will be
locked out, a diagnostic This electronic sensor features three
compressor will not be allowed to
communicated to ICS™, if applicable, system switch settings (Heat, Cool,
operate. Anytime this circuit is
and a manual reset required to and Off) and two fan settings (On
opened for 1 continuous second
during compressor operation, the restart the compressor. On dual and Auto). It is a manual changeover
compressor for that circuit is compressor units only the affected control with single setpoint. (Cooling
immediately turned “Off”. The compressor circuit is locked out. Setpoint Only)
compressor will not be allowed to
restart for a minimum of 3 minutes Electromechanical Control
should the contacts close. When the HPC is opened, the
If four consecutive open conditions compressor for that circuit is turned
occur during the first three minutes off immediately. The compressor will
of operation, the compressor for that restart when the HPC closes.
circuit will be locked out, a diagnostic
communicated to the remote panel

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General Information

Zone Sensor Module (ZSM) The Zone Sensor allows selection of Remote Zone Sensor
(BAYSENS108*) 2, 3 or 4 system modes (Heat, Cool, (BAYSENS016*)
Auto, and Off), two fan modes (On
This electronic sensor features four and Auto). It has dual temperature This bullet type temperature sensor
system switch settings (Heat, Cool, selection with programmable start can be used for; outside air (ambient)
Auto, and Off) and two fan settings time capability. sensing, return air temperature
(On and Auto). It is a manual or auto sensing, supply air temperature
changeover control with dual The occupied cooling set point sensing, remote temperature sensing
setpoint capability. It can be used ranges between 45 and 98 degrees (uncovered. Wiring procedures vary
with a remote zone temperature Fahrenheit. The heating set point according to the particular
sensor BAYSENS077*. ranges between 43 and 96 degrees application and equipment involved.
Fahrenheit. Refer to the unit’s wiring diagrams
Zone Sensor (BAYSENS110*) A liquid crystal display (LCD) displays for proper connections.
zone temperature, temperature set
This electronic sensor features four points, day of the week, time, and Remote Zone Sensor
system switch settings (Heat, Cool, operational mode symbols.
Auto, and Off) and two fan settings (BAYSENS077*)
(On and Auto) with four system The Option Menu is used to enable or This electronic sensor can be used
status LED’s. It is a manual or auto disable applicable functions, i.e.; with BAYSENS006B, 008B, 010B,
changeover control with dual Morning Warm-up, Economizer 019B Remote Panels. When this
setpoint capability. It can be used minimum position override during sensor is wired to a BAYSENS019B
with a remote zone temperature unoccupied status, Fahrenheit or Remote Panel, wiring must be 18
sensor BAYSENS077*. Centigrade, Supply air tempering, AWG Shielded Twisted Pair (Belden
Remote zone temperature sensor, 12/ 8760 or equivalent). Refer to The
Wall Mounted Relative 24 hour time display, Smart fan, and specific Remote Panel for wiring
Computed recovery. details.
Humidity Sensor
(BAYSENS036*) During an occupied period, an
auxiliary relay rated for 1.25 amps @ Electro Mechanical Control
Field installed, wall mounted 30 volts AC with one set of single
humidity sensor is used to control pole double throw contacts is The unit must have a Thermostat to
activation of the hot gas reheat activated. operate.
dehumidification option. Humidity • BAYSTAT036A
set points can be selected for relative Status Inputs (4 Wires
humidity levels between 40% and – Single Stage - 1 Heat/1 Cool
60% by adjusting the DEHUMID
Optional)
• BAYSTAT037A
setting on the ReliaTel Options The ZSM can be wired to receive four
Module. See Figure 29 on page 28. – Multi Stage - 2 Heat/2 Cool -
(4) operating status signals from the
Can be Used for Economizer
RTRM (HEAT, COOL, SYSTEM “ON”,
Operation
Duct Mounted Relative SER-VICE).
Humidity Sensor • BAYSENS025A
Four (4) wires from the RTRM should
(BAYSENS037*) be connected to the appropriate – Remote sensor for
terminals (7, 8, 9 & 10) on the ZSM. BAYSTAT036A and
Field installed, duct mounted BAYSTAT037A
humidity sensor is used to control
activation of the hot gas reheat Remote Zone Sensor
dehumidification option. Humidity (BAYSENS073*) High Temperature Sensor
set points can be selected for relative (BAYFRST001A)
This electronic sensor features
humidity levels between 40% and remote zone sensing and timed This sensor connects to the RTRM
60% by adjusting the DEHUMID override with override cancellation. It Emergency Stop Input on the LTB
setting on the ReliaTel Options is used with a Trane Integrated and provides high limit “shutdown”
Module. See Figure 29 on page 28. Comfort™ building management of the unit. The sensor is used to
system. detect high temperatures due to fire
Programmable Zone Sensor - in the air conditioning or ventilation
(BAYSENS119*) Remote Zone Sensor ducts. The sensor is designed to
mount directly to the sheet metal
This 7 day programmable sensor (BAYSENS074*) duct. Each kit contains two sensors.
features 2, 3 or 4 periods for This electronic sensor features single The return air duct sensor
Occupied or Unoccupied setpoint capability and timed (X1310004001) is set to open at 135 F.
programming per day. If the power is override with override cancellation. It The supply air duct sensor
interrupted, the program is retained is used with a Trane Integrated (X1310004002) is set to open at 240 F.
in permanent memory. If power is off ComfortTM building management The control can be reset after the
for an extended period of time, only system. temperature has been lowered
the clock and day may have to be approximately 25 F below the cutout
reset. setpoint.

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General Information

Evaporator Frost Control from performing it's design unit operation.The power supply
(ReliaTel™ Option) function. circuit is not balanced with the
proper phase sequence of L1, L2, L3
This input incorporates the Frostat™ Note: Airflow through the unit is
for the 3 conductors of a 3 phase
control (FOS) mounted in the indoor affected by the amount of dirt
circuit. The line to line voltage is not
coil circuit and can be activated by and debris accumulated on
between 180 volts and 633 volts
closing a field supplied contact the indoor coil and filters. To
installed in parallel with the FOS. insure that airflow through
the unit is adequate for
If this circuit is open before the proper sampling by the
compressor is started, the return air smoke detector,
compressor will not be allowed to complete adherence to the
operate. Anytime this circuit is maintenance procedures,
opened for 1 continuous second including recommended
during compressor operation, the intervals between filter
compressor for that circuit is changes, and coil cleaning is
immediately turned “Off”. The required.
compressor will not be allowed to
restart for a minimum of 3 minutes Note: Periodic checks and
should the FOS close. maintenance procedures
must be performed on the
smoke detector to insure that
(Electro Mechanical Option) it will function properly. For
This input incorporates the Frostat™ detailed instructions
control (FOS) mounted in the indoor concerning these checks and
coil circuit and can be activated by procedures, refer to the
opening a field supplied contact appropriate section(s) of the
installed in series with the FOS. smoke detector Installation
and Maintenance Instructions
If this circuit is open before the provided with the literature
compressor is started, the package for this unit.
compressor will not be allowed to
operate. Anytime this circuit is In order for the supply air smoke
opened during compressor detector or return air smoke detector
operation, the compressor for that to properly sense smoke in the
circuit is immediately turned “Off”. supply air stream or return air
The compressor will restart when the stream, the air velocity entering the
FOS closes. smoke detector unit must be
between 500 and 4000 feet per
Smoke Detector Sensor minute. Equipment covered in this
manual will develop an airflow
(Optional) velocity that falls within these limits
This sensor is only applicable on over the entire airflow range
units equipped with a RTOM. It specified in the evaporator fan
provides high limit “shutdown” of performance tables.
the unit and requires a manual reset. There are certain models, however, if
The sensor is used to detect smoke operated at low airflow, will not
due to fire in the air conditioning or develop an airflow velocity that falls
ventilation ducts. within the required 500 to 4000 feet
Note: The supply and return air per minute range. For these models,
smoke detectors are the design airflow shall be greater
designed to shut off the unit if than or equal to 1000 feet per minute
smoke is sensed in the supply MINIMUM.
air stream or return air
stream. This function is Phase Monitor
performed by sampling the
airflow entering the unit at This sensor monitors voltage
the return air opening. Follow between the 3 conductors of the 3
the instructions provided phase power supply. Two LED lights
below to assure that the are provided. The green light
airflow through the unit is indicates that a balanced 3 phase
sufficient for adequate supply circuit is properly connected.
sampling. Failure to follow The red light indicates that unit
these instructions will operation has been prevented. There
prevent the smoke detectors are two conditions that will prevent

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Unit Dimensions

Unit Clearances Providing less than the


recommended clearances may result
Figure 1 illustrates the minimum in condenser coil starvation, “short-
operating and service clearances for circuiting” of exhaust and
either a single or multiple unit economizer airflows, or recirculation
installation. These clearances are the of hot condenser air.
minimum distances necessary to
assure adequate serviceability,
cataloged unit capacity, and peak
operating efficiency.

Figure 1. Typical Installation Clearances for Single & Multiple Unit Applications

033A THROUGH 063A UNITS 072A THROUGH 120A UNITS


036A THROUGH 060A UNITS YHC048E AND YHC060E UNITS
YHC036E UNITS YSC072E, YSC092E, YSC102E,
YSC120E UNITS

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Unit Dimensions

Figure 2. Unit Dimensional Data YHC033A, Y(H/S)C036A, YHC043A, Y(H/S)C048A — Low and Medium Heat
YSC060A — Low and Medium Heat

1775

Figure 3. YHC033A, Y(H/S)C036A, YHC043A,Y(H/S)C048A — High Heat YSC060A — High Heat YHC060A, YHC063A
— Low, Medium, and High Heat YSC036E, YSC048E, YSC060E, YHC036E

1775

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Unit Dimensions

Figure 4. Unit Dimensional Data Y(H/S)C072A, YSC090A, YSC092A, YHC048E, YHC060E, YSC072E

Figure 5. Dimensional Data YHC092A, Y(H/S)102A, Y(H/S)C120A, YSC092E, YSC102E, YSC120E

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Pre-Installation

WARNING
Fiberglass Wool!
Product contains fiberglass wool.
Disturbing the insulation in this
product during installation,
maintenance or repair will expose
you to airborne particles of glass
wool fibers and ceramic fibers
known to the state of California to
cause cancer through inhalation.
Glass wool fibers may also cause
respiratory, skin or eye irritation.

Precautionary Measures
• Avoid breathing fiberglass dust.
• Use a NIOSH approved dust/
mist respirator.
• Avoid contact with the skin or
eyes. Wear long-sleeved, loose-
fitting clothing, gloves, and eye
protection.
• Wash clothes separately from
other clothing: rinse washer
thoroughly.
• Operations such as sawing,
blowing, tear-out, and spraying
may generate fiber
concentrations requiring
additional respiratory
protection. Use the appropriate
NIOSH approved respiration in
these situations.

First Aid Measures


Eye Contact - Flush eyes with water
to remove dust. If symptoms persist,
seek medical attention.
Skin Contact - Wash affected areas
gently with soap and warm water
after handling.

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Installation

WARNING Table 1. Typical unit weights and point


Heavy Objects! loading data
Do not use cables (chains or slings)
except as shown. Each of the cables Center of
Net Corner Wt. (lbs) Gravity (In.)
(chains or slings) used to lift the unit Weight
must be capable of supporting the Unit Model (lbs) A B C D Length Width
entire weight of the unit. Lifting YSC036A1*(L,M,X,Y) 453 143 116 90 104 32 19
cables (chains or slings) may not be YSC036A1*(H,Z) 480 151 124 96 109 32 19
of the same length. Adjust as
necessary for even unit lift. Other YSC036A(3,4,W)*(L,M,X,Y) 453 143 116 90 104 32 19
lifting arrangements may cause YSC036A(3,4,W)*(H,Z) 480 151 124 96 109 32 19
equipment or property-only damage. YSC036E(1,3,4,W) 532 165 137 95 134 31 19
Failure to properly lift unit could
YSC048A1*(L,M,X,Y) 478 151 122 102 103 33 19
result in death or serious injury.
YSC048A1*(H,Z) 505 159 130 108 109 33 19
WARNING YSC048A(3,4,W)*(L,M,X,Y) 465 146 121 101 97 33 19
Improper Unit Lift! YSC048A(3,4,W)*(H,Z) 492 154 129 107 103 33 19
Test lift unit approximately 24 inches YSC048E(1,3,4,W) 563 175 145 101 142 31 19
to verify proper center of gravity lift
YSC060A1*(L,M,X,Y) 494 160 127 99 108 32 18
point. To avoid dropping of unit,
reposition lifting point if unit is not YSC060A1*(H,Z) 522 169 134 105 114 32 18
level. Failure to properly lift unit YSC060A(3,4,K,W)*(L,M,X,Y) 494 160 127 99 108 32 18
could result in death or serious YSC060A(3,4,K,W)*(H,Z) 522 169 134 105 114 32 18
injury or possible equipment or
property-only damage. YSC060E(1,3,4,W) 613 190 158 110 155 31 19
YSC072A(3,4,K,W)*(L,X) 720 245 188 129 158 39 21
YSC072A(3,4,W)*(M,Y) 731 248 192 131 160 39 21
Figure 6. Corner weights
YSC072A(3,4,K,W)*(H,Z) 735 249 193 132 161 39 21
YSC072E 793 304 146 219 124 41 23
YSC090A(3,4,K,W)*(L,X) 725 230 203 142 150 42 21
YSC090A(3,4,W)*(M,Y) 729 231 204 143 151 42 21
YSC090A(3,4,K,W)*(H,Z) 741 234 208 146 153 42 21
YSC092A(3,4,W)*(L,X) 806 273 217 143 172 40 21
YSC092A(3,4,W)*(M,Y) 810 274 219 144 173 40 21
YSC092A(3,4,W)*(H,Z) 822 277 222 147 175 40 21
YSC092E 916 370 160 265 121 41 22
YSC102A(3,4,K,W)*(L,X) 883 293 238 161 191 40 21
YSC102A(3,4,W)*(M,Y) 887 294 239 162 192 40 21
YSC102A(3,4,K,W)*(H,Z) 899 297 243 165 194 40 21
YSC102E 953 371 173 277 132 42 23
YSC120A(3,4,K,W)*(L,X) 933 310 253 171 198 40 21
YSC120A(3,4,W)*(M,Y) 945 313 257 174 200 40 21
YSC120A(3,4,K,W)*(H,Z) 958 317 261 177 202 40 21
YSC120E 1030 403 187 283 157 41 23
YHC036A1*(L,M,X,Y) 470 150 120 95 105 32 19
YHC036A1*(H,Z) 497 158 128 101 110 32 19
YHC033A(3,4,W)*(L,M,X,Y) 537 159 139 126 111 32 19
YHC036A(3,4,W)*(L,M,X,Y) 470 150 120 95 105 32 19
YHC033A(3,4,W)*(H,Z) 537 159 139 126 111 32 19
YHC036A(3,4,W)*(H,Z) 497 158 128 101 110 32 19

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Table 1. Typical unit weights and point Table 2. Typical accessory weights
loading data (continued)
Weight - Net lbs
Center of YHC033 YH/ YH/
Net Corner Wt. (lbs) Gravity (In.)
Weight Option/Accessory , 043, YSC036- YSC072-
Unit Model (lbs) A B C D Length Width Description 063 060 120

YHC036E1, E3, E4 544 127 103 204 110 39 26 Economizer 26 26 36

YHC048A1*(M,Y) 511 157 126 108 121 32 20 Motorized Damper 20 20 30

YHC048A1*(H,Z) 539 166 133 114 126 32 20 Manual Damper 16 16 26

YHC043A(3,4,W)*(L,M,X,Y) 577 167 144 139 127 32 20 Barometric Relief 7 7 10

YHC048A(3,4,W)*(L,M,X,Y) 511 157 126 108 121 32 20 Power Exhaust N/A N/A 80

YHC043A(3,4,W)*(H,Z) 577 167 144 139 127 32 20 Oversize Motor 5 5 8

YHC048A(3,4,W)*(H,Z) 539 166 133 114 126 32 20 Belt Drive Motor Standard 31 Standard
(3 phase only)
YHC048E1, E3, E4 790 173 145 266 141 40 25
Hinged Access 10 10 12
YHC060A1*(L,M) 562 176 137 116 133 31 20
Hail Guard 12 12 20
YHC060A1*(H,Z) 574 179 140 119 136 32 20
Through the Base: 8 8 13
YHC060A(3,4,W)*(L,M,X,Y) 550 175 133 110 131 31 19 Electrical
YHC063A(3,4,W)*(L,M,X,Y) 612 180 151 144 137 31 19 Through the Base: 5 5 5
Gas
YHC060A(3,4,W)*(H,Z) 561 178 137 113 134 31 19
Unit Disconnect 5 5 5
YHC063A(3,4,W)*(H,Z) 561 178 137 113 134 31 19
Switch
YHC060E1, E3, E4 748 222 92 345 89 41 24
Unit Circuit Breaker 5 5 5
YHC072A(3,4,W)*(L,X) 756 245 193 137 181 39 22
Conv. Outlet: 2 2 2
YHC072A(3,4,W)*(M,Y) 768 248 197 140 183 39 22 Unpowered

YHC072A(3,4,W)*(H,Z) 772 249 198 141 184 39 22 Conv. Outlet: 38 38 38


Powered
YHC092A(3,4,W)*(L,X) 907 302 238 161 207 39 22
TCI, LCI 1 1 1
YHC092A(3,4,W)*(M,Y) 911 303 239 162 208 39 22
NOVAR 8 8 8
YHC092A(3,4,W)*(H,Z) 923 306 243 165 210 39 22
HPC 1 1 1
YHC102A(3,4,W)*(L,X) 942 306 247 171 217 39 22
Frostat 1 1 1
YHC102A(3,4,W)*(M,Y) 946 307 248 172 218 39 22
Crankcase Heater 1 1 1
YHC102A(3,4,W)*(H,Z) 957 310 252 175 220 40 22
Smoke Detector, 7 7 7
YHC120A(3,4,W)*(L,X) 1035 336 269 191 240 39 22 Return
YHC120A(3,4,W)*(M,Y) 1047 339 272 194 242 39 22 Smoke Detector, 5 5 5
YHC120A(3,4,W) *(H,Z) 1060 342 277 197 245 40 22 Supply
Clogged Filter 1 1 1
Switch

Figure 7. Rigging and center of gravity Fan Fail Switch 1 1 1


Discharge Air Tube 3 3 3
Roofcurb 70 70 115
LP Conversion Kit 3 3 3
All Zone Sensors 3 3 1
Hard Start Kit 3 3 N/A
Reheat Coil 15 15 25
Stainless Steel Heat 5 5 10
Exchanger

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Installation

Foundation
Figure 9. 3-5 ton R-22, 3-5 ton Standard Efficiency R-410A, 3 ton
Horizontal Units High Efficiency R-410A Down flow Unit Supply & Return
Air Opening
If the unit is installed at ground level,
elevate it above the snow line.
Provide concrete footings at each
support location with a “full
perimeter” support structure or a
slab foundation for support. Refer to
Table 1, “Typical unit weights and
point loading data,” on page 16 for
the unit’s operating and point loading
weights when constructing a footing
foundation.
If anchoring is required, anchor the
unit to the slab using hold down
bolts or isolators. Isolators should be
installed to minimize the
transmission of vibrations into the
building.
For rooftop applications, ensure the
roof is strong enough to support the
combined unit and support structural
weight. Refer to Table 1, p. 16 for the
unit operating weights. If anchoring
is required, anchor the unit to the
roof with hold-down bolts or
isolators.
Check with a roofing contractor for
proper waterproofing procedures.

Figure 8. 3-5 ton R22, 3-5 ton Standard Efficiency R410a, 3 ton
High Efficiency R410a Horizontal Unit Supply & Return
Air Opening

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Installation

Figure 10. 4-5 ton High Efficiency R410a, 6-10 ton R22 and R410a Roof Curb
Horizontal Unit Supply & Return Air Opening
Down flow
The roof curbs for these units
consists of a “full perimeter”
enclosure to support the unit.
Before installing any roof curb,
verify;
Return • it is the correct curb for the unit,
Supply • it includes the necessary gaskets
and hardware,
• the purposed installation
location provides the required
clearance for proper operation,
• the curb is level and square. The
top surface of the curb must be
true to assure an adequate curb-
to-unit seal.

WARNING
Combustible Materials!
Maintain proper clearance between
Figure 11. 4-5 ton High Efficiency R410a, 6-10 ton R22 and R410a the unit heat exchanger, vent
Down flow Unit Supply & Return Air Openings surfaces and combustible materials.
Refer to unit nameplate and
installation instructions for proper
clearances. Improper clearances
could result in a fire hazard. Failure to
maintain proper clearances could
result in death or serious injury or
property damage.
Verify that appropriate materials
were used in the construction of roof
and ductwork. Combustible materials
should not be used in the
construction of ductwork or roof curb
that is in close proximity to heater
elements or any hot surface. Any
combustible material on the inside of
the unit base should be removed and
replaced with appropriate material.
Step-by-step curb assembly and
installation instructions ship with
each accessory roof curb kit. Follow
the instructions carefully to assure
Ductwork proper fit-up when the unit is set into
place.
Figure 8, p. 18 illustrates the supply When attaching the ductwork to the
and return air openings as viewed Note: To assure proper condensate
unit, provide a water tight flexible
from the rear of the unit. flow during operation, the
connector at the unit to prevent
unit (and curb) must be level.
Elbows with turning vanes or operating sounds from transmitting
splitters are recommended to through the ductwork. If the unit is elevated, a field
minimize air noise due to turbulence constructed catwalk around the unit
All outdoor ductwork between the
and to reduce static pressure. is strongly recommended to provide
unit and the structure should be
easy access for unit maintenance and
weather proofed after installation is
service.
completed.
Recommendations for installing the
Supply Air and Return Air ductwork

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Installation

joining the roof curb are included in not use cables, chains, or slings • Verify that the installation
the curb instruction booklet. Curb except as shown. location of the unit will provide
ductwork must be fabricated and the required clearance for proper
4. Install a lifting bar, as shown in
installed by the installing contractor operation.
Figure 7, p. 17, to protect the unit
before the unit is set into place.
and to facilitate a uniform lift. • Assemble and install the roof
Note: For sound consideration, cut The minimum distance between curb (if applicable). Refer to the
only the holes in the roof the lifting hook and the top of the latest edition of the curb
deck for the ductwork unit should be 7 feet. installers guide that ships with
penetrations. Do not cut out each curb kit.
5. Test-lift the unit to ensure it is
the entire roof deck within the
properly rigged and balanced, • Fabricate and install ductwork;
curb perimeter.
make any necessary rigging secure ductwork to curb.
adjustments.
If a Curb Accessory Kit is not • Install pitch pocket for power
used: 6. Lift the unit enough to allow the supply through building roof. (If
removal of two Fork Lift brackets applicable)
• The ductwork can be attached and hardware. Remove the two
directly to the factory-provided • Rigging the unit.
Fork Lift brackets, two metal
flanges around the unit’s supply runners and three wooden • Set the unit onto the curb; check
and return air openings. Be sure boards as shown in the following for levelness.
to use flexible duct connections Figure.
at the unit. • Ensure unit-to-curb seal is tight
and without buckles or cracks.
• For “built-up” curbs supplied by
others, gaskets must be installed Figure 12. Fork pocket • Install and connect a condensate
around the curb perimeter flange drain line to the evaporator drain
and the supply and return air connection.
opening flanges.
Factory Installed Economizer
Rigging • Ensure the economizer has been
A Rigging illustration and Center-of- pulled out into the operating
Gravity dimensional data table is position. Refer to the economizer
shown in Figure 7, p. 17. Refer to the installers guide for proper
typical unit operating weights table position and setup.
before proceeding. • Install all access panels.
7. Down flow units; align the base
1. Remove all drill screws fastening rail of the unit with the curb rail
wood protection to metal while lowering the unit onto the Temperature Limit Switch
baserail. Remove all screws curb. Make sure that the gasket Usage for Gas Heat Units
securing wooden protection to on the curb is not damaged
wooden top crate. Units are factory shipped in the down
while positioning the unit.
flow discharge configuration but can
2. Remove Wooden Top Crate. be field converted to a horizontal
General Unit
WARNING
discharge configuration. Some, but
Requirements not all units require a different TCO1
Heavy Objects! limit switch, which is attached to the
Do not use cables (chains or slings) The checklist listed below is a combustion blower motor if
except as shown. Each of the cables summary of the steps required to horizontal discharge configuration is
(chains or slings) used to lift the unit successfully install a commercial used.
must be capable of supporting the unit. This checklist is intended to
Note: The following units require a
entire weight of the unit. Lifting acquaint the installing personnel
limit switch change out for
cables (chains or slings) may not be with what is required in the
horizontal discharge. The
of the same length. Adjust as installation process. It does not
additional limit switch is
necessary for even unit lift. Other replace the detailed instructions
shipped attached to the
lifting arrangements may cause called out in the applicable sections
combustion blower housing.
equipment or property-only damage. of this manual.
Proceed to the Horizontal
Failure to properly lift unit could • Check the unit for shipping Discharge Conversion, Step 5
result in death or serious injury. See damage and material shortage; on page 24 for the following
details below. file a freight claim and notify models "ONLY".
3. Rig the unit as shown in Figure 7, appropriate sales representative. Y*C072A**(H,Z),
p. 17. Attach adequate strength YSC090A**(H,Z),
• Verify correct model, options and
lifting slings to all four lifting YSC092A**(H,Z),
voltage from unit nameplate.
brackets in the unit base rail. Do YHC092A**(M,Y),
YHC092A**(H,Z),
Y*C102A**(H,Z),

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Y*C120A**(M,Y), Table 3. TC01 tripping values Table 3. TC01 tripping values


Y*C120A**(H,Z) TCO1 Tripping TCO1 Tripping
YSC036E**(M,Y), Values Down Values Down
YSC036E**(H,Z), Unit Model flow/ Horizontal Unit Model flow/ Horizontal
YSC048E**(H,Z), Y*C048A**(M,Y) 170F YSC120E**(M,Y) 190F / 260F
YHC043A**(H,Z),
YSC048E**(H,Z)-DD 155F/210F YSC120E**(H,Z) 230F / 210F
YSC048A**(H,Z),YHC063A**(
M,Y), YSC060A**(H,Z), YSC048E**(M,Y)-BD 170F/190F YHC036E**(L,X)-DD 180F
YHC063A**(H,Z), YSC048E**(M,Y)-DD 180F YHC036E**(L,X)-BD 170F
YSC048E**(M,Y) belt drive ID
YSC048E**(H,Z)-BD 155F/200F YHC036E**(M,Y)-DD 170F/190F
motor, YSC060E**(H,Z) direct
drive ID motor, Y*C048A**(H,Z) 180F /220F YHC036E**(M,Y)-BD 180F/190F
YHC048E**(L,X) direct drive YSC060E**(L, X) 170 YHC036E**(H,Z)-DD 170F/190F
ID motor, YHC060E**(L,X) YHC060A**(L,X) 155F YHC036E**(H,Z)-BD 155F/190F
belt drive ID,
YHC036E**(M,Y), YSC060E**(M,Y) 170F YHC048E**(L,X)-DD 145F/155F
YHC048E**(M,Y), YHC060A**(M,Y) 155F / 170F YHC048E**(L,X)-BD 155F
YHC060E**(M,Y) direct drive YSC060E**(H,Z)-DD 170F/200F YHC048E**(M,Y)-DD 150F/170F
ID motor, YHC036E**(H,Z),
YSC060E**(H,Z)-BD 170F YHC048E**(M,Y)-BD 170F/180F
YHC048E**(H,Z) belt drive ID
motor, YHC060E**(H,Z), YHC063A**(L,X) 155F YHC048E**(H,Z)-DD 220F
YSC072E**(H,Z),YSC092E**( YHC063A**(M,Y) 155F / 170F YHC048E**(H,Z)-BD 220F/260F
M,Y), YSC092E**(H,Z),
YHC063A**(H,Z) 170F / 200F YHC060E**(L,X)-DD 140F
YSC102E**(H,Z),
YSC120E**(M,Y), YSC060A**(L,X) 170F YHC060E**(L,X)-BD 155F/145F
YSC120E**(H,Z). YSC060A**(M,Y) 170F YHC060E**(M,Y)-DD 145F/170F

If any of the aforementioned units are Y*C060A**(H,Z) 170F / 200F YHC060E**(M,Y)-BD 170F
installed in the down flow discharge Y*C072A**(L,X) 170F YHC060E**(H,Z)-DD 190F/220F
configuration, remove the additional
Y*C072A**(M,Y) 155F YHC060E**(H,Z)-BD 220F/230F
TCO1 limit switch from the
combustion blower motor and Y*C072A**(H,Z) 145F/155F
discard. YSC072E**(M,Y) 155F Horizontal Discharge
BD= Belt drive ID motor YSC072E**(L,X) 170F Conversion
DD= Direct drive ID motor YSC072E**(H,Z) 145F/155F
YSC090A**(L,X) 155F 3 Through 5 Ton Units
YSC090A**(M,Y) 170F Supplies Needed by Installer for
Table 3. TC01 tripping values
YSC090A**(H,Z) 180F/220F Conversion: 3 oz. tube of High
TCO1 Tripping Temperature RTV sealant. (500°F /
Values Down YHC092A**(L,X) 225F
260°C: Similar to Dow Corning 736)
Unit Model flow/ Horizontal
YHC092A**(M,Y) 180F/220F
YHC033A**(L,X) 170F Note: Failure to use recommended
YHC092A**(H,Z) 200F /260F sealant could result in unit
YHC033A**(M,Y) 220F
YSC092A**(L,X) 155F performance loss.
YHC033A**(H,Z) 210F
YSC092A**(M,Y) 170F If a unit is to be converted to a
YSC036E**(L,X)-DD 180F Horizontal discharge, the following
YSC092A**(H,Z) 180F/220F
YSC036E**(L,X)-BD 170F conversion must be performed:
YSC092E**(L,X) 225F
Y*C036A**(L,X) 170F 1. Remove RETURN and SUPPLY
YSC092E**(M,Y) 180F / 220F
YSC036E**(M,Y)-DD 170F/190F duct covers.
YSC092E**(H,Z) 220F /260F
YSC036E**(M,Y)-BD 180F/190F 2. Locate supply cover. Apply ¼ in.
Y*C102A**(L,X) 225F
Y*C036A**(M,Y) 220F (6mm.) continuous bead of 500°F
Y*C102A**(M,Y) 230F
RTV sealant to the flange as
YSC036E**(H,Z)-DD 170F/190F
Y*C102A**(H,Z) 200F / 260F shown.
YSC036E**(H,Z)-BD 155F/190F
Y*C102E**(L,X) 225F
Y*C036A**(H,Z) 210F
YSC102E**(M,Y) 230F
YHC043A**(L,X) 170F
YSC102E**(H,Z) 200F / 260F
YHC043A**(M,Y) 170F
Y*C120A**(L,X) 230F
YHC043A**(H,Z) 180F /220F
Y*C120A**(M,Y) 190F / 260F
YSC048E**(L,X)-DD 180F
Y*C120A**(H,Z) 230F / 210F
YSC048E**(L,X)-BD 170F
YSC120E**(L,X) 230F
Y*C048A**(L,X) 170F

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required for the unit


Figure 13. undergoing installation. Figure 16.
6. After completing installation of LOCATION OF TCO1 LIMIT
FOR THE Y(S/H)C036E, YS048E,
the duct covers for horizontal AND YSC060E UNITS

discharge, proceed to TCO-1


instructions. FLAME
ROLLOUT
LIMIT
RTV Sealant
TCO-1 Instructions:
If the unit being installed is listed in
the following table the limit control
TCO1 must be replaced with the
extra limit control shipped in the
3. Position duct cover as shown,
heater compartment. Replace TCO1
rotate 90 degrees to allow
following the instructions in steps
entrance into supply opening.
1through 3 below. If the unit being
Note: If unit is equipped with installed does not correspond to any
Discharge Air Sensing option
refer to the following figure
in the following table, skip steps1
through 3 and go on to next step in
WARNING
Hazardous Voltage!
for proper tube positioning the installation process.
Disconnect all electric power,
based on unit tonnage.
including remote disconnects before
Unit Model Number servicing. Follow proper lockout/
Figure 14. YSC036E**(M,Y), YSC036E**(H,Z), tagout procedures to ensure the
YSC048E**(H,Z), YHC043A**(H,Z), power can not be inadvertently
YSC048A**(H,Z), YHC063A**(M,Y), energized. Failure to disconnect
YSC060A**(H,Z), YHC063A**(H,Z), power before servicing could result
YSC048E**(M,Y) belt drive ID motor, in death or serious injury.
YSC060E**(H,Z) direct drive ID 1. Remove the heat section access
motor, YHC048E**(L,X) direct drive panel.
ID motor, YHC060E**(L,X) belt drive
ID motor, YHC036E**(M,Y), 2. Remove TCO1 from shipping
YHC048E**(M,Y), YHC060E**(M,Y) location, attached to the
direct drive ID motor, combustion blower.
YHC036E**(H,Z), YHC048E**(H,Z) 3. Replace and discard the existing
belt drive ID motor, YHC060E**(H,Z). TCO1 originally installed at the
factory for down flow operation
with the TCO1 shipped attached
Figure 15. to the combustion blower for
horizontal operation.
4. Replace heat section access
panel.
4. Slide duct covers into duct
openings until inward edge of Horizontal Discharge
duct cover engages with the 2
retaining clips on the duct
Conversion
flanges. Secure the outward
edge of each duct cover with 2 6 Through 10 Ton Units
screws. Supplies Needed by Installer for
5. Slide RETURN DUCT COVER Conversion: 3 oz. tube of high
(insulation side up) into supply Temperature RTV sealant. (500°F /
opening until inward edge of 260°C: Similar to Dow Corning 736)
duct cover engages with the 2 Note: Failure to use recommended
retaining clips on the duct flange. sealant could result in unit
Secure outward edge of the duct performance loss.
cover with two screws.
If a unit is to be converted to a
Note: Certain unit/electric heater Horizontal discharge, the following
combinations require a limit conversion must be performed:
switch change out for
horizontal airflow 1. Remove RETURN and SUPPLY
applications. Refer to the duct covers.
following instructions to
determine if this process is
22 RT-SVX21F-EN
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2. Place SUPPLY DUCT COVER over required for the unit 3. Replace and discard the existing
down-flow return opening. undergoing installation. TCO1 originally installed at the
(insulation side down) factory for down flow operation
6. After completing installation of
with the TCO1 shipped attached
3. Using self-drilling screws, (or the duct covers for horizontal
to the combustion blower for
screws removed from duct discharge, proceed to TCO-1
horizontal operation.
cover), screw through dimples to instructions.
attach DUCT COVER to base. 4. Replace heat section access
panel.
Figure 19. Duct cover
Figure 17.
Figure 20.
Supply Duct Cover

Supply duct cover

Insulation side
down

Screw into 4
Return duct
dimples on top Insulation side up
cover
edge

4. On original RETURN DUCT TCO1 Instructions:


COVER, apply ¼”(6mm.)
If the unit being installed is listed in
continuous bead of 500°F RTV
the following table the limit control
sealant around flange (opposite
TCO1 must be replaced with the Return Air Smoke
insulation side), as shown.
extra limit control shipped in the
heater compartment. Replace TCO1 Detector
Figure 18. following the instructions in steps The factory installed Return Air
1through 3 below. If the unit being Smoke Detector is installed in the
installed does not correspond to any Down flow discharge position. No
in the following table, skip steps1 additional field setup is required.
through 3 and go on to next step in
the installation process. If a unit is to be converted to
RTV Sealant Horizontal discharge, the following
Unit Model Number conversion must be performed:
Y*C072A**(H,Z), YHC092A**(M,Y), 1. If the unit has an economizer, it
YHC092A**(H,Z), YSC090A**(H,Z), must be pulled out in the
YSC092A**(H,Z), Y*C102A**(H,Z), operating position.
Y*C120A**(M,Y), Y*C120A**(H,Z),
5. Slide RETURN DUCT COVER YSC072E**(H,Z),YSC092E**(M,Y), 2. Remove the 3 screws from the
(insulation side up) into supply YSC092E**(H,Z), YSC102E**(M,Y), mounting brackets. Refer to
opening until inward edge of YSC102E**(H,Z), YSC120E**(M,Y), Down flow View for screw
duct cover engages with the 2 YSC120E**(H,Z) locations.
retaining clips on the duct flange.
Secure outward edge of the duct
cover with two screws.
WARNING
Hazardous Voltage!
Note: If Unit is equipped with Disconnect all electric power,
Return Air Smoke Detector, including remote disconnects before
refer to field conversion servicing. Follow proper lockout/
instructions for horizontal tagout procedures to ensure the
discharge before installing power can not be inadvertently
return air duct. energized. Failure to disconnect
Note: Note: Certain unit/electric power before servicing could result
heater combinations require in death or serious injury.
a limit switch change out for 1. Remove the heat section access
horizontal airflow panel.
applications. Refer to the
following instructions to 2. Remove TCO1 from shipping
determine if this process is location, attached to the
combustion blower.

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Note: Check to insure that the Main Electrical Power


flexible tubing lies flat on the Requirements
Figure 21. Down flow view base pan surface.
4. Slide the top bracket down the
copper sensing tube. For
WARNING
Hazardous Voltage w/
YSC036A-060A, YHC033A-060A, Capacitors!
YSC036E-060E, and YHC036E
units insert the tab on the left Disconnect all electric power,
side into the slot on the indoor including remote disconnects and
coil block off and secure the right discharge all motor start/run
side of the bracket with one of capacitors before servicing. Follow
the 3 screws removed in step 2. proper lockout/tagout procedures to
Refer to Horizontal View 1. For ensure the power cannot be
YSC072A-120A, YHC072A-120A, inadvertently energized. Verify with
YHC048E-060E and YSC072E- an appropriate voltmeter that all
120E units secure the tab on left capacitors have discharged. Failure
side to the indoor coil block off to disconnect power and discharge
with one of the screws removed capacitors before servicing could
in step 2 and secure the right result in death or serious injury.
side of the bracket with one of Verify that the power supply
the screws removed from the complies with the unit nameplate
access panel. Refer to Horizontal specifications.
View 2.
• Inspect all control panel
components; tighten any loose
Figure 23. Horizontal view connections.
• Connect properly sized and
3. Lift the tube and bracket from the protected power supply wiring to
down flow duct opening. Rotate a field-supplied/installed
the tube and bracket assembly disconnect switch and to the
180 degrees ensuring that the main power terminal block
holes on the copper sensing tube (HTB1) in the unit control panel.
face away from the unit and face
the return air ductwork. Refer to • Install proper grounding wires to
Horizontal View. an earth ground.
Note: All field-installed wiring must
comply with NEC and
Figure 22. Horizontal view 2 applicable local codes.

Through the Base Gas


Installation
The gas supply line must extend
4-5/8" above the basepan. The
"Through the Base Gas kit" is located
in the Heat Vestibule compartment.
To gain access to the kit, remove the
Heat Compartment access panel.
Remove the pipe assembly strapped
5. Using the remaining 2 screws
to the manifold. Unscrew 90° elbow
removed in step 2, secure the
from 6 1/2" nipple and slide rubber
bottom bracket. Refer to
grommet off of nipple.
4 Horizontal View.
1. Remove the plastic plug from the
Note: Larger diameter holes on
hole in the center post and insert
bottom bracket line up with
the grommet removed from
the dimples on the rear panel.
6-1/2" pipe nipple.
The smaller diameter holes
line up with the screw holes 2. Using pipe sealant, attach the 90°
in the rear panel. elbow to the gas supply line.
3. Disconnect the 5" pipe nipple
and union from the "Through the
2
Base Gas kit assembly".

24 RT-SVX21F-EN
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4. Using pipe sealant, attach the 6 piping in excess of 0.50 psig or 6. 6. Replace evaporator access
1/2" nipple and gas shutoff 14 " W.C. to prevent component panel and supply air access
assembly to the 90° elbow on the failure. panels.
gas supply line.
• Drip leg Installed in the gas
5. Using pipe sealant, attach the 5" piping near the unit. To convert drain condensate
pipe nipple and union to the through the base of unit:
• Minimum gas supply pressure
street el attached to the gas
should be 4.5" W.C. 1. Remove evaporator access
valve.
• Maximum gas supply pressure panel and supply air access
6. Connect 5" pipe nipple and union panels.
must not exceed 14.0" W.C.
to 6 1/2" nipple and gas shutoff
assembly. • Manifold pressure for single 2. Remove the support panel that
stage heaters should be set to the condensate drain pan exits
3.3" W.C. through.
Figure 24. Typical through the base
• Manifold pressure for two stage 3. Slide the condensate drain pan
gas installation out of the unit.
heaters should be set to 3.5"
W.C. on HIGH FIRE and 1.8" W.C. 4. Place on a level surface in the
on LOW FIRE. position it was removed from the
• Flue Exhaust clear of any unit.
obstruction. 5. Remove the plug knockout in the
bottom of the drainpan to
Condensate Drain convert it to through the base
Configuration drainage.
An evaporator condensate drain 6. Plug the original condensate
connection is provided on each unit. drain opening with a field
Refer to Figure 8, p. 18 and Figure 10, supplied 3/4" NPT plug.
p. 19 for the appropriate drain 7. Slide the condensate drain pan
location. back into the unit, align the drain
The condensate drain pan is factory support with the grommeted
installed to drain condensate to the opening in the rear support
Requirements for Gas back side of the unit. See Figure 8, panel and push until the support
p. 18 and Figure 10, p. 19. It can be is seated in the grommet.
Heat converted to drain condensate out 8. Replace the front support panel
Note: The unit gas train and the front side of the unit or through by aligning the panel with tabs in
Optional Through The Base the base. the raceway. Align the plugged
Gas Shut-Off Valve are rated To convert drain condensate out the condensate drain pan coupling
at 1/2 PSIG maximum. A front of unit: in the grommeted hole as the
pressure reducing regulator panel is put in place.
is recommended to prevent 1. Remove evaporator access
this maximum from being panel and supply air access 9. Replace evaporator access panel
exceeded. These components panels. and supply air access panels.
must be isolated during field 2. Remove the support panel that A condensate trap must be installed
gas piping test that exceed the condensate drain pan exits at the unit due to the drain
1/2 PSIG. It is recommended connection being on the “negative
through.
that the field piping be pressure” side of the fan. Install the
capped prior to the unit gas 3. Slide the condensate drain pan P-Trap using the guidelines in
train or Optional Through out of the unit and rotate 180°. Figure 25, p. 26.
The Base Gas Shut-Off Valve 4. Slide the condensate drain pan
if present. A condensate drain line must be
back into the unit, align the drain connected to the P-Trap. Pitch the
with the grommeted opening in drain lines at least 1/2 inch for every
the rear support panel and push 10 feet of horizontal run to assure
• Gas supply line properly sized until the coupling is seated in the
and connected to the unit gas proper condensate flow. Do not allow
grommet. the horizontal run to sag causing a
train.
5. Replace the front support panel possible double-trap condition which
• All gas piping joints properly could result in condensate backup
by aligning the panel with tabs in
sealed. the raceway. Align the due to “air lock”.
• Gas piping leak checked with a condensate drain pan support in
soap solution. If piping the grommeted hole as the panel
connections to the unit are is put in place.
complete, do not pressurize

RT-SVX21F-EN 25
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Verify that the power supply (UDC) or circuit breaker (UCB). If


Figure 25. Condensate trap available is compatible with the unit’s neither a factory mounted
nameplate ratings. The available nonfused disconnect switch
installation
supply power must be within 10% of (UDC) or circuit breaker (UCB)
the rated voltage stamped on the was factory mounted, field
nameplate. Use only copper wiring connections should be
conductors to connect the power terminated in the control box at
supply to the unit. Compressor Contactor # 1 (CC1).
2. Provide proper grounding for the
CAUTION unit in accordance with local and
Equipment Damage! national codes.
Use copper conductors only. Unit Note: Black Gasket is shipped from
terminals are not designed to accept the factory and is located in
other types of conductors. Failure to the literature Ship With bag
use copper conductors may result in in the control box. Apply
equipment damage. Black Gasket around conduit
Note: If the unit is not equipped plate on all 4 sides after
with an optional factory installation to prevent air
installed non-fused leakage from the building
disconnect switch or circuit entering the electrical
breaker, a field supplied enclosures.
Filter Installation disconnect switch must be Note: Seal between wiring and
installed at or near the unit in conduit with Black Gasket or
Each unit ships with one inch filters. accordance with the National
The quantity of filters is determined weather proof sealer to
Electrical Code (NEC latest prevent air leakage from the
by unit size. Access to the filters is edition).
obtained by removing the indoor fan building entering the
access panel. To modify the unit’s electrical enclosures. Also
filter rack to accept two inch filters, Main Unit Power seal around conduit and
remove the L-shaped angle wiring at all roof and curb
attachment screws and rotate the Standard Wiring penetrations.
angles 90 degrees.
1. Location of the applicable
Reinstall the screws and insert new electrical service entrance is Figure 26.
filters. Refer to the unit Service Facts illustrated in “Unit Dimensions,”
(shipped with each unit) for filter p. 12. Complete the unit’s power
requirements. wiring connections at
Note: Do not operate the unit Compressor Contactor # 1 (CC1)
without filters. inside the unit control panel.
Refer to the customer connection
diagram that is shipped with the
Field Installed Power unit for specific termination
Wiring points
An overall dimensional layout for the 2. Provide proper grounding for the
field installed wiring entrance into unit in accordance with local and
the unit is illustrated in “Unit national codes.
Dimensions,” p. 12. To insure that the
unit’s supply power wiring is Main Unit Power
properly sized and installed, follow
the following guidelines.
Optional TBUE Wiring
WARNING (Through the Base Electrical
Option)
Ground Wire!
All field-installed wiring must be 1. Location of the applicable Field Installed Control Wiring
completed by qualified personal. All electrical service is illustrated
field-installed wiring must comply below. Refer to the customer An overall layout of the various
with NEC and applicable local codes, connection diagram that is control options available with the
failure codes. Failure to follow this shipped with the unit for specific required number of conductors for
instruction could result in death or termination points. The each control device is illustrated in
serious injuries. termination points, depending Figure 24, p. 25.
on the customer option selected
would be a factory mounted
nonfused disconnect switch
26 RT-SVX21F-EN
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Note: All field wiring must conform 4. Route low voltage wiring per Note: Ensure that the wiring
to NEC guidelines as well as illustrations on page 24. between controls and the
state and local codes. unit’s termination point does
not exceed two and a half
Table 4. Electromechanical Thermostat (2.5) ohms/conductor for the
Control Power Transformer 24V AC Conductors with length of the run.
The 24 volt control power ReliaTel
transformers are to be used only with • Do not run the electrical wires
Distance from Unit Recommended transporting DC signals in or
the accessories called out in this to Control Wire Size
manual. Transformers rated greater around conduit housing high
000 - 460 feet 18 gauge voltage wires.
than 50 VA are equipped with
internal circuit breakers. If a circuit 000 - 140 m .75 mm2
• Route low voltage wiring per
breaker trips, turn “Off” all power to 461 - 732 feet 16 gauge illustrations on page 24.
the unit before attempting to reset it. 141 - 223 m 1.3 mm2

WARNING 733 - 1000 feet


224 - 305 m
14 gauge
2.0 mm2
DC Conductors
Hazardous Voltage!
Disconnect all electric power, Table 6. Zone Sensor Module wiring
including remote disconnects before Distance from Unit Recommended
servicing. Follow proper lockout/ Table 5. Electromechanical Thermostat to Control Wire Size
tagout procedures to ensure the 24V AC Conductors with
0 - 150 feet 22 gauge
power can not be inadvertently Electromechanical Unit
0 - 45.7 m .33 mm2
energized. Failure to disconnect Distance from Unit Recommended
power before servicing could result to Control Wire Size 151 - 240 feet 20 gauge
in death or serious injury. 0 - 30 feet 22 gauge 46 - 73.1 m .50 mm2

Failure to disconnect power before 0 - 9.1 m .33 m2 241 -385 feet 18 gauge
servicing can cause severe personal 31 - 50 feet 20 gauge 73.5 - 117.3 m .75 mm2
injury or death.
9.5 - 15.2 m .50m2 386 - 610 feet 16 gauge
The transformer is located in the 117.7 - 185.9 m 1.3 mm2
51 - 75 feet 18 gauge
control panel. The circuit breaker is
15.5 - 22.9 m .75 m2 611 - 970 feet 14 gauge
located on the left side of the
transformer and can be reset by 76 - 125 feet 16 gauge 186.2 - 295.7 m 2.0 mm2
pressing in on the black reset button. 23.1 - 38.1 m 1.3 m2
126 - 200 feet 14 gauge
Controls using 24 VAC
38.4 - 60.9 m 2.0 m2
Before installing any connecting
wiring, refer to “Unit Dimensions,”
p. 12 for the electrical access Controls using DC Analog
locations provided on the unit and Input/Outputs
Table 4 or Table 5 for AC conductor
sizing guidelines, and;
(Standard Low Voltage Multi
1. Use copper conductors unless conductor Wire)
otherwise specified.
Before installing any connecting
2. Ensure that the AC control wiring wiring between the unit and
between the controls and the components utilizing a DC analog
unit’s termination point does not input\output signal, refer to “Unit
exceed three (3) ohms/conductor Dimensions,” p. 12 for the electrical
for the length of the run. access locations provided on the
Note: Resistance in excess of 3 unit.
ohms per conductor may • Table 6 lists the conductor sizing
cause component failure due guidelines that must be followed
to insufficient AC voltage when interconnecting the DC
supply. binary output devices and the
Note: Be sure to check all loads and system components utilizing a
conductors for grounds, DC analog input\output signal to
shorts, and mis-wiring. the unit.
3. Do not run the AC low voltage Note: Resistance in excess of 2.5
wiring in the same conduit with ohms per conductor can
the high voltage power wiring. cause deviations in the
accuracy of the controls.

RT-SVX21F-EN 27
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Figure 27. ReliaTel conventional thermostat Figure 29. ReliaTel options module
field wiring diagrams

RTRM

Figure 30. ReliaTel relative humidity sensor


Figure 28. Typical field wiring diagrams for (dehumidification option)
Electro Mechanical

Figure 31. ReliaTel humidistat


(dehumidification option)

28 RT-SVX21F-EN
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Figure 32. Electro mechanical control customer low voltage routing

Figure 33. ReliaTel control customer low voltage routing

RT-SVX21F-EN 29
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Smoke Detector If you have supply and return smoke If you have more than 5 HVAC units,
detectors in all HVAC units, you can you can connect all the supplies
Customer Low Voltage connect a maximum of 5 HVAC units together on one power supply (up to
Wiring (10 detectors) up to one power 10 HVAC units), and all the returns
supply. See the following field wiring together (up to 10 HVAC units) on
When interlocking System Sensor example. another power supply. See the
smoke detectors together, all of the following field wiring example.
detectors must be powered from the Figure 34. Up to 5 HVAC units
same power supply. If the smoke Figure 35. Up to 5 HVAC units
detectors are powered up by
different power supplies, harmonics
are set up and will fry the boards in
some, if not all, of the detectors.
If multiple smoke detectors are
required, all detectors must be
disconnected from the HVAC unit
power supply and connected
together from another single source
supply.
Note: Do not interconnect any
smoke detectors together
that have separate power
supplies. Do not exceed ten
smoke detectors on one
power supply.
Note: Multiple System Sensor
smoke detectors are
connected together using
terminals 1 and 12 on each
detector.

30 RT-SVX21F-EN
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Space Temperature Example #1 illustrates two series Example #3 illustrates the circuit
circuits with two sensors in each required for this sensor. Figure 7,
Averaging circuit wired in parallel. The square p. 33 lists the temperature versus
of any number of remote sensors is resistance coefficient for all sensors.
(ReliaTel™ only) required.
Space temperature averaging is Example #2 illustrates three sensors
accomplished by wiring a number of squared in a series/parallel circuit.
remote sensors in a series/parallel Using BAYSENS077*, two sensors
circuit. are required to accomplish space
temperature averaging.
Using the BAYSENS016* or
BAYSENS077*, at least four sensors
are required to accomplish space
temperature averaging.

Figure 36. Examples

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Figure 37. Typical field wiring diagrams for optional controls (ReliaTel only)

BAYSENS077*
BAYSENS077*
ASYSTAT111*
ASYSTAT111*

BAYSENS106* BAYSENS108*
Zone Sensor BAYSENS110*
Zone Sensor Zone Sensor

BAYSENS119*
ASYSTAT777*
BAYSENS074* Zone Sensor
BAYSENS073*
Zone Sensor Zone Sensor
BAYSENS077*/ASYSTAT111*

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Table 7. Temperature vs. resistance


Table 9. Iron pipe size (SI) millimeters
Temperature
Iron Pipe Size (SI) Millimeters
Degrees Degrees Nominal
F° C° Resistance Length 15 20 25 32 40
of Pipe mm mm mm mm mm
-20° -28.9° 170.1 K - Ohms (Meters) Pipe Pipe Pipe Pipe Pipe
-15° -26.1° 143.5 K - Ohms 4.6 2.15 4.98 9.76 21.23 34.54
-10° -23.3° 121.4 K - Ohms 9.1 1.47 3.39 6.82 15.14 24.06
-5° -20.6° 103.0 K - Ohms 13.7 1.21 2.80 5.63 12.31 19.82
0° -17.8° 87.56 K - Ohms 18.3 1.07 2.43 4.89 10.76 17.27
5° -15.0° 74.65 K - Ohms 22.9 — 2.18 4.38 9.76 15.40
10° -12.2° 63.80 K - Ohms
Capacity of Pipe of Different Diameters and Lengths in
15° -9.4° 54.66 K - Ohms Cu. Meter Per Hr. with Pressure Drop of 74.6 Pa and
Specific Gravity of 0.60
20° -6.7° 46.94 K - Ohms
25° -3.8° 40.40 K - Ohms
30° -1.1° 34.85 K - Ohms Figure 38. Schematic diagram for
35° 1.7° 30.18 K - Ohms
filed gas piping to unit
40° 4.4° 26.22 K - Ohms
45° 7.2° 22.85 K - Ohms
50° 10.0° 19.96 K - Ohms
55° 12.8° 17.47 K - Ohms
60° 15.6° 15.33 K - Ohms
65° 18.3° 13.49 K - Ohms
70° 21.1° 11.89 K - Ohms
75° 23.9° 10.50 K - Ohms
80° 26.7° 9.297 K - Ohms Figure 39. New TC01 location
85° 29.4° 8.247 K - Ohms
90° 32.2° 7.330 K - Ohms
95° 35.0° 6.528 K - Ohms

Table 8. Sizing natural gas pipe mains


and branches
Iron Pipe Size (IPS) Inches
Length
of Pipe 1/2" 3/4" 1" 1 1/4" 1 1/2"
(Ft.) Pipe Pipe Pipe Pipe Pipe
15 76 176 345 750 1220
30 52 120 241 535 850
45 43 99 199 435 700
60 38 86 173 380 610
75 77 155 345 545

Capacity of Pipe of Different Diameters and Lengths in


Cu. Ft. Per Hr. with Pressure Drop of 0.3" and Specific
Gravity of 0.60

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Use the checklist provided below in panels in preparation for starting equal as much as a 20% current
conjunction with the “General Unit the unit. imbalance with a resulting increase
Requirements” checklist to ensure in motor winding temperatures that
that the unit is properly installed and will decrease motor life. If the
ready for operation.
Voltage Imbalance voltage imbalance is over 2%, notify
Three phase electrical power to the the proper agencies to correct the
WARNING unit must meet stringent
requirements for the unit to operate
voltage problem before operating
this equipment.
Hazardous Voltage w/
Capacitors! properly.
Disconnect all electric power, Measure each leg (phase-to-phase) Electrical Phasing
including remote disconnects and of the power supply. Each reading
discharge all motor start/run must fall within the utilization range (Three Phase Motors)
capacitors before servicing. Follow stamped on the unit nameplate. If
proper lockout/tagout procedures to any of the readings do not fall within The compressor motor(s) and the
ensure the power cannot be the proper tolerances, notify the supply fan motor are internally
inadvertently energized. Verify with power company to correct this connected for the proper rotation
an appropriate voltmeter that all situation before operating the unit. when the incoming power supply is
capacitors have discharged. Failure phased as A, B, C.
Excessive three phase voltage
to disconnect power and discharge imbalance between phases will Proper electrical supply phasing can
capacitors before servicing could cause motors to overheat and be quickly determined and corrected
result in death or serious eventually fail. The maximum before starting the unit by using an
injury.Check all electrical allowable voltage imbalance is 2%. instrument such as an Associated
connections for tightness and “point Measure and record the voltage Research Model 45 Phase Sequence
of termination” accuracy. between phases 1, 2, and 3 and Indicator and following the steps
Verify that the condenser airflow will calculate the amount of imbalance below:
be unobstructed. as follows: • Turn the field supplied

WARNING % Voltage Imbalance = disconnect switch that provides


power to the main power
Rotating Components! 100 X AV - VD where; terminal block or to the “Line”
Disconnect all electric power, AV side of the optional factory
including remote disconnects before mounted disconnect switch to
AV (Average Voltage) = the “Off” position.
servicing. Follow proper lockout/
tagout procedures to ensure the Volt 1 + Volt 2 + Volt 3 • Connect the phase sequence
power can not be inadvertently 3 indicator leads to the terminal
energized. Failure to disconnect block or to the “Line” side of the
power before servicing could result V1, V2, V3 = Line Voltage Readings optional factory mounted
in death or serious injury. VD = Line Voltage reading that disconnect switch as follows;
• Verify that the condenser fan deviates the farthest from the Black (phase A) to L1
and indoor blower turn freely average voltage.
without rubbing and are Red (phase B) to L2
• Example: If the voltage readings
properly tightened on the shafts. of the supply power measured Yellow (phase C) to L3
• Check the supply fan belts for 221, 230, and 227, the average • Close the field supplied main
proper tension and the fan volts would be: power disconnect switch or
bearings for sufficient 221 + 230 + 227 = 226 Avg. circuit protector switch that
lubrication. If the belts require provides the supply power to the
adjustment, or if the bearings 3 unit.
need lubricating, refer to the VD (reading farthest from average) =
maintenance section of this 221
manual for instructions.
The percentage of Imbalance equals:
• Verify that a condensate trap is
installed and the piping is 100 X 226 - 221 = 2.2%
properly sized and pitched. 226
• Verify that the correct size and The 2.2% imbalance in this example
number of filters are in place. exceeds the maximum allowable
• Inspect the interior of the unit for imbalance of 2.0%. This much
tools and debris and install all imbalance between phases can

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WARNING Before starting the unit in the


“Cooling” mode, set the system
Use one of the following “Test”
procedure to bypass some time
Live Electrical Components!
switch to the “Off” position and turn delays and to start the unit at the
During installation, testing, servicing
the main power disconnect to the control panel. Each step of unit
and troubleshooting of this product,
“On” position and allow the operation can be activated
it may be necessary to work with live
crankcase heater to operate a individually by temporarily shorting
electrical components. Have a
minimum of 8 hours. across the “Test” terminals for two to
qualified licensed electrician or other
three seconds. The Liteport LED
individual who has been properly Before closing the main power
located on the RTRM module will
trained in handling live electrical disconnect switch, insure that the
blink when the test mode has been
components perform these tasks. “System” selection switch is in the
initiated. The unit can be left in any
Failure to follow all electrical safety “Off” position and the “Fan”
“Test” step for up to one hour before
precautions when exposed to live selection switch is in the “Auto”
it will automatically terminate, or it
electrical components could result in position.
can be terminated by opening the
death or serious injury.
Close the main power disconnect main power disconnect switch. Once
To prevent injury or death from switch and the unit mounted the test mode has been terminated,
electrocution, it is the responsibility disconnect switch, if applicable. the Liteport LED will glow
of the technician to recognize this continuously and the unit will revert
hazard and use extreme care when
performing service procedures with
WARNING to the “System” control.
Live Electrical Components!
the electrical power energized.
During installation, testing, servicing
• Observe the ABC and CBA phase and troubleshooting of this product,
indicator lights on the face of the it may be necessary to work with live
sequencer. The ABC indicator electrical components. Have a
light will glow if the phase is qualified licensed electrician or other
ABC. If the CBA indicator light individual who has been properly
glows, open the disconnect trained in handling live electrical
switch or circuit protection components perform these tasks.
switch and reverse any two Failure to follow all electrical safety
power wires. precautions when exposed to live
• Restore the main electrical electrical components could result in
power and recheck the phasing. death or serious injury.
If the phasing is correct, open the To prevent injury or death from
disconnect switch or circuit electrocution, it is the responsibility
protection switch and remove of the technician to recognize this
the phase sequence indicator. hazard and use extreme care when
performing service procedures with
Compressor Crankcase the electrical power energized.
Heaters (Optional)
ReliaTel™ Controls
Each compressor can be equipped
with a crankcase heater. The proper Upon power initialization, the RTRM
operation of the crankcase heater is performs self-diagnostic checks to
important to maintain an elevated insure that all internal controls are
compressor oil temperature during functional. It also checks the
the “Off” cycle to reduce oil foaming configuration parameters against the
during compressor starts. Oil components connected to the
foaming occurs when refrigerant system. The Liteport LED located on
condenses in the compressor and the RTRM module is turned “On”
mixes with the oil. In lower ambient within one second of power-up if
conditions, refrigerant migration to internal operation is okay.
the compressor could increase.
When the compressor starts, the
sudden reduction in crankcase
pressure causes the liquid refrigerant
to boil rapidly causing the oil to
foam. This condition could damage
compressor bearings due to reduced
lubrication and could cause
compressor mechanical failures.

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Table 10. Service test guide for


component operation
Econ
Test Step Mode Fan (Note 2) Comp1 Comp 2 Heat 1 Heat 2 Ohms

Minimum
Fan On Position Off Off Off Off 2.2K
1 Setpoint 0%
Minimum On Selectable Off Off Off Off
Ventilation
2 Economizer On Open Off Off Off Off 3.3K
Test Open
3 Cool On Minimum (Note 1) Off Off Off 4.7K
Stage 1 Position On
4 Cool On Minimum (Note 1) (Note 1) Off Off 6.8K
(Note 3) Stage 2 Position On On
5 Reheat On Minimum On On Off Off 33K
(Note 3)
6 Heat On Minimum Off Off On Off 10K
(Note 3) Stage 1
7 Heat On Minimum Off Off On On 15K
(Note 3) Stage 2

Notes:
1 - The condenser fans will operate any time a compres-
though the resistance is left on
the test terminals.
Electromechanical
sor is "On.
providing the outdoor air temperatures are within the
3. Auto Test Mode - This method is
Controls Test
operating values.
2 - The exhaust fan will turn on anytime the economizer not recommended for start-up Procedure
damper position is equal to or greater than the ex- due to the short timing between
haust fan setpoint. See unit schematic for correct wire
3 - Steps for optional accessories and non-applicable
individual component steps. This
modes in unit will be skipped. method initiates the different numbers.
components of the unit, one at a
Test Modes time, when a jumper is installed Fan Test and Minimum
across the test terminals. The Ventilation
There are three methods in which the unit will start the first test step
“Test” mode can be cycled at LTB- and change to the next step Connect red thermostat wire (R) to
Test 1 and LTB-Test 2. every 30 seconds. black thermostat wire (G).

1. Step Test Mode - This method At the end of the test mode,
control of the unit will Economizer Cooling
initiates the different
components of the unit, one at a automatically revert to the Connect a jumper wire across OTS
time, by temporarily shorting applied “System” control on Economizer Control (ECA).
across the two test terminals for method.
Connect red thermostat (R) wire to
two to three seconds. For unit test steps, test modes, and yellow thermostat wire (Y1).
For the initial start-up of the unit, step resistance values to cycle the
this method allows the various components, refer to Cool 1
technician to cycle a component Table 10.
“On” and have up to one hour to Connect red thermostat wire (R) to
Electro Mechanical Controls
complete the check. yellow thermostat wire (Y1).
Upon power initialization, the Gas
2. Resistance Test Mode - This Ignition Module (IGN) performs self-
method can be used for start-up Cool 2
diagnostic checks to insure that all
providing a decade box for internal controls are functional. It Connect red thermostat wire (R) to
variable resistance outputs is also checks the configuration yellow thermostat wire (Y2).
available. This method initiates parameters against the components
the different components of the connected to the system. The System Heat 1
unit, one at a time, when a LED located on the IGN module is
specific resistance value is turned “On” within one second of Connect red thermostat wire (R) to
placed across the two test power-up if internal operation is brown thermostat wire (W1).
terminals. The unit will remain in okay.
the specific test mode for Heat 2
approximately one hour even
Connect red thermostat wire (R) to
brown thermostat wire (W2).
36 RT-SVX21F-EN
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Verifying Proper Air Flow With the fan operating properly, The actual external static pressure is
determine the total system external approximately 0.45" w.c., airflow
static pressure (inches w.c.) by; equals 2100 CFM.
(Units with Two Speed Direct
Drive Indoor Fan) 1. Measuring the supply and return If the static pressure reading was
duct static pressure, higher, motor current would have to
Much of the systems performance be lower proportionately to get an
and reliability is closely associated 2. Using the accessory pressure
accurate CFM measurement in direct
with, and dependent upon having drop table in the Service Facts,
drive applications.
the proper airflow supplied both to calculate the total static pressure
the space that is being conditioned drop for all of the accessories 5. If the required CFM is too low,
and across the evaporator coil. installed on the unit; i.e., curb, (external static pressure is high
economizer, etc. causing motor HP output to be
The indoor fan motor is factory below table value),
wired to operate on low speed in the Note: Static pressure is based on
desired CFM and may not be a. Relieve supply and/or return
cooling and heating mode. It can be duct static.
rewired for high speed operation actual static pressure.
should the application require it. 3. Add the total accessory static b. Change indoor fan speed to
Refer to the wiring diagram that pressure drop (step 2) to the "High" and repeat steps 1
shipped in the unit. duct external static pressure through 4.
The indoor fan motors are (step 1). The sum of these two 6. If the required CFM is too high,
specifically designed to operate values represents the total (external static pressure is low
within the BHP parameters listed in system external static pressure. causing motor HP output to be
the fan performance tables of the 4. Measure the amperage at the above table value), increase
unit Service Facts. By understanding supply fan contactor and supply and/or return duct static.
that these motors will safely work compare it with the full load 7. To stop the SERVICE TEST, turn
within these conditions, before an amp (FLA) rating stamped on the main power disconnect
oversized motor is required, will the motor nameplate. switch to the "Off" position or
allow the air distribution system to a. Calculate the theoretical BHP proceed to the next component
be set up properly and diagnostics start-up procedure.
enhanced should a problem occur. Actual Motor Amps X Motor HP
When verifying direct drive fan Motor Nameplate Amps Verifying Proper Air Flow
performance, the tables must be b. Using the fan performance
used somewhat differently than tables in the unit Service
those of belt driven fans. Fan
(Units with Belt Drive Indoor
Facts, plot the total external
performance diagnostics can be static pressure (step 3) and
Fan)
easily recognized when these tables the BHP (step 4a) to obtain Much of the systems performance
are used correctly. the operating CFM. and reliability is closely associated
Before starting the SERVICE TEST, c. When plotted, if the two with, and dependent upon having
set the minimum position setpoint values can not be the proper airflow supplied both to
for the economizer to 0 percent interpolated the space that is being conditioned
using the setpoint potentiometer correspondingly, the static and across the evaporator coil.
located on the Economizer Control pressure will most likely be The indoor fan speed is changed by
(ECA), if applicable. the least accurate opening or closing the adjustable
measurement. Because of motor sheave.
the direct drive motor
ReliaTel™ Control operation, the RPM Before starting the SERVICE TEST,
Using the Service Test Guide in performance is relatively set the minimum position setpoint
Table 10, momentarily jump across constant making the for the economizer to 0 percent
the Test 1 & Test 2 terminals on LTB1 operating current a very using the setpoint potentiometer
one time to start the Minimum reliable diagnostic tool. located on the Economizer Control
Ventilation Test. (ECA), if applicable.
• Example: W_D060 single phase,
low speed.
Electro Mechanical ReliaTel Control
Actual Motor Amp (5.25) =.99%
Control Using the Service Test Guide in
Motor Nameplate Amps (5.3) Table 10, momentarily jump across
Using the Service Test Guide 0.99 X Motor HP (0.6) =.59 BHP the Test 1 & Test 2 terminals on LTB1
perform the proper test mode one time to start the Minimum
connections. Ventilation Test.

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Electro Mechanical Control Verifying Proper Air Flow With the fan operating properly,
determine the total system external
Using the Service Test Guide perform static pressure (inches w.c.) by the
the proper test mode connections. (Units with 5-Tap Direct Drive following method:
Once the supply fan has started, Indoor Fan)
1. Measure the supply and return
check for proper rotation. The Much of the systems performance duct static pressure and sum the
direction of rotation is indicated by and reliability is closely associated resulting absolute values,
an arrow on the fan housing. with, and dependent upon having the
proper airflow supplied both to the 2. Use the accessory pressure drop
With the fan operating properly, table in the Service Facts, to
determine the total system airflow space that is being conditioned and
across the evaporator coil. calculate the total static pressure
(CFM) by; drop for all of the accessories
1. Measuring the actual RPM, The indoor fan motor is factory wired installed on the unit; i.e., curb,
to operate on speed tap 1 in the economizer, etc.
2. Measure the amperage at the cooling and heating mode for
supply fan contactor and electric/electric units. For Gas/Electric Note: Accessory static pressure
compare it with the full load amp units, the motor is factory wired to drop is based on desired CFM
(FLA) rating stamped on the operate on speed tap 1 during and may not be actual static
motor nameplate. cooling. For 3 & 4 ton Gas/Electric pressure drop.
a. Calculate the theoretical BHP units operating in heat mode, the 3. Add the total accessory static
minimum setting is Tap 4. pressure drop (step 2) to the duct
Actual Motor Amps X Motor HP
For these units, a separate tap external static pressure (step 1).
Motor Nameplate Amps terminal is provided to change The sum of these two values
b. Using the fan performance speeds automatically between represents the total system
tables in the unit Service heating and cooling. The motor can external static pressure.
Facts, plot the actual RPM be rewired for different speed Using the Fan Performance Tables in
(step 1) and the BHP (step 2a) settings should the application the Service Facts, look up the
to obtain the operating CFM. require it. Refer to the wiring diagram selected speed tap setting and match
3. If the required CFM is too low, that shipped in the unit and the unit the measured ESP to determine the
(external static pressure is high fan performance tables in the Service approximate CFM.
causing motor HP output to be Facts.
If the required CFM is too low,
below table value), The indoor fan motors are (external static pressure is high) do
a. Relieve supply and/or return specifically designed to operate one or both of the following and
duct static. within the BHP parameters listed in repeat procedure:
the fan performance tables of the a. Relieve supply and/or return
b. Change indoor fan speed and
unit Service Facts. duct static.
repeat steps 1 and 2.
When verifying direct drive fan b. Change indoor fan speed tap
• To Increase Fan RPM; Loosen the
performance, the tables must be to a higher value
pulley adjustment set screw and
used somewhat differently than
turn sheave clockwise. If the required CFM is too high,
those of belt driven fans. Fan
• To Decrease Fan RPM; Loosen performance diagnostics can be (external static pressure is low), do
the pulley adjustment set screw easily recognized when these tables one or both of the following and
and turn sheave are used correctly. repeat procedure:
counterclockwise. a. Increase supply and/or return
Before starting the SERVICE TEST, set
duct static.
• If the required CFM is too high, the minimum position setpoint for
(external static pressure is low the economizer to 0 percent using the b. Change indoor fan speed tap
causing motor HP output to be setpoint potentiometer located on to a lower value.
above table value), change the Economizer Control (ECA), if Note: Minimum setting for units
indoor fan speed and repeat applicable. with Gas or Electric Heat is
steps 1 and 2. 320 CFM per Ton. For 3 & 4
• To stop the SERVICE TEST, turn ReliaTel Control Ton Gas Heat units operating
the main power disconnect in heating mode the heat
Using the Service Test Guide in
switch to the "Off" position or speed set cannot be lower
Table 10, momentarily jump across
proceed to the next component than Speed Set 4.
the Test 1 & Test 2 terminals on LTB1
start-up procedure. one time to start the Minimum 4. To stop the SERVICE TEST, turn
Ventilation Test. the main power disconnect
switch to the "Off" position or
Electro Mechanical Control proceed to the next component
start-up procedure.
Using the Service Test Guide perform
the proper test mode connections.

38 RT-SVX21F-EN
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Return Air Smoke WARNING Electro Mechanical Control


Detector Rotating Components! Using the Service Test Guide perform
During installation, testing, servicing the proper test mode connections.
The return air smoke detector is and troubleshooting of this product
designed to shut off the unit if smoke it may be necessary to measure the Scroll Compressors
is sensed in the return air stream. speed of rotating components. Have a. Once each compressor has
Sampling the airflow entering the a qualified or licensed service started, verify that the
unit at the return air opening individual who has been properly rotation is correct. If a scroll
performs this function. trained in handling exposed rotating compressor is rotating
In order for the smoke detector to components, perform these tasks. backwards, it will not pump
properly sense smoke in the return Failure to follow all safety and a loud rattling sound can
air stream, the air velocity entering precautions when exposed to be observed.
the unit must be between 500 and rotating components could result in
death or serious injury. b. If the electrical phasing is
4000 feet per minute. Equipment correct, before condemning a
covered in this manual will develop The Exhaust Fan will start compressor, interchange any
an airflow velocity that falls within anytime the economizer damper two leads (at the compressor
these limits over the entire airflow position is equal to or greater Terminal block) to check the
range specified in the evaporator fan than the exhaust fan setpoint. internal phasing. If the
performance tables. compressor runs backward
2. Verify that the dampers stroked
There are certain models however, if to the minimum position. for an extended period (15 to
operated at low airflow, will not 30 minutes), the motor
develop an airflow velocity that falls ReliaTel Control winding can overheat and
within the required 500 to 4000 feet cause the motor winding
Momentarily jump across the Test 1 thermostat to open.
per minute range. For these models, & Test 2 terminals on LTB1 one
the design airflow shall be greater additional time if continuing from 2. After the compressor and
than or equal to the minimum CFM previous component start-up or until condenser fan have started and
specified in the table provided below. the desired start-up component Test operated for approximately 30
Failure to follow these instructions is started. minutes, observe the operating
will prevent the smoke detector from pressures. Compare the
performing its design function. Electro Mechanical Control operating pressures to the
Using the Service Test Guide perform operating pressure curve in the
Economizer Start-Up the proper test mode connections. Service Facts.
3. Verify that the dampers stroked 3. Check system superheat. Follow
ReliaTel Control to the full open position. the instruction listed on the
superheat charging curve in the
Using the Service Test Guide in 4. To stop the SERVICE TEST, turn Service Facts.
Table 10, momentarily jump across the main power disconnect
the Test 1 & Test 2 terminals on LTB1 switch to the “Off” position or Superheat should be within ±5 F
one time to start the Minimum proceed to the next component of the superheat chart value.
Ventilation Test. start-up procedure. Remove 4. Repeat steps 1 through 4 for each
electro mechanical test mode refrigerant circuit.
Electro Mechanical Control connections (if applicable).
5. To stop the SERVICE TEST, turn
Using the Service Test Guide perform the main power disconnect
the proper test mode connections. Compressor Start-Up switch to the “Off” position or
1. Attach a set of service gauges proceed to the next component
1. Set the minimum position
onto the suction and discharge start-up procedure. Remove
setpoint for the economizer to
gauge ports for each circuit. electro mechanical test mode
the required percentage of
Refer to the refrigerant circuit connections (if applicable).
minimum ventilation using the
setpoint potentiometer located illustration in the Service Facts.
on the Economizer Control Dehumidification Option
(ECA). ReliaTel Control
Momentarily jump across the Test 1
The economizer will drive to its Momentarily jump across the Test 1 and Test 2 terminals of the LTB1 until
minimum position setpoint, & Test 2 terminals on LTB1 one the unit enters test mode 7. (See
exhaust fans (if applicable) may additional time if continuing from Table 6.) Once the unit is in the
start at random, and the supply previous component start-up or until reheat test mode, verify that the 3
fan will start when the SERVICE the desired start-up component Test way valve has shifted to the reheat
TEST is initiated. is started. position and that the supply
temperature rises 10 deg F more than
when in cooling mode stage 2.

RT-SVX21F-EN 39
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Monitor the suction pressure for 15 • Close the main disconnect switch
minutes. The suction pressure or circuit protector switch that
should remain within 5 psi of normal provides the supply power to the
cooling operation. If the unit has a 2 unit’s terminal block or the unit
speed Outdoor fan and if the Outdoor mounted disconnect switch.
air temperature is below 70° F, verify
that the OD fan is in low speed. WARNING
Live Electrical Components!
Gas Heat Units During installation, testing, servicing
Open the main disconnect switch to and troubleshooting of this product,
shut the unit off and to reset the it may be necessary to work with live
RTRM. electrical components. Have a
qualified licensed electrician or other
Follow the Test Guide in Table 10 to individual who has been properly
start the unit in the heating mode. trained in handling live electrical
ReliaTel Control Momentarily jump components perform these tasks.
across the Test 1 & Test 2 terminals Failure to follow all electrical safety
on LTB1 one additional time if precautions when exposed to live
continuing from previous component electrical components could result in
start-up or until the desired start-up death or serious injury.
component Test is started.
Make sure all personnel are standing
Electro Mechanical Control clear of the unit before proceeding.
The system components will start
Using the Service Test Guide perform when the power is applied.
the proper test mode connections
When starting the unit for the first
time or servicing the heaters, it is a
good practice to start the heater with
the main gas supply turned “Off”.
Once the ignition system and
components have been checked,
open the main power disconnect
switch to reset the unit.

Final System Setup


After completing all of the pre-start
and start-up procedures outlined in
the previous sections (i.e., operating
the unit in each of its Modes through
all available stages of cooling &
heating), perform these final checks
before leaving the unit:
• Program the Night Setback (NSB)
panel (if applicable) for proper
unoccupied operation. Refer to
the programming instructions
for the specific panel.
• Verify that the Remote panel
“System” selection switch,
“Fan” selection switch, and
“Zone Temperature” settings for
automatic operation are correct.
• Inspect the unit for misplaced
tools, hardware, and debris.
• Verify that all exterior panels
including the control panel doors
and condenser grilles are
secured in place.

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Fan Belt Adjustment - even with a straightedge placed Monthly Maintenance


across the fan and motor
Belt Drive Units sheaves. Refer to Figure 9. Before completing the following
checks, turn the unit OFF and lock the
WARNING 5. Remove the belt tension gauge.
The small O-ring now indicates a
main power disconnect switch open.
Rotating Components!
Disconnect all electric power,
number other than zero on the
plunger’s force scale. This WARNING
including remote disconnects before number represents the force (in Rotating Components!
servicing. Follow proper lockout/ pounds) required to give the Disconnect all electric power,
tagout procedures to ensure the needed deflection. including remote disconnects before
power can not be inadvertently servicing. Follow proper lockout/
energized. Failure to disconnect 6. Compare the “force” scale
tagout procedures to ensure the
power before servicing could result reading (Step 5) with the
power can not be inadvertently
in death or serious injury. appropriate “force” value listed
energized. Failure to disconnect
in Table 7. If the “force” reading
The fan belts must be inspected power before servicing could result
is outside the range, readjust the
periodically to assure proper unit in death or serious injury.
belt tension.
operation. Failure to disconnect power before
Note: Actual belt deflection “force”
Replacement is necessary if the belts servicing can cause severe personal
must not exceed the
appear frayed or worn. Units with injury or death.
maximum “force” value
dual belts require a matched set of shown in Figure 40.
belts to ensure equal belt length.
7. Recheck the belt tension at least
Filters
When removing or installing the new twice during the first 2 to 3 days • Inspect the return air filters.
belts, do not stretch them over the of operation. Belt tension may Clean or replace them if
sheaves. Loosen the belts using the decrease until the new belts are necessary. Refer to the unit
belt tension adjustment bolts on the “run in”. Service Facts for filter
motor mounting base. information.
Figure 40. Belt tension gauge
Once the new belts are installed,
using a Browning or Gates tension Filters
gauge (or equivalent) illustrated in
Inspect the return air filters. Clean or
Figure 40; adjust the belt tension as
replace them if necessary. Refer to
follows;
the unit Service Facts for filter
1. To determine the appropriate information.
belt deflection;
a. Measure the center-to-center Return Air Smoke Detector
shaft distance (in inches) Maintenance
between the fan and motor
sheaves. Airflow through the unit is affected
by the amount of dirt and debris
b. Divide the distance accumulated on the indoor coil and
measured in Step 1a by 64; filters. To insure that airflow through
the resulting value the unit is adequate for proper
represents the amount of Table 11. Belt Tension Measurement sampling by the return air smoke
belt deflection that and Deflection
corresponds to the proper
Deflection Force (Lbs.)
belt tension.
Belts Small
2. Set the large O-ring on the belt Cross P.D Super Steel Cable
tension gauge at the deflection Section Range Gripbelts Gripnotch Gripbelts
value determined in Step 1b. Min. Max. Min. Max. Min. Max
3. Set the small O-ring at zero on 3.0 - 3.6 3 4 1/2 3 7/8 5 1/2 3 1/4 4
the force scale of the gauge A 3.8 - 4.8 3 1/2 5 4 1/2 6 1/4 3 3/4 4 3/4
plunger.
5.0 - 7.0 4 5 1/2 5 6 7/8 4 1/4 5 1/4
4. Place the large end of the gauge 3.4 - 4.2 4 5 1/2 5 3/4 8 4 1/2 5 1/2
at the center of the belt span;
then depress the gauge plunger B 4.4 - 5.6 5 1/8 7 1/8 6 1/2 9 1/8 5 3/4 7 1/4
until the large O-ring is even 5.8 - 8.8 6 3/8 8 3/4 7 3/8 10 1/8 7 8 3/4
with the top of the next belt or

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detector, complete adherence to the • Generally inspect the unit for and condenser coils using the
maintenance procedures, including unusual conditions (e.g., loose instructions outlined below. Be sure
recommended intervals between access panels, leaking piping to follow these instructions as closely
filter changes, and coil cleaning is connections, etc.) as possible to avoid damaging the
required. coils.
• Make sure that all retaining
Periodic checks and maintenance screws are reinstalled in the unit Note: For units equipped with hail
procedures must be performed on access panels once these checks guards follow removal
the smoke detector to insure that it are complete. procedure listed below.
will function properly. For detailed
• With the unit running, check and
instructions concerning these checks Hail Guard Removal
record the: ambient temperature;
and procedures, refer to the
compressor suction and • Unlatch hail guard.
appropriate section(s) of the smoke
discharge pressures (each
detector Installation and • Pull the top of the hail guard
circuit); superheat (each circuit);
Maintenance Instructions provided outward until the fastener studs
with the literature package for this • Record this data on an are free of the retaining nuts.
unit. “operator’s maintenance log”
like the one shown in Table 12 on • Lift the hail guard from the lower
Cooling Season page 44. If the operating retaining bracket and set aside.
pressures indicate a refrigerant To clean refrigerant coils, use a soft
• Check the unit’s drain pans and shortage, measure the system brush and a sprayer (either a garden
condensate piping to ensure that superheat. For guidelines, refer pump-up type or a high-pressure
there are no blockages. to the “Compressor Start-Up” sprayer). A high-quality detergent is
• Inspect the evaporator and section. also required; suggested brands
condenser coils for dirt, bent Note: Do Not release refrigerant to include “SPREX A.C.”, “OAKITE 161”,
fins, etc. If the coils appear dirty, the atmosphere! If adding or “OAKITE 166” and “COILOX”. If the
clean them according to the removing refrigerant is detergent selected is strongly
instructions described in “Coil required, the service alkaline (ph value exceeds 8.5), add
Cleaning” later in this section. technician must comply with an inhibitor.

WARNING
• Manually rotate the condenser all federal, state and local
fan(s) to ensure free movement laws.
and check motor bearings for Hazardous Chemicals!
wear. Verify that all of the fan Heating Season Coil cleaning agents can be either
mounting hardware is tight. acidic or highly alkaline. Handle
• Inspect the unit’s air filters. If
• Inspect the F/A-R/A damper necessary, clean or replace them. chemical carefully. Proper handling
hinges and pins to ensure that all should include goggles or face
• Check supply fan motor shield, chemical resistant gloves,
moving parts are securely
bearings; repair or replace the boots, apron or suit as required. For
mounted. Keep the blades clean
motor as necessary. personal safety refer to the cleaning
as necessary.
• Inspect both the main unit agent manufacturer’s Materials
• Verify that all damper linkages Safety Data Sheet and follow all
control panel and heat section
move freely; lubricate with white recommended safe handling
control box for loose electrical
grease, if necessary. practices. Failure to follow all safety
components and terminal
• Check supply fan motor connections, as well as damaged instructions could result in death or
bearings; repair or replace the wire insulation. Make any serious injury.
motor as necessary. necessary repairs. 1. Remove enough panels from the
• Check the fan shaft bearings for • Clean burner area, verify gas unit to gain access to the coil.
wear. Replace the bearings as heat system operates properly. 2. Protect all electrical devices such
necessary. as motors and controllers from
• Check the supply fan belt. If the Coil Cleaning any over spray.
belt is frayed or worn, replace it. Regular coil maintenance, including 3. Straighten any bent coil fins with
Refer to the “Fan Belt annual cleaning, enhances the unit’s a fin comb.
Adjustment” section for belt operating efficiency by minimizing:
replacement and adjustments. 4. Mix the detergent with water
compressor head pressure and according to the manufacturer’s
• Verify that all wire terminal amperage draw; evaporator water instructions. If desired, heat the
connections are tight. carryover; fan brake horsepower, due solution BUT DO NOT EXCEED
to increase static pressure losses; 150 F maximum to improve its
• Remove any corrosion present airflow reduction.
on the exterior surfaces of the cleansing capability.
unit and repaint these areas. At least once each year, or more
often if the unit is located in a “dirty”
environment, clean the evaporator

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WARNING Note: Secure hail guard latches. Note: Clean the reheat coil on the
same interval and method as
Hazardous Pressures!
the evaporator coil.
Coils contain refrigerant under Figure 41.
pressure. When cleaning coils, Replace the reheat coil to its proper
maintain coil cleaning solution location once cleaning is complete.
temperature under 150°F to avoid Align the screw heads in the top of
excessive pressure in the coil. Failure the reheat coil with the slots in the
to follow these safety precautions evaporator top block off. Press the
could result in coil bursting, which coil assembly into place and verify
could result in death or serious that the reheat coil is flush against
injury. the evaporator top block off. Set the
HAIL GUARD locking bracket on the top of the
Do not heat the detergent-and-water
reheat coil flush with the evaporator
solution above 150º F. Hot liquids
coil top block off.
sprayed on the exterior of the coil
will raise the coil’s internal pressure Apply pressure to the center of the
and may cause it to burst. Failure to bracket and slide the bracket towards
follow proper procedures can result the rear of the unit. Tighten the
in personal illness or injury or severe screw to secure the bracket and the
equipment damage. coil in place.
5. Pour the cleaning solution into
the sprayer. If a high-pressure
sprayer is used:
a. do not allow sprayer pressure
Figure 42.
to exceed 600 psi.
b. the minimum nozzle spray
angle is 15 degrees.
c. maintain a minimum
clearance of 6" between the
sprayer nozzle and the coil.
d. spray the solution
perpendicular (at 90 degrees)
to the coil face.
6. Spray the leaving-airflow side of
the coil first; then spray the
opposite side of the coil. Allow
the cleaning solution to stand on
the coil for five minutes. 10. Restore the unit to it’s
7. Rinse both sides of the coil with operational status and check
cool, clean water. system operation.

8. Inspect both sides of the coil; if it For units with the


still appears to be dirty, repeat
Steps 6 and 7. Dehumidification Option
9. Reinstall all of the components For access to the leaving face of the
and panels removed in Step 1 evaporator, locate the reheat coil,
and any protective covers locking bracket above the reheat coil.
installed in step 2. This bracket attaches the reheat coil
to the Evaporator top block off.
Note: For units equipped with hail Initially there are 2 screws
guards follow reinstallation approximately 2 inches from the top
procedure listed below. of the unit.
Hail Guard Reinstallation Remove and discard the screw on the
• To reinstall the hail guard, locate left, which is in place for shipping.
the bottom of the hail guard in Loosen the screw on the right. Do
the lower bracket and secure it to not remove. Slide the locking bracket
the upper unit bracket with the towards the front of the unit to unlock
attached fasteners. the coil. Pivot the reheat coil to the
vertical position to access the
evaporator face.

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Annual Maintenance Complete Model Number Schematics

• Clean and repaint any corroded


surface. Unit Serial Number Connections

Final Process Wiring Diagram Numbers (from


For future reference, you may find it unit control panel)
helpful to record the unit data
requested in the blanks provided.

Table 12. Sample maintenance log


Refrigerant Circuit #1 Refrigerant Circuit #2
Disch. Liquid Liquid
Current Suct. Press. Press. Super- Sub- Compr. Suct. Disch. Press. Super- Sub-
Ambient Compr. Press. Psig/ Psig/ heat cool. F/ Oil Press. Press. Psig/ heat cool.
Date Temp. F/C Oil Level Psig/kPa kPa kPa F/C C Level Psig/kPa Psig/kPa kPa F/C F/C
- ok - ok
- low - low
- ok - ok
- low - low
- ok - ok
- low - low
- ok\ -- ok
- low - low
- ok - ok
- low - low
- ok - ok
- low - low
- ok - ok
- low - low
- ok - ok
- low - low
- ok - ok
- low - low
- ok - ok
- low - low
- ok - ok
- low - low

Note: Check and record the data requested above each


month during the cooling season with the unit run-
ning.

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ReliaTel™ Control If a System failure is indicated, BAYSENS110*, BAYSENS109*,


proceed to Step 4. If no failures BAYSENS119*, BAYSENS023A all
The RTRM has the ability to provide are indicated, proceed to Step 5. have the remote panel indication
the service personnel with some unit feature. The LED descriptions are
diagnostics and system status 4. If a System failure is indicated,
listed below.
information. recheck Steps 1 and 2. If the LED
is not lit in Step 1, and 24 VAC is
Before turning the main power present in Step 2, the RTRM has LED 1 (System)
disconnect switch “Off”, follow the failed. Replace the RTRM. “On” during normal operation.
steps below to check the ReliaTel
Refrigeration Module (RTRM). All 5. If no failures are indicated, use “Off” if a system failure occurs or the
diagnostics & system status one of the TEST mode LED fails.
information stored in the RTRM will procedures described in the
“Unit Start-Up” section to start “Flashing” indicates test mode.
be lost when the main power is
turned “Off”. the unit. This procedure will
allow you to check all of the LED 2 (Heat)
WARNING RTRM outputs, and all of the
external controls (relays,
“On” when the heat cycle is
operating.
Live Electrical Components! contactors, etc.) that the RTRM
During installation, testing, servicing outputs energize, for each “Off” when the heat cycle terminates
and troubleshooting of this product, respective mode. Proceed to or the LED fails.
it may be necessary to work with Step 6. “Flashing” indicates a heating
live electrical components. Have a failure.
6. Step the system through all of
qualified licensed electrician or other
the available modes, and verify
individual who has been properly LED 3 (Cool)
operation of all outputs,
trained in handling live electrical
controls, and modes. If a “On” when the cooling cycle is
components perform these tasks.
problem in operation is noted in operating.
Failure to follow all electrical safety
any mode, you may leave the
precautions when exposed to live “Off” when the cooling cycle
system in that mode for up to
electrical components could result in terminates or the LED fails.
one hour while troubleshooting.
death or serious injury.
Refer to the sequence of “Flashing” indicates a cooling
To prevent injury or death from operations for each mode, to failure.
electrocution, it is the responsibility assist in verifying proper
of the technician to recognize this operation. Make the necessary LED 4 (Service)
hazard and use extreme care when repairs and proceed to Steps 7
performing service procedures with and 8. “On” indicates a clogged filter.
the electrical power energized. “Off” during normal operation.
7. If no abnormal operating
1. Verify that the Liteport LED on conditions appear in the test “Flashing” indicates an evaporator
the RTRM is burning mode, exit the test mode by fan failure
continuously. If the LED is lit, go turning the power “Off” at the
to Step 3. main power disconnect switch. Below is the complete listing of
failure indication causes.
2. If the LED is not lit, verify that 24 8. Refer to the individual
VAC is presence between J1-1 component test procedures if
and J1-2. If 24 VAC is present, other microelectronic System failure
proceed to Step 3. If 24 VAC is components are suspect. Check the voltage between terminals
not present, check the unit main 6 and 9 on J6, it should read
power supply, check transformer
(TNS1). Proceed to Step 3 if
System Status Checkout approximately 32 VDC. If no voltage
is present, a System failure has
necessary. Procedure occurred. Refer to Step 4 in the
3. Utilizing “Method 1” or “Method “System Status” is checked by using previous section for the
2” in the “System Status one of the following two methods: recommended troubleshooting
Diagnostic” section, check the procedure.
following: Method 1
System status If the Zone Sensor Module (ZSM) is
Heating status equipped with a remote panel with
LED status indication, you can check
Cooling status the unit within the space. If the ZSM
does not have LED’s, use Method 2.

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Heating Failure Method 2 Note: If the system is equipped with


a programmable zone sensor,
Verify Heat Failure by Ignition The second method for determining BAYSENS119* the LED
Module (IGN) LED indicator: system status is done by checking indicators will not function
voltage readings at the RTRM (J6). while the BAYSENS110* is
OFF: No Power or Failure The system indication descriptions connected.
ON: Normal and the approximate voltages are
listed below.
Slow Flash: Normal, Heat Call Resetting Cooling and
Fast Flash: Error Code: System Failure Ignition Lockouts
1 Flash: Communication Failure Measure the voltage between Cooling Failures and Ignition
terminals J6-9 & J6-6. Lockouts are reset in an identical
2 Flashes: System Lockout
Normal Operation = approximately manner. Method 1 explains resetting
3 Flashes: Pressure Switch Fail the system from the space; Method 2
32 VDC
4 Flashes: TC01 or TC02 Open explains resetting the system at the
System Failure = less than 1 VDC, unit.
5 Flashes: Flame w/o Gas Valve approximately 0.75 VDC
Note: Before resetting Cooling
6 Flashes: Flame Rollout Open Test Mode = voltage alternates Failures and Ignition Lockouts
between 32 VDC & 0.75 VDC check the Failure Status
Cooling Failure Diagnostics by the methods
Heat Failure previously explained.
1. Cooling and heating set point
Measure the voltage between Diagnostics will be lost when
(slide pot) on the zone sensor
terminals J6-7 & J6-6. the power to the unit is
has failed. Refer to the “Zone
disconnected.
Sensor Test Procedure” section. Heat Operating = approximately 32
2. Zone temperature thermistor VDC Method 1
ZTEMP on ZTS failed. Refer to Heat Off = less than 1 VDC,
the “Zone Sensor Test To reset the system from the space,
approximately 0.75 VDC
Procedure” section. turn the “Mode” selection switch at
Heating Failure = voltage alternates the zone sensor to the “Off” position.
3. CC1 or CC2 24 VAC control circuit between 32 VDC & 0.75 VDC After approximately 30 seconds, turn
has opened, check CC1 & CC2 the “Mode” selection switch to the
coils, and any of the controls Cool Failure desired mode, i.e. Heat, Cool or Auto.
below that apply to the unit
(HPC1, HPC2). Measure the voltage between
terminals J6-8 & J6-6. Method 2
4. LPC1 has opened during the 3
minute minimum “on time” Cool Operating = approximately 32 To reset the system at the unit, cycle
during 4 consecutive VDC the unit power by turning the
compressor starts, check LPC1 or disconnect switch “Off” and then
Cool Off = less than 1 VDC, “On”.
LPC2 by testing voltage between approximately 0.75 VDC
the J1-1 & J3-2 terminals on the Lockouts can be cleared through the
RTRM and ground. If 24 VAC is Cooling Failure = voltage alternates building management system. Refer
present, the LPC’s has not between 32 VDC & 0.75 VDC to the building management system
tripped. If no voltage is present, instructions for more information.
LPC’s has tripped. Service Failure
Measure the voltage between Zone Temperature Sensor
Service Failure terminals J6-10 & J6-6.
(ZTS) Service Indicator
1. If the supply fan proving switch Clogged Filter = Approximately 32
has closed, the unit will not VDC. The ZSM SERVICE LED is a generic
operate (when connected to indicator, that will signal the closing
RTOM), check the fan motor, Normal = Less than 1 VDC, of a Normally Open switch at any
belts, and proving switch. approximately 0.75 VDC Fan Failure = time, providing the Indoor Motor
voltage alternates between 32 VDC & (IDM) is operating. This indicator is
2. Clogged filter switch has closed, 0.75 VDC. usually used to indicate a clogged
check the filters. filter, or an air side fan failure.
To use LED’s for quick status
information at the unit, purchase a The RTRM will ignore the closing of
Simultaneous Heat and Cool BAYSENS110* ZSM and connect this Normally Open switch for 2 (±1)
Failure wires with alligator clamps to minutes. This helps prevent nuisance
1. Emergency Stop is activated terminals 6 through 10. Connected SERVICE LED indications. The
each respective terminal wire (6 exception is the LED will flash 40
through 10) from the Zone Sensor to seconds after the fan is turned “On”
the unit J6 terminals 6 through 10. if the Fan Proving Switch is not made.

46 RT-SVX21F-EN
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Clogged Filter Switch Test 2 - Cooling Set Point Method 2


(CSP) and Heating Set Point Testing the LED with an analog
This LED will remain lit the entire
time that the Normally Open switch (HSP) Ohmmeter. Connect Ohmmeter
is closed. The LED will be turned off Table 13. Cooling setpoint and heating across LED in one direction, then
immediately after resetting the setpoint reverse the leads for the opposite
switch (to the Normally Open direction. The LED should have at
Nominal ZTEMP
position), or any time that the IDM is Zone Temperature Resistance
least 100 times more resistance in
turned “Off”. reverse direction, as compared with
50 F° 10.0 C° 19.9 K-Ohms the forward direction. If high
If the switch remains closed, and the 55 F° 12.8 C° 17.47 K-Ohms resistance in both directions, LED is
IDM is turned “On”, the SERVICE LED open. If low in both directions, LED is
60 F° 15.6 C° 15.3 K-Ohms
will be turned “On” again after the 2 shorted.
(±1) minute ignore delay. 65 F° 18.3 C° 13.49 K-Ohms
70 F° 21.1 C° 11.9 K-Ohms
This LED being turned “On”, will have Method 3
no other affect on unit operation. It is 75 F° 23.9 C° 10.50 K-Ohms
an indicator only. To test LED’s with ZSM connected to
80 F° 26.7 C° 9.3 K-Ohms unit, test voltages at LED terminals
85 F° 29.4 C° 8.25 K-Ohms on ZSM. A measurement of 32 VDC,
Fan Failure Switch 90 F° 32.2 C° 7.3 K-Ohms across an unlit LED, means the LED
has failed.
When the “Fan Failure” switch is
wired to the RTOM, the LED will The resistance of these
remain flashing the entire time the potentiometers are measured Relative Humidity Sensor Test
fan proving switch is closed, between the following ZSM This component is measured by
indicating a fan failure, and it will terminals. Refer to the chart above measuring the mA output signal on
shut the unit operations down. for approximate resistances at the the Relative Humidity Sensor. Verify
given setpoints. accuracy of the sensor annually. If
Zone Temperature Sensor Cool SP = Terminals 2 and 3 the output reading is 0 mA, first
verify that power is applied to the
(ZTS) Test Range = 100 to 900 Ohms sensor. A reading of 4 mA
approximate corresponds to 0% RH and 20 mA
Note: These procedures are not for
programmable or digital Heat SP = Terminals 2 and 5 corresponds to 100% RH.
models and are conducted Range = 100 to 900 Ohms % RH mA
with the Zone Sensor Module approximate
electrically removed from the 30 8.8
system. 40 10.4
Test 3 - System Mode and Fan
50 12.0
Test 1 - Zone Temperature Selection
60 13.6
Thermistor (ZTEMP) The combined resistance of the
70 15.2
Mode selection switch and the Fan
This component is tested by selection switch can be measured 80 16.8
measuring the resistance between between terminals 2 and 4 on the
terminals 1 and 2 on the Zone Zone Sensor. The possible switch Note: Measurements should be
Temperature Sensor. Below are some combinations are listed below with made from LED common
typical indoor temperatures, and their corresponding resistance (ZSM terminal 6 to respective
corresponding resistive values. values. LED terminal). Refer to the
Zone Sensor Module (ZSM)
Test 4 - LED Indicator Test, Terminal Identification table
at the beginning of this
(SYS ON, HEAT, COOL & section.
SERVICE)
Programmable & Digital Zone
Method 1 Sensor Test
Testing the LED using a meter with Testing serial communication voltage
diode test function. Test both forward
and reverse bias. Forward bias 1. Verify 24 VAC is present between
should measure a voltage drop of 1.5 terminals J6-14 & J6-11.
to 2.5 volts, depending on your 2. Disconnect wires from J6-11 and
meter. Reverse bias will show an J6-12. Measure the voltage
Over Load, or open circuit indication between J6-11 and J6-12, should
if LED is functional. be about 32 VDC.

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3. Reconnect wires to terminals J6-


11 and J6-12. Measure voltage
supplied wires that were
connected to terminals 1 and 2
WARNING
Live Electrical Components!
again between J6-11 and J6-12, on J6.
During installation, testing, servicing
voltage should flash high and
and troubleshooting of this product,
low every 0.5 seconds. The
voltage on the low end will
Unit Economizer Control it may be necessary to work with live
(ECA) Troubleshooting electrical components. Have a
measure about 19 VDC, while the
qualified licensed electrician or other
voltage on the high end will
individual who has been properly
measure from approximately 24 ReliaTel Control trained in handling live electrical
to 38 VDC.
Verify Economizer Status by components perform these tasks.
4. Verify all modes of operation, by Economizer Actuator (ECA) LED Failure to follow all electrical safety
running the unit through all of indicator: precautions when exposed to live
the steps in the “Test Modes” electrical components could result in
section discussed in “Unit Start- OFF: No Power or Failure death or serious injury.
Up”. ON: Normal, OK to Economize To prevent injury or death from
5. After verifying proper unit Slow Flash: Normal, Not OK to electrocution, it is the responsibility
operation, exit the test mode. Economize of the technician to recognize this
Turn the fan on continuously at hazard and use extreme care when
the ZSM, by pressing the button Fast Flash - 1/2 Second On / 2 performing service procedures with
with the fan symbol. If the fan Seconds Off: the electrical power energized.
comes on and runs continuously, Error Code: 1. Verify that the LED on the IGN is
the ZSM is good. If you are not
Communications Failure burning continuously. If the LED
able to turn the fan on, the ZSM
is lit, go to Step 3.
is defective. Pulse Flash:2 Seconds On / 1/2
Second Off: 2. If the LED is not lit, verify that 24
ReliaTel Refrigeration Module VAC is present between R and B.
Error Code: If the LED is not lit and 24 VAC is
(RTRM) Default Chart
1 Flash:Actuator Fault present replace the IGN. If 24
If the RTCI loses input from the VAC is not present, check
building management system, the 2 Flashes:CO2 Sensor transformer (TNS1). Proceed to
RTRM will control in the default 3 Flashes:RA Humidity Sensor Step 3 if necessary.
mode after approximately 15
4 FlashesRA Temp Sensor 3. If no failures are indicated, use
minutes. If the RTRM loses the
the TEST mode procedures
Heating and Cooling setpoint input, 5 Flashes:OA Quality Sensor described in the “Unit Start-Up”
the RTRM will control in the default
6 Flashes:OA Humidity Sensor section or thermostat to start the
mode instantaneously. The
unit. This procedure will allow
temperature sensing thermistor in 7 Flashes:OA Temp Sensor you to check all of the external
the Zone Sensor Module is the only
8 Flashes:MA Temp Sensor controls (relays, contactors, etc)
component required for the “Default
and the IGN.
Mode” to operate. 9 Flashes:RAM Fault
4. Test the system through all of the
Unit Operation without a 10 Flashes:ROM Fault available modes, and verify
Zone Sensor 11 Flashes:EEPROM Fault operation of all outputs, controls,
and modes. Refer to the
This procedure is for temporary sequence of operations for each
operation only. The economizer and
Electro Mechanical Control mode, to assist in verifying
condenser fan cycling functions are The IGN has the ability to provide the proper operation. Make the
disabled. service personnel with some unit necessary repairs and proceed to
diagnostics and system status Steps 5 and 6.
1. Open and Lock the unit
disconnect switch. information. 5. If no abnormal operating
Before turning the main power conditions appear in the test
2. Remove the Outside Air Sensor
disconnect switch “Off”, follow the mode, exit the test mode by
(OAS) from the condenser
steps below to check the Ignition turning the power “Off” at the
section of unit.
Module (IGN). main power disconnect switch
3. Use two (2) wire nuts, to and removing the test mode
individually cap the wires. connections.
4. Locate the RTRM (J6). Connect 6. Refer to the individual
two (2) wires to terminals J6-1 component test procedures if
and 2. other components are suspect.
5. Connect the sensor (OAS) using
two wire nuts to the two (2) field

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Heating Failure Unit Economizer Control 2. Testing the Outdoor Air Switch. If
the temperature is above 60
Verify Heat Failure by Ignition (ECA) Test Procedures degrees, it will need to be chilled.
Module (IGN) LED indicator: Measure the resistance of the
OFF: No Power or Failure Electro Mechanical Control sensor on the ECA SO and +.
ON: Normal This series of tests will allow you to The resistance should be
diagnose, and determine where, and approximately 390 Ohms.
Slow Flash: Normal, Heat Call if a problem exists in the system Replace the Switch if it is open.
Fast Flash:Error Code: economizer operation. Test 1
determines if the problem is in the Replace the ECA if it is out of
1 Flash:No Communication Unit, or if it is in the ECA. Test 2 tests range.
2 Flashes:System Lockout sensor inputs. Test 3 tests the 3. Testing the R1 Resistance.
resistors and sensors. Conduct the
3 Flashes:Pressure Switch Fail Measure the resistance of the
tests in numerical order until
sensor on the ECA SR and +.
4 FlashesTC01 or TC02 Open problem is found.
The resistance should be
5 Flashes:Flame w/o Gas Valve approximately 420 Ohms.
Test 1
6 Flashes:Flame Rollout Open Replace the ECA if it is out of
Verifying that the economizer
range.
actuator (ECA) is functional:
Cooling Failure 4. Testing the R2 Resistance.
1. Using the “Test Mode” described
1. Cooling and heating set point in the “System Start-Up” Measure the resistance of the
(slide pot) on the thermostat has section, put the unit into the sensor on the ECA P and P1.
failed. economizer mode and verify that The resistance should be
2. CC1 or CC2 24 VAC control circuit the economizer actuator (ECA) approximately 130 Ohms.
has opened, check CC1 & CC2 drives fully open (approximately
coils, and any of the controls 90 seconds). Replace the ECA if it is out of
below that apply to the unit range.
2. If the ECA is not driving the
(HPC1, HPC2, LPC1, LPC2, dampers, verify that 24 VAC is
Frostat™). between the ECA terminals TR
and TR1 is present. If 24 volts is
Resetting Cooling and not present, a wiring or terminal
problem exists from the control
Ignition Lockouts transformer. Make any necessary
Cooling Failures and Ignition repairs, see wiring diagrams to
Lockouts are reset in an identical troubleshoot.
manner. Method 1 explains resetting 3. If 24 VAC is present, adjust the
the system from the space; Method 2 minimum position
explains resetting the system at the potentiometer fully clockwise. If
unit. the actuator does not drive, the
economizer actuator is bad.
Method 1 Replace the ECA.
To reset the system from the space,
turn the “Mode” selection switch at Test 2
the thermostat to the “Off” position. Testing the ECA resistors and
After approximately 30 seconds, turn sensors
the “Mode” selection switch to the
desired mode, i.e. Heat, Cool or Auto. 1. Testing the Mixed Air Sensor
(MAS). Disconnect the wires
Method 2 connected to T and T1 on the
ECA, and;
To reset the system at the unit, cycle a. Measure the resistance of the
the unit power by turning the sensor between the wires
disconnect switch “Off” and then 180B and 181B.
“On”.
b. Measure the temperature at
the MAS location. Using the
Temperature versus
Resistance chart, verify the
accuracy of the MAS.
Replace the sensor if it is out of
range.

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Wiring Diagrams

Note: For easier access, published unit wiring diagrams (individual, separate diagrams for unitary product lines) will
become available via e-Library instead of through wiring manuals after 2007. For diagrams prior to 2008 please
refer to wiring diagram books Y_C-SVE001C-EN or Y_C-SVE002C-EN for cooling only units.
Drawing
Number Description
Connection Diagrams
4366-1000 230v/60hz/3ph — 2 - 5 Ton Single Stage Gas Heat / Direct Drive Motor
4366-1002 230v/60hz/1ph — 2 - 5 Ton Single Stage Gas Heat / Direct Drive Motor
4366-1004 460-575v/60hz/3ph — 3 Ton Single Stage Gas Heat / Direct Drive Motor
4366-1005 460-575v/60hz/3ph — 2 - 7.5 Ton Single Stage Gas Heat / Belt Drive Motor
4366-1011 460-575v/60hz/3ph — 4 - 5 Ton Single Stage Gas Heat / Oversize Drive Motor
4366-1016 230v/60hz/3ph — 2 - 7.5 Ton Single Stage Gas Heat / Belt Drive Motor
4366-1017 230v/60hz/3ph — 2 - 5 Ton Single Stage Gas Heat / Oversize Drive Motor
4366-1018 230v/60hz/1ph — 2 - 5 Ton Single Stage Gas Heat / Oversize Drive Motor
4366-1032 460-575v/60hz/3ph — 4 - 5 Ton Single Stage Gas Heat / Direct Drive Motor
4366-1033 230v/60hz/3ph — 7.5 - 10 Ton Gas Heat / Dual Compressor
4366-1034 460-575v/60hz/3ph — 7.5 - 10 Ton Gas Heat / Dual Compressor
4366-1500 230v/60hz/1ph — Single Stage Gas Heat / Direct Drive
4366-1501 230v/60hz/1ph — 3 - 5 Ton Single Stage Gas Heat / Direct Drive
4366-1502 230v/60hz/3ph — Single Stage Gas Heat / Direct Drive
4366-1503 230v/60hz/3ph — 3 - 5 Ton Single Stage Gas Heat / Direct Drive
4366-1504 230v/60hz/3ph — 3 - 5 Ton Single Stage Gas Heat / Oversize Motor
4366-1513 2 - 3 Ton Single Stage Gas Heat / Direct Drive
4366-1514 460-575v/60hz/3ph — 3 Ton Gas Heat / Direct Drive
4366-1515 460-575v/60hz/3ph — 4 - 5 Ton Gas Heat / Oversize Motor
4366-1516 460-575v/60hz/3ph — 3 - 5 Ton Gas Heat / Belt Drive
4366-1517 460-575v/60hz/3ph — 4 - 5 Ton Single Stage Gas Heat / Direct Drive
4366-1518 460-575v/60hz/3ph — 4 - 5 Ton Gas Heat / Direct Drive
4366-1519 230v/60hz/1ph — Single Stage Gas Heat / Oversize Motor
4366-1520 230v/60hz/1ph — 3 - 5 Ton Single Stage Gas Heat / Oversize Motor
4366-1521 230v/60hz/3ph — Single Stage Gas Heat / Belt Drive
4366-1522 230v/60hz/3ph — 3 - 5 Ton Single Stage Gas Heat / Belt Drive
4366-1523 460-575v/60hz/3ph — Single Stage Gas Heat / Belt Drive
4366-1525 230v/60hz/3ph — Single Stage Gas Heat / Oversize Motor
4366-1526 460-575v/60hz/3ph — 4 - 5 Ton Single Stage Gas Heat / Oversize Motor
4366-1529 230v/60hz/3ph — 7. 5 - 10 Ton Gas Heat / Dual Compressor
4366-1530 230v/60hz/3ph — 7.5 - 10 Ton Gas Heat / Dual Compressor
4366-1531 460-575v/60hz/3ph — 7.5 - 10 Ton Gas Heat / Dual Compressor
4366-1532 460-575v/60hz/3ph — 7.5 - 10 Ton Gas Heat / Dual Compressor
4366-1537 230v/60hz/3ph — 6 - 7. 5 Ton Gas Heat / Single Compressor
4366-1538 460-575v/60hz/3ph — 6 - 7.5 Ton Gas Heat / Single Compressor
4366-1539 230v/60hz/3ph — 6 - 7.5 Ton Gas Heat / Single Compressor
4366-1540 460-575v/60hz/3ph — 6 - 7.5 Ton Gas Heat / Single Compressor
4366-4562 230v/60Hz/1Ph — 3 - 5 Ton R410A / Direct Drive Indoor Motor
4366-4564 230v/60Hz/1Ph — 3 - 4 Ton R410A / Direct Drive Indoor Motor
4366-4576 230v/60Hz/1Ph — 3 - 5 Ton R410A
4366-4705 230v/60Hz/1Ph — 5 Ton R410A / Direct Drive Indoor Motor

50 RT-SVX21F-EN
Wiring Diagrams

Drawing
Number Description
4366-5163 230v/60Hz/3Ph — 3 - 5 Ton R410A / Hi Eff
4366-5164 460v/60Hz/3Ph — 3 - 5 Ton R410A / Hi Eff
4366-5183 230v/60Hz/3Ph — 3 - 4 Ton R410A / Hi Eff / Direct Drive Indoor Motor
4366-5184 230v/60Hz/3Ph— 5 Ton R410A / Hi Eff / Direct Drive Indoor Motor
4366-5185 230v/60Hz/3Ph — 3 - 4 Ton Hi Eff / R410A / Direct Drive Indoor Motor
4366-5186 230v/60Hz/3Ph — 5 Ton R410A / Hi Eff / Direct Drive Indoor Motor
4366-5200 460v/60Hz/3Ph — 3 - 4 Ton R410A / Hi Eff / Direct Drive Indoor Motor
4366-5201 460v/60Hz/3Ph — 5 Ton R410A / Hi Eff / Direct Drive Indoor Motor
4366-5202 460v/60Hz/3Ph — 3 - 4 Ton R410A / Direct Drive Indoor Motor
4366-5203 460v/60Hz/3Ph — 5 Ton R410A / Direct Drive Indoor Motor
Control Diagrams
4366-1001 Single Stage Gas Heat / Direct Drive
4366-1027 2 - 5 Ton Single Stage Gas Heat / Belt Drive or Oversize Motor
4366-1045 6 - 7.5 Ton Gas Heat / Single Compressor
4366-1039 7.5 - 10 Ton Gas Heat / Dual Compressor
4366-4702 5 Ton 230v/1Ph / R410A Std Eff — 5 Ton R410A Hi Eff / Direct Drive Indoor Motor
4366-4570 3 - 4 Ton 230v/1Ph / R410A Std Eff — 3 - 4 Ton R410A Hi Eff / Direct Drive Indoor Motor
4366-1031E Through the Base Utility Schematic
4366-1006 2 - 5 Ton Single Stage Gas Heat / Direct Drive
4366-1015 2 - 5 Ton Single Stage Gas Heat / Belt Drive or Oversize Motor
4366-1042 7.5 -10 Ton Gas Heat
4366-1039 7.5 - 10 Ton Gas Heat / Dual Compressor
4366-1047 Novar Schematic 3051
4366-4703 5 Ton 230v/1Ph / R410A Std Eff — 5 Ton R410A Hi Eff / Direct Drive Indoor Motor
4366-4571 3 - 4 Ton 230v/1Ph / R410A Std Eff — 3 - 4 Ton R410A Hi Eff /Direct Drive Indoor Motor
4366-1048 CO2 Sensor / Ventilation Override Schematic

RT-SVX21F-EN 51
Limited Warranty

Combination Gas Electric This limited warranty does not cover Some states do not allow limitations
failure of your combination gas on how long an implied limited
Air Conditioner electric air conditioner if it is warranty lasts or do not allow the
damaged while in your possession, exclusion or limitation of incidental
YCC, YCD, YCH, YCP, YSC and failure attributable or caused by or consequential damages, so the
YHC (Parts Only) unreasonable use of the above limitation or exclusion may
combination gas electric air not apply to you. This limited
conditioner and/or failure to properly warranty gives you specific legal
Models Less Than 20 Tons for maintain the combination gas rights, and you may also have other
Residential Use* electric air conditioner as set forth in rights which vary from state to state.
This limited warranty is extended by the Use and Care manual.
Parts will be provided by our factory
Trane to the original purchaser and This limited warranty applies to organization through an authorized
to any succeeding owner of the real product installed on or after 10/1/ service organization in your area
property to which the Combination 2001 where product is manufactured listed in the yellow pages. If you
Gas Electric Air Conditioner is after 1/1/2000. This limited warranty wish further help or information
originally affixed, and applies to is not retroactive to any installations concerning this limited warranty,
products purchased and retained for prior to 10/1/2001 or on product contact:
use within the U.S.A. and Canada. produced prior to 2000.
Trane
If any part of your Combination Gas THE LIMITED WARRANTY AND
Electric Air Conditioner fails because 2701 Wilma Rudolph Blvd.
LIABILITY SET FORTH HEREIN ARE
of a manufacturing defect within five IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER Clarksville, TN 37040-1008
years from the date of the original WARRANTIES AND LIABILITIES,
purchase, Warrantor will furnish Attention: Manager, Product Service
WHETHER IN CONTRACT OR IN
without charge the required NEGLIGENCE, EXPRESS OR GW-618-4001
replacement part. Any local IMPLIED, IN LAW OR IN FACT,
transportation, related service labor, * This limited warranty is for
INCLUDING IMPLIED WARRANTIES
diagnosis calls, air filters, refrigerant residential usage of this equipment
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
and related items are not included. and not applicable when this
FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR USE,
equipment is used for a commercial
If the sealed motor-compressor fails AND IN NO EVENT SHALL
application. A commercial use is any
because of a manufacturing defect WARRANTOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY
application where the end purchaser
within five years from the date of INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
uses the product for other than
original purchase, Warrantor will DAMAGES.
personal, family or household
furnish without charge the required purposes.
replacement compressor. Any local
transportation, related service labor,
diagnosis calls, refrigerant and
related items are not included.
In addition, if the steel heat
exchanger fails because of a
manufacturing defect within the
sixth through tenth year from the
date of original purchase, Warrantor
will furnish without charge a
replacement heat exchanger. Any
local transportation, related service
labor and diagnosis calls are not
included.

52 RT-SVX21F-EN
Limited Warranty

Combination Gas Electric THE WARRANTY AND LIABILITY SET


FORTH HEREIN ARE IN LIEU OF ALL
Air Conditioner OTHER WARRANTIES AND
LIABILITIES, WHETHER IN
YCZ, YCY, YCX, YCC, YCD, YCH, CONTRACT OR IN NEGLIGENCE,
YCP, YHC and YSC (Parts Only) EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IN LAW OR IN
FACT, INCLUDING IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF
Models Less Than 20 Tons for MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS
Commercial Use* FOR PARTICULAR USE, AND IN NO
This warranty is extended by Trane to EVENT SHALL WARRANTOR BE
the original purchaser and to any LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR
succeeding owner of the real CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
property to which the Combination Some states do not allow limitations
Gas Electric Air Conditioner is on how long an implied warranty
originally affixed, and applies to lasts or do not allow the exclusion or
products purchased and retained for limitation of incidental or
use within the U.S.A. and Canada. consequential damages, so the
There is no warranty against above limitation or exclusion may
corrosion, erosion or deterioration. not apply to you. This warranty gives
If any part of your Combination Gas you specific legal rights, and you
Electric Air Conditioner fails because may also have other rights which
of a manufacturing defect within one vary from state to state.
year from the date of the original Trane
purchase, Warrantor will furnish
without charge the required 2701 Wilma Rudolph Blvd.
replacement part. Clarksville, TN 37040-1008
In addition, if the sealed motor- Attention: Manager, Product Service
compressor fails because of a
manufacturing defect within the GW-606-4800
second through fifth year from the * This warranty is for commercial
date of original purchase, Warrantor usage of said equipment and not
will furnish without charge the applicable when the equipment is
required replacement compressor. used for a residential application.
In addition, if the steel heat Commercial use is any application
exchanger fails because of a where the end purchaser uses the
manufacturing defect within the product for other than personal,
second through fifth year from family or household purposes.

the date of original purchase,


Warrantor will furnish without charge
a replacement heat exchanger.
Warrantor’s obligations and liabilities
under this warranty are limited to
furnishing F.O.B. Warrantor factory or
warehouse at Warrantor designated
shipping point, freight allowed to
Buyer’s city, replacement parts for
Warrantor’s products covered under
this warranty. Warrantor shall not be
obligated to pay for the cost of lost
refrigerant. No liability shall attach to
Warrantor until products have been
paid for and then liability shall be
limited solely to the purchase price of
the equipment under warranty
shown to be defective.

RT-SVX21F-EN 53
Literature Order Number RT-SVX21F-EN
Date February 2009
Supersedes RT-SVX21F-EN (December 2008)

The manufacturer has a policy of continuous product and product data improvement and reserves
the right to change design and specifications without notice.