Product

Data

50ZP
Single-Package Electric
Cooling Units
2 to 5 Nominal Tons

Single Package Air-Conditioning
Units with:
• easy installation design
• corrosion-proof basepan
• pre-painted steel cabinet
• sloped drain pan for improved
indoor air quality
• top cover service access
• lightweight, compact construction

Features/Benefits
Compact, horizontal supply
and return unit, combining easy installation and
maintenance with efficient
performance.
Easy to install
The 50ZP units are small, compact, and
easy to handle. Every 50ZP unit has
an identical 32 x 51-in. footprint to
make jobsite planning simple. The concise design uses less sheet metal and
makes the 50ZP units lighter than other
units. The unit can be easily positioned
on the jobsite with the hand holds built
into the unit basepan. Drop-in cartridge style heaters are utilized to minimize installation time. The 50ZP unit
was designed with potential safety hazards in mind. There are no sharp edges
or corners which could injure a worker.

Top cover service access
The 50ZP units are designed to be serviced from the top. The split-top design allows easy access for installation
and maintenance procedures on the
unit. Routine maintenance tasks such as
coil cleaning are sped up with
through-the-top access. Multiple side
panels do not need to be removed as
with other units.

Copyright 1997 Carrier Corporation

Form 50ZP-1PD

No-rust basepan with
integrated drain pan

Lightweight, compact
construction

The 50ZP units feature a tough, hightech, composite material basepan with
integrated drain pan. The composite
material eliminates the potential problems of rust and premature replacement
which are common with standard metal
basepans.
Each 50ZP basepan is sloped to
eliminate standing water per ASHRAE
Standard 62-89.

The 50ZP unit is the lightest, most compact packaged unit that Carrier has
ever designed. Its light weight (222 lbs
for the 50ZP024 unit) makes the unit
easier to handle. The low height (22-in.
for 50ZP024-036, 30-in. for 50ZP042,
048, and 34-in. for 50ZP060 units)
keeps ductwork to a minimum and
makes the unit less visible.

Durable pre-painted steel
cabinet
The watertight construction and
corrosion-resistant finish of the 50ZP
unit will keep it looking like new for
years. Carrier’s paint treatment process
ensures quality protection against the
elements. A compact, low-profile design
utilizes a louvered coil enclosure for
protection against vandalism and hail
damage.

Indoor-air quality
A sloped drain pan minimizes the
amount of standing water inside the
unit, which limits algae growth. The
drain pan is made of a rust-proof material and will not deteriorate or release
foreign matter into the conditioned air.

Efficient, dependable
performance
The 50ZP units offer 10.0 SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rate) cooling
performance efficiencies. This high performance level can reduce cooling expenses by as much as 25% compared to
older cooling equipment (depending on
local climate conditions). A highefficiency, multi-speed blower motor
system ensures quality performance with
most duct systems. The computerdesigned blower wheel is balanced for
quiet operation.

Rugged, reliable
construction
The 50ZP units utilize a structural beam
design to form the four sides of the
cabinet. Only 12 different pieces of sheet

Model number nomenclature

Table of contents
Page
Features/Benefits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,2
Model Number Nomenclature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
ARI Capacity Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Physical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,5
Base Unit Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-8
Selection Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Performance Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-14
Electrical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Typical Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Typical Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17,18
Guide Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19,20

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metal are used in the unit construction
to simplify the unit for greater reliability.
The 50ZP units are built to last.

Durable, dependable
components
Compressors are designed for high
efficiency. Each compressor is hermetically sealed against contamination to
help promote longer life and dependable
operation. Vibration isolation provides
quiet operation. Reciprocating compressors have internal high-pressure and
overcurrent protection.
Direct-drive multispeed, PSC (permanent split capacitor) blower
motor is standard on all models.
Direct-drive, PSC condenser-fan
motors are designed to help reduce
energy consumption and provide for
cooling operation down to 40 F.
Refrigerant system is designed to
provide dependability. Liquid refrigerant
strainers are used to promote clean,
unrestricted operation. Each unit leaves
the factory with a full refrigerant charge.
Refrigerant service connections make
checking operating pressures easier.

†Required filter sizes shown are based on the ARI (Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute) rated airflow at a velocity of 300 ft/min for throwaway type or 450 ft/min for high capacity type.9 x 27..17 2.000 57. †Rated in accordance with U.1 10 x 8 800 550-1000 3 Low 1 ⁄4 24 x 24 030 236 036 042 048 250 297 310 Reciprocating R-22 3..000 34...1 3.ARI* capacity ratings UNIT 50ZP 024 030 036 042 048 060 NET COOLING CAPACITY† (Btuh) 22. 2..6 Propeller 2000 2000 2600 2600 1100 1100 1100 1100 1 ⁄4 1 ⁄4 1 ⁄4 1 ⁄4 20 20 20 20 Copper Tubes.9 10 x 10 2000 950-1100 3* Low 1 Square 13.9 x 13.15 3..15 4...2 11.1 8.9 13. Aluminum Plate Fins 3. Ratings are net values. Total Face Area (sq ft) EVAPORATOR FAN MOTOR Blower Motor Size (in.000 STANDARD CFM SEER** 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 2000 10.0 SOUND RATING†† (dB) 80 84 84 84 84 84 LEGEND db — Dry Bulb dB — decibels (10 decibels = 1 bel) SEER — Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio wb — Wet Bulb *Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute.17 7.. Government DOE (Department of Energy) test procedures and/or ARI Standard 210/240-89..Fins/in...5 2. ††Rated in accordance with ARI Standard 270-84.3 Direct Drive 10 x 8 10 x 8 10 x 9 10 x 9 1000 1200 1400 1600 550-1000 800-1050 800-1050 1000-1100 3 3 3 2 Med Low Med Low 1 ⁄4 1 ⁄2 1 ⁄2 3 ⁄4 Round 14 14 24 x 24 24 x 24 24 x 24 24 x 30 060 350 7. **All units have factory-installed time-delay relay....9 4.9 1600 825 1 ⁄8 20 2.8 3. NOTES: 1.0 10. Cooling Capacity Ratings are based on cooling standard: 80 F db/67 F wb indoor air entering temperature 95 F db air entering outdoor unit Physical data UNIT 50ZP OPERATING WEIGHT (lb) COMPRESSOR TYPE REFRIGERANT Charge (lb) REFRIGERANT METERING DEVICE CONDENSER Rows.) Return Air (in.15 3. Aluminum Plate Fins 1.800 30.1 Acutrol™ System Copper Tubes...15 2.) Nominal Cfm Rpm Range Number of Speeds Factory Speed Setting Motor Hp CONNECTING DUCT SIZES Supply Air (in.9 6. reflecting the effects of circulating fan heat.) FIELD-SUPPLIED RETURN AIR FILTER† Throwaway (in..) EVAPORATOR COIL Rows.0 10.0 1.15 3.0 10.. 3 .7 4.15 3.200 40.. thick.17 10.7 2800 1100 1 ⁄4 20 4.Fins/in.17 1.17 7.17 2.... Total Face Area (sq ft) CONDENSER FAN CFM Nominal Rpm Motor Hp Diameter (in..S.8 24 x 30 *460-v motors are 2-speed only.) 024 222 3.000 46.4 6...0 10.0 10. Recommended filters are 1-in...9 4.

4 048 060 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X .0 X X 20. Each package has a heater module that slides into keyed mounting slots in the fan inlet. Controls upgrade kit includes high. (Recommended on 208/230-v single-phase units in sizes 024-042 only.0 to 20.0 15. The subbase provides system and fan switching at the thermostat location. Low-ambient kit (Motormastert II device) allows the use of mechanical cooling down to outdoor ambient temperatures as low as 0° F. Heater sizes range from 5.0 X X 10.and low-pressure switches which provide additional safety features and protect the unit from running at unsuitable pressures. resulting in lower installed costs.0 kW) Electronic programmable thermostat provides 2-stage heating and 2-stage cooling control with remote communication ability.0 to 20.0 10.0 X X X 20. The electric heater design allows the use of a single-point power supply for the entire unit. Crankcase heater warms crankcase oil to reduce refrigerant migration and ensure proper compressor lubrication.0 X X X X 15.0 X X ELECTRIC HEATERS (208/230 V — 3 PHASE — 60 Hz) 5. Outdoor thermostat brings second stage of 2-stage electric heater on line when the outdoor-air temperature falls below the set point.0 NOMINAL CAPACITY (kW) LEGEND ODS — Order Distribution System NOTE: Electric heaters are rated at 240 v and 480 v.Accessories ACCESSORY Outdoor Thermostat Crankcase Heater (230-1-60) Thermostat and Subbase Electronic Programmable Thermostat Controls Upgrade Kit Time GuardT II Kit Low-Ambient Kit Electric Heat with Single-Point Kit (5. Solid-state Time Guard II device protects compressor by preventing short cycling.0 20.0 kW.0 X X ELECTRIC HEATERS (460 V — 3 PHASE — 60 Hz) 5.) Electric heaters provide heat in the unit when required.0 X X X X 10. Refer to Multiplication Factors table on page 5 for other voltages. ELECTRIC HEATERS ODS CATALOG ORDERING NO. CPHEATER026A00 CPHEATER039A00 CPHEATER025A00 CPHEATER027A00 CPHEATER029A00 CPHEATER030A00 CPHEATER031A00 CPHEATER033A00 CPHEATER034A00 CPHEATER035A00 CPHEATER036A00 CPHEATER037A00 USED WITH SIZES 024 030 036 042 ELECTRIC HEATERS (208/230 — SINGLE PHASE — 60 Hz) 5.0 X X 15. Thermostat and subbase provide heating and cooling unit control.

25 capacity at 208 v 5 .0 (.75 .0 kW (at 240 v) heater on 208 v = 15.00 Example: 15.84 .69 .THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES ODS CATALOG ORDERING NO.00 .92 1.92 1. TSTATCCN2S01-A TSTATCCP2S01-A 33CSPTN-01 --HH01AD-45 DESCRIPTION Automatic Changeover — 3 Heat/2 Cool (Programmable Residential Thermostat) Automatic Changeover — 3 Heat/2 Cool (Non-Programmable Residential Thermostat) Automatic Changeover — 2 Heat/2 Cool (Programmable Commercial Thermostat) Manual Changeover — 2 Heat/1 Cool (Non-Programmable Thermostat) LEGEND ODS — Order Distribution System MULTIPLICATION FACTORS HEATER kW RATING 240 480 VOLTAGE DISTRIBUTION V/3/60 200 208 230 240 440 460 480 MULTIPLICATION FACTOR .75 mult factor) = 11.

. . . Bottom of Unit .0 (36. . Side Opposite Ducts . Dimensions are in millimeters. . Clearances must be maintained to prevent recirculation of air from outdoorfan discharge. . . . . . . .3 (9. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 914. .6 (14. .00) Unit and Ungrounded Surfaces. .0 (20. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 (30. . . . 6 UNIT ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS 50ZP024 50ZP030 50ZP036 208/230-1-60 208/230-1-60 208/230-1-60. . .00) 355. . .00) 241. .00) Power Entry Side . . . . . . .0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 (9. . . . .0 (30. . .0 (20. . . .3 (9. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Millimeters (in. 208/230-3-60 UNIT WT Lb 222 236 250 Kg 101 107 114 CENTER X 355.6 (14. . .0 . . . .00) OF GRAVITY mm (in. . .00) 241.50) . . . . with the exception of the condenser coil (914 mm [36 in. . . .) Y Z 508. . . . Power Entry Side . . . . . . . . . . Power Entry Side .) Condenser Coil Access Side . . . . 762. . A removable fence or barricade requires no clearance. . 914. . . . . . .8 (42.8 (42. . . . . . . . . 762. . . . . . .00) Unit and Block or Concrete Walls and Other Grounded Surfaces. . .00) 355. . . . . .0 (30. . . .0 (36. . . . . . . . . .Base unit dimensions — 50ZP024-036 REQUIRED CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLE MAT’L Top of Unit . . . . .) Between Units. . . . .6 (14. . .50) 508. 2. . . . Dimensions in ( ) are in inches. . . . .0 Millimeters (in. . . 1066. . . Power Entry Side . . . . . . . .) . . . . . . . . . .00) LEGEND CG — Center of Gravity NEC — National Electrical Code NOTES: 1. . 762. . . .00) (Except for NEC Requirements) Unit Top . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .00) REQUIRED CLEARANCES FOR SERVICING Millimeters (in. . Duct Side of Unit . . . . . NEC REQUIRED CLEARANCES .00) Side Opposite Ducts . . .50) 508. . .0 (20. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .]). . 1066.0 . . . . . . .00) 241. . .

. . . . .00) Unit and Ungrounded Surfaces. . . .0 Millimeters (in. . . . . . . .0 (30. . . . . . . . . . 2. .0 (30.00) 304. . .) . . . . . 914. . 762. .048 REQUIRED CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLE MAT’L Top of Unit . . .00) LEGEND CG — Center of Gravity NEC — National Electrical Code NOTES: 1. . .8 (42. .6 (14. . . . .0 . . with the exception of the condenser coil (914 mm [36 in. . . .0 (30.00) (Except for NEC Requirements) Unit Top . . . .0 (36. . . . . . .]). . . Dimensions are in millimeters. . . . . .) Condenser Coil Access Side . . 208/230-3-60 UNIT WT Lb 297 310 Kg 135 141 X 355. Millimeters (in. . . . . . 914. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (12. . . .0 (36. . .00) 355. . . . . Side Opposite Ducts . . . .6 (14. .00) REQUIRED CLEARANCES FOR SERVICING Millimeters (in. . . . .0 . . . . Power Entry Side . . . . . . . . . . .0 (20. 208/230-3-60 208/230-1-60. . . . . . . . . NEC REQUIRED CLEARANCES . .) Y Z 508. . . 1066. . . .) Between Units. . . . . . . .00) CENTER OF GRAVITY mm (in. . . . . . .8 (42. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .00) Unit and Block or Concrete Walls and Other Grounded Surfaces. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bottom of Unit . . . . 762. Power Entry Side . . . . . . . . . . . . A removable fence or barricade requires no clearance. . .00) Power Entry Side . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 (20. . . . . . . . . . . Duct Side of Unit . . . . . . .00) 7 . . .8. . . . . . Power Entry Side . . . . . . .00) Side Opposite Ducts . . UNIT ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS 50ZP042 50ZP048 208/230-1-60. . . . . . . . . Clearances must be maintained to prevent recirculation of air from outdoorfan discharge. . . . . . .00) 508. . Dimensions in ( ) are in inches. 762.0 .00) 304. . . 1066. .8 (12.Base unit dimensions — 50ZP042. . . . . . . . . .

. . .) Between Units. Dimensions are in millimeters.0 Millimeters (in. . . . . . . .0 . .0 . . . . . . Millimeters (in. 762. . . . . . . .00) CENTER OF GRAVITY mm (in. . . . . . . . . . . . . with the exception of the condenser coil (914 mm [36 in. . . .00) 355. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Clearances must be maintained to prevent recirculation of air from outdoorfan discharge. . . . . . . Bottom of Unit . . . . . Dimensions in ( ) are in inches. . . . . . . . . . . . .) Y Z 508. . . Power Entry Side . . . . . . . Side Opposite Ducts . . .00) Side Opposite Ducts . . .00) .6 (14.00) LEGEND CG — Center of Gravity NEC — National Electrical Code NOTES: 1. . . . . . Power Entry Side . . . . . . 914. . .0 . . .00) Unit and Block or Concrete Walls and Other Grounded Surfaces.00) (Except for NEC Requirements) Unit Top . 2. . .0 (30. . . . . . . 1066. . .00) REQUIRED CLEARANCES FOR SERVICING Millimeters (in. . . . .Base unit dimensions — 50ZP060 REQUIRED CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLE MAT’L Top of Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .00) Unit and Ungrounded Surfaces.8 (42. . .0 (30. . . . . . . . . . . . .0 (20. .) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 (14. . . 8 UNIT ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS 50ZP060 230-1-60. . . . . . . . . .]). . . . . . . . . A removable fence or barricade requires no clearance. . . .0 (36. . .0 (36. . . . . . . . . Duct Side of Unit . . . 914. . . . 460-3-60 UNIT WT Lb 350 Kg 159 X 355. . 208/230-3-60. . . . . . . . . . . . . .00) Power Entry Side . . . . . . .0 (30. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 762. . . 1066. . Power Entry Side . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 (42. .) Condenser Coil Access Side . . . 762. . . . NEC REQUIRED CLEARANCES . . . .

. the motor delivers 1297 cfm. . . . . .20 in. .92 found in the Multiplication Factors table on page 5. . The 5-kW heater at 240 v most closely satisfies the heating required. .5 in. 67 F ewb Indoor-Air Quantity . . . .52 in. Before entering the air delivery tables. . . The 50ZP036 unit provides a total cooling capacity of 34. 15. .000 Btuh Sensible Heat Capacity (SHC) . . 5 kW x 0. . . and the Wet Coil Pressure Drop table.000 Btuh Outdoor Entering-Air Temperature . . 0.000 Btuh Required Heating Capacity . . . . using the formula found in Note 4 following the Cooling Capacities tables. . 34. . . .92 = 4.000 Btuh (given). wg Filter 0. . . . 15. . . . To calculate kW at 230 v. 230-1-60 II Select unit based on required cooling capacity. . From the given. . . . . 50ZP036 unit.4 kW of heat required 3414 Btuh/kW Enter the Electric Heaters table on page 4 for 208/ 240. . wg Wet Coil 0. find: External static pressure 0. .13 in. .6 kW 4.52 in. For indoor-air temperature other than 80 F edb. wg delivers 1276 cfm. single-phase. NOTE: Unit ratings are net capacities. Filter Pressure Drop table. . . wg Total static pressure 0. . The required heating capacity is 15. calculate sensible heat capacity correction. wg external static pressure and high speed.704 Btuh IV Determine fan speed and power requirements at design conditions. . . wg Electric Heat 0. 1200 cfm External Static Pressure . . . III Select electric heat. . Enter Cooling Capacities table at condenser entering temperature of 95 F. .Selection procedure I Determine cooling and heating requirements at design conditions. . . . . the Accessory Electric Heat Pressure Drop table. Interpolating for 0. At 0. . .6 kW x 3414 Btuh/kW = 15. . .200 Btuh and a sensible heat capacity of 25. . . wg Enter the table for Dry Coil Air Delivery — Horizontal Discharge. . .000 Btuh = 4. . . multiply the heater kW by multiplication factor 0. . . . . . which satisfies the job requirements. . . . as required. . Determine the electric heat capacity in kW.20 in. 80 F edb. 95 F Indoor Entering-Air Temperature .09 in. 9 .300 Btuh. . 25. Given: Required Cooling Capacity (TC) . indoor air entering at 1200 cfm and 67 F ewb. . . . . . wg Electrical Characteristics (V-Ph-Hz) .10 in. . calculate the total static pressure required. .

17 3.6 3.2 2.6 26.1 26.4 3.9 2.71 LEGEND Bypass Factor Entering Wet Bulb Total Unit Power Input Sensible Heat Capacity.5 x cfm Where: hewb = Enthalpy of air entering indoor coil 4.31 21.66 67 23.9 10.15 22.4 18.3 3.21 3.12 20.5 3.34 29.0 16.6 18.9 2.2 22.14 32. Direct interpolation is permissible.53 27.0 2.7 26.8 2.5 20. The following formulas may be used: sensible capacity (Btuh) tldb = t edb – 1.1 17.35 26.2 3.53 20.3 3.Performance data COOLING CAPACITIES 50ZP024 TEMP (F) AIR ENT COND TC SHC kW TC SHC kW TC SHC kW TC SHC kW 85 95 105 115 62 21.4 17.50 28.8 11.64 EVAP AIR — CFM/BF 1000/0.04 26.5 2.78 3.0 23.9 19.8 2.7 2.78 tlwb = Wet-bulb temperature corresponding to enthalpy of air leaving indoor coil (h lwb) hlwb = h ewb – total capacity (Btuh) 4.6 24.1 3.30 3.6 14.25 19.3 12.12 72 23.23 30.18 22.33 19.46 18.2 2.1 3.44 20. The SHC is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor coil.3 17.7 2.37 30. 1000 Btuh Total Cooling Capacity.37 22.8 25.0 22. 1000 Btuh (net) NOTES: 1.20 25.2 25. .09 29.0 27.5 22.22 28.3 15.74 67 21.34 27.1 3. 2.9 3.2 2.6 30.7 11.28 33.8 15.08 Evap Air — Ewb (F) 72 67 62 32.9 2.18 2.7 15.17 24.6 3.58 50ZP030 TEMP (F) AIR ENT COND 85 95 105 115 BF Ewb kW SHC TC — — — — — TC SHC kW TC SHC kW TC SHC kW TC SHC kW 875/0.1 2. Below 80 F edb.52 22.2 2.6 3.3 10.5 21.5 2.91 67 31.12 32.0 3.6 11.4 3.1 11.6 21.8 2.4 2.4 18.41 3.9 2.6 18.47 30.9 19.3 10.3 2.52 62 28.0 18.1 22.8 19.2 20.35 2.8 28.0 23.5 11.39 2.43 3.5 19.9 2. add (corr factor x cfm) to SHC.1 3.14 Evap Air — Ewb (F) 72 67 62 23.18 23.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).3 19. they account for the effects of the indoor-fan motor power and heat.6 3.4 18.10 x cfm 10 1125/0. Ratings are net.36 24.0 23.7 3. Do not extrapolate.36 26.4 2.28 33.0 2.7 3.1 19.9 2.0 3.1 16.1 16.56 900/0.5 15.45 29.56 2. Correction Factor = 1.7 3.07 72 31.09 72 32.36 18.6 15.1 22.9 19.65 62 21.6 14.38 33.1 2.0 3.5 22.9 21.6 13.39 24.2 26.1 30.24 32.7 18.3 11.3 21.6 24.9 11.6 2.6 29.5 14.9 3.70 2.85 3.0 14.29 24.2 27.8 20.1 27.1 11.1 29.4 3.15 72 22.19 28.17 2.71 700/0.4 2.7 15.48 2.3 14.5 21.6 29.7 2.2 3.59 23.31 3.17 20.5 17.3 2.2 3.15 24.85 62 29. Above 80 F edb.5 25.7 16.41 23. subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHC.9 25.77 67 30.2 3.5 21.0 18.1 22. 3.4 3.5 25.1 24.8 3.47 EVAP AIR — CFM/BF 800/0.8 17.61 2.

98 67 37.2 21.4 26.2 22.8 34.4 4.7 23.5 25.1 32.9 18.8 17.8 3.9 4.57 35.1 4.14 4.6 26.21 62 33.9 33.28 3.1 4.1 4.2 22.0 31.0 38.2 30.7 23.1 29.84 33.1 36.96 3.65 36.6 4.7 3.02 32.3 30.5 29.3 31.5 29.5 23.8 30.03 62 36.4 25.21 33.8 27.0 3.30 37.60 38.0 25.44 32.1 20.83 34.3 4.5 23.88 29.49 4.25 30.5 4.45 EVAP AIR — CFM/BF 1400/0.6 3.7 21.40 34.0 25.62 LEGEND Bypass Factor Entering Wet Bulb Total Unit Power Input Sensible Heat Capacity.7 4.2 4.7 4.8 27.36 67 36.71 31.03 30.70 34.51 37.7 24.08 72 38.2 27.6 3.2 3.2 32.5 3.5 33.0 4.5 4. 1000 Btuh Total Cooling Capacity.7 26.88 44.3 4.0 28.1 25. The following formulas may be used: sensible capacity (Btuh) tldb = t edb – 1.0 35.9 3.56 1050/0.8 19.1 27.61 3.5 3.80 37.4 18.8 31.2 4.1 19.9 4. 3.10 Evap Air — Ewb (F) 72 67 62 39.5 28.6 36.1 4.58 41.7 4.14 72 47.67 35.91 EVAP AIR — CFM/BF 1200/0.0 24.5 34.71 4. Below 80 F edb.2 33.20 67 35.12 Evap Air — Ewb (F) 72 67 62 47. Ratings are net.74 3.0 4.11 72 39.34 38.5 4.8 4.1 4.8 18.6 27.9 4.7 36.COOLING CAPACITIES (cont) 50ZP036 TEMP (F) AIR ENT COND TC SHC kW TC SHC kW TC SHC kW TC SHC kW 85 95 105 115 62 32.3 29. add (corr factor x cfm) to SHC.8 26.7 3.6 4.11 3.03 32.39 41. Do not extrapolate.8 3.89 4.1 4.5 4.6 31.11 72 46.68 tlwb = Wet-bulb temperature corresponding to enthalpy of air leaving indoor coil (h lwb) hlwb = h ewb – total capacity (Btuh) 4. Correction Factor = 1.7 3.3 27. Direct interpolation is permissible.1 4.3 40.3 26.13 50ZP042 TEMP (F) AIR ENT COND 85 95 105 115 BF Ewb kW SHC TC — — — — — TC SHC kW TC SHC kW TC SHC kW TC SHC kW 1225/0.9 33.89 38.24 4.42 30.05 1350/0.5 32.27 4.2 4.7 23.4 32.70 4.5 3.9 17.8 3.2 25.0 19.87 32.8 4.2 3.0 4.5 28.6 19.95 38.3 18.2 3.9 22.2 28.75 26.53 33.49 4.10 x cfm 1575/0.5 x cfm Where: hewb = Enthalpy of air entering indoor coil 4.78 39.7 23.7 3.6 3.19 43.92 3. subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHC.3 20.1 21.1 27.3 3.99 35.8 33. they account for the effects of the indoor-fan motor power and heat.92 3.37 44.5 4.81 67 39.13 41.80 62 35. The SHC is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor coil.79 3.5 25.0 30.0 3.94 28. 2.81 34.17 36.2 31.4 4.17 33.7 20.5 34.76 30.8 3.6 24.93 35.59 28.6 31.2 33.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).8 4.59 31.9 3.7 17.4 19.3 4.7 31. Above 80 F edb. 11 . 1000 Btuh (net) NOTES: 1.7 22.

8 7.48 67 43.2 35.1 5.34 39.7 30.22 65.9 45.3 6.7 27.5 47. Direct interpolation is permissible.2 6.0 7.8 6.23 6.70 67 40.0 31.7 30.2 41.60 46.59 5.23 64.5 40.87 51. Above 80 F edb.95 62.4 47.3 6.1 30.88 67 63.1 5.12 36.8 4.4 47.6 34.30 5.41 43.1 52.42 4.7 23.4 4.90 45.5 19.2 49.09 EVAP AIR — CFM/BF 1600/0.76 58.27 LEGEND Bypass Factor Entering Wet Bulb Total Unit Power Input Sensible Heat Capacity.6 7.4 4.1 5.42 45.5 23.9 38.4 38.72 6.78 61.4 4.1 29.8 4.2 29.10 x (1 – BF) x (edb – 80).1 5.6 40.7 33.22 57.9 32.16 58.0 49.2 50.8 42.5 48.7 6.42 4.33 5.83 38.38 5.44 42.6 30.5 52.89 4.98 42. 2.1 39.4 6.8 7.9 4.5 55.8 4.14 52.9 7.90 41.4 4.88 45.21 49.35 62.8 6.4 7.10 x cfm 12 2250/0.4 63.7 5.43 7.7 37.49 62 40.75 7.3 45.5 19.1 47. .5 x cfm Where: hewb = Enthalpy of air entering indoor coil 4.07 Evap Air — Ewb (F) 72 67 62 43.4 4.5 35.57 62 50.3 32.3 45.0 23.6 22.5 38.1 4.8 5.5 6.0 20.55 55.9 6.7 32.8 28. subtract (corr factor x cfm) from SHC.7 50.60 37.43 60.08 72 61.5 40.5 30.6 21.8 30.5 40. Ratings are net.1 24.3 5.25 38.26 1800/0.38 7.3 59. The SHC is based on 80 F edb temperature of air entering indoor coil.8 4.0 5.8 29.7 5.Performance data (cont) COOLING CAPACITIES (cont) 50ZP048 TEMP (F) AIR ENT COND TC SHC kW TC SHC kW TC SHC kW TC SHC kW 85 95 105 115 62 41. Below 80 F edb.5 4.82 65.23 42.0 5.7 33.6 4.4 6. 1000 Btuh (net) NOTES: 1.5 6.4 5.9 31.39 50ZP060 TEMP (F) AIR ENT COND 85 95 105 115 BF Ewb kW SHC TC — — — — — TC SHC kW TC SHC kW TC SHC kW TC SHC kW 1750/0.86 4.4 4.47 51.0 52.7 22.60 67 62.8 46.6 37. The following formulas may be used: sensible capacity (Btuh) tldb = t edb – 1.7 4.90 6.85 34.0 53.2 7.80 52.44 43.9 38.0 41.25 62 54. Correction Factor = 1.9 33. 1000 Btuh Total Cooling Capacity.77 41.44 40.01 6.1 36.2 7.06 72 45.06 72 65.0 38. add (corr factor x cfm) to SHC.17 1400/0.0 32.38 43.08 72 41.1 37.2 5. they account for the effects of the indoor-fan motor power and heat.7 46.84 53.0 6.4 32.7 6.37 tlwb = Wet-bulb temperature corresponding to enthalpy of air leaving indoor coil (h lwb) hlwb = h ewb – total capacity (Btuh) 4.93 49.2 5.8 41.6 5.4 43.7 6.9 29.2 7.97 EVAP AIR — CFM/BF 2000/0.72 45.07 Evap Air — Ewb (F) 72 67 62 63.2 24.0 43.4 31.03 38.3 39. 3.1 32.51 58.6 5.5 6.4 51.5 46.42 46.7 37.2 41.0 44.8 7.7 36. Do not extrapolate.1 22.6 6.14 4.86 56.2 42.

wg) 0.09 0.18 1800 0.) 024-042 24 × 24 0.07 0. wg) UNIT FILTER CFM SIZE SIZE 500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000 2100 2200 2300 50ZP (in.09 0.10 0.08 0.06 0.14 0.060 24 × 30 — — — — — — — — 0.05 0.09 0.15 — — — — — — — 048.11 0.12 0.25 13 .15 1600 0.06 0.06 0.08 0.12 0.07 0.07 0.10 0.10 FILTER PRESSURE DROP (in.17 0.08 0.09 0.08 0.06 800 0.11 0.08 0.10 1200 0.WET COIL PRESSURE DROP UNIT SIZE 50ZP 024 030 036 042 048 060 AIRFLOW (cfm) 600 700 800 900 900 1000 1200 1000 1200 1400 1600 1000 1200 1400 1600 1400 1600 1800 1700 1800 2100 2300 PRESSURE DROP (in.09 0.20 2000 0.09 0.18 ACCESSORY ELECTRIC HEAT PRESSURE DROP (in.08 0.11 0.07 0.08 1000 0.06 0.16 0.02 0.09 0.13 CFM 1400 0.23 2200 0.08 0. wg) Heater kW 5-20 600 0.09 0.12 0.04 0.07 0.15 0.06 0.13 0.14 0.

7 282 279 274 268 261 802 734 668 582 478 378 369 360 350 340 1038 978 917 830 721 510 495 480 460 450 1285 1200 1115 1018 920 282 279 274 268 261 802 734 668 582 478 378 369 360 350 340 1038 978 917 830 721 510 495 480 460 450 1285 1200 1115 1018 920 445 410 388 359 326 1204 1120 1008 950 863 420 400 380 345 338 1205 1163 1081 940 873 610 575 540 505 485 1581 1450 1297 1190 1095 440 411 378 350 327 1224 1179 1126 1022 911 450 438 404 370 338 1241 1181 1110 1022 943 678 647 618 578 540 1688 1618 1510 1421 1309 801 760 730 688 650 1898 1841 1757 1682 1564 870 842 818 782 696 2000 1903 1799 1718 1625 810 790 735 680 580 1791 1762 1703 1640 1415 1001 958 896 840 800 2160 2122 2052 1926 1752 1000 950 890 835 790 2025 1960 1901 1855 1791 *Air delivery values are based on operating voltage of 230 v or 460 v.000 Btuh of rated cooling capacity.4 0. 2.1 288 875 390 1131 528 1391 288 875 390 1131 528 1891 470 1302 450 1231 660 1700 478 1303 481 1310 — — — — — — 890 1834 1040 2230 1073 2230 0.Performance data (cont) DRY COIL AIR DELIVERY* — HORIZONTAL DISCHARGE (Deduct 10% for 208 Volt Operation) UNIT 50ZP 024 MOTOR SPEED AIR DELIVERY Low Watts CFM Watts CFM Watts CFM Watts CFM Watts CFM Watts CFM Watts CFM Watts CFM Watts CFM Watts CFM Watts CFM Watts CFM Watts CFM Watts CFM Watts CFM Watts CFM Watts CFM Med High Low 030 Med High Low 036 Med High Low 042 Med High Low 048 High Low 060† Med High 0. Dashes indicate portions of the table that are beyond the blower motor capacity or are not recommended. . without filter or electric heater. †460-v motors have 2 speeds (size 060 only).6 0. 14 0. dry coil. Deduct wet coil.3 0. filter. and electric heater pressure drops to obtain external static pressure available for ducting.2 285 820 383 1090 520 1338 285 820 383 1090 520 1338 450 1264 435 1218 635 1660 458 1270 468 1280 798 1736 — — — — 850 1820 1018 2202 1038 2102 208 AND 460 VOLT HORIZONTAL DISCHARGE External Static Pressure (in. Evaporator-coil frosting may occur at airflows below this point.8 — — — — — — — — — — — — 311 751 321 783 460 989 317 816 320 811 500 1187 600 1429 632 1446 480 1159 650 1468 691 1588 0.5 0. wg) 0.9 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 460 1060 570 1365 628 1333 422 950 580 1121 575 1202 NOTES: 1. Do not operate the unit at a cooling airflow that is less than 350 cfm for each 12.

4 6.1 — 6.0 —/— 3.0 20.2 69.9 25.9/ 83.4/12.0 0.7 54.4 57.6/ 63. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is greater than 2%.1 POWER SUPPLY MCA 16.0/20.3/ 50.0/20.3/15.2 19.0 15. heater kW will vary accordingly.4 27.4/12. †Fuse or HACR circuit breaker.0 15. 2.0/20.3 —/— 10.7 29.2 208/230-3-60 187 254 17.6/ 48.7/ 81.8/24.1 41.3 —/— 10.0 7.3 73.3 107. Use the following formula to determine the percentage of voltage imbalance.7 3.0 11.5/10.0 11.9 17.0 7.2 UNIT 50ZP NOMINAL VOLTAGE (V-Ph-Hz) 024 030 036 042 048 060 FLA HACR IFM LRA MCA MOCP NEC OFM RLA — — — — — — — — — LEGEND Full Load Amps Heating.1 41.0 15.6/107.0 63.9/ 18.6 71.7 54.1/20.5/10.0 —/— 11.7 54.8/ 5.2/ 81.2/62.0 —/— 3.8/107.5/10.9 59.4/ 65.1 41.5 2.6/ 55.1/ 29.9 86.2 111.6 71.0 15.4 6.8 208/230-1-60 187 254 21.1 — 83.2/ 24.6/ 29.1 70.1 22.3 44.5 72.3 —/— 10.8/24.0/20. If power distribution voltage to unit varies from rated heater voltage.5 72.0 15.0/20.5 97.1/ 55.2 460-3-60 414 508 9.2/83.6 93.0 20.1 31.1/ 55.0 11.0 7.1 31.5/109. Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Indoor (Evaporator) Fan Motor Locked Rotor Amps Minimum Circuit Amps Maximum Overcurrent Protection National Electrical Code Outdoor (Condenser) Fan Motor Rated Load Amps *Heater capacity (kW) is based on heater voltage of 208 v.7/48.0 48.8/ 52.3/36.5/10.1/41. NOTES: 1. or 480 v.8/ 5. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load and equipment (refer to NEC Articles 430 and 440).0 FLA —/— 18.6 42.5/10.2 26.0 7.3/15.5/10.5/10.6/ 55.4/ 29.0 7.1 MOCP 20/ 20 30/ 30 50/ 60 30/ 30 30/ 30 50/ 60 80/ 90† 30/ 30 30/ 30 50/ 60 80/ 90† 100/110† 20/ 20 20/ 20 30/ 35 45/ 50 60/ 70† 35/ 35 35/ 35 50/ 60 80/ 90† 100/110† 25/ 25 25/ 25 30/ 35 45/ 50 60/ 70† 40/ 40 80/ 90† 100/110† 25/ 25 25/ 25 35/ 40 45/ 60 60/ 70† 50 125† 35/ 35 35/ 35 35/ 40 50/ 60 60/ 70† 20 20 20 30 35 DISCONNECT SIZE FLA LRA 16/ 16 24/ 27 68 44/ 51 22/ 22 24/ 27 79 44/ 51 65/ 75 23/ 23 24/ 27 45/ 51 96 66/ 75 86/ 99 15/ 15 15/ 17 27/ 31 74 39/ 45 51/ 59 26/ 26 26/ 27 45/ 51 107 66/ 75 86/ 99 17/ 17 17/ 17 27/ 31 83 39/ 45 51/ 59 31/ 31 67/ 77 121 88/101 21/ 21 21/ 21 29/ 32 87 41/ 46 53/ 60 40 141 103 29/ 29 29/ 29 31/ 35 146 43/ 49 55/ 62 15 15 18 71 24 31 Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60 AB = 452 v BC = 464 v AC = 455 v 452 + 464 + 455 3 = 457 Determine maximum deviation from average voltage: (AB) 457 − 452 = 5 v (BC) 464 − 457 = 7 v (AC) 457 − 455 = 2 v Maximum deviation is 7 v.5 48.9/ 16.7/ 29.5 29.6/ 63.6 34.5 29.9 61.9/ 67. Determine percentage of voltage imbalance: 7 % Voltage imbalance = 100 x 457 = 1.4 16.0 11.1/41.0 1.9 15.2 208/230-3-60 187 254 12.5 2.1 31.4/ 15.5 4.2/62.0 15.6 55.1/ 21.7/ 29.3/15.6 55.0 11.8 208/230-3-60 187 254 8.2 15.8/ 5.6/ 33.9 2.0 7.1 31.1/41.4/12. % Voltage Imbalance max voltage deviation from average voltage = 100 x average voltage ELECTRIC HEAT Nominal kW* —/— 3.0 — 5.2/62.5 2.1 41.0 7.9 128.5 4.0 1.6 93.9 29.3/15.53% This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum allowable 2%.0 12.8 36.3/36.5 —/— 18.4 21.Electrical data VOLTAGE RANGE Min Max COMPRESSOR OFM IFM RLA LRA FLA FLA 208/230-1-60 187 254 10.0 20.9 25.5/10.7/48.5 2.0 15.9 64.0 1.3/15.0 15.1/20.0 0.3/36.0 1.0 — 20.0 11.8/ 5.2/83.4/ 27.6 1.0 7.8 36.0 1.0 26.8 36.7/48.8/24.5 48. 15 .1 —/— 54.8/ 5.9/ 22.6/ 33.1 21.0 10.2/62.8/ 5.8 208/230-1-60 187 254 18.3/15.8 36.1 31.3/36.7 17.4 95.8/ 5.4/12.0 —/— 3.8/24.4 208/230-1-60 187 254 15.3/ 35.0 —/— 3.6/ 48.6 32.7 —/— 18.9/ 17.2/83.7 15.8/ 5. Average voltage = IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2% contact your local electric utility company immediately.0 20.5 1.1 24.3/15.1 —/— 18.7 33.8 208/230-3-60 187 254 10.1/ 21.4 41.0 20. the overcurrent protective device for the unit shall be fuse or HACR breaker.0/20.8 46.0/20.7 128.1/41.5 2.2 230-1-60 207 254 26.4 208/230-1-60 187 254 15.2/ 81. 240 v.3/15.9 73.5 72.1/20.3 —/— 10.0 —/— 3.7/48.5/ 18.0 1.8/ 37.6 27.0 —/— 3.6/ 29.6 42.4 1.0 18.3/ 32.0 —/— 3.3 72.0 48.1/20.0 24.0 11.

Controls Sequence of operation Cooling NOTE: With the FAN switch in the ON position. then the thermostat closes a second set of contacts (W2) when second stage is required. This voltage energizes the coil of the contactor. 24 v is removed from both the contactor and IFR and opening both the contacts supplying power to compressor/OFM and IFM. there is a built-in. position. Energizing the IFR closes the normally-open set of contacts providing power to the IFM. When thermostat is satisfied. 5-minute 16 (± 45 seconds) delay between compressor starts. 24 v is supplied to the compressor contactor (C) and IFR simultaneously through the Y and G terminals of the thermostat. Circuit R-G is made which energizes the IFR. closing the normally-open set of contracts which provide continuous power to the indoor-fan motor (IFM). . 24 v is supplied to the indoor-fan relay (IFR) through the G terminal on the thermostat. respectively. and deenergizes the IFM. on a call for heat. position cycles upon a call for cooling. opens the IFR contacts. On a call for cooling. deenergizing the heater relay and the IFR. On units with a compressor time delay relay. The FAN switch in AUTO. Energizing the contactor closes the normally-open set of contacts supplying power to both the compressor and outdoor-fan motor (OFM). Moving the FAN switch back to the AUTO. circuit R-W is made through the thermostat contacts. If the heaters are staged. On the loss of the call for cooling. contacts open. deenergizes the IFR. providing there is not a call for cooling. Heating — If accessory electric heaters are installed.

Indoor Airflow Typical wiring diagram ELECTRIC HEATER WIRING 17 .Typical installation Power Wiring Control Wiring Outdoor Airflow *Separate disconnect per NEC (National Electrical Code) required for electric heater when singlepoint connection is not used.

Typical wiring diagram (cont) LEGEND 18 AWG C CAP COMP EQUIP FL FU GND HR — — — — — — — — — IFM IFR IP OFM QT TDR TRAN — — — — — — — American Wire Gage Contactor. Compressor Capacitor Compressor Motor Equipment Fuse Link Fuse Ground Heater Relay (Strip Heat) Indoor Fan Motor Indoor-Fan Relay Internal Protector Outdoor-Fan Motor Quadruple Terminal Time Delay Relay Transformer Field Splice Marked Wire Terminal (Marked) Terminal (Unmarked) Terminal Block Splice Splice (Marked) Factory Wiring Field Control Wiring Field Power Wiring Accessory or Optional Wiring To indicate common potential only. not to represent wiring .

Unit insulation conforms to ASHRAE Standard 62P. non-corrosive. Controls: Unit shall be complete with self-contained low-voltage control circuit. Outdoor (condenser) fan shall be of the directdriven propeller type with aluminum blades riveted to corrosion resistant steel spiders. Refrigerant Components: 1. 2. Nominal Cooling Carrier Model Number: 50ZP Part 1 — General 1. flexible fiberglass insulation. Unit shall be rated in accordance with ARI Standards 210/240-89 and 270-84. C. Fans: 1. refrigerant charge (R-22). bonderized. Outdoor coil shall be protected by metal louvered panels. H. 19 . Coils: 1. Compressor motors shall be of the refrigerant cooled type with line break thermal and current overload protection. Electrical Requirements: All unit power wiring shall enter unit cabinet at a single location. Unit Cabinet: 1. G. electrically controlled cooling unit utilizing a reciprocating compressor for cooling duty and optional electric heaters for heating duty. piping.02 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. 5. Tube sheet openings shall be belled to prevent tube wear. Indoor blower compartment interior cabinet surfaces shall be insulated with a minimum 1⁄2-in. Unit cabinet shall be constructed of phosphated. D. 1. composite material. Compressor with standard controls shall be capable of operation down to 40 F ambient outdoor temperature. and be dynamically balanced. Fan shall be 2.01 EQUIPMENT A. B. 3.03 DELIVERY. STORAGE AND HANDLING Unit shall be stored and handled per manufacturer’s recommendations. Ability to route gage hoses through unit side panel. Indoor Blower (Evaporator Fan): a. reciprocating type with internal and external vibration isolation. Unit shall be UL listed as a total package for safety requirements. discharge. Basepan made of a single-piece. 6.01 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION Outdoor rooftop/slab mounted. D. Unit shall have a sloped non-corrosive drain pan that conforms to ASHRAE Standard 62-89. Refrigerant components shall be of the Acutrol™ feed system type. and liquid lines. Operating Characteristics: 1. Designed in accordance with UL Standard. Unit shall discharge supply air horizontally as shown on contract drawings. 2. controls. b. 2. C. Compressor: Fully hermetic. J. It shall be dynamically balanced. thick. General: Factory assembled single piece cooling unit. 3. Cabinet panels shall be easily removable for servicing. Part 2 — Products 2. Motors: 1. Fan wheel shall be made from steel. coated on the air side with aluminum foil. be double inlet type. Contained within the unit enclosure shall be all factory wiring. Insulation and adhesive shall meet NFPA 90A requirements for flame spread and smoke generation. 2. Evaporator and condenser coils shall have aluminum plate fins mechanically bonded to seamless copper tubes with all joints brazed. Service gage connections on suction. 3.or 3-speed direct drive as shown on the equipment drawings. have forward curved blades with a corrosion resistant finish. zinc-coated pre-painted steel. 1. Roof curb shall be designed to conform to NRCA Standards. 2. F. 4. B. and special features required prior to field start-up. I. Unit shall be capable of starting and running at 115 F ambient outdoor temperature per maximum load criteria of ARI Standard 210-89.Guide specifications Packaged Rooftop Cooling Unit with Electric Heat — Constant Volume Application HVAC Guide Specifications Size Range: 2 to 5 Tons. and discharge air vertically upwards. E.

adequately supported and insulated with ceramic bushings. Low Ambient Package: Package shall consist of a solid-state control and condenser coil temperature sensor for controlling outdoor-fan motor operation. b. or change at any time. and inherent automatic reset thermal overload protection. 7. All fan motors shall have permanently lubricated bearings. automatic (or manual) changeover. Compressor Short Cycle Device: Solid-state control shall protect compressor by preventing short cycling. Special Features: 1. fan control. 4. 1-97 Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue. Equipped with field-installed electric resistance heater(s) of the characteristics shown in the equipment schedule. Thermostat and Subbase: Provides staged cooling and heating. Crankcase Heater: Warms crankcase oil to reduce refrigerant migration and ensure proper compressor lubrication. K. Heater elements shall be open wire type. specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations. Outdoor Thermostat: Allows for staging of electric heaters based on outdoor-air temperature. Carrier Corporation • Syracuse. 8. Outdoor (condenser) fan motor shall be totally enclosed. c. 525-002 Printed in U.S. Kits shall protect unit from operating at unacceptable pressures. 6. Book 1 4 Tab 1b 6b Page 20 Catalog No. 2. 5. Heating Section: a.A. 3. Electric heater packages must provide singlepoint power connection capability. which shall allow unit to operate down to 0° F outdoor ambient temperature. PC 111 Form 50ZP-1PD Replaces: 50ZP-1APD . New York 13221 3. Controls Upgrade Kit: Contains high and low pressure switches. Electronic Programmable Thermostat: Thermostat provides 2-stage heating and 2-stage cooling control with remote communication ability.Guide specifications (cont) 2.