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50BYN006-024

Single Packaged Air Cooled
Vertical Packaged Units

Wiring Diagrams
INDEX
UNIT 50BYN
006
008
012
014
016
024

V-PH-Hz
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60
208/230-3-60
460-3-60
575-3-60

LABEL DIAGRAM

FIG. NUMBER

11720011-C

1

11720960-B

2

1172007-C

3

ACCESSORY WIRING
UNIT 50BYN

006-024

ACCESSORY DESCRIPTION
Winter Start
Evaporator Defrost Thermostat
TEMP Thermostat
Variable Volume and Temperature (VVTT) and Relay Pack
Airside Economizer
Airside Economizer with Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Sensor
Fire and Smoke Control
Heater

FIG. NUMBER
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

CARRIER THERMOSTAT WIRING
UNIT 50BYN

006-024

THERMOSTAT
33CS071-01
33CS220-01
33CS250-01
33CS220-LA
33CS250-LA
33CSPTN-01
33CSTM--01 and 33CSUCE-06
33CSTMT-01 and 33CSUCE-06
33CSVM--32 and 920008
33CSVMT-32 and 920008

DESCRIPTION
Non-Programmable
Programmable; 7-Day and Non-Communicating
Programmable; 7-Day and Communicating Without Clock
Programmable; 7-Day and Communicating With Clock
VVT; Programmable Without Clock
VVT; Programmable With Clock

FIG. NUMBER
1, 2, 3
1, 2, 3
6
6
7
7

Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.
Book 1 4
PC 111
Catalog No. 535-051
Printed in U.S.A.
Form 50BY-1W
Pg 1
3-99
Replaces: New
Tab 2b 7a

Factory wiring is in accordance with NEC (National Electrical Code). The signal may be used to light an indicator light on the thermostat to show that service is required on the unit. When the thermostat is satisfied. The outdoor fan will also stop as soon as the first stage cooling is satisfied. Room-Mounted Thermostat — These units use an electronic. all-air system for both heating and cooling which supplies variable volume. then back to the ON position. and will then start the second-stage compressor. The control relay will start the indoor fan if it is not already running. the compressor(s) will not restart following a safety interruption unless the thermostat is satisfied without cooling operation. The VVT thermostat is the system controller. ALL UNITS — The control circuit incorporates a currentsensing lockout relay (Cycle-LOC™ device) that locks off the compressor(s) when any safety device is activated (lowor high-pressure switches. TEMP system thermostat. depending on the setting of the thermostat fan selector switch. When the thermostat closes (on a call for heating). heating and cooling. The TEMP thermostat is the system controller and works much like a room thermostat. The sequence of operation may vary depending on which package is selected. or compressor internal overload). or mechanical thermostat mounted in the conditioned space. The TEMP thermostat requires the addition of an accessory relay pack to interface with the unit. High. 1-7 C CB CLO CR DT EQUIP FSS GND HPS HS IAQ IFC — — — — — — — — — — — — Compressor Contactor Circuit Breaker Compressor Lockout Control Relay Defrost Thermostat (Evaporator) Equipment Filter Status Ground High-Pressure Switch Humidity Sensor Indoor Air Quality Indoor-Fan Contactor IFM IFP LPS NEC OFC OFM OFP R T TB TDR TRAN — — — — — — — — — — — — Indoor-Fan Motor Indoor-Fan Protector Low-Pressure Switch National Electrical Code Outdoor-Fan Contactor Outdoor-Fan Motor Outdoor-Fan Protector Resistor Timer Terminal Block Time-Delay Relay Transformer Field Splice Terminal Block Connection Marked Terminal Unmarked Terminal Factory Wiring Field Wiring NOTES FOR FIG. the compressor(s) will stop and a 24-v signal will be sent to the X connection of the low-voltage terminal strip. which control the zone supply dampers. Field modifications or additions must be in compliance with all applicable codes. COOLING — The indoor fan will operate continuously or when the compressor runs. outdoor-fan motor overload. Replacement of factory wires must be with 90 C (194 F) appliance wiring material or its equivalent. zone controllers modulating supply duct dampers. Fan motors are inherently thermally protected. the second stage compressor will stop first. This starts the indoor fan motor (IFM). but provides for communicating control. the control relay (CR). 4. When the thermostat closes (on a call for cooling Y1 on the thermostat). manually turn the control power to the OFF.LEGEND FOR FIG. If any compressor safety device opens. variable temperature air to the zones conditioned. Wiring for field power supply must be rated at 60 C minimum. This relay pack may be mounted in the low-voltage control compartment. The 50BYN024 unit as wired from the factory has two compressors on first stage and one on second stage. FAN CIRCULATION — When the fan selector switch is set to the ON position. The system operation is the same as stated in the Room-Mounted Thermostat section above. This may be altered (see application data section of the product data catalog). CARRIER VARIABLE VOLUME AND TEMPERATURE (VVTt) SYSTEM — The VVT system is a control system that includes a relay pack (which may be mounted in the low voltage control compartment). and appropriate wiring. Since the unit is protected by the Cycle-LOC device. 2 . It sends messages to the relay pack which then sends the appropriate signals to the 50BYN unit for fan. the thermostat activates the water or steam control valve or electric heater to meet heating requirements. sensors and appropriate wiring. OPERATING SEQUENCE Carrier TEMP Thermostat — The Carrier TEMP Sys- All units require the addition of a thermostat accessory package to complete the control circuit. It provides a zoned. communicating electronic. The monitor thermostat also gathers information from the zone controllers. tem is a control system which includes a relay pack. The outdoor fan contactor will start the condenser fan and the compressor contactors will immediately start the first stage compressor(s). Three phase motors are protected under primary single phase conditions.and low-pressure switches and motor overload protectors will reset automatically when the condition which caused the device to trip has dropped below the reset condition. 2. Use copper or copper-clad aluminum conductors only. monitor thermostat. To reset the Cycle-LOC control device. HEATING — The indoor fan will operate continuously or when the heater runs. 3. 1-7 1. depending on the setting of the thermostat fan selector switch. outdoor-fan contactor (OFC) and compressor contactor(s) (C1 and C2 on 20 ton) close. the indoor-fan motor is energized through G on the thermostat and the indoor-fan contactor is energized. and then the first stage compressors will stop when cooling demand is satisfied. A second stage on 50BYN012-024 units will close if additional cooling demand is required. modulating bypass controller sensors. The fan will operate to provide continuous air circulation.

Any changes to the factory configuration require the purchase of the User Interface Program (UIP) or Sensor Calibration Service Kit. 38AE900021 and install according to the instructions supplied with the kit. the economizer remains at the minimum position. which also contains the UIP. See Fig. the economizer can modulate based on the carbon dioxide level in the space. the minimum position is determined by the potentiometer on the required field-supplied adapter. the condenser fan will also stop. however. Order Winter Start Control accessory no. If the system uses a CO2 sensor. When the system is equipped with a CO2 sensor in a modulating configuration. there is no minimum leaving air temperature control at the economizer. Refer to the installation instructions with the CO2 sensor for electrical ratings of contacts and information on connecting to power supply. On a call for a second stage of cooling (Y2 energized). the following applies: If the system is operating in the Cooling mode and the demand for fresh air to reduce the carbon dioxide level in the space is greater than the cooling load demand. DEFROST THERMOSTAT (50BB-900---001) — This thermostat is installed on the evaporator coil and is recommended with Winter Start control. USING A CO2 SENSOR WITH THE ECONOMIZER — A separately ordered carbon dioxide sensor (Fig. the economizer begins to modulate open and is controlled to maintain a 56 F leaving air temperature. See Fig. WINTER START (38AE900021) — Since these units are equipped with a 27 psig low-pressure switch. the actuator logic module determines if the outdoor air enthalpy is acceptable according to the set point on the actuator. The relay normally open dry contacts (TB-3 and TB-4) are factory set to close at 1000 ppm. If a safety control in the unit opens. For correct modulation of the economizer actuator motor. If the condenser-fan motor overheats due to motor overload or lack of cooling air. 9) can be used to signal the economizer to open the outdoor-air dampers to admit fresh air and dilute the indoor CO2 level. When the CO2 sensor is installed. CO2 Sensor Accessories Economizer CO2 SENSOR ACCESSORY PART NUMBERS CGCDXSEN001A00 CGCDXSEN002A00 CGCDXSEN003A00 CGCDXGAS001A00 CGCDXPRM001A00 ECONOMIZER SEQUENCE OF OPERATION — When the thermostat turns the indoor fan on. If the outdoor air enthalpy is acceptable. the cooling demand is greater than the demand to reduce the carbon dioxide level. Controls to accomplish this must be field-supplied and installed. the economizer relay is energized and the actuator is powered on. the logic module bypasses the use of outdoor 3 . The damper modulates open when the leaving-air temperature demand is greater than the airflow demand required for the CO2 sensor to reduce carbon dioxide levels. the internal fan protector will open the circuit internally in the motor. 5 for proper wiring of defrost thermostat. If the outdoor air is unacceptable. Accessories — Low ambient control on 50BYN units is accomplished with a refrigerant operated damper located on the condenser fan discharge. A 5-minute timer (Time-Delay Relay [TDR]) will prevent the compressor(s) from restarting for 5 minutes after any compressor has stopped.air and energizes Y1 of the unit. a 3-minute lowpressure switch bypass is recommended for operation below 50 F. a separately ordered adapter (Honeywell part no. DESCRIPTION Wall Mount Sensor (No Display) Wall Mount Sensor With Display Duct Mount Sensor (No Display) Sensor Calibration Service Kit User Interface Program (UIP) The CO2 sensors listed above are all factory set for a range of 0 to 2000 ppm and a linear voltage output of 2 to 10 vdc. On a call for cooling from the thermostat (Y1 energized). NOTE: If a CO2 sensor is used. the actuator energizes Y1 on the unit if the outdoor air enthalpy is acceptable. 4 for low-pressure switch bypass wiring. If outdoor air enthalpy is unacceptable. the actuator modulates to reduce the carbon dioxide level and does not modulate towards closed if the leaving-air temperature is below 56 F. The actuator moves the dampers to the minimum position as determined by the adjustment potentiometer on the actuator. Switch contacts can be used to set off an alarm or light to indicate CO2 levels higher than the switch set point. the actuator logic module energizes Y2 of the unit. There is no low leaving-air temperature limit control. Q769C1007) is required. the actuator modulates open and controls to a 56 F leaving-air temperature. If. On a call for heating from the thermostat (W1 and/or W2 energized). Sensor descriptions and part numbers are shown below. and the fan will stop. Install thermostat according to instructions supplied with the kit. Low ambient operation does not affect operating sequence.

4 Fig. 50BYN006-008. 1 — Wiring Schematic and Component Arrangement. 460-3-60. 575-3-60 . 208/230-3-60.

5 Fig. 575-3-60 . 50BYN012-016. 460-3-60. 208/230-3-60. 2 — Wiring Schematic and Component Arrangement.

575-3-60 . 208/230-3-60. 460-3-60. 50BYN024. 3 — Wiring Schematic and Component Arrangement.6 Fig.

4 — Accessory Winter Start 7 BRN .2 AMPS 24V BLU CR 1 IFP 3 RED BLK C1 IFC C2 R BRN TB2 BLK G C1 OFC C2 BRN BRN T1 ORN LOGIC Y1 ORN 3 2 1 RED 2 TDR1 X ORN BLU R1 LOGIC CLO1 X 1 3 BRN LPS1 OFP HPS1 BLU BLU BLU C1 C1 C2 BLU C BRN C1 CR C2 TDR WINTER START Fig.BLK ORN RED RED 50 BYN UNIT LOW VOLTAGE WIRING C CB TRAN A RED BRN C 3.

BLK ORN RED RED 50 BYN UNIT LOW VOLTAGE WIRING C CB TRAN A RED BRN C 3.2 AMPS 24V BLU CR 1 IFP 3 RED BLK C1 IFC C2 R BRN TB2 BLK G REMOVE ORN WIRE T1 C1 OFC C2 BLU R1 ORN LOGIC 3 2 Y1 1 RED 2 TDR1 X BRN BRN CLO1 X ORN LOGIC 1 3 BRN LPS1 OFP HPS1 BLU BLU BLU C1 C1 C2 BLU C BRN C1 CR C2 DT Fig. 5 — Accessory Evaporator Defrost Thermostat 8 BRN .

Fig. 6 — Wiring Diagram. 50BYN Unit With Temp Thermostat 9 . BRN 1 3 BRN LPS1 ORN HPS1 BLU C1 C2 C2 Relay contacts are rated for 1 amp/24 vac. Only one may be wired to the relay pack.2 AMPS 24V RED CR TB2 1 ORN IFP 3 RED BLK C1 IFC C2 R BRN TB2 BLK G C1 OFC C2 BRN BRN BRN T1 ORN LOGIC Y1 BLU ORN 3 2 1 RED 2 LOGIC TDR1 X ORN C BRN CLO1 X 1 BRN LPS1 3 OFP HPS1 BLU BLU BLU C1 C1 C2 BLU C1 CR C2 LOGIC Y2 BLK T2 BLK 3 2 1 BRN RED 2 TDR2 LOGIC CLO2 ORN X NOTE: Filter status and humidity sensor may not be used simultaneously.COMMUNICATION BUS BLACK RED GREEN RED (+) TO HEATER IF USED REMOTE ROOM BLACK (-) SENSOR SEE NOTE BELOW FIGURE "A" HUMIDITY SENSOR W R HS 10 11 WHITE RED BLUE YELLOW GREEN FILTER STATUS SWITCH 10 FSS 11 IAQ SWITCH FAN STATUS SWITCH DX COIL TEMPERATURE SENSOR SEE "A" BLACK BLACK BLACK RED RED RED OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR W R B Y G 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 1 2 1 COOL R V F A N 2 HEAT 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 FIELD-INSTALLED JUMPERS FAN HEAT 2 HEAT 1 NC HEAT 1 HEAT/FAN COM COOL 2 COOL 1 COOL COM 24 VAC (REQ) 24 VAC (COMMON) GROUND JUMPER 7 TO 4 TO 3 SUPPLY AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR (MOUNT IN LOW VOLTAGE CONTROL COMPARTMENT) 50 BYN UNIT LOW VOLTAGE WIRING BLK ORN RED C CB TRAN A RED BRN C 3.

BLACK GREEN WHITE RED COMMUNICATION BUS BLACK RED GREEN RED (+) DAMPER ACTUATOR BLACK (-) RED WHITE BLUE YELLOW GREEN HUMIDITY SENSOR WHITE RED BLACK GREEN WHT BLK GRN BLK ORN RED BLK RED BLK RED VELOCITY SENSOR BLACK RED DX COIL SENSOR BLACK RED MONITOR STAT W/TIME CLOCK OUTSIDE AIR SENSOR TRANSFORMER 24 VAC/25VA DC CONNECTOR HARNESS TO DAMPER ACTUATOR BOARD REMOTE ROOM SENSOR (RRS) (OPTIONAL) 24 VAC POWER CONNECTOR TO ZONE DAMPER BOARD CHR06 RELAY PACK (LOCATE IN LOW VOLTAGE COMPARTMENT) TO HEATING COIL (IF USED) WHITE H1 BROWN H2 YELLOW C1 BLUE C2 GREEN FSN RED 24 VAC BLACK (RVH) ORANGE (RVC) BLK ORN RED 50 BYN UNIT LOW VOLTAGE WIRING C CB TRAN A RED BRN C 3.2 AMPS 24V RED CR TB2 1 ORN IFP 3 RED BLK C1 IFC C2 R BRN TB2 BLK G C1 OFC C2 BRN BRN BRN T1 ORN LOGIC Y1 BLU ORN 3 2 1 RED 2 LOGIC TDR1 X ORN C BRN CLO1 X 1 BRN LPS1 3 OFP HPS1 BLU BLU BLU C1 C1 C2 BLU C1 CR C2 LOGIC Y2 BLK T2 BLK 3 2 1 BRN RED 2 TDR2 LOGIC CLO2 ORN X BRN 1 3 BRN LPS1 ORN HPS1 BLU Fig. 7 — Wiring Diagram. 50BYN With VVTT and Relay Pack 10 C1 C2 C2 .

disregard and terminate brown wire. 1 watt. Factory installed 620 ohm. Airside Economizer 11 . 3. Economizer relay closes outside air damper when fan is not powered. If system has single-stage cooling. If thermostat is single stage cooling. 2. 5% resistor should be removed only if a C7400 enthalpy sensor is added to SR and + for differential enthalpy. disregard and terminate blue wire in harness.ORN BLK RED 50 BYN UNIT LOW VOLTAGE WIRING C CB A RED ER TRAN BRN C 3. Terminals Wire Nut or Equivalent Connection Field Wiring Factory Wiring Fig. 8 — Wiring Diagram.2 AMPS 24V RED FIELD THERMOSTAT NEC CLASS II CR TB2 IFP 1 ORN 3 C1 IFC C2 RED BLK R CONT BRN BLK G AUTO C1 OFC C2 BRN BRN BRN COOL T1 ORN Y1 ORN TC1 LOGIC 3 2 1 OFF 2 RED 1 LOGIC TDR1 BRN CLO1 LPS1 3 X ORN X BLU OFP HPS1 BLU BLU BLU C1 C1 C2 BLU C BRN C1 CR C2 LOGIC TC2 Y2 BLK T2 BLK 3 2 1 BRN RED 2 LOGIC TDR2 ORN CLO2 X BRN 1 3 BRN LPS2 HPS2 BLU ORN C1 C2 C2 TR 24 VAC ER WHT WHT TR TR1 SO + SR + TR1 GRN ENTHALPY + ECONOMIZER ACTUATOR ORN S SENSOR RESISTOR SEE NOTE 2 1 S YEL 1K RED 1 2 BRN 3 4 1S 2K SAT T SENSOR GRA C CB CLO CR ER HPS IFC IFP LPS NEC OFC OFP SAT TB TDR TR TRAN — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — LEGEND Compressor Contactor Circuit Breaker Compressor Lockout Control Relay Economizer Relay High-Pressure Switch Indoor-Fan Contactor Indoor-Fan Protector Low-Pressure Switch National Electrical Code Outdoor-Fan Contactor Outdoor-Fan Protector Supply-Air Temperature Terminal Block Time-Delay Relay Terminal Transformer SEE NOTE 1 T MIXED AIR SENSOR 1S1 GRA T T1 P P1 T1 MINIMUM POSITION ADJUSTMENT P1 P MINIMUM POSITION BLU NOTES: 1.

THIS WILL ALLOW FOR 100% OUTSIDE AIR AT 2250 PPM P1 WHITE BLACK HONEYWELL Q769 C1007 mA ADAPTER LEGEND P — Pressurization Relay PPM — Parts per Million TB — Terminal Block NOTES: 1. 3. Damper actuator and logic module ordered separately. Optional temperature switches can be added to lockout occupied modes setting for extreme high or low temperatures. 4. OPTIONAL HIGH AND/OR LOW TEMPERATURE SWITCH P1 BLACK REAR TOP IS "P1" P WHITE REAR BOTTOM IS "P" TB10 24V-DO NOT USE HVAC UNIT TRANSFORMER. install in aspiration box. Airside Economizer With Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Sensor 12 . If duct mounted.HONEYWELL DAMPER ACTUATOR M7415 AND W7459 LOGIC MODULE P MINIMUM POSITION POTENTIOMETER SET TO FULL OPEN POSITION. Locate for best room air sampling. CO2 Ventilation controller can be mounted in return-air duct or wall mounted. 9 — Wiring Diagram. 2. The CO2 ventilation controller has a range of 350 to 2250 PPM and has a hysteresis of 50 PPM. PROVIDE 24V BY NON-GROUNDING TRANSFORMER TB9 CO 2 VENTILATION CONTROLLER Fig.

Factory installed 620 ohm. 5% resistor should be removed only if a C7400 enthalpy sensor is added to SR and + for differential enthalpy. 1 watt. Terminals Wire Nut or Equivalent Connection Field Wiring Factory Wiring Fig. 10 — Wiring Diagram. 3.2 AMPS FIRE OR SMOKE DETECTOR CONTACTS (SHUTS DOWN TB2 FIELD THERMOSTAT UNIT) NEC CLASS II 50BYN UNIT LOW VOLTAGE WIRING C CB 24V RED CR 1 ORN IFP 3 C1 IFC C2 RED BLK R CONT P1 BRN BLK G AUTO C1 OFC C2 BRN BRN BRN COOL T1 ORN Y1 ORN TC1 LOGIC P2 OFF 3 2 RED 1 2 LOGIC TDR1 X BLU 1 BRN CLO1 ORN LPS1 3 X OFP HPS1 BLU BLU BLU C1 C1 C2 BLU C BRN C1 CR C2 LOGIC F1 Y2 TC2 BLK 3 BRN 2 RED 1 2 TDR2 T2 ORN BLK X LOGIC CLO2 BRN 1 BRN LPS2 3 HPS2 BLU ORN ER C1 C2 C2 EXH FAN FROM POWER SUPPLY TR 24 VAC ER WHT WHT TR TR1 SO + SR + TR1 GRN ENTHALPY + ECONOMIZER ACTUATOR ORN 5 SENSOR RESISTOR SEE NOTE 2 1 S YEL 1K RED 1 2 BRN 3 4 1S 2K SAT T SENSOR MIXED AIR SENSOR 1S1 GRA GRA T T1 P P1 ER T1 LEGEND C CB CLO CR ER HPS IFC IFP LPS NEC OFC OFP P1 R SAT TB TDR TRAN — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Compressor Contactor Circuit Breaker Compressor Lockout Control Relay T Economizer Relay High-Pressure Switch Indoor-Fan Contactor Indoor-Fan Protector Low-Pressure Switch National Electrical Code Outdoor-Fan Contactor Outdoor-Fan Protector Pressurization Relay Resistor Supply-Air Temperature Terminal Block Time-Delay Relay Transformer SEE NOTE 1 MINIMUM POSITION ADJUSTMENT P1 P MINIMUM POSITION BLU NOTES: 1. disregard and terminate brown wire. Economizer relay closes outside air damper when fan is not powered. If thermostat is single stage cooling. 2. disregard and terminate blue wire in harness.BLK ORN RED A RED ER TRAN BRN C 3. If system has single-stage cooling. Accessory Fire and Smoke Control 13 .

11 — Wiring Diagram. Accessory Heater 14 C1 C2 C2 . H2 HPS IFC IFP LPS OFC OFP — — — — — — — — — — — — Adjustable Heat Anticipator Compressor Contactor Circuit Breaker Compressor Lockout Control Relay Heater Relay High-Pressure Switch Indoor-Fan Contactor Indoor-Fan Protector Low-Pressure Switch Outdoor-Fan Contactor Outdoor-Fan Protector R TB TDR TRAN — — — — Resistor Terminal Block Time-Delay Relay Transformer Terminal Block Connection Marked Terminal Unmarked Terminal Factory Wiring Field Wiring Fig.H1 TO 1ST STAGE VALVE OR CONTACTOR H2 TO 2ND STAGE VALVE OR CONTACTOR H1 ORN BLK RED C CB A RED TRAN H2 BRN C 3.2 AMPS 24V RED CR TB2 IFP 1 ORN 3 R RC BRN RH OFF HEAT G AUTO FAN SW COOL TH1 BLK ON BRN BRN T1 AHA LOGIC Y1 AHA BLU ORN ORN 3 2 1 2 RED LOGIC TDR1 TH2 C1 OFC C2 BRN G AUTO W1 X ORN C BRN 1 BRN CLO1 LPS1 3 X OFP HPS1 BLU BLU X OFF HEAT AUTO BLU C1 C1 C2 BLU W2 C1 CR C2 L LOGIC C COOL C1 IFC C2 RED BLK Y2 BLK T2 BLK TC1 3 2 1 BRN RED 2 TDR2 Y1 CC CC ORN X LOGIC CLO2 BRN 1 3 BRN LPS2 HPS2 ORN BLU TC2 Y2 FIELD THERMOSTAT LEGEND AHA C CB CLO CR H1.

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Form 50BY-1W Pg 16 3-99 Replaces: New Tab 2b 7a . or change at any time. 535-051 Printed in U.Copyright 1999 Carrier Corporation Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue.A. Book 1 4 PC 111 Catalog No. specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.S.