Group Title: Historic St. Augustine: Government House Basement Climate Control
Title: [HNAC submittal from Kenneth Smith Architects, Inc.]
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Title: HNAC submittal from Kenneth Smith Architects, Inc.
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: Government House Basement Climate Control
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Subject: Saint Augustine (Fla.)
48 King Street (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Government House (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine -- 48 King Street
Coordinates: 29.892465 x -81.313142
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KENNETH SMITH ARCHITECTS, INC.
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Jacksonville, Florida 32256
Telephone: (904) 281-0002 FAX: (904) 281-0990


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List of Powell Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. employees that may perform work at site:


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KENNETH SMITH ARCHITECTS, INC.
8301 Cypress Plaza Drive, Suite 203
Jacksonville, Florida 32256
Telephone: (904) 281-0002 FAX: (904) 281-0990


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Sentron Panelboards
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GENERIC


Reference Guide


Circuit Breaker
Lighting Panelboard
Types S1, S2 and SE


Circuit Breaker
Lighting Panelboard
Type S3


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Circuit Breaker Power and
Distribution Panelj rd
Types S4 anc Sp


Types F1 and F2
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Vacu-BreakS Fusible Powe
and Distribution Panelboai
Types F1 and F2


Features
Siemens offers a complete line of
lighting and power distribution
panelboards, along with a full range
of fusible and circuit breaker devices.
Also, two and three pole breakers are
physically interchangeable with an
equivalent number of one pole breakers.
Lighting Panels General -
S1/S2/SE/S3: Interiors have the ability
to physically interchange two and three
pole breakers with an equivalent number
of one pole breakers. Panels come
standard with connectors suitable for
connection to copperr aluminum cable.
Panels are labeled as "Suitable for use as
service entrance equipment." Panel
interiors have adjustment screws to
provide easy alignment for flush
mounted applications. The interior is
provided with wing nuts for securing to
box without tools. Removable end walls
are standard and available blank and with
KO's. Panelboard box has a separate UL
label and supplies wire bending and
gutter requirements to meet the NEC
and UL standards. Wiring gutters are
completely free of any part of trim clamp
to prevent damaging wire insulation.
SDeadfronts are provided with a flange for
A .easy attachment of trim. Incoming cable
> lugs are grouped at one end to separate
z them from the load side cables.
, Individual circuit number button with an
o embossed number next to each breaker
Sor provision are provided. The interior
6 shall be provided with wing nuts for
securing to box without tools. The panel
trim may be surface or flush and is
equipped with concealed hinges, flush
lock and a holder for circuit directory
card. Trim shall have two separate
supports designed to engage the box
flange to stabilize and secure the trim
during installation. Trim screws are
located behind the lockable door for
tamper resistance.
Interior Type S1, S2 and SE: Interiors
may be completely factory-assembled.


Sizing of conductor is in accordance
with UL 67. Interiors permit installation
of feed-thru lugs or a bus fed subfeed
circuit breaker, up to 400 amperes,
without increasing the enclosure size.
Interiors are convertible from main lug to
main breaker with the addition of an
appropriate field-installable kit. Interior
are changeable from top to bottom feed
and vice-versa, while maintaining
readability of dead-front labeling. Main
lugs up to 350 kcmil are lay-in
construction to facilitate connections.
Neutral bussing is located adjacent to the
breaker load terminals for easy wiring
and shortest cable run possible.
Horizontal Mounted Mains
Interior Type S3: Interiors are
completely factory- assembled. Incoming
cable lugs are grouped at one end to
separate them from the load side cables.
For easy wiring and shortest cable run
possible, load side neutral connection
lugs to be split with each side taking
50% of load neutral connections.
Power Panels General -
S4/S5/F1/F2: Standard fronts are four
piece for surface or flush installations
and optional one piece fronts are
available for S4 panels. Panels come
standard with connectors suitable for
connection to copper or aluminum cable.
Panels are labeled as "Suitable for use as
service entrance equipment." Panel
interiors have adjustment star nuts to
provide easy alignment for flush
mounted applications. The interior is
provided with wing nuts for securing to
box without tools. Removable end walls
are standard. Panelboard box has a
separate UL label and supplies wire
bending and gutter requirements to meet
the NEC and UL standards.
Interior S4/S5/F1/F2: Interiors are
completely factory-assembled. Incoming
cable lugs are grouped at one end to
separate them from the load side cables.


For easy wiring and shortest cable run
possible, load side neutral connection
lugs to be split with each side taking
50% of load neutral connections.
Application: Lighting Control center
for lighting and power circuits in
commercial and industrial installations
as well as residential where extensive
electrical systems are involved.
Power and Distribution -
Control centers for power and
distribution circuits as well as service
equipment in larger commercial and
industrial installations.
Ratings S1/S2/SE/S3: 1 phase,
3 wire, 3 phase, 3 or 4 wire; 120 thro
600 Volts AC; 50-600 amperes; main
lug only, 50-600 amperes main break
600 amperes maximum branch.
S4/S5/F1/F2: 1 phase, 3 wire; 3 pha
3 or 4 wire; 120/240 through 600 Volt
AC; 250 Volts DC; 50-1200 amperes;
1200 amperes maximum branch circL
breakers and 1200 ampere maximurr
fusible switches.
Specifications: All panelboards are
listed by Underwriters' Laboratories,
Interiors are listed under File #E2269
Boxes and fronts are listed under
file #E4016.
Standards: Interiors UL 67, NEMA
PB1
Enclosures UL 50, NEt
250
Lighting Control: A lighting control
system that is versatile, flexible and
easily installed and configured to me
your needs today and is easily expar
for your future requirements, Siemer
lighting control features the Sentron
S2 and S3 lighting distribution panel
and instabus technology used woric
..wide for years. These products have
long history of dependable service a
are state of the art technology.


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SIEMENS


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SentronTM Distribution and Power
TYPES S4 S5


1200A Maximum Main Breaker / Main Lugs
600V ac, 250V dc Maximum,
103W,303W,304W

Specifications
A) General:
S4 / S5 panels comply with the following
standards:
a) NEMA Standard PB-1
b) UL Standards 50, 67
c) National Electric Code
d) Federal Specification W-P-115b
B) Main Devices:
Suitable for copper or aluminum wire.
C) Bussing:
Bus Bars are 55% conductivity tin finished
aluminum unless otherwise stated.


D) Construction:
Box is constructed of code gauge steel.
No knockouts are provided.
Includes non-insulated ground bus as standard.
Suitable for use as service entrance equipment
when specified on order.


Notes:


Type 1 Enclosure@


38*
32"


Panelboards



Main Breaker
Panel Ampere Horizontal Mounted
Type Rating Main Breaker Connectors

JXD2, JXD6, JD6 (1) #3/0 AWG-500 kcmil (Cu)
400 HJD6, CJD6, SJD6 (1) #4/0 AWG-500 kcmil (Al)
SHJD6, SCJD6 (2) #3/0 AWG-250 kcmil (Cu/AI)
S4
LXD6, LD6, HLD6 (1)- #4/0 AWG-500 kcmil (Cu)
600 CLD6, SLD6, SHLD6 (2) 250 kcmil-500 kcmil (AI)
SCLD6 (2) #1 AWG-500 kcmil (Cu/AI)

MD6, HMD6, CMD6 (2) #1 AWG-750 kcmil (Cu/AI)
800 SMD6, SHMD6, SCMD6 (3) 400 kcmil-750 kcmil (Al)
(3) 300 kcmil-400 kcmil (Cu)
S5
(2) #1 AWG-750 kcmil (Cu/AI)
12-4 ND6, HND6, CND6 (3) 400 kcmil-750 kcmil (Al)
S SND6, SHND6, SCND6 (3) 300 kcmil-400 kcmil (Cu)
(4) 250 kcmil-500 kcmil (Cu/AI)


Main Lug Panels
Panel Ampere Connectors
Type Rating Suitable for Cu or Al
400 (1) #3/0 AWG-500 kcmil or
S4 (2) #3/0 AWG-250 kcmil
600 (2) #3/0 AWG-500 kcmil
S4/S5 8000 (3) #3/0 AWG-500 kcmil
S4/S5 1200 0 (4) #3/0 AWG-500 kcmil
0 Alternate lugs for 750 kcmil cable are available, but result in
significant loss of branch unit mounting space. Consult Siemens
sales office.


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Branch Circuit Breakers
Mounting Height Minimum Max. Interrupting Rating
Breaker (Inches) Width Symmetrical RMS Amperes
Ampere Breaker Type Ampere
Frame Rating Twin Single Box
Mounted Mounted (Inches) 240V 480V 600V

BL 15-100 3.75 32 10,000 -
BLH 15-100 3.75 32 22,000 -
100 HBL 15-100 3.75 32 65,000 -

ED2 15-100 3.75 32 10,000 -

ED4 15-100 3.75 32 65,000 18,000 -
110-125
ED6 15-100 3.75 32 65,000 25,000 18,000
125 110-125
HED4 15-100 3.75 32 100,000 42,000 -
110-125
HED6 15-100 3.75 32 100,000 30,000 18,000
110-125
CED6 15-100 3.75 32 200,000 200,000 100,000

QJ2 125-225 5 32 10,000 -
225 QJH2 125-225 5 32 22,000 -
QJ2-H 125-225 5 32 42,000 -- -

FXD6, FD6 70-250 5 32 65,000 35,000 18,000
250 HFD6 70-250 5 32 100,000 65,000 25,000
CFD6 70-250 5 32 200,000 200,000 100,000

JXD2 200-400 (0 8.75 32 65,000 -
400 JXD6, JD6, SJD6 200-400 0 8.75 32 65,000 35,000 25,000
HJD6, SHJD6 200-400 0 8.75 32 100,000 65,000 35,000
CJD6, SCJD6 200-400 8.75 32 200,000 150,000 100,000

LXD6,D6,6, SLD6 250-600 8.75 32 65,000 35,000 25,000
600 HLD6, SHLD6 250-600 8.75 32 100,000 65,000 35,000
CLD6, SCLD6 250-600 8.75 32 200,000 150,000 100,000

MD6, SMD6 400-800 10 38 65,000 50,000 25,000
800 HMD6, SHMD6 400-800 10 38 100,000 65,000 50,000
CMD6, SCMD6 400-800 10 38 200,000 100,000 50,000

ND6, SND6 800-1200. 10 38 65,000 .50,000 25,000
1200 HND6, SHND6 800-1200 10 38 100,000 65,000 50,000
CND6, SCND6 800-1200 10 38 200,000 100,000 50,000
0 May be Twin Mounted. Requires 38" wide, X 12.75" deep Enclosure.

TYPE S4
ENCLOSURE SELECTION DATA 0
32" Wide, 10" Deep
600A Maximum Breaker, 200A Fusible Switch
Type 3R/12 Type 1 Enclosure Available Circuit Space (Inches)
Catalog Catalog Height Main Lugs Main Breaker Main Switch
Number Number (Inches) 400 600 800 1200 400 600 200

WP260 B60 60 30 30 30 30 20
WP275 B75 75 45 45 45 45 36.25 36.25 35
WP290 B90 90 60 60 60 60 51.25 51.25 -


TYPE S5
ENCLOSURE SELECTION DATA 0
38" Wide, 12.75" Deep Type 1, 35" Wide, 14.25" Deep Type 3R/12
1200A Maximum Breaker, 600A Fusible Switch
Type 3R/12 Type1 Enclosure Available Circuit Space (Inches)
Catalog Catalog Height Main Lugs Main Breaker Main Switch
Number Number (Inches) 800 1200 800 1200 400 600

WP860 B860 60 30 30 -
WP875 B875 75 45 45 35 35 25.0 25.0
WP890 B890 90 60 60 50 50 40.0 40.0


0 Standard trim is four piece without door.
Surface or flush one piece trim is available for 32" wide circuit breaker
panel at no extra charge if specified on the order.


4.1.9B (Supersedes 4.1-9A)








Panel Type
System/Volt
Panel IR
Enclosure
Cat. Number
Date Entered


S5
3P,4W 208Y/120
22K
NEMA TYPE 1
S5C90N6101ABS
FEB-11-1999


Panel Marking : MDP
Panel Quantity ': 1
Main Bus : 1200A Al Bus
Mounting : SURFACE
Service Ent. : YES
Lugs : (4) (4)-250-500 kcmil (Cu or Al) O


BRANCHES MODIFICATIONS
QTY TRIP/POLE BRANCH IR QTY CODE DEVICE DESCRIPTION
1 400/3 JXD6 65 K 1 BOX AL Ground Bus
4 200/3 QJH2 22 K
1 150/3 QJH2 22 K
3 125/3 QJH2 22 K
2 100/3 BLH 22 K
2 PROV/3 BLH
2 PROV/3 QJH2


Section No : 1 3.75": 100/3 BLH PROV 100/3 BLH PROV
End Gutter : 12.00"
Side Gutter : 9.56" 3.75": 100/3 BLH 100/3 BLH
Box Height : 90.00"
Box Width : 38.00" 5.00": 125/3 QJH2 125/3 QJH2
Box Depth : 12.75"
5.00": 125/3 QJH2 150/3 QJH2

5.00": 200/3 QJH2 200/3 QJH2

5.00": 200/3 QJH2 200/3 QJH2

5.00": 225/3 QJH2 PROV 225/3 QJH2 PROV

8.75": 400/3 JXD6

8.75": Available Space

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JOB NAME : GOVERNMENT HOUSE-PHASE II

P.O. : CUST :

S.O. : TITLE :

SIEMENS ENERGY & AUTOMATION, INC. DRWG:
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SIEMENS


SentronTM Lighting and Power Distribution Panelboards

TYPES S1/S2


Main Breaker: 250A Maximum,
Main Lugs Only: 250A Maximum
S1: 240V Maximum 304W, 103W
S2: 480Y/277V Maximum 304W

Specifications

A) General:
S1/S2 panelboards comply with the following
standards:
a) NEMA Standard PB-1
b) UL Standards
1) Cabinets and Boxes UL 50
2) Panelboards UL 67
c) National Electric Code
d) Federal Specification W-P-115b

B) Main Breakers:
BL, BLH, HBL, BQCH, ED2, ED4, ED6,
QJ2, QJH2, QJ2-H, FXD6, FD6 and HFD6
main breakers are mounted horizontally.

C) Box:
Fabricated from galvanized steel.
Removable end walls.

D) Bussing:
Bus bars are 55% conductivity tin-plated
aluminum unless otherwise stated.
Breaker branch bus is tin-plated copper.

E) Front:
Fabricated from cold rolled steel and
equipped with concealed hinges, flush lock
and a holder for directory card. Trim
screws are concealed behind a lockable door.


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Box Depth =


5.75" for
125A,250A


Main Breakers
Main Max. (B) Connectors
Max. Breaker No. of Ht. Suitable for
Amps. Types Poles (In.) Cu or Al

100 BL BLH, HBL, 18 32
BQCH, ED2
30 38 (1) #12-1/0 AWG
125 'ED4, ED6, 42 44
HED4, HED6
QJ2 18 32
225 QJH2 30 38 (1) #1 AWG-300 kcmil
QJ2-H 42 44

FXD6, 18 -32
250 FD6 30 38 (1) #6 AWG-350 kcmil
HFD6 42 44



Main Lug Panels
Max. (H) Connectors
Max. No. of Unit Ht Suitable for
Amps. Poles Space (In.) Cu or Al
18 9 32 (1) # 6 AWG-
125 30 15 38 350 kcmil
42 21 44

18 9 32 (1)# 6 AWG-
250 30 15 38 350 kcmil
42 21 44


Typical Panelboard Wiring Diagrams


Notes:


Branch Breaker Side Gutters

BL BLH, HBL BL BLH. HBL
A----> BLF.BLHF BLF.BLHF <--- A
B BOCH. BOD BQCH. BOO <-B
C n, 2.QJH2. OJ2-H <- C
----- D ED.ED4.ED6, D

--- E FXD6. E
--- E --- E- -+
FD6. HFD6

- Panel Width 20' 0f


Side Gutter
Wiring Space (Inches)
Reference Panel Width
Point 20"
A 6.375"
B 5.5"
CO 6.5"
DO 6.125"
ET 5.0"

(D Subfeed mounting limit 1
per panel.
@ 1" per pole breakers double
branch mounted.


Main Breaker

-4
3 -4
5 --
9 _-10
11 12
13 -14
15-- -16
17 -18
1SN


1 Phase 3 Wire


Main Lugs
1 -- -2
3 --
5- -:
7 -8
9--- e
9- '-10
11 -12
S SN
. Phase3--- Wi -
-1S


1 Phase 3 Wire


Main Breaker
1--2
3---- -4
5- -6
7-8
9- 10
1 -- 12
1 -- 16
17- '--18
~ SN


3 Phase 4 Wire,
3 Phase 3 Wire (No SN)

Main Lugs
1 i2


11U 12
13 14




3 Phase 4 Wire,
3 Phase 3 Wire (No SN)


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Branch Circuit BreakeraD

Ampere Breaker No. of Ampere Height 120V AC 120/240V AC 240V A Max. Interrupting Rating Symmetrical RMS Amperes
Frame Frame Poles Ratings 277V AC 480Y/277V AC 480V AC 600V AC 125V DC 250V DC

1 15-60 1 10,000 -
BL 2 15-100 2 10,000 -
2 15-100 2 10,000 -
3 15-100 3 10,000 -

1 15-60 1 22,000 -
BLH 2 15-100 2 22.000 -
3 15-100 3 22,000 -
100
1 15-60 1 65,000 -
HBL 2 15-100 2 65,000 -
3 15-100 3 65,000 -

BOCH 1 15-60 1 65,000 14,000 -
BQD 2 15-100 2 65,000 14,000 -
3 15-100 3 65,000 14,000 -

1 15-100 10,000 5,000
ED2 2 15-100 Z 10,000 5,000
3 15-100 10,000 -

1 15-100 ) 65,000 22,000 5,000 -
ED4 2 15-125 65,000 18.000 30,000
3 15-125 65,000 18,000 -

ED6 2 15-125 65.000 25,000 18,000 30,000
3 15-125 .- 65,000 25,000 18,000 -

1 15-30 0 100,000 65,000 30,000 -
125 35-100 100,000 25,000 30,000 -
HED4 2 15-100 100,000 42,000 30,000
S110-125 100.000 25,000 30,000
3 15-100 100,000 42,000 -
110-125 100,000 25,000 -

2 15-100 Z 100,000 30,000 18,000 30,000
HED6 110-125 100,000 25,000 18,000 30,000
3 15-100 100,000 30,000 18,000 -
110-125 -- 100,000 25,000 18,000 -

QJ2 2 60-225 S 10,000 -
3 60-225 10,000 -

225 QJH2 2 60-225 I 22,000 -
3 .60-225 22,000 -

J2- 2 60-225 a 42,000 -
3 60-225 42,000 -


FXD6 2 70-250 65,000 35,000 18,000 30,000
3

250 FD6 2 70-250 65,000 35,000 18,000 30,000
F6i 3"-5


HFD6 2 70-250 0 100,000 65,000 25,000 30,000
3


Branch breakers have non-interchangeable trip units.
S Mounted as subfeed at opposite end of incoming feed. Limit one per panel. Cannot be combined with feed thru lugs.


4.1-68 (Supersedes 4.1-6A)










Panel Type : S1 Panel Marking : D
System/Volt : 3P,4W 208Y/120 Panel Quantity : 1 Item # : 1
Panel IR :10K Main Bus : 250A Al Bus
Enclosure : NEMA TYPE 1 Mounting : SURFACE
Cat. Number : S1C42ML250ATS Service Ent. : NO
Date Entered : FEB-11-1999 Lugs : (1)-#6-350 kcmil

BRANCHES MODIFICATIONS
QTY TRIP/POLE BRANCH IR QTY CODE DEVICE DESCRIPTION
1 60/3 BL 10 K 1 BOX AL Ground Bus
1 60/2 BL 10 K
1 50/2 BL 10 K
1 30/2 BL 10 K
1 30/1 BL 10 K
18 20/1 BL 10 K
14 PROV/1 BL


SECTION NO: 1


HEIGHT: 44.00
WIDTH: 20.00
DEPTH: 5.75

GUTTER SIZE
ENDS: 10.75
SIDES: 6.38


20/1 BL
20/1 BL
20/1 BL
20/1 BL
20/1 BL
20/1 BL
20/1 BL
20/1 BL
20/1 BL
50/2 BL

60/2 BL ---


MLO Top


20/1 BL
20/1 BL
20/1 BL
20/1 BL
20/1 BL
20/1 BL
20/1 BL
20/1 BL
20/1 BL
30/1 BL
30/2 BL

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Panel Type : S1 Panel Marking : E
System/Volt : 3P,4W 208Y/120 Panel Quantity : 1 Item # : 1
Panel IR : 10K Main Bus :' 250A Al Bus
Enclosure : NEMA TYPE 1 Mounting : SURFACE
Cat. Number : S1C42ML250ABS Service Ent. : NO
Date Entered : FEB-11-1999 Lugs : (1)-#6-350 kcmil

BRANCHES MODIFICATIONS
QTY TRIP/POLE BRANCH IR QTY CODE DEVICE DESCRIPTION
1 35/3 BL 10 K 1 BOX AL Ground Bus
1 50/3 BL 10 K
1 40/3 BL 10 K
1 40/2 BL 10 K
1 20/2 BL 10 K
4 15/2 BL 10 K
8 20/1 BL 10 K
13 PROV/1 BL


SECTION NO: 1

HEIGHT: 44.00
WIDTH: 20.00
DEPTH: 5.75

GUTTER SIZE
ENDS: 10.75
SIDES: 6.38


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20/1 BL
20/1 BL
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20/1 BL PROV
20/1 BL PROV
20/1 BL PROV
20/1 BL PROV
20/1 BL PROV


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Panel Type :S1 Panel Marking ; F
System/Volt 3P,4W 208Y/120 Panel Quantity : 1 Item # : 1
Panel IR 10K Main Bus : 250A Al Bus
Enclosure : NEMA TYPE 1 Mounting : SURFACE
Cat. Number :S1C42ML250ABS Service Ent. : NO
Date Entered :FEB-11-1999 Lugs : (1)-#6-350 kcmil

BRANCHES MODIFICATIONS
QTY TRIP/POLE BRANCH IR QTY CODE DEVICE DESCRIPTION
1 40/2 BL 10 K 1 BOX AL Ground Bus
3 30/2 BL 10 K
1 20/2 BL 10 K
6 20/1 BL 10 K
26 PROV/1 BL


SECTION NO: 1

HEIGHT: 44.00
WIDTH: 20.00
DEPTH: 5.75

GUTTER SIZE
ENDS: 10.75
SIDES: 6.38


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General Duty Enclosed Switches

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240V Max Fusible and Non-Fusible

Quick Make & Break Design Class R Fuses for General Duty
All Siemens General Duty Switches are Fusible General Duty Enclosed Switches
supplied with quick make, quick break will accept Class R fuses as standard.
operating mechanisms. 30A switches A field installable rejection kit is available
employ a visible blade, double break which rejects all but Class R fuses.
design. All others are Vacu-Break type. With the rejection kit installed the switch
is UL Listed for use on systems with
up to 100,000 RMS symmetrical amperes
fault current.


SELECTION


n o'--. T .ye 1 -. "' - Horsepow.er R'lings'.-
S- Indoor- Tye 1Outdoor-Type 3R 240 AC 25
S1Phase, 2 Phase, 3 Phase, Volt
Ampere Catalog List Ship Wt. Catalog List Ship Wt. 2 Wire 4 Wire 3 Wire DC
System Rating Number Price S Std. Pkg. Number Price S Std. Pkg. Std. Max. Std. Max. Std. Max. Std.

240 Volt Fusible
2-Pole, 3-Wire, Solid Neutral 240 Volt AC/250 Volt DC
30 GF221N 74. 35" GF221NR 117. 35@ 14 3 3 7% 5
S 60 JN322 128. 10 203. 12 3 10 7% 15 10
100 JN323 266. 17 NR323 299. 22 7% 15 15 30 20
200 JN324" 550. 45 NR324@ 753. 48 15 25 60 40
400 JN325 1542. 115 NR325 2027. 130 50 125 50
600 JN326 3012. 130 NR326 3969. 145 75 200 -
3-Pole, 4-Wire, Solid Neutral 240 Volt AC


G31N 117. 240 GE32NR
JN422- 203. 10 NR422
352. 18 -"423
JN424" 753. 46 NR424
JN425 1870. 140 NR425
JN426 3527. 155 NR426


24
12
21
60
145
160


3
10
15 -


4-Pole, 4-Wire (No Solid Neutral) 240 Volt AC
30 JF421 188. 12 3 10 -
I 60 JF422 352. 13 7% 20 -
100 JF423 758. 23 15 30 -
200 JF424 1308. 56 30 50 -
400 -JF425 2365. 150 -
600 JF426 4674. 165, F 2-P in 24 V A VIo-l

240 Volt Non-Fusible
3-Pole, 3-Wire (No Solid Neutral): (Also Use For 2-Pole AoDlications) 240 Volt AC/250 Volt DC


GNF321
JU322
JU323
JU324
JU325
JU326


96. 24 GNF321R 182. 24
128. 9 NFR322 272. 10
299. 16 NFR323 509. 17
519. 43 NFR324 879. 50
1273. 115 Use 600V Switch NFR-355
2450. 130 Use 600V Switch NFR-356


Accessories
Neutral and Fuse Kits (240V)
Neutral Kits Class R (3-Pole Kit) Class T (1-Pole Kit)
Ampere Catalog List Catalog List Catalog List
Rating Number Price S Number Price S Number Price S
30 W410190 41.00 GSRK321 15.00 -
60 W47444 56.00 SSRK322 48.50 -
100 W47445 108.00 SSRK33 31.50 TFAK32 44.00
200 W47974 108.00 SSRK34 31.50 TFAK42 60.00
400 W60992 288.00 SSRK35 79.00 TFAK52 60.00
600 W60993 254.00 SSRK36 79 00 TFAK62 70.00

New style 30A replacement interiors are available as follows:


ff l Catalog


I List


Number Description' *. Price S
W410472A Replacement Interior 2P fusible 37.
W410473A Replacement Interior 3P fusible 53.
W410473B Replacement Interior 3P non-fusible 43.


Discount Schedule A


For inches / millimeters conversion, see page 583.
ODual horsepower ratings: Std applies when NEC
single element fuses are installed. Max applies when
time delay fuses, suitable for starting characteristics of motor,
are installed.
OSuitab!e for 3-pole motor loads.
05 switches per standard package.
Uses Type HA hub. See page 12
iHas service entrance label, neutral installed.
Use 3-pole, 3 fuse and solid neutral for service
entrance applications.
OThese switches are UL Listed for application on
grounded B systems.
Limited to 50kA when using T-fuses.
For Type 3R switches, neutral must be ordered as a
factory installed option.
10 switches per standard package.
Note: For 3-pole, 3 fuse, no neutral applications use
3-pole. 3 fuse, solid neutral switches.

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LIED'S


QUALITY, EASY-TO-INSTALL ELECTRICAL

METALLIC TUBING


MANUFACTURED FOR LONG LIFE
Allied EMT is precision manufactured
from high grade mild strip steel for ex-
ceptional durability and long-lasting life.
Allied EMT is hot galvanized using
Allied's patented in-line Flo-Coat@
process. This process combines zinc,
chromate, and a clear organic polymer
top-coat to form a triple layer of protec-
tion against corrosion and abrasion.
Allied EMT provides radiation
protection and magnetic shielding,
while its uniform wall thickness
provides resistance to physical
damage from impact or crushing.
INSTALLS QUICKLY AND EASILY
Allied EMT's quality steel combines
damage resistant strength with
ductility to provide easy bending,
cutting and joining to prevent waste of
time and material. It resists flattening,
kinking or splitting, resulting in faster
and easier installations.
Allied EMT provides smooth
continuous raceways for fast wire-
pulling. The interior wall of Allied EMT
is protected with a specially


formulated corrosion resistant
lubricating coating for easier fishing
and wire-pulling. No need to worry
about damage to the conduit system
even when pulling through multiple
90' bends.
FULL CODES AND STANDARDS
COMPLIANCE
Allied EMT is U.L. listed and
recognized by the National Electrical
Code. It meets the Underwriters
Laboratories' Standard for EMT, U.L.
797. Allied EMT is also manufactured
to meet the requirements of ANSI
C80.3. Federal Specifications now use
U.L. 797 and ANSI C80.3 in lieu of
WWC 563. Recognized as an
equipment grounding conductor (NEC
Article 250-91b).
Installation of EMT shall be in
accordance with the National
Electrical Code and U.L. General
Information Card #FJMX.
Master bundles conform to NEMA
Standard RN2.
SPECIFICATION DATA
To specify Allied EMT, include the


following: Electrical Metallic Tubing
shall be equal to that manufactured by
Allied Tube & Conduit Corporation.
EMT shall be hot galvanized steel
O.D. with an organic corrosion
resistant I.D. coating and shall be
produced in accordance with U.L.
Safety Standard #797 and ANSI C80.3
and shall be listed by a nationally
recognized testing laboratory with
follow-up service. Where Kwik-Fit
EMT is used it shall also meet U.L.
Safety Standard #514-B. It is noted
that these U.L. and ANSI standards
have been adopted by the federal
government and separate military
specifications no longer exist.
KWIK-FIT EMT- A NEW
INNOVATION FROM THE
CONDUIT LEADER
Allied's Kwik-Fit EMT has an integral
steel set-screw coupling formed on
one end of each length of EMT.
Specifying U.L. listed Kwik-Fit EMT
ensures an all steel system-both
conduit and coupling-for excellent
strength and ground return, as well as
economy. Contact Allied for detailed
specifications on Kwik-Fit EMT.
Available in trade sizes 2-1/2-4.


Weights and Dimensions for Electrical Metallic Tubing


Trade Approx. Wt. Nominal Nominal Quantity Master Bundles
Size Per 100 Ft. Outside Wall In Primary
Vesignator (30.5M) Diameter1 Thickness Bundle Quantity Approx. Wt. Volume
U.S. Metric lb. kg in. mm in. mm ft. m ft. mm lb. kg cu ft. cu m
1/2 16 30 13.6 0.706 17.9 0.042 1.07 100 30.5 7000 2135.0 2100 952.4 28.7 0.81
3/4 21 46 20.9 0.922 23.4 0.049 1.25 100 30.5 5000 1525.0 2300 1043.1 35.6 1.01
1 27 67 30.4 1.163 29.5 0.057 1.45 100 30.5 3000 915.0 2010 911.6 33.7 0.95
1-1/4 35 101 45.8 1.510 38.4 0.065 1.65 50 15.2 2000 610.0 2020 916.1 35.0 0.99
1-1/2 41 116 52.6 1.740 44.2 0.065 1.65 50 15.2 1500 457.5 1740 789.1 34.2 0.97
2 53 148 67.1 2.197 55.8 0.065 1.65 1200 366.0 1776 805.4 46.7 1.32
2-1/2 63 216 98.0 2.875 73.0 0.072 1.83 610 186.1 1318 597.7 41.5 1.18
3 78 263 119.3 3.500 88.9 0.072 1.83 510 155.6 1341 608.2 48.9 1.38
3-1/2 91 349 158.3 4.000 101.6 0.083 2.11 370 112.9 1291 585.5 48.6 1.38
4 103 393 178.2 4.500 114.3 0.083 2.11 300 91.5 1179 534.7 48.3 1.37


Allied Tube & Conduit Printed in U.S.A. 4/95 ATC-L-1127-4


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TUBE & CONDUIT
ELECTRICAL
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Harvey. Illinois 6042'
(708) 339-1610
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1Outside diameter tolerances: +/- .005 in. (.13mm) for trade sizes 1,2" (16mm) through 2" (53mm); +/- .010 in. (.25mm) lor
trade sizes 2-1/2 (63mm) +/- .015 in. (.38mm) for trade size 3" (78mm) +/- .020 in. (.51mm) for trade sizes 3-1/2 (91mm)
and 4" (103mm).
NOTE: Length = 10 ft. (3.05m) with a tolerance of .25" (6.35 mm). \:d ''i;.


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Cet Screw Connectors-Die Cast Zinc


A
Cat. No. Noninsulated Cat. No. Insulated Size TC-221 Series TC-821
TC-221 TC-821 1%2' 1 '
TC-222 TC-822 %" 1%"2' 1-3,
TC-223-SC TC-823-SC 1" 196" 1/
TC-224-SC TC-824-SC 1'" 1 % 2Y.
TC-225-SC TC-825 1 2%2 2%
TC-226-SC TC-826-SC 2' 2%' 2-2
TC-227 TC-827 2" 3%6' 3K,
TC-228-SC TC-828-SC 3' 3%" 3"/
TC-229 TC-829 3W 3%' 3'/
TC-2210 TC-8210 4' 3%' 3"
Noninsulated Insulated
U.L. File No. E-16592-X--2" CSA File No. LR 18130M57
U.L. File No. E-1275-2'W-4" U.L. File No. E-16592-W'-.
CSA File No. LR-18130M57--'-1', 2;'-4' U.L. File No. E-1275-2W-4



Set Screw Couplings-Die Cast Zinc

Cat. No. Size A
TK-221 '" 1%
TK-222 %" 1 2"
TK-223 1" 2"
TK-224 1%" 2%"
TK-225 1%" 2%2
TK-226 2" 3%"
TK-227 2'" 42
TK-228 3" 4'/6
TK-229 3X" 4%
TK-2210 4" 5%"/J
CSA File No. LR-18130M57-W-'- 1/, 2'-4'
U.L. File No. E- 16592---2'
U.L. File No. E-1275-2'W-4"


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Compression Couplings-Die Cast Zinc
Cat. No. Size A
TK-211 W" 1"
TK-212 %" 1%
TK-213 1" 1% 1
TK-214 1%" 19%"
TK-215 1%" 2%z'
TK-216 2" 2'% "
TK-217 2" 3%' 5
TK-218 3' 32" 4
TK-219 3W 3%" 5
TK-2110 4' 3%6 5
CSA File No. LR- 18130M57- '- 1%/, 2W'-4'
U.L. File No. E-16592-X-'2'
U.L. File No. E-1257S-2'"-4"


Compression Connectors-Die Cast Zinc
Cat. No. Size A
TO-211 % offset W 2%" 1"
TO-212 %" offset %" 2.98" 1.1
U.L. File No. E-16592


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Copper Building Copyright 1993
Wire & Cable Products









Thermoplastic Insulated, Sheathed With Nylon or UL-listed
equivalent.
Heat, Moisture, Oil & Gasoline Resistant'. 600 volt. Copper.
All sizes rated THWN-2; all stranded sizes rated MTW; AWG sizes
14-through 6 AWG rated AWM (1050C).
AWG sizes 14 through 1 rated VW-1 and larger sizes rated for CT use.









APPLICATIONS

Southwire Type THHN or THWN-2 conductors are primarily used in conduit and
cable trays for services, feeders, and branch circuits in commercial or industrial
applications as specified in the National Electrical Code2. When used as Type
THHN, conductor is suitable for use in dry locations at temperatures not to
exceed 900C. When used as Type THWN-2, conductor is suitable for use in wet
or dry locations at temperatures not to exceed 90C or not to exceed 750C when
exposed to oil or coolant. When used as Type MTW, conductor is suitable for
use in wet locations or when exposed to oil or coolant at temperatures not to
exceed 60C or dry locations at temperatures not to exceed 90C (with ampacity
limited to that for 75C conductor temperature per NFPA 79). Conductor
temperatures not to exceed 105C in dry locations when rated AWM and used
as appliance wiring material. Voltage for all applications is 600 volts.

SPECIFICATIONS

Southwire Type THHN or THWN-2 or MTW (also AWM) meets or exceeds all
applicable ASTM specifications, UL standard 83, UL standard 1063 (MTW),
Federal Specification J-C-30B, and requirements of the National Electrical
Code.

CONSTRUCTION

Southwire Type THHN or THWN-2 or MTW copper conductors are annealed
(soft) copper, insulated with a tough, heat and moisture resistant polyvinyl
chloride (PVC), over which a nylon (polyamide) or UL-listed equal jacket is
applied. Available in black, white, red, blue, green, yellow, brown, orange, or
grey. Some colors standard, some subject to economic order quantity. Sizes

SOUTHWIRE 1-19 through 1,000 kcmil available in black only.
Oil and gasoline resistance II as defined by Underwriters Laboratories.
21993 Edition.








THHN


Conductor Nominal Approx. Net Allowable
Insulation Jacket O.D. Weight Per Ampactles+ Standard
Size Thickness Thickness milss) 1000' (Ibs.) Package
(AWGor No. milss) milss) 60*C 75*C 90*C
kcmil) Strands Sol. Str. Sol. Str.
"14 19* 15 4 102 109 15 16 15 15 15 DNF*
**12 19* 15 4 119 128 23 24 20 20 20 DNF"
**10 19* 20 4 150 161 37 38 30 30 30 DQF^
"8 19 30 5 212 63 40 50 55 F
*6 19 30 5 250 95 55 65 75 E

4 19 40 6 319 153 70 85 95 C
3 19 40 6 346 189 85 100 110 BC
2 19 40 6 378 234 95 115. 130 C
1 19 50 7 435 300 110 130 150 B
1/0 19 50 7 474 372 125 150 170 B
2/0 19 50 7 518 463 145 175 195 B
3/0 19 50 7 568 576 165 200 225 B
4/0 19 50 7 624 719 195 230 260 B

250 37 60 8 694 849 215 255 290 B
300 37 60 8 747 1010 240 285 320 B
350 37 60 8 797 1172 260 310 350 B
400 37 60 8 842 1332 280 335 380 B
500 37 60 8 925 1652 320 380 430 B

600 61 70 9 1024 1990 355 420 475 C
750 61 70 9 1126 2468 400 475 535 C
1000 61 70 9 1275 3263 455 545 615 C
SSolid construction available in sizes 14, 12, & 10 as Types THHN or THWN-2 or AWM only. STANDARD PACKAGE CODE:
SAlso suitable for 105'C appliance wiring material (AWM). B = 1000' Reel
SFour 500' spools per carton. C = 500' Reel
Two 500' spools per carton. D = 2500' Spool
+ Allowable Ampacities: E = 1000' Spool
Allowable ampacities shown are for general use as specified by the National Electrical Code. F = 500' Spool
1993 Edition, sections 310-15. N = 2000' Carton
60'C When terminated to equipment for circuits rated 100 amperes or less or marked for #14 Q = 250' Carton
through #1 conductors. MTW wet locations or when exposed to oil or coolant.
75'C When terminated to equipment for circuits rated over 100 amperes or marked for
conductors larger than #1. THWN-2 when exposed to oil or coolant. MTW dry
locations.
90'C THHN dry locations. THWN-2 wet or dry locations.
All AWG sizes 14 through 1 rated VW-1. Larger sizes rated for CT use


THHN or THWN-2 or MTW or AWM

RECOMMENDED SAMPLE SPECIFICATIONS:

(MTW OR THHN OR THWN-2)

Conductors shall be UL-listed Type MTW or THHN or THWN-2 gasoline and oil
resistant II, suitable for operations at 600 volts as specified in the National Electrical
Code. Conductors shall be annealed copper, insulated with high-heat and moisture
resistant PVC, jacketed with abrasion, moisture, gasoline, and oil resistant nylon or
UL-listed equivalent, as manufactured by Southwire Company or approved equal.

(AWM)

Conductors shall be UL-listed Type THHN or THWN-2 or MTW or AWM, suitable for
operation at 600 volts at conductor temperatures not to exceed 1050C.


SOUTHWIRE
P.O. Box 1000
Carrollton, GA 30119-0001
404/832-4242


1993













ALLIED'S


NIGH


PROVIDES FULL
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
PROTECTION
Allied RIGID is precision manufactured
for dependable, long-lasting value and
protection for the electrical raceway
system.
Manufactured from high-strength strip
steel, Allied RIGID combines damage-
resistant strength with ductility to assure
easy bending, cutting and joining. It also
provides smooth, continuous raceways
for fast wire-pulling. No need to worry
about damage to the conduit system
even when pulling through multiple 900
bends.
Allied RIGID is hot-dipped zinc
galvanized. Then, a conversion coating is
applied to form an additional protection
layer against corrosion and abrasion.
Allied RIGID provides radiation protection
and magnetic shielding and resists
impact.
The 3/4" NPT threads (ANSI B1.20.1) are
full cut and hot galvanized after cutting.
Color-coded end-cap thread protectors
keep the threads clean and sharp and
also provide instant trade size
recognition. Even-inch sizes are color-
coded blue, 1/2-inch sizes are black, and
1/4-inch sizes are red.


FULL CODES AND STANDARDS
COMPLIANCE
Allied RIGID is U.L. listed and is
recognized by the National Electrical
Code. It meets Underwriters
Laboratories' Standards for RIGID, U.L.
6. Allied's RIGID is also manufactured to
meet the requirements of ANSI C80.1
and Federal Specifications. Federal
Specifications now use U.L. 6 in lieu of
WWC 581. Recognized as an equipment
grounding conductor (NEC Article 250-
91b).
Installation of Rigid Metal Conduit shall
be in accordance with the National
Electrical Code and U.L. General
Information card #DYIX.
Master bundles conform to NEMA
standard RN2.
SPECIFICATION DATA
RIGID Metal Conduit shall be hot-dip
galvanized steel equal to that
manufactured by Allied Tube & Conduit
Corporation. Threads shall be hot
galvanized after cutting. RIGID shall be
produced in accordance with U.L. Safety
Standard #6 and ANSI C80.1 and shall
be listed by a nationally recognized
testing laboratory with follow-up service.
Where Kwik-Couple RIGID is used it
shall also meet U.L. Safety Standard


#514-B. It is noted that these U.L.
standards have been adopted by the
federal government and separate
military specifications no longer exist.
KWIK-COUPLE RIGID-A NEW
INNOVATION FROM THE CONDUIT
LEADER
Allied's patented* Kwik-Couple RIGID
has a factory-installed Kwik-Couple
coupling threaded onto one end of each
conduit length or elbow. The Kwik-
Couple performs like a 3-piece coupling.
threading securely onto both lengths of
conduit at each connection by wrench-
tightening the coupling instead of turning
the conduit.
Specifying U.L. listed Kwik-Couple
RIGID ensures RIGID conduit reliability
and performance, as well as economy.
Contact Allied for detailed specifications
on Kwik-Couple RIGID. Available in
2-1/2"-4" sizes.
*U.S. Patent Numbers 4258936,4547004.


Weights and Dimensions for Galvanized Rigid Conduit
Trade Approx. Wt.* Nominal Nominal Quantity Master Bundles
Size Per 100 Ft. Outside Wall In Primary
Designator (30.5M) Diameter1 Thickness2 Bundle Quantity Approx. Wt. Volume
U.S. Metric Ib. kg in. mm in. mm ft. m ft. m lb. kg cu ft. cu m
1/2 16 82 37.2 0.840 21.3 0.104 2.60 100 30.5 2500 762.5 2050 929.7 20.8 0.59
3/4 21 109 49.4 1.050 26.7 0.107 2.70 50 15.2 2000 610.0 2180 988.7 24.3 0.69
1 27 161 73.0 1.315 33.4 0.126 3.20 50 15.2 1250 381.3 2013 912.9 21.7 0.61
-1/4 35 218 98.9 1.660 42.2 0.133 3.40 900 274.5 1962 889.8 23.3 0.66
i-1/2 41 263 119.3 1.900 48.3 0.138 3.50 800 244.0 2104 954.2 27.8 0.79
2 53 350 158.7 2.375 60.3 0.146 3.70 600 183.0 2100 952.4 33.8 0.96
2-1/2 63 559 253.5 2.875 73.0 0.193 4.90 370 112.9 2068 937.9 29.2 0.83
3 78 727 329.7 3.500 88.9 0.205 5.20 300 91.5 2181 989.1 31.3 0.89
3-1/2 91 880 399.1 4.000 101.6 0.215 5.50 250 76.3 2200 997.7 34.7 0.98
4 103 1030 467.1 4.500 114.3 0.225 5.70 200 61.0 2060 934.2 33.7 0.95
5 129 1400 634.9 5.563 141.3 0.245 6.20 150 45.8 2100 952.4 41.3 1.17
6 155 1840 834.5 6.625 168.3 0.266 6.80 100 30.5 1840 834.5 38.9 1.10
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uusidae alameter tolerances: +/- .015 in. (.38mm) for trade sizes 1/2 (16mm) through 2 (53mm) +/-
trade sizes 2-1/2" (63mm) through 4" (103mm) +/- 1% for trade sizes 5" (129mm) and 6" (155mm).
' For more information only; not a spec requirement.
NOTE: Length = 10 ft. (3.05m) with a tolerance of +/- .25' (6.35mm).
SNEMA Standard


Allied Tube & Conduit Printed in U.S.A. 7/95 ATC-L-1128-4


\\ed Tj6,



sO o90O1


Soallied
TUBE & CONDUIT
ELECTRICAL
16100 South Lahnrop Ave
Harvey. Illinois 60426
(708) 339-1610
A tyqa ImTfNAONMl Hro COwIfNv


QUALITY, LONG-LASTING RIGID

STEEL CONDUIT


_ scrF/4/o -/


0.25 in. (.64mm) for








Pittsburgh Nipple Works, Inc.


5scr- e/ /to -/
List Price Sheet 325-R


. . . . . . . . . . . . ...-~ -V-.-'. tF1 '


YARD LIGHT


Pipe Size

1/2"
. 3/4"


12"
2-1/2"
3"
3-1/2"
4"


ELBOWS
HOT DIP


$


GALVANIZED


Price Carton Weight
Per 100 Quantity Per 100
772.91 25 145#
858.79 25 197#
1,228.45 25 316#
1,527.16 10 495#
1,867.89 5 615#
2,733.83 Bulk 975#
4,005.89 Bulk 1590#
6,263.56 Bulk 2380#
10,995.73 Bulk 3250#
13,917.50 Bulk 4030#


AL-VANZi'D' T D'"SADARO RRADIUS ,90 DEGREE


1/2"


1-1/4"


T I r


1-1/2"


2-1/2"


D C ...

4i- A-'"' 6.NPT Th reads V:
-'.*- .Boih Ends --i


S3"


3-1/2"


-. '--'.


Galvanized Weight Carton
RIGID CONDUIT Price Catalog Per 100 Quantity
Pipe Size Per 100 Number Pcs. (lengths)
RUNNING
1/8" $ 1,484.27 1101 56 100
THREAD PIPE 1/4" 1,484.27 1102 83 60
3/8" 1,575.56 1103 117 35
1/2" 1,890.44 1105 160 25
Type "C" Steel- 3/4" 2,198.83 1107 226 15
3 Foot Lengths 1" 3,917.12 1110 370 10
1-1/4" 4,451.10 1112 500 5
1-1/2" 4,819.11 1115 540 5
2" 6,511.82 1120 750 4
2-1/2" 10,233.66 1125 1,100 2
3" 13,193.76 1130 1,600 1
3-1/2" 15,832.32 1135 1,900 1
4" 18,471.53 1140 2,400 1
5" 30,264.49 1150 3,000 B
6" 35,528.36 1160 3,600 B


A 4 4-1/2 5-3/4 7-1/4 8-1/4 9-1/2 10-1/2 13 15 16
B 18 18 18 19-1/4 20-1/2 21-1/2 22-1/2 25 27 28
C 6-3/16 6-3/4 8-5/8 10-1/4 11-5/8 14-1/2 16 19-1/4 22-3/4 24
2" D 2-3/16 2-1/4 2-7/8 3-1/4 3-3/8 5 5-1/2 6-1/4 7-3/4 8
V4,E r 4 13-1/2 12-1/4 12-1/4 12-1/4 12 12 12 12 12


--


Weight ;
Prce Pounds IMC/RIGID
Per 100 Per 100M /IG
F 140.33 13 COUPLINGS
172.24 18
242.98 30
Manufactured to
303.86 40
383.62 53 UL-6 Specifications
507.06 70
1,123.98 180
1,535.03 225
2,051.56 350
2,161.00 316
4,882.07 470
6,483.86 765







PITTSBURGH NIPPLE WORKS, INC. 5r ao


LIST PRICE SHEET No. 325-R
N.A.E.D. E.P.D. No. 2169


2tL~C: :
:.


Effective April 1, 19'
SUPERSEDES No. 32'


HOT DIP


GALVANIZED STEEL

STANDARD RADIUS RIGID CONDUIT ELBOWS*

450 AND 900


450 EL 90 EL Price 900 Wt. Ibs. Per 100
Pipe Size Catalog Number Catalog Number Per 100 Carton Quantity 45' 90
1/2" 1405 1905 $ 470.27 50 67 76
3/4" 1407 1907 568.48 50 102 116
1" 1410 1910 840.04 20 160 190
1 1/4" 1412 1912 1,214.76 20 233 315
1 1/2" 1415 1915 1,450.64 10 304 440
2" 1420 1920 2,134.17 10 467 700
2 1/2" 1425 1925 3,520.23 "75 733 1100
3" 1430 1930 5,262.61 *45 1293 1800
3 1/2" 1435 1935 9,115.88 *40 1757 2600
4" 1440 1940 10,574.53 **35 2067 3100
5" 1450 1950 26,063.12 BULK 4508 7310
6" 1460 1960 37,343.72 BULK 6560 11380

E.M.T. (THINWALL) CONDUIT ELBOWS*

.; GALVANIZED STEEL
450 AND 90

450 EL 900 EL Price 900 Wt. Ibs. Per 100
Pipe Size Catalog Number Catalog Number Per 100 Carton Quantity 45 90
1/2" 3405 3905 $ 306.79 50 22 30
3/4" 3407 3907 308.78 50 40 46
1" 3410 3910 344.26 20 70 80
1 1/4" 3412 3912 471.39 20 100 150
1 1/2" 3415 3915 595.46 10 136 200
2" 3420 3920 954.07 10 200 280
2 1/2" 3425 3925 2,532.89 "75 333 486
3" 3430 3930 3,948.08 *50 484 704
3 1/2" 3435 3935 5,291.73 **40 750 1080
4" 3440 3940 6,225.61 *35 882 1274
300 and 600 Elbows Above prices plus 10% .
*Bear the Label of UNDERWRITERS' LABORATORIES, INC.
*Sizes 2/2" and Larger shipped in palletized cartons or bulk. Thread protector on each end and PITTSBURGH NIPPLE Identifying Label.
.:. .L . ....:: ; .. ,! . ..- .-:-;.'3 : .


N 6s y NIPPLE WORKS, INC.
1435 Spring Garden Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15233
PHONE: (412) 321-1511
(800) 245-2702
Telecopier (FAX): (412) 321-1402


Printed in U.S.A.














Flexible Steel Conduit


AFC's reduced wall steel conduit is more profitable
AFC'S REDUCED WALL CONDUIT HAS THE STRENGTH AND
DURABILITY OF HEAVY GAUGE STEEL, BUT IS 40% LIGHTER.


AFC flexible steel conduit is made from one
continuous, high grade steel strip of uniform
weight and thickness. After burrs, scales, and sliver
are removed, the strip is scoured and pickled in
alkali and acid baths to remove dirt, grease, and
other foreign matter. It is then dipped in a molten
zinc bath which penetrates the pores of the base
metal strip and alloys with it. Zinc is applied to
both edges and sides to form a corrosion-resistai
barrier.
The steel strip is formed into interlocking
convolutions to form a complete lock, without
affecting the flexibility. Since the convolutions are


continuously joined, metal to metal, grounder
contact is assured the length of the run. The
;rs smooth exterior and interior allow for easy
conduit pulling and wire fishing.
AFC Flexible Steel Conduit is shipped to a
mn in coils or reels. It meets industry specification
for use with standard conduit connectors anc
device boxes.
-t Reduced Wall Flexible Steel Conduit is.
manufactured in accordance with Underwrite
Laboratories Standards per NEC Article 350
which now supersedes Federal Specification
WW-C-566C.


Trade Approximate Approximate Reel Size Internal Diameter External Diameter Minumun Ra
Size of Feet per Feet per in Inches in Inches in Inches Weight of Cyl
Conduit Standard Standard (FxTxD) 100 Ft of Test
in Inches Coil Reel in Feet Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum Conduit in in I
Pounds
250 500 24x12x10 0.312 0.470 0.510 15 1
1000
3/ 250 500 24x18x10 0.375 0.393 0.560 0.610 18
1000 30x18x10
2 100 00 24x18x10 0.625 0.645 0.860 0.920 28
1000 30x18x 0
3/4 100 500 24x18x1o
1000 100 x18x 0.812 0.835 1.045 1.105 33
1 50 1.000 1.040 1.300 1.380 52
1V'/ 50 1.250 1.300 1.550 1.630 65 6
1'/2 25 1.500 1.575 1.850 1.950 80 7
2 25 2.000 2.080 2.350 2.450 100 1
2'2 25 2.500 2.860 3.060 150 11
3 25 3.000 3.360 3.560 ., '* 190 1
3'/2 25 3.500 3.860 4.060 220 17
4 25 4.000 4.360 .. 4.560: :. :270 2


AFC/A Monogram Company, 55 Samuel Barnet Blvd., New Bedford, MA 0;
Telephone (508) 998-1131 Toll Free: 1-800-225-8588 FAX: (508) 998-1
Call our Marketing Center at 1-800-83 1-9

















SJ39


FLEXIBLE METAL CONDUIT FITTINGS
MALLEABLE IRON STRAIGHT SQUEEZE CONNECTORS


UNIT SHIP.
TRADE SIZE CTN. QTY. TYPE
3/' 50
'/2' 50
3/4' 25


UPC
BAR CODE


STRAIGHT- SQUEEZE
INSULATED
MALLEABLE IRON



3304 1' 25
3305 11/4. 25
3306 1'/' 25
3308 2' 10
'For ':' knockout


For dimensions, see
chart FLEX 1 on pg C81.


UNIT SHIP.
CTN. QTY. TYPE
50
50
25
25
25
25
10
5
5


UPC
BAR CODE


STRAIGHT SQUEEZE
UNINSULATED
MALLEABLE IRON



For dimensions, see
chart FLEX 2 on pg. C81.


RACO
NO. TRAD
2101 3/
2102 '
2103 3/
2104
2105 11
2106 11
2108
2110 21
2112
"For /:'knockout


E SIZE
8"*


I /


/4
/4"
2'
/"'
3'






5^c~7- .>a2 2-





Amer-TiteF-Type U. L.

, Liquidtight Flexible Metal Condu


Type UL Amer-Tite's
Flexible steel core is sur-
rounded by a gray polyvinyl
L jacket which seals out liquids,
dirt, corrosive fumes, dust, and
salt spray. Amer-Tite offers
greater flexibility and more convolutions per foot
because it is manufactured with a narrow steel
strip. Plus it is hot-dipped galvanized and made
of heavy gauge steel to provide greater crush
resistance and corrosion protection. Amer-Tite
is designed for use with all standard liquidtight
fittings.


To form a "Total Lock" of jacket to steel, t
polyvinyl chloride jacket is pressure-extruded (
the core rather than tubed on in sizes 3/8" th,
I '/'. Total Lock is resistant to abrasion and is
affected by oil, gasoline, grease, and many
chemicals.
Type UL Amer-Tite is listed and labeled by
Underwriters Laboratories and meets the
requirements of NEC Article 35 1. A continue
copper ground is built into the core for
permanent circuit ground protection on sizes
thru /4'.' The NEC requires a separate groun
wire on sizes larger than I/4".


Trade Approximate Reel Size Internal Diameter External Diameter Minumun K
Size of Size per in Inches in Inches in Inches Acceptable D
Conduit Standard (FxTxD) Crushing in
in Inches Reel in Feet Minimum Maximum Over Conduit Over Jacket force
Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum in Pounds
/ 500 24x12x10 0.484 0.504 0.594 0.614 0.690 0.710 2500
1000 24x18x10
'/2 500 24x18x1 0.662 0.642 0.732 0.765 0.820 0.840 2000
1000 30x18x10
/ 500 30x18x10 0.820 0.840 0.930 0.960 1.030 1.050 1800
1000 34x18x10
1 300 30x18x10 1.041 1.066 1.201 1.226 1.290 1.315 1800
1'/4 200 34x18x10 1.380 1.410 1.540 1.570 1.630 1.660 1800
1'/2 1.575 1.600 1.735 1.770 .1.865 ; 1.900 1500
2 2.020 2.045 2.180 2.215 2.340 2.375 1500
2'/2 2.480 2.505 2.640 2.675 2.840 ;2.875 1500
3 3.070 3.100 3.295 3.335 3.460 3.500 1500
3'/2 . .. 3.500 .3.540 >.3.720 3.70 960 4.000 :''500

4 4.000 4.040 4.220 4.280 4.460 4.500 1500


AFC/A Monogram Company, 55 Samuel Barnet Blvd., New Bedford, MA (
Telephone (508) 998-1131 Toll Free: 1-800-225-8588 FAX: (508) 998
Call our Marketing Center at 1-800-831-











AFC
FITTINGS


LIQUID-TIGHT CONDUIT STEEL CONNECTORS

"-Strongand Reliable.

S* Designed and engineered to ensure
: excellent performance

-' Heavy-duty, impact resistant
S.- construction

Available in 3 Styles:
Straight Connectors
7 450 Connectors
.- 900 Connectors
-With or without insulated throats

Secure and Easy to Use.
Factory installed "O" ring seals
against lubricants and other liquids
Threaded locking mechanism ensures
secure fit and better holding strength
SOuter bushing conforms to steel nut
and conduit for fast and easy installation



AVAILABLE IN THESE SIZES AND CONFIGURATIONS


Dimensions in Inches


CATALOG I.THROAT
NUMBER CATALOG NO.
LS38 LS138
LS50 LSI50
LS75 LS[75
LS100 LS1100
LS125 LS1125
LS150 LSI150
LS200 LS1200
LS250 LSI250
LS300 LSI300
LS350 LS1350
1.5-40( LS1IJO


TRADE
SIZE
3/8"
1/2"
3/4"
1"
1-1/4"
1-1/2"
2"
2-1/2"
3"
3- '2"
4"


STANDARD
PACKAGE
250
250
200
100
50
40
30
5
5
5
5


STANDARD
PKG. (LBS.)
40
54
62
40
37
41
49
13
19
22
27


BODY
LENGTH
1-1/16
1-1/18
1-5/16

1-3/8
1-1/2
1-11/16
2
2-5/16
2-3/4
2-3/4
2-3/4


THREAD
LENGTH
1/2
1/2
1/2
11/16
3/4
7/8
15/16
1-5/16
1-3/8
1-1/2
1-3/8


DLAETER
1-3/16
1-3/8
1-11/16
1-7/8
2-1/2
2-3/4
3-1/4
4
4-3,'4
5-1/4
5-3 4


CATALOG
NUMBER
L438
L450
L475
L4100
L4125
L4150
L4200
L4250
L4300
L4400


MS.THROAT
CATALOG NO.
LI1438
LI1450
L1475
L14100
L4125
L14150
LI4200
LI4250
L14300
L14400


TRADE
SIZE
3/8"
1/2"
3/4"
1"
1-1/4"
1-1/2"
2"
2-1/2"
3"
4"


STANDARD
PACKAGE
150
150
100
50
40
30
20
1
1
1


2


STANDARD
PKG. (LBS)
38
47
42
28
44
48
49
5
7
12


Dimensions in Inches
BODY THREAD
LENGTH LENGTH DWL
2-1/16 1/2 1-3/
2-1/2 1/2 1-3
2-3/4 1/2 1-1
3 11/16 1-7
3-1/2 3/4 2-1
4 13/16 2-3
4-3/4 15/16 3-1
7-1/2 1-5'16 4
8 1-3 8 4-3
10-1/2 1.1'2 5-3


116
/8
1/16
'8
/2
/4
/4

/4
/4
~iZ


W CN NECTORS


CATALOG INS.THROAT
NUMBER CATALOG NO.
L938 LI938
L950 LI950
L975 LI975
L9100 L19100
L9125 LI9125
L9150 LI9150
L9200 LI9200
L9250 LI9250
L9300 L19300
L9400 L[9400


LISTED
Meets Federal Specification W-F-406D


TRADE
SIZE
3/8"
1/2"
3/4"
1"
1-1/4"
1-1/2"
2"
2-1/2"
3"
4"


L'IT STANDARD
QTY PACKAGE
15 150
15 150
10 100
5 50
4 40
3 30
2 20
- 1
- 1
- 1


STANDARD
PKG. (LBS)
38
55
50
34
47
60
56
7
11
13


Dimensions in Inches
BODY THREAD
LENGTH LENGTH DLUIETI
1-3/4 1/2 1-3/16
2-1/8 1/2 1-3/8
2-1/4 1/2 1-11/1'
2-1/2 11/16 1-7/8
2-7/8 3/4 2-1/2
3 7/8 2-3/4


7 1.5/16 4
8 1-34j 4-3/4
10 1-3 S 5-3/4


57 Fc- 7- A,- ;L


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16


4" SQUARE BOXES


4" SIIU/'IILE -11" U1ElE -L DP lAW\' DESCRIPTION KNOCKOUTS UPC
i.U, CUI [ [L.'L[EL RACO BRACKET& SIDES BOTTOM STD. BAR
NO. SETBACK COND. COND. PKG. CODE
S185 10 --/z 5-- /z' 50

o ., 185






4" LS(U-EL v11/:" LEEL: L/1i W DESCRIPTION KNOCKOUTS UPC
"i._ CUI[L [[{lE RACO BRACKET& SIDES BOTTOM STD. BAR
NO. SETBACK COND. COND. PKG. CODE
190 12 /2' 5- /z 50
S8190 12-1/2' 5-Y2" 50 1111
190 191 8-3/4 1 / 4 3/4" 50
8191 50 11nI
( 192 8- I/, 4-3/4' 3- /, 2-3/4 50
8192 50 1111i

00 191



0 7o0


4" S1U/U1LLR '11/L" DELP -kYELL1ED1
:i.U! CULLC L1\C1L~E


189
z/2 & 3/4" TKO


RACO
NO.


DESCRIPTION KNOCKOUTS
BRACKET& SIDES BOTTOM
SETBACK COND. COND.


UPC
STD. BAR
PKG. CODE


189 8- /2:4- TKO 3 -/2'2-TKO 50
8189 50 IIIl
181 8 /4 1 '2' 4 -/4 50


~S-^/T4/ Q -/











APPLICATIONS: GENERAL
* Boxes are installed in ceilings or walls
for lighting fixtures or receptacles.
* For steel studs, the BOX-LOC (MS)
bracket mounts on either side of any
depth stud.
* Extension rings provide a means for
adding additional cubic capacity or
as an outlet box for surface conduit.

PRODUCT FEATURES: VERSATILE
SIDE-MOUNT FM BRACKET BOXES
* Quick installation on flat side of metal
or wood studs
* 1/8" gauging tabs locate the box flush
with the face of the stud in perfect
position for a plaster (mud) ring.
* Bracket is longer and wider than
standard bracket to assure a rigid
installation and to help prevent the
box from being pushed into the wall
during drywall installation.
* Combination screw heads provide
for faster installation.
* RACO boxes may serve as fixture
support for fixtures up to 50 pounds.
COMPLIANCES
Please refer to page Al for complete
information on UL and other compliancE
that apply to the products on these two
pages.















. ,.-. _, -. i-


APPLICATIONS: 4" SQUARE f!-; .
STEEL COVERS 5 ..
* Covers are used to close an outlet box. ,
* Raised device covers are used for. :
mounting switches or receptacles. '
Covers are available for mounting one
or two devices
Some RACO covers may serve as fixture
support for fixtures up to 50 pounds.
Angled mounting slots compensate
up to 120 for box misalignment.

COMPLIANCE
Please refer to page Al for complete
information on UL and other compliances
that apply to the products on these
two pages.













































. .
RACOO .

,R-.196 RACO IIC SOUTHlED, JIr-i '
' ___ ,+ .
I'. R.196 r^ PO t OIB'-,',r'


57r/7 o







A-21


4" SQUARE COVERS


CU. STD. UPC


NO. DESCRIPTION IN. PKG. BAR CODE
752 Flat. blank 50
8752 Flat, blank 50 rlil
753 Flat, '/zKO 50
8753 Flat. '/z2KO 50 ire
767 Raised 12: open 3.0 25
8767 Raised 1/2: open 3.0 25 It
756 Raised s/s: open 4.0 100
8756 Raised s/8: open 4.0 100 Illi
759 Raised 3/4: open 5.0 25
757 Raised 1: open 6.8 25
758 Raised /4: open 8.5 25


RACO


, CU.


UPC


NO. DESCRIPTION IN. PKG. BAR CODE
787 Flat 50
8787 Flat 50 I.11
771 Raised /4' 1.5 100
8771 Raised 1/4 1.5 100 1r0
772 Raised /2: drawn 3.5 100
8772 Raised i/2" drawn 3.5 100 m
782 Raised 1/2: tile 3.5 25
8782 Raised V1/ tile 3.5 25 1.l1 1
768 Raised s/a' 4.5 50
8768 Raised 5/a' 4.5 50 Kr
773 Raised 3/4' 5.5 50
8773 Raised 3/4" 5.5 50 KIM
774 Raised 1' 7.5 25
775 Raised 1 V/4 9.5 25
785 Raised 1'/2 11.3 25
786 Raised 2' 14.5 25


RACO


CU. STD.


UPC


4" tS!U/Ui;E L:UVLLSS


4, " 11 L kl 11 C Q Wt L- I K 1,,-[ t [Q
UfflC~E IUQU TI'LLE CIJIVLRS
1SIKLI- ULVI.C


NO. DESCRIPTION IN. PKG. BAR CODE
791 Flat 50
8791 Flat 50 EaI
777 Raised /4' 3.0 50
778 Raised '/2" 5.5 50
8778 Raised /2' 5.5 50 INe
769 Raised s/e* 7.3 50
8769 Raised s5/ 7.3 50 tln
779 Raised /4' 8.8 50
8779 Raised 3/4 8.8 50 t3m
780 Raised 1' 12.0 25
781 Raised 1'/4" 15.0 25
795 Raised 1'/2 15.5 25
796 Raised 2' 20.5 25


411, S121IJI:1"L COMMU12 L1LAE0
I)ILVIC11- AH1 111-11- UVIIR
IWO 13 11-VI.C1


. '-


'




















OCTAGON BOXES


4" Q CAtIC/ J1 'k- I! U EL-
Vfl'l [N U [tMEIALLtC
CLUEIX'iWL 'kIcLE ULULL~
LE9i CU [ IL [LA{E)


DESCRIPTION
RACO BRACKET &
NO. SETBACK


KNOCKOUTS UPC
SIDES BOTTOM STD. BAR
CABLE COND. COND. PKG. CODE


146 4 2-'/2' 1- '/' 50
8146 4 2-'/2" -/2' 50 ut11
145 Side holes 4 2 /2' 1 /2' 50
150 Ears 4 2 /2'" '/z 50
8150 Ears 4 2-1/2' 1-/2 50 III
164 TS brkt., '/2' 4 1 /2 1 /2" 50
8164 TS brkt.. /2' 4 1 V2' 1 -'2" 50 U Ii
160 Jbrkt. 4 2-1/2' -/V2" 50
8160 Jbrkt 4 2-'/2' 1-'2" 50 u1Ill


4" 1 CL'T/. [K DESCRIPTION KNOCKOUTS UPC
LCELLll\EI :/[t \I IK 1/" !DEELI RACO BRACKET& SIDES BOTTOM STD. BAR
E15A CU,[ L-im'L{EK NO. SETBACK CABLE COND. COND. PKG. CODE
) 296-1 4 2 2" 1 /' 20


296 Car
No. 296 is packa
S296-1



CE IG Fl AN 296



011MI i i


4" UC!kU1[4GIL\ W~L'tb 'L~UKC!L\-
[LhIALL[L SliL/KlVLULD

I:d Lk / L 1 '21- 121" 11-11-P
L'V CUL3IC [k!L'hLS


ton 4 2 -1/2 1 /2" 8 isll
ged in a stackable, chipboard box suitable for shelf display.


DESCRIPTION KNOCKOUTS UPC
RACO BRACKET& SIDES BOTTOM STD. BAR
NO. SETBACK CABLE I COND. COND. PKG. CODE
326 3/a' Stud. adj. 4 2- /2' 25
14 /4'- 22 /2'


APPLICATIONS: GENERAL
* Boxes may be used in the installat
of lighting fixtures.
* RACO boxes may serve as fixture
support for fixtures up to 50 pounc
* RACO Ceiling Fan Box No. 296 is li
for support of ceiling fans up to 35
pounds.

PRODUCT FEATURES: GENERAl
* Boxes have clamps for nonmetalli
sheathed cable, armored cable or
flexible metal conduit.
* Combination screw heads providE
faster installation.
* Ceiling fan boxes have lock-wash
to prevent the high strength scre
from loosening from vibration.
* Time-saving set-up boxes shorter
installation time for lighting fixture

COMPLIANCES
Please refer to page Al for complex
information on UL and other comply
that apply to the products on these
two pages.

4" OCTAGON BOXES 1-1/2" DEEP


RACO
NO. A B


C D E


146 4' 1/16' -
145 4 19/6 -
150 4' 19/i -
160 4' 19/1i '/2
164 4' 19/ie 75/ '/2' 1
296 4" 19/is6 -
153 4' 19/i6s -
155 4' 1/i 75/- 1/2" 1
157 4' 1/16 1/2'


12










04/01/99 15:33 FAX





ISZiL/. P Ca u 13619 North Main Street
CtW 4 l Jacksonville, Florida 32218
EC 1092 Phone (904) 757-6633
Fax (904) 757-5375



April 1, 1999

Curtis Casper
A.D. Davis Construction Co., Inc.
3(40 Lewis Speedway
St. Augustine, Florida 32005

Re: Government House-Phase 2


Dear Mr. Casper;

The intent of this letter is to provide you with a list of Kim's Electric, Inc. employees, who will
be performing work at the above referenced project as follows:

Miles MacEachern
Roger Dalen
Kevin Dalen
Joseph Sandel
Edwin Mark Sandel
Patrick MacEacher
Shawn Heath

Please feel free to contact our office if you need additional information.

Very Truly Yours,




Kathy R. Hill
V. President


Commercial Est. 1990 Industrial


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A. D. DAVIS CONSTRUCTION CO., INC.


BUTLER BUILDER

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A. D. DAVIS CONSTRUCTION CO.
EMPLOYEE LIST


P.O. BOX 3380
3940 LEWIS SPEEDWAY
PHONE: 904/824-3533
FAX: 904/823-9846


James Batts
Colton Bowie
Thomas Cariel
Curtis Casper
Wayne Davis
Michael De Rocher
Scott Dekle
William Dekle
George Dunham
Greg Goode
Davis Golden
Andrew Hewitt
Larry Hewitt
Suzette Hewitt
Herbert Dewayne Huntley
Robert Kirchhoff
Edward Main
Audzey Mateme
Derek Mirfin
Janusz Nohicki
David Planishek
Charles Slayman
Roland Rogero
Andrew Terkeurst


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Powell
Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.


GOVERNMENT HOUSE
St. Augustine, FL



List of Powell Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. employees that may perform work at site:

CLIFF SCHRAMM
DENNIS CRON
DAVID McHONE
ED DOUGHTY
RAY LAKE


MARK NAYLOR
KEN RAKOUSKA
JUAN CAMPELO


Commercial Mgr
General Mgr


All employees except the last 2, will wear Powell uniforms


























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April 1, 1999

Curtis Casper
A.D. Davis Construction Co., Inc.
3v40 Lewis Speedway
St. Augustine, Florida 32005

Re: Government House-Phase 2


Dear Mr. Casper;

The intent of this letter is to provide you with a list of Kim's Electric, Inc. employees, who will
be performing work at the above referenced project as follows:

Miles MacEacher
Roger Dalen
Kevin Dalen
Joseph Sandel
Edwin Mark Sandel
Patrick MacEacher
Shawn Heath

Please feel free to contact our office if you need additional information.

Very Truly Yours,




Kathy R. Hill
V. President


Commercial Est. 1990 Industrial


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A. D. DAVIS CONSTRUCTION CO., INC.


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CGC008344
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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA 32085-3380

A. D. DAVIS CONSTRUCTION CO.
EMPLOYEE LIST


P.O. BOX 3380
3940 LEWIS SPEEDWAY
PHONE: 904/824-3533
FAX: 904/823-9846


James Batts
Colton Bowie
Thomas Cariel
Curtis Casper
Wayne Davis
Michael De Rocher
Scott Dekle
William Dekle
George Dunham
Greg Goode
Davis Golden
Andrew Hewitt
Larry Hewitt
Suzette Hewitt
Herbert Dewayne Huntley
Robert Kirchhoff
Edward Main
Audzey Materne
Derek Mirfin
Janusz Nohicki
David Planishek
Charles Slayman
Roland Rogero
Andrew Terkeurst


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ID Task Name Duration F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T
1 Notice to Proceed id

2 Approve Submittals 5d

3 Layout Conc. Cut d

4 Order Electric Gear 19d :

5 Cut Concrete 2d

6 Build Soffit 5d

7 Install AHU 4 2d

8 Ductwork AHU1 2d r, ;;;;;l

9 Ductwork AHU 2 2d

10 Build Closet and Install Door 3d

11 Install Refrigerant Lines 2d

12 Install Condensation lines id

13 Remove AHU 3 id

14 Hoist Condensing Units id

15 DuctworkAHU3 id

16 Set Grills id

17 Rough Conduit 25d

18 Fish Wire 15d

19 Set Fixtures 2d

20 Fish Main Power d

21 Startup Id





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CITY OF ST. AUGUSTINF


TO: Keith Hunt
Jackie Allison

DATE: April 15, 1999

RE: Activities the Week of April 19, 1999

On Monday Powell Air Conditioning will bring a large crane into the Government House
Parking Lot area to move the 15-ton air conditioner in and out of the current location on
the second floor of Government House. The power to the air conditioner will be cut off
at about 4:00 p.m. on Monday and the new air conditioner should be back up on the
morning of Tuesday, the 20th. We will continue to need the traffic cones on both
Cathedral and King Street sides of Government House for both the contractors, and on
Monday for our staff members also.

Any vehicle that does not have a dash pass for that subcontractor or whose vehicle is
not marked plainly or who does not have a parking pass affixed to their rear view
mirrors should be ticketed.

On April 21, 1999, at 8:30 a.m., Keith will attend the Mechanical/Electrical Meeting in
the Administration Office Conference Room in my place.

On Thursday, April 22, 1999, we are still tentatively looking at the receipt of the
electrical equipment to be delivered on that date.

Clean up of the kitchen area will probably need to take place not later than Thursday,
April 22, 1999, in preparation for the Tango Tea Festivities on Saturday, April 24 and
Victorian Spring on Sunday, April 25.







I. David Brandt III
Director, Historic Preservation & Heritage Tourism































MEMO FROM: DAVE BRANDT

TO: JACKIE ALLISON
KEITH HUNT

DATE: 4/13/99



SUBJECT: ANTICIPATED ITEMS DURING WEEK OF APRIL19TH

DURING MY VACATION HERE IS A LIST OF THINGS THAT MAY REQUIRE YOUR
ATTENTION:

APRIL 19TH-THE 15 TON A/C UNIT FOR THE MUSEUM WILL BE DISCONNECTED AT 4PM
APRIL 20TH -THE AIR WILL BE BROUGHT BACK UP FOR THE MUSUEM IN THE AM
APRIL 21sT -A MEETING IN THE GOV'T HOUSE HPHT CONFERENCE ROOM AT 8:30AM
APRIL 22ND -THE ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT SHOULD BE RECEIVED BY OUR ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTOR



















NOTICE


TO: EMPLOYEES OF A.D. DAVIS CONSTRUCTION CO.
KIM'S ELECTRIC, POWELL AIR CONDITIONING, AND
REGISTER ROOFING



PLEASE NOTICE THAT THE ONLY AVAILABLE PARKING SPACES
FOR YOU AND YOUR EMPLOYEES ARE THE CONED OFF SPACES ON
KING STREET AND CATHEDRAL PLACE, AND THE ENTRANCE
FROM KING TO THE BLUE LINE, AND ASIDE OF THE BASEMENT
ENTRANCE.

ALSO, YOU MUST DISPLAY A SIGN ON YOUR DASHBOARD WHICH
INDICATES WHICH COMPANY YOUR ARE WITH.

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT IF THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE NOT
FOLLOWED, YOUR VEHICLES WILL BE TICKETED.



















NOTICE


TO: EMPLOYEES OF A.D. DAVIS CONSTRUCTION CO.
KIM'S ELECTRIC, POWELL AIR CONDITIONING, AND
REGISTER ROOFING



PLEASE NOTICE THAT THE ONLY AVAILABLE PARKING SPACES
FOR YOU AND YOUR EMPLOYEES ARE THE CONED OFF SPACES ON
KING STREET AND CATHEDRAL PLACE, AND THE ENTRANCE
FROM KING TO THE BLUE LINE, AND ASIDE OF THE BASEMENT
ENTRANCE.

ALSO, YOU MUST DISPLAY A SIGN ON YOUR DASHBOARD WHICH
INDICATES WHICH COMPANY YOUR ARE WITH.

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT IF THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE NOT
FOLLOWED, YOUR VEHICLES WILL BE TICKETED.








Apr-12-99 02:13P K. SMITH ARCHITECTS
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KENNETH SMITH ARCHITECTS INC.


MEETING NOTES AND CONSTRUCTION OBSERVATION VISIT
GOVERNMENT HOUSE PHASE II
MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL RENOVATIONS
April 7. 1999

Recorded by: Kenneth R. Smith, AIA 1<{A4( t


RECEIVED

APR 1 2 1999

HPHT
CITY OF ST. AUGUSTINE


Attendees: David Brandt, Frank Kenton, Ken Ricosa, Juan Campenelo, Powell Electric
Representative, Keith Hunt. Curtis Casper, and Ken Smith

Distribution via Fax: David Brandt, Frank Kenton, and Curtis Casper.

Work.Completed Since Last Meeting: Wall openings have been cut for new ductwork at Second Floor
west building area; new Basement air conditioning unit has been installed and the old air conditioning
unit has been removed from the Basement (the new Basement unit is operating); electrical conduit has
been relocated as required for the air conditioning unit; new conduit is delivered to the job site for
installation; and the Contractor is installing new conduit for the new power feed into the building.

Work in Proaress:. Cutting holes in concrete floor at First Floor and installing electrical conduit.

1. Copies of approved electrical shop drawings submittal were provided to David Brandt from
Ken Smith. The Contractor provided a third HVAC submittal to Ken Smith that will be forwarded
to David Brandt at the next meeting.

2. No problems were reported with construction building access. Keith and Curtis have been
coordinating well. David suggested the contractors place a sign in their car windows "A.D. Davis /1
Construction Work at Government House" for cars parked on Cathedral Place.

3. The Contractor tentatively scheduled changing out the 15-ton air conditioner serving the Museum
Room for Monday, Apri 19. with the thought that the unit would be in service and running by the
end of the following day. The Contractor will start removal of the existing unit around 4:00 PM
Monday. The General Contractor will confirm that the equipment has been delivered and ready
to install approximately several days before the start of this installation to coordinate with David /
Brandt.


4. The electrical change-over to the new service was tentatively scheduled for Tuesday, May 18.
The Contractor anticipates receiving electrical equipment by il9 David noted he needed a
minimum of 3 days of lead time for the change-over and thafi- would probably not require an
emergency generator. Curtis and the Electrician will coordinate this change-over with Florida
Power and Light and will try to minimize the down-time for the City.

5. The City desires to retain the 5-ton air handler unit removed from the Basement. The Contractor
will turn this unit over to the City. (rv4 1'.#-, -,, e -.',7, \

6. We agreed that Emergency Panel "E" could be moved Out 16 inches or so away from the rear
wall to avoid a concrete beam in the floor; and that panel "F" could rotate 90 degrees and be
installed on the adjacent wall.



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7. The Contractor advised that he would install a ceiling access panel at the Second Floor ceiling
where the old light junction box was in place above a new ceiling to be installed.

8. The Contractor will cut wall openings for the small Second Floor air conditioner unit when they
start the air conditioning work in this area. The Contractor will start Installation of the air
conditioning duct for the new Second Floor west unit later this week.

9. We agreed that the Contractor would route the refrigerant lines for the Second Floor west unit up
and under the roof edge above to the new unit and then along the wall above to the roof rack
where the compressor will be installed.

10. Curtis provided David Brandt with a list of employees working on the project. David Brandt has
provided a schedule of major events planned for the building to Curtis for coordination.

11. Curtis provided a copy of a project schedule indicating completion of the work the week of
June 20. ---

12. The next meeting was scheduled for 8:30 AM on the 21st of April.

END OF NOTES

















CITY OF ST. AUGUSTINE


MEMORANDUM

TO: Keith Hunt
Jackie Allison

DATE: April 7, 1999

RE: Proposed Dates for Government House Activities


Be advised that the air conditioning contractors plan to put the air conditioning in on
Wednesday, May 19, 1999. At approximately 4:00 p.m. on May 19 the power will be
shut down for the cut-over of that electrical to the new A/C unit and the air will probably
be back up on Thursday, May 20, 1999. Also on Thursday, May 20, parking will have to
be on the street in restricted coned-off areas due to the fact a large crane will be here to
hoist the 15-ton unit up to the flat roof area. On Wednesday, April 21, 1999, there will
be another meeting for the Phase II operation at 8:30 a.m. in our conference room. At
this point, the project schedule indicates completion on or about the 22nd of June, 1999.







I. David Brandt, III
Director, Historic Preservation & Heritage Tourism




















(904) 824-3533
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General Contractors


Residential Commercial Industrial

"Let Us Lite Up Your Life"



13619 N. Main St., Jacksonville, FL 32218
EC 0001092


CURTIS CASPER
Project Manager


P.O. Box 3380
3940 Lewis Speedway
St. Augustine, FL 32085


Miles MacEachem
Project Manager


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Vice President St. Augustine, FL 32085


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* Same Day Service
KENNETH D. RAKOUSKA
State Certified (904) 794-2665
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38YCQ Sizes 024 thru 048





The 38YCC and 38YCQ Outdoor
Sections of Split-System Heat Pumps
are designed for quiet, reliable heating
during the winter and cooling during the
summer. With SEER ratings from 10.0
to 11.0 and HSPF from 6.8 to 7.6, these
heat pump systems provide economy of
operation through energy.conservation
when used with components designated
by the Jmanufacturer. They recover heat
for indoor comfort from outdoor air
during the heating season and, by
automatically reversing the refrigerant
system, remove indoor heat and excess
humidity during the cooling season.
All models are listed with UL, c-UL,
CEC, ARI, CSA-EEV, and RADCO.

FEATURES/BENEFITS
Electrical Range All units are
offered in single phase 208-230v. The
S38YCC 030 through 060 models are
offered in 208/230V 3 phase and 38YCC
036 through 060 are offered in 460v 3
phase. ,. .
SSize Range--- The 38YCC is available
in 7 nominal sizes from 018 through 060
to meet the needs of residential and light
Commercial applications. The 38YCQ is
available in 5 nominal sizes from 024
through 048 to meet the needs of the
manufactured housing market.
Compressor Designed specifically
for heat pump duty, with energy
efficiency during heating and cooling
operation. Each compressor is
hermetically sealed against
contamination to assure long life and. ,
dependable performance, internally
sprung (units with reciprocating
compressor) and externally mounted on
Scrubber isolators for quiet operation.
I .Continious cdnpressor operation is
,______approved dowi' to -300f (-34.4*C)


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in the heating mode, and down to 550F
(12.80C) in the cooling mode. (See
heating and cooling performance tables.)
For compressor usage, see Compressor
. ata table.
lluilt-in-Reliable Components -
Includes a suction-tube accumulator that
reduces the amount of liquid refrigerant
that reaches the compressor; a low-
presstire switch to stop the compressor if
refrigerant charge is lost; a crankcase
heater on units with reciprocating
compressor and all 3-phase units to keep
compressor oil warm and free of
refrigerant for maximum lubricity; an
internal compressor relief valve for high-
pressure protection.
Discharge Muffler Minimizes
low frequency sound and pressure
pulsation generated by compressor
discharge gas.
Defrost Control Board Incorporates
a defrost relay, defrost timer, and


low-voltage terminations. The defrost
control is a time and temperature
initiation/termination control which
includes 3 field-selectable time periods
of 30, 56, and 90 minutes. The control
includes built-in 5-minite compressor
delay for units equipped with single-
phase scroll compressors.
Weather-Protective Cabinet Steel
is protected with a galvanized coating
and treated with a layer of zinc
phosphate. A coat of modified polyester
powder coating is then applied and
baked-on, providing each unit with a
hard, smooth finish that will last for
many years.
All screws on cabinet exterior are coated
for a long-lasting, rust-resistant, quality
appearance.
Unit Design All units are equipped
with totally enclosed fan motors for
greater reliability under rain and snow
conditions. The large, wraparound coil


uses copper tube and enhanced
aluminum fin and is designed for
optimum heat transfer during heating
and cooling. The vertical air discharge
carries the sound and air up and away
from adjacent patio areas and foliage.
Coils can be cleaned with a common
garden hose.

External Service Valves Both
service valves are brass, front seating
type. Valves are externally located so
refrigerant tube connections can be made
quickly and easily. Each valve has a
service port for ease of checking
operating refrigerant pressures. The
38YCC has sweat field connections. The
38YCQ has mechanical field
connections.

Limited Warranty Standard 1-year
warranty on parts. Additional 4-year
warranty on compressor.


Model number nomenclature


38YCC


Electric Heat Pump


Nominal Capacity
018 18,000 Btuh 042 42,000 Btuh
024 24,000 Btuh 048 48,000 Btuh
030 30,000 Btuh 060 60,000 Btuh
036 36,000 Btuh


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SERIES 30/31 30/31 30, 50/31 30, 50, 60/ 30, 60, 60/ 30, 50, 60/ 30, 50, 60/
31,51,61 31,51,61 31,51,61 31,51,61
OPERATING WT (Lb) 127 143 153,157 176 207 219 237
COMPRESSOR Copeland Reclp/ Copeland Recip/ Millennium ScolV Millennium Scroll/
Manufacturer & Type Tecumseh Recip Bristol Reclp Tecumseh Recip Copeland Scroll
REFRIGERANT 22
Control Piston
Charge (Lb) @ 15 ft 4.69/4.44 I 4.75/4.88 5.63/5.38 6.38/7.13 7.63/7.38 I 9.25/7.78 1 10.50/10.25
CONDENSER FAN Propeller Type, Direct Drive
Air Discharge Vertical
Air Qty (CFM) 1900 2 1900 2300 | 3300
Motor HP 1/12 1/4
Motor RPM (60 Hz) 1100 I 1125 1125 1100
CONDENSER COIL
Face Area (Sq Ft) 9.10 9.11 12.42/14.07 | 14.93 18.67/17.42 | 22.40/17.42 22.40
Fins per In. 20 25 20 20 25
Rows 1 1 1 1 1
Circuit 2 3 3 4 5
CONNECTION (In. ID) Sweat (38YCC)
Vapor 5/8 3/4 7/8
Liquid 3/8
REFRIGERANT TUBES*
(In. OD)
Vapor (0-50 Ft Tube Length) 5/8 3/4 7/8 1-1/8
Vapor (Max Diameter for
Long-Line Applications) 3/4 7/8 1-1/8
Liquid (0-50 Ft Tube Length) 3/8
Liquid (For Long-Line f
Applications) 3/8
STube sizes are for lengths up to 50 ft. For lengths over 50 ft, consult Long-Line Application Guideline.
NOTE: See unit Installation Instructions for proper installation.





METERING DEVICE
.. "j.,; UNIT "" OUTDOOR INDOOR REQUIRED
SIZE ',..:" SERIES PISTON PISTON' SUBCOOLING
01. 30 40 52 14
.....;. 018, s g:,. 31 40 55 14
_;__ 024__t__'_:_ 30, 31 49 63 10/10
i-. 030_,'___ 30, 50 55 70 8
30 _31 55 67 8
; -P.' 036M." 30,50,60 61 76 12
:_.: .',._'_ 03_" .- 31,51,61 59 73 12
_042 '; __ 30, 50, 60 67 84 10
..s.,_ _,642f_ 31,51,61 65 84 10
Q0f'?iO., 50, 60, 31,,51, 61. .: 3 88 10/10
06- ,30,50,60,31,51,61 76 96 10/10
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DESCRIPTION


KAATD0101TDR Time-Delay Relay All Sizes
P251-0083 (RCD)' Low-Ambient Controller- All Sizes
32LT66004 (RCD): MotorMasterS Control Sizes 016-024 (30, 31); 30-060 (30, 31, 50, 51)
32LT660005 (RCD)t MotorMaster@ Control Sizes 036-060 (60,61)
HC34GE231 (RCD) Ball Bearing Fan Motor Sizes 018-024 (30, 31)
HC40GE230 (RCD) Ball Bearing Fan Motor Sizes 030 (30,31, 50); 036-060 (30, 31, 50, 51)
HC40GE461 (RCD) Ball Bearing Fan Motor Sizes 036-060 (60,61)
KAAFT0010AAAt Evaporator Freeze Thermostat All Sizes
KHAIROIO1AAAt Isolation Relay- All Sizes
Standard Cycle Protector Units with single-phase scroll compressor All Sizes
KSACY0101AAA Cycle Protector Units with recip compressor and all 3-phase compressors All Sizes
KSAHS1501AAA Start Assist (Capacitor/Relay) Sizes 036 (30)
KSAHS0601AAA Start Assist (Capacitor/Relay) Sizes 018 (30, 31); 024 (31); 030 (31)
KSAHS0701AAA" Start Assist (Capacitor/Relay) Size 036 (31)
KSAHS1601AAA Start Assist (Capacitor/Relay) 042-060 (30, 31)
KAACS0201PTC Start Assist (PTC) Sizes 036-060 1-Phase Scroll Units
Standard Start Assist (PTC) Sizes 018-036 1-Phase Recip Units
N/A Start Assist (PTC) 3 Phase All Sizes
Standard Crankcase Heater Sizes 018 (30, 31); 024 (30, 31); 030 (30, 31); 036 (31); 060 (30, 31); All 3 Phase
KAACH1201AAA Crankcase Heater Sizes 036 (30); 042-060 (30,31)
KSASH1101COP Sound Hood Sizes 018-030 (30); 030 (50)
KSASH1201COP Sound Hood 030 (30, 50)
KSASH1301TEC Sound Hood Sizes 018, 024 (31)
KSASH1901CYL Sound Hood Size 036 (30, 50,60)
KSASH2001CYL Sound Hood Sizes 042-060 (30, 50, 60)
KSASH2001BRL Sound Hood Size 030 (31)
KSASHO801TEC Sound Hood Size 036 (31, 51,61)
KSASH2101COP Sound Hood Sizes 042-060 (31, 51,61)
KHAOT0301FST Outdoor Thermostat All Sizes
KHAOT0201SEC Secondary Outdoor Thermostat All Sizes
KIIAIC0101AAAtt Interface Control All Sizes


KHATX0901HSO"


KHATX1001HSO"


TXV (Hard Shutoff) Size 018


TXV (Hard Shutoff) Size 024


KHATX1101HSO" TXV (Hard Shutoff) Size 030
KHATX1201HSO*" TXV (Hard Shutoff) Sizes 036,042
KHATX1301HSO TXV (Hard Shutoff) -.Size 048 ..
KHATX1401HSO TXV (Hard Shutoff) Size 060
KHATX0201RPB TXV (RPB) Size 018
KHATX0301RPB TXV (RPB) Size 024
KHATX0401RPB TXV (RPB) Size 030
KHATX0501RPB TXV (RPB) Sizes 036, 042
KHATXO601RPB TXV (RPB) Size 048
KHATX0701RPB TXV (RPB) Size 060
Standard Low-Pressure Switch All Sizes
KSAHI0201HPS High-Pressure Switch All Sizes -.
P504-8083S Filter Drier Bl-flow Sizes 018-036.
P5004-8183S Filter Drier BI-flow Sizes 042-060
KHALS0101LLS Uquid Solenoid Valve (LSV) All Sizes
P165-0001 (RCD) (2 REQ'D/UNIT) Heat Pump Risers All Sizes
Isolation relay required.
t Use with low-ambient controller.
f Fan Motor with ball bearings required.
Hard shutoff TXV requires compressor start assist on 1-phase recip. compressors.
ft Requires outdoor thermostat.
N/A Not applicable in this application.
THERMOSTAT PKG DESCRIPTION
TSTATCCNHP01 Thermostat, Auto Changeover, Non-Programmable, *FPC, 2-Stage Heat, 1-Stage Cool
TSTATCCPHP01-A Thermostat, Auto Changeover, 7-Day Programmable, FPC, 2-Stage Heat, 1-Stage Cool
-HH-07AT-215 Thermostat, Manual Changeover, Non-Programmable, "F, 2-Stage Heat, i-Stage Cool
TSTATCCSEN01 Outdoor Temperature Sensor


TSTATCCPDF01-A
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Thermostat, Auto Changeover, 7-Day Programmable, FPC, Dual Fuel Thermostat, Must be Used
with Outdoor Sensor (TSTATCCSEN01). High-pressure switch must be added If not supplied with
thd'sVstem.


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LOW-AMBIENT LONG-LINE BURIED LINE SEA COAST
APPLICATIONS APPLICATIONS' APPLICATIONSt APPLICATIONS
ACCESSORY (Below 55*F) (Over 50 Ft) (Over 3 Ft) (Within 2 Miles)
Crankcase Heater Yes Yes Yes No
Evaporator Freeze Yes No No No
Thermostates No
Accumulator No No Yes No
Compressor Start Assist Yes Yes Yes -No
Capacitor and Relay
Low Ambient Controller
or Yes No No .No
MotorMaster@ Control
Wind Baffle See Low-Ambient Instructions No No No
Coastal Filter No No No Yes
Support Feet Recommended No No Recommended
Liquid-Line Solenoid Valve See Long-Line
or No Application Yes. No
Hard ShutoffTXV Guideline
Ball Bearing Fan Motor Yes No No No
SFor tubing line sets between 50 and 175 It, refer to Residential's Split Systems Long-Line Application Guidelines.
t For buried line applications, refer to Residential's Split Systems Buried Line Application Guidelines.



Accessory description and usage (Listed alphabetically)
S1. Ball.Bearing Fan Motor
A fan motor with ball bearings which permits speed reduction while maintaining bearing lubrication.
SUGGESTED USE: Required on all units where low-ambient controller (full modulation feature) or MotorMasler@ Control has been added.
2. Compressor Start Assist Capacitor/Relay Type
Start capacitor and start relay gives "hard" boost to compressor motor at each start-up.
SUGGESTED USE: Installations where interconnecting tube length exceeds 50 ft. Installations where outdoor design temperature exceeds 105"F (40.6*C). Replacement
installations with hard shutoff expansion valve on indoor coil. Units installed with low-ambient controller. Units installed with liquid solenoid valve.
3. Compressor Start Assist PTC Type
'olid-state electrical device which gives a "soft" boost to the compressor at each start-up.
,ESTED USE: Installations with marginal power supply.
Replacement installations with rapid pressure balance (RPB) expansion valve on indoor coil.
4. Crankcase Heater
An electric resistance heater which mounts to the base of the compressor to keep the lubricant warm during off cycles. Improves compressor lubrication on restart and
minimizes chance of refrigerant slugging. May or may not include a thermostat control.
SUGGESTED USE: When interconnecting tube length exceeds 50 ft.
When unit will be operated below 55*F (12.8"C) outdoor air temperature. (Use with low-ambient controller.)
5. Cycle Protector
Solid-state timing device which prevents compressor rapid recycling. Control provides an approximate 5-minute delay after power to the compressor has been interrupted
for any reason, including normal room thermostat cycling.
SUGGESTED USE: Installations in areas where power'interruptions are frequent.
Where user is likely to "play" with the room thermostat.
All commercial installations.
Installations where interconnecting tube length exceeds 50 ft.
High-rise applications.
6. Evaporator Freeze Thermostat
An SPST temperature actuated switch which stops unit operation when evaporator reaches freeze-up conditions.
SUGGESTED USE: All units where low-ambient controller has been added.
7. Filter Drier--B-flow
A device for removing contaminants from refrigerant circulating in a heat pump system: 2-direction flow.
SUGGESTED USE: Split-system heat pumps. '
8. Heat Pump Risers
Six in. tall plastic rails that are used to elevate outdoor units above mounting pad. The risers are adjustable from 24- to 34-in. long.
SUGGESTED USE: Heat pump installations in light to moderate snowfall areas.
Coastal installations.
Windy areas or where debris can circulate.
Rooftop installations.
9. High-Pressure Switch
Auto reset SPST switch activated by refrigerant pressure on high side of refrigerant circuit. C les compressor off if refrigerant pressure rises to about
425 psig. Provides additional protection against compressor damage due to loss of outdoor airfl.w.
SUGGESTED USE: Installations exposed to very "dirty" outdoor air. Installations where condenj let air temperature exceeds 125*F.
10. Interface Control
An electric control for controlling a heat pump and gas or oil furnace system for maximum eney savings. It allows heat pump to operate down to a
pre-determined economic balance point temperature, then switches to allow furnace operation only below that temperature. Requires outdoor thennostat
to be adjusted for economic balance point temperature.
SUGGESTED USE: All heat pump and gas- or oil-fired furnace combination systems.
11. Isolation Relay
SAn SPDT relay which switches the low-ambient controller out of the outdoor fan motor circuit when the heat pump switches to heating mode.
C".STED USE: All heat pumps where low-ambient controller has been added.
uld Solenoid Valve (LSV)
Electrically operated shutbff valve to be Installed at the outdoor unit and which stops and starts refrigerant liquid flow in response to compressor
operation. Maintains a column of refrigerant liquid ready for action at next compressor operation cycle.
NOT- Compressor srta t is capacitor/relay type must be used also on reciprocating compressors.
SUGGESTED USE: For improved system performance In air conditioners for certain combinations of Indoor and outdoor units. Refer to ARI Unitary Directory.
In certain long-line applications. Refer to Long-Line Application Guideline.








Accessory description and usage (continued)
13. Low-Ambient Controller
Head pressure controller is a cycle control device activated by a temperature sensor mounted on a header tube of the outdoor coil. It is designed to cycle the outdoor fan
motors in order to maintain condensing temperature within normal operating limits (approximately 100"F high and 60*F low). The control will maintain working head
. pressure at low-ambient temperatures down to 0F when properly installed.
1ESTED USE: Cooling operation at outdoor temperatures below 550F (12.80C).
.ow-Pressure Switch
Auto reset SPST switch activated by refrigerant pressure on low side of refrigerant circuit. Cycles compressor off if refrigerant pressure drops to about 27 psig. Prevents
indoor coil freeze-up due to loss of indoor airflow. Provides additional protection against compressor damage due to loss of refrigerant charge. To prevent rapid compressor
recycling. Cycle protector can be used with this switch.
SUGGESTED USE: Where indoor coil is exposed to "dirty" air.
All commercial installations.
15. MotorMaster0 Control
A fan speed control device activated by a temperature sensor. Designed to control condenser fan motor speed in response to the saturated, condensing temperature during
operation in cooling mode only. For outdoor temperatures down to -20F, it maintains condensing temperature at 100*F 10OF.
SUGGESTED USE: Cooling operation at outdoor temperatures below 55*F.
All commercial Installations.
16. Outdoor Sensor
A device that allows the temperature at a remote location (outdoors) to be displayed on the thermostat.
SUGGESTED USE: All corporate programmable thermostats.
17. Outdoor Thermostat
An SPDT temperature-actuated switch which turns on supplemental electric heaters when outdoor air temperature drops below set point.
SUGGESTED USE: Ileat pump installations with multiple-stage supplemental heaters.
18. Secondary Outdoor Thermostat
An SPDT temperature actuated switch which turns on third-stage of supplemental electric heaters when outdoor air temperature drops below the second-stage set point.
SUGGESTED USE: Heat pump installations where 3-stage operation of supplemental heaters is desired.
19. Sound Hood
Wraparound sound reducing cover for the compressor. Reduces the sound level by about 2 dBA.
SUGGESTED USE: Unit installed closer than 15 ft to quiet areas-bedrooms, etc. Unit installed between 2 houses less than 10 ft apart.
20. Thermostatic Expansion Valve (TXV)
A modulating flow-control valve which meters refrigerant liquid flow rate into the evaporator in response to the superheat of the refrigerant gas leaving the evaporator.
Kit includes valve, adapter tubes, and external equalizer tube. Both hard shutoff and RPB valves are available.
SUGGESTED USE: For improved system performance in cooling node for certain combinations of indoor and outdoor units. Refer to ARI Unitary Directory.
Required for use on all zoning systems.
21. Time-Delay Relay
I An SPST delay relay which briefly continues operation of the indoor blower motor to provide additional cooling after the compressor cycles off.
SUGGESTED USE: For improved efficiency ratings for certain combinations of indoor and outdoor units. Refer to ARI Unitary Directory.








Electrical data

.,,,. MAX MAX FUSEt
OPERATING VOLTS* COM R MIN WIRE LENGTH OR HACR
OUTDOOR V/PH FAN SIZE* (Ft)t TYPE CKT
.' UNIT;:. 60 Hz Max Min LRA RLA FLA MCA 60*C/75C 60*C/75"C BKR AMPS
S018-30 49.0 9.8 0.5 12.8 14/14 70/70 20
t,-018 31 '; 49.0 9.1 0.5 11.9 14/14 70/70 20
L,02430 o6 61.0 11.4 0.5 14.8 14/14 50/45 20
;,024-31 61.0 11.4 0.5 15.1 14/14 50/45 20
' 030-30 '.: 75.0 13.7 1.4 18.5 14/14 40/40 30
I".-030-31 73.0 14.7 1.4 19.8 14/14 35/35 30
4'' 036-30 105.0 18.0 1.4 23.9 12/12 50/50 35
208-230/1 253 197
036-31 92.0 17.5 1.4 23.3 12/12 50/50 35
042-30 -: 124.0 27.8 1.4 36.2 8/8 80/80 50
', 042-31 129.0 28.0 1.4 36.4 8/8 80/80 50
i':,048-30 '" 140.0 24.4 1.4 31.9 8/8 90/90 50
S-048-31. -..3 129.0 23.7 1.4 31.0 8/8 95/90 50
~ 060-30 165.0 30.8 1.4 39.9 8/8 75/70 60
1' 060-31 .:, 169.0 30.8 1.4 39.9 8/8 75/70 60
;. 030-50 68.0 9.0 1.4 12.7 14/14 70/65 15


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92.0 16.4 1.4 21.9 12/12 60/60 30
99.0 15.9 1.4 21.3 12/12 60/60 30
105.0 14.1 1.4 19.0 14/14 40/40 25
99.0 13.5 1.4 18.3 14/14 45/40 25
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S;:036-61 37.5 5.6 0.8 7.8 14/14 227/216 15
V: 042-60: 46.5 8.2 0.8 11.0 14/14 165/157 15
f .;042-61 49.5 8.7 0.8 11.7 14/14 152/144 15
460/3 506 414 -----
"- 048-60. 52.5 7.1 0.8 9.7 14/14 182/173 15
;048-61 49.5 7.4 0.8 10.1 14/14 165/157 15
11'.060-60 1' 66.5 8.5 0.8 11.4 14/14 152/144 15
-.060-61 c. 62.0 9.6 0.8 12.8 14/14 140/133 20
Permissible limits of the voltage range at which unit will operate satisfactorily. Operation outside these limits may result in unit failure.
t Time-delay fuse.
$ Length shown is as measured 1 way along the wire path between the unit and the service panel lor voltage drop not to exceed 2%.
ii wire is applied at ambient greater than 30*C (86"F), consult Table 310-16 of the NEC (ANSI/NFPA 70). The ampacity of nonmetallic-sheathed cable
(NM), trade name ROMEX, shall be that of 60*C (140*F) conductors, per the NEC (ANSI/NFPA 70) Article 336-30.
If other than uncoaled (non-plated), 60* or 75*C (140 or 167"F) insulation, copper wire (solid wire for 10 AWG and smaller, stranded wire for larger than
10 AWG) is used, consult applicable.tables of the NEC (ANSI/NFPA 70).
NOTE: Control circuit is 24v on all units and requires external power source. Copper wire must be used from disconnect to unit. All motors/compressors contain
Internal overload protection. Size 042 MCA value greater than 048 due to UL testing.
FLA Full Load Amps
HACR Heating, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration
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NOTES:
1. Allow 30 in. clearance to service side of
unit, 48 in. above unit, 6 in. on one side, 12 in.
on remaining side, and 24 in. between units for proper airflow.
2. Minimum outdoor operating ambient in cooling mode is
55F (unless low ambient control is used) max. 125*F.
3. 'Maximum outdoor operating ambient in heating mode
is 66F.
4. Series designation is the 13th position of the unit
model number.
5. Center of gravity S.


DIMENSIONS (IN.)


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22-1/2 33-15/16 3-3/16


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S 0,1 30 27-15/16 3-3/16 3/4 6-1/2 23-1/2 27-1/4 29-1/8 20 26-3/8 29-9/16 16-3/4 15 12 30 X 30
0 30 33-15/16 3-1/4 7/8 6-1/2 23-1/2 27-1/4 29-1/8 20 26-3/8 29-9/16 15 15-3/4 13-1/2 30X30
MI 1 30 31-15/16 3-1/4 7/8 6-1/2 23-1/2 27-1/4 29-1/8 20 26-3/8 29-9/16 15 15 13 30 X 30
0 30 39-15/16 3-1/4 7/8 6-1/2 23-1/2 27-1/4 29-1/8 20 26-3/8 29-9/16 15 15-3/4 15-1/2 30X30
1 30 31-15/16 3-1/4 7/8 6-1/2 23-1/2 27-1/4 29-1/8 20 26-3/8 29-9/16 15 15 13 30 X 30
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Copyright 1997 Carrier Corporation


F: FA4A

Product FB4A
p a +9 -- FC4B
Data Direct Expansion
Fan Coil

Sizes 018 thru 070






Air Handling Technology At
Its Finest
Carrier's FA4A, FB4A, and FC4B
direct expansion multipoise fan coils
are designed to cover a wide range
of air handling requirements. They
Share compact and ready to fit where
needed in the basement, crawl-
Sspace, attic, utility room, or closet.
All units come with solid-state
power board controls, 1-in. insulation
with an R value of 4.2, super-quiet
multispeed motors, and fully wettable
coils. Units can accommodate factory-
or field-installed heaters from 3 to
30 kw.
The FA4A is the residential new
construction (RNC) model in the
line-up. It is available with or
without factory installed discon-
nects. It has an embossed
galvanized steel casing, 2-speed
motor in 018 through 036 sizes
and 3-speed motor in 042 through
060 sizes. The FA4A is equipped
with an AccuRater* metering device.
The FB4A is the standard of
Carrier fan coils. It comes in a
prepainted galvanized steel casing
@ with foil-faced insulation and has a
\ 3-speed motor in the full range of sizes
018 through 070. All units are
equipped with an AccuRater metering
device and are also shipped with a
cleanable, permanent framed filter.
The FC4B is the deluxe design in
the fan coil group. It incorporates all
the features found in the FB4A. In
addition, it has a hard shut-off
thermostatic expansion valve (TXV)
metering device with internal check
valves for reverse-flow bypass
capability. The FC4B is available in
sizes 024 through 070.


Form FA4A.6PD


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Standard features


Grooved copper tubing
* Lanced sine-wave aluminum fin
Fully wettable coils
High-impact thermoplastic condensate pan
Primary and secondary drain connection with brass inserts
Multipoise design for maximum versatility
Field-installed heater packages from 3-30 kw (fused, circuit breaker, or non-fused)
Control board with built-in, replaceable 5-amp blade-type auto fuse
Cooling controls
Time-delay relay (TDR)
High-density, super thick R 4.2 insulation
Sweat connections -
Inspection plate for cleaning A-coil design
HUD approved for manufactured housing
40-va, 208/230-v transformer
All models listed with UL, cUL, ARI, and RADCO


Additional features


FA4A -
018-060 sizes available with-and without factory installed disconnect
Embossed galvanized steel cabinet
Foil faced high density insulation
** 2-speed motor in 018 through 036 sizes
3-speed motor in 042 through 060 sizes
AccuRater metering device
Factory-installed heaters available

FB4A
018-070 sizB i U ZL
Prepainted galvanized steel cabinet
3-speed motor on all sizes 018 through 070
Modular version available in 042 through 070 sizes
AccuRater metering device
Foil-faced, high density insulation
Factory-supplied, cleanable, permanent framed filter
Factory-installed heaters available
Factory-supplied power plug
Multiple electric entry

FC4B
S024-070 sizes

Prepainted galvanized steel cabinet
3-speed motor on all sizes 024 through 070
Modular version available in 054 through 070 sizes
toil-faced, high-density insulation
.;actory-supplied, cleanable, permanent framd .filter
Factory-supplied power plug
Multiple electric entry










Model number nomenclature


024


005


AEAA
A Common Unit
E Minor Engineering Change
A Standard Unit
A Standard Unit


Electric Heater (kw)
005'
008
010
015
Nominal Capacity (Btu)
018 -18,000 042 -42,000
024 24,000 048 48,000
030 30,000 060 60,000
036 -36,000 070 -60,000


B Modular with 1 in. Super Thick Insulation
C Factory Installed Disconnects
F- Single Piece Cabinet with 1 in. SuperThick Insulation


I N-208/230-1-60
A Original Series
B -Second Series
4-Multipoise
A-RNC
B-Standard
C-Deluxe


CERTIFICATION APPLIES ONLY WHEN THE
COMPLETE SYSTEM IS LISTED WITH ARI.


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Dime. sions

I TOP VIEW


FRONT VIEW SHOWN WITH "A' COIL
DETAILS CONNECTION LOCATIONS
FOR UPFLOW OR HORIZ APPUCATIONS


NOTE: Seies designation Is the 14th position
of unit model number.
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SUCTION UNE
CONNECTION
ACCESS PANEL CONFIG FOR
SLOPE COIL DETAILS SLOPE COILS
CONNECTION LOCATIONS DOWNFLOW OR HZ
SHOWN FOR UPFLOW RIGHT APPLICATIONS
OR HORIZ LEFT APPUCATIONS AND "A COILS
DOWNFLOW APPUCATIONS


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A95535


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COIL A B C D E Ht J
TYPE In. mm In. mm In. mm In. mm In. mm In. mm In. mm
8'SW S 0 Slope 42-11/16 1084.3 14-5/16 363.5 12-7/16 316.0 12-5/16 312.7 10-7/16 265.1 12.0 304.8
SSlope 47-11/16 1211.5 17-5/8 447.5 15-3/4 400.1 15-5/8 396.9 15-3/8 390.5 17.0 431.8
03 'Slope 49-5/8 1260.5 17-5/8 447.5 15-3/4 400.1 15-5/8 396.9 15-3/8 390.5 17.0 431.8
02 Slope 53-7/16 1357.3 21-1/8 536.5 19-1/4 489.0 19-1/8 485.8 19-3/16 487.0 28-5/16 719.1 19.0 482.6
S A 49-5/8 1260.5 21-1/8 536.5 19-1/4 489.0 19-1/8 485.8 15-11/16 398.3 24-1/2 622.3 -
.038 .060W- A 53-7/16 1357.3 21-1/8 536.5 19-1/4 489.0 19-1/8 485.8 19-1/2 495.3 28-5/16 719.1 -
, 0 050, A 59-3/16 1503.4 24-11/16 627.0 22-3/4 577.9 22-11/16 576.2 25-1/4 641.5 4-1/16 865.2 -
Descriptions and dimensions apply to all versions (FA4A, FB4A, and FC4B), unless otherwise specified.
t Applicable for modular units only.








Dimensions continued


SLOPE COIL


1A95531
I A-COIL

g i i O.NsIz'E a ~ COILTYPE F G
,s as a .In. mm In. mm
i B0148024 Slope 18-1/8 460.4 18-5/8 473.1
5 a 030wg SSlope 23-1/8 587.4 23-5/8 600.0
038Slope 23-1/8 587.4 23-5/8 600.0
g 042_ __Slope 26-15/16 684.2 27-1/2 698.5
g 048 A 23-7/16 593.3 23-1/8 587.4
038,O60 !A 27-1/4 692.2 26-15/16 684.2
B A 32-15/16 836.6 32-5/8 828.7
* Descriptions and dimensions apply to all versions (FA4A, FB4A, and FC4B), unless
otherwise specified.







Physical data
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MODEL FA4A ,..-, :j 'I018,i .'024 : .;* 030 : .-036 J., .042 r 4048s A ;r i :060* 6"-;.. r.. .' --.
*.-: .J FB4A A' A 018 oi.f.: )' 024 A,. . 030 '". ; o036, t o042,#g, o48,1ij l,-' I Mo 060(1 1 -I:Ir,; i 070 .o .
S'"i.'I FC4B1%: 0..':'r ;;|- .: 024.11 .030A! ? 1.036-.1? iXt; 042Qa *j'048Jrfli f 03801 I' .,060.i}' ;9 .054P'- g'r 070 i
SHIPPING WT (Lb) FA 92 100 117 118 137 150 167 -
FB/FC 96 112 120 127 146 157 175 201
REFRIGERANT
METERING DEVICE Bypass AccuRater (FA4A, FB4A);TXV Factory Installed on FC4B
PISTON SIZE 55 63 70 76 84 88 96 101
TXV SIZE t 2 ton 2-1/2 ton 3 ton 3 ton 4 ton 3 ton 5 ton 4 ton 5 ton

Rows and Fins
Per In. 2 and 14.5 3 and 14.5 3 and 14.5 3 and 14.5 3 and 14.5 3 and 14.5 3 and 14.5 3 and 14.5 3 and 14.5 3 and 14.5
Face Area (Sq Ft) 2.23 2.23 2.97 2.97 3.46 4.45 5.93 5.93 7.42 7.42
Configuration Slope Slope Slope Slope Slope A A A A A

Air Discharge
CFM (Nominal) 650 850 1100 1300 1500 1700 1300 2000 1700 2000
Motor Hp (PSC) 1/5" 1/4 1/3" 1/3 1/2 3/4 1/3 3/4 1/2 3/4
FILTER:t 21-1/2 x 13 21-1/2 x 16-3/8 21-1/2 x 19-7/8 21-1/2 x 23-5/16
SFan coil units with hard shut-off TXV may require compressor hard start components. Refer to outdoor unit specifications.
f FC4B factory-installed TXV is hard shut-off, bypass flow-type for heat pump application.
4 Filter must be field supplied for FA4A units. (See Accessory Kits.)
" FA4A018 fan coil has a 1/10 Hp motor
FA4A030 fan coil has a 1/4 Hp motor
NOTE: Descriptions and dimensions apply to all versions (FA4A, FB4A, FC4B, etc.), unless otherwise specified.


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Performance data


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NOTES: 1. Airflow based upon dry coil at 230v with factory approved filter and electric heater (2 element heater, sizes 018 through 036;
3 element heater, sizes 042 through 060).
2. Not recommended for use above 0.60 in. external static pressure.
Airflows in this region have the potential for condensate to blow out of the drainpan. If usage in this region is desired, consult
duct static pressure graph for allowable return and supply duct static pressures.
Airflows in this region are outside recommended airflow for all applications. Usage at these airflows could result in condensate
blowing out of the drainpan.


AIRFLOW PERFORMANCE (CFM)
MODEL EXTERNAL STATIC PRESSURE (IN.WC)
AND BLOWER MOTOR 0.10 0.20 0.30 0.40 0.50 0.60
SIZE SPEED 208V 230V 208V 230V 208V 230V 208V 230V 208V 230V 208V 230V
FA4A High 660 615 675 565 625 500 565 5;405 470 -
018 Low 585 650 540 605 490 555 420 485 V0 345 395 -
High 455 690 550 600
Z- 018 Medium 650 625 585 660 545 620 j2'480 555 385 450
Low 565 650 535 620 500 590 460 545 :,'405 : 480' 330 385
FA4A High 890 835 865 780"1 805 1715- '735 635'' 650.
024 Low 820 900 785 855 745 805 (F7O) 750 '(640: 680. 545: 575
FBHigh IB goo 900 840 870 780 805 'Y695, *725: ,560. '595
FB4A, FC4B Hig ____0__ _i ___ ---- ______ __ _
024 Medium 835 900 795 855 745 800 690 740 610 ;650 ..470 510
Low 605 695 575 665 530 625 485 580 V7425' '510. '340 395
FA4A High 1075 1030 1115 985 1055, (,920-) /990o :'850: 910 '!.750.' -805
030 Low 825 960 810 935 790 890 750 -845 6 690 780 590 680
4AFHigh 105, 1110 :-985 1015. .880 :900
FB4A,FC4B Medium 1055 1020 1115 980 1055 930 1000 ':960" *920. ".755: .810
030
Low 830 950 805 925 780 890 740 850 .'685 790 .?:-.595 ".700
FA4A High 1320 1405 1265 1345 1205 1280 1135 1210 4"1060i 1120 .:'960'. 1025
036 Low 1100 1215 1070 1170 1020 1115 960 1060 890' 980 :805;.; 895
FB4A, FC4B High 1365 1300 1350 t1A230 '..1275'. :.1150. 1190
036 Medium 1235 1200 1325 1160 1265 1110 1210 1055' -1140' v.985 !1070
Low 1035 1185 1010 1150 980 1115 940 1070 f890 j..'1010'1:" 825- '935
FA4A, FB4A, High 1580 1540 10 1495 1440 1530 013751 ,1445. 9?1290., 1355
FC4B Medium 1400 1570 1375 1525 1350 1480 1305 1425 i1255 :1360'' 11751, 11280.
S042 Low 1195 1375 1180 1350 1165 1325 1135 1285 1085; '.1240 1"020 : 1160
FA4A, FB4A, High '.1785 1700. 1735 51615': ,1645't 11520. .1555, 1430'i 1460
FC4B Medium 1740 V, ,1660' 1750 -:15851i 111660. 'I11510s 1575. f-1435 ";'1485 --:. 1350 -1390
048 Low 1425 1605 1395 1555 1360 1495 1315 1430 $1255" ':1360'-. .1'170 91270
FA4A, FB4A, High ..1965i~. .1905'; 1975. 1830. i-1895'
FC4B Medium 1i 970 i:1915 Z ,1860. 1 1t980, ',,'1805- :1905y' ,1740, !.1830
060 Low 1680 1895 1655 1855 1625 1810 1595 1765 .1555' .1705 1500',1. ;'1645
High 2050 : :.1960 l '. 2025Y' :; 1875 1930 1790 ".1825'
FB4A,FC4 Medium 1880 2075 1845 '2015 1795 1945 1745 1870" ?-1675 '.. 1.790 159 1 1700.
070 -
Low 1570 1825 1560 1795 1545 1745 1,520 1700 '" 1480 1640 -1420. ".1565"
High 1570 1700 1525 1645 1475 1580 1420 1515 .1355' 1440 1'1285. '1360
SMedium 1215 1420 1180 1380 1150 1340 1110 1290 1060 1240 1000. 1170
038
Low 1020 1200 995 1185 960 1130 925 1090 "880 1040. "'835 .980
CHigh 1700 1835 1640 1760 1570 1685 1500 1605 .1420 1520;.' :1330' ;'1430
054B Medium 1505 1660 1455 1600 1395 1540 1330 1470 '1260' 1395 : 1175 '1310
S Low 1300 1460 1260 1410 1205 1350 1145 1290 :.1080 1220 '.1000 '1140







Performance data continued


MINIMUM CFM AND MOTOR SPEED SELECTION

I' FAN COIL SIZES HEATER KW
S FA,FB, FC 3 5 8 9 10 15 18 20 24 30
018 525 525 525 600' -
:::: 024 700 700 700 700 775 -
v;' . 030 875 875 875 875 1060' -
036,038 1050 970 970 970 920 1040 -
.-.: ;' 042 : 1225 1225 1225 1225 1225 1225 -
t: ':', 048,054 1400 1400 1400 1400 1400 1400 1400 1400
.' :060,070 1750 1750 1750 1750 1750 1750 1750 1750
* Indicates medium speed (blue). All other motor speeds at low tap.


FILTER STATIC PRESSURE DROP (IN. WC)

UNIT CFM
S SIZE 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000.
,.* 018 0.02 0.044 0.075 -
', 024 .'- 0.044 0.075 0.110 -
'030 .', 0.048 0.072 0.100 -
":'. .036 0.072 0.100 0.130 -
033, 038, 042 0.070 0.092 0.120-
048 0.092 0.120 0.152
':.- ';i 060 0.120 0.152 0.187
054,070 0.086 0.105 0.130


ELECTRIC HEATER STATIC PRESSURE DROP (IN. WC)

018-036 042-070


EXTERNAL STATIC
HEATER PRESSURE
ELEMENTS KW CORRECTION
0 0 +.02
1 3,5 +.01
2 8,10 0
3 9,15 -.02-
4 20 -.04


EXTERNAL STATIC
HEATER PRESSURE
ELEMENTS KW CORRECTION
0 0 +.04
2 8,10 +.02
3 9,15 0
4 20 -.02
6 18,24,30 -.10


The airflow performance data was developed using fan coils with 10-kw electric heaters (2 elements) in the 018 through 036
size units and 15-kw heaters (3 elements) in the 042 through 070 size units. For fan coils with heaters of a different number
of elements, the external available static at a given CFM from the curve may be corrected by adding or subtracting available
external static pressure as indicated above.

AIR DELIVERY PERFORMANCE CORRECTION COMPONENT PRESSURE DROP (IN. we)
AT INDICATED AIRFLOW (DRY-TO-WET COIL)

S .UNIT. CFM
S SIZE 500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1350
018 0.023 0.034 0.044 -
:-' .024 0.035 0.051 0.066 0.080 0.091 -
S 030 0.051 0.063 0.073 0.081 -
.:;.'036 0.073 0.081 0.091 0.098 0.102


UNIT .' CFM
S, SIZE:. : 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000
rf.033,042 4 .. 0.075 0.083 0.091 0.098 -
r J 048 f;,, ... -- 0.066 0.073 0.080 .0.086 0.091 --
S 038,060 ';' .. 0.051 0.057 0.063 0.069 0.073
054. 070 0.030 0.034 0.039 0.044 0.053
NOTE: Subtract the above pressure drop corrections from unit airflow data when that component or condition Is used. The remaining external static
pressure will be available for the duct system.








Performance data continued


GROSS COOLING CAPACITIES (MBH)

COIL REFRIGERANT TEMPERATURE ("F)*
EVAPORATOR 35 40 45 50 55
AIR
CFM AND Evaporator Air Entering Wet-Bulb Temp (F)
UNIT BF 72 67 62 72 67 62 72 67 62 72 67 62 72 67 62
400 28 23 19 25 21 16 22 17 13 19 14 11 15 10 9
0.08 ,,13 14 15 12 13 14 711 .' 12 12' '10~ .10 11.' 8 9 9
500 31 26 21 28 23 18 25 20 15 21 16 13 17 12 11
FA4A, FB4A 0.10 .15 16 18 14 15 16 12 14. 15 11 12 13 .9' 10 10
018 600 33 28 23 31 25 20 27 22 17 23 17 14 19 13 12
0.13 .16 18 20 15 17 18 13. 15. 16' "12 ,14 14 10 12 12
650 34 29 24 32 26 21 28 22 18 24 18 15 19 13 13
0.14 '16 19 21 15 17 19 14 16 17 13- 14 15 11 12 13
600 39 33 27 36 29 23 31 24 18 27 19 15 21 14 12
0.05 '19 20 22 17 19 20 15 .16 17. 13: 14 15 11 12 12
FA4A, FB4A, 700 42 35 29 38 31 25 34 27 20 29 21 17 23 16 14
FC4B
024 0.06 '.20 22 24 .18 20 22 17 .18 20 '.:15 -16 17 13 .14 14
875 47 39 32 42 35 28 38 30 23 32 24 20 26 18 17
0.08 '.22 '25 28 21 23 .26 ..19 .21 23 -: 17 -.19 .20 15 16' 17
750 48 40 32 44 35 28 38 30 23 32 24 18 26 17 15
0.04 :'23: 25 '26 .21 .22 .24:- :19 .. 20 21;:: 416 .18 '18 14 15, 15
FA4A, FB4A, 900 53 44 36 48 39 31 42 33 25 36 27 21 28 19 17
FC4B.
030 0.06 '25 "28 ,30 23 25 '27 .21.. : 23 24 i18 20 21 16 17 17
1075 58 48 39 52 42 34 46 36 28 39 29 24 31 21 20
0.07 ::'27 '31 ;33 25 28:' 31 123'1 :25": .27 ':,;:20.' 22'' 24 17 19" '20
800 53 43 35 48 38 29 41 31 23 34 25 18 27 18 15
0.05 ..25 27 ,. 28 ,23 24 "325 "20 21 22: L17 : 19 18 :.15 -16 : 15
900 58 47 38 52 41 32 45 34 26 37 27 20 29 19 16
FA4A, FB4A, 0.06 :27 '30 31 :.-25 27.,; 28 ;22.- :24': :.'25', 19" 1 21 :'20.: 16 "1.7 .: '16.
FC4B
036 1100 65 54 43 58 47 36 51 39 29 43 31 24 33 22 20
0.07 V31' 34" -36 '28 31 33" ':25 "'28 "29 2 4.22" :24. 24: '.19 '20" '19
1300 71 59 48 64 51 41 56 43 33 47 35 27 37 25 22
0.09 34 38 41 .'31 35 37 28 "t31 32 25 -28 27' 21 '234. 22
1000 69 57 46 62 50 39 54 42 31 45 33 25 35 23 20
0.05 33. ,35 '37 '30 32 33 .26:: .28 29 ;23' 24:' 25..: 19 .20 .'20
1200 77 63 51 69 55 44 61 47 35 51 37 29 39 26 24
FA4A, FB4A, 0.07 :36 39 .42 ,'33 : -36 38,' 29. .32 '34. ': 26 28 29 22 23. 24
FC4B ---
042 1350 82 68 55 74 59 46 65 50 38 54 39 31 42 28 26
0.08 39 43 46 35 39 .41 :32. 35 37'" '28 30 31 23 .26 26
1530 87 72 59 79 64 50 69 53 41 58 42 34 46 30 28
0.09 ,'41 46 50 38 142 45 34. :38 40,'; ,30 33 34 26 ,28 28
1200 83 69 56 75 61 48 66 52 39 56 41 32 45 30 26
0.05 ::39 .43 46 36 39. 42 32 35 37."` 28 31 32 24 26 26
1400 90 75 61 82 66 53 72 57 43 61 45 36 49 33 30
FA4A,FB4A, 0.06 ;42 '47 51 .39 43 47 35 '39 :42: '31- 34' 36. 27 29 30
FC4B
048 1600 95 79 65 87 71 56 77 60 47 66 48 40 52 36 33
0.07 .45 51 55 "42 47' 51 38 42 46 .34 38 40 29 32 33
1750 99 83 68 90 74 59 80 63 50 69 51 42 55 37 35
0.08 r -47 53 59 '44 49" 54 .40 '45 "49.' "36 40 42' 31 34 35
See notes on pg. 11.












GROSS COOLING CAPACITIES (MBH) continued
COIL REFRIGERANTTEMPERATURE ("F)'
EVAPORATOR 35 40 45 50 55
CF AND Evaporator Air Entering Wet-Bulb Temp ("F)
UNIT BF 72 67 62 72 67 62 72 67 62 72 67 62 72 67 62


FA4A, FB4A
060
FC4B
038, 060


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51 72


943 46 I ,' 9I484 IS9 It41 43 35 43937.I 38 I41 0:.6' 1132 31


,25 !' 27 -'


26


1600 104 85 69 94 76 59 83 64 47 70 51 38 55 37 31
0.05 .49. 't53,-i. J57:' :.45- .149 ; 1510 .401'y .-44.:V .~45, i ~3 ~1384 .38 0 3 '32-! 3l1
1750 109 91 73 99 80 63 87 68 51 74 54 41 58 39 33
0.05 C.52 F 57.; '61",. '47 '152 : ji55t.1 .43;.' 4 47, .'49.h ,38.4 ;.41.; 'J.41, 32 35. 33--.
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~~~, 26 .. 4,,, 19 J3.J;: 1 d4 3 '3 3.'i''


2000
006


'56 I


35 '., 39 i


38
.38 '


f 1300 93 77 63 84 69 52 75 58 43 64 46 33 50 32 27
002 '44 -, 47.1 ,50.; : 40fL '43 q i.45"' %'.36jt ',38.: 39 1' :i31.tV. IJ3: 3 33 26.. .27. 27,
1600 104 87 72 95 78 61 85 67 50 73 53 40 58 38 34
FB4A
070 0.03 50 -54. 58 6 50: 53 .'41" .-45' :347,'. ',36 4391-. *,40 .31' 33. '33
FC4B 1750 109 91 75 100 82 65 89 70 53 76 57 44 61 41 36
054,070- -- ------------
408 52; .57' 62'" -48;,: 53 '.57 '43 ,:48. ,'51 *-/39 ;. 42 r.43, "33 .. 36 36 .
2000 116 .98 81 106 87 70 95 75 58 82 61 49 67 45 40
005 '-55 1.62 ' 68,' : 7 .5 .57,. "62 -47.j' t52 ,:56 a "42 46" 1 49 ~36'. 40 1 '-40 .
SSaturated suction leaving evaporator coil. 4. SHC is based on 80"F db temperature of air entering coil. Below 80F
SSensible Heat Capacity (1000 Btuh) subtract (corr factor x CFM) from SHC.
BF Bypass Factor Above 80*F db, add (corr factor x CFM) to SHC.
NOTES: SHC CORRECTION FACTOR
1. Contact manufacturer for cooling capacities at conditions other than
shown in table. ENTERING AIR DRY-BULB TEMPERATURE ("F)
2. Formulas: e h 79 78 77 76 75 Under75
Leaving db = entering db 19 sensb FACTOR 81 82 83 84 84 Over 85
Correction Factor
Leaving wb = wb corresponding to enthalpy of air leaving coil (hlwb) 00 08 1 2 2 I 4
0.10 0.98 1.96 2.94 3.92 4.91
Shb total capacity (Btuh) 0.20 0.87 1.74 2.62 3.49 4.36 Use formula
hiwb = hewb 4.5 CFM 0.30 0.76 1.53 2.29 3.05 3.82 shown below

where hewb = enthalpy of air entering coil.' Interpolation is permissible.
3. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate. Correction Factor = 1.09 x (1 BF) x (db 80)





Carrier accessories

ITEM ACCESSORY PART NO.' FAN COIL SIZE USED WITH
Disconnect Kit KFADK0101DSC Cooling controls and heaters 3 kw through 10 kw
Downflow Base Kit KFACB0101CFB 018,024
KFACB0201CFB 030, 036
KFACB301 CFB 038, 042, 048, 060
KFACB0401CFB 054, 070


Downflow Conversion Kit


KFADC0201 SLP


Slope Coll Units--018, 024, 030, 036 042


A-Coll Units---038 0


.I ... ...


Single-Point Wiring Kit KFASP0101SPK 15 and 20 kw Fused Heaters
Filter Kit (12 Pack) KFAFK0112SML 018, 024
KFAFK0212MED 030, 036
KFAFK0312LRG 038, 042, 048, 060
KFAFK0412XXL 054, 070
Power Plug Kit (25 Pack) KFAPP0125PLG FA4A 018-060
* Factory-authorized and listed, field installed.


KFADCO401ACL


I I I I I I I I I I 26


r'26'.


'62 ",67: 51: I-57?.


"161 ..46' 11 51'. '54'"f ;)41' '45,;' *'45,.







Accessory Kits Description Suggested and Required Use
1. Disconnect Kit
The kit is used td disconnect electrical power to the fan coil so service or maintenance may be performed safely.
SUGGESTED USE: FC4, FB4, and FA4 units for 3kw through 10kw electric resistance heaters and cooling controls.
2. Downflow Base Kit
This kit is designed to provide a I-in. minimum clearance between unit discharge plenum, ductwork, and combustible materials. It also provides a gap free
seal with the floor.
AEQUIRED USE: This kit must be used whenever FC4, FB4, and FA4 fan coils are used in downflow applications.
3. Downflow Conversion Kit
Fan coils are shipped from the factory for upflow or horizontal-left applications. Downflow conversion kits provide proper condensate water drainage and
support for the coil when used in downflow applications. Separate kits are available for slope coils and A-coils.
REQUIRED USE: This kit must be used whenever FC4, FB4, and FA4 fan coils are used in downflow applications.
4. Single Point Wiring Kit
The single point wiring kit acts as a jumper between LI and L3 lugs, and between the L2 and L4 lugs. This allows the installer to run 2 heavy-gage, high-
voltage wires into the fan coil rather than 4 light-gage, high-voltage wires.
SUGGESTED USE: FC4, FB4, and FA4 fan coils only with 15kw and 20kw heaters.
5. Fan Coil Filter
The kit consists of 12 fan coil framed filters. These filters collect large dust particles from the return air entering the fan coil and prevents them from collecting
on the coil. This process helps to keep the coil clean, which increases heat transfer and in turn the efficiency of the system.
SUGGESTED USE: To replace filters in FC4, FB4, and FA4 fan coils.
REQUIRED USE: All FA4A units unless a filter grille is used.
6. Power Plug Kit
The kit consists of 25 wire harness assemblies. Each plug provides the high-voltage power connection to the fan coil in the absence of electric heat.
REQUIRED USE: FA4A units installed without electric heat.

FACTORY INSTALLED HEATER OPTIONS

MODEL 018 024 .030 036. 042 .. 048 060
;;'; FA4ANF 5, 8, 10 5,8,10 5, 8,10,15 5,8,10,15 8,10, 15 8,10,15 10
FA4ANC 5, 8,10 5, 8,10 5, 8,10 5, 8,10 8,10 8,10 10
S. FB4ANF 5,8,10 5, 8, 10 5,8,10, 15 5, 8,10,15 8,10,15 8,10,15 10


Accessory electric heaters

INTERNAL
HEATER KWM CIRCUIT FAN COIL SIZE HEATING CAP."
PART NO. @ 240V VOLTS/PH KW/STAGE PROTECTION USED WITH @ 230V
KFAEH0101N03 3 230/1 3 Nonet 018-024 9,400
KFAEH0201N05 5 230/1 5 Nonet 018-060 15,700
KFAEH0301N08 8 230/1 8 Nonet:. 018-070 25,100
KFAEH0401N10 10 230/1 10 Nonet 018-070 31,400
KFAEH0601F20 20 230/1 10,10 Fuse 030-070 62,800
KFAEH0801315 15 230/3 5, 10 Nonet 036-070 47,100.
KFAEH0901318 18 230/3 6,6, 6 Nonet 042-070 56,500
KFAEH1001F24 24 230/3* 8,8,8 Fuse 048,060,070 78,300
KFAEH1101F30 30 230/3' 10,10, 10 Fuse 048,060,070 94,100
KFAEH1301C05 5 230/1 5 Circuit Breakert 018-060 15,700
KFAEH1401C08 8 230/1 8 Circuit Breakert 018-038 25,100
KFAEH1501C10 10 230/1 10 Circuit Breakert 018-070 31,400
KFAEH1701C20 20 230/1 10,10 Circuit Breaker4 030-070 62,800
KFAEH1901S20 20 230/1 10, 10 Fuset 030-070 62,800
KFAEH2501N09 9 230/11 3,6 Nonet 030-070 28,200
KFAEH2601F15 15 230/1 5, 10 Fuse 024-070 47,100
KFAEH2701S15 15 230/1 5, 10 Fuset 024-070 47,100
KFAEH2801C15 15 230/1 5, 10 Circuit Brakerf 024-070 47,100

Smart heat
INTERNAL
HEATER KW CIRCUIT FAN COIL SIZE HEATING CAP."
PART NO. @ 240V VOLTS/PH KWISTAGE PROTECTION USED WITH @ 230V
KFAEH2201H10 10 230/1 4, 6 Nonet 018-036 31,400
KFAEH2301H15 15 230/1 3, 8,4 Fuse 024-048 47,100
KFAEH2401H20 20 230/1 5, 10, 5 Fuse 030-070 62,800
SField convertible to 1 phase.
t Field convertible to 3 phase.
t Approved for Canadian application.
Blower motor heat not included.
dhen using units with 20-, 24-, and 30-kw electric heaters, maintain a 1-in. clearance from combustible materials to discharge plenum and ductwork
and maintain a distance of 36 In. from the unit. Use an accessory downflqw base to maintain proper clearance on downflow Installations.
Use flexible connectors between ductwork and unit to prevent transmission of vibration. When electric heater Is Installed, use heat resistant material
for flexible connector between ductwork and unit at discharge connection. Ductwork passing through unconditioned space must be insulated and
covered with vapor barrier.







FAN COIL ELECTRICAL DATA
(UNITS WITHOUT ELECTRICAL HEAT)
BRANCH CIRCUIT
MIN Max Wire
UNIT VOLTS CKT Min Wire Length (Ft)t Fuse
S SIZE (1 PHASE) FLA AMPS Size' Awg 208v 230v Amps
: *.',018 208/230 1.6 2.0 14 325 350 15
:: 024 208/230 2.0 2.5 14 250 275 15
.030 208/230 2.4 3.0 14 210 225 15
.036,038 208/230 3.2 4.0 14 150 175 15
', 042,054 : 208/230 3.4 4.7 14 125 150 15
- 048 "* 208/230 5.5 6.9 14 90 100 15
I.'.. 060,070 208/230 5.4 6.8 14 90 100 15
SUse copper wire only. Use 75C only in this application. When using non-metallic (NM) sheathed cable, wire size required should be based on that
of 60C conductors, instead of wire sizes shown in table above per NEC 1996 Article 336-30.
t Length shown is as measured one way along wire path between unit and service panel for a voltage drop not to exceed 2%.
FLA Full Load Amps


ELECTRIC HEATER INTERNAL PROTECTION

FUSE CKT BKR
HEATER KW PHASE QT/SIZE OTY/SIZ

3 1
5 1 1/60
8 1 1/60
10 1 1/60
15 1 2/30 -2/60 2/60
20 1 4/60 2/60
24 3/1 6/60
30 3/1 6/60
9 1/3 --
15 3 _- --
18 3 -









ESTIMATED SOUND POWER LEVEL
CONDITIONS OCTAVE BAND CENTER FREQUENCY*
UNIT. Ext Static Motor
SIZE '. CFM Pressure Rpm 63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000
'..: '. 018- 650 0.25 950 63 59 55 54 50 48 44
, 024 .. 875 0.25 1075 64 60 56 53 53 49 45
:'"'..-' 030, 033 .,''" 1075 0.25 1075 65 61 57 54 54 50 46
1.. 036,038 1300 0.25 1075 66 62 58 55 50 47
'.'' 042 ', ; 1530 0.25 1075 67 63 59 56 56 52 48
.,'t048,054 1750 0.25 1075 67 63 59 56 56 52 48
. t:06.'''' 2000 0.25 1100 68 64 60 57 57 53 49
S- 070 ~. :' 2000 0.25 1075 68 64 60 57 57 53 49
* Estimated sound power levels hate been derived using the method described In the 1987 ASHRAE HVAC Systems & Applications Handbook,
Chapter 52, p. 52.7.










ELECTRIC HEAT' ELECTRICAL DATA


HEATER AMPS
20n18/2nv


MIN AMPACITY
2n/3i0nv-


MIN WIRE SIZE (AWG)
2032na0V++


eRA1Iru Portarr


MIN GND WIRE SIZE
209n'30V


FUSE/CKT BKR AMPS
208/230V


MAX. WIRE LENGTH
208/230V (FT)tt


KW INTERNAL CIRCA I DUAL CIRCUIT DUAL CIRCUIT
HEATER CIRCUIT SINGLE DUAL CIRCUIT SINGLE AL CIRCUIT SINGLE DUAL SINGLE L I I S DUAL CIRCUIT SINGLE DUAL CIRCUIT
PART NO. 240V 208V PHASE PROTECTION CIRCUIT LI, L2 L3, 4 CIRCUIT L1, 2. L3 L4 CIRCUIT L L2 U, L4 CIRCUIT L1, L2 L3, L4 CIRCUIT L1, 1.2 13. L4 CIRCUIT L1. L2 3, L4
KFAEHO101N03 3 2.3 1 None 10.9112.0 16.2/17.5 12/12 12/12 20/20 63/65 -
KFAEHO201N05' 5 3.8 1 None 18.1/20.0 2.17/29.0 8/8 8/8 30/30 81/85 -
KFAEHO201N05' 5 3.8 1 None 18.1/20.0 31.2/33.5 8/8 8/8 40/40 81/85 -
KFAEH1301CO5' 5 3.8 1 Ckt kr 18.1/20.0 26.7/29.0 8/8 8/8 30/30 81/85 -
KFAEH1301C0S' 5 3.8 1 Ck Bkr 18.1/20.0 31.2/33.5 8/8 8/8 40/40 81/85 -
KFAEH0301N08 8 6.0 1 None 28.9/32.0 43.0/46.9 8/8 10/10 45/50 61/62 -
KFAEH1401C08 8 6.0 1 CkI Bkr 28.9/32.0 43.0/46.9 8/8 10/10 45/50 61/62 -
KFlO0N0 9 6.8 1 None 32.8/36.0 47.9/51.9 6/6 10/10 560/60 94/96 -
KFAEH2501 N09:-
9 6.8 3 None 18.8/20.8 30.4/32.9 8/8 10/10 35/35 108/111 -
KFAEH0401N10 10 7.5 1 None 36.2/40.0 52.2/56.9 6/6 10/10 60/60 78/79 -
KFAEH1501C10 10 7.5 1 CM Bkr 36.2/40.0 522/56.9 6/6 10/10 60/60 78/79 -
KFAEH2601F15" 15 11.3 1 Fuse 54.2/59.9 36.2/40.0 18.1/20.0 74.7/81.8 52.2/56.9 22.7/25.0 4/4 6/6 10/10 8/8 10/10 10/10 80/90 60/60 25/25 86/87 78/79 78/79
KFAEH270nS1' 15 11.3 1 Fuse' 54.2/59.9 36.2/40.0 18.1/20.0 74.7/81.8 52.2/56.9 22.7/25.0 4/4 6/6 10/10 8/8 10/10 10/10 80/90 60/60 25/25 86/87 78/79 78/79
KFAEH2801C15'" 15 11.3 1 CM Bkr 36.2/40.0 18.1/20.0 52.2/56.9 22.7/25.0 6/6 10/10 10/10 10/10 60/60 25/25 78(79 78/79
KFAEH0801315 15 11.3 3 None 31.3/34.6 46.0/50.2 8/6 10/10 50/50 71/112 -
KFAEHO901318 18 13.5 3 None 37.8/41.5 53.9/58.8 6/6 10/10 60/60 94/95 -
KFAEH0601F20 20 15.0 1 Fuse 72.3/79.9 36.2/40.0 36.2/40.0 97.3/106.8 52.2/56.9 45.3/50.0 3/2 6/6 8/8 6/6 10/10 10/10 100/110 60/60 50/50 84/106 78/79 58/58
KFAEH1701C20 20 15.0 1 Ckt Bkr 36.2/40.0 36.2/40.0 52.2/56.9 45.3/50.0 6/6 8/8 10/10 10/10 60600 50/50 78/79 58/58
KFAEH1901S20 20 15.0 1 Fuse' 72.3/79.9 36.2/40.0 36.2/40.0 97.3/106.8 52.2/56.9 45.3/50.0 3/2 6/6 8/8 6/6 10/10 10/10 100/110 60/60 50/50 84/106 78/79 58/58

24 18.0 3 Fuse 50.1/55.4 69.5/76.2 4/4 8/8 8080 116/117 -
KFAEII101F24t-
24 18.0 1 Fuse 86.7/95.5 116.0/127. 1/1 6/6 125/10 112/113 -
30 22.5 3 Fuse 62.6/69.2 85.2/93.4 3/3 8/8 90/100 -- 120/121 -
KFAEH1101F30t' 109.0/ 143.0/
30 22.5 1 Fuse 120.0 157.0 0/00 6/6 150/175 114/145


SMART HEAT ELECTRICAL DATA
BRANCH CIRCUIT
HEATER AMPS MIN AMPACITY MIN WIRE SZEAWG) MIN GND WIRE SIZE FUSE/CKT BKR AMPS MAX. WIRE LENGTH
208/230V 208/230V- 208/230V 20/230V 20230V 208/230V (FT).
HEATER KW IR SINGLE DUAL CIRCUIT SINGLE DUAL CIRCUIT SINGLE DUAL CIRCUIT INGLE DUAL CIRCUIT DUAL CIRCUIT DUAL CIRCUIT
I .ATER CIRCUIT SINGLE I SINGLE SINGLE SINGLE I SINGLE D U SINGLE
PART NO. 240V 208V PHASE PROTECTION CIRCUIT L1,L12 U.3 L4 CIRCUIT L1,L.2 L3 L4 CIRCUIT L1,.2 3 L4 CIRCUIT LL 2 L3. L4 CIRCUIT L11.2 L3. L4
KFAEH2201H10 10 7.5 1 None 32.5/35.9 44.6/48.9 6/6 10/10 50/50 101/102
KFAEH2301Ht5 15 11.3 1 Fuse 54.2/59.9 39.7143.9 14.4/16.0 74.6/81.7 49.7/54.9 24.9/26.8 44 66 10/10 88 10/10 10/10 8090 5060 30/30 90/91 91/91 6970
KFAEH2401H20 20 15.0 1 Fuse 72.379.9 36.2/40.0 36.2/40.0 97.3/106.8 52.2/56.9 45.3/50.0 3/2 6/6 8/8 6/6 10/10 10/10 100/110 60/60 50/50 84/106 78/79 58/58



FIELD MULTIPOINT WIRING OF 24- AND 30-KW SINGLE PHASE

HEATER AMPS MIN AMPACITY MIN WIRE SIZE (AWG) MIN GND FUSE/CKT BKR AMPS MAX. WIRE LENGTH
HEATER KW 208O/23V 208/230V" 208/230VI" WIRE SIZE 208/230V 208/230V
PART NO. 240V 208V PHASE L1,L2 L3.L4 LS,L6 L1,L2 L3.L4 L5,L6 L1.2 L3,L4 L5.L6 208/230V L1.L2 L3L4 L5.L5 L1.L2 L3,L4 LS.L6
KFAEH1001F24t 24 18.0 1 28.9/32.0 28.9/32.0 28.9/32.0 43.0/46.9 36.1/40.0 36.1/40.0 8/8 8/ 8/8 10/10 45/50 40/45 40/45 61/62 73/73 73/73
KFAEH1101F30t 30 22.5 1 36.2/40.0 36.2/40.0 36.2/40.0 52.2/56.9 45.1/50.0 45.1/50.0 6/6 8/8 8/8 10/10 60/60 50/60 50/60 78/79 58/58 58/58

Approved for Canadian application.
t Field convertible to 1 phase, single or multiple supply circuit.
t Field convertible to 3 phase.
Includes blower motor amps of largest fan coil used with heater.
ft Copper wire must be used. If other than uncoated (non-plated), 75*C ambient, copper wire (solid wire for 10 AWG and smaller, stranded wire for larger than 10 AWG) is used,
consult applicable tables of the National Electric Code (ANSI/NFPA 70).
t: Length shown is as measured 1 way along wire path between unit and service panel for a voltage drop tot to exceed 2%.
** Heaters are smart capable when used with the FK fan coil and corporate 2-speed programmable thermostat (TSTATXXP2S01-A).

NOTE: 1. For fan coil sizes 018-036.
2. For fan coil sizes 042-060. A96497
3. Single circuit application of F15 and F20 heaters requires single-point wiring kit accessory.


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Product 38AQS/40RMQ
c DatHeat Pump Systems
Data



Nominal Heating: 83,000 to 164,000 Btuh
Nominal Cooling: 7V2 to 15 Tons

New catalog in process at time of printing. Contact your
Carrier Representative for most recent information.



Heat Pump Systems that Save
Energy and Provide Outstanding
Heating and Cooling All Year
S.all-season comfort in any
climate
high energy savings capability
suitable for new construction or
replacement

Features/Benefits
38AQS008
System indoor and outdoor
sections offer outstanding
1 performance in either the
Cooling or Heating mode
Heat pump system energy
savings opportunity
i;. i' Electrical energy consumption is al-
ways a prime concern when selecting
yt. jan air-conditioning system for a
commercial application. An easy,
.'" effective way to save energy is to in-
i. stall a heat pump. Should your
lr, building plans call for one, consider a
38AQS012,016 matched Carrier 38AQS/40RMQ
heat pump system. These systems not
.., i only provide highly efficient cooling,
they also double as a clean, safe, effi-
cient source of heat. In fact, they
i --- are capable of delivering approximately
)i ,. 3 units of heat energy for each unit
of electrical power consumed.
Heat pump uniqueness
The outstanding performance of these
Seat pump systems is due to the heat
Spump's ability to absorb and trans-
fer heat from outdoors to indoors
for heating, and from indoors to
outdoors for cooling. As shown in the
diagrams (page 4), system indoor
and outdoor sections operate as
40RMQ evaporators or condensers, depending
on whether heating or cooling is

Copyright 1995 Carrier Corporation Form 38AQS-2PD









required. The heating cycle always
starts with the evaporator absorbing
heat from the surrounding air (even
outside air at extremely cold tempera-
tures), and ends with the condenser
releasing or rejecting heat to the
air around it.
Variable refrigeration circuit-
ing (VRC) 38AQS units
For that extra measure of heat pump
performance, variable refrigeration
circuiting provides improved heat
transfer. The design combines check
valves and fixed-bore refrigerant
metering to optimize the circuiting of
the outdoor coil. This circuiting
achieves the best performance pos-
sible during both the heating and cool-
ing modes. The VRC feature provides
three valuable benefits that ordinary
heat pump systems cannot match:
* Improved heat transfer, resulting in
a higher Coefficient of Perfor-
mance (COP), especially at tem-
peratures below 47 F.
Improved reliability, by ensuring the
proper quality of refrigerant is flow-
ing to the compressor.
Faster coil defrosting.
38AQS application versatility
Whether for a new application or
replacerrent, these Carrier split sys-
tem heat pumps offer time-proven
performance for year-round comfort
in any climate.
Rugged long life compressor
38AQS units
Model 38AQS outdoor sections are
equipped with 06D semi-hermetic
compressors, which are famous
throughout the industry for their reli-
ability. These compressors have vane-
type oil pumps with positive oil pres-
sure, an oil pressure regulating valve,
class F stator windings, capacity re-
duction, oil level sight glass, and serv-
ice valves. Through cylinder unloading,
the 38AQS012 and 016 can reduce
capacity during the cooling phase to
reduce energy usage and improve
space temperature regulation. A
Cycle-LOCTM device in the 38AQS
control box holds the compressor off-
line if any operational or safety device
trips the compressor. The unit can
be reset manually at the thermostat.
Features to consider,
38AQS008 units
Controls for performance effi-
ciency The 38AQS008 unit offers


06D COMPRESSOR

the building owner operating con-
trols and components designed for
performance dependability. The highly
efficient semi-hermetic compressor is
engineered for long life and durabil-
ity. The compressor includes overload
protection and compressor vibration
isolation for further enhancement
of quiet operation. The high-pressure
switch protects the entire refrigera-
tion system from abnormally high
operating pressures. A loss-of-charge
switch is also provided to protect
the system against low charge condi-
tions.
The unit also includes anti-short-
cycling protection which protects the
compressor from the damage that can
be caused by rapid compressor cy-
cling. The 24-v control circuit trans-
former permits quick, easy wiring
of standard and programmable 24-v
thermostats.
Latest safety standards for
38AQS008 units are assured through
UL (Underwriters' Laboratories) and
CUL (UL Canada) approval.
The 38AQS008 utilizes a state-of-
the-art defrost board with field con-
figurable timed defrost cycles. The
defrost board may be easily configured
for defrost cycles of 30, 50, or 90
minutes, depending upon the
application.
Features to consider,
38AQS012,016 units
A low oil pressure switch protects
against loss of oil pressure. The
ChronotempTM defrost system allows
defrost to occur every 60 minutes
if the defrost thermostat is calling for
defrosting. If the thermostat Is not
calling for defrosting, another 60 min-
utes must pass before defrosting
begins.


Motor failure due to electrical overload
is prevented by temperature and cur-
rent sensors. Coil quality and per-
formance are enhanced by copper
tubes and aluminum fins, which pro-
vide maximum heat transfer. The
coil is circuited for subcooling. A large
heat transfer surface offers additional
efficiency.
Heat pump performance -
enhanced by Variable
Refrigeration Circuiting -
38AQS units
Cooling mode During cooling,
the 38AQS outdoor coil condenses
the hot gas through a converging
series circuit. First the check valve sys-
tem feeds all the hot gas through the
circuits at the bottom half of the
coil. This desuperheats and partially
condenses the hot gas. The hot gas is
then routed through the upper half
of the coil and finally through the sub-
cooling coil. The subcooled liquid
then enters the liquid line. This pro-
cess also occurs during defrosting,
resulting in improved, more thorough
defrosting by assuring that the bot-
tom half of the coils is hot and clear
so that the top frost slides down and
off.
Heating mode During heating,
the 38AQS outdoor coil becomes the
evaporator, absorbing available heat
from the outdoor air. The check valve
system directs the flow of liquid re-
frigerant to individual parallel circuits,
creating a "full face" active condi-
tion; the entire coil face is exposed to
the same temperature of entering
refrigerant. The result is maximum re-
covery of heat from outdoor air, a
higher COP, and improved reliability.
Innovative Carrier 40RMQ
indoor units are custom
matched to 38AQS outdoor
units for superior system
performance
The 40RMQ Series has excellent fan
performance, efficient direct-
expansion (DX) coils, easy installation,
and a unique combination of indoor
air quality features. Its versatility and
state-of-the-art features help to ensure
that your heat pump system pro-
vides economical performance now
and in the future.


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Benefits (cont)


atallation and service -
1Q multiposition design and
~ cnt layout help you to get
unit Installed and running quickly.
"edirect-expansion (DX) coils have
tory-lnstalled thermostatic expan-
on.valves (TXVs) with matching
Istrlbutor nozzles. All 40RMQ units
Islnclude factory-installed check
ls and piping for heat pump duty
i matching 38AQS units.
The 40RMQ units can be converted
rom horizontal to vertical operation
s simply repositioning the unit. Drain
n connections are duplicated on
both sides of the unit. Fan motors and
Contractors are prewired. For easier
service, the fillers, motor, drive, TXVs,
heck valves, and coil connections
ire accessible by removing a single
ide panel.
Indoor air quality (IAQ) features
-The unique combination of IAQ
features in the 40RMQ Series indoor
6nits helps to make sure that only
Clean, fresh, conditioned air is deliv-
6red to the occupied space.
i L e cooling mode,
I ansion (DX) cooling coils
preve._ ne build-up of humidity in the
room, even during part-load condi-
tions. Unit sizes of 10 tons and above
feature dual-circuit coils.
Standard 2-in. disposable filters
remove dust and airborne particles


from the occupied space.
Thermal insulation contains an
immobilized anti-microbial agent to
inhibit the growth of bacteria and
fungi. The anti-microbial agent is reg-
istered with the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA).
The pitched PVC drain pan can be
adjusted for a right- or left-hand
connection to provide positive drain-
age and to prevent standing con-
densate.
The 40RMQ accessory economizer
can provide ventilation air to im-
prove indoor air quality. When used in
conjunction with Carrier Comfort
System thermostats and CO2 sensors,
the economizer admits fresh outdoor
air to replace stale, recirculated indoor
air.
Economy The 40RMQ Series air
handlers have low initial costs, and
they continue to save money by pro-
viding reduced installation expense
and energy-efficient performance.
Quick installation reduces
installation costs, and TXVs, check
valves, and heat pump piping are
factory-installed.
High-efficiency, precision-
balanced fans minimize air turbulence,
surging, and unbalanced operation,
cutting operating expenses.
The economizer accessory precisely


controls the blend of outdoor air and
room air to achieve comfort
levels. When the outside air enthalpy
is suitable, outside air dampers can
fully open to provide "free"
cooling.
Rugged dependability 40RMQ
units are made to last. The die-formed
galvanized steel panels ensure struc-
tural integrity under all operating con-
ditions. Galvanized steel fan housings
are securely mounted to a die-formed
galvanized steel deck. Coil housings
are galvanized steel, and coils have
aluminum fins mechanically bonded to
copper tubes. The PVC condensate
drain pans provide corrosion-free
performance.
Coil flexibility Model 40RMQ
coils have galvanized steel casings;
inlet and outlet connections are on the
same end. The coils are designed for
use with Refrigerant 22 and have
3/8-in. diameter copper tubes mechani-
cally bonded to aluminum sine-wave
fins. The coils include matched,
factory-installed TXVs with matching
distributor nozzles. Check valves
and heat pump piping are also in-
cluded in all 40RMQ units.
Duplicate piping access holes on
both sides of the unit eliminate drilling;
condensate connections for both ver-
tical and horizontal installations are
also provided on both sides of the
unit.


Table of contents
Page
Features/Benefits ............ ................. ............... 1-5
Model Number Nomenclature .................. ..................... 6
ARI Capacities ................................... ....... ........ 7
Physical Data ................ ................. ............ 8,9
Accessories Outdoor Units ............... ................... 10
Options and Accessories Indoor Units ........................... 10
Dimensions Outdoor Units. ................. .................. 11,12
Dimensions Indoor Units ............... ................... 13-15
Selection Procedure. ................... ............................ 16
Performance Data ............. ...................... 16-20
Typical Piping and Wiring .............. ................... .. 21,22
Electrical Data ............. ................. ............ 23,24
Controls. . 25
Controls .................. ...................................... 25
Typical Control Wiring Schematic ............................... 26-30
A ion Data .................. .... .......... .............. 30-33
ecifications 38AQS008 Outdoor Units ................... 34,35
Guide specifications 38AQS012,016 Outdoor Units ............... 36,37
Guide Specifications Indoor Units. ............................. 38,39







Features/Benefits (cont)


COOLING AND HEATING CYCLES TYPICAL FOR 38AQS008 UNITS


LEGEND
C Check Valve Closed
O Check Valve Open


LEGEND
C Check Valve Closed
O Check Valve Open


REVERSING'


TO
INDOOR COIL


VAPOR


COOLING


FROM
INDOOR COIL


FROM
INDOOR COIL


HEATING


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COOLING AND HEATING CYCLES TYPICAL FOR 38AQS012,016 UNITS
REVERSING VALVE REFRIGERANT MIXTURE REVERSING VALVE Tnr TA
REVERSINGN VALV HA AA


S CV Check Valve
LLSV Liquid Line Solenoid Valve
COOLING HEATING







Model number nomenclature



38AQS 008 - 5 0 1 --
38AQS Factory-Installed
Heat Pump Options
Unit with - Standard Unit
Semi-Hermetic
Compressor Packaging
Packaging
Nominal Tons 1 Standard Unit
008 7 1/2 Tons
012 10 Tons
016 15 Tons Series
- Not Used 0 Original


Condenser Coil
- Copper Tube/
Aluminum Fin
C Copper Tube/
Copper Fin
*sizes 012,016 only.


Voltage
1 575-3-60*
5 208-230-3-60
6 460-3-60


40RM -Commercial Packaged
Air Handler


Cooling Coil
Q- Heat Pump


40RM Q



I


Nominal Capacity Tons
8 7 1/2
012-10
016- 15


Not Used


Expansion Device
B Thermostatic Expansion Valves


Voltage Designation
1 575-3-60
3 208/230-1-60*
5 208/230-3-60
6 460-3-60


016 -- B 5 0 1 GC


Factory-Installed Options
GC Unpainted, Standard Motor and
Standard Drive
HC Unpainted, Standard Motor and
Medium-Static Drive
YC- Unpainted, Alternate Motor and
High-Static Drivet
ED- Painted, Standard Motor and
Standard Drive
FD Painted, Standard Motor and
Medium-Static Drive
WD- Painted, Alternate Motor and
High-Static Drivet

Packaging
1 Standard Domestic

Revision Number
0 Original Model


*Size 008 only.
tFor 40RMQ008 units with single-phase motors, YC and WD options
denote standard motor and high-static drive.


Quality Assurance

Approvals:
ISO 9002
EN 29002
BS5750 PART 2
o002 P- ANSVASQC Q92
38AQS008 UNITS


Quality Assurance


Approvals:
ISO9002
EN 29002 (C
BS5750 PART2 2
ANSIASOCQ92 '


38AQS012,016 AND 40RMQ UNITS


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012 012 4000 108,000 8.9 111,000 3.0 62,000 2.0 8.8
016 016 6000 172,000 8.8 164,000 3.0 94,000 2.2 8.8
LEGEND
3els Sound Level (1 bel = 10 decibels)
Cap. Total Net Capacity (1000 Btuh)
Btuh output
COP Coefficient of performance = or
Btuh input
Btuh output
th ot put (Based on ARI conditions)
Unit Power Input x 3.413"
Btuh
EER Energy Efficiency Ratio = (Based on ARI conditions)
Unit Power Input
*Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Institute.
NOTES:
1. Standard ratings are net values, reflecting the effects of circulating fan heat.
Supplementary electric heat is not included. Ratings are based on:
Cooling Standard: 80 F db, 67 F wb indoor entering-air temperature and 95 F
db entering-air outdoor unit.
Hi-Temp Heating Standard: 70 F db indoor entering-air temperature and
47 F db/43 F wb entering-air outdoor unit.
Lo-Temp Heating Standard: 70 F db indoor entering-air temperature and
17 F wb/15 F db entering-air outdoor unit.
Rated in accordance with ARI Standard 210/240-89.
2. Sound ratings are in accordance with ARI Standard 270-84.
































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Physical data


OUTDOOR UNITS

UNIT 38AQS 008 012 016
NOMINAL CAPACITY (tons) 71/2 10 15
OPERATING WT (Ib) 540 750 803
REFRIGERANT (R-22)
Operating Charge (Ib)* 19.5 30 37
COMPRESSOR 06DA818 06DF824 06DF537
Cylinders 4 6 6
Rpm 1750
Oil Charge (pt) (ea) 5.5 I 8.0 I 8.0
OUTDOOR FANS Propeller Type
Discharge Vertical
Qty 1 2
Rpm 1100 1075
Blade Diameter (in.) 26 24
Motor Hp 3/4 /
Cfm 6500 8800
kW 0.96 1.4
OUTDOOR COIL
No. of Rows...Fins/in. 2...17 2...15 3...15
Face Area (sq ft) 18.0 29.2 29.2
Storage Capacity (Ib)t 16.6 27.2 40.1
*Based on approximately 25 ft of interconnecting piping. Unit supplied with factory holding charge.
Charge unit per charging chart located on unit.
tWith condenser 80% full of liquid at 120 F.


WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION


---- 3'-21/4" 4
1 ------------------ --, --1~~


2'-2 11/16"





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WEIGHT (Ibs)
UNIT OPERATING
38AQS WEIGHT (Total) Leg Location
1 2 3 4
008 540 175 133 132 100
008C 608 189 160 142 117
012 750 147 228 228 147
012C 845 166 266 242 171
016 803 158 243 244 158
016C 944 186 299 265 194
C Optional coil with copper fins.


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INDOOR UNITS

008 1 012 016


NOMINAL CAPACITY (Tons) 71/2 10 15
OPERATING WEIGHT (Ib)
p Base Unit with TXV 385 427 713
rt Plenum 97 97 140
FANS
X'Qt~.!.Diam. (in.) 1...15 1...15 2...15
] Nominal Airflow (cfm) 3000 4000 6000
SAirflow Range (cfm) 2250-3750 3000-5000 4500-7500
Nominal Motor Hp (Standard Motor)
oil ,208/230-1-60 2.4 -
208/230-3-60 and 460-3-60 2.4 2.4 3.7
o 575-3-60 2.0 2.0 3.0
,Motor Speed (rpm)
208/230-1-60 1725 -
208/230-3-60 and 460-3-60 1725 1725 1725
575-3-60 1725 1725 1725
REFRIGERANT R-22
SOperatlng charge (Ib) 3.0 2.0/2.0
(rox per circ 3.0 2.0/2.0 3.0/3.0
DIRECT-EXPANSION COIL Enhanced Copper Tubes, Aluminum Sine-Wave Fins
SMax Working Pressure (psig) 435
Face Area (sq ft) 8.33 10.0 17.67
No. of Splits 1 2 I 2
Split Type...Percentage Face...50/50
No. of Circuits per Split 15 9 16
Rows...Flns/In. 3...15 4...15 4...15
STEAM COIL
Max Working Pressure (psig at 400 F) 175
Total Face Area (sq ft) 6.67 6.67 13.33
Rows...Fins/ln. 1...9 1...9 1...10
HOT WATER COIL
Max Working Pressure (psig) 150
tal Face Area (sq ft) 6.67 I 6.67 13.33
*s...Fins/n. 2...8.5 2...8.5 2...8.5
CONNECTIONS,
Quantlty...Size (In.)
DX Coil Suction (ODF) 1...11/ 2...11/8 2...11/
DX Coil Liquid Refrigerant (ODF) 1... % 2... % 2...%
Steam Coil, In (MPT) 1...21/2 2...21/2
Steam Coil, Out (MPT) 1...12 2...1%2
Hot Water Coil, In (MPT) 1...12 2...11/2 2...2
Ii Hot Water Coil, Out (MPT) 1...11/2 2...11 2...2
:i Condensate (Male PVC) 1...1%'/
FILTERS Throwaway Factory Supplied
I 4...16 x 20 x 2
Quantlty...Size (In.) 4...16 x 24 x 2 I 416x 24x 2
,, Access Location Either Side
LEGEND
TXV Thermostatic Expansion Valve
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Accessories outdoor unit,

Motormaster III head pressure control (008 only)
operates in cooling mode at outdoor temperatures below
55 F. The Motormaster 111 control varies the speed of the
outdoor-fan motor to maintain correct condensing tempera-
ture down to -20 F.
Motormaster I head pressure control (012,016 only)
operates in cooling mode at outdoor temperatures below
45 F. The Motormaster control varies the speed of the
outdoor-fan motor to maintain correct condensing tempera-
ture down to -20 F.
Carrier electronic programmable thermostat pro-
vides efficient temperature control by automatically chang-
ing cooling and heating set points to the programmed set-
tings according to the time of day or day of the week. A
provision for holidays is also provided. The thermostat has
a time delay between operating modes to guard against rapid
cycling of the system. A Carrier Temp System relay pack is
required for thermostat operation.
24-V thermostat and subbase (008 only) provide pre-
cise control of space temperature by allowing the selection
of heating or cooling and continuous or automatic fan
operation.
24-v thermostat and subbase (012,016 only) provide
selection of heating, cooling, and continuous or automatic
fan operation. Provides precise space temperature control.
Works with Cycle-LOCT (LK-OUT) feature to automati-
cally indicate compressor lockout condition; occupant is im-
mediately aware of compressor malfunction.


Outdoor thermostat provides control to activate electric
strip heaters.
Condenser coil guard (008 only) protects outdoor coil
from large objects and vandalism.
Condenser hail guard (008 only) protects outdoor units
from hail and other flying debris.
Mounting legs (012,016 only) hold unit approxi-
mately 18 in. off the ground to allow for condensate drain
connection.
Gage panel package (008 only) provides one suction
pressure gage and one discharge gage mounted on a com-
mon panel. A shutoff valve is provided for each gage.


Options and accessories indoor units


Factory-installed options
Alternate fan motors and drives are available to pro-
vide the widest possible range of performance.
Prepainted steel units are available from the factory for
applications that require painted units. Units are painted
with American Sterling Gray color.
Field-installed accessories
Two-row hot water coils have 5/8-in. diameter copper
tubes mechanically bonded to aluminum plate fins. Coils
have non-ferrous headers.
One-row steam coil has 1-in. OD copper tube and alu-
minum fins. The Inner Distributing Tube (IDT) design pro-
vides uniform temperatures across the coil face. The steam
coil has a broad operating pressure range; up to 175 psig
at 400 F and up to 300 psig at 300 F. IDT steam coils are
especially suited to applications where sub-freezing air en-
ters the unit.
Electric resistance heat coils have a one- or two-stage,
open-wire design and are mounted in a rigid frame. Safety
cutouts for high temperature conditions are standard.
Economizer (enthalpy controlled) provides ventilation
air and "free" cooling if outside ambient temperature and
humidity are suitable. Can alsd be used in conjunction with
Carrier Comfort System thermostats and CO2 sensors to
help meet indoor air quality requirements.


10


Discharge plenum directs the air discharge directly into
the occupied space; integral horizontal and vertical louvers
enable redirection of airflow. Accessory is available un-
painted or painted. Field assembly required.
Return-air grille provides a protective barrier over the
return-air opening and gives a finished appearance to units
installed in the occupied space. Accessory is available un-
painted or painted.
Subbase provides a stable, raised platform and room for
condensate drain connection for floor-mounted units. Ac-
cessory is available unpainted or painted.
Overhead suspension package includes necessary brack-
ets to support units in horizontal ceiling installations.
Carrier Comfort System electronic programmable
thermostats provide 2-stage cooling control and 2-stage
heat control with remote communication ability.
CO2 sensors can be used in conjunction with the econo-
mizer accessory to help meet indoor air quality require-
ments. The sensor signals the economizer to open when
the CO2 level in the space exceeds the set point. A Carrier
Comfort System programmable thermostat can also be used
to override the sensor if the outside air temperature is too
high or too low.








,nsions outdoor uits.



, ".38AQS008


S' REAR '. CORNER 'X'
----- --------------- ------------_____I
...................... *.. ,COND BBn
EFI iC N-COIL
EFT cou
IDE


S3'-S7/116"
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A


Fz.ON_ o'-4 9/Y(
-- FRONT CORNER "Y- 1161


0'-2 1/4'DIA [57]
(TYP 8 PLACES)


FRONT
DIMENSION CHART


UNIT WITH ALUMINUM-FIN COIL UNIT WITH COPPER-FIN COIL
DIM. A DIM. B DIM. A DIM. B
8 1'-8" 1'-5" 1'-9/2" 1-43/"
1508.0] [431.8] [546.0] [425]


WEIGHT (WITH ALUMINUM-FIN COIL)
CORNER W CORNER X CORNER Y CORNER Z
Ib kg Ib kg Ib kg Ib kg
132 60 100 45 133 60 175 80

WEIGHT (WITI COPPER-FIN COIL)
CORNER W CORNER X CORNER Y CORNER Z
kg Ib kg Ib kg Ib kg
W 117 53 142 64 189 86

ALVE CONNECTIONS
SUCTION LIQUID
1'/a" [28.61 /2" [12.71


LEFT SIDE


RIGHT SIDE
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
CONNECTION SIZES
AA 1%" Dia. [35] Field Power Supply Hole
BB 2" Dia. [51] Power Supply Knockout
CC 21/2 Dia. [64] Power Supply Knockout
DD 7/e" Dia. [22] Field Control Wiring Hole


NOTES:
1. Dimensions in [ ] are in millimeters.
2. ( Center of gravity. See Chart for dimensions.
3. Direction of airflow.
4. Minimum clearance (local codes or jurisdiction may prevail).
a. Bottom to combustible surfaces: 0 In.
b. Condenser coil, for proper airflow: 36 in. one side, 12 In. the other. The
side getting the greater clearance Is optional.
c. Overhead, 60 In. to assure proper condenser fan operation.
d. Between units: Control box side, 42 In. per NEC.
e. Between unit and ungrounded surfaces: Control box side, 36 In. per
NEC.
f. Between unit and block or concrete walls and other grounded surfaces,
control box side, 42 in. per NEC.
5. With the exception of the clearance for the condenser coil as stated In
note 4b, a removable fence or barricade requires nb clearance.
6. Units may be Installed on combustible floors made from wood or class A,
B, or C roof covering material.


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Dimensions outdoor units (cont)


38AQS012,016


REMOVABLE PANEL


0'-2
(64mn)


I" OIA RAGGING HOLE (25Bm)
25mm) I'-6-
M(457m)


DETAIL "A"
(ACCESSORY, MOUNTING HOLES)


i D00 LIQUID


"A" FOR MOUNTING


(22nn)
g OIA K 0
CONTROL POWER


LEGEND .'. N \ V
I DIA K 0 VAPOR)
KO Knockout o'-2 -- 44
ODM Outside Diameter, Male 0..) 1 "A.K 0 (LIQUI)
NOTES: -.. '- 32"-)
1. Certified dimension drawings available on request. (17.">
2. For servicing and airflow clearance, allow 3 ft on compressor side, 3 ft
opposite compressor side and 2 ft both ends.


0


77"(1


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Dimensions indoor units


40RMQ008,012


ACCESS FOR CONTROLS,
MOTOR AND BELT


ALTERNATE
DRAIN
LOCATION


0


FRONT


LEFT SIDE

ACCESS FOR CONTROLS,
MOTOR AND BELT
\ ,- ,


0


L_.TYP
[25.41
S7/8' DIA (POWER ENTRY)
S(22.41


- 1 1/8' DIA. FOR LIQUID CONNECTION
128.6]


-1 /4 DIA. FOR SUCTION CONNECTIIONU
7/8' DIA. FOR TXV BULB CONNECTION
/22.21
3'-8
(112
3'-6 15/16'
S[1090.61
1'-9 3/16
S / ([537.71
r I 1'-7 1/16
'-2 1/16 1-4 1/161 484.11
11 1/16 407.91
[280.91 [357 11


ALTERNATE / C28O6E
RETURN AIR / 3/4 DIA. FOR SUCTION CONNECTION
1 1/8' DIA. FOR LIQUID CONNECTION
[28.6J
RIGHT SIDE


UNIT WEIGHT
UNIT(Ib)
40RMQ008 385
40RMQ012 427


NOTES:
1. Dimensions in [ ] are in millimeters.
2. Direction of airflow.
3. Recommended clearance:
Rear: 3"
Front: 2'-6"
Right side: 2'-6"
Left Side: 2'-6"
Local codes or jurisdiction may prevail.
4. Liquid piping not supplied by Carrier.
5. Duct flange is factory supplied and field
installed.


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Dimensions indoor units (cont)


40RMQ016


ALTERNATE
TOP RETURN AIR
INTAKE
__ /


1 -5 114-
(431.21



3 11/16'
[93.7] 3 1/8-
[79.4


CONDENSATE DRAIN
1 114" MALE PVC

2'-4 3/1'--
(716.31
LIFT SIDE
ACCESS FOR CONTROLS,
MOTOR Z BELT |


I 0


ACCESS FOR CONTROLS,
M OTOR E BELT


--6'-10 3/4'----
(2101.91


FRONT


SI [1.00;' TYP
(25.41

1 1/2'
[38.13

7(28. *IA (POWER ENTRY)
- -- / DWIA. FOR LIQUID CONNECTION
1 3/4' 0IA. FOR SUCTION CONNECTION
044.51 3'-6
7' DIA. FOR TXV BULB CONNECTION [931



1R[ > V-7 1/16
V 2 1/16 1'-4 1/16 t484.1l
11 1/16 1357.11 1407.91 1' -93/16'
1280. 91 1537.7

ALTERNATE [28.61
RETURN AIR DIA. FOR SUCTION CONNECTION
61 OIA. FOR LIQUID CONNECTION


NOTES:
4'-8 1/16' 1. Dimensions in [ ] are in millimeters.
1429 2. Direction of airflow.
15/16 '
.21 3. Recommended clearance:
Rear: 3"
Front: 2'-6"
Right side: 2'-6"
Left Side: 2'-6"
Local codes or jurisdiction may prevail.
4. Liquid piping not supplied by Carrier.
5. Duct flange Is factory supplied and field
Installed.


UNIT UNIT WEIGHT
RM O (Ib)j
40RMQ016 713


RIGHT SIPD


~Bls


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40RMQ008,012 WITH ELECTRIC HEATER ACCESSORY


40RMQ016 WITH ELECTRIC HEATER ACCESSORY


0


HEATER ELEMENTS (REF ONLY)


-G -- H-


HEATER ELEMENTS (REF ONLY)


NOTE: Dimensions in [ ] are in millimeters.


VI 1tHJ.


E i
E
L, !
I -i ------ ------ .. -- --- -


- A I B


UNIT SIZE A B C D E F G H J
140R 01 '-31/" 4'-63/" 2'-s/le" 2'-11/4" 10'-%/" 1'-4" 1'-45/" 1'-63/4" 1'-7/"
40MQ016 [387.4] [1381.1] [58.7] [641.4] [269.9] [406.4] [414.3] [476.3] [327.0]


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Selection procedure (with example)


I Determine cooling and heating load requirements.
Total Cooling Load (TC) ........... 112,000 Btuh
Sensible Heat Capacity (SHC) ....... 86,000 Btuh
Temperature Air Entering
Outdoor Unit (Edb) ............... ....... 95 F
Temperature Air-Entering Indoor
Unit ............... ....... 80 F edb/67 F ewb
Indoor-Air Quantity ................... 4,000 cfm
External Static Pressure .............. 0.80 in. wg.
Heating Load at Winter Design ..... 120,000 Btuh
Temperature Air Entering Indoor Unit,
Heating ............................. 70 F
Winter Design, Outdoor .................... .0 F
1I Select system that satisfies load requirements.
Select heat pump systems to satisfy cooling design load
requirements. Enter the Combination Ratings, Gross
Capacities Cooling tables, page 17. At outdoor unit
air entering temperature of 95 F, indoor unit air en-
tering at 4,000 cfm, and 80 edb/67 ewb, find that a
38AQS012 outdoor unit matched with a 40RMQ012
indoor unit delivers a TC of 113,000 Btuh and SHC
of 87,000 Btuh at design conditions. These values sat-
isfy the cooling requirements of the example shown.


III Determine the heating capacity of selected
system.
Enter the Combination Ratings Net Capacities Heat-
ing tables on page 18 for units 38AQS012 and
40RMQ012. Under the 0 F column, read down to
the 70 F indoor-air section at 4,000 cfm and find an
integrated heating capacity of 43,400 Btuh. The heat-
ing requirement is 120,000 Btuh, and the unit capac-
ity is 43,400; therefore, 76,600 Btuh of supplemental
electric heat is needed.
For this example, assume the electric heaters are sup-
plied with 230 v. Refer to the Electric Heater
Data-Indoor Units table, page 24. For unit 40RMQ012,
find that the heater output for a 240-v, 25 kW (part
no. CAELHEAT010A00) heater, derated to 230 v, is
78,300 Btuh. This satisfies the supplemental heat re-
quirements for the example described.
IV Determine fan rpm and blip (brake horsepower).
At the Indoor Unit Fan Performance Data table,
page 19, enter the 40RMQ012 section at 4,000 cfm
and move to External Static Pressure (ESP) 0.80 col-
umn. Note that the conditions require 879 rpm and
1.69 bhp. Select the standard motor and medium-
static drive (option code HC or FD).


Performance data


NOMINAL CAPACITIES

OUTDOOR UNIT 38AQS INDOOR UNIT 40RMQ AIRFLOW (Cfm) GROSS COOLING NET HEATINGh)
CAPACITY (Btuh) CAPACITY (Btuh)
008 008 3000 89,000 83,000
012 012 4000 113,000 111,000
016 016 6000 179,000 164,000

NOTES: 2. Net heating capacity is based on 70 F db air entering indoor unit an
1. Gross cooling capacity is based on 67 F wb, 80 F db air entering 47 F db, 43 F wb air entering outdoor unit. Includes indoor fan her
indoor unit and 95 F db air entering outdoor unit. and defrost effects.

INTEGRATED HEATING CAPACITIES

OUTDOOR INDOOR TEMPERATURE OF AIR ENTERING OUTDOOR UNIT (F db)
UNIT UNIT AIRFLOW -10 0 10 17 20 30 40 47 50 60
38AQS 40RQ __ Cap. kW Cap. kW Cap. kW Cap. kW Cap. kW Cap. kW Cap. kW Cap. kW Cap. kW Cap. kW
008 008 3000 21.7 3.4 30.4 3.8 39.4 4.3 45.8 4.6 48.3 4.8 56.2 5.3 75.9 5.9 83.4 6.3 86.8 6.5 98.4 7.
012 012 4000 33.3 4.2 43.4 4.8 54.2 5.4 61.8 5.8 65.1 6.0 74.5 6.7 100.0 7.5 111.0 8.1 116.0 8.4 132.0 9.:
016 016 6000 54.1 7.2 68.3 8.0 83.2 8.8 93.8 9.4 98.9 9.7 112.0 10.6 149.0 11.7 163.0 12.3 171.0 12.7 194.0 13.


LEGEND
Integrated Heating Capacity (1000 Btuh) includes indoor-
fan motor heat and effects of defrost.
Total Compressor Motor Power Input


NOTES:
1. To obtain total outdoor unit power, add outdoor fan kW shown
compressor draw: 38AQS008 .96 kW; 38AQS012 and 016-
1.4 kW.
2. Ratings are without supplementary heat and are based on 70 F
air entering indoor unit. Wet-bulb temperature entering outdoor ur
varies with dry bulb; at 47 F db, wb is 43 F; at 17 F db, wb Is 15


Cap. -
kW -


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Performance data (cont)


COMBINATION RATINGS
GROSS CAPACITIES COOLING


,L38AQS008
:i. Temp (F)
.. Air Ent
"i Outdoor
Unit


WITH 40RMQ008
Airflow Air Entering Indoor Unit Cfm/BF
2250/0.09 3000/0.12 | 3750/0.14
Temp Air Entering Indoor Unit Ewb (F)


72 67 62


67 62


67 62


TC 96.9 89.1 81.9 101,0 93.3 86.7 104.0 95.9 90.9
85 SHC 48.7 60.5 72.2 53.8 69.0 82.9 58.5 76.6 90.2
kW 6.44 6.24 6.06 6.54 6.34 6.18 6.60 6.41 6.27
TC 92.6 85.1 78.2 96.4 89.0 82.8 98.8 91.5 86.8
95 SHC 47.1 58.9 70.3 52.2 67.4 80.6 56.8 75.0 86.8
kW 7.03 6.80 6.58 7.14 6.93 6.73 7.21 7.00 6.86
TC 90.3 83.1 76.3 94.0 86.8 80.9 96.3 89.2 84.9
100 SHC 46.2 58.0 69.4 51.3 66.5 79.4 55.9 74.0 84.9
kW 7.32 7.07 6.84 7.44 7.21 7.00 7.51 7.29 7.14
TC 88.0 81.0 74.3 91.6 84.5 78.8 93.7 86.8 82.8
105 SHC 45.3 57.2 68.4 50.5 65.6 78.0 55.1 73.1 82.8
kW 7.60 7.34 7.08 7.74 7.48 7.26 7.81 7.57 7.41
TC 83.3 76.5 70.4 86.4 79.7 74.9 88.4 81.9 79.0
115 SHC 43.6 55.4 66.4 48.7 63.7 74.9 53.3 71.1 79.0
kW 8.17 7.86 7.58 8.30 8.01 7.79 8.39 8.11 7.98
TC 78.3 71.8 66.3 81.1 74.7 71.0 83.0 76.8 74.7
125 SHC 41.8 53.5 64.1 46.9 61.8 71.0 51.5 68.9 74.7
kW 8.71 8.36 8.05 8.86 8.52 8.32 8.95 8.63 8.51


38AQS012 WITH 40RMQ012
Temp (F) Airflow Air Entering Indoor Unit Cfm/BF
Temp (F)
Air Ent 3000/0.09 4000/0.12 5000/0.14
Outdoor Temp Air Entering Indoor Unit Ewb (F)
unit 72 67 62 72 67 62 72 67 62
TC 123.0 114.0 104.0 129.0 119.0 111.0 132.0 122.0 115.0
5 SHC 62.5 78.3 93.3 69.2 89.2 107.0 75.2 99.3 115.0
kW 8.81 8.50 8.19 8.95 8.65, 8.38 9.05 8.76 8.54
TC 118.0 108.0 99.5 123.0 113.0 105.0 125.0 116.0 111.0
95 SHC 60.4 76.0 90.9 67.1 87.0 104.0 73.0 96.8 111.0
kW 9.53 9.17 8.83 9.70 9.34 9.07 9.79 9.45 9.28
TC 115.0 106.0 97.0 119.0 110.0 103.0 122.0 113.0 108.0
100 SHC 59.4 74.9 89.6 66.0 85.8 102.0 72.0 95.6 108.0
kW 9.88 9.50 9.16 10.0 9.70 9.42 10.2 9.85 9.63
TC 112.0 103.0 94.4 116.0 107.0 100.0 119.0 110.0 106.0
105 SHC 58.3 73.8 88.3 64.9 84.7 100.0 70.9 94.4 106.0
kW 10.3 9.85 9.49 10.4 10.1 9.74 10.5 10.2 9.97
TC 106.0 96.9 89.2 110.0 101.0 95.3 112.0 104.0 100.0
115 SHC 56.1 71.5 85.5 62.7 82.3 95.3 68.7 91.8 100.0
kW 10.9 10.5 10.1 11.1 10.7 10.4 11.3 10.9 10.7
TC 99.4 90.9 83.9 103.0 94.6 90.3 105.0 97.2 94.9
125 SHC 53.8 69.2 82.4 60.5 79.9 90.3 66.5 89.0 94.9
kW 11.6 11.1 10.7 11.9 11.3 11.1 12.0 11.5 11.4


38AQS016 WITH 40RMQ016
Temp (F) Airflow Air Entering Indoor Unit Cfm/BF
Air Ent 4500/0.06 6000/0.09 7500/0.11
Outdoor Temp Air Entering Indoor Unit Ewb (F)
Unit 72 67 62 72 67 62 72 67 62
TC 196.0 181.0 168.0 202.0 189.0 177.0 207.0 194.0 184.0
85 SHC 99.1 125.0 149.0 109.0 142.0 171.0 119.0 159.0 184.0
kW 15.5 14.9 14.3 15.8 15.2 14.7 16.0 15.4 15.0
TC 186.0 172.0 160.0 193.0 179.0 169.0 197.0 184.0 177.0
95 SHC 95.7 121.0 146.0 106.0 139.0 167.0 116.0 155.0 177.0
kW 16.7 16.0 15.4 17.0 16.4 15.9 17.2 16.6 16.2
TC 182.0 169.0 157.0 188.0 175.0 165.0 192.0 180.0 173.0
100 SHC 93.9 120.0 144.0 105.0 137.0 164.0 114.0 153.0 173.0
kW 17.3 16.6 16.0 17.6 16.9 16.4 17.8 17.2 16.8
TC 178.0 164.0 153.0 184.0 171.0 162.0 187.0 175.0 169.0
105 SHC 92.5 118.0 142.0 103.0 135.0 161.0 113.0 151.0 169.0
kW 17.9 17.1 16.5 18.2 17.5 17.0 18.4 17.7 17.4
TC 168.0 156.0 145.0 174.0 161.0 154.0 177.0 165.0 162.0
115 SHC 89.1 114.0 138.0 99.7 132.0 154.0 109.0 147.0 162.0
kW 19.0 18.3 17.6 19.4 18.6 18.1 19.6 18.9 18.6
TC 159.0 147.0 137.0 164.0 152.0 146.0 167.0 156.0 153.0
125 SHC 85.8 111.0 133.0 96.3 128.0 146.0 106.0 143.0 153.0
kW 20.2 19.4 18.6 20.6 19.8 19.3 20.8 20.0 19.8

LEGEND
BF Bypass Factor
Edb Entering Dry Bulb
Ewb Entering Wet Bulb
kW Compressor Motor Power Input, Total
Lwb Leaving Wet Bulb
SHC Sensible Heat Capacity, Gross (1000 Btuh)
TC Total Capacity, Gross (1000 Btuh)
NOTES:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate.
2. SHC is based on 80 F db air entering indoor coil.
Below 80 F db, subtract (Corr Factor x Cfm) from SHC.
Above 80 F db, add (Corr Factor x Cfm) to SHC.

ENTERING-AIR DRY-BULB TEMP (F)
BYPASS 79 78 77 76 75 under 75
FACTOR 81 82 83 84 85 over 85
Correction Factor
0.03 1.07 2.13 3.20 4.27 5.34
0.06 1.03 2.07 3.10 4.14 5.17 Use formula
0.09 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.01 Usen.
0.12 0.97 1.94 2.90 3.87 4.84 given.
0.15 0.94 1.87 2.81 3.74 4.68
Interpolation is permissible.
Correction Factor = 1.10 x (1 BF) x (db 80)
3. Formulas:
S= sensible heat capacity (Btuh)
ridb = 'edb -
1.10 x cfm
tlwb = wet-bulb temperature corresponding to enthalpy of air
leaving indoor coil (hlwb)
h eb total capacity (Btuh)
hlwb= h ewb-
4.5 x cfm
where hewb = enthalpy of air entering indoor coil
4. Capacities are based on 25 actual ft (40 equivalent ft) of intercon-
necting piping sized to the outdoor unit field connections. (Equiva-
lent length is equal to the actual length plus a 50% allowance for
fitting losses.) For other equivalent lengths, refer to the Carrier Sys-
tem Design Manual, Part 3, for line losses.


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Performance data (cont)



COMBINATION RATINGS (cont)
NET CAPACITIES HEATING


38AQS008 WITH 40nMQ008
Temp (F) Temp Air Entering Outdoor Unit (F)
Air Ent Airflow
Indoor (Cfen)
Unit (C -10 0 10 17 20 30 40 47 50 60
TH 26.2 35.2 44.6 51.7 54.5 64.9 76.2 83.5 86.1 94.9
2250 THI 24.1 32.3 41.0 47.1 49.4 56.9 76.2 83.5 86.1 94.9
KW 3.27 3.70 4.16 4.51 4.65 5.18 5.80 6.21 6.36 6.85
TH 27.9 37.1 46.9 54.0 57.0 67.7 79.2 86.2 88.1 94.4
60 3000 THll 25.6 34.1 43.0 49.3 51.7 59.4 79.2 86.2 88.1 94.4
kW 3.24 3.64 4.07 4.38 4.51 4.99 5.56 5.88 5.97 6.25
TH 29.1 38.5 48.4 55.8 58.7 69.6 80.5 86.6 89.0 97.0
3750 THI 26.8 35.4 44.5 50.8 53.3 60.9 80.5 86.6 89.0 97.0
kW 3.22 3.60 4.01 4.30 4.42 4.87 5.35 5.61 5.71 6.05
TH 24.2 33.2 42.7 49.8 52.6 63.1 74.5 82.4 85.5 96.1
2250 THI .22.3 30.5 39.2 45.4 47.7 55.3 74.5 82.4 85.5 96.1
KW 3.33 3.78 4.26 4.63 4.78 5.33 5.97 6.46 6.63 7.21
TH 25.8 35.1 45.0 52.2 55.2 66.0 77.6 85.1 87.0 93.5
65 3000 THI 23.7 32.3 41.3 47.6 50.0 57.8 77.6 85.1 87.0 93.5
kW 3.30 3.73 4.18 4.51 4.65 5.15 5.74 6.11 6.20 6.50
TH 27.0 36.6 46.6 54.0 57.0 67.9 79.6 85.5 88.0 96.1
3750 THI 24.9 33.6 42.8 49.2 51.7 59.5 79.6 85.5 88.0 96.1
kW 3.29 3.70 4.13 4.44 4.57 5.03 5.59 5.83 5.94 6.32
TH 22.1 31.1 40.7 47.7 50.7 61.1 72.5 80.6 84.4 97.1
2250 THI 20.3 28.6 37.3 43.5 45.9 53.6 72.5 80.6 84.4 97.1
KW 3.39 3.86 4.36 4.74 4.90 5.48 6.14 6.63 6.88 7.71
TH 23.6 33.0 43.0 50.3 53.2 64.1 75.9 83.4 86.8 98.4
70 3000 THI 21.7 30.4 39.4 45.8 48.3 56.2 75.9 83.4 86.8 98.4
kW 3.37 3.81 4.29 4.64 4.78 5.31 5.90 6.30 6.49 7.14
TH 24.8 34.5 44.6 52.1 55.1 66.1 78.0 84.9 87.5 96.0
3750 THI 22.8 31.7 41.0 47.5 50.0 57.9 78.0 84.9 87.5 96.0
kW 3.35 3.78 4.24 4.57 4.70 5.20 5.76 6.08 6.21 6.62
TH 19.8 29.0 38.6 45.6 48.5 59.1 70.4 78.6 82.4 95.1
2250 THI 18.2 26.6 35.4 41.6 44.0 51.8 70.4 78.6 82.4 95.1
KW 3.44 3.93 4.46 4.85 5.02 5.63 6.30 6.81 7.06 7.90
TH 21.2 30.8 40.9 48.2 51.2 62.1 74.0 82.2 85.4 96.1
75 3000 THI 19.5 28.3 37.5 43.9 46.5 54.4 74.0 82.2 85.4 96.1
kW 3.42 3.89 4.39 4.75 4.91 5.46 6.08 6.55 6.71 7.24
TH 22.4 32.3 42.5 50.0 53.1 64.2 76.3 83.9 87.0 97.5
3750 THI 20.6 29.7 39.0 45.6 48.2 56.3 76.3 83.9 87.0 97.5
kW 3.41 3.87 4.34 4.69 4.83 5.35 5.93 6.31 6.47 7.01


38AQS012 WITH 40RMQ012
Temp (F) low Temp Air Entering Outdoor Unit (F)
Air Ent Airflow
Indoor (Cfm)
Unit -10 0 10 17 20 30 40 47 50 60
TH 38.3 48.9 60.4 68.9 72.9 85.8 101.0 111.0 116.0 132.0
3000 THI 35.2 45.0 55.4 62.8 66.1 75.2 101.0 111.0 116.0 132.0
KW 4.09 4.64 5.22 5.64 5.85 6.53 7.36 7.97 8.22 9.05
TH 40.3 51.2 62.9 71.5 75.6 89.0 104.0 113.0 116.0 124.0
60 4000 THI 37.1 47.1 57.7 65.2 68.6 78.0 104.0 113.0 116.0 124.0
kW 4.05 4.57 5.10 5.49 5.69 6.33 7.10 7.49 7.60 7.95
TH 41.9 52.9 64.7 73.4 77.7 91.3 107.0 112.0 116.0 130.0
5000 TlI 38.5 48.6 59.4 67.0 70.5 80.0 107.0 112.0 116.0 130.0
kW 4.03 4.52 5.03 5.40 5.59 6.20 6.87 7.10 7.29 7.94
TH 36.4 47.0 58.5 67.0 70.9 83.8 98.4 109.0 114.0 133.0
3000 THI 33.4 43.2 53.7 61.1 64.3 73.4 98.4 109.0 114.0 133.0
KW 4.17 4.74 5.35 5.80 6.00 6.71 7.56 8.19 8.52 9.65
TH 38.3 49.2 61.0 69.7 73.8 87.0 102.0 112.0 117.0 130.0
65 4000 THI 35.2 45.3 56.0 63.6 67.0 76.2 102.0 112.0 117.0 130.0
kW 4.13 4.68 5.25 5.66 5.85 6.51 7.30 7.81 8.01 8.69
TH 39.9 51.0 62.9 71.7 75.9 89.3 105.0 113.0 116.0 125.0
5000 THI 36.7 46.9 57.7 65.4 68.8 78.3 105.0 113.0 116.0 125.0
kW 4.11 4.64 5.18 5.57 5.76 6.39 7.15 7.51 7.63 8.02
TH 34.2 44.9 56.5 65.0 68.8 81.7 96.1 106.0 112.0 130.0
3000 THI 31.5 41.3 51.8 59.3 62.4 71.6 96.1 106.0 112.0 130.0
KW 4.24 4.84 5.48 5.95 6.16 6.89 7.75 8.40 8.75 9.92
TH 36.1 47.2 59.0 67.8 71.8 85.0 100.0 111.0 116.0 132.0
70 4000 THI 33.3 43.4 54.2 61.8 65.1 74.5 100.0 111.0 116.0 132.0
kW 4.21 4.78 5.38 5.82 6.01 6.70 7,51 8.11 8.35 9.15
TH 37.8 48.9 61.0 69.8 741. 87.3 103.0 112.0 117.0 131.0
5000 Till 34.7 45.0 56.0 63.7 67.1 76.5 103.0 112.0 117.0 131.0
kW 4.19 4.74 5.32 5.73 5.92 6.57 7.35 7.81 8.02 8.75
TH 31.9 42.8 54.3 62.9 66.5 79.6 93.8 104.0 109.0 127.0
3000 Tll 29.4 39.3 49.8 57.3 60.3 69.8 93.8 104.0 109.0 127.0
KW 4.30 4.93 5.60 6.09 6.30 7.06 7.95 8.60 8.96 10.2
TH 33.9 45.0 56.9 65.7 69.6 82.9 97.7 108.0 113.0 130.0
75 4000 TIll 31.2 41.4 52.2 59.9 63.1 72.7 97.7 108.0 113.0 130.0
kW 4.28 4.88 5.51 5.97 6.17 6.87 7.70 8.32 8.57 9.40
TH 35.5 46.8 58.9 67.6 71.8 85.3 100.0 111.0 115.0 130.0
5000 THI 32.6 43.0 54.0 61.8 65.2 74.8 100.0 111.0 115.0 130.0
kW 4.26 4.84 5.45 5.89 6.08 6.76 7.55 8.07 8.30 9.06


38AQS016 WITH 40RMQ016
Temp (F) Temp Air Entering Outdoor Unit (F)
Air Ent Airflow
Indoor (Cfm)
Unit (m) -10 0 10 17 20 30 40 47 50 60
TH 61.3 76.2 92.1 104.0 110.0 128.0 149.0 164.0 172.0 197.0
4500 THI 56.4 70.1 84.6 94.9 99.9 113.0 149.0 164.0 172.0 197.0
KW 6.89 7.65 8.47 9.07 9.38 10.3 11.4 12.2 12.5 13.4
TH 63.6 78.6 94.8 107.0 113.0 132.0 153.0 165.0 169.0 181.0
60 6000 THI 58.5 72.3 87.1 97.6 103.0 116.0 153.0 165.0 169.0 181.0
kW 6.80 7.52 8.27 8.82 9.11 9.97 10.9 11.3 11.4 11.8
TH 65.5 80.6 97.0 109.0 115.0 1355. 155.0 165.0 167.0 173.0
7500 THI 60.2 74.1 89.0 99.6 105.0 118.0 155.0 165.0 167.0 173.0
kW 6.75 7.43 8.15 8.67 8.94 9.75 10.5 10.8 10.9 11.0
TH 59.0 74.0 90.0 102.0 108.0 126.0 147.0 162.0 170.0 197.0
4500 THI 54.2 68.1 82.6 92.9 98.0 111.0 147.0 162.0 170.0 197.0
KW 7.07 7.87 8.72 9.35 9.67 10.6 11.8 12.6 13.0 14.4
TH 61.3 76.5 92.8 105.0 111.0 130.0 151.0 165.0 171.0 191.0
65 6000 THI 56.4 70.4 85.2 95.7 101.0 114.0 151.0 165.0 171.0 191.0
kW 6.99 7.74 8.53 9.11 9.41 10.3 11.3 11.9 12.1 12.9
TH 63.2 78.5 94.9 107.0 114.0 1320. 154.0 163.0 168.0 184.0
7500 THI 58.2 72.2 87.1 97.8 103.0 116.0 154.0 163.0 168.0 184.0
kW 6.94 7.66 8.41 8.96 9.24 10.1 10.9 11.2 11.4 12.0
TH 56.4 71.6 87.7 99.7 106.0 124.0 144.0 159.0 167.0 193.0
4500 THI 51.9 65.8 80.5 90.9 95.9 108.0 144.0 159.0 167.0 193.0
KW 7.25 8.08 8.97 9.63 9.96 11.0 12.1 12.9 13.4 14.9
TH 58.8 74.2 90.6 103.0 109..0 127. 149.0 163.0 171.0 194.0
70 6000 THI 54.1 68.3 83.2 93.8 98.9 112.0 149.0 163.0 171.0 194.0
kW 7.17 7.96 8.78 9.39 9.70 10.6 11.7 12.3 12.7 13.7
TH 60.7 76.3 92.8 105.0 112.0 1302. 152.0 164.0 168.0 183.0
7500 THI 55.9 70.2 85.2 95.9 101.0 114.0 152.0 164.0 168.0 183.0
kW 7.12 7.88 8.67 9.25 9.54 10.4 11.4 11.8 12.0 12.5
TH 53.7 69.0 85.3 97.3 103.0 121.0 142.0 156.0 164.0 190.0
4500 THI 49.4 63.5 78.3 88.7 93.7 106.0 142.0 156.0 164.0 190.0
KW 7.43 8.29 9.21 9.90 10.2 11.3 12.5 13.3 13.8 15.4
TH 56.1 71.8 88.3 101.0 1075. 125.0 146.0 161.0 169.0 194.0
75 6000 THI 51.6 66.0 81.0 91.7 96.8 110.0 146.0 161.0 169.0 194.0
kW 7.35 8.17 9.04 9.67 9.99 10.9 12.0 12.8 13.1 14.1
TH 58.0 73.8 90.5 103.0 109.0 128.0 149.0 164.0 169.0 184.0
7500 THI 53.4 67.9 83.1 93.8 99.1 112.0 149.0 164.0 169.0 184.0
kW 7.30 8.10 8.93 9.53 9.84 10.7 11.8 12.4 12.5 13.1


LEGEND
kW Compressor Power
TH Total Heating Capacity (Net) (1000 Btuh)
THI Integrated Heating Capacity (Net) (1000 Btuh)


rc C'-'-C-Ir r-i -e-r

















INDOOR UNIT ACCESSORY COILS -
HYDRONIC HEATING CAPACITIES

1-ROW 2-ROW
AIRFLOW STEAM* HOT WATER COILt
(Cfm) Cap. Ldb Cap. Ldb Gpm PD
S 2,250 168 129 174.0 133 17.4 4.0
3,000 209 123 206.0 124 20.6 .5.2
3,750 240 117 238.0 118 23.8 6.5
3,000 209 123 299.0 152 29.9 5.0
4,000 243 115 275.0 124 27.5 6.6
5,000 279 111 316.0 119 31.6 8.2
4,500 402 141 412.0 145 41.2 4.5
6,000 458 129 471.0 133 47.1 5.5
7,500 479 118 529.0 125 52.9 6.6

LEGEND
SCapacity (Btuh In.thousands)
Leaving-Air Dry-Bulb Temp (F)
.-Pressure Drop (ft water)
n 5 psig steam, 60 F entering-air temperature. All steam colls are non-
type.
200 F entering water, 20 F water temperature drop, 60 F entering-air


axlmum operating limits for heating coils: 175 psig at 400 F.

ZiLeing db = ent db (F) + Capacity (Btuh)
1.1 x cfm
See Heating Correction Factors table.


tft".
&tei


INDOOR UNIT ACCESSORY COILS -
HEATING CORRECTION FACTORS

HOT. WATER COIL
Water Temp Ent Water Entering-Air Temp (F)
Drop Temp
(F) (F) 40 50 60 70 80
140 0.72 0.64 0.57 0.49 0.41
160 0.89 0.81 0.74 0.66 0.58
10 180 1.06 0.98 0.90 0.83 0.75
200 1.22 1.15 1.07 1.00 0.92
220 1.39 1.32 1.24 1.17 1.09
140 0.64 0.57 0.49 0.41 0.33
160 0.81 0.74 0.66 0.58 0.51
20 180 0.98 0.91 0.83 0.75 0.68
200 1.15 1.08 1.00 0.93 0.85
220 1.32 1.25 1.17 1.10 1.02
140 0.56 0.49 0.41 0.33 0.24
160 0.74 0.66 0.58 0.51 0.43
30 180 0.91 0.83 0.76 0.68 0.60
200 1.08 1.00 0.93 0.85 0.78
220 1.25 1.18 1.10 1.03 0.95

STEAM COIL
Steam Pressure I Entering-Air Temp (F)
(pslg) 40 50 60 70 60
0 1.06 0.98 0.91 0.85 0.78
2 1.09 1.02 0.95 0.89 0.82
5 1.13 1.06 1.00 0.93 0.87

NOTE: Multiply capacity given in the Hydronlc Heating Capacities table by the
correction factor for conditions at which unit is actually operating. Correct leaving-
air temperature using formula in Note 2 of Hydronic Heating Capacities table.


INDOOR UNIT FAN PERFORMANCE DATA 0.0-1.2 ESP


EXTERNAL STATIC PRESSURE (In. wg)
0.0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1.0 1.2


Rpm I Bhp Rpm I Bhp Rpm I Bhp Rpm I Bhp IRpm I Bhp IRpm I Bhp


472 0.44


560 0.55


634 0.65


700 0.75 759


0.86 814 0.96


2,600 415 0.45 516 0.57 599 0.68 669 0.79 732 0.90 790 1.01 843 1.11


569 0.75


645 0.86


712 0.98


773 1.09


828


1.20 879 1.32


7 4 1.0 828


624 0.95 695 1.08


758 1.20


815 1.31


624 1. 0.5 1. 65 1 1.08 78 1. 1 1.3


3,750 598 1.03 673 1.17


740 1.29


800 1.42 855 1.60


3,000 471 0.61 564 0.74 642 0.86 710 0.97 771 1.09 827 1.20
3,500 550 0.87 632 1.00 703 1.13 766 1.25 824 1.37 877 1.49
012 4,000 628 1.17 701 1.31 766 1.44 825 1.57 879 1.69 930 1.82
4,500 706 1.53 772 1.67 832 1.81 887 1.94 938 2.07 987 2.20
5,000 785 1.93 845 2.08 900 2.22 952 2.36 1000 2.50 1045 2.63


507 0.79


592 1.03 667 1.28 735 1.54


5,300 476 0.85 566 1.13 643 1.40 713 1.68 776 1.97 835 2.26


620 1.50 1 691 1.81


748 2.36
800 2.93


611 1 1.69 6 83 1 2.03


740 1 2.58


756 2.11


816 2.42


809 2.69 865 3.03
857 3.29 910 3.65


LEGEND
Bhp Brake Horsepower Input to Fan
ESP External Static Pressure
Italics indicate special field-supplied drive required for use with standard motor.
Bold indicates standard drive and standard motor.
Plain type Indicates medium-static drive and standard motor.
Indicates high-static drive and alternate motor. For 008 size units with
208/230-1-60 motor only, shading Indicates high-static drive and stand-
ard motor.
NOTES:
1. Maximum allowable fan speed Is 1200 rpm for all sizes.
2. Fan performance is based on deductions for wet coil, clean 2-In. filters, and
unit casing. See right for factory-supplied filter pressure drop.
3. Refer to fan motor and drives tables, pages 32 and 33 to complete the
selection.


INDOOR UNIT FACTORY-SUPPLIED FILTER PRESSURE DROP
(In. wg)

UNIT AIRFLOW PRESSURE DROP
40RMQ (Cfm) (In. wg)
2,250 0.07
008 3,000 0.11
3,750 0.15
3,000 0.11
012 4,000 0.17
_5,000 0.23
4,500 0.08
016 6,000 0.12
7,500 0.17


UNIT
'40RMQ


AIRFLOW
(Cfm)


2,250


Rpm IBhp


359 0.32


3,000


3,400


478 0.62


542 0.82


4,500


016


405 0.54


6,000
6,800


539 1.20


674 1 2.22





'







Performance data (cont)


INDOOR UNIT FAN PERFORMANCE DATA 1.4-2.4 ESP


EXTERNAL STATIC PRESSURE (In. wg)
1.4 1.6 1.8 2.0 2.2 2.4
Rpm I Bhp Rpm I Bhp IRpm I Bhp I Rpm I Bhp Rpm I Bhp I Rpm I Bhp


2,250 865 1.06 913 1.16
2,600 893 1.22 940 1.33
3,000 928 1.43
3,400
3,750 -
3,000 927 1.43
3,500
4,000
4,500
5,000
4,500 908 2.33
5,300 941 2.84
6,000
6,800
7,500 .


LEGEND
Bhp Brake Horsepower Input to Fan
ESP External Static Pressure
Plain type indicates medium-static drive and standard motor.
indicates high-static drive and alternate motor. For 008 size
units with 208/230-1-60 motor only, shading indicates high-
static drive and standard motor.
Bold indicates special field-supplied drive and motor.



ACCESSORY PLENUM AIR THROW DATA
INDOOR UNITS (Ft)

UNIT AIRFLOW VANE DEFLECTION
40RMQ (Cfm) Straight 22V2 45.
008 3,000 45 38 28
012 4,000 55 46 33
016 6,000 50 43 31
NOTE: Throw distances shown are for 75 fpm terminal velocity. Use
the multipliers at right to determine throw values for. other terminal
velocities.


NOTES:
1. Maximum allowable fan speed is 1200 rpm for all sizes.
2. Fan performance is based on deductions for wet coil, clean 2-ir
filters, and unit casing. See page 19 for factory-supplied filter press
sure drop.
3. Refer to fan motor and drives tables, pages 32 and 33 to complete
the selection.


TERMINAL VELOCITY THROW FACTOR
(Fpm)
50 X 1.50
100 X 0.75
150 X 0.50


ACCESSORY PRESSURE DROP INDOOR UNITS
(in. wg)

UNIT AIRFLOW DISCHARGE RETURN AIR HEATING COILS EC OM
40RMQ (Cfm) PLENUM GRILLE Hot Water Steam Electric
S 2,250 0.09 0.01 0.15, 0.15 0.06 0.06
008 3,000 0.14 0.02 0.23 0.23 0.10 0.09
3,750 0.21 0.03 0.35 0.35 0.15 0.15
3,000 0.14 0.02 0.23 .. 0.23 0.10 0.09
012 4,000 0.22 0.04 0.37 0.37 0.17 0.17
5,000 0.32 0.06 0.53 0.53 0.26 0,28
4,500 0.10 0.01 0.15 0.15 0.06 0.06
016 6,000 0.16 0.02 0.23 0.23 0.10 0.09
7,500 0.23 0.03 0.33 0.33 0.15 0.15


UNIT
40RMQ


AIRFLOW
(Cfm)


1187 5.46












38AQS008 AND 40RMQ008


WEATHERPROOF


CONDENSATE
DRAIN


INDOOR
THERMOSTAT*


TO OPEN SIGHT


LEGEND
LLSV Liquid Line Solenoid Valve
NEC National Electrical Code
TXV Thermostatic Expansion Valve
'Accessory item.
tField supplied.
NOTES:
1. All piping must follow standard refrigerant piping techniques. Re-
fer to Carrier System Design Manual for details.


2. All wiring must comply with applicable local and national codes.
3. Wiring and piping shown are general points-of-connection guides
only and are not intended for, or to include all details for, a
specific installation.
4. Bi-flow liquid line solenoid valve (solenoid drop control) is recom-
mended to prevent refrigerant migration to the compressor.
5. Filter drier must be bi-flow type suited for heat pump duty.
6. Internal factory-supplied TXVs and check valves not shown.


POWER


POWER


61-1711 _11










Typical piping and wiring (cont)


I 38AQS012/016 AND 40RMQ012/016 (016 SIZE UNITS SHOWN)


LEGEND NOTES:
NEC National Electrical Code 1. All piping must follow standard refrigerant piping techniques. Refer to Carrier System Design
TXV Thermostatic Expansion Valve Manual for details.
Piping 2. All wiring must comply with applicable local and national codes.
*Field supplied. 3. Wiring and piping shown are general points-of-connection guides only and are not intended
for, or to Include, all details for a specific Installation.
4. Filter driers must be bi-flow type suited for heat pump duty.
5. Internal factory-supplied TXVs and check valves not shown.


L _9(1; I i V I'













OUTDOOR UNITS
I r


COMPR


FAN MOTORS


1 t I I I I


No. of
Fans


FLA
Fan No. 1 Fan No. 2


rn


POWER SUPPLY


Min Ckt
Amps


MOCP
(Amps)


0008 208/230-3-60 187 254 160 31.5 1 3.1 42.5 50
S 460-3-60 414 508 80 15.7 1 1.4 21.0 25
S 208/230-3-60 187 253 170 43.6 2 4.3 3.7 62.5 100
S012 460-3-60 414 528 77 20.0 2 2.3 1.9 29.1 40
.- 575-3-60 518 660 62 15.7 2 1.8 1.8 22.8 35
B 208/230-3-60 187 253 266 63.6 2 4.3 3.7 87.5 125
AS016 460-3-60 414 528 120 29.3 2 2.3 1.9 40.7 60
575-3-60 518 660 96 23.8 2 1.8 1.8 33.0 50
!. LEGEND
Full Load Amps
00- Locked Rotor Amps
P.-- Maximum Overcurrent Protection (Fuse Only)
'- Rated Load Amps


'P INDOOR UNITS STANDARD MOTORS
FAN MOTOR POWER SUPPLY
RNIT V*-PH-HZ VOLTAGE Minimum MOCP
RMQLIMITS Hp FLA Circuit (Amps)
SAmps (Amps)
E.-"! Amps
208/230-1-60 187-253 2.4 11.0 13.8 20
208/230-3-60 187-253 2.4 5.8 7.3 15
008
460-3-60 414-528 2.4 2.6 3.3 15
_'!_____ 575-3-60 518-632 2.0 2.4 3.0 15
,. 208/230-3-60 187-253 2.4 5.8 7.3 15
S012 460-3-60 414-528 2.4 2.6 3.3 15
575-3-60 518-632 2.0 2.4 3.0 15
208/230-3-60 187-253 3.7 10.6 13.3 20
016 460-3-60 414-528 3.7 4.8 6.0 15
1', 575-3-60 518-632 3.0 3.8 4.8 15
LEGEND
Full Load Amps
Horsepower
MOCP Maximum Overcurrent Protection
Motors are designed for satisfactory operation within 10% of nominal voltages shown.
SVoltages should not exceed the limits shown in the Voltage Limits column.


T, INDOOR UNITS ALTERNATE MOTORS
FAN MOTOR POWER SUPPLY
UNIT VOLTAGE Minimum M
S40RMQ V* Z LIMITS Hp FLA Circuit
___________Amps (Amps)
208/230-3-60 187-253 2.9 7.5 9.4 15
008 460-3-60 414-528 2.9 3.4 4.3 15
S____575-3-60 518-632 3.0 3.8 4.8 15
S208/230-3-60 187-253 3.7 10.6 13.3 20
012 460-3-60 414-528 3.7 4.8 6.0 15
_575-3-60 518-632 3.0 3.8 4.8 15
208/230-3-60 187-253 5.0 15.2/14.4 19.9/18.0 30/30
016 460-3-60 414-528 5.0 7.2 6.0 15
575-3-60 518-632 5.0 5.6 4.8 15
LEGEND
. -- Full Load Amps
Horsepower
Maximum Overcurrent Protection
'Motois are designed for satisfactory operation within 10% of nominal voltages shown.
SVoltages should not exceed the limits shown in the Voltage Limits column.


:al data


V-PH-HZ


VOLTAGE RANGE













Electrical data (cont)


ELECTRIC HEATER DATA, INDOOR UNITS

UNIT HEATER V Z NOMINAL HEATER kW HEATER M *
40RMQ PART NO. Stage 1 Stage 2 Total AMPS
CAELHEAT001 A00 240-3-60 12.0 25.6 30
CAELHEAT002A00 480-3-60 5 5 6.0 12.3 15
CAELHEAT003A00 575-3-60 5.0 11.9 15
CAELHEAT004A00 240-3-60 24.1 40.7 50
CAELHEAT005A00 480-3-60 10 10 12.0 19.8 25
CAELHEAT006A00 575-3-60 10.0 18.1 25
CAELHEAT007A00 240-3-60 36.0 55.7 80
008,012 CAELHEAT008A00 480-3-60 15 15 18.0 27.4 40
CAELHEAT009A00 575-3-60 15.1 24.4 35
CAELHEAT010AOO 240-3-60 60.1 85.8 125
CAELHEAT011AOO 480-3-60 15 10 25 30.1 42.4 60
CAELHEAT012A00 575-3-60 25.1 67.0 50
CAELHEAT013A00 240-3-60 84.0 115.8 175
CAELHEAT014A00 480-3-60 20 15 35 42.1 57.4 80
CAELHEAT015A00 575-3-60 35.1 49.5 70
CAELHEAT016A00 240-3-60 24.1 52.1 60
CAELHEAT017A00 480-3-60 10 10 12.0 25.5 30
CAELHEAT018A00 575-3-60 10.0 20.2 25
CAELHEAT019A00 240-3-60 47.9 82.1 110
CAELHEAT020A00 480-3-60 20 20 24.1 40.6 50
CAELHEAT021A00 575-3-60 20.1 32.7 45
016
CAELHEAT022A00 240-3-60 71.9 112.2 150
CAELHEAT023A00 480-3-60 20 10 30 36.1 55.6 80
CAELHEAT024A00 575-3-60 30.1 45.3 70
CAELHEAT025A00 240-3-60 120.0 172.4 250
CAELHEAT026A00 480-3-60 30 20 50 60.1 85.7 125
CAELHEAT027A00 575-3-60 50.2 70.4 100


LEGEND
HACR Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration
MCA Minimum Circuit Amps
MOCP Maximum Overcurrent Protection (Amps)
*Sizes shown are for single-point connection of electric heat accessory
and air handler.


HEATER RATING ACTUAL HEATER VOLTAGE
VOLTAGE 200 208 230 240 440 460 480 550 575 600
240 .694 .751 .918 1 -
480 .840 .918 1 -
575 .915 1 1.089
NOTE: The following equation converts kW of heat energy to Btuh:
kW x 3,412 = Btuh.


FAN CONTACTOR COIL, INDOOR UNITS

UNIT 40RMQ VOLTAGE (vac) MAX HOLDING VA
008,012,016 24 10


NOTES:
1. MCA and MOCP values apply to both standard and alternate factory
supplied motors.
2. Electrical resistance heaters are rated at 240 v, 480 v, or 575 v. T
determine heater capacity (kW) at unit nameplate voltage, multiple
240-v, 480-v, or 575-v capacity by multipliers found In table below.


0T1c3o.






Sntrols

quence of operation 38AQS008 outdoor
it with 40RMQOO8 indoor unit
en power is supplied to unit, the transformer (TRAN) is
ergized. The crankcase heater is also energized.
cooling With the thermostat subbase in the cooling po-
tion, and when the space temperature comes within 2 F
f the cooling set point, the thermostat makes circuit R-O.
Irs energizes the reversing valve solenoid (RVS) and places
e unit in standby condition for cooling.
As the space temperature continues to rise, the second
ge of the thermostat makes, closing circuit R-Y. When
compressor time delay (5 2 minutes) is completed, a cir-
,cuit is made to contactor (C ), starting the compressor
[(COMP) and outdoor-fan motor (OFM). Circuit R-G is made
it the same time, energizing the indoor-fan contactor (IFC)
'and starting the indoor-fan motor (IFM) after one-second
felay.
I When the thermostat is satisfied, contacts open, deener-
lzing C. The COMP, IFM, and OFM stop.
eating On a call for heat, thermostat makes circuits
-Y and R-G. When compressor time delay (5 2 minutes)
s completed, a circuit is made to C, starting COMP and
OFM. Circuit R-G also energizes IFC and starts IFM after a
-second delay.
| Should room temperature continue to fall, circuit R-W is
made through second-stage thermostat bulb. If optional elec-
tric heat package is used, a relay is energized, bringing on
supplemental electric heat. When thermostat is satisfied, con-
4acts open, deenergizing contactor and relay; motors and
Ieaters deenergize.
pefrost Defrost board (DB) is a time and temperature
'control, which includes a field-selectable time period be-
tween checks for frost (30, 50, and 90 minutes). Electronic
timer and defrost cycle start only when contactor is ener-
gized and defrost thermostat (DFT) is closed (below 28 F
1-2.2 C]).
SDefrost mode is identical to Cooling mode, except outdoor-
fan motor (OFM) stops and a bank of supplemental electric
heat turns on to warm air supplying the conditioned space.
Defrost mode is terminated when the DFT reaches 65 F
,(18.3 C).
Sequence of operation 38AQS012,016
Outdoor unit with 40RMQ012,016 indoor
unit
Assume the power is on and the thermostat is set at
SYSTEM AUTO, FAN AUTO, and desired temperature.


Cooling (single-stage only) If power to unit has been
off for an extended period of time, energize crankcase heater
at least 24 hours prior to starting compressor.
The indoor fans, outdoor fans, and compressor start within
5 minutes (due to Time Guard device) on command from
the controlling thermostat in either the cooling or the heat-
ing mode of operation. When first stage cooling is required,
thermostat (TC1) closes, causing the heat pump to start with
an unloaded compressor. When TC2 closes, demanding ad-
ditional cooling, the compressor loads. In a system with a
one-stage thermostat, the unit may be wired so the com-
pressor starts fully loaded. The RVS (reversing valve sole-
noid) is deenergized during cooling mode operation.
Heating
First stage When the thermostat (TH1) calls for heating,
the indoor-fan motor, outdoor-fan motors, and the com-
pressor (fully loaded) are energized. The RVS is energized
in the heating mode.
Second stage If additional heating is required, TH2 on
the thermostat closes, causing the auxiliary heat supply (i.e.,
electric resistance heat) to be energized in 1 or 2 stages de-
pending on the number of stages available and whether the
outdoor thermostats are closed.
Defrost cycle Defrost is initiated every 60 minutes. The
cycle begins when the defrost timer motor contacts close
for 20 seconds. If the defrost thermostat is closed, the re-
versing valve and outdoor-air fans are deenergized. The unit
operates on this modified Cooling mode to defrost the coil.
The defrost cycle continues until the defrost thermostat or
defrost high pressure switch opens or 10 minutes have
elapsed.
When the unit is in the defrost cycle, electric resistance
heat is energized to prevent cold air recirculation during this
modified cooling mode.
Air circulation When the fan switch is at FAN ON, the
indoor-air fans operate continuously to provide ventilation.
The thermostat operates the other components as described
above.
Emergency heat cycle If the compressor is inopera-
tive due to a tripped safety device, the second stage of the
thermostat automatically energizes the indoor-air fan and
the electric resistance heaters.
If desired, the compressor can be manually locked out by
setting the thermostat for emergency heat. In this instance,
the emergency heat indicator light on the thermostat as-
sembly is illuminated.














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Typical control wiring schematic


AHA Adjustable Heat Anticipator
C Contactor Compressor
CAP Capacitor
CB Circuit Breaker (Compressor)
CC Cooling Compensator
CH Crankcase Heater
CLO1 Compressor Lockout
CL02 Crankcase Heater Lockout
COMP Compressor Motor
COTP Compressor Over
Temperature Protection
CR Control Relay
DB Defrost Board
DFR Defrost Relay
DFT Defrost Thermostat
DIR Defrost Interlock Relay
DT Defrost Timer
DU Dummy Terminal
EQUIP GND Equipment Ground
FCPS Fan Cycling Pressurestat
FD Fused Disconnect
(Field Supplied)
FLA Full Load Amps
FU Fuse
HA Heat Anticipator
HC Heater Connector
HPS High-Pressure Switch
HR Heater Relay
IFC Indoor-Fan Contactor
IFM Indoor-Fan Motor


LEGEND

IP Internal Protector
L Light
LCS Loss-of-Charge Switch
LLS Liquid Line Solenoid
LLSV Liquid Line Solenoid Valve
LOR Lockout Relay Switch
NDR No-Dump Reversing Valve Relay
NEC National Electrical Code
OAT Outdoor-Air Thermostat
OFC Outdoor-Fan Contactor
OFM Outdoor-Fan Motor
OFR Outdoor-Fan Relay
OIL SOL Oil Return Solenoid
OL Overload Relay
OPS Oil Pressure Safety Switch
PCB Printed Circuit Board
QT Quadruple Terminal
R Relay
RVR Reversing Valve Relay
RVS Reversing Valve Solenoid
SOL Solenoid
SW Switch
T Overtemperature Thermostat
TB Terminal Block
TC Thermostat Cooling
TGD Time Guard Device
TH Thermostat Heating
TRAN Transformer
T'STAT -Thermostat


U Unloader
UR Unloader Relay

STerminal (PCB, Field)

STerminal (PCB, Factory)

[ Terminal Block Connection

( Terminal (Unmarked)

STerminal (Marked)

Field Splice

S Factory Splice
< > Splice (Marked)

Factory Wiring

_ Field Control Wiring

Accessory or Optional Wiring

.... Field Power Wiring

-= PCB Run


NOTES (38AQS008 Unit)


If any of the original wire furnished must be replaced, it must be re-
placed with type 90 C wire or its equivalent.
Thermostat: HH07AT171
Subbase: HH93AZ188
Set heat anticipator at .6.
Use copper conductors only.


5. Three-phase motors are protected under primary single-phas
conditions.
6. The CLO locks out the compressor to prevent short cycling on c'
pressor overload and safety devices. Before replacing CLO, ch
these devices.


NOTES (38AQS012,016 Units)


1. Compressor and fan motors) thermally protected. Three-phase mo-
tors are protected against primary single-phasing conditions.
2. If any of the original wire furnished must be replaced, it must be re-
placed with type 90 C wire or its equivalent.
3. Terminal block 2 (TB2) Is for field external control connections.
Class 2 wiring: Supply voltage at TB2 is 24 Vac. Maximum power
available at TB2 Is 31.5 va.
4. Field-supplied component rating: IFC sealed coil rating (24 vac) must
be 12 va maximum.
5. Carrier Communicating Temp Monitor Thermostat, Model MS (T) 01 ES
is recommended. (Thermostat HH07AT172 with subbase HH93AZ177
or HH93AZ174 Is shown.)
6. Use copper, copper-clad aluminum, or aluminum conductors for field
power supply only.


7. Insulate unused lead when changing tap for 208-v usage.
8. The CB must-trip amps are equal to or less than 140% FLA.
9. Set thermostat heat anticipator(s) for first stage at 0.79; for sec
stage at 0.63.
10. Unit locks out If crankcase heater Is defective.
11. The CLO locks out the compressor to prevent short cycling on c
pressor overload and safety devices. Before replacing CLO, cl
these devices.
12. OPS is manually reset at 38AQS unit.
13. NDR maintains reversing valve position. Refer to Sequenc
Operation, Controls.


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Application data
Operating limits
Maximum cooling load ................... ..... 115 F
Minimum return-air temperature ................ 55 F
Maximum return-air temperature ................ 95 F
Maximum outdoor-air operating
temperature in heating . ................... 75 F
Minimum outdoor-air operating
temperature in heating .................. .. 20 F
Range of acceptable saturation suction
temperature ........................ 25 to 55 F
Maximum discharge temperature ............... 275 F
Minimum discharge superheat ................. 600 F
Maximum indoor unit fan speed ............ 1200 rpm
General
Select equipment to match or to be slightly less than peak
load. This provides better humidity control, less unit cycling,
and less part-load operation. Equipment should be selected
to perform at no less than 300 cfm/ton.

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'The indoor unit fan must always be operating when the
outdoor unit is operating.
Ductwork should be sized according to indoor unit size,
not building load. For larger units with two fans, a split duct
transition is recommended at the fan outlets, but a plenum
can be used with slight reduction in external static pressure
capability.
For variable air volume (VAV) systems with supply-to-
return air recycling, use the equipment room as a return air
plenum.


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pnlication data (cont)

ddltion of a liquid solenoid valve (LLSV) is recommended
e.en the piping system length exceeds 75 feet. The LLSV
.tbe a bi-flow type suited for use in heat pump systems.
recommended valve is Sporlan model CB14S2 (5/8-in.
F, 7/8-in. ODM) available from RCD as part number
.23JS-214. This solenoid valve requires Sporlan part no.
KC-2 coils that must be purchased locally. Wire the sole-
ld'valve in parallel with the compressor contactor coil.
Te LLSV must be installed at the outdoor unit with the
flow arrow pointed toward the outdoor unit (in-flow direc-
loai for the heating mode.)
dElter driers (38AQS012, 016 only)
eThe 38AQS012 and 016 units do not include filter driers.
Filter driers must be field-supplied and installed in 38AQS012/
40RMQ012 and 38AQS016/40RMQ016 systems. The fil-
er driers used with these systems must be bi-flow types suited
foniuse in heat pump applications. The following Carrier
RCD part numbers are recommended and available for field
installation :
Ik-4'


RECOMMENDED FILTER DRIERS
(38AQS012,016/40RMQ SYSTEMS)


UNIT
'38AQE


LIQUID
LINE
SIZE (in.)


CARRIER
RCD PART
NO.


QUANTITY FIGURE
REQUIRED REFERENCE


TXV Thermostatic Expansion Valve


MINIMUM OUTDOOR-AIR
OPERATING TEMPERATURE*
MINIMUM OUTDOOR
UNIT COMPR SATURATED TEMPERATURE (F)
UNITCO R CONDENSING
38AQS CAP. (%) TEMP (F) Std Unit Head Pressure
Control
008 100 95 55 -20
2 100 90 35 -20
2 67 80 45 -20
016 100 90 23 -20
67 80 36 -20
*Applies to cooling mode of operation only.


REFRIGERANT CHARGE AND
PIPING SELECTION DATA*
LENGTH OF PIPING (ft)t MAXIMUM
OUTDOOR 0-25 26-60 61-100 LIQUID
UNIT
38AQS Line Size (In. OD) LINE
L V L V L V (in. OD)
008 /2 11/8 %5 11/8 11/8 5%
012 % 11/8 % 13/8 5/ 1% %
016 % 1% / 1% % 1% /4
APPROXIMATE SYSTEM MAXIMUM
CHARGE. R-22 (Ib)*" CHARGE
008 19.5 26 32 35
012 30 38 46 48
016 37 45 59 62
L Liquid Line
V Vapor Line
*If there is a vertical separation between indoor and outdoor units, see
Maximum Vertical Separation table.
tApproximately 4 elbows assumed in determining pipe sizes.
Maximum length of Interconnecting piping is 100 feet.
*Approximate system charge is for estimating only. It includes charge
requirements for one outdoor unit, matching indoor coil, and length of
interconnecting piping shown. System should be charged in accor-
dance with installation instructions.


MAXIMUM VERTICAL SEPARATION*
DISTANCE (FT)
OUTDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT
38AQS 40RMQ Indoor Unit
Above Outdoor Unit Below Outdoor Unit
008 008 65 75
012 012 50 50
016 016 80 80
,Vertical distance between indoor and outdoor units.


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