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Small Rooftop Units

Electric Cooling
and Heat Pump Units
3 to 121/2Tons
Accessory Electric Heater and Single Point Box
Cancels: IIK 548-36-20 IIK 548-36-39
3/1/03

Installation Instructions
Part Numbers: CRHEATER101A00 through CRHEATER119A00
CRSINGLE001A00 through CRSINGLE025A00
GENERAL DISCONNECT MOUNTING
LOCATION
Electric heater assembly consists of:
1 — Heater module
4 — Screws
1 — Wiring label
1 — Red wire (10 gage)*
1 — Splice connector*
1 — Wire tie*
*Supplied with electric heater packages CRHEATER101A00,
CRHEATER102A00, CRHEATER103A00, and CRHEATER104A00.
Single point kit consists of:
1 — Single point box
1 — Bushing
5 — Screws INDOOR
UNIT BLOCK-OFF OUTDOOR ACCESS
1 — Bracket and conduit drip boot assembly PANEL ACCESS PANEL PANEL
1 — Tube clamp (used only on 3 and 4 ton heat pump units)
NOTE: Single point kit not required on standard efficiency, 3 to Fig. 1 — Typical Access Panel Location
6 ton cooling units with an MOCP of 60 or lower. (3 to 6 Ton Units)

DISCONNECT MOUNTING
INSTALLATION LOCATION

Turn off power to unit and install lockout tag.


1. Remove electric heater modules and single point box
from packaging and inspect for damage.
NOTE: If there is a “1” in the ninth position of the
heater part number, it indicates that the heater is in a
carton. For example, CRHEATER105A00 is heater
CRHEATER005A00 in a carton.
2. Remove indoor and outdoor access panels. See Fig. 1
and 2. Save panels and screws. UNIT INDOOR
BLOCK-OFF OUTDOOR ACCESS
3. Remove control box cover and center post. Save PANEL ACCESS PANEL PANEL
screws. See Fig. 3. Fig. 2 — Typical Access Panel Location
4. Remove the single point box cover. Secure single point (71/2 to 121/2 Ton Units)
box to the underside of the control box with the 2
screws provided (Fig. 4). 6. Remove heater cover(s) from heater mounting bracket.
5. Secure the conduit drip boot bracket assembly to the Save screws. Install single module electric heat option
back of the single point box with 2 of the screws pro- in location 1 (nearest the single point box). See Fig. 3
vided (Fig. 4). The channel portion of the bracket and 6.
assembly extends to the top panel behind the control NOTE: Modules CRHEATER105A00, CRHEATER
box. Secure all wires to bracket with field-supplied 109A00, CRHEATER112A00, CRHEATER114A00,
wire tie as shown in Fig. 5. CRHEATER115A00, and CRHEATER119A00 are
NOTE: The conduit drip boot and bracket are not used keyed and must be installed in location 1 even when used
on standard efficiency 3 to 6 ton electric cooling units. as part of a 2-module option (Fig. 7).

Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.
Book 1 1 4 4 PC 111 Catalog No. 535-00028 Printed in U.S.A. Form 50-8SI Pg 1 3-03 Replaces: 50-4SI
Tab 1b 5a 5a 6b
7. To install module, engage flange on heater with track shown in Table 1, then there are different figures for
in unit and slide heater through mounting bracket units based on an MOCP below or above 60 Amps.
opening. Fasten heater module to heater mounting Use the correct figure based on the MOCP determined
bracket with the 4 screws saved from Step 6 (Fig. 4). from the correct electrical data table. Figures 11-15 are
NOTE: All 208/230-v heaters (except CRHEATER for electric cooling units. Figures 16-20 are for heat
105A00) are factory-wired for 3-phase applications pump units. Figures 21-28 are for COBRA combined
but can be converted to single-phase by changing one rooftop/energy recovery units.
wire as described in Step 8. All fuses are 60 amp, time delay type, except for
Three-phase applications: Skip to Step 9. CRSINGLE025A00 which are 30 amps. All heaters
are single bank heaters except CRHEATER011A00
8. On single-phase applications, rewire the heater as fol- and 012A00 which are dual bank heaters. The
lows (see Fig. 8-10): CRHEATER011A00 and 012A00 will be wired as two
a. Connect 10-gage red wire to splice connector. heaters (i.e., 6 leads). Fusing is shown pictorially. The
b. Remove yellow wire from heater contactor terminal single point box fuse location may not EXACTLY
11 and connect to splice connector. match the figure as shown, but the number of fuses
c. Using the wire tie provided, fasten red wire to heater will match the number shown.
power wire harness near existing wire tie on heater The optional factory-supplied disconnect has a
module. This provides strain relief for the red wire. maximum rating of 80 amps. Above 80 amps a field-
9. Route power wires from heater module(s) through the supplied disconnect is required.
foam bushing in the center partition and into the single Single point boxes CRSINGLE001A00, 006A00 and
point box (Fig. 4). If no single point box is required for 011A00 do not include fuses and fuses are not required
the unit and heater combination, run the heater high per the National Electric Code in these single point
voltage power wiring through the grommet holes to the boxes since sub-fusing is not required below 60 amps.
field-supplied disconnect (or optional factory-supplied Field-supplied pressure connectors are required to
80 amp disconnect). Heater control wiring should be connect wires.
run to the control box section. 12. Run control wires from heater module(s) to the control
10. Install bushing in hole between control box and single wire terminal block located next to the heater mod-
point box. Route unit power pigtails through bushing ule(s). Connect the control wires as shown in Fig. 29.
(Fig. 4). Heat Pump Units
11. See Table 1 to determine the correct electrical data The electric heat is internally wired as the second stage
table. Refer to Electrical Data Tables 2-25 to of heat.
determine the heater and single point box. From the
Electrical table determine the MOCP with heaters Electric Cooling Units
and accessories, the number of heaters, and the Electric cooling units with 2 electric heater modules
CRSINGLE---A00 part number. can be wired for one- or 2-stage options as shown in
The correct figure can be determined using Table 1. Fig. 29. Connect single module heater option control
The unit type (cooling only, heat pump, or COBRA™ wire (violet) to TB4 terminal 1.
combined unit), efficiency type (high, standard 13. Replace the center post and secure the single point box
ASHRAE 90.1 compliant, standard), and the unit to the center post with one screw (Fig. 3).
voltage are listed in Table 1. If more than one figure is

Table 1 — Electric Heater Data and Wiring Reference


EFFICIENCY UNIT WIRING ELECTRICAL DATA
UNIT TYPE TYPE VOLTAGE-PHASE FIG. NO. PAGE NO. TABLE PAGE NO.
208/230-1-60 11,13 5 2,3 6-13
208/230-3-60 12,14 5 2,3 6-13
High
460-3-60 12,15 5 2,3 6-13
575-3-60 15 5 2,3 6-13
208/230-1-60 11,13 5 4-6 14-25
ELECTRIC Standard 208/230-3-60 12,14 5 4-6 14-25
COOLING 90.1 Compliant 460-3-60 12,15 5 4-6 14-25
575-3-60 15 5 4-6 14-25
208/230-1-60 11,13 5 7-9 26-35
208/230-3-60 12,14 5 7-9 26-35
Standard
460-3-60 12,15 5 7-9 26-35
575-3-60 15 5 7-9 26-35
208/230-1-60 16,17 36 10-14 38-42
High 208/230-3-60 18,19 36,37 10-14 38-42
460-3-60 18,20 36,37 10-14 38-42
HEAT PUMP 208/230-1-60 16,17 36 15-17 43-53
208/230-3-60 18,19 36,37 15-17 43-53
Standard
460-3-60 18,20 36,37 15-17 43-53
575-3-60 18,20 36,37 15-17 43-53
COBRA™ ENERGY 208/230-1-60 21,22 54 18-25 58-71
RECOVERY UNITS High 208/230-3-60 23,24,26 55,56 18-25 58-71
(50HJ with 62AQ) 460-3-60 23,25,27,28 55-57 18-25 58-71

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DISCONNECT EMT OR RIGID CONDUIT SINGLE CENTER MANUAL RESET 14. Remove knockouts for appropriate size conduit from
MOUNTING (FIELD-SUPPLIED) POINT BOX POST LIMIT SWITCH
LOCATION HEATER
unit block-off panel and single point box. Install con-
COVERS duit (rigid or electro-metallic tubing) through conduit
drip boot as shown in Fig. 5. Drip boot will accept
conduit sizes 3/4 in. to 11/2 inches. The drip boot elimi-
nates the need for water-tight conduit fittings at the
single point box.
NOTE: Supply wiring must comply with NEC
(National Electric Code) and all local requirements.
15. Place adhesive-backed wiring label on flanged side of
heater cover.
16. Fasten heater cover to heater module with 2 screws
SINGLE POINT
MAIN BRACKET AND BOX HEATER HEATER HEATER provided with heater. Flanges of cover should face out.
CONTROL CONDUIT MOUNTING MODULE MODULE MOUNTING
BOX DRIP BOOT SCREW (LOCATION 1) (LOCATION 2) BRACKET 17. Set manual reset limit switch by depressing button
CONTROL WIRE TERMINAL BLOCK located between the terminals on the switch. Refer to
Fig. 3 — Typical Component Location Fig. 3 for switch location.
18. Close single point box cover and secure with one
screw.
CONTROL 19. Replace control box cover, using remainder of screws
BOX
21

11

saved from Step 3.


23

13

BUSHING
20. Replace indoor and outdoor panels with screws saved
from Step 2.
SINGLE
POINT BOX 21. Turn on unit power.
MOUNTING
SCREWS 22. Mark the appropriate block on the unit nameplate for
DRIP BOOT the accessory heater kW installed.
BRACKET
MOUNTING
SCREWS
POWER
WIRES
23 21

FOAM ALLIED PA
13 11

BUSHING
CORP.

MODEL NO.
OD
ERIAL NO.

22.2
ISTED AIR
NDITIONING
UIP ACCESS 23 1
.
346N 3
P/N 2- 5610-4 REV

HEATER
RELAYS
HEATER
MOUNTING
SCREWS

Fig. 4 — Typical Single Point Kit Installation


TRACK
30V—OR 200V—RD OV—YL

N—TRAN 3O—BV2075
E 60 HZ 30-8703

BD236B
D 24V 75VA
C—COMM

FLANGE

Fig. 6 — Typical Module Installation

CONDUIT CONDUIT WIRE TIE


DRIP BOOT

Fig. 5 — Typical Conduit Installation

3
KEY

LEGEND
HR — Heater Relay
HTR — Heater
LS — Limit Switch
Fig. 9 — Single-Phase Heater Wiring

Fig. 7 — Typical Electric Heat Installation

RED WIRE

HEATER 23 21

POWER
WIRE
HARNESS 13 11

ALLIED PA
CORP.

23 21
MODEL NO.
OD
ERIAL NO.

SPLICE
13 11 CONNECTOR ISTED AIR
22.2
NDITIONING
UIP ACCESS 23 1
346N. 3
P/N 2- 5610-4 REV
ALLIED PA

MODEL NO.
OD
ERIAL NO.

ISTED AIR
NDITIONING
UIP ACCESS 23 1
.
346N
P/N 2-
3
5610-4 REV
Fig. 10 — Typical Single-Phase Wiring Installed

Fig. 8 — Typical 3-Phase Wiring Installed

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CRSINGLE002A00 OR
NO SINGLE POINT BOX REQUIRED CRSINGLE007A00 OR
CRSINGLE012A00
Fig. 11 — Electric Heater Power Wiring
Connections — Electric Cooling Units,
208/230-1-60 — Less Than 60 Amps MOCP

CRSINGLE009A00 OR
CRSINGLE015A00
Fig. 14 — Electric Heater Power Wiring
Connections — Electric Cooling Units,
208/230-3-60 — Greater Than 60 Amps MOCP

NO SINGLE POINT BOX REQUIRED


(USE EXISTING SPACE IN UNIT) OR
CRSINGLE006A00 OR CRSINGLE011A00
Fig. 12 — Electric Heater Power Wiring
Connections — Electric Cooling Units,
208/230-3-60, 460-3-60, 575-3-60 —
Less Than 60 Amps MOCP

CRSINGLE008A00 OR
CRSINGLE014A00
Fig. 15 — Electric Heater Power Wiring
Connections — Electric Cooling Units,
460-3-60 and 575-3-60 — Greater Than 60 Amps MOCP

CRSINGLE004A00
Fig. 13 — Electric Heater Power Wiring
Connections — Electric Cooling Units,
208/230-1-60 — Greater Than 60 Amps MOCP

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Table 2 — Electrical Data — High-Efficiency Cooling Only Units
DISCONNECT
ELECTRIC HEAT POWER SUPPLY*
UNIT NOMINAL IFM CONV SIZE
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE OUTLET Nominal Fuse or
FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
kW† HACR Bkr
—/— —/— 25.6/ 25.6 30/30 — 25/ 25 101/101
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 26.0/ 29.0 30/30 — 25/ 27 101/101
4.9/ 6.5 23.5/27.1 35.5/ 40.0 40/40 — 33/ 37 101/101
NO 6.5/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 45.4/ 51.4 50/60 — 42/ 47 101/101
7.9/10.5 37.9/43.1 53.5/ 60.0 60/60 — 49/ 55 101/101
9.8/13.0 46.9/54.2 64.8/ 73.8 — 70/ 80 60/ 68 101/101
208/230-1-60 STD
—/— —/— 31.6/ 31.6 35/35 — 30/ 30 106/106
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 31.6/ 34.0 35/35 — 30/ 32 106/106
YES 4.9/ 6.5 23.5/27.1 40.5/ 45.0 45/45 — 38/ 42 106/106
6.5/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 50.4/ 56.4 60/60 — 47/ 53 106/106
7.9/10.5 37.9/43.1 58.5/ 65.0 — 60/ 70 55/ 61 106/106
9.8/13.0 46.9/54.2 69.8/ 78.8 — 70/ 80 65/ 73 106/106
—/— —/— 18.5/ 18.5 25/25 — 18/ 18 90/ 90
3.3/ 4.4 9.2/10.6 18.5/ 19.4 25/25 — 18/ 18 90/ 90
NO 4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 23.1/ 25.7 25/30 — 21/ 24 90/ 90
6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 28.8/ 32.3 30/35 — 26/ 30 90/ 90
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 33.5/ 37.7 35/40 — 31/ 35 90/ 90
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.5 47.8/ 54.2 50/60 — 44/ 50 90/ 90
STD
—/— —/— 24.5/ 24.5 30/30 — 24/ 24 95/ 95
3.3/ 4.4 9.2/10.6 24.5/ 24.5 30/30 — 24/ 24 95/ 95
YES 4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 28.1/ 30.7 30/35 — 27/ 29 95/ 95
6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 33.8/ 37.3 35/40 — 32/ 35 95/ 95
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 38.5/ 42.7 40/45 — 36/ 40 95/ 95
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.5 52.8/ 59.2 60/60 — 50/ 55 95/ 95
208/230-3-60
—/— —/— 19.4/ 19.4 25/25 — 19/ 19 120/120
3.3/ 4.4 9.2/10.6 19.4/ 20.5 25/25 — 19/ 19 120/120
NO 4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 24.2/ 26.8 30/30 — 22/ 25 120/120
6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 29.9/ 33.4 35/35 — 28/ 31 120/120
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 34.6/ 38.8 35/40 — 32/ 36 120/120
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.5 48.9/ 55.4 50/60 — 45/ 51 120/120
HIGH STATIC
3 Tons —/— —/— 25.4/ 25.4 30/30 — 25/ 25 124/124
3.3/ 4.4 9.2/10.6 25.4/ 25.5 30/30 — 25/ 25 124/124
YES 4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 29.2/ 31.8 35/35 — 28/ 30 124/124
6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 34.9/ 38.4 40/40 — 33/ 36 124/124
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 39.6/ 43.8 40/45 — 37/ 41 124/124
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.5 53.9/ 60.4 — 60/ 70 51/ 56 124/124
— — 9.0 20 — 9 46
6.0 7.2 11.8 20 — 11 46
NO 8.8 10.6 16.0 20 — 15 46
11.5 13.8 20.0 25 — 18 46
14.0 16.8 23.8 25 — 22 46
STD
— — 11.7 20 — 11 48
6.0 7.2 15.1 20 — 13 48
YES 8.8 10.6 18.7 20 — 17 48
11.5 13.8 22.7 25 — 21 48
14.0 16.8 26.5 30 — 24 48
460-3-60
— — 9.4 20 — 9 60
6.0 7.2 12.3 20 — 11 60
NO 8.8 10.6 16.5 20 — 15 60
11.5 13.8 20.5 25 — 19 60
14.0 16.8 24.3 25 — 22 60
HIGH STATIC
— — 12.1 20 — 12 62
6.0 7.2 15.6 20 — 14 63
YES 8.8 10.6 19.2 20 — 18 63
11.5 13.8 23.2 25 — 21 63
14.0 16.8 27.0 30 — 25 63
NO — — 7.3 20 — 7 36
STD
YES — — 9.5 20 — 9 30
575-3-60
NO — — 7.7 20 — 8 48
HIGH STATIC
YES — — 9.8 20 — 10 49
—/— —/— 35.2/ 35.2 45/45 — 34/ 34 139/139
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 35.2/ 35.2 45/45 — 34/ 34 139/139
NO 6.5/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 45.4/ 51.4 50/60 — 42/ 47 139/139
9.8/13.0 46.9/54.2 64.8/ 73.8 — 70/ 80 60/ 68 139/139
13.1/17.4 62.8/72.5 84.7/ 96.8 — 90/100 78/ 89 139/139
16.0/21.0 75.8/87.5 100.9/115.5 — 110/125 93/106 139/139
208/230-1-60 STD
—/— —/— 41.2/ 41.2 50/50 — 39/ 39 144/144
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 41.2/ 41.2 50/50 — 39/ 39 144/144
YES 6.5/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 50.4/ 56.4 60/60 — 47/ 53 144/144
9.8/13.0 46.9/54.2 69.8/ 78.8 — 70/ 80 65/ 73 144/144
13.1/17.4 62.8/72.5 89.7/101.8 — 90/110 83/ 95 144/144
16.0/21.0 75.8/87.5 105.9/120.5 — 110/125 98/112 144/144
—/— —/— 22.5/ 22.5 30/30 — 22/ 22 106/106
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 23.1/ 25.7 30/30 — 22/ 24 106/106
NO 6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 28.8/ 32.3 30/35 — 26/ 30 106/106
4 Tons 12.0/16.0 33.4/38.5 47.8/ 54.2 50/60 — 44/ 50 106/106
16.0/21.0 43.8/50.5 60.8/ 69.3 — 70/ 70 56/ 64 106/106
STD
—/— —/— 28.5/ 28.5 35/35 — 27/ 27 111/111
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 28.5/ 30.7 35/35 — 27/ 29 111/111
YES 6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 33.8/ 37.3 35/40 — 32/ 35 111/111
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.5 52.8/ 59.2 60/60 — 50/ 55 111/111
16.0/21.0 43.8/50.5 65.8/ 74.3 — 70/ 80 62/ 69 111/111
208/230-3-60
—/— —/— 23.4/ 23.4 30/30 — 23/ 23 136/136
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 24.2/ 26.8 30/30 — 23/ 25 136/136
NO 6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 29.9/ 33.4 35/35 — 28/ 31 136/136
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.5 48.9/ 55.4 50/60 — 45/ 51 136/136
16.0/21.0 43.8/50.5 62.0/ 70.4 — 70/ 80 57/ 65 136/136
HIGH STATIC
—/— —/— 29.4/ 29.4 35/35 — 29/ 29 140/140
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 29.4/ 31.8 35/35 — 29/ 30 140/140
YES 6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 34.9/ 38.4 40/40 — 33/ 36 140/140
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.5 53.9/ 60.4 — 60/ 70 51/ 56 140/140
16.0/21.0 43.8/50.5 67.0/ 75.4 — 70/ 80 63/ 70 140/140

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Table 2 — Electrical Data — High-Efficiency Cooling Only Units (cont)
DISCONNECT
ELECTRIC HEAT POWER SUPPLY*
UNIT NOMINAL IFM CONV SIZE
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE OUTLET Nominal Fuse or
FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
kW† HACR Bkr
— — 10.6 20 — 10 53
6.0 7.2 11.8 20 — 11 54
NO 11.5 13.8 20.0 25 — 18 54
14.0 16.8 23.8 25 — 22 54
23.0 27.7 37.3 40 — 34 54
STD
— — 13.3 20 — 13 55
6.0 7.2 15.1 20 — 13 56
YES 11.5 13.8 22.7 25 — 21 56
14.0 16.8 26.5 30 — 24 56
23.0 27.7 40.0 45 — 37 56
460-3-60
— — 11.0 20 — 11 67
4 Tons 6.0 7.2 12.3 20 — 11 68
(cont) NO 11.5 13.8 20.5 25 — 19 68
14.0 16.8 24.3 25 — 22 68
23.0 27.7 37.8 40 — 35 68
HIGH STATIC
— — 13.7 20 — 13 70
6.0 7.2 15.6 20 — 14 70
YES 11.5 13.8 23.2 25 — 21 70
14.0 16.8 27.0 30 — 25 70
23.0 27.7 40.5 45 — 37 70
NO — — 10.1 20 — 10 45
STD
YES — — 12.2 20 — 12 47
575-3-60
NO — — 10.4 20 — 10 57
HIGH STATIC
YES — — 12.6 20 — 12 58
LEGEND Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60.
FLA — Full Load Amps
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration AB = 452 v
IFM — Indoor (Evaporator) Fan Motor BC = 464 v
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps AC = 455 v
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps 452 + 464 + 455
Average Voltage =
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection 3
NEC — National Electrical Code
UL — Underwriters’ Laboratories 1371
=
3
*Used to determine minimum disconnect per NEC.
†Heater capacity (kW) is based on heater voltage of 208 v, 240 v, 480 v or 575 v. If = 457
power distribution voltage to unit varies from rated heater voltage, heater kW will Determine maximum deviation from average voltage.
vary accordingly. (AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v
(BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v
NOTES: (AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load
equipment (refer to NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent protective device Maximum deviation is 7 v.
for the unit shall be fuse or HACR breaker. Determine percent of voltage imbalance.
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is greater % Voltage Imbalance= 100 x 7
than 2%. Use the following formula to determine the percent of voltage 457
imbalance. = 1.53%
% Voltage Imbalance This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum
allowable 2%.
max voltage deviation from average voltage
= 100 x
average voltage IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2%, contact
your local electric utility company immediately.
3. Non-fused disconnect switch cannot be used when rooftop unit electrical ratings
exceed 80 amps.
4. 575-v units have UL, Canada approval only. Electric heaters are not available for
3 to 6 ton, 575-v units.

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Table 2 — Electrical Data — High-Efficiency Cooling Only Units (cont)
DISCONNECT
ELECTRIC HEAT POWER SUPPLY*
UNIT NOMINAL IFM CONV SIZE
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE OUTLET Nominal Fuse or
FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
kW† HACR Bkr
—/— —/— 46.3/ 46.3 60/60 — 45/ 45 216/216
4.9/ 6.5 23.5/27.1 46.3/ 46.3 60/60 — 45/ 45 216/216
NO 6.5/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 50.3/ 56.3 60/60 — 46/ 52 216/216
8.7/13.0 46.9/54.2 69.7/ 78.7 — 70/ 80 64/ 72 216/216
13.0/17.4 62.8/72.5 89.5/101.6 — 90/110 82/ 93 216/216
15.8/21.0 75.8/87.5 105.8/120.4 — 110/125 97/111 216/216
208/230-1-60 STD
—/— —/— 52.3/ 52.3 60/60 — 50/ 50 221/221
4.9/ 6.5 23.5/27.1 52.3/ 52.3 60/60 — 50/ 50 221/221
YES 6.5/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 55.3/ 61.3 — 60/ 70 52/ 57 221/221
8.7/13.0 46.9/54.2 74.7/ 83.7 — 80/ 90 70/ 78 221/221
13.0/17.4 62.8/72.5 94.5/106.6 — 100/110 88/ 99 221/221
15.8/21.0 75.8/87.5 110.8/125.4 — 125/150 103/116 221/221
—/— —/— 28.9/ 28.9 35/35 — 28/ 28 168/168
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 28.9/ 28.9 35/35 — 28/ 28 168/168
NO 7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 34.6/ 38.8 35/40 — 32/ 36 168/168
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.5 48.9/ 55.4 50/60 — 45/ 51 168/168
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 62.0/ 70.4 — 70/ 80 57/ 65 168/168
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 76.3/ 86.9 — 80/ 90 70/ 80 168/168
STD
—/— —/— 34.9/ 34.9 40/40 — 34/ 34 173/173
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 34.9/ 34.9 40/40 — 34/ 34 173/173
YES 7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 39.6/ 43.8 40/45 — 37/ 41 173/173
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.5 53.9/ 60.4 — 60/ 70 51/ 56 173/173
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 67.0/ 75.4 — 70/ 80 63/ 70 173/173
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 81.3/ 91.9 — 90/100 76/ 86 173/173
208/230-3-60
—/— —/— 30.6/ 30.6 35/35 — 30/ 30 187/187
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 30.6/ 30.6 35/35 — 30/ 30 187/187
NO 7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 36.7/ 40.9 40/45 — 34/ 38 187/187
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.5 51.1/ 57.5 60/60 — 47/ 53 187/187
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 64.1/ 72.5 — 70/ 80 59/ 67 187/187
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 78.4/ 89.1 — 80/ 90 72/ 82 187/187
HIGH STATIC
—/— —/— 36.6/ 36.6 40/40 — 36/ 36 192/192
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 36.6/ 36.6 40/40 — 36/ 36 192/192
5 Tons 7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 41.7/ 45.9 45/50 — 39/ 43 192/192
YES
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.5 56.1/ 62.5 — 60/ 70 53/ 58 192/192
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 69.1/ 77.5 — 70/ 80 65/ 72 192/192
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 83.4/ 94.1 — 90/100 78/ 87 192/192
— — 14.7 20 — 14 84
6.0 7.2 14.7 20 — 10 84
NO 11.5 13.8 20.5 25 — 19 84
14.0 16.8 24.3 25 — 22 84
23.0 27.7 37.8 40 — 35 84
25.5 30.1 40.8 45 — 38 84
STD
— — 17.4 20 — 17 86
6.0 7.2 17.4 20 — 17 87
YES 11.5 13.8 23.2 25 — 21 87
14.0 16.8 27.0 30 — 25 87
23.0 27.7 40.5 45 — 37 87
460-3-60 25.5 30.1 43.5 45 — 40 87
— — 15.5 20 — 15 93
6.0 7.2 15.5 20 — 15 94
NO 11.5 13.8 21.5 25 — 20 94
14.0 16.8 25.3 30 — 23 94
23.0 27.7 38.8 40 — 36 94
HIGH STATIC 25.5 30.1 41.8 45 — 38 94
— — 18.2 20 — 18 96
6.0 7.2 18.2 20 — 18 96
YES 11.5 13.8 24.2 25 — 22 96
14.0 16.8 28.0 30 — 26 96
23.0 27.7 41.5 45 — 38 96
25.5 30.1 44.5 45 — 41 96
NO — — 11.6 20 — 11 67
STD
YES — — 13.8 20 — 13 69
575-3-60
NO — — 12.2 20 — 12 75
HIGH STATIC
YES — — 14.4 20 — 14 77
—/— —/— 32.8/ 32.8 40/40 — 32/ 32 200/200
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 32.8/ 32.8 40/40 — 32/ 32 200/200
NO 7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 34.6/ 38.8 40/40 — 32/ 36 200/200
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.5 48.9/ 55.4 50/60 — 45/ 51 200/200
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 62.0/ 70.4 — 70/ 80 57/ 65 200/200
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 76.3/ 86.9 — 80/ 90 70/ 80 200/200
STD
—/— —/— 38.8/ 38.8 45/45 — 37/ 37 205/205
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 38.8/ 38.8 45/45 — 37/ 37 205/205
YES 7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 39.6/ 43.8 45/45 — 37/ 41 205/205
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.5 53.9/ 60.4 — 60/ 70 51/ 56 205/205
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 67.0/ 75.4 — 70/ 80 63/ 70 205/205
6 Tons 208/230-3-60 19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 81.3/ 91.9 — 90/100 76/ 86 205/205
—/— —/— 34.5/ 34.5 40/40 — 34/ 34 219/219
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 34.5/ 34.5 40/40 — 34/ 34 219/219
NO 7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 36.7/ 40.9 40/45 — 34/ 38 219/219
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.5 51.1/ 57.5 60/60 — 47/ 53 219/219
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 64.1/ 72.5 — 70/ 80 59/ 67 219/219
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 78.4/ 89.1 — 80/ 90 72/ 82 219/219
HIGH STATIC
—/— —/— 40.5/ 40.5 45/45 — 39/ 39 224/224
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 40.5/ 40.5 45/45 — 39/ 39 224/224
YES 7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 41.7/ 45.9 45/50 — 39/ 43 224/224
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.5 56.1/ 62.5 — 60/ 70 53/ 58 224/224
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 69.1/ 77.5 — 70/ 80 65/ 72 224/224
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 83.4/ 94.1 — 90/100 78/ 87 224/224

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Table 2 — Electrical Data — High-Efficiency Cooling Only Units (cont)
ELECTRIC HEAT POWER SUPPLY* DISCONNECT
UNIT NOMINAL IFM CONV SIZE
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE OUTLET Nominal Fuse or
FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
kW† HACR Bkr
— — 15.2 20 — 15 97
6.0 7.2 15.2 20 — 15 97
NO 11.5 13.8 20.5 25 — 19 97
14.0 16.8 24.3 25 — 22 97
23.0 27.7 37.8 40 — 35 97
25.5 30.7 41.6 45 — 38 97
STD
— — 17.9 20 — 17 99
6.0 7.2 17.9 20 — 17 99
YES 11.5 13.8 23.2 25 — 21 99
14.0 16.8 27.0 30 — 25 99
23.0 27.7 40.5 45 — 37 99
25.5 30.7 44.3 45 — 41 99
460-3-60
— — 16.0 20 — 16 106
6 Tons 6.0 7.2 16.0 20 — 16 107
(cont) NO 11.5 13.8 21.5 25 — 20 107
14.0 16.8 25.3 30 — 23 107
23.0 27.7 38.8 40 — 36 107
25.5 30.7 42.6 45 — 39 107
HIGH STATIC
— — 18.7 25 — 18 108
6.0 7.2 18.7 25 — 18 109
YES 11.5 13.8 24.2 25 — 22 109
14.0 16.8 28.0 30 — 26 109
23.0 27.7 41.5 45 — 38 109
25.5 30.7 45.3 50 — 42 109
NO — — 12.2 20 — 13 78
STD
YES — — 14.3 20 — 15 79
575-3-60
NO — — 12.8 20 — 13 87
HIGH STATIC
YES — — 15.0 20 — 15 89
LEGEND Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60.
FLA — Full Load Amps
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration AB = 452 v
IFM — Indoor (Evaporator) Fan Motor BC = 464 v
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps AC = 455 v
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps 452 + 464 + 455
Average Voltage =
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection 3
NEC — National Electrical Code
UL — Underwriters’ Laboratories 1371
=
3
*Used to determine minimum disconnect per NEC.
†Heater capacity (kW) is based on heater voltage of 208 v, 240 v, 480 v or 575 v. If = 457
power distribution voltage to unit varies from rated heater voltage, heater kW will Determine maximum deviation from average voltage.
vary accordingly. (AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v
(BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v
NOTES: (AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load
equipment (refer to NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent protective device Maximum deviation is 7 v.
for the unit shall be fuse or HACR breaker. Determine percent of voltage imbalance.
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is greater % Voltage Imbalance= 100 x 7
than 2%. Use the following formula to determine the percent of voltage 457
imbalance. = 1.53%
% Voltage Imbalance This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum
allowable 2%.
max voltage deviation from average voltage
= 100 x
average voltage IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2%, contact
your local electric utility company immediately.
3. Non-fused disconnect switch cannot be used when rooftop unit electrical ratings
exceed 80 amps.
4. 575-v units have UL, Canada approval only. Electric heaters are not available for
3 to 6 ton, 575-v units.

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Table 2 — Electrical Data — High-Efficiency Cooling Only Units (cont)
ELECTRIC HEATER POWER SUPPLY* DISCONNECT SIZE
UNIT NOMINAL IFM CONV Fuse
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE OUTLET Nominal or
FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
kW† HACR
Bkr
— —/— 38.2/ 38.2 45/45 — 40/ 40 242/242
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 38.2/ 40.6 45/45 — 40/ 40 242/242
STD NO 12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 51.1/ 57.5 60/60 — 47/ 53 242/242
18.6/24.8 51.7/ 59.7 74.0/ 84.0 — 80/ 90 68/ 77 242/242
24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 92.8/105.6 — 100/110 85/ 97 242/242
31.8/42.4 88.4/102.0 119.9/136.9 — 125/150 110/126 242/242
— —/— 44.2/ 44.2 50/50 — 46/ 46 247/247
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 44.2/ 45.6 50/50 — 46/ 46 247/247
STD YES 12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 56.1/ 62.5 — 60/ 70 53/ 58 247/247
18.6/24.8 51.7/ 59.7 79.0/ 89.0 — 80/ 90 74/ 83 247/247
24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 97.8/110.6 — 100/125 91/103 247/247
31.8/42.4 88.4/102.0 124.9/141.9 — 125/150 116/131 247/247
208/230-3-60
— —/— 41.3/ 41.3 45/45 — 44/ 44 267/267
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 41.3/ 44.5 50/50 — 44/ 44 267/267
HIGH 12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 54.9/ 61.4 — 60/ 70 51/ 56 267/267
NO
STATIC 18.6/24.8 51.7/ 59.7 77.9/ 87.8 — 80/ 90 72/ 81 267/267
24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 96.6/109.5 — 100/110 89/101 267/267
31.8/42.4 88.4/102.0 123.7/140.8 — 125/150 114/129 267/267
— —/— 47.3/ 47.3 50/50 — 49/ 49 271/271
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 47.3/ 49.5 60/60 — 49/ 49 271/271
HIGH 12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 59.9/ 66.4 — 70/ 70 56/ 62 271/271
YES
STATIC 18.6/24.8 51.7/ 59.7 82.9/ 92.8 — 90/100 77/ 86 271/271
24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 101.6/114.5 — 110/125 94/106 271/271
31.8/42.4 88.4/102.0 128.7/145.8 — 150/150 119/135 271/271
— — 19.2 20 — 20 121
13.9 16.7 25.1 20 — 23 121
STD NO 16.5 19.8 29.1 20 — 27 121
27.8 33.4 46.0 50 — 42 121
33.0 39.7 53.9 60 — 50 121
41.7 50.2 66.9 — 70 62 121
71/2 Tons — — 21.9 20 — 23 123
13.9 16.7 28.5 20 — 26 123
STD YES 16.5 19.8 31.8 35 — 29 123
27.8 33.4 48.7 50 — 45 123
33.0 39.7 56.6 60 — 52 123
41.7 50.2 69.6 — 70 64 123
460-3-60
— — 20.6 20 — 22 133
13.9 16.7 26.9 20 — 25 134
HIGH 16.5 19.8 30.8 35 — 28 134
NO
STATIC 27.8 33.4 47.8 50 — 44 134
33.0 39.7 55.6 60 — 51 134
41.7 50.2 68.7 — 70 63 134
— — 23.3 20 — 24 135
13.9 16.7 30.3 35 — 27 136
HIGH 16.5 19.8 33.5 35 — 31 136
YES
STATIC 27.8 33.4 50.5 60 — 46 136
33.0 39.7 58.3 60 — 54 136
41.7 50.2 71.4 — 80 66 136
— — 14.6 20 — 15 94
STD NO 17.0 16.4 23.8 20 — 22 95
34.0 32.7 44.3 45 — 41 95
— — 16.8 20 — 17 96
STD YES 17.0 16.4 26.5 20 — 24 96
34.0 32.7 44.3 45 — 43 96
575-3-60
HIGH — — 15.8 20 — 17 104
NO 17.0 16.4 25.2 20 — 23 104
STATIC
34.0 32.7 45.7 50 — 42 104
HIGH — — 17.9 20 — 19 106
YES 17.0 16.4 27.9 20 — 25 106
STATIC
34.0 32.7 45.7 50 — 44 106
— —/— 40.2/ 40.2 45/45 — 42/ 42 276/276
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 40.2/ 40.6 45/45 — 42/ 42 276/276
STD NO 12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 51.1/ 57.5 60/60 — 47/ 53 276/276
18.6/24.8 51.7/ 59.7 74.0/ 84.0 — 80/ 90 68/ 77 276/276
24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 92.8/105.6 — 100/110 85/ 97 276/276
31.8/42.4 88.4/102.0 119.9/136.9 — 110/150 110/126 276/276
— —/— 46.2/ 46.2 50/50 — 48/ 48 281/281
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 46.2/ 46.2 50/50 — 48/ 48 281/281
STD YES 12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 56.1/ 62.5 — 60/ 70 53/ 58 281/281
18.6/24.8 51.7/ 59.7 79.0/ 89.0 — 80/ 90 74/ 83 281/281
24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 97.8/110.6 — 100/125 91/103 281/281
31.8/42.4 88.4/102.0 124.9/141.9 — 125/150 116/131 281/281
208/230-3-60
— —/— 43.3/ 43.3 50/50 — 46/ 46 301/301
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 43.3/ 44.5 50/50 — 46/ 46 301/301
HIGH 12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 54.9/ 61.4 — 60/ 70 51/ 56 301/301
NO
STATIC 18.6/24.8 51.7/ 59.7 77.9/ 87.8 — 80/ 90 72/ 81 301/301
24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 96.6/109.5 — 100/110 89/101 301/301
31.8/42.4 88.4/102.0 123.7/140.8 — 125/150 114/129 301/301
— —/— 49.3/ 49.3 60/60 — 51/ 51 305/305
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 49.3/ 49.5 60/60 — 51/ 51 305/305
HIGH 12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 59.9/ 66.4 — 70/ 70 56/ 62 305/305
YES
STATIC 18.6/24.8 51.7/ 59.7 82.9/ 92.8 — 90/100 77/ 86 305/305
24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 101.6/114.5 — 110/125 94/106 305/305
31.8/42.4 88.4/102.0 128.7/145.8 — 150/150 119/135 305/305
81/2 Tons
— — 21.5 20 — 23 143
13.9 16.7 25.1 20 — 23 143
STD NO 16.5 19.8 29.1 20 — 27 143
27.8 33.4 46.0 50 — 42 143
33.0 39.7 53.9 60 — 50 143
41.7 50.2 66.9 — 70 62 143
— — 24.2 20 — 25 145
13.9 16.7 28.5 20 — 26 145
STD YES 16.5 19.8 31.8 35 — 29 145
27.8 33.4 48.7 50 — 45 145
33.0 39.7 56.6 60 — 52 145
41.7 50.2 69.6 — 70 64 145
460-3-60
— — 22.9 20 — 24 155
13.9 16.7 26.9 20 — 25 156
HIGH 16.5 19.8 30.8 35 — 28 156
NO
STATIC 27.8 33.4 47.8 50 — 44 156
33.0 39.7 55.6 60 — 51 156
41.7 50.2 68.7 — 70 63 156
— — 25.6 20 — 27 157
13.9 16.7 30.3 35 — 27 158
HIGH 16.5 19.8 33.5 35 — 31 158
YES
STATIC 27.8 33.4 50.5 60 — 46 158
33.0 39.7 58.3 60 — 54 158
41.7 50.2 71.4 — 80 66 158

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Table 2 — Electrical Data — High-Efficiency Cooling Only Units (cont)
ELECTRIC HEATER POWER SUPPLY* DISCONNECT SIZE
UNIT NOMINAL IFM CONV
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE OUTLET Nominal Fuse or
FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
kW† HACR Bkr
— — 18.2 20 — 19 114
STD NO 17.0 16.4 23.8 20 — 22 115
34.0 32.7 44.3 45 — 41 115
— — 20.4 25 — 21 116
STD YES 17.0 16.4 26.5 25 — 24 116
81/2 Tons 34.0 32.7 46.9 50 — 43 116
575-3-60
(cont) HIGH — — 18.2 20 — 19 114
NO 17.0 16.4 23.8 20 — 22 115
STATIC
34.0 32.7 44.3 45 — 41 115
HIGH — — 21.5 25 — 22 126
YES 17.0 16.4 27.9 25 — 25 126
STATIC
34.0 32.7 48.3 50 — 44 126
— —/— 53.0/ 53.0 60/60 — 56/ 56 341/341
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 53.0/ 53.0 60/60 — 56/ 56 341/341
STD NO 12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 54.9/ 61.4 — 60/ 70 56/ 56 341/341
24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 96.6/109.5 — 100/110 89/101 341/341
31.8/42.4 88.4/102.0 123.7/140.8 — 125/150 114/129 341/341
37.5/50.0 104.2/120.3 143.5/133.5 — 150/150 132/151 341/341
— —/— 59.0/ 59.0 70/70 — 61/ 61 345/345
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 59.0/ 59.0 — 70/ 70 61/ 61 345/345
STD YES 12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 59.9/ 66.4 — 70/ 70 61/ 62 345/345
24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 101.6/114.5 — 110/125 94/106 345/345
31.8/42.4 88.4/102.0 128.7/145.8 — 150/150 119/135 345/345
37.5/50.0 104.2/120.3 148.5/137.5 — 150/150 138/156 345/345
208/230-3-60
— —/— 57.4/ 57.4 70/70 — 61/ 61 364/364
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 57.4/ 57.4 — 70/ 70 61/ 61 364/364
HIGH 12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 60.4/ 66.9 — 70/ 80 61/ 62 364/364
NO
STATIC 24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 102.1/115.0 — 110/125 94/106 364/364
31.8/42.4 88.4/102.0 129.2/146.3 — 150/150 119/135 364/364
37.5/50.0 104.2/120.3 149.0/139.0 — 150/175 137/156 364/364
— —/— 63.4/ 63.4 70/70 — 66/ 66 369/369
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 63.4/ 63.4 — 70/ 70 66/ 66 369/369
HIGH 12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 65.4/ 71.9 — 80/ 80 66/ 67 369/369
YES
STATIC 24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 107.1/120.0 — 110/125 99/111 369/369
31.8/42.4 88.4/102.0 134.2/151.3 — 150/175 124/140 369/369
37.5/50.0 104.2/120.3 154.0/143.0 — 175/175 143/161 369/369
— — 24.9 20 — 26 170
13.9 16.7 26.9 20 — 26 171
STD NO 16.5 19.8 30.8 35 — 28 171
33.0 39.7 55.6 60 — 51 171
41.7 50.2 68.7 — 70 63 171
50.0 60.1 66.1 — 80 75 171
— — 27.6 20 — 29 172
13.9 16.7 30.3 35 — 29 173
10 Tons 16.5 19.8 33.5 35 — 31 173
STD YES
33.0 39.7 58.3 60 — 54 173
41.7 50.2 71.4 — 80 66 173
50.0 60.1 70.1 — 80 77 173
460-3-60
— — 27.5 20 — 29 182
13.9 16.7 30.1 35 — 29 182
HIGH 16.5 19.8 34.1 40 — 31 182
NO
STATIC 33.0 39.7 58.9 60 — 54 182
41.7 50.2 71.9 — 80 66 182
50.0 60.1 69.4 — 80 78 182
— — 30.2 35 — 32 184
13.9 16.7 33.5 40 — 32 184
HIGH 16.5 19.8 36.8 40 — 34 184
YES
STATIC 33.0 39.7 61.6 — 70 57 184
41.7 50.2 74.6 — 80 69 184
50.0 60.1 73.4 — 80 80 184
— — 19.1 25 — 20 136
STD NO 17.0 16.4 25.2 25 — 23 136
34.0 32.7 45.7 50 — 42 136
51.0 49.1 53.9 60 — 61 136
— — 21.3 25 — 22 138
STD YES 17.0 16.4 27.9 25 — 25 138
34.0 32.7 48.3 50 — 44 138
51.0 49.1 56.5 60 — 63 138
575-3-60
— — 21.2 25 — 23 145
HIGH 17.0 16.4 27.8 25 — 26 146
NO
STATIC 34.0 32.7 48.3 50 — 44 146
51.0 49.1 56.5 — 70 63 146
— — 23.4 25 — 25 147
HIGH 17.0 16.4 30.5 35 — 28 148
YES
STATIC 34.0 32.7 50.9 60 — 46 148
51.0 49.1 59.1 — 70 65 148
LEGEND Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60.
FLA — Full Load Amps AB = 452 v
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration BC = 464 v
IFM — Indoor (Evaporator) Fan Motor AC = 455 v
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps 452 + 464 + 455
Average Voltage =
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps 3
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection
NEC — National Electrical Code 1371
UL — Underwriters’ Laboratories =
3
*Used to determine minimum disconnect per NEC. = 457
†Heater capacity (kW) is based on heater voltage of 208 v, 240 v, 480 v or 575 v. If Determine maximum deviation from average voltage.
power distribution voltage to unit varies from rated heater voltage, heater kW will vary (AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v
accordingly. (BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v
(AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v
NOTES: Maximum deviation is 7 v.
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load equipment
(refer to NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent protective device for the unit shall Determine percent of voltage imbalance.
be fuse or HACR breaker. % Voltage Imbalance = 100 x 7
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage 457
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is greater than 2%. = 1.53%
Use the following formula to determine the percent of voltage imbalance. This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum allowable
% Voltage Imbalance 2%.
max voltage deviation from average voltage
= 100 x IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2%, contact your local
average voltage
electric utility company immediately.
3. Non-fused disconnect switch cannot be used when rooftop unit electrical ratings
exceed 80 amps.
4. 575-v units have UL, Canada approval only. Electric heaters are not available for 3 to
6 ton, 575-v units.

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Table 2 — Electrical Data — High-Efficiency Cooling Only Units (cont)
ELECTRIC HEATER POWER SUPPLY* DISCONNECT SIZE
NOMINAL IFM CONV
UNIT Nominal Fuse or
V-PH-Hz TYPE OUTLET FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
kW† HACR Bkr
— —/— 60.6/ 60.6 70/70 — 64/ 64 426/426
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 60.6/ 60.6 — 70/ 70 64/ 64 426/426
STD NO 12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 60.4/ 66.9 — 70/ 80 64/ 64 426/426
24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 102.1/115.0 — 110/125 94/106 426/426
31.8/42.4 88.4/102.0 129.2/146.3 — 150/150 119/135 426/426
37.5/50.0 104.2/120.3 149.0/139.0 — 150/175 137/156 426/426
208/230-3-60
— —/— 66.6/ 66.6 70/70 — 70/ 70 431/431
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 66.6/ 66.6 — 70/ 70 70/ 70 431/431
STD YES 12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 65.4/ 71.9 — 80/ 80 70/ 70 431/431
24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 107.1/120.0 — 110/125 99/111 431/431
31.8/42.4 88.4/102.0 134.2/151.3 — 150/175 124/140 431/431
37.5/50.0 104.2/120.3 154.0/143.0 — 175/175 143/161 431/431
— — 29.1 35 — 31 197
13.9 16.7 30.1 35 — 31 197
STD NO 16.5 19.8 34.1 40 — 31 197
33.0 39.7 58.9 60 — 54 197
121/2 Tons 41.7 50.2 71.9 — 80 66 197
50.0 60.1 69.4 — 80 78 197
460-3-60
— — 31.8 35 — 33 199
13.9 16.7 33.5 40 — 33 199
STD YES 16.5 19.8 36.8 40 — 34 199
33.0 39.7 61.6 — 70 57 199
41.7 50.2 74.6 — 80 69 199
50.0 60.1 73.4 — 80 80 199
— — 23.7 30 — 25 153
STD NO 17.0 16.4 27.8 30 — 26 154
34.0 32.7 48.3 50 — 44 154
51.0 49.1 56.5 — 70 63 154
575-3-60
— — 25.9 30 — 27 155
STD YES 17.0 16.4 30.5 35 — 28 155
34.0 32.7 50.9 60 — 46 155
51.0 49.1 59.1 — 70 65 155
LEGEND Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60.
FLA — Full Load Amps AB = 452 v
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration BC = 464 v
IFM — Indoor (Evaporator) Fan Motor AC = 455 v
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps 452 + 464 + 455
Average Voltage =
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps 3
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection
NEC — National Electrical Code 1371
UL — Underwriters’ Laboratories =
3
*Used to determine minimum disconnect per NEC. = 457
†Heater capacity (kW) is based on heater voltage of 208 v, 240 v, 480 v or 575 v. If Determine maximum deviation from average voltage.
power distribution voltage to unit varies from rated heater voltage, heater kW will vary (AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v
accordingly. (BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v
(AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v
NOTES: Maximum deviation is 7 v.
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load equipment
(refer to NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent protective device for the unit shall Determine percent of voltage imbalance.
be fuse or HACR breaker. % Voltage Imbalance = 100 x 7
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage 457
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is greater than 2%. = 1.53%
Use the following formula to determine the percent of voltage imbalance. This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum allowable
% Voltage Imbalance 2%.
max voltage deviation from average voltage
= 100 x IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2%, contact your local
average voltage
electric utility company immediately.
3. Non-fused disconnect switch cannot be used when rooftop unit electrical ratings
exceed 80 amps.
4. 575-v units have UL, Canada approval only. Electric heaters are not available for 3 to
6 ton, 575-v units.

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Table 3 — Electric Heating Usage — High-Efficiency Cooling Only Units
UNIT VOLTAGE ACCESSORY ACCESSORY HEATER SINGLE POINT BOX
SIZE (60 Hz) kW PART NUMBER CRHEATER - - - A00 PACKAGE NO. CRSINGLE---A00
3.3/ 4.0/ 4.4 001 —
208/230/240 4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
(single phase) 6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 —†
7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 —
9.8/11.6/13.0* 002+002 004
3.3/ 4.0/ 4.4 001 —
3 Tons 208/230/240 4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
(3 phase) 6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 —
7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 —
12.0/14.7/16.0 005 —**
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
460/480 8.1/ 8.8 007 —
(3 phase) 10.6/11.5 008 —
12.9/14.0 009 —
3.3/ 4.0/ 4.4 001 —
208/230/240 6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 —
(single phase) 9.8/11.6/13.0* 002+002 004
13.1/16.0/17.4* 003+003 004
16.0/19.3/21.0* 004+004 004
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
4 Tons 208/230/240 6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 —
(3 phase) 12.0/14.7/16.0 005 —**
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004+004 002
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
460/480 10.6/11.5 008 —
(3 phase) 12.9/14.0 009 —
21.1/23.0* 008+008 —
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
208/230/240 6.6/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 —*
(single phase) 9.8/11.6/13.0* 002+002 004
13.1/16.0/17.4* 003+003 004
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004+004 004
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
208/230/240 7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 —
5 Tons (3 phase) 12.0/14.7/16.0 005 —**
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004+004 002
19.9/24.3/26.5* 004+005 002
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
460/480 10.6/11.5 008 —
(3 phase) 12.9/14.0 009 —
21.1/23.0* 008+008 —
23.4/25.5* 008+009 —
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
208/230/240 7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 —
(3 phase) 12.0/14.7/16.0 005 —**
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004+004 002
19.9/24.3/26.5* 004+005 002
6 Tons
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
460/480 10.6/11.5 008 —
(3 phase) 12.9/14.0 009 —
21.1/23.0* 008+008 —
23.4/25.5* 008+009 —
7.8/ 9.6/10.4 017 006
208/230/240 12.0/14.7/16.0 010 006
(3 phase) 18.6/22.8/24.8 011 007
24.0/29.4/32.0 012 007
31.8/39.0/42.4 012+017 009
71/2 Tons 12.8/13.9 016 006
460/480 15.2/16.5 013 006
(3 phase) 25.6/27.8 014 006
30.4/33.0 015 006
38.4/41.7 014+016 008
575 17.0 018 006
(3 phase) 34.0 019 006
7.8/ 9.6/10.4 017 011
208/230/240 12.0/14.7/16.0 010 011
(3 phase) 18.6/22.8/24.8 011 012
24.0/29.4/32.0 012 012
31.8/39.0/42.4 012+017 015
81/2 Tons 12.8/13.9 016 011
460/480 15.2/16.5 013 011
(3 phase) 25.6/27.8 014 011
30.4/33.0 015 011
38.4/41.7 014+016 014
575 17.0 018 011
(3 phase) 34.0 019 011
7.8/ 9.6/10.4 017 011
208/230/240 12.0/14.7/16.0 010 012
(3 phase) 24.0/29.4/32.0 012 012
31.8/38.9/42.4 012+017 015
37.5/46.0/50.0 010+012 015
12.8/13.9 016 011
10 Tons 460/480 15.2/16.5 013 011
(3 phase) 30.4/33.0 015 011
38.4/41.7 014+016 014
46.0/50.0 013+015 014
575 17.0 018 011
(3 phase) 34.0 019 011
51.0 018+019 014
7.8/ 9.6/10.4 017 012
208/230/240 12.0/14.7/16.0 010 012
(3 phase) 24.0/29.4/32.0 012 012
31.8/38.9/42.4 012+017 015
37.5/46.0/50.0 010+012 015
12.8/13.9 016 011
121/2 Tons 460/480 15.2/16.5 013 011
(3 phase) 30.4/33.0 015 011
38.4/41.7 014+016 014
46.0/50.0 013+015 014
575 17.0 018 011
(3 phase) 34.0 019 014
51.0 018+019 014

*Two heater packages required to provide kW indicated.


†004 on units with convenience outlet.
**002 on high-static units with convenience outlet.
NOTES:
1. The rated heater voltage is 240, 480, and 575 v. If power distribution voltage varies from rated heater voltage, heater kW will vary accordingly.
2. To determine heater kW at voltages other than those shown in table, use the following formula:
Heater kWnew = Heater kW rated x (unit power distribution voltage/rated heater voltage)2
As an example:
For a 16 kW heater rated at 240 v with a power distribution voltage of 215 v
kW new = 16 kW (215/240)2
kW new = 12.8 kW (rating at 215 v)

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Table 4 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency ASHRAE 90.1 Compliant Cooling Only Units
(Without Convenience Outlet)
DISCONNECT
ELECTRIC HEAT POWER SUPPLY
UNIT NOMINAL IFM SIZE*
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE Nominal
FLA MCA MOCP† FLA LRA
kW
—/— —/— 25.2/25.2 30/30 24/24 106/106
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 25.2/27.3 30/30 24/25 106/106
4.9/ 6.5 23.5/27.1 33.7/38.2 35/40 31/35 106/106
STD
6.4/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 43.6/49.7 45/50 40/46 106/106
7.9/10.5 37.9/43.8 51.8/59.1 60/60 48/54 106/106
9.8/13.0 46.9/54.2 63.0/72.1 70/80** 58/66 106/106
208/230-1-60
—/— —/— 26.6/26.6 35/35 26/26 111/111
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 26.6/29.0 35/35 26/27 111/111
4.9/ 6.5 23.5/27.1 35.5/40.0 40/40 33/37 111/111
ALT
6.5/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 45.4/51.4 50/60 42/47 111/111
7.9/10.5 37.9/43.8 53.5/60.8 60/70** 49/56 111/111
9.8/13.0 46.9/54.2 64.8/73.8 70/80** 60/68 111/111
—/— —/— 17.7/17.7 25/25 17/17 85/ 85
3.3/ 4.4 9.2/10.6 17.7/17.7 25/25 17/17 85/ 85
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 21.3/23.9 25/25 20/22 85/ 85
STD
6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 27.0/30.5 30/35 25/28 85/ 85
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 31.7/35.9 35/40 29/33 85/ 85
12.2/16.0 33.4/38.4 46.1/52.4 50/60 42/48 85/ 85
—/— —/— 19.1/19.1 25/25 19/19 90/ 90
3.3/ 4.4 9.2/10.6 19.1/19.4 25/25 19/19 90/ 90
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 23.1/25.7 25/30 21/24 90/ 90
208/230-3-60 ALT
6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 28.8/32.3 30/35 26/30 90/ 90
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 33.5/37.7 35/40 31/35 90/ 90
12.3/16.0 33.4/38.4 47.8/54.2 50/60 44/50 90/ 90
3 Tons —/— —/— 19.4/19.4 25/25 19/19 109/109
3.3/ 4.4 9.2/10.6 19.4/19.7 25/25 19/19 109/109
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 23.4/26.0 30/30 22/24 109/109
HIGH
6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 29.2/32.7 30/35 27/30 109/109
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 33.9/38.1 35/40 31/35 109/109
12.3/16.0 33.4/38.4 48.2/54.6 50/60 44/50 109/109
— — 7.6 15 7 44
6.0 7.2 10.6 15 10 45
STD 8.8 10.6 14.9 15 14 45
11.5 13.8 18.9 20 17 45
14.0 16.8 22.7 25 21 45
— — 8.4 15 8 48
6.0 7.2 11.6 15 11 48
460-3-60 ALT 8.8 10.6 15.9 20 15 48
11.5 13.8 19.9 20 18 48
14.0 16.8 23.7 25 22 48
— — 8.9 15 9 57
6.0 7.2 12.3 15 11 57
HIGH 8.8 10.6 16.5 20 15 57
11.5 13.8 20.5 25 19 57
14.0 16.8 24.3 25 22 57
STD — — 5.5 15 6 34
575-3-60 ALT — — 6.0 15 7 37
HIGH — — 6.3 15 7 56
—/— —/— 34.0/ 34.0 40/ 40 32/ 32 129/129
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 34.0/ 34.0 40/ 40 32/ 32 129/129
STD 6.5/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 43.6/ 49.7 45/ 50 40/ 46 129/129
9.3/13.0 46.9/54.2 63.0/ 72.1 70/ 80** 58/ 66 129/129
13.1/17.4 62.8/72.5 82.9/ 95.0 90/100** 76/ 87 129/129
15.8/21.0 75.8/87.5 99.2/113.8 100/125** 91/105 129/129
208/230-1-60
—/— —/— 35.4/ 35.4 45/ 45 34/ 34 133/133
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 35.4/ 35.4 45/ 45 34/ 34 133/133
6.5/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 45.4/ 51.4 50/ 60 42/ 47 133/133
ALT
9.3/13.0 46.9/54.2 64.8/ 73.8 70/ 80** 60/ 68 133/133
13.1/17.4 62.8/72.5 84.7/ 96.8 90/100** 78/ 89 133/133
15.8/21.0 75.8/87.5 100.9/115.5 110/125** 93/106 133/133
—/— —/— 24.2/ 24.2 30/ 30 23/ 23 101/101
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 24.2/ 24.2 30/ 30 23/ 23 101/101
STD 6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 27.0/ 30.5 30/ 35 25/ 28 101/101
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 46.1/ 52.4 50/ 60 42/ 48 101/101
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 59.1/ 67.5 60/ 70** 54/ 62 101/101
—/— —/— 25.6/ 25.6 30/ 30 25/ 25 105/105
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 25.6/ 25.7 30/ 30 25/ 25 105/105
208/230-3-60 ALT 6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 28.8/ 32.3 30/ 35 26/ 30 105/105
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 47.8/ 54.2 50/ 60 44/ 50 105/105
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 60.8/ 69.3 70/ 70** 56/ 64 105/105
4 Tons —/— —/— 25.9/ 25.9 30/ 30 25/ 25 124/124
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 25.9/ 26.0 30/ 30 25/ 25 124/124
HIGH 6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 29.2/ 32.7 30/ 35 27/ 30 124/124
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 48.2/ 54.6 50/ 60 44/ 50 124/124
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 61.2/ 69.6 70/ 70** 56/ 64 124/124
— — 13.0 20 13 51
6.0 7.2 13.0 20 13 51
STD 11.5 13.8 19.5 20 18 51
14.0 16.8 23.3 25 21 51
23.0 27.7 36.8 40 34 51
— — 13.3 20 13 53
6.0 7.2 13.3 20 13 53
460-3-60 ALT 11.5 13.8 19.9 20 18 53
14.0 16.8 23.7 25 22 53
23.0 27.7 37.2 40 34 53
— — 13.8 20 13 62
6.0 7.2 13.8 20 13 62
HIGH 11.5 13.8 20.5 25 19 62
14.0 16.8 24.3 25 22 62
23.0 27.7 37.8 40 35 62
STD — — 9.2 15 10 41
575-3-60 ALT — — 9.3 15 10 42
HIGH — — 9.7 15 10 49

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Table 4 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency ASHRAE 90.1 Compliant Cooling Only Units
(Without Convenience Outlet) (cont)
DISCONNECT
ELECTRIC HEAT POWER SUPPLY
UNIT NOMINAL IFM SIZE*
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE Nominal
FLA MCA MOCP† FLA LRA
kW
—/— —/— 43.3/ 43.3 60/ 60 42/ 42 161/161
4.9/ 6.5 23.5/27.1 43.3/ 43.3 60/ 60 42/ 42 161/161
6.5/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 46.6/ 52.7 50/ 60 43/ 48 161/161
STD
9.8/13.0 46.9/54.2 66.0/ 75.1 70/ 80** 61/ 69 161/161
13.1/17.4 62.8/72.5 85.9/ 98.0 90/100** 79/ 90 161/161
15.8/21.0 75.8/87.5 102.2/116.8 110/125** 94/107 161/161
208/230-1-60
—/— —/— 44.0/ 44.0 60/ 60 42/ 42 184/184
4.9/ 6.5 23.5/27.1 44.0/ 44.0 60/ 60 42/ 42 184/184
6.5/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 47.5/ 53.6 50/ 60 44/ 49 184/184
ALT
9.8/13.0 46.9/54.2 66.9/ 76.0 70/ 80** 62/ 70 184/184
13.1/17.4 62.8/72.5 86.8/ 98.9 90/100** 80/ 91 184/184
15.8/21.0 75.8/87.5 103.0/117.6 110/125** 95/108 184/184
—/— —/— 27.3/ 27.3 35/ 35 27/ 27 128/128
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 27.3/ 27.3 35/ 35 27/ 27 128/128
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 34.7/ 38.9 40/ 40 32/ 36 128/128
STD
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 49.1/ 55.4 50/ 60 45/ 51 128/128
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 62.1/ 70.5 70/ 80** 57/ 65 128/128
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 76.4/ 87.1 80/ 90** 70/ 80 128/128
—/— —/— 26.6/ 26.6 35/ 35 26/ 26 148/148
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 26.6/ 26.6 35/ 35 26/ 26 148/148
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 33.9/ 38.1 35/ 40 31/ 35 148/148
208/230-3-60 ALT
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 48.2/ 54.6 50/ 60 44/ 50 148/148
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 61.2/ 69.6 70/ 70** 56/ 64 148/148
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 75.6/ 86.2 80/ 90** 70/ 79 148/148
—/— —/— 28.9/ 28.9 35/ 35 29/ 29 174/174
5 Tons 4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 28.9 28.9 35/ 35 29/ 29 174/174
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 36.7/ 40.9 40/ 45 34/ 38 174/174
HIGH
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 51.1/ 57.4 60/ 60 47/ 53 174/174
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 64.1/ 72.5 70/ 80** 59/ 67 174/174
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 78.4/ 89.1 80/ 90** 72/ 82 174/174
— — 13.2 20 13 71
6.0 7.2 13.2 20 13 72
STD 11.5 13.8 21.2 25 19 72
14.0 16.8 24.9 25 23 72
23.0 27.7 38.5 40 35 72
25.0 30.1 41.5 45 38 72
— — 13.5 20 13 81
6.0 7.2 13.5 20 13 81
11.5 13.8 21.5 25 20 81
460-3-60 ALT
14.0 16.8 25.3 30 23 81
23.0 27.7 38.8 40 36 81
25.0 30.1 41.8 45 38 81
— — 13.5 20 13 93
6.0 7.2 13.5 20 13 94
11.5 13.8 21.5 25 20 94
HIGH
14.0 16.8 25.3 30 23 94
23.0 27.7 38.8 40 36 94
25.0 30.1 41.8 45 38 94
STD — — 9.7 15 11 58
575-3-60 ALT — — 9.9 15 11 65
HIGH — — 9.9 15 11 75

LEGEND Determine percent of voltage imbalance.


FLA — Full Load Amps 7
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration % Voltage Imbalance = 100 x
457
IFM — Indoor (Evaporator) Fan Motor
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps = 1.53%
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum allowable 2%.
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection
NEC — National Electrical Code
IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2%, contact your local
*Used to determine minimum disconnect per NEC. electric utility company immediately.
†Fuse or HACR circuit breaker.
**Fuse only.
3. For units with power exhaust: If a single power source is to be used, size wire to include
NOTES: power exhaust MCA and MOCP. Check MCA and MOCP when power exhaust is powered
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load equipment (refer to through the unit (must be in accordance with NEC and/or local codes). Determine the new
NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent protective device for the unit shall be fuse or HACR MCA including the power exhaust using the following formula:
breaker. Canadian units may be fuse or circuit breaker. MCA New = MCA unit only + MCA of Power Exhaust
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is greater than 2%. Use the For example, using a 5 ton unit with MCA = 28.9 and MOCP = 35, with CRPWREXH030A00
following formula to determine the percent of voltage imbalance. power exhaust.
% Voltage Imbalance MCA New = 28.9 amps + 1.6 amps = 30.5 amps
If the new MCA does not exceed the published MOCP, then MOCP would not change. The
max voltage deviation from average voltage MOCP in this example is 35 amps, the MCA New is below 35, therefore the MOCP is accept-
= 100 x
average voltage able. If “MCA New” is larger than the published MOCP, raise the MOCP to the next larger
size. For separate power, the MOCP for the power exhaust will be 15 amps per NEC.
Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60.

AB = 452 v MOCP
POWER EXHAUST MCA MCA MCA (for separate
BC = 464 v PART NO. (230 v) (460 v) (575 v)
AC = 455 v power source)
CRPWREXH021A00 N/A 0.9 N/A 15
452 + 464 + 455
Average Voltage = CRPWREXH022A00 3.3 N/A 1.32 15
3
CRPWREXH023A00 N/A 1.8 N/A 15
1371 CRPWREXH024A00 1.6 N/A 0.64 15
=
3 CRPWREXH025A00 N/A 0.9 N/A 15
= 457 CRPWREXH026A00 3.3 N/A 1.32 15
Determine maximum deviation from average voltage. CRPWREXH027A00 N/A 1.8 N/A 15
(AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v CRPWREXH028A00 1.7 N/A 0.68 15
(BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v CRPWREXH029A00 N/A 1.0 N/A 15
(AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v
CRPWREXH030A00 1.6 N/A 0.64 15
Maximum deviation is 7 v.

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Table 4 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency ASHRAE 90.1 Compliant Cooling Only Units
(Without Convenience Outlet) (cont)
DISCONNECT
ELECTRIC HEAT POWER SUPPLY
UNIT NOMINAL IFM SIZE*
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE Nominal
FLA MCA MOCP† FLA LRA
kW
—/— —/— 32.4/32.4 40/40 31/31 180/180
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 32.4/32.4 40/40 31/31 180/180
STD 7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 33.9/38.1 35/40 31/35 180/180
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 48.2/54.6 50/60 44/50 180/180
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 61.2/69.6 70/70** 56/64 180/180
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 75.6/86.2 80/90** 70/79 180/180
208/230-3-60
—/— —/— 34.7/34.7 40/40 34/34 205/205
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 34.7/34.7 40/40 34/34 205/205
HIGH 7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 36.7/40.9 40/45 34/38 205/205
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 51.1/57.4 60/60 47/53 205/205
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 64.1/72.5 70/80** 59/67 205/205
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 78.4/89.1 80/90** 72/82 205/205
— — 15.4 20 15 90
6 Tons 6.0 7.2 15.4 20 15 90
STD 11.5 13.8 20.5 25 19 90
14.0 16.8 24.3 25 22 90
23.0 27.7 37.8 40 35 90
25.5 30.7 41.6 45 38 90
460-3-60
— — 16.2 20 16 103
6.0 7.2 16.2 20 16 103
HIGH 11.5 13.8 21.5 25 20 103
14.0 16.8 25.3 30 23 103
23.0 27.7 38.8 40 36 103
25.5 30.7 42.6 45 39 103
STD — — 11.4 15 12 75
575-3-60
HIGH — — 11.9 15 13 86
—/— —/— 40.1/ 40.1 45/ 45 42/ 42 229/229
7.8/10.4 21.7/25 40.1/ 40.1 45/ 45 42/ 42 229/229
STD 12/16 33.4/38.5 48.9/ 55.4 50/ 60 45/ 51 229/229
18.4/24.8 51.7/59.7 71.9/ 81.8 80/ 90** 66/ 75 229/229
24/32 66.7/77 90.6/103.5 100/110** 83/ 95 229/229
31.8/42.4 88.4/102 117.7/134.8 125/150** 108/124 229/229
—/— —/— 40.1/ 40.1 45/ 45 42/ 42 229/229
7.8/10.4 21.7/25 40.1/ 40.1 45/ 45 42/ 42 229/229
208/230-3-60 ALT 12/16 33.4/38.5 48.9/ 55.4 50/ 60 45/ 51 229/229
18.6/24.8 51.7/59.7 71.9/ 81.8 80/ 90** 66/ 75 229/229
24/32 66.7/77 90.6/103.5 100/110** 83/ 95 229/229
31.8/42.4 88.4/102 117.7/134.8 125/150** 108/124 229/229
—/— —/— 44.9/ 44.9 50/ 50 48/ 48 273/273
7.8/10.4 21.7/25 44.9/ 44.9 50/ 50 48/ 48 273/273
HIGH 12/16 33.4/38.5 54.9/ 61.4 60/ 70** 51/ 56 273/273
18.6/24.8 51.7/59.7 77.9/ 87.8 80/ 90** 72/ 81 273/273
24/32 66.7/77 96.6/109.5 100/110** 89/101 273/273
32.3/42.4 88.4/102 123.7/140.8 125/150** 114/129 273/273
— — 18.4 20 19 108
13.9 16.7 24.1 25 22 108
STD 16.5 19.8 28.1 30 26 108
27.8 33.4 45.0 50 41 108
71/2 Tons 33 39.7 52.9 60 49 108
41.7 50.2 65.9 70** 61 108
— — 18.4 20 19 108
13.9 16.7 24.1 25 22 108
460-3-60 ALT 16.5 19.8 28.1 30 26 108
27.8 33.4 45.0 50 41 108
33 39.7 52.9 60 49 108
41.7 50.2 65.9 70** 61 108
— — 20.6 25 22 130
13.9 16.7 26.9 30 25 130
HIGH 16.5 19.8 30.8 35 28 130
27.8 33.4 47.8 50 44 130
33 39.7 55.6 60 51 130
41.7 50.2 68.7 70** 63 110
— — 14.9 20 16 97
STD 17 17.1 23.9 25 22 97
34 34.1 45.3 40 42 97
— — 14.9 20 16 97
575-3-60 ALT 17 17.1 23.9 25 22 97
34 34.1 45.3 40 42 97
— — 16.7 20 18 114
HIGH 17 17.1 26.1 30 24 114
34 34.1 47.5 45 44 114

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Table 4 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency ASHRAE 90.1 Compliant Cooling Only Units
(Without Convenience Outlet) (cont)
DISCONNECT
ELECTRIC HEAT POWER SUPPLY
UNIT NOMINAL IFM SIZE*
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE Nominal
FLA MCA MOCP† FLA LRA
kW
—/— —/— 44.3/ 44.3 50/ 50 46/ 46 272/272
7.8/10.4 21.7/25 44.3/ 44.3 50/ 50 46/ 46 272/272
STD 12/16 33.4/38.5 48.9/ 55.4 50/ 60 46/ 51 272/272
18.6/24.8 51.7/59.7 71.9/ 81.8 80/ 90** 66/ 75 272/272
24/32 66.7/77 90.6/103.5 100/110** 83/ 95 272/272
31.8/42.4 88.4/102 117.7/134.8 125/150** 108/124 272/272
208/230-3-60
—/— —/— 49.1/ 49.1 60/ 60 52/ 52 316/316
7.8/10.4 21.7/25 49.1/ 49.1 60/ 60 52/ 52 316/316
HIGH 12/16 33.4/38.5 54.9/ 61.4 60/ 70** 52/ 56 316/316
18.6/24.8 51.7/59.7 77.9/ 87.8 80/ 90** 72/ 81 316/316
24/32 66.7/77 96.6/109.5 100/110** 89/101 316/316
31.8/42.4 88.4/102 123.7/140.8 125/150** 114/129 316/316
— — 21.0 25 22 149
13.9 16.7 24.1 25 22 149
STD 16.5 19.8 28.1 30 26 149
81/2 Tons 27.8 33.4 45.0 50 41 149
33 39.7 52.9 60 49 149
41.7 50.2 65.9 70** 61 149
460-3-60
— — 23.2 30 24 171
13.9 16.7 26.9 30 25 171
HIGH 16.5 19.8 30.8 35 28 171
27.8 33.4 47.8 50 44 171
33 39.7 55.6 60 51 171
41.7 50.2 68.7 70** 63 171
— — 16.7 20 17 109
STD 17 17.1 23.9 25 22 109
34 34.1 45.3 40 42 109
575-3-60
— — 18.5 25 19 126
HIGH 17 17.1 26.1 30 24 126
34 34.1 47.5 45 44 126
LEGEND Determine percent of voltage imbalance.
FLA — Full Load Amps 7
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and % Voltage Imbalance = 100 x
457
Refrigeration
IFM — Indoor (Evaporator) Fan Motor = 1.53%
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps maximum allowable 2%.
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection
NEC — National Electrical Code
IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than
*Used to determine minimum disconnect per NEC. 2%, contact your local electric utility company immediately.
†Fuse or HACR circuit breaker.
**Fuse only. 3. For units with power exhaust: If a single power source is to be used,
size wire to include power exhaust MCA and MOCP. Check MCA
NOTES: and MOCP when power exhaust is powered through the unit (must
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination be in accordance with NEC and/or local codes). Determine the new
load equipment (refer to NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent MCA including the power exhaust using the following formula:
protective device for the unit shall be fuse or HACR breaker. Canadian
units may be fuse or circuit breaker. MCA New = MCA unit only + MCA of Power Exhaust
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage For example, using a 5 ton unit with MCA = 28.9 and MOCP = 35,
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is with CRPWREXH030A00 power exhaust.
greater than 2%. Use the following formula to determine the percent MCA New = 28.9 amps + 1.6 amps = 30.5 amps
of voltage imbalance. If the new MCA does not exceed the published MOCP, then MOCP
% Voltage Imbalance would not change. The MOCP in this example is 35 amps, the MCA
max voltage deviation from average voltage New is below 35, therefore the MOCP is acceptable. If “MCA New”
= 100 x is larger than the published MOCP, raise the MOCP to the next
average voltage larger size. For separate power, the MOCP for the power exhaust
Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60. will be 15 amps per NEC.

AB = 452 v MOCP
POWER EXHAUST MCA MCA MCA
BC = 464 v (for separate
PART NO. (230 v) (460 v) (575 v)
AC = 455 v power source)
452 + 464 + 455 CRPWREXH021A00 N/A 0.9 N/A 15
Average Voltage =
3 CRPWREXH022A00 3.3 N/A 1.32 15
CRPWREXH023A00 N/A 1.8 N/A 15
1371
= CRPWREXH024A00 1.6 N/A 0.64 15
3
CRPWREXH025A00 N/A 0.9 N/A 15
= 457
CRPWREXH026A00 3.3 N/A 1.32 15
Determine maximum deviation from average voltage. CRPWREXH027A00 N/A 1.8 N/A 15
(AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v
(BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v CRPWREXH028A00 1.7 N/A 0.68 15
(AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v CRPWREXH029A00 N/A 1.0 N/A 15
Maximum deviation is 7 v. CRPWREXH030A00 1.6 N/A 0.64 15

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Table 4 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency ASHRAE 90.1 Compliant Cooling Only Units
(Without Convenience Outlet) (cont)
DISCONNECT
ELECTRIC HEAT POWER SUPPLY
UNIT NOMINAL IFM SIZE*
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE Nominal
FLA MCA MOCP† FLA LRA
kW
—/— —/— 44.6/ 44.6 50/ 50 47/ 47 297/297
7.8/10.4 21.7/25 44.6/ 44.6 50/ 50 47/ 47 297/297
STD 12/16 33.4/ 38.5 48.9/ 55.4 50/ 60 47/ 51 297/297
24/32 66.7/77 90.6/103.5 100/110** 83/ 95 297/297
31.8/42.4 88.4/102 117.7/134.8 125/150** 108/124 297/297
37.6/50 104.2/120.3 137.5/157.6 150/175** 127/145 297/297
—/— —/— 46.3/ 46.3 60/ 60 49/ 49 316/316
7.8/10.4 21.7/25 46.3/ 46.3 60/ 60 49/ 49 316/316
208/230-3-60 ALT 12/16 33.4/ 38.5 51.1/ 57.5 60/ 60 49/ 53 316/316
24/32 66.7/77 92.8/105.6 100/110** 85/ 97 316/316
31.8/42.4 88.4/102 119.9/136.9 125/150** 110/126 316/316
37.6/50 104.2/120.3 139.7/159.7 150/175** 128/147 316/316
—/— —/— 53.8/ 53.8 60/ 60 57/ 57 364/364
7.8/10.4 21.7/25 53.8/ 53.8 60/ 60 57/ 57 364/364
HIGH 12/16 33.4/ 38.5 60.4/ 66.9 70/ 80** 57/ 62 364/364
22.9/32 66.7/77 102.1/115.0 110/125** 94/106 364/364
31.8/42.4 88.4/102 129.2/146.3 150/150** 119/135 364/364
37.6/50 104.2/120.3 149.0/169.1 150/175** 137/156 364/364
— — 22.0 25 23 149
16.5 19.8 28.1 30 26 149
STD 27.8 33.4 45.0 40 41 149
33 39.7 52.9 60 49 149
41.7 50.2 65.9 70** 61 149
50 60.1 78.4 80** 72 149
10 Tons
— — 22.8 25 24 188
16.5 19.8 29.1 30 27 188
460-3-60 ALT 27.8 33.4 46.0 45 42 188
33 39.7 53.9 60 50 188
41.7 50.2 66.9 70** 62 188
50 60.1 79.4 80** 73 188
— — 26.8 30 29 182
16.5 19.8 34.1 40 31 182
HIGH 27.8 33.4 51.0 60 47 182
33 39.7 58.9 60 54 182
41.7 50.2 71.9 80** 66 182
50 60.1 84.4 90** 78 182
— — 17.4 20 18 119
STD 17 17.1 23.9 25 22 119
34 34.1 45.3 40 42 119
51 51.2 66.6 70** 61 119
— — 18.0 20 19 151
575-3-60 ALT 17 17.1 24.7 25 23 151
34 34.1 46.1 45 42 151
51 51.2 67.4 70** 62 151
— — 21.2 25 23 146
HIGH 17 17.1 28.7 35 26 146
34 34.1 50.1 50 46 146
51 51.2 71.4 80** 66 146
—/— —/— 56.2/ 56.2 70/ 70** 59/ 59 359/359
7.8/10.4 21.7/25 56.2/ 56.2 70/ 70** 59/ 59 359/359
STD 12/16 33.4/ 38.5 56.2/ 61.4 70/ 70** 59/ 59 359/359
24/32 66.7/77 96.6/109.5 100/110** 89/101 359/359
31.8/42.4 88.4/102 123.7/140.8 125/150** 114/129 359/359
37.6/50 104.2/120.3 143.5/163.6 150/175** 132/151 359/359
208/230-3-60
—/— —/— 60.6/ 60.6 70/ 70** 64/ 64 378/378
7.8/10.4 21.7/25 60.6/ 60.6 70/ 70** 64/ 64 378/378
ALT 12/16 33.4/ 38.5 60.6/ 66.9 70/ 80** 64/ 64 378/378
24/32 66.7/77 102.1/115.0 110/125** 94/106 378/378
31.8/42.4 88.4/102 129.2/146.3 150/150** 119/135 378/378
37.6/50 104.2/120.3 149.0/169.1 150/175** 137/156 378/378
— — 26.5 30 28 174
16.5 19.8 30.8 35 28 174
STD 27.8 33.4 47.8 45 44 174
33 39.7 55.6 60 51 174
121/2 Tons 41.7 50.2 68.7 70** 63 174
50 60.1 81.2 90** 75 174
460-3-60
— — 29.1 35 31 213
16.5 19.8 34.1 40 31 213
ALT 27.8 33.4 51.0 60 47 213
33 39.7 58.9 60 54 213
41.7 50.2 71.9 80** 66 213
50 60.1 84.4 90** 78 213
— — 21.6 25 23 127
STD 17 17.1 26.1 30 24 127
34 34.1 47.5 45 44 127
51 51.2 68.8 70** 63 127
575-3-60
— — 23.7 30 25 159
ALT 17 17.1 28.7 35 26 159
34 34.1 50.1 50 46 159
51 51.2 71.4 80** 66 159

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Table 5 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency ASHRAE 90.1 Compliant Cooling Only Units
(With Convenience Outlet)
DISCONNECT
ELECTRIC HEAT POWER SUPPLY
UNIT NOMINAL IFM SIZE*
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE Nominal
FLA MCA MOCP† FLA LRA
kW
—/— —/— 31.2/31.2 35/35 30/30 111/111
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 31.2/32.3 35/35 30/31 111/111
4.9/ 6.5 23.5/27.1 38.7/43.2 40/45 37/41 111/111
STD
6.4/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 48.6/54.7 50/60 46/51 111/111
7.9/10.5 37.9/43.8 56.8/64.1 60/70** 53/60 111/111
9.8/13.0 46.9/54.2 68.0/77.1 70/80** 64/72 111/111
208/230-1-60
—/— —/— 32.6/32.6 40/40 31/31 116/116
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 32.6/34.0 40/40 31/32 116/116
4.9/ 6.5 23.5/27.1 40.5/45.0 45/45 38/42 116/116
ALT
6.5/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 50.4/56.4 60/60 47/53 116/116
7.9/10.5 37.9/43.8 58.5/65.8 60/70** 55/61 116/116
9.8/13.0 46.9/54.2 69.8/78.8 70/80** 65/73 116/116
—/— —/— 22.5/22.5 30/30 23/23 90/ 90
3.3/ 4.4 9.2/10.6 22.5/23.0 30/30 23/23 90/ 90
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 27.3/29.4 30/30 25/28 90/ 90
STD
6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 33.1/36.0 35/40 30/34 90/ 90
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 37.7/42.0 40/45 35/39 90/ 90
12.2/16.0 33.4/38.4 52.1/57.9 60/60 48/54 90/ 90
—/— —/— 23.9/23.9 30/30 25/25 95/ 95
3.3/ 4.4 9.2/10.6 23.9/24.8 30/30 25/25 95/ 95
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 29.1/31.1 30/35 27/29 95/ 95
208/230-3-60 ALT
6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 34.8/37.7 35/40 32/35 95/ 95
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 39.5/43.7 40/45 36/40 95/ 95
12.3/16.0 33.4/38.4 53.8/59.6 60/60 50/55 95/ 95
3 Tons —/— —/— 24.2/24.2 30/30 25/25 114/114
3.3/ 4.4 9.2/10.6 24.2/25.2 30/30 25/25 114/114
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 29.5/31.5 35/35 27/29 114/114
HIGH
6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 35.2/38.1 40/40 32/36 114/114
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 39.9/44.1 40/45 37/41 114/114
12.3/16.0 33.4/38.4 54.2/60.0 60/60 50/56 114/114
— — 9.8 15 10 47
6.0 7.2 13.4 15 12 47
STD 8.8 10.6 17.6 20 16 47
11.5 13.8 21.6 25 20 47
14.0 16.8 25.4 30 23 47
— — 10.6 15 11 50
6.0 7.2 14.4 15 13 50
460-3-60 ALT 8.8 10.6 18.6 20 17 50
11.5 13.8 22.6 25 21 50
14.0 16.8 26.4 30 24 50
— — 11.1 15 11 59
6.0 7.2 15.0 20 14 59
HIGH 8.8 10.6 19.2 20 18 59
11.5 13.8 23.3 25 21 59
14.0 16.8 27.0 30 25 59
STD — — 7.2 15 8 36
575-3-60 ALT — — 7.7 15 9 39
HIGH — — 8.0 15 9 58

LEGEND Determine percent of voltage imbalance.


FLA — Full Load Amps 7
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration % Voltage Imbalance = 100 x
457
IFM — Indoor (Evaporator) Fan Motor
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps = 1.53%
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum allowable 2%.
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection
NEC — National Electrical Code
IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2%, contact your local
electric utility company immediately.
*Used to determine minimum disconnect per NEC.
†Fuse or HACR circuit breaker.
**Fuse only. 3. For units with power exhaust: If a single power source is to be used, size wire to include
power exhaust MCA and MOCP. Check MCA and MOCP when power exhaust is powered
NOTES: through the unit (must be in accordance with NEC and/or local codes). Determine the new
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load equipment (refer to MCA including the power exhaust using the following formula:
NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent protective device for the unit shall be fuse or HACR MCA New = MCA unit only + MCA of Power Exhaust
breaker. Canadian units may be fuse or circuit breaker.
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage For example, using a 5 ton unit with MCA = 28.9 and MOCP = 35, with CRPWREXH030A00
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is greater than 2%. Use the power exhaust.
following formula to determine the percent of voltage imbalance. MCA New = 28.9 amps + 1.6 amps = 30.5 amps
% Voltage Imbalance If the new MCA does not exceed the published MOCP, then MOCP would not change. The
MOCP in this example is 35 amps, the MCA New is below 35, therefore the MOCP is accept-
max voltage deviation from average voltage able. If “MCA New” is larger than the published MOCP, raise the MOCP to the next larger
= 100 x
average voltage size. For separate power, the MOCP for the power exhaust will be 15 amps per NEC.
Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60.
MOCP
POWER EXHAUST MCA MCA MCA
AB = 452 v (for separate
PART NO. (230 v) (460 v) (575 v)
BC = 464 v power source)
AC = 455 v CRPWREXH021A00 N/A 0.9 N/A 15
452 + 464 + 455 CRPWREXH022A00 3.3 N/A 1.32 15
Average Voltage = CRPWREXH023A00 N/A 1.8 N/A 15
3
CRPWREXH024A00 1.6 N/A 0.64 15
1371 CRPWREXH025A00 N/A 0.9 N/A 15
=
3 CRPWREXH026A00 3.3 N/A 1.32 15
= 457 CRPWREXH027A00 N/A 1.8 N/A 15
Determine maximum deviation from average voltage. CRPWREXH028A00 1.7 N/A 0.68 15
(AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v CRPWREXH029A00 N/A 1.0 N/A 15
(BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v
(AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v CRPWREXH030A00 1.6 N/A 0.64 15
Maximum deviation is 7 v.

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Table 5 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency ASHRAE 90.1 Compliant Cooling Only Units
(With Convenience Outlet) (cont)
DISCONNECT
ELECTRIC HEAT POWER SUPPLY
UNIT NOMINAL IFM SIZE*
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE Nominal
FLA MCA MOCP† FLA LRA
kW
—/— —/— 40.0/ 40.0 45/ 45 38/ 38 134/134
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 40.0/ 40.0 45/ 45 38/ 38 134/134
6.5/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 48.6/ 54.7 50/ 60 46/ 51 134/134
STD
9.3/13.0 46.9/54.2 68.0/ 77.1 70/ 80** 64/ 72 134/134
13.1/17.4 62.8/72.5 87.9/100.0 90/100** 82/ 93 134/134
15.8/21.0 75.8/87.5 104.2/118.8 110/125** 97/110 134/134
208/230-1-60
—/— —/— 41.4/ 41.4 50/ 50 40/ 40 138/138
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 41.4/ 41.4 50/ 50 40/ 40 138/138
6.5/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 50.4/ 56.4 60/ 60 47/ 53 138/138
ALT
9.3/13.0 46.9/54.2 69.8/ 78.8 70/ 80** 65/ 73 138/138
13.1/17.4 62.8/72.5 89.7/101.8 90/110** 83/ 95 138/138
15.8/21.0 75.8/87.5 105.9/120.5 110/125** 98/112 138/138
—/— —/— 29.0/ 29.0 35/ 35 29/ 29 106/106
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 29.0/ 29.4 35 35 29/ 29 106/106
STD 6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 33.1/ 36.0 35/ 40 30/ 34 106/106
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 52.1/ 57.9 60/ 60 48/ 54 106/106
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 65.1/ 73.5 70/ 80** 60/ 68 106/106
—/— —/— 30.4/ 30.4 35/ 35 30/ 30 110/110
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 30.4/ 31.1 35/ 35 30/ 30 110/110
208/230-3-60 ALT 6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 34.8/ 37.7 35/ 40 32/ 35 110/110
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 53.8/ 59.6 60/ 60 50/ 55 110/110
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 66.9/ 75.3 70/ 80** 62/ 69 110/110
4 Tons —/— —/— 30.7/ 30.7 35/ 35 31/ 31 129/129
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 30.7/ 31.5 35/ 35 31/ 31 129/129
HIGH 6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 35.2/ 38.1 40/ 40 32 /36 129/129
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 54.2/ 60.0 60/ 60 50/ 56 129/129
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 67.2/ 75.7 70/ 80** 62/ 70 129/129
— — 15.2 20 15 53
6.0 7.2 15.2 20 15 53
STD 11.5 13.8 22.3 25 20 53
14.0 16.8 26.0 30 24 53
23.0 27.7 39.6 40 36 53
— — 15.5 20 15 55
6.0 7.2 15.5 20 15 55
460-3-60 ALT 11.5 13.8 22.6 25 21 55
14.0 16.8 26.4 30 24 55
23.0 27.7 39.9 40 37 55
— — 16.0 20 16 64
6.0 7.2 16.0 20 16 64
HIGH 11.5 13.8 23.3 25 21 64
14.0 16.8 27.0 30 25 64
23.0 27.7 40.6 45 37 64
STD — — 10.9 15 12 42
575-3-60 ALT — — 11.1 15 12 44
HIGH — — 11.4 15 12 51
—/— —/— 49.3/ 49.3 60/ 60 47/ 47 166/166
4.9/ 6.5 23.5/27.1 49.3/ 49.3 60/ 60 47/ 47 166/166
6.5/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 51.6/ 57.7 60/ 60 48/ 54 166/166
STD
9.8/13.0 46.9/54.2 71.0/ 80.1 80/ 90** 66/ 75 166/166
13.1/17.4 62.8/72.5 90.9/103.0 100/110** 85/ 96 166/166
15.8/21.0 75.8/87.5 107.2/121.8 110/125** 100/113 166/166
208/230-1-60
—/— —/— 50.0/ 50.0 60/ 60 48/ 48 188/188
4.9/ 6.5 23.5/27.1 50.0/ 50.0 60/ 60 48/ 48 188/188
6.5/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 52.5/ 58.6 60/ 60 49/ 55 188/188
ALT
9.8/13.0 46.9/54.2 71.9/ 81.0 80/ 90** 67/ 75 188/188
13.1/17.4 62.8/72.5 91.8/103.9 100/110** 85/ 96 188/188
15.8/21.0 75.8/87.5 108.0/122.6 110/125** 100/114 188/188
—/— —/— 32.1/ 32.1 40/ 40 32/ 32 133/133
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 32.1/ 32.4 40/ 40 32/ 32 133/133
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 40.7/ 44.4 45/ 45 37/ 41 133/133
STD
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 55.1/ 60.9 60/ 70** 51/ 57 133/133
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 68.1/ 76.5 70/ 80** 63/ 70 133/133
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 82.4/ 92.5 90/100** 76/ 86 133/133
—/— —/— 31.4/ 31.4 40/ 40 32/ 32 153/153
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 31.4/ 31.5 40/ 40 32/ 32 153/153
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 39.9/ 43.5 40/ 45 37/ 41 153/153
208/230-3-60 ALT
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 54.2/ 60.0 60/ 60 50/ 56 153/153
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 67.2/ 75.7 70/ 80** 62/ 70 153/153
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 81.6/ 91.6 90/100** 75/ 85 153/153
—/— —/— 33.7/ 33.7 40/ 40 34/ 34 179/179
5 Tons 4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 33.7/ 34.4 40/ 40 34/ 34 179/179
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 42.7/ 46.4 45/ 50 39/4 3 179/179
HIGH
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 57.1/ 62.9 60/ 70** 53/ 58 179/179
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 70.1/ 78.5 80/ 80** 65/ 72 179/179
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 84.4/ 94.5 90/100** 78/ 87 179/179
— — 15.3 20 15 74
6.0 7.2 15.6 20 15 74
11.5 13.8 23.9 25 22 74
STD
14.0 16.8 27.6 30 25 74
23.0 27.7 41.2 45 38 74
25.0 30.1 44.2 45 41 74
— — 15.6 20 16 83
6.0 7.2 16.0 20 16 83
11.5 13.8 24.3 25 22 83
460-3-60 ALT
14.0 16.8 28.0 30 26 83
23.0 27.7 41.6 45 38 83
25.0 30.1 44.6 45 41 83
— — 15.6 20 16 96
6.0 7.2 16.0 20 16 96
11.5 13.8 24.3 25 22 96
HIGH
14.0 16.8 28.0 30 26 96
23.0 27.7 41.6 45 38 96
25.0 30.1 44.6 45 41 96
STD — — 11.5 15 13 60
575-3-60 ALT — — 11.7 15 13 67
HIGH — — 11.7 15 13 77

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Table 5 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency ASHRAE 90.1 Compliant Cooling Only Units
(With Convenience Outlet) (cont)
DISCONNECT
ELECTRIC HEAT POWER SUPPLY
UNIT NOMINAL IFM SIZE*
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE Nominal
FLA MCA MOCP† FLA LRA
kW
—/— —/— 37.2/37.2 45/ 45 37/37 184/184
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 37.2/37.2 45/ 45 37/37 184/184
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 37.2/38.1 40/ 45 37/41 184/184
STD
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 54.2/60.0 60/ 60 50/56 184/184
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 67.2/75.7 70/ 80** 62/70 184/184
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 81.6/91.6 90/100** 75/85 184/184
208/230-3-60
—/— —/— 39.5/39.5 45/ 45 39/39 210/210
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 39.5/39.5 45/ 45 39/39 210/210
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 39.5/40.9 45/ 50 39/43 210/210
HIGH
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 57.1/62.9 60/ 70** 53/58 210/210
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 70.1/78.5 80/ 80** 65/72 210/210
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 84.4/94.5 90/100** 78/87 210/210
— — 17.6 20 17 92
6 Tons 6.0 7.2 17.6 20 17 92
11.5 13.8 20.5 25 21 92
STD
14.0 16.8 27.0 30 25 92
23.0 27.7 40.6 45 37 92
25.5 30.7 44.3 45 41 92
460-3-60
— — 18.4 25 18 105
6.0 7.2 18.4 25 18 105
11.5 13.8 21.5 25 22 105
HIGH
14.0 16.8 28.0 30 26 105
23.0 27.7 41.6 45 38 105
25.5 30.7 45.3 50 42 105
STD — — 13.1 20 14 77
575-3-60
HIGH — — 13.7 20 15 87

LEGEND Determine percent of voltage imbalance.


FLA — Full Load Amps 7
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration % Voltage Imbalance = 100 x
457
IFM — Indoor (Evaporator) Fan Motor
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps = 1.53%
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum allowable 2%.
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection
NEC — National Electrical Code
IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2%, contact your local
electric utility company immediately.
*Used to determine minimum disconnect per NEC.
†Fuse or HACR circuit breaker.
**Fuse only. 3. For units with power exhaust: If a single power source is to be used, size wire to include
power exhaust MCA and MOCP. Check MCA and MOCP when power exhaust is powered
NOTES: through the unit (must be in accordance with NEC and/or local codes). Determine the new
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load equipment (refer to MCA including the power exhaust using the following formula:
NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent protective device for the unit shall be fuse or HACR MCA New = MCA unit only + MCA of Power Exhaust
breaker. Canadian units may be fuse or circuit breaker.
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage For example, using a 5 ton unit with MCA = 28.9 and MOCP = 35, with CRPWREXH030A00
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is greater than 2%. Use the power exhaust.
following formula to determine the percent of voltage imbalance. MCA New = 28.9 amps + 1.6 amps = 30.5 amps
% Voltage Imbalance If the new MCA does not exceed the published MOCP, then MOCP would not change. The
MOCP in this example is 35 amps, the MCA New is below 35, therefore the MOCP is accept-
max voltage deviation from average voltage able. If “MCA New” is larger than the published MOCP, raise the MOCP to the next larger
= 100 x
average voltage size. For separate power, the MOCP for the power exhaust will be 15 amps per NEC.
Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60.
MOCP
POWER EXHAUST MCA MCA MCA
AB = 452 v (for separate
PART NO. (230 v) (460 v) (575 v)
BC = 464 v power source)
AC = 455 v CRPWREXH021A00 N/A 0.9 N/A 15
452 + 464 + 455 CRPWREXH022A00 3.3 N/A 1.32 15
Average Voltage = CRPWREXH023A00 N/A 1.8 N/A 15
3
CRPWREXH024A00 1.6 N/A 0.64 15
1371 CRPWREXH025A00 N/A 0.9 N/A 15
=
3 CRPWREXH026A00 3.3 N/A 1.32 15
= 457 CRPWREXH027A00 N/A 1.8 N/A 15
Determine maximum deviation from average voltage. CRPWREXH028A00 1.7 N/A 0.68 15
(AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v CRPWREXH029A00 N/A 1.0 N/A 15
(BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v
(AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v CRPWREXH030A00 1.6 N/A 0.64 15
Maximum deviation is 7 v.

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Table 5 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency ASHRAE 90.1 Compliant Cooling Only Units
(With Convenience Outlet) (cont)
DISCONNECT
ELECTRIC HEAT POWER SUPPLY
UNIT NOMINAL IFM SIZE*
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE Nominal FLA MCA MOCP† FLA LRA
kW
—/— —/— 44.9/ 44.9 50/ 50 48/ 48 234/234
7.8/10.4 21.7/25 44.9/ 44.9 50/ 50 48/ 48 234/234
STD 12/16 33.4/38.5 55.0/ 60.8 60/ 60 51/ 56 234/234
18.4/24.8 51.7/59.7 77.9/ 87.3 80/ 90** 72/ 81 234/234
24/32 66.7/77 96.6/108.9 100/110** 89/101 234/234
31.8/42.4 88.4/102 123.7/140.2 125/150** 114/130 234/234
—/— —/— 44.9/ 44.9 50/ 50 48/ 48 234/234
7.8/10.4 21.7/25 44.9/ 44.9 50/ 50 48/ 48 234/234
12/16 33.4/38.5 55.0/ 60.8 60/ 60 51/ 56 234/234
208/230-3-60 ALT
18.6/24.8 51.7/59.7 77.9/ 87.3 80/ 90** 72/ 81 234/234
24/32 66.7/77 96.6/108.9 100/110** 89/101 234/234
31.8/42.4 88.4/102 123.7/140.2 125/150** 114/130 234/234
—/— —/— 49.7/ 49.7 60/ 60 53/ 53 277/277
7.8/10.4 21.7/25 49.7/ 50.0 60/ 60 53/ 53 277/277
12/16 33.4/38.5 61.0/ 66.8 70/ 70** 56/ 61 277/277
HIGH
18.6/24.8 51.7/59.7 83.9/ 93.3 90/100** 77/ 86 277/277
24/32 66.7/77 102.6/114.9 110/125** 94/106 277/277
32.3/42.4 88.4/102 129.7/146.2 150/150** 119/135 277/277
— — 20.6 25 22 110
13.9 16.7 26.9 25 25 110
16.5 19.8 28.1 30 28 110
STD 27.8 33.4 47.8 50 44 110
71/2 Tons 33 39.7 55.6 60 51 110
41.7 50.2 68.7 70** 63 110
— — 20.6 25 22 110
13.9 16.7 26.9 25 25 110
16.5 19.8 28.1 30 28 110
460-3-60 ALT
27.8 33.4 47.8 50 44 110
33 39.7 55.6 60 51 110
41.7 50.2 68.7 70** 63 110
— — 22.8 25 24 132
13.9 16.7 29.6 30 27 132
16.5 19.8 30.8 35 31 132
HIGH
27.8 33.4 50.5 60 46 132
33 39.7 58.3 60 54 132
41.7 50.2 71.4 80** 66 132
— — 16.6 20 18 99
STD 17 17.1 26.1 25 24 99
34 34.1 47.4 45 44 99
— — 16.6 20 18 99
575-3-60 ALT 17 17.1 26.1 25 24 99
34 34.1 47.4 45 44 99
— — 18.4 20 20 116
HIGH 17 17.1 28.3 30 26 116
34 34.1 49.6 45 46 116
—/— —/— 49.1/ 49.1 60/ 60 52/ 52 277/277
7.8/10.4 21.7/25 49.1/ 49.1 60/ 60 52/ 52 277/277
STD 12/16 33.4/38.5 55.0/ 60.8 60/ 60 52/ 56 277/277
18.6/24.8 51.7/59.7 77.9/ 87.3 80/ 90** 72/ 81 277/277
24/32 66.7/77 96.6/108.9 100/110** 89/101 277/277
31.8/42.4 88.4/102 123.7/140.2 125/150** 114/130 277/277
208/230-3-60
—/— —/— 53.9/ 53.9 60/ 60 57/ 57 320/320
7.8/10.4 21.7/25 53.9/ 53.9 60/ 60 57/ 57 320/320
HIGH 12/16 33.4/38.5 61.0/ 66.8 70/ 70** 57/ 61 320/320
18.6/24.8 51.7/59.7 83.9/ 93.3 90/100** 77/ 86 320/320
24/32 66.7/77 102.6/114.9 110/125** 94/106 320/320
31.8/42.4 88.4/102 129.7/146.2 150/150** 119/135 320/320
— — 23.2 30 24 151
13.9 16.7 26.9 30 25 151
16.5 19.8 28.1 30 28 151
81/2 Tons STD
27.8 33.4 47.8 50 44 151
33 39.7 55.6 60 51 151
41.7 50.2 68.7 70** 63 151
460-3-60
— — 25.4 30 27 173
13.9 16.7 29.6 30 27 173
HIGH 16.5 19.8 30.8 35 31 173
27.8 33.4 50.5 60 46 173
33 39.7 58.3 60 54 173
41.7 50.2 71.4 80** 66 173
— — 18.4 25 19 111
STD 17 17.1 26.1 25 24 111
34 34.1 47.4 45 44 111
575-3-60
— — 20.2 25 21 128
HIGH 17 17.1 28.3 30 26 128
34 34.1 49.6 45 46 128

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Table 5 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency ASHRAE 90.1 Compliant Cooling Only Units
(With Convenience Outlet) (cont)
DISCONNECT
ELECTRIC HEAT POWER SUPPLY
UNIT NOMINAL IFM SIZE*
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE Nominal
FLA MCA MOCP† FLA LRA
kW
—/— —/— 49.4/ 49.4 60/ 60 52/ 52 302/302
7.8/10.4 21.7/25 49.4/ 49.4 60/ 60 52/ 52 302/302
12/16 33.4/38.5 55.0/ 60.8 60/ 60 52/ 56 302/302
STD
24/32 66.7/77 96.6/108.9 100/110** 89/101 302/302
31.8/42.4 88.4/102 123.7/140.2 125/150** 114/130 302/302
37.6/50 104.2/120.3 143.6/163.0 150/175** 132/151 302/302
—/— —/— 51.1/ 51.1 60/ 60 54/ 54 321/321
7.8/10.4 21.7/25 51.1/ 51.1 60/ 60 54/ 54 321/321
12/16 33.4/38.5 57.1/ 62.9 60/ 60 54/ 58 321/321
208/230-3-60 ALT
24/32 66.7/77 98.8/111.0 100/125** 91/103 321/321
31.8/42.4 88.4/102 125.9/142.3 150/150** 116/131 321/321
37.6/50 104.2/120.3 145.7/165.2 150/175** 134/152 321/321
—/— —/— 58.6/ 68.6 70/ 70** 63/ 63 369/369
7.8/10.4 21.7/25 58.6/ 58.6 70/ 70** 63/ 63 369/369
12/16 33.4/38.5 66.5/ 72.3 80/ 80** 63/ 67 369/369
HIGH
22.9/32 66.7/77 108.1/120.4 110/125** 99/111 369/369
31.8/42.4 88.4/102 135.2/151.7 150/175** 124/140 369/369
37.6/50 104.2/120.3 155.1/174.5 175/175** 143/161 369/369
— — 24.2 30 26 151
16.5 19.8 30.8 30 28 151
27.8 33.4 45.0 40 44 151
STD
33 39.7 55.6 60 51 151
41.7 50.2 68.7 70** 63 151
50 60.1 81.1 90** 75 151
10 Tons — — 25.0 30 26 190
16.5 19.8 31.8 30 29 190
27.8 33.4 46.0 45 45 190
460-3-60 ALT
33 39.7 56.6 60 52 190
41.7 50.2 69.7 70** 64 190
50 60.1 82.1 90** 76 190
— — 29.0 35 31 184
16.5 19.8 36.8 40 34 184
HIGH 27.8 33.4 51.0 60 49 184
33 39.7 61.6 70** 57 184
41.7 50.2 74.7 80** 69 184
50 60.1 87.1 90** 80 184
— — 19.1 25 20 121
17 17.1 26.1 25 24 121
STD
34 34.1 47.4 45 44 121
51 51.2 68.8 70** 63 121
— — 19.7 25 21 152
17 17.1 26.9 25 25 152
575-3-60 ALT
34 34.1 48.2 45 44 152
51 51.2 69.6 70** 64 152
— — 22.9 25 25 148
17 17.1 30.9 35 28 148
HIGH
34 34.1 52.2 50 48 148
51 51.2 73.6 80** 68 148

LEGEND Determine percent of voltage imbalance.


FLA — Full Load Amps 7
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration % Voltage Imbalance = 100 x
457
IFM — Indoor (Evaporator) Fan Motor
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps = 1.53%
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum allowable 2%.
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection
NEC — National Electrical Code
OFM — Outdoor (Condenser) Fan Motor IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2%, contact your local
RLA — Rated Load Amps electric utility company immediately.

*Used to determine minimum disconnect per NEC. 3. For units with power exhaust: If a single power source is to be used, size wire to include
†Fuse or HACR circuit breaker. power exhaust MCA and MOCP. Check MCA and MOCP when power exhaust is powered
**Fuse only. through the unit (must be in accordance with NEC and/or local codes). Determine the new
MCA including the power exhaust using the following formula:
NOTES: MCA New = MCA unit only + MCA of Power Exhaust
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load equipment (refer to
NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent protective device for the unit shall be fuse or HACR For example, using a 5 ton unit with MCA = 28.9 and MOCP = 35, with CRPWREXH030A00
breaker. Canadian units may be fuse or circuit breaker. power exhaust.
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage MCA New = 28.9 amps + 1.6 amps = 30.5 amps
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is greater than 2%. Use the If the new MCA does not exceed the published MOCP, then MOCP would not change. The
following formula to determine the percent of voltage imbalance. MOCP in this example is 35 amps, the MCA New is below 35, therefore the MOCP is accept-
% Voltage Imbalance able. If “MCA New” is larger than the published MOCP, raise the MOCP to the next larger
size. For separate power, the MOCP for the power exhaust will be 15 amps per NEC.
max voltage deviation from average voltage
= 100 x
average voltage
MOCP
POWER EXHAUST MCA MCA MCA
Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60. (for separate
PART NO. (230 v) (460 v) (575 v) power source)
AB = 452 v CRPWREXH021A00 N/A 0.9 N/A 15
BC = 464 v CRPWREXH022A00 3.3 N/A 1.32 15
AC = 455 v
CRPWREXH023A00 N/A 1.8 N/A 15
452 + 464 + 455 CRPWREXH024A00 1.6 N/A 0.64 15
Average Voltage =
3 CRPWREXH025A00 N/A 0.9 N/A 15
1371 CRPWREXH026A00 3.3 N/A 1.32 15
=
3 CRPWREXH027A00 N/A 1.8 N/A 15
CRPWREXH028A00 1.7 N/A 0.68 15
= 457
CRPWREXH029A00 N/A 1.0 N/A 15
Determine maximum deviation from average voltage.
(AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v CRPWREXH030A00 1.6 N/A 0.64 15
(BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v
(AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v
Maximum deviation is 7 v.

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Table 5 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency ASHRAE 90.1 Compliant Cooling Only Units
(With Convenience Outlet) (cont)
DISCONNECT
ELECTRIC HEAT POWER SUPPLY
UNIT NOMINAL IFM SIZE*
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE Nominal
FLA MCA MOCP† FLA LRA
kW
—/— —/— 61.0/ 61.0 70/ 70** 65/ 65 364/364
7.8/10.4 21.7/25 61.0/ 61.0 70/ 70** 65/ 65 364/364
12/16 33.4/38.5 61.0/ 66.8 70/ 70** 65/ 65 364/364
STD
24/32 66.7/77 102.6/114.9 110/125** 94/106 364/364
31.8/42.4 88.4/102 129.7/146.2 150/150** 119/135 364/364
37.6/50 104.2/120.3 149.6/169.0 150/175** 138/156 364/364
208/230-3-60
—/— —/— 65.4/ 65.4 80/ 80** 70/ 70 383/383
7.8/10.4 21.7/25 65.4/ 65.4 80/ 80** 70/ 70 383/383
12/16 33.4/38.5 66.5/ 72.3 80/ 80** 70/ 70 383/383
ALT
24/32 66.7/77 108.1/120.4 110/125** 99/111 383/383
31.8/42.4 88.4/102 135.2/151.7 150/175** 124/140 383/383
37.6/50 104.2/120.3 155.1/174.5 175/175** 143/161 383/383
— — 28.7 35 30 176
16.5 19.8 33.5 35 31 176
27.8 33.4 47.8 45 46 176
STD
33 39.7 58.3 60 54 176
121/2 Tons 41.7 50.2 71.4 80** 66 176
50 60.1 83.9 90** 77 176
460-3-60
— — 31.3 35 33 215
16.5 19.8 36.8 40 34 215
27.8 33.4 51.0 60 49 215
ALT
33 39.7 61.6 70** 57 215
41.7 50.2 74.7 80** 69 215
50 60.1 87.1 90** 80 215
— — 23.3 30 25 129
17 17.1 28.3 30 26 129
STD
34 34.1 49.6 45 46 129
51 51.2 71.0 80** 65 129
575-3-60
— — 25.4 30 27 160
17 17.1 30.9 35 28 160
ALT
34 34.1 52.2 50 48 160
51 51.2 73.6 80** 68 160

LEGEND Determine percent of voltage imbalance.


FLA — Full Load Amps 7
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration % Voltage Imbalance = 100 x
457
IFM — Indoor (Evaporator) Fan Motor
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps = 1.53%
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum allowable 2%.
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection
NEC — National Electrical Code
OFM — Outdoor (Condenser) Fan Motor IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2%, contact your local
RLA — Rated Load Amps electric utility company immediately.

*Used to determine minimum disconnect per NEC. 3. For units with power exhaust: If a single power source is to be used, size wire to include
†Fuse or HACR circuit breaker. power exhaust MCA and MOCP. Check MCA and MOCP when power exhaust is powered
**Fuse only. through the unit (must be in accordance with NEC and/or local codes). Determine the new
NOTES: MCA including the power exhaust using the following formula:
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load equipment (refer to MCA New = MCA unit only + MCA of Power Exhaust
NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent protective device for the unit shall be fuse or HACR For example, using a 5 ton unit with MCA = 28.9 and MOCP = 35, with CRPWREXH030A00
breaker. Canadian units may be fuse or circuit breaker. power exhaust.
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is greater than 2%. Use the MCA New = 28.9 amps + 1.6 amps = 30.5 amps
following formula to determine the percent of voltage imbalance. If the new MCA does not exceed the published MOCP, then MOCP would not change. The
MOCP in this example is 35 amps, the MCA New is below 35, therefore the MOCP is accept-
% Voltage Imbalance able. If “MCA New” is larger than the published MOCP, raise the MOCP to the next larger
max voltage deviation from average voltage size. For separate power, the MOCP for the power exhaust will be 15 amps per NEC.
= 100 x
average voltage
MOCP
Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60. POWER EXHAUST MCA MCA MCA
(for separate
PART NO. (230 v) (460 v) (575 v)
power source)
AB = 452 v CRPWREXH021A00 N/A 0.9 N/A 15
BC = 464 v
AC = 455 v CRPWREXH022A00 3.3 N/A 1.32 15
452 + 464 + 455 CRPWREXH023A00 N/A 1.8 N/A 15
Average Voltage = CRPWREXH024A00 1.6 N/A 0.64 15
3
CRPWREXH025A00 N/A 0.9 N/A 15
1371 CRPWREXH026A00 3.3 N/A 1.32 15
=
3 CRPWREXH027A00 N/A 1.8 N/A 15
= 457 CRPWREXH028A00 1.7 N/A 0.68 15
Determine maximum deviation from average voltage. CRPWREXH029A00 N/A 1.0 N/A 15
(AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v CRPWREXH030A00 1.6 N/A 0.64 15
(BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v
(AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v
Maximum deviation is 7 v.

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Table 6 — Electric Heating Usage — Standard-Efficiency ASHRAE 90.1 Compliant Cooling Only Units
UNIT VOLTAGE ACCESSORY ACCESSORY HEATER SINGLE POINT BOX
SIZE (60 Hz) kW PART NUMBER CRHEATER - - - A00 PACKAGE NO. CRSINGLE---A00
3.3/ 4.0/ 4.4 001 —
208/230/240 4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
(single phase) 6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 —†
7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 —
9.8/11.6/13.0* 002+002 004
3.3/ 4.0/ 4.4 001 —
3 Tons 208/230/240 4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
(3 phase) 6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 —
7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 —
12.0/14.7/16.0 005 —
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
460/480 8.1/ 8.8 007 —
(3 phase) 10.6/11.5 008 —
12.9/14.0 009 —
3.3/ 4.0/ 4.4 001 —
208/230/240 6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 —
(single phase) 9.8/11.6/13.0* 002+002 004
13.1/16.0/17.4* 003+003 004
16.0/19.3/21.0* 004+004 004
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
4 Tons 208/230/240 6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 —
(3 phase) 12.0/14.7/16.0 005 —
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004+004 002
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
460/480 10.6/11.5 008 —
(3 phase) 12.9/14.0 009 —
21.1/23.0* 008+008 —
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
208/230/240 6.6/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 —
(single phase) 9.8/11.6/13.0* 002+002 004
13.1/16.0/17.4* 003+003 004
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004+004 004
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
208/230/240 7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 —
5 Tons (3 phase) 12.0/14.7/16.0 005 —**
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004+004 002
19.9/24.3/26.5* 004+005 002**
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
460/480 10.6/11.5 008 —
(3 phase) 12.9/14.0 009 —
21.1/23.0* 008+008 —
23.4/25.5* 008+009 —
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
208/230/240 7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 —
(3 phase) 12.0/14.7/16.0 005 —
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004+004 002**
19.9/24.3/26.5* 004+005 002**
6 Tons
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
460/480 10.6/11.5 008 —
(3 phase) 12.9/14.0 009 —
21.1/23.0* 008+008 —
23.4/25.5* 008+009 —
7.8/ 9.6/10.4 017 006
208/230/240 12.0/14.7/16.0 010 006
(3 phase) 18.6/22.8/24.8 011 007
24.0/29.4/32.0 012 007
31.8/39.0/42.4 012+017 009
71/2 Tons 12.8/13.9 016 006
460/480 15.2/16.5 013 006
(3 phase) 25.6/27.8 014 006
30.4/33.0 015 006
38.4/41.7 014+016 008
575 17.0 018 006
(3 phase) 34.0 019 006
7.8/ 9.6/10.4 017 006
208/230/240 12.0/14.7/16.0 010 006
(3 phase) 18.6/22.8/24.8 011 007
24.0/29.4/32.0 012 007
31.8/39.0/42.4 012+017 009
81/2 Tons 12.8/13.9 016 006
460/480 15.2/16.5 013 006
(3 phase) 25.6/27.8 014 006
30.4/33.0 015 006
38.4/41.7 014+016 008
575 17.0 018 006
(3 phase) 34.0 019 006
7.8/ 9.6/10.4 017 011
208/230/240 12.0/14.7/16.0 010 012
(3 phase) 24.0/29.4/32.0 012 012
31.8/38.9/42.4 012+017 015
37.5/46.0/50.0 010+012 015
12.8/13.9 013 011
10 Tons 460/480 15.2/16.5 014 011
(3 phase) 30.4/33.0 015 011
38.4/41.7 014+016 014
46.0/50.0 013+015 014
575 17.0 018 011
(3 phase) 34.0 019 011
51.0 018+019 014
7.8/ 9.6/10.4 017 012
208/230/240 12.0/14.7/16.0 010 012
(3 phase) 24.0/29.4/32.0 012 012
31.8/38.9/42.4 012+017 015
37.5/46.0/50.0 010+012 015
12.8/13.9 013 011
121/2 Tons 460/480 15.2/16.5 014 011
(3 phase) 30.4/33.0 015 011
38.4/41.7 014+016 014
46.0/50.0 013+015 014
575 17.0 018 011
(3 phase) 34.0 019 014
51.0 018+019 014

*Two heater packages required to provide kW indicated.


†004 on units with convenience outlet.
**002 on high-static units.
NOTES:
1. The rated heater voltage is 240, 480, and 575 v. If power distribution voltage varies from rated heater voltage, heater kW will vary accordingly.
2. To determine heater kW at voltages other than those shown in table, use the following formula:
Heater kWnew = Heater kW rated x (unit power distribution voltage/rated heater voltage)2
As an example:
For a 16 kW heater rated at 240 v with a power distribution voltage of 215 v
kW new = 16 kW (215/240)2
kW new = 12.8 kW (rating at 215 v)

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Table 7 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency Cooling Only Units
(Without Convenience Outlet)
DISCONNECT
ELECTRIC HEAT POWER SUPPLY
UNIT NOMINAL IFM SIZE†
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE Nominal
FLA MCA MOCP* FLA LRA
kW
—/— —/— 25.2/25.2 30/30 24/24 106/106
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 25.2/27.3 30/30 24/25 106/106
4.9/ 6.5 23.5/27.1 33.7/38.2 35/40 31/35 106/106
STD
6.4/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 43.6/49.7 45/50 40/46 106/106
7.9/10.5 37.9/43.8 51.8/59.1 60/60 48/54 106/106
9.8/13.0 46.9/54.2 63.0/72.1 70/80** 58/66 106/106
208/230-1-60
—/— —/— 26.6/26.6 35/35 26/26 111/111
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 26.6/29.0 35/35 26/27 111/111
4.9/ 6.5 23.5/27.1 35.5/40.0 40/40 33/37 111/111
ALT
6.5/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 45.4/51.4 50/60 42/47 111/111
7.9/10.5 37.9/43.8 53.5/60.8 60/70** 49/56 111/111
9.8/13.0 46.9/54.2 64.8/73.8 70/80** 60/68 111/111
—/— —/— 17.7/17.7 25/25 17/17 85/ 85
3.3/ 4.4 9.2/10.6 17.7/17.7 25/25 17/17 85/ 85
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 21.3/23.9 25/25 20/22 85/ 85
STD
6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 27.0/30.5 30/35 25/28 85/ 85
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 31.7/35.9 35/40 29/33 85/ 85
12.2/16.0 33.4/38.4 46.1/52.4 50/60 42/48 85/ 85
—/— —/— 19.1/19.1 25/25 19/19 90/ 90
3.3/ 4.4 9.2/10.6 19.1/19.4 25/25 19/19 90/ 90
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 23.1/25.7 25/30 21/24 90/ 90
208/230-3-60 ALT
6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 28.8/32.3 30/35 26/30 90/ 90
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 33.5/37.7 35/40 31/35 90/ 90
12.3/16.0 33.4/38.4 47.8/54.2 50/60 44/50 90/ 90
3 Tons —/— —/— 19.4/19.4 25/25 19/19 109/109
3.3/ 4.4 9.2/10.6 19.4/19.7 25/25 19/19 109/109
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 23.4/26.0 30/30 22/24 109/109
HIGH
6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 29.2/32.7 30/35 27/30 109/109
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 33.9/38.1 35/40 31/35 109/109
12.3/16.0 33.4/38.4 48.2/54.6 50/60 44/50 109/109
— — 7.6 15 7 44
6.0 7.2 10.6 15 10 45
STD 8.8 10.6 14.9 15 14 45
11.5 13.8 18.9 20 17 45
14.0 16.8 22.7 25 21 45
— — 8.4 15 8 48
6.0 7.2 11.6 15 11 48
460-3-60 ALT 8.8 10.6 15.9 20 15 48
11.5 13.8 19.9 20 18 48
14.0 16.8 23.7 25 22 48
— — 8.9 15 9 57
6.0 7.2 12.3 15 11 57
HIGH 8.8 10.6 16.5 20 15 57
11.5 13.8 20.5 25 19 57
14.0 16.8 24.3 25 22 57
STD — — 5.5 15 6 34
575-3-60 ALT — — 6.0 15 7 37
HIGH — — 6.3 15 7 56
—/— —/— 34.0/ 34.0 40/ 40 32/ 32 129/129
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 34.0/ 34.0 40/ 40 32/ 32 129/129
STD 6.5/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 43.6/ 49.7 45/ 50 40/ 46 129/129
9.3/13.0 46.9/54.2 63.0/ 72.1 70/ 80** 58/ 66 129/129
13.1/17.4 62.8/72.5 82.9/ 95.0 90/100** 76/ 87 129/129
15.8/21.0 75.8/87.5 99.2/113.8 100/125** 91/105 129/129
208/230-1-60
—/— —/— 35.4/ 35.4 45/ 45 34/ 34 133/133
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 35.4/ 35.4 45/ 45 34/ 34 133/133
6.5/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 45.4/ 51.4 50/ 60 42/ 47 133/133
ALT
9.3/13.0 46.9/54.2 64.8/ 73.8 70/ 80** 60/ 68 133/133
13.1/17.4 62.8/72.5 84.7/ 96.8 90/100** 78/ 89 133/133
15.8/21.0 75.8/87.5 100.9/115.5 110/125** 93/106 133/133
—/— —/— 24.2/ 24.2 30/ 30 23/ 23 101/101
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 24.2/ 24.2 30/ 30 23/ 23 101/101
STD 6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 27.0/ 30.5 30/ 35 25/ 28 101/101
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 46.1/ 52.4 50/ 60 42/ 48 101/101
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 59.1/ 67.5 60/ 70** 54/ 62 101/101
—/— —/— 25.6/ 25.6 30/ 30 25/ 25 105/105
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 25.6/ 25.7 30/ 30 25/ 25 105/105
208/230-3-60 ALT 6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 28.8/ 32.3 30/ 35 26/ 30 105/105
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 47.8/ 54.2 50/ 60 44/ 50 105/105
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 60.8/ 69.3 70/ 70** 56/ 64 105/105
4 Tons —/— —/— 25.9/ 25.9 30/ 30 25/ 25 124/124
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 25.9/ 26.0 30/ 30 25/ 25 124/124
HIGH 6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 29.2/ 32.7 30/ 35 27/ 30 124/124
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 48.2/ 54.6 50/ 60 44/ 50 124/124
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 61.2/ 69.6 70/ 70** 56/ 64 124/124
— — 13.0 20 13 51
6.0 7.2 13.0 20 13 51
STD 11.5 13.8 19.5 20 18 51
14.0 16.8 23.3 25 21 51
23.0 27.7 36.8 40 34 51
— — 13.3 20 13 53
6.0 7.2 13.3 20 13 53
460-3-60 ALT 11.5 13.8 19.9 20 18 53
14.0 16.8 23.7 25 22 53
23.0 27.7 37.2 40 34 53
— — 13.8 20 13 62
6.0 7.2 13.8 20 13 62
HIGH 11.5 13.8 20.5 25 19 62
14.0 16.8 24.3 25 22 62
23.0 27.7 37.8 40 35 62
STD — — 9.2 15 10 41
575-3-60 ALT — — 9.3 15 10 42
HIGH — — 9.7 15 10 49

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Table 7 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency Cooling Only Units
(Without Convenience Outlet) (cont)
DISCONNECT
ELECTRIC HEAT POWER SUPPLY
UNIT NOMINAL IFM SIZE†
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE Nominal
FLA MCA MOCP* FLA LRA
kW
—/— —/— 43.3/ 43.3 60/ 60 42/ 42 161/161
4.9/ 6.5 23.5/27.1 43.3/ 43.3 60/ 60 42/ 42 161/161
6.5/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 46.6/ 52.7 50/ 60 43/ 48 161/161
STD
9.8/13.0 46.9/54.2 66.0/ 75.1 70/ 80** 61/ 69 161/161
13.1/17.4 62.8/72.5 85.9/ 98.0 90/100** 79/ 90 161/161
15.8/21.0 75.8/87.5 102.2/116.8 110/125** 94/107 161/161
208/230-1-60
—/— —/— 44.0/ 44.0 60/ 60 42/ 42 184/184
4.9/ 6.5 23.5/27.1 44.0/ 44.0 60/ 60 42/ 42 184/184
6.5/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 47.5/ 53.6 50/ 60 44/ 49 184/184
ALT
9.8/13.0 46.9/54.2 66.9/ 76.0 70/ 80** 62/ 70 184/184
13.1/17.4 62.8/72.5 86.8/ 98.9 90/100** 80/ 91 184/184
15.8/21.0 75.8/87.5 103.0/117.6 110/125** 95/108 184/184
—/— —/— 27.3/ 27.3 35/ 35 27/ 27 128/128
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 27.3/ 27.3 35/ 35 27/ 27 128/128
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 34.7/ 38.9 40/ 40 32/ 36 128/128
STD
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 49.1/ 55.4 50/ 60 45/ 51 128/128
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 62.1/ 70.5 70 80** 57/ 65 128/128
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 76.4/ 87.1 80/ 90** 70/ 80 128/128
—/— —/— 26.6/ 26.6 35/ 35 26/ 26 148/148
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 26.6/ 26.6 35/ 35 26/ 26 148/148
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 33.9/ 38.1 35/ 40 31/ 35 148/148
208/230-3-60 ALT
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 48.2/ 54.6 50/ 60 44/ 50 148/148
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 61.2/ 69.6 70/ 70** 56/ 64 148/148
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 75.6/ 86.2 80/ 90** 70/ 79 148/148
—/— —/— 28.9/ 28.9 35/ 35 29/ 29 174/174
5 Tons 4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 28.9 28.9 35/ 35 29/ 29 174/174
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 36.7/ 40.9 40/ 45 34/ 38 174/174
HIGH
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 51.1/ 57.4 60/ 60 47/ 53 174/174
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 64.1/ 72.5 70/ 80** 59/ 67 174/174
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 78.4/ 89.1 80/ 90** 72/ 82 174/174
— — 13.2 20 13 71
6.0 7.2 13.2 20 13 72
STD 11.5 13.8 21.2 25 19 72
14.0 16.8 24.9 25 23 72
23.0 27.7 38.5 40 35 72
25.0 30.1 41.5 45 38 72
— — 13.5 20 13 81
6.0 7.2 13.5 20 13 81
11.5 13.8 21.5 25 20 81
460-3-60 ALT
14.0 16.8 25.3 30 23 81
23.0 27.7 38.8 40 36 81
25.0 30.1 41.8 45 38 81
— — 13.5 20 13 93
6.0 7.2 13.5 20 13 94
11.5 13.8 21.5 25 20 94
HIGH
14.0 16.8 25.3 30 23 94
23.0 27.7 38.8 40 36 94
25.0 30.1 41.8 45 38 94
STD — — 9.7 15 11 58
575-3-60 ALT — — 9.9 15 11 65
HIGH — — 9.9 15 11 75

LEGEND Determine percent of voltage imbalance.


FLA — Full Load Amps 7
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration % Voltage Imbalance = 100 x
457
IFM — Indoor (Evaporator) Fan Motor
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps = 1.53%
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum allowable 2%.
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection
NEC — National Electrical Code
IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2%, contact your local
electric utility company immediately.
*Used to determine minimum disconnect per NEC.
†Fuse or HACR circuit breaker.
**Fuse only. 3. For units with power exhaust: If a single power source is to be used, size wire to include
power exhaust MCA and MOCP. Check MCA and MOCP when power exhaust is powered
NOTES: through the unit (must be in accordance with NEC and/or local codes). Determine the new
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load equipment (refer to MCA including the power exhaust using the following formula:
NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent protective device for the unit shall be fuse or HACR MCA New = MCA unit only + MCA of Power Exhaust
breaker. Canadian units may be fuse or circuit breaker.
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage For example, using a 5 ton unit with MCA = 28.9 and MOCP = 35, with CRPWREXH030A00
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is greater than 2%. Use the power exhaust.
following formula to determine the percent of voltage imbalance. MCA New = 28.9 amps + 1.6 amps = 30.5 amps
% Voltage Imbalance If the new MCA does not exceed the published MOCP, then MOCP would not change. The
MOCP in this example is 35 amps, the MCA New is below 35, therefore the MOCP is accept-
max voltage deviation from average voltage able. If “MCA New” is larger than the published MOCP, raise the MOCP to the next larger
= 100 x
average voltage size. For separate power, the MOCP for the power exhaust will be 15 amps per NEC.
Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60.
MOCP
POWER EXHAUST MCA MCA MCA (for separate
AB = 452 v PART NO. (230 v) (460 v) (575 v)
BC = 464 v power source)
AC = 455 v CRPWREXH021A00 N/A 0.9 N/A 15
452 + 464 + 455 CRPWREXH022A00 3.3 N/A 1.32 15
Average Voltage = CRPWREXH023A00 N/A 1.8 N/A 15
3
CRPWREXH024A00 1.6 N/A 0.64 15
1371 CRPWREXH025A00 N/A 0.9 N/A 15
=
3 CRPWREXH026A00 3.3 N/A 1.32 15
= 457 CRPWREXH027A00 N/A 1.8 N/A 15
Determine maximum deviation from average voltage. CRPWREXH028A00 1.7 N/A 0.68 15
(AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v
(BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v CRPWREXH029A00 N/A 1.0 N/A 15
(AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v CRPWREXH030A00 1.6 N/A 0.64 15
Maximum deviation is 7 v.

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Table 7 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency Cooling Only Units
(Without Convenience Outlet) (cont)
DISCONNECT
ELECTRIC HEAT POWER SUPPLY
UNIT NOMINAL IFM SIZE†
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE Nominal
FLA MCA MOCP* FLA LRA
kW
—/— —/— 32.4/32.4 40/40 31/31 180/180
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 32.4/32.4 40/40 31/31 180/180
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 33.9/38.1 35/40 31/35 180/180
STD
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 48.2/54.6 50/60 44/50 180/180
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 61.2/69.6 70/70** 56/64 180/180
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 75.6/86.2 80/90** 70/79 180/180
208/230-3-60
—/— —/— 34.7/34.7 40/40 34/34 205/205
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 34.7/34.7 40/40 34/34 205/205
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 36.7/40.9 40/45 34/38 205/205
HIGH
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 51.1/57.4 60/60 47/53 205/205
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 64.1/72.5 70/80** 59/67 205/205
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 78.4/89.1 80/90** 72/82 205/205
— — 15.4 20 15 90
6 Tons 6.0 7.2 15.4 20 15 90
11.5 13.8 20.5 25 19 90
STD
14.0 16.8 24.3 25 22 90
23.0 27.7 37.8 40 35 90
25.5 30.7 41.6 45 38 90
460-3-60
— — 16.2 20 16 103
6.0 7.2 16.2 20 16 103
11.5 13.8 21.5 25 20 103
HIGH 14.0 16.8 25.3 30 23 103
23.0 27.7 38.8 40 36 103
25.5 30.7 42.6 45 39 103
STD — — 11.4 15 12 75
575-3-60
HIGH — — 11.9 15 13 86
—/— —/— 40.1/ 40.1 45/ 45 42/ 42
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 40.1/ 40.1 45/ 45 42/ 42
STD
12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 48.9/ 55.4 50/ 60 45/ 51
AND 229/229
18.6/24.8 51.7/ 59.7 71.9/ 81.8 80/ 90** 66/ 75
ALT
24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 90.6/103.5 100/110** 83/ 95
31.9/42.4 88.4/102.0 117.7/134.8 125/150** 108/124
208/230-3-60
—/— —/— 44.9/ 44.9 50/ 50 48/ 48
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 44.9/ 44.9 50/ 50 48/ 48
HIGH 12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 54.9/ 61.4 60/ 70** 51/ 56 273/273
18.6/24.8 51.7/ 59.7 77.9/ 87.8 80/ 90** 72/ 81
24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 96.6/109.5 100/110** 89/101
31.9/42.4 88.4/102.0 123.7/140.8 125/150** 114/129
— — 18.4 20 19
13.9 16.7 26.9 30 25
STD
16.5 19.8 28.1 30 26
71/2 Tons AND 138
27.8 33.4 45.0 50 41
ALT
33.0 39.7 52.9 60 49
41.7 50.2 65.9 70** 61
460-3-60
— — 20.6 25 22
13.9 16.7 26.9 30 25
16.5 19.8 30.8 35 28
HIGH 130
27.8 33.4 47.8 50 44
33.0 39.7 55.6 60 51
41.7 50.2 68.7 70** 63
STD — — 14.9 20 16
AND 17.0 17.1 23.9 25 22 97
ALT 34.0 34.1 45.3 50 42
575-3-60
— — 16.7 20 18
HIGH 17.0 17.1 26.1 30 24 114
34.0 34.1 47.5 50 44
—/— —/— 44.6/ 44.6 50/ 50 47/ 47
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 44.6/ 44.6 50/ 50 47/ 47
12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 48.9/ 55.4 50/ 60 47/ 51
STD 321/321
18.6/24.8 51.7/ 59.7 71.9/ 81.8 80/ 90** 66/ 75
24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 90.6/103.5 100/110** 83/ 95
31.9/42.4 88.4/102.0 117.7/134.8 125/150** 108/124
208/230-3-60
—/— —/— 49.4/ 49.4 60/ 60 52/ 52
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 49.4/ 49.4 60/ 60 52/ 52
12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 54.9/ 61.4 60/ 70** 52/ 56
HIGH 365/365
18.6/24.8 51.7/ 59.7 77.9/ 87.8 80/ 90** 72/ 81
24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 96.6/109.5 100/110** 89/101
31.9/42.4 88.4/102.0 123.7/140.8 125/150** 114/129
— — 22.7 25 24
13.9 16.7 24.1 25 24
16.5 19.8 28.1 30 26
81/2 Tons STD 161
27.8 33.4 45.0 50 41
33.0 39.7 52.9 60 49
41.7 50.2 65.9 70** 61
460-3-60
— — 24.9 30 26
13.9 16.7 26.9 30 26
16.5 19.8 30.8 35 28
HIGH 184
27.8 33.4 47.8 50 44
33.0 39.7 55.6 60 51
41.7 50.2 68.7 70** 63
— — 17.6 20 18
STD 17.0 17.1 23.9 25 22 135
34.0 34.1 45.3 50 42
575-3-60
— — 19.4 25 20
HIGH 17.0 17.1 26.1 30 24 152
34.0 34.1 47.5 50 44

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Table 7 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency Cooling Only Units
(Without Convenience Outlet) (cont)
ELECTRIC HEAT POWER SUPPLY DISCONNECT SIZE†
UNIT NOMINAL IFM
SIZE V-Ph-Hz TYPE Nominal FLA MCA MOCP* FLA LRA
kW
—/— —/— 44.2/ 44.2 50/ 50 46/ 46
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 44.2/ 44.2 50/ 50 45/ 45
STD 12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 48.9/ 55.4 60/ 60 45/ 51 307/307
24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 90.6/103.5 100/110** 83/ 95
31.9/42.4 88.4/102.0 117.7/134.8 125/150** 108/124
37.5/50.0 104.2/120.3 137.5/157.6 150/175** 127/147
—/— —/— 45.9/ 45.9 50/ 50 48/ 48
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 45.9/ 45.9 50/ 50 47/ 47
ALT 12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 51.1/ 57.5 60/ 60 47/ 53 326/326
208/230-3-60 24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 92.8/105.6 100/110** 85/ 97
31.9/42.4 88.4/102.0 119.9/136.9 125/150** 110/126
37.5/50.0 104.2/120.3 139.7/159.7 150/175** 128/147
—/— —/— 53.4/ 53.4 50/ 50 57/ 57
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 53.4/ 53.4 60/ 60 56/ 56
HIGH 12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 60.4/ 66.9 60/ 80** 56/ 62 374/374
24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 102.1/115.0 110/125** 94/106
31.9/42.4 88.4/102.0 129.2/146.3 150/150** 119/135
37.5/50.0 104.2/120.3 149.0/169.0 150/175** 137/156
— — 21.8 25 23
16.5 19.8 28.1 30 26
STD 27.8 33.4 45.0 50 41 152
33.0 39.7 52.9 60 49
41.7 50.2 65.9 70** 61
50.0 60.1 63.4 70** 72
10 Tons — — 22.6 25 24
16.5 19.8 29.1 30 27
ALT 27.8 33.4 46.0 50 42 191
460-3-60 33.0 39.7 53.9 60 50
41.7 50.2 66.9 70** 62
50.0 60.1 64.4 70** 73
— — 26.6 30 28
16.5 19.8 34.1 35 31
27.8 33.4 51.0 60 47
HIGH 33.0 39.7 58.9 60 54 185
41.7 50.2 71.9 80** 66
50.0 60.1 69.4 80** 78
— — 18.9 25 20
STD 17.0 17.1 23.9 25 22 126
34.0 34.1 45.3 50 42
51.0 51.2 55.8 60 61
— — 19.7 25 21
ALT 17.0 17.1 24.7 25 23 152
575-3-60 34.0 34.1 46.1 50 42
51.0 51.2 54.6 60 62
— — 23.7 30 25
17.0 18.0 28.7 35 26
HIGH 160
34.0 36.0 50.1 60 46
51.0 51.2 58.6 70** 66
—/— —/— 65.2/ 65.2 80/ 80** 68/ 68
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 65.2/ 65.2 80/ 80** 68/ 68
STD 12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 65.2/ 65.2 70/ 70** 68/ 68 383/383
24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 96.6/109.5 100/110** 89/101
31.9/42.4 88.4/102.0 123.7/140.8 125/150** 114/129
37.5/50.0 104.2/120.3 143.5/163.6 150/175** 132/151
208/230-3-60
—/— —/— 69.6/ 69.6 80/ 80** 73/ 73
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 69.6/ 69.6 80/ 80** 73/ 73
ALT 12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 69.6/ 69.6 80/ 80** 73/ 73 406/406
24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 102.1/115.0 110/125** 94/106
31.9/42.4 88.4/102.0 129.2/146.3 150/150** 119/135
37.5/50.0 104.2/120.3 149.0/169.0 150/175** 137/156
— — 29.6 40 31
16.5 19.8 30.8 40 31
STD 27.8 33.4 47.8 50 44 192
33.0 39.7 55.6 60 51
121/2 Tons 41.7 50.2 68.7 70** 63
50.0 60.1 66.1 80** 75
460-3-60
— — 32.2 45 34
16.5 19.8 34.1 45 34
ALT 27.8 33.4 51.0 60 47 203
33.0 39.7 58.9 60 54
41.7 50.2 71.9 80** 66
50.0 60.1 69.4 80** 78
— — 23.6 30 25
17.0 17.1 26.1 30 25
STD 34.0 34.1 47.5 50 44 153
51.0 51.2 56.0 60 53
575-3-60
— — 25.7 30 27
17.0 17.1 28.7 35 27
ALT 34.0 34.1 50.1 60 46 162
51.0 51.2 58.6 70** 66
LEGEND Determine percent of voltage imbalance.
FLA — Full Load Amps 7
Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration % Voltage Imbalance = 100 x
HACR — 457
IFM — Indoor (Evaporator) Fan Motor
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps = 1.53%
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum allowable 2%.
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection
NEC — National Electrical Code IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2%, contact your local elec-
tric utility company immediately.
*Used to determine minimum disconnect per NEC.
†Fuse or HACR circuit breaker. 3. For units with power exhaust: If a single power source is to be used, size wire to include power
**Fuse only. exhaust MCA and MOCP. Check MCA and MOCP when power exhaust is powered through the
NOTES: unit (must be in accordance with NEC and/or local codes). Determine the new MCA including
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load equipment (refer to the power exhaust using the following formula:
NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent protective device for the unit shall be fuse or HACR MCA New = MCA unit only + MCA of Power Exhaust
breaker. Canadian units may be fuse or circuit breaker. For example, using a 71/2 ton unit with MCA = 28.9 and MOCP = 35, with CRPWREXH030A00
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage power exhaust.
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is greater than 2%. Use the fol-
lowing formula to determine the percent of voltage imbalance. MCA New = 28.9 amps + 1.6 amps = 30.5 amps
If the new MCA does not exceed the published MOCP, then MOCP would not change. The
% Voltage Imbalance MOCP in this example is 35 amps, the MCA New is below 35, therefore the MOCP is accept-
max voltage deviation from average voltage able. If “MCA New” is larger than the published MOCP, raise the MOCP to the next larger size.
= 100 x For separate power, the MOCP for the power exhaust will be 15 amps per NEC.
average voltage
Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60. MOCP
AB = 452 v POWER EXHAUST MCA MCA MCA (for separate
BC = 464 v PART NO. (230 v) (460 v) (575 v) power source)
AC = 455 v CRPWREXH021A00 N/A 0.9 N/A 15
452 + 464 + 455 CRPWREXH022A00 3.3 N/A 1.32 15
Average Voltage =
3 CRPWREXH023A00 N/A 1.8 N/A 15
1371 CRPWREXH024A00 1.6 N/A 0.64 15
= CRPWREXH025A00 N/A 0.9 N/A 15
3
CRPWREXH026A00 3.3 N/A 1.32 15
= 457
Determine maximum deviation from average voltage. CRPWREXH027A00 N/A 1.8 N/A 15
(AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v CRPWREXH028A00 1.7 N/A 0.68 15
(BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v CRPWREXH029A00 N/A 1.0 N/A 15
(AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v
Maximum deviation is 7 v. CRPWREXH030A00 1.6 N/A 0.64 15

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Table 8 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency Cooling Only Units
(With Convenience Outlet)
DISCONNECT
ELECTRIC HEAT POWER SUPPLY
UNIT NOMINAL IFM SIZE†
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE Nominal
FLA MCA MOCP* FLA LRA
kW
—/— —/— 31.2/31.2 35/35 30/30 111/111
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 31.2/32.3 35/35 30/31 111/111
4.9/ 6.5 23.5/27.1 38.7/43.2 40/45 37/41 111/111
STD
6.4/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 48.6/54.7 50/60 46/51 111/111
7.9/10.5 37.9/43.8 56.8/64.1 60/70** 53/60 111/111
9.8/13.0 46.9/54.2 68.0/77.1 70/80** 64/72 111/111
208/230-1-60
—/— —/— 32.6/32.6 40/40 31/31 116/116
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 32.6/34.0 40/40 31/32 116/116
4.9/ 6.5 23.5/27.1 40.5/45.0 45/45 38/42 116/116
ALT
6.5/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 50.4/56.4 60/60 47/53 116/116
7.9/10.5 37.9/43.8 58.5/65.8 60/70** 55/61 116/116
9.8/13.0 46.9/54.2 69.8/78.8 70/80** 65/73 116/116
—/— —/— 22.5/22.5 30/30 23/23 90/ 90
3.3/ 4.4 9.2/10.6 22.5/23.0 30/30 23/23 90 90
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 27.3/29.4 30/30 25/28 90/ 90
STD
6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 33.1/36.0 35/40 30/34 90/ 90
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 37.7/42.0 40/45 35/39 90/ 90
12.2/16.0 33.4/38.4 52.1/57.9 60/60 48/54 90/ 90
—/— —/— 23.9/23.9 30/30 25/25 95/ 95
3.3/ 4.4 9.2/10.6 23.9/24.8 30/30 25/25 95/ 95
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 29.1/31.1 30/35 27/29 95/ 95
208/230-3-60 ALT
6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 34.8/37.7 35/40 32/35 95/ 95
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 39.5/43.7 40/45 36/40 95/ 95
12.3/16.0 33.4/38.4 53.8/59.6 60/60 50/55 95/ 95
3 Tons —/— —/— 24.2/24.2 30/30 25/25 114/114
3.3/ 4.4 9.2/10.6 24.2/25.2 30/30 25/25 114/114
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 29.5/31.5 35/35 27/29 114/114
HIGH
6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 35.2/38.1 40/40 32/36 114/114
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 39.9/44.1 40/45 37/41 114/114
12.3/16.0 33.4/38.4 54.2/60.0 60/60 50/56 114/114
— — 9.8 15 10 47
6.0 7.2 13.4 15 12 47
STD 8.8 10.6 17.6 20 16 47
11.5 13.8 21.6 25 20 47
14.0 16.8 25.4 30 23 47
— — 10.6 15 11 50
6.0 7.2 14.4 15 13 50
460-3-60 ALT 8.8 10.6 18.6 20 17 50
11.5 13.8 22.6 25 21 50
14.0 16.8 26.4 30 24 50
— — 11.1 15 11 59
6.0 7.2 15.0 20 14 59
HIGH 8.8 10.6 19.2 20 18 59
11.5 13.8 23.3 25 21 59
14.0 16.8 27.0 30 25 59
STD — — 7.2 15 8 36
575-3-60 ALT — — 7.7 15 9 39
HIGH — — 8.0 15 9 58
—/— —/— 40.0/ 40.0 45/ 45 38/ 38 134/134
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 40.0/ 40.0 45/ 45 38/ 38 134/134
STD 6.5/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 48.6/ 54.7 50/ 60 46/ 51 134/134
9.3/13.0 46.9/54.2 68.0/ 77.1 70/ 80** 64/ 72 134/134
13.1/17.4 62.8/72.5 87.9/100.0 90/100** 82/ 93 134/134
15.8/21.0 75.8/87.5 104.2/118.8 110/125** 97/110 134/134
208/230-1-60
—/— —/— 41.4/ 41.4 50/ 50 40/ 40 138/138
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 41.4/ 41.4 50/ 50 40/ 40 138/138
6.5/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 50.4/ 56.4 60/ 60 47/ 53 138/138
ALT
9.3/13.0 46.9/54.2 69.8/ 78.8 70/ 80** 65/ 73 138/138
13.1/17.4 62.8/72.5 89.7/101.8 90/110** 83/ 95 138/138
15.8/21.0 75.8/87.5 105.9/120.5 110/125** 98/112 138/138
—/— —/— 29.0/ 29.0 35/ 35 29/ 29 106/106
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 29.0/ 29.4 35 35 29/ 29 106/106
STD 6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 33.1/ 36.0 35/ 40 30/ 34 106/106
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 52.1/ 57.9 60/ 60 48/ 54 106/106
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 65.1/ 73.5 70/ 80** 60/ 68 106/106
—/— —/— 30.4/ 30.4 35/ 35 30/ 30 110/110
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 30.4/ 31.1 35/ 35 30/ 30 110/110
208/230-3-60 ALT 6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 34.8/ 37.7 35/ 40 32/ 35 110/110
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 53.8/ 59.6 60/ 60 50/ 55 110/110
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 66.9/ 75.3 70/ 80** 62/ 69 110/110
4 Tons —/— —/— 30.7/ 30.7 35/ 35 31/ 31 129/129
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 30.7/ 31.5 35/ 35 31/ 31 129/129
HIGH 6.5/ 8.7 18.1/20.9 35.2/ 38.1 40/ 40 32 /36 129/129
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 54.2/ 60.0 60/ 60 50/ 56 129/129
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 67.2/ 75.7 70/ 80** 62/ 70 129/129
— — 15.2 20 15 53
6.0 7.2 15.2 20 15 53
STD 11.5 13.8 22.3 25 20 53
14.0 16.8 26.0 30 24 53
23.0 27.7 39.6 40 36 53
— — 15.5 20 15 55
6.0 7.2 15.5 20 15 55
460-3-60 ALT 11.5 13.8 22.6 25 21 55
14.0 16.8 26.4 30 24 55
23.0 27.7 39.9 40 37 55
— — 16.0 20 16 64
6.0 7.2 16.0 20 16 64
HIGH 11.5 13.8 23.3 25 21 64
14.0 16.8 27.0 30 25 64
23.0 27.7 40.6 45 37 64
STD — — 10.9 15 12 42
575-3-60 ALT — — 11.1 15 12 44
HIGH — — 11.4 15 12 51

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Table 8 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency Cooling Only Units
(With Convenience Outlet) (cont)
DISCONNECT
ELECTRIC HEAT POWER SUPPLY
UNIT NOMINAL IFM SIZE†
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE Nominal
FLA MCA MOCP* FLA LRA
kW
—/— —/— 49.3/ 49.3 60/ 60 47/ 47 166/166
4.9/ 6.5 23.5/27.1 49.3/ 49.3 60/ 60 47/ 47 166/166
6.5/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 51.6/ 57.7 60/ 60 48/ 54 166/166
STD
9.8/13.0 46.9/54.2 71.0/ 80.1 80/ 90** 66/ 75 166/166
13.1/17.4 62.8/72.5 90.9/103.0 100/110** 85/ 96 166/166
15.8/21.0 75.8/87.5 107.2/121.8 110/125** 100/113 166/166
208/230-1-60
—/— —/— 50.0/ 50.0 60/ 60 48/ 48 188/188
4.9/ 6.5 23.5/27.1 50.0/ 50.0 60/ 60 48/ 48 188/188
6.5/ 8.7 31.4/36.3 52.5/ 58.6 60/ 60 49/ 55 188/188
ALT
9.8/13.0 46.9/54.2 71.9/ 81.0 80/ 90** 67/ 75 188/188
13.1/17.4 62.8/72.5 91.8/103.9 100/110** 85/ 96 188/188
15.8/21.0 75.8/87.5 108.0/122.6 110/125** 100/114 188/188
—/— —/— 32.1/ 32.1 40/ 40 32/ 32 133/133
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 32.1/ 32.4 40/ 40 32/ 32 133/133
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 40.7/ 44.4 45/ 45 37/ 41 133/133
STD
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 55.1/ 60.9 60/ 70** 51/ 57 133/133
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 68.1/ 76.5 70/ 80** 63/ 70 133/133
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 82.4/ 92.5 90/100** 76/ 86 133/133
—/— —/— 31.4/ 31.4 40/ 40 32/ 32 153/153
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 31.4/ 31.5 40/ 40 32/ 32 153/153
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 39.9/ 43.5 40/ 45 37/ 41 153/153
208/230-3-60 ALT
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 54.2/ 60.0 60/ 60 50/ 56 153/153
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 67.2/ 75.7 70/ 80** 62/ 70 153/153
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 81.6/ 91.6 90/100** 75/ 85 153/153
—/— —/— 33.7/ 33.7 40/ 40 34/ 34 179/179
5 Tons 4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 33.7/ 34.4 40/ 40 34/ 34 179/179
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 42.7/ 46.4 45/ 50 39/ 43 179/179
HIGH
12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 57.1/ 62.9 60/ 70** 53/ 58 179/179
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 70.1/ 78.5 80/ 80** 65/ 72 179/179
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 84.4/ 94.5 90/100** 78/ 87 179/179
— — 15.3 20 15 74
6.0 7.2 15.6 20 15 74
STD 11.5 13.8 23.9 25 22 74
14.0 16.8 27.6 30 25 74
23.0 27.7 41.2 45 38 74
25.0 30.1 44.2 45 41 74
— — 15.6 20 16 83
6.0 7.2 16.0 20 16 83
11.5 13.8 24.3 25 22 83
460-3-60 ALT
14.0 16.8 28.0 30 26 83
23.0 27.7 41.6 45 38 83
25.0 30.1 44.6 45 41 83
— — 15.6 20 16 96
6.0 7.2 16.0 20 16 96
11.5 13.8 24.3 25 22 96
HIGH
14.0 16.8 28.0 30 26 96
23.0 27.7 41.6 45 38 96
25.0 30.1 44.6 45 41 96
STD — — 11.5 15 13 60
575-3-60 ALT — — 11.7 15 13 67
HIGH — — 11.7 15 13 77

LEGEND Maximum deviation is 7 v.


FLA — Full Load Amps Determine percent of voltage imbalance.
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration 7
IFM — Indoor (Evaporator) Fan Motor % Voltage Imbalance = 100 x
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps 457
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps = 1.53%
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection
NEC — National Electrical Code This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum allowable 2%.

*Used to determine minimum disconnect per NEC. IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2%, contact your local
†Fuse or HACR circuit breaker. electric utility company immediately.
**Fuse only.
3. For units with power exhaust: If a single power source is to be used, size wire to include
NOTES: power exhaust MCA and MOCP. Check MCA and MOCP when power exhaust is powered
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load equipment (refer to through the unit (must be in accordance with NEC and/or local codes). Determine the new
NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent protective device for the unit shall be fuse or HACR MCA including the power exhaust using the following formula:
breaker. Canadian units may be fuse or circuit breaker.
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage MCA New = MCA unit only + MCA of Power Exhaust
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is greater than 2%. Use the For example, using a 5 ton unit with MCA = 28.9 and MOCP = 35, with CRPWREXH030A00
following formula to determine the percent of voltage imbalance. power exhaust.
% Voltage Imbalance MCA New = 28.9 amps + 1.6 amps = 30.5 amps
max voltage deviation from average voltage If the new MCA does not exceed the published MOCP, then MOCP would not change. The
= 100 x MOCP in this example is 35 amps, the MCA New is below 35, therefore the MOCP is accept-
average voltage
able. If “MCA New” is larger than the published MOCP, raise the MOCP to the next larger
size. For separate power, the MOCP for the power exhaust will be 15 amps per NEC.
Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60.
MOCP
AB = 452 v POWER EXHAUST MCA MCA MCA (for separate
BC = 464 v PART NO. (230 v) (460 v) (575 v) power source)
AC = 455 v
CRPWREXH021A00 N/A 0.9 N/A 15
452 + 464 + 455 CRPWREXH022A00 3.3 N/A 1.32 15
Average Voltage =
3 CRPWREXH023A00 N/A 1.8 N/A 15
1371 CRPWREXH024A00 1.6 N/A 0.64 15
= CRPWREXH025A00 N/A 0.9 N/A 15
3
CRPWREXH026A00 3.3 N/A 1.32 15
= 457
Determine maximum deviation from average voltage. CRPWREXH027A00 N/A 1.8 N/A 15
(AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v CRPWREXH028A00 1.7 N/A 0.68 15
(BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v CRPWREXH029A00 N/A 1.0 N/A 15
(AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v
CRPWREXH030A00 1.6 N/A 0.64 15

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Table 8 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency Cooling Only Units
(With Convenience Outlet) (cont)
ELECTRIC POWER DISCONNECT
UNIT NOMINAL IFM HEAT SUPPLY SIZE*
SIZE V-Ph-Hz TYPE Nominal FLA MCA MOCP† FLA LRA
kW
—/— —/— 37.2/37.2 45/ 45 37/37 184/184
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 37.2/37.2 45/ 45 37/37 184/184
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 37.2/38.1 40/ 45 37/41 184/184
STD 12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 54.2/60.0 60/ 60 50/56 184/184
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 67.2/75.7 70/ 80** 62/70 184/184
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 81.6/91.6 90/100** 75/85 184/184
208/230-3-60
—/— —/— 39.5/39.5 45/ 45 39/39 210/210
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 39.5/39.5 45/ 45 39/39 210/210
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 39.5/40.9 45/ 50 39/43 210/210
HIGH 12.0/16.0 33.4/38.4 57.1/62.9 60/ 70** 53/58 210/210
15.8/21.0 43.8/50.5 70.1/78.5 80/ 80** 65/72 210/210
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 84.4/94.5 90/100** 78/87 210/210
— — 17.6 20 17 92
6 Ton 6.0 7.2 17.6 20 17 92
11.5 13.8 20.5 25 21 92
STD 14.0 16.8 27.0 30 25 92
23.0 27.7 40.6 45 37 92
25.5 30.7 44.3 45 41 92
460-3-60
— — 18.4 25 18 105
6.0 7.2 18.4 25 18 105
11.5 13.8 21.5 25 22 105
HIGH 14.0 16.8 28.0 30 26 105
23.0 27.7 41.6 45 38 105
25.5 30.7 45.3 50 42 105
STD — — 13.1 20 14 77
575-3-60
HIGH — — 13.7 20 15 87
— — 46.1/ 46.1 50/ 50 48/ 48
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 46.1/ 46.1 50/ 50 48/ 48
STD 12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 53.9/ 60.4 60/ 70** 51/ 56
AND 18.6/24.8 51.7/ 59.7 76.9/ 86.8 80/ 90** 72/ 81 233/233
ALT 24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 95.6/108.5 100/110** 89/101
31.8/42.4 88.4/102.0 122.7/139.8 125/150** 114/130
208/230-3-60
— — 50.9/ 50.9 60/ 60 53/ 53
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 50.9/ 50.9 60/ 60 53/ 53
12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 59.9/ 66.4 70/ 70** 56/ 62
HIGH 18.6/24.8 51.7/ 59.7 82.9/ 92.8 90/100** 77/ 86 277/277
24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 101.6/114.5 110/125** 94/106
31.8/42.4 88.4/102.0 128.7/145.8 150/150** 119/135
— — 21.1 25 22
13.9 16.7 26.8 25 25
STD 16.5 19.8 30.8 35 28
71/2 Ton AND 27.8 33.4 47.8 50 44 110
ALT 33.0 39.7 55.6 60 51
41.7 50.2 68.6 70** 63
460-3-60
— — 23.3 25 24
13.9 16.7 29.5 30 27
16.5 19.8 33.5 35 31
HIGH 27.8 33.4 50.4 60 46 132
33.0 39.7 58.3 60 54
41.7 50.2 71.3 80** 66
STD — — 17.6 20 18
AND 17.0 17.1 26.6 25 24 100
ALT 34.0 34.1 48.0 50 44
575-3-60
— — 19.4 25 20
HIGH 17.0 17.1 28.8 30 26 117
34.0 34.1 50.1 60 46
— — 50.6/ 50.6 60/ 60 52/ 52
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 50.6/ 50.6 60/ 60 52/ 52
12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 53.9/ 60.4 60/ 70** 52/ 56
STD 18.6/24.8 51.7/ 59.7 76.9/ 86.8 80/ 90** 72/ 81 325/325
24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 95.6/108.5 100/110** 89/101
31.8/42.4 88.4/102.0 122.7/139.8 125/150** 114/130
208/230-3-60
— — 55.4/ 55.4 60/ 60 58/ 58
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 55.4/ 55.4 60/ 60 58/ 58
12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 59.9/ 66.4 70/ 70** 58/ 62
HIGH 18.6/24.8 51.7/ 59.7 82.9/ 92.8 90/100** 77/ 86 369/369
24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 101.6/114.5 110/125** 94/106
31.9/42.4 88.4/102.0 128.7/145.8 150/150** 119/135
— — 25.4 30 26
13.9 16.7 26.8 30 26
16.5 19.8 30.8 35 28
81/2 Ton STD 27.8 33.4 47.7 50 44 164
33.0 39.7 55.6 60 51
41.7 50.2 68.6 70** 63
460-3-60
— — 27.6 30 26
13.9 16.7 29.5 30 29
16.5 19.8 33.5 35 31
HIGH 27.8 33.4 50.4 60 46 186
33.0 39.7 58.3 60 54
41.7 50.2 71.3 80** 66
— — 20.3 25 20
STD 17.0 17.1 26.6 25 24 138
34.0 34.1 49.9 50 44
575-3-60
— — 22.1 25 22
HIGH 17.0 17.1 28.8 30 26 155
34.0 34.1 50.1 60 46

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Table 8 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency Cooling Only Units
(With Convenience Outlet) (cont)
ELECTRIC POWER DISCONNECT
UNIT NOMINAL IFM HEAT SUPPLY SIZE*
SIZE V-Ph-Hz TYPE Nominal FLA MCA MOCP† FLA LRA
kW
— — 49.1/ 49.1 60/ 60 50/ 50
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 49.1/ 49.1 60/ 60 50/ 50
12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 53.9/ 60.4 60/ 70** 51/ 56
STD 24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 95.6/108.5 100/110** 89/101 311/311
31.8/42.4 88.4/102.0 122.7/139.8 125/150** 114/130
37.6/50.0 104.2/120.3 142.5/132.5 150/150** 132/151
— — 50.8/ 50.8 60/ 60 52/ 52
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 50.8/ 50.8 60/ 60 52/ 52
12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 56.1/ 62.5 60/ 60 53/ 58
208/230-3-60 ALT 24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 97.8/110.6 100/125** 91/103 330/330
31.8/42.4 88.4/102.0 124.9/141.9 125/150** 116/131
37.6/50.0 104.2/120.3 144.7/134.7 150/150** 134/152
— — 58.3/ 58.3 70/ 70** 61/ 61
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 58.3/ 58.3 70/ 70** 61/ 61
12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 65.4/ 71.9 60/ 80** 61/ 67
HIGH 24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 107.1/120.0 110/125** 99/111 378/378
31.8/42.4 88.4/102.0 134.2/151.3 150/175** 124/140
37.6/50.0 104.2/120.3 154.0/144.0 175/175** 143/161
— — 23.7 30 24
16.5 19.8 30.7 30 28
27.8 33.4 47.8 50 44
STD 33.0 39.7 55.5 60 51 154
41.7 50.2 68.6 70** 63
10 Ton 50.0 60.1 65.6 70** 75
— — 24.5 30 25
16.5 19.8 31.7 30 29
ALT 27.8 33.4 48.8 50 45
460-3-60 33.0 39.7 56.6 60 52 194
41.7 50.2 69.7 70** 64
50.0 60.1 66.6 70** 76
— — 28.5 30 30
16.5 19.8 36.7 35 34
27.8 33.4 53.8 60 49
HIGH 188
33.0 39.7 61.5 70** 57
41.7 50.2 74.6 80** 69
50.0 60.1 71.6 80** 80
— — 20.6 25 21
17.0 17.1 26.6 25 24
STD 34.0 34.1 47.9 50 44 110
51.0 51.2 56.0 60 63
— — 21.2 25 21
17.0 17.1 27.4 30 25
575-3-60 ALT 34.0 34.1 48.8 50 44 141
51.0 51.2 56.8 60 64
— — 24.4 30 25
17.0 17.1 31.4 35 28
HIGH 34.0 34.1 52.7 60 48 136
51.0 51.2 60.8 70** 68

LEGEND Determine percent of voltage imbalance.


FLA — Full Load Amps 7
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration % Voltage Imbalance = 100 x
457
IFM — Indoor (Evaporator) Fan Motor
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps = 1.53%
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum allowable
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection 2%.
NEC — National Electrical Code
IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2%, contact your
*Used to determine minimum disconnect per NEC. local electric utility company immediately.
†Fuse or HACR circuit breaker.
**Fuse only.
3. For units with power exhaust: If a single power source is to be used, size wire to
NOTES: include power exhaust MCA and MOCP. Check MCA and MOCP when power
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load equipment exhaust is powered through the unit (must be in accordance with NEC and/or local
(refer to NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent protective device for the unit shall codes). Determine the new MCA including the power exhaust using the following for-
be fuse or HACR breaker. Canadian units may be fuse or circuit breaker. mula:
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage MCA New = MCA unit only + MCA of Power Exhaust
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is greater than 2%.
For example, using a 71/2 ton unit with MCA = 28.9 and MOCP = 35, with
Use the following formula to determine the percent of voltage imbalance. CRPWREXH030A00 power exhaust.
% Voltage Imbalance MCA New = 28.9 amps + 1.6 amps = 30.5 amps
max voltage deviation from average voltage If the new MCA does not exceed the published MOCP, then MOCP would not
= 100 x
average voltage change. The MOCP in this example is 35 amps, the MCA New is below 35, therefore
the MOCP is acceptable. If “MCA New” is larger than the published MOCP, raise the
Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60. MOCP to the next larger size. For separate power, the MOCP for the power exhaust
will be 15 amps per NEC.
AB = 452 v
BC = 464 v MOCP
AC = 455 v POWER EXHAUST MCA MCA MCA (for separate
PART NO. (230 v) (460 v) (575 v)
452 + 464 + 455 power source)
Average Voltage = N/A 0.9 N/A 15
3 CRPWREXH021A00
CRPWREXH022A00 3.3 N/A 1.32 15
1371
= CRPWREXH023A00 N/A 1.8 N/A 15
3
CRPWREXH024A00 1.6 N/A 0.64 15
= 457 CRPWREXH025A00 N/A 0.9 N/A 15
Determine maximum deviation from average voltage.
CRPWREXH026A00 3.3 N/A 1.32 15
(AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v
(BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v CRPWREXH027A00 N/A 1.8 N/A 15
(AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v CRPWREXH028A00 1.7 N/A 0.68 15
Maximum deviation is 7 v. CRPWREXH029A00 N/A 1.0 N/A 15
CRPWREXH030A00 1.6 N/A 0.64 15

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Table 8 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency Cooling Only Units
(With Convenience Outlet) (cont)
ELECTRIC POWER DISCONNECT
UNIT NOMINAL IFM HEAT SUPPLY SIZE*
SIZE V-Ph-Hz TYPE Nominal FLA MCA MOCP† FLA LRA
kW
— — 71.2/ 71.2 80/ 80** 74/ 74
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 71.2/ 71.2 80/ 80** 74/ 74
STD 12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 71.2/ 71.2 80/ 80** 74/ 74 387/387
24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 101.6/114.5 110/125** 94/106
31.8/42.4 88.4/102.0 128.7/145.8 150/150** 119/135
37.6/50.0 104.2/120.3 148.5/138.5 150/150** 138/156
208/230-3-60
— — 75.6/ 75.6 90/ 80** 79/ 79
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 75.6/ 75.6 90/ 80** 79/ 79
ALT 12.0/16.0 33.4/ 38.5 75.6/ 75.6 90/ 80** 79/ 79 410/410
24.0/32.0 66.7/ 77.0 107.1/120.0 110/125** 99/111
31.8/42.4 88.4/102.0 134.2/151.3 150/175** 124/140
37.6/50.0 104.2/120.3 154.0/144.0 175/175** 143/161
— — 32.3 45 34
16.5 19.8 33.4 45 34
STD 27.8 33.4 50.5 60 46 195
121/2 Ton 33.0 39.7 58.2 60 54
41.7 50.2 71.4 80** 66
50.0 60.1 68.3 80** 77
460-3-60
— — 34.9 45 37
16.5 19.8 36.7 45 37
ALT 27.8 33.4 53.8 60 49 206
33.0 39.7 61.6 70** 57
41.7 50.2 74.7 80** 69
50.0 60.1 71.6 80** 80
— — 23.6 30 27
STD 17.0 17.1 28.8 30 27 156
34.0 34.1 50.1 60 46
51.0 51.2 56.0 70** 65
575-3-60
— — 28.4 30 29
ALT 17.0 17.1 31.4 35 29 165
34.0 34.1 52.8 60 48
51.0 51.2 58.6 70** 68
LEGEND Determine percent of voltage imbalance.
FLA — Full Load Amps 7
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration % Voltage Imbalance = 100 x
457
IFM — Indoor (Evaporator) Fan Motor
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps = 1.53%
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum allowable
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection 2%.
NEC — National Electrical Code
IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2%, contact your
*Used to determine minimum disconnect per NEC. local electric utility company immediately.
†Fuse or HACR circuit breaker.
**Fuse only.
3. For units with power exhaust: If a single power source is to be used, size wire to
NOTES: include power exhaust MCA and MOCP. Check MCA and MOCP when power
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load equipment exhaust is powered through the unit (must be in accordance with NEC and/or local
(refer to NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent protective device for the unit shall codes). Determine the new MCA including the power exhaust using the following for-
be fuse or HACR breaker. Canadian units may be fuse or circuit breaker. mula:
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage MCA New = MCA unit only + MCA of Power Exhaust
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is greater than 2%.
For example, using a 71/2 ton unit with MCA = 28.9 and MOCP = 35, with
Use the following formula to determine the percent of voltage imbalance. CRPWREXH030A00 power exhaust.
% Voltage Imbalance MCA New = 28.9 amps + 1.6 amps = 30.5 amps
max voltage deviation from average voltage If the new MCA does not exceed the published MOCP, then MOCP would not
= 100 x
average voltage change. The MOCP in this example is 35 amps, the MCA New is below 35, therefore
the MOCP is acceptable. If “MCA New” is larger than the published MOCP, raise the
Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60. MOCP to the next larger size. For separate power, the MOCP for the power exhaust
will be 15 amps per NEC.
AB = 452 v
BC = 464 v MOCP
AC = 455 v POWER EXHAUST MCA MCA MCA (for separate
PART NO. (230 v) (460 v) (575 v)
452 + 464 + 455 power source)
Average Voltage = N/A 0.9 N/A 15
3 CRPWREXH021A00
CRPWREXH022A00 3.3 N/A 1.32 15
1371 N/A 1.8 N/A 15
= CRPWREXH023A00
3 1.6 N/A 0.64 15
CRPWREXH024A00
= 457 CRPWREXH025A00 N/A 0.9 N/A 15
Determine maximum deviation from average voltage.
(AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v CRPWREXH026A00 3.3 N/A 1.32 15
(BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v CRPWREXH027A00 N/A 1.8 N/A 15
(AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v CRPWREXH028A00 1.7 N/A 0.68 15
Maximum deviation is 7 v. CRPWREXH029A00 N/A 1.0 N/A 15
CRPWREXH030A00 1.6 N/A 0.64 15

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Table 9 — Electric Heating Usage — Standard-Efficiency Cooling Only Units
UNIT VOLTAGE ACCESSORY ACCESSORY HEATER SINGLE POINT BOX
SIZE (60 Hz) kW PART NUMBER CRHEATER---A00 PACKAGE NO. CRSINGLE---A00
3.3/ 4.0/ 4.4 001 —
208/230/240 4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
(single phase) 6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 —†
7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 —
9.8/11.6/13.0* 002+002 004
3.3/ 4.0/ 4.4 001 —
3 Tons 208/230/240 4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
(3 phase) 6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 —
7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 —
12.0/14.7/16.0 005 —
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
460/480 8.1/ 8.8 007 —
(3 phase) 10.6/11.5 008 —
12.9/14.0 009 —
3.3/ 4.0/ 4.4 001 —
208/230/240 6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 —
(single phase) 9.8/11.6/13.0* 002+002 004
13.1/16.0/17.4* 003+003 004
16.0/19.3/21.0* 004+004 004
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
4 Tons 208/230/240 6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 —
(3 phase) 12.0/14.7/16.0 005 —
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004+004 002
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
460/480 10.6/11.5 008 —
(3 phase) 12.9/14.0 009 —
21.1/23.0* 008+008 —
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
208/230/240 6.6/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 —
(single phase) 9.8/11.6/13.0* 002+002 004
13.1/16.0/17.4* 003+003 004
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004+004 004
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
208/230/240 7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 —
5 Tons (3 phase) 12.0/14.7/16.0 005 —**
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004+004 002
19.9/24.3/26.5* 004+005 002
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
460/480 10.6/11.5 008 —
(3 phase) 12.9/14.0 009 —
21.1/23.0* 008+008 —
23.4/25.5* 008+009 —
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
208/230/240 7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 —
(3 phase) 12.0/14.7/16.0 005 —
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004+004 002
19.9/24.3/26.5* 004+005 002
6 Tons
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
460/480 10.6/11.5 008 —
(3 phase) 12.9/14.0 009 —
21.1/23.0* 008+008 —
23.4/25.5* 008+009 —
7.8/ 9.6/10.4 017 006
208/230/240 12.0/14.7/16.0 010 006
(3 phase) 18.6/22.8/24.8 011 007
24.0/29.4/32.0 012 007
31.8/39.0/42.4 012+017 009
71/2 Tons 12.8/13.9 016 006
460/480 15.2/16.5 013 006
(3 phase) 25.6/27.8 014 006
30.4/33.0 015 006
38.4/41.7 014+016 008
575 17.0 018 006
(3 phase) 34.0 019 006
7.8/ 9.6/10.4 017 006
208/230/240 12.0/14.7/16.0 010 006
(3 phase) 18.6/22.8/24.8 011 007
24.0/29.4/32.0 012 007
31.8/39.0/42.4 012+017 009
81/2 Tons 12.8/13.9 016 006
460/480 15.2/16.5 013 006
(3 phase) 25.6/27.8 014 006
30.4/33.0 015 006
38.4/41.7 014+016 008
575 17.0 018 006
(3 phase) 34.0 019 006
7.8/ 9.6/10.4 017 011
208/230/240 12.0/14.7/16.0 010 011
(3 phase) 24.0/29.4/32.0 012 012
31.8/38.9/42.4 012+017 015
37.5/46.0/50.0 010+012 015
12.8/13.9 013 011
10 Tons 460/480 15.2/16.5 014 011
(3 phase) 30.4/33.0 015 011
38.4/41.7 014+016 014
46.0/50.0 013+015 014
575 17.0 018 011
(3 phase) 34.0 019 011
51.0 018+019 014
7.8/ 9.6/10.4 017 012
208/230/240 12.0/14.7/16.0 010 012
(3 phase) 24.0/29.4/32.0 012 012
31.8/38.9/42.4 012+017 015
37.5/46.0/50.0 010+012 015
12.8/13.9 013 011
121/2 Tons 460/480 15.2/16.5 014 011
(3 phase) 30.4/33.0 015 011
38.4/41.7 014+016 014
46.0/50.0 013+015 014
575 17.0 018 011
(3 phase) 34.0 019 014
51.0 018+019 014

*Two heater packages required to provide kW indicated.


†004 on units with convenience outlet.
**002 on units with convenience outlet.
NOTES:
1. The rated heater voltage is 240, 480, and 575 v. If power distribution voltage varies from rated heater voltage, heater kW will vary accordingly.
2. To determine heater kW at voltages other than those shown in table, use the following formula:
Heater kWnew = Heater kW rated x (unit power distribution voltage/rated heater voltage)2
As an example:
For a 16 kW heater rated at 240 v with a power distribution voltage of 215 v
kW new = 16 kW (215/240)2
kW new = 12.8 kW (rating at 215 v)

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NO SINGLE POINT BOX REQUIRED
Fig. 16 — Electric Heater Power Wiring
Connections — Heat Pump Units,
208/230-1-60 — Less Than 60 Amps MOCP

CRSINGLE004A00 CRSINGLE005A00
Fig. 17 — Electric Heater Power Wiring Connections —
Heat Pump Units, 208/230-1-60 — Greater Than 60 Amps MOCP

NO SINGLE POINT BOX REQUIRED OR


CRSINGLE006A00 OR CRSINGLE0011A00
Fig. 18 — Electric Heater Power Wiring Connections —
Heat Pump Units, 208/230-3-60, 460-3-60 and 575-3-60 — Less Than 60 Amps MOCP

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CRSINGLE002A00 OR CRSINGLE003A00 OR
CRSINGLE007A00 OR CRSINGLE009A00 OR
CRSINGLE012A00 CRSINGLE015A00

CRSINGLE013A00 CRSINGLE017A00
Fig. 19 — Electric Heater Power Wiring Connections —
Heat Pump Units, 208/230-3-60 — Greater Than 60 Amps MOCP

CRSINGLE008A00 AND CRSINGLE010A00 AND


CRSINGLE014A00 CRSINGLE016A00
Fig. 20 — Electric Heater Power Wiring Connections —
Heat Pump Units, 460-3-60 and 575-3-60 — Greater Than 60 Amps MOCP

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Table 10 — Electrical Data — High-Efficiency Heat Pump Units — Standard Motor Units
(Without Electrical Convenience Outlet)
MINIMUM UNIT
NOMINAL ELECTRIC POWER
UNIT DISCONNECT
VOLTAGE HEAT* SUPPLY
SIZE SIZE
V-PH-Hz
kW† FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
—/— —/— 25.6/ 25.6 30/ 30** 25/ 25 101/101
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 45.5/ 48.5 50/ 50** 43/ 46 117/120
208/230-1-60 4.9/ 6.5 23.6/27.1 55.1/ 59.5 60/ 60** 52/ 56 125/128
6.5/ 8.7 31.3/36.3 64.7/ 71.0 70/ 80 61/ 67 133/138
7.9/10.5 38.0/43.8 73.1/ 80.4 80/ 90 69/ 75 139/145
9.8/13.0 47.1/54.2 84.5/ 93.4 90/100 79/ 87 148/155††
—/— —/— 18.5/ 18.5 20/ 20** 18/ 18 90/ 90
3.3/ 4.4 9.2/10.6 30.0/ 31.7 30/ 35** 29/ 30 99/101
3 Tons 4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 35.5/ 38.0 40/ 40** 34/ 36 104/106
208/230-3-60
6.5/ 8.7 18.0/20.9 41.0/ 44.6 45/ 45** 39/ 42 108/111
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 45.9/ 50.1 50/ 60** 43/ 47 112/116
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 60.1/ 66.6 70/ 70 57/ 63 124/129
— — 9.0 15** 9 46
6.0 7.2 18.0 20** 17 53
460-3-60 8.8 10.6 22.2 25** 21 57
11.5 13.8 26.2 30** 25 60
14.0 16.8 30.0 30** 28 63
—/— —/— 35.2/ 35.2 40/ 40** 34/ 34 142/142
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 55.1/ 58.1 60/ 60** 52/ 55 158/161
208/230-1-60 6.5/ 8.7 31.3/36.3 74.4/ 80.6 80/ 90 70/ 75 174/179
9.8/13.0 47.1/54.2 94.1/103.0 100/150 88/ 96 189/196††
13.1/17.4 63.0/72.5 114.0/125.9 125/150 106/117 205/215††
15.8/21.0 76.0/87.5 130.2/144.6 150/150 121/134 218/230††
—/— —/— 22.5/ 22.5 25/ 25** 22/ 22 112/112
4 Tons 4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 39.5/ 42.0 45/ 45** 38/ 40 126/128
208/230-3-60 6.5/ 8.7 18.0/20.9 45.0/ 48.6 50/ 50** 43/ 46 130/133
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 64.1/ 70.6 70/ 80 60/ 66 146/151
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 77.4/ 85.6 90/100 72/ 80 156/163
— — 11.9 15** 12 57
6.0 7.2 20.9 25** 20 64
460-3-60 11.5 13.8 29.1 30** 27 70
14.0 16.8 32.9 35** 31 73
23.0 27.7 46.5 50** 43 84
—/— — 46.3/ 46.3 50/ 50** 45/ 45 216/216
4.9/ 6.5 23.6/27.1 75.8/ 80.2 80/ 90 72/ 76 240/243
208/230-1-60 6.5/ 8.7 31.3/36.3 85.4/ 91.7 90/100 81/ 87 247/252††
9.8/16.0 47.1/54.2 105.2/114.1 110/125 99/107 263/270††
13.1/17.4 63.0/72.5 125.1/136.9 150/150 117/128 279/289††
15.8/21.0 76.0/87.5 141.3/155.7 150/175 132/146 292/304††
—/— —/— 28.9/ 28.9 30/ 30** 28/ 28 168/168
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 45.9/ 48.4 50/ 50** 44/ 46 181/183
5 Tons 208/230-3-60 7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 56.3/ 60.6 60/ 70 53/ 57 190/193
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 70.6/ 77.1 80/ 80 67/ 73 201/208
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 83.8/ 92.1 90/100 79/ 86 212/218††
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 97.9/108.7 100/110 92/102 223/232††
— — 14.7 15** 14 84
6.0 7.2 23.7 25** 23 92
460-3-60 11.5 13.8 31.9 35** 30 98
14.0 16.8 35.7 40** 34 101
23.0 27.7 49.3 50** 46 112
25.5 30.7 53.0 60** 50 115
—/— —/— 32.8/ 32.8 35/ 35** 32/ 32 200/200
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 49.8/ 52.3 50/ 60** 47/ 50 214/216
208/230-3-60 7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 60.2/ 64.5 70/ 70 57/ 61 222/225
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 74.5/ 81.0 80/ 90 70/ 76 233/239
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 87.7/ 96.0 90/100 82/ 90 244/251††
6 Tons 19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 101.8/112.6 110/125 95/105 255/264††
— — 15.2 20** 15 92
6.0 7.2 24.2 25** 23 99
460-3-60 11.5 13.8 32.5 35** 31 106
14.0 16.8 36.2 40** 34 109
23.0 27.7 49.8 50** 47 120
25.5 30.7 53.6 60** 50 123
— — 38.2/ 38.2 40/ 40** 40/ 40 242/242
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 65.3/ 69.5 70/ 70** 65/ 69 264/267
208/230-3-60 12.0/16.0 33.3/ 38.5 79.8/ 86.3 80/ 90 79/ 85 275/281††
18.6/24.8 51.6/ 59.7 102.7/112.8 110/125 100/109 294/302††
24.0/32.0 66.6/ 77.0 121.5/134.5 125/150 117/129 309/319††
71/2 Tons 31.8/42.4 88.3/102.0 148.6/165.7 150/175 142/158 330/344††
— — 19.2 20** 20 121
13.9 16.7 40.1 45** 39 138
460-3-60 16.5 19.8 44.0 45** 43 141
27.8 33.4 61.0 70 59 155
33.0 39.7 68.8 70 66 161
41.7 50.2 82.0 90 78 171
— — 56.8/ 56.8 60/ 60** 60/ 60 337/337
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 84.0/ 88.1 90/ 90 85/ 89 358/362††
208/230-3-60 12.0/16.0 33.3/ 38.5 98.5/105.0 100/110 98/104 370/375††
24.0/32.0 66.6/ 77.0 140.1/153.1 150/175 136/148 403/414††
31.8/42.4 88.3/102.0 167.2/184.3 175/200 161/177 425/439††
10 Tons 37.6/50.0 104.4/120.3 187.3/177.1 200/200 180/198 441/457††
— — 28.7 30** 30 170
16.5 19.8 53.5 60** 53 189
460-3-60 27.8 33.4 70.5 80 69 203
33.0 39.7 78.3 80 76 209
41.7 50.2 91.5 100 88 220††
50.0 60.1 88.8 100 99 230††

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Table 11 — Electrical Data — High-Efficiency Heat Pump Units — High-Static Motor Units
(Without Electrical Convenience Outlet)
MINIMUM UNIT
NOMINAL ELECTRIC POWER
UNIT DISCONNECT
VOLTAGE HEAT* SUPPLY
SIZE SIZE
V-PH-Hz
kW† FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
—/— —/— 19.4/ 19.4 20/20 19/ 19 120/120
3.3/ 4.4 9.2/10.6 30.9/ 32.6 35/35 30/ 32 129/130
208/230-3-60 4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 36.4/ 38.9 40/40 35/ 37 133/135
6.5/ 8.7 18.0/20.9 41.9/ 45.5 45/50 40/ 43 138/141
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 46.8/ 51.0 50/60 45/ 48 142/145
3 Tons 12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 61.0/ 67.5 70/70 58/ 64 153/158
— — 9.4 15** 9 60
6.0 7.2 18.4 20** 18 68
460-3-60 8.8 10.6 22.6 25** 22 71
11.5 13.8 26.6 30** 25 74
14.0 16.8 30.4 35** 29 77
—/— —/— 23.4/ 23.4 25/ 25 23/ 23 142/142
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 40.4/ 42.9 45/ 45 39/ 41 155/157
208/230-3-60 6.5/ 8.7 18.0/20.9 45.9/ 49.5 50/ 50 44/ 47 160/163
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 65.0/ 71.5 70/ 80 61/ 67 175/180
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 78.3/ 86.5 80/ 90 73/ 81 186/192††
4 Tons
— — 12.3 15** 12 71
6.0 7.2 21.3 25** 20 78
460-3-60 11.5 13.8 29.5 30** 28 85
14.0 16.8 33.3 35** 31 88
23.0 27.7 46.9 50** 44 99
—/— —/— 30.6/ 30.6 35/ 35 30/ 30 187/187
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 47.6/ 50.1 50/ 60 46/ 48 200/202
208/230-3-60 7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 58.0/ 62.3 60/ 70 55/ 59 209/212
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 72.3/ 78.8 80/ 80 69/ 75 220/225
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 85.5/ 93.8 90/100 81/ 88 231/237**
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 99.6/110.4 100/125 94/104 242/251**
5 Tons
— — 15.5 20** 15 94
6.0 7.2 24.5 25** 23 101
460-3-60 11.5 13.8 32.7 35** 31 108
14.0 16.8 36.5 40** 35 111
23.0 27.7 50.1 60** 47 122
25.5 30.7 53.8 60** 50 125
—/— —/— 34.5/ 34.5 35/ 35 34/ 34 219/219
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 51.5/ 54.0 60/ 60 49/ 52 233/235
208/230-3-60 7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 61.9/ 66.2 70/ 70 59/ 63 241/244
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 76.2/ 82.7 80/ 90 72/ 78 252/258
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 89.4/ 97.7 90/100 84/ 92 263/270**
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 103.5/114.3 110/125 97/107 274/283**
6 Tons
— — 16.0 20** 16 107
6.0 7.2 25.0 25** 24 114
460-3-60 11.5 13.8 33.3 35** 32 120
14.0 16.8 37.0 40** 35 123
23.0 27.7 50.6 60** 47 134
25.5 30.7 54.4 60** 51 137
— — 41.3/ 41.3 45/ 45** 44/ 44 267/267
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 68.4/ 72.6 70/ 80 69/ 73 288/292
208/230-3-60 12.0/16.0 33.3/ 38.5 82.9/ 89.4 90/ 90 82/ 88 300/305††
18.6/24.8 51.6/ 59.7 105.8/115.9 110/125 103/113 318/336††
24.0/32.0 66.6/ 77.0 124.6/137.6 125/150 121/132 333/344††
31.8/42.4 88.3/102.0 151.7/168.8 175/175 145/169 355/369††
71/2 Tons
— — 20.6 25** 22 134
13.9 16.7 41.5 45** 41 150
460-3-60 16.5 19.8 45.4 50** 45 153
27.8 33.4 62.4 70 60 167
33.0 39.7 70.2 80 68 173
41.7 50.2 83.4 90 80 184
— — 61.2/ 61.2 70/ 70 65/ 65 360/360
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 88.4/ 92.5 90/100 90/ 94 382/385††
208/230-3-60 12.0/16.0 33.3/ 38.5 102.9/109.4 110/110 103/109 393/399††
24.0/32.0 66.6/ 77.0 144.5/157.5 150/175 141/153 427/437††
31.8/42.4 88.3/102.0 171.6/188.7 175/200 166/182 448/462††
37.5/50.0 104.4/120.3 191.7/181.5 200/200 185/203 464/480††
10 Tons
— — 31.3 35** 33 181
16.5 19.8 56.1 60** 56 201
460-3-60 27.8 33.4 73.1 80 72 215
33.0 39.7 80.9 90 79 221
41.7 50.2 94.1 100 91 231††
50.0 60.1 96.4 100 102 241††

LEGEND Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60.


FLA — Full Load Amps AB = 452 v
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration BC = 464 v
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps AC = 455 v
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps 452 + 464 + 455
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection Average Voltage =
NEC — National Electrical Code 3

1371
*Heater capacity (kW) is based on heater voltage of 208 v, 240 v, or 480 v. If power distri- =
bution voltage to unit varies from rated heater voltage, heater kW will vary accordingly. 3
†Heaters are field installed only. = 457
**Fuse or HACR circuit breaker. Determine maximum deviation from average voltage.
††Electrical disconnect cannot be used if electric heater is installed. (AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v
(BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v
NOTES: (AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load equip- Maximum deviation is 7 v.
ment (refer to NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent protective device for the Determine percent of voltage imbalance.
unit shall be fuse or HACR breaker.
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage % Voltage Imbalance = 100 x 7
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is greater than 457
2%. Use the following formula to determine the percentage of voltage imbalance. = 1.53%
% Voltage Imbalance This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum allowable
2%.
max voltage deviation from average voltage
= 100 x
average voltage IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2%, contact your local
electric utility company immediately.

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Table 12 — Electrical Data — High-Efficiency Heat Pump Units — Standard Motor Units
(With Electrical Convenience Outlet)
MINIMUM UNIT
NOMINAL ELECTRIC POWER
UNIT DISCONNECT
VOLTAGE HEAT* SUPPLY
SIZE SIZE
V-PH-Hz
kW† FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
—/— — 30.4/ 30.4 35/ 35** 30/ 30 106/106
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 50.3/ 53.3 60/ 60** 49/ 51 122/124
208/230-1-60 4.9/ 6.5 23.6/27.1 59.9/ 64.3 60/ 70 58/ 62 130/133
6.5/ 8.7 31.3/36.3 69.5/ 75.8 70/ 80 66/ 72 137/142
7.9/10.5 38.0/43.8 77.9/ 85.2 80/ 90 74/ 81 144/150††
9.8/13.0 47.1/54.2 89.3/ 98.2 90/100 85/ 93 153/160††
—/— —/— 23.3/ 23.3 25/ 25** 24/ 24 95/ 95
3.3/ 4.4 9.2/10.6 34.8/ 36.5 35/ 40** 34/ 36 104/106
3 Tons 4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 40.3/ 42.8 45/ 45** 39/ 42 109/111
208/230-3-60
6.5/ 8.7 18.0/20.9 45.8/ 49.4 50/ 50** 45/ 48 113/116
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 50.7/ 54.9 60/ 60** 49/ 53 117/120
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 64.9/ 71.4 70/ 80 62/ 68 128/134
— — 11.2 15** 11 48
6.0 7.2 20.2 25** 20 55
460-3-60 8.8 10.6 24.4 25** 24 59
11.5 13.8 28.4 30** 27 62
14.0 16.8 32.2 35** 31 65
—/— —/— 40.0/ 40.0 45/ 45** 39/ 39 147/147
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 59.9/ 62.9 60/ 70 58/ 60 163/165
208/230-1-60 6.5/ 8.7 31.3/36.3 79.2/ 85.4 80/ 90 75/ 81 178/183††
9.8/13.0 47.1/54.2 98.9/107.8 100/110 93/102 194/201††
13.1/17.4 63.0/72.5 118.8/130.7 125/150 112/123 210/220††
15.8/21.0 76.0/87.5 135.0/149.4 150/150 127/140 223/235††
—/— —/— 27.3/ 27.3 30/ 30** 27/ 27 117/117
4 Tons 4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 44.3/ 46.8 45/ 50** 43/ 45 131/133
208/230-3-60 6.5/ 8.7 18.0/20.9 49.8/ 53.4 50/ 60** 48/ 52 135/138
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 68.9/ 75.4 70/ 80 66/ 72 150/156
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 82.2/ 90.4 90/100 78/ 86 161/168††
— — 14.0 15** 14 59
6.0 7.2 23.0 25** 22 66
460-3-60 11.5 13.8 31.3 35** 30 73
14.0 16.8 35.0 40** 33 76
23.0 27.7 48.7 50** 46 86
—/— — 51.1/ 51.1 60/ 60** 50/ 50 221/221
4.9/ 6.5 23.6/27.1 80.6/ 85.0 90/ 90 78/ 82 245/248††
208/230-1-60 6.5/ 8.7 31.3/36.3 90.2/ 96.5 100/100 86/ 92 252/257††
9.8/16.0 47.1/54.2 110.0/118.9 110/125 105/113 268/275††
13.1/17.4 63.0/72.5 129.9/141.7 150/150 123/134 284/293††
15.8/21.0 76.0/87.5 146.1/160.5 150/175 138/151 297/308††
—/— —/— 33.7/ 33.7 35/ 35** 34/ 34 173/173
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 50.7/ 53.2 60/ 60** 49/ 52 186/188
5 Tons 208/230-3-60 7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 61.1/ 65.4 70/ 70 59/ 63 194/198
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 75.4/ 81.9 80/ 90 72/ 78 206/211
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 88.6/ 96.9 90/100 84/ 92 216/223††
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 102.7/113.5 110/125 97/107 228/236††
— — 16.8 20** 17 87
6.0 7.2 25.8 30** 25 94
460-3-60 11.5 13.8 34.1 35** 33 100
14.0 16.8 37.8 40** 36 103
23.0 27.7 51.5 60** 49 114
25.5 30.7 55.2 60** 52 117
—/— —/— 37.6/ 37.6 40/ 40** 37/ 37 205/205
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 54.6/ 57.1 60/ 60** 53/ 55 219/221
208/230-3-60 7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 65.0/ 69.3 70/ 70 63/ 66 227/230
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 79.3/ 85.8 80/ 90 76/ 82 238/243††
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 92.5/100.8 100/110 88/ 95 249/255††
6 Tons 19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 106.6/117.4 110/125 101/111 260/269††
— — 17.4 20** 17 99
6.0 7.2 26.4 30** 26 106
460-3-60 11.5 13.8 34.6 35** 33 113
14.0 16.8 38.4 40** 37 116
23.0 27.7 52.0 60** 49 127
25.5 30.7 55.8 60** 53 130
— — 43.0/ 43.0 45/ 45** 46/ 46 247/247
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 70.1/ 74.3 80/ 80 71/ 75 269/272
12.0/16.0 33.3/ 38.5 84.6/ 91.1 90/100 84/ 90 280/285††
208/230-3-60
18.6/24.8 51.6/ 59.7 107.5/117.6 110/125 105/115 298/307††
24.0/32.0 66.6/ 77.0 126.3/139.3 150/150 122/134 313/324††
71/2 Tons 31.8/42.4 88.3/102.0 153.4/170.5 175/175 147/163 335/349††
— — 21.4 25** 23 123
13.9 16.7 42.3 45** 42 140
16.5 19.8 46.1 50** 46 143
460-3-60
27.8 33.4 63.1 70 61 157
33.0 39.7 71.0 80 68 163
41.7 50.2 84.1 90 80 174
— — 61.6/ 61.6 70/ 70 65/ 65 341/341
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 88.8/ 92.9 90/100 90/ 94 363/366††
12.0/16.0 33.3/ 38.5 103.3/109.8 110/110 104/110 375/380††
208/230-3-60
24.0/32.0 66.6/ 77.0 144.9/157.9 150/175 142/154 408/418††
31.8/42.4 88.3/102.0 172.0/189.1 175/200 167/183 430/443††
10 Tons 37.6/50.0 104.4/120.3 192.1/181.9 200/200 185/204 446/462††
— — 30.9 35** 33 172
16.5 19.8 55.6 60** 55 191
27.8 33.4 72.6 80 71 205
460-3-60
33.0 39.7 80.5 90 78 211
41.7 50.2 93.6 100 90 222††
50.0 60.1 91.0 100 102 232††

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Table 13 — Electrical Data — High-Efficiency Heat Pump Units — High-Static Motor Units
(With Electrical Convenience Outlet)
MINIMUM UNIT
NOMINAL ELECTRIC POWER
UNIT DISCONNECT
VOLTAGE HEAT* SUPPLY
SIZE SIZE
V-PH-Hz
kW† FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
—/— —/— 24.2/ 24.2 25/ 25 25/ 25 124/124
3.3/ 4.4 9.2/10.6 35.7/ 37.4 40/ 40 35/ 37 134/135
208/230-3-60 4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 41.2/ 43.7 45/ 45 40/ 43 138/140
6.5/ 8.7 18.0/20.9 46.7/ 50.3 50/ 60 46/ 49 142/145
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 51.6/ 55.8 60/ 60 50/ 54 146/150
3 Tons 12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 65.8/ 72.3 70/ 80 63/ 69 158/163
— — 11.6 15** 12 63
6.0 7.2 20.6 25** 20 70
460-3-60 8.8 10.6 24.8 25** 24 73
11.5 13.8 28.8 30** 28 76
14.0 16.8 33.6 35** 31 79
—/— —/— 28.2/ 28.2 30/ 30 29/ 29 146/146
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 45.2/ 47.7 50/ 50 44/ 46 160/162
208/230-3-60 6.5/ 8.7 18.0/20.9 50.7/ 54.3 60/ 60 49/ 53 164/167
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 69.8/ 76.3 70/ 80 67/ 73 180/185
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 83.1/ 91.3 90/100 79/ 87 190/197††
4 Tons
— — 14.4 15** 14 73
6.0 7.2 23.4 25** 23 80
460-3-60 11.5 13.8 31.7 35** 30 87
14.0 16.8 35.4 40** 34 90
23.0 27.7 49.1 50** 46 101
—/— —/— 35.4/ 35.4 40/ 40 36/ 36 192/192
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 52.4/ 54.9 60/ 60 51/ 54 205/207
208/230-3-60 7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 62.8/ 67.1 70/ 70 61/ 65 213/217
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 77.1/ 83.6 80/ 90 74/ 80 225/230††
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 90.3/ 98.6 100/100 86/ 94 235/242††
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 104.4/115.2 110/125 99/109 247/255††
5 Tons
— — 17.6 20** 18 96
6.0 7.2 26.6 30** 26 103
460-3-60 11.5 13.8 34.9 35** 34 110
14.0 16.8 38.6 40** 37 113
23.0 27.7 52.3 60** 50 124
25.5 30.7 56.0 60** 53 127
—/— —/— 39.3/ 39.3 40/ 40 39/ 39 224/224
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 56.3/ 58.8 60/ 60 55/ 57 238/240
208/230-3-60 7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 66.7/ 71.0 70/ 80 65/ 68 246/249
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 81.0/ 87.5 90/ 90 78/ 84 257/262††
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 94.2/102.5 100/110 90/ 97 268/274††
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 108.3/119.1 110/125 103/113 279/288††
6 Tons
— — 18.2 20** 18 109
6.0 7.2 27.2 30** 26 116
460-3-60 11.5 13.8 35.4 40** 34 123
14.0 16.8 39.2 40** 37 126
23.0 27.7 52.8 60** 50 136
25.5 30.7 56.6 60** 53 139
— — 46.1/ 46.1 50/ 50** 49/ 49 271/271
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 73.2/ 77.4 80/ 80 74/ 78 293/296
208/230-3-60 12.0/16.0 33.3/ 38.5 87.7/ 94.2 90/100 88/ 94 305/310††
18.6/24.8 51.6/ 59.7 110.6/120.7 125/125 109/118 323/331††
24.0/32.0 66.6/ 77.0 129.4/142.4 150/150 126/138 338/348††
31.8/42.4 88.3/102.0 156.5/173.6 175/175 159/167 360/373††
71/2 Tons
— — 22.8 25** 24 136
13.9 16.7 43.7 45** 44 152
460-3-60 16.5 19.8 47.5 50** 47 155
27.8 33.4 64.5 70 63 169
33.0 39.7 72.4 80 70 175
41.7 50.2 85.5 90 82 186††
— — 66.0/ 66.0 70/ 70 70/ 70 365/365
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 93.2/ 97.3 100/100 95/ 99 387/390††
208/230-3-60 12.0/16.0 33.3/ 38.5 107.7/114.2 110/125 109/115 398/403††
24.0/32.0 66.6/ 77.0 149.3/162.3 150/175 147/159 431/442††
31.8/42.4 88.3/102.0 176.4/193.5 200/200 172/188 453/467††
37.5/50.0 104.4/120.3 196.5/186.3 200/200 190/209 469/485††
10 Tons
— — 33.5 35** 36 183
16.5 19.8 58.2 60** 58 203
460-3-60 27.8 33.4 75.2 80 74 217
33.0 39.7 83.1 90 81 223††
41.7 50.2 96.2 100 93 234††
50.0 60.1 93.6 100 105 243††

LEGEND Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60.


FLA — Full Load Amps AB = 452 v
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration BC = 464 v
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps AC = 455 v
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps 452 + 464 + 455
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection Average Voltage =
NEC — National Electrical Code 3

1371
*Heater capacity (kW) is based on heater voltage of 208 v, 240 v, or 480 v. If power distri- =
bution voltage to unit varies from rated heater voltage, heater kW will vary accordingly. 3
†Heaters are field installed only. = 457
**Fuse or HACR circuit breaker. Determine maximum deviation from average voltage.
††Electrical disconnect cannot be used if electric heater is installed. (AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v
(BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v
NOTES: (AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load equip- Maximum deviation is 7 v.
ment (refer to NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent protective device for the Determine percent of voltage imbalance.
unit shall be fuse or HACR breaker.
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage % Voltage Imbalance = 100 x 7
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is greater than 457
2%. Use the following formula to determine the percentage of voltage imbalance. = 1.53%
% Voltage Imbalance This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum allowable
2%.
max voltage deviation from average voltage
= 100 x
average voltage IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2%, contact your local
electric utility company immediately.

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Table 14 — Electric Heater Usage — High-Efficiency Heat Pump Units

UNIT VOLTAGE ACCESSORY ACCESSORY HEATER SINGLE POINT BOX


PART NUMBER PACKAGE NO.
SIZE (60 Hz) kW CRHEATER---A00 CRSINGLE---A00
3.3/ 4.0/ 4.4 001 —
208/230/240 4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
(single phase) 6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 004
7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 004
9.8/11.6/13.0* 002+002 005
3.3/ 4.0/ 4.4 001 —
3 Tons 208/230/240 4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
(3 phase) 6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 —
7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 —
12.0/14.7/16.0 005 002
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
460/480 8.1/ 8.8 007 —
(3 phase) 10.6/11.5 008 —
12.9/14.0 009 —
3.3/ 4.0/ 4.4 001 —
208/230/240 6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 004
(single phase) 9.8/11.6/13.0* 002+002 005
13.1/16.0/17.4* 003+003 005
16.0/19.3/21.0* 004+004 005
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
4 Tons 208/230/240 6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 —
(3 phase) 12.0/14.7/16.0 005 002
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004+004 003
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
460/480 10.6/11.5 008 —
(3 phase) 12.9/14.0 009 —
21.1/23.0* 008+008 —
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 004
208/230/240 6.6/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 004
(single phase) 9.8/11.6/13.0* 002+002 005
13.1/16.0/17.4* 003+003 005
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004+004 005
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
208/230/240 7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 002
5 Tons (3 phase) 12.0/14.7/16.0 005 002
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004+004 003
19.9/24.3/26.5* 004+005 002
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
460/480 10.6/11.5 008 —
(3 phase) 12.9/14.0 009 —
21.1/23.0* 008+008 —
23.4/25.5* 008+009 —
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
208/230/240 7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 002
(3 phase) 12.0/14.7/16.0 005 002
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004+004 003
19.9/24.3/26.5* 004+005 003
6 Tons
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
460/480 10.6/11.5 008 —
(3 phase) 12.9/14.0 009 —
21.1/23.0* 008+008 —
23.4/25.5* 008+009 —
7.8/ 9.6/10.4 117 007
208/230/240 12.0/14.7/16.0 110 007
(3 phase) 18.6/22.8/24.8 111 009
24.0/29.4/32.0 112 009
31.8/39.0/42.4* 112+117 013
71/2 Tons
12.8/13.9 116 006
460/480 15.2/16.5 113 006
(3 phase) 25.6/27.8 114 008
30.4/33.0 115 008
38.4/41.7* 114+116 —
7.8/ 9.6/10.4 117 012
208/230/240 12.0/14.7/16.0 110 012
(3 phase) 24.0/29.4/32.0 112 015
31.8/39.0/42.4* 112+117 017
37.5/46.2/50.0* 112+110 017
10 Tons
15.2/16.5 113 011
460/480 25.6/27.8 114 014
(3 phase) 30.4/33.0 115 014
38.4/41.7* 114+116 016
46.0/50.0* 115+113 016
*Two heater packages required to provide kW indicated.
NOTES:
1. The rated heater voltage is 240 and 480 v. If power distribution voltage varies from rated heater voltage, heater kW will vary accordingly.
2. To determine heater kW at voltages other than those shown in table, use the following formula:
Heater kWnew = Heater kW rated x (unit power distribution voltage/rated heater voltage)2
As an example:
For a 16 kW heater rated at 240 v with a power distribution voltage of 215 v
kWnew = 16 kW (215/240)2
kWnew = 12.8 kW (rating at 215 v)

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Table 15 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency Heat Pump Units
(Without Convenience Outlet)
ELECTRIC DISCONNECT
POWER SUPPLY
UNIT NOMINAL IFM HEAT* SIZE†
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE Nominal FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
kW**
— — 25.5/ 25.5 30/ 30†† 25/ 25 107/107
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 45.4/ 48.4 50/ 50†† 43/ 46 123/125
4.9/ 6.5 23.6/27.1 55.0/ 59.4 60/ 60†† 52/ 56 131/184
STD
6.5/ 8.7 31.3/36.3 64.6/ 70.9 70/ 80 61/ 66 138/143
7.9/10.5 38.0/43.8 73.0/ 80.3 80/ 90 68/ 75 145/151
9.8/13.0 47.1/54.2 84.4/ 93.3 90/100 79/ 87 154/161***
208/230-1-60
— — 26.9/ 26.9 30/ 30†† 26/ 26 111/111
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 46.8/ 49.8 50/ 50†† 45/ 47 127/130
4.9/ 6.5 23.6/27.1 56.4/ 60.8 60/ 70 53/ 57 135/138
ALT
6.5/ 8.7 31.3/36.3 66.0/ 72.3 70/ 80 62/ 68 143/148
7.9/10.5 38.0/43.8 74.4/ 81.7 80/ 90 70/ 77 149/155
9.8/13.0 47.1/54.2 85.8/ 94.7 90/100 80/ 89 158/166***
— — 17.8/ 17.8 20/ 20†† 17/ 17 86/ 86
3.3/ 4.4 9.2/10.6 29.3/ 31.0 30/ 35†† 28/ 30 95/ 97
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 34.8/ 37.3 35/ 40†† 33/ 35 100/102
STD
6.5/ 8.7 18.0/20.9 40.3/ 43.9 45/ 45†† 38/ 42 104/107
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 45.1/ 49.4 50/ 50†† 43/ 47 108/111
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 59.4/ 65.9 60/ 70 56/ 62 119/124
— — 19.2/ 19.2 20/ 20†† 19/ 19 90/ 90
3.3/ 4.4 9.2/10.6 30.7/ 32.4 35/ 35†† 30/ 31 100/101
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 36.2/ 38.7 40/ 40†† 35/ 37 104/106
208/230-3-60 ALT
6.5/ 8.7 18.0/20.9 41.7/ 45.3 45/ 50†† 40/ 43 108/111
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 46.5/ 50.8 50/ 60†† 44/ 48 112/116
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 60.8/ 67.3 70/ 70 57/ 63 124/129
3 Tons
— — 20.1/ 20.1 25/ 25†† 20/ 20 120/120
3.3/ 4.4 9.2/10.6 31.6/ 33.3 35/ 35†† 31/ 32 129/130
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 37.1/ 39.6 40/ 40†† 36/ 38 133/135
HIGH-STATIC
6.5/ 8.7 18.0/20.9 42.6/ 46.2 45/ 50†† 41/ 44 138/141
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 47.4/ 51.7 50/ 60†† 45/ 49 142/145
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 61.7/ 68.2 70/ 70 58/ 64 153/158
— — 8.1 15†† 8 45
6.0 7.2 17.1 20†† 16 52
STD 8.8 10.6 21.4 25†† 20 55
11.5 13.8 25.4 30†† 24 59
14.0 16.8 29.1 30†† 27 62
— — 8.9 15†† 9 48
6.0 7.2 17.9 20†† 17 55
460-3-60 ALT 8.8 10.6 22.2 25†† 21 59
11.5 13.8 26.2 30†† 25 62
14.0 16.8 29.9 30†† 28 65
— — 9.4 15†† 9 62
6.0 7.2 18.4 20†† 18 70
HIGH-STATIC 8.8 10.6 22.7 25†† 22 73
11.5 13.8 26.7 30†† 25 76
14.0 16.8 30.4 35†† 29 79
STD — — 6.4 15†† 6 35
575-3-60 ALT — — 7.1 15†† 7 37
HIGH-STATIC — — 7.5 15†† 7 49
LEGEND Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60.
FLA — Full Load Amps AB = 452 v
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration BC = 464 v
IFM — Indoor Fan Motor AC = 455 v
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps 452 + 464 + 455
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps Average Voltage =
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection 3
NEC — National Electrical Code
1371
*Heaters are field installed only. =
†Used to determine minimum disconnect size per NEC. 3
**Heater capacity (kW) is based on heater voltage of 208 v, 240 v and 480 v. If power dis- = 457
tribution voltage to unit varies from rated heater voltage, heater kW will vary accord-
ingly. Determine maximum deviation from average voltage.
††Fuse or HACR circuit breaker. (AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v
***Optional disconnect switch is unavailable. (BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v
NOTES: (AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load equipment
(refer to NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent protective device for the unit shall Maximum deviation is 7 v.
be fuse or HACR breaker. Determine percent of voltage imbalance.
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is greater than 2%. % Voltage Imbalance = 100 x 7
Use the following formula to determine the percent of voltage imbalance. 457
% Voltage Imbalance = 1.53%
This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum allowable
max voltage deviation from average voltage
= 100 x 2%.
average voltage
IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2%, contact your local
electric utility company immediately.

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Table 15 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency Heat Pump Units
(Without Convenience Outlet) (cont)
ELECTRIC DISCONNECT
POWER SUPPLY
UNIT NOMINAL IFM HEAT* SIZE†
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE Nominal
FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
kW**
— — 41.4/ 41.4 45/ 45†† 39/ 39 143/143
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 61.3/ 64.3 70/ 70 58/ 60 159/161
6.5/ 8.7 31.3/36.3 80.5/ 86.8 90/ 90 75/ 81 174/179
STD
9.8/13.0 47.1/54.2 100.3/109.1 110/110 93/102 190/197
13.1/17.4 63.0/72.5 120.1/132.0 125/150 112/123 206/215
15.8/21.0 76.0/87.5 136.4/150.8 150/175 127/140 219/230
208/230-1-60
— — 42.8/ 42.8 45/ 45†† 41/ 41 147/147
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 62.7/ 65.7 70/ 70 59/ 62 163/166
6.5/ 8.7 31.3/36.3 81.9/ 88.2 90/ 90 77/ 83 179/184
ALT
9.8/13.0 47.1/54.2 107.7/110.5 110/125 95/103 194/202
13.1/17.4 63.0/72.5 121.5/133.4 125/150 113/124 210/220
15.8/21.0 76.0/87.5 137.8/152.2 150/175 128/141 223/235
— — 26.0/ 26.0 30/ 30†† 25/ 25 102/102
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 43.0/ 45.5 45/ 50†† 41/ 43 115/117
STD 6.5/ 8.7 18.0/20.9 48.5/ 52.1 50/ 60†† 46/ 49 120/123
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 67.6/ 74.1 70/ 80 63/ 69 135/140
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 80.9/ 89.1 90/ 90 76/ 83 146/152
— — 27.4/ 27.4 30/ 30†† 27/ 27 106/106
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 44.4/ 46.9 45/ 50†† 42/ 45 120/122
208/230-3-60 ALT 6.5/ 8.7 18.0/20.9 49.9/ 53.5 50/ 60†† 47/ 51 124/127
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 69.0/ 75.5 70/ 80 65/ 71 140/145
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 82.3/ 90.5 90/100 77/ 85 150/157
4 Tons — — 28.3/ 28.3 30/ 30†† 28/ 28 136/136
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 45.3/ 47.8 50/ 50†† 43/ 46 149/151
HIGH-STATIC 6.5/ 8.7 18.0/20.9 50.8/ 54.4 60/ 60†† 48/ 52 154/157
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 69.9/ 76.4 70/ 80 66/ 72 169/174
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 83.2/ 91.4 90/100 78/ 86 180/186***
— — 13.1 15†† 13 56
6.0 7.2 22.1 25†† 21 63
STD 11.5 13.8 30.4 35†† 29 70
14.0 16.8 34.1 35†† 32 73
23.0 27.7 47.7 50†† 45 84
— — 13.4 15†† 13 58
6.0 7.2 22.4 25†† 21 65
460-3-60 ALT 11.5 13.8 30.7 35†† 29 72
14.0 16.8 34.4 35†† 32 75
23.0 27.7 48.0 50†† 45 86
— — 13.9 15†† 14 72
6.0 7.2 22.9 25†† 22 80
HIGH-STATIC 11.5 13.8 31.2 35†† 29 86
14.0 16.8 34.9 35†† 33 89
23.0 27.7 48.5 50†† 45 100
STD — — 10.5 15†† 10 42
575-3-60 ALT — — 10.7 15†† 10 43
HIGH-STATIC — — 11.1 15†† 11 55
— — 40.8/ 40.8 45/ 45†† 39/ 39 184/184
4.9/ 6.5 23.6/27.1 70.3/ 74.7 80/ 80 66/ 70 208/211
6.5/ 8.7 31.3/36.3 79.9/ 86.2 80/ 90 75/ 81 215/220***
STD
9.8/13.0 47.1/54.2 99.7/108.5 100/110 93/102 231/238***
13.1/17.4 63.0/72.5 119.5/131.4 125/150 112/123 247/257***
15.8/21.0 76.0/87.5 135.8/150.2 150/175 127/140 260/272***
208/230-1-60
— — 48.5/ 48.5 50/ 50†† 48/ 48 222/222
4.9/ 6.5 23.6/27.1 78.0/ 82.4 80/ 90 75/ 79 246/249
6.5/ 8.7 31.3/36.3 87.6/ 93.9 90/100 84/ 90 253/258***
ALT
9.8/13.0 47.1/54.2 107.4/116.2 110/125 102/110 269/276***
13.1/17.4 63.0/72.5 127.2/139.1 150/150 121/131 285/294***
15.8/21.0 76.0/87.5 143.5/157.9 150/175 135/149 298/309***
— — 26.7/ 26.7 30/ 30†† 26/ 26 138/138
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 43.7/ 46.2 45/ 50†† 42/ 44 152/154
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 54.0/ 58.3 60/ 60†† 51/ 55 160/163
STD
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 68.3/ 74.8 70/ 80 65/ 70 171/177
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 81.5/ 89.8 90/ 90 77/ 84 182/189***
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 95.7/106.4 100/110 90/100 193/202***
— — 26.6/ 26.6 30/ 30†† 26/ 26 169/169
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 43.6/ 46.1 45/ 50†† 42/ 44 182/184
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 53.9/ 58.2 60/ 60 51/ 55 191/194
208/230-3-60 ALT
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 68.2/ 74.7 70/ 80 64/ 70 202/207
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 81.4/ 89.7 90/ 90 77/ 84 213/219***
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 95.6/106.3 100/110 90/ 99 224/233***
— — 28.3/ 28.3 30/ 30†† 28/ 28 188/188
5 Tons 4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 45.3/ 47.8 50/ 50†† 44/ 46 201/203
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 55.6/ 59.9 60/ 60†† 53/ 57 210/213
HIGH-STATIC
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 69.9/ 76.4 70/ 80 66/ 72 221/226
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 83.1/ 91.4 90/100 79/ 86 232/238***
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 97.3/108.0 100/110 92/101 243/252***
— — 13.6 15†† 13 67
6.0 7.2 22.6 25†† 22 75
11.5 13.8 30.9 35†† 29 81
STD
14.0 16.8 34.6 35†† 33 84
23.0 27.7 48.3 50†† 45 95
25.5 30.7 52.0 60†† 49 98
— — 13.0 15†† 13 82
6.0 7.2 22.0 25†† 21 89
11.5 13.8 30.3 35†† 29 96
460-3-60 ALT
14.0 16.8 34.0 35†† 32 99
23.0 27.7 47.7 50†† 45 110
25.5 30.7 51.4 60†† 48 113
— — 13.8 15†† 14 92
6.0 7.2 22.8 25†† 22 99
11.5 13.8 31.1 35†† 30 105
HIGH-STATIC
14.0 16.8 34.8 35†† 33 108
23.0 27.7 48.5 50†† 46 119
25.5 30.7 52.2 60†† 49 122
STD — — 11.0 15†† 11 56
575-3-60 ALT — — 10.5 15†† 10 67
HIGH-STATIC — — 11.1 15†† 11 75

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Table 15 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency Heat Pump Units
(Without Convenience Outlet) (cont)
DISCONNECT
ELECTRIC HEAT* POWER SUPPLY SIZE†
UNIT NOMINAL IFM
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE Nominal
FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
kW**
— — 35.6/ 35.6 40/ 40†† 34/ 34 190/190
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 52.6/ 55.1 60/ 60†† 50/ 52 204/206
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 63.0/ 67.2 70/ 70 60/ 63 212/215
STD
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 77.2/ 83.7 80/ 90 73/ 79 223/229
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 90.5/ 98.7 100/100 85/ 92 234/241***
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 104.6/115.3 110/125 98/108 245/254***
208/230-3-60
— — 37.3/ 37.3 40/ 40†† 36/ 36 209/209
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 54.3/ 56.8 60/ 60†† 52/ 54 223/225
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 64.7/ 68.9 70/ 70 62/ 65 231/234
HIGH-STATIC
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 78.9/ 85.4 80/ 90 75/ 81 242/248***
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 92.2/100.4 100/110 87/ 94 253/260***
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 106.3/117.0 110/125 100/110 264/273***
— — 17.6 20†† 17 95
6 Tons
6.0 7.2 26.6 30†† 25 102
11.5 13.8 34.8 35†† 33 109
STD
14.0 16.8 38.6 40†† 36 112
23.0 27.7 52.2 60†† 49 123
25.5 30.7 55.9 60†† 52 126
460-3-60
— — 18.4 20†† 18 105
6.0 7.2 27.4 30†† 26 112
11.5 13.8 35.6 40†† 34 118
HIGH-STATIC
14.0 16.8 39.4 40†† 37 121
23.0 27.7 53.0 60†† 50 132
25.5 30.7 56.7 60†† 53 135
STD — — 14.0 15†† 14 76
575-3-60
HIGH-STATIC — — 14.7 15†† 14 84
LEGEND Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60.
FLA — Full Load Amps AB = 452 v
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration BC = 464 v
IFM — Indoor Fan Motor AC = 455 v
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps 452 + 464 + 455
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps Average Voltage =
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection 3
NEC — National Electrical Code
1371
=
*Heaters are field installed only. 3
†Used to determine minimum disconnect size per NEC.
**Heater capacity (kW) is based on heater voltage of 208 v, 240 v and 480 v. = 457
If power distribution voltage to unit varies from rated heater voltage, heater Determine maximum deviation from average voltage.
kW will vary accordingly. (AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v
††Fuse or HACR circuit breaker. (BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v
***Optional disconnect switch is unavailable. (AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v
NOTES: Maximum deviation is 7 v.
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load
equipment (refer to NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent protective Determine percent of voltage imbalance.
device for the unit shall be fuse or HACR breaker. 7
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage % Voltage Imbalance = 100 x
457
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is
greater than 2%. Use the following formula to determine the percent of volt- = 1.53%
age imbalance. This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum
% Voltage Imbalance allowable 2%.
max voltage deviation from average voltage
= 100 x IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2%, con-
average voltage tact your local electric utility company immediately.

45
Table 15 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency Heat Pump Units
(Without Convenience Outlet) (cont)
DISCONNECT
ELECTRIC HEAT* POWER SUPPLY
UNIT NOMINAL IFM SIZE†
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE Nominal
FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
kW**
— — 38.8/ 38.8 40/ 40†† 41/ 41 229/229
7.8/10.5 21.7/ 25.0 65.9/ 70.0 70/ 70 66/ 69 251/254
12.0/16.0 33.3/ 38.5 80.4/ 86.9 90/ 90 79/ 85 262/268***
STD
18.6/24.8 51.6/ 59.7 103.3/113.4 110/125 100/109 281/289***
24.0/32.0 66.6/ 77.0 122.0/135.0 125/150 117/129 296/306***
31.8/42.4 88.3/102.0 149.1/166.3 150/175 142/158 317/331***
208/230-3-60
— — 43.6/ 43.6 45/ 45†† 46/ 46 273/273
7.8/10.5 21.7/ 25.0 70.7/ 74.8 80/ 80 71/ 75 294/298
12.0/16.0 33.3/ 38.5 85.2/ 91.7 90/100 85/ 91 306/311***
HIGH-STATIC
18.6/24.8 51.6/ 59.7 108.1/118.2 110/125 106/115 324/332***
24.0/32.0 66.6/ 77.0 126.8/139.8 150/150 123/135 339/350***
31.8/42.4 88.3/102.0 153.9/171.1 175/175 148/164 361/375***
— — 19.1 20†† 20 108
14.0 16.7 40.0 40†† 39 124
16.5 19.8 43.8 45†† 43 128
71/2 Tons STD
27.8 33.4 60.8 70 58 141
33.0 39.7 68.7 70 66 147
41.7 50.2 81.8 90 78 158
460-3-60
— — 21.3 25†† 23 130
14.0 16.7 42.2 45†† 42 146
16.5 19.8 46.0 50†† 45 149
HIGH-STATIC
27.8 33.4 63.0 70 61 163
33.0 39.7 70.9 80 68 169
41.7 50.2 84.0 90 80 180***
— — 15.4 20†† 16 97
STD 17.0 17.1 36.7 40†† 36 114
34.0 34.1 58.0 60†† 55 131
575-3-60
— — 17.1 20†† 18 114
HIGH-STATIC 17.0 17.1 38.5 40†† 38 132
34.0 34.1 59.7 60†† 57 149
— — 44.6/ 44.6 45/ 45†† 47/ 47 321/321
7.8/10.5 21.7/ 25.0 71.7/ 75.9 80/ 80 72/ 75 343/346
12.0/16.0 33.3/ 38.5 86.2/ 92.7 90/100 85/ 91 354/360***
STD
18.6/24.8 51.6/ 59.7 109.1/119.2 110/125 106/115 373/381***
24.0/32.0 66.6/ 77.0 127.9/140.9 150/150 123/135 388/398***
31.8/42.4 88.3/102.0 155.0/172.1 175/175 148/164 409/428***
208/230-3-60
— — 49.4/ 49.4 50/ 50†† 52/ 52 365/365
7.8/10.5 21.7/ 25.0 76.5/ 80.7 80/ 90 77/ 81 386/390***
12.0/16.0 33.3/ 38.5 91.0/ 97.5 100/100 91/ 96 398/403***
HIGH-STATIC
18.6/24.8 51.6/ 59.7 113.9/124.0 125/125 112/121 416/424***
24.0/32.0 66.6/ 77.0 132.7/145.7 150/150 129/141 431/442***
31.8/42.4 88.3/102.0 159.8/176.9 175/200 154/170 453/467***
— — 22.7 25†† 24 162
14.0 16.7 43.6 45†† 43 178
16.5 19.8 47.4 50†† 46 182
81/2 Tons STD
27.8 33.4 64.4 70 62 195
33.0 39.7 72.3 80 69 201
41.7 50.2 85.4 90 81 212***
460-3-60
— — 24.9 25†† 26 184
14.0 16.7 45.8 50†† 45 200
16.5 19.8 49.6 50†† 49 203
HIGH-STATIC
27.8 33.4 66.6 70 65 217
33.0 39.7 74.5 80 72 223
41.7 50.2 87.6 90 84 234***
— — 17.6 20†† 18 135
STD 17.0 17.1 39.0 40†† 38 152
34.0 34.1 60.2 70†† 58 169
575-3-60
— — 19.4 20†† 20 152
HIGH-STATIC 17.0 17.1 40.7 45†† 40 170
34.0 34.1 62.0 70 60 187

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Table 15 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency Heat Pump Units
(Without Convenience Outlet) (cont)
DISCONNECT
ELECTRIC HEAT* POWER SUPPLY
UNIT NOMINAL IFM SIZE†
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE Nominal
FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
kW**
— — 47.3/ 47.3 50/ 50†† 49/ 49 295/295
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 74.4/ 78.6 80/ 80 74/ 78 317/320
12.0/16.0 33.3/ 38.5 88.9/ 95.4 90/100 88/ 94 328/334***
STD
24.0/32.0 66.6/ 77.0 130.6/143.6 150/150 126/138 362/372***
31.8/42.4 88.3/102.0 157.7/174.8 175/175 151/167 383/397***
37.6/50.0 104.4/120.3 177.8/167.6 200/175 170/188 399/415***
— — 49.0/ 49.0 50/ 50†† 51/ 51 314/314
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 76.1/ 80.8 80/ 90 76/ 80 336/389***
12.0/16.0 33.3/ 38.5 90.6/ 97.1 100/100 90/ 96 347/353***
208/230-3-60 ALT
24.0/32.0 66.6/ 77.0 132.3/145.3 150/150 128/140 381/391***
31.8/42.4 88.3/102.0 159.4/176.5 175/200 153/169 402/416***
37.6/50.0 104.4/120.3 179.5/169.3 200/200 171/190 418/434***
— — 56.5/ 56.5 60/ 60†† 60/ 60 362/362
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 83.6/ 87.8 90/ 90 85/ 89 384/387***
12.0/16.0 33.3/ 38.5 98.1/104.6 100/110 98/104 395/401***
HIGH-STATIC
24.0/32.0 66.6/ 77.0 139.8/152.8 150/175 137/149 429/439***
31.8/42.4 88.3/102.0 166.9/184.0 175/200 162/177 450/464***
37.6/50.0 104.4/120.3 187.0/176.8 200/200 180/198 466/482***
— — 23.4 25†† 24 143
16.5 19.8 48.1 50†† 47 163
27.8 33.4 65.1 70 63 176
STD
33.0 39.7 73.0 80 70 183
41.7 50.2 86.1 90 82 193***
50.0 60.1 83.5 90 93 203***
10 Tons
— — 24.2 25†† 25 182
16.5 19.8 48.9 50†† 48 202
27.8 33.4 65.9 70 64 216
460-3-60 ALT
33.0 39.7 73.8 80 71 222
41.7 50.2 86.9 90 83 233***
50.0 60.1 84.3 90 94 243***
— — 28.2 30†† 30 176
16.5 19.8 52.9 60†† 53 196
27.8 33.4 69.9 70 68 210
HIGH-STATIC
33.0 39.7 77.8 80 76 216
41.7 50.2 90.9 100 88 227***
50.0 60.1 88.3 100 99 237***
— — 18.7 20†† 20 118
17.0 17.1 40.1 45†† 39 135
STD
34.0 34.1 61.4 70 59 152
51.0 51.2 69.9 70 78 169
— — 19.4 20†† 20 149
17.0 17.1 40.7 45†† 40 166
575-3-60 ALT
34.0 34.1 62.0 70 60 183
51.0 51.2 70.6 80 79 201***
— — 22.6 25†† 24 145
17.0 17.1 43.9 45†† 44 162
HIGH-STATIC
34.0 34.1 65.2 70 63 179
51.0 51.2 73.8 80 83 196***
LEGEND Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60.
FLA — Full Load Amps AB = 452 v
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration BC = 464 v
IFM — Indoor Fan Motor AC = 455 v
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps 452 + 464 + 455
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps Average Voltage =
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection 3
NEC — National Electrical Code
1371
=
*Heaters are field installed only. 3
†Used to determine minimum disconnect size per NEC.
**Heater capacity (kW) is based on heater voltage of 208 v, 240 v and 480 v. = 457
If power distribution voltage to unit varies from rated heater voltage, heater Determine maximum deviation from average voltage.
kW will vary accordingly. (AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v
††Fuse or HACR circuit breaker. (BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v
***Optional disconnect switch is unavailable. (AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v
NOTES: Maximum deviation is 7 v.
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load
equipment (refer to NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent protective Determine percent of voltage imbalance.
device for the unit shall be fuse or HACR breaker. 7
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage % Voltage Imbalance = 100 x
457
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is
greater than 2%. Use the following formula to determine the percent of volt- = 1.53%
age imbalance. This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum
% Voltage Imbalance allowable 2%.
max voltage deviation from average voltage
= 100 x IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2%, con-
average voltage tact your local electric utility company immediately.

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Table 16 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency Heat Pump Units
(With Convenience Outlet)
ELECTRIC DISCONNECT
POWER SUPPLY
UNIT NOMINAL IFM HEAT* SIZE†
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE Nominal FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
kW**
— — 30.3/ 30.3 35/ 35†† 30/ 30 112/112
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 50.2/ 53.2 60/ 60†† 48/ 51 128/130
4.9/ 6.5 23.6/27.1 59.8/ 64.2 60/ 70 57/ 61 135/139
STD
6.5/ 8.7 31.3/36.3 69.4/ 75.7 70/ 80 66/ 72 143/148
7.9/10.5 38.0/43.8 77.8/ 85.1 80/ 90 74/ 81 150/156***
9.8/13.0 47.1/54.2 89.2/ 98.1 90/100 84/ 92 159/166***
208/230-1-60
— — 31.7/ 31.7 35/ 35†† 32/ 32 116/116
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 51.6/ 54.6 60/ 60†† 50/ 53 132/134
4.9/ 6.5 23.6/27.1 61.2/ 65.6 70/ 70 59/ 63 140/143
ALT
6.5/ 8.7 31.3/36.3 70.8/ 77.1 80/ 80 68/ 73 147/152
7.9/10.5 38.0/43.8 79.2/ 86.5 80/ 90 75/ 82 154/160***
9.8/13.0 47.1/54.2 90.6/ 99.5 100/110 86/ 94 163/170***
— — 22.6/ 22.6 25/ 25†† 23/ 23 91/ 91
3.3/ 4.4 9.2/10.6 34.1/ 35.8 35/ 40†† 34/ 35 100/101
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 39.6/ 42.1 40/ 45†† 39/ 41 104/106
STD
8.5/ 8.7 18.0/20.9 45.1/ 48.7 50/ 50†† 44/ 47 109/112
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 49.9/ 54.2 50/ 60†† 48/ 52 113/116
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 64.2/ 70.7 70/ 80†† 61/ 67 124/129
— — 24.0/ 24.0 30/ 30†† 25/ 25 95/ 95
3.3/ 4.4 9.2/10.6 35.5/ 37.2 40/ 40†† 35/ 37 104/106
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 41.0/ 43.5 45/ 45†† 40/ 43 109/111
208/230-3-60 ALT
6.5/ 8.7 18.0/20.9 46.5/ 50.1 50/ 60†† 45/ 49 113/116
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 51.3/ 55.6 60/ 60†† 50/ 54 117/120
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 65.6/ 72.1 70/ 80 63/ 69 128/134
3 Tons
— — 24.9/ 24.9 25/ 25†† 26/ 26 125/125
3.3/ 4.4 9.2/10.6 36.4/ 38.1 40/ 40†† 36/ 38 134/135
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 41.9/ 44.4 45/ 45†† 41/ 44 138/140
HIGH-STATIC
6.5/ 8.7 18.0/20.9 47.4/ 51.0 50/ 60†† 46/ 50 143/145
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 52.2/ 56.5 60/ 60†† 51/ 55 146/150
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 66.5/ 73.0 70/ 80 64/ 70 158/163
— — 10.3 15†† 10 47
6.0 7.2 19.3 20†† 19 54
STD 8.8 10.6 23.5 25†† 23 58
11.5 13.8 27.5 30†† 26 61
14.0 16.8 31.3 35†† 30 64
— — 11.1 15†† 11 50
6.0 7.2 20.1 25†† 20 57
460-3-60 ALT 8.8 10.6 24.3 25†† 24 61
11.5 13.8 28.3 30†† 27 64
14.0 16.8 32.1 35†† 31 67
— — 11.6 15†† 12 65
6.0 7.2 20.6 25†† 20 72
HIGH-STATIC 8.8 10.6 24.8 25†† 24 75
11.5 13.8 28.8 30†† 28 78
14.0 16.8 32.6 35†† 31 81
STD — — 8.2 15†† 8 37
575-3-60 ALT — — 8.8 15†† 9 39
HIGH-STATIC — — 9.2 15†† 9 51
— — 46.2/ 46.2 50/ 50†† 45/ 45 148/148
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 66.1/ 69.1 70/ 70 63/ 66 163/166
6.5/ 8.7 31.3/36.3 85.3/ 91.6 90/100 81/ 86 179/184
STD
9.8/13.0 47.1/54.2 105.1/113.9 110/125 99/107 195/202
13.1/17.4 63.0/72.5 124.1/136.8 125/150 117/128 211/220
15.8/21.0 76.0/87.5 141.2/155.6 150/175 132/145 224/235
208/230-1-60
— — 47.6/ 47.6 50/ 50†† 46/ 46 152/152
3.3/ 4.4 15.9/18.3 67.5/ 70.5 70/ 80 65/ 67 168/170
6.5/ 8.7 31.3/36.3 86.7/ 93.0 90/100 82/ 88 183/188
ALT
9.8/13.0 47.1/54.2 106.5/115.3 110/125 101/109 199/206
13.1/17.4 63.0/72.5 126.3/138.2 150/150 119/130 215/225
15.8/21.0 76.0/87.5 142.6/157.0 150/175 134/147 228/240
— — 30.8/ 30.8 35/ 35†† 31/ 31 107/107
4 Tons 4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 47.8/ 50.3 50/ 60†† 46/ 49 120/122
STD 6.5/ 8.7 18.0/20.9 53.3/ 56.9 60/ 60†† 51/ 55 125/127
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 72.4/ 78.9 80/ 80 69/ 75 140/145
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 85.7/ 93.9 90/100 81/ 89 150/157
— — 32.2/ 32.2 35/ 35†† 32/ 32 111/111
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 49.2/ 51.7 50/ 60†† 48/ 50 125/127
208/230-3-60 ALT 6.5/ 8.7 18.0/20.9 54.7/ 58.3 60/ 60†† 53/ 56 129/132
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 73.8/ 80.3 80/ 90 71/ 76 144/150
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 87.1/ 95.3 90/100 83/ 90 155/162
— — 33.1/ 33.1 35/ 35†† 33/ 33 141/141
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 50.1/ 52.6 60/ 60†† 49/ 51 154/156
HIGH-STATIC 6.5/ 8.7 18.0/20.9 55.6/ 59.2 60/ 60†† 54/ 57 159/161
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 74.7/ 81.2 80/ 90 72/ 78 174/179
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 88.0/ 96.2 90/100 84/ 91 184/191***

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Table 16 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency Heat Pump Units
(With Convenience Outlet) (cont)
ELECTRIC DISCONNECT
POWER SUPPLY
UNIT NOMINAL IFM HEAT* SIZE†
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE Nominal
FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
kW**
— — 15.3 20†† 15 58
6.0 7.2 24.3 25†† 23 66
STD 11.5 13.8 32.5 35†† 31 72
14.0 16.8 36.3 40†† 34 75
23.0 27.7 49.9 50†† 47 86
— — 15.6 20†† 15 60
6.0 7.2 24.6 25†† 24 67
460-3-60 ALT 11.5 13.8 32.8 35†† 31 74
4 Tons 14.0 16.8 36.6 40†† 35 77
(cont) 23.0 27.7 50.2 60†† 47 88
— — 16.1 20†† 16 75
6.0 7.2 25.1 30†† 24 82
HIGH-STATIC 11.5 13.8 33.3 35†† 32 88
14.0 16.8 37.1 40†† 35 91
23.0 27.7 50.7 60†† 48 102
STD — — 12.2 15†† 12 44
575-3-60 ALT — — 12.4 15†† 12 45
HIGH-STATIC — — 12.8 15†† 13 57
— — 45.6/ 45.6 50/ 50†† 45/ 45 189/189
4.9/ 6.5 23.6/27.1 75.1/ 79.5 80/ 80 72/ 76 213/216
6.5/ 8.7 31.3/36.3 84.7/ 91.0 90/100 81/ 86 220/225***
STD
9.8/13.0 47.1/54.2 104.3/113.3 110/125 99/107 236/243***
13.1/17.4 63.0/72.5 124.3/136.2 125/150 117/128 252/261***
15.8/21.0 76.0/87.5 140.6/155.0 150/175 132/145 265/276***
208/230-1-60
— — 48.5/ 48.5 50/ 50†† 48/ 48 222/222
4.9/ 6.5 23.6/27.1 78.0/ 82.4 80/ 90 75/ 79 246/249
6.5/ 8.7 31.3/36.3 87.6/ 93.9 90/100 84/ 90 253/258***
ALT
9.8/13.0 47.1/54.2 107.4/116.2 110/125 102/110 269/276***
13.1/17.4 63.0/72.5 127.2/139.1 150/150 121/131 285/294***
15.8/21.0 76.0/87.5 143.5/157.9 150/175 135/149 298/309***
— — 31.5/ 31.5 35/ 40†† 32/ 32 143/143
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 48.5/ 51.0 50/ 60†† 47/ 50 157/159
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 58.8/ 63.1 60/ 70 57/ 61 165/168
5 Tons STD
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 73.1/ 79.6 80/ 90 70/ 76 176/181
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 86.3/ 94.6 90/100 82/ 90 187/193***
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 100.5/111.2 110/125 95/105 198/207***
— — 31.4/ 31.4 35/ 35†† 32/ 32 174/174
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 48.4/ 50.9 50/ 60†† 47/ 50 187/189
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 58.7/ 63.0 60/ 70 57/ 61 195/199
208/230-3-60 ALT
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 73.0/ 79.5 80/ 80 70/ 76 207/212
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 86.2/ 94.5 90/100 82/ 90 217/224***
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 100.4/111.1 110/125 95/105 229/237***
— — 33.1/ 33.1 35/ 35†† 34/ 34 193/193
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 50.1/ 52.6 60/ 60†† 49/ 52 206/208
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 60.4/ 64.7 70/ 70 59/ 63 214/218
HIGH-STATIC
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 74.7/ 81.2 80/ 80 72/ 78 226/231
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 87.9/ 96.2 90/100 84/ 92 236/243***
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 102.1/112.8 110/125 97/107 248/256***
LEGEND Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60.
FLA — Full Load Amps AB = 452 v
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration BC = 464 v
IFM — Indoor Fan Motor AC = 455 v
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps 452 + 464 + 455
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps Average Voltage =
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection 3
NEC — National Electrical Code
1371
=
*Heaters are field installed only. 3
†Used to determine minimum disconnect size per NEC.
**Heater capacity (kW) is based on heater voltage of 208 v, 240 v and 480 v. = 457
If power distribution voltage to unit varies from rated heater voltage, heater Determine maximum deviation from average voltage.
kW will vary accordingly. (AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v
††Fuse or HACR circuit breaker. (BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v
***Optional disconnect switch is unavailable. (AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v
NOTES: Maximum deviation is 7 v.
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load
equipment (refer to NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent protective Determine percent of voltage imbalance.
device for the unit shall be fuse or HACR breaker. 7
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage % Voltage Imbalance = 100 x
457
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is
greater than 2%. Use the following formula to determine the percent of volt- = 1.53%
age imbalance. This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum
% Voltage Imbalance allowable 2%.
max voltage deviation from average voltage
= 100 x IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2%, con-
average voltage tact your local electric utility company immediately.

49
Table 16 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency Heat Pump Units
(With Convenience Outlet) (cont)
ELECTRIC DISCONNECT
HEAT* POWER SUPPLY SIZE†
UNIT NOMINAL IFM
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE Nominal
kW** FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
— — 15.8 20†† 16 70
6.0 7.2 24.8 25†† 24 77
11.5 13.8 33.1 35†† 32 83
STD
14.0 16.8 36.8 40†† 35 86
23.0 27.7 50.4 60†† 48 97
25.5 30.7 54.2 60†† 51 100
— — 15.2 20†† 15 84
6.0 7.2 24.2 25†† 24 91
11.5 13.8 32.5 35†† 31 98
460-3-60 ALT
14.0 16.8 36.2 40†† 35 101
5 Tons
23.0 27.7 49.8 60†† 47 112
(cont)
25.5 30.7 53.6 60†† 51 115
— — 16.0 20†† 16 94
6.0 7.2 25.0 25†† 24 101
11.5 13.8 33.3 35†† 32 107
HIGH-STATIC
14.0 16.8 37.0 40†† 36 110
23.0 27.7 50.6 60†† 48 121
25.5 30.7 54.4 60†† 51 124
STD — — 12.7 15†† 13 57
575-3-60 ALT — — 12.2 15†† 12 69
HIGH-STATIC — — 12.9 15†† 13 77
— — 40.4/ 40.4 45/ 45†† 40/ 40 195/195
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 57.4/ 59.9 60/ 60†† 56/ 58 208/211
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 67.8/ 72.0 70/ 80 65/ 69 217/220
STD
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 82.0/ 88.5 90/ 90 78/ 84 228/233***
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 95.3/103.5 100/110 90/ 98 239/245***
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 109.4/120.1 110/125 103/113 250/259***
208/230-3-60
— — 42.1/ 42.1 45/ 45†† 42/ 42 214/214
4.9/ 6.5 13.6/15.6 59.1/ 61.6 60/ 70 58/ 60 227/229
7.9/10.5 21.9/25.3 69.5/ 73.7 70/ 80 67/ 71 236/239
HIGH-STATIC
12.0/16.0 33.3/38.5 83.7/ 90.2 90/100 80/ 86 247/252***
15.8/21.0 43.9/50.5 97.0/105.2 100/110 92/100 258/264***
19.9/26.5 55.2/63.8 111.1/121.8 125/125 105/115 269/278***
— — 19.7 20†† 19 97
6 Tons
6.0 7.2 28.7 30†† 28 104
11.5 13.8 37.0 40†† 35 111
STD
14.0 16.8 40.7 45†† 39 114
23.0 27.7 54.4 60†† 51 125
25.5 30.7 58.1 60†† 55 128
460-3-60
— — 20.5 25†† 20 107
6.0 7.2 29.5 30†† 29 114
11.5 13.8 37.8 40†† 36 121
HIGH-STATIC
14.0 16.8 41.5 45†† 40 124
23.0 27.7 55.2 60†† 52 134
25.5 30.7 58.9 60†† 56 137
STD — — 15.8 20†† 16 78
575-3-60
HIGH-STATIC — — 16.4 20†† 16 85

50
Table 16 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency Heat Pump Units
(With Convenience Outlet) (cont)
ELECTRIC DISCONNECT
POWER SUPPLY
UNIT NOMINAL IFM HEAT* SIZE†
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE Nominal
kW** FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
— — 43.6/ 43.6 45/ 45†† 46/ 46 234/234
7.8/10.5 21.7/ 25.0 70.7/ 74.8 80/ 80 71/ 75 256/259
12.0/16.0 33.3/ 38.5 85.2/ 91.7 90/100 85/ 91 267/272***
STD
18.6/24.8 51.6/ 59.7 108.1/118.2 110/125 106/115 285/294***
24.0/32.0 66.6/ 77.0 126.8/139.8 150/150 123/135 300/311***
31.8/42.4 88.3/102.0 153.9/171.1 175/175 148/164 322/336***
208/230-3-60
— — 48.4/ 48.4 50/ 50†† 52/ 52 277/277
7.8/10.5 21.7/ 25.0 75.5/ 79.6 80/ 80 77/ 81 299/302***
12.0/16.0 33.3/ 38.5 90.0/ 96.5 90/100 90/ 96 311/316***
HIGH-STATIC
18.6/24.8 51.6/ 59.7 112.9/123.0 125/125 111/120 329/337***
24.0/32.0 66.6/ 77.0 131.6/144.6 150/150 128/140 344/354***
31.8/42.4 88.3/102.0 158.7/175.9 175/200 153/169 366/379***
— — 21.3 25†† 23 110
14.0 16.7 42.1 45†† 42 127
16.5 19.8 46.0 50†† 45 130
71/2 Tons STD
27.8 33.4 63.0 70 61 143
33.0 39.7 70.9 80 68 150
41.7 50.2 84.0 90 80 160***
460-3-60
— — 23.5 25†† 25 132
14.0 16.7 44.3 45†† 44 148
16.5 19.8 48.2 50†† 48 151
HIGH-STATIC
27.8 33.4 65.2 70 63 165
33.0 39.7 73.1 80 71 171
41.7 50.2 86.2 90 83 182***
— — 17.1 20†† 18 99
STD 17.0 17.1 38.5 40†† 38 116
34.0 34.1 59.7 60†† 57 133
575-3-60
— — 18.9 20†† 20 116
HIGH-STATIC 17.0 17.1 40.2 45†† 40 133
34.0 34.1 61.5 70 59 150
LEGEND Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60.
FLA — Full Load Amps AB = 452 v
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration BC = 464 v
IFM — Indoor Fan Motor AC = 455 v
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps 452 + 464 + 455
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps Average Voltage =
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection 3
NEC — National Electrical Code
1371
=
*Heaters are field installed only. 3
†Used to determine minimum disconnect size per NEC.
**Heater capacity (kW) is based on heater voltage of 208 v, 240 v and 480 v. = 457
If power distribution voltage to unit varies from rated heater voltage, heater Determine maximum deviation from average voltage.
kW will vary accordingly. (AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v
††Fuse or HACR circuit breaker. (BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v
***Optional disconnect switch is unavailable. (AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v
NOTES: Maximum deviation is 7 v.
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load
equipment (refer to NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent protective Determine percent of voltage imbalance.
device for the unit shall be fuse or HACR breaker. 7
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage % Voltage Imbalance = 100 x
457
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is
greater than 2%. Use the following formula to determine the percent of volt- = 1.53%
age imbalance. This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum
% Voltage Imbalance allowable 2%.
max voltage deviation from average voltage
= 100 x IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2%, con-
average voltage tact your local electric utility company immediately.

51
Table 16 — Electrical Data — Standard-Efficiency Heat Pump Units
(With Convenience Outlet) (cont)
ELECTRIC DISCONNECT
POWER SUPPLY
UNIT NOMINAL IFM HEAT* SIZE†
SIZE V-PH-Hz TYPE Nominal FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
kW**
— — 49.4/ 49.4 50/ 50†† 52/ 52 326/326
7.8/10.5 21.7/ 25.0 76.5/ 80.7 80/ 90 77/ 81 348/351
12.0/16.0 33.3/ 38.5 91.0/ 97.5 100/100 91/ 96 359/364
STD
18.6/24.8 51.6/ 59.7 113.9/124.0 125/125 112/121 377/386
24.0/32.0 66.6/ 77.0 132.7/145.7 150/150 129/141 392/403
31.8/42.4 88.3/102.0 154.8/176.9 175/200 154/170 414/428
208/230-3-60
— — 54.2/ 54.2 60/ 60†† 58/ 58 369/369
7.8/10.5 21.7/ 25.0 81.3/ 85.5 90/ 90 83/ 86 391/394***
12.0/16.0 33.3/ 38.5 95.8/102.3 100/110 96/102 403/408***
HIGH-STATIC
18.6/24.8 51.6/ 59.7 118.7/128.8 125/150 117/126 421/429***
24.0/32.0 66.6/ 77.0 137.5/150.5 150/175 134/146 436/446***
31.8/42.4 88.3/102.0 164.6/181.7 175/200 159/175 458/471***
— — 24.9 25†† 26 164
14.0 16.7 45.7 50†† 45 181
16.5 19.8 49.6 50†† 49 184
81/2 Tons STD
27.8 33.4 66.6 70 65 197
33.0 39.7 74.5 80 72 204
41.7 50.2 87.6 90 84 214***
460-3-60
— — 27.1 30†† 29 186
14.0 16.7 47.9 50†† 48 202
16.5 19.8 51.8 60†† 51 205
HIGH-STATIC
27.8 33.4 68.8 70 67 219
33.0 39.7 76.7 80 74 225
41.7 50.2 89.8 90 86 236***
— — 19.3 20†† 20 137
STD 17.0 17.1 40.7 45†† 40 154
34.0 34.1 62.0 70 60 171
575-3-60
— — 21.1 25†† 22 154
HIGH-STATIC 17.0 17.1 42.5 45†† 42 171
34.0 34.1 63.7 70 62 188
— — 52.1/ 52.1 60/ 60†† 55/ 55 300/300
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 79.2/ 83.4 80/ 90 80/ 84 322/325***
12.0/16.0 33.3/ 38.5 93.7/100.2 100/110 93/ 99 333/338***
STD
24.0/32.0 66.6/ 77.0 135.4/148.4 150/150 132/144 366/377***
31.8/42.4 88.3/102.0 162.5/179.6 175/200 157/172 388/402***
37.6/50.0 104.4/120.3 182.6/172.4 200/200 175/193 404/420***
— — 53.8/ 53.8 60/ 60†† 57/ 57 319/319
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 80.9/ 85.1 90/ 90 82/ 86 341/344***
12.0/16.0 33.3/ 38.5 95.4/101.9 100/110 95/101 352/357***
208/230-3-60 ALT
24.0/32.0 66.6/ 77.0 137.1/150.1 150/175 134/145 385/396***
31.8/42.4 88.3/102.0 164.2/181.3 175/200 158/174 407/421***
37.6/50.0 104.4/120.3 184.3/174.1 200/200 177/195 423/439***
— — 61.3/ 61.3 70/ 70 66/ 66 367/367
7.8/10.4 21.7/ 25.0 88.4/ 92.6 90/100 91/ 94 389/392***
12.0/16.0 33.3/ 38.5 102.9/109.4 110/110 104/110 400/405***
HIGH-STATIC
24.0/32.0 66.6/ 77.0 144.6/157.6 150/175 142/154 433/444***
31.8/42.4 88.3/102.0 171.7/188.8 175/200 167/183 455/459***
37.6/50.0 104.4/120.3 191.8/181.6 200/200 186/204 471/487***
— — 25.5 30†† 27 145
16.5 19.8 50.3 60†† 50 165
27.8 33.4 67.3 70 65 178
STD
33.0 39.7 75.2 80 73 185
41.7 50.2 88.3 90 85 195***
50.0 60.1 85.6 90 96 205***
10 Tons
— — 26.3 30†† 28 185
16.5 19.8 51.1 60†† 51 204
27.8 33.4 68.1 70 66 218
460-3-60 ALT
33.0 39.7 76.0 80 73 224
41.7 50.2 89.1 90 86 235***
50.0 60.1 86.4 90 97 245***
— — 30.3 35†† 32 179
16.5 19.8 55.1 60†† 55 198
27.8 33.4 72.1 80 71 212
HIGH-STATIC
33.0 39.7 80.0 80 78 218
41.7 50.2 93.1 100 90 229***
50.0 60.1 90.4 100 102 239***
— — 20.5 25†† 22 120
17.0 17.1 41.8 45†† 41 137
STD
34.0 34.1 63.1 70 61 154
51.0 51.2 71.7 80 80 171***
— — 21.1 25†† 22 151
17.0 17.1 42.5 45†† 42 168
575-3-60 ALT
34.0 34.1 63.7 70 62 185
51.0 51.2 72.3 80 81 202***
— — 24.3 25†† 26 146
17.0 17.1 45.7 50†† 46 163
HIGH-STATIC
34.0 34.1 66.9 70 65 180
51.0 51.2 75.5 80 85 198***

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Table 17 — Electric Heater Usage — Standard-Efficiency Heat Pump Units
ACCESSORY HEATER SINGLE POINT BOX
UNIT VOLTAGE ACCESSORY
PART NUMBER PACKAGE NO.
SIZE (60 Hz) kW CRHEATER---A00 CRSINGLE---A00
3.3/ 4.0/ 4.4 001 —
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —†
208/230/240 6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 004
(single phase) 7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 004
9.8/11.6/13.0* 002+002 004**
3.3/ 4.0/ 4.4 001 —
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
3 Tons 208/230/240
6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 —
(3 phase)
7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 —
12.0/14.7/16.0 005 002
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
460/480 8.1/ 8.8 007 —
(3 phase) 10.6/11.5 008 —
12.9/14.0 009 —
3.3/ 4.0/ 4.4 001 —†
6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 004
208/230/240
9.8/11.6/13.0* 002+002 004
(single phase)
13.1/16.0/17.4* 003+003 005
16.0/19.3/21.0* 004+004 005
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
4 Tons 208/230/240 6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 —
(3 phase) 12.0/14.7/16.0 005 002
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004+004 003
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
460/480 10.6/11.5 008 —
(3 phase) 12.9/14.0 009 —
21.1/23.0* 008+008 —
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 004
6.6/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 004
208/230/240
(single phase) 9.8/11.6/13.0* 002+002 005
13.1/16.0/17.4* 003+003 005
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004+004 005
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 —††
5 Tons 208/230/240 12.0/14.7/16.0 005 002
(3 phase)
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004+004 003
19.9/24.3/26.5* 004+005 003
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
10.6/11.5 008 —
460/480
(3 phase) 12.9/14.0 009 —
21.1/23.0* 008+008 —
23.4/25.5* 008+009 —
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —***
7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 002
208/230/240 12.0/14.7/16.0 005 002
(3 phase)
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004+004 003
19.9/24.3/26.5* 004+006 003
6 Tons
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
10.6/11.5 008 —
460/480
12.9/14.0 009 —
(3 phase)
21.1/23.0* 008+008 —
23.4/25.5* 008+009 —
7.8/ 9.6/10.4 017 007
12.0/14.7/16.0 010 007
208/230/240
(3 phase) 18.6/22.8/24.8 011 009
24.0/29.4/32.0 012 009
31.8/39.0/42.4* 012+017 013
71/2 and 12.8/13.9 016 006
81/2 Tons 15.2/16.5 013 006
460/480 25.6/27.8 014 008
(3 phase)
30.4/33.0 015 008
38.4/41.7* 014+016 010
575 17.0 018 006
(3 phase) 34.0 019 006†††
7.8/ 9.6/10.4 017 012
12.0/14.7/16.0 010 012
208/230/240
24.0/29.4/32.0 012 015
(3 phase)
31.8/39.0/42.4* 012+017 017
37.6/46.2/50.0* 010+012 017
15.2/16.5 013 011
10 Tons 25.6/27.8 014 014
460/480
30.4/33.0 015 014
(3 phase)
38.4/41.7* 014+016 016
45.9/50.0* 013+015 016
575 17.0 018 011
34.0 019 014
(3 phase)
51.0* 018+019 016
*Two heater packages required to provide kW indicated.
†Use CRSINGLE004A00 for units with convenience outlet.
**Use CRSINGLE005A00 for units with convenience outlet.
††Use CRSINGLE002A00 for units with convenience outlet.
***Use CRSINGLE002A00 for units with high-static motor and convenience outlet.
†††Use CRSINGLE008A00 for units with an electrical convenience outlet.
NOTES:
1. The rated heater voltage is 240, 480, and 575 v. If power distribution voltage varies from rated heater voltage, heater kW will vary accordingly.
2. To determine heater kW at voltages other than those shown in table, use the following formula:
Heater kW new = Heater kW rated x (unit power distribution voltage/rated heater voltage)2
As an example:
For a 16 kW heater rated at 240 v with a power distribution voltage of 215 v
kW new = 16 kW (215/240)2
kW new = 12.8 kW (rating at 215 v)

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NO SINGLE POINT BOX REQUIRED
Fig. 21 — Electric Heater Power Wiring Connections —
Combination 50HJ004-007/62AQ Units — 208/230-1-60 — Less Than 60 Amps MOCP

CRSINGLE004A00

CRSINGLE005A00 WITH SINGLE HEATER CRSINGLE005A00 WITH TWO HEATERS


Fig. 22 — Electric Heater Power Wiring Connections —
Combination 50HJ004-007/62AQ Units — 208/230-1-60 — Greater Than 60 Amps MOCP

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NO SINGLE POINT BOX REQUIRED
Fig. 23 — Electric Heater Power Wiring Connections —
Combination 50HJ004-007/62AQ Units — 208/230-3-60 — Less Than 60 Amps MOCP,
460-3-60 — Less Than 30 Amps MOCP

CRSINGLE002A00

CRSINGLE003A00 WITH SINGLE HEATER CRSINGLE003A00 WITH TWO HEATERS


Fig. 24 — Electric Heater Power Wiring Connections —
Combination 50HJ004-007/62AQ Units — 208/230-3-60 — Greater Than 60 Amps MOCP

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TO TO
ER2 UNIT

TRAN

DISCONNECT
PER NEC
(FIELD
SUPPLIED) 1
2
3

EQUIP HTR
GND
FIELD POWER
SUPPLY
FU

FU

TRAN — Transformer

CRSINGLE025A00
Fig. 25 — Electric Heater Power Wiring Connections —
Combination 50HJ004-007/62AQ Units — 460-3-60 — Greater Than 30 Amps MOCP

CRSINGLE007A00 OR CRSINGLE012A00 CRSINGLE009A00 WITH SINGLE HEATER OR


CRSINGLE015A00 WITH SINGLE HEATER

CRSINGLE009A00 WITH TWO HEATERS OR CRSINGLE017A00


CRSINGLE015 WITH TWO HEATERS
Fig. 26 — Electric Heater Power Wiring Connections —
Combination 50HJ008-014/62AQ Units — 208/230-3-60 — Greater Than 60 Amps MOCP

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CRSINGLE006A00 OR CRSINGLE011A00
Fig. 27 — Electric Heater Power Wiring Connections —
Combination 50HJ008-014/62AQ Units — 460-3-60 — Less Than 60 Amps MOCP

CRSINGLE008A00 OR CRSINGLE014A00 CRSINGLE010A00 OR CRSINGLE016A00


Fig. 28 — Electric Heater Power Wiring Connections —
Combination 50HJ008-014/62AQ Units — 460-3-60 — Greater Than 60 Amps MOCP

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Table 18 — Electrical Data (COBRA™ Energy Recovery Unit 50HJ004-007 Units with 62AQ060)
HEAT POWER SUPPLY DISCONNECT SIZE*
NOMINAL IFM CONV 62AQ
UNIT FUSE OR
V-PH-Hz TYPE OUTLET FLA FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
HACR BKR
—/— 34.8/ 34.8 40/40 — 35/ 35 135/135
15.9/18.3 35.7/ 38.8 40/45 — 35/ 37 135/135
23.5/27.1 45.2/ 49.7 50/50 — 43/ 47 135/135
STD NO 9.2
31.4/36.3 55.1/ 61.2 — 60/ 70 52/ 58 135/135
37.9/43.8 63.2/ 70.5 — 70/ 80 60/ 67 135/135
46.9/54.2 74.5/ 83.6 — 80/ 90 70/ 79 135/135
208/230-1-60
—/— 40.8/ 40.8 45/45 — 41/ 41 140/140
15.9/18.3 40.8/ 43.0 45/50 — 41/ 42 140/140
23.5/27.1 50.0/ 53.9 60/60 — 49/ 52 140/140
STD YES 9.2
31.4/36.3 59.9/ 65.4 — 60/ 70 58/ 63 140/140
37.9/43.8 68.0/ 74.7 — 70/ 80 65/ 71 140/140
46.9/54.2 79.3/ 87.8 — 80/ 90 76/ 83 140/140
—/— 27.7/ 27.7 35/35 — 29/ 29 124/124
9.2/10.6 27.7/ 29.1 35/35 — 29/ 29 124/124
13.6/15.6 32.8/ 35.4 40/40 — 32/ 34 124/124
STD NO 9.2
18.1/20.9 38.5/ 42.0 45/45 — 37/ 40 124/124
21.9/25.3 43.2/ 47.4 45/50 — 41/ 45 124/124
33.4/38.5 57.5/ 64.0 — 60/ 70 55/ 60 124/124
—/— 33.7/ 33.7 40/35 — 34/ 34 129/129
9.2/10.6 33.7/ 33.7 40/40 — 34/ 34 129/129
13.6/15.6 37.6/ 39.6 45/45 — 37/ 39 129/129
STD YES 9.2
18.1/20.9 43.3/ 46.2 50/50 — 43/ 45 129/129
21.9/25.3 48.0/ 51.6 50/60 — 47/ 50 129/129
33.4/38.5 62.3/ 68.2 — 70/ 70 60/ 65 129/129
208/230-3-60
—/— 28.6/ 28.6 35/35 — 30/ 30 154/154
9.2/10.6 28.6/ 30.0 35/35 — 30/ 30 154/154
13.6/15.6 33.7/ 36.3 40/40 — 33/ 35 154/154
HIGH STATIC NO 9.2
18.1/20.9 39.4/ 42.9 45/45 — 38/ 41 154/154
50HJ004 21.9/25.3 44.1/ 48.3 50/50 — 42/ 46 154/154
33.4/38.5 58.4/ 64.9 — 60/ 70 56/ 62 154/154
—/— 34.6/ 34.6 40/40 — 35/ 35 158/158
9.2/10.6 34.6/ 34.6 40/40 — 35/ 35 158/158
13.6/15.6 38.5/ 40.5 45/45 — 38/ 40 158/158
HIGH STATIC YES 9.2
18.1/20.9 44.2/ 47.1 50/50 — 44/ 46 158/158
21.9/25.3 48.9/ 52.5 60/60 — 48/ 51 158/158
33.4/38.5 63.2/ 69.1 — 70/ 70 61/ 66 158/158
— 13.6 20 — 14 63
7.2 16.7 20 — 14 63
STD NO 9.2 10.6 20.9 25 — 15 63
13.8 25.0 25 — 24 63
16.8 28.7 30 — 27 63
— 16.3 20 — 20 67
7.2 18.8 25 — 20 68
STD YES 9.2 10.6 23.0 25 — 20 68
13.8 27.1 30 — 29 68
16.8 30.8 35 — 32 68
460-3-60
— 14.0 20 — 15 77
7.2 17.1 20 — 15 77
HIGH STATIC NO 9.2 10.6 21.3 25 — 15 77
13.8 25.4 30 — 24 77
16.8 29.1 30 — 28 77
— 16.7 20 — 20 82
7.2 19.2 25 — 20 82
HIGH STATIC YES 9.2 10.6 23.4 25 — 20 82
13.8 27.5 30 — 29 82
16.8 31.2 35 — 32 82
—/— 44.4/ 44.4 60/60 — 44/ 44 173/173
15.9/18.3 44.4/ 44.4 60/60 — 44/ 44 173/173
31.4/36.3 55.1/ 61.2 — 60/ 70 52/ 58 173/173
STD NO 9.2
46.9/54.2 74.5/ 83.6 — 80/ 90 70/ 79 173/173
62.8/72.5 94.4/106.5 — 100/110 88/100 173/173
75.8/87.5 110.6/125.2 — 125/150 103/117 173/173
208/230-1-60
—/— 50.4/ 50.4 60/60 — 50/ 50 178/178
15.9/18.3 50.4/ 50.4 60/60 — 50/ 50 178/178
31.4/36.3 59.9/ 65.4 — 60/ 70 58/ 63 178/178
STD YES 9.2
46.9/54.2 79.3/ 87.8 — 80/ 90 76/ 83 178/178
62.8/72.5 99.2/110.7 — 100/125 94/104 178/178
75.8/87.5 115.4/129.4 — 125/150 109/122 178/178
—/— 31.7/ 31.7 40/40 — 33/ 33 140/140
13.6/15.6 32.8/ 35.4 40/40 — 33/ 34 140/140
STD NO 9.2 18.1/20.9 38.5/ 42.0 45/45 — 37/ 40 140/140
33.4/38.5 57.5/ 64.0 — 60/ 70 55/ 60 140/140
43.8/50.5 70.6/ 79.0 — 80/ 80 67/ 74 140/140
—/— 37.7/ 37.7 40/40 — 38/ 38 145/145
50HJ005 13.6/15.6 37.7/ 39.6 45/45 — 38/ 39 145/145
STD YES 9.2 18.1/20.9 43.3/ 46.2 50/50 — 43/ 45 145/145
33.4/38.5 62.3/ 68.2 — 70/ 70 60/ 65 145/145
43.8/50.5 75.4/ 83.2 — 80/ 90 72/ 79 145/145
208/230-3-60
—/— 32.6/ 32.6 40/40 — 34/ 34 170/170
13.6/15.6 33.7/ 36.3 40/40 — 34/ 35 170/170
HIGH STATIC NO 9.2 18.1/20.9 39.4/ 42.9 45/45 — 38/ 41 170/170
33.4/38.5 58.4/ 64.9 — 60/ 70 56/ 62 170/170
43.8/50.5 71.5/ 79.9 — 80/ 80 68/ 75 170/170
—/— 38.6/ 38.6 45/45 — 39/ 39 174/174
13.6/15.6 38.6/ 40.5 45/45 — 39/ 40 174/174
HIGH STATIC YES 9.2 18.1/20.9 44.2/ 47.1 50/50 — 44/ 46 174/174
33.4/38.5 63.2/ 69.1 — 70/ 70 61/ 66 174/174
43.8/50.5 76.3/ 84.1 — 80/ 90 73/ 80 174/174
— 15.2 20 — 16 70
7.2 16.7 20 — 16 71
460-3-60 STD NO 9.2 13.8 25.0 25 — 18 71
16.8 28.7 30 — 27 71
27.7 42.3 45 — 40 71

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Table 18 — Electrical Data (COBRA™ Energy Recovery Unit 50HJ004-007 Units with 62AQ060) (cont)
HEAT POWER SUPPLY DISCONNECT SIZE*
UNIT NOMINAL IFM CONV 62AQ
V-PH-Hz TYPE OUTLET FLA FUSE OR
FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
HACR BKR
— 17.9 20 — 21 75
7.2 18.8 25 — 21 75
STD YES 9.2 13.8 27.1 30 — 21 75
16.8 30.8 35 — 32 75
27.7 44.4 45 — 44 75
— 15.6 20 — 16 84
50HJ005 7.2 17.1 20 — 16 85
(cont) 460-3-60 HIGH STATIC NO 9.2 13.8 25.4 30 — 19 85
16.8 29.1 30 — 28 85
27.7 42.7 45 — 40 85
— 18.3 20 — 22 89
7.2 19.2 25 — 22 90
HIGH STATIC YES 9.2 13.8 27.5 30 — 22 90
16.8 31.2 35 — 32 90
27.7 44.8 45 — 45 90
—/— 55.5/ 55.5 70/70 — 56/ 56 250/250
23.5/27.1 55.5/ 55.5 — 70/ 70 56/ 56 250/250
STD NO 9.2 31.4/36.3 59.5/ 65.5 — 70/ 70 57/ 62 250/250
46.9/54.2 78.9/ 87.9 — 80/ 90 75/ 83 250/250
62.8/72.5 98.7/110.8 — 100/125 93/104 250/250
208/230-1-60 75.8/87.5 115.0/129.6 — 125/150 108/121 250/250
—/— 61.5/ 61.5 70/70 — 61/ 61 255/255
23.5/27.1 61.5/ 61.5 — 70/ 70 61/ 61 255/255
STD YES 9.2 31.4/36.3 64.3/ 69.7 — 70/ 70 62/ 67 255/255
46.9/54.2 83.7/ 92.1 — 90/100 80/ 88 255/255
62.8/72.5 103.5/115.0 — 110/125 98/109 255/255
75.8/87.5 119.8/133.8 — 125/150 113/126 255/255
—/— 38.1/ 38.1 45/45 — 39/ 39 202/202
13.6/15.6 38.1/ 38.1 45/45 — 39/ 39 202/202
STD NO 9.2 21.9/25.3 44.1/ 48.3 50/50 — 42/ 46 202/202
33.4/38.5 58.4/ 64.9 — 60/ 70 56/ 62 202/202
43.8/50.5 71.5/ 79.9 — 80/ 80 68/ 75 202/202
55.2/63.8 85.8/ 96.4 — 90/100 81/ 91 202/202
—/— 44.1/ 44.1 50/50 — 44/ 44 207/207
13.6/15.6 44.1/ 44.1 50/50 — 44/ 44 207/207
STD YES 9.2 21.9/25.3 48.9/ 52.5 60/60 — 48/ 51 207/207
33.4/38.5 63.2/ 69.1 — 70/ 70 61/ 66 207/207
43.8/50.5 76.3/ 84.1 — 80/ 90 73/ 80 207/207
50HJ006 55.2/63.8 90.6/100.6 — 100/110 86/ 95 207/207
208/230-3-60
—/— 39.8/ 39.8 45/45 — 41/ 41 221/221
13.6/15.6 39.8/ 39.8 45/45 — 41/ 41 221/221
HIGH STATIC NO 9.2 21.9/25.3 45.9/ 50.1 50/60 — 44/ 48 221/221
33.4/38.5 60.3/ 66.7 — 70/ 70 58/ 63 221/221
43.8/50.5 73.3/ 81.7 — 80/ 90 70/ 77 221/221
55.2/63.8 87.6/ 98.3 — 90/100 83/ 93 221/221
—/— 45.8/ 45.8 50/50 — 46/ 46 226/226
13.6/15.6 45.8/ 45.8 50/50 — 46/ 46 226/226
HIGH STATIC YES 9.2 21.9/25.3 50.7/ 54.3 60/60 — 50/ 53 226/226
33.4/38.5 65.1/ 70.9 — 70/ 80 63/ 68 226/226
43.8/50.5 78.1/ 85.9 — 80/ 90 75/ 82 226/226
55.2/63.8 92.4/102.5 — 100/110 88/ 97 226/226
— 19.3 25 — 20 101
7.2 19.3 25 — 20 101
STD NO 9.2 13.8 25.4 30 — 20 101
16.8 29.1 30 — 28 101
27.7 42.7 45 — 40 101
30.7 46.4 50 — 44 101
460-3-60
— 22.0 25 — 25 106
7.2 22.0 25 — 25 106
STD YES 9.2 13.8 27.5 30 — 25 106
16.8 31.2 35 — 32 106
27.7 44.8 45 — 45 106
30.7 48.5 50 — 48 106
LEGEND Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60.
FLA — Full Load Amps AB = 452 v
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration BC = 464 v
IFM — Indoor (Evaporator) Fan Motor AC = 455 v
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps 452 + 464 + 455
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps Average Voltage =
3
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection
NEC — National Electrical Code 1371
UL — Underwriters’ Laboratories =
3
*Used to determine minimum disconnect per NEC. = 457
NOTES: Determine maximum deviation from average voltage.
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load (AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v
equipment (refer to NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent protective device (BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v
for the unit shall be fuse or HACR breaker. UL, Canada units may be fuse or cir- (AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v
cuit breaker. Maximum deviation is 7 v.
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage Determine percent of voltage imbalance.
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is greater
than 2%. Use the following formula to determine the percent of voltage % Voltage Imbalance = 100 x 7
imbalance. 457
= 1.53%
max voltage deviation from average voltage This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum allow-
= 100 x
average voltage able 2%.

IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2%, contact
your local electric utility company immediately.

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Table 18 — Electrical Data (COBRA™ Energy Recovery Unit 50HJ004-007 Units with 62AQ060) (cont)
HEAT POWER SUPPLY DISCONNECT SIZE*
NOMINAL IFM CONV 62AQ
UNIT FUSE OR
V-PH-Hz TYPE OUTLET FLA FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
HACR BKR
— 20.1 25 — 20 110
7.2 20.1 25 — 20 111
HIGH STATIC NO 9.2 13.8 26.2 30 — 20 111
16.8 29.9 30 — 29 111
27.7 43.5 45 — 41 111
50HJ006 30.7 47.2 50 — 44 111
(cont) 460-3-60
— 22.8 25 — 26 115
7.2 22.8 25 — 26 116
HIGH STATIC YES 9.2 13.8 28.3 30 — 26 116
16.8 32.0 35 — 33 116
27.7 45.6 50 — 46 116
30.7 49.3 50 — 49 116
—/— 42.0/ 42.0 50/50 — 42/42 234/234
13.6/15.6 42.0/ 42.0 50/50 — 42/42 234/234
STD NO 9.2 21.9/25.3 44.1/ 48.3 50/50 — 42/46 234/234
33.4/38.5 58.4/ 64.9 — 60/ 70 56/62 234/234
43.8/50.5 71.5/ 79.9 — 80/ 80 68/75 234/234
55.2/63.8 85.8/ 96.4 — 90/100 81/91 234/234
—/— 48.0/ 48.0 60/60 — 48/48 239/239
13.6/15.6 48.0/ 48.0 60/60 — 48/48 239/239
STD YES 9.2 21.9/25.3 48.9/ 52.5 60/60 — 48/51 239/239
33.4/38.5 63.2/ 69.1 — 70/ 70 61/66 239/239
43.8/50.5 76.3/ 84.1 — 80/ 90 73/80 239/239
55.2/63.8 90.6/100.6 — 100/110 86/95 239/239
208/230-3-60
—/— 43.7/ 43.7 50/50 — 44/44 253/253
13.6/15.6 43.7/ 43.7 50/50 — 44/44 253/253
HIGH STATIC NO 9.2 21.9/25.3 45.9/ 50.1 50/60 — 44/48 253/253
33.4/38.5 60.3/ 66.7 — 70/ 70 58/63 253/253
43.8/50.5 73.3/ 81.7 — 80/ 90 70/77 253/253
55.2/63.8 87.6/ 98.3 — 90/100 83/93 253/253
—/— 49.7/ 49.7 60/60 — 50/50 258/258
13.6/15.6 49.7/ 49.7 60/60 — 50/50 258/258
HIGH STATIC YES 9.2 21.9/25.3 50.7/ 54.3 60/60 — 50/53 258/258
33.4/38.5 65.1/ 70.9 — 70/ 80 63/68 258/258
43.8/50.5 78.1/ 85.9 — 80/ 90 75/82 258/258
50HJ007 55.2/63.8 92.4/102.5 — 100/110 88/97 258/258
— 19.8 25 — 20 114
7.2 19.8 25 — 20 114
STD NO 9.2 13.8 25.4 30 — 20 114
16.8 29.1 30 — 28 114
27.7 42.7 45 — 40 114
30.7 46.4 50 — 44 114
— 22.5 25 — 26 118
7.2 22.5 25 — 26 119
STD YES 9.2 13.8 27.5 30 — 26 119
16.8 31.2 35 — 32 119
27.7 44.8 45 — 45 119
460-3-60 30.7 48.5 50 — 48 119
— 20.6 25 — 21 123
7.2 20.6 25 — 21 124
HIGH STATIC NO 9.2 13.8 26.2 30 — 21 124
16.8 29.9 30 — 29 124
27.7 43.5 45 — 41 124
30.7 47.2 50 — 44 124
— 23.3 30 — 26 128
7.2 23.3 30 — 26 128
HIGH STATIC YES 9.2 13.8 28.3 30 — 26 128
16.8 32.0 35 — 33 128
27.7 45.6 50 — 46 128
30.7 49.3 50 — 49 128
LEGEND Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60.
FLA — Full Load Amps AB = 452 v
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration BC = 464 v
IFM — Indoor (Evaporator) Fan Motor AC = 455 v
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps 452 + 464 + 455
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps Average Voltage =
3
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection
NEC — National Electrical Code 1371
UL — Underwriters’ Laboratories =
3
*Used to determine minimum disconnect per NEC. = 457
NOTES: Determine maximum deviation from average voltage.
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load (AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v
equipment (refer to NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent protective device (BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v
for the unit shall be fuse or HACR breaker. UL, Canada units may be fuse or cir- (AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v
cuit breaker. Maximum deviation is 7 v.
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage Determine percent of voltage imbalance.
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is greater
than 2%. Use the following formula to determine the percent of voltage % Voltage Imbalance = 100 x 7
imbalance. 457
= 1.53%
max voltage deviation from average voltage This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum allow-
= 100 x
average voltage able 2%.

IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2%, contact
your local electric utility company immediately.

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Table 19 — Electric Heater Usage — COBRA™ Energy Recovery Unit 50HJ004-007 Units with 62AQ060

UNIT VOLTAGE ACCESSORY ACCESSORY HEATER SINGLE POINT BOX


PART NUMBER PACKAGE NO.
50HJ/62AQ (60 Hz) kW CRHEATER---A00 CRSINGLE---A00
3.3/ 4.0/ 4.4 001 —
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
208/230/240
(single phase) 6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 004
7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 004†
9.8/11.6/13.0* 002 & 002 005
3.3/ 4.0/ 4.4 001 —
208/230/240 4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
004 6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 —
(3 phase) 7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 —
12.0/14.7/16.0 005 002**
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
460/480 8.1/ 8.8 007 —
(3 phase) 10.6/11.5 008 —
12.9/14.0 009 —
3.3/ 4.0/ 4.4 001 —
208/230/240 6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 004
9.8/11.6/13.0* 002 & 002 005
(single phase)
13.1/16.0/17.4* 003 & 003 005
16.0/19.3/21.0* 004 & 004 005
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
005 208/230/240 6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 —
(3 phase) 12.0/14.7/16.0 005 002**
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004 & 004 003
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
460/480 10.6/11.5 008 —
(3 phase) 12.9/14.0 009 —††
21.1/23.0* 008 & 008 025
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 004
6.6/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 004†
208/230/240 9.8/11.6/13.0* 002 & 002 005
(single phase)
13.1/16.0/17.4* 003 & 003 005
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004 & 004 005
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
208/230/240 7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 —
006 12.0/14.7/16.0 005 002
(3 phase)
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004 & 004 003
19.9/24.3/26.5* 004 & 005 003
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
10.6/11.5 008 —
460/480
(3 phase) 12.9/14.0 009 —††
21.1/23.0* 008 & 008 025
23.4/25.5* 008 & 009 025
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 —
208/230/240 12.0/14.7/16.0 005 002**
(3 phase)
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004 & 004 003
19.9/24.3/26.5* 004 & 005 003
007
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
10.6/11.5 008 —
460/480 12.9/14.0 009 —††
(3 phase)
21.1/23.0* 008 & 008 025
23.4/25.5* 008 & 009 025
*Two heater packages required to provide kW indicated.
†005 on units with convenience outlet.
**003 on high-static units with convenience outlet.
††025 on units with convenience outlet.

NOTES:
1. The rated heater voltage is 240 and 480 v. If power distribution voltage varies from rated heater voltage, heater kW will vary accordingly.
2. To determine heater kW at voltages other than those shown in table, use the following formula:
Heater kWnew = Heater kW rated x (unit power distribution voltage/rated heater voltage)2
As an example:
For a 16 kW heater rated at 240 v with a power distribution voltage of 215 v
kWnew = 16 kW (215/240)2
kWnew = 12.8 kW (rating at 215 v)

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Table 20 — Electrical Data (COBRA™ Energy Recovery Unit 50HJ004-007 Units with 62AQ100)
HEAT POWER SUPPLY DISCONNECT SIZE*
NOMINAL IFM CONV 62AQ
UNIT FUSE OR
V-PH-Hz TYPE OUTLET FLA FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
HACR BKR
—/— 40.7/ 40.7 45/45 — 42/ 42 161/161
15.9/18.3 42.5/ 45.5 50/60 — 42/ 44 161/161
STD NO 15.1 23.5/27.1 52.0/ 56.5 — 60/ 70 50/ 54 161/161
31.4/36.3 61.9/ 67.9 — 70/ 70 59/ 65 161/161
37.9/43.8 70.0/ 77.3 — 80/ 80 67/ 73 161/161
46.9/54.2 81.3/ 90.3 — 90/100 77/ 85 161/161
208/230-1-60
—/— 46.7/ 46.7 50/50 — 48/ 48 166/166
15.9/18.3 47.3/ 49.7 60/60 — 48/ 49 166/166
STD YES 15.1 23.5/27.1 56.8/ 60.7 — 70/ 70 56/ 59 166/166
31.4/36.3 66.7/ 72.1 — 70/ 80 65/ 70 166/166
37.9/43.8 74.8/ 81.5 — 80/ 90 72/ 78 166/166
46.9/54.2 86.1/ 94.5 — 90/100 82/ 90 166/166
—/— 33.6/ 33.6 40/40 — 36/ 36 150/150
9.2/10.6 34.1/ 35.9 45/45 — 36/ 36 150/150
STD NO 15.1 13.6/15.6 39.6/ 42.2 50/50 — 39/ 41 150/150
18.1/20.9 45.3/ 48.8 60/60 — 44/ 47 150/150
21.9/25.3 50.0/ 54.2 60/60 — 48/ 52 150/150
33.4/38.5 64.3/ 70.7 — 70/ 80 61/ 67 150/150
—/— 39.6/ 39.6 45/45 — 41/ 41 155/155
9.2/10.6 39.6/ 40.1 50/50 — 41/ 41 155/155
STD YES 15.1 13.6/15.6 44.4/ 46.4 60/60 — 44/ 46 155/155
18.1/20.9 50.1/ 53.0 60/60 — 49/ 52 155/155
21.9/25.3 54.8/ 58.4 — 60/ 70 54/ 57 155/155
33.4/38.5 69.1/ 74.9 — 80/ 80 67/ 72 155/155
208/230-3-60
—/— 34.5/ 34.5 40/40 — 37/ 37 180/180
9.2/10.6 35.0/ 36.8 45/45 — 37/ 37 180/180
HIGH STATIC NO 15.1 13.6/15.6 40.5/ 43.1 50/50 — 40/ 42 180/180
50HJ004 18.1/20.9 46.2/ 49.7 60/60 — 45/ 48 180/180
21.9/25.3 50.9/ 55.1 60/60 — 49/ 53 180/180
33.4/38.5 65.2/ 71.6 — 70/ 80 62/ 68 180/180
—/— 40.5/ 40.5 45/45 — 42/ 42 184/184
9.2/10.6 40.5/ 41.0 50/50 — 42/ 42 184/184
HIGH STATIC YES 15.1 13.6/15.6 45.3/ 47.3 60/60 — 45/ 47 184/184
18.1/20.9 51.0/ 53.9 60/60 — 50/ 53 184/184
21.9/25.3 55.7/ 59.3 — 70/ 70 55/ 58 184/184
33.4/38.5 70.0/ 75.8 — 80/ 80 68/ 73 184/184
— 16.5 20.0 — 18 76
7.2 20.1 25.0 — 18 76
STD NO 15.1 10.6 24.3 30.0 — 18 77
13.8 28.4 35.0 — 27 80
16.8 32.1 35.0 — 31 83
— 19.2 20.0 — 23 80
7.2 22.2 30.0 — 23 81
STD YES 15.1 10.6 26.4 30.0 — 23 81
13.8 30.5 35.0 — 32 82
460-3-60 16.8 34.2 40.0 — 35 85
— 16.9 20.0 — 18 90
7.2 20.5 25.0 — 18 90
HIGH STATIC NO 15.1 10.6 24.7 30.0 — 18 91
13.8 28.8 35.0 — 28 94
16.8 32.5 35.0 — 31 97
— 19.6 25.0 — 24 95
7.2 22.6 30.0 — 24 95
HIGH STATIC YES 15.1 10.6 26.8 30.0 — 24 95
13.8 30.9 35.0 — 32 96
16.8 34.6 40.0 — 36 99
—/— 50.3/ 50.3 60/60 — 51/ 51 199/199
15.9/18.3 50.3/ 50.3 60/60 — 51/ 51 199/199
STD NO 15.1 31.4/36.3 61.9/ 67.9 — 70 70 59/ 65 199/199
46.9/54.2 81.3/ 90.3 — 90/100 77/ 85 199/199
62.8/72.5 101.2/113.3 — 110/125 95/106 199/199
75.8/87.5 117.4/132.0 — 125/150 110/124 199/199
208/230-1-60
—/— 56.3/ 56.3 70/70 — 57/ 57 204/204
15.9/18.3 56.3/ 56.3 — 70/ 70 57/ 57 204/204
STD YES 15.1 31.4/36.3 66.7/ 72.1 — 70/ 80 65/ 70 204/204
46.9/54.2 86.1/ 94.5 — 90/100 82/ 90 204/204
62.8/72.5 106.0/117.5 — 110/125 101/111 204/204
75.8/87.5 122.2/136.2 — 125/150 116/128 204/204
—/— 37.6/ 37.6 45/45 — 39/ 39 166/166
13.6/15.6 39.6/ 42.2 50/50 — 39/ 41 166/166
STD NO 15.1 18.1/20.9 45.3/ 48.8 60/60 — 44/ 47 166/166
33.4/38.5 64.3/ 70.7 — 70/ 80 61/ 67 166/166
43.8/50.5 77.3/ 85.8 — 80/ 90 73/ 81 166/166
—/— 43.6/ 43.6 50/50 — 45/ 45 171/171
50HJ005 13.6/15.6 44.4/ 46.4 60/60 — 45/ 46 171/171
STD YES 15.1 18.1/20.9 50.1/ 53.0 60/60 — 49/ 52 171/171
33.4/38.5 69.1/ 74.9 — 80/ 80 67/ 72 171/171
43.8/50.5 82.1/ 90.0 — 90/ 90 79/ 86 171/171
208/230-3-60
—/— 38.5/ 38.5 45/45 — 40/ 40 196/196
13.6/15.6 40.5/ 43.1 50/50 — 40/ 42 196/196
HIGH STATIC NO 15.1 18.1/20.9 46.2/ 49.7 60/60 — 45/ 48 196/196
33.4/38.5 65.2/ 71.6 — 70/ 80 62/ 68 196/196
43.8/50.5 78.2/ 86.7 — 80/ 90 74/ 82 196/196
—/— 44.5/ 44.5 50/50 — 46/ 46 200/200
13.6/15.6 45.3/ 47.3 60/60 — 46/ 47 200/200
HIGH STATIC YES 15.1 18.1/20.9 51.0/ 53.9 60/60 — 50/ 53 200/200
33.4/38.5 70.0/ 75.8 — 80/ 80 68/ 73 200/200
43.8/50.5 83.0/ 90.9 — 90/100 80/ 87 200/200
— 18.2 20 — 19 83
7.2 20.1 25 — 19 84
460-3-60 STD NO 15.1 13.8 28.4 35 — 19 84
16.8 32.1 30 — 31 84
27.7 45.6 50 — 43 94

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Table 20 — Electrical Data (COBRA™ Energy Recovery Unit 50HJ004-007 Units with 62AQ100) (cont)
HEAT POWER SUPPLY DISCONNECT SIZE*
NOMINAL IFM CONV 62AQ
UNIT FUSE OR
V-PH-Hz TYPE OUTLET FLA FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
HACR BKR
— 20.9 25 — 25 88
7.2 22.2 30 — 25 88
STD YES 15.1 13.8 30.5 35 — 25 88
16.8 34.2 40 — 35 88
27.7 47.7 50 — 48 96
— 18.6 25 — 19 97
50HJ005 7.2 20.5 25 — 19 98
(cont) 460-3-60 HIGH STATIC NO 15.1 13.8 28.8 35 — 19 98
16.8 32.5 35 — 31 98
27.7 46.0 50 — 43 108
— 21.3 25 — 25 102
7.2 22.6 30 — 25 103
HIGH STATIC YES 15.1 13.8 30.9 35 — 25 103
16.8 34.6 40 — 36 103
27.7 48.1 50 — 48 110
—/— 61.4/ 61.4 70/70 — 62/ 62 276/276
23.5/27.1 61.4/ 61.4 — 70/ 70 62/ 62 276/276
STD NO 15.1 31.4/36.3 65.8/ 71.8 — 70/ 80 64/ 69 276/276
46.9/54.2 85.2/ 94.2 — 90/100 81/ 90 276/276
62.8/72.5 105.1/117.2 — 110/125 100/111 276/276
208/230-1-60 75.8/87.5 121.3/135.9 — 125/150 115/128 276/276
—/— 67.4/ 67.4 80/80 — 68/ 68 281/281
23.5/27.1 67.4/ 67.4 — 80/ 80 68/ 68 281/281
STD YES 15.1 31.4/36.3 70.6/ 76.0 — 80/ 80 69/ 74 281/281
46.9/54.2 90.0/ 98.4 — 90/100 87/ 95 281/281
62.8/72.5 109.9/121.4 — 110/125 105/116 281/281
75.8/87.5 126.1/140.1 — 150/150 120/133 281/281
—/— 44.0/ 44.0 50/50 — 46/ 46 228/228
13.6/15.6 44.0/ 44.0 50/50 — 46/ 46 228/228
STD NO 15.1 21.9/25.3 50.9/ 55.1 60/60 — 49/ 53 228/228
33.4/38.5 65.2/ 71.6 — 70/ 80 62/ 68 228/228
43.8/50.5 78.2/ 86.7 — 80/ 90 74/ 82 228/228
55.2/63.8 92.6/103.2 — 100/110 88/ 97 228/228
—/— 50.0/ 50.0 60/60 — 51/ 51 233/233
13.6/15.6 50.0/ 50.0 60/60 — 51/ 51 233/233
50HJ006 STD YES 15.1 21.9/25.3 55.7/ 59.3 — 70/ 70 55/ 58 233/233
33.4/38.5 70.0/ 75.8 — 80/ 80 68/ 73 233/233
43.8/50.5 83.0/ 90.9 — 90/100 80/ 87 233/233
208/230-3-60 55.2/63.8 97.4/107.4 — 100/110 93/102 233/233
—/— 45.7/ 45.7 60/60 — 48/ 48 247/247
13.6/15.6 45.7/ 45.7 60/60 — 48/ 48 247/247
HIGH STATIC NO 15.1 21.9/25.3 52.6/ 56.8 — 60/ 70 51/ 55 247/247
33.4/38.5 66.9/ 73.3 — 70/ 80 64/ 70 247/247
43.8/50.5 79.9/ 88.4 — 80/ 90 76/ 84 247/247
55.2/63.8 94.3/104.9 — 100/110 90/ 99 247/247
—/— 51.7/ 51.7 60/60 — 53/ 53 252/252
13.6/15.6 51.7/ 51.7 60/60 — 53/ 53 252/252
HIGH STATIC YES 15.1 21.9/25.3 57.4/ 61.0 — 70/ 70 57/ 60 252/252
33.4/38.5 71.7/ 77.5 — 80/ 80 70/ 75 252/252
43.8/50.5 84.7/ 92.6 — 90/100 82/ 89 252/252
55.2/63.8 99.1/109.1 — 100/110 95/104 252/252
— 22.2 25 — 23 114
7.2 22.2 25 — 23 114
460-3-60 13.8 28.8 35 — 23 114
STD NO 15.1
16.8 32.5 35 — 31 114
27.7 46.0 50 — 43 114
30.7 49.8 50 — 47 114
LEGEND Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60.
FLA — Full Load Amps AB = 452 v
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration BC = 464 v
IFM — Indoor (Evaporator) Fan Motor AC = 455 v
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps 452 + 464 + 455
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps Average Voltage =
3
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection
NEC — National Electrical Code 1371
UL — Underwriters’ Laboratories =
3
*Used to determine minimum disconnect per NEC. = 457
NOTES: Determine maximum deviation from average voltage.
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load (AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v
equipment (refer to NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent protective device (BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v
for the unit shall be fuse or HACR breaker. UL, Canada units may be fuse or cir- (AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v
cuit breaker. Maximum deviation is 7 v.
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage Determine percent of voltage imbalance.
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is greater 7
than 2%. Use the following formula to determine the percent of voltage % Voltage Imbalance = 100 x
imbalance. 457
= 1.53%
max voltage deviation from average voltage This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum allow-
= 100 x
average voltage able 2%.

IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2%, contact
your local electric utility company immediately.

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Table 20 — Electrical Data (COBRA™ Energy Recovery Unit 50HJ004-007 Units with 62AQ100) (cont)
HEAT POWER SUPPLY DISCONNECT SIZE*
NOMINAL IFM CONV 62AQ
UNIT FUSE OR
V-PH-Hz TYPE OUTLET FLA FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
HACR BKR
— 24.9 30 — 28 119
7.2 24.9 30 — 28 119
STD YES 15.1 13.8 30.9 35 — 28 119
16.8 34.6 40 — 36 119
27.7 48.1 50 — 48 119
30.7 51.9 60 — 52 119
— 23.0 30 — 24 123
7.2 23.0 30 — 24 124
50HJ006 13.8 29.6 35 — 24 124
(cont) 460-3-60 HIGH STATIC NO 15.1
16.8 33.3 35 — 32 124
27.7 46.8 50 — 44 124
30.7 50.6 60 — 48 124
— 25.7 30 — 29 128
7.2 25.7 30 — 29 129
HIGH STATIC YES 15.1 13.8 31.7 35 — 29 129
16.8 35.4 40 — 37 129
27.7 48.9 50 — 49 129
30.7 52.7 60 — 53 129
—/— 47.9/ 47.9 60/60 — 49/ 49 260/260
13.6/15.6 47.9/ 47.9 60/60 — 49/ 49 260/260
STD NO 15.1 21.9/25.3 50.9/ 55.1 60/60 — 49/ 53 260/260
33.4/38.5 65.2/ 71.6 — 70/ 80 62/ 68 260/260
43.8/50.5 78.2/ 86.7 — 80/ 90 74/ 82 260/260
55.2/63.8 92.6/103.2 — 100/110 88/ 97 260/260
—/— 53.9/ 53.9 60/60 — 55/ 55 265/265
13.6/15.6 53.9/ 53.9 60/60 — 55/ 55 265/265
STD YES 15.1 21.9/25.3 55.7/ 59.3 — 70/ 70 55/ 58 265/265
33.4/38.5 70.0/ 75.8 — 80/ 80 68/ 73 265/265
43.8/50.5 83.0/ 90.9 — 90/100 80/ 87 265/265
55.2/63.8 97.4/107.4 — 100/110 93/102 265/265
208/230-3-60
—/— 49.6/ 49.6 60/60 — 51/ 51 279/279
13.6/15.6 49.6/ 49.6 60/60 — 51/ 51 279/279
HIGH STATIC NO 15.1 21.9/25.3 52.6/ 56.8 — 60/ 70 51/ 55 279/279
33.4/38.5 66.9/ 73.3 — 70/ 80 64/ 70 279/279
43.8/50.5 79.9/ 88.4 — 80/ 90 76/ 84 279/279
55.2/63.8 94.3/104.9 — 100/110 90/ 99 279/279
—/— 55.6/ 55.6 60/60 — 57/ 57 284/284
13.6/15.6 55.6/ 55.6 60/60 — 57/ 57 284/284
HIGH STATIC YES 15.1 21.9/25.3 57.4/ 61.0 — 70/ 70 57/ 60 284/284
33.4/38.5 71.7/ 77.5 — 80/ 80 70/ 75 284/284
43.8/50.5 84.7/ 92.6 — 90/100 82/ 89 284/284
50HJ007 55.2/63.8 99.1/109.1 — 100/110 95/104 284/284
— 22.8 30 — 23 127
7.2 22.8 30 — 23 127
STD NO 15.1 13.8 28.8 35 — 23 127
16.8 32.5 35 — 31 127
27.7 46.0 50 — 43 127
30.7 49.8 50 — 47 127
— 25.5 30 — 29 131
7.2 25.5 30 — 29 132
STD YES 15.1 13.8 30.9 35 — 29 132
16.8 34.6 40 — 36 132
27.7 48.1 50 — 48 132
460-3-60 30.7 51.9 60 — 52 132
— 23.6 30 — 24 136
7.2 23.6 30 — 24 137
HIGH STATIC NO 15.1 13.8 29.6 35 — 24 137
16.8 33.3 35 — 32 137
27.7 46.8 50 — 44 137
30.7 50.6 60 — 48 137
— 26.3 30 — 30 141
7.2 26.3 30 — 30 141
HIGH STATIC YES 15.1 13.8 31.7 35 — 30 141
16.8 35.4 40 — 37 141
27.7 48.9 50 — 49 141
30.7 52.7 60 — 53 141
LEGEND Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60.
FLA — Full Load Amps AB = 452 v
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration BC = 464 v
IFM — Indoor (Evaporator) Fan Motor AC = 455 v
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps 452 + 464 + 455
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps Average Voltage =
3
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection
NEC — National Electrical Code 1371
UL — Underwriters’ Laboratories =
3
*Used to determine minimum disconnect per NEC. = 457
NOTES: Determine maximum deviation from average voltage.
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load (AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v
equipment (refer to NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent protective device (BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v
for the unit shall be fuse or HACR breaker. UL, Canada units may be fuse or cir- (AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v
cuit breaker. Maximum deviation is 7 v.
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage Determine percent of voltage imbalance.
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is greater
than 2%. Use the following formula to determine the percent of voltage % Voltage Imbalance = 100 x 7
imbalance. 457
= 1.53%
max voltage deviation from average voltage This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum allow-
= 100 x
average voltage able 2%.

IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2%, contact
your local electric utility company immediately.

64
Table 21 — Electric Heater Usage — COBRA™ Energy Recovery Units 50HJ004-007 with 62AQ100

UNIT VOLTAGE ACCESSORY ACCESSORY HEATER SINGLE POINT BOX


PART NUMBER PACKAGE NO.
50HJ/62AQ (60 Hz) kW CRHEATER---A00 CRSINGLE---A00
3.3/ 4.0/ 4.4 001 —
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 004
208/230/240
(single phase) 6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 004
7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 004
9.8/11.6/13.0* 002 & 002 005
3.3/ 4.0/ 4.4 001 —
208/230/240 4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
004 6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 —
(3 phase) 7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 —†
12.0/14.7/16.0 005 002**
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
460/480 8.1/ 8.8 007 —
(3 phase) 10.6/11.5 008 025
12.9/14.0 009 025
3.3/ 4.0/ 4.4 001 —††
208/230/240 6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 004
9.8/11.6/13.0* 002 & 002 005
(single phase)
13.1/16.0/17.4* 003 & 003 005
16.0/19.3/21.0* 004 & 004 005
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
005 208/230/240 6.5/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 —
(3 phase) 12.0/14.7/16.0 005 002**
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004 & 004 003
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
460/480 10.6/11.5 008 025
(3 phase) 12.9/14.0 009 025
21.1/23.0* 008 & 008 025
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 004
6.6/ 8.0/ 8.7 003 004
208/230/240 9.8/11.6/13.0* 002 & 002 005
(single phase)
13.1/16.0/17.4* 003 & 003 005
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004 & 004 005
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
208/230/240 7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 —†
006 12.0/14.7/16.0 005 002**
(3 phase)
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004 & 004 003
19.9/24.3/26.5* 004 & 005 003
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
10.6/11.5 008 025
460/480
(3 phase) 12.9/14.0 009 025
21.1/23.0* 008 & 008 025
23.4/25.5* 008 & 009 025
4.9/ 5.8/ 6.5 002 —
7.9/ 9.6/10.5 004 —†
208/230/240 12.0/14.7/16.0 005 002**
(3 phase)
15.8/19.3/21.0* 004 & 004 003
19.9/24.3/26.5* 004 & 005 003
007
5.5/ 6.0 006 —
10.6/11.5 008 025
460/480 12.9/14.0 009 025
(3 phase)
21.1/23.0* 008 & 008 025
23.4/25.5* 008 & 009 025
*Two heater packages required to provide kW indicated.
†002 on units with convenience outlet.
**003 on high-static units with convenience outlet.
††004 on units with convenience outlet.

NOTES:
1. The rated heater voltage is 240 and 480 v. If power distribution voltage varies from rated heater voltage, heater kW will vary accordingly.
2. To determine heater kW at voltages other than those shown in table, use the following formula:
Heater kWnew = Heater kW rated x (unit power distribution voltage/rated heater voltage)2
As an example:
For a 16 kW heater rated at 240 v with a power distribution voltage of 215 v
kWnew = 16 kW (215/240)2
kWnew = 12.8 kW (rating at 215 v)

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Table 22 — Electrical Data (COBRA™ Energy Recovery Units 50HJ008-014 with 62AQ200)
HEAT POWER SUPPLY DISCONNECT SIZE*
NOMINAL IFM CONV 62AQ
UNIT FUSE OR
V-PH-Hz TYPE OUTLET FLA FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
HACR BKR
—/— 60.1/ 60.1 70/70 —/— 66/ 66 366/366
21.7/ 25.0 60.1/ 64.0 — 70/ 80 66/ 66 366/366
STD NO 21.9 33.4/ 38.5 74.5/ 80.9 — 80/ 90 72/ 78 366/366
51.7/ 59.7 97.4/107.4 — 100/110 93/102 366/366
66.7/ 77.0 116.2/129.0 — 125/150 111/122 366/366
88.4/102.0 143.3/160.3 — 150/175 135/151 366/366
—/— 66.1/ 66.1 70/70 —/— 71/ 71 371/371
21.7/ 25.0 66.1/ 68.2 — 80/ 80 71/ 71 371/371
STD YES 21.9 33.4/ 38.5 79.3/ 85.1 — 90/ 90 78/ 83 371/371
51.7/ 59.7 102.2/111.6 — 110/125 99/107 371/371
66.7/ 77.0 121.0/133.2 — 125/150 116/127 371/371
88.4/102.0 148.1/164.5 — 150/175 141/156 371/371
208/230-3-60
—/— 63.2/ 63.2 70/70 —/— 69/ 69 391/391
21.7/ 25.0 63.2/ 67.1 — 80/ 80 69/ 69 391/391
HIGH STATIC NO 21.9 33.4/ 38.5 77.6/ 84.0 — 90/ 90 76/ 82 391/391
51.7/ 59.7 100.5/110.5 — 110/125 97/106 391/391
66.7/ 77.0 119.3/132.1 — 125/150 114/126 391/391
88.4/102.0 146.4/163.4 — 150/175 139/155 391/391
—/— 69.2/ 69.2 80/80 —/— 75/ 75 395/395
21.7/ 25.0 69.2/ 71.3 — 80/ 80 75/ 75 395/395
HIGH STATIC YES 21.9 33.4/ 38.5 82.4/ 88.2 — 90/100 81/ 86 395/395
51.7/ 59.7 105.3/114.7 — 110/125 102/111 395/395
66.7/ 77.0 124.1/136.3 — 125/150 120/131 395/395
50HJ008 88.4/102.0 151.2/167.6 — 175/175 145/160 395/395
— 29.4 35.0 — 32.0 184.0
16.7 36.1 40.0 — 35.0 184.0
STD NO 10.2 19.8 40.0 45.0 — 38.0 184.0
33.4 57.0 60.0 — 54.0 184.0
39.7 64.8 — 70.0 61.0 184.0
50.2 77.9 — 80.0 73.0 184.0
— 32.1 35.0 — 34.0 186.0
16.7 38.2 45.0 — 37.0 186.0
STD YES 10.2 19.8 42.1 45.0 — 41.0 186.0
33.4 59.1 60.0 — 57.0 186.0
39.7 66.9 — 70.0 64.0 186.0
50.2 80.0 — 80.0 76.0 186.0
460-3-60
— 30.8 35.0 — 34.0 196.0
16.7 37.5 40.0 — 36.0 197.0
HIGH STATIC NO 10.2 19.8 41.4 45.0 — 40.0 197.0
33.4 58.4 60.0 — 56.0 197.0
39.7 66.2 — 70.0 63.0 197.0
50.2 79.3 — 80.0 75.0 197.0
— 33.5 35.0 — 36.0 198.0
16.7 39.6 45.0 — 39.0 199.0
HIGH STATIC YES 10.2 19.8 43.5 45.0 — 42.0 199.0
33.4 60.5 — 70.0 58.0 199.0
39.7 68.3 — 70.0 65.0 199.0
50.2 81.4 — 90.0 77.0 199.0
—/— 62.1/ 62.1 70/70 — 68/ 68 400/400
21.7/ 25.0 62.1/ 64.0 — 70/ 80 68/ 68 400/400
STD NO 21.9 33.4/ 38.5 74.5/ 80.9 — 80/ 90 72/ 78 400/400
51.7/ 59.7 97.4/107.4 — 100/110 93/102 400/400
66.7/ 77.0 116.2/129.0 — 125/150 111/122 400/400
88.4/102.0 143.3/160.3 — 150/175 135/151 400/400
—/— 68.1/ 68.1 70/70 — 73/ 73 405/405
21.7/ 25.0 68.1/ 68.2 — 80/ 80 73/ 73 405/405
STD YES 21.9 33.4/ 38.5 79.3/ 85.1 — 90/ 90 78/ 83 405/405
51.7/ 59.7 102.2/111.6 — 110/125 99/107 405/405
66.7/ 77.0 121.0/133.2 — 125/150 116/127 405/405
88.4/102.0 148.1/164.5 — 150/175 141/156 405/405
208/230-3-60
—/— 65.2/ 65.2 70/70 —/— 71/ 71 425/425
21.7/ 25.0 65.2/ 67.1 — 80/ 80 71/ 71 425/425
HIGH STATIC NO 21.9 33.4/ 38.5 77.6/ 84.0 — 90/ 90 76/ 82 425/425
51.7/ 59.7 100.5/110.5 — 110/125 97/106 425/425
66.7/ 77.0 119.3/132.1 — 125/150 114/126 425/425
88.4/102.0 146.4/163.4 — 150/175 139/155 425/425
—/— 71.2/ 71.2 80/80 —/— 77/ 77 429/429
21.7/ 25.0 71.2/ 71.3 — 80/ 80 77/ 77 429/429
HIGH STATIC YES 21.9 33.4/ 38.5 82.4 /88.2 — 90/100 81/ 86 429/429
51.7/ 59.7 105.3/114.7 — 110/125 102/111 429/429
66.7/ 77.0 124.1/136.3 — 125/150 120/131 429/429
88.4/102.0 151.2/167.6 — 175/175 145/160 429/429
50HJ009
— 31.7 35.0 — 34.0 206.0
16.7 36.1 40.0 — 35.0 206.0
STD NO 10.2 19.8 40.0 45.0 — 38.0 206.0
33.4 57.0 60.0 — 54.0 206.0
39.7 64.8 — 70.0 61.0 206.0
50.2 77.9 — 80.0 73.0 206.0
— 34.4 40.0 — 37.0 208.0
16.7 38.2 45.0 — 37.0 208.0
STD YES 10.2 19.8 42.1 45.0 — 41.0 208.0
33.4 59.1 60.0 — 57.0 208.0
39.7 66.9 — 70.0 64.0 208.0
50.2 80.0 — 80.0 76.0 208.0
460-3-60
— 33.1 35.0 — 36.0 218.0
16.7 37.5 40.0 — 36.0 219.0
HIGH STATIC NO 10.2 19.8 41.4 45.0 — 40.0 219.0
33.4 58.4 60.0 — 56.0 219.0
39.7 66.2 — 70.0 63.0 219.0
50.2 79.3 — 80.0 75.0 219.0
— 35.8 40.0 — 38.0 220.0
16.7 39.6 45.0 — 39.0 221.0
HIGH STATIC YES 10.2 19.8 43.5 45.0 — 42.0 221.0
33.4 60.5 — 70.0 58.0 221.0
39.7 68.3 — 70.0 65.0 221.0
50.2 81.4 — 90.0 77.0 221.0

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Table 22 — Electrical Data (COBRA™ Energy Recovery Units 50HJ008-014 with 62AQ200) (cont)
HEAT POWER SUPPLY DISCONNECT SIZE*
NOMINAL IFM CONV 62AQ
UNIT FUSE OR
V-PH-Hz TYPE OUTLET FLA FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
HACR BKR
—/— 74.9/ 74.9 — 80/ 80 81/ 81 465/465
21.7/ 25.0 74.9/ 74.9 — 80/ 80 81/ 81 465/465
STD NO 21.9 33.4/ 38.5 77.6/ 84.0 — 90/ 90 81/ 82 465/465
66.7/ 77.0 119.3/132.1 — 125/150 114/126 465/465
88.4/102.0 146.4/163.4 — 150/175 139/155 465/465
104.2/120.3 166.2/156.2 — 175/175 157/176 465/465
—/— 80.9/ 80.9 — 90/ 90 87/ 87 469/469
21.7/ 25.0 80.9/ 80.9 — 90/ 90 87/ 87 469/469
STD YES 21.9 33.4/ 38.5 82.4/ 88.2 — 90/100 87/ 87 469/469
66.7/ 77.0 124.1/136.3 — 125/150 120/131 469/469
88.4/102.0 151.2/167.6 — 175/175 145/160 469/469
104.2/120.3 171.0/160.4 — 175/175 163/181 469/469
208/230-3-60
—/— 79.3/ 79.3 — 90/ 90 86/ 86 488/488
21.7/ 25.0 79.3/ 79.3 — 90/ 90 86/ 86 488/488
HIGH STATIC NO 21.9 33.4/ 38.5 82.3/ 88.8 — 90/100 86/ 87 488/488
66.7/ 77.0 124.0/136.9 — 125/150 119/131 488/488
88.4/102.0 151.1/168.2 — 175/175 144/160 488/488
104.2/120.3 170.9/160.9 — 175/200 162/181 488/488
—/— 85.3/ 85.3 — 90/ 90 92/ 92 493/493
21.7/ 25.0 85.3/ 85.3 — 90/ 90 92/ 92 493/493
HIGH STATIC YES 21.9 33.4/ 38.5 87.1/ 93.0 — 100/100 92/ 92 493/493
66.7/ 77.0 128.8/141.1 — 150/150 125/136 493/493
88.4/102.0 155.9/172.4 — 175/175 150/165 493/493
104.2/120.3 175.7/165.1 — 200/200 168/186 493/493
50HJ012
— 35.1 40.0 — 38.0 233.0
16.7 37.5 40.0 — 38.0 234.0
STD NO 10.2 19.8 41.4 45.0 — 40.0 234.0
39.7 66.2 — 70.0 63.0 234.0
50.2 79.3 — 80.0 75.0 234.0
60.1 76.7 — 90.0 86.0 234.0
— 37.8 40.0 — 40.0 235.0
16.7 39.6 45.0 — 40.0 236.0
STD YES 10.2 19.8 43.5 45.0 — 42.0 236.0
39.7 68.3 — 70.0 65.0 236.0
50.2 81.4 — 90.0 77.0 236.0
60.1 78.8 — 90.0 89.0 236.0
460-3-60
— 37.7 40.0 — 41.0 245.0
16.7 40.3 45.0 — 41.0 245.0
HIGH STATIC NO 10.2 19.8 44.3 50.0 — 43.0 245.0
39.7 69.1 — 70.0 66.0 245.0
50.2 82.1 — 90.0 78.0 245.0
60.1 79.6 — 90.0 89.0 245.0
— 40.4 45.0 — 43.0 247.0
16.7 42.4 50.0 — 43.0 247.0
HIGH STATIC YES 10.2 19.8 46.4 50.0 — 45.0 247.0
39.7 71.2 — 80.0 68.0 247.0
50.2 84.2 — 90.0 80.0 247.0
60.1 81.7 — 90.0 92.0 247.0
—/— 82.5/ 82.5 — 90/ 90 89/ 89 550/550
21.7/ 25.0 82.5/ 82.5 — 90/ 90 89/ 89 550/550
STD NO 21.9 33.4/ 38.5 82.3/ 88.8 — 90/100 89/ 89 550/550
66.7/ 77.0 124.0/136.9 — 125/150 119/131 550/550
88.4/102.0 151.1/168.2 — 175/175 144/160 550/550
104.2/120.3 170.9/160.9 — 175/200 162/181 550/550
208/230-3-60
—/— 88.5/ 88.5 — 100/100 95/ 95 555/555
21.7/ 25.0 88.5/ 88.5 — 100/100 95/ 95 555/555
STD YES 21.9 33.4/ 38.5 87.1/ 93.0 — 100/100 95/ 95 555/555
66.7/ 77.0 128.8/141.1 — 150/150 125/136 555/555
88.4/102.0 155.9/172.4 — 175/175 150/165 555/555
104.2/120.3 175.7/165.1 — 200/200 168/186 555/555
50HJ014
— 39.3 45.0 — 43.0 260.0
16.7 40.3 45.0 — 43.0 260.0
STD NO 10.2 19.8 44.3 50.0 — 43.0 260.0
39.7 69.1 — 70.0 66.0 260.0
50.2 82.1 — 90.0 78.0 260.0
60.1 79.6 — 90.0 89.0 260.0
460-3-60
— 42.0 45.0 — 45.0 262.0
16.7 42.4 50.0 — 45.0 262.0
STD YES 10.2 19.8 46.4 50.0 — 45.0 262.0
39.7 71.2 — 80.0 68.0 262.0
50.2 84.2 — 90.0 80.0 262.0
60.1 81.7 — 90.0 92.0 262.0

LEGEND Example: Supply voltage is 460-3-60.


FLA — Full Load Amps AB = 452 v
HACR — Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration BC = 464 v
IFM — Indoor (Evaporator) Fan Motor AC = 455 v
LRA — Locked Rotor Amps 452 + 464 + 455
MCA — Minimum Circuit Amps Average Voltage =
MOCP — Maximum Overcurrent Protection 3
NEC — National Electrical Code 1371
UL — Underwriters’ Laboratories =
3
*Used to determine minimum disconnect per NEC.
= 457
NOTES: Determine maximum deviation from average voltage.
1. In compliance with NEC requirements for multimotor and combination load equipment (AB) 457 – 452 = 5 v
(refer to NEC Articles 430 and 440), the overcurrent protective device for the unit shall (BC) 464 – 457 = 7 v
be fuse or HACR breaker. UL, Canada units may be fuse or circuit breaker. (AC) 457 – 455 = 2 v
2. Unbalanced 3-Phase Supply Voltage Maximum deviation is 7 v.
Never operate a motor where a phase imbalance in supply voltage is greater than 2%. Determine percent of voltage imbalance.
Use the following formula to determine the percent of voltage imbalance. 7
% Voltage Imbalance = 100 x
max voltage deviation from average voltage 457
= 100 x = 1.53%
average voltage
This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below the maximum allowable 2%.

IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase imbalance is more than 2%, contact your
local electric utility company immediately.

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Table 23 — Electric Heater Usage — COBRA™ Energy Recovery Units 50HJ008-014 with 62AQ200
ACCESSORY HEATER ACCESSORY SINGLE POINT BOX
UNIT VOLTAGE ACCESORY PART NUMBER PART NUMBER
50HJ (60 Hz) kW
CRHEATER---A00 CRSINGLE---A00
7.8/ 9.6/10.4 017 007
208/230/240 12.0/14.7/16.0 010 007*
(3 phase) 18.6/22.8/24.8 011 009
24.0/29.4/32.0 012 009
31.8/39.0/42.4 012+017 009
008
12.8/13.9 016 006
460/480 15.2/16.5 013 006
(3 phase) 25.6/27.8 014 006†
30.4/33.0 015 008
38.4/41.7 014+016 010
7.8/ 9.6/10.4 017 012
208/230/240 12.0/14.7/16.0 010 012**
(3 phase) 18.6/22.8/24.8 011 015
24.0/29.4/32.0 012 015
31.8/39.0/42.4 012+017 015
009
12.8/13.9 016 011
460/480 15.2/16.5 013 011
(3 phase) 25.6/27.8 014 011††
30.4/33.0 015 014
38.4/41.7 014+016 016
7.8/ 9.6/10.4 017 ***
208/230/240 12.0/14.7/16.0 010 ***
(3 phase) 24.0/29.4/32.0 012 ***
31.8/38.9/42.4 012+017 ***
37.5/46.0/50.0 010+012 ***
012
12.8/13.9 016 011
460/480 15.2/16.5 013 011
(3 phase) 30.4/33.0 015 014
38.4/41.7 014+016 014
46.0/50.0 013+015 016
7.8/ 9.6/10.4 017 ***
208/230/240 12.0/14.7/16.0 010 ***
(3 phase) 24.0/29.4/32.0 012 ***
31.8/38.9/42.4 012+017 ***
37.5/46.0/50.0 010+012 ***
014
12.8/13.9 016 011
460/480 15.2/16.5 013 011
(3 phase) 30.4/33.0 015 016
38.4/41.7 014+016 016
46.0/50.0 013+015 016
*009 on units with convenience outlet or high-static motor.
†008 on high-static units with convenience outlet.
**015 on units with convenience outlet or high-static motor.
††014 on high-static units with convenience outlet.
***Part of base unit.
NOTES:
1. The rated heater voltage is 240 and 480 v. If power distribution voltage varies from rated heater voltage, heater kW vary accordingly.
2. To determine heater kW at voltages other than those shown in table, use the following formula:
Heater kW new = Heater kW rated x (unit power distribution voltage / rated heater voltage) 2
As an example:
For a 16 kW heater rated at 240 v with a power distribution voltage of 215 v
kW new = 16 kW (215/240) 2
kW new = 12.8 kW (rating at 215 v)

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Table 24 — Electrical Data (COBRA™ Energy Recovery Units 50HJ008-014 with 62AQ300)
HEAT POWER SUPPLY DISCONNECT SIZE*
NOMINAL IFM CONV 62AQ
UNIT FUSE OR
V-PH-Hz TYPE OUTLET FLA FLA MCA MOCP FLA LRA
HACR BKR
—/— 68.0/ 68.0 80/80 — 75/ 75 420/420
21.7/ 25.0 68.7/ 72.9 — 90/ 90 75/ 75 420/420
STD NO 29.8 33.4/ 38.5 83.3/ 89.7 — 100/100 81/ 87 420/420
51.7/ 59.7 106.2/116.2 — 125/125 102/112 420/420
66.7/ 77.0 125.0/137.8 — 150/150 120/131 420/420
88.4/102.0 152.1/169.1 — 175/175 145/160 420/420
—/— 74.0/ 74.0 80/80 — 80/ 80 425/425
21.7/ 25.0 74.0/ 77.1 — 90/ 90 80/ 80 425/425
STD YES 29.8 33.4/ 38.5 88.1/ 93.9 — 100/110 87/ 92 425/425
51.7/ 59.7 111.0/120.4 — 125/125 108/116 425/425
66.7/ 77.0 129.8/142.0 — 150/150 125/136 425/425
88.4/102.0 156.9/173.3 — 175/175 150/165 425/425
208/230-3-60
—/— 71.1/ 71.1 80/80 — 78/ 78 445/445
21.7/ 25.0 71.8/ 76.0 — 90/ 90 78/ 78 445/445
HIGH STATIC NO 29.8 33.4/ 38.5 86.4/ 92.8 — 100/110 85/ 91 445/445
51.7/ 59.7 109.3/119.3 — 125/125 106/115 445/445
66.7/ 77.0 128.1/140.9 — 150/150 123/135 445/445
88.4/102.0 155.2/172.2 — 175/175 148/164 445/445
—/— 77.1/ 77.1 80/80 — 84/ 84 449/449
21.7/ 25.0 77.1/ 80.2 — 90/100 84/ 84 449/449
HIGH STATIC YES 29.8 33.4/ 38.5 91.2/ 97.0 — 110/110 90/ 96 449/449
51.7/ 59.7 114.1/123.5 — 125/150 111/120 449/449
66.7/ 77.0 132.9/145.1 — 150/150 129/140 449/449
50HJ008 88.4/102.0 160.0/176.4 — 175/200 154/169 449/449
— 35.0 40.0 — 38.0 211.0
16.7 44.4 60.0 — 41.0 211.0
STD NO 15.8 19.8 48.3 60.0 — 45.0 211.0
33.4 65.3 — 80.0 61.0 211.0
39.7 73.1 — 90.0 68.0 211.0
50.2 86.2 — 100.0 80.0 211.0
— 37.7 40.0 — 41.0 213.0
16.7 46.5 60.0 — 44.0 213.0
STD YES 15.8 19.8 50.4 60.0 — 47.0 213.0
33.4 67.4 — 80.0 63.0 213.0
39.7 75.2 — 90.0 70.0 213.0
50.2 88.3 — 100.0 82.0 213.0
460-3-60
— 36.4 40.0 — 40.0 223.0
16.7 45.8 60.0 — 43.0 224.0
HIGH STATIC NO 15.8 19.8 49.7 60.0 — 47.0 224.0
33.4 66.7 — 80.0 62.0 224.0
39.7 74.5 — 90.0 69.0 224.0
50.2 87.6 — 100.0 81.0 224.0
— 39.1 45.0 — 43.0 225.0
16.7 47.9 60.0 — 45.0 226.0
HIGH STATIC YES 15.8 19.8 51.8 60.0 — 49.0 226.0
33.4 68.8 — 80.0 65.0 226.0
39.7 76.6 — 90.0 72.0 226.0
50.2 89.7 — 100.0 84.0 226.0
—/— 70.0/ 70.0 80/80 — 77/ 77 454/454
21.7/ 25.0 70.0/ 72.9 — 90/ 90 77/ 77 454/454
STD NO 29.8 33.4/ 38.5 83.3/ 89.7 — 100/100 81/ 87 454/454
51.7/ 59.7 106.2/116.2 — 125/125 102/112 454/454
66.7/ 77.0 125.0/137.8 — 150/150 120/131 454/454
88.4/102.0 152.1/169.1 — 175/175 145/160 454/454
—/— 76.0/ 76.0 80/80 — 82/ 82 459/459
21.7/ 25.0 76.0/ 77.1 — 90/ 90 82/ 82 459/459
STD YES 29.8 33.4/ 38.5 88.1/ 93.9 — 100/110 87/ 92 459/459
51.7/ 59.7 111.0/120.4 — 125/125 108/116 459/459
66.7/ 77.0 129.8/142.0 — 150/150 125/136 459/459
88.4/102.0 156.9/173.3 — 175/175 150/165 459/459
208/230-3-60
—/— 73.1/ 73.1 80/80 — 80/ 80 479/479
21.7/ 25.0 73.1/ 76.0 — 90/ 90 80/ 80 479/479
HIGH STATIC NO 29.8 33.4/ 38.5 86.4/ 92.8 — 100/110 85/ 91 479/479
51.7/ 59.7 109.3/119.3 — 125/125 106/115 479/479
66.7/ 77.0 128.1/140.9 — 150/150 123/135 479/479
88.4/102.0 155.2/172.2 — 175/175 148/164 479/479
—/— 79.1/ 79.1 80/80 — 86/ 86 483/483
21.7/ 25.0 79.1/ 80.2 — 90/100 86/ 86 483/483
33.4/ 38.5 91.2/ 97.0 — 110/110 90/ 96 483/483
HIGH STATIC YES 29.8 51.7/ 59.7 114.1/123.5 — 125/150 111/120 483/483
66.7/ 77.0 132.9/145.1 — 150/150 129/140 483/483
50HJ009 88.4/102.0 160.0/176.4 — 175/200 154/169 483/483
— 37.3 40.0 — 41.0 233.0
16.7 44.4 60.0 — 41.0 233.0
STD NO 15.8 19.8 48.3 60.0 — 45.0 233.0
33.4 65.3 — 80.0 61.0 233.0
39.7 73.1 — 90.0 68.0 233.0
50.2 86.2 — 100.0 80.0 233.0
— 40.0 45.0 — 43.0 235.0
16.7 46.5 60.0 — 44.0 235.0
STD 15.8 19.8 50.4 60.0 — 47.0 235.0
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