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Concepcion

Carrier
Air conditioning
Company

CONTENTS

INSTALLATION MANUAL, START-UP &


SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS

07KHP WATERCOOLED
SPLIT CONDENSING UNIT

Installation

CONTENTS
Installation - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1
Dimensional Drawing

--------------------- 2

Specifications - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2
Piping Works - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 3
Electrical Connections & Diagrams - - - - - - - - - - - 6,9-13
Operation and Start-Up - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 6
Refrigerant Charging - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 7
Maintenance - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 7
Trouble Shooting - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 13

INSTALLATION
UNPACKING Move unit to final location. Remove plastics wrap
from unit being careful not to damage or cause scratch to the unit.
Check the shipment against shipping list and remove unit protective
covering. If the unit has been damaged, file claim with transportation
company and immediately notify Concepcion-Carrier or its authorized
Dealer.

PRIOR TO INSTALLATION OF THE 07KHP


UNITS, REVIEW THE FOLLOWING IMPORTANT
POINTS
CEILING MOUNTED INSTALLATION

CAUTION Consult local building and National Electrical codes for


special installation requirements. Check that electrical data on units
nameplate correspond to job site electrical supply. Check that field
power supply is sized for the units and additional accessories like water
pumps, cooling towers and indoor units.
However, for applications such as hotel rooms, care needs to
be taken to prevent break out noise from the immediate
surroundings into the room below.

FLOOR MOUNTED INSTALLATION

Select a suitable location for the unit. For example, use


Kitchen or Bathroom ceiling spaces. (See Fig. 6)

Select a suitable location for the unit. For example, use


kitchen or balcony spaces. (See Fig. 7)

Make sure that there is enough ceiling clearance between unit


and slab. Check units dimensional drawing. Clearance should
also be allowed for ceiling acoustic treatment and piping.

Make sure that enough space clearance for unit. Check units
dimensional drawing. Clearance should be also allowed for
acoustic treatment and piping.

To design steel frame for units base, do not place unit directly
on the ceiling. Use a strong hanging suspension when
installing the steel frame to slab.

To design a compartment complete with access panel or door


for maintenance and servicing the unit.

Use vibration isolators between the unit and floor. Do not


place the unit directly onto the floor.

After the unit is installed and pipe works are completed, be


sure to insulate the units internal compartment with acoustic
treatment.

Ensure there is sufficient clearance between hanging rods


and cabinet access panels, so that service work can be
carried easily. See the back page drawing for details.

Place the unit onto the steel frame and make sure that the
unit is leveled. Use vibration isolators between unit and steel
frame. Do not use rubber blocks as isolators.

Vibration isolators are also required for water pipe and


refrigerant tube connections. Care should be taken with
refrigerant piping to avoid any transmission of noise and
vibration to the ceiling or walls. Provide enough pipe flexibility
before fixing unit to the structure.

Provide access panel in ceiling. Make sure the panel is


located near the unit for easy maintenance and servicing.

After the unit is installed and pipe work are completed, be


sure to insulate the units surroundings with acoustic
treatment. An acoustic type insulation can be used for
additional sound reduction.

FIG. 2 DIMENSIONAL DRAWING

07KHP
012

mm

TOP VIEW

07KHP
018

07KHP
024

07KHP
040

07KHP
060

07KHP
090

508.0

623.0

H1

355.0

549.0

H2

254.0

H3

179.0

H4

105.0

569.0

680.0

W1

329.0

W2

179.0

W3

130.0

W4

420.0

FRONT VIEW

TABLE 1 SPECIFICATIONS
07KHP

MODEL
RATED CAPACITY
CDU POWER INPUT
NET WEIGHT

013

018

024

040

060

(TONS)

1.0

1.5

2.0

3.0

5.0

7.5

(kW)

1.08

1.75

2.22

3.15

5.15

6.45

(kg)

52

54

63

70

78

93

Type

REFRIGERANT

R-22

Charging method

By Superheat Method

Type
Compr. Model
COMPRESSORS

PLATE HEAT EXCHANGER


(STAINLESS STEEL)

Rotary
RH189NRAT RH277NHDT

NH52NAHT ZR61KC-TF5 ZR81KC-TF5

RLA (A)

4.8

7.8

12.6

16.8

20.7

LRA (A)

35

47

66

91

139

179

Refill Oil Charged (lit. / oz)

0.52 / 17.6

0.52 / 17.6

0.90 / 30

1.30 / 44

1.83 / 62

1.66 / 56

Quantity

1
25.4 (1) FPT

Suction,mm (in.) Flare Type

12.7 (1/2)

12.7 (1/2)

15.8 (5/8)

15.8 (5/8)

19.05 (3/4)

Liquid, mm (in.) Flare Type

6.35 ()

6.35 ()

9.52 (3/8)

9.52 (3/8)

9.52 (3/8)

CONTROL PRESSURESTAT SETTINGS


(Open / Close pressure settings)

High Press (PSIG)


Low Press (PSIG)

n.a.

POWER SOURCE (V-Ph-Hz) NOMINAL

(V)

208/230 - 1 - 60

PERMISSIBLE MIN-MAX VOLTAGE

(V)

REFRIGERANT CONTROL DEVICE IN UNIT


RLA : Rated Load Amps
LRA : Locked Rotor Amps
Data rated at 29.5 Water Out, 27C/19C Indoor Condition
* - Capillary tube located at FCU on model ASBFM0360-060 (Floor Standing)
** - Accurator is located at FCU on model 42AR0036-060 (Ceiling Type), 42GKX036-060(Cassette
type), 42LX036-060(Ceiling-Ducted). 7.5TR system normally uses TXV metering device.

Scroll

PH39NPBT

Water Inlet / Outlet ,mm (in.)

REFRIGERANT CONNECTIONS

090

25.0

S-28.6
(1-1/8)
S-15.8 (5/8)

426 7 / 320 20
27 4 / 67 7
230 - 3 - 60
197 - 253
Capillary Tube

Capillary*/Accurator**

Note: Refill oil charge is for service use after compressor has been drained. This value is different
and less than Factory oil charged. Use only corresponding compressor maker approved specs.
(S) under refrigerant connections section means Sweat Type connection.

PIPING WORK

SIGHT GLASS AND FILTER DRIER

REFRIGERANT PIPING

Use correct size and good condition field supply tubing of


refrigerant grade.

Run refrigerant tubes as straight as possible. Avoid


unnecessary turns and bends.

Suspend refrigerant tubes so that they do not transmit


vibration to structure.

Also when passing refrigerant tubes through wall, seal


opening so vibration is not transmitted to structure.

Leave some slack in refrigerant tubes between structure and


unit to absorb vibration.

NOTE: The longer the interconnecting piping, the lower the


cooling capacity of the unit. See table 2.

Table 2
MODEL
07KHP

Sight glass and filter drier are factory supplied and field installed
applicable for model 07KHP036,048, 060 and 090 only. Warranty will be
voided if these models were not fitted with external filter drier in the field
installation.

TUBING CONNECTIONS AND LEAK TEST

Both suction and liquid are equipped with flare type


connections. (except for Model 090 uses sweat connection).

Assemble flare joint by aligning tubing with machine surface


of fitting. Start run onto threads by turning backwards first
then forwards.

All lines should be assembled with type L or quarter hard


drawn refrigeration grade copper tubing and not with copper
water pipe.

Reduction in capacity vs increase in pipe length


EQUIVALENGHT PIPING LENGTH (ONE WAY)

Use the following brazing alloys:

5m

10m

15m

20m

25m

012

1.7%

2.7%

3.7%

4.8%

018

1.6%

2.8%

3.8%

4.9%

024

1.7%

3.0%

4.0%

5.4%

040

1.8%

3.0%

4.2%

5.6%

060

2.1%

3.8%

4.7%

5.9%

090

2.5%

4.3%

5.2%

6.3%

The permission piping for recommended combinations as per Table 3


and fig. 3.

Table 3 Vertical and horizontal separation between fan coil and


condensing unit.
MAX. LIFT, H m (ft)
MODEL
07KHP

MAX. DISTANCE, L
m (ft)

012

15 (50)

7.5 (25)

5.0 (16)

018

15 (50)

10 (33)

7.5 (25)

024

15 (50)

10 (33)

7.5 (25)

040

18 (60)

10 (33)

7.5 (25)

060

18 (60)

10 (33)

7.5 (25)

090

18 (60)

15 (50)

10 (33)

CDU ABOVE
FCU

CDU BELOW
FCU

Copper to Copper -------------- 5% Silver Alloy (no flux)


Copper to Steel or Brass ---- 35% Silver Alloy (no flux)

Remove cap and Schrader core from service port to protect


seals from heat damage. Wrap service valve with wet rag
before applying heat. Flow dry nitrogen into a service port and
through the tubing while brazing to prevent pipe oxidation.

Pressurize line set and coil through service fittings with dry
nitrogen to 150 psig maximum (or refer to Carrier Standard
Service Techniques Manual, chapter 1, section 1-6) If a leak
is found, recover pressure and repair all leaks.

WARNING:
DO NOT USE OXYGEN TO PURGE LINES OR PRESSURE SYSTEM
FOR LEAK TEST. OXYGEN REACTS VIOLENTLY WITH OIL, WHICH
CAN CAUSE AN EXPLOSION RESULTING IN SEVERE PERSONAL
INJURY OR DEATH.

PIPING INSULATION
Insulate both suction and liquid lines as per Fig. 4

FIG. 4

PIPING INSULATION

EVACUATION AND DEHYDRATION

WATER PIPING

Evacuation is the most important part of the entire service procedure.


The life and efficiency of the equipment is dependent upon the
evacuation and dehydration thoroughness exercised by the
serviceman.

Water inlet and outlet are equipped with 25.4mm or 1 (FPT)


female pipe thread.

Make sure that internal water piping is clean.

Air in the system causes high condensing temperature and pressure,


resulting in increased power consumption and at the same time it
reduces system efficiency. Moisture chemically reacts with the
refrigerant and oil thus forming corrosive acids which attacks motor
windings and metal parts, causing early breakdown.

Use correct size wrenches and proper sealing for water inlet
and outlet connections.

Do not over tighten the connections.

Suspend or use vibration isolators on water pipes, for pipes


not to transmit vibration.

Field install air bleed valve and dirt leg pipes (for backwashing
purposes) in water piping system.

Field install water supply and return line connection and check
for water pressure drop and flow rates.

Water piping accessories, water strainer (screen assemblies


of 20 to 40 mesh) and water flow switch to be field supplied
and installed.

Water system needs to be chemically treated in order to


maintain water cleanliness and minimize scale build-up.

After all the water piping is completed, be sure to flush all pipe
work prior to start-up.

After the system has been leak checked and proven leak free, connect
the vacuum pump and evacuate system to 29 Hg vacuum. It is
advisable to connect both vacuum pump hose to the high-side and lowside of the system to have a better and faster evacuation.
FINAL LEAK TEST
After the unit has been properly evacuated and charged, use a halogen
leak detector to check system for leaks. In the absence of this device
water-soap solution is acceptable. All piping within the condensing unit,
evaporator, and interconnecting tubing should be checked for leaks. If a
leak is detected, the refrigerant should be recovered before repairing the
leak. This is in compliance with the Clean Air Act.

Condenser water inlet need to be controlled at 29.5C(85F ).


It is advisable to always maintain the water inlet temperature in
this region. This can be accomplished by using a thermostat to
control the cooling tower fan and water temperature in the
basin of the tower.

FIG. 5 TYPICAL PIPING & WIRING WORKS

FIG. 6 CEILING MOUNTED INSTALLATION

FIG. 7 FLOOR MOUNTED INSTALLATION

ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
POWER WIRING
%Voltage Imbalance

WARNING

max voltage deviation from average voltage


= 100 x
average voltage

TO AVOID POSSIBLE INJURY OR DEATH DUE TO


ELECTRICAL SHOCK, OPEN THE POWER SUPPLY
DISCONNECT SWITCH (SWITCH-OFF) AND SECURE
IT IN AN OPEN POSITION DURING INSTALLATION.
USE LOCK-OUT AND TAG-OUT SECURITY LOCKS!

Example: Supply voltage is 460 - 3 - 60.




Unit is factory wired for voltage shown on nameplate.


Provide adequate fused disconnect switch within sight of unit,
readily accessible but out of reach of children.
Provision for locking switch open (off) is advisable to prevent
power from being turned on while unit is installed or serviced.
Disconnect switch, fuses and field wiring must comply with
local codes. Size the wire as per electrical specification shown
in CCAC Service Installer Blue Book.
Use terminal marked L and N for 230V-1Ph-60Hz (or 230V3Ph-60Hz for 3phase) power supply. See respective wiring
diagram shown on the preceding pages.

AB = 452 v
BC = 464 v
AC = 455 v

452 + 464 + 455




Average Voltage =
3
1371
=
3
= 457

Determine maximum deviation from average voltage:


(AB) 457 - 452 = 5 v
(BC) 464 - 457 = 7 v
(CA) 457 - 455 = 2 v
Maximum deviation is 7 v.

CONTROL CIRCUIT WIRING

Determine percent voltage imbalance:

CAUTION

THE CONTROL VOLTAGE FROM THE FAN COIL UNIT


MUST BE OF 230V. DO NOT CONNECT THE POWER
SUPPLY TO THE SIGNAL

% Voltage Imbalance = 100 x


457
= 1.53%

For FCU model 42LX036-060, Wall mounted Thermostat


complete with 3 speed switch and CDU factory wired
minimum 3/5 minutes time delay is standard. Do not reset the
delay time to lower setting.
All 07KHP models are equipped with High Pressure switch to
protect Compressor from overload condition. This is an auto
reset type, no necessary changes or alteration is required in
the field.
Use terminal block marked S1 for Compressor signal control
.

Consult the unit wiring diagram located on the inside of the


access panel to ensure proper electrical hookup. Route power
supply and signal wires through opening in units side panel to
their respective terminals. Check all electrical connections,
including factory wiring within the unit and make sure all
connections are tight.

All final electrical connections must be made with a length of flexible


conduit to minimize vibration and sound transmission to the building.
Field wiring must comply with local and national fire, safety and
electrical codes.
SUPPLY VOLTAGE
Operating voltage to unit must be within voltage range indicated in
Table 1. On 3-phase units voltage imbalanced must be within 2%. Use
the following formula to determine the percent voltage imbalance. In
some areas where single phasing is more likely to occur, the electrical
contractor/Installer is encourage to install a voltage phase protector to
protect the unit from single phasing.

This amount of phase imbalance is satisfactory as it is below


the maximum allowable 2%.
Operation on improper line voltage or excessive phase
imbalance constitutes abuse and may cause damage to
electrical components.

OPERATION AND START-UP


PRELIMINARY CHECKS
Before operating the unit be sure the following are in order.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

TO START UNIT
1.
2.
3.
4.

All wiring connections are correct and tight.


All barriers, covers and panels are in place.
Electrical power supply conform to units requirement.
Water piping system are flushed and clean.
Water system is chemically treated.
Water inlet temperature is maintained around 29.5C (85F).
All joints are leak tested and leak free.
All valves are opened.

Field disconnect switch is closed.


Set room temperature below ambient setting.
Compressor will start once time delay has elapsed (3 or 5 minutes
is standard depending on model)
Operate unit for 30 minutes, then check system refrigerant charge.

REFRIGERANT CHARGING
CAUTION
TO PREVENT PERSONAL INJURY, WEAR SAFETY GLASSES
AND GLOVES WHEN HANDLING REFRIGERANT. DO NOT
OVERCHARGED SYSTEM. THIS CAN CAUSE COMPRESSOR
FLOODING.

The 07KHP units are packed with refrigerant holding charge only.
Proper refrigerant charge is determine using Superheat method.

IMPORTANT
For accurate system performance, charge by superheat method as
shown in table 6 and 7.
To check and adjust charge, follow the following procedures:
Operate unit for a minimum of 30 minutes before checking
charge.
2. Measure suction pressure by attaching a gauge to suction
line service port.
3. Measure suction line temperature by attaching a service
thermometer to unit suction line near suction valve. Insulate
thermometer for accurate readings.
4. Measure entering water temperature with a second
thermometer.
5. Measure indoor coil air inlet wet-bulb temperature with a sling
psychrometer.
6.
Refer to table 4. Find entering water temperature and wetbulb temperature entering indoor coil. At this intersection,
note the superheat.
7. Refer to table 5. Find superheat and temperature and suction
pressure, note suction line temperature.
8. If unit has higher suction line temperature than charted
temperature add refrigerant until charted temperature is
reached.
9. If unit has lower suction line temperature than charted
temperature, bleed refrigerant until charted temperature is
reached.
10. If entering water temperature or pressure at suction line
changes, charge to new suction line temperature indicated on
chart.
11. This procedure is valid independent of indoor air quantity.

CLEANING HEAT EXCHANGER


Use a tank with 5% phosphoric acid. Pump the cleaning liquid through
the plate heat exchanger at 1.5 times normal flow rate for optimum
cleaning, preferably in back flush mode. Then, rinse with large amount
of fresh water to get rid of all the acid before starting up the system
again. Clean at regular interval.

TABLE 4 AIR AND WATER LIMITS


LIMITS

STANDARD TEMPERATURE

AIR

(C)

Min. Ambient Air

21

Rated Ambient Air

27

Max. Ambient Air

43

Min. Entering Air at Evap

21

Rated Entering Air, DB/WB

27/19

Max Entering Air, DB/WB

32/23

WATER

(C)

1.

Min. Entering Water

15

Normal Entering Water

29.5

Max Entering Water *

35

* At maximum water flow conditions only as shown on Table 5


below

TABLE 5

WATER FLOW LIMITATIONS

UNIT MODEL NO. - 07KHP

MAX / MIN L/S (GPM)

013

0.25 / 0.1
(4 / 1.5)

018

0.38 / 0.14
(6 / 2.3)

024
040

MAINTENANCE

060
090

CAUTION
BEFORE PERFORMING RECOMMENDED MAINTENANCE, BE
SURE UNIT MAIN POWER SWITCH IS TURNED OFF. FAILURE
TO DO SO MAY RESULT IN ELECTRIC SHOCK OR INJURY.

Remove units access panels for internal servicing and maintenance.

LUBRICANT
Compressor contains factory oil charge. Replace oil when lost. See
table 3 for oil recharge and refer to Carrier Manual Chapter 1, page 1-21
for oil recharging procedure.

0.5 / 0.19
(8 / 3)
0.76 / 0.28
(12 / 4.5)
1.26 / 0.47
(20 / 7.5)
1.89 / 0.72
(30 / 11.5)

NOTE: Water flow must be sufficient to obtain a maximum 10F


temperature rise across the water-to-refrigerant heat exchanger when
operating in the cooling mode. Water flow rates greater than 4.0 GPM
per nominal ton or water velocities of 10 ft/sec or more may cause
erosion damage to the water-to-refrigerant heat exchanger.

TABLE 6
Superheat Charging Table (English)
(Superheat Entering Suction Service Valve)

Superheat Charging Table (Metric)


(Superheat Entering Suction Service Valve)
ENT.
WATER
TEMP(C)

10

11.1

12.2

13.3

23.3

24.4

12 14 17 20 23 26 29 32 35 37 40 42 45

12

6.7

7.8

9.4 11.1 12.8 14.4 16.1 17.8 19.4 20.6 22.2 23.3

25

10 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 33 35 38 40 43

15.5

3.9

5.6

6.7

8.3

10

65

10 13 16 19 21 24 27 30 33 36 38 41

18.3

3.3

5.8

7.2

8.9 10.6 11.7 13.3

70

10 13 16 19 21 24 27 30 33 36 39

21.1

5.6

7.2

75

12 15 18 21 24 28 31 34 37

23.9

3.3

6.7

8.3

10

80

12 15 18 21 25 28 31 35

26.7

2.8

4.4

6.7

8.3

10

85

11 15 19 22 26 30 33

29.4

4.4

6.1

8.3 10.6 12.2 14.4 16.7 18.3

90

13 16 20 24 27 31

32.2

2.8

7.2

8.9 11.1 13.3

95

10 14 18 22 25 29

36

4.4

5.6

7.8

10

100

12 15 20 23 27

37.8

3.3

6.7

8.3 11.1 12.8

105

13 17 22 26

40.6

2.8

7.2

9.4 12.2 14.4

INDOOR COIL ENTERING AIR (F) WET-BULB

ENT.
WATER
TEMP(F)

50

52

55

60

54

56

58

60

62

64

66

68

70

72

74

76

INDOOR COIL ENTERING AIR (C) WET-BULB


14.4

15.6

16.7

17.8

11.7 13.3

15

18.9

20

21.1

22.2

16.7 18.3 19.4 21.1 22.2 23.9


15

8.9 10.6 11.7 13.3

16.7 18.3
15

20

16.7 18.3

21.1 22.8
20

11.7 13.3 15.6 17.2 18.9 20.6


11.7 13.9 15.6 17.2 19.4

15

17.2

12.2 13.9 16.1


15

110

11 15 20 25

43.3

3.3

6.1

8.3 11.1 13.9

115

46.1

4.4

7.8

14 18 23

Symbol dash (-) means: Do not attempt to charge system under these conditions
or refrigerant slugging may occur.

10

Symbol dash (-) means: Do not attempt to charge system under these conditions
or refrigerant slugging may occur.

TABLE 7
Required Suction Tube Temperature (English)
(Entering Suction Service Valve)

Required Suction Tube Temperature (Metric)


(Entering Suction Service Valve)

SUCTION PRESSURE AT SERVICE PORT (psig)

SUPERHEAT
TEMP (F)

61.5

64.2

67.1

70.0

73.0

76.0

79.2

82.4

85.7

35

37

39

41

43

45

47

49

51

37

39

41

43

45

47

49

51

53

39

41

43

45

47

49

51

53

55

41

43

45

47

49

51

53

55

57

43

45

47

49

51

53

55

57

59

10

45

47

49

51

53

55

57

59

61

12

47

49

51

53

55

57

59

61

63

14

49

51

53

55

57

59

61

63

65

16

51

53

55

57

59

61

63

65

67

18

53

55

57

59

61

63

65

67

69

20

55

57

59

61

63

65

67

69

71

22

57

59

61

63

65

67

69

71

73

24

59

61

63

65

67

69

71

73

75

26

61

63

65

67

69

71

73

75

77

28

63

65

67

69

71

73

75

77

79

30

65

67

69

71

73

75

77

79

81

32

67

69

71

73

75

77

79

81

83

34

69

71

73

75

77

79

81

83

85

36

71

73

75

77

79

81

83

85

87

38

73

75

77

79

81

83

85

87

89

40

75

77

79

81

83

85

87

89

91

21.7

SUCTION PRESSURE AT SERVICE PORT (KPaG)

SUPERHEAT
TEMP (K)

424

443

463

483

503

524

546

568

591

1.7

2.8

3.9

6.1

7.2

8.3

9.4

10.6

1.1

2.8

3.9

6.1

7.2

8.3

9.4

10.6

11.7

2.2

3.9

6.1

7.2

8.3

9.4

10.6

11.7

12.8

3.3

6.1

7.2

8.3

9.4

10.6

11.7

12.8

13.9

4.4

6.1

7.2

8.3

9.4

10.6

11.7

12.8

13.9

15

5.6

7.2

8.3

9.4

10.6

11.7

12.8

13.9

15

16.1

6.7

8.3

9.4

10.6

11.7

12.8

13.9

15

16.1

17.2

7.8

9.4

10.6

11.7

12.8

13.9

15

16.1

17.2

18.3

8.9

10.6

11.7

12.8

13.9

15

16.1

17.2

18.3

19.4

10

11.7

12.8

13.9

15

16.1

17.2

18.3

19.4

20.6

11.1

12.8

13.9

15

16.1

17.2

18.3

19.4

20.6

21.7

12.2

13.9

15

16.1

17.2

18.3

19.4

20.6

21.7

22.8

13.3

15

16.1

17.2

18.3

19.4

20.6

21.7

22.8

23.9

14.4

16.1

17.2

18.3

19.4

20.6

21.7

22.8

23.9

25

15.6

17.2

18.3

19.4

20.6

21.7

22.8

23.9

25

26.1

16.7

18.3

19.4

20.6

21.7

22.8

23.9

25

26.1

27.2

17.8

19.4

20.6

21.7

22.8

23.9

25

26.1

27.2

28.3

18.9

20.6

21.7

22.8

23.9

25

26.1

27.2

28.3

29.4

20

21.7

22.8

23.9

25

26.1

27.2

28.3

29.4

30.6

21.2

22.8

23.9

25

26.1

27.2

28.3

29.4

30.6

31.7

22.2

23.9

25

26.1

27.2

28.3

29.4

30.6

31.7

32.8

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FIG. 8

WIRING DIAGRAM 07KHP012

FIG. 9 WIRING DIAGRAM 07KHP018 & 024

10

FIG. 10 WIRING DIAGRAM 07KHP040 & 050

FIG. 11

11

WIRING DIAGRAM 07KHP060

FIG. 12

WIRING DIAGRAM 07KHP090

FIG. 13 RECOMMENDED SERVICE CLEARANCES

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TROUBLESHOOTING CHART-COOLING CYCLE


NO COOLING OR
IN-SUFFICIENT
COOLING

COMPRESSOR
WILL NOT RUN

CONTACTOR
OPEN

FAULTY POWER
SUPPLY

OPEN CONTROL
CIRCUIT

COMPRESSOR RUNS
BUT CYCLES ON
INTERNAL
OVERLOAD

CONTACTOR
CLOSED

COMPRESSOR
POWER
SUPPLY OPEN

RESTRICTED
DISCHARGE LINE

LOW SUCTION
PRESSURE

OVERCHARGED OR
NONCONDENSABLES
IN SYSTEM

DIRTY AIR
FILTERS

LOOSE LEADS
AT COMPRESSOR
LOW REFRIGERANT
CHARGED

DEFECTIVE
TIME DELAY

FAULTY START
GEAR (1PH)
LINE VOLTAGE TOO
HIGH OR LOW

CONTACTOR OR
COIL DEFECTIVE

COMPRESSOR
RUNS BUT
INSUFFICIENT
COOLING

OPEN, SHORTED
OR GROUNDED
COMPRESSOR
MOTOR WINDING

DEFECTIVE FAN
CAPACITOR

COMPRESSOR
STUCK

COMPRESSOR
BEARINGS

COMPRESSOR
INTERNAL
PROTECTION
OPEN

HIGH
SUPERHEAT

LOOSE
ELECTRICAL
CONNECTION

DAMPER PARTLY
CLOSED

INDOOR COIL
FROSTED

SLIGHTLY
LOW ON
REFRIGERANT

LIQUID LINE
SLIGHTLY
RESTRICTED

NO WATER FLOW
THROUGH HEAT
EXCHANGER

METERING DEVICE
RESTRICTED

AIR TRAPPED IN
WATER CIRCUIT

INCORRECT
METERING DEVICE

BLOCKED WATER
CIRCUITS HEAT
EXCHANGER

INDOOR COIL
STAINER
RESTRICTED

HIGH SUCTION
LOW SUPERHEAT

UNIT
OVERCHARGED

INCORRECT
METERING DEVICE
INTERNAL
PRESSURE RELIEF
OPEN

CONDENSER ENT.
WATER TEMP.
TO LOW

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DEFECTIVE
COMPRESSOR
VALVES

DUCT
RESTRICTED

INTERNAL
OVERLOAD OPEN

OPEN
HP PRESSURE
SWITCH

HIGH SUCTION
LOW HEAD
PRESSURE

Concepcion
Carrier
Air conditioning
Company
Concepcion Carrier Air Conditioning Company
Km. 20 East Service Road, South Superhighway,
Alabang, Muntinlupa City
Tel. No. (63)2 850 1367
Fax No. (63)2 809 9979
Website: www.carrier.com.ph

Manufacturer reserve the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations
Form 07KHP-4IOM
Replaces: 07KHP-3IOM

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