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50BYN006-024

Single Packaged Air Cooled


Vertical Packaged Units

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

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

LABEL DIAGRAM

FIG. NUMBER

11720011-C

11720960-B

1172007-C

ACCESSORY WIRING
UNIT 50BYN

006-024

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

FIG. NUMBER
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

CARRIER THERMOSTAT WIRING


UNIT 50BYN

006-024

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

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

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

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

LEGEND FOR FIG. 1-7


C
CB
CLO
CR
DT
EQUIP
FSS
GND
HPS
HS
IAQ
IFC

Compressor Contactor
Circuit Breaker
Compressor Lockout
Control Relay
Defrost Thermostat (Evaporator)
Equipment
Filter Status
Ground
High-Pressure Switch
Humidity Sensor
Indoor Air Quality
Indoor-Fan Contactor

IFM
IFP
LPS
NEC
OFC
OFM
OFP
R
T
TB
TDR
TRAN

Indoor-Fan Motor
Indoor-Fan Protector
Low-Pressure Switch
National Electrical Code
Outdoor-Fan Contactor
Outdoor-Fan Motor
Outdoor-Fan Protector
Resistor
Timer
Terminal Block
Time-Delay Relay
Transformer

Field Splice
Terminal Block Connection
Marked Terminal
Unmarked Terminal
Factory Wiring
Field Wiring

NOTES FOR FIG. 1-7


1. Wiring for field power supply must be rated at 60 C minimum. Use
copper or copper-clad aluminum conductors only.
2. Replacement of factory wires must be with 90 C (194 F) appliance
wiring material or its equivalent.
3. Factory wiring is in accordance with NEC (National Electrical Code).
Field modifications or additions must be in compliance with all applicable codes.
4. Fan motors are inherently thermally protected. Three phase motors are protected under primary single phase conditions.

OPERATING SEQUENCE

Carrier TEMP Thermostat The Carrier TEMP Sys-

All units require the addition of a thermostat accessory


package to complete the control circuit. The sequence of operation may vary depending on which package is selected.

tem is a control system which includes a relay pack, TEMP


system thermostat, sensors and appropriate wiring. The TEMP
thermostat is the system controller and works much like a
room thermostat, but provides for communicating control.
The TEMP thermostat requires the addition of an accessory
relay pack to interface with the unit. This relay pack may be
mounted in the low-voltage control compartment. The system operation is the same as stated in the Room-Mounted
Thermostat section above.

Room-Mounted Thermostat These units use an


electronic, communicating electronic, or mechanical thermostat mounted in the conditioned space.
FAN CIRCULATION When the fan selector switch is set
to the ON position, the indoor-fan motor is energized through
G on the thermostat and the indoor-fan contactor is energized. This starts the indoor fan motor (IFM). The fan will
operate to provide continuous air circulation.
COOLING The indoor fan will operate continuously or
when the compressor runs, depending on the setting of the
thermostat fan selector switch. When the thermostat closes
(on a call for cooling Y1 on the thermostat), the control relay (CR), outdoor-fan contactor (OFC) and compressor contactor(s) (C1 and C2 on 20 ton) close. The control relay will
start the indoor fan if it is not already running. The outdoor
fan contactor will start the condenser fan and the compressor contactors will immediately start the first stage compressor(s). The 50BYN024 unit as wired from the factory has
two compressors on first stage and one on second stage. This
may be altered (see application data section of the product
data catalog).
A second stage on 50BYN012-024 units will close if additional cooling demand is required, and will then start the
second-stage compressor. When the thermostat is satisfied,
the second stage compressor will stop first, and then the first
stage compressors will stop when cooling demand is satisfied. The outdoor fan will also stop as soon as the first stage
cooling is satisfied.
HEATING The indoor fan will operate continuously or
when the heater runs, depending on the setting of the thermostat fan selector switch. When the thermostat closes
(on a call for heating), the thermostat activates the water or
steam control valve or electric heater to meet heating
requirements.

CARRIER VARIABLE VOLUME AND TEMPERATURE


(VVTt) SYSTEM The VVT system is a control system
that includes a relay pack (which may be mounted in the low
voltage control compartment); monitor thermostat; zone controllers modulating supply duct dampers; modulating bypass controller sensors; and appropriate wiring. The VVT
thermostat is the system controller. It sends messages to the
relay pack which then sends the appropriate signals to the
50BYN unit for fan, heating and cooling. The monitor thermostat also gathers information from the zone controllers,
which control the zone supply dampers. It provides a zoned,
all-air system for both heating and cooling which supplies
variable volume, variable temperature air to the zones
conditioned.
ALL UNITS The control circuit incorporates a currentsensing lockout relay (Cycle-LOC device) that locks off
the compressor(s) when any safety device is activated (lowor high-pressure switches, outdoor-fan motor overload, or
compressor internal overload). If any compressor safety device opens, the compressor(s) will stop and a 24-v signal
will be sent to the X connection of the low-voltage terminal
strip. The signal may be used to light an indicator light on
the thermostat to show that service is required on the unit.
Since the unit is protected by the Cycle-LOC device, the compressor(s) will not restart following a safety interruption unless the thermostat is satisfied without cooling operation. To
reset the Cycle-LOC control device, manually turn the control power to the OFF, then back to the ON position.
High- and low-pressure switches and motor overload protectors will reset automatically when the condition which caused
the device to trip has dropped below the reset condition.
2

air and energizes Y1 of the unit. On a call for a second stage


of cooling (Y2 energized), the actuator energizes Y1 on the
unit if the outdoor air enthalpy is acceptable. If the outdoor
air is unacceptable, the actuator logic module energizes Y2
of the unit. When the system is equipped with a CO2 sensor
in a modulating configuration, the following applies: If the
system is operating in the Cooling mode and the demand for
fresh air to reduce the carbon dioxide level in the space is
greater than the cooling load demand, the actuator modulates to reduce the carbon dioxide level and does not modulate towards closed if the leaving-air temperature is below
56 F. If, however, the cooling demand is greater than the
demand to reduce the carbon dioxide level, the actuator modulates open and controls to a 56 F leaving-air temperature.
The damper modulates open when the leaving-air temperature demand is greater than the airflow demand required for
the CO2 sensor to reduce carbon dioxide levels. When the
CO2 sensor is installed, there is no minimum leaving air temperature control at the economizer.
USING A CO2 SENSOR WITH THE ECONOMIZER A
separately ordered carbon dioxide sensor (Fig. 9) can be used
to signal the economizer to open the outdoor-air dampers to
admit fresh air and dilute the indoor CO2 level. Sensor descriptions and part numbers are shown below.

A 5-minute timer (Time-Delay Relay [TDR]) will prevent


the compressor(s) from restarting for 5 minutes after any compressor has stopped.
If the condenser-fan motor overheats due to motor overload or lack of cooling air, the internal fan protector will
open the circuit internally in the motor, and the fan will stop.
If a safety control in the unit opens, the condenser fan will
also stop.

Accessories Low ambient control on 50BYN units


is accomplished with a refrigerant operated damper located
on the condenser fan discharge. Low ambient operation does
not affect operating sequence.
WINTER START (38AE900021) Since these units are
equipped with a 27 psig low-pressure switch, a 3-minute lowpressure switch bypass is recommended for operation below
50 F. Order Winter Start Control accessory no. 38AE900021
and install according to the instructions supplied with the
kit. See Fig. 4 for low-pressure switch bypass wiring.
DEFROST THERMOSTAT (50BB-900---001) This thermostat is installed on the evaporator coil and is recommended with Winter Start control. Install thermostat according to instructions supplied with the kit. See Fig. 5 for proper
wiring of defrost thermostat.

CO2 Sensor Accessories

Economizer

CO2 SENSOR ACCESSORY


PART NUMBERS
CGCDXSEN001A00
CGCDXSEN002A00
CGCDXSEN003A00
CGCDXGAS001A00
CGCDXPRM001A00

ECONOMIZER SEQUENCE OF OPERATION When the


thermostat turns the indoor fan on, the economizer relay is
energized and the actuator is powered on. The actuator moves
the dampers to the minimum position as determined by the
adjustment potentiometer on the actuator. If the system uses
a CO2 sensor, the minimum position is determined by the
potentiometer on the required field-supplied adapter. On a
call for heating from the thermostat (W1 and/or W2 energized), the economizer remains at the minimum position.

DESCRIPTION
Wall Mount Sensor (No Display)
Wall Mount Sensor With Display
Duct Mount Sensor (No Display)
Sensor Calibration Service Kit
User Interface Program (UIP)

The CO2 sensors listed above are all factory set for a range
of 0 to 2000 ppm and a linear voltage output of 2 to 10 vdc.
The relay normally open dry contacts (TB-3 and TB-4) are
factory set to close at 1000 ppm. Refer to the installation
instructions with the CO2 sensor for electrical ratings of contacts and information on connecting to power supply. Switch
contacts can be used to set off an alarm or light to indicate
CO2 levels higher than the switch set point. Any changes to
the factory configuration require the purchase of the User
Interface Program (UIP) or Sensor Calibration Service Kit,
which also contains the UIP. For correct modulation of the
economizer actuator motor, a separately ordered adapter
(Honeywell part no. Q769C1007) is required.

NOTE: If a CO2 sensor is used, the economizer can modulate based on the carbon dioxide level in the space. There is
no low leaving-air temperature limit control. Controls to accomplish this must be field-supplied and installed.
On a call for cooling from the thermostat (Y1 energized),
the actuator logic module determines if the outdoor air enthalpy is acceptable according to the set point on the actuator. If the outdoor air enthalpy is acceptable, the economizer
begins to modulate open and is controlled to maintain a
56 F leaving air temperature. If outdoor air enthalpy is
unacceptable, the logic module bypasses the use of outdoor

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

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

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

BLK

ORN

RED

RED

50 BYN UNIT
LOW VOLTAGE WIRING

CB

TRAN
A

RED

BRN

3.2 AMPS

24V

BLU

CR
1

IFP
3

RED

BLK

C1 IFC C2

R
BRN

TB2
BLK

C1 OFC C2
BRN

BRN
T1

ORN
LOGIC

Y1

ORN

3
2

RED

TDR1
X

ORN

BLU

R1

LOGIC
CLO1

BRN
LPS1

OFP

HPS1
BLU

BLU

BLU

C1 C1 C2
BLU

BRN

C1 CR C2

TDR
WINTER
START

Fig. 4 Accessory Winter Start

BRN

BLK

ORN

RED

RED

50 BYN UNIT
LOW VOLTAGE WIRING

CB

TRAN
A

RED

BRN

3.2 AMPS

24V

BLU

CR
1

IFP
3

RED

BLK

C1 IFC C2

R
BRN

TB2
BLK

G
REMOVE
ORN WIRE
T1

C1 OFC C2
BLU

R1

ORN
LOGIC

3
2

Y1

RED

TDR1
X

BRN

BRN

CLO1
X

ORN

LOGIC

BRN
LPS1

OFP

HPS1
BLU

BLU

BLU

C1 C1 C2
BLU

BRN

C1 CR C2
DT

Fig. 5 Accessory Evaporator Defrost Thermostat

BRN

COMMUNICATION
BUS

BLACK
RED
GREEN
RED (+)

TO HEATER
IF USED

REMOTE ROOM
BLACK (-)
SENSOR
SEE NOTE BELOW
FIGURE "A"
HUMIDITY SENSOR
W
R
HS
10
11

WHITE
RED
BLUE
YELLOW
GREEN

FILTER STATUS
SWITCH
10
FSS
11

IAQ SWITCH
FAN STATUS SWITCH

DX COIL
TEMPERATURE
SENSOR

SEE "A"
BLACK
BLACK
BLACK
RED
RED
RED

OUTSIDE AIR
TEMPERATURE
SENSOR

W
R
B
Y
G
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

COOL

R
V

F
A
N

HEAT

13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

FIELD-INSTALLED
JUMPERS

FAN
HEAT 2
HEAT 1 NC
HEAT 1
HEAT/FAN COM
COOL 2
COOL 1
COOL COM
24 VAC (REQ)
24 VAC (COMMON)
GROUND
JUMPER
7 TO 4 TO 3

SUPPLY AIR
TEMPERATURE
SENSOR

(MOUNT IN LOW VOLTAGE


CONTROL COMPARTMENT)

50 BYN UNIT
LOW VOLTAGE WIRING
BLK

ORN

RED

CB

TRAN
A

RED

BRN

3.2 AMPS

24V

RED

CR

TB2
1

ORN

IFP
3

RED

BLK

C1 IFC C2

R
BRN

TB2
BLK

C1 OFC C2

BRN

BRN

BRN
T1

ORN
LOGIC

Y1

BLU

ORN

3
2

RED

LOGIC

TDR1
X

ORN

BRN

CLO1
X

BRN
LPS1

OFP

HPS1
BLU

BLU

BLU

C1 C1 C2
BLU
C1 CR C2

LOGIC
Y2

BLK

T2

BLK

3
2

BRN
RED

TDR2

LOGIC
CLO2

ORN

NOTE: Filter status and humidity sensor may not be used


simultaneously. Only one may be wired to the relay pack.

BRN

BRN
LPS1
ORN

HPS1
BLU

C1 C2 C2

Relay contacts are rated for 1 amp/24 vac.

Fig. 6 Wiring Diagram; 50BYN Unit With Temp Thermostat


9

BLACK
GREEN
WHITE
RED

COMMUNICATION
BUS
BLACK

RED
GREEN

RED (+)

DAMPER
ACTUATOR
BLACK (-)
RED
WHITE
BLUE
YELLOW
GREEN

HUMIDITY SENSOR

WHITE
RED
BLACK
GREEN

WHT
BLK
GRN
BLK
ORN
RED
BLK
RED
BLK
RED

VELOCITY SENSOR

BLACK
RED

DX COIL SENSOR
BLACK
RED

MONITOR STAT
W/TIME CLOCK

OUTSIDE AIR SENSOR

TRANSFORMER
24 VAC/25VA

DC CONNECTOR HARNESS TO
DAMPER ACTUATOR BOARD
REMOTE ROOM
SENSOR (RRS)
(OPTIONAL)

24 VAC POWER CONNECTOR


TO ZONE DAMPER BOARD
CHR06 RELAY PACK
(LOCATE IN LOW
VOLTAGE COMPARTMENT)

TO HEATING COIL
(IF USED)

WHITE H1
BROWN H2
YELLOW C1
BLUE C2
GREEN FSN
RED 24 VAC
BLACK (RVH)
ORANGE (RVC)

BLK

ORN

RED

50 BYN UNIT
LOW VOLTAGE WIRING

CB

TRAN
A

RED

BRN

3.2 AMPS

24V

RED

CR

TB2
1

ORN

IFP
3

RED

BLK

C1 IFC C2

R
BRN

TB2
BLK

C1 OFC C2

BRN

BRN

BRN
T1

ORN
LOGIC

Y1

BLU

ORN

3
2

RED

LOGIC

TDR1
X

ORN

BRN

CLO1
X

BRN
LPS1

OFP

HPS1
BLU

BLU

BLU

C1 C1 C2
BLU
C1 CR C2

LOGIC
Y2

BLK

T2

BLK

3
2

BRN
RED

TDR2

LOGIC
CLO2

ORN

BRN

BRN
LPS1
ORN

HPS1
BLU

Fig. 7 Wiring Diagram; 50BYN With VVTT and Relay Pack

10

C1 C2 C2

ORN

BLK

RED

50 BYN UNIT
LOW VOLTAGE WIRING

CB
A

RED

ER

TRAN
BRN

3.2 AMPS

24V

RED

FIELD THERMOSTAT
NEC CLASS II

CR

TB2

IFP

ORN

C1 IFC C2

RED

BLK

CONT

BRN
BLK

AUTO

C1 OFC C2

BRN

BRN

BRN

COOL

T1

ORN

Y1

ORN

TC1

LOGIC

3
2

OFF

RED

LOGIC

TDR1

BRN

CLO1

LPS1

ORN

BLU

OFP

HPS1

BLU

BLU

BLU

C1 C1 C2
BLU

BRN

C1 CR C2
LOGIC

TC2

Y2

BLK

T2

BLK

3
2

BRN
RED

LOGIC

TDR2
ORN

CLO2

BRN

BRN

LPS2

HPS2
BLU

ORN

C1 C2 C2

TR

24 VAC

ER
WHT

WHT

TR

TR1

SO

SR

TR1

GRN

ENTHALPY
+

ECONOMIZER
ACTUATOR

ORN

S
SENSOR

RESISTOR
SEE NOTE 2

YEL

1K

RED

BRN

1S

2K

SAT

SENSOR
GRA

C
CB
CLO
CR
ER
HPS
IFC
IFP
LPS
NEC
OFC
OFP
SAT
TB
TDR
TR
TRAN

LEGEND
Compressor Contactor
Circuit Breaker
Compressor Lockout
Control Relay
Economizer Relay
High-Pressure Switch
Indoor-Fan Contactor
Indoor-Fan Protector
Low-Pressure Switch
National Electrical Code
Outdoor-Fan Contactor
Outdoor-Fan Protector
Supply-Air Temperature
Terminal Block
Time-Delay Relay
Terminal
Transformer

SEE NOTE 1

MIXED AIR
SENSOR

1S1

GRA
T

T1

P1

T1

MINIMUM POSITION
ADJUSTMENT

P1
P

MINIMUM
POSITION

BLU

NOTES:
1. If system has single-stage cooling, disregard and terminate blue wire in
harness. If thermostat is single stage cooling, disregard and terminate
brown wire.
2. Factory installed 620 ohm, 1 watt, 5% resistor should be removed only
if a C7400 enthalpy sensor is added to SR and + for differential enthalpy.
3. Economizer relay closes outside air damper when fan is not powered.

Terminals
Wire Nut or Equivalent Connection
Field Wiring
Factory Wiring

Fig. 8 Wiring Diagram; Airside Economizer

11

HONEYWELL DAMPER
ACTUATOR M7415 AND
W7459 LOGIC MODULE

MINIMUM POSITION POTENTIOMETER


SET TO FULL OPEN POSITION. THIS WILL
ALLOW FOR 100% OUTSIDE AIR AT
2250 PPM

P1

WHITE BLACK

HONEYWELL Q769 C1007


mA ADAPTER

LEGEND
P
Pressurization Relay
PPM Parts per Million
TB
Terminal Block

NOTES:
1. CO2 Ventilation controller can be mounted in return-air duct or wall
mounted. Locate for best room air sampling. If duct mounted,
install in aspiration box.
2. Damper actuator and logic module ordered separately.
3. The CO2 ventilation controller has a range of 350 to 2250 PPM
and has a hysteresis of 50 PPM.
4. Optional temperature switches can be added to lockout occupied
modes setting for extreme high or low temperatures.

OPTIONAL HIGH AND/OR LOW


TEMPERATURE SWITCH

P1

BLACK
REAR TOP IS "P1"

WHITE
REAR BOTTOM IS "P"

TB10

24V-DO NOT USE HVAC


UNIT TRANSFORMER. PROVIDE
24V BY NON-GROUNDING
TRANSFORMER

TB9

CO 2 VENTILATION
CONTROLLER

Fig. 9 Wiring Diagram; Airside Economizer With Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Sensor

12

BLK

ORN

RED

RED

ER

TRAN
BRN

3.2 AMPS
FIRE OR SMOKE
DETECTOR
CONTACTS
(SHUTS DOWN
TB2
FIELD THERMOSTAT UNIT)
NEC CLASS II

50BYN UNIT
LOW VOLTAGE WIRING

CB

24V

RED

CR
1

ORN

IFP
3

C1 IFC C2

RED

BLK

CONT

P1

BRN
BLK

AUTO

C1 OFC C2

BRN

BRN

BRN

COOL

T1

ORN

Y1

ORN

TC1

LOGIC

P2
OFF

3
2

RED

LOGIC

TDR1
X

BLU

BRN

CLO1

ORN

LPS1

OFP

HPS1

BLU

BLU

BLU

C1 C1 C2
BLU

BRN

C1 CR C2
LOGIC

F1
Y2

TC2

BLK

BRN

RED

TDR2
T2

ORN

BLK

LOGIC

CLO2

BRN

BRN

LPS2

HPS2
BLU

ORN

ER

C1 C2 C2

EXH
FAN

FROM POWER SUPPLY

TR

24 VAC

ER
WHT

WHT

TR

TR1

SO

SR

TR1

GRN

ENTHALPY
+

ECONOMIZER
ACTUATOR

ORN

5
SENSOR

RESISTOR
SEE NOTE 2

1
S

YEL

1K

RED

BRN

1S

2K

SAT

SENSOR

MIXED AIR
SENSOR

1S1

GRA
GRA

T1

P1

ER

T1

LEGEND
C
CB
CLO
CR
ER
HPS
IFC
IFP
LPS
NEC
OFC
OFP
P1
R
SAT
TB
TDR
TRAN

Compressor Contactor
Circuit Breaker
Compressor Lockout
Control Relay
T
Economizer Relay
High-Pressure Switch
Indoor-Fan Contactor
Indoor-Fan Protector
Low-Pressure Switch
National Electrical Code
Outdoor-Fan Contactor
Outdoor-Fan Protector
Pressurization Relay
Resistor
Supply-Air Temperature
Terminal Block
Time-Delay Relay
Transformer

SEE NOTE 1

MINIMUM POSITION
ADJUSTMENT

P1
P

MINIMUM
POSITION

BLU

NOTES:
1. If system has single-stage cooling, disregard and terminate blue wire in harness. If thermostat is single stage cooling, disregard and terminate brown wire.
2. Factory installed 620 ohm, 1 watt, 5% resistor should be removed only if a C7400
enthalpy sensor is added to SR and + for differential enthalpy.
3. Economizer relay closes outside air damper when fan is not powered.

Terminals
Wire Nut or Equivalent Connection
Field Wiring
Factory Wiring

Fig. 10 Wiring Diagram; Accessory Fire and Smoke Control

13

H1

TO 1ST STAGE VALVE


OR CONTACTOR

H2

TO 2ND STAGE VALVE


OR CONTACTOR
H1

ORN

BLK

RED
C

CB
A

RED

TRAN

H2

BRN

3.2 AMPS

24V

RED

CR

TB2

IFP

ORN

RC

BRN

RH

OFF
HEAT

AUTO

FAN
SW

COOL
TH1

BLK

ON

BRN

BRN
T1

AHA

LOGIC
Y1

AHA

BLU

ORN

ORN

3
2

RED

LOGIC

TDR1
TH2

C1 OFC C2

BRN

G
AUTO

W1

ORN

BRN

BRN

CLO1

LPS1

OFP

HPS1
BLU

BLU

X
OFF
HEAT
AUTO

BLU

C1 C1 C2
BLU

W2

C1 CR C2

LOGIC
C

COOL

C1 IFC C2

RED

BLK

Y2

BLK

T2

BLK

TC1

3
2

BRN
RED

TDR2

Y1
CC CC

ORN

LOGIC

CLO2

BRN

BRN

LPS2

HPS2

ORN

BLU

TC2
Y2

FIELD THERMOSTAT

LEGEND
AHA
C
CB
CLO
CR
H1, H2
HPS
IFC
IFP
LPS
OFC
OFP

Adjustable Heat Anticipator


Compressor Contactor
Circuit Breaker
Compressor Lockout
Control Relay
Heater Relay
High-Pressure Switch
Indoor-Fan Contactor
Indoor-Fan Protector
Low-Pressure Switch
Outdoor-Fan Contactor
Outdoor-Fan Protector

R
TB
TDR
TRAN

Resistor
Terminal Block
Time-Delay Relay
Transformer
Terminal Block Connection
Marked Terminal
Unmarked Terminal
Factory Wiring
Field Wiring

Fig. 11 Wiring Diagram; Accessory Heater

14

C1 C2 C2

Copyright 1999 Carrier Corporation


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