Installation Rt Svx10c En Operation Maintenance-Books Pdf

Installation RT SVX10C EN Operation Maintenance
22 May 2020 | 27 views | 0 downloads | 118 Pages | 6.44 MB

Share Pdf : Installation Rt Svx10c En Operation Maintenance

Download and Preview : Installation Rt Svx10c En Operation Maintenance

Report CopyRight/DMCA Form For : Installation Rt Svx10c En Operation Maintenance



Transcription

About The Manual, Note This document is customer property and RT SVX10B EN October 2003. must be retained by the unit s owner for use by Updated issue of this manual provides specific installation. maintenance personnel operation and maintenance instructions for S HF with 6. and later design sequence and S HG with Y and later de. sign sequence with constant volume CV or variable air vol. Literature Change History ume VAV controls, RT SVX10C EN November 2004 RT SVX10A EN May 2003. Re issue of manual for minor corrections to Connection Updated issue of this manual provides specific installation. Sizes Table 3 5 provides specific installation operation operation and maintenance instructions for S HF with 5. and maintenance instructions for S HF with 6 and and later design sequence and S HG with X and later de. later design sequence and S HG with Y and later de sign sequence with constant volume CV or variable air vol. sign sequence with constant volume CV or variable air ume VAV controls. volume VAV controls, SXH IOM 9 November 2002, RT SVX10C EN October 2004 Re issue of manual for minor clarity issues provides specific. Re issue of manual for minor corrections to warranty and installation operation and maintenance instructions for 3. updated sensor numbers BAYSENS019 20 provides and later design sequence on S HF units and W and later. specific installation operation and maintenance instruc design sequence on S HG units with constant volume CV. tions for S HF with 6 and later design sequence and or variable air volume VAV controls. S HG with Y and later design sequence with constant. volume CV or variable air volume VAV controls SXH IOM 9 June 2002. Original issue of manual provides specific installation op. RT SVX10C EN July 2004 eration and maintenance instructions for 3 and later design. Re issue of manual for minor WARNING and CAUTIONS sequence on S HF units and W and later design sequence. and Warranty information updates provides specific in on S HG units with constant volume CV or variable air vol. stallation operation and maintenance instructions for ume VAV controls. S HF with 6 and later design sequence and S HG, with Y and later design sequence with constant volume These units are equipped with electronic Unit Control Mod. CV or variable air volume VAV controls ules UCM which provides operating functions that are sig. nificantly different than conventional units Refer to the Start. RT SVX10C EN December 2003 Up and Test Mode procedures within this Installation Op. Re issue of manual for minor changes to programming eration Maintenance manual and the latest edition of the. parameters provides specific installation operation and appropriate programming manual for CV or VAV applications. maintenance instructions for S HF with 6 and later de before attempting to operate or service this equipment. sign sequence and S HG with Y and later design se, quence with constant volume CV or variable air volume.
VAV controls Note The procedures discussed in this manual. should only be performed by qualified experienced, HVAC technicians. Overview of Manual, This booklet describes proper installation start up opera. tion and maintenance procedures for 20 through 130 Ton. rooftop air conditioners designed for Constant Volume CV. and Variable Air Volume VAV applications By carefully re. viewing the information within this manual and following the. instructions the risk of improper operation and or component. damage will be minimized, Note One copy of the appropriate service literature. ships inside the control panel of each unit, It is important that periodic maintenance be performed to help. assure trouble free operation Should equipment failure occur. contact a qualified service organization with qualified experi. enced HVAC technicians to properly diagnose and repair this. Note Do Not release refrigerant to the atmosphere, If adding or removing refrigerant is required the service.
technician must comply with all federal state and local. Table of Contents, Section One Section Four, About The Manual 2 Unit Start Up 55. Literature Change History 2 Cooling Sequence of Operation 55. Overview of Manual 2 Gas Heating Sequence of Operation 56. Fenwal Ignition System 56, Section Two Honeywell Ignition System 56. General Information 4 Modulating Gas Sequence of Operation 57. Model Number Description 4 Flame Failure 57, Hazard Identification 6 Electric Heat Sequence of Operation 58. Commonly Used Acronyms 6 Wet Heat Sequence of Operation 58. Unit Description 6 Electrical Phasing 59, Input Devices System Functions 8 Voltage Supply and Voltage Imbalance 60. Constant Volume Variable Air Volume Units 8 Service Test Guide for Component Operation 61. Constant Volume CV Units 10 Verifying Proper Fan Rotation 63. Variable Air Volume VAV Units 11 If all of the fans are rotating backwards 63. Space Temperature Averaging 12 System Airflow Measurements 63. Unit Control Modules UCM 12 Constant Volume Systems 63. Variable Air Volume Systems 65, Exhaust Airflow Measurement 66.
Section Three TraqTM Sensor Airflow Measurement 66. Installation 14 Economizer Damper Adjustment 80, Unit Inspection 14 Compressor Start Up 82. Storage 14 Compressor Operational Sounds 83, Unit Clearances 14 Thermostatic Expansion Valves 93. Unit Dimensions Weight Information 14 Charging by Subcooling 93. Roof Curb and Ductwork 22 Low Ambient Dampers 93, Pitch Pocket Location 23 Electric Steam and Hot Water Start Up 94. Unit Rigging Placement 23 Gas Furnace Start Up 94, General Unit Requirements 25 Two Stage Gas Furnace 95. Main Electrical Power Requirements 25 Full Modulating Gas Furnace 97. Field Installed Control Wiring 25 Limited Modulating Gas Furnace 98. Requirements for Electric Heat Units 25 Final Unit Checkout 99. Requirements for Gas Heat 25, Requirements for Hot Water Heat SLH 25.
Requirements for Steam Heat SSH 26, Section Five, O A Pressure Sensor and Tubing Installation 26 Service Maintenance 100. Condensate Drain Connection 27 Fan Belt Adjustment 104. Shipping Fasteners 27 Scroll Compressor Replacement 105. O A Sensor Tubing Installation 31 VFD Programming Parameters 106. Units with Statitrac 31 Monthly Maintenance 107, Gas Heat Units SFH 32 Filters 107. Connecting the Gas Supply Line to the Furnace Cooling Season 107. Gas Train 32 Heating Season 108, Flue Assembly Installation 34 Coil Cleaning 108. Hot Water Heat Units SLH 34 Final Process 109, Steam Heat Units SSH 35 Index 111. Disconnect Switch External Handle 38 Warranty 114, Electric Heat Units SEH 38.
Main Unit Power Wiring 38, Disconnect Switch Sizing DSS 44. Field Installed Control Wiring 45, Controls using 24 VAC 45. Controls using DC Analog Input Outputs 45, Constant Volume System Controls 45. Variable Air Volume System Controls 46, Constant Volume or Variable Air Volume System. Controls 46, General Information, Model Number Description.
All products are identified by a multiple character model When ordering replacement parts or requesting service be. number listed on the unit nameplate An explanation of the sure to refer to the specific model number serial number. alphanumeric identification code is provided below Its use and DL number if applicable stamped on the unit name. can define the unit s specific components type of applica plate. tion i e CV or VAV for a particular unit, Sam ple Model No S X H F C20 4 0 A 1 0 A 1 5 B 1 D 0 1 A R L etc. Digit No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21. Digit 1 Unit Type Digit 10 Design Sequence Digit 17 System Control. S Self Contained 3 Dis connect Redes ign 1 CV Control Zone Control. Note Sequence may be any letter 2 VAV S A Temp Control. Digit 2 Unit Function A thru Z or any digit 1 thru 9 without Inlet Guide Vanes. A DX Cooling No Heat 3 VAV S A Temp Control, E DX Cooling Electric Heat Digit 11 Exhaust Option with Inlet Guide Vanes. F DX Cooling Natural Gas Heat 0 None 4 Space Press ure Control with Exhaus t VFD. L DX Cooling Hot Water Heat 1 Barometric without By pass. S DX Cooling Steam Heat 2 100 1 5 HP 5 Space Press ure Control with Exhaus t VFD. X DX Cooling Extended Cas ings 3 100 3 HP and Bypas s. DX Cooling Propane Gas Heat 4 100 5 HP 6 VAV Supply Air Temperature Control. 5 100 7 5 HP with VFD w o Bypas s, Digit 3 Unit Airflow 6 100 10 HP 7 VAV Supply Air Temperature Control. H Single Zone 7 100 15 HP with VFD and Bypass, 8 100 20 HP 8 Supply and Exhaus t Fan with VFD. Digit 4 Development Sequence A 50 1 5 HP without Bypass. F Six th B 50 3 HP 9 Supply and Exhaus t Fan with VFD. C 50 5 HP and By pas s, Digits 5 6 7 Nominal Capacity D 50 7 5 HP.
C20 20 Tons C55 55 Tons E 100 1 5 HP Digit 18 Accessory Panel. C25 25 Tons C60 60 Tons F 100 3 HP 0 None, C30 30 Tons C70 70 Tons G 100 5 HP A BAYSENS008. C40 40 Tons C75 75 Tons H 100 7 5 HP B BAYSENS010, C50 50 Tons J 100 10 HP C BAYSENS013. K 100 15 HP D BAYSENS014, Digit 8 Power Supply L 100 20 HP E BAYSENS019. 4 460 60 3 XL 50 w Statitrac F BAYSENS020, 5 575 60 3 XL w Statitrac G BAYSENS021. E 200 60 3 XL w o Statitrac CV only, F 230 60 3 XL Digit 19 Ambient Control.
Note SEHF units unit with Digit 12 Exhaust Fan Drive 0 Standard. electric heat utiliz ing 208V or 0 None 8 800 PRM 1 0 Degree Fahrenheit. 230V require dual power source 4 400 RPM 9 900 RPM. 5 500 RPM A 1000 RPM Digit 20 Agency Approval, Digit 9 Heating Capacity 6 600 RPM B 1100 RPM 0 None UL Gas Heater s ee note. 7 700 RPM 1 UL, Note When the second digit 2 CSA, calls for F Gas Heat the Digit 13 Filter Type Note Includes UL clsssified gas heating. follow ing values apply A Throwaway section only when second digit of. Additionally please note G and B Cleanable Wire Mes h Model No is a F. M available ONLY on 50 Ton C High Efficienc y Throwaway. models and above D Bag with Prefilters Digits 21 38 Miscellaneous. H High Heat 2 Stage E Cartridge with Prefilters 21 A Unit Disc onnec t Switc h. L Low Heat 2 Stage F No Filters T A Rack Only 22 B Hot Gas Bypas s. 0 No Heat G No Filters Bag Cart Rack O nly 23 C Economizer Control w Comparative. J Limited Modulating High Heat Enthalpy, G Limited Modulating Low Heat Digit 14 Supply Fan Horsepower 23 Z Economizer Control w Reference. P Full Modulating High Heat 1 3 0 HP 6 20 0 HP Enthalpy. M Full Modulating Low Heat 2 5 0 HP 7 25 0 HP 23 W Economiz er Control w Dry Bulb. Note When the second digit 3 7 5 HP 8 30 0 HP 23 O None W O Economiz er. calls for E electric heat the 4 10 0 HP 9 40 0 HP1 24 E Low Leak Fres h Air Dampers. follow ing values apply 5 15 0 HP 25 F High Duct Temperature Thermos tat. D 30 KW R 130 KW 26 G High Capacity Ev aporator Coil. H 50 KW U 150 KW Digit 15 Supply Fan Drive 27 H Copper Fins Cond only. L 70 KW V 170 KW 5 500 RPM B 1100 RPM 28 K Generic B A S Module. N 90 KW W 190 KW 6 600 RPM C 1200 RPM 29 L High Efficiency Motors Supply Exhaust. Q 110 KW 7 700 RPM D 1300 RPM 30 M Remote Human Interfac e. Note When the second digit calls 8 800 RPM E 1400 RPM 31 N Ventilation Override Module. L Hot Water or S Steam 9 900 RPM F 1500 RPM 32 R Extended Grease Lines. Heat one of the following valve A 1000 RPM G 1600 RPM 33 T Acc es s Doors. size values must be in Digit 9 34 V Interproc ess or Communic ations Bridge. High Heat Coil 1 50 2 75 Digit 16 Fresh Air Section 35 0 No c ommunication module. 3 1 4 1 25 5 1 5 6 2 A No Fresh Air 35 Y Trane Communic ation Interfac e Module. Low Heat Coil A 50 B 75 B 0 25 Manual 35 7 LonTalk Communication Interface Module. C 1 D 1 25 E 1 5 F 2 D 0 100 Ec onomizer 36 8 Spring Is olators. 37 6 Factory Powered 15A G FI Conv enienc e, 1 Available as standard 460 volt only for 70 and 75 ton models. Sample Model No S X H G D 1 1 4 0 A H 7 C G 8 D 1 0 0 1 AT etc. Digit No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21. Digit 1 Unit Type Digit 12 Exhaust Air Fan Drive Digit 18 Accessory Panel. S Self Contained 0 None 0 None, 5 500 RPM A BAYSENS008.
Digit 2 Unit Function s 6 600 RPM B BAYSENS010, E DX Cooling Electric Heat 7 700 RPM C BAYSENS013. F DX Cooling Natural Gas Heat 8 800 RPM D BAYSENS014. L DX Cooling Hot Water Heat E BAYSENS019, S DX Cooling Steam Heat Digit 13 Filter F BAYSENS020. X DX Cooling Extended Casings A Throwaway G BAYSENS021. C High Efficiency Throwaway, Digit 3 Unit Airflow D Bag with Prefilter Digit 19 Ambient Control. H Single Zone E Cartridge with Prefilter 0 Standard. F Throwaway Filter Rack Less Filter, Digit 4 Development Sequence Media Digit 20 Agency Approval. G Seventh G Bag Filter Rack Less Filter Media 0 None UL Gas Heater See Note 1. Digits 5 6 7 Nominal Capacity Digit 14 Supply Air Fan HP 2 CSA. C90 90 Tons C 30 HP 2 15 HP Note Includes UL classified gas. D11 105 Tons D 40 HP 2 20 HP heating section only when second. D12 115 Tons E 50 HP 2 25 HP digit of Model No is a F. D13 130 Tons F 60 HP 2 30 HP, G 80 HP 2 40 HP Digits 21 36 Miscellaneous.
Digit 8 Pow er Supply 21 A Unit Disconnect Switch, 4 460 60 3 XL Digit 15 Supply Air Fan Drive 22 B Hot G as Bypass. 5 575 60 3 XL A 1000 RPM 23 C Economizer Control, E 200 60 3 XL B 1100 RPM with Comparative Enthalpy. F 230 60 3 XL C 1200 RPM 23 Z Economizer Control, D 1300 RPM with Reference Enthalpy. Digit 9 Heating Capacity E 1400 RPM 23 W Economizer Control w Dry Bulb. 0 No Heat F 1500 RPM 23 0 None W O Economizer, H High Heat 2 Stage G 1600 RPM 24 E Low Leak Fresh Air Dampers. Trane has a policy of continuous product and product data improvement and reserves the right to change design and specifications without notice Only qualified technicians should perform the installation and servicing of equipment referred to in this publication Installation RT SVX10C EN Operation Maintenance Library Service Literature Product Section Unitary Product Rooftop Air Conditioning

Related Books

The Perception of Fashion Alexander McQueen

The Perception of Fashion Alexander McQueen

focus I further want to contribute to a more thorough understanding of the phenomena of fashion especially a deepened knowledge about how fashion operates on a perceptual level Alexander McQueen was a British fashion designer who played a significant role for me on a personal level When he committed suicide in February 2010 I was devastated and mourned his death for a long time I always

PRE NURTURE amp CAREER FOUNDATION CLASS X

PRE NURTURE amp CAREER FOUNDATION CLASS X

PRE NURTURE amp CAREER FOUNDATION CLASS X FOR IX to X MOVING STUDENTS ASAT ALLEN Scholarship Cum Admission Test Corporate Office CAREER INSTITUTE SANKALP CP 6 Indra Vihar Kota Rajasthan 324005 91 744 2757575 info allen ac in ALLEN INSTRUCTIONS 1 This booklet is your Question Paper DO NOT break seal of Booklet until the invigilator instructs to do so 2 Fill your Form No in

IMO CLASS 2 SAMPLE PAPER PCMB Today

IMO CLASS 2 SAMPLE PAPER PCMB Today

SAMPLE PAPER 5 2 13 th NSO Level I Class 5 Set B MENT AL ABILITY

SAMPLE PAPER pcmbtoday com

SAMPLE PAPER pcmbtoday com

SAMPLE PAPER 7 2 13 th NSO 3 5 2 432 432 The ratio of the number of girls to the number of boys in a class is 3 2 There are 18 girls in the class How many boys are in the class

TRANSFORM YOUR WORKPLACE WITH WINDOWS 10

TRANSFORM YOUR WORKPLACE WITH WINDOWS 10

solutions such as Office 365 to strengthen user productivity and outcomes It also enables business outcomes faster and more efficiently than ever before Windows 10 is the platform for exploiting modern applications Thanks to its application compatibility and multiple ways of provisioning the system is easy to adopt and simplifies the

Work Safely in a Warehouse ttk fi

Work Safely in a Warehouse ttk fi

The Centre for Occupational Safety 3 This publication is intended to sup port the induction and work guid ance of an employee in a retailer

Praying the Promises of God

Praying the Promises of God

5 Praying the Promises of God The devil is the accuser He will condemn you and bring up past mistakes and sin He is quick to remind you of where you missed it But there is no condemnation to those who are in Christ Shut down the voice of guilt and condemnation with this promise 6 You cannot be separated from God s love

A Strategic Approach to Digital Transformation in

A Strategic Approach to Digital Transformation in

A Strategic Approach to Digital Transformation in Manufacturing Industries i Executive Summary Digital transformation holds the potential to transform every manufacturing operation Process transformation means converting traditional processes to more efficient digital systems that can increase efficiency dramatically improving all aspects of the operations Product and service

Steps to Positive Mental Health SeafarerHelp

Steps to Positive Mental Health SeafarerHelp

10 Steps to positive mental health SeafarerHelp The lifeline for seafarers Free confidential multilingual and available 24 7 365 days a year www seafarerhelp org POSITIVE COPING STATEMENTS Positive coping statements encourage us and help us cope through distressing times You only have to watch a tennis match to see the power of positive

TARGET 525 cr service se

TARGET 525 cr service se

TARGET 525 SERVICE MANUAL TAIWAN GOLDEN BEE CO LTD PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www pdffactory com Homepage Contents FORWARD This service manual contains the technical data of each component inspection and repair for the 525 ATV The manual is shown with illustrations and focused on Service Procedures Operation Key Points and Inspection Adjustment so that

5590 IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ANTENNAS AND PROPAGATION VOL

5590 IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ANTENNAS AND PROPAGATION VOL

5590 IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ANTENNAS AND PROPAGATION VOL 66 NO 10 OCTOBER 2018 Communication A Wideband Dual Polarized Dielectric Magnetoelectric Dipole Antenna Zhen Yuan Zhang and Ke Li Wu Abstract A new wideband 45 dual polarized metal loop dielectric resonator magnetoelectric antenna is proposed in this communication The antenna consists of two orthogonal dielectric bars that support