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Installation ManualFCVCFCVEVertical Concealed/Vertical ExposedUnitsFan Coil Unit (FCU)Precautions and preparations listed are for general knowledge and to define basic guidelines. Local codes and existing practices should be observed and preformed by a professional.Due to ICE AIRs ongoing product development programs, the information in this document is subject to change without notice.

ContentsThank you for purchasing and installing the ICE AIR FCU (Fan CoilUnit). ICE AIR is a leading supplier of FCUs, offering superior quality,reliability and efficiency for our customers.General/Safety Information. 2Overview/Application Note/Prerequisite. 3ATTENTION INSTALLING PROFESSIONALRead this manual and familiarize yourself with the specific terms andsafety warnings that must be adhered to before attempting to installor service this unit. Precautions listed are intended as supplementalto existing practices. As a professional, you have an obligation toknow the product better than the customer. This includes all safetyprecautions and related items. It is your responsibility to install theproduct safely and know it well enough to be able to instruct acustomer in its safe use as required.FCVC Nomenclature. 4FCVC Valve Package Nomenclature. 5FCVE Nomenclature. 6FCVE Valve Package Nomenclature. 7Before You Begin. 8Installation. 9Vertical Concealed Installation. 9Vertical Exposed Installation. 9Piping Installation. 9Filter Installation/Replacement. 9General Electric.10-11Line Voltage. 10General Line Voltage Wiring. 10Power Connection. 10! RECOGNIZE THIS SYMBOL AS A SAFETY PRECAUTION.p!pWARNING: ICE AIR will not be responsible for any injury orproperty damage arising from improper service or serviceprocedures. If you install or perform service on this unit, youassume responsibility for any personal injury or propertydamage which may result. Many jurisdictions require a licenseto install or service heating and air conditioning equipment.System Cleaning and Flushing. 12Troubleshooting. 13System Check List. 14Warranty/Contact Information. 16!pWARNING, HIGH VOLTAGE: Disconnect all power beforeservicing or installing unit. Multiple power sources may bepresent. Failure to do so may cause property damage, personalinjury or death.To ensure that the unit operates safely and efficiently, it must beinstalled according to these installation instructions and all localcodes and ordinances, utilizing the best standards and practices atthe time of installation or, in their absence, with the latest editionof the National Electric Code. The proper installation of this unit isdescribed in the following sections. Following the steps in the orderpresented should ensure proper installation.AHRI Certified is the trusted markof performance for heating, airconditioning, water heating, andcommercial refrigeration equipment.To find AHRI Certified products, goto www.ahridirectory.org.1Precautions and preparations listed are for general knowledge and to define basic guidelines. Local codes and existing practices should be observed and preformed by a professional.Due to ICE AIRs ongoing product development programs, the information in this document is subject to change without notice.2

OverviewSUPPLY AND RETURNWATER CONNECTIONSInstalling the ICE AIR Vertical FCU’s involvestwo main components and various accessorycomponents.GRILLAUXILIARYDRAIN PANApplication NoteIt is important for heating/cooling systemsto be properly sized for each application inorder to achieve desired temperature andhumidity levels. It is highly recommendedthat a professional engineer match the FCUyou are about to install with the buildingstructure and climate.PrerequisiteVertical Concealed1. Assess the ICE AIR unit to ensure allcomponents are intact upon delivery.Identify whether the unit is (TopDischarge) or (Front Discharge).2. Minimum 1” clearance within the wall oneither left or right side of the unit, measured from the condensate drain pan.3. Floor should be level in both horizontaldirections. Installer must set the unit atzero tolerance or the unit’s airflow willbe misaligned.4. Access Panel/ Removable Wall mustbe supplied by contractor. Ensure theaccess panel is flush with the wall. If(Front Discharge) a vent must be presenton the door to provide airflow into theroom.5. Adequate and continuous water flowmust be maintained for proper andsafe unit operation. Confirm adequatedrainage is also available6. Dedicated electrical circuitry and powersupply is required to properly energizethe ICE AIR unit. Verify the amperage ofthe dedicated electrical service to theunit is correct and the unit can reach thepower supply.CONTROL BOXFILTER SLOTVERTICAL CONCEALEDREMOVABLE FRONTACCESS PANELDUCT COLLARCONTROL BOXAUXILIARYDRAIN PANVERTICAL EXPOSEDVertical Exposed1. Assess the ICE AIR unit to ensure allcomponents are intact upon delivery.The ICE AIR unit will arrive prefabricated with an enclosure. Ensureboth the unit and the enclosure areproperly attached.2. Floor should be level in both horizontaldirections. Installer must set the unit atzero tolerance or the unit’s airflow willbe misaligned.3. Ensure access panel is off beforeinstalling the unit. Access panel isshipped with the ICE AIR unit and can beremoved by pushing the door upwards.4. Adequate and continuous water flowmust be maintained for proper andsafe unit operation. Confirm adequatedrainage is also available5. Dedicated electrical circuitry and powersupply is required to properly energizethe ICE AIR unit. Verify the amperage ofthe dedicated electrical service to theunit is correct and the unit can reach thepower supply.Precautions and preparations listed are for general knowledge and to define basic guidelines. Local codes and existing practices should be observed and preformed by a professional.Due to ICE AIRs ongoing product development programs, the information in this document is subject to change without notice.3

FCVC NomenclatureModel SelectionItem Number81FCVC2083Primary PartItem1Item 2Item 3Item 4Item 58FCVC08EMItem 6Item 7Item 8XX6EnclosurePlenumsControlsItem 9Item 10Item 11Item 122BSXCoil RowsCoil OrientationDrain PanDisconnect SwitchVoltageUnitCFMMotorsPiping-E M X4 5 6X7682 B S X - 1 A G A X 1 P P M F S9 10 11 1213 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23Secondary PartsValve Package Parts5- 115V - 1Ph - 60Hz   8- 208V - 1Ph - 60Hz   7- 277V - 1Ph - 60HzFCVC02- 200   03- 300   04- 400   06- 600   08- 800   10- 1000   12- 1200P- PSC   S- PSC Hi Static   E- ECMA- RH 2 Pipe Heat and Cool MCOB- RH 2 Pipe Heat and Cool w/Aux Electric Heat MCOC- RH 2 Pipe Heat and Cool w/Aux Electric Heat ACOD- RH 2 Pipe Cool w/Total Elec Heat MCOE- RH 2 Pipe Cool w/Total Elec Heat ACOF- RH 2 Pipe Heat OnlyG- LH 2 Pipe Heat and Cool MCOH- LH 2 Pipe Heat and Cool w/Aux Electric Heat MCOI- LH 2 Pipe Heat and Cool w/Aux Electric Heat ACOJ- LH 2 Pipe Cool w/Total Elec Heat MCOK- LH 2 Pipe Cool w/Total Elec Heat ACOL- LH 2 Pipe Heat OnlyM- RH 4 Pipe Heat and Cool MCON- RH 4 Pipe Heat and Cool ACOO- LH 4 Pipe Heat and Cool MCOP- LH 4 Pipe Heat and Cool ACOX- Not ApplicableB- Bottom Return   R- Rear Return   F- Front Return   X- No Plenum1- Unit Mounted Fan Mode Switch2- Wall Mounted Fan Mode Switch3- Unit Mounted Fan Mode Switch and Manual (Knob) Thermostat4- Touchpad non programmable thermostat5- LCD Non programmable thermostat6- LCD programmable thermostat7- Wired for ELA11599 Non Programmable Thermostat8- Wired for ELA11599 Programmable Thermostat9- 24V Terminal for external controls by others2- 2   3- 3   4- 4A- 1 Cool, 2 HeatG- Galvanized Powder Coated (Black)   S- Stainless SteelF- Fused   N- Non Fused   X- NonePrecautions and preparations listed are for general knowledge and to define basic guidelines. Local codes and existing practices should be observed and preformed by a professional.Due to ICE AIRs ongoing product development programs, the information in this document is subject to change without notice.4

FCVC Valve Package NomenclatureModel SelectionItem Number81FCVC2083Primary PartItem 131Motorized ValvePackageItem 14AElectric HeatItem 15GItem 16ASecondary DrainPanFlow RegulationCooling CoilItem 17XItem 18Item 19Item 20Item 21Item 221PPMFItem 23SFlow RegulationHeating CoilY-StrainerPurge ValvePT PortsAir VentsCondensateOverflow SwitchPipe Connections-E M X4 5 6X7682 A S X - 1 A G A X 1 P P M F S9 10 11 1213 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23Secondary PartsValve Package Parts01- Line Voltage 2 Way MV* Normally Closed11- 24V 2 Way MV* Normally Closed02- L ine Voltage 2 Way MV* Normally Open12- 24V 2 Way MV* Normally Open03- L ine Voltage 3 Way MV* Normally Closed13- 24V 3 Way MV* Normally Closed RoutingRouting14- 24V 3 Way MV* Normally Closed Diverting04- L ine Voltage 3 Way MV* Normally Closed15- 24V 3 Way MV* Normally Open RoutingDiverting16- 24V 3 Way MV* Normally Open Diverting05- L ine Voltage 3 Way MV* Normally Open17- 24V 3 Way MV* Normally Closed RoutingRoutingw/ Bypass Pipe06- L ine Voltage 3 Way MV* Normally Open18- 24V 3 Way MV* Normally Closed Divertingw/ Bypass PipeDiverting19- 24V 3 Way MV* Normally Open Routing07- L ine Voltage 3 Way MV* Normally Closedw/ Bypass PipeRouting w/ Bypass Pipe20- 24V 3 Way MV* Normally Open Diverting08- L ine Voltage 3 Way MV* Normally Closedw/ Bypass PipeDiverting w/ Bypass Pipe21- Wired for 24V MV* control - MV* by others09- L ine Voltage 3 Way MV* Normally OpenX- NoneRouting w/ Bypass Pipe10- L ine Voltage 3 Way MV* Normally OpenDiverting w/ Bypass PipeA- 1   B- 1.5   C- 2   D- 3   E- 3.5   F- 4.3   G- 5   H- 6   I- 7.5J- 10   X- No Electric HeatG- Galvanized Powder Coated (Black)   S- Stainless Steel   X- NoneA- Balancing ValveD- Autoflow Valve 1.0 GPMG- Autoflow Valve 2.0 GPMJ- Autoflow Valve 3.0 GPMM- Autoflow Valve 4.0 GPMP- Autoflow Valve 5.5 GPMS- Autoflow Valve 7.0 GPMV- Autoflow Valve 8.5 GPMX- Not applicableB- Circuit SetterE- Autoflow Valve 1.3 GPMH- Autoflow Valve 2.5 GPMK- Autoflow Valve 3.3 GPMN- Autoflow Valve 4.5 GPMQ- Autoflow Valve 6.0 GPMT- Autoflow Valve 7.5 GPMW- Autoflow Valve 9.0 GPMC- Autoflow Valve 0.5 GPMF- Autoflow Valve 1.5 GPMI- Autoflow Valve 2.8 GPML- Autoflow Valve 3.5 GPMO- Autoflow Valve 5.0 GPMR- Autoflow Valve 6.5 GPMU- Autoflow Valve 8.0 GPMX- None1- Y-Strainer   2- Y-Strainer Blow Down   X- NoneP- Yes   X-NoP- Yes   X-NoM- Manual   A- Automatic   X- NoneF- Float   E- Electronic   X- NoneS- Sweat   M- Male NPT   F- Female NPT   U- UnionsMV Motorized ValvePrecautions and preparations listed are for general knowledge and to define basic guidelines. Local codes and existing practices should be observed and preformed by a professional.Due to ICE AIRs ongoing product development programs, the information in this document is subject to change without notice.5

FCVE NomenclatureModel SelectionItem Number81FCVE2083Primary PartItem1Item 2Item 3Item 4Item 58FCVE08EMItem 61EnclosureItem 7Item 8X6PlenumsControlsItem 9Item 10Item 11Item 122BSXCoil RowsCoil OrientationDrain PanDisconnect SwitchVoltageUnitCFMMotorsPiping-E M 14 5 6X7682 B S X - 22 A G A 1 1 P P M F S9 10 11 1213 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23Secondary PartsValve Package Parts5- 115V - 1Ph - 60Hz   8- 208V - 1Ph - 60Hz   7- 277V - 1Ph - 60HzFCVE02- 200   03- 300   04- 400   06- 600   08- 800   10- 1000   12- 1200P- PSC   S- PSC Hi Static   E- ECMA- RH 2 Pipe Heat and Cool MCOB- RH 2 Pipe Heat and Cool w/Aux Electric Heat MCOC- RH 2 Pipe Heat and Cool w/Aux Electric Heat ACOD- RH 2 Pipe Cool w/Total Elec Heat MCOE- RH 2 Pipe Cool w/Total Elec Heat ACOF- RH 2 Pipe Heat OnlyG- LH 2 Pipe Heat and Cool MCOH- LH 2 Pipe Heat and Cool w/Aux Electric Heat MCOI- LH 2 Pipe Heat and Cool w/Aux Electric Heat ACOJ- LH 2 Pipe Cool w/Total Elec Heat MCOK- LH 2 Pipe Cool w/Total Elec Heat ACOL- LH 2 Pipe Heat OnlyM- RH 4 Pipe Heat and Cool MCON- RH 4 Pipe Heat and Cool ACOO- LH 4 Pipe Heat and Cool MCOP- LH 4 Pipe Heat and Cool ACO1- Antique White Standard Size2- Arctic White Standard Size3- Custom Color Standard Size4- Antique White Custom Size5- Arctic White Custom Size6- Custom Color Custom SizeB- Bottom Return   R- Rear Return   F- Front Return   X- No Plenum1- Unit Mounted Fan Mode Switch2- Wall Mounted Fan Mode Switch3- Unit Mounted Fan Mode Switch and Manual (Knob) Thermostat4- Touchpad non programmable thermostat5- LCD Non programmable thermostat6- LCD programmable thermostat7- Wired for ELA11599 Non Programmable Thermostat8- Wired for ELA11599 Programmable Thermostat9- 24V Terminal for external controls by others2- 2   3- 3   4- 4B- 1 Cool, 1 HeatG- Galvanized Powder Coated (Black)   S- Stainless SteelF- Fused   N- Non Fused   X- NonePrecautions and preparations listed are for general knowledge and to define basic guidelines. Local codes and existing practices should be observed and preformed by a professional.Due to ICE AIRs ongoing product development programs, the information in this document is subject to change without notice.6

FCVE Valve Package NomenclatureModel SelectionItem Number81FCVE2083Primary PartItem 1322Motorized ValvePackageItem 14AElectric HeatItem 15GItem 16ASecondary DrainPanFlow RegulationCooling CoilItem 171Flow RegulationHeating CoilItem 18Item 19Item 20Item 21Item 221PPMFItem 23SY-StrainerPurge ValvePT PortsAir VentsCondensateOverflow SwitchPipe Connections-E M 14 5 6X7682 B S X - 22 A G A 1 1 P P M F S9 10 11 1213 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23Secondary PartsValve Package Parts21- Wired for 24V MV* control - MV* by others29- 24V 2 Way MV* Heat NO, Cool NO22- L ine Voltage 2 Way MV* Heat NO, Cool NO30-24V 2 Way MV* Heat NC, Cool NO23- L ine Voltage 2 Way MV* Heat NC, Cool NO31- 24V 2 Way MV* Heat NO, Cool NC24- L ine Voltage 2 Way MV* Heat NO, Cool NC32- 24V 2 Way MV* Heat NC, Cool NC25- L ine Voltage 2 Way MV* Heat NC, Cool NC33- 24V 3 Way MV* #1 NO Diverting,26- L ine Voltage 3 Way MV* #1 NO Diverting,#2 NO Diverting#2 NO Diverting34- 24V 3 Way MV* #1 NC Diverting,27- L ine Voltage 3 Way MV* #1 NC Diverting,#2 NO Diverting#2 NO Diverting35- 24V 3 Way MV* #1 NC Diverting,28- L ine Voltage 3 Way MV* #1 NC Diverting,#2 NC Diverting#2 NC DivertingX- NoneA- 1   B- 1.5   C- 2   D- 3   E- 3.5   F- 4.3   G- 5   H- 6   I- 7.5J- 10   X- No Electric HeatG- Galvanized Powder Coated (Custom Color)   S- Stainless Steel   X- NoneA- Balancing ValveB- Circuit SetterD- Autoflow Valve 1.0 GPME- Autoflow Valve 1.3 GPMG- Autoflow Valve 2.0 GPMH- Autoflow Valve 2.5 GPMJ- Autoflow Valve 3.0 GPMK- Autoflow Valve 3.3 GPMM- Autoflow Valve 4.0 GPMN- Autoflow Valve 4.5 GPMP- Autoflow Valve 5.5 GPMQ- Autoflow Valve 6.0 GPMS- Autoflow Valve 7.0 GPMT- Autoflow Valve 7.5 GPMV- Autoflow Valve 8.5 GPMW- Autoflow Valve 9.0 GPMA- Balancing ValveB- Circuit SetterD- Autoflow Valve 1.0 GPME- Autoflow Valve 1.3 GPMG- Autoflow Valve 2.0 GPMH- Autoflow Valve 2.5 GPMJ- Autoflow Valve 3.0 GPMK- Autoflow Valve 3.3 GPMM- Autoflow Valve 4.0 GPMN- Autoflow Valve 4.5 GPMP- Autoflow Valve 5.5 GPMQ- Autoflow Valve 6.0 GPMS- Autoflow Valve 7.0 GPMT- Autoflow Valve 7.5 GPMV- Autoflow Valve 8.5 GPMW- Autoflow Valve 9.0 GPM1- Y-Strainer   2- Y-Strainer Blow Down   X- NoneP- Yes   X-NoP- Yes   X-NoM- Manual   A- Automatic   X- NoneF- Float   E- Electronic   X- NoneC- Autoflow Valve 0.5 GPMF- Autoflow Valve 1.5 GPMI- Autoflow Valve 2.8 GPML- Autoflow Valve 3.5 GPMO- Autoflow Valve 5.0 GPMR- Autoflow Valve 6.5 GPMU- Autoflow Valve 8.0 GPMX- NoneC- Autoflow Valve 0.5 GPMF- Autoflow Valve 1.5 GPMI- Autoflow Valve 2.8 GPML- Autoflow Valve 3.5 GPMO- Autoflow Valve 5.0 GPMR- Autoflow Valve 6.5 GPMU- Autoflow Valve 8.0 GPMX- NoneS- Sweat   M- Male NPT   F- Female NPT   U- Unions* MV Motorized ValvePrecautions and preparations listed are for general knowledge and to define basic guidelines. Local codes and existing practices should be observed and preformed by a professional.Due to ICE AIRs ongoing product development programs, the information in this document is subject to change without notice.7

Before You Begin1. Locate the unit where it can evenlydistribute air throughout the roomwithout obstructions. Units should beinstalled no closer than 12” apart whentwo units are side by side. A verticalclearance of 60” should be maintainedbetween units.2. Ensure the wall is structurally sound tosupport the weight of the unit.3. Ensure adequate drainage is available.4. Follow all applicable codes forinstallation.5. Verify the amperage of the dedicatedelectrical service to the unit is correctand the unit can reach the power supply.6. Position the unit so the air filter canbe removed easily and requiredmaintenance can be performed withoutinterference.7. A minimum obstructed distance of 36”should be kept around the unit.EALUMINUM EXTRUDED GRILLE1 1/2"5 1/4"6 1/4"AUXILIARYDRAIN PANWITH 3/4" O.D.CONNECTIONDTOP VIEWNOTE: It is the responsibility of the purchaserto file all necessary claims with the deliveringcarrier in a timely fashion. Many carriershave a 15 day notice period from receipt ofdelivery to file any and all claims.9 1/4"CONTROL BOXACCESS DOORBCONTROL BOX25"FLEXIBLE METALCONDUITREMOVABLEFRONT ACCESSPANEL8 7/8"RETURNOPENINGCModelDimensions3 1/2"8"AFRONT VIEWFILTERFRESH AIR INTAKERIGHT SIDE -1/22-1/22-1/22-1/2TOP OUTLET DUCT COLLARXTOP VIEWCONTROLBOX1. Upon receipt of the equipment, carefullycheck the shipment again on the Bill ofLading.2. Make sure all units have been received.3. Inspect the packaging for any damage.4. Ensure that any damage is noted on thedelivering carriers Bill of Lading.6 1/4"SUPPLY AND RETURNWATER CONNECTIONS 5/8" O.D.IMPORTANT: To avoid permanent damage tothe unit, DO NOT operate during constructionin an open space or as a supplementalheating and cooling source duringconstruction.InspectionEAIR FLOW5/8" O.D. SUPPLY& RETURN WATERCONNECTIONLA1"1" DUCTCOLLAR9"4 3/4"5 1/2”5 1/2”14"25"26"RETURNAIR10 1/2”7"4 1/2”AFRONT VIEWModelDimensionsLFILTER7/8" O.D. CONNECTIONSIDE 3/41.COIL CONNECTIONS ARE ALWAYS ON THE SIDE OPPOSITE THE CONTROL BOX.FCVC Notes: Coil 2.connections arealwaysonthesideoppositethecontrolbox.ALL DUCT COLLAR DIMENSIONS ARE TO THE OUTSIDE OF THE COLLAR.All ductare to the outsideof thecollar3. collar dimensionsCOIL CONNECTIONSARE 5/8"O.D.SWEAT.Coil connections are 5/8” O.D. sweat.4.RH SHOWN, LH OPPOSITE.RH shown, LH opposite64-3/4Precautions and preparations listed are for general knowledge and to define basic guidelines. Local codes and existing practices should be observed and preformed by a professional.Due to ICE AIRs ongoing product development programs, the information in this document is subject to change without notice.8

InstallationVertical Concealed1. Ensure all preparations are met withinthe “Prerequisite Section.”2. Within the concealed wall, mark theposition of the holes where the unitwill attach to. Refer to the submittal forspecific dimensions.3. Embed threaded rods into the indicatedholes on the wall.4. Align the unit’s hanger slots with thethreaded rods allowing the unit to lockinto position.5. (TOP DISCHARGE) Ensure the dischargevent is coordinated with the openingabove the unit. All leakage MUST besealed.6. Attach all necessary pipes and wiringconnections. Additional ductwork shouldonly be installed if instructed.7. Install the Access Panel and ensureit is flush with the wall. (FRONTDISCHARGE) Ensure the discharge ventis coordinated with the opening on theAccess Panel. All leakage MUST besealed.8. Run the Unit.5. Attach all necessary pipes and wiringconnections. Additional ductwork shouldonly be installed if instructed.6. Install the Access Panel and ensure it isflush with the wall.7. Run the unit.PipingFan Coils come in either Two Pipe (shownbelow) or Four Pipe configurations that areconnected to the system through the useof a flexible hose or rigid pipe. The pipingsystem should be flushed to remove dirt,pipe shavings, chips and other foreignmaterial prior to operation (refer to SystemCleaning and Flushing section). The flow rateis generally set between 2 and 3 GPM perton of cooling for most applications of waterloop fan coils. To ensure proper maintenanceand servicing, P/T ports are imperative fortemperature and flow verification, as well asperformance checks.TWO PIPE CONFIGURATIONFilter InstallationEach unit is delivered with a filter for the filterrack, which can be found at the bottom ofthe unit, pictured above. In order to install thefilter, slide the piece vertically into the filterslot. Then push the filter back and secureinto the lower slot.Vertical Exposed1. Ensure all preparations are met withinthe “Pre-Requisite Section.”2. Within the concealed wall, mark theposition of the holes where the unitwill attach to. Refer to the submittal forspecific dimensions.3. Embed threaded rods into the indicatedholes on the wall.4. Unit should arrive pre-fabricated with anenclosure. Align the unit’s hanger slotswith the threaded rods allowing the unitto lock into position.Filter slideshorizontally ingrooves at bottomof unit.Filter ReplacementRETURNPIPESUPPLYPIPEThe ICE AIR unit is delivered with aDispensable Filter. Dispensable Filters shouldbe replaced twice every year, before the startof every heating or cooling season. Pleasecontact your local sales representative forreplacements.DRAINHOSEPrecautions and preparations listed are for general knowledge and to define basic guidelines. Local codes and existing practices should be observed and preformed by a professional.Due to ICE AIRs ongoing product development programs, the information in this document is subject to change without notice.9

General ElectricLine VoltageGeneral Line Voltage WiringWiring, including the electrical ground, must comply with the NationalElectrical Code as well as all applicable local codes. Refer to theElectrical Data table for fuse sizes. Consult the wiring diagram belowfor field connections on the right of the electrical diagram located onthe back of the unit electrical compartment front panel. All electricalconnections must be made by the installing (or electrical) contractor.All final electrical connections must be made with a length of flexibleconduit to minimize vibration and sound transmission to the building.Be sure the available power is the same voltage and phase shownon the unit serial number plate. Line and low voltage wiring must bedone in accordance with local codes or the National Electric Code,whichever is applicable.Power ConnectionUnits equipped with disconnect: Connect incoming line voltageto the disconnect switch and connect ground wire to the ground lugprovided inside the electrical compartment.Units without disconnect: Line voltage connection is made byconnecting the incoming line voltage wires to the terminal block.! WARNING: Electrical shock can cause personal injury or deathpwhile installing or servicing the system. Always turn OFF themain power to system. There may be more than onedisconnect switch.Two PipeRoom Temp ProbeLNCircuit #1To Low 693/ELA-8694Relay RYPURBRNWire ChartCommon24VACCoolingHeat— Not in Use —Lo-CoolMe-Cool— Not in Use —Hi-CoolRoom TempGPipe SensorHTGBRNREDBLKCLGWHTBLKComponent OutlineField WiringFactory WiringWire ColorWire ConnectorField ConnectorWHTOptionalAuto Change OverLegend:VCLGHTGCSIVCoolingHeatingCapacitor3 Speed SwitchValveNotes:1. Some components on legend are notused on all schematics.2. Cap off unused wire on fan motorwhen present.Precautions and preparations listed are for general knowledge and to define basic guidelines. Local codes and existing practices should be observed and preformed by a professional.Due to ICE AIRs ongoing product development programs, the information in this document is subject to change without notice.10

Four PipeRoom Temp ProbeLNCircuit #1To Low 693/ELA-8694Relay RYPURBRNWire ChartCommon24VACCoolingHeat— Not in Use —Lo-CoolMe-Cool— Not in Use —Hi-CoolRoom TempGPipe SensorHTGBRNBLKCLGLegend:BLKComponent OutlineField WiringFactory WiringWire ColorWire ConnectorField 3 Speed SwitchValveWHTOptionalNotes:1. Some components on legend are notused on all schematics.2. Cap off unused wire on fan motorwhen present.Evaporator speeds configurationCooling – HI or MEDHeating – MED or LOW1234 5 6 72 1 3 6 7 9 4 12 11 10R C COOL F1 F2 F3 H1 P G KTPrecautions and preparations listed are for general knowledge and to define basic guidelines. Local codes and existing practices should be observed and preformed by a professional.Due to ICE AIRs ongoing product development programs, the information in this document is subject to change without notice.11

System Cleaning and FlushingCleaning and flushing the unit is the most important step to ensureproper start-up and continued efficient operation of the system.Follow the instructions below to properly clean and flush the system:1. Verify that electrical power to the unit is OFF.2. Verify that supply and return riser service valves are closed ateach unit.3. Fill the system with water, leaving the air vents open. Bleed all airfrom the system, but do not allow the system to over flow. Checkthe system for leaks and make any required repairs.4. Adjust the water and air level in the expansion tank.5. With strainers in place, start the pumps. Systematically checkeach vent to ensure that all of the air is bled from the system.6. Verify that make-up water is available and adjusted to properlyreplace any space remaining when all air is purged. Check thesystem for leaks and make any additional repairs if needed.7. Set the boiler to raise the loop temperature to approximately85 F (29.4 C). Open the drain at the lowest point in the system.Verify that make-up water replacement rate equals rate of bleed.Continue to bleed the system until the water appears clean or forat least three hours, whichever is longer.8. Completely drain the system.Precautions and preparations listed are for general knowledge and to define basic guidelines. Local codes and existing practices should be observed and preformed by a professional.Due to ICE AIRs ongoing product development programs, the information in this document is subject to change without notice.12

TroubleshootingIf unit is not operating, conduct the following checks:IMPORTANT: It is not the intent of this maintenance manual toresolve any problems with the operation of your ICE AIR unit.Please contact a trained servicer or building maintenancestaff immediately if your unit fails to perform properly.1. Check the electrical connections.2. Check the voltage and current against the electricalspecifications on the unit nameplate.3. Look for wiring errors. Check for loose screw connections in bothline and low voltage terminals.4. Check the water supply piping for proper water connection.5. Check for dirty filters.6. Check indoor fan for proper operation.7. Check that unit did not cycle off due to improper thermostatsettings.8. Check for fault codes on the control board – consult the BoardTroubleshooting Table.1. Contact a trained service technician to conduct full unitdiagnostics and repair to equipment.2. Record any unit that does not operate noting the unit serialnumber on your report.! RECOGNIZE THIS SYMBOL AS A SAFETY PRECAUTION.p!pWARNING: ICE AIR will not be responsible for any injury orproperty damage arising from improper service or serviceprocedures. If you install or perform service on this unit, youassume responsibility for any personal injury or propertydamage which may result. Many jurisdictions require a licenseto install or service heating and air conditioning equipment.!pWARNING HIGH VOLTAGE: Disconnect all power beforeservicing or installing unit. Multiple power sources may bepresent. Failure to do so may cause property damage,personal injury or death.Precautions and preparations listed are for general knowledge and to define basic guidelines. Local codes and existing practices should be observed and preformed by a professional.Due to ICE AIRs ongoing product development programs, the information in this document is subject to change without notice.13

System Check ListInstaller: Complete unit and system checkout and follow unit start-up procedures provided with the unit. Use this form to record information,temperatures and pressures during start-up. Keep this form for future reference.Location Information.Owner:Address:Model Number:Serial Number:Unit Location in Building:Date:Sales Order No:In order to minimize troubleshooting and costly system failures,complete the following checks and data entries before the system isput into full operation.Cooling ModeHeatingModeReturn-Air Temperature DB ( F)Temperatures: (Circle) F or CSupply-Air Temperature DB ( F)Antifreeze: Type: %Temperature DifferentialPressures: (Circle) PSIG or kPaEnter

G- Autoflow Valve 2.0 GPM H- Autoflow Valve 2.5 GPM I- Autoflow Valve 2.8 GPM J- Autoflow Valve 3.0 GPM K- Autoflow Valve 3.3 GPM L- Autoflow Valve 3.5 GPM M- Autoflow Valve 4.0 GPM N- Autoflow Valve 4.5 GPM O- Autoflow Valve 5.0 GPM P- Autoflow Valve 5.5 GPM Q- Autoflow Valve 6.0 GPM R- Autoflow Valve

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