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    Deciphering Trane and Carriers Model Numbers =D

    Can anyone help me out here?

    I have a Trane with Model No. TTA364300b0. Im hoping someone can help me determine the inside unit and if its gas or electric and what voltage it would of required.

    Also, a Carrier with Model No. 38AE012600. The same info is needed on this one.

    Is there a cheat sheet readily available that I can print out for both those Manufactures?

    Thanks in advance,

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    Those are outdoor units so they won't tell you what's inside. I'm guessing that the Trane is a TTA036A300B0. That would be a 3 ton 208/230 3 phase condensing unit.

    On the Carrier, 10 ton split, the 6 in the model # would intake 460v 3 phase.

    I don't know of a cheat sheet anywhere, be nice if someone could post one if they have it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpenney View Post

    I have a Trane with Model No. TTA364300b0. Im hoping someone can help me determine the inside unit and if its gas or electric and what voltage it would of required.

    Also, a Carrier with Model No. 38AE012600. The same info is needed on this one.
    Sorry that I'm a little late to the parade on this one, I didn't see this before. It might be OBE (overcome by events) and you have probably already figured this out, but if you are still wondering:

    The Carrier 38AE012 is a straight condensing unit and were usually matched/rated with 28CB and 28LA coils, or the 40RR air handler.

    The Trane TTA036 is also just a condensing unit and were usually matched/rated with TWH and TWV air handlers, or the TXA, TXC, TXF, TXM coils.

    That doesn't mean this is what you have installed though.
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