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    Hmm Trane Model Numbers?

    Can anyone direct me to a place where all of the Trane RTU model numbers live? I am trying to understand what they mean. I am new to this site and believe I may have missed something while surfing. I haven't called Trane, but their site has not helped me find info on their RTUs built in the 1990's

    Thank you,
    Paulio

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    unless you have the IOM, you are not going to find it. too many unit types over the years. what is your complete model number and maybe we can help.

    good luck.
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    Trane RTU

    Jayguy...what can you tell me about Trane RTU model # SXHEC9040E76AD8D3D01GGNRTX? How many compressors & what interface module should it have? Any additional info you can provide would be great!

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    M# SXHEC9040E76AD8D3DO1GGNRTX

    S= Self Contained
    X= DX cooling,Extended Casing
    H= Single Zone
    E= 5th Developement sequence
    C90= 90 Tons
    4= 460/60/3 XL
    0= No Heat
    E= Design Sequence
    7= 100% Exhaust w/ statitrac & 15 hp motor
    6= Ex fan Drive 600 RPM
    A= Throw away filters
    D= Supply Fan HP 40 ( 2-20HP)
    8= Supply Fan Drive 800 RPM
    D= !00% Economizer
    3= VAV ( SA temp Control w/ IG Vanes)
    D= BAYSENS014
    O= Standard Ambient Control
    1= UL Approval

    Numbers 21 -36 are mis. items

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiller Guy View Post
    M# SXHEC9040E76AD8D3DO1GGNRTX

    S= Self Contained
    X= DX cooling,Extended Casing
    H= Single Zone
    E= 5th Developement sequence
    C90= 90 Tons
    4= 460/60/3 XL
    0= No Heat
    E= Design Sequence
    7= 100% Exhaust w/ statitrac & 15 hp motor
    6= Ex fan Drive 600 RPM
    A= Throw away filters
    D= Supply Fan HP 40 ( 2-20HP)
    8= Supply Fan Drive 800 RPM
    D= !00% Economizer
    3= VAV ( SA temp Control w/ IG Vanes)
    D= BAYSENS014
    O= Standard Ambient Control
    1= UL Approval

    Numbers 21 -36 are mis. items

    chiller guy is fast and awesome...i think i heard his girlfriend say that once
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    Model # Issues

    Quote Originally Posted by Chiller Guy View Post
    M# SXHEC9040E76AD8D3DO1GGNRTX

    S= Self Contained
    X= DX cooling,Extended Casing
    H= Single Zone
    E= 5th Developement sequence
    C90= 90 Tons
    4= 460/60/3 XL
    0= No Heat
    E= Design Sequence
    7= 100% Exhaust w/ statitrac & 15 hp motor
    6= Ex fan Drive 600 RPM
    A= Throw away filters
    D= Supply Fan HP 40 ( 2-20HP)
    8= Supply Fan Drive 800 RPM
    D= !00% Economizer
    3= VAV ( SA temp Control w/ IG Vanes)
    D= BAYSENS014
    O= Standard Ambient Control
    1= UL Approval

    Numbers 21 -36 are mis. items
    Chiller Guy,

    There were only 26 numbers for the model # on the nameplate for the unit. I understand there should be 36 so why would there only be 26 on the nameplate? Also, any idea how many compressors this unit will/should have?

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    Going from memory I beleive it has 2 circuits with 3-15 ton comps each for a total of 6. These should be Trane Scroll compressors.
    As to the short m# I cannot give you an answer but am sure some one will.

    And tell jayguy to stay away from my girlfriend!

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    Trane reps can't give me straight answer

    Can you help me out? Trane switched reps on me, both have given me different tonnage/sizes on thes units, appreciate it.

    Model# SFHB2004LJ10F21500
    BYC1130G4L0AA
    BYC1304200L0BA

    Thanks for your help

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    Trane Model #'s

    Can anyone help me out? Is there an easy resource that can help me break down the model numbers, making it easier to get tonage? I have a Trane TEH360AEBW2B6EH400

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    SFHB2004LJ10F21500 would be gas heat 20 Ton rooftop

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    Smile Trane Model # TDC120C40CCA

    Thank you for responding so quickly, jayguy, I appreciate it. The Trane model is #TCD120C40CCA.

    Paulio

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulio View Post
    Thank you for responding so quickly, jayguy, I appreciate it. The Trane model is #TCD120C40CCA.

    Paulio
    TC: Package Cooling, Electric Heat
    D: Downflow
    120: 10 Tons, Standard Efficiency
    C: Major Design Sequence
    4: 460/60/3
    0: ? (a description is not listed)
    C: Downflow Economizer and Oversize Motor
    C: Minor Design Sequence
    A: Service Digit (i don't know exactly what this means)

    good luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulio View Post
    Can anyone direct me to a place where all of the Trane RTU model numbers live?

    ... Trane, but their site has not helped me find info on their RTUs built in the 1990's
    You won't find OLD model numbers.

    http://www.trane.com/Commercial/Lite...earchList.aspx


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