Straight from the brain surgeons at Copeland themselves.
In compliance with the U.L. requirements based
on the 1971 National Electric Code revisions, Copeland
has established maximum continuous current values for
all U.L. recognized compressors. These values will then
determine the minimum rated load amp value that may
be used to comply with the U.L. and N.E.C. requirement
that the motor compressor protection system will not
permit a continuous current in excess of 156% of the
rated load current.
i really enjoy worning on the step controller!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Originally Posted by Doug Lockhart
85% of your troubleshooting is electrical Ray.....I force my guys to eat, drink, bleed, piss wiring diagrams....try an old Lennox DMS4 multizone....11 foot long wiring diagram!!!! You need to convert at least 250 pictorials to ladders and verify their integrity....
I WILL SELL WORK,GENERATE BUSINESS, GO GET NEW CUSTOMERS!
YOU SHUT THE HELL UP AND QUIT RUNNING YOUR MOUTH!