Thats a good thought, thanks, it is the only CRAC against a wall.
Setpoints and sensitivity?
How far into your conditioned space is the unit's T/H sensor?
It's great to be alive and pumping oxygen!
Hey hutch if your tech was qualified you would not be here seeking information he would. If not here then with Leibert tech support. Like I said Qualified is the key here
You have to know the password to change settings. That is for good reason too.
"Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power."
You had indicated that there are other units in the space;
The units are about 10 yrs old, in a Data Center. The temp settings are set close to maintain a steady temp... and the other lieberts, 2 other crac and 3 ACU units are all set at the same settings and I don't have this problem with the others.
Questions for you and your tech:
1) Are the other ACU's, Data Center units that are able to control humidity or just straight cooling?
2)Is there any outside air coming into the Data Center?
Data Center units work with 0% outside air and must have a proper vapor barrier for the consistent control of the room.
3)Has your Load changed or have been lighten to cause the short cycling to occur?
Total Load tonnage(kw) vs. Total Cooling Capacity (kw)
Keep us posted,
That is a very important distinction between those of us who care and those who don't. There are days I wish I was capable of leaving the job at work but thats not what makes us who we are. Like so many others here I've lost track of my time spent researching problems on my own time.
Originally Posted by schomaker9253
Hot gas bypass? Elec rh? HWRH? All will help with cycle if there working.
The new Crac units have a setting in the Service Menu that allows you to use PI, Proporational or Intelligent. I found that Intlligent setting will cause the unit to overshoot at times but will not allow a short cycle.
The last proporational band I changed had 10,000 starts and a total of 71 hrs of work. Very hard on the unit causing a PDF problem.
I've run across this a couple times on Liebert units.
There's a good chance your LLSV is leaking-by causing the unloader to pump the compressor down. The problem is after 5 restarts within an hour, it actuates the short-cycle alarm. You can test this by gauging-up to your suction service valve and monitoring the psi's. If the psi starts to rise after the unloader has pumped the compressor-down to the LPCO more than once (sometimes there's enough gas to raise it causing one more pump down), then your LLSV is leaking-by.
If that is your problem you will probably need to replace the LLSV unless you just want to disable that alarm. You can disable the alarm by going into the alarm menu on the control panel. If you don't know the password, you can disable the password protection by turning microswitch #6 to the off position.
Last but not least, increase your deadbands also! They're set at 3 degrees by default (which is about as high as you can go), however they might be set to less.
Hope this helps!
I agree with Lafittejdubb on the leak through. Have seen it a few times myself. Also, did they load this end of the server room more so than the rest? Have seen that a few times as well.
Also, guys, he is in the AOP section as a owner, so why not help instead of dogging him? Just saying.
I think he was pointing out the irony of his request not to abbreviate.
Originally Posted by HeyBob
Politicians need to be changed like diapers, and for the same reason.
How about a model number? Does it have a semi hermetic compressor? If so have you checked the valve plates by testing to see if they hold pressure? Let the system pump down, front seat the suction valve, does your pressure in your compressor body rise? If so you are leaking through the discharge valves. If not try front seating the discharge valve with the suction valve open after pump down, if pressure rises you have a bad solenoid valve. The bad discharge valves has been the cause for 90% of my short cycle alarms in the past because most of my CRAC's see constant loads. I have seen one solenoid valve bad and it had something stuck in it not allowing it to close off properly. A burn out that was not properly cleaned up, clogged the TXV as well.
I have done so much with so little for so long, that now I can do almost anything with nothing at all.