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    CCAD 60

    looking for the IOM book for this machine, i tried the trane site with no luck

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    You're talking about the scroll chiller w/ the ucp1. Try CGAD-M-1. For the air cooled I don't know the numer for the h20 cooled. See if your local office will print it off for you.
    Last edited by txhvac; 08-30-2009 at 01:53 PM.
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    CCAD might be a beast from the pre-W7900 years with a return TC-1 Honeywell controller on the return with semi hermetics up to 60 tons
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    No it's not, it's newer than that, got the ucp1 panel. Don't know the number. Condenserless? I think.
    Last edited by txhvac; 08-30-2009 at 02:18 PM.
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    sorry about that.........it's a scroll chiller air cooled (CCAD model)split with that panel.you can ask for a CGAD IOM which is a package air cooled scroll chiller for the same info minus the piping but the controls are the same
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    yeah, its the one with the scroll compressors, we just picked up a account with one but it's water cooled, like what others said just lookin for info. on the ucp and the algorithms of the controller, first one i've seen, looks like a solid machine, any pros and cons techs. have experinced ?

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    If it has a water cooled condenser then it is a CGWD

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    im sorry it is the CGWD

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolerinfrederick View Post
    yeah, its the one with the scroll compressors, we just picked up a account with one but it's water cooled, like what others said just lookin for info. on the ucp and the algorithms of the controller, first one i've seen, looks like a solid machine, any pros and cons techs. have experinced ?
    While your down @ the local office getting the IOM, tell em to print off CGAD-SB-2B. This bulletin will help you troubleshoot the boards etc. Will work w/ whatever you got there...CGAD,CGWD,CCAD yeah. Anyways there just scroll chillers not too big of a deal...never had too many wacko problems w/ them. Hope this can help.
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    if the chiller side came in with LLS they are 13V DC and the first thing you will hear CLICK when the ciruit calls,the CTs on the compressors will pick up a hi-head before the HP opens this could lead to panic when you come up on the UCP-1 and see overload trips in B scroll down letter.yearly maint. hit the UCP-1 area with a philips head screw driver on all the mounting screws for the boards and check the pins between boards and ribbon cable bends for rub outs(start getting fluky trips).
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    sure, i believe my email is in my profile

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