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  1. #1
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    Carrier 19EB Control Panel

    Anybody have any idea if We can replace 19EB old control Panel with some new
    Display type Panel.Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coldrig View Post
    Anybody have any idea if We can replace 19EB old control Panel with some new
    Display type Panel.Thanks.
    Try a Pic2 conversion contact your local carrier office

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    Quote Originally Posted by coldrig View Post
    Anybody have any idea if We can replace 19EB old control Panel with some new
    Display type Panel.Thanks.
    I've seen just about any panel on any machine replaced by an "Upgrade" (?) panel by any manufacturer. Some look very professional, and some not so much. Check with your friendly local service company and see what they can do for you.
    "Wheel" mechanics work on "Wheel" chillers

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    Quote Originally Posted by referteacher View Post
    I've seen just about any panel on any machine replaced by an "Upgrade" (?) panel by any manufacturer. Some look very professional, and some not so much. Check with your friendly local service company and see what they can do for you.
    Local service company is not interested in this job,so I am trying if I can get some hint to do it myself.Thanks.

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    Your poor planning does not constitute an emergency on my part!!!!

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    Retrofit it to "Carrier" 32XR is the best choice
    Can

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    Carrier makes a conversion kit for the 32XR upgrade, but they will have to install it. Works very well, and it is the best choice. $$$$$

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    Quote Originally Posted by can View Post
    Retrofit it to "Carrier" 32XR is the best choice
    Where to get 32XR.

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    Dear Coldrig,

    Ask your local Carrier, if no reply, you can contact me!
    Can

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    Have done a few does not have to be Carrier but still has to be a licensed contractor familiar with equipment. System works good. I would also upgrade starter to a new Y Delta. I do not trust solid state starters or VFD very little support when problems occur. That's what happens when all old engineers are pushed out the door you get some kid with an MIT degree but never held an amprobe

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    it is very easy to upgarde the starter to the VFD. You can get more detail from the 19XR O&M. And add some of your own idea. I was retrofited 2 chillers.
    Can

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    We have done one this year. Although it was not a 19EB, it was a 19EA with the original SM controls instead of 32MP like the EB's originally had. there is a 32XR control retrofit kit that does have everything you need to upgrade to the new controls platform. There would be three kits you need for the complete installation. There is an ISM panel kit that has the ISM pre-wired inside a panel that you just connect your existing starter wires to a terminal strip. There is another impeller displacement switch panel that also needs to be wired. Then the control/power panels. The kit can be put on any type of machine (except low pressure) with R-22/R-500/R-134a/R-12 with any type of starter. There were a few issues with the instructions as there were a couple jumpers missing in the instructions that I found that had to be added. The only recommendation I have is that if this chiller has not been converted to R-134a to check and verify that the software for the different refrigerants is available. After my kit shipped, I was notified that it was only good for R-134a. My chiller was R-12. Then the fun began dealing with Carrer CCS directly.( I worked for the local CCS office for almost 20 years and they don't like me much as I have left and started my own company). They had to reluctantly come and do a software download. If you have any questions about the whole experience let me know.

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    I have several D's and E's on MCS control panels with no issues. Way cheaper than a Carrier conversion. You can get graphics or not, your choice!
    "I'm from Texas, what country are you from?"

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