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Light Commercial Heat Recovery Ventilators and Energy Recovery Ventilators Installation, Operation and Service Instructions VB0002 VB0003 VB0001 207428 rev. 12

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Light CommercialHeat Recovery Ventilators and Energy Recovery Ventilators Installation, Operationand Service InstructionsVB0002VB0003VB0001207428 rev. 136LC, V6LC700012LC, V12LC2Table of Contents1. Safety Considerations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22. Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4 Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Mounting Location Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Mounting Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Ductwork . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Internal Grilles and diffusers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Exterior Hoods. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Drains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Electrical connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43. Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5 General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Sequence of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Defrost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Remote Wall Control (Optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54. Airflow Measurements and Balancing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55. Maintenance and Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6 Bi-Monthly Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Annual Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66. Service Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-9 6LC, V6LC-12LC, V12LC Exhaust Defrost. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 6LC, V6LC-12LC, V12LC Recirculation Defrost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 7000. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9Appendix A - Mounting Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10Appendix B - Unit Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-15Appendix C - Balancing Dampers Position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16Appendix D - Drain Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17Appendix E - Terminal Control Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18-19Appendix F - Control Box Assembly 6LC, V6LC, 12LC and V12LC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19Appendix G - Make-up Heat Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20Appendix H - Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-25Appendix I - Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 271. Safety ConsiderationsHazards may exist within this equipment because it contains electrical and powerful moving qualified service personnel should install or service this equipment. Untrained personnel can perform basic maintenance such as maintaining precautions marked in literature and on labels attached to unit. Follow all safety codes. WARNING!Disconnect main power switches to unit before performing service or maintenance. Electric shock can cause personal injury or InspectionInspect the exterior of the unit for shipping damage by ensuring that there is no damage to the door, door latches, door hinges, damper, duct collars, cabinet, etc. Inspect the interior of the unit for damage by ensuring that the fan motors and housings, heat or energy recovery cores, insulation, dampers, actuators and drain pans are all transportation damage is found, file a claim immediately with the transportation agency. Remove all packaging, tape, etc. from the Mounting Location RequirementsWhen determining an installation location, the unit must be mounted in a heated area to prevent condensate drain lines from freezing. The mounting location should be away from occupied areas to provide quiet operation. The area should also be easily accessible for :These units have minimum clearance requirements when mounting. See Appendix B for specific clearance requirements. Mounting options must allow 12 (305 mm)clearance in front of control cover for mounting location close to an exterior partition will minimize the length of insulated duct. The unit should be close to a drain and 120 volt, 60 Hz power supply. The unit should be mounted away from hot chimneys, electrical panels and other hazards. Mounting OptionsThere are several options for hanging or floor mounting the :In all cases, the unit must be level. Consult local building code for restrictions in your area regarding the unit with the reinforced rubber straps provided as shown in Appendix A. Check with local building codes regarding the use of rubber straps in commercial buildings. Attach the straps to the unit with two no. 8 screws provided. Then attach the other end of the strap to the ceiling joists, trusses, custom frame, unit can also be hung with 3/8 (10 mm) threaded rod and U channels or angles (not supplied) as shown in Appendix installing the unit, keep in mind that access to the control panel may be required. Supply and exhaust ducts to outdoors may have 1 to 2 (25 mm to 51 mm) of insulation on them. Rubber vibration isolation may be required and is recommended for quiet unit can also be mounted on a metal or wooden curb (not supplied) bolted to the floor as shown in Appendix A. Space must be left under the unit to allow connection of drain lines. A gradual slope is required for the condensate water to drain by gravity (minimum 1/4 /foot) (6 mm/305 mm). If this is not possible, a pump should be used. If attachment of the unit to the curb is required, ensure that screws, bolts and mounting hardware do not interfere with moving parts or that the integrity of the cabinet insulation is not DuctworkThe supply and exhaust duct connections on the unit are as follows:UNITDUCT SIZE6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC14 x 8 (356 mm x 203 mm)700020 x 8 (508 mm x 203 mm)NOTE:Duct sizes are for connection purposes only. Ducts should be sized to keep noise and pressure drop to a supply and exhaust ducts connected to outdoors, as well as any ducts passing through an unconditioned space, must have a minimum insulation value of R5. In addition, a continuous integral vapor barrier over the duct insulation must be balancing dampers are recommended for both supply and exhaust ducts to allow for adjustment of airflow. Also, flexible canvasconnectors should be installed close to the unit in the supply duct to the building and the exhaust duct from the building to reduce noise transmission from the unit to the building, see Appendix ports on the 6LC, V6LC, 12LC and V12LC units have 1 (25 mm)flanges to facilitate the installation of the ductwork. Please note that the Fresh Air from Outdoors port has a defrost damper incorporated with that any mechanical fasteners used to connect the duct do not interfere with the operation of the damper. Screws can be installed on the side of the cabinet rather than the flange for this port only. For port locations see Appendix ports on the 7000 unit have 2 (51 mm) flanges to facilitate the installation of the ductwork. Please note the Fresh Air From Outdoors connection is factory set to be the left side upper port. It is possible to reverse the operation of the defrost damper in order to use the port on top of the cabinet for Fresh Air From Outdoors change the Fresh Air From Outdoors from the side to the top use the following directions. For port locations see Appendix the cover of the damper motor with a flat screwdriver. Reverse the ORANGE and RED wires by moving the ORANGE from terminal no. 2 to terminal no. 3 and moving the RED wire from terminal no. 3 to terminal no. 2. The end result in order to have the Fresh Air From Outdoors connection to the top port will be: no. 1 - WHITE, no. 2 - RED, no. 3 - Internal Grilles and DiffusersLocate exhaust grilles and supply diffusers to provide effective ventilation and avoid short circuiting of airflows. Adjustable dampersshould be provided at every grille and diffuser location to make balancing of the system proper selection of style and size of grilles and diffusers is required to minimize pressure drop. The velocity of the airflow should not exceed 400 (2 m/sec.) for normal duct system should be designed according to the high speed flow rate of the unit. In order to keep the noise and pressure drop to a minimum, a maximum air velocity of 1100 ( m/sec.) should be used in calculations in duct design. The duct runs should be kept as short as possible with the minimum amount of elbows and manufacturer recommends the use of smooth radius elbows or square elbows with turning vanes to achieve maximum performance. WARNING!It is recommended to wear safety glasses and gloves while performing these Installation (cont d) Exterior HoodsIt is important that the fresh air intake hood be positioned well away from any source of contamination. The exterior supply and exhaust hoods must be separated enough to prevent cross-contamination and at an elevation that will prevent blockage by snow, dirt and :Consult local building code for restrictions in your rodent screen with 1/4 (6 mm) mesh must be installed to prevent the intake of large debris and animals. A backdraft damper may need to be installed in the exhaust duct to prevent cold air entering the building if the unit is to be shut off for a long period of maintain optimum airflow performance, exterior hood selection must be such that the minimum free area of opening is as follows:140 inches2 ( m2). DrainsThe drain fittings provided with the unit will accept a 3/4 (19 mm) NPTcoupler (supplied by others). The drain line for the unit must be fabricated on-site and connected to the building main. A loop in the hose or trap in the copper or plastic pipe must be provided to prevent sewer gases from entering the unit when connecting to a drain as illustrated in Appendix :Consult local building code for plumbing requirements in your area. If copper pipe is to be used, ensure not to solder to the 3/4 (19 mm) coupler while it is attached to the plastic drain fitting as deformation may occur. Ensure adequate slope is present to allow good drainage(minimum 1/4 per foot or 6 mm per 305 mm). Electrical ConnectionsPOWERA terminal block and strain relief bushing or a junction box is provided for line voltage to make the necessary power electrical requirements are as follows:6LC, V6LC700012LC, V12LCVO LTAG E115 V115 V115 General InformationFAN INTERLOCK RELAY OUTPUT (FF)External fan control can be achieved by connecting an external 24 volts fan control through dry contacts (FF). These contacts are closed on a call for ventilation or defrost. See wiring diagram shown in Appendix SELECTION (6LC, V6LC /12LC, V12LC UNITS ONLY)There are three speed settings available with the controls, only two of which can be functional at any one time. The units are factory set to use the low and high speed taps on the blower motors. If necessary, the medium speed tap can be used instead of the low speed tap. See wiring diagrams for instructions on how to make this change. Units without the remote wall control option can be shut off by opening the contact between LOW - COM or HIGH - COM as shown in Appendix Sequence of OperationBefore start-up, check the unit for obstructive packaging, objects near or in blowers, dampers, heat exchangers, etc. Once installationis complete, check all modes of operation to ensure that the unit is working properly. Close the doors and check for operation on LOW, COM and HIGH. Use a wall control or the dry contact switching to run fan speeds as shown in Appendix 7000 unit is two speed. Low speed can be initiated by creating a closure across LOW - COM or high speed can be initiated by creating a closure across HIGH - CHECK POINTS (ALL UNITS): Power connected, no ventilation call - Both fans are off, defrost damper (if equipped) closes off fresh air from outdoors. Power connected, low speed call - Both fans on low speed internal defrost damper (if equipped) opens fresh air from outdoors. For 6LC, V6LC, 12LC and V12LC units only, if equipped with recirculation module, the internal defrost damper closes recirculation opening. Power connected, high speed call - Both fans on high speed, defrost damper opens fresh air from outside. For 6LC, V6LC, 12LC and V12LC units only, if equipped with recirculation module, the internal defrost damper closes recirculation opening. Power connected, occupied timer/sensor connection open (unoccupied mode) - Both fans are off, defrost damper closes fresh air from outdoors. For 6LC, V6LC, 12LC and V12LC units only, if equipped with recirculation module, the internal defrost damper opens recirculation opening. Power connected, FF control contacts close during unit ventilation or defrost Controls (cont d) DefrostThe unit functions are controlled by integrated controls in the unit which may include Exhaust Only Defrost or Recirculation Defrost(via the recirculation module - 6LC, V6LC, 12LC and V12LC units only). In cold temperatures, defrost cycles will remove frost from the heat recovery core to maintain good operation. EXHAUST ONLY DEFROST (OPTIONAL)Frost removal occurs when the supply blower de-energizes, the supply air damper and the core damper close and the exhaust fan continues to circulate only warm inside air through the heat recovery core or energy recovery core to maintain ventilation. This process prevents the build up of ice in the core. Defrost is temperature initiated at 23 F to -22 F (-5 C to -30 C) and time DEFROST MODULE(OPTIONAL - FACTORY INSTALLED)The Recirculation Defrost Module is only available with the 6LC, V6LC, 12LC and V12LC units. The defrost cycle is electronically controlled in response to the outdoors temperature 23 F to -22 F (-5 C to -30 C).On a call for defrost, the supply air damper in the recirculation module closes, exhaust fan is de-energized and the supply fan continues to recirculate warm air through the heat recovery core or energy recovery core. It is possible to extend the defrost times during very cold weather by removing the jumper JU1-F on the circuit board as shown in Appendix F. For dimension and weight changes to the 6LC, V6LC, 12LC and V12LC models with recirculation defrost, see Appendix B-2 and Remote Wall Control (Optional)Remote mounted wall control options can be used to control the ventilators from a location remote to the installed unit location. The connection from the ventilator to the control is low voltage and requires a 4 conductor (24 ga. minimum) LVT cable. Models are available with a dehumidistat control. The following two options are SWITCH TYPEDehumidistat to engage high speed exchange. Slide switch operation supporting continuous low exchange and continuous high ELECTRONIC TYPE (FOR 7000 UNIT ONLY)Ideal for pool dehumidification. Dehumidistat to engage high speed exchange. Push-button operation supporting: intermittent (stand-by) ventilation, continuous low exchange, continuous high exchange, maintenance indicator light and exchange indicator light. WARNING!A negative building pressure may develop during the defrost cycle with possible backdrafting fumes from combustion Maintenance and Bi-Monthly MaintenanceBi-monthly maintenance should include:AIR FILTERSThe standard foam filters are washable. Under normal conditions it is recommended that they be cleaned every two months. More frequent cleaning may be required under extremely dirty operating conditions. Use a vacuum cleaner to remove the heaviest portion of accumulated dirt, then wash with warm medium efficiency filter for the supply air stream is available from your supplier. This filter is disposable and should be replaced when it becomes , V6LC, 12LC and V12LC units Washable foam filter MEF filter - optional7000 unitDRAIN PANS AND INTERIOR OF UNITWith the filters removed from the unit, the foil faced insulation surfaces and the drain pans should be wiped clean with a soft cloth and mild cleaning solution. Also ensure that the drain fittings are free from dirt and are draining freely. WARNING!Disconnect power before maintaining or 21VL0002A4. Airflow Measurement and BalancingOnce installation is complete, the supply and exhaust airflows should be balanced. This will ensure proper operation and a good quality well designed duct system with properly sized duct runs and equalstatic pressure losses of both the supply and exhaust will aid in balancingthe unit. However, it will be necessary to take flow measurementswith the proper equipment to ensure a balanced proceeding with balancing, all windows, overhead doors and walk-in doors should be closed and exhaust systems should be turned Maintenance and Service (cont d) Annual MaintenanceAnnual maintenance should include:AIR FILTERSVacuum and wash standard foam filters. Replace medium efficiencyfilter if PANS AND INTERIOR OF UNITWash the foil faced insulation surfaces and wipe the drain pans with a soft cloth and mild cleaning solution. Check the drain fittings to ensure they are draining RECOVERY COREThe heat recovery core must be handled with care. It is recommended that it be washed once a year following the season of most intense use, in order to ensure maximum efficiency of the partitions. Allow the heat recovery core to soak for three hours in warm water and mild soap. Rinse under a heavy stream of HM COREFor ERV HM core, use a vacuum cleaner or low pressure air is not recommended to use solvents or detergents as these may damage the media or structure of the wheels and fan housing should be checked for dirt they appear dirty, it may be necessary to remove the blower assembly and then vacuum the dust out through the fan mouth. See next column for instructions on removing the blower OPERATION CHECKVerification of all control modes should be checked to ensure properoperation. Refer to Sequence of Operation AND REPLACEMENT OF THE DAMPER ACTUATORCheck damper operation by switching between LOW - COM or HIGH - COM on the dry contact terminal or by switching through the modes on the optional remote wall control. If the damper does not respond in one or both directions, check all unit ONLY: Check for 24 volt output between the WHITE/REDand the WHITE/ORANGE wires at the damper motor. If 24 volts can be measured at the damper motor, the problem is either in the connections, the defrost relay or the main circuit , V6LC/12LC, V12LC units ONLY: (CAUTION: 120 VAC) Check for 120 volt output across the WHITE/BLACK wires. If 120 voltscan be measured at the motor, replace the motor. If 120 volts cannotbe measured at the motor, check pins J1-9 at the printed circuit board. WARNING!Disconnect power before maintaining water and a strong cleaning agent could damage the polypropylene core. Ensure the core is returned to the unit in the correct orientation. Use the sticker as a CIRCUIT BOARD REPLACEMENTThe main circuit board must be replaced if an electronic problem arises. For example, the unit suddenly stops, the unit stays in defrost all of the time or if control functions are not working properly. Ensure that power is reaching the board. Test the blower motors and damper actuators for operation when directly connected to the appropriate power voltage. If the motor and damper actuators functionnormally, replace the main circuit AND BLOWER REMOVAL AND INSTALLATIONDisconnect power from the unit. To determine if the fan motor is burned out, disconnect the four-wire service connector between the motor and cabinet. Connect the motor directly to a 115 volts power source with an electrical cable, as follows:RED + WHITELow speedBLUE + WHITEMedium speedBLACK + WHITEHigh speedIf the motor functions normally, there is a problem with the wiring connections or the main circuit board. Check all wiring and replace main circuit board if the blower does not run, it must be replaced. To replace the motor,remove the recovery core from the unit. Disconnect the four-wire service connector from the unit. Remove the fasteners holding the motor assembly in place. Lift the assembly up and out, using one hand under the motor and one hand to steady it. Remove the assembly carefully from the unit to avoid damage to the insulation, shelf, etc. Install the repaired motor assembly by following these instructions in PLATEREMOVE THESETWO SCREWSVD0004ASERVICE CONNECTORTHUMBSCREWVD0001ACAUTIONDo not soak the ERV HM core in water. This core can easely be damaged especially if it is , V6LC, 12LC and V12LC units7000 unit76. Service 6LC, V6LC-12LC, V12LC Exhaust kit (male-female)C1808139Core Defrost Actuator 6LC, V6LC-12LC, V12LC63341Core Defrost Actuator 12LC, V12LC, Powder Coated D63327Core Damper 6LC, V6LC63328Core Damper 12LC, V12LC63329Core Damper 12LC, V12LC, Powder CoatedE201982Fresh Air Damper 6LC, V6LC63330Fresh Air Damper 12LC, V12LC63331Fresh Air Damper 12LC, V12LC Powder CoatedF1808138Fresh Air Damper Act. 6LC, V6LC-12LC, V12LC63332Fresh Air Damper Actuator 12LC, V12LC Powder CoatedG201805Filter SWF " x " x 1" (unitary)H1808147Core Poly CSA 6LC, V6LC-12LC, V12LC (unitary)1808146Core Poly UL 6LC, V6LC-12LC, V12LC only (unitary)1604191Core Aluminum 6LC, V6LC-12LC, V12LC (unitary)1607787ERV HM Core 6LC, V6LC-12LC, V12LC (unitary)I16035Door Latch-Keeper KitJ1607456Drain Fitting 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC, 7000 (unitary)K63342Filter Optional MEF 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC (unitary) *1808130PCB Electronic 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC, 7000202382Thermistor 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC, 7000500025914Relay SPDT 120 VAC, 1 HP, 30 A @ 120 VAC, 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC500025915Relay DPST 120 VAC, 1 HP, 30 A @ 120 VAC, 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LCM1808144Blower Ass y 6LC, V6LC1808148Blower Ass y 12LC, V12LC1808148PBlower Ass y 12LC, V12LC Powder Coated Option1808142Blower Wheel 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC (not shown)1808149Fan Motor 6LC, V6LC (not shown)1808150Fan Motor 12LC, V12LC (not shown)63110Capacitor 5 F LC, 7000 (not shown)N208507Terminal Strip 10-Pin Molex 38721-6710, 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC*202798Door Assembly 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC*63343Door Assembly 12LC , V12LC(Powder Coated Option)*1808145Accessories kit 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC*63344Hanger Strap 18" Kit 6LC, V6LC,12LC, V12LC, 7000* Not 1: C and D not available for ERV HM CoreNOTE 2: H 2 cores required for 6LC and V6LC units 3 cores required for 12LC and V12LC unitsNOTE 3: G 4 filters for 6LC and V6LC units 6 filters for 12LC and V12LC unitsNOTE 4: K 2 filters for 6LC and V6LC units 3 filters for 12LC and V12LC units86. Service parts (cont d) 6LC, V6LC-12LC, V12LC Recirculation kit (male-female)C1808147Core Poly CSA 6LC, V6LC-12LC, V12LC (unitary)1808146Core Poly UL 6LC, V6LC-12LC, V12LC only (unitary)1604191Core Aluminum 6LC, V6LC-12LC, V12LC (unitary)1607787ERV HM Core 6LC, V6LC-12LC, V12LC (unitary)D201805Filter SWF " x " x 1" (unitary)E63333Recirculation Damper 6LC, V6LC63334Recirculation Damper 12LC, V12LC63335Recirculation Damper 12LC, V12LC Powder CoatedF225855Damper Motor Belimo LMB24-3-T, 7000,6LC, V6LC-12LC, V12LC (Recirc. Defrost Option)G *066161Fuse Holder 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC, 7000201603Terminal Strip 3-Pin Molex 38721-6703 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC (Recirculation Defrost)63352Relay DPDT 24 VAC, 1/2 HP, 15 A @ 120 VAC,6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC (Recir. Defrost Option)066176Fuse A, 250 V Time Delay " MDL 6LC, V6LC-12LC, V12LC (Recirc. Defrost Option)500025914Relay SPDT 120 VAC, 1 HP, 30 A @ 120 VAC, 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC64098Transformer 120-24V 40VAH16035Door Latch-Keeper KitI1607456Drain Fitting 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC, 7000 (unitary) Optional MEF 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC (unitary)K *1808130PCB Electronic 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC, 7000202382Thermistor 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC, 7000500025914Relay SPDT 120 VAC, 1 HP, 30 A @ 120 VAC, 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC500025915Relay DPST 120 VAC, 1 HP, 30 A @ 120 VAC, 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LCL1808144Blower Ass y 6LC, V6LC1808148Blower Ass y 12LC, V12LC1808148PBlower Ass y 12LC, V12LC Powder Coated Option1808142Blower Wheel 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC (not shown)1808149Fan Motor 6LC, V6LC (not shown)1808150Fan Motor 12LC, V12LC (not shown)63110Capacitor 5 F LC, 7000 (not shown)M208507Terminal Strip 10-Pin Molex 38721-6710, 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC*202798Door Assembly 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC*63343Door Assembly 12LC, V12LC (Powder Coated Option)*1808145Accessories kit 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC*63344Hanger Strap 18" Kit 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC, 7000*64228Backdraft damper 6LC, V6LC recirculation*64229Backdraft damper 12LC, V12LC recirculation* Not 1: C 2 cores required for 6LC and V6LC units 3 cores required for 12LC and V12LC unitsNOTE 2: D 4 filters for 6LC and V6LC units 6 filters for 12LC and V12LC unitsNOTE 3: J 2 filters for 6LC and V6LC units 3 filters for 12LC and V12LC units* Not Service parts (cont d) Latch-Keeper kitC225855Damper Motor Belimo LMB24-3-T, 7000, 6LC, V6LC-12LC, V12LC (Recirculation Defrost Option)D1604178Fresh Air Damper E1604168Blower Ass y 70001604177Blower Wheel (not shown)1604169Fan Motor 7000 (not shown)63110Capacitor 5 F LC, 7000 (not shown)F202790Terminal Strip 7-Pin Molex 38721-6707, 7000G *1808130PCB Electronic 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC, 7000202382Thermistor 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC, 700063117Transformer 700063345Relay DPDT 120 VAC, 1/2 HP, 15 A @ 120 VAC,7000, 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC066161Fuse Holder 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC, 7000066169Fuse A, 250 V Time Delay " MDL 7000* Not Kit (male-female)I1604156Core Poly CSA 70001604190Core Poly UL 7000 onlyJ1607456Drain Fitting 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC, 7000 (unitary)K134147Filter SWF " x " x 1" 7000 Exhaust (unitary)L134145Filter SWF 19" x " x 1" 7000 Supply (unitary)*1608701Optional MEF Filter 7000 Supply (unitary)*1804103PDoor Ass y 7000 (Powder Coated option)*027123Anti-vibration Bushing 7000 (unitary)*63344Hanger Strap 18" Kit 6LC, V6LC, 12LC, V12LC, 700010Appendix AMOUNTING DIAGRAMS6LC, V6LC, 12LC AND V12LC UNITSSpace must be left to allow connectionof drain lines with adequate slope for drainageWooden Curb (Supplied by others)Bolt to FloorRubber Vibration Isolator(Supplied by others)U Channel(Supplied by others)3/8" (10mm)Threaded Rod(Supplied by others)NOTE:Diagrams show standard unit units with the reversed door option, thedoor will be located StrapVD0002ARecirculation Module(Factory Installed)Recirculation Module(Factory Installed)Recirculation Module(Factory Installed)3/8" (10mm)Threaded Rod(Supplied by others)Rubber VibrationIsolaterCabinet MountedU ChannelWooden Curb(Supplied by others)Bolt to FloorSpace must be left to allowconnection of drain lines with adequate slope for drainageDry ContactsDry ContactsVD0003A7000 UNIT11Appendix BUNIT DIMENSIONSB-1: 6LC AND V6LC (WITHOUT RECIRCULATION MODULE) "[203] "[102] "[203] "[90] "[102] "[711] "[356] "[149] "[340] "[597] "[70] "[356] "[165] "[203] "[203] "[358] "[196] "[102] "[622] "[305] "[102] "[864] "[488] "[130] "[254] "[305] "[381]EXHAUST AIROPENINGSUPPLY AIROPENINGLINE POWEREXHAUST AIROUTDOOR AIRRETURN AIRSUPPLY AIRABLOW VOLTAGETERMINAL STRIPSCONTROL BOXACCESSREVERSE DOOROPTIONLEFT SIDECDBATOPNOTE: FOR UNITS WITH THE REVERSED DOOR OPTION, INTERIOR COMPONENTS WILL APPEAR AS A MIRRORIMAGE OF THE ABOVE MOUNTINGLOCATIONOUTDOOR AIROPENINGRETURN AIROPENINGDRAIN LINE FITTINGRIGHT SIDEA MINIMUM OF " [305] CLEARANCE FROM ANY OBSTRUCTIONIS REQUIRED FOR REMOVAL OF CONTROL MINIMUM OF " [381] CLEARANCE FROM ANY OBSTRUCTION IS REQUIRED FORREMOVAL OF HEAT RECOVERY CORES, FANS, ACCESS DOOR CAN BE REMOVED FROM CABINET WITH ONLY " [51] OF PLATEACCESS DOORCOREREVERSED DOOR OPTIONDimensions in [ ] are in millimetersCenter of gravityDirection of airflowNOTES:14 Gauge wire nutCondensate drain fitting (2x)AB3/4" NPTCONNECTION TABLECONNECTION SIZESNOTE: THIS MODEL HAS A DAMPER LOCATED ON THE OUTDOOR INTAKE CONNECTION. THIS DAMPER WILL CLOSE DURING A DEFROST CYCLE OR WHEN THE UNIT IS PLACED IN THE 'OFF' POSITION WITH POWER MAINTAINED TO THE DAMPER IS NOT DESIGNED AS A BACKDRAFT DAMPER AND WILL REMAIN OPEN IF POWER IS DISCONNECTED FROM THE UNIT FOR ANY LC POLY CORE6 LC ALUMINUM LC ERV HM B (cont d)UNIT DIMENSIONSB-2: 6LC AND V6LC WITH RECIRCULATION MODULE (FACTORY INSTALLED) " [714] " [356] " [102] " [44] " [203] " [70] " [488] " [130]Access DoorStrap MountingLocationDrain FittingNOTE:For units with the reversed door option, interior components will appear as a mirror image of the above " [1259]Line PowerControl BoxDry ContactsReverse Door OptionFresh AirTo BuildingExhaust AirTo " [203] " [102] " [622] " [90] " [305] " [381]Access DoorCoreReversed Door OptionControl PlateA minimum of " [305] clearance from any obstructionis required for removal of control minimum of " [381] clearance from any obstruction is required for removal of heat recovery cores, fans, access door can be removed from cabinet with only " [51] of " [203] " [203] " [358] " [356] " [180]Fresh AirFrom OutsideExhaust AirFrom " [102] " [44]VK0090ANOTE: Dimensions in [ ] are LC POLY COREwith recirculation module6 LC ALUMINUM COREwith recirculation LC ERV HM COREwith recirculation moduleTOTAL2069513Appendix B (cont d)UNIT DIMENSIONSB-3: 12LC AND V12LC (WITHOUT RECIRCULATION MODULE) "[1047] "[1024] "[508] "[145] "[524] "[362] "[864] "[130] "[488] "[102] "[288] "[305] "[381] "[508] "[102] "[70] "[279] "[508] "[251] "[622] "[203] "[203] "[102] "[203] "[254]BAFRESH AIRTO BUILDINGEXHAUST AIRTO OUTSIDELINE POWERLOW VOLTAGETERMINAL STRIPSCONTROL BOXACCESSCONTROL COVERACCESS DOOR COREREVERSED DOOR OPTIONACCESS DOORDRAIN FITTINGEXHAUST AIRFROM BUILDINGFRESH AIRFROM OUTSIDESTRAP MOUNTLOCATIONREVERSE DOOROPTIONCDBATOPOUTDOOR AIRRETURN AIRNOTE: FOR UNITS WITH THE REVERSED DOOR OPTION,INTERIOR COMPONENTS WILL APPEAR AS A MIRRORIMAGE OF THE ABOVE MINIMUM OF " [305] CLEARANCE FROM ANY OBSTRUCTIONIS REQUIRED FOR REMOVAL OF CONTROL MINIMUM OF " [381] CLEARANCE FROM ANY OBSTRUCTION IS REQUIRED FOR REMOVALOF HEAT RECOVERY CORES, FANS, ACCESS DOOR CAN BE REMOVED FROM CABINET WITH ONLY " [51] OF AIRSUPPLY AIRFRONT VIEWRIGHT SIDELEFT SIDEDimensions in [ ] are in millimetersCenter of gravityDirection of airflowNOTES:PTS12 LC POLY CORE 12 LC ALUMINUM GAUGE WIRE NUTCONDENSATE DRAIN FITTING (2X)AB3/4" mptCONNECTION TABLECONNECTION SIZESNOTE: THIS MODEL HAS A DAMPER LOCATED ON THE OUTDOOR INTAKE CONNECTION. THIS DAMPER WILL CLOSE DURING A DEFROST CYCLE OR WHEN THE UNIT IS PLACED IN THE 'OFF' POSITION WITH POWER MAINTAINED TO THE UNIT. THIS DAMPER IS NOT DESIGNED AS A BACKDRAFT DAMPER AND WILL REMAIN OPEN IF POWER IS DISCONNECTED FROM THE UNIT FOR ANY 12 LC ERV HM B (cont d)UNIT DIMENSIONSB-4: 12LC AND V12LC WITH RECIRCULATION MODULE (FACTORY INSTALLED) " [203] " [44] " [254] " [508] " [70]Line PowerDry " [1259]Strap MountingLocationFresh AirFrom OutsideExhaust AirFrom " [130]Heat Recovery CoreReversed Door OptionAccess "[381]Drain FittingAccess "[508] "[508] "[254] "[488]Control BoxNOTE:For units with the reversed door option, interior componentswill appear as a mirror image of the above minimum of " [305] clearance from any obstructionis required for removal of control minimum of " [381] clearance from any obstruction is required for removalof heat recovery cores, fans, access door can be removed from cabinet with only " [51] of Door OptionExhaust AirTo OutsideFresh AirTo " [1047] " [622] " [203] " [102] " [90] " [203] " [203] " [102] " [44]NOTE: Dimensions in [ ] are "[305]Control CoverPTS12 LC POLY COREwith recirculation module12 LC ALUMINUM COREwith recirculation 12 LC ERV HM COREwith recirculation B (cont d)UNIT DIMENSIONSB-5: "[254]Dimensions in [ ] are in millimetersCenter of gravityDirection of "[48]EXHAUST AIROPENINGSUPPLY "[527] "[203] "[273] "[191] "[269] "[307] "[55] "[51] "[940] "[628] "[789] "[1295] "[533]HEAT RECOVERY COREACCESS "[1194] "[203]DEFROST AIROPENINGEXHAUSTAIROUTDOOR AIROUTDOOR AIROPENINGRETURN AIROPENINGRETURN AIRCONDENSATE "[92] "[51] "[356] "[48] "[95] "[1029] "[203] "[311] "[203] "[387] "[51]Line Voltage InA minimum of " [305] clearance from any obstruction is required for power hook-up, low voltage remote connection, and control panel minimum of " [533] clearance from any obstructionis required for removal of heat recovery cores, fans, access door can be removed from cabinet with only " [51] of VoltageTerminal " [203] "[572]ABCDTOPRIGHT SIDEFRONTNOTES:LEFT SIDEPTS14 gauge wire nutCondensate drain fitting (2x)AB3/4" NPTCONNECTION TABLECONNECTION SIZESVK0093A16Appendix CBALANCING DAMPERS POSITION6LC, V6LC, 12LC AND V12LCBalancing DamperVJ0135ACanvas Vibration IsolatorReverse Door OptionExhaust AirFrom BuildingFresh AirFrom OutdoorsMin. 8" (203 mm)(Optional) Canvas Vibration IsolatorGravity Backdraft Damper(for recirculationdefrost option only) " (305 mm)Exhaust Airto Outdoors Fresh Airto Building 7000Balancing Damper(not supplied)Canvas Vibration IsolatorDry ContactsVJ0123A17Appendix DDRAIN CONNECTIONS6LC, V6LC, 12LC AND V12LCMin. 3 [76 mm]Min. 1 [25 mm]3/4 NPTcouplerWater trapMin. 4 [102 mm]Min. 4 [102 mm]Plastic hoseTo drainNOTES: 1. All hose, pipe and couplers to be supplied by Slope drain lines minimum 1/4 per 1 [25 mm]Min. 3 [76 mm]Plastic drain fittingTo drainCopper orplastic pipeVO0002A7000Min. 3 [76 mm]Min. 1 [25 mm]3/4 NPTcouplerWater trapMin. 4 [102 mm]Min. 4 [102 mm]Plastic hoseTo drainNOTES: 1. All hose, pipe and couplers to be supplied by Slope drain lines minimum 1/4 per 1 [25 mm]Min. 3 [76 mm]Plastic drain fittingTo drainCopper orplastic pipeVO0001A18Appendix ETERMINAL CONTROL DIAGRAMSA low voltage remote control wiring interface is provided on the unit. The connections for the low voltage remote wiring are located on two terminals adjacent to the exhaust fan outlet (or adjacent to the supply fan outlet on the 7000 unit). All field installed wiring must be low voltage class WALL CONTROLOptional wall control requires a 4 wire LVT-24 gauge (or equivalent). This remote wall control runs on 12 VO LTAG E CONTROLSAll other terminals are dry Voltage terminal control consists of the following:WALL CONTROL4 wire LVT 24 gauge minimumOCCUPIED (NIGHT SET BACK) TIMER/SENSOR24 VAC, needs dry contactLOW - COM - HIGHRemote fan switching requires a single pole, double throw switch (SPDT)FAN INTERLOCK RELAY OUTPUT (FF)Dry contact closes on ventilation or defrost. Used to control external types of remote wall controls are available:1. Slide Switch Wall Control with fan switch and dehumidistat control (for 6LC, V6LC, 12LC and V12LC units)2. Pool Plus Wall Control with fan mode selection, dehumidistat control and high speed recirculation mode (for 7000 unit).The remote wall controls work with the microprocessor electronic control within the unit to control ventilation sequences. Each wall control has different features and require 4-wire connection to the unit as shown below. Without the wall control, fans can be operated with a remote fan switch as shown in Appendix :When using a wall control, never use the the LOW, COMMON and HIGH : TERMINAL LABELWALL CONTROLCLASS 2 VOLTAGEBlackOCCUPIEDTIMER/SENSORFFLOWCOM MONHIGHRedGreenYellowNOTE: Connections are all dry contacts except wall control and 24VAC power supply. Use of 24VAC circuit requires isolating contacts (ex. thermostat) to preventinterconnection of Class 2 outputs. VE0002AE-2: WALL CONTROL CONNECTIONWallControlJUMPERWALL CONTROLCLASS 2 VOLTAGEBlackOCCUPIEDTIMER/SENSORFFLOWCOM MONHIGHRedGreenYellowNOTE: Connections are all dry contacts except wall control and 24VAC power supply. Use of 24VAC circuit requires isolating contacts (ex. thermostat) to preventinterconnection of Class 2 outputs. VE0006A19Appendix E (cont d)TERMINAL CONTROL DIAGRAMSOccupancy control is achieved by connection to the terminal interface shown below. These terminals require a dry contact which could be provided by a number of types of controls such as a timer, light sensor, occupancy sensor, building management system, or other. The unit will not operate unless these contacts are closed!! The illustration below shows a factory installed jumper and programmable timer option (supplied by others).Remote fan control can be achieved by connecting dry contact controls to the terminal interface at terminals labeled: LOW - COM - HIGH. These controls could be the following: SPDT switch, dehumidistat, CO2 sensor, light sensor, timer, building management system, etc., supplied by illustration below represents a switch connected to the : OCCUPIED TIMER/SENSOR CONNECTION (NOT SOLD BY VENMAR OR V NEE)JUMPER(factory installed)OCC. CONTROL(field installed)NSB Timer1M2345JUMPERCLASS 2 VOLTAGENOTE: Connections are all dry contacts except wall control and 24VAC power supply. Use of 24VAC circuit requires isolating contacts (ex. thermostat) to prevent interconnection of Class 2 outputs. WALL CONTROLCLASS 2 VOLTAGEBlackOCCUPIEDTIMER/SENSOR24 (-) VACFFLOWCOMMONHIGHRedGreenYellowVE0314AN OTE: Connections are all dry contacts except wall control and 24VAC power supply. Use of 24VAC circuit requires isolating contacts (ex. thermostat) to prevent interconnection of Class 2 outputs. 24 (+) VACWALL CONTROLBlackOCCUPIEDTIMER/SENSORFFLOWCOM MONHIGHRedGreenYellowE-4: REMOTE FAN CONTROLJUMPERREMOTELOWHIGHFANSWITCHWALL CONTROLCLASS 2 VOLTAGEBlackOCCUPIEDTIMER/SENSORFFLOWCOM MONHIGHRedGreenYellowNOTE: Connections are all dry contacts except wall control and 24VAC power supply. Use of 24VAC circuit requires isolating contacts (ex. thermostat) to preventinterconnection of Class 2 outputs. VE0005AAppendix FCONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY 6LC, V6LC, 12LC AND V12LCControl cover plateControl boxRemote control access plateRemote wiring terminal block Unit cabinetVE0001A206LC, V6LC and 7000 UNITSOutdoor Air -40 F (-40 C)Outdoor Air -22 F (-30 C)Outdoor Air -4 F (-20 C)Outdoor Air 14 F (-10 C)Outdoor Air 32 F (0 C)Desired Air TemperatureDesired Air TemperatureDesired Air TemperatureDesired Air TemperatureDesired Air TemperatureSupply Air(CFM)Supply Air(L/s)55 F (13 C)68 F (20 C)73 F (23 C)55 F (13 C68 F (20 C)73 F (23 C)55 F (13 C)68 F (20 C)73 F (23 C)55 F (13 C)68 F (20 C)73 F (23 C)55 F (13 C)68 F (20 C)73 F (23 C) and V12LC UNITSOutdoor Air -40 F (-40 C)Outdoor Air -22 F (-30 C)Outdoor Air -4 F (-20 C)Outdoor Air 14 F (-10 C)Outdoor Air 32 F (0 C)Desired Air TemperatureDesired Air TemperatureDesired Air TemperatureDesired Air TemperatureDesired Air TemperatureSupply Air(CFM)Supply Air(L/s)55 F (13 C)68 F (20 C)73 F (23 C)55 F (13 C68 F (20 C)73 F (23 C)55 F (13 C)68 F (20 C)73 F (23 C)55 F (13 C)68 F (20 C)73 F (23 C)55 F (13 C)68 F (20 C)73 F (23 C) the 6LC, V6LC, 7000, 12LC and V12LC models have good efficiencies, the supply air could be colder than the ambient room air. It is possible to eliminate the discomfort associated with this temperature difference by installing an electric duct heater. This will temper the air before it is distributed throughout the tables below gives the heating requirements at different temperatures and :The data does not reflect a reduction in effectiveness due to frosting. Based on the standard air at: Kg/m3 and Cp = KJ/Kg C lb/ft3 and Cp = .24 Btu/lbm FAppendix GMAKE-UP HEAT REQUIREMENTS6LC, V6LC AND 700012LC AND V12LC21Appendix HWIRING DIAGRAMSGNOTE A: THE MEDIUM SPEED WIRES MAY OPTIONNALLY REPLACE THE LOW SPEED (RED) WIRES RUNNING FROM RELAY LOW B: NOT AVAILABLE FOR HM 21 1WBKto 1002, 1021NEUTto 1020, 2016120 VACNOTE ABL2 22 23 33 31 11 14 44 4RW/RBK/YPJ1007PJ1007AHIGHCOMLOWMEDGNDGN MOT1008EXHAUSTBLOWERHIGHSPEEDLOWSPEED8 68 6CR1026from 1022EXHAUST NOTE BCR1024NOTE ABL2 22 23 33 3R1 11 14 44 4BK/YPJ1001APJ1001BWto 2017INTAKELOW SPEED4 2CR1024from 1013NEUTDEFROSTCOM NCCR1029HIGH SPEED4 2CR1026CAP10015 FHIGHCOMLOWMEDGNDGNMOT1002SUPPLYBLOWERfr om 2008INTERLOCKfrom 2007REMOTE FANBLBLYRGNBKfrom 200312 VDCfrom 2003TRANSMITfrom 2005RECEIVEfrom 2007LOGIC GNDSN1030DEFROSTTHERMISTOR10K OHMSBKBK1212N/ON/CCOMJ4J2123456789BGRYOL OCIBK/RW/BLOW/YRW/RWBKfrom 1012120 VACCONTROLBOARDUCB1021FFfrom 1013NEUTto 1008, 2014EXHAUST NOTE BCR10240 1CR10260 1CR1029to 2013CORE DAMPERNOTE BLOW SPEEDNO 1003, 1009NCHIGH SPEEDNO 1001, 1007NCDEFROSTNONC 1002BKBK/RBK/YBLBNGNORWW/BLW/RW/YYBLACKB LACK/REDBLACK/YELLOWBLUEBROWNGREENORANGE REDWHITEWHITE/BLUEWHITE/REDWHITE/YELLOWY ELLOWCOLOR CODEFIELD WIRING (USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY)UNIT ASSEMBLY (NOT ON CONTROL PANEL)BK20002001200220032004200520062007 2008200920102011201220132014201520162017 2018TB2002TB2002ABKBKBKWRW/RGNGNGNBK/RBL BLYPJ2003PJ2003PJ2003PJ2003PJ2003PJ2003R 2004PJ2013PJ2013APJ2016PJ2016A1 11 11 11 12 22 22 22 21 13 32 24 46 65 KACT2016INTAKEACTUATOR21ACT2013COREACTUA TOR21from 1002INTAKEfrom 1012120 VACfrom 1022EXHAUST NOTE Bfrom 1030CORE DAMPER NOTE Bto 1021INTERLOCKto 1022REMOTE FANto 1028RECEIVEto 1029LOGIC GNDto 1027TRANSMITto 102612 FANINTERLOCGREENYELLOWLOWCOMHIGHTA G SPDT 120 VAC 1 HP 30 A @ 120 VACRELAY DPST 120 VAC 1 HP 30 A @ 120 VACPC BOARD CONTROL BOX BOMJUMPER SETTINGSFOR CONTROL BOARDJU1JU1JU1JU1JU1JU1JU1ABCDEFGOFFOFFO FFONONONON VE0338AJ3J16LC, V6LC,12LC & V12LC - Exhaust Defrost - Normal Low SpeedBKBKBNBNCAP10075 FBKBKBNBNBLBLBK/YWWRRBLBLBKBKBKBKBK/ H (cont d)WIRING DIAGRAMSfrom 2008INTERLOCKfrom 2007REMOTE FANBLBLYRGNBKfrom 200312 VDCfrom 2003TRANSMITfrom 2005RECEIVEfrom 2007LOGIC GND12N/ON/CCOMJ4J2123456789BGRYOLOCIBK/R W/BLOW/YRW/RWBKfrom 1012120 VACCONTROLBOARDUCB1021FFfrom 1013NEUTto 1008EXHAUSTCR10240 1CR10260 1CR1029to 2022DEFROST SIGNALLOW SPEEDNO 1003, 1009NCHIGH SPEEDNO 1001, 1007NCDEFROSTNONC 1008J3J1to 2032LOW LOCKOUT4 4PJ1027to 2025ADDER COMMON3 3PJ1027PJ10242 2PJ10241 1Rfrom 2031LOW LOCKOUTGNOTE A: THE MEDIUM SPEED WIRES MAY OPTIONNALLY REPLACE THE LOW SPEED (RED) WIRES RUNNING FROM RELAY LOW 21 1WBKto 1002, 1021NEUTto 1020120 VACNOTE ABL2 22 23 33 31 11 14 44 4RW/RBK/YPJ1007PJ1007AHIGHCOMLOWMEDGNDMO T1008EXHAUSTBLOWERHIGH SPEEDLOWSPEED8 68 6CR1026from 1022EXHAUSTCR1024NOTE ABL2 22 23 33 3R1 11 14 44 4BK/YPJ1001APJ1001BWLOW SPEED4 2CR1024from 1013NEUTHIGH SPEED4 2CR1026HIGHCOMLOWMEDGNDGNMOT1002SUPPLYBL OWERBKto 2029SUPPLY ONPJ1027CR1029COM NCDEFROST5 5PJ1027BKto 2026ADDER 120 VAC2000200120022003200420052006200720082 0092010201120122013TB2002TB2002ABKBKRGNG NGNBLBLYPJ2003PJ2003PJ2003PJ2003PJ2003PJ 2003R20041 13 32 24 46 65 Kto 1021INTERLOCKto 1022REMOTE FANto 1028RECEIVEto 1029LOGIC GNDto 1027TRANSMITto 102612 FANINTERLOCGREENYELLOWLOWCOMHIGH20202021 2022202320242025202620272028202920302031 20322033from 1030DEFROST SIGNALPJ20263 31 14 45 52 21 12 2from 1027ADDER COMMONfrom 1011ADDER 120 VACfrom 1000SUPPLY ONfrom 1024LOW LOCKOUTto 1023LOW LOCKOUTPJ2031BK/RW/ VACONTROLSTRANSFORMERH1H2X2X1COM NCDEFROST 2COM NODEFROST 2CR20287 85 36 2213GRCUNOCCUPIEDHIGHNO 2028NC 2031NOTE: REVERSE DOOR ACCESS, SWAP WIRES ON TERMINALS 2 AND 2NO 2033NC 2032RECIRC DAMPER BOXFIELD WIRING (USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY)UNIT ASSEMBLY (NOT ON CONTROL PANEL)BKBK/RBK/YBLBNGNGN/YORWW/BLW/RW/YY BLACKBLACK/REDBLACK/YELLOWBLUEBROWNGREEN GREEN/YELLOWORANGEREDWHITEWHITE/BLUEWHIT E/REDWHITE/YELLOWYELLOWCOLOR CODEVE0340A2 26LC, V6LC, 12LC & V12LC - Recirculation Defrost - Normal Low FBKBKBNBNCAP10075 FBKBKBNBNSN1030DEFROSTTHERMISTOR10K OHMSBKBK12BLBLBK/RW/BL6 6WRRW/BLBKBKBK/YBKW/RWBKBKRRBLBLRRRW/YBK BKBK/RW/BLBK/YBKW/BLW/BL23JUMPER SETTINGSFOR CONTROL BOARDJU1JU1JU1JU1JU1JU1JU1ABCDEFGOFFOFFO FFONONONON TA G SPDT 120 VAC 1 HP 30 A @ 120 VACRELAY DPST 120 VAC 1 HP 30 A @ 120 VACRELAY DPDT 24 VAC 1/2 HP 15 A @ 120 VACFUSE A AND FUSE HOLDER MINIPC BOARDTRANSFORMER CONTROL BOX BOMUNIT CONTROL BOXADDER CONTROL BOX0341A6LC, V6LC, 12LC & V12LC - Recirculation Defrost - Normal Low Speed (cont d)Appendix H (cont d)WIRING DIAGRAMSNOTE: Written numbers on CR2028 relay may differ from the ones shown, but the relay orientation must be the same as H (cont d)WIRING DIAGRAMS7000 - Recirculation Defrost 1000100110021003100410051006100710081009 1010101110121020102110221023102410251026 102710281029103010311032SPLITTER BLOCKTB10012 23 3R1 1BK/YPJ1001GNMOT1008EXHAUSTBLOWERHIGHCOM LOWGNDW/YUSE COPPERCONDUCTORSONLYL1L1LINE SIDELOAD SIDENGDNGD4 42 23 31 14 4from 1024LOW SPEEDfrom 1025SUPPLY LOWfrom 1026HIGH SPEEDfrom 1024LOW SPEEDfrom 1021EXHAUST COMfrom 1026HIGH SPEEDPJ1007ARW/BLBK/YGN/YDEFROST 19 1CR1029DEFROST 112 4CR1029from 2008INTERLOCKfrom 2007REMOTE FANBLBLYRGNBKfrom 200312 VDCfrom 2003TRANSMITfrom 2005RECEIVEfrom 2007LOGIC GND12N/ON/CCOMJ4J2123456789BGRYOLOCIBK/R W/YRWW/BLBKfrom 1001120 VACCONTROLBOARDUCB1021FFfrom 1002NEUTto 1008EXHAUST COMCR1029DEFROST 1NONC 1008, 1009J3J1to 1001, 1007LOW SPEEDto 1002SUPPLY COMBK/Yto 1003, 1009HIGH SPEEDW/R13 14CR1030DEFROST 2NO 2023NC Kto 1021INTERLOCKto 1022REMOTE FANto 1028RECEIVEto 1029LOGIC GNDto 1027TRANSMITto 102612 FANINTERLOCGREENYELLOWLOWCOMHIGHGNBKPJ20 23A2 2ACT2023SUPPLY DAMPER21from 1002NEUTfrom 1001120 VAC33 31 VATRANSFORMERCONTROLSH1H2X2X1BLOBK/RW/RC R10309 5DEFROST 2CR10309 1DEFROST 2VE0344AFIELD WIRINGUNIT ASSEMBLY (NOT ON CONTROL PANEL)BKBK/RBK/YBLBN/WGNGN/YORWW/BLW/RW/ YYBLACKBLACK/REDBLACK/YELLOWBLUEBROWN/WH ITEGREENGREEN/YELLOWORANGEREDWHITEWHITE/ BLUEWHITE/REDWHITE/YELLOWYELLOWCOLOR CODECAP10015 FLOWCOMHIGHGNDMOT1002SUPPLYBLOWERBKBKBN/ WBNCAP10075 FBKBKBN/WBNRWBKGN/YRW/BLBK/YGN2 23 31 14 4W/BLRBK/YGNGN13 14SN1030DEFROSTTHERMISTOR10K OHMSBKBK12BLBLBKBKWBKBK/RW/ROBLBLPJ1007G NWBKto 1022, 2024NEUTto 1020, 2023120 VAC25Appendix H (cont d)WIRING DIAGRAMS7000 - Recirculation Defrost (cont d) JUMPER SETTINGSFOR CONTROL BOARDJU1JU1JU1JU1JU1JU1JU1ABCDEFGONOFFOF FONONONON TA G DPDT 120 VAC 1/2 HP15 A @ 120 VACFUSE A AND FUSE HOLDERFLUSH MOUNTPC BOARDTRANSFORMERRESISTOR 10K OHMSSPLITTER BLOCK CONTROL BOX BOMVE0345A1591348121415913481214NOTE: Written numbers on CR1029 and CR1030 relays may differ from the ones shown, but the orientation of the relays must be the same as ITROUBLESHOOTINGSYMPTOMSPOSSIBLE CAUSESSOLUTIONSInside air is too dryOver ventilation - speed setting too highDehumidistat setting is too lowAdjust speed settingSet dehumidistat control in a higher position (if applicable)Persistent condensation on windows, walls, ceilings, adjustment of dehumidistat controlImproper ventilation rateWindow frame is too cold or leakyAdjust dehumidistat control knob to a lower settingInstall a dehumidistat (option)Repair window frameUnit stops functioningElectrical supply interruptedCheck the unit circuit breakerAir from supply diffusers too coldImbalance of supply and exhaust airOutdoor temperature very coldCheck filters and cores for blockageCheck balance of airflowsInstall electric duct heater if necessaryUnit makes annoying noiseBlower wheel out of alignmentRemove the motor/blower assembly and adjust blower wheelCore freezing upImbalance of supply and exhaust airDefrost damper not functioningCheck filters and cores for blockageCheck balance of airflowsCheck for operation of both defrost damper actuatorsFor technical assistance and warranty information,please call your local Light Commercial ventilation unit is a high quality product, built and packaged with care. The manufacturer warrants to the original purchaser of its products, that such products will be free from defects for the period stated below, from date of original purchase. For 6LC, 7000 and 12LC units, the warranty covers parts only against any operational defect. This is a 2-year warranty. Subject to perform the core maintenance according to the installation guide recommendations, the heat recovery core (HRV) has a 15-year warranty. If any defect should occur, we urge you to read the user guide carefully. If the problem persists, observe the following rules:RULES TO FOLLOWIf the unit is defective, contact your ventilation contractor (see address on your installation manual back or cover page). The contractor will determine with you the reason for the defect, and if needed, do the replacement or repair. 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