***OBSOLETE - REPLACED WITH COMP108KCTFD*** 9 Ton 460 Volt Copelaweld Hermetic Commercial Compressor

***OBSOLETE - REPLACED WITH COMP108KCTFD*** 9 Ton 460 Volt Copelaweld Hermetic Commercial Compressor
Code: COMP20900TFD
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Suitable for air conditioning, R22 applications charged with mineral oil.

• RL (R suffix) connection requires valves or adapters, not provided
• Mount: 8.7" x 8.7"
• Capacity rated: 45°F evaporator; 130°F condensing

* Copland Replacement Compressor

Sweat Connection
Compressor Specification:

Evaporator (F) Cond (F):45/130
RG (F) Liq (F): 65/115
Capacity BtuH:87500 to 114000
Power Watts:8400
Current Amps:16.5
EER BtuH/Wh:<10.4br> Mass Flow Lbs/Hr:1280
Number of Cylinders:4
Bore Size (in):2.188
Stroke (in):0.8
Overall Length:14.25"
Overall Width:13.25
Overall Height: 18.44
Suction Size:1-1/8"
Discharge Size:3/4"
Initial Oil Charge (oz):128
Oil Recharge (oz):124
RLA: 19.3
LRA Amps:96.5
MCC Amps:27.0
Max Operating Current:
UL File No:SA-2337
CSA File No:LR3104C

Replaces Compressor Part Numbers:

P021-11071 P021-9971 P031-9971 302523-302 302523-352 50EC662600 685347-32 912610 015-02025-700 015-02025-000 39H3701 39H37 8000-5509 015-01460-011 014-01460-005 802003276 GB30UK010 802003276 100152 1148990 015-01460-005 015-02025-700 015-02025-000 015-01460-011 015-02025-000 521148 1148990 100156 100152 100266 2003276 P021-9971 302523-352 50EC662600 55-40509-05 55-40509-13P 8000-5560 55-40509-13 D-29656-2 55-40509-13 55-40509-13S 1150049 60440039 1222-746 1222746 55-40509-13S 55-40509-13 COM03185 COM3185 COM02087 COM2087 4D631 D75-25 68524732 CARB93761 912610 100-104 BRG20900TFD BRG20900TFDS BRG-20900-TFD BRG20900-TFD-903 BRG20900TFD903 BRG2-0900-TFD-903 BRG4-0900-TFD CARBRG20900TFD

Used in Equipment Models:

Used in Carrier BDP Air Conditioning Models:

50VQN240FMC6 0014 A 50VQN240FMN6 0014 A 50VQA120FMC6 0014 50VQA120FMN6 0014 50VQA240FMC6 0014 50VQA240FMN6 0014 50CD008900 0015 50CD008910 0015 50VQK120FMC6 0014 A 50VQK120FMN6 0014 A 50VQK240FMC6 0014 A 50VQK240FMN6 0014 A 50CH008900 0015 50CH008910 0015 50VQD120FMC6 0014 50VQD120FMN6 0014 50VQD240FMC6 0014 50VQD240FMN6 0014 50LW024600 0071 558CEX240000AA 0077 569AEX090000AAAA 0019 580CEZ240255AA 0082 580CEZ240500AA 0082 50LJ024600 0071 48LJD024600 48LJE024600

* IMPORTANT!!! - PLEASE NOTE: IDENTIFYING COMPRESSOR FAILURES

Most compressors fail due to system malfunctions, which must be corrected to prevent repeat failures. After a compressor fails, field examination of the failed compressor often will reveal symptoms of system problems. Proper corrections will help eliminate future failures.

* SINGLE PHASE BURN

Two phases of a three-phase motor overheated or burned as a result of the contactor opening only one of its contacts.

Correction:

(1) Replace contactors with properly sized contactors.
(2) Check for proper motor protection.

* HALF WINDING SINGLE PHASE BURN

In a two contactor application, two phases of one half of a three phase motor overheated or burned as a result of one contactor opening only one contact.

Correction:

(1) Replace contactors with properly sized contactors.

* HALF WINDING BURN

Half of all phases on a two contactor three phase motor are overheated or burned due to only one contactor opening.

Correction:

(1) Replace contactors with properly sized contactors.
(2) Check for feed back circuit holding one contactor closed.

* PRIMARY SINGLE PHASE BURN

Only one phase of a three phase motor is overheated or burned as the result of opening one phase on the primary side a delta to wye transformer.

Correction:

(1) Check primary side of a delta to wye main power transformer.

* START WINDING BURN

The start winding only of a single-phase motor is uniformly overheated or burned.

Correction:

(1) Check for proper wiring of compressor.
(2) Check starting capacitor and/or starting relay.
(3) Correct compressor overloading.

* SPOT BURN

A localized burn within a winding, between windings, or from windings to ground. If not the result of mechanical problems, check for spikes or surges of high current flow.

* SHORTED TERMINALS

A break down of the insulation between terminals and compressor body generally the result of over torquing terminals.