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NOTES:

1. This feature is standard in the 23XRV controls, but requires


a controller with a non-grounded 4 to 20 mA or 1 to 5 vdc
output signal, not by Carrier.
2. This feature is standard in the 23XRV controls, but requires
an external controller with a non-grounded 4 to 20mA
output signal, not by Carrier.
3. This feature is standard in the 23XRV controls, but requires
a sensor package option, by Carrier. (Item #3 see option
listing.)
4. Pins shown for reference only. Actual pin layout not shown.
5. This feature is standard in the 23XRV controls. Controllers
monitoring this signal must have a non-grounded input with
a maximum impedance of 500 ohms.

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Fig. 53 — 23XRV Controls Schematic
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Fig. 53 — 23XRV Controls Schematic (cont)

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Fig. 53 — 23XRV Controls Schematic (cont)

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CLASS 'CC' CN1B
AC INPUT 15A
L1 L2 L3 FIELD WIRING 102A 101A

a23-1633
1 SH 1
T1 FU11B
150B
CONTROL POWER 2 SH2
CB2 CLASS 'CC'
TRANSFORMER
CONTROL BREAKER 102B 15A 101B
(2 POLE, 15A) (3.0kVA, 120V, 25A)
X1 FU11A
104 L1 T1 103 H1 102C 5A 190 CN1A
GND
FU10
106 L2 T2 105 H* 1 LL1
X2 150A
2 LL2
*T1 INPUT (50/60Hz)
H1-H4: 380-415VAC PE
H1-H5: 440-480VAC 101D
A22 TB1
STANDARD I/O AI V1- 1
150D 101C
AI V1+ 2
CB1 2 151 150C AI V2- 3
MAIN ST AI V2+ 4
CIRCUIT BREAKER Vref COM 5
1 152
AO V1- 6
R S T AO V1+ 7 CN2
171
108 107 AO I1- 8
P1-11 P1-10 AO I1+ 9
172 OIL INT/LOCK
FU1 10
110 109 OIL INT/LOCK
IND1 DO NC1 11
FU2 DO COM1 12
112 111 0.5A F1
INPUT INDUCTOR P1 DO NO1 13
FILTER CAP ASSY FU3 DO NC2 14
179
1A/600V P1-1 P2-1 /AB>BC 1 DO COM2 15
1 2 3 180 TB1
CLASS 'CC' P1-3 DO NO2 16
100k , 50W P2-2 /BC>CA 2 15 HIGH PRESS SW
AI I1- 17
P1-5 P2-3 /CA>AB 3 AI I1+ 18 A33 16 HIGH PRESS SW
150A 1 125
600V AI I2- 19 17 4-20mA PRESS REF-
113 P2-4 I/O_ DGND 4 GATE-KILL
114 M2 126 SIGNAL AI I2+ 20
+5V_I/O 18 4-20mA PRESS REF+
P2-5 5 -10V 21 TB1
46uF ea 2 150F CONDITIONING 19 SPARE SAFETY
FU6 P2-6 -12VDC_I/O 6 +10V 22 169
AND ISOLATION 1 20 SPARE SAFETY
23
115 6 1 123 MECHANICAL P2-7 I/O_AGND 7 +24V 24 170
2 21 ICE BUILD
116 ( JUMPER ) LOGIC COM 25
5 M3 124 P2-8 +12VDC_I/O 8 174 22 ICE BUILD
24V COM 26
4 P2-9 I/O_AGND 9 173 23 REMOTE START
FU5 2 DI1 27
1 75 24 REMOTE START
142 P2-10 RECT_AC_LINE 10 DI2 28
117 1 1 77
118 DI3 29
2 DI4 30
120V_N P1-13 DI5 31
FU4 3 P1-9 DI6 32
2 1 P1-12
2V 145
120A 119A 4 CN3
1uF 1 TERM
TS1 WHT
4x 140J TB 3 P1-7 P2-13 OVER_TEMP_1 11 2 A 154 1 NEG
7 8 9

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P1-8 P2-14 OVER_TEMP_2 12 3 B 156 BLK
137A,B A32 2 COM
4 COM 155
136 183 TB1 RS485 RED
AO I1- 1 5 SHIELD 3 POS
127 PILOT P2-17 +24V_COIL 13 AO I1+ 2 6 GND
184 EXV C2- 3
130A 133
RELAY EXV C2+ 4
P2-18 COIL_RETURN 14
DO NC1 5
20A 20A 20A 120V P1-14 DO COM1 6
FU7 FU8 FU9 DO NO1 7
600V 600V 600V SWITCHED
DO NC2 8
128 131 DO COM2 9
134 A2 LINE SYNC PCB DO NO2 10 TB2
DO NC3 11
159
PRECHARGE 1 EVAP PUMP
DO COM3 12 160
R4 RESISTORS R5 R6 2 EVAP PUMP
DO NO3 13 161
10 , 600W VOLTMETER AMMETER D O NC4 14 3 COND PUMP
L2 162
L1 L3 DO COM4 15 4 COND PUMP
129 132 135 163
DO NO4 16 5 TOWER FAN LOW
138 139 140 VM1 AM1 185 164
AO V1- 17
13 14 13 14 13 14 141 6 TOWER FAN LOW
AO V1+ 18 165
B2 B1 A2 A1 186 EXT NTC 19 A34 7 TOWER FAN HIGH
+ + 166
EXT COM 20 8 TOWER FAN HIGH
L1 T1 L1 T1 L1 T1 SW1 NTC 167
21 9 TRIP ALARM
LOGIC COM 22 168
10 TRIP ALARM
LOGIC IN 1 23
L2 T2 L2 T2 L2 T2
LOGIC IN 2 24
187 LOGIC IN 3 25
L3 L3 L3
(OPTIONAL) LOGIC IN 4 26
T3 T3 T3 NOTE: MOTOR OVERLOAD IS
K1A K1B K1C METERS W/SWITCH 188 DO NC5 27
1 121 DO COM5 28
A1 A2 PRECHARGE A1 A2 A1 A2 DO NO5 29
FACTORY PRE-SET.
CONTACTORS M4 12 2 DO NC6 30
T3
L3 W DO NOT ADJUST.
2 DO COM6 31
DO NO6 32 M1
15 3 154 155 156 157 158 T2
L2 A12 V
MOTOR
AC LINE I/O T1
U GND
L1
EXTERNAL- REF. ONLY
A1 VFD POWER MODULE

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Fig. 54 — 23XRV VFD Schematic


fig55-notes-chart
Fig. 55 — Typical Field Wiring Schematic

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Fig. 55 — Typical Field Wiring Schematic (cont)

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Fig. 55 — Typical Field Wiring Schematic (cont)

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NOTES FOR FIG. 55
GENERAL 3.1 Ice build start/terminate device contacts, remote start/stop
1.0 Variable frequency drive (VFD) shall be designed and device contacts and spare safety device contacts, (devices
manufactured in accordance with Carrier engineering not supplied by Carrier), must have 24 VAC rating. Max cur-
requirements. rent is 60 mA, nominal current is 10 mA. Switches with gold
plated bifurcated contacts are recommended.
1.1 All field-supplied conductors, devices and the field-
installation wiring, termination of conductors and devices, 3.2 Remove jumper wire between TB1-19 and TB1-20 before
must be in compliance with all applicable codes and job connecting auxiliary safeties between these terminals.
specifications. 3.3 Each integrated contact output can control loads (VA) for
1.2 The routing of field-installed conduit and conductors and the evaporator pump, condenser pump, tower fan low, tower fan
location of field-installed devices, must not interfere with high, and alarm annunciator devices rated 5 amps at
equipment access or the reading, adjusting or servicing of 115 VAC and up to 3 amps at 277 VAC.
any component.
1.3 Equipment installation and all starting and control devices, WARNING
must comply with details in equipment submittal drawings
and literature. Control wiring required for Carrier to start pumps and tower fan
1.4 Contacts and switches are shown in the position they would motors and establish flows must be provided to assure machine
assume with the circuit de-energized and the chiller shut protection. If primary pump, tower fan and flow control is by
down. other means, also provide a parallel means for control by
Carrier. Failure to do so could result in machine freeze-up or
1.5
overpressure.

WARNING
Do not use control transformers in the control center as the
Do not use aluminum conductors. Contractor/installer assumes power source for external or field-supplied contactor coils,
all liability resulting from the use of aluminum conductors within actuator motors or any other loads.
the VFD enclosure. 3.4 Do not route control wiring carrying 30 V or less within a
conduit or tray which has wires carrying 50 V or higher or
along side wires carrying 50 V or higher.
POWER WIRING TO VFD
3.5 Spare 4-20 mA output signal is designed for controllers with
2.0 Provide a means of disconnecting branch feeder power to a non-grounded 4-20 mA input signal and a maximum input
VFD. Provide short circuit protection and interrupt capacity impedance of 500 ohms.
for branch feeder in compliance with all applicable codes.
3.6 Flow devices to confirm evaporator or condenser pump flow
2.1 If metal conduit is used for the power wires, the last 4 feet or are not required. However; if flow devices are used, wire as
greater should be flexible to avoid transmitting unit vibration shown on drawing 23XRC1-1 (J3 lower). Remove jumper
into the power lines and to aid in serviceability. installed at these terminals and wire in a 4.3 K resistor in its
2.2 Line side power conductor rating must meet VFD nameplate place.
voltage and chiller minimum circuit ampacity.
2.3 Lug adapters may be required if installation conditions CCM
dictate that conductors be sized beyond the minimum J3 (LOWER)
ampacity required. Circuit breaker lugs will accommodate
the quantity (#) and size cables (per phase) as shown in
Table 29.
2.4 Compressor motor and controls must be grounded by using
equipment grounding lug provided inside unit mounted VFD
enclosure. a23-1587
CONTROL WIRING
3.0 Field-supplied control conductors to be at least 18 AWG or The flow device and resistor must be installed in parallel at
larger. these terminals such that the resistor provides a signal when
the flow device is open.
Table 29 — Lug Capacity
VFD STANDARD 65K AIC LUG CAPACITY OPTIONAL 100K AIC LUG CAPACITY
MAX. INPUT (PER PHASE) (PER PHASE)
AMPS. No. Conductors Conductor Range No. Conductors Conductor Range
225A 3 3/0 — 500MCM 2 3/0 — 250MCM
338A 3 3/0 — 500MCM 2 400 — 500MCM
440A 3 3/0 — 500MCM 2 400 — 500MCM
520A 3 3/0 — 500MCM 3 3/0 — 400MCM
608A 3 3/0 — 500MCM 3 3/0 — 400MCM
NOTE: If larger lugs are required, they can be purchased from the
manufacturer of the circuit breaker (Cutler-Hammer or Square D).

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