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Air-Cooled Series R® Helical-rotary Chiller

Model RTAD 85-100-115-125-145-150165-180 250 to 650 kW (50 Hz) Built For the Industrial and Commercial Markets

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The Trane Model RTAD Air Cooled Helical Rotary Screw Chiller: the search for Reliability, and Lower Sound Levels for today's environment. The Model RTAD chiller utilizes the proven design of the Trane helical rotary screw compressor; which embraces all of the design features that have made the Trane helical rotary screw compressor liquid chillers such a success since 1987. The RTAD offers high reliability coupled with a competitive physical footprint and acoustical performance due to its advanced design, low speed/direct drive compressor and proven Series R performance. The advantages of the Model RTAD are: · Low sound levels. · Designed specifically for operation with environment safe HFC-134a. · A wide capacity range · High Ambient units for operation up to 46°C with 915 rpm fans The Series R Model RTAD helical rotary screw chiller is an industrial grade design built for the commercial market. It is ideal for schools, hospitals, retailers, and office buildings.

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Introduction Features and Benefits Application Considerations Selection Procedure General Data Performance Data Controls Job Site Data Electrical Data Dimensional Data Mechanical Specifications

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The Series R Helical Rotary Screw Compressor

· Unequaled Reliability. The next generation Trane helical rotary screw compressor is designed, built and tested to the same demanding and rugged standards as the Trane scroll compressors, the centrifugal compressors, and the previous generation helical rotary screw compressors used in both air and water cooled chillers for more than 13 years. · Years of research and testing. The Trane helical rotary screw compressor has amassed thousands of hours of testing, much of it at severe operating conditions beyond normal commercial air conditioning applications. · Proven track record. The Trane Company is the world's largest manufacturer of large helical rotary compressors used for refrigeration. Over 90,000 compressors worldwide have proven that the Trane helical rotary screw compressor has a reliability rate of greater than 99.5 percent in the first year of operation - unequalled in the industry. · Resistance to liquid slugging. The robust design of the Series R ·

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compressor can ingest amounts of liquid refrigerant that would severely damage reciprocating compressor valves, piston rods and cylinders. Fewer moving parts. The helical rotary screw compressor has only two rotating parts: the male rotor and the female rotor. Unlike reciprocating compressors, the Trane helical rotary screw compressor has no pistons, connecting rods, suction and discharge valves or mechanical oil pump. In fact, a typical reciprocating compressor has 15 times as many critical parts as the Series R compressor. Fewer moving parts lead to increased reliability and longer life. Direct-drive, low speed, semihermetic compressor for high efficiency and high reliability. Field serviceable compressor for easy maintenance. Suction gas-cooled motor. The motor operates at lower temperatures for longer motor life. Five minute start-to-start/two minute stop-to-start anti-recycle timer allows for closer water loop temperature control.

Improved Operating Capabilities

Larger Capacity Range The Series R Model RTAD include seven sizes available in standard or high efficiency versions covering a total capacity range from 250 to 480kW where the previous largest RTAB 212 had a capacity of 360kW. The efficient RTAC air-cooled helicalrotary chillers are available for larger capacity up to 1500kW. High Ambient Operation Capability The High Ambient Series R Model RTAD have been designed for operation at 46°C at full load, some units can also operate at 49°C at full load using 915 rpm ZephyrWing fans. The former RTAB were using 1410 rpm fans were generating higher sound levels requiring on site additional and costly sound treatments, the RTAD will then be the ideal solution for applications having sound restrictions. Improved Acoustical Performance The sound levels of the Series R Model RTAB have been steadily improved since its introduction with the different options to reduce the sound level. With the advent of the Model RTAD, sound levels are reduced significantly with the new compressor specifically designed to minimize sound generation. Superior Efficiency levels - the bar has been raised The High Efficiency Trane Model RTAD has COP levels better than the previous RTAB and also better COP levels than conventional reciprocating chillers operating with blends of refrigerant. The modern technology of the RTAD with the efficient direct-drive compressor, the electronic expansion valve and the UCM-CLD Microprocessor Adaptive Control® has permitted Trane to achieve these efficiency levels. · Precise Rotor Tip Clearances. Higher energy efficiency in a helical rotary screw compressor is obtained by reducing the rotor tip clearances.

Figure 1 - Cutaway of a compressor

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This next generation compressor is no exception. With today's advanced manufacturing technology, clearances can be controlled to even tighter tolerances. This reduces the leakage between high and low pressure cavities during compression, allowing for more efficient compressor operation. · Capacity Control and Load Matching. The combination patented unloading system on Trane helical rotary screw compressor utilizes the variable unloading valve for the majority of the unloading function. This allows the compressor to modulate infinitely to exactly match building load and to maintain chilled water supply temperatures within ± 0.3°C of setpoint. Reciprocating and screw chillers that rely on stepped capacity control must run at a capacity equal to or greater than the load and typically can only maintain water temperature to around ± 1°C. Much of this excess capacity is lost because overcooling goes toward building latent heat removal, causing the building to be dried beyond normal comfort requirements. When the load becomes very low, the compressor also uses a step unloader valve which is a single unloading step to achieve the minimum unloading point of the compressor. The result of this design is optimized part-load performance far superior to single reciprocating compressors and step-only screw compressors. unit is factory preset to the customer's design conditions, an example would be leaving liquid temperature set point. The end result of this test program is that the chiller arrives at the job site fully tested and ready for operation. · Factory-Installed and -Tested Controls/Options Speed Installation. All Series R chiller options, including main power supply disconnect, low ambient control, ambient temperature sensor, low ambient lockout, communication interface and ice making controls are factory installed and tested. When cooling is required, ice chilled glycol is pumped from the ice storage tanks directly to the cooling coils. No expensive heat exchanger is required. The glycol loop is a sealed system, eliminating expensive annual chemical treatment costs. The air-cooled chiller is also available for comfort cooling duty at nominal cooling conditions and efficiencies. The modular concept of glycol ice storage systems and the proven simplicity of Trane TracerTM controls allow the successful blend of reliability and energy saving performance in any ice storage application. The ice storage system is operated in six different modes: each optimized for the utility cost of the hour. 1. Provide comfort cooling with chiller 2. Provide comfort cooling with ice 3. Provide comfort cooling with ice and chiller 4. Freeze ice storage 5. Freeze ice storage when comfort cooling is required 6. Off Tracer optimization software controls operation of the required equipment and accessories to easily transition from one mode of operation to another. For example: Even with ice storage systems there are numerous hours when ice is neither produced nor consumed, but saved. In this mode the chiller is the sole source of cooling. For example, to cool the building after all ice is produced but before high electrical demand charges take effect, Tracer sets the air-cooled chiller leaving fluid set point to its most efficient setting and starts the chiller, chiller pump, and load pump. When electrical demand is high, the ice pump is started and the chiller is either demand limited or shut down completely. Tracer controls have the intelligence to optimally balance the contribution of ice and chiller in meeting the cooling load. The capacity of the chiller plant is extended by operating the chiller and ice in tandem. Tracer rations the ice, augmenting chiller capacity while reducing cooling costs. When ice is produced, Tracer will lower the aircooled chiller leaving fluid set point

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Superior Control with the UCM-CLD Adaptive ControlTM Microprocessor Module

System Options - Ice Storage Trane air-cooled chillers are well suited for ice production. The unique ability to operate at decreased ambient temperature while producing ice lends to roughly the same work seen by the compressor. An aircooled machine typically switches to ice production at night. Two things happen under this assumption. First, the leaving brine temperature from the evaporator is lowered to around 5.5 to -5°C. Second, the ambient temperature has typically dropped about 8.3 to 11°C from the peak daytime ambient. This effectively places a lift on the compressors that is similar to daytime running conditions. The chiller can operate in lower ambient at night and successfully produce ice to supplement the next day's cooling demands. The Model RTAD produces ice by supplying ice storage tanks with a constant supply of glycol solution. Aircooled chillers selected for these lower leaving fluid temperatures are also selected for efficient production of chilled fluid at nominal comfort cooling conditions. The ability of Trane chillers to serve "double duty" in ice production and comfort cooling greatly reduces the capital cost of ice storage systems.

Simple Installation

· Factory Testing Means Trouble-Free Start-Up. All air-cooled Series R chillers are given a complete functional test at the factory. This computer-based test program completely checks the sensors, wiring, electrical components, microprocessor function, communication capability, expansion valve performance and fans. In addition, each compressor is run tested to verify capacity and efficiency. Where applicable, each

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and start the chiller, ice and chiller pumps, and other accessories. Any incidental loads that persists while producing ice can be addressed by starting the load pump and drawing spent cooling fluid from the ice storage tanks. For specific information on ice storage applications, contact your local Trane sales office.

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Options

High Efficiency/Performance Option This option provides oversized heat exchangers with two purposes. One, it allows the unit to be more energy efficient. Two, the unit will have enhanced operation in high ambient conditions. Low Temperature Brine The hardware and software on the unit are factory set to handle low temperature brine applications, typically below 5°C. Ice Making The unit controls are factory set to handle ice making for thermal storage applications. Communication interface module Provides the following possibilities: 1. Tracer/Summit Communication Interface Permits bi-directional communication to the Trane Integrated Comfort system. 2. Chilled Water Temperature Reset This option provides the control logic and field installed sensors to reset leaving chilled water temperature. The setpoint can be reset based off of either ambient temperature or return evaporator water temperature. 3. External Chilled Water Setpoint Allows the external setting independent of the front panel set point by mean of a 2-10VDC input or a 4-20mA input. 4. External Current Limit Setpoint Allows the external setting independent of the front panel set point by mean of a 2-10VDC input or a 4-20mA input. Coil Protection Rectangle punching type panels that protect the condenser coils on the two-third upper part only. The compressors and the evaporator are accessible. Service Valves Provides a service valve on the discharge line of each circuit to facilitate compressor servicing. High Ambient Option The high ambient option consists of special control logic to permit high ambient (46 °C) operation. Low Ambient Option The low ambient option consists of special control logic and fans to permit low ambient (down to -18 °C) operation. Power Disconnect Switch A disconnect switch plus compressor protection fuses with a through-thedoor handle is provided to disconnect main power. Night Noise Set Back At night, on a contact closure all the fans run at low speed bringing the overall sound level further down. Not available on high ambient units. Neoprene Isolators Isolators provide isolation between chiller and structure to help eliminate vibration transmission. Neoprene isolators are more effective and recommended over spring isolators. Low Noise Version The unit is equipped with low speed fans and compressors sound attenuating enclosure. All the sound emissive parts like refrigerant lines and panels subject to vibration are acoustically treated with sound absorbent material. Ground Fault Detection Sensing ground current for an improved chiller protection. Pressure Gauges A set of two pressure gauges per refrigerant circuit, one for low pressure and one for high pressure. Counter Flanges One set of mating flanges on which the customer will weld the pipe-work. (supplied with bolts and gaskets) Flow Switch For field installation on the chilled water outlet connection. Under/Over-voltage protection Controls the variation of the power supply voltage. If the value exceeds the minimum or maximum voltage, the unit is shut down. IP20 protection Provides a protection against direct contacts inside the control panel. The current -carrying parts are shrouded in order to prevent accidental contact.

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Application Considerations

Certain application constraints should be considered when sizing, selecting and installing Trane aircooled Series R chillers. Unit and system reliability is often dependent upon properly and completely complying with these considerations. When the application varies from the guidelines presented, it should be reviewed with your local Trane sales engineer. Unit Sizing Unit capacities are listed in the performance data section. Intentionally over-sizing a unit to assure adequate capacity is not recommended. Erratic system operation and excessive compressor cycling are often a direct result of an over-sized chiller. In addition, an oversized unit is usually more expensive to purchase, install, and operate. If over-sizing is desired, consider using two units. Water Treatment Dirt, scale, products of corrosion and other foreign material will adversely affect heat transfer between the water and system components. Foreign matter in the chilled water system can also increase pressure drop and, consequently, reduce water flow. Proper water treatment must be determined locally, depending on the type of system and local water characteristics. Neither salt nor brackish water is recommended for use in Trane aircooled Series R chillers. Use of either will lead to a shortened life to an indeterminable degree. The Trane Company encourages the employment of a reputable water treatment specialist, familiar with local water conditions, to assist in this determination and in the establishment of a proper water treatment program. Effect Of Altitude on Capacity Air-cooled Series R chiller capacities given in the performance data tables are for use at sea level. At elevations substantially above sea level, the decreased air density will reduce condenser capacity and, therefore,

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unit capacity and efficiency. The adjustment factors can be applied directly to the catalog performance data to determine the unit's adjusted performance. Ambient Limitations Trane air-cooled Series R chillers are designed for year-round operation over a range of ambient temperatures. The air-cooled Model RTAD chiller will operate in ambient temperatures of 7 to 40 °C. Selecting the high ambient option will allow the chiller to operate in ambient temperatures above 40 °C and selecting the low ambient option will increase the operational capability of the water chiller to ambient temperatures as low as -18 °C. For operation outside of these ranges, contact the local Trane sales office. Water Flow Limits The minimum water flow rates are given in this catalog. Evaporator flow rates below the tabulated values will result in laminar flow causing freezeup problems, scaling, stratification and poor control. The maximum

evaporator water flow rate is also given in the general data section. Flow rates exceeding those listed may result in excessive tube erosion. The evaporator can withstand up to 50 percent water flow reduction as long as this flow is equal or above the minimum flow rate requirement. The microprocessor and capacity control algorithms are designed to take a minimum of 10% change in water flow rate per minute. Flow Rates out of Range Many process cooling jobs require flow rates that cannot be met with the minimum and maximum published values within the Model RTAD evaporator. A simple piping change can alleviate this problem. For example: A plastic injection molding process requires 5.1 l/s of 10°C water and returns that water at 15.6°C. The selected chiller can operate at these temperatures, but has a minimum flow rate of 7.6 l/s. The following system can satisfy the process.

Figure 2 - Evaporator flow rate out of range

1. Load 2. 15.6°C - 5 L/s 3. Chilled water pump - 7 L/s .5 4. 13.7°C - 7 L/s .6

5. 10°C - 7 L/s .6 6. 10°C - 5 L/s 7 Chilled water pump - 5 L/s . 8. 10°C - 2.5 L/s

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Leaving Water Temperature Range. Trane air-cooled Series R chillers have three distinct leaving water categories: standard, low temperature, and ice making. The standard leaving solution temperature range is 4.4 to 15.6 °C. Low temperature machines produce leaving liquid temperatures less than 4.4 °C. Since liquid supply temperature setpoints less than 4 .4 °C result in suction temperatures at or below the freezing point of water, a glycol solution is required for all low temperature machines. Ice making machines have a leaving liquid temperature range of -6.7 to 15.6 °C. Ice making controls include dual set point controls and safeties for ice making and standard cooling capabilities. Consult your local Trane sales engineer for applications or selections involving low temperature or ice making machines. The maximum water temperature that can be circulated through an evaporator when the unit is not operating is 42 °C . Leaving Water Temperature out of Range Similar to the flow rates above, many process cooling jobs require temperature ranges that cannot be met with the minimum and maximum published values for the Model RTAD evaporator. A simple piping change can alleviate this problem. For example: A laboratory load requires 7.6 l/s of water entering the process at 29.4°C and returning at 35°C. The accuracy required is better than cooling tower can give. The selected chiller has adequate capacity, but a maximum leaving chilled water temperature of 15°C. In the example shown, both the chiller and process flow rates are equal. This is not necessary. For example, if the chiller had a higher flow rate, there would simply be more water bypassing and mixing with warm water. Supply Water Temperature Drop The performance data for the Trane air-cooled Series R chiller is based on a chilled water temperature drop of 6°C. Chilled water temperature drops from 3.3 to 10 °C may be used as long as minimum and maximum water temperature and minimum and maximum flow rates are not violated. Temperature drops outside this range are beyond the optimum range for control and may adversely affect the microcomputer's ability to maintain an acceptable supply water temperature range. Furthermore, temperature drops of less than 3.3 °C may result in inadequate refrigerant superheat. Sufficient superheat is always a primary concern in any direct expansion refrigerant system and is especially important in a package chiller where the evaporator is closely coupled to the compressor. When temperature drops are less than 3.3 °C, an evaporator runaround loop may be required. Ice Storage Provides Reduced Electrical Demand An ice storage system uses a standard chiller to make ice at night when utilities charge less for electricity. The ice supplements or even replaces mechanical cooling during the day when utility rates are at their highest. This reduced need for cooling results in big utility cost savings. Another advantage of ice storage is standby cooling capacity. If the chiller is unable to operate, one or two days of ice may still be available to provide cooling. In that time the chiller can be repaired before building occupants feel any loss of comfort. The Trane Model RTAD chiller is uniquely suited to low temperature applications like ice storage because of the ambient relief experienced at night. This allows the Model RTAD chiller to produce ice efficiently, with less stress on the machine. Simple and smart control strategies are another advantage the Model RTAD chiller offers for ice storage applications. Trane Tracer® building management systems can actually anticipate how much ice needs to be made at night and operate the system accordingly. The controls are

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Figure 3 - If temperatures are out of range for equipment

1. Load 2. 35°C - 7 L/s .6 3. 35°C - 2.2 L/s 4. Chilled water pump 5. 21°C - 7 L/s .6

6. 15.6°C - 7 L/s .6 7 15.6°C - 2.2 L/s . 8. 15°C - 5.4 L/s 9. Chilled water pump 10. 35°C - 5.4 L/s

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integrated right into the chiller. Two wires and preprogrammed software dramatically reduce field installation cost and complex programming. Short Water Loops The proper location of the temperature control sensor is in the supply (outlet) water connection or pipe. This location allows the building to act as a buffer and assures a slowly changing return water temperature. If there is not a sufficient volume of water in the system to provide an adequate buffer, temperature control can be lost, resulting in erratic system operation and excessive compressor cycling. A short water loop has the same effect as attempting to control from the building return water. Typically, a two-minute water loop is sufficient to prevent a short water loop. Therefore, as a guideline, ensure the volume of water in the evaporator loop equals or exceeds two times the evaporator flow rate. For a rapidly changing load profile, the amount of volume should be increased. To prevent the effect of a short water loop, the following items should be given careful consideration: A storage tank or larger header pipe to increase the volume of water in the system and, therefore, reduce the rate of change of the return water temperature. Applications Types · Comfort cooling. · Industrial process cooling. · Ice/thermal storage. · Low temperature process cooling.

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The chiller capacity tables cover the most frequently encountered leaving liquid temperatures. The tables reflect a 6°C temperature drop through the evaporator. For other temperature drops, apply the appropriate Performance Data Adjustment Factors. For chilled brine selections, refer to Figures F-2 and 3 for Ethylene and Propylene Glycol Adjustment Factors. Selection Procedure SI units To select a Trane air-cooled RTAD chiller, the following information is required: 1 Design load in kW of refrigeration 2 Design chilled water temperature drop 3 Design leaving chilled water temperature 4 Design ambient temperature Evaporator flow rates can be determined by using the following formula: l/s = kW (Capacity) x 0.239 / Temperature Drop (Degrees C) To determine the evaporator pressure drop we use the flow rate (l/s) and the evaporator water pressure drop Figure 4 For selection of chilled brine units or applications where the altitude is significantly greater than sea level or the temperature drop is different than 6°C, the performance adjustment factors from Table P85 should be applied at this point. For example: Corrected Capacity = Capacity (unadjusted) x Glycol Capacity Adjustment Factor Corrected Flow Rate = Flow Rate (unadjusted) x Glycol Flow Rate Adjustment Factor 5 The final unit selection is: · QTY (1) RTAD 115 (Table P-3) · Cooling Capacity = 395.9 kW · Entering/Leaving Chilled Water Temperatures = 12/7°C · Ambient 35°C · Chilled Water Flow Rate = 18.91 l/s · Evaporator Water Pressure Drop = 80 kPa · Compressor Power Input = 139.8 kW · Unit COP = 2.64 kW/kW Contact the local Trane sales engineer for a proper selection at the given operating conditions.

Selection Procedure English units 1 ton = 3.5168 kW Evaporator flow rate in GPM = 24 x tons / delta T (F) Delta T (F) = delta T (°C) x 1.8 1 GPM = 0.06309 l/s 1 ft WG = 3 kPa EER = COP / 0.293

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SI Units

Table G-1 - General Data RTAD Standard

Size Compressor Quantity Nominal Size (1) Evaporator Evaporator Model Water Storage Minimum Flow Maximum Flow Condenser Qty of Coils Coil Length Coil Height Fin series Number of Rows Condenser Fans Quantity (1) Diameter Total Air Flow Nominal RPM Tip Speed Motor kW Min Starting/Oper Ambient(2) Standard Unit Low Ambient Unit General Unit Refrigerant No. Of independent Refrigerant Circuits % Min. Load (3) Refrigerant Charge (1) Oil Charge (1) Operating Weight Shipping Weight (Tons) 85 2 40/40 EG120 106 4.1 17.3 2 2743 1626 192 3/3 3/3 762 23.4 915 36.5 2.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 24/24 5/5 2760 2660 100 2 50/50 EG140 270 6.0 20.8 2 3658 1626 192 2/2 3/3 762 28.5 915 36.5 2.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 30/32 6/6 3205 2940 115 2 60/60 EG170 222 7.3 24.8 2 3658 1626 192 3/3 3/3 762 27.0 915 36.5 2.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 35/36 8/8 3655 3440 125 2 70/70 EG200 204 8.8 30.7 2 3658 1626 192 3/3 3/3 762 27.0 915 36.5 2.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 36/37 9/9 3670 3470 145 2 85/70 EG200 204 8.8 30.7 2 4572 1626 192 3/3 5/4 762 37.0 915 36.5 2.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 43/45 9/9 4260 4060 150 2 85/85 EG200 204 8.8 30.7 2 4572 1626 192 3/3 5/5 762 39.0 915 36.5 2.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 43/45 9/9 4520 4060 165 2 100/85 EG250 415 11.6 38.0 2 5486 1626 192 3/3 6/5 762 44.9 915 36.5 2.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 53/56 11/9.5 5440 5030 180 2 100/100 EG250 415 11.6 38.0 2 5486 1626 192 3/3 6/6 762 46.8 915 36.5 2.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 53/57 11/11 5525 5115

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(mm) (m3/s) (m/s) (kW) (°C) (°C)

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Table G-2 - General Data RTAD High Efficiency

Size Compressor Quantity Nominal Size (1) Evaporator Evaporator Model Water Storage Minimum Flow Maximum Flow Condenser Qty of Coils Coil Length Coil Height Fin series Number of Rows Condenser Fans Quantity (1) Diameter Total Air Flow Nominal RPM Tip Speed Motor kW Min Starting/Oper Ambient(2) Standard Unit Low Ambient Unit General Unit Refrigerant No. Of independent Refrigerant Circuits % Min. Load (3) Refrigerant Charge (1) Oil Charge (1) Operating Weight Shipping Weight (Tons) 85 2 40/40 EG140 270 6.0 20.8 2 3658 1626 192 3/3 3/3 762 27.0 915 36.5 2.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 32/34 5/5 3240 2975 100 2 50/50 EG170 222 7.3 24.8 2 3658 1626 192 3/3 4/4 762 31.2 915 36.5 2.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 35/36 6/6 3370 3145 115 2 60/60 EG200 204 8.8 30.7 2 4572 1626 192 3/3 4/4 762 35.0 915 36.5 2.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 42/45 9/9 3905 3700 125 2 70/70 EG200 204 8.8 30.7 2 4572 1626 192 3/3 5/5 762 39.0 915 36.5 2.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 42/45 9/9 4000 3800 145 2 85/70 EG250 415 11.6 38.0 2 5486 1626 192 3/3 6/5 762 44.8 915 36.5 2.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 53/56 9.5/9.5 5390 4980 150 2 85/85 EG250 415 11.6 38.0 2 5486 1626 192 3/3 6/6 762 46.8 915 36.5 2.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 53/56 9.5/9.5 5445 5035

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Table G-3 - General Data RTAD High Efficiency Low Noise

Size Compressor Quantity Nominal Size (1) Evaporator Evaporator Model Water Storage Minimum Flow Maximum Flow Condenser Qty of Coils Coil Length Coil Height Fin series Number of Rows Condenser Fans Quantity (1) Diameter Total Air Flow Nominal RPM Tip Speed Motor kW Min Starting/Oper Ambient(2) Standard Unit Low Ambient Unit General Unit Refrigerant No. Of independent Refrigerant Circuits % Min. Load (3) Refrigerant Charge (1) Oil Charge (1) Operating Weight Shipping Weight (Tons) 85 2 40/40 EG120 106 4.1 17.3 2 2743 1626 192 3/3 3/3 762 18.1 730 29.1 1.30 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 24/24 5/5 2760 2660 100 2 50/50 EG140 270 6.0 20.8 2 3658 1626 192 2/2 3/3 762 22.4 730 29.1 1.30 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 30/32 6/6 3205 2940 115 2 60/60 EG170 222 7.3 24.8 2 3658 1626 192 3/3 3/3 762 21.0 730 29.1 1.30 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 35/36 8/8 3655 3440 125 2 70/70 EG200 204 8.8 30.7 2 3658 1626 192 3/3 3/3 762 21.0 730 29.1 1.30 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 36/37 9/9 3670 3470 145 2 85/70 EG200 204 8.8 30.7 2 4572 1626 192 3/3 5/4 762 28.7 730 29.1 1.30 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 43/45 9/9 4360 4160 150 2 85/85 EG200 204 8.8 30.7 2 4572 1626 192 3/3 5/5 762 30.1 730 29.1 1.30 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 43/45 9/9 4620 4420 165 2 100/85 EG250 415 11.6 38.0 2 5486 1626 192 3/3 6/5 762 34.7 730 29.1 1.30 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 53/56 11/9.5 5540 5130 180 2 100/100 EG250 415 11.6 38.0 2 5486 1626 192 3/3 6/6 762 36.2 730 29.1 1.30 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 53/57 11/11 5625 5215

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(mm) (mm) (Fins/ft)

(mm) (m3/s) (m/s) (kW) (°C) (°C)

(kg) (l) (kg) (kg)

Table G-4 - General Data RTAD High Efficiency Low Noise

Size Compressor Quantity Nominal Size (1) Evaporator Evaporator Model Water Storage Minimum Flow Maximum Flow Condenser Qty of Coils Coil Length Coil Height Fin series Number of Rows Condenser Fans Quantity (1) Diameter Total Air Flow Nominal RPM Tip Speed Motor kW Min Starting/Oper Ambient(2) Standard Unit Low Ambient Unit General Unit Refrigerant No. Of independent Refrigerant Circuits % Min. Load (3) Refrigerant Charge (1) Oil Charge (1) Operating Weight Shipping Weight 85 2 40/40 EG140 270 6.0 20.8 2 3658 1626 192 3/3 3/3 762 21.0 690 27.5 1.30 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 32/34 5/5 3340 3075 100 2 50/50 EG170 222 7.3 24.8 2 3658 1626 192 3/3 4/4 762 24.1 690 27.5 1.30 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 35/36 6/6 3470 3245 115 2 60/60 EG200 204 8.8 30.7 2 4572 1626 192 3/3 4/4 762 27.2 690 27.5 1.30 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 42/45 9/9 4005 3800 125 2 70/70 EG200 204 8.8 30.7 2 4572 1626 192 3/3 5/5 762 30.1 690 27.5 1.30 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 42/45 9/9 4100 3900 145 2 85/70 EG250 415 11.6 38.0 2 5486 1626 192 3/3 6/5 762 34.7 690 27.5 1.30 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 53/56 9.5/9.5 5490 5080 150 2 85/85 EG250 415 11.6 38.0 2 5486 1626 192 3/3 6/6 762 36.1 690 27.5 1.30 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 53/56 9.5/9.5 5545 5135

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(mm) (mm) (Fins/ft)

(mm) (m3/s) (m/s) (kW) (°C) (°C)

(kg) (l) (kg) (kg)

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Table G-5 - General Data RTAD Standard Low Noise with Night Noise Set Back option

Size Compressor Quantity Nominal Size (1) Evaporator Evaporator Model Water Storage Minimum Flow Maximum Flow Condenser Qty of Coils Coil Length Coil Height Fin series Number of Rows Condenser Fans Quantity (1) Diameter Total Air Flow Nominal RPM Tip Speed Motor kW Min Starting/Oper Ambient(2) Standard Unit Low Ambient Unit General Unit Refrigerant No. Of independent Refrigerant Circuits % Min. Load (3) Refrigerant Charge (1) Oil Charge (1) Operating Weight Shipping Weight (Tons) 85 2 40/40 EG120 106 4.1 17.3 2 2743 1626 192 3/3 2/2 762 13.4 550 21.9 1.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 24/24 5/5 2760 2650 100 2 50/50 EG140 270 6.0 20.8 2 3658 1626 192 2/2 3/3 762 20.5 550 21.9 1.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 30/32 6/6 3200 2935 115 2 60/60 EG170 222 7.3 24.8 2 3658 1626 192 3/3 3/3 762 19.3 550 21.9 1.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 35/36 8/8 3660 3435 125 2 70/70 EG200 204 8.8 30.7 2 3658 1626 192 3/3 3/3 762 19.3 550 21.9 1.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 36/37 9/9 3670 3670 145 2 85/70 EG200 204 8.8 30.7 2 4572 1626 192 3/3 4/4 762 25.0 550 21.9 1.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 43/45 9/9 4360 4160 150 2 85/85 EG200 204 8.8 30.7 2 4572 1626 192 3/3 4/4 762 25.0 550 21.9 1.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 43/45 9/9 4620 4420 165 2 100/85 EG250 415 11.6 38.0 2 5486 1626 192 3/3 5/5 762 30.7 550 21.9 1.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 53/56 11/9.5 5540 5130 180 2 100/100 EG250 415 11.6 38.0 2 5486 1626 192 3/3 5/5 762 30.7 550 21.9 1.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 53/57 11/11 5625 5215

(l) (l/s) (l/s)

(mm) (mm) (Fins/ft)

(mm) (m3/s) (m/s) (kW) (°C) (°C)

(kg) (l) (kg) (kg)

Table G-6 - General Data RTAD High Efficiency Low Noise with Night Noise Set Back option

Size Compressor Quantity Nominal Size (1) Evaporator Evaporator Model Water Storage Minimum Flow Maximum Flow Condenser Qty of Coils Coil Length Coil Height Fin series Number of Rows Condenser Fans Quantity (1) Diameter Total Air Flow Nominal RPM Tip Speed Motor kW Min Starting/Oper Ambient(2) Standard Unit Low Ambient Unit General Unit Refrigerant No. Of independent Refrigerant Circuits % Min. Load (3) Refrigerant Charge (1) Oil Charge (1) Operating Weight Shipping Weight (Tons) 85 2 40/40 EG140 270 6.0 20.8 2 3658 1626 192 3/3 3/3 762 19.2 550 21.9 1.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 32/34 5/5 3340 3075 100 2 50/50 EG170 222 7.3 24.8 2 3658 1626 192 3/3 3/3 762 19.2 550 21.9 1.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 35/36 6/6 3470 3245 115 2 60/60 EG200 204 8.8 30.7 2 4572 1626 192 3/3 4/4 762 24.9 550 21.9 1.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 42/45 9/9 4005 3800 125 2 70/70 EG200 204 8.8 30.7 2 4572 1626 192 3/3 4/4 762 25.0 550 21.9 1.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 42/45 9/9 4100 3900 145 2 85/70 EG250 415 11.6 38.0 2 5486 1626 192 3/3 5/5 762 30.6 550 21.9 1.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 53/56 9.5/9.5 5490 5080 150 2 85/85 EG250 415 11.6 38.0 2 5486 1626 192 3/3 5/5 762 30.6 550 21.9 1.05 0 -18 HFC 134a 2 17 53/56 9.5/9.5 5545 5135

(l) (l/s) (l/s)

(mm) (mm) (Fins/ft)

(mm) (m3/s) (m/s) (kW) (°C) (°C)

(kg) (l) (kg) (kg)

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Table G-7 - General Data RTAD Standard High External Static Pressure

Size Compressor Quantity Nominal Size (1) Evaporator Evaporator Model Water Storage Minimum Flow Maximum Flow Condenser Qty of Coils Coil Length Coil Height Fin series Number of Rows Condenser Fans Quantity (1) Diameter Total Air Flow Nominal RPM Tip Speed Motor kW Min Starting/Oper Ambient(2) Standard Unit Low Ambient Unit General Unit Refrigerant No. Of independent Refrigerant Circuits % Min. Load (3) Refrigerant Charge (1) Oil Charge (1) Operating Weight Shipping Weight (Tons) 85 2 40/40 EG120 106 4.1 17.3 2 2743 1626 192 3/3 3/3 762 23.7 935 37.3 1.05 0 -18 R134a 2 17 24/24 5/5 2760 2660 100 2 50/50 EG140 270 6.0 20.8 2 3658 1626 192 2/2 3/3 762 29.5 935 37.3 2.05 0 -18 R134a 2 17 30/32 6/6 3205 2940 115 2 60/60 EG170 222 7.3 24.8 2 3658 1626 192 3/3 3/3 762 27.6 935 37.3 3.05 0 -18 R134a 2 17 35/36 8/8 3655 3440 125 2 70/70 EG200 204 8.8 30.7 2 3658 1626 192 3/3 3/3 762 27.6 935 37.3 4.05 0 -18 R134a 2 17 36/37 9/9 3670 3470 145 2 85/70 EG200 204 8.8 30.7 2 4572 1626 192 3/3 5/4 762 37.6 935 37.3 5.05 0 -18 R134a 2 17 43/45 9/9 4260 4060 150 2 85/85 EG200 204 8.8 30.7 2 4572 1626 192 3/3 5/5 762 39.5 935 37.3 6.05 0 -18 R134a 2 17 43/45 9/9 4520 4060 165 2 100/85 EG250 415 11.6 38.0 2 5486 1626 192 3/3 6/5 762 45.5 935 37.3 7.05 0 -18 R134a 2 17 53/56 11/9.5 5440 5030 180 2 100/100 EG250 415 11.6 38.0 2 5486 1626 192 3/3 6/6 762 47.4 935 37.3 8.05 0 -18 R134a 2 17 53/57 11/11 5525 5115

(l) (l/s) (l/s)

(mm) (mm) (Fins/ft)

(mm) (m3/s) (m/s) (kW) (°C) (°C)

(kg) (l) (kg) (kg)

Table G-8 - General Data RTAD High Efficiency High External Static Pressure

Size Compressor Quantity Nominal Size (1) Evaporator Evaporator Model Water Storage Minimum Flow Maximum Flow Condenser Qty of Coils Coil Length Coil Height Fin series Number of Rows Condenser Fans Quantity (1) Diameter Total Air Flow Nominal RPM Tip Speed Motor kW Min Starting/Oper Ambient(2) Standard Unit Low Ambient Unit General Unit Refrigerant No. Of independent Refrigerant Circuits % Min. Load (3) Refrigerant Charge (1) Oil Charge (1) Operating Weight Shipping Weight (Tons) 85 2 40/40 EG140 270 6.0 20.8 2 3658 1626 192 3/3 3/3 762 27.6 935 37.3 1.05 0 -18 R134a 2 17 32/34 5/5 3240 2975 100 2 50/50 EG170 222 7.3 24.8 2 3658 1626 192 3/3 4/4 762 31.5 935 37.3 2.05 0 -18 R134a 2 17 35/36 6/6 3370 3145 115 2 60/60 EG200 204 8.8 30.7 2 4572 1626 192 3/3 4/4 762 35.6 935 37.3 3.05 0 -18 R134a 2 17 42/45 9/9 3905 3700 125 2 70/70 EG200 204 8.8 30.7 2 4572 1626 192 3/3 5/5 762 39.4 935 37.3 4.05 0 -18 R134a 2 17 42/45 9/9 4000 3800 145 2 85/70 EG250 415 11.6 38.0 2 5486 1626 192 3/3 6/5 762 45.4 935 37.3 5.05 0 -18 R134a 2 17 53/56 9.5/9.5 5390 4980 150 2 85/85 EG250 415 11.6 38.0 2 5486 1626 192 3/3 6/6 762 47.3 935 37.3 6.05 0 -18 R134a 2 17 53/56 9.5/9.5 5445 5035

(l) (l/s) (l/s)

(mm) (mm) (Fins/ft)

(mm) (m3/s) (m/s) (kW) (°C) (°C)

(kg) (l) (kg) (kg)

Notes: 1. Data containing information on two circuits shown as follows: ckt1/ckt2 2. Minimum start-up/operation ambient based on a 2.22 m/s (5mph) wind across the condenser. 3. Percent minimum load is for total machine at 10°C (50F) ambient and 7°C (44F) leaving chilled water temp. Not each individual circuit. 4. Operating weight: with aluminum fins

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English Units

Table G-9- General Data RTAD Standard

Size Compressor Quantity Nominal Size (1) Evaporator Evpaporator Model Water Storage Minimum Flow Maximum Flow Condenser Qty of Coils Coil Length Coil Height Fin series Number of Rows Condenser Fans Quantity (1) Diameter Total Air Flow Nominal RPM Tip Speed Motor kW Min Starting/Oper Ambient(2) Standard Unit Low Ambient Unit General Unit Refrigerant No. Of independent Refrigerant Circuits % Min. Load (3) Refrigerant Charge (1) Oil Charge (1) Operating Weight Shipping Weight (Tons) 85 2 40/40 EG120 28.0 65.2 274.6 2 108 64 192 3/3 3/3 30 49556 915 119.8 2.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 52.9/52.9 1.32/1.32 6085 5864 100 2 50/50 EG140 71.3 95.1 329.9 2 144 64 192 2/2 3/3 30 60460 915 119.8 2.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 66.1/70.5 1.59/1.59 7066 6481 115 2 60/60 EG170 58.7 115.0 393.1 2 144 64 192 3/3 3/3 30 57194 915 119.8 2.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 77.2/79.4 2.11/2.11 8058 7584 125 2 70/70 EG200 53.9 139.2 486.4 2 144 64 192 3/3 3/3 30 57248 915 119.8 2.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 79.4/81.6 2.38/2.38 8091 7650 145 2 85/70 EG200 53.9 139.2 486.4 2 180 64 192 3/3 5/4 30 78439 915 119.8 2.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 94.8/99.2 2.38/2.38 9392 8951 150 2 85/85 EG200 53.9 139.2 486.4 2 180 64 192 3/3 5/5 30 82716 915 119.8 2.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 94.8/99.2 2.38/2.38 9965 8951 165 2 100/85 EG250 109.6 184.0 603.0 2 216 64 192 3/3 6/5 30 95103 915 119.8 2.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 116.8/123.5 2.91/2.51 11993 11089 180 2 100/100 EG250 109.6 184.0 603.0 2 216 64 192 3/3 6/6 30 99250 915 119.8 2.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 116.8/125.7 2.91/2.91 12180 11276

(Gallon) (GPM) (GPM)

(inch) (inch) (Fins/ft)

(inch) (CFM) (Ft/s) (kW) (°F) (°F)

(Lbs.) (Gallon) (Lbs.) (Lbs.)

Table G-10 - General Data RTAD High Efficiency

Size Compressor Quantity Nominal Size (1) Evaporator Evpaporator Model Water Storage Minimum Flow Maximum Flow Condenser Qty of Coils Coil Length Coil Height Fin series Number of Rows Condenser Fans Quantity (1) Diameter Total Air Flow Nominal RPM Tip Speed Motor kW Min Starting/Oper Ambient(2) Standard Unit Low Ambient Unit General Unit Refrigerant No. Of independent Refrigerant Circuits % Min. Load (3) Refrigerant Charge (1) Oil Charge (1) Operating Weight Shipping Weight (Tons) 85 2 40/40 EG140 71.3 95.1 329.9 2 144 64 192 3/3 3/3 30 57108 915 119.8 2.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 70.5/75.0 1.32/1.32 7143 6559 100 2 50/50 EG170 58.7 115.0 393.1 2 144 64 192 3/3 4/4 30 66046 915 119.8 2.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 77.2/79.4 1.59/1.59 7429 6933 115 2 60/60 EG200 53.9 139.2 486.4 2 180 64 192 3/3 4/4 30 74100 915 119.8 2.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 92.6/99.2 2.38/2.38 8609 8157 125 2 70/70 EG200 53.9 139.2 486.4 2 180 64 192 3/3 5/5 30 82628 915 119.8 2.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 92.6/99.2 2.38/2.38 8818 8377 145 2 85/70 EG250 109.6 184.0 603.0 2 216 64 192 3/3 6/5 30 95008 915 119.8 2.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 116.8/123.5 2.51/2.51 11883 10979 150 2 85/85 EG250 109.6 184.0 603.0 2 216 64 192 3/3 6/6 30 99132 915 119.8 2.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 116.8/123.5 2.51/2.51 12004 11100

(Gallon) (GPM) (GPM)

(inch) (inch) (Fins/ft)

(inch) (CFM) (Ft/s) (kW) (°F) (°F)

(Lbs.) (Gallon) (Lbs.) (Lbs.)

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Table G-11 - General Data RTAD High Efficiency Low Noise

Size Compressor Quantity Nominal Size (1) Evaporator Evpaporator Model Water Storage Minimum Flow Maximum Flow Condenser Qty of Coils Coil Length Coil Height Fin series Number of Rows Condenser Fans Quantity (1) Diameter Total Air Flow Nominal RPM Tip Speed Motor kW Min Starting/Oper Ambient(2) Standard Unit Low Ambient Unit General Unit Refrigerant No. Of independent Refrigerant Circuits % Min. Load (3) Refrigerant Charge (1) Oil Charge (1) Operating Weight Shipping Weight (Tons) 85 2 40/40 EG120 28.0 65.2 274.6 2 108 64 192 3/3 3/3 30 38246 730 95.6 1.3 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 52.9/52.9 1.32/1.32 6085 5864 100 2 50/50 EG140 71.3 95.1 329.9 2 144 64 192 2/2 3/3 30 47434 730 95.6 1.3 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 66.1/70.5 1.59/1.59 7066 6481 115 2 60/60 EG170 58.7 115.0 393.1 2 144 64 192 3/3 3/3 30 44514 730 95.6 1.3 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 77.2/79.4 2.11/2.11 8058 7584 125 2 70/70 EG200 53.9 139.2 486.4 2 144 64 192 3/3 3/3 30 44568 730 95.6 1.3 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 79.4/81.6 2.38/2.38 8091 7650 145 2 85/70 EG200 53.9 139.2 486.4 2 180 64 192 3/3 5/4 30 60751 730 95.6 1.3 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 94.8/99.2 2.38/2.38 9612 9171 150 2 85/85 EG200 53.9 139.2 486.4 2 180 64 192 3/3 5/5 30 63878 730 95.6 1.3 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 94.8/99.2 2.38/2.38 10185 9744 165 2 100/85 EG250 109.6 184.0 603.0 2 216 64 192 3/3 6/5 30 73628 730 95.6 1.3 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 116.8/123.5 2.91/2.51 12213 11310 180 2 100/100 EG250 109.6 184.0 603.0 2 216 64 192 3/3 6/6 30 76644 730 95.6 1.3 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 116.8/125.7 2.91/2.91 12401 11497

(Gallon) (GPM) (GPM)

(inch) (inch) (Fins/ft)

(inch) (CFM) (Ft/s) (kW) (°F) (°F)

(Lbs.) (Gallon) (Lbs.) (Lbs.)

Table G-12 - General Data RTAD High Efficiency Low Noise

Size Compressor Quantity Nominal Size (1) Evaporator Evpaporator Model Water Storage Minimum Flow Maximum Flow Condenser Qty of Coils Coil Length Coil Height Fin series Number of Rows Condenser Fans Quantity (1) Diameter Total Air Flow Nominal RPM Tip Speed Motor kW Min Starting/Oper Ambient(2) Standard Unit Low Ambient Unit General Unit Refrigerant No. Of independent Refrigerant Circuits % Min. Load (3) Refrigerant Charge (1) Oil Charge (1) Operating Weight Shipping Weight (Tons) 85 2 40/40 EG140 71.3 95.1 329.9 2 144 64 192 3/3 3/3 30 44426 690 90.3 1.3 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 70.5/75.0 1.32/1.32 7363 6779 100 2 50/50 EG170 58.7 115.0 393.1 2 144 64 192 3/3 4/4 30 50964 690 90.3 1.3 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 77.2/79.4 1.59/1.59 7650 7154 115 2 60/60 EG200 53.9 139.2 486.4 2 180 64 192 3/3 4/4 30 57562 690 90.3 1.3 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 92.6/99.2 2.38/2.38 8829 8377 125 2 70/70 EG200 53.9 139.2 486.4 2 180 64 192 3/3 5/5 30 63784 690 90.3 1.3 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 92.6/99.2 2.38/2.38 9039 8598 145 2 85/70 EG250 109.6 184.0 603.0 2 216 64 192 3/3 6/5 30 73521 690 90.3 1.3 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 116.8/123.5 2.51/2.51 12103 11199 150 2 85/85 EG250 109.6 184.0 603.0 2 216 64 192 3/3 6/6 30 76510 690 90.3 1.3 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 116.8/123.5 2.51/2.51 12224 11321

(Gallon) (GPM) (GPM)

(inch) (inch) (Fins/ft)

(inch) (CFM) (Ft/s) (kW) (°F) (°F)

(Lbs.) (Gallon) (Lbs.) (Lbs.)

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Table G13 - General Data RTAD Standard Low Noise with Night Noise Set Back

Size Compressor Quantity Nominal Size (1) Evaporator Evpaporator Model Water Storage Minimum Flow Maximum Flow Condenser Qty of Coils Coil Length Coil Height Fin series Number of Rows Condenser Fans Quantity (1) Diameter Total Air Flow Nominal RPM Tip Speed Motor kW Min Starting/Oper Ambient(2) Standard Unit Low Ambient Unit General Unit Refrigerant No. Of independent Refrigerant Circuits % Min. Load (3) Refrigerant Charge (1) Oil Charge (1) Operating Weight Shipping Weight (Tons) 85 2 40/40 EG120 28.0 65.2 274.6 2 108 64 192 37318 2/2 30 28479 550 72.0 1.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 52.9/52.9 1.32/1.32 6085 5842 100 2 50/50 EG140 71.3 95.1 329.9 2 144 64 192 37289 3/3 30 43376 550 72.0 1.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 66.1/70.5 1.59/1.59 7055 6470 115 2 60/60 EG170 58.7 115.0 393.1 2 144 64 192 37318 3/3 30 40791 550 72.0 1.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 77.2/79.4 2.11/2.11 8069 7573 125 2 70/70 EG200 53.9 139.2 486.4 2 144 64 192 37318 3/3 30 40842 550 72.0 1.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 79.4/81.6 2.38/2.38 8091 8091 145 2 85/70 EG200 53.9 139.2 486.4 2 180 64 192 37318 4/4 30 52929 550 72.0 1.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 94.8/99.2 2.38/2.38 9612 9171 150 2 85/85 EG200 53.9 139.2 486.4 2 180 64 192 37318 4/4 30 52962 550 72.0 1.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 94.8/99.2 2.38/2.38 10185 9744 165 2 100/85 EG250 109.6 184.0 603.0 2 216 64 192 37318 5/5 30 64956 550 72.0 1.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 116.8/123.5 2.91/2.51 12213 11310 180 2 100/100 EG250 109.6 184.0 603.0 2 216 64 192 37318 5/5 30 65000 550 72.0 1.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 116.8/125.7 2.91/2.91 12401 11497

(Gallon) (GPM) (GPM)

(inch) (inch) (Fins/ft)

(inch) (CFM) (Ft/s) (kW) (°F) (°F)

(Lbs.) (Gallon) (Lbs.) (Lbs.)

Table G14 - General Data RTAD High Efficiency Low Noise with Night Noise Set Back

Size Compressor Quantity Nominal Size (1) Evaporator Evpaporator Model Water Storage Minimum Flow Maximum Flow Condenser Qty of Coils Coil Length Coil Height Fin series Number of Rows Condenser Fans Quantity (1) Diameter Total Air Flow Nominal RPM Tip Speed Motor kW Min Starting/Oper Ambient(2) Standard Unit Low Ambient Unit General Unit Refrigerant No. Of independent Refrigerant Circuits % Min. Load (3) Refrigerant Charge (1) Oil Charge (1) Operating Weight Shipping Weight (Tons) 85 2 40/40 EG140 71.3 95.1 329.9 2 144 64 192 37318 3/3 30 40710 550 72.0 1.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 70.5/75.0 1.32/1.32 7363 6779 100 2 50/50 EG170 58.7 115.0 393.1 2 144 64 192 37318 3/3 30 40746 550 72.0 1.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 77.2/79.4 1.59/1.59 7650 7154 115 2 60/60 EG200 53.9 139.2 486.4 2 180 64 192 37318 4/4 30 52846 550 72.0 1.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 92.6/99.2 2.38/2.38 8829 8377 125 2 70/70 EG200 53.9 139.2 486.4 2 180 64 192 37318 4/4 30 52904 550 72.0 1.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 92.6/99.2 2.38/2.38 9039 8598 145 2 85/70 EG250 109.6 184.0 603.0 2 216 64 192 37318 5/5 30 64872 550 72.0 1.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 116.8/123.5 2.51/2.51 12103 11199 150 2 85/85 EG250 109.6 184.0 603.0 2 216 64 192 37318 5/5 30 64906 550 72.0 1.05 32 0 HFC 134a 2 17 116.8/123.5 2.51/2.51 12224 11321

(Gallon) (GPM) (GPM)

(inch) (inch) (Fins/ft)

(inch) (CFM) (Ft/s) (kW) (°F) (°F)

(Lbs.) (Gallon) (Lbs.) (Lbs.)

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Table G15 - General Data RTAD Standard High External Static Pressure

Size Compressor Quantity Nominal Size (1) Evaporator Evpaporator Model Water Storage Minimum Flow Maximum Flow Condenser Qty of Coils Coil Length Coil Height Fin series Number of Rows Condenser Fans Quantity (1) Diameter Total Air Flow Nominal RPM Tip Speed Motor kW Min Starting/Oper Ambient(2) Standard Unit Low Ambient Unit General Unit Refrigerant No. Of independent Refrigerant Circuits % Min. Load (3) Refrigerant Charge (1) Oil Charge (1) Operating Weight Shipping Weight (Tons) 85 2 40/40 EG120 28.0 65.2 274.6 2 108 64 192 37683 3/3 30 50118 935 122.4 1.05 32 0 R134a 2 17 52.9/52.9 1.32/1.32 6085 5864 100 2 50/50 EG140 71.3 95.1 329.9 2 144 64 192 37654 3/3 30 62540 935 122.4 2.05 32 0 R134a 2 17 66.1/70.5 1.59/1.59 7066 6481 115 2 60/60 EG170 58.7 115.0 393.1 2 144 64 192 37683 3/3 30 58514 935 122.4 3.05 32 0 R134a 2 17 77.2/79.4 2.11/2.11 8058 7584 125 2 70/70 EG200 53.9 139.2 486.4 2 144 64 192 37683 3/3 30 58578 935 122.4 4.05 32 0 R134a 2 17 79.4/81.6 2.38/2.38 8091 7650 145 2 85/70 EG200 53.9 139.2 486.4 2 180 64 192 37683 5/4 30 79569 935 122.4 5.05 32 0 R134a 2 17 94.8/99.2 2.38/2.38 9392 8951 150 2 85/85 EG200 53.9 139.2 486.4 2 180 64 192 37683 5/5 30 83640 935 122.4 6.05 32 0 R134a 2 17 94.8/99.2 2.38/2.38 9965 8951 165 2 100/85 EG250 109.6 184.0 603.0 2 216 64 192 37683 6/5 30 96363 935 122.4 7.05 32 0 R134a 2 17 116.8/123.5 2.91/2.51 11993 11089 180 2 100/100 EG250 109.6 184.0 603.0 2 216 64 192 37683 6/6 30 100368 935 122.4 8.05 32 0 R134a 2 17 116.8/125.7 2.91/2.91 12180 11276

(Gallon) (GPM) (GPM)

(inch) (inch) (Fins/ft)

(inch) (CFM) (Ft/s) (kW) (°F) (°F)

(Lbs.) (Gallon) (Lbs.) (Lbs.)

Table G16 - General Data RTAD High Efficiency High External Static Pressure

Size Compressor Quantity Nominal Size (1) Evaporator Evpaporator Model Water Storage Minimum Flow Maximum Flow Condenser Qty of Coils Coil Length Coil Height Fin series Number of Rows Condenser Fans Quantity (1) Diameter Total Air Flow Nominal RPM Tip Speed Motor kW Min Starting/Oper Ambient(2) Standard Unit Low Ambient Unit General Unit Refrigerant No. Of independent Refrigerant Circuits % Min. Load (3) Refrigerant Charge (1) Oil Charge (1) Operating Weight Shipping Weight (Tons) 85 2 40/40 EG140 71.3 95.1 329.9 2 144 64 192 37683 3/3 30 58412 935 122.4 1.05 32 0 R134a 2 17 70.5/75.0 1.32/1.32 7143 6559 100 2 50/50 EG170 58.7 115.0 393.1 2 144 64 192 37683 4/4 30 66796 935 122.4 2.05 32 0 R134a 2 17 77.2/79.4 1.59/1.59 7429 6933 115 2 60/60 EG200 53.9 139.2 486.4 2 180 64 192 37683 4/4 30 75432 935 122.4 3.05 32 0 R134a 2 17 92.6/99.2 2.38/2.38 8609 8157 125 2 70/70 EG200 53.9 139.2 486.4 2 180 64 192 37683 5/5 30 83562 935 122.4 4.05 32 0 R134a 2 17 92.6/99.2 2.38/2.38 8818 8377 145 2 85/70 EG250 109.6 184.0 603.0 2 216 64 192 37683 6/5 30 96257 935 122.4 5.05 32 0 R134a 2 17 116.8/123.5 2.51/2.51 11883 10979 150 2 85/85 EG250 109.6 184.0 603.0 2 216 64 192 37683 6/6 30 100248 935 122.4 6.05 32 0 R134a 2 17 116.8/123.5 2.51/2.51 12004 11100

(Gallon) (GPM) (GPM)

(inch) (inch) (Fins/ft)

(inch) (CFM) (Ft/s) (kW) (°F) (°F)

(Lbs.) (Gallon) (Lbs.) (Lbs.)

Notes: 1. Data containing information on two circuits shown as follows: ckt1/ckt2 2. Minimum start-up/operation ambient based on a 2.22 m/s (5mph) wind across the condenser. 3. Percent minimum load is for total machine at 10°C (50F) ambient and 7°C (44F) leaving chilled water temp. Not each individual circuit.

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Table P1 - RTAD 085 Standard Efficiency

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 294.3 313.6 333.7 354.4 375.5 25 P kW .I. 74.8 77.6 80.6 83.8 87.1 COP kW/kW 3.44 3.55 3.65 3.75 3.84 C.C. kW 277.4 295.7 314.7 334.4 354.4 30 P kW .I. 80.8 83.8 86.9 90.1 93.5 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 35 COP COP kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW .I. 3.03 259.5 87.6 2.64 241.2 3.13 277.1 90.7 2.74 257.7 3.23 295.0 93.9 2.83 274.6 3.32 313.6 97.2 2.91 292.2 3.41 332.6 100.7 2.99 310.1 40 P kW .I. 95.2 98.4 101.7 105.1 108.6 COP kW/kW 2.28 2.37 2.45 2.53 2.61 C.C. kW 218.7 230.7 234.2 238.0 241.6 46 P kW .I. 105.4 106.7 103.1 99.5 96.4 COP kW/kW 1.89 1.97 2.07 2.17 2.27

Table P2 - RTAD 100 Standard Efficiency

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 354.1 377.3 400.8 425.1 450.1 25 P kW .I. 92.6 96.4 100.3 104.4 108.7 COP kW/kW 3.44 3.53 3.62 3.70 3.78 C.C. kW 333.3 355.1 377.6 400.8 424.4 30 P kW .I. 98.9 102.8 106.8 111.1 115.5 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 35 COP COP kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW .I. 3.05 311.9 106.2 2.68 289.7 3.14 332.6 110.1 2.76 309.1 3.22 353.7 114.3 2.84 329.1 3.30 375.5 118.6 2.92 349.8 3.38 398.0 123.1 2.99 367.1 40 P kW .I. 114.3 118.4 122.6 127.1 129.5 COP kW/kW 2.33 2.41 2.48 2.55 2.63 C.C. kW 255.3 257.7 263.0 266.2 269.7 46 P kW .I. 120.8 116.2 112.7 108.7 105.2 COP kW/kW 1.95 2.04 2.14 2.25 2.34

Table P3 - RTAD 115 Standard Efficiency

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 422.3 449.3 477.1 505.3 533.7 25 P kW .I. 114.7 119.2 123.9 128.7 133.9 COP kW/kW 3.37 3.47 3.55 3.63 3.70 C.C. kW 397.7 423.0 449.0 475.7 502.8 30 P kW .I. 124.3 128.9 133.8 138.8 144.1 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 35 COP COP kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW .I. 2.95 372.0 135.0 2.56 345.6 3.04 395.9 139.8 2.64 367.8 3.12 420.5 144.8 2.71 390.6 3.19 445.1 150.1 2.78 414.2 3.26 470.8 155.6 2.84 425.1 40 P kW .I. 146.9 151.9 157.2 162.6 160.2 COP kW/kW 2.20 2.27 2.34 2.40 2.50 C.C. kW 285.5 289.4 292.5 296.1 301.3 46 P kW .I. 146.3 142.4 138.3 134.3 130.9 COP kW/kW 1.83 1.90 1.97 2.05 2.14

Table P4 - RTAD 125 Standard Efficiency

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 485.6 515.1 545.0 575.6 606.5 25 P kW .I. 145.7 151.7 157.8 164.3 171.0 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 35 COP COP COP kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW .I. .I. 3.11 456.0 158.0 2.71 425.8 171.6 2.34 394.9 3.18 483.8 164.2 2.77 451.8 177.9 2.40 401.5 3.24 511.9 170.6 2.83 478.5 184.6 2.46 406.8 3.30 540.8 177.2 2.89 505.3 191.4 2.51 413.8 3.35 569.9 184.1 2.94 521.8 191.0 2.60 419.1 30 40 P kW .I. 186.5 181.2 174.8 169.2 164.0 COP kW/kW 2.01 2.10 2.20 2.31 2.41 C.C. kW 276.7 280.2 284.1 286.9 291.8 46 P kW .I. 153.6 149.9 146.3 142.2 138.5 COP kW/kW 1.69 1.75 1.82 1.89 1.97

Notes : 1. Ratings based on sea level altitude and evaporator fouling factor of 0.0176 m² K/kW 2. Consult Trane representative for performance at temperatures outside of the ranges shown 3. P kW = compressor power input only. .I. 4. COP = Coefficient of Performance (kW/kW). Power input include compressors, condenser fans and control power. 5. Ratings are based on an evaporator temperature drop of 6°C. 6. Interpolation between points is permissible. Extrapolation is not permitted. 7. Above 40°C ambient, the units will have the High-Ambient option 8. Shaded area reflects Adaptive ControlTM Microprocessor control algorithms.

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Table P5 - RTAD 145 Standard Efficiency

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 550.6 586.5 623.4 661.0 699.7 25 P kW .I. 146.9 152.8 158.9 165.2 171.8 COP kW/kW 3.39 3.48 3.57 3.66 3.74 C.C. kW 520.0 554.1 588.9 624.8 661.4 30 P kW .I. 158.7 164.7 171.0 177.5 184.2 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 35 COP COP kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW .I. 2.99 488.7 171.8 2.61 456.4 3.08 520.7 178.0 2.70 486.6 3.16 553.8 184.5 2.78 517.6 3.24 587.5 191.1 2.85 532.3 3.32 622.0 198.0 2.92 538.0 40 P kW .I. 186.4 192.8 199.4 197.0 189.5 COP kW/kW 2.27 2.34 2.42 2.51 2.63 C.C. kW 354.4 359.3 365.0 370.9 375.5 46 P kW .I. 172.6 167.8 163.1 159.6 155.4 COP kW/kW 1.89 1.97 2.05 2.13 2.21

Table P6 - RTAD 150 Standard Efficiency

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 589.6 627.3 665.6 705.0 745.0 25 P kW .I. 162.3 168.9 175.8 182.9 190.4 COP kW/kW 3.28 3.37 3.45 3.52 3.59 C.C. kW 556.9 592.5 628.7 665.9 703.9 30 P kW .I. 175.0 181.8 188.9 196.2 203.8 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 35 COP COP kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW .I. 2.90 523.2 189.2 2.54 488.7 2.98 556.9 196.2 2.61 520.0 3.05 591.0 203.4 2.68 552.0 3.12 626.2 210.9 2.75 568.9 3.19 661.7 218.7 2.81 577.3 40 P kW .I. 205.0 212.1 219.5 217.9 210.9 COP kW/kW 2.21 2.27 2.34 2.43 2.54 C.C. kW 385.7 391.0 396.6 401.2 404.0 46 P kW .I. 192.1 186.8 181.6 177.2 171.9 COP kW/kW 1.85 1.92 2.00 2.07 2.14

Table P7 - RTAD 165 Standard Efficiency

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 641.0 683.2 726.1 770.0 815.4 25 P kW .I. 178.5 186.0 193.6 201.7 210.0 COP kW/kW 3.25 3.34 3.42 3.49 3.56 C.C. kW 607.9 648.0 688.4 730.3 773.2 30 P kW .I. 192.3 200.0 207.9 216.2 224.8 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 35 COP COP kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW .I. 2.88 573.5 207.7 2.54 537.6 2.96 611.1 215.7 2.61 573.5 3.04 649.8 223.8 2.68 609.3 3.11 689.1 232.4 2.75 618.5 3.18 729.6 241.2 2.81 629.0 40 P kW .I. 224.9 233.1 241.6 234.9 228.1 COP kW/kW 2.21 2.28 2.35 2.45 2.56 C.C. kW 420.9 425.8 427.2 430.7 434.9 46 P kW .I. 209.2 203.3 196.6 191.3 185.9 COP kW/kW 1.85 1.92 1.99 2.06 2.13

Table P8 - RTAD 180 Standard Efficiency

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 687.4 732.4 777.7 824.5 872.3 25 P kW .I. 195.2 203.5 212.0 220.9 230.2 COP kW/kW 3.18 3.27 3.35 3.42 3.48 C.C. kW 652.6 695.1 738.4 782.3 828.0 30 P kW .I. 210.1 218.7 227.5 236.7 246.3 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 35 COP COP kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW .I. 2.83 616.4 226.9 2.50 578.4 2.91 656.4 235.7 2.57 616.4 2.98 697.2 244.9 2.63 654.7 3.05 739.1 254.5 2.69 663.1 3.11 782.0 264.5 2.75 670.2 40 P kW .I. 245.5 254.7 264.2 256.7 247.1 COP kW/kW 2.18 2.25 2.31 2.40 2.51 C.C. kW 452.9 459.9 463.8 469.7 474.0 46 P kW .I. 227.6 222.2 216.0 211.0 204.8 COP kW/kW 1.83 1.90 1.97 2.04 2.11

Notes : 1. Ratings based on sea level altitude and evaporator fouling factor of 0.0176 m² K/kW 2. Consult Trane representative for performance at temperatures outside of the ranges shown 3. P kW = compressor power input only. .I. 4. COP = Coefficient of Performance (kW/kW). Power input include compressors, condenser fans and control power. 5. Ratings are based on an evaporator temperature drop of 6°C. 6. Interpolation between points is permissible. Extrapolation is not permitted. 7. Above 40°C ambient, the units will have the High-Ambient option 8. Shaded area reflects Adaptive ControlTM Microprocessor control algorithms.

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Table P9 - RTAD 085 High Efficiency

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 35 40 COP COP COP COP C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW .I. .I. .I. .I. 317.9 72.2 3.84 299.6 77.6 3.40 280.6 83.8 2.98 261.2 90.8 2.58 339.3 75.0 3.96 320.0 80.5 3.52 299.9 86.8 3.09 279.2 93.8 2.68 361.4 77.9 4.08 341.1 83.5 3.63 320.0 89.8 3.19 297.8 96.9 2.78 384.3 81.0 4.20 362.5 86.6 3.74 340.4 93.0 3.29 317.1 100.2 2.88 407.5 84.2 4.30 384.7 89.9 3.84 361.4 96.3 3.39 337.2 103.5 2.97 25 30 46 C.C. kW 237.0 253.5 271.1 289.0 307.3 P kW .I. 100.3 103.4 106.6 109.9 113.3 COP kW/kW 2.15 2.24 2.32 2.41 2.49 C.C. kW 224.3 240.5 257.4 274.6 292.5 49 COP P kW kW/kW .I. 105.4 1.94 108.6 2.03 111.8 2.11 115.2 2.19 118.6 2.28

Table P10- RTAD 100 High Efficiency

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 35 40 COP COP COP COP C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW .I. .I. .I. .I. 374.8 84.7 3.79 353.4 91.1 3.36 331.6 98.4 2.95 308.7 106.5 2.57 399.8 87.8 3.92 377.3 94.3 3.48 354.1 101.7 3.07 330.2 110.0 2.67 425.8 91.1 4.05 401.9 97.6 3.60 377.6 105.1 3.18 352.3 113.5 2.77 452.5 94.5 4.17 427.6 101.1 3.71 401.9 108.7 3.28 375.5 117.2 2.87 479.9 98.0 4.28 453.6 104.7 3.82 426.5 112.4 3.38 399.1 121.0 2.96 25 30 46 C.C. kW 280.9 300.6 321.4 342.8 356.5 P kW .I. 117.6 121.2 124.9 128.7 128.5 COP kW/kW 2.14 2.24 2.32 2.41 2.51 C.C. kW 266.5 285.9 305.5 326.3 335.4 49 COP P kW kW/kW .I. 123.5 1.95 127.2 2.03 131.1 2.12 135.0 2.20 132.6 2.30

Table P11 - RTAD 115 High Efficiency

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 35 40 COP COP COP COP C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW .I. .I. .I. .I. 443.4 109.2 3.60 419.1 118.0 3.18 393.8 127.9 2.79 367.8 139.0 2.41 474.0 113.3 3.73 448.3 122.2 3.30 421.6 132.2 2.89 393.8 143.5 2.51 505.6 117.5 3.85 478.2 126.5 3.41 450.1 136.8 3.00 420.9 148.2 2.61 538.3 121.9 3.97 509.5 131.1 3.52 479.2 141.5 3.09 448.6 153.1 2.70 572.1 126.6 4.08 541.1 135.9 3.62 509.5 146.4 3.19 477.1 158.2 2.78 25 30 46 C.C. kW 335.8 359.7 370.6 375.5 380.8 P kW .I. 154.0 158.7 156.6 151.0 146.0 COP kW/kW 2.01 2.09 2.18 2.29 2.39 C.C. kW 319.3 340.7 346.0 352.0 356.5 49 COP P kW kW/kW .I. 162.2 1.82 166.1 1.90 161.1 1.99 156.1 2.08 151.3 2.17

Table P12 - RTAD 125 High Efficiency

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 25 C.C. kW P kW .I. 519.3 133.2 554.1 138.2 590.3 143.4 627.6 148.8 666.3 154.5 COP kW/kW 3.45 3.56 3.67 3.78 3.88 C.C. kW 490.8 524.2 558.7 594.2 630.8 30 P kW .I. 144.1 149.2 154.6 160.2 166.0 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 35 40 COP COP COP kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW .I. .I. 3.04 461.7 156.3 2.66 431.4 169.8 2.31 3.15 493.3 161.6 2.76 461.3 175.3 2.40 3.25 526.0 167.1 2.86 492.6 181.0 2.49 3.35 559.8 172.9 2.95 524.2 186.8 2.58 3.45 594.6 178.8 3.04 557.3 192.9 2.66 46 C.C. kW 387.8 391.7 398.7 405.8 410.7 P kW .I. 184.3 177.6 172.2 167.1 161.7 COP kW/kW 1.93 2.02 2.11 2.21 2.30 C.C. kW 360.4 366.0 372.3 377.3 383.2 49 COP P kW kW/k .I. 189.2 1.75 183.2 1.83 177.4 1.92 171.9 2.00 167.1 2.09

Notes : 1. Ratings based on sea level altitude and evaporator fouling factor of 0.0176 m² K/kW 2. Consult Trane representative for performance at temperatures outside of the ranges shown 3. P kW = compressor power input only. .I. 4. COP = Coefficient of Performance (kW/kW). Power input include compressors, condenser fans and control power. 5. Ratings are based on an evaporator temperature drop of 6°C. 6. Interpolation between points is permissible. Extrapolation is not permitted. 7. Above 40°C ambient, the units will have the High-Ambient option 8. Shaded area reflects Adaptive ControlTM Microprocessor control algorithms.

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Table P13 - RTAD 145 High Efficiency

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 25 C.C. kW P kW .I. 553.4 138.2 591.4 143.6 630.4 149.1 670.5 154.9 712.0 161.0 COP kW/kW 3.52 3.64 3.75 3.86 3.96 C.C. kW 524.9 561.2 598.1 636.4 676.1 30 P kW .I. 149.1 154.6 160.3 166.2 172.3 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 35 40 COP COP COP kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW .I. .I. 3.13 495.1 161.4 2.75 464.5 175.1 2.40 3.24 529.5 167.0 2.85 496.8 180.8 2.50 3.34 564.7 172.8 2.95 530.2 186.8 2.59 3.44 601.2 178.9 3.05 565.0 193.0 2.68 3.54 638.9 185.1 3.14 600.5 199.3 2.76 46 C.C. kW 426.5 444.8 447.6 453.2 459.5 P kW .I. 193.4 193.6 186.0 179.5 174.1 COP kW/kW 2.02 2.10 2.19 2.30 2.39 C.C. kW 406.8 415.2 419.5 424.4 430.0 49 COP P kW kW/kW .I. 203.4 1.84 198.8 1.92 191.9 2.00 185.5 2.09 179.8 2.18

Table P14- RTAD 150 High Efficiency

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 25 C.C. kW P kW .I. 594.6 153.2 634.6 159.3 675.4 165.6 717.3 172.3 760.5 179.2 COP kW/kW 3.42 3.52 3.62 3.72 3.81 C.C. kW 563.6 601.6 640.6 680.7 721.8 30 P kW .I. 164.9 171.1 177.7 184.4 191.5 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 35 40 COP COP COP kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW .I. .I. 3.04 531.6 178.1 2.68 498.6 192.9 2.34 3.14 567.8 184.6 2.77 532.7 199.5 2.43 3.23 604.8 191.2 2.86 567.5 206.3 2.51 3.32 642.7 198.1 2.94 603.4 213.3 2.59 3.41 681.8 205.2 3.03 640.3 220.6 2.66 46 C.C. kW 457.8 477.8 483.1 489.4 495.8 P kW .I. 212.9 213.8 206.7 199.7 193.6 COP kW/kW 1.97 2.05 2.13 2.23 2.33 C.C. kW 436.69 447.24 453.56 460.24 466.57 49 COP P kW kW/kW .I. 223.7 1.8 219.7 1.87 213.4 1.95 207.2 2.03 200.9 2.12

Notes : 1. Ratings based on sea level altitude and evaporator fouling factor of 0.0176 m² K/kW 2. Consult Trane representative for performance at temperatures outside of the ranges shown 3. P kW = compressor power input only. .I. 4. COP = Coefficient of Performance (kW/kW). Power input include compressors, condenser fans and control power. 5. Ratings are based on an evaporator temperature drop of 6°C. 6. Interpolation between points is permissible. Extrapolation is not permitted. 7. Above 40°C ambient, the units will have the High-Ambient option 8. Shaded area reflects Adaptive ControlTM Microprocessor control algorithms.

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Table P15 - RTAD 085 Standard Efficiency Low Noise

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 286.9 305.2 323.8 342.8 362.2 25 P kW .I. 79.8 83.0 86.4 90.0 93.7 COP kW/kW 3.28 3.36 3.44 3.51 3.57 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 269.3 86.4 2.87 251.0 93.8 286.6 89.8 2.94 267.2 97.3 304.1 93.3 3.02 283.7 101.0 322.1 97.0 3.08 300.6 104.8 340.4 100.8 3.14 317.9 108.7 40 COP kW/kW 2.48 2.55 2.62 2.68 2.74 C.C. kW 232.4 247.5 263.0 268.3 271.8 P kW .I. 102.0 105.6 109.4 106.4 102.0 COP kW/kW 2.13 2.19 2.26 2.36 2.49

Table P16- RTAD 100 Standard Efficiency Low Noise

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 343.5 365.0 386.8 409.3 432.1 25 P kW .I. 97.3 101.4 105.7 110.3 115.0 COP kW/kW 3.28 3.35 3.42 3.48 3.53 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 322.4 104.2 2.89 300.3 112.0 342.5 108.5 2.96 319.3 116.4 362.9 112.9 3.02 338.6 121.0 384.0 117.6 3.07 358.6 125.8 405.4 122.5 3.13 378.7 130.8 40 COP kW/kW 2.52 2.58 2.64 2.69 2.74 C.C. kW 278.1 295.7 301.0 305.2 310.5 P kW .I. 120.8 125.3 121.7 117.4 113.4 COP kW/kW 2.17 2.23 2.33 2.45 2.58

Table P17 - RTAD 115 Standard Efficiency Low Noise

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 405.0 429.3 453.9 478.5 503.5 25 P kW .I. 124.0 129.2 134.7 140.4 146.4 COP kW/kW 3.08 3.14 3.19 3.24 3.28 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 379.4 134.5 2.68 353.4 146.3 402.2 140.0 2.73 374.5 152.0 425.1 145.7 2.78 395.6 158.0 448.3 151.7 2.82 414.5 162.1 471.5 157.9 2.86 420.2 156.5 40 COP kW/kW 2.30 2.35 2.40 2.45 2.57 C.C. kW 318.9 323.1 328.4 331.9 336.1 P kW .I. 154.0 149.3 144.8 140.6 136.4 COP kW/kW 1.98 2.07 2.16 2.24 2.34

Table P18 - RTAD 125 Standard Efficiency Low Noise

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 459.2 484.5 510.5 536.2 562.2 25 P kW .I. 160.0 167.0 174.3 182.0 189.9 COP kW/kW 2.74 2.78 2.81 2.83 2.85 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 429.0 173.6 2.37 391.0 183.1 452.5 180.9 2.41 397.0 177.5 476.8 188.5 2.44 404.0 172.1 491.5 188.7 2.51 408.9 166.2 497.9 181.8 2.63 415.2 161.8 40 COP kW/kW 2.06 2.15 2.25 2.36 2.46 C.C. kW 311.2 315.4 320.3 323.1 327.3 P kW .I. 160.8 155.9 152.3 147.9 143.9 COP kW/kW 1.85 1.93 2.01 2.08 2.17

Notes : 1. Ratings based on sea level altitude and evaporator fouling factor of 0.0176 m² K/kW 2. Consult Trane representative for performance at temperatures outside of the ranges shown 3. P kW = compressor power input only. .I. 4. COP = Coefficient of Performance (kW/kW). Power input include compressors, condenser fans and control power. 5. Ratings are based on an evaporator temperature drop of 6°C. 6. Interpolation between points is permissible. Extrapolation is not permitted. 7. Above 40°C ambient, the units will have the High-Ambient option 8. Shaded area reflects Adaptive ControlTM Microprocessor control algorithms.

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Table P19 - RTAD 145 Standard Efficiency Low Noise

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 534.1 566.8 600.2 634.3 669.1 25 P kW .I. 158.5 165.3 172.3 179.6 187.1 COP kW/kW 3.15 3.22 3.28 3.33 3.38 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 502.4 171.6 2.76 470.1 186.0 533.4 178.5 2.82 499.3 193.1 565.0 185.8 2.88 526.7 199.3 597.0 193.3 2.93 530.9 191.4 629.4 201.0 2.97 535.8 183.5 40 COP kW/kW 2.39 2.45 2.51 2.63 2.76 C.C. kW 404.3 408.6 412.8 419.1 425.8 P kW .I. 182.2 175.7 169.8 165.0 161.3 COP kW/kW 2.10 2.20 2.29 2.39 2.48

Table P20- RTAD 150 Standard Efficiency Low Noise

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 570.7 605.1 639.6 674.7 710.2 25 P kW .I. 175.2 182.8 190.7 198.9 207.4 COP kW/kW 3.05 3.11 3.16 3.20 3.24 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 537.2 189.3 2.67 502.4 205.0 569.2 197.1 2.72 532.3 213.0 601.9 205.3 2.77 560.8 220.0 634.6 213.7 2.81 567.8 212.9 667.7 222.4 2.85 575.2 205.6 40 COP kW/kW 2.32 2.37 2.42 2.53 2.65 C.C. kW 436.0 442.3 446.5 453.6 456.7 P kW .I. 202.4 196.4 190.0 184.6 178.9 COP kW/kW 2.04 2.13 2.21 2.31 2.40

Table P21- RTAD 165 Standard Efficiency Low Noise

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 624.4 663.5 702.9 742.6 783.4 25 P kW .I. 191.5 200.0 208.8 218.1 227.6 COP kW/kW 3.05 3.11 3.17 3.21 3.26 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 589.6 206.9 2.68 554.1 224.0 626.6 215.7 2.74 588.6 233.1 663.5 224.8 2.79 615.7 237.9 701.1 234.3 2.84 621.3 229.3 739.4 244.2 2.88 633.6 223.8 40 COP kW/kW 2.34 2.39 2.46 2.57 2.68 C.C. kW 477.1 485.6 489.4 492.6 496.8 P kW .I. 219.1 213.7 206.6 199.4 194.0 COP kW/kW 2.06 2.15 2.23 2.32 2.40

Table P22 - RTAD 180 Standard Efficiency Low Noise

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 668.7 710.2 751.7 793.9 836.8 25 P kW .I. 209.9 219.4 229.2 239.5 250.3 COP kW/kW 2.98 3.04 3.09 3.13 3.16 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 632.5 226.6 2.63 594.6 245.2 671.2 236.5 2.68 630.8 255.4 710.2 246.7 2.72 656.1 259.1 750.0 257.4 2.76 663.8 251.2 790.1 268.6 2.80 673.3 242.9 40 COP kW/kW 2.29 2.34 2.40 2.51 2.62 C.C. kW 511.6 517.9 525.6 530.6 537.6 P kW .I. 239.0 231.9 226.5 220.0 215.0 COP kW/kW 2.02 2.11 2.19 2.27 2.35

Notes : 1. Ratings based on sea level altitude and evaporator fouling factor of 0.0176 m² K/kW 2. Consult Trane representative for performance at temperatures outside of the ranges shown 3. P kW = compressor power input only. .I. 4. COP = Coefficient of Performance (kW/kW). Power input include compressors, condenser fans and control power. 5. Ratings are based on an evaporator temperature drop of 6°C. 6. Interpolation between points is permissible. Extrapolation is not permitted. 7. Above 40°C ambient, the units will have the High-Ambient option 8. Shaded area reflects Adaptive ControlTM Microprocessor control algorithms.

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Table P23 - RTAD 085 High Efficiency Low Noise

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 305.9 330.5 351.3 372.3 393.8 25 P kW .I. 75.3 79.0 82.3 85.6 89.1 COP kW/kW 3.69 3.82 3.91 4.00 4.07 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 288.0 81.2 3.24 269.0 87.9 310.8 85.0 3.36 290.4 91.8 330.2 88.3 3.45 308.7 95.2 350.2 91.8 3.53 327.3 98.7 370.6 95.4 3.60 346.7 102.4 40 COP kW/kW 2.82 2.93 3.01 3.09 3.16 C.C. kW 249.3 269.3 286.6 304.1 322.4 P kW .I. 95.3 99.3 102.8 106.4 110.2 COP kW/kW 2.43 2.53 2.60 2.68 2.75

Table P24- RTAD 100 High Efficiency Low Noise

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 365.3 388.9 413.1 437.7 463.1 25 P kW .I. 89.3 92.8 96.4 100.2 104.2 COP kW/kW 3.68 3.78 3.88 3.97 4.06 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 343.5 96.3 3.24 321.0 104.1 366.0 99.9 3.33 342.1 107.9 388.9 103.7 3.43 363.9 111.8 412.1 107.6 3.51 386.1 115.9 436.3 111.7 3.59 408.6 120.1 40 COP kW/kW 2.82 2.91 3.00 3.08 3.15 C.C. kW 298.2 317.9 338.2 359.3 380.4 P kW .I. 112.9 116.8 120.8 125.0 129.4 COP kW/kW 2.43 2.52 2.60 2.67 2.74

Table P25- RTAD 115 High Efficiency Low Noise

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 434.2 463.1 492.6 522.8 553.8 25 P kW .I. 116.3 120.9 125.8 130.9 136.2 COP kW/kW 3.44 3.54 3.63 3.72 3.80 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 408.9 126.0 3.01 383.2 136.8 436.3 130.8 3.11 408.9 141.8 464.5 135.8 3.19 435.3 147.0 492.9 141.1 3.27 462.0 152.5 522.1 146.6 3.34 489.8 158.2 40 COP kW/kW 2.62 2.70 2.78 2.85 2.92 C.C. kW 356.5 380.8 405.4 421.9 427.6 P kW .I. 148.8 154.0 159.4 160.2 154.4 COP kW/kW 2.25 2.33 2.40 2.49 2.61

Table P26 - RTAD 125 High Efficiency Low Noise

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 506.7 539.4 572.8 607.2 642.4 25 P kW .I. 142.8 148.5 154.5 160.8 167.3 COP kW/kW 3.27 3.36 3.44 3.51 3.58 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 477.5 154.8 2.86 447.2 168.0 508.4 160.7 2.94 476.8 174.2 540.1 166.9 3.02 506.7 180.6 572.8 173.4 3.09 537.2 187.2 606.2 180.0 3.16 568.5 194.1 40 COP kW/kW 2.49 2.56 2.63 2.70 2.76 C.C. kW 416.7 444.1 448.6 456.7 462.0 P kW .I. 182.6 189.0 182.0 176.6 169.8 COP kW/kW 2.14 2.21 2.32 2.43 2.55

Notes : 1. Ratings based on sea level altitude and evaporator fouling factor of 0.0176 m² K/kW 2. Consult Trane representative for performance at temperatures outside of the ranges shown 3. P kW = compressor power input only. .I. 4. COP = Coefficient of Performance (kW/kW). Power input include compressors, condenser fans and control power. 5. Ratings are based on an evaporator temperature drop of 6°C. 6. Interpolation between points is permissible. Extrapolation is not permitted. 7. Above 40°C ambient, the units will have the High-Ambient option 8. Shaded area reflects Adaptive ControlTM Microprocessor control algorithms.

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Table P27 - RTAD 145 High Efficiency Low Noise

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 542.9 578.7 615.7 653.3 692.0 25 P kW .I. 146.8 152.8 159.1 165.6 172.4 COP kW/kW 3.39 3.48 3.57 3.65 3.73 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 513.3 158.8 2.98 482.8 172.2 547.4 165.0 3.07 514.7 178.6 582.3 171.4 3.16 547.8 185.2 617.8 178.1 3.23 581.6 192.0 654.3 185.1 3.30 616.0 199.2 40 COP kW/kW 2.61 2.69 2.77 2.84 2.91 C.C. kW 451.1 481.3 507.7 510.9 514.7 P kW .I. 186.9 193.5 197.8 189.8 181.8 COP kW/kW 2.26 2.33 2.41 2.52 2.65

Table P28- RTAD 150 High Efficiency Low Noise

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 581.9 619.9 658.2 697.2 737.0 25 P kW .I. 162.8 169.7 176.8 184.3 192.0 COP kW/kW 3.28 3.37 3.44 3.51 3.57 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 550.3 175.8 2.89 517.6 190.3 585.8 182.9 2.97 551.0 197.6 622.0 190.2 3.04 585.1 205.1 658.9 197.8 3.11 619.9 212.9 696.9 205.7 3.17 655.4 221.0 40 COP kW/kW 2.53 2.60 2.67 2.73 2.79 C.C. kW 483.5 514.7 540.1 548.1 554.8 P kW .I. 206.4 213.9 217.7 211.6 204.1 COP kW/kW 2.19 2.26 2.33 2.43 2.55

Notes : 1. Ratings based on sea level altitude and evaporator fouling factor of 0.0176 m² K/kW 2. Consult Trane representative for performance at temperatures outside of the ranges shown 3. P kW = compressor power input only. .I. 4. COP = Coefficient of Performance (kW/kW). Power input include compressors, condenser fans and control power. 5. Ratings are based on an evaporator temperature drop of 6°C. 6. Interpolation between points is permissible. Extrapolation is not permitted. 7. Above 40°C ambient, the units will have the High-Ambient option 8. Shaded area reflects Adaptive ControlTM Microprocessor control algorithms.

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Table P29 - RTAD 085 Standard Efficiency Low Noise Night Noise Set Back

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 273.2 289.4 305.5 321.7 338.2 25 P kW .I. 88.2 92.1 96.2 100.5 105.0 COP kW/kW 2.97 3.02 3.06 3.09 3.11 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 255.3 95.6 2.57 236.6 103.8 270.0 99.7 2.61 250.3 108.1 285.2 104.0 2.65 253.2 103.8 300.6 108.4 2.68 257.4 100.3 313.6 111.3 2.73 261.6 97.3 40 COP kW/kW 2.20 2.24 2.36 2.48 2.59 C.C. kW 195.1 198.3 200.8 203.2 206.7 P kW .I. 96.0 93.6 91.3 88.5 85.1 COP kW/kW 1.96 2.04 2.11 2.21 2.33

Table P30- RTAD 100 Standard Efficiency Low Noise Night Noise Set Back

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 334.0 359.3 380.4 401.9 423.7 25 P kW .I. 98.4 103.7 108.2 112.9 117.8 COP kW/kW 3.22 3.30 3.35 3.40 3.44 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 312.9 105.6 2.82 291.5 113.7 336.8 111.0 2.90 313.6 119.2 356.5 115.6 2.95 332.3 124.0 376.6 120.5 3.00 350.9 129.0 397.3 125.6 3.04 356.5 125.0 40 COP kW/kW 2.45 2.52 2.57 2.62 2.74 C.C. kW 269.7 277.8 282.0 285.5 290.1 P kW .I. 122.7 120.2 116.2 111.3 108.2 COP kW/kW 2.11 2.22 2.33 2.45 2.56

Table P31- RTAD 115 Standard Efficiency Low Noise Night Noise Set Back

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 397.7 420.5 443.7 466.9 490.5 25 P kW .I. 128.0 133.5 139.4 145.5 151.9 COP kW/kW 2.98 3.03 3.07 3.10 3.12 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 371.6 139.0 2.58 345.3 151.1 393.1 144.8 2.62 365.0 157.2 414.9 150.9 2.66 377.3 157.5 436.3 157.2 2.69 384.0 153.1 458.1 163.8 2.71 388.2 146.9 40 COP kW/kW 2.21 2.25 2.32 2.43 2.55 C.C. kW 293.2 297.5 300.6 304.1 309.4 P kW .I. 146.2 142.3 138.2 134.2 130.9 COP kW/kW 1.94 2.02 2.10 2.18 2.27

Table P32 - RTAD 125 Standard Efficiency Low Noise Night Noise Set Back

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 447.6 471.5 495.4 519.7 536.2 25 P kW .I. 166.1 173.6 181.5 189.7 191.6 COP kW/kW 2.61 2.64 2.66 2.67 2.73 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 417.0 180.2 2.25 359.7 173.1 439.5 188.0 2.28 366.0 167.8 447.9 184.0 2.37 370.9 162.7 453.6 177.2 2.49 376.9 158.4 459.9 170.9 2.61 381.8 154.1 40 COP kW/kW 2.02 2.12 2.21 2.30 2.40 C.C. kW 284.8 288.3 292.2 296.4 300.3 P kW .I. 153.5 149.8 146.3 142.8 138.5 COP kW/kW 1.80 1.86 1.93 2.00 2.09

Notes : 1. Ratings based on sea level altitude and evaporator fouling factor of 0.0176 m² K/kW 2. Consult Trane representative for performance at temperatures outside of the ranges shown 3. P kW = compressor power input only. .I. 4. COP = Coefficient of Performance (kW/kW). Power input include compressors, condenser fans and control power. 5. Ratings are based on an evaporator temperature drop of 6°C. 6. Interpolation between points is permissible. Extrapolation is not permitted. 7. Above 40°C ambient, the units will have the High-Ambient option 8. Shaded area reflects Adaptive ControlTM Microprocessor control algorithms.

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Table P33 - RTAD 145 Standard Efficiency Low Noise Night Noise Set Back

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 520.7 551.3 582.3 613.9 645.2 25 P kW .I. 167.1 174.5 182.2 190.2 198.5 COP kW/kW 2.99 3.04 3.08 3.12 3.14 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 488.7 180.9 2.60 434.2 182.4 517.6 188.6 2.65 438.8 176.0 544.3 195.2 2.70 443.4 169.9 548.9 187.4 2.83 450.8 165.5 553.8 179.5 2.97 454.6 159.5 40 COP kW/kW 2.30 2.40 2.51 2.62 2.74 C.C. kW 337.2 341.8 348.4 354.4 357.6 P kW .I. 159.9 155.9 153.3 150.1 145.4 COP kW/kW 2.02 2.10 2.18 2.26 2.35

Table P34- RTAD 150 Standard Efficiency Low Noise Night Noise Set Back

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 550.3 581.2 612.1 642.7 673.7 25 P kW .I. 191.3 200.0 209.1 218.5 228.3 COP kW/kW 2.78 2.81 2.84 2.85 2.87 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 515.8 206.9 2.41 456.7 207.0 544.3 215.9 2.45 463.4 200.9 567.5 221.0 2.49 469.4 195.0 574.2 213.5 2.61 476.8 189.9 583.3 207.5 2.72 482.0 184.0 40 COP kW/kW 2.14 2.23 2.33 2.43 2.53 C.C. kW 359.3 361.4 366.4 370.6 377.3 P kW .I. 182.5 177.5 173.9 169.5 165.9 COP kW/kW 1.90 1.96 2.03 2.10 2.19

Table P35- RTAD 165 Standard Efficiency Low Noise Night Noise Set Back

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 612.1 649.4 686.0 723.2 760.9 25 P kW .I. 200.2 209.5 219.1 229.1 239.6 COP kW/kW 2.93 2.98 3.02 3.05 3.07 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 577.0 216.5 2.57 522.1 223.2 611.4 226.1 2.61 529.5 217.0 646.2 236.1 2.65 538.7 211.5 657.8 231.3 2.75 542.2 203.9 668.4 224.8 2.87 547.8 197.6 40 COP kW/kW 2.26 2.35 2.45 2.56 2.66 C.C. kW 409.6 413.1 415.9 418.8 419.8 P kW .I. 196.5 191.2 186.2 180.7 174.7 COP kW/kW 2.00 2.07 2.14 2.22 2.29

Table P36 - RTAD 180 Standard Efficiency Low Noise Night Noise Set Back

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 651.2 689.5 727.1 765.4 804.1 25 P kW .I. 222.6 233.3 244.2 255.8 267.8 COP kW/kW 2.82 2.85 2.88 2.90 2.91 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 613.5 240.7 2.47 555.2 247.6 649.1 251.7 2.50 561.5 240.5 684.6 263.1 2.52 568.9 233.3 695.8 257.8 2.62 576.3 227.6 703.2 248.2 2.74 583.3 222.0 40 COP kW/kW 2.17 2.26 2.36 2.44 2.54 C.C. kW 439.2 444.8 447.6 454.3 459.5 P kW .I. 218.5 213.7 207.9 203.4 198.7 COP kW/kW 1.94 2.00 2.07 2.15 2.22

Notes : 1. Ratings based on sea level altitude and evaporator fouling factor of 0.0176 m² K/kW 2. Consult Trane representative for performance at temperatures outside of the ranges shown 3. P kW = compressor power input only. .I. 4. COP = Coefficient of Performance (kW/kW). Power input include compressors, condenser fans and control power. 5. Ratings are based on an evaporator temperature drop of 6°C. 6. Interpolation between points is permissible. Extrapolation is not permitted. 7. Above 40°C ambient, the units will have the High-Ambient option 8. Shaded area reflects Adaptive ControlTM Microprocessor control algorithms.

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Table P37 - RTAD 085 High Efficiency Low Noise Night Noise Set Back

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 307.3 326.6 346.7 367.1 387.8 25 P kW .I. 77.5 80.7 84.1 87.6 91.3 COP kW/kW 3.70 3.79 3.87 3.95 4.01 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 288.3 83.6 3.24 269.0 90.4 306.6 86.9 3.33 286.2 93.9 325.6 90.4 3.40 303.8 97.4 344.9 94.0 3.47 322.1 101.1 364.6 97.7 3.54 340.7 105.0 40 COP kW/kW 2.81 2.89 2.96 3.03 3.09 C.C. kW 248.9 265.1 281.6 298.9 316.1 P kW .I. 98.0 101.6 105.2 109.0 112.9 COP kW/kW 2.41 2.48 2.55 2.62 2.68

Table P38- RTAD 100 High Efficiency Low Noise Night Noise Set Back

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 353.4 375.2 397.0 419.5 442.3 25 P kW .I. 94.8 98.8 102.9 107.2 111.7 COP kW/kW 3.53 3.60 3.67 3.73 3.78 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 331.2 102.4 3.08 308.7 110.7 351.6 106.5 3.15 327.7 115.0 372.3 110.8 3.21 347.4 119.5 393.8 115.2 3.27 367.1 124.2 415.2 119.9 3.32 387.1 129.0 40 COP kW/kW 2.66 2.73 2.79 2.84 2.89 C.C. kW 285.5 303.4 315.0 320.0 325.6 P kW .I. 120.0 124.5 125.0 120.7 116.8 COP kW/kW 2.28 2.34 2.42 2.54 2.67

Table P39 RTAD 115 High Efficiency Low Noise Night Noise Set Back

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 430.0 458.1 487.0 516.2 546.0 25 P kW .I. 119.3 124.2 129.3 134.6 140.2 COP kW/kW 3.41 3.49 3.57 3.65 3.71 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 404.7 129.2 2.97 378.7 140.4 431.1 134.3 3.05 403.6 145.7 458.1 139.7 3.13 429.0 151.2 485.9 145.3 3.20 455.0 157.0 513.7 151.1 3.26 481.0 163.0 40 COP kW/kW 2.57 2.65 2.72 2.78 2.84 C.C. kW 352.0 375.2 385.7 392.4 395.9 P kW .I. 152.7 158.2 156.4 151.8 145.8 COP kW/kW 2.21 2.27 2.37 2.48 2.60

Table P40 - RTAD 125 High Efficiency Low Noise Night Noise Set Back

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 493.3 523.5 554.5 585.8 617.8 25 P kW .I. 152.2 158.7 165.5 172.5 179.9 COP kW/kW 3.10 3.16 3.22 3.27 3.31 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 463.4 165.1 2.70 432.8 179.2 491.9 171.8 2.76 459.5 186.2 521.1 178.8 2.81 475.7 186.3 550.6 186.1 2.86 482.0 179.9 580.5 193.7 2.90 489.1 173.8 40 COP kW/kW 2.33 2.38 2.47 2.58 2.71 C.C. kW 366.7 372.7 378.3 384.3 387.8 P kW .I. 172.2 166.9 162.3 157.8 152.9 COP kW/kW 2.05 2.15 2.24 2.34 2.43

Notes : 1. Ratings based on sea level altitude and evaporator fouling factor of 0.0176 m² K/kW 2. Consult Trane representative for performance at temperatures outside of the ranges shown 3. P kW = compressor power input only. .I. 4. COP = Coefficient of Performance (kW/kW). Power input include compressors, condenser fans and control power. 5. Ratings are based on an evaporator temperature drop of 6°C. 6. Interpolation between points is permissible. Extrapolation is not permitted. 7. Above 40°C ambient, the units will have the High-Ambient option 8. Shaded area reflects Adaptive ControlTM Microprocessor control algorithms.

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Table P41 - RTAD 085 High Efficiency Low Noise Night Noise Set Back

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 535.1 569.9 605.1 640.6 677.2 25 P kW .I. 152.5 159.0 165.7 172.7 180.0 COP kW/kW 3.32 3.40 3.47 3.54 3.60 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 505.3 165.1 2.91 474.3 179.1 538.0 171.8 2.99 504.9 186.0 571.0 178.7 3.05 536.2 193.1 604.8 185.9 3.11 560.5 196.4 639.2 193.4 3.17 566.4 189.4 40 COP kW/kW 2.53 2.60 2.66 2.74 2.87 C.C. kW 427.2 430.0 434.6 440.2 446.5 P kW .I. 186.2 178.9 172.7 167.5 162.4 COP kW/kW 2.20 2.30 2.40 2.50 2.62

Table P42- RTAD 100 High Efficiency Low Noise Night Noise Set Back

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 570.7 606.5 642.0 678.6 715.5 25 P kW .I. 171.1 178.6 186.4 194.6 203.1 COP kW/kW 3.18 3.24 3.30 3.34 3.38 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 538.3 185.0 2.78 504.6 200.4 571.7 192.8 2.84 535.8 208.4 605.5 200.8 2.89 567.5 216.7 639.6 209.2 2.94 592.8 221.0 674.4 217.9 2.98 601.2 214.5 40 COP kW/kW 2.42 2.47 2.52 2.59 2.70 C.C. kW 456.0 461.3 467.6 473.3 480.3 P kW .I. 208.8 202.0 196.1 190.2 184.5 COP kW/kW 2.10 2.19 2.29 2.39 2.49

Notes : 1. Ratings based on sea level altitude and evaporator fouling factor of 0.0176 m² K/kW 2. Consult Trane representative for performance at temperatures outside of the ranges shown 3. P kW = compressor power input only. .I. 4. COP = Coefficient of Performance (kW/kW). Power input include compressors, condenser fans and control power. 5. Ratings are based on an evaporator temperature drop of 6°C. 6. Interpolation between points is permissible. Extrapolation is not permitted. 7. Above 40°C ambient, the units will have the High-Ambient option 8. Shaded area reflects Adaptive ControlTM Microprocessor control algorithms.

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Table P43 - RTAD 085 Standard High External Static Pressure

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 286.6 304.8 323.5 342.8 362.2 25 P kW .I. 79.5 82.7 86.1 89.7 93.4 COP kW/kW 2.98 3.07 3.15 3.23 3.30 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 269.0 86.3 2.62 250.3 93.9 286.2 89.7 2.70 266.5 97.4 303.8 93.2 2.77 283.0 101.1 321.7 96.9 2.84 299.9 104.9 340.0 100.7 2.91 317.1 108.9 40 COP kW/kW 2.28 2.35 2.42 2.48 2.54 C.C. kW 231.4 246.5 260.9 264.8 269.0 P kW .I. 102.3 106.0 109.1 105.3 101.6 COP kW/kW 1.96 2.02 2.09 2.18 2.29

Table P44- RTAD 100 Standard High External Static Pressure

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 341.1 362.2 383.6 405.4 427.9 25 P kW .I. 98.2 102.4 106.8 111.4 116.3 COP kW/kW 2.98 3.05 3.12 3.18 3.23 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 318.9 105.5 2.62 296.4 113.8 338.6 109.9 2.69 314.7 118.4 359.0 114.5 2.75 333.7 123.1 379.4 119.3 2.81 353.0 128.1 400.5 124.3 2.86 361.8 126.3 40 COP kW/kW 2.29 2.35 2.40 2.45 2.55 C.C. kW 273.2 279.9 284.1 289.4 293.2 P kW .I. 123.1 120.8 116.8 113.1 109.2 COP kW/kW 1.97 2.05 2.15 2.25 2.35

Table P45 RTAD 115 Standard High External Static Pressure

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 401.9 425.8 449.7 474.0 498.2 25 P kW .I. 125.3 130.7 136.3 142.2 148.4 COP kW/kW 2.84 2.90 2.95 3.00 3.03 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 375.5 136.5 2.46 348.1 149.0 397.7 142.2 2.52 368.5 155.0 419.8 148.1 2.56 389.2 161.2 442.3 154.3 2.60 394.9 156.1 464.8 160.7 2.64 401.2 151.0 40 COP kW/kW 2.11 2.16 2.20 2.30 2.41 C.C. kW 300.3 305.2 308.4 312.6 316.4 P kW .I. 148.4 144.2 140.4 136.5 132.2 COP kW/kW 1.83 1.91 1.98 2.06 2.14

Table P46 - RTAD 125 Standard High External Static Pressure

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 454.6 479.6 504.6 529.5 554.5 25 P kW .I. 162.2 169.4 177.0 184.9 193.2 COP kW/kW 2.55 2.59 2.62 2.64 2.66 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 423.0 176.7 2.20 372.3 177.4 445.8 184.3 2.23 379.0 172.6 465.5 189.2 2.27 384.7 166.9 472.2 183.1 2.38 389.9 161.9 477.5 175.6 2.50 393.4 156.0 40 COP kW/kW 1.93 2.01 2.11 2.20 2.29 C.C. kW 291.8 295.7 299.9 303.4 307.3 P kW .I. 155.6 151.3 148.0 144.1 140.0 COP kW/kW 1.71 1.77 1.83 1.90 1.98

Notes : 1. Ratings based on sea level altitude and evaporator fouling factor of 0.0176 m² K/kW 2. Consult Trane representative for performance at temperatures outside of the ranges shown 3. P kW = compressor power input only. .I. 4. COP = Coefficient of Performance (kW/kW). Power input include compressors, condenser fans and control power. 5. Ratings are based on an evaporator temperature drop of 6°C. 6. Interpolation between points is permissible. Extrapolation is not permitted. 7. Above 40°C ambient, the units will have the High-Ambient option 8. Shaded area reflects Adaptive ControlTM Microprocessor control algorithms.

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Table P47 - RTAD 145 Standard High External Static Pressure

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 532.7 565.4 598.8 632.9 667.3 25 P kW .I. 158.7 165.5 172.6 179.9 187.5 COP kW/kW 2.91 2.98 3.05 3.11 3.16 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 500.3 172.3 2.55 467.3 187.3 531.3 179.3 2.62 496.1 194.6 562.6 186.6 2.68 523.2 200.9 594.2 194.3 2.73 527.4 193.0 626.2 202.2 2.78 532.3 185.0 40 COP kW/kW 2.22 2.28 2.33 2.44 2.56 C.C. kW 397.0 400.1 405.8 411.7 418.1 P kW .I. 181.5 174.7 169.6 164.7 161.1 COP kW/kW 1.94 2.02 2.10 2.19 2.27

Table P48- RTAD 150 Standard High External Static Pressure

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 571.0 605.1 639.9 675.4 710.9 25 P kW .I. 174.5 182.0 189.9 198.0 206.5 COP kW/kW 2.84 2.90 2.96 3.01 3.05 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 536.5 189.0 2.49 501.0 205.3 568.5 196.9 2.55 530.9 213.4 601.2 205.0 2.60 556.9 219.1 633.9 213.4 2.65 566.1 213.2 667.3 222.2 2.69 573.5 205.9 40 COP kW/kW 2.17 2.22 2.28 2.37 2.48 C.C. kW 429.7 434.6 440.2 447.2 451.8 P kW .I. 200.7 194.2 188.7 183.2 178.6 COP kW/kW 1.90 1.98 2.05 2.14 2.21

Table P49 RTAD 165 Standard High External Static Pressure

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 619.5 658.9 698.3 738.4 778.8 25 P kW .I. 184.2 192.4 200.8 209.7 218.9 COP kW/kW 2.90 2.97 3.04 3.09 3.14 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 585.1 199.5 2.56 548.9 216.5 621.6 208.0 2.63 583.0 225.4 658.6 216.8 2.68 617.4 234.5 696.2 226.0 2.73 626.2 228.1 734.1 235.6 2.78 636.4 221.6 40 COP kW/kW 2.24 2.30 2.35 2.44 2.55 C.C. kW 479.2 487.3 492.2 496.5 499.3 P kW .I. 216.5 211.1 204.5 197.8 191.5 COP kW/kW 1.96 2.04 2.12 2.20 2.27

Table P50 - RTAD 180 Standard High External Static Pressure

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 665.2 707.1 748.9 791.5 834.4 25 P kW .I. 201.0 210.0 219.3 229.1 239.4 COP kW/kW 2.86 2.92 2.98 3.04 3.08 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 35 COP C.C. kW P kW .I. kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. 628.7 217.5 2.52 590.7 235.9 667.7 226.9 2.59 626.9 245.7 706.7 236.6 2.64 663.5 255.9 746.8 246.9 2.69 671.9 248.7 787.2 257.6 2.73 681.8 241.3 40 COP kW/kW 2.21 2.27 2.31 2.40 2.51 C.C. kW 515.1 520.0 527.4 535.5 540.8 P kW .I. 235.1 227.3 221.6 216.7 210.8 COP kW/kW 1.94 2.02 2.09 2.16 2.24

Notes : 1. Ratings based on sea level altitude and evaporator fouling factor of 0.0176 m² K/kW 2. Consult Trane representative for performance at temperatures outside of the ranges shown 3. P kW = compressor power input only. .I. 4. COP = Coefficient of Performance (kW/kW). Power input include compressors, condenser fans and control power. 5. Ratings are based on an evaporator temperature drop of 6°C. 6. Interpolation between points is permissible. Extrapolation is not permitted. 7. Above 40°C ambient, the units will have the High-Ambient option 8. Shaded area reflects Adaptive ControlTM Microprocessor control algorithms.

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Table P51 - RTAD 085 High Efficiency

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 35 40 COP COP COP COP C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW .I. .I. .I. .I. 308.7 76.5 3.32 289.7 82.7 2.93 269.7 89.6 2.55 249.3 97.4 2.20 328.8 79.6 3.42 308.4 85.9 3.02 287.3 93.0 2.64 265.8 100.9 2.28 349.1 82.9 3.52 327.7 89.3 3.11 305.5 96.5 2.72 282.7 104.5 2.35 369.9 86.3 3.61 347.4 92.8 3.19 323.8 100.1 2.79 299.9 108.2 2.42 391.3 89.9 3.69 367.4 96.4 3.27 342.8 103.9 2.86 317.5 112.1 2.49 25 30 46 C.C. kW 237.0 253.5 271.1 289.0 307.3 P kW .I. 100.3 103.4 106.6 109.9 113.3 COP kW/kW 2.15 2.24 2.32 2.41 2.49 C.C. kW 224.3 240.5 257.4 274.6 292.5 49 COP P kW kW/kW .I. 105.4 1.94 108.6 2.03 111.8 2.11 115.2 2.19 118.6 2.28

Table P52- RTAD 100 High Efficiency

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 35 40 COP COP COP COP C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW .I. .I. .I. .I. 365.0 89.1 3.29 343.2 96.2 2.91 320.3 104.3 2.55 296.8 113.3 2.21 388.9 92.6 3.40 365.3 99.8 3.01 341.4 108.0 2.64 316.4 117.2 2.29 413.1 96.2 3.50 388.5 103.6 3.11 362.9 111.9 2.73 336.8 121.3 2.37 438.1 99.9 3.60 411.7 107.5 3.19 385.0 116.0 2.81 357.6 125.5 2.44 463.4 103.9 3.69 436.0 111.6 3.28 407.9 120.2 2.89 379.0 129.9 2.51 25 30 46 C.C. kW 280.9 300.6 321.4 342.8 364.6 P kW .I. 117.6 121.2 124.9 128.7 132.7 COP kW/kW 2.14 2.24 2.32 2.41 2.50 C.C. kW 266.5 285.9 305.5 326.3 335.4 49 COP P kW kW/kW .I. 123.5 1.95 127.2 2.03 131.1 2.12 135.0 2.20 132.6 2.30

Table P53 - RTAD 115 High Efficiency

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 35 40 COP COP COP COP C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW .I. .I. .I. .I. 432.1 117.1 3.11 406.5 127.2 2.74 380.1 138.5 2.38 352.7 151.1 2.05 460.6 121.8 3.21 433.5 132.1 2.83 405.4 143.7 2.46 376.2 156.6 2.12 490.1 126.7 3.31 461.0 137.2 2.91 431.1 149.1 2.54 397.3 160.3 2.20 520.4 131.9 3.39 489.4 142.6 2.99 457.8 154.7 2.61 402.6 155.1 2.29 551.0 137.3 3.47 518.3 148.3 3.06 484.5 160.5 2.67 407.5 148.8 2.40 25 30 46 C.C. kW 335.8 359.7 384.7 410.3 431.1 P kW .I. 154.0 158.7 163.6 168.7 170.9 COP kW/kW 2.01 2.09 2.18 2.26 2.34 C.C. kW 319.3 340.7 346.0 352.0 356.5 49 COP P kW kW/kW .I. 162.2 1.82 166.1 1.90 161.1 1.99 156.1 2.08 151.3 2.17

Table P54 - RTAD 125 High Efficiency

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 35 40 COP COP COP COP C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW .I. .I. .I. .I. 506.3 142.3 2.99 476.4 154.6 2.63 446.2 168.3 2.29 414.5 183.3 1.98 539.0 148.0 3.08 507.7 160.5 2.71 475.4 174.4 2.37 437.4 187.2 2.05 572.8 153.9 3.17 539.4 166.7 2.79 505.3 180.8 2.44 444.4 181.4 2.14 607.6 160.1 3.25 572.1 173.1 2.87 535.8 187.5 2.51 449.3 174.4 2.24 642.7 166.6 3.33 605.5 179.8 2.94 567.1 194.4 2.58 455.7 168.6 2.34 25 30 46 C.C. kW 394.5 422.3 451.1 458.1 466.2 P kW .I. 187.8 193.5 199.4 193.2 187.3 COP kW/kW 1.93 2.01 2.09 2.19 2.29 C.C. kW 360.4 366.0 372.3 377.3 383.2 49 COP P kW kW/kW .I. 189.2 1.75 183.2 1.83 177.4 1.92 171.9 2.00 167.1 2.09

Notes : 1. Ratings based on sea level altitude and evaporator fouling factor of 0.0176 m² K/kW 2. Consult Trane representative for performance at temperatures outside of the ranges shown 3. P kW = compressor power input only. .I. 4. COP = Coefficient of Performance (kW/kW). Power input include compressors, condenser fans and control power. 5. Ratings are based on an evaporator temperature drop of 6°C. 6. Interpolation between points is permissible. Extrapolation is not permitted. 7. Above 40°C ambient, the units will have the High-Ambient option 8. Shaded area reflects Adaptive ControlTM Microprocessor control algorithms.

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Table P55 - RTAD 145 High Efficiency

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 35 40 COP COP COP COP C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW .I. .I. .I. .I. 541.5 146.9 3.07 511.6 159.2 2.71 480.6 173.1 2.38 447.9 188.4 2.07 577.7 152.9 3.17 545.7 165.5 2.80 512.3 179.5 2.46 478.2 195.1 2.14 614.3 159.2 3.26 580.1 172.0 2.89 545.0 186.2 2.54 499.3 196.9 2.22 651.9 165.7 3.34 616.0 178.7 2.97 578.7 193.2 2.61 502.4 188.7 2.32 690.5 172.5 3.42 652.2 185.7 3.04 612.8 200.4 2.68 506.0 180.5 2.42 25 30 46 COP kW/kW 2.02 2.10 2.19 2.30 2.39 49 COP kW/kW 1.81 1.88 1.96 2.03 2.11

C.C. kW 426.5 444.8 447.6 453.2 459.5

P kW .I. 193.4 193.6 186.0 179.5 174.1

C.C. kW 347.0 352.3 357.9 364.3 369.2

P kW .I. 174.1 169.4 164.8 161.1 157.1

Table P56 - RTAD 150 High Efficiency

LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 35 40 COP COP COP COP C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW .I. .I. .I. .I. 581.6 162.3 2.99 549.6 175.6 2.65 515.8 190.6 2.32 481.3 207.2 2.02 619.5 169.1 3.08 585.1 182.7 2.73 549.2 197.8 2.40 512.6 214.7 2.09 657.8 176.2 3.16 621.3 190.0 2.80 583.3 205.4 2.47 533.0 215.9 2.16 697.2 183.6 3.23 658.2 197.6 2.87 618.1 213.2 2.53 540.8 209.7 2.25 737.0 191.3 3.30 695.8 205.5 2.94 653.6 221.3 2.59 547.1 201.9 2.35 25 30 46 COP kW/kW 1.97 2.05 2.13 2.23 2.33 49 COP kW/kW 1.77 1.84 1.92 1.99 2.06

C.C. kW 457.8 477.8 483.1 489.4 495.8

P kW .I. 212.9 213.8 206.7 199.7 193.6

C.C. kW 377.27 384.3 390.28 392.74 398.36

P kW .I. 192.9 188.6 183.5 178.2 174.1

Notes : 1. Ratings based on sea level altitude and evaporator fouling factor of 0.0176 m² K/kW 2. Consult Trane representative for performance at temperatures outside of the ranges shown 3. P kW = compressor power input only. .I. 4. COP = Coefficient of Performance (kW/kW). Power input include compressors, condenser fans and control power. 5. Ratings are based on an evaporator temperature drop of 6°C. 6. Interpolation between points is permissible. Extrapolation is not permitted. 7. Above 40°C ambient, the units will have the High-Ambient option 8. Shaded area reflects Adaptive ControlTM Microprocessor control algorithms.

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Table P57 - RTAD 085 High Efficiency High Ambient

30 LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 299.6 320.0 341.1 362.5 384.7 P kW .I. 77.6 80.5 83.5 86.6 89.9 COP kW/kW 3.40 3.52 3.63 3.74 3.84 C.C. kW 280.6 299.9 320.0 340.4 361.4 35 P kW .I. 83.8 86.8 89.8 93.0 96.3 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 40 COP COP kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW .I. 2.98 261.2 90.8 2.58 237.0 3.09 279.2 93.8 2.68 253.5 3.19 297.8 96.9 2.78 271.1 3.29 317.1 100.2 2.88 289.0 3.39 337.2 103.5 2.97 307.3 46 P kW .I. 100.3 103.4 106.6 109.9 113.3 COP kW/kW 2.15 2.24 2.32 2.41 2.49 C.C. kW 224.3 240.5 257.4 274.6 292.5 49 P kW .I. 105.4 108.6 111.8 115.2 118.6 COP kW/kW 1.94 2.03 2.11 2.19 2.28

Table P58 - RTAD 100 High Efficiency High Ambient

30 LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 353.4 377.3 401.9 427.6 453.6 P kW .I. 91.1 94.3 97.6 101.1 104.7 COP kW/kW 3.36 3.48 3.60 3.71 3.82 C.C. kW 331.6 354.1 377.6 401.9 426.5 35 P kW .I. 98.4 101.7 105.1 108.7 112.4 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 40 COP COP kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW .I. 2.95 308.7 106.5 2.57 280.9 3.07 330.2 110.0 2.67 300.6 3.18 352.3 113.5 2.77 321.4 3.28 375.5 117.2 2.87 342.8 3.38 399.1 121.0 2.96 364.6 46 P kW .I. 117.6 121.2 124.9 128.7 132.7 COP kW/kW 2.14 2.24 2.32 2.41 2.50 C.C. kW 266.5 285.9 305.5 326.3 335.4 49 P kW .I. 123.5 127.2 131.1 135.0 132.6 COP kW/kW 1.95 2.03 2.12 2.20 2.30

Table P59 - RTAD 115 High Efficiency High Ambient

30 LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 419.1 448.3 478.2 509.5 541.1 P kW .I. 118.0 122.2 126.5 131.1 135.9 COP kW/kW 3.18 3.30 3.41 3.52 3.62 C.C. kW 393.8 421.6 450.1 479.2 509.5 35 P kW .I. 127.9 132.2 136.8 141.5 146.4 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 40 COP COP kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW .I. 2.79 367.8 139.0 2.41 335.8 2.89 393.8 143.5 2.51 359.7 3.00 420.9 148.2 2.61 384.7 3.09 448.6 153.1 2.70 410.3 3.19 477.1 158.2 2.78 431.1 46 P kW .I. 154.0 158.7 163.6 168.7 170.9 COP kW/kW 2.01 2.09 2.18 2.26 2.34 C.C. kW 319.3 340.7 346.0 352.0 356.5 49 P kW .I. 162.2 166.1 161.1 156.1 151.3 COP kW/kW 1.82 1.90 1.99 2.08 2.17

Table P60 - RTAD 125 High Efficiency High Ambient

30 LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 490.8 524.2 558.7 594.2 630.8 P kW .I. 144.1 149.2 154.6 160.2 166.0 COP kW/kW 3.04 3.15 3.25 3.35 3.45 C.C. kW 461.7 493.3 526.0 559.8 594.6 35 P kW .I. 156.3 161.6 167.1 172.9 178.8 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 40 COP COP kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW .I. 2.66 431.4 169.8 2.31 394.5 2.76 461.3 175.3 2.40 422.3 2.86 492.6 181.0 2.49 451.1 2.95 524.2 186.8 2.58 458.1 3.04 557.3 192.9 2.66 466.2 46 P kW .I. 187.8 193.5 199.4 193.2 187.3 COP kW/kW 1.93 2.01 2.09 2.19 2.29 C.C. kW 360.4 366.0 372.3 377.3 383.2 49 P kW .I. 189.2 183.2 177.4 171.9 167.1 COP kW/kW 1.75 1.83 1.92 2.00 2.09

Notes : 1. Ratings based on sea level altitude and evaporator fouling factor of 0.0176 m² K/kW 2. Consult Trane representative for performance at temperatures outside of the ranges shown 3. P kW = compressor power input only. .I. 4. COP = Coefficient of Performance (kW/kW). Power input include compressors, condenser fans and control power. 5. Ratings are based on an evaporator temperature drop of 6°C. 6. Interpolation between points is permissible. Extrapolation is not permitted. 7. Above 40°C ambient, the units will have the High-Ambient option 8. Shaded area reflects Adaptive ControlTM Microprocessor control algorithms.

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Table P61 - RTAD 145 High Efficiency High Ambient

Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 30 COP LWT °C C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW .I. 5 524.6 149.1 3.12 495.1 7 561.2 154.6 3.24 529.5 9 598.1 160.3 3.34 564.7 11 636.4 166.2 3.44 601.2 13 676.1 172.3 3.54 638.9 35 P kW .I. 161.4 167.0 172.8 178.9 185.1 COP kW/kW 2.75 2.85 2.95 3.05 3.14 C.C. kW 464.5 496.8 530.2 565.0 600.5 40 P kW .I. 175.1 180.8 186.8 193.0 199.3 COP kW/kW 2.40 2.50 2.59 2.68 2.76 C.C. kW 426.5 456.4 487.7 517.2 523.5 46 P kW .I. 193.4 199.3 205.5 210.5 203.4 COP kW/kW 2.02 2.10 2.18 2.27 2.37 C.C. kW 406.8 415.2 419.5 424.4 430.0 49 P kW .I. 203.4 198.8 191.9 185.5 179.8 COP kW/kW 1.84 1.92 2.00 2.09 2.18

Table P62 - RTAD 150 High Efficiency High Ambient

30 LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 563.6 601.6 640.6 680.7 721.8 P kW .I. 164.9 171.1 177.7 184.4 191.5 COP kW/kW 3.04 3.14 3.23 3.32 3.41 C.C. kW 531.6 567.8 604.8 642.7 681.8 35 P kW .I. 178.1 184.6 191.2 198.1 205.2 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 40 COP COP kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW .I. 2.68 498.6 192.9 2.34 457.8 2.77 532.7 199.5 2.43 489.1 2.86 567.5 206.3 2.51 521.4 2.94 603.4 213.3 2.59 552.4 3.03 640.3 220.6 2.66 560.8 46 P kW .I. 212.9 219.6 226.6 232.4 225.9 COP kW/kW 1.97 2.05 2.12 2.19 2.29 C.C. kW 436.7 447.2 453.6 460.2 466.6 49 P kW .I. 223.7 219.7 213.4 207.2 200.9 COP kW/kW 1.80 1.87 1.95 2.03 2.12

Table P63 - RTAD 165 Standard Efficiency High Ambient

30 LWT °C 5 7 9 11 13 C.C. kW 604.1 644.5 684.9 726.8 769.7 P kW .I. 185.1 192.5 200.1 208.0 216.2 COP kW/kW 2.97 3.05 3.13 3.21 3.28 C.C. kW 570.3 608.3 646.6 686.0 726.4 35 P kW .I. 199.9 207.5 215.3 223.5 232.0 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 40 COP COP kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW .I. 2.61 535.1 216.4 2.28 488.7 2.69 570.7 224.3 2.35 496.8 2.77 606.9 232.3 2.42 502.8 2.84 644.1 240.7 2.49 511.2 2.90 682.1 249.5 2.55 516.5 46 P kW .I. 237.2 231.7 224.4 218.7 211.9 COP kW/kW 1.92 1.99 2.08 2.16 2.25 C.C. kW 402.6 406.1 407.9 411.0 414.9 49 P kW .I. 214.1 207.6 201.0 195.7 190.4 COP kW/kW 1.74 1.80 1.86 1.92 1.99

Table P64 - RTAD 180 Standard Efficiency High Ambient

46 COP COP LWT °C C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW P kW .I. .I. P kW kW/kW .I. 5 648.7 202.2 2.91 613.2 218.3 258.5 1.89 7 691.6 210.4 3.00 653.3 226.7 252.4 1.97 9 734.5 218.9 3.07 694.1 235.5 244.3 2.05 11 778.8 227.7 3.14 735.9 244.6 238.5 2.13 13 824.2 236.9 3.21 778.8 254.2 231.3 2.21 Notes : 1. Ratings based on sea level altitude and evaporator fouling factor of 0.0176 m² K/kW 2. Consult Trane representative for performance at temperatures outside of the ranges shown 3. P kW = compressor power input only. .I. 4. COP = Coefficient of Performance (kW/kW). Power input include compressors, condenser fans and control power. 5. Ratings are based on an evaporator temperature drop of 6°C. 6. Interpolation between points is permissible. Extrapolation is not permitted. 7. Above 40°C ambient, the units will have the High-Ambient option 8. Shaded area reflects Adaptive ControlTM Microprocessor control algorithms. 30 35 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 40 COP COP kW/kW C.C. kW P kW kW/kW C.C. kW .I. 2.57 575.9 236.1 2.25 526.7 2.65 613.5 244.9 2.32 534.4 2.72 651.9 254.0 2.38 539.7 2.78 691.3 263.5 2.44 549.2 2.84 731.7 273.4 2.50 553.4 49 C.C. kW 433.5 439.2 443.4 448.6 455.3 P kW .I. 232.7 226.7 220.7 215.6 210.5 COP kW/kW 1.72 1.78 1.85 1.91 1.98

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Table P65 - RTAD 085 High Efficiency High Ambient

LWT °F 41 44 45 46 48 C.C. Ton 85.2 90.0 91.7 93.3 96.6 86 P kW .I. 77.6 80.0 80.8 81.6 83.3 EER 11.6 11.9 12.1 12.2 12.4 C.C. Ton 79.8 84.4 85.9 87.5 90.6 95 P kW .I. 83.8 86.3 87.1 87.9 89.6 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 104 EER C.C. Ton P kW .I. EER C.C. Ton 10.2 74.3 90.8 8.8 68.5 10.5 78.5 93.3 9.1 72.5 10.6 80.0 94.2 9.2 73.9 10.7 81.5 95.0 9.3 75.3 10.9 84.4 96.8 9.5 78.1 113 P kW .I. 98.6 101.2 102.0 102.9 104.7 EER 7.6 7.8 7.9 8.0 8.2 C.C. Ton 64.0 67.8 69.1 70.4 73.0 120 P kW .I. 105.2 107.8 108.7 109.6 111.4 EER 6.7 6.9 7.0 7.1 7.2

Table P66 - RTAD 100 High Efficiency High Ambient

LWT °F 41 44 45 46 48 C.C. Ton 100.5 106.2 108.1 110.0 114.0 86 P kW .I. 91.1 93.8 94.7 95.6 97.5 EER 11.5 11.8 11.9 12.1 12.3 C.C. Ton 94.3 99.6 101.5 103.3 107.0 95 P kW .I. 98.4 101.1 102.1 103.0 104.9 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 104 EER C.C. Ton P kW .I. EER C.C. Ton 10.1 87.8 106.5 8.8 81.2 10.4 92.9 109.4 9.1 86.0 10.5 94.6 110.4 9.2 87.6 10.6 96.4 111.3 9.3 89.2 10.8 99.9 113.3 9.4 92.6 113 P kW .I. 115.6 118.6 119.6 120.6 122.7 EER 7.6 7.8 7.9 8.0 8.2 C.C. Ton 76.0 80.5 82.1 83.6 86.8 120 P kW .I. 123.3 126.4 127.4 128.5 130.6 EER 6.7 6.9 7.0 7.1 7.2

Table P67 - RTAD 115 High Efficiency High Ambient

LWT °F 41 44 45 46 48 C.C. Ton 119.2 126.1 128.4 130.8 135.6 86 P kW .I. 118.0 121.4 122.6 123.8 126.3 EER 10.9 11.2 11.3 11.4 11.6 C.C. Ton 112.0 118.6 120.8 123.0 127.5 95 P kW .I. 127.9 131.5 132.7 134.0 136.5 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 104 EER C.C. Ton P kW .I. EER C.C. Ton 9.5 104.6 139.0 8.2 97.0 9.8 110.8 142.7 8.5 102.8 9.9 112.9 144.0 8.6 104.8 10.0 115.0 145.3 8.7 106.7 10.2 119.2 147.9 8.9 110.7 113 P kW .I. 151.4 155.3 156.6 157.9 160.6 EER 7.1 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.7 C.C. Ton 91.0 96.5 97.9 98.3 99.2 120 P kW .I. 161.9 165.9 166.4 165.1 162.4 EER 6.2 6.5 6.5 6.6 6.8

Table P68 - RTAD 125 High Efficiency High Ambient

LWT °F 41 44 45 46 48 C.C. Ton 139.6 147.5 150.1 152.8 158.3 86 P kW .I. 144.1 148.4 149.8 151.3 154.3 EER 10.4 10.7 10.8 10.9 11.1 C.C. Ton 131.3 138.8 141.3 143.9 149.1 95 P kW .I. 156.3 160.7 162.2 163.7 166.8 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 104 EER C.C. Ton P kW .I. EER C.C. Ton 9.1 122.7 169.8 7.9 113.9 9.4 129.8 174.4 8.2 120.6 9.5 132.2 175.9 8.2 122.9 9.6 134.6 177.5 8.3 125.2 9.7 139.6 180.6 8.5 129.8 113 P kW .I. 184.7 189.4 191.0 192.6 195.8 EER 6.8 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 C.C. Ton 103.4 104.4 105.1 105.8 106.4 120 P kW .I. 190.0 184.5 183.4 182.1 178.2 EER 6.0 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.6

Notes : 1. Ratings based on sea level altitude and evaporator fouling factor of 0.00010 ft² °F hr/Btu 2. Consult Trane representative for performance at temperatures outside of the ranges shown 3. P kW = compressor power input only. .I. 4. EER = Energy Efficiency Ratio (Btu/watt-hour). Power input includes compressors, condenser fans and control power. 5. Ratings are based on an evaporator temperature drop of 10.8°F . 6. Interpolation between points is permissible. Extrapolation is not permitted. 7. Above 104°F ambient, the units will have the High-Ambient option 8. Shaded area reflects Adaptive ControlTM Microprocessor control algorithms.

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Table P69 - RTAD 145 High Efficiency High Ambient

LWT °F 41 44 45 46 48 C.C. Ton 149.2 157.8 160.7 163.6 169.5 86 P kW .I. 149.1 153.6 155.2 156.8 159.9 EER 10.7 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.4 C.C. Ton 140.8 148.9 151.7 154.4 160.0 95 P kW .I. 161.4 166.0 167.6 169.2 172.5 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 104 EER C.C. Ton P kW .I. EER C.C. Ton 9.4 132.1 175.1 8.2 123.1 9.7 139.7 179.8 8.5 130.3 9.8 142.3 181.5 8.6 132.8 9.9 145.0 183.1 8.6 135.2 10.1 150.3 186.4 8.8 140.2 113 P kW .I. 190.2 195.1 196.8 198.5 201.9 EER 7.1 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.7 C.C. Ton 115.9 118.9 119.2 119.5 119.8 120 P kW .I. 203.0 201.0 199.0 197.0 192.5 EER 6.3 6.5 6.6 6.7 6.8

Table P70 - RTAD 150 High Efficiency High Ambient

LWT °F 41 44 45 46 48 C.C. Ton 160.3 169.3 172.3 175.4 181.6 86 P kW .I. 164.9 170.1 171.9 173.6 177.3 EER 10.4 10.7 10.8 10.8 11.0 C.C. Ton 151.2 159.7 162.6 165.5 171.4 95 P kW .I. 178.1 183.5 185.3 187.1 190.8 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 104 EER C.C. Ton P kW .I. EER C.C. Ton 9.1 141.8 192.9 8.0 132.1 9.4 149.9 198.4 8.2 139.7 9.5 152.6 200.3 8.3 142.2 9.6 155.3 202.1 8.4 144.8 9.7 160.8 205.9 8.5 150.0 113 P kW .I. 209.4 215.0 216.9 218.8 222.6 EER 6.9 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 C.C. Ton 124.5 127.9 128.3 128.8 129.5 120 P kW .I. 223.3 221.9 220.0 218.1 214.0 EER 6.2 6.4 6.4 6.5 6.7

Table P71 - RTAD 165 Standard Efficiency High Ambient

LWT °F 41 44 45 46 48 C.C. Ton 171.8 181.4 184.5 187.7 194.2 86 P kW .I. 185.1 191.2 193.3 195.4 199.6 EER 10.1 10.4 10.5 10.5 10.7 C.C. Ton 162.2 171.2 174.2 177.2 183.3 95 P kW .I. 199.9 206.2 208.4 210.5 214.9 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 104 EER C.C. Ton P kW .I. EER C.C. Ton 8.9 152.2 216.4 7.8 138.1 9.1 160.6 222.9 8.0 140.3 9.2 163.4 225.1 8.1 140.6 9.3 166.3 227.4 8.1 141.0 9.4 172.0 231.9 8.3 142.3 113 P kW .I. 236.4 232.2 230.1 227.9 224.4 EER 6.5 6.7 6.8 6.9 7.0 C.C. Ton 115.3 116.0 116.6 117.1 117.2 120 P kW .I. 214.6 209.1 207.7 206.3 202.3 EER 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4

Table P72 - RTAD 180 Standard Efficiency High Ambient

LWT °F 41 44 45 46 48 C.C. Ton 184.5 194.6 198.0 201.4 208.2 86 P kW .I. 202.2 209.0 211.3 213.7 218.4 EER 9.9 10.2 10.3 10.3 10.5 C.C. Ton 174.4 183.9 187.0 190.2 196.7 95 P kW .I. 218.3 225.3 227.7 230.1 235.0 Entering Condenser Air Temperature (°C) 104 EER C.C. Ton P kW .I. EER C.C. Ton 8.8 163.8 236.1 7.7 148.8 9.0 172.7 243.4 7.9 150.1 9.1 175.7 245.9 7.9 151.2 9.1 178.7 248.4 8.0 151.5 9.3 184.8 253.5 8.1 152.7 113 P kW .I. 257.6 251.5 250.7 248.2 244.3 EER 6.4 6.6 6.7 6.8 6.9 C.C. Ton 124.0 125.4 126.1 126.8 127.2 120 P kW .I. 233.2 228.1 226.9 225.6 221.9 EER 5.9 6.1 6.1 6.2 6.3

Notes : 1. Ratings based on sea level altitude and evaporator fouling factor of 0.00010 ft² °F hr/Btu 2. Consult Trane representative for performance at temperatures outside of the ranges shown 3. P kW = compressor power input only. .I. 4. EER = Energy Efficiency Ratio (Btu/watt-hour). Power input includes compressors, condenser fans and control power. 5. Ratings are based on an evaporator temperature drop of 10.8°F . 6. Interpolation between points is permissible. Extrapolation is not permitted. 7. Above 104°F ambient, the units will have the High-Ambient option 8. Shaded area reflects Adaptive ControlTM Microprocessor control algorithms.

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Table P73 - ARI Part-Load Values RTAD Standard Efficiency

(along with ARI 550/590-1998. Info about ARI available on www.ari.org) Unit % Load kW cooling 100 275.0 75 206.2 085 50 137.5 25 68.7 100 330.2 75 247.6 100 50 165.1 25 82.5 100 393.4 75 295.1 115 50 196.7 25 98.4 100 449.3 75 337.0 125 50 224.7 25 112.3 100 517.2 75 387.9 145 50 258.6 25 129.3 100 553.1 75 414.8 150 50 276.5 25 138.3 100 606.2 75 454.6 165 50 303.1 25 151.5 100 651.2 75 488.4 180 50 325.6 25 162.8

P kW .I 100.9 67.5 32.4 17.4 120.0 83.7 39.2 21.2 149.6 96.1 46.3 24.0 187.5 121.0 55.7 28.9 192.6 130.6 62.9 30.6 212.4 140.4 68.0 36.8 233.1 156.0 77.4 39.0 254.7 179.2 83.9 47.2 COP (kW/kW) 2.72 3.05 4.24 3.95 2.75 2.96 4.22 3.90 2.63 3.07 4.25 4.10 2.40 2.78 4.03 3.89 2.69 2.97 4.11 4.22 2.60 2.96 4.07 3.76 2.60 2.91 3.92 3.89 2.56 2.72 3.88 3.45 IPLV (kW/kW) 3.60

3.53

3.63

3.36

3.53

3.47

3.41

3.24

Table P74 - ARI Part-Load Values RTAD High Efficiency

(along with ARI 550/590-1998. Info about ARI available on www.ari.org) Unit % Load kW cooling 100 297.8 75 223.4 085 50 148.9 25 74.5 100 352.0 75 264.0 100 50 176.0 25 88.0 100 418.8 75 314.1 115 50 209.4 25 104.7 100 489.8 75 367.3 125 50 244.9 25 122.4 100 524.9 75 393.7 145 50 262.5 25 131.2 100 562.9 75 422.2 150 50 281.5 25 140.7

P kW .I 96.9 65.5 31.5 16.8 115.3 82.4 38.5 22.1 145.4 97.8 47.6 25.7 178.2 122.6 57.9 32.2 184.9 129.7 63.6 32.0 204.1 139.8 68.5 38.4 COP (kW/kW) 3.07 3.41 4.73 4.43 3.1 3.2 4.6 4.0 2.88 3.21 4.40 4.08 2.75 3.00 4.23 3.80 2.84 3.04 4.13 4.10 2.76 3.02 4.11 3.66 IPLV (kW/kW) 4.02

3.81

3.76

3.55

3.57

3.51

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Table P75 - ARI Part-Load Values RTAD Standard Efficiency low noise

(along with ARI 550/590-1998. Info about ARI available on www.ari.org) Unit % Load kW cooling 100 265.5 75 199.1 085 50 132.7 25 66.4 100 317.5 75 238.1 100 50 158.7 25 79.4 100 372.3 75 279.3 115 50 186.2 25 93.1 100 397.0 75 297.7 125 50 198.5 25 99.2 100 496.1 75 372.1 145 50 248.1 25 124.0 100 529.2 75 396.9 150 50 264.6 25 132.3 100 584.0 75 438.0 165 50 292.0 25 146.0 100 625.9 75 469.4 180 50 312.9 25 156.5

P kW .I 104.4 67.1 31.8 16.0 123.4 83.6 38.3 19.8 158.8 96.9 46.3 23.1 185.5 113.6 52.5 27.1 203.1 132.4 62.4 29.3 224.0 141.3 67.6 34.8 244.8 157.3 76.7 37.1 268.1 181.8 83.5 45.0 COP (kW/kW) 2.54 2.97 4.18 4.14 2.6 2.9 4.2 4.0 2.34 2.88 4.02 4.03 2.14 2.62 3.78 3.66 2.44 2.81 3.97 4.23 2.36 2.81 3.92 3.80 2.39 2.79 3.81 3.93 2.33 2.58 3.75 3.47 IPLV (kW/kW) 3.54

3.45

3.43

3.16

3.39

3.33

3.29

3.11

Table P76 - ARI Part-Load Values RTAD High Efficiency low noise

(along with ARI 550/590-1998. Info about ARI available on www.ari.org) Unit % Load kW cooling 100 288.3 75 216.2 085 50 144.2 25 72.1 100 340.4 75 255.3 100 50 170.2 25 85.1 100 406.5 75 304.8 115 50 203.2 25 101.6 100 473.6 75 355.2 125 50 236.8 25 118.4 100 510.9 75 383.2 145 50 255.4 25 127.7 100 546.4 75 409.8 150 50 273.2 25 136.6

P kW .I 98.9 64.5 30.6 15.4 117.3 81.2 37.1 20.2 151.0 97.8 47.1 24.2 185.5 123.1 57.4 30.2 190.8 129.5 62.3 30.0 210.8 139.0 67.3 35.8 COP (kW/kW) 2.92 3.35 4.72 4.68 2.9 3.1 4.6 4.2 2.69 3.12 4.31 4.21 2.55 2.89 4.13 3.92 2.68 2.96 4.10 4.26 2.59 2.95 4.06 3.82 IPLV (kW/kW) 4.00

3.79

3.68

3.46

3.53

3.47

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Table P77 - ARI Part-Load Values RTAD Standard Efficiency Low Noise Night Noise Set Back

(along with ARI 550/590-1998. Info about ARI available on www.ari.org) Unit % Load kW cooling 100 248.9 75 186.7 085 50 124.5 25 62.2 100 311.5 75 233.6 100 50 155.8 25 77.9 100 363.2 75 272.4 115 50 181.6 25 90.8 100 366.0 75 274.5 125 50 183.0 25 91.5 100 438.5 75 328.8 145 50 219.2 25 109.6 100 462.7 75 347.0 150 50 231.4 25 115.7 100 530.6 75 397.9 165 50 265.3 25 132.6 100 560.1 75 420.1 180 50 280.1 25 140.0

P kW .I 111.3 67.0 31.1 14.3 124.0 82.4 37.3 18.7 161.8 96.0 45.8 22.4 174.0 104.6 48.8 25.9 183.5 117.4 56.3 26.6 208.3 125.3 59.9 33.2 227.3 143.4 70.6 33.9 249.4 164.1 75.0 41.1 COP (kW/kW) 2.24 2.79 4.00 4.36 2.5 2.8 4.2 4.2 2.24 2.84 3.97 4.06 2.10 2.63 3.75 3.53 2.39 2.80 3.90 4.13 2.22 2.77 3.86 3.49 2.33 2.78 3.76 3.92 2.25 2.56 3.73 3.41 IPLV (kW/kW) 3.39

3.46

3.39

3.14

3.35

3.26

3.27

3.08

Table P78 - ARI Part-Load Values RTAD Standard Efficiency Low Noise Night Noise Set Back

(along with ARI 550/590-1998. Info about ARI available on www.ari.org) Unit % Load kW cooling 100 284.4 75 213.3 085 50 142.2 25 71.1 100 325.9 75 244.4 100 50 163.0 25 81.5 100 401.2 75 300.9 115 50 200.6 25 100.3 100 456.7 75 342.5 125 50 228.4 25 114.2 100 501.0 75 375.8 145 50 250.5 25 125.3 100 532.0 75 399.0 150 50 266.0 25 133.0

P kW .I 98.9 63.1 29.7 14.3 120.0 79.8 35.6 18.0 152.0 96.4 46.3 22.8 192.3 122.8 56.4 27.9 193.5 129.4 61.0 28.2 215.7 137.1 65.8 33.0 COP (kW/kW) 2.88 3.38 4.79 4.98 2.7 3.1 4.6 4.5 2.64 3.12 4.33 4.40 2.38 2.79 4.05 4.10 2.59 2.90 4.11 4.44 2.47 2.91 4.04 4.03 IPLV (kW/kW) 4.07

3.76

3.71

3.39

3.51

3.46

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Table P79 - ARI Part-Load Values RTAD Standard Efficiency High External Static Pressure

(along with ARI 550/590-1998. Info about ARI available on www.ari.org) Unit % Load kW cooling 100 264.4 75 198.3 085 50 132.2 25 66.1 100 312.9 75 234.7 100 50 156.5 25 78.2 100 366.7 75 275.0 115 50 183.4 25 91.7 100 377.3 75 283.0 125 50 188.6 25 94.3 100 492.9 75 369.7 145 50 246.5 25 123.2 100 527.8 75 395.8 150 50 263.9 25 131.9 100 578.7 75 434.0 165 50 289.4 25 144.7 100 622.0 75 466.5 180 50 311.0 25 155.5

P kW .I 113.1 75.8 36.1 20.8 133.9 92.7 42.5 24.6 170.1 105.8 50.4 27.9 187.7 116.8 54.4 31.4 217.4 144.8 69.2 35.6 238.6 155.6 74.5 42.6 252.8 167.7 82.5 44.0 275.5 192.9 89.2 53.1 COP (kW/kW) 2.34 2.62 3.66 3.18 2.34 2.53 3.68 3.19 2.16 2.60 3.64 3.28 2.01 2.42 3.47 3.00 2.27 2.55 3.56 3.46 2.21 2.54 3.54 3.10 2.29 2.59 3.51 3.29 2.26 2.42 3.49 2.93 IPLV (kW/kW) 3.07

3.03

3.06

2.87

3.03

2.98

3.02

2.87

Table P80 - ARI Part-Load Values RTAD Standard Efficiency High External Static Pressure

(along with ARI 550/590-1998. Info about ARI available on www.ari.org) Unit % Load kW cooling 100 285.5 75 214.1 085 50 142.8 25 71.4 100 339.3 75 254.5 100 50 169.6 25 84.8 100 402.9 75 302.2 115 50 201.5 25 100.7 100 472.2 75 354.2 125 50 236.1 25 118.1 100 508.4 75 381.3 145 50 254.2 25 127.1 100 545.0 75 408.7 150 50 272.5 25 136.2

P kW .I 108.7 73.7 35.0 20.2 129.1 93.0 43.0 26.6 164.3 110.1 53.1 30.5 200.1 137.7 64.5 38.0 207.6 145.4 70.9 37.9 228.3 156.7 76.0 45.3 COP (kW/kW) 2.63 2.91 4.08 3.54 2.63 2.74 3.94 3.19 2.45 2.75 3.80 3.30 2.36 2.57 3.66 3.10 2.45 2.62 3.58 3.35 2.39 2.61 3.59 3.01 IPLV (kW/kW) 3.42

3.24

3.21

3.04

3.07

3.03

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Table P81 - ARI Part-Load Values RTAD High Efficiency High Ambient

(along with ARI 550/590-1998. Info about ARI available on www.ari.org) Unit % Load kW cooling 100 297.8 75 223.4 085 50 148.9 25 74.5 100 352.0 75 264.0 100 50 176.0 25 88.0 100 418.8 75 314.1 115 50 209.4 25 104.7 100 489.8 75 367.3 125 50 244.9 25 122.4 100 524.9 75 393.7 145 50 262.5 25 131.2 100 562.9 75 422.2 150 50 281.5 25 140.7

P kW .I 96.9 65.5 31.5 16.8 115.3 82.4 38.5 22.1 145.4 97.8 47.6 25.7 178.2 122.6 57.9 32.2 184.9 129.7 63.6 32.0 204.1 139.8 68.5 38.4 COP (kW/kW) 3.07 3.41 4.73 4.43 3.1 3.2 4.6 4.0 2.88 3.21 4.40 4.08 2.75 3.00 4.23 3.80 2.84 3.04 4.13 4.10 2.76 3.02 4.11 3.66 IPLV (kW/kW) 4.02

3.81

3.76

3.55

3.57

3.51

Table P82 - ARI Part-Load Values RTAD High Efficiency High Ambient

(along with ARI 550/590-1998. Info about ARI available on www.ari.org) Unit % Load kW cooling 100 603.0 75 452.2 165 50 301.5 25 150.7 100 647.7 75 485.7 180 50 323.8 25 161.9

P kW .I 225.0 151.1 75.0 38.0 245.8 173.5 81.3 46.0 COP (kW/kW) 2.68 2.99 4.02 3.97 2.63 2.80 3.98 3.52 IPLV (kW/kW) 3.49

3.32

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English Units

Table P83 - ARI Part-Load Values RTAD High Efficiency High Ambient

(along with ARI 550/590-1998. Info about ARI available on www.ari.org) Unit % Load tons 100 84.1 75 63.1 085 50 42.1 25 21.0 100 99.4 75 74.5 100 50 49.7 25 24.8 100 118.2 75 88.6 115 50 59.1 25 29.5 100 138.3 75 103.7 125 50 69.1 25 34.6 100 148.4 75 111.3 145 50 74.2 25 37.1 100 159.2 75 119.4 150 50 79.6 25 39.8

P kW .I 96.6 65.5 31.5 16.8 114.9 82.2 38.4 22.1 144.9 97.7 47.5 25.8 177.6 122.4 57.8 32.3 184.4 129.6 63.6 32.0 203.5 139.8 68.5 38.5 EER 10.4 11.6 16.0 15.0 10.4 10.9 15.5 13.5 9.8 10.9 14.9 13.8 9.3 10.2 14.4 12.9 9.7 10.3 14.0 13.9 9.4 10.3 13.9 12.4 IPLV 13.6

12.9

12.8

12.0

12.1

11.9

Table P84 - ARI Part-Load Values RTAD High Efficiency High Ambient

(along with ARI 550/590-1998. Info about ARI available on www.ari.org) Unit % Load tons 100 170.5 75 127.9 165 50 85.3 25 42.6 100 183.2 75 137.4 180 50 91.6 25 45.8

P kW .I 224.3 151.0 75.0 38.1 245.1 173.3 81.3 46.0 EER 9.1 10.2 13.6 13.4 9.0 9.5 13.5 11.9 IPLV 11.9

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Figure 4 - Evaporator Water Pressure Drops (SI units)

kPa

Water Flow l/s

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Table P85 - Performance Data Adjustment Factors

Chilled Water Temp. drop °C 4.4 5.6 6.7 7 .8 8.9 4.4 5.6 6.7 7 .8 8.9 Altitude Sea Level Cooling Capacity 1.000 1.000 1.001 1.003 1.004 0.988 0.988 0.990 0.991 0.993 Evp. Flow Rate 1.249 1.000 0.835 0.716 0.628 1.235 0.989 0.825 0.708 0.621 Compr. kW Input 1.000 1.000 1.001 1.001 1.001 0.996 0.998 0.998 0.998 0.999 600 m Cooling Capacity 0.996 0.997 0.997 0.999 1.000 0.984 0.986 0.987 0.988 0.990 Evp. Flow Rate 1.245 0.996 0.832 0.714 0.626 1.230 0.985 0.822 0.706 0.619 Compr. kW Input 1.004 1.004 1.004 1.004 1.005 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.001 1.001 1200 m Cooling Capacity 0.991 0.993 0.993 0.994 0.997 0.980 0.981 0.983 0.984 0.986 Evp. Flow Rate 1.240 0.992 0.828 0.711 0.623 1.225 0.981 0.819 0.703 0.617 Compr. kW Input 1.007 1.007 1.009 1.009 1.009 1.004 1.004 1.005 1.005 1.006 1800 m Cooling Capacity 0.987 0.988 0.988 0.990 0.991 0.975 0.977 0.978 0.980 0.981 Evp. Flow Rate 1.234 0.988 0.824 0.708 0.620 1.220 0.976 0.815 0.700 0.614 Compr. kW Input 1.014 1.015 1.015 1.015 1.016 1.010 1.011 1.011 1.011 1.012

Fouling Factor

0.0176 m² K/kW

0.044 m² K/kW

Table P86 - Ethylene Glycol Pressure Drop Correction Factor

Brine Temp °C -7 -4 -1 2 4 0 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 10 1.06 1.09 1.12 1.14 1.17 Percent Ethylene Glycol 20 30 1.13 1.24 1.16 1.26 1.19 1.28 1.21 1.30 1.23 1.32 40 1.38 1.39 1.41 1.42 1.44 50 1.54 1.55 1.56 1.57 1.58

Table P87 - Propylene Glycol Pressure Drop Correction Factor

Brine Temp °C -7 -4 -1 2 4 0 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 10 1.14 1.17 1.20 1.23 1.26 Percent Propylene Glycol 20 30 1.23 1.30 1.25 1.31 1.27 1.33 1.29 1.34 1.31 1.36 40 1.39 1.39 1.40 1.40 1.41 50 1.53 1.52 1.52 1.52 1.52

Figure 5 - Ethylene Glycol Performance Factors

GPMAdjustment CapacityAdjustment Compressor PowerAdjustment

Figure 6 - Propylene Glycol Performance Factors

GPMAdjustment CapacityAdjustment Compressor PowerAdjustment

Figure 7 - Ethylene Glycol and Propylene Glycol Freeze Point

Ethylene Glycol Propylene Glycol

Temperature - Degrees F

Adjustment Factor

Adjustment Factor

% Antifreeze by Weight % Ethylene Glycol by Weight % Propylene Glycol by Weight

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Chiller Unit Controls

Trouble-Free Installation, Start-Up and Operation Adaptive Control means the Unit Control Module (UCM-CLD) directly senses the control variables that govern operation of the chiller: motor current draw, evaporator temperature, condenser temperature, etc. When any of the variables approaches a limit condition where the unit may be damaged or shut down on a safety, the UCM takes corrective action to avoid shutdown and keep the chiller operating. It does this through combined actions of compressor slide valve modulation, electronic expansion valve modulation and fan staging. Additionally, the UCM optimizes total unit power consumption during normal operating conditions. No other chiller control system in the marketplace duplicates this performance. Safety Controls A centralized microcomputer offers a higher level of machine protection. Since the safety controls are smarter, they limit compressor operation to avoid compressor or evaporator failures, thereby minimizing nuisance shutdown. During abnormal operating conditions, the UCM will continue to optimize chiller performance by taking the corrective action necessary to avoid shutdown. This keeps cooling capacity available until the problem can be solved. Whenever possible, the chiller is allowed to perform its function; make chilled water. In addition, microcomputer controls allow for more types of protection such as over and under voltage! Overall, the safety controls help keep the building running and out of trouble. The End Of Nuisance Trip-Outs And Unnecessary Service Calls Unnecessary service calls and unhappy tenants are avoided. The unit does not nuisance trip or unnecessarily shut down. Only when the UCM has exhausted the corrective actions it can take and the unit is still violating an operating limit will the unit shut down. CONTROLS ON OTHER CHILLERS TYPICALLY SHUT DOWN THE CHILLER, QUITE PROBABLY JUST WHEN IT IS NEEDED THE MOST. For example: A typical five-year-old chiller with dirty coils might trip-out on high pressure cutout on a 38°C day in August. A hot day is just when comfort cooling is needed the most. In contrast, the air-cooled Series R chiller with an Adaptive Control microprocessor will stage fans on, modulate electronic expansion valve, and modulate slide valve as it approaches a high pressure cutout. Thereby KEEPING THE CHILLER ONLINE JUST WHEN YOU NEED IT THE MOST.

Figure 8 - Unit control module with Clear Language Display Keypad (UCM-CLD)

Generic Building Automation System Controls

Simple Interface With Other Control Systems Microcomputer controls afford simple interface with other control systems, such as time clocks, building automation systems and ice storage systems. Wiring to the unit can be as simple as two wires! This means you can have the flexibility to meet job requirements while not having to learn a complicated control system. Monitoring And Diagnostics Since the microcomputer provides all control functions, it can easily indicate such parameters as leaving chilled water temperature and capacity stage. If a failure does occur, one of over 90 individual diagnostic and operating codes will be used to indicate the problem, giving more specific information about the failure. All of the monitoring and diagnostic information is displayed directly on a microcomputer display.

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Interface With The Trane Integrated ComfortTM System (ICS) When the air-cooled Series R® chiller is used in conjunction with a Trane Tracer® system, the unit can be monitored and controlled from a remote location. The air-cooled Series R chiller can be controlled to fit into the overall building automation strategy by using time of day scheduling, timed override, duty cycling, demand limiting, and chiller sequencing. A building owner can completely monitor the air-cooled Series R chiller from the Tracer system, as all of the monitoring information indicated on the microcomputer can be read off the Tracer system display. In addition, all the powerful diagnostic information can be read back at the Tracer system. Best of all, this powerful capability comes over a single twisted pair of wires! Air-cooled Series R chillers can interface with many different external control systems, from simple stand- alone units to ice making systems. Each unit requires a single-source, three-phase power supply, a 115-volt control power transformer handles both the evaporator heat tape and the unit controls. The control transformer is directly fed from the 400/3/50 supply in the control panel. For basic standalone applications, the interface with outside control is no different than for other Trane chillers. However, the RTAD units have many features that can be used to interface with building control systems. External Interlock A job site supplied contact opening wired to this input will turn the unit off and require a manual reset of the unit microcomputer. This closure is typically triggered by a job site supplied system such as a fire alarm. Chilled Water Pump Control Unit controls provide an output to control chilled water pump(s). One contact closure to the chiller is all that is required to initiate the chilled water system. Remote Running and Alarm Indication Contacts The unit provides three singlepole/double-throw contact closures to indicate that a failure has occurred, if any compressors are running, or if the compressors are running at maximum capacity. These contact closures may be used to trigger job site supplied alarm lights or alarm bells.

Interface with other control systems

Stand-Alone Unit Interface to stand-alone units is very simple; only a remote auto/stop for scheduling is required for unit operation. Signals from the chilled water pump contactor auxiliary or a flow switch are wired to the chilled water flow interlock. Signals from a time clock or some other remote device are wired to the external auto/stop input. Note: Do not use the chilled water pump to stop the chiller. Required Features External Auto/Stop (Standard) Chilled Water flow Interlock (Standard) Additional Features That May Be Used Remote Running and Alarm Indication Contacts (provided on the UCM-CLD main module) External Interlock (Standard) Chilled Water Temperature Reset External Trane Devices Required None Note: All wiring outside the unit is supplied at the job site.

Optional Features:

Communication Interface (CSR Communication Interface Option) Capability for communication withTrane Tracer ® Building Automation Systems or Remote Display External Chilled Water Set point Allows the external setting independent of the front panel setpoint by a 2-10 VDC input, or a 4-20 mA input. External Current Limit Set point Allows the external setting independent of the front panel setpoint by a 2-10 VDC input, or a 4-20 mA input. Ice Making Control Provides interface with ice making control systems. Chilled Water Temperature Reset Reset can be based on return water temperature or outdoor air temperature.

TRANE Integrated ComfortTM System Interface

A single twisted pair of wires tied directly between the air-cooled Series R ® chiller and a Tracer ® system provides control, monitoring and diagnostic capabilities. Control functions include auto/stop, adjustment of leaving water temperature set point, compressor operation lockout for kW demand limiting and control of ice making mode. The Tracer system reads monitoring information such as entering and leaving evaporator water temperatures and outdoor air temperature. Over 60 individual diagnostic codes can be read by the Tracer system. In addition, the Tracer system can provide sequencing

Standard Features:

External Auto/Stop A job site provided contact closure will turn the unit on and off. Note: Do not use the chilled water pump to stop the chiller. Chilled Water flow Interlock A job site provided contact closure from a chilled water pump contactor or a flow switch is required and will allow unit operation if a load exists. This feature will allow the unit to run in conjunction with the pump system.

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control for two to six units on the same chilled water loop. Pump sequencing control can be provided from the Tracer system. Tracer ICS is not available in conjunction with the remote display or the external set point capability. Required Features Communications Interface (Requires CSR Communications Interface, option) Additional Features That May Be Used Chilled Water Temperature Reset Ice Making Control External Trane Devices Required Tracer Summit® or Tracer Chiller Plant Control normal daytime cooling. In the ice making mode, the air-cooled Series R chiller will operate at full compressor capacity until the return chilled fluid temperature entering the evaporator meets the ice making set point. This ice making set point is manually adjusted on the unit's microcomputer. Two input signals are required to the air-cooled Series R chiller for the ice making option. The first is an auto/stop signal for scheduling and the second is required to switch the unit in between the ice making mode and normal daytime operation. The signals are provided by a remote job site building automation device such as a time clock or a manual switch. In addition, the signals may be provided over the twisted wire pair from a Tracer ® system. Required Features External Auto/Stop (Standard) Ice Making Control (Requires CSR Communications Interface, option) Additional Features That May Be Used Remote Running and Failure Indication Contacts Communications Interface (For Tracer Systems) Chilled Water Temperature Reset (Indoor zone reset not available with ice making option). External Trane Devices Required None

Interface With Other Building Automation Systems

The air-cooled Series R chillers can interface with non-Trane building automation systems via hard wire connections. Several capabilities may be utilized: Required Features External Auto/Stop (Standard) Additional Features That May Be Used External Interlock (Standard) External Demand Limit (Set point) (Requires CSR Communications Interface, option) Remote Running and Alarm Indication Contacts (Standard) External Chilled Water Set point (Requires CSR Communications Interface, option) Chilled Water flow Interlock (Standard) External Trane Devices Required None

Ice Making Systems

An ice making option may be ordered with the air-cooled Series R® chiller. The unit will have two operating modes, ice making and

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Remote Display

The remote display allows the operator to monitor chiller operation from a location within the building. Over 60 essential chiller operating parameters can be transmitted between the unit control module on the chiller and the remote display via a bi-directional communications link. Only one twisted wire pair is required between the chiller and the remote display. In addition to monitoring chiller operation, alarms and unit diagnostics can be read from the remote display. Furthermore, the chilled water temperature set point can be adjusted and the chiller can be turned on or off from the remote display. Required Features Communications Interface Additional Features That May Be Used External Interlock (Standard) Chilled Water Temperature Reset Chilled Water flow Interlock (Standard) Remote Running and Failure Indication Contacts External Trane Devices Required Remote Display Panel

Figure 9 - Remote display panel

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Table J-1 - Customer Wire Selection 400/3/50

Unit without Disconnect Switch Wire Selection Size to Main Terminal Block Maximum cable size (mm²) Unit with Disconnect Switch Wire Selection Size to Disconnect Switch Disconnect Switch Size (A) 250 400 400 500 500 630 630 630 250 400 400 500 500 630 400 400 400 500 630 630 630 800 250 400 400 500 500 630 630 630 250 400 400 500 500 630 Maximum cable size (mm²) 150 240 240 240 240 2 x 300 2 x 300 2 x 300 150 240 240 240 240 2 x 300 240 240 240 240 2 x 300 2 x 300 2 x 300 2 x 300 150 240 240 240 240 2 x 300 2 x 300 2 x 300 150 240 240 240 240 2 x 300 Unit without Disconnect Switch Wire Selection Size to Main Terminal Block Unit with Disconnect Switch Wire Selection Size to Disconnect Switch Maximum cable size (mm²) 150 240 240 240 240 2 x 300 2 x 300 2 x 300 150 240 240 240 240 2 x 300 150 240 240 240 240 2 x 300 2 x 300 2 x 300 150 240 240 240 240 2 x 300

Unit Size

Standard 085 2x300 100 2x300 115 2x300 125 2x300 145 2x300 150 2x300 165 2x300 180 2x300 High Efficiency 085 2x300 100 2x300 115 2x300 125 2x300 145 2x300 150 2x300 High Ambient 085 2x300 100 2x300 115 2x300 125 2x300 145 2x300 150 2x300 165 2x300 180 2x300 Standard Low Noise 085 2x300 100 2x300 115 2x300 125 2x300 145 2x300 150 2x300 165 2x300 180 2x300 High Efficiency Low Noise 085 2x300 100 2x300 115 2x300 125 2x300 145 2x300 150 2x300

Maximum Disconnect cable size Switch Unit Size (mm²) Size (A) Standard Low Noise with Night Noise Set Back 085 2x300 250 100 2x300 400 115 2x300 400 125 2x300 500 145 2x300 500 150 2x300 630 165 2x300 630 180 2x300 630 High Efficiency Low Noise with Night Noise Set Back 085 2x300 250 100 2x300 400 115 2x300 400 125 2x300 500 145 2x300 500 150 2x300 630 Standard with High External Static Pressure 085 2x300 250 100 2x300 400 115 2x300 400 125 2x300 500 145 2x300 500 150 2x300 630 165 2x300 630 180 2x300 630 High Efficiency with High External Static Pressure 085 2x300 250 100 2x300 400 115 2x300 400 125 2x300 500 145 2x300 500 150 2x300 630

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Table E-1 - Table E-1 - Unit Wiring 400/3/50

Unit Nbr of Power Maximum size Connections Amps (1) RTAD Standard 085 1 242 100 1 282 115 1 323 125 1 387 145 1 437 150 1 477 165 1 527 180 1 576 High Efficiency 85 1 242 100 1 291 115 1 332 125 1 405 145 1 446 150 1 486 High Ambient 85 1 242 100 1 291 115 1 332 125 1 405 145 1 446 150 1 486 165 1 527 180 1 576 Standard Low Noise 085 1 230 100 1 270 115 1 311 125 1 375 145 1 419 150 1 457 165 1 505 180 1 552 High Efficiency Low Noise 085 1 230 100 1 275 115 1 316 125 1 385 145 1 424 150 1 462 Standard Low Noise with Night Noise Set Back 085 1 226 100 1 270 115 1 312 125 1 376 145 1 417 150 1 453 165 1 503 180 1 548 Unit Wiring Starting Amps (2) 255 306 359 425 471 502 570 608 255 315 368 443 480 511 255 315 368 443 480 511 570 608 243 294 347 413 453 482 548 584 243 299 352 423 458 487 238 295 348 414 451 478 546 580 Power Factor (5) 0.90 0.88 0.89 0.90 0.90 0.89 0.89 0.89 0.90 0.88 0.89 0.90 0.90 0.89 0.90 0.88 0.89 0.90 0.90 0.89 0.89 0.89 0.90 0.88 0.89 0.90 0.90 0.89 0.89 0.89 0.90 0.88 0.89 0.90 0.90 0.89 0.90 0.88 0.89 0.90 0.90 0.89 0.89 0.89 Compressor Fuse Size (A) 6 x 125 6 x 160 6 x 200 6 x 250 6 x 250 6 x 250 315 + 250 6 x 315 6 x 125 6 x 160 6 x 200 6 x 250 6 x 250 6 x 250 6 x 160 6 x 200 6 x 250 6 x 250 6 x 250 6 x 315 400 + 315 6 x 400 6 x 125 6 x 160 6 x 200 6 x 250 6 x 250 6 x 250 315 + 250 6 x 315 6 x 125 6 x 160 6 x 200 6 x 250 6 x 250 6 x 250 6 x 125 6 x 160 6 x 200 6 x 250 6 x 250 6 x 250 315 + 250 6 x 315 Evaporator heater (kW) 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217

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Table E-1 - Table E-1 - Unit Wiring 400/3/50 Cont

Unit Nbr of Power Maximum size Connections Amps (1) High Efficiency Low Noise with Night Noise Set Back 085 1 231 100 1 270 115 1 317 125 1 381 145 1 381 150 1 381 Standard with High External Static Pressure 085 1 231 100 1 278 115 1 319 125 1 383 145 1 427 150 1 463 165 1 516 180 1 561 High Efficiency with High External Static Pressure 085 1 239 100 1 278 115 1 327 125 1 391 145 1 435 150 1 471 Unit Wiring Starting Amps (2) 244 295 353 419 456 483 244 302 355 421 461 488 559 593 251 302 363 429 469 496 Power Factor (5) 0.90 0.88 0.89 0.90 0.90 0.89 0.90 0.88 0.89 0.90 0.90 0.89 0.89 0.89 0.90 0.88 0.89 0.90 0.90 0.89 Compressor Fuse Size (A) 6 x 125 6 x 160 6 x 200 6 x 250 6 x 250 6 x 250 6 x 125 6 x 160 6 x 200 6 x 250 6 x 250 6 x 250 315 + 250 6 x 315 6 x 125 6 x 160 6 x 200 6 x 250 6 x 250 6 x 250 Evaporator heater (kW) 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217 0.217

Table E-2 Motor Data 400/3/50

Compressor (Each) Unit Size Qty Ckt 1 Standard 085 2 80 100 2 95 115 2 111 125 2 135 145 2 162 150 2 162 165 2 196 180 2 196 High Efficiency 085 2 80 100 2 95 115 2 111 125 2 135 145 2 162 150 2 162 Standard Low Noise 085 2 80 100 2 95 115 2 111 125 2 135 145 2 162 150 2 162 165 2 196 180 2 196 High Efficiency Low Noise 085 2 80 100 2 95 115 2 111 125 2 135 145 2 162 150 2 162 RLA Amps Ckt 2 80 95 111 135 135 162 162 196 80 95 111 135 135 162 80 95 111 135 135 162 162 196 80 95 111 135 135 162 Max Amps (3) Ckt 1 106 125 146 178 214 214 259 259 106 125 146 178 214 214 106 125 146 178 214 214 259 259 106 125 146 178 214 214 Ckt 2 106 125 146 178 178 214 214 259 106 125 146 178 178 214 106 125 146 178 178 214 214 259 106 125 146 178 178 214 Starting Amps (4) Ckt 1 144 180 217 259 291 291 354 354 144 180 217 259 291 291 144 180 217 259 291 291 354 354 144 180 217 259 291 291 Ckt 2 144 180 217 259 259 291 291 354 144 180 217 259 259 291 144 180 217 259 259 291 291 354 144 180 217 259 259 291 Qty 6 6 6 6 9 10 11 12 6 8 8 10 11 12 6 6 6 6 9 10 11 12 6 8 8 10 11 12 kW 2.05 2.05 2.05 2.05 2.05 2.05 2.05 2.05 2.05 2.05 2.05 2.05 2.05 2.05 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.30 FLA 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 Fans (Each) Fans fuse size (A) 3 x 50 3 x 50 3 x 50 3 x 50 3 x 63 3 x 63 3 x 63 3 x 63 3 x 50 3 x 50 3 x 50 3 x 50 3 x 63 3 x 63 3 x 50 3 x 50 3 x 50 3 x 50 3 x 63 3 x 63 3 x 63 3 x 63 3 x 50 3 x 50 3 x 50 3 x 50 3 x 63 3 x 63 Control (400V) A 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

VA 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600

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Table E-2 Motor Data 400/3/50 cont

Compressor (Each) Unit Size Qty Ckt 1 Ckt 2 Ckt 1 Standard Low Noise with Night Noise Set Back 085 2 80 80 106 100 2 95 95 125 115 2 111 111 146 125 2 135 135 178 145 2 162 135 214 150 2 162 162 214 165 2 196 162 259 180 2 196 196 259 High Efficiency Low Noise with Night Noise Set Back 085 2 80 80 106 100 2 95 95 125 115 2 111 111 146 125 2 135 135 178 145 2 162 135 214 150 2 162 162 214 Standardwith High External Static Pressure 085 2 80 80 106 100 2 95 95 125 115 2 111 111 146 125 2 135 135 178 145 2 162 135 214 150 2 162 162 214 165 2 196 162 259 180 2 196 196 259 High Efficiencywith High External Static Pressure 085 2 80 80 106 100 2 95 95 125 115 2 111 111 146 125 2 135 135 178 145 2 162 135 214 150 2 162 162 214 RLA Amps Max Amps (3) Ckt 2 106 125 146 178 178 214 214 259 106 125 146 178 178 214 106 125 146 178 178 214 214 259 106 125 146 178 178 214 Starting Amps (4) Ckt 1 144 180 217 259 291 291 354 354 144 180 217 259 291 291 144 180 217 259 291 291 354 354 144 180 217 259 291 291 Ckt 2 144 180 217 259 259 291 291 354 144 180 217 259 259 291 144 180 217 259 259 291 291 354 144 180 217 259 259 291 Qty 4 6 6 6 8 8 10 10 6 6 8 8 10 10 4 6 6 6 8 8 10 10 6 6 8 8 10 10 kW 1.05 1.05 1.05 1.05 1.05 1.05 1.05 1.05 1.05 1.05 1.05 1.05 1.05 1.05 2.21 2.21 2.21 2.21 2.21 2.21 2.21 2.21 2.21 2.21 2.21 2.21 2.21 2.21 FLA 2.6 2.6 2.6 2.6 2.6 2.6 2.6 2.6 2.6 2.6 2.6 2.6 2.6 2.6 3.9 3.9 3.9 3.9 3.9 3.9 3.9 3.9 3.9 3.9 3.9 3.9 3.9 3.9 Fans (Each) Fans fuse size (A) 3 x 50 3 x 50 3 x 50 3 x 50 3 x 63 3 x 63 3 x 63 3 x 63 3 x 50 3 x 50 3 x 50 3 x 50 3 x 63 3 x 63 3 x 50 3 x 50 3 x 50 3 x 50 3 x 63 3 x 63 3 x 63 3 x 63 3 x 50 3 x 50 3 x 50 3 x 50 3 x 63 3 x 63 Control (400V) A 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

VA 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600

Notes: 1. Maximum Compressors FLA + all fans FLA + control Amps 2. Starting Amps of the circuit with the largest compressor circuit including fans plus RLA of the second circuit including fans + control Amps 3. Maximum FLA per compressor. 4. Compressors starting Amps, Star delta start. 5. Compressor Power Factor

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RTAD STD

Digit 19 X-L-P Q Al Cu Al Cu Al Cu Al Cu Al Cu Al Cu Al Cu Al Cu Al Cu Al Cu Al Cu Al Cu Al Cu Al Cu Al Cu Al Cu Al Cu Al Cu Al Cu Al Cu Al Cu Al Cu Al Cu Al Cu Al Cu Al Cu Al Cu Al Cu

85 X-L-P HE Q X-L-P STD Q 100 X-L-P HE Q X-L-P STD Q 115 X-L-P HE Q X-L-P STD Q 125 X-L-P HE Q X-L-P STD Q 145 X-L-P HE Q X-L-P STD Q 150 X-L-P HE Q X-L-P STD Q 165/185 X-L-P HE Q

12 2760 3090 2670 3000 3340 3780 3340 3780 3205 3485 3205 3485 3470 3910 3380 3820 3655 4095 3655 4095 4005 4555 4005 4555 3670 4110 3670 4110 4100 4555 4015 4565 4260 4670 4360 4770 5390 5900 5490 6000 4520 4930 4620 5030 5445 5955 5545 6055 5440 5950 5540 6050 5525 6035 5625 6235

1+2 ø5" DN 125 - PN 16

ø6" DN 150 - PN 16

ø6" DN 150 - PN 16

ø6" DN 150 - PN 16

ø6" DN 150 - PN 16

1 = Evaporator water inlet connection 2 = Evaporator water outlet connection 3 = Starter panel 4 = Control panel 5 = Power supply inlet (155 x 400) 6 = Rigging eyes ø45 9 = Minimum clearance for maintenance 10 = Minimum clearance for evaporator tubes removal 11 = Minimum clearance (air entering) 12 = Operating weight (kg) 14 = Power disconnect switch (option) 15 = Isolators (option) 16 = Compressor sound attenuator (option) 17 = Pressure gauges (option)

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RTAD 85 STD 100-115-125 STD 85-100 HE 115-125 HE 145-150 STD 145-150 HE 165-180 STD

Note: for High Efficiency Low noise and High ambient units, use dimensions of the High efficiency units.

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Mechanical Specifications

General Units are leak and pressure tested at 35 bar high side, 19 bar low side, then evacuated and charged. Packaged units ship with a full operating charge of oil and refrigerant. Unit panels, structural elements and control boxes are constructed of galvanized steel and mounted on a welded structural steel base. Unit panels and control boxes are finished with an air-dry paint RAL 1019. Evaporator The evaporator is a tube-in-shell heat exchanger design with internally finned copper tubes roller expanded into the tube sheet. The evaporator is designed, tested and stamped in accordance with the appropriate pressure vessel code approval for a refrigerant side working pressure of 32 bar. The evaporator is designed for a water side working pressure of 14 bar. Water connections are flanged. The evaporator has one water pass with a series of internal baffles. Each shell includes a vent, a drain and fittings for temperature control sensors and is insulated with 3 /4 -inch Armaflex II or equal insulation (K=0.26). Heat tape is provided to protect the evaporator from freezing at ambient temperatures down to -18°C. Condenser and Fans Air-cooled condenser coils have aluminum fins mechanically bonded to internally finned seamless copper tubing. The condenser coil has an integral subcooling circuit. Condensers are factory proof and leak tested at 35 bar. Direct-drive vertical discharge air foil ZephyrWing condenser fans are dynamically balanced. Three-phase condenser fans motors with permanently lubricated ball bearing are provided. Standard units will start and operate between of 4°C (39 F) to the maximum possible ambient of the selected unit. Compressor and Lube Oil System The rotary screw compressor is semi-hermetic, direct drive, 3000 rpm, with capacity control slide valve, a load/unload valve, rolling element bearings, differential refrigerant pressure oil pump, oil filter and oil heater. The motor is a suction gas cooled, hermetically sealed, two-pole squirrel cage induction motor. Oil separator devices are provided separate from the compressor. Check valves in the compressor discharge and lube oil system are provided. Refrigeration Circuits Each unit has two refrigerant circuits, with one rotary screw compressor per circuit. Each refrigerant circuit includes a liquid line shutoff valve, removable core filter drier, charging port and an electronic expansion valve. Fully modulating compressors and electronic expansion valves provide variable capacity modulation over the entire operating range. Unit Controls All unit controls are housed in a weather-tight enclosure with hinged doors to allow for customer connection of power wiring and remote interlocks. All controls, including sensors, are factory mounted and tested prior to shipment. All cataloged units comply to EN 60204 and are EMC compatible. Microcomputer controls provide all control functions including start-up and shut down, leaving chilled water temperature control, compressor and electronic expansion valve modulation, fan sequencing, antirecycle logic, automatic lead/lag compressor starting and load limiting. The unit control module, utilizing Adaptive ControlTM microprocessor, automatically takes action to avoid unit shutdown due to abnormal operating conditions associated with low refrigerant temperature, high condensing temperature and motor current overload. Should the abnormal operating condition continue until a protective limit is violated, the unit will be shut down. Unit protective functions include loss of chilled water flow, evaporator freezing, loss of refrigerant, low refrigerant pressure, high refrigerant pressure, reverse rotation, compressor starting and running over current, phase loss, phase imbalance, phase reversal, and loss of oil flow. A menu driven digital display indicates over 20 operating data points including chilled water set point, current limit Set point, leaving chilled water temperature, evaporator and condenser refrigerant pressures and temperatures. Over 60 diagnostic checks are made and displayed when a problem is detected. The digital display can be read and advanced on the unit without opening any control panel doors. Standard power connections include main three phase power and two 115 volt single phase power connections for control power and heat tape. Starters Starters are housed in a weathertight enclosure with removable cover plate to allow for customer connection of power wiring. Wye Delta closed transition starters are standard on all RTAD units.

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The manufacturer has a policy of continuous product improvement, and reserves the right to alter any details of the products at any time without notice. This publication is a general guide to install, use and properly maintain our products. The information given may be different from the specification for a particular country or for a specific order. In this event, please refer to your nearest office.

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Trane A business of American Standard Companies www.trane.com For more information contact your local district office or e-mail us at [email protected]

Trane has a policy of continuous product and product data improvement and reserves the right to change design and specifications without notice. Only qualified technicians should perform the installation and servicing of equipment referred to in this publication. Société Trane ­ Société Anonyme au capital de 61 005 000 Euros ­ Siege Social: 1 rue des Amériques ­ 88190 Golbey ­ France ­ Siret 306 050 188-00011 ­ RSC Epinal B 306 050 188 Numéro d'identification taxe intracommunautaire: FR 83 3060501888

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