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TECHNICAL INFORMATION MANUAL

Models listed
MBR/MBE on page 3

Blowers
• Refer to Service Manual RS6100004 for installation, op-
eration, and troubleshooting information.
• All safety information must be followed as provided in the
Service Manual.
• Refer to the appropriate Parts Catalog for part number
information.

This manual is to be used by qualified, professionally trained HVAC technicians only. Goodman does not assume RT6223002 Rev. 4
any responsibility for property damage or personal injury due to improper service procedures or services
July 2008
performed by an unqualified person.

Copyright © 2004-2008 Goodman Manufacturing Company, L.P.


PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
The model number is used for positive identification of component parts used in manufacturing. Please use this number
when requesting service or parts information.

MB R 08 00 A A 1
Electrical Supply
1: 208-230V/60 Hertz/1 Phase

Design Series Design Series


MB: Modular Blower A: First Series

Motor Type Circuit Breaker


R: Constant Speed A: No Circuit Breaker
E: Variable Speed B: Circuit Breaker

Airflow Delivered
08: 800 CFM Factory Heat
12: 1200 CFM
00: No Heat
16: 1600 CFM
20: 2000 CFM

HIGH VOLTAGE!
Disconnect ALL power before servicing or installing this unit. Multiple
WARNING power sources may be present. Failure to do so may cause property
damage, personal injury or death.

Installation and repair of this unit should be performed ONLY by individuals


meeting the requirements of an "entry level technician" as specified by the
WARNING Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI). Attempting to
install or repair this unit without such background may result in product
damage, personal injury or death.

Goodman will not be responsibile for any injury or property damage arising
from improper service or service procedures. If you install or perform
WARNING service on this unit, you assume responsibility for any personal injury or
property damage which may result. Many jurisdictions require a license to
install or service heating and air conditioning equipment.

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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
The model number is used for positive identification of component parts used in manufacturing. Please use this number
when requesting service or parts information.

MBR0800 MBE1200
MBR1200 MBE1600
MBR1600 MBE2000
MBR2000

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) has issued vari-
ous regulations regarding the introduction and disposal of refrigerants in-
WARNING troduced into this unit. Failure to follow these regulations may harm the
environment and can lead to the imposition of substantial fines. These
regulations may vary by jurisdiction. Should questions arise, contact your
local EPA office.

To prevent the risk of property damage, personal injury, or death, do not


WARNING store combustible materials or use gasoline or other flammable liquids or
vapors in the vicinity of this appliance.

Do not connect or use any device that is not design certified by Goodman
for use with this unit. Serious property damage, personal injury, reduced
WARNING unit performance and/or hazardous conditions may result from the use of
such non-approved devices.

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PRODUCT DESIGN
MBR/MBE blower cabinets are designed to be used as a The MBR/MBE blower cabinets with proper coil matches can
two-piece blower and coil combination. MBR/MBE blower be positioned for upflow, counterflow, horizontal right or hori-
sections can be attached to cased evaporator coil. This two zontal left operation. All units are constructed with R-4.2
piece arrangement allows for a variety of mix-matching pos- insulation. In areas of extreme humidity (greater than 80%
sibilities providing greater flexibility. consistently), insulate the exterior of the blower with insula-
The MBE blower cabinet uses a variable speed motor that tion having a vapor barrier equivalent to ductwork insulation,
maintains a constant airflow with a higher duct static. It is providing local codes permit.
approved for applications with cooling coils of up to 0.8 inches The CAPX/CHPX coils are equipped with a thermostatic ex-
W.C. external static pressure and includes a feature that pansion valve that has a built-in internal check valve for refrig-
allows airflow to be changed by ±15%. The MBR blower cabi- erant metering. The CACF/CAPF/CHPF coils are equipped
net uses a PSC motor. It is approved for applications with with a fixed restrictor orifice.
cooling coils of up to 0.5 inches W.C. external static pres- The coils are designed for upflow, counterflow, or horizontal
sure. application, using two speed direct drive motors on the CACF/
The MBR/MBE blower cabinets are intended to be used with CAPX/CAPF/CHPF/CHPX models, and BPM (Brushless
a cased evaporator coil and a condensing unit or heat pump. Permanent Magnet) or ECM motor on the MBE models.
The blower section of the cabinet can also be used as an
electric furnace. The electric heating elements are field-in-
stalled. Electric heater kits (HKR) are available as sales
accessories for supplemental electric heat.

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MBR/MBE BLOWER SPECIFICATIONS

3 1/4
5 C1/8
(3) KNOCKOUTS
1.125
1.375
1.750

.875 KNOCKOUT
(2 PLACES)

H 5

6 1/2

MBR800/1200/1600/2000 & MBE1200/1600/2000

Physical Information Dimensions, inches (mm) Shipping


Blower Wheel Blower Motor Weight
MODEL MCA1 MOP1 W H D
(D x W) (HP) lbs.(kg)
MBR800 9X6 1/4 1.9 15
17½ 26 21 72
MBR1200 9x8 1/3 3.0 15
(445) (660) (533) (32.6)
MBE1200 10X8 1/2 3.2 15
MBR1600 10X8 1/3 3.8 15 21 30 21 82
MBE1600 10X8 3/4 5.7 15 (533) (762) (533) (37.2)

MBR2000 10X10 1/2 4.9 15 24½ 30 21 94


MBE2000 11X10 3/4 4.4 15 (622) (762) (533) (42.6)
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Minimum Circuit Ampacity (MCA) and Maximum Overcurrent Protection (MOP) for blower without supplemental heat installed.
Refer to unit nameplate for MCA and MOP with approved accessory heaters installed.
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BLOWER OPENING DIMENSIONS
(TOP VIEW)

8.840 11.029
13.178

10.159
11.209 11.209

20.021
16.500
23.464
MBR/MBE BLOWER SPECIFICATIONS

SMALL MEDIUM LARGE

MBR800/1200/1600/2000 & MBE1200/1600/2000


MBR/MBE BLOWER SPECIFICATIONS
HKR HEATER DATA

ELECTRIC HEATER KIT


BLOWER
NO HEAT KIT HKR-03* HKR05-(C)' HKR-06* HKR-08(C)* HKR-10(C)*

MBR
0800AA-1AA X X X X X X
1200AA-1AA X X X X X X
1600AA-1AA X X X X X X
2000AA-1AA X X X X X X
MBE
1200AA-1AA X ~ ~ ~ X X
1600AA-1AA X ~ ~ ~ ~ X
2000AA-1AA X ~ ~ ~ ~ X
1200AA-1BA X X X X X X
1600AA-1BA X X X X X X
2000AA-1BA X X X X X X
^ = Circuit 1: Single Phase for Air Handler Motor * = Revision level that my or may not be designated
Circuit 2: 3-Phase for HKR3 Heater Kits C = Circuit Breaker option
X = Allowable combinations
~ = Restricted combinations

ELECTRIC HEATER KIT


BLOWER
HKR-15C* HKR-20C* HKR-21C* ^HKR3-15* ^HKR3-20*

MBR
0800AA-1AA ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
1200AA-1AA X X X X X
1600AA-1AA X X X X X
2000AA-1AA X X X X X
MBE
1200AA-1AA X ~ ~ ~ ~
1600AA-1AA X ~ ~ ~ ~
2000AA-1AA X X ~ ~ ~
1200AA-1BA X ~ ~ ~ ~
1600AA-1BA X ~ ~ ~ ~
2000AA-1BA X X ~ ~ ~
^ = Circuit 1: Single Phase for Air Handler Motor * = Revision level that my or may not be designated
Circuit 2: 3-Phase for HKR3 Heater Kits C = Circuit Breaker option

X = Allowable combinations
~ = Restricted combinations

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BLOWER PERFORMANCE DATA
MBR BLOWER PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS
MBR0800**-* MBR1200**-* MBR1600**-* MBR2000**-*
SPEED STATIC
SCFM SCFM SCFM SCFM
0.1 1240 1500 1800 2160
0.2 1170 1460 1740 2080
0.3 1120 1360 1680 1990
HIGH
0.4 1060 1280 1610 1890
0.5 980 1200 1520 1790
0.6 900 1110 1430 1690
0.1 900 1380 1540 1730
0.2 850 1320 1490 1670
0.3 790 1270 1450 1590
MEDIUM
0.4 740 1200 1400 1520
0.5 680 1140 1350 1420
0.6 605 1040 1280 1320
0.1 650 1170 1130 1520
0.2 590 1130 1100 1450
0.3 540 1080 1070 1360
LOW
0.4 500 1020 1030 1290
0.5 430 950 990 1200
0.6 330 830 930 1090
External static is for blower @ 230 volts, it does not include coil, air filter or electric heaters.

MBE BLOWER PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS


DIPSWITCH FUNCTIONS MODEL SWITCH 5 SWITCH 6 CFM MODEL SWITCH 1 SWITCH 2 CFM
DIPSWITCH OFF OFF 1200 OFF OFF 1200
FUNCTION
NUMBER ON OFF 1000 ON OFF 1000
1 MBE1200 MBE1200
Electric Heat OFF ON 800 OFF ON 800
2 ON ON 600 ON ON 600
3 N/A OFF OFF 1600 OFF OFF 1600
4 Indoor Thermostat ON OFF 1400 ON OFF 1400
MBE1600 MBE1600
5 Cooling & Heat OFF ON 1200 OFF ON 1200
6 Pump CFM
ON ON 1000 ON ON 1000
7 OFF OFF 2000 OFF OFF 2000
CFM Trim Adjust
8 ON OFF 1800 ON OFF 1800
MBE2000 MBE2000
OFF ON 1600 OFF ON 1600
ON ON 1200 ON ON 1200

Thermostat "Fan Only" Mode


During "Fan Only" operations, the CFM output is 30% of the
cooling setting.
CFM Trim Adjust CFM SWITCH 7 SWITCH 8
+10% ON OFF
Minor adjustments can be made through the dipswitch com-
-15% OFF ON
bination of 7-8.

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WIRING DIAGRAMS
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

ROOM THERMOSTAT #18 GA. 4 WIRES WITH


COOLING 3 WIRES WITHOUT
W Y G R
MBR UNIT

R
RED

G
GREEN

W
WHITE

TO CONDENSING
UNIT 24V. CONNECTIONS
BLUE
#18 GA. 2 WIRES

Low Voltage Wiring Diagram for Cooling Unit with optional heat kit 10KW and below

ROOM THERMOSTAT #18 GA. 4 WIRE WITH


COOLING 3 WIRE WITHOUT
W2 W Y G R
MBR UNIT

R
RED
Y

G
GREEN

OUTDOOR
THERMOSTAT W
(OPTIONAL) WHITE

#18 GA. 2 WIRES


BROWN
TO CONDENSING
CONTACTOR
UNIT 24V. CONNECTIONS
COIL
#18 GA. 2 WIRES BLUE

Low Voltage Wiring Diagram for Cooling Unit with optional heat kit 15KW and above

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
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WIRING DIAGRAMS
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

SYSTEM COMPOSITE DIAGRAM


MBR0800
10kW & BELOW

HEAT PUMP ROOM THERMOSTAT


C W2 O Y R Y O C W2 G R E
MBR UNIT
Y R
O E E RED
W
B R L D
H
A R
L
U
I
N
L
O
R GREEN
T
G BR
E E
E
W Y
G
O SEE NOTE 3 WHITE

W
W

BL
BL BLUE
OT - 1 #18 GA. 5 WIRES

OUTDOOR THERMOSTATS
(OPTIONAL) MAKE ON FALL
#18 GA. 6 WIRE NEEDED WHEN OT IS USED

SYSTEM COMPOSITE DIAGRAM


MBR1200-2000
ABOVE 10kW

HEAT PUMP ROOM THERMOSTAT


#18 GA. 7 WIRES
C W2 O Y R Y O C W2 G R E
MBR UNIT
Y R
O E RED
E
W R L
B D
L
H A L R
I N O
U GREEN
T G W BR
E
E E Y G
O SEE
NOTE 3
SEE
NOTE 2
WHITE

W
W
BROWN
1 1

EHR
BLUE
3 4

BL
BL
OT-1
#18 GA. 5 WIRES

OT-2

#18 GA. 7 WIRE NEEDED WHEN (2) OTs ARE USED.


NOTES
1) OUTDOOR THERMOSTAT (OT-1) SHOULD BE THE
FIRST TO CLOSE AND THE FIRST TO OPEN. NOMENCLATURE COLOR CODES
2) IF OUTDOOR THERMOSTAT IS NOT USED, TIE WHITE OT - OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE (OPTIONAL) R - RED O - ORANGE
AND BROWN WIRES FROM AIR HANDLER TOGETHER. MOF - MAKE ON FALL Y - YELLOW W - WHITE
3) REMOVE WIRE WHEN USING OUTDOOR T-STAT. EHR - EMERGENCY HEAT RELAY (OPTIONAL) BL - BLUE G - GREEN
#18 GA. 7 WIRE NEEDED WHEN (2) OTs ARE USED. V - VIOLET
BR - BROWN

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
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WIRING DIAGRAMS
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

Single Stage Cooling with Single or Two-Stage Heating

ROOM
THERMOSTAT
W1 W2 C R G Y

IF NEEDED
CONDENSING HUMIDISTAT
UNIT (OPTIONAL)

NOTES: SEE NOTE 4


1.) Y/Y2 ENABLES HI SPD FAN COOLING THERMOSTATS HUMIDISTAT
E\W1 W/W2 O OTC OT1 OT2 C R Y1 G Y/Y2 HUM
2.) E/W1 ENABLES LO SPD FAN HEATING
W/W2 ENABLES HI SPD FAN HEATING
OUTDOOR

3.) OT1 PJ4 MUST BE CUT FOR THIS CONFIGURATION CONDENSER HEATPUMP
R YCON COM O W2 ED Y1

4.) CUT HUM PJ6 JUMPER IF USING HUMIDISTAT


STAT OPENS ON HUMIDITY RISE W1 W2 C R
HEATER 24 VAC

SWITCH
5.) DIP SWITCH #4 MUST BE IN THE "ON" POSITION W1 W2
OT1

OT2

HUM

DIP
PLEASE REFER
TO MANUAL

OFF
ON
FOR PROPER
DIP SWITCH(CFM)
CONFIGURATION.

2nd STAGE HEATER


1st STAGE HEATER

COOLING ONLY - 2 STAGE HEAT THERMOSTAT

OUTDOOR ROOM
THERMOSTAT THERMOSTAT
W C R G Y
IF NEEDED

CONDENSING HUMIDISTAT
UNIT (OPTIONAL)

NOTES: SEE NOTE 4


1.) Y/Y2 ENABLES HI SPD FAN COOLING THERMOSTATS HUMIDISTAT
E\W1 W/W2 O OTC OT1 OT2 C R Y1 G Y/Y2 HUM

2.) E/W1 ENABLES LO SPD FAN HEATING


E/W1 WITH OT CLOSED ENABLES HI SPD FAN HEATING
OUTDOOR

CONDENSER HEATPUMP
3.) OT1 PJ4 MUST BE CUT FOR THIS CONFIGURATION R YCON COM O W2 ED Y1

4.) CUT HUM PJ6 JUMPER IF USING HUMIDISTAT


STAT OPENS ON HUMIDITY RISE W1 W2 C R
HEATER 24 VAC
SWITCH

W1 W2
5.) DIP SWITCH #4 MUST BE IN THE "ON" POSITION OT1

OT2
HUM
DIP

PLEASE REFER
TO MANUAL
OFF
ON

FOR PROPER
DIP SWITCH(CFM)
CONFIGURATION.

2nd STAGE HEATER


1st STAGE HEATER

1st STAGE ENABLED THRU ROOM T'STAT


2nd STAGE ENABLED THRU CLOSED OT

COOLING ONLY - 2 STAGE HEAT (1st ROOM T'STAT & 2nd OT)

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
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WIRING DIAGRAMS
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

OUTDOOR ROOM
THERMOSTAT THERMOSTAT
W1 W2 C R G Y

IF NEEDED
CONDENSING HUMIDISTAT
UNIT (OPTIONAL)

NOTES: SEE NOTE 4


1.) Y/Y2 ENABLES HI SPD FAN COOLING THERMOSTATS HUMIDISTAT
E\W1 W/W2 O OTC OT1 OT2 C R Y1 G Y/Y2 HUM
2.) E/W1 ENABLES LO SPD FAN HEATING
W/W2 WITH OT CLOSED ENABLES HI SPD FAN HEATING
OUTDOOR

3.) OT1 PJ4 MUST BE CUT FOR THIS CONFIGURATION CONDENSER HEATPUMP
R YCON COM O W2 ED Y1
OT2 PJ2 MUST BE CUT FOR THIS CONFIGURATION

4.) CUT HUM PJ6 JUMPER IF USING HUMIDISTAT W1 W2 C R


STAT OPENS ON HUMIDITY RISE HEATER 24 VAC

SWITCH
W1 W2
5.) DIP SWITCH #4 MUST BE IN THE "ON" POSITION OT1

OT2

HUM

DIP
PLEASE REFER
TO MANUAL

OFF
ON
FOR PROPER
DIP SWITCH(CFM)
CONFIGURATION.

2nd STAGE HEATER


1st STAGE HEATER
1st STAGE ENABLED THRU ROOM T'STAT
2nd STAGE ENABLED THRU ROOM T'STAT AND CLOSED OT2

COOLING ONLY - 2 STAGE HEAT (T'STAT ENABLED OT)

ROOM
HEATPUMP THERMOSTAT
R Y C O W2 E W2 O C R G Y
IF NEEDED

HEATPUMP
HUMIDISTAT
CONDENSER
R YCON COM O W2 ED
(OPTIONAL)

SEE NOTE 4
THERMOSTATS HUMIDISTAT
E\W1 W/W2 O OTC OT1 OT2 C R Y1 G Y/Y2 HUM

NOTES: REMOVE
1.) Y ENABLES HI SPD FAN COOLING OUTDOOR PRODUCTION
CONDENSER HEATPUMP
WIRE Y1 - O
2.) E AND W2 ENABLE HI SPD FAN HEATING R YCON COM O W2 ED Y1

3.) IF OT2 PJ2 JUMPER IS CUT E AND W2 ENABLE W1 W2 C R


LO SPD FAN HEATING HEATER 24 VAC
SWITCH

W1 W2
OT1
4.) CUT HUM PJ6 JUMPER IF USING HUMIDISTAT
STAT OPENS ON HUMIDITY RISE OT2

HUM
5.) DIP SWITCH #4 MUST BE IN THE "ON" POSITION
DIP

PLEASE REFER
TO MANUAL
OFF
ON

FOR PROPER
DIP SWITCH(CFM)
CONFIGURATION.

1st STAGE HEATER

HEATPUMP - WITH 1 STG EMHT 1 STG AUX HEAT

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
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WIRING DIAGRAMS
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

ROOM
HEATPUMP THERMOSTAT
R Y C O W2 E W2 O C R G Y

IF NEEDED
HUMIDISTAT
CONDENSER HEATPUMP
R YCON COM O W2 ED
(OPTIONAL)

SEE NOTE 4
THERMOSTATS HUMIDISTAT
E\W1 W/W2 O OTC OT1 OT2 C R Y1 G Y/Y2 HUM

NOTES: REMOVE
1.) Y ENABLES HI SPD FAN COOLING OUTDOOR PRODUCTION
CONDENSER HEATPUMP
WIRE Y1 - O
2.) E ENABLES LO SPD FAN HEATING R YCON COM O W2 ED Y1
W2 ENABLES HI SPD FAN HEATING
W1 W2 C R
3.) OT1 PJ4 MUST BE CUT FOR THIS CONFIGURATION HEATER 24 VAC

SWITCH
W1 W2
OT1
4.) CUT HUM PJ6 JUMPER IF USING HUMIDISTAT OT2
STAT OPENS ON HUMIDITY RISE
HUM

DIP
PLEASE REFER
5.) DIP SWITCH #4 MUST BE IN THE "ON" POSITION TO MANUAL

OFF
ON
FOR PROPER
DIP SWITCH(CFM)
CONFIGURATION.

2nd STAGE HEATER


1st STAGE HEATER

HEATPUMP - 2 STG EMHT 1 STG AUX HEAT

OUTDOOR
THERMOSTAT ROOM
HEATPUMP THERMOSTAT
R Y C O W2 E W2 O C R G Y
IF NEEDED

HUMIDISTAT
CONDENSER HEATPUMP
R YCON COM O W2 ED
(OPTIONAL)

SEE NOTE 4
THERMOSTATS HUMIDISTAT
E\W1 W/W2 O OTC OT1 OT2 C R Y1 G Y/Y2 HUM

NOTES: REMOVE
1.) Y ENABLES HI SPD FAN COOLING OUTDOOR PRODUCTION
CONDENSER HEATPUMP
WIRE Y1 - O
2.) E ENABLES LO SPD FAN HEATING R YCON COM O W2 ED Y1
W2 ENABLES LO SPD FAN HEATING
W2 AND OT2 CLOSED ENABLES HI SPD FAN HEATING W1 W2 C R
HEATER 24 VAC
3.) 0T2 PJ2 MUST BE CUT FOR THIS CONFIGURATION
SWITCH

W1 W2
OT1

OT2
4.) CUT HUM PJ6 JUMPER IF USING HUMIDISTAT
HUM
STAT OPENS ON HUMIDITY RISE
DIP

PLEASE REFER
TO MANUAL
OFF
ON

5.) DIP SWITCH #4 MUST BE IN THE "ON" POSITION FOR PROPER


DIP SWITCH(CFM)
CONFIGURATION.

2nd STAGE HEATER


1st STAGE HEATER

1st STAGE AUX HEAT ENABLED BY ROOM T'STAT


2ND STAGE AUX ENABLED BY ROOM T'STAT AND OUTDOOR T'STAT

HEATPUMP - 2 STG EMHT 2 STG AUX - 1 OUTDOOR T'STAT

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
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WIRING DIAGRAMS
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

OT1 OT2 ROOM


HEATPUMP THERMOSTAT
R Y C O W2 E W2 O C R G Y

IF NEEDED
HUMIDISTAT
CONDENSER HEATPUMP
R YCON COM O W2 ED OTC OT1 OT2
(OPTIONAL)

OUTDOOR
SEE NOTE 4
THERMOSTATS HUMIDISTAT
E\W1 W/W2 O OTC OT1 OT2 C R Y1 G Y/Y2 HUM

REMOVE
NOTES: OUTDOOR PRODUCTION
1.) Y ENABLES HI SPD FAN COOLING CONDENSER HEATPUMP
WIRE Y1 - O
R YCON COM O W2 ED Y1

2.) E ENABLES LO SPD FAN HEATING


W2 AND OT1 CLOSED ENABLES LO SPD FAN HEATING W1 W2 C R
W2 AND OT2 CLOSED ENABLES HI SPD FAN HEATING HEATER 24 VAC

SWITCH
W1 W2
OT1
3.) OT1 PJ4 AND 0T2 PJ2 MUST BE CUT
OT2
FOR THIS CONFIGURATION
HUM

DIP
4.) CUT HUM PJ6 JUMPER IF USING HUMIDISTAT PLEASE REFER
TO MANUAL

OFF
ON
STAT OPENS ON HUMIDITY RISE FOR PROPER
DIP SWITCH(CFM)
CONFIGURATION.
5.) DIP SWITCH #4 MUST BE IN THE "ON" POSITION
2nd STAGE HEATER
1st STAGE HEATER

NO AUX HEAT IN HEATPUMP MODE UNTIL OUTDOOR T'STAT CLOSES

HEATPUMP - 2 STG EMHT 2 STG AUX - 2 OUTDOOR T'STATS

OUTDOOR
THERMOSTAT ROOM
HEATPUMP THERMOSTAT
R Y C O W2 E W2 O C R G Y
IF NEEDED

HUMIDISTAT
CONDENSER HEATPUMP
R YCON COM O W2 ED
(OPTIONAL)

SEE NOTE 4
THERMOSTATS HUMIDISTAT
E\W1 W/W2 O OTC OT1 OT2 C R Y1 G Y/Y2 HUM

NOTES: REMOVE
1.) Y ENABLES HI SPD FAN COOLING OUTDOOR PRODUCTION
CONDENSER HEATPUMP
WIRE Y1 - O
2.) E ENABLES LO SPD FAN HEATING R YCON COM O W2 ED Y1
W2 ENABLES LO SPD FAN HEATING
W2 AND OT2 CLOSED ENABLES HI SPD FAN HEATING W1 W2 C R
HEATER 24 VAC
3.) 0T2 PJ2 MUST BE CUT FOR THIS CONFIGURATION
SWITCH

W1 W2
OT1

OT2
4.) CUT HUM PJ6 JUMPER IF USING HUMIDISTAT
STAT OPENS ON HUMIDITY RISE HUM
DIP

PLEASE REFER
TO MANUAL
OFF
ON

5.) DIP SWITCH #4 MUST BE IN THE "ON" POSITION FOR PROPER


DIP SWITCH(CFM)
CONFIGURATION.

2nd STAGE HEATER


1st STAGE HEATER

1st STAGE AUX HEAT ENABLED BY ROOM T'STAT


2ND STAGE AUX ENABLED BY ROOM T'STAT AND OUTDOOR T'STAT

HEATPUMP - 2 STG EMHT 2 STG AUX - 1 OUTDOOR T'STAT

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
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WIRING DIAGRAMS
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

Two-Stage Cooling with Conventional Two-Stage Thermostat


ROOM
THERMOSTAT
W C R Y1 G Y2

IF
N
RSG - 2 SPD E
CONDENSING E HUMIDISTAT
D
UNIT E (OPTIONAL)
C D
X
Y2
NOTES: Y1 SEE NOTE 4
1.) Y1 ENABLES LO SPD FAN COOLING THERMOSTATS HUMIDISTAT
Y/Y2 ENABLES HI SPD FAN COOLING E\W1 W/W2 O OTC OT1 OT2 C R Y1 G Y/Y2 HUM

2.) E/W1 ENABLES HI SPD FAN HEATING


OUTDOOR
3.) IF OT1 PJ4 JUMPER IS CUT E/W1 ENABLES CONDENSER HEATPUMP
LO SPD FAN HEATING R YCON COM O W2 ED Y1

4.) CUT HUM PJ6 JUMPER IF USING HUMIDISTAT W1 W2 C R


STAT OPENS ON HUMIDITY RISE HEATER 24 VAC
S
W1 W2 WI
OT1 T
5.) DIP SWITCH #4 MUST BE IN THE "OFF" POSITION
C
OT2
H
HUM
DI
PLEASE REFER P
TO MANUAL O O
FOR PROPER N FF
DIP SWITCH(CFM)
CONFIGURATION.

1st STAGE HEATER

2 SPD COOLING ONLY - WITH 1 STAGE ELECTRIC HEAT

ROOM
THERMOSTAT
W W2 C R Y1 G Y2

IF
N
RSG - 2 SPD E
CONDENSING E HUMIDISTAT
D
UNIT E (OPTIONAL)
C D
X
Y2
NOTES: Y1 SEE NOTE 4
1.) Y1 ENABLES LO SPD FAN COOLING THERMOSTATS HUMIDISTAT
Y/Y2 ENABLES HI SPD FAN COOLING E\W1 W/W2 O OTC OT1 OT2 C R Y1 G Y/Y2 HUM

2.) E/W1 ENABLES HI SPD FAN HEATING


OUTDOOR
3.) IF OT1 PJ4 JUMPER IS CUT E/W1 ENABLES CONDENSER HEATPUMP
LO SPD FAN HEATING R YCON COM O W2 ED Y1

4.) CUT HUM PJ6 JUMPER IF USING HUMIDISTAT W1 W2 C R


STAT OPENS ON HUMIDITY RISE HEATER 24 VAC
S
W1 W2 WI
OT1 T
5.) DIP SWITCH #4 MUST BE IN THE "OFF" POSITION
C
OT2
H
HUM
DI
PLEASE REFER P
TO MANUAL O O
FOR PROPER N FF
DIP SWITCH(CFM)
CONFIGURATION.

1st STAGE HEATER

2 SPD COOLING ONLY - WITH 2 STAGE HEAT THERMOSTAT

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
15
WIRING DIAGRAMS
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

Two-Stage Cooling with Conventional Two-Stage Thermostat

OUTDOOR ROOM
THERMOSTAT THERMOSTAT
W C R Y1 G Y2

IF NEEDED
RSG - 2 SPD
CONDENSING HUMIDISTAT
C UNIT (OPTIONAL)
X
Y2
NOTES: Y1 SEE NOTE 4
1.) Y1 ENABLES LO SPD FAN COOLING THERMOSTATS HUMIDISTAT
Y/Y2 ENABLES HI SPD FAN COOLING E\W1 W/W2 O OTC OT1 OT2 C R Y1 G Y/Y2 HUM

2.) E/W1 ENABLES LO SPD FAN HEATING


OUTDOOR
E/W1 WITH OT CLOSED ENABLES HI SPD FAN HEATING
CONDENSER HEATPUMP
R YCON COM O W2 ED Y1
3.) OT1 PJ4 MUST BE CUT FOR THIS CONFIGURATION

4.) CUT HUM PJ6 JUMPER IF USING HUMIDISTAT W1 W2 C R


HEATER 24 VAC
STAT OPENS ON HUMIDITY RISE

SWITCH
W1 W2
OT1
5.) DIP SWITCH #4 MUST BE IN THE "OFF" POSITION OT2

HUM
DIP

PLEASE REFER
TO MANUAL

OFF
ON

FOR PROPER
DIP SWITCH(CFM)
CONFIGURATION.

2nd STAGE HEATER


1st STAGE HEATER

2 SPD COOLING ONLY - 2 STAGE HEAT (1st T'STAT 2nd OT)

OUTDOOR ROOM
THERMOSTAT THERMOSTAT
W1 W2 C R Y1 G Y2
IF NEEDED

RSG - 2 SPD
CONDENSING HUMIDISTAT
C UNIT (OPTIONAL)
X
Y2
NOTES: Y1 SEE NOTE 4
1.) Y1 ENABLES LO SPD FAN COOLING THERMOSTATS HUMIDISTAT
Y/Y2 ENABLES HI SPD FAN COOLING E\W1 W/W2 O OTC OT1 OT2 C R Y1 G Y/Y2 HUM

2.) E/W1 ENABLES LO SPD FAN HEATING


W/W2 WITH OT CLOSED ENABLES HI SPD FAN HEATING OUTDOOR

CONDENSER HEATPUMP
R YCON COM O W2 ED Y1
3.) OT1 PJ4 MUST BE CUT FOR THIS CONFIGURATION
OT2 PJ2 MUST BE CUT FOR THIS CONFIGURATION
W1 W2 C R
HEATER 24 VAC
4.) CUT HUM PJ6 JUMPER IF USING HUMIDISTAT
SWITCH

STAT OPENS ON HUMIDITY RISE W1 W2


OT1

5.) DIP SWITCH #4 MUST BE IN THE "OFF" POSITION OT2

HUM
DIP

PLEASE REFER
TO MANUAL
OFF
ON

FOR PROPER
DIP SWITCH(CFM)
CONFIGURATION.

2nd STAGE HEATER


1st STAGE HEATER

2 SPD COOLING ONLY - 2 STAGE HEAT (T'STAT ENABLED OT)

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
16
WIRING DIAGRAMS
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

Heat Pump with Single or Two-Stage Heating (Options for Emergency Heat)
with Conventional Thermostat

ROOM
HEATPUMP THERMOSTAT
R Y C O W2 E W2 O C R G Y

IF NEEDED
HUMIDISTAT
CONDENSER HEATPUMP
R YCON COM O W2 ED
(OPTIONAL)

SEE NOTE 4
THERMOSTATS HUMIDISTAT
E\W1 W/W2 O OTC OT1 OT2 C R Y1 G Y/Y2 HUM

NOTES: REMOVE
1.) Y ENABLES HI SPD FAN COOLING OUTDOOR PRODUCTION
CONDENSER HEATPUMP
WIRE Y1 - O
2.) E AND W2 ENABLE HI SPD FAN HEATING R YCON COM O W2 ED Y1

3.) IF OT2 PJ2 JUMPER IS CUT E AND W2 ENABLE


W1 W2 C R
LO SPD FAN HEATING HEATER 24 VAC

SWITCH
W1 W2
4.) CUT HUM PJ6 JUMPER IF USING HUMIDISTAT OT1
STAT OPENS ON HUMIDITY RISE OT2

HUM
5.) DIP SWITCH #4 MUST BE IN THE "ON" POSITION

DIP
PLEASE REFER
TO MANUAL

OFF
ON
FOR PROPER
DIP SWITCH(CFM)
CONFIGURATION.

1st STAGE HEATER

HEATPUMP - WITH 1 STG EMHT 1 STG AUX HEAT

ROOM
HEATPUMP THERMOSTAT
R Y C O W2 E W2 O C R G Y
IF NEEDED

CO NDENS ER HEATPUMP HUMIDISTAT


R YCON COM O W2 ED (OPTIONAL)

SEE NOTE 4
THERMOSTATS HUMIDISTAT
E\W1 W/W2 OTC OT1 OT2 C R Y1 G Y/Y2 HUM

NOTES: REMOVE
1.) Y ENABLES HI SPD FAN COOLING OUTDOOR PRODUCTION
CO NDENS ER
HEATPUMP WIRE Y1-O
2.) E ENABLES LO SPD FAN HEATING R YCON COM O W2 ED Y1
W2 ENABLES HI SPD FAN HEATING
5
1

CR11
CR9 W1 W2 C R
3.) OT1 PJ4 MUST BE CUT FOR THIS CONFIGURATION 24 VAC CR3
R2 S
1 2 3 4 5 67 8

W1 W2 WI
CR8

4.) CUT HUM PJ6 JUMPER IF USING HUMIDISTAT CR10 OT1 PJ4 TC
CR7

H CR6
STAT OPENS ON HUMIDITY RISE OT2 PJ2
J3

R1 CR5
CR2
HUM PJ6 C2
J2

DI
4

5.) DIP SWITCH #4 MUST BE


CR1
DS1

PLEASE REFER P
O O
IN THE "ON" POSITION TO MANUAL
N FF
FOR PROPER R3
DIP SWITCH
J1

CONFIGURATION. GOODMAN MFG. CO. L.P.


2nd STAGE HEATER
1st STAGE HEATER

HEATPUMP - 2 STG EMHT 1 STG AUX HEAT

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
17
WIRING DIAGRAMS
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

OUTDOOR
THERMOSTAT ROOM
HEATPUMP THERMOSTAT
R Y C O W2 E W2 O C R G Y

IF NEEDED
CO NDENS ER
HEATPUMP HUMIDISTAT
R YCON COM O W2 ED (OPTIONAL)

SEE NOTE 4
THERMOSTATS HUMIDISTAT
E\W1 W/W2 OTC OT1 OT2 C R Y1 G Y/Y2 HUM

NOTES: REMOVE
1.) Y ENABLES HI SPD FAN COOLING OUTDOOR PRODUCTION
CO NDENS ER
HEATPUMP
WIRE Y1-O
2.) E ENABLES LO SPD FAN HEATING R YCON COM O W2 ED Y1
W2 ENABLES LO SPD FAN HEATING

5
W2 AND OT2 CLOSED ENABLES HI SPD

1
CR11
W1 W2 C R
FAN HEATING
CR9
24 VAC CR3
R2 S
3.) OT2 PJ2 MUST BE CUT FOR THIS CONFIGURATION

1 2 3 4 5 67 8
W1 W2 WI
CR8
CR10 OT1 PJ4 TC
CR7

H CR6
4.) CUT HUM PJ6 JUMPER IF USING HUMIDISTAT OT2 PJ2

J3
R1 CR5

STAT OPENS ON HUMIDITY RISE HUM PJ6


CR2
C2

J2
DI

4
CR1

DS1

1
PLEASE REFER P
O O
5.) DIP SWITCH #4 MUST BE TO MANUAL
N FF
FOR PROPER
IN THE "ON" POSITION
R3
DIP SWITCH
J1

CONFIGURATION. GOODMAN MFG. CO. L.P.


2nd STAGE HEATER
1ST STAGE HEATER

1ST STAGE AUX HEAT ENABLED BY ROOM T'STAT


2ND STAGE AUX ENABLED BY ROOM T'STAT AND OUTDOOR T'STAT

HEATPUMP - 2 STG EMHT 2 STAG AUX - 1 OUTDOOR T-STAT

ROOM
HEATPUMP THERMOSTAT
R Y C O W2 E W2 O C R G Y
IF
N
E
E
D HUMIDISTAT
HEATPUMP E
CO NDENS ER

O W2 ED OTC OT1 OT2 D


(OPTIONAL)
R YCON COM

OUTDOOR
SEE NOTE 4
THERMOSTATS HUMIDISTAT
E\W1 W/W2 OTC OT1 OT2 C R Y1 G Y/Y2 HUM

REMOVE
OUTDOOR PRODUCTION
NOTES:
1.) Y ENABLES HI SPD FAN COOLING
CO NDENS ER HEATPUMP WIRE Y1-O
R YCON COM O W2 ED Y1

2.) E ENABLES LO SPD FAN HEATING


5
1

CR11
W1 W2 C R
W2 AND OT1 CLOSED ENABLES LO SPD FAN HEATING CR9
24 VAC
W2 AND OT2 CLOSED ENABLES HI SPD FAN HEATING
CR3
R2 S
1 2 3 4 5 67 8

W1 W2 WI
CR8
CR10 OT1 PJ4 TC
CR7

3.) OT1 PJ4 AND OT2 PJ2 MUST BE CUT FOR THIS PJ2
H CR6
OT2
J3

CONFIGURATION
R1 CR5
CR2
HUM PJ6 C2
J2

DI
4

CR1
4.) CUT HUM PJ6 JUMPER IF USING HUMIDISTAT
DS1

PLEASE REFER P
O O
STAT OPENS ON HUMIDITY RISE TO MANUAL
N FF
FOR PROPER R3
DIP SWITCH
J1

5.) DIP SWITCH #4 MUST BE IN THE "ON" POSITION CONFIGURATION. GOODMAN MFG. CO. L.P.
2nd STAGE HEATER
1ST STAGE HEATER

NO AUX HEAT IN HEATPUMP MODE UNTIL OUTDOOR T'STAT CLOSES

HEATPUMP - 2 STG EMHT 2 STAG AUX - 2 OUTDOOR T-STATS

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
18
WIRING DIAGRAMS
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

OUTDOOR
THERMOSTAT ROOM
HEATPUMP THERMOSTAT
R Y C O W2 E W2 O C R G Y

IF NEEDED
CO NDENS ER
HEATPUMP HUMIDISTAT
R YCON COM O W2 ED (OPTIONAL)

SEE NOTE 4
THERMOSTATS HUMIDISTAT
E\W1 W/W2 OTC OT1 OT2 C R Y1 G Y/Y2 HUM

NOTES: REMOVE
1.) Y ENABLES HI SPD FAN COOLING OUTDOOR PRODUCTION
CO NDENS ER
HEATPUMP WIRE Y1-O
2.) E ENABLES LO SPD FAN HEATING R YCON COM O W2 ED Y1
W2 AND OT2 CLOSED ENABLES HI SPD FAN HEATING

5
1
CR11
CR9 W1 W2 C R
3.) OT1 PJ4 AND OT2 PJ2 MUST BE CUT 24 VAC CR3
R2 S
FOR THIS CONFIGURATION

1 2 3 4 5 67 8
W1 W2 WI
CR8
CR10 OT1 PJ4 TC
CR7

H CR6
4.) CUT HUM PJ6 JUMPER IF USING HUMIDISTAT OT2 PJ2

J3
R1 CR5

STAT OPENS ON HUMIDITY RISE HUM PJ6


CR2 C2

J2
DI

4
CR1

DS1

1
PLEASE REFER P
TO MANUAL O O
5.) DIP SWITCH #4 MUST BE IN THE "ON" POSITION FOR PROPER N FF
R3
DIP SWITCH
J1

CONFIGURATION. GOODMAN MFG. CO. L.P.


2nd STAGE HEATER
1ST STAGE HEATER

NO AUX HEAT IN HEATPUMP MODE UNTIL OUTDOOR T'STAT CLOSES

HEATPUMP - 2 STG EMHT 1 STG AUX - 1 OUTDOOR T'STAT

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
19
WIRING DIAGRAMS
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

Two Speed Heat Pump with Single or Two-Stage Heating


(Options for Emergency Heat) with Conventional Two-Stage Thermostat
RTG ROOM
HEATPUMP THERMOSTAT
R Y2 C O W2 Y1 E W2 O C R G Y2 Y1

IF NEEDED
CO NDENS ER
HEATPUMP HUMIDISTAT
R YCON COM O W2 ED (OPTIONAL)

SEE NOTE 4
THERMOSTATS HUMIDISTAT
E\W1 W/W2 OTC OT1 OT2 C R Y1 G Y/Y2 HUM REMOVE
NOTES: PRODUCTION
1.) Y ENABLES HI SPD FAN COOLING OUTDOOR WIRE Y1-O
CO NDENS ER HEATPUMP
2.) E AND W2 ENABLE HI SPD FAN HEATING R YCON COM O W2 ED Y1

5
3.) IF OT2 PJ2 JUMPER IS CUT, E AND W2 ENABLE LO

1
CR11
CR9 W1 W2 C R
SPD FAN HEATING 24 VAC CR3
R2 S

1 2 3 4 5 67 8
W1 W2 WI
CR8

OT1 PJ4
4.) CUT HUM PJ6 JUMPER IF USING HUMIDISTAT TC
CR10 CR7

H CR6
STAT OPENS ON HUMIDITY RISE OT2 PJ2

J3
R1 CR5
CR2
HUM PJ6 C2

J2
DI

4
CR1

DS1
5.) DIP SWITCH #4 MUST BE IN THE "OFF" POSITION

1
PLEASE REFER P
TO MANUAL O O
FOR PROPER N FF
R3
DIP SWITCH
J1

CONFIGURATION. GOODMAN MFG. CO. L.P.

1ST STAGE HEATER

HEATPUMP - WITH 1 STG EMHT 1 STG AUX HEAT

RTG ROOM
HEATPUMP THERMOSTAT
R Y2 C O W2 Y1 E W2 O C R G Y2 Y1
IF NEEDED

CO NDENS ER
HEATPUMP HUMIDISTAT
R YCON COM O W2 ED (OPTIONAL)

SEE NOTE 4
THERMOSTATS HUMIDISTAT
E\W1 W/W2 OTC OT1 OT2 C R Y1 G Y/Y2 HUM REMOVE
NOTES: PRODUCTION
1.) Y ENABLES HI SPD FAN COOLING OUTDOOR WIRE Y1-O
CO NDENS ER HEATPUMP
2.) E ENABLES LO SPD FAN HEATING R YCON COM O W2 ED Y1
W2 ENABLES HI SPD FAN HEATING
5
1

CR11
W1 W2 C R
3.) OT1 PJ4 MUST BE CUT FOR THIS
CR9
24 VAC CR3
CONFIGURATION R2 S
1 2 3 4 5 67 8

W1 W2 WI
CR8
CR10 OT1 PJ4 TC
CR7

4.) CUT HUM PJ6 JUMPER IF USING HUMIDISTAT PJ2


H CR6
OT2
J3

R1 CR5
STAT OPENS ON HUMIDITY RISE HUM PJ6
CR2
C2
J2

DI
4

CR1
DS1

PLEASE REFER P
5.) DIP SWITCH #4 MUST BE IN THE "OFF" POSITION TO MANUAL O O
FF
FOR PROPER R3
N
DIP SWITCH
J1

CONFIGURATION. GOODMAN MFG. CO. L.P.


2ND STAGE HEATER
1ST STAGE HEATER

HEATPUMP - 2 STG EMHT 1 STG AUX HEAT

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
20
WIRING DIAGRAMS
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

OUTDOOR
RTG ROOM
THERMOSTAT
HEATPUMP THERMOSTAT
R Y2 C O W2 Y1 E W2 O C R G Y2 Y1

IF NEEDED
CO NDENS ER
HEATPUMP HUMIDISTAT
R YCON COM O W2 ED (OPTIONAL)

SEE NOTE 4
THERMOSTATS HUMIDISTAT
E\W1 W/W2 OTC OT1 OT2 C R Y1 G Y/Y2 HUM REMOVE
NOTES: PRODUCTION
1.) Y ENABLES HI SPD FAN COOLING OUTDOOR WIRE Y1-O
CO NDENS ER
HEATPUMP
2.) E ENABLES LO SPD FAN HEATING R YCON COM O W2 ED Y1
W2 ENABLES LO SPD FAN HEATING

5
W2 AND OT2 CLOSED ENABLES HI SPD

1
CR11
W1 W2 C R
FAN HEATING
CR9
24 VAC CR3
R2 S

1 2 3 4 5 67 8
W1 W2 WI
CR8
3.) OT2 PJ2 MUST BE CUT FOR THIS CR10 OT1 PJ4 TC
CR7

CONFIGURATION OT2 PJ2


H CR6

J3
R1 CR5
CR2
HUM PJ6 C2

J2
4.) CUT HUM PJ6 JUMPER IF USING HUMIDISTAT DI

4
CR1

DS1

1
PLEASE REFER P
STAT OPENS ON HUMIDITY RISE TO MANUAL O O
FOR PROPER R3
N FF
DIP SWITCH
J1

5.) DIP SWITCH #4 MUST BE IN THE "OFF" POSITION CONFIGURATION. GOODMAN MFG. CO. L.P.
2ND STAGE HEATER
1ST STAGE HEATER

1ST STAGE AUX HEAT ENABLED BY ROOM T'STAT


2ND STAGE AUX ENABLED BY ROOM T'STAT AND OUTDOOR T'STAT

HEATPUMP - 2 STG EMHT 2 STG AUX - 1 OUTDOOR T'STAT

RTG OT1 OT2 ROOM


HEATPUMP THERMOSTAT
R Y2 C O W2 Y1 E W2 O C R G Y2 Y1
IF NEEDED

CO NDENS ER
HEATPUMP HUMIDISTAT
R YCON COM O W2 ED (OPTIONAL)
OTC OT1 OT2

OUTDOOR SEE NOTE 4


THERMOSTATS HUMIDISTAT
E\W1 W/W2 OTC OT1 OT2 C R Y1 G Y/Y2 HUM REMOVE
NOTES: PRODUCTION
1.) Y ENABLES HI SPD FAN COOLING OUTDOOR WIRE Y1-O
CO NDENS ER
HEATPUMP
2.) E ENABLES LO SPD FAN HEATING R YCON COM O W2 ED Y1
W2 AND OT1 CLOSED ENABLES LO SPD FAN HEATING
5

W2 AND OT2 CLOSED ENABLES HI SPD FAN HEATING


1

CR11
CR9 W1 W2 C R
24 VAC CR3
R2 S
1 2 3 4 5 67 8

W1 W2 WI
CR8
3.) OT1 PJ4 AND OT2 PJ2 MUST BE CUT FOR THIS CR10 OT1 PJ4 TC
CR7

CONFIGURATION OT2 PJ2


H CR6
J3

R1 CR5
CR2
HUM PJ6 C2
J2

4.) CUT HUM PJ6 JUMPER IF USING HUMIDISTAT DI


4

CR1
DS1

PLEASE REFER P
STAT OPENS ON HUMIDITY RISE TO MANUAL O O
FOR PROPER R3
N FF
DIP SWITCH
J1

5.) DIP SWITCH #4 MUST BE IN THE "OFF" POSITION CONFIGURATION. GOODMAN MFG. CO. L.P.
2ND STAGE HEATER
1ST STAGE HEATER

NO AUX HEAT IN HEATPUMP MODE UNTIL OUTDOOR T'STAT CLOSES

HEATPUMP - 2 STG EMHT 2 STG AUX - 2 OUTDOOR T'STATS

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
21
WIRING DIAGRAMS
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

OUTDOOR
RTG ROOM
THERMOSTAT
HEATPUMP THERMOSTAT
R Y2 C O W2 Y1 E W2 O C R G Y2 Y1

IF NEEDED
CO NDENS ER HEATPUMP HUMIDISTAT
R YCON COM O W2 ED (OPTIONAL)

SEE NOTE 4
THERMOSTATS HUMIDISTAT
E\W1 W/W2 OTC OT1 OT2 C R Y1 G Y/Y2 HUM REMOVE
NOTES: PRODUCTION
1.) Y ENABLES HI SPD FAN COOLING OUTDOOR WIRE Y1-O
CO NDENS ER HEATPUMP
2.) E ENABLES LO SPD FAN HEATING R YCON COM O W2 ED Y1
W2 AND OT2 CLOSED ENABLES HI SPD

5
FAN HEATING

1
CR11
CR9 W1 W2 C R
24 VAC
3.) OT1 PJ4 AND OT2 PJ2 MUST BE CUT FOR THIS
CR3
R2 S

1 2 3 4 5 67 8
W1 W2 WI
CR8
CONFIGURATION CR10 OT1 PJ4 TC
CR7

H CR6
OT2 PJ2

J3
R1 CR5
4.) CUT HUM PJ6 JUMPER IF USING HUMIDISTAT HUM PJ6
CR2
C2

J2
STAT OPENS ON HUMIDITY RISE DI

4
CR1

DS1

1
PLEASE REFER P
TO MANUAL O O
N FF
5.) DIP SWITCH #4 MUST BE IN THE "OFF" POSITION FOR PROPER R3
DIP SWITCH
J1

CONFIGURATION. GOODMAN MFG. CO. L.P.


2ND STAGE HEATER
1ST STAGE HEATER

NO AUX HEAT IN HEATPUMP MODE UNTIL T'STAT CLOSES

HEATPUMP - 2 STG EMHT 1 STG AUX - 1 OUTDOOR T'STAT

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
22
TO Y ON
TSTWK01 BOARD
WIRING DIAGRAMS

4 1N4005
DIODES
RSG 2 5 Y1 R1
Y2 R2
1 3 Y1 Y2 W1 W2 G C R
REMOTE
CONDENSING HUMIDISTAT
C Y (OPTIONAL)

IF NEEDED
UNIT TO COMMON ON
TSTWK01 BOARD
SEE NOTE 1
ENCODED THERMOSTAT HUMIDISTAT
THERMOSTATS
S1 S2 S3 G Com R E\W1 W/W2 OTC OT1 OT2 C R Y1 G Y/Y2 HUM
HIGH VOLTAGE!

TSTWK01 TEST
CR5 OUTDOOR
BOARD CR11
R2
CR4 R3 CO NDENSER HEATPUMP
C H F LED2 R YCON COM O W2 ED Y1
R6
PWR Y2 Y1 CR9 CR2
5

ZD3 ZD1
1

ZD2 R8

P1
CR8 CR11
CR14 Q1 CR9 W1 W2 C R
R5
24 VAC CR3
CR7 R2 S

K1
CR8
R7 CR6 W1 W2 WI

C1
T2 T1 CR13 R4 CR10 OT1 PJ4 TC
CR7
K2
CR6
CR12 C4
PJ2
H
OT2
J3

R1 CR5
K3 Q2
CR2
HUM PJ6 C2
J2
4

DI CR1
1

C2
1 2 3 4 5 67 8

PLEASE REFER
DS1

C5 R1 P
C3
TO MANUAL O O
CR1
FOR PROPER N FF
CR3 R3
J1

DIP SWITCH
L2 L1 CONFIGURATION. GOODMAN MFG. CO. L.P.
GOODMAN MFG. CO. L.P.
24 V Y/Y2
2ND STAGE HEATER
YLO/Y1 NOTES: 1ST STAGE HEATER
1.) STAT OPENS ON HUMIDITY RISE CUT OT1 PJ4 FOR 2 STAGE HEAT OPERATION
C/X 2.) DIP SWITCH #4 MUST BE IN THE ON POSITION
230 V
CUT HUM PJ6 FOR HUMIDISTAT OPERATION

TSTWK01 ENCODED 2 SPD COOLING - WITH 1 OR 2 STG HEAT


TRANSFORMER
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS

DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
Two-Stage Cooling with Conventional Two-Stage Thermostat
(Encoded with add on 1N006 Diodes)
(TSTWK01 Kit Required)

23
24
TO Y ON
TSTWK01 BOARD

OUTDOOR
THERMOSTAT
4 1N4005
DIODES
RSG 2 5 Y1 R1
Y2 R2
1 3 Y1 Y2 W1 W2 G C R
REMOTE
HUMIDISTAT
WIRING DIAGRAMS

CONDENSING
C Y (OPTIONAL)

IF NEEDED
UNIT TO COMMON ON
TSTWK01 BOARD
SEE NOTE 2
ENCODED THERMOSTAT THERMOSTATS HUMIDISTAT
S1 S2 S3 G Com R E\W1 W/W2 OTC OT1 OT2 C R Y1 G Y/Y2 HUM

TSTWK01 TEST
CR5 OUTDOOR
HIGH VOLTAGE!

BOARD CR11
R2
CR4 R3 CONDENSER HEATPUMP
C H F LED2 R YCON COM O W2 ED Y1
R6
PWR Y2 Y1 CR9 CR2
5

ZD3 ZD1
1

ZD2

P1
CR8 R8 CR11
CR14 Q1
CR9 W1 W2 C R
R5 CR7
24 VAC CR3
R2 S

K1
CR8
R7 CR6 W1 W2 WI

C1
T2 T1 CR13 R4 CR10 OT1 PJ4 TC
CR7
K2
CR6
CR12 C4
PJ2
H
OT2
J3

R1 CR5
K3 Q2
CR2
HUM PJ6 C2
J2
4

DI CR1
1

C2
1 2 3 4 5 67 8
DS1

C5 R1 PLEASE REFER P
C3
TO MANUAL O O
CR1
FOR PROPER R3
N FF
CR3

J1
DIP SWITCH
L2 L1 CONFIGURATION. GOODMAN MFG. CO. L.P.
GOODMAN MFG. CO. L.P.
24 V Y/Y2
2ND STAGE HEATER
YLO/Y1 NOTES: 1ST STAGE HEATER
1.) OT2 CLOSED AND W2 DEMAND ENABLES
CUT OT2 PJ2 FOR THIS CONFIGURATION
C/X 2ND STG HEAT AND HI FAN
230 V 2.) STAT OPENS ON HUMIDITY RISE
CUT HUM PJ6 FOR HUMIDISTAT OPERATION
3.) DIP SWITCH #4 MUST BE IN THE ON POSITION

TSTWK01 ENCODED 2 SPD COOLING - WITH 1 OR 2 STG HEAT - 1 OT


TRANSFORMER
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS

DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
TO Y ON
TSTWK01 BOARD

CHET 18-60
ENCODED
4 THERMOSTAT
RSG Y1 R1
WIRING DIAGRAMS

2 5
Y2 R2
1 3 S1 S2 S3 R
REMOTE
CONDENSING HUMIDISTAT
C Y (OPTIONAL)
UNIT TO COMMON ON
TSTWK01 BOARD
SEE NOTE 1
ENCODED THERMOSTAT THERMOSTATS HUMIDISTAT
S1 S2 S3 G Com R E\W1 W/W2 OTC OT1 OT2 C R Y1 G Y/Y2 HUM
HIGH VOLTAGE!

TSTWK01 TEST
CR5 OUTDOOR
BOARD CR11
R2
CR4 R3 C O N D E N S ER HEATPUMP
C H F LED2 R YCON COM O W2 ED Y1
R6
PWR Y2 Y1 CR9 CR2
5

ZD3 ZD1
1

ZD2

P1
CR8 R8 CR11
CR14 Q1
CR9 W1 W2 C R
R5 CR7
24 VAC CR3
R2 S

K1
CR8
R7 CR6 W1 W2 WI

C1
T2 T1 CR13 R4 CR10 OT1 PJ4 TC
CR7
K2
CR6
CR12 C4 H
OT2 PJ2
J3

R1 CR5
K3 Q2
CR2
HUM PJ6 C2
J2
4

DI CR1
1

C2
1 2 3 4 5 67 8

PLEASE REFER
DS1

C5 R1 P
C3
TO MANUAL O O
CR1
FOR PROPER R3
N FF
CR3
J1

DIP SWITCH
L2 L1
CONFIGURATION. GOODMAN MFG. CO. L.P.
GOODMAN MFG. CO. L.P.
24 V Y/Y2
2ND STAGE HEATER
YLO/Y1 NOTES: 1ST STAGE HEATER
1.) STAT OPENS ON HUMIDITY RISE CUT OT2 PJ2 FOR THIS CONFIGURATION
C/X 2.) DIP SWITCH #4 MUST BE IN THE ON POSITION
230 V
CUT HUM PJ6 FOR HUMIDISTAT OPERATION

TSTWK01 ENCODED 2 SPD COOLING - WITH 1 OR 2 STG HEAT


TRANSFORMER
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS

DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
Encoded Two-Stage Cooling with GMC Thermostat Part # CHET18-60
(TSTWK01 Kit Required)

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TO Y ON
TSTWK01 BOARD

CHET 18-60
OUTDOOR
ENCODED THERMOSTAT
4
THERMOSTAT
RSG 2 5 Y1 R1
Y2 R2
1 3 S1 S2 S3 R
REMOTE
CONDENSING HUMIDISTAT
WIRING DIAGRAMS

C Y (OPTIONAL)
UNIT TO COMMON ON
TSTWK01 BOARD
SEE NOTE 2
ENCODED THERMOSTAT
THERMOSTATS HUMIDISTAT
S1 S2 S3 G Com R E\W1 W/W2 OTC OT1 OT2 C R Y1 G Y/Y2 HUM

TSTWK01 TEST
CR5 OUTDOOR
BOARD CR11
R2
CR4 R3 C O N D EN S ER HEATPUMP
HIGH VOLTAGE!

C H F LED2 R YCON COM O W2 ED Y1


R6
PWR Y2 Y1 CR9 CR2
5

ZD3 ZD1
1

ZD2

P1
CR8 R8 CR11
CR14 Q1
CR9 W1 W2 C R
R5 CR7
24 VAC CR3
R2 S

K1
CR8
R7 CR6 W1 W2 WI

C1
T2 T1 CR13 R4 CR10 OT1 PJ4 TC
CR7
K2
CR6
CR12 C4
PJ2
H
OT2
J3

R1 CR5
K3 Q2
CR2
HUM PJ6 C2
J2
4

DI CR1
1

C2
1 2 3 4 5 67 8

PLEASE REFER
DS1

C5 R1 P
C3
TO MANUAL O O
CR1
FOR PROPER R3
N FF
CR3

J1
DIP SWITCH
L2 L1
CONFIGURATION. GOODMAN MFG. CO. L.P.
GOODMAN MFG. CO. L.P.
24 V Y/Y2
2ND STAGE HEATER
YLO/Y1 NOTES: 1ST STAGE HEATER
1.) OT2 CLOSED AND W2 DEMAND ENABLES
CUT OT2 PJ2 FOR THIS CONFIGURATION
C/X 2ND STG HEAT AND HI FAN
230 V 2.) STAT OPENS ON HUMIDITY RISE
CUT HUM PJ6 FOR HUMIDISTAT OPERATION
3.) DIP SWITCH #4 MUST BE IN THE ON POSITION

TSTWK01 ENCODED 2 SPD COOLING - WITH 1 OR 2 STG HEAT


TRANSFORMER
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS

DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
Table 5. - Troubleshooting Encoded Two Stage
Cooling Thermostats Options

T
E
S
T

TEST FUNCTION SIGNAL OUT SIGNAL FAN


INDICATION
S1 + LOW SPEED COOL YCON + Y1
* S1 - * * LO SPEED COOL * * YCON - * * Y / Y2 HI * * ERROR CONDITION ( DIODE ON THERMOSTAT BACKWARDS )
S1 + - HI SPEED COOL YCON + - Y / Y2
S2 + LO SPEED HEAT W1 HEATER W / W1 SEE NOTE 3

INPUT S2 - O ED - O
FROM ( FUTURE USE )
THERMOSTAT
S2 + - LO SPEED HEAT W1 HEATER W / W1
SEE NOTE 3
HI SPEED HEAT W2 HEATER EM / W2
S3 + G NONE G
* S3 - * N/A N/A N/A * ERROR CONDITION ( S3 CAN ONLY READ + )
* S3 + - * N/A N/A N/A * ERROR CONDITION ( S3 CAN ONLY READ + )
POWER R+- 24 VAC R TO T'STAT R
TO
THERMOSTAT COM GND COM TO T'STAT C1 , C2
NOTES:
1.) THE TEST SPADE CAN BE CONNECTED TO ANY OTHER TEST SPADE ON EITHER BOARD.

2.) THE + LED WILL BE RED AND WILL LIGHT TO INDICATE + HALF CYCLES.
THE - LED WILL BE GREEN AND WILL LIGHT TO INDICATE - HALF CYCLES.
BOTH RED AND GREEN ILLUMINATED WILL INDICATE FULL CYCLES DENOTED BY + - .

3.) SIGNAL OUT CONDITION FOR W1 , W2 HEATER WILL BE AFFECTED BY OT1 PJ4 AND OT2 PJ2
JUMPERS AND OUTDOOR THERMOSTATS ATTACHED. THE TABLE ABOVE ASSUMES OT1 PJ4 IS
REMOVED AND OT2 PJ2 IS MADE WITH NO OUTDOOR THERMOSTATS ATTACHED.

The chart above provides troubleshooting for either version of input from the thermostat. The proper output is a
the encoded thermostat option. This provides diagnostic “YCON” signal to the RSG condensing unit. When
information for the GMC CHET18-60 or a conventional two a test lead or jumper is connected between Test and
cool / two stage heat thermostat with IN4005 diodes added YCON, the red “+” LED will illuminate. The corre-
as called out in the above section. sponding response from the CKTS control will be an
illuminated “LOW” LED light and 24V applied to the
A test lead or jumper wire can be added from the test terminal
Low capacity contactor through the “LOW” terminal
to any terminal on the B13682-74 or B13682-71 variable
speed terminal board and provide information through the use
output.
of the LED lights on the B13682-71 VSTB control. Using this
chart, a technician can determine if the proper input signal is This similar procedure can be utilized on any termi-
being received by the encoded VSTB control and diagnose nal on the VSTB controls. The chart above indicates
any problems that may be relayed to the output response of the proper input and LED status as well as the
the B13682-74 VSTM control. corresponding out signal. Each mode of operation
must be verified during the check out procedure
Example: when the units are installed. The LED light provides
a easy method to verify operation without the use of
The system is calling for 1st stage cooling operation. a multi-meter.
The proper input signal from either thermostat op-
tion will cause the red “+” LED light to illuminate when
the test terminal and the “S1” terminal are connected
using a test lead or jumper wire. This verifies proper

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