Question about Carrier XHB123D X/Y Series Heat/Cool Air Conditioner
I have a York F2RP018H06B A/handler with a 5KW heat strip and a Ruud UPNL-018JAZ R13 H/pump. Both units are new. The York has a #53 orifice, will this work or will I need a txv or a different orifice? Also, can I pull power for the heat pump from the air handler or will I have to pull power from the breaker box? I had planned on putting a 50 amp breaker in and running both units off of it.
Any advise is appreciated, Thanks, John
1. The units should match up without a problem.
2. You will need a 40 or 50 amp breaker for the A/H and 5 KW heat strip. You will probably need a 20 or 25 Amp for the condensing unit. I would check the FLA (full load amps) rating on both units, total them and install a breaker with no more than 20% more rating than the total. You can install a small box at the A/H with a breaker for the A/H and one for the condensing unit.
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