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COPELAND CERTIFIED REMANUFACTURE MODEL NOMENCLATURE


Use this chart to determine the specifications of your Discus Copelametic


® compressor: Tandem Style Models


Indicated by the digit representing the compressor Model series connected in tandem with a compressor of the model series indicated by the first digit.


Compressor Cooling


Description


A Air Cooled D Discus R Refrigerant Cooled T Std. Two Stage W Water Cooled


Capacity Multiplier


K 1,000 M 10,000


Primary Application Range


R ARI High Temp, Rated @ 45/130 S ARI Med Temp, Rated @ 20/120 F ARI Low Temp, Rated @ -25/105


Nominal Capacity at Rating Condition


2 numeric characters Copeland® serial number is usually bottom line of nameplate, example as follows: 11CA2345Y


Month (A-L: January-December) Production Plant


Year of Production


Compressor Motor Protection


Use with contactor. A External Inherent Protection —One Protector (Line Break).


F


Internal Inherent Protection — One Protector.


H Internal Thermostat(s) & Ext. Supplementary Protector(s).


L Internal Thermostat(s) & Three Ext. Supplementary Protectors.


S Internal Thermal Protectors — Electronic Sensors and External Control Module.


W Internal Thermal Protectors — Electronic Sensors & External Control Module. (for European use only)


4 DE 3 R 18MO - T S K 8 0 0 Model Variations


Either a number or a letter assigned to indicate major variations within any one family series.


Displacement and Valve Plate


A letter only, arbitrarily assigned for each different displacement-valve plate combination within any one family series


Compressor Motor Type Single Phase Motors


Compressor Family Series


Either a number or a letter established for each product model


C Capacitor Run—Capacitor Start I Induction Run—Capacitor Start S Induction Run—Split Phase X Induction Run—Capacitor Start, Low Torque Three Phase Motors General


T 3 Lead Single Voltage 6 Lead Part Winding (575 Volt) 9 Lead Dual Voltage


E Star (WYE) Delta F 6 Lead Motors Part Winding or Across the Line


* When applicable, specific 50Hz ratings (not necessarily identical to typical shown above) will be shown as alternate on 60Hz rated models.


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O Mineral Oil E POE Oil L Less Oil


Electrical Codes 60Hz


A 115-1 B 230-1


C 208-230-3 D 460-3 E 575-3 F — G —


H 208-1 I —


N 230/460-3 P — R — S — T —


U 200-3


V 208-230-1 W — X


Y — Z —


3 200-1 4 100-1


*50Hz (Typical) 100-1 200-1


200/220-3 380/400-3 500-3 115-1 230-1 200-1


208/230-1


K 208/230-460-3 200/400-3 L — M —


210/240/380-3 380/420-3 200/400-3 200/380-3 200/240-3 220-1 200-1 —


200-1 200/220-3


Misc. A.C. Ratings 500-3


220/240-1 200-1 100-1


5 200-230-3 — 6 230-3 7 380


— 346 8 200220/380 200/346


Product Variations


001 through 199 reserved for sub- B/M numbers.


200 indicates a standard compressor and component parts B/M and model number. 201 and larger assigned for all other variations of a given model.


Sequence Number Alpha and Numeric


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