b. The unit is designed to provide for several basic types of installation. See the
following paragraphs for instructions only if they are applicable to your requirements.
(1) Remote mounting of control module. (See para. 4-7).
(2) When power and/or control cables(s) are to be connected through the return air
(3) Alternate input power cable connector locations. (See para. 4-11).
(4) Installations that require removal of the fabric cover. (See para. 4-10.)
REMOTE MOUNTING OF CONTROL MODULE. This paragraph
is applicable only
the control module is to be remote mounted. If the control module is to be removed from the
unit and installed in a remote location, follow instructions of this paragraph. (Refer to Figure
is used in operation of this equipment.
D E A T H ON CONTACT
may result if personnel fail to observe safety precautions.
Never work on electrical equipment unless there is another person nearby
who is familiar with operation and hazards of equipment and who is
competent in administering first aid.
When technician is aided by
opertors he must warn them about dangerous areas.
Whenever possible, input power supply to equipment must be shut off
before beginnin work. Take particular care to ground every capacitor
likely to hold a dangerous charge. When working inside, after power
has been turned off, always ground every part before touching it. Be
careful not to contact high voltage connections of 208 volts ac input
when installing or operating this equipment.
Whenever nature of operation permits, keep one hand away from
equipment to reduce hazard to current flowing through vital organs of
body. Do Not operate equipment without all guards, louvers, and covers
in place and tightly secured.