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L482A

Low Limit Controller


INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

BEFORE INSTALLATION 4 (101)


PUSH
SETPOINT TO
No special tools are required to install the L482A Low Limit ADJUSTMENT RESET
Controller. Refer to the job drawings for specific wiring and SCREW

installation information.

INSTALLATION
4-11/16
(119)

When Installing this Product...


1. Read these instructions carefully. Failure to follow them
SETPOINT
could damage the product or cause a hazardous
SCALE
condition.

7/8 (22) HOLE


2. Check ratings given in instructions and on the product to
FOR 1/2 CONDUIT
ensure the product is suitable for your application.
WITH 1-3/32 (28)
KNOCKOUT RING
20 FT BY 1/8 INCH
3. Installer must be a trained, experienced service
SENSING ELEMENT FOR 3/4 CONDUIT
technician.

4. After installation is complete, check out product

operation as provided in these instructions.


2-3/32
(53)
3/8 X 3/16
Mounting (10 X 5)
DIAMETER
ELONGATED 1-7/8 3/16 (5)
MOUNTING (48) DIAMETER
IMPORTANT HOLE MOUNTING
1. The controller operates from the lowest temperature
HOLE

along the entire 20 feet of the sensing element.


1-1/8 (29)
2. Locate controller case and bellows where ambient
5/16
temperature is always warmer than the set point.
(8)
3. For settings above the scale range midpoint it can be
1 (25)

necessary to locate the controller case close to a

steam pipe or other warm surface and make sure the


MOUNTING
HOLES (2)
element does not extend across a cold surface.
10-32 UNF-2B
THREAD

Controller 5/16 (8) 3-1/4 (83) C606A

Surface mount the controller (Fig. 1) vertically on any


convenient location (including the duct itself). Orient the case Fig. 1. L482A Low Limit Controller dimensions in in. (mm).
with the bellows positioned on the bottom.

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All Rights Reserved 996-496 Rev. A
L482A LOW LIMIT CONTROLLER

Sensing Element OPERATION

IMPORTANT On a temperature drop to setpoint, LINE 1 to M1 contacts


The maximum allowable sensing element tempera- close and LINE 2 to M2 contacts open. Reset to the normal
ture is 250F (121C). state is manual.
Uncoil only the amount of element required for the
application.
Bend element carefully and only as much as neces-
sary. Bends require a minimum radius of one inch WIRING
(25 mm).
Bend only some distance from the controller.
Pulling on the element damages it.
For elements subject to vibration, provide protection
WARNING
from any surface which the element contacts. Electrical Shock Hazard.

Mount element horizontally as shown in Fig. 2 and 3. Can cause severe injury, death or equipment

damage.

1. Locate the sensing element where it can sense the


Disconnect power supply before beginning installation
temperature of the air to be controlled.
to prevent electrical shock or equipment damage.

NOTE: Locate the element away from hot or cold air IMPORTANT
inlets. All wiring must agree with applicable codes,
ordinances and regulations.
2. Punch or drill a 1/4 in. hole in the duct and install
When switching both ac line voltage and an
CCT1802 Grommet (Fig. 2) to protect the capillary.
automation input (Fig. 4), the input wires must
3. Carefully insert the element through the grommet into run no more than three feet in the same conduit.
the duct. Use as much element as possible to provide See Fig. 6.
maximum protection.
4. Mount the element inside the duct or fasten to the coil if For typical L482A wiring, see Fig. 4 and 5.
freezing can occur.
a. Duct mounting: Use CCT2600 Clip (Fig. 2). NOTES:
b. Coil fastening: Use perforated metal straps (Fig. 3). Screw terminals are provided for wiring
connections.
GROMMET
Maximum wire size is 12 AWG.
ELEMENT USE NO. 10
SHEET METAL
Use 8-32 x 1/4-inch screws for replacement if
SCREWS necessary. Longer screws can interfere with the
switch mechanism and damage the switch.

CLIP
DETAIL LINE 2 LINE 1

BEND HERE IF
NECESSARY M2 M1

C789

L1
Fig. 2. Element mounted to duct with CCT2600 Clips. (HOT)
L2 FAN RELAY

TO STATUS
PERFORATED METAL STRAPS OR ALARM
INPUT OF
AUTOMATION
SYSTEM C791

Fig. 4. Typical wiring diagram with automation input.

C790
ELEMENT WIRE FASTENINGS

Fig. 3. Element mounted in duct with


perforated metal straps.

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L482A LOW LIMIT CONTROLLER

Adjustment
LINE 2 LINE 1 Turn the setpoint adjustment screw (Fig. 1) on the top of the
controller case to the value called for on the job drawings.

M2 M1 NOTES:
1. The setpoint adjustment is limited to 35-55F
(2-13C) by an internal physical stop.
L1
2. The setpoint is factory set at 35F. Setpoint is the
(HOT) temperature at which LINE 1 to M1 contacts close
L2 FAN RELAY and LINE 2 to M2 contacts open on a temperature
fall. The controller differential is fixed at 5F (3C)
LOCAL ALARM C792 nominal and is additive to the setpoint.
3. The operating point drops for elevations above
Fig. 5. Hookup providing freeze protection by shutting sea level. To compensate, increase the setpoint
down fan with line powered local alarm. adjustment 1F (0.6C) above the required set-
point for each 1000 feet (305m) above sea level.

CHECKOUT
LINE 2 LINE 1
Because of the L482A limited setpoint range, operational
M2 M1 checkout can be difficult. Use one of the following methods to
verify proper controller operation:
1. If the ambient temperature is below 50F (10C):
a. Turn the setpoint adjustment through the ambient
temperature and note the switch action.
b. When the setpoint is increased to equal the ambient
temperature:
36 INCH (1) LINE 1 to M1 contacts should close.
(914 MM)
MAXIMUM (2) LINE 2 to M2 contacts should open.
CONDUIT c. Decreasing the setpoint to 5F (3C) below the
ambient temperature should not affect the contact
positions.
TO

d. Pushing the manual reset button should:


FAN
(1) Open contacts LINE 1 to M1
RELAY

(2) Close contacts LINE 2 to M2.


2. If the ambient temperature is above 50F (10C):
a. Immerse at least one foot of the element in ice water
TO
(or wrap same in ice).
JUNCTION AUTOMATION b. As the element drops through the setpoint:
SYSTEM
BOX (1) LINE 1 to M1 contacts should close.
C793
(2) LINE 2 to M2 contacts should open.
c. Remove the element from the ice water (or ice
Fig. 6. Providing separate conduit for switched ac and
wrapping).
automation input wiring.
d. As ambient temperature rises to 5F (3C) the set-
point, there should be no effect on contact positions.
e. Pushing the manual reset button should:
(1) Open contacts LINE 1 to M1.
(2) Close contacts LINE 2 to M2.

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