Cabin Mate

FEATURES ---------------
Design
  • High efficiency Tecumseh Rotary compressors provide reduced amperage, quieter operation, lower weight and increased reliability.
  • Evaporator coil with rifled tubing and raised lance fins permit excellent heat transfer and balanced performance.
  • Spiral cupronickel condensing coil provides long-lasting, low mass coil with increased performance.
  • Quiet compressor/fan combination ensures minimum cabin sound levels.
Installation
  • Unique V shaped drain/base pan provides for easy installation into tight locations and V-berths.
  • Low overall weight allows for ease of handling and positioning units.
  • Ducting/grille kits and seawater components are available for complete system installation.
Quality Assurance
  • Field proven, reliable digital control allows one touch, simple operation that is user friendly and programmable (Passport II option).
  • Each unit is pre-charged, test run in all operating modes and leak checked.
  • Largest worldwide dealer network for support and service.
  • All units meet or exceed applicable ABYC and U.S. Coast Guard regulations, CE Directives and general Air Conditioning and Refrigeration industry (ARI) standards.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Model
CM*7K
CM*9K
CM*12K
CM*16K
Capacity (BTU/H) (2)
7,000
9,000
12,000
16,000
Voltage (VAC)
115V 230V
115V 230V
115V 230V
115V 230V
Full Load Amps (FLA)
7.8 4.1
10.3 5.4
11.0 5.9
14.7 7.2
Rated Load Amps (FLA)
5.9 3.3
7.4 3.8
8.6 4.3
11.4 5.4
Locked Rotor Amps (Comp)
36.2 17.7
44.0 20.0
49.3 27.0
67.0 29.0
KVA. (Kilo-Volt-Amps)
0.9 0.9
1.4 1.2
1.3 1.4
1.7 1.7
Max. Circuit Breaker (Amps)
20.0 10.0
30.0 15.0
30.0 15.0
40.0 20.0
Min. Circuit Ampacity (Amps)
14.0 7.0
20.0 11.0
20.0 11.0
26.0 14.0
Refrigerant (R-22) (oz/g)
10oz/284.00g
14oz/397.00g
16oz/454.00g
16oz/454.00g
Net Weight (lbs/kg)
52.00/23.59
59.00/26.76
65.00/29.48
70.00/31.75
62.00/28.12
69.00/31.30
75.00/34.02
80.00/36.29
5/12.7
5/12.7
6/15.2
7/17.8
Dimensions
Width (A)
13.25/33.66
15.25/38.76
15.25/38.76
15.25/38.76
Depth (B)
20.25/51.44
21.00/53.34
21.00/53.34
23.25/59.06
Height (C)
11.75/29.84
13.50/34.29
14.00/35.56
14.25/36.20
* Add a Z to the end of the model number for a 230V unit. Add a V to the end of the model number for a vertical discharge blower configuration.
** BTU and electrical data are based on a 45F evaporator and 110F condenser in cool mode, and a 45F evaporator and 130F condenser in heat mode.
*** Note: 60 Hz capacities given. 50 Hz operation reduces capacity 17%.
**** P = Passport Control
Installation Guidelines for Cabin Mate
When choosing the proper model Cabin Mate unit, primary consideration should be given to calculated BTU loads and available power supply. Special consideration should be given to determining the reverse cycle heating capacities under anticipated conditions. Reverse cycle operation is affected by the sea water temperature. As it decreases, the units heat transfer capacity also decreases and proportionately affects the output of warm air, it is not recommended that the unit be operated in the heat cycle with water temperatures below 40F. The location for the Cabin Mate unit should be dry and accessible for service. Placement of the unit should be adjacent to a low return air access from the area to be conditioned. The unit should be installed with the proper fasteners and secures to a horizontal surface sufficient for the unit weight and torsion load from the vessels movement. Never install your air conditioner air handler in bilge or engine room areas. Insure that the selected location is sealed from direct access to bilge and/or engine room vapors. Do not terminate condensate drain lines within four (4) feet of any outlet of engine or generator exhaust systems, nor in a compartment housing an engine or generator, nor in a bilge (vapors can travel up the drain line), unless the drain is connected properly to a sealed condensate or shower sump pump. Failure to comply may allow bilge or engine room vapors to mix with the air conditioners return air and contaminate living areas. Grilles should be sized according to Marine Air design standards. Install the return air grilles low and supply air grilles high. Return air grilles must have removable filters installed on the unit. Ducting should be sized according to unit specifications. All ducting should be installed to be as smooth, straight and taut as possible, avoiding any unnecessary bends or loops. Once ducting runs are positioned properly they should be securely fastened to avoid shifting due to motion of the vessel. Plastic vacuum-formed and insulated aluminum transition boxes are available for proper air flow direction into any cabin area. Ducting should be properly secured to these transition boxes to prevent air flow leakage. Built-in plenums of chases must be sized properly, completely sealed and insulated. Reinforced marine grade hose must be used for the seawater circuit. All fittings must be double hose clamped. The hose should be routed upward from the thru-hull intake, sea cock, strainer and pump, to the condensing unit to prevent air locks in the centrifugal sea water pump. Circuit breakers and wire gauge must be sized according to marine design standards. Only standards tinned copper wire should be used. All equipment should be properly grounded. In keeping with regulations set forth by the EPA, only certified technicians should perform service on, or make adjustments to, the refrigerant circuit.

In the interest of product improvement, Marine Air Systems' specifications and design as outlined herein are subject to change without prior notice.


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