CC750 Comfort Control Center, 230 VAC Zoom

CC750 Comfort Control Center, 230 VAC

SKU:CC750-230

Brand: ICM Controls

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Product Type: Speed Control
- Nominal 24 VAC Inputs: 18-30 VAC RMS absolute
Operating Temp Range: -40° to +167°F
Line Ratings: Nominal
208-230 VAC RMS
- Inverter Operation: 180-264 VAC RMS absolute
- Bypass Operation: 170-264 VAC RMS absolute
- Max Inverter Amps: 8.5 amps RMS
- Max Bypass Amps: 10 amps (60Hz)
Power Consumption: 10 watts typical

Description for ICM Controls CC750-230

The award winning CC750 Comfort Control Center is a field programmable variable frequency/variable voltage fan motor speed controls that works with your existing single phase A/C or Heat Pump to more effectively remove moisture from the air. it provides enhanced comfort and improved indoor air quality with greater system efficiencies. It also generates warmer air discharge temps for winter months in heat pump applications

Product Features

  • Converts an inverter or standard grade PSC or shaded pole motor to a variable speed motor
  • Field programmable
  • Varies the air flow based on delta T
  • Mounts in or out of air handler
  • Motor lubrication algorithm
  • Inverter bypass
  • Inverter recovery
  • Over-current protection
  • Standard thermostat interface
  • Simple menu-driven programming
  • Uses existing motor
  • May be mounted in or out of the air handler

Programming Features
  • Differential temperature setting
  • Minimum frequency
  • Maximum frequency
  • G call frequency
  • Skip frequency
  • Maximum run time
  • Power setting
  • Repeat cycle function B or O active (for heat pumps)
  • Discharge temperature
  • Minimum coil temperature
  • Maximum coil temperature

Mode of Operation - The CC750 varies the blower speed based on the evaporator and return air temperature. A field adjustable temperature differential between the evaporator and the return air duct is maintained by controlling blower speed. A simple to use menu driven program lets the installer establish a latent and sensible cooling ratio to best meet the specific environment conditions unique to each install.

CC750 Comfort Control Center, 230 VAC

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ICM ControlsCC750 Comfort Control Center, 115 VAC
 
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4.0

I would buy this again

By MakeItWorkMike

from Atlanta

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Comments about CC750 Comfort Control Center, 115 VAC:

Great blower controller. Especially useful with heat pumps because it varies the blower speed based on the indoor coil temp. It slowly ramps up as the coil gets hotter so that you always have warm air blowing. This also keeps your refrigerant head pressure at an optimal level so that your heat pump operates effectively. This particular unit was a replacement for one that lasted only about 5 years. The installation is in an attic, so I think the attic heat got to it. The unit does get warm and has cooling fins. I might add a small fan or enclose it in the return air stream.

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2.0

Poor design

By J

from Indiana

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Comments about CC750 Comfort Control Center, 115 VAC:

I bought this unit so that I could run my hvac blower full time at a very slow speed. Rheostats previously did the job but they don't reduce the power, just the speed. This device worked great for this, but it's really designed to monitor your return air/evap coil temps and only run the blower as fast as necessary to maintain certain programmable parameters. The problem is that this device has a 50HZ max frequency output and when running at that frequency, it couldn't provide enough airflow to maintain temps without going into bypass mode. My system has a 3 speed motor which without this device provides adequate airflow wired on low speed. I have a 3.5-5.0 ton air handler with a 3.5 ton condensing unit so low speed airflow was enough. Using this devices screen to monitor temps, I determined that this units maximum output at 50HZ was significantly less than hardwiring the motor on low speed. It was going into bypass mode after several minutes each cycle which basically provides full power to the motor. I would think that most setups would have this same issue. For clarification, this unit is required to be and was wired to the HIGH speed winding, but had less output than the motor does when it's wired up directly in slow speed. This unit should have been designed to vary the frequency all the way up to 60HZ,because 50HZ output isn't enough output. If you just want to run a motor continuously at a reduced speed to save power, it's great for that.

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5.0

where has this device been all my life

By eric

from Illinois

Verified Buyer

Comments about CC750 Comfort Control Center, 115 VAC:

This product is great I have an oversized ac and when it was looking like replacement with a correct size was the only option the icm cc 750 saved the day I have moved the thermostat from an always uncomfortable 71 to 77 and I'm cold now due to the moisture finally being removed vs the old way when the ac kicked on and ran for 2 mins tops blasting just enough cold air to satisfy the stat. Another perk is the noise reduction it is hard to tell when it's running now vs the leaf blower rush of air that used to assault us from every vent in the house

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  • CC750 Comfort Control Center, 230 VAC

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    what comes with the unit? coil sensor? return air sensor? humidistat?
    Asked on 8/27/2013 by alan from dallas tx

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      See pages 10-12 on the Installation guide here is the link:
      http://s3.pexsupply.com/manuals/1266433779102/26311_PROD_FILE.pdf

      The coil sensor and return sensor are included. It does not come with a humidistat;It is equipped with a humidistat input that will work with any dehumidistat.

      Answered on 8/27/2013 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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