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Factory Authorized Parts™ - ZP103KCE-TFE-950 Copeland Scroll™ Compressor

Item: ZP103KCE-TFE-950
MFR: ZP103KCE-TFE-950
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Description

ZP103KCE-TFE-950 is a Copeland branded Scroll Compressor that is Three phase with a voltage of 575 VAC. The compressor is designed to work in units that are compatible with a BTU Output of 104000 and use R-410a refrigerant.

Specifications

Weight132 Pounds (lbs)
Width11.23 Inches (In)
Height21 Inches (In)
Country of OriginUSA
Length10.38 Inches (In)
Amps13.6
ApplicationHVAC Equipment
BrandFast Parts
BTU Output104000
Capacity104,000
CSA ListingYes
Cycle/Hertz60 Hz
Discharge0.88
Discharge Connection7/8" Stub
Efficiency11
Evaporating Temperature35°F,45°F (7.2°C)
Factory Authorized PartYes
FeaturesScroll Compressor, Displacement (in^3/Rev) 5.88, Displacement (ft^3/hr) 714.46, 19 MCC Amps, 3500 RPM
High Locked Rotor Amps80
Liquid Line Size (OD)7/8"
Locked Rotor Amps80
Mass Flow1530 lbs./hr.,1290 lbs./hr.
Maximum Amps Running13.6
Maximum Operating Current15
Motor TypeGeneral 6 Lead Part Winding
Mounting Dimensions7.5" x 7.5" x 21.75"
Oil Charge Initial131
Oil Charge Recharge6.625
Oil Type3 MAF
Overall Length10.38
PhaseThree
Product FamilyZP
Prop 65No
ProtectionInternal Inherent
Rated Load Amps12.2,13.6
Refrigerant410A
Return Gas Temperature55°F,65°F (18.3°C)
Suction Line FittingSweat or Braze
Suction Line Size (OD)1 3/8"
TypeHermetic
Voltage575
Warranty OfferedYes

Replacement For

  • Item: 34B0101N06
  • Item: GC30UL002
  • Item: T111100483
  • Item: ZP103KCE-TFE-455
  • Item: ZP103KCETFE250
  • Item: 100-483

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