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Factory Authorized Parts™ - ZR125KCE-TFD-950 125000 BTUH Copeland Scroll™ Compressor R-22

Item: ZR125KCE-TFD-950

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ZR125KCE-TFD-950 is a Copeland branded Scroll Compressor that is three phase with a voltage of 460 VAC. The compressor is designed to work in units that are compatible with a BTU output of 125000 and use R-22 refrigerant.

  • ZR'S for high efficiency - EER 11.0 plus
  • Low Noise & Vibration levels
  • Inherent motor protection
  • Centrifugal oil pump
  • For Heat Pump & Air Conditioning duty
  • POE Oil


Weight156 Pounds (lbs)
Width19 Inches (In)
Height28 Inches (In)
Country of OriginUSA
Length16 Inches (In)
Base7.5" x 7.5"
BTU Output125000
CSA ListingYes
Cycle/Hertz50/60 Hz
Discharge7/8 H 19.73
Discharge Connection7/8"
Evaporating Temperature35°F,45°F (7.2°C)
Factory Authorized PartYes
FeaturesScroll Compressor, Displacement (in^3/Rev) 10.2, Displacement (ft^3/hr) 1239.34, 26.9 MCC Amps, 3500 RPM
High Locked Rotor Amps125
Liquid Line Size (OD)7/8"
Locked Rotor Amps125
Maximum Amps Running19.2
Maximum Operating Current19.6
Motor TypeGeneral 3 Lead Single Voltage
Mounting Dimensions7.5" x 7.5" x 21.75"
Oil Charge Initial110 oz.
Oil Charge Recharge106 oz.
Oil TypePolyol Ester (POE)
Overall Length10.38
Product FamilyZR
Prop 65No
ProtectionInternal Inherent
Rated Load Amps19.2
RefrigerantR-22; R407C; R134a
Return Gas Temperature55°F,65°F (18.3°C)
Suction Line FittingSweat or Braze
Suction Line Size (OD)1 3/8"
TypeReciprocating or Hermetic
Voltage460 VAC,380-420 VAC
Warranty OfferedYes


Replacement For

  • Item: T111100328
  • Item: T111100515
  • Item: 100-328
  • Item: 100-515

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