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Rent 40ft Dual Voltage Cold Storage Refrigerated Container

Rent 40ft High Cube Refrigerated ISO Container Dual Voltage 208-230 V 3 Ph 50 Amp / 408-480 V 3 Ph 25 Amp
SKU
R40HCRF3T

40 ft cold storage refrigerated rental container offers dual voltage option, the lowest humidity and the best temperature range available in cold storage industry. Secure the success of your business with mobile refrigeration containers that provide stable cold temperatures. Rent mobile refrigerated container with our same or next day delivery service in your area.

Short term rental contracts. Return anytime.

  • Dual Voltage 208-230 V 3 Ph 50 Amp / 408-480 V 3 Ph 25 Amp (NOTE: The system is designed for 3-phase WYE connections only.)
  • Operating Temperature
    a) Carrier or Daikin -20°F to +70°F
    b) Thermo King -40°F to +70°F

Have questions?

Schedule a call

 

Transformer Input Plug Nema 14-50P

Transformer Plug Nema 14-50P

Wiring Color Codes:

  1. Phase (Black) 110-120 V
  2. Phase (Red) 110-120 V
  3. Phase (White) 110-120 V
  4. Ground (Green)

NO NEUTRAL! 3 Phase WYE Only!

Input BRY430P7W 480V 32A 3P plug

Container Plug BRY430P7W 480 V 3 Ph 30 Amp

Wiring Color Codes:

  1. Phase (Black) 208-230 V
  2. Phase (Red) 208-230 V
  3. Phase (White) 208-230 V
  4. Ground (Green)

NO NEUTRAL! 3 Phase WYE Only!

insulated walls

3” Insulated Walls

Fully insulated with 3” foam to maintain a constant internal temperature. Covers, walls, ceiling and floor. 

Reefer container doors

Secure Closing Cargo Doors with Locking Rods

The secure closing cargo doors provide a tight and protective seal. Fit with locking rods that engage at multiple points of contact along the top and bottom of the container.

  • Easy access 
  • Ground level entry 
  • Weather resistant 
  • Leak proof
  • Secure closing cargo doors
  • Compatible with a cargo door lock
Corner Castings

Corner Castings

All storage containers for rent come standard with corner castings. They allow for stacking; lifting with a crane; and absorb the weight of the container. 

  • ISO 
  • Corten Steel
T-grade aluminum floor

Aluminum T-grade Floor

Strengthened thermal treated aluminum floor. Withstands abrasion from foot traffic, equipment and repeated use. Keeps the contents of the container elevated so that cold air can flow underneath.

 

 

External dimensions

Length40 ft (12.19 m)
Width8 ft (2.44 m)
Height9 ft 6 in. (3.62 m)

Internal dimensions

Length39 ft 3 in. (11.96 m)
Width7 ft 8 in. (2.34 m)
Height8 ft 10 in. (3.38 m)

Door dimensions 

Width7 ft 8 in. (2.34 m)
Height7 ft 5 in. (2.26 m)

Weight

Tare Weight10,778 lbs. (4,889 kg)

Power requirements

 Direct to transformerDirect to container
Voltage208-230 V408-480 V
Amperage50 Amps25 Amps
Phases3 Phase WYE3 Phase WYE

Cooling capacity at 38°C (100°F) ambient temperature

BrandAir to EvaporatorCooling CapacityPower
Carrier-29°C (-20°F)3,100 Watt (10,600 Btu/h)5.0 kW
Carrier-18°C (0°F)6,010 Watt (20,500 Btu/h)6.4 kW
Carrier2°C (35°F)10,250 Watt (35,000 Btu/h)10.8 kW

Requirements

Horizontal Clearance110 ft
Height Clearance16 ft
Width Clearance10 ft

The Truck

40 ft refrigerated cold storage rental containers are delivered using a pickup truck and 40 ft Tilt-Bed trailer. This delivery method requires 110 feet of horizontal clearance for a successful delivery.

Door Location

When placing your order, know the direction you want the container doors to face at your location. This determines whether we load the container 'doors to the cab’ or 'doors to the rear' of the truck. On delivery day, our driver will back up to the location you’ve chosen and slide the container onto the ground.

Prepare the ground

Tilt-Bed trucks and trailers are heavy! In order for them not to get stuck, the ground needs to be compact and dry leading up to the drop location. Muddy roads are not suitable for a Tilt-Bed truck, or pickup truck with Tilt-Bed trailer to drive on. The driver will also need 30 ft of width for any turns they may need to make. If your location is already dry, compact, and level then you’re ready to go. If not, a common solution is laying down gravel, cement or pavement. To ensure the container is level, support all four corners with wood blocks.

Remove any obstructions

In addition to the container drop location, make sure to prepare the entire delivery site for the driver. Remove any obstacles in the way that would prevent the truck from reaching the delivery location. This includes low hanging tree branches, low power lines, overhangs etc. If there are any obstacles or issues you would like to bring to our attention please don’t hesitate to reach out to the Conexwest dispatch team.

 Looking for a generator rental for your refrigerated cold storage container? Here some great options we picked for you. Similar power generators can be found near your location.

Local generator rental companies

ImageCompanyType
Cresco 25kva generator for refrigerated cold storage container Cresco25 KVA = 22,500w
Cresco 36kva generator for refrigerated cold storage container Cresco36 KVA = 32,400w
United Rentals 15K watt generator for refrigerated cold storage container United Rentals15-17.9Kw = 15,000-17,900w
United Rentals 47K watt generator for refrigerated cold storage container United Rentals40-47Kw = 40,000-47,000w

 

 

How do I move the container? 

The 40ft refrigerated cold storage container is an excellent mobile storage unit. Here are two different ways to move it around your job site.

  1. 15,000 lbs capacity forklift with a minimum of 8ft long forks. This is the best method for completely lifting the container in the air. The 15,000 lbs load capacity will allow you to securely lift the container off the ground, and the 8ft long forks will provide the minimum length to secure the container without it tipping over. 
  2. A regular 5,000 lbs warehouse forklift will manage to lift the container by one end and drag it. It is not the preferred method, but will work if necessary.

When does pick-up and return happen?

Time slots are coordinated with you in the first or second part of the day from 7am-6pm PST from Monday - Saturday. For more information please contact us at (855) 878-5233 x 6 or [email protected].

Will I be charged for damages that occur during the rental period?

You will not be charged for minor damages, such as scratches or dents, which can appear during loading/unloading or normal usage. However, in the case of misuse or incorrect transportation methods that cause holes, broken doors, latches, overspray, floor damages or graffiti, a charge will be applied corresponding to the assessment of damages.

1Alarm CodeCauseComponentsTroubleshootingCorrective Actions
2AL05 Manual Defrost Switch FailureController has detected continuous Manual Defrost Switch activity for five minutes or more.KeypadPower cycle the unit.Resetting the unit may correct problem, monitor the unit. If the alarm reappears after 5 minutes replace the keypad.
3AL06 Keypad or Keypad Harness FailController has detected one of the keypad keys is continuously activity.Keypad or HarnessPower cycle the unit.Resetting the unit may correct problem, monitor the unit. If the alarm reappears replace the keypad and harness.
4AL07 Fresh Air Vent Open with Frozen Set PointThe VPS is reading greater than 0 CMH while unit is in frozen mode.Vent Position Sensor (VPS)Manually reposition vent and confirm using Cd45. Refer to VENT POSITION SENSOR SERVICE Section 6.25.If unable to obtain zero reading, replace defective VPS.
5AL10 CO2 Sensor FailureAlarm 10 is triggered when the CO2 sensor voltage is operating outside of the 0.9 v to 4.7 v range, or if the sensor is out of range.This is a display alarm and has no associated failure action.Refer to eAutoFresh manual.The alarm is triggered off when voltage is within operating range.
6AL11 Evaporator fan 1 IPAlarm 11 is triggered when configured for single evap operation and MC6 sensed high.Evaporator Fan 1The unit will suspend probe check diagnostic lo- gic and disable the probe check portion of defrost cycle.AL11 is triggered off when MC6 sensed low.
7AL12 Evaporator fan 2 IPAlarm 12 is triggered when configured for single evap operation and KB10 sensed high.Evaporator Fan 2The unit will suspend probe check diagnostic lo- gic and disable the probe check portion of defrost cycle.AL11 is triggered off when KB10 sensed low.
8AL15 Loss of coolingUnit fails to achieve 0.25C temperature delta for eight minutes before a probe−check defrost and then fails again for thirty minutes after the probe−check.N/APower cycle the unit.Resetting the unit may correct problem, monitor the unit.
9AL20 Control Contactor Fuse (F3)Control power fuse (F3A or F3B) is open.Check F3A, if the fuse is open:Check PA, PB, CH coils for short to ground, if short is found:Replace the defective coil. Replace the fuse.
10Check F3B, if the fuse is open:Check ESV coil resistance at TP7 to TP9, if short to ground, or if resistance is less than 4 ohms, coil is defective. Check CF, ES, EF, HR coils for short to ground, if short is found, coil is defective.Replace the defective coil. Replace the fuse.  
11Check Voltage at QC1:If voltage is present, it indicates a defective microprocessor.Refer to Controller Service Section 6.23.  
12AL21 Control Circuit Fuse (F1/F2)One of the 18 VAC controller fuses (F1/F2) is open. Refer to Cd08.System SensorsCheck system sensors for short to ground.Replace defective sensor(s)
13WiringCheck wiring for short to ground.Repair as needed.  
14ControllerController may have an internal short.Replace controller, refer to Controller Service Section 6.23.  
15AL22 Evaporator IPEvaporator motor internal protector (IP) is open.Evaporator MotorShut down unit, disconnect power, & check Evaporator Motor IP at plug connection pins 4 & 6.Replace defective evaporator fan motor, refer to EVAPORATOR FAN MOTOR Service Section 6.16.
16AL23 Loss of Phase BController fails to detect current draw.Incoming PowerCheck incoming power source.Correct power source as required.
17AL24 Compressor IPCompressor internal protector (IP) is open.CompressorShut down unit disconnect power, & check resistance of compressor windings at contactor T1−T2, T2−T3.Monitor unit, if alarm remains active or is repetitive replace the compressor at the next available opportunity, refer to COMPRESSOR Service Section 6.8.
18AL25 Condenser IPCondenser fan motor internal protector (IP) is open.Insufficient Air FlowShut down unit and check condenser fan for obstruc- tions.Remove obstructions.
19Condenser Fan MotorShut down unit, disconnect power, & check Condenser Fan Motor IP at plug con- nection pins 1 & 2.Replace defective condenser fan motor, refer to Condenser Fan Motor Assembly Service Section 6.11.  
20AL26 All Sensors Failure: Supply/Return ProbesSensors out of range.All sensors. detected as out of rangePerform Pre−trip P5:If P5 passes, no further action is required.
21If P5 fails, replace the defective sensor as determined by P5, refer to TEMPERATURE SENSOR Service Section 6.24.    
22AL27 Analog to Digital Accuracy FailureController AD converter faulty.ControllerPower cycle the unit. If the alarm persists, it indicates a defective microprocessor.Replace defective microprocessor, refer to Controller Service Section 6.23.
23AL29 AutoFresh FailureAlarm 29 is triggered if CO2 or O2 level is outside of the limit range and the vent position is at 100% for longer than 90 minutes.Alarm LED will be activated and user intervention is re- quired.Refer to eAutoFresh manual.The alarm is triggered off when atmospheric con- ditions are within limit settings.
24AL50 Air Vent Position Sensor (VPS)VPS Sensor out of range.Vent Position Sensor (VPS)Make sure VPS is secure.Manually tighten panel.
25If the alarm persists, replace the sensor or the assembly.Replace VPS.   
26AL51 EEPROM FailureController Memory FailureControllerPressing the ENTER key when “CLEAr” is displayed will result in an attempt to clear the alarm.If action is successful (all alarms are inactive), AL51 will be reset.
27Power cycle the unit. If the alarm persists, it indicates defective controller memory.Replace defective controller, refer to Controller Service Section 6.23   
28AL52 EEPROM Alarm List FullAlarm list queue is full.Active AlarmsRepair any alarms in the queue that are active. Indicated by “AA”.Clear alarms, refer to CONTROLLER ALARMS Table 3-6.
29AL53 Battery Pack FailureBattery voltage lowBatteryIf this alarm occurs on start up, allow a unit fitted with rechargeable batteries to operate for up to 24 hours to charge rechargeable batteries sufficiently. Once fully charged, the alarm will deactivate.To clear the alarm press ENTER and ALT simul- taneously at the startup of Cd19 (Battery Check). If alarm persists, replace the battery pack, refer to Section 6.23.5 Battery Replacement.
30AL54 Primary Supply Sensor (STS)Invalid Supply Temperature Sensor (STS) reading.Supply Temperature Sensor (STS)Perform Pre−trip P5:If P5 passes, no further action is required.
31If P5 fails, replace the defective sensor as determined by P5, refer to TEMPERATURE SENSOR Service Section 6.24.    
32AL56 Primary Return Sensor (RTS)Invalid Return Temperature Sensor (RTS) reading.Return Temperature Sensor (RTS)Perform Pre−trip P5:If P5 passes, no further action is required.
33If P5 fails, replace the defective sensor as determined by P5, refer to TEMPERATURE SENSOR Service Section 6.24.    
34AL57 Ambient Sensor (AMBS)Invalid Ambient Temperature Sensor (AMBS) reading.Ambient Temperature Sensor (AMBS)Test the AMBS, refer to TEMPERATURE SENSOR Service Section 6.24.Replace AMBS if defective, refer to TEMPERATURE SENSOR Service Section 6.24.
35AL58 Compressor High Pressure Safety (HPS)High pressure safety switch remains open for at least one minute.High Pressure Switch (HPS)Test the HPS; refer to High Pressure Switch, Section 6.9.Replace HPS if defective, refer to High Pressure Switch, Section 6.9.
36Refrigeration SystemCheck unit for air flow restrictions.Clean or remove any debris from coils.  
37AL59 Heater Termination Thermostat (HTT)Heat Termination Thermostat (HTT) is open.Alarm 59 is trig- gered by the open- ing of the Heat Ter- mination Thermo- stat (HTT) and will result in the disab- ling of the heater.Check for 24 volts at test point TP10, if no voltage at TP10 after unit has reached set point HTT is open.Replace HTT if defective.
38AL60 Defrost Temperature Sensor (DTS)Failure of the Defrost Temperature Sensor (DTS) to open.Defrost Temperature Sensor (DTS)Test the DTS; refer to Sensor Checkout Proced- ure Section 6.24.1.Replace the DTS if defective, refer to Sensor Replacement Section 6.24.2.
39AL61 Heater Current Draw FaultImproper current draw during heat or defrost mode.Heater(s)While in heat or defrost mode, check for proper current draw at heater contactors, refer to ELECTRICAL DATA Section 2.3.Replace heater(s) if defective, refer to Section 6.15.2 Evaporator Heater Removal and Replacement.
40ContactorCheck voltage at heater contactor on the heater side. If no voltage present:Replace heater contact- or if defective.  
41AL63 Current LimitUnit operating above current limit.Refrigeration SystemCheck unit for air flow restrictions.Clean or remove any debris from coils.
42Check unit for proper operation.Repair as needed.   
43Power supplyConfirm supply voltage/fre- quency is within specifica- tion and balanced accord- ing to ELECTRICAL DATA Section 2.3.Correct power supply.  
44Current limit set too low.Check current limit setting Code Cd32.The current limit can be raised (maximum of 23 amps) using Cd32.  
45AL64 Discharge Temperature Sensor (CPDS)Discharge Temperature sensor out of range.Discharge temperature sensor (CPDS).Test the CPDS; refer to TEMPERATURE SENSOR Service Section 6.24..Replace the CPDS if defective, refer to TEMPERATURE SENSOR Service Sec- tion 6.24.
46AL65 Discharge Pressure Transducer (DPT)Compressor Discharge Transducer is out of range.Compressor Discharge Transducer (DPT)Confirm accurate DPT pressure readings, refer to MANIFOLD GAUGE SET Section 6.2.Replace DPT if defective.
47AL66 (SPT) Suction Pressure Transducer, (EPT) Evaporator Pressure TransducerSuction Pressure Transducer (SPT) out of range.Suction Pressure Transducer (SPT)Confirm accurate EPT and SPT pressure readings, refer to MANIFOLD GAUGE SET Section 6.2. Performing a Pre−trip 5−9 test will also check the transducers.Replace EPT/SPT if defective.
48MonitorIf the alarm persists, it may indicate a failing compressor, refer to COMPRESSOR Service Section 6.8.   
49AL67 Humidity SensorHumidity Sensor (HS) reading out of range.Humidity Sensor (HS)Make sure the humidity sensor is properly connec- ted in the socket and the wires have not been dam- aged.Monitor, replace HS if alarm persists.
50AL68 CPC Pressure Sensor (PS3)Condenser Pressure Transducer (CPC) out of range.Condenser Pres- sure Transducer (CPC)NAUnit will disable Con- denser Pressure Control if Configured.
51AL69 Suction Temp Sensor (CPSS)Suction Temperature Sensor (CPSS) out of range.Suction Temperature Sensor (CPSS)Test the CPSS, refer to TEMPERATURE SENSOR Service Section 6.24.Replace CPSS if defective, refer to TEMPERATURE SENSOR Service Section 6.24.
52AL70 Secondary Supply Sensor (SRS)Secondary Supply Sensor (SRS) is out of range.Secondary Supply Sensor (SRS)Perform Pre−trip P5:If P5 passes, no further action is required.
53If P5 fails, replace the defective sensor as determined by P5, refer to TEMPERATURE SENSOR Service Section 6.24.    
54AL71 Secondary Return Sensor (RRS)Secondary Return Sensor (RRS) is out of range.Secondary Return Sensor (RRS)Perform Pre−trip P5:If P5 passes, no further action is required.
55If P5 fails, replace the defective sensor as determined by P5, refer to TEMPERATURE SENSOR Service Section 6.24.    
56AL72 Control Temp Out of RangeAfter the unit goes in− range for 30 minutes then out of range for a continuous 120 minutes.Refrigeration SystemEnsure unit is operating correctly.Power cycle unit. Control Temperature is in In−range. Any Pre−trip mode, re- sets the timers.

40 ft cold storage refrigerated rental container offers dual voltage option, the lowest humidity and the best temperature range available in cold storage industry. Secure the success of your business with mobile refrigeration containers that provide stable cold temperatures. Rent mobile refrigerated container with our same or next day delivery service in your area.

Short term rental contracts. Return anytime.

  • Dual Voltage 208-230 V 3 Ph 50 Amp / 408-480 V 3 Ph 25 Amp (NOTE: The system is designed for 3-phase WYE connections only.)
  • Operating Temperature
    a) Carrier or Daikin -20°F to +70°F
    b) Thermo King -40°F to +70°F

Have questions?

Schedule a call

 

Transformer Input Plug Nema 14-50P

Transformer Plug Nema 14-50P

Wiring Color Codes:

  1. Phase (Black) 110-120 V
  2. Phase (Red) 110-120 V
  3. Phase (White) 110-120 V
  4. Ground (Green)

NO NEUTRAL! 3 Phase WYE Only!

Input BRY430P7W 480V 32A 3P plug

Container Plug BRY430P7W 480 V 3 Ph 30 Amp

Wiring Color Codes:

  1. Phase (Black) 208-230 V
  2. Phase (Red) 208-230 V
  3. Phase (White) 208-230 V
  4. Ground (Green)

NO NEUTRAL! 3 Phase WYE Only!

insulated walls

3” Insulated Walls

Fully insulated with 3” foam to maintain a constant internal temperature. Covers, walls, ceiling and floor. 

Reefer container doors

Secure Closing Cargo Doors with Locking Rods

The secure closing cargo doors provide a tight and protective seal. Fit with locking rods that engage at multiple points of contact along the top and bottom of the container.

  • Easy access 
  • Ground level entry 
  • Weather resistant 
  • Leak proof
  • Secure closing cargo doors
  • Compatible with a cargo door lock
Corner Castings

Corner Castings

All storage containers for rent come standard with corner castings. They allow for stacking; lifting with a crane; and absorb the weight of the container. 

  • ISO 
  • Corten Steel
T-grade aluminum floor

Aluminum T-grade Floor

Strengthened thermal treated aluminum floor. Withstands abrasion from foot traffic, equipment and repeated use. Keeps the contents of the container elevated so that cold air can flow underneath.

 

 

External dimensions

Length40 ft (12.19 m)
Width8 ft (2.44 m)
Height9 ft 6 in. (3.62 m)

Internal dimensions

Length39 ft 3 in. (11.96 m)
Width7 ft 8 in. (2.34 m)
Height8 ft 10 in. (3.38 m)

Door dimensions 

Width7 ft 8 in. (2.34 m)
Height7 ft 5 in. (2.26 m)

Weight

Tare Weight10,778 lbs. (4,889 kg)

Power requirements

 Direct to transformerDirect to container
Voltage208-230 V408-480 V
Amperage50 Amps25 Amps
Phases3 Phase WYE3 Phase WYE

Cooling capacity at 38°C (100°F) ambient temperature

BrandAir to EvaporatorCooling CapacityPower
Carrier-29°C (-20°F)3,100 Watt (10,600 Btu/h)5.0 kW
Carrier-18°C (0°F)6,010 Watt (20,500 Btu/h)6.4 kW
Carrier2°C (35°F)10,250 Watt (35,000 Btu/h)10.8 kW

Requirements

Horizontal Clearance110 ft
Height Clearance16 ft
Width Clearance10 ft

The Truck

40 ft refrigerated cold storage rental containers are delivered using a pickup truck and 40 ft Tilt-Bed trailer. This delivery method requires 110 feet of horizontal clearance for a successful delivery.

Door Location

When placing your order, know the direction you want the container doors to face at your location. This determines whether we load the container 'doors to the cab’ or 'doors to the rear' of the truck. On delivery day, our driver will back up to the location you’ve chosen and slide the container onto the ground.

Prepare the ground

Tilt-Bed trucks and trailers are heavy! In order for them not to get stuck, the ground needs to be compact and dry leading up to the drop location. Muddy roads are not suitable for a Tilt-Bed truck, or pickup truck with Tilt-Bed trailer to drive on. The driver will also need 30 ft of width for any turns they may need to make. If your location is already dry, compact, and level then you’re ready to go. If not, a common solution is laying down gravel, cement or pavement. To ensure the container is level, support all four corners with wood blocks.

Remove any obstructions

In addition to the container drop location, make sure to prepare the entire delivery site for the driver. Remove any obstacles in the way that would prevent the truck from reaching the delivery location. This includes low hanging tree branches, low power lines, overhangs etc. If there are any obstacles or issues you would like to bring to our attention please don’t hesitate to reach out to the Conexwest dispatch team.

 Looking for a generator rental for your refrigerated cold storage container? Here some great options we picked for you. Similar power generators can be found near your location.

Local generator rental companies

ImageCompanyType
Cresco 25kva generator for refrigerated cold storage container Cresco25 KVA = 22,500w
Cresco 36kva generator for refrigerated cold storage container Cresco36 KVA = 32,400w
United Rentals 15K watt generator for refrigerated cold storage container United Rentals15-17.9Kw = 15,000-17,900w
United Rentals 47K watt generator for refrigerated cold storage container United Rentals40-47Kw = 40,000-47,000w

 

 

How do I move the container? 

The 40ft refrigerated cold storage container is an excellent mobile storage unit. Here are two different ways to move it around your job site.

  1. 15,000 lbs capacity forklift with a minimum of 8ft long forks. This is the best method for completely lifting the container in the air. The 15,000 lbs load capacity will allow you to securely lift the container off the ground, and the 8ft long forks will provide the minimum length to secure the container without it tipping over. 
  2. A regular 5,000 lbs warehouse forklift will manage to lift the container by one end and drag it. It is not the preferred method, but will work if necessary.

When does pick-up and return happen?

Time slots are coordinated with you in the first or second part of the day from 7am-6pm PST from Monday - Saturday. For more information please contact us at (855) 878-5233 x 6 or [email protected].

Will I be charged for damages that occur during the rental period?

You will not be charged for minor damages, such as scratches or dents, which can appear during loading/unloading or normal usage. However, in the case of misuse or incorrect transportation methods that cause holes, broken doors, latches, overspray, floor damages or graffiti, a charge will be applied corresponding to the assessment of damages.

1Alarm CodeCauseComponentsTroubleshootingCorrective Actions
2AL05 Manual Defrost Switch FailureController has detected continuous Manual Defrost Switch activity for five minutes or more.KeypadPower cycle the unit.Resetting the unit may correct problem, monitor the unit. If the alarm reappears after 5 minutes replace the keypad.
3AL06 Keypad or Keypad Harness FailController has detected one of the keypad keys is continuously activity.Keypad or HarnessPower cycle the unit.Resetting the unit may correct problem, monitor the unit. If the alarm reappears replace the keypad and harness.
4AL07 Fresh Air Vent Open with Frozen Set PointThe VPS is reading greater than 0 CMH while unit is in frozen mode.Vent Position Sensor (VPS)Manually reposition vent and confirm using Cd45. Refer to VENT POSITION SENSOR SERVICE Section 6.25.If unable to obtain zero reading, replace defective VPS.
5AL10 CO2 Sensor FailureAlarm 10 is triggered when the CO2 sensor voltage is operating outside of the 0.9 v to 4.7 v range, or if the sensor is out of range.This is a display alarm and has no associated failure action.Refer to eAutoFresh manual.The alarm is triggered off when voltage is within operating range.
6AL11 Evaporator fan 1 IPAlarm 11 is triggered when configured for single evap operation and MC6 sensed high.Evaporator Fan 1The unit will suspend probe check diagnostic lo- gic and disable the probe check portion of defrost cycle.AL11 is triggered off when MC6 sensed low.
7AL12 Evaporator fan 2 IPAlarm 12 is triggered when configured for single evap operation and KB10 sensed high.Evaporator Fan 2The unit will suspend probe check diagnostic lo- gic and disable the probe check portion of defrost cycle.AL11 is triggered off when KB10 sensed low.
8AL15 Loss of coolingUnit fails to achieve 0.25C temperature delta for eight minutes before a probe−check defrost and then fails again for thirty minutes after the probe−check.N/APower cycle the unit.Resetting the unit may correct problem, monitor the unit.
9AL20 Control Contactor Fuse (F3)Control power fuse (F3A or F3B) is open.Check F3A, if the fuse is open:Check PA, PB, CH coils for short to ground, if short is found:Replace the defective coil. Replace the fuse.
10Check F3B, if the fuse is open:Check ESV coil resistance at TP7 to TP9, if short to ground, or if resistance is less than 4 ohms, coil is defective. Check CF, ES, EF, HR coils for short to ground, if short is found, coil is defective.Replace the defective coil. Replace the fuse.  
11Check Voltage at QC1:If voltage is present, it indicates a defective microprocessor.Refer to Controller Service Section 6.23.  
12AL21 Control Circuit Fuse (F1/F2)One of the 18 VAC controller fuses (F1/F2) is open. Refer to Cd08.System SensorsCheck system sensors for short to ground.Replace defective sensor(s)
13WiringCheck wiring for short to ground.Repair as needed.  
14ControllerController may have an internal short.Replace controller, refer to Controller Service Section 6.23.  
15AL22 Evaporator IPEvaporator motor internal protector (IP) is open.Evaporator MotorShut down unit, disconnect power, & check Evaporator Motor IP at plug connection pins 4 & 6.Replace defective evaporator fan motor, refer to EVAPORATOR FAN MOTOR Service Section 6.16.
16AL23 Loss of Phase BController fails to detect current draw.Incoming PowerCheck incoming power source.Correct power source as required.
17AL24 Compressor IPCompressor internal protector (IP) is open.CompressorShut down unit disconnect power, & check resistance of compressor windings at contactor T1−T2, T2−T3.Monitor unit, if alarm remains active or is repetitive replace the compressor at the next available opportunity, refer to COMPRESSOR Service Section 6.8.
18AL25 Condenser IPCondenser fan motor internal protector (IP) is open.Insufficient Air FlowShut down unit and check condenser fan for obstruc- tions.Remove obstructions.
19Condenser Fan MotorShut down unit, disconnect power, & check Condenser Fan Motor IP at plug con- nection pins 1 & 2.Replace defective condenser fan motor, refer to Condenser Fan Motor Assembly Service Section 6.11.  
20AL26 All Sensors Failure: Supply/Return ProbesSensors out of range.All sensors. detected as out of rangePerform Pre−trip P5:If P5 passes, no further action is required.
21If P5 fails, replace the defective sensor as determined by P5, refer to TEMPERATURE SENSOR Service Section 6.24.    
22AL27 Analog to Digital Accuracy FailureController AD converter faulty.ControllerPower cycle the unit. If the alarm persists, it indicates a defective microprocessor.Replace defective microprocessor, refer to Controller Service Section 6.23.
23AL29 AutoFresh FailureAlarm 29 is triggered if CO2 or O2 level is outside of the limit range and the vent position is at 100% for longer than 90 minutes.Alarm LED will be activated and user intervention is re- quired.Refer to eAutoFresh manual.The alarm is triggered off when atmospheric con- ditions are within limit settings.
24AL50 Air Vent Position Sensor (VPS)VPS Sensor out of range.Vent Position Sensor (VPS)Make sure VPS is secure.Manually tighten panel.
25If the alarm persists, replace the sensor or the assembly.Replace VPS.   
26AL51 EEPROM FailureController Memory FailureControllerPressing the ENTER key when “CLEAr” is displayed will result in an attempt to clear the alarm.If action is successful (all alarms are inactive), AL51 will be reset.
27Power cycle the unit. If the alarm persists, it indicates defective controller memory.Replace defective controller, refer to Controller Service Section 6.23   
28AL52 EEPROM Alarm List FullAlarm list queue is full.Active AlarmsRepair any alarms in the queue that are active. Indicated by “AA”.Clear alarms, refer to CONTROLLER ALARMS Table 3-6.
29AL53 Battery Pack FailureBattery voltage lowBatteryIf this alarm occurs on start up, allow a unit fitted with rechargeable batteries to operate for up to 24 hours to charge rechargeable batteries sufficiently. Once fully charged, the alarm will deactivate.To clear the alarm press ENTER and ALT simul- taneously at the startup of Cd19 (Battery Check). If alarm persists, replace the battery pack, refer to Section 6.23.5 Battery Replacement.
30AL54 Primary Supply Sensor (STS)Invalid Supply Temperature Sensor (STS) reading.Supply Temperature Sensor (STS)Perform Pre−trip P5:If P5 passes, no further action is required.
31If P5 fails, replace the defective sensor as determined by P5, refer to TEMPERATURE SENSOR Service Section 6.24.    
32AL56 Primary Return Sensor (RTS)Invalid Return Temperature Sensor (RTS) reading.Return Temperature Sensor (RTS)Perform Pre−trip P5:If P5 passes, no further action is required.
33If P5 fails, replace the defective sensor as determined by P5, refer to TEMPERATURE SENSOR Service Section 6.24.    
34AL57 Ambient Sensor (AMBS)Invalid Ambient Temperature Sensor (AMBS) reading.Ambient Temperature Sensor (AMBS)Test the AMBS, refer to TEMPERATURE SENSOR Service Section 6.24.Replace AMBS if defective, refer to TEMPERATURE SENSOR Service Section 6.24.
35AL58 Compressor High Pressure Safety (HPS)High pressure safety switch remains open for at least one minute.High Pressure Switch (HPS)Test the HPS; refer to High Pressure Switch, Section 6.9.Replace HPS if defective, refer to High Pressure Switch, Section 6.9.
36Refrigeration SystemCheck unit for air flow restrictions.Clean or remove any debris from coils.  
37AL59 Heater Termination Thermostat (HTT)Heat Termination Thermostat (HTT) is open.Alarm 59 is trig- gered by the open- ing of the Heat Ter- mination Thermo- stat (HTT) and will result in the disab- ling of the heater.Check for 24 volts at test point TP10, if no voltage at TP10 after unit has reached set point HTT is open.Replace HTT if defective.
38AL60 Defrost Temperature Sensor (DTS)Failure of the Defrost Temperature Sensor (DTS) to open.Defrost Temperature Sensor (DTS)Test the DTS; refer to Sensor Checkout Proced- ure Section 6.24.1.Replace the DTS if defective, refer to Sensor Replacement Section 6.24.2.
39AL61 Heater Current Draw FaultImproper current draw during heat or defrost mode.Heater(s)While in heat or defrost mode, check for proper current draw at heater contactors, refer to ELECTRICAL DATA Section 2.3.Replace heater(s) if defective, refer to Section 6.15.2 Evaporator Heater Removal and Replacement.
40ContactorCheck voltage at heater contactor on the heater side. If no voltage present:Replace heater contact- or if defective.  
41AL63 Current LimitUnit operating above current limit.Refrigeration SystemCheck unit for air flow restrictions.Clean or remove any debris from coils.
42Check unit for proper operation.Repair as needed.   
43Power supplyConfirm supply voltage/fre- quency is within specifica- tion and balanced accord- ing to ELECTRICAL DATA Section 2.3.Correct power supply.  
44Current limit set too low.Check current limit setting Code Cd32.The current limit can be raised (maximum of 23 amps) using Cd32.  
45AL64 Discharge Temperature Sensor (CPDS)Discharge Temperature sensor out of range.Discharge temperature sensor (CPDS).Test the CPDS; refer to TEMPERATURE SENSOR Service Section 6.24..Replace the CPDS if defective, refer to TEMPERATURE SENSOR Service Sec- tion 6.24.
46AL65 Discharge Pressure Transducer (DPT)Compressor Discharge Transducer is out of range.Compressor Discharge Transducer (DPT)Confirm accurate DPT pressure readings, refer to MANIFOLD GAUGE SET Section 6.2.Replace DPT if defective.
47AL66 (SPT) Suction Pressure Transducer, (EPT) Evaporator Pressure TransducerSuction Pressure Transducer (SPT) out of range.Suction Pressure Transducer (SPT)Confirm accurate EPT and SPT pressure readings, refer to MANIFOLD GAUGE SET Section 6.2. Performing a Pre−trip 5−9 test will also check the transducers.Replace EPT/SPT if defective.
48MonitorIf the alarm persists, it may indicate a failing compressor, refer to COMPRESSOR Service Section 6.8.   
49AL67 Humidity SensorHumidity Sensor (HS) reading out of range.Humidity Sensor (HS)Make sure the humidity sensor is properly connec- ted in the socket and the wires have not been dam- aged.Monitor, replace HS if alarm persists.
50AL68 CPC Pressure Sensor (PS3)Condenser Pressure Transducer (CPC) out of range.Condenser Pres- sure Transducer (CPC)NAUnit will disable Con- denser Pressure Control if Configured.
51AL69 Suction Temp Sensor (CPSS)Suction Temperature Sensor (CPSS) out of range.Suction Temperature Sensor (CPSS)Test the CPSS, refer to TEMPERATURE SENSOR Service Section 6.24.Replace CPSS if defective, refer to TEMPERATURE SENSOR Service Section 6.24.
52AL70 Secondary Supply Sensor (SRS)Secondary Supply Sensor (SRS) is out of range.Secondary Supply Sensor (SRS)Perform Pre−trip P5:If P5 passes, no further action is required.
53If P5 fails, replace the defective sensor as determined by P5, refer to TEMPERATURE SENSOR Service Section 6.24.    
54AL71 Secondary Return Sensor (RRS)Secondary Return Sensor (RRS) is out of range.Secondary Return Sensor (RRS)Perform Pre−trip P5:If P5 passes, no further action is required.
55If P5 fails, replace the defective sensor as determined by P5, refer to TEMPERATURE SENSOR Service Section 6.24.    
56AL72 Control Temp Out of RangeAfter the unit goes in− range for 30 minutes then out of range for a continuous 120 minutes.Refrigeration SystemEnsure unit is operating correctly.Power cycle unit. Control Temperature is in In−range. Any Pre−trip mode, re- sets the timers.
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