I can't tell exactly from the images (not enough resolution), but that is Waterfurnace with a desuperheater, yes? It probably has an IntellaStart (that's what WF calls it) on it (I have a Series 5 with a DSH and it is hard NOT to get that option).
Without the softstart, my 5-ton unit has a 104 LRA according to the label. With the softstart, it is still 37A. The Series 5 have two-stage compressors.
You still have to worry about the blower unit, the DSH unit, and the coolant pumps also. It is all on the labels (watch out for the pumps, I have two 240V pumps, you might have two or one - their label assumes a single pump).
The tech put a clamp-on meter on it after installation and the whole thing had about 18A at steady state if I remember correctly. It might have been in the low 20s however.
And if you have auxillary heat packs (I have 15Kw), the blower is powered from one of the heat pack circuits. You want the blower to work, but you really don't need/want the 5Kw/10Kw/15Kw heat packs trying to start. Disabling the aux heat depends on which t-stat you are using and the model.
I have three separate circuits going to the unit. 50A for the compressor. A 60A and a 30A for the set of heat packs (the 60A is for a pair of 5Kw and the blower, the 30A is for a third 5Kw). You can configure upto four for a total of 20Kw. If you don't any heat packs, the 50A also drives the blower of course.
The WF website has quite a bit of info you can download (actually too much if you aren't used to reading all their charts).