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40KMC---N Split system Global cassette indoor unit
IR Remote Control
The unit can be used with infrared Remote Control, with the Carrier Room Controller or Zone Manager. Infrared control installation instructions are contained in the unit instruction and maintenance manual. Remote controls intallation instructions are contained in the relevant manuals, supplied with the remote controls. The operation and maintenance instructions for the indoor unit and the installation instructions for the indoor and the outdoor unit are given in the manuals for each unit. These are supplied with the unit.
Page Dimensions and weight.... 2 Technical data... Technical data of electric heaters... Material supplied... 3 Operating limits.... Components required for a complete installation.. General information.... 4 Accessories.... 4 Warnings: avoid.... 5/6 Installation... 6/8 Refrigerant connections.... 9 Electrical connections... 10/14 Fresh air renewal and conditioned air supply to adjacent room.. 15/16 System configuration.... 17 Operating test, address switch and address selector.. 18 Fault code, button T: EMERGENCY and guide for the owner. 19
Indoor unit item number 50Hz with grille 40KMC012-7N 40KMC018-7N 40KMC024-7N 40KMC028-7N 40KMC036-7N 40KMC048-7N 40KMC060-7N Indoor unit item number 50Hz + electric heater with grille 40KMC112-7EN 40KMC118-7EN 40KMC124-7EN 40KMC328-7EN 40KMC336-7EN 40KMC348-7EN 40KMC360-7EN Indoor unit item number 60Hz with grille 40KMC012-3N 40KMC018-3N 40KMC024-3N 40KMC028-3N 40KMC036-3N 40KMC048-3N 40KMC060-3N
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Dimensions and weight
40KMC 012N - 018N - 024N
40KMC 028N - 036N - 048N - 060N
40KMC---7N Unit Frame / Grille assembly
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012 17,5 3
Table I: Nominal data
POWER INPUT (WATT)
POWER INPUT (WATT) Heat pump Heating 231 Heating 3231
standard 40KMC012-7N 40KMC018-7N 40KMC024-7N 40KMC028-7N 40KMC036-7N 40KMC048-7N 40KMC060-7N
with electric heaters
40KMC112-7EN 40KMC118-7EN 40KMC124-7EN 40KMC328-7EN 40KMC336-7EN 40KMC348-7EN 40KMC360-7EN
Cooling only Cooling 231 Cooling 231
Cooling 231 Cooling 231
Heating 231 Heating 2231
Note: For power supply wire size and delay type fuses, refer to the outdoor unit installation instructions.
Table II: Technical data of electric heaters (if installed)
Electric heater capacity Supply voltage Max. current draw Control device Safety thermostat Power supply cables mm2 Recommended fuse (gL type) A kW V A
Heat pump 36
Cooling only 36
1.5 1.x 1.x 1.x 1.x 1.0 + + + + + + 1.0 1.x 0.x 0.x 0.x 0.400 (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) 3N 3N 3N 3N 6.5 6.5 6.5 8.8 8.8 8.8 8.8 6,5 10.8 10.8 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 GMC electronic control N 1 Manual reset thermostat ST1 60C N 1 Manual reset thermostat ST2 100C 3 G 1.G 1.G 1.G 1.G 1.G 1.G 1.G 1.G 2.G 2.G 1.G 1.G 1.G 1.10
Choosing the installation site
Positions to avoid: Exposure to direct sunlight. Areas close to heat sources. On damp walls or in positions that may be exposed to water hazard. Where curtains or furniture may obstruct free air circulation.
Recommendations: Choose an area free from obstructions which may cause uneven air distribution and/or return. Consider using an area where installation is easy. Choose a position that allows for the clearances required. Look for a position in the room which ensures the best possible air distribution. Install unit in a position where condensate can easily be piped to an appropriate drain.
Table VI: Accessories
Electrostatic filter Active carbon filter Room Controller
A= mod. 012, 018, 024. Code
40GK-900---001-40 40GK-900---011-40 40GK-900---002-40 40GK-900---012-40 33MC-RC
B= mod. 028, 036, 048, 060. B
Air supply outlet obstruction kit Room Controller kit (Grouping) Zone manager kit (Zoning) Zone manager Infrared control kit (2)
40GK-900---003-40 40GK-900---013-40 33MC9002 33MC9001 33MC-ZM 33MC-MC
X X X X X
Not to be used on units equipped with electric heater. IMQ approved kit.
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. any obstruction of the unit air intake or supply grilles.
. exposure to direct sunshine, when the unit is operating in the cooling mode; always use shutters or shades. positions too close to heating sources which may damage the unit.
. exposure to oil vapours.
. connecting condensate piping to sewage system drain without appropriate trap. Trap height must be calculated according to the unit discharge head in order to allow sufficient and continuous water evacuation.
. installation in areas with high frequency waves.
. only partial insulation of the piping. Non-level installation which will cause condensate dripping.
MAX 200 mm
. ascending sections of condensate drain piping. These may only be used near the unit with a maximum height difference of 200 mm from the top of the unit.
. flattening or kinking the refrigerant pipes or condensate pipes.
. horizontal sections or curves of condensate drain piping with less than 2% slope.
. excessive height difference between outdoor and indoor units (see installation manual of outdoor unit).
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. slack on electrical connections. disconnecting refrigerant connections after installation: this will cause refrigerant leaks.
. unnecessary turns and bends in connection pipes (see installation manual of outdoor unit). Excessive connection pipe length (see installation manual of outdoor unit).
Max. 2 louvres closed
Heat pump: louvre position for correct air flow Cooling: louvre position for correct air flow
Install the unit as centrally as possible in the room, the air flow direction can be controlled by means of the remote control (where used) or automatically, according to the operating mode (cooling or heating): this will ensure optimum distribution of the air in the room. During cooling mode operation the best position for the deflecting louvres is one which allows air diffusion close to the ceiling (Coanda effect). In heating mode, the louvres should be positioned so that the air is directed towards the floor, in order to prevent layers of hot air forming in the upper part of the room (this will happen automatically when the deflecting louvres are positioned in the AUTOMATIC mode). Alternatively the louvres can be placed in intermediate positions (with infrared control only) or allowed to move continuously (SWING).
In order to allow easy and rapid installation and maintenance, make sure that in the selected position it is possible to remove the ceiling panels or, if the ceiling is constructed using masonry, that access to the unit is guaranteed.
ATTENTION: Only restrict the air outlets as indicated in the drawing.
WARNING: To close one or two air outlets use the special kit.
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Prior to installation
Threaded hangers "T" bar (to be removed)
It is advisable to place the unit as close as possible to the installation site before removing it from the packaging. The grille panel and the remote control are separately packed for maximum protection. IMPORTANT: Do not lift the unit by the condensate drain discharge pipe or by the refrigerant connections; hold it by its four corners only. Unit installation will be facilitated using a stacker. If plaster board ceiling panels are installed the maximum dimensions of the unit housing must not exceed 660 x 660 mm (for models 12-18-24) and 900 x 900 mm (for models 28-36-48-60). In rooms with high humidity, brackets should be insulated using the self adhesive insulation supplied.
First position the refrigerant lines, as described in the chapter Refrigerant connections. Remove the T bar in order to facilitate installation operations.
Carefully lift the unit (without the frame) using the four suspension brackets (or the four corners), inserting it into the false ceiling. If the T bar cannot be removed the unit may need to be tilted (this operation may only be carried out with false ceilings with a minimum height of 300 mm).
Mark the position of the hangers, refrigerant lines and condensate drain pipe, power supply cables and remote control cable (see dimensions); the cardboard template (supplied with the kit) may be of assistance for this operation. Depending on the type of ceiling the hangers can be fixed as shown in the drawing.
False ceiling Spirit level
Nut Wooden frame Threaded hangers Washers Nut
Washer Threaded hangers Washer Nut Nut
Once the threaded hangers have been positioned, do not tighten the nuts, and insert the washers as shown in the drawing.
Align and level the unit by adjusting the nuts and locknuts on the threaded hangers, maintaining a distance of 25 - 30 mm between the sheet metal body and the underside of the false ceiling. Reposition the T bar and align the unit in relation to the bar by tightening the nuts and locknuts. After connection of the condensate drain line and the refrigerant lines, carry out a final check to make sure that the unit is level.
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Frame support brackets
Making the hole for connection pipes in the external wall After positioning the units and determining the connection position, make a 70 mm hole in the wall. The same hole can be used as a condensate drain pipe conduit. The hole should have a 5 - 10 mm slope toward the outside. Insert the plastic conduit provided. Pass the power connection cables through the conduit (see electrical connections).
Installation of grille/frame assembly Carefully unpack the assembly and check for damage sustained in transport. Attach the assembly to the unit by using the two hooks.
Flaring the end of pipes
Pipe Pipe insulation Adhesive tape
Remove the protection caps from the copper pipe ends. Holding the tube downward, cut the extreme end off, removing any copper shavings with a deburring blade. Remove the flare nuts from the FLARE connection body of the indoor unit and insert them into the pipes. Make the flare to the pipe end with the proper flaring tool.
Once all connections have been completed, check for leaks using soapy water. Finally, wrap connections with anti-condensate insulation and tighten with tape, without exerting excessive pressure on the insulation. Repair and cover any possible cracks in the insulation.
Extra charge of refrigerant (for R-410A only)
With pipe lengths up to 8 metres, the models shown below need an extra charge of refrigerant (R-410A). For longer pipes, refer to the outdoor unit installation manual.
Indoor unit model Outdoor unit model Pipe lengths up to 8 m 40KMC024N 40KMC124EN 38GL024G 70 g 40KMC018N 40KMC118EN 38YY018G 110 g
Flare end must not have any burrs or imperfections. The length of the flared walls must be uniform.
Lubricate the end of pipe and the thread of the flare connection with anti-freeze oil. Tighten by hand and then use two wrenches to tighten all connections fully, applying the tightening torque shown in the table.
Pour several litres of water into the condensate drain pan and check that it flows freely to the drain. Check pipe gradient and look for possible obstructions.
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C G CV
CONTROL PANEL mod. 12 - 18 - 24
CONTROL PANEL mod. 28 - 36 - 48 - 60
Condenser (under main terminal board) Ground connection screws GMC board Outdoor unit connection terminal board
Relay board (only on models with electric heater) Transformer Holes for fixing panel in position Emergency push-button
CV CLR CG CP CA
Fan connector LED/RECEIVER connector Float connector Pump connector Louvre connector
A. Electric heater supply connection B. Outdoor unit connection
Control panel can be reached by opening the grille and removing its metal cover by 4 screws.
IMPORTANT: Make ground connection prior to any other electrical connections. If the is fitted with an electric heater, this must have a separate power supply. Make the electrical connections between units prior to proceeding to the main supply unit connection. According to the installation instructions, the disconnecting switches from the mains power supply should have a contact gap (4 mm) such that total disconnection can be ensured under the conditions provided for by overvoltage class III.
IMPORTANT for units equipped with electric heater: The unit is equipped with two thermostats: one with automatic reset and one with manual (electric) reset that can be reactivated by switching the power supply off and then on.
Make sure the electric heaters power supply cable is fixed as shown in the figure CABLE PASSAGE (see page 14). Make certain that the YELLOW/GREEN cable is stripped back further than the others.
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Cooling only - 40KMC012N
Y O W2
WARNING: The ground wire for the indoor unit-outdoor unit connection cable must be clamped to a soft copper tinplated eyelet terminal with M4 screw hole.
Indoor and outdoor units interconnection (mm2) Model 40KMC012N GND L 3G2.5 N N Y 3G2.5 GND O W2 -
Indoor and outdoor units interconnection (mm2) Model 40KMC012N 40KMC012N connected to a multisplit unit GND L 4G2.5 4G1 N Y O W2 -
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Heat pump - 40KMC012N
Indoor and outdoor units interconnection (mm2) Model 40KMC012N GND L 3G2.5 N N Y 3G2.5 GND O 2x1.5 W2
Indoor and outdoor units interconnection (mm2) Model 40KMC012N connected to a multisplit unit
Terminal box legend, all models
L N N Y O W2 Earth Live power supply Neutral power supply Neutral connection indoor/outdoor unit Compressor interlocking contact Reversing valve control Outdoor fan signal
Power supply cable (H07 RN-F) Interconnection cable (H07 RN-F) Interconnection cable (H07 RN-F) Interconnection cable (H07 RN-F) Interconnection cable (H07 RN-F)
Notes: See outdoor unit installation manual. For correct passage of cables, please refer to the drawing shown at the end of this section.
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Cooling only - 40KMC 018N, 024N, 036N, 048N, 060N
O W2 S
Indoor and outdoor units interconnection (mm2) Model 40KMC 018, 024N 40KMC 036, 048, 060N GND R 4G1 C Y O W2 Disconnected S
Heat pump - 40KMC 018N, 024N, 036N, 048N, 060N
R C Y O W2 S
Indoor and outdoor units interconnection (mm2) Model 40KMC 018, 024N 40KMC 036, 048, 060N 40KMC 018, 024N combined with Multisplit
R 3G1 3G1
O 4x1 3x1
R C Y O W2 S Earth Live connection indoor/outdoor unit Neutral connection indoor/outdoor unit Compressor interlocking contact Reversing valve control Outdoor fan signal Defrost end signal
Interconnection cable (H07 RN-F) Interconnection cable (H07 RN-F) Interconnection cable (H07 RN-F) Interconnection cable (H07 RN-F)
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Wiring diagram - Cooling only or heat pump units with electric heater
LEGEND FACTORY WIRING FIELD WIRING CONNECTOR TERMINAL ON COMPONENT TERMINAL ON STRIP NORMALLY CLOSE CONTACT NORMALLY OPEN CONTACT CAPACITOR SENSOR TRANSFORMER
FAN CAPACITOR SAFETY MICRO FLOAT INDOOR FAN MOTOR DRAIN PUMP TRANSFORMER LED/IR BOARD CONNECTOR FLOAT CONNECTOR FAN MOTOR CONNECTOR LOUVRE MOTOR CONNECTOR PUMP CONNECTOR LOUVRE MOTOR MICROSWITCH LOUVRE RELAY BOARD ELECTRIC HEATER SAFETY THERMOSTAT IF PRESENT LIVE POWER SUPPLY NEUTRAL POWER SUPPLY
FS IFM PS T C1 C2 C3 C4 C5
PCB HTR ST
BROWN BLUE BLACK GREY YELLOW/GREEN
A/C COOLING ONLY H/P HEAT PUMP 60Hz Special Exsport Market
C G Y-G
W WHITE Y
NOTE: THE ELECTRIC HEATER POWER SUPPLY CABLE MUST BE OF THE 5G2.5 H07 RN-F TYPE.
IMPORTANT THE WARRANTY WILL BE INVALIDATED, IF FACTORY WIRING AND SETTINGS ARE FIELD-CHANGED.
Power supply cable Interconnection cable Interconnection cable Electric heaters power supply cable (optional) Room Controller/CZM connecting cable (optional) Refer to the control manual.
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Fresh air renewal and conditioned air supply to an adjacent room E N G L I S H
Model A mm B mm C mm
Duct connection flange Clip 6 mm neoprene gasket Insulated flexible duct Fresh air intake Conditioned air supply to an adjacent room Polystyrene partition Baffle Frame
Air intake grille
Wall Undercut door Wall-fitted grille Door-fitted grille
Side knockouts allow connection of fresh air inlet ducts and ducts to deliver conditioned air to an adjacent room. Remove the external prepunched anti-condensate insulation and take away the knockout panels using a punch.
Use locally purchased material, suitable for operating temperatures of 60 C (continuous). Conduits can be of flexible polyester (with spiral core) or corrugated aluminium, externally covered with anti-condensate material (fibre glass from 12 to 25 mm thickness). To complete the installation, all non-insulated ducts must be covered with anti-condensate insulation (ex. expanded neoprene, 6 mm thickness). Not observing of these instructions may cause condensate dripping; the manufacturer will not be held responsible for any damage caused. The two prepunched side knockouts must not be used at the same time to deliver conditioned air to an adjacent room. The return and supply duct lengths can be calculated in accordance with the air distribution to an adjacent room and fresh air renewal diagrams (also taking into account the pressure drop through air diffusers, grilles and fresh air filters), as well as the increase in noise caused by these ducts.
Air distribution to adjacent room With a pencil, trace a line on the polystyrene around the inside edges of the panel that was previously removed. Cut away the polystyrene with a knife, taking care not to damage the heat exchange coil.
Fresh air intake Remove the polystyrene partition. Introduce baffle supplied after frame has been hooked as per above figure. Following that screw the frame/grille assembly using the 4 screws.
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Fresh air renewal and conditioned air supply to an adjacent room
Diagram of conditioned air supply to an adjacent room: one louvre closed
External static pressure - Pa
450 m3/h l/s
Supply air duct to adjacent room
In case of two louvres closed, the fresh air flow towards the adjacent room is 50% higher compared with only one louvre closed (with equal static external pressure).
Fresh air renewal
The supplementary fan motor for outside air intake has to be supplied separately and controlled by a bipolar ON-OFF switch with safety fuses (field-installed). To adjust the fan motor air flow to the required values it is advisable to install a speed controller. Fresh air flow must be less than 10% of the total air flow, to avoid operating problems. For fresh air ventilation rates higher than 10%, a primary air treatment system with separate deflectors is recommended. Install an air inlet grille with filter inspection port to prevent dust and dirt from entering and fouling the indoor unit heat exchanger. Filter installation also makes the installation of a duct closing damper during shutdown periods unnecessary.
Conditioned air supply to an adjacent room
Air supply to an adjacent room requires that the outlet corresponding with the duct is closed, using the air supply outlet obstruction kit supplied. The kit cannot be used in units equipped with electric heater. An air inlet grille must be fitted (if possible near the floor) between the air conditioned room (where the unit is situated) and the adjacent room or, alternatively, the door must be undercut, as shown in the drawing. The duct lengths can be calculated in accordance with the air distribution to an adjacent room diagram, also taking into account the pressure drop through air diffusers and fresh air filters. DO NOT use active carbon or electrostatic filter kits for ducts towards adjacent rooms.
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The unit settings are made at the factory (refer to the specific instruction sheet). In the case of system installation other than the original one (as referred to in the specific instruction sheet) the factory configuration must be changed. Such operation must be performed by the installer as follows: ENGLISH
Check all electrical connections (instructions and wiring diagram). Insert the batteries into the remote control and leave it OFF. Energise the system, turning the power supply ON. and buttons of the infrared remote control and Press the hold them pressed for more than 5 seconds. The display will be cleared, the time segments will display the first configuration item (rAdr = remote address) and the temperature segments will display the default value of this configuration item (Ab = control of both indoor units). button until will appear GFdn on the display. Push to change the default value 1 into Through the buttons and 239 for T-KIT configuration or 240 for MULTISPLIT configuration. Press the button to send the configuration to the unit, which will confirm with a beep. button to exit from this configuration menu. Press the
Cooling only configuration (of the system)
Check all electrical connections (instructions and wiring diagram). Insert the batteries into the remote control and leave it OFF. Energise the system, turning the power supply ON. and buttons of the infrared remote control and Press the hold them pressed for more than 5 seconds. The display will be cleared, the time segments will display the first configuration item (rAdr = remote address) and the temperature segments will display the default value of this configuration item (Ab = control of both indoor units). repeatedly until UCFG is displayed. Press button Press either the or button to change the default value (HP) to the new value (CO). button to send the configuration to the unit, which Press the will confirm with a beep. button to leave the configuration menu. Press For other available configuration options, see table VII.
Note: When 30 seconds have elapsed and no buttons have been pressed, the remote controller will automatically exit the configuration menu and the procedure has to be restarted.
Cooling only configuration (of the remote controller)
Insert the batteries into the remote controller and leave it OFF. and buttons of the infrared remote control and Press the hold them pressed for more than 5 seconds. The display will be cleared, the temperature segments will display the first configuration item (CH = remote address) and the time segments will display the default value of this configuration item (Ab = control of both indoor units). repeatedly until rc is displayed. Press button button to change the default value (HP) Press either the or to the new value (CO). Press the button to send the configuration to the unit, which will confirm with a beep. button to save the new remote control configuration. Press For other available configuration options, see table VIII. Note: When 30 seconds have elapsed and no buttons have been pressed, the remote controller will automatically exit the configuration menu and the procedure has to be restarted.
Heat pump configuration (of the system)
Check all electrical connections (instructions and wiring diagram). Insert the batteries into the remote control and leave it OFF. Energise the system, turning the power supply ON. and buttons of the infrared remote control and Press the hold them pressed for more than 5 seconds. The display will be cleared, the time segments will display the first configuration item (rAdr = remote address) and the temperature segments will display the default value of this configuration item (Ab = control of both indoor units). repeatedly until UCFG is displayed. Press button or button to change the default value (CO) Press either the to the new value (HP). Press the button to send the configuration to the unit, which will confirm with a beep. button to leave the configuration menu. Press For other available configuration options, see table VII.
Item Shown on display
5 rAdr UCFG UAdr ZONE GFdn
A: remote unit A b: remote unit B Ab: remote units A and B HP: heat pump AC: cooling only 1-240 with increase of 1 1-240 with increase of 1 1-240 with increase of 1 OF: The unit remains OFF On: Unit automatic restarting
Remote address indoor unit A. See paragraph "address selector" Remote address indoor unit B. See paragraph "address selector"
Default address is both indoor units. Refer to the specific instruction sheet Unit CCN address (Carrier Confort Network) Default = 1. Number of zone. Default = 0. Default = 1. (Monosplit systems) 39 = configured as T-kit = configured as multisplit 2 Choose of operating mode after a power supply interruption. Pre-arranged "ON".
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Operating test, address switch and address selector
Shown on display
CH tU rc Hr Cr CL
A: unit A b: unit B Ab: units A and B C: Degrees Celsius F: Degrees Fahrenheit HP: heat pump CO: cooling only 17 32: 17C 32C 63 90: 63F 90F 17 32: 17C 32C 63 90: 63F 90F 12 : 12: hour clock (AM/PM) 24 : 24: hour clock
Address indoor unit A. See paragraph "address selector" Address indoor unit B. See paragraph "address selector" Default address is both indoor units. Temperature. Default is C. Default address is heat pump. Change address for cooling only. Heating temperature range C min. and max. Heating temperature range F min. and max. Cooling temperature range C min. and max. Cooling temperature range F min. and max. Time format (AM = morning; PM = afternoon). Default is 12 : 12. NOTE: If the HR is set to a value that is lower than CR and the remote control operating mode is auto, the operating mode is set to cooling.
NOTE: If the selection is changed from rc (HP operation) to cooling only and the remote control operating mode is auto or heating, the operating mode is set to cool.
Perform the operating test after the units have been installed in position and the gas leak test has been completed. Check all electrical connections (instructions and wiring diagram). Insert the batteries into the remote control and leave it OFF. Energise the system, turning the power supply ON. and buttons of the infrared remote control and Press the hold them pressed for more than 5 seconds. The display will be cleared, the time segments will display the icon (Src = service test). This procedure is used to check the operation after unit installation. Press the EMER. button continuously for 5~10 seconds. The unit will now be in Test Mode. Press the EMER. button once more after checking, to activate the remote control. If there is any input signal (remote control signal or EMER. button press) during test operation, the TEST mode will change to the input signal mode. The setting conditions of the test operation are as follows: - Operating mode: COOL - Fan speed: HIGH - Timer mode: Disabled - Discharge air direction: SWING NOTE: Indoor fan speed will be "HIGH" in Test operation. The swing motor will operate when the indoor fan is operated. Operate the unit in accordance with the Owner's Manual and check the following: a. Indoor unit. - Do all switches operate normally? - Does each light come on normally? - Do the horizontal louvres operate normally? - Is the drain correct? b. Outdoor unit. - Is there any abnormal noise or vibration during operation? - Is there any gas leakage?
Remote control - Remove the lid of the battery case. - Assign the address switch of one remote control to B. - Press the RST button with a sharp object. Indoor unit - Turn off the unit and pull out the power plug. - Remove the front panel and terminal block cover. - Assign the address switch of one indoor unit to B. After test has been completed, press menu. button to leave the test
Note: When 30 minutes have elapsed and no buttons have been pressed, the remote control will automatically exit the test menu and resume its normal operation.
If you are installing two indoor units in the same room and you want them to operate in independent mode, it is necessary to assign each unit its own address so that each unit can operate via its own remote control. For configuration, proceed as follows: Switch the remote control off (OFF).
Configuration (of the unit)
Press the and buttons of the infrared remote control and hold them pressed for more than 5 seconds. The display will be cleared, the time segments will display the first configuration item (rAdr = remote address) and the temperature segments will display the default value of this configuration item (Ab = control of both indoor units). or button to change the default value (Ab) Press either the to the new value (A) or (b). Press button to transmit the new configuration to the unit. button to leave the configuration menu. Press
Configuration (of the remote controller)
Press the and buttons of the infrared remote control and hold them pressed for more than 5 seconds. The display will be cleared, the temperature segments will display the first configuration item (CH = remote address) and the time segments will display the default value of this configuration item (Ab = control of both indoor units). or button to change the default value (Ab) Press either the to the new value (A) or (b). button to transmit the new configuration to the unit. Press Press button to leave the configuration menu. Note: When 30 seconds have elapsed and no buttons have been pressed, the remote control will automatically exit the configuration menu and the procedure has to be restarted.
If you are installing two indoor units in the same room, it is necessary for you to assign each unit its own address so each can be operated by its own remote control. One address switch is on the back of remote control, and the other is in the PCB side. The address switch is set to A when you purchase the unit.
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Fault code, button T: EMERGENCY and guide for the ownerE N G L I S H
Warning lamps and emergency button
40KMC------310/ 40KMQ------310 Split system Global cassette indoor unit
IR Remote Control
The unit can be used with infrared Remote Control, with the Carrier Room Controller or Zone Manager remote control. Carrier Room controller control instructions are contained in the present manual. Infrared Remote and Zone Manager controls instructions are contained in the relevant manuals. The installation instructions for both the indoor and the outdoor unit are given in the manuals for each unit.
Page General information... System description... Unit LEDs and controls... Periodical checks... Optimum comfort and minimum power consumption.. Correct cleaning... Before a long shutdown period... Room controller general information and characteristics.. Unit protection devices... Room controller wired control... Troubleshooting... 5 6/7 8
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Unit operation and maintenance
Read this instruction manual thoroughly before using the unit. This unit complies with UL 1995 directive (Usa and Canada). Check that the main power supply voltage and frequency are as required for the unit; the power source must be sufficient to operate all other appliances connected to the same line. Also ensure that local building codes and NEC (National electrical code) requirements have been followed for the main supply circuit. To avoid personal injury or damage to unit,do not service until all power sources are shut down, locked out, and tagged out. Failure to do so could result in personal injury or unit damage. smell of burning) and call Carrier Service for further instructions. A routine maintenance should be carried out on the unit to check the correct operation of the electric connections and protection devices. Extraordinary maintenance operations must be carried out by specially trained personnel. Do not attempt to repair, move, modify or re-install the unit on your own. To avoid electric shock or fire make sure these operations are carried out by qualified personnel only. Contact the qualified service if one of the following events takes place: - hot or damaged power supply cable; - unusual noise during operation; - frequent operation of the protection devices; - unusual smell (such as smell of burning).
To prevent fire, explosion or injury, do not operate the unit near dangerous substances or esposed to lighting equipment. All operation and maintenance manuals must be carefully looked after and kept with the equipment, should the unit change owners. Check that local building codes and NEC (National electrical code) requirements for the installation have been followed. In particular, ensure that a properly sized and connected ground wire is in place. Only use the unit for factory approved applications: the unit cannot be used in laundry premises. Do not use damaged equipment. In case of malfunction, turn the unit OFF and disconnect the main supply. Disconnect the main power supply prior to any maintenance operations or prior to handling any internal unit parts. The manufacturer declines any liability for damage resulting from modifications or errors in the electrical or refrigerant connections, made during the installation, or from improper use of this equipment. This will invalidate the unit warranty conditions immediately. This unit will only work safely and correctly, if installed and tested by qualified personnel. Do not open the remote control to avoid possible damage. In case of malfunction contact a qualified service engineer. This unit contains moving parts. Ensure that these parts are kept out of the reach of children. Maintain the room temperature at general comfort conditions, especially when children, elderly or handicapped persons are present. In order to ensure correct use, the air conditioner must operate within the temperature limits indicated in the Operating Limits table, included in the Technical manual. Failure to observe these limits may cause unit malfunction or water leakage. In order to avoid electric shock, fire or injury, stop the unit and disconnect the safety switch in case of abnormal events (such as
Never operate unit without a lter or with grille removed. Damage to the unit or personal injury may result. WARNING: If air lter is not replaced in the unit, dust and dirt gather in air conditioner and operation becomes impaired. A mist or cloud of vapor may be emitted from the unit, when switching from a cooling operation to a reverse cycle heating operation. This will occur when the unit has been operating in cooling mode for awhile and then is switched to heating. The combination of the evaporated indoor coil condensate and the dry room air, may result in a cloud of vapor being emitted from the unit. There is no need for concern. Inspect equipment for damage during transport. In case of damage file an immediate claim with the shipping company. Non-routine maintenance of the refrigerant circuit must only be carried out by qualified personnel. All of the manufacturing and packaging materials used for this appliance are biodegradable and recyclable. Dispose of the packaging material and of the remote control batteries in accordance with local requirements. This equipment contains refrigerant that must be disposed of correctly. When disposing of the unit at the end of its operational life, take the unit to an authorised waste disposal centre, for correct disposal procedures.
The unit must always be switched OFF using the Room Controller. Do not switch OFF the split system by disconnecting the electric power supply.
A. Outdoor unit B. Indoor unit C. Room Controller (if foreseen) 1. 2. 3. 4. Air return Air filters Air supply Operation indicator light and receiver of remote control signals (if foreseen) 5. Nameplate 6. Interconnecting tubing 7. Condensate drain (open)
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Unit warning lights and controls - Fault code
P : Green LED Q : Red LED R : Yellow LED S : Remote control signal receiver
Indoor unit LEDs
Information concerning indoor unit operation, timer status and diagnostic is given by 3 LEDs located on the unit. THE GREEN LED (P) shows the following conditions: - Fault codes (diagnostic); - During normal operation, the LED is lit. Once a failure occurs, the LED flashes at intervals of 0.5 seconds. The fault code is deduced from the number of times the LED flashes. Between one flash cycle and the next a pause of 5 seconds elapses. THE RED LED (Q) gives the following information: - During normal operation, the LED is OFF; - During defrost the LED is lit; - During the test for wired connection, the LED flashes at 0.1 second intervals. THE YELLOW LED (R) shows the operation in timer mode. During this operation the LED is lit. If the timer mode is active and the unit is immediately restarted after a stop, this LED flashes until a new signal is sent to the unit. In case the Room Controller is not working, obtain a qualified service personnel.
Once a failure occurs with the indoor unit in operation, the green unit LED flashes at intervals of 0.5 seconds. The fault code is deduced from the number of times the green LED flashes, blocking unit operation. Between one flash cycle and the next one, a pause of 5 seconds elapses.
Table IX: Fault code
4 6* 13 14
Room air sensor fault Condensate discharge pump Indoor unit coil sensor fault Filter dirty Outdoor unit failure EEPROM corrupt Card serial number damaged Address / zone incomplete Gas flow distributor corrupt Outdoor air thermistor
* with enabled code
Table II: Periodical checks
Clean air filter (2) Clean drain pipe (2)
Every month Every 4 months
Clean outdoor coil from outside Clean outdoor coil from inside (2) Blow air over electric parts (2) Check electric connection tightening (2) Clean fan wheel (2) Check fan tightening (2) Clean drain pan (2)
For a good operation of the air conditioner it is recommended to carry out checks and maintenance as indicated. Recommended maintenance intervals may vary depending on the installation environment, e.g. dusty zones, etc.
(1) Increase frequency in dusty zones. (2) Operations to be carried out by qualified service personnel. Refer also to Installation Manual.
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Optimum comfort. - Correct cleaning - Before a long shutdown period
Optimum comfort and minimum power consumption Correct cleaning
Turn the unit OFF and switch the main supply OFF.
Keep room temperature at a comfortable level. Use only a clean, damp cloth and a mild detergent. Do not use flammable liquids, solvents or abrasive powders that may result in damage to the panels. Use only a dry cloth to clean the remote control.
Before a long shutdown period
Only open doors and windows when strictly necessary. Ask to clean the filter and replace it in the unit.
When cooling, avoid direct sunlight in the room: if possible, draw the curtains or close the shades. Do not obstruct the air intake or outlet of the indoor unit. Obstructions will cause a reduction in the air flow and the conditioning effect, resulting in unit malfunction.
Keep the unit in operation for half a day in the ventilation (fan only) mode in order to dry all internal parts.
Ensure that the air filters are clean. Ensure that the air distribution in the room is uniform by properly adjusting the air flow direction.
Switch the unit OFF and wait for at least 3 minutes before switching OFF the main electric supply.
Periodically clean the area surrounding the outdoor unit and the air intake, in order to avoid reduced air circulation. Keep heat sources away from the unit: panels may be damaged.
Clean indoor and outdoor units.
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Room controller general information and characteristics
Single unit operation: Ability to control one unit only. Grouping: Ability to control 2 to 6 units with one Room Controller. Operating modes: Off, Heat, Cool, Dry, Auto, and Fan only. ENGLISH
A = Display readout B = Increase temperature / change louvre setting button C = Decrease temperature / change louvre setting button D = Fan selection button E = Mode selection button
Fan speeds: Low, Medium, High, and Auto. Louver control: Auto and swing. Desired temperature: Range between 17 and 32 C (63 and 90 F). Room Thermistor Override: Allows to use air sensor located in the Room Controller instead of the one located into the unit. Diagnostics: Detects the fault of air sensor in the Room Controller. A1 shown on the screen indicates this anomaly.
Display of selected functions
UP and DOWN buttons Buttons for raising or lowering the temperature or for selecting the AUTO or SWING louver mode.
Automatic Off Temperature selected / room temperature
Set temperature Operating position of the air louvre Fan speed
Heating Cooling Dehumidification only
Button for operation mode selection.
Button for fan or louvre selection.
Table I: Unit protection devices
System Type of protection
Cold draft prevention Heat pump Defrost cycle Indoor coil freeze protection Against frequent compressor cycling Indoor fan off Compressor off Compressor time delay Heating in heat pump mode Cooling Cooling or heating in heat pump mode During unit operation During unit operation At unit start-up or change of operating mode
Effect of protection
Indoor fan off
Heating in heat pump mode
During unit operation
Cooling only and heat pump
WARNING: During heat pump operation the unit will undergo several defrost cycles to remove ice that might collect on the outdoor unit in very low ambient temperatures. In these cycles, the indoor fan will be automatically off and cannot operate until defrost cycle is completed.
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Room controller wired control
All segments of the LCD should be energized for five seconds. The mode, fan, louver, desired temperature and configuration information should be read from the EEPROM. If the EEPROM values are not valid, the following should be used as defaults. Operating Mode Fan Speed Desired Temperature F o C Louver Room Thermistor Override Cooling only vs Heat/Cool Remote = = = = = = = AUTO AUTO 72F F AUTO OFF Heat/Cool
AUTO, HEAT, COOL and DRY Modes:
ICONS Energized: Operation Mode ICON. Room Temperature if configured for Room Thermistor Override (operated by Room Controller), otherwise user selected temperature with the SET TEMP Icon. FAN/LOUVER Icon with the user selected Fan and Louver settings. Buttons available: All Buttons are available.
AUTO Automatic operation NOTE: The compressor and electric heater must be off for at least 30 Minutes, this time being necessary to pass from Heating to Cooling, or Cooling to Heating. This will prevent the system from switching between Heating and Cooling continuously.
Example of normal operation
When switched on, the control display appears.
Setting mode operation
Pressing the MODE button will cause the mode to change. The MODE button must be released and then pressed again in order to change to the next mode. The active mode will always be lit in normal operation. Available modes to select are: Heat/Cool Remote: OFF, COOL, DRY, FAN ONLY, AUTO, HEAT COOL Cooling operation
Cooling Only Remote: OFF, COOL, DRY and FAN ONLY
When the MODE button is not pressed for 15 seconds, the next press will always switch the mode to OFF.
ICONS Energized: OFF Mode Room Temperature if configured for Room Thermistor Override, otherwise nothing Buttons available: MODE button
HEAT Heating operation.
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FAN ONLY Mode:
ICONS Energized: Room Temperature if configured for Room Thermistor Override (operated by Room Controller), otherwise nothing. FAN/LOUVER Icon with the user selected Fan and Louver settings. Buttons available: MODE and FAN buttons are available. Low Medium High Automatic (Fan speed will automatically switch to the value required for optimum comfort). When this function is activated, the dotted symbols will flash. ENGLISH Auto mode setting will be displayed by blinking the fan Medium speed and High speed icons in order (Med then Hi then repeat).
Louver mode selection
fan only Ventilation operation only.
UP and DOWN button (Selecting the desired temperature)
Pressing either the UP or DOWN buttons will modify the desired temperature. The maximum desired temperature is 32C (90F) and the minimum desired temperature is 17C (63F). Whenever the setpoint is being displayed, the SET TEMP icon is illuminated. Whenever the display mode is changed from C to F, the setpoint is set to the default start-up values of 22C for C mode and 72F for F mode.
To enter louver mode selection, make sure the Room Controller is on and hold the FAN button down for 5 seconds. After 5 seconds, the selected louver setting will be displayed. By pressing the up and down buttons the user can modify the louver desired configuration. The two settings will be displayed in the following way: S with Swing Louver Icon - represents Swing Louver. A with Auto Louver Icon - represents Auto Louver. Press FAN button to exit LOUVER Mode Selection. This mode will exit automatically after 10 seconds if no buttons are pressed. The only way to change the operation mode, is to go back to this menu.
NOTE: If units are grouped to one Room Controller , all units will end up having the same louver value. Louver Mode selection is not available during OFF mode.
If the air sensor built in the Room Control is enabled, the display will indicate the room temperature after few seconds.
Automatic louvre positioning to the best position for the selected operating mode.
FAN button (Adjusting the ventilation speed)
Pressing the FAN button will cause the fan speed to change. The FAN SPEED button must be pressed and then released to reach the desired speed (Low, Medium, High or Auto). The icon on the display indicates that change has occurred.
Louvres swing continuously.
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No Room controller LCD display: Mis-wiring of the 12 volt power to Room Controller control; verify that + 12 V and Ground are connected to the proper terrminals of the Controller (Reference Installation wiring section for correct connections): after disconnecting the power, correct the wiring problem and re-cycle power. Power not online; check that the units main power is connected. The main control board should be operating normally: after verifing the wiring to the Room Controller, re-cycle the unit power. No 12 volts between P and G of terminal block; check the installation of the J6 plug on the main control board: after disconnecting the power, correct the wiring problem and re-cycle power. Note : Those verifications need to be carried out by qualified service, please refer to the installation instructions. Restart air conditioner after having corrected the faults. Q (Red LED) indicator is illuminated: In the heating mode, the LED switches on to indicate an active defrost condition. The unit emits unpleasant smells: Unpleasant smells can accumulate on the air filters and then be dispersed into the room during air conditioner operation. Switch the unit OFF and contact an authorised service centre to have the filters cleaned. Restart unit in the ventilation (fan only) mode and open windows to change room air. The unit makes strange noises: Occasionally the unit makes strange noises at start-up, during operation or when it has stopped. These are generally due to the effect of temperature changes on the plastic parts. Mist or Vapor Cloud emitted at start-up of Heating operation: A mist or cloud of vapor may be emitted from the unit, when switching from a cooling operation to a reverse cycle heating operation. This will occur when the unit has been operating in cooling mode for awhile and then is switched to heating. The combination of the evaporated indoor coil condensate and the dry room air, may result in a cloud of vapor being emitted from the unit. There is no need for concern. WARNING: (models with electric heaters): If the manual reset, thermal trip device cuts out, switch the unit OFF and ON again at the main switch to reset. If the malfunction persists, contact your local authorised dealer.
+12 volts applied to Room Controller at the correct terminals and still does not operate: The Room Controller is damaged; change the Room Controller and re-cycle power. Note: This operation needs to be carried out by qualified
Air conditioner will not start: The main switch is switched OFF, place the switch in the ON position. The fuses on the main switch are burnt out; replace the fuses.
( this operation need to be carried out by qualified personnel only).
Wait for 3 minutes: protection against frequent compressor cycling is ON. Selected temperature is higher than the room temperature (or lower in the heating mode). Air conditioner is not supplying enough cooling (or heating): Air cannot circulate freely. Dirty filter reduces air quantity circulating. Filter must be cleaned by skilled personnel only. Doors and/or windows are open. Fan speed has been set to low. Air flow direction is not correct for optimum ventilation. Selected temperature is not correct. A slight mist is emitted from the unit: A slight mist, coming out of the unit air outlet, is sometimes noticed during cooling operation. This is due to the cool air coming into contact with the room air. A slight whistling noise is heard when the air conditioner starts or stops: This is due to the refrigerant beginning to circulate or an adjustment of the refrigerant pressures. This is a normal operating condition. P (Green LED) indicator is flashing: System malfunction. Contact service organisation after having ensured that: Air circulation is not obstructed. Outdoor unit coil is not obstructed and causing severe reduction of air circulation. Condensate drainage tube is not obstructed. As regards fault codes to be communicated to the after-sales
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Via R. Sanzio, 9 - 20058 Villasanta (MI) Italy - Tel. 039/3636.1
The manufacturer reserves the right to change any product specifications without notice. March, 2006. Printed in Italy
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