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1. Do not install the unit at place where leakage of flammable gas may occur. In case gas leaks and accumulates at surrounding of the unit, it may cause fire. 2. Carry out drainage piping as mentioned in installation instructions. If drainage is not perfect, water may enter the room and damage the furniture. 3. Tighten the flare nut with torque wrench according to specified method. If the flare nut is over-tightened, after a long period, the flare may break and cause refrigerant gas leakage. 4. Do not touch outdoor unit air inlet and aluminums fin. It may cause injury. 5. Select an installation location which is easy for maintenance. 6. Power supply connection to the air conditioner. Connect the power supply cord of the air conditioner to the mains using one of the following methods. Power supply point should be in easily accessible place for power disconnection in case of emergency. In some countries, permanent connection of this air conditioner to the power supply is prohibited. 1) Power supply connection to the receptacle using a power plug. Use an approved 15/16A power plug with earth pin for the connection to the receptacle. 2) Power supply connection to a circuit breaker for the permanent connection. Use an approved 16A circuit breaker for the permanent connection. It must be a double pole switch with a minimum 3.5 mm contact gap. 7. Do not release refrigerant. Do not release refrigerant during piping work for installation, re-installation and during repairing a refrigeration parts. Take care of the liquid refrigerant, it may cause frostbite. 8. Installation work. It may need two people to carry out the installation work. 9. Do not install this appliance in a laundry room or other location where water may drip from the ceiling, etc.

2. Specification

COOLING HEATING

CS-RE9HKE CU-RE9HKE

Item Unit kW BTU/h W/W BTU/hW dB(A) Power level dB kW BTU/h W/W BTU/hW dB(A) Power level dB l/h (pt/h) m3/m (ft3/m) m3/m (ft3/m) m3/m (ft3/m) cm3 kg (oz) mm (inch) mm (inch) mm (inch) kg (lbs) mm (inch) mm (inch) m (ft) m (ft) g/m (oz/ft) m (ft) mm mm Outdoor Unit 2.60(0.90~3.00) 8870(3070~1023) 3.56(4.74~3.00) 12.15(16.16~10.23) Hi: 42 Lo: 27 QLo: 25 Hi: 60 3.30(0.90~4.10) 11250(3070~13980) 4.02(5.29~3.57) 13.72(18.06~12.16) Hi: 42 Lo: 27 QLo: 26 Hi: 60 1.5 2.6 9.00(250) 9.13(322) 11.6 (409) 28.9 (1020) Capillary Tube RB68A or Freol Alpha68M 0.78 (27.5) 280 (11-1/32) 540 (21-1/4) 799 (31-15/32) 780 (30-23/32) 183 (7-13/64) 289 (11-3/8) 8.5 (19) 28 (62) 9.52 (3/8) 6.35 (1/4) 3 (9.8) - 15(49.2) 5 (16.4) 20 (0.2) 7.5 (24.6) Rotary Induction (6-poles) 750 Cross-Flow Fan Propeller Fan AS PP Induction (8-poles) Induction (6-poles) Aluminium (Pre Coated) Aluminum ( Pre Coated) Slit Fin Slit Fin 2 x 15 x x 24 x x 315 x 25.x 504 x 18.2 P.P.HONEY COMB One-Touch Indoor Unit

Capacity EER Noise Level Capacity EER Noise Level
Moisture Removal Air Volume Lo Me Hi Refrigerant Control Device Refrigerant Oil (Charged) Refrigerant (Charged) R410A Dimension Height Width Depth Net Weight Pipe Gas Diameter Liquid Pipe Length Height Difference Additional Gas Amount Refrigerant Charge Less Drain Hose Inner diameter Length Compressor Type Motor Type Rated Output Fan Type Material Motor Type Input power Output power Fan Lo Speed Me Hi Heat Fin material Exchanger Fin type Row x stage x FPI Size (W x H x L) Air Filter Material Type Style

W W rpm rpm rpm

1. Cooling capacities are based on indoor temperature of 27C Dry Bulb (80.6F Dry Bulb), 19C Wet Bulb (66.2F Wet Bulb) and outdoor air temperature of 35C Dry Bulb (95.0F Dry Bulb), 24C Wet Bulb (75.2F Wet Bulb). 2. Heating capacities are based on indoor temperature of 20C Dry Bulb (80.6F Dry Bulb) and outdoor air temperature of 7C Dry Bulb (44.6F Dry Bulb), 6C Wet Bulb (42.8F Wet Bulb).
Unit Single Power Source (Phase, Voltage, Cycle) V 230 Hz 50 Input Power W 730(190~1000) Starting Current A 3.70 Running Current A 3.50 Maximum Current A 6.00 Power Factor % 91 Power factor means total figure of compressor, indoor fan motor and outdoor fan motor. Power Cord Number of core 3 (1.5mm) Length m 1.9 Thermostat Electronic Control Protection Device Electronic Control Note Specification is subject to change without prior notice for further improvement.

CS-RE12HKE CU-RE12HKE

Item Unit kW BTU/h W/W BTU/hW dB(A) Power level dB kW BTU/h W/W BTU/hW dB(A) Power level dB l/h (pt/h) m3/m (ft3/m) m3/m (ft3/m) m3/m (ft3/m) cm3 kg (oz) mm (inch) mm (inch) mm (inch) kg (lbs) mm (inch) mm (inch) m (ft) m (ft) g/m (oz/ft) m (ft) mm mm Outdoor Unit 3.50(0.90~3.90) 11940(3070~13300) 3.47(5.29~3.25) 11.82(18.06~11.08) Hi: 42 Lo: 30 QLo: 28 Hi: 48 Hi: 53 Lo: Hi: 61 4.25(0.90~5.10) 14490(3070~17390) 3.79(6.00~3.49) 12.94(20.47~11.91) Hi: 42 Lo: 33 QLo: 32 Hi: 50 Hi: 53 Lo: Hi: 63 2.0 3.5 8.03(283) 9.91(350) 11.7 (413) 30.5 (1076) Capillary Tube RB68A or Freol Alpha68M 0.97 (34.2) 280 (11-1/32) 540 (21-1/4) 799 (31-15/32) 780(30-23/32) 183 (7-13/64) 289 (11-3/8) 8.5 (19) 30 (66) 9.52 (3/8) 6.35 (1/4) 3 (9.8) - 15 (49.2) 5 (16.4) 20 (0.2) 7.5 (24.6) Rotary Induction (6-poles) 900 Cross-Flow Fan Propeller Fan AS PP Induction (8-poles) Induction (6-poles) Aluminum (Pre Coated) Aluminum (Pre Coated) Slit Fin Slit Fin 2 x 15 x x 20 x x 315 x 25.x 540 x 36.4 P.P.HONEY.COMP One-Touch Indoor Unit
Capacity EER Noise Level Capacity COP Noise Level
Moisture Removal Air Volume Lo Me Hi Refrigerant Control Device Refrigerant Oil (Charged) Refrigerant (Charged) R410A Dimension Height Width Depth Net Weight Pipe Gas Diameter Liquid Pipe Length Height Difference Additional Gas Amount Refrigerant Charge Less Drain Hose Inner diameter Length Compressor Type Motor Type Rated Output Fan Type Material Motor Type Input power Output power Lo (Cool) Fan Speed Me (Cool) Hi (Cool) Heat Fin material Exchanger Fin type Row x stage x FPI Size (W x H x L) Air Filter Material Type Style

1. Cooling capacities are based on indoor temperature of 27C Dry Bulb (80.6F Dry Bulb), 19C Wet Bulb (66.2F Wet Bulb) and outdoor air temperature of 35C Dry Bulb (95.0F Dry Bulb), 24C Wet Bulb (75.2F Wet Bulb). 2. Heating capacities are based on indoor temperature of 20C Dry Bulb (80.6F Dry Bulb) and outdoor air temperature of 7C Dry Bulb (44.6F Dry Bulb), 6C Wet Bulb (42.8F Wet Bulb). 7
Item Power Source (Phase, Voltage, Cycle)
Single V 230 Hz 50 Input Power W 1010(170~1200) Starting Current A 4.90 Running Current A 4.70 Maximum Current A 6.80 Power Factor % 93 Power factor means total figure of compressor, indoor fan motor and outdoor fan motor. Power Cord Number of core 3 (1.5mm) Length m 1.9 Thermostat Electronic Control Protection Device Electronic Control Note Specification is subject to change without prior notice for further improvement.

3. Features

Inverter Technology o Wider output power range o Energy saving o Quick Cooling o More precise temperature control Long Installation Piping o CS/CU-RE9/12GKR, long piping up to 10 meters. Easy to use remote control Quality Improvement o Random auto restart after power failure for safety restart operation o Gas leakage protection o Prevent compressor reverse cycle o Inner protector to protect compressor Operation Improvement o Quiet mode to reduce the indoor unit operating sound o Powerful mode to reach the desired room temperature quickly o 12-hour timer Serviceability Improvement o Breakdown Self Diagnosis Function.
4. Location of Controls and Components

4.1 Indoor Unit

Outdoor Unit

Remote Control

Transmitter
OFF/ON Operation mode Fan speed selection Airflow direction adjustment

Temperature setting

Timer setting
For normal operation, the ERROR RESET button is not in use. Press RESET button to restore the remote controls default setting.

5. Dimensions

5.1 Indoor Unit

Unit: mm

6. Refrigeration Cycle Diagram

7. Block Diagram

8. Wiring Diagram
CS/CU-RE9 HKE CS/CU-RE12 HKE

CN-GMD (Y)

CN-DISP (W)

CN-STM (W)

WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL
ELECTRONIC CONTROLLER (DISPLAY,RECEIVER)

AUTO SW

SENSOR (AIR TEMPERATURE.)
ELECTRONIC CONTROLLER (MAIN)

FUSE T 3.15A L 250V

CN-TH (Y)

SENSOR (PIPING TEMP.)

PO WER SUPPLY CORD

AC4 RY-PWR ZNR

AC1 AC2 AC3

BL W B Y

CN-FM (W)

INDOOR UNIT

1L2N 3

TERMINAL TERMINAL

OUTDOOR UNIT

FAN MOTOR

CABINET
CABINET CONNECTOR BLUE FM1 FM2 Fm3 BROWN AC-L (BROWN) FUSE T20A L250V BLACK DATA ( BLACK)

FG2 FGI

AC-N (BLUE)

RY-PWR PTC2

FUSE2 T3.14A L250V

Resistance (k)

COMPRESSOR

REACTO R

Y Y R B B R

Temperature ()

Remark: :Pipe Temp. Sensor :Outdoor air sensor : Discharge Temp.Sensor

YELLOW

COMPRESSOR TERMINAL

BLUE TRADE MARK

9. Printed Circuit Board

Indoor Unit

Main Printed Circuit Board

TOP VIEW

BOTTOM VIEW

Indicator

10. Installation Instruction
10.1 Select the Best Location

10.1.1

11.1.3 Indoor/Outdoor Unit
There should not be any heat source or steam near the unit. There should not be any obstacles blocking the air circulation. A place where air circulation in the room is good. A place where drainage can be easily done. A place where noise prevention is taken into consideration. Do not install the unit near the door way. Ensure the spaces indicated by arrows from the wall, ceiling, fence or other obstacles. Recommended installation height for indoor unit shall be at least 2.5m.

10.1.2

If an awning is built over the unit to prevent direct sunlight or rain, be careful that heat radiation from the condenser is not obstructed. There should not be any animal or plant which could be affected by hot air discharged. Keep the spaces indicated by arrows from wall, ceiling, fence or other obstacles. Do not place any obstacles which may cause a short circuit of the discharged air. If piping length is over the rated length, additional refrigerant should be added as shown in the table below:
Additional Refrigerant (g/m) 20 20
Piping size Rated Max Min Piping Max Gas Liquid Length Elevation Length (m) Piping (m) (m) Length (m) RE9HKE 3/8 1/4" 7.RE12HKE 3/8 1/4 7.3 15
Example: If the unit is installed at a 10m distance, the quantity of additional refrigerant should be 50 g. (10-7.5) m x 20g/m = 50 g

10.2 Indoor Unit

10.2.1 How to Fix Installation Plate
The mounting wall is strong and solid enough to prevent if from the vibration. The centre of installation plate should be at more than 450 mm at right and left of the wall. The distance from installation plate edge to ceiling should more than 75mm. From installation plate left edge to units left side is 98mm. From installation plate right edge to units right side is 112mm. B : For left side piping, piping connection for gas should be about 45mm from this line. : For left side piping, piping connection cable should be about 800mm from this line. 1 Mount the installation plate on the wall with 5 screws or more. (If mounting the unit on the wall, consider using anchor bolts.) Always mount the installation plate horizontally by aligning the marking-off line with the thread and using a level gauge. 2 Drill the piping plate hole with 70mm hole-core drill. 2.1 Line according to the left and right side edge of the installation plate. The meeting point of the extended line is the centre of the hole. Another method is by putting measuring tape at position as shown in the diagram above. The hole centre is obtained by measuring the distance namely 150mm and 125mm for left and right hole respectively. 2.2 Drill the piping plate hole at either the right or left and the hole should be slightly slanted to the outdoor side.

Installation plate mm 150 mm Wall More than 450 mm Screw 2 More than 450 mm Wall
Measuring tape 125 mm 219 mm
10.2.2 To Drill a Hole in the Wall and Install a Sleeve of Piping
3 Insert the piping sleeve to the hole. Fix the busing to the sleeve. Cut the sleeve until it extrudes about 15mm from the wall Caution When the wall is hollow, please be sure to use the sleeve for tube assy to prevent dangers caused by mice biting the connecting cable. 4 Finish by sealing the sleeve with putty or caulking compound at the final stage.
70 through hole Wall Indoor Outdoor
15 mm Sleeve for tube assy Approx. 5 - 7 mm

Bushing for tube assy

Putty or caulking compound

10.2.3

Indoor Unit Installation

10.2.4

Connect the Cable to the Indoor Unit
The inside and outside connecting cable can be connected without removing the front grille. Connecting cable between indoor unit and outdoor unit shall be approved polychloroprene sheathed 4x 1.5mm2 flexible cord, type designation 245 IEC 57 or heavier cord. Ensure the color of wires of outdoor unit and the terminal numbers are the same to the indoors respectively. Earth lead wire shall be longer than the other lead wires as shown in the figure for the electrical safety in case of the slipping out of the cord from the anchorage.
Secure the cable onto the board with the holder (clamper).

10.3 Outdoor Unit

10.3.1

Install the Outdoor Unit

After selecting the best location, start installation according to indoor/outdoor unit installation diagram. 1 Fix the unit on concrete or rigid frame firmly and horizontally by bolt nut (10mm). A B 2 When installing at roof, please consider strong wind and earthquake. Please fasten the installation stand firmly with bolt or nails. A 570 B 104 C 20 D 320
10.3.2 Connecting the Piping 10.3.2.1 Connecting the piping to indoor unit
Please make flare after inserting flare nut (locate at joint portion, of tube assembly) onto the copper pipe. (In case of using long piping) Connect the piping Align the center of piping and sufficiently tighten the flare nut with fingers. Further tighten the flare nut with torque wrench in specified torque as stated in the table. Piping size (Torque) Gas Liquid 3/8 (42Nm) 1/4" (18Nm) 1/2" (55Nm) 1/4" (18Nm) Do not over tighten, over tightening cause gas leakage

Spanner or Wrench

Torque wrench
Connecting the piping to outdoor unit Decide piping length and then cut by using pipe cutter. Remove burrs from cut edge. Make flare after inserting the flare nut (locate at valve) onto the copper pipe. Align center of piping to valves and then tighten with torque wrench to the specified torque as stated in the table.

10.3.2.2

Cutting and flaring the piping
Please cut using pipe cutter and then remove the burrs. Remove the burrs by using reamer. If burrs are not removed, gas leakage may be caused. Turn the piping end down to avoid the metal powder entering the pipe. Please make flare after inserting the flare nut onto the copper pipes.

Improper flaring

P ip e R ea m e r B ar H a n d le Yo k e C o re B ar 0 0.5 m m
I n c l in e d S u r f a c e C ra c k e d U n e v e n dam aged t h ic k n e s s

P o in t d o w n

C la m p h a n d le

R e d a r ro w m a r k

C o p p e r p ip e

1. To cut

2. To remove burrs

3. To flare

When properly flared, the internal surface of the flare will evenly shine and be of even thickness. Since the flare part comes into contact with the connections, carefully check the flare finish.

10.3.3

Evacuation of the equipment
When installing an air conditioner, be sure to evacuate the air inside the indoor unit and pipes in the follwing procidure.
Outdoor Unit Control board cover

Terminal board

To indoor unit Liquid side Gas side 2-way valve (Open) Cap 3-way valve (Open) Hexagonal wrench Service port cap
Connect a charging hose with a push pin to the low side of a charging set and the service port at the 3-way valve. Be sure to connect the end of charging hose with the push pin to the service port. The size of charging hose fitting should be 1/2 UNF, 20 threads. Connect the center hose o the charging set to a vacuum pump with check valve, or vacuum pump and vacuum pump adaptor. Turn on the power switch of the vacuum pump and make sure that the needle in the gauge moves from 0 cmHg (0 Mpa) to 76 cmHg (-0.1 Mpa). Then evacuate the air approximately ten minutes. Close the Low side valve of the charging set and turn off the vacuum pump.Make sure that the needle in the gauge does not move after approximately five minutes. Note: BE SURE TO FOLLOW THIS PROCEDURE IN ORDER TO AVOID REFRIGEANT GAS LEAKAG Disconnect the charging horse from the vacuum pump and from the service port of the 3-way valve. Tighten the service port caps of the 3-way valve at a torque of 18 N.m with a torque wrench. Remove the valve caps of both of the 2-way valve and 3-way valve. Position both of the valves to OPEN using a hexagonal wrench (4mm). Mount valve caps onto the 2-way and the 3-way valve. Be sure to check for gas leakage.

CAUTION:

Over 5mm

10.3.4

Connect the cable to the Outdoor Unit
Remove the control board cover from the unit by loosening the screw. Connecting cable between indoor unit and outdoor unit shall be approved polychloroprene sheathed 4x 1.5mm2 flexible cord, type designation 245 IEC 57 or heavier cord.
Secure the cable onto the control board with the holder (clamper). Attach the control board cover back to the original position with the screw.

10.3.5

Pipe Insulation
Please carry out insulation at pipe connection portion as mentioned in Indoor/Outdoor Unit Installation Diagram. Please warp the insulated piping end to prevent water from going inside the piping. If drain hose or connecting piping is in the room (where dew may form), please increase the insulation by using POLY-E-FOAM with thickness 6mm or above.

11. Service Mode

11.1 Auto OFF/ON Button
Auto OFF/ON Button Pressed
1. AUTO OPERATION MODE Once the Auto OFF/ON button is slightly pressed, the unit will immediately operate in Auto operation. This operation can be used to operate air conditioner with limited function if remote control is misplaced or malfunction. 2. TEST RUN OPERATION( FOR PUMP DOWN/ SERVICING PURPOSE) Press the button continuously for approximate 5 second and then release. A beep sound will be heard to identify the starting of TEST RUN OPERATION. 3. HEATING OPERATION A) Within 5 minutes after TEST RUN operation starting, press the button again for more than 5 seconds until 2 beep sounds are heard, the unit will operate in heating mode. B) Pressed the button continuously for approximate 8 second and then released. 2 beep sounds will be heard to identify the starting of HEATING operation. 4. DIFFERENT CONTROLLING SETTING. Press the button continuously for approximate 11 until 3 beep sounds are heard and together with the signal from remote controller, the unit can be changed to different controlling setting. For transmission code selection method, please refer to Select Remote Control Transmission Code 5. INDIVIDUAL COUNTER-ACTION When the switch is continuously pressed between 16 to 21 seconds, either H14 error detection selection mode or remote controllers signal receiving sound can be cancelled or turned on.
11.2 Select Remote Control Transmission Code
There are 4 types of remote control transmission code could be selected and stored in EEPROM of indoor PCB. The indoor unit will only operate when received signal with same transmission code from remote control. This could prevent signal interference when there are 2 or more indoor units installed near by together. To Change the code of remote controller, following table I to join or cut jumper wire on the remote controller and setting with "Forced operation button". Four codes (A, B, C, D) can be selected. Taking code "B" for example, the process below should be follow. 1. Press the "Auto OFF/ON button on the indoor unit for approximate 11 seconds until 3 "Beeps signal receiving sounds are heard. 2. Within 5 minutes, gently press the "RESET" button on the remote control towards the indoor unit. One "Beep" sound is heard. 3. Within 60 seconds, press any button on the remote control, the frequency of which was set as "B". Setting is completed after a "Beep" sound is heard. The corresponding signal sent by remote control "B" will be received by this indoor unit Table 1

Remote control A(STANDARD) B C D J02 SHORT OPEN SHORT OPEN J03 OPEN OPEN SHORT SHORT
11.3 Operate and Display of Remote Control

11.3.1 Original setting

11.3.2

Mode selecting button

AUTO, HEAT, COOL, DRY can be selected by pressing MODE button. Initial display of LCD is as follow
*Keeping the button depressed continuously, the operation mode will change in the following order in turn AUTOHEATCOOLDRY--AUTO
11.3.3 Temperature adjusting button
Temperature adjusting range is between 16~30

11.3.4 Fan speed button

There are 5 speed levels can be selected. The display on the remote controller changes as follows by pressing the AIR SWING button.

11.3.5

AIR SWING button
To adjust vertical airflow directions by pressing AIR SWING button (5 options)

11.3.6

QUIET/POWERFULL button
Press this button to switch among QUIET operation, POWERFUL operation and normal operation. Start Quiet operation: Press this button until QUIET displaying on remote control display and indoor QUIET indicator will light up to identify Quiet mode operating. Start POWERFUL operation: Press this button until POWERUL displays on remote control display and indoor POWERFUL indicator will light up to identify Quiet mode operating. Switch Quiet /Powerful operation to normal operation: Press this button until QUIET and POWERFUL on remote control display disappear. Indoor units QUIET and POWERFUL indicators will go out to identify the unit returns to normal operation. Note: QUIET and POWERFUL operation can not be active simultaneously. 26
11.3.7 Timer setting button
There are 4 types of timer setting by pressing Timer setting button: ON-TIMER, OFF-TIMER, ON-OFF TIMER, OFFON TIMER.
1) SELECT button When the air conditioner is ON, OFF-TIMER or OFF-ON TIMER can be selected by pressing SELECT button.
When the air conditioner is turned off, ON-TIMER or ON-OFF-TIMER can be selected.

2) Button A and B

Pressing button A can change the time for ON-TIMER and OFF-TIMER, off time for OFF-ON Timer, on time for ON-OFF TIMER; Pressing button B can change the on time for OFF-ONTimer and off time for ON-OFF Timer setting.

3) SET/CANCEL button.

Pressing the button to set or cancel the set timer during the timer setting or activate the previous timer setting. After the timer setting is determined, ON or OFF will stop flashing. If the timer setting is cancelled, ON or OFF will disappear on the remote control display. NOTE: OFF Timer and OFF- ON Timer can only be set during the operation; Timer setting can operate only once. If the OFF/ON button on the remote control or the AUTO Switch on the indoor unit is pressed, the timer setting Will be cancelled. If Auto Restart Control occurs, timer setting will be cancelled.

During the operation, if the ON Timer or ON-OFF Timer is set, the operation will be stopped.

11.3.8

About Cursor Key Which Points To OFF On Remote Control
When the ON/OFF button on the remote control is pressed, the cursor key which points to OFF will appear or Disappear to indicate the ON/OFF status of the air conditioner.
For some reason (Ex. The signal of the remote control does not reach the signal receiver of the indoor unit.), the display of the remote control will not correspond with the actual ON/OFF status of the indoor unit: 1. The air conditioner is running but the cursor key which points to OFF appears. The air conditioner can be stopped with any button (Except for ON/OFF, TIMER SET, TIMER ON) pressed. The air conditioner is on standby, but the cursor key which points to OFF disappears. The air conditioner can be started with any button (Except for ON/OFF, TIMER SET, TIMER OFF) pressed.

12. Operation Control

12.1 Basic Function
12.1.1 Internal Setting Temperature
Once the operation starts, remote control setting temperature will be taken as base value for temperature shifting processes. These shifting processes are depending on the air conditioner settings and the operation environment. The final shifted value will be used as internal setting temperature and it is updated continuously whenever the electrical power is supplied to the unit.
Remote Control Setting Temp. (16~30 Indoor Air Temperature Shifting Internal Setting Temperature Outdoor Air Temperature Shifting Powerful Temperature Limit Checking ( Min:16 ; Internal Setting Temperature
12.1.2 Cooling Operation 12.1.2.1 Thermostat control
Compressor is OFF when Intake Air Temperature - Internal Setting Temperature < -1.5 Compressor is ON after waiting for 3 minutes, if the Intake Air Temperature - Internal Setting Temperature > Compressor OFF point.
12.1.3 12.1.3.1 12.1.4 12.1.4.1
Soft Dry Operation Thermostat control (The same as Cooling mode) Heating operation Thermostat control
Compressor is OFF when Intake Air Temperature - Internal Setting Temperature > +2.0 Compressor is ON after waiting for 3 minutes, if the Intake Air Temperature - Internal Setting Temperature< Compressor OFF point.

12.3.2 12.3.3

Horizontal Airflow Quiet operation
The horizontal airflow direction louvers can be adjusted manually by hand.
To provide quiet operation comparing to normal operation. The Quiet operation can be active or stop by pressing QUIET/POWERFUL buttons at remote control. Once Quiet mode is active ,the unit will continuously operate in QUIET Mode until cancel the mode by pressing QUIET/POWERFUL buttons at remote control.
12.3.4 Powerful operation
To cooling or heating the room faster comparing to normal operation. The POWERFUL operation can be active or stop by pressing QUIET/POWERFUL buttons at remote control. When powerful operation is active, the unit will continuously operate in POWERFUL mode until cancel the mode by pressing QUIET/POWERFUL buttons at remote control. Operation details are as the fig. below. 1. For cooling, soft Dry mode

Power Button pressed

Fast Cooling

PIPING TEMP. (COOLING)

Cooling, Soft Dry

D C B A

1130 (Max)

45 seconds

FAN SPEED ( rpm)

730 (Min.)

-0.25 -1.67 -1.00

Correction Factor()

ON OFF 2. For Heating mode:

Fast Heating1 Heating

D C B A Shi

1270 (Max)

940 (Min.)

+1.00 +2 +0.25

ON OFF Note: The value of A, B, C, D will change according to the indoor temperature.

12.3.5

Automative Restart Control
When the power supply is cut off during the operation of air conditioner, the compressor will re-operate within three to four minutes after power supply resumes.

12.3.6

Indication Panel
POWER Green Operation ON Operation OFF TIMER Orange Timer setting ON Timer setting OFF POWERFUL Red Powerful Mode ON Powerful Mode OFF QUIET Green Quiet mode ON Quiet mode OFF
LED Color Light ON Light OFF
Note: If POWER LED blinks, the possible operation of the unit is operation mode judgment, or ON timer sampling. If Timer LED blinks, there is an abnormal operation occurs.

12.3.7

Timer control
Delay ON Timer ca be set using remote controller, the unit with timer set will start operate earlier than the setting time. This is to provide a comfortable environment when reaching the set On time. Seventy minutes before the set time for ON Timer or ON-OFF Timer setting, indoor ( at fan speed of Lo-) and outdoor fan motor start operate for 30 seconds to determine the indoor intake air temperature and outdoor air temperature in order to judge the operation mode. From the above judgment, the decided operation will start operate earlier than the set time as shown below.
Timer Signal Receiving sound During Operation.
Timer Signal Receiving Sound When the Air Conditioner Stops.

13. Protection control

13.1 Protection Control For All Operations
13.1.1 Time Delay Safety Control
The Compressor will not turn on within 3 minutes from the moment operation stops, although the unit is turned on again by pressing OFF/ON button at remote control within this period. This control is not applicable if the power supply is cut off and on again. This phenomenon is to balance the pressure inside the refrigerant cycle.
13.1.Seconds Forced Control
Once the air conditioner is turned on, the compressor will not stop within 30 seconds in a normal operation although the intake air temperature has reached the thermo-off temperature. However, force stop by pressing the OFF/ON button at the remote control is permitted or the Auto OFF/ON button at indoor unit. The reason for the compressor to force operation for minimum 30 seconds is to allow the refrigerant oil run in a full cycle and return back to the outdoor unit.

13.1.3

Total running current control
1. If the outdoor unit total running current is detected exceeding I1(A), the frequency instructed for compressor operation will be decreased. 2. If the running current does not exceed I1(A) for 5 seconds, the frequency instructed will be increased. RE9HKE RE12HKE Operation mode I1(A) I1(A) Cooling/ Soft Dry /Fan A* 5.8 7.4 Cooling/ Soft Dry /Fan B 5.6 7.3 Heating 7.01 8.05 *The first 30 minutes of cooling operation, A will be applied.

Freeze Prevention Control
1.Frequency of the compressor For prevention of freezing of the indoor evaporator, the frequency of the compressor will be changed according to the indoor piping temperature.
2.Indoor Fan Control Indoor fan speed changes according to the indoor fan speed.
13.2.3 Dew Prevention Control
To prevent dew formation at indoor unit discharge area. This control starts if all conditions continue for 20 minutes: - Operated with Cooling or Soft Dry Mode. - Indoor intake temperature is between 255 and 295. - Outdoor air temperature is less than 305. - Quiet Lo fan speed. This control stopped then receive air swing change signal from Remote Control.

13.2.4

Overload Protection For Cooling Operation
The frequency for the compressor will change according to the outdoor piping temperature.
13.3 Outdoor Air Temperature Control
13.3.1 Indoor Fan Control
1. Indoor fan is controlled by the indoor piping temperature. Manual Fan Speed Piping Temperature()

Auto Fan Speed

2. During heating operation, the indoor fan will run at the following speed when the compressor stops.
3. Hot Start When the heating operation starts, the indoor fan stops and the compressor run with the frequency of 117Hz. This is to prevent the cold airflow from blowing. If the piping temperature rises to 19 , and the indoor fan speed and airflow direction varies with the indoor piping temperature, the hot start control is completed.

13.3.2

Overload Protection Control
The frequency for the compressor is determined by indoor piping temperature.

13.3.3

Outdoor Air Temp Control
One minute after the start-up of the compressor, outdoor air temperature control starts.
14. Troubleshooting Guide
14.1 Refrigeration cycle system
In order to diagnose malfunctions, make sure that there are no electrical problems before inspecting the refrigeration cycle. Such problems include insufficient insulation, problem with the power source, malfunction of a compressor and a fan. The normal outlet air temperature and pressure of the refrigeration cycle depends on various conditions, the standard values for them are shown in the table on the right.
Normal Pressure and Outlet Air Temperature (Standard) Outlet air Gas Pressure Temperature Mpa 2 (C) (kg/cm G) Cooling Mode 0.9~1.2 ( 9~12) 12~16 Heating Mode 2.3 ~2.9 (23~29) 36~45 Condition: Indoor fan speed = High Outdoor temperature = 35C at cooling mode and 7C at heating mode. Compressor operates at rated frequency

14.2.3 Error Codes Table

15. Disassembly and Assembly Instructions
High Voltage is generated in the electrical parts area by the capacitor. Ensure that the capacitor has discharged sufficiently before proceeding with repair work. Failure to heed this caution may result in electric shocks.
16. Exploded View and Replacement Pars List

16.1 Indoor Unit

PART NAME&DESCRIPTION
CHASSIS COMPLETE FAN MOTOR CROSS FLOW FAN COMPLETE EVAPORATOR DISCHARGE GRILLE COMPLETE AIR SWING MOTOR HORIZONTAL VANE(LEFT) HORIZONTAL VANE(RIGHT) VERTICAL VANE C-BOX CONTROL BOARD CASE PARTICULAR PIECE TERMINAL BOARD COMPLETE POWER SUPPLY CORD COMPLETE ELECTRONIC CONTROLLER INDICATOR HOLDER-FRONT INDICATOR HOLDER-BACK INDICATOR PCB CONTROL BOARD FRONT COVER CONTROL BOARD TOP COVER REMOTE CONTROL FRONT GRILLE COMPLETE AIR FILTER SUPER ALLERU-BUSTER FILTER SCREW-FRONT GRILLE CAP-FRONT GRILLE DRAIN HOSE OPERATING INSTRUTIONS INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION INSTALLATION PLATE

Q'TY 1 1

CS-RE9HKE CWD50C1544 ARW61M8P30AC CWH02C1054 CWB30C2263 CWE20C2731 CWA981091 CWE24C1189 CWE24C1190 CWE24C1191 CWH14C6236 CWH102337 CWD932689 CWA28C2279 CWA20C2680 CWA73C3104 CWD932717 CWD932718 CWA745215 CWH131235J CWH131237 CWA75C3077 CWE11C3768 CWD001168 CWD001202 XTT4+16CFJ CWH521121 CWH851136 CWF565951 CWF613429 CWF613430 CWF613431 CWH361086
CS-RE12HKE CWD50C1544 ARW61M8P30AC CWH02C1054 CWB30C2263 CWE20C2843 CWA981091 CWE24C1189 CWE24C1190 CWE24C1191 CWH14C6237 CWH102337 CWD932689 CWA28C2279 CWA20C2680 CWA73C3105 CWD932717 CWD932718 CWA745215 CWH131235J CWH131237 CWA75C3077 CWE11C3768 CWD001168 CWD001202 XTT4+16CFJ CWH521121 CWH851136 CWF565951 CWF613429 CWF613430 CWF613431 CWH361086
(Note) All parts are supplied from PHAAG, China

16.2 Outdoor Unit

CHASSIS ASS'Y FAN MOTOR BRACKET SCREW-FAN MOTOR BRACKET FAN MOTOR SCREW-FAN MOTOR MOUNT PROPELLER FAN ASS'Y NUT-PROPELLER FAN COMPRESSOR ANTI-VIBRATION BUSHING NUT-COMPRESSOR MOUNT CONDENSER TUBE ASSY(3-WAY VALVE) HOLDER COUPLING ASS'Y 4-WAY VALVE 2-WAY VALVE 3-WAY VALVE STRAINER TERMINAL COVER NUT FOR TERMIANL COVER SOUND PROOF BOARD SOUND PROOF MATERIAL REACTOR CONTROL BOX COMPLETE TERMINAL BOARD ASS'Y CONTROL BOARD COMPLETE CONTROL BOARD CASING COVER-CONTROL BOX ELECTRONIC CONTROLLER TUBE ASS'Y(CAPILLARY) CAPILLARY SENSOR COMPLETE(COMP) SENSOR COMPLETE(PIPING) V-COIL COMPLETE TOP PLATE CABINET FRONT PLATE CABINET SIDE PLATE (R) CABINET SIDE PLATE (L) CONTROL BOARD COVER HANDLE

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CU-RE9HKE CWD50K2193A CWD541020 CWH551148A CWA951591 CWH55406J CWH03K1034 CWH561036J CWB092256 CWH50077 CWH56000J CWB32C2386 CWT01C4506 CWH351071 CWB001037J CWB021251 CWB011308 CWB11094 CWH171039 CW7080300J CWH151187 CWG302433 G0C193J00007 CWH14C6242 CWA28K1185 CWH14C6248 CWH102298 CWH131300 CWA73C3136 CWT01C3773 CWB15386 CWA50C2209J CWA50C2521 CWA43C2261 CWE031084A CWE06C1177 CWE041301A CWE041247A CWH13C1161 CWE161001

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AIR CONDITIONING

INTRODUCTION
DOMESTIC AIR CONDITIONING BREATHE HEALTHY AIR, BREATHE PANASONIC AIR
E-ION PLUS PURIFYING SYSTEM

PATROL SENSOR

SUPER QUIET MODE 20 DB
HIGHEST ENERGY PERFORMANCE CLASSIFICATION

INVERTER PLUS SYSTEM

INVERTER SYSTEM
DOMESTIC AIR CONDITIONING 2008
CLEAN, HEALTHY AIR WELCOME TO DOMESTIC AIR CONDITIONING. ONCE AGAIN, THIS YEAR PANASONIC OFFERS THE WIDEST RANGE OF AIR CONDITIONERS FOR YOUR HOME. AT PANASONIC WE RESEARCH AND INNOVATE TO OFFER YOU TRULY HEALTHY AIR. ONLY PANASONIC AIR CONDITIONERS PURIFY THE AIR YOU AND YOUR LOVED ONES BREATHE USING TECHNOLOGY SUCH AS THE EION PURIFYING SYSTEM WITH PATROL SENSOR, SPECIFICALLY CREATED TO PROVIDE HEALTHIER AIR. HERE ARE SOME OF YOUR NEW AIR CONDITIONERS MAJOR FEATURES.

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SUPER ALLERU-BUSTER FILTER

ION GENERATOR

REFRESHING AIRFLOW WITH RELAXING BREEZE EFFECT
EUROVENT CERTIFIED AND GUARANTEED
R410A ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY REFRIGERANT
OPERATION FOR COOLING ONLY OR AS A HEAT PUMP WITH EXTERNAL TEMPERATURE AS LOW AS -15C
PANASONIC INVERTER TOP PERFORMANCE WITH LOWEST CONSUMPTION
INVERTER AIR CONDITIONER: LOWER ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND GREATER EFFICIENCY Energy efficiency is a key factor when selecting an air conditioner. Panasonics Inverter air conditioners save the most energy. This is important for your pocket and for the planet. And all this while being the most efficient in the market.
AIR CONDITIONERS THAT SAVE You will always be comfortable with an Inverter air conditioner. After reaching the set temperature quickly, the power will be adjusted smoothly to keep the temperature constant. So there will be no sharp temperature changes and you will save power. The ample range of output powers also guarantees a pleasant temperature at all times, even when the number of people in the room fluctuates. This way, inverter air conditioners provide more precise temperature control than non-inverter models.

Cooler Warmer

THE ADVANTAGES OF AN INVERTER AIR CONDITIONER Uncomfortable
The room gets too cool, then too warm

ROOM TEMPERATURE

WHEN COOLING

WHEN HEATING

Comfortable
WITHOUT INVERTER The accelerator cannot be adjusted, so it takes longer to reach the comfort zone and then rapidly becomes uncomfortable again.
INVERTER ADVANTAGES Heat or cool a room to a set temperature in half the time. Panasonics Inverter air conditioners control room temperature much better than models which work at a constant speed. An Inverter air conditioner has 64% greater heating capacity than models which work at a constant speed. They provide more than enough power to heat a room in winter. Inverter models distribute the warm air over a wider area than electric radiators. They do not pollute the room like paraffin heaters do. There is no fire risk as there is with gas heaters. Air conditioners transfer heat to the room air, so they are safe and practical. Tests have shown that a Panasonic Inverter air conditioner consumes half the electricity of non-inverter models.

Uncomfortable

WITH INVERTER Quickly reaches the comfort zone. Adjusts the accelerator and thus runs more economically. Maintains a pleasant temperature at all times.

Less cool

Less warm
START Starts at a fixed speed, so it takes longer to reach the comfort zone.
Inverter air conditioner Non-inverter air conditioner
*1 Comparison of cumulative electricity consumption during heating to reach the setting temperature (Panasonic inhouse comparison) Test conditions: Indoor and outdoor temperature: 7C/ Setting temperature: 25C/ Fan speed: High
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ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASSIFICATIONS
A European Community directive requiring energy labelling of domestic appliances came into effect in 2005. Since then, all manufacturers have been required to label each product with an efficiency level represented by a letter from A to G. This means that a class B domestic appliance consumes approximately 10% more than an A, a C 20% more than an A, etc. As well as the corresponding letter, further information on each domestic appliance appears on the right-hand part of the sticker. In the tables which appear alongside the product in this catalogue, the energy efficiency is referenced with the corresponding letter in white on a black arrow.
DOMESTIC AIR CONDITIONING 2008 11
A+: THE MOST EFFICIENT Our new models have obtained the highest energy performance classification, Class A, which puts them in the highest energy saving class. This means you can use these models every day, without having to worry about the electric bill.

Energy

Manufacturer Outdoor units Indoor unit

Air-Conditioner

Product

Model number Class

Energy efficiency classification in seven classes, from A to G.

More efficient

THE QUIETEST Super quiet. We have managed to make one of the most silent air conditioners in the market. The indoor unit runs silently with a slow fan speed. When you press the Quiet Mode button on the remote control, the operating sound level reduces even further, down to 20 dB. We have produced unnoticeable air conditioners which do not disturb you, even when the room is at its quietest.
Annual energy consumption
Annual energy consumption is calculated by multiplying the total power input by an average of 500 hours per year in cooling mode at full load.

Less efficient

Annual energy consumption, kWh in cooling mode Actual consumption will depend on how the appliance is used and climate Total cooling output Percentage cooling efficiency Full load (the higher the better) Type Cooling only Cooling + Heating Air cooled Water cooled Heat output Heating performance A: higher G: lower Noise (db(A) re 1 pW) Further information is contained in product brochures kW kW

Energy efficiency ratio

The higher the EER, the higher the energy efficiency.

Type of air conditioner

Indoor unit Outdoor unit
Air-Conditioner Energy Label Directive 2002/31/EC
CLASSIFICATIONS There are seven energy efficiency classifications, from A to G. The highest efficiency level is A and the lowest is G.
Unit energy efficiency class in cooling mode 3.20 < EER 3.20 EER > 3.00 3.00 EER > 2.80 2.80 EER > 2.60 2.60 EER > 2.40 2.40 EER > 2.20 2.20 EER Unit energy efficiency class in heating mode 3.60 < COP 3.60 COP > 3.40 3.40 COP > 3.20 3.20 COP > 2.80 2.80 COP > 2.60 2.60 COP > 2.40 2.40 COP
These classifications are for split and multi split air conditioning units.
DOMESTIC AIR CONDITIONER RANGE INDOOR UNITS

CS-E7HKEW

2,00 KW

2,50 KW

CS-E9HKEW

3,50 KW

CS-E12HKEW
WALL-MOUNTED E-ION + PAGE 16

CS-TE9HKE CS-TE12HKE

WALL-MOUNTED SPLIT ELEGANCE PAGE 20

SPLIT -15C PAGE 22

CS-RE9HKE CS-RE12HKE

WALL-MOUNTED RE PAGE 24

CS-PW9GKE CS-PW12GKE
HEAT PUMP WALL-MOUNTED PAGE 26

CS-E9GFEW CS-E12GFEW

FLOOR CONSOLE PAGE 28
SINGLE SPLIT FLOOR OR CEILING PAGE 30

CS-E10HD3EA

SINGLE SPLIT HIDE AWAY PAGE 32

CS-E10HB4EA

4-WAY CASSETTE PAGE 34
MULTI SPLIT 2X1 E-ION + PAGE 37
MULTI SPLIT 3X1 E-ION + PAGE 37
MULTI SPLIT 4X1 E-ION + PAGE 37
12 DOMESTIC AIR CONDITIONING 2008

4,50 KW

CS-E15HKEW

5,00 KW

CS-E18HKEW

6,00 KW

CS-E21HKES

6,50 KW

CS-E24HKES CS-E28HKE

8,00 KW

DOMESTIC AIR CONDITIONING 2008 13

CS-TE15HKE

CS-RE18HKE

CS-RE24HKE

CS-PW18GKE

CS-E18GFEW

CS-E15DTEW

CS-E18DTEW

CS-E21DTES

CS-E15HD3EA

CS-E18HD3EA

CS-E15HB4EA

CS-E18HB4EA

CS-E21HB4EA

CU-2E15GBE-1

CU-2E18CBPGW

CU-3E18EBE

CU-3E23CBPG

CU-4E27CBPG

AIR QUALITY

E-ion air purifying system Active e-ions are shot out to catch and inactivate airborne bacteria and mould. The positively charged mega filter attracts dust to thoroughly clean the room. Patrol sensor Air is monitored both during air conditioner operation and when switched off. When dirt is detected, the air purifying function starts up to immediately clean the air in the room. Ion Benefit Negative ions, found in the air near waterfalls and forests, generally produce a great sense of wellbeing. Panasonic brings all the benefits to your home, at the push of a button. Super alleru-buster filter The super alleru-buster filter eliminates the allergens it captures. It combines three functions in one (antiallergen, anti-virus and anti-bacteria) to keep room air clean and healthy. Anti-allergen protection Inactivates more than 99% of filter-captured allergens. Anti-virus protection Inactivates more than 99% of filter-captured viruses. Anti-bacteria/Anti-mould protection The filter inactivates more than 99% of captured viruses. One-Touch anti-mould air filter Odour-removing function Allows the exchanger to be cleaned, preventing possible odours. While this function is connected, the fan also remains off momentarily to avoid unpleasant odours while the exchanger is being cleaned. Removable, washable panel The front panel is easy to keep clean. It can be removed quickly in one single step and can be washed in water. A clean front panel ensures smoother, more efficient operation, which can save energy.

COMFORT

Inverter plus system The Inverter plus range provides greater efficiency, more comfort and less noise than classic inverter units. This is Panasonics top-end, environmentally friendly range. It is the range of the future within your reach today. Inverter system The Inverter system provides more precise temperature control, without highs and lows, and keeps the ambient temperature constant with lower energy consumption and a significant reduction in noise and vibration levels. Super Quiet mode Thanks to its latest generation compressor and its twin blade fan, our outdoor unit is one of the most silent on the market. The indoor unit emits an almost imperceptible 23 dB. And this can be reduced by 3 dB, bringing the sound level to an almost inaudible point. Energy saving A+ products improve on the characteristics of standard air conditioners by over 20%. This means 20% less consumption and 20% off your electric bill. Down to -15C in cooling only mode The air conditioner works in cooling only mode with an outdoor temperature of 15C. Down to -15C in heat pump The air conditioner works in heat pump mode with an outdoor temperature as low as -15C. Powerful mode High power for immediate air conditioning. The rapid and effective powerful mode is ideal for when you come home on the hottest or coldest days. It works at maximum power to reach the desired temperature in 15 minutes. Soft dry operation mode The soft dry mode eliminates excess moisture with a soft breeze and provides a sense of wellbeing without much change in temperature. Wide and long airflow vane This vane has been designed so that the air goes further. It sends air to every corner of the room to keep the whole room in the comfort zone. Personalised airflow Permits the air direction to be adjusted vertically and horizontally. This feature can be conveniently selected by remote control. Automatic vertical airflow control The flap swings up and down automatically, making a vertical sweep which spreads the flow throughout the room. The flow can also be set a fixed angle with the remote control. Manual horizontal airflow control AUTO mode (Inverter) Hot start mode Between the start of a heating cycle and a cooling cycle, the internal fan stabilises the air to cool the internal heat exchanger and allow start-up even just after being switched off.

12-Hour timer 24-Hour timer This function enables you to set the start and stop times for the unit (hours and minutes) for daily periods. Infrared remote control Remote control with all function menus. Enables you to start, stop, programme and select functions or change the temperature without moving from your couch.

RELIABILITY

Automatic restart This function permits automatic restarting in safe mode operation has stopped for some unusual reason, such as after a power cut. As soon as the power is back, the unit restarts with the parameters selected before it stopped. Connection distance This is a figure which indicates the maximum length of pipe between the outdoor unit and the indoor unit(s). The long distances permitted are demonstration of the many installations possible. Top-panel access to the unit Maintenance of an outdoor unit used to be quite a tedious task. Now, with the possibility of removing the top cover, maintenance is quick and easy. Self-diagnostic function With this function the unit carries out a process self-diagnosis when a particular function does not work correctly. This allows faster servicing.
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COMPARISON OF DOMESTIC OUTDOOR UNIT
INVERTER DOMESTIC AIR CONDITIONING 2008 15
CS-E10HD3EA CS-E15HD3EA CS-E18HD3EA

MODELS

E-ion purifying system Patrol sensor

(Option)

CS-E10HB4EA CS-E15HB4EA CS-E18HB4EA CS-E21HB4EA
CS-E7HKEW CS-E9HKEW CS-E12HKEW CS-E15HKEW
CS-E18HKEW CS-E21HKES CS-E24HKES CS-E28HKE
CS-PW9GKE CS-PW12GKE CS-PW18GKE
CS-E9GFEW CS-E12GFEW CS-E18GFEW
CS-RE9HKE CS-RE12HKE CS-RE18HKE CS-RE24HKE
CS-TE9HKE CS-TE12HKE CS-TE15HKE
CS-E15DTEW CS-E18DTEW CS-E21DTE
Ion Benefit Super alleru-buster filter One-Touch anti-mould air filter Odour-removing function Removable, washable panel Inverter + system Inverter system Super Quiet mode Energy saving Down to -15C in cooling only
Down to -15C in heat pump Powerful mode Soft dry operation mode Wide and long airflow vane Personalised airflow Automatic vertical airflow control Manual horizontal airflow control AUTO mode (Inverter) Hot start mode 12-Hour timer

Only 9 and 12

Only 18 and 24
Only 9 and 12 Only 9 and 12

9 and 12

24-Hour timer Infrared remote control Automatic restart

20 m (18/21) 30 m (24/28)

Only 18 and and 24

Connection distance Top-panel access to the unit Self-diagnostic function
15 m 10 m (PW9) 20 m (RE18) 15 m (PW12) 30 m (RE24) 25 m (PW18)
15 m 15 m 20 m 20 m (RE18) (18/21) 30 m (RE24)
10 m (PW9) 15 m (PW12) 25 m (PW18)
(1) 20m (CU-RE18-GKE) / 30m (CU-RE24-GKE) / (2) 20m (CU-E18-GKE / E21-GKE) / 30m (CU-E24-GKE / E28-EKE) / (3) 15m (CU-E9-GFEW / E21-GFEW) / 20m (CU-E18-GFEW) / (4) 20m (2E77 / 2E79 / 2E712 / 2E99 / 2E912 / 2E1212 / 3E7712) / 25m (2E7715)
CU-2E15GBE-1 CU-2E18CBPGW CU-3E18EBE CU-3E23CBPG CU-4E27CBPG

See page 45

INVERTER SPLIT FLOOR / CEILING CONSOLE
INVERTER SINGLE SPLIT FLOOR OR CEILING R410A
Outdoor unit Indoor unit Cooling power EER Heating power COP Rated current Total consumption Power supply Connection Noise level dB (A)* Flow rate ** Dehumidifying Dimensions Indoor unit net weight (Out.) Liquid pipe Gas pipe Max. gradient. Pipe length Without refrigerant increase Quantity to add Rated kW (min-max) Rated kcal/h (min-max) Rated kW (min-max) Rated kcal/h (min-max) Cooling (A) Heating (A) Cooling (kW) Heating (kW) V mm2 Indoor (Cooling) Indoor (Heating) Outdoor (Cooling) Outdoor (Heating) Cooling (m3/h) Heating (m3/h) L/h Indoor (HxWxD) mm Outdoor (HxWxD) mm Kg Inches Inches meters m (min.-max.) meters Grams/meter CU-E15DBE CS-E15DTE 4.15 (0.90-4.55) 3,570 (770-3,910) 3.22 A 5.17 (0.90-6.30) 4,450 (770-5,420) 3.34 C 6.0 7.1 1.29 1.U.Outdoor 4 x 1.732 2.4 540x1,028x200 750x875x(48) 1/4 1/3-20 CU-E18DBE CS-E18DTE 5.00 (0.90-5.40) 4,300 (770-4,640) 3.01 B 6.10 (0.90-7.60) 5,250 (770-6,540) 3.35 C 7.5 8.2 1.66 1.U.Outdoor 4 x 2.762 2.8 540x1,028x200 750x875x(48) 1/4 1/3-20 CU-E21DBE CS-E21DTE 5.80 (0.90-6.60) 4,990 (770-5,680) 3.01 B 6.80 (0.90-8.10) 5,850 (770-6,970) 3.42 B 8.7 9.0 1.93 1.U.Outdoor 4 x 2.792 3.2 540x1,028x200 750x875x(49) 1/4 1/3-20
* Noise level in Super Quiet Mode. Sound power level measured in accordance with EUROVENT 6/C/006-97 specification. ** Flow rate at high ventilation. Cooling power based on 27 C DB, 19 C WB indoor air temperature and an outdoor air temperature of 35 C DB, 24 C WB. Heating power based on 20 C DB indoor air temperature of and an outdoor air temperature of 7 C DB, 6 C WB.
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INVERTER SINGLE SPLIT FLOOR OR CEILING
CU-E15DTE | CU-E18DTE | CU-E21DTE

HEALTHY AIR

+ + + + Soft dry operation mode Odour-removing function CZ-SA14P anti-allergen filter (optional) Anti-mould filter
ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND ECOLOGY
+ Inverter system + R410A environmentally friendly refrigerant gas
+ + + + Super Quiet mode Powerful mode Automatic vertical airflow control AUTO mode: automatic selection of cooling or heating mode depending on ambient temperature + Hot start mode + Automatic restart

EASE OF USE

+ 24-Hour timer + Ergonomic infrared remote control

EASY INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE
+ Maximum connection distance 20m + Maintenance access through the outdoor unit top panel + Self-diagnostic function
CU-E15DBE CU-E18DBE CU-E21DBE

 

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