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Test operation can be carried out for both indoor and outdoor units.
Long pipe design
Maximum piping length of 50m.
Internal pipe connection
Pipes are connected inside the units (inside the side covers), making the final appearance more attractive. Pipes can be diverted outward in any of four directions (forward, right, down, rear). Small liquid pipe diameters of 9.53mm, making installation work much easier.
Centralized draining method
Even when multiple outdoor units are installed to a wall, the drain outlets can be concentrated into a single drain pipe. This makes installation easier and also improve appearance.
A brand-new control method
1. Easier power supply wiring connection Power supply wiring and other wiring tasks can be carried out more easily. Twin non-polar wires used to connect indoor and outdoor units. Adoption of connection error prevention circuits for drive wires and signal wires. If a connection error is made, the relay does not operate and current does not flow to the circuit boards.
2. Twin and Triple operation Simultaneous air conditioning of wide spaces and corners is possible. Indoor units of different horsepowers can even be used in combination. Master unit and slave-units can be set automatically in twin and triple systems. No address setting is necessary. Multiple indoor units can be operated simultaneously with a single remote control. Note that individual operation is not possible. 3. Separate indoor/outdoor unit power supplies The power supply can be connected to (1) just the outdoor units, or (2) to both the indoor and outdoor units. 4. Easy test operation Test operation can be carried out for both indoor and outdoor units. 5. Automatic setting initialization function (Remote control and Indoor unit) In accordance with the indoor and outdoor units connected and the connection methods, conditions such as the connection configuration (twin or triple format) and remote-control functions such as automatic louvre operation and cooling or heating mode are automatically detected and set instantly.
Wired Remote Control
1. The new design includes an easily-visible red pilot lamp. The power can be turned on and off at a single touch, without opening the cover. 2. Has a build-in thermistor, allowing indoor temperature detection in accordance with indoor conditions by switching with main unit thermistor. 3. Twin non-polar wires make installation work easy. (10 m cable supplied as accessory.)
Wireless Remote Control (Optional part)
OFF/ON button Used to start and stop the operation. ODOUR WASH button
FILTER RESET button Press to cancel the FILTER indicator light on the control panel. FAN SPEED button Used to select the fan speed of high (HI), medium (MED), low (LO) or auto (AUTO). SET button* Local setting function. ADDRESS SET button* Used to change the address setting when using more than one indoor unit. RESET button Pressing this button will clear all the settings from memory. You will then need to make the settings again. TIMER/CLOCK SET buttons Used to set the timer operation and the current time. AIR SWING (AUTO/MANUAL) buttons Used to determine the air swing condition, either auto or manual. MODE button Used to select the operation of AUTO, HEAT, FAN, COOL or DRY. TEMP (UP/DOWN) buttons Used to select the desired temperature. ECONOMY operation button
Transmitter Transmits the remote control signal. Airflow direction setting display Fan speed display Temperature setting display (16C - 31C) Time/time setting display Shows the timer operation setting time or the current time. Address number display Operation selection display
NOTES Ensure that the correct button is pressed as simultaneous pressing of the multiple buttons will not make the setting correct. The illustration above is for explanatory purpose only. The appearance will be different during actual operation. If using the wireless remote control in conjunction with the wired remote control, the settings made from the wireless remote control will appear on the wired remote control display (except when making timer settings). Buttons marked with * are not needed for normal operation. If one of these buttons is pressed by mistake, press the same button once more to cancel the operation. When the power resumed after power failure, the unit will restart automatically with all previous settings preserved by the memory function. (Auto restart function)
9 Operation Control
Description of basic control functions
1. Thermostat control 2. Depend on differences between room temperature and setting temperature, Compressor running frequency will be decided and start operation. Temperature differences become same as below table, then thermostat is off.
Temperature Differences Unit: C Duct D3 -2.0 -3.0 2.5
Indoor type Cool mode Dry mode Heat mode
Cassette -1.5 -2.5 3.5
Ceiling -1.5 -2.5 2.5
Duct D2 -2.0 -3.0 2.5
3. Select indoor temperature thermostat When connected to wired remote controller, either indoor unit thermostat or remote controller thermostat is available, using remote control setting.
Compressor Start Control
When the compressor start, compressor frequency will be fixed at lower level for certain time, to follow the below table, due to avoid the compressor oil discharge. Judging from compressor discharge temperature, decide the start condition to select either cool start control, or warm start control.
Discharge temp. [C] Start control >15C Cool start 15C Warm start
Warm start : set 1 *set 5 normal control Cool start : set 1 set 2 set 3 set 4 *set 5 normal control Note Frequency at *set 5 = frequency calculated by normal control In case of frequency at set n excess the frequency at set 5 in cool condition, skip from set n to set 4 and transfer to set 5.
Cool indoor fan control
Fan speed manual Common control for unit using DC motor / unit using AC motor. Operation start at hi speed, or medium speed, or low speed set by remote control. Fan speed auto When operation start, or shifting to thermostat ON condition from thermostat OFF condition, odour cut operation (refer odour cut operation page for detail), after thermostat ON condition, indoor fan operate as below control.
Unit using DC motor As follow the below figure, fan speed changing operation (program air). (rpm center B and is different if capacity rank is different)
Unit using AC motor When 1st thermostat on condition from operation start, fan speed is hi (same as manual fan speed), after 2nd thermostat on condition, fan speed change to medium speed (same as manual medium fan speed).
Odour cut control
When cool or dry mode operation start, select odour cut mode or fan auto mode, by remote control, operation start at odour wash mode when compressor start or shift to thermostat on from thermostat off. Odour cut operation is under below condition.
Operation mode Odour wash setting Fan setting Cool or dry mode Setting No setting Odour cut Odour cut Odour cut -
Odour cut operation is to remove the odour generated at indoor heat exchanger to use the drain water come out from indoor heat exchanger.
Thermo & comp ON/OFF Time Cool Auto DC motor AC motor Dry Auto DC motor AC motor Thermostat ON & comp ON 40 [Sec] 50 [Sec] OFF SSLo Program air OFF Lo Hi OFF SSLo SLo OFF Lo Lo 20 [Sec] SSLo Lo SSLo Lo Thermostat ON 120 [Sec] 20 [Sec] OFF SSLo OFF Lo OFF SSLo OFF Lo Thermostat ON & comp ON 40 [Sec] 50 [Sec] OFF SSLo Program air OFF Lo Me OFF SSLo SLo OFF Lo Lo
Cautions Carry out Earthing work. Do not connect the Earth return to the gas pipe, water line pipe, lightning rod and telephone lines. Imperfection in Earth return may lead to electric shock. Do not install the unit at the place where the possibility of inflammable gas leakage exists. If gas leakage should arise and the gas builds up around the unit, such situation may lead to ignition. Drain piping should be made to ensure secure drainage according to the manual for installation work and carry out the thermal insulation to prevent the occurrence of condensation. Imperfection in piping work lead to water leakage and may cause the house and property, etc. to become wet Position the indoor unit and outdoor unit, power cords and indoor/outdoor unit connection cables in a way so that they are at least 1 meter away from televisions and radios. This is to avoid problem such as interference with picture and/or sound. (However, note that depending on the electromagnetic wave conditions, interference may still occur even if the separation distance is more than 1 meter.)
Mounting of the earth leakage circuit breaker is required. Omission in mounting of the earth leakage circuit breaker may lead to electric shock.
10.4.1. Accessories packed in the indoor unit container
Name Drain hose with a clip Heat insulator Qty Appearance Purpose For drain piping For insulating refrigerant pipe joint For fastening the heat insulator Name Flat washer for M10 Screw M5 Qty Appearance Purpose For fixing the hanging bolts Set screw for paper model and panel fixing
10.4.2. Selecting the location for indoor unit
Provide a check port on the piping side ceiling for repair and maintenance. Install the indoor unit once the following conditions are satisfied and after receiving the customer approval. 1. The indoor unit must be within a maintenance space. 2. The indoor unit must be free from any obstacles in path of the air inlet and outlet, and must allow spreading of air throughout the room.
* If the height from the floor to ceiling exceeds three meters, air flow distribution deteriorates and the effect is decreased. 3. The installation position must be able to support a load four times the indoor unit weight. 5. The indoor unit must allow easy draining. 6. The indoor unit must allow easy connection to the outdoor unit. 7. Place the indoor unit according to the height from the ceiling shown in the illustration below. 8. The indoor unit must be from at least 3m away from any noise-generating equipment. The electrical wiring must be shielded with a steel conduit. 9. If the power supply is subject to noise generation, add a suppressor. 10. Do not install the indoor unit at a laundry. Electric shocks may result. NOTE Thoroughly study the following installation locations. Warnings 4. The indoor unit must be away from heat and steam sources, but avoid installing it near an entrance.
7. Open the indoor control box cover. (2 pcs) 8. Insert firmly the connector of cosmetic louver to indoor pcb CN-STM1 and CN-STM2. Be caution not to clamp the cord in between control board and control board cover.
9. After complete, install back removed part follow opposite procedure.
Warning Be sure to hook the air inlet grill string, to prevent grill from falling and causing injury from it.
If fixing wireless remocon, follow the instruction manual that include inside wireless remocon accessory. (Remote Control Address Setting) (Refer to the Installation Manual which is provided with the remote controller for details.) Two remote controllers (including the wireless remote controller) can be connected. However, remote control thermistor setting is not possible. As for [master/slave] setting of remote controller, the automatic setting and manual setting are possible. Since manual setting is priority. Two remote controllers, which both are wireless, cannot be connected.
10.4.10. As for timer output
Connect the timer cord to connector (CN-TIMER) on print circuit board.
10.4.11. Precautions in test run
The initial power supply must provide at least 90% of the rated voltage. Otherwise, the air conditioner may not operate. Test operation can be carried out using the remote control unit or at the outdoor unit. (If carrying out test operation at the outdoor unit, refer to TEST OPERATION in the outdoor unit installation manual.) If using the remote control unit to carry out test operation, follow the procedure given below. 46
First, press the OFF/ON ( ) button. Then press the TEST RUN button within 1 minute of pressing the OFF/ON ( ) button. Next, select the operation modes. The temperature of the indoor unit pipes will be shown on the temperature setting display. (At the start of the test operation, it may take up to 1 minute for air conditioner number, switching time and other displays to appear.) After operation modes have been selected, stop the compressor for a moment. Press the OFF/ON ( ) button of the TEST RUN button once more to cancel test operation mode.
NOTE 1 These units are equipped with connection error prevention circuits. If the units do not operate, it is possible that the connection error prevention circuits have operated. In such cases, check that the Indoor/outdoor unit connection wire (connected to terminals , and ) are connected correctly. If they are connected incorrectly, connect them correctly. Normal operation should then commence.
Warnings Wiring shall be connected securely using specified cables and fix them securely so that external force of the cables may not transfer to the terminal connection section. Imperfect connection and fixing leads to fire, etc. Cautions Carry out Earthing work. Do not connect the Earth return to the gas pipe, water line pipe, lightning rod and telephone lines. Imperfection in Earth return may lead to electric shock. Do not install the unit at the place where the possibility of inflammable gas leakage exists. If such gas leakages should arise and the gas builds up around the unit, such situation may lead to ignition.
Drain piping should be made to ensure secure drainage according to the manual for installation work and carry out the thermal insulation to prevent the occurrence of condensation. Imperfection in piping work leads to water leakage and may cause the house and property, etc. to become wet Position the indoor unit and outdoor unit, power cords and indoor/outdoor unit connection cables in a way so that they are at least 1 meter away from televisions and radios. This is to avoid problem such as interference with picture and/or sound. (However, note that depending on the electromagnetic wave conditions, interference may still occur even if the separation distance is more than 1 meter.)
10.5.1. Accessories supplied with outdoor unit
The following parts are supplied as accessories with each outdoor unit. Check that all accessory parts are present before installing the outdoor unit.
Part name Protective bushing Banding strap Qty Diagram Application For protecting electrical wires For tying electrical wires together Part name Drain elbow AS Heat pump-types only Qty Diagram Application 1 For connecting the drain pipe (with ring seat)
10.5.2. Before installation work
This product is using new refrigeration (R410A). The basic way of installation work is the same as usual, but water and impurities should be controlled more strictly than before due to characteristic of refrigerating machine oil. Therefore, selection of materials to use and processing, storing and brazing need appropriate construction and control. 1. Tools and materials There are tools and materials for both new refrigeration and usual refrigeration you can use together and for either two of them you can use. Use the below for new refrigeration. Vacuum pump (with back flow preventor system) Gas leakage detection warning decive Gauge manifold Charge hose 2. Installation work a. Brazing work Brazing work needs replacing air inside pipe with nitrogen gas in order to prevent oxidization scale from occurring. This is called nitrogen replacement, and one of very important work in brazing refrigerant piping. (Oxidation preventive is not possible to use)
If there are obstructions near the outdoor unit and the wind direction is not constant, install an optional air guider. 9. Do not allow any obstacles near the outdoor unit which will interfere with air flow around the air intake and air outlet. 10. If installing in a location which is prone to snowfall, place the installation base as high as possible, and be sure to install a roof or enclosure which does not allow snow to accumulate. 11. Avoid installing the unit in places where petroleum products (such as machine oil), salinity, sulphurous, gases or high-frequency noise are present.
12. Be sure to leave enough space around the outdoor unit to maintain proper performance and to allow access for routine maintenance. Allow enough space from any obstacles as shown in Fig. 1.2 below in order to prevent short-circuits from occurring. (If installing more than one outdoor unit, make the necessary space available as outlined in 13.) However, there should be at least 1 meter of free space above the unit. The height of any obstacles at the air intake and outlet sides should not be greater than the height of the outdoor unit.
13. If installing more than one outdoor unit, allow enough space around each unit as shown below.
Maintain sufficient space above the unit. Values inside brackets indicate distances when installing the 4HP - 6HP. The distance given above are the minimum distance required in order to maintain proper performance. Allow as much space as possible in order to get the best performance from the units.
10.5.5. Transporting and installing the outdoor unit
Transporting 1. The outdoor unit should be transported in its original packaging as close to the installation location as possible. 2. If suspending the outdoor unit, use a rope or belt, and use cloth or wood as padding in order to avoid damaging the unit. Installation 1. Read the Selecting the outdoor unit installation location section thoroughly before installing the outdoor unit. 2. If installing the unit to a concrete base or other solid base, use M10 or W3/8 bolts and nuts to secure the unit, and ensure that the unit is fully upright and level. (The anchor bolt positions are shown in the diagram at the right side.) In particular, install the unit at a distance from the neighbouring building which conforms to regulations specified by local noise emission regulation standards. 3. Do not install the outdoor unit to the buildings roof. 4. If there is a possibility that vibration may be transmitted to the rooms of the building, place rubber insulation between the unit and the installation surface. 5. Drain water will be discharged from the outdoor unit when operating the system in heating or defrosting modes. Select an installation location which will allow the water to drain away properly, or provide a drainage channel so that the water can drain away. (If this is not done, the drain water may freeze during winter, or the water may spill down to areas underneath the installation location.)
If installing with the remote control cable exposed 1. Secure the remote controller base plate to the wall with two accessory 4 mm screws. 2. The feeding-out direction for the remote control cable can be either up or to the left or right. (Refer to the illustration above.) After determining the feeding-out direction, use nippers to make a notch in the cover. 3. Route the remote control cable as shown in the illustration above. Pull the cord firmly around the outside of the base plate at this time.
Control using two remote controllers
Up to two remote controllers can be installed for a single indoor unit, and either remote controller can be used to operate the indoor unit. The indoor unit can be operated with the last switch pressed having priority. 1. Decide which is to be the master and which is to be the slave remote controller. The master or slave states of the remote controller are set automatically. The MASTER/SLAVE setting switch can also be use to make the setting manually, however if a manual setting is made, that manual setting has priority. Be sure to turn off the main power before making a manual setting. 2. Connect the remote controllers. Connect both remote controller to terminals (A) and (B) on the indoor unit terminal block (non-polar).
All in group will be remote controller thermistor setting when using the remote controller thermistor. Up to a maximum of 16 indoor units can be connected at the time of group control. (Do not connect heat pump unit with cooling only unit.) Indoor unit No. is possible to set automatically at the time of group control. However, what number would be assigned to which indoor units is unknown. Indoor unit No. is also possible to set manually with DIP switches. Since manual address setting is priority during performing automatic address setting. (Do not use manual address setting and automatic address setting together.)
Automatic address resetting for group control
The address settings for group control (air conditioner Nos. 1 to 16) can be reset automatically. 1. When operation is stopped, press for 5 seconds, continue the TEST RUN switch to display 00 (will be LOCAL MODE). 2. Press the UP (TEMP) DOWN (TEMP) switch to display 10. 3. Press the SELECT switch to display 000. It would blinks. 4. Press the UP (TIMER) DOWN (TIMER) switch to display 001. It would blinks. 5. Press the SET switch.
Switching the thermistor
The temperature detection thermistor can be switched between the thermistor at the indoor unit and the thermistor at the remote controller. However, do not switch to the remote controller thermistor if using two remote controllers. 1. When operation is stopped, press for 5 seconds, continue the TEST RUN switch to display 00 (will be LOCAL MODE). 2. Press the UP (TEMP) DOWN (TEMP) switch to display 11. 3. Press the SELECT switch to display 000. It would blinks. 4. Press the UP (TIMER) DOWN (TIMER) switch to choose display 000 or 001. 000. Indoor unit setting (factory default) 001. Remote controller setting 5. Press the SET switch. (Be sure to press the SET switch so that normal operation mode can be resumed.) Repeat the procedure in steps (1) to (5) to change the setting again.
10.7.1. Accessories supplied with the wireless remote controller
No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
Name Wireless Remote Controller R03 battery Holder (For securing remote controller) Holder fixing screw Receptor unit (For Cassette Type) Receptor unit (For Ceiling Type) Installation manual
Qty Cassette Ceiling 1 1
10.7.2. Points and notes regarding wireless remote controller setting-up location
The wireless remote controller can be used to operate indoor units at a maximum range of 8 metres from directly facing infront of the indoor unit. If the remote controller is at an angle to the receptor unit, the operation range may become shortened. The accessory receptor unit must be attached to the veneer panel. The receptor unit for the wireless remote controller should be in a place where it will not be affected by direct light from fluorescent lights. (Refer to the illustration below.) (If using an inverter-type fluorescent light, keep the receptor unit at least 1m away from the light, otherwise remote control operation may not work properly.)
If installing in a place where a power supply is generating electromagnetic noise, take measures such as installing a noise filter. Install at least 3m away from any noise sources, and shield the electric cables using an iron conduit pipe. Install at least 1m away from equipment such as TVs and radios. (Otherwise picture distortion or static may occur.)
Wireless remote control installation procedure
Installing the wireless remote controller to a wall (for remote control storage).
If using a single remote controller to operate several air conditioners, address setting will be required. (Refer to later in this manual.) For twin and triple types, install to the main unit only. (Accordingly, the installation and wiring operations described later in this manual are for the main unit only.)
Inserting the batteries
Remove the battery compartment cover of the wireless remote controller, and then insert the two accessory R03 size batteries. (Be sure not to make a mistake with the polarities.) NOTE The accessory batteries are to be used when checking operation. They should be replaced with new batteries as soon as possible. (Be sure not to make a mistake with the polarities.)
Fig. 6 Electric gas leak detector for HFC refrigerant
8. Electronic scale for refrigerant charging Because of the high pressure and fast vaporizing speed of R410A, the refrigerant cannot be held in a liquid phase inside the charging cylinder when charging is done using the charging cylinder method, causing bubbles to form in the measurement scale glass and making it difficult to see the reading. (Naturally, the conventional R22 charging cylinder cannot be used because of the differences in the pressure resistance, scale gradation, connecting port size, etc.) The electronic scale has been strengthened by using a structure in which the weight detector for the refrigerant cylinder is held by four supports. It is also equipped with two connection ports, one for R22 (7/16 UNF, 20 threads) and one for R410A (1/2 UNF, 20 threads), so it can also be used for conventional refrigerant charging. There are two types of electronic scales, one for 10-kg cylinders and one for 20-kg cylinders. (The 10-kg cylinder is recommended.) Refrigerant charging is done manually by opening and closing the valve. 9. Refrigerant cylinders The R410A cylinders are labeled with the refrigerant name, and the coating color of the cylinder protector is pink, which is the color stipulated by ARI of the U.S. Cylinders equipped with a siphon tube are available to allow the cylinder to stand upright for liquid refrigerant charging.
Fig. 7 Electronic scale for refrigerant charging
Fig. 8 Refrigerant cylinders
10. Charging orifice and packing for refrigerant cylinders The charging orifice must match the size of the charging hose fitting (1/2 UNF, 20 threads). The packing must also be made of an HFC-resistant material.
Fig. 9 Charging orifice and packing
11.2.3. R410A tools which are usable for R22 models
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) Table 9 R410A tools which are usable for R22 models R410A tools Usable for R22 models Copper tube gauge for clearance adjustment OK Flaring tool (clutch type) OK Manifold gauge NG Charging hose NG Vacuum pump adaptor OK Electric gas leak detector for HFC refrigerant NG Electronic scale for refrigerant charging OK Refrigerant cylinder NG Charging orifice and packing for refrigerant cylinder NG
11.3. Refrigerant piping work
11.3.1. Piping materials
It is recommended that you use copper and copper alloy jointless pipes with a maximum oil adherence of 40 mg/10m. Do not use pipes that are crushed, deformed, or discolored (especially the inside surface). If these inferior pipes are used, impurities may clog the expansion valves or capillaries. Because the pressure of ACs using R410A is higher than those using R22, it is essential that you select materials that are appropriate for these standards. The thickness of the copper tubing used for R410A is shown in Table 10. Please be aware that tubing with a thickness of only 0.7 mm is also available on the market, but this should never be used.
Table 10 Copper tube thickness (mm) Soft pipe Nominal diameter 1/4 3/8 1/2 Outside diameter (mm) 6.35 9.52 12.7 R410A 0.80 0.80 0.80 Thickness (mm) (Reference) R22 0.80 0.80 0.80
11.3.2. Processing and connecting piping materials
When working with refrigerant piping, the following points must be carefully observed: no moisture or dust must be allowed to enter the piping, and there must be no refrigerant leaks. 1. Procedure and precautions for flaring work a. Cut the pipe Use a pipe cutter, and cut slowly so the pipe will not be deformed. b. Remove burrs and clean shavings from the cut surface If the shape of the pipe end is poor after removing burrs, or if shavings adhere to the flared area, it may lead to refrigerant leaks. To prevent this, turn the cut surface downward and remove burrs, then clean the surface, carefully. c. Insert the flare nut (be sure to use the same nut that is used on the AC unit) d. Flaring Check the clamp bar and the cleanliness of the copper pipe. Be sure to use the clamp bar to do the flaring with accuracy. Use either an R410A flaring tool, or a conventional flaring tool. Flaring tools come in different sizes, so be sure to check the size before using. When using a conventional flaring tool, use the copper pipe gauge for clearance adjustment, etc., to ensure the correct A dimension (see Fig. 10)
Fig. 10 Flaring dimensions
Fig. 11 Relation between the flare nut structure and flaring tool end
Nominal diameter 1/4 3/8 1/2
Outside diameter (mm) 6.35 9.52 12.70
Table 11 R410A flaring dimensions Wall thickness (mm) R410A flaring tool, clutch type 0.8 0.8 0.- 0.- 0.- 0.5
A (mm) Conventional flaring tool Clutch type Wing-nut type 1.0 - 1.5 1.5 - 2.0 1.0 - 1.5 1.5 - 2.0 1.0 - 1.5 2.0 - 2.5
Table 12 R22 flaring dimensions Wall thickness (mm) R410A flaring tool, clutch type 0.8 0.8 0.- 0.- 0.- 0.5
A (mm) Conventional flaring tool Clutch type Wing-nut type 0.5 - 1.0 1.0 - 1.5 0.5 - 1.0 1.0 - 1.5 0.5 - 1.0 1.5 - 2.0
Table 13 R410A flare and flare nut dimensions Unit: mm Outside Wall thickness A +0, -0.4 B C diameter (mm) (mm) dimension dimension 6.35 0.8 9.1 9.2 6.5 9.52 0.8 13.2 13.5 9.7 12.70 0.8 16.6 16.0 12.9 Table 14 R22 flare and flare nut dimensions Unit: mm Outside Wall thickness A +0, -0.4 B C diameter (mm) (mm) dimension dimension 6.35 0.8 9.0 9.2 6.5 9.52 0.8 13.0 13.5 9.7 12.70 0.8 16.2 16.0 12.9
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F21 F26 F27
-01 -01 -01
-05 F27 -01
-05 F30 -01
-01 -02 -06 -08 -09 -10
-03 -04 -05 -06 -08 -09 -10
Wired remote control unit display Abnormal Detail dispaly dispaly F40 -01 -11
Outdoor unit printed circuit board LED 308 309
Location or problem
Outlet temperature sensor problem Compressor suction temperature sensor problem Heat exchanger outlet temperature sensor problem Pipe temperature sensor problem Compressor discharge temperature sensor problem High pressure switch open circuit problem Low pressure sensor problem Current detector open circuit Inverter protection (IPM temp. sensor problem)
-21 -31 -51 F41 -02 -11 -11 -01
Outlet temperature sensor lead wire, connector CN-TH1 Suction temperature sensor (SUC T. TEMP) lead wire, connector CN-TH2 or valve operation (closed) Heat exchanger outlet temperature sensor (COND TEMP) lead wire, connector CN-TH1 Pipe temperature sensor (PIPE TEMP) lead wire, connector CN-TH2 Compressor discharge temperature sensor (DIS T. TEMP) lead wire, connector CN-DIS High-pressure switch lead wire, connector CN-PSW1 Low-pressure sensor lead wire, connector Outdoor unit P.C. B (NOISE FILTER) fault or connector ACN2 IPM fault or PCB (MAIN) fault
Unit No. (when twin or triple) Master unit problem
The LED301 (green) illuminates to indicate that the microprocessor on the printed circuit board is operating normally. If the LED is switched off is flashing irregularly. Check the power supply, and turn it off and then back on again
Slave No. 1 unit problem
Slave No. 2 unit problem
13 Replacement Parts
13.1. Indoor unit
REF. NO. 48 48A 100
PART NAME & DESCRIPTION BASE PAN ASSY INNER POLYSTYRENE COMPLETE CABINET SIDE PLATE ASSY CABINET SIDE PLATE ASSY FAN MOTOR ANTI-VIBRATION BUSHING SCREW-FAN MOTOR TURBO FAN NUT for TURBO FAN SP WASHER WASHER EVAPORATOR COMPLETE FLARE NUT (5/8) HEATPROOF TUBE HEATPROOF TUBE FLARE NUT (3/8) PIPE COVER SENSOR-EVAPORATOR HOLDER SENSOR EVAPORATOR SUPPORTER TUBE ASSY (CAPIL. TUBE) DRAIN PUMP COMPLETE PANEL DRAIN PUMP ASSY DRAIN PUMP ANTI-VIBRATION BUSHING FLOAT SWITCH-DRAIN PUMP FLEXIBLE PIPE DRAIN NOZZLE DRAIN HOSE HEAT INSULATION DRAIN PAN-COMPLETE DRAIN PLUG AIR GUIDER BLOWER WHEEL CONTROL BOARD CASING ELECTRONIC CONTROLLER (MAIN) SPACER TRANSFORMER TERMINAL BOARD - (2 PIN) TERMINAL BOARD - (3 PIN) LEADWIRE-AIR TEMP. SENSOR CONTROL BOARD COVER ACCESSORY COMPLETE HEATPROOF TUBE WIRED REMOTE CONTROL COMPLETE (ACCESSORY) WIRED REMOTE CONTROL COMPLETE WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL COMPLETE RAY RECEIVER COMPLETE CORD HOLDER OPERATING INSTRUCTION INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION OPERATING INSTRUCTION (ENG., DEU., NED.) OPERATING INSTRUCTION (ITA., GRE., FRA.) OPERATING INSTRUCTION
QTY. 1 1
CS-F24DB4E5 CWD52K1099 CWG07C1045 CWE041112 CWE041113 EHDS50A40AC CWH501065 CWH7080300 CWH03K1021 CWH561042 XWA8 XWG8H22 CWB30C1514 CWT251016 CWG021035 CWG021021 CWT25087 CWD93C1047 CWA50C2216 CWH321044 CWD911404A CWT07K1183 CWB53C1014 CWD93K1007 CWB532043 CWH501080 CWA121215 CWH851030 CWH411013 CWG101025 CWH40C1033 CWB821008 CWD321057 CWH10K1047 CWA73C1689 CWH541026 G0A203H00001 CWA28K1112 CWA28K1076 CWA67C5139 CWH13C1097 CWH82C1270 CWG021025 CWG50C2604 CWA75C2586 CWA75C2588 CWD91C0038 CWD741020 CWF564508 CWF612614 CWF564397 CWF564398 CWF564399
All parts are supplied from PHAAM, Malaysia (Vendor Code: 061)
Front Grille Complete (CZ-BT03P)
NO. PART DESCRIPTION FRONT GRILLE-COMPLETE FRAME-FRONT GRILLE CO. A.S MOTOR DC, SINGLE 12V 250 OHM BRACKET-A.S.MOTOR VANE SHAFT SHAFT CONNECTOR-SHAFT BEARING LEAD WIRE-A.S.MOTOR PLATE COVER FOR A.S.MOTOR PLATE COVER FOR CONNECTING SHAFT PLATE COVER FOR END SHAFT L-PIECE SIDE COVER FOR FRONT GRILLE CO. INTAKE GRILLE LEVER ARM AIR FILTER QTY PART NO. CWE11C3104 CWE11C3101 CWA981105 CWD932391 CWE241146 CWH631038 CWH631039 CWH081007 CWH641008 CWA67C5117 CWD911395 CWD911396 CWD911397 CWD701033 CWD911398 CWE221122 CWH651029 CWD001130
13.2. Outdoor unit
NO. 4a 50a 54 54a 104
PART DESCRIPTION BASE PAN ASSY COMPRESSOR ANTI-VIBRATION BUSHING NUT FOR COMP. MOUNT. PACKING CRANKCASE HEATER CONDENSER COMPLETE TUBE ASSY(PRESSURE SWITCH) DISCHARGE MUFFLER HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH 3-WAYS VALVE (GAS) 4-WAYS VALVE 3-WAYS VALVE (LIQUID) STRAINER PIPE HOLDER RUBBER HOLDER-SERVICE VALVE ACCUMULATOR ASSY SOUND PROOF MATERIAL-COMP SOUND PROOF MATERIAL SOUND-PROOF BOARD ASSY V-COIL COMPLETE V-COIL COMPLETE (4 WAY VALVE) PIPE SENSOR (DISCHARGE) PIPE SENSOR (COIL) PIPING SENSOR CABINET REAR PLATE CONTROL BOARD ASSY TERMINAL BOARD ASSY TERMINAL BOARD ASSY CAPACITOR-FAN MOTOR (3/460) ELECTRONIC CONTROLLER (P. SUPPLY) ELECTRONIC CONTROLLER (DISPLAY) ELECTRONIC CONTROLLER (NOISE FILTER) ELECTRONIC CONTROLLER (MAIN) REACTOR PARTICULAR PLATE COVER ASSY TERMINAL COVER NUT FOR TERMINAL COVER BRACKET FAN MOTOR SCREW-BRACKET FAN MOTOR FAN MOTOR SCREW-FAN MOTOR PROPELLER FAN NUT for PROPELLER FAN CABINET FRONT PLATE DISCHARGE GRILLE CABINET SIDE PLATE WIRE NET CABINET TOP PLATE COMPLETE ACCESSORY COMPLETE BAG-COMPLETE (L-TUBE) PIPE COVER (FRONT) PIPE COVER (BACK) CABINET FRONT PLATE COMPLETE HANDLE TUBE ASSY (CAPILLARY TUBE) LEADWIRE-COMPRESSOR SPRING FOR SENSOR 4-WAYS VALVE COMPLETE CONDENSER SIDE PLATE TUBE ASSY(VALVE+STRAINER) INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION
Order No. MAC0706055S2
CS-F24DD2E5 CU-L24DBE5 CS-F28DD2E5 CU-L28DBE5 CS-F34DD2E5 CU-L34DBE5 CS-F43DD2E5 CU-L43DBE5 CS-F50DD2E5 CU-L50DBE8
Subject : Revision On The Technical Data
Please file and use this supplement manual together with the service manual for Model No. CS-F24DD2E5/ CU-L24DBE5, CS-F28DD2E5/CU-L28DBE5, CS-F34DD2E5/CU-L34DBE5, CS-F43DD2E5/CU-L43DBE5, CSF50DD2E5/CU-L50DBE8, Order No. MAC0504057C2.
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1.1. Operating characteristics
[PHAAM] Printed in Malaysia
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