Mitsubishi Electric PMFY-P.VBM-E Specifications

Air-Conditioners For Building Application
INDOOR UNIT
PKFY-P·VAM-E / PKFY-P·VGM-E
PMFY-P·VBM-E / PCFY-P·VGM-E
PLFY-P·VAM-E
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OPERATION MANUAL
FOR USER
For safe and correct use, please read this operation manual thoroughly before operating the air-conditioner unit.
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MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES
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Contents
1. Safety Precautions ...................................................................................................................................................................... 2
2. Operation ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 3
3. Care and cleaning ....................................................................................................................................................................... 5
4. Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................................................................................... 6
5. Specifications .............................................................................................................................................................................. 7
1. Safety Precautions
s Before installing the unit, make sure you read all the “Safety precautions”.
s The “Safety precautions” provide very important points regarding safety. Make sure you follow them.
s This equipment may cause the adverse effect on the same supply system.
s Please report to or take consent by the supply authority before connection to the system.
Symbols used in the text
Warning:
Describes precautions that should be observed to prevent danger of injury or death to the user.
Caution:
Describes precautions that should be observed to prevent damage to the unit.
Symbols used in the illustrations
: Indicates an action that must be avoided.
: Indicates that important instructions must be followed.
: Indicates a part which must be grounded.
: Indicates that caution should be taken with rotating parts.
: Indicates that the main switch must be turned off before servicing.
: Beware of electric shock.
: Beware of hot surface.
ELV
: At servicing, please shut down the power supply for both of Indoor Unit and Outdoor Unit.
Warning:
Carefully read the labels affixed to the main unit.
Warning:
• The unit should not be installed by the user. Ask the dealer or an authorized company to install the unit. If the unit is installed improperly,
water leakage, electric shock or fire may result.
• Do not stand on, or place any items on the unit.
• Do not splash water over the unit and do not touch the unit with wet hands. An electric shock may result.
• Do not spray combustible gas close to the unit. Fire may result.
• Do not place a gas heater or any other open-flame appliance where it will be exposed to the air discharged from the unit. Incomplete
combustion may result.
• Do not remove the front panel or the fan guard from the outdoor unit when it is running.
• When you notice exceptionally abnormal noise or vibration, stop operation, turn off the power switch, and contact your dealer.
• Never insert fingers, sticks etc. into the intakes or outlets.
• If you detect odd smells, stop using the unit, turn off the power switch and consult your dealer. Otherwise, a breakdown, electric shock or
fire may result.
• This air conditioner is NOT intended for use by children or infirm persons without supervision.
• Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the air conditioner.
• If the refrigeration gas blows out or leaks, stop the operation of the air conditioner, thoroughly ventilate the room, and contact your dealer.
• Never repair the unit or transfer it to another site by yourself.
Caution:
• Do not use any sharp object to push the buttons, as this may damage the remote controller.
• Never block or cover the indoor or outdoor unit’s intakes or outlets.
• Never wipe the remote controller with benzene, as this may damage the remote controller.
Disposing of the unit
When you need to dispose of the unit, consult your dealer.
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2. Operation
CENTRALLY CONTROLLED
ON
1Hr.
OFF
˚C
CLOCK
CHECK
˚C
STAND BY
DEFROST
ERROR CODE
NOT AVAILABLE
TEMP.
4
FILTER
CHECK MODE
TEST RUN
FUNCTION
ON/OFF
9
2
3
FILTER
7
CHECK TEST
PAR-20MAA
TIMER SET
1 50
86
1[Time-setting] Button
Used to set the current time, starting time, and ending time.
2[Timer/continuous] Button
Used to switch between continuous operation and timer operation.
3[Selecting operation] Button
Used to switch between cooling, dry, air blowing, and heating.
4[Room temperature adjustment] Button
Setting is made in a unit of 1 °C.
Used to set the room temperature.
5[Louver] Button
Used to adjust the lateral direction of the airflow.
6[Checking/test run] Button
Used only during checking test run.
7[Filter] Button
Pressed to reset the filter sign.
8[Up/down airflow direction] Button
9[ON/OFF] Button
Once the operation has been set, you can use it repeatedly simply by
pressing the [ON/OFF] button.
0[Fan speed adjustment] Button
∗ Some models of the indoor units have no functions. (Operation of the
remote controller becomes void.)
Before starting operation
• Make sure that the power supply is turned ON before use.
• Start running after the “HO” display has disappeared (max. 2 minutes).
• In some systems, more than one indoor unit may be connected to a
single outdoor unit. When a remote controller for one indoor unit is used
to change modes at the same time as a different indoor unit is working
together with the outdoor unit, the operation underway stops, and the
new operation begins. Until the old operation is complete, the display on
the remote controller flashes to indicate that the new operation is in
“waiting” status.
Warning:
Check and confirm the power circuit before use.
2.1. ON/OFF
Start an operation/Stop an operation
1 Press [ON/OFF] button
Operation lamp lights up/off and operation starts/stops.
A Operation lamp
˚C
˚C
TEMP.
ON/OFF
A
1
Caution:
Even if the operation button is pressed immediately after the operation is stopped, operation is not restarted for about 3 minutes.
FILTER
2.2. Mode select
CHECK TEST
1 If the unit is off, press the ON/OFF button to turn it on.
A The ON indicator should light up.
2 Press the operation mode (
) button and select the operation mode.
B
s
Cooling mode
TIMER SET
Fan mode
Heating mode
Drying mode
Automatic (cooling/heating) mode
B
˚C
˚C
TEMP.
ON/OFF
A
Note:
The heating display and the automatic display does not appear in
models that operate exclusively as cooling only air-conditioner.
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FILTER
2
CHECK TEST
TIMER SET
3
2. Operation
2.3. Selecting a temperature
TEMP.
s To decrease the room temperature:
button to set the desired temperature.
1 Press
A The selected temperature is displayed.
• Each time you press the button, the temperature value decreases by
1 °C.
A
˚C
˚C
TEMP.
s To increase the room temperature:
1 Press
button to set the desired temperature.
A The selected temperature is displayed.
• Each time you press the button, the temperature value increases by
1 °C.
ON/OFF
1
FILTER
CHECK TEST
TIMER SET
• Available temperature ranges are as follows:
Cooling & Drying:
19 - 30 °C
Heating:
17 - 28 °C
Automatic:
19 - 28 °C
Circulation:
— (Not available)
• The display flashes either 8 °C - 39 °C to inform you if the room temperature is lower or higher than the displayed temperature.
A
2.4. Selecting a fan speed
1 Press
button to select a desired fan speed.
• Each time you press the button, available options change with the display A on the remote controller, as shown below.
˚C
Fan speed
˚C
TIMER SET
1
D
F
E
▼
▼
2.5. Adjusting vertical airflow direction
The vertical air vane helps select the vertical direction of the airflow.
1 Press
button to select the vertical airflow direction.
• Each time you press the button, the option changes are displayed on
the remote controller, as shown below.
A (Swing) → B → C → D → E → A
1Hr.
˚C
˚C
TEMP.
High
The display and the fan speed of the unit will differ in the following situations:
• When STAND BY and DEFROST are displayed.
• Just after the heating mode (while waiting to change to another mode).
• When the temperature of the room is higher than the temperature setting of the unit operating in the heating mode.
• In the dry operation, the indoor fan automatically turns to low-speed
operation. Switching of fan speed is impossible.
FILTER
C
▼
4-stage
ON/OFF
CHECK TEST
B
Remote controller display
Medium 2
Medium 1
▼
TEMP.
A
Low
ON/OFF
FILTER
CHECK TEST
TIMER SET
• If the room temperature is higher than the temperature set on the remote controller while the unit is defrosting or preparing for heating, the
vertical air vane will move to the horizontal airflow position (B).
• In either cooling or dry mode, if you select C, D or E when the fan
speed is low, middle 2, a display reading “1Hr.” F will appear.
After one hour, the air conditioner will switch automatically to horizontal
air mode B and the display “1Hr.” F will disappear.
• When the heating thermostat is OFF, the louver automatically turns horizontally during defrosting or preparation for heating.
Note:
PKFY-P·VAM has no swing display.
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■ PKFY Series
■ PMFY Series
2.6. Adjusting the horizontal airflow direction
The airflow horizontal direction can be manually adjusted to the right or the
left.
Warning:
• Right/left adjustment should be made before starting operation.
• Never insert your fingers deep inside the air outlet as you could be
hurt by the rotating fan.
• Be sure to stand on a level surface.
A
■ PKFY Series/PMFY Series
s To adjust, move the guide vanes to the desired direction.
A Guide vane
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2. Operation
■ PCFY Series
■ PCFY Series
• Shut down the operation in progress, and then move the vertical air
vane horizontally. The vanes at both ends do not move.
• Adjust the horizontal airflow vanes to the desired angle (within 45° to
the right and left).
B Horizontal airflow vane
B
2.7. Using the timer
1) Set the current time
1 Press
BA
button to display the “CLOCK” B.
Remote
ON OFF
controller display A
CLOCK →
↑
ON
CLOCK
→
OFF
CLOCK
→ No Display
˚C
CLOCK
˚C
TEMP.
ON/OFF
ON OFF
FILTER
CHECK TEST
TIMER SET
2
1
2 Each time you press
button, the time increases in increments
button, the time decreases
of one minute. Each time you press
in increments of one minute.
• Press and hold the button to rapidly change the time.
• The time changes in increments of one minute → ten minutes → in units
of hour; in this order.
• Approximately ten seconds after pressing the button, the display on the
remote controller will turn off.
The example shows a timer set for operation start at 8:00 and end at 17:00.
A BC
2) Set the mode to continuous as follows
button to display D
1 Press
.
D
3) Set the time to start the unit as follows
2 Press button to display B .
3 Press
button to set the time that you want the unit to start.
The start time is displayed at A.
ON
ON
OFF
˚C
CLOCK
TIMER SET
˚C
TEMP.
ON/OFF
4) Set the time to stop the unit as follows
OFF
FILTER
2 Press button to display C .
3 Press
button to set the time that you want the unit to stop.
The stop time is displayed at A.
TIMER SET
CHECK TEST
1
TIMER SET
5) Set the mode to timer as follows
1 Press
3
button to display D
.
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3. Care and cleaning
3.1. Cleaning the filters and the indoor unit
Caution:
• Before you start cleaning, stop operation and turn OFF the power
supply.
• Indoor units are equipped with filters to remove the dust of suckedin air. Clean the filters using the methods shown in the following
sketches.
Cleaning the filters
• Clean the filters using a vacuum cleaner. If you do not have a vacuum
cleaner, tap the filters against a solid object to knock off dirt and dust.
• If the filters are especially dirty, wash them in lukewarm water. Take care
to rinse off any detergent thoroughly and allow the filters to dry completely before putting them back into the unit.
Caution:
• Do not dry the filters in direct sunlight or by using a heat source,
such as an electric heater: this may warp them.
• Do not wash the filters in hot water (above 50 °C), as this may warp
them.
• Make sure that the air filters are always installed. Operating the
unit without air filters can cause malfunction.
Filter removal
Caution:
• In removing the filter, precautions must be taken to protect your
eyes from dust. Also, if you have to climb up on a stool to do the
job, be careful not to fall.
• When the filter is removed, do not touch the metallic parts inside
the indoor unit, otherwise injury may result.
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3. Care and cleaning
■ PKFY-P·VAM Series
■ PKFY-P·VGM Series
■ PKFY-P·VAM Series
■ PKFY-P·VGM Series
1 Pull both the bottom corners of the intake grille to open the grille,
then lift the filter.
■ PMFY-P·VBM Series
■ PMFY-P·VBM Series
1 Pressing the PUSH button on the outer side of the intake grille causes
the intake grille to open.
2 A filter with an intake grille on it can be removed by pulling the filter
forward.
■ PLFY-P·VAM Series
■ PLFY-P·VAM Series
1 Pull the knob on the intake grille in the direction indicated by the
arrow and it should open.
2 Open the intake grille.
3 Release the knob on the center edge of the intake grille and pull the
filter forward to remove the filter.
A Knob
B Grille
C Intake grille
D Filter
B
A
C
D
■ PCFY-P·VGM Series
A
B
■ PCFY-P·VGM Series
1 Open the intake grille.
2 Hold the knob on the filter then pull the filter up in the direction of an
arrow. To replace the filter after cleaning, be sure to insert the filter
far enough until it fits into the stopper.
A Filter
B Intake Grille
C Knob
D Stopper
D
C
4. Troubleshooting
Before you ask for repair service, check the following points:
State of Machine
Troubleshooting
It does not run.
Press the [ON/OFF] button after power restoration.
Air flows out but it does not cool enough or Check the set temperature.
heat enough.
Clean up the filter.
Cool air or warm air does not come out.
Wait for a while.
The restart-preventing circuit is in operation for 3 minutes.
Wait for a while.
Indoor unit operation was started anew during the heating and defrosting operation.
The sound of the exhaust and rotation of the Wait for 3 minutes.
motor can still be heard after stop of running. The machine stops after running a drain-up mechanism for 3 minutes when air-cooling operation is stopped.
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4. Troubleshooting
The following symptoms are not air conditioner failures:
• The air blown out from the air conditioner can sometimes give off odors. This is due to cigarette smoke contained in the air of the room, the smell of
cosmetics, the walls, furniture, etc., absorbed in the air conditioner.
• A hissing noise can be heard immediately after the air conditioner is started or stopped. This is the sound of the refrigerant flowing inside the air
conditioner. The problem is insignificant.
• The air conditioner sometimes snaps or clicks at the beginning or end of cooling/heating operation. This is the sound of friction on the front panel and
other sections due to inflation and contraction caused by temperature change. The problem is insignificant.
Range of application
The range of working temperatures for both the indoor and outdoor units of the series Y, R2, Multi-S is as below.
Caution:
The use of your air conditioner outside the range of working temperature and humidity can result in serious failure.
Mode
Indoor unit
Cooling
Heating
15 °C - 24 °C WB
15 °C - 27 °C DB
PUHY
–5 °C - 43 °C DB
–15 °C - 15.5 °C WB
Outdoor unit
PURY
–5 °C - 43 °C DB
–12 °C - 15 °C WB
PUMY
–5 °C - 46 °C DB
–12 °C - 15.5 °C WB
Note:As an applicable humidity standard for both indoors and outdoors, we recommend use within a range of 30 - 80% relative humidity.
Warning:
If the air conditioner operates but does not cool or heat (depending on model) the room, consult your dealer since there may be a refrigerant
leak. Be sure to ask the service representative whether there is refrigerant leakage or not when repairs are carried out.
The refrigerant charged in the air conditioner is safe. Refrigerant normally does not leak, however, if refrigerant gas leaks indoors, and comes
into contact with the fire of a fan heater, space heater, stove, etc., harmful substances will be generated.
5. Specifications
■ PLFY-P·VAM-E Series
Model
P32
P40
P50
P63
P80
Power source (Voltage<V>/Frequency)
<Hz>
~N/220-230-240/50, 220/60
Capacity (Cooling/Heating)
<kW>
3.6/4.0
4.5/5.0
5.6/6.3
7.1/8.0
9.0/10.0
Dimension (Height)
<mm>
258 (30)
Dimension (Width)
<mm>
840 (950)
Dimension (Depth)
<mm>
840 (950)
Net weight
<kg>
22 (5)
24 (5)
Fan Airflow rate (Low-Middle2-Middle1-High) <m3/min> 11-12-13-14
12-13-14-16
14-15-16-18 16-18-20-22
Noise level (Low-Middle2-Middle1-High)
<dB> 27-28-29-31
27-28-30-32
28-29-31-33 30-32-35-37
*1 Cooling/Heating capacity indicates the maximum value at operation under the following condition.
Cooling: Indoor 27 °C DB/19 °C WB, Outdoor 35 °C DB
Heating: Indoor 20 °C DB, Outdoor 7 °C DB/6 °C WB
*2 This figure ( ) indicates panel’s.
P100
P125
11.2/12.5
14.0/16.0
298 (30)
32(5)
19-22-25-27 21-24-27-29
33-36-39-41 35-38-41-43
■ PCFY-P·VGM-E Series
Model
P40
P63
P100
P125
Power source (Voltage<V>/Frequency)
<Hz>
~N/220-230-240/50, 220/60
Capacity (Cooling/Heating)
<kW>
4.5/5.0
7.1/8.0
11.2/12.5
14.0/16.0
Dimension (Height)
<mm>
210
270
Dimension (Width)
<mm>
1000
1310
1620
Dimension (Depth)
<mm>
680
Net weight
<kg>
27
34
37
43
Fan Airflow rate (Low-Middle2-Middle1-High) <m3/min> 8-10-11-12 12-14-16-18 18-20-23-25 26-28-32-35
Noise level (Low-Middle2-Middle1-High)
<dB> 29-33-36-38 32-34-37-39 36-38-41-43 37-39-42-44
*1 Cooling/Heating capacity indicates the maximum value at operation under the following condition.
Cooling: Indoor 27 °C DB/19 °C WB, Outdoor 35 °C DB
Heating: Indoor 20 °C DB, Outdoor 7 °C DB/6 °C WB
■ PKFY-P·VAM-E Series
■ PKFY-P·VGM-E Series
Model
P20
P25
P32
P40
Power source (Voltage<V>/Frequency)
<Hz>
~N/220-230-240/50, 220/60
Capacity (Cooling/Heating)
<kW>
2.2/2.5
2.8/3.2
3.6/4.0
4.5/5.0
Dimension (Height)
<mm>
295
340
Dimension (Width)
<mm>
815
990
Dimension (Depth)
<mm>
158
235
Net weight
<kg>
8.5
16
Fan Airflow rate (Low-Middle2-Middle1-High)<m3/min>
4.9-5.2-5.6-5.9
8-9.5-10.5-11.5
Noise level (Low-Middle2-Middle1-High)
<dB>
32-33-35-36
33-36-38-41
*1 Cooling/Heating capacity indicates the maximum value at operation under the following condition.
Cooling: Indoor 27 °C DB/19 °C WB, Outdoor 35 °C DB
Heating: Indoor 20 °C DB, Outdoor 7 °C DB/6 °C WB
P50
5.6/6.3
9-10-11-12
34-37-40-43
■ PMFY-P·VBM-E Series
Model
P20
P25
P32
P40
Power source (Voltage<V>/Frequency)
<Hz>
~N/220-230-240/50, 220/60
Capacity (Cooling/Heating)
<kW>
2.2/2.5
2.8/3.2
3.6/4.0
4.5/5.0
Dimension (Height)
<mm>
230 (30)
Dimension (Width)
<mm>
854 (1000)
Dimension (Depth)
<mm>
395 (470)
Net weight
<kg>
14 (3.0)
Fan Airflow rate (Low-Middle2-Middle1-High) <m3/min> 6.5-7.2-8.0-8.6
7.3-8.0-8.6-9.3
7.7-8.7-9.7-10.7
Noise level (Low-Middle2-Middle1-High)
<dB> 27-30-33-36
32-34-36-37
33-35-37-39
*1 Cooling/Heating capacity indicates the maximum value at operation under the following condition.
Cooling: Indoor 27 °C DB/19 °C WB, Outdoor 35 °C DB
Heating: Indoor 20 °C DB, Outdoor 7 °C DB/6 °C WB
*2 This figure ( ) indicates panel’s.
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This product is designed and intended for use in the residential,
commercial and light-industrial environment.
The product at hand is
based on the following
EU regulations:
•
•
Low Voltage Directive 73/23/ EEC
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 89/
336/ EEC
Please be sure to put the contact address/telephone number on
this manual before handing it to the customer.
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