Carrier MMK-AP0073H2UL Installation manual

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AIR CONDITIONER (MULTI TYPE)
Installation Manual
Indoor Unit
Model name:
High Wall Type
MMK-AP0073H2UL
MMK-AP0093H2UL
MMK-AP0123H2UL
MMK-AP0153H2UL
MMK-AP0183H2UL
MMK-AP0243H2UL
Installation Manual
Manuel d’installation
1 English
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Please read this Installation Manual carefully before installing the Air Conditioner.
• This Manual describes the installation method of the indoor unit.
• For installation of the outdoor unit, refer to the Installation Manual attached to the outdoor unit.
ADOPTION OF NEW REFRIGERANT
This Air Conditioner uses R410A an environmentally friendly refrigerant.
Contents
1
Accessory Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
2
Precautions for Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
3
Selection of Installation Place. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
4
Installation of Indoor Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
5
Drain Piping Work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
6
Indoor Unit Fixing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
7
Drainage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
8
Refrigerant Piping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
9
Electrical Connection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
10 Applicable Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
11 Test Run . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
12 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
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Accessory Parts
„ Accessory parts
Part name
Q’ty
Installation plate
1
Wireless remote control
1
Battery
2
Remote control holder
1
Mounting screw Ø0.16” (4 mm) × 1.0” (25 mm)
6
Pan head wood screw Ø1/8” (3.1 mm) × 0.6” (16 mm)
2
Screw Ø0.16” (4 mm) × 0.4” (10 mm)
2
Heat insulator
1
Shape
<Others>
Name
Owner’s manual
Installation manual
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Precautions for Safety
Installing, starting up, and servicing air-conditioning equipment can be hazardous due to system pressures,
electrical components, and equipment location (roofs, elevated structures, etc.).
Only trained, qualified installers and service mechanics should install, start-up, and service this equipment.
Untrained personnel can perform basic maintenance functions such as cleaning heat exchanger. All other
operations should be performed by trained service personnel.
Before working on the equipment, observe precautions in the literature and on tags, stickers, and labels
attached to the equipment.
Follow all safety codes.Wear safety glasses and work gloves. Keep quenching cloth and fire extinguisher
nearby during brazing. Use care in handling, rigging, and setting bulky equipment.
Read these instructions thoroughly and follow all warnings or cautions included in literature and attached
to the unit. Consult local building codes and National Electrical Code (NEC) for special requirements.
Recognize safety information. This is the safety-alert symbol
. When you see this symbol on the unit
and in instructions or manuals, be alert to the potential for personal injury.Understand these signal words:
DANGER, WARNING, and CAUTION. These words are used with the safety-alert symbol.
DANGER identifies the most serious hazards which will result in severe personal injury or death. WARNING
signifies hazards which could result in personal injury or death. CAUTION is used to identify unsafe
practices which may result in minor personal injury or product and property damage. NOTE is used to
highlight suggestions which will result in enhanced installation, reliability, or operation.
The manufacturer shall not assume any liability for the damage caused by not observing the description of
this manual.
WARNING
• Only a qualified installer or service person is allowed to do installation work.
Inappropriate installation may result in water leakage, electric shock or fire.
• Do not use any refrigerant different from the one specified for complement or replacement.
Otherwise, abnormally high pressure may be generated in the refrigeration cycle, which may
result in a failure or explosion of the product or an injury to your body.
• Connect ground wire. (grounding work)
Incomplete grounding may cause an electric shock.
Do not connect ground wires to gas pipes, water pipes, lightning rods or ground wires for telephone
wires.
• Turn off all the circuit breaker before attempting any electrical work.
Failure to do so may cause electric shock.
• Install the refrigerant pipe securely during the installation work before operating the air
conditioner.
If the air conditioner is operated with the valve open and without the refrigerant pipe, the compressor
sucks air and the refrigeration cycle is overpressurized, which may cause a burst or injury.
• When moving the air conditioner for the installation into another place, do not enter any
gaseous matter other than the specified refrigerant into the refrigeration cycle.
If air or any other gas is mixed in the refrigerant, the gas pressure in the refrigeration cycle becomes
abnormally high and it resultingly causes pipe burst and injuries on persons.
• Perform installation work properly according to the Installation Manual.
Inappropriate installation may result in water leakage, electric shock or fire.
• When the air conditioner is installed in a small room, provide appropriate measures to ensure
that the concentration of refrigerant leakage occur in the room does not exceed the critical level.
• Install the air conditioner securely in a location where the base can sustain the weight
adequately.
• Perform the specified installation work to guard against an earthquake.
If the air conditioner is not installed appropriately, accidents may occur due to the falling unit.
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• If refrigerant gas has leaked during the installation work, ventilate the room immediately.
If the leaked refrigerant gas comes in contact with fire, noxious gas may generate.
• After the installation work, confirm that refrigerant gas does not leak.
If refrigerant gas leaks into the room and flows near a fire source, such as a cooking range, noxious gas
might generate.
• Electrical work must be performed by a qualified electrician in accordance with the Installation
Manual. Use an exclusive power supply for the air conditioner at the rated voltage.
An insufficient power supply capacity or inappropriate installation may cause fire.
• Use the specified wires for wiring connect the terminals. Securely fix them to prevent external
forces applied to the terminals from affecting the terminals.
• Conform to the regulations of the local electric company when wiring the power supply.
• For the refrigerant recovery work (collection of refrigerant from the pipe to the compressor),
stop the compressor before disconnecting the refrigerant pipe.
If the refrigerant pipe is disconnected while the compressor is working with the valve open, the
compressor sucks air and the refrigeration cycle is overpressurized, which may cause a burst or injury.
CAUTION
• THIS AIR CONDITIONER ADOPTS THE NEW HFC REFRIGERANT (R410A) WHICH DOES NOT
DESTROY OZONE LAYER.
• The characteristics of R410A refrigerant are; easy to absorb water, oxidizing membrane or oil, and its
pressure is approx. 1.6 times higher than that of refrigerant R22. Accompanied with the new refrigerant,
refrigerating oil has also been changed. Therefore, during installation work, be sure that water, dust,
former refrigerant, or refrigerating oil does not enter the refrigerating cycle.
• To prevent charging an incorrect refrigerant and refrigerating oil, the sizes of connecting sections of
charging port of the main unit and installation tools are changed from those for the conventional
refrigerant.
• Accordingly the exclusive tools are required for the new refrigerant (R410A).
• For connecting pipes, use new and clean piping designed for R410A, and please care so that water or
dust does not enter.
• Tighten the flare nut with a torque wrench in the specified manner.
Excessive tightening of the flare nut may cause a crack in the flare nut after a long period, which may
result in refrigerant leakage.
• Wear heavy gloves during the installation work to avoid injury.
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Selection of Installation Place
WARNING
• Install the air conditioner securely in a location where the base can sustain the weight
adequately.
If the strength is not enough, the unit may fall down resulting in injury.
CAUTION
• Do not install in a location where flammable gas leaks are possible.
If the gas leak and accumulate around the unit, it may ignite and cause a fire.
Upon approval of the customer, install the air conditioner in a place that satisfies the
following conditions.
• Place where the unit can be installed horizontally.
• Place where a sufficient servicing space can be ensured for safety maintenance and check.
• Place where drained water will not cause any problem.
Avoid installing in the following places.
• Place exposed to air with high salt content (seaside area), or place exposed to large quantities of sulfide
gas (hot spring).
(Should the unit be used in these places, special protective measures are needed.)
• A restaurant kitchen where a lot of oil is used or place near machines in a factory (Oil adhering to the
heat exchanger and resin part (turbo fan) in the indoor unit may reduce the performance, generate mist
or dew drop, or deform or damage resin parts.)
• Place close to a machine generating high frequency.
• Place where the discharged air blows directly into the window of the neighbor house. (Outdoor unit)
• Place where noise of the outdoor unit is easily transmitted.
(When the outdoor unit is installed on the boundary with the neighbor, pay due attention to the level of
noise.)
• Place with poor ventilation. (Before air duct work, check whether value of fan speed, static pressure and
duct resistance are correct.)
• Do not use the air conditioner for special purposes such as preserving food, precision instruments, or art
objects, or where breeding animals or growing plants are kept. (This may degrade the quality of
preserved materials.)
• Place where any of high-frequency appliances (including inverter devices, private power generators,
medical equipment, and communication equipment) and inverter-type fluorescent light is installed.
(A malfunction of the air conditioner, abnormal control, or problems due to noise to such appliances/
equipment may occur.)
• When the wireless remote control is used in a room equipped with an inverter-type fluorescent light or at
a place exposed to direct sunlight, signals from the remote control may not be received correctly.
• Place where organic solvent is used.
• Place near a door or window exposed to humid outside air (Dew drop may form.).
• Place where special spray is used frequently.
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Before installing the
wireless remote
control
1.Remove the battery
cover.
2.Insert 2 new
batteries (R03 [AAA]
type) following the
(+) and (–) positions.
2.0” (50 mm) or more
„ Installation diagram of Indoor and outdoor units
*1
33.5
” (85
0 mm
) or m
ore
Hook
6.7” (
Hook
Wireless
remote control
For the rear left and left piping
Installation plate
170 m
m) or
m
ore
Cover
C
L
ch
Batteries
Batteries
Air
filte
r
to
t
he
fro
n
Cut the piping hole
sloped slightly.
Connecting
pipe
tp
an
Pan head wood
screw
Wireless remote
control
Insert the cushion between the
indoor unit and wall, and tilt the
indoor unit for better operation.
Do not allow the drain hose to get
slack.
A
(A
tta
Wall
Heat
insulator
el.
)
Remote control
holder
* CAUTION
Connecting pipe cannot be connected to the right side
of the indoor unit when conduit pipe is used.
When connecting pipe is connected on the left or
bottom of the indoor unit, connect the conduit pipe on
other side.
Make sure to run the drain hose
sloped downward.
The auxiliary piping can be
connected to the left, rear left, rear
right, right, bottom right or bottom
left.
Right
Rear right
Bottom right
Rear left
Left
Bottom left
„ Installation space
The indoor unit shall be installed so that its top surface comes at a height of 6’7” (2 m) or more.
Also it must be avoided to put anything on top of the indoor unit.
*1 Provide a space as shown for service clearance for the cross flow fan.
„ Installation place
•
•
•
•
A place which provides the spaces around the indoor unit as shown in the above diagram.
A place where there is no obstacle near the air inlet and outlet.
A place that allows easy installation of the piping to the outdoor unit.
A place which allows the front panel to be opened.
CAUTION
• Direct sunlight to the indoor unit’ s wireless receiver should be avoided.
• The microprocessor in the indoor unit should not be too close to RF (Radio Frequency) noise sources.
(For details, see the owner’ s manual.)
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„ Wireless remote control
)
m
’5
”
(5
)
16
’5
”
(7 m
(Top view)
Indoor unit
16
23’
4 5°
(5
m
)
°
45
75
°
Indoor unit
(Side view)
Reception range
Reception Remote control
range
* 23’ (7 m)
• A place where there are no obstacles such as a curtain that may block the signal from the indoor unit.
• Do not install the remote control in a place exposed to direct sunlight or close to a heating source, such
as a stove.
• Keep the remote control at least 3’3” (1 m) apart from the nearest TV set or stereo equipment.
(This is necessary to prevent image disturb-bounces or noise interference.)
• The location of the remote control should be determined as shown below.
Remote control
*: Axial distance
4
Installation of Indoor Unit
WARNING
Install the air conditioner certainly to sufficiently withstand the weight.
If the strength is insufficient, the unit may fall down resulting in human injury.
Perform a specified installation work to guard against strong wind or earthquake.
An incomplete installation can cause accidents by the units falling and dropping.
REQUIREMENT
Strictly comply with the following rules to prevent damage of the indoor units and human injury.
• Do not put a heavy article on the indoor unit. (Even units are packaged)
• Carry in the indoor unit as it is packaged if possible. If carrying in the indoor unit unpacked by necessity,
use buffering cloth to not damage the unit.
• To move the indoor unit, do not apply force to the refrigerant pipe, drain pan, foamed parts, or resin
parts.
• Carry the package by two or more persons, and do not bundle it with plastic band at positions other than
specified.
Following item shall be considered to install the unit.
• Considering air discharge direction, select an installation place where discharge air can circulate evenly
in a room. Avoid to install the unit at place with “NO GOOD” mark in the right figure.
OK
NO GOOD
Bad installation place
: Not cooled well.
Good installation place
Cooled well all over.
Screen
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„ Cutting a hole and mounting
installation plate
When the installation plate is directly
mounted on the wall
Cutting a hole
In case of installing the refrigerant pipes from the
rear:
1. Decide the hole position for piping at 7.1”
(180 mm) from the arrow mark (Ö) on the
installation plate and drill a hole at a slight
downward slant toward outdoor side.
Pipe hole; dia.2.6” (65 mm): MMK-AP007 to
018 type
Pipe hole; dia.3.1” (80 mm): MMK-AP024
type
1. Securely fit the installation plate onto the
wall by screwing it in the upper and lower
parts to hook up the indoor unit.
2. To mount the installation plate on a
concrete wall with anchor bolts, utilize the
anchor bolt holes as illustrated in the above
figure.
3. Install the installation plate horizontally in
the wall.
CAUTION
When the installation plate is installed with a
mounting screw, do not use the anchor bolt hole.
Otherwise the unit may fall down and result in
personal injury and property damage.
80
65
1111012101
0.9” (23 mm)
NO OK NO
GOOD
GOOD
Pipe hole
80
651111012101
0.2” (5 mm) dia. hole
dia. 2.6” (65 mm):
AP007 to 018 type
dia. 3.1” (80 mm):
AP240 type
The centre of the pipe hole is above the arrow
Clip anchor
(local parts)
NOTE
CAUTION
• To drill a wall that contains a metal lath, wire lath
or metal plate, use a pipe hole brim ring sold
separately.
Mounting the installation plate
6.7" (170 mm)
6.7" (170 mm)
5.2" (132 mm)
0.9" (23 mm)
6" )
2. m
a. m
di 65
(
3.3"(85 mm)
Hook
Hook
Thread
Indoor unit
Mounting
Screw
6’7” (2 m) or more from floor
Anchor bolt holes
1.6" (40 mm)
2.0" (50 mm)
Fix the installation plate to the wall with screws to
make the indoor unit fit to the wall.
Pipe hole
Projection
0.6” (15 mm) or less
Mounting screw
0.16” (4 mm) × 1.0” (25 mm)
7.1” (180 mm)
Hook
Anchor bolt
Failure to firmly install the unit may result in
personal injury and property damage if the unit
falls.
• In case of block, brick, concrete or similar type
walls, make 0.2” (5 mm) dia. holes in the wall.
• Insert clip anchors for appropriate mounting
screws.
NOTE
• Secure four corners and lower parts of the
installation plate with 6 mounting screws to
install it.
Pipe hole
(dia. 2.6” (65 mm))
dia. 3.1” (80 mm))
Weight
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Drain Piping Work
„ Piping and drain hose forming
* Apply heat-insulation for both refrigerant pipe and drain hose surely so that no dew generates inside of
the equipment. (Use polyethylene foam for insulating material.)
Rear right
Rear left
Bottom left
Removing
front panel
Left
Bottom right
Changing
drain hose
Piping
preparation
Die-cutting
front panel
slit
Right
1. Remove the front panel
The front panel must be removed for piping
connections in the left, bottom left, and rear
left directions.
• Open the air inlet grille upward.
• Remove the four screws securing the
front panel.
• Slightly open the lower part of the front
panel, and then pull the upper part of the
front panel toward you to remove it from
the rear plate.
Air inlet grille
Front panel
2
1
3
2. Die-cutting front panel slit
Cut out the slit on the leftward or right side of the front panel for the left or right connection and the slit on
the bottom left or right side of the front panel for the bottom left or right connection with a pair of nippers.
3. Changing drain hose
For leftward connection, bottom-leftward connection and rear leftward connection's piping, it is necessary
to change the drain hose and drain cap.
Without changing the drain hose position, the indoor unit will not fit to the wall.
Remove the drain hose
• The drain hose can be removed by removing the screw securing the drain hose
and then pulling out the drain hose.
• To remove the drain hose, be careful of any sharp edges of steel plate. The
edges can injuries.
• To install the drain hose, insert the drain hose firmly until the connection part
contacts with heat insulator, and the secure it with original screw.
Heat insulator
Drain hose
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Remove the drains cap
Clip the drain cap by needle-nose pliers and pull out.
Fix the drains cap
1) Insert a 4 mm hexagonal wrench in a centre head.
4 mm
2) Firmly insert drains cap.
No gap
Do not apply lubricating oil (refrigerant
machine oil) when inserting the drain cap.
Application causes deterioration and drain
leakage from the plug.
Insert a 4 mm hexagon
wrench
CAUTION
Firmly insert the drain hose and drain cap; otherwise, water may leak.
Remove the drain hose
Fix the drain hose
1) Remove the front panel.
2) Remove the screws of drain hose.
3) Pull out the drain hose.
1) Put the drain hose.
2) Screw the drain hose to the indoor unit.
3) Install the front panel.
▼ Right or left piping
• After scribing slits of the front panel with a knife or a marking-off pin, cut them with a pair of nippers or an
equivalent tool.
Slit
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▼ Bottom right or bottom left piping
• After scribing slits of the front panel with a knife or a marking-off pin, cut them with a pair of nippers or an
equivalent tool.
Slit
▼ Left-hand connection with piping
Bend the connecting pipe so that it is laid within 1.7” (43 mm) above the wall surface. If the connecting pipe
is laid exceeding 1.7” (43 mm) above the wall surface, the indoor unit may unstably be set on the wall. To
bend the connecting pipe, use a spring bender so as not to crush the pipe.
Bend the connection pipe within a radius of 1.2” (30 mm).
To connect the pipe after installation of the unit (figure)
Gas side
(To the fore front of flare)
22.4” (570 mm)
Liquid side
16.5” (420 mm)
1.7” (43 mm)
Outward form of indoor unit
R 1.2” (30 mm) (Use polish polyethylene core
or the like for bending pipe.)
80
°
Use the handle of screwdriver, etc.
NOTE
If the pipe is bent incorrectly, the indoor unit may be unsteadily set on the wall.
After passing the connecting pipe through the pipe hole, connect the connecting pipe to the auxiliary pipes
and wrap the facing tape around them.
CAUTION
• Arrange pipes so that any pipe does not stick out of
the rear plate of the indoor unit.
• Connect the auxiliary pipes and connecting pipes to
one another and cut off the insulating tape wound on
the connecting pipe to avoid double-taping at the
joint, moreover, seal the joint with the vinyl tape, etc.
• Since dew results in a machine trouble, make sure to
insulate both the connecting pipes.
(Use polyethylene foam as insulating material.)
• To bend a pipe, carefully do it, not to crush it.
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Indoor Unit Fixing
1. Pass the pipe through the hole in the wall,
and hook the indoor unit on the installation
plate at the upper hooks.
2. Swing the indoor unit to right and left to
confirm that it is firmly hooked up on the
installation plate.
3. While pressing the indoor unit onto the wall,
hook it at the lower part on the installation
plate. Pull the indoor unit toward you to
confirm that it is firmly hooked up on the
installation plate.
Drainage
1. Run the drain hose sloped downwards.
NOTE
• Hole should be made at a slight downward slant
on the outdoor side.
2. Put water in the drain pan and make sure
that the water is drained out of doors.
3. When extension drain hose is connected,
insulate the connecting part of extension
drain hose with shield pipe.
Hook here
Do not rise the drain hose.
1
Installation plate
Do not form the drain hose
into a wavy shape.
2.0”
(50 mm)
or more
2
Hook
Do not put the
drain hose end
in the drainage
ditch.
Do not put the
drain hose end
into water.
Press (unhook)
• For detaching the indoor unit from the installation
plate, pull the indoor unit toward you while
pushing its bottom up at the specified parts.
Shield pipe
Drain hose
Inside the
room
Extension drain hose
CAUTION
Push
Push
Arrange the drain pipe for proper drainage from
the unit.
Improper drainage can result in dew-dropping.
REQUIREMENT
The lower part of indoor unit may float, due to the
condition of piping and cannot be fixed it to the
installation plate. In that case, use the screws
provided to fix the unit and the installation plate.
Especially when the pipes are pulled out from
the left side, the unit must be screwed to the
installation plate.
This air conditioner has the structure designed to
drain water collected from dew, which forms on the
back of the indoor unit, to the drain pan.
Therefore, do not store the power cord and other
parts at a height above the drain guide.
Wall
Drain guide
Space for pipes
screw
screw
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Refrigerant Piping
„ Refrigerant Piping
„ Permissible Piping Length and
Height Difference
1. Use copper pipe with 0.03” (0.8 mm) or
more thickness. (In case pipe size is dia.
5/8” (15.9 mm), with 0.04” (1.0 mm) or
more.)
2. Flare nut and flare works are also different
from those of the conventional refrigerant.
Take out the flare nut attached to the main
unit of the air conditioner, and use it.
They vary according to the outdoor unit.
For details, refer to the Installation Manual attached
to the outdoor unit.
Flaring
• Cut the pipe with a pipe cutter.
Remove burrs completely.
Remaining burrs may cause gas leakage.
• Insert a flare nut into the pipe, and flare the pipe.
As the flaring sizes of R410A differ from those of
refrigerant R22, the flare tools newly
manufactured for R410A are recommended.
However, the
B
conventional tools can
be used by adjusting
projection margin of the
copper pipe.
REQUIREMENT
When the refrigerant pipe is long, provide support
brackets at intervals of 8’2” - 9’10” (2.5 - 3 m) to
clamp the refrigerant pipe. Otherwise, abnormal
sound may be generated.
CAUTION
IMPORTANT 4 POINTS FOR PIPING WORK
1. Remove dust and moisture from the inside of
the connecting pipes.
2. Tight connection (between pipes and unit)
3. Evacuate the air in the connecting pipes using
VACUUM PUMP.
4. Check the gas leakage. (Connected points)
▼ Projection margin in flaring: B (Unit: in (mm))
Rigid (Clutch type)
Outer dia. of
copper pipe
1/4” (6.4), 3/8” (9.5)
1/2” (12.7), 5/8” (15.9)
„ Pipe size
MMK-
R410A tool
used
Conventional
tool used
R410A
R410A
0 - 0.02” (0 - 0.5)
0.04” - 0.06”
(1.0 - 1.5)
▼ Flaring dia. meter size: A (Unit: in (mm))
AP007 to
AP015 to
AP012 type AP018 type
A +0
-0.02" (-0.4)
dia.: in (mm)
Outer dia. of copper pipe
AP024 type
1/4” (6.4)
0.36” (9.1)
0.52” (13.2)
R410A
Gas side
3/8” (9.5)
1/2” (12.7)
5/8” (15.9)
3/8” (9.5)
Liquid side
1/4” (6.4)
1/4” (6.4)
3/8” (9.5)
1/2” (12.7)
0.65” (16.6)
5/8” (15.9)
0.78” (19.7)
* In case of flaring for R410A with the
conventional flare tool, pull it out
approx.
0.02” (0.5 mm) more than that for
R22 to adjust to the specified flare
size.
The copper pipe gauge is useful for
adjusting projection margin size.
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„ Leak check test, evacuation and
other procedure
Tightening connection
CAUTION
• Do not apply excessive torque. Otherwise, the
nut may crack depending on the conditions.
For leak check test, evacuation, addition of
refrigerant, and gas leak check, refer to the
Installation Manual attached to the outdoor unit.
REQUIREMENT
Unit: ft•lbs (N•m)
Outer dia. of copper pipe
Tightening torque
1/4” (6.4 mm)
10 - 13 (14 - 18)
3/8” (9.5 mm)
24 - 31 (33 - 42)
1/2” (12.7 mm)
37 - 46 (50 - 62)
5/8” (15.9 mm)
50 - 60 (68 - 82)
Do not supply power to the indoor unit until the leak
check test and evacuation are completed. (If the
indoor unit is powered on, the pulse motor valve is
fully closed, which extends the time for vacuuming.)
Open the valve fully
Open the valve of the outdoor unit fully.
For details, refer to the Installation Manual attached
to the outdoor unit.
▼ Tightening torque of flare pipe connections
Pressure of R410A is higher than that of R22.
(Approx. 1.6 times) Therefore, using a torque
wrench, tighten the flare pipe connecting sections
which connect the indoor and outdoor units of the
specified tightening torque.
Incorrect connections may cause not only a gas
leak, but also a trouble of the refrigeration cycle.
Align the centres of the connecting pipes and
tighten the flare nut as far as possible with your
fingers. Then tighten the nut with a spanner and
torque wrench as shown in the figure.
Heat insulation
Heat insulation for the pipes should be done
separately for the liquid side and gas side. Because
both of the liquid and gas side pipes become a low
temperature during cooling operation, sufficient
heat insulation should be done to prevent
condensation.
• Heat insulator with a heat resistance of 248 °F
(120 °C) or more must be used for the gas side
pipe.
• The pipe connection section of the indoor unit
must be heat insulated securely and compactly
with the attached heat insulator.
Fix with vinyl tape
Work using double spanner
REQUIREMENT
Tightening with an excessive torque may crack the
nut depending on installation conditions.
Tighten the nut within the specified tightening
torque.
Heat insulator
(attached)
Local side pipe
Piping with outdoor unit
• Shape of valve differs according to the outdoor
unit.
For details of installation, refer to the Installation
Manual of the outdoor unit.
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„ Wireless remote control A-B
selection
NOTE
To use 2 wireless remote controls for the respective
air conditioners, when the 2 air conditioners are
closely installed.
Wireless remote control B setup
• Repeat above step to reset wireless remote
control to be A.
• The wireless remote controls do not display “A”.
• The factory default of the wireless remote
controls is “A”.
1. Push
button on the indoor unit to turn the air
conditioner ON.
2. Point the wireless remote control at the indoor unit.
3. Push and hold CHK button on the wireless remote
control by the tip of the pencil.
“00” will be shown on the display.
MODE
4. Push
during pushing CHK . “B” will be shown on
the display and “00” will be disappear and the air
conditioner will turn OFF. The wireless remote control
B is memorized.
“B” Display
“00” Display
PRESET
FAN
TEMP
MODE
ONE-TOUCH
COMFORT
SLEEP
PURE
QUIET
SWING
FIX
Hi-POWER ECO
TIMER
CLR
ON
OFF
SLEEP
SET
CHK
15-EN
FILTER
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9
Electrical Connection
REQUIREMENT
WARNING
1. Use predefined wire and connect them
certainly. Keep the connecting terminal
free from external force.
Improper wire connection or clamping may
result in exothermic, fire or malfunction.
2. Connect ground wire. (grounding work)
Incomplete grounding cause an electric
shock.
Do not connect ground wires to gas pipes,
water pipes, lightning rods or ground wires
for telephone wires.
3. Install appliance in accordance with
national wiring regulations.
Capacity shortage of circuit breaker or
incomplete installation may cause an
electric shock or a fire.
• For power supply wiring, strictly conform to the
Local Regulation in each country.
• Run the refrigerant piping line and control wiring
line in the same line.
„ Power supply wire and control
wires specifications
Power supply wire and control wires are procured
locally.
For the power supply specifications, follow to the
table below. If capacity is little, it is dangerous
because overheat or seizure may be caused.
Indoor unit power supply
• For the power supply of the indoor unit, prepare
the exclusive power supply separated from that
of the outdoor unit.
▼ Power supply
CAUTION
• Consult local building codes, NEC (National
Electrical Code) or CEC (Canadian Electrical
Code) for special requirements.
• If incorrect/incomplete wiring is carried out, it
will cause an electrical fire or smoke.
• Install circuit breaker is not tripped by shock
waves.
If circuit breaker is not installed, an electric
shock may be caused.
• Use the cord clamps attached to the product.
• Do not damage or scratch the conductive core
and inner insulator of power and control wires
when peeling them.
• Use the power cord and control wire of
specified thickness, type, and protective
devices required.
• Do not connect 208/230 V power to the terminal
blocks (U1, U2, A, B etc.) for control wiring.
(Otherwise, the system will fail.)
• Perform the electric wiring so that it does not
come to contact with the high-temperature part
of the pipe.
The coating may melt resulting in an accident.
• Do not turn on the circuit breaker of the indoor
unit until vacuuming of the refrigerant pipes
completes.
Power supply
208/230-1-60
Control wiring, Central control wiring
• 2-core with non-polarity wires are used for the
control wiring between indoor unit and outdoor
unit and Central control wiring.
• To prevent noise trouble, use 2-core shielded
wire.
• The length of the communication line means the
total length of the control wire length between
indoor and outdoor units added with the central
control wire length.
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Power supply wire
• Recommended wire diameter and wire length for power supply wire.
Wire size: 2 × AWG12
Ground
1 × AWG12 or thicker
Power supply wiring
Up to 164’1” (50m)
Electric characteristics
MCA : Minimum Circuit Amps
MOCP : Maximum Overcurrent Protection (Amps)
MCA
MOCP
(A)
(A)
MMK-AP0073H2UL
0.3
15
MMK-AP0093H2UL
0.3
15
0.3
15
0.5
15
MMK-AP0183H2UL
0.5
15
MMK-AP0243H2UL
0.5
15
Model
MMK-AP0123H2UL
MMK-AP0153H2UL
Power Supply
208/230V-1-60Hz
Voltage Range (V)
Min
Max
187
253
Control wire
Control wiring between indoor units, and outdoor
unit (2-core shielded wire)
(Up to 3280’10” (1000m)) AWG16
(Up to 6561’8” (2000m)) AWG14
Wire size
Remote control wiring
• 2-core with non-polarity wire is used for wiring of the remote control wiring and group remote controls
wiring.
Remote control wiring, remote control inter-unit wiring
Wire size: AWG20
Total wire length of remote control wiring and remote
control inter-unit wiring = L + L1 + L2 + … Ln
In case of wired type only
Up to 1640’5” (500m)
In case of wireless type included
Up to 1312’4” (400m)
Total wire length of remote control inter-unit wiring = L1 + L2 + … Ln
Indoor unit
Remote
control
wiring
Indoor unit
Up to 656’2” (200m)
Indoor unit
Indoor unit
L
L1
Remote
control
L2
Remote control inter-unit wiring
Ln
(Max. 8 units)
NOTE
• Use copper supply wire.
• Use UL wire rated 600V for the power supply.
• Use UL wire rated 300V for the remote control wires and control wires.
CAUTION
The remote control wire (Communication line) and AC208/230V wires cannot be parallel to contact each
other and cannot be stored in the same conduits. If doing so, a trouble may be caused on the control
system due to noise or other factor.
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„ Wiring between indoor and outdoor units
NOTE
An outdoor unit connected with control wiring between indoor and outdoor units wire becomes automatically
the header unit.
▼ Wiring example
Outdoor Power supply
208/230-3-60
Outdoor Power supply
208/230-3-60
Circuit breaker
Circuit breaker
Header outdoor unit
Ground L1 L2 L3 N
terminal
U1U2U3U4U5U6
Follower outdoor unit
Ground L1 L2 L3 N
terminal
U1U2U3U4U5U6
Control wiring between outdoor units
Control wiring between indoor and outdoor units
Control wiring between indoor units
Indoor unit
Indoor unit
Indoor unit
Ground
Ground
Ground
L1L2
Disconnect
switch per NEC
A B
Remote
control
Indoor
power
supply
208/2301-60
U1U2 A B
L1L2
Disconnect
switch per
NEC
U1U2 A B
Disconnect
switch per
Remote NEC
control
A B
L1L2
Indoor unit
Ground
U1U2 A B
L1L2
U1U2 A B
Disconnect
switch per
Remote NEC
control
A B
Circuit
breaker
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„ Wire Connection
Terminal block
for wired remote
control/control
wiring
REQUIREMENT
• Connect the wires matching the terminal
numbers.
Incorrect connection causes a trouble.
• The low-voltage circuit is provided for the wired
remote control and control wire.
(Do not connect the high-voltage circuit)
1. Remove the air inlet grille.
Open the air inlet grille upward and pull it
toward you.
2. Remove the front panel.
3. Remove the terminal cover and the clamp
base.
Terminal block for
wired remote control/
control wiring
Power supply terminal block
L1
Terminal
Cover
Cord clamp
L1
L2
Control
wire
U1
U2
A
B
Ground wire for
shielded wire
Hole for power supply
wire and ground wire
Cord clamp
Hole for control and
remote control wires
<Connecting control wire>
▼ To use optional wired remote control
Insert the wired remote control wire fully
into the wired remote control/control
terminal block, A , B , and secure then
tightly with screws.
• Strip off the wire approx. 0.4” (9 mm) to
connect.
L2
Ground screw
Terminal block for
wired remote
control/control
wiring
Clamp base
Screw
Screw
L1 L2
Screw
U1
U2
A
B
4. Insert the control wire fully into the wired
remote control/control terminal block,
,
, and secure then tightly with screws.
• Cover of control wires (2-core shielded
wire) should be removed up to 5.9”
(150mm)
Cover
Ground
screw for
shielded wire
L1 L2
Wired remote
control wire
5.5” (140)
Shield wire
Cord clamp
Hole for control and
remote control wires
Hole for power supply
wire and ground wire
Remote control wire and control wire
0.4” (9)
Conduit Cover
5.9” (150)
Conduit hole
(dia. 7/8” (22.2 mm))
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12.Attach the conduit cover.
13.Attach the terminal cover, the front panel
and the air inlet grille to the indoor unit.
5. Clamp the wires with the cord clamp.
6. Install the clamp base with a screw.
7. Remove the conduit cover.
CAUTION
Conduit cover
Conduit hole
(dia. 7/8” (22.2 mm))
Keep the wire length as shown in figure below when
it is connected to the terminal block.
0.08” (2 mm) or less
8. Attach a conduit to the conduit cover with a
lock nut.
9. Take the power supply wire and the ground
wire out of the cable slot on the rear panel
so that it protrudes about 11.0” (280 mm)
from the conduit cover.
• Refer to the wiring diagram attached inside the
front panel.
• Check local electrical cords and also any
specific wiring instructions and limitations.
• Do not catch the control and wired remote
control wires when installing the clamp base
• Beware of the metal plate edge when working
on the unit. The edge can be sharp and may cut
your hand.
• Firmly tighten the screws of the terminal block.
Ground wire
Power supply wire
0.8” (20 mm)
11.0”
(280 mm)
L2
L1
Conduit
cover
0.4” (10 mm)
Connecting wire
10.Insert the power supply wire fully into the
terminal block, L1 , L2 , and secure it tightly
with screws.
Tightening torque: 0.9 ft•lbs (1.2 N•m)
Secure the ground wire with the ground
screw.
11.Clamp the power supply wire with the cord
clamp.
Power supply wire
„ Address setup
Set up the addresses as per the Installation Manual
supplied with the outdoor unit.
Power supply terminal block
L1
L2
Ground screw
Ground wire
Cord clamp
U2
U1
B
A
Clamp base
EN
Power supply wire
<Connecting power supply wire>
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Applicable Controls
A wired remote control is necessary for this function. This function cannot be operate with a wireless remote
control.
REQUIREMENT
• When this air conditioner is used for the first
time, it takes approx. 5 minutes until the remote
control becomes available after power-on. This
is normal.
<When power is turned on for the first time
after installation>
It takes approx. 5 to 10 minutes until the
remote control becomes available.
„ Changing applicable control
setting
Basic procedure for changing settings
Change the settings while the air conditioner is not
working.
(Stop the air conditioner before making settings.)
1
3
Approx. 5 to 10 minutes
Power
on
“SETTING”
flashes
“SETTING”
goes out
Remote
control is
available
4
6
<When power is turned on for the second (or
later) time>
It takes approx. 3 to 10 minute until the remote
control becomes available.
1 5
Approx. 3 to 10 minutes
Power
on
“SETTING”
flashes
“SETTING”
goes out
Remote
control is
available
2
Procedure 1
• Normal settings were made as factory default.
Change the indoor unit settings as required.
• Use the wired remote control to change the
settings.
* The settings cannot be changed using the
wireless remote control, simple wired remote
control, or central control system. Therefore,
install the wired remote control to change the
settings.
Push
button and temp. setup
button
simultaneously for 4 seconds or more.
After a while, the display flashes as shown in the
figure.
Confirm that the CODE No. is [01].
• If the CODE No. is not [01], push
button to
erase the display content, and repeat the
procedure from the beginning.
(No operation of the remote control is accepted
for a while after
button is pushed.)
(While air conditioners are operated under the
group control, “
” is displayed first.
When
button is pushed, the indoor unit
number displayed following “ALL” is header unit.)
(* Display content varies with the
indoor unit model.)
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Procedure 2
„ Filter sign setting
Each time
button is pushed, indoor unit
numbers in the control group change cyclically.
Select the indoor unit to change settings for.
The fan of the selected unit runs and the louvers
start swinging. The indoor unit can be confirmed for
which to change settings.
According to the installation condition, the lighting
time of the filter sign (Notification of filter cleaning)
can be changed.
Follow to the basic operation procedure
(1 → 2 → 3 → 4 → 5 → 6 ).
• For the CODE No. in Procedure 3, specify [01].
• For the [Set data] in Procedure 4, select the SET
DATA of filter sign lighting time from the following
table.
SET DATA
Procedure 3
Specify CODE No. [
buttons.
] with temp. setup
/
Procedure 4
Select SET DATA [
buttons.
] with timer time
/
Procedure 5
Filter sign lighting time
0000
None
0001
150 H (Factory default)
0002
2500 H
0003
5000 H
0004
10000 H
„ To secure better effect of heating
Push
button. When the display changes from
flashing to lit, the setup is completed.
• To change settings of another indoor unit, repeat
from Procedure 2.
• To change other settings of the selected indoor
unit, repeat from Procedure 3.
Use
button to clear the settings.
To make settings after
button was pushed,
repeat from Procedure 2.
Procedure 6
When settings have been completed, push
button to determine the settings.
When
button is pushed, “SETTING” flashes
and then the display content disappears and the air
conditioner enters the normal stop mode.
(While “SETTING” is flashing, no operation of the
remote control is accepted.)
When it is difficult to obtain satisfactory heating due
to installation place of the indoor unit or structure of
the room, the detection temperature of heating can
be raised. Also use a circulator or other device to
circulate heat air near the ceiling.
Follow to the basic operation procedure
(1 → 2 → 3 → 4 → 5 → 6 ).
• For the CODE No. in Procedure 3, specify [06].
• For the set data in Procedure 4, select the SET
DATA of shift value of detection temperature to
be set up from the table below.
SET DATA
Detection temp shift value
0000
No shift
0001
+1.8 °F (+1 °C)
0002
+3.6 °F (+2 °C)
0003
+5.4 °F (+3 °C) (Factory default)
0004
+7.2 °F (+4 °C)
0005
+9.0 °F (+5 °C)
0006
+10.8 °F (+6 °C)
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„ Adjustment of air direction
1. Using the remote control, change the up/
down air direction by moving the horizontal
louver.
2. Adjust the right/left air direction by bending
the vertical grille inside of the air outlet port
with hands.
REQUIREMENT
Do not touch the horizontal louver directly with
hands; otherwise a trouble may be caused.
For handling of the horizontal louver, refer to
“Owner’s Manual” attached to the indoor unit.
„ Group control
In a group control, a remote control can control up
to maximum 8 units.
• The wired remote control only can control a
group control. The wireless remote control is
unavailable for this control.
• For wiring procedure and wires of the individual
line (Identical refrigerant line) system, refer to
“Electric work” in this Manual.
• Wiring between indoor units in a group is
performed in the following procedure.
• Connect the indoor units by connecting the
remote control wires from the remote control
terminal blocks (A, B) of the indoor unit
connected with a remote control to the remote
control terminal blocks (A, B) of the other indoor
unit. (Non-polarity)
• For address setup, refer to the Installation
Manual attached to the outdoor unit.
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Test Run
▼ In case of wired remote control
„ Before test run
• Before turning on the circuit breaker, carry out
the following procedure.
1) By using 500V-megger, check that resistance
of 1MΩ or more exists between the terminal
block L1 to L2 and the ground (grounding).
If resistance of less than 1MΩ is detected, do
not run the unit.
2) Check the valve of the outdoor unit being
opened fully.
• To protect the compressor at activation time,
leave power-ON for 12 hours or more be for
operating.
• Before starting a test run, be sure to set
addresses following the Installation Manual
supplied with the outdoor unit.
„ Execute a test run
Operate the unit with the remote control as usual.
For the procedure of the operation, refer to the
attached Owner’s Manual.
A forced test run can be executed in the following
procedure even if the operation stops by thermo.OFF.
In order to prevent a serial operation, the forced test
run is released after 60 minutes have passed and
returns to the usual operation.
Procedure 2
Push
button.
Procedure 3
Select the operation mode with
button,
[COOL] or [HEAT].
• Do not run the air conditioner in a mode other
than [COOL] or [HEAT].
• The temperature controlling function does not
work during test run.
• The detection of error is performed as usual.
Procedure 4
After the test run, push
button to stop a
test run.
(Display part is same as procedure 1.)
Procedure 5
Push
check button to cancel (release from) the
test run mode.
([TEST] disappears on the display and the status
returns to a normal.)
CAUTION
• Do not use the forced test run for cases other
than the test run because it applies an
excessive load to the devices.
Wired remote control
2, 4
3
1,5
Procedure 1
Push
button for 4 seconds or more. [TEST] is
displayed on the display part and the selection of
mode in the test mode is permitted.
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▼ In case of wireless remote control (Forced
test operation is performed in a different
way.)
REQUIREMENT
• For the operation procedure, be sure to follow
the Owner’s Manual.
• Finish the forced cooling operation in a short
time because it applies excessive strength to
the air conditioner.
• A test operation of forced heating is
unavailable. Perform a test operation by heating
operation using the switches of the remote
control.
However heating operation may be not carried
out according to the temperature conditions.
• Check wiring/piping of indoor and
outdoor units
1. When is pushed
button for 10 seconds
or more, “Pi!” sound is heard and the
operation changes to a forced cooling
operation. After approx. 3 minutes, a
cooling operation starts forcedly.
Check cool air starts blowing. If the
operation does not start, check wiring
again.
2. To stop a test operation, push
button
once again (Approx. 1 second).
The louver closes and the operation stops.
• Check transmission of remote control
1. Push “START/STOP” button of the remote
control to check an operation can also start
by the remote control.
• “Cooling” operation by the remote control
may be unavailable according to the
temperature conditions.
Check wiring/piping of the indoor and
outdoor units in forced cooling operation.
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Troubleshooting
A wired remote control is necessary for this function. This function cannot be operate with a wireless remote
control.
Procedure 2
„ Confirmation and check
When an error occurred in the air conditioner, the
check code and the indoor UNIT No. appear on the
display part of the remote control.
The check code is only displayed during the
operation.
If the display disappears, operate the air
conditioner according to the following “Confirmation
of error log” for confirmation.
Push
button. The error log stored in
memory is displayed in order.
The numbers in CODE No. indicate CODE No. [01]
(latest) → [04] (oldest).
REQUIREMENT
Do not push
button because all the error log of
the indoor unit will be deleted.
Procedure 3
Push
button to return to the usual display after
confirmation.
Check code
Indoor UNIT No. in which
an error occurred
„ Confirmation of error log
When an error occurred on the air conditioner, the
error log can be confirmed with the following
procedure. (The error log is stored in memory up to
4 errors.)
The log can be confirmed from both operating
status and stop status.
1. Check the errors according to the above
procedure.
2. Ask an authorized dealer or qualified
service (maintenance) professional to
repair or maintain the air conditioner.
2
3
1
Procedure 1
Push
and
buttons simultaneously for 4
seconds or more, the following display appears.
If [Service check]
is displayed, the mode
enters in the error log mode.
• [01: Order of error log] is displayed in CODE No.
window.
• [Check code] is displayed in CHECK window.
• [Indoor unit address in which an error occurred]
is displayed in Unit No.
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„ Check codes and parts to be checked
Check method
On the remote control (Wired remote control, Central control remote control) and the interface P.C. board
of the outdoor unit (I/F), a check display LCD (Remote control) or 7-segment display (on the outdoor
interface P.C. board) to display the operation is provided. Therefore the operation status can be known.
With this self-diagnosis function, a trouble or position with error of the air conditioner can be found as shown
in the table below.
Check code list
The following list shows each check code. Find the check contents from the list according to part to be
checked.
• To check from indoor remote control: See “Wired remote control display” in the list.
• To check from outdoor unit: See “Outdoor 7-segment display” in the list.
• To check from indoor unit with a wireless remote control: See “Sensor block display of receiving unit” in
the list.
IPDU : Intelligent Power Drive Unit
: Lighting, : Flashing,
: Goes off
ALT. : Flashing is alternately when there are two flashing LED.
SIM : Simultaneous flashing when there are two flashing LED.
Check code
Wired
remote
control
display
Outdoor 7-segment display
Auxiliary code
Sensor block display of
receiving unit
Check code name
Judging
device
Operation Timer Ready Flash
E01
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Communication error between indoor and
remote control
Remote control
(Detected at remote control side)
E02
—
—
Remote control transmission error
Indoor
Indoor
E03
—
—
Communication error between indoor and
remote control (Detected at indoor side)
E04
—
—
Communication circuit error between
indoor/outdoor (Detected at indoor side)
E06
—
E08
Remote control
No. of indoor units in which
E06 sensor has been normally
received
Decrease of No. of indoor units
I/F
E07
Communication circuit error between
indoor/outdoor (Detected at outdoor side)
I/F
—
E08 Duplicated indoor addresses
Duplicated indoor addresses
E09
—
—
Duplicated header remote controls
E10
—
—
Communication error between indoor
MCU
Indoor / I/F
Remote control
Indoor
E12
01: Indoor/Outdoor
communication
E12 02: Communication
between
outdoor units
Automatic address start error
I/F
E15
E15
Indoor is nothing during automatic
addressing
I/F
E16
Capacity over
E16 00:
01 ~:No. of connected units
Capacity over / No. of connected indoor
units
I/F
E18
27-EN
Wireless remote control
—
—
Communication error between indoor
units
—
Indoor
E19
E19 00: Header is nothing
02: Two or more header units
Outdoor header units quantity error
I/F
E20
01: Outdoor of other line
connected
E20 02: Indoor of other line
connected
Other line connected during automatic
address
I/F
E23
E23
—
Sending error in communication between
outdoor units
I/F
E25
E25
—
Duplicated follower outdoor addresses
I/F
E26
No. of outdoor units which
E26 received signal normally
Decrease of No. of connected outdoor
units
I/F
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Check code
Wireless remote control
Wired
remote
control
display
Outdoor 7-segment display
E28
E28 Detected outdoor unit number
A3-IPDU
01
E31
E31
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
0C
0D
c
0E
0F
I/F
c
c
c
0A
0B
IPDU communication error
Fan
IPDU
c
08
09
I/F
c
06
07
3
Follower outdoor unit error
c
c
04
05
Judging
device
c
02
03
2
Check code name
Operation Timer Ready Flash
Auxiliary code
1
Sensor block display of
receiving unit
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c : IPDU error
F01
—
—
ALT Indoor TCJ sensor error
Indoor
F02
—
—
ALT Indoor TC2 sensor error
Indoor
Indoor
F03
—
—
ALT Indoor TC1 sensor error
F04
F04
—
ALT TD1 sensor error
I/F
F05
F05
—
ALT TD2 sensor error
I/F
F06
F06 TE1 sensor
TE2 sensor
ALT TE1 sensor error
TE2 sensor error
I/F
F07
F07
—
ALT TL sensor error
I/F
F08
F08
—
ALT TO sensor error
F10
—
—
ALT Indoor TA sensor error
F12
F12
—
ALT TS1 sensor error
I/F
F13
01: Comp. 1 side
F13 02: Comp. 2 side
03: Comp. 3 side
ALT TH sensor error
IPDU
F15
F15
—
ALT Outdoor temp. sensor miswiring (TE1,
TL)
I/F
F16
F16
—
ALT Outdoor pressure sensor miswiring (Pd,
Ps)
I/F
F22
F22
—
ALT TD3 error
I/F
F23
F23
—
ALT Ps sensor error
I/F
F24
F24
—
ALT Pd sensor error
I/F
I/F
Indoor
F29
—
—
SIM Indoor other error
F31
F31
—
SIM Indoor EEPROM error
H01
01: Comp. 1 side
H01 02: Comp. 2 side
03: Comp. 3 side
Compressor break down
IPDU
H02
01: Comp. 1 side
H02 02: Comp. 2 side
03: Comp. 3 side
Compressor trouble (lock)
IPDU
H03
01: Comp. 1 side
H03 02: Comp. 2 side
03: Comp. 3 side
Current detect circuit system error
IPDU
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Indoor
I/F
EN
28-EN
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Check code
Wired
remote
control
display
Wireless remote control
Outdoor 7-segment display
Sensor block display of
receiving unit
Check code name
Judging
device
Operation Timer Ready Flash
Auxiliary code
H05
H05
—
TD1 miswiring
I/F
H06
H06
—
Low pressure protective operation
I/F
H07
H07
—
Oil level down detective protection
I/F
H08
01: TK1 sensor error
02: TK2 sensor error
H08
03: TK3 sensor error
04: TK4 sensor error
Oil level detective temp sensor error
I/F
H15
H15
TD2 miswiring
I/F
H16
01: TK1 oil circuit system error
02: TK2 oil circuit system error
H16
03: TK3 oil circuit system error
04: TK4 oil circuit system error
Oil level detective circuit error
I/F
H25
H25
—
L03
—
—
SIM Indoor center unit duplicated
L04
L04
—
SIM Outdoor line address duplicated
I/F
L05
—
—
Duplicated indoor units with priority
SIM (Displayed in indoor unit with priority)
I/F
Duplicated indoor units with priority
SIM (Displayed in unit other than indoor unit
with priority)
I/F
L06
—
TD3 miswiring
L06 No. of indoor units with priority
I/F
Indoor
L07
—
—
SIM Group line in individual indoor unit
L08
L08
—
SIM Indoor group/Address unset
Indoor
L09
—
—
SIM Indoor capacity unset
L10
L10
—
SIM Outdoor capacity unset
I/F
L17
L17
—
SIM Outdoor unit model unmatch error
I/F
Indoor, I/F
Indoor
L20
—
—
SIM Duplicated central control addresses
Indoor
L28
L28
—
SIM Over No. of connected outdoor units
I/F
SIM No. of IPDU error
I/F
A3-IPDU
1
01
c
c
c
06
L29
L29
07
Fan
IPDU
c
c
04
05
3
c
02
03
2
c
c
c
c
c
c
08
09
c
c
0A
0B
c
c
c
c
c
c
0C
0D
c
0E
0F
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c : IPDU error
L30
29-EN
L30 Detected indoor address
SIM Indoor outside interlock
—
L31
—
—
Extended I/C error
P01
—
—
ALT Indoor fan motor error
P03
P03
—
ALT Discharge temp. TD1 error
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I/F
Indoor
I/F
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Check code
Wired
remote
control
display
P04
Wireless remote control
Outdoor 7-segment display
Auxiliary code
Sensor block display of
receiving unit
ALT High-pressure SW system operation
01: Comp. 1 side
P07 02: Comp. 2 side
03: Comp. 3 side
P10
P10 Detected indoor address
IPDU
Phase loss error/interruption of power
supply
P05 01: Comp. 1 side
02: Comp. 2 side
03: Comp. 3 side
P07
Judging
device
Operation Timer Ready Flash
01: Comp. 1 side
P04 02: Comp. 2 side
03: Comp. 3 side
00: Detected phase loss
P05
Check code name
ALT
I/F
Inverter DC voltage (Vdc) error
ALT Heat sink overheat error
IPDU, I/F
ALT Indoor overflow error
Indoor
P12
—
—
ALT Indoor fan motor error
Indoor
P13
P13
—
ALT Outdoor liquid back detection error
I/F
P15
P15 01: TS condition
02: TD condition
ALT Gas leak detection
I/F
P17
P17
—
ALT Discharge temp. TD2 error
I/F
P18
P18
—
ALT Discharge temp. TD3 error
I/F
P19
P19 Detected outdoor unit number
ALT 4-way valve inverse error
I/F
P20
P20
ALT High-pressure protective operation
I/F
—
0
1
3
4
C
P22
P22
D
E
: IGBT circuit
: Location detection circuit
error
: Motor lock-up error
: Motor current was
detected.
: Abnormal temperature
was detected by the TH
sensor.
: TH sensor error
: Inverter DC voltage error
(outdoor unit fan)
ALT Outdoor fan IPDU error
IPDU
Caution)
Although letters 0 to F appear
at locations indicated by “ ”,
please ignore them.
P26
01: Comp. 1 side
P26 02: Comp. 2 side
03: Comp. 3 side
ALT G-TR short protection error
IPDU
P29
01: Comp. 1 side
P29 02: Comp. 2 side
03: Comp. 3 side
ALT Comp position detective circuit system
error
IPDU
P31
P31
ALT Other indoor unit error
(Group follower unit error)
Indoor
—
Error detected by TCC-LINK central control device
Check code
Wired
remote
control
display
Wireless remote control
Outdoor 7-segment display
Auxiliary code
Sensor block display of
receiving unit
Check code name
Judging device
Operation Timer Ready Flash
C05
—
—
—
Sending error in TCC-LINK central
control device
TCC-LINK
C06
—
—
—
Receiving error in TCC-LINK central
control device
TCC-LINK
C12
—
—
—
Batch alarm of general-purpose
equipment control interface
P30
Differs according to error contents of unit with occurrence of alarm Group control branching unit error
—
—
(L20 is displayed)
Duplicated central control addresses
General-purpose
equipment I/F
TCC-LINK
EN
TCC-LINK : TOSHIBA Carrier Communication Link.
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WARNINGS ON REFRIGERANT LEAKAGE
Check of Concentration Limit
The room in which the air conditioner is to be
installed requires a design that in the event of
refrigerant gas leaking out, its concentration will not
exceed a set limit.
The refrigerant R410A which is used in the air conditioner
is safe, without the toxicity or combustibility of ammonia,
and is not restricted by laws to be imposed which protect
the ozone layer. However, since it contains more than air,
it poses the risk of suffocation if its concentration should
rise excessively. Suffocation from leakage of R410A is
almost non-existent. With the recent increase in the
number of high concentration buildings, however, the
installation of multi air conditioner systems is on the
increase because of the need for effective use of floor
space, individual control, energy conservation by
curtailing heat and carrying power etc.
Most importantly, the multi air conditioner system is able
to replenish a large amount of refrigerant compared with
conventional individual air conditioners. If a single unit of
the multi conditioner system is to be installed in a small
room, select a suitable model and installation procedure
so that if the refrigerant accidentally leaks out, its
concentration does not reach the limit (and in the event of
an emergency, measures can be made before injury can
occur).
In a room where the concentration may exceed the limit,
create an opening with adjacent rooms, or install
mechanical ventilation combined with a gas leak
detection device.
The concentration is as given below.
Total amount of refrigerant (lbs (kg))
Important
NOTE 2 :
The standards for minimum room volume are as follows.
(1) No partition (shaded portion)
(2) When there is an effective opening with the adjacent
room for ventilation of leaking refrigerant gas (opening
without a door, or an opening 0.15% or larger than the
respective floor spaces at the top or bottom of the
door).
Outdoor unit
Refrigerant piping
Indoor unit
(3) If an indoor unit is installed in each partitioned room
and the refrigerant piping is interconnected, the
smallest room of course becomes the object. But
when a mechanical ventilation is installed interlocked
with a gas leakage detector in the smallest room
where the density limit is exceeded, the volume of the
next smallest room becomes the object.
Refrigerant piping
Min. volume of the indoor unit installed room (ft3 (m3))
≤ Concentration limit (lbs/ft3 (kg/m3))
Outdoor
unit
The concentration limit of R410A which is used in multi air
conditioners is 0.019lbs/ft3 (0.3kg/m3).
Very
small
room
NOTE 1 :
If there are 2 or more refrigerating systems in a single
refrigerating device, the amounts of refrigerant should be
as charged in each independent device.
e.g.,
charged amount
((22lbs) 10kg)
Small
room
NOTE 3 :
The minimum indoor floor area compared with the amount
of refrigerant is roughly as follows:
(When the ceiling is 8.9ft (2.7m) high)
d2
Room F
Min. indoor floor area
Room A Room B Room C Room D Room E
Indoor unit
For the amount of charge in this example:
The possible amount of leaked refrigerant gas in
rooms A, B and C is 22lbs (10kg).
The possible amount of leaked refrigerant gas in
rooms D, E and F is 33lbs (15kg).
31-EN
Large room
Mechanical ventilation device - Gas leak detector
Outdoor unit
e.g.,
charged amount
(33lbs (15kg))
Medium
room
Indoor
unit
48 Range below the
density limit of
3
3
42 0.019lbs/ft (0.3kg/m )
(countermeasures not
36 needed)
30
24
18
12
6
0
– 31 –
Range above the density
limit of
0.019lbs/ft3 (0.3kg/m3)
(countermeasures needed)
22
44
66
Total amount of refrigerant
lbs
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Confirmation of Indoor Unit Setup
Prior to delivery to the customer, check the address and setup of the indoor unit, which has been installed
in this time and fill the check sheet (Table below). Data of four units can be entered in this check sheet.
Copy this sheet according to the No. of the indoor units. If the installed system is a group control system,
use this sheet by entering each line system into each installation manual attached to the other indoor units.
REQUIREMENT
This check sheet is required for maintenance after installation. Fill this sheet and then pass this Installation
Manual to the customers.
Indoor unit setup check sheet
Indoor unit
Indoor unit
Indoor unit
Indoor unit
Room name
Room name
Room name
Room name
Model
Model
Model
Model
Check indoor unit address. (For check method, refer to Applicable controls in this manual.)
* In case of a single system, it is unnecessary to enter the indoor address. (CODE No.: Line [12], Indoor [13], Group [14], Central control
[03])
Line
Indoor
Group
Line
Indoor
Group
Line
Indoor
Group
Line
Indoor
Group
Central control address
Central control address
Central control address
Central control address
Various setup
Various setup
Various setup
Various setup
Have you changed lighting time of filter sign? If not, fill check mark [×] in [NO CHANGE], and fill check mark [×] in [ITEM] if changed,
respectively.
(For check method, refer to Applicable controls in this manual.)
Filter sign lighting time
(CODE No. [01])
† NO CHANGE
† NONE
[0000]
† 150H
[0001]
† 2500H
[0002]
† 5000H
[0003]
† 10000H
[0004]
Filter sign lighting time
(CODE No. [01])
† NO CHANGE
† NONE
[0000]
† 150H
[0001]
† 2500H
[0002]
† 5000H
[0003]
† 10000H
[0004]
Filter sign lighting time
(CODE No. [01])
† NO CHANGE
† NONE
[0000]
† 150H
[0001]
† 2500H
[0002]
† 5000H
[0003]
† 10000H
[0004]
Filter sign lighting time
(CODE No. [01])
† NO CHANGE
† NONE
[0000]
† 150H
[0001]
† 2500H
[0002]
† 5000H
[0003]
† 10000H
[0004]
Have you changed detected temp. shift value? If not, fill check mark [×] in [NO CHANGE], and fill check mark [×] in [ITEM] if changed,
respectively.
(For check method, refer to Applicable control in this manual.)
Detected temp. shift value setup
(CODE No. [06])
† NO CHANGE
† NO SHIFT
[0000]
† +1°C 1.8°F
[0001]
† +2°C 3.6°F
[0002]
† +3°C 5.4°F
[0003]
† +4°C 7.2°F
[0004]
† +5°C 9.0°F
[0005]
† +6°C 10.8°F
[0006]
Detected temp. shift value setup
(CODE No. [06])
† NO CHANGE
† NO SHIFT
[0000]
† +1°C 1.8°F
[0001]
† +2°C 3.6°F
[0002]
† +3°C 5.4°F
[0003]
† +4°C 7.2°F
[0004]
† +5°C 9.0°F
[0005]
† +6°C 10.8°F
[0006]
Detected temp. shift value setup
(CODE No. [06])
† NO CHANGE
† NO SHIFT
[0000]
† +1°C 1.8°F
[0001]
† +2°C 3.6°F
[0002]
† +3°C 5.4°F
[0003]
† +4°C 7.2°F
[0004]
† +5°C 9.0°F
[0005]
† +6°C 10.8°F
[0006]
Detected temp. shift value setup
(CODE No. [06])
† NO CHANGE
† NO SHIFT
[0000]
† +1°C 1.8°F
[0001]
† +2°C 3.6°F
[0002]
† +3°C 5.4°F
[0003]
† +4°C 7.2°F
[0004]
† +5°C 9.0°F
[0005]
† +6°C 10.8°F
[0006]
Incorporation of parts sold
separately
Incorporation of parts sold
separately
Incorporation of parts sold
separately
Incorporation of parts sold
separately
Have you incorporated the following parts sold separately? If incorporated, fill check mark [×] in each [ITEM].
(When incorporating, the setup change is necessary in some cases. For setup change method, refer to Installation Manual attached to
each part sold separately.)
† Others (
† Others (
)
)
† Others (
† Others (
)
)
† Others (
† Others (
)
)
† Others (
† Others (
)
)
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