Mitsubishi Electric MCCH1 Installation manual

Air-Conditioners
SEZ-KD25,KD35,KD50,KD60,KD71VA
INSTALLATION MANUAL
FOR INSTALLER
For safe and correct use, please read this installation manual thoroughly before installing the air-conditioner
unit.
INSTALLATIONSHANDBUCH
FÜR INSTALLATEURE
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durchlesen.
MANUEL D’INSTALLATION
Italiano
VOOR DE INSTALLATEUR
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installeert.
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d’aria.
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Para un uso seguro y correcto, lea detalladamente este manual de instalación antes de montar la unidad de
aire acondicionado.
MANUALE DI INSTALLAZIONE
Deutsch
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Türkçe
3
3.1
[Fig. 3-1]
50~150
C
B
A
C
A
49
625
B
450
4
450
23
90
D
100
20
D
2
1
B
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
200
3
F
E
A
Access door
1 600 mm or more
Electrical parts box
2 100 mm or more
Air inlet
3 10 mm or more
Air outlet
4 300 mm or more
Ceiling surface
Service space (viewed from the side)
Service space (viewed from the direction of arrow)
(mm)
A
B
C
D
E
700 752 798 660 800
900 952 998 860 1000
1100 1152 1198 1060 1200
E
777
Model
SEZ-KD25
SEZ-KD35, 50
SEZ-KD60, 71
G
3.3
[Fig. 3-2]
C
■ SUZ-KA25VA
A
A
A 100 mm or more
B 350 mm or more
C Basically open 100 mm or more without only obstruction in front and on
both sides of the unit.
D 200 mm or more (Open two sides of left, right, or rear side.)
B
D
4
[Fig. 4-1]
L
Z
W
X
Y
5
A Center of gravity
A
5.2
5.1
[Fig. 5-1]
[Fig. 5-2]
[Fig. 5-3]
C
D
A
B
A
D
C
E
A Unit body
B Lifting machine
C Nuts (field supply)
D Washers (accessory)
E M10 hanging bolt (field supply)
A Indoor unit’s bottom surface
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6.1
[Fig. 6-1]
øB
a
øA
a Indoor unit
b Outdoor unit
B
6.35
6.35
6.35
9.52
A
9.52
12.7
15.88
15.88
Model
SEZ-KD25, 35
SEZ-KD50
SEZ-KD60
SEZ-KD71
b
6.2
[Fig. 6-3]
[Fig. 6-4]
b
a
[Fig. 6-5]
c
d
90°
e
b
a
f
a
c
b
d
a Copper tubes
b Good
c No good
d Tilted
a Burr
b Copper tube/pipe
e Uneven
f Burred
[Fig. 6-6]
c Spare reamer
d Pipe cutter
a Flare nut
b Copper tube
6.3
[Fig. 6-7]
a
b
a
A
e
e
f
g
h
b
d
b
c
[Fig. 6-8]
d
c
c
i
a Flaring tool
b Die
c Copper tube
a Smooth all around
b Inside is shining without
any scratches
c Even length all around
d Flare nut
e Yoke
d Too much
e Tilted
f Scratch on
flared plane
g Cracked
h Uneven
i Bad examples
[Fig. 6-9]
J
H
B
A
C
E
D
N
I
M
O
L
20
F
F
J
H
E
AG
20
O
20
L
20
N
G
L
K
A Pipe cover (small) (accessory)
B Caution:
Pull out the thermal insulation on the refrigerant piping at the
site, insert the flare nut to flare the end, and replace the insulation in its original position.
Take care to ensure that condensation does not form on exposed copper piping.
C Liquid end of refrigerant piping
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
Gas end of refrigerant piping
Site refrigerant piping
Main body
Pipe cover (large) (accessory)
Thermal insulation (field supply)
Pull
Flare nut
Return to original position
Ensure that there is no gap here
Plate on main body
Band (accessory)
Ensure that there is no gap here. Place join upwards.
6.5
[Fig. 6-10]
[Fig. 6-11]
I
B
A
A
B
C
G
F
1
C
C
E
5
25
D
E
H
C
D
A
B
C
D
E
2
Downward slope 1/100 or more
Connection dia. R1 external thread
Indoor unit
Collective piping
Maximize this length to approx. 10 cm
A
B
C
D
E
Indoor unit
Pipe cover (short) (accessory)
Tie band (accessory)
Band fixing part
Insertion margin
F Drain hose (accessory)
G Drain pipe (O.D. ø32 PVC TUBE,
field supply)
H Insulating material (field supply)
I Max.145 ± 5 mm
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[Fig. 7-1]
F
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
E
D
C
B
G
Air inlet
Air outlet
Access door
Ceiling surface
Canvas duct
Air filter
Inlet grille
A
8
8.1
[Fig. 8-1]
A
B
C
D
E
A
S1
S2
S3
12
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Wired remote controller
Main switch/fuse
Grounding
B
S1 S2 S3
C
D
For Power
supply
A
B
E
D
A
A
C
C
C
For Power supply
8.2
[Fig. 8-2-1]
[Fig. 8-2-2]
A
B
B
A Screw holding cover (2pcs)
B Cover
[Fig. 8-2-3]
A
A Terminal bed box
B Knockout hole
C Remove
C
[Fig. 8-2-4]
J
E
S2 S3
S3
S2
S1
2
H
1
S1
M
K
F
G
I
E Use PG bushing to keep the weight of the cable and external force from being applied to
the power supply terminal connector. Use a cable tie to secure the cable.
F Power source wiring
G Tensile force
H Use ordinary bushing
I Transmission wiring
J
K
L
M
Terminal bed for power source and indoor transmission
Terminal bed for remote controller
To 1-phase power source
Transmission line to the remote controller
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8
8.2
[Fig. 8-3]
A Indoor terminal block
2
1 2
B Earth wire (green/yellow)
4
5
1
C Indoor/outdoor unit
connecting wire
3-core 1.5 mm2 or
more
6
3
L N
D Outdoor terminal block
7
A Indoor terminal block
B Earth wire (green/yellow)
C Indoor/outdoor unit connecting wire 3core 1.5 mm2 or more
4 Always install an earth wire (1-core 1.5 mm2)
longer than other cables
5 Remote controller cable
Wire No × size (mm2) : Cable 2C × 0.3
D Outdoor terminal block
E Power supply cord : 2.0 mm2 or more
1 Connecting cable
Cable 3-core 1.5 mm2, in conformity
with Design 245 IEC 57.
2 Indoor terminal block
3 Outdoor terminal block
This wire accessory of remote controller
(wire length : 10m, non-polar. Max. 500m)
6 Wired remote controller
7 Power supply cord
Cable 3-core 2.0 mm2 or more, in conformity with Design 245 IEC 57.
E Power supply cord : 2.0 mm2 or more
8.3
[Fig. 8-4]
B
30
A
30
83.5
30
A Remote controller profile
B Required clearances surrounding the remote controller
C Installation pitch
120
C
46
[Fig. 8-5]
A
B
D
C
B-1.
B-2.
H
E
F
I
H
G
I
J
I
H
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
A For installation in the switch box:
B For direct installation on the wall select one of the following:
• Prepare a hole through the wall to pass the remote controller cord (in order to run the remote controller cord from
the back), then seal the hole with putty.
• Run the remote controller cord through the cut-out upper case, then seal the cut-out notch with putty similarly as
above.
Wall
Conduit
Lock nut
Bushing
Switch box
Remote controller cord
Seal with putty
Wood screw
[Fig. 8-6]
A
A To the terminal block on the indoor unit
B TB6 (No polarity)
AB
TB6
B
8.4
[Fig. 8-7]
[Fig. 8-8]
A
C
Service panel
Be sure to fix the
indoor/outdoor unit
connecting wire using
this cord clamp.
Remove one fixing
screw to open the
service panel.
B
A Loosen terminal screw
B Terminal block
C Lead wire
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8.5
[Fig. 8-9]
2
3 4
4
1
TEMP.
F
E
G
MENU
BACK
PAR-21MAA
MONITOR/SET
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
1
A
FILTER
DAY
CLOCK
2
CHECK TEST
OPERATION
B
CLEAR
1
C
D
9
1
⁄
2
⁄
3
⁄
4
⁄
Mode number
Setting number
Refrigerant address
Unit number
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
Filter button (<Enter> button)
TEST button
Set Time button
Timer On/Off button (Set Day button)
Mode selection button
Set temperature button
Timer Menu button (Monitor/Set button)
9.2
[Fig. 9-1]
F E
C
9.3
[Fig. 9-2]
D B
B
ED
TEST RUN
COOL, HEAT
˚C
˚C
˚C
SIMPLE
˚C
SIMPLE
TEMP.
MENU
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
A
TEMP.
C
FILTER
MENU
BACK
MONITOR/SET
DAY
CLOCK
OPERATION
MONITOR/SET
A ON/OFF button
B Test run display
C Indoor temperature liquid line
temperature display
D ON/OFF lamp
E Power display
CLOCK
OPERATION
F Error code display
Test run remaining time display
G Set temperature button
H Mode selection button
I Fan speed button
M TEST button
[Fig. 10-1]
A
B
C
D
CHECK button
Refrigerant address
TEMP. button
IC: Indoor unit
OC: Outdoor unit
E Check code
B
E
A
C
D
F
M
G
L
K
H
I
J
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
CLEAR
A
10.1
Indoor unit
Union
Liquid pipe
Gas pipe
Stop valve
Outdoor unit
Refrigerant gas cylinder operating valve
H Refrigerant gas cylinder for R410A with
siphon
I Refrigerant (liquid)
J Electronic scale for refrigerant charging
K Charge hose (for R410A)
L Gauge manifold valve (for R410A)
M Service port
6
6
CHECK TEST
I M
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DAY
CLEAR
PAR-21MAA
HG
ON/OFF
CHECK TEST
BACK
PAR-21MAA
ON/OFF
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Contents
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Safety precautions ................................................................................... 7
Selecting the installation location ............................................................. 7
Selecting an installation site & Accessories ............................................. 8
Fixing hanging bolts ................................................................................. 8
Installing the unit ...................................................................................... 8
Refrigerant piping work ............................................................................ 9
Duct work ............................................................................................... 11
Electrical work ........................................................................................ 11
9. Test run .................................................................................................. 13
10. Maintenance .......................................................................................... 14
This Installation Manual describes only for the indoor unit and the connected
outdoor unit of SUZ series.
If the connected outdoor unit is MXZ series, refer to the Installation Manual for
MXZ series.
1. Safety precautions
•
Please report to or take consent by the supply authority before connection
to the system.
• Be sure to read “The following should always be observed for safety” before
installing the air conditioner.
• Be sure to observe the cautions specified here as they include important
items related to safety.
• The indications and meanings are as follows.
Warning:
Could lead to death, serious injury, etc.
Caution:
Could lead to serious injury in particular environments when operated incorrectly.
• After reading this manual, be sure to keep it together with the instruction
manual in a handy place on the customer’s site.
Symbols put on the unit
: 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.
Warning:
Carefully read the labels affixed to the main unit.
Warning:
• Do not install it by yourself (customer).
Incomplete installation could cause injury due to fire, electric shock, the unit
falling or leakage of water. Consult the dealer from whom you purchased the
unit or special installer.
• Install the unit securely in a place which can bear the weight of the unit.
When installed in an insufficient strong place, the unit could fall causing injured.
• Use the specified wires to connect the indoor and outdoor units securely and
attach the wires firmly to the terminal board connecting sections so the stress
of the wires is not applied to the sections.
Incomplete connecting and fixing could cause fire.
• Do not use intermediate connection of the power cord or the extension cord
and do not connect many devices to one AC outlet.
It could cause a fire or an electric shock due to defective contact, defective
insulation, exceeding the permissible current, etc.
• Check that the refrigerant gas does not leak after installation has completed.
• Perform the installation securely referring to the installation manual.
Incomplete installation could cause a personal injury due to fire, electric shock,
the unit falling or leakage of water.
• Perform electrical work according to the installation manual and be sure to
use an exclusive circuit.
If the capacity of the power circuit is insufficient or there is incomplete electrical work, it could result in a fire or an electric shock.
• Attach the electrical part cover to the indoor unit and the service panel to the
outdoor unit securely.
If the electrical part cover in the indoor unit and/or the service panel in the
outdoor unit are not attached securely, it could result in a fire or an electric
shock due to dust, water, etc.
• Be sure to use the part provided or specified parts for the installation work.
The use of defective parts could cause an injury or leakage of water due to a
fire, an electric shock, the unit falling, etc.
• Ventilate the room if refrigerant leaks during operation.
If the refrigerant comes in contact with a flame, poisonous gases will be released.
Caution:
• Perform grounding.
Do not connect the ground wire to a gas pipe, water pipe arrester or telephone
ground wire. Defective grounding could cause an electric shock.
• Do not install the unit in a place where an inflammable gas leaks.
If gas leaks and accumulates in the area surrounding the unit, it could cause
an explosion.
• Install a ground leakage breaker depending on the installation place (where it
is humid).
If a ground leakage breaker is not installed, it could cause an electric shock.
• Perform the drainage/piping work securely according to the installation
manual.
If there is a defect in the drainage/piping work, water could drop from the unit
and household goods could be wet and damaged.
• Fasten a flare nut with a torque wrench as specified in this manual.
When fastened too tight, a flare nut may broken after a long period and cause
a leakage of refrigerant.
2. Selecting the installation location
2.1. Indoor unit
• Where the air filter can be removed and replaced easily.
•
•
•
•
Where airflow is not blocked.
Where cool air spreads over the entire room.
Where it is not exposed to direct sunshine.
At a distance 1 m or more away from your TV and radio (to prevent picture from
being distorted or noise from being generated).
• In a place as far away as possible from fluorescent and incandescent lights (so the
infrared remote control can operate the air conditioner normally).
Warning:
Mount the indoor unit into a ceiling strong enough to withstand the weight of
the unit.
2.2. Outdoor unit
• Install the unit horizontally.
•
•
•
•
•
Caution:
Avoid the following places for installation where air conditioner trouble is liable to occur.
• Where there is too much machine oil.
• Salty environment as seaside areas.
• Hot-spring areas.
• Where sulfide gas exists.
• Other special atmospheric areas.
Where it is not exposed to strong wind.
Where airflow is good and dustless.
Where it is not exposed to rain and direct sunshine.
Where neighbours are not annoyed by operation sound or hot air.
Where rigid wall or support is available to prevent the increase of operation sound
or vibration.
• Where there is no risk of combustible gas leakage.
• When installing the unit at a high level, be sure to fix the unit legs.
• Where it is at least 3 m away from the antenna of TV set or radio. (Otherwise,
images would be disturbed or noise would be generated.)
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3. Selecting an installation site & Accessories
• Select a site with sturdy fixed surface sufficiently durable against the weight of unit.
• Before installing unit, the routing to carry in unit to the installation site should be
determined.
• Select a site where the unit is not affected by entering air.
• Select a site where the flow of supply and return air is not blocked.
• Select a site where refrigerant piping can easily be led to the outside.
• Select a site which allows the supply air to be distributed fully in room.
• Do not install unit at a site with oil splashing or steam in much quantity.
• Do not install unit at a site where combustible gas may generate, flow in, stagnate
or leak.
• Do not install unit at a site where equipment generating high frequency waves (a
high frequency wave welder for example) is provided.
• Do not install unit at a site where fire detector is located at the supply air side. (Fire
detector may operate erroneously due to the heated air supplied during heating
operation.)
• When special chemical product may scatter around such as site chemical plants
and hospitals, full investigation is required before installing unit. (The plastic components may be damaged depending on the chemical product applied.)
• If the unit is run for long hours when the air above the ceiling is at high temperature/
high humidity (due point above 26 °C), due condensation may be produced in the
indoor unit. When operating the units in this condition, add insulation material (1020 mm) to the entire surface of the indoor unit to avoid due condensation.
3.1. Install the indoor unit on a ceiling strong enough
to sustain its weight
[Fig. 3-1] (P.2)
A
C
E
G
1
3
Access door
B Electrical parts box
Air inlet
D Air outlet
Ceiling surface
F Service space (viewed from the side)
Service space (viewed from the direction of arrow)
600 mm or more
2 100 mm or more
10 mm or more
4 300 mm or more
* If the optional long-life filter is installed, the dimensions of the air conditioner
increase.
Rear inlet: Depth increases by 30 mm (*1)
Bottom inlet: Height increases by 30 mm (*2)
Warning:
The unit must be securely installed on a structure that can sustain its weight. If
the unit is mounted on an unstable structure, it may fall down causing injuries.
3.2. Securing installation and service space
• Select the optimum direction of supply airflow according to the configuration of the
room and the installation position.
• As the piping and wiring are connected at the bottom and side surfaces, and the
maintenance is made at the same surfaces, allow a proper space properly. For the
efficient suspension work and safety, provide a space as much as possible.
3.3. Outdoor unit
Ventilation and service space
■ SUZ-KA25VA
[Fig. 3-2] (P.2)
A 100 mm or more
B 350 mm or more
C Basically open 100 mm or more without only obstruction in front and on both sides of the
unit.
D 200 mm or more (Open two sides of left, right, or rear side.)
When the piping is to be attached to a wall containing metals (tin plated) or metal
netting, use a chemically treated wooden piece 20 mm or thicker between the wall
and the piping or wrap 7 to 8 turns of insulation vinyl tape around the piping.
Units should be installed by licensed contractor accordingly to local code requirement.
3.4. Indoor unit accessories
The unit is provided with the following accessories:
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Name
Pipe cover (for refrigerant piping joint) Small diameter
Pipe cover (for refrigerant piping joint) Large diameter
Bands for temporary tightening of pipe cover and drain hose
Remote controller parts
Signal receiving unit cable
Washer
Drain hose
Pipe cover (for Drain hose) short
Quantity
1
1
6
1
1
8
1
1
4. Fixing hanging bolts
4.1. Fixing hanging bolts
• If necessary, reinforce the hanging bolts with anti-quake supporting members as
countermeasures against earthquakes.
* Use M10 for hanging bolts and anti-quake supporting members (field supply).
[Fig. 4-1] (P.2)
A Center of gravity
(Give site of suspension strong structure.)
1 Reinforcing the ceiling with additional members (edge beam, etc.) must be required to keep the ceiling at level and to prevent the ceiling from vibrations.
Hanging structure
2 Cut and remove the ceiling members.
• Ceiling: The ceiling structure varies from building to one another. For detailed information, consult your construction company.
3 Reinforce the ceiling members, and add other members for fixing the ceiling boards.
Center of gravity and Product Weight
Model name
SEZ-KD25
SEZ-KD35
SEZ-KD50
SEZ-KD60
SEZ-KD71
W
625
625
625
625
625
L
752
952
952
1152
1152
X
263
286
280
285
285
Y
351
448
437
527
527
Z
106
104
104
104
104
Product Weight (kg)
18
21
24
28
28
5. Installing the unit
5.1. Hanging the unit body
s Bring the indoor unit to an installation site as it is packed.
s To hang the indoor unit, use a lifting machine to lift and pass through the
hanging bolts.
[Fig. 5-1] (P.2)
A Unit body
B Lifting machine
[Fig. 5-2] (P.2)
C Nuts (field supply)
D Washers (accessory)
E M10 hanging bolt (field supply)
5.2. Confirming the unit’s position and fixing hanging
bolts
s Use the gage supplied with the panel to confirm that the unit body and
hanging bolts are positioned in place. If they are not positioned in place, it
may result in dew drops due to wind leak. Be sure to check the positional
relationship.
s Use a level to check that the surface indicated by A is at level. Ensure that
the hanging bolt nuts are tightened to fix the hanging bolts.
s To ensure that drain is discharged, be sure to hang the unit at level using a
level.
[Fig. 5-3] (P.2)
A Indoor unit’s bottom surface
Caution:
Be sure to install the unit body at level.
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6. Refrigerant piping work
6.2.3. Putting nut on
6.1. Refrigerant pipe
[Fig. 6-1] (P.3)
[Fig. 6-5] (P.3)
a Indoor unit
b Outdoor unit
a Flare nut
b Copper tube
Refer to the Instruction Manual that came with the outdoor unit for the restrictions on
the height difference between units and for the amount of additional refrigerant
charge.
• Remove flare nuts attached to indoor and outdoor unit, then put them on pipe/tube
having completed burr removal.
(not possible to put them on after flaring work)
6.2.4. Flaring work
Avoid the following places for installation where air conditioner trouble is liable to
occur.
• Where there is too much oil such as for machine or cooking.
• Salty environment as seaside areas.
• Hot-spring areas.
• Where sulfide gas exists.
• Other special atmospheric areas.
• This unit has flared connections on both indoor and outdoor sides. (Fig. 6-1)
• Refrigerant pipes are used to connect the indoor and outdoor units as shown in the
figure below.
• Insulate both refrigerant and drainage piping completely to prevent condensation.
[Fig. 6-6] (P.3)
a
b
c
d
e
• Carry out flaring work using flaring tool as shown below.
Pipe diameter
(mm)
6.35
9.52
12.7
15.88
Piping preparation
• Refrigerant pipes of 3, 5, 7, 10 and 15 m are available as optional items.
(1) Table below shows the specifications of pipes commercially available.
Model
Pipe
SEZKD25
SEZKD35
SEZKD50
SEZKD60
SEZKD71
For liquid
For gas
For liquid
For gas
For liquid
For gas
For liquid
For gas
For liquid
For gas
Outside diameter
mm
inch
Min wall
thickness
Insulation
thickness
6.35
9.52
6.35
9.52
6.35
12.7
6.35
15.88
9.52
15.88
1/4
3/8
1/4
3/8
1/4
1/2
1/4
5/8
3/8
5/8
0.8 mm
0.8 mm
0.8 mm
0.8 mm
0.8 mm
0.8 mm
0.8 mm
1.0 mm
0.8 mm
1.0 mm
8 mm
8 mm
8 mm
8 mm
8 mm
8 mm
8 mm
8 mm
8 mm
8 mm
Insulation
material
Flaring tool
Die
Copper tube
Flare nut
Yoke
Dimension
A (mm)
When the tool for R410A is used
Clutch type
0 - 0.5
0 - 0.5
0 - 0.5
0 - 0.5
+0
B -0.4 (mm)
9.1
13.2
16.6
19.7
Firmly hold copper tube in a die in the dimension shown in the table at above.
6.2.5. Check
[Fig. 6-7] (P.3)
Heat resisting
foam plastic
0.045 specific
gravity
a
b
c
d
e
Smooth all around
Inside is shining without any scratches
Even length all around
Too much
Tilted
f
g
h
i
Scratch on flared plane
Cracked
Uneven
Bad examples
• Compare the flared work with a figure in right side hand.
• If flare is noted to be defective, cut off the flared section and do flaring work again.
6.3. Pipe connection
(2) Ensure that the 2 refrigerant pipes are well insulated to prevent condensation.
(3) Refrigerant pipe bending radius must be 10 cm or more.
Caution:
Using careful insulation of specified thickness. Excessive thickness prevents
storage behind the indoor unit and smaller thickness causes dew drippage.
6.2. Flaring work
• Main cause of gas leakage is defect in flaring work.
Carry out correct flaring work in the following procedure.
[Fig. 6-8] (P.3)
• Apply a thin coat of refrigeration oil on the seat surface of pipe.
• For connection first align the center, then tighten the first 3 to 4 turns of flare nut.
• Use tightening torque table below as a guideline for indoor unit side union joint section,
and tighten using two wrenches. Excessive tightening damages the flare section.
Copper pipe O.D.
(mm)
ø6.35
ø9.52
ø12.7
ø15.88
Flare nut O.D.
(mm)
17
22
26
29
Tightening torque
(N·m)
14 - 18
34 - 42
49 - 61
68 - 82
6.2.1. Pipe cutting
Warning:
Be careful of flying flare nut! (Internally pressurized)
Remove the flare nut as follows:
1. Loosen the nut until you hear a hissing noise.
2. Do not remove the nut until the gas has been completely released (i.e., hissing noise stops).
3. Check that the gas has been completely released, and then remove the nut.
[Fig. 6-3] (P.3)
a
b
c
d
e
f
Copper tubes
Good
No good
Tilted
Uneven
Burred
• Using a pipe cutter cut the copper tube correctly.
Connect pipes to stop valve pipe joint of the outdoor unit in the same manner applied
for indoor unit.
• For tightening use a torque wrench or spanner, and use the same tightening torque
applied for indoor unit.
6.2.2. Burrs removal
[Fig. 6-4] (P.3)
a
b
c
d
Outdoor unit connection
Burr
Copper tube/pipe
Spare reamer
Pipe cutter
• Completely remove all burrs from the cut cross section of pipe/tube.
• Put the end of the copper tube/pipe to downward direction as you remove burrs in
order to avoid burrs drop in the tubing.
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6. Refrigerant piping work
Refrigerant pipe insulation
• After connecting refrigerant piping, insulate the joints (flared joints) with thermal
insulation tubing as shown below.
[Fig. 6-9] (P.3)
A Pipe cover (small) (accessory)
B Caution:
Pull out the thermal insulation on the refrigerant piping at the site, insert the flare nut to flare
the end, and replace the insulation in its original position.
Take care to ensure that condensation does not form on exposed copper piping.
C Liquid end of refrigerant piping
D Gas end of refrigerant piping
E Site refrigerant piping
F Main body
G Pipe cover (large) (accessory)
H Thermal insulation (field supply)
I Pull
J Flare nut
K Return to original position
L Ensure that there is no gap here
M Plate on main body
N Band (accessory)
O Ensure that there is no gap here. Place join upwards.
Remove the gage manifold valve quickly from the service port of the stop valve.
After refrigerant pipes are connected and evacuated, fully open all stop valves on
gas and liquid pipe sides.
Operating without fully opening lowers the performance and causes trouble.
Pipe length :
7 m maximum
No gas charge is needed.
Tighten the cap to the service port to obtain the initial status.
Retighten the cap
1.Remove and discard the rubber bung which is inserted in the end of the unit piping.
2.Flare the end of the site refrigerant piping.
3.Pull out the thermal insulation on the site refrigerant piping and replace the insulation in its original position.
Cautions On Refrigerant Piping
s Be sure to use non-oxidative brazing for brazing to ensure that no foreign
matter or moisture enter into the pipe.
s Be sure to apply refrigerating machine oil over the flare connection seating
surface and tighten the connection using a double spanner.
s Provide a metal brace to support the refrigerant pipe so that no load is
imparted to the indoor unit end pipe. This metal brace should be provided
50 cm away from the indoor unit’s flare connection.
6.4. Purging procedures leak test
PURGING PROCEDURES
Connect the refrigerant pipes (both the liquid and gas pipes) between the indoor
and the outdoor units.
Remove the service port cap of the stop valve on the side of the outdoor unit gas pipe.
(The stop valve will not work in its initial state fresh out of the factory (totally closed
with cap on).)
Connect the gage manifold valve and the vacuum pump to the service port of the
stop valve on the gas pipe side of the outdoor unit.
Run the vacuum pump. (Vacuumize for more than 15 minutes.)
Check the vacuum with the gage manifold valve, then close the gage manifold valve,
and stop the vacuum pump.
Leave it as is for one or two minutes. Make sure the pointer of the gage manifold
valve remains in the same position. Confirm that the pressure gage show -0.101MPa
(-760 mmHg).
*Close
*Open
Hexagonal wrench
*4 to 5 turns
Stop valve
-0.101MPa Compound pressure
Stop valve (-760 mmHg) gauge (for R410A)
Pressure gauge
(for R410A)
Gauge manifold
valve (for R410A)
Handle High
Handle
Low
Charge hose
Stop
(for R410A)
valve
Vacuum
(or the vacuum
Service port
pump
pump with the
Window
function to
Adapter for
prevent the back
Charge hose preventing
flow)
(for R410A)
the back flow
Leak test
6.5. Drain piping work
• Ensure that the drain piping is downward (pitch of more than 1/100) to the outdoor
(discharge) side. Do not provide any trap or irregularity on the way. (1)
• Ensure that any cross-wise drain piping is less than 20 m (excluding the difference
of elevation). If the drain piping is long, provide metal braces to prevent it from
waving. Never provide any air vent pipe. Otherwise drain may be ejected.
• Use a hard vinyl chloride pipe O.D. ø32 for drain piping.
• Ensure that collected pipes are 10 cm lower than the unit body’s drain port as
shown in 2.
• Do not provide any odor trap at the drain discharge port.
• Put the end of the drain piping in a position where no odor is generated.
• Do not put the end of the drain piping in any drain where ionic gases are generated.
• After connecting the drain piping, make sure that water is discharged properly and
that there are no leaks.
[Fig. 6-10] (P.3)
A
B
C
D
E
Downward slope 1/100 or more
Connection dia. R1 external thread
Indoor unit
Collective piping
Maximize this length to approx. 10 cm
1.Insert the drain hose (accessory) into the drain port.
(The drain hose must not be bent more than 45° to prevent the hose from breaking
or clogging.)
The connecting part between the indoor unit and the drain hose may be disconnected at the maintenance. Fix the part with the accessory band, not be adhered.
2.Attach the drain pipe (O.D. ø32 PVC TUBE, field supply).
(Attach the pipe with glue for the hard vinyl chloride pipe, and fix it with the band
(small, accessory).)
3.Perform insulation work on the drain pipe (O.D. ø32 PVC TUBE) and on the socket
(including elbow).
[Fig. 6-11] (P.3)
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
Indoor unit
Pipe cover (short) (accessory)
Tie band (accessory)
Band fixing part
Insertion margin
Drain hose (accessory)
Drain pipe (O.D. ø32 PVC TUBE, field supply)
Insulating material (field supply)
Max.145 ± 5 mm
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7. Duct work
• When connecting ducts, insert a canvas duct between the main body and the duct.
• Use non-combustible duct components.
•
•
•
Caution:
The noise from the intake will increase dramatically if intake A is fitted
directly beneath the main body. Intake A should therefore be installed as
far away from the main body as possible.
Particular care is required when using it with bottom inlet specifications.
Install sufficient thermal insulation to prevent condensation forming on
outlet duct flanges and outlet ducts.
To connect the air conditioner main body and the duct for potential equalization.
•
Keep the distance between the inlet grille and the fan over 850 mm.
If it is less than 850 mm, install a safety guard not to touch the fan.
[Fig. 7-1] (P.4)
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
Air inlet
Air outlet
Access door
Ceiling surface
Canvas duct
Air filter
Inlet grille
8. Electrical work
8.1. Power supply
[Fig. 8-2-4] (P.4)
Electrical specification
Input capacity Main Switch/Fuse (A)
SEZ-KD25 SEZ-KD35 SEZ-KD50 SEZ-KD60 SEZ-KD71
Power supply
(1 phase ~/N, 230V, 50Hz)
10
10
20
20
20
Warning:
• The compressor will not operate unless the power supply phase connection
is correct.
• Grounding protection with a no-fuse breaker (earth leakage breaker [ELB]) is
usually installed for D.
• The connection wiring between the outdoor and indoor units can be extended
up to a maximum of 50 meters, and the total extension including the crossover wiring between rooms is a maximum of 80 m.
A switch with at least 3 mm contact separation in each pole shall be provided
by the air conditioner installation.
* Label each breaker according to purpose (heater, unit etc.).
[Fig. 8-1] (P.4)
A
B
C
D
E
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Wired remote controller
Main switch/fuse
Grounding
J
K
L
M
• Perform wiring as shown in the diagram to the lower left. (Procure the cable locally.)
Make sure to use cables of the correct polarity only.
[Fig. 8-3] (P.5)
A
B
C
D
E
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8.2. Indoor wire connection
Work procedure
1.Remove 2 screws to detach the electric component cover.
2.Route each cable through the wiring intake into the electric component box. (Procure power cable and in-out connecting cable locally and use remote control cable
supplied with the unit.)
3.Securely connect the power cable and the in-out connecting cable and the remote
control cable to the terminal blocks.
4.Secure the cables with clamps inside the electric component box.
5.Attach the electric component cover as it was.
• Fix power supply cable and indoor/outdoor cable to control box by using buffer
bushing for tensile force. (PG connection or the like.)
Warning:
• Attach the electrical part cover securely. If it is attached incorrectly, it could
result in a fire, electric shock due to dust, water, etc.
• Use the specified indoor/outdoor unit connecting wire to connect the indoor
and outdoor units and fix the wire to the terminal bed securely so that no
stress is applied to the connecting section of the terminal bed. Incomplete
connection or fixing of the wire could result in a fire.
[Fig. 8-2-1] (P.4)
A Screw holding cover (2pcs)
B Cover
Terminal bed for power source and indoor transmission
Terminal bed for remote controller
To 1-phase power source
Transmission line to the remote controller
Indoor terminal block
Earth wire (green/yellow)
Indoor/outdoor unit connecting wire 3-core 1.5 mm2 or more
Outdoor terminal block
Power supply cord : 2.0 mm2 or more
Connecting cable
Cable 3-core 1.5 mm2, in conformity with Design 245 IEC 57.
Indoor terminal block
Outdoor terminal block
Always install an earth wire (1-core 1.5 mm2) longer than other cables
Remote controller cable
Wire No × size (mm2) : Cable 2C × 0.3
This wire accessory of remote controller
(wire length : 10 m, non-polar. Max. 500 m)
Wired remote controller
Power supply cord
Cable 3-core 2.0 mm2 or more, in conformity with Design 245 IEC 57.
• Connect the terminal blocks as shown in the diagram below.
Caution:
• Use care not to make mis-wiring.
• Firmly tighten the terminal screws to prevent them from loosening.
• After tightening, pull the wires lightly to confirm that they do not move.
8.3. Remote controller
8.3.1. For wired remote controller
1) Installing procedures
(1) Select an installing position for the remote controller.
The temperature sensors are located on both remote controller and indoor unit.
s Procure the following parts locally:
Two piece switch box
Thin copper conduit tube
Lock nuts and bushings
[Fig. 8-4] (P.5)
A Remote controller profile
B Required clearances surrounding the remote controller
C Installation pitch
(2) Seal the service entrance for the remote controller cord with putty to prevent possible invasion of dew drops, water, cockroaches or worms.
[Fig. 8-2-2] (P.4)
[Fig. 8-5] (P.5)
A Terminal bed box
B Knockout hole
C Remove
A For installation in the switch box:
[Fig. 8-2-3] (P.4)
E Use PG bushing to keep the weight of the cable and external force from being applied to the
power supply terminal connector. Use a cable tie to secure the cable.
F Power source wiring
G Tensile force
H Use ordinary bushing
I Transmission wiring
B For direct installation on the wall select one of the following:
• Prepare a hole through the wall to pass the remote controller cord (in order to run the remote
controller cord from the back), then seal the hole with putty.
• Run the remote controller cord through the cut-out upper case, then seal the cut-out notch
with putty similarly as above.
C Wall
G Switch box
D Conduit
H Remote controller cord
E Lock nut
I Seal with putty
F Bushing
J Wood screw
B-1. To lead the remote controller cord from the back of the controller:
B-2. To run the remote controller cord through the upper portion:
(3) For direct installation on the wall
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8. Electrical work
2) Connecting procedures
1 Connect the remote controller cord to the terminal block.
[Fig. 8-6] (P.5)
A To the terminal block on the indoor unit
B TB6 (No polarity)
2 Set the dip switch No.1 shown below when using two remote controller’s for the
same group.
3) Function selection of remote controller
If two remote controllers are connected, set one to “Main” and the other to “Sub”. For
setting procedures, refer to “Function selection of remote controller” in the operation
manual for the indoor unit.
8.4. Outdoor unit
[Fig. 8-7] (P.5)
• Connect cable from the indoor unit correctly on the terminal-block.
• Use the same terminal block and polarity as is used with the indoor unit.
• For aftercare maintenance, give extra length to connecting cable.
• Both end of connecting cable (extension wire) are peeled off. When too long,
or connected by cutting off the middle, peel off power supply cable to the size
given in the figure.
• Be careful not to contact connecting cable with piping.
[Fig. 8-8] (P.5)
A Loosen terminal screw
B Terminal block
C Lead wire
Caution:
• Use care not to make mis-wiring. (Fig. 8-8)
• Firmly tighten the terminal screws to prevent them from loosening.
• After tightening, pull the wires lightly to confirm that they do not move.
Warning:
• Be sure to attach the service panel of the outdoor unit securely. If it is not
attached correctly, it could result in a fire or an electric shock due to dust,
water, etc.
• Tighten terminal screws securely.
• Wiring should be done so that the power lines are not subject to tension.
Otherwise, heat may be generated or fire may occur.
8.5. Function settings
8.5.1 Function setting on the unit (Selecting the unit functions)
1) AUTO RESTART FUNCTION
For wired remote controller only (Fig. 8-9)
This model is equipped with the AUTO RESTART FUNCTION.
When the indoor unit is controlled with the remote controller, the operation mode, set
temperature, and the fan speed are memorized by the indoor controller board. The
auto restart function sets to work the moment the power has restored after power
failure, then, the unit will restart automatically.
2) Other functions
For wired remote controller only [Fig. 8-9] (P.6)
1
⁄
2
⁄
3
⁄
4
⁄
Mode number
Setting number
Refrigerant address
Unit number
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
Filter button (<Enter> button)
TEST button
Set Time button
Timer On/Off button (Set Day button)
Mode selection button
Set temperature button
Timer Menu button (Monitor/Set button)
Changing the external static pressure setting
• Be sure to change the external static pressure setting depending on the duct and
the grill used.
1 Go to the function setting mode.
Switch OFF the remote controller.
Press the A and B buttons simultaneously and hold them for at least 2
seconds. FUNCTION will start to flash.
2 Use the C button to set the refrigerant address (3) to 00.
3 Press D and [--] will start to flash in the unit number (4) display.
4 Use the C button to set the unit number (4) to 00.
5 Press the E MODE button to designate the refrigerant address/unit number.
[--] will flash in the mode number (1) display momentarily.
6 Press the F buttons to set the mode number (1) to 08 or 10.
7 Press the G button and the current set setting number (2) will flash.
Use the F button to switch the setting number in response to the external static
pressure to be used.
External static
pressure
05 Pa
15 Pa (before shipment)
35 Pa
50 Pa
Setting no. of mode
no. 08
1
1
2
3
Setting no. of mode
no. 10
2
1
1
1
8 Press the MODE button E and mode and the setting number (1) and (2) will
change to being on constantly and the contents of the setting can be confirmed.
9 Press the FILTER A and TEST RUN B buttons simultaneously for at least two
seconds. The function selection screen will disappear momentarily and the air
conditioner OFF display will appear.
Function table
Select unit number 00
Mode
Power failure automatic recovery*1
(AUTO RESTART FUNCTION)
Indoor temperature detecting
LOSSNAY connectivity
Auto mode
Settings
Not available
Available
Indoor unit operating average
Set by indoor unit’s remote controller
Remote controller’s internal sensor
Not Supported
Supported (indoor unit is not equipped with outdoor-air intake)
Supported (indoor unit is equipped with outdoor-air intake)
Energy saving cycle automatically enabled
Energy saving cycle automatically disabled
Select unit numbers 01 to 03 or all units (AL [wired remote controller]/07 [wireless remote controller])
Settings
Mode
100 Hr
Filter sign
2500 Hr
No filter sign indicator
15 Pa
External static pressure
35 Pa
50 Pa
The same as setting of mode no.08
5 Pa (set mode no. 08 to 1)
Mode no.
01
02
03
05
Mode no.
07
08
10
*1 When the power supply returns, the air conditioner will start 3 minutes later.
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Setting no. Initial setting
1
(*1)
2
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
Setting
Setting no. Initial setting
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
Setting
9. Test run
9.1. Before test run
9.2. Test run
s After completing installation and the wiring and piping of the indoor and outdoor
units, check for refrigerant leakage, looseness in the power supply or control
wiring, wrong polarity, and no disconnection of one phase in the supply.
s Use a 500-volt megohmmeter to check that the resistance between the power
supply terminals and ground is at least 1.0 MΩ.
s Do not carry out this test on the control wiring (low voltage circuit) terminals.
Warning:
Do not use the air conditioner if the insulation resistance is less than 1.0 MΩ.
Insulation resistance
After installation or after the power source to the unit has been cut for an extended
period, the insulation resistance will drop below 1 MΩ due to refrigerant accumulating in the compressor. This is not a malfunction. Perform the following procedures.
1. Remove the wires from the compressor and measure the insulation resistance of
the compressor.
2. If the insulation resistance is below 1 MΩ, the compressor is faulty or the resistance dropped due the accumulation of refrigerant in the compressor.
3. After connecting the wires to the compressor, the compressor will start to warm
up after power is supplied. After supplying power for the times indicated below,
measure the insulation resistance again.
• The insulation resistance drops due to accumulation of refrigerant in the compressor. The resistance will rise above 1 MΩ after the compressor is warmed
up for two to three hours.
(The time necessary to warm up the compressor varies according to atmospheric conditions and refrigerant accumulation.)
• To operate the compressor with refrigerant accumulated in the compressor,
the compressor must be warmed up at least 12 hours to prevent breakdown.
4. If the insulation resistance rises above 1 MΩ, the compressor is not faulty.
9.2.1. Using wired remote controller
Caution:
• The compressor will not operate unless the power supply phase connection
is correct.
• Turn on the power at least 12 hours before starting operation.
- Starting operation immediately after turning on the main power switch can result in
severe damage to internal parts. Keep the power switch turned on during the operational season.
9.3.1. Wired remote controller
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Turn on the power at least 12 hours before the test run.
Press the [TEST] button twice. ➡ “TEST RUN” liquid crystal display
Press the [Mode selection] button. ➡ Make sure that wind is blown out.
Press the [Mode selection] button and switch to the cooling (or heating) mode.
➡ Make sure that cold (or warm) wind is blown out.
Press the [Fan speed] button. ➡ Make sure that the wind speed is switched.
Check operation of the outdoor unit fan.
Release test run by pressing the [ON/OFF] button. ➡ Stop
Register a telephone number.
The telephone number of the repair shop, sales office, etc., to contact if an error
occurs can be registered in the remote controller. The telephone number will be
displayed when an error occurs. For registration procedures, refer to the operation
manual for the indoor unit.
[Fig. 9-1] (P.6)
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
M
ON/OFF button
Test run display
Indoor temperature liquid line temperature display
ON/OFF lamp
Power display
Error code display
Test run remaining time display
Set temperature button
Mode selection button
Fan speed button
TEST button
9.3. Self-check
1
2
3
4
Turn on the power.
Press the [CHECK] button twice.
Set refrigerant address with [TEMP] button if system control is used.
Press the [ON/OFF] button to stop the self-check.
[Fig. 9-2] (P.6)
A
B
C
D
CHECK button
Refrigerant address
TEMP. button
IC: Indoor unit
OC: Outdoor unit
E Check code
• For description of each check code, refer to the following table.
1 Check code
P1
P2, P9
E6, E7
P4
P5
PA
P6
EE
P8
E4
Fb
E0, E3
E1, E2
E9
UP
U3, U4
UF
U2
U1, Ud
U5
U8
U6
U7
U9, UH
Others
Symptom
Intake sensor error
Pipe (Liquid or 2-phase pipe) sensor error
Indoor/outdoor unit communication error
Drain sensor error
Drain pump error
Forced compressor error
Freezing/Overheating safeguard operation
Communication error between indoor and outdoor units
Pipe temperature error
Remote controller signal receiving error
Indoor unit control system error (memory error, etc.)
Remote controller transmission error
Remote controller control board error
Indoor/outdoor unit communication error (Transmitting error) (Outdoor unit)
Compressor overcurrent interruption
Open/short of outdoor unit thermistors
Compressor overcurrent interruption (When compressor locked)
Abnormal high discharging temperature/49C worked/insufficient refrigerant
Abnormal high pressure (63H worked)/Overheating safeguard operation
Abnormal temperature of heat sink
Outdoor unit fan safeguard stop
Compressor overcurrent interruption/Abnormal of power module
Abnormality of super heat due to low discharge temperature
Abnormality such as overvoltage or voltage shortage and abnormal synchronous signal to main circuit/
Current sensor error
Other errors (Refer to the technical manual for the outdoor unit.)
Remark
For details, check the LED display
of the outdoor controller board.
• On wired remote controller
1 Check code displayed in the LCD.
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9. Test run
9.4. AUTO RESTART FUNCTION
Indoor controller board
This model is equipped with the AUTO RESTART FUNCTION.
When the indoor unit is controlled with the remote controller, the operation mode,
set temperature, and the fan speed are memorized by the indoor controller board.
The auto restart function sets to work the moment the power has restored after
power failure, then, the unit will restart automatically.
Set the AUTO RESTART FUNCTION using the remote controller. (Mode no.1)
10.Maintenance
10.1. Gas charge
Note:
In case of adding refrigerant, comply with the quantity specified for the refrigerating
cycle.
[Fig. 10-1] (P.6)
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
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J
K
L
M
Indoor unit
Union
Liquid pipe
Gas pipe
Stop valve
Outdoor unit
Refrigerant gas cylinder operating valve
Refrigerant gas cylinder for R410A with siphon
Refrigerant (liquid)
Electronic scale for refrigerant charging
Charge hose (for R410A)
Gauge manifold valve (for R410A)
Service port
1. Connect gas cylinder to the service port of stop valve (3-way).
2. Execute air purge of the pipe (or hose) coming from refrigerant gas cylinder.
3. Replenish specified amount of refrigerant, while running the air conditioner
for cooling.
Caution:
• Do not discharge the refrigerant into the atmosphere.
Take care not to discharge refrigerant into the atmosphere during installation, reinstallation, or repairs to the refrigerant circuit.
• For additional charging, charge the refrigerant from liquid phase of the gas
cylinder.
If the refrigerant is charged from the gas phase, composition change may
occur in the refrigerant inside the cylinder and the outdoor unit. In this case,
ability of the refrigerating cycle decreases or normal operation can be impossible. However, charging the liquid refrigerant all at once may cause the compressor to be locked. Thus, charge the refrigerant slowly.
To maintain the high pressure of the gas cylinder, warm the gas cylinder with warm
water (under 40°C) during cold season. But never use naked fire or steam.
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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:
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Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/ EC
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 89/
336/ EEC, 2004/108/ EC
Please be sure to put the contact address/telephone number on
this manual before handing it to the customer.
HEAD OFFICE: TOKYO BLDG., 2-7-3, MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN
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