Mitsubishi Electric PUMY-P125 Installation manual

Air-Conditioners
OUTDOOR UNIT
PUMY-P100, P125, P140VHMB
For use with R410A
INSTALLATION MANUAL
FOR INSTALLER
For safe and correct use, read this manual and the indoor unit installation manual thoroughly before installing
the air-conditioner unit.
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und die Installationsanleitung der Innenanlage gründlich durchlesen die Klimaanlage.
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antes de instalar la unidad de aire acondicionado.
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Contents
1.
2.
3.
4.
Safety precautions ...................................................................................
Installation location ..................................................................................
Installing the outdoor unit .........................................................................
Installing the refrigerant piping .................................................................
2
4
6
6
5. Drainage piping work ............................................................................... 9
6. Electrical work .......................................................................................... 9
7. Test run .................................................................................................. 12
Note: This symbol mark is for EU countries only.
This symbol mark is according to the directive 2002/96/EC Article 10 Information for users and Annex IV.
Your MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and components which can be recycled and reused.
This symbol means that electrical and electronic equipment, at their end-of-life, should be disposed of separately from your household waste.
Please, dispose of this equipment at your local community waste collection/recycling centre.
In the European Union there are separate collection systems for used electrical and electronic product.
Please, help us to conserve the environment we live in!
Caution:
• Do not vent R410A into the Atmosphere:
• R410A is a Fluorinated Greenhouse gas, covered by the Kyoto Protocol, with a Global Warming Potential (GWP)=1975.
Confirmation of parts attached
In addition to this manual, the following parts are supplied with the outdoor unit.
They are used for grounding the S terminals of transmission terminal blocks TB3,
TB7. For details refer to “6. Electrical work”.
Grounding lead wire (× 2)
1. Safety precautions
s Before installing the unit, make sure you read all the “Safety precautions”.
s Please report to or take consent by the supply authority before connection to the system.
s Equipment complying with IEC/EN 61000-3-12
Warning:
Describes precautions that must be observed to prevent danger of injury or
death to the user.
Caution:
Describes precautions that must be observed to prevent damage to the unit.
Warning:
• The unit must not be installed by the user. Ask a dealer or an authorized
technician to install the unit. If the unit is installed incorrectly, water leakage,
electric shock, or fire may result.
• For installation work, follow the instructions in the Installation Manual and use
tools and pipe components specifically made for use with R410A refrigerant.
The R410A refrigerant in the HFC system is pressurized 1.6 times the pressure
of usual refrigerants. If pipe components not designed for R410A refrigerant
are used and the unit is not installed correctly, the pipes may burst and cause
damage or injuries. In addition, water leakage, electric shock, or fire may result.
• The unit must be installed according to the instructions in order to minimize
the risk of damage from earthquakes, typhoons, or strong winds. An incorrectly installed unit may fall down and cause damage or injuries.
• 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 and cause
damage or injuries.
• If the air conditioner is installed in a small room, measures must be taken to
prevent the refrigerant concentration in the room from exceeding the safety
limit in the event of refrigerant leakage. Consult a dealer regarding the appropriate measures to prevent the allowable concentration from being exceeded.
Should the refrigerant leak and cause the concentration limit to be exceeded,
hazards due to lack of oxygen in the room may result.
• Ventilate the room if refrigerant leaks during operation. If refrigerant comes
into contact with a flame, poisonous gases will be released.
• All electric work must be performed by a qualified technician according to
local regulations and the instructions given in this manual. The units must be
powered by dedicated power lines and the correct voltage and circuit breakers must be used. Power lines with insufficient capacity or incorrect electrical work may result in electric shock or fire.
2
After installation work has been completed, explain the “Safety Precautions,” use,
and maintenance of the unit to the customer according to the information in the Operation Manual and perform the test run to ensure normal operation. Both the Installation Manual and Operation Manual must be given to the user for keeping. These
manuals must be passed on to subsequent users.
: Indicates a part which must be grounded.
Warning:
Carefully read the labels affixed to the main unit.
• Use C1220 copper phosphorus, for copper and copper alloy seamless pipes,
to connect the refrigerant pipes. If the pipes are not connected correctly, the
unit will not be properly grounded and electric shock may result.
• Use only specified cables for wiring. The connections must be made securely
without tension on the terminals. If the cables are connected or installed incorrectly, overheating or fire may result.
• The terminal block cover panel of the outdoor unit must be firmly attached. If
the cover panel is mounted incorrectly and dust and moisture enter the unit,
electric shock or fire may result.
• When installing or moving the air conditioner, use only the specified refrigerant (R410A) to charge the refrigerant lines. Do not mix it with any other refrigerant and do not allow air to remain in the lines. Air enclosed in the lines can
cause pressure peaks resulting in a rupture and other hazards.
• Use only accessories authorized by Mitsubishi Electric and ask a dealer or
an authorized technician to install them. If accessories are incorrectly installed, water leakage, electric shock, or fire may result.
• Do not alter the unit. Consult a dealer for repairs. If alterations or repairs are
not performed correctly, water leakage, electric shock, or fire may result.
• The user should never attempt to repair the unit or transfer it to another location. If the unit is installed incorrectly, water leakage, electric shock, or fire
may result. If the air conditioner must be repaired or moved, ask a dealer or
an authorized technician.
• After installation has been completed, check for refrigerant leaks. If refrigerant leaks into the room and comes into contact with the flame of a heater or
portable cooking range, poisonous gases will be released.
1. Safety precautions
1.1. Before installation
Caution:
• Do not use the unit in an unusual environment. If the air conditioner is installed in areas úxposed to steam, volatile oil (including machine oil), or sulfuric
gas, areas exposed to high salt content such as the seaside, or areas where
the unit will be covered by snow, the performance can be significantly reduced and the internal parts can be damaged.
• Do not install the unit where combustible gases may leak, be produced, flow,
or accumulate. If combustible gas accumulates around the unit, fire or explosion may result.
• The outdoor unit produces condensation during the heating operation. Make
sure to provide drainage around the outdoor unit if such condensation is
likely to cause damage.
• When installing the unit in a hospital or communications office, be prepared
for noise and electronic interference. Inverters, home appliances, high-frequency medical equipment, and radio communications equipment can cause
the air conditioner to malfunction or breakdown. The air conditioner may also
affect medical equipment, disturbing medical care, and communications equipment, harming the screen display quality.
1.2. Before installation (relocation)
Caution:
• Be extremely careful when transporting the units. Two or more persons are
needed to handle the unit, as it weighs 20 kg or more. Do not grasp the
packaging bands. Wear protective gloves to remove the unit from the packaging and to move it, as you can injure your hands on the fins or other parts.
• Be sure to safely dispose of the packaging materials. Packaging materials, such
as nails and other metal or wooden parts may cause stabs or other injuries.
• The base and attachments of the outdoor unit must be periodically checked
for looseness, cracks or other damage. If such defects are left uncorrected,
the unit may fall down and cause damage or injuries.
• Do not clean the air conditioner unit with water. Electric shock may result.
• Tighten all flare nuts to specification using a torque wrench. If tightened too
much, the flare nut can break after an extended period and refrigerant can
leak out.
1.3. Before electric work
Caution:
• Be sure to install circuit breakers. If not installed, electric shock may result.
• For the power lines, use standard cables of sufficient capacity. Otherwise, a
short circuit, overheating, or fire may result.
• When installing the power lines, do not apply tension to the cables. If the
connections are loosened, the cables can snap or break and overheating or
fire may result.
• Be sure to ground the unit. Do not connect the ground wire to gas or water
pipes, lighting rods, or telephone grounding lines. If the unit is not properly
grounded, electric shock may result.
• Use circuit breakers (ground fault interrupter, isolating switch (+B fuse), and
molded case circuit breaker) with the specified capacity. If the circuit breaker
capacity is larger than the specified capacity, breakdown or fire may result.
1.4. Before starting the test run
Caution:
• Turn on the main power switch more than 12 hours before starting operation.
Starting operation just after turning on the power switch can severely damage the internal parts. Keep the main power switch turned on during the operation season.
• Before starting operation, check that all panels, guards and other protective
parts are correctly installed. Rotating, hot, or high voltage parts can cause
injuries.
• Do not touch any switch with wet hands. Electric shock may result.
• Do not touch the refrigerant pipes with bare hands during operation. The
refrigerant pipes are hot or cold depending on the condition of the flowing
refrigerant. If you touch the pipes, burns or frostbite may result.
• After stopping operation, be sure to wait at least five minutes before turning
off the main power switch. Otherwise, water leakage or breakdown may result.
1.5. Using R410A refrigerant air conditioners
Caution:
• Use C1220 copper phosphorus, for copper and copper alloy seamless pipes,
to connect the refrigerant pipes. Make sure the insides of the pipes are clean
and do not contain any harmful contaminants such as sulfuric compounds,
oxidants, debris, or dust. Use pipes with the specified thickness. (Refer to
page 6) Note the following if reusing existing pipes that carried R22 refrigerant.
- Replace the existing flare nuts and flare the flared sections again.
- Do not use thin pipes. (Refer to page 6)
• Store the pipes to be used during installation indoors and keep both ends of
the pipes sealed until just before brazing. (Leave elbow joints, etc. in their
packaging.) If dust, debris, or moisture enters the refrigerant lines, oil deterioration or compressor breakdown may result.
• Use ester oil, ether oil, alkylbenzene oil (small amount) as the refrigeration oil
applied to the flared sections. If mineral oil is mixed in the refrigeration oil, oil
deterioration may result.
• Do not use refrigerant other than R410A refrigerant. If another refrigerant is
used, the chlorine will cause the oil to deteriorate.
• Use the following tools specifically designed for use with R410A refrigerant.
The following tools are necessary to use R410A refrigerant. Contact your
nearest dealer for any questions.
Tools (for R410A)
Gauge manifold
Charge hose
Gas leak detector
Torque wrench
Flare tool
Size adjustment gauge
Vacuum pump adapter
Electronic refrigerant charging scale
• Be sure to use the correct tools. If dust, debris, or moisture enters the refrigerant lines, refrigeration oil deterioration may result.
• Do not use a charging cylinder. If a charging cylinder is used, the composition of the refrigerant will change and the efficiency will be lowered.
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2. Installation location
2.1. Refrigerant pipe
Refer to Fig. 4-1.
2.2. Choosing the outdoor unit installation location
• Avoid locations exposed to direct sunlight or other sources of heat.
• Select a location from which noise emitted by the unit will not inconvenience
neighbors.
• Select a location permitting easy wiring and pipe access to the power source and
indoor unit.
• Avoid locations where combustible gases may leak, be produced, flow, or accumulate.
• Note that water may drain from the unit during operation.
• Select a level location that can bear the weight and vibration of the unit.
• Avoid locations where the unit can be covered by snow. In areas where heavy snow
fall is anticipated, special precautions such as raising the installation location or
installing a hood on the air intake must be taken to prevent the snow from blocking
the air intake or blowing directly against it. This can reduce the airflow and a malfunction may result.
• Avoid locations exposed to oil, steam, or sulfuric gas.
• Use the transportation handles of the outdoor unit to transport the unit. If the unit is
carried from the bottom, hands or fingers may be pinched.
0
33
+3
(mm)
0
Constraints on indoor unit installation
You should note that indoor units that can be connected to this outdoor unit are the
following models.
• Indoor units with model numbers 15-140 (PUMY-P100: 15-125) can be connected.
Refer to the table 1 below for possible room, indoor unit combinations.
Verification
The rated capacity should be determined by observing the table below. The unit’s
quantities are limited as shown in the following table 2. For the next step, make sure
that the total rated capacity selected will stay in a range of 50% - 130% of the outdoor
unit capacity.
0
1350
95
2.3. Outline dimensions (Outdoor unit) (Fig. 2-1)
• PUMY-P100
• PUMY-P125
• PUMY-P140
17
5
60
0
37
0
Table 1
Indoor unit type
Rated capacity
(Cooling) (kW)
5.6 - 14.6 kW
7.1 - 18.2 kW
8.0 - 20.2 kW
15
20
25
32
40
50
63
71
80
1.7
2.2
2.8
3.6
4.5
5.6
7.1
8.0
9.0 11.2 14.0 16.0
100 125 140
Table 2
Fig. 2-1
Connectable indoor units quantities
PUMY-P100
1-8
PUMY-P125
1-10
PUMY-P140
1-12*
Combinations in which the total capacity of indoor units exceeds the capacity of the
outdoor unit will reduce the cooling capacity of each indoor unit below their rated
cooling capacity. Thus, combine indoor units with an outdoor unit within the outdoor
unit’s capacity, if possible.
* Only when all the indoor units are 1.5 kW model, 12 indoor units can be connected
to 1 outdoor unit.
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2. Installation location
2.4. Ventilation and service space
2.4.2. When installing multiple outdoor units
2.4.1. When installing a single outdoor unit
Leave 10 mm space or more between the units.
1 Obstacles at rear only (Fig. 2-8)
2 Obstacles at rear and above only (Fig. 2-9)
Minimum dimensions are as follows, except for Max., meaning Maximum dimensions,
indicated.
Refer to the figures for each case.
1 Obstacles at rear only (Fig. 2-2)
2 Obstacles at rear and above only (Fig. 2-3)
• No more than three units must be installed side by side. In addition, leave space as shown.
• Do not install the optional air outlet guides for upward airflow.
3 Obstacles at front only (Fig. 2-10)
∗ When using an optional air outlet guide, the clearance is 1000 mm or more.
• Do not install the optional air outlet guides for upward airflow.
4 Obstacles at front and rear only (Fig. 2-11)
3 Obstacles at rear and sides only (Fig. 2-4)
4 Obstacles at front only (Fig. 2-5)
∗ When using an optional air outlet guide, the clearance is 1000 mm or more.
5 Single parallel unit arrangement (Fig. 2-12)
∗ When using an optional air outlet guide, the clearance is 500 mm or more.
∗ When using an optional air outlet guide installed for upward airflow, the clearance is 1000
mm or more.
5 Obstacles at front and rear only (Fig. 2-6)
∗ When using an optional air outlet guide, the clearance is 500 mm or more.
6 Multiple parallel unit arrangement (Fig. 2-13)
6 Obstacles at rear, sides, and above only (Fig. 2-7)
∗ When using an optional air outlet guide installed for upward airflow, the clearance is 1500
mm or more.
• Do not install the optional air outlet guides for upward airflow.
7 Stacked unit arrangement (Fig. 2-14)
• The units can be stacked up to two units high.
• No more than two stacked units must be installed side by side. In addition, leave space as shown.
00
x. 5
1000
Ma
20
0
50
1
Fig. 2-2
0
0
Fig. 2-3
00
30
20
0
30
10
Fig. 2-4
Fig. 2-5
0
. 50
x
Ma
0
1500
25
15
0
00
10
500
25
0
30
0
Fig. 2-6
Fig. 2-7
00
1500
x. 3
Ma
Fig. 2-8
15
00
0
50
0
50
0
1
50
Fig. 2-9
1
Fig. 2-10
Fig. 2-11
0
0
15
00
150
50
00
30
20
0
60
0
60
00
10
0
50
00
15
00
0
80
15
Fig. 2-12
Fig. 2-13
Fig. 2-14
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2. Installation location
2.4.3. Windy location installation
When installing the outdoor unit on a rooftop or other location unprotected from the
wind, situate the air outlet of the unit so that it is not directly exposed to strong winds.
Strong wind entering the air outlet may impede the normal airflow and a malfunction
may result.
The following shows two examples of precautions against strong winds.
1 Install an optional air guide if the unit is installed in a location where strong winds
from a typhoon, etc. may directly enter the air outlet. (Fig. 2-15)
A
A Air guide
B
2 Position the unit so that the air outlet blows perpendicularly to the seasonal wind
direction, if possible. (Fig. 2-16)
B Wind direction
Fig. 2-15
Fig. 2-16
3. Installing the outdoor unit
(mm)
Foundation bolt
Thickness of concrete
Length of bolt
Weight-bearing capacity
A
C
B
Max. 30
D
A
B
C
D
• Make sure that the length of the foundation bolt is within 30 mm of the bottom
surface of the base.
• Secure the base of the unit firmly with four-M10 foundation bolts in sturdy locations.
Installing the outdoor unit
• Do not block the vent. If the vent is blocked, operation will be hindered and breakdown may result.
• In addition to the unit base, use the installation holes on the back of the unit to
attach wires, etc., if necessary to install the unit. Use self-tapping screws (ø5 × 15
mm or less) and install on site.
600
Min. 10 175
175
25
330
370
Min. 360
M10 (3/8")
120 mm
70 mm
320 kg
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 and cause
damage or injuries.
• The unit must be installed according to the instructions in order to minimize
the risk of damage from earthquakes, typhoons, or strong winds. An incorrectly installed unit may fall down and cause damage or injuries.
M10 (3/8") bolt
Base
As long as possible.
Vent
600
• Be sure to install the unit in a sturdy, level surface to prevent rattling noises during
operation. (Fig. 3-1)
<Foundation specifications>
950
Fig. 3-1
4. Installing the refrigerant piping
4.1. Precautions for devices that use R410A refrigerant
• Refer to page 3 for precautions not included below on using air conditioners
with R410A refrigerant.
• Use ester oil, ether oil, alkylbenzene oil (small amount) as the refrigeration oil
applied to the flared sections.
• Use C1220 copper phosphorus, for copper and copper alloy seamless pipes,
to connect the refrigerant pipes. Use refrigerant pipes with the thicknesses
specified in the table to the below. Make sure the insides of the pipes are
clean and do not contain any harmful contaminants such as sulfuric compounds, oxidants, debris, or dust.
Warning:
When installing or moving the air conditioner, use only the specified refrigerant (R410A) to charge the refrigerant lines. Do not mix it with any other refrigerant and do not allow air to remain in the lines. Air enclosed in the lines can
cause pressure peaks resulting in a rupture and other hazards.
Indoor unit type
Liquid pipe
Gas pipe
15-50
ø6.35 thickness 0.8 mm
ø12.7 thickness 0.8 mm
63-140
ø9.52 thickness 0.8 mm
ø15.88 thickness 1.0 mm
• Do not use pipes thinner than those specified above.
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4. Installing the refrigerant piping
A+B+C+a+b+c+d = 120 m
L = A+B+C+d = 80 m
R= B+C+d = 30 m
H = 50 m (Outdoor lower H = 20 m)
h = 12 m
A
L
H
r
B
B
a
b
c
C
C
h
C
d
C
C
(mm)
PUMY-P100-140
Å Liquid pipe
ø9.52
B, C, D
Ç Total capacity of indoor units
a, b, c, d, e, f
Î Model number
15, 20, 25, 32, 40, 50
63, 80, 100, 125, 140
Å Liquid pipe
ø9.52
ı Gas pipe
ø15.88
(mm)
ı Gas pipe
ø15.88
(mm)
Å Liquid pipe
ø6.35
ø9.52
ı Gas pipe
ø12.7
ø15.88
‰ Branch kit model
CMY-Y62-G-E
A+a+b+c+d = 120 m
L = A+d = 80 m, R= d = 30 m
H = 50 m (Outdoor lower H = 20 m)
h = 12 m
A
A
Ï 4-Branching header
CMY-Y64-G-E
Ì 8-Branching header
CMY-Y68-G-E
L
A : Outdoor Unit
B : First Branch
C : Indoor unit
r
H
B
b
a
c
d
C
h
C C
C
Fig. 4-1
4.2. Connecting pipes (Fig. 4-2)
B
Fig. 4-1 is a sample of piping system.
• When commercially available copper pipes are used, wrap liquid and gas pipes
with commercially available insulation materials (heat-resistant to 100°C or more,
thickness of 12 mm or more).
• The indoor parts of the drain pipe should be wrapped with polyethylene foam insulation materials (specific gravity of 0.03, thickness of 9 mm or more).
• Apply thin layer of refrigerant oil to pipe and joint seating surface before tightening
flare nut. A
• Use two wrenches to tighten piping connections. B
• Use leak detector or soapy water to check for gas leaks after connections are completed.
• Apply refrigerating machine oil over the entire flare seat surface. C
• Use the flare nuts for the following pipe size. D
øA
45°±2°
R0
90° ±0.5°
A
.4~
R0
.8
A Flare cutting dimensions
B Flare nut tightening torque
C
Gas side
Liquid side
D
Fig. 4-2
A (Fig. 4-2)
Copper pipe O.D.
(mm)
ø6.35
ø9.52
ø12.7
ø15.88
B (Fig. 4-2)
Flare nut O.D.
(mm)
17
22
22
26
29
29
36
Tightening torque
(N·m)
14 - 18
34 - 42
34 - 42
49 - 61
68 - 82
68 - 82
100 - 120
1 Pipes must be connected starting from the indoor unit.
Flare nuts must be tightened with a torque wrench.
2 Flare the liquid pipes and gas pipes and apply a thin layer of refrigeration oil
(Applied on site).
• When usual pipe sealing is used, refer to Table 3 for flaring of R410A refrigerant
pipes.
The size adjustment gauge can be used to confirm A measurements.
Table 3 (Fig. 4-3)
A
A
B
A
Outdoor unit
100-140
ø15.88
ø9.52
• When bending the pipes, be careful not to break them. Bend radius of 100 mm to
150 mm is sufficient.
• Make sure the pipes do not contact the compressor. Abnormal noise or vibration
may result.
Flare dimensions
øA dimensions (mm)
8.7 - 9.1
12.8 - 13.2
16.2 - 16.6
19.3 - 19.7
Copper pipe O.D.
(mm)
ø6.35
ø6.35
ø9.52
ø12.7
ø12.7
ø15.88
ø15.88
Pipe size (mm)
Pipe size (mm)
Indoor unit
15-50
63-140
ø12.7
ø15.88
ø6.35
ø9.52
Die
Copper pipe
Copper pipe O.D.
(mm)
ø6.35 (1/4")
ø9.52 (3/8")
ø12.7 (1/2")
ø15.88 (5/8")
A (mm)
Flare tool for R410A
Flare tool for R22·R407C
Clutch type
0 - 0.5
1.0 - 1.5
0 - 0.5
1.0 - 1.5
0 - 0.5
1.0 - 1.5
0 - 0.5
1.0 - 1.5
B
Fig. 4-3
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4. Installing the refrigerant piping
4.3. Refrigerant piping (Fig. 4-4)
C
D
A
B
C
D
E
B
Front piping cover
Piping cover
Stop valve
Service panel
Bend radius : 100 mm - 150 mm
A
E
Fig. 4-4
B
A
C
4.4. Refrigerant pipe airtight testing method (Fig. 4-5)
H
D
E
F
I
C
G
A
B
C
D
E
F Sealed, same way for gas side
G Pipe cover
H Do not use a wrench here.
Refrigerant leakage may result.
I Use two wrenches here.
Stop valve
Stop valve
Service port
Open/Close section
Local pipe
Remove the service panel D (three screws) and the front piping cover A (two screws)
and rear piping cover B (two screws).
1 Perform refrigerant piping connections for the indoor/outdoor unit when the outdoor unit’s stop valve is completely closed.
2 Vacuum-purge air from the indoor unit and the connection piping.
3 After connecting the refrigerant pipes, check the connected pipes and the indoor
unit for gas leaks. (Refer to 4.4. Refrigerant pipe airtight testing method)
4 A high-performance vacuum pump is used at the stop valve service port to maintain a vacuum for an adequate time (at least one hour after reaching –101 kPa (5
Torr)) in order to vacuum dry the inside of the pipes. Always check the degree of
vacuum at the gauge manifold. If there is any moisture left in the pipe, the degree
of vacuum is sometimes not reached with short-time vacuum application.
After vacuum drying, completely open the stop valves (both liquid and gas) for the
outdoor unit. This completely links the indoor and outdoor coolant circuits.
• If the stop valves are left closed and the unit is operated, the compressor and
control valves will be damaged.
• Use a leak detector or soapy water to check for gas leaks at the pipe connection sections of the outdoor unit.
• Do not use the refrigerant from the unit to purge air from the refrigerant lines.
• After the valve work is completed, tighten the valve caps to the correct torque:
20 to 25 N·m (200 to 250 kgf·cm).
Failure to replace and tighten the caps may result in refrigerant leakage. In
addition, do not damage the insides of the valve caps as they act as a seal to
prevent refrigerant leakage.
5 Use sealant to seal the ends of the thermal insulation around the pipe connection
sections to prevent water from entering the thermal insulation.
(1) Connect the testing tools.
• Make sure the stop valves A B are closed and do not open them.
• Add pressure to the refrigerant lines through the service port C of the stop
valve A and the stop valve B.
(2) Do not add pressure to the specified pressure all at once; add pressure little by little.
1 Pressurize to 0.5 MPa (5 kgf/cm2G), wait five minutes, and make sure the
pressure does not decrease.
2 Pressurize to 1.5 MPa (15 kgf/cm2G), wait five minutes, and make sure the
pressure does not decrease.
3 Pressurize to 4.15 MPa (41.5 kgf/cm2G) and measure the surrounding temperature and refrigerant pressure.
(3) If the specified pressure holds for about one day and does not decrease, the pipes
have passed the test and there are no leaks.
• If the surrounding temperature changes by 1°C, the pressure will change by
about 0.01 MPa (0.1 kgf/cm2G). Make the necessary corrections.
(4) If the pressure decreases in steps (2) or (3), there is a gas leak. Look for the
source of the gas leak.
Fig. 4-5
(1)
4.5. Stop valve opening method
(2)
B
The stop valve opening method varies according to the outdoor unit model. Use the
appropriate method to open the stop valves.
(1) Type A (Fig. 4-6)
1 Remove the cap, then turn one-quarter rotation counter-clockwise with a flat-bladed
screwdriver to complete open.
2 Check that the valves are fully open, then return the cap to its original state and
tighten it down.
B
A
D
A
E
E
K
C
F
C
G
H
H
Type A
Type B
Fig. 4-6
(3)
1
B
2
C
E
J
H
Type C
Fig. 4-7
8
I
(2) Type B (Fig. 4-6)
1 Remove the cap, pull the handle toward you and rotate 1/4 turn in a counterclockwise direction to open.
2 Make sure that the stop valve is open completely, push in the handle and rotate
the cap back to its original position.
(3) Type C (Fig. 4-7)
1 Remove the cap and turn the valve rod counterclockwise as far as it will go with
the use of a 4 mm hexagonal wrench. Stop turning when it hits the stopper.
2 Make sure that the stop valve is open completely and rotate the cap back to its
original position.
A
B
C
D
E
F
Valve
Unit side
Service port
Handle
Cap
Completely closed
G
H
I
J
K
Completely open
(On-side installation) Refrigerant piping side
Direction the refrigerant flows in
Wrench hole
Operation section
Refrigerant pipes are protectively wrapped
• The pipes can be protectively wrapped up to a diameter of ø90 before or after
connecting the pipes. Cut out the knockout in the pipe cover following the groove
and wrap the pipes.
Pipe inlet gap
• Use putty or sealant to seal the pipe inlet around the pipes so that no gaps remain.
(If the gaps are not closed, noise may be emitted or water and dust will enter the
unit and breakdown may result.)
4. Installing the refrigerant piping
* The figure to the left is an example only.
The stop valve shape, service port position, etc., may vary according to the
model.
* Turn section A only.
(Do not further tighten sections A and
B together. )
Precautions when using the charge valve (Fig.4-8)
Do not tighten the service port too much when installing it, otherwise, the valve core
could be deformed and become loose, causing a gas leak.
After positioning section B in the desired direction, turn section A only and tighten it.
Do not further tighten sections A and B together after tightening section A.
C Charge hose
D Service port
Fig. 4-8
4.6. Additional refrigerant charge
Refrigerant of 3 kg equivalent to 50 m total extended piping length is already included
when the outdoor unit is shipped. Thus, if the total extended piping length is 50 m or
less, there is no need to charge with additional refrigerant.
Calculation of Additional Refrigerant Charge
• If the total extended piping length exceeds 50 m, calculate the required additional
refrigerant charge using the procedure shown below.
• If the calculated additional refrigerant charge is a negative amount, do not charge
with any refrigerant.
<Additional Charge>
Additional
refrigerant charge
=
(kg)
Liquid pipe size
Total length of
ø9.52 × 0.06
(m) × 0.06 (kg/m)
+
Liquid pipe size
Total length of
ø6.35 × 0.024
–
Refrigerant
amount for
outdoor unit
(m) × 0.024 (kg/m)
<Example> (Please see the lower half of Fig. 4-1.)
Outdoor model : 125
Indoor 1 : 63 A : ø9.52 30 m
a : ø9.52
2 : 40
b : ø6.35
3 : 25
c : ø6.35
4 : 20
d : ø6.35
The total length of each liquid line is as follows
ø9.52 : A + a = 30 + 15 = 45 m
ø6.35 : b + c + d = 10 + 10 + 20 = 40 m
Therefore,
<Calculation example>
Additional refrigerant charge
= 45 × 0.06 + 40 × 0.024 – 3.0 = 0.7 kg (rounded up)
15 m
10 m
10 m
20 m
At the conditions
below:
3.0 kg
5. Drainage piping work
Outdoor unit drainage pipe connection
When drain piping is necessary, use the drain socket or the drain pan (option).
Drain socket
Drain pan
P100-140
PAC-SG61DS-E
PAC-SG64DP-E
6. Electrical work
6.1. Caution
1 Follow ordinance of your governmental organization for technical standard related to electrical equipment, wiring regulations and guidance of each electric
power company.
2 Wiring for control (hereinafter referred to as transmission line) shall be (5 cm or
more) apart from power source wiring so that it is not influenced by electric noise
from power source wiring. (Do not insert transmission line and power source wire
in the same conduit.)
3 Be sure to provide designated grounding work to outdoor unit.
4 Give some allowance to wiring for electrical part box of indoor and outdoor units,
because the box is sometimes removed at the time of service work.
5 Never connect the main power source to terminal block of transmission line. If
connected, electrical parts will be burnt out.
6 Use 2-core shield cable for transmission line. If transmission lines of different
systems are wired with the same multiple-core cable, the resultant poor transmitting and receiving will cause erroneous operations.
7 Only the transmission line specified should be connected to the terminal block for
outdoor unit transmission.
(Transmission line to be connected with indoor unit : Terminal block TB3 for transmission line, Other : Terminal block TB7 for centralized control)
Erroneous connection does not allow the system to operate.
8 In case to connect with the upper class controller or to conduct group operation in
different refrigerant systems, the control line for transmission is required between
the outdoor units each other.
Connect this control line between the terminal blocks for centralized control. (2wire line with no polarity)
When conducting group operation in different refrigerant systems without connecting to the upper class controller, replace the insertion of the short circuit
connector from CN41 of one outdoor unit to CN40.
9 Group is set by operating the remote controller.
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6. Electrical work
L
N
M1
TB1
M2 S
M1
TB3
A
6.2. Control box and connecting position of wiring
(Fig. 6-1)
C
D
M2 S
TB7
B
A:
B:
C:
D:
Power source
Transmission line
Screw on the electrical component box
Screw on the electrical component box
Fig. 6-1
1. Connect the indoor unit transmission line to transmission terminal block (TB3), or
connect the wiring between outdoor units or the wiring with the centralized control system to the centralized control terminal block (TB7).
When using shielded wiring, connect shield ground of the indoor unit transmission line to the screw (C or D) and connect shield ground of the line between
outdoor units and the central control system transmission line to the shield (S)
terminal of the centralized control terminal block (TB7) shield (S) terminal. In
addition, in the case of outdoor units whose power supply connector CN41 has
been replaced by CN40, the shield terminal (S) of terminal block (TB7) of the
centralized control system should also be connected to the screw C or D using
attached lead wire.
2. Conduit mounting plates (ø27) are being provided. Pass the power supply and
transmission wires through the appropriate knock-out holes, then remove the
knock-out piece from the bottom of the terminal box and connect the wires.
3. Fix power source wiring to terminal box by using buffer bushing for tensile force
(PG connection or the like).
6.3. Wiring transmission cables
1 Types of control cables
1. Wiring transmission cables
• Types of transmission cables: Shielding wire CVVS or CPEVS or MVVS
• Cable diameter: More than 1.25 mm2
• Maximum wiring length: Within 200 m
3. MA Remote control cables
2. M-NET Remote control cables
2 Wiring examples
• Controller name, symbol and allowable number of controllers.
Name
Symbol
Allowable number of controllers
Outdoor unit controller
OC
–
PUMY-P100 1 to 8 units per 1 OC
PUMY-P125 1 to 10 units per 1 OC
Indoor unit controller
IC
PUMY-P140 1 to 12 units per 1 OC
RC
Maximum of 12 controllers
(M-NET)
for 1 OC
Remote controller
RC
MA
Maximum of 2 per group
Sheathed 2-core cable (unshielded) CVV
0.3 to 1.25 mm2 (0.75 to 1.25 mm2)*
When 10 m is exceeded, use cable with the
same specifications as 1. Wiring transmission
Remarks
cables.
* Connected with simple remote controller.
Kind of remote control cable
Cable diameter
Kind of remote control cable Sheathed 2-core cable (unshielded) CVV
0.3 to 1.25 mm2 (0.75 to 1.25 mm2)*
Cable diameter
Within 200 m
Remarks
* Connected with simple remote controller.
Example of a group operation system with multiple outdoor units (Shielding wires and address setting are
necessary.)
<Examples of Transmission Cable Wiring>
■ M-NET Remote Controller (Fig. 6-2)
■ MA Remote Controller (Fig. 6-3)
<Wiring Method and Address Settings>
a. Always use shielded wire when making connections between the outdoor unit (OC) and the indoor unit (IC), as well for all OC-OC, and IC-IC wiring intervals.
b. Use feed wiring to connect terminals M1 and M2 and the ground terminal on the transmission cable terminal block (TB3) of each outdoor unit (OC) to terminals M1, M2
and terminal S on the transmission cable block of the indoor unit (IC).
c. Connect terminals 1 (M1) and 2 (M2) on the transmission cable terminal block of the indoor unit (IC) that has the most recent address within the same group to the
terminal block on the remote controller (RC).
d. Connect together terminals M1, M2 and terminal S on the terminal block for central control (TB7) for the outdoor unit (OC).
e. The jumper connector CN41 on the control panel does not change.
f. Connect shield ground of the indoor units transmission line to the shield (S) terminal of (TB3) and also connect (S) terminal to screw C or D using attached lead wire.
Connect shield ground of the line between outdoor units and the central control system transmission line to the shield (S) terminal of (TB7).
g. Set the address setting switch as follows.
Unit
IC (Main)
Range
01 to 50
IC (Sub)
01 to 50
Outdoor Unit
51 to 100
M-NET R/C (Main)
M-NET R/C (Sub)
MA R/C
101 to 150
151 to 200
–
Setting Method
Use the most recent address within the same group of indoor units
Use an address, other than that of the IC (Main) from among the units within the same group of indoor units. This must be
in sequence with the IC (Main)
Use the most recent address of all the indoor units plus 50
* The address automatically becomes “100” if it is set as “01 - 50”.
Set at an IC (Main) address within the same group plus 100
Set at an IC (Main) address within the same group plus 150
Unnecessary address setting (Necessary main/sub setting)
h. The group setting operations among the multiple indoor units is done by the remote controller (RC) after the electrical power has been turned on.
<Permissible Lengths>
1 M-NET Remote controller
• Max length via outdoor units: L1+L2+L3+L4 and L1+L2+L3+L5 and L1+L2+L6+L7 = 500 m (1.25 mm2 or more)
• Max transmission cable length: L1 and L3+L4 and L3+L5 and L6 and L2+L6 and L7 = 200 m (1.25 mm2 or more)
• Remote controller cable length: r1, r2, r2+r3, r4 = 10 m (0.5 to 1.25 mm2)
If the length exceeds 10 m, use a 1.25 mm2 shielded wire. The length of this section (L8) should be included in the calculation of the
maximum length and overall length.
2 MA Remote controller
• Max length via outdoor unit (M-NET cable): L1+L2+L3+L4 and L1+L2+L6+L7 = 500 m (1.25 mm2 or more)
• Max transmission cable length (M-NET cable): L1 and L3+L4 and L6 and L2+L6 and L7 = 200 m (1.25 mm2 or more)
• Remote controller cable length:c1 and c1+c2 +c3 and c1+c2+c3+c4 = 200 m (0.3 to 1.25 mm2)
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6. Electrical work
■ M-NET Remote Controller
■ MA Remote Controller
L1
A
OC
F
IC
IC
IC
(01)
(02)
(05)
(06)
IC
(51)
(51)
TB5
M1M2 S
TB5
M1M2 S
M1M2 S M1M2 S
TB7
A B
A B
(105)
(155)
RC
RC
RC
IC
G
E
L4
IC
L2
TB15
1 2
TB5
M1M2 S
TB15
1 2
(06)
TB5
M1M2 S
A B
A B
A B
MA
MA
MA
IC
IC
TB15
1 2
c4
E
L4
IC
C or D
TB5
M1M2 S
(07)
IC
M1M2 S M1M2 S
TB7
L6
C or D
TB5
M1M2 S
TB5
M1M2 S
TB15
1 2
(104)
M1M2 S
RC
L7
A B
G-50A
Power Supply
Unit
TB15
1 2
A B
MA
M1M2 S
B
Fig. 6-3
Fig. 6-2
E:
F:
G:
( ):
TB5
M1M2 S
G-50A
B
Group 1
Group 3
Screw on the electrical component box
Screw on the electrical component box
(07)
TB15
1 2
M1M2 S
r4
M1M2S
(04)
(03)
TB3
TB5
M1M2 S
L5
TB5
M1M2 S
Power Supply
Unit
L6
TB5
M1M2 S
IC
c2
(53)
(04)
(03)
TB3
L7
(05)
L3
OC
(53)
M1M2 S M1M2 S
TB7
A:
B:
C:
D:
(02)
c1
L2
A B
(101)
L3
TB15
1 2
r3
G
OC
TB5
M1M2 S
C or D
IC
c1
TB5
M1M2 S
r2
TB5
M1M2 S
IC
c1
C or D
r1
M1M2 S M1M2 S
TB7
c2
(01)
TB3
c3
TB3
F
A
OC
IC
c3
L1
Sub Remote Controller
Group 5
Shielded Wire
Address
6.4. Wiring of main power supply and equipment capacity
Schematic Drawing of Wiring (Example) (Fig. 6-4)
C
~/N 220/230/240 V 50 Hz
~/N 220 V 60 Hz
A
B
~/N 220/230/240 V 50 Hz
~/N 220 V 60 Hz
A
D
A
B
C
D
:
:
:
:
D
D
D
Switch (Breakers for Wiring and Current Leakage)
Outdoor Unit
Pull Box
Indoor Unit
Fig. 6-4
Thickness of Wire for Main Power Supply and On/Off Capacities
Power Supply
Model
Outdoor Unit
P100-140
Indoor Unit
~/N 220/230/240 V 50 Hz
~/N 220 V 60 Hz *2
~/N 220/230/240 V 50 Hz
~/N 220 V 60 Hz
Minimum Wire Thickness (mm2)
Branch
Ground
Main Cable
Breaker for
Wiring*1
Breaker for Current Leakage
5.5 (6)
–
5.5 (6)
32 A
32 A 30 mA 0.1 sec. or less
1.5
1.5
1.5
15 A
15 A 30 mA 0.1 sec. or less
*1. A breaker with at least 3.0 mm contact separation in each poles shall be provided. Use non-fuse breaker (NF) or earth leakage breaker (NV).
*2. Max. Permissive System Impedance 0.22 (Ω)
1. Use a separate power supply for the outdoor unit and indoor unit.
2. Bear in mind ambient conditions (ambient temperature, direct sunlight, rain water, etc.) when proceeding with the wiring and connections.
3. The wire size is the minimum value for metal conduit wiring. The power cord size should be 1 rank thicker consideration of voltage drops.
Make sure the power-supply voltage does not drop more than 10%.
4. Specific wiring requirements should adhere to the wiring regulations of the region.
5. Power supply cords of parts of appliances for outdoor use shall not be lighter than polychloroprene sheathed flexible cord (design 60245 IEC57). For
example, use wiring such as YZW.
6. Install an earth longer than other cables.
Warning:
• Be sure to use specified wires to connect so that no external force is imparted to terminal connections. If connections are not fixed firmly, it may cause heating
or fire.
• Be sure to use the appropriate type of overcurrent protection switch. Note that generated overcurrent may include some amount of direct current.
Caution:
• Some installation site may require attachment of an earth leakage breaker. If no earth leakage breaker is installed, it may cause an electric shock.
• Do not use anything other than breaker and fuse with correct capacity. Using fuse and wire or copper wire with too large capacity may cause a malfunction of
unit or fire.
IMPORTANT
Make sure that the current leakage breaker is one compatible with higher harmonics.
Always use a current leakage breaker that is compatible with higher harmonics as this unit is equipped with an inverter.
The use of an inadequate breaker can cause the incorrect operation of inverter.
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7. Test run
7.1. Before 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 M-ohm tester to check that the resistance between the power
supply terminals and ground is at least 1 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 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 four 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.
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.
s The followings must be checked as well.
• The outdoor unit is not faulty. LED on the control board of the outdoor unit flash
when the outdoor unit is faulty.
• Both the gas and liquid stop valves are completely open.
7.2. Test run
7.2.1. Using remote controller
7.2.2. Using SW3 in outdoor unit
Refer to the indoor unit installation manual.
Note:
In case of the test run from outdoor unit, all indoor units operate. Therefore,
you can not detect any erroneous connection of refrigerant pipes and the connecting wires. If it aims at detection of any erroneous connection, be sure to
carry out the test run from remote controller with reference to “7.2.1. Using
remote controller.”
• Be sure to perform the test run for each indoor unit. Make sure each indoor
unit operates properly following the installation manual attached to the unit.
• If you perform the test run for all indoor units at once, you cannot detect any
erroneous connection, if any, of the refrigerant pipes and the connecting wires.
* The compressor operation is not available for 3 minutes at least after the
power is supplied.
• The compressor can emit noise just after turn on the power supply or in case
of low outside air temperature.
About the restart protective mechanism
Once the compressor stops, the restart preventive device operates so the compressor will not operate for 3 minutes to protect the air conditioner.
SW3-1
SW3-2
SW3-1
SW3-2
ON
OFF
ON
ON
Cooling operation
Heating operation
* After performing the test run, set SW3-1 to OFF.
• A few seconds after the compressor starts, a clanging noise may be heard from the
inside of the outdoor unit. The noise is coming from the check valve due to the small
difference in pressure in the pipes. The unit is not faulty.
The test run operation mode cannot be changed by DIP switch SW3-2 during
the test run. (To change the test run operation mode during the test run, stop
the test run by DIP switch SW3-1. After changing the test run operation mode,
resume the test run by switch SW3-1.)
7.3. Refrigerant collecting (Pump down)
Before removing air conditioners for transfer to another location, always close the
stop valve (for both liquid and gas pipes) located at the outdoor unit, then remove the
indoor and outdoor units. At this time, the refrigerant in the indoor unit will be discharged. To minimize the refrigerant discharged, a pump down operation is required.
This operation collects the refrigerant present inside the air conditioner and sends it
into the heat exchanger located in the outdoor unit.
Pump down procedure
1 Operate all indoor units in cooling mode and check that the operation mode has
changed to “COOL”. (Set the units so that cooling operation mode is activated
during the pump down operation (when the TEST RUN button is pressed).)
2 Connect a gauge manifold valve (with pressure gauge) to the stop valve of the
gas pipe, to enable measurement of refrigerant pressure.
3 After setting the outdoor service switch SW3-2 to OFF, set the switch SW3-1 to
ON. (The unit will start in cooling mode.)
4 After the cooling operation has been carried out for approximately five minutes,
set the outdoor service switch SW2-4 (pump down switch) from OFF to ON.
5 Close the stop valve on the liquid pipe, with the cooling operation still ON. (Pump
down operation will start.)
6 When the reading of the pressure gauge reaches 0 to 0.1 MPa (0 to 1 kg/cm2G)
or when approximately 5 minutes have elapsed following the start of the pump
down operation, fully close the stop valve on the gas pipe and stop the air conditioner by setting the switch SW3-1 to OFF immediately.
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7 Set the outdoor service switch SW2-4 from ON to OFF.
8 Remove the gauge manifold valve and put the cap back onto each stop valve.
Note:
1 Never carry out pump down operation if the amount of refrigerant inside
the indoor unit is larger than the amount of charge-less refrigerant.
Carrying out a pump down operation when the amount of refrigerant exceeds the amount of charge-less refrigerant will cause an extreme pressure rise and may result in an accident.
2 Do not continue to operate for a long time with the switch SW2-4 set to ON.
Make sure to switch it to OFF after pump down is completed.
3 Test run can be carried out when the test run switch SW3-1 is ON. Switch
SW3-2 is used to operating mode selection. (ON: Heating, OFF: Cooling)
4 Time required for a pump down operation is three to five minutes after the
stop valve on the liquid pipe has been closed. (It depends on the ambient
temperature and amount of refrigerant inside the indoor unit.)
5 Ensure that the reading of the pressure gauge does not drop below 0 MPa
(0 kg/cm2G). If it drops 0 MPa (0 kg/cm2G) (i.e. vacuum is created), air will be
drawn into the unit if there are any loose connections.
6 Even if the reading of the pressure gauge does not drop below 0 MPa (0 kg/
cm2G), always stop the pump down operation within approximately five minutes after the stop valve on the liquid pipe has been fully closed.
This product is designed and intended for use in the residential,
commercial and light-industrial environment.
The product at hand is
based on the following
EU regulations:
•
•
Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/ EC
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 89/
2004/108/ EC
Please be sure to put the contact address/telephone number on
this manual before handing it to the customer.
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