SPLIT AIR-CONDITIONER
OWNER'S MANUAL
AIRMASTER
1 JOYNTON AVENUE
WATERLOO NSW 2017 AUSTRALIA
TEL: (02) 9313 7111
FAX: (02) 9313 7555
www.palsonic.com.au
AIRMASTER CUSTOMER SERVICE
TELEPHONE
AUSTRALIA: 1300 657 888
Thank you for selecting super quality Air Conditioner. To ensure satisfactory
operation for many years to come, this Owner's Manual should be read carefully
be fore using your air conditioner. After reading. store it in a Safe place. Please refer
to the manual for questions on use or in the event that any irregularities occur.
This Air Conditioner should be used for household use.
CONTENTS
Safety Precautions ....................................................................................................................
1
Identification of Parts ................................................................................................................. 2
Remote Controller .....................................................................................................................
4
Operation Instructions ...............................................................................................................
6
Maintenance .............................................................................................................................. 8
Protection ..................................................................................................................................
9
Troubleshooting ......................................................................................................................... 10
Installation Instructions .............................................................................................................. 11
Preparation before use
Before using the air conditioner, be sure to check and preset the following.
Remote Controller presetting
The remote controller is NOT presetting as Cooling Only Air Conditioner or Heat Pump by manufacturer.
Each time after the remote controller replaces batteries or is energised, the arrowhead will flashes on the
Front of "Heat" or "Cool" on LCD of the remote controller.
User can preset the remote controller type depending on the air conditioner type you have purchased as
follows:
Press any button when the arrowhead flashes and pointing to "Heat, then Heat Pump is set
Press any button when the arrowhead flashes and pointing to "Cool", then Cooling Only is set.
If you don't press any button within 10 seconds, the remote controller is preset as Heat Pump automatically.
Note:
if the air conditioner you purchased is a Cooling only one, but you preset the remote controller as Heat Pump,
it doesn't bring any matter. But if the air conditioner you purchased is a Heat Pump one, and you preset the
emote controller as Cooling Only, then you CAN NOT preset the Heating operation with the remote controller.
Auto-restart Presetting:
The appliance is preset as no auto-restart function by manufacture. If Auto-restart function is needed, follow the
step below to activate this function:
1) Make sure the Air-con's power is off:
2) Press down and hold the Emergency button (ON/OFF )on the indoor unit then electrify.
3) Keep pressing the Emergency button for over 10 seconds until three short beeps are heard.
The Auto-restart function is then activated. To cancel the Auto-restart function, repeat above procedure until four
short beeps are heard.
Safety precautions
Symbols in this Use and Care Manual are interpreted as shown below.
Be sure not to do.
Be sure to follow this instruction.
The feature of the appliance,
instead of a fault.
Grounding is essential.
Pay attention to such a situation.
Warning: Incorrect handling could
cause a serious hazard, such as death,
serious injury, etc.
Use correct power supply in accordance
with the rating plate requirement
Otherwise, serious faults or hazard may.
occur or a tie maybe break out.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must
be replaced by the manufacturer, its
service agent or similarly qualified
persons in order to avoid a hazard.
Keep the power supply circuit breaker
or plug away from dirt. Connect the power
supply cord to it firmly and correctly,
lest an electric shock or a fire break out
due to insufficient contact may occur.
Do not use the power supply circuit
breaker or pull off the plug to turn it off
during operation. This may cause a
fire due to a spark, etc.
Do not tangle, pull or press the power
supply cord, as this cold will be damaged
and an electric shock or fire is probably
caused by a broken power supply cord.
Never insert a stick or simile obstacle
to the unit. When the fan rotates at high
speed, this may cause an injury.
It is harmful to your health if the cool air
reaches you for a long period. It is advisable
to allow the air flow to circulate to all the
whole room.
Firstly turn off the appliance by remote
controller before cutting off power supply
if malfunction occurs.
Do not repair the appliance by yourself.
If this is done incorrectly, It may cause an
electric shock etc.
Prevent the airflow from reaching gas
burners and stoves.
Do not touch the operation buttons
when your hands are wet.
Do not put any objects on the outdoor
unit.
It is the user's responsibility to ground
the appliance according to local codes
or ordinances by a licensed technician.
SLEEP TIMER ON TIMER OFF
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
SLEEP
TIMER
MODE
AUTO
HIGH
MID
LOW
SWING
FAN
SWING
ON/OFF
Notes: For the purpose of innovation and improvement, above products are subject to change without prior notice.
The air conditioner is not a toy, please keep away from children!
1
Identification of parts
Indoor unit
Air intake
Front Panel
Emergency Panel
Display Panel
Air Outlet
Vertical Adjustment
Louvre
Horizontal Adjustment
Louvre
Charcoal Filter
(optional)
Electrostatic Filter
(optional)
Air Filter
Remote Controller
Air Intake
Outdoor unit
Drain Hose
Note: Condensate water drains
at COOLING or DRY operation
Pipes and Power
Connection Cord
Air Outlet
The figures in this manual are based on the external view of a standard model
Consequently, the shape may differ from that of the air conditioner you have selected..
2
Identification of parts
Operating and Display
Signal Receives
Sleep Indicator
Receive signal from the
remote controller.
It lights up during the
set sleep function.
Timer Indicator
It lights up during the
set time.
Power Indicator
It lights up when
power supply is on.
Run Indicator
It is on during operation.
The above operating sketch map is suitable for E, F, G, H, J, K, M, N series.
Temperature Display
Temperature Display
Switch display of
environmental temperature
and setting temperature
Signal Receives
Select display of
environmental temperature
and setting temperature
Receive signal from the
remote controller.
Power Indicator
Run Indicator
It lights up when
power supply is on.
It is on during operation.
Sleep Indicator
It lights up during the
set sleep function.
Sleep Timer
Timer Indicator
It lights up during the
set sleep function.
It lights up during the
set time.
Power Indicator
It lights up when
power supply is on.
The above operating sketch map is suitable for L, R series.
The above operating sketch map is suitable for Q series.
Emergency button
Used to control the unit when the
remote controller H out of work.
This operation way is suitable for N.
R. L. M. 0 series.
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
Emergency button
Used to control the unit when the
remote controller is out of work
This operation way is suitable for E.
F. G. H. J. K series.
Remarks: When remote controller is out of work, open the panel and you can see emergency button there, see the
above picture. The emergency button for 50, 70, 90 series is at the top right, see " ON/OFF " button there.
Auto-restart set:
the appliance is preset as no auto-restart function by manufacturer. If Auto-restart function is needed, follow the
below step to activate this function:
1) Make sure the Air-con's power is off .
2) Press down and hold the Emergency button (ON/OFF )on the indoor unit then electrify .
3) Keep pressing the Emergency button for over 10 seconds until three short beeps are heard, then Auto-restart
function is activated. To cancel the Auto-restart function, repeat above procedure until four short beeps are heard.
The shape and position of the switches and indicators may vary from different models, but their function are similar.
If there is some difference between the sketch map and the substantiality, please subject to the substantiality
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Remote controller
Remote controller
The remote controller transmits signals to the system.
Signal Transmitting Window
Setting Display
ON/OFF button
Used to start and stop operation
when pressed.
transmitting display
time setting display
temperature setting display
Transmits signals to the system
setting temperature
adjustment display
(During feel mode)
TIMER button
Used to select TIMER operation.
SLEEP
TIMER ON TIMER OFF
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
UP button (TOO COOL button)
Used to increase the set room temperature.
and time.
DOWN button (TOO WARM button)
Used to decrease the set room temperature
and time.
AUTO
HIGH
MID
LOW
SWING
SLEEP
FAN
TIMER
SWING
MODE
ON/OFF
SLEEP button
Used to set or cancel sleep mode operation.
SWING control button
Used to adjust airflow direction.
FAN SPEED control button
Used to select the indoor fan motor speed
Auto, High, Mid and Low.
MODE button
Used to select the type of operation mode: Feel,
Cooling, Dry, Fan and Heating (Only for Heat Pump).
Feel mode can select the operation mode such as
COOL, DRY, FAN, HEAT automatically depending
on the room temperature, and the feel mode is
default setting at starting.
some remote controller's display is like he above
Note: The above remote controller is only for reference, please subject to the substantiality.
When the batteries are inserted into the remote controller, all the signals will display on the screen and keep
2 seconds, then the COOLING and HEATING signals will flash respectively. For cooling only air con, please
press any button when the cooling signal is flashing, then the remote controller has been set as cooling only.
For cooling and heating air con, please press any button when the heating signal is flashing, then the remote
controller has been set as cooling and heating. If none of the button is pressed within 10 seconds, the remote
controller will be set as cooling and heating automatically. Cooling only air con can use the remote controller
which has cooling and heating function, but do not have the function of heating.
Although the air con is not running, remote controller still have some display (Only for Cooling and Heat model).
Note: Each model and relevant functions will be further specified in following pages
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Remote controller
Remote controller
I
How to Insert the Batteries
Please slide and remove the cover.
Remove the battery cover according to the arrow direction.
Insert new batteries making sure that the (+) and (-) of
battery are matched correctly.
Slide the cover
upwardly in the
direction of the
arrow
Reattach the cover by sliding it back into position.
2
Exchange the batteries.
3
Install the cover.
Attention to
the - and +
marks
Note:
Use 2 LR03 AAA (1.5 volt) batteries. Do not use rechargeable batteries.
Replace batteries with new ones of the same type when the display
becomes dim.
Storage and Tips for Using the Remote Controller
The remote controller may be stored mounted on a wall with
a holder.
Note: The remote controller holder Is an optional part.
Remote controller holder
How to Use
To operate the room air conditioner, aim
the remote controller to the signal receptor.
The remote controller will operate the air
conditioner at a distance of up to 7m when
pointing at signal receptor of indoor unit.
Signal receptor
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Operation instructions
FEEL mode operation procedure
Operates by selecting automatically the operation mode ( HEAT, DRY, FAN , COOL ) depending on the
room temperature during starting.
With the remote controller pointing towards the air conditioner.
Turning on
Press ON/OFF button, when the appliance receives the
signal, the RUN indicator of the indoor unit lights up.
1
SLEEP TIMER ON TIMER OFF
When the unit is not at FEEL mode.
Selecting FEEL mode
Press the MODE select button.
2
Move the MODE to the FEEL position.
Less than 200C
20C~260C
Over
260C
Operation mode
AUTO
HIGH
MID
LOW
SWING
SLEEP
FAN
TIMER
SWING
MODE
Operation mode and temperature are determined by indoor temperature
Indoor temperature
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
2
ON/OFF
3
1
Target temperature
HEATING (FOR HEAT PUMP TYPE)
FAN (FOR COOL ONLY TYPE)
230C
DRY
180C
COOLING
230C
Air temperature adjustment is possible even during FEEL operation.
There are 6 levels of adjustment possible with the
button or
the
button.
Setting temperature
Press the
button or the
button.
When the
button is pushed, the temperature will increase 10C.
After temperature will increase 20C, the indicator will not change
When the
button is pushed, the temperature will reduce 10C.
After temperature reduce 20C, indicator will not change.
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The operation of the AUTO
mode can be performed by
only pressing the ON/OFF
button from the next time.
NOTE
There will be a delay when changing mode
is made during the operation.
As there might not be air blown out.
If you don't like the content of FEEL mode operation,
change to HEATING, DRY or COOLING than FEEL.
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Operation instructions
TIMER mode
It is convenient to set the timer on with the TIMER button when you go out in the morning
to achieve a comfortable room temperature when you get home. You can also set
timer off at night to enjoy a good sleep.
Timer Setting
SLEEP TIMER ON TIMER OFF
When the remote controller
is off, press the TIMER
button to set a switch-on timer,
press again, the setting will be
cancelled.
When the remote controller
is on, press the TIMER
button to set a switch-off timer,
press again again, the setting
will be cancelled.
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
AUTO
HIGH
MID
LOW
SWING
SLEEP
FAN
TIMER
MODE
Press UP and DOWN button to set time.
Time setting is 30-minutes.
Note: After setting the timer, check that TIMER INDICATOR lamp of the indoor
unit lights.
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SWING
ON/OFF
Maintenance
Front panel maintenance
Air filter maintenance
Cut off the power supply
It is necessary to clean the air filter
after using it for about 100 hours.
Turn off the appliance
first before disconnecting
from power supply
Clean it as follows:
a
Stop the appliance and remove
the air filter.
Grasp position "a" an
pull outward to remove the
front panel.
1
a
2
Wipe with a soft
and dry cloth.
Use a dry and
soft cloth to
clean it.
Use lukewarm water
(below 400C) to clean
if the appliance
is very dirty.
3
1. Open the front panel.
2. Press the handle of the filter gently
from the front.
3. Grasp the handle and slide out the filter.
Never use volatile substance
such as gasoline or polishing
powder to clean the appliance.
Clean and reinstall the air filter.
If the dirt is conspicuous,
wash it with a solution of
detergent in lukewarm water.
After cleaning, dry well in
shade.
Never sprinkle water onto the
indoor unit
Dangerous!
Electric
shock!
Close the front panel again.
Reinstall and shut the front panel.
Clean the air filter every two weeks
if the air conditioner operates in an
extremely dusty environment.
Reinstall and shut the front panel by
pressing position "b" downward.
b
b
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Protection
Operating condition
Noise pollution
The protective device may trip and stop
the appliance in cases listed below.
Install the air conditioner at a place that
can bear its weight in order to operate
more quietly.
Outdoor air temperature is over 240C
HEATING Outdoor air temperature is below -70C
Install the outdoor unit at a place where
the air discharged and the operation noise
would not annoy your neighbours.
Room temperature is over 270C
COOLING
DRY
Outdoor air temperature is over * 430C
Room temperature is below 210C
Do not place any obstacles in front of the
air outlet of the outdoor unit lest it increases
the noise level
Room temperature is below 180C
For Tropical (T3) Climate condition models, the
temperature point is 520C instead of 43%.
If the air conditioner runs in COOLING or DRY mode with
door or window opened for a long time when relative
humidity is above 80%, dew may drip down from the outlet.
Inspection
Features of protector
The protective device will work as follows.
After using for a long time, the air conditioner
should be inspected on the following items.
Restarting the unit at once after operation
stops or changing mode during operation, you
need to wait 3 minutes.
Overheat of the power supply cord and plug
or even a burning smell.
Abnormal operating sound or vibration.
Water leakage from indoor unit.
Metal cabinet electrified.
Connect to power supply and turn on
the unit at once, it may start 20 seconds
later.
Stop the air conditioner if above occurs.
It is advisable to have a detail inspection after
using it for 5 years even if none of the above
occurs
If all operation has stopped, press ON/OFF
button again to restart.
Timer should be set again if it has been
cancelled.
Features of HEATING mode
Preheat
At the beginning of HEATING operation, the airflow from the indoor unit is discharged 2-5
minutes later.
Afferheat
After the finishing of HEATING operation, the airflow from the indoor unit is discharged 2-5
minutes.
Defrost
In HEATING operation the appliance will defrost (de-ice) automatically to raise efficiency.
This procedure usually lasts 2-10 minutes. During defrosting, fans stop operation.
After defrosting completes, it returns to HEATING mode automatically.
Note: Heating is NOT available for cooling only air conditioner models.
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Troubleshooting
The following cases may not always be a malfunction, please check it before asking for service.
Trouble
Analysis
Does not run.
If the plug is not properly plugged in.
If batteries in the remote controller are exhausted.
If the protective device works to protect the
appliance.
If the protector trip or fuse is blown.
No cooling or
heating air.
Are the intakes and outlets of the air
conditioner blocked?
Is the temperature set properly?
Is the air filter dirty?
Ineffective control.
If strong interference (from excessive static
electricity discharge, power supply voltage
abnormality) presents, operation will be
abnormal. At this time, disconnect from the
power supply and connect back 2-3 seconds later.
Does not operate
immediately.
Changing mode during operation, 3 minutes
will delay.
Peculiar odour.
The odour may be come from another source
such as furniture. cigarette etc., which is
sucked into the unit and blows out with the air.
A sound of
water flowing.
Caused by flow of refrigerant in the
air conditioner, not a problem.
Defrosting source in heating mode.
Cracking sound is
heard.
The sound may be generated by the expansion
or contraction of the front panel due to change
of temperature.
Spray mist from
the outlet.
Mist appears when the room air becomes
very cold because of cool air discharged
form the indoor unit during COOLING or DRY
operation mode.
The compressor indicator (red) light on
constantly and indoor fan stops.
The unit is shifting from heating mode to defrost.
The indicator lights will go off within ten minutes
and unit will return to heating mode.
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Installation instructions
Distance from ceiling
should be over 50 mm
Installation diagram
Distance from wall
should be over 50mm
Distance from the wall
should be over 50mm
Distance from floor
should be over 2500mm
Air intake distance from the wall
should be over 250mm
Air intake distance from
the wall should be
over 250mm
air
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Above figure is only a simple presentation
of the unit, it may not match the external
appearance of the unit you purchased.
Installation must be performed in accordance with
the national wiring standards by authorised personnel only.
Very Important-Installation must done by a registered
qualified installer (Refer warranty section at the back of this manual)
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Installation instructions
Connecting the Cable
Front panel
Wiring between the indoor and outdoor units:
Terminal (inside)
1) Remove the PCB cover from the indoor unit;
2) Refer to the wiring diagram attached to indoor unit
when connecting cords to indoor unit terminals;
3) Reinstall the PCB cover. Be sure that side B
is facing outside.
Cover
Cover
A side (before connect)
B side (after connect)
Cabinet
Select the best location
Location for Installing Indoor Unit
Installation Diagram
Indoor unit
Pipe length is
15 meters Max.
Height should
be less than 5m.
Where there is no obstacle near the air outlet air can be
easily blown to every corner.
Where piping and wall hole can be easily arranged.
Keep the required space from the unit to the ceiling and wall
according to the wiring diagram.
Where the air filter can be easily removed.
Keep the unit and remote controller 1m or more apart from
television, radio etc.
Keep as far as possible away from fluorescent lamps
Do not put anything near the air inlet to obstruct it from air
absorption.
Where there is strong enough to bear the weight
and is not tend to increase operation noise and vibration.
Outdoor unit
Location for Installing Outdoor Unit
Outdoor unit
Pipe length is
15 meters Max.
Height should
be less than 5m.
Where it is convenient to install and well ventilated; avoid
installing it where flammable gas could leak.
Keep the required distance from the wall.
Keep the outdoor unit away from a place of greasy dirt,
vulcanisation gas exit or high salty seashore.
Avoid installing it at the roadside where there is a risk of
muddy water.
A fixed base so as not to increase operation noise.
Where there is no blockage of air outlet.
Indoor unit
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Installation instructions
Indoor unit installation
1. Installing the Mounting Plate
Decide an installing location for the mounting plate according to the indoor unit location and piping direction.
Keep the mounting plate horizontally with a horizontal ruler or dropping line.
Drill holes of 32mm in depth on the wall for fixing the plate.
Insert the plastic plugs to the hole, fix the mounting plate with tapping screws.
Inspect if the mounting plate is well fixed. Then drill a hole for piping.
Use drops from here
Hook the line here
Mounting plate
Dropping line
holes for fixing
INDOOR
2. Drill a Hole for Piping
Decide the position of hole for piping according to the
location of the mounting plate.
Drill a hole on the wall. The hole should tilt a little
downward toward outside.
Install a sleeve through the wall hole to keep the wall
tidy and clean.
OUTDOOR
Note: The shape of your mounting plate may be different from the one above, but the installation method is similar.
Wall hole sleeve
(hard polythene tube
prepared by user)
5mm
(tilt downward)
3. Indoor Unit Piping Installation
Put the piping (liquid and gas pipe) and cables through the wall hole from the outside or put them through
from the inside after indoor piping and cables connection complete so as to connect to outdoor unit.
Decide whether to cut the unloading piece off in accordance with the piping direction. (as shown below)
Piping direction
trough
Uploading
piece
4
Saw the unloading piece
off along the trough
1
3
2
Note: When installing the pipe as per the directions
1, 2 or 4, saw the corresponding unloading piece
off the indoor unit base.
After connecting piping as required, install the drain hose. then connect the power cords. After connecting,
wrap the piping, cords and drain hose together with thermal insulation materials.
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Installation instructions
NOTE
Piping Joints Thermal Insulation:
Wrap the piping joints with thermal
insulation materials and then wrap
with a vinyl tape.
wrapped with vinyl type
Piping Thermal Insulation:
Thermal insulation
a .Place the drain hose under the piping.
b. Insulation material use polythene foam over 6mm in thickness.
Large pipe
Note: Drain hose is prepared by user.
Power cord
Drain pipe should point downwards for easy drain flow.
Do not arrange the drain pipe to be twisted or sticking out
Do not immerse the end of it in water.
Power cord
(for heat-pump)
If an extension drain hose is connected to the drain pipe, make
sure to thermal insulate when passing along the indoor unit.
Defrost cable (for heat-pump)
When the piping is directed to the right, piping, power
Cord and drain pipe should be thermal insulated and
fixed onto the back of the unit with a piping fixer.
Base
Piping fixer
Piping fixer
a. Connect indoor unit pipes with two wrenches. Pay special attention
to the allowed torque as shown below to prevent the pipes, connectors
and flare nuts from being deformed and damaged.
b. Pre-tighten them with fingers at first, then use the wrenches.
Torque
22, 24, 30K
7, 9K
Liquid Side ( 10 or 3/8 inch)
Gas Side ( 10 or 3/8 inch)
1.8kg.m
3.5kg.m
3.5kg.m
12, 18K
22, 24, 30K
Gas Side (
Gas Side (
5.5kg.m
7.5kg.m
12 or 1/2 inch)
16 or 5/8 inch)
Base
B. Press to hook the pipe fixer onto the base.
Piping Connection:
Pipe size
Model
7, 9, 12, 18K Liquid Side ( 6 or 1/4 inch)
Small
Pipe
Drain hose
(prepared by user)
Insert here
Base
A. Insert the pipe fixer to the slot.
Thermal insulation
tube
Nut width
17mm
22mm
22mm
24mm
27mm
For T3 climate kind models, 18K and 24K Liquid Side is 6 (or 1/4 inch).
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Hook here
Installation instructions
4. Connecting the Cable
Front panel
Terminal (inside)
Indoor Unit
Connect the power connecting cord to the indoor unit
by connecting the wires to the terminals on the control
board individually in accordance with the outdoor unit
connection.
Cabinet
Indoor unit
Chassis
Note: For some models, it is necessary to remove the cabinet to
connect to indoor unit terminal.
Outdoor Unit
1) Remove the access door from the unit by loosening
the screw. Connect the wires to the terminals on the
control board individually as follows.
Access door
Terminal (Inside)
2) Secure the power connecting cord onto the control
board with cable clamp.
Outdoor unit
3) Reinstall the access door to the original position
with the screw.
4) Use a recognised circuit breaker for 24K, 30K model
between the power source and the unit. A disconnecting
device to adequately disconnect all supply lines must be fitted.
The figures in this manual are based on the external views of a standard model.
Consequently, the shape may differ from that of the air conditioner you have selected.
Caution:
1. Never fail to have an individual power circuit specifically for the air conditioner. As for the method of
wiring, refer to the circuit diagram posted on the inside of the access door.
2. Confirm that the cable thickness is as specified in the power source specification.
(See the cable specification table below)
3. Check the wires and make sure that they are all tightly fastened after cable connection.
4. Be sure to install an earth leakage circuit breaker in wet or moist area.
Cable Specifications
Capacity (Btu/h)
Power connecting cord
Power cord
Type
Normal cross
- sectional area
Type
Type
H05RN-F
0.75mm 2 X2
H05RN-F
0.75mm 2X2
H05RN-F
0.75mm X2
H05RN-F
0.75mm X2
H05VV-F
1.0mm 2 X3
H07RN-F
1.0mm 2 X3
12K
H05VV-F
1.0mm 2 X3
H07RN-F
1.5mm X3
18K
H05VV-F
1.5mm X3
22K, 24K
H07RN-F
2.5mm 2 X3
30K
H07RN-F
4.0mm 2 X3
2
1.5mm 2 X3
H05RN F 0.75mm X6(heat pump)
0.75mm x4(cool only)
0.75mm 2 X4
H05RN-F
H07RN-F
Note: Above cables should be approved by HAR or SAA.
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Normal cross
Normal cross
- sectional area
7K, 9K
2
Power connecting cord (for heat pump)
- sectional area
2
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Installation instructions
Outdoor unit installation
1. Install Drain Port and Drain Hose (for heat-pump model only)
The condensate drains from the outdoor unit when the unit operates
in heating mode. In order to protect the environment, install a drain
port and a drain hose to direct the condensate water. Just install the
drain port and rubber washer to the chassis of the outdoor unit, then
connect a drain hose to the port as the right figure shown.
Washer
Drain port
2. Install and Fix Outdoor Unit
Drain hose
(prepared by user)
Fix with bolts and nuts tightly on a flat and strong floor.
If installed on the wall or roof, make sure to fix the supporter well to prevent it
from shaking due to serious vibration or strong wind.
3. Outdoor Unit Piping Connection
Remove the valve caps from the 2-way and 3-way valve.
Connect the pipes to the 2-way and 3-way valves separately according to the required torque.
4. Outdoor Unit Cable Connection (see previous page)
Air purging
The air which contains moisture remaining in the refrigeration cycle may cause a malfunction on the
compressor. After connecting the indoor and outdoor units, evacuate air and moisture from refrigerant
cycle using a vacuum pump, as shown below.
Vacuum pump
Indoor unit
Refrigerant flow direction
2-way valve
3-way valve diagram
3-way valve
connect to indoor unit
Service
port
(2) Turn
(8) Tighten
(7) Turn to fully open the
valve
(6) Open 1/4 turn
(7) Turn to fully open the valve
valve cap
(1) Turn
(1) Turn
Valve cap
open position
spindle
(8) Tighten
(8) Tighten
Connect to outdoor unit
Valve core
Note: To protect the environment, be sure not to discharge the refrigerant to the air directly.
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needle
service port cap
Installation instructions
How to Purge Air Tubes:
(1) Unscrew and remove caps from 2 and 3-way valves.
(2) Unscrew and remove cap from service valve.
(3) Connect vacuum pump flexible hose to the service valve.
(4) Start vacuum pump for 10-15 minutes until reaching a vacuum of 10 mm Hg absolutes.
(5). With vacuum pump still running close the low pressure knob on vacuum pump manifold. Then stop
vacuum pump.
(6) Open 2-way valve 1/4 turn then close it after 10 seconds. Check tightness of all joints using liquid
soap or an electronic leak detector.
(7) Turn 2 and 3-way valves stem to fully the valves. Disconnect vacuum pump flexible hose
(8) Replace and tighten all valve caps.
NOTE
Please read this manual before installing and using it
Do not let air enter the refrigeration system or discharge refrigerant when moving the air conditioner.
Testing run the air conditioner after finishing installation, and record details of operation.
Type of fuse used on indoor unit controller for 7K, 9K, 12K is 50T, with rating 3. 15A, T, 250V.
For 18K, 22K, 24K, 30K models use 3. 15A, T. 250V.
The fuse for the whole unit is to be provided by the user according to the current at maximum power
input or use other over-current protective device instead.
Accessibility to the plug must be guaranteed even after the installation of the appliance to disconnect
it in case of need. If not possible, connect appliance to a double-pole switching device with contact
separation of at least 3 mm placed in an accessible position even after installation.
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