AIR-COOLED ROOFTOP PACKAGED AIR CONDITIONERS
Series
HEAT PUMP
:
PRHG-8,10,15,20
DATA BOOK
CONTENTS
PAGE NUMBER
SAFETY FOR USE
1
FEATURES
3
TYPICAL INSTALLATION EXAMPLE
4
MODEL-DESIGNATION BREAKDOWN
4
SPECIFICATIONS
5
ELECTRICAL DATA
6
SELECTION PROCEDURE
7
CAPACITY TABLES
9
OPERATION RANGE
18
FAN PERFORMANCE
19
NC CURVES
24
APPROXIMATION FOR SOUND POWER
LEVEL AT SUPPLY DUCT FLANGE OF UNIT
26
OUTLINE DIMENSIONS
27
WIRING DIAGRAMS
29
ELECTRICAL OPERATION FLOW CHARTS
33
REFRIGERANT CYCLE SCHEMATIC
35
SAFETY & CONTROL DEVICES
36
ACCESSORY AVAILABILITY
36
INSTALLATION
37
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
44
HOW TO OPERATE
(LCD remote controller PAC-204RC)
48
LOW AMBIENT COOLING PARTS;
OPTION PAC-205FC (Fan controller)
52
Specifications subject to change without notice.
SAFETY FOR USE
Before conducting installation work, please read this “SAFETY FOR USE” carefully
for correct installation.
Since the caution items shown here contain important description relative to safety, please
observe them without fail.
Warning
Erroneous handling gives a high possibility to induce serious results such as
death or heavy injury.
Caution
Erroneous handling may induce serious injury depending on the situation.
After reading, please keep it with you together the Instruction Manual, and read it again at the
movement of the unit.
Warning
Ask your dealer or specialized subcontractor
for installation.
Conducting installation work by yourself improperly
may cause a fire, electric shock or water leakage.
For installation, conduct the work correctly by
following the Installation Manual.
Improper installation may cause a fire, electrical shock
or water leakage.
Install the unit on a spot sufficiently durable against
the unit weight.
Insufficient durability can cause an injury by the falling
down of unit.
All electric work must be performed by licensed
technician, according to local regulations and the
instructions given in this manual.
The units should be powered by dedicated power
lines.
Power lines with insufficient capacity or improper
electrical work may result in electric shock or fire.
Use only the specified cables for wiring. The
connections must be made secured without
tension the terminals.
Improper connection or fastening can cause a fire or
electrical shock.
The unit should be installed according to the
instructions in order to minimize the risk of damage
from earthquakes, typhoons or strong winds.
Improper installation work can cause an injury by the
falling down of the unit.
The outdoor unit must be installed on stable, level
surface, in a place where there is no accumulation
of snow , leaves or rubbish.
Never repair the unit, remodel or transfer it to
another site by yourself.
If they are performed improperly, water leakage, electric
shock or fire may result. If you need to have the unit
repaired or moved, consult your dealer.
Use only the specified refrigerant (R-22) to charge
the refrigerant circuit.
Do not mix it with any other refrigerant and do not
allow air to remain in the circuit.
Air enclosed in the circuit can cause high pressure resulting
in a rupture and other hazards.
Ventilate the room if refrigerant leaks during
Installation.
The refrigerant heated generates poisonous gas by
decomposition which can cause poisoning.
After completing installation work, make sure that
refrigerant gas has not leaked.
If refrigerant gas has leaked and exposed to fan heater,
stove, oven and so on, it may generate noxious gases.
Please do the gas leakage inspection before starting.
Take a proper measure to suppress the critical
concentration of refrigerant if leaked when
installing the unit in a small room.
The limit density is made not to be exceeded even if the
refrigerant leaks by any chance.
You are necessary to ventilation measures to prevent
the accident. If the refrigerant leaks, hypoxia accident
may caused.
For the countermeasure to be taken, consult your
dealer.
The outdoor unit should be installed in a location
where air and noise emitted by the unit will not
disturb the neighbors. The indoor unit should be
securely installed.
If the unit is loosely mounted, it may fall, and cause injury.
The terminal block cover of unit must be firmly
attached to prevent entry of dust and moisture.
Improper mounting of the cover cause electric shock or
fire.
The heating of refrigerant is noted.
When the refrigerant touches the fire etc., it was decomposed and a poisonous gas is generated.
Do not use the welding machine etc., in the room close up
of the installation of the air conditioner.
Use only optional parts authorised by Mitsubishi
Electric.
If the accessories are installed improperly, water
leakage, electric shock or fire may result.
Ask your dealer or an authorised company to install
them.
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Caution
Arrange the configuration of wiring not to bring up
the panel and terminal cover, and fasten the panel
and terminal cover securely.
The poor mounting of the panel or terminal cover may
cause the heat generation of the terminal connection,
a fire or electrical shock.
Never install on the place where a combustible
gas might leak.
The gas may ignite or explode when the gas leaks and
collects in surround of the unit.
When the unit is installed at telecommunication
centers or hospitals, take a proper provision
against noise.
The erroneous operation of air conditioner may be
induced by inverter equipment, independent power
device, medical equipment or communication
equipment.
Do not wash the unit with water.
If washed with water, electric shock may be caused.
Do not handle the switch with wet hands.
Otherwise electric shock can be resulted.
Be very careful about unit transportation.
The unit should not be carried by only one person if it is
more than 20kg. It occasionally causes the damage of
the unit and health to be impaired.
Some unit use PP bands for packing. Do not use any
PP band for delivery purpose. It may cause the injury.
Do not touch the heat exchanger fins with your bear
hands.
Doing so may cut your hands.
When carrying in outdoor unit, be sure to support it at
four points. Carrying in and lifting with 3-point support
may make outdoor unit unstable, resulting in a fall of it.
Be sure to safety dispose the packing materials.
Packing materials, such as catches and other metal or
wooden parts, may cause stabs or other injuries.
For special use as for foods, animals/plants,
precision equipment or art objects, the applicability
should be confirmed beforehand.
As the use for the applications other than that
designed originally may result in the deterioration of the
quality. Consult your dealer in this regard.
Do not use the unit under a special atmosphere.
Installing the unit at the following places may cause a
trouble, a place where is much machine oil, salt ,
humidity or dust, spa district, a place full of sulfur gas,
volatile gas, or corrosive gas, a place near high
frequency processing machine.
Thermal insulation of the drain pipes is necessary
prevent dew condensation.
If the drain pipes are not properly insulated,
condensation will result and drip on ceiling, floor or other
possessions.
Do not leave the mounting base being damaged.
The damaged base may cause the falling down of the
unit which may give injury.
The unit should be securely installed level surface.
When the unit inclines, it causes the water leak and the
breakdown.
Please confirm the horizontal with the spirit level.
Turn on the main power switch more than 6 hours
before starting operation.
Do not turn the main power switch OFF during seasons
of heavy use, doing so can result in failure.
Install drain piping (hose) according to this
Installation Manual to ensure proper drainage.
Improper drain piping (hose) may cause water leakage
and damage to furniture or other possessions.
Do not touch the compressor or refrigerant piping
without wearing glove on your hands.
Touching directly such part can cause a burn or
frostbite as it becomes high or low temperature
according to the refrigerant state.
The unit must be properly earth connected.
Do not connect the earth wire to gas pipe, city water
pipe, lightning rod or telephone earth wire.
Improper earth connection may cause electrical shock.
Do not touch the metal edges inside the unit
without wearing glove on your hands.
Touching directly it may injure your hands.
When installing at a watery place, provide an
electric leak breaker.
Failure to mount the electric leak breaker may cause
electrical shock.
Do not remove the panel or the fan guard from the
unit when it is running.
You could be injured if you touch rotating, hot or highvoltage parts.
Use breaker or fuse with proper capacity.
Make sure that each appliance has a main power
switch.
Using a wire or copper wire instead of proper capacity
can cause fire or trouble.
Other appliances connected to the same line could
cause an overload.
Do not operate the air conditioner without the air
filter set place.
Dust may accumulate, and cause a failure.
At emergency (if you smell something burning),
stop operation and turn the power source switch off.
Continuing the operation without eliminating the
emergency state may cause a machine trouble, fire, or
electrical shock.
For the power lines, use standard cables of
sufficient current capacity.
Otherwise, current leakage, overheating or fire may
occur.
After stopping operation, be sure to wait for five
minutes before turning off the main power switch.
Otherwise, water leakage or unit failure may occur.
When installing the power lines, do not apply
tension to the cables.
The tighten or loosen the connections may cause
generate heat and cause fire.
Remote controller is not installed for the place
where direct sunshine strikes.
Remote controller should be pushed with finger.
Remote controller may be broken.
Do not place objects under the units to avoid
damage of condensation.
When the room is high humidity or when the drain pipe
is clogged, water may drip from the indoor unit.
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FEATURES
High sensible cooling capacity
Wide Electrical Control Capability
The sensible cooling capacity has been significantly
improved through balanced optimised heat
exchanger design.
All models is flexible mechanical control configulation.
In addition Global Remote Controller is prepared
on standard.
The Global Remote Controller give the below function.
• Cool/Heat/Fan/Auto Changeover
3 pattern select (Change to switch inside R/C)
· Cool/Fan
· Cool/Heat/Fan
· Cool/Heat/Fan/Auto Changeover
• 2 step control (PRHG-15, 20 only)
• Compressor Anti-short cycle timer (3 min)
• Programmable weekly timer
ON/OFF time setteing on 7-days
• Real time clock
• Built in Return air temperature Sensor
(Option : Outside sensor)
• Power failure comeback
• Error indicator
• Room temperature sensor Error
• Key Lock
Key lock except ON/OFF key
Highly Efficient operation
The EER(Energy Efficiency Ratio) on these models
is greatly improved by revised design specifications
and by being manufactured stringently to Mitsubishi
Electric high quality standards.
Flexible Installation (Convertible Airflow)
The customer can select whichever side flow and
down flow in the PRHG series. The standard specification is side flow. Also the PRHG series can install
more flexible in local work, too.
Labor Saving Installation
Because of the single unit configuration, all
refrigeration work can be omitted.
The unit operation can commence immediately
after connection to the power supply, drain piping,
ducting and control system.
Minimum Floor Space
The PRHG series feature a compact design and
has been succeeded in reducing more floor space.
Flexibility of Supply Air Delivery
All series feature belt driven Supply Air fans
enabling accurate matching of actual airflow rates
to the specified quantities.
Accurate commissioning is assisted by the
capability to exchange pulleys and belts if
necessary to achieve the desired air balance.
Comfort heating
The PRHG series are designed to provide effective
heating even when the outside temperature is down
to -15˚C.
<Merit up at defrost>
Cold air stop is introduced during defrost
in PRHG8, 10.
Global Remote Controller
Low Ambient Cooling Kit (option)
In applications with relatively high internal loads,
there may be a requirment for all series to operate
on cooling at low ambient conditions.
An optional accessory is available to maintain the
refrigeration circuit in balance at outdoor
temperatures as low as -5˚C.
Please consult your local Mitsubishi Electric Sales
office for application advice on this accessory.
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TYPICAL INSTALLATION EXAMPLE
PRHG
MODEL-DESIGNATION BREAKDOWN
P R H G
10 M Y A
Series symbol
Self-contained type
(rooftop type)
E U
Service reference
Design sequence
Series symbol
Y=3-phase
380V,400V,415V,50Hz,4 wires
Heat pump type
Series symbol
global type
Design sequence
Compressor horse power
8=8HP
10=10HP
15=15HP
20=20HP
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SPECIFICATIONS
Model name
PRHG-8MYA
PRHG-10MYA
PRHG-15MYA
PRHG-20MYA
PRHG-8MYA-EU
PRHG-10MYA-EU
PRHG-15MYA-EU
PRHG-20MYA-EU
kW
Btu/h
23.8
81,300
29.7
101,400
46.3
158,000
60.8
207,500
kcal/h
kW
Btu/h
kcal/h
kW
Btu/h
20,500
19.0
64,900
16,400
23.0/22.6
25,600
23.8
81,300
20,500
28.3/27.8
39,900
37.0
126,300
31,900
44.8/44.1
52,300
48.6
165,900
41,800
58.3/57.2
kcal/h
78,500/77,200
19,800/19,500
96,600/94,900
24,400/24,000
152,900/150,500
38,600/38,000
199,000/195,200
50,200/49,200
kW
Btu/h
kcal/h
kW
Btu/h
kcal/h
21.8
74,400
18,800
22.6/23.0
77,200/78,600
19,500/19,800
Service reference
Total cooling capacity
(Gross)
Sensible cooling capacity
(Gross)
Total cooling capacity
(Net)
Total heating capacity
(Gross)
Total heating capacity
(Net)
Power supply
Capacity steps
Refrigerant
%
kg
Refrigerant charge
Refrigerant control
External finish
Color
Dimension
Net weight
Compressor
No. x Motor output
Crankcase heater
30.1
43.3
57.6
102,800
147,800
196,600
25,900
37,300
49,600
31.5/32.0
44.8/45.5
60.1/61.2
107,500/109,100 152,900/155,100 205,100/208,700
27,100/27,600
38,600/39,200
51,700/52,700
3N~ 380~415V 50Hz
0-100
0-50-100
R-22
Width
Depth
Height
4.7
5.6
2x4.7
Capillary tube
Acrylic resin coating
MUNSELL 5Y8/1
1,300
1,530
1,000
mm
mm
mm
kg
1,990
1,800
1,200
385
kW
W
5.5
62
415
700
Hermetic line start (reciprocating)
7.5
2x5.5
72
2x62
kW
CMM
1.1
80
Centrifugal (galvanized steel or plastic) - belt drive
Three phase cage induction motor
1.5
2.2
100
160
CFM
L/S
2,826
1,333
5/10
3,532
5,651
1,667
6.2/10
2,667
50/100
62/100
Indoor coil
Indoor fan
Indoor fan motor
No. x Motor output
Indoor fan air flow
External static pressure
mmAq
Pa
0.55
160
5,651
2,667
Drain connection
CFM
L/S
mm
Sound pressure level
dB(A)
66
Protection devices
2x7.5
2x72
3,167
10/20
100/200
Three phase cage induction motor
2x0.55
320
11,302
5,333
25.4
High pressure switch, fuse
Over current relay (compressor, indoor fan and outdoor fan)
Internal thermostat (compressor and outdoor fan motor)
Note 1. Cooling , Heating capacity and sound pressure level are based on the following conditions.
Cooling : Indoor:27˚CDB , 19˚CWB ; Outdoor:35˚CDB
Heating : Indoor:21˚CDB ; Outdoor:7˚CDB , 6˚CWB
2. Refrigerant charge volumes are factory charged.
3. Gross capacity do not include a deduction for evaporator fan motor heat.
4. The measuring point of the Sound pressure level is 1m from the unit front surface.
5. The range of working voltage is with in ±10% voltage of power supply.
6. Specification subject to change without notice.
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3.7
190
6,710
Cross fin coil
Propeller - direct drive
kW
CMM
Condenser fan air flow
800
Cross fin coil
Outdoor coil
Outdoor fan
Outdoor fan motor
No. x Motor output
2x5.6
70
ELECTRICAL DATA
VOLT
415V
400V
380V
VOLT
415V
400V
380V
kW
A
%
A
kW
A
kW
A
Pa
kW
A
kW
A
%
A
kW
A
kW
A
Pa
kW
A
kW
A
%
A
kW
A
kW
A
Pa
kW
A
Cooling
7.9/8.3
13.3/14.0
82%
77.8
6.6
10.4
0.5
1.5
62/100
0.8/1.2
1.4/2.1
7.9/8.3
13.8/14.5
82%
80.8
6.6
10.7
0.5
1.6
50/100
0.8/1.2
1.5/2.2
7.9/8.3
14.5/15.3
82%
85.0
6.6
11.4
0.5
1.6
50/100
0.8/1.2
1.5/2.3
PRHG-8MYA
Heating
6.6/7.0
11.1/11.8
83%
77.8
5.3
8.2
0.5
1.5
62/100
0.8/1.2
1.4/2.1
6.6/7.0
11.6/12.3
83%
80.8
5.3
8.5
0.5
1.6
50/100
0.8/1.2
1.5/2.2
6.6/7.0
12.1/12.9
83%
85.0
5.3
9.0
0.5
1.6
50/100
0.8/1.2
1.5/2.3
PRHG-10MYA
Cooling
Heating
9.4/9.9
10.9/11.4
15.3/16.0
17.8/18.5
86%
86%
76.3
76.3
7.5
9.0
12.0
14.5
0.5
0.5
1.3
1.3
62/100
62/100
1.4/1.9
1.4/1.9
2.0/2.7
2.0/2.7
9.4/9.9
10.9/11.4
15.8/16.5
18.5/19.2
86%
86%
79.1
79.1
7.5
9.0
12.4
15.1
0.5
0.5
1.3
1.3
62/100
62/100
1.4/1.9
1.4/1.9
2.1/2.8
2.1/2.8
9.4/9.9
10.9/11.4
16.6/17.4
19.4/20.2
86%
86%
83.3
83.3
7.5
9.0
13.1
15.9
0.5
0.5
1.4
1.4
62/100
62/100
1.4/1.9
1.4/1.9
2.1/2.9
2.1/2.9
kW
A
%
A
kW
A
kW
A
Pa
kW
A
kW
A
%
A
kW
A
kW
A
Pa
kW
A
kW
A
%
A
kW
A
kW
A
Pa
kW
A
PRHG-15MYA
Cooling
Heating
14.0/14.7
15.7/16.4
23.5/24.7
26.3/27.5
83%
83%
101.7
104.5
11.5
13.2
18.1
20.9
1.0
1.0
2.8
2.8
100/200
100/200
1.5/2.2
1.5/2.2
2.6/3.8
2.6/3.8
14.0/14.7
15.7/16.4
24.4/25.6
27.3/28.5
83%
83%
105.5
108.4
11.5
13.2
18.8
21.7
1.0
1.0
2.9
2.9
100/200
100/200
1.5/2.2
1.5/2.2
2.7/3.9
2.7/3.9
14.0/14.7
15.7/16.4
25.7/27.0
28.7/30.0
83%
83%
111.1
114.2
11.5
13.2
19.7
22.7
1.0
1.0
3.1
3.1
100/200
100/200
1.5/2.2
1.5/2.2
2.9/4.2
2.9/4.2
PRHG-20MYA
Cooling
Heating
18.2/19.3
21.0/22.1
29.7/31.2
34.2/35.7
86%
86%
106.1
110.6
14.7
17.5
23.7
28.2
1.0
1.0
2.6
2.6
100/200
100/200
2.5/3.6
2.5/3.6
3.4/4.9
3.4/4.9
18.2/19.3
21.0/22.1
30.8/32.4
35.4/37.0
86%
86%
110.1
114.7
14.7
17.5
24.6
29.2
1.0
1.0
2.7
2.7
100/200
100/200
2.5/3.6
2.5/3.6
3.5/5.1
3.5/5.1
18.2/19.3
21.0/22.1
32.5/34.1
37.4/39.0
86%
86%
115.8
120.7
14.7
17.5
25.9
30.8
1.0
1.0
2.8
2.8
100/200
100/200
2.5/3.6
2.5/3.6
3.8/5.4
3.8/5.4
ITEM
TOTAL INPUT
TOTAL RUN CURRENT
POWER FACTOR
START CURRENT
COMPRESSOR INPUT
RUN CURRENT
O/D FAN INPUT
RUN CURRENT
I/D FAN External static pressure
INPUT
RUN CURRENT
TOTAL INPUT
TOTAL RUN CURRENT
POWER FACTOR
START CURRENT
COMPRESSOR INPUT
RUN CURRENT
O/D FAN INPUT
RUN CURRENT
I/D FAN External static pressure
INPUT
RUN CURRENT
TOTAL INPUT
TOTAL RUN CURRENT
POWER FACTOR
START CURRENT
COMPRESSOR INPUT
RUN CURRENT
O/D FAN INPUT
RUN CURRENT
I/D FAN External static pressure
INPUT
RUN CURRENT
ITEM
TOTAL INPUT
TOTAL RUN CURRENT
POWER FACTOR
START CURRENT
COMPRESSOR INPUT
RUN CURRENT
O/D FAN INPUT
RUN CURRENT
I/D FAN External static pressure
INPUT
RUN CURRENT
TOTAL INPUT
TOTAL RUN CURRENT
POWER FACTOR
START CURRENT
COMPRESSOR INPUT
RUN CURRENT
O/D FAN INPUT
RUN CURRENT
I/D FAN External static pressure
INPUT
RUN CURRENT
TOTAL INPUT
TOTAL RUN CURRENT
POWER FACTOR
START CURRENT
COMPRESSOR INPUT
RUN CURRENT
O/D FAN INPUT
RUN CURRENT
I/D FAN External static pressure
INPUT
RUN CURRENT
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SELECTION PROCEDURE
1. Model Selection (With actual examples)
First step, to select the approximate model:
Based on the cooling load and the cooling capacity listed in the capacity table, select the applicable model.
Second step, to select the model:
To select the model, the following conditions must be known:
(1) Total cooling load or sensible cooling load
(2) Indoor conditioned temperature (WB*1, DB)
(3) Designed outdoor temperature (DB)*2
(4) Designed air flow
(5) Designed external static pressure (= Wind pressure loss of air duct)*3
Notes:
*1. The correct WB is required since it has a serious effect on the capacity.
*2. The cooling capacity decreases as the outdoor temperature increases. Therefore, the estimated highest
temperature during an air conditioning time frame is the “designed outdoor temperature”. However, it is
recommended that the abnormal outdoor temperature which may occur once or twice a year be excluded from
the calculation to avoid selection of an excessively large capacity model.
*3. The wind pressure loss of an air duct should be calculated correctly. If a value having an excessive allowance is
used, an excessively large model will be selected. Moreover, an excessively high air flow will be induced during
actual operation causing the generation of high operating sounds and carry-over of condensed water.
(Step-1) Confirmation of operation range
Confirm that the conditions given above for the model to be selected are within the operation
range listed on Page 18.
(Step-2) Calculation of actual air flow, external static pressure, and fan motor input
Based on the designed air flow and external static pressure, obtain the actual air flow and fan motor
power from the fan performance table for the model input selected. For an explanation of how to
use the fan performance table, see the following examples.
Example: PRHG-10, 50Hz
Example 1. (To operate with values near to the designed air flow and external static pressure.)
Condition : Designed air flow 100CMM
Designed external static pressure 60Pa
Calculation : The designed point is A. Therefore, duct
resistance line passing A is dotted line.
Therefore, actual point is B for
fan speed 1088rpm.
800
700
Fan speed
<rpm>
1700
(Select a pulley near A point to fan speed.)
600
Total static pressure (Pa)
Actual air flow = 110CMM
1600
1500
2.2kw
500
1400
1.5kw
400
1300
1200
300
1100
200
1000
B
A
900
60Pa
internal static pressure
100
90
1500
95
100
1670
105
Air flow
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110
1830
115
120 (CMM)
2000 (L/S)
(Step-3) Calculation of net capacity
Based on the indoor conditioned temperature (WB,DB), designed outdoor temperature (DB), and the
actual air flow obtained in Step-2, obtain the gross capacity from the gross capacity tables (pages
9~16). Then, calculate the net capacity from the formula below by using the fan motor input obtained
in Step-2.
Net capacity (kW) = Gross capacity (kW) - Fan motor input (kW)
Example: PRHG-10, 50Hz cooling
Condition:
Indoor conditioned temp. : 26˚CDB, 19˚CWB
Designed outdoor temp. : 40˚CDB
Actual air flow : 110CMM
Indoor fan motor input : 1.9kW (See P.6, 17)
Outdoor fan motor input : 0.5kW (See P.6)
Calculation :
The sections of the gross capacity table applicable
for the above conditions are shown right.
OUTDOOR DB˚C
40.0
Q kW SHC kW SHF
INDOOR INDOOR
DB˚C
WB˚C
26
19.0
28.3
19.7
0.70
9.6
20.0
29.2
16.1
0.55
9.8
Factor for Various Air Flow
CMM
90
100
110
120
l/s
1500
1670
1830
2000
Cooling capacity
0.987
1.000
1.012
1.022
Compressor input
0.996
1.000
1.003
1.007
Air Volume
At 26˚CDB, 19˚CWB of Indoor,
Q = 28.3, SHC = 19.7, W = 9.6
Therefore, when Air flow is 110 (CMM)
Q = 28.3 ✕ 1.012 28.6 (kW)
SHC = 19.7 ✕ 1.012
W = 9.6 ✕ 1.003
19.9 (kW)
Note * : crrection factors of air flow
9.63 (kW)
Therfore, the net capacity is,
Net total cooling capacity = 28.6 (kw) - 1.9 (kW)
= 26.7 (kW)
Net sensible cooling capacity = 19.9 (kW) - 1.9 (kW)
= 18.0 (kW)
2. Efficiency Calculation
• Refrigerant cycle energy efficienty
W kW
• System energy efficienty
(1) COP =
Gross total cooling capacity (kW)
Compressor input (kW)
(1) COP =
Net cooling capacity (kW)
Compressor input (kW)
(2) EER =
Gross total cooling capacity (kW)
Total input (kW)
(2) EER =
Net cooling capacity (kW)
Total input (kW)
1kW = 3412Btu/h
Notes:
1. COP : Coefficient of performance
2. EER : Energy efficiency ratio
3. Temperature condition of COP, EER (ARI Standard Ratings)
Indoor entering air temp. : 80˚FDB (=27˚CDB), 66˚FWB(=19˚CWB)
Outdoor entering air temp. : 95˚FDB (=35˚CDB)
4. Total input = Compressor input + Indoor fan motor input (page 17) + Outdoor fan motor input (page 6).
-8-
-9-
Q
kW
22.8
23.5
24.2
22.8
23.5
24.2
25.0
25.7
23.5
24.2
25.0
25.7
26.5
27.3
25.0
25.7
26.5
27.3
28.1
29.0
25.7
26.5
27.3
28.1
29.0
30.0
26.5
27.3
28.1
29.0
30.0
W
kW
5.2
5.2
5.3
5.2
5.2
5.3
5.3
5.4
5.2
5.3
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
Q
kW
22.3
22.9
23.6
22.3
22.9
23.6
24.4
25.2
22.9
23.6
24.4
25.2
25.9
26.7
24.4
25.2
25.9
26.7
27.5
28.4
25.2
25.9
26.7
27.5
28.4
29.3
25.9
26.7
27.5
28.4
29.3
25.0
SHC SHF
kW
12.8 0.57
10.0 0.43
7.5 0.32
18.4 0.83
15.1 0.66
12.2 0.52
9.5 0.39
7.2 0.29
20.0 0.87
16.6 0.70
14.3 0.59
11.9 0.47
9.2 0.36
7.0 0.26
19.3 0.79
16.7 0.66
13.6 0.52
11.6 0.43
9.0 0.33
6.9 0.24
21.6 0.86
18.5 0.72
16.2 0.61
13.3 0.48
11.0 0.39
8.8 0.30
23.0 0.89
20.7 0.77
17.9 0.65
15.1 0.53
13.0 0.44
Air Volume
CMM
l/s
Cooling capacity
Compressor input
80
1330
1.000
1.000
85
1420
1.006
1.001
90
1500
1.012
1.001
95
1580
1.017
1.003
Factor for Various Air Flow
Indoor Indoor
DB°C WB°C
15
16
20
17
15
16
17
22
18
19
16
17
18
24
19
20
21
18
19
20
26
21
22
23
19
20
21
28
22
23
24
20
21
22
30
23
24
20.0
SHC SHF
kW
13.1 0.57
10.2 0.44
7.7 0.32
18.6 0.82
15.3 0.65
12.5 0.52
9.8 0.39
7.4 0.29
20.2 0.86
16.9 0.70
14.5 0.58
12.1 0.47
9.5 0.36
7.2 0.26
19.5 0.78
16.9 0.66
13.7 0.52
11.6 0.42
9.0 0.32
7.1 0.24
21.8 0.85
18.7 0.71
16.4 0.60
13.5 0.48
11.3 0.39
9.0 0.30
23.3 0.88
20.9 0.76
18.1 0.64
15.4 0.53
13.3 0.44
W
kW
5.5
5.5
5.6
5.5
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
6.0
5.7
5.8
5.9
6.0
6.1
6.2
5.8
5.9
6.0
6.1
6.2
6.4
5.9
6.0
6.1
6.2
6.4
Q
kW
21.7
22.3
23.0
21.7
22.3
23.0
23.7
24.5
22.3
23.0
23.7
24.5
25.2
25.9
23.7
24.5
25.2
25.9
26.7
27.6
24.5
25.2
25.9
26.7
27.6
28.5
25.2
25.9
26.7
27.6
28.5
30.0
SHC SHF
kW
12.6 0.58
9.9 0.44
7.3 0.32
18.2 0.84
14.9 0.67
12.0 0.52
9.4 0.40
7.2 0.29
19.6 0.88
16.6 0.72
14.2 0.60
11.7 0.48
9.2 0.36
7.0 0.27
18.9 0.80
16.5 0.67
13.4 0.53
11.3 0.44
8.9 0.33
6.9 0.25
21.3 0.87
18.3 0.73
15.9 0.62
13.1 0.49
10.9 0.39
8.7 0.31
22.6 0.90
20.3 0.78
17.6 0.66
14.8 0.54
12.9 0.45
Cooling Capacity (Standard Air Flow)
PRHG-8MYA
W
kW
5.8
5.9
6.0
5.8
5.9
6.0
6.1
6.2
5.9
6.0
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.6
6.7
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.3
6.4
6.6
6.7
6.8
35.0
SHC SHF
kW
12.4 0.59
9.7 0.45
7.2 0.32
17.8 0.85
14.6 0.68
11.9 0.53
9.2 0.40
6.9 0.29
19.5 0.90
16.4 0.73
13.9 0.61
11.6 0.49
8.9 0.36
6.7 0.27
18.6 0.81
16.2 0.68
13.3 0.54
11.3 0.45
8.6 0.33
6.7 0.25
20.9 0.88
18.1 0.74
15.8 0.63
13.0 0.50
10.8 0.40
8.5 0.31
22.5 0.92
20.0 0.79
17.4 0.67
14.6 0.55
12.7 0.46
W
kW
6.1
6.2
6.4
6.1
6.2
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.2
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.9
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.9
7.0
7.1
6.6
6.7
6.9
7.0
7.1
7.3
6.7
6.9
7.0
7.1
7.3
Q
kW
20.3
20.9
21.6
20.3
20.9
21.6
22.3
23.0
20.9
21.6
22.3
23.0
23.7
24.4
22.3
23.0
23.7
24.4
25.2
26.0
23.0
23.7
24.4
25.2
26.0
26.8
23.7
24.4
25.2
26.0
26.8
40.0
SHC SHF
kW
12.1 0.60
9.5 0.46
7.0 0.32
17.4 0.86
14.3 0.69
11.6 0.54
9.1 0.41
6.8 0.30
19.2 0.92
16.2 0.75
13.8 0.62
11.4 0.50
8.8 0.37
6.7 0.27
18.3 0.82
15.9 0.69
13.0 0.55
11.0 0.45
8.5 0.34
6.6 0.25
20.7 0.90
17.7 0.75
15.5 0.64
12.7 0.51
10.5 0.40
8.2 0.30
22.2 0.94
19.8 0.81
17.1 0.68
14.4 0.55
12.6 0.47
W
kW
6.5
6.6
6.8
6.5
6.6
6.8
6.9
7.0
6.6
6.8
6.9
7.0
7.2
7.3
6.9
7.0
7.2
7.3
7.5
7.6
7.0
7.2
7.3
7.5
7.6
7.8
7.2
7.3
7.5
7.6
7.8
Q
kW
19.4
20.1
20.7
19.4
20.1
20.7
21.3
22.0
20.1
20.7
21.3
22.0
22.7
23.4
21.3
22.0
22.7
23.4
24.1
24.9
22.0
22.7
23.4
24.1
24.9
25.6
22.7
23.4
24.1
24.9
25.6
46.0
SHC SHF
kW
11.9 0.61
9.3 0.46
6.8 0.33
17.0 0.88
14.2 0.70
11.3 0.55
8.9 0.42
6.6 0.30
18.9 0.94
15.7 0.76
13.4 0.63
11.0 0.50
8.6 0.38
6.4 0.27
17.8 0.83
15.6 0.71
12.6 0.56
10.6 0.45
8.1 0.34
6.3 0.25
20.2 0.92
17.3 0.76
15.2 0.65
12.4 0.52
10.2 0.41
8.0 0.31
21.7 0.96
19.4 0.83
16.8 0.70
14.2 0.57
12.2 0.48
W
kW
7.0
7.1
7.3
7.0
7.1
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.1
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.7
7.9
7.4
7.5
7.7
7.9
8.0
8.2
7.5
7.7
7.9
8.0
8.2
8.3
7.7
7.9
8.0
8.2
8.3
Total input = Compressor input + indoor fan motor input + outdoor fan motor input
Q; Cooling Capacity, SHC; Sensible Heat Capacity, W; Compressor Input
Q
kW
21.0
21.6
22.3
21.0
21.6
22.3
23.0
23.8
21.6
22.3
23.0
23.8
24.5
25.2
23.0
23.8
24.5
25.2
26.0
26.8
23.8
24.5
25.2
26.0
26.8
27.7
24.5
25.2
26.0
26.8
27.7
Outdoor DB°C
CAPACITY TABLES
-10-
Q
kW
25.3
26.2
27.0
25.3
26.2
27.0
27.9
28.8
26.2
27.0
27.9
28.8
29.7
30.7
27.9
28.8
29.7
30.7
31.6
32.7
28.8
29.7
30.7
31.6
32.7
33.9
29.7
30.7
31.6
32.7
33.9
W
kW
4.4
4.4
4.5
4.4
4.4
4.5
4.5
4.6
4.4
4.5
4.5
4.6
4.6
4.7
4.5
4.6
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
4.6
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
5.0
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
5.0
Q
kW
24.9
25.7
26.5
24.9
25.7
26.5
27.4
28.2
25.7
26.5
27.4
28.2
29.2
30.1
27.4
28.2
29.2
30.1
31.0
32.1
28.2
29.2
30.1
31.0
32.1
33.2
29.2
30.1
31.0
32.1
33.2
0.0
SHC SHF
kW
14.1 0.56
11.0 0.43
8.2 0.31
19.8 0.80
16.5 0.64
13.5 0.51
10.5 0.38
7.9 0.28
21.9 0.85
18.2 0.69
15.7 0.57
13.1 0.46
10.3 0.35
7.7 0.26
20.8 0.76
18.0 0.64
14.9 0.51
12.6 0.42
9.7 0.31
7.6 0.24
23.1 0.82
19.8 0.68
17.5 0.58
14.5 0.47
12.2 0.38
9.7 0.29
24.7 0.85
22.1 0.73
19.3 0.62
16.5 0.51
14.3 0.43
Air Volume
CMM
l/s
Cooling capacity
Compressor input
80
1330
1.000
1.000
85
1420
1.006
1.001
90
1500
1.012
1.001
95
1580
1.017
1.003
Factor for Various Air Flow
Indoor Indoor
DB°C WB°C
15
16
20
17
15
16
17
22
18
19
16
17
18
24
19
20
21
18
19
20
26
21
22
23
19
20
21
28
22
23
24
20
21
22
30
23
24
–5.0
SHC SHF
kW
14.3 0.57
11.2 0.43
8.4 0.31
19.9 0.79
16.6 0.63
13.5 0.50
10.7 0.38
8.1 0.28
22.0 0.84
18.6 0.69
16.0 0.57
13.3 0.46
10.4 0.35
7.9 0.26
21.2 0.76
18.3 0.64
15.1 0.51
12.8 0.42
9.9 0.31
7.8 0.24
23.5 0.82
20.2 0.68
17.8 0.58
14.8 0.47
12.4 0.38
9.9 0.29
25.2 0.85
22.5 0.73
19.7 0.62
16.8 0.51
14.5 0.43
W
kW
4.4
4.4
4.5
4.4
4.4
4.5
4.5
4.6
4.4
4.5
4.5
4.6
4.6
4.7
4.5
4.6
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
4.6
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
5.0
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
5.0
W
kW
4.5
4.5
4.6
4.5
4.5
4.6
4.6
4.7
4.5
4.6
4.6
4.7
4.7
4.8
4.6
4.7
4.7
4.8
4.9
5.0
4.7
4.7
4.8
4.9
5.0
5.1
4.7
4.8
4.9
5.0
5.1
Q
kW
24.1
24.9
25.7
24.1
24.9
25.7
26.5
27.3
24.9
25.7
26.5
27.3
28.2
29.1
26.5
27.3
28.2
29.1
30.0
31.0
27.3
28.2
29.1
30.0
31.0
32.1
28.2
29.1
30.0
31.0
32.1
10.0
SHC SHF
kW
13.8 0.57
10.9 0.44
8.1 0.32
19.4 0.81
16.3 0.65
13.3 0.52
10.4 0.39
7.7 0.28
21.5 0.86
17.9 0.70
15.4 0.58
12.8 0.47
9.9 0.35
7.5 0.26
20.4 0.77
17.7 0.65
14.5 0.52
12.4 0.42
9.6 0.32
7.4 0.24
22.6 0.83
19.5 0.69
17.2 0.59
14.2 0.47
11.8 0.38
9.4 0.29
24.2 0.86
21.6 0.74
19.0 0.63
16.1 0.52
14.0 0.44
W
kW
4.7
4.7
4.8
4.7
4.7
4.8
4.8
4.9
4.7
4.8
4.8
4.9
4.9
5.0
4.8
4.9
4.9
5.0
5.1
5.2
4.9
4.9
5.0
5.1
5.2
5.3
4.9
5.0
5.1
5.2
5.3
Q
kW
23.7
24.4
25.2
23.7
24.4
25.2
26.0
26.8
24.4
25.2
26.0
26.8
27.6
28.5
26.0
26.8
27.6
28.5
29.4
30.3
26.8
27.6
28.5
29.4
30.3
31.4
27.6
28.5
29.4
30.3
31.4
15.0
SHC SHF
kW
13.6 0.57
10.6 0.44
7.9 0.32
19.3 0.82
15.9 0.65
13.0 0.52
10.2 0.39
7.7 0.29
21.0 0.86
17.5 0.70
15.1 0.58
12.6 0.47
9.9 0.36
7.5 0.26
20.2 0.78
17.5 0.65
14.3 0.52
12.1 0.42
9.4 0.32
7.4 0.24
22.4 0.84
19.3 0.70
17.1 0.60
13.9 0.47
11.8 0.39
9.4 0.30
24.0 0.87
21.4 0.75
18.8 0.64
16.1 0.53
13.7 0.44
W
kW
4.9
4.9
5.0
4.9
4.9
5.0
5.0
5.1
4.9
5.0
5.0
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.0
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
Q
kW
13.5
13.4
13.3
13.2
13.2
13.1
13.0
12.9
12.8
12.8
12.7
12.6
12.6
W
kW
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.6
3.6
3.6
3.6
Q
kW
15.4
15.3
15.2
15.1
15.1
15.0
14.9
14.8
14.7
14.7
14.6
14.5
14.5
W
kW
3.6
3.6
3.6
3.6
3.6
3.7
3.7
3.7
3.7
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
–10
Q
kW
17.6
17.5
17.4
17.3
17.3
17.2
17.1
17.0
17.0
16.9
16.8
16.7
16.7
–5
W
kW
3.9
3.9
3.9
3.9
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.1
4.1
4.1
4.2
4.2
4.2
CMM
l/s
Heating capacity
Compressor input
Air Volume
80
1330
1.000
1.000
85
1420
1.004
0.996
90
1500
1.090
0.992
Q
kW
22.9
22.8
22.7
22.6
22.6
22.5
22.4
22.3
22.2
22.2
22.1
22.0
22.0
5
W
kW
4.8
4.9
4.9
5.0
5.1
5.1
5.2
5.2
5.3
5.3
5.4
5.4
5.4
10
Q
W
kW kW
26.0 5.4
25.9 5.5
25.9 5.5
25.8 5.6
25.7 5.7
25.6 5.8
25.5 5.8
25.5 5.9
25.4 5.9
25.3 6.0
25.2 6.1
25.1 6.2
25.1 6.2
15
Q
W
kW kW
29.5 6.0
29.5 6.1
29.4 6.2
29.3 6.3
29.2 6.4
29.1 6.5
29.1 6.6
29.0 6.7
28.9 6.7
28.8 6.8
28.7 6.9
28.6 7.0
28.6 7.0
Q; Heating Capacity, W; Compressor Input
OD WB°C
0
Q
W
kW kW
20.1 4.4
20.0 4.4
19.9 4.4
19.9 4.5
19.8 4.5
19.7 4.6
19.6 4.6
19.5 4.6
19.5 4.7
19.4 4.7
19.3 4.8
19.2 4.8
19.2 4.8
95
1580
1.015
0.987
Factor for Various Air Flow
Indoor
DB°C
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
–15
Heating Capacity (Standard Air Flow)
PRHG-8MYA
Total input = Compressor input + indoor fan motor input + outdoor fan motor input
Q; Cooling Capacity, SHC; Sensible Heat Capacity, W; Compressor Input
Outdoor DB°C
5.0
Q SHC SHF
kW kW
24.5 13.9 0.57
25.3 10.9 0.43
26.1 8.1 0.31
24.5 19.5 0.80
25.3 16.3 0.64
26.1 13.3 0.51
27.0 10.4 0.38
27.8 7.8 0.28
25.3 21.6 0.85
26.1 18.0 0.69
27.0 15.4 0.57
27.8 12.9 0.46
28.7 10.1 0.35
29.6 7.6 0.26
27.0 20.8 0.77
27.8 17.9 0.65
28.7 14.6 0.51
29.6 12.4 0.42
30.5 9.6 0.31
31.6 7.5 0.24
27.8 23.0 0.83
28.7 19.8 0.69
29.6 17.5 0.59
30.5 14.2 0.47
31.6 12.0 0.38
32.7 9.6 0.29
28.7 24.6 0.86
29.6 22.0 0.74
30.5 19.3 0.63
31.6 16.5 0.52
32.7 14.1 0.43
Cooling Capacity (Standard Air Flow)
PRHG-8MYA (Use for Low ambient cooling parts)
-11-
Q
kW
29.4
30.4
31.4
29.4
30.4
31.4
32.4
33.5
30.4
31.4
32.4
33.5
34.6
35.7
32.4
33.5
34.6
35.7
36.8
38.0
33.5
34.6
35.7
36.8
38.0
39.2
34.6
35.7
36.8
38.0
39.2
W
kW
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.9
8.0
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.9
8.0
8.2
7.6
7.7
7.9
8.0
8.2
Q
kW
28.4
29.4
30.3
28.4
29.4
30.3
31.3
32.3
29.4
30.3
31.3
32.3
33.4
34.4
31.3
32.3
33.4
34.4
35.4
36.6
32.3
33.4
34.4
35.4
36.6
37.7
33.4
34.4
35.4
36.6
37.7
25.0
SHC SHF
kW
16.8 0.59
12.9 0.44
9.8 0.32
23.0 0.81
19.4 0.66
15.6 0.52
12.4 0.39
9.2 0.29
25.7 0.87
21.7 0.72
18.6 0.59
15.5 0.48
11.8 0.35
9.0 0.26
24.7 0.79
21.1 0.65
17.7 0.53
14.7 0.43
11.2 0.32
8.9 0.24
27.0 0.83
23.3 0.70
20.6 0.60
17.0 0.48
14.2 0.39
11.4 0.30
29.7 0.89
26.5 0.77
22.7 0.64
19.5 0.53
16.7 0.44
Air Volume
CMM
l/s
Cooling capacity
Compressor input
90
1500
0.987
0.996
100
1670
1.000
1.000
110
1830
1.012
1.003
120
2000
1.022
1.007
Factor for Various Air Flow
Indoor Indoor
DB°C WB°C
15
16
20
17
15
16
17
22
18
19
16
17
18
24
19
20
21
18
19
20
26
21
22
23
19
20
21
28
22
23
24
20
21
22
30
23
24
20.0
SHC SHF
kW
17.2 0.59
13.4 0.44
10.2 0.32
23.6 0.80
19.8 0.65
16.2 0.52
12.7 0.39
9.6 0.29
26.0 0.85
22.3 0.71
19.0 0.59
15.8 0.47
12.2 0.35
9.4 0.26
25.3 0.78
21.6 0.65
18.0 0.52
15.2 0.43
11.6 0.32
9.2 0.24
27.5 0.82
23.9 0.69
21.0 0.59
17.4 0.47
14.5 0.38
11.8 0.30
30.1 0.87
26.8 0.75
23.2 0.63
19.9 0.52
17.0 0.43
W
kW
7.4
7.5
7.7
7.4
7.5
7.7
7.8
7.9
7.5
7.7
7.8
7.9
8.1
8.2
7.8
7.9
8.1
8.2
8.4
8.6
7.9
8.1
8.2
8.4
8.6
8.8
8.1
8.2
8.4
8.6
8.8
Q
kW
27.3
28.2
29.1
27.3
28.2
29.1
30.0
31.0
28.2
29.1
30.0
31.0
32.1
33.0
30.0
31.0
32.1
33.0
34.0
35.1
31.0
32.1
33.0
34.0
35.1
36.1
32.1
33.0
34.0
35.1
36.1
30.0
SHC SHF
kW
16.4 0.60
12.5 0.44
9.6 0.33
22.7 0.83
18.9 0.67
15.3 0.52
12.0 0.40
9.0 0.29
25.1 0.89
21.2 0.73
18.1 0.60
15.1 0.49
11.5 0.36
8.9 0.27
24.3 0.81
20.6 0.66
17.2 0.54
14.3 0.43
10.9 0.32
8.6 0.25
26.5 0.85
23.1 0.72
20.0 0.60
16.6 0.49
14.0 0.40
11.1 0.31
29.2 0.91
26.0 0.79
22.4 0.66
19.3 0.55
16.2 0.45
Cooling Capacity (Standard Air Flow)
PRHG-10MYA
W
kW
7.8
8.0
8.1
7.8
8.0
8.1
8.3
8.5
8.0
8.1
8.3
8.5
8.6
8.8
8.3
8.5
8.6
8.8
9.0
9.2
8.5
8.6
8.8
9.0
9.2
9.4
8.6
8.8
9.0
9.2
9.4
35.0
40.0
SHC SHF W
Q SHC SHF W
Q
kW
kW kW kW
kW kW
15.9 0.61 8.3 24.4 15.0 0.62 8.8 23.3
12.2 0.45 8.4 25.7 11.8 0.46 9.0 24.1
9.2 0.33 8.6 26.6 8.9 0.33 9.2 24.9
22.1 0.85 8.3 24.4 21.2 0.87 8.8 23.3
18.5 0.69 8.4 25.7 18.1 0.70 9.0 24.1
14.8 0.53 8.6 26.6 14.3 0.54 9.2 24.9
11.7 0.41 8.8 27.4 11.4 0.41 9.4 25.7
8.8 0.30 9.0 28.3 8.6 0.30 9.6 26.6
24.6 0.91 8.4 25.7 23.9 0.93 9.0 24.1
20.6 0.74 8.6 26.6 20.1 0.75 9.2 24.9
17.5 0.61 8.8 27.4 17.2 0.63 9.4 25.7
14.6 0.49 9.0 28.3 14.2 0.50 9.6 26.6
11.2 0.36 9.2 29.2 10.8 0.37 9.8 27.4
8.7 0.27 9.4 30.1 8.4 0.28 10.0 28.3
23.8 0.83 8.8 27.4 23.2 0.85 9.4 25.7
20.2 0.68 9.0 28.3 19.7 0.70 9.6 26.6
16.7 0.55 9.2 29.2 16.1 0.55 9.8 27.4
13.9 0.44 9.4 30.1 13.5 0.45 10.0 28.3
10.6 0.33 9.6 31.0 10.3 0.33 10.2 29.1
8.3 0.25 9.8 31.9 8.1 0.25 10.4 30.0
25.9 0.87 9.0 28.3 25.3 0.89 9.6 26.6
22.5 0.74 9.2 29.2 22.0 0.75 9.8 27.4
19.7 0.62 9.4 30.1 19.3 0.64 10.0 28.3
16.3 0.50 9.6 31.0 15.9 0.51 10.2 29.1
13.5 0.40 9.8 31.9 13.1 0.41 10.4 30.0
10.9 0.31 10.0 32.9 10.5 0.32 10.7 30.8
28.5 0.93 9.2 29.2 28.0 0.96 9.8 27.4
25.6 0.81 9.4 30.1 24.9 0.83 10.0 28.3
22.0 0.68 9.6 31.0 21.5 0.69 10.2 29.1
18.3 0.55 9.8 31.9 18.3 0.57 10.4 30.0
15.8 0.46 10.0 32.9 15.3 0.47 10.7 30.8
46.0
SHC SHF
kW
15.0 0.64
11.4 0.47
8.5 0.34
21.1 0.91
17.6 0.73
14.0 0.56
11.0 0.43
8.2 0.31
23.3 0.97
19.7 0.79
16.6 0.64
13.7 0.52
10.5 0.38
8.1 0.28
22.5 0.87
19.0 0.71
15.8 0.58
13.3 0.47
10.1 0.35
7.7 0.26
24.8 0.93
21.4 0.78
18.6 0.66
14.9 0.51
12.8 0.43
10.0 0.33
27.1 0.99
24.5 0.87
20.7 0.71
17.7 0.59
15.0 0.49
W
kW
9.5
9.7
9.9
9.5
9.7
9.9
10.1
10.3
9.7
9.9
10.1
10.3
10.5
10.7
10.1
10.3
10.5
10.7
10.9
11.1
10.3
10.5
10.7
10.9
11.1
11.4
10.5
10.7
10.9
11.1
11.4
Total input = Compressor input + indoor fan motor input + outdoor fan motor input
Q; Cooling Capacity, SHC; Sensible Heat Capacity, W; Compressor Input
Q
kW
26.1
27.0
27.9
26.1
27.0
27.9
28.7
29.7
27.0
27.9
28.7
29.7
30.6
31.6
28.7
29.7
30.6
31.6
32.5
33.5
29.7
30.6
31.6
32.5
33.5
34.5
30.6
31.6
32.5
33.5
34.5
Outdoor DB°C
-12-
Q
kW
32.7
33.8
35.0
32.7
33.8
35.0
36.2
37.5
33.8
35.0
36.2
37.5
38.8
40.1
36.2
37.5
38.8
40.1
41.4
42.8
37.5
38.8
40.1
41.4
42.8
44.3
38.8
40.1
41.4
42.8
44.3
W
kW
6.3
6.3
6.4
6.3
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
7.0
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
7.0
7.0
6.7
6.8
6.9
7.0
7.0
Q
kW
32.1
33.3
34.4
32.1
33.3
34.4
35.6
36.8
33.3
34.4
35.6
36.8
38.1
39.4
35.6
36.8
38.1
39.4
40.6
42.0
36.8
38.1
39.4
40.6
42.0
43.4
38.1
39.4
40.6
42.0
43.4
0.0
SHC SHF
kW
18.1 0.56
14.1 0.42
10.7 0.31
25.1 0.78
21.1 0.63
17.2 0.50
13.5 0.38
10.3 0.28
27.7 0.83
23.2 0.67
20.0 0.56
16.8 0.46
13.2 0.35
10.1 0.26
26.4 0.74
22.8 0.62
19.3 0.51
16.4 0.42
12.6 0.31
9.9 0.24
29.2 0.79
25.2 0.66
22.2 0.56
18.6 0.46
15.5 0.37
12.5 0.29
31.6 0.83
28.0 0.71
24.6 0.61
21.0 0.50
18.2 0.42
Air Volume
CMM
l/s
Cooling capacity
Compressor input
90
1500
0.987
0.996
100
1670
1.000
1.000
110
1830
1.012
1.003
120
2000
1.022
1.007
Factor for Various Air Flow
Indoor Indoor
DB°C WB°C
15
16
20
17
15
16
17
22
18
19
16
17
18
24
19
20
21
18
19
20
26
21
22
23
19
20
21
28
22
23
24
20
21
22
30
23
24
–5.0
SHC SHF
kW
18.3 0.56
14.4 0.43
10.9 0.31
25.3 0.77
21.2 0.63
17.3 0.49
13.8 0.38
10.5 0.28
27.9 0.83
23.6 0.67
20.4 0.56
17.1 0.46
13.4 0.35
10.3 0.26
26.9 0.74
23.2 0.62
19.3 0.50
16.5 0.41
12.8 0.31
10.1 0.24
29.8 0.79
25.7 0.66
22.6 0.56
18.9 0.46
15.8 0.37
12.8 0.29
31.8 0.82
28.6 0.71
25.1 0.61
21.4 0.50
18.5 0.42
W
kW
6.3
6.3
6.4
6.3
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
7.0
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
7.0
7.0
6.7
6.8
6.9
7.0
7.0
W
kW
6.4
6.4
6.5
6.4
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
7.0
7.1
6.7
6.8
6.9
7.0
7.1
7.2
6.8
6.9
7.0
7.1
7.2
Q
kW
31.1
32.2
33.3
31.1
32.2
33.3
34.4
35.6
32.2
33.3
34.4
35.6
36.8
38.0
34.4
35.6
36.8
38.0
39.3
40.6
35.6
36.8
38.0
39.3
40.6
41.9
36.8
38.0
39.3
40.6
41.9
10.0
SHC SHF
kW
18.0 0.58
13.9 0.43
10.6 0.32
24.6 0.79
20.7 0.64
16.9 0.51
13.3 0.39
10.0 0.28
27.1 0.84
23.1 0.69
19.7 0.57
16.5 0.46
12.8 0.35
9.8 0.26
25.9 0.75
22.3 0.63
18.9 0.51
16.2 0.43
12.4 0.31
9.6 0.24
28.6 0.80
24.7 0.67
21.7 0.57
18.3 0.47
15.2 0.38
12.4 0.30
31.3 0.85
27.8 0.73
24.1 0.61
20.7 0.51
17.9 0.43
W
kW
6.6
6.6
6.7
6.6
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
7.0
7.0
6.8
6.9
7.0
7.0
7.2
7.3
6.9
7.0
7.0
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.0
7.0
7.2
7.3
7.4
Q
kW
30.5
31.6
32.7
30.5
31.6
32.7
33.7
34.9
31.6
32.7
33.7
34.9
36.1
37.3
33.7
34.9
36.1
37.3
38.5
39.7
34.9
36.1
37.3
38.5
39.7
41.0
36.1
37.3
38.5
39.7
41.0
15.0
SHC SHF
kW
17.9 0.59
13.6 0.43
10.4 0.32
24.2 0.79
20.3 0.64
16.6 0.51
13.1 0.39
10.0 0.29
26.9 0.85
22.9 0.70
19.5 0.58
16.4 0.47
12.7 0.35
9.8 0.26
25.7 0.76
22.2 0.64
18.6 0.51
15.8 0.42
12.1 0.31
9.6 0.24
28.4 0.81
24.6 0.68
21.6 0.58
18.2 0.47
15.2 0.38
12.1 0.30
31.0 0.86
27.6 0.74
23.9 0.62
20.5 0.52
17.8 0.43
W
kW
6.8
6.9
7.0
6.8
6.9
7.0
7.0
7.1
6.9
7.0
7.0
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.0
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.5
7.6
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.5
7.6
7.8
7.2
7.3
7.5
7.6
7.8
Q
kW
18.7
18.6
18.5
18.4
18.3
18.2
18.1
18.0
17.9
17.8
17.8
17.8
17.7
W
kW
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.4
5.4
5.4
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.6
Q
kW
21.5
21.4
21.3
21.2
21.1
21.0
20.9
20.8
20.7
20.6
20.5
20.5
20.4
W
kW
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.6
5.6
5.6
5.7
5.7
5.7
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
–10
Q
kW
24.6
24.5
24.4
24.3
24.2
24.1
24.0
23.9
23.8
23.7
23.5
23.5
23.4
–5
W
kW
5.8
5.8
5.9
5.9
6.0
6.0
6.1
6.1
6.2
6.2
6.3
6.3
6.3
CMM
l/s
Heating capacity
Compressor input
Air Volume
90
1500
0.991
1.013
100
1670
1.000
1.000
110
1830
1.009
0.987
Q
kW
31.9
31.8
31.7
31.6
31.4
31.3
31.2
31.1
30.9
30.8
30.7
30.6
30.5
5
W
kW
6.9
7.0
7.1
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.7
7.8
10
Q
W
kW kW
36.5 7.7
36.4 7.8
36.2 7.9
36.1 7.9
35.9 8.0
35.8 8.1
35.7 8.2
35.5 8.3
35.3 8.4
35.2 8.5
35.1 8.6
35.0 8.6
34.8 8.7
15
Q
W
kW kW
41.1 8.4
40.9 8.5
40.7 8.6
40.6 8.7
40.4 8.8
40.2 8.9
40.1 9.0
39.9 9.1
39.7 9.2
39.6 9.3
39.4 9.4
39.3 9.5
39.1 9.6
Q; Heating Capacity, W; Compressor Input
OD WB°C
0
Q
W
kW kW
28.0 6.3
27.9 6.4
27.8 6.4
27.7 6.5
27.6 6.6
27.5 6.6
27.4 6.7
27.3 6.8
27.2 6.8
27.1 6.9
26.9 6.9
26.9 7.0
26.8 7.0
120
2000
1.017
0.974
Factor for Various Air Flow
Indoor
DB°C
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
–15
Heating Capacity (Standard Air Flow)
PRHG-10MYA
Total input = Compressor input + indoor fan motor input + outdoor fan motor input
Q; Cooling Capacity, SHC; Sensible Heat Capacity, W; Compressor Input
Outdoor DB°C
5.0
Q SHC SHF
kW kW
31.6 18.0 0.57
32.8 13.9 0.42
33.9 10.6 0.31
31.6 24.7 0.78
32.8 20.8 0.63
33.9 17.0 0.50
35.0 13.3 0.38
36.3 10.2 0.28
32.8 27.3 0.83
33.9 23.2 0.68
35.0 20.0 0.57
36.3 16.8 0.46
37.5 13.0 0.35
38.7 10.0 0.26
35.0 26.3 0.75
36.3 22.8 0.63
37.5 19.0 0.51
38.7 16.2 0.42
40.0 12.4 0.31
41.4 9.8 0.24
36.3 29.1 0.80
37.5 25.2 0.67
38.7 22.2 0.57
40.0 18.6 0.46
41.4 15.5 0.37
42.7 12.6 0.30
37.5 31.5 0.84
38.7 27.9 0.72
40.0 24.6 0.61
41.4 21.0 0.51
42.7 18.2 0.43
Cooling Capacity (Standard Air Flow)
PRHG-10MYA (Use for Low ambient cooling parts)
-13-
Q
kW
44.5
45.7
47.2
44.5
45.7
47.2
48.9
50.5
45.7
47.2
48.9
50.5
52.1
53.9
48.9
50.5
52.1
53.9
55.7
57.3
50.5
52.1
53.9
55.7
57.3
59.0
52.1
53.9
55.7
57.3
59.0
W
kW
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.7
10.9
10.4
10.5
10.7
10.9
11.0
11.2
10.7
10.9
11.0
11.2
11.4
11.5
10.9
11.0
11.2
11.4
11.5
11.7
11.0
11.2
11.4
11.5
11.7
Q
kW
43.3
44.5
46.0
43.3
44.5
46.0
47.6
49.2
44.5
46.0
47.6
49.2
50.7
52.3
47.6
49.2
50.7
52.3
54.0
55.7
49.2
50.7
52.3
54.0
55.7
57.4
50.7
52.3
54.0
55.7
57.4
25.0
SHC SHF
kW
25.3 0.59
20.4 0.46
15.1 0.33
35.9 0.83
30.1 0.68
24.2 0.53
18.8 0.39
14.2 0.29
39.8 0.89
33.2 0.72
28.5 0.60
23.8 0.48
18.2 0.36
14.2 0.27
38.6 0.81
33.4 0.68
27.0 0.53
22.8 0.44
17.6 0.33
13.5 0.24
43.3 0.88
36.8 0.73
31.8 0.61
26.6 0.49
22.4 0.40
17.6 0.31
46.0 0.91
41.4 0.79
35.8 0.66
30.2 0.54
25.2 0.44
Air Volume
CMM
l/s
Cooling capacity
Compressor input
120
2000
0.962
0.984
140
2330
0.982
0.991
160
2670
1.000
1.000
180
3000
1.018
1.009
Factor for Various Air Flow
Indoor Indoor
DB°C WB°C
15
16
20
17
15
16
17
22
18
19
16
17
18
24
19
20
21
18
19
20
26
21
22
23
19
20
21
28
22
23
24
20
21
22
30
23
24
20.0
SHC SHF
kW
26.0 0.58
20.9 0.46
15.5 0.33
36.5 0.82
30.5 0.67
24.4 0.52
19.3 0.40
14.6 0.29
40.4 0.88
33.7 0.71
28.8 0.59
24.4 0.48
18.8 0.36
14.6 0.27
39.2 0.80
33.9 0.67
27.7 0.53
23.5 0.44
18.2 0.33
13.9 0.24
43.9 0.87
37.4 0.72
32.3 0.60
27.0 0.48
22.6 0.39
17.7 0.30
46.7 0.90
42.1 0.78
37.0 0.66
31.1 0.54
25.9 0.44
W
kW
10.9
11.1
11.3
10.9
11.1
11.3
11.4
11.6
11.1
11.3
11.4
11.6
11.8
12.0
11.4
11.6
11.8
12.0
12.2
12.4
11.6
11.8
12.0
12.2
12.4
12.6
11.8
12.0
12.2
12.4
12.6
Q
kW
42.0
43.2
44.7
42.0
43.2
44.7
46.2
47.8
43.2
44.7
46.2
47.8
49.3
50.8
46.2
47.8
49.3
50.8
52.4
54.0
47.8
49.3
50.8
52.4
54.0
55.6
49.3
50.8
52.4
54.0
55.6
30.0
SHC SHF
kW
24.9 0.59
20.1 0.47
14.9 0.33
35.3 0.84
29.6 0.68
23.8 0.53
18.5 0.40
14.1 0.29
39.5 0.91
32.7 0.73
28.0 0.61
23.5 0.49
18.0 0.37
14.0 0.28
38.3 0.83
32.9 0.69
26.6 0.54
22.5 0.44
17.4 0.33
13.1 0.24
42.6 0.89
36.3 0.74
31.4 0.62
26.2 0.50
21.6 0.40
17.0 0.31
45.3 0.92
40.7 0.80
35.3 0.67
29.7 0.55
24.9 0.45
Cooling Capacity (Standard Air Flow)
PRHG-15MYA
W
kW
11.6
11.8
12.0
11.6
11.8
12.0
12.2
12.4
11.8
12.0
12.2
12.4
12.6
12.8
12.2
12.4
12.6
12.8
13.0
13.2
12.4
12.6
12.8
13.0
13.2
13.5
12.6
12.8
13.0
13.2
13.5
35.0
SHC SHF
kW
24.5 0.60
19.8 0.47
14.7 0.34
34.7 0.85
29.1 0.69
23.4 0.54
18.3 0.41
13.6 0.29
39.3 0.94
32.4 0.75
27.6 0.61
23.1 0.50
17.8 0.37
13.6 0.28
37.7 0.84
32.3 0.70
26.1 0.55
22.2 0.45
16.8 0.33
13.0 0.25
41.6 0.90
35.6 0.75
30.8 0.63
25.3 0.50
21.3 0.41
16.9 0.31
44.8 0.94
40.3 0.82
34.6 0.68
29.2 0.56
24.6 0.46
W
kW
12.3
12.5
12.7
12.3
12.5
12.7
13.0
13.2
12.5
12.7
13.0
13.2
13.4
13.6
13.0
13.2
13.4
13.6
13.9
14.1
13.2
13.4
13.6
13.9
14.1
14.4
13.4
13.6
13.9
14.1
14.4
Q
kW
39.5
40.7
41.9
39.5
40.7
41.9
43.2
44.7
40.7
41.9
43.2
44.7
46.1
47.6
43.2
44.7
46.1
47.6
49.0
50.5
44.7
46.1
47.6
49.0
50.5
52.0
46.1
47.6
49.0
50.5
52.0
40.0
SHC SHF
kW
24.0 0.61
19.6 0.48
14.2 0.34
34.0 0.86
28.6 0.70
22.9 0.55
17.9 0.41
13.4 0.30
38.9 0.96
32.1 0.77
26.9 0.62
22.7 0.51
17.5 0.38
13.4 0.28
37.1 0.86
31.6 0.71
25.6 0.56
21.8 0.46
16.6 0.34
12.5 0.25
41.1 0.92
34.8 0.75
30.2 0.63
24.9 0.51
20.6 0.41
16.3 0.31
44.2 0.96
39.9 0.84
33.8 0.69
28.6 0.57
24.1 0.46
W
kW
13.0
13.3
13.5
13.0
13.3
13.5
13.8
14.1
13.3
13.5
13.8
14.1
14.3
14.6
13.8
14.1
14.3
14.6
14.8
15.0
14.1
14.3
14.6
14.8
15.0
15.3
14.3
14.6
14.8
15.0
15.3
Q
kW
37.8
39.0
40.1
37.8
39.0
40.1
41.2
42.6
39.0
40.1
41.2
42.6
44.1
45.5
41.2
42.6
44.1
45.5
47.0
48.4
42.6
44.1
45.5
47.0
48.4
49.8
44.1
45.5
47.0
48.4
49.8
46.0
SHC SHF
kW
23.6 0.63
19.0 0.49
13.9 0.35
33.2 0.88
28.1 0.72
22.3 0.56
17.4 0.42
13.0 0.31
38.0 0.97
31.5 0.79
26.3 0.64
21.9 0.51
17.0 0.39
12.8 0.28
35.8 0.87
30.9 0.72
25.2 0.57
21.2 0.47
16.2 0.35
12.2 0.25
40.0 0.94
34.1 0.77
29.6 0.65
24.2 0.52
20.1 0.42
15.9 0.32
42.8 0.97
39.0 0.86
33.4 0.71
28.3 0.58
23.9 0.48
W
kW
13.9
14.2
14.5
13.9
14.2
14.5
14.8
15.1
14.2
14.5
14.8
15.1
15.4
15.7
14.8
15.1
15.4
15.7
16.0
16.2
15.1
15.4
15.7
16.0
16.2
16.4
15.4
15.7
16.0
16.2
16.4
Total input = Compressor input + indoor fan motor input + outdoor fan motor input
Q; Cooling Capacity, SHC; Sensible Heat Capacity, W; Compressor Input
Q
kW
40.8
42.0
43.3
40.8
42.0
43.3
44.8
46.3
42.0
43.3
44.8
46.3
47.7
49.2
44.8
46.3
47.7
49.2
50.7
52.3
46.3
47.7
49.2
50.7
52.3
53.9
47.7
49.2
50.7
52.3
53.9
Outdoor DB°C
-14-
Q
kW
49.4
50.9
52.6
49.4
50.9
52.6
54.6
56.5
50.9
52.6
54.6
56.5
58.4
60.5
54.6
56.5
58.4
60.5
62.7
64.6
56.5
58.4
60.5
62.7
64.6
66.6
58.4
60.5
62.7
64.6
66.6
W
kW
8.8
8.9
9.0
8.8
8.9
9.0
9.1
9.2
8.9
9.0
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
Q
kW
48.6
50.0
51.7
48.6
50.0
51.7
53.7
55.5
50.0
51.7
53.7
55.5
57.4
59.4
53.7
55.5
57.4
59.4
61.5
63.4
55.5
57.4
59.4
61.5
63.4
65.4
57.4
59.4
61.5
63.4
65.4
0.0
SHC SHF
kW
28.0 0.58
22.2 0.44
16.3 0.32
38.9 0.80
32.5 0.65
26.3 0.51
20.8 0.39
15.7 0.28
43.7 0.87
36.4 0.70
31.2 0.58
26.1 0.47
20.3 0.35
15.4 0.26
41.4 0.77
35.7 0.64
29.5 0.51
25.1 0.42
19.3 0.31
15.0 0.24
46.0 0.83
39.6 0.69
34.6 0.58
28.9 0.47
24.1 0.38
19.2 0.29
49.8 0.87
44.7 0.75
38.6 0.63
32.8 0.52
28.3 0.43
Air Volume
CMM
l/s
Cooling capacity
Compressor input
120
2000
0.962
0.984
140
2330
0.982
0.991
160
2670
1.000
1.000
180
3000
1.018
1.009
Factor for Various Air Flow
Indoor Indoor
DB°C WB°C
15
16
20
17
15
16
17
22
18
19
16
17
18
24
19
20
21
18
19
20
26
21
22
23
19
20
21
28
22
23
24
20
21
22
30
23
24
–5.0
SHC SHF
kW
28.5 0.58
22.2 0.44
16.6 0.32
39.6 0.80
33.0 0.65
26.8 0.51
21.2 0.39
16.0 0.28
43.9 0.86
37.0 0.70
31.7 0.58
26.5 0.47
20.6 0.35
15.7 0.26
42.2 0.77
36.3 0.64
30.1 0.52
25.5 0.42
19.6 0.31
15.3 0.24
46.8 0.83
40.3 0.69
35.3 0.58
29.4 0.47
24.5 0.38
19.6 0.29
50.1 0.86
44.9 0.74
39.3 0.63
33.4 0.52
28.8 0.43
W
kW
8.9
9.0
9.1
8.9
9.0
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.0
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
Q
kW
47.1
48.4
50.1
47.1
48.4
50.1
51.9
53.7
48.4
50.1
51.9
53.7
55.4
57.4
51.9
53.7
55.4
57.4
59.4
61.2
53.7
55.4
57.4
59.4
61.2
63.1
55.4
57.4
59.4
61.2
63.1
10.0
SHC SHF
kW
27.5 0.58
21.8 0.45
16.4 0.33
38.2 0.81
31.9 0.66
25.9 0.52
20.5 0.39
15.5 0.29
42.8 0.88
35.6 0.71
30.6 0.59
25.6 0.48
19.9 0.36
15.3 0.27
40.7 0.78
34.9 0.65
29.0 0.52
24.6 0.43
19.0 0.32
14.8 0.24
45.6 0.85
38.8 0.70
33.9 0.59
28.3 0.48
23.6 0.39
19.0 0.30
48.7 0.88
43.7 0.76
38.4 0.65
32.1 0.53
27.8 0.44
W
kW
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
10.0
10.1
9.7
9.8
10.0
10.1
10.2
10.3
9.8
10.0
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.5
10.0
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.5
Q
kW
46.2
47.5
49.1
46.2
47.5
49.1
50.9
52.6
47.5
49.1
50.9
52.6
54.3
56.3
50.9
52.6
54.3
56.3
58.2
59.9
52.6
54.3
56.3
58.2
59.9
61.8
54.3
56.3
58.2
59.9
61.8
15.0
SHC SHF
kW
27.0 0.59
21.4 0.45
16.1 0.33
37.5 0.81
31.2 0.66
25.4 0.52
20.1 0.39
15.2 0.29
42.0 0.88
35.0 0.71
30.0 0.59
25.0 0.48
19.6 0.36
14.9 0.27
40.3 0.79
34.8 0.66
28.4 0.52
24.1 0.43
18.6 0.32
14.5 0.24
45.2 0.86
38.5 0.71
33.7 0.60
28.2 0.49
23.6 0.39
18.6 0.30
48.3 0.89
43.4 0.77
38.1 0.65
32.1 0.54
27.2 0.44
W
kW
9.8
9.9
10.0
9.8
9.9
10.0
10.1
10.2
9.9
10.0
10.1
10.2
10.4
10.5
10.1
10.2
10.4
10.5
10.7
10.8
10.2
10.4
10.5
10.7
10.8
11.0
10.4
10.5
10.7
10.8
11.0
Q
kW
27.5
27.3
27.1
26.9
26.6
26.5
26.3
26.2
26.0
25.9
25.8
25.7
25.5
W
kW
7.0
7.0
7.1
7.1
7.2
7.2
7.4
7.4
7.5
7.5
7.6
7.6
7.7
Q
kW
31.0
30.8
30.6
30.4
30.2
30.1
29.9
29.8
29.6
29.5
29.4
29.3
29.1
W
kW
7.7
7.7
7.8
7.8
7.9
7.9
8.0
8.0
8.1
8.1
8.2
8.2
8.3
–10
Q
kW
35.1
34.9
34.7
34.5
34.4
34.3
34.1
34.0
33.8
33.7
33.6
33.5
33.3
–5
W
kW
8.5
8.5
8.6
8.6
8.7
8.8
8.8
8.9
8.9
9.0
9.1
9.2
9.3
CMM
l/s
Heating capacity
Compressor input
Air Volume
120
2000
0.973
1.025
140
2330
0.985
1.013
160
2670
1.000
1.000
Q
kW
45.4
45.2
45.0
44.8
44.6
44.5
44.3
44.2
44.1
43.9
43.8
43.6
43.4
5
W
kW
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.8
10.9
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
11.6
11.7
11.9
10
Q
W
kW kW
51.6 11.6
51.4 11.7
51.2 12.0
51.0 12.1
50.8 12.2
50.6 12.4
50.5 12.5
50.3 12.6
50.2 12.7
50.0 13.0
49.8 13.1
49.6 13.2
49.4 13.4
15
Q
W
kW kW
58.8 13.0
58.6 13.2
58.3 13.3
58.1 13.5
57.8 13.7
57.6 13.8
57.4 14.1
57.2 14.2
57.0 14.4
56.7 14.5
56.5 14.7
56.2 14.9
56.0 15.0
Q; Heating Capacity, W; Compressor Input
OD WB°C
0
Q
W
kW kW
39.9 9.3
39.7 9.4
39.5 9.5
39.3 9.7
39.2 9.8
39.0 9.9
38.9 10.0
38.8 10.0
38.7 10.1
38.5 10.2
38.4 10.3
38.2 10.4
38.0 10.5
180
3000
1.015
0.987
Factor for Various Air Flow
Indoor
DB°C
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
–15
Heating Capacity (Standard Air Flow)
PRHG-15MYA
Total input = Compressor input + indoor fan motor input + outdoor fan motor input
Q; Cooling Capacity, SHC; Sensible Heat Capacity, W; Compressor Input
Outdoor DB°C
5.0
Q SHC SHF W
kW kW
kW
47.9 27.6 0.58 9.1
49.2 21.8 0.44 9.2
50.9 16.1 0.32 9.3
47.9 38.3 0.80 9.1
49.2 31.9 0.65 9.2
50.9 26.0 0.51 9.3
52.8 20.5 0.39 9.4
54.7 15.5 0.28 9.5
49.2 43.0 0.87 9.2
50.9 35.8 0.70 9.3
52.8 30.7 0.58 9.4
54.7 25.7 0.47 9.5
56.5 19.9 0.35 9.6
58.5 15.2 0.26 9.7
52.8 41.3 0.78 9.4
54.7 35.6 0.65 9.5
56.5 29.1 0.51 9.6
58.5 24.6 0.42 9.7
60.5 19.0 0.31 9.8
62.4 14.8 0.24 9.9
54.7 45.9 0.84 9.5
56.5 39.5 0.70 9.6
58.5 34.6 0.59 9.7
60.5 28.9 0.48 9.8
62.4 24.1 0.39 9.9
64.3 18.9 0.29 10.1
56.5 49.0 0.87 9.6
58.5 43.9 0.75 9.7
60.5 38.6 0.64 9.8
62.4 32.3 0.52 9.9
64.3 27.8 0.43 10.1
Cooling Capacity (Standard Air Flow)
PRHG-15MYA (Use for Low ambient cooling parts)
-15-
Q
kW
59.3
61.3
63.2
59.3
61.3
63.2
65.0
67.0
61.3
63.2
65.0
67.0
69.0
71.2
65.0
67.0
69.0
71.2
73.4
75.7
67.0
69.0
71.2
73.4
75.7
78.0
69.0
71.2
73.4
75.7
78.0
W
kW
13.7
14.0
14.1
13.7
14.0
14.1
14.3
14.5
14.0
14.1
14.3
14.5
14.8
15.0
14.3
14.5
14.8
15.0
15.2
15.5
14.5
14.8
15.0
15.2
15.5
15.8
14.8
15.0
15.2
15.5
15.8
Q
kW
57.4
59.5
61.2
57.4
59.5
61.2
63.0
64.9
59.5
61.2
63.0
64.9
66.8
68.9
63.0
64.9
66.8
68.9
71.0
73.3
64.9
66.8
68.9
71.0
73.3
75.6
66.8
68.9
71.0
73.3
75.6
25.0
SHC SHF
kW
31.6 0.55
24.7 0.41
18.0 0.29
43.9 0.77
36.5 0.61
29.3 0.48
23.5 0.37
18.0 0.28
49.1 0.82
41.0 0.67
35.1 0.56
29.4 0.45
22.7 0.34
17.6 0.26
47.1 0.75
40.4 0.62
33.2 0.50
28.3 0.41
22.1 0.31
16.9 0.23
52.0 0.80
45.0 0.67
39.8 0.58
33.0 0.46
27.3 0.37
21.7 0.29
55.4 0.83
49.2 0.71
42.7 0.60
36.5 0.50
31.9 0.42
Air Volume
CMM
l/s
Cooling capacity
Compressor input
170
2830
0.977
0.995
180
3000
0.987
0.997
190
3170
1.000
1.000
200
3330
1.010
1.003
Factor for Various Air Flow
Indoor Indoor
DB°C WB°C
15
16
20
17
15
16
17
22
18
19
16
17
18
24
19
20
21
18
19
20
26
21
22
23
19
20
21
28
22
23
24
20
21
22
30
23
24
20.0
SHC SHF
kW
32.2 0.54
25.4 0.41
18.6 0.29
44.8 0.76
37.1 0.61
30.3 0.48
24.3 0.37
18.2 0.27
50.0 0.82
41.8 0.66
35.7 0.55
29.9 0.45
23.1 0.33
17.8 0.25
48.1 0.74
41.1 0.61
33.7 0.49
28.8 0.40
22.5 0.31
17.5 0.23
53.1 0.79
45.9 0.66
40.6 0.57
33.5 0.46
27.7 0.37
22.0 0.28
56.5 0.82
50.2 0.70
43.5 0.59
37.1 0.49
32.4 0.41
W
kW
14.5
14.8
15.0
14.5
14.8
15.0
15.2
15.4
14.8
15.0
15.2
15.4
15.7
16.1
15.2
15.4
15.7
16.1
16.4
16.7
15.4
15.7
16.1
16.4
16.7
17.0
15.7
16.1
16.4
16.7
17.0
Q
kW
55.4
57.6
59.2
55.4
57.6
59.2
60.9
62.7
57.6
59.2
60.9
62.7
64.6
66.6
60.9
62.7
64.6
66.6
68.6
70.8
62.7
64.6
66.6
68.6
70.8
72.8
64.6
66.6
68.6
70.8
72.8
30.0
SHC SHF
kW
30.5 0.55
24.2 0.42
17.7 0.30
42.8 0.77
35.7 0.62
28.8 0.49
23.1 0.38
17.4 0.28
48.5 0.84
40.1 0.68
34.4 0.56
28.9 0.46
22.4 0.35
17.0 0.26
46.1 0.76
39.5 0.63
32.5 0.50
27.9 0.42
21.8 0.32
16.7 0.24
50.8 0.81
44.0 0.68
39.1 0.59
32.4 0.47
26.4 0.37
21.0 0.29
54.8 0.85
48.8 0.73
41.8 0.61
35.8 0.51
31.3 0.43
Cooling Capacity (Standard Air Flow)
PRHG-20MYA
W
kW
15.2
15.6
15.9
15.2
15.6
15.9
16.2
16.5
15.6
15.9
16.2
16.5
16.7
17.1
16.2
16.5
16.7
17.1
17.5
17.9
16.5
16.7
17.1
17.5
17.9
18.3
16.7
17.1
17.5
17.9
18.3
35.0
SHC SHF
kW
29.8 0.56
23.4 0.42
17.0 0.30
41.8 0.78
34.9 0.63
28.1 0.49
22.3 0.38
16.9 0.28
47.2 0.85
39.1 0.69
33.5 0.57
28.4 0.47
21.6 0.35
16.7 0.26
45.5 0.77
38.8 0.64
31.8 0.51
27.3 0.43
20.9 0.32
16.0 0.24
50.4 0.83
43.5 0.70
38.0 0.59
31.6 0.48
25.8 0.38
20.5 0.29
53.9 0.87
48.0 0.75
41.3 0.63
35.0 0.51
30.5 0.44
W
kW
16.2
16.6
16.8
16.2
16.6
16.8
17.2
17.5
16.6
16.8
17.2
17.5
17.9
18.3
17.2
17.5
17.9
18.3
18.6
19.1
17.5
17.9
18.3
18.6
19.1
19.5
17.9
18.3
18.6
19.1
19.5
Q
kW
51.4
53.2
54.8
51.4
53.2
54.8
56.4
58.0
53.2
54.8
56.4
58.0
59.7
61.4
56.4
58.0
59.7
61.4
63.3
65.0
58.0
59.7
61.4
63.3
65.0
66.7
59.7
61.4
63.3
65.0
66.7
40.0
SHC SHF
kW
29.1 0.57
22.7 0.43
16.6 0.30
41.2 0.80
34.3 0.64
27.4 0.50
21.8 0.39
16.4 0.28
46.2 0.87
38.5 0.70
32.7 0.58
27.6 0.48
21.0 0.35
16.3 0.27
44.7 0.79
38.0 0.65
31.0 0.52
26.6 0.43
20.5 0.32
15.7 0.24
49.2 0.85
42.8 0.72
37.0 0.60
30.8 0.49
25.1 0.39
20.0 0.30
52.9 0.89
47.2 0.77
40.7 0.64
34.5 0.53
30.1 0.45
W
kW
17.1
17.5
17.9
17.1
17.5
17.9
18.3
18.6
17.5
17.9
18.3
18.6
19.0
19.4
18.3
18.6
19.0
19.4
19.9
20.2
18.6
19.0
19.4
19.9
20.2
20.8
19.0
19.4
19.9
20.2
20.8
Q
kW
48.8
50.4
51.9
48.8
50.4
51.9
53.4
54.9
50.4
51.9
53.4
54.9
56.5
58.2
53.4
54.9
56.5
58.2
59.8
61.1
54.9
56.5
58.2
59.8
61.1
62.5
56.5
58.2
59.8
61.1
62.5
46.0
SHC SHF
kW
28.4 0.58
22.2 0.44
16.1 0.31
39.9 0.82
33.3 0.66
26.7 0.52
20.9 0.39
15.5 0.28
45.2 0.90
37.8 0.73
32.2 0.60
26.4 0.48
20.2 0.36
15.8 0.27
43.3 0.81
36.9 0.67
30.2 0.53
25.9 0.45
19.7 0.33
14.7 0.24
48.7 0.89
41.5 0.73
36.0 0.62
30.0 0.50
24.4 0.40
19.1 0.31
52.2 0.92
46.3 0.79
39.9 0.67
33.3 0.55
29.1 0.47
W
kW
18.3
18.7
19.2
18.3
18.7
19.2
19.6
19.9
18.7
19.2
19.6
19.9
20.3
20.8
19.6
19.9
20.3
20.8
21.4
21.8
19.9
20.3
20.8
21.4
21.8
22.3
20.3
20.8
21.4
21.8
22.3
Total input = Compressor input + indoor fan motor input + outdoor fan motor input
Q; Cooling Capacity, SHC; Sensible Heat Capacity, W; Compressor Input
Q
kW
53.4
55.5
57.0
53.4
55.5
57.0
58.7
60.8
55.5
57.0
58.7
60.8
62.2
64.0
58.7
60.8
62.2
64.0
66.0
68.0
60.8
62.2
64.0
66.0
68.0
69.9
62.2
64.0
66.0
68.0
69.9
Outdoor DB°C
-16-
Q
kW
65.9
68.2
70.5
65.9
68.2
70.5
72.6
75.0
68.2
70.5
72.6
75.0
77.3
80.0
72.6
75.0
77.3
80.0
82.6
85.3
75.0
77.3
80.0
82.6
85.3
88.1
77.3
80.0
82.6
85.3
88.1
W
kW
11.9
12.0
12.1
11.9
12.0
12.1
12.3
12.5
12.0
12.1
12.3
12.5
12.6
12.8
12.3
12.5
12.6
12.8
12.9
13.1
12.5
12.6
12.8
12.9
13.1
13.2
12.6
12.8
12.9
13.1
13.2
Q
kW
64.8
67.0
69.2
64.8
67.0
69.2
71.3
73.6
67.0
69.2
71.3
73.6
76.0
78.5
71.3
73.6
76.0
78.5
81.1
83.7
73.6
76.0
78.5
81.1
83.7
86.4
76.0
78.5
81.1
83.7
86.4
0.0
SHC SHF
kW
34.2 0.53
26.9 0.40
20.3 0.29
47.2 0.73
39.5 0.59
32.2 0.47
25.8 0.36
19.7 0.27
52.2 0.78
44.1 0.64
38.0 0.53
31.8 0.43
24.9 0.33
19.2 0.25
50.1 0.70
43.4 0.59
36.0 0.47
30.8 0.39
23.8 0.29
18.8 0.23
55.6 0.76
47.9 0.63
42.2 0.54
35.8 0.44
29.6 0.35
23.8 0.28
59.4 0.78
53.3 0.68
46.7 0.58
39.8 0.48
35.2 0.41
Air Volume
CMM
l/s
Coolinr capacity
Compressor input
170
2830
0.977
0.995
180
3000
0.987
0.997
190
3170
1.000
1.000
200
3330
1.010
1.003
Factor for Various Air Flow
Indoor Indoor
DB°C WB°C
15
16
20
17
15
16
17
22
18
19
16
17
18
24
19
20
21
18
19
20
26
21
22
23
19
20
21
28
22
23
24
20
21
22
30
23
24
–5.0
SHC SHF
kW
34.8 0.53
27.4 0.40
20.7 0.29
48.0 0.73
40.2 0.59
32.8 0.47
26.2 0.36
20.0 0.27
53.1 0.78
44.9 0.64
38.7 0.53
32.4 0.43
25.4 0.33
19.6 0.25
51.1 0.70
44.1 0.59
36.7 0.47
31.3 0.39
24.3 0.29
19.2 0.23
56.6 0.75
48.8 0.63
43.0 0.54
35.9 0.43
30.1 0.35
24.3 0.28
60.5 0.78
54.3 0.68
47.6 0.58
40.6 0.48
35.2 0.40
W
kW
12.0
12.2
12.3
12.0
12.2
12.3
12.4
12.6
12.2
12.3
12.4
12.6
12.7
12.9
12.4
12.6
12.7
12.9
13.0
13.2
12.6
12.7
12.9
13.0
13.2
13.4
12.7
12.9
13.0
13.2
13.4
Q
kW
62.7
64.9
67.0
62.7
64.9
67.0
69.0
71.2
64.9
67.0
69.0
71.2
73.4
75.8
69.0
71.2
73.4
75.8
78.3
80.8
71.2
73.4
75.8
78.3
80.8
83.4
73.4
75.8
78.3
80.8
83.4
10.0
SHC SHF
kW
33.1 0.53
26.5 0.41
19.7 0.29
46.3 0.74
38.8 0.60
31.7 0.47
25.3 0.37
19.4 0.27
51.7 0.80
51.5 0.77
37.3 0.54
31.3 0.44
24.5 0.33
19.0 0.25
49.8 0.72
42.5 0.60
35.4 0.48
30.2 0.40
23.5 0.30
18.6 0.23
55.1 0.77
47.6 0.65
42.0 0.55
35.2 0.45
29.0 0.36
23.5 0.28
58.8 0.80
52.2 0.69
45.8 0.58
39.1 0.48
34.5 0.41
W
kW
12.7
12.9
13.0
12.7
12.9
13.0
13.1
13.3
12.9
13.0
13.1
13.3
13.5
13.6
13.1
13.3
13.5
13.6
13.8
14.0
13.3
13.5
13.6
13.8
14.0
14.2
13.5
13.6
13.8
14.0
14.2
Q
kW
61.6
63.7
65.7
61.6
63.7
65.7
67.7
69.8
63.7
65.7
67.7
69.8
72.0
74.3
67.7
69.8
72.0
74.3
76.7
79.2
69.8
72.0
74.3
76.7
79.2
81.7
72.0
74.3
76.7
79.2
81.7
15.0
SHC SHF
kW
33.0 0.54
26.0 0.41
19.3 0.29
46.0 0.75
38.5 0.60
31.0 0.47
24.8 0.37
19.0 0.27
51.3 0.80
42.9 0.65
37.1 0.55
31.2 0.45
24.1 0.33
18.6 0.25
49.4 0.74
42.3 0.61
35.2 0.49
30.1 0.41
23.5 0.31
18.2 0.23
54.6 0.78
47.2 0.66
41.8 0.56
35.1 0.46
29.0 0.37
23.0 0.28
58.3 0.81
51.8 0.70
45.5 0.59
38.9 0.49
33.8 0.41
W
kW
13.2
13.4
13.5
13.2
13.4
13.5
13.6
13.8
13.4
13.5
13.6
13.8
14.0
14.2
13.6
13.8
14.0
14.2
14.5
14.7
13.8
14.0
14.2
14.5
14.7
15.0
14.0
14.2
14.5
14.7
15.0
Q
kW
36.1
35.7
35.3
35.1
34.9
34.7
34.5
34.3
34.1
33.9
33.9
33.7
33.4
W
kW
9.1
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.4
9.4
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.6
9.7
9.8
Q
kW
41.2
40.9
40.6
40.4
40.2
40.0
39.8
39.6
39.4
39.2
39.1
38.9
38.6
W
kW
9.9
9.9
10.0
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.3
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.5
10.6
10.7
–10
Q
kW
46.9
46.7
46.5
46.3
46.1
45.9
45.7
45.5
45.3
45.1
44.9
44.7
44.4
W
kW
10.9
11.0
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
11.6
11.7
11.8
11.8
11.9
12.0
–5
CMM
l/s
Heating capacity
Compressor input
Air Volume
170
2830
0.985
1.020
180
3000
0.993
1.013
190
3170
1.000
1.000
Q
kW
60.9
60.6
60.4
60.2
60.0
59.8
59.6
59.4
59.2
59.0
58.7
58.4
58.1
5
W
kW
13.5
13.7
13.8
14.0
14.1
14.2
14.4
14.5
14.6
14.8
14.9
15.1
15.2
10
Q
W
kW kW
69.4 15.2
69.1 15.4
68.8 15.6
68.5 15.7
68.3 15.9
68.0 16.0
67.8 16.2
67.6 16.3
67.3 16.5
67.0 16.7
66.7 16.8
66.4 17.0
66.1 17.2
15
Q
W
kW kW
78.8 17.0
78.5 17.2
78.2 17.4
77.9 17.6
77.6 17.8
77.3 18.0
77.0 18.2
76.6 18.4
76.3 18.6
76.0 18.9
75.6 19.1
75.3 19.3
75.0 19.5
Q; Heating Capacity, W; Compressor Input
OD WB°C
0
Q
W
kW kW
53.5 12.2
53.3 12.3
53.1 12.4
52.8 12.5
52.6 12.6
52.4 12.7
52.2 12.8
52.0 12.9
51.8 13.1
51.6 13.2
51.4 13.2
51.2 13.3
50.9 13.4
200
3330
1.007
0.987
Factor for Various Air Flow
Indoor
DB°C
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
–15
Heating Capacity (Standard Air Flow)
PRHG-20MYA
Total input = Compressor input + indoor fan motor input + outdoor fan motor input
Q; Cooling Capacity, SHC; Sensible Heat Capacity, W; Compressor Input
Outdoor DB°C
5.0
Q SHC SHF W
kW kW
kW
63.8 33.7 0.53 12.3
66.1 26.6 0.40 12.5
68.2 20.0 0.29 12.6
63.8 47.1 0.74 12.3
66.1 39.4 0.60 12.5
68.2 31.7 0.47 12.6
70.2 25.3 0.36 12.7
72.5 19.4 0.27 12.9
66.1 52.0 0.79 12.5
68.2 44.0 0.65 12.6
70.2 38.0 0.54 12.7
72.5 31.9 0.44 12.9
74.8 24.5 0.33 13.0
77.3 18.9 0.24 13.2
70.2 50.0 0.71 12.7
72.5 43.3 0.60 12.9
74.8 36.0 0.48 13.0
77.3 30.8 0.40 13.2
79.8 23.9 0.30 13.4
82.4 18.6 0.23 13.5
72.5 55.5 0.77 12.9
74.8 47.8 0.64 13.0
77.3 42.2 0.55 13.2
79.8 35.9 0.45 13.4
82.4 29.6 0.36 13.5
85.0 23.5 0.28 13.7
74.8 59.2 0.79 13.0
77.3 53.1 0.69 13.2
79.8 46.6 0.58 13.4
82.4 39.8 0.48 13.5
85.0 34.6 0.41 13.7
Cooling Capacity (Standard Air Flow)
PRHG-20MYA (Use for Low ambient cooling parts)
Indoor fan input
PRHG8
Total SP (Pa)
fan speed
200
Indoor fan input
fan speed
300
Indoor fan input
fan speed
400
Indoor fan input
CMM
L/S
rpm
kW
rpm
kW
rpm
kW
80
1330
967
1.20
1139
1.80
1305
2.42
85
1420
1036
1.27
1139
1.80
1329
2.56
90
1500
1036
1.27
1208
2.02
1329
2.56
95
1580
1036
1.27
1208
2.02
–
CMM
L/S
rpm
kW
rpm
kW
rpm
kW
rpm
kW
90
1500
1088
1.90
1208
2.26
1450
3.13
1595
3.96
100
1660
1088
1.90
1208
2.26
1450
3.13
–
110
1830
1139
2.16
1318
2.86
1450
3.13
–
120
2000
1139
2.16
1318
2.86
–
CMM
L/S
rpm
kW
rpm
kW
rpm
kW
rpm
kW
rpm
kW
120
2000
659
1.58
791
1.95
886
2.27
997
2.72
1088
3.07
130
2170
659
1.68
791
2.08
886
2.43
997
2.93
1088
3.3
140
2330
659
1.79
791
2.21
886
2.58
997
3.13
1088
3.52
150
2500
659
1.89
791
2.34
906
2.83
997
3.34
–
CMM
L/S
rpm
kW
rpm
kW
rpm
kW
rpm
kW
rpm
kW
170
2830
798
2.98
906
3.50
997
3.97
1088
4.44
1208
5.03
180
3000
798
3.06
906
3.66
997
4.17
1088
4.66
1208
5.27
190
3170
798
3.14
906
3.82
997
4.37
1088
4.89
1208
5.51
200
3330
798
3.23
906
3.98
997
4.56
1088
5.11
1208
5.75
PRHG10
Total SP (Pa)
fan speed
250
Indoor fan input
fan speed
350
Indoor fan input
fan speed
450
Indoor fan input
fan speed
550
Indoor fan input
–
PRHG15
Total SP (Pa)
fan speed
200
Indoor fan input
fan speed
300
Indoor fan input
fan speed
400
Indoor fan input
fan speed
500
Indoor fan input
fan speed
600
Indoor fan input
PRHG20
Total SP (Pa)
fan speed
300
Indoor fan input
fan speed
400
Indoor fan input
fan speed
500
Indoor fan input
fan speed
600
Indoor fan input
fan speed
700
Indoor fan input
-17-
160
2670
659
1.99
791
2.47
906
2.99
997
3.54
–
170
2830
659
2.1
791
2.6
906
3.15
997
3.75
–
180
3000
659
2.21
791
2.73
906
3.31
997
3.96
–
OPERATION RANGE
The range of working temperatures is as below.
Make sure which unit you are using and confirm the range of application.
Heating
Cooling
40
Range for
continuous operation
30
20
Range for
continuous operation
Use for low ambient
cooling parts as option
10
0
-5
-10
Range for
continuous operation
15
10
15
20
24 25
30
Indoor temp. (˚CWB)
Outdoor temp. (˚CWB)
Outdoor temp. (˚CDB)
50
46
10
5
0
-5
-10
-15
10
15
20
25 27 30
Indoor temp. (˚CDB)
Caution:
(Note)
As an applicable humidity outside standard for both indoors and outdoors, and
indoor return air we recommend use within a range of 35-80% relative humidity.
However, it is a condition that there is no be dewy in surfaces of electric parts.
-18-
The use of your air conditioner
outside the range of working
temperature and humidity can
result in serious failure.
FAN PERFORMANCE
PRHG-8MYA
600
Fan speed
<rpm>
1500
500
1.5kw
Total static pressure (Pa)
1400
400
1.1kw
1300
1200
300
1100
200
1000
900
800
100
internal static pressure
80
1330
85
90
1500
95
(CMM)
(L/S)
Air flow
*
: factory pre setting ESP = 100 Pa
PRHG-10MYA
800
700
Total static pressure (Pa)
600
Fan speed
<rpm>
1700
1600
1500
2.2kw
500
1400
1.5kw
400
1300
1200
300
1100
200
1000
900
internal static pressure
100
90
1500
95
100
1670
105
110
1830
115
120 (CMM)
2000 (L/S)
Air flow
*
: factory pre setting ESP = 100 Pa
-19-
PRHG-15MYA
1000
Fan speed
<rpm>
1300
800
Total static pressure (Pa)
1200
600
1100
3.7kw
1000
900
400
2.2kw
800
700
200
600
internal static pressure
0
120
2000
140
160
2670
180 (CMM)
(L/S)
Air flow
*
: factory pre setting ESP = 200 Pa
PRHG-20MYA
1000
Fan speed
<rpm>
1300
800
Total static pressure (Pa)
1200
600
5.5kw
1100
1000
3.7kw
400
900
800
700
200
600
internal static pressure
0
160
180
3000
200 (CMM)
3330 (L/S)
Air flow
*
: factory pre setting ESP = 200 Pa
-20-
PRHG-8MYA
factory pre setting
PRHG-10MYA
factory pre setting
Air flow
Total SP (Pa)
Fan speed
Pulley size
(Motor side)
200
Pulley size
(Fan side)
Belt size
Motor
Fan speed
Pulley size
(Motor side)
300
Pulley size
(Fan side)
Belt size
Motor
Fan speed
Pulley size
(Motor side)
400
Pulley size
(Fan side)
Belt size
Motor
CMM
L/S
rpm
mm
inch
mm
inch
inch
kW
rpm
mm
inch
mm
inch
inch
kW
rpm
mm
inch
mm
inch
inch
kW
80
1330
967
101.6
4
152.4
6
B30
1.1
1139
139.7
5.5
177.8
7
B34
1.1
1305
114.3
4.5
127
5
B33
1.5
85
1420
1036
127
5
177.8
7
B34
1.1
1139
139.7
5.5
177.8
7
B34
1.1
1329
139.7
5.5
152.4
6
B33
1.5
90
1500
1036
127
5
177.8
7
B34
1.1
1208
127
5
152.4
6
B32
1.1
1329
139.7
5.5
152.4
6
B33
1.5
95
1580
1036
127
5
177.8
7
B34
1.1
1208
127
5
152.4
6
B32
1.1
Air flow
Total SP (Pa)
Fan speed
Pulley size
(Motor side)
250
Pulley size
(Fan side)
Belt size
Motor
Fan speed
Pulley size
(Motor side)
Pulley size
350
(Fan side)
Belt size
Motor
Fan speed
Pulley size
(Motor side)
450
Pulley size
(Fan side)
Belt size
Motor
Fan speed
Pulley size
(Motor side)
550
Pulley size
(Fan side)
Belt size
Motor
CMM
L/S
rpm
mm
inch
mm
inch
inch
kW
rpm
mm
inch
mm
inch
inch
kW
rpm
mm
inch
mm
inch
inch
kW
rpm
mm
inch
mm
inch
inch
kW
90
1500
1088
114.3
4.5
152.4
6
B31
1.5
1208
127
5
152.4
6
B32
1.5
1450
127
5
127
5
B30
1.5
1595
139.7
5.5
127
5
B31
2.2
100
1660
1088
114.3
4.5
152.4
6
B31
1.5
1208
127
5
152.4
6
B32
1.5
1450
127
5
127
5
B30
2.2
110
1830
1139
139.7
5.5
177.8
7
B34
1.5
1318
127
5
139.7
5.5
B31
2.2
1450
127
5
127
5
B30
2.2
120
2000
1139
137.7
5.5
177.8
7
B34
1.5
1318
127
5
139.7
5.5
B31
2.2
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Air flow
Total SP (Pa)
Fan speed
factory pre setting
Pulley size
(Motor side)
200
Pulley size
(Fan side)
Belt size
Motor
Fan speed
Pulley size
(Motor side)
300
Pulley size
(Fan side)
Belt size
Motor
Fan speed
Pulley size
(Motor side)
400
Pulley size
(Fan side)
Belt size
Motor
Fan speed
Pulley size
(Motor side)
500
Pulley size
(Fan side)
Belt size
Motor
Fan speed
Pulley size
(Motor side)
600
Pulley size
(Fan side)
Belt size
Motor
CMM
L/S
rpm
mm
inch
mm
inch
inch
kW
rpm
mm
inch
mm
inch
inch
kW
rpm
mm
inch
mm
inch
inch
kW
rpm
mm
inch
mm
inch
inch
kW
rpm
mm
inch
mm
inch
inch
kW
120
2000
659
127
5
279.4
11
B44X2
2.2
791
152.4
6
279.4
11
B45X2
2.2
886
139.7
5.5
228.6
9
B41X2
2.2
997
139.7
5.5
203.2
8
B39X2
3.7
1088
152.4
6
203.2
8
B40X2
3.7
130
2170
659
127
5
279.4
11
B44X2
2.2
791
152.4
6
279.4
11
B45X2
2.2
886
139.7
5.5
228.6
9
B41X2
2.2
997
139.7
5.5
203.2
8
B39X2
3.7
1088
152.4
6
203.2
8
B40X2
3.7
140
2330
659
127
5
279.4
11
B44X2
2.2
791
152.4
6
279.4
11
B45X2
2.2
886
139.7
5.5
228.6
9
B41X2
2.2
997
139.7
5.5
203.2
8
B39X2
3.7
1088
152.4
6
203.2
8
B40X2
3.7
150
2500
659
127
5
279.4
11
B44X2
2.2
791
152.4
6
279.4
11
B45X2
2.2
906
127
5
203.2
8
B38X2
3.7
997
139.7
5.5
203.2
8
B39X2
3.7
Air flow
Total SP (Pa)
Fan speed
factory pre setting
Pulley size
(Motor side)
300
Pulley size
(Fan side)
Belt size
Motor
Fan speed
Pulley size
(Motor side)
400
Pulley size
(Fan side)
Belt size
Motor
Fan speed
Pulley size
(Motor side)
500
Pulley size
(Fan side)
Belt size
Motor
Fan speed
Pulley size
(Motor side)
600
Pulley size
(Fan side)
Belt size
Motor
Fan speed
Pulley size
(Motor side)
700
Pulley size
(Fan side)
Belt size
Motor
CMM
L/S
rpm
mm
inch
mm
inch
inch
kW
rpm
mm
inch
mm
inch
inch
kW
rpm
mm
inch
mm
inch
inch
kW
rpm
mm
inch
mm
inch
inch
kW
rpm
mm
inch
mm
inch
inch
kW
170
2830
798
139.7
5.5
254
10
B42X2
3.7
906
127
5
203.2
8
B38X2
3.7
997
139.7
5.5
203.2
8
B39X2
3.7
1088
152.4
6
203.2
8
B40X2
5.5
1208
127
5
152.4
6
B35X2
5.5
180
3000
798
139.7
5.5
254
10
B42X2
3.7
906
127
5
203.2
8
B38X2
3.7
997
139.7
5.5
203.2
8
B39X2
3.7
1088
152.4
6
203.2
8
B40X2
5.5
1208
127
5
152.4
6
B35X2
5.5
190
3170
798
139.7
5.5
254
10
B42X2
3.7
906
127
5
203.2
8
B38X2
3.7
997
139.7
5.5
203.2
8
B39X2
3.7
1088
152.4
6
203.2
8
B40X2
5.5
1208
127
5
152.4
6
B35X2
5.5
200
3330
798
139.7
5.5
254
10
B42X2
3.7
906
127
5
203.2
8
B38X2
3.7
997
139.7
5.5
203.2
8
B39X2
3.7
1088
152.4
6
203.2
8
B40X2
5.5
1208
127
5
152.4
6
B35X2
5.5
PRHG-15MYA
PRHG-20MYA
-22-
160
2670
659
127
5
279.4
11
B44X2
2.2
791
152.4
6
279.4
11
B45X2
2.2
906
127
5
203.2
8
B38X2
3.7
997
139.7
5.5
203.2
8
B39X2
3.7
170
2830
659
127
5
279.4
11
B44X2
2.2
791
152.4
6
279.4
11
B45X2
3.7
906
127
5
203.2
8
B38X2
3.7
997
139.7
5.5
203.2
8
B39X2
3.7
180
3000
659
127
5
279.4
11
B44X2
2.2
791
152.4
6
279.4
11
B45X2
3.7
906
127
5
203.2
8
B38X2
3.7
997
139.7
5.5
203.2
8
B39X2
3.7
Pulley outside dimensions are shown below: (Unit : mm)
(1) Shape of belt groove
e
f
w
L0
K0
øP.C
r3
K
r1
a
r2 r2
Shape of Nominal
V-belt Dia. øP.C
Over 125
Under 160
Over 160
Under 200
B
Over 200
a
(˚)
W
L0
K
K0
36 16.07 12.5 5.5
38 16.29
11.0mm
40˚
B type
(2) Shape of motor pulley boss (Unit : mm)
C
+ 0.028
24 + 0.007
2.2, 3.7
28 + 0.007
31
5.5
+ 0.028
38 + 0.007
41
A
B
B
1.1, 1.5
+ 0.028
27
-23-
r1
r2
9.5 19.0 12.5 0.2~0.5 0.5~1.0
16.5mm
A
f
r3
V-belt
thickness
(Reference)
1~2
11
34 15.86
Sectional plan of V-belt
MOTOR
CAPACITY
(kW)
e
+ 0.128
+ 0.007
+ 0.128
+ 0.007
+ 0.128
+ 0.009
C
8
8
10
+0.018
- 0.018
+0.028
- 0.013
+0.028
- 0.013
NC CURVES
50Hz
PRHG-8MYA
Sound pressure levels (SPL)
Condition
SPL
dB(A)
63Hz
125Hz
250Hz
500Hz
Cooling &
Heating
66.0
71.5
73.0
65.0
64.0
1000Hz 2000Hz 4000Hz 8000Hz
60.5
55.5
48.5
43.5
(dB)
Note. The measuring point is 1m
from the comp.service panel.
90
80
Octave-band level dB(0dB=20 Pa)
1m
NC-70
70
1m
measuring place : dead room
NC-60
60
NC-50
50
NC-40
40
Cooling &
Heating
NC-30
30
NC-20
20
10
63Hz
125Hz
250Hz
500Hz
1000Hz
2000Hz
4000Hz
8000Hz
Octave-band frequency [Hz]
50Hz
PRHG-10MYA
Sound pressure levels (SPL)
Condition
SPL
dB(A)
63Hz
125Hz
250Hz
500Hz
Cooling &
Heating
66.0
73.5
71.5
70.0
63.5
1000Hz 2000Hz 4000Hz 8000Hz
59.0
53.5
47.0
45.0
(dB)
Note. The measuring point is 1m
from the comp.service panel.
90
80
Octave-band level dB(0dB=20 Pa)
1m
NC-70
70
1m
measuring place : dead room
NC-60
60
NC-50
50
NC-40
40
NC-30
30
NC-20
20
10
63Hz
125Hz
250Hz
500Hz
1000Hz
Octave-band frequency [Hz]
-24-
2000Hz
4000Hz
8000Hz
50Hz
PRHG-15MYA
Sound pressure levels (SPL)
Condition
SPL
dB(A)
63Hz
125Hz
250Hz
500Hz
Cooling &
Heating
70.0
71.5
77.0
69.0
66.5
1000Hz 2000Hz 4000Hz 8000Hz
65.5
60.0
53.5
50.5
(dB)
Note. The measuring point is 1m
from the comp.service panel.
90
80
1m
NC-70
70
Octave-band level dB(0dB=20 Pa)
1m
measuring place : dead room
NC-60
60
NC-50
50
NC-40
40
NC-30
30
NC-20
20
10
63Hz
125Hz
250Hz
500Hz
1000Hz
2000Hz
4000Hz
8000Hz
Octave-band frequency [Hz]
50Hz
PRHG-20MYA
Sound pressure levels (SPL)
Condition
SPL
dB(A)
63Hz
125Hz
250Hz
500Hz
Cooling &
Heating
70.0
75.5
75.0
71.5
68.5
1000Hz 2000Hz 4000Hz 8000Hz
64.0
58.5
49.0
45.5
(dB)
Note. The measuring point is 1m
from the comp.service panel.
90
80
Octave-band level dB(0dB=20 Pa)
1m
NC-70
70
1m
NC-50
50
NC-40
40
NC-30
30
NC-20
20
10
63Hz
measuring place : dead room
NC-60
60
125Hz
250Hz
500Hz
1000Hz
Octave-band frequency [Hz]
-25-
2000Hz
4000Hz
8000Hz
APPROXIMATION FOR SOUND POWER LEVEL AT SUPPLY DUCT FLANGE OF UNIT
Side flow type
dB(A)
Air
volume
<CMM>
External
static
pressure
<Pa>
O / A
125Hz
250Hz
500Hz
1000Hz
2000Hz
4000Hz
PRHG-8MYA
80
100
74.3
77.2
74.5
71.4
69.5
65.2
60.6
PRHG-10MYA
100
100
76.9
79.5
76.9
73.8
72.2
68.0
63.7
PRHG-15MYA
160
200
79.8
82.3
79.8
76.7
75.1
71.1
66.9
PRHG-20MYA
190
200
83.0
85.0
82.6
79.7
78.3
74.5
70.7
Model
Down flow type
dB(A)
Air
volume
<CMM>
External
static
pressure
<Pa>
O / A
125Hz
250Hz
500Hz
1000Hz
2000Hz
4000Hz
PRHG-8MYA
80
100
74.4
77.3
74.7
71.5
69.7
65.4
60.8
PRHG-10MYA
100
100
77.1
79.7
77.1
74.1
72.4
68.3
64.0
PRHG-15MYA
160
200
80.2
82.6
80.1
77.0
75.5
71.4
67.3
PRHG-20MYA
190
200
83.3
85.3
82.9
80.0
78.7
74.9
71.2
Model
Note: This is very rough calculation, Noise level will be changed by operation condition or something.
-26-
OUTLINE DIMENSIONS
10
25
PRHG-8, 10
150 150 150 150 150 150
60
49
60
10
1020
15 100 100 15
25
(1342)
Condenser
Air inlet
15
(side flow)
A Detail
Supply air duct flange
25
46
60
150 150 150 150 150 150
60
49
10
170
36
1392
1300
1342
1020
1020
1300
20- ø3 Holes
10
107
51
A
25
4-15X25 Mtg. holes
265
1000
265
25
Hanger (4 places)
173
173
1000
1020
Return air
15
25
Supply
air
B Detail
Control box
Condenser
Air inlet
Return
air
Drain R 1
71
135
437
Wiring hole
A
265
1000
15
25
25
B
4-15X25 Mtg. holes
B Detail
46
51
15
25
(1342)
A Detail
1392
1300
1342
1300
25
(1342)
25
51
(down flow)
1530
25
46
50
265
Hanger (4 places)
Condenser
Air inlet
1000
Drain R 1
Control box
Condenser
Air inlet
9
9
71
Wiring hole
Return air
437
Supply air
C
1530
372
Supply air duct flange
812
261
10
832
160
40
10
160
96
10
160 160
49
320
160
100 100
96
10
160
49
10
19- ø3 Holes
-27-
41
160 160
10
1038
1058
49
10
View C (Bottom view)
281
10
160
160
832
226
Supply air
Return air
1058
Spring washer
46
368
49
160 160
372
R washer
T. Lock washer
140 140
Return air duct flange
46
Screw for earth connection
160 160
45
281
242
Screw
637
155
Screw is accessory parts.
Accessory parts is attached on control box cover.
87
107
412
Supply air
192
230
31
1020
B
(1342)
Screw for earth connection
107
20- ø3 Holes
46
51
36
173
170
Return air duct flange
16- ø3 Holes
25
15
(side flow)
25
(2032)
46
51
123
25
A
PRHG-15, 20
10
A Detail
72
200
200
200
200
200 200
200
72
428
Supply air & Return air
Duct flange
123
1744
15
B Detail
25
25
46
B
235
1330
(2032)
123
51
4-15X25 Mtg. holes
235
10
26- ø3 Holes
25
Screw for earth connection
34 120 120 120 34
1744
2082
1990
2032
49
1744
1990
200
123
1744
Return air
Supply
air
Control box
Condenser
Air inlet
(3 sides)
Return
air
Condenser
Air inlet
(3 sides)
Condenser
Air inlet
(3 sides)
77
124
Return air
123
1200
123
428
Supply air
169
428
51
Hanger (4 places)
Drain R 1
483
Wiring hole
1800
25
50
15
25
(2032)
51
46
25
A
(down flow)
2082
15
25
235
Hanger
(4 places)
B Detail
25
1330
(2032)
B
4-15X25 Mtg. holes
235
46
25
51
1990
2032
1990
A Detail
1200
Control box
Condenser
Air inlet
(3 sides)
8
8
77
Condenser
Air inlet
(3 sides)
Return air
483
Supply air
Drain R 1
Condenser
Air inlet
(3 sides)
Wiring hole
C
1800
Screw for earth connection
46
-28-
10
59.5
10
368
10
10
86
24- ø3 Holes
10
339
1412
Supply air duct flange
1432
1762
Return air duct flange
180 180 180 180 180 180 180
86
91
View C (Bottom view)
91
104
294
200 200
200
1782
1432
Supply air
Return air
1782
T. Lock washer
200 200 200
200
Spring washer
359
59.5 120 120
10
10
372
140 140
10
46
372
200
79
359
264
R washer
717
104
Screw is accessory parts.
Accessory parts is attached on control box cover.
Screw
22- ø3 Holes
WIRING DIAGRAMS
PRHG-8, 10MYA
(STANDARD)
Name
Compressor motor
Fan motor (indoor)
Fan motor (outdoor)
Contactor (compressor)
Contactor (fan I/D)
Terminal block
Fuse (3.15A)
Transformer
Over current relay(compressor)
Symbol
51F1,2
CR1,2
63H
FZ
CZ
30CZ,30FZ
49F
49C
CH
Name
Over current relay(fanI/D,O/D)
Surge killer
High-pressure switch
Auxiliary relay (fan)
Auxiliary relay (compressor)
Auxiliary relay (check)
Internal thermostat (fan O/D)
Internal thermostat (compressor)
Crankcase heater
51F2
Symbol
T1,2
21S4
C03,04,05
11~15
X1
X2
26D
HZ
SV
C11 1
X1
Name
Timer (defrost)
4-Way valve
Connector
Contactor (defrost)
Auxiliary relay (defrost)
Thermostat (defrost)
Auxiliary relay (4-way valve)
Solenoid valve
RED
2 WHITE
3 BLACK
TB1
∗
L1( )
L1
L1
Power Supply
380~415VAC
3N~PE
50Hz
RED
L2
WHITE
L3
52C
RED
51C
WHITE
BLACK
BLACK
51F1
52F
BLUE
L1
RED
RED
51F1
LCD REMOTE CONTROLLER
(PAC-204RC)
FC
30
FZ
1D 2D
1J
VIOLET
PINK
17
(30 MIN)
49C
12
30
CZ
X1
3J
CH
PINK
26
BROWN
BROWN
20
X2
BROWN
(15 MIN)
T2
27
C03 3
3
4
3
3
BROWN
5
GRAY GRAY
GRAY
CZ
30
CZ
13
15
Tr
26D
24
23
2
51C
TB3 M
3
19
14
30
FZ
C13 1
N
TB2 L
AC
24V
X1
X2
63H
FZ
26D
K
NOTE 4
C03 1 C03 1 C04
1
RED SILVER
25
C14 1
X2
H
G
X1
18
2J
51F2
T1
3
24VAC(L)
T2
FAN HI
TB3
BROWN
49F
52F
&
51F1
F
TB1
VIOLET
C12 1
11
E
51
4WV
16
B
T1
1
F2(3.15A)
HZ
51F2
FZ
3C
TB2
GRAY
1
F1 1A
Tr
MF1
BLACK
52C
F2 2A
RED
WHITE
PE
Fig 1.Control box Arrangement
52C
&
51C
MC
COMP 1
N
F1
(3.15A)
HZ
2C
RED
WHITE
BLACK
CIRCUIT BREAKER
(FIELD SUPPLY)
PRHG-8MYA ···50A
PRHG-10MYA ···60A
CZ
1C
MF2
24VAC(N)
Symbol
MC
MF1
MF2
52C
52F
TB1~3
F1,F2
Tr
51C
PINK
22 VIOLET
21
C15
CR1
MF1
P
MF2
R
S
63H T
21S4
SV
U
V
CH Q
30
FZ
N
R
63H T
MF2
49F
21S4 U
S
MC
49C
Q CH1
SV V
P
Controller connection.
Symbol No. Function
1
3
TB2
4
5
6
T1
X2
X1
SV
N
N
BLUE
T2
CZ
PAC-204RC
terminal no.
24VAC(L)
Power (Active)
Cooling or Heating COMP1
operation
Reversing valve for
4WV
Heating operation
Fan operation
FAN HI
24VAC(N)
Power (Neutral)
5
HZ
FZ
3
BLUE
6
GRAY
N
Fig 2.Unit internal layout (Service view)
CONTROL
BOX
21S4
52C
3
TB3
MF1
30
CZ
52F
4
3
C05 1
1
6
Caution,
1.To protect each fan motors and compressor from abnormal current,Over current relays
<51C>,<51F1,2> are installed. Therefore, Do notchange factory set value of over current relays.
2.Do not change factory set value of all timers.
Note
1.The dotted lines show field wiring.
2.The figure in the parenthesis show field supply parts.
3.Color of earth wire is yellow and green twisting.
4.In case of power supply 380V AC model Tr wiring.
EKL1
C03 1 C03 1 C04
1
RED
SILVER
AC
24V
Tr
C03 3
3
3
5.Refer below example about wiring mark.
6.Specification subject to change without notice.
-29-
<Example>
( ∗ mark wire) Lead wire
EKL1
MC
&49C
CR2
VIOLET
EKL1
E K
CONNECTED ADDRESS
(REF.Fig 1,2)
WIRE NUMBER
(REF.THIS DRAWING)
PRHG-8, 10MYA
(Use for Low ambient cooling parts <option>)
Symbol
CR1,2
63H
FZ
CZ
30CZ,30FZ
<TH>
49F
49C
CH
T1,2
Name
Surge killer
High-pressure switch
Auxiliary relay (fan)
Auxiliary relay (compressor)
Auxiliary relay (check)
Thermistor
Internal thermostat (fan O/D)
Internal thermostat (compressor)
Crankcase heater
Timer (defrost)
51F2
Symbol
21S4
C03,04,05
11~15
X1
X2
26D
HZ
SV
Name
4-Way valve
Connector
Contactor (defrost)
Auxiliary relay (defrost)
Thermostat (defrost)
Auxiliary relay (4-way valve)
Solenoid valve
LOW AMBIENT
COOLING PARTS
C11 1
X1
L2
WHITE
L3
52C
RED
51C
TH
RED
FC
WHITE
WHITE
BLACK
BLACK
FULL LOAD INPUT
51F1
52F
BLUE
RED
WHITE
PE
BLACK
L1
RED
MF1
RED
Fig 1.Control box Arrangement
F2(3.15A)
HZ
51F2
F1 1A
Tr
F2 2A
HZ
2C
16
B
T2
30
FZ
1D 2D
1J
T1
VIOLET
TB3
BROWN
LCD REMOTE CONTROLLER
(PAC-204RC)
FC
17
(30 MIN)
49C
12
X1
FZ
3J
TB2 L
CH
PINK
26
BROWN
BROWN
20
X2
BROWN
(15 MIN)
T2
27
C03 3
3
BROWN
5
4
3
3
GRAY GRAY
GRAY
CZ
30
CZ
13
15
Tr
26D
24
23
2
51C
TB3 M
3
19
14
30
FZ
C13 1
N
K
NOTE 4
C03 1 C03 1 C04
1
RED SILVER
AC
24V
X1
X2
63H
X2
H
G
X1
25
C14 1
2J
51F2
T1
3
18
26D
TB1
PINK
30
CZ
52F
&
51F1
F
E
VIOLET
C12 1
11
52C
&
51C
51
49F
FZ
3C
1
1
51F1
52C
TB2
GRAY
24VAC(L)
N
F1
(3.15A)
CZ
1C
N
MC
BLACK
CIRCUIT BREAKER
(FIELD SUPPLY)
PRHG-8MYA ···50A
PRHG-10MYA ···60A
MF2
3 BLACK
L3 W
FAN HI
∗
L1( )
L1
RED
1 RED
2 WHITE
L2 V
4WV
TB1
L1
Power Supply
380~415VAC
3N~PE
50Hz
C11
L1 U
2
3
COMP 1
Name
Compressor motor
Fan motor (indoor)
Fan motor (outdoor)
Contactor (compressor)
Contactor (fan I/D)
Terminal block
Fuse (3.15A)
Transformer
Over current relay(compressor)
Over current relay(fanI/D,O/D)
24VAC(N)
Symbol
MC
MF1
MF2
52C
52F
TB1~3
F1,F2
Tr
51C
51F1,2
PINK
22 VIOLET
21
C15
CR1
MF1
P
MF2
R
S
63H T
21S4
SV
U
V
CH Q
30
FZ
N
R
63H T
MF2
49F
21S4 U
S
MC
49C
Q CH1
SV V
P
Controller connection.
Symbol No. Function
1
3
TB2
4
5
6
T1
X2
X1
SV
N
N
BLUE
T2
CZ
PAC-204RC
terminal no.
24VAC(L)
Power (Active)
Cooling or Heating COMP1
operation
Reversing valve for
4WV
Heating operation
Fan operation
FAN HI
24VAC(N)
Power (Neutral)
5
HZ
FZ
3
BLUE
6
GRAY
N
Fig 2.Unit internal layout (Service view)
CONTROL
BOX
21S4
52C
3
TB3
MF1
30
CZ
52F
4
3
C05 1
1
6
Caution,
1.To protect each fan motors and compressor from abnormal current,Over current relays
<51C>,<51F1,2> are installed. Therefore, Do notchange factory set value of over current relays.
2.Do not change factory set value of all timers.
Note
1.The dotted lines show field wiring.
2.The figure in the parenthesis show field supply parts.
3.Color of earth wire is yellow and green twisting.
4.In case of power supply 380V AC model Tr wiring.
EKL1
C03 1 C03 1 C04
1
RED
SILVER
AC
24V
Tr
C03 3
3
3
5.Refer below example about wiring mark.
6.Specification subject to change without notice.
-30-
<Example>
( ∗ mark wire) Lead wire
EKL1
MC
&49C
CR2
VIOLET
EKL1
E K
CONNECTED ADDRESS
(REF.Fig 1,2)
WIRE NUMBER
(REF.THIS DRAWING)
PRHG-15, 20MYA
52F
51F1
Symbol
RED
WHITE
BLACK
TB1
L2
52C1
L1(*)
L1
RED
51C1
RED
WHITE
WHITE
L3
N
MC1
BLACK
BLACK
X1 C11 1 RED
2 WHITE
3 BLACK
51F2
BLUE
PE
CIRCUIT BREAKER
(FIELD SUPPLY)
PRHG-15,20MYA-EU(S) ··· 100A
52C2
51C2
MF2
RED
WHITE
MC2
BLACK
X2 C21 1 RED
2 WHITE
3 BLACK
51F3
F1(3.15A)
RED
L1(*1)
51F1
X4
ORANGE
X1
X3
3
25
C24 1
30
63H1-1
1
C23
CH1
CH2
14
21
15
ORANGE
F2(3.15A)
43
LCD REMOTE CONTROLLER
(PAC-204RC)
63H
2-2
39
PINK
37
2
2
C15
TCZ
40
C25
3
1
T3
41
3
C03 3
3
3
3
4
5
GRAY
52F
52C2
52C1
30
FZ
30
CZ1
T3
N
X2
T2
T4
A
1B
2B
3B
CZ
HZ
FZ
52F
&
51F1
TCZ
D
C
52C1
&
51C1
1E
52C2
&
51C2
2E
F1 4B
T1
1F
T2
2F
T3
T4
3F
4F
1G
2G
3G
4G
5G
30
FZ
30
CZ1
30
CZ2
X3
X4
51F2
1H
51F3
2H
X1
1N
X2
2N
F2 5B
26D1 26D2
TB1
J
TB2 K
TB3 L
1M
2M
C03 1 C03 1 C04
1
RED
SILVER
AC
24V
Tr
(INDOOR SIDE)
C03 3
3
3
5.Refer right example about wiring mark.
6.Specification subject to change without notice.
P
MC1
49C1
MC2 MF3
49C2 49F2
1S
2S
CH1 1T
2T CH2
CONTROL BOX
(OUTDOOR SIDE)
FZ
2U
63H1-2 2R
21S42 2Q
63H2-2 2V
1DHL1
1DHL1
Connected address
1D H (Ref. Fig 1, 2)
-31-
Controller connection.
Symbol No.
1
3
TB2
4
5
6
7
Lead wire
<Example> [(*1)Mark wire]
1DHL1
MF1
1U
HZ
Caution,
1.To protect each fan motor and compressor from abnormal current, over current relays<51C1,2>, <51F1~3>are
installed. Therefore, do not change factory set value of over current relays.
2.Do not change factory set value of all timers.
3.This timer <TCZ> installed because the power supply breaker may operate if two compressors start at the same time.
Note:1.The dotted lines show field wiring.
2.The figure in the parenthesis show field supply parts.
3.Color of earth wire is yellow and green twisting.
4.In case of power supply 380V AC model Tr wiring.
Fig 2. Unit internal layout
MF2
49F1
TCZ
7
GRAY 7
Fig 1. Control box layout
63H1-1 1R
21S41 1Q
63H2-1 1V
CZ
N
N
Tr
6
GRAY GRAY GRAY
X4
X1
T1
N
BLUE
6
CR3
30
CZ2
N
TB3
X3
CR2
CR1
5
4
AC
24V
Tr
T4
21
S42
35
3
ORANGE
PINK
PINK
1
21
S41
29
28
22
NOTE 4
C03 1 C03 C04
1
1
RED SILVER
26
D2
BROWN
BROWN
30
CZ2
VIOLET
T2
C28 1
34
27
VIOLET
30
CZ1
PINK
X2
36
CZ
30
FZ
3
X2
42
26
D1
51C2
20
FZ
3
BROWN
2
26
51C1
PINK
X4
PINK
63H1-2
2
1
31
PINK
38
63H
2-1
33
18
C14 1
19
T1
C18 1
49C2
49C1
ORANGE PINK
X1
3
24
PINK
FAN HI
17
13
1
BROWN
49F2
49F1
X3
32
C22 1
24VAC(L)
23
VIOLET
51
BROWN
4WV
16
C13
1
TB2
FC
51F3
C12 1
VIOLET
Surge killer
HZ
51F2
12
Connector
GRAY
TB3
11
Timer
Internal thermostat (fan O/D)
Internal thermostat (compressor)
Crankcase heater
Contactor (defrost)
Auxiliary relay (defrost)
4-Way valve
Auxiliary relay (4-Way-valve)
Timer (defrost)
Thermostat (defrost)
COMP 2
52
C2
Name
TCZ
49F1,2
49C1,2
CH1,2
X1,2
X3,4
21S41,2
HZ
T1~4
26D1,2
C03,04,
11~15,18
21~25,28
CR1~3
COMP 1
52
C1
MF3
Compressor motor
Fan motor (indoor)
Fan motor (outdoor)
Contactor (compressor)
Contactor (fan I/D)
Terminal block
Fuse (3.15A)
Transformer
Over current relay(compressor)
Over current relay(fan I/D)
Over current relay(fan O/D)
High-pressure switch
High-pressure switch (defrost)
Auxiliary relay (fan)
Auxiliary relay (compressor)
Auxiliary relay (check)
Auxiliary relay (check)
24VAC(N)
L1
POWER SUPPLY
380~415VAC
3N~PE
50Hz
MF1
Symbol
Name
MC1,2
MF1
MF2,3
52C1,2
52F
TB1~3
F1,F2
Tr
51C1,2
51F1
51F2,3
63H1-1,1-2
63H2-1,2-2
FZ
CZ
30CZ1,2
30FZ
Wire number [(*1)Mark]
(Ref. This drawing)
Function
Power (Active)
Cooling or Heating
operation
Cooling or Heating
operation
Reversing valve for
Heating operation
Fan operation
Power (Neutral)
PAC-204RC
terminal no.
24VAC(L)
COMP1
COMP2
4WV
FAN HI
24VAC(N)
PRHG-15, 20MYA
(Use for Low ambient cooling parts <option>)
52F
51F1
MF1
BLACK
L1
∗
TB1
L1( )
L1
RED
L2
52C1
51C1
RED
WHITE
WHITE
L3
N
MC1
BLACK
BLACK
Power Supply
380~415VAC
3N~PE
50Hz
Symbol
MC1,2
MF1
MF2,3
52C1,2
52F
TB1~3
F1,F2
Tr
RED
WHITE
X1 C11 1
2
3
51F2
BLUE
PE
LOW AMBIENT
COOLING PARTS
C11
L1 U
1 RED
2 WHITE
L2 V
TH1
CIRCUIT BREAKER
(FIELD SUPPLY)
PRHG-15,20MYA···100A
MF2
3 BLACK
L3 W
51C1,2
51F1
51F2,3
63H1,2
FZ
CZ
30CZ1,2
30FZ
TCZ
FC
N
51C2
52C2
FULL LOAD INPUT
RED
WHITE
MC2
BLACK
X2 C21 1
2
3
51F3
F1(3.15A)
LOW AMBIENT
COOLING PARTS
C21
L1 U
1 RED
2 WHITE
L2 V
MF3
3 BLACK
L3 W
TH2
Name
Compressor motor
Fan motor (indoor)
Fan motor (outdoor)
Contactor (compressor)
Contactor (fan I/D)
Terminal block
Fuse (3.15A)
Transformer
Over current relay
(compressor)
Over current relay(fan I/D)
Over current relay(fan O/D)
High-pressure switch
Auxiliary relay (fan)
Auxiliary relay (compressor)
Auxiliary relay (check)
Auxiliary relay (check)
Timer
Symbol
49F1,2
49C1,2
CH1,2
X1,2
X3,4
21S41,2
HZ
Name
Internal thermostat
(fan O/D)
Internal thermostat
(compressor)
Crankcase heater
Contactor (defrost)
Auxiliary relay (defrost)
4-Way valve
Auxiliary relay
(4-Way-valve)
Timer (defrost)
Thermostat (defrost)
T1~4
26D1,2
C03,04,
11~15,18, Connector
21~25,28
CR1~3 Surge killer
TH1, 2 Thermistor
FC
N
FULL LOAD INPUT
RED
L1(*1)
GRAY
51F1
HZ
23
VIOLET
X4
ORANGE
X1
X3
3
18
25
C24 1
30
C13
1
C23
CH1
3
14
PINK
21
15
ORANGE
ORANGE
1
C04
1
PINK
PINK
3
1
T3
41
3
C03 3
3
3
3
4
5
GRAY
52C1
52F
30
FZ
52C2
30
CZ1
X1
T1
T3
X2
T2
CZ
Tr
A
2B
3B
CZ
HZ
FZ
52F
&
51F1
TCZ
D
C
52C1
&
51C1
1E
52C2
&
51C2
2E
F1 4B
T1
1F
T2
2F
T3
T4
3F
4F
1G
2G
3G
4G
5G
30
FZ
30
CZ1
30
CZ2
X3
X4
51F2
1H
51F3
2H
X1
1N
X2
2N
F2 5B
26D1 26D2
TB1
J
TB2 K
TB3 L
1M
2M
C03 1 C03 1 C04
1
RED
SILVER
AC
24V
Tr
Fig 2. Unit internal layout
C03 3
3
3
5.Refer right example about wiring mark.
6.Specification subject to change without notice.
P
MC1
49C1
MC2 MF3
49C2 49F2
1S
2S
CH1 1T
2T CH2
CONTROL BOX
(OUTDOOR SIDE)
FZ
2U
Lead wire
<Example> [(*1)Mark wire]
63H1-2 2R
21S42 2Q
63H2-2 2V
1DHL1
1DHL1
Connected address
1D H (Ref. Fig 1, 2)
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Controller connection.
Symbol No.
1
3
TB2
4
5
6
7
1DHL1
MF1
1U
HZ
Caution,
1.To protect each fan motor and compressor from abnormal current, over current relays<51C1,2>, <51F1~3>are
installed. Therefore, do not change factory set value of over current relays.
2.Do not change factory set value of all timers.
3.This timer <TCZ> installed because the power supply breaker may operate if two compressors start at the same time.
Note:1.The dotted lines show field wiring.
2.The figure in the parenthesis show field supply parts.
3.Color of earth wire is yellow and green twisting.
4.In case of power supply 380V AC model Tr wiring.
(INDOOR SIDE)
MF2
49F1
TCZ
7
GRAY 7
Fig 1. Control box layout
63H1-1 1R
21S41 1Q
63H2-1 1V
T4
N
N
1B
6
GRAY GRAY GRAY
X4
N
N
BLUE
6
CR3
30
CZ2
N
TB3
X3
CR2
CR1
5
4
AC
24V
Tr
T4
21
S42
35
3
C03
SILVER
C25
1
21
S41
29
28
22
BROWN
NOTE 4
C03 1
RED
40
BROWN
C15
TCZ
30
CZ2
VIOLET
LCD REMOTE CONTROLLER
(PAC-204RC)
2
26
D2
34
27
VIOLET
30
CZ1
30
FZ
3
39
PINK
37
2
F2(3.15A)
43
63H
2-2
36
CZ
FZ
X2
T2
C28 1
26
D1
51C2
20
PINK
BROWN
2
26
51C1
CH2
X2
42
63H1-2
2
1
X4
PINK
FAN HI
63H1-1
31
PINK
38
63H
2-1
33
C14 1
19
T1
C18 1
49C2
49C1
ORANGE PINK
VIOLET
X1
3
24
PINK
4WV
17
13
1
BROWN
49F2
49F1
12
X3
32
C22 1
C12 1
COMP 2
16
FC
51F3
24VAC(L)
51F2
51
BROWN
TB3
11
1
TB2
COMP 1
52
C2
24VAC(N)
52
C1
Wire number [(*1)Mark]
(Ref. This drawing)
Function
Power (Active)
Cooling or Heating
operation
Cooling or Heating
operation
Reversing valve for
Heating operation
Fan operation
Power (Neutral)
PAC-204RC
terminal no.
24VAC(L)
COMP1
COMP2
4WV
FAN HI
24VAC(N)
ELECTRICAL OPERATION FLOW CHARTS
PRHG-8, 10MYA
START
POWER ON
CH ON
30FZ, 30CZ ON (SELF HOLD)
LCD controller
cooling ON ?
LCD controller
heating ON ?
NO
NO
YES
FZ ON
YES
FZ ON
52F ON
MF1 OPERATE
52F ON
MF1 OPERATE
HZ ON
LCD controller
COMP 1 ON ?
NO
21S4 ON, T1 ON
YES
CZ ON
LCD controller
COMP 1 ON ?
52C ON
MC OPERATE
MF2 OPERATE
NO
YES
CZ ON
52C ON
MC OPERATE
MF2 OPERATE
CH OFF
SAFETY
DEVICE OFF ?
(51F2, 49F, 49C,
63H, 51C)
NO
SAFETY
DEVICE OFF ?
(51F1)
YES
30CZ OFF
YES
30FZ,30CZ OFF
52C OFF
MC STOP
MF2 STOP
52F, 52C OFF
MF1, MF2 STOP
MC STOP
CH ON
CH ON
SERVICE CALL
SERVICE CALL
CH OFF
NO
PASS THE 30 MIN ?
(T1)
NO
YES
26D ON ?
(Condensing <= 6±1.5°C )
temp.
NO
YES
SV, T2 ON
X1 ON (SELF HOLD)
X2 ON
CONTINUE ?
YES
NO
21S4 OFF
T1 OFF
52F OFF
MF1, MF2 STOP
LCD controller OFF
Go
52F, 52C OFF
MF1, MF2 STOP
MC STOP
PASS THE 15 MIN ?
(T2)
CH ON
POWER OFF ?
NO
YES
NO
YES
X1, SV, T2
OFF
X2 OFF
END
21S4, T1 ON
52F ON
MF1, MF2 OPERATE
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26D OFF ?
> 26±1.5°C)
temp. =
(Condensing
NO
PRHG-15, 20MYA
START
POWER ON
CH1, 2 ON
30FZ, 30CZ1, 30CZ2 ON (SELF HOLD)
LCD controller
cooling ON ?
LCD controller
heating ON ?
NO
YES
FZ ON (SELF HOLD)
YES
FZ ON (SELF HOLD)
52F ON
MF1 OPERATE
52F ON
MF1 OPERATE
PASS
THE 30 MIN ON ?
(T1)
NO
YES
NO
YES
CZ ON
LCD controller
COMP1 ON ?
52C1 ON
MC1 OPERATE
MF2 OPERATE
YES
YES
LCD controller
COMP2 ON ?
X4 ON ?
NO
NO
YES
X1 ON (SELF HOLD)
T3 ON
X2 ON (SELF HOLD)
T4 ON
X3 ON
X4 ON
21S41 OFF
T1 OFF
MF2 STOP
21S42 OFF
T2 OFF
MF3 STOP
CH1 OFF
PASS
THE 15 MIN ON ?
(T3)
YES
LCD controller
COMP2 ON ?
TCZ ON
PASS THE 2 SEC. ?
NO
YES
TCZ ON
NO
YES
52C2 ON
MC2 OPERATE
MF3 OPERATE
PASS THE 2 SEC. ?
NO
NO
26D2 OFF ?
> 26±1.5°C)
( Condensing
temp. =
OR 63H2-1 OFF ?
> 2.16MPa)
( High
pressure=
OR 63H2-2 OFF ?
>= 2.16MPa )
( High
pressure
YES
YES
YES
X2 OFF
T4 OFF
X3 OFF
X4 OFF
21S41, T1 ON
MF2 OPERATE
21S42, T2 ON
MF3 OPERATE
No. 2 SAFETY
DEVICE OFF ?
(51F3, 49F2, 49C2,
63H2, 51C2)
YES
YES
30FZ, 30CZ1 30CZ2 OFF
30CZ1 OFF
30CZ2 OFF
52F, 52C1, 52C2 OFF
MF1, MF2, MF3 STOP
MC1, MC2 STOP
52C1 OFF
MC1 STOP
MF2 STOP
52C2 OFF
MC2 STOP
MF3 STOP
CH1, CH2 ON
CH1 ON
CH2 ON
SERVICE CALL
SERVICE CALL
SERVICE CALL
Go
NO
CONTINUE ?
YES
Go
NO
LCD controller OFF
52F, 52C1, 52C2 OFF
MF1, MF2, MF3 STOP
MC1, MC2 STOP
CH1, CH2 ON
NO
POWER OFF ?
YES
END
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NO
NO
26D1 OFF ?
Go
No. 1 SAFETY
DEVICE OFF ?
(51F2, 49F1, 49C1,
63H1, 51C1)
PASS
THE 15 MIN ON ?
(T4)
> 26±1.5°C)
( Condensing
temp. =
X1 OFF
T3 OFF
CH OFF
YES
NO
NO
YES
NO
YES
52C2 ON
MC2 OPERATE
MF3 OPERATE
CH2 OFF
SAFETY
DEVICE (51F1)
OFF ?
X3 ON ?
NO
YES
52C1 ON
MC1 OPERATE
MF2 OPERATE
NO
26D2 ON ?
< 6±1.5°C )
temp. =
(Condensing
NO
YES
CZ ON
CH1 OFF
NO
26D1 ON ?
< 6±1.5°C )
temp. =
21S41, 2 ON, T1, T2 ON
NO
YES
(Condensing
HZ ON
LCD controller
COMP1 ON ?
PASS
THE 30 MIN ON ?
(T2)
NO
REFRIGERANT CYCLE SCHEMATIC
PRHG-8, 10, 15, 20MYA
OUTDOOR COIL
INDOOR COIL
High
pressure
switch
4-Way
valve
( ONLY
PRHG-8,10MYA )
High
pressure
switch
(defrost)
(ONLY PRHG-15,20MYA)
Check
joint
Muffler
Strainer
(ONLY PRHG-8MYA)
Check
joint
Compressor
Strainer
Solenoid
valve
Accumulator
Capillary Tube
(Heating)
Capillary Tube
(Cooling)
Check
valve
Check
valve
Strainer
Note: 1.PRHG-15,20MYA is comprised of two refrigerant cycles.
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SAFETY & CONTROL DEVICES
ITEM
Compressor over current relay
51C
63H
PRHG-8MYA
PRHG-10MYA
PRHG-15MYA
PRHG-20MYA
22A
31.0A
22A
31.0A
2.94MPa OFF
High pressure switch
High pressure switch (defrost)
Indoor fan motor over current relay
63H1-1, 1-2
2.94MPa OFF
63H2-1, 2-2
2.16MPa OFF
51F1
2.8A
51F2
3.6A
5.0A
7.5A
2.5A
Outdoor fan motor over corrent relay
2.5A
51F3
Outdoor fan motor internal thermostat
49F
26D
Frost protector
150 ˚C OFF
6 ± 1.5 ˚C ON, 26 ± 1.5 ˚C OFF
6 ± 1.5 ˚C ON, 26 ± 1.5 ˚C OFF
26D1, 2
Fuse (Control circuit)
F
3.15A
Fuse (Operation circuit)
F
3.15A
ACCESSORY AVAILABILITY
Model
PRHG-8MYA
PRHG-10MYA
PRHG-15MYA
PRHG-20MYA
Description
Service ref.
PRHG-8MYA-EU PRHG-10MYA-EU PRHG-15MYA-EU PRHG-20MYA-EU
Low Ambient Cooling parts
PAC-205FC
Pressure Gauge
PAC-206PG
Special order
Fin guard
Anti corrosion
(Service ref.)
* Low Ambient cooling
(PRHG-8MYA-EUS) (PRHG-10MYA-EUS) (PRHG-15MYA-EUS) (PRHG-20MYA-EUS)
It is possible to conduct cooling operation under an outdoor temperature even down to -5 ˚C.
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INSTALLATION
All series of air conditioners are designed for outdoor installations and are to be placed on a slab or rooftop, however if the
air conditioner is to be installed in a plant room application, please contact your equipment supplier prior to installation.
Access for both service and installation must be provided to the compressors, control wiring and fans as shown below.
1. Space required around units
(1) Care must be taken to prevent recirculation air.
To stabilize compressor, condensing pressures it is
recommended that wherever possible the condenser air
inlet side be faced away from prevailing winds.
(2) For rooftop installation, the type of mounting base
depends on the roof construction.
A built-up roof may not support the weight of the unit and
so it may be necessary to support the unit by adding
structural members below it.
PRHG-15, 20
1,000mm(min. clearance)
Evaporator coil, air filter
service
300mm(min. clearance)
300mm(min. clearance)
Condenser inlet
Condenser inlet
300mm(min. clearance)
Condenser inlet
1,000mm(min. clearance)
Evaporator coil, air filter
service
700mm(min. clearance)
Electrical
control circuit
and compressor
service
Condenser inlet
1,000mm(min. clearance) 300mm(min. clearance)
Evaporator coil, air filter
service
1,500mm(min. clearance)
Condenser outlet
Electrical
Condenser inlet control circuit
Condenser outlet
and compressor 300mm(min.
300mm(min.
service
clearance)
clearance)
700mm(min. clearance)
PRHG-8, 10
(3) The units are equipped with hoisting plates for rigging
and hoisting of the unit.
The hoisting plates are located on the top of the unit.
When hoisting the unit with a crane, spreader bars must
be used to prevent damage to side panels by the
supporting cables.
1,500mm(min. clearance)
Condenser outlet
2. Installation of the unit
(1) The figure shows the use of the roof curb available for
mounting these units.
(2) The curb should be sealed and fixed to the roof by
weather stripping. A suggested means of sealing the unit
and roof curb is shown below.
4-ø15roof mounting holes
Roof curb
6-ø15
Unit mounting holes
Unit
Seal with tar
Roof deck
Roof curb
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3. Duct construction
(1) Series PRHG side flow units are equipped with horizontal supply and
return air openings. Duct connection to the unit should be made with duct
flanges and secured directly to the air openings with flexible duct
connectors to avoid normal noise transmission.
(2) For vertical air supply, a field supply plenum should be used.
The figure below shows the recommended method for duct connection.
(3) Series PRHG down flow units are equipped with vertical supply and return
air openings. Duct connection to the unit should be made with duct
flanges to avoid normal noise transmission.
(4) To prevent air leakage, all duct seams should be taped.
Ducts run in air spaces that are not air-conditioned must be insulated and
provided with a vapor barrier.
Ducts exposed to the outside must be weather proofed.
For quiet operation, we recommend that the insulation on the supply duct
be placed inside, lining the duct.
(5) Where ducts from the outside enter a building, the duct openings in the
building should be sealed with weather stripping to prevent rain, duct,
sand, etc. from entering the building.
(6) Fans will not accept any external resistance to airflow and what provision
is available if ductwork is to be fitted to the external fans.
(7) Correctly sized filters must be fitted and there is no provision within the
unit, however the filters may be installed in the return air.
(8) Duct earth wiring must be connected, refer to term 4 (outline drawing)
about earth point.
In case of down flow, we must use accessory screw attached on control
box cover.
Duct connection with
a vertical air plenum
at PRHG side flow unit
Duct-work length 850 mm or more
PRHG
side flow unit
Duct
Plenum
divider
Insulation
Roof curb
Roof curb
Roof line
Duct Single duct
divider
Duct
Duct connection
at PRHG down flow unit
PRHG down flow unit
Indoor side
Outdoor side
Insulation
Roof curb
Roof curb
Roof line
Duct
The rain water come down from joint part.
So prevent rain water from entering the building.
4. Lifting method
When the unit is to be lifted and moved, attach ropes to the suspension
plates (4 pcs) provided on the top of the unit.
When the unit is lifted, it is center of gravity tends to shift the unit one side
and so balance, such as that in the figure below, should be attained.
The angles at which the ropes suspend the unit should be at least 60° at the
compressor end and at least 45° at the condenser end.
Care should be taken to avoid contact with the main unit while carrying.
5. Drain piping
6. Refrigerant charge
An additional charge is unnecessary.
The table below shows the amount of the charge when the factory is shipped.
PRHG-8
4.7
PRHG-10 PRHG-15 PRHG-20
5.6
2 × 4.7
2 × 5.6
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C
70mm
2C
2XE. S. P
A
A
B
C
B
The drain piping should have a drain trap.
(1) The condensate drain fitting (R 1) is provided. The drain pipe can be led
out at the right side.
(2) The drain pipe must be provided with a trap on the outside of the unit and
also installed at an incline for proper drainage, as shown below.
(3) To prevent condensate formation and leakage, provide the drain pipe with
insulation to safeguard against sweating.
(4) Upon completion of the piping work, check that there is no leakage and
that the water drains off properly.
Refrigerant
charge per circuit
(kg)
Hook (as directly aligned
over the center of gravity
as possible.
Drain piping
The drain pipe
should extend
below this level.
Note: ESP = External Static Pressure
Drain trap for condensate
Drain trap
7. Modification method of fan direction (From side flow to down flow)
Series PRHG side flow units are able to modified to down flow at field.
In case of needing down flow model, you can modify to down flow as below method.
Preparation)
Please confirm below accessory parts.
1.Side inlet cover
1 piece
Attach on the top surface of PRHG side flow unit.
2.Casing leg
2 pieces
4 pieces
Attach on the inside surface of service panel.( 8,10MYA )
Attach on the inside surface of service panel.( 15,20MYA )
8,10MYA 15,20MYA
Modification)
Please modify as below method. (From Step1 to Step4)
(Note)
Please use screws you remove parts (Supply air cover,duct flange, low cover) ,when you re-install additional parts
(Side inlet cover, Casing leg).
STEP 1
STEP 3
Remove
top panel
Re-install
fan assy
Re-install
supply air cover
Remove
service panel
2.Additional
casing leg
(Accessory parts)
1.Additional
side inlet cover
(Accessory parts)
STEP 2
STEP 4
Re-install
top panel
Remove
supply air cover
Remove
Remove
duct flange
Remove
duct flange
Re-install
service panel
Remove
low cover
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8. LCD remote controller (PAC-204RC)
8.1. Confirmation of parts
The following parts are contained in the carton box together with this manual.
Please check to make sure that everything is included.
Q’TY
1
2
2
1
Remote controller (upper case, lower case)
Pan-head screw with cross hole M4
Wooden screw 4.1×16 (for installing unit directly on a wall)
Instruction manual
8.2. Outline and inside drawing
Refer to 8-5
Refer to 8-4
INT / EXT
JH
1 2 3 4
ON
DIP SW
Refer to 9 (2)
24VAC (N)
24VAC (L)
COMP2 FAN HI
COMP1 FAN LO
4W V
TB1
ERROR
EXT
TB2
SENSOR
Controller board
Outline (Key cover open)
8.3. Installation
(1) Decide where you want to install the LCD remote controller (switch box)
In deciding, please observe the following precautions:
Do not install the LCD remote controller in locations, which are:
• Exposed to direct sunlight. • Susceptible to humidity and moisture.
• Near a source of heat.
• Near machines emitting high-frequency waves. (High-frequency welders, etc.)
1) Procure the following parts locally : Switch box for two units
Connecting wire (Length : below 20m size : 0.75mm2)
Lock nut, bushing
(2) Install the lower case on the switch box.
Pan-head screws
with cross holes
Connecting wire
Switch box for
two units
Caution:
Connect to
terminal
When installing
on switch box
• Over-tightening the screws can cause deformation
and/or cracks on the lower case.
• Install the LCD remote controller on a wall with flat
surface. Installation on an uneven surface can cause
cracks on the LCD and other failures.
Seal the wire lead-in hole completely with putty
Caution:
Snap the upper case into place. Hook the two
upper claws into their slots, and shut the lower
part as shown in the right diagram.
• Press the case until it snaps shut.
• To use, remove the protective sheet on the operation
section.
To remove the upper case, insert a
screwdriver(-) into one of the slots and
slide it in the direction of the arrow
shown in the diagram on the right.
Caution:
• Press the case until it snaps shut.
• To use, remove the protective sheet on the operation
section.
8.4. Setting DIP switch
Set the DIP switches on the basis of the below table.
DIP Switch 1
OFF
ON
DIP Switch 2
ON
OFF
DIP Switch 3
ON
OFF
DIP Switch 4
ON
OFF
FUNCTION
Factory pre setting
PRHG setting
Mode select
Fan speed Hi / Lo (*1)
Auto change over function (*2)
Auto start at Power failure (*3)
Note.
(change)
Heat pump
(Not change)
(*2)
(*3)
Cooling only
Not Available(Hi)
Available
Available
Not Available
Not Available Automatically
*1: This function can not use at above models, because the fan speed of these models is constant.
*2: If need this function, please consult your local MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC SALES office for application
advice on this function.
*3: This function can change by customer self.
If this function use, The unit will auto start at power supply come back after power failure.
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8.5. How to connect the external sensor (PAC-SE40TSA) to LCD remote controller.
This controller is set for using internal sensor.
If you need the external sensor, please consult your dealer and purchase option external sensor. (PAC-SE40TSA)
And please change below method.
1. Remove the cover of LCD remote controller.
2. Connect the wire of external sensor to terminal as below.
3. Replace the shunt jumper from “INT” side to “EXT” side as below.
4. Check above connection. (Refer to PAC-SE40TSA Installation manual.)
Printed board
Shunt jumper
Cover
INT / EXT
JH
Shunt jumper
Section A
COMP2
COMP1
4W V
ERROR
24VAC (N)
24VAC (L)
FAN HI
FAN LO
Wiring of LCD remote controller
EXT SENSOR
Replace JH (Shunt jumper) from
INT side to EXT side.
Detail section A
Wiring external sensor
Wiring of
LCD remote controller
Wiring of external sensor
External sensor PAC-SE40TSA
LCD remote controller inside
9. Electric wiring
Construct the earth connection.
All electrical work must be carried out by a suitable qualified electrical trades-person and in accordance with local supply
authority requirements and associated regulators.
The unit is to be wired directly from an electrical distribution board either by a circuit breaker (preferred) or HRC fuse.
Fix power source wiring to control box by using buffer bushing for sensible force (PG connection or the like).
Connect control wiring to control terminal block through the knockout hole of control box using ordinary bushing.
NOTE: Earth wiring must be connected.
Arrangement such as terminal block in control box.
Control module of unit (PRHG-8,10Y)
Control module of unit (PRHG-15,20Y)
F1
F2
T1
Tr
T1
CZ
HZ
52C1
52F
Tr
T2
52C2
30
FZ
T2
TCZ
FZ
51F2
T3
CZ
52C
HZ
30 30
X3
CZ1 CZ2
FZ
X4
51F3
T4
51C2
51C1
30FZ
52F
51F1
F1
X1
51F2
X1
F2
X2
30CZ
TB1
TB2
51C
TB3
X2
Screw for earth
connection
26D1 26D2
51F1
26D
TB1
TB2
TB3
Terminal block
for power supply
wires
Bush for wires
Terminal block
for power supply
wires
Terminal block for connection wires to
LCD remote controller (PAC-204RC)
Screw for earth
connection
Terminal block for connection wires to
LCD remote controller (PAC-204RC)
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Bush for wires
Method for connecting electric wire
Please do the wiring after consulting the electric power company of jurisdiction beforehand in the instruction.
(1) The entire wiring diagram of unit.
a
PRHG-8 ~ 20Y
a. Power supply
b
b. Main switch/fuse (field supply)
PE
c. Power supply wiring for unit
g
c
d. unit
e. LCD remote controller (PAC-204RC)
d
g. Earth
e
In case of PRHG-15, 20Y
Connection wiring for unit /
remote controller
f.
f
(2) Electrical wiring
Remove the panel on the right side (PRHG-8,10Y) or the rear side (PRHG-15,20Y) of the unit and connect the units power
supply wiring to the proper terminals in the control box.
Connect the wires on the basis of the following wiring diagram. If mistook the connection, the controller is damaged.
(1) Connect the wires on the basis of the following wiring diagram.
(2) Connecting work is different each models.
(3) LCD remote controller cables must be installed away from the power cables so that they are not influenced by electrical
noise from the power cables. (Do not place the LCD remote controller cables and power cables in the same conduit.)
Caution : This controller is damaged if mistook the connection.
PRHG-8,10
PRHG-15,20
GRAY TB2 1
GRAY TB2 1
3
3
3
3
CZ
GRAY
C03
3
3
24VAC (L)
3
3
FZ
CZ
4
5
6
TCZ HZ1 FZ
GRAY
6
FAN HI
PAC-204RC
4WV
AC
24V
24VAC (N)
FAN HI
C04
1
1
Tr
5
4
HZ
1
C03
COMP1
C03
24VAC(L)
4WV
AC
24V
Tr
C03
F2
(3.15A)
PAC-204RC
C04
1
1
COMP1
1
C03
24VAC(N)
C03
COMP2
F2
(3.15A)
7
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(3) Wiring example (For metal piping)
Breaker
capacity
Over current
protection switch
Earth cable
50A
50A
14mm 2over
50A
50A
14mm over
PRHG-8MYA
Power
cable
14mm 2
PRHG-10MYA
14mm
2
22mm
2
100A
100A
22mm over
PRHG-20MYA 38mm
2
100A
100A
22mm over
PRHG-15MYA
2
2
2
(4) Selecting earth leakage breaker (NV)
To select NF or NV instead of a combination of Class B fuse
switch use the following.
In the case of Class B fuse rated 15A.
Fuse
(class B)
The grounding wire must be of the same diameter as the
power cable wires. Table above is an example.
The selection of other capacities should be determined in
accordance with the relevant standards.
Earth leakage breaker
(with over-load protection)
PRHG - 8MYA
50A
NV50-CP
50A
30mA 0.1s or less
PRHG - 10MYA
50A
NV50-CP
50A
30mA 0.1s or less
PRHG - 15MYA
100A
NV100-CP 100A
100mA 0.1s or less
PRHG - 20MYA
100A
NV100-CP 100A
100mA 0.1s or less
NV is a product of MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC.
Table above is an example. The selection of other
capacities should be determined in accordance with the
relevant standards.
Note:
All electrical wiring must be comply with local
electrical authority regulations.
10. The putting condition of the belt
1. Set the parallel angle of the fan and the motor pulley as shown in the table and figure 1 below.
2. Set the tension of the per one belt when the flexion load is within the range as shown in the figure 1 and table 2 below at
the proper flexion. (A = 0.016 × C mm)
3. Adjust the suitable tension after the belt sit properly across the pulley (after more 24-28 hours working).
When the new belt is used, adjust the suitable tension about the 1.3 times of the maximum value of the flexion load.
4. Readjust the belt every 2,000 hours after the first adjustment.
Exchange the belt when the belt’s surroundings length has expanded by 2% including the first expansion of the belt.
(about 1%) (about 8,000 hours converted working time)
table 1
K
pulley
parallel angle
pulley
K
note
K( )
10 or less gap of 3mm every 1m
Flexion load(W)
table 2
K
pulley
Flexion load W
type smaller out diameter
(N)
(mm)
C
A
K
A=0.016xC(mm)
B
K
figure1 Parallel degree of pulley
136
161
135
160
22
27
29
29
34
37
figure2 Belt tension
11. Before starting the trial run
After having installed the unit, check that:
(1) The unit is fixed securely.
(2) The unit is installed properly.
(3) The drain pipe is provided with a drain trap.
(4) The electrical wiring has been connected correctly and the terminal screws have been properly tightened.
(5) The duct work has been performed correctly.
(6) Before turning the unit on, measure the resistance between the terminals of the electrical parts and ground with a 500V
megger and check that the value is at least 1.0M ohm.
If the measured value is below 1.0M ohm, do not operate the unit.
Turn universal power supply at least 6 hours before getting test run in order to current to crank heater.
If current-carrying hours are too short, it may result in a malfunction of compressor.
(7) Check that the fans are rotating in the proper direction.
(8) Check to see whether there are refrigerant leakage, and slack power or transmission cable.
(9) Check the operation of high-pressure switch.
If the two lead wires of the outdoor unit fan motor are disconnected from the contactor and cooling is performed the highpressure switch should operate and stop the unit after 5 to 10 minutes.
Perform trial operation after completion above items.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
1. Check points for operation
Check the following points before you operate your air conditioner.
(1) Check that there is nothing blocking the flow of air from the air outlet into the air inlet.
Indoor Side
Outlet grille
Inlet grille
Ceiling
Ceiling
Obstacle blocking air inlet
Obstacle blocking air inlet
Outdoor Side
(2) Make sure the air conditioner is properly grounded by checking the ground terminal .
Ground
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2. Caution for use
Keep the following points in mind to safeguard against failures and break downs.
• For safety, confirm that the earth terminal has been connected to the earth wire correctly.
• Never block or cover the unit’s intakes or outlets.
It will reduce the unit’s efficiency.
• To start the unit again after once stopped, be sure to turn the start switch on after 3 minutes elapsed.
Repeating stopping and starting within 3 minutes gives improper force to the machine which can cause to trip the fuse or
power source switch.
3. Maintenance
Warning:
For superior performance and lasting durability,
please do not forget to conduct proper and regular
maintenance.
1. Do not wash the unit with water.
If washed with water, electrical shock may be caused.
2. Ahead of the maintenance.
For safety, turn the power source off before service work.
3.1 Cleaning the Eliminator (Field supply)
Clean the eliminator about once a week with a neutral cleanser and leave it to dry in a shady location.
Clean more regularly if the air filter gets very dirty.
If the eliminator gets blocked, air will not be sucked in properly, and the cooling effect will deteriorate.
Failure to clean the eliminator may result in equipment breakdown or malfunctions.
1. Removing the eliminator.
The eliminator is mounted in the service
panel.
(In front of the heat exchanger.)
Pull out the eliminator
2. The eliminator is cleaned with the cleaner or washed in clear water.
Please wash when dirty is cruel in lukewarm water by which the
neutral detergent is method.
Please do not use a hot water of 50°C or more. (It transforms
occasionally.)
It is necessary to avoid massage washing and squeeze strongly.
It must rinse enough and the detergent must not remain.
3. When the eliminator is washed in clear water, it is often dried because
of shade.
Please do not dry it to direct sunshine and a direct fire.
Remove the service panel
Remove the cover
3.2 Cleaning of panel
Neutral
Cleanser
Shaded
location
4. The eliminator is installed as before.
Clean dirt of panel as follows.
Use a household neutral cleanser such as for dishes or vegetables.
Motion a soft cloth with the cleanser, then wipe lightly.
Next, wipe three or four times with another soft cloth moisten with water.
Finally, wipe off all the remaining cleanser with a soft cloth.
Moisten a soft cloth with the alcohol, then wipe off lightly.
Isopropyl alcohol is sold at stores as regents in small quantities.
(Note)
Alcohol is highly combustible. Take extreme care when handling.
Also, do not use paint or adhesive thinner.
3.3 Cleaning the outdoor Heat Exchanger
Fingermarks
Grease
Adhesive
Paste
Neutral
Cleanser
Isopropyl
alcohol
If you use your air conditioner for prolonged periods, the outdoor heat exchanger
will become dirty, impairing its function and reducing air conditioners performance.
Note that the stained outdoor heat exchanger may cause the frost to remain during
defrosting.
Consult your equipment supplier or air conditioning contractor on how to clean
the heat exchanger.
Heat exchanger
3.4 When beginning to use air conditioner again
Please turn on the power supply after confirming an following check is done and abnormality is not found.
Please do the following work.
It is confirmed that air inlet and outlet are not blocked.
It is confirmed that the earth connection line does not come off.
The earth connection line is installed surely in the unit.
It is confirmed that there are neither lifting, blocking, no bending about the drain-hose.
1. It is confirmed to keep the controller OFF.
2. The power supply switch is turned on.
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3.5 When the air conditioner is not to be used for long time
If the air conditioner is not to be used for a long time due to a seasonal change, etc.,
Please do the following work.
1. The power supply switch is turned off.
If the power supply is kept on, several watts or several tends of watts will be wasted.
Also, the accumulation of dust, etc., can result in fire.
2. Filter, eliminator and drain pan are cleaned. Pay attention to throw dust in the drain.
3. Run it for 4-5 hours with the air blowing until the inside is completely dry.
Failing to do so can result the growth of unhygienic, unhealthy mold in scattered areas throughout the room.
3.6 In case of failure
(1) Never remodel the air conditioner. Consult your dealer for any repair service.
Improper repair work can result in water leakage, electric shock, fire, etc.
(2) If the poser breaker is frequently activated, get in touch with your dealer.
Leaving the unit as it is under such conditions can result in fire or failure.
(3) If the refrigeration gas blows out or leaks, stop the operation of the air conditioner.
(4) Thoroughly ventilate the room, and contact your dealer.
Leaving the unit as it is can result in accidents due to oxygen deficiency.
4. Transferring work and construction
4.1 Transfer of installation
(1) When removing and reinstalling the air conditioner when you enlarge your home, remodel or move,
consult with your dealer in advance to ascertain the cost of the professional engineering work required for
transferring the installation.
(2) Please do not mix the one other than a specified refrigerant when you add the refrigerant (R-22) at the
installation and the transferring.
(3) When moving or reinstalling the air conditioner, consult with your dealer.
Defective installation can result in electric shock, fire, etc.
4.2 Place for installation
Please do not use the unit in the following places.
(1) Place where a lot of oil (The machine oil is contained), moistures, and dust exist.
(2) Place where a lot of salinities such as beach districts exists.
(3) Place where sulfur gas, volatile gas, and corroded gas are filled.
(4) Place where acid solution is frequently used.
(5) Place where special spray is frequently used.
(6) Hot spring zone.
(7) Never machine (high cycle welding machine etc.) generating high cycle.
(8) Place where ventilation entrance of unit is closed by snowfall.
(9) The unit must be installed on stable, level surface.
The main body might corrode when the unit is used in such a place, the refrigerant leak, the performance of the unit
decrease remarkably, and it cause the damage of parts of the unit.
4.3 Regarding electric work
(1) The electrical work must be undertaken by a person who is qualified as an electric engineer according to the (technical
standard respecting electrical installation), (internal wiring rules), and the installation instruction manual with the absolute
use of exclusive circuits.
(2) Please install a special power supply in the power supply.
(3) Please install the earth connection for the electric shock prevention.
(4) Never connect the grounding wire to a gas pipe, water pipe, arrester, or telephone grounding wires.
For details, consult with your dealer.
(5) In some types of installation sites, the installation of an earth leakage breaker is mandatory.
For details, consult with your dealer.
(6) The breaker and the fuse must use the one of correct capacity.
4.4 Consideration of the noise
(1) Take sufficient measures against noise when installing the air conditioners at hospitals or communication-related
businesses.
(2) If the air conditioner is used in any of the above-mentioned environments, frequent operational failure can be excepted. It is
advisable to avoid these type of installation sites. For further details, consult with your dealer.
(3) Choose a place where cool air and noise from the outdoor air outlet of the air conditioner do not inconvenience the
neighbors.
(4) If any alien object is placed near the air outlet of the unit, decreased performance and increased noise can result.
Avoid placing any obstacles adjacent to the air outlet.
(5) If the air conditioner produces any abnormal sound, consult with your dealer.
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4.5 Disposing of the unit
When you need to dispose of the unit, consult your dealer.
If pipes are removed incorrectly, refrigerant (fluorocarbon gas) may blow out and come into contact with your skin,
causing injury. Releasing refrigerant into the atmosphere also damages the environments.
4.6 Maintenance and inspection
(1) If the air conditioner is used throughout several seasons, the insides can get dirty, reducing the performance.
(2) Depending upon the conditions of usage, foul odours can be generated and drainage can deteriorate due to dust
and dirt, etc.
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HOW TO OPERATE (LCD remote controller PAC-204RC)
If you use the LCD remote controller, you can operate below method.
Please consult operate method with dealer, if you use field supply control parts.
Display section
1. ON / OFF
C
G
B
E
H
D F
A
J
1
E
Operation lamp
Start operation
Press the [ON/OFF] button
Operation lamp lights up and operation starts.
For purposes of explanation, all the displays on this page
are shown in their lit condition. This configuration does not
occur in the actual unit.
Stop operation
Press the [ON/OFF] button again
Operation lamp goes off and operation stops.
Before starting operation
* Once the buttons have been set, pressing of the
[ON/OFF] button only can repeat the same operation
thereafter.
* During operation, the operation lamp above the
[ON/OFF] button lights up.
* Make sure that the power supply is turned ON before use.
(Keep the power supply turned ON at all times when the air
conditioner is in use. Use of the unit without power can result
in compressor failure.)
Warning:
Check and confirm the power circuit before use. For the
contents, refer to
the previously described chapter [Crucial points to be
observed for safety].
Caution:
Even if the operation button is pressed immediately after the
operation is once stopped, operation is not restarted for about
3 minutes.
This function protects the machine. It automatically starts
operation after the lapse of approximately 3 minutes.
[Current/start/ending time] Display
Operation mode
Displays the status of operation.
[Checking] Display
This displays indication when some abnormality occurs in
the unit.
[Set temperature] Display
Displays the set temperature.
[Operation] Lamp
Lights up during operation, goes off during stop.
[Room temperature] Display
Displays the temperature of the air sucked in during
operation.
[Fan] Display
This displays indication fan operation.
[Key lock] Display
This display indication during key lock function active.
[Timer Hold / Resume setting] Display
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2. Selecting operation
3. Room temperature adjustment
B
D F
2
3
Set temperature display and
Operation mode display
When selecting operation
To change room temperature
Press the [MODE] button
Consecutive press of the [MODE] button switches the
operation over to “FAN”, “COOL”, “HEAT” and “AUTO”.
For the contents of operation, check the display.
For fan
Press the [MODE] button and bring up the “FAN” display.
* The fan operation functions to circulate the air in the
room.
* The temperature of the room cannot be set by fan
operation.
Caution:
Never expose your body directly to cool air for a long time.
Excessive exposure to cool air is bad for your health, and
should therefore be avoided.
For cooling
Press the [MODE] button
display.
and bring up the “COOL”
For heating
Press the [MODE] button
display.
room temperature display
and bring up the “HEAT”
Caution:
* When the air conditioner is used together with burners,
thoroughly ventilate the area. Insufficient ventilation can
result in accidents due to oxygen deficiency.
* Never place a burner at a place where it is exposed to the
airflow from the air conditioner.
Doing so can result in imperfect combustion of the burner.
For Auto change over
Press the [MODE] button and bring up the “AUTO”
display.
This function is special order. Please consult your local
Mitsubishi Electric Sales office for application advice on
this function.
Because this function need low ambient cooling parts as
option.
Indoor temperature can be set within the following
range.
Indoor temperature setting range : 17 ~ 30 ˚C
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Press the [SET TEMP] button and set the room
temperature of your choice.
Press
or
button once changes the setting by
1˚C.
If the pressing is continued, the setting continues to
change by 1˚C
* Indoor temperature can be set within the following
range.
Cooling
19 ~ 30 ˚C
Heating
17 ~ 28 ˚C
* It is impossible to set the room temperature by the airblow operation.
Press
and
button together, the unit of
temperature
change “˚C ” (degree-centigrade) and “˚F ”. (degreeFahrenheit)
4. Time setting
5. Other function
A
H
J
5
1
8
9
5
10
4
7
7
6
11
Current time display
Timer Hold/Resume display
Clock setting
Key lock
Press the [CLOCK] key one time will activate set clock
mode.
Press the [CLOCK] key again will disable set clock
mode.
Under set clock mode, the real time clock and present day
setting can be changed by pressing [DAY] button ,
[HOUR] button or [MINUTE] button .
Caution:
[CLOCK] key
sharp tip.
Press the [MINUTE] button three times consecutively,
the word “KEY LOCK” will displayed .
At this time, only [ON-OFF] button is valid.
This function purpose is protect from mischief of child etc.
To cancel the key lock function, Please press [MINUTE]
button three times consecutively again.
Test run
Press the [TEST] button two times consecutively.
The unit will run and finished automatically after two hours.
is not allowed to be pushed with the thing of
7-Days timer setting
There are two buttons for timer. One is [ON TIMER] ,
another is
[OFF TIMER] .
Press the button one time will activate set timer mode.
Press the same button again will disable set timer mode.
Under set timer mode, the 7-days timer setting can be
changed by pressing [DAY] button , [HOUR] button
or
[MINUTE] button .
Day setting
During set clock mode or set timer mode, press the [DAY]
button will change the day setting.
Hour setting
During set clock mode or set timer mode, press the [HOUR]
button will change the hour setting.
Minute setting
During set clock mode or set timer mode, press the
[MINUTE] button will change the minute setting.
Timer Hold / Resume setting
If 7-days timer is set, then the word “Timer Active” is
displayed .
To clear all the timers setting, press and hold the [HOLD]
button until the word “Timer Active” is not displayed.
To resume the timer setting after timers have been held,
press and hold the [HOLD] button until the word “Timer
Active” is
displayed.
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6. Troubleshooting
Before you ask for repair service, check the following points:
State of Machine
LCD remote Controller
It does not run.
“ON-OFF” display is
not lit up.
No display appears
even when the [ON/
OFF] button is
pressed.
Cause
Troubleshooting
Power failure
Press the [ON/OFF] button after power restoration.
The power supply is turned OFF.
Turn the power supply ON.
The fuse in the power supply is gone.
Replace fuse.
The earth leakage breaker is gone.
Put in the earth leakage breaker.
The wiring phase of power supply is mistaken. Modify the wiring phase of power supply.
Air flows out but
it does not cool or
heat enough.
Cool or warm air
does not come out.
Can not change to
Heat mode.
The liquid crystal
display shows that
it is in the state of
operation.
The liquid crystal
display shows that
it is in operation.
Improper temperature adjustment.
After checking the set temperature and inlet
temperature on the liquid crystal display, refer to
[To change room temperature] on page 6, and
operate the adjustment button.
The filter is filled with dust and dirt.
Clean up the filter.
There are some obstacles at the air inlet or
outlet of the units.
Remove.
Windows or doors are open.
Close.
Insufficient refrigerant charge.
Contact with your installing contractor.
The restart-preventing circuit is in operation for
3 minutes.
Wait for a while.
(To protect the compressor, a 3-minute restartpreventing circuit is built into the unit.
Therefore, there are occasions sometimes when
the compressor does not start running immediately.
There are cases when it does not run for as long
as 3 minutes.)
DIP switch 1 is not correct.
Change the DIP switch off to on.
(Refer to Instruction manual for Installation.)
On heating, the air flow stops.
Indoor unit operation shift to defrost.
(PRHG-8,10 only)
Wait for a while.
(Heating operation starts after ending defrosting
operation.)
On heating, cool air comes out.
Indoor unit operation shift to defrost.
(PRHG-15,20 only)
Wait for a while.
(Heating operation starts after ending defrosting
operation.)
The set temperature of thermostat is
excessively high for cooling.
excessively low for heating.
For temperature control,
decrease the set temperature at cooling.
increase the set temperature at heating.
The room temperature is
excessively low for cooling.
excessively high for heating.
Can not be operated as it is out of temperature
control range.
Compressor runs but stops immediately.
Air outlet or inlet are blocked.
Remove blocking matter.
Water or steam is discharged from the unit.
At cooling, water which places to cooling piping
and piping connection part drops.
When heating, water which places to the heat
exchanger drops.
It is not a breakdown.
Please contact and consult your dealer.
Can not change to
Heat mode when
press the “MODE” key.
Fan runs but compressor do not run.
The drain pipe is clogged due to dust, therefore
the drain water overflow.
On heating, the air flow stops although a set
temperature is not reached.
Outdoor unit operation shift to defrost.
It is not a breakdown.
Please use as it is.
LCD remote controller error display
Indicate
Cause
Troubleshooting
E01
Room temperature sensor open
Automatically reset to restoration error
E02
Room temperature sensor short
Automatically reset to restoration error
E03
Error input from Indoor unit or Outdoor unit
Push the On-Off switch. (OFF to ON)
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LOW AMBIENT COOLING PARTS; OPTION PAC-205FC (Fan controller)
1. Outline
This fan controller apply to following units.
Model name
Q'TY
PRHG-8,10
1 set
Model name
Q'TY
PRHG-15,20
2 set
These units can be operated on cooling mode at the low ambient temperature with this optional FAN CONTROLLER.
Please read carefully this manual and install following this.
2. Caution
1. Fan controller changes the outdoor fan speed.
Strong wind is injurious to fan speed controller.
Please install the windproof when unit is influenced by strong wind such as install it on the place there is no building in
surrounding or the rooftop
2. As the case may be the operation with FAN CONTROLLER generate an electromagnetic sound from fan motor.
Please consider the soundproofing wall equipment etc. when using the fan controller in the place where the noise
becomes a problem.
There is no worry which interferes to the unit though an electromagnetic sound might be generated from fan motor.
3. When shipping the fan controller, the dip switch on the control circuit board is set as follows.
Do not change factory set of all dip switches.
ON
SW2
ON
Only SW3 direction is different.
SW3
ON
ON
SW1 SW2
SW1
SW0
SW0
SW3
1
2
3
4
(3,4 ON)
1
2
3
4
(All OFF)
1
2
3
4
1
2
(1,3 ON)
3
4
5
6
7
8
(1,3,4,5,6 ON)
Control circuit board
Fan controller inside
3. Parts
There are the following parts in this box, and confirm whether there are all attached.
Accessory assy 1
There are two kinds of wiring sticker in this box.
Please select the pertinent one by model name.
Accessory assy 2
Installation manual
(This manual)
Fan controller
Accessory assy 1
Name
Wiring sticker
Screw
Connector cap
Spring
Earth sticker
Grommet
2
12
1
1
1
2
Pipe cover
Band
Connector assy
3
15
1
Shape
Amount
Accessory assy 2
Name
Attachment
Attachment
Attachment
Shape
Amount
1
1
3
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4. Instllation
4.1. PRHG-8,10
Please use the following parts during installation of fan controller.
There are two kinds of wiring sticker, please use writing as “W881927”.
Accessory assy 1
Wiring sticker
Spring
Screw
Accessory assy 2
Earth sticker
Grommet
Pipe cover
Band
Use
3
1
Accessory assy 1
Wiring sticker
Screw
Connector
1
Not
use
1
2
Attachment
3
15
Accessory assy 2
Attachment
Attachment Connector assy
ONLY PU(H)-7,8,10
9
1
1
1
1
4.1.1. Install
3
1
4.1.2. Wiring
1. The service panel and control box
cover are removed.
1. Disconnect connector C11 - C11.
The connector C11 removes to the motor
side and the control box side.
Control box
cover
Service panel
MF2
Control box
C11
C11
F/C
2. Penetrate the knockout holes at
the top panel.
The grommet (2 pieces)
install to the hole for wiring
in the top panel.
Terminal block
Wiring hole
2. When the fan controller is installed, the connector is
connected in the control box.
The wiring from CN04 connect to the terminal block (F/C, N)
in the control box.
MF2
3. Wiring from the fan controller is passed through the hole of
procedure 2.
The thermistor and other wiring should use separate wiring hole.
The fan controller install to the top panel with the screw (2
pieces) and install to the holder with the screw (1 piece).
Thermistor wiring
only
Control box
Other wiring
Install to the holder.
(Screw 1 piece)
Terminal block
C11
F/C
CN04
N
U V W
L1 L2 L3
Please be careful, do not damage wires by the sheet metal edges
or the fin, etc.
Fan
controller
Thermistor wiring
only
Fan controller
C11
Install to
the top panel.
(Screw 2 pieces)
Other wiring
3. After connect wiring, to prevent wiring being damaged with
the fin, the pipe cover (2 pieces) and band (4 pieces)
are used.
In that time, never bundle the thermistor wiring with other
wiring.
4. Confirm the thermistor holder position.
The spring insert in the thermistor holder.
The thermistor (black wiring) which is connected to the fan
controller is put in the holder.
Top panel
Other wiring
Thermistor
Thermistor holder
Compressor
Thermistor
wiring only
Fan
controller
Control
box
Band
Other wiring
Pipe cover
Thermistor
holder position
Spring
Thermistor position
5. Please use the pipe cover
(2 pieces).
The thermistor wiring is
bundled as follows before
the pipe cover is installed.
Thermistor
wiring only
Insert the thermistor
4. After wiring ends, the wiring is bundled with a remaining band.
Never bundle the thermistor and other wiring together.
(1 piece) and fix with the band
Pipe cover
Band
5. Ensure there is not wiring mistake found, then only install the
controller box cover and service panel.
Pipe
6. The earth sticker and wiring sticker are put on an following place.
1. The earth sticker is put on the pillar.
2. The wiring sticker is put on the service panel cover (inside).
Fan
controller
Unit wiring
sticker
Instruction
assy
Fan controller
wiring sticker
Earth sticker
Put a earth sticker
N
Grommet
Top panel
Put a wiring sticker
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4.2. PRHG-15,20
Please use the following parts during installation of fan controller. There are two kinds of wiring sticker, please use writing as
“W881927”.
The fan controller is necessary for these models by two sets. (The following accessory parts show the fan controller one set.)
Accessory assy 1
Wiring sticker
Screw
Accessory assy 2
Spring
Earth sticker
Grommet
Pipe cover
Band
Use
1
3
1
Accessory assy 1
Wiring sticker
Screw
Connector
1
Not
use
Attachment
2
3
Accessory assy 2
Attachment
Attachment
15
Connector assy
ONLY PU(H)-7,8,10
9
1
1
1
1
4.2.1. Install
1
4.2.2. Wiring
Control box
cover
1. The service panel and control box
cover are removed.
Service panel
2. Penetrate the knockout holes at
the top panel.
The grommet (2x2 pieces)
install to the hole for wiring
in the top panel.
Top panel
1. Disconnect connector C11 - C11 and
C21 - C21.
The connector C11 and C21 remove
to the motor side and the control box
side.
MF3
MF2
Control box
C11
C21
C11
C21
F/C
Grommet
N
Terminal block
Wiring hole
MF3
Control box
Install to the top panel.
(Screw 2 pieces)
Install to the pillar.
(Screw 1 piece)
Other wiring
2. When the fan controller is installed, the connector is connected
in the control box.
The wiring from CN04 connect to the terminal block (F/C, N) in
the control box.
MF2
3. Wiring from the fan controller is passed through the hole of
procedure 2.
The thermistor and other wiring should use separate wiring hole.
The fan controller install to the top panel with the screw (2x2
pieces) and install to the pillar with the screw (2x1 pieces).
Thermistor wiring
only
3
C11
C21
C11
C21
Fan controller
Fan controller
Terminal
block
F/C
N
CN04
U V W
L1 L2 L3
CN04
U V W
L1 L2 L3
Fan controller
Other wiring
Please be careful, do not damage wires by the sheet metal edges
or the fin, etc.
Thermistor wiring only
Fan controller
(As well as the another side.)
Other wiring
Thermistor wiring only
3. After connect wiring, to prevent wiring being damaged with the
fin, the pipe cover (2x2 pieces) and band (2x4 pieces) are
used.
In that time, never bundle the thermistor wiring with other
wiring.
4. Confirm the thermistor holder position. (2 places)
The spring (2x1 pieces) insert in the thermistor holder.
The thermistor (black wiring) which is connected to the fan
controller is put in the holder.
Other wiring
Compressor
Thermistor
Top panel
Thermistor
wiring only
Thermistor holder
Control box
Band
Fan
controller
Pipe cover
Thermistor holder
position
Thermistor position
Other wiring
Spring
Thermistor wiring only
Fan
controller
Insert the thermistor
Other wiring
6. Please use the pipe cover
(2x2 pieces).
The thermistor wiring is
bundled as follows before
the pipe cover is installed.
(2x1 pieces) and fix with the band
Pipe cover
Thermistor wiring only
4. After wiring ends, the wiring is bundled with a remaining band.
Never bundle the thermistor and other wiring together.
Band
5. Ensure there is not wiring mistake found, then only install the
controller box cover and service panel.
Pipe
6. The earth sticker and wiring sticker are put on an following place.
1. The earth sticker (2x1 pieces) is put on the pillar.
2. The wiring sticker (1 piece) is put on the service panel cover
(inside).
Instruction assy
Unit wiring sticker
Fan controller
Fan controller
Fan controller
wiring sticker
Earth sticker
Put a earth sticker
Put a wiring sticker
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5. Before starting the trial run
Please execute the following confirmations to prevent wrong connection.
If there is wrong connection, it may damage fan controller, but also damage the unit.
Confirmation
Please intercept the power supply without fail, and secure safety when you execute detaching wiring, the connector,
and the measurement machine to the following work.
Step
Confirmation matter
Check
Correspondence
Step 1-1 Is fan controller's power supply input wiring position connected correctly as
Step 1
Connected confirmation
shown in installed manual?
Step 1-2 Is the phase of the connection of fan controller power supply input (TB IN)
accurate?
Step 1-3 Is the phase of the connection of fan controller output (TB OUT) accurate?
Step 1-4 Is the phase of connection of fan controller output wiring to fan motor accurate?
Step 1-5 Is the thermistor for the condensing temperature detection of the attachment
connected with CN01?
Step 1-6 Is the thermistor for the condensing temperature detection accurately installed
in the unit?
Step 1-7 In case of the heat pump model, the wiring for full load input is connected with
CN04?
Step 1-8 In case of the heat pump model, the wiring for full load input is connected
accurately in control box?
Step 2-1 Does the fan rotate in a correct direction, when the unit is driven ?
Step 2-2 The thermistor for the condensing temperature detection is removed to CN01.
Drive to the cooling operation.
(The unit stops abnormally when the cooling operation drive is continued for a
long time occasionally. - High pressure switch off)
Whether LED01 has blinked is confirmed.
When the unit is in operation, the fan controller output voltage measured
in TB OUT, and checked whether the output of about 200V.
There is a problem when it is an output of about 300V.
Step 2
Drive confirmation
Troubleshooting 1,2
Troubleshooting 3
Step 2-3 The thermistor for the condensing temperature detection is surely connected
with CN01 as before.
Step 2-4 In case of the heat pump model and the heating drive is possible, the heating
drive is executed and the voltage of CN04 is input AC198V - 264V.
In that case, the fan must be full load drive.
(The output of the power-supply voltage is confirmed in TB OUT. )
When heating cannot be driven, step 1-7, step 1-8 is executed again.
Refer to Step 1-3
Refer to Step 1-5
Step 2-2
Step 2-3
Refer to Step 1-2
TB IN
TB OUT
CN01 CN04
U
Refer to Step 1-7
Step 2-4
V
W
L1 L2 L3
U : Red
V : White
W : Black
L1 : Red
L2 : White
L3 : Black
Fan controller layout
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Troubleshooting 4
Cause
Check point
Content of confirmation
Replace SCRM when abnormality is found.
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6) The fan motor and unit side control box
are defective.
Fan power supply wiring is connected
with fan controller power supply taking
out part, and confirm operation.
Whether the voltage is input to fan motor is
confirmed.
Whether the fan motor operation is
confirmed.
When the voltage impression and fan motor does
not work, fan motor is defective.
When the voltage is not impressed to the fan, the
unit side control box is defective.
When there is no wrong above-mentioned,
it is assumed fan controller connection state,
if abnormality relapses, the control printing board
is defective and exchange.
At the time of turning off light.
The CN01 connector is removed, and measures
resistance. When the resistance is 25 kilo-ohm or
more, repair the control printing board due to the
thermistor open breakdown.
In case of thermistor is correct, the control
printing board is defective and exchange.
The content of P15 is judgment. (SCRM)
The blinking of LED01 is confirmed.
At the time of turning on light. (always)
After checking item 1)-4), when the power
supply is turned on, the blinking of LED01 is The CN01 connector is removed, and measures
resistance. When the resistance is 1 kilo-ohm or
confirmed.
less, repair the control printing board due to the
thermistor short-circuit breakdown.
In case of thermistor is correct, the control
printing board is defective and exchange.
Resistance between the lines of secondary
side (CN02 the connector is removed from
the printing wiring board.)
Between 1-3 pin about 0.9 ohm
5) The control printing wiring board is
defective.
The resistance is confirmed.
(Between the lines of primary side, and
lines of secondary side.)
CN02- thermistor
TB OUT - fan motor
Resistance between the lines of primary side Replace the transformer in case of abnormal
resistance.
(red and white) about 310 ohm.
The power supply wiring is confirmed,
and corrected.
The wiring mistake is corrected.
Troubleshooting
4) The thyristor module (SCRM) is defective. The content of P15 is checked. (SCRM)
3) The transformer (T01) is defective.
The unit side connection is confirmed.
CNU, CNV, CNW-SCRM
(The connection is noted.)
Is the power-supply voltage 342-457V?
1. The fun does not run. 1) The power-supply voltage is abnormal. The value of power-supply voltage is
confirmed. (TB IN)
2) Connected mistake
The fan controller connection is confirmed. TB IN-NF wiring
TB IN-T01-CN02.
NF-SCRM-TB OUT
State of Machine
Please intercept the power supply without fail, and secure safety when you execute detaching wiring, the connector,
and the measurement machine to the following work.
6. Troubleshooting (PAC-205FC)
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3) Connected mistake
2) Output wiring supply reverse-phase.
1) Power supply reverse-phase.
Cause
It becomes highpressure abnormal
pressure.
Something wrong
occurs by step2-2 drive
confirmation of installed
confirmation matter.
The phase of L1, L2,L3 is corrected.
The phase of U, V, W is corrected.
Is the phase of U, V, W correct?
Troubleshooting
Is the phase of L1, L2, L3 correct?
Content of confirmation
The phase of U, V, W is corrected.
Is the phase of U, V, W correct?
The phase of fan motor output wiring is
confirmed. (TB OUT)
If the position where the thermistor is installed is
wrong, the rotation speed control of the fan as
condensing temperature is impossible.
The connected phase is confirmed.
The wiring mistake is corrected.
When there is an input in CN04, the fan is full load..
TB OUT - fan motor
(The phase (U, V, W) is noted.)
Position of the wiring for full load input
(In heating)
Installation position of thermistor
The content of P14 is judgment. (SCRM)
SCRM exchange when abnormality is found.
The set of dip switch is confirmed. (SW0-3) It is confirmed that the switch setting is
The control substrate is matched to setting the
(P2)
corresponding to the electric wiring diagram. electric wiring diagram.
The unit side connection is confirmed.
When there is a connector connection in CNX,
it is removed.
There must not be connector connection in
CNX.
(CNX is compulsion full load input.
Full load when short-circuited.)
CNU, CNV, CNW-SCRM
(The connection is noted.)
CN02- thermistor
CN04- the wiring for full load input in heating In cooling, when there is an input in CN04, wiring
(CN04 input is AC198-264V in heating.)
of CN04 is mistake connection.
The wiring is corrected.
NF-SCRM-TB OUT (The connection phase is
noted.)
TB IN-T01-CN02 (The connection phase is
noted.)
The connected phase is confirmed.
The wiring mistake is corrected.
The phase of L1, L2,L3 is corrected.
Is the phase of L1, L2, L3 correct?
The phase of input voltage is confirmed.
(TB IN)
The fan controller connection is confirmed. TB IN-NF wiring (The connection phase is
noted.)
During heating drive, there is an input in CN04 and
the fan becomes full load drive.
Normality
Is not AC198-264V input in CN04?
The input voltage is confirmed. (CN04)
CNU, CNV, CNW-SCRM
(The connection is noted.)
The fan controller connection is confirmed. TB IN-NF wiring (The connection phase is noted.) The connected phase is confirmed.
The wiring mistake is corrected.
NF-SCRM-TB OUT (The connection phase
is noted.)
The phase of input voltage is confirmed.
(TB IN)
The phase of fan motor output wiring is
confirmed. (TB OUT)
Check point
5) The thyristor module (SCRM) is defective. The content of P14 is checked. (SCRM)
4) The control printing wiring board setting
is defective.
3) Connected mistake
2) Power supply reverse-phase.
Output wiring reverse-phase.
3. The rotation speed 1) During heating drive
of fans cannot control.
2. The fan rotates
oppositely.
State of Machine
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4. The fan never
becomes full load
drive. (In heating)
State of Machine
Item 1) is checked, again.
3) The control printing wiring board is
defective.
After checking item 1), there is a
possibility of a defective printed circuit
board if a normal drive is not done.
The content of P14 is judgment. (SCRM)
2) The thyristor module (SCRM) is defective. The content of P14 is checked. (SCRM)
The unit side connection is confirmed.
CNU, CNV, CNW-SCRM
(The connection is noted.)
CN04- the wiring for full load input
(CN04 input is AC198-264V in heating.)
Position of the wiring for full load input
(In heating)
NF-SCRM-TB OUT
TB IN-T01-CN02
The fan controller connection is confirmed. TB IN-NF wiring
1) Connected mistake
After checking item 1)-5), when the power
supply is turned on, the blinking of LED01
is confirmed.
Content of confirmation
The blinking of LED01 is confirmed.
Check point
6) The control printing wiring board is
defective.
Cause
After checking item 1), if there is no problem,
the control printing board is defective and exchange.
Replace SCRM when abnormality is found.
The wiring mistake is corrected.
It is confirmed that wiring is correctly connected.
The wiring mistake is corrected.
At the time of blinking
The item 2), 3) are confirmed again, and there is
no connection mistake, the control printing board
is defective and exchange.
At the time of turning off light
(There is a possibility of the thermistor open
breakdown.)
The CN01 connector is removed, and measures
resistance. When the resistance is 25 kilo-ohm or
more, repair the control printing board due to the
thermistor open breakdown.
In case of thermistor is correct, the control printing
board is defective and exchange.
At the time of turning on light (always)
(There is a possibility of the thermistor short-circuit.)
The CN01 connector is removed, and measures
resistance. When the resistance is 1 kilo-ohm or
less, repair the control printing board due to the
thermistor short-circuit breakdown.
In case of thermistor is correct, the control printing
board is defective and exchange.
Troubleshooting
Thyristor module (SCRM)
<Judgment Method>
Measure the resistance between each of the SCRM pins and judge if there is a failure or not by the resulting
values.
<Judgment Values 1>
Check between G and K.
Use the smallest resistance range on the tester.
Judgment Value: 1.5 ohm
80 ohm
<Judgment Values 2>
Check between AK1 and AK2.
Use the greatest resistance range on the tester.
Judgment Value: 60 kilo-ohm
ohm
<External View>
AK1
AK1
AK1
K
G
K
G
K
G
G
K
G
K
G
K
AK2
AK2
AK2
<Internal Circuit Diagrams>
AK1
AK1
AK1
K
K
K
G
G
G
G
G
K
K
AK2
G
AK2
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K
AK2
DATA BOOK
Issuued in Nov. 2002 MEE01K069-A
Printed in Japan.
PRHG
New publication effective Nov. 2002.
Specifications subject to change without notice.