Mitsubishi Electric City Multi PFD-P250.500VM-E Installation manual

MODEL
PUHY-P250YJM-A (-BS)
PUHY-P500YSJM-A (-BS)
PQHY-P250YHM-A
PFD-P250VM-E
PFD-P500VM-E
DATA BOOK
Safety Precautions
ŒBefore installing the unit, thoroughly read the following safety precautions.
ŒObserve these safety precautions for your safety.
WARNING
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important instructions that must be followed to avoid
the risk of serious injury or death.
CAUTION
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important instructions that must be followed to avoid
the risk of serious injury or damage to the unit.
ŒAfter reading this manual, give it to the user to retain for future reference.
ŒKeep this manual for easy reference. When the unit is moved or repaired, give this manual to those who provide these
services.
When the user changes, make sure that the new user receives this manual.
WARNING
Ask your dealer or a qualified technician to install the
unit.
In the event of a refrigerant leak, thoroughly ventilate
the room.
Improper installation by the user may result in water leakage, electric shock, smoke, and/or fire.
If refrigerant gas leaks and comes in contact with an open
flame, poisonous gases will be produced.
Properly install the unit on a surface that can withstand the weight of the unit.
Unit installed on an unstable surface may fall and cause injury.
Only use specified cables. Securely connect each cable so that the terminals do not carry the weight of the
cable.
Improperly connected or fixed cables may produce heat
and start a fire.
Take appropriate safety measures against strong
winds and earthquakes to prevent the unit from falling.
If the unit is not installed properly, the unit may fall and
cause serious injury to the person or damage to the unit.
Do not make any modifications or alterations to the
unit. Consult your dealer for repair.
Improper repair may result in water leakage, electric shock,
smoke, and/or fire.
Do not touch the heat exchanger fins.
The fins are sharp and dangerous.
Properly install the unit according to the instructions
in the installation manual.
Improper installation may result in water leakage, electric
shock, smoke, and/or fire.
Have all electrical work performed by an authorized
electrician according to the local regulations and instructions in this manual, and a dedicated circuit must
be used.
Insufficient capacity of the power supply circuit or improper
installation may result in malfunctions of the unit, electric
shock, smoke, and/or fire.
The water circuit should be a closed circuit.
WARNING
Securely attach the terminal block cover (panel) to the
unit.
If the terminal block cover (panel) is not installed properly,
dust and/or water may infiltrate and pose a risk of electric
shock, smoke, and/or fire.
Only use the type of refrigerant that is indicated on the
unit when installing or reinstalling the unit.
After completing the service work, check for a gas
leak.
If leaked refrigerant is exposed to a heat source, such as a
fan heater, stove, or electric grill, poisonous gases may be
produced.
Do not try to defeat the safety features of the unit.
Infiltration of any other type of refrigerant or air into the unit
may adversely affect the refrigerant cycle and may cause
the pipes to burst or explode.
Forced operation of the pressure switch or the temperature
switch by defeating the safety features of these devices, or
the use of accessories other than the ones that are recommended by MITSUBISHI may result in smoke, fire, and/or
explosion.
When installing the unit in a small room, exercise caution and take measures against leaked refrigerant
reaching the limiting concentration.
Only use accessories recommended by MITSUBISHI.
Consult your dealer with any questions regarding limiting
concentrations and for precautionary measures before installing the unit. Leaked refrigerant gas exceeding the limiting concentration causes oxygen deficiency.
Consult your dealer or a specialist when moving or reinstalling the unit.
Improper installation may result in water leakage, electric
shock, and/or fire.
Ask a qualified technician to install the unit. Improper installation by the user may result in water leakage, electric
shock, smoke, and/or fire.
Precautions for handling units for use with R410A
CAUTION
Do not use the existing refrigerant piping.
ŒA large amount of chlorine that may be contained in the residual refrigerant and refrigerating machine oil in the existing piping may cause the refrigerating machine oil in the
new unit to deteriorate.
ŒR410A is a high-pressure refrigerant and can cause the
existing pipes to burst.
Use refrigerant pipes made of phosphorus deoxidized
copper. Keep the inner and outer surfaces of the pipes
clean and free of such contaminants as sulfur, oxides,
dust, dirt, shaving particles, oil, and water.
These types of contaminants inside the refrigerant pipes
may cause the refrigerant oil to deteriorate.
Store the pipes to be installed indoors, and keep both
ends of the pipes sealed until immediately before brazing. (Keep elbows and other joints wrapped in plastic.)
Infiltration of dust, dirt, or water into the refrigerant system
may cause the refrigerating machine oil to deteriorate or
cause the unit to malfunction.
Use a small amount of ester oil, ether oil, or alkylbenzene to coat flares and flanges.
Infiltration of a large amount of mineral oil may cause the refrigerating machine oil to deteriorate.
Charge liquid refrigerant (as opposed to gaseous refrigerant) into the system.
If gaseous refrigerant is charged into the system, the composition of the refrigerant in the cylinder will change and
may result in performance loss.
Use a vacuum pump with a reverse-flow check valve.
If a vacuum pump that is not equipped with a reverse-flow
check valve is used, the vacuum pump oil may flow into the
refrigerant cycle and cause the refrigerating machine oil to
deteriorate.
Prepare tools for exclusive use with R410A. Do not use
the following tools if they have been used with the conventional refrigerant (gauge manifold, charging hose,
gas leak detector, reverse-flow check valve, refrigerant
charge base, vacuum gauge, and refrigerant recovery
equipment.).
ŒIf the refrigerant or the refrigerating machine oil left on
these tools are mixed in with R410A, it may cause the refrigerating machine oil to deteriorate.
ŒInfiltration of water may cause the refrigerating machine
oil to deteriorate.
ŒGas leak detectors for conventional refrigerants will not
detect an R410A leak because R410A is free of chlorine.
Do not use a charging cylinder.
If a charging cylinder is used, the composition of the refrigerant will change, and the unit may experience power loss.
Exercise special care when handling the tools for use
with R410A.
Infiltration of dust, dirt, or water into the refrigerant system
may cause the refrigerating machine oil to deteriorate.
Only use refrigerant R410A.
The use of other types of refrigerant that contain chlorine
(i.e. R22) may cause the refrigerating machine oil to deteriorate.
Before installing the unit
WARNING
Do not install the unit where a gas leak may occur.
If gaseous refrigerant leaks and piles up around the unit, it
may be ignited.
Do not use the unit to keep food items, animals, plants,
artifacts, or for other special purposes.
The unit is not designed to preserve food products.
Do not use the unit in an unusual environment.
ŒDo not install the unit where a large amount of oil or steam
is present or where acidic or alkaline solutions or chemical
sprays are used frequently. Doing so may lead to a remarkable drop in performance, electric shock, malfunctions, smoke, and/or fire.
ŒThe presence of organic solvents or corrosive gas (i.e.
ammonia, sulfur compounds, and acid) may cause gas
leakage or water leakage.
When installing the unit in a hospital, take appropriate
measures to reduce noise interference.
High-frequency medical equipment may interfere with the
normal operation of the air conditioner or vice versa.
Do not install the unit on or over things that cannot get
wet.
When the humidity level exceeds 80% or if the drainage
system is clogged, the indoor unit may drip water. Drain water is also discharged from the outdoor unit. Install a centralized drainage system if necessary.
Before installing the unit (moving and reinstalling the unit) and performing
electrical work
CAUTION
Properly ground the unit.
Do not connect the grounding wire to a gas pipe, water pipe,
lightning rod, or grounding wire from a telephone pole. Improper grounding may result in electric shock, smoke, fire,
and/or malfunction due to noise interference.
Do not put tension on the power supply wires.
If tension is put on the wires, they may break and result in
excessive heat, smoke, and/or fire.
Install an earth leakage breaker to avoid the risk of
electric shock.
Failure to install an earth leakage breaker may result in
electric shock, smoke, and/or fire.
Use the kind of power supply wires that are specified
in the installation manual.
The use of wrong kind of power supply wires may result in
current leak, electric shock, and/or fire.
Use breakers and fuses (current breaker, remote
switch <switch + Type-B fuse>, moulded case circuit
breaker) with the proper current capacity.
The use of wrong capacity fuses, steel wires, or copper
wires may result in malfunctions, smoke, and/or fire.
Do not spray water on the air conditioner or immerse
the air conditioner in water.
Otherwise, electric shock and/or fire may result.
When handling units, always wear protective gloves to
protect your hands from metal parts and high-temperature parts.
Periodically check the installation base for damage.
If the unit is left on a damaged platform, it may fall and
cause injury.
Properly install the drain pipes according to the instructions in the installation manual. Keep them insulated to avoid dew condensation.
Improper plumbing work may result in water leakage and
damage to the furnishings.
Exercise caution when transporting products.
ŒProducts weighing more than 20 kg should not be carried
alone.
ŒDo not carry the product by the PP bands that are used on
some products.
ŒDo not touch the heat exchanger fins. They are sharp and
dangerous.
ŒWhen lifting the unit with a crane, secure all four corners
to prevent the unit from falling.
Properly dispose of the packing materials.
ŒNails and wood pieces in the package may pose a risk of
injury.
ŒPlastic bags may pose a risk of choking hazard to children. Tear plastic bags into pieces before disposing of
them.
Before the test run
CAUTION
Turn on the unit at least 12 hours before the test run.
Do not operate the unit without panels and safety
guards.
Keep the unit turned on throughout the season. If the unit is
turned off in the middle of a season, it may result in malfunctions.
Rotating, high-temperature, or high-voltage parts on the unit
pose a risk of burns and/or electric shock.
To avoid the risk of electric shock or malfunction of the
unit, do not operate switches with wet hands.
Do not turn off the power immediately after stopping
the operation.
Do not touch the refrigerant pipes with bare hands during and immediately after operation.
During or immediately after operation, certain parts of the
unit such as pipes and compressor may be either very cold
or hot, depending on the state of the refrigerant in the unit
at the time. To reduce the risk of frost bites and burns, do
not touch these parts with bare hands.
Keep the unit on for at least five minutes before turning off
the power to prevent water leakage or malfunction.
Do not operate the unit without the air filter.
Dust particles may build up in the system and cause malfunctions.
CONTENTS
Safety Precautions
I
General Equipment Descriptions
1. Unit configuration table.................................................................................................................................. 1
2. Operable temperature range .......................................................................................................................... 3
II
Product Specifications
1. Specifications .................................................................................................................................................. 4
(1) Indoor unit
(2) Outdoor unit/Heat source unit
2. External Dimensions ....................................................................................................................................... 6
(1) Indoor unit
(2) Outdoor unit/Heat source unit
3. Center of Gravity ............................................................................................................................................ 11
(1) Indoor unit
(2) Outdoor unit/Heat source unit
4. Electrical Wiring Diagrams ........................................................................................................................... 13
(1) Indoor unit
(2) Outdoor unit/Heat source unit
5. Optional Parts ................................................................................................................................................ 17
(1) Outdoor unit
III
Product Data
1. Capacity Curves ............................................................................................................................................ 18
(1) Correction by temperature
(2) Part Load Performance
(3) Correction by refrigerant piping length
(4) Correction by indoor unit airflow rate
(5) SHF Curves
2. Sound Levels ................................................................................................................................................. 22
(1) Measurement condition
(2) NC Curves
3. Fan Characteristics Curves .......................................................................................................................... 24
IV
System Design
1. Piping Design ................................................................................................................................................ 27
(1) PFD-P250VM-E
(2) PFD-P500VM-E (two refrigerant circuit system)
(3) PFD-P500VM-E (single refrigerant circuit system)
(4) Refrigerant charging calculation
2. Designing of water circuit system ............................................................................................................... 31
(1) Example of basic water circuit
(2) Cooling tower
(3) Auxiliary heat source and heat storage tank
(4) Piping system
(5) Practical System Examples and Circulation Water Control
(6) Pump interlock circuit
3. Water piping work .......................................................................................................................................... 42
(1) Items to be observed on installation work
(2) Thermal insulation work
(3) Water treatment and water quality control
4. Control Wiring ................................................................................................................................................ 43
(1) Specifications of control wiring and maximum length of wiring
5. Types of switch settings and setting methods ........................................................................................... 44
(1) Address settings
(2) Power supply switch connector connection on the outdoor unit
(3) Choosing the temperature detection spot by indoor unit (Factory Setting: SWC “Standard”)
(4) Setting the MA “Sub” controller
(5) Connection of two refrigerant circuits
6. Sample System Connection ......................................................................................................................... 46
(1) System with MA remote controller
(2) System with MA remote controller and AG-150A
CONTENTS
7. External input/output specifications ........................................................................................................... 51
(1) Input/output specifications
(2) Wiring
(3) Wiring Method
(4) Switch setting
(5) Dehumidification priority control
(6) Normal/Local switching switch (SW9)
8. System Rotation Control ............................................................................................................................... 56
9. Notes on the use of optional accessories ................................................................................................... 56
10. Caution for refrigerant leakage................................................................................................................... 57
(1) Refrigerant property
(2) Confirm the Critical concentration and take countermeasure
V
Air Conditioning the Computer Room
1. Main Features of the Floor-Duct Air Conditioners...................................................................................... 58
2. Features of air-conditioner for computer room .......................................................................................... 58
3. Step-by-Step Plan for the Implementation of the Air-Conditioning .......................................................... 59
4. Conditions for the Installation of Computer-Room Air Conditioners ....................................................... 60
(1) Outdoor Temperature and Humidity
(2) Indoor Temperature and Humidity
(3) Matching the Volume of Air Flow
(4) Considering a Back-up Air Conditioning System
5. Setting the Air conditioners ......................................................................................................................... 61
(1) Air-Conditioning Load
(2) Sample Selection of Air Conditioners
6. Automatic Control of the Computer Room.................................................................................................. 63
VI
Maintenance/Inspection
1. Maintenance/Inspection Schedule ............................................................................................................... 64
(1) Approximate Longevity of Various Parts
(2) Notes
(3) Details of Maintenance/Inspection
I General Equipment Descriptions (PEFY-AF1200CFMR)
I
General Equipment Descriptions
1. Unit configuration table
10HP system
Indoor unit
20HP system
PFD-P250VM-E
PFD-P500VM-E
PUHY-P250YJM-A × 2
Model Name
Outdoor unit
PUHY-P250YJM-A
PUHY-P500YSJM-A
Heat source unit
PQHY-P250YHM-A
PQHY-P250YHM-A × 2
*PFD-type indoor units cannot be connected to outdoor units and heat source unit other than the ones specified above.
*PFD-type indoor units and other types of indoor units cannot coexist in the same refrigerant system.
*It is necessary to change pulley and V-belt when using it by the power supply frequency 60Hz.
*For restrictions when the PFD-type indoor units are connected (related to the system), see IV System Design.
*20HP system of the heat source unit cannot be connected to a single refrigerant circuit.
<10HP System>
Outdoor Unit/Heat source unit
Indoor Unit
PUHY-P250YJM-A
PQHY-P250YHM-A
AG-150A
*3
TB7
TB3 *2
PFD-P250VM-E
Transmission
line
CENTRALIZED CONTROLLER AG-150A
*1
Refrigerant pipe
24V DC
M-NET
PAC-SC51KUA
When using a PFD-P250VM-E as an indoor unit, connect an outdoor unit PUHY-P250YJM-A/PQHY-P250YHM-A to each
indoor unit and operate with a built-in remote controller for the indoor unit.
*1: Bold line indicates refrigerant piping (gas/liquid). This system consists of single refrigerant circuit.
*2: Indicates TB3-type transmission line that connects the indoor and outdoor units.
This system consists of single refrigerant circuit.
*3: Indicates TB7-type transmission line that allows the unit to communicate with the controller.
<20HP System>
Outdoor Unit
Single refrigerant circuit
Indoor Unit
PUHY-P500YSJM-A
AG-150A
PFD-P500VM-E
*3
TB7
TB3
TB3
CENTRALIZED CONTROLLER AG-150A
*2
Transmission
line
*1
24V DC
Refrigerant pipe
M-NET
PAC-SC51KUA
When using a PFD-P500VM-E as an indoor unit, connect 1 PUHY-P500YSJM-A outdoor unit to each indoor unit and operate
with a built-in remote controller for the indoor unit.
*1: Bold line indicates refrigerant piping (gas/liquid). This system consists of single refrigerant circuit.
*2: Indicates TB3-type transmission line that connects the indoor and outdoor units.
This system consists of single refrigerant circuit.
*3: Indicates TB7-type transmission line that allows the unit to communicate with the controller.
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Two refrigerant circuits
Outdoor Unit/Heat source unit
PUHY-P250YJM-A
PQHY-P250YHM-A
AG-150A
TB7
TB3 *2
*1
CENTRALIZED CONTROLLER AG-150A
24V DC
*3
TB7
Indoor Unit
PFD-P500VM-E
Transmission
line
Refrigerant
PUHY-P250YJM-A
pipe
PQHY-P250YHM-A
TB3
Transmission line
M-NET
PAC-SC51KUA
Refrigerant pipe
When using a PFD-P500VM-E as an indoor unit, connect 2 PUHY-P250YJM-A/PQHY-P250YHM-A outdoor units to an
indoor unit and operate with a built-in remote controller for the indoor unit.
At the factory settings, this model of indoor unit is designed and set to accommodate a single refrigerant circuit.
Connection of two refrigerant circuits to the indoor unit requires setting change and pipe work.
*1: Bold line indicates refrigerant piping (gas/liquid). This system consists of two refrigerant circuits.
*2: Indicates TB3-type transmission line that connects the indoor and outdoor units.
This system consists of two refrigerant circuit.
*3: Indicates TB7-type transmission line that allows the unit to communicate with the controller.
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2. Operable temperature range
• Cooling
Indoor temperature(°CWB)
PFD unit + PUHY-P250YJM-A, PUHY-P500YSJM-A
30
25
20
15
10
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
Outdoor temperature (°CDB)
* The height between the Outdoor PUHY-P-YJM-A and Indoor could make the operation
temperature range narrow. For details, refer to IV 1. Piping Design (P27).
30
Indoor temperature(°CDB)
• Heating
25
20
15
10
5
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
35
40
45
50
35
40
45
50
Outdoor temperature (°CWB)
PFD unit + PQHY-P250YHM-A
30
Indoor temperature(°CWB)
• Cooling
25
20
15
10
5
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
Circulating water temperature(°C)
30
Indoor temperature(°CDB)
• Heating
25
20
15
10
5
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
Circulating water temperature(°C)
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II Product Specifications (PEFY-AF1200CFMR)
II
Product Specifications
1. Specifications
(1) Indoor unit
Model name
System capacity
kW
Power source
Power input
kW
A
Current
Type x Quantity
Airflow rate
m3/min
Fan
External static pressure
Pa
Motor Output
kW
Refrigerant
External finish
PFD-P250VM-E
Cooling
28.0
PFD-P500VM-E
Heating
*1
Cooling
31.5
56.0
3N~380/400/415V(50Hz), 400/415V(60Hz)
2.50
5.3/5.0/4.9
Sirocco fan x 1
160
120
2.2
Heating
63.0
*1
5.00
9.5/9.0/8.7
Sirocco fan x 2
320
120
4.4
R410A
Galvanized steel plate (with polyester coating)
<MUNSEL 2.9GY 8.6/0.3(White) 7.2GB 3.2/5.3(Blue) or similar>
1,950 x 1,380 x 780
1,950 x 1,980 x 780
External dimensions H x W x D mm
Thermal switch
Protection devices (Fan)
Liquid pipe ø 9.52 Brazed (ø 12.7 for over 90m) Liquid pipe
Single refrigerant
ø 15.88 Brazed
Refrigerant
circuit
Gas pipe
Gas pipe
ø 22.2 Brazed
ø 28.58 Brazed
piping diameter
Two refrigerant
Liquid pipe ø 9.52 Brazed (ø 12.7 for over 90m)
*2
circuit
Gas pipe
ø 22.2 Brazed
Refrigerant piping allowable length
m
165
165
59
63
dB(A)
Sound pressure level
Cross fin (Aluminum plate fin and copper tube)
Heat exchanger
Air filter
PP Honeycomb fabric (washable)
Net weight
kg
380
520
Note:
*1. Heating can be used only by the indoor warming-up.
*2. At the factory settings, this model of indoor unit is designed and set to accommodate a single refrigerant circuit.
Connection of two refrigerant circuits to the indoor unit requires setting change and pipe work.
** Installation/foundation work, electric connection work, duct work, insulation work, power source switch and other items are
not specified in the specifications.
(2) Outdoor unit/Heat source unit
Model name
PUHY-P250YJM-A (-BS)
connected with PFD series
Cooling
Heating
Capacity
kW
28.0
31.5
*1
Power source
3N ~ 380/400/415V 50/60Hz
Power input
kW
6.80
6.60
Current
A
11.4/10.9/10.5
11.1/10.5/10.2
Propeller fan x 1
Type x Quantity
Fan
Airflow rate
170
m3/min
Motor output
0.46 x 1
kW
Inverter scroll hermetic compressor
Compressor Type
kW
Motor output
6.8
kW
0.035
Crankcase heater
Heat exchanger
Salt-resistant cross fin & copper tube
Refrigerant/Lubricant
R410A/MEL32
Pre-coated galvanized steel sheets (+ powder coating for -BS type) <MUNSEL 5Y 8/1 or similar>
External finish
1,710 (without legs 1,650) x 920 x 760
External dimension H x W x D
mm
High pres. Sensor & High pres. Switch at 4.15MPa
Protection High pressure protection
devices
Over-heat protection
Compressor
Fan
Thermal switch
Over-heat protection, Over-current protection
Inverter circuit (COMP./FAN)
ø9.52 Brazed (ø12.7 for over 90m)
Refrigerant
Liquid pipe
piping diameter
Gas pipe
ø22.2 Brazed
*2 dB(A)
Sound pressure level
58
kg
Net weight
200
Note:
*1. Cooling/Heating capacity indicates the maximum value at operation under the following condition.
Outdoor: 35°CDB
<Cooling> Indoor: 27°CDB/19°CWB
<Heating> Indoor: 20°CDB
Outdoor: 7°CDB/6°CWB
Pipe length: 7.5m
Level difference: 0m
*2. It is measured in anechoic room.
** Installation/foundation work, electrical connection work, duct work, insulation work, power source switch,
and other items shall be referred to the Installation Manual.
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Model name
PUHY-P500YSJM-A (-BS)
connected with PFD series
Cooling
Heating
Capacity
kW
56.0
63.0
*1
Power source
3N ~ 380/400/415V 50/60Hz
kW
13.60
13.20
Power input
A
22.8/21.8/21.0
22.2/21.0/20.4
Current
PUHY-P250YJM-A(-BS)
PUHY-P250YJM-A(-BS)
Set Model
Type x Quantity
Propeller fan x 1
Propeller fan x 1
Fan
170
170
m3/min
Airflow rate
Motor output
kW
0.46 x 1
0.46 x 1
Inverter scroll hermetic compressor
Inverter scroll hermetic compressor
Compressor Type
kW
Motor output
6.8
6.8
Crankcase heater
kW
0.035
0.035
Salt-resistant cross fin & copper tube
Salt-resistant cross fin & copper tube
Heat exchanger
R410A/MEL32
R410A/MEL32
Refrigerant/Lubricant
Pre-coated galvanized steel sheets (+ powder coating for -BS type) <MUNSEL 5Y 8/1 or similar>
External finish
1,710 (without legs 1,650) x 920 x 760
1,710 (without legs 1,650) x 920 x 760
External dimension H x W x D
mm
High pres. Sensor & High pres. Switch at 4.15MPa
Protection High pressure protection
devices
Over-heat protection
Compressor
Fan
Thermal switch
Over-heat protection, Over-current protection
Inverter circuit (COMP./FAN)
ø9.52 Brazed
Refrigerant
Liquid pipe
ø9.52 Brazed
piping diameter
Gas pipe
ø22.2 Brazed
ø22.2 Brazed
*2 dB(A)
Sound pressure level
61
Net weight
200
kg
200
Note:
*1. Cooling/Heating capacity indicates the maximum value at operation under the following condition.
Outdoor: 35°CDB
<Cooling> Indoor: 27°CDB/19°CWB
<Heating> Indoor: 20°CDB
Outdoor: 7°CDB/6°CWB
Pipe length: 7.5m
Level difference: 0m
*2. It is measured in anechoic room.
** Installation/foundation work, electrical connection work, duct work, insulation work, power source switch,
and other items shall be referred to the Installation Manual.
Model name
*1
Capacity
kW
Power source
kW
Power input
Current
A
Compressor Type
Motor output
kW
kW
Crankcase heater
Heat exchanger
Refrigerant/Lubricant
External finish
External dimension H x W x D
mm
Protection High pressure protection
devices
Compressor
Inverter circuit (COMP./FAN)
Refrigerant
Liquid pipe
piping diameter
Gas pipe
*2 dB(A)
Sound pressure level
kg
Net weight
Note:
PQHY-P250YHM-A
connected with PFD series
Cooling
28.0
Heating
31.5
3N ~ 380/400/415V 50/60Hz
5.45
9.2/8.7/8.4
5.51
9.3/8.8/8.5
Inverter scroll hermetic compressor
6.3
0.035 (240V)
Plate type
R410A/MEL32
Acrylic painted steel plate
1,160 (1,100 without legs) x 880 x 550
High pres. Sensor & High pres. Switch at 4.15MPa
Over-heat protection
Over-heat protection, Over-current protection
ø9.52 Brazed (ø12.7 for over 90m)
ø22.2 Brazed
49
195
*1. Cooling/Heating capacity indicates the maximum value at operation under the following condition.
Water temperature: 30°C
<Cooling> Indoor: 27°CDB/19°CWB
Water temperature: 20°C
<Heating> Indoor: 20°CDB
Pipe length: 7.5m
Level difference: 0m
*2. It is measured in anechoic room.
** Installation/foundation work, electrical connection work, duct work, insulation work, power source switch,
and other items shall be referred to the Installation Manual.
-5-
Filter
1380
Air outlet
Air inlet
Power supply :White
Operating
:Green
Check
:Yellow
Failure
:Red
Control box
Lifting bolts
(Accessory)
Remote controller
Changeover switch (SW9)
<Nomal/Local>
Refrig. piping <liquid> ø9.52 braze
Hole for the control wiring <ø32 knock out hole>
140
Lamp
1950
A
Hole for the control wiring
<ø32 knock out hole> Hole for the power supply <ø32 knock out hole>
100
<2-ø32 knock out
hole>
Hole for the power
supply(Body)
50
100
50
780
68
260
401
100
100
Panel
<view from A>
1340
1180
Air outlet
462
140
Service space
Hole for gas pipe connecting(ø42)
Hole for liquid pipe connecting(ø24)
Indoor unit
Service space
Unit front
figure
400 or more
20
Hole for liquid pipe connecting(ø24)
Hole for gas pipe connecting(ø42)
<Accessory>
· Lifting bolts
······4pc.
· Front panel opening and closing key ······1pc.
Emergency drain piping connection <Rp1-1/4>
100
340
186
Bolt holes:8-ø18
Main drain piping connection <Rp1-1/4>
Hole for the power supply(ø60)
Hole for the control wiring(ø60)
Unit surface
figure
Pipe execution
space
500 or more
Indoor unit
Refrig. piping <gas> ø22.2 braze
Drain piping connection
for humidifier
<Rp1-1/4>
20
800 or more
321
518
220
87
200 or more
68
Air inlet
220
320
50
390
20
740
580
20
100
305
410
171 150
65
-6-
260
Note 1. Be sure to set up a trap for Emergency
drain piping.
(Trap height:beyond 100mm)
(Trap is not necessary for main drain piping.)
2. Approve this figure because it is refused
for the improvement and specification
subject to change without notice.
3. Amputate a gas pipe/liquid pipe in the
fixed height at the time of 2 refrigerant
circuit connection, and connect it with
the local pipe.
2. External Dimensions
(1) Indoor unit
PFD-P250VM-E
Unit : mm
Hole for the power
supply(Body)
<2-ø 32 knook out
hole>
50
Control box
100
Hole for the control wiring <ø 32 knook out hole>
Hole for the power supply <ø 32 knook out hole>
Air outlet
1980
A
Air inlet
Lifting bolts
(Accessory)
1950
Refrig. piping <liquid> in 2 refrig. circuit system ø 9.52 braze No.1
Hole for the control wiring
<ø 32 knook out hole>
100
Filter
Remote controller
Changeover switch (SW9)
<Normal/Local>
140
Lamp
1940
1780
Air
outlet
359
370
<view from A>
241
Refrig. piping <gas> in 2 refrig. circuit system
type P450:ø 19.05 braze, type P560:ø 22.2 braze No.1
Refrig. piping <liquid> in 2 refrig. circuit
system ø 9.52 braze No.2
Refrig. piping <gas> ø 28.58 braze
124
68 68
Air
outlet
359
838
Refrig. piping <gas> in 2 refrig. circuit system
type P450:ø 19.05 braze,
type P560:ø 22.2 braze No.2
220
321
Refrig. piping <liquid> ø 15.88 braze
50 68
780
Panel
20
100
Drain piping connection
for humidifier
<Rp1-1/4>
Hole for the power supply(ø 60)
Hole for the control wiring(ø 60)
Indoor unit
Service space
Unit front
figure
400 or more
440
120
Hole for liquid side pipe connecting
or No.1 gas side pipe connecting(ø 42)
in 2 refrig. circuit system
Hole for gas side pipe connecting or
No.2 liquid side pipe connecting(ø 48)
in 2 refrig. circuit system
Hole for No.2 gas side pipe connecting(ø 42)
in 2 refrig. circuit system
Hole for No.1 liquid side pipe connecting
(ø 24) in 2 refrig. circuit system
20
100
Hole for No.2 gas pipe
connecting(ø 42) in 2
refrig. circuit system
185 Hole for No.2 liquid pipe
connecting(ø 24) in 2
refrig. circuit system
Hole for liquid pipe connecting(ø 34)
Bolt holes:8-ø 18
Hole for No.1 liquid pipe connecting
(ø 24) in 2 refrig. circuit system
Hole for No.1 gas pipe connecting(ø 42)
in 2 refrig. circuit system
Main drain piping connecting<Rp1-1/4>
Hole for gas pipe connecting(ø 48)
*1. It is necessary for the removal
of the panel beyond 600mm.
1000 or more *1
Emergency drain piping connection <Rp1-1/4>
20
740
20
Power supply :White
Operating
:Green
Check
:Yellow
Failure1
:Red
Failure2
:Red
379
Air inlet
81
<Accessory>
· Lifting bolts
······4pc.
· Front panel opening and closing key ······1pc.
50
305
410
171 150
65
100
580
100
220
320
680
710
135
135
68
124
-7-
390
Note 1. Be sure to set up a trap for Emergency
drain piping.
500 or more
200 or more
(Trap height:beyond 100mm)
(Trap is not necessary for main drain piping.)
Pipe execution
2. Approve this figure because it is refused
space
for the improvement and specification
Indoor unit
subject to change without notice.
Panel opening
3. Amputate a gas pipe/liquid pipe in the
Unit surface
and closing
fixed height at the time of 2 refrigerant
figure
dimension
circuit connection, and connect it with
Service
space
the local pipe.
PFD-P500VM-E
Unit : mm
60
55
760
25
Left side view
25
60
55
Refrigerant service
valve <gas>
142
145
ø9.52 Brazed
172 (ø12.7 Brazed) *2 ø22.2 Brazed
3
4
Intake
air
Control box
80 150 150 150 150
5
*1 Connect by using the connecting pipes (for bottom piping and front piping) Refrigerant service
that are supplied.
valve <liquid>
*2 Total length>=90m
PUHY-P250YJM
Connecting pipe specifications
Position dimensions Connection specifications for
for the refrigerant
the refrigerant service valve*1
service valve
Model
Liquid
Gas
Liquid
Gas
A
C
B
54
Refrigerant service
valve <liquid>
A
Intake
air
B
(60)
Discharge air
132 88
C
131
80
Bottom view
80
Refrigerant service
valve <gas>
760
(Mounting pitch)
2
98
102
1
Front view
221 150
251 83
186
204
251
6
Top view
884
920
72
90
86
2X2-14X20 Oval hole
• Pipe (IDø9.52XODø9.52)
1pc.
1pc.
1pc.
1
2
3
4
5
6
NO.
Usage
Front through hole
Bottom through hole
Front through hole
Front through hole
For wires
Bottom through hole
For transmission cables Front through hole
For pipes
Specifications
102X72 Knockout hole
150X92 Knockout hole
ø65 or ø40 Knockout hole
ø52 or ø27 Knockout hole
ø52 Knockout hole
ø34 Knockout hole
Note1. Please refer to the Data book (G8 or later) for information
regarding necessary spacing around the
unit and foundation work.
2. The detachable leg can be removed at site.
3. At brazing of pipes,wrap the refrigerant service valve
with wet cloth and keep the temperature of
refrigerant service valve under 120°C
<Liquid>
<Accessories>
Connecting pipe
<Gas>
• Elbow(IDø25.4XODø25.4)
• Pipe (IDø25.4XODø22.2)
Detachable leg
(front and back,2 points)
Note 2*
Service
panel
Intake
air
18
240
1410
18
145
760
18
18
724(721~727)
(Mounting pitch)
(760)
-892
1650
1710
(60)
2X5-ø4.6 Hole
(Make hole at the plastic fan guard
for snow hood attachment)
<Snow hood attachment hole>
(2) Outdoor unit/Heat source unit
PUHY-P250YJM-A(-BS)
Unit : mm
-9-
PUHY-P500YSJM-A(-BS)
PUHY-P250YJM-A(-BS)
PUHY-P250YJM-A(-BS)
CMY-Y100VBK2
ø15.88
ø28.58
Left view
Liquid
c or e
ø9.52
(*including the straight pipe that is supplied with the Twinning Kit).
5.Only use the Twinning Kit by Mitsubishi (optional parts).
920
Gas
d or f
ø22.2
Outdoor unit 1
4.The pipe section before the Twinning Kit (sections "a" and "b" in the figure) must have at least 500mm of straight section
Be sure to see the Installation Manual for details of Twinning Kit installation.
3.Twinning Kit should not be tilted more than 15 degrees from the horizontal plane.
2.The detachable leg can be removed at site.
P250
Unit model
Detachable leg
Note 2*
Intake
air
Twinning Kit~Outdoor unit
1710
Note 1.Connect the pipes as shown in the figure above. Refer to the table above for the pipe size.
Component unit name
Outdoor unit 1
Outdoor unit 2
Outdoor Twinning Kit (optional parts)
a
Liquid
Indoor unit~Twinning Kit
Gas
b
Package unit name
Twinning Kit connection size
Intake
air
Discharge air
1650
(60)
760
d
c
30
Front view
f
e
Intake
air
b
To indoor unit
Gas Twinning Kit <optional parts>
a
To indoor unit
Liquid Twinning Kit <optional parts>
Outdoor unit 2
920
PUHY-P500YSJM-A(-BS)
Unit : mm
Fig. A
725
880
(102)
170
450
600
1100
550
*1. Connect by using the connecting pipes that are supplied.
PQHY-P250YHM-A ø9.52 Brazed *1 ø22.2 Brazed *1
Fig. B
The space for
control box
replacement
Connecting pipe specifications
Connection specifications for
the refrigerant service valve
Model
Liquid
Gas
<Accessories>
· Refrigerant (Liquid) conn. pipe ·····1 pc.
(P250 ; Packaged in the accessory kit)
· Refrigerant (Gas) conn. pipe ·····1 pc.
(P250 ; Packaged in the accessory kit)
(53)
350
Service space
(front side)
Top view
600
450
170
7
18
226
234
121
23
80
584
433
548
608
563
8
5
80
23
NO.
For pipes
550
60
8
Specifications
Usage
Front through hole 140 x 77 Knockout hole
Front through hole ø45 Knockout hole
Front through hole ø65 or ø40 Knockout hole
For wires
Front through hole ø52 or ø27 Knockout hole
For transmission cables Front through hole ø34 Knockout hole
inlet
Rc1-1/2 Screw
Water pipe
outlet
Rc1-1/2 Screw
Drain pipe
Rc3/4 Screw
20
1
60
Detachable leg
74
(front and back, 2 points)
Note 8*
83 2 x 2-14 x 20 Oval hole
58
2 x 2-14 x 20 Oval hole
(Installation support hole)
75
140
720 (Mounting pitch)
(Installation support hole pitch)
834
(880)
78
168
2
3
4
Refrigerant service
valve <Liquid>
Refrigerant service
valve <Gas>
22
880
550
141
213
240
40
40
(530)
1100
1160
(60)
(Installation support
hole pitch)
470 (467~473)
(Mounting pitch)
506 (503~509)
(550)
- 10 22
Note 1. Close a hole of the water piping, the refrigerant piping,
the power supply, and the control wiring and unused knockout
holes with the putty etc. so as not to infiltrate rain water
etc. (field erection work)
Note 2. At the time of product shipment, the front side piping
specification serves as the local drainage connection.
When connecting on the rear side, please remove the
rear side plug sealing corks, and attach a front side.
Ensure there is no leak after the attachment has been fitted.
Note 3. Take notice of service space as Fig. A. (In case of single
installation, 600mm or more of back space as front space
makes easier access when servicing the unit from rear side)
Note 4. If water pipes or refrigerant pipes stretch upward,
required space for service and maintenance due to
replacement of control box is shown in Fig. B.
Note 5. Environmental condition for installation; -20~40°C (DB)
as indoor installation.
Note 6. In case the temperature around the heat source unit has
Control box
possibility to drop under 0°C, be careful for the following
point to prevent the pipe burst by the water pipe freeze-up.
· Circulate the water all the time even if the heat source
unit is not in operation.
· Drain the water from inside of the heat source unit when
the heat source unit will not operate for a long term.
Note 7. Ensure that the drain piping is downward with a pitch of
more than 1/100.
Service
Note 8. The detachable leg can be removed at site.
panel
Note 9. At brazing of pipes, wrap the refrigerant service valve
6
with wet cloth and keep the temperature of
Service space
refrigerant service valve under 120°C.
(front side)
PQHY-P250YHM-A
Unit : mm
3. Center of Gravity
(1) Indoor unit
PFD-P250VM-E
Unit : mm
Model
X
Y
Z
580
581
222
739
Z
PFD-P250VM-E
L
Y
X
L
PFD-P500VM-E
Unit : mm
Model
Z
PFD-P500VM-E
Y
X
L
- 11 -
L
X
Y
Z
580
967
270
714
(2) Outdoor unit/Heat source unit
PUHY-P250YJM-A (-BS)
920
760
Model
X
Y
Z
PUHY-P250YJM-A (-BS)
334
329
652
60
Z
1470
Unit : mm
X
760
Y
724
80
PQHY-P250YHM-A
Unit : mm
1100
PQHY-P250YHM-A
Z
1160
Model
720
880
80
Y
60
X
506
550
- 12 -
X
Y
Z
418
250
532
LEV
TH23 t
TH22 t
TH21 t
TH24 t
6
5
4
3
2
1
B CD
9 0 1
9 0 1
CN24
12
- 13 -
SW1
7654321
CN25
Z3
21
21
21 21
CN60
33P1
T
21 321 6543213
CN28 CN22 CN20 CN21 CN29 CN31
Address
(odd)
CN7V
12
1 31
ZNR901
u
CN3T
CNT
F901
CN52
12345
u
Dehumidify
X07
31
31
CN2M
Z1
CN90
157 9
1
2
3
2
1
1
2
3
MF
I.B.
CN3A
X06 X05 X04
CN32
CND CNP CN33
DSA1 X01
ZNR1
CN51
123456
51F
52F
Note: 1. The dotted lines show field wiring.
2. The address setting of the indoor unit should always be odd.
3. The outdoor unit to which the indoor unit is connected with the transmission line,
the address of the outdoor unit should be the indoor unit +50.
4. Mark
indicates terminal bed,
connector,
board insertion connector
or fastening connector of control board.
SW3
SW14 SW12 SW11
(2nd digit) (1st digit)
678 9A
345
SWC SW5 SW8
SW4 SW7 SW2
0
EF 1 2
2 3
4 5 6
7 8
X11
2 3
4 5 6
7 8
Z3
52F
FAN
over current
detection
Z1
u
ZNR2
51F
DSA1
S.B.
u
ZNR1
L1
AC
1
2
3
4
5
IFB
X11
B2
C
1
CN54
2
TB22 3
4
5
1
TB23 A1
2
A2
3 CN53
BC
4
TB21 B1
5
F1
3 3
L2
L3
N
1
2
3
2
1
6
5
2
1
3
4
5
6
TB2
SHIELD
S
B1
A1
TB5
CN1
1 1
2
1
TB15
2
1
Inside section of control box
L
LED display(failure)
Power supply
3N~
380/400/415V(50Hz)
400/415V(60Hz)
LED display(power supply)
LED display(status)
CN52
Indoor unit
control board
Z
Relay circuit
SW:Defumidify order
Z:Relay (Contact : Minimum applicable load
DC12V 1mA or less)
1(brown)
5(green)
External input adapter
(PAC-SA88HA)
The signal input of the dehumidify order is to
connect wiring referring to the bottom figure.
LED display(check)
PE
L3
Power supply DC30V, AC100/200V
L Status output
Failure output
Distant location on/off
<no voltage or current>
Power supply DC12~24V
Distant location on/off
<with voltage and current>
SW9
Switch(normal/local)
PE
L4
L2
L1
Indoor unit
Control wiring
DC24~30V
RC
Z
SW
Power
Distant control panel
(field supply
and construction)
NAME
Fan motor
Indoor controller board
Surge absorber board
External input/output board
Power source terminal bed
Transmission terminal bed
Transmission terminal bed
Terminal bed for distant location on/off
<No voltage or current>
Terminal bed for distant location display
TB22
Terminal bed for distant location on/off
TB23
<With voltage and current>
Fuse<6-3/6A>
F901
Fuse<5A>
F1
ZNR1, ZNR2, ZNR901 Varistor
DSA1
Surge absorber
Transformer
T
Electronic linear expan.valve
LEV
Contactor(fan I/D)
52F
Over current relay (fan I/D)
51F
Float switch
33P1
Thermistor (inlet temp.detection)
TH21
TH22
Thermistor (piping temp.detection/liquid)
TH23
Thermistor (piping temp.detection/gas)
TH24
Thermistor (outlet temp.detection)
Switch (for mode selection)
SW1(I.B.)
Switch (for capacity code)
SW2(I.B.)
Switch (for mode selection)
SW3(I.B.)
Switch (for model selection)
SW4(I.B.)
Switch (normal/local) Refer to P55.
SW9
Switch (1st digit address set)
SW11(I.B.)
Switch (2nd digit address set)
SW12(I.B.)
Switch (connection No.set)
SW14(I.B.)
Switch (outlet/inlet temp.control)
SWC(I.B.)
X11
Auxiliary relay(check)
Z1
Auxiliary relay(fan)
Z3
Auxiliary relay(fan failure detection)
L1
LED display (failure)
L2
LED display (status)
LED display (check)
L3
L4
LED display (power supply)
RC
MA Remote controller
SYMBOL
MF
I.B.
S.B.
IFB
TB2
TB5
TB15
TB21
4. Electrical Wiring Diagrams
(1) Indoor unit
PFD-P250VM-E
- 14 -
6
5
4
3
2
1
SW4 SW7 SW2
SWC SW5 SW8
A B CDE
CN7V
7654321
12345
CN51
12 3 4 5
CN52
I.B.1
CN3A
90 1
12
90 1
12
Address
(odd)
CN24 CN25
X12
CN7V
7654321
LEV1A
33P1
LEV1
LEV1B
AD.B.
12345
CN51
12345
CN52
Dehumidify
654321 654321
654321
T
I.B.2
Z1
Z3
33P2
<note2>
T
Z2
1
2
3
1
2
3
2
1
CN2M
MF
51F
1
2
3
2
1
1
2
3
<note2>
CN3A
ZNR1 X01 X07 X06 X05 X04
F901
u
No.2
CN32
ZNR901
SW14 SW12 SW11
DSA1
(2nd digit) (1st digit)
u
SW3
SW1 CN28 CN22 CN20 CN21 CN29 CN31 CN60 CN3T
CNT CND CNP CN33
CN90
21
2 1 2 1 21 2 1 3 2 1 6 5 4 3 2 1 3
1 3 1 1 3 5 9 1 31
157
F0 1
A B CDE
Note:
1. The dotted lines show field wiring.
2. It is wiring for single refrigerant system at the time of shipping.
Change wiring and SW2, 3, 4 (No.1&No.2) as this figure in field
when you change it to two refrigerant circuit
3. Set up the address of No.1 board in the odd number, and set up the
address of No.2 board in the even number.
But, set up the address of the No.2 board in the No.1 board +1.
4. The outdoor unit to which the indoor unit is connected with the
transmission line, the address of the outdoor unit should be the
indoor unit +50.
5. Mark indicates terminal bed, connector, board insertion connector
or fastening connector of control board.
TH23-2 t
TH22-2 t
TH21-2 t
TH24-2 t
LEV2
7 8
7 8
LEV1
23456
789
6
5
4
3
2
1
Z3
2 3
45 6
TH23-1 t
2 3
45 6
TH22-1 t
23456
789
TH21-1 t
12
Dehumidify
90 1
ZNR1 X01 X07 X06 X05 X04 CN2M
Address
F901
u
No.1
(odd)
DSA1
CN32
ZNR901
SW14 SW12 SW11
(2nd digit) (1st digit)
SW3
SW1 CN28 CN22 CN20 CN21 CN29 CN31 CN60 CN3T u
CNT CND CNP CN33
CN90
21
2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 3 2 1 26 5 4 3 1 3
1 3 1 1 3 5 3 1 3 17 1 5 9
45 6
F0 1
45 6
TH24-1 t
12
7 8
CN24 CN25
X11
2 3
SWC SW5 SW8
SW4 SW7 SW2
90 1
2 3
7 8
1
3
2
1
52F
Z3
u
ZNR2
51F
Two refrigerant
circuit
Single refrigerant
circuit
(at the time of shipping)
PFD-P500VM-E
TB2
3
4
5
6
CN2M
CN3A
1
2
3
2
1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
SW9
Switch(normal/local)
12345
12345
ON
<note2>
LED display(check)
B2
TB21 B1
BC
A2
TB23 A1
AC
External input-output
board (IFB)
B
A
CN52
Indoor unit
control board
NAME
Fan motor
Indoor controller board
Adapter board
Surge absorber board
External input/output board
Power source terminal bed
Transmission terminal bed
Transmission terminal bed
Terminal bed for distant location on/off
<No voltage or current>
Terminal bed for distant location display
Terminal bed for distant location on/off
<With voltage and current>
Fuse <6.3/6A>
Fuse <5A>
Varistor
Surge absorber
Transformer
Electronic linear expan.valve
Contactor(fan I/D)
Over current relay (fan I/D)
Float switch
Thermistor (inlet temp.detection)
Thermistor (piping temp.detection/liquid)
Thermistor (piping temp.detection/gas)
Thermistor (outlet temp.detection)
Switch (for mode selection)
Switch (for capacity code)
Switch (for mode selection)
Switch (for model selection)
Switch (normal/local) Refer to P55.
Switch (1st digit address set)
Switch (2nd digit address set)
Switch (connection No.set)
Switch (outlet/inlet temp.control)
Auxiliary relay(check)
Auxiliary relay(fan)
Auxiliary relay(fan failure detection)
LED display (No.1 failure)
LED display (No.2 failure)
LED display (status)
LED display (check)
LED display (power supply)
MA Remote controller
Z
Relay circuit
SW:Defumidify order
Z:Relay (Contact : Minimum applicable load
DC12V 1mA or less)
1(brown)
5(green)
External input adapter
(PAC-SA88HA)
Z
The case of with-voltage input ... A
The case of no-voltage input .... B
SW
Power
Distant control panel
(field supply
and construction)
When using the external input function on the indoor unit
that is connected to two-refrigerant circuits, connect the
short-circuit plate that is supplied with the unit to the
appropriate terminals on the external input-output board.
F901
F1
ZNR1, ZNR2, ZNR901
DSA1
T
LEV1, 2
52F
51F
33P1, 33P2
TH21-1, TH21-2
TH22-1, TH22-2
TH23-1, TH23-2
TH24-1, TH24-2
SW1(I.B.)
SW2(I.B.)
SW3(I.B.)
SW4(I.B.)
SW9
SW11(I.B.)
SW12(I.B.)
SW14(I.B.)
SWC(I.B.)
X11, X12
Z1, Z2
Z3
L1
L2
L3
L4
L5
RC
TB22
TB23
The signal input of the dehumidify order is to
connect wiring referring to the bottom figure.
LED display(No.2 failure)
No.2 Indoor unit
Control wiring
DC24~30V
PE
L4
L2
<note2>
SW4
ON
Power supply
3N~
380/400/415V(50Hz)
400/415V(60Hz)
LED display(power supply)
LED display(status)
LED display(No.1 failure)
PE
L5
L3
L1
No.1 Indoor unit
Control wiring
DC24~30V
RC
Power supply DC12~24V
Distant location on/off
<with voltage and current>
Distant location on/off
<no voltage or current>
Power supply DC30V, AC100/200V
L
No1.Status output
L No1.Failure output
L No2.Status output
L
No2.Failure output
Connect a connector to
CN3A, CN2M of I.B.2
board.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910
ON
1234 56
L2
L3
N
I.B. 2
123 4 56
ON
SW3
654321
CN60
CN53
L1
1
2
3
AC
TB23 A1
A2
BC
TB21 B1
B2
C
1
CN54
2
TB22 3
4
5
SHIELD
IFB
S
B2
A2
TB5-2
4
3
X12
1
X11
2
1
2
3
4
5
F1
3 3
ON
SW2
u
DSA1
S.B.
ON
How to set up to SW2, 3, 4.
(In case of two refrigerant circuit)
LEV2
6
5
4
3
2
1
Remove the LEV1B connector
from AD.B. board, and
connect it to CN60 of
I.B.2 board.
How to connect in case of two refrigerant circuit.
FAN
over current
detection
52F
Z1 Z2
ZNR1
CN1
1 1
2
1
6
5
2
1
SHIELD
S
B1
A1
TB5-1
TB15
2
1
Inside section of control box
SYMBOL
MF
I.B.1, I.B.2
AD.B.
S.B.
IFB
TB2
TB5-1, -2
TB15
TB21
PFD-P500VM-E
- 15 -
TH7
THHS
Z24,25
TH3
TH4
TH5
TH6
TH2
TB7
TB1
TB3
SV9
SV5b
SV1a
LEV2
63HS1
63LS
72C
CT12,22,3
CH11
DCL
LEV1
Symbol
21S4a
21S4b
63H1
Explanation
Cooling/Heating switching
Heat exchanger capacity control
Pressure
High pressure protection for the
switch
outdoor unit
Discharge pressure
Pressure
sensor
Low pressure
Magnetic relay(inverter main circuit)
Current sensor(AC)
Crankcase heater(for heating the compressor)
DC reactor
HIC bypass,Controls refrigerant
Linear
expansion
flow in HIC circuit
valve
Pressure control,Refrigerant flow
rate control
For opening/closing the bypass
Solenoid
valve
circuit under the O/S
Outdoor unit heat exchanger
capacity control
For opening/closing the bypass
circuit
Power supply
Terminal
block
Indoor/Outdoor transmission
cable
Central control transmission
cable
Subcool bypass outlet
Thermistor
temperature
Pipe temperature
Discharge pipe temperature
ACC inlet pipe temperature
Subcooled liquid refrigerant
temperature
OA temperature
IPM temperature
Function setting connector
4-way valve
<Symbol explanation>
CN1A
3
1
Z1 Z2 Z3
U U U
F1,F2,F3
AC250V
6.3A T
1
CN2 3
6
5
4
R1
R2
R3
C7
C8
C9
C10
TB1
1 CN1B
C1
C2
F1
C3
F2
Z4
U
F3
DSA
1
C5
C6
+
D1
L1 L2 L3 N
Power Source
3N~
50/60Hz
380/400/415V
L1 L2 L3 N
L
Z5
1
-
3
N
4
1
3
CN3
green
INV Board
black
black
1
white
white
+
+
+
+
SC-P1
2
1
3 72C 4
black
R31
R33
R35
U
CT3
ZNR1
black
*5
IPM
SC-L3
SC-L1
C31
C33
IPM
C35
C37
FT-N
FT-P
*6
red
C100
R5
R631
R630
R1
C631
red
R30
R32
R34
C30
C32
C34
C36
P
CN1
+
+
+
+
SC-P2
red
CNINV
4
1
7
DCL
C630
CNVDC
4
1
F01
DC700V
4A T
FAN Board
red
F4
AC250V
6.3A T
DB1
TB21 TB22 TB23 TB24
U
CN5
red
R4
L1 L2 L3 N
C4
R5
R6
Noise
Filter
C11
+
CN4
3 blue
*1.Single-dotted lines indicate wiring not supplied with the unit.
*2.Dot-dash lines indicate the control box boundaries.
*3.Refer to the Data book (G8 or later) for connecting input/output signal connectors.
*4.Daisy-chain terminals (TB3) on the outdoor units in the
same refrigerant system together.
*5.Faston terminals have a locking function.
Make sure the terminals are securely locked
in place after insertion. Press the tab
on the terminals to remove them.
*6.Control box houses high-voltage parts.
Fan motor
Before inspecting the inside of the
(Heat exchanger)
control box,turn off the power, keep
U
M V
the unit off for at least 10 minutes,
3~
and confirm that the voltage between
W
FT-P and FT-N on INV Board has dropped
to DC20V or less.
1 3
CN4
red
6
5
1
CN22 43
red
2
CN5V
yellow
1
1
CT12
SC-L2
SC-U
t°
THHS
W
white
MS
3~
V
white
SC-V
Motor
(Compressor)
U
red
red
RSH1
C1
2
1
1
3
black
black
CT22
SC-W
CNTYP
black
CN2
7
5
2
CN4 1
LED1:Normal operation(Lit)
/ Error(Blink)
CN6
3
LED1:Normal
operation
LED2:Error
21
4
CN21 3
blue 2
12
CN5
LED3:CPU in
operation
21
CN18V
blue
CH11
5
72C
6
SV9
SV5b
21S4a
SV1a
21S4b
CN503
CN502
CN501
CN507
CN506
1
3
6
1
CN508
black
3 red
6
5
1
3
6
CN504
1 green
3
CNAC
red
X09
X08
X07
X05
X04
X03
X02
X01
2
1
2 CN72 ZNR01
1 red
U
CPU power
supply circuit
CNDC
3 pink
CNAC2
black
1 blue
3
1
2
1
3
2
1
1
12
F01
AC250V
3.15A T
CNT01
*3
12V
3
12
21
LED1
SW5
10
10
SW3
blue
CN3N
321
1
CN04
CN102
1234
3 red
CN3D
321
M-NET Board
M-NET power
supply circuit
red
CN3S
321
10
*4
CN102
4321
OFF
CN215
black
CN201
CN202
red
CN990
CN212
CN213
red
54321
1
2
1
2
3
2
1
3
2
1
2
1
2
1
4
3
2
1
CNTYP4 2
1
green
red
CN211
CNIT
12345
21
1
3
CNTYP5 3
1
green
CNTYP2
black
2
1
6
6
5
4
3
2
1
CNLVB 4
3
red
CNLVA
Central control
transmission
cable
CNS2
CNIT
yellow
red
LED1:Power supply to
Indoor/Outdoor
transmission line
TB7
TB3
M1 M2
M1 M2 S
TP1 TP2
CNS2
12
Indoor/Outdoor
transmission
cable
CN41
1234
SW1
LED1
Display
setting
10
TB7 Power
selecting
connector
ON
yellow
SW2
CN40
1234
Function
setting
SW4
*3
Compressor ON/OFF output
Error detection output
10
LED2:CPU in operation
yellow
CN3K
321
12
CN4
OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON
1
1
1
1
1
CN2
LED3:Lit when powered
3
4
5
1
CN51
Unit address
setting
SWU2 SWU1
1's
10's
digit
digit
2
1
5
7
CNT02 CN332
blue
Control Board
Power failure
detection circuit
1
CN801
yellow
P
63H1
Z24
Z25
M
t°
t°
t°
t°
t°
t°
1
2
3
1
2
3
TH5
TH3
TH7
TH6
TH4
TH2
63HS1
63LS
LEV2
M
LEV1
(2) Outdoor unit/Heat source unit
PUHY-P250YJM-A (-BS)
- 16 -
1
4
R1
R2
R3
+
C17
TB1
C9
C8
C7
C5
R6
R4
R5
N
+ U
C6
D1
CN5
red
L1 L2 L3
L1 L2 L3
N
N
L
Explanation
SV4a, b, d
SV7a, b
SV9
Heat exchanger capacity control
Heat exchanger capacity control
For opening/closing the bypass
circuit
Heat exchanger for inverter
Fan motor (Radiator panel)
For opening/closing the bypass
Solenoid
circuit under the O/S
valve
SV1a
LEV2a, b
LEV1
Pressure
sensor
LEVINV
MF1
High pressure protection for the
heat source unit
High pressure
Low pressure
Magnetic relay (inverter main circuit)
Current sensor (AC)
Crankcase heater (for heating the compressor)
DC reactor
HIC bypass, Controls refrigerant
Linear
flow in HIC circuit
expansion
valve
Pressure control, Refrigerant flow
rate control
4-way valve
Pressure
switch
3
CN3
green
1
black
white
red
F4
AC250V
6.3A T
-
3
63HS1
63LS
72C
CT12, 22, 3
CH11
DCL
63H1
Symbol
21S4a
Z5
1
Diode
Bridge
TB21 TB22 TB23 TB24
L1 L2 L3
C4
Noise
Filter
C10
1 CN1B
C1
C2
F1
C3
F2
Z4
U
F3
DSA
1
Power Source
3N~
50/60Hz
380/400/415V
3
1
3
CN4
3 blue
<Symbol explanation>
CN1A
Z1 Z2 Z3
U U U
F1,F2,F3
AC250V
6.3A T
CN2
6
5
N
4
1
+
+
+
+
SC-P1
black
CT12
SC-U
MS
3~
V
white
white
W
Motor
(Compressor)
U
red
red
SC-V
Subcool bypass outlet temperature
Pipe temperature
Discharge pipe temperature
ACC inlet pipe temperature
Subcooled liquid refrigerant
temperature
TH2
TH3
TH4
TH5
TH6
THHS
Z24, 25
THINV
IGBT temperature
Function setting connector
Water inlet temperature
Water outlet temperature
Outlet temp. detect of heat
exchanger for inverter
Operation ON signal, Pump
Interlock
blue
yellow
orange
1 2 3 4
red
Operation
ON signal
black
TB8
black
CT22
SC-W
TB8
TH7
TH8
1
7
5
3
1
CNTYP
black
CN2
CN4 2
1
Explanation
Power supply
Indoor/Heat source transmission
cable
SC-L3
SC-L2
t°
THHS
RSH1
C1
LED1 : Normal operation (lit)
/ Error (blink)
21
CN6
CNPW
1 2 4
Central control transmission
cable
Thermistor
Terminal
block
CT3
SC-L1
black
*5
CNOUT2
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 3 5 7
CN83
TB7
TB3
Symbol
TB1
R31
R33
R35
white
red
R5
1
2
3 72C 4
black
R1
C31
C33
IGBT
C35
C37
FT-N
FT-P
*6
red
INV Board
R30
R32
R34
C30
C32
C34
C36
P
CN1
+
+
+
+
SC-P2
red
DCL
C100
4
1
CNAC4
RELAY Board
*7
CN506
1
6
5
1
6
5
1
CN510
yellow
CN509
blue
CN508
3 black
6
1
CN507
3 red
6
5
1
3
6
5
CN504
1 green
3
1
2
3 CNOUT1
4 yellow
5
6
CN503
1 blue
3
1 CN502
CNAC2
2 black
2
1
CNAC
red
X12
X09
X08
X07
X13
X05
X04
X03
X02
2 CN72
1 red
U
2
ZNR01
1
12
CNT01
F01
AC250V
3.15A T
CPU power
supply circuit
CNDC
3 pink
*1. Single-dotted lines indicate wiring
not supplied with the unit.
*2. Dot-dash lines indicate the control
box boundaries.
*3. Refer to the Data book for connecting
input/output signal connectors.
*4. Daisy-chain terminals (TB3) on the
heat source units in the same
refrigerant system together.
*5. Faston terminals have a locking
function. Make sure the terminals
are securely locked in place after
insertion. Press the tab on the
terminals to removed them.
*6. Control box houses high-voltage parts.
Before inspecting the inside of the
control box, turn off the power, keep
the unit off for at least 10 minutes,
and confirm that the voltage between
FT-P and FT-N on INV Board has dropped
to 20VDC or less.
*7. Refer to the Data book for wiring
terminal block for Pump Interlock (TB8).
Pump Interlock
SV4d
SV9
SV4a
SV7a
21S4a
CH11
SV1a
MF1 M
~
SV4b
SV7b
5
72C
6
1
*3
1
7
5
CN2
LED1
10
SW5
SW4
CN04
3 red
SW3
1
1
CN41
CN40
SW2
SW1
LED1
Display
setting
10
4
4
4321
CN102
OFF
ON
yellow
CNS2
1 2
TB7 Power
selecting
connector
10
21
CNS2
yellow
*4
Indoor/
Heat source
transmission
cable
TB3
M1 M2
6
5
CNLVB 4
3
red
2
1
6
5
CNLVA 43
2
1
3
1
3
2
1
TP1 TP2
Central control
transmission
cable
TB7
M1 M2 S
54321
CNIT
red
1
CN211 2
CN215 2
1
black
3
CN202 2
red
1
3
CN201 2
1
CN992
yellow
2
CN990 1
2
CN212 1
4
CN213 3
2
red
1
CNTYP4 2
1
green
CNTYP5 3
green
1
CNTYP1 2
1
black
CNTYP2
black
6
5
4
CNLVE 3
2
1
6
5
CNLVC 4
red
3
2
1
red
CNIT
1 2 3 4 5
63H1
LED1:Power supply to
Indoor/Heat source transmission line
CN102
1 2 3 4
M-NET Board
M-NET power
supply circuit
1
CN3D
3 2 1
LED2:CPU in operation
10
Function
setting
10
*3
Compressor ON/OFF output
Error detection output
blue
CN3N
3 2 1
12
CN4
OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON
1
1
1
1
1
12
CNT02
LED3:Lit when powered
3
4
5
CN51
1
blue
yellow
CN63PW CN3K
1 2 4
3 2 1
12V
1's
digit
Unit address
setting
10's
digit
SWU2 SWU1
Control Board
Power failure
detection circuit
1 3
CN801
yellow
P
Z24
Z25
t°
t°
t°
t°
t°
t°
t°
t°
1
2
3
1
2
3
LEVINV
LEV2b
LEV2a
LEV1
TH4
TH2
63HS1
63LS
TH8
TH5
TH3
TH7
TH6
THINV
M
M
M
M
PQHY-P250YHM-A
5. Optional Parts
(1) Outdoor unit
Outdoor twinning kit
The following optional Outdoor Twinning Kit is needed to use to combine multiple refrigerant pipes. Refer to the chapter
entitled System Design Section for the details of selecting a proper twinning kit.
mm
CMY-Y100VBK2
For Liquid pipe:
For Gas pipe:
505
183
25.4
22.2
<Deformed pipe(Accessory)>
12.7
12.7
Pipe cover
(Dot-dashed part)
Local brazing
15.88
12.7
Local brazing
22.2
28.58
Distributer
Note 2
83
Pipe cover
(Dot-dashed part)
25.4
Distributer
588
241
ID: Inner Diameter
OD: Outer Diameter
Note 1. Reference the attitude angle of the branch pipe below the fig.
15
Distributer
The angle of the branch pipe is within
15 against the ground.
2. Use the attached pipe to braze the port-opening of the distributer.
3. Pipe diameter is indicated by inside diameter.
- 17 -
12.7
15.88
62
12.7
49
28.58
22.2
15.88
Note 2 342
9.52
49
(2 pcs.)
160
28.58
98
12.7
19.05
22.2
62
(2 pcs.)
III Product Data (PEFY-AF1200CFMR)
III
Product Data
1. Capacity Curves
(1) Correction by temperature
PUHY-P250YJM-A, PUHY-P500YSJM-A
Cooling Capacity
Cooling Input
1.3
Indoor unit inlet temperature (°CWB)
1.4
Indoor unit inlet temperature (°CWB)
Input Correction Coefficient
Capacity correction coefficient
1.5
1.3
1.2
1.1
24
1.0
0.9
19
0.8
15
12
0.7
-15 -10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
1.2
24
19
15
12
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
0.7
-15 -10
45
Outdoor unit inlet temperature (°CDB)
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
Outdoor unit inlet temperature (°CDB)
The correction curves indicate the values measured at the point where the compressor was
operated at its maximum capacity.
indicates the standard value.
PQHY-P250YHM-A
Inlet-water temp. (Cooling)
Water volume (Cooling)
Capacity
Input
1.4
Capacity
Input
1.1
1.3
1.2
1.05
Ratio
Ratio
1.1
1.0
1
0.9
0.8
0.95
0.7
0.6
0.9
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
4.5
5.0
5.5
Inlet-water temp. [°C]
6.5
7.0
7.5
Water-volume [m /h]
3
Intake air temp. (Cooling)
Water-pressure drop (Cooling)
Capacity
Input
1.2
Water-pressure drop [kPa]
30
1.1
1.0
Ratio
6.0
0.9
0.8
20
10
0
0.7
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
4
5
6
Water-volume [m3/h]
Intake air temp. (Room temp.) [°CWB]
indicates the standard value.
- 18 -
7
8
(2) Part Load Performance
PFD unit +PUHY-P250YJM-A, PUHY-P500YSJM-A
10HP System
Indoor Unit
: PFD-P250VM-E
Outdoor Unit : PUHY-P250YJM-A
System Power input (kW)
Outdoor unit inlet
temp. (°CDB)
40 °C
35 °C
30 °C
25 °C
20 °C
15 °C
Cooling
100%
Capacity (kW) Capacity
26.5
9.83
28.0
9.30
29.3
8.76
30.5
8.23
31.5
7.70
32.4
7.44
90%
Capacity
8.67
8.18
7.71
7.24
6.78
6.65
80%
Capacity
7.70
7.27
6.85
6.44
6.07
6.01
70%
Capacity
6.89
6.51
6.13
5.73
5.52
5.47
60%
Capacity
6.20
5.86
5.53
5.21
5.03
5.00
50%
Capacity
5.60
5.24
4.87
4.69
4.63
4.60
40%
Capacity
5.34
4.89
4.58
4.47
4.45
4.43
* Indoor air temperature condition: 27°CDB/19°CWB
20HP System
Indoor Unit
: PFD-P500VM-E
Outdoor Unit : PUHY-P250YJM-A × 2, PUHY-P500YSJM-A
System Power input (kW)
Outdoor unit inlet
temp. (°CDB)
40
35
30
25
20
15
°C
°C
°C
°C
°C
°C
Cooling
100%
Capacity (kW) Capacity
53.0
19.66
56.0
18.60
58.6
17.53
61.0
16.47
63.1
15.41
64.9
14.88
90%
Capacity
17.34
16.37
15.43
14.49
13.57
13.31
80%
Capacity
15.40
14.55
13.70
12.89
12.14
12.02
70%
Capacity
13.79
13.02
12.27
11.46
11.05
10.95
60%
Capacity
12.41
11.72
11.06
10.25
10.06
10.01
50%
Capacity
11.20
10.48
9.74
9.30
9.26
9.21
40%
Capacity
10.19
9.29
8.61
8.42
8.36
8.32
30%
Capacity
9.13
8.20
7.63
7.56
7.51
7.47
* Indoor air temperature condition: 27°CDB/19°CWB
PFD unit +PQHY-P250YHM-A
10HP System
Indoor Unit
: PFD-P250VM-E
Heat source Unit : PQHY-P250YHM-A
System Power input (kW)
Outdoor unit inlet
temp. (°CDB)
40 °C
35 °C
30 °C
25 °C
20 °C
15 °C
Cooling
100%
Capacity (kW) Capacity
25.4
26.7
28.0
28.0
28.0
28.0
9.00
8.50
7.95
7.37
6.95
6.69
90%
Capacity
80%
Capacity
70%
Capacity
60%
Capacity
50%
Capacity
8.02
7.59
7.13
6.64
6.28
6.06
7.24
6.87
6.47
6.05
5.75
5.55
6.59
6.28
5.93
5.57
5.31
5.14
6.08
5.80
5.50
5.19
4.95
4.81
5.71
5.46
5.20
4.91
4.70
4.57
* Indoor air temperature condition: 27°CDB/19°CWB
20HP System
Indoor Unit
: PFD-P500VM-E
Heat source Unit : PQHY-P250YHM-A × 2
System Power input (kW)
Outdoor unit inlet
temp. (°CDB)
40
35
30
25
20
15
°C
°C
°C
°C
°C
°C
Cooling
100%
Capacity (kW) Capacity
50.8
53.4
56.0
56.0
56.0
56.0
17.99
16.99
15.90
14.74
13.91
13.37
90%
Capacity
80%
Capacity
70%
Capacity
60%
Capacity
50%
Capacity
40%
Capacity
30%
Capacity
16.04
15.19
14.26
13.28
12.57
12.11
14.47
13.74
12.95
12.10
11.49
11.10
13.19
12.55
11.87
11.14
10.61
10.27
12.16
11.61
11.01
10.37
9.91
9.61
11.43
10.93
10.39
9.82
9.40
9.14
9.74
9.37
8.97
8.55
8.25
8.35
8.58
8.30
8.00
7.69
7.45
7.31
* Indoor air temperature condition: 27°CDB/19°CWB
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(3) Correction by refrigerant piping length
To obtain a decrease in cooling/heating capacity due to refrigerant piping extension, multiply by the capacity
correction factor based on the refrigerant piping equivalent length in the table below.
PUHY-P250YJM-A, PUHY-P500YSJM-A, PQHY-P250YHM-A
Capacity correction coefficient
1
0.9
0.8
0.7
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
180
Piping equivalent length (m)
• How to obtain piping equivalent length
1. PUHY-P250YJM-A, PQHY-P250YHM-A
Equivalent length = (Actual piping length to the farthest indoor unit) + (0.42 × number of bent on the piping) m
2. PUHY-P500YSJM-A
Equivalent length = (Actual piping length to the farthest indoor unit) + (0.50 × number of bent on the piping) m
(4) Correction by indoor unit airflow rate
PFD-P250VM-E
: 50/60Hz Standard
Capacity correction factor
1.05
1
0.95
0.9
130
136
140
150
160
170
Airflow rate (m3/min)
180
184
190
PFD-P500VM-E
: 50/60Hz Standard
Capacity correction factor
1.05
1
0.95
0.9
255
250
270
290
310
Airflow rate (m3/min)
330
- 20 -
345
350
(5) SHF Curves
Standard Capacity Ratio
1
130% 120%110% 100% 90%
80%
Standard Capacity Ratio
70%
1
130% 120%110% 100% 90%
80%
70%
Indoor Temperature 27°CDB
Indoor Temperature 24°CDB
0.8
0.8
SHF
0.9
SHF
0.93
0.9
0.7
0.7
0.6
0.6
0.5
0.5
0.4
30
0.4
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
70
75
30
80
35
40
45
50
Standard Capacity Ratio
120% 110% 100% 90%
1
80%
55
1
120% 110% 100% 90%
80%
0.8
SHF
SHF
0.8
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.5
50
80
0.7
0.6
45
75
Indoor Temperature 20°CDB
0.9
40
70
70%
Indoor Temperature 22°CDB
35
65
Standard Capacity Ratio
70%
0.9
0.4
30
60
RH (%)
RH (%)
55
60
65
70
75
80
0.4
30
RH (%)
35
40
45
50
55
RH (%)
Operation Temparature Range : Indoor : 12°CWB~24°CWB
Outdoor : -15°CDB~43°CDB
(RH : 30~80%)
Standard Point " " : Indoor : 27°CDB / 19°CWB
Outdoor : 35°CDB / -
- 21 -
60
65
70
75
80
2. Sound Levels
(1) Measurement condition
Indoor unit
1m
Series
1m
Measurement
location
Sound pressure level
(dB [Type A])
PFD-P250VM-E
59
PFD-P500VM-E
63
Sound insulating floor
▪ Measured in anechoic room.
▪ Measured without effect of discharge air.
▪ External pressure is 120Pa.
Outdoor unit
1m
Measurement
location
1m
Series
PUHY-P250YJM-A
Sound pressure level
(dB [Type A])
58
1m
Measurement
location
1m
Series
PUHY-P500YSJM-A
Sound pressure level
(dB [Type A])
61
Heat source unit
Measurement
location
1m
1m
Series
PQHY-P250YHM-A
- 22 -
Sound pressure level
(dB [Type A])
49
(2) NC Curves
(External static pressure 120Pa)
PFD-P250VM-E
63
70.6
125
62.7
250
60.5
500
56.1
1k
54.8
2k
45.7
4k
39.7
8k
32.9
63
82.8
90
125
70.5
250
65.6
500
57,0
1k
55.1
2k
51.1
4k
44.7
8k dB(A)
37.9 63.0
90
Octave band pressure level (dB) 0dB = 20μPa
Octave band pressure level (dB) 0dB = 20μPa
(External static pressure 120Pa)
PFD-P500VM-E
dB(A)
59.0
80
70
NC-70
60
NC-60
50
NC-50
40
NC-40
30
NC-30
20
Approximate minimum
audible limit on
continuous noise
10
63
125
250
80
70
NC-70
60
NC-60
50
NC-50
40
NC-40
30
NC-30
20
Approximate minimum
audible limit on
continuous noise
NC-20
10
500
1k
2k
4k
8k
63
125
Octave band central frequency (Hz)
PUHY-P250YJM-A
250
NC-20
500
1k
2k
4k
8k
Octave band central frequency (Hz)
PUHY-P500YSJM-A
(External static pressure 0Pa)
(External static pressure 0Pa)
63 125 250 500
1k
2k
4k
8k dB(A)
50/60Hz 60.0 63.0 61.0 55.0 52.0 47.5 42.5 36.5 58.0
Standard
Low Noise Mode 50/60Hz 58.0 54.0 44.0 39.5 37.0 33.0 31.5 25.0 44.0
63 125 250 500
1k
2k
4k
8k dB(A)
50/60Hz 63.0 66.0 64.0 58.0 55.0 50.5 45.5 39.5 61.0
Standard
Low Noise Mode 50/60Hz 61.0 57.0 47.0 42.5 40.0 36.0 34.5 28.0 47.0
When Low Noise Mode is set,the A/C system's capacity is limited. The system could return to normal operation
from Low Noise Mode automatically in the case that the operation condition is severe.
When Low Noise Mode is set,the A/C system's capacity is limited. The system could return to normal operation
from Low Noise Mode automatically in the case that the operation condition is severe.
90
90
Standard 50/60Hz
Standard 50/60Hz
Low noise 50/60Hz
70
NC-70
60
NC-60
50
Low noise 50/60Hz
80
Octave band sound level (dB)
Octave band sound level (dB)
80
NC-50
40
NC-40
30
70
NC-70
60
NC-60
50
NC-50
40
NC-40
30
NC-30
NC-30
20
20
Approximate minimum
audible limit on
continuous noise
10
63
125
250
NC-20
10
500
1k
2k
4k
63
8k
PQHY-P250YHM-A
Standard
50/60Hz
Low noise mode 50/60Hz
(External static pressure 0Pa)
125 250 500
1k
54.0 48.0 43.5 42.0
53.0 47.5 43.0 38.0
2k
39.0
37.0
4k
43.0
40.5
8k
32.5
28.5
dB(A)
49.0
47.0
When Low noise mode is set,the A/C system's capacity is limited. The system could return to normal operation
from Low noise mode automatically in the case that the operation condition is severe.
90
Standard 50/60Hz
Low noise 50/60Hz
Octave band sound level (dB)
80
70
NC-70
60
NC-60
50
NC-50
40
NC-40
30
NC-30
Approximate minimum
audible limit on
continuous noise
20
10
63
125
250
NC-20
500
1k
2k
125
250
NC-20
500
1k
2k
Octave band central frequency (Hz)
Octave band central frequency (Hz)
63
61.0
60.5
Approximate minimum
audible limit on
continuous noise
4k
8k
Octave band central frequency (Hz)
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4k
8k
3. Fan Characteristics Curves
PFD-P250VM-E
: 50/60Hz, Standard
1000
900
Output 3.7kW
800
Fan rotation speed
1200rpm
1
Total static pressure (Pa)
2
700
3
4
600
1100rpm
5
500
1000rpm
6
400
7
900rpm
8
9
300
800rpm
Internal
resistance
200
100
0
136
130
140
150
160
170
180
184
190
Airflow rate (m3/min)
50Hz
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Rotational
speed(rpm)
1170
1140
1080
1040
973
930
845
797
748
60Hz
Motor pulley
Fan pulley
V-belt
Motor pulley
Fan pulley
V-belt
Ø160-B-2-28
Ø165-B-2-28
Ø165-B-2-28
Ø165-B-2-28
Ø165-B-2-28
Ø170-B-2-28
Ø160-B-2-28
Ø170-B-2-28
Ø160-B-2-28
Ø200-B-2-42
Ø212-B-2-42
Ø224-B-2-42
Ø236-B-2-42
Ø250-B-2-42
Ø280-B-2-42
Ø280-B-2-42
Ø315-B-2-42
Ø315-B-2-42
B48
B49
B50
B51
B52
B54
B54
B57
B56
Ø165-B-2-28
Ø180-B-2-28
Ø170-B-2-28
Ø165-B-2-28
Ø165-B-2-28
Ø160-B-2-28
Ø170-B-2-28
Ø160-B-2-28
-
Ø250-B-2-42
Ø280-B-2-42
Ø280-B-2-42
Ø280-B-2-42
Ø300-B-2-42
Ø315-B-2-42
Ø355-B-2-42
Ø355-B-2-42
-
B52
B55
B54
B54
B55
B56
B60
B59
-
Note1 Pulley and V-belt is procured on site.
Note2 Mitsubishi Electric shall not be held responsible for the pulley modified on site.
PFD-P500VM-E
: 50/60Hz, Standard
800
1200rpm
Output 5.5kW
700
Total static pressure (Pa)
1
600
500
1100rpm
2
3
4
400
300
Fan rotation speed
1000rpm
5
6
7
200
900rpm
8
800rpm
Internal
resistance
100
0
255
250
270
290
310
330
345
350
Airflow rate (m3/min)
50Hz
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Rotational
speed(rpm)
1135
1070
1015
978
905
850
803
780
60Hz
Motor pulley
Fan pulley
V-belt
Motor pulley
Fan pulley
V-belt
Ø180-B-2-38
Ø180-B-2-38
Ø170-B-2-38
Ø160-B-2-38
Ø170-B-2-38
Ø180-B-2-38
Ø170-B-2-38
Ø165-B-2-38
Ø236-B-2-42
Ø250-B-2-42
Ø250-B-2-42
Ø250-B-2-42
Ø280-B-2-42
Ø315-B-2-42
Ø315-B-2-42
Ø315-B-2-42
B51
B51
B51
B50
B53
B56
B55
B55
Ø160-B-2-38
Ø180-B-2-38
Ø160-B-2-38
Ø160-B-2-38
Ø160-B-2-38
Ø170-B-2-38
Ø160-B-2-38
-
Ø250-B-2-42
Ø300-B-2-42
Ø280-B-2-42
Ø300-B-2-42
Ø315-B-2-42
Ø355-B-2-42
Ø355-B-2-42
-
B50
B55
B52
B54
B55
B58
B58
-
Note1 Pulley and V-belt is procured on site.
Note2 Mitsubishi Electric shall not be held responsible for the pulley modified on site.
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Shape of the pulley (unit : mm)
(keyway)
Rz 6.3
F
Rz 3.2
.2
Rz 3
Rz 3
.2
12.5
12.5
5.5
Rz 6.3
19
Rz 3.2
Rz 6.3
Rz 6.3
Rz 3.2
D
E
Rz 6.3
C (d:Pulley outside diameter)
A (dm:Pulley nominal diameter)
M8
10
B
Belt
dm: Pulley nominal diameter
dm 160
161 < dm 200
201 < dm
34°
36°
38°
44
59
Nominal
Diameter (A)
<Ø>
160
165
170
180
160
165
170
180
Motor pulley
Outside
Bore (B)
Diameter (C)
<Ø>
<Ø>
171
176
28
181
191
171
176
38
181
191
(D)
<Ø>
(E)
<mm>
(F)
<mm>
71
71
71
71
71
71
71
71
31.3
31.3
31.3
31.3
41.3
41.3
41.3
41.3
9
9
9
9
10
10
10
10
Nominal
Diameter (A)
<Ø>
200
212
224
236
250
280
300
315
355
Fan pulley
Outside
Bore (B)
(D)
Diameter (C)
<Ø>
<Ø>
<Ø>
211
80
223
80
235
80
247
80
261
80
42
291
80
311
80
326
90
366
90
* Use long dog-point set screws.
Shape of the V belt (unit : mm)
11.0
16.5
40°
H (outer center)
* Use a red V-belt.
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(E)
<mm>
(F)
<mm>
45.3
45.3
45.3
45.3
45.3
45.3
45.3
45.3
45.3
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
ŒHorizontal pulley alignment and proper belt tension
1) The fan pulley and the motor pulley must be aligned to meet the criteria shown in Fig. 3-1 and Table 1.
2) Set the tension for the V-belt so that the deflection force falls within the range as shown in Table 2.
3) After the belt has been broken in on the pulley (after 24 to 28 hours of operation), check the belt for looseness and adjust
the belt tension as specified in step 2) above as necessary. When setting the tension for a new belt, set it to a value 1.15
times the deflection force W.
4) After the initial adjustment of the belt as described in step 3) above, readjust the belt tension every 2000 hours of operation.
[The belt is due for replacement when the belt has been stretched by 2% of its original length, including the initial stretch
of 1%. (Approx. 5000 hours of operation)]
Apply Screwlock (not supplied) to the retention screw on the pulley to prevent the screw from loosening.
Tighten the screw to the torque of 13.5 N·m. (Screwlock: Equivalent to ThreeBond 1322N)
(Table 1) Horizontal alignment of the pulley
K (arc-minute)
Note
10 or smaller
Equivalent to 3 mm of
displacement per 1 m.
Power souce frequency
[Hz]
Deflection force
[W(N)]
50
15.0 to 16.5
60
14.5 to 15.5
50
20.0 to 22.5
5.0
60
19.5 to 21.0
4.5 to 5.0
Cast iron pulley
(Table 2) Belt tension
Model
Amount of deflection
[mm]
PFD-P250VM-E
5.0 to 5.5
PFD-P500VM-E
K
K
Belt deflection force
W(N)
K
C
L
K
K
C:Center distance (mm)
Fig. 3-1 Pulley's degree of parallelism
Fig. 3-2 Belt tension
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IV Piping Design (PEFY-AF1200CFMR)
IV
System Design
1. Piping Design
(1) PFD-P250VM-E
OU
IU
A
L
Fig.IV-1-(1)A: PUHY Piping Design
H' (HU under IU)
H (HU above IU)
H' (OU under IU)
H (OU above IU)
HU
IU
A
L
Fig.IV-1-(1)B: PQHY Piping Design
IU: Indoor unit, OU: Outdoor unit, HU: Heat source unit
Table: I V-1-(1 ) - 1 . Piping length
(m)
Item
Piping in the figure Max. length Max. equivalent length
A
Farthest IU from OU/HU (L)
165
190
H
50
Height between OU/HU and IU (OU/HU above IU)
40
Height between OU/HU and IU (OU/HU under IU)
H'
OU: Outdoor Unit, IU: Indoor Unit, HU: Heat source Unit
Table: I V-1-(1 ) - 2 . Bent equivalent length "M"
Outdoor Model
M (m/bent)
PUHY-P250
0.42
PQHY-P250
0.42
Table: I V-1-(1 ) - 3 . Piping "A" size selection rule
Outdoor
Pipe(Liquid)
PUHY-P250
ø9.52 *1
PQHY-P250
ø9.52 *1
(mm)
Pipe(Gas)
ø22.20
ø22.20
*1. A>=90m, ø12.70mm
Table: I V-1-(1 ) - 4 . Indoor unit piping size selection rule
(mm)
Indoor Unit size
Pipe(Liquid)
Pipe(Gas)
P250
ø9.52
ø22.20
Note1. If the PUHY system is designed to use cooling mode under outdoor temperature 10°C, H’<=15m.
Note2. As bents cause pressure loss on transportation of refrigerant, fewer bents design is better;
Piping length needs to consider the actual length and equivalent length which bents are counted.
Equivalent piping length (m)=Actual piping length+"M" x Quantity of bent.
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(2) PFD-P500VM-E (two refrigerant circuit system)
OU
OU
A
H (HU above IU)
H (OU above IU)
HU
L
Fig.IV-1-(2)A: PUHY Piping Design
L
L
H' (HU under IU)
H' (OU under IU)
L
A
HU
IU
Fig.IV-1-(2)B: PQHY Piping Design
IU
IU: Indoor unit, OU: Outdoor unit, HU: Heat source unit
Table: I V-1 -(2)-1 . Piping length
(m)
Item
Piping in the figure Max. length Max. equivalent length
Farthest IU from OU/HU (L)
A
165
190
H
50
Height between OU/HU and IU (OU/HU above IU)
H'
40
Height between OU/HU and IU (OU/HU under IU)
OU: Outdoor Unit, IU: Indoor Unit, HU: Heat source Unit
Table: I V-1-(2 )- 2 . Bent equivalent length "M"
Outdoor Model
M (m/bent)
PUHY-P250
0.42
PQHY-P250
0.42
Table: I V-1-(2 )- 3 . Piping "A" size selection rule
Outdoor
Pipe(Liquid)
PUHY-P250
ø9.52 *1
PQHY-P250
ø9.52 *1
(mm)
Pipe(Gas)
ø22.20
ø22.20
*1. A>=90m, ø12.70mm
Table: IV-1-(2)-4. Indoor unit piping size selection rule
(mm)
Indoor Unit size
Pipe(Liquid)
Pipe(Gas)
P500
ø9.52
ø22.20
Note1. If the PUHY system is designed to use cooling mode under outdoor temperature 10°C, H’<=15m.
Note2. As bents cause pressure loss on transportation of refrigerant, fewer bents design is better;
Piping length needs to consider the actual length and equivalent length which bents are counted.
Equivalent piping length (m)=Actual piping length+"M" x Quantity of bent.
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(3) PFD-P500VM-E (single refrigerant circuit system)
OU
Note1. If the A/C system is designed to use cooling mode under outdoor temperature 10°C, H’<=15m.
Note2. As bents cause pressure loss on transportation of refrigerant, fewer bents design is better;
Piping length needs to consider the actual length and equivalent length which bents are counted.
Equivalent piping length (m)=Actual piping length+"M" x Quantity of bent.
OU
OK
Trap (gas
pipe only)
NG
h
Downward To indoor unit
incline
T
2m
Upward To indoor unit
incline
To indoor unit
2m max To indoor unit
H' (OU under IU)
H (OU above IU)
S
Install the pipes from the outdoor unit to the branch
joint with a downward incline.
IU
If the length of pipe between the branch joint and outdoor
unit exceeds 2 m, provide at rap at a distance 2 m or less
from the branch joint.
Outdoor Twinning Kit
CMY-Y100VBK2
L
A
IU: Indoor unit, OU: Outdoor unit
Fig.IV-1-(3)A: Piping scheme
Table: I V- 1- ( 3 ) - 1 . Piping length
(m)
Item
Piping in the figure Max. length Max. equivalent length
Distance between OU and OU
S+T
10
Height between OU and OU
h
0.1
Farthest IU from OU (L)
A
190
165
H
Height between OU and IU (OU above IU)
50
H'
Height between OU and IU (OU above IU)
40
OU: Outdoor Unit, IU: Indoor Unit
Table: I V- 1- ( 3 ) - 2 . Bent equivalent length "M"
Outdoor Model
M (m/bent)
PUHY-P500
0.50
Table: I V- 1- ( 3 ) - 3 . Piping "A" size selection rule
Outdoor
Pipe(Liquid)
CMY-Y100VBK2
ø15.88
(mm)
Pipe(Gas)
ø28.58
CMY-Y100VBK2; PUHY-P500
Table: I V- 1- ( 3 ) - 4 . Indoor unit piping size selection rule
(mm)
Indoor Unit size
Pipe(Liquid)
Pipe(Gas)
P500
ø15.88
ø28.58
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(4) Refrigerant charging calculation
Sample connection: with PFD-P500VM-E (single refrigerant circuit)
OU
OU
A
B
IU
C
Outdoor Twinning Kit
CMY-Y100VBK2
P500
Amount of refrigerant to be charged
Refrigerant for extended pipes (field piping) is not factory-charged to the outdoor unit. Add an appropriate amount of
refrigerant for each pipe on site.
Record the size of each liquid pipe and the amount of refrigerant that was charged on the outdoor unit for future reference.
Calculating the amount of refrigerant to be charged
The amount of refrigerant to be charged is calculated with the size of the on-site-installed liquid pipes and their length.
Calculate the amount of refrigerant to be charged according to the formula below.
Round up the calculation result to the nearest 0.1kg. (i.e., 16.08 kg = 16.1 kg)
<Amount of refrigerant to be charged>
Calculating the amount of refrigerant to be charged
Total length of ø12.7
liquid pipe x 0.12
Total length of ø15.88
liquid pipe x 0.2
+
(m)x0.2(kg/m)
+
(m)x0.12(kg/m)
Amount of factorycharged refrigerant
Model
Charged amount
PUHY-P250YJM-A
PQHY-P250YHM-A
8.0kg
5.0kg
Model connected
indoorunit
Total length of ø9.52
liquid pipe x 0.06
+
(m)x0.06(kg/m)
Amount for the indoor unit
P250 model
2.0kg
P500 model
4.0kg
2 kg x 2 when connected to a
system with two outdoor units
Sample calculation
A : ø9.52
B : ø9.52
C : ø15.88
3m
2m
2m
Total length for ø15.88
C=2m
each pipe size : ø9.52
A+B=5m
This yields the following result: =2x0.2+5x0.06+4.0
=4.7kg
CAUTION
Charge Liquid Refrigerant
Filling the equipment with gas refrigerant will result in a power loss due to transformation of refrigerant in the tank.
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2. Designing of water circuit system
(1) Example of basic water circuit
The water circuit of the water heat source CITY MULTI connects the heat source unit with the cooling tower/auxiliary heat
source/heat storage tank/circulation pump with a single system water piping as shown in the figure below. The selector valve
automatically controls to circulate water toward the cooling tower in the cooling season, while toward the heat storage tank in
the heating season. If the circulation water temperature is kept in a range of 10~45°C[50~113°F]* regardless of the building
load, the water heat source CITY MULTI can be operated for either cooling or heating. Therefore in the summer when only
cooling load exists, the temperature rise of circulation water will be suppressed by operating the cooling tower. While in the
winter when heating load increases, the temperature of circulation water may be dropped below 10°C[50°F].
Under such situation, the circulation water will be heated with the auxiliary heat source if it drops below a certain temperature.
When the thermal balance between cooling and heating operation is in a correct proportion, the operation of the auxiliary heat
source and cooling tower is not required.
In order to control the above thermal balance properly and use thermal energy effectively, utilizing of heat storage tanks, and
night-time discounted electric power as a auxiliary heat source will be economical.
Meantime as this system uses plural sets of heat source unit equipped with water heat exchangers, water quality control is
important. Therefore it is recommended to use closed type cooling towers as much as possible to prevent the circulation water
from being contaminated.
When open type cooling towers are used, it is essential to provide proper maintenance control such as that to install water
treatment system to prevent troubles caused by contaminated circulation water.
Example of basic water circuit for water heat source CITY MULTI
C.T
E.H
C.T.P
S.T
P T
T
3-way valve
S.T
C.T
C.T.P
P
T
E.H
: Heating tank
(Heat storage tank)
: Cooling tower
: Cooling water pump
: Circulation water pump
: Thermostat for water
: Electric heater
: Heat source unit for cooling
operation
: Heat source unit for heating
operation
The indoor unit and refrigerant piping system are excluded in this figure.
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(2) Cooling tower
a) Types of cooling tower
The cooling towers presently used include the open type cooling
tower, open type cooling tower + heat exchanger, closed type
cooling tower, and air-cooled type cooling tower.
However, as the quality control of circulation water is essential
when units are installed in decentralized state inside a building, the
closed type cooling tower is generally employed in such case.
Although the circulation water will not be contaminated by
atmospheric air, it is recommended to periodically blow water
inside the system and replenish fresh water instead.
In a district where the coil may be frozen in the winter, it is
necessary to apply antifreeze solution to the circulation water, or
take freeze protection measures such as to automatically
discharge water inside the cooling coil at the stopping of the pump.
When the open type cooling tower is used, be sure to install a water
quality control device in addition to the freeze protection measures,
as the water may be deteriorated by atmospheric contaminants
entered into the cooling tower and dissolved into the circulation
water.
Types of cooling towers
Closed type
Air-cooled type
b) Calculation method of cooling tower capacity
All units of the water heat source CITY MULTI may possibly be in cooling operation temporarily (at pulling down) in the
summer, however, it is not necessary to determine the capacity according to the total cooling capacity of all CITY MULTI
units as this system has a wide operating water temperature range (10~45°C) [50~113°F].
It is determined in accordance with the value obtained by adding the maximum cooling load of an actual building, the input
heat equivalent value of all CITY MULTI units, and the cooling load of the circulating pumps. Please check for the values of
the cooling water volume and circulation water volume.
Qc + 860 x (ΣQw + Pw)
Cooling tower capacity =
3,900
(Refrigeration ton)
Qc : Maximum cooling load under actual state
(kcal/h)
Qw : Total input of water heat source CITY MULTI at simultaneous operation under
(kW)
maximum state
Pw : Shaft power of circulation pumps
(kW)
Cooling tower capacity =
Qc + 3,412 x (ΣQw + Pw)
(Refrigeration ton)
15,500
(BTU/h)
Qc : Maximum cooling load under actual state
Qw : Total input of water heat source CITY MULTI at simultaneous operation under
(kW)
maximum state
(kW)
Pw : Shaft power of circulation pumps
* 1 Refrigerant ton of cooling tower capacity ≈ US refrigerant ton x (1+0.3)
= 3,900 kcal/h = 15,500 BTU/h
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(3) Auxiliary heat source and heat storage tank
When the heating load is larger than the cooling load, the circulation water temperature lowers in accordance with the heat
balance of the system. It should be heated by the auxiliary heat source in order to keep the inlet water temperature within the
operating range (10°C[50°F] or more) of the water heat source CITY MULTI.
Further in order to operate the water heat source CITY MULTI effectively, it is recommended to utilize the heat storage tank
to cover the warming up load in the morning and the insufficient heat amount.
Effective heat utilization can be expected to cover insufficient heat at the warming up in the next morning or peak load time
by storing heat by installing a heat storage tank or operating a low load auxiliary heat source at the stopping of the water
heat source CITY MULTI. As it can also be possible to reduce the running cost through the heat storage by using the
discounted night-time electric power, using both auxiliary heat source and heat storage tank together is recommended.
The effective temperature difference of an ordinary heat storage tank shows about 5deg. even with the storing temperature
at 45°C[113°F].
However with the water heat source CITY MULTI, it can be utilized as heating heat source up to 15°C[59°F] with an effective
temperature of a high 30°C[54°F]. approximately, thus the capacity of the heat storage tank can be minimized.
a) Auxiliary heat source
The following can be used as the auxiliary heat source.
ŒBoiler (Heavy oil, kerosine, gas, electricity)
ŒElectric heat (Insertion of electric heater into heat storage tank)
ŒOutdoor air (Air-heat source heat pump chiller)
ŒWarm discharge water (Exhaust water heat from machines inside building and hot water supply)
ŒUtilization of night-time lighting
ŒSolar heat
Please note that the auxiliary heat source should be selected after studying your operating environment and economical feasibility.
Determining the auxiliary heat source capacity
For the CITY MULTI water heat source system, a heat storage tank is recommended to use. When employment of the heat
storage tank is difficult, the warming up operation should be arranged to cover the starting up heating load. Since the holding
water inside the piping circuit owns heat capacity and the warming up operation can be assumed for about one hour except
that in a cold region, the heat storage tank capacity is required to be that at the maximum daily heating load including the
warming up load at the next morning of the holiday. However the auxiliary heat source capacity should be determined by the
daily heating load including warming up load on the week day.
For the load at the next morning of the holiday, heat storage is required by operating the auxiliary heat source even outside
of the ordinary working hour.
When heat storage tank is not used
1
QH = HCT
QH
HCT
COPH
VW
ΔT
TWH
TWL
PW
COPh
)
- 1000 x Vw x ΔT - 860 x Pw
: Auxiliary heat source capacity
: Total heating capacity of each water heat source CITY MULTI
: COP of water heat source CITY MULTI at heating
: Holding water volume inside piping
: Allowable water temperature drop = TWH - TWL
: Heat source water temperature at high temperature side
: Heat source water temperature at low temperature side
: Heat source water pump shaft power
QH = HCT
QH
HCT
COPH
VW
ΔT
TWH
TWL
PW
(1-
(1-
1
COPh
)
(kcal/h)
(kcal/h)
(m3)
(°C)
(°C)
(°C)
(kW)
- 8.343 x Vw x ΔT - 3412 x Pw
: Auxiliary heat source capacity
: Total heating capacity of each water heat source CITY MULTI
: COP of water heat source CITY MULTI at heating
: Holding water volume inside piping
: Allowable water temperature drop = TWH - TWL
: Heat source water temperature at high temperature side
: Heat source water temperature at low temperature side
: Heat source water pump shaft power
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(BTU/h)
(BTU/h)
(G)
(°F)
(°F)
(°F)
(kW)
When heat storage tank is not used
HQ1T • ( 1 -
1
COPh
)
- 860 x Pw x T2
QH =
xK
(kcal)
T1
QH1T
T1
T2
K
: Total of heating load on weekday including warming up
: Operating hour of auxiliary heat source
: Operating hour of heat source water pump
: Allowance factor (Heat storage tank, piping loss, etc.)
(kcal/day)
(h)
(h)
1.05~1.10
HQ1T is calculated from the result of steady state load calculation similarly by using the equation below.
HQ1T = 1.15 x (ΣQ'a + ΣQ'b + ΣQ'c + ΣQ'd + ΣQ'f) T2 - ψ (ΣQe1 + ΣQe2 + ΣQe3) (T2 - 1)
Q'a
Q'b
Q'c
Q'd
Q'f
Q'e1
Q'e2
Q'e3
ψ
T2
: Thermal load from external wall/roof in each zone
: Thermal load from glass window in each zone
: Thermal load from partition/ceiling/floor in each zone
: Thermal load by infiltration in each zone
: Fresh outdoor air load in each zone
: Thermal load from human body in each zone
: Thermal load from lighting fixture in each zone
: Thermal load from equipment in each zone
: Radiation load rate
: Air conditioning hour
HQ1T • ( 1 -
1
COPh
)
(kcal/h)
(kcal/h)
(kcal/h)
(kcal/h)
(kcal/h)
(kcal/h)
(kcal/h)
(kcal/h)
0.6~0.8
- 3,412 x Pw x T2
QH =
xK
(BTU)
T1
QH1T
T1
T2
K
: Total of heating load on weekday including warming up
: Operating hour of auxiliary heat source
: Operating hour of heat source water pump
: Allowance factor (Heat storage tank, piping loss, etc.)
(BTU/day)
(h)
(h)
1.05~1.10
HQ1T is calculated from the result of steady state load calculation similarly by using the equation below.
HQ1T = 1.15 x (ΣQ'a + ΣQ'b + ΣQ'c + ΣQ'd + ΣQ'f) T2 - ψ (ΣQe1 + ΣQe2 + ΣQe3) (T2 - 1)
Q'a
Q'b
Q'c
Q'd
Q'f
Q'e1
Q'e2
Q'e3
ψ
T2
: Thermal load from external wall/roof in each zone
: Thermal load from glass window in each zone
: Thermal load from partition/ceiling/floor in each zone
: Thermal load by infiltration in each zone
: Fresh outdoor air load in each zone
: Thermal load from human body in each zone
: Thermal load from lighting fixture in each zone
: Thermal load from equipment in each zone
: Radiation load rate
: Air conditioning hour
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(BTU/h)
(BTU/h)
(BTU/h)
(BTU/h)
(BTU/h)
(BTU/h)
(BTU/h)
(BTU/h)
0.6~0.8
b) Heat storage tank
Heat storage tank can be classified by types into the open type heat storage tank exposed to atmosphere, and the closed type
heat storage tank with structure separated from atmosphere. Although the size of the tank and its installation place should be
taken into account, the closed type tank is being usually employed by considering corrosion problems.
The capacity of heat storage tanks is determined in accordance with the daily maximum heating load that includes warming
up load to be applied for the day after the holiday.
When auxiliary heat source is operated during operation and even after stopping of water heat source CITY MULTI unit
HQ2T ( 1 -
1
COPh
)
- 860 x Pw x T2 - QH x T2
V=
(ton)
ΔT x 1,000 x ηV
HQ2T
ΔT
ηV
: Maximum heating load including load required for the day after the holiday (kcal/day)
(°C)
: Temperature difference utilized by heat storage tank
: Heat storage tank efficiency
HQ2T
: 1.3 x (ΣQ'a + ΣQ'c + ΣQ'd + ΣQ'f) T2 - ψ (ΣQe2 + ΣQe3) (T2 - 1)
HQ2T ( 1 -
1
COPh
)
- 3,412 x Pw x T2 - QH x T2
V=
(Ibs)
ΔT x ηV
HQ2T
ΔT
ηV
: Maximum heating load including load required for the day after the holiday (BTU/day)
(°F)
: Temperature difference utilized by heat storage tank
: Heat storage tank efficiency
HQ2T
: 1.3 x (ΣQ'a + ΣQ'c + ΣQ'd + ΣQ'f) T2 - ψ(ΣQe2 + ΣQe3) (T2 - 1)
When auxiliary heat source is operated after stopping of water heat source CITY MULTI unit
HQ2T
(1-
1
COPh
)
- 860 x Pw x T2
V=
(ton)
ΔT x 1,000 x ηV
HQ2T
ΔT
ηV
: Maximum heating load including load required for the day after the holiday (kcal/day)
(°C)
: Temperature difference utilized by heat storage tank
: Heat storage tank efficiency
HQ2T
: 1.3 x (ΣQ'a + ΣQ'c + ΣQ'd + ΣQ'f) T2 - ψ(ΣQe2 + ΣQe3) (T2 - 1)
HQ2T
(1-
1
COPh
)
- 3,412 x Pw x T2
V=
(Ibs)
ΔT x ηV
HQ2T
ΔT
ηV
: Maximum heating load including load required for the day after the holiday (BTU/day)
: Temperature difference utilized by heat storage tank
(°F)
: Heat storage tank efficiency
HQ2T
: 1.3 x (ΣQ'a + ΣQ'c + ΣQ'd + ΣQ'f) T2 - ψ(ΣQe2 + ΣQe3) (T2 - 1)
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(4) Piping system
The following items should be kept in your mind in planning / designing water circuits.
a) All units should be constituted in a single circuit in principle.
b) When plural numbers of the water heat source CITY MULTI unit are installed, the rated circulating water flow rate should be
kept by making the piping resistance to each unit almost same value. As an example, the reverse return system as shown
below may be employed.
c) Depending on the structure of a building, the water circuit may be prefabricated by making the layout uniform.
d) When a closed type piping circuit is constructed, install an expansion tank usable commonly for a make-up water tank to
absorb the expansion/contraction of water caused by temperature fluctuation.
e) If the operating temperature range of circulation water stays within the temperature near the normal temperature (summer:
29.4°C[85°F], winter: 21.1°C[70°F]), thermal insulation or anti-sweating work is not required for the piping inside buildings.
In case of the conditions below, however, thermal insulation is required.
ŒWhen well water is used for heat source water.
ŒWhen piped to outdoor or a place where freezing may be caused.
ŒWhen vapor condensation may be generated on piping due to an increase in dry bulb temperature caused by the entry of
fresh outdoor air.
System example of water circuit
Cooling tower
Backflow prevention valve
Pump
Strainer
Heating tank
3-way valve
Flexible joint
3-way valve
Indoor unit
Indoor unit
Indoor unit
Indoor unit
Heat
source
unit
Heat
source
unit
Refrigerant piping
Joint
Valve
Heat
source
unit
Heat
source
unit
Y-shape strainer
Drain
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(5) Practical System Examples and Circulation Water Control
Since the water heat source CITY MULTI is of water heat source system, versatile systems can be constituted by combining
it with various heat sources.
The practical system examples are given below.
Either cooling or heating operation can be performed if the circulation water temperature of the water heat source CITY
MULTI stays within a range of 10~45°C [50~113°F]. However, the circulation water temperature near 32°C[90°F] for cooling
and 20°C[68°F] for heating is recommended by taking the life, power consumption and capacity of the air conditioning
units into consideration. The detail of the control is also shown below.
Example-1 Combination of closed type cooling tower and hot water heat storage tank (using underground hollow slab)
Cooling water pump
Expansion tank
Closed type
cooling tower
Circulation
water pump
V1
XS
T1
Heat
source
unit
T2
V2
EH
MG
Heat exchanger
T1~T4 : Thermostat
V1~V2 : Proportional type
motor-driven 3-way valve
V3
: Motor-driven 3-way valve
XS
: Auxiliary switch
MG : Magnetic switch
EH
: Electric heater
Heat storage
tank pump
Heat storage tank
T4
V3 Auxiliary
heat source
T3
By detecting the circulation water temperature of the water heat source CITY MULTI system with T1 (around
32°C[90°F]) and T2 (around 20°C[68°F]), the temperature will be controlled by opening/closing V1 in the summer and
V2 in the winter.
In the summer, as the circulation water temperature rises exceeding the set temperature of T1, the bypass port of V1
will open to lower the circulation water temperature. While in the winter, as the circulation water temperature drops,
V2 will open following the command of T2 to rise the circulation water temperature.
The water inside the heat storage tank will be heated by the auxiliary heat source by V3 being opened with timer
operation in the night-time. The electric heater of the auxiliary heat source will be controlled by T3 and the timer. The
start/stop control of the fan and pump of the closed type cooling tower is applied with the step control of the fan and
pump following the command of the auxiliary switch XS of V1, that operates only the fan at the light load while the fan
and pump at the maximum load thus controlling water temperature and saving motor power.
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Example-2 Combination of closed type cooling tower and hot water heat storage tank
T1 : Proportional type, insertion system thermostat
T2 : Proportional type, insertion system thermostat
T3 : Proportional type, insertion system thermostat
V1 : Proportional type, motor-driven 3-way valve
V2 : Proportional type, motor-driven 3-way valve
XS : Auxiliary switch (Duplex switch type)
SC : Step controller
R : Relay
MG : Magnetic
SC
MG
Hot water heat
storage tank
Closed type
cooling tower
T3
CV
V1
XS
V2
R
Heat
source
unit
Pump interlock
T2
Heat source
water pump
In the summer, as the circulation water temperature rises exceeding the set temperature of T1, the bypass port of V1
will open to lower the circulation water temperature. In the winter, if the circulation water temperature stays below
25°C[77°F], V2 will open/close by the command of T2 to keep the circulation water temperature constant.
The temperature of the hot water inside the heat storage tank will be controlled through the step control of the electric
heater by step controller operation following the command of T3.
During the stopping of the heat source water pump, the bypass port of V2 will be closed fully by interlocking thus
preventing the high temperature water from entering into the system at the starting of the pump.
The start/stop control of the fan and pump of the closed type cooling tower is applied with the step control of the fan
and pump following the command of the auxiliary switch XS of V1, that operates only the fan at the light load while the
fan and pump at the maximum load thus controlling water temperature and saving motor power.
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Example-3 Combination of closed type cooling tower and boiler
T1
T2
T3
V1
S
R
XS
: Proportional type, insertion system thermostat
: Proportional type, insertion system thermostat
: Proportional type, insertion system thermostat
: Proportional type, motor-driven 3-way valve
: Selector switch
: Relay
: Auxiliary switch (Duplex switch type)
Closed type
cooling tower
XS
V1
Relay board
Heat
source
unit
T1
Pump interlock
Boiler
Heat source
water pump
V2
T2
R
In the summer, as the circulation water temperature rises exceeding the set temperature of T1, the bypass port of V1
will close to lower the circulation water temperature. In the winter, if the circulation water temperature drops below
25°C[77°F], V2 will conduct water temperature control to keep the circulation water temperature constant.
During the stopping of the heat source water pump, the bypass port of V2 will be closed fully by interlocking.
The start/stop control of the fan and pump of the closed type cooling tower is applied with the step control following
the command of the auxiliary switch XS of V1, thus controlling water temperature and saving motor power.
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Example-4 Combination of closed type cooling tower and heat exchanger (of other heat source)
T1
T2
V1
V2
S
R
XS
: Proportional type, insertion system thermostat
: Proportional type, insertion system thermostat
: Proportional type, motor-driven 3-way valve
: Proportional type, motor-driven 3-way valve
: Selector switch
: Relay
: Auxiliary switch (Duplex switch type)
Closed type
cooling tower
XS
V1
Relay board
Heat
source
unit
T1
Heat exchanger
Other heat source water
V2
Heat source
water pump
T2
In the summer, as the circulation water temperature rises exceeding the set temperature of T1, the bypass port of V1
will close to lower the circulation water temperature. In the winter, if the circulation water temperature drops below
26°C[79°F], V2 will conduct water temperature control to keep the circulation water temperature constant.
During the stopping of the heat source water pump, the bypass port of V2 will be closed fully by interlocking.
The start/stop control of the fan and pump of the closed type cooling tower is applied with the step control following
the command of the auxiliary switch XS of V1, thus controlling water temperature and saving motor power.
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(6) Pump interlock circuit
Operating the heat source unit without circulation water inside the water piping can cause a trouble.
Be sure to provide interlocking for the unit operation and water circuit.
Since the terminal block is being provided inside the unit, use it as required.
Wiring diagram
This circuit uses the “Terminal block for pump interlock (TB8)” inside the electrical parts box of the heat source equipment.
This circuit is for interlocking of the heat source equipment operation and the heat source water pump.
L
Site control panel
N
Heat source equipment
~ / N 240/230/220V
MCB
TB8
1
Operation
ON signal
2
3
Pump interlock
4
TM1
Heat source equipment
52P
TM1
TM2
TB8
52P
1
Operation
ON signal
2
3
Pump interlock
4
X
: Relay
Rated voltage : L - N
: 220 ~ 240V
Rated load : 1A
TM1, 2 : Timer relay
(closes after elapsing
the set time when it is
powered, while opens
promptly when it is not
powered)
52P : Magnetic contactor
for heat source
water pump
MP : Heat source
water pump
MCB : Circuit breaker
*Remove the short circuit
wire between 3 and 4
when wiring to TB8.
TM2
MP
To next equipment
Operation ON signal
Terminal No.
Output
Operation
TB8-1, 2
Relay contacts output
Rated voltage : L - N : 220 ~ 240V
Rated load : 1A
• When Dip switch 2-7 is OFF
The relay closes during compressor operation.
• When DIP switch 2-7 is ON.
The relay closes during reception of cooling or the heating operation signal from the controller.
(Note : It is output even if the thermostat is OFF (when the compressor is stopped).)
Pump Interlock
Terminal No.
Input
Operation
TB8-3, 4
Level signal
If the circuit between TB8-3 and TB8-4 is open, compressor operation is prohibited.
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3. Water piping work
Although the water piping for the CITY MULTI WY system does not differ from that for ordinary air conditioning systems, pay
special attention to the items below in conducting the piping work.
(1) Items to be observed on installation work
ŒIn order to equalize piping resistance for each unit, adapt the reverse return system.
ŒMount a joint and a valve onto the water outlet/inlet of the unit to allow for maintenance, inspection and replacement work.
Be sure to mount a strainer at the water inlet piping of the unit. (The strainer is required at the circulation water inlet to protect
the heat source unit.)
* The installation example of the heat source unit is shown below.
ŒBe sure to provide an air relief opening on the water piping properly, and purge air after feeding water to the piping system.
ŒCondensate will generate at the low temperature part inside the heat source equipment. Connect drain piping to the drain
piping connection located at the bottom of the heat source equipment to discharge it outside the equipment.
ŒAt the center of the header of the heat exchanger water inlet inside the unit, a plug for water discharge is being provided.
Use it for maintenance work or the like.
ŒMount a backflow prevention valve and a flexible joint for vibration control onto the pump.
ŒProvide a sleeve to the penetrating parts of the wall to prevent the piping.
ŒFasten the piping with metal fitting, arrange the piping not to expose to cutting or bending force, and pay sufficient care forpossible vibration.
ŒBe careful not to erroneously judge the position of the inlet and outlet of water.
(Lower position: Inlet, Upper position: Outlet)
(2) Thermal insulation work
Thermal insulation or anti sweating work is not required for the
piping inside buildings in the case of the CITY MULTI WY
system if the operating temperature range of circulation water
stays within the temperature near the normal
(summer: 29.4°C [85°F], winter: 21.1°C [70°F]).
In case of the conditions below, however, thermal insulation is
required.
Installation example of heat source unit
Y-type strainer
Shutoff valve
Main circulating
water pipe
Shutoff
valve
ŒUse of well water for heat source water
ŒOutdoor piping portions
ŒIndoor piping portions where freezing may be caused in winter
ŒA place where vapor condensation may be generated on
piping due to an increase in dry bulb temperature inside the
ceiling caused by the entry of fresh outdoor air
ŒDrain piping portions
(3) Water treatment and water quality control
For the circulation water cooling tower of the CITY MULTI WY
system, employment of the closed type is recommended to
keep water quality. However, in the case that an open type
cooling tower is employed or the circulating water quality is inferior, scale will adhere onto the water heat exchanger leading
to the decreased heat exchange capacity or the corrosion of
the heat exchanger. Be sufficiently careful for water quality
control and water treatment at the installation of the circulation
water system.
ŒRemoval of impurities inside piping
Be careful not to allow impurities such as welding fragment,
remaining sealing material and rust from mixing into the piping
during installation work.
ŒWater treatment
The water quality standards have been established by the industry (Japan Refrigeration, Air Conditioning Industry Association, in case of Japan) for water treatment to be applied.
In order to keep the water quality within such standards, you
are kindly requested to conduct bleeding-off by overflow and
periodical water quality tests, and use inhibitors to suppress
condensation or corrosion. Since piping may be corroded by
some kinds of inhibitor, consult an appropriate water treatment
expert for proper water treatment.
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Refrigerant pipes
Water inlet (upper)
Drain pipe
Water outlet (lower)
Items
pH (25°C[77°F])
Lower mid-range
Tendency
temperature water system
Recirculating
water
Make-up
ScaleCorrosive
[20<T<60°C]
water
forming
[68<T<140°F]
7.0 ~ 8.0
Electric conductivity (mS/m) (25°C[77°F]) 30 or less
(μS/cm) (25°C[77°F]) [300 or less]
Chloride ion
(mg Cl-/ ) 50 or less
(mg SO4 2-/ ) 50 or less
Standard Sulfate ion
items
Acid consumption (pH4.8)
50 or less
(mg CaCO3/ )
Total hardness
(mg CaCO3/ ) 70 or less
Calcium hardness (mg CaCO3/ ) 50 or less
Ionic silica
(mg SiO2/ ) 30 or less
Iron
(mg Fe/ ) 1.0 or less
Reference
Copper
(mg Cu/ ) 1.0 or less
items
not to be
Sulfide ion
(mg S2-/ )
detected
+
Ammonium ion
(mg NH4 / ) 0.3 or less
Residual chlorine
(mg Cl/ ) 0.25 or less
Free carbon dioxide (mg CO2/ ) 0.4 or less
Ryzner stability index
–
7.0 ~ 8.0
30 or less
[300 or less]
50 or less
50 or less
50 or less
70 or less
50 or less
30 or less
0.3 or less
0.1 or less
not to be
detected
0.1 or less
0.3 or less
4.0 or less
–
Reference: Guideline of Water Quality for Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
Equipment. (JRA GL02E-1994)
4. Control Wiring
Restrictions when the PFD-type indoor units are connected (related to the system)
ŒThe PFD-type indoor units cannot be connected to the ME remote controller.
ŒThe address settings must be made on this system.
ŒThe following functions cannot be selected on the PFD-type indoor units.
a) Switching between automatic power recovery Enabled/Disabled (Fixed to "Enabled" in the PFD-type indoor units)
b) Switching between power source start/stop (Fixed to "Disabled" in the PFD-type indoor units)
ŒThe PFD-type indoor units and other types of indoor units cannot be grouped.
ŒThe following functions are limited when the system controller (such as G-50A) is connected.
a) To perform group operation in the system with two refrigerant circuits (combination of two outdoor units and one indoor
unit: P500 model only), the addresses of the controller boards No.1 and No.2 on a indoor unit must be set within a group.
b) The local operation cannot be prohibited with the system controller.
c) When the switches of the PFD-type indoor units are set as follows, the unit ON/OFF operation cannot be made with the
system controller.
· When the SW9 (Normal/Local) is set to "Local"
· When the DipSW1-10 on the control circuit board is set to "ON"
d) The PFD type indoor units cannot be grouped with other types of indoor units.
(1) Specifications of control wiring and maximum length of wiring
Control cables are categorized into two types: transmission cable and remote controller cable. Use the appropriate type of
cables, and observe the maximum allowable length specified for a given system configuration.
When the source of noise is located adjacent to the unit, the use of shield cable as well as moving the unit as far away from
the noise source are recommended.
1) Transmission line (M-NET transmission line)
System component
Wiring specifications
For multiple-refrigerant system
Facility type
(noise level measurement)
All types of facilities
Cable type
Shield cable
CVVS · CPEVS · MVVS
No. of cable
2-core cable
Diameter
Over 1.25mm2
Maximum indoor-outdoor transmission cable length
Maximum length of transmission line for centralized
control and indoor-outdoor transmission cables
(Maximum cable distance via outdoor unit)
Maximum 200 m
Maximum 500 m
The maximum cable distance from the power supply unit on the
centralized controller transmission line to each outdoor unit or to
the system controller is 200 meters.
2) Remote control wiring
MA remote controller
Wiring specifications
Total length
Cable type
VCTF · VCTFK · CVV · CVS · VVR · VVF · VCT
No. of cable
2-core cable
Diameter
0.3~1.25mm2 *1
Maximum length: 200 m
*1: Cables with a diameter of 0.75mm2 or smaller recommended for easier handling.
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5. Types of switch settings and setting methods
Whether a particular system requires switch settings depends on its components. Refer to the section “6. Sample System
Connection” before conducting electrical work.
Keep the power turned off while setting the switches. If settings are changed while being powered, the changed settings will
not register, and the unit may malfunction.
Unit
Symbol
Outdoor unit
Indoor unit
Main/sub controllers *
OC
Turn off the power to outdoor unit
IC
Turn off the power to indoor and outdoor units
*10HP has only the main controller
(1) Address settings
The need for address settings and the range of address setting depend on the configuration of the system.
Refer to the section “6. Sample System Connection”.
Unit or controller
Indoor unit
Main · Sub
MA remote controller
Outdoor unit
Heat source unit
Symbol
IC
MA
OC
OS
Factory setting
Address
setting range
Address setting method
01~50
(Note 1)
In case of 10HP system or 20HP system with one
refrigerant circuit, assign an odd number starting with
"01".
In case of 20HP system with two refrigerant circuits,
assign a sequential odd number starting with "01" to
the upper indoor controller, and assign "the address
of the upper indoor controller + 1" to the lower indoor
controller.
(For the system with one refrigerant circuit, the lower
circuit board is not used.)
Model
No address setting required.
(The main/sub switch must be configured if two remote controllers
are connected to the system or if the indoor units are connected to
different outdoor units.)
51~100
(Note 2)
In the system that consists of single refrigerant circuit,
assign an address that equals the lowest indoor unit
(main) address in the same refrigerant circuit plus 50.
Assign sequential addresses to the outdoor units in
the same refrigerant circuit. Set the OC address to
odd number address and OS address to even number
address on the computer room outdoor unit.
In the system that consists of two refrigerant circuits,
assign an address that equals the connected indoor
unit control board address plus 50.
00
Main
00
(Note1) If a given address overlaps any of the addresses that are assigned to other outdoor units, use a different, unused
address within the setting range.
(Note2) To set the address of an outdoor unit to "100", set it as 50.
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(2) Power supply switch connector connection on the outdoor unit
(Factory setting: The male power supply switch connector is connected to CN41.)
System
configuration
Connection to
the system
controller
Power supply unit
for transmission
lines
Grouping the indoor
units connected to
different outdoor
units
System in which
indoor
units connected
to one
outdoor unit
-
-
-
Not connected
-
Power supply switch connector connection
Leave the male connector on CN41 as it is.
(Factory setting)
Not grouped
Grouped
System in which
indoor units
connected to two
outdoor units
With connection
to indoor-outdoor
transmission line
With connection
to transmission
line for centralized control
Not required
Grouped
/Not grouped
Not required
(Powered from
the outdoor unit)
Grouped
/Not grouped
Required
Grouped
/Not grouped
Disconnect the male connector from the
female power supply switch connector
(CN41) and connect it to the female power
supply switch connector (CN40) on only
one of the outdoor units (OC).
·Connect the S (shielded) terminal on the
terminal block (TB7) on the outdoor unit
whose male connector on CN41 was
disconnected and connected to CN40 to
the earth terminal (
) on the control
box.
Leave the male connector on CN41 as it is.
(Factory setting)
* When the system controller is connected to the indoor/outdoor transmission line and the power is supplied from the
outdoor unit, do not to turn off the outdoor unit. If its power supply is cut, the power is not supplied to the system controller,
and the functions will not work.
* In the system that consists of two refrigerant circuits, move the power jumper from (CN41) to(CN40) on only one of the
outdoor units even when the system controller is not connected.
(3) Choosing the temperature detection spot by indoor unit
(Factory Setting: SWC “Standard”)
When using the suction temperature sensor, set SWC to “Option.”
(The discharge temperature sensor is supplied as standard specification.)
Refer to P55.
(4) Setting the MA “Sub” controller
When using two remote controllers or running two indoor units as a group, one of the controllers must be set to “Sub”
controller.
* No more than two remote controllers can be connected to a group. (Factory setting: “Main”)
Set the controller according to the following procedure. Refer also to the instructions manual supplied with the MA remote
controller.
Remove the cover on the remote controller
Screwdriver
Insert a flat-head screwdriver in the
groove shown in the picture, and
move the screwdriver in the direction
shown in the arrow.
ON
Set Dip Switch No.1 on the remote
controller to “OFF” (Main to Sub)
1
2
3
4
Dip switches
Remote controller body
(5) Connection of two refrigerant circuits
When two refrigerant circuits are connected on site, make the switch settings on the controller circuit board following the
instructions described in the installation manual for the indoor unit.
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6. Sample System Connection
(1) System with MA remote controller
1) Single refrigerant circuit
Control Wiring Diagram
L2
Leave the male
connector on
CN41 as it is.
OS
L1
Leave the male connector on
CN41 as it is.
OC
52
51
TB3
TB7
M1 M2 S M1 M2
TB3
TB7
M1 M2 S M1 M2
* One indoor controller (controller circuit board)
is equipped in the indoor unit (10HP), and two
indoor controllers (controller circuit boards)
are equipped in the indoor unit (20HP).
IC
01
TB5-1
A1B1 S
TB15
1 2
A B
MA
02
TB5-2
A2 B2 S
Notes
Maximum Allowable Length
1. Leave the male connector on the female power supply switch connector (CN41) as it is.
2. Grounding to S terminal on the terminal block for transmission line for centralized control
(TB7) is not required.
3. Although two indoor controllers (controller circuit boards) are equipped inside the indoor
unit (20HP), the board on No.2 side (lower side) is not used. Do not connect wiring to the
lower controller circuit board.
4. The outdoor unit cannot be connected to the units other than the PFD series indoor units.
<a. Indoor/Outdoor transmission line>
Maximum Length (1.25mm2 or more)
L1 + L2 200m
Wiring and Address Setting
<a. Indoor/Outdoor transmission line>
Connect M1, M2 terminals of the indoor/outdoor transmission line terminal block (TB3) on the outdoor unit (OC) and A1, B1 terminals of the
indoor/outdoor terminal block (TB5-1) on the indoor unit (IC). (Non-polarized 2-core cable) *Only use shielded cables.
[Shielded cable connection]
Connect the earth terminal of the OC and S terminal of the IC terminal block (TB5-1).
Steps
<b. Switch setting>
Address setting is required as follows.
1
2
3
Unit or controller
Indoor
unit
Address
setting range
Address setting method
Main
(10HP, 20HP)
IC
01~49
Assign a sequential odd number starting with
"01" to the upper indoor controller.
Sub
(20HP)
IC
02~50
Assign sequential numbers starting with the
address of the main unit in the same group.
(Main unit address +1)
OC
51~99
Add 50 to the address assigned to the indoor unit
connected to the same refrigerant circuit.
OS
(20HP)
52~100
Set consecutive numbers for the addresses of
outdoor units in the same refrigerant circuit system.
Notes
00
Outdoor unit
MA
Main Controller
remote
controller Sub Controller
Factory
setting
00
To set the address to 100, set the
rotary switches to 50.
MA Setting not required.
Main
MA Sub Controller Settings to be made with the sub/main switch
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2) Two refrigerant circuits
Control Wiring Diagram
L1
Disconnect the male power supply
connector from CN40 and connect
it to CN41.
IC
OC
51
01
TB3
TB7
M1M2 S M1 M2
TB5-1
A1 B1 S
TB15
1 2
Connection
A B
MA
L31
Leave the male connector
on CN41 as it is.
OC
52
02
TB5-2
A2B2 S
TB3
TB7
M1 M2 S M1 M2
not connect
L2
Notes
Maximum Allowable Length
1. Assign a sequential number to the outdoor unit.
2. Do not connect the terminal blocks (TB5) of the indoor units connected to different
outdoor units.
3. Disconnect the male connector on the controller board from the female power supply
switch connector (CN41), and connect it to the female power supply switch connector
(CN40) on only one of the outdoor units.
4. Provide grounding to S terminal on the terminal block for transmission line for centralized
control (TB7) on only one of the outdoor units.
5. When the power supply unit is connected to the transmission line for centralized control,
leave the male connector on the female power supply switch connector (CN41) as it is at
the factory settings.
6. The outdoor unit cannot be connected to the units other than the PFD series indoor units.
<a. Indoor/Outdoor transmission line>
Maximum Length (1.25mm2 or more)
L1, L2 200m
<b. Transmission line for centralized control>
Maximum Length via outdoor unit
(1.25mm2 or more)
L1 + L31 + L2 500m
Wiring and Address Setting
Steps
<a. Indoor/Outdoor transmission line>
Connect M1, M2 terminals of the indoor/outdoor transmission line terminal block (TB3) on the outdoor unit (OC) and A1, B1 terminals of the
indoor/outdoor terminal block (TB5-1) on the indoor unit (IC). (Non-polarized 2-core cable) *Only use shielded cables.
[Shielded cable connection]
Connect the earth terminal of the OC and S terminal of the IC terminal block (TB5-1).
<b. Transmission line for centralized control>
Daisy-chain terminals M1 and M2 on the terminal block for transmission line for centralized control (TB7) on each outdoor unit (OC).
Disconnect the male connector on the controller board from the female power supply switch connector (CN41), and connect it to the female
power supply switch connector (CN40) on only one of the outdoor units. *Only use shielded cables.
[Shielded cable connection]
To ground the shielded cable, daisy-chain the S-terminals on the terminal block (TB7) on each of the outdoor units.
Connect the S (shielded) terminal on the terminal block (TB7) on the outdoor unit whose male connector on CN41 was disconnected and
connected to CN40 to the earth terminal (
) on the electric box.
<c. Switch setting>
Address setting is required as follows.
1
Unit or controller
Indoor
unit
Address
setting range
Address setting method
Main
(10HP, 20HP)
IC
01~49
Assign a sequential odd number starting with
"01" to the upper indoor controller.
Sub
(20HP)
IC
02~50
Assign sequential numbers starting with the
address of the main unit in the same group.
(Main unit address +1)
51~100
Add 50 to the address assigned to the indoor unit
connected to the system with one outdoor unit.
2
Outdoor unit
OC
MA
Main Controller
remote
controller Sub Controller
MA Setting not required.
3
Notes
Factory
setting
00
To set the address to 100, set the
rotary switches to 50.
00
Main
MA Sub Controller Settings to be made with the sub/main switch
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3) System in which two MA remote controllers are connected to one indoor unit
Control Wiring Diagram
L2
Leave the male
connector on
CN41 as it is.
OS
L1
Leave the male connector on
CN41 as it is.
OC
52
51
TB3
TB7
M1 M2 S M1 M2
TB3
TB7
M1 M2 S M1 M2
IC
* One indoor controller (controller circuit board)
is equipped in the indoor unit (10HP), and two
indoor controllers (controller circuit boards)
are equipped in the indoor unit (20HP).
01
TB5-1
A1B1 S
TB15
1 2
m2
m1
A B
A B
MA(Main) MA(Sub)
A1 B2
MA
02
TB5-2
A2B2 S
Notes
Maximum Allowable Length
1. Leave the male connector on the female power supply switch connector (CN41) as it is.
2. Grounding to S terminal on the terminal block for transmission line for centralized control
(TB7) is not required.
3. Although two indoor controllers (controller circuit boards) are equipped inside the indoor
unit, the board on No.2 side (lower side) is not used. Do not connect wiring to the lower
controller circuit board.
4. No more than two MA remote controllers (including both main and sub controllers) can
be connected to a group of indoor units. If three or more MA remote controllers are
connected, remove the wire for the MA remote controller from the terminal block (TB15).
5. The outdoor unit cannot be connected to the units other than the PFD series indoor units.
<a. Indoor/Outdoor transmission line>
Same as (1) 1).
<b. MA remote controller wiring>
Maximum overall length
(0.3-1.25mm2 or more)
m1 + m2 200m
Wiring and Address Setting
<a. Indoor/Outdoor transmission line>
Same as (1) 1).
<b. MA remote controller wiring>
[When two remote controllers are connected to the system]
When two remote controllers are connected to the system, connect terminals 1 and 2 of the terminal block (TB15) on the indoor unit (IC) to
the terminal block on the MA remote controllers (option).
*Set the Main/Sub switch on the connected MA remote controllers (option) to SUB.
(See the installation manual for the MA remote controller for the setting method.)
Steps
<c. Switch setting>
Address setting is required as follows.
1
Unit or controller
Indoor
unit
Address
setting range
Address setting method
Main
(10HP, 20HP)
IC
01~49
Assign a sequential odd number starting with
"01" to the upper indoor controller.
Sub
(20HP)
IC
02~50
Assign sequential numbers starting with the
address of the main unit in the same group.
(Main unit address +1)
51~100
Add 50 to the address assigned to the indoor unit
connected to the system with one outdoor unit.
2
Outdoor unit
OC
MA
Main Controller
remote
controller Sub Controller
MA Setting not required.
3
Notes
Factory
setting
00
To set the address to 100, set the
rotary switches to 50.
00
Main
MA Sub Controller Settings to be made with the sub/main switch
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4) System in which two indoor units are grouped with the MA remote controller
Control Wiring Diagram
L2
Leave the male
connector on
CN41 as it is.
L1
Leave the male connector on
CN41 as it is.
OS
OC
52
51
TB3
TB7
M1 M2 S M1 M2
TB3
TB7
M1 M2 S M1 M2
IC
01
TB5-1
A1B1 S
L2
Leave the male
connector on
Leave
the
male connector on
CN41 as it is.
CN41 as it is.
OS
OC
52
51
TB3
TB7
M1 M2 S M1 M2
TB3
TB7
M1 M2 S M1 M2
L1
IC
03
TB5-1
A1B1 S
TB15
1 2
TB15
1 2
m1
* One indoor
controller (controller
circuit board) is
equipped in the
indoor unit (10HP),
and two indoor
controllers
(controller circuit
boards) are
equipped in the
indoor unit (20HP).
m2
A B
MA(Main)
A B
MA(Sub)
02
04
TB5-2
A2 B2 S
TB5-2
A2 B2 S
m3
Notes
Maximum Allowable Length
1. Leave the male connector on the female power supply switch connector (CN41) as it is.
2. Grounding to S terminal on the terminal block for transmission line for centralized control
(TB7) is not required.
3. Although two indoor controllers (controller circuit boards) are equipped inside the indoor
unit, the board on No.2 side (lower side) is not used. Do not connect wiring to the lower
controller circuit board.
4. No more than two MA remote controllers (including both main and sub controllers) can
be connected to a group of indoor units. If three or more MA remote controllers are
connected, remove the wire for the MA remote controller from the terminal block (TB15).
5. The outdoor unit cannot be connected to the units other than the PFD series indoor units.
<a. Indoor/Outdoor transmission line>
Same as (1) 1).
<b. MA remote controller wiring>
Maximum overall length
(0.3-1.25mm2 or more)
m1 + m2 + m3 200m
Wiring and Address Setting
<a. Indoor/Outdoor transmission line>
Same as (1) 1).
<b. MA remote controller wiring>
[Group operation of indoor units]
To perform a group operation of indoor units (IC), daisy-chain terminals 1 and 2 on the terminal block (TB15) on all indoor units (IC). (Nonpolarized 2-core cable)
*Set the Main/Sub switch on one of the MA remote controllers to SUB.
Steps
<c. Switch setting>
Address setting is required as follows.
1
Unit or controller
Indoor
unit
Address
setting range
Address setting method
Main
(10HP, 20HP)
IC
01~49
Assign a sequential odd number starting with
"01" to the upper indoor controller.
Sub
(20HP)
IC
02~50
Assign sequential numbers starting with the
address of the main unit in the same group.
(Main unit address +1)
51~100
Add 50 to the address assigned to the indoor unit
connected to the system with one outdoor unit.
2
Outdoor unit
OC
MA
Main Controller
remote
controller Sub Controller
MA Setting not required.
3
Notes
Factory
setting
00
To set the address to 100, set the
rotary switches to 50.
00
Main
MA Sub Controller Settings to be made with the sub/main switch
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(2) System with MA remote controller and AG-150A
1) System with multiple indoor units (10HP, 20HP)
Control Wiring Diagram
L31
* There is one indoor controller
board inside indoor unit.
* There are two indoor controller
boards inside indoor unit.
L1
Use CN41 as is.
IC
OC
51
IC
OC
53
01
TB3
TB7
M1M2S M1M2
L2
Use CN41 as is.
03
TB3
TB7
M1 M2 S M1M2
TB5-1
A1 B1S
TB15
1 2
TB15
1 2
not connect
m1
L34
L32
m1
Power
Supply
A B
MA
AB S
TB5-1
A1 B1 S
Use CN41 as is.
A B
MA
OC
L33
54
AG-150A
DC power supply line
(DC24V)
AB S
04
TB5-2
A2 B2 S
TB3
TB7
M1M2 S M1M2
Option
not connect
Notes
L3
Maximum Allowable Length
1. Be sure to use odd numbers to set the address for indoor units
(10 HP and 20HP connected to the one outdoor unit).
2. To set the indoor unit address for 20 HP connected to two outdoor units, use odd
numbers for the top controllers and use even numbers for the bottom controllers (Main
controller plus 1).
3. Use the power supply switch connector (CN41) on the outdoor unit as is.
4. It is not necessary to ground the S terminal of transmission line terminal board for
centralized controller on the outdoor unit.
5 No more than two main/sub remote controllers can be connected to the indoor unit in the
same group. When more than two remote controllers are present in the system,
disconnect MA remote controller from TB15 in the indoor unit.
6. Put both types of the addresses for P500-type indoor units in the same group when
setting groups for indoor units with system controller (ex. AG-150A).
<a. Indoor/Outdoor transmission line>
L1, L2, L3 200m
<b. Transmission Line for Centralized Control>
L33 + L32 + L31 + L34 + L3 500m
L1 + L31 + L34 + L3 500m
<c. MA Remote Controller Line>
Total Length (0.3 - 1.25mm2)
m1 200m
Wiring and Address Setting
<a. Indoor/Outdoor transmission line>
Same as (1) 1).
<b. Transmission line for centralized control>
Daisy-chain terminals M1 and M2 on the terminal block for transmission line for centralized control (TB7) on each outdoor unit (OC).
*Only use shielded cables.
[Shielded cable connection]
To ground the shielded cable, daisy-chain the S-terminals on the terminal block (TB7) on each of the outdoor units.
Steps
<c. Switch setting>
Address setting is required as follows.
1
Unit or controller
Indoor
unit
Address
setting range
Address setting method
Notes
Factory
setting
Main
(10HP, 20HP)
IC
01~49
Assign a sequential odd number starting with
"01" to the upper indoor controller.
Sub
(20HP)
02~50
Assign sequential numbers starting with the
address of the main unit in the same group.
(Main unit address +1)
00
IC
51~100
Add 50 to the address assigned to the indoor unit
connected to the system with one outdoor unit.
00
2
Outdoor unit
OC
MA
Main Controller
remote
controller Sub Controller
MA Setting not required.
3
Main
MA Sub Controller Settings to be made with the sub/main switch
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7. External input/output specifications
(1) Input/output specifications
Input
Function
Usage
Signals
· Pulse [Factory setting: Dip SW1-9 ON]
(a-contact with voltage/without voltage) *1
<With voltage>
Power Source: DC12~24V
Electrical Current:
Approximately 10mA (DC12V)
Start/stop
Turning
ON/OFF
the indoor
unit
<Standard Pulse>
over 200ms
(Pulse powering time)
over 200ms
(Pulse interval)
· Level [Dip SW1-9 OFF]
(Short: operate Open: stop
Dehumidification
signal
Sending a
command
to perform
dehumidification
with priority
Level
Refer to the wiring diagram
<Dehumidification command> shown
on the page 53.
*1 Use minute-current contact (DC12V 1mA)
Output
Function
Usage
Signals
No.1
Operation Status
Obtaining signals indicating operation
status of indoor units in each refrigerant
circuit.
No. 1
Error Status
Obtaining signals indicating error status of
indoor units in each refrigerant circuit.
No. 2
Operation Status*
Obtaining signals indicating operation
status of indoor units in each refrigerant
circuit.
No. 2
Error Status*
Obtaining signals indicating error status of
indoor units in each refrigerant circuit.
* 20HP only
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Relay a-contact
output
DC 30V or
AC 220~240V
Standard Current :
1A
Minimum Current :
1mA
(2) Wiring
External input/output board
Input with voltage
TB23
AC
External power source
SW12
Stop/Start
(*1)
A1
A2
Short circuit plate
Input without voltage
TB21
CN53
BC
1
B1
2
Common
SW11
Stop/Start
(*1)
3
B2
Short circuit plate
Relay Contact Point Output
XA
4
XB
5
TB22
COM
Power Source for Display
No.1 Operation Status
L1
No.1 Error Status
L2
* No.2 Operation Status
L3
* No.2 Error Status
L4
1
XA
2
XB
3
XC
XC
2
4
XD
XD
3
5
XE
XE
4
CN54
1
5
Wiring distance 100 m or less.
* 20HP only
Connection to terminal board
<Input with Applied Voltage>
(*1) For instructions on how to
install the short-circuit
plate, refer to "Caution on
using the external input
function" shown on the
next page.
Connection with connectors
<Input without voltage applied>
Remote start/stop
* Each pressing of the SW (Pulse input) switches
between ON and OFF.
External power
source
DC12~24V
Electrical current input (per contact)
Approximately 10mA (DC12V)
SW11
SW12
Remote start/stop switch
Each pressing of the SW (Pulse input) switches
between ON and OFF.
Contact: Minimum applicable load DC12V 1mA
Contact rating DC12V 0.1A and over
<Relay contact output>
Power supply
for displays
DC30V or less 1A
AC220-240V 1A
L1
No.1 Operation Status Indicator Lamp
L2
No.1 Error Status Indicator Lamp
L3
No.2 Operation Status Indicator Lamp
L4
No.2 Error Status Indicator Lamp
XA~XE
Relay
(Permissible Electrical Current: 10mA~1A)
Setting on the Indoor Unit
Confirm the following setting when using external input.
a) No.1, No.2 Controller board Dip SW 3-8: ON (Factory Setting: ON; External input will not be available when OFF.)
b) No.1, No.2 address board Dip SW 1-10: OFF (Factory Setting: OFF; External input will not be available when ON.)
c) Normal/Local switch inside the unit controller box is set to “Normal.” (Factory Setting: Normal; External input will not be
available when it is set to “Local.”)
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Caution on using the external input function (20HP only)
CAUTION
When using the external input function on the indoor unit that is connected to
a two-refrigerant circuit, connect the short-circuit plate that is supplied with the
unit to the appropriate terminals on the external input-output board.
Without the short-circuit plate, the unit will not function properly.
Don’t connect the short-circuit plate in case of a one-refrigerant circuit.
· Connecting the short-circuit plate
<The case of with-voltage input>
External input-output board
CN54
CN53
Short-circuit plate
TB21
TB23
AC A1 A2
TB22
BC B1 B2
COM 1
2
3
4
5
External input
<The case of no-voltage input>
External input-output board
CN54
CN53
Short-circuit plate
TB21
TB23
AC A1 A2
TB22
BC B1 B2
COM 1
2
3
4
5
External input
<Dehumidification command>
Indoor unit
controller circuit board
Adapter for
remote display
(PAC-SA88HA)
Relay circuit
Remote controller board
CN52
Relay power supply
5 Green
1 Brown
Z
Z
SW
SW : Dehumidification command
Z : Relay
Contact: Minimum applicable load DC12V 1mA
Contact rating DC12V 0.1A and over
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(3) Wiring Method
1) Check the indoor unit setting (Refer to 7-(2) Wiring )
2) When using the external output function, connect each signal line to External output Terminal (TB22) on the unit, depending
on the usage.
3) When using external input function, peal the outer layer of the signal line off, and connect it to external input terminal (TB21
or TB23) on the unit, depending on the usage.
Wiring inside the unit
To CN51 of
No.1 board
To CN51 of
No.2 board
CN53
*1
*1
TB21
TB23
AC A1 A2
Wiring On Site
CN54
TB22
BC B1 B2
COM 1
Fix the wire on the lowvoltage (below DC30V)
clamp. Pull the wire
through the hole for
transmission line to
outside the unit. *2
2
3
4
5
Fix the wire on the highvoltage (AC220-240V)
clamp. Pull the wire
through the hole for
transmission line to
outside the unit. *3
*1 For instructions on how to install the short circuit plate on the 20HP indoor unit, refer to "Caution on using the
external input function" shown on the previous page.
*2 Do not bundle with high-voltage (AC220-240V) wire, since noise interference from such wire may cause the
unit to malfunction.
*3 Do not bundle with minute-voltage (DC30V or below) wire, since noise interference from such wire may cause
the unit to malfunction.
CAUTION
1) Wiring should be covered by insulation tube with supplementary insulation.
2) Use relays or switches with IEC or equivalent standard.
3) The electric strength between accessible parts and control circuit should have 2750V or more.
4) TB21 is a terminal specifically for No-voltage contact point input. Do not apply voltage to TB21, since it
must result in malfunction of indoor unit controller board.
5) TB23 is specifically for contact point input with voltage. Check the polarity before connecting to avoid
damage to the unit.
6) Keep the wires on the input side and on the output side away from each other when using AC220240V as a power source for displays.
7) Keep the length of the extension part of external signal line under 100m.
8) 20HP is shipped with B1 and B2 terminals of TB21 and A1 and A2 terminals of TB23 short-circuited
respectively. Do not eliminate this feature. If it is eliminated, the units in one of the two refrigerant circuits
may not operate.
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(4) Switch setting
The suction/discharge air temperature control of the indoor unit.
Either suction temperature control or discharge temperature control can be selected.
The suction/discharge temperature control can be switched by the switches (SWC) on the controller circuit board inside the
controller of the indoor unit.
The discharge temperature control is selected at the factory settings. (SWC is set to “Standard.”)
To switch the control, set SWC on two controller circuit boards inside the controller as follows.
To perform suction temperature control: Set SWC to “Option (OP)”
To perform discharge temperature control: Set SWC to “Standard”
The setting for the SWC on the two controller circuit boards must be the same (applicable only when connecting to a
two-refrigerant circuit).
*Only the suction temperature control is performed in the heating mode regardless of the SWC setting.
The discharge air temp. control function is not available in heating mode.
(5) Dehumidification priority control
This unit can be operated in the dehumidification priority control by receiving external signals (CN52 on indoor unit).
The unit goes into the dehumidification priority control when dehumidification signal is received for 10 continuous minutes
during cooling operation. The unit resumes normal operation when the signal goes off or when the suction temperature
reaches 13°C or below.
When the unit is in this control, the unit is operated at the maximum capacity regardless of the actual setting, so the room
temperature may reach below the preset temperature.
If this is a problem, install a circuit that turns off the dehumidification signal based on the room temperature.
The model of units described in this manual does not support the reheat function, so it does not allow both the temperature
and humidity to be controlled simultaneously.
(6) Normal/Local switching switch (SW9)
When selecting the “Local” mode using the Normal/Local switching switch beside the MA remote controller on indoor unit, the
local operation is enabled, and the remote ON/OFF operation (external input or system controller) is disabled.
If no external input is available, the local operation is enabled in both “Normal” and “Local” modes.
The occurred error is not reported to the upper system, such as building management system including system controller.
(If an error occurs during inspection, the occurred error is reported only to the units, and the error history remains on the units.)
For safety, be sure to set SW9 to Local before inspecting the unit. When SW9 is set to Local, all external signals will be
ignored, preventing the unit from going into operation unexpectedly.
The lighting yellow lamp indicates that SW9 is set to Local.
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8. System Rotation Control
Applicable Units
Indoor units: PFD-P250, 500VM-E
Outdoor unit: PUHY-P250YJM-A(-BS), PUHY-P500YSJM-A(-BS)
CAUTION
To enable this control function, the following wiring and settings are required at installation.
1) Daisy-chain terminals M1 and M2 on the terminal block for transmission line for
centralized control (TB7) on all applicable outdoor units.
Move the power jumper connected to CN41 to CN40 on only one of the outdoor units.
To supply power to the outdoor unit from a power supply unit, leave the power jumper
connected to CN41as it is (factory setting).
2) Check that the label on the indoor unit circuit board reads KE90D352, if it does not,
replace the circuit board.
3) Set the SW1-9 and SW1-10 on indoor units as follows to enable the external input:
(SW1-9: ON; SW1-10: OFF).
4) Assign sequential addresses to the units as shown below (Fig. 8-1).
(Only use odd numbers for the 10HP system.)
5) Make the rotation group settings by setting the appropriate switches on the outdoor units.
1. General Descriptions
• Each group can consist of a maximum of 5 systems and a minimum of 2 systems.
•With the use of this control function, one system in a given group serves as a backup and
remains stopped.
•The unit designated as the control unit (System 1 in Fig. 8-1) sends command signals to other
units in the group to start or stop, and rotates the backup unit every 480 hours.
•Rotation sequence is in the ascending order of address, starting from the lowest address after
the control unit address.
(e.g., System 2 System 3 System 4 System 5 System 1 in Fig. 8-1 below)
•If other units in the group detect an error or if there is a communication failure between the
systems, this control is terminated, and the backup unit goes into operation.
TB7
OC51
TB7
OC52
TB3
TB5
OC53
OC54
OC55
OC56
OC57
OC58
OC59
OC60
IC03
IC04
IC05
IC06
IC07
IC08
IC09
IC10
TB3
TB5
IC01
IC02
TB15
MA
System 1
(Control unit)
TB15
MA
MA
System 2
MA
System 3
System 4
MA
System 5
Backup unit
Fig. 8-1 Sample 20HP system group
9. Notes on the use of optional accessories
WARNING
Only use optional parts recommended by Mitsubishi Electric. These parts should only be installed by a qualified technician.
Improper installation may result in water leakage, electric shock, or fire.
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10.Caution for refrigerant leakage
The installer and/or air conditioning system specialist shall secure safety against refrigerant leakage according to local regulations or
standards.
The following standard may be applicable if no local regulation or standard is available.
(1) Refrigerant property
R410A refrigerant is harmless and incombustible. The R410A is heavier than the indoor air in density. Leakage of the refrigerant in a room
has possibility to lead to a hypoxia situation. Therefore, the Critial concentration specified below shall not be exceeded even if the leakage
happens.
Critical concentration
Critical concentration hereby is the refrigerant concentration in which no human body would be hurt if immediate measures can be taken
when refrigerant leakage happens.
Critical concentration of R410A: 0.44kg/m3
(The weight of refrigeration gas per 1 m3 air conditioning space.);
The Critical concentration is subject to ISO5149, EN378-1.
For the PFD system, the concentration of refrigerant leaked should not have a chance to exceed the Critical concentration in any situntion.
(2) Confirm the Critical concentration and take countermeasure
The maximum refrigerant leakage concentration (Rmax) is defined as the result of the possible maximum refrigerant weight (Wmax)
leaked into a room divided by its room capacity (V). It is referable to Fig.10-1. The refrigerant of Outdoor unit here includes its original charge
and additional charge at the site.
The additional charge is calculated according to “IV.1.(4) Refrigerant charging calculation” and shall not be over charged at the site.
Procedure 10.(2)-1~4 tells how to confirm maximum refrigerant leakage concentration (Rmax) and how to take countermeasures against a
possible leakage.
Outdoor unit (No.1)
Outdoor unit (No.2)
Outdoor unit (No.1)
Flow of refrigerant
Flow of refrigerant
Indoor
unit
Flow of refrigerant
Indoor
unit
Maximum refrigerant leakage concentration (Rmax)
Rmax=Wmax / V (kg/m3)
Maximum refrigerant leakage concentration (Rmax)
Rmax=Wmax / V (kg/m3) W1: Refrigerant weight of Outdoor unit No.1
where, Wmax=W1+W2 W2: Refrigerant weight of Outdoor unit No.2
Fig. 10-1 The maximum refrigerant leakage concentration
10.(2)-1. Find the room capacity (V),
If a room having total opening area more than 0.15% of the floor area at a low position with another room/space, the two rooms/
space are considered as one. The total space shall be added up.
10.(2)-2. Find the possible maximum leakage (Wmax) in the room. If a room has Indoor unit(s) from more than 1 Outdoor unit, add up the
refrigerant of the Outdoor units.
10.(2)-3. 10.(2)-3. Divide (Wmax) by (V) to get the maximum refrigerant leakage concentration (Rmax).
10.(2)-4. Find if there is any room in which the maximum refrigerant leakage concentration (Rmax) is over 0.44kg/m3.
If no, then the PFD is safe against refrigerant leakage.
If yes, following countermeasure is recommended to do at site.
Countermeasure 1: Let-out (making V bigger)
Design an opening of more than 0.15% of the floor area at a low position of the wall to let out the refrigerant whenever leaked.
e.g. make the upper and lower seams of door big enough.
Countermeasure 2: Smaller total charge (making Wmax smaller)
e.g. Avoid connecting more than 1 Outdoor unit to one room.
e.g. Using smaller model size but more Outdoor units.
e.g. Shorten the refrigerant piping as much as possible.
Countermeasure 3: Fresh air in from the ceiling (Ventilation)
As the density of the refrigerant is bigger than that of the air. Fresh air supply from the ceiling is better than air exhausting from
the ceiling. Fresh air supply solution refers to Fig.10-2~4.
Fresh air supply fan (always ON)
Refrigerant pipe
Indoor unit
Indoor space
(Floor)
(Floor)
Opening
Indoor space
Indoor unit
(Floor)
Opening
Sensor for refrigerant leakage (Oxygen sensor or refrigerant sensor).
[At 0.3m height from the floor]
Fig.10-2. Fresh air supply always ON
to Outdoor unit
to Outdoor unit
Indoor unit
Refrigerant pipe (high pressure pipe)
Refrigerant stop valve
Refrigerant pipe
to Outdoor unit
Indoor space
Fresh air supply fan
Fresh air supply fan
Fig.10-3. Fresh air supply upon sensor action
Opening
Sensor for refrigerant leakage (Oxygen sensor or refrigerant sensor).
[At 0.3m height from the floor]
Fig.10-4. Fresh air supply and refrigerant
shut-off upon sensor action
Note 1. Countermeasure 3 should be done in a proper way in which the fresh air supply shall be on whenever the leakage happens.
Note 2. In principle, MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC requires proper piping design, installation and air-tight testing after installation to avoid leakage
happening.In the area should earthquake happen, anti-vibration measures should be fully considered.The piping should consider the
extension due to the temperature variation.
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V Wiring Design (PEFY-AF1200CFMR)
V
Air Conditioning the Computer Room
1. Main Features of the Floor-Duct Air Conditioners
This system is installed by building a floor over an existing floor and using the space between these two floors as an
air-conditioning duct. This system has the following characteristics:
ŒThe temperature and humidity can efficiently and reliably be controlled, since the air-conditioned air is sent directly to the
machine.
ŒIt provides a comfortable environment for the operator, since the air can be conditioned to best suit the needs of the operator
and machines.
ŒIt is favorable in terms of appearance because the air-conditioning duct is out of sight.
ŒThe location of the duct is irrelevant when considering adding new machines or rearranging the existing machines, since
the entire floor serves as the air duct.
Ceiling
Computer
Filter Free-access top floor
CAUTION
ŒUnlike plenum ventilation and overhead-duct type conditioners, since the conditioned air is not mixed with the air in the room,
the air that comes out of the unit has to meet the predetermined conditions (constant temperature/constant humidity) at the
time the air exits the unit.
Close attention must be paid to the auto-controlling system.
ŒDust in the duct space (between the free-access top floor and the existing floor) must be thoroughly removed before
installing the unit.
ŒSince the existing floor is cooled by the unit, it may produce dews on the ceiling of the room down below.
2. Features of air-conditioner for computer room
Air-conditioner for computer room is designed to maintain a constant room temperature and humidity. For underfloor air supply
systems, providing air that meets predetermined requirements is a must.
The compressor installed in this unit runs year around.
The capacity controlled compressor regulates the outlet air temperature (or inlet air temperature) depending on the load
change.
The humidifier (Configure to Order) installed in this unit humidifies a room to a target humidity, and regulates the humidity.
With priority dehumidification control (a dehumidifier must be installed on site), a room is dehumidified to a target humidity.
Since the reheat function is not equipped, the room temperature may drop below the predetermined temperature due to a load
inside the room.
Therefore, the absolute humidity drops whereas the relative humidity may not drop to a target humidity.
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3. Step-by-Step Plan for the Implementation of the Air-Conditioning
Purpose
Making decisions on the computer system
Basic
Conditions
Accommodates possible future expansion (ensuring the acquisition route)
Operation schedule
Back-up system (in case of breakdowns, power outage, water-supply cut offs etc.)
Air conditioning methods (continuous, floor-duct type etc.)
Securing
Necessary
Rooms
Computer room, CVCF room, MT Disk Storage room
Supplementary computer room, system surveillance room
Programmer room, operator room
Battery room, transformer room
Decision to Install
the Air-Conditioning
System
Setting the Conditions
for the Room
Temperature/humidity Condition
Calculating
the Load
Selecting the AirConditioner Model
Selecting the
Controllers
Total System
Air-conditioning operation panel (secure individual operation circuit),
Auto Controller (temperature and humidity indicator/recorder),
management, safety, laws, maintenance, earthquake proof,
anti-vibration (floor load, anti-vibration device), noise control, etc.
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4. Conditions for the Installation of Computer-Room Air Conditioners
(1) Outdoor Temperature and Humidity
Usually, outdoor temperature/humidity conditions that are adopted for general air conditioning are used. However, for the
spaces that require stringent temperature/humidity control, such as computer rooms, higher values may be adopted.
(2) Indoor Temperature and Humidity
There is a wide range of conditions set by different computer manufacturers, and the conditions need to be set in consultation
with the manufacturers.
The most basic conditions include keeping dew condensation and static electricity from forming. It is also necessary to keep
the room free of dust to ensure a smooth operation of the computer.
(3) Matching the Volume of Air Flow
It is possible to use the fan on the computer to cool the room. This controlling method requires a certain volume of cold air in
proportion to the amount of heat produced by the device.
The inlet panel is located at the bottom of the unit, and the exhaust pipe is located either on the ceiling, front and back, or on
the side.
Air intake
Air conditioner
Computer
Fan
Plenum floor
Air discharge
(4) Considering a Back-up Air Conditioning System
When the system is not allowed to stop at all, a back-up system is necessary.
There are several different options for a back-up as the following:
1) Installing two sets of air conditioning systems necessary for the computer.
2) Using one of the units as a back-up
1) is used infrequently due to high costs involved. 2) is a preferredmethod.
If 2) is chosen, the unit method (package method) is more economical than the central method.
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5. Setting the Air conditioners
(1) Air-Conditioning Load
1) Once the floor plan is made and the conditions for the air-conditioning system are set, air conditioning capacity has to be
determined by calculating the heat load.
2) Unlike the outdoor air, computer heat load remains constant throughout the year. However, it is possible that there are
considerable fluctuations within a day. This is due to the fact that, depending on the time of the day, there are changes in
the number of computers that are turned on and that the different computer systems are in operation.
3) If there is a plan to expand the current computer system in the future, it is important to include the load for the units to be
added in the future when calculating the thermal load because it is practically impossible to keep the computers off for days
on end during the installation of the new units.
4) The following items need to be checked before calculating the unit capacity:
· Floor area of the computer room (m2)
· Total quantity of heat generated by computers
(2) Sample Selection of Air Conditioners
(2-1) Conditions
Computer-generated heat
20.9kW
Number of workers
5
20W/m2
Lighting
Indoor °CDB/Indoor WBT: 24°C/17°C
°CDB of the air going into the computer: 18°C
Temperature and humidity
Frequency
60Hz
(2-2) Building Conditions
Windows
(W: 4.5m, H: 1.5m) × 2
Inside Measurement
Ceiling height 2.2m
Surroundings
Upstairs room, downstairs room, heat and air conditioning
1) Coefficient of Overall Heat Transmission U (W/m2 ·K)
Outer Walls
Summer 3.6, Winter 3.8
Inner Walls
2.05
Ceiling
Downward convection 3.36, upward convection 3.3
Floor (free access)
Downward convection 3.05, upward convection 4.56
Floor
Downward convection 2.42, upward convection 3.3
Windows
Summer 5.93, Winter 6.5
Window
2) Internal Load
Number of People in the Room 5
Lighting
20W/m2
Calculator
20.9kW
Draft
0.2 times/h
3) Volume of Outdoor Air Intake
25m3/h·person
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(2-3) Calculating the Load and Selecting a Model
Calculate the temperature difference by setting the outdoor temperature; then, calculate hourly loads.
The chart shows the result of a calculation, supposing that the system reaches its highest load at 12 o'clock.
Outdoor temperatures in this example Summer: 32°CDB relative humidity 60%
Winter: -2°CDB relative humidity 42%
1) Heat load (in the summer)
< Sensible Heat > SH
Computer
20.9 kW
Lighting
Number of people in the room
1,800W
1.8 kW
5 persons × 64 (U)
0.32 kW
3
0.11 kW
× 3.6 × 8
0.25 kW
(0.2 times/h) 39.6m × 0.336 × 8
Infiltration draft
8.5m2
Outer wall (heat transmission)
13.5m2 × 0.65 × 188
1.91 kW
Windows (heat transmission)
13.5 × 5.93 × 8
0.64 kW
Inner wall(heat transmission)
61.6 × 2.05 × 4
0.5 kW
Windows (radiation)
3
125m × 0.336 × 8
Outside air
0.34 kW
Total
26.8 kW
< Latent Heat > LH
Infiltration draft
Number of people in the room
Outside air
39.6 × 834 × 0.0117
0.39 kW
5 persons × 82
0.41 kW
125m3 × 834 × 0.0117
1.22 kW
Total
2.0 kW
Total load is 28.8 kW
2) Necessary Air Circulation
V=
26800
0.336 × (24 -18)
÷ 60 = 221m3/min
3) Model Selection
PUHY-P250YJM-A × 2, PFD-P500VM-E type
Indoor °CDB 24°C/Indoor °CWB 17°C outdoor °CDB 32°C
Capacity of the Moment 54.3kW SHF = 0.92
Capacity of Sensible Heat 54.3 × 0.92 = 49.9/kW
Standard Air-Flow Volume: 320m3/min can be accommodated with PUHY-P250YJM-A × 2 and PFD-P500VM-E.
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6. Automatic Control of the Computer Room
Example
PFD-P500VM-E automatically controls the cooling temperature with a built-in controller.
(suction air temperature or discharge air temperature control)
This unit is designed for high sensible-heat specifications, and it does not include a humidifier or a dehumidifier.
Install such components as necessary.
< Outdoor Unit >
TB3
*2
TB3
*1
RA
Suction
temperature
< Indoor unit >
sensor
Controller
External input/output
board
Plenum floor
Discharge air temperature sensor
SA
Remote Controller
*1 Bold lines in the diagram indicate refrigerant piping (gas/liquid).
This system consists of two refrigerant circuit.
*2 Indicates TB3-type transmission line used to communicate with the indoor unit.
This system is made up of two circuit.
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VI General Equipment Descriptions (PEFY-AF1200CFM)
VI
Maintenance/Inspection
1. Maintenance/Inspection Schedule
Having the units inspected by a specialist on a regular basis, in addition to regular maintenance such as changing the filters,
will allow the users to use them safely and in good condition for an extended period of time.
The chart below indicates standard maintenance schedule.
(1) Approximate Longevity of Various Parts
The chart shows an approximate longevity of parts. It is an estimation of the time when old parts may need to be replaced or
repairs need to be made.
It does not mean that the parts must absolutely be replaced (except for the fan belt).
Please note that the figures in the chart do not mean warranty periods.
Unit
Check
every
Replace
after
Fan Motor
6 months
40000 hours
Yes
Bearing
6 months
40000 hours
Yes
Add lubricant once a year
Fan Belt
6 months
8000 hours
Yes
Disposable parts
Air Filter
3 months
5 years
Drain Pan
6 months
8 years
Yes
Drain Hose
6 months
8 years
Yes
Linear Expansion
Valve
1 year
25000 hours
Heat Exchanger
1 year
5 years
Yes
6 months
25000 hours
Yes
1 year
25000 hours
Yes
Compressor
6 months
40000 hours
Yes
Fan motor
6 months
40000 hours
Yes
1 year
25000 hours
1 year
25000 hours
Yes
Heat Exchanger
1 year
5 years
Yes
Pressure Switch
1 year
25000 hours
Yes
Accumulator
1 year
40000 hours
Yes
Parts
Daily
check
Periodically
check
Remarks
Maintenance schedule changes
depending on the local conditions
Yes
Indoor
Float Switch
Display Lamp (LED)
Linear Expansion
Valve
Outdoor
Heat source 4-way valve
Yes
Yes
(2) Notes
ŒThe above chart shows a maintenance schedule for a unit that is used under the following conditions:
A. Less than 6 times per hour of compressor stoppage
B. The product is assumed to be operated for 24 hours a day.
ŒShortening the inspection cycle may need to be considered when the following conditions apply:
1) When used in high temperature/high humidity area or when used in a place where the temperature and/or humidity
fluctuate greatly
2) When plugged into an unstable power source (sudden change in voltage, frequency, wave distortions) (Do not exceed the
maximum capacity.)
3) When the unit is installed in a place where it receives vibrations or major impacts.
4) When used in a place with poor air quality (containing dust particles, salt, poisonous gas such as sulfuric acid gas and
sulfuric hydrogen gas, oil mist).
ŒEven when the above maintenance schedule is followed, there could be unexpected problems that cannot be predicted.
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(3) Details of Maintenance/Inspection
Unit
Parts
Inspection
Cycle
Check points
Fan motor
. Check for unusual noise
. Measure the insulation
Bearing
. Check for unusual noise
Assessment
What to do
. Free of unusual noise
. Insulation resistance over 1M
Replace when insulation
resistance is under 1M
. Free of unusual noise
If the noise does not stop after
lubrication, change the oil.
Add lubricant once a year.
. Resistance (30~40N/belt)
. Adequate amount of slack=5mm
. Belt length=no longer than
Adjust the belt
Replace if the belt length
exceeds 2% of the original
length, worn, or used over 8000
hours
resistance
Fan belt
6
months .
Check for excessive slack
. Check for wear and tear
. Check for unusual noise
102% of the original length
. Free of wear and tear
. Free of unusual noise
Air filter
. Check for clogging and tear
3
months . Clean the filter
. Check for clogging of the
Drain hose
drainage system
. Check for loosened bolts
. Check for corrosion
. Check for clogging of the
Indoor
Drain pan
6
months
drainage system
. Check for corrosion
. Check the drainage of the drain
trap
. Perform an operation check
Linear
expansion valve
using the operation data
1
year
Heat exchanger
. Check for clogging, dirt, and
damage
. Check the outer appearance
. Make sure its free of foreign
. Clean, free of damage
Clean the filter
Replace if extremely dirty or
damaged
. Clean, free of clogging
. Free of loose screws
. No major disintegration
Clean if dirty or clogged
Tighten bolts
Replace if extremely worn
. Clean, free of clogging
. Free of wear and tear
Clean if dirty or clogged
Replace if extremely worn
Pour water into the drain trap
. Adequately controls the air
Replace if malfunctioning
temperature
. Clean, free of clogging or
. Free of frayed or cut wires
. Free of foreign objects
Replace if damaged or
extremely worn
Remove foreign objects
. Comes on when the output is on
. Rapid drop in brightness
Replace if the light does not
come on when the power is on
. Check for unusual noise
. Check insulation resistance
. Check for loosened terminals
. Free of unusual sound
. Insulation resistance over 1M
. Free of loosened terminals
Replace if insulation resistance
goes below 1M (under the
condition that the refrigerant
is not liquefied)
Tighten loosened bolts
Fan motor
. Check for unusual noise
. Measure insulation resistance
. Free of unusual sound
. Insulation resistance over 1M
Replace if insulation resistance
goes below 1M
Linear
expansion valve
. Perform an operation check
. Adequately controls the air
Replace if malfunctioning
4-way valve
. Perform an operation check
Float switch
Display lamp
(LED)
6
months
1
year
Compressor
objects
. Make sure the lamp comes on
6
months
Outdoor/Heat source unit
Clean
damage
using the operation data
using the operation data
Heat exchanger
1
year
. Check for clogging, dirt, and
damage
Pressure switch
Accumulator
temperature
. Adequately controls the refrigerant
temperature when the valve is switched
(Check temperature change when
cooling/heating is switched.)
. Clean, free of clogging or
Replace if malfunctioning
Clean
damage
. Check for torn wire, fraying,
. No frayed or cut wires or
and unplugged connectors
. Check insulation resistance
unplugged connectors
. Insulation resistance over 1M
. Check the outer appearance
. Clean, free of ruse
- 65 -
Replace when cut or shorted,
when the insulation resistance
goes below 1M , or if there is a
history of abnormal operation
Repair with paint
Replace if extremely worn
DATA BOOK
PUHY-P250YJM-A (-BS)
PUHY-P500YSJM-A (-BS)
PQHY-P250YHM-A
PFD-P250VM-E
PFD-P500VM-E
Eco Changes is the Mitsubishi Electric Group’s environmental statement,
and expresses the Group’s stance on environmental management.
Through a wide range of businesses, we are helping contribute to the
realization of a sustainable society.
Warning
■ Do not use refrigerant other than the type indicated in the manuals provided with the unit and on the nameplate.
- Doing so may cause the unit or pipes to burst, or result in explosion or fire during use, during repair, or at the time of disposal of the
unit.
- It may also be in violation of applicable laws.
- MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION cannot be held responsible for malfunctions or accidents resulting from the use of the wrong
type of refrigerant.
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MEE13K035
New publication effective Mar. 2014
Specifications subject to change without notice