Samsung AM18A1C09 Product specifications

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AIR CONDITIONER
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
SELECTING AREA FOR INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION DIAGRAM
PERFORMING LEAK TESTS
PLACING THE INDOOR UNIT IN POSITIONS
CHECKING AND TESTING OPERATIONS
REFRIGERANT CYCLE BLOCK DIAGRAM
FEATURES & OPERATION
COOLING & HEATING CHARACTERISTICS DATA
SET UP THE MODEL OPTION
DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY
EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST
WIRING DIAGRAMS
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
121
124
127
128
120
121
122
124
130
154
166
170
184
108
123
Product Specifications
Model
Item
Type
Cooling
Heating
Dehumiditying
BTU/h
BTU/h
I/h
Cooling
m3/min
Heating
Performance
Cooling
Noise
dB
Heating
Cooling
Energy efficiency ratio
BTU/h W
Heating
Power
V-Hz
Cooling
Power Consumption
W
Heating
Cooling
Operating Current
A
Heating
Cooling
Power
Power factor
%
Heating
Starting current
A
Length
m
Power cord
Number of core wire
Fuse capacity
A
Outer
Width x Height
mm
Dimension
x Depth
inch
Weight
Liquid
mm x L(MT)
Refrigerant pipe
GAS
mm x L(MT)
Drain hose
D x L(mm)
Size
Compressor Type
Model
Compressor Motor Rated output
Blower
Type
Motor Type
Rated output
W
Heat exchanger
Refrigerant control unit
Freezer oil capacity
Freezer oil Name
Refrigerant to change(R-22)
g(oz)
Protection device
Cooling test Condition
Maximum operation Condition
Air volume
AQ12✳5(6)MC
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Wall-mounting
11500
12500
1.9
7.4
19
8.1
19
41
53
41
53
8.6
9.2
1-208 ~ 230/60
1340
1360
6.1
6.3
95.5
93.8
30
250V-10 / 16A
790 x 245 x 165
762 x 532 x 280
31.1 x 9.6 x 6.5
30 x 20.9 x 11
7.7
34.5
ø6.35 x 5
ø12.7 x 5
ø18 x 2000
Rotary
48A135IV1EL
Cross-flow
Propeller
Resin
steel
15
25
2ROW 12STEP
1ROW 20STEP
CAPILLARY TUBE
410
SUN ISO-4GSDT
800 (28.2)
MRA 12002-9200
AS12✳5(6)MC
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Wall-mounting
11500
1.9
7.4
19
41
53
8.7
1-208 ~ 230/60
1320
6.1
94.1
30
250V-10 / 16A
790 x 245 x 165
762 x 532 x 280
31.1 x 9.6 x 6.5
30 x 20.9 x 11
7.7
34.5
ø6.35 x 5
ø12.7 x 5
ø18 x 2000
Rotary
48AB5IV1EL
Cross-flow
Propeller
Resin
steel
15
25
2ROW 12STEP
1ROW 20STEP
CAPILLARY TUBE
410
SUN ISO-4GSDT
750 (26.5)
MRA 12002-9200
AQ09✳5(6)MA
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Wall-mounting
9000
9500
1.4
6.0
18
6.7
18
38
51
38
51
10.0
10.8
1-115-60
900
880
8.5
8.3
92.0
92.2
30
250V-10 / 16A
790 x 245 x 165
660 x 497 x 235
31.1 x 9.6 x 6.5
26 x 19.6 x 9.3
7.7
28.5
ø6.35 x 5
ø9.52 x 5
ø18 x 2000
Rotary
44B092HW1EL
Cross-flow
Propeller
Resin
steel
15
25
2ROW 12STEP
1ROW 18STEP
CAPILLARY TUBE
360
SUN ISO-4GSDT
650 (22.9)
MRA 12093-12007
INDOOR UNIT : DB27°C WB19°C
INDOOR UNIT : DB32°C WB23°C
AS09A5(6)MA
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Wall-mounting
9000
1.4
6.0
18
38
51
10.0
1-115-60
900
8.5
92.1
30
250V-10 / 16A
790 x 245 x 165
660 x 497 x 235
31.1 x 9.6 x 6.5
26 x 19.6 x 9.3
7.7
28.5
ø6.35 x 5
ø9.52 x 5
ø18 x 2000
Rotary
44B092HW1EL
Cross-flow
Propeller
Resin
steel
15
25
2ROW 12STEP
1ROW 18STEP
CAPILLARY TUBE
360
SUN ISO-4GSDT
600 (21.2)
MRA 12093-12007
AS07A5(6)MA
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Wall-mounting
7500
0.9
5.6
18
35
50
11.0
1-115-60
680
6.4
92.4
30
250V-10 / 16A
790 x 245 x 165
660 x 497 x 235
31.1 x 9.6 x 6.5
26 x 19.6 x 9.3
7.7
28.5
ø6.35 x 5
ø9.52 x 5
ø18 x 2000
Rotary
44A072HW1EB
Cross-flow
Propeller
Resin
steel
15
25
2ROW 12STEP
1ROW 18STEP
CAPILLARY TUBE
260
SONTEX-200LT
600 (21.2)
MRA 98706-12008
Product Specifications
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Product Specifications (cont.)
Model
Item
Type
Cooling
Heating
Dehumiditying
BTU/h
BTU/h
I/h
Cooling
m3/min
Heating
Performance
Cooling
Noise
dB
Heating
Cooling
Energy efficiency ratio
BTU/h W
Heating
Power
V-Hz
Cooling
Power Consumption
W
Heating
Cooling
Operating Current
A
Heating
Cooling
Power
Power factor
%
Heating
Starting current
A
Length
m
Power cord
Number of core wire
Fuse capacity
A
Outer
Width x Height
mm
Dimension
x Depth
inch
Weight
Liquid
mm x L(MT)
Refrigerant pipe
GAS
mm x L(MT)
Drain hose
D x L(mm)
Size
Compressor Type
Motor Model
Compressor
Rated output
Blower
Type
Motor Type
Rated output
W
Heat exchanger
Refrigerant control unit
Freezer oil capacity
Freezer oil Name
Refrigerant to change(R-22)
g(oz)
Protection device
Cooling test Condition
Maximum operation Condition
Air volume
2
Product Specifications
Outdoor unit
Indoor unit
14.0
14.5
48
48
36
36
62
62
10.0
10.0
1-208~230-60
2350
24000
10.5
11.0
97.3
94.9
68
250V-10 / 16A
1080 x 275 x 204
42.5 x 10.8 x 8.0
13
Outdoor unit
Indoor unit
942 x 364 x 655
34.6 x 25.1 x 12.2
63
ø6.35 x 5
ø15.8 x 5
ø18 x 2000
Receipro
H29B26UABCA
Cross-flow
Propeller
steel
steel
40
70
2ROW 15STEP
2ROW 24STEP
CAPILLARY TUBE
SUN ISO-3GS
1650 (58.1)
Internal
14.0
48
-
Outdoor unit
36
62
-
13.5
14.0
46
46
Outdoor unit
Wall-mounting
17500
2.5
30
30
57
57
9.1
10.0
1-208~2 / 230-60
1920
1900
8.8
8.8
94.9
93.9
35
250V-10 / 16A
1080 x 275 x 204
942 x 364 x 655
1080 x 275 x 204
942 x 364 x 655
42.5 x 10.8 x 8.0
34.6 x 25.1 x 12.2
42.5 x 10.8 x 8.0
34.6 x 25.1 x 12.2
13
48
13
62
ø6.35 x 5
ø6.35 x 5
ø12.7 x 5
ø15.8 x 5
ø18 x 2000
ø18 x 2000
Rotary
Receipro
48B190IV1EA
H29B26UABCA
Cross-flow
Propeller
Cross-flow
Propeller
steel
steel
steel
steel
40
35
40
70
2ROW 15STEP
1ROW 24STEP
2ROW 15STEP
2ROW 24STEP
CAPILLARY TUBE
CAPILLARY TUBE
600
SUN ISO-4GSDT
SUN ISO-3GS
1250(44.0)
1500 (52.8)
MRA 12016-9622
Internal
INDOOR UNIT : DB27°C WB19°C
INDOOR UNIT : DB32°C WB23°C
10.0
1-208~230-60
2300
10.5
95.2
68
250V-10 / 16A
Indoor unit
Wall-mounting
17500
19000
2.5
Wall-mounting
23500
3.0
Wall-mounting
23500
24000
3.0
AS18✳5(6)RC
AQ18✳5(6)RC
AS24✳5(6)RC
AQ24✳5(6)RC
Indoor unit
13.5
46
-
30
57
-
10.0
1-208 ~ 230-60
1900
8.6
96.1
35
250V-10 / 16A
1080 x 275 x 204
942 x 364 x 655
42.5 x 10.8 x 8.0
34.6 x 25.1 x 12.2
13
47
ø6.35 x 5
ø15.8 x 5
ø18 x 2000
Receipro
48B190IV1EH
Cross-flow
Propeller
steel
steel
40
35
2ROW 15STEP
1ROW 24STEP
CAPILLARY TUBE
600
SUN ISO-4GSDT
1000 (35.2)
MRA 12016-9622
Product Specifications (cont.)
Model
Item
Type
Cooling
Heating
Dehumiditying
BTU/h(kW)
BTU/h(kW)
I/h
Cooling
m3/min
Heating
Performance
Cooling
Noise
dB
Heating
Cooling
Energy efficiency ratio
BTU/h W
Heating
Power
V-Hz
Cooling
Power Consumption
W
Heating
Cooling
Operating Current
A
Heating
Cooling
Power
Power factor
%
Heating
Starting current
A
Length
m
Power cord
Number of core wire
Fuse capacity
A
Outer
Width x Height
mm
Dimension
x Depth
inch
Weight
Liquid
mm x L(MT)
Refrigerant pipe
GAS
mm x L(MT)
Drain hose
D x L(mm)
Size
Compressor Type
Motor Type
Rated output
Blower
Type
Motor Type
Rated output
W
Heat exchanger
Refrigerant control unit
Freezer oil capacity
Refrigerant to change(R-22)
g
Protection device
Cooling test Condition
Maximum operation Condition
Air volume
AD18A1C2
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Wall-mounting
18000 (5.26)
19000 (5.56)
2.4
7.5
8.2
43
56
43
56
10.58
11.87
1-208 ~ 230-60
1700
1600
7.8
7.4
99.0
98.2
30
250V-10 / 16A
815 x 298 x 182
787 x 620 x 320
32.08 x 11.73 x 7.16 30.98 x 24.41 x 12.60
9.6
56
6.35 x 5
9.52 x 5
18 x 2000
Rotary
Cross-flow
Propeller
Resin
steel
40
30
2ROW 12STEP
2ROW 24STEP
CAPILLARY TUBE
360
A : 920, B : 920
MRA 12032-12008
AM26A1C2
AM18A1C2
AD26A1C2
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Wall-mounting
Wall-mounting
Wall-mounting
25000 (7.32)
18000 (5.26)
25000 (7.32)
27000 (7.90)
3.6
2.4
3.6
8.5
7.5
8.5
9.2
47
60
43
53
47
60
43
53
47
60
9.69
10.46
9.54
9.64
1-208 ~ 230-60
1-208 ~ 230-60
1-208 ~ 230-60
2580
1720
2620
2800
11.8
8.0
12.2
13.0
95.0
93.4
97.6
97.9
30
30
30
250V-10 / 16A
250V-10 / 16A
250V-10 / 16A
815 x 298 x 182
1000 x 790 x 310
815 x 298 x 182
787 x 620 x 320
815 x 298 x 182
1000 x 790 x 310
32.08 x 11.73 x 7.16
39.37 x 31.1 x 12.20
32.08 x 11.73 x 7.16
30.98 x 24.41 x 12.6
32.08 x 11.73 x 7.16
39.37 x 31.1 x 12.20
9.6
67
9.6
56
9.6
69
6.35 x 5
6.35 x 5
6.35 x 5
12.7 x 5
9.52 x 5
12.7 x 5
18 x 2000
18 x 2000
18 x 2000
Rotary
Rotary
Rotary
Cross-flow
Propeller
Cross-flow
Propeller
Cross-flow
Propeller
Resin
steel
Resin
steel
Resin
steel
40
70
40
30
40
70
2ROW 12STEP
2ROW 24STEP
2ROW 12STEP
2ROW 30STEP
2ROW 12STEP
2ROW 24STEP
CAPILLARY TUBE
CAPILLARY TUBE
CAPILLARY TUBE
410
360
410
A : 850, B :800
A : 790, B : 790
A : 920, B : 920
MRA 12002-9200
MRA 12032-12008
MRA 12002-9200
INDOOR UNIT : DB26.7˚C WB19.4˚C, OUTDOOR UNIT : DB35.0˚C WB23.9˚C
INDOOR UNIT : DB26.7˚C WB19.4˚C, OUTDOOR UNIT : DB46.1˚C WB23.9˚C
AM27A1C3
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Wall-mounting
27000 (7.91)
3.6
A : 8.5, B/C : 6.5
A : 47, B/C : 40
59
10.62
1-208 ~ 230-60
2540
11.8
93.6
30
250V-10 / 16A
815 x 298 x 182
1000 x 790 x 310
32.08 x 11.73 x 7.16
9.37 x 31.1 x 12.20
9.6
70
6.35 x 5
A : 12.7 x 5, B/C : 9.52 x 5
18 x 2000
Rotary
Cross-flow
Propeller
Resin
steel
40
70
2ROW 12STEP
2ROW 30STEP
CAPILLARY TUBE
410
A : 850, B : 1000
MRA 12002-9200
Product Specifications
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1 Selecting Area for Installation
1
Installation Overview
♦ Select the installation place and caution
Preparation
of tools
Visit
- Greet with a kind smile when visiting.
- Explain the purpose of visit correctly and sincerely.
- Use polite and sincere language.
- Always be friendly.
Selection of
installation place
- Try to accept the location that the customer suggests.
- It is not feasible, explain the reasons such as
a decrease in efficiency, excessive line length, etc.
- Make sure that a proper installation site is selected.
- The installation charge according to the installation option
should be discussed in advance.
Installation work
- Installation should be done swiftly and correctly.
- During installation, care must be taken for the safety
of the installer and customer.
- Clean the surroundings after installation.
Customer
request
- Customer satisfaction first
- If a customer’s request is not reasonable, persuade
the customer without hurting his/her feeling.
- Always be king to the customer.
Initial operation
method
4
Prepare installation tools and refrigerant.
Selecting Area for Installation
- Gas leak inspection and initial operation should be done.
- Correct any problems encountered.
- Explain the operation procedures in detail
but try not to use technical terms.
(Explain with reference to operation manual.)
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1-1. Indoor Unit
1. Make sure that you install the indoor unit in an area providing good ventilation.
It must not be blocked by an obstacle affecting the airflow near the air inlet and
the air outlet.
2. Make sure that you install the indoor unit in an area allowing good air handling
and endurance of vibration of the indoor unit.
3. Make sure that you install the indoor unit in an area where there is no source
of heat or vapor nearby.
4. Make sure that you install the indoor unit in an area from which hot or cool air is
spread evenly in a room.
5. Make sure that you install the indoor unit in an area away from TVs, audio units,
cordless phones, fluorescent lighting fixtures and other electrical appliances
(at least 3 1/4 ft).
6. Make sure that you install the indoor unit in an area which provides easy pipe
connection with the outdoor unit, and easy drainage for condensed water.
7. Make sure that you install the indoor unit in an area which is large enough to
accomodate the measurements shown in the figure on the next page.
Caution :
It is harmful to the air conditioner if it is used in the following environments: greasy areas
(including areas near machines), salty areas such as coast areas, areas where sulfuric gas
is present such as hot spring areas. Contact your dealer for advice.
Selecting Area for Installation
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1-2. Outdoor Unit
1. Make sure that you install the outdoor unit in area not exposed to the rain or direct
sun light.(Install a separate sunblind if exposed to direct sun light.)
2. Make sure that you install the outdoor unit in area allowing the good air moment, not
amplifying noise or vibration, especially to avoid disturbing neighbours.
(Fix the unit firmly if it is mounted in a high place.)
3. Make sure that you install the outdoor unit in area providing the good ventilation and
which is not dusty. It must not be blocked by any obstacle affecting the airflow near
the air inlet and the air outlet.
4. Make sure that you install the outdoor unit in area free from animals or plants.
5. Make sure that you install the outdoor unit in area not blocking the traffic.
6. Make sure that you install the outdoor unit in area easy to drain condensed water
from the indoor unit.
7. Make sure that you install the outdoor unit in area which provides easy connection
within the maximum allowable length of a coolant pipe.
MODEL
Amount of refrigerant to be added
7K
0.21(oz/ft)
9K
0.21(oz/ft)
12K
0.32(oz/ft)
18K
0.32(oz/ft)
21K
0.43(oz/ft)
Maximum allowable length
49.2(ft)
49.2(ft)
65.6(ft)
8. Make sure that you install the outdoor unit in an area which is large enough to
accommodate the measurements shown in figure on the next page.
1-3. Remote Control Unit
1. Make sure that you install the remote control unit in an area free from obstacles such
as curtains etc, which may block signals from the remote control unit.
2. Make sure that you install the remote control unit in an area not exposed to
direct sunlight, and where there is no source of heat.
3. Make sure that you install the remote control unit in an area away from TVs, audio
units, cordless phones, fluorescent lighting fixtures and other electrical appliances
(at least 3.25 ft.).
6
Selecting Area for Installation
2 Installation
❋ The designs and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Respect the clearances and maximum lengths indicated in the diagram below when installing the unit.
Model
AQ(AS)✳✳A✳MC(A)
AD(AM)✳✳A1C2
AM27A1C3
Remark
C-unit
7,000 Btu/h(2.05kW)
B-unit
30 mm(1inch)
or more
125 mm
(5inch)
or more
30 mm(1inch)
or more
A-unit
125 mm
(5inch)
or more
Layout
125 mm
(5inch)
or more
600 mm
(24inch)
minimum
A
B
H
(maximum)
L(maximum)
600 mm
(24inch)
minimum
100 mm
(4inch)
minimum
600 mm
(24inch)
minimum
125 mm
(5inch)
or more
H
(maximum)
600 mm
(24inch)
minimum
100 mm
(4inch)
minimum
350 mm
(14inch)
minimum
A-unit
12,000 Btu/h(3.51kW)
30 mm(1inch)
or more
125mm
(5inch)
or more
L(maximum)
100 mm
(4inch)
minimum
100 mm
(4inch)
minimum
125mm
(5inch)
or more
H
(maximum)
600 mm
(24inch)
minimum
B-unit
7,000 Btu/h(2.05kW)
A
100 mm
(4inch)
minimum
350 mm
(14inch)
minimum
600 mm
(24inch)
minimum
B
L(maximum)
100 mm
(4inch)
minimum
A
350mm
(14inch)
minimum
B
C
Circuit breaker
(20A)
Capacitor
Power Source
Power Cable
Connection Cable(inch)
(BTU/h)
(ph-V-Hz)
(V/A)
9000
0.0015x5G
-
(A)
(Inch)
Liquid
Gas
Recommand Length(ft)(mm)
L : Allowable Length(ft)(m)
H : Allowable Height(ft)(m)
Additional Refrigerant
(oz/ft)
Installation Spaces
IndoorUnit(Long) mm(inch)
(Width) mm(inch)
Outdoor Unit(Long) mm(inch)
(Width) mm(inch)
12000
1-115-60
H/P
C/O
Circuit Breaker
Drain Hose Length
Pipes
Size(inch)
7000
0.0015x3G
Main power switch
Circuit breaker
(20A)
18000
24000
1-208/230-60
0.0038x3G
0.0015x4G
0.0015x5G
0.0011x2G
0.0011x2G
0.0015x5G
0.0015x4G
0.0011x6G
18000
Main Power switch
26000
Circuit breaker
(20A)
Main power switch
220V-240V~, 60Hz
0.0038x3G
0.0038x3G
27000
1-208/230-60
0.0038x3G
0.0015x4G
0.0015x4G
-
0.0015x5G
0.0015x5G
0.0015x4G
78.7
78.7
78.7
1-208/230-60
78.7
1/4
3/8
16.4(5)
49.2(15)
23.0(7)
0.21(20g)
1/4
3/8
16.4(5)
49.2(15)
23.0(7)
0.21(20g)
1/4
1/2
16.4(5)
49.2(15)
23.0(7)
0.32(30g)
1/4
1/2
16.4(5)
49.2(15)
23.0(7)
0.32(30g)
1/4
5/8
16.4(5)
65.6(20)
26.2(8)
0.43(40g)
A-ROOM=B ROOM=1/4
A-ROOM=B ROOM=3/8
16.4(5)
49.2(15)
23.0(7)
0.21(20g)
A-ROOM=B ROOM=1/4
A-ROOM=B ROOM=1/2
16.4(5)
49.2(15)
23.0(7)
0.32(30g)
A-ROOM=B-ROOM=C=ROOM=1/4
A-ROOM=1/2, B-ROOM=C-ROOM=3/8
16.4(5)
49.2(15)
23.0(7)
A-ROOM=0.32(30g) B-ROOM=C-ROOM=0.21(20g)
790(31.1)
245(9.6)
660(26)
497(19.6)
790(31.1)
245(9.6)
660(26)
497(19.6)
790(31.1)
245(9.6)
762(30)
532(20.9)
1080(42.5)
275(10.8)
942(34.6)
364(25.1)
1080(42.5)
275(10.8)
942(34.6)
364(25.1)
815(32.08)
298(11.73)
787(30.98)
620(24.4)
815(32.08)
298(11.73)
1000(39.37)
790(31.1)
815(32.08)
298(11.73)
1000(39.37)
790(31.1)
Installation
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3 Installation Diagram
1
Deciding on where to Install the Air Conditioner
" Split type
A Indoor unit gas leak test check point
Indoor unit
B Drain hose installation
Cut the piping hole
sloped
Cut theslightly
piping hole
3
sloped slightly
1
Piping
Vinyl tape
2
Piping may be laid to the rear, left,
right or down.
Left
Right
30mm(1inch) or more
Rear
Rear
Down
Wrap the refrigerant pipes and the drain
hose up in the absorbent pad and the
vinyl tape.
125mm
(5inch)
or more
125mm
(5inch)
or more
A
Triple wind the pipes and hose to the
end of the indoor unit with the absorbent
pad (make intervals of 0.75 inch)
B
“H” feet maximum.
600mm(24inch)
or more
Model
L
H
7K
49.2
23
9K
49.2
23
12K
49.2
23
18K
49.2
26.2
24K
65.6
26.2
18K Multi
49.2
23
26K Multi
49.2
23
27K Multi
49.2
23
100mm(4inch)
or more
“L” feet maximum.
100mm(4inch)
or more
350mm(14inch)
or more
600mm(24inch)
or more
* The designs and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Fixing the Installation Plate
Installation plate
H
1. Determine the position of the pipe and drain hose
hole refering to the right figure and drill the hole with
an inner diameter of 2.5 inch so that it slants
slightly downwards.
ø
)
65 inch
6
.5
(2
2. If you are fixing the indoor unit to a… Then follow Steps…
Wall
3.
Window frame
4 to 6.
AQ(S)✴✴A6MC(A)
Unit : mm(inch)
60 (2
3
8)
3. Fix the installation plate to the wall in a manner
appropriate to the weight of the indoor unit.
252 (10)
3
30 (116 )
If you are mounting the plate on a concrete wall with
anchor bolts, anchor bolts must not project by more
than 0.79 inch.
275 (11)
90 (3
5
8
)
140 (5
AQ(S)✴✴A✴RC
1
2
)
3
60 (2 8 )
255 (10)
3
4
)
3
45 (1 4 )
325 (12
512 (20)
415 (16
3
8
)
4. Determine the position of the wooden uprights to
be attached to the window frame.
5. Attach the wooden uprights to the window frame in
a manner appropriate to the weight of the indoor unit.
6. Using tapped screws, attach the installation plate to
the wooden uprights, as illustrated in the last figure
opposite.
Single
3
Model
AQ(S)✳✳A6MC(A)
AQ(S)✳✳A✳RC
H
30mm(1.2inch)
45mm(1.8inch)
Multi
16.1~28.7
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Model
AD✳✳A1C✳
AM✳✳A1C✳
H
Purging the Unit
On delivery, the indoor unit is loaded with an inert gas. All this gas must therefore be purged
before connecting the assembly piping. To purge the inert gas, proceed as follows.
Unscrew the caps at the end of each pipe.
Result All inert gas escapes from the indoor unit.
◆ To prevent dirt or foreign objects from getting into the
pipes during installation, do NOT remove the caps
completely until you are ready to connect the piping.
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Connecting the Assembly Cable
The indoor unit is powered from the outdoor unit via the assembly cable. If the outdoor unit is
more than 16.4 ft away from the indoor unit, the cable must first be extended to a maximum
of 49.2 ft. (65.6 ft for AQ24A2RC)
1
Extend the assembly cable if necessary.
2
Open the front grille by pulling on the tabs on the lower right and left sides of the indoor unit.
3
Remove the screw securing the connector cover.
4
Pass the assembly cable through the rear of the indoor unit and connect the
assembly cable to terminals.
➢ Each wire is labelled with the corresponding terminal number.
5
Pass the other end of the cable through a 2.5 inch dia. hole in the wall.
6
Replace the connector cover, carefully tightening the screw.
7
Close the front grille.
8
Remove the screw securing the connector cover on the outdoor unit.
9
Connect the other end of the assembly cable to terminal of the outdoor unit.
10
10
Replace the connector cover on the outdoor unit.
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4-1. Connecting the Assembly Cable for the Heat pump model
✴✴09/12✴✴
✴✴18✴✴
Indoor unit
12
23
3
N
L4
E
1
2
3
N
L
E
Outdoor unit N
L
1
2
3
E
N1 1L1
✴✴24✴✴
Indoor unit
Earth
Outdoor unit
terminal
4
E
2
4
E
2
4
E
N1 L1
1
2
N1
L1
1
N1
L1
1
3
Indoor unit
Earth
terminal
N1 L1
1
2
3
4
E
N1
L1
1
2
3
4
E
Outdoor unit N1
L1
1
2
3
4
E
Indoor unit N1 L1 1
2
3
4
E
Earth
terminal
4-2. Connecting the Assembly Cable for the cooling only models
✴✴07/09/12✴✴
Indoor unit N1 1L1 12
✴✴18✴✴
23
1
N
Outdoor unit
L
1
3N
4L
E
N
L
E
✴✴24✴✴
Indoor unit N1 L1 1
2
E
Earth
Outdoor unit
terminal
3
4
E
N1
L1
1
2
E
N1
L1
1
2
E
Earth
terminal
Outdoor unit
N1
L1
1
2
3
E
N1
L1
1
2
3
E
Earth
terminal
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4-3. Connecting the Assembly Cable for the Multi Type models
Model
Diagram
Indoor
unit
AD18A1C2
AD26A1C2
3 2
COM N
1
L
E
L
N
E
E
COM
N1
3 2
COM N
1
L
E
L
N
E
COM
N1
E
Outdoor
unit
2(N)
1(L)
3(COM)
2(N)
1(L)
E
3(COM)
2(N)
1(L)
Circuit Breaker
Indoor
unit
AM18A1C2
AM26A1C2
E
4
3 2(N) 1(L)
4
3 2(N) 1(L)
E
E
4
3
4
3
E
N
L
E
4
Outdoor
unit
3
N
4(FAN) 3(COMP)
L
2(N)
1(N)
3
N
L
N
L
E
E
4
3(COMP) 4(FAN)
2(N)
1(L)
Circuit Breaker
5
5
Outdoor
unit
OUTDOOR
TERMINAL
BLOCK
12
Installation Diagram
2(N)
1(L)
2(N)
C(COM) B(COM)
2(N)
1(L)
A(COM)
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
G
4
4
2(N)
3
3
1(L)
2
2
G
1
1
1(L)
5
5
2(N)
4
4
"A" UNIT
3(COM)
AM27A1C3
3
3
G
2
2
"B" UNIT
3(COM)
1(L)
1
1
2(N)
2(N)
G
1(L)
OUTDOOR
AC-INPUT
3(COM)
"C" UNIT
Indoor
unit
INDOOR
UNIT
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4-4. Checking Correct Earthing
If the power distribution circuit does not have an earth or the earth does not comply with
specifications, an earthing electrode must be installed. The corresponding accessories are not
supplied with the airconditioner.
1
Select an earthing electrode that complies with the specifications given in the illustration opposite.
2
Determine a suitable location for the earthing electrode:
◆ In damp hard soil rather than loose sandy or gravel soil that has a higher earthing resistance
◆ Away from underground structures or facilities, such as gas pipes, water pipes, telephone
lines and underground cables
◆ At least two metres away from a lightening conductor earthing electrode and its cable
➢ The earthing wire for the telephone line cannot be used to earth the air conditioner.
3
Dig a hole of the size indicated in the illustration opposite, drive the earthing electrode into
position and cover the top of the electrode with the excavated soil.
4
Install a green/yellow insulated earthing wire (Ø 0.06 inch, section 0.003in2 or greater):
◆ If the earthing wire is too short, connect an extension lead, soldering the connection and
wrapping it with insulating tape(do not bury the soldered connection)
◆ Secure the earthing wire in position with staples
➢
If the earthing electrode is installed in an area of heavy traffic, its wire must be
connected securely.
5
Carefully check the installation, by measuring the earthing resistance with an earthing resistance tester. If the resistance is above the required level, drive the earthing electrode deeper
into the ground or increase the number of earthing electrodes.
6
Connect the earthing wire to the earthing screw on the air conditioner.
20in
Carbon
plastic
Steel
core
PVC-insulated green/
yellow wire, 0.003in2 x 11.6ft
12in
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To
earthing
screw
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Installing and Connecting the Indoor Unit Drain Hose
Care must be taken when installing the drain hose for the indoor unit to ensure that any
condensation water is correctly drained outside. When passing the drain hose through
the 2.5in hole drilled in the wall, check that none of the following situations occur.
2in less
The hose must
NOT slope
upwards.
The end of the drain
hose must NOT be
placed in water.
Do NOT bend the
hose in different
directions.
Keep a clearance of at
least 2in between the
end of the hose and
the ground.
Do NOT place the
end of the drain
hose on the bottom
of ditch.
To install the drain hose, proceed as follows
1. If necessary, connect the 6.5 ft extension to the
drain hose.
2. If you are using the extension, insulate the inside
part of the extension drain hose with a shield.
3. Pass the drain hose under the refrigerant piping,
taking care to keep the drain hose tight.
4. Pass the drain hose through the hole in the wall,
making sure that it is sloping downwards, as shown
in the illustrations above.
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Shield
Drain hose
Extension drain hose
The hose will be fixed permanently into
position once the whole installation has been
tested for gas leaks; refer to page 33 for
further details.
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Flare Modification
TOOLS USED
FLARE MODIFICATION PROCEDURE
1. Cut the pipe using a pipe cutter.
Oblique Roughness Burr
90
2. Remove burrs at the tip of the pipe cut.
Pipe
Reamer
Burrs not removed may result in
Caution leakage of gas.
3. Insert a flare nut into the pipe and modify flare.
D
A
Outer diameter
A
ø6.35(ø0.25in)
1.3mm(0.05inch)
ø9.52(ø0.37in)
1.7mm(0.07inch)
ø12.7(ø0.5in)
2.0mm(0.08inch)
ø15.88(ø0.62in)
2.2mm(0.09inch)
* Improper flaring
Inclined Surface Cracked
damaged
Uneven
thickness
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Air-Purge Procedure
The outdoor unit is loaded with sufficient R-22 refrigerant for 16.4 ft of piping. The air in the indoor unit
and in the pipe must be purged. If air remains in the refrigeration pipes, it will affect the compressor,
reduce to cooling/heating capacity and could lead to a malfuction. Refrigerant for air purging is not
charged in the outdoor unit. Use Vacuum Pump as shown at the figure.
1. Connect each assembly pipe to the appropriate valve on
the outdoor unit and tighten the flare nut.
2. Referring to the illustration opposite, tighten the flare nut
first manually and then with a wrench, applying the
following torque.
Pipe
Outer Diameter
Liquid refrigerant
Gas refrigerant
Gas refrigerant
Gas refrigerant
0.25in
0.37in
0.5in
0.62in
Torque(lb.in)
Outdoor unit
Indoor unit
A
Gas pipe side C
B
Liquid pipe side D
139
260
434
608
3. Connect the charging hose of low pressure side of
manifold gauge to the packed valve having a service
port as shown at the figure.
4. Open the valve of the low pressure side of manifold gauge
counterclockwise.
5. Purge the air from the system using vacuum pump for
about 10 minutes.
◆ Close the valve of the low pressure side of manifold gauge
clockwise.
◆ Make sure that pressure gauge show -0.1MPa(-0.98atm)
after about 10minutes.
This procedure is very important in order to avoid gas leak.
◆ Turn off the vacuum pump
◆ Remove the hose of the low pressure side of manifold gauge.
6. Set valve cork of both liquid side and gas side of packed
valve to the open position.
Vacuum
Pump
B
(liquid)
A
(gas)
7. Mount the valve stem nuts and the service port cap to the
valve, and tighten them at the torque of 159.3 lb.in with a
torque wrench.
8. Check for gas leakage.
◆ At this time, especially check for gas leakage from 3-way
valve’s stem nuts, and from the service port cap.
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Valve stem
Stem cap
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Refrigerant Refill
• Refill an air-conditioner with refrigerant when refrigerant has been leaked at installing or using operation.
1. Purge air(for new installation only).
2. Turn the 3-way valve clockwise to close,
connect the pressure gauge(low
pressure side) to the service valve, and
open the 3-way valve again.
Press this ON/OFF
Switch for 5sec.
Then, the Air
Conditioner will
operate at rating
speed.
3. Connect the tank to refill with Refrigerant
4. Set the unit to Low pressure checking mode.
* Press the ON/OFF switch for 5 second.
*All lamps blink on the indoor unit.
5. Check the pressure indicated by the
pressure gauge(low pressure side).
* Refer to Low pressure graph.
6. Open the refrigerant tank and fill with refrigerant until the rated pressure is reached.
* It is recommended not to put the
refrigerant in too quickly, but gradually
while operating a pressure valve.
Suspension hook
High
pressure
gauge
Compound
gauge
Hand
wheel
Finger tight
fittings
For mounting
when not
in use.
Connected to
high pressure
side
Charging
line
7. Stop operation of the air conditioner.
8. Close the 3-way valve, disconnect the
pressure gauge, and open the 3-way
valve again.
R-22
9. Close the cap of each valve.
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Refrigerant Adjustment
Class
Connection
Pipe Length
Standard
16.4ft
At installation
At service
Air-Purge
Method
Refrigerant
Adjustment
Refer to the
detailed Air-Purge
Procedure
Unnecessary
Max.
~49.2ft
(AQ24A2RC : 65.6ft)
Add “A” of refrigerant
(R-22) for every 1m(1ft).
To meet the specifications such as cooling and heating
capacity, sound level, vibration, and reliability, piping of
standard length or less should be used.
Air-Purge
Method
Purge air using a
vacuum pump
or an additional
refrigerant cylinder.
Refrigerant
Quantity
refer to
specification sheet
Add “A” of refrigerant
(R-22) for every 1m(1ft).
MODEL
“A”
“B”
AQ(S)✳✳A6M
20g/m(0.21oz/ft)
7m(23ft)
AQ(S)12A6MC
30g/m(0.32oz/ft)
7m(23ft)
AQ(S)18A6RC
30g/m(0.32oz/ft) 8m(26.2ft)
AQ(S)24A2RC
40g/m(0.43oz/ft) 8m(26.2ft)
❇ Additional refrigerant should be added according to the chart above.
Lack of refrigerant can result in decreased cooling or heating capacity, and compressor failure.
❇ Then vertical rise or fall of refrigerant line should not exceed “B” above.
❇ When the connection pipe is extended longer than 16.4 ft, it might be necessary to increase
the diameter of electric wires to prevent the voltage during the start-up from falling below
85% of the rated voltage. Check the voltage drop using a volt meter.
10 Flare Nut Fixing Torque
Outer diameter
18
Torque (lb.in)
Fixing Torque
Final Torque
ø 0.25 in
(Liquid Side)
139
174
ø 0.37 in
(Gas Side)
260
304
ø 0.5 in
(Gas Side)
434
477
ø 0.62 in
(Gas Side)
608
651
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“Pump down” Procedure
Pump down shall be carried out when an evaporator is replaced or when the unit is relocated.
1. Remove the caps from the 2-way
valve and the 3-way valve.
2. Turn the 3-way valve clockwise to
close and connect a pressure gauge
(low pressure side) to the service valve,
and open the 3-way valve again.
3. Set the unit to cool operation mode.
(Check if the compressor is operating.)
4. Turn the 2-way valve clockwise to close.
3-Way Valve
5. When the pressure gauge indicates "0"
turn the 3-way valve clockwise to close.
2-Way Valve
6. Stop operation of the air conditioner.
7. Close the cap of each valve.
Relocation of the air conditioner
Refer to this procedure when the unit is relocated.
1. Carry out the pump down procedure
(refer to the details of 'pump down').
2. Remove the power cord.
3. Disconnect the assembly cable from the indoor
and outdoor units.
4. Remove the flare nut connecting the indoor unit
and the pipe.
At this time, cover the pipe of the indoor unit
and the other pipe using a cap or vinyl plug to
avoid foreign material entering.
5. Disconnect the pipe connected to the
outdoor unit.
At this time, cover the valve of the outdoor
unit and the other pipe using a cap or vinyl
plug to avoid foreign material entering.
6. Make sure you do not bend the connection
pipes in the middle and store together with
the cables.
7. Move the indoor and outdoor units to a new
location.
8. Remove the mounting plate for the indoor
unit and move it to a new location.
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4 Performing Leak Tests
Before completing the installation (insulation of the cables,
hose and piping and fixing of the indoor unit to the
installation plate), you must check that there are no gas leaks.
To check for gas leaks on the...
Then, using a leak detector,
check the...
Indoor unit
Flare nuts at the end of
sections C and D.
Outdoor unit
20
Performing Leak Tests
Valves on sections A and B.
C
D
A
B
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5 Placing the Indoor Unit in Position
Once you have checked that there are no leaks in the system, you can insulate the piping,
hose and cables and place the indoor unit on the installation plate.
1. To avoid condensation problems, place heat-resistant
polyethylene foam separately around each refrigerant
pipe in the lower part of the indoor unit.
2. Wind insulating tape around the pipes, assembly cable
and drain hose.
3. Place the resulting bundle carefully in the lower part
of the indoor unit, making sure that it does not jut out
from the rear of the indoor unit.
4. Hook the indoor unit up to the installation plate and
move the unit to the right and left until you are sure
that it is securely to place in.
Installation
plate
5. Finish wrapping insulating tape around the rest of the
piping leading to the outdoor unit.
6. Using clamps (optionally supplied), attach the piping to
the wall wherever possible.
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6 Checking and Testing Operations
1
Split type
To complete the installation, perform the following checks and tests to ensure that
the air conditioner is operating correctly.
1
Review all the following elements in the installation:
◆
◆
◆
◆
◆
◆
◆
2
Installation site strength
Piping connection tightness to detect any gas leakages
Connection wiring
Heat-resistant insulation of the piping
Drainage
Earthing wire connection
Correct operations (follow the steps below)
Press the On/Off button.
Result
3
Press the
Result
4
◆ The indicator lights on the indoor unit flash at
half-second intervals.
◆ While the indoor unit opens, the indoor unit fan
runs to start.
◆ The outdoor unit operates in cooling or heating
mode as following the room temperature.
Air flow direction
button and check that the air
flow blades work properly.
◆ Press the
22
button.
Checking and Testing Operation
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Mulity Unit (2-Room, 3-Room)
To complete the installation, perform the following checks
and tests to ensure that the air conditioner is operating
correctly.
UNITÀ INTERNA
1
Pulsante della selezione (A, B, C unità)
INDOOR UNIT
Review all the following elements in the installation:
◆ Installation site strength
◆ Piping connection tightness to detect any gas leakages
◆ Connection wiring
◆ Heat-resistant insulation of the piping
◆ Drainage
◆ Earthing wire connection
◆ Correct operations(follow the steps below)
◆ Room select switch in the indoor unit
Room NO
A/R
B/R
2
Pulsante del selezione
1(#19)
2(#20)
A unit
L
L
A unit
L
H
B unit
H
H
C unit
H
L
Apply the power to the outdoor unit.
- Check the fuse(250V~, 5A): The fuse is open when the power
line (L,N)
is short.
Room select switch(A, B unit)
ROOM NO
A unit
ROOM select switch
A/R
B unit
B/R
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7 Refrigerant Cycle Block Diagram
1
Heat pump
INDOOR UNIT
OUTDOOR UNIT
Capillary tube
T1
2-way valve
Heat
exchanger
(Evaporator)
Propeller fan
Cross fan
Liquid side
Heat
exchanger
(Condenser)
T2
Gas side
3-way valve
Cooling
Compressor
Gas leak check point
❇Note : The check valve is not applied to UQ09A6MA.
Refrigerating cycle temperature and pressure
STD Pressure
MODEL
Operating Condition
3-Way Valve
Use Temp. Condition(°F)
Indoor
T1
T2
Outdoor
DB
WB
DB
WB
75
Standard
70~74
48~53
48~53
80
67
95
Max over load
-
60~64
60~64
80
67
115
75
AQ09A6MA
Low temp
-
34~39
34~39
67
57
67
57
AQ12A6MC
Standard
248~287
99~110
134~155
70
60
47
43
Cooling
Heating
Cooling
AQ24A2RC
Heating
Cooling
AQ18A6RC
Heating
24
Piping Temp(°F)
(psi)
Max over load
100~109
140~160
80
-
75
65
Low temp
85~95
107~120
70
60
35
33
Standard
57~71
46~54
46~54
80
67
95
75
Max over load
-
-
-
80
67
115
75
Low temp
-
-
-
67
57
67
57
Standard
270~327
90~97
140~158
70
60
47
43
Max over load
-
-
-
80
-
75
65
Low temp
-
-
-
70
60
35
33
Standard
64~78
46~54
46~54
80
67
95
75
Max over load
-
-
-
80
67
115
75
Low temp
-
-
-
67
57
67
57
Standard
270~327
90~97
140~158
70
60
47
43
Max over load
-
-
-
80
-
75
65
Low temp
-
-
-
70
60
35
33
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Cooling Only
INDOOR UNIT
OUTDOOR UNIT
Capillary tube
T1
2-way valve
Heat
exchanger
(Evaporator)
Propeller fan
Liquid side
Cross fan
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Heat
exchanger
(Condenser)
T2
Gas side
3-way valve
Cooling
Compressor
Gas leak check point
Refrigerating cycle temperature and pressure
STD Pressure
MODEL
Operating Condition
(psi)
Piping Temp(°F)
T1
AS09A6MA
Cooling
AS12A6MC
AS24A2RC
AS18A6RC
Cooling
Cooling
Indoor
T2
3-Way Valve
AS07A6MA
Use Temp. Condition(°F)
Outdoor
DB
WB
DB
WB
Standard
64~78
50~54
50~54
50
67
95
75
Max over load
-
61~64
61~64
80
67
115
75
Low temp
-
34~39
34~39
67
57
67
57
Standard
57~71
46~54
46~54
80
67
95
75
Max over load
-
-
-
80
67
115
75
Low temp
-
-
-
67
57
67
57
Standard
64~78
50~54
50~54
80
67
95
75
Max over load
-
-
-
80
67
115
75
Low temp
-
-
-
67
57
67
57
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Multi-Type
3-1. AD26A1C2 & AD18A1C2
INDOOR UNIT
OUTDOOR UNIT
2Way valve
T1
(A)
Check valve
(B)
Liquid side
Capillary tube
Capillary tube
Propeller fan
Cross fan
Cross fan
Heat
exchanger
(Evaporator)
Heat
exchanger
(Condenser)
Gas side
Compressor-B
T2
Compressor-A
3Way valve
4Way valve
Refrigerating cycle temperature and pressure
STD Pressure
Operating Condition
Piping Temp.(°F)
(psi)
Indoor
T1
Cooling
Heating
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Outdoor
T2
3-WAY V/V
Standard
Temp. Condition (°F)
DB
WB
DB
WB
57-71
50-54
50-54
80
67
95
75
Max over load
-
61-64
61-64
80
67
115
75
Low temp.
-
34-39
34-39
67
57
67
57
Standard
242-284
90-97
140-158
70
60
47
43
Max over load
-
97-104
149-167
80
-
75
65
Deice
-
82-90
104-113
70
60
35
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3-2. AM26A1C2 & AM18A1C2
INDOOR UNIT
OUTDOOR UNIT
T1
(A)
2-way valve
Capillary tube
Liquid side
(B)
Propeller fan
Cross fan
Cross fan
Heat
exchanger
(Condenser)
Compressor-B
Heat
exchanger
(Evaporator)
T2
Gas side
3-way valve
Cooling
Gas leak
check point
Compressor-A
Refrigerating cycle temperature and pressure
STD Pressure
Operating Condition
Piping Temp.(°F)
(psi)
Indoor
T1
Cooling
Outdoor
T2
3-WAY V/V
Standard
Use Temp. Condition (°F)
DB
WB
DB
WB
64~78
50~54
50~54
80
67
95
75
Max over load
-
61~64
61~64
80
67
115
75
Low temp.
-
34~39
34~39
67
57
67
57
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3-3. AM27A1C3
OUTDOOR UNIT
INDOOR UNIT
Refrigerating cycle temperature and pressure
STD Pressure
Operating Condition
Piping Temp.(°F)
(psi)
Indoor
T1
Cooling
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Outdoor
T2
3-WAY V/V
Standard
Use Temp. Condition (°F)
DB
WB
DB
WB
64~78
50~54
50~54
80
67
95
75
Max over load
-
61~64
61~64
80
67
115
75
Low temp.
-
34~39
34~39
67
57
67
57
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4-way valve gas circulation schematic in heating operation
α
β
Evaporator
Heat
discharge
Heat intake
Condenser
1.
2.
3.
4.
Capillary tube
In heating operation, pull the needle valve by supplying the power (220V)
to the solenoide.
In this time, the gas flow to !, discharge to ! and intake α part of
4 way by the pipe connected D part, and reverse the flow direction of compressor discharge gas by pulling the needle valve of inner.
The gas discharged in compressor flow to A part of 4-way and the high
temperature and pressure gas flow to evaporator by discharging to B part so
it is heated.
The gas discharged in evaporator reduce the pressure through the capillary
tube, it is evaporate by flowing to condenser, flow to C part of 4 way, and
discharge to D part so it is heated
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8 Features & Operation
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Operating Recommendations
Here are a few recommendations that you should follow when using your air conditioner.
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Topic
Recommendation
Heating performances
The heat pump absorbs heat from outside air and brings it
indoors. If the temperature of the outside air drops, the air
conditioner will heat less. If you find that the room is not warm
enough, use an additional heating appliance.
Warm air circulation
The air conditioner circulates warm air to heat your room; as a
result, some time will be required after starting the air conditioner
to warm the entire room. If necessary, set the air conditioner
going a short time before you wish to use the room.
Frost
When outside temperatures are low and humidity is high, frost
may form in the outdoor unit when heating with your air conditioner.
If this happens:
◆ The heating operation is stopped.
◆ The Deice mode is triggered automatically for about seven
minutes
◆ The OPERATION indicator on the indoor unit lights up red.
No intervention is required from you; after about seven
minutes, the air conditioner starts operating again normally.
High indoor and outdoor
temperatures
If both the indoor and outdoor temperatures are high and
you select the Heat mode, the outdoor unit’s fan and
compressor may stop at times. This is normal; simply wait
until the air conditioner switches on again.
Power failure
If a power failure occurs when the air conditioner is operating,
the unit is switched off. When the power returns, you must press
(On/Off) to restart it.
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Temperature and Humidity Ranges
The following table indicates the temperature and humidity ranges within which the air
conditioner can be used.
If the air conditioner is used at...
Then...
High temperatures
The automatic protection feature may be triggered and
the air conditioner stopped.
Low temperatures
A water leakage or some other malfunction may
happen if the heat exchanger freezes.
High humidity levels
Water may condense on and drip from the surface of
the indoor unit if it is used for long periods.
Mode
Outdoor Temperature
Indoor Temperature
Heating
Cooling
Drying
32˚F to 75.2˚F approx.
69.8˚F to 109.4˚F approx.
64.4˚F to 109.4˚F approx.
80.6˚F or less
64.4˚F to 909.6˚F approx.
64.4˚F to 89.6˚F approx.
Indoor Humidity
80% or less
-
❇ If the heating operation is used at below 32˚F(outdoor temperature) then, does not a full
capacity.
If the cooling operation is used at over 91.4˚F(indoor temperature) then, does not a full capacity.
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Operation Characteristics for single type
3-1. Cooling Mode Operation
When selecting the Cooling Mode
Operation, the unit will operate according
to the setting by the remote controller and
the operation is as well as the following.
Room temperature can be set in 1˚C
steps in the range of 18˚C to 30˚C.
Room Temp.(°C)
Ts+1
Ts
Time
Compressor
On
On
Off
♦ Ts means Remote Controller setting Temperature
3-2. Heating Mode Operation
When selecting the Heating Mode
Operation, the unit will operate according
to the setting by the remote controller and
the operation is as well as the following.
Room temperature can be set in 1˚C
steps in the range of 18˚C to 30˚C.
Room Temp.(˚C)
Ts+5
Ts+3
Compressor
Time
On
On
Off
3-3. Automatic Operation
When Automatic operation is set by the remote controller, the air conditioner senses the room
temperature then automatically selects the operation mode and setting temperature.
Operating Mode
Setting Temp.
Room Temp ≥ 21˚C + ∆T
Cooling
Tsp = 24˚C + ∆T
Room Temp < 21˚C + ∆T
Heating
Tsp = 22˚C + ∆T
Remarks
∆T = -2, -1, 0, 1, 2
◆ In case that Room Temp. ≥ 21˚C + ∆T, The Unit is operated in the Cool Mode.
◆ In case that Room Temp. < 21˚C + ∆T, The Unit is operated in the Heat Mode.
◆ ∆T means that user is able to change setting temperature within ±2˚C.
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3-4. Sleeping Operation
AT COOLING MODE
6h
When you set the sleep mode, the following
movement will start to avoid overcooling.
1h
◆ The indoor fan speed is fixed by setting the
remote controller.
◆ The setting temperature will rise by 1˚C at the
starting of operation and by 1˚C one hour later.
◆ The operation will stop after 6 hours.
Ts+3
1h
Ts+2
1°C up
Ts+1
Ts
1˚C up
Stop
Start
AT HEATING MODE
When you set the sleep mode, the following
movement will start to avoid overheating.
Start
Ts+5
◆ The indoor fan speed is fixed by setting the
remote controller.
◆ The setting temperature will be dropped by 1˚C at
the starting of operation and by 1˚C one hour
later.
◆ The operation will stop after 6 hours.
Stop
Ts+4
1˚C down
Ts+3
Ts+3
Ts+2
1h
1˚C down
Ts+1
1h
6hr
3-5. Turbo Operation(Cooling or Heating Mode)
If turbo operation is selected during heating or cooling mode, compressor is operated
for 30 minutes regardless of room temperature. After 30minutes of turbo operation unit will
operate in normal state.
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3-6. Indoor fan control in the heating mode
Indoor fan is controlled depending on the temperature of indoor heat exchanger in the heating mode.
INDOOR FAN CONTROL
◆ When compressor begins operating
The temperature of indoor heat exchanger
Indoor fan speed
below 28˚C
off
28˚C ~ below 34˚C
LL speed
34˚C ~ below 40˚C
L speed
above 40˚C
setting speed
◆ When compressor stops operating
The temperature of indoor heat exchanger
Indoor fan speed
above 20˚C
UL speed
below 20˚C
off
after 10 minutes when compressor stops operating
off
When compressor is on
When compressor is off
40˚C
34˚C
28˚C
20˚C
Setting speed
L speed
UL
LL speed
OFF
ON
Compressor
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3-7. Overload protection control
AT HEATING MODE
● 7K/ 9K/ 12K
◆ If indoor heat exchanger temp. is over 53˚C, outdoor fan turns off.
◆ If indoor heat exchanger temp. is over 60˚C, outdoor compressor stops and
Indoor fan speed is low.
◆ After compressor and fan are off if indoor heat exchanger temp.
is below 50˚C, indoor fan and outdoor compressor and outdoor fan operate
normally.
Indoor Heat Exchanger Temp.
60˚C
53˚C
50˚C
Time
Compressor
ON
3min Delay
ON
Off
Outdoor Fan
ON
ON
Off
2Sec
Indoor Fan
Setting Speed
Low Speed
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● 18K/ 24K
◆ If indoor heat exchanger temp. is over 52˚C, outdoor fan is low.
◆ If indoor heat exchanger temp. is over 56˚C, outdoor fan turns off.
◆ If indoor heat exchanger temp. is over 60˚C, outdoor compressor stops and Indoor
fan speed is low.
◆ After compressor and fan are off if indoor heat exchanger temp.
gets below 50˚C, indoor fan and outdoor compressor and outdoor fan operate
normally.
60˚C
58˚C
52˚C
50˚C
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3-8. Low Temp Release
AT COOLING MODE
● 7K/ 9K/ 12K
◆ First freezing protection
-If the temperature of indoor heat exchanger is below 2˚C for over 6minutes, the
outdoor fan turns off.
-If the temperature of indoor heat exchanger increase over 5˚C during the first protection
function, the first freezing protection function is released and the outdoor fan turns on.
◆ Second freezing protection
-If the temperature of indoor heat exchanger does not increase over 5˚C in 3 minutes
after First freezing protection, compressor turns off.
-If the temperature of indoor heat exchanger increase over 5˚C during the second
protection function, the second freezing protection function is released and compressor
operates normally after 10 minutes.
◆ If the temperature of indoor heat exchanger increase over 3˚C during 6 minutes
countiong, 6 minutes counter is cleared.
◆ Operating Pattern
Indoor heat exchanger Temp
5˚C
1st
2st
3˚C
2˚C
6min
Compressor
Outdoor Fan
Indoor Fan
3min
On
On
Off
On
On
Off
Setting rpm
Setting rpm
LL rpm
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● 18K/ 24K
-If the temperature of indoor heat exchanger is below 5˚C, outdoor fan is low.
-If the temperature of indoor heat exchanger increase over 6˚C during the fan low, outdoor fan is high.
◆ First freezing protection
-If the temperature of indoor heat exchanger
is below 2˚C for over 3 minutes, outdoor fan turns off.
-If the temperature of indoor heat exchanger increase over 5˚C during the first
protection function, the first freezing protection function is released and the outdoor
fan turns on.
◆ Second freezing protection
-If the temperature of indoor heat exchanger does not increase over 5˚C in 3 minutes
after First freezing protection, compressor turn off and indoor fan is “LL”speed.
-If the temperature of indoor heat exchanger increase over 5˚C during the second protection function, the second freezing protection function is released and compressor
operates normally after 10 minutes.
◆ If the temperature of indoor heat exchanger increase over 3˚C during 3 minutes
counter is cleared.
◆ Operating Pattern
6
5
3
2
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3-9. Defrost control
Defrost operation is controlled by sensing the temperature of indoor heat exchanger
◆ How to sense defrost conditions
A condition
The temperature of indoor heat exchanger is checked in intervals of 1 minute. In case the temperature of indoor heat exchanger drops more than 0.5˚C for 6 minutes, it is considered as one cycle. If
it happens 3 times continuously, It is said that “ A condition” is satisfied.
B condition
If the temperature of indoor heat exchanger is below about 40˚C when the compressor is on, it is
considered as defrost “B condition”
C condition
When the accumulating time of compressor ON is over 20 minutes.
D condition
When the accumulating time of compressor ON is over 3Hr.
E condition
When operating time of compressor without stopping is over 6 minutes.
F condition
If the compressor is off(thermo off) when the temperature of indoor heat exchanger is below about
46˚C, it is considered as one cycle.
If it happens 2 times continuously, It is said that “F condition” is satisfied.
G condition
When the accumulating time of compressor ON is over 90 minutes.
◆ Defrost operation conditions
A✕ B✕ C condition or
B✕ D✕ E condition
F✕ G condition
Defrost time : 5~8 minutes
◆ Operation pattern
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◆ Operation pattern
Defrost Time
Defrost
1min
On
Compressor
On
Off
Off
On
more than 58sec
Outdoor Fan
Off
On
Thermo On
2sec
On
55sec
On
55sec
4Way Valve
Off
Setting Speed
On
Indoor Fan
1min
Off
Low Speed
3-10. The others
Time delay safety control
The compressor is stopped for 3minutes to balance the pressure in the refrigeration cycle.
(protection of compressor)
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3-11. Remote Control - Buttons and Display
Remote control
transmission indicator
Operating mode
(
AUTO,
COOL,
DRY,
FAN,
HEAT)
Temperature setting
Turbo mode
Sleep mode
Fan speed
Mode selection button
(AUTO, COOL, DRY, FAN, HEAT)
Temperature adjustment
buttons
Turbo/Sleep mode
selection button
Air flow direction
Fan speed adjustment
button
Swing button
On Timer setting
On Timer button
Off Timer setting
Off Timer button
Battery discharge indicator
5 Way selection button
On/Off &
Timer Set/Cancel button
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Feature and operation
♦ Name & Function of Key in remote controller
NO
FUNCTION OF KEY
NAMED OF KEY
Power On/Off button to start and stop airconditioner or timer set up
1
(UP)
Temp. up button. To increase the temperature by the pressing
the temperature button
(DOWN)
Temp. down button. To decrease the temperature by the pressing
the temperature button
2
3
Each time you press this button
Mode is changed in the following order
: Auto Mode
: Fan Only
: Cool Mode
: Heat Mode
: Dry Mode
Press
until the appearance. the air condition cools or heats
the room as quickly as possible. after 30minutes,
the airconditioner is reset automatically to the previous mode
4
Press
until the appearance. the sleep timer can be used when
you are cooling or heating your room to switch the air conditioner off
automatically after a period of six hours.
5
Each time you press this button,
FAN SPEED is changed in the following order.
6
Adjust air flow vertically.
7
The ON Timer enables you to switch on the air conditioner automatically
after a given period of time that is from 30 minutes to 24 hours.
To cancel the On Time, press the (Set/Cancel) button.
8
The Off Timer enables you to switch off the air conditioner automatically
after a given period of time that is from 30 minutes to 24 hours.
To cancel the On Time, press the (Set/Cancel) button.
To select the 5 way function with the remote control, press the 5 way
button one or more times until the desired mode is selected..
Each time you press the 5 way button
9
Each 5 way indicator on the indoor unit comes on order.
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Operation Characteristics
4-1. Cooling Mode Operation (AD✳✳A1C✳/AM✳✳A1✳)
When selecting the Cooling Mode Operation, the unit will operate according to the
setting by the remote controller and the operation is as well as the following. Room
temperature can be set in 1˚C steps in the range of 18 to 30˚C.
Room Temp.(˚C)
Ts+0.5
Ts
Time
Compressor
On
On
Off
4-2. Heating Mode Operation (AD✳✳A1C2)
When selecting the Heating Mode Operation, the unit will operate according to the
setting by the remote controller and the operation is as well as the following. Room
temperature can be set in 1˚C steps in the range of 16 to 30˚C.
Room Temp.(˚C)
Ts+5
Ts+3
Time
On
On
Compressor
Off
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4-3. Automatic Operation (AD✳✳A1C✳/AM✳✳A1C✳)
When Automatic operation is set by the remote controller, the air conditioner senses the
room temperature then automatically selects the operation mode and setting temperature.
Standard Setting Temp.
Tsp = 21˚C +∆T
Operating Mode
Setting Temp.
Cooling
Tsp = 24˚C + ∆T
Heating
Tsp = 22˚C + ∆T
Remarks
∆T = -2, -1, 1, 2
◆ In case that Room Temp. ≥ 21˚C + ∆T, The Unit is operated in the Cool Mode.
◆ In case that Room Temp. < 21˚C + ∆T, The Unit is operated in the Heat Mode.
◆ ∆T means that User is able to change setting temperature within ±2.
4-4. Sleeping operation
AT COOLING MODE (AD✳✳A1C✳/AM✳✳A1C✳)
When you set the sleep mode, the following movement will start to avoid overcooling.
◆ The indoor fan speed is fixed by setting the remote controller.
◆ The setting temperature will rise by 1˚C at the starting of operation and by 1˚C one
hour later.
◆ The operation will stop after 6 hours.
6hr
1hr
1hr
Ts+2.5
Ts+2.0
Ts+0.5
Ts+1.0
Ts+0.5
Ts
Start
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1˚C up
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AT HEATING MODE (AD✳✳A1C✳)
When you set the sleep mode, the following movement will start to avoid overheating.
◆ The indoor fan speed is fixed by setting the remote controller.
◆ The setting temperature will be dropped by 1˚C at the starting of operation and by 1˚C one
hour later.
◆ The operation will stop after 6 hours.
Start
Stop
Ts+5
Ts+3
1˚C down
Ts+3
Ts+3
1˚C down
Ts+2
1hr
Ts+1
1hr
6hr
4-5. Turbo operation (Cooling or Heating Mode) (AD✳✳A1C✳/AM✳✳A1C✳)
If turbo operation is selected during heating or cooling mode, compressor is operated
for 30 minutes regardless of room temperature.
After 30 minutes of turbo operation unit will opate in normal state.
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4-6. Overload Protection Control
AT HEATING MODE (AD✳✳A1C✳)
◆ If indoor heat exchanger temp. is over a˚C, outdoor fan turns off.
◆ If indoor heat exchanger temp. is over b˚C, outdoor compressor stops and
Indoor fan speed is low.
◆ After compressor and fan are off if indoor heat exchanger temp.
is below 50˚C, indoor fan and outdoor compressor and outdoor fan operate
normally.
Indoor Heat Exchanger Temp.
b˚C
a˚C
c˚C
Time
Compressor
ON
3min Delay
ON
Off
Outdoor Fan
ON
ON
Off
2Sec
Model Name
a˚C
b˚C
c˚C
AD✳✳A1C✳
56
63
50
AT COOLING MODE (AD✳✳A1C✳/AM✳✳A1C✳)
If the temperature of compressor top is above about 130˚C, each compressor is controlled by its
OLP(over load protector) attached on the top of compressor to protect compressor coil from being
damaged. The outdoor fan runs continuously regardless of compressor On/Off.
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4-7. Defrost Control (AD✳✳A1C✳)
When the outdoor temperature is low, frost may gather on the outdoor heat exchanger
coil. When this happens, the defrosting system operates.
The microprocessor in the outdoor unit monitors the temperature of odoor heat
exchanger.
Each unit has its own the sensor located on the outdoor heat exchanger.
◆ Defrost method : Reverse cycle
◆ How to sense defrost conditions
The microprocessor in the outdoor unit reads the inclination of the outdoor heat
exchanger temperature and operating time of compressor.
A condition
The temperature of outdoor heat exchanger is checked in intervals of 1 minute. In case
the temperature of indoor heat exchanger drops more than 0.5˚C for 6 minutes, it is
considered as one cycle. If it happens 3 times continuously, it is said that “A condition”
is satisfied.
B condition
If the temperature of outdoor heat exchanger is below -3˚C when the compressor is on,
it is considered as defrost “B condition”
(If the temperature of the outdoor heat exchanger is over -3˚C, the data which has been
read up to now is cleared.)
C condition
When the accumulating time of compressor ON is over 20 minutes.
D condition
When the operating time of compressor ON is over 100 minutes.
◆ Defrost operation conditions
A✕ B✕ C condition or
B✕ D condition
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◆ Operating Pattern
Defrost Time
Defrost
1min
On
On
Compressor
Off
Off
On
more than 58sec
Outdoor Fan
Off
On
Thermo On
2sec
On
55sec
On
55sec
4Way Valve
Off
Setting Speed
On
Indoor Fan
1min
Off
Low Speed
◆ The condition for stopping defrost operation
When the temperature of the outdoor heat exchanger is over 20˚C or when the oepration
time in the cool mode is over for 10 minutes.
◆ In case that 2 indoor units are operating
In case of 2 units oper of both units is under defrost condition, the other unit is also
operating under defrost in order to prevent normal unit from being iced by defrost unit.
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4-8. Freezing Protection Control (In the Cool Mode)
Freeze prevention keeps the indoor heat exchanger coil from freezing.
Freezing reduces the efficiency of the unit, and frost buildup on the coil be indoor unit’s
fan.
◆ First freezing protection
If the temperature of indoor heat exchanger is below -1˚C for over 6 minutes, the outdoor fan turns off.
◆ Second freezing protection
If the temperature of indoor heat exchanger does not increase over 5˚C in 3 minutes
after first freezing protection, compressor turns off.
• If the temperature of indoor heat exchanger increase over 5˚C during the protection
function, the freezing protection function is released and compressor operates
normally.
• If the temperature of indoor heat exchanger increase over 0˚C during 6 minutes
counting, 6minutes counter is cleared.
◆ Operating Pattern
Indoor heat exchanger Temp
5˚C
1st
2nd
0˚C
-1˚C
6min
Compressor
Outdoor Fan
Indoor Fan
3min
On
On
Off
On
On
Off
Setting rpm
Setting rpm
LL rpm
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4-9. Outdoor fan speed control
• To optimize the performance of air conditioner, the outdoor fan speed is selected automatically according to the outside temperature.
• Note that in both cooling mode and heating mode, the fan comes on at first at high
speed for 5 seconds. Since outdoor conditions sometimes make it difficult for the fan
to start, this sudden surge of power may be necessary.
! In Cool Mode
[AD✳✳A1C✳ / AM27A1C3]
28˚C
High
Outside temperature
Outside temperature
28˚C → High rpm
26˚C → Low rpm
High
Outside temperature
Outside temperature
27˚C → High rpm
24˚C → Low rpm
Low
Outside temperature
Outside temperature
15˚C → Low rpm
14˚C → High rpm
Low
26˚C
[AM26C18JA1C2]
27˚C
Low
24˚C
@ In Heat Mode
15˚C
High
14˚C
# In mixing operation Cool and Heat Mode
Outdoor fan rpm is always low regardless of outdoor temperature.
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4-10. Solenoid Valve Control 1 (AM27A1C, 2Comp + 3Room Cooling Only)
The NUMBER OF
OPERATION
1 UNIT
2 UNIT
3 UNIT
UNITS
B-SOL V/V
C-SOL V/V
BY PASS SOL
A
OFF
OFF
OFF
B
ON
OFF
ON
C
OFF
ON
ON
A+B
ON
OFF
ON
A+C
OFF
ON
ON
B+C
ON
ON
OFF
A+B+C
ON
ON
OFF
❋ Note
1) In case on of both B and C unit is operating, by pass solenoid valve is always ON.
4-11. Balancing pressure (AM27A1C3, 2Comp + 3Room Cooling Only)
In case that valves of the unit which has kinds of valve(solenoid valve or expansion
valve etc.) should be opend for a few minutes for balancing pressure after stopping
operating.
! In case of A unit
Pressure balance is made in nature through capillary tube because there are no
valves in the system.
@ In case of B and C unit
By pass solenoid valve is opened for 100 seconds after both units stop operating.
4-12. The others
Time delay safety control
The compressor is stopped for 3 minutes to balance the pressure in the refrigeration
cylce.(protection of compressor)
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4-13. Remote Control Buttons and Display
Operating mode
Heat Pump
Cooling Only
Remote control transmission indicator
Auto, Cool, Dry, Fan, Heat
Auto, Cool, Dry, Fan
Battery discharge indicator
Turbo mode
Temperature settings
Sleep mode
Air flow direction
Fan speed
(AUTO, LOW, MEDIUM, HIGH)
Time/Timer settings
On/Off button
Temperature adjustment buttons
Mode selection button
Heat Pump Auto, Cool, Dry, Fan, Heat
Cooling Only Auto, Cool, Dry, Fan
MODE
TURBO
OFF
Off Timer adjustment button
Turbo mode button
Sleep timer button
Air flow swing button
Fan speed adjustment button
Timer on/off buttons
Time adjustment buttons
Time setting button
Timer setting/cancellation buttons
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● Features and Operation
♦Name & Function of Key in Remote Controller
Named of Key
Function of Key
On/Off Button. Use this button to start and stop air conditioner.
(UP)
Temp. up button. If the
button is pressed once,
the setting temperature is increased by 1°C
(DOWN)
Temp. down button. If the
button is pressed once,
the setting temperature is decreased by 1°C
Each time you press this button,
MODE is changed in the following order.
MODE
: Auto Mode
: Fan Only Mode
: Cool Mode
: Heat Mode
<Heat Pump>
<Cooling Only>
: Dry Mode
TURBO
Use this button to provide heavy duty cooling & Heating for 30 minutes.
Set up the reserve or cancel the timer on and timer off quickly
OFF
Use this button for sleep operation.
(The SLEEP mode can be selected at COOL and HEAT mode.)
Adjust air flow vertically.
Each time you press this button, FAN
SPEED is changed in the following order.
T
I
M
ON TIMER
Set up the time that operation start.
OFF TIMER
Set up the time that operation stop.
SET
Use this button to reserve the timer on.
CANCEL
Use this button to reserve or cancel the timer on and timer off.
(UP)
If the
button is pressed once, the time increases by one minute
during the time set mode, and ten minutes during the timer set mode.
(DOWN)
If the
button is pressed once, the time decreases by one minute
during the time set mode, and ten minutes during the timer set mode.
E
R
TIME
Without regard to ON/OFF condition in remote controller,
use this button to set current time.
Adjust the current time using
button.
(Data can be transmitted after setting up the time)
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9 Cooling & Heating characteristics Data
1
Split Type
7,000BTU
<Cooling>
<Heating>
<Cooling>
<Heating>
9,000BTU
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12,000BTU
<Cooling>
<Heating>
<Cooling>
<Heating>
18,000BTU
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24,000BTU
<Cooling>
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Capacity
If the piping length exceed more than 5m,
add 20g of refrigerant per meter should be added for 7k and 9k models.
add 30g of refrigerant per meter should be added for 12k and 18k models.
add 40g of refrigerant per meter should be added for 24k models.
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Multi Type
1. Cooling Characteristics
[1] Cooling performance variation accordance with the outdoor temperature
COOLING
OUTTEMP
67/57
80/67
˚F
PERF
PERF
115/75
16215
21620
85/75
19615
24830
67/57
21794
26852
30000
Peformance [Btu/h]
25000
Performance(Room 67/57)
20000
15000
10000
Performance(Room 80/67)
5000
0
115/75
85/75
Outdoor Temperature [F]
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[2] Low pressure variation during the cooling operation
COOLING
OUTTEMP
67/57
80/67
˚F
LP-A-room
LP-B-room
Current
LP-A-room
LP-B-room
Current
115/75
61.1
63.3
14.5
73.1
74.5
15
85/75
58.1
58.9
12.2
69.7
71.3
12.6
67/57
58.5
57.1
10.7
70.7
70.4
11.2
80
Low Pressure(A-room 67/57)
70
Pressure[PSI]/Current[A]
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Low Pressure(B-room 67/57)
60
50
Current(Room 67/57)
40
Low Pressure(A-room 80/67)
30
20
Low Pressure(B-room 80/67)
10
Current(Room 80/67)
0
115/75
85/75
67/57
Outdoor Temperature [F]
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[3] Cooling Performance variation accordance with pipes line set & temperature condition
Pipe Length
80/67, 115/75
80/67, 95/75
67/57, 67/57
[ft]
Performance-Ovld.[Btu/h]
Performance-Std[Btu/h]
Performance-Low[Btu/h]
16.4
21620
24830
21794
32.8
20951
24612
21247
49.2
19383
23701
20208
30000
Peformance [Btu/h]
25000
Performance(80/67, 115/75)
20000
15000
Performance(80/67, 95/75)
10000
Performance(67/57, 67/57)
5000
0
16.4
32.8
Pipes Length[ft]
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[4] Low pressure & Current variation accordance with pipes line set & temperature condition.
Pipe Length
[ft]
80/67, 115/75
LP-A-room LP-B-room
80/67, 95/75
Current
LP-A-room LP-B-room
67/57, 67/57
Current
LP-A-room LP-B-room
Current
16.4
73.1
74.5
15.0
69.7
71.3
12.6
58.5
57.1
10.7
32.8
70.6
72.7
14.7
68.2
69.2
12.5
56.5
56.1
10.5
49.2
69.4
72.0
15.1
68.2
69.2
12.6
55.9
55.2
10.4
Pressure[PSI]/Current[A]
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80.0
Low Pressure(A-room 80/67, 115/75)
70.0
Low Pressure(A-room 80/67, 115/75)
60.0
Current(80/67, 115/75)
50.0
Low Pressure(A-room 80/67, 95/75)
40.0
Low Pressure(B-room 80/67, 95/75)
30.0
Current(80/67, 95/75)
20.0
Low Pressure(A-room 67/57, 67/57)
10.0
Low Pressure(B-room 67/57, 67/57)
0.0
Current(67/57, 67/57)
16.4
32.8
49.2
Pipes Length
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2. Heating Characteristics
[1] Heating performance variation accordance with the outdoor temperature
HEATING
OUTTEMP
70/60
80/-
˚F
PERF
PERF
76/65
29699
25468
47/43
27870
26500
35/33
23320
21879
35000
Peformance [Btu/h]
30000
Performance(Room 70/60)
25000
20000
10000
Performance(Room 80/-)
5000
0
75/65
47/43
Outdoor Temperature [F]
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[2] High pressure variation duting the heating operation
HEATING
OUTTEMP
70/60
80/-
˚F
HP-A-room
HP-B-room
Current
HP-A-room
HP-B-room
Current
75/65
304.7
311.8
13.1
297.8
303.2
12.6
47/43
292.1
300.3
13.1
318.6
322.8
13.9
35/33
255.5
262.3
12.1
281.1
287.4
12.8
350
High Pressure(A-room 70/60)
300
High Pressure(B-room 70/60)
Pressure[PSI]/Current[A]
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250
Current(Room 70/60)
200
150
HighPressure(A-room 80/-)
100
High Pressure(B-room 80/-)
50
Current(Room 80/-)
0
75/65
47/43
35/33
Outer Temperature
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[3] Heating Performance variation accordance with pipes line set and temperature condition
Pipe Length
80/-, 75/65
70/-, 47/43
70/60, 35/33
[ft]
Performance-Ovld.[Btu/h]
Performance-Std[Btu/h]
Performance-Low[Btu/h]
16.4
25468
27870
23320
32.8
25437
27727
23376
49.2
25189
26138
22424
30000
Peformance [Btu/h]
25000
Performance(80/-, 75/65)
20000
15000
Performance(70-, 47/43)
10000
Performance(70/60, 35/33)
5000
0
16.4
32.8
Pipes Length[ft]
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[4] High pressure & Current variation accordance with pipes line set & temperature condition.
Pipe Length
[ft]
80/-, 75/65
HP-A-room HP-B-room
70/-, 47/43
Current
HP-A-room HP-B-room
70/60, 35/33
Current
HP-A-room HP-B-room
Current
16.4
297.8
303.2
12.6
292.1
300.3
13.1
255.5
262.3
12.1
32.8
292.5
298.6
12.5
293.3
290.8
12.8
249.9
251.9
11.6
49.2
296.9
299.8
12.5
275.3
275.9
12.4
243.0
246.2
11.4
Pressure[PSI]/Current[A]
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350
High Pressure(A-room 80/-, 75/65)
300
High Pressure(A-room 80/-, 75/65)
Current(80/-, 75/65)
250
High Pressure(A-room 70/-, 47/43)
200
High Pressure(B-room 70/-, 47/43)
150
Current(70/-, 47/43)
100
High Pressure(A-room 70/60, 35/33)
50
High Pressure(B-room 70/60, 35/33)
Current(70/60, 35/33)
0
16.4
32.8
49.2
Pipes Length[ft]
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10 Set up the Model option
❈ If you make the replacement of the ASS’Y CONTROL-IN or MAIN PCB ,
Be sure to be set up the model option as follow the steps
Remote controller operation
method as per the step
1st step
Method)
! Remove the battery of
remote controller
@ Press the temperature
raise/down key simultaneously
# Insert the battery again
(Result)
If the screen of remocn displays as shown in the right,
go to the second step
2nd step
Method)
If the first digit of LCD is 0
on the remocon screen, go
to the 3rd step.
❊ If it is 1, press the mode
key once to change to 0
and go to the 3rd step.
3rd step
Method)
Press the marked key to
input the option number.
example) 021E31
Result)
Go to 4th step if it displays
as shown in the right
(The number increases
from 1~9, and A, b, C, d, E,
F whenever pressing the
key.)
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Display status
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Remote controller operation
method as per the step
Applicable key
Display status
ERROR MODE
1. When the lamp(STANDARD( ), NATURE( ),
TIMER( ) is flickering → failute of option input
After removing the set power cord and insert it
again, pressing the operation on/off key to retry
and if the condition is same, EPROM is deffcective or misinsertted. So replace the PCB.
2. When all lamps (
) are flickering
with the sound of Dididiring,
→ The current option input is different from that
of already input one: Check the option number
correctly and if it is correct, press the key once
more to input the option. (check correctly)
→ If the option is not input at the time and the
all lamps are continuously flickering ; since it is
the case that the option number is out of the
input range, check the option number again and
do again the steps from 1 - 6steps
4th step
Method)
After completion of 3rd step,
and if the MODE KEY is
pressed once,
1. 1~3 steps are saved internally
2. If the first number at the
time is “1”, it is correct and
so go to 5th step
❊ If pressing mode key and
the first digit becomes 0, the
screen of 1~3 steps can be
seen.
5th step
Method)
Pressing the marked key to
input the option number.
example) 142285
Result)
If it displays as shown in the
right go to the 6th step
6th step
Method)
When pressing the operation ON/OFF key with the
direction of remote controller for set, the sound
“Ding, or Diriring is heard
and then the input of option
is completed.
❊ Refer to the right side if
the error appears.
Set up the Model option
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<Table of the option code>
68
Set up the Model option
MODEL
OPTION CODE
AQ12✳5MC
AQ12✳6MC
017725-17021d
007725-17021d
AQ09✳5MA
AQ09✳6MA
016A25-1700d9
006A25-1700d9
AQ18✳5RC
AQ18✳6RC
094415-15021d
084415-15021d
AQ24✳1RC
AQ24✳2RC
097617-1A023F
087617-1A023F
AS12✳5MC
AS12✳6MC
010000-17021F
000000-17021F
AS09✳5MA
AS09✳6MA
010000-1700d9
000000-1700d9
AS07✳5MA
AS07✳6MA
010000-1700b7
000000-1700b7
AS18✳5RC
AS18✳6RC
090000-15021d
080000-15021d
AS24✳1RC
AS24✳2RC
090000-1A0340
080000-1A0340
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MEMO
Set up the Model option
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Disassembly and Reassembly
Stop operation of the air conditioner and remove the power cord before reparing
the unit.
Single Type
1-1. Indoor Unit : AQ(AS)✳✳A✳MA/MC
No
Parts
!
Front Grille
Procedure
1) Stop the air conditioner operation and block the
main power.
2) Separate tape of front panel upper.
3) Contract the second finger to the left, and right
handle and pull to open the inlet grille.
4) Take the left and right filter out.
*Taking off the deodorizing filter.
5) Loosen one of the right fixing screw and separate
the terminal cover.
6) Loosen three fixing screws of front grille.
7) Pull the upper left and right of discharge softly for
the outside cover to be pulled out.
8) Pull softly the lower part of discharge and push it
up.
Caution;
Assemble the front panel and fix the
hooks of left and right.
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Remark
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Parts
@
Electrical Parts
(Main PCB)
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Procedure
Remark
1) Do “1”above
2) Take all the connector of PCB upper side out.
(Inclusion Power cord)
3) Separate the outdoor unit connection wire from
the terminal block.
4) If pulling the Main PCB up. it will be taken out.
#
Ass’y Tray Drain.
1) Do “1”, “2”, above
Separate the drain hose from the extension drain
hose.
2) Pull tray drain out from the back body.
$
Heat Exchanger
1) Do “1” and “2”, “3”, above
2) Loosen two fixing earth screws of right side.
3) Separate the connection pipe.
4) Separate the holder pipe at the rearside.
5) Loosen the two or three fixing screws of left side.
6) Lifting the heat exchanger up a little to push the
up side for separation from the indoor unit.
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Parts
%
Fan Motor and
Cross Fan
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Procedure
1) Do “1” “2” ”3” “4”, above.
2) Loosen the fixing two screws and separate the
motor holder.
3) Loosen the fixing screw of fan motor.
(By use of M3 wrench)
4) Separate the fan motor from the fan.
5) Separate the fan from the left holder bearing.
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1-2. Outdoor Unit : UQ(US)✳✳A✳MA/MC
No
Parts
Procedure
!
Common Work
1) Loosen the fixing screw and separate the HandleCabi RH.
2) Separate the connection wire from the terminal
block.
Remark
<AQ(AS)✳✳A✳MA/MC>
3) Loosen the 6 fixing screws and separate the upper
cabinet.
4) Loosen the fixing screw of Ass'y E-part.
5) Loosen the 5 fixing screws and separate the side
cabinet.
<AQ(AS)✳✳A✳RC>
1) Turn off the unit and remove the power cable
2) Remove the top cover.
3) Remove the control box cover.
4) Unplug the ass'y cable.
5) Remove the cabi-side.
6) Remove the cabi-front.
* When you assemble the parts, check if the each
parts and electric connectors are fixed firmly.
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Parts
@
Fan-Motor
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Procedure
Remark
1) Loosen 4 fixing screw of the Guard-Fan.
2) Remove the nut flange (Turn to the right to
remove, as it is a left hand screw)
3) Separate the fan.
<AQ(AS)✳✳A✳RC>
4) Loosen four fixing screws to separate the motor.
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No
Parts
#
Heat Exchange
$
Compressor
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Procedure
1)
2)
3)
4)
Remark
Do “1”, 2 above.
Loosen two fixing screws of left and right side.
Disassemble the inlet and outlet pipe by welding.
Separate the heat exchanger.
1) Do “1”, above.
2) Loosen the nut on the terminal cover and open the
terminal cover.
3) Disassemble the inlet and outlet pipe of compressor by welding.
4) Disassemble the inlet and outlet pipe of condenser by welding
5) Loosen the three bolts of the lower part.
6) Separate the compressor.
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1-3. Indoor Unit : AQ(AS)✳✳A✳RC
No
Parts
!
Front Grille
Procedure
1) Stop the air conditioner operation and block the
main power.
2) Separate tape of front panel upper.
3) Contract the second finger to the left, and right
handle and pull to open the inlet grille.
4) Take the left and right filter out.
*Taking off the deodorizing filter.
5) Loosen one of the right fixing screw and separate
the terminal cover.
6) Loosen three fixing screws of front grille.
7) Pull the upper left and right of discharge softly for
the outside cover to be pulled out.
8) Pull softly the lower part of discharge and push it
up.
Caution;
Assemble the front panel and fix the
hooks of left and right.
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Remark
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No
Parts
@
Electrical Parts
(Main PCB)
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Procedure
Remark
1) Do “1”above
2) Take all the connector of PCB upper side out.
(Inclusion Power cord)
3) Separate the outdoor unit connection wire from
the terminal block.
4) If pulling the Main PCB up. it will be taken out.
#
Ass’y Tray Drain.
1) Do “1”, “2”, above
Separate the drain hose from the extension drain
hose.
2) Pull tray drain out from the back body.
$
Heat Exchanger
1) Do “1” and “2”, “3”, above
2) Loosen two fixing earth screws of right side.
3) Separate the connection pipe.
4) Separate the holder pipe at the rearside.
5) Loosen the two or three fixing screws of left side.
6) Lifting the heat exchanger up a little to push the
up side for separation from the indoor unit.
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Parts
%
Fan Motor and
Cross Fan
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Procedure
1) Do “1” “2” ”3” “4”, above.
2) Loosen the fixing two screws and separate the
motor holder.
3) Loosen the fixing screw of fan motor.
(By use of M3 wrench)
4) Separate the fan motor from the fan.
5) Separate the fan from the left holder bearing.
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1-4. Outdoor Unit : UQ(US)✳✳A✳RC
No
Parts
!
Cabinet
Procedure
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Remark
Turn off the unit and remove the power cable
Remove the top cover.
Remove the control box cover.
Unplug the ass'y cable.
Remove the cabi-side.
Remove the cabi-front.
* When you assemble the parts, check if the each
parts and electric connectors are fixed firmly.
@
Fan Motor
&
Propeller Fan
1) Do Procedure 1 above.
2) Remove the nut flange.
(Turn to the right to remove as it is a left turned
screw)
3) Disassemble the propeller fan.
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Multi Type
2-1. Indoor Unit
No
Parts
!
Front Grille
Procedure
1) Stop the air conditioner operation and block the
main power.
2) Seperate the tape of front.
Panel upper.
3) Contract the second finger to the left and right
handle and pull to open the inlet grille.
4) Take the left and right filter out.
5) Loosen one of the right fixing screw and seperate
the terminal cover.
6) Open the cover screw and loosen three fixing
screws of front grille.
7) Pull the upper left and right of discharge softly for
the outside cover to be pulled out.
8) Pull softly the lower part of discharge and push it
up
Caution:
Assemble the front panel and fix the hooks of left
and right.
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No
Parts
Procedure
@
Filter Frame
1) Loosen the left and right screw of the Holder
Filter, and Separate the Holder Filter.
#
Ass'y Tray Drain
1) Do !@, above.
Separate the holder at the rear side of Indoor
unit.
Remark
2) Take the display PCB out.
(Center of indoor unit).
3) Loosen three fixing screws of left and right.
4) Pull tray drain out from the back body.
$
Main PCB
1) Do "!@", above
2) Take all the connector of PCB upper side out.
(Inclusion Power cord)
3) Separate the outdoor unit connection wire from
the terminal block.
4) If pulling the Main PCB up, it will be taken out.
(Separate the TRANS hook, it before).
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Parts
%
Heat Exchanger
Page 82
Procedure
1) Do "!@#$", above.
2) Loosen the left screws of the heat exchanger.
Lifting the heat exchanger up a little to
push the up side for separation from the
indoor unit
^
Fan Motor and
Cross Fan
1) Do "!@#$%", above.
2) Loosen the fixing two screws and separate the
motor holder.
3) Loosen the fixing screw of motor fan.
(By use of M3 wrench)
Separate the motor from the fan.
Separate the fan motor the left holder bearing.
82
Disassembly and Reassembly
Remark
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2-2. Outdoor Unit
No
Parts
!
Cabinet
Procedure
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Remark
Turn off the unit and remove the power cable
Remove the top cover.
Remove the control box cover.
Unplug the ass'y cable.
Remove the cabi-side.
Remove the cabi-front.
* When you assemble the parts, check if the each
parts and electric connectors are fixed firmly.
@
Fan Motor
&
Propeller Fan
1) Do Procedure ! above.
2) Remove the nut flange.
(Turn to the right to remove as it is a left turned
screw)
3) Disassemble the propeller fan.
<AM18A1C2/AD18A1C2>
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Single Type For AQ(AS)✳✳A6MC(MA) Models
1-1. Indoor Unit
18
18-6
18-6-1
18-1
18-4
18-5
18-3
24
16
18-2
17
13
13-2 13-4
13-3
13-1
14
15
11
12
10
8
20
25
22
23
19
9
6
5
7
4
21
3
2
1
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Q’TY
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
13-1
13-1-1
13-1-2
13-1-3
13-1-4
13-1-5
13-2
13-3
13-3-1
13-3-2
13-4
14
15
16
17
18
18-1
18-2
18-3
18-4
18-5
18-6
18-6-1
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
CODE NO
DB64-00085A
DB63-00064A
DB74-00011A
DB63-00067A
DB92-00031L
DB67-00051A
DB67-00032A
DB63-00083A
DB94-00040E
DB60-20011A
DB31-00071A
DB31-00072A
DB32-00020A
DB93-00255G
DB93-00255H
DB93-00267A
DB93-00267D
1103-001175
1203-001813
3501-001154
3502-000115
DB09-00094A
DB65-00030A
DB93-00268E
2202-000780
DB32-00017A
DB39-00147A
DB94-00056A
DB61-00162A
DB61-00165A
DB70-00036A
DB94-00058B
DB94-00018A
DB66-00042A
DB66-00128A
DB66-00128B
DB63-00082A
DB95-20138A
DB31-10129A
DB61-40251A
DB67-60030A
DB98-01494A
DB75-00020A
DB94-40003A
DB93-00329K
DB70-00114A
DB63-00226A
REMARK
Description
GRILLE AIR INLET
GUARD-AIR FILTER
FILTER CLEANER ASS´Y
COVER TEMINAL
ASS´Y PANEL
SPACER EVAP LOW
SPACER EVAP UP
COVER U BEND
ASS´Y FAN CROSS(SF)
BOLT SPECIAL
MOTOR FAN IN
“
THERMISTOR WIRE ASS´Y
ASS´Y CONTROL IN
“
ASS´Y PCB MAIN
“
IC EPROM
IC PWM CONTROLLER
RELAY MINIATURE
SSR
IC MCU
TERMINAL BLOCK ASS´Y
ASS´Y PCB DISPLAY
C CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL
MODULE REMOCON
CONNECT WIRE PCB
ASS´Y BACK BODY(RIGHT SIDE)
HOLDER MOTOR
HOLDER PIPE
PLATE HANGER
ASS´Y TRAY DRAIN(RIGHT SIDE)
ASS´Y DRAIN HOSE
BLADE H
BLADE V,A
BLADE V,B
SCREEN SAFETY WIRE
ASS´Y MOTOR STEPPING
MOTOR STEPPING; GSP 24RW
HOLDER SENSOR
SPRING SENSOR
EVAPORATOR ASS´Y
EVAPORATOR ASS´Y
ASS´Y BEARING
ASS´Y REMOCON
PLATE-KNOCKOUT
COVER-TERMINAL BLOCK
AQ12A5(6)MC
AQ09A5(6)MA
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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Q’TY
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
13-1
13-1-1
13-1-2
13-1-3
13-1-4
13-1-5
13-2
13-3
13-3-1
13-3-2
13-4
14
15
16
17
18
18-1
18-2
18-3
18-4
18-5
18-6
18-6-1
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
86
CODE NO
DB64-00085A
DB63-00064A
DB74-00011A
DB63-00067A
DB92-00031L
DB67-00051A
DB67-00032A
DB63-00083A
DB94-00040E
DB60-20011A
DB31-00071A
DB31-00071B
DB32-00020A
DB93-00270G
DB93-00270J
DB93-00266A
DB93-00266D
1103-001175
1203-001813
3501-001154
3502-000115
DB09-00071A
DB65-00030A
DB93-00268E
2202-000780
DB32-00017A
DB39-00147A
DB94-00056A
DB61-00162A
DB61-00165A
DB70-00036A
DB94-00058B
DB94-00018A
DB66-00042A
DB66-00128A
DB66-00128B
DB63-00082A
DB95-20138A
DB31-10129A
DB61-40251A
DB67-60030A
DB98-01494A
DB75-00020B
DB94-40003A
DB93-00329J
DB70-00114A
DB63-00226A
Exploded Views and Parts List
REMARK
Description
GRILLE AIR INLET
GUARD-AIR FILTER
FILTER CLEANER ASS´Y
COVER TEMINAL
ASS´Y PANEL
SPACER EVAP LOW
SPACER EVAP UP
COVER U BEND
ASS´Y FAN CROSS(SF)
BOLT SPECIAL
MOTOR FAN IN
“
THERMISTOR WIRE ASS´Y
ASS´Y CONTROL IN
“
ASS´Y PCB MAIN
“
IC EPROM
IC PWM CONTROLLER
RELAY MINIATURE
SSR
IC MCU
TERMINAL BLOCK ASS´Y
ASS´Y PCB DISPLAY
C CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL
MODULE REMOCON
CONNECT WIRE PCB
ASS´Y BACK BODY(RIGHT SIDE)
HOLDER MOTOR
HOLDER PIPE
PLATE HANGER
ASS´Y TRAY DRAIN(RIGHT SIDE)
ASS´Y DRAIN HOSE
BLADE H
BLADE V,A
BLADE V,B
SCREEN SAFETY WIRE
ASS´Y MOTOR STEPPING
MOTOR STEPPING; GSP 24RW
HOLDER SENSOR
SPRING SENSOR
EVAPORATOR ASS´Y
EVAPORATOR ASS´Y
ASS´Y BEARING
ASS´Y REMOCON
PLATE-KNOCKOUT
COVER TERMINAL BLOCK
AS12A5(6)MC
AS09A5(6)MA
AS07A5(6)MA
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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22
13
8-
7
5
8-
2
3
4
5
1
8-
4
11
8-
8-
3
8
9
21
8-
8-
2
6
6
8-
1
14
8-
5
15
7
16
10
17
18
20
19
1-2. Outdoor Unit(UQ12A6MC/US12A6MC)
8
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Q’TY
88
No.
CODE NO
Description
Specitication
1
DB63-00071A
GUARD FAN
HSER
1
2
DB60-30004A
NUT FLANGE
2C SM20C M6 NTR
1
3
DB67-50063A
PROPELLER-FAN
AS+G/F, Ø405
1
4
DB31-10058C
MOTOR FAN OUT
ASSO2OWTVA
1
5
DB90-00272A
ASS´Y FRAME(PAINT)
ASS’Y
1
6
DB94-50077A
ASS´Y PARTITION
ASS’Y
1
7
DB90-00085B
CABINET UPPER
SECC-P
1
8
DB93-00424E
ASS´Y CONTROL OUT
ASS’Y
1
8-1
2501-001226
CAPACITOR COMP
25µF 370VAC
1
8-2
2301-001375
CAPACITOR MOTOR
1.5µF 450VAC
1
8-3
DB65-40074A
TERMINAL BLOCK
5P, N, L, 1, 2, 3
1
8-4
DB93-00423A
ASS´Y LEAD WIRE
ASS’Y
1
8-5
DB47-20001L
OLP
MRA12002-12008
1
8-6
DB67-60020A
O L P SPRING
STS304
1
8-7
DB27-00004B
ASS´Y SOLENOIDE
LB81001 RANCO
1
8-8
DB32-00007A
THERMOSTAT
250V, 7A
1
9
DB72-50574D
CLOTH COMP BOTTOM
FELT
1
10
DB99-00089A
ASS´Y 4WAY VALVE
ASS’Y
1
11
48A135IV1EL
COMPRESSOR
208-230V 60Hz
1
12
DB73-10004B
GROMMET-ISOLATOR
SILICON
3
13
DB60-30028A
NUT-WASHER
HEX 2C MB ZPC
3
14
DB63-20002A
GASKET
EPDM
1
15
DB63-10165D
COVER TERMINAL
PBT
1
16
DB60-30018A
NUT-FLANGE
M5, SM20C
1
17
DB96-00513A
ASS´Y-CAPILLARY
ASS’Y(1.7 X1100)
1
18
DB96-00509A
ASS´Y COND
ASS’Y(SF)
1
19
DB64-00136C
CABINET SIDE
ASS’Y(BENDING)
1
20
DB67-90025A
HANDLE CABI, RH
ABS
1
21
DB72-00211A
CLOTH-COMP SIDE
FELT
1
22
DB95-00212A
ASS’Y-HEATER
ASS’Y
1
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Q’TY
No.
CODE NO
Description
Specitication
1
DB63-00071A
GUARD FAN
HSER
1
2
DB60-30004A
NUT FLANGE
2C SM20C M6 NTR
1
3
DB67-50063A
PROPELLER-FAN
AS+G/F, Ø405
1
4
DB31-10058C
MOTOR FAN OUT
ASSO2OWTVA
1
5
DB90-00272A
ASS´Y FRAME(PAINT)
ASS’Y
1
6
DB94-50077A
ASS´Y PARTITION
ASS’Y
1
7
DB90-00085B
CABINET UPPER
SECC-P
1
8
DB93-00424D
ASS´Y CONTROL OUT
ASS’Y
1
8-1
2501-001226
CAPACITOR COMP
25µF 370VAC
-
8-2
2301-001377
CAPACITOR MOTOR
1.2µF 450VAC
1
8-3
DB65-40074A
TERMINAL BLOCK
5P, N, L, 1, 2, 3
1
8-4
DB93-00423A
ASS´Y LEAD WIRE
ASS’Y
1
8-5
DB47-20001L
OLP
MRA12002-12008
1
8-6
DB67-60020A
O L P SPRING
STS304
1
9
DB72-50574D
CLOTH COMP BOTTOM
FELT
1
10
DB96-00489A
ASS´Y SUCTION
ASS’Y
1
DB96-00488A
ASS’Y DISCHARGE
ASS’Y
1
11
48A135IV1EL
COMPRESSOR
220V 60Hz
1
12
DB73-10004B
GROMMET-ISOLATOR
SILICON
3
13
DB60-30028A
NUT-WASHER
HEX 2C MB ZPC
3
14
DB63-20002A
GASKET
EPDM
1
15
DB63-10165D
COVER TERMINAL
PBT
1
16
DB60-30018A
NUT-FLANGE
M5, SM20C
1
17
DB96-00492B
ASS´Y-CAPILLARY
ASS’Y(1.7 X1100)
1
18
DB96-00510A
ASS´Y COND
ASS’Y
1
19
DB64-00136C
CABINET SIDE
ASS’Y(BENDING)
1
20
DB67-90025A
HANDLE CABI, RH
ABS
1
21
DB72-00211A
CLOTH-COMP SIDE
FELT
1
US12A5(6)MC
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22
23
20
7
8
21
9
6
8-5
8-1
8-4
13
15 11
14
8-2
18
17
10 18-1
-2 17-1
16
18
8-3
12
4
5
3
17
17-1
1
2
18
18-2
Applied for US09(07)A6MA
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Q’TY
No.
CODE NO
Description
Specitication
1
DB63-00086B
GUARD-FAN
HSWR, IP2, 5&3, SC-90073T, NEW A-P/J 370FAN
1
2
DB60-30004A
NUT-FLALNGE
2C, M6, SM20C, NTR
1
3
DB67-00036A
FAN-PROPELLER
AS+G/F20%, PI 375, BLK
1
4
DB31-10058G
MOTOR-FAN OUT
AMASS-020ZREA, FAN OUT, 115V/60Hz
1
5
DB90-00264A
ASS´Y FRAME (PAINT)
SC-90073T
1
6
DB94-00078A
ASS´Y PARTITION
ASS´Y 620mm COND
1
7
DB90-00077B
ASS´Y CABI-UPPER
ASS´Y
1
8
DB93-00424A
ASS´Y CONTROL OUT
ASS´Y
1
8-1
2501-001230
C-OIL (COMP)
45µF, 370VAC
1
8-2
2301-001379
C-OIL (MOTOR)
4.0µF, 450VAC
1
8-3
DB33-00423A
ASS’Y LEAD WIRE
ASSY
1
8-4
DB27-00004B
SOLENOID ASS´Y
RANCO, LB81001
1
8-5
DB65-40074A
TERMINAL BLOCK
5P, N, L, 1, 2, 3
1
9
DB72-00453A
CLOTH-COMP
T8, 425, 225, 44F COMP
1
10
44B092HW1EL
ROTARY COMP
1Ph, 115V, 60Hz
1
11
DB35-20066E
PROTECTOR O/L
MRA12093-12007
1
12
DB73-10004B
GROMMET-ISOLATOR
SILICON
3
13
DB60-30018A
NUT-FLANGE
PI0.8, M5, SM20C
1
14
DB63-20002A
GASKET
EPDM, TO.8
1
15
DB63-10165D
COVER-TERMINAL
PBT
1
16
DB60-30028A
NUT-WASHER
HEX, 2C, M8, ZPC
3
17
DB96-00554A
ASS´Y TUBE CAPILLARY
ID1.5 x 1100+1/4”
1
17-1
DB62-00254B
VALVE-SERVICE
1/4INCH
1
18
DB99-00090D
ASS´Y VALVE 4WAY
VK1100B+3/8”
1
18-1
DB62-00118A
4WAY VALVE
BRASS, 3/8INCH, T1.0, RANCO
1
18-2
DB62-40073B
VALVE-SERVICE
C3771BD, 432L/H, 3/8”, 30Kg/cm2G
1
20
DB75-00029A
ASS´Y COND
1.5D-FIN, COATTING 620mm
1
21
DB64-60171D
CABINET-SIDE
SECC-P, T 0.8, A-P/J
1
22
DB67-90024A
HANDLE-CABI LF
ABS
1
23
DB63-10443C
COVER-E, PARTS ASS’Y
SC-90073R
1
UQ09A5(6)MA
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Q’TY
No.
CODE NO
Description
1
DB63-00086B
GUARD-FAN
2
DB60-30004A
NUT-FLALNGE
3
DB67-00036A
4
US07A5(6)MA
US09A5(6)MA
HSWR, IP2, 5&3, SC-90073T, 375FAN
1
1
2C, M6, SM20C, NTR
1
1
FAN-PROPELLER
AS+G/F20%, PI 375, BLK
1
1
DB31-10058G
MOTOR-FAN OUT
AMASS-020ZREA, FAN OUT, 115V/60Hz
1
1
5
DB90-00264A
ASS´Y FRAME (PAINT)
SC-90073T
1
1
6
DB94-00078A
ASS´Y PARTITION
ASS´Y 620mm COND
1
1
7
DB90-00077B
ASS´Y CABI-UPPER
ASS´Y
1
1
8
DB93-00424C
ASS´Y CONTROL OUT
ASS´Y
1
-
DB93-00424B
ASS´Y CONTROL OUT
ASS´Y
-
1
2501-001226
C-OIL (COMP)
25µF, 370VAC
1
-
2501-001230
C-OIL (COMP)
45µF, 370VAC
-
1
8-2
2301-001379
C-OIL (MOTOR)
4.0µF, 450VAC
1
1
8-3
DB33-00423A
ASS’Y LEAD WIRE
V2 P/D (105˚C)
1
1
8-5
DB65-40074A
TERMINAL BLOCK
5P, N, L, 1, 2, 3
1
1
9
DB72-00453A
CLOTH-COMP
T8, 425, 225, 44F COMP
1
1
10
44A072HW1EB
ROTARY COMP
1Ph, 115V/60Hz
1
-
44B092HW1EL
ROTARY COMP
1Ph, 115V/60Hz
-
1
DB47-20001V
PROTECTOR O/L
MRA98706-12008
1
-
DB47-20066E
PROTECTOR O/L
MRA12093-12007
-
1
12
DB73-10004A
GROMMET-ISOLATOR
EPDM
3
3
13
DB60-30018A
NUT-FLANGE
PI0.8, M5, SM20C
1
1
14
DB63-20002A
GASKET
EPDM, TO.8
1
1
15
DB63-10165D
COVER-TERMINAL
PBT
1
1
16
DB60-30028A
NUT-WASHER
HEX, 2C, M8, ZPC
3
3
17
DB96-00553B
ASS’Y TUBE CAPILLARY
ID1.42 x 800+1/4”
1
-
DB96-00553A
ASS´Y TUBE CAPILLARY
ID1.5 x 900+1/4”
-
1
17-1
DB62-00254B
VALVE-SERVICE
1/4INCH
1
1
18
DB96-00615A
ASS’Y SUCTION
ASS’Y
1
-
DB96-00245A
ASS´Y -SUCTION
ASS’Y
-
1
18-2
DB62-40073B
VALVE-SERVICE
3/8 INCH
1
1
19
DB96-00616A
ASS’Y DISCHARGE
ASS’Y
1
-
ASS´Y
8-1
11
92
Specitication
DB96-00154A
ASS´Y -DISCHARGE
-
1
20
DB75-00029B
ASS´Y COND
1.5D-FIN, 620mm
1
1
21
DB64-60171D
CABINET-SIDE
SECC-P, T 0.8, A-P/J
1
1
22
DB67-90024A
HANDLE-CABI LF
ABS
1
1
23
DB63-10443C
COVER-E, PARTS ASS’Y
SC-90073R
1
1
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2-1. Indoor Unit
19
18
17
13-2
13-1 13-3
16
13
12
11
14
9
8
10-1
10-3
5
10-2
10
15
20
6
6-1
7
7-1
7-2
1-2
3
3-2
3-3
4
3-1
2
1
1-1
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No.
94
CODE NO
Description
Specification
Remark
AQ24A2RC
AQ18A6RC
1
DB92-00035Q
ASS’Y FRONT PANEL
ASS’Y
1
1
1-1
DB64-00127A
GRILLE AIR INLET
HIPS
1
1
1-2
DB64-00130B
PANEL FRONT
HIPS: SILVER SPRAY
1
1
2
DB63-30150C
GUARD AIR FILTER
PP
2
2
3
DB74-10101C
CLEANER FILTER ASS´Y
ASS’Y
1
1
3-1
DB61-10164B
CASE-CLEANER FILTER
PP
2
2
3-2
DB74-10082A
DEODORIZING FILTER
POLYESTER/CARBON
1
1
3-3
DB74-10081A
CLEANER FILTER
POLYESTER/COTTON
1
1
4
DB63-00091A
COVER TERMINAL
ABS(V0)
1
1
5
DB70-00116A
PLATE-TERMINAL BLOCK
SGCC-M
1
1
6
DB93-00311C
ASS´Y PCB DISPLAY
ASS’Y
1
1
6-1
DB63-00115A
COVER DISPLAY
ABC(BLK)
1
1
7
DB94-00029G
ASS´Y TRAY DRAIN
ASS´Y
1
1
7-1
DB31-10153B
ASS´Y STEPING MOTOR
MP24S
1
1
7-2
DB66-00104A
BLADE-H
ABS
1
1
8
DB75-40087G
ASS´Y EVAP
PLATE1.2
1
-
DB75-40087H
ASS´Y EVAP
SLiT1.5
-
1
9
DB67-30089E
SPACER-EVAP
PVC
1
1
10
DB90-00140J
ASS´Y HOLDER MOTOR
ASS’Y
1
1
10-1
DB61-00209A
HOLDER MOTOR
PP(Vo)
1
1
10-2
DB65-10108A
CLIP EARTH WIRE
SECC
1
1
10-3
DB65-00039A
TERMINAL BLOCK ASS´Y
5P,25A
1
1
11
DB31-10151D
MOTOR FAN IN
IC-9430SKF7B
1
1
12
DB94-00040J
ASS´Y-C-F-FAN
ø95 x L
1
1
13
DB90-40135D
ASS´Y HOLDER BEARING
ASS’Y
1
1
13-1
DB94-00074A
RUBBER BEARING
CR
1
1
13-2
DB61-40244A
HOLDER BEARING
PP
1
1
13-3
DB94-40007A
BEARING
PG5
1
1
14
PD-TQ24A1R-00
ASS´Y MAIN PCB
PD-TQ24A1R-00
1
1
15
DB32-00027B
ASS´Y-TERMISTOR
103AT
1
1
16
DB61-10163A
CASE CONTROL
ABS(VO)
1
1
17
DB94-20037F
ASS´Y BACK BODY
HIPS
1
1
18
DB90-00163A
HOLDER PIPE
PP
1
1
19
DB70-10663A
PLATE HANGER
SGCC-M
1
1
20
DB63-00227A
COVER-TERMINAL BLOCK
ABS
1
1
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No.
CODE NO
Description
Specification
Remark
AS24A2RC
AS18A6RC
1
DB92-00035A
ASS´Y FRONT PANEL
ASS’Y
1
1
1-1
DB64-00127A
GRILLE AIR INLET
HIPS
1
1
1-2
DB64-00130A
PANEL FRONT
HIPS
1
1
2
DB63-30150C
GUARD AIR FILTER
PP
2
2
3
DB74-10101C
CLEANER FILTER ASS’Y
ASS’Y
1
1
3-1
DB61-10164B
CASE CLEANER FILTER
PP
2
2
3-2
DB74-10082A
DEODORIZING FILTER
POLYESTER/CARBON
1
1
3-3
DB74-10081A
CLEANER FILTER
POLYESTER/COTTON
1
1
4
DB63-00091A
COVER TERMINAL
ABS(V0)
1
1
5
DB70-00116A
PLATE-TERMINAL BLOCK
SGCC-NI
1
1
6
DB93-00311C
ASS´Y PCB DISPLAY
ASS’Y
1
1
6-1
DB63-00115A
COVER DISPLAY
ABS(BLK)
1
1
7
DB94-00029G
ASS´Y TRAY DRAIN
ASS’Y
1
1
7-1
DB31-10153B
ASS´Y STEPPING MOTOR
STEPPING
1
1
7-2
DB66-00104A
BLADE-H
ABS
1
1
8
DB75-40087G
ASS´Y EVAP
PLATE1.2(5/8”)
1
-
DB75-40087F
ASS´Y EVAP
SLIT1.5(1/2”)
-
1
9
DB67-30089E
ASS’Y SPACER
PVC
1
1
10
DB90-00140K
ASS´Y HOLDER MOTOR
ASS’Y
1
1
10-1
DB61-00209A
HOLDER MOTOR
PP
1
1
10-2
DB65-10108A
CLIP EARTH WIRE
SECC
1
1
10-3
DB65-00039B
TERMINAL BLOCK ASS´Y
6P, 25A
1
1
11
DB31-10151D
MOTOR FAN IN
IC-9430SKC7B
1
1
12
DB94-00040J
ASS´Y C-F-FAN
ø95 x L
1
1
13
DB90-40135D
ASS´Y HOLDER BEARING
ASS’Y
1
1
13-1
DB94-00074A
RUBBER BEARING
CR
1
1
13-2
DB61-40244A
HOLDER BEARING
PP
1
1
13-3
DB94-40007A
BEARING
PG5
1
1
14
PD-TQ24A1R-01
ASS´Y MAIN PCB
PD-TQ24A1R
1
1
15
DB32-00027B
ASS´Y THERMISTOR
103AT
1
1
16
DB-61-10163A
CASE CONTROL
ABS(VO)
1
1
17
DB94-20037H
ASS’Y BACK BODY
HIPS
1
1
18
DB90-00163A
HOLDER PIPE
PP
1
1
19
DB70-10663A
PLATE HANGER
SGCC-M
1
1
20
DB63-00227A
COVER-TERMINAL BLOCK
ABS
1
1
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2-2. Outdoor Unit(UQ24A2RC/US24A2RC)
10
8
6
16
9
5
11
7
13-2
13
14-3
14
14-1
15-6
4
12-1
1
14-2
15-4
15-1
15
12-2
3
12
15-5
13-1
15-3
15-2
AQ24A2RC
7
18
13
14
2
14-1
15-6
12-2
12-1
14-2
15-4
15
12
15-5
13-1
15-1
15-3
15-2
AS24A2RC
17-1
17-2
96
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Q’TY
No.
CODE NO
Description
Specification
Remark
UQ24AZRC
1
DB90-10634A
ASS’Y WELD FRONT
SC-90073T
1
2
DB90-20210A
ASS’Y-BASE OUT
SC-90073T
1
3
DB67-50074A
ASS’Y-FAN
AS+G/F20%
1
4
DB60-20020A
BOLT SPECIAL
M8 L25
1
5
DB31-00027F
MOTOR FAN OUT
OSM-906SRC
1
6
DB95-20147A
ASS’Y-MOTOR B/K
SGCC-M
1
7
DB94-50039C
PARTITION
SGCC-M
1
8
DB75-30102F
ASS’Y-CONDENSER
ASS’Y
1
9
DB90-40176B
COVER-CONTROL
ABS(V5)
1
10
DB64-60160B
CABI SIDE OUT
SC-90073T
1
11
DB90-10616A
TOP COVER
SC-90073T
1
12
DB95-10339G
COMPRESSOR
H29B26UABCA
1
12-1
DB73-10004A
GROMMET ISOLATOR
EPDM
4
12-2
DB60-00028A
NUT WASHER
M8
4
13
DB99-10149A
ASS’Y-4WAY V/V
ASS’Y
1
13-1
DB62-40055F
PACKED V/V 15.88”
20LT/MIN
1
13-2
DB62-40036A
4WAY V/V
CHV-0201
1
14
DB99-10138E
ASS’Y-CHECK V/V
ASS’Y
1
14-1
DB62-31798C
TUBE CAPI(C)
C1220T-O
1
DB62-31798D
“
“
-
14-2
DB62-40039C
PACKED V/V 6.35”
6.35 INCH
1
14-3
DB62-31802B
TUBE CAPI(H)
C1220T-O
1
15
DB93-00306F
ASS’Y CONTROL OUT
ASS’Y
1
15-1
DB34-90054B
SWITCH MAGNET
41NB21AG
1
15-2
2501-001194
CAPACITOR
35µFx450VAC
1
15-3
DB65-00040A
TERMINAL BLOCK
8P/35A
1
15-4
DB95-90026B
SPARK KILLER
-
1
15-5
3601-000236
FUSE
2A,250V
1
15-6
2501-000398
MOTOR CAPACITOR
4µF/450VAC
1
16
DB72-50622A
CLOTH SOUND COMP
-
1
17-1
DB67-20011A
DRAIN PLUG OUT
PP
1
17-2
DB60-30010A
NUT FLANGE 6.35”
C3771BD
2
17-3
DB60-30010D
NUT FLANGE 15.88”
C3771BD
2
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Q’TY
No.
CODE NO
Description
Specification
Remark
US24A2RC
98
1
DB90-10634A
ASS’Y WELD FRONT
SC-90073T
1
2
DB90-20210A
ASS’Y-BASE OUT
SC-90073T
1
3
DB67-50074A
ASS’Y-FAN
AS+G/F20%
1
4
DB60-20020A
BOLT SPECIAL
M8 L25
1
5
DB31-00027F
MOTOR FAN OUT
OSME-906SRC
1
6
DB95-20147A
ASS’Y-MOTOR B/K
SGCC-M
1
7
DB94-50039C
PARTITION
SGCC-M
1
8
DB75-30102F
ASS’Y-CONDENSER
ASS’Y
1
9
DB90-40176B
COVER-CONTROL
ABS(V5)
1
10
DB64-60160B
CABI SIDE OUT
SC-90073T
1
11
DB90-10616A
TOP COVER
SC-90073T
1
12
DB95-10339F
COMPRESSOR
H29B26UABCA
1
12-1
DB73-10004A
GROMMET ISOLATOR
EPDM
4
12-2
DB60-00028A
NUT WASHER
M8
4
13
DB96-10637A
ASS’Y SUCTION
ASS’Y
1
13-1
DB62-40055F
PACKED V/V 15.88”
20LT/MIN
1
14
DB96-10635A
ASS’Y-TUBE CAPI
ASS’Y
1
14-1
DB62-31842B
TUBE CAPI(C)
ID 1.7 x 900 x 2
1
14-2
DB62-40039C
PACKED V/V 6.35”
6.35 INCH
1
15
DB93-00306E
ASS’Y CONTROL OUT
ASS’Y
1
15-1
DB34-90057A
SWITCH MAGNET
45CG20AGB
1
15-2
2501-001194
COMPOR CAPACITOR
35µFx450VAC
-
15-3
DB65-00040A
TERMINAL BLOCK
8P/35A
1
15-4
DB95-90026B
SPARK KILLER
-
1
15-5
3601-000236
FUSE
2A, 250V
1
15-6
2501-000389
MOTOR CAPACITOR
4µF x 450VAC
1
16
DB72-50622A
CLOTH SOUND
-
1
17-1
DB60-30010A
NUT FLANGE 6.35”
G3771BD
2
17-2
DB60-30010D
NUT FLANGE 15.88”
G3771BD
2
18
DB96-10670A
TUBE-DISCHARGE
-
1
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2-3. Outdoor Unit(UQ18A6RC/US18A6RC)
10
8
16
7
6
9
11
12-3
12-4
14
12
12-2
12-1
15-4
15-1
15
15-6
4
1
15-3
5
3
15-2
15-7
13
13-1
12-5 AQ18A6RC
12-4
12-3
2
18
14
12
14-1
12-2
12-1
15-6
15-4
15
13
13-1
15-5
15-1
15-3
15-2
AS18A6RC
17-1
17-2
17-3
17-4
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Q’TY
No.
CODE NO
Description
Specification
Remark
UQ18A6RC
1
DB90-00260A
ASS’Y-WELD FRONT
SC-90073T
1
2
DB90-20210B
ASS’Y-BASE OUT
SC-90073T
1
3
DB67-50063A
ASS’Y-FAN
AS+G/F20%
1
4
DB60-30020A
NET FLANGE
M6LF
1
5
DB31-10119C
MOTOR FAN OUT
ASS035ZTEE
1
6
DB61-20008C
BASE-MOTOR
SGCC-M
1
7
DB94-00080A
PARTITION
SGCC-M
1
8
DB75-00058A
ASS’Y-CONDENSER
ASS’Y
1
9
DB90-40176B
COVER-CONTROL
ABS(V5)
1
10
DB64-60160C
ASS’Y-CABI BACK
SC-90073T
1
11
DB90-10616D
TOP COVER
SC-90073T
1
12
48B190JVIEH
COMPRESSOR
48B190JVIEH
1
12-1
DB73-00067A
GROMMET ISOLATOR
NR, BLK
3
12-2
DB60-30028A
NUT WASHER
M8
3
12-3
DB60-30018A
NUT FLANGE
M5
1
12-4
DB63-10165D
COVER-TERMINAL
PBT, GRY
1
12-5
DB95-00212A
ASS’Y-HEATER
240V, 45W
1
13
DB99-00087B
ASS’Y-4WAY V/V
ASS’Y
1
13-1
DB62-40022A
PACKED V/V 1/2”
10LT/MIN
1
14
DB99-00088A
ASS’Y-CHECK V/V
ASS’Y
1
15
DB93-00415F
ASS’Y CONTROL OUT
ASS’Y
1
15-1
DB34-90057A
SWITCH MAGNET
45CG20AGB
1
15-2
2501-001238
CAPACITOR
40/450VAC
1
15-3
DB65-00040A
TERMINAL BLOCK
8P/20A
1
15-4
DB95-90026B
SPARK KILLER
ASS’Y
1
15-5
3601-000236
FUSE
2A,250V
1
15-6
2501-001370
MOTOR CAPACITOR
2.5µF/450VAC
1
15-7
DB32-00007A
THERMOSTAT
PW 2N
1
16
DB72-50622A
CLOTH SOUND
-
1
17-1
DB67-20011A
DRAIN PLUG OUT
PP
1
17-2
DB63-10355C
CAP DRAIN
CR
1
17-3
DB60-30010A
NUT FLANGE 1/4”
C3771BD
2
17-4
DB60-30010C
NUT FLANGE 1/2”
C3771BD
2
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Q’TY
No.
CODE NO
Description
Specification
Remark
US18A6RC
1
DB90-00260A
ASS’Y-CABI FRONT
SC-90073T
1
2
DB90-20210B
ASS’Y-BASE OUT
SC-90073T
1
3
DB67-50074A
ASS’Y-FAN
AS+G/F20%
1
4
DB60-20020A
BLOT SPECIAL
M8L25
1
5
DB31-10119C
MOTOR FAN OUT
ASS035ZTEE
1
6
DB95-20147A
ASS’Y-MOTOR B/K
SGCC-M
1
7
DB94-00080A
PARTITION
SGCC-M
1
8
DB75-00058B
ASS’Y-CONDENSER
ASS’Y
1
9
DB90-40176B
COVER-CONTROL
ABS(V5)
1
10
DB64-60160B
CABI SIDE OUT
SC-90073T
1
11
DB90-10616D
TOP COVER
SC-90073T
1
12
48B190JV1EH
COMPRESSOR
48B190JV1EH
1
13
DB96-00504A
ASS’Y-SUCTION
ASS’Y
1
13-1
DB62-40022A
PACKED V/V 12.7”
10LT/MIN, 1/2”
1
14
DB96-00502B
ASS’Y-TUBE CAPI
ASS’Y
1
14-1
DB62-40039C
PACKED V/V 6.35”
6.35 INCH
1
15
DB93-00416F
ASS’Y CONTROL OUT
ASS’Y
1
15-1
DB34-90057A
SWITCH MAGNET
45CG20ALB
1
15-2
2501-001238
CAPACITOR COMP
40µF x 450VAC
1
15-3
DB65-00040A
TERMINAL BLOCK
8P, 35A
1
15-4
DB95-90026B
SPARK KILLER
-
1
15-5
3601-000236
FUSE
2A, 250V
1
15-6
2501-001370
CAPACITOR MOTOR
2.5µF x 450VAC
1
16
DB72-50615A
CLOTH SOUND
-
1
17-1
DB60-30010A
NUT FLANGE 6.35”
C3771BD
1
17-2
DB60-30010D
NUT FLANGE 15.88”
C3771BD
1
18
DB96-00503A
TUBE-DISCHARGE
-
1
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Multi Type
3-1. Indoor Unit
19
18
16
17
15
11
10
1
9
913
12
14
6
7
8
1
65
2
6-
4
3
2
1
1
1-
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Q’TY
No.
CODE NO
Description
Specification
AD18A1C09 AD26A1C13 AM26A1C13 AM18A1C09 AM27A1C07 AM27A1C13
1
DB64-10140A
GRILLE AIR INLET
ABS
1
1
1
1
1
1
1-1
DB64-70073A
PANEL CENTER DISPLAY
PC
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
DB63-30131A
GUARD AIR FILTER
PP
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
DB63-10472B
COVER TERMINAL
HIPS
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
DB92-70075E
ASS’Y FRONT PANEL
ASS’Y
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
DB93-10560B
ASS’Y DISPLAY PCB
ASS’Y(EDGE)
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
DB94-10088B
ASS’Y TRAY DRAIN
ASS’Y
1
1
1
1
1
1
6-1
DB95-20138A
ASS’Y STEP MOTOR U/D
DC12V.600GR
1
1
1
1
1
1
6-2
DB66-30153A
BLADE-H
HIPS
1
1
1
1
1
1
7
DB75-40095A
ASS’Y EVAP
ASS’Y
-
1
1
-
-
1
DB75-40095B
ASS’Y EVAP
ASS’Y
1
-
-
1
1
-
8
DB67-30058C
SPACER EVAP
PVC
1
1
1
1
1
1
9
DB61-10011B
ASS’Y HOLDER MOTOR
ASS’Y
1
1
1
1
1
1
9-1
DB65-00007A
ASS’Y TERMINAL BLOCK
ASS’Y
1
1
1
1
1
1
10
DB31-10078H
MOTOR FAN IN
AMPFS040WTVB
1
1
1
1
1
1
11
DB94-30141A
ASS’Y-C-F-FAN
95 x 619.4mm
1
1
1
1
1
1
12
DB94-40017A
ASS’Y BEARING
ASS’Y
1
1
1
1
1
1
13
DB93-10626A
ASS’Y MAIN PCB
ASS’Y
1
-
1
-
1
-
DB93-10626B
ASS’Y MAIN PCB
ASS’Y
-
1
-
1
-
1
14
DB32-10008D
ASS’Y-TERMISTOR
ASS’Y
1
1
1
1
1
1
15
DB63-10427B
COVER TERMINAL
ABS
1
1
1
1
1
1
16
DB61-60093A
BODY-BUSH
HIPS
1
1
1
1
1
1
17
DB94-20030C
ASS’Y BACK BODY
ASS’Y
1
1
1
1
1
1
18
DB61-40247A
HOLDER PIPE
HIPS
1
1
1
1
1
1
19
DB70-10618A
PLATE HANGER
SGCC-M
1
1
1
1
1
1
Exploded Views and Parts List
103
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3-2. Outdoor Unit(UD26A1C2/UM26A1C2/UM27A1C3)
10(10-1~10-3)
8-2
9
(9-1~9-3)
17(17-1,16-1)
5(5-1)
??
15(15-1~15-5)
16(16-1,17-1)
??
6(6-1~6-2)
18
13(13-1~13-5)
4
11
2
14
1(1-1)
104 Exploded Views and Parts List
8(8-3)
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■ Parts List
Q’TY
No.
CODE NO
Description
Specification
Remark
UD18A1C2 UM18A1C2 UM27A1C3
1
1-1
2
3
4
5
5-1
6
6-1
6-2
7
8
8-1
8-2
8-3
8-4
9
9-1
9-2
9-3
10
10-1
10-2
10-3
11
12
12-1
12-2
12-3
12-4
12-5
12-6
13
13-1
13-2
14
15
15-1
15-2
15-3
15-4
15-5
16
16-1
17
17-1
18
19
DB90-10163D
DB72-50520A
DB67-50067A
DB31-10083A
DB61-20093A
DB61-20094A
DB64-60134B
DB72-60053A
DB90-40120A
DB63-10433A
DB63-10434A
DB90-20207A
DB99-10160A
DB99-10174A
DB99-10176A
DB62-40101A
DB62-40074C
DB62-40099A
DB62-40102A
DB61-30510A
DB62-40073B
DB99-10163A
DB62-40034A
DB62-31965A
DB96-10724A
DB96-10725A
DB62-31966A
DB99-10164A
DB62-40034A
DB62-31965A
DB62-31966A
DB63-30027C
DB93-40888A
DB93-40886A
DB93-40890A
DB61-10199A
DB61-10200A
2501-001158
DB65-40072A
DB65-40072C
2501-000398
DB93-10621A
DB93-10617A
DB94-50041A
DB72-60099A
DB67-30083A
DB63-10213C
DB95-10063D
DB73-10004A
DB60-30028A
DB60-30018A
DB63-10165B
DB47-20001G
DB99-10161A
DB62-40035A
DB99-10162A
DB62-40035A
DB27-10034A
DB27-10034B
DB75-30109A
DB75-30108A
DB63-30110J
ASS'Y-WELD FRONT
INSUL FRONT OUT
FAN-PROPELLER
MOTOR-FAN OUT
BASE-MOTOR
BASE-MOTOR
CABINET-SIDE
INSUL SIDE CABI
ASS'Y-COVER VALVE
COVER-CONTROL
COVER-VALVE
ASS'Y-BASE OUT
ASS'Y-VALVE
ASS'Y-VALVE
ASS'Y-VALVE
VALVE-PACKED 1/2"
VALVE-PACKED 1/2"
VALVE-PACKED 1/4"
VALVE-PACKED 1/4"
BRACKET-VALVE
VALVE-PACKED 3/8"
ASS'Y CHECK V/V, A
VALVE CHECK
TUBE CAPI (C)
TUBE CAPI (B)
TUBE CAPI (C)
TUBE CAPI (H)
ASS'Y CHECK V/V, B
VALVE CHECK
TUBE CAPI (C)
TUBE CAPI (H)
GUARD-COND
ASS'Y CONTROL OUT
ASS'Y CONTROL OUT
ASS'Y CONTROL OUT
CASE CONTROL OUT
CASE PCB OUT
C-OIL
TERMINAL BLOCK
TERMINAL BLOCK
C-OIL
ASS'Y-PCB MAIN OUT
ASS'Y-PCB MAIN OUT
ASS'Y-PARTITION
INSUL PARTITION
PARTITION
COVER-TOP
ASS'Y-COMP
GROMMET-ISOLATOR
NUT-WASHER
NUT-FLANGE
COVER-TERMINAL
OLP
ASS'Y 4-WAY V/V, A
4-WAY VALVE
ASS'Y 4-WAY V/V, B
SOLENOID-V/V
SOLENOID-V/V B
SOLENOID-V/V C
CONDENSER
CONDENSER
SCREEN-GUARD
SC-90073T
FOAM PU + FOAM PE
AS+G/F20%
OSM-736SRC
SGCC-M
SGCC-M
SECC-P
FOAM PU + FOAM PE
ASS'Y
PP
pp
AD26A1C2
AD26A1C2
AM26A1C2
AM27A1C3
1/2”
1/2”
1/4”
1/4”
SC-90073T
3/8"
ASS'Y
30kg/m2G
ID 1.7 x 900
ASS’Y
ASS’Y
ID 1.7 x 550
ASS'Y
30kg/m2G
ID 1.7 x 900
ID 1.7 x 550
SC-90073T
UD26A1C2
UM26A1C2
AM27A1C3
SGCC-M
AD18A1C2
25µF450V
8P
8P
4µF450V
UD26A1C2
UM27A1C3
ASS'Y
FOAM PE + FOAM PU
SGCC-M
SECC-P
48H135IV1E5
EPDM
M8
P10.8
NORYL
MRA12002-9200
ASS'Y
SAGINOMIYA
ASS'Y
ASS'Y
ASS'Y
SAGINOMIYA
ASS'Y
ASS'Y
P.E.H 100%
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
6
6
2
2
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
6
6
2
2
2
1
1
-
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
-
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
6
6
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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3-3. Outdoor Unit(UD18A1C2/UM18A1C2)
10(10-1~10-3)
9(9-1~9-3)
19
8-2
16(16-1,17-1)
8-1
18
17(17-1,16-1)
8-1
14(14-1)
12(12-1~12-6)
13(13-1)
4
15(15-1~15-5)
3
7
11
2
6
1(1-1)
5(5-1)
8
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■ Parts List
Q’TY
No.
1
1-1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
8-1
8-2
8-3
9
9-1
9-2
9-3
10
10-1
10-2
10-3
11
12
12-1
12-2
12-3
12-4
12-5
12-6
13
13-1
14
15
15-1
15-2
15-3
15-4
15-5
16
16-1
17
17-1
18
19
CODE NO
DB90-10153J
DB72-60034A
DB67-50063A
DB31-00001A
DB61-20008C
DB64-60130B
DB64-60130A
DB90-40168A
DB90-40168B
DB90-20211A
DB99-10168A
DB99-10064A
DB62-40095A
DB62-40094A
DB62-31368A
DB99-10169A
DB62-40034A
DB62-31965B
DB62-31966A
DB99-10170A
DB62-40034A
DB62-31965B
DB62-31966A
DB63-30025D
DB93-40889A
DB93-40887A
DB61-10199A
DB61-10200A
2501-001157
DB65-40072A
2501-001066
DB93-10621A
DB94-50036A
DB72-60034B
DB63-10011A
DB95-10065X
DB73-10004A
DB60-30028A
DB60-30018A
DB63-10165B
DB47-20002A
DB99-10150A
DB62-40035A
DB99-10151A
DB62-40035A
DB75-30110A
DB96-30296A
DB75-30130B
Description
ASS'Y-WELD FRONT
INSUL FRONT
FAN-PROPELLER
MOTOR-FAN OUT
BASE-MOTOR
CABINET-SIDE
CABINET-SIDE
ASS’Y COVER-CONTROL
ASS’Y COVER-CONTROL
ASS'Y-BASE OUT
ASS'Y-VALVE
ASS'Y-VALVE
VALVE-PACKED 3/8"
VALVE-PACKED 1/4"
TUBE CAPI-C
ASS'Y CHECK V/V, A
VALVE CHECK
TUBE CAPI (C)
TUBE CAPI (H)
ASS'Y CHECK V/V, B
VALVE CHECK
TUBE CAPI (C)
TUBE CAPI (H)
GUARD-COND
ASS'Y CONTROL OUT
ASS'Y CONTROL OUT
CASE CONTROL OUT
CASE PCB OUT
C-OIL
TERMINAL BLOCK
C-OIL
ASS’Y-PCB MAIN OUT
ASS’Y PARTITION
INSUL PARTITION
COVER-TOP
ASS'Y-COMP
GROMMET-ISOLATOR
NUT-WASHER
NUT-FLANGE
COVER-TERMINAL
OLP
ASS'Y 4-WAY V/V, A
4-WAY VALVE
ASS'Y 4-WAY V/V, B
SOLENOID-V/V
CONDENSER
CONDENSER
SCREEN-GUARD
Specification
SC-90073J
FOAM PU
AS+G/F20%
IC-9630SLF6J
SGCC-M
SECC-P
SECC-P
94-5V
94-5V
AD18A1C2
AD18A1C2
AM18A1C2
3/8”
1/4”
ID 1.5 x 800
ASS'Y
30kg/m2G
ID 1.5 X 900
ID 1.7 X 550
ASS'Y
30kg/m2G
ID 1.5 X 900
ID 1.7 X 550
SC-90073T
AD18A1C2
AM18A1C2
SGCC-M
AD18A1C2
20µF X 450V
8P
2.5µF X 450V
AD18A1C2
ASS’Y
FOAM PE+FOAM PU
SECC-P
44B092IW1E6
EPDM
M8
P10.8
NORYL
MRA12032-12008
AD18A1C2
SAGINOMIYA
AD18A1C2
SAGINOMIYA
ASS'Y
ASS’Y
P.E.H 100%
Remark
UD18A1C2
UM18A1C2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
6
6
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
6
6
2
2
2
1
1
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13 Wiring Diagrams
1
Single Type For 7K, 9K, 12K Models
1-1. Indoor Unit
■ AQ✳✳A6M✳
108 Wiring Diagrams
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■ AS✳✳A6M✳
Wiring Diagrams
109
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1-2. Outdoor Unit
■ UQ09A5(6)MA
DIAGRAM-OUTDOOR
C1 : 4µF X 450VAC
C2 : 45µF x 370VAC
■ UQ12A5(6)MC
DIAGRAM-OUTDOOR
C1 : 1.5µF X 450VAC
110 Wiring Diagrams
C2 : 25µF x 370VAC
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■ US07A5(6)MA
DIAGRAM-OUTDOOR
C1 : 4µF x 450VAC
■ US09A5(6)MA
■ US12A5(6)MC
DIAGRAM-OUTDOOR
C1 : 4µF x 450VAC
C2 : 25µF x 370VAC
C2 : 45µF x 370VAC
DIAGRAM-OUTDOOR
C1 : 1.5µF x 450VAC
C2 : 25µF x 370VAC
Wiring Diagrams
111
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Page 112
Single Type for 18K, 24K Models
2-1. Indoor Unit(AQ✳A✳RC/AS✳A✳RC)
■ AQ24A2RC, AQ18A6RC
112 Wiring Diagrams
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■ AS24A2RC
Page 113
■ AS18A6RC
Wiring Diagrams
113
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2-2. Outdoor Unit(UQ✳✳A✳RC/US✳✳A✳RC)
■ UQ24A2RC
DIAGRAM-OUTDOOR
MARK
52C
20C
C1
F
NAME
MAGNETIC CONTACTOR
SOLENOID COIL
CAPACITOR
FUSE(2A,250V~)
MARK
TB 1,2
CH
FM1
S
NAME
TERMINAL BLOCK
CRANK CASE HEATER
FAN MOTOR
SPARK KILLER
■ UQ18A6RC
DIAGRAM-OUTDOOR
MARK
52C
F
S
114 Wiring Diagrams
NAME
MAGNETIC CONTACTOR
FUSE(2A, 250V~)
SPARK KILLER
MARK
TB1, 2
FM1
NAME
TERMINAL BLOCK
FAN MOTOR
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■ US24A2RC
DIAGRAM-OUTDOOR
52C
52C
MARK
52C
C1
F
NAME
MAGNETIC CONTACTOR
CAPACITOR
FUSE(2A, 250V~)
MARK
TB 1, 2
FM1
S
NAME
TERMINAL BLOCK
FAN MOTOR
SPARK KILLER
■ US18A6RC
DIAGRAM-OUTDOOR
MARK
52C
F
S
NAME
MAGNETIC CONTACTOR
FUSE(2A, 250V~)
SPARK KILLER
MARK
TB1, 2
FM1
NAME
TERMINAL BLOCK
FAN MOTOR
Wiring Diagrams
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Multi Type
3-1. Indoor Unit(AQSSASRC/ASSSASRC)
■ AM26A1C13/AM18AC09
116 Wiring Diagrams
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■ AD26A1C13/AD18AC09
Wiring Diagrams
117
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■ AM27A1C07/AM27A1C13
118 Wiring Diagrams
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3-1. Outdoor Unit
■ UD26A1C2/UD18A1C2
Wiring Diagrams
119
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■ UM26A1C2/UM18A1C2
120 Wiring Diagrams
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■ UM27A1C3
Wiring Diagrams
121
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MEMO
122 Wiring Diagrams
14 Schematic Diagrams
1
Single Type
1-1. Indoor Unit(A✳✳✳A6M✳)
Schematic Diagrams
123
1-2. Indoor Unit(A✳✳✳A✳RC)
124 Schematic Diagrams
2
Multi Type
2-1. Indoor Unit(AD26A1C13/09)
Schematic Diagrams
125
2-2. Outdoor Unit (UD26A1C2/UM18A1C2)
126 Schematic Diagrams
2-3. Indoor Unit (AM✳✳A1C✳)
Schematic Diagrams
127
2-4. Outdoor Unit (UM27A1C3)
128 Schematic Diagrams
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ELECTRONICS
© Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. MAY. 2001.
Printed in Korea.
Code No. DB81-00210A(1)