Samsung AM017FNLDEH 1.7kW Slim Duct User Manual

features of your new
air conditioner
• Cool Summer Offer
On those hot sweltering summer days and long restless nights, there is no better escape
from the heat than the cool comforts of home. Your new air conditioner brings an end to
exhausting hot summer days and lets you rest. This summer, beat the heat with your own
air conditioner.
• Cost Efficient System
Your new air conditioner not only provides maximum cooling power in the summer, but can
also be an efficient heating method in the winter with the advanced “Heat pump” system.
This technology is up to 300% more efficient than electrical heating, so you can further
reduce its running cost. Now, meet year-round needs with one air conditioner.
• Flexible installation
Duct type air conditioner is designed to be slimmer and offers different solutions for any
shape room allowing for specific air flow requirements. Also, the air intake can be set up on
either the bottom or rear of the unit, so there is more flexibility in installation.
For easy future reference write the model and serial number
down. You will find your model number on the right side of
the air conditioner.
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Model #
Serial #
safety information
To prevent electric shock, disconnect the power before servicing, cleaning, and installing
the air conditioner.
SAFETY INFORMATION
Because the following operating instructions cover various models, the characteristics
of your air conditioner may differ slightly from those described in this manual. If you have
any questions, call your nearest contact center or find help and information online at
www.samsung.com.
Important safety symbols and precautions:
WARNING
CAUTION
CAUTION
Hazards or unsafe practices that may result in severe
personal injury or death.
Hazards or unsafe practices that may result in minor
personal injury or property damage.
To reduce the risk of fire, explosion, electric shock, or
personal injury when using your air conditioner, follow
these basic safety precautions:
Do NOT attempt.
Do NOT disassemble.
Do NOT touch.
Follow directions carefully.
Unplug the power plug from the wall socket.
Make sure the machine is grounded to prevent electric
shock.
Call the contact center for help.
Note.
These warning signs are here to prevent injury to you and others.
Please follow them carefully.
After reading this section, keep it in a safe place for future
reference.
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Before using your new air conditioner, please read this manual thoroughly to ensure that
you know how to safely and efficiently operate the extensive features and functions of
your new appliance.
safety information
WARNING
SEVERE WARNING SIGNS
Do not place the air conditioner near hazardous substances or
equipment that releases free flames to avoid fire, explosions or injuries.
• Potential risk of fire hazard or explosion.
Do not install the outdoor unit at an unstable place or elevated surface
where there is potential risk of falling.
• If the outdoor unit falls, it may cause personal injury or loss of property.
Failure or damage may occur if any changes or modification that is not
stated in the installation manual was performed. In this case, user will
be responsible for the repair expenses.
Install the air conditioner away from direct exposure to sunlight,
heating apparatus, and humid places.
• Hang curtains on windows to boost cooling efficiency and to avoid the
risk of electric shock.
Do not cut the power plug and connect to a different power cable.
Do not yank the power cable and touch the power plug with hands.
• Potential risk of fire or electric shock.
Never use a damaged or dusted power plug, power cable, or loosened
power receptacle.
• Potential risk of fire or electric shock.
Install an exclusive circuit breaker and short-circuit breaker for the air
conditioner.
• Potential risk of electric shock or fire.
Do not insert anything such as fingers or branches into the air
conditioner vents while the air conditioner is running.
• Keep the children away from the air conditioner to prevent them from
putting their finger on the air conditioner. Potential risk of personal injury.
Ensure no water gets into the air conditioner.
• Potential risk or electric shock.
• If the water gets into the air conditioner, stop and unplug the power
source immediately.
Turn off the air conditioner using the provided remote control or control
accessory (if provided). Do not unplug to turn off the unit (unless there
is an immediate danger).
Do not run the air conditioner for an extended period of time in a room
with the door closed or with babies, elderly or disabled people.
• Open the door or windows to ventilate your room at least once an hour to
prevent oxygen shortage.
The air conditioner is composed of moving parts. Keep children away
from the unit to avoid physical injury.
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Make sure that children take precautions against access to the air
conditioner and they do not play with the unit.
Do not clean the interior of air conditioner on your own.
• You may damage the parts which can cause electric shock or fire
• Consult contact center for cleaning the interior of the air conditioner.
Consult the place of purchase or contact to install,reinstall or
disassemble the aire conditioner.
• Improper installation carries a risk of unit malfunction, water leakage, electric
shock or fire.
• If installing in specialty areas, such as a factory complex or saline coastal
area, consult the place of purchase or contact center for specific installation
details.
• The units must be installed according to distances declared, in order to
permit accessibility from each side, either to guarantee correct operation of
maintenance or repairing products. The unit’s parts must be reachable and
removable completely under safety condition (for people or things).
Consult a dealer regarding the appropriate measures to prevent the
allowable concentration from being exceeded.
• If the refrigerant leaks, and cause the concentration limit to be exceeded,
hazards due to lack of oxygen in the room may result.
If the indoor unit gets wet, turn the power off immediately and call your
nearest contact center.
• Potential risk of fire or electric shock.
Always make sure that the power supply is compliant with current safety
standards. Always install the air conditioner in compliance with current
local safety standards.
Verify that the voltage and frequency of the power supply comply with
the specifications and that the installed power is sufficient to ensure
the operation of any other domestic appliance connected to the same
electric lines.
Use a rated circuit breaker only.
• Never use steel wires or copper wires as a circuit breaker. It may cause fire
or unit malfunctions.
Do not put undue stress or place heavy object on the power cable.
Do not bend the power cable excessively.
• Potential risk of fire or electric shock.
To protect the product from water and possible shock, you should keep
the power cable and the connection cord of the indoor and outdoor units
in the protection tube.
When opening or closing the front panel, use a stable stool and watch
your steps carefully.
Disconnect the air conditioner from power supply before it is repaired or
disassembled.
Clean the air conditioner after the inner fan stops operating.
• Potential risk of injury or electric shock.
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Do not Connect the air conditioner with heating apparatus or attempt to
disassemble,remodel or repair it yourself.
• Potential risk of malfunction, electric shock or fire. If repairs are needed,
consult the contact center.
safety information
WARNING
SEVERE WARNING SIGNS (CONT’D)
Use a receptacle that has a ground terminal. The receptacle must be
used exclusively for the air conditioner.
• Improper electrical grounding may cause electric shock or fire.
Be sure to ground the unit. Do not connect the ground wire to gas or
water pipes, lighting rods, or telephone grounding lines.
• If the unit is not properly grounded, electric shock may result.
If you smell burning plastic, hear strange sounds, or see smoke coming
from the unit, unplug the air conditioner immediately and call a contact
center.
• Potential risk of fire or electric shock.
CAUTION
CAUTION SIGNS
Do not block or place items in front of the air conditioner. Do not step,
hang onto, or place heavy items on the air conditioner.
• Potential risk of personal injury.
If failure or damage occurs on the conditions of improper use not
followed by the installation manual, there will be an extra labor charge
for installing and construction.
• Potential risk of malfunction, electric shock or fire if repairs or installations
are attempted by a non-qualified service technician.
Do not spray flammable gases such as insecticide near the air
conditioner.
• Potential risk of electric shock, fire or unit malfunction.
Do not open the front grille during operation.
• Potential risk of electric shock or unit malfunction.
Cool air should not flow directly towards people, pets, and plants.
• It is harmful to your health, pets, and plants.
Do not drink drain water coming out of the air conditioner.
• Potential risk of health hazard.
Do not allow children to climb on the air conditioner.
Do not use the air conditioner as a cooling precision instrument for
food, pets, plants, cosmetics or machinery.
Do not pull or give excessive shock to the air conditioner.
• Potential risk of fire, or unit malfunction and there are risk of personal
injury because unit may fall down.
Do not spray water directly on the air conditioner or use benzene,
thinner or alcohol to clean the surface of the unit.
• Potential risk of electric shock or fire.
• Potential risk of damage to the air conditioner.
Do not place any objects, especially containers with liquid.
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Do not touch the pipe connected to the air conditioner.
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Install the indoor unit away from lighting apparatus using the ballast.
• If you use the wireless remote control, reception error may occur due to
the ballast of the lighting apparatus.
Install the outdoor unit where operating noise and vibration will not
disturb your neighbor and in a well-ventilated area with no obstacle.
• Potential risk of malfunction.
• Operating noise may disturb your neighbor.
Make sure that there are no obstacles or covers that block the air
conditioner.
Allow sufficient space for air circulation.
• Insufficient ventilation may result in poor performance.
If the power cable is damaged, the manufacturer or a qualified service
technician must replace it.
If a power outage occurs while the air conditioner is working, turn off
the power source immediately.
Max current is measured according to IEC standard for safety and
current is measured according to ISO standard for energy efficiency.
Check for damage on delivery. If damaged, do not install the air
conditioner and call the place of purchase immediately.
Keep indoor temperatures stable and not extremely cold, especially
where there are children, elderly or disabled people.
The packaging material and used batteries of the remote controller
(optional) must be disposed of in accordance with the national
standards.
The refrigerant used in the air conditioner must be treated as chemical
waste. Dispose the refrigerant following national standards.
Have a qualified service technician install the air conditioner and
perform a trial operation.
Firmly connect the drain hose to the air conditioner for proper water
drainage.
Check for damages on the outdoor unit installation pad at least once a
year.
• Potential risk of personal injury or property loss.
When using a wireless remote control, the distance should not be more
than 7 meters from the air conditioner.
If the remote control is not used for a long period of time, remove the
batteries to prevent leakage of electrolyte.
When cleaning the outdoor unit, touch the heat exchanger radiator fins
with extreme care.
• Wearing thick gloves can protect your hands.
Make sure that the condensed water dripping from the drain hose runs
out properly and safely.
The appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children)
with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of
experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for
their safety: Young children should be supervised to ensure that they
do not play with the appliance.
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CAUTION
CAUTION SIGNS (CONT’D)
Inspect the condition, electric connections, pipes and external case of
the air conditioner regularly by a qualified service technician.
Do not open doors and windows in the room being cooled during
operation unless necessary.
Do not block the air conditioner vents. If objects block the air flow, it
may cause unit malfunction or poor performance.
Make sure there are no obstacles under the indoor unit.
• Potential risk of fire or loss of property.
The air conditioner should be used only for the applications for which
it has been designed: the indoor unit is not suitable to be installed in
areas used for laundry.
Our units must be installed in compliance with the spaces indicated
in the installation manual to ensure either accessibility from both
sides or ability to perform routine maintenance and repairs. The units’
components must be accessible and that can be disassembled in
conditions of complete safety either for people or things.
For this reason, where it is not observed as indicated into the
Installation Manual, the cost necessary to reach and repair the unit
(in safety, as required by current regulations in force) with slings,
trucks, scaffolding or any other means of elevation won’t be considered
in-warranty and charged to end user.
For use in Europe : This appliance can be used by children aged from 8
years and above and persons with reduced physical,sensory or mental
capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and
understand the hazards involved. Children shall not play with the appliance.
Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children without
supervision.
Ensure the off-on and protection switches are properly installed.
Do not use the air conditioner if damaged. If problems occur,
immediately stop operation and disconnect the plug from the power
supply.
If the air conditioner will not be used for an extended period of time
(for example, over several months), unplug the power from the wall.
Call the place of purchase or a contact center if repairs are needed.
• Potential risk of fire or electric shock if disassembly or repairs are
attempted by a non-qualified service technician.
If you smell burning plastic, hear strange sounds, or see smoke coming
from the unit, unplug the air conditioner immediately and call a contact
center.
• Potential risk of fire or electric shock.
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contents
VIEWING YOUR AIR CONDITIONER
USING YOUR AIR CONDITIONER
11
CLEANING AND MAINTAINING
THE AIR CONDITIONER
12
APPENDIX
16
INSTALLING YOUR
AIR CONDITIONER
11 Tips on using your air conditioner
12 Cleaning the filter
12
Slim duct type
13
MA/HSP duct type
14 Maintaining your air conditioner
14
Periodical checks
15Internal protections via the unit control
system
16Troubleshooting
17 Operation ranges
18 Installation part
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This product has been determined to be in compliance with the Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC), the Electromagnetic
Compatibility Directive (2004/108/EC) and the Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC) of the European Union.
Correct Disposal of This Product
(Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
(Applicable in countries with separate collection systems)
This marking on the product, accessories or literature indicates that the product and its electronic accessories (e.g. charger, headset, USB
cable) should not be disposed of with other household waste at the end of their working life. To prevent possible harm to the environment or
human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, please separate these items from other types of waste and recycle them responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources.
Household users should contact either the retailer where they purchased this product, or their local government office, for details of where and
how they can take these items for environmentally safe recycling.
Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of the purchase contract. This product and its electronic
accessories should not be mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal.
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10 Slim duct type
10 MA/HSP duct type
viewing your air conditioner
Congratulations on the purchase of the air conditioner. We hope you enjoy the features of your air
conditioner and stay cool or warm with optimal efficiency.
Please read the user manual to get started and to make the best use of the air conditioner.
SLIM DUCT TYPE
Air filter (the return air side)
Ceiling
Air intake
Air outlet
MA DUCT TYPE
Air filter (the return air side)
Ceiling
Air intake
Air outlet
HSP DUCT TYPE
Ceiling
Air intake
Air outlet
Your air conditioner may look slightly different from the illustration shown above depending
on your model.
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using your air conditioner
TIPS ON USING YOUR AIR CONDITIONER
Here are some tips that you would follow when using your air conditioner.
RECOMMENDATION
Cooling
• If current outside temperatures are much higher than the selected indoor
temperature, it may take time to bring the inner temperature to the desired
coolness.
• Avoid drastically turning down the temperature.
Energy is wasted and the room does not cool faster.
Heating
• Since the air conditioner heats the room by taking heat energy
from outdoor air, the heating capacity may decrease when outdoor
temperatures are extremely low. If you feel the air conditioner insufficiently
heats, using an additional heating appliance in combination with the air
conditioner is recommended.
Frost & De-ice
• When the air conditioner runs in Heat mode, due to temperature difference
between the unit and the outside air, frost will form.
If this happens:
- The air conditioner stops heating.
-The air conditioner will operate automatically in De-ice mode for
10 minutes.
- The steam produced on the outdoor unit in De-ice mode is safe.
No intervention is required; after about 10 minutes, the air conditioner
operates again normally.
The unit will not operate when it starts to de-ice.
Fan
• Fan may not operate for about 3~5 minutes at the beginning to prevent
any cold blasts while the air conditioner is warming up.
High indoor/outdoor
temperatures
• If both indoor and outdoor temperatures are high and the air conditioner is
running in Heat mode, the outdoor unit’s fan and compressor may stop at
times. This is normal; wait until the air conditioner turns on again.
Power failure
• If a power failure occurs during the operation of the air conditioner, the
operating immediately stops and unit will be off. When power returns, the
air conditioner will run automatically.
Protection mechanism
• If the air conditioner has just been turned on after operation stops or being
plugged in, cool/warm air does not come out for 3 minutes to protect the
compressor of the outdoor unit.
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TOPIC
cleaning and maintaining the
air conditioner
For the best performance from your air conditioner, clean it periodically. When cleaning, make sure to
unplug from the unit for user’s safety.
CLEANING THE FILTER
When cleaning the filter, make sure to unplug the power from the unit. Washable foam based Air filter
captures large particles from the air. The filter is cleaned with a vacuum or by hand washing.
Slim duct type
1. Slide out the Air filter on the rear side panel to the right side.
2. Clean the Air filter with a vacuum cleaner or soft brush. If dust is too heavy, then rinse it with
running water and dry it in a ventilated area.
• For best conditions, repeat every two weeks.
•If the Air filter dries in a confined (or humid) area, odors may generate. If it occurs,
re-clean and dry it in a ventilated area.
3. Insert the Air filter back in its original position.
• The illustration shown above may differ from your depending on your model.
•After cleaning the filter, press the Filter Reset button on the remote control for 2 seconds
to reset the filler schedule. Filter sign indicator will be on for cleaning time.
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MA/HSP duct type
1. Slide out the Air filter on the rear side panel to the right side.
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2. Clean the Air filter with a vacuum cleaner or soft brush. If dust is too heavy, then rinse it with
running water and dry it in a ventilated area.
• For best conditions, repeat every two weeks.
•If the Air filter dries in a confined (or humid) area, odors may generate. If it occurs,
re-clean and dry it in a ventilated area.
3. Insert the Air filter back in its original position.
• The illustration shown above may differ from your depending on your model.
•After cleaning the filter, press the Filter Reset button on the remote control for 2 seconds
to reset the filler schedule. Filter sign indicator will be on for cleaning time.
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cleaning and maintaining the
air conditioner
MAINTAINING YOUR AIR CONDITIONER
If the air conditioner will not be used for an extended period of time, dry the air conditioner to maintain it in
best condition.
1. Dry the air conditioner thoroughly by operating in Fan mode for 3 to 4 hours and disconnect
the power plug. There may be internal damage if moisture is left in components.
2. Before using the air conditioner again, dry the inner components of the air conditioner again
by running in Fan mode for 3 to 4 hours. This helps remove odors which may have generated
from dampness.
Periodical checks
Refer to the following chart to maintain the air conditioner properly.
Type
Description
Clean the air filter (1)
Indoor unit
Monthly
Every 4
months

Clean the condensate drain pan (2)

Thoroughly clean the heat exchanger (2)

Clean the condensate drain pipe (2)

Replace the remote control batteries (1)
Clean the heat exchanger on the outside of
the unit (2)
Outdoor unit
Once a
year


Clean the heat exchanger on the inside of
the unit (2)

Clean the electric components with jets of
air (2)

Verify that all the electric components are
firmly tightened (2)

Clean the fan (2)

Verify that all the fan assembly is firmly
tightened (2)

Clean the condensate drain pan (2)

The checks and maintenance operations described are essential to guarantee the
efficiency of the air conditioner. The frequency of these operations varies according to the
characteristics of the area, the amount of dust, etc.
(1) The described operations should be performed more frequently if the area of installation
is very dusty.
(2) These operations must always be performed by qualified personnel. For more detailed
information, see the Installation Manual.
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Internal protections via the unit control system
This internal protection operates if an internal fault occurs in the air conditioner.
Description
Against cold air
The internal fan will be off to against cold air when the heat pump is
heating.
De-ice cycle
The internal fan will be off to against cold air when the heat pump is
heating.
Anti-protection of
internal battery
Protect compressor
The compressor will be off to protect internal battery when the air
conditioner operates in Cool mode.
The air conditioner does not start operating immediately to protect the
compressor of the outdoor unit after it has been started.
If the heat pump is operating in Heat mode, De-ice cycle is actuated to remove frost from
an outdoor unit that may have deposited at low temperatures.
The internal fan is switched off automatically and restarted only after the de-ice cycle is
completed.
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Type
appendix
TROUBLESHOOTING
Refer to the following chart if the air conditioner operates abnormally. This may save time and unnecessary
expenses.
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
The air conditioner does not
operate immediately after it
has been restarted.
• Because of the protective mechanism, the appliance does not start operating
immediately to keep the unit from overloading.
The air conditioner will start in 3 minutes.
The air conditioner does not
work at all.
• Check that the power plug is properly connected. Insert the power plug into the
wall socket correctly.
• Check if the circuit breaker is switched off.
• Check if there is a power failure.
• Check your fuse. Make sure it is not blown out.
The temperature does not
change.
• Check if you selected Fan mode.
Press the Mode button on the remote control to select another mode.
The cool (warm) air does
not come out of the air
conditioner.
• Check if the set temperature is higher (lower) than the current temperature. Press
the Temperature button on the remote control to change the set temperature.
Press the Temperature button to decrease or increase the temperature.
• Check if the air filter is blocked by dirt. Clean the air filter every two weeks.
• Check if the air conditioner has just been turned on. If so, wait 3 minutes. Cool air
does not come out to protect the compressor of the outdoor unit.
• Check if the air conditioner is installed in a place with a direct exposure to sunlight.
Hang curtains on windows to boost cooling efficiency.
• Check if the cover or any obstacle is not near the outdoor unit.
• Check if the refrigerant pipe is too long.
• Check if the air conditioner is only available in Cool mode.
• Check if the remote control is only available for cooling model.
The fan speed does not
change.
• Check if you selected Auto or Dry mode.
The air conditioner automatically adjusts the fan speed to Auto in Auto/Dry mode.
Timer function does not set.
• Check if you press the Power button on the remote control after you have set the time.
Odors permeate in the room
during operation.
• Check if the appliance is running in a smoky area or if there is a smell entering from
outside. Operate the air conditioner in Fan mode or open the windows to air out the
room.
The air conditioner makes a
bubbling sound.
• A bubbling sound may be heard when the refrigerant is circulating through the
compressor. Let the air conditioner operate in a selected mode.
• When you press the Power button on the remote control, noise may be heard from
the drain pump inside the air conditioner.
Water is dripping from the
air flow blades.
• Check if the air conditioner has been cooling for an extended period of time with
the air flow blades pointed downwards. Condensation may generate due to the
difference in temperature.
Remote control is not
working.
• Check if your batteries are depleted.
• Make sure batteries are correctly installed.
• Make sure nothing is blocking your remote control sensor.
• Check that there are strong lighting apparatus near the air conditioner. Strong light
which comes from fluorescent bulbs or neon signs may interrupt the electric waves.
The air conditioner does not
turn on or off with the wired
remote control.
• Check if you set the wired remote control for group control.
The wired remote control
does not operate.
• Check if TEST indicator is displayed on the wired remote control. If so, turn off the
unit and switch off the circuit breaker. Call your nearest contact center.
The indicators of the digital
display flashes.
• Press the Power button on the remote control to turn the unit off and switch the
circuit breaker off. Then, switch it on again.
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OPERATION RANGES
The table below indicates the temperature and humidity ranges the air conditioner can be operated within.
Refer to the table for efficient use.
MODE
OPERATIONAL TEMPERATURE
INDOOR
OUTDOOR
IF OUT OF CONDITIONS
Condensation may occur on
the indoor unit with risk to have
either water blow off or drops on
the floor.
COOLING
18˚C to 32˚C
-5˚C to 48˚C
80% or less
HEATING
27˚C or less
-20˚C to 24˚C
-
Internal protection triggers and
the air conditioner will stop.
-
Condensation may occur on
the indoor unit with risk to have
either water blow off or drops on
the floor.
DRYING
18˚C to 32˚C
-5˚C to 48˚C
The standardized temperature for heating is 7˚C. If the outdoor temperature drops to 0˚C or below,
the heating capacity can be reduced depending on the temperature condition.
If the cooling operation is used at over 32˚C(indoor temperature), it does not cool at its full capacity.
Model specification (Dimension and weight)
Dimension and weight
Type
Indoor unit
Model
Net dimension (WxDxH) (mm)
Net weight (kg)
AM017FNLDEH/EU
700*199*600
19
AM022FNLDEH/EU
700*199*600
19
AM028FNLDEH/EU
700*199*600
19
AM036FNLDEH/EU
700*199*600
19.5
AM045FNLDEH/EU
900*199*600
24.5
AM056FNLDEH/EU
900*199*600
24.5
AM071FNLDEH/EU
1100*199*600
30
AM090FNLDEH/EU
1300*295*690
40
AM112FNLDEH/EU
1300*295*690
40
AM128FNLDEH/EU
1300*295*690
41.5
AM140FNLDEH/EU
1300*295*690
41.5
AM022FNMDEH/EU
900*199*600
23.5
AM028FNMDEH/EU
900*199*600
23.5
AM036FNMDEH/EU
900*199*600
23.5
AM045FNMDEH/EU
900*260*480
29
AM056FNMDEH/EU
900*260*480
29
AM071FNMDEH/EU
900*260*480
29
AM090FNMDEH/EU
1150*480*260
32
AM112FNMDEH/EU
1150*320*480
36.5
AM128FNMDEH/EU
1200*360*650
48.5
AM140FNMDEH/EU
1200*360*650
48.5
AM112FNHDEH/EU
1200*360*650
57
AM128FNHDEH/EU
1200*360*650
57
AM140FNHDEH/EU
1200*360*650
57
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INDOOR HUMIDITY
6. Screw the nuts to suspend the unit.
Installation Part
7. Adjust level of the unit by using measurement plate for all 4 sides.
Note
Indoor Unit Installation
For proper drainage of condensate, give a
10mm(3mm) slant to the left or right side of the
unit which will be connected with the drain hose,
as shown in the figure. Make a tilt when you wish to
install the drain pump, too.
It is recommended to install the Y-joint before installing the
indoor unit.
1. Place the pattern sheet on the ceiling at the spot where you
10mm(3mm)
want to install the indoor unit.
 Since the diagram is made of paper, it may
Note
shrink or stretch slightly due to temperature or
humidity. For this reason, before drilling the holes
maintain the correct dimensions between the
markings.
Drain hose port
g AMFNLD: 3mm
AM022/028/036FNMD: 3mm
AMFNMD / AMFNHD: 10mm
Noise will increase 3~6 dB(A)
when the air flow enters
from the bottom side (Only
for Slim Duct Type product).
 Pattern sheet is supplied depending on the
model type.
Air Flow
2. Insert bolt anchors, use existing ceiling supports or
construct a suitable support as shown in figure.
Concrete
Insert
Hole in anchor
Hole in plug
Suspension bolt(Φ9.52 or M10)
3. Install the suspension bolts depending on the ceiling type.
 Ensure that the ceiling is strong enough to
support the weight of the indoor unit.
Before hanging the unit, test the strength
of each attached suspension bolt.
 If the length of suspension bolt is more than
1.5m, it is required to prevent vibration.
 If this is not possible, create an opening on
the false ceiling in order to be able to use it
to perform the required operations on the
indoor unit.
Performing Leak Test & Insulation
Leak test
LEAK TEST WITH NITROGEN(before opening valves)
In order to detect basic refrigerant leaks, before recreating the
vacuum and recirculating the R410A, it’s responsible of installer
to pressurize the whole system with nitrogen(using a pressure
regulator) at a pressure above 4.1MPa(gauge).
LEAK TEST WITH R410A(after opening valves)
Before opening valves, discharge all the nitrogen into the
system and create vacuum. After opening valves check leaks
using a leak detector for refrigerant R410A.
AMFNLD /
AM022/028/036FNMD
AM FNMD / AM FNHD
Leak check
Ceiling support
Leak check
Discharge all the nitrogen to create a vacuum and
charge the system.
4. Screw eight nuts to the suspension bolts making space for
hanging the indoor unit.
You must install the suspension bolts more than
four when installing the indoor unit.
Insulation
Once you have checked that there are no leaks in the system,
you can insulate the piping and hose.
1. To avoid condensation problems, place T13.0 or thicker
Acrylonitrile Butadien Rubber separately around each
refrigerant pipe.
Rubber
Note
Always make the seam of pipes face upwards.
No gap
5. Hang the indoor unit to the suspension bolts between two nuts.
Piping must be laid and connected inside the ceiling
Note
when suspending the unit. If the ceiling is already constructed, lay the piping into position for connection to
the unit before placing the unit inside the ceiling.
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NBR(T13.0 or thicker)
2. Wind insulating tape around the pipes and drain hose
avoiding to compress the insulation too much.
Insulation cover pipe
Insulation pipe
Drain pipe and Drain Hose Installation
AMFNLD / AM022/028/036FNMD
1. Install the drain hose as short as possible.
Indoor unit
Note  In order to discharge condensation water, the
Must fit tightly against
body without any gap.
not separate from the machine.
The drain pump connection port is used when

using a drain pump.
2. When there is no drain pump, Insulate and fix the drain
hose according to the figure.
4. The pipes and electrical cables connecting the indoor
unit with the outdoor unit must be fixed to the wall with
suitable ducts.
Note  L ock steel ring of the drain hose according to the
figure.
 Wind and wrap steel ring and drain hose fully
with thermal insulation sponge; fix both ends of
external layer with ribbon for thermal insulation.
All refrigerant connection must be accessible, in order
to permit either unit maintenance or removing it
completely.
Metal clamp
Drain socket
Drain hose
Indoor
unit
5. Select the insulation of the refrigerant pipe.

Insulate the gas side and liquid side pipe referring to the
thickness according to the pipe size.
 Indoor temperature of 30°C and humidity of 85% is the standard condition.
If install in a high humidity condition,use one grade thicker
insulator by referring to the table below.
If installing in an unfavorable conditions,use thicker one.
Insulator’s heat-resistance temperature should be more than

120°C.
A-A’
Large sealing pad
AMFNMD / AMFNHD
1
Pipe size
Liqued Φ6.35~Φ9.52
pipe Φ12.7~Φ50.80
Φ6.35
Φ9.52
Φ12.70
Φ15.88
Φ19.05
Φ22.23
Gas
Pipe
Φ25.40
Φ28.58
Φ31.75
Φ38.10
Φ44.45
Standard
High humidity
[30°C,85%]
[30°C,over85%]
EPDM,NBR
9t
9t
13t
13t
13t
19t
Φ50.80
25t
19t
Install the drain hose as short as possible.
note  In order to discharge condensation water, the
Insulation Type(Heating/Cooling)
Pipe
drain hose should keep tilted.
Remarks
Internal temperature
is higher than 120°C
 S ecure the drain hose with the cable-tie not to be
separated from the unit.
 The drain pump connection port is used when using
a drain pump.
When there is no draining pump, insulate the drain hose
and then fix it as a picture.
2
note  Insert the drain hose to bottom of the outfall of water
basin.
 Lock steel ring of the drain hose according to the figure.
 Wind and wrap steel ring and drain hose fully with
thermal insulation sponge; fix both ends of external
layer with ribbon for thermal insulation.
 After being installed, drain hose must be insulated fully
by heat insulating material.(To be provided at site.)
32t
25t
38t

Install the insulation not to get wider and use the
adhesives on the connection part of it to prevent
moisture from entering.
Wind the refrigerant pipe with insulation tape

if it is exposed to outside sunlight.
Install the refrigerant pipe respecting that the

insulation does not get thinner on the bent part or
hanger of pipe.

Add the additional insulation if the insulation
plate gets thinner.
Hanger
Additional insulation
a
a×3
Cable tie
Drain piping
Metal clamp
Drain socket
Drain hose
Cable tie
Drain piping
Indoor
unit
A-A’
Large sealing pad
Refrigerant pipe insulation
Tighten the clamp to the maximum.
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Be sure to overlap
the insulation
3. Finish wrapping insulating tape around the rest of the
pipes leading to the outdoor unit.
drain hose should keep tilted.
 F ix the drain hose with Cable-Tie, so that it will
Drainpipe Connection
Wiring Work
Without the drain pump
1. Install horizontal drainpipe with a slope of 1/100 or more and
fix it by hanger space of 1.0~1.5m.
2. Install U-trap at the end of the drainpipe to prevent a nasty
smell to reach the indoor unit.
3. Do not install the drainpipe to upward position.
It may cause water flow back to the unit.
1~1.5m
Hanger
Flexible hose
Horizontal drainpipe
more than 1/100 slope
Ceiling
Power and communication cable connection
1. Before wiring work, you must turn off all power source.
2. Indoor unit power should be supplied through the
breaker(ELCB or MCCB+ELB) separated by the outdoor
power.
ELCB: Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker
MCCB:Molded Case Circuit Breaker
ELB:Earth Leakage Breaker
3. The power cable should be used only copper wires.
4. Connect the power cable{1(L), 2(N)} among the units within
maximum length and communication cable(F1, F2) each.
5. Connect F3, F4(for communication) when installing the
wired remote Control.
Outdoor
Unit
Wired Remote
Control
220-240V~
or
With the drain pump
1. The drain pipe should be installed within 300mm to 550mm
MCCB+
ELB
ELCB
from the flexible hose and then lift down 20mm or more.
and fix it by hanger space of 1.0~1.5m.
4 The flexible hose should not be installed upward position,
200mm
or more
300mm or less
20mm
or more
Within
300~550mm
Flexible hose
Ceiling
N
L
Hanger
B
D
d1
E F L
d2
t
Norminal Norminal
dimensions dimensions Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Allowance
Allowance
Allowance
Allowance
for cable for screw dimension
Min.
Min. Min. Max. dimension
dimension
dimension
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
(mm2)
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
Horizontal drainpipe
more than 1/100 slope
2.5
4
4
4
4
6.6
8
6.6
8.5
4
9.5
±0.2
3.4
±0.2
4.2
±0.2
5.6
+0.3
-0.2
+0.3
-0.2
+0.3
-0.2
1.7
±0.2 4.1 6 16
4.3
2.3
±0.2
6 6 17.5
4.3
3.4
±0.2
6 5 20
4.3
Without the drain pump
4
1. Install horizontal drainpipe with a slope of 1/100 or more and
Specification of electronic wire
fix it by hanger space of 1.0~1.5m.
2. Install U-trap at the end of the drainpipe to prevent a nasty
smell to reach the indoor unit.
100mm or more
L
1~1.5m
Centralized Drainage
Horizontal drainpipe
more than 1/100 slope
1. Install main air vent at the front of the farthest indoor unit from
the main drain when installed indoor units are more than 3.
2. You may need to install individual air vent to prevent water
flow back at the top of each indoor unit drainpipe.
1~1.5m
Individual
air vent
Main air vent
550mm
or less
Main drainpipe
Centralized horizontal drainpipe
(more than 1/100 slope)
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+0.2
0.7
0
+0.2
0.8
0
+0.2
0.9
0
Power supply
MCCB
ELB or ELCB
Power
cable
Earth
cable
Communication
cable
Max : 242V
Min : 198V
XA
X A, 30mmA
0.1 s
2.5mm2
2.5mm2
0.75~1.5mm2
 Decide the capacity of ELCB(or MCCB+ELB) by below formula.
 Power supply cords of parts of appliances for outdoor use shall not
be lighter than polychloroprene sheathed flexible cord.
(Code designation IEC:60245 IEC 57 / CENELEC: H05RN-F or
IEC:60245 IEC 66 / CENELEC: H07RN-F )
With the drain pump
Hanger
N
Silver solder
1.5
Ceiling
L
Selecting compressed ring terminal
it may cause water flow back to the indoor unit.
Air vent
N
WARNING
Indoor Unit 4 Indoor Unit 5 Indoor Unit 6
Power off before connecting any wires;
h Ceiling, wall-mounted indoor unit.
Indoor PBA will be damaged while V1,V2,F3,F4
short each other.
water flow back to the indoor unit.
You may not need to install it if there were proper
slope in the horizontal drainpipe.
EEV kit
Indoor Unit 3
h ELCB : Essential Installation
3 Install the air vent in the horizontal drainpipe to prevent
Note
L
Indoor Unit 1 Indoor Unit 2
N
V1 V2
2. Install horizontal drainpipe with a slope of 1/100 or more
The capacity of ELCB(or MCCB+ELB) X [A] = 1.25 X 1.1 X ∑Ai
T X : The capacity of ELCB(or MCCB+ELB).
T ∑Ai : Sum of Rating currents of each indoor unit.
T R efer to each installation manual about the rating current of indoor unit.

Decide the power cable specification and maximum length
within 10% power drop among indoor units.
n
Coef×35.6×Lk×ik
k=1
1000×Ak
∑(
)<
10% of input
voltage[V]
T Coef: 1.55
T L k : Distance among each indoor unit[m],
Ak: Power cable specification[mm2], ik : Running current of each unit[A]
Setting an indoor unit address and installation option
Set the indoor unit address and installation option with remote controller option.
Set the each option separately since you cannot set the ADDRESS setting and indoor unit installation setting option at the same
time. You need to set twice when setting indoor unit address and installation option.
The procedure of option setting
Mode change
High Temp Button
High Fan Button
Low Temp Button
Low Fan Button
Step 1. Entering mode to set option
1. Remove batteries from the remote controller.
2. Insert batteries and enter the option setting mode while pressing High Temp button and Low Temp button.
3.
Check if you have entered the option setting status.
Step 2. The procedure of option setting
After entering the option setting status, select the option as listed below.
Option setting is available from SEG1 to SEG 24
 SEG1, SEG7, SEG13, SEG19 are not set as page option.
 Set the SEG2~SEG6, SEG8~SEG12 as ON status and SEG14~18, SEG20~24 as OFF status.
SEG1 SEG2 SEG3 SEG4 SEG5 SEG6 SEG7 SEG8 SEG9 SEG10 SEG11 SEG12
0
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
On(SEG1~12)
Off(SEG13~24)
X
SEG13 SEG14 SEG15 SEG16 SEG17 SEG18 SEG19 SEG20 SEG21 SEG22 SEG23 SEG24
2
X
X
X
X
X
3
X
X
X
X
X
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Option setting mode
Entering mode for
option setting
Setting an indoor unit address and installation option(Cont.)
Option setting
1. Setting SEG2, SEG3 option
Press Low Fan button(∨) to enter SEG2 value.
Press High Fan button(∧) to enter SEG3 value.
Each time you press the button,   …  will be selected in rotation.
Status
SEG2
SEG3
SEG4
SEG5
SEG6
SEG8
SEG9
SEG10
SEG11
SEG12
SEG14
SEG15
2. Setting Cool mode
Press Mode button to be changed to Cool mode in the ON status.
3. Setting SEG4, SEG5 option
Press Low Fan button(∨) to enter SEG4 value.
Press High Fan button(∧) to enter SEG5 value.
Each time you press the button,   …  will be selected in rotation.
4. Setting Dry mode
Press Mode button to be changed to DRY mode in the ON status.
5. Setting SEG6, SEG8 option
Press Low Fan button(∨) to enter SEG6 value.
Press High Fan button(∧) to enter SEG8 value.
Each time you press the button,   …  will be selected in rotation.
6. Setting Fan mode
Press Mode button to be changed to FAN mode in the ON status.
7. Setting SEG9, SEG10 option
Press Low Fan button(∨) to enter SEG9 value.
Press High Fan button(∧) to enter SEG10 value.
Each time you press the button,   …  will be selected in rotation.
8. Setting Heat mode
Press Mode button to be changed to HEAT mode in the ON status.
9. Setting SEG11, SEG12 option
Press Low Fan button(∨) to enter SEG11 value.
Press High Fan button(∧) to enter SEG12 value.
Each time you press the button,   …  will be selected in rotation.
10. Setting Auto mode
Press Mode button to be changed to AUTO mode in the OFF status.
11. Setting SEG14, SEG15 option
Press Low Fan button(∨) to enter SEG14 value.
Press High Fan button(∧) to enter SEG15 value.
Each time you press the button,   …  will be selected in rotation.
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Option setting
Status
12. Setting Cool mode
Press Mode button to be change to Cool mode in the OFF status.
SEG16
SEG17
SEG18
SEG20
SEG21
SEG22
SEG23
SEG24
14. Setting Dry mode
Press Mode button to be change to Dry mode in the OFF status.
15. Setting SEG18, SEG20 option
Press Low Fan button(∨) to enter SEG18 value.
Press High Fan button(∧) to enter SEG20 value.
Each time you press the button,   …  will be selected in rotation.
16. Setting Fan mode
Press Mode button to be change to Fan mode in the OFF status.
17. Setting SEG21, SEG22 option
Press Low Fan button(∨) to enter SEG21 value.
Press High Fan button(∧) to enter SEG22 value.
Each time you press the button,   …  will be selected in rotation.
18. Setting Heat mode
Press Mode button to be change to HEAT mode in the OFF status.
19. Setting SEG23, SEG24 mode
Press Low Fan button(∨) to enter SEG23 value.
Press High Fan button(∧) to enter SEG24 value.
Each time you press the button,   …  will be selected in rotation.
Step 3. Check the option you have set
After setting option, press
button to check whether the option code you input is correct or not.









Step 4. Input option
Press operation button
with the direction of remote control for set.
For the correct option setting, you must input the option twice.
Step 5. Check operation
1. Reset the indoor unit by pressing the RESET button of indoor unit or outdoor unit.
2. Take the batteries out of the remote controller and insert them again and then press the operation button.
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13. Setting SEG16, SEG17 option
Press Low Fan button(∨) to enter SEG16 value.
Press High Fan button(∧) to enter SEG17 value.
Each time you press the button,   …  will be selected in rotation.
Setting an indoor unit address and installation option (Cont.)
Setting an indoor unit address (MAIN/RMC)
1. Check whether power is supplied or not.
- When the indoor unit is not plugged in, there should be additional power
supply in the indoor unit.
Indoor Unit
1(L)
2(N)
2. The panel(display) should be connected to an indoor unit to receive option.
3. Before installing the indoor unit, assign an address to the indoor unit according
F2
F1
to the air conditioning system plan.
4. Assign an indoor unit address by wireless remote controller.
- The initial setting status of indoor unit ADDRESS(MAIN/RMC) is “0A0000-100000-200000-300000”.
Option No. : 0AXXXX-1XXXXX-2XXXXX-3XXXXX
Option
SEG1
SEG2
SEG3
SEG4
SEG5
SEG6
Explanation
PAGE
MODE
Setting Main address
100-digit of indoor
unit address
10-digit of indoor unit
The unit digit of an
indoor unit
Indication Details
Remote
Controller
Display
Indication Details Indication
Indication
and Details
0
Option
SEG7
Explanation
PAGE
Details
Indication
Details
0
No Main
address
1
Main
address
setting
mode
A
SEG8
SEG9
Indication
Details
Indication
Details
0~9
100-digit
0~9
10-digit
SEG10
Setting RMC address
0~9
A unit
digit
SEG11
SEG12
Group channel(*16)
Group address
Remote
Controller
Display
Indication Details
Indication
and Details
_
Indication
Details
0
No RMC
address
1
RMC
address
setting
mode
1
_
Indication
Details
RMC1
0~F
Indication Details
RMC2
0~F

When “A”~”F” is entered to SEG5~6, the indoor unit MAIN ADDRESS is not changed.

If you set the SEG 3 as 0, the indoor unit will maintain the previous MAIN ADDRESS even if you input the option value of SEG5~6.

If you set the SEG 9 as 0, the indoor unit will maintain previous RMC ADDRESS even if you input the option value of SEG11~12.
 You cannot set SEG11 and SEG12 as F value at the same time.
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Setting an indoor unit installation option (suitable for the condition of each installation location)
1. Check whether power is supplied or not.
- When the indoor unit is not plugged in, there should be additional power
supply in the indoor unit.
Indoor Unit
3. Set the installation option according to the installation condition of an air F2
F1
conditioner.
- The default setting of an indoor unit installation option is
“020010-100000- 200000-300000”.
- Individual control of a remote controller(SEG20) is the function that controls an
indoor unit individually when there is more than one indoor unit.
4. Set the indoor unit option by wireless remote controller.
 02 series installation option
SEG1
SEG2
SEG3
SEG5
SEG6
Central control
FAN RPM
compensation
SEG9
SEG4
External room
temperature sensor
/ Minimizing fan
operation when
thermostat is off
SEG10
0
2
-
SEG7
SEG8
SEG11
SEG12
1
Drain pump
Hot water heater
-
EEV Step when
heating stops
-
SEG13
SEG14
SEG16
SEG17
SEG18
2
External control
S-Plasma ion
Buzzer
Number of hours using
filter
SEG19
SEG20
SEG15
External control output
/ External heater On or
Off signal
SEG21
SEG22
SEG23
SEG24
EEV Step of
stopped unit during
oil return/defrost
mode
Motion detect sensor
-
3
Heating setting
Individual control of a
compensation /
remote controller
Removing condensated
water in heating mode

1WAY/2WAY/4WAY MODEL : Drain pump(SEG8) will be set to ‘USE + 3minute delay’ even if the drain pump is set to 0.
1 WAY/2WAY/4WAY,DUCT MODEL : Number of hours using filter(SEG18) will be set to ‘1000hour’ even if the SEG18 is set to

except for 2 or 6.
When setting the option other than above SEG values, the option will be set as “0”.

 SEG5 central control option is basically set as 1 (Use), so you don’t need to set the central control option additionally.
However, if the central control is not connected but it doesn’t indicate an error message, you need to set the central control
option as 0 (Disuse) to exclude the indoor unit from the central control.
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1(L)
2(N)
2. The panel(display) should be connected to an indoor unit to receive option.
Setting an indoor unit address and installation option (Cont.)
 The output of hot water heater in SEG9 is generated from the hot coil part of the terminal board in duct models.
F1
F2
* T he output of hot coil terminal is AC 220 V / 230 V
(The same as Indoor Unit’s input Power)
V1
(+)
COM1
F3
V2
(-)
1(L) 2(N) 1
F4
L
COM2
2
N
OUTDOOR
Remote
AC
DC 12 V Wire
Controller POWER
COMMUNICATION
HOT
COIL
 The external output of SEG15 is generated by MIM-B14 connection. (Refer to the manual of MIM-B14.)
 02 series installation option(Detailed)
Option No. : 02XXXX-1XXXXX-2XXXXX-3XXXXX
Option
Explanation
SEG1
SEG2
PAGE
SEG3
SEG4
Use of external room temperature sensor /
Use of robot cleaning Minimizing fan operation when thermostat
is off
MODE
SEG5
SEG6
Use of central control
FAN RPM compensation
Remote
Controller
Display
Details
Indication Details Indication
Details
Indication Details
Indication
and Details
Use of
Minimizing fan
Indication
Indication External room
operation when
temperature
thermostat is off
sensor
0
0
0
Disuse
1
Use
2
Option
SEG7
SEG8
SEG9
Explanation
PAGE
Use of drain pump
Use of hot water
heater
Disuse
Details
Disuse
1
Use
Disuse
2
3
Disuse
Use (*1)
Use (*1)
Use
SEG10
0
Disuse
1
Use
SEG11
EEV Step when heating
stops
Indication
Details
0
Disuse
1
RPM
compensation
2
High ceiling
KIT
SEG12
Remote
Controller
Display
Indication Details Indication
Indication
and Details
Details
Indication Details
0
Disuse
0
Disuse
1
Use
1
Use (*2)
2
--
2
When an
indoor unit
stops, drain
pump will
operate for
3min
1
3
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Use (*2)
Indication
Details
Indication
Details
0
Default value
1
Noise
decreasing
setting
Indication
Details
Option
SEG13
Explanation
PAGE
SEG14
Use of external
control
SEG15
Setting the output of external control /
External heater On/Off signal
SEG16
SEG17
SEG18
S-Plasma ion
Buzzer control
Hours of filter usage
Remote Controller
Display
Explanation
PAGE
Heating setting compensation /
Removing condensated water in heating mode
Individual control of a
remote controller
Indication Details Indication
0
1
Disuse
Details
Indication
Details
0
Use buzzer
2
1000 Hour
1
Disuse buzzer
6
2000 Hour
Use
SEG22
EEV Step of stopped
unit during oil return/
defrost mode
SEG23
SEG24
Motion detect sensor
-
Remote Controller
Display
Details
Indication Details Indication Details Indication Heating Setting Removing Condensated Indication Details Indication
Compensation Water in Heating Mode
Default
value
0
0 or 1
channel 1
0
Default (*4)
Disuse
2
channel 2
1
2 °C
Disuse
2
3
channel 3
2
5 °C
Disuse
3
3
Default (*4)
Use (*5)
4
4
2 °C
Use (*5)
Indication and
Details
3
0
1
4
channel 4
5
5 °C (9 °F
Use (*5)
Oil return
or Noise
decreasing
in defrost
mode
1
5
6
7
8
Details
Disuse
Turn out in 30min.
without motion
Turn out in 60min.
without motion
Turn out in
120min. without
motion
Turn out in
180min. without
motion
Turn out in 30min.
without motion
or *advanced
function
Turn out in 60min.
without motion
or *advanced
function
Turn out in
120min. without
motion or *advanced function
Turn out in
180min. without
motion or *advanced function
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Details
Setting the
Indication Details Indication Details Indication output of
External heater On/
external
Off signal
control
0
Disuse
0
Thermo on
Indication and
ON/OFF
Operation
Details
1
1
control
on
OFF
2
2
2
Use (*3)
control
Window
3
ON/OFF
3
Use (*3)
control
Option
SEG19
SEG20
SEG21
Setting an indoor unit address and installation option (Cont.)
Advanced function: Controlling cooling/heating current or power saving with motion detect.
(*1) M
inimizing fan operation when thermostat is off
- Fan operates for 20 seconds at an interval of 5 minutes in heat mode.
(*2) 1 : Fan is turned on continually when the hot water heater is turned on,
3: Fan is turned off when the hot water heater is turned on with cooling only indoor unit
Cooling only indoor unit: To use this option,install the Mode Select switch(MCM-C200) on the outdoor unit and fix it as cool mode.
(*3) When the following 2 or 3 is used as external heater On/Off signal, the signal for monitoring external contact control will not be output.
2: Fan is turned on continually when the external heater is turned on,
3: Fan is turned off when the external heater is turned on with cooling only indoor unit
Cooling only indoor unit: To use this option,install the Mode Select switch(MCM-C200) on the outdoor unit and fix it as cool mode.
· If Fan is set to off for cooling only indoor unit by setting the SEG9=3 or SEG15=3, you need to use an external sensor or wired remote
controller sensor to detect indoor temperature exactly.
(*4) D
efault setting value
- 4Way Cassette, Mini 4Way Cassette: 5 °C
- Other indoor units: 2 °C
(*5) This function can be applied to 4 Way Cassette and Mini 4 Way Cassette only. If the air conditioner operates the heating mode immediately after
finishing the cooling mode, the condensated water in the drain pan becomes water vapor by the heat of the indoor unit heat exchanger. Since
the water vapor might be condensed on the indoor unit, which may fall into a living space, use this function to get rid of the water vapor out of
the indoor unit by operating the fan (for maximum 20 minutes) even when the indoor unit is turned off after cooling mode is turned to heating
mode .
*
• Do not install the electronic heater in the flow channel of the indoor unit fan.
Electronic heater should
not be installed.
Discharge side
Suction side
Air Flow
Duct Indoor unit
 05 series installation option
SEG1
SEG2
SEG3
SEG4
SEG5
SEG6
(When setting SEG3)
Standard cooling temp.
Offset
SEG11
(When setting SEG3)
Standard for mode change
Heating → Cooling
SEG12
-
-
0
5
Use of Auto Change Over
for HR only in Auto mode
SEG7
SEG8
SEG9
1
(When setting SEG3)
Standard for mode change
Cooling → Heating
(When setting SEG3)
Time required for mode
change
(When setting SEG3)
Standard heating temp.
Offset
SEG10
Compensation option
for Long pipe
or height difference
between indoor units
SEG13
SEG14
SEG15
SEG16
SEG17
SEG18
2
-
-
-
-
Control variables when using
hot water / external heater
SEG19
SEG20
SEG21
SEG22
SEG23
SEG24
3
-
-
-
-
-
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 05 series installation option(Detailed)
Option No. : 05XXXX-1XXXXX-2XXXXX-3XXXXX
Option
SEG1
SEG2
Explanation
PAGE
MODE
SEG3
SEG4
SEG5
SEG6
Remote
Controller
Display
Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details Indication
0
Indication
and Details
0
5
1
Option
Explanation
SEG7
PAGE
SEG8
Follow
product
option
Use Auto
Change
Over for
HR only
Details
Indication
Details
Indication
Details
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
4
4.5
SEG9
SEG10
SEG11
SEG12
(When setting SEG3)
Compensation option
(When setting SEG3) for
Standard for
Long pipe or height
Time
required
mode change
diffference between
for
mode
change
Cooling → Heating
indoor units
Remote
Controller
Display
Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details Indication
Indication
and Details
0
1
0
5 min.
1
2
1.5
2
1
2
7 min.
9 min.
3
2.5
3
11 min.
4
5
6
3
3.5
4
4
5
6
13 min.
15 min.
20 min.
7
4.5
7
30 min.
Details
0
Use default
value
1
1) Height
difference1)
is more
than 30m
or
2) Distance2)
is longer
than 110m
2
1) Height
difference1)
is 15~30m
or
2) Distance2)
is 50~110m
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ENGLISH
setting SEG3)
Use of Auto Change (When setting SEG3) (When setting SEG3) (When
Standard for mode
Over for HR only in Standard heating temp. Standard cooling temp.
change
Auto mode
Offset
Offset
Heating → Cooling
Setting an indoor unit address and installation option (Cont.)
Option
SEG13
SEG14
SEG15
SEG16
SEG17
SEG18(*3)
Explanation
Control variables when using hot water / external heater
Remote
Controller
Display
Indication
Indication and
Details
2
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
Details
Set temp. for heater On/Off
Delay time for heater On
At the same time as thermo on
No delay
At the same time as thermo on
10 minutes
At the same time as thermo on
20 minutes
1.5 °C
No delay
1.5 °C
10 minutes
1.5 °C
20 minutes
3.0 °C
No delay
3.0 °C
10 minutes
3.0 °C
20 minutes
4.5 °C
No delay
4.5 °C
10 minutes
4.5 °C
20 minutes
6.0 °C
No delay
6.0 °C
10 minutes
6.0 °C
20 minutes
(*1) Height difference : The difference of the height between the corresponding indoor uint and the indoor unit installed at the lowest place.
For example, When the indoor unit is installed 40m higher than the indoor unit installed at the lowest place, select the option
"1".
(*2) Distance : The difference between the pipe length of the indoor unit istalled at farthest place from an outdoor unit and the pipe length of the
corresponding indoor unit from an outdoor unit.
For example, when the farthest pipe length is 100 m and the corresponding indoor unit is 40 m away from an outdoor unit, select the
option "2".
(100 - 40 = 60m)
(*3) H
eater operation when the SEG9 of 02 series installation option is set to using hot water heater or when SEG15 is set to using external heater
e.g. 1) Setting 02 series SEG9 =”1” / Setting 05 series SEG18 = “0”: Hot water heater is turned on at the same time as the heating thermostat is
on, and turned off when the heating thermostat is off.
e.g. 2) Setting 02 series SEG15 =”2” / Setting 05 series SEG18 =”A”:
Room temp. ≤ set temp. + f(heating compensation temp.)
- E xternal heater is turned on when the temperature is maintained as 4.5 °C for 10 minutes.
Room temp. > set temp. + f(heating compensation temp.)
- E xternal heater is turned off when the temperature is maintained as 4.5 °C + 1 °C (1 °C is the Hysteresis for On/Off selection.)
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SEG 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 additional information
Heating Thermo On
Heating Thermo Off
Cooling Thermo On
ENGLISH
Cooling Thermo Off
When the SEG 3 is set as "1" and follow Auto Change Over for HR only operation, it will operate as follows.
Standard temp. for
Heating → Cooling
Temp.
c
b
Standard temp.
for Cooling
Ts
B
C
D
A
Set temp.
for Auto mode
a
Standard temp.
for Heating
d
Standard temp.
for Cooling →
Heating
A : Set with SEG4(˚C)
B : Set with SEG5(˚C)
C : Set with SEG6(˚C)
D : Set with SEG8(˚C)
Cooling/Heating mode can be changed when Thermo Off status is maintained during the time with SEG9.
Changing a particular option
You can change each digit of set option.
Option
SEG1
SEG2
SEG3
SEG4
SEG5
SEG6
Explanation
PAGE
MODE
The option mode
you want to change
The tens’ digit of an
option SEG you will
change
The unit digit of an
option SEG you will
change
The changed value
Indication
Indication
Indication
Details
Indication
Details
0~9
The
changed
value
0~F
Remote
Controller
Display
Indication
Indication
and Details
Note
Details
Indication
0
Details
Option
mode
D
Details
1~6
Tens’ digit
of SEG
Details
0~9
Unit digit of
SEG
• When changing a digit of an indoor unit address setting option, set the SEG3 as ‘A’.
• When changing a digit of indoor unit installation option, set the SEG3 as ‘2’.
Ex) When setting the ‘buzzer control’ into disuse status.
Option
SEG1
SEG2
Explanation
PAGE
MODE
Indication
0
D
SEG3
SEG4
SEG5
SEG6
The tens’ digit of an The unit digit of an
The option mode
option SEG you will option SEG you will The changed value
you want to change
change
change
2
1
7
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