SiBE12 - 713
F-Series
[Applied Models]
Inverter Multi : Cooling Only
Inverter Multi : Heat Pump
SiBE12-713
SUPER MULTI NX
F-Series
zCooling Only
Indoor Unit
FTKS20D3VMW
FTKS20D3VML
FTKS25D3VMW
FTKS25D3VML
FTKS35D3VMW
FTKS35D3VML
FTKS50D2V1W
FTKS50D2V1L
FTKS20CAVMB
FTKS25CAVMB
FTKS35CAVMB
FTKS50FV1B
FTKS60FV1B
FTKS71FV1B
FDKS25CAVMB
FDKS35CAVMB
FDKS50CVMB
FDKS60CVMB
FDKS25EAVMB
FDKS35EAVMB
FLKS25BAVMB
FLKS35BAVMB
FLKS50BAVMB
FLKS60BAVMB
FVXS25FV1B
FVXS35FV1B
FVXS50FV1B
FHQ35BVV1B
FHQ50BVV1B
FHQ60BVV1B
FTXS35D3VMW
FTXS35D3VML
FTXS50D2V1W
FTXS50D2V1L
FTXS20CAVMB
FTXS25CAVMB
FTXS35CAVMB
FTXS50FV1B
FTXS60FV1B
FTXS71FV1B
FDXS25CAVMB
FDXS35CAVMB
FDXS50CVMB
FDXS60CVMB
FDXS25EAVMB
FDXS35EAVMB
FLXS25BAVMB
FLXS35BAVMB
FLXS50BAVMB
FLXS60BAVMB
FVXS25FV1B
FVXS35FV1B
FVXS50FV1B
FHQ35BVV1B
FHQ50BVV1B
FHQ60BVV1B
Outdoor Unit
4MKS75F2V1B
zHeat Pump
Indoor Unit
FTXG25EV1BW
FTXG25EV1BS
FTXG35EV1BW
FTXG35EV1BS
CTXG50EV1BW
CTXG50EV1BS
FTXS20D3VMW
FTXS20D3VML
FTXS25D3VMW
FTXS25D3VML
Outdoor Unit
4MXS68F2V1B
Table of Contents
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1. Introduction .............................................................................................v
1.1 Safety Cautions ........................................................................................v
1.2 Used Icons .............................................................................................. ix
Part 1 List of Functions ................................................................ 1
1. List of Functions ......................................................................................2
1.1 Cooling Only Models ................................................................................2
1.2 Heat Pump Models...................................................................................7
Part 2 Specifications .................................................................. 13
1. Specifications ........................................................................................14
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
Indoor Units - Cooling Only ....................................................................14
Outdoor Units - Cooling Only .................................................................23
Indoor Units - Heat Pump.......................................................................24
Outdoor Units - Heat Pump ....................................................................35
Part 3 Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram ........... 37
1. Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram..................................38
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
Wall Mounted Type ................................................................................38
Duct Connected Type.............................................................................47
Floor / Ceiling Suspended Dual Type.....................................................49
Floor Standing Type ...............................................................................52
Ceiling Suspended Type ........................................................................54
Outdoor Units .........................................................................................56
Part 4 Function and Control........................................................ 59
1. Main Functions......................................................................................60
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
1.11
1.12
1.13
Frequency Principle................................................................................60
Power-Airflow Dual Flaps, Wide Angle Louvers and Auto-Swing ..........62
Operation Starting Control......................................................................64
Fan Speed Control for Indoor Units........................................................65
Programme Dry Function .......................................................................66
Automatic Operation...............................................................................67
Thermostat Control.................................................................................68
Night Set Mode.......................................................................................69
ECONO Mode ........................................................................................70
INTELLIGENT EYE (Wall Mounted Type only) ......................................71
HOME LEAVE Operation .......................................................................73
Inverter POWERFUL Operation .............................................................74
Other Functions......................................................................................75
2. Function of Main Structural Parts..........................................................77
2.1 Main Structural Parts..............................................................................77
2.2 Function of Thermistor ...........................................................................78
3. Control Specification .............................................................................82
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
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Mode Hierarchy ......................................................................................82
Frequency Control..................................................................................83
Controls at Mode Changing / Start-up....................................................86
Discharge Pipe Control ..........................................................................88
Input Current Control..............................................................................88
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3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
3.11
3.12
3.13
3.14
3.15
Freeze-up Protection Control .................................................................89
Heating Peak-cut Control .......................................................................89
Fan Control.............................................................................................90
Liquid Compression Protection Function 2.............................................90
Defrost Control .......................................................................................91
Electronic Expansion Valve Control .......................................................92
Malfunctions ...........................................................................................96
Forced Operation Mode .........................................................................97
Wiring-Error Check.................................................................................98
Additional Function...............................................................................100
Part 5 Operation Manual ........................................................... 103
1. System Configuration..........................................................................104
1.1 Operation Instructions ..........................................................................104
2. Instruction............................................................................................105
2.1 FTK(X)S, FTXG, CTXG, FDK(X)S, FLK(X)S Series ............................105
2.2 FVXS Series.........................................................................................181
2.3 FHQ Series...........................................................................................212
Part 6 Service Diagnosis........................................................... 225
1. Caution for Diagnosis..........................................................................226
1.1 Troubleshooting with Operation Lamp .................................................226
2. Problem Symptoms and Measures .....................................................228
3. Service Check Function ......................................................................229
3.1 Check Method 1 ...................................................................................229
3.2 Check Method 2 ...................................................................................231
4. Code Indication on the Remote Controller ..........................................233
4.1 Error Codes and Description of Fault ...................................................233
5. Troubleshooting ..................................................................................234
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
5.12
5.13
5.14
5.15
5.16
5.17
5.18
5.19
5.20
5.21
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Indoor Units ..........................................................................................234
Outdoor Units .......................................................................................235
Indoor Unit PCB Abnormality ...............................................................236
Freeze-up Protection Control or High Pressure Control.......................237
Fan Motor or Related Abnormality .......................................................239
Thermistor or Related Abnormality (Indoor Unit)..................................242
Front Panel Open / Close Fault............................................................243
Signal Transmission Error (between Indoor and Outdoor Unit) ...........244
Unspecified Voltage (between Indoor and Outdoor Units) ...................246
Freeze-up Protection Control ...............................................................247
Outdoor Unit PCB Abnormality.............................................................249
OL Activation (Compressor Overload) .................................................250
Compressor Lock .................................................................................251
DC Fan Lock ........................................................................................252
Input Over Current Detection ...............................................................253
Discharge Pipe Temperature Control...................................................255
High Pressure Control in Cooling .........................................................256
Compressor Sensor System Abnormality ............................................258
Position Sensor Abnormality ................................................................260
CT or Related Abnormality ...................................................................261
Thermistor or Related Abnormality (Outdoor Unit)...............................263
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5.23
5.24
5.25
5.26
5.27
5.28
Electrical Box Temperature Rise..........................................................265
Radiation Fin Temperature Rise ..........................................................267
Output Over Current Detection.............................................................269
Insufficient Gas.....................................................................................271
Low-voltage Detection or Over-voltage Detection................................273
Signal Transmission Error (on Outdoor Unit PCB)...............................274
Anti-icing Function in Other Rooms / Unspecified Voltage
(between Indoor and Outdoor Units) ....................................................275
6. Check ..................................................................................................276
6.1 How to Check .......................................................................................276
Part 7 Removal Procedure ........................................................ 287
1. Outdoor Unit........................................................................................288
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
Removal of the Panels and Plates .......................................................288
Removal of the Electrical Box ..............................................................292
Removal of the PCB.............................................................................300
Removal of the Propeller Fan / Fan Motor ...........................................306
Removal of the Sound Blanket.............................................................308
Removal of Electronic Expansion Valve Coil,
Four Way Valve Coil and Thermistor ...................................................312
1.7 Removal of the Distributor....................................................................315
1.8 Removal of the Four Way Valve...........................................................316
1.9 Removal of the Compressor.................................................................317
Part 8 Others ............................................................................. 319
1. Others .................................................................................................320
1.1 Test Run from the Remote Controller ..................................................320
1.2 Jumper Settings ...................................................................................321
Part 9 Appendix......................................................................... 323
1. Piping Diagrams..................................................................................324
1.1 Indoor Units ..........................................................................................324
1.2 Outdoor Units .......................................................................................330
2. Wiring Diagrams..................................................................................331
2.1 Indoor Units ..........................................................................................331
2.2 Outdoor Units .......................................................................................336
Index
............................................................................................. i
Drawings & Flow Charts ................................................................ v
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Introduction
1. Introduction
1.1
Safety Cautions
Cautions and
Warnings
„ Be sure to read the following safety cautions before conducting repair work.
„ The caution items are classified into “
Warning” and “
Caution”. The “
Warning”
items are especially important since they can lead to death or serious injury if they are not
followed closely. The “
Caution” items can also lead to serious accidents under some
conditions if they are not followed. Therefore, be sure to observe all the safety caution items
described below.
„ About the pictograms
This symbol indicates the item for which caution must be exercised.
The pictogram shows the item to which attention must be paid.
This symbol indicates the prohibited action.
The prohibited item or action is shown in the illustration or near the symbol.
This symbol indicates the action that must be taken, or the instruction.
The instruction is shown in the illustration or near the symbol.
„ After the repair work is complete, be sure to conduct a test operation to ensure that the
equipment operates normally, and explain the cautions for operating the product to the
customer.
1.1.1 Cautions Regarding Safety of Workers
Warning
Be sure to disconnect the power cable plug from the plug socket before
disassembling the equipment for repair.
Working on the equipment that is connected to the power supply may cause an
electrical shook.
If it is necessary to supply power to the equipment to conduct the repair or
inspecting the circuits, do not touch any electrically charged sections of the
equipment.
If the refrigerant gas is discharged during the repair work, do not touch the
discharged refrigerant gas.
The refrigerant gas may cause frostbite.
When disconnecting the suction or discharge pipe of the compressor at the
welded section, evacuate the refrigerant gas completely at a well-ventilated
place first.
If there is a gas remaining inside the compressor, the refrigerant gas or
refrigerating machine oil discharges when the pipe is disconnected, and it may
cause injury.
If the refrigerant gas leaks during the repair work, ventilate the area. The
refrigerant gas may generate toxic gases when it contacts flames.
The step-up capacitor supplies high-voltage electricity to the electrical
components of the outdoor unit.
Be sure to discharge the capacitor completely before conducting repair work.
A charged capacitor may cause an electrical shock.
Do not start or stop the air conditioner operation by plugging or unplugging the
power cable plug.
Plugging or unplugging the power cable plug to operate the equipment may
cause an electrical shock or fire.
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Warning
Be sure to wear a safety helmet, gloves, and a safety belt when working at a
high place (more than 2m). Insufficient safety measures may cause a fall
accident.
In case of R410A refrigerant models, be sure to use pipes, flare nuts and tools
for the exclusive use of the R410A refrigerant.
The use of materials for R22 refrigerant models may cause a serious accident
such as a damage of refrigerant cycle as well as an equipment failure.
Caution
Do not repair the electrical components with wet hands.
Working on the equipment with wet hands may cause an electrical shock.
Do not clean the air conditioner by splashing water.
Washing the unit with water may cause an electrical shock.
Be sure to provide the grounding when repairing the equipment in a humid or
wet place, to avoid electrical shocks.
Be sure to turn off the power switch and unplug the power cable when cleaning
the equipment.
The internal fan rotates at a high speed, and cause injury.
Be sure to conduct repair work with appropriate tools.
The use of inappropriate tools may cause injury.
Be sure to check that the refrigerating cycle section has cooled down enough
before conducting repair work.
Working on the unit when the refrigerating cycle section is hot may cause
burns.
Use the welder in a well-ventilated place.
Using the welder in an enclosed room may cause oxygen deficiency.
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1.1.2 Cautions Regarding Safety of Users
Warning
Be sure to use parts listed in the service parts list of the applicable model and
appropriate tools to conduct repair work. Never attempt to modify the
equipment.
The use of inappropriate parts or tools may cause an electrical shock,
excessive heat generation or fire.
If the power cable and lead wires have scratches or deteriorated, be sure to
replace them.
Damaged cable and wires may cause an electrical shock, excessive heat
generation or fire.
Do not use a joined power cable or extension cable, or share the same power
outlet with other electrical appliances, since it may cause an electrical shock,
excessive heat generation or fire.
Be sure to use an exclusive power circuit for the equipment, and follow the local
technical standards related to the electrical equipment, the internal wiring
regulations, and the instruction manual for installation when conducting
electrical work.
Insufficient power circuit capacity and improper electrical work may cause an
electrical shock or fire.
Be sure to use the specified cable for wiring between the indoor and outdoor
units. Make the connections securely and route the cable properly so that there
is no force pulling the cable at the connection terminals.
Improper connections may cause excessive heat generation or fire.
When wiring between the indoor and outdoor units, make sure that the terminal
cover does not lift off or dismount because of the cable.
If the cover is not mounted properly, the terminal connection section may cause
an electrical shock, excessive heat generation or fire.
Do not damage or modify the power cable.
Damaged or modified power cable may cause an electrical shock or fire.
Placing heavy items on the power cable, and heating or pulling the power cable
may damage the cable.
Do not mix air or gas other than the specified refrigerant (R410A / R22) in the
refrigerant system.
If air enters the refrigerating system, an excessively high pressure results,
causing equipment damage and injury.
If the refrigerant gas leaks, be sure to locate the leaking point and repair it
before charging the refrigerant. After charging refrigerant, make sure that there
is no refrigerant leak.
If the leaking point cannot be located and the repair work must be stopped, be
sure to perform pump-down and close the service valve, to prevent the
refrigerant gas from leaking into the room. The refrigerant gas itself is
harmless, but it may generate toxic gases when it contacts flames, such as fan
and other heaters, stoves and ranges.
When relocating the equipment, make sure that the new installation site has
sufficient strength to withstand the weight of the equipment.
If the installation site does not have sufficient strength and if the installation
work is not conducted securely, the equipment may fall and cause injury.
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Warning
Check to make sure that the power cable plug is not dirty or loose, then insert
the plug into a power outlet securely.
If the plug has dust or loose connection, it may cause an electrical shock or fire.
Be sure to install the product correctly by using the provided standard
For unitary type
installation frame.
only
Incorrect use of the installation frame and improper installation may cause the
equipment to fall, resulting in injury.
Be sure to install the product securely in the installation frame mounted on the For unitary type
window frame.
only
If the unit is not securely mounted, it may fall and cause injury.
When replacing the coin battery in the remote controller, be sure to disposed
of the old battery to prevent children from swallowing it.
If a child swallows the coin battery, see a doctor immediately.
Caution
Installation of a leakage breaker is necessary in some cases depending on the
conditions of the installation site, to prevent electrical shocks.
Do not install the equipment in a place where there is a possibility of
combustible gas leaks.
If the combustible gas leaks and remains around the unit, it may cause a fire.
Check to see if the parts and wires are mounted and connected properly, and
if the connections at the soldered or crimped terminals are secure.
Improper installation and connections may cause excessive heat generation,
fire or an electrical shock.
If the installation platform or frame has corroded, replace it.
Corroded installation platform or frame may cause the unit to fall, resulting in
injury.
Check the grounding, and repair it if the equipment is not properly grounded.
Improper grounding may cause an electrical shock.
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Caution
Be sure to measure the insulation resistance after the repair, and make sure
that the resistance is 1 MΩ or higher.
Faulty insulation may cause an electrical shock.
Be sure to check the drainage of the indoor unit after the repair.
Faulty drainage may cause the water to enter the room and wet the furniture
and floor.
Do not tilt the unit when removing it.
The water inside the unit may spill and wet the furniture and floor.
Be sure to install the packing and seal on the installation frame properly.
For unitary type
If the packing and seal are not installed properly, water may enter the room and only
wet the furniture and floor.
1.2
Used Icons
Icons are used to attract the attention of the reader to specific information. The meaning of each
icon is described in the table below:
Icon
Type of
Information
Note
Description
A “note” provides information that is not indispensable, but may
nevertheless be valuable to the reader, such as tips and tricks.
Note:
Caution
A “caution” is used when there is danger that the reader, through
incorrect manipulation, may damage equipment, loose data, get
an unexpected result or has to restart (part of) a procedure.
Warning
A “warning” is used when there is danger of personal injury.
Reference
A “reference” guides the reader to other places in this binder or
in this manual, where he/she will find additional information on a
specific topic.
Caution
Warning
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Part 1
List of Functions
1. List of Functions ......................................................................................2
1.1 Cooling Only Models ................................................................................2
1.2 Heat Pump Models...................................................................................7
List of Functions
1
List of Functions
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1. List of Functions
Comfortable
Airflow
Comfort
Control
Operation
Lifestyle
Convenience
Air Purifying Filter
—
—
—
Photocatalytic Deodorizing Filter
—
—
—
Air Purifying Filter with Photocatalytic
Deodorizing Function
—
—
Inverter (with Inverter Power Control)
{
{
Operation Limit for Cooling (°CDB)
—
—
Operation Limit for Heating (°CWB)
—
PAM Control
Compressor
FTKS50D2V1W(L)
Basic
Function
Functions
FTKS50D2V1W(L)
Category
FTKS20-35D3VMW(L)
Cooling Only Models
FTKS20-35D3VMW(L)
1.1
—
Category
Health &
Clean
Functions
Oval Scroll Compressor
—
—
Swing Compressor
—
—
Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic
Air-Purifying Filter
{
{
Rotary Compressor
—
—
Longlife Filter (Option)
—
—
Reluctance DC Motor
—
—
Mold Proof Air Filter
{
{
Power-Airflow Flap
—
—
Wipe-clean Flat Panel
{
{
Power-Airflow Dual Flaps
{
{
Washable Grille
—
—
Power-Airflow Diffuser
—
—
Filter Cleaning Indicator
—
—
Wide-Angle Louvers
{
{
Mold Proof Operation
—
—
Vertical Auto-Swing (Up and Down)
{
{
Heating Dry Operation
—
—
Horizontal Auto-Swing (Right and Left)
—
—
Good-Sleep Cooling Operation
—
—
3-D Airflow
—
—
Weekly Timer
—
—
Comfort Airflow Mode
{
{
24-Hour On/Off Timer
{
{
3-Step Airflow (H/P Only)
—
—
72-Hour On/Off Timer
—
—
Night Set Mode
{
{
Auto-Restart (after Power Failure)
{
{
Self-Diagnosis (Digital, LED) Display
{
{
Timer
Auto Fan Speed
{
{
Indoor Unit Quiet Operation
{
{
Night Quiet Mode (Automatic)
—
—
Outdoor Unit Quiet Operation (Manual)
—
—
Wiring Error Check
—
—
Intelligent Eye
{
{
Quick Warming Function
—
—
Anticorrosion Treatment of Outdoor
Heat Exchanger
—
—
{
{
Worry Free
“Reliability &
Durability”
Hot-Start Function
—
—
Automatic Defrosting
—
—
Multi-Split / Split Type Compatible
Indoor Unit
Automatic Operation
—
—
Flexible Voltage Correspondence
{
—
Programme Dry Function
{
{
High Ceiling Application
—
—
Fan Only
{
{
Chargeless
—
—
New Powerful Operation (NonInverter)
—
—
Either Side Drain (Right or Left)
{
{
Inverter Powerful Operation
{
{
Power Selection
—
—
Priority-Room Setting
—
—
5-Rooms Centralized Controller
(Option)
{
{
Cooling / Heating Mode Lock
—
—
Home Leave Operation
—
—
Remote Control Adaptor
(Normal Open-Pulse Contact) (Option)
{
{
Remote Control Adaptor
(Normal Open Contact) (Option)
{
{
DIII-NET Compatible (Adaptor)
(Option)
{
{
ECONO Mode
{
{
Indoor Unit On/Off Switch
{
{
Signal Reception Indicator
{
{
Temperature Display
—
—
Another Room Operation
—
—
Flexibility
Remote
Control
Remote
Controller
Wireless
{
{
Wired
—
—
Note: { : Holding Functions
— : No Functions
2
List of Functions
Compressor
Comfortable
Airflow
Comfort
Control
Operation
Lifestyle
Convenience
FTKS50-71FV1B
Basic
Function
Functions
Air Purifying Filter
—
—
—
Photocatalytic Deodorizing Filter
—
—
{
—
FTKS50-71FV1B
Category
FTKS20-35CAVMB
List of Functions
FTKS20-35CAVMB
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Inverter (with Inverter Power Control)
{
{
Operation Limit for Cooling (°CDB)
—
—
Operation Limit for Heating (°CWB)
—
Category
Health &
Clean
Functions
PAM Control
—
—
Air Purifying Filter with Photocatalytic
Deodorizing Function
Oval Scroll Compressor
—
—
Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic
Air-Purifying Filter
—
{
Swing Compressor
—
—
Longlife Filter (Option)
—
—
Rotary Compressor
—
—
Mold Proof Air Filter
{
{
Reluctance DC Motor
—
—
Wipe-clean Flat Panel
{
{
Power-Airflow Flap
—
—
Washable Grille
—
—
Power-Airflow Dual Flaps
{
{
Filter Cleaning Indicator
—
—
Power-Airflow Diffuser
—
—
Mold Proof Operation
—
—
Wide-Angle Louvers
{
{
Heating Dry Operation
—
—
Vertical Auto-Swing (Up and Down)
{
{
Good-Sleep Cooling Operation
—
—
Horizontal Auto-Swing (Right and Left)
—
{
3-D Airflow
—
{
Timer
Weekly Timer
—
—
24-Hour On/Off Timer
{
{
Comfort Airflow Mode
—
—
72-Hour On/Off Timer
—
—
3-Step Airflow (H/P Only)
—
—
Night Set Mode
{
{
Auto Fan Speed
{
{
Auto-Restart (after Power Failure)
{
{
Indoor Unit Quiet Operation
{
{
Self-Diagnosis (Digital, LED) Display
{
{
Night Quiet Mode (Automatic)
—
—
Wiring Error Check
—
—
Anticorrosion Treatment of Outdoor
Heat Exchanger
—
—
{
{
Worry Free
“Reliability &
Durability”
Outdoor Unit Quiet Operation (Manual)
—
—
Intelligent Eye
{
{
Quick Warming Function
—
—
Hot-Start Function
—
—
Multi-Split / Split Type Compatible
Indoor Unit
Flexibility
Automatic Defrosting
—
—
Flexible Voltage Correspondence
{
—
Automatic Operation
—
—
High Ceiling Application
—
—
Programme Dry Function
{
{
Chargeless
—
—
Fan Only
{
{
Either side Drain (Right or Left)
{
{
New Powerful Operation (NonInverter)
—
—
Power Selection
—
—
Inverter Powerful Operation
{
{
5-Rooms Centralized Controller
(Option)
{
{
Priority-Room Setting
—
—
Cooling / Heating Mode Lock
—
—
Remote Control Adaptor
(Normal Open-Pulse Contact) (Option)
{
{
Remote Control Adaptor
(Normal Open Contact) (Option)
{
{
DIII-NET Compatible (Adaptor)
(Option)
{
{
Home Leave Operation
{
{
ECONO Mode
—
—
Indoor Unit On/Off Switch
{
{
Signal Reception Indicator
{
{
Temperature Display
—
—
Another Room Operation
—
—
Remote
Control
Remote
Controller
Wireless
{
{
Wired
—
—
Note: { : Holding Functions
— : No Functions
List of Functions
3
Compressor
Comfortable
Airflow
Comfort
Control
{
—
—
Lifestyle
Convenience
—
—
—
Photocatalytic Deodorizing Filter
—
—
—
—
—
—
FDKS25/35EAVMB
Air Purifying Filter
—
Category
{ Health &
Clean
Functions
Operation Limit for Heating (°CWB)
—
—
—
Air Purifying Filter with Photocatalytic
Deodorizing Function
PAM Control
—
—
—
Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic
Air-Purifying Filter
—
—
—
—
Oval Scroll Compressor
—
—
—
Longlife Filter (Option)
—
—
Swing Compressor
—
—
—
Mold Proof Air Filter
{
{
{
Rotary Compressor
—
—
—
Wipe-clean Flat Panel
—
—
—
—
Reluctance DC Motor
—
—
—
Washable Grille
—
—
Power-Airflow Flap
—
—
—
Filter Cleaning Indicator
—
—
—
Power-Airflow Dual Flaps
—
—
—
Mold Proof Operation
—
—
—
Power-Airflow Diffuser
—
—
—
Heating Dry Operation
—
—
—
Wide-Angle Louvers
—
—
—
Good-Sleep Cooling Operation
—
—
—
Vertical Auto-Swing (Up and Down)
—
—
—
— Timer
Weekly Timer
—
—
Horizontal Auto-Swing (Right and Left) —
—
—
24-Hour On/Off Timer
{
{
{
3-D Airflow
—
—
—
72-Hour On/Off Timer
—
—
—
Comfort Airflow Mode
—
—
—
Night Set Mode
{
{
{
3-Step Airflow (H/P Only)
—
—
Auto-Restart (after Power Failure)
{
{
{
Auto Fan Speed
{
{
Self-Diagnosis (Digital, LED) Display
{
{
{
Indoor Unit Quiet Operation
{
{
— Worry Free
“Reliability &
{ Durability”
{
Wiring-Error Check
—
—
—
Anticorrosion Treatment of Outdoor
Heat Exchanger
—
—
—
Multi-Split / Split Type Compatible
Indoor Unit
{
{
{
Night Quiet Mode (Automatic)
Operation
FDKS25/35EAVMB
{
Operation Limit for Cooling (°CDB)
FDKS50/60CVMB
Inverter (with Inverter Power Control)
FDKS25/35CAVMB
Basic
Function
Functions
FDKS50/60CVMB
Category
SiBE12-713
FDKS25/35CAVMB
List of Functions
—
—
—
Outdoor Unit Quiet Operation (Manual) —
—
—
Intelligent Eye
—
—
—
Flexible Voltage Correspondence
{
{
{
Quick Warming Function
—
—
—
High Ceiling Application
—
—
—
Hot-Start Function
—
—
—
Chargeless
—
—
—
Automatic Defrosting
—
—
—
Either Side Drain (Right or Left)
—
—
—
Automatic Operation
—
—
—
Power-Selection
—
—
—
5-Rooms Centralized Controller
(Option)
{
{
{
Flexibility
Programme Dry Function
{
{
Remote
{
Control
Fan Only
{
{
{
Remote Control Adaptor
(Normal Open-Pulse Contact) (Option)
{
{
{
New Powerful Operation
(Non-Inverter)
—
—
—
Remote Control Adaptor
(Normal Open Contact) (Option)
{
{
{
Inverter Powerful Operation
{
{
{
DIII-NET Compatible (Adaptor)
(Option)
{
{
{
Priority-Room Setting
—
—
Cooling / Heating Mode Lock
—
—
— Remote
Controller
—
Home Leave Operation
{
{
{
ECONO Mode
—
—
—
Indoor Unit On/Off Switch
{
{
{
Signal Reception Indicator
{
{
{
Temperature Display
—
—
—
Another Room Operation
—
—
—
Wireless
{
{
{
Wired
—
—
—
Note: { : Holding Functions
— : No Functions
4
List of Functions
Compressor
Comfortable
Airflow
Comfort
Control
Operation
Lifestyle
Convenience
FLKS25-60BAVMB
FVXS25-50FV1B
FHQ35-60BVV1B
Basic
Function
{
Operation Limit for Cooling (°CDB)
—
—
Functions
FHQ35-60BVV1B
Inverter (with Inverter Power Control)
Category
FVXS25-50FV1B
List of Functions
FLKS25-60BAVMB
SiBE12-713
{
{ Health &
Clean
—
Air Purifying Filter
{
—
—
Photocatalytic Deodorizing Filter
{
—
—
—
—
—
—
Category
Functions
Operation Limit for Heating (°CWB)
—
—
—
Air Purifying Filter with Photocatalytic
Deodorizing Function
PAM Control
—
—
—
Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic
Air-Purifying Filter
—
{
Oval Scroll Compressor
—
—
—
Longlife Filter (Option)
—
—
{
Swing Compressor
—
—
—
Mold Proof Air Filter
{
{
{
Rotary Compressor
—
—
—
Wipe-clean Flat Panel
—
{
—
Reluctance DC Motor
—
—
—
Washable Grille
—
—
{
Power-Airflow Flap
—
—
—
Filter Cleaning Indicator
—
—
{
Power-Airflow Dual Flaps
—
—
—
Mold Proof Operation
—
—
—
Power-Airflow Diffuser
—
—
—
Heating Dry Operation
—
—
—
Wide-Angle Louvers
—
{
—
Good-Sleep Cooling Operation
—
—
—
Vertical Auto-Swing (Up and Down)
{
{
{ Timer
Weekly Timer
—
{
—
Horizontal Auto-Swing (Right and Left) —
—
—
24-Hour On/Off Timer
{
{
—
3-D Airflow
—
—
—
72-Hour On/Off Timer
—
—
{
Comfort Airflow Mode
—
—
—
Night Set Mode
{
{
—
3-Step Airflow (H/P Only)
—
—
Auto-Restart (after Power Failure)
{
{
{
Auto Fan Speed
{
{
Indoor Unit Quiet Operation
{
{
— Worry Free
“Reliability &
— Durability”
—
Night Quiet Mode (Automatic)
—
—
Outdoor Unit Quiet Operation (Manual) —
—
Self-Diagnosis (Digital, LED) Display
{
{
{
Wiring-Error Check
—
—
—
—
Anticorrosion Treatment of Outdoor
Heat Exchanger
—
—
—
— Flexibility
Multi-Split / Split Type Compatible
Indoor Unit
{
{
{
—
Intelligent Eye
—
—
—
Flexible Voltage Correspondence
{
—
Quick Warming Function
—
—
—
High Ceiling Application
—
—
{
Hot-Start Function
—
—
—
Chargeless
—
—
—
Automatic Defrosting
—
—
—
Either Side Drain (Right or Left)
—
—
—
—
—
Power-Selection
—
—
—
5-Rooms Centralized Controller
(Option)
{
{
—
Automatic Operation
—
Programme Dry Function
{
{
Remote
{
Control
Fan Only
{
{
{
Remote Control Adaptor
(Normal Open-Pulse Contact) (Option)
{
{
—
New Powerful Operation
(Non-Inverter)
—
—
—
Remote Control Adaptor
(Normal Open Contact) (Option)
{
{
—
Inverter Powerful Operation
{
{
—
DIII-NET Compatible (Adaptor) (Option)
{
{
{
Priority-Room Setting
—
—
Wireless
{
{
{
Cooling / Heating Mode Lock
—
—
— Remote
Controller
—
Wired
—
—
{
Home Leave Operation
{
—
—
ECONO Mode
—
{
—
Indoor Unit On/Off Switch
{
{
—
Signal Reception Indicator
{
{
—
Temperature Display
—
—
—
Another Room Operation
—
—
—
Note: { : Holding Functions
— : No Functions
List of Functions
5
Basic
Function
Compressor
Comfortable
Airflow
Comfort
Control
Operation
Lifestyle
Convenience
Functions
Inverter (with Inverter Power Control)
{
Category
Health &
Clean
4MKS75F2V1B
Category
SiBE12-713
4MKS75F2V1B
List of Functions
Functions
Air Purifying Filter
—
Photocatalytic Deodorizing Filter
—
Operation Limit for Cooling (°CDB)
–10
~
46
Operation Limit for Heating (°CWB)
—
Air Purifying Filter with Photocatalytic
Deodorizing Function
—
PAM Control
{
Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic
Air-Purifying Filter
—
Oval Scroll Compressor
—
Longlife Filter (Option)
—
Swing Compressor
{
Mold Proof Air Filter
—
Rotary Compressor
—
Wipe-clean Flat Panel
—
Reluctance DC Motor
{
Washable Grille
—
Power-Airflow Flap
—
Filter Cleaning Indicator
—
Power-Airflow Dual Flaps
—
Mold Proof Operation
—
Power-Airflow Diffuser
—
Heating Dry Operation
—
Good-Sleep Cooling Operation
—
Wide-Angle Louvers
—
Vertical Auto-Swing (Up and Down)
—
Horizontal Auto-Swing (Right and Left)
—
Timer
Weekly Timer
—
24-Hour On/Off Timer
—
3-D Airflow
—
72-Hour On/Off Timer
—
Comfort Airflow Mode
—
Night Set Mode
—
3-Step Airflow (H/P Only)
—
Auto-Restart (after Power Failure)
—
Auto Fan Speed
—
Self-Diagnosis (Digital, LED) Display
{
Indoor Unit Quiet Operation
—
Wiring-Error Check
{
Night Quiet Mode (Automatic)
{
Anticorrosion Treatment of Outdoor
Heat Exchanger
{
Outdoor Unit Quiet Operation (Manual)
{
Multi-Split / Split Type Compatible
Indoor Unit
—
Intelligent Eye
—
Flexible Voltage Correspondence
—
Quick Warming Function
—
High Ceiling Application
—
Worry Free
“Reliability &
Durability”
Flexibility
Hot-Start Function
—
Chargeless
{
Automatic Defrosting
—
Either Side Drain (Right or Left)
—
Automatic Operation
—
Power-Selection
—
5-Rooms Centralized Controller
(Option)
—
Remote
Control
Programme Dry Function
—
Fan Only
—
Remote Control Adaptor
(Normal Open-Pulse Contact) (Option)
—
New Powerful Operation
(Non-Inverter)
—
Remote Control Adaptor
(Normal Open Contact) (Option)
—
Inverter Powerful Operation
—
DIII-NET Compatible (Adaptor) (Option)
—
Priority-Room Setting
{
Cooling / Heating Mode Lock
{
Home Leave Operation
—
ECONO Mode
—
Indoor Unit On/Off Switch
—
Signal Reception Indicator
—
Temperature Display
—
Another Room Operation
—
Remote
Controller
Wireless
—
Wired
—
Note: { : Holding Functions
— : No Functions
6
List of Functions
SiBE12-713
Comfortable
Airflow
Comfort
Control
Operation
Lifestyle
Convenience
Air Purifying Filter
—
—
—
Photocatalytic Deodorizing Filter
—
—
—
Air Purifying Filter with Photocatalytic
Deodorizing Function
—
—
Inverter (with Inverter Power Control)
{
{
Operation Limit for Cooling (°CDB)
—
—
Operation Limit for Heating (°CWB)
—
PAM Control
Compressor
CTXG50EV1BW(S)
Basic
Function
Functions
CTXG50EV1BW(S)
Category
FTXG25/35EV1BW(S)
Heat Pump Models
FTXG25/35EV1BW(S)
1.2
List of Functions
—
Category
Health &
Clean
Functions
Oval Scroll Compressor
—
—
Swing Compressor
—
—
Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic
Air-Purifying Filter
{
{
Rotary Compressor
—
—
Longlife Filter (Option)
—
—
Reluctance DC Motor
—
—
Mold Proof Air Filter
{
{
Power-Airflow Flap
{
{
Wipe-clean Flat Panel
{
{
Power-Airflow Dual Flaps
—
—
Washable Grille
—
—
Power-Airflow Diffuser
—
—
Filter Cleaning Indicator
—
—
Wide-Angle Louvers
{
{
Mold Proof Operation
—
—
Vertical Auto-Swing (Up and Down)
{
{
Heating Dry Operation
—
—
Horizontal Auto-Swing (Right and Left)
{
{
Good-Sleep Cooling Operation
—
—
—
3-D Airflow
{
{
Weekly Timer
—
Comfort Airflow Mode
{
{
24-Hour On/Off Timer
{
{
3-Step Airflow (H/P Only)
—
—
72-Hour On/Off Timer
—
—
Auto Fan Speed
{
{
Night Set Mode
{
{
Indoor Unit Quiet Operation
{
{
Auto-Restart (after Power Failure)
{
{
Night Quiet Mode (Automatic)
—
—
Self-Diagnosis (Digital, LED) Display
{
{
Outdoor Unit Quiet Operation (Manual)
—
—
Wiring Error Check
—
—
Intelligent Eye
{
{
Quick Warming Function
—
—
Anticorrosion Treatment of Outdoor
Heat Exchanger
—
—
{
—
Timer
Worry Free
“Reliability &
Durability”
Hot-Start Function
{
{
Automatic Defrosting
—
—
Multi-Split / Split Type Compatible
Indoor Unit
Automatic Operation
{
{
Flexible Voltage Correspondence
—
—
Programme Dry Function
{
{
High Ceiling Application
—
—
Fan Only
{
{
Chargeless
—
—
New Powerful Operation (NonInverter)
—
—
Either Side Drain (Right or Left)
{
{
Inverter Powerful Operation
{
{
Power Selection
—
—
5-Rooms Centralized Controller
(Option)
{
{
Remote Control Adaptor
(Normal Open-Pulse Contact) (Option)
{
{
Remote Control Adaptor
(Normal Open Contact) (Option)
{
{
DIII-NET Compatible (Adaptor) (Option)
{
{
Wireless
{
{
Wired
—
—
Priority-Room Setting
—
—
Cooling / Heating Mode Lock
—
—
Home Leave Operation
—
—
ECONO Mode
—
—
Indoor Unit On/Off Switch
{
{
Signal Reception Indicator
{
{
Temperature Display
—
—
Another Room Operation
—
—
Flexibility
Remote
Control
Remote
Controller
Note: { : Holding Functions
— : No Functions
List of Functions
7
—
Compressor
Comfortable
Airflow
Comfort
Control
Operation
Lifestyle
Convenience
FTXS20-35CAVMB
Operation Limit for Heating (°CWB)
FTXS50D2V1W(L)
—
FTXS20-35D3VMW(L)
Operation Limit for Cooling (°CDB)
FTXS20-35CAVMB
{
Functions
FTXS50D2V1W(L)
Inverter (with Inverter Power Control)
Category
Basic
Function
SiBE12-713
FTXS20-35D3VMW(L)
List of Functions
{
—
{ Health &
Clean
—
Air Purifying Filter
—
—
—
—
—
Photocatalytic Deodorizing Filter
—
—
—
—
—
{
Category
Functions
PAM Control
—
—
—
Air Purifying Filter with Photocatalytic
Deodorizing Function
Oval Scroll Compressor
—
—
—
Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic
Air-Purifying Filter
{
{
—
Swing Compressor
—
—
—
Longlife Filter (Option)
—
—
—
Rotary Compressor
—
—
—
Mold Proof Air Filter
{
{
{
Reluctance DC Motor
—
—
—
Wipe-clean Flat Panel
{
{
{
Power-Airflow Flap
—
—
—
Washable Grille
—
—
—
Power-Airflow Dual Flaps
{
{
{
Filter Cleaning Indicator
—
—
—
Power-Airflow Diffuser
—
—
—
Mold Proof Operation
—
—
—
Wide-Angle Louvers
{
{
{
Heating Dry Operation
—
—
—
Vertical Auto-Swing (Up and Down)
{
{
{
Good-Sleep Cooling Operation
—
—
—
—
Horizontal Auto-Swing (Right and Left) —
—
— Timer
Weekly Timer
—
—
3-D Airflow
—
—
—
24-Hour On/Off Timer
{
{
{
Comfort Airflow Mode
{
{
—
72-Hour On/Off Timer
—
—
—
3-Step Airflow (H/P Only)
—
—
—
Night Set Mode
{
{
{
Auto-Restart (after Power Failure)
{
{
{
Self-Diagnosis (Digital, LED) Display
{
{
{
Wiring Error Check
—
—
—
Anticorrosion Treatment of Outdoor
Heat Exchanger
—
—
—
Auto Fan Speed
{
{
Indoor Unit Quiet Operation
{
{
—
—
{ Worry Free
“Reliability &
{ Durability”
—
Night Quiet Mode (Automatic)
Outdoor Unit Quiet Operation (Manual) —
—
—
Intelligent Eye
{
{
{
Quick Warming Function
—
—
— Flexibility
Hot-Start Function
{
{
{
Multi-Split / Split Type Compatible
Indoor Unit
{
{
{
Automatic Defrosting
—
—
—
Flexible Voltage Correspondence
{
—
{
Automatic Operation
{
{
{
High Ceiling Application
—
—
—
Programme Dry Function
{
{
{
Chargeless
—
—
—
Fan Only
{
{
{
Either side Drain (Right or Left)
{
{
{
New Powerful Operation (NonInverter)
—
—
—
Power Selection
—
—
—
Inverter Powerful Operation
{
{
Remote
{ Control
5-Rooms Centralized Controller
(Option)
{
{
{
Remote Control Adaptor
(Normal Open-Pulse Contact) (Option)
{
{
{
Priority-Room Setting
—
—
—
Cooling / Heating Mode Lock
—
—
—
Home Leave Operation
—
—
{
ECONO Mode
{
{
—
Remote Control Adaptor
(Normal Open Contact) (Option)
{
{
{
Indoor Unit On/Off Switch
{
{
{
DIII-NET Compatible (Adaptor)
(Option)
{
{
{
{ Remote
Controller
Wireless
{
{
{
Wired
—
—
—
Signal Reception Indicator
{
{
Temperature Display
—
—
—
Another Room Operation
—
—
—
Note: { : Holding Functions
— : No Functions
8
List of Functions
Category
Basic
Function
Compressor
Comfortable
Airflow
Comfort
Control
Operation
Lifestyle
Convenience
Functions
Inverter (with Inverter Power Control)
{
Operation Limit for Cooling (°CDB)
—
Category
Health &
Clean
Functions
FTXS50-71FV1B
List of Functions
FTXS50-71FV1B
SiBE12-713
Air Purifying Filter
—
Photocatalytic Deodorizing Filter
—
—
Operation Limit for Heating (°CWB)
—
Air Purifying Filter with Photocatalytic
Deodorizing Function
PAM Control
—
Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic
Air-Purifying Filter
{
Oval Scroll Compressor
—
Longlife Filter (Option)
—
Swing Compressor
—
Mold Proof Air Filter
{
Rotary Compressor
—
Wipe-clean Flat Panel
{
Reluctance DC Motor
—
Washable Grille
—
Power-Airflow Flap
—
Filter Cleaning Indicator
—
—
Power-Airflow Dual Flaps
{
Mold Proof Operation
Power-Airflow Diffuser
—
Heating Dry Operation
—
Wide-Angle Louvers
{
Good-Sleep Cooling Operation
—
Weekly Timer
—
Vertical Auto-Swing (Up and Down)
{
Horizontal Auto-Swing (Right and Left)
{
24-Hour On/Off Timer
{
3-D Airflow
{
72-Hour On/Off Timer
—
Comfort Airflow Mode
—
Night Set Mode
{
3-Step Airflow (H/P Only)
—
Auto-Restart (after Power Failure)
{
Timer
Worry Free
“Reliability &
Durability”
Auto Fan Speed
{
Self-Diagnosis (Digital, LED) Display
{
Indoor Unit Quiet Operation
{
Wiring-Error Check
—
Night Quiet Mode (Automatic)
—
Anticorrosion Treatment of Outdoor
Heat Exchanger
—
Outdoor Unit Quiet Operation (Manual)
—
Multi-Split / Split Type Compatible
Indoor Unit
{
Flexibility
Intelligent Eye
{
Flexible Voltage Correspondence
—
Quick Warming Function
—
High Ceiling Application
—
Hot-Start Function
{
Chargeless
—
Automatic Defrosting
—
Either Side Drain (Right or Left)
{
Automatic Operation
{
Power-Selection
—
5-Rooms Centralized Controller
(Option)
{
Remote
Control
Programme Dry Function
{
Fan Only
{
Remote Control Adaptor
(Normal Open-Pulse Contact) (Option)
{
New Powerful Operation
(Non-Inverter)
—
Remote Control Adaptor
(Normal Open Contact) (Option)
{
Inverter Powerful Operation
{
DIII-NET Compatible (Adaptor)
(Option)
{
Priority-Room Setting
—
Cooling / Heating Mode Lock
—
Home Leave Operation
{
ECONO Mode
—
Indoor Unit On/Off Switch
{
Signal Reception Indicator
{
Temperature Display
—
Another Room Operation
—
Remote
Controller
Wireless
{
Wired
—
Note: { : Holding Functions
— : No Functions
List of Functions
9
Compressor
Comfortable
Airflow
Comfort
Control
Operation
Lifestyle
Convenience
{
—
—
Air Purifying Filter
—
—
—
—
Photocatalytic Deodorizing Filter
—
—
—
—
—
—
FDXS25/35EAVMB
FDXS25/35EAVMB
{
Operation Limit for Cooling (°CDB)
FDXS50/60CVMB
Inverter (with Inverter Power Control)
FDXS25/35CAVMB
Basic
Function
Functions
FDXS50/60CVMB
Category
SiBE12-713
FDXS25/35CAVMB
List of Functions
Category
{ Health &
Clean
Functions
Operation Limit for Heating (°CWB)
—
—
—
Air Purifying Filter with Photocatalytic
Deodorizing Function
PAM Control
—
—
—
Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic
Air-Purifying Filter
—
—
—
—
Oval Scroll Compressor
—
—
—
Longlife Filter (Option)
—
—
Swing Compressor
—
—
—
Mold Proof Air Filter
{
{
{
Rotary Compressor
—
—
—
Wipe-clean Flat Panel
—
—
—
—
Reluctance DC Motor
—
—
—
Washable Grille
—
—
Power-Airflow Flap
—
—
—
Filter Cleaning Indicator
—
—
—
Power-Airflow Dual Flaps
—
—
—
Mold Proof Operation
—
—
—
Power-Airflow Diffuser
—
—
—
Heating Dry Operation
—
—
—
Wide-Angle Louvers
—
—
—
Good-Sleep Cooling Operation
—
—
—
Vertical Auto-Swing (Up and Down)
—
—
—
— Timer
Weekly Timer
—
—
Horizontal Auto-Swing (Right and Left) —
—
—
24-Hour On/Off Timer
{
{
{
3-D Airflow
—
—
—
72-Hour On/Off Timer
—
—
—
3-Step Airflow (H/P Only)
—
—
—
Night Set Mode
{
{
{
Auto Fan Speed
{
{
Auto-Restart (after Power Failure)
{
{
{
Indoor Unit Quiet Operation
{
{
Self-Diagnosis (Digital, LED) Display
{
{
{
Night Quiet Mode (Automatic)
—
—
{ Worry Free
“Reliability &
{ Durability”
—
Wiring-Error Check
—
—
—
—
—
—
{
{
{
Outdoor Unit Quiet Operation (Manual) —
—
—
Anticorrosion Treatment of Outdoor
Heat Exchanger
Intelligent Eye
—
—
— Flexibility
Multi-Split / Split Type Compatible
Indoor Unit
Quick Warming Function
—
—
—
Flexible Voltage Correspondence
{
{
{
Hot-Start Function
{
{
{
High Ceiling Application
—
—
—
Automatic Defrosting
—
—
—
Chargeless
—
—
—
Automatic Operation
{
{
{
Either Side Drain (Right or Left)
—
—
—
Programme Dry Function
{
{
{
Power-Selection
—
—
—
5-Rooms Centralized Controller
(Option)
{
{
{
Fan Only
{
{
Remote
{ Control
New Powerful Operation
(Non-Inverter)
—
—
—
Remote Control Adaptor
(Normal Open-Pulse Contact) (Option)
{
{
{
Inverter Powerful Operation
{
{
{
Remote Control Adaptor
(Normal Open Contact) (Option)
{
{
{
Priority-Room Setting
—
—
—
DIII-NET Compatible (Adaptor) (Option)
{
{
{
Cooling / Heating Mode Lock
—
—
Wireless
{
{
{
Wired
—
—
—
Home Leave Operation
{
{
— Remote
Controller
{
ECONO Mode
—
—
—
Indoor Unit On/Off Switch
{
{
{
Signal Reception Indicator
{
{
{
Temperature Display
—
—
—
Another Room Operation
—
—
—
Note: { : Holding Functions
— : No Functions
10
List of Functions
{
Operation Limit for Cooling (°CDB)
—
—
Compressor
Comfortable
Airflow
Comfort
Control
Operation
Lifestyle
Convenience
FHQ35-60BVV1B
{
FVXS25-50FV1B
Basic
Function
Functions
FLXS25-60BAVMB
Inverter (with Inverter Power Control)
Category
{ Health &
Clean
—
Air Purifying Filter
{
—
—
Photocatalytic Deodorizing Filter
{
—
—
—
—
—
—
FHQ35-60BVV1B
FVXS25-50FV1B
List of Functions
FLXS25-60BAVMB
SiBE12-713
Category
Functions
Operation Limit for Heating (°CWB)
—
—
—
Air Purifying Filter with Photocatalytic
Deodorizing Function
PAM Control
—
—
—
Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic
Air-Purifying Filter
—
{
Oval Scroll Compressor
—
—
—
Longlife Filter (Option)
—
—
{
Swing Compressor
—
—
—
Mold Proof Air Filter
{
{
{
Rotary Compressor
—
—
—
Wipe-clean Flat Panel
—
{
—
Reluctance DC Motor
—
—
—
Washable Grille
—
—
{
Power-Airflow Flap
—
—
—
Filter Cleaning Indicator
—
—
{
Power-Airflow Dual Flaps
—
—
—
Mold Proof Operation
—
—
—
Power-Airflow Diffuser
—
—
—
Heating Dry Operation
—
—
—
Wide-Angle Louvers
—
{
—
Good-Sleep Cooling Operation
—
—
—
Vertical Auto-Swing (Up and Down)
{
{
{ Timer
Weekly Timer
—
{
—
Horizontal Auto-Swing (Right and Left) —
—
—
24-Hour On/Off Timer
{
{
—
3-D Airflow
—
—
—
72-Hour On/Off Timer
—
—
{
Comfort Airflow Mode
—
—
—
Night Set Mode
{
{
—
3-Step Airflow (H/P Only)
—
—
Auto-Restart (after Power Failure)
{
{
{
Auto Fan Speed
{
{
Indoor Unit Quiet Operation
{
{
— Worry Free
“Reliability &
— Durability”
—
Night Quiet Mode (Automatic)
—
—
Outdoor Unit Quiet Operation (Manual) —
—
Self-Diagnosis (Digital, LED) Display
{
{
{
Wiring-Error Check
—
—
—
—
Anticorrosion Treatment of Outdoor
Heat Exchanger
—
—
—
— Flexibility
Multi-Split / Split Type Compatible
Indoor Unit
{
{
{
—
Intelligent Eye
—
—
—
Flexible Voltage Correspondence
{
—
Quick Warming Function
—
—
—
High Ceiling Application
—
—
{
Hot-Start Function
{
{
{
Chargeless
—
—
—
Automatic Defrosting
—
—
—
Either Side Drain (Right or Left)
—
—
—
{
{
Power-Selection
—
—
—
5-Rooms Centralized Controller
(Option)
{
{
—
Automatic Operation
{
Programme Dry Function
{
{
Remote
{
Control
Fan Only
{
{
{
Remote Control Adaptor
(Normal Open-Pulse Contact) (Option)
{
{
—
New Powerful Operation
(Non-Inverter)
—
—
—
Remote Control Adaptor
(Normal Open Contact) (Option)
{
{
—
Inverter Powerful Operation
{
{
—
DIII-NET Compatible (Adaptor) (Option)
{
{
{
Priority-Room Setting
—
—
Wireless
{
{
{
Cooling / Heating Mode Lock
—
—
— Remote
Controller
—
Wired
—
—
{
Home Leave Operation
{
—
—
ECONO Mode
—
{
—
Indoor Unit On/Off Switch
{
{
—
Signal Reception Indicator
{
{
—
Temperature Display
—
—
—
Another Room Operation
—
—
—
Note: { : Holding Functions
— : No Functions
List of Functions
11
Basic
Function
Compressor
Comfortable
Airflow
Comfort
Control
Operation
Lifestyle
Convenience
Functions
Inverter (with Inverter Power Control)
{
Operation Limit for Cooling (°CDB)
–10
~
46
Operation Limit for Heating (°CWB)
–15
~
15.5
Category
Health &
Clean
4MXS68F2V1B
Category
SiBE12-713
4MXS68F2V1B
List of Functions
Functions
Air Purifying Filter
—
Photocatalytic Deodorizing Filter
—
Air Purifying Filter with Photocatalytic
Deodorizing Function
—
Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic
Air-Purifying Filter
—
PAM Control
{
Oval Scroll Compressor
—
Longlife Filter (Option)
—
Swing Compressor
{
Mold Proof Air Filter
—
Rotary Compressor
—
Wipe-clean Flat Panel
—
Reluctance DC Motor
{
Washable Grille
—
Power-Airflow Flap
—
Filter Cleaning Indicator
—
Power-Airflow Dual Flaps
—
Mold Proof Operation
—
Power-Airflow Diffuser
—
Heating Dry Operation
—
Good-Sleep Cooling Operation
—
Wide-Angle Louvers
—
Vertical Auto-Swing (Up and Down)
—
Horizontal Auto-Swing (Right and Left)
—
Timer
Weekly Timer
—
24-Hour On/Off Timer
—
3-D Airflow
—
72-Hour On/Off Timer
—
Comfort Airflow Mode
—
Night Set Mode
—
3-Step Airflow (H/P Only)
—
Auto-Restart (after Power Failure)
—
Auto Fan Speed
—
Self-Diagnosis (Digital, LED) Display
{
Indoor Unit Quiet Operation
—
Wiring-Error Check
{
Night Quiet Mode (Automatic)
{
Anticorrosion Treatment of Outdoor
Heat Exchanger
{
Outdoor Unit Quiet Operation (Manual)
{
Multi-Split / Split Type Compatible
Indoor Unit
—
Intelligent Eye
—
Flexible Voltage Correspondence
—
Quick Warming Function
{
High Ceiling Application
—
Hot-Start Function
—
Chargeless
Automatic Defrosting
{
Either Side Drain (Right or Left)
—
Automatic Operation
—
Power-Selection
—
Programme Dry Function
—
5-Rooms Centralized Controller
(Option)
—
Fan Only
—
Remote Control Adaptor
(Normal Open-Pulse Contact) (Option)
—
New Powerful Operation
(Non-Inverter)
—
Remote Control Adaptor
(Normal Open Contact) (Option)
—
Inverter Powerful Operation
—
DIII-NET Compatible (Adaptor) (Option)
—
Priority-Room Setting
{
Cooling / Heating Mode Lock
{
Home Leave Operation
—
ECONO Mode
—
Indoor Unit On/Off Switch
—
Signal Reception Indicator
—
Temperature Display
—
Another Room Operation
—
Worry Free
“Reliability &
Durability”
Flexibility
Remote
Control
Remote
Controller
30m
Wireless
—
Wired
—
Note: { : Holding Functions
— : No Functions
12
List of Functions
SiBE12-713
Part 2
Specifications
1. Specifications ........................................................................................14
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
Specifications
Indoor Units - Cooling Only ....................................................................14
Outdoor Units - Cooling Only .................................................................23
Indoor Units - Heat Pump.......................................................................24
Outdoor Units - Heat Pump ....................................................................35
13
Specifications
SiBE12-713
1. Specifications
1.1
Indoor Units - Cooling Only
Wall Mounted Type
50Hz 230V
Model
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
Air Flow Rates
m³/min
(cfm)
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/L/SL
Sound
Sound Power H
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
Fan
mm
mm
kg
kg
FTKS20D3VMW
2.0kW Class
White
8.7 (307)
6.7 (237)
4.7 (166)
3.9 (138)
Cross Flow Fan
40
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.16
35
95.1
Microcomputer Control
283×800×195
265×855×340
9
12
FTKS20D3VML
2.0kW Class
Silver Line
8.7 (307)
6.7 (237)
4.7 (166)
3.9 (138)
Cross Flow Fan
40
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.16
35
95.1
Microcomputer Control
283×800×195
265×855×340
9
12
dBA
38/25/22
38/25/22
dBA
56
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ18.0
3D051079
56
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ18.0
3D051080
mm
mm
kg
kg
FTKS25D3VMW
2.5kW Class
White
8.7 (307)
6.7 (237)
4.7 (166)
3.9 (138)
Cross Flow Fan
40
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.16
35
95.1
Microcomputer Control
283×800×195
265×855×340
9
12
FTKS25D3VML
2.5kW Class
Silver Line
8.7 (307)
6.7 (237)
4.7 (166)
3.9 (138)
Cross Flow Fan
40
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.16
35
95.1
Microcomputer Control
283×800×195
265×855×340
9
12
dBA
38/25/22
38/25/22
dBA
56
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ18.0
3D051081
56
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ18.0
3D051082
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
A
W
%
mm
mm
mm
Model
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
Air Flow Rates
m³/min
(cfm)
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/L/SL
Sound
Sound Power H
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
Fan
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
A
W
%
mm
mm
mm
Conversion Formulae
kcal/h=kW×860
Btu/h=kW×3414
cfm=m³/min×35.3
14
Specifications
SiBE12-713
Specifications
50Hz 230V
Model
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
Air Flow Rates
m³/min
(cfm)
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/L/SL
Sound
Sound Power H
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
Fan
mm
mm
kg
kg
FTKS35D3VMW
3.5kW Class
White
8.9 (314)
6.9 (244)
4.8 (169)
4.0 (141)
Cross Flow Fan
40
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.18
40
96.6
Microcomputer Control
283×800×195
265×855×340
9
12
FTKS35D3VML
3.5kW Class
Silver Line
8.9 (314)
6.9 (244)
4.8 (169)
4.0 (141)
Cross Flow Fan
40
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.18
40
96.6
Microcomputer Control
283×800×195
265×855×340
9
12
dBA
39/26/23
39/26/23
dBA
57
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ18.0
3D051083
57
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ18.0
3D051084
mm
mm
kg
kg
FTKS50D2V1W
5.0kW Class
White
11.4 (402)
9.3 (328)
7.1 (251)
6.2 (219)
Cross Flow Fan
40
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.21
48
99.4
Microcomputer Control
283×800×195
265×855×340
9
12
FTKS50D2V1L
5.0kW Class
Silver Line
11.4 (402)
9.3 (328)
7.1 (251)
6.2 (219)
Cross Flow Fan
40
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.21
48
99.4
Microcomputer Control
283×800×195
265×855×340
9
12
dBA
46/41/35/32
46/41/35/32
dBA
62
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ12.7
φ18.0
3D051812
62
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ12.7
φ18.0
3D051813
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
A
W
%
mm
mm
mm
Model
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
Air Flow Rates
m³/min
(cfm)
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/M/L/SL
Sound
Sound Power H
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
Fan
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
A
W
%
mm
mm
mm
Conversion Formulae
kcal/h=kW×860
Btu/h=kW×3414
cfm=m³/min×35.3
Specifications
15
Specifications
SiBE12-713
50Hz 230V
Model
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
Air Flow Rates
m³/min
(cfm)
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/M/L/SL
Sound
Sound Power H
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Piping Connection
Gas
Drain
Drawing No.
Fan
mm
mm
kg
kg
FTKS20CAVMB
2.0kW Class
White
7.7 (272)
5.9 (208)
4.2 (148)
3.6 (127)
Cross Flow Fan
18
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.18
40
96.6
Microcomputer Control
273×784×195
258×834×325
7.5
11
FTKS25CAVMB
2.5kW Class
White
7.7 (272)
5.9 (208)
4.2 (148)
3.6 (127)
Cross Flow Fan
18
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.18
40
96.6
Microcomputer Control
273×784×195
258×834×325
7.5
11
dBA
38/32/25/22
38/32/25/22
dBA
56
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ18.0
3D050947
56
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ18.0
3D050949
mm
mm
kg
kg
FTKS35CAVMB
3.5kW Class
White
7.7 (272)
6.0 (212)
4.4 (155)
3.8 (134)
Cross Flow Fan
18
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.18
40
96.6
Microcomputer Control
273×784×195
258×834×325
7.5
11
FTKS50FV1B
5.0kW Class
White
14.7 (519)
12.4 (438)
10.3 (364)
9.5 (335)
Cross Flow Fan
43
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.15
34
98.6
Microcomputer Control
290×1,050×238
337×1,147×366
12
17
dBA
39/33/26/23
43/39/34/31
dBA
57
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ18.0
3D050951
59
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ12.7
φ18.0
3D056016
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
A
W
%
mm
mm
mm
Model
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
Air Flow Rates
m³/min
(cfm)
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/M/L/SL
Sound
Sound Power H
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Piping Connection
Gas
Drain
Drawing No.
Fan
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
A
W
%
mm
mm
mm
Conversion Formulae
kcal/h=kW×860
Btu/h=kW×3414
cfm=m³/min×35.3
16
Specifications
SiBE12-713
Specifications
50Hz 230V
Model
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
Air Flow Rates
m³/min
(cfm)
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/M/L/SL
Sound
Sound Power H
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
Fan
mm
mm
kg
kg
FTKS60FV1B
6.0kW Class
White
16.2 (572)
13.6 (480)
11.4 (403)
10.2 (360)
Cross Flow Fan
43
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.18
40
96.6
Microcomputer Control
290×1,050×238
337×1,147×366
12
17
FTKS71FV1B
7.1kW Class
White
17.4 (614)
14.6 (516)
11.6 (410)
10.6 (374)
Cross Flow Fan
43
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.20
45
97.8
Microcomputer Control
290×1,050×238
337×1,147×366
12
17
dBA
45/41/36/33
46/42/37/34
dBA
61
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 12.7
φ18.0
3D056017
62
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 15.9
φ18.0
3D056018
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
A
W
%
mm
mm
mm
Conversion Formulae
kcal/h=kW×860
Btu/h=kW×3414
cfm=m³/min×35.3
Specifications
17
Specifications
SiBE12-713
Duct Connected Type
50Hz 230V
Model
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
FDKS25CAVMB
2.5kW Class
m³/min
(cfm)
Air Flow Rates
Fan
Type
Motor Output
Speed
—
—
mm
mm
kg
kg
9.5 (335)
8.8 (311)
8.0 (282)
6.7 (237)
Sirocco Fan
62
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.47
100
92.5
Microcomputer Control
200×900×620
266×1,106×751
25
31
10.0 (353)
9.3 (328)
8.5 (300)
7.0 (247)
Sirocco Fan
62
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.47
100
92.5
Microcomputer Control
200×900×620
266×1,106×751
25
31
dBA
35/33/31/29
35/33/31/29
Pa
L/h
40
1.2
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
VP20 (O.D. φ26 / I.D. φ20)
3D048947C
40
1.9
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
VP20 (O.D. φ26 / I.D. φ20)
3D048948C
FDKS50CVMB
5.0kW Class
FDKS60CVMB
6.0kW Class
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/M/L/SL
Sound
External Static Pressure
Moisture Removal
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
A
W
%
mm
mm
mm
Model
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
m³/min
(cfm)
Air Flow Rates
Fan
Type
Motor Output
Speed
—
—
mm
mm
kg
kg
12.0 (424)
11.0 (388)
10.0 (353)
8.4 (297)
Sirocco Fan
130
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.64
140
95.1
Microcomputer Control
200×900×620
266×1,106×751
27
34
16.0 (565)
14.8 (523)
13.5 (477)
11.2 (395)
Sirocco Fan
130
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.74
160
94.0
Microcomputer Control
200×1,100×620
266×1,306×751
30
37
dBA
37/35/33/31
38/36/34/32
Pa
L/h
40
2.9
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ12.7
VP20 (O.D. φ26 / I.D. φ20)
3D052134A
40
3.9
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ12.7
VP20 (O.D. φ26 / I.D. φ20)
3D052135
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/M/L/SL
Sound
External Static Pressure
Moisture Removal
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
FDKS35CAVMB
3.5kW Class
A
W
%
mm
mm
mm
Conversion Formulae
Note:
18
1. The operating sound is based on the rear side suction inlet and the external static pressure 40 Pa.
Operating sound for under side suction inlet: [operating sound for rear side suction inlet]+5 dB.
However, when installation to which the external static pressure becomes low is carried out,
5 dB or more may go up.
kcal/h=kW×860
Btu/h=kW×3414
cfm=m³/min×35.3
Specifications
SiBE12-713
Specifications
50Hz 230V
Model
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
FDKS25EAVMB
2.5kW Class
m³/min
(cfm)
Air Flow Rates
Fan
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Note:
Specifications
—
—
mm
mm
kg
kg
8.7 (307)
8.0 (282)
7.3 (258)
6.2 (219)
Sirocco Fan
62
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.48
71
64.3
Microcomputer Control
200×700×620
274×906×751
21
29
8.7 (307)
8.0 (282)
7.3 (258)
6.2 (219)
Sirocco Fan
62
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.48
71
64.3
Microcomputer Control
200×700×620
274×906×751
21
29
dBA
35/33/31/29
35/33/31/29
Pa
L/h
30
1.2
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
VP20 (O.D.φ 26 / I.D.φ 20)
3D051882A
30
1.9
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
VP20 (O.D.φ 26 / I.D.φ 20)
3D051884A
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/M/L/SL
Sound
External Static Pressure
Moisture Removal
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
FDKS35EAVMB
3.5kW Class
A
W
%
mm
mm
mm
Conversion Formulae
1. The operating sound is based on the rear side suction inlet and the external static pressure 30 Pa.
Operating sound for under side suction inlet: [operating sound for rear side suction inlet]+6 dB.
However, when installation to which the external static pressure becomes low is carried out,
6 dB or more may go up.
kcal/h=kW×860
Btu/h=kW×3414
cfm=m³/min×35.3
19
Specifications
SiBE12-713
Floor / Ceiling Suspended Dual Type
50Hz 230V
Model
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
Air Flow Rates
m³/min
(cfm)
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/M/L/SL
Sound
Sound Power H
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Piping Connection
Gas
Drain
Drawing No.
Fan
mm
mm
kg
kg
FLKS25BAVMB
2.5kW Class
Almond White
7.6 (268)
6.8 (240)
6.0 (212)
5.2 (184)
Sirocco Fan
34
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.34
74
94.6
Microcomputer Control
490×1,050×200
566×1,100×280
16
22
FLKS35BAVMB
3.5kW Class
Almond White
8.6 (304)
7.6 (268)
6.6 (233)
5.6 (198)
Sirocco Fan
34
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.36
78
94.2
Microcomputer Control
490×1,050×200
566×1,100×280
16
22
dBA
37/34/31/28
38/35/32/29
dBA
53
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ18.0
3D050862
54
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ18.0
3D050864
mm
mm
kg
kg
FLKS50BAVMB
5.0W Class
Almond White
11.4 (402)
10.0 (353)
8.5 (300)
7.5 (265)
Sirocco Fan
34
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.45
96
92.8
Microcomputer Control
490×1,050×200
280×1,100×566
17
24
FLKS60BAVMB
6.0kW Class
Almond White
12.0 (424)
10.7 (378)
9.3 (328)
8.3 (293)
Sirocco Fan
34
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.45
98
94.7
Microcomputer Control
490×1,050×200
280×1,100×566
17
24
dBA
47/43/39/36
48/45/41/39
dBA
63
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ12.7
φ18.0
3D050896
64
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ12.7
φ18.0
3D050881
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
A
W
%
mm
mm
mm
Model
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
Air Flow Rates
m³/min
(cfm)
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/M/L/SL
Sound
Sound Power H
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
Fan
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
A
W
%
mm
mm
mm
Conversion Formulae
kcal/h=kW×860
Btu/h=kW×3414
cfm=m³/min×35.3
20
Specifications
SiBE12-713
Specifications
Floor Standing Type
50Hz 230V
Model
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
Air Flow Rates
m³/min
(cfm)
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/M/L/SL
Sound
Sound Power H
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Piping Connection
Gas
Drain
Drawing No.
Fan
mm
mm
kg
kg
FVXS25FV1B
2.5kW Class
White
8.2 (290)
6.5 (229)
4.8 (169)
4.1 (146)
Turbo Fan
48
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.13
15
50.2
Microcomputer Control
600×700×210
696×786×286
14
18
FVXS35FV1B
3.5kW Class
White
8.5 (300)
6.7 (237)
4.9 (174)
4.5 (158)
Turbo Fan
48
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.13
15
50.2
Microcomputer Control
600×700×210
696×786×286
14
18
dBA
38/32/26/23
39/33/27/24
dBA
54
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ 20
3D056295
55
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ 20
3D056296
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
A
W
%
mm
mm
mm
Model
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
Air Flow Rates
m³/min
(cfm)
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/M/L/SL
Sound
Sound Power H
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Piping Connection
Gas
Drain
Drawing No.
Fan
mm
mm
kg
kg
FVXS50FV1B
5.0kW Class
White
10.7 (378)
9.2 (326)
7.8 (274)
6.6 (233)
Turbo Fan
48
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.17
27
69.1
Microcomputer Control
600×700×210
696×786×286
14
18
dBA
44/40/36/32
dBA
56
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ12.7
φ20.0
3D056297
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
A
W
%
mm
mm
mm
Conversion Formulae
kcal/h=kW×860
Btu/h=kW×3414
cfm=m³/min×35.3
Specifications
21
Specifications
SiBE12-713
Ceiling-suspended Type
50Hz 230V
Model
Rated Capacity
Color
Decoration
Panel
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Air Flow Rates
m³/min
(cfm)
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/L
Sound
Sound Power H/L
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
Fan
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
mm
mm
kg
kg
FHQ35BVV1B
3.5kW Class
White
—
13.0 (458)
—
10.0 (353)
—
Sirocco Fan
62
2 Steps
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
Microcomputer Control
195×960×680
279×1,046×818
24
31
FHQ50BVV1B
5.0kW Class
White
—
13.0 (458)
—
10.0 (353)
—
Sirocco Fan
62
2 Steps
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
Microcomputer Control
195×960×680
279×1,046×818
25
32
FHQ60BVV1B
6.0kW Class
White
—
17.0 (600)
—
13.0 (459)
—
Sirocco Fan
62
2 Steps
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
Microcomputer Control
195×1,160×680
279×1,246×818
27
35
dBA
37/32
38/33
39/33
dBA
53/48
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4 (Flare)
φ 9.5 (Flare)
VP20 (O.D.φ 26 / I.D.φ 20)
3D037992E
54/49
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4 (Flare)
φ12.7 (Flare)
VP20 (O.D.φ 26 / I.D.φ 20)
3D037992E
55/49
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4 (Flare)
φ12.7 (Flare)
VP20 (O.D.φ 26 / I.D.φ 20)
3D037992E
mm
mm
mm
Conversion Formulae
kcal/h=kW×860
Btu/h=kW×3414
cfm=m³/min×35.3
22
Specifications
SiBE12-713
1.2
Specifications
Outdoor Units - Cooling Only
50Hz 230V
Model
Cooling Capacity
Power Consumption
Running Current
Casing Color
Type
Compressor
Model
Motor Output
Model
Refrigerant Oil
Charge
Type
Refrigerant
Charge
4MKS75F2V1B
kW
W
A
Ivory White
Hermetically Sealed Swing Type
2YC45DXD
1,380
FVC50K
0.65
R-410A
2.3
52.7
49.4
43.5
1,861
1,744
1,536
Propeller
53
H: 0.20 / M: 0.16 / L: 0.10
H: 70 / M: 58 / L: 36
6.2
735×936×300
797×992×390
57
61
48
61
φ 6.4×4
φ 9.5×2, φ12.7×1, φ15.9×1
φ18.0
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
3 for Power Supply, 4 for Interunit Wiring
60 (for Total of Each Room)
25 (for One Room)
Chargeless
15 (between Indoor Unit and Outdoor Unit)
15 (between Indoor Units)
3D056453
W
L
m³/min
Air Flow Rates
cfm
Fan
—
—
—
Type
Motor Output
Running Current
Power Consumption
Starting Current
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation Sound
Sound Power
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Heat Insulation
No. of Wiring Connection
Max. Interunit Piping Length
Amount of Additional Charge
Max. Installation Height Difference
kg
H
M
L
H
M
L
W
A
W
A
mm
mm
kg
kg
dBA
dBA
mm
mm
mm
m
m
g/m
m
m
Drawing No.
Note:
1. The data are based on the conditions shown in the table below.
Cooling
Piping Length
Indoor ; 27°CDB/19°CWB
Outdoor ; 35°CDB
Specifications
Conversion Formulae
kcal/h=kW×860
Btu/h=kW×3414
cfm=m³/min×35.3
5m
23
Specifications
1.3
SiBE12-713
Indoor Units - Heat Pump
Wall Mounted Type
50Hz 230V
FTXG25EV1BW
Model
Cooling
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
Air Flow Rates
m³/min
(cfm)
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/M/L/SL
Sound
Sound Power H
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
A
W
%
mm
mm
kg
kg
7.7 (271)
6.1 (215)
4.7 (165)
3.8 (134)
9.0 (317)
7.9 (278)
6.7 (236)
5.4 (190)
Cross Flow Fan
40
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.15-0.14-0.13
0.15-0.14-0.13
30-30-30
30-30-30
90.9-93.2-96.2
90.9-93.2-96.2
Microcomputer Control
275×840×150
222×894×345
9
13
7.7 (271)
6.1 (215)
4.7 (165)
3.8 (134)
Cross Flow Fan
40
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.15-0.14-0.13
0.15-0.14-0.13
30-30-30
30-30-30
90.9-93.2-96.2
90.9-93.2-96.2
Microcomputer Control
275×840×150
222×894×345
9
13
38/32/25/22
38/33/28/25
38/32/25/22
38/33/28/25
56
56
56
56
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ18.0
3D051101
mm
mm
mm
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ18.0
3D051102
FTXG35EV1BW
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
FTXG35EV1BS
Heating
Cooling
3.5kW Class
Mat Crystal White
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/M/L/SL
Sound
Sound Power H
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
9.0 (317)
7.9 (278)
6.7 (236)
5.4 (190)
dBA
Cooling
m³/min
(cfm)
Heating
2.5kW Class
Mat Crystal Silver
dBA
Model
Fan
Cooling
2.5kW Class
Mat Crystal White
Fan
Air Flow Rates
FTXG25EV1BS
Heating
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
A
W
%
mm
mm
kg
kg
8.1 (285)
6.5 (229)
4.9 (173)
4.1 (144)
Heating
5.0kW Class
Mat Crystal Silver
9.6 (338)
8.2 (289)
6.7 (236)
5.9 (208)
Cross Flow Fan
40
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.15-0.14-0.13
0.15-0.14-0.13
30-30-30
30-30-30
90.9-93.2-96.2
90.9-93.2-96.2
Microcomputer Control
275×840×150
222×894×345
9
13
8.1 (285)
6.5 (229)
4.9 (173)
4.1 (144)
9.6 (338)
8.2 (289)
6.7 (236)
5.9 (208)
Cross Flow Fan
40
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.15-0.14-0.13
0.15-0.14-0.13
30-30-30
30-30-30
90.9-93.2-96.2
90.9-93.2-96.2
Microcomputer Control
275×840×150
222×894×345
9
13
dBA
39/33/26/23
39/34/29/26
39/33/26/23
39/34/29/26
dBA
57
57
57
57
mm
mm
mm
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ18.0
3D051103
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ12.7
φ18.0
3D051104
Conversion Formulae
kcal/h=kW×860
Btu/h=kW×3414
cfm=m³/min×35.3
24
Specifications
SiBE12-713
Specifications
50Hz 230V
CTXG50EV1BW
Model
Cooling
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
Air Flow Rates
m³/min
(cfm)
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/M/L/SL
Sound
Sound Power H
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
A
W
%
mm
mm
kg
kg
11.3 (398)
9.1 (320)
7.1 (250)
6.7 (236)
12.6 (444)
10.6 (373)
8.7 (306)
7.7 (271)
Cross Flow Fan
40
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.15-0.14-0.13
0.15-0.14-0.13
30
30
90.9-93.2-96.2
90.9-93.2-96.2
Microcomputer Control
275×840×150
222×894×345
9
13
11.3 (398)
9.1 (320)
7.1 (250)
6.7 (236)
Cross Flow Fan
40
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.15-0.14-0.13
0.15-0.14-0.13
30
30
90.9-93.2-96.2
90.9-93.2-96.2
Microcomputer Control
275×840×150
222×894×345
9
13
47/41/35/32
47/41/35/32
47/41/35/32
47/41/35/32
64
64
64
64
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 12.7
φ18.0
3D051105
mm
mm
mm
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 12.7
φ18.0
3D051106
FTXS20D3VMW
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
FTXS20D3VML
Heating
Cooling
2.0kW Class
White
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/L/SL
Sound
Sound Power H
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
12.6 (444)
10.6 (373)
8.7 (306)
7.7 (271)
dBA
Cooling
m³/min
(cfm)
Heating
5.0kW Class
Mat Crystal Silver
dBA
Model
Fan
Cooling
5.0kW Class
Mat Crystal White
Fan
Air Flow Rates
CTXG50EV1BS
Heating
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
A
W
%
mm
mm
kg
kg
8.7 (307)
6.7 (237)
4.7 (166)
3.9 (138)
Heating
2.0kW Class
Silver Line
9.4 (332)
7.6 (268)
5.8 (205)
5.0 (177)
Cross Flow Fan
40
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.16
0.16
35
35
95.1
95.1
Microcomputer Control
283×800×195
265×855×340
9
12
8.7 (307)
6.7 (237)
4.7 (166)
3.9 (138)
9.4 (332)
7.6 (268)
5.8 (205)
5.0 (177)
Cross Flow Fan
40
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.16
0.16
35
35
95.1
95.1
Microcomputer Control
283×800×195
265×855×340
9
12
dBA
38/25/22
38/28/25
38/25/22
38/28/25
dBA
56
56
56
56
mm
mm
mm
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ18.0
3D051085
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ18.0
3D051086
Conversion Formulae
kcal/h=kW×860
Btu/h=kW×3414
cfm=m³/min×35.3
Specifications
25
Specifications
SiBE12-713
50Hz 230V
FTXS25D3VMW
Model
Cooling
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
Air Flow Rates
m³/min
(cfm)
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/L/SL
Sound
Sound Power H
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
A
W
%
mm
mm
kg
kg
8.7 (307)
6.7 (237)
4.7 (166)
3.9 (138)
9.4 (332)
7.6 (268)
5.8 (205)
5.0 (177)
Cross Flow Fan
40
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.16
0.16
35
35
95.1
95.1
Microcomputer Control
283×800×195
265×855×340
9
12
8.7 (307)
6.7 (237)
4.7 (166)
3.9 (138)
Cross Flow Fan
40
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.16
0.16
35
35
95.1
95.1
Microcomputer Control
283×800×195
265×855×340
9
12
38/25/22
38/28/25
38/25/22
38/28/25
56
56
56
56
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ18.0
3D051087
mm
mm
mm
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ18.0
3D051088
FTXS35D3VMW
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
FTXS35D3VML
Heating
Cooling
3.5kW Class
White
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/L/SL
Sound
Sound Power H
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
9.4 (332)
7.6 (268)
5.8 (205)
5.0 (177)
dBA
Cooling
m³/min
(cfm)
Heating
2.5kW Class
Silver Line
dBA
Model
Fan
Cooling
2.5kW Class
White
Fan
Air Flow Rates
FTXS25D3VML
Heating
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
A
W
%
mm
mm
kg
kg
8.9 (314)
6.9 (244)
4.8 (169)
4.0 (141)
Heating
3.5kW Class
Silver Line
9.7 (342)
7.9 (279)
6.0 (212)
5.2 (184)
Cross Flow Fan
40
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.18
0.18
40
40
96.6
96.6
Microcomputer Control
283×800×195
265×855×340
9
12
8.9 (314)
6.9 (244)
4.8 (169)
4.0 (141)
9.7 (342)
7.9 (279)
6.0 (212)
5.2 (184)
Cross Flow Fan
40
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.18
0.18
40
40
96.6
96.6
Microcomputer Control
283×800×195
265×855×340
9
12
dBA
39/26/23
39/29/26
39/26/23
39/29/26
dBA
57
57
57
57
mm
mm
mm
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ18.0
3D051089
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ18.0
3D051090
Conversion Formulae
kcal/h=kW×860
Btu/h=kW×3414
cfm=m³/min×35.3
26
Specifications
SiBE12-713
Specifications
50Hz 230V
FTXS50D2V1W
Model
Cooling
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
Air Flow Rates
m³/min
(cfm)
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/M/L/SL
Sound
Sound Power H
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
A
W
%
mm
mm
kg
kg
11.4 (402)
9.3 (328)
7.1 (251)
6.2 (219)
11.4 (402)
9.4 (332)
7.4 (261)
6.3 (222)
Cross Flow Fan
40
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.21
0.21
48
48
99.4
99.4
Microcomputer Control
283×800×195
265×855×340
9
12
11.4 (402)
9.3 (328)
7.1 (251)
6.2 (219)
Cross Flow Fan
40
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.21
0.21
48
48
99.4
99.4
Microcomputer Control
283×800×195
265×855×340
9
12
46/41/35/32
46/40/34/31
46/41/35/32
46/40/34/31
62
62
62
62
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ12.7
φ18.0
3D051814
mm
mm
mm
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ15.9
φ18.0
3D051815
FTXS20CAVMB
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
FTXS25CAVMB
Heating
Cooling
2.5kW Class
White
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/M/L/SL
Sound
Sound Power H
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
11.4 (402)
9.4 (332)
7.4 (261)
6.3 (222)
dBA
Cooling
m³/min
(cfm)
Heating
5.0kW Class
White
dBA
Model
Fan
Cooling
5.0kW Class
White
Fan
Air Flow Rates
FTXS50D2V1L
Heating
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
A
W
%
mm
mm
kg
kg
7.7 (272)
5.9 (208)
4.2 (148)
3.6 (127)
Heating
2.5kW Class
White
7.8 (275)
6.5 (230)
5.3 (187)
4.6 (162)
Cross Flow Fan
18
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.18
0.18
40
40
96.6
96.6
Microcomputer Control
273×784×195
258×834×325
7.5
11
7.7 (272)
5.9 (208)
4.2 (148)
3.6 (127)
7.8 (275)
6.5 (230)
5.3 (187)
4.6 (162)
Cross Flow Fan
18
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.18
0.18
40
40
96.6
96.6
Microcomputer Control
273×784×195
258×834×325
7.5
11
dBA
38/32/25/22
38/33/28/25
38/32/25/22
38/33/28/25
dBA
56
56
56
56
mm
mm
mm
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ18.0
3D050941
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ18.0
3D050943
Conversion Formulae
kcal/h=kW×860
Btu/h=kW×3414
cfm=m³/min×35.3
Specifications
27
Specifications
SiBE12-713
50Hz 230V
FTXS35CAVMB
Model
Cooling
Heating
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
Air Flow Rates
3.5kW Class
White
m³/min
(cfm)
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/M/L/SL
Sound
Sound Power H
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
Fan
H
M
L
SL
7.7 (272)
6.0 (212)
4.4 (155)
3.8 (134)
Cross Flow Fan
18
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
W
Steps
A
W
%
0.18
40
96.6
Microcomputer Control
273×784×195
258×834×325
7.5
11
dBA
39/33/26/23
dBA
57
39/34/29/26
57
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ18.0
3D050945
mm
mm
mm
FTXS50FV1B
Cooling
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
FTXS60FV1B
Heating
Cooling
5.0kW Class
White
m³/min
(cfm)
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/M/L/SL
Sound
Sound Power H
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
Fan
0.18
40
96.6
mm
mm
kg
kg
Model
Air Flow Rates
8.1 (286)
6.7 (237)
5.3 (187)
4.6 (162)
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
A
W
%
mm
mm
kg
kg
14.7 (519)
12.4 (438)
10.3 (364)
9.5 (335)
Heating
6.0kW Class
White
16.1 (569)
13.9 (491)
11.5 (406)
10.2 (360)
Cross Flow Fan
43
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.15
0.16
34
36
98.6
97.8
Microcomputer Control
290×1,050×238
337×1,147×366
12
17
16.2 (572)
13.6 (480)
11.4 (403)
10.2 (360)
17.4 (614)
15.1 (533)
12.7 (448)
11.4 (403)
Cross Flow Fan
43
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.18
0.20
40
45
96.6
97.8
Microcomputer Control
290×1,050×238
337×1,147×366
12
17
dBA
43/39/34/31
42/38/33/30
45/41/36/33
44/40/35/32
dBA
59
58
61
60
mm
mm
mm
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ12.7
φ18.0
3D056019
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ12.7
φ18.0
3D056020
Conversion Formulae
kcal/h=kW×860
Btu/h=kW×3414
cfm=m³/min×35.3
28
Specifications
SiBE12-713
Specifications
50Hz 230V
FTXS71FV1B
Model
Cooling
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
Air Flow Rates
m³/min
(cfm)
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/M/L/SL
Sound
Sound Power H
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
Fan
Heating
7.1kW Class
White
H
M
L
SL
17.4 (614)
14.6 (516)
11.6 (410)
10.6 (374)
Cross Flow Fan
43
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
W
Steps
A
W
%
0.20
45
97.8
0.27
60
96.6
Microcomputer Control
290×1,050×238
337×1,147×366
12
17
mm
mm
kg
kg
dBA
46/42/37/34
dBA
62
mm
mm
mm
19.7 (696)
16.9 (597)
14.3 (505)
12.7 (448)
46/42/37/34
62
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ15.9
φ18.0
3D056021
Conversion Formulae
kcal/h=kW×860
Btu/h=kW×3414
cfm=m³/min×35.3
Specifications
29
Specifications
SiBE12-713
Duct Connected Type
50Hz 230V
FDXS25CAVMB
Model
Cooling
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
m³/min
(cfm)
Type
Motor Output
Speed
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
A
W
%
mm
mm
kg
kg
dBA
Pa
mm
mm
mm
9.5 (335)
8.8 (311)
8.0 (282)
6.7 (237)
—
9.5 (335)
8.8 (311)
8.0 (282)
6.7 (237)
Sirocco Fan
62
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.47
0.47
100
100
92.5
92.5
Microcomputer Control
200×900×620
266×1,106×751
25
31
35/33/31/29
35/33/31/29
40
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
VP20 (O.D. φ 26 / I.D. φ 20)
3D048945C
10.0 (353)
9.3 (328)
8.5 (300)
7.0 (247)
Cooling
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
10.0 (353)
9.3 (328)
8.5 (300)
7.0 (247)
Sirocco Fan
62
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.47
0.47
100
100
92.5
92.5
Microcomputer Control
200×900×620
266×1,106×751
25
31
35/33/31/29
35/33/31/29
40
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
VP20 (O.D. φ 26 / I.D. φ 20)
3D048946C
FDXS50CVMB
Model
FDXS60CVMB
Heating
Cooling
5.0kW Class
m³/min
(cfm)
Type
Motor Output
Speed
W
Steps
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/M/L/SL
Sound
External Static Pressure
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
Note:
H
M
L
SL
A
W
%
mm
mm
kg
kg
dBA
Pa
mm
mm
mm
12.0 (424)
11.0 (388)
10.0 (353)
8.4 (297)
—
12.0 (424)
11.0 (388)
10.0 (353)
8.4 (297)
Sirocco Fan
130
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.64
0.64
140
140
95.1
95.1
Microcomputer Control
200×900×620
266×1,106×751
27
34
37/35/33/31
Heating
6.0kW Class
—
Air Flow Rates
30
Heating
3.5kW Class
—
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/M/L/SL
Sound
External Static Pressure
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
Fan
Cooling
2.5kW Class
Air Flow Rates
Fan
FDXS35CAVMB
Heating
37/35/33/31
40
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ12.7
VP20 (O.D. φ 26 / I.D. φ 20)
3D052132
16.0 (565)
14.8 (523)
13.5 (477)
11.2 (395)
16.0 (565)
14.8 (523)
13.5 (477)
11.2 (395)
Sirocco Fan
130
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.74
0.74
160
160
94.0
94.0
Microcomputer Control
200×1,100×620
266×1,306×751
30
37
38/36/34/32
38/36/34/32
40
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ12.7
VP20 (O.D. φ 26 / I.D. φ 20)
3D052133
1. The operating sound is based on the rear side suction inlet and the external static pressure 40 Pa.
Operating sound for under side suction inlet : [operating sound for rear side suction inlet] +5 dB.
However, when installation to which the external static pressure becomes low is carried out,
5 dB or more may go up.
Conversion Formulae
kcal/h=kW×860
Btu/h=kW×3414
cfm=m³/min×35.3
Specifications
SiBE12-713
Specifications
50Hz 230V
FDXS25EAVMB
Model
Cooling
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
Type
Motor Output
Speed
W
Steps
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/M/L/SL
Sound
External Static Pressure
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
Note:
H
M
L
SL
A
W
%
mm
mm
kg
kg
dBA
Pa
mm
mm
mm
8.7 (307)
8.0 (282)
7.3 (258)
6.2 (219)
—
8.7 (307)
8.0 (282)
7.3 (258)
6.2 (219)
Sirocco Fan
62
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.48
0.48
71
71
64.3
64.3
Microcomputer Control
200×700×620
274×906×751
21
29
35/33/31/29
Heating
3.5kW Class
—
m³/min
(cfm)
Specifications
Cooling
2.5kW Class
Air Flow Rates
Fan
FDXS35EAVMB
Heating
35/33/31/29
30
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
VP20 (O.D. φ 26 / I.D. φ 20)
3D051881A
8.7 (307)
8.0 (282)
7.3 (258)
6.2 (219)
8.7 (307)
8.0 (282)
7.3 (258)
6.2 (219)
Sirocco Fan
62
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.48
0.48
71
71
64.3
64.3
Microcomputer Control
200×700×620
274×906×751
21
29
35/33/31/29
35/33/31/29
30
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
VP20 (O.D. φ 26 / I.D. φ 20)
3D051883A
1. The operating sound is based on the rear side suction inlet and the external static pressure 30 Pa.
Operating sound for under side suction inlet : [operating sound for rear side suction inlet] +6 dB.
However, when installation to which the external static pressure becomes low is carried out,
6 dB or more may go up.
Conversion Formulae
kcal/h=kW×860
Btu/h=kW×3414
cfm=m³/min×35.3
31
Specifications
SiBE12-713
Floor / Ceiling Suspended Dual Type
50Hz 230V
FLXS25BAVMB
Model
Cooling
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
Air Flow Rates
m³/min
(cfm)
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/M/L/SL
Sound
Sound Power H
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
A
W
%
mm
mm
kg
kg
7.6 (268)
6.8 (240)
6.0 (212)
5.2 (184)
9.2 (325)
8.3 (293)
7.4 (261)
6.6 (233)
Sirocco Fan
34
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.32
0.34
70
74
95.1
94.6
Microcomputer Control
490×1,050×200
566×1,100×280
16
22
8.6 (304)
7.6 (268)
6.6 (233)
5.6 (198)
Sirocco Fan
34
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.36
0.36
78
78
94.2
94.2
Microcomputer Control
490×1,050×200
566×1,100×280
16
22
37/34/31/28
37/34/31/29
38/35/32/29
39/36/33/30
53
—
54
—
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ18.0
3D050866
mm
mm
mm
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ18.0
3D050868
FLXS50BAVMB
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
FLXS60BAVMB
Heating
Cooling
5.0kW Class
Almond White
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/M/L/SL
Sound
Sound Power H
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
9.8 (346)
8.9 (314)
8.0 (282)
7.2 (254)
dBA
Cooling
m³/min
(cfm)
Heating
3.5kW Class
Almond White
dBA
Model
Fan
Cooling
2.5kW Class
Almond White
Fan
Air Flow Rates
FLXS35BAVMB
Heating
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
A
W
%
mm
mm
kg
kg
11.4 (402)
10.0 (353)
8.5 (300)
7.5 (265)
Heating
6.0kW Class
Almond White
12.1 (427)
9.8 (346)
7.5 (265)
6.8 (240)
Sirocco Fan
34
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.45
0.45
96
96
92.8
92.8
Microcomputer Control
490×1,050×200
280×1,100×566
17
24
12.0 (424)
10.7 (378)
9.3 (328)
8.3 (293)
12.8 (452)
10.6 (374)
8.4 (297)
7.5 (265)
Sirocco Fan
34
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.47
0.45
98
96
90.7
92.8
Microcomputer Control
490×1,050×200
280×1,100×566
17
24
dBA
47/43/39/36
46/41/35/33
48/45/41/39
47/42/37/34
dBA
63
32
64
63
mm
mm
mm
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ12.7
φ18.0
3D050897
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ12.7
φ18.0
3D050882
Conversion Formulae
kcal/h=kW×860
Btu/h=kW×3414
cfm=m³/min×35.3
32
Specifications
SiBE12-713
Specifications
Floor Standing Type
50Hz 230V
FVXS25FV1B
Model
Cooling
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
Air Flow Rates
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/M/L/SL
Sound
Sound Power H
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
Fan
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
A
W
%
8.2 (290)
6.5 (229)
4.8 (169)
4.1 (146)
Heating
3.5kW Class
White
8.8 (311)
6.9 (244)
5.0 (178)
4.4 (155)
8.5 (300)
6.7 (237)
4.9 (174)
4.5 (158)
Turbo Fan
48
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.13
0.14
15
17
50.2
52.8
Microcomputer Control
600×700×210
696×786×286
14
18
9.4 (332)
7.3 (258)
5.2 (184)
4.7 (168)
Turbo Fan
48
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
0.13
0.14
15
17
50.2
52.8
Microcomputer Control
600×700×210
696×786×286
14
18
mm
mm
kg
kg
dBA
38/32/26/23
38/32/26/23
39/33/27/24
39/33/27/24
dBA
54
54
55
55
mm
mm
mm
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ 20.0
3D056274
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ 9.5
φ 20.0
3D056275
FVXS50FV1B
Model
Cooling
Rated Capacity
Front Panel Color
Heating
5.0kW Class
White
m³/min
(cfm)
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Running Current (Rated)
Power Consumption (Rated)
Power Factor
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/M/L/SL
Sound
Sound Power H
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
Fan
Cooling
2.5kW Class
White
m³/min
(cfm)
Air Flow Rates
FVXS35FV1B
Heating
H
M
L
SL
10.7 (378)
9.2 (326)
7.8 (274)
6.6 (233)
Turbo Fan
48
5 Steps, Quiet, Auto
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
W
Steps
A
W
%
0.17
27
69.1
0.19
34
77.8
Microcomputer Control
600×700×210
696×786×286
14
18
mm
mm
kg
kg
dBA
44/40/36/32
dBA
56
mm
mm
mm
11.8 (417)
10.1 (358)
8.5 (300)
7.1 (250)
45/40/36/32
57
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4
φ12.7
φ20.0
3D056276
Conversion Formulae
kcal/h=kW×860
Btu/h=kW×3414
cfm=m³/min×35.3
Specifications
33
Specifications
SiBE12-713
Ceiling-suspended Type
50Hz 230V
Model
Rated Capacity
Color
Decoration
Panel
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Air Flow Rates
m³/min
(cfm)
Type
Motor Output
Speed
Air Direction Control
Air Filter
Temperature Control
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation
H/L
Sound
Sound Power H/L
Heat Insulation
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Drawing No.
Fan
H
M
L
SL
W
Steps
mm
mm
kg
kg
FHQ35BVV1B
Cooling
Heating
3.5kW Class
White
—
13.0 (458)
13.0 (458)
—
10.0 (353)
10.0 (353)
—
Sirocco Fan
62
2 Steps
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
Microcomputer Control
195×960×680
279×1,046×818
24
31
FHQ50BVV1B
Cooling
Heating
5.0kW Class
White
—
13.0 (458)
13.0 (458)
—
10.0 (353)
10.0 (353)
—
Sirocco Fan
62
2 Steps
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
Microcomputer Control
195×960×680
279×1,046×818
25
32
FHQ60BVV1B
Cooling
Heating
6.0kW Class
White
—
17.0 (600)
16.0 (565)
—
13.0 (459)
13.0 (459)
—
Sirocco Fan
62
2 Steps
Right, Left, Horizontal, Downward
Removable-Washable-Mildew Proof
Microcomputer Control
195×1,160×680
279×1,246×818
27
35
dBA
37/32
38/33
39/33
dBA
53/48
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4 (Flare)
φ 9.5 (Flare)
VP20 (O.D.φ 26 / I.D.φ 20)
3D037992E
54/49
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4 (Flare)
φ12.7 (Flare)
VP20 (O.D.φ 26 / I.D.φ 20)
3D037992E
55/49
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
φ 6.4 (Flare)
φ12.7 (Flare)
VP20 (O.D.φ 26 / I.D.φ 20)
3D037992E
mm
mm
mm
Conversion Formulae
kcal/h=kW×860
Btu/h=kW×3414
cfm=m³/min×35.3
34
Specifications
SiBE12-713
1.4
Specifications
Outdoor Units - Heat Pump
50Hz 230V
4MXS68F2V1B
Model
Cooling
Cooling Capacity
Power Consumption
Running Current
Casing Color
Type
Compressor
Model
Motor Output
Model
Refrigerant Oil
Charge
Type
Refrigerant
Charge
L
Air Flow Rates
cfm
Type
Motor Output
Running Current
Power Consumption
Starting Current
Dimensions (H×W×D)
Packaged Dimensions (H×W×D)
Weight
Gross Weight
Operation Sound
Sound Power
Liquid
Gas
Piping Connection
Drain
Heat Insulation
No. of Wiring Connection
Max. Interunit Piping Length
Amount of Additional Charge
Max. Installation Height Difference
kg
H
M
L
H
M
L
W
A
W
A
mm
mm
kg
kg
dBA
dBA
mm
mm
mm
m
m
g/m
m
m
Drawing No.
Note:
52.7
49.4
43.5
1,861
1,744
1,536
46.4
44.5
16.3
1,638
1,571
576
Propeller
53
H: 0.20 / M: 0.16 / L: 0.10
H: 70 / M: 58 / L: 36
H: 0.16 / M: 0.14 / L: 0.03
H: 55 / M: 48 / L: 10
6.2
735×936×300
797×992×390
58
63
48
61
49
φ 6.4×4
φ9.5×2, φ12.7×2
φ18.0
—
Both Liquid and Gas Pipes
3 for Power Supply, 4 for Interunit Wiring
60 (for Total of Each Room)
25 (for One Room)
20 (30m or more)
15 (between Indoor Unit and Outdoor Unit)
7.5 (between Indoor Units)
3D056404
1. The data are based on the conditions shown in the table below.
Cooling
Heating
Indoor ; 27°CDB/19°CWB
Outdoor ; 35°CDB
Specifications
Ivory White
Hermetically Sealed Swing Type
2YC45DXD
1,380
FVC50K
0.65
R-410A
2.6
W
m³/min
Fan
Heating
—
—
—
kW
W
A
Indoor ; 20°CDB
Outdoor ; 7°CDB/6°CWB
Conversion Formulae
Piping Length
5m
kcal/h=kW×860
Btu/h=kW×3414
cfm=m³/min×35.3
35
Specifications
36
SiBE12-713
Specifications
SiBE12-713
Part 3
Printed Circuit Board
Connector Wiring Diagram
1. Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram..................................38
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
Wall Mounted Type ................................................................................38
Duct Connected Type.............................................................................47
Floor / Ceiling Suspended Dual Type.....................................................49
Floor Standing Type ...............................................................................52
Ceiling Suspended Type ........................................................................54
Outdoor Units .........................................................................................56
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
37
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
SiBE12-713
1. Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
1.1
Wall Mounted Type
1.1.1
FTK(X)S20~50D
Connectors
PCB(1) (Control PCB)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
S1
S6
S21
S26
S28
S32
S35
Connector for DC fan motor
Connector for swing motor (horizontal blades)
Connector for centralized control (HA)
Connector for display PCB
Connector for signal receiver PCB
Connector for heat exchanger thermistor
Connector for INTELLIGENT EYE sensor PCB
PCB(2) (Signal Receiver PCB)
1) S29
Connector for control PCB
PCB(3) (Display PCB)
1) S27
Connector for control PCB
PCB(4) (INTELLIGENT EYE sensor PCB)
1) S36
Note:
Connector for control PCB
Other designations
PCB(1) (Control PCB)
1) V1
2) JA
JB
JC
3) LED A
4) FU1
Varistor
Address setting jumper
Fan speed setting when compressor is OFF on thermostat
Power failure recovery function (auto-restart)
∗ Refer to page 321 for detail.
LED for service monitor (green)
Fuse (3.15A)
PCB(3) (Display PCB)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
38
SW1 (S1W)
LED1
LED2
LED3
RTH1 (R1T)
Forced operation ON / OFF switch
LED for operation (green)
LED for timer (yellow)
LED for INTELLIGENT EYE (green)
Room temperature thermistor
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
SiBE12-713
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
PCB Detail
PCB(1): Control PCB
V1
S1
FU1
S6
S21
S35
LED A
JA
JB JC
S32
S28
S26
(R4288)
PCB(2): Signal Receiver PCB
PCB(3): Display PCB
S27
SW1
S29
LED1 LED2
(R5183)
LED3
RTH1
(R4290)
PCB(4): INTELLIGENT EYE sensor PCB
S36
(R4291)
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
39
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
SiBE12-713
1.1.2 FTK(X)S20~35C
Connectors
PCB(1) (Control PCB)
PCB(2) (Signal Receiver PCB)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
S1
S6
S7
S21
S26
S27
S32
S35
Connector for fan motor
Connector for swing motor (Horizontal Flap)
Connector for fan motor
Connector for centralized control to 5 rooms
Connector for signal receiver PCB
Connector for control PCB
Connector for heat exchanger thermistor
Connector for INTELLIGENT EYE Sensor PCB
PCB(3) (INTELLIGENT EYE sensor PCB)
1) S36
Note:
Other designations
PCB(1) (Control PCB)
PCB(2) (Signal Receiver PCB)
1) V1
2) JA
JB
JC
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
40
Connector for control PCB
SW7
LED1
LED2
LED3
LED A
FU1
RTH1
Varistor
Address setting jumper
Fan speed setting when compressor is OFF on thermostat
Power failure recovery function
∗ Refer to page 321 for more detail.
Forced operation ON/OFF switch
LED for operation (green)
LED for timer (yellow)
LED for HOME LEAVE operation (red)
LED for service monitor (green)
Fuse (3.15A)
Room temperature thermistor
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
SiBE12-713
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
PCB
PCB(1) Control
SW7
S1
PCB (2)
Signal reciever
5V Check
V1
5V
S27
S7
JP21
JA
JB
JC
PCB (3)
Intelligent eye
sensor
12V Check
12V
GND
S21
S6
GND
S35
JA
JB
JC
S32
S26
(R2413)
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
41
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
PCB Detail
SiBE12-713
PCB(1): Control PCB
PCB(2): Signal Receiver PCB
V1
Control PCB
Fu1
S1
Signal Receiver PCB
SW7
LED1
LED2
LED3
RTH1
S27
5V Check
S7
12V Check
S21
S6
GND
S35
LED A
JA
JB
JC
S32
S26
(R4987)
PCB(3): INTELLIGENT EYE sensor PCB
S36
(R4988)
42
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
SiBE12-713
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
1.1.3 FTK(X)S50~71F
Connectors
PCB(1) (Control PCB)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
S1
S6
S8
S21
S26
S28
S32
S35
Connector for DC fan motor
Connector for swing motor (horizontal blades)
Connector for swing motor (vertical blades)
Connector for centralized control (HA)
Connector for buzzer PCB
Connector for signal receiver PCB
Connector for heat exchanger thermistor
Connector for Intelligent Eye sensor PCB
PCB(2) (Signal Receiver PCB)
1) S29
Connector for control PCB
PCB(3) (Buzzer PCB)
1) S27
2) S38
Connector for control PCB
Connector for display PCB
PCB(4) (Display PCB)
1) S37
Connector for buzzer PCB
PCB(5) (INTELLIGENT EYE sensor PCB)
1) S36
Note:
Connector for control PCB
Other designations
PCB(1) (Control PCB)
1) V1
2) JA
JB
JC
3) LED A
4) FU1
Varistor
Address setting jumper
Fan speed setting when compressor is OFF on thermostat
Power failure recovery function
∗ Refer to page 321 for detail.
LED A for service monitor (green)
Fuse (3.15A)
PCB(2) (Signal Receiver PCB)
1) SW1 (S1W)
Forced operation ON/OFF switch
PCB(3) (Buzzer PCB)
1) RTH1 (R1T)
Room temperature thermistor
PCB(4) (Display PCB)
4) LED1
5) LED2
6) LED3
LED for operation (green)
LED for timer (yellow)
LED for HOME LEAVE operation (red)
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
43
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
PCB Detail
SiBE12-713
PCB(1): Control PCB (indoor unit)
S1
V1
FU1
S21
S6
S8
S35
LED A
JA
JB JC
PCB(2): Signal Receiver PCB
S32 S28
S26
(R2860)
PCB(3): Buzzer PCB
S27
SW1
S38
S29
(R2861)
RTH1
PCB(4): Display PCB
LED1
LED2
(R2862)
PCB(5): Intelligent Eye sensor PCB
LED3
S37
(R2863)
S36
(R2864)
44
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
SiBE12-713
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
1.1.4 FTXG25~35E, CTXG50E
Connectors
PCB(1) (Control PCB)
1)
2)
3)
4)
S1
S21
S32
S36
5)
6)
7)
8)
S41
S46
S49
S51
Connector for fan motor
Connector for centralized control (HA)
Connector for heat exchanger thermistor
Connector for INTELLIGENT EYE sensor PCB and control
PCB
Connector for swing motor
Connector for signal receiver PCB
Connector for reduction motor (front panel mechanism)
Connector for front panel limit switch
PCB(2) (Signal Receiver PCB)
1) S47
Connector for control PCB
PCB(3) (INTELLIGENT EYE sensor PCB)
1) S36
Note:
Connector for control PCB
Other designations
PCB(1) (Control PCB)
1) V1
2) JA
JB
JC
3) FU1
4) LED A
Varistor
Address setting jumper
Fan speed setting when compressor is OFF on thermostat
Power failure recovery function (auto-restart)
∗ Refer to page 321 for detail.
Fuse (3.15A)
LED for service monitor (green)
PCB(2) (Signal Receiver PCB)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
SW1
LED2
LED3
LED4
RTH1
Forced operation ON / OFF switch
LED for INTELLIGENT EYE (green)
LED for timer (yellow)
LED for operation (green)
Room temperature thermistor
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
45
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
PCB Detail
SiBE12-713
PCB(1): Control PCB (indoor unit)
S1
S49
S41
S51
JB
JA JC
LED A
V1
S21
FU1
S46
S36
S32
(R4991)
PCB(2): Signal Receiver PCB
S47
RTH1
SW1
LED4
LED2
LED3
(R4992)
PCB(3): INTELLIGENT EYE sensor PCB
S36
(R4988)
46
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
SiBE12-713
1.2
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
Duct Connected Type
Connectors
PCB(1) (Control PCB)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
S1
S7
S21
S26
S32
Connector for AC fan motor
Connector for AC fan motor
Connector for centralized control to 5 rooms
Connector for display PCB
Connector for heat exchanger thermistor
PCB(2) (Display PCB)
1) S1
Note:
Connector for control PCB
Other designations
PCB(1) (Control PCB)
1) V1
2) JA
JB
JC
3) LED A
4) FU1
Varistor
Address setting jumper
Fan speed setting when compressor is OFF on thermostat
Power failure recovery function
∗ Refer to page 321 for more detail.
LED for service monitor (green)
Fuse (3.15A)
PCB(2) (Display PCB)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
PCB Detail
SW1 (S1W)
LED1
LED2
LED3
RTH1 (R1T)
Forced operation ON/OFF switch
LED for operation (green)
LED for timer (yellow)
LED for HOME LEAVE operation (red)
Room temperature thermistor
PCB (1): Control PCB
FU1
S1
V1
S7
S21
S26
LED A JA
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
JB JC
S32
2P131149
47
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
PCB Detail
SiBE12-713
PCB (2): Display PCB
PbF
WLU
C3
C2
C1
2P084375
48
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
SiBE12-713
1.3
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
Floor / Ceiling Suspended Dual Type
Connectors
PCB(1) (Control PCB)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
S6
S7
S21
S24
S26
S32
S37
Connector for swing motor (horizontal swing)
Connector for AC fan motor
Connector for centralized control
Connector for display PCB
Connector for signal receiver PCB
Connector for heat exchanger thermistor
Connector for power supply PCB
PCB(2) (Power Supply PCB)
1) S36
Connector for control PCB
PCB(3) (Display PCB)
1) S25
Connector for control PCB
PCB(4) (Signal Receiver PCB)
1) S27
2) S31
Note:
Connector for control PCB
Connector for room temperature thermistor
Other designations
PCB(1) (Control PCB)
1) JA
JB
JC
2) SW2
3) LED A
Address setting jumper
Fan speed setting when compressor is OFF on thermostat
Power failure recovery function
∗ Refer to page 321 for detail.
Select switch ceiling or floor
LED for service monitor (green)
PCB(2) (Power Supply PCB)
1) V1
1) FU1
Varistor
Fuse (3.15A)
PCB(3) (Display PCB)
1) LED1
2) LED2
3) LED3
LED for operation (green)
LED for timer (yellow)
LED for HOME LEAVE operation (red)
PCB(4) (Signal Receiver PCB)
1) SW1 (S1W)
Forced operation ON/OFF switch
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
49
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
PCB Detail
PCB (1): Control PCB
PCB Detail
PCB (2): Power Supply PCB
50
SiBE12-713
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
SiBE12-713
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
PCB (3): Display PCB
PCB (4): Signal Receiver PCB
SW1
EX511 REV 12
PbF
SW1
S27
C1
C2
3
S27
RTH
I
PHOTO
2P084377- 1
S31(RTH)
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
WLU C3
(R6057)
51
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
1.4
SiBE12-713
Floor Standing Type
Connectors
PCB(1) (Sensor PCB)
1) S49
Connector for control PCB
PCB(2) (Control PCB)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
S1
S21
S26
S41
S42
S46
S48
Connector for fan motor
Connector for centralized control
Connector for service PCB
Connector for lower air outlet motor
Connector for swing motor
Connector for display PCB
Connector for sensor PCB
PCB(3) (Service PCB)
1) S27
Connector for control PCB
PCB(4) (Display PCB)
1) S47
Note:
Connector for control PCB
Other Designations
PCB(2) (Control PCB)
1) V1
2) JA
JB
JC
3) FU1
4) LED A
Varistor
Address setting jumper
Fan speed setting when compressor is OFF on thermostat
Power failure recovery function
∗ Refer to page 321 for detail.
Fuse (3.15A)
LED for service monitor (green)
PCB(3) (Service PCB)
1) SW2
2) SW4
Changing upward air flow limit switch
Discharge changeover switch
PCB(4) (Display PCB)
1) SW1 (S1W)
2) LED1
3) LED2
52
Forced operation ON/OFF switch
LED for operation (green)
LED for timer (yellow)
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
SiBE12-713
PCB Detail
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
PCB(1): Sensor PCB
S49
3P191450
PCB(2): Control PCB
JB
JA
JC
V1
FU1
S48
S46
S1
LED A
S21
S41
S42
S26
2P191446
PCB(3): Service PCB
PCB(3): Display PCB
SW4
S27
LED1
LED2
SW1
S47
3P191447
SW2
3P191448
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
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Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
1.5
SiBE12-713
Ceiling Suspended Type
Connectors
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
12)
13)
14)
15)
Note:
54
X5A
X14A
X15A
X17A
X18A
X19A
X20A, X26A
X24A
X25A
X27A
X29A
X33A
X35A
X40A
X60A, X61A
Connector for Terminal Strip (for Wired Remote Controller)
Connector for Limit Switch (for Swing Flap)
Connector for Drain Pump (Optional Accessory)
Connector for Heat Exchanger Thermistor (2)
Connector for Heat Exchanger Thermistor (1)
Connector for Room Temperature Thermistor
Connector for Fan Motor
Connector for Wireless Remote Controller Receiver Unit
Connector for Drain Pump Motor (Optional Accessory)
Connector for Terminal Strip (for Inter Unit Wiring)
Connector for Swing Motor
Connector for Wring Adaptor PCB (Optional Accessory)
Connector for Group Control Adaptor (Optional Accessory)
Connector for ON/OFF Input from Outside (for Optional Accessory)
Connector for Interface Adaptor (Optional Accessory)
Other Designation
1) HAP
Service Monitor LED
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
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Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
PCB Detail
X19A
X18A
Capacity setting
adaptor
X40A
X15A
X14A
X17A
X61A
X35A
X60A
X33A
X5A
HAP
(Service
monitor
LED)
X24A
X26A
X25A
X27A
EC0606(A)
X29A
X20A
2P095007
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
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Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
1.6
SiBE12-713
Outdoor Units
Connectors
PCB(1)(Main PCB)
1) S10
2) S15
3) S20
4) S21
5) S22
6) S23
7) S40
8) S51, S101
9) S70
10) S80
11) S90
12) S92
13) S93
14) AC1, AC2
15) HR1, HR2
Connector for terminal strip (indoor-outdoor transmission)
Connector for COOL / HEAT mode lock
Connector for electronic expansion valve coil A port (white)
Connector for electronic expansion valve coil B port (red)
Connector for electronic expansion valve coil C port (blue)
Connector for electronic expansion valve coil D port (yellow)
Connector for overload protector
Connector for service monitor PCB
Connector for fan motor
Connector for four way valve coil
Connector for thermistors
(outdoor air, heat exchanger, and discharge pipe)
Connector for gas pipe thermistor
Connector for liquid pipe thermistor
Connector for terminal strip (power supply)
Connector for reactor
PCB(2)(Service Monitor PCB)
1) S52, S102
Note:
Connector for control PCB
Other Designations
PCB(1)(Main PCB)
1) FU1
2) FU2, FU3
3) V2, V3, V5
V9, V100
Fuse (30A)
Fuse (3.15A)
Varistor
PCB(2)(Service Monitor PCB)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
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LED A
LED1 - LED4
SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4
SW5
Service monitor LED (green)
Service monitor LED (red)
Forced operation ON/OFF switch
Operation mode switch
Wiring error check switch
Priorily room setting switch
Night quiet mode setting switch
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
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Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
PCB Detail
PCB(1): Main PCB
AC1
FU2(3.15A)
V3
V100
FU1
(30A)
HR1
V2
V9
HR2
AC2
S10
S15
S101
V5
S80
S93
S23
S20
S22
S21
S70
S40
S90
S92
FU3(3.15A)
2P194316
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
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Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
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PCB(2): Service Monitor PCB
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Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram
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Part 4
Function and Control
1. Main Functions......................................................................................60
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
1.11
1.12
1.13
Frequency Principle................................................................................60
Power-Airflow Dual Flaps, Wide Angle Louvers and Auto-Swing ..........62
Operation Starting Control......................................................................64
Fan Speed Control for Indoor Units........................................................65
Programme Dry Function .......................................................................66
Automatic Operation...............................................................................67
Thermostat Control.................................................................................68
Night Set Mode.......................................................................................69
ECONO Mode ........................................................................................70
INTELLIGENT EYE (Wall Mounted Type only) ......................................71
HOME LEAVE Operation .......................................................................73
Inverter POWERFUL Operation .............................................................74
Other Functions......................................................................................75
2. Function of Main Structural Parts..........................................................77
2.1 Main Structural Parts..............................................................................77
2.2 Function of Thermistor ...........................................................................78
3. Control Specification .............................................................................82
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
3.11
3.12
3.13
3.14
3.15
Function and Control
Mode Hierarchy ......................................................................................82
Frequency Control..................................................................................83
Controls at Mode Changing / Start-up....................................................86
Discharge Pipe Control ..........................................................................88
Input Current Control..............................................................................88
Freeze-up Protection Control .................................................................89
Heating Peak-cut Control .......................................................................89
Fan Control.............................................................................................90
Liquid Compression Protection Function 2.............................................90
Defrost Control .......................................................................................91
Electronic Expansion Valve Control .......................................................92
Malfunctions ...........................................................................................96
Forced Operation Mode .........................................................................97
Wiring-Error Check.................................................................................98
Additional Function...............................................................................100
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1. Main Functions
Note:
1.1
See the list of functions for the functions applicable to different models.
Frequency Principle
Main Control
Parameters
The compressor is frequency-controlled during normal operation. The target frequency is set by
the following 2 parameters coming from the operating indoor unit:
„ The load condition of the operating indoor unit
„ The difference between the room temperature and the set temperature
Additional
Control
Parameters
The target frequency is adapted by additional parameters in the following cases:
„ Frequency restrictions
„ Initial settings
„ Forced cooling / heating operation
Inverter Principle
To regulate the capacity, a frequency control is needed. The inverter makes it possible to vary
the rotation speed of the compressor. The following table explains the conversion principle:
Phase
1
2
Drawing of
Inverter
Description
The supplied AC power source is converted into the DC power source for the present.
The DC power source is reconverted into the three phase AC power source with variable
frequency.
„ When the frequency increases, the rotation speed of the compressor increases resulting
in an increased refrigerant circulation. This leads to a higher amount of the heat
exchange per unit.
„ When the frequency decreases, the rotation speed of the compressor decreases
resulting in a decreased refrigerant circulation. This leads to a lower amount of the heat
exchange per unit.
The following drawing shows a schematic view of the inverter principle:
Refrigerant circulation rate (high)
DC
power
Amount of heat
exchanged air (small)
high speed
AC
power
Amount of heat
exchanged air (large)
high f
low f
Amount of heat
exchanged air (large)
Amount of heat
exchanged air (small)
low speed
50 Hz
freq=
constant 60 Hz
freq=variable
capacity=
variable
Refrigerant circulation rate (low)
60
(R2812)
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Inverter Features
Main Functions
The inverter provides the following features:
„ The regulating capacity can be changed according to the changes in the outdoor air
temperature and cooling / heating load.
„ Quick heating and quick cooling
The compressor rotational speed is increased when starting the heating (or cooling). This
enables a quick set temperature.
Air discharge
temperature
45˚C
inverter
normal heat pump
Start
60
120
300
seconds
(R1187)
„ Even during extreme cold weather, the high capacity is achieved. It is maintained even when
the outdoor air temperature is 2°C.
„ Comfortable air conditioning
A detailed adjustment is integrated to ensure a fixed room temperature. It is possible to air
condition with a small room temperature variation.
„ Energy saving heating and cooling
Once the set temperature is reached, the energy saving operation enables to maintain the
room temperature at low power.
Frequency Limits
The following table shows the functions that define the minimum and maximum frequency:
Frequency limits
Low
High
Forced Cooling /
Heating Operation
Function and Control
„
„
„
„
„
„
Limited during the activation of following functions
Four way valve operation compensation. Refer to page 86.
Input current control. Refer to page 88.
Compressor protection function. Refer to page 86.
Heating Peak-cut control. Refer to page 89.
Freeze-up protection. Refer to page 89.
Defrost control. Refer to page 91.
For more information, refer to “Forced operation mode” on page 97.
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Power-Airflow Dual Flaps, Wide Angle Louvers and
Auto-Swing
Power-airflow
Dual Flaps
The large flaps send a large volume of air downwards to the floor. The flap provides an optimum
control area in cooling, heating and dry mode.
Heating Mode
During heating mode, the large flap enables direct warm air straight downwards. The flap
presses the warm air above the floor to reach the entire room.
Cooling Mode
During cooling mode, the flap retracts into the indoor unit. Then, cool air can be blown far and
pervaded all over the room.
Wide-Angle
Louvers
The louvres, made of elastic synthetic resin, provide a wide range of airflow that guarantees a
comfortable air distribution.
Auto-Swing
In case of FTK(X)S20-50D
The following table explains the auto swing process for heating, cooling, dry and fan :
Cooling / Dry
Vertical Swing (up and down)
Heating
5°
10°
50°
30°
45 °
70°
65°
(R4282)
(R4281)
3-D Airflow
Horizontal Swing
(right and left: manual)
Fan
°
45
(R4284)
(R4283)
FTXG25-35E, CTXG50E, FTK(X)S50-71F
„ Alternative repetition of vertical and horizontal swing motions enables uniform air-
conditioning of the entire room. This function is effective for starting the air conditioner.
„ When the horizontal swing and vertical swing are both set to auto mode, the airflow become
3-D airflow and the horizontal swing and vertical swing motions are alternated. The order of
swing motion is such that it turns counterclockwise, starting from the right upper point as
viewed to the front side of the indoor unit.
(R1024)
COMFORT
AIRFLOW Mode
FTXG25-35E, CTXG50E
The vertical swing flap is controlled not to blow the air directly on the person in the room.
„ The airflow rate is set to AUTOMATIC.
„ The airflow rate has the upper limit (M tap) in heating mode.
„ The latest command has the priority between POWERFUL and COMFORT AIRFLOW.
Heating
Cooling, Dry
5˚
80˚
(R3297)
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(R3298)
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Main Functions
FTK(X)S20-50D
The vertical swing flap is controlled not to blow the air directly on the person in the room.
„ The airflow rate is controlled automatically within the following steps.
Cooling: L tap – MH tap (same as AUTOMATIC)
Heating: ML tap – M tap
„ The latest command has the priority between POWERFUL and COMFORT AIRFLOW.
Heating
Cooling
5°
70°
(R4303)
Function and Control
(R4302)
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1.3
SiBE12-713
Operation Starting Control
FTXG25-35E, CTXG50E
The system carries out the following control at the beginning to conduct every functional parts
properly.
1. Opening the front panel fully
2. Output of the ∆D signal after the front panel starts moving
3. Opening the flap fully after the front panel opens fully
4. Making the fan rotate when the flap passes over the fan-banned area
Control Flow
Start
Opening the front panel
fully
Opening the flap fully
Output of the ∆D signal after
the front panel starts moving
Making the fan rotate when
the flap passes over the
fan-banned area
Running
(R3311)
Timing Chart
Start
OFF
Operation
starting control
ON
Fully close
Front
panel
Fully open
Fully open
Flap
Fan-banned area
Under running control
Fully close
Right
Louvers
Under running control
Left
ON
Fan
Under operation mode control
OFF
Output
Under operation mode control
∆D
∆0
TDELTA
Force supply
(from the
outdoor unit)
ON
The outdoor unit provides force
when it receives the ∆D signal.
OFF
(R3312)
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1.4
Main Functions
Fan Speed Control for Indoor Units
Control Mode
The airflow rate can be automatically controlled depending on the difference between the set
temperature and the room temperature. This is done through phase control and Hall IC control.
For more information about Hall IC, refer to the troubleshooting for fan motor on page 239.
Phase Steps
Phase control and fan speed control contains 9 steps: LLL, LL, SL, L, ML, M, MH, H and HH.
In automatic operation, the step “SL” is not available.
FTXG25/35E
CTXG50E
FVXS25-50F
Step
Cooling
LLL
LL
L
ML
M
MH
H
FTK(X)S50-71E
FTK(X)S71B
FTK(X)S20-50D
FTK(X)S20-35CA
FDK(X)S25-35EA
FDK(X)S25-35CA
FDK(X)S50-60C
FLK(X)S25-60BA
Cooling Heating Cooling Heating
Heating
(R6037)
(R6035)
(R6036)
(R6037)
(R6036)
HH (Powerful) H+70 (FTXG25/35E) H+50 (FTXG25/35E,
H+50 (CTXG50E)
CTXG50E)
H+40 (FVXS25-50F) H+40 (FVXS25-50F)
H+90
H+90
(R6036)
H+50
H+50
= Within this range the airflow rate is automatically controlled when the FAN setting
button is set to automatic.
Note:
1. Fan stops during defrost operation.
2. In time of thermostat OFF, the fan rotates at the following speed.
Cooling : The fan keeps rotating at the set tap.
Heating : The fan stops.
Automatic Air
Flow Control for
Heating
On heating mode, the indoor fan speed will be regulated according to the indoor heat exchanger
temperature and the difference between the room temperature and the required set point.
Automatic Air
Flow Control for
Cooling
The following drawing explains the principle of fan speed control for cooling:
fan speed
M
+2˚C
ML
+1.5˚C
L
Difference between room
and set temperature
+1˚C
+0.5˚C
Thermostat
setting
temperature
Function and Control
DC motor: Rotation speed control
AC motor: Phase control
(R4594)
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SiBE12-713
Programme Dry Function
Programme dry function removes humidity while preventing the room temperature from
lowering.
Since the microcomputer controls both the temperature and air flow volume, the temperature
adjustment and fan adjustment buttons are inoperable in this mode.
In Case of
Inverter Units
The microcomputer automatically sets the temperature and fan settings. The difference
between the room temperature at startup and the temperature set by the microcomputer is
divided into two zones. Then, the unit operates in the dry mode with an appropriate capacity for
each zone to maintain the temperature and humidity at a comfortable level.
Room temperature at
startup
Set temperature
X
Thermostat OFF point
Y
Thermostat ON point
Z
X – 2.5ºC
X – 0.5ºC
or
Y + 0.5ºC (zone B)
continues for 10 min.
X – 2.0ºC
X – 0.5ºC
or
Y + 0.5ºC (zone B)
continues for 10 min.
X – 2.0ºC
X – 0.5ºC = 17.5ºC
or
Y + 0.5ºC (zone B)
continues for 10 min.
24ºC or more
Room temperature at
startup
23.5ºC
~
18ºC
17.5ºC
18ºC
~
Zone C = Thermostat ON
Z
Zone B
Y
Zone B
+0.5ºC
Zone A = Thermostat OFF
(R6841)
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1.6
Main Functions
Automatic Operation
Automatic Cooling / Heating Function (Heat Pump Only)
When the AUTO mode is selected with the remote controller, the microcomputer automatically
determines the operation mode from cooling and heating according to the room temperature
and setting temperature at the time of the operation startup, and automatically operates in that
mode.
The unit automatically switches the operation mode to cooling or heating to maintain the room
temperature at the main unit setting temperature.
Detailed
Explanation of
the Function
1. Remote controller setting temperature is set as automatic cooling / heating setting
temperature (18 to 30°C).
2. Main unit setting temperature equals remote controller setting temperature.
3. Operation ON / OFF point and mode switching point are as follows.
Heating → Cooling switching point:
Room temperature ≥ Main unit setting temperature +2.5 deg.
Cooling → Heating switching point:
Room temperature < Main unit setting temperature –2.5 deg.
Thermostat ON / OFF point is the same as the ON / OFF point of cooling or heating
operation.
4. During initial operation
Room temperature ≥ Remote controller setting temperature: Cooling operation
Room temperature < Remote controller setting temperature: Heating operation
Cooling Operation
Setpoint +2.5ºC
Setpoint +1.5ºC
=Thermostat OFF
Setpoint –2.0ºC
=Thermostat OFF
Setpoint –2.5ºC
Heating Operation
(R6842)
Ex: When the set point is 25°C
Cooling Operation → 23°C: Thermostat OFF → 22°C: Switch to Heating Operation
5. Heating Operation → 26.5°C: Thermostat OFF → 27.5°C: Switch to Cooling Operation
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Main Functions
1.7
SiBE12-713
Thermostat Control
Thermostat control is based on the difference between the room temperature and the setpoint.
Thermostat OFF Condition
Š The temperature difference is in the zone A.
Thermostat ON Condition
Š The temperature difference is above the zone C after being in the zone A.
Š The system resumes from defrost control in any zones except A.
Š The operation turns on in any zones except A.
Š The monitoring time has passed while the temperature difference is in the zone B.
(Cooling / Dry : 10 minutes, Heating : 10 seconds)
Cooling / Dry
Š Wall Mounted Type
Š Floor standing Type
Room temperature - setpoint
ON
Cooling : – 0.5˚C
Dry : – 0.5˚C
C
B
Cooling : – 2.0˚C
Dry : – 2.5~– 2.0˚C
A
OFF
(R4668)
Š Floor/Ceiling suspended Type
Š Duct Connected Type
Room temperature - setpoint
ON
Cooling : – 1.0˚C
Dry : – 1.0˚C
C
– 1.5˚C
B
Cooling : – 2.0˚C
Dry : – 2.5~– 2.0˚C
A
OFF
(R6032)
Heating
Š Wall Mounted Type
Š Floor standing Type
Room temperature - setpoint
OFF
A
1.5˚C
B
C
0˚C
ON
(R4669)
Š Floor/Ceiling suspended Type
Š Duct Connected Type
Room temperature - setpoint
OFF
A
1.5˚C
B
1.0˚C
C
0.5˚C
ON
(R6033)
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1.8
Main Functions
Night Set Mode
When the OFF timer is set, the Night Set circuit automatically activates.
The Night Set circuit maintains the airflow setting made by users.
The Night Set
Circuit
The Night Set circuit continues heating or cooling the room at the set temperature for the first
one hour, then automatically raises the temperature setting slightly in the case of cooling, or
lowers it slightly in the case of heating, for economical operations. This prevents excessive
heating in winter and excessive cooling in summer to ensure comfortable sleeping conditions,
and also conserves electricity.
Cooling
Operation
In case of FTXG25-35E, CTXG50E, FTK(X)S20-50D, FVXS25-50F the temperature rises once.
Heating
Operation
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1.9
Outline
SiBE12-713
ECONO Mode
FTK(X)S20-50D, FVXS25-50F
The "ECONO mode" reduces the maximum operating current and power consumption by
approx. 30% during start up etc..
This mode is particularly convenient for energy-saving-oriented users. It is also a major bonus
for those whose breaker capacities do not allow the use of multiple electrical devices and air
conditioners.
It is easily activated from the wireless remote controller by pushing the ECONO button.
„ When this function is ON, the maximum capacity is also down. (Approx. 20%)
„ This function can only be set when the unit is running. Pressing the operation stop button
causes the settings to be canceled.
„ This function and POWERFUL operation cannot be used at the same time. The latest
command has the priority.
Power
consumption
and current
Normal
Econo Mode
Time
(R4607)
Details
„ ECONO mode can be activated while the unit is running. The remote controller can send the
ECONO command when the unit is in COOL, HEAT, DRY, or AUTO operation.
„ When the ECONO command is valid, the upper limit of frequency is restricted.
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Main Functions
1.10 INTELLIGENT EYE (Wall Mounted Type Only)
This is the function that detects existence of humans in the room by a human motion sensor
(INTELLIGENT EYE) and reduces the capacity when there is no human in the room in order to
save electricity.
Processing
1. Detection method by Intelligent Eye
sampling (20msec)
Sensor output
1sec
If the sensor detects the outputs 10 times/sec.
or more, it judges humans exist.
High
Low
(Human motion)
Human detection ON
signal
OFF
(R2821)
„ This sensor detects human motion by receiving infrared rays and displays the pulse wave
output.
„ A microcomputer in an indoor unit carries out a sampling every 20 msec. and if it detects 10
cycles of the wave in one second in total (corresponding to 20msec.× 10 = 100msec.), it
judges human is in the room as the motion signal is ON.
2. The motions (for example: in cooling)
within 20
minutes.
20 min.
20 min.
40 min.
Human detection ON
signal
OFF
RESET.
Cooling : Set temp. + 2˚C
Heating : Set temp. - 2˚C
Set temp.
Frequency at set temp. + 2˚C
MaxHz
Compressor Mi nHz
speed
0Hz
The lower limit by detecting
human.
(Prohibition of thermostat-off)
in case of
thermostat-off
Remote controller
Intelligent Eye
ON
button
OFF
Operation
ON
OFF
Fan speed (+1)
Set speed
Set speed
Set speed - 50 rpm
OFF
(R2822)
„ When a microcomputer doesn’t have a signal from the sensor in 20 minutes, it judges that
nobody is in the room and operates the unit in temperature shifted 2°C from the set
temperature. (Cooling : 2°C higher, Dry: 1°C higher and Auto : according to the operation
mode at that time.)
1 In case of Fan mode, the fan speed reduces by 50 rpm.
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„ Since the set temperature is shifted by 2°C higher for 40 minutes, compressor speed
becomes low and can realize energy saving operation. But as thermostat is prone to be off
by the fact that the set temperature has been shifted, the thermostat-off action is prohibited
in 40 minutes so as to prevent this phenomena.
After this 40 minutes, the prohibition of the thermostat-off is cancelled and it can realize the
conditions to conduct thermostat-off depending on the room temperature. In or after this 40
minutes, if the sensor detects human motion detection signal, it let the set temperature and
the fan speed return to the original set point, keeping a normal operation.
Others
„ The dry operation can’t command the setting temperature with a remote controller, but
internally the set temperature is shifted by 1°C.
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Main Functions
1.11 HOME LEAVE Operation
Outline
In order to respond to the customer's need for immediate heating and cooling of the room after
returning home or for house care, a measure to switch the temperature and air volume from that
for normal time over to outing time by one touch is provided. (This function responds also to the
need for keeping up with weak cooling or heating.)
This time, we seek for simplicity of operation by providing the special temperature and air
volume control for outing to be set by the exclusive button.
The SkyAir indoor models also have the function.
Detail of the
Control
1. Start of Function
The function starts when the [HOME LEAVE] button is pressed in cooling mode or heating
mode (including stopping and powerful operation). If this button is pressed while the operation is
stopped, the function becomes effective when the operation is started. If this button is pressed
in powerful operation, the powerful operation is reset and this function becomes effective.
„ The [HOME LEAVE] button is ineffective in dry mode and fan mode.
2. Details of Function
A mark representing [HOME LEAVE] is indicated on the liquid crystal display of the remote
controller. The indoor unit is operated according to the set temperature and air volume for
HOME LEAVE which were pre-set in the memory of the remote controller.
The LED (Red) of indoor unit representing [HOME LEAVE] lights up. (It goes out when the
operation is stopped.)
3. End of Function
The function ends when the [HOME LEAVE] button is pressed again during [HOME LEAVE]
operation or when the powerful operation button is pressed.
Others
Function and Control
The set temperature and set air volume are memorized in the remote controller. When the
remote controller is reset due to replacement of battery, it is necessary to set the temperature
and air volume again for [HOME LEAVE].
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1.12 Inverter POWERFUL Operation
Outline
In order to exploit the cooling and heating capacity to full extent, operate the air conditioner by
increasing the indoor fan rotating speed and the compressor frequency.
Details of the
Control
When POWERFUL button is pushed in each operation mode, the fan speed / setting
temperature will be converted to the following states in a period of twenty minutes.
In case of FTK(X)S20-50D
Operation mode
COOL
DRY
Fan speed
H tap + 50 rpm
Dry rotating speed +
50 rpm
HEAT
FAN
AUTO
H tap + 50 rpm
H tap + 50 rpm
Same as cooling /
heating in Powerful
operation
Target set temperature
18°C
Normally targeted
temperature in dry
operation; Approx. –2°C
30°C
—
The target is kept
unchanged
Ex.) : Powerful operation in cooling mode.
Target temp.
Set temp.
It should be the lower limit of cooling temperature.
18˚C
Powerful ON
It counts 20 min. also in the remote controller.
Powerful OFF
Fan
50rpm
H tap
Set tap
20min.
Ending condition: "or" in 1 to 3
1. After the lapse of 20 minutes.
2. Stop
3. Powerful operation is OFF.
(R4560)
Refer to “Fan Speed control” on page 65 for detail.
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1.13 Other Functions
1.13.1 Hot Start Function
Heat Pump Only
In order to prevent the cold air blast that normally comes when heating is started, the
temperature of the heat exchanger of the indoor unit is detected, and either the air flow is
stopped or is made very weak thereby carrying out comfortable heating of the room.
*The cold air blast is also prevented using a similar control when the defrosting operation is
started or when the thermostat gets turned ON.
Heat exchanger
[Reference] temperature zone
[36˚C]
[36˚C]
[34˚C]
[33˚C]
[25˚C]
[20˚C]
G
F
G
E
F
D
E
C
D
B
C
B
[8˚C]
[3˚C]
up
A W0
A
down
(R6958)
1.13.2 Signal Receiving Sign
When the indoor unit receives a signal from the remote controller, the unit emits a signal
receiving sound.
1.13.3 ON/OFF Button on Indoor Unit
An ON/OFF button is provided on the front panel of the unit. Use this button when the remote
controller is missing or if its battery has run out.
Every press of the button switches from ON to OFF or from OFF to ON.
In case of FTK(X)S20-50D
ON/OFF
ON/OFF button
(R4269)
„ Push this button once to start operation. Push once again to stop it.
„ This button is useful when the remote controller is missing.
„ The operation mode refers to the following table.
Cooling Only
Heat Pump
Mode
COOL
AUTO
Temperature setting
22°C
25°C
Air flow rate
AUTO
AUTO
„ In the case of multi system operation, there are times when the unit does not activate with
this button.
<Forced operation mode>
Forced operation mode will be set by pressing the ON/OFF button for between 5 to 9 sec. while
the unit is not operating.
Note:
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When the ON/OFF button is pressed for 10 sec. or more, the operation will be stopped.
See page 97 for the detail of "Forced Operation Mode".
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1.13.4 Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic Air-Purifying Filter
For FTK(X)S20-50D, FTK(X)S50-71F, FVXS25-50F, FTXG25/35E, CTXG50E
This filter combines the Air Purifying Filter and Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic Deodorizing
Filter in a single highly effective unit. The filter traps microscopic particles, decompose odours
and even deactivates bacteria and viruses. It lasts for three years without replacement if
washed about once every six months.
1.13.5 Photocatalytic Deodorizing Filter
For FLK(X)S25-60B
Photocatalytic Deodorizing Filter demonstrates powerful oxidation characteristics when
subjected to harmless ultraviolet light. Photocatalytic deodorizing power is recovered simply by
exposing the filter to the sun for 6 hours once every 6 months.
1.13.6 Air-Purifying Filter
For FLK(X)S25-60B
A double structure made up of a bacteriostatic filter and an Air-Purifying Filter traps dust,
mildew, mites, tobacco smoke, and allergy-causing pollen. Replace the Air-Purifying Filter once
every 3 months.
1.13.7 Air Purifying Filter with Photocatalytic Deodorizing Function
For FTK(X)S20-35C
This filter incorporates the benefits the Air Purifying Filter and Photocatalytic Deodorizing Filter
in a single unit. Combining the two filters in this way increases the active surface area of the
new filter. This larger surface area allows the filter to effectively trap microscopic particles,
decompose odours and deactivate bacteria and viruses even for the high volume of air required
to air-condition large living rooms. The filter can be used for approximately 3 years if periodic
maintenance is performed.
1.13.8 Mold Proof Air Filter (Prefilter)
For all indoor units
The filter net is treated with mold resisting agent TBZ (harmless, colorless, and odorless). Due
to this treatment, the amount of mold growth is much smaller than that of normal filters.
1.13.9 Self-Diagnosis Digital Display
The microcomputer continuously monitors main operating conditions of the indoor unit, outdoor
unit and the entire system. When an abnormality occur, the LCD remote controller displays error
code. These indications allow prompt maintenance operations.
1.13.10Auto-restart Function
Even if a power failure (including one for just a moment) occurs during the operation, the
operation restarts in the condition before power failure automatically when power is restored.
(Note) It takes 3 minutes to restart the operation because the 3 minute stand-by function is
activated.
1.13.11WEEKLY TIMER Operation
Up to 4 timer settings can be saved for each day of the week (up to 28 settings in total).
Those 3 items of “ON / OFF”, “temperature” and “time” can be set.
Refer to “WEEKLY TIMER Operation” on page 198 for detail.
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Function of Main Structural Parts
2. Function of Main Structural Parts
2.1
Main Structural Parts
Heat Pump Model
Expansion valve
EVA
EVB
EVC
EVD
Four way valve
(R5066)
Compressor
Cooling Only
Model
Expansion valve
EVA
EVB
EVC
EVD
Compressor
Note:
Function and Control
(R4596)
Expansion Valve : In Case of 2 port model.....EVA-B, 3 port model.....EVA-C,
4 port model.....EVA-D
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Function of Thermistor
2.2.1 Heat Pump Model
E
Expansion valve
EVA
A
EVB
EVC
EVD
Four way valve
D
B
Compressor
C
(R5067)
A Outdoor Heat
Exchanger
Thermistor
1. The outdoor heat exchanger thermistor is used for controlling target discharge temperature.
The system sets a target discharge temperature according to the outdoor and indoor heat
exchanger temperature, and controls the electronic expansion valve opening so that the
target discharge temperature can be obtained.
2. The outdoor heat exchanger thermistor is used for detecting disconnection of the discharge
thermistor when cooling.
When the discharge pipe temperature becomes lower than the outdoor heat exchanger
temperature, the discharge pipe thermistor is judged as disconnected.
B Discharge
Pipe Thermistor
1. The discharge pipe thermistor is used for controlling temperature of the discharge pipe.
If the temperature of discharge pipe (used in place of the inner temperature of the
compressor) rises abnormally, the operating frequency drops or the operation halts.
2. The discharge pipe thermistor is used for detecting disconnection of the discharge
thermistor.
C Gas Pipe
Thermistor
1. In cooling, the gas pipe thermistors are used for gas pipe isothermal control.
The system controls electronic expansion valve opening so that gas pipe temperature in
each room becomes equal.
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Function of Main Structural Parts
D Indoor Heat
Exchanger
Thermistor
1. The indoor heat exchanger thermistors are used for controlling target discharge
temperature.
The system sets a target discharge pipe temperature according to the outdoor and indoor
heat exchanger temperature, and controls the electronic expansion valve opening so that
the target discharge temperature can be obtained.
2. The indoor heat exchanger thermistors are used for preventing freezing.
During the cooling operation, if the temperature drops abnormally, the operating frequency
becomes lower, then the operation halts.
3. The indoor heat exchanger thermistors are used for anti-icing control.
During the cooling operation, if the heat exchanger temperature in the room where operation
is halted becomes -1°C, or if the room temperature - heat exchanger temperature in the
room where operation is halted becomes ≥10°C, it is assumed as icing.
4. During heating: the indoor heat exchanger thermistors are used for detecting disconnection
of the discharge pipe thermistor.
When the discharge pipe temperature becomes lower than the indoor heat exchanger
temperature, the discharge pipe thermistor is judged as disconnected.
The indoor heat exchanger thermistors are also used for preventing abnormal high pressure.
5. The indoor heat exchanger thermistors are used for detecting incorrect wiring.
During checking incorrect wiring, refrigerant is passed in order from the port A to detect a
heat exchanger temperature, and then wiring and piping will be checked.
6. The indoor heat exchanger thermistors are used for sub-cooling control.
The actual sub-cooling is calculated from the liquid pipe temperature and the heat
exchanger temperature. The system controls the electronic expansion valve opening to
reach the target sub-cooling.
7. The indoor heat exchanger thermistors are used for heating isothermal control of heat
exchanger.
When heating: if the difference in temperature of each room is greater than 8°C, the
electronic expansion valve of the room in which the temperature is higher is opened.
E Liquid Pipe
Thermistor
1. In heating, the liquid pipe thermistors are used for sub-cooling control.
The system calculates the actual sub-cooling with the liquid pipe temperature and the
maximum heat exchanger temperature among all rooms, and controls the opening of the
electronic expansion valve to reach the target sub-cooling.
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2.2.2 Cooling Only Model
Expansion valve
EVA
EVB
A
EVC
EVD
B
D
Compressor
C
(R4601)
A Outdoor Heat
Exchanger
Thermistor
1. The outdoor heat exchanger thermistor is used for controlling target discharge temperature.
The system sets a target discharge temperature according to the outdoor and indoor heat
exchanger temperature, and controls the electronic expansion valve opening so that the
target discharge temperature can be obtained.
2. The outdoor heat exchanger thermistor is used for detecting disconnection of the discharge
thermistor when cooling.
When the discharge pipe temperature becomes lower than the outdoor heat exchanger
temperature, the discharge pipe thermistor is judged as disconnected.
B Discharge
Pipe Thermistor
1. The discharge pipe thermistor is used for controlling temperature of the discharge pipe.
If the temperature of discharge pipe (used in place of the inner temperature of the
compressor) rises abnormally, the operating frequency drops or the operation halts.
2. The discharge pipe thermistor is used for detecting disconnection of the discharge
thermistor.
C Gas Pipe
Thermistor
1. In cooling, the gas pipe thermistors are used for gas pipe isothermal control.
The system controls electronic expansion valve opening so that gas pipe temperature in
each room becomes equal.
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D Indoor Heat
Exchanger
Thermistor
Function and Control
Function of Main Structural Parts
1. The indoor heat exchanger thermistors are used for controlling target discharge
temperature.
The system sets a target discharge pipe temperature according to the outdoor and indoor
heat exchanger temperature, and controls the electronic expansion valve opening so that
the target discharge temperature can be obtained.
2. The indoor heat exchanger thermistors are used for preventing freezing.
During the cooling operation, if the temperature drops abnormally, the operating frequency
becomes lower, then the operation halts.
3. The indoor heat exchanger thermistors are used for anti-icing control.
During the cooling operation, if the heat exchanger temperature in the room where operation
is halted becomes -1°C, or if the room temperature - heat exchanger temperature in the
room where operation is halted becomes ≥10°C, it is assumed as icing.
4. The indoor heat exchanger thermistors are used for detecting incorrect wiring.
During checking incorrect wiring, refrigerant is passed in order from the port A to detect a
heat exchanger temperature, and then wiring and piping will be checked.
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3. Control Specification
3.1
Mode Hierarchy
Outline
There are two modes; the mode selected in user’s place (normal air conditioning mode) and
forced operation mode for installation and providing service.
Detail
1. For heat pump model
There are following modes; stop, cooling (includes drying), heating (include defrosting)
Air conditioner control mode
Forced operating mode
Forced cooling
Forced heating
Check incorrect wiring
Normal operating mode
Cooling
Heating
Defrosting
Stop mode (except for cooling/heating modes by indoor command)
Preheat operation
During C (capacitor) is discharging
Stop
(R1373)
2. For cooling only model
There are following models; stop and cooling (including drying).
Air conditioner control mode
Forced operating mode
Forced cooling
Check incorrect wiring
Normal operating mode
Cooling
Stop mode (except for cooling modes by indoor command)
Preheat operation
During C (capacitor) is discharging
Stop
(R1374)
Note:
Unless specified otherwise, an indoor dry operation command must be regarded as cooling
operation. An indoor fan operation command cannot be made in a multiple indoor unit. (A forced
fan command to the indoor unit from the outdoor unit must be made during forced operation.)
Determine Operating Mode
Judge the operating mode command set by each room in accordance with the instructing
procedure, and determine the operating mode of the system.
The following procedure will be taken as the modes conflict with each other.
*1.The system will follow the mode determined first. (First-push, first-set)
*2.For the rooms set with different mode, select stand-by mode. (Operation lamp flashes)
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3.2
Control Specification
Frequency Control
Outline
Frequency that corresponds to each room’s capacity will be determined according to the
difference in the temperature of each room and the temperature that is set by the remote
controller.
The function is explained as follows.
1. How to determine frequency.
2. Frequency command from an indoor unit. (The difference between a room temperature and
the temperature set by the remote controller.)
3. Frequency command from an indoor unit. (The ranked capacity of the operating room).
4. Frequency initial setting.
5. PI control.
Frequency changes by PI control < repeats when frequency becomes lower
Command frequency X repeats when frequency becomes lower
Each drooping function
Input current control, etc.
Upper limit frequency
FMAX
Command frequency
Limit frequency
Initial frequency
PI control
Defrost control (*)
Lower limit frequency
FMIN
Each upper limit function
Compressor protection function
Skip control
Target frequency
Each lower limit function
Four-way valve operating compensation, etc. (*)
*; only for heat pump model
(R1375)
Detail
How to Determine Frequency
The compressor’s frequency will finally be determined by taking the following steps.
For Heat Pump Model
1. Determine command frequency
Š Command frequency will be determined in the following order of priority.
1.1 Limiting frequency by drooping function
Š Input current, discharge pipes, low Hz high pressure limit, peak cutting, freeze-up protection,
dew prevention, fin thermistor temperature.
1.2 Limiting defrost control time
1.3 Forced cooling / heating
1.4 Indoor frequency command
2. Determine upper limit frequency
Š Set a minimum value as an upper limit frequency among the frequency upper limits of the
following functions:
Compressor protection, input current, discharge pipes, Low Hz high pressure, peak cutting,
freeze-up protection, defrost.
3. Determine lower limit frequency
Š Set a maximum value as an lower limit frequency among the frequency lower limits of the
following functions:
Four way valve operating compensation, draft prevention, pressure difference upkeep.
4. Determine prohibited frequency
Š There is a certain prohibited frequency such as a power supply frequency.
For Cooling Only Model
1. Determine command frequency
Š Command frequency will be determined in the following order of priority.
1.1 Limiting frequency by drooping function
Input current, discharge pipes, freeze-up protection, dew prevention, fin thermistor temperature.
1.2 Indoor frequency command
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2. Determine upper limit frequency
Š Set a minimum value as an upper limit frequency among the frequency upper limits of the
following functions:
Compressor protection, input current, discharge pipes, freeze-up protection, dew prevention,
fin thermistor temperature.
3. Determine lower limit frequency
Š Set a maximum value as an lower limit frequency among the frequency lower limits of the
following functions:
Pressure difference upkeep.
4. Determine prohibited frequency
Š There is a certain prohibited frequency such as a power supply frequency.
Indoor Frequency Command (∆D signal)
The difference between a room temperature and the temperature set by the remote controller
will be taken as the “∆D signal” and is used for frequency command.
Temperature
difference
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
∆D
signal
∗Th
OFF
1
2
3
Temperature
difference
2.0
∆D
signal
4
Temperature
difference
4.0
∆D
signal
8
Temperature
difference
6.0
∆D
signal
C
2.5
3.0
3.5
5
6
7
4.5
5.0
5.5
9
A
B
6.5
7.0
7.5
D
E
F
∗Th OFF = Thermostat OFF
Indoor Unit Capacity (S value)
The capacity of the indoor unit is a “S” value and is used for frequency command.
Capacity
2.5 kW
3.5 kW
5.0 kW
S value
25
35
50
Capacity
6.0 kW
7.1 kW
S value
60
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Frequency Initial Setting
<Outline>
When starting the compressor, or when conditions are varied due to the change of the operating
room, the frequency must be initialized according to the total of a maximum ∆D value of each room
and a total value of Q (ΣQ) of the operating room (the room in which the thermostat is set to ON).
Q value: Indoor unit output determined from indoor unit volume, air flow rate and other factors.
PI Control (Determine Frequency Up / Down by ∆D Signal)
1. P control
Calculate a total of the ∆D value in each sampling time (20 seconds), and adjust the
frequency according to its difference from the frequency previously calculated.
2. I control
If the operating frequency is not change more than a certain fixed time, adjust the frequency
up and down according to the Σ∆D value, obtaining the fixed Σ∆D value.
When the Σ∆D value is small...lower the frequency.
When the Σ∆D value is large...increase the frequency.
3. Limit of frequency variation width
When the difference between input current and input current drooping value is less than 1.5
A, the frequency increase width must be limited.
4. Frequency management when other controls are functioning
Š When each frequency is drooping;
Frequency management is carried out only when the frequency droops.
Š For limiting lower limit
Frequency management is carried out only when the frequency rises.
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5. Upper and lower limit of frequency by PI control
The frequency upper and lower limits are set depending on the total of S values of a room.
When low noise commands come from the indoor unit more than one room or when outdoor
unit low noise or quiet commands come from all the rooms, the upper limit frequency must
be lowered than the usual setting.
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Controls at Mode Changing / Start-up
3.3.1 Preheating Operation
Outline
Detail
Operate the inverter in the open phase operation with the conditions including the preheating
command from the indoor, the outdoor air temperature and discharge pipe temperature.
The power consumption of preheating operation is 35W. (The total power consumption depends
on the number of the indoor units.)
Preheating ON Condition
Š When outdoor air temperature is below 10.5°C or discharge pipe temperature is below
10.5°C, inverter in open phase operation starts.
OFF Condition
Š When outdoor air temperature is higher than 12°C or discharge pipe temperature is higher
than 12°C, inverter in open phase operation stops.
3.3.2 Four Way Valve Switching
Outline of heating
operation
Heat Pump Only
During the heating operation current must be conducted and during cooling and defrosting
current must not be conducted. In order to eliminate the switching sound (as the four way valve
coil switches from ON to OFF) when the heating is stopped, the delay switch of the four way
valve must be carried out after the operation stopped.
Detail
The OFF delay of four way valve
Energize the coil for 150 sec after unit operation is stopped.
3.3.3 Four Way Valve Operation Compensation
Outline
Heat Pump Only
At the beginning of the operation as the four way valve is switched, acquire the differential
pressure required for activating the four way valve by having output the operating frequency,
which is more than a certain fixed frequency, for a certain fixed time.
The lower limit frequency is restricted to 40Hz for 70 seconds on both cooling and heating,
except under the condition of heating overload (outdoor temperature ≥ 15 degree).
Detail
Staring Conditions
1. When starting compressor for heating.
2. When the operating mode changes from the previous time.
3. When starting compressor for rushing defrosting or resetting.
4. When starting compressor for the first time after the reset with the power is ON.
Set the lower limit frequency to 40 (model by model) Hz for 70 seconds with any conditions
1 through 4 above.
3.3.4 3 Minutes Stand-by
Prohibit to turn ON the compressor for 3 minutes after turning it off.
(Except when defrosting. (Only for Heat Pump Model).)
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3.3.5 Compressor Protection Function
When turning the compressor from OFF to ON, the upper limit of frequency must be set as
follows. (The function must not be used when defrosting (only for heat pump model).)
FCG 3
FCG 2
FCG 1
Note:
Function and Control
2YC45
80
65
55
When the compressor doesn’t run for long time in the condition that the discharge pipe
temperature is 10°C or less, the time between FCG2 and FCG3 will be longer then 470 sec.
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Discharge Pipe Control
Outline
The discharge pipe temperature is used as the compressor's internal temperature. If the
discharge pipe temperature rises above a certain level, the operating frequency upper limit is
set to keep this temperature from going up further.
Detail
Zones (typical value)
Management within the Zone
Zone
Stop zone
Drooping zone
Keep zone
Return / Reset zone
3.5
Control contents
When the temperature reaches the stop zone, stop the compressor and
correct abnormality.
Start the timer, and the frequency will be drooping.
Keep the frequency upper limit.
Cancel the frequency upper limit.
Input Current Control
Outline
Detect an input current by the CT during the compressor is running, and set the frequency
upper limit from such input current.
In case of heat pump model, this control is the upper limit control function of the frequency
which takes priority of the lower limit of four way valve activating compensation.
Detail
The frequency control will be made within the following zones.
When a “stop current” continues for 2.5 seconds after rushing on the stop zone, the compressor
operation stops.
If a “drooping current” is continues for 1.0 second after rushing on the drooping zone, the
frequency will be 2 Hz drooping.
Repeating the above drooping continues until the current rushes on the drooping zone without change.
In the unchanged zone, the frequency limit will remain.
In the return / reset zone, the frequency limit will be cancelled.
Limitation of current drooping and stop value according to the outdoor air temperature
1. In case the operation mode is cooling
Š The current droops when outdoor air temperature becomes higher than a certain level
(model by model).
2. In case the operation mode is heating (only for heat pump model)
Š The current droops when outdoor air temperature becomes higher than a certain level
(model by model).
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3.6
Control Specification
Freeze-up Protection Control
Outline
During cooling operation, the signals being sent from the indoor unit allow the operating
frequency limitation and then prevent freezing of the indoor heat exchanger.
Detail
Conditions for Start Controlling
Judge the controlling start with the indoor heat exchanger temperature after 2 sec from
operation start and after 30 sec from changing number of operation room.
Control in Each Zone
The zone is determined by the commands from indoor units.
In drooping zone, the frequency decreases 2Hz/20 seconds.
Heat exchanger
thermistor temperature
Return from stop
13˚C
Reset zone
7˚C
Up zone
5˚C
Keep zone
3˚C
0˚C
Drooping zone
Stop zone
(R4561)
3.7
Heating Peak-cut Control
Outline
Heat Pump Only
During heating operation, the signals being sent form the indoor unit allow the operating
frequency limitation and prevent abnormal high pressure. (The signal from the indoor unit must
be divided as follows.)
Detail
Conditions for Start Controlling
Judge the controlling start with the indoor heat exchanger temperature after 2 min from
operation start and after A sec from changing number of operation room.
When increase
When decrease
A
30
2
Control in Each Zone
The maximum value of heat exchange intermediate temperature of each indoor unit controls the
following (excluding stopped rooms).
In drooping zone, the frequency decreases 6Hz/40 seconds.
In up zone, the frequency increases 2Hz/60 seconds.
65˚C
55˚C
Drooping zone
54˚C
Keep zone
52˚C
50˚C
Heat exchanger
thermistor
temperature
Function and Control
Stop zone
Up zone
Reset zone
(R6034)
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Fan Control
Outline
Fan control is carried out with following functions.
1. Fan ON control for electric component cooling fan
2. Fan control when defrosting
3. Fan OFF delay when stopped
4. ON/OFF control when cooling operation
5. Fan control when the number of heating rooms decreases
6. Fan control when forced operation
7. Fan control in indoor / outdoor silent operation
8. Fan control for pressure difference upkeep
Detail
Fan OFF Control when Stopped
Š Fan OFF delay for 60 seconds must be made when the compressor is stopped.
Fan control when the number of heating room decreases (Only for Heat Pump Model)
When the outdoor air temperature is more than 10°C, the fan must be turned OFF for 30
seconds.
Tap Control
On cooling, the fan tap changes L
M when the outdoor air temperature is 8°C,
and M
H at 37°C.
On heating, the fan tap changes L
M when the outdoor air temperature is 15°C with min.
Hz, and
M
H at 4°C.
Tap Control in Indoor Unit Silent Operation
1. When Cooling Operation
When the outdoor air temperature is less than 37°C, the fan tap must be lower.
2. When Heating Operation
When the outdoor air temperature is more than 4°C, the fan tap must be lower. (only for heat
pump model).
3.9
Liquid Compression Protection Function 2
Outline
In order to obtain the dependability of the compressor, the compressor must be stopped
according to the conditions of the temperature of the outdoor air and outdoor heat exchanger.
Detail
Heat Pump Model
Š Operation stops depending on the outdoor air temperature.
Compressor operation turns OFF under the conditions that the system is in cooling operation
and outdoor air temperature is below –10°C. (Except in forced cooling mode)
Cooling Only Model
Š Operation stops depending on the outdoor air temperature.
Compressor operation turns OFF under the condition that outdoor air temperature is below
–10°C. (Except in forced cooling mode)
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3.10 Defrost Control
Outline
Heat Pump Only
Defrosting is carried out by the cooling cycle (reverse cycle). The defrosting time or outdoor
heat exchanger temperature must be more than its fixed value when finishing.
Detail
Conditions for Starting Defrost
Under the conditions that the system is in heating operation, 6 minutes after the compressor is
started and more than 38 minutes of accumulated time pass since the start of the operation or
ending the defrosting.
When the outdoor air temperature and the outdoor heat exchanger temperature meet the
following condition for 60 seconds, the defrost control starts.
A< –(19/256)×B+(45/64)×C
A: outdoor heat exchanger temperature
B: output frequency
C: outdoor air temperature
Conditions for Canceling Defrost
The target heat exchanger temperature as the canceling condition is selected in the range of
4°C≤Te≤12°C according to the air temperature as the following formula.
The target heat exchanger temperature = –(45/64)×(ambient temperature)+14
The defrost operation surely operates in 120 seconds after the start. (A→B)
After then the defrost operation stops at the following conditions.
1. When the heat exchanger temperature reaches the target heat exchanger temperature.
(B→C)
2. When 650 seconds have passed after the start even if the heat exchanger temperature does
not reaches the target heat exchanger temperature. (C)
A
B
C
PI control
45 82
45 54
Pulse
Pulse
Pulse
Pulse
Pulse
(R6959)
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3.11 Electronic Expansion Valve Control
Outline
The following items are included in the electronic expansion valve control.
Electronic expansion valve is fully closed
1. Electronic expansion valve is fully closed when turning on the power.
2. Pressure equalizing control
Room Distribution Control
1. Gas pipe isothermal control (distribution control in cooling)
2. SC control (only for heat pump model, distribution control in heating)
Open Control
1. Electronic expansion valve control when starting operation
2. Control when frequency changed
3. Control for defrosting (only for heat pump model)
4. Oil recover control
5. Control when a discharge pipe temperature is abnormally high
6. Control when the discharge pipe thermistor is disconnected
7. Control for indoor unit freeze-up protection
Feedback Control
1. Discharge pipe temperature control
Distribution control for each room
1. Liquid pipe temperature control (with all ports connected and all rooms being airconditioned)
2. Liquid pipe temperature control for stopped rooms
3. Dew prevention function for indoor rotor
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SC control
(only for heat pump model)
Control when frequency changed
Control for abnormally high discharge
pipe temperature
Oil recovery control
Indoor freeze-up protection control
Liquid pipe temperature control
Liquid pipe temperature control for
stopped rooms
Dew prevention control for indoor rotor
The followings are the examples of control which function in each mode by the electronic
expansion valve control.
Gas pipe isothermal control
Detail
Fully closed when power is turned ON
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
Open control when starting
×
×
×
{
{
{
×
×
×
(Control of target discharge pipe temperature)
×
×
{
{
{
{
×
×
{
Control when the operating room is changed
×
×
×
{
{
{
×
×
{
(Control of target discharge pipe temperature)
{
×
{
{
{
{
×
×
{
Pressure equalizing control
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
Open control when starting
×
×
×
{
×
×
×
×
×
(Control of target discharge pipe temperature)
×
All
rooms
{
{
×
×
All
rooms
All
rooms
×
Control when the operating room is changed
×
×
×
{
×
×
×
×
×
×
{
{
×
{
All
rooms
×
{
(Control of target discharge pipe temperature)
All
rooms
All
rooms
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
Pressure equalizing control
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
Open control when starting
×
×
×
{
×
×
×
×
×
Continue
×
All
rooms
×
×
×
×
All
rooms
×
×
×
×
×
×
Operation pattern
{ : function
× : not function
When power is turned ON
Cooling, 1 room operation
Cooling, 2 rooms operation
to
Cooling, 4 rooms operation
Stop
Heating, 1 room operation
(only for heat
pump model)
Heating, 2 rooms operation
to
Heating, 4 rooms operation
(only for heat
pump model)
(Defrost control FD=1)
(only for heat pump model)
Stop
Heating operation
(only for heat
pump model)
Control of discharge pipe
thermistor disconnection
Stop
Pressure equalizing control
{
×
{
×
{
×
{
{
{
{
{
×
×
{
All
rooms
{
×
×
×
×
×
(R3056)
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3.11.1 Fully Closing with Power ON
Initialize the electronic expansion valve when turning on the power, set the opening position and
develop pressure equalizing.
The electronic expansion valves are closed further with 720 pulse, and then opened with 150
pulse.
3.11.2 Pressure Equalization Control
When the compressor is stopped, open and close the electronic expansion valve and develop
pressure equalization.
3.11.3 Opening Limit
Outline
Limit a maximum and minimum opening of the electronic expansion valve in the operating room.
Detail
Š A maximum electronic expansion valve opening in the operating room: 450 pulses
Š A minimum electronic expansion valve opening in the operating room: 75 pulses
The electronic expansion valve is fully closed in the room where cooling is stopped and is
opened with fixed opening during defrosting.
3.11.4 Gas Pipe Isothermal Control During Cooling
When the units are operating in multiple rooms, detect the gas piping temperature and correct
the electronic expansion valve opening so that the temperature of the gas pipe in each room
becomes identical.
Š When the gas pipe temperature > the average gas pipe temperature,
→ open the electronic expansion valve in that room
Š When the gas pipe temperature < the average gas pipe temperature,
→ close the electronic expansion valve in that room
The temperatures are monitored every 40 seconds.
3.11.5 SC Control
Outline
Heat Pump Only
Detect the temperature of liquid pipe and heat exchanger of the rooms and compensate the
electronic expansion valve opening so that the SC of each room becomes the target SC.
Š When the actual SC is > target SC, open the electronic expansion valve of the room.
Š When the actual SC is < target SC, close the electronic expansion valve of the room.
Detail
Start Functioning Conditions
After finishing the open control (810 seconds after the beginning of the operation), control all the
electronic expansion valve in the operating room.
Determine Electronic Expansion Valve Opening
Adjust the electronic expansion valve so that the temperature difference between the maximum
heat exchanger temperature of connected room and the temperature of liquid pipe thermistor
becomes constant.
3.11.6 Starting Operation Control / Changing Operation Room
Control the electronic expansion valve opening when the system is starting or the operating
room is changed, and prevent the system to be super heated or moistened.
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3.11.7 Disconnection of the Discharge Pipe Thermistor
Outline
Detect a disconnected discharge pipe thermistor by comparing the discharge pipe temperature
with the condensation temperature. If any is disconnected, open the electronic expansion valve
according to the outdoor air temperature and the operating frequency and operate for a
specified time, and then stop.
After 3 minutes of waiting, restart the unit and check if any is disconnected. If any is
disconnected stop the system after operating for a specified time. If the disconnection is
detected 4 times in succession, then the system will be down.
Detail
Detect Disconnection
If a 780-second timer for open control becomes over, and a 9-minute timer for the compressor
operation continuation is not counting time, the following adjustment must be made.
1. When the operation mode is cooling
When the discharge pipe temperature is lower than the outdoor heat exchanger
temperature, the discharge pipe thermistor disconnection must be ascertained.
2. When the operation mode is heating (only for heat pump model)
When the discharge pipe temperature is lower than the max temperature of operating room
heat exchanger, the discharge pipe thermistor disconnection must be ascertained.
Adjustment when the thermistor is disconnected
When compressor stop repeats specified time, the system should be down.
3.11.8 Control when frequency is changed
When the target pipe temperature control is active, if the target frequency is changed for a
specified value in a certain time period, cancel the target discharge pipe temperature control
and change the opening of the target electronic expansion valve according to the shift.
3.11.9 High Temperature of the Discharge Pipe
When the compressor is operating, if the discharge pipe temperature exceeds a certain value,
open the electronic expansion valve and remove the refrigerant to the low pressure side and
lower discharge temperature.
3.11.10 Oil Recovery Function
Outline
The electronic expansion valve opening in the cooling stopped room must be set as to open for
a certain time at a specified interval so that the oil in the cooling stopped room may not be
accumulated.
Detail
During cooling operation, every 1 hour continuous operation, the electronic expansion valves in
the operation stopped room must be opened by 80 pulses for specified time.
3.11.11 Target Discharge Pipe Temperature Control
Obtain the target discharge pipe temperature from the indoor and outdoor heat exchange
temperature, and adjust the electronic expansion valve opening so that the actual discharge
pipe temperature become close to that temperature. (Indirect SH control using the discharge
pipe temperature)
Determine a correction value of the electronic expansion valve compensation and drive it
according to the deflection of the target discharge temperature and actual discharge
temperature, and the discharge temperature variation by the 20 sec.
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3.12 Malfunctions
3.12.1 Sensor Malfunction Detection
Sensor malfunction may occur either in the thermistor or current transformer (CT) system.
Relating to Thermistor Malfunction
1. Outdoor heat exchanger thermistor
2. Discharge pipe thermistor
3. Fin thermistor
4. Gas pipe thermistor
5. Outdoor air temperature thermistor
6. Liquid pipe thermistor
Relating to CT Malfunction
When the output frequency is more than 55 Hz and the input current is less than 0.5A, carry out
abnormal adjustment.
3.12.2 Detection of Overload and Over Current
Outline
In order to protect the inverter, detect an excessive output current, and for protecting
compressor, monitor the OL operation.
Detail
Š If the OL (compressor head) temperature exceeds 130°C (2YC45), the compressor
gets interrupted.
3.12.3 Insufficient Gas Control
Outline
If a power consumption is below the specified value in which the frequency is higher than the
specified frequency, it must be regarded as gas insufficient.
In addition to such conventional function, if the discharge temperature is higher than the target
discharge pipe temperature, and more than the specified temperature, and the electronic
expansion valve is fully open (450 pulses) more than the specified time, it is considered as an
insufficient gas.
Power consumption
Insufficient gas zone
55 Hz
Frequency
(R6960)
With the conventional function, a power consumption is weak comparing with that in the normal
operation when gas is insufficient, and gas insufficiency is detected by checking a power
consumption.
Gas insufficient
zone
(R1391)
When operating with insufficient gas, although the rise of discharge pipe temperature is great
and the electronic expansion valve is open, it is presumed as an insufficient gas if the discharge
pipe temperature is higher than the target discharge pipe temperature.
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Judgment by Input Current
When an output frequency is exceeds 55 Hz and the input current is less than specified value,
the adjustment is made for insufficient gas.
Judgment by Discharge Pipe Temperature
When discharge pipe temperature is 20°C higher than target value and the electronic expansion
value opening is 450 plus (max.), the adjustment is made for insufficient gas.
3.12.4 Preventing Indoor Freezing
During cooling, if the heat exchanger temperature in the operation stopped room becomes
below the specified temperature for the specified time, open the electronic expansion valve in
the operation stopped room as specified, and carry out the fully closed operation. After this, if
freezing abnormality occurs more than specified time, the system shall be down as the system
abnormality.
3.13 Forced Operation Mode
Outline
Forced operating mode includes functions such as; forced cooling, forced heating, incorrect
wiring, incorrect piping check.
Operating mode must be selected by operating the forced operation switch (SW1 on service
PCB).
Detail
Forced Cooling, Forced Heating (Only for Heat Pump Model)
Item
Forced operation
allowing conditions
Forced Cooling
1) The indoor unit is not abnormal, but
the indoor unit which is not in the
freezing prohibiting zone is present in
more than 1 room.
2) The outdoor unit is not abnormal
and not in the 3-minute stand-by
mode.
3) The operating mode of the outdoor
unit is the stop mode.
4) The slide selection switch of the
forced operation is the cooling mode.
The forced operation is allowed when
the above “and” conditions are met.
Starting / adjustment If the forced operation switch is
pressed as the above conditions are
met.
1) Determine
All rooms
operating room
2) Command
frequency
Š 2YC45: 42 Hz
3) Electronic
expansion valve
opening
4) Outdoor unit
adjustment
5) Indoor unit
adjustment
End
It depends on the capacity of the
operating indoor unit.
Others
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Forced Heating
1) The indoor unit is not abnormal.
The indoor unit which is not in the
peak-cut prohibited zone is present in
more than 1 room.
←
←
4) The slide selection switch of the
forced operation is the heating mode.
The forced operation is allowed when
the above “and” conditions are met.
←
One of the available units runs.
Priority is given to the youngest
number’s room in alphabetical order.
(A > B > C > D)
Š 2YC45: 37 Hz
(Outdoor air temp:0°C)
←
Compressor is in operation.
←
The command of forced operation is
transmitted to the indoor unit.
1) When the forced operation switch is
pressed again.
2) The operation is to end
automatically after 15 min.
The protect functions are prior to all
others in the forced operation.
←
←
←
←
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3.14 Wiring-Error Check
Outline
The convenient Wiring Error Check function is designed for the microcomputer to correct wiring
errors itself.
If local wiring is unclear in the case of buried piping, for example, just press the wiring error
check switch that is behind the right-hand panel of the outdoor unit. Even if the connections for
Room A and Room B are confused, the system may run without a hassle. Note that this check
function does not work in the following cases.
Š For about 1 minute after the power is turned on (during initial setup).
Š For 3-minute standby period after the compressor has stopped.
Š When the outdoor air temperature is below 5°C.
Š If the indoor unit is in trouble (also in case of all-room transmission failure).
When the piping and wiring are perfect, there is no need to use this function.
Operation
1. Remove the 2 screws from the service panel (right side panel) and detach the panel.
2. Press the wiring error check switch on the service monitor PCB, and the wiring error check
function is activated.
3. In about 10-15 minutes, the checking will end automatically.
4. When the checking is over, the service monitor LED indicators start flashing.
LED
Status
1
2
3
4
All flashing at once
Flashing one after another
Judgment
Self-correction impossible
Self-correction complete
Self-correction complete…The LED indicators 1 ~ 4 flash one after another.
Self-correction impossible…The LED indicators flash all at the same time.
Š Transmission failure occurs at any of the indoor units.
Š The indoor unit heat exchanger thermistor is disconnected.
Š An indoor unit is in trouble (if a trouble occurs during the wiring error checking).
Emergency stop…Any of the LED indicators 1 ~ 4 stays on.
Note:
1. After self-correction completed, LED 3 and LED 4 are not displayed for 2 rooms, LED 4 is
not displayed for 3 rooms.
2. It takes about 10-15 minutes (after pressing the wiring error check switch) to complete the
checking. (Wrong wiring between the upper and lower units cannot be self-corrected.)
3. Wrongly connected liquid and gas pipes cannot be self-corrected either. Be sure to make the
liquid pipe and the gas pipe in pairs.
4. To forced-terminate the wiring error check procedure halfway, press the wiring error check
switch again.
In this case, the microcomputer's memory gets back to its initial status (Room A wiring →
Port A piping, Room B wiring → Port B piping).
5. In replacing the outdoor unit PCB, be sure to use this function.
6. Make the power slide setting after doing the wiring error checking. (Otherwise, if the wiring is
reversed, the air-conditioners being connected are set up in the reverse way.)
Basic Knowledge
Š This function works in this way. Refrigerant is let flow from Port A and on. The temperatures
of the indoor unit heat exchanger thermistors are detected one by one to check up the
matching between the pipes and wiring.
Š With this function on, freezing (crackling) noise may be heard from the indoor unit. This is
not a problem. (This is because the heat exchange temperature is made to drop below 0°C
in order to increase the detection accuracy.)
Š The indoor fan is made to turn on and off at the same time.
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Checking the
current setting
data on the
microcomputer
memory
Those data can be checked by looking at the service monitor LED indicators, when the wiring
error checking is over, during forced operation, at the stop of the system.
The LED indicators stop flashing when the forced operation is over.
LED1…Room A wiring, LED2…Room B wiring
1st flashing LED…Port A piping, 2nd flashing LED…Port B piping
The first stay-on LED means the room that is connected with Port A. The next stay-on LED
means the one connected with Port B.
Example
Let's suppose the LED indicators are flashing as follows.
L A 1 2 3 4
E
D Green Red
L A 1 2 3 4
E
L A 1 2 3 4
D Green Red
E
D Green Red
The above means that Port A is connected with Port B and Port B with Room A (or selfcorrected this way.)
A
Wiring
B
Piping
A
B
Wiring
Piping
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3.15 Additional Function
3.15.1 Priority Room Setting
Electronic expansion valves are controlled to provide the unit designated as the priority room
with the capacity of other room units.
(Distribution of capacity: Priority room unit --- ∆D Max., other room units --- ∆D -α)
Š Setting method
Turn off the circuit breaker before changing the setting.
Only one room can be set as the priority room.
Š Control start conditions
Priority room setting is made.
AND
“Powerful” signal from the priority room unit is received.
Note:
The operation mode of the priority room unit has precedence.
Š Cancellation of control
The control function is canceled when the “Powerful” operation mode is switched off or 20
minutes elapse after “Powerful Operation” started.
A
room
A
room
B
room
Living
room
C
room
B
room
Living
room
C
room
Normal
operation
When Inverter
powerful-operation
is selected in the
priority room
(R1396)
3.15.2 POWERFUL Operation Mode
Compressor operating frequency is increased to PI Max. (Max. Hz of operating room unit ΣS)
and outdoor unit airflow rate is increased.
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3.15.3 Cooling / Heating Mode Lock
Use the S15 connector to set the unit to only cool or heat.
Setting to only heat (H): Short-circuit pins 1 and 3 of the connector <S15>.
Setting to only cool (C): short-circuit pins 3 and 5 of the connector <S15>.
The following specifications apply to the connector housing and pins.
JST products Housing: VHR-5N
Pin: SVH-21T-1, 1
Note that forced operation is also possible in COOL / HEAT mode.
COOL mode (C)
HEAT mode (H)
5<C>3<H>1
(R1397)
3.15.4 ECONO-mode-proof Setting
Outline
When installing in hotels, you can make ECONO mode ineffective on the outdoor unit.
Operation
The ECONO mode can be switched over between "effective" and "ineffective" by pressing the
forced operation switch (SW1) and wiring error check switch (SW3) at the same time and
holding them for 5 seconds while the compressor is stopped. The LEDs are lit in turn for 15
seconds to show the ECONO mode status.
The factory setting is "effective".
LED flashing order
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effective → ineffective
4→3→2→1
ineffective → effective
1→2→3→4
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Operation Manual
1. System Configuration..........................................................................104
1.1 Operation Instructions ..........................................................................104
2. Instruction............................................................................................105
2.1 FTK(X)S, FTXG, CTXG, FDK(X)S, FLK(X)S Series ............................105
2.2 FVXS Series.........................................................................................181
2.3 FHQ Series...........................................................................................212
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1. System Configuration
1.1
Operation Instructions
After the installation and test operation of the room air conditioner have been completed, it
should be operated and handled as described below. Every user would like to know the correct
method of operation of the room air conditioner, to check if it is capable of cooling (or heating)
well, and to know a clever method of using it.
In order to meet this expectation of the users, giving sufficient explanations taking enough time
can be said to reduce about 80% of the requests for servicing. However good the installation
work is and however good the functions are, the customer may blame either the room air
conditioner or its installation work because of improper handling. The installation work and
handing over of the unit can only be considered to have been completed when its handling has
been explained to the user without using technical terms but giving full knowledge of the
equipment.
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2. Instruction
2.1
FTK(X)S, FTXG, CTXG, FDK(X)S, FLK(X)S Series
2.1.1 Manual Contents and Reference Page
Wall Mounted Type
Model Series
FTK(X)S20/25/35/50D
FTK(X)S20/25/35C
FTK(X)S50/60/71F
FTXG25/35E
CTXG50E
Safety Precautions
106
106
106
106
Names of Parts
108
111
114
117
Preparation before Operation
126
126
126
126
AUTO, DRY, COOL, HEAT, FAN
Operation
129
129
129
129
Adjusting the Air Flow Direction
131
133
135
137
POWERFUL Operation
141
141
141
141
OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET Operation
142
142
142
142
ECONO Operation
143
—
—
—
—
144
144
—
INTELLIGENT EYE Operation
146
148
150
152
TIMER Operation
154
154
154
154
Note for Multi System
156
156
156
156
158
161
164
167
Read before Operation
Operation
HOME LEAVE Operation
Care
Care and Cleaning
Trouble Shooting
Trouble Shooting
Drawing No.
177
177
177
177
3P194516-2B
3P194444-1B
3P190111-1B
C : 3P166453-1C
Floor/Ceiling
Suspended Dual Type
Duct Connected Type
Model Series
FDK(X)S25/35C
FDK(X)S50/60C
FDK(X)S25/35E
FLK(X)S25/35/50/60B
Safety Precautions
106
106
106
Names of Parts
120
120
123
Preparation before Operation
126
126
126
129
129
129
Read before Operation
Operation
AUTO, DRY, COOL, HEAT, FAN
Operation
Adjusting the Air Flow Direction
—
—
139
POWERFUL Operation
141
141
141
OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET Operation
142
142
142
—
—
—
144
144
144
ECONO Operation
HOME LEAVE Operation
INTELLIGENT EYE Operation
—
—
—
TIMER Operation
154
154
154
Note for Multi System
156
156
156
170
172
174
Care
Care and Cleaning
Trouble Shooting
Trouble Shooting
Drawing No.
177
177
177
3P196326-8B
3P196326-9B
3P194444-5B
: Illustrations are for wall mounted type FTK(X)S50/60/71F as representative.
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2.1.2 Safety Precautions
Safety precautions
•
•
•
•
Keep this manual where the operator can easily find them.
Read this manual attentively before starting up the unit.
For safety reason the operator must read the following cautions carefully.
This manual classifies precautions into WARNING and CAUTION. Be sure to follow all precautions below: they are all
important for ensuring safety.
WARNING
CAUTION
If you do not follow these instructions exactly, the unit may If you do not follow these instructions exactly, the unit may
cause property damage, personal injury or loss of life.
cause minor or moderate property damage or personal injury.
Never do.
Be sure to follow the instructions.
Be sure to earth the air conditioner.
Never cause the air conditioner (including the remote
controller) to get wet.
Never touch the air conditioner (including the remote
controller) with a wet hand.
WARNING
• In order to avoid fire, explosion or injury, do not operate the unit when harmful, among which flammable or
corrosive gases, are detected near the unit.
• It is not good for health to expose your body to the air flow for a long time.
• Do not put a finger, a rod or other objects into the air outlet or inlet. As the fan is rotating at a high speed, it will
cause injury.
• Do not attempt to repair, relocate, modify or reinstall the air conditioner by yourself. Incorrect work will cause electric
shocks, fire etc.
For repairs and reinstallation, consult your Daikin dealer for advice and information.
• The refrigerant used in the air conditioner is safe. Although leaks should not occur, if for
some reason any refrigerant happens to leak into the room, make sure it does not come in
contact with any flame as of gas heaters, kerosene heaters or gas range.
• If the air conditioner is not cooling (heating) properly, the refrigerant may be leaking, so call your dealer.
When carrying out repairs accompanying adding refrigerant, check the content of the repairs with our service staff.
• Do not attempt to install the air conditioner by your self. Incorrect work will result in water leakage, electric shocks or
fire. For installation, consult the dealer or a qualified technician.
• In order to avoid electric shock, fire or injury, if you detect any abnormally such as smell of fire, stop the operation and
turn off the breaker. And call your dealer for instructions.
CAUTION
• The air conditioner must be earthed. Incomplete earthing may result in electric shocks. Do not connect the
earth line to a gas pipe, water pipe, lightning rod, or a telephone earth line.
• In order to avoid any quality deterioration, do not use the unit for cooling precision instruments, food, plants,
animals or works of art.
• Never expose little children, plants or animals directly to the air flow.
• Do not place appliances which produce open fire in places exposed to the air flow from the unit or under the
indoor unit. It may cause incomplete combustion or deformation of the unit due to the heat.
• Do not block air inlets nor outlets. Impaired air flow may result in insufficient performance or trouble.
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• Do not stand or sit on the outdoor unit. Do not place any object on the unit to avoid injury, do not remove the fan guard.
• Do not place anything under the indoor or outdoor unit that must be kept away from moisture. In certain conditions,
moisture in the air may condense and drip.
• After a long use, check the unit stand and fittings for damage.
• Do not touch the air inlet and aluminum fins of outdoor unit. It may cause injury.
• The appliance is not intended for use by young children or infirm persons without supervision.
• Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
• To avoid oxygen deficiency, ventilate the room sufficiently if equipment with burner is used together with the
air conditioner.
• Before cleaning, be sure to stop the operation, turn the breaker off or pull out the supply cord.
• Do not connect the air conditioner to a power supply different from the one as specified. It may cause trouble or fire.
• Depending on the environment, an earth leakage breaker must be installed. Lack of an earth leakage breaker may
result in electric shocks.
• Arrange the drain hose to ensure smooth drainage. Incomplete draining may cause wetting of the building, furniture
etc.
• Do not place objects in direct proximity of the outdoor unit and do not let leaves and other debris accumulate around
the unit.
Leaves are a hotbed for small animals which can enter the unit. Once in the unit, such animals can cause malfunctions, smoke or fire when making contact with electrical parts.
• Do not operate the air conditioner with wet hands.
• Do not wash the indoor unit with excessive water, only use a slightly wet cloth.
• Do not place things such as vessels containing water or anything else on top of the unit. Water may penetrate into the unit and degrade electrical insulations, resulting in an electric shock.
Installation site
■ To install the air conditioner in the following types of environments, consult the dealer.
• Places with an oily ambient or where steam or soot occurs.
• Salty environment such as coastal areas.
• Places where sulfide gas occurs such as hot springs.
• Places where snow may block the outdoor unit.
The drain from the outdoor unit must be discharged to a place of good drainage.
Consider nuisance to your neighbours from noises
■ For installation, choose a place as described below.
• A place solid enough to bear the weight of the unit which does not amplify the operation noise or vibration.
• A place from where the air discharged from the outdoor unit or the operation noise will not annoy
your neighbours.
Electrical work
• For power supply, be sure to use a separate power circuit dedicated to the air conditioner.
System relocation
• Relocating the air conditioner requires specialized knowledge and skills. Please consult the dealer if relocation is necessary for moving or remodeling.
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2.1.3 Names of Parts
FTK(X)S 20/25/35/50 D
Names of parts
„ Indoor Unit
1
2
3
4
5
7
11
10
6
9
8
16
14
13
15
ON/OFF
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„ Outdoor Unit
17
19
20
21
18
„
Indoor Unit
1. Air filter
2. Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic
Air-Purifying Filter:
• These filters are attached to the inside of the air
filters.
12. Indoor Unit ON/OFF switch:
• Push this switch once to start operation.
Push once again to stop it.
• The operation mode refers to the following
table.
Temperature Air flow
setting
rate
F(C)TKS COOL
22°C
AUTO
F(C)TXS AUTO
AUTO
25°C
3. Air inlet
Mode
4. Front panel
5. Panel tab
6. Room temperature sensor:
• It senses the air temperature around the unit.
7. INTELLIGENT EYE sensor:
• It detects the movements of people and automatically switches between normal operation
and energy saving operation.
8. Display
9. Air outlet
10. Flaps (horizontal blades)
11. Louvers (vertical blades):
• The louvers are inside of the air outlet.
• This switch is useful when the remote controller
is missing.
13. Operation lamp (green)
14. TIMER lamp (yellow)
15. INTELLIGENT EYE lamp (green)
16. Signal receiver:
• It receives signals from the remote controller.
• When the unit receives a signal, you will hear a
short beep.
• Operation start .............beep-beep
• Settings changed..........beep
• Operation stop ..............beeeeep
„ Outdoor Unit
17. Air inlet: (Back and side)
20. Drain hose
18. Air outlet
21. Earth terminal:
• It is inside of this cover.
19. Refrigerant piping and inter-unit cable
Appearance of the outdoor unit may differ from some models.
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„ Remote Controller
1
2
5
ECONO
ON/OFF
3
POWERFUL
TEMP
6
4
7
8
13
MODE
SWING
FAN
QUIET COMFORT SENSOR
ON
CANCEL
9
10
12
11
16
OFF
TIMER
18
17
15
14
<ARC433B50, B43>
1. Signal transmitter:
• It sends signals to the indoor unit.
2. Display:
• It displays the current settings.
(In this illustration, each section is shown with all
its displays ON for the purpose of explanation.)
3. ECONO button:
ECONO operation
4. POWERFUL button:
POWERFUL operation
5. TEMPERATURE adjustment buttons:
• It changes the temperature setting.
6. ON/OFF button:
• Press this button once to start operation.
Press once again to stop it.
7. MODE selector button:
• It selects the operation mode.
(AUTO/DRY/COOL/HEAT/FAN)
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8. QUIET button: OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET
operation
9. FAN setting button:
• It selects the air flow rate setting.
10. SWING button:
• Ajusting the Air Flow Direction.
11. COMFORT AIRFLOW button: COMFORT
AIRFLOW operation
12. SENSOR button: INTELLIGENT EYE operation
13. ON TIMER button
14. OFF TIMER button
15. TIMER Setting button:
• It changes the time setting.
16. TIMER CANCEL button:
• It cancels the timer setting.
17. CLOCK button
18. RESET button:
• Restart the unit if it freezes.
• Use a thin object to push.
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„ Indoor Unit
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17
22
19
20
21
18
„
Indoor Unit
1. Air filter
2. Air purifying filter with
photocatalytic deodorizing function:
• These filters are attached to the inside of the air
filters.
12. Indoor Unit ON/OFF switch:
• Push this switch once to start operation.
Push once again to stop it.
• The operation mode refers to the following
table.
3. Air inlet
Mode
4. Front panel
FTKS
FTXS
5. Panel tab
6. Room temperature sensor:
• It senses the air temperature around the unit.
7. INTELLIGENT EYE sensor:
• It detects the movements of people and automatically switches between normal operation
and energy saving operation.
8. Display
9. Air outlet
10. Flaps (horizontal blades)
11. Louvers (vertical blades):
• The louvers are inside of the air outlet.
COOL
AUTO
Temperature
setting
22°C
25°C
Air flow
rate
AUTO
AUTO
• This switch is useful when the remote controller
is missing.
13. Operation lamp (green)
14. TIMER lamp (yellow)
15. HOME LEAVE lamp (red)
16. Signal receiver:
• It receives signals from the remote controller.
• When the unit receives a signal, you will hear a
short beep.
• Operation start .............beep-beep
• Settings changed..........beep
• Operation stop ..............beeeeep
„ Outdoor Unit
17. Air inlet: (Back and side)
18. Air outlet
19. Refrigerant piping and inter-unit cable
20. Drain hose
21. Earth terminal:
• It is inside of this cover.
22. Outside air temperature sensor: (Back side)
• It senses the ambient temperature around the
unit.
Appearance of the outdoor unit may differ from some models.
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1
2
5
3
6
4
7
9
10
8
11
12
15
17
16
14
13
< ARC433B1, B2 >
1. Signal transmitter:
• It sends signals to the indoor unit.
2. Display:
• It displays the current settings.
(In this illustration, each section is shown with all
its displays ON for the purpose of explanation.)
3. HOME LEAVE button:
HOME LEAVE operation
4. POWERFUL button:
POWERFUL operation
5. TEMPERATURE adjustment buttons:
• It changes the temperature setting.
6. ON/OFF button:
• Press this button once to start operation.
Press once again to stop it.
7. MODE selector button:
• It selects the operation mode.
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8. QUIET button: OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation
9. FAN setting button:
• It selects the air flow rate setting.
10. SWING button
11. SENSOR button: INTELLIGENT EYE operation
12. ON TIMER button
13. OFF TIMER button
14. TIMER Setting button:
• It changes the time setting.
15. TIMER CANCEL button:
• It cancels the timer setting.
16. CLOCK button
17. RESET button:
• Restart the unit if it freezes.
• Use a thin object to push.
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Names of parts
„ Indoor Unit
3
2
4
1
5
6
10
11
9
7
8
12
16
13
15
14
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50/60 class
71 class
17
17
19
19
20
18
18
21
21
20
„ Indoor Unit
1. Air filter
2. Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic
Air-Purifying Filter
3. Air inlet
4. Front panel
5. Panel tab
14. HOME LEAVE lamp (red):
• Lights up when you use HOME LEAVE
Operation.
15. Indoor Unit ON/OFF switch:
• Push this switch once to start operation.
Push once again to stop it.
• The operation mode refer to the following table.
6. INTELLIGENT EYE sensor:
• It detects the movements of people and
automatically switches between normal operation
and energy saving operation.
Temperature
setting
FTKS COOL
22°C
25°C
FTXS AUTO
Mode
7. Room temperature sensor:
• It senses the air temperature around the unit.
8. Display
9. Air outlet
10. Flap (horizontal blade)
11. Louvers (vertical blades):
• The Louvers are inside of the air outlet.
12. Operation lamp (green)
13. TIMER lamp (yellow)
Air flow
rate
AUTO
AUTO
• This switch is useful when the remote controller
is missing.
16. Signal receiver:
• It receives signals from the remote controller.
• When the unit receives a signal, you will hear a
short beep.
• Operation start .............beep-beep
• Settings changed..........beep
• Operation stop ..............beeeeep
„ Outdoor Unit
17. Air inlet: (Back and side)
20. Drain hose
18. Air outlet
21. Earth terminal:
• It is inside of this cover.
19. Refrigerant piping and inter-unit cable
Appearance of the outdoor unit may differ from some models.
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„ Remote Controller
1
2
5
3
6
4
9
11
7
8
13
ON
CANCEL
12
10
16
OFF
TIMER
18
17
15
14
< ARC433B70, 71 >
1. Signal transmitter:
• It sends signals to the indoor unit.
2. Display:
• It displays the current settings.
(In this illustration, each section is shown with all
its displays ON for the purpose of explanation.)
3. HOME LEAVE button:
HOME LEAVE operation
4. POWERFUL button:
POWERFUL operation
5. TEMPERATURE adjustment buttons:
• It changes the temperature setting.
6. ON/OFF button:
• Press this button once to start operation.
Press once again to stop it.
7. MODE selector button:
• It selects the operation mode.
(AUTO/DRY/COOL/HEAT/FAN)
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8. QUIET button: OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET
operation
9. FAN setting button:
• It selects the air flow rate setting.
10. SENSOR button: INTELLIGENT EYE
operation
11. SWING button:
• Flap (Horizontal blade)
12. SWING button:
• Louver (Vertical blades)
13. ON TIMER button
14. OFF TIMER button
15. TIMER Setting button:
• It changes the time setting.
16. TIMER CANCEL button:
• It cancels the timer setting.
17. CLOCK button
18. RESET button:
• Restart the unit if it freezes.
• Use a thin object to push.
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Names of parts
„ Indoor Unit
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
(With the panel closed)
11
10
18
17
14
15
16
13
12
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„ Outdoor Unit
„ Indoor Unit
1. Air filter
• The operation mode refers to the following
table.
TemperaAir flow
Mode
ture setting
rate
F(C)TXG AUTO
25°C
AUTO
2. Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic
Air-Purifying Filter:
• These filters are attached to the inside of
the air filters.
• This switch is useful when the remote controller
is missing.
3. Air inlet
4. Front panel
6. Panel tab
13. Room temperature sensor:
• It senses the air temperature around the unit.
14. Operation lamp (green)
15. TIMER lamp (yellow)
7. Flap (horizontal blade)
16. INTELLIGENT EYE lamp (green)
8. Air outlet
17. INTELLIGENT EYE sensor:
• It detects the movements of people and automatically switches between normal operation
and energy saving operation.
5. Supporting plate:
• The supporting plate is used to support the
front panel during maintenance.
9. Louvers (vertical blades):
• The louvers are inside of the air outlet.
10. Outlet vent panel
11. Display
12. Indoor Unit ON/OFF switch:
• Push this switch once to start operation.
Push once again to stop it.
18. Signal receiver:
• It receives signals from the remote controller.
• When the unit receives a signal, you will hear a
short beep.
• Operation start .............beep-beep
• Settings changed..........beep
• Operation stop ..............beeeeep
„ Outdoor Unit
19. Air inlet: (Back and side)
22. Drain hose
20. Air outlet
23. Earth terminal:
• It is inside of this cover.
21. Refrigerant piping and inter-unit cable
Appearance of the outdoor unit may differ from some models.
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„ Remote Controller
QUIET
B
1. Signal transmitter:
• It sends signals to the indoor unit.
2. Display:
• It displays the current settings.
(In this illustration, each section is shown with all
its displays ON for the purpose of explanation.)
3. SENSOR button: INTELLIGENT EYE
operation
4. POWERFUL button:
POWERFUL operation
5. TEMPERATURE adjustment buttons:
• It changes the temperature setting.
6. ON/OFF button:
• Press this button once to start operation.
Press once again to stop it.
7. MODE selector button:
• It selects the operation mode.
(AUTO/DRY/COOL/HEAT/FAN)
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8. SILENT button: OUTDOOR UNIT SILENT
operation
9. FAN setting button:
• It selects the air flow rate setting.
10. SWING button:
• Flap (Horizontal blade)
11. SWING button:
• Louvers (Vertical blades)
12. COMFORT AIRFLOW mode button:
13. ON TIMER button
14. OFF TIMER button
15. TIMER Setting button:
• It changes the time setting.
16. TIMER CANCEL button:
• It cancels the timer setting.
17. CLOCK button
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Names of parts
„ Indoor Unit
1
5
2
4
3
6
8
7
9
10
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11
12
13
15
14
„
Indoor Unit
1. Air outlet
2. Air outlet grille: (Field supply)
• Appearance of the Air outlet grille and Air inlet
grille may differ with some models.
3. Display, Control panel
10. Indoor Unit ON/OFF switch:
• Push this switch once to start operation.
Push once again to stop it.
• This switch is useful when the remote controller
is missing.
4. Suction grille: (Option)
• Appearance of the suction grille and Air inlet
grille may differ with some models.
• The operation mode refers to the following table.
5. Air inlet
F(C)DKS COOL
F(C)DXS AUTO
6. Room temperature sensor:
• It senses the air temperature around the unit.
Mode
Temperature
setting
22°C
25°C
Air flow
rate
AUTO
AUTO
7. Operation lamp (green)
8. TIMER lamp (yellow)
9. HOME LEAVE lamp (red):
• LIghts up when you use HOME LEAVE
operation.
„ Outdoor Unit
11. Air inlet: (Back and side)
12. Refrigerant piping and inter-unit cable
14. Earth terminal:
• It is inside of this cover.
13. Drain hose
15. Air outlet
Appearance of the outdoor unit may differ from some models.
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„ Remote Controller
1
2
5
3
6
4
9
7
8
13
10
15
14
12
11
〈 ARC433B69, B76 〉
1. Signal transmitter:
• It sends signals to the indoor unit.
2. Display:
• It displays the current settings.
(In this illustration, each section is shown
with all its displays ON for the purpose of
explanation.)
3. HOME LEAVE button:
HOME LEAVE operation
4. POWERFUL button:
POWERFUL operation
5. TEMPERATURE adjustment buttons:
• It changes the temperature setting.
6. ON/OFF button:
• Press this button once to start operation.
Press once again to stop it.
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7. MODE selector button:
• It selects the operation mode.
(AUTO/DRY/COOL/HEAT/FAN)
8. QUIET button: OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET
operation
9. FAN setting button:
• It selects the air flow rate setting.
10. ON TIMER button
11. OFF TIMER button
12. TIMER Setting button:
• It changes the time setting.
13. TIMER CANCEL button:
• It cancels the timer setting.
14. CLOCK button
15. RESET button:
• Restart the unit if it freezes.
• Use a thin object to push.
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FLK(X)S 25/35/50/60 B
Names of parts
„ Indoor Unit
The indoor unit can be installed either to the ceiling or to a wall. The descriptions contained in this manual show the case when installation is being carried out to the ceiling. (The methods of operation used
are the same when installing to a wall.)
„ Opening the front panel
How to open the front panel
CAUTION
• Before opening the front panel, be sure to stop the operation and turn the breaker OFF.
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„ Outdoor Unit
„
Indoor Unit
1. Louvers (vertical blades):
The louvers are inside of the air outlet.
2. Air outlet
3. Flap (horizontal blade)
4. Panel tab
13. Indoor unit ON/OFF switch:
• Push this switch once to start operation.
Push once again to stop it.
• The operation mode refers to the following
table.
5. Air inlet
6. Display
FLKS
FLXS
7. Air filter
8. Photocatalytic deodorizing filter or
Air purifying filter:
• These filters are attached to the inside of the air
filters.
9. Front panel
10. Operation lamp (green)
11. TIMER lamp (yellow)
12. HOME LEAVE lamp (red):
Lights up when you use HOME LEAVE
Operation.
Temperature
setting
COOL
22°C
AUTO
25°C
Mode
Air flow
rate
AUTO
AUTO
• Push the switch using an object with a sharp
tip, such as a pen.
• This switch is useful when the remote controller
is missing.
14. Signal receiver:
• It receives signals from the remote controller.
• When the unit receives a signal, you will hear a
short beep.
• Operation start .............beep-beep
• Settings changed..........beep
• Operation stop ..............beeeeep
„ Outdoor Unit
15. Air inlet: (Back and side)
18. Drain hose
16. Air outlet
19. Earth terminal:
• It is inside of this cover.
17. Refrigerant piping and inter-unit cable
Appearance of the outdoor unit may differ from some models.
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„ Remote Controller
1
ON
2
C
5
HOME LEAVE
ON/OFF
3
POWERFUL
TEMP
MODE
QUIET
FAN
6
4
7
SWING
9
10
8
14
11
16
15
13
12
< ARC433B67, B68 >
1. Signal transmitter:
• It sends signals to the indoor unit.
2. Display:
• It displays the current settings.
(In this illustration, each section is shown
with all its displays ON for the purpose of
explanation.)
3. HOME LEAVE button:
HOME LEAVE operation
4. POWERFUL button:
POWERFUL operation
5. TEMPERATURE adjustment buttons:
• It changes the temperature setting.
6. ON/OFF button:
• Press this button once to start operation.
Press once again to stop it.
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7. MODE selector button:
• It selects the operation mode.
(AUTO/DRY/COOL/HEAT/FAN)
8. QUIET button: OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET
operation
9. FAN setting button:
• It selects the air flow rate setting.
10. SWING button
11. ON TIMER button
12. OFF TIMER button
13. TIMER Setting button:
• It changes the time setting.
14. TIMER CANCEL button:
• It cancels the timer setting.
15. CLOCK button
16. RESET button:
• Restart the unit if it freezes.
• Use a thin object to push.
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2.1.4 Preparation Before Operation
Preparation Before Operation
„ To set the batteries
1. Slide the front cover to take it off.
Position
and
correctly!
2
2. Set two dry batteries (AAA).
3. Set the front cover as before.
3
1
ATTENTION
„ About batteries
• When replacing the batteries, use batteries of the same type, and replace the two old batteries
together.
• When the system is not used for a long time, take the batteries out.
• We recommend replacing once a year, although if the remote controller display begins to fade or if
reception deteriorates, please replace with new alkali batteries. Using manganese batteries reduces
the lifespan.
• The attached batteries are provided for the initial use of the system.
The usable period of the batteries may be short depending on the manufactured date of the air
conditioner.
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Preparation Before Operation
„ To operate the remote
controller
• To use the remote controller, aim the transmitter at
the indoor unit. If there is anything to block signals
between the unit and the remote controller, such
as a curtain, the unit will not operate.
• Do not drop the remote controller. Do not get it wet.
• The maximum distance for communication is
about 7m.
Receiver
„ To fix the remote controller
holder on the wall
1. Choose a place from where the
signals reach the unit.
2. Fix the holder to a wall, a pillar, or
similar location with the screws
procured locally.
3. Place the remote controller in the
remote controller holder.
Remote controller
holder
Set.
To remove, pull it upwards.
ATTENTION
„ About remote controller
• Never expose the remote controller to direct sunlight.
• Dust on the signal transmitter or receiver will reduce the sensitivity. Wipe off dust with soft cloth.
• Signal communication may be disabled if an electronic-starter-type fluorescent lamp (such as
inverter-type lamps) is in the room. Consult the shop if that is the case.
• If the remote controller signals happen to operate another appliance, move that appliance to
somewhere else, or consult the shop.
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„ To set the clock
1. Press “CLOCK button”.
is displayed.
blinks.
2. Press “TIMER setting button” to
set the clock to the present time.
Holding down “ ” or “ ” button
rapidly increases or decreases the time
display.
3. Press “CLOCK button”.
blinks.
„ Turn the breaker ON
• Turning ON the breaker opens the flap, then
closes it again. (This is a normal procedure.)
2
ON
CANCEL
1, 3
OFF
TIMER
NOTE
„ Tips for saving energy
• Be careful not to cool (heat) the room too much.
Keeping the temperature setting at a moderate level helps save energy.
• Cover windows with a blind or a curtain.
Blocking sunlight and air from outdoors increases the cooling (heating) effect.
• Clogged air filters cause inefficient operation and waste energy. Clean them
once in about every two weeks.
Recommended temperature setting
For cooling:26°C – 28°C
For heating:20°C – 24°C
„ Please note
• The air conditioner always consumes 15-35 watts of electricity even while it is not operating.
• If you are not going to use the air conditioner for a long period, for example in spring or autumn, turn the breaker OFF.
• Use the air conditioner in the following conditions.
Mode
Operating conditions
If operation is continued out of this range
COOL
Outdoor temperature:〈2/3/MXS〉 –10 to 46°C
〈4/5MK(X)S〉 –10 to 46°C
〈RK(X)S〉 –10 to 46°C
Indoor temperature: 18 to 32°C
Indoor humidity: 80% max.
• A safety device may work to stop the operation.
(In multi system, it may work to stop the operation of the
outdoor unit only.)
• Condensation may occur on the indoor unit and drip.
HEAT
Outdoor temperature:〈2/3/4/5MXS〉 –15 to 15.5°C
〈RXS〉 –15 to 18°C
Indoor temperature: 10 to 30°C
• A safety device may work to stop the operation.
DRY
Outdoor temperature:〈2/3/MXS〉 –10 to 46°C
〈4/5MK(X)S〉 –10 to 46°C
〈RK(X)S〉 –10 to 46°C
Indoor temperature: 18 to 32°C
Indoor humidity: 80% max.
• A safety device may work to stop the operation.
• Condensation may occur on the indoor unit and drip.
• Operation outside this humidity or temperature range may cause a safety device to disable the system .
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2.1.5 AUTO • DRY • COOL • HEAT • FAN Operation
AUTO · DRY · COOL · HEAT · FAN Operation
The air conditioner operates with the operation mode of your
choice.
From the next time on, the air conditioner will operate with the
same operation mode.
„ To start operation
1. Press “MODE selector button”
and select a operation mode.
• Each pressing of the button advances the
mode setting in sequence.
4
: AUTO
2, 3
1
: DRY
: COOL
: HEAT
: FAN
5
ON
CANCEL
<FTKS>
OFF
TIMER
<FTXS>
2. Press “ON/OFF button”.
• The OPERATION lamp lights up.
„ To stop operation
3. Press “ON/OFF button” again.
• Then OPERATION lamp goes off.
„ To change the temperature setting
4. Press “TEMPERATURE adjustment button”.
DRY or FAN mode
AUTO or COOL or HEAT mode
Press “
“
The temperature setting is not variable.
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” to raise the temperature and press
” to lower the temperature.
Set to the temperature you like.
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„ To change the air flow rate setting
5. Press “FAN setting button”.
DRY mode
AUTO or HEAT or COOL or FAN mode
Five levels of air flow rate setting from “
plus “
”“
” to “
”
” are available.
The air flow rate setting is not variable.
• Indoor unit quiet operation
When the air flow is set to “
”, the noise from the indoor unit will become quieter.
Use this when making the noise quieter.
The unit might lose capacity when the air flow rate is set to a weak level.
NOTE
„ Note on HEAT operation
• Since this air conditioner heats the room by taking heat from outdoor air to indoors, the heating
capacity becomes smaller in lower outdoor temperatures. If the heating effect is insufficient, it is
recommended to use another heating appliance in combination with the air conditioner.
• The heat pump system heats the room by circulating hot air around all parts of the room. After the
start of heating operation, it takes some time before the room gets warmer.
• In heating operation, frost may occur on the outdoor unit and lower the heating capacity. In that case,
the system switches into defrosting operation to take away the frost.
• During defrosting operation, hot air does not flow out of indoor unit.
„ Note on COOL operation
• This air conditioner cools the room by blowing the hot air in the room outside, so if the
outside temperature is high, performance drops.
„ Note on DRY operation
• The computer chip works to rid the room of humidity while maintaining the temperature as
much as possible. It automatically controls temperature and fan strength, so manual
adjustment of these functions is unavailable.
„ Note on AUTO operation
• In AUTO operation, the system selects a temperature setting and an appropriate operation mode
(COOL or HEAT) based on the room temperature at the start of the operation.
• The system automatically reselects setting at a regular interval to bring the room temperature to
user-setting level.
• If you do not like AUTO operation, you can manually select the operation mode and setting
you like.
„ Note on air flow rate setting
• At smaller air flow rates, the cooling (heating) effect is also smaller.
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2.1.6 Adjusting the Air Flow Direction
FTK(X)S 20/25/35/50 D
Adjusting the Air Flow Direction
You can adjust the air flow direction to increase your comfort.
„ To adjust the horizontal
blades (flaps)
1. Press “SWING button”.
• “
” is displayed on the LCD and the flaps
will begin to swing.
2. When the flaps have reached the
desired position, press “SWING
button” once more.
ECONO
POWERFUL
ON/OFF
TEMP
• The flap will stop moving.
• “
” disappears from the LCD.
MODE
FAN
SWING
QUIET COMFORT SENSOR
1, 2
3, 4
ON
CANCEL
OFF
TIMER
„ To adjust the vertical blades
(louvers)
Hold the knob and move the louvers.
(You will find a knob on the left-side and the right-side blades.)
• When the unit is installed in the corner of a room,
the direction of the louvers should be facing away
from the wall.
If they face the wall, the wall will block off the wind,
causing the cooling (or heating) efficiency to drop.
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„ To start COMFORT AIRFLOW operation
3. Press “COMFORT AIRFLOW button”.
• The flap position will change, preventing air from blowing directly on the occupants of the room.
• “
” is displayed on the LCD.
〈COOL/DRY〉 The flap will go up.
〈HEAT〉 The flap will go down.
„ To cancel COMFORT AIRFLOW operation
4. Press “COMFORT AIRFLOW button” again.
• The flaps will return to the memory position from before COMFORT AIRFLOW mode.
• “
” disappears from the LCD.
Notes on COMFORT AIRFLOW operation
• POWERFUL operation and COMFORT AIRFLOW operation cannot be used at the same time.
Priority is given to POWERFUL operation.
Notes on flaps and louvers angles
• When “ SWING button ” is selected, the flaps
swinging range depends on the operation mode.
(See the figure.)
„ ATTENTION
• Always use a remote controller to adjust the flaps
angle. If you attempt to move it forcibly with hand
when it is swinging, the mechanism may be broken.
• Be careful when adjusting the louvers. Inside the
air outlet, a fan is rotating at a high speed.
In DRY mode or COOL mode
When stop operation
10°
Upper limit
50°
Lower limit
In HEAT mode
When stop operation
30°
Upper limit
65°
Lower limit
In FAN mode
When stop operation 5°
Upper limit
70°
Lower limit
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Adjusting the Air Flow Direction
You can adjust the air flow direction to increase your comfort.
„ To adjust the horizontal
blades (flaps)
1. Press “SWING button”.
• “
” is displayed on the LCD and the
flaps will begin to swing.
2. When the flaps have reached the
desired position, press “SWING
button” once more.
• The flap will stop moving.
• “
Operation Manual
” disappears from the LCD.
1, 2
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„ To adjust the vertical blades
(louvers)
Hold the knob and move the louvers.
(You will find a knob on the left-side and the right-side blades.)
Notes on flaps and louvers angles.
• When “ SWING button ” is selected, the flaps
swinging range depends on the operation mode.
(See the figure.)
„ ATTENTION
• Always use a remote controller to adjust the flaps
angle. If you attempt to move it forcibly with hand
when it is swinging, the mechanism may be broken.
• Be careful when adjusting the louvers. Inside the
air outlet, a fan is rotating at a high speed.
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Adjusting the Air Flow Direction
You can adjust the air flow direction to increase your
comfort.
„ To adjust the horizontal
blade (flap)
1. Press “SWING button
• “
”.
” is displayed on the LCD and the
flaps will begin to swing.
2. When the flap has reached the
desired position,
press “SWING button
” once
more.
1, 2
• The flap will stop moving.
• “
3, 4
” disappears from the LCD.
ON
CANCEL
OFF
TIMER
„ To adjust the vertical blades (louvers)
3. Press “SWING button
• “
”.
” is displayed on the LCD.
4. When the louvers have reached the desired position, press the
“SWING button
” once more.
• The louvers will stop moving.
• “
” disappears from the LCD.
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„ To 3-D Airflow
1. 3. Press the “SWING button
” and the “SWING button
”:
the “ ” and “
” display will light up and the flap and louvers will
move in turn.
„ To cancel 3-D Airflow
2. 4. Press either the “SWING button
” or the “SWING button
”.
Notes on louvers angles
„ ATTENTION
• Always use a remote controller to adjust the louvers angles. In side the air outlet, a fan is rotating at a
high speed.
Notes on flap angle
• When “SWING button” is selected, the flaps swinging
range depends on the operation mode. (See the figure.)
Three-Dimensional (3-D) Airflow
• Using three-dimensional airflow circulates cold air,
which tends to collected at the bottom of the room, and
hot air, which tends to collect near the ceiling,
throughout the room, preventing areas of cold and hot
developing.
„ ATTENTION
• Always use a remote controller to adjust the flaps angle.
If you attempt to move it forcibly with hand when it is
swinging, the mechanism may be broken.
• Be careful when adjusting the louvers. Inside the air
outlet, fan is rotating at a high speed.
In COOL or DRY mode
STOP
COOL
approx. 10°~40°
DRY
approx. 5°~35°
In HEAT or FAN mode
STOP
HEAT
approx. 15°~55°
FAN
approx. 5°~55°
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Adjusting the Air Flow Direction
You can adjust the air flow direction to increase your
comfort.
„ To adjust the horizontal
blade (flap)
1. Press “SWING button
• “
”.
” is displayed on the LCD.
2. When the flap has reached the
desired position,
press “SWING button
” once
more.
• The flap will stop moving.
• “
1, 2
” disappears from the LCD.
QUIET
3, 4
5, 6
„ To adjust the vertical
blades (louvers)
3. Press “SWING button
• “
”.
” is displayed on th e LCD.
4. When the louvers have reached the desired position, press the
“SWING button
” once more.
• The louvers will stop moving.
„ To 3-D Airflow
1. 3. Press the “SWING button
” and the “SWING button
”:
the “
” and “
” display will light up and the flap and louvers will
move in turn.
„ To cancel 3-D Airflow
2. 4. Press either the “SWING button
Operation Manual
” or the “SWING button
”.
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„ To start COMFORT AIRFLOW operation
5. Press “COMFORT AIRFLOW button”.
• The flap orientation will change, preventing air from blowing directly on the occupants of the
room.
• “
” is displayed on the LCD.
〈COOL/DRY〉 The flap will go up.
〈HEAT〉 The flap will go down.
„ To cancel COMFORT AIRFLOW operation
6. Press “COMFORT AIRFLOW button” again.
• The flaps will return to the memory position from before COMFORT AIRFLOW mode.
• “
” disappears from the LCD.
NOTE
• When “SWING button ” is selected, the flap swinging
range depends on the operation mode. (See the figure.)
Three-Dimensional (3-D) Airflow
• Using three-dimensional airflow circulates cold air, which
tends to collected at the bottom of the room, and hot air,
which tends to collect near the ceiling, throughout the
room, preventing areas of cold and hot developing.
Comfort Airflow
• The air flow is set automatically.
• The air direction is as shown in the figure at right.
„ ATTENTION
• Always use a remote controller to adjust the flap angle.
If you attempt to move it forcibly with hand w hen it is
swinging, the mechanism may be broken.
• Always use a remote controller to adjust the louvers
angles.
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FLK(X)S 25/35/50/60 B
Adjusting the Air Flow Direction
You can adjust the air flow direction to increase your
comfort.
„ To adjust the horizontal
blade (flap)
ON
C
1. Press “SWING button”.
• “
” is displayed on the LCD and the
flaps will begin to swing.
HOME LEAVE
2. When the flaps have reached the
desired position, press “SWING
button” once more.
• The flap will stop moving.
• “
Operation Manual
” disappears from the LCD.
ON/OFF
POWERFUL
TEMP
MODE
QUIET
FAN
SWING
1, 2
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„ To adjust the vertical blades
(louvers)
• When adjusting the louver, use a robust and stable stool and
watch your steps carefully.
Hold the knob and move the louvers.
(You will find a knob on the left side and the right side blades.)
Notes on flap and louvers angles.
• Unless [SWING] is selected, you should set the
flap at a near- horizontal angle in COOL or DRY
mode to obtain the best performance.
• In COOL or DRY mode, if the flap is fixed at a
downward position, the flap automatically moves
in about 60 minutes to prevent condensation on it.
„ ATTENTION
• Always use a remote controller to adjust the flap
angle.
If you attempt to move it forcibly with hand when it
is swinging, the mechanism may be broken.
• Be careful when adjusting the louvers. Inside the
air outlet, a fan is rotating at a high speed.
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2.1.7 POWERFUL Operation
POWERFUL Operation
POWERFUL operation quickly maximizes the cooling
(heating) effect in any operation mode. You can get the
maximum capacity.
„ To start POWERFUL
operation
1. Press “POWERFUL button”.
• POWERFUL operation ends in 20 minutes.
Then the system automatically operates
again with the settings which were used
before POWERFUL operation.
• When using Powerful operation, there are
some functions which are not available.
• “
” is displayed on the LCD.
„ To cancel POWERFUL
operation
2. Press “POWERFUL button”
again.
• “
1, 2
ON
CANCEL
OFF
TIMER
” disappears from the LCD.
NOTE
„ Notes on POWERFUL operation
• POWERFUL Operation cannot be used together with QUIET Operation. Priority is given to
the function of whichever button is pressed last.
• POWERFUL Operation can only be set when the unit is running. Pressing the operation stop button
causes the settings to be canceled, and the “ ” disappears from the LCD.
• In COOL and HEAT mode
To maximize the cooling (heating) effect, the capacity of outdoor unit must be increased
and the air flow rate be fixed to the maximum setting.
The temperature and air flow settings are not variable.
• In DRY mode
The temperature setting is lowered by 2.5°C and the air flow rate is slightly increased.
• In FAN mode
The air flow rate is fixed to the maximum setting.
• When using priority-room setting
See “Note for multi system”.
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2.1.8 OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET Operation
OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET Operation
OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation lowers the noise
level of the outdoor unit by changing the frequency and
fan speed on the outdoor unit. This function is
convenient during night.
„ To start OUTDOOR UNIT
QUIET operation
1. Press “QUIET button”.
• “
” is displayed on the LCD.
„ To cancel OUTDOOR UNIT
QUIET operation
2. Press “QUIET button” again.
• “
” disappears from the LCD.
1, 2
ON
CANCEL
OFF
TIMER
NOTE
„ Note on OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation
• If using a multi system, this function will work only when the OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET
operation is set on all operated indoor units.
However, if using priority-room setting, see “Note for multi system”
• This function is available in COOL, HEAT, and AUTO modes.
(This is not available in FAN and DRY mode.)
• POWERFUL operation and OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation cannot be used at the
same time.
Priority is given to the function of whichever button is pressed last.
• If operation is stopped using the remote controller or the main unit ON/OFF switch when
using OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation, “
” will remain on the remote controller
display.
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2.1.9 ECONO Operation
ECONO Operation
ECONO operation is a function which enables efficient operation by lowering the maximum power consumption value.
„ To start ECONO operation
1. Press “ECONO button” .
•“
” is displayed on the LCD.
„ To cancel ECONO operation
2. Press “ECONO button” again.
•“
” disappears from the LCD.
1, 2
ECONO
POWERFUL
ON/OFF
TEMP
MODE
SWING
FAN
QUIET COMFORT SENSOR
ON
CANCEL
OFF
TIMER
NOTE
• ECONO Operation can only be set when the unit is running. Pressing the operation stop
button causes the settings to be canceled, and the “ ” disappears from the LCD.
• ECONO operation is a function which enables efficient operation by limiting the power
consumption of the outdoor unit (operating frequency).
• ECONO operation functions in AUTO, COOL, DRY, and HEAT modes.
• POWERFUL operation and ECONO operation cannot be used at the same time.
Priority is given to the function of whichever button is pressed last.
• Power consumption may not drop even if ECONO operation is used, when the level of
power consumption is already low.
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2.1.10 HOME LEAVE Operation
HOME LEAVE Operation
HOME LEAVE operation is a function which allows you to record your preferred temperature and air
flow rate settings.
„ To start HOME LEAVE
operation
1. Press “HOME LEAVE button”.
• “
” is displayed on the LCD.
• The HOME LEAVE lamp lights up.
1, 2
„ To cancel HOME LEAVE
operation
2. Press “HOME LEAVE button” again.
• “
” disappears from the LCD.
ON
• The HOME LEAVE lamp goes off.
CANCEL
OFF
TIMER
Before using HOME LEAVE operation.
„ To set the temperature and air flow rate for HOME LEAVE operation
When using HOME LEAVE operation for the first time, please set the temperature and air flow rate
for HOME LEAVE operation. Record your preferred temperature and air flow rate.
Initial setting
temperature
Selectable range
Air flow rate
temperature
Air flow rate
Cooling
25°C
“
”
18-32°C
5 step, “
” and “
”
Heating
25°C
“
”
10-30°C
5 step, “
” and “
”
1. Press “HOME LEAVE button”. Make sure “ ” is displayed in the remote
controller display.
2. Adjust the set temperature with “
” or “
” as you like.
3. Adjust the air flow rate with “FAN” setting button as you like.
Home leave operation will run with these settings the next time you use the unit. To change
the recorded information, repeat steps 1 – 3.
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„ What’s the HOME LEAVE operation?
Is there a set temperature and air flow rate which is most comfortable, a set temperature and air flow rate which
you use the most? HOME LEAVE operation is a function that allows you to record your favorite set temperature
and air flow rate. You can start your favorite operation mode simply by pressing the HOME LEAVE button on the
remote controller. This function is convenient in the following situations.
„ Useful in these cases
1.Use as an energy-saving mode.
Set the temperature 2-3°C higher (cooling) or lower (heating) than normal. Setting the fan strength to the lowest
setting allows the unit to be used in energy-saving mode. Also convenient for use while you are out or sleeping.
• Every day before you leave the house...
When you go out, push the “HOME LEAVE
Operation” button, and the air conditioner
will adjust capacity to reach the preset
temperature for HOME LEAVE Operation.
When you return, you will be
welcomed by a comfortably air
conditioned room.
Push the “HOME LEAVE Operation”
button again, and the air conditioner
will adjust capacity to the set
temperature for normal operation.
The unit will maintain the
temperature in the room at a
comfortable level while you sleep.
When you enter the living room in the
morning, the temperature will be just right.
• Before bed...
Set the unit to HOME LEAVE
Operation before leaving the living
room when going to bed.
Disengaging HOME LEAVE Operation
will return the temperature to that set
for normal operation. Even the coldest
winters will pose no problem!
2.Use as a favorite mode.
Once you record the temperature and air flow rate settings you most often use, you can retrieve them by
pressing HOME LEAVE button. You do not have to go through troublesome remote control operations.
NOTE
• Once the temperature and air flow rate for HOME LEAVE operation are set, those settings will be
used whenever HOME LEAVE operation is used in the future. To change these settings, please refer
to the “Before using HOME LEAVE operation” section above.
• HOME LEAVE operation is only available in COOL and HEAT mode. Cannot be used in AUTO, DRY,
and FAN mode.
• HOME LEAVE operation runs in accordance with the previous operation mode (COOL or HEAT)
before using HOME LEAVE operation.
• HOME LEAVE operation and POWERFUL operation cannot be used at the same time.
Last button that was pressed has priority.
• The operation mode cannot be changed while HOME LEAVE operation is being used.
• When operation is shut off during HOME LEAVE operation, using the remote controller or the indoor
unit ON/OFF switch, “ ” will remain on the remote controller display.
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2.1.11 INTELLIGENT EYE Operation
FTK(X)S 20/25/35/50 D
INTELLIGENT EYE Operation
“INTELLIGENT EYE” is the infrared sensor which
detects the human movement.
„ To start INTELLIGENT EYE
operation
1. Press “SENSOR button”.
• “
” is displayed on the LCD.
„ To cancel the
INTELLIGENT EYE
operation
2. Press “SENSOR button” again.
• “
” disappears from the LCD.
[EX.]
ECONO
POWERFUL
ON/OFF
TEMP
MODE
FAN
SWING
QUIET COMFORT SENSOR
1, 2
ON
CANCEL
When somebody in the room
OFF
• Normal operation.
TIMER
When nobody in the room
• 20 min. after, start energy
saving
operation.
Somebody back in the room
• Back to normal operation.
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INTELLIGENT EYE Operation
“INTELLIGENT EYE” is useful for Energy Saving
„ Energy saving operation
• Change the temperature –2°C in heating / +2°C in cooling / +2°C in dry mode from set temperature.
• Decrease the air flow rate slightly in fan operation. (In FAN mode only)
Notes on “INTELLIGENT EYE”
• Application range is as follows.
Vertical angle 90°
(Side View)
Horizontal angle 110°
(Top View)
90°
7m
55° 55°
7m
• Sensor may not detect moving objects further than 7m away. (Check the application range)
• Sensor detection sensitivity changes according to indoor unit location, the speed of passersby, temperature range, etc.
• The sensor also mistakenly detects pets, sunlight, fluttering curtains and light reflected off of
mirrors as passersby.
• INTELLIGENT EYE operation will not go on during powerful operation.
• Night set mode will not go on during you use INTELLIGENT EYE operation.
CAUTION
• Do not place large objects near the sensor.
Also keep heating units or humidifiers outside the sensor’s detection area. This sensor can
detect objects it shouldn’t as well as not detect objects it should.
• Do not hit or violently push the INTELLIGENT EYE sensor. This can lead to damage and
malfunction.
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FTK(X)S 20/25/35 C
INTELLIGENT EYE Operation
“INTELLIGENT EYE” is the infrared sensor which
detects the human movement.
„ To start INTELLIGENT
EYE operation
1. Press “SENSOR button”.
• “
” is displayed on the LCD.
„ To cancel the
INTELLIGENT EYE
operation
2. Press “SENSOR button” again.
• “
” disappears from the LCD.
1, 2
[EX.]
When somebody in the room
• Normal operation
When nobody in the room
• 20 min. after, start energy
saving
operation.
Somebody back in the room
• Back to normal operation.
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„ To adjust the angle of the INTELLIGENT EYE sensor
• You can adjust the angle of the INTELLIGENT EYE
sensor to increase the detection area.
(Adjustable angle: 15° to right and left of
centre)
• Gently push and slide the sensor to adjust the
angle.
• After adjusting the angle, wipe the sensor gently
with a clean cloth, being careful not to scratch
the sensor.
“INTELLIGENT EYE” is useful for Energy Saving.
„ Energy saving operation
• Change the temperature –2°C in heating / +2°C in cooling / +1°C in dry mode from set temperature.
• Decrease the air flow rate slightly in fan operation. (In FAN mode only)
Notes on “INTELLIGENT EYE”.
• Application range is as follows.
• Sensor may not detect moving objects further than 5m away. (Check the application range)
• Sensor detection sensitivity changes according to indoor unit location, the speed of passersby, temperature range, etc.
• The sensor also mistakenly detects pets, sunlight, fluttering curtains and light reflected off of
mirrors as passersby.
• INTELLIGENT EYE operation will not go on during powerful operation.
• Night set mode will not go on during you use INTELLIGENT EYE operation.
CAUTION
• Do not place large objects near the sensor.
Also keep heating units or humidifiers outside the sensor’s detection area. This sensor can
detect objects it shouldn’t as well as not detect objects it should.
• Do not hit or violently push the INTELLIGENT EYE sensor. This can lead to damage and
malfunction.
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FTK(X)S 50/60/71 F
INTELLIGENT EYE Operation
“INTELLIGENT EYE” is the infrared sensor which
detects the human movement.
„ To start INTELLIGENT
EYE operation
1. Press “SENSOR button”.
• “
” is displayed on the LCD.
„ To cancel the
INTELLIGENT EYE
operation
2. Press “SENSOR button” again.
• “
” disappears from the LCD.
[EX.]
1, 2
ON
When somebody in the room
CANCEL
OFF
TIMER
• Normal operation
When nobody in the room
• 20 min. after, start energy
saving
operation.
Somebody back in the room
• Back to normal operation.
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“INTELLIGENT EYE” is useful for Energy Saving.
„ Energy saving operation
• Change the temperature –2°C in heating / +2°C in cooling / +1°C in dry mode from set temperature.
• Decrease the air flow rate slightly in fan operation. (In FAN mode only)
Notes on “INTELLIGENT EYE”
• Application range is as follows.
Vertical angle 90°
(Side View)
Horizontal angle 110°
(Top View)
90°
7m
55° 55°
7m
• Sensor may not detect moving objects further than 7m away. (Check the application range)
• Sensor detection sensitivity changes according to indoor unit location, the speed of
passersby, temperature range, etc.
• The sensor also mistakenly detects pets, sunlight, fluttering curtains and light reflected off of
mirrors as passersby.
• INTELLIGENT EYE operation will not go on during powerful operation.
• Night set mode will not go on during you use INTELLIGENT EYE operation.
CAUTION
• Do not place large objects near the sensor.
Also keep heating units or humidifiers outside the sensor’s detection area. This sensor can
detect objects it shouldn’t as well as not detect objects it should.
• Do not hit or violently push the INTELLIGENT EYE sensor. This can lead to damage and
malfunction.
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FTXG 25/35 E, CTXG 50 E
INTELLIGENT EYE Operation
“INTELLIGENT EYE” is the infrared sensor which
detects the human movement.
„ To start INTELLIGENT
EYE operation
1. Press “SENSOR button”.
• “
” is displayed on the L CD.
„ To cancel the
INTELLIGENT EYE
operation
1, 2
2. Press “SENSOR button” again.
• “
” disappears from the LCD.
QUIET
[EX.]
When somebody in the room
• Normal operation.
• The INTELLIGENT EYE lamp lights up.
When somebody in the room
• 20 min. after, start energy
saving
operation.
• The INTELLIGENT EYE lamp goes off.
Somebody back in the room
• Back to normal operation.
• The INTELLIGENT EYE lamp lights up.
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“INTELLIGENT EYE” is useful for Energy Saving
„ Energy saving operation
• Change the temperature –2°C in heating / +2°C in cooling / +2°C in dry mode from set temperature.
• Decrease the air flow rate slightly in fan operation. (In FAN mode only)
Notes on “INTELLIGENT EYE”
• Application range is as follows.
• Sensor may not detect moving objects further than 7m away. (Check the application range)
• Sensor detection sensitivity changes according to indoor unit location, the speed of
passersby, temperature range, etc.
• The sensor also mistakenly detects pets, sunlight, fluttering curtains and light reflected off of
mirrors as passersby.
• INTELLIGENT EYE operation will not go on during powerful operation.
• Night set mode will not go on during you use INTELLIGENT EYE operation.
CAUTION
• Do not place large objects near the sensor.
Also keep heating units or humidifiers outside the sensor’s detection area. T his sensor can
detect objects it shouldn’t as well as not detect objects it should.
• Do not hit or violently push the INTELLIGENT EYE sensor. This can lead to damage and
malfunction.
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2.1.12 TIMER Operation
TIMER Operation
Timer functions are useful for automatically switching the
air conditioner on or off at night or in the morning. You can
also use OFF TIMER and ON TIMER in combination.
„ To use OFF TIMER
operation
• Check that the clock is correct.
If not, set the clock to the present time.
1. Press “OFF TIMER button”.
is displayed.
blinks.
2. Press “TIMER Setting button”
until the time setting reaches the
point you like.
• Every pressing of either button increases
or decreases the time setting by 10
minutes. Holding down either button
changes the setting rapidly.
ON
CANCEL
2
4
OFF
TIMER
3. Press “OFF TIMER button”
again.
1, 3
• The TIMER lamp lights up.
„ To cancel the OFF TIMER Operation
4. Press “CANCEL button”.
• The TIMER lamp goes off.
NOTE
• When TIMER is set, the present time is not displayed.
• Once you set ON, OFF TIMER, the time setting is kept in the memory. (The memory is canceled when
remote controller batteries are replaced.)
• When operating the unit via the ON/OFF Timer, the actual length of operation may vary from the time
entered by the user. (Maximum approx. 10 minutes)
„ NIGHT SET MODE
When the OFF TIMER is set, the air conditioner automatically adjusts the temperature setting (0.5°C
up in COOL, 2.0°C down in HEAT) to prevent excessive cooling (heating) for your pleasant sleep.
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„ To use ON TIMER operation
• Check that the clock is correct. If not, set the
clock to the present time.
1. Press “ON TIMER button”.
is displayed.
blinks.
2. Press “TIMER Setting button”
until the time setting reaches the
point you like.
• Every pressing of either button increases or
decreases the time setting by 10 minutes.
Holding down either button changes the
setting rapidly.
3. Press “ON TIMER button” again.
• The TIMER lamp lights up.
1, 3
ON
CANCEL
4
OFF
TIMER
2
„ To cancel ON TIMER operation
4. Press “CANCEL button”.
• The TIMER lamp goes off.
„ To combine ON TIMER and OFF TIMER
• A sample setting for combining the two timers is shown below.
Display
(Example)
Present time: 11:00 p.m.
(The unit operating)
OFF TIMER at 0:00 a.m.
ON TIMER at 7:00 a.m.
Combined
ATTENTION
„ In the following cases, set the timer again.
• After a breaker has turned OFF.
• After a power failure.
• After replacing batteries in the remote controller.
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2.1.13 Note for Multi System
Note for Multi System
〈〈
What is a “Multi System”?
〉〉
This system has one outdoor unit connected to multiple indoor units.
„ Selecting the Operation Mode
1. With the Priority Room Setting
present but inactive or not present.
A
room
Outdoor
unit
Living
room
B
room
When more than one indoor unit is operating, priority is
given to the first unit that was turned on.
C
room
In this case, set the units that are turned on later to the
same operation mode (*1) as the first unit.
Otherwise, they will enter the Standby Mode, and the operation lamp will flash; this does not indicate malfunction.
(*1)
• COOL, DRY and FAN mode may be used at the same time.
• AUTO mode automatically selects COOL mode or HEAT mode based on the room temperature.
Therefore, AUTO mode is available when selecting the same operation mode as that of the room
with the first unit to be turned on.
〈CAUTION〉
Normally, the operation mode in the room where the unit is first run is given priority, but the following situations are
exceptions, so please keep this in mind.
If the operation mode of the first room is FAN Mode, then using Heating Mode in any room after this will give priority to
heating. In this situation, the air conditioner running in FAN Mode will go on standby, and the operation lamp will flash.
2. With the Priority Room Setting active.
See “Priority Room Setting” on the next page.
„ NIGHT QUIET Mode (Available only for cooling operation)
NIGHT QUIET Mode requires initial programming during installation. Please consult your retailer or dealer for assistance.
NIGHT QUIET Mode reduces the operation noise of the outdoor unit during the night time hours to prevent
annoyance to neighbors.
• The NIGHT QUIET Mode is activated when the temperature drops 5°C or more below the highest temperature
recorded that day. Therefore, when the temperature difference is less than 5°C, this function will not be activated.
• NIGHT QUIET Mode reduces slightly the cooling efficiency of the unit.
„ OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET Operation
1. With the Priority Room Setting present but inactive or not present.
When using the OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation feature with the Multi system, set all indoor units to
OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation using their remote controllers.
When clearing OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation, clear one of the operating indoor units using their remote controller.
However OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation display remains on the remote controller for other rooms.
We recommend you release all rooms using their remote controllers.
2. With the Priority Room Setting active.
See “Priority Room Setting” on the next page.
„ Cooling / Heating Mode Lock (Available only for heat pump models)
The Cooling / Heating Mode Lock requires initial programming during installation.Please consult your retailer or dealer
for assistance. The Cooling / Heating Mode Lock sets the unit forcibly to either Cooling or Heating Mode. This function
is convenient when you wish to set all indoor units connected to the Multi system to the same operation mode.
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„ Priority Room Setting
The Priority Room Setting requires initial programming during installation. Please consult your
retailer or dealer for assistance.
The room designated as the Priority Room takes priority in the following situations;
1. Operation Mode Priority.
As the operation mode of the Priority Room takes precedence, the user can select a different
operation mode from other rooms.
〈Example〉
* Room A is the Priority Room in the examples.
When COOL mode is selected in Room A while operating the following modes in Room B,C and D :
Operation mode in Room B, C and D
COOL or DRY or FAN
Status of Room B, C and D when the unit in Room A is in COOL mode
Current operation mode maintained
HEAT
The unit enters Standby Mode. Operation resumes when the
Room A unit stops operating.
AUTO
If the unit is set to COOL mode, operation continues. If set to
HEAT mode, it enters Standby Mode. Operation resumes when
the Room A unit stops operating.
2. Priority when POWERFUL operation is used.
〈Example〉
* Room A is the Priority Room in the examples.
The indoor units in Rooms A,B,C and D are all operating. If the unit in Room A enters POWERFUL
operation, operation capacity will be concentrated in Room A. In such a case, the cooling (heating)
efficiency of the units in Rooms B,C and D may be slightly reduced.
3. Priority when using OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation.
〈Example〉
* Room A is the Priority Room in the examples.
Just by setting the unit in Room A to QUIET operation, the air conditioner starts OUTDOOR UNIT
QUIET operation.
You don’t have to set all the operated indoor units to QUIET operation.
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FTK(X)S 20/25/35/50 D
Care and Cleaning
CAUTION
Before cleaning, be sure to stop the operation and
turn the breaker OFF.
Units
„ Indoor unit, Outdoor unit and Remote controller
1. Wipe them with dry soft cloth.
„ Front panel
1. Open the front panel.
• Hold the panel by the tabs on the two sides and lift
it until it stops with a click.
2. Remove the front panel.
• Lift the front panel up, slide it slightly to the
right, and remove it from the horizontal axle.
3. Clean the front panel.
• Wipe it with a soft cloth soaked in water.
• Only neutral detergent may be used.
• In case of washing the panel with water, dry it with
cloth, dry it up in the shade after washing.
4. Attach the front panel.
• Set the 2 keys of the front panel into the slots and
push them in all the way.
• Close the front panel slowly and push the panel at
the 3 points.
(1 on each side and 1 in the middle.)
Fit the key
into the slot.
CAUTION
•
•
•
•
Don’t touch the metal parts of the indoor unit. If you touch those parts, this may cause an injury.
When removing or attaching the front panel, use a robust and stable stool and watch your steps carefully.
When removing or attaching the front panel, support the panel securely with hand to prevent it from falling.
For cleaning, do not use hot water above 40°C, benzine, gasoline, thinner, nor other volatile oils, polishing compound, scrubbing brushes, nor other hand stuff.
• After cleaning, make sure that the front panel is securely fixed.
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Filters
1. Open the front panel.
2. Pull out the air filters.
• Push a little upwards the tab at the center of each air
filter, then pull it down.
3. Take off the Titanium Apatite
Photocatalytic Air-Purifying Filter.
• Hold the recessed parts of the frame and unhook
the four claws.
Titanium Apatite
Photocatalytic
Air-Purifying Filter
4. Clean or replace each filter.
See figure.
Air filter
Filter frame
Tab
5. Set the air filter and Titanium Apatite
Photocatalytic Air-Purifying Filter as
they were and close the front panel.
Push
• Insert claws of the filters into slots of the front panel.
Close the front panel slowly and push the panel at
the 3 points. (1 on each side and 1 in the middle.)
„ Air Filter
1. Wash the air filters with water or clean them with
vacuum cleaner.
• If the dust does not come off easily, wash them with neutral detergent
thinned with lukewarm water, then dry them up in the shade.
• It is recommended to clean the air filters every two weeks.
„ Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic
Air-Purifying Filter.
Tab
The Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic Air-Purifying Filter can be renewed
by washing it with water once every 6 months. We recommend replacing it once every 3 years.
[ Maintenance ]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove dust with a vacuum cleaner and wash lightly with water.
If it is very dirty, soak it for 10 to 15 minutes in water mixed with a neutral cleaning agent.
Do not remove filter from frame when washing with water.
After washing, shake off remaining water and dry in the shade.
Since the material is made out of paper, do not wring out the filter when removing water from it.
[ Replacement ]
1. Remove the tabs on the filter frame and replace with a new filter.
• Dispose of the old filter as flammable waste.
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NOTE
• Operation with dirty filters:
(1) cannot deodorize the air.
(2) cannot clean the air.
(3) results in poor heating or cooling. (4) may cause odour.
• To order Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic Air-Purifying Filter contact to the service shop
there you bought the air conditioner.
• Dispose of old filters as burnable waste.
Item
Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic Air-Purifying Filter.
(without frame) 1 set
Part No.
KAF970A46
Check
Check that the base, stand and other fittings of the outdoor unit are not decayed or corroded.
Check that nothing blocks the air inlets and the outlets of the indoor unit and the outdoor unit.
Check that the drain comes smoothly out of the drain hose during COOL or DRY operation.
• If no drain water is seen, water may be leaking from the indoor unit. Stop operation and consult the service shop if this is the case.
„ Before a long idle period
1. Operate the “FAN only” for several hours on a fine day to dry out the
inside.
• Press “MODE selector button” and select “FAN” operation.
• Press “ON/OFF button” and start operation.
2. After operation stops, turn off the breaker for the room air conditioner.
3. Clean the air filters and set them again.
4. Take out batteries from the remote controller.
• When a multi outdoor unit is connected, make sure the heating operation is not used at the
other room before you use the fan operation.
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FTK(X)S 20/25/35 C
Care and Cleaning
CAUTION
Before cleaning, be sure to stop the operation and
turn the breaker OFF.
Units
„ Indoor unit, Outdoor unit and Remote controller
1. Wipe them with dry soft cloth.
„ Front panel
1. Open the front panel.
• Hold the panel by the tabs on the two sides and lift
it until it stops with a click.
2. Remove the front panel.
• Supporting the front panel with one hand, release
the lock by sliding down the knob with the other
hand.
• To remove the front panel, pull it toward yourself
with both hands.
3. Clean the front panel.
• Wipe it with a soft cloth soaked in water.
• Only neutral detergent may be used.
• In case of washing the panel with water, dry it with
cloth, dry it up in the shade after washing.
4. Attach the front panel.
• Set the 3 keys of the front panel into the slots
and push them in all the way.
• Close the front panel slowly and push the
panel at the 3 points.
( 1 on each side and 1 in the middle.)
• Check to see if the rotating axis in the upper
center section is moving.
CAUTION
•
•
•
•
Don’t touch the metal parts of the indoor unit. If you touch those parts, this may cause an injury.
When removing or attaching the front panel, use a robust and stable stool and watch your steps carefully.
When removing or attaching the front panel, support the panel securely with hand to prevent it from falling.
For cleaning, do not use hot water above 40˚C, benzine, gasoline, thinner, nor other volatile oils, polishing compound, scrubbing brushes, nor other hand stuff.
• After cleaning, make sure that the front panel is securely fixed.
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Filters
1. Open the front panel.
2. Pull out the air filters.
• Push a little upwards the tab at the center of each air
filter, then pull it down.
3. Take off the air purifying filter with
photocatalytic deodorizing function.
• Hold the recessed parts of the frame and unhook
the four claws.
4. Clean or replace each filter.
See figure.
5. Set the air filter and the air
purifying filter with photocalytic
deodorizing function as they were
and close the front panel.
• Insert claws of the filters into slots of the front
panel. Close the front panel slowly and push the
panel at the 3 points. (1 on each side and 1 in the middle.)
„ Air Filter
1. Wash the air filters with water or clean them with
vacuum cleaner.
• If the dust does not come off easily, wash them with neutral detergent
thinned with lukewarm water, then dry them up in the shade.
• It is recommended to clean the air filters every two weeks.
„ Air purifying filter with photocatalytic
deodorizing function. (gray)
The Air purifying filter with photocatalytic deodorizing function can be
renewed by washing it with water once every 6 months. We recommend
replacing it once every 3 years.
[ Maintenance ]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove dust with a vacuum cleaner and wash lightly with water.
If it is very dirty, soak it for 10 to 15 minutes in water mixed with a neutral cleaning agent.
Do not remove filter from frame when washing with water.
After washing, shake off remaining water and dry in the shade.
Since the material is made out of paper, do not wring out the filter when removing water from it.
[ Replacement ]
1. Remove the tabs on the filter frame and replace with a new filter.
• Dispose of the old filter as flammable waste.
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Check
Check that the base, stand and other fittings of the outdoor unit are not decayed or corroded.
Check that nothing blocks the air inlets and the outlets of the indoor unit and the outdoor unit.
Check that the drain comes smoothly out of the drain hose during COOL or DRY operation.
• If no drain water is seen, water may be leaking from the indoor unit. Stop operation and consult the service shop if this is the case.
„ Before a long idle period
1. Operate the “FAN only” for several hours on a fine day to dry out the
inside.
• Press “MODE” button and select “FAN” operation.
• Press “ON/OFF” button and start operation.
2. After operation stops, turn off the breaker for the room air conditioner.
3. Clean the air filters and set them again.
4. Take out batteries from the remote controller.
• When a multi outdoor unit is connected, make sure the heating operation is not used at the
other room before you use the fan operation.
NOTE
• Operation with dirty filters:
(1) cannot deodorize the air.
(2) cannot clean the air.
(3) results in poor heating or cooling.
(4) may cause odour.
• To order air purifying filter with photocatalytic deodorizing function contact to the service shop there
you bought the air conditioner.
• Dispose of old filters as burnable waste.
Item
Operation Manual
Part No.
Air purifying filter with photocatalytic deodorizing
function. (with frame) 1 set
KAF918A43
Air purifying filter with photocatalytic deodorizing
function. (without frame) 1 set
KAF918A44
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FTK(X)S 50/60/71 F
Care and Cleaning
CAUTION
Before cleaning, be sure to stop the operation and
turn the breaker OFF.
Units
„ Indoor unit, Outdoor unit and Remote controller
1. Wipe them with dry soft cloth.
„ Front panel
1. Open the front panel.
• Hold the panel by the tabs on the two
sides and lift it until it stops with a
click.
2. Remove the front panel.
• Open the front panel further while sliding
it to either the left or right and pulling it
toward you. This will disconnect the
rotation dowel on one side. Then
disconnect the rotation dowel on the
other side in the same manner.
3. Clean the front panel.
• Wipe it with a soft cloth soaked in water.
• Only neutral detergent may be used.
• In case of washing the panel with water, dry it with cloth, dry it up in the shade after washing.
4. Attach the front panel.
• Align the rotation dowels on the left and right of the front panel
with the slots, then push them all the way in.
• Close the front panel slowly. (Press the panel at both sides
and the center.)
CAUTION
•
•
•
•
Don’t touch the metal parts of the indoor unit. If you touch those parts, this may cause an injury.
When removing or attaching the front panel, use a robust and stable stool and watch your steps carefully.
When removing or attaching the front panel, support the panel securely with hand to prevent it from falling.
For cleaning, do not use hot water above 40°C, benzine, gasoline, thinner, nor other volatile oils,
polishing compound, scrubbing brushes, nor other hand stuff.
• After cleaning, make sure that the front panel is securely fixed.
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Filters
1. Open the front panel.
2. Pull out the air filters.
• Push a little upwards the tab at the
center of each air filter, then pull it
down.
3. Take off the Titanium
Apatite Photocatalytic
Air-Purifying Filter.
• Press the top of the aircleaning filter onto the tabs
(3 tabs at top). Then press
the bottom of the filter up
slightly, and press it onto
the tabs (3 at bottom).
tabs (3 tabs at top)
tabs (3 at bottom)
4. Clean or replace each filter.
See figure.
5. Set the air filter and the Titanium
Apatite Photocatalytic Air-Purifying
Filter as they were and close the
front panel.
• Press the front panel at both sides and the
center.
„ Air Filter
1. Wash the air filters with water or clean them with
vacuum cleaner.
• If the dust does not come off easily, wash them with neutral
detergent thinned with lukewarm water, then dry them up in the
shade.
• It is recommended to clean the air filters every two weeks.
„ Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic Air-purifying Filter
The Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic Air-Purifying Filter can be renewed by washing it with water
once every 6 months. We recommend replacing it once every 3 years.
[ Maintenance ]
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove dust with a vacuum cleaner and wash lightly with water.
If it is very dirty, soak it for 10 to 15 minutes in water mixed with a neutral cleaning agent.
After washing, shake off remaining water and dry in the shade.
Since the material is made out of polyester, do not wring out the filter when removing water
from it.
[ Replacement ]
1. Remove the tabs on the filter frame and replace with a new filter.
• Dispose of the old filter as non-flammable waste.
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NOTE
• Operation with dirty filters:
(1) cannot deodorize the air.
(2) cannot clean the air.
(3) results in poor heating or cooling.
(4) may cause odour.
• To order Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic Air-Purifying Filter contact to the service shop
there you bought the air conditioner.
• Dispose of old filters as non-flammable waste.
Item
Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic Air-Purifying Filter
(without frame) 1 set
Part No.
KAF952B42
Check
Check that the base, stand and other fittings of the outdoor unit are not decayed or corroded.
Check that nothing blocks the air inlets and the outlets of the indoor unit and the outdoor unit.
Check that the drain comes smoothly out of the drain hose during COOL or DRY operation.
• If no drain water is seen, water may be leaking from the indoor unit. Stop operation and consult the
service shop if this is the case.
„ Before a long idle period
1. Operate the “FAN only” for several hours on a fine day to dry out the
inside.
• Press “MODE” button and select “FAN” operation.
• Press “ON/OFF” button and start operation.
2. After operation stops, turn off the breaker for the room air conditioner.
3. Clean the air filters and set them again.
4. Take out batteries from the remote controller.
• When a multi outdoor unit is connected, make sure the heating operation is not used at the
other room before you use the fan operation.
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FTXG 25/35 E, CTXG 50 E
Care and Cleaning
CAUTION
• Before cleaning, be sure to stop the operation and turn the breaker OFF.
• Always shut down the unit (and close the panel) before doing any work.
Opening the panel during operation may cause the panel to fall off.
Units
„ Indoor unit, Outdoor unit and Remote controller
1. Wipe them with dry soft cloth.
„ Front panel
1. Open the front panel.
• Open the front panel by placing a finger on the
panel tab on either side of the front panel.
2. Remove the front panel.
• With the front panel open so that it is almost horizontal, slide it to the right.
The revolving axis on the left will come off.
The revolving axis on the right can be removed by
sliding the front panel to the left.
3. Clean the front panel.
• Wipe it with a soft cloth soaked in water.
• Only neutral detergent may be used.
• In case of washing the front panel with water, dry
it with cloth, dry it up in the shade after washing.
4. Attach the front panel.
• Place the revolving axes on either side of the front
panel into the holes and slowly close.
(Press either side of the front panel.)
CAUTION
•
•
•
•
Don’t touch the metal parts of the indoor unit. If you touch those parts, this may cause an injury.
When removing or attaching the front panel, use a robust and stable stool and watch your steps carefully.
When removing or attaching the front panel, support the front panel securely with hand to prevent it from falling.
For cleaning, do not use hot water above 40°C, benzine, gasoline, thinner, nor other volatile oils, polishing compound, scrubbing brushes, nor other hand stuff.
• After cleaning, make sure that the front panel is securely fixed.
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Filters
1. Open the front panel.
• Open the front panel by placing a finger on the
panel tab on either side of the front panel and then
secure it using the supporting plate on the right.
2. Pull out the air filters.
• Push a little upwards the tab at the center of
each air filter, then pull it down.
3. Take off the Titanium Apatite
Photocatalytic Air-Purifying Filter.
• Hold the recessed parts of the frame and
unhook the four claws.
4. Clean or replace each filter.
See figure.
5. Set the air filter and the Titanium Apatite
Photocatalytic Air-Purifying Filter as they
were and close the front panel.
• Be sure to insert the two tabs below.
• Return the supporting plate to its previous position.
• Press either side of the front panel.
„ Air Filter
1. Wash the air filters with water or clean them with
vacuum cleaner.
• If the dust does not come off easily, wash them with neutral detergent
thinned with lukewarm water, then dry them up in the shade.
• It is recommended to clean the air filters every two weeks.
„ Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic
Air-Purifying Filter (gray)
The Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic Air-Purifying Filter can be renewed
by washing it with water once every 6 months. We recommend replacing it o nce every 3 years.
[ Maintenance ]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove dust with a vacuum cleaner and wash lightly with water.
If it is very dirty, soak it for 10 to 15 minutes in water mixed with a neutral cleaning agent.
Do not remove filter from frame when washing with water.
After washing, shake off remaining water and dry in the shade.
Since the material is made out of paper, do not wring out the filter when removing water from it.
[ Replacement ]
1. Remove the tabs on the filter frame and replace with a new filter.
• Dispose of the old filter as flammable waste.
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NOTE
• Operation with dirty filters:
(1) cannot deodorize the air.
(2) cannot clean the air.
(3) results in poor heating or cooling.
(4) may cause odour.
• To order Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic Air-Purifying Filter contact to the service shop
there you bought the air conditioner.
• Dispose of old filters as burnable waste.
Item
Part No.
Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic Air-Purifying Filter.
(with frame) 1 set
KAF952B41
Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic Air-Purifying Filter.
(without frame) 1 set
KAF952B42
Check
Check that the base, stand and other fittings of the outdoor unit are not decayed or corroded.
Check that nothing blocks the air inlets and the outlets of the indoor unit and the outdoor unit.
Check that the drain comes smoothly out of the drain hose during COOL or DRY operation.
• If no drain water is seen, water may be leaking from the indoor unit.
Stop operation and consult the service shop if this is the case.
„ Before a long idle period
1. Operate the “FAN only” for several hours on a fine day to dry out the
inside.
• Press “MODE” button and select “FAN” operation.
• Press “ON/OFF” button and start operation.
2. After operation stops, turn off the breaker for the room air conditioner.
3. Clean the air filters and set them again.
4. Take out batteries from the remote controller.
• When a multi outdoor unit is connected, make sure the heating operation is not used at the
other room before you use the fan operation.
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FDK(X)S 25/35 C
Care and Cleaning
CAUTION
• Only a qualified service person is allowed to
perform maintenance.
• Before cleaning, be sure to stop the operation
and turn the breaker OFF.
„ Cleaning the air filter
1.Removing the air filter.
• Rear suction
Pull the bottom side of the air filter backwards, over the 3 bends.
• Bottom suction
Pull the filter over the 3 bends situated at the backside of the unit.
2.Cleaning the air filter.
Remove dust from the air filter using a vacuum cleaner and
gently rinse them in cool water. Do not use detergent or hot
water to avoid filter shrinking or deformation. After cleaning
dry them in the shade.
3.Replacing the air filter.
• Rear suction
Hook the filter behind the flap situated at the top of the unit
and push the other side gently over the 3 bends.
• Bottom suction
Hook the filter behind the flap situated at the middle of the unit and push the other side gently
over the 3 bends.
Main unit
Force
Filter
Force
In case of back side
170
Attach the filter to the
main unit while
pushing down on the
tabs.
In case of bottom side
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„ Cleaning the drain pan
• Clean the drain pan periodically, or drain piping may be clogged with dust and may result in water leakage.
Ask your DAIKIN dealer to clean them.
• Prepare a cover locally to prevent any dust in the air around the indoor unit from getting in the drain pan, if
there is a great deal of dust present.
CAUTION
• Do not operate the air conditioner without filters, this to avoid dust accummulation inside the
unit.
• Do not remove the air filter except when cleaning.
Unnecessary handling may damage the filter.
• Do not use gasoline, benzene, thinner, polishing powder, liquid insecticide, It may cause discoloring or
warping.
• Do not let the indoor unit get wet. It may cause an electric shock or a fire.
• Operation with dusty air filters lowers the cooling and heating capacity and wastes energy.
• The suction grille is option.
• Do not use water or air of 50˚C or higher for cleaning air filters and outside panels.
Check
Check that the base, stand and other fittings of the outdoor unit are not decayed or corroded.
Check that nothing blocks the air inlets and the outlets of the indoor unit and the outdoor unit.
Check that the drain comes smoothly out of the drain hose during COOL or DRY operation.
• If no drain water is seen, water may be leaking from the indoor unit. Stop operation and consult the service shop if this is the case.
„ Before a long idle period
1. Operate the “FAN only” for several hours on a fine day to dry out the inside.
• Press “MODE selector button” and select “FAN” operation.
• Press “ON/OFF button” and start operation.
2. After operation stops, turn off the breaker for the room air conditioner.
3. Clean the air filters and set them again.
4. Take out batteries from the remote controller.
• When a multi outdoor unit is connected, make sure the heating operation is not used at the
other room before you use the fan operation.
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FDK(X)S 50/60 C, FDK(X)S 25/35 E
Care and Cleaning
CAUTION
• Only a qualified service person is allowed to
perform maintenance.
• Before cleaning, be sure to stop the operation
and turn the breaker OFF.
„ Cleaning the air filter
1.Removing the air filter.
• Rear suction
Pull the bottom side of the air filter backwards, over the bends. (2 bends for 25/35 type, 3 bends
for 50/60 type)
• Bottom suction
Pull the filter over the bends (2 bends for 25/35 type, 3 bends for 50/60 type) situated at the
backside of the unit.
2.Cleaning the air filter.
Remove dust from the air filter using a vacuum cleaner and
gently rinse them in cool water. Do not use detergent or hot
water to avoid filter shrinking or deformation. After cleaning
dry them in the shade.
3.Replacing the air filter.
• Rear suction
Hook the filter behind the flap situated at the top of the unit
and push the other side gently over the bends. (2 bends for 25/35 type, 3 bends for 50/60 type)
• Bottom suction
Hook the filter behind the flap situated at the middle of the unit and push the other side gently
over the bends. (2 bends for 25/35 type, 3 bends for 50/60 type)
Main unit
Force
Filter
Force
In case of back side
172
Attach the filter to the
main unit while
pushing down on the
bends. (2 bends for
25/35 type, 3 bends
for 50/60 type)
In case of bottom side
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„ Cleaning the drain pan
• Clean the drain pan periodically, or drain piping may be clogged with dust and may result in water leakage.
Ask your DAIKIN dealer to clean them.
• Prepare a cover locally to prevent any dust in the air around the indoor unit from getting in the drain pan, if
there is a great deal of dust present.
CAUTION
• Do not operate the air conditioner without filters, this to avoid dust accumulation inside the
unit.
• Do not remove the air filter except when cleaning.
Unnecessary handling may damage the filter.
• Do not use gasoline, benzene, thinner, polishing powder, liquid insecticide, It may cause discoloring or
warping.
• Do not let the indoor unit get wet. It may cause an electric shock or a fire.
• Operation with dusty air filters lowers the cooling and heating capacity and wastes energy.
• The suction grille is option.
• Do not use water or air of 50˚C or higher for cleaning air filters and outside panels.
• Ask your DAIKIN dealer how to clean it.
Check
Check that the base, stand and other fittings of the outdoor unit are not decayed or corroded.
Check that nothing blocks the air inlets and the outlets of the indoor unit and the outdoor unit.
Check that the drain comes smoothly out of the drain hose during COOL or DRY operation.
• If no drain water is seen, water may be leaking from the indoor unit. Stop operation and consult the service shop if this is the case.
„ Before a long idle period
1. Operate the “FAN only” for several hours on a fine day to dry out the inside.
• Press “MODE selector button” and select “FAN” operation.
• Press “ON/OFF button” and start operation.
2. Clean the air filters and set them again.
3. Take out batteries from the remote controller.
4. Turn OFF the breaker for the room air conditioner.
• When a multi outdoor unit is connected, make sure the heating operation is not used at the
other room before you use the fan operation.
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Care and Cleaning
CAUTION
Before cleaning, be sure to stop the operation and
turn the breaker OFF.
Units
„ Indoor unit, Outdoor unit and Remote controller
1. Wipe them with dry soft cloth.
„ Front panel
1. Open the front panel.
• Hold the panel by the tabs on the two sides
and lift it unitl it stops.
2. Clean the front panel.
• Wipe it with a soft cloth soaked in water.
• Only neutral detergent may be used.
• In case of washing the panel with water, dry
it with cloth, dry it up in the shade after washing.
3. Close the front panel.
• Push the panel at the 5 points indicated by .
• Operation without air filters may result in troubles as dust will accumulate inside the indoor
unit.
CAUTION
• Don’t touch the metal parts of the indoor unit. If you touch those parts, this may cause an injury.
• When removing or attaching the front panel, use a robust and stable stool and watch your
steps carefully.
• When removing or attaching the front panel, support the panel securely with hand to prevent
it from falling.
• For cleaning, do not use hot water above 40°C, benzine, gasoline, thinner, nor other volatile
oils, polishing compound, scrubbing brushes, nor other hand stuff.
• After cleaning, make sure that the front panel is securely fixed.
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Filters
1. Open the front panel.
2. Pull out the air filters.
• Push upwards the tab at the center of each air
filter, then pull it down.
3. Take off the air purifying filter,
photocatalytic deodorizing filter.
• Hold the recessed parts of the frame and
unhook the four claws.
4. Clean or replace each filter.
See figure.
5. Set the air filter, air purifying filter
and photocatalytic deodorizing filter as
they were and close the front panel.
• Insert claws of the filters into slots of the front panel.
• Push the panel at the 5 points.
„ Air Filter
1. Wash the air filters with water or clean them
with vacuum cleaner.
• If the dust does not come off easily, wash them with neutral detergent thinned with lukewarm water, then dry them up in the shade.
• It is recommended to clean the air filters every two weeks.
„ Air Purifying Filter (green)
(Replace approximately once every 3 months.)
1. Detach the filter element and attach a new one.
• Insert with the green side up.
• It is recommended to replace the air purifying filter every three months.
„ Photocatalytic Deodorizing Filter (gray)
[ Maintenance ]
1. Dry the photocatalytic deodorizing filter in the sun.
• After removing the dust with a vacuum cleaner, place the filter in the sun for approximately 6 hours.
By drying the photocatalytic deodorizing filter in the sun, its deodorizing and antibacterial
capabilities are regenerated.
• Because the filter material is paper, it can not be cleaned with water.
• It is recommended dry the filter once every 6 months.
[ Replacement ]
1. Detach the filter element and attach a new one.
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Check
Check that the base, stand and other fittings of the outdoor unit are not decayed or corroded.
Check that nothing blocks the air inlets and the outlets of the indoor unit and the outdoor unit.
Check that the drain comes smoothly out of the drain hose during COOL or DRY operation.
• If no drain water is seen, water may be leaking from the indoor unit. Stop operation and consult the service shop if this is the case.
„ Before a long idle period
1. Operate the “FAN only” for several hours on a fine day to dry out the
inside.
• Press “MODE” button and select “FAN”operation.
• Press “ON/OFF” button and start operation.
2. After operation stops, turn off the breaker for the room air conditioner.
3. Clean the air filters and set them again.
4. Take out batteries from the remote controller.
• When a multi outdoor unit is connected, make sure the heating operation is not used at the
other room befrore you use the fan operation.
NOTE
• Operation with dirty filters :
(1) cannot deodorize the air.
(2) cannot clean the air.
(3) results in poor heating or cooling. (4) may cause odour.
• The air purifying filter and Photocatalytic deodorizing filter cannot be reused, even if washed .
• In principle, there is no need to replace the photocatalytic deodorizing filter. Remove the
dust periodically with a vacuum cleaner. However, it is recommended to replace the filter
in the following cases.
(1) The paper material is torn or broken during cleaning.
(2) The filter has become extremely dirty after long use.
• To order air purifying filter or Photocatalytic deodorizing filter, contact to the service shop
where you bought the air conditioner.
• Dispose of old air filters as non-burnable waste and Photocatalytic deodorizing filters as
burnable waste.
Item
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Part No.
Photocatalytic deodorizing filter (with frame)
KAZ917B41
Photocatalytic deodorizing filter (without frame)
KAZ917B42
Air purifying filter (with frame)
KAF925B41
Air purifying filter (without frame)
KAF925B42
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2.1.15 Troubleshooting
Trouble Shooting
These cases are not troubles.
The following cases are not air conditioner troubles but have some reasons. You may just continue using it.
Case
Explanation
Operation does not start soon.
• When ON/OFF button was
pressed soon after
operation was stopped.
• When the mode was
reselected.
• This is to protect the air conditioner.
You should wait for about 3 minutes.
Hot air does not flow out soon
after the start of heating
operation.
• The air conditioner is warming up. You should wait for 1 to 4
minutes.
(The system is designed to start discharging air only after it
has reached a certain temperature.)
The heating operation stops
suddenly and a flowing sound
is heard.
• The system is taking away the frost on the outdoor unit.
You should wait for about 4 to 12 minutes.
The outdoor unit emits water or
steam.
„ In HEAT mode
• The frost on the outdoor unit melts into water or steam
when the air conditioner is in defrost operation.
„ In COOL or DRY mode
• Moisture in the air condenses into water on the cool
surface of outdoor unit piping and drips.
Mist comes out of the indoor
unit.
„ This happens when the air in the room is cooled into mist by
the cold air flow during cooling operation.
„ This is because the air in the room is cooled by the heat
exchanger and becomes mist during defrost operation.
The indoor unit gives out odour. „ This happens when smells of the room, furniture, or
cigarettes are absorbed into the unit and discharged with the
air flow.
(If this happens, we recommend you to have the indoor unit
washed by a technician. Consult the service shop where you
bought the air conditioner.)
The outdoor fan rotates while
the air conditioner is not in
operation.
„ After operation is stopped:
• The outdoor fan continues rotating for another 60
seconds for system protection.
„ While the air conditioner is not in operation:
• When the outdoor temperature is very high, the outdoor
fan starts rotating for system protection.
The operation stopped
suddenly.
(OPERATION lamp is on.)
„ For system protection, the air conditioner may stop
operating on a sudden large voltage fluctuation.
It automatically resumes operation in about 3 minutes.
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Check again.
Please check again before calling a repair person.
Case
The air conditioner does not
operate.
(OPERATION lamp is off.)
Check
•
•
•
•
Hasn’t a breaker turned OFF or a fuse blown?
Isn’t it a power failure?
Are batteries set in the remote controller?
Is the timer setting correct?
Cooling (Heating) effect is poor. • Are the air filters clean?
• Is there anything to block the air inlet or the outlet of the
indoor and the outdoor units?
• Is the temperature setting appropriate?
• Are the windows and doors closed?
• Are the air flow rate and the air direction set appropriately?
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Operation stops suddenly.
(OPERATION lamp flashes.)
• Are the air filters clean?
• Is there anything to block the air inlet or the outlet of the
indoor and the outdoor units?
Clean the air filters or take all obstacles away and turn the
breaker OFF. Then turn it ON again and try operating the air
conditioner with the remote controller. If the lamp still blinks,
call the service shop where you bought the air conditioner.
• Are operation modes all the same for indoor units connected
to outdoor units in the multi system?
If not, set all indoor units to the same operation mode and
confirm that the lamps flash.
Moreover, when the operation mode is in “AUTO”, set all
indoor unit operation modes to “COOL” or “HEAT” for a
moment and check again that the lamps are normal.
If the lamps stop flashing after the above steps, there is no
malfunction.
An abnormal functioning
happens during operation.
• The air conditioner may malfunction with lightning or radio
waves. Turn the breaker OFF, turn it ON again and try
operating the air conditioner with the remote controller.
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Call the service shop immediately.
WARNING
„ When an abnormality (such as a burning smell) occurs, stop operation and turn the breaker OFF.
Continued operation in an abnormal condition may result in troubles, electric shocks or fire.
Consult the service shop where you bought the air conditioner.
„ Do not attempt to repair or modify the air conditioner by yourself.
Incorrect work may result in electric shocks or fire.
Consult the service shop where you bought the air conditioner.
If one of the following symptoms takes place, call the service shop immediately.
The power cord is abnormally hot or damaged.
An abnormal sound is heard during operation.
The safety breaker, a fuse, or the earth leakage breaker
cuts off the operation frequently.
A switch or a button often fails to work properly.
There is a burning smell.
Water leaks from the indoor unit.
„ After a power failure
The air conditioner automatically resumes
operation in about 3 minutes. You should just
wait for a while.
Turn the breaker
OFF and call the
service shop.
„ Lightning
If lightning may strike the neighboring area,
stop operation and turn the breaker OFF for
system protection.
Disposal requirements
Your air conditioning product is marked with this symbol. This means that electrical and
electronic products shall not be mixed with unsorted household waste.
Do not try to dismantle the system yourself: the dismantling of the air conditioning
system, treatment of the refrigerant, of oil and of other parts must be done by a
qualified installer in accordance with relevant local and national legislation.
Air conditioners must be treated at a specialized treatment facility for re-use, recycling and recovery. By
ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help to prevent potential negative consequences
for the environment and human health. Please contact the installer or local authority for more
information.
Batteries must be removed from the remote controller and disposed of separately in accordance with
relevant local and national legislation.
We recommend periodical maintenance.
In certain operating conditions, the inside of the air conditioner may get foul after several seasons of
use, resulting in poor performance. It is recommended to have periodical maintenance by a specialist
aside from regular cleaning by the user. For specialist maintenance, contact the service shop where
you bought the air conditioner.
The maintenance cost must be born by the user.
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Fault diagnosis.
FAULT DIAGNOSIS BY REMOTE CONTROLLER
In the ARC433 series, the temperature display sections on the main unit indicate corresponding codes.
1. When the TIMER CANCEL button is held down for 5 seconds, a “ ” indication flashes on the
temperature display section.
ON
CANCEL
TIMER CANCEL button
It cancels the timer setting.
OFF
TIMER
2. Press the TIMER CANCEL button repeatedly until a continuous beep is produced.
• The code indication changes as shown below, and notifies with a long beep.
SYSTEM
INDOOR UNIT
OUTDOOR
UNIT
CODE
00
U0
U2
U4
A1
A5
A6
C4
C9
EA
E5
E6
E7
E8
F3
H6
H8
H9
J3
J6
L4
L5
P4
MEANING
NORMAL
REFRIGERANT SHORTAGE
DROP VOLTAGE OR MAIN CIRCUIT OVERVOLTAGE
FAILURE OF TRANSMISSION (BETWEEN INDOOR UNIT AND OUTDOOR UNIT)
INDOOR PCB DEFECTIVENESS
HIGH PRESSURE CONTROL OR FREEZE-UP PROTECTOR
FAN MOTOR FAULT
FAULTY HEAT EXCHANGER TEMPERATURE SENSOR
FAULTY SUCTION AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR
COOLING-HEATING SWITCHING ERROR
OL STARTED
FAULTY COMPRESSOR START UP
DC FAN MOTOR FAULT
OPERATION HALT DUE TO DETECTION OF INPUT OVER CURRENT
HIGH TEMPERATURE DISCHARGE PIPE CONTROL
OPERATION HALT DUE TO FAULTY POSITION DETECTION SENSOR
CT ABNORMALITY
FAULTY SUCTION AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR
FAULTY DISCHARGE PIPE TEMPERATURE SENSOR
FAULTY HEAT EXCHANGER TEMPERATURE SENSOR
HIGH TEMPERATURE AT INVERTER CIRCUIT HEATSINK
OUTPUT OVERCURRENT
FAULTY INVERTER CIRCUIT HEATSINK TEMPERATURE SENSOR
NOTE
1. A short beep and two consecutive beeps indicate non-corresponding codes.
2. To cancel the code display, hold the TIMER CANCEL button down for 5 seconds. The code display
also cancel itself if the button is not pressed for 1 minute.
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Instruction
FVXS Series
2.2.1 Safety Precautions
Safety precautions
•
•
•
•
Keep this manual where the operator can easily find them.
Read this manual attentively before starting up the unit.
For safety reason the operator must read the following cautions carefully.
This manual classifies precautions into WARNINGS and CAUTIONS. Be sure to follow all precautions below: they are all important for ensuring safety.
WARNING
CAUTION
If you do not follow these instructions exactly, the unit may If you do not follow these instructions exactly, the unit may
cause property damage, personal injury or loss of life.
cause minor or moderate property damage or personal injury.
Never do.
Be sure to follow the instructions.
Be sure to earth the air conditioner.
Never cause the air conditioner (including the
remote controller) to get wet.
Never touch the air conditioner (including the
remote controller) with a wet hand.
WARNING
• In order to avoid fire, explosion or injury, do not operate the unit when harmful, among
which flammable or corrosive gases, are detected near the unit.
• It is not good for health to expose your body to the air flow for a long time.
• Do not put a finger, a rod or other objects into the air outlet or inlet. As the fan is rotating at
a high speed, it will cause injury.
• Do not attempt to repair, relocate, modify or reinstall the air conditioner by yourself. Incorrect work
will cause electric shocks, fire etc.
For repairs and reinstallation, consult your Daikin dealer for advice and information.
• The refrigerant used in the air conditioner is safe. Although leaks should not occur, if for
some reason any refrigerant happens to leak into the room, make sure it does not come in
contact with any flame as of gas heaters, kerosene heaters or gas range.
• If the air conditioner is not cooling (heating) properl y, the refrigerant may be leaking, so call your dealer.
When carrying out repairs accompanying adding refrigerant, check the content of the repairs with our service staff.
• Do not attempt to install the air conditioner by your self. Incorrect work will result in water leakage,
electric shocks or fire. For installation, consult the dealer or a qualified technician.
• In order to avoid electric shock, fire or injury, if you detect any abnormally such as smell of fire, stop
the operation and turn off the breaker. And call your dealer for instructions.
• Depending on the environment, an earth leakage breaker must be installed. Lack of an earth
leakage breaker may result in electric shocks or fire.
• The air conditioner must be earthed. Incomplete earthing may result in electric shocks. Do
not connect the earth line to a gas pipe, water pipe, lightning rod, or a telephone earth line.
CAUTION
• In order to avoid any quality deterioration, do not use the unit for cooling precision instruments, food, plants, animals or works of art.
• Never expose little children, plants or animals directly to the air flow.
• Do not place appliances which produce open fire in places exposed to the air flow from the unit or
under the indoor unit. It may cause incomplete combustion or deformation of the unit due to the heat.
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• Do not block air inlets nor outlets. Impaired air flow may result in insufficient performance or trouble.
• Do not stand or sit on the outdoor unit. Do not place any object on the unit to avoid injury, do not
remove the fan guard.
• Do not place anything under the indoor or outdoor unit that must be kept away from moisture. In
certain conditions, moisture in the air may condense and drip.
• After a long use, check the unit stand and fittings for damage.
• Do not touch the air inlet and alminum fins of outdoor unit. It may cause injury.
• The appliance is not intended for use by young children or infirm persons without supervision.
• Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
• To avoid oxygen deficiency, ventilate the room sufficiently if equipment with burner is used
together with the air conditioner.
• Before cleaning, be sure to stop the operation, turn the breaker off or pull out the supply cord.
• Do not connect the air conditioner to a power supply different from the one as specified. It
may cause trouble or fire.
• Arrange the drain hose to ensure smooth drainage. Incomplete draining may cause wetting of the
building, furniture etc.
• Do not place objects in direct proximity of the outdoor unit and do not let leaves and other debris
accumulate around the unit.
Leaves are a hotbed for small animals which can enter the unit. Once in the unit, such animals can
cause malfunctions, smoke or fire when making contact with electrical parts.
• Do not operate the air conditioner with wet hands.
• Do not wash the indoor unit with excessive water, only use a slightly wet cloth.
• Do not place things such as vessels containing water or anything else on top of the unit. Water
may penetrate into the unit and degrade electrical insulations, resulting in an electric shock.
Installation site.
„ To install the air conditioner in the following types of environments, consult the dealer.
• Places with an oily ambient or where steam or soot occurs.
• Salty environment such as coastal areas.
• Places where sulfide gas occurs such as hot springs.
• Places where snow may block the outdoor unit.
The drain from the outdoor unit must be discharged to a place of good drainage.
Consider nuisance to your neighbours from noises.
„ For installation, choose a place as described below.
• A place solid enough to bear the weight of the unit which does not amplify the operation noise or vibration.
• A place from where the air discharged from the outdoor unit or the operation noise will not annoy
your neighbours.
Electrical work.
• For power supply, be sure to use a separate power circuit dedicated to the air conditioner.
System relocation.
• Relocating the air conditioner requires specialized knowledge and skills. Please consult the
dealer if relocation is necessary for moving or remodeling.
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2.2.2 Names of Parts
Names of parts
„ Indoor Unit
1
2
8
3
7
12
10
4
2
9
5
11
6
„ Opening the Front Panel
How to open the front panel: (page 26.)
Air outlet selection switch
•
This setting blows air from upper outlet only.
•
This setting automatically decides a blow
pattern depending on mode and conditions.
• This setting is
recommended.
13
• The unit is shipped from the
factory with this setting.
14
CAUTION
Before opening the front panel, be sure to stop the operation and turn the breaker OFF.
Do not touch the metal parts on the inside of the indoor unit, as it may result in injury.
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„ Outdoor Unit
25/35 class
50 class
15
15
16
16
17
17
18
19
19
18
„ Indoor Unit
1. Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic
Air-Purifying Filter:
• These filters are attached to the inside of
the air filters.
2. Air outlet
3. Display
4. Front panel
5. Louvers (vertical blades): (page 12.)
• The louvers are inside of the air outlet.
6. Air inlet
7. Air filter
8. Flap (horizontal blade): (page 12.)
9. Operation lamp (green)
10. TIMER lamp (yellow): (page 17.)
11. Indoor Unit ON/OFF switch:
• Push this switch once to start operation.
Push once again to stop it.
• The operation mode refers to the following
table.
Model
COOLING
ONLY
HEAT
PUMP
Mode
Temperature
setting
Air flow
rate
COOL
22˚C
AUTO
AUTO
25˚C
AUTO
• This switch is useful when the remote
controller is missing.
12. Signal receiver:
• It receives signals from the remote
controller.
• When the unit receives a signal, you will
hear a short beep.
• Operation start ........ beep-beep
• Settings changed ..... beep
• Operation stop.......... beeeeep
13. Air outlet selection switch: (page 13.)
14. Room temperature sensor:
• It senses the air temperature around the unit.
„ Outdoor Unit
15. Air inlet: (Back and side)
16. Refrigerant piping and inter-unit cable
18. Earth terminal:
• It is inside of this cover.
17. Drain hose
19. Air outlet
Appearance of the outdoor unit may differ from some models.
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„ Remote Controller
1
2
5
3
<Open the lid>
6
4
7
8
11
14
16
17
19
9
10
12
13
15
18
20
<ARC452A1>
1. Signal transmitter:
• It sends signals to the indoor unit.
2. Display:
• It displays the current settings.
(In this illustration, each section is shown
with all its displays ON for the purpose of
explanation.)
3. FAN setting button:
• It selects the air flow rate setting.
4. POWERFUL button:
POWERFUL operation (page 14.)
5. ON/OFF button:
• Press this button once to start operation.
Press once again to stop it.
6. TEMPERATURE adjustment buttons:
• It changes the temperature setting.
7. MODE selector button:
• It selects the operation mode.
(AUTO/DRY/COOL/HEAT/FAN) (page 10.)
8. QUIET button:
OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation (page 15.)
9. ECONO button:
ECONO operation (page 16.)
10. SWING button:
• Adjusting the Air Flow Direction (page 12.)
11. WEEKLY button:
WEEKLY TIMER operation (page 19.)
12. PROGRAM button:
WEEKLY TIMER operation (page 19.)
13. COPY button:
WEEKLY TIMER operation (page 19.)
14. BACK button:
WEEKLY TIMER operation (page 19.)
15. NEXT button:
WEEKLY TIMER operation (page 19.)
16. SELECT button:
• It changes the timer setting. (page 17.)
17. OFF TIMER button: (page 17.)
18. ON TIMER button: (page 18.)
19. TIMER CANCEL button:
• It cancels the timer setting. (page 17, 18.)
• It cannot be used for the WEEKLY TIMER operation.
20. CLOCK button: (page 8.)
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2.2.3 Preparation before Operation
Preparation Before Operation
„ To set the batteries
2
1. Slide the front cover to take it off.
Position + and
– correctly!
2. Set two dry batteries (LR03·AAA).
3. Set the front cover as before.
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„ To operate the remote controller
• To use the remote controller, aim the transmitter at the indoor
unit. If there is anything to block signals between the unit and
the remote controller, such as a curtain, the unit will not
operate.
• Do not drop the remote controller. Do not get it wet.
• The maximum distance for communication is about 7m.
Receiver
„ To fix the remote controller holder
on the wall
Remote
controller
holder
1. Choose a place from where the signals
reach the unit.
2. Fix the holder to a wall, a pillar, or similar
location with the screws procured locally.
3. Place the remote controller in the remote
controller holder.
Set.
• To remove, pull it
upwards.
ATTENTION
„ About batteries
• When replacing the batteries, use batteries of the same type, and replace the two old batteries together.
• When the system is not used for a long time, take the batteries out.
• We recommend replacing once a year, although if the remote controller display begins to fade or if reception
deteriorates, please replace with new alkaline batteries. Using manganese batteries reduces the lifespan.
• The attached batteries are provided for the initial use of the system.
The usable period of the batteries may be short depending on the manufactured date of the air conditioner.
„ About remote controller
• Never expose the remote controller to direct sunlight.
• Dust on the signal transmitter or receiver will reduce the sensitivity. Wipe off dust with soft cloth.
• Signal communication may be disabled if an electronic-starter-type fluorescent lamp (such
as inverter-type lamps) is in the room. Consult the shop if that is the case.
• If the remote controller signals happen to operate another appliance, move that appliance
to somewhere else, or consult the shop.
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Preparation Before Operation
„ To set the clock
1. Press “CLOCK button”.
is displayed.
and
blinks.
2. Press “SELECT button” to set
the current day of the week.
3. Press “CLOCK button”.
blinks.
4. Press “SELECT button” to set
the clock to the present time.
Holding down “
” or “
” button
rapidly increases or decreases the time
display.
5. Press “CLOCK button”.
Always point the remote controller at the
indoor unit when pushing the buttons
when setting the indoor unit’s internal
clock.
blinks.
2, 4
1, 3, 5
NOTE
• If the indoor unit’s internal clock is not set to the correct time, the WEEKLY TIMER will not
operate punctually.
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„ Turn the breaker ON
• Turning ON the breaker closes the flap. (This is a normal procedure.)
NOTE
„ Tips for saving energy
• Be careful not to cool (heat) the room too much.
Keeping the temperature setting at a moderate level helps save energy.
• Cover windows with a blind or a curtain.
Blocking sunlight and air from outdoors increases the cooling (heating) effect.
• Clogged air filters cause inefficient operation and waste energy.
Clean them once in about every two weeks.
Recommended temperature setting
For cooling:26˚C – 28˚C
For heating:20˚C – 24˚C
„ Please note
• The air conditioner always consumes 15-35 watts of electricity even while it is not operating.
• If you are not going to use the air conditioner for a long period, for example in spring or autumn, turn the breaker OFF.
• Use the air conditioner in the following conditions.
Mode
Operating conditions
If operation is continued out of this range
COOL
Outdoor temperature:〈2MK(X)S40/50〉 10 to 46˚C
〈2MK(X)S52〉 –10 to 46˚C
〈3/4/5MK(X)S〉 –10 to 46˚C
〈RK(X)S〉 –10 to 46˚C
Indoor temperature: 18 to 32˚C
Indoor humidity: 80% max.
• A safety device may work to stop the operation.
(In multi system, it may work to stop the operation of
the outdoor unit only.)
• Condensation may occur on the indoor unit and drip.
HEAT
Outdoor temperature:〈2MXS40〉 –10 to 24˚C
〈2MXS50/52〉 –15 to 24˚C
〈3/4/5MXS〉 –15 to 24˚C
〈RXS〉 –15 to 24˚C
Indoor temperature: 10 to 30˚C
• A safety device may work to stop the operation.
DRY
Outdoor temperature:〈2MK(X)S40/50〉 10 to 46˚C
〈2MK(X)S52〉 –10 to 46˚C
〈3/4/5MK(X)S〉 –10 to 46˚C
〈RK(X)S〉 –10 to 46˚C
Indoor temperature: 18 to 32˚C
Indoor humidity: 80% max.
• A safety device may work to stop the operation.
• Condensation may occur on the indoor unit and drip.
• Operation outside this humidity or temperature range may cause a safety device to disable the system.
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2.2.4 AUTO · DRY · COOL · HEAT · FAN Operation
AUTO · DRY · COOL · HEAT · FAN Operation
The air conditioner operates with the operation
mode of your choice.
From the next time on, the air conditioner will
operate with the same operation mode.
„ To start operation
1. Press “MODE selector button”
and select a operation mode.
• Each pressing of the button advances
the mode setting in sequence.
: AUTO
: DRY
5
4
: COOL
: HEAT
: FAN
2, 3
1
Cooling only
model
Heat pump
model
2. Press “ON/OFF button”.
• The OPERATION lamp lights up.
„ To stop operation
3. Press “ON/OFF button” again.
• Then OPERATION lamp goes off.
„ To change the temperature setting
4. Press “TEMPERATURE adjustment button”.
DRY or FAN mode
AUTO or COOL or HEAT mode
Press “
“
The temperature setting is not variable.
” to raise the temperature and press
” to lower the temperature.
Set to the temperature you like.
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„ To change the air flow rate setting
5. Press “FAN setting button”.
DRY mode
AUTO or COOL or HEAT or FAN mode
Five levels of air flow rate setting from “
plus “
”“
” to “
”
” are available.
The air flow rate setting is not variable.
• Indoor unit quiet operation
When the air flow is set to “ ”, the noise from the indoor unit will become quieter.
Use this when making the noise quieter.
The unit might lose capacity when the air flow rate is set to a weak level.
NOTE
„ Note on HEAT operation
• Since this air conditioner heats the room by taking heat from outdoor air to indoors, the heating
capacity becomes smaller in lower outdoor temperatures. If the heating effect is insufficient, it
is recommended to use another heating appliance in combination with the air conditioner.
• The heat pump system heats the room by circulating hot air around all parts of the room.
After the start of heating operation, it takes some time before the room gets warmer.
• In heating operation, frost may occur on the outdoor unit and lower the heating capacity. In
that case, the system switches into defrosting operation to take away the frost.
• During defrosting operation, hot air does not flow out of indoor unit.
„ Note on COOL operation
• This air conditioner cools the room by blowing the hot air in the room outside, so if the
outside temperature is high, performance drops.
„ Note on DRY operation
• The computer chip works to rid the room of humidity while maintaining the temperature as
much as possible. It automatically controls temperature and fan strength, so manual
adjustment of these functions is unavailable.
„ Note on AUTO operation
• In AUTO operation, the system selects a temperature setting and an appropriate operation
mode (COOL or HEAT) based on the room temperature at the start of the operation.
• The system automatically reselects setting at a regular interval to bring the room
temperature to user-setting level.
• If you do not like AUTO operation, you can manually select the operation mode and setting
you like.
„ Note on air flow rate setting
• At smaller air flow rates, the cooling (heating) effect is also smaller.
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2.2.5 Adjusting the Air Flow Direction
Adjusting the Air Flow Direction
You can adjust the air flow direction to increase
your comfort.
„ To adjust the horizontal
blade (flap)
1. Press “SWING button
”.
• “
” is displayed on the LCD and the
flaps will begin to swing.
2. When the flap has reached the
desired position,
press “SWING button
”
once more.
• The flap will stop moving.
• “
1, 2
” disappears from the LCD.
„ To adjust the vertical
blades (louvers)
Hold the knob and move the louver.
(You will find a knob on the left-side and the rightside blades.)
Notes on flap and louvers angle
• Unless “SWING” is selected, you should set the
flap at a near-horizontal angle in HEAT mode and
at a upward position in COOL or DRY mode to
obtain the best performance.
HEAT
COOL/
DRY
„ ATTENTION
• When adjusting the flap by hand, turn off the unit,
and use the remote controller to restart the unit.
• Be careful when adjusting the louvers. Inside the
air outlet, a fan is rotating at a high speed.
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„ Air flow selection
• Make air flow selection according to what suits you.
When setting the air flow selection switch to
.
• Air conditioner automatically decides the appropriate blowing pattern depending on the operating
mode/situation.
Operating mode
Situation
Blowing pattern
COOL mode
• When the room has become fully
cool, or when one hour has
passed since turning on the air
conditioner.
• So that air does not come into
direct contact with people, air is
blown upper air outlet, room temperature is equalized.
• At start of operation or other
times when the room is not fully
cooled.
• At times other than below.
(Normal time.)
• Air is blown from the upper and
lower air outlets for high speed
cooling during COOL mode, and
for filling the room with warm air
during HEAT mode.
HEAT mode
• At start or when air temperature
is low.
• So that air does not come into
direct contact with people. Air is
blown upper air outlet.
• During Dry mode, so that cold air does not come into direct contact with people, air is blown
upper air outlet.
When setting the air outlet selection switch to
.
• Regardless of the operating mode or situation, air blows from the upper air outlet.
• Use this switch when you do not want air coming out of the lower air outlet. (While sleeping etc.)
CAUTION
• Do not try to adjust the flap by hand.
• When adjusting by hand, the mechanism may not operate properly or condensation may drip
from air outlets.
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2.2.6 POWERFUL Operation
POWERFUL Operation
POWERFUL operation quickly maximizes the
cooling (heating) effect in any operation mode.
You can get the maximum capacity.
„ To start POWERFUL
operation
1. Press “POWERFUL button”.
• POWERFUL operation ends in
20minutes. Then the system
automatically operates again with the
settings which were used before
POWERFUL operation.
• When using POWERFUL operation,
there are some functions which are
not available.
• “
” is displayed on the LCD.
1, 2
„ To cancel POWERFUL
operation
2. Press “POWERFUL button”
again.
• “
” disappears from the LCD.
NOTE
„ Notes on POWERFUL operation
• POWERFUL Operation cannot be used together with ECONO or QUIET Operation.
Priority is given to the function of whichever button is pressed last.
• POWERFUL Operation can only be set when the unit is running. Pressing the operation
stop button causes the settings to be canceled, and the “ ” disappears from the LCD.
• In COOL and HEAT mode
To maximize the cooling (heating) effect, the capacity of outdoor unit must be increased
and the air flow rate be fixed to the maximum setting.
The temperature and air flow settings are not variable.
• In DRY mode
The temperature setting is lowered by 2.5˚C and the air flow rate is slightly increased.
• In FAN mode
The air flow rate is fixed to the maximum setting.
• When using priority-room setting
See “Note for multi system”.
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2.2.7 OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET Operation
OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET Operation
OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation lowers the
noise level of the outdoor unit by changing the
frequency and fan speed on the outdoor unit.
This function is convenient during night.
„ To start OUTDOOR
UNIT QUIET operation
1. Press “QUIET button”.
• “
” is displayed on the LCD.
„ To cancel OUTDOOR
UNIT QUIET operation
2. Press “QUIET button” again.
• “
” disappears from the LCD.
1, 2
NOTE
„ Note on OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation
• If using a multi system, this function will work only when the OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET
operation is set on all operated indoor units.
However, if using priority-room setting, see “Note for multi system”
• This function is available in COOL, HEAT, and AUTO modes.
(This is not available in FAN and DRY mode.)
• POWERFUL operation and OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation cannot be used at the
same time.
Priority is given to the function of whichever button is pressed last.
• If operation is stopped using the remote controller or the main unit ON/OFF switch when
using OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation, “
” will remain on the remote controller
display.
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2.2.8 ECONO Operation
ECONO Operation
ECONO operation is a function which enables
efficient operation by lowering the maximum
power consumption value.
„ To start ECONO
operation
1. Press “ECONO button”.
•“
” is displayed on the LCD.
„ To cancel ECONO
operation
2. Press “ECONO button” again.
•“
” disappears from the LCD.
1, 2
NOTE
• ECONO Operation can only be set when the unit is running. Pressing the operation stop
button causes the settings to be canceled, and the “ ” disappears from the LCD.
• ECONO operation is a function which enables efficient operation by limiting the power
consumption of the outdoor unit (operating frequency).
• ECONO operation functions in AUTO, COOL, DRY, and HEAT modes.
• POWERFUL operation and ECONO operation cannot be used at the same time.
Priority is given to the function of whichever button is pressed last.
• Power consumption may not drop even if ECONO operation is used, when the level of
power consumption is already low.
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2.2.9 TIMER Operation
TIMER Operation
Timer functions are useful for automatically
switching the air conditioner on or off at night or in
the morning. You can also use OFF TIMER and
ON TIMER in combination.
„ To use OFF TIMER
operation
• Check that the clock is correct.
If not, set the clock to the present time.
(page 8.)
1. Press “OFF TIMER button”.
is displayed.
blinks.
2. Press “SELECT button” until
the time setting reaches the
point you like.
• Every pressing of either button
increases or decreases the time
setting by 10 minutes. Holding down
either button changes the setting
rapidly.
3. Press “OFF TIMER button”
again.
1, 3
4
2
• The TIMER lamp lights up.
„ To cancel the OFF TIMER Operation
4. Press “CANCEL button”.
• The TIMER lamp goes off.
NOTE
• When TIMER is set, the present time is not displayed.
• Once you set ON, OFF TIMER, the time setting is kept in the memory. (The memory is
canceled when remote controller batteries are replaced.)
• When operating the unit via the ON/OFF Timer, the actual length of operation may vary from
the time entered by the user. (Maximum approx. 10 minutes)
„ NIGHT SET MODE
When the OFF TIMER is set, the air conditioner automatically adjusts the temperature
setting (0.5˚C up in COOL, 2.0˚C down in HEAT) to prevent excessive cooling (heating) for
your pleasant sleep.
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„ To use ON TIMER
operation
• Check that the clock is correct. If not, set
the clock to the present time. (page 8.)
1. Press “ON TIMER button”.
is displayed.
blinks.
2. Press “SELECT button” until
the time setting reaches the
point you like.
• Every pressing of either button
increases or decreases the time setting
by 10 minutes. Holding down either
button changes the setting rapidly.
3. Press “ON TIMER button”
again.
• The TIMER lamp lights up.
2
1, 3
„ To cancel ON TIMER
operation
4
4. Press “CANCEL button”.
• The TIMER lamp goes off.
„ To combine ON TIMER and OFF TIMER
• A sample setting for combining the two timers is shown below.
Display
(Example)
Present time: 11:00 p.m.
(The unit operating)
OFF TIMER at 0:00 a.m.
ON TIMER at 7:00 a.m.
Combined
ATTENTION
„ In the following cases, set the timer again.
• After a breaker has turned OFF.
• After a power failure.
• After replacing batteries in the remote controller.
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2.2.10 WEEKLY TIMER Operation
WEEKLY TIMER Operation
Up to 4 timer settings can be saved for each day of the week.
„ To use WEEKLY TIMER operation
• Make sure the day of the week and time are set.
If not, set the day of the week and time. (page 8.)
• The following procedure is to make a reservation
on Monday for Tuesday 6:00 am/27˚C.
1. Press “
button”.
• The day of the week and the reservation
number will be displayed.
• 1 to 4 settings can be made per day.
2. Press the “SELECT button” to select the desired
day of the week and reservation number.
• Pressing the “SELECT button” changes the
reservation number and the day of the week.
1
3, 5
3. Press “NEXT button”.
• The day of the week will be set.
• “
” and “
” blink.
2, 4, 6
4. Press “SELECT button” to select the desired mode.
• “
” and “
” or “
” will flash.
ON TIMER
OFF TIMER
no setting
• To go to the next reservation setting, select “no setting”.
5. Press “NEXT button”.
• The weekly mode will be set.
• “
” and “
” blink.
6. Press “SELECT button” to select the desired time.
• The time can be set between 0:00 and 23:50 in 10 minute intervals.
• Press “BACK button” to return to the mode setting.
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7. Press “NEXT button”.
• The time will be set.
• “
” and the temperature blink.
8. Press “SELECT button” to
select the desired temperature.
• The temperature can be set between
10˚C and 32˚C.
• To return to the time setting, press
“BACK button”.
• The set temperature is only displayed
when the mode setting is on.
9. Press “NEXT button”.
• The temperature will be set.
• The temperature will be set and go to
the next reservation setting.
• Set the following using the same
procedures.
10.Press “
button” to
complete the setting.
• Point the remote controller toward the
air conditioner and press the buttons to
operate. The air conditioner will beep
and the operation lamp will flash.
10
7, 9
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„ To cancel WEEKLY
TIMER operation
11.Press “WEEKLY button” to
deactivate the WEEKLY
operation.
• The “
” will disappear from the
display.
• The TIMER lamp goes off.
• To reactivate the WEEKLY TIMER
operation, press the “WEEKLY button”
again.
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NOTE
„ WEEKLY TIMER
• Do not forget to set the time on the remote control first.
• The day of the week, time and ON/OFF can be set with WEEKLY TIMER. For ON-TIMER, settings
other than the above are based on the remote controller settings just before the operation.
• The “WEEKLY button” activates or deactivates the reservation.
• To set WEEKLY TIMER, press “
button” and make a reservation according to the procedures.
• Only the time and set temperature set with the weekly timer are sent with the “
button”.
Set the weekly timer only after setting the operation mode, the fan strength, and the fan
direction ahead of time.
• Up to 4 settings per day and up to 28 settings per week can be reserved with WEEKLY
TIMER. If a reservation deactivated with “WEEKLY button” is activated once again, the last
reservation made will be used.
• Cooling: The unit operates at 18˚C even if it is set at 10 to 17˚C.
• Heating: The unit operates at 30˚C even if it is set at 31 to 32˚C.
• Shutting the breaker off, power outages, and other similar events will render operation of the
indoor unit’s internal clock inaccurate. Reset the clock. (page 8.)
• The “BACK button” can be used only for the mode, time and temperature settings.
It cannot be used to go back to the reservation number.
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„ Confirming a
reservation
• The reservation can be confirmed.
1. Press “
button”.
• The day of the week and the reservation
number of the current day will be
displayed.
2. Press “SELECT button” to
select the day of the week and
the reservation number to be
confirmed.
• Pressing the “SELECT button” displays
the reservation details.
1, 3
4, 6
3. Press “
button”.
• Reservation confirmation complete.
„ Canceling all
reservations
2, 5
4. Hold the “WEEKLY button” for 5 seconds.
• Be sure to direct the remote control toward the main unit and check for a receiving tone.
• This operation is not effective while WEEKLY TIMER is being set.
• All reservations will be canceled.
„ Canceling individual reservations
• This function can be used for canceling reservations for each day of the week.
• It can be used while confirming or setting reservations.
5. Select the day of the week to be canceled with the “SELECT button”.
6. Hold the “WEEKLY button” for 5 seconds.
• The selected reservation will be canceled.
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„ Setting WEEKLY TIMER
using copy mode
• A reservation made once can be easily copied and
the same settings used for another day of the week.
1. Press “
button”.
2. Press “SELECT button” to confirm
the day of the week to be copied.
3. Press “COPY button”.
• This activates copy mode.
• Copy whole reservation of the selected day of the week.
4. Press “SELECT button” to select
the destination day of the week.
1, 6
3, 5
2, 4
5. Press “COPY button”.
• The reservation will be copied to the selected day of the week. The whole reservation of the
selected day of the week will be copied.
• The reservation can be copied to another day of the week in succession.
6. Press “
button”.
• Exit copy mode.
NOTE
„ COPY MODE
• The entire reservation of the source day of the week is copied in the copy mode.
Detailed settings can be made after the copy is completed.
• Both WEEKLY TIMER and ON/OFF timer cannot be used at the same time. The ON/OFF timer has priority if it is set
while WEEKLY TIMER is still active. WEEKLY TIMER is activated after the reserved ON/OFF timer is completed.
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2.2.11 Note for Multi System
Note for Multi System
〈〈 What is a “Multi System”? 〉〉
This system has one outdoor unit connected to
multiple indoor units.
A
room
Outdoor
unit
■ Selecting the operation mode
1. With the Priority Room Setting
present but inactive or not present.
B
room
Living
room
C
room
When more than one indoor unit is operating, priority is given to the first unit that was turned on.
In this case, set the units that are turned on later
to the same operation mode (*1) as the first unit.
Otherwise, they will enter the Standby Mode, and the operation lamp will flash; this does not indicate malfunction.
(*1)
• COOL, DRY and FAN mode may be used at the same time.
• AUTO mode automatically selects COOL mode or HEAT mode based on the room temperature.
Therefore, AUTO mode is available when selecting the same operation mode as that of the room
with the first unit to be turned on.
CAUTION
Normally, the operation mode in the room where the unit is first run is given priority, but the
following situations are exceptions, so please keep this in mind.
If the operation mode of the first room is FAN Mode, then using Heating Mode in any room after this will give priority to
heating. In this situation, the air conditioner running in FAN Mode will go on standby, and the operation lamp will flash.
2. With the Priority Room Setting active.
See “Priority Room Setting” on the next page.
■ NIGHT QUIET Mode (Available only for cooling operation)
NIGHT QUIET Mode requires initial programming during installation. Please consult your retailer or dealer for assistance.
NIGHT QUIET Mode reduces the operation noise of the outdoor unit during the night time hours to
prevent annoyance to neighbors.
• The NIGHT QUIET Mode is activated when the temperature drops 5°C or more below the highest temperature
recorded that day. Therefore, when the temperature difference is less than 5°C, this function will not be activated.
• NIGHT QUIET Mode reduces slightly the cooling (heating) efficiency of the unit.
■ OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation (page 15.)
1. With the Priority Room Setting present but inactive or not present.
When using the OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation feature with the Multi system, set all
indoor units to OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation using their remote controllers.
When clearing OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation, clear one of the operating indoor units using their remote controller.
However OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation display remains on the remote controller for other rooms.
We recommend you release all rooms using their remote controllers.
2. With the Priority Room Setting active.
See “Priority Room Setting” on the next page.
■ Cooling / Heating mode lock (Available only for heat pump models)
The Cooling / Heating Mode Lock requires initial programming during installation.Please consult your retailer or dealer
for assistance. The Cooling / Heating Mode Lock sets the unit forcibly to either Cooling or Heating Mode. This function
is convenient when you wish to set all indoor units connected to the Multi system to the same operation mode.
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■ Priority Room Setting
The Priority Room Setting requires initial programming during installation. Please consult your
retailer or dealer for assistance.
The room designated as the Priority Room takes priority in the following situations;
1. Operation mode Priority.
As the operation mode of the Priority Room takes precedence, the user can select a different
operation mode from other rooms.
〈Example〉
* Room A is the Priority Room in the examples.
When COOL mode is selected in Room A while operating the following modes in Room B,C and D:
Operation mode in Room
B, C and D
COOL or DRY or FAN
Status of Room B, C and D when the unit in Room
A is in COOL mode
Current operation mode maintained
HEAT
The unit enters Standby Mode. Operation resumes when
the Room A unit stops operating.
AUTO
If the unit is set to COOL mode, operation continues. If set
to HEAT mode, it enters Standby Mode. Operation
resumes when the Room A unit stops operating.
2. Priority when POWERFUL operation is used.
〈Example〉
* Room A is the Priority Room in the examples.
The indoor units in Rooms A,B,C and D are all operating. If the unit in Room A enters
POWERFUL operation, operation capacity will be concentrated in Room A. In such a case,
the cooling (heating) efficiency of the units in Rooms B,C and D may be slightly reduced.
3. Priority when using OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation.
〈Example〉
* Room A is the Priority Room in the examples.
Just by setting the unit in Room A to QUIET operation, the air conditioner starts OUTDOOR
UNIT QUIET operation.
You don’t have to set all the operated indoor units to QUIET operation.
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2.2.12 Care and Cleaning
Care and Cleaning
CAUTION
Before cleaning, be sure to stop the operation and
turn the breaker OFF.
Units
„ Indoor unit, Outdoor unit and Remote controller
1. Wipe them with dry soft cloth.
„ Front panel
1. Open the front panel.
• Slide the two stoppers on the left and right
sides inward until they click.
2. Remove the front panel.
• Remove the string.
• Allowing the front panel to fall forward will
enable you to remove it.
String
3. Clean the front panel.
• Wipe it with a soft cloth soaked in water.
• Only neutral detergent may be used.
• In case of washing the front panel with water,
dry it with cloth, dry it up in the shade after
washing.
4. Attach the front panel.
• Insert the front panel into the grooves of the
unit (3 places).
• Attach the string to the right, inner-side of the
front grille.
• Close the panel slowly.
String
Place front
panel in
grooves.
CAUTION
• Don’t touch the metal parts of the indoor unit. If you touch those parts, this may cause an
injury.
• When removing or attaching the front panel, use a robust and stable stool and watch your
steps carefully.
• When removing or attaching the front panel, support the panel securely with hand to prevent
it from falling.
• For cleaning, do not use hot water above 40˚C, benzine, gasoline, thinner, nor other volatile
oils, polishing compound, scrubbing brushes, nor other hand stuff.
• After cleaning, make sure that the front panel is securely fixed.
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Filters
1. Open the front panel. (page 26.)
2. Remove the air filter.
• Press the claws on the right and left of the air
filter down slightly, then pull upward.
3. Take off the Titanium Apatite
Photocatalytic Air-Purifying Filter.
• Hold the tabs of the frame, and remove the
claws in 4 places.
4. Clean or replace each filter.
See figure.
5. Set the air filter and Titanium Apatite
Photocatalytic Air-Purifying Filter as
they were and close the front panel.
Titanium Apatite
Photocatalytic
Air-Purifying
Filter
Air filter
• Operation without air filters may result in
troubles as dust will accumulate inside the
indoor unit.
„ Air Filter
1. Wash the air filters with water or clean them with
vacuum cleaner.
• If the dust does not come off easily, wash them with neutral
detergent thinned with lukewarm water, then dry them up in the
shade.
• It is recommended to clean the air filters every 2 weeks.
„ Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic
Air-Purifying Filter
The Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic Air-Purifying Filter can be renewed by washing it with water
once every 6 months. We recommend replacing it once every 3 years.
[ Maintenance ]
1. Vacuum dusts, and soak in warm water or water for about 10 to 15
minutes if dirt is heavy.
2. Do not remove filter from frame when washing with water.
3. After washing, shake off remaining water and dry in the shade.
4. Since the material is made out of paper, do not wring out the filter when removing water from it.
[ Replacement ]
1. Remove the tabs on the filter frame and replace with a new filter.
• Dispose of the old filter as flammable waste.
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NOTE
• Operation with dirty filters:
(1) cannot deodorize the air.
(2) cannot clean the air.
(3) results in poor heating or cooling. (4) may cause odour.
• To order Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic Air-Purifying Filter contact to the service shop
there you bought the air conditioner.
• Dispose of the old filter as flammable waste.
Item
Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic Air-Purifying Filter
(without frame) 1 set
Part No.
KAF968A42
Check
Check that the base, stand and other fittings of the outdoor unit are not decayed or corroded.
Check that nothing blocks the air inlets and the outlets of the indoor unit and the outdoor unit.
Check that the drain comes smoothly out of the drain hose during COOL or DRY operation.
• If no drain water is seen, water may be leaking from the indoor unit. Stop operation and
consult the service shop if this is the case.
„ Before a long idle period
1. Operate the “FAN only” for several hours on a fine day to dry out the
inside.
• Press “MODE” button and select “FAN” operation.
• Press “ON/OFF” button and start operation.
2. After operation stops, turn off the breaker for the room air conditioner.
3. Clean the air filters and set them again.
4. Take out batteries from the remote controller.
NOTE
• When a multi outdoor unit is connected, make sure the heating operation is not used at
the other room befure you use the fan operation. (page 24.)
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2.2.13 Troubleshooting
Trouble Shooting
These cases are not troubles.
The following cases are not air conditioner troubles but have some reasons. You may just continue
using it.
Case
Explanation
Operation does not start soon. • This is to protect the air conditioner.
You should wait for about 3 minutes.
• When ON/OFF button was
pressed soon after operation
was stopped.
• When the mode was reselected.
Hot air does not flow out soon
after the start of heating
operation.
• The air conditioner is warming up. You should wait for 1 to 4
minutes.
(The system is designed to start discharging air only after it
has reached a certain temperature.)
The heating operation stops
suddenly and a flowing sound
is heard.
• The system is taking away the frost on the outdoor unit.
You should wait for about 4 to 12 minutes.
The outdoor unit emits water or
steam.
„ In HEAT mode
• The frost on the outdoor unit melts into water or steam
when the air conditioner is in defrost operation.
„ In COOL or DRY mode
• Moisture in the air condenses into water on the cool
surface of outdoor unit piping and drips.
Mist comes out of the indoor
unit.
„ This happens when the air in the room is cooled into mist by
the cold air flow during cooling operation.
„ This is because the air in the room is cooled by the heat
exchanger and becomes mist during defrost operation.
The indoor unit gives out odour. „ This happens when smells of the room, furniture, or
cigarettes are absorbed into the unit and discharged with the
air flow.
(If this happens, we recommend you to have the indoor unit
washed by a technician. Consult the service shop where you
bought the air conditioner.)
The outdoor fan rotates while
the air conditioner is not in
operation.
„ After operation is stopped:
• The outdoor fan continues rotating for another 60 seconds
for system protection.
„ While the air conditioner is not in operation:
• When the outdoor temperature is very high, the outdoor
fan starts rotating for system protection.
The operation stopped
suddenly.
(OPERATION lamp is on.)
„ For system protection, the air conditioner may stop operating
on a sudden large voltage fluctuation.
It automatically resumes operation in about 3 minutes.
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Check again.
Please check again before calling a repair person.
Case
The air conditioner does not
operate.
(OPERATION lamp is off.)
Check
•
•
•
•
Hasn’t a breaker turned OFF or a fuse blown?
Isn’t it a power failure?
Are batteries set in the remote controller?
Is the timer setting correct?
Cooling (Heating) effect is poor. • Are the air filters clean?
• Is there anything to block the air inlet or the outlet of the
indoor and the outdoor units?
• Is the temperature setting appropriate?
• Are the windows and doors closed?
• Are the air flow rate and the air direction set appropriately?
Operation stops suddenly.
(OPERATION lamp flashes.)
• Are the air filters clean?
• Is there anything to block the air inlet or the outlet of the
indoor and the outdoor units?
Clean the air filters or take all obstacles away and turn the
breaker OFF. Then turn it ON again and try operating the air
conditioner with the remote controller. If the lamp still flashes,
call the service shop where you bought the air conditioner.
• Are operation modes all the same for indoor units connected
to outdoor units in the multi system?
If not, set all indoor units to the same operation mode and
confirm that the lamps flash.
Moreover, when the operation mode is in “AUTO”, set all
indoor unit operation modes to “COOL” or “HEAT” for a
moment and check again that the lamps are normal.
If the lamps stop flashing after the above steps, there is no
malfunction.
(page 24.)
An abnormal functioning
happens during operation.
• The air conditioner may malfunction with lightning or radio
waves. Turn the breaker OFF, turn it ON again and try
operating the air conditioner with the remote controller.
Attempted heating, but the unit
would not accept the
instruction.
• When selecting heating, warning beeps are heard, the main
unit operating lamp (green) blinks for 5 seconds, and the
current operating status is maintained.
Check the specifications of the outdoor unit. If the outdoor
unit is cooling only model, set the remote controller for a
cooling only model using the cooling only/heat pump switch
on the remote controller.
If you do not know how to switch the setting, contact the
service shop where you purchased the air conditioner.
The remote controller allows
selection of “heating” even
though the unit is cooling only
model.
Heating cannot be selected,
even though the unit is heat
pump model.
• Set the remote controller so that it is for a heat pump model
by using the cooling only/heat pump switch on the remote
controller.
If you do not know how to switch the setting, contact the
service shop where you purchased the air conditioner.
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Call the service shop immediately.
WARNING
„ When an abnormality (such as a burning smell) occurs, stop operation and turn the breaker OFF.
Continued operation in an abnormal condition may result in troubles, electric shocks or fire.
Consult the service shop where you bought the air conditioner.
„ Do not attempt to repair or modify the air conditioner by yourself.
Incorrect work may result in electric shocks or fire.
Consult the service shop where you bought the air conditioner.
If one of the following symptoms takes place, call the service shop immediately.
„ The power cord is abnormally hot or damaged.
„ An abnormal sound is heard during operation.
„ The safety breaker, a fuse, or the earth leakage breaker
cuts off the operation frequently.
„ A switch or a button often fails to work properly.
„ There is a burning smell.
„ Water leaks from the indoor unit.
„ After a power failure
The air conditioner automatically resumes
operation in about 3 minutes. You should just
wait for a while.
Turn the breaker
OFF and call the
service shop.
„ Lightning
If lightning may strike the neighbouring area,
stop operation and turn the breaker OFF for
system protection.
Disposal requirements
Your air conditioning product is marked with this symbol. This means that electrical and
electronic products shall not be mixed with unsorted household waste.
Do not try to dismantle the system yourself: the dismantling of the air conditioning
system, treatment of the refrigerant, of oil and of other parts must be done by a
qualified installer in accordance with relevant local and national legislation.
Air conditioners must be treated at a specialized treatment facility for re-use, recycling and recovery. By
ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help to prevent potential negative consequences
for the environment and human health. Please contact the installer or local authority for more
information.
Batteries must be removed from the remote controller and disposed of separately in accordance with
relevant local and national legislation.
We recommend periodical maintenance.
In certain operating conditions, the inside of the air conditioner may get foul after several seasons of
use, resulting in poor performance. It is recommended to have periodical maintenance by a specialist
aside from regular cleaning by the user. For specialist maintenance, contact the service shop where
you bought the air conditioner.
The maintenance cost must be born by the user.
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Fault diagnosis.
FAULT DIAGNOSIS BY REMOTE CONTROLLER
In the ARC452A series, the temperature display sections on the main unit indicate corresponding codes.
1. When the TIMER CANCEL button is held down for 5 seconds, a “ ” indication flashes on
the temperature display section.
TIMER CANCEL button
It cancels the timer setting.
2. Press the TIMER CANCEL button repeatedly until a continuous beep is produced.
• The code indication changes as shown below, and notifies with a long beep.
SYSTEM
INDOOR UNIT
OUTDOOR
UNIT
CODE
00
UA
U0
U2
U4
A1
A5
A6
C4
C9
EA
E1
E5
E6
E7
E8
F3
F6
H0
H6
H8
H9
J3
J6
L3
L4
L5
P4
MEANING
NORMAL
INDOOR-OUTDOOR UNIT COMBINATION FAULT
REFRIGERANT SHORTAGE
DROP VOLTAGE OR MAIN CIRCUIT OVERVOLTAGE
FAILURE OF TRANSMISSION (BETWEEN INDOOR UNIT AND OUTDOOR UNIT)
INDOOR PCB DEFECTIVENESS
HIGH PRESSURE CONTROL OR FREEZE-UP PROTECTOR
FAN MOTOR FAULT
FAULTY HEAT EXCHANGER TEMPERATURE SENSOR
FAULTY SUCTION AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR
COOLING-HEATING SWITCHING ERROR
CIRCUIT BOARD FAULT
OL STARTED
FAULTY COMPRESSOR START UP
DC FAN MOTOR FAULT
OVERCURRENT INPUT
HIGH TEMPERATURE DISCHARGE PIPE CONTROL
HIGH PRESSURE CONTROL (IN COOLING)
SENSOR FAULT
OPERATION HALT DUE TO FAULTY POSITION DETECTION SENSOR
DC CURRENT SENSOR FAULT
FAULTY SUCTION AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR
FAULTY DISCHARGE PIPE TEMPERATURE SENSOR
FAULTY HEAT EXCHANGER TEMPERATURE SENSOR
ELECTRICAL PARTS HEAT FAULT
HIGH TEMPERATURE AT INVERTER CIRCUIT HEATSINK
OUTPUT OVERCURRENT
FAULTY INVERTER CIRCUIT HEATSINK TEMPERATURE SENSOR
NOTE
1. A short beep and two consecutive beeps indicate non-corresponding codes.
2. To cancel the code display, hold the TIMER CANCEL button down for 5 seconds. The code
display also cancel itself if the button is not pressed for 1 minute.
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1. WHAT TO DO BEFORE OPERATION
This operation manual is for the following systems
with standard control. Before initiating operation,
contact your Daikin dealer for the operation that corresponds to your system.
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PRECAUTIONS FOR GROUP CONTROL
SYSTEM OR TWO REMOTE CONTROLLER
CONTROL SYSTEM
This system provides two other control systems
beside individual control (one remote controller controls one indoor unit) system. Confirm the following if
your unit is of the following control system type.
• Group control system
One remote controller controls up to 16 indoor units.
All indoor units are equally set.
• Two remote controllers control system
Two remote controllers control one indoor unit (In case
of group control system, one group of indoor units)
The unit is individually operated.
NOTE
• Contact your Daikin dealer in case of changing
the combination or setting of group control and
two remote controllers control system.
Names and functions of parts
NOTE
• If the unit you purchased is controlled by a wireless remote controller, also refer to the wireless
remote controller’s operation manual.
If your installation has a customized control system,
ask your Daikin dealer for the operation that corresponds to your system.
• Heat pump type
This system provides cooling, heating, automatic,
program dry, and fan operation modes.
• Cooling only type
This system provides cooling, program dry, and
fan operation modes.
Refer to figure 2 on page [1]
a Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
The external appearance of the outdoor unit
varies depending on its capacity class.
b
The outdoor unit shown in the figure is for
reference to indicate features.
Contact your Daikin Dealer and verify which
outdoor unit you have.
c Remote controller
d Inlet air
e Discharged air
f Air outlet
g Air flow flap (at air outlet)
h Refrigerant piping, connection electric wire
i Drain pipe
Suction grille
j
The built-in air filter removes dust and dirt.
Ground wire
k Wire to ground from the outdoor unit to prevent electrical shocks.
2. SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
We recommend that you read this instruction manual carefully before use to gain full advantage of the
function of the air conditioner, and to avoid malfunction due to erroneous handling.
This air conditioner comes under the term appliances
not accessible to the general public.
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• The precautions described below are WARNING and CAUTION. These are very important
precautions concerning safety. Be sure to
observe all of them without fail.
WARNING .. These are the matters with possibilities leading to serious consequences such as death or serious
injury due to erroneous handling.
CAUTION ... These are the matters with possibilities leading to injury or material
damage due to erroneous handling including probabilities leading to serious consequences in
some cases.
• After reading, keep this manual at a place
where any user can read at any time. Furthermore, make certain that this operation manual
is handed to a new user when he takes over
the operation.
WARNING
Avoid exposure of your body directly to the
cold air for a long time, or avoid excessive
exposure of your body to the cold air.
Otherwise, your physical condition may be deteriorated and/or your health may be ruined.
When the air conditioner is in abnormal conditions (smell of something burning, etc),
unplug the power cord from the outlet, and
contact the dealer where you purchased the
air conditioner.
Continued operation under such circumstances
may result in a failure, electric shock, and fire.
Ask your dealer for installation of the air conditioner.
Incomplete installation performed by yourself may result
in a failure, a water leakage, electric shock, and fire.
Ask your dealer for improvement, repair, and
maintenance.
Incomplete improvement, repair, and maintenance may
result in a failure, a water leakage, electric shock, and fire.
Do not insert your finger, a stick, etc., into the
air inlet, outlet, and fan blades.
A fan in high-speed running may result in injury.
For refrigerant leakage, consult your dealer.
When the air conditioner is to be installed in a
small room, it is necessary to take proper measures so that the amount of any leaked refrigerant does not exceed the limiting concentration
even when it leaks. If the refrigerant leaks
exceeding the level of limiting concentration, an
oxygen deficiency accident may happen.
For installation of separately sold component parts, ask a specialist.
Be sure to use the separately sold component
parts designated by our company.
Incomplete installation performed by yourself
may result in a failure, a water leakage, electric
shock, and fire.
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Ask your dealer to move and reinstall the air
conditioner.
Incomplete installation may result in a failure, a
water leakage, electric shock, and fire.
Do not use any fuse with improper capacity.
The use of a piece of wire and whatnot may
result in a failure and fire.
The refrigerant in the air conditioner is safe and
normally does not leak. If the refrigerant leaks
inside the room, the contact with a fire of a burner,
a heater or a cooker may result in a harmful gas.
Do not use the air conditioner until when a service person confirms to finish repairing the portion where the refrigerant leaks.
CAUTION
Do not use the air conditioner for other purposes.
Do not use the air conditioner for a special application such as the storage of foods, animals and
plants, precision machines, and art objects as
otherwise the deterioration of quality may result.
Do not remove the air outlet of the outdoor unit.
The fan may get exposed and result in injury.
When the air conditioner is used in combination with
burners or heaters, perform sufficient ventilation.
Insufficient ventilation may result in an oxygen
deficiency accident.
Check and make sure that foundation blocks
are not damaged after a long use.
If they are left in a damaged condition, the unit
may fall and result in injury.
Neither place a flammable spray bottle near
the air conditioner nor perform spraying.
Doing so may result in a fire.
To clean the air conditioner, stop operation,
and unplug the power cord from the outlet.
Otherwise, an electric shock and injury may result.
Do not operate the air conditioner with a wet hand.
An electric shock may result.
Do not place items that might be damaged by
water under the indoor unit.
Water may condensate and drip if the humidity
reaches 80% or if the drain exit gets clogged.
Do not place a burner or heater at a place directly
exposed to the wind from the air conditioner.
Incomplete combustion of the burner or heater
may result.
Do not allow a child to mount on the outdoor
unit or avoid placing any object on it.
Falling or tumbling may result in injury.
Do not expose animals and plants directly to
the wind from the air conditioner.
Adverse influence to animals and plants may result.
Do not wash the air conditioner with water.
Electric shock or fire may result.
Do not install the air conditioner at any place
where flammable gas may leak out.
If the gas leaks out and stays around the air conditioner, a fire may break out.
Be sure to install an earth leakage breaker.
Unless it is installed, an electric shock or fire may result.
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Be sure the air conditioner is electrically grounded.
Do not connect the grounding conductor to a gas pipe,
water pipe, lightning arrester, and the grounding conductor for a telephone.
Imperfect grounding work may result in an electric shock.
Execute complete drain piping for perfect
drainage.
Incomplete piping may result in a water leakage.
The appliance is not intended for use by
young children or infirm persons without
supervision.
Young children should be supervised to
ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
3. OPERATION RANGE
If the temperature or the humidity is beyond the following conditions, safety devices may work and the air conditioner may not
operate, or sometimes, water may drop from the indoor unit.
COOLING
OUTDOOR UNIT
R35 · 45 · 60
RY35 · 45 · 60
R71 · 100 · 125
RP71 · 100 · 125
REP71 · 100 · 125
RY71 · 100 · 125
RYP71 · 100 · 125
RYEP71 · 100 · 125
INDOOR
TEMPER- HUMIDATURE
ITY
DB 18 to 33 80% or
WB 12 to 24 below
DB 18 to 33 80% or
WB 12 to 24 below
RMKS112 · 140 · 160
RMXS112 · 140 · 160
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OUTDOOR UNIT
INDOOR
TEMPERATURE
RY35 · 45 · 60
DB
15 to 27
RY71 · 100 · 125
RYP71 · 100 · 125
RYEP71 · 100 · 125
DB
15 to 27
RZP71 · 100 · 125
DB
15 to 27
RQ71 · 100 · 125
DB
10 to 27
RZQ71 · 100 · 125 ·
140
DB
10 to 27
RXS35 · 50 · 60
DB
10 to 30
3MXS52 · 2MXS52
4MXS68 · 80
DB
10 to 30
RMXS112 · 140 · 160 DB
10 to 30
OUTDOOR
TEMPERATURE
DB – 9 to 21
WB – 10 to 15.5
DB
– 9 to 21
WB
– 10 to 15.5
DB
WB
DB
WB
DB
WB
DB
WB
DB
WB
DB
WB
– 14 to 21
– 15 to 15.5
– 9 to 21
– 10 to 15
– 19.5 to 21
– 20 to 15.5
– 14 to 24
– 15 to 18
– 14 to 21
– 15 to 15.5
– 14 to 21
– 15 to 15.5
D B: Dry bulb temperature (˚C)
WB: Wet bulb temperature (˚C)
The setting temperature range of the remote controller is 16˚C to 32˚C.
DB – 5 to 46
4. INSTALLATION SITE
DB 21 to 35 80% or
WB 14 to 25 below
DB – 15 to 46
Regarding places for installation
DB 18 to 35 80% or
WB 12 to 25 below
DB – 5 to 46
• Is the air conditioner installed at a well-ventilated place where there are no obstacles
around?
DB
WB
DB
RQ71 · 100 · 125
WB
DB
RR71 · 100 · 125
WB
RZQ71 · 100 · 125 · DB
140
WB
RS50 · 60
DB
RKS35 · 50 · 60
WB
RXS35 · 50 · 60
3MKS50
DB
4MKS58 · 75 · 90
3MXS52 · 2MXS52
WB
4MXS68 · 80
RZP71 · 100 · 125
OUTDOOR
TEMPERATURE
HEATING
21 to 35
14 to 25
18 to 37
12 to 28
18 to 37
12 to 28
18 to 37
12 to 28
80% or
below
DB – 5 to 50
80% or
below
DB – 5 to 46
80% or
below
DB – 15 to 46
80% or
below
DB – 15 to 50
21 to 32 80% or
14 to 23 below
DB – 10 to 46
21 to 32
14 to 23
80% or
below
DB 21 to 32 80% or
WB 14 to 23 below
DB – 10 to 46
• Do not use the air conditioner in the following
places.
a.Filled with much mineral oil such as cutting oil
b.Where there is much salt such as a beach area
c.Where sulfured gas exists such as a hot-spring
resort
d.Where there are considerable voltage fluctuations such as a factory or plant
e.Vehicles and vessels
f .Where there is much spray of oil and vapor such
as a cookery, etc.
g.Where there are machines generating electromagnetic waves
h.Filled with acid and/or alkaline steam or vapor
• Is a snow protection measure taken?
For details, consult your dealer.
Regarding wiring
DB – 5 to 46
• All wiring must be performed by an authorized
electrician.
To do wiring, ask your dealer. Never do it by yourself.
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• Make sure that a separate power supply circuit is provided for this air conditioner and
that all electrical work is carried out by qualified personnel according to local laws and
regulations.
5
DISPLAY “ ” “ ” “ ” “ ” “ ”
(OPERATION MODE)
This display shows the current OPERATION
MODE. For cooling only type, “ ” (Auto)
and “ ” (Heating) are not installed.
6
DISPLAY “
TEST” (INSPECTION/TEST
OPERATION)
When the INSPECTION/TEST OPERATION
BUTTON is pressed, the display shows the
system mode is in.
Pay attention to running noises, too
• Are the following places selected?
a.A place that can sufficiently withstand the
weight of the air conditioner with less running
noises and vibrations.
b.A place where the hot wind discharged from the
air outlet of the outdoor unit and the running
noises.
• Are you sure that there are no obstacles near
the air outlet of the outdoor unit?
Such obstacles may result in declined performance and increased running noises.
” (PROGRAMMED TIME)
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This display shows the PROGRAMMED
TIME of the system start or stop.
8
DISPLAY “
” (SET TEMPERATURE)
This display shows the set temperature.
• If abnormal noises occur in use, stop the operation of the air conditioner, and then consult
your dealer or our service station.
9
DISPLAY “
” (FAN SPEED)
This display shows the set fan speed.
Regarding drainage of drain piping
10
DISPLAY “ ” (AIR FLOW FLAP)
Refer to “AIR FLOW DIRECTION ADJUST”.
• Is the drain piping executed to perform complete drainage?
If proper drainage is not carried out from the outdoor drain pipes during air-conditioning operation,
chances are that dust and dirt are clogged in the
pipe. This may result in a water leakage from the
indoor unit. Under such circumstances, stop the
operation of the air conditioner, and then consult
your dealer or our service station.
5. NAME AND FUNCTION OF EACH
SWITCH AND DISPLAY ON THE
REMOTE CONTROLLER
1
2
3
4
ON/OFF BUTTON
Press the button and the system will start.
Press the button again and the system will
stop.
OPERATION LAMP (RED)
The lamp lights up during operation.
DISPLAY “
” (UNDER CENTRALIZED CONTROL)
When this display shows, the system is
UNDER CENTRALIZED CONTROL.
DISPLAY “
” “ ”“
”“
”
(VENTILATION/AIR CLEANING)
This display shows that the total heat
exchange and the air cleaning unit are in
operation (These are optional accessories).
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DISPLAY “
” (TIME TO CLEAN AIR FIL11 TER)
Refer to “HOW TO CLEAN THE AIR FILTER”.
DISPLAY “
” (DEFROST)
Refer to “DEFROST OPERATION”.
NON-FUNCTIONING DISPLAY
If that particular function is not available,
pressing the button may display the words
“NOT AVAILABLE” for a few seconds.
13 When running multiple units simultaneously
The “NOT AVAILABLE” message will only be
appear if none of the indoor units is equipped
with the function. If even one unit is equipped
with the function, the display will not appear.
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DISPLAY “
15
16
17
18
19
TIMER MODE START/STOP BUTTON
Refer to “PROGRAM TIMER OPERATION”.
TIMER ON/OFF BUTTON
Refer to “PROGRAM TIMER OPERATION”.
INSPECTION/TEST OPERATION BUTTON
This button is used only by qualified service
persons for maintenance purposes.
PROGRAMMING TIME BUTTON
Use this button for programming “START and/
or STOP” time.
TEMPERATURE SETTING BUTTON
Use this button for SETTING TEMPERATURE.
FILTER SIGN RESET BUTTON
Refer to HOW TO CLEAN THE AIR FILTER.
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FAN SPEED CONTROL BUTTON
20 Press this button to select the fan speed,
HIGH or LOW, of your choice.
OPERATION MODE SELECTOR BUTTON
21 Press this button to select OPERATION
MODE.
AIR FLOW DIRECTION ADJUST BUTTON
22
Refer to “AIR FLOW DIRECTION ADJUST ”.
NOTE
• For the sake of explanation, all indications are
shown on the display in Figure 1 contrary to
actual running situations.
6. OPERATION PROCEDURE
Refer to figure 1 on page [1]
• Operating procedure varies with heat pump type
and cooling only type. Contact your Daikin dealer
to confirm your system type.
• To protect the unit, turn on the main power switch
6 hours before operation.
• If the main power supply is turned off during operation, operation will restart automatically after the
power turns back on again.
COOLING, HEATING, AUTOMATIC, FAN,
AND PROGRAM DRY OPERATION
Operate in the following order.
1
OPERATION MODE SELECTOR
Press OPERATION MODE SELECTOR button several times and select the OPERATION MODE of your choice as follows.
„COOLING OPERATION......................... “
„HEATING OPERATION.......................... “
„AUTOMATIC OPERATION..................... “
Refer to figure 3 on page [1]
• For cooling only type, “COOLING” , “FAN” and
“DRY” operation are able to select.
2
ON/OFF
Press ON/OFF BUTTON
OPERATION lamp lights up or goes off and the system starts or stops OPERATION.
[EXPLANATION OF HEATING OPERATION]
DEFROST OPERATION
• As the frost on the coil of an outdoor unit increase,
heating effect decreases and the system goes
into DEFROST OPERATION.
• The indoor unit fan stops and the remote controller display shows “
”.
• After 6 to 8 minutes (maximum 10 minutes) of
DEFROST OPERATION, the system returns to
HEATING OPERATION.
Regarding outside air temperature and heating capacity
• The heating capacity of the air conditioner
declines as the outside air temperature falls. In
such a case, use the air conditioner in combination with other heating systems.
• A warm air circulating system is employed, and
therefore it takes some time until the entire room
is warmed up after the start of operation.
• An indoor fan runs to discharge a gentle wind
automatically until the temperature inside the air
conditioner reaches a certain level. At this time,
the remote controller displays “
”. Leave it
as it stands and wait for a while.
• When the warm air stays under the ceiling and
your feet are cold, we recommend that you use a
circulator (a fan to circulate the air inside the
room). For details, consult your dealer.
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”
”
• In this operation mode, COOL/HEAT
changeover is automatically conducted.
„FAN OPERATION .................................. “ ”
„DRY OPERATION.................................. “ ”
• The function of this program is to decrease the
humidity in your room with the minimum temperature decrease.
• Micro computer automatically determines
TEMPERATURE and FAN SPEED.
• This system does not go into operation if the
room temperature is below 16˚C.
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ADJUSTMENT
For programming TEMPERATURE, FAN SPEED
and AIR FLOW DIRECTION, follow the procedure
shown below.
Press the AIR FLOW DIRECTION ADJUST
button to select the air direction as following.
The AIR FLOW FLAP display
swings as shown the left and
the air flow direction continuously varies. (Automatic swing
setting)
TEMPERATURE SETTING
Press TEMPERATURE SETTING button and
program the setting temperature.
Press AIR FLOW DIRECTION
ADJUST button to select the air
direction of your choice.
Each time this button is pressed, setting
temperature rises 1˚C.
The AIR FLOW FLAP display
stops swinging and the air flow
direction is fixed (Fixed air flow
direction setting).
Each time this button is pressed, setting
temperature lowers 1˚C.
• The setting is impossible for fan operation.
NOTE
• The setting temperature range of the remote controller is 16˚C to 32˚C.
FAN SPEED CONTROL
Press FAN SPEED CONTROL button.
High or Low fan speed can be selected.
The micro computer may sometimes control the fan
speed in order to protect the unit.
AIR FLOW DIRECTION ADJUST
• There are 2 ways of adjusting the air discharge
angle.
1. A. Up and down adjustment
2. B. Left and right direction
Fig. 1
MOVEMENT OF THE AIR FLOW FLAP
For the following conditions, micro computer controls the air flow direction so it may be different from
the display.
Operation
mode
Cooling
Heating
• When room
temperature is
higher than the set
temperature
• At defrost operation
• When operating continuously at
downward air flow direction
• When room
temperature is
lower than the
set temperature
Operation
condition
Operation mode includes automatic operation.
B. LEFT AND RIGHT DIRECTION
• Adjusting air flow direction in the left and right
direction. (Refer to Fig. 1)
NOTE
• Only make adjustments after you have stopped
the air flow direction swing in a position where
adjustments are possible. Your hand may get
caught if you attempt to make adjustments while
the unit is swinging.
A. UP AND DOWN DIRECTION
• The movable limit of the flap is changeable. Contact your Daikin dealer for details.
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PROGRAM TIMER OPERATION
Operate in the following order.
• The timer is operated in the following two ways.
• Programming the stop time (
)
.... The system stops
operating after the set time has elapsed.
• Programming the start time (
)
.... The system starts
operating after the set time has elapsed.
• The timer can be programmed a maximum of 72
hours.
• The start and the stop time can be simultaneously
programmed.
TIMER MODE START/STOP
1
Press the TIMER MODE START/STOP button
several times and select the mode on the
display.
The display flashes.
For setting the timer stop .... “
For setting the timer start .... “
”
”
PROGRAMMING TIME
2
Press the PROGRAMMING TIME button and
set the time for stopping or starting the system.
When this button is pressed, the time
advances by 1 hour.
When this button is pressed, the time
goes backward by 1 hour.
TIMER ON/OFF
3
Press the TIMER ON/OFF BUTTON.
• Press the TIMER ON/OFF BUTTON once again
to cancel programming. The display vanishes.
7. OPTIMUM OPERATION
Observe the following precautions to ensure the
system operates.
• Adjust the room temperature properly for a comfortable environment. Avoid excessive heating or
cooling.
• Prevent direct sunlight from entering a room during cooling operation by using curtains or blinds.
• Ventilate the room regularly.
Using the unit for long periods of time requires
attentive ventilation of the room.
• Keep doors and windows closed. If the doors and
windows remain open, room air will flow out and
cause to decrease the effect of cooling and heating.
• Do not place other heaters directly below the
indoor unit.
They may deform due to the heat.
• Never place objects near the air inlet and the air
outlet of the unit. It may cause deterioration in the
effect or stop in the operation.
• Turn off the main power supply switch when it is
not used for long periods of time. When the main
power switch is turned on, some watts of electricity is being used even if the system is not operating. Turn off the main power supply switch for
saving energy. When reoperating, turn on the
main power supply switch 6hours before operation for smooth running (Refer to MAINTENANCE).
• When the display shows “
” (TIME TO CLEAN
AIR FILTER), ask a qualified service person to
clean the filters (Refer to MAINTENANCE).
The timer setting procedure ends.
The display “
or
” changes from flashing light to a constant light.
Refer to figure 4 on page [1]
NOTE
• When setting the timer Off and On at the same
time, repeat the above procedure from 1 to 3
once again.
When the timer is programmed to stop the system
after 3 hours and start the system after 4 hours, the
system will stop after 3 hours and then 1 hour later
the system will start.
• After the timer is programmed, the display shows
the remaining time.
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8. MAINTENANCE
(FOR SERVICE PERSONNEL)
ONLY A QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON IS
ALLOWED TO PERFORM MAINTENANCE
IMPORTANT!
• BEFORE OBTAINING ACCESS TO TERMINAL
DEVICES, ALL POWER SUPPLY CIRCUITS
MUST BE INTERRUPTED
• To clean the air conditioner, be sure to stop operation, and turn the power switch off. Otherwise, an
electric shock and injury may result.
• Do not wash the air conditioner with water
Doing so may result in an electric shock.
• Be careful with a scaffold or staging
Caution must be exercised because of work at a
high place.
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
HOW TO CLEAN THE AIR FILTER
Clean the air filter when the display shows “
”
(TIME TO CLEAN AIR FILTER).
It will display that it will operate for a set amount of
time.
Increase the frequency of cleaning if the unit is
installed in a room where the air is extremely contaminated.
If the dirt becomes impossible to clean, change the
air filter (Air filter for exchange is optional).
1. Open the suction grille.
Slide both knobs simultaneously as shown and
then pull them downward.
(Do the same procedure for closing.)
(Refer to Fig. 2)
2. Remove the air filters.
Push the 2 tabs up, and slowly lower the grille.
(Refer to Fig. 3)
3. Clean the air filter.
Use vacuum cleaner A) or wash the air filter with
water B).
A)Using a vacuum cleaner
B)Washing with water
When the air filter is very dirty, use soft brush
and neutral detergent.
Remove water and dry in the shade.
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
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• Do not wash the air conditioner with hot water of
more than 50˚C, as doing so may result in discoloration and/or deformation.
• Do not expose it to fire, as doing so may result in
burning.
4. Fix the air filter.
Set the hatch of the air filter to the fook of the
suction grille, and fix the air filter.
(Refer to Fig. 5)
5. Close the suction grille.
Refer to item No. 1.
6. After turning on the power, press FILTER
SIGN RESET BUTTON.
The “TIME TO CLEAN AIR FILTER” display vanishes.
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HOW TO CLEAN AIR OUTLET AND OUTSIDE PANELS
• Clean with soft cloth.
• When it is difficult to remove stains, use water or
neutral detergent.
NOTE
• Do not use gasoline, benzene, thinner, polishing
powder, liquid insecticide. It may cause discoloring or warping.
• Do not let the indoor unit get wet. It may cause an
electric shock or a fire.
• Do not use water or air of 50˚C or higher for cleaning air filters and outside panels.
HOW TO CLEAN THE SUCTION GRILLE
1. Open the suction grille.
Slide both knobs and then pull them downward.
(Do the same procedure for closing.)
2. Remove the air filter.
Refer to “HOW TO CLEAN THE AIR FILTER”.
(Refer to Fig. 3)
3. Remove the suction grille.
Open the suction grille and pull the clips on the
back of the suction grille forward.
(Refer to Fig. 4)
4. Clean the suction grille.
Wash with a soft bristle
brush and neutral detergent or water, and dry
throughly.
• When very grimy
Directly apply the type of detergent used for
cleaning ventilation fans or ovens, wait 10 minutes, and then rinse with water.
NOTE
• Do not wash the air conditioner with hot water of
more than 50˚C, as doing so may result in discoloration and/or deformation.
5. Fix the air filter.
Refer to “HOW TO CLEAN THE AIR FILTER ”.
6. Fix the suction grille.
Refer to item No. 3.
7. Close the suction grille.
Refer to item No. 1.
START UP AFTER A LONG STOP
Confirm the following
• Check that the air inlet and outlet are not blocked.
Remove any obstacle.
• Check if the earth is connected.
Might there be a broken wire somewhere?
Contact your dealer if there are any problems
Clean the air filter and outside panels
• After cleaning the air filter, make sure to attach it.
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Turn on the main power supply switch
• The display on the remote controller will be shown
when the power is turned on.
• To protect the unit, turn on the main power switch
at least 6 hours before operation.
WHAT TO DO WHEN STOPPING THE SYSTEM FOR A LONG PERIOD
Turn on FAN OPERATION for a half day and dry
the unit.
• Refer to “6. OPERATION PROCEDURE”.
Cut off the power supply.
• When the main power switch is turned on, some
watts of electricity is being used even if the system is not operating.
Turn off the main power supply switch for saving
energy.
• The display on the remote controller will vanish
when the main power switch is turned off.
Clean the air filter and the exterior.
• Be sure to replace the air filter to its original place
after cleaning. Refer to “MAINTENANCE”.
9. NOT MALFUNCTION OF THE AIR
CONDITIONER
The following symptoms do not indicate air conditioner malfunction
I. THE SYSTEM DOES NOT OPERATE
• The system does not restart immediately after
the ON/OFF BUTTON is pressed.
If the OPERATION lamp lights, the system is in
normal condition.
It does not restart immediately because a safety
device operates to prevent overload of the system. After 3 minutes, the system will turn on again
automatically.
• The system does not restart immediately
when TEMPERATURE SETTING button is
returned to the former position after pushing
the button.
If the OPERATION lamp lights, the system is in
normal condition.
It does not restart immediately because a safety
device operates to prevent overload of the system. After 3 minutes, the system will turn on again
automatically.
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• The system does not start when the display
shows “
” (UNDER CENTRALIZED
CONTROL) and it flashes for few seconds
after pressing an operation button.
This is because the system is under centralized control. Flashes on the display indicates that the system
cannot be controlled by the remote controller.
• The system does not start immediately after
the power supply is turned on.
Wait one minute until the micro computer is prepared for operation.
• The outdoor unit is stopped
This is because the room temperature has
reached the set temperature. The indoor unit
switches to fan operation.
II. WHEN “
” (UNDER CENTRALIZED CONTROL) IS DISPLAYED AND OPERATION IS DIFFERENT FROM THE REMOTE CONTROL DISPLAY.
This is because operating mode is controlled by a
micro computer, as shown below, depending on
the operating mode of the other connected indoor
units when using in a multi system.
• If the operating mode does not match that of the
other indoor units which are already running,
the indoor unit goes into standby mode (the fan
stops and the air flow flaps become horizontal).
The unit will go into the above mode if either cooling, dry, or fan operation mode are set together
with heating mode.
NOTE
• Normally, the operation mode in the room where
the unit is first run is given priority, but the following situations are exceptions, so please keep this
in mind.
a If the operation mode of the first room is FAN
Mode, then using Heating Mode in any room
after this will give priority to heating. In this situation, the air conditioner running in FAN Mode
will go on standby.
b With the Priority Room Setting active
Contact your Daikin dealer for the operation
that corresponds to your system.
• If the total capacity of all the indoor units running exceeds the limit, the indoor unit will go
into standby mode (fan and air flow direction
remain as set). (Only for cooling-only type.)
• If another indoor unit goes into heating mode
after cooling, the unit may go into dry mode
(fan operates whisper and the air flow flaps
become horizontal).
III.THE FAN SPEED IS DIFFERENT FROM THE
SETTING.
• Pressing the fan speed control button does
not change the fan speed.
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When the room temperature reaches the set temperature in heating mode, the power supply from
the outdoor unit stops and the indoor unit goes
into whisper mode (in a multi system, the fan goes
back and forth between stop and whisper).
This is to prevent the cool air from being blown
directly onto anyone in the room.
IV.AIR BLOW DIRECTION IS NOT AS SPECIFIED.
• Actual air blow direction is not as shown on
the remote controller.
• Automatic swing setting does not work.
Refer to “AIR FLOW DIRECTION ADJUST”.
V. WHITE MIST COMES OUT OF A UNIT
• When humidity is high during cooling operation (In oily or dusty places)
If the inside of an indoor unit is extremely contaminated, the temperature distribution inside a room
becomes uneven. It is necessary to clean the
inside of the indoor unit. Ask your Daikin dealer
for details on cleaning the unit. This operation
requires a qualified service person.
• When the system is changed over to HEATING
OPERATION after DEFROST OPERATION.
Moisture generated by DEFROST becomes
steam and exists.
VI.NOISE OF AIR CONDITIONERS
• A ringing sound after the unit is started.
This sound is generated by the temperature
regulator working.
It will quiet down after about a minute.
• A continuous flow “Shuh” sound is heard
when the systems is in COOLING or
DEFROST OPERATION.
This is the sound of refrigerant gas flowing
through both indoor and outdoor units.
• A “Shuh” sound which is heard at the start or
immediately after the stop of operation or
which is heard at the start or immediately after
the stop of DEFROST OPERATION.
This is the noise of refrigerant caused by flow stop
and flow change.
• A continuous flow “Shah” sound is heard
when the system is in COOLING OPERATION
or at a stop.
The noise is heard when the drain pump is in operation.
• A “Pishi-pishi” squeaking sound is heard
when the system is in operation or after the
stop of operation.
Expansion and contraction of plastic parts caused
by temperature change makes this noise.
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VII.DUST FROM THE UNITS
• Dust may blow out from the unit after starting
operation from long resting time.
Dust absorbed by the unit blows out.
II. If the system does not properly operate
except for the above mentioned case, and
none of the above mentioned malfunctions is
evident, investigate the system according to
the following procedures.
VIII.THE UNITS GIVE OFF ODORS
The unit absorbs the smell of rooms, furniture,
cigarettes, etc., and then emits them.
1. If the system does not operate at all.
• Check if there is a power failure.
Wait until power is restored. If power failure
occurs during operation, the system automatically restarts immediately after the power supply recovers.
• Check if the fuse has blown or breaker has
worked.
Change the fuse or set the breaker.
IX.THE LIQUID CRYSTAL OF THE REMOTE CONTROLLER SHOW “
”
• It happens immediately after the main power
supply switch is turned on.
This shows that the remote controller is in normal
condition.
This continues temporary.
10. TROUBLE SHOOTING
I. If one of the following malfunctions occurs,
take the measures shown below and contact
your Daikin dealer.
The system must be repaired by a qualified service
person.
WARNING
When the air conditioner is in abnormal conditions (smell of something burning, etc),
unplug the power cord from the outlet, and
contact your dealer
Continued operation under such circumstances
may result in a failure, electric shock, and fire.
• If a safety device such as a fuse, a breaker, or an
earth leakage breaker frequently actuates, or ON/
OFF switch does not properly work.
Measure: Turn off the main power switch
• If water leaks from unit.
Measure: Stop the operation.
• If the display “
” (INSPECTION), “UNIT No.”,
and the OPERATION lamp flash and the “MALFUNCTION CODE” appears.
OPERATION lamp
UNIT No.
C
INSPECTION
display
L H
INDOOR UNIT
No. in which a
malfunction occurs.
MALFUNCTION CODE
2. If the system stops operating after operating
the system.
• Check if the air inlet or outlet of outdoor or
indoor unit is blocked by obstacles.
Remove the obstacle and make it well-ventilated.
• Check if the air filter is clogged.
Ask a qualified service person to clean the air
filters (Refer to MAINTENANCE).
3. The system operates but it does not sufficiently cool or heat.
• If the air inlet or outlet of the indoor or the outdoor unit is blocked with obstacles.
Remove the obstacle and make it well-ventilated.
• If the air filter is clogged.
Ask a qualified service person to clean the air
filters (Refer to MAINTENANCE).
• If the set temperature is not proper (Refer to
ADJUSTMENT).
• If the FAN SPEED button is set to LOW
SPEED (Refer to ADJUSTMENT).
• If the air flow angle is not proper (Refer to AIR
FLOW DIRECTION ADJUST).
• If the doors or the windows are open.
Shut doors or windows to prevent wind from
coming in.
• If direct sunlight enters the room (when cooling).
Use curtains or blinds.
• When there are too many inhabitants in the
room (when cooling).
Cooling effect decreases if heat gain of the
room is too large.
• If the heat source of the room is excessive
(when cooling).
Cooling effect decreases if heat gain of the
room is too large.
Measure: Notify your Daikin dealer and inform
him/her of the display.
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Service Diagnosis
1. Caution for Diagnosis..........................................................................226
1.1 Troubleshooting with Operation Lamp .................................................226
2. Problem Symptoms and Measures .....................................................228
3. Service Check Function ......................................................................229
3.1 Check Method 1 ...................................................................................229
3.2 Check Method 2 ...................................................................................231
4. Code Indication on the Remote Controller ..........................................233
4.1 Error Codes and Description of Fault ...................................................233
5. Troubleshooting ..................................................................................234
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
5.12
5.13
5.14
5.15
5.16
5.17
5.18
5.19
5.20
5.21
5.22
5.23
5.24
5.25
5.26
5.27
5.28
Indoor Units ..........................................................................................234
Outdoor Units .......................................................................................235
Indoor Unit PCB Abnormality ...............................................................236
Freeze-up Protection Control or High Pressure Control.......................237
Fan Motor or Related Abnormality .......................................................239
Thermistor or Related Abnormality (Indoor Unit)..................................242
Front Panel Open / Close Fault............................................................243
Signal Transmission Error (between Indoor and Outdoor Unit) ...........244
Unspecified Voltage (between Indoor and Outdoor Units) ...................246
Freeze-up Protection Control ...............................................................247
Outdoor Unit PCB Abnormality.............................................................249
OL Activation (Compressor Overload) .................................................250
Compressor Lock .................................................................................251
DC Fan Lock ........................................................................................252
Input Over Current Detection ...............................................................253
Discharge Pipe Temperature Control...................................................255
High Pressure Control in Cooling .........................................................256
Compressor Sensor System Abnormality ............................................258
Position Sensor Abnormality ................................................................260
CT or Related Abnormality ...................................................................261
Thermistor or Related Abnormality (Outdoor Unit)...............................263
Electrical Box Temperature Rise..........................................................265
Radiation Fin Temperature Rise ..........................................................267
Output Over Current Detection.............................................................269
Insufficient Gas.....................................................................................271
Low-voltage Detection or Over-voltage Detection................................273
Signal Transmission Error (on Outdoor Unit PCB)...............................274
Anti-icing Function in Other Rooms / Unspecified Voltage
(between Indoor and Outdoor Units) ....................................................275
6. Check ..................................................................................................276
6.1 How to Check .......................................................................................276
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1. Caution for Diagnosis
1.1
Troubleshooting with Operation Lamp
The operation lamp flashes when any of the following errors is detected.
1. When a protection device of the indoor or outdoor unit is activated or when the thermistor
malfunctions, disabling equipment operation.
2. When a signal transmission error occurs between the indoor and outdoor units.
In either case, conduct the diagnostic procedure described in the following pages.
Location of
Operation Lamp
In case of
FTK(X)S 20/25/35/50 D Series
In case of
FTK(X)S 20/25/35 C Series
OPERATION lamp (green)
Indicator lamps
ON
OFF
ON/OFF
Operation lamp (green)
(R4297)
(R4298)
In case of
FTK(X)S 50/60/71 F Series
In case of
FTXG 25/35 E, CTXG 50 E Series
Indicator lamps
OPERATION lamp (green)
Operation lamp (green)
TIMER lamp (yellow)
INTELLIGENT EYE lamp (green)
ON/OFF switch
(R6332)
(R5072)
In case of
FDK(X)S 25/35/50/60 C Series
FDK(X)S 25/35 E Series
In case of
FVXS 25/35/50 F Series
OPERATION lamp (green)
OPERATION lamp (green)
(Q0340)
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In case of
FLK(X)S 25/35/50/60 B Series
OPERATION lamp (green)
(Q0341)
Caution:
Operation stops suddenly. (Operation lamp blinks.)
Cause of above trouble could be "Operation mode conflict".
Check followings;
Are the operation modes all the same for indoor units connected to Multi system outdoor unit?
If not set all indoor units to the same operation mode and confirm that the operation lamp is not
blinking.
Moreover, when the operation mode is in "Auto", set all indoor unit operation mode to "Cool" or
"Heat" and check again if the operation lamp is normal.
If the lamp stops blinking after the above steps, there is no malfunction.
Operation stops and operation lamp blinks only for indoor unit which the different operation
mode is set later. (The first set operation mode has priority.)
Troubleshooting
with the LED
Indication
Outdoor Unit
There are green and red LEDs on the PCB. The flashing green LED indicates normal equipment
condition, and the OFF condition of the red LED indicates normal equipment condition.
(Troubleshooting with the green LED)
The LED A (green) of the outdoor unit indicate microcomputer operation condition.
Even after the error is cancelled and the equipment operates in normal condition, the LED
indication remains.
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2. Problem Symptoms and Measures
Problem Symptom
Check Item
None of the units operates. Check the power supply.
Check the type of the indoor units.
Check the outdoor air temperature.
Diagnosis with indoor unit LED
indication
Diagnosis with outdoor unit LED
indication
Check the remote controller
addresses.
Operation sometimes
stops.
Check the power supply.
Check the outdoor air temperature.
Some indoor units do not
operate.
Equipment operates but
does not cool, or does not
heat (only for heat pump
model).
Large operating noise and
vibrations
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Diagnosis with indoor unit LED
indication
Diagnosis with outdoor unit LED
indication
Check the type of the indoor units.
Details of Measure
Check to make sure that the rated voltage is
supplied.
Check to make sure that the indoor unit type is
compatible with the outdoor unit.
Heating operation cannot be used when the
outdoor air temperature is 15.5°C or higher
(only for heat pump model), and cooling
operation cannot be used when the outdoor air
temperature is below –10 °C
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No.
to be
referred
—
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Check to make sure that address settings for
the remote controller and indoor unit are
correct.
A power failure of 2 to 10 cycles can stop air
conditioner operation. (Operation lamp OFF)
Heating operation cannot be used when the
outdoor air temperature is 15.5°C or higher
(only for heat pump model), and cooling
operation cannot be used when the outdoor air
temperature is below –10°C
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235
Check to make sure that the indoor unit type is
compatible with the outdoor unit.
—
—
Diagnosis with indoor unit LED
indication
Diagnosis with outdoor unit LED
—
indication
Check for wiring and piping errors in Conduct the wiring/piping error check described
the indoor and outdoor units
on the product diagnosis nameplate.
connection wires and pipes.
Check for thermistor detection errors. Check to make sure that the main unit’s
thermistor has not dismounted from the pipe
holder.
Check for faulty operation of the
Set the units to cooling operation, and compare
electronic expansion valve.
the temperatures of the liquid side connection
pipes of the connection section among rooms to
check the opening and closing operation of the
electronic expansion valves of the individual
units.
Diagnosis with indoor unit LED
—
indication
Diagnosis with outdoor unit LED
—
indication
Diagnosis by service port pressure
Check for insufficient gas.
and operating current
Check the output voltage of the
—
power transistor.
Check the power transistor.
—
Check the installation condition.
Check to make sure that the required spaces
for installation (specified in the Engineering
Data book, etc.) are provided.
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3. Service Check Function
3.1
Check Method 1
The temperature display sections on the main unit indicate corresponding codes.
ARC433 Series
1. When the timer cancel button is held down for 5 seconds, a “00” indication flashes on the
temperature display section.
ON
CANCEL
TIMER CANCEL button
It cancels the timer setting.
OFF
TIMER
< ARC433B70, 71 >
(R6849)
2. Press the timer cancel button repeatedly until a continuous beep is produced.
„ The code indication changes in the sequence shown below, and notifies with a long beep.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Code
00
U4
F3
E6
L5
A6
E5
F6
C9
U0
E7
No.
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Code
C7
H8
J3
A3
A1
C4
C5
H9
J6
UA
A5
No.
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
Code
H0
E1
P4
L3
L4
H6
H7
U2
UH
EA
AH
No.
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Code
F6
C7
A3
H8
H9
C9
C4
C5
J3
J6
E5
No.
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
Code
A1
E1
UA
UH
P4
L3
L4
H7
U2
EA
AH
<In case of ARC433B70, 71>
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Note:
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Code
00
U4
L5
E6
H6
H0
A6
E7
U0
F3
A5
1. A short beep and two consecutive beeps indicate non-corresponding codes.
2. To cancel the code display, hold the timer cancel button down for 5 seconds. The code
display also cancels itself if the button is not pressed for 1 minute.
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1. When the timer cancel button is held down for 5 seconds, a “00” indication flashes on the
temperature display section.
<Open the lid>
TIMER CANCEL button
It cancels the timer setting.
< ARC452A2 >
(R6757)
2. Press the timer cancel button repeatedly until a continuous beep is produced.
„ The code indication changes in the sequence shown below, and notifies with a long beep.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Note:
230
Code
00
U4
L5
E6
H6
H0
A6
E7
U0
F3
A5
F6
No.
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
Code
C7
A3
H8
H9
C9
C4
C5
J3
J6
E5
A1
E1
No.
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
Code
UA
UH
P4
L3
L4
H7
U2
EA
AH
FA
1. A short beep and two consecutive beeps indicate non-corresponding codes.
2. To cancel the code display, hold the timer cancel button down for 5 seconds. The code
display also cancels itself if the button is not pressed for 1 minute.
Service Diagnosis
SiBE12-713
3.2
Service Check Function
Check Method 2
1. Enter the diagnosis mode.
Press the 3 buttons (TEMP ,TEMP , MODE) simultaneously.
(R4272)
The digit of the number of tens blinks.
Try again from the start when the digit does not blink.
(R4273)
2. Press the TEMP button.
Press TEMP or TEMP
and change the digit until you hear the sound of “beep” or “pi pi”.
(R4274)
3. Diagnose by the sound.
“pi” : The number of tens does not accord with the error code.
“pi pi” : The number of tens accords with the error code.
“beep” : The both numbers of tens and units accord with the error code. (→ See 7.)
4. Enter the diagnosis mode again.
Press the MODE button.
(R4275)
The digit of the number of units blinks.
(R4276)
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Service Check Function
5. Press the TEMP button.
Press TEMP or TEMP
SiBE12-713
and change the digit until you hear the sound of “beep”.
(R4277)
6. Diagnose by the sound.
“pi” : The both numbers of tens and units do not accord with the error code.
“pi pi” : The number of tens accords with the error code.
“beep” : The both numbers of tens and units accord with the error code.
7. Determine the error code.
The digits indicated when you hear the “beep” sound are error code.
(Error codes and description → Refer to page 233.)
8. Exit from the diagnosis mode.
Press the MODE button.
(R4278)
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Code Indication on the Remote Controller
4. Code Indication on the Remote Controller
4.1
Error Codes and Description of Fault
Code Indication Description of Problem
System
Indoor
Unit
Outdoor
Unit
Service Diagnosis
00
U0
U2
U4
U7
UA
UH
A1
A5
A6
C4
C7
C9
A5
E1
E5
E6
E7
E8
F3
F6
H0
H6
H8
H9
J3
J6
J8
J9
L3
L4
L5
P4
Normal
Insufficient gas
Low-voltage detection or over-voltage detection
Signal transmission error (between indoor and outdoor units)
Signal transmission error (on outdoor unit PCB)
Unspecified voltage (between indoor and outdoor units)
Anti-icing function in other rooms
Indoor unit PCB abnormality
Freeze-up protection function or high pressure control
Fan motor or related abnormality
Heat exchanger temperature thermistor abnormality
Front panel open / close fault
Room temperature thermistor abnormality
Freeze-up protection control
Outdoor unit PCB abnormality
OL activation (compressor overloaded)
Compressor lock
DC fan lock
Input over current detection
Discharge pipe temperature control
High pressure control in cooling
Compressor sensor system abnormality
Position sensor abnormality
CT or related abnormality
Outdoor air thermistor or related abnormality
Discharge pipe thermistor or related abnormality
Heat exchanger thermistor or related abnormality
Liquid pipe thermistor or related abnormality
Gas pipe thermistor or related abnormality
Electrical box temperature rise
Radiation fin temperature rise
Output over current detection
Radiation fin thermistor or related abnormality
233
Troubleshooting
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5. Troubleshooting
5.1
Indoor Units
- : Not used for troubleshooting
∗ : Varies depending on the cases.
Indication on the
remote controller
00
A1
A5
Description of the Fault
Indoor unit in normal condition (Conduct a diagnosis of the outdoor unit.)
Details of fault
(Refer to the
indicated page.)
—
Indoor unit PCB abnormality
236
Freeze-up protection control or high pressure control (heat pump model only)
237
AC motor (Wall : 20~35 C series, Duct, Floor / Ceiling)
DC motor (Wall : 20~50 D, E series, Floor)
239
240
A6
Fan motor or related
abnormality
C4
C7
C9
U4
UA
Heat exchanger thermistor or related abnormality
242
Front panel open / close fault (FTXG-E series, CTXG-E series)
243
Room temperature thermistor abnormality
242
Signal transmission error (between indoor and outdoor units)
244
Unspecified voltage (between indoor and outdoor units)
246
234
Service Diagnosis
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5.2
Troubleshooting
Outdoor Units
4: ON, 1: OFF, 5: Blinks
Green : Flashes when in normal condition
Red : OFF in normal condition
- : Not used for troubleshooting
∗ : Varies depending on the cases.
Outdoor Unit LED Indication
Green
Red
A
1
2
3
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
3
3
4
3
4
4
4
3
4
3
4
4
4
4
3
3
3
4
3
4
3
4
4
4
3
3
4
4
3
4
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
3
4
4
3
3
Indication on
the remote
controller
3 00
4
4
4
4
3
3
3
4
4
3
4
3
3
UA
UH
(U0)
U2
U7
A5
E1
(E5)
(E6)
E7
E8
F3
F6
H0
H8
H6
H9
J3
J6
J8
J9
P4
L3
L4
5
5
4
3
4
3
3
3
4
4
5
3
3
4
3 L5
Note:
Service Diagnosis
Description of The Fault
Reference
Page
Outdoor unit in normal condition
(Conduct a diagnosis of the indoor unit.)
Unspecified voltage (between indoor and outdoor units)
275
Anti-icing function in other rooms
275
Insufficient gas
271
Low-voltage detection or over-voltage detection
273
Signal transmission error (on outdoor unit PCB)
274
Freeze-up protection control
247
Outdoor unit PCB abnormality
249
OL activation (compressor overload)
250
Compressor lock
251
DC fan lock
252
Input over current detection
253
Discharge pipe temperature control
255
High pressure control in cooling
256
Compressor sensor system abnormality
258
CT or related abnormality
261
Position sensor abnormality
260
Outdoor air thermistor or related abnormality
263
Discharge pipe thermistor or related abnormality
263
Heat exchanger thermistor or related abnormality
263
Liquid pipe thermistor or related abnormality
263
Gas pipe thermistor or related abnormality
263
Radiation fin thermistor or related abnormality
263
Electrical box temperature rise
265
Radiation fin temperature rise
(Protection of driver overheating)
Output over current detection
267
—
269
1. The indications in the parenthesis ( ) in the remote controller display column are displayed
only when system-down occurs.
2. When a sensor error occurs, check the remote controller display to determine which sensor
is malfunctioning.
If the remote controller does not indicate the error type, conduct the following operation.
*Turn the power switch off and back on again. If the same LED indication appears again
immediately after the power is turned on, the fault is in the thermistor.
*If the above condition does not result, the fault is in the CT.
3. The indoor unit error indication may take the precedence in the remote controller display.
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Troubleshooting
5.3
SiBE12-713
Indoor Unit PCB Abnormality
A1
Remote
Controller
Display
Method of
Malfunction
Detection
Evaluation of zero-cross detection of power supply by indoor unit.
Malfunction
Decision
Conditions
When there is no zero-cross detection in approximately 10 continuous seconds.
Supposed
Causes
„ Faulty indoor unit PCB
„ Faulty connector connection
Troubleshooting
Caution
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector,
or parts damage may be occurred.
Connector connection check
(note).
Is it normal?
NO
Correct connections.
YES
Replace PCBs.
(R1400)
Note:
Connector Nos. vary depending on models.
Control connector
Model Type
Wall Mounted Type 20 / 25 / 35 class
Wall Mounted Type 50 / 60 / 71 class
Duct Connected Type
Floor / Ceiling Suspended Dual Type
Floor Standing Type
236
Connector No.
Terminal strip~Control PCB
Terminal strip~Control PCB
Terminal strip~Control PCB
S37
Terminal strip~Control PCB
Service Diagnosis
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5.4
Troubleshooting
Freeze-up Protection Control or High Pressure Control
Remote
Controller
Display
A5
Method of
Malfunction
Detection
„ High pressure control (heat pump model only)
Malfunction
Decision
Conditions
„ High pressure control
Supposed
Causes
„
„
„
„
„
Service Diagnosis
During heating operations, the temperature detected by the indoor heat exchanger
thermistor is used for the high pressure control (stop, outdoor fan stop, etc.)
„ The freeze-up protection control (operation halt) is activated during cooling operation
according to the temperature detected by the indoor unit heat exchanger thermistor.
During heating operations, the temperature detected by the indoor heat exchanger
thermistor is above 65°C
„ Freeze-up protection
When the indoor unit heat exchanger temperature is below 0°C during cooling operation.
Operation halt due to clogged air filter of the indoor unit.
Operation halt due to dust accumulation on the indoor unit heat exchanger.
Operation halt due to short-circuit.
Detection error due to faulty indoor unit heat exchanger thermistor.
Detection error due to faulty indoor unit PCB.
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Troubleshooting
Caution
Check No.06
Refer to P.279
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector,
or parts damage may be occurred.
Check the air passage.
Is there any
short-circuit?
YES
Provide sufficient air passage.
NO
Check the intake air filter.
Is it very dirty?
YES
Clean the air filter.
NO
Check the dust accumulation on
the indoor unit heat exchanger.
Is it very dirty?
YES
Clean the heat exchanger.
NO
Check No. 06
Indoor unit heat exchanger
thermistor check
Does it conform to
the thermistor characteristic
chart?
NO
YES
Replace the indoor unit PCB.
Replace the thermistor
(replace the indoor unit PCB).
(R4695)
Note:
238
If the outside temperature is below –10°C in the cooling mode, the system may get interrupted
with error A5 displayed. The system will be reset itself, but this stop will be put in the error history
memory.
Service Diagnosis
SiBE12-713
5.5
Troubleshooting
Fan Motor or Related Abnormality
5.5.1 AC Motor
Remote
Controller
Display
A6
Method of
Malfunction
Detection
The rotation speed detected by the Hall IC during fan motor operation is used to determine
abnormal fan motor operation.
Malfunction
Decision
Conditions
When the detected rotation speed does not reach the demanded rotation speed of the target
tap, and is less than 50% of the maximum fan motor rotation speed.
Supposed
Causes
„
„
„
„
„
Operation halt due to short circuit inside the fan motor winding.
Operation halt due to breaking of wire inside the fan motor.
Operation halt due to breaking of the fan motor lead wires.
Operation halt due to faulty capacitor of the fan motor.
Detection error due to faulty control PCB.
Troubleshooting
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector,
or parts damage may be occurred.
Caution
Check No.16
Refer to P.285
Operate the fan.
Does it rotate?
YES
Check No. 16
Check Hall IC
NO
Rotate the fan by hand.
Is there an output?
NO
Does it rotate smoothly?
NO
YES
Replace the fan motor or control
PCB.
Replace the fan motor
Check the fan motor voltage.
YES
Check the fan motor voltage.
(immediately after re-start)
Is it at the rated voltage?
∗
YES
NO
Is it at the rated voltage?
∗
Check the capacitor's
conductivity
NO
Replace control PCB.
Replace the fan motor.
Replace the control PCB.
∗ Measure the voltage between
the red and black lead wires of
the fan motor, and check if the
maximum voltage reaches the
rated voltage.
YES
Is there conductivity?
NO
YES
Replace the capacitor.
(Replace the control PCB.)
Replace the fan motor.
(R3219)
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Troubleshooting
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5.5.2 DC Motor
Remote
Controller
Display
A6
Method of
Malfunction
Detection
The rotation speed detected by the Hall IC during fan motor operation is used to determine
abnormal fan motor operation.
Malfunction
Decision
Conditions
When the detected rotation speed does not reach the demanded rotation speed of the target
tap, and is less than 50% of the maximum fan motor rotation speed.
Supposed
Causes
„
„
„
„
„
240
Operation halt due to short circuit inside the fan motor winding.
Operation halt due to breaking of wire inside the fan motor.
Operation halt due to breaking of the fan motor lead wires.
Operation halt due to faulty capacitor of the fan motor.
Detection error due to faulty indoor unit PCB (1).
Service Diagnosis
SiBE12-713
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Caution
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector,
or parts damage may be occurred.
Check No.01
Refer to P.276
Turn off power supply
and rotate fan by hand.
Check No.02
Refer to P.276
Does fan rotate
smoothly?
NO
Replace fan motor.
YES
Turn power ON and
operate fan.
Does it rotate?
Turn off power supply
NO and disconnect fan motor
connector, then turn
power ON.
YES
Check No.01
Check output of fan
motor connector
Is motor
power voltage
DC 200V
generated?
NO
Replace indoor
unit PCB (1) or (2).
YES
Is motor
control power voltage
DC 15V
generated?
NO Check No.02
Check output of indoor
unit PCB (1)
YES
Turn off power supply and
disconnect fan motor
connector, then turn
power ON again.
Is motor control
power voltage DC 16V
generetad?
YES
Check No.01
Check output of fan
motor connector
Is rotation
number command
voltage DC 5V
generated?
Check No.01
Check output of fan
motor connector
YES
NO
Replace indoor
unit PCB (2) .
Check No.01
Check output of fan
motor connector
Replace fan motor.
Note : Motor may
break when
the motor
connector is
disconnected
while
remaining
power supply.
Is rotation
NO
number command pulse
generated?
Replace fan motor
and indoor PCB (2) .
YES
Is rotation
number command pulse
generated?
Replace indoor
unit PCB (1) .
YES
NO
Stop fan motor.
NO
Replace indoor
unit PCB (2) .
Replace fan motor.
Replace indoor
unit PCB (2) .
(R6961)
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Troubleshooting
5.6
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Thermistor or Related Abnormality (Indoor Unit)
C4, C9
Remote
Controller
Display
Method of
Malfunction
Detection
The temperatures detected by the thermistors are used to determine thermistor errors.
Malfunction
Decision
Conditions
When the thermistor input is more than 4.96 V or less than 0.04 V during compressor
operation∗.
∗ (reference)
When above about 212°C (less than 120 ohms) or below about -50°C (more than 1,860 kohms).
Note:
Supposed
Causes
The values vary slightly in some models.
„ Faulty connector connection
„ Faulty thermistor
„ Faulty PCB
Troubleshooting
Caution
Check No.06
Refer to P.279
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector,
or parts damage may be occurred.
Check the connector connection.
Is it normal?
NO
Correct the connection.
YES
Check No. 06
Thermistor resistance check
Is it normal?
NO
YES
Replace the thermistor.
(Replace the indoor unit PCB.)
Replace the indoor unit PCB.
(R4696)
C4 : Heat exchanger temperature thermistor
C9 : Room temperature thermistor
242
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5.7
Troubleshooting
Front Panel Open / Close Fault
C7
Remote
Controller
Display
Method of
Malfunction
Detection
Malfunction
Decision
Conditions
„ The system will be shut down when the error occurs twice.
Supposed
Causes
„ Malfunction of the reduction motor
„ Malfunction or deterioration of the front panel mechanism
„ Malfunction of the limit switch
Troubleshooting
Caution
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector,
or parts damage may be occurred.
Restart and check
the movement.
Does it move?
YES
NO
Remove the front panel
and check the movement.
Does it move?
NO
Replace the reduction motor.
YES
Does it open / close
fully?
NO
YES
Restart.
Does the error code
reappear?
YES
NO
Replace the assembly of the
front panel mechanism.
+Check the movement of the
right and left separately by
hand.
It is supposed such as
deformation of the panel or
stuffed dust.
Find out the cause.
Replace the limit switch.
(R3313)
Note:
Service Diagnosis
You cannot operate the unit by the remote controller when the front panel mechanism breaks
down.
<To the dealers: temporary measure before repair>
1. Pull the plug out or turn the breaker off.
2. Remove the decorative plate.
3. Remove the slot-in panel.
4. Put the plug in or turn the breaker on.
(Wait until the initialization finishes.)
5. Operate the unit by the indoor unit ON/OFF switch.
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Troubleshooting
5.8
SiBE12-713
Signal Transmission Error (between Indoor and Outdoor
Unit)
Remote
Controller
Display
U4
Method of
Malfunction
Detection
The data received from the outdoor unit in indoor unit-outdoor unit signal transmission is
checked whether it is normal.
Malfunction
Decision
Conditions
When the data sent from the outdoor unit cannot be received normally, or when the content of
the data is abnormal.
Supposed
Causes
„
„
„
„
„
244
Faulty outdoor unit PCB.
Faulty indoor unit PCB.
Indoor unit-outdoor unit signal transmission error due to wiring error.
Indoor unit-outdoor unit signal transmission error due to disturbed power supply waveform.
Indoor unit-outdoor unit signal transmission error due to breaking of wire in the connection
wires between the indoor and outdoor units (wire No. 2).
„ Short circuit inside the fan motor winding.
Service Diagnosis
SiBE12-713
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Caution
Check No.10
Refer to P.282
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector,
or parts damage may be occurred.
Check the indoor unit-outdoor unit
connection wires.
Is there any wiring error?
YES
Correct the indoor unit-outdoor
unit connection wires.
NO
Check the outdoor unit's LED A.
Is LED A flashing?
NO
Diagnose the outdoor unit.
YES
Check the voltage of the indoor
unit-outdoor unit connection wires
between No. 1 and No. 2, and
between No 2 and No. 3.
Is the voltage 0 V?
YES
NO
Replace the connection wires
between the indoor and
outdoor units.
Rotate fan by hand.
Does fan rotate
smoothly?
NO
Replace fan motor and
outdoor unit PCB .
YES
Check No. 10
Check power supply waveform.
Is there any disturbance?
YES
NO
Replace indoor unit control
PCB .
Locate the cause of the
disturbance of the power supply
waveform, and correct it.
(R6471)
Service Diagnosis
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Troubleshooting
5.9
SiBE12-713
Unspecified Voltage (between Indoor and Outdoor Units)
Remote
Controller
Display
UA
Method of
Malfunction
Detection
The supply power is detected for its requirements (different from pair type and multi type) by the
indoor / outdoor transmission signal.
Malfunction
Decision
Conditions
The pair type and multi type are interconnected.
Supposed
Causes
„
„
„
„
Wrong models interconnected
Wrong indoor unit PCB mounted
Indoor unit PCB defective
Wrong outdoor unit PCB mounted or defective
Troubleshooting
Caution
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector,
or parts damage may be occurred.
Check the indoor and outdoor unit
model numbers.
Indoor unit and outdoor unit
matched?
NO
Match the compatible
models.
YES
Check the code numbers
(2P01234, for example) of the
indoor and outdoor unit PCB with
the Parts List.
Matched compatibly?
YES
NO
Change for the specified
PCB (1) or (2).
Replace the indoor unit
PCB (or
(1) the
(or the
outdoor
outdoor
unitunit
PCB).
(R6962)
(Q0347)
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Troubleshooting
5.10 Freeze-up Protection Control
Remote
Controller
Display
A5
Outdoor Unit LED
Display
A5 14 21 34 44
Method of
Malfunction
Detection
Indoor unit icing, during cooling operation, is detected by checking the temperatures sensed by
the indoor unit heat exchanger thermistor and room temperature thermistor that are located in a
shut-down room.
Malfunction
Decision
Conditions
In the cooling mode, the following conditions (A) and (B) are kept together for 5 minutes.
(A) Indoor unit heat exchanger temperature ≤ –1°C
(B) Indoor unit heat exchanger temperature ≤ Room temperature –10°C
If the freeze-up protection control is activated 4 times continuously, the system will be shut
down.
(The 4-time counter will reset itself if any of the following errors does not occur for 60
minutes: OL, radiation fin temperature rise, gas shortage, and compressor startup.)
Supposed
Causes
Service Diagnosis
„
„
„
„
„
Wrong wiring or piping
EV malfunctioning in each room
Short-circuit
Indoor unit heat exchanger thermistor defective
Room temperature thermistor defective
247
Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
Caution
Check No.04
Refer to P.277
Check No.06
Refer to P.279
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector,
or parts damage may be occurred.
Check the wiring and piping.
Wiring or piping out of spec?
YES
Activate the wiring error
check mode.
NO
Check No. 04
Check the electronic expansion
valve.
Motor functioning?
NO
Replace the defective EV
or coil.
YES
Check No. 06
Check the outdoor unit heat
exchanger thermistor.
Thermistor as specified
in its characteristic
chart?
NO
Replace the heat
exchanger thermistor.
YES
Check No. 06
Check the room temperature
thermistor.
Thermistor as specified
in its characteristic
chart?
NO
Replace the room
temperature thermistor.
YES
Change the gas to let moisture out
of the unit (after drawing a
vacuum).
Error again?
NO
YES
Replace the room
temperature thermistor or
indoor unit heat exchanger
thermistor.
Do the vacuum-drying.
Replace the indoor unit
PCB and then start the
wiring error check mode.
(R4715)
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Service Diagnosis
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Troubleshooting
5.11 Outdoor Unit PCB Abnormality
Remote
Controller
Display
E1
Outdoor Unit LED
Display
A5 14 24 34 41
Method of
Malfunction
Detection
„ Detect within the programme of the microcomputer that the programme is in normal running
Malfunction
Decision
Conditions
„ When the programme of the microcomputer is in abnormal running order.
Supposed
Causes
„ Out of control of microcomputer caused by external factors
z Noise
z Momentary fall of voltage
z Momentary power loss
„ Defective outdoor unit PCB
order.
Troubleshooting
Caution
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector,
or parts damage may be occurred.
Power on again
Error again?
YES
Replace the outdoor unit
PCB.
NO
Check to see that the machine is
grounded.
Grounded?
YES
NO
Carry out grounding work.
The cause can be external
factors other than
malfunction.
Investigate the cause of
noise.
(R5142)
Service Diagnosis
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Troubleshooting
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5.12 OL Activation (Compressor Overload)
Remote
Controller
Display
E5
Outdoor Unit LED
Display
A5 1 4 21 34 41
Method of
Malfunction
Detection
A compressor overload is detected through compressor OL.
Malfunction
Decision
Conditions
„ If the compressor OL is activated twice, the system will be shut down.
„ The error counter will reset itself if this or any other error does not occur during the following
Supposed
Causes
„
„
„
„
„
„
60-minute compressor running time (total time).
∗ The operating temperature condition is not specified.
Refrigerant shortage
Four way valve malfunctioning
Outdoor unit PCB defective
Water mixed in the local piping
Electronic expansion valve defective
Stop valve defective
Troubleshooting
Caution
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector,
or parts damage may be occurred.
Check No.04
Refer to P.277
Discharge pipe thermistor
disconnected?
Check No.05
Refer to P.278
Check No.11
Refer to P.282
Malfunctioning
∗ Discharge pipe thermistor
Replace the discharge pipe
thermistor.
Functioning
Check No. 04
Check the electronic expantion
valve.
Malfunctioning
Replace the valve itself or
the coil.
Functioning
Check No. 05
Check the four way valve.
Malfunctioning
Functioning
Check No. 11
Check the refrigerant line.
Functioning
250
Insert the thermistor in
position.
NO
Check No. 06
Check the thermistors
Check No.06
Refer to P.279
YES
Malfunctioning
∗ Refrigerant shortage
∗ Water mixed
∗ Stop valve defective
Replace the four way valve
coil or the valve itself.
Replace the outdoor unit
PCB.
Refer to the refrigerant line
check procedure.
Replace the outdoor unit
PCB.
(R4697)
Service Diagnosis
SiBE12-713
Troubleshooting
5.13 Compressor Lock
Remote
Controller
Display
E6
Outdoor Unit LED
Display
A5 11 24 34 41
Method of
Malfunction
Detection
A compressor lock is detected by checking the compressor running condition through the
position detection circuit.
Malfunction
Decision
Conditions
„ Judging from current waveform generated when high-frequency voltage is applied to the
Supposed
Causes
„ Compressor locked
compressor.
„ The system will be shut down if the error occurs 16 times.
„ Clearing condition: Continuous run for about 5 minutes (normal)
Troubleshooting
Caution
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector,
or parts damage may be occurred.
Turn off the power. Disconnect the
harnesses U, V and W.
∗ Inverter checker
Part No.: 1225477
Check with the inverter checker (∗).
Normal?
NO
YES
Turn off the power and reconnect
the harnesses. Turn on the power
again and get the system restarted.
Emergency stop
without compressor
running?
YES
Correct the power supply or
replace the PM1.
(Replace the outdoor unit
PCB.)
Replace the compressor.
NO
System shut
down after errors repeated
several times?
YES
NO
Check the electronic
expansion valve.
Replace it as required.
Replace the compressor.
(R5143)
Service Diagnosis
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Troubleshooting
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5.14 DC Fan Lock
Remote
Controller
Display
E7
Outdoor Unit LED
Display
A5 14 24 34 44
Method of
Malfunction
Detection
A fan motor line error is detected by checking the high-voltage fan motor rpm being detected by
the Hall IC.
Malfunction
Decision
Conditions
„ The fan does not start in 30 seconds even when the fan motor is running.
„ The system will be shut down if the error occurs 16 times.
„ Clearing condition: Continuous run for about 5 minutes (normal)
Supposed
Causes
„ Fan motor breakdown
„ Harness or connector disconnected between fan motor and PCB or in poor contact
„ Foreign matters stuck in the fan
Troubleshooting
Caution
Check No.15
Refer to P.284
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector,
or parts damage may be occurred.
Fan motor connector
disconnected?
YES
Turn off the power and
reconnect the connector.
NO
Foreign matters in or
around the fan?
YES
Remove.
NO
Get started.
Check No. 15
Check the outdoor unit PCB rpm
pulse input.
Pulse signal inputted?
YES
NO
Replace the outdoor unit
fan motor.
Replace the outdoor unit
PCB.
(R2843)
252
Service Diagnosis
SiBE12-713
Troubleshooting
5.15 Input Over Current Detection
Remote
Controller
Display
E8
Outdoor Unit LED
Display
A5 11 24 31 44
Method of
Malfunction
Detection
Malfunction is detected by checking the input current value.
Malfunction
Decision
Conditions
„ The following condition continues for 2.5 seconds.
Input current ≥ 20A (typical value)
„ The compressor halts if the error occurs, and restarts automatically after 3 minutes stand-by.
Supposed
Causes
„
„
„
„
„
„
Service Diagnosis
Over-current due to compressor failure
Over-current due to defective power transistor
Over-current due to defective inverter main circuit electrolytic capacitor
Over-current due to defective outdoor unit PCB
Error detection due to outdoor unit PCB
Over-current due to short-circuit
253
Troubleshooting
SiBE12-713
Troubleshooting
Caution
Check No.07
Refer to P.280
Check No.08
Refer to P.281
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector,
or parts damage may be occurred.
∗ An input over-current may result from wrong internal wiring. If the wires have been disconnected and
reconnected for part replacement, for example, and the system is interrupted by an input over-current,
take the following procedure.
Get restarted and measure the
input current.
Input current flowing
above its stop level?
Check No.14
Refer to P.284
NO
Replace the outdoor unit
PCB.
YES
Check No. 14
Check the main circuit electrolytic
capacitor.
Normal?
NO
Replace the electrolytic
capacitor.
YES
Turn off the power and disconnect
the harnesses U, V and W.
∗ Inverter checker
Part No.: 1225477
Check with the inverter checker (∗).
Any LED off?
NO
Turn off the power, and reconnect
the harnesses. Turn on the power
again and get restarted.
YES
Correct the power supply or
replace the PM1.
(Replace the outdoor unit
PCB.)
Check No. 08
Check the discharge pressure.
Check No. 07
Check the installation condition.
(R5144)
254
Service Diagnosis
SiBE12-713
Troubleshooting
5.16 Discharge Pipe Temperature Control
Remote
Controller
Display
F3
Outdoor Unit LED
Display
A5 14 21 34 41
Method of
Malfunction
Detection
The discharge pipe temperature control (stop, frequency drooping, etc.) is checked with the
temperature being detected by the discharge pipe thermistor.
Malfunction
Decision
Conditions
2YC45
If the temperature being detected by the discharge pipe thermistor rises above 120°C, the
compressor will stop. (The error is cleared when the temperature has dropped below 107°C.)
„ If the compressor stops 6 times straight due to abnormal discharge pipe temperature, the
system will be shut down.
„ The error counter will reset itself if this or any other error does not occur during the following
60-minute compressor running time (total time).
Supposed
Causes
„ Refrigerant shortage
„ Four way valve malfunctioning
„ Discharge pipe thermistor defective
„
„
„
„
(heat exchanger or outdoor temperature thermistor defective)
Outdoor unit PCB defective
Water mixed in the local piping
Electronic expansion valve defective
Stop valve defective
Troubleshooting
Caution
Check No.04
Refer to P.277
Check No.06
Refer to P.279
Check No.11
Refer to P.282
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector,
or parts damage may be occurred.
Check No. 06
Check the thermistors.
Functioning
Check No. 04
Check the electronic expansion
valve.
Malfunctioning
z Discharge pipe thermistor
z Outdoor unit heat exchanger thermistor
z Outdoor temperature thermistor
Malfunctioning
Replace a defective
thermistor.
Replace the valve itself or
the coil.
Functioning
Check No. 11
Check the refrigerant line.
Functioning
Malfunctioning
z Refrigerant shortage
z Four way valve malfunctioning
z Water mixed
z Stop valve defective
Refer to the refrigerant line
check procedure.
Replace the outdoor unit
PCB.
(R4700)
Service Diagnosis
255
Troubleshooting
SiBE12-713
5.17 High Pressure Control in Cooling
Remote
Controller
Display
F6
Outdoor Unit LED
Display
A5 14 21 34 44
Method of
Malfunction
Detection
High-pressure control (stop, frequency drop, etc.) is activated in the cooling mode if the
temperature being sensed by the heat exchanger thermistor exceeds the limit.
Malfunction
Decision
Conditions
„ Activated when the temperature being sensed by the heat exchanger thermistor rises above
Supposed
Causes
„
„
„
„
„
„
„
256
65°C.
„ The error is cleared when the temperature drops below 50°C.
The installation space is not large enough.
Faulty outdoor unit fan
Faulty electronic expansion valve
Faulty outdoor unit heat exchanger thermistor
Faulty outdoor unit PCB
Faulty stop valve
Dirty heat exchanger
Service Diagnosis
SiBE12-713
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Check No.04
Refer to P.277
Check No.06
Refer to P.279
Caution
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector,
or parts damage may be occurred.
Check the installation space.
Check No.07
Installation condition
check
Abnormal
Normal
Check No.07
Refer to P.280
Check No.09
Outdoor fan check
Abnormal
Normal
Check No.09
Refer to P.281
Change the air outlet grille
position.
Change the installation
location.
Clean the heat exchanger.
Replace the fan motor.
Repair the connector or fan
motor lead wires.
Check No.04
Electronic expansion valve check
Judgment
Abnormal
Replace the electronic
expansion valve or coil.
Replace the PCB.
Normal
Check No.06
Heat exchanger thermistor check
Judgment
Abnormal
Replace the heat exchanger
thermistor.
Normal
Replace PCB.
(R4701)
Service Diagnosis
257
Troubleshooting
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5.18 Compressor Sensor System Abnormality
Remote
Controller
Display
H0
Outdoor Unit LED
Display
A5 14 24 31 41
Method of
Malfunction
Detection
„ Fault condition is identified by the supply voltage and the DC voltage which is detected
before the compressor startup.
„ Fault condition is identified by compressor current which is detected right after the
compressor startup.
Malfunction
Decision
Conditions
„ The detected valve of the supply voltage and the DC voltage is obviously low or high.
„ The compressor current doesn't run when the compressor is started.
Supposed
Causes
„
„
„
„
258
Reactor disconnection
Compressor disconnection
Outdoor unit PCB defective
Compressor defective
Service Diagnosis
SiBE12-713
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Caution
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector,
or parts damage may be occurred.
Turn off the power
Reactor connection
check
Connection OK?
NO
Connect properly.
YES
Compressor connection
check
Connection OK?
NO
Connect properly.
YES
Reactor check
10Ω or less?
Disconnect the reactor from the outdoor
unit PCB and measure the resistance
value between reactor terminals with
tester.
NO
Replace the reactor.
YES
Compressor check
Between all each terminal
10Ω or less?
Disconnect the compressor relay harness
from the outdoor unit PCB and measure
the resistance value between the terminals
of the each 3 compressor with tester.
NO
Replace the compressor or
the compressor relay
harness
YES
Check the operation again
and if the error appears
again, replace the outdoor
unit PCB
(R5131)
Service Diagnosis
259
Troubleshooting
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5.19 Position Sensor Abnormality
Remote
Controller
Display
H6
Outdoor Unit LED
Display
A5 14 24 31 41
Method of
Malfunction
Detection
A compressor startup failure is detected by checking the compressor running condition through
the position detection circuit.
Malfunction
Decision
Conditions
„ The compressor fails to start in about 15 seconds after the compressor run command signal
Supposed
Causes
„
„
„
„
„
is sent.
„ Clearing condition: Continuous run for about 5 minutes (normal)
„ The system will be shut down if the error occurs 8 times.
Compressor relay cable disconnected
Compressor itself defective
Outdoor unit PCB defective
Stop valve closed
Input voltage out of specification
Troubleshooting
Caution
Check No.13
Refer to P.283
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector,
or parts damage may be occurred.
Check No. 13
Check for short-circuit.
Normal
NO
Replace the outdoor unit
PCB, outdoor unit fan.
YES
Check the electrolytic capacitor
voltage.
NO
DC320±30V?
Replace the outdoor unit
PCB.
YES
Electricals
or compressor harnesses
connected as
specified?
NO
Reconnect as specified.
Turn off the power. Disconnect the
harnesses U, V and W.
∗ Inverter checker
Part No.: 1225477
Check with the inverter checker (∗).
Any LED off?
NO
YES
Correct the power supply or
replace the outdoor unit
PCB.
Replace the compressor.
(R5145)
260
Service Diagnosis
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Troubleshooting
5.20 CT or Related Abnormality
Remote
Controller
Display
H8
Outdoor Unit LED
Display
A5 14 24 31 41
Method of
Malfunction
Detection
A CT or related error is detected by checking the compressor running frequency and CTdetected input current.
Malfunction
Decision
Conditions
„ The compressor running frequency is below 55 Hz and the CT input is below 0.1 V.
(The input current is also below 0.5 A.)
„ If this error repeats 4 times, the system will be shut down.
„ The error counter will reset itself if this or any other error does not occur during the following
60-minute compressor running time (total time).
Supposed
Causes
Service Diagnosis
„
„
„
„
Power transistor defective
Internal wiring broken or in poor contact
Reactor defective
Outdoor unit PCB defective
261
Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
Caution
Check No.12
Refer to P.283
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector,
or parts damage may be occurred.
Turn off the power and turn it on
again.
Get the system started.
∗ Running current
as shown at right with relay
cable 1 or 2?
YES
Current
(guideline)
NO
Check No. 12
Check the capacitor voltage.
Rising with increasing
frequency
2 sec
DC380±30V?
Replace the outdoor unit
PCB.
Capacitor charged when
the indoor unit or outdoor
unit main relay turns on
Time
YES Turn off the power. Disconnect the
harnesses U, V and W.
NO
Check with the inverter checker (∗).
Measure the rectifier input voltage.
* Inverter checker
Part No.: 1225477
YES
Any LED off?
NO
Turn off the power and reconnect
the above harnesses. Then turn on
the power again and get the
system restarted.
Compressor running?
NO
Voltage within
the allowable range (Supply
voltage±15%)?
NO
YES
YES
Correct the power supply or
replace the PM1.
(Replace the outdoor unit
PCB.)
Replace the outdoor unit
PCB.
Replace the compressor.
Replace the outdoor unit
PCB.
Check the supply voltage.
(R5146)
262
Service Diagnosis
SiBE12-713
Troubleshooting
5.21 Thermistor or Related Abnormality (Outdoor Unit)
Remote
Controller
Display
P4, J3, J6, J8, J9, H9
Outdoor Unit LED
Display
A5 14 24 31 41
Method of
Malfunction
Detection
This type of error is detected by checking the thermistor input voltage to the microcomputer.
[A thermistor error is detected by checking the temperature being detected by each thermistor.]
Malfunction
Decision
Conditions
When the thermistor input is above 4.96 V or below 0.04 V with the power on, the J3 error is
judged if the discharge pipe thermistor temperature is smaller than the condenser thermistor
temperature, or the system will be shut down if all the units are judged with the J8 error.
Supposed
Causes
„
„
„
„
„
Service Diagnosis
Connector in poor contact
Thermistor defective
Outdoor unit PCB defective
Indoor unit PCB defective
Condenser thermistor defective in the case of J3 error (outdoor unit heat exchanger
thermistor in the cooling mode, or indoor unit heat exchanger thermistor in the heating
mode)
263
Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
Caution
Check No.06
Refer to P.279
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector,
or parts damage may be occurred.
Turn on the power again.
Error displayed again
on remote controller?
NO
Reconnect.
YES
Connector or thermistor
disconnected?
YES
Reconnect.
NO
Check No. 06
Check the thermistor resistance
value.
NO
Normal?
J3 error if discharge pipe
thermistor temperature is
smaller than condenser
thermistor temperature
YES
Cooling: Outdoor unit heat
exchanger thermistor
Heating: Indoor unit heat
exchanger thermistor
Check No. 06
Check the indoor unit heat
exchanger thermistor resistance
value in the heating mode.
Indoor unit
heat exchanger thermistor
functioning?
NO
YES
Replace defective one(s) of
the following thermistors.
z Radiation fin thermistor
z Discharge pipe
thermistor
z Outdoor unit heat
exchanger thermistor
z Liquid pipe thermistor
z Gas pipe thermistor
z Outdoor temperature
thermistor
Replace the following
thermistor.
z Indoor unit heat
exchanger thermistor
Replace the outdoor unit
PC board. (Replace the
indoor unit PC board.)
(R4718)
P4 : Radiation fin thermistor
J3 : Discharge pipe thermistor
J6 : Outdoor unit heat exchanger thermistor
J8 : Liquid pipe thermistor
J9 : Gas pipe thermistor
H9 : Outdoor temperature thermistor
264
Service Diagnosis
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Troubleshooting
5.22 Electrical Box Temperature Rise
Remote
Controller
Display
L3
Outdoor Unit LED
Display
A5 14 24 31 44
Method of
Malfunction
Detection
An electrical box temperature rise is detected by checking the radiation fin thermistor with the
compressor off.
Malfunction
Decision
Conditions
„ With the compressor off, the radiation fin temperature is above 100°C.
„ The error is cleared when the temperature drops below 70°C.
Supposed
Causes
„
„
„
„
„
Service Diagnosis
Fin temperature rise due to defective outdoor unit fan
Fin temperature rise due to short-circuit
Fin thermistor defective
Connector in poor contact
Outdoor unit PCB defective
265
Troubleshooting
SiBE12-713
Troubleshooting
Caution
Check No.07
Refer to P.280
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector,
or parts damage may be occurred.
Turn off the power and turn it on
again.
Check No.09
Refer to P.281
Error again or outdoor unit
fan activated?
WARNING
To cool down the electricals, the
outdoor unit fan gets started when
the radiation fin temperature rises
above 100˚C and stops itself
when it drops below 85˚C.
YES
NO
Check the radiation fin
temperature.
Above 100˚C?
NO
Replace the outdoor unit
PCB.
YES
Check No. 09
Check the outdoor unit
fan or related.
Malfunctioning
Functioning
Radiation fin dirty?
Too dirty
Replace the fan motor.
Correct the connectors and
fan motor leads.
Replace the outdoor unit
PCB.
Clean up the radiation fin.
Slightly dirty
Check No. 07
Check the installation condition.
(R5147)
266
Service Diagnosis
SiBE12-713
Troubleshooting
5.23 Radiation Fin Temperature Rise
Remote
Controller
Display
L4
Outdoor Unit LED
Display
A5 11 21 31 44
Method of
Malfunction
Detection
A radiation fin temperature rise is detected by checking the radiation fin temperature being
detected by the fin thermistor with the compressor on.
Malfunction
Decision
Conditions
„ The radiation fin temperature with the compressor on is above 103°C.
„ The error is cleared when the temperature drops below 95°C.
„ If a radiation fin temperature rise takes place 255 times successively, the system will be shut
down.
„ The error counter will reset itself if this or any other error does not occur during the following
60-minute compressor running time (total time).
Supposed
Causes
Service Diagnosis
„
„
„
„
„
Fin temperature rise due to defective outdoor unit fan
Fin temperature rise due to short-circuit
Fin thermistor defective
Connector in poor contact
Outdoor unit PCB defective
267
Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
Caution
Check No.07
Refer to P.280
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector,
or parts damage may be occurred.
Turn off the power and turn it on
again to get the system started.
Check No.09
Refer to P.281
Error displayed again?
YES
NO
Check the radiation fin
temperature.
Above 103˚C?
YES
Check No.09
Check the outdoor unit
fan or related.
Malfunctioning
Functioning
Radiation fin dirty?
Too dirty
NO
Check the power transistor
and fin for looseness. If
they are found to be fit
tightly, replace the PCB or
the power transistor.
Replace the fan motor.
Correct the connectors and
fan motor leads.
Replace the outdoor unit
PCB.
Clean up the radiation fin.
Slightly dirty
Check No. 07
Check the installation condition.
(R5148)
268
Service Diagnosis
SiBE12-713
Troubleshooting
5.24 Output Over Current Detection
Remote
Controller
Display
L5
Outdoor Unit LED
Display
A5 11 21 34 41
Method of
Malfunction
Detection
An output over-current is detected by checking the current that flows in the inverter DC section.
Malfunction
Decision
Conditions
„ A position signal error occurs while the compressor is running.
„ A speed error occurs while the compressor is running.
„ An output over-current input is fed from the output over-current detection circuit to the
microcomputer.
„ The system will be shut down if the error occurs 16 times.
„ Clearing condition: Continuous run for about 5 minutes (normal)
Supposed
Causes
Service Diagnosis
„
„
„
„
„
„
„
„
Over-current due to defective power transistor
Over-current due to wrong internal wiring
Over-current due to abnormal supply voltage
Over-current due to defective PCB
Error detection due to defective PCB
Over-current due to closed stop valve
Over-current due to compressor failure
Over-current due to poor installation condition
269
Troubleshooting
SiBE12-713
Troubleshooting
Check No.07
Refer to P.280
Check No.08
Refer to P.281
Check No.13
Refer to P.283
Caution
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector,
or parts damage may be occurred.
∗ An output over-current may result from wrong internal wiring. If the wires have been disconnected and
reconnected for part replacement, for example, and the system is interrupted by an output over-current,
take the following procedure.
NO
Stop valve fully open?
Fully open the stop valve.
YES
Turn off the power and turn it on
again to get the system started.
See if the same error occurs.
Error again?
NO Monitor the supply voltage,
discharge and suction pressures,
and other factors for a long term.
Possible causes
z Instantaneous supply voltage
drop
z Compressor motor overloaded
z Contact-induced electrical shortcircuit
YES
Turn off the power and disconnect
the harnesses U, V and W.
Keep on using as it is
(monitor).
Check the electricals'
connectors and other
fittings.
∗ Inverter checker
Part No.: 1225477
Check with the inverter checker (∗).
YES
Any LED off?
Correct the power supply or
replace the PM1.
(Replace the outdoor unit
PCB.)
NO
Check No. 13
Check the power transistor.
NO
Normal?
Replace the PM1.
(Replace the outdoor unit
PCB.)
YES
Turn off the power, and reconnect
the harnesses. Turn on the power
again and get restarted.
Check the supply voltage.
NO
Voltage as rated?
Correct the power supply.
YES
Short-circuit
or breakage between
compressor's coil
phases?
YES
Replace the compressor.
NO
Check No. 08
Check the discharge pressure.
Check No. 07
Check the installation condition.
(R5149)
270
Service Diagnosis
SiBE12-713
Troubleshooting
5.25 Insufficient Gas
Remote
Controller
Display
U0
Outdoor Unit LED
Display
A5 11 21 34 44
Method of
Malfunction
Detection
Gas shortage detection I:
Gas shortage is detected by checking the input current value and the compressor running
frequency. If the gas is short, the input current is smaller than the normal value.
Gas shortage detection II:
Gas shortage is detected by checking the discharge temperature and the opening of the
electronic expansion valve. If the gas is short, the discharge temperature tends to rise.
Malfunction
Decision
Conditions
Gas shortage detection I (typical value):
The following conditions continue for 7 minutes.
Š DC current ≤ 0.035 × output frequency + 0.5
Š Output frequency > 55 (Hz)
Gas shortage detection II:
The following conditions continue for 80 seconds.
Š Target opening of the electronic expansion valve ≥ 450 (pulse)
Š Cooling: discharge temperature > 255 / 256 × target discharge temperature +20 (°C)
Heating: discharge temperature > 255 / 256 × target discharge temperature +40 (°C)
If a gas shortage error takes place 4 times straight, the system will be shut down. The error
counter will reset itself if this or any other error does not occur during the following 60-minute
compressor running time (total time).
Supposed
Causes
„ Refrigerant shortage (refrigerant leakage)
„ Poor compression performance of compressor
„ Discharge pipe thermistor disconnected, or indoor unit or outdoor unit heat exchanger
thermistor disconnected, room or outside air temperature thermistor disconnected
„ Stop valve closed
„ Electronic expansion valve defective
Service Diagnosis
271
Troubleshooting
SiBE12-713
Troubleshooting
Check No.04
Refer to P.277
Caution
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector,
or parts damage may be occurred.
Any thermistor
disconnected?
Check No.06
Refer to P.279
NO
YES
Reconnect in position.
* Discharge pipe thermistor
* Indoor / outdoor unit heat exchanger thermistor
* Room temperature thermistor
* Outdoor air thermistor
YES
Open the stop valve.
Stop valve closed?
NO
Check for gas leakage.
Oil oozing at relay pipe
connections?
YES
Repair the pipe flare or
replace the square union.
NO
YES
Oil oozing at internal piping?
NO
Check No. 04
Electronic expansion valve
functioning?
Compressor vibrating
too much?
NO
NO
YES Check the power transistor
harness for looseness.
Correct it as required. Also
replace cracked pipe if any.
Check the pipes for
improper contact. Correct
as required. Also replace
cracked pipe if any.
YES
Replace the electronic
expansion valve.
Change for a specified amount of
fresh refrigerant.
YES
Gas shortage error again?
NO
Malfunctioning Replace the room
Check No. 06
Check the thermistors.
Functioning
temperature or outdoor air
thermistor, or the indoor
unit or outdoor unit heat
exchanger thermistor.
(1) Replace the PCB.
(2) Replace the compressor.
Procedure complete
(R5150)
272
Service Diagnosis
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Troubleshooting
5.26 Low-voltage Detection or Over-voltage Detection
Remote
Controller
Display
U2
Outdoor Unit LED
Display
A5 14 21 31 44
Method of
Malfunction
Detection
An abnormal voltage rise or drop is detected by checking the detection circuit or DC voltage
detection circuit.
Malfunction
Decision
Conditions
„ An over-voltage signal is fed from the over-voltage detection circuit to the microcomputer, or
Supposed
Causes
„ Supply voltage not as specified
„ Over-voltage detector or DC voltage detection circuit defective
„ PAM control part(s) defective
the voltage being detected by the DC voltage detection circuit is judged to be below 150 V
for 0.1 second.
„ The system will be shut down if the error occurs 16 times.
„ Clearing condition: Continuous run for about 60 minutes (normal)
Troubleshooting
Caution
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector,
or parts damage may be occurred.
Check the supply voltage.
Supply voltage as
specified?
NO
Correct the power supply.
YES
(Precaution before turning on the power again)
Make sure the power has been off for
at least 30 seconds.
Turn on the
power again.
System restarted?
NO
Repeat a
couple of times.
YES Disturbance factors
∗ Noise ∗ Power supply distortion
Check for such factors for a
long term.
∗ Try to get restarted a
couple of times.
Replace the PM1.
(Replace the outdoor unit
PCB.)
(R5151)
Service Diagnosis
273
Troubleshooting
SiBE12-713
5.27 Signal Transmission Error (on Outdoor Unit PCB)
Remote
Controller
Display
U7
Outdoor Unit LED
Display
A5 1 1 2 4 3 4 4 4
Method of
Malfunction
Detection
Communication error between microcomputer mounted on the main PCB and PM1.
Malfunction
Decision
Conditions
„ When the data sent from the PM1 can not be received successively for 9 sec.
„ The abnormality is determined if the above fault conditions occurs once
„ Fault counter is reset when the data from the PM1 can be successfully received.
Supposed
Causes
„ Defective outdoor unit PCB
Troubleshooting
Caution
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector,
or parts damage may be occurred.
Turn the power off and turn it on
again.
Error again?
NO
YES
Replace the outdoor unit
PCB.
The cause can be an
external factor other than
the malfunction.
Monitor in long term.
(R5152)
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5.28 Anti-icing Function in Other Rooms / Unspecified
Voltage (between Indoor and Outdoor Units)
Remote
Controller
Display
UA, UH
Outdoor Unit LED
Display
A5 11 21 31 41
Method of
Malfunction
Detection
A wrong connection is detected by checking the combination of indoor and outdoor units on the
microcomputer.
Malfunction
Decision
Conditions
„ Operation halt due to the anti-icing function in other rooms
„ Operation halt due to unspecified internal and/or external voltages
„ Operation halt due to mismatching of indoor and outdoor units
Supposed
Causes
„ Operation halt due to the anti-icing function in other rooms
„ Wrong connections at the indoor unit
„ PCB wrongly connected
Troubleshooting
Caution
Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector,
or parts damage may be occurred.
Error-displaying
air-conditioner running?
NO
The freeze protection
function is activated in
other rooms. Refer to A5.
YES
Supply voltage
as specified?
NO
Correct.
YES
Check the model name.
Normal?
NO
Reconnect.
YES
Check the combination of all the
models being connected.
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(R3066)
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6. Check
6.1
How to Check
6.1.1 Fan Motor Connector Output Check
Check No.01
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Check connector connection.
Check motor power supply voltage output (pins 4-7 and 4-8).
Check motor control voltage (pins 4-3).
Check rotation command voltage output (pins 4-2).
Check rotation pulse input (pins 4-1).
S1 or S301
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
S302
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Motor power supply voltage
Unused
Unused
P.0V (reference potential)
Motor control voltage (15 VDC)
Rotation command voltage (1~ 5 VDC)
Rotation pulse input
Motor power supply voltage
Unused
Unused
Unused
P.0V (reference potential)
Motor control voltage (15 VDC)
Rotation command voltage (1 to 5 VDC)
Rotation pulse input
(R4684)
Check No.02
1. Check connector connection.
2. Check motor control voltage output (pins 2-1).
S202
5
4
3
2
1
Motor power supply voltage
Unused
Unused
P.0V (reference potential)
Motor control power supply
(R1073)
6.1.2 Limit Switch Continuity Check
Check No.03
Remove the front grille. The limit switch is located at the left side of the drain pan assembly.
Check the continuity of the switch connection.
Shutter status
Open
Closed
Continuity
Continuity
No continuity
Upward
Tester
Limit switch
Forward
(Q0363)
∗ The shutter can be opened and closed with hand. Keep the shutter open and closed all the
way for each continuity check steps.
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6.1.3 Electronic Expansion Valve Check
Check No.04
Conduct the followings to check the electronic expansion valve (EV).
1. Check to see if the EV connector is correctly inserted in the PCB. Compare the EV unit and
the connector number.
2. Turn the power off and back on again, and check to see if all the EVs generate latching
sound.
3. If any of the EVs does not generate latching noise in the above step 2, disconnect that
connector and check the conductivity using a tester.
Check the conductivity between pins 1, 3 and 6, and between pins 2, 4 and 5. If there is no
conductivity between the pins, the EV coil is faulty.
4. If no EV generates latching sound in the above step 2, the outdoor unit PCB is faulty.
5. If the conductivity is confirmed in the above step 2, mount a good coil (which generated
latching sound) in the EV unit that did not generate latching sound, and check to see if that
EV generates latching sound.
∗If latching sound is generated, the outdoor unit PCB is faulty.
∗If latching sound is not generated, the EV unit is faulty.
Note:
Please note that the latching sound varies depending on the valve type.
Valve Body Condition (Symptom)
Check Method / Measure
Reset power supply and conduct cooling
(1) Valve body catches at fully opened or half
operation unit by unit.
opened position.
(Symptom)
Cooling:
Check the liquid pipe temperature
„Water leakage at the no-operation unit
of no-operation unit.
„Flow noise of refrigerant in the no-operation unit
„Operation halt due to icing protection
Heating:
„The unit does not heat
„Refrigerant flow rate vary by unit
(Discharge air temperatures are different by
room)
„Peak cut
Is it
almost same as the
outside air temperature?
NO
YES
Replace the EVn of the room.
(R1431)
Reset power supply and conduct cooling
(2) Valve body catches at complete close
operation unit by unit.
position.
(Symptom)
Cooling:
Check the low pressure
„The only unit having problem does not cool the
room .
„When the only faulty unit is in operation, the unit
makes pump down.
Does
the pressure become into
(The low pressure of the unit becomes vacuum)
vacuum
zone?
„IT is activated.
„Abnormal discharge pipe temperature
NO
YES
Heating:
Insufficient gas due to liquid refrigerant
stagnation inside
the faulty indoor unit
(Only for heat pump model)
„The unit does not heat the room.
„IT is activated.
„Abnormal discharge pipe temperature
(3) Valve does not open fully.
(Symptom)
„The unit does not cool nor heat (only for heat
pump model.)
„IT is actuated.
„Abnormal discharge pipe temperature
Service Diagnosis
Replace the EVn of the room
(R1432)
Check the number of rotation of shaft if it is 5 and
half from full open to complete close using
manual coil for electronic expansion valve. When
the number of rotation of shaft is less than the
above value, the valve may catch anywhere of
the body.
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6.1.4 Four Way Valve Performance Check
Check No.05
Turn off the power and turn it on
again.
Start the heating-mode run.
S80 voltage
at DC 220-240 V with
compressor on?
(Fig. 1)
∗ Four way valve coil
Cooling / dry : No continuity
Heating : Continuity
NO
Replace the outdoor unit
PCB.
YES
Disconnect the four way valve coil
from the connector and check the
continuity.
Four way valve
coil resistance at
1500 ohms?
NO
YES
Replace the four way valve
coil.
Replace the four way valve.
(Fig. 1)
Voltage at S80
DC220-240V
Compressor
Time
ON
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6.1.5 Thermistor Resistance Check
Check No.06
Remove the connectors of the thermistors on the PCB, and measure the resistance of each
thermistor using tester.
The relationship between normal temperature and resistance is shown in the graph and the
table below.
Thermistor R25°C=20kΩ B=3950
Temperature (°C)
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
Service Diagnosis
211.0 (kΩ)
150
116.5
88
67.2
51.9
40
31.8
25
20
16
13
10.6
8.7
7.2
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6.1.6 Installation Condition Check
Check No.07
Installation condition check
Check
the allowable
dimensions of the air suction
and discharge
area.
Normal
Does
the discharged
air from other outdoor
unit cause an increase of
the suction air
temperature?
Abnormal
YES
Change the position of the air
discharge grille or the
installation location.
Change the position of the air
discharge grille or the
installation location.
NO
Is the heat exchanger
very dirty?
NO
Is
the air flow
blocked by obstacles or
winds blowing in the
opposite direction?
NO
YES
YES
Clean the heat exchanger.
Change the installation
location or direction.
Check the outside air
temperature (temperature of air
taken in by the outdoor unit).
(The outside air temperature
shall be 46˚C or lower.)
(R3048)
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6.1.7 Discharge Pressure Check
Check No.08
Discharge pressure check
NO
High
Replace compessor.
YES
Is the stop valve open?
NO
Open the stop valve.
YES
Is the
connection pipe deformed?
NO
Replace the pipe installed at
the site.
YES
At the heat exchanger and
air filter dirty?
NO
Clean.
YES
Replace the compressor.
(R1443)
6.1.8 Outdoor Unit Fan System Check (With DC Motor)
Check No.09
Check the outdoor unit fan system.
NO
Outdoor unit fan running?
YES
Outdoor unit fan system
functioning.
Service Diagnosis
Fan motor lead wire
connector disconnected?
YES
Reconnect.
NO
Go to Check No. 15.
(R2857)
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6.1.9 Power Supply Waveforms Check
Check No.10
Measure the power supply waveform between pins 1 and 3 on the terminal board, and check
the waveform disturbance.
„ Check to see if the power supply waveform is a sine wave (Fig.1).
„ Check to see if there is waveform disturbance near the zero cross (sections circled in Fig.2)
[Fig.1]
[Fig.2]
6.1.10 Inverter Units Refrigerant System Check
Check No.11
Refrigerant system check
Is
the discharge
thermister disconnected from
the holder?
YES
Correct the problem.
NO
Is any moisture
found in sight glass.
YES
Conduct vacuum drying.
Conduct the check after operating the
equipment for a sufficient length of time.
NO
Check for gas leaks.
See the section on insufficient gas
detection.
YES
Replace the refrigerant.
(R1445)
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6.1.11 Capacitor Voltage Check
Check No.12
Before this checking, be sure to check the main circuit for short-circuit.
„ Checking the capacitor voltage
z With the circuit breaker still on, measure the voltage according to the drawing of the model in
question. Be careful never to touch any live parts.
MULTIMETER
(DC. VOLTAGE RANGE)
REACTOR LEAD WIRE
COMPRESSOR LEAD WIRE
OL LEAD WIRE
THERMISTOR LEAD WIRE
THERMISTOR LEAD WIRE
(GAS PIPE)
THERMISTOR LEAD WIRE
(LIQUID PIPE)
REVERSING SOLENOID
VALVE LEAD WIRE
FAN MOTOR LEAD WIRE
ELECTRONIC EXPANSION VALVE
COIL LEAD WIRE(ROOM-A)
ELECTRONIC EXPANSION VALVE COIL ELECTRONIC EXPANSION VALVE
COIL LEAD WIRE(ROOM-C)
LEAD WIRE(ROOM-B)
(R5154)
6.1.12 Power Transistor Check
Check No.13
„ Checking the power transistor
z Never touch any live parts for at least 10 minutes after turning off the circuit breaker.
z If unavoidably necessary to touch a live part, make sure the power transistor's supply
voltage is below 50 V using the tester.
z For the UVW, make measurements at the Faston terminal on the board or the relay
connector.
transistor
Tester's negative terminal Power (+)
Tester's positive terminal
Normal resistance
Abnormal resistance
Service Diagnosis
UVW
UVW
Power transistor
(–)
Power transistor
UVW
(+)
Several kohms to several Mohms
0 or ∞
UVW
Power transistor
(–)
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6.1.13 Main Circuit Electrolytic Capacitor Check
Check No.14
„ Checking the main circuit electrolytic capacitor
z Never touch any live parts for at least 10 minutes after turning off the circuit breaker.
z If unavoidably necessary to touch a live part, make sure there is no DC voltage using the
tester.
z Check the continuity with the tester. Reverse the pins and make sure there is continuity.
6.1.14 Turning Speed Pulse Input on the Outdoor Unit PCB Check
Check No.15
<Propeller fan motor>
Make sure the voltage of 320±30V is being applied.
(1) Stop the operation first and then the power, and disconnect the connector S70.
(2) Make sure there is about DC 320 V between pins 4 and 7.
(3) With the system and the power still off, reconnect the connector S70.
(4) Make a turn of the fan motor with a hand, and make sure the pulse (0-15 V) appears twice at
pins 1 and 4.
If the fan motor protection fuse is blown out, the outdoor-unit fan may also be in trouble. Check
the fan too.
If the voltage in Step (2) is not applied, it means the PCB is defective. Replace the PCB.
If the pulse in Step (4) is not available, it means the Hall IC is defective. Replace the DC fan
motor.If there are both the voltage (2) and the pulse (4), replace the PCB.
PCB
S70
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Turning speed pulse input (0-15 V)
15V
DC320V
(R5223)
∗ Propeller fan motor : S70
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6.1.15 Hall IC Check
Check No.16
1. Check the connector connection.
2. With the power ON, operation OFF, and the connector connected, check the following.
∗Output voltage of about 5 V between pins 1 and 3.
∗Generation of 3 pulses between pins 2 and 3 when the fan motor is operating.
Failure of (1) Æ faulty PCB Æ Replace the PCB.
Failure of (2) Æ faulty Hall IC Æ Replace the fan motor.
Both (1) and (2) result Æ Replace the PCB.
The connector has 3 pins, and there are two patterns of lead wire colors.
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Removal Procedure
1. Outdoor Unit........................................................................................288
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
Removal of the Panels and Plates .......................................................288
Removal of the Electrical Box ..............................................................292
Removal of the PCB.............................................................................300
Removal of the Propeller Fan / Fan Motor ...........................................306
Removal of the Sound Blanket.............................................................308
Removal of Electronic Expansion Valve Coil,
Four Way Valve Coil and Thermistor ...................................................312
1.7 Removal of the Distributor....................................................................315
1.8 Removal of the Four Way Valve...........................................................316
1.9 Removal of the Compressor.................................................................317
Removal Procedure
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1. Outdoor Unit
1.1
Removal of the Panels and Plates
Procedure
Be sure to wait 10 minutes or more after turning off all power supplies
before disassembling work.
Procedure
Step
1
Warning
External appearance.
Points
„ Take care not to cut your
finger by the fins of the heat
exchanger.
2
288
Loosen the 4 screws (2
on both sides) of the top
panel.
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Procedure
Step
3
Loosen the 6 screws of
the front panel.
4
Loosen the 2 screws
(each 1 in front and
back) of the clamp
plate.
5
Slide the clamp plate to
the left to undo the
hooks and remove the
plate.
6
Undo the upper 2 hooks
to remove the front
panel.
Removal Procedure
Points
„ Align the position of hole of
the upper hook to pull the
front panel out.
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Outdoor Unit
Procedure
Step
7
Lift the front panel up to
remove the left side
hooks and open the
panel.
8
The front panel has the
3 hooks on the left.
9
The front panel has the
1 hook on the right.
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Procedure
Step
10
Loosen the 4 screws of
the discharge grille.
11
Loosen the 2 screws of
the stop valve cover.
And then slide the
cover downward to
remove.
Points
„ When assembling, make
sure to catch the 5 hooks.
Removal Procedure
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Outdoor Unit
1.2
Removal of the Electrical Box
Procedure
Warning
Be sure to wait 10 minutes or more after turning off all power supplies
before disassembling work.
Procedure
Step
1. Disconnect the
connecting wires
1 Inside structure.
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connecting wires.
Points
 Illustrations are for 3 room
model. (4MK(X)S-F models
have 4 ports)
„ Connecting wires of the A, B,
C, D port
(1) - Black
(2) - White
(3) - Red
Power supply
Power supply
Transmission
„ Power Supply wires
(L) - Black
(N) - White
„ Fasten the wires on the
terminal board with screws.
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Outdoor Unit
Procedure
Step
Points
2. Disconnect the each
harnesses
1 Detach the fixing tape
for the electrical box
(cover).
2
Undo the 4 hooks at the
mark of the drip
proof cover.
3
Lift the cover up to
remove.
4
Disconnect the
connector for fan motor
[S70] from the PCB.
Removal Procedure
„ The shape of [S70] wire is
different depending on the
models.
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Outdoor Unit
Procedure
Step
5
The figure shows the
arrangement of the wire
harness for fan motor.
6
Disconnect the
connectors for
electronic expansion
valve coil.
[S20] - White
[S21] - Red
[S22] - Blue
[S23] - Yellow
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Points
„ The number of the
connectors are different
according to the number of
the connected indoor units.
Undo the wire clip.
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Procedure
Step
8
Disconnect the
connector for overload
protector [S40].
9
Remove the OL wire
harness and the
compressor wire
harness together from
the partition plate.
Points
Clamp
(R6422)
„ Detach the clamp.
„ Just pull the push-mount
10 Use long-nose pliers or
the like to pull out the
clamp.
type out of position.
Clamp
(R6423)
11
Disconnect the
connector for relay
harness of compressor.
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Outdoor Unit
Procedure
Step
12
Disconnect the each
connector.
[S90] : Outdoor air, heat
exchanger,
discharge pipe
thermistor
[S92] : Gas pipe
thermistor
[S93] : Liquid pipe
thermistor
13
Disconnect the
connector for four way
valve [S80].
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Procedure
Step
14
The figure shows the
arrangement of the wire
harness under the
electrical box.
15
Undo the wire clip for
the thermistor lead wire.
Points
3. Remove the electrical box
1 Loosen the 2 screws of
the earth terminal.
4. Disconnect the power
supply connecting wires
1 Loosen the screws on
the terminal board and
disconnect the wires of
A, B, C, and D port.
Removal Procedure
★ Illustrations are for 3 room
model.
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Outdoor Unit
Procedure
Step
2
Detach the outdoor air
thermistor.
3
Loosen the screw on
the right side of the
electrical box.
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Procedure
Step
4
Loosen the 1 screw in
front of the electrical
box.
5
Lift up the electrical box
to remove.
Removal Procedure
Points
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Outdoor Unit
1.3
Removal of the PCB
Procedure
Warning
Be sure to wait 10 minutes or more after turning off all power supplies
before disassembling work.
Procedure
Step
1. Remove the service PCB
1 External appearance of
the service PCB and
the terminal board.
2
Loosen the 1 screw of
the terminal board and
open it.
3
Disconnect the
connector [S52] and
[S102] from the service
PCB.
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★ Illustrations are for 3 room
model.
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Step
4
Outdoor Unit
Points
Widen the upper hook
and pull the service
PCB upward to remove.
2. Remove the control PCB
1 Disconnect the each
connectors on the
terminal board.
2
Disconnect the 2
connectors for reactor.
3
Loosen the 3 screws of
the PCB.
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Procedure
Step
4
Undo the 3 hooks on
the reactor side and
slide the control PCB.
5
Undo the relay harness
for compressor from the
hook.
6
Lift up the control PCB
to remove.
Points
„ In working, be careful not to
break the control PCB with
the excessive force because
the PCB and the radiation fin
are adhered to one another.
„ When assembling, make
sure to use the silicon
material.
„ Silicon material
Part No.: 1172698
7
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Each wire harness.
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Procedure
Step
8
Names of parts on the
control PCB.
9
Loosen the 2 screws of
the radiation fin.
10
Loosen the 3 screws of
the reactor and the 1
screw of the clamp.
Removal Procedure
Points
„ See page 56 for detail.
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Points
3. Disconnect the wire
harnesses
4. Remove the terminal
board
1 Open the electrical box
and remove the
terminal board.
304
★ Illustrations are for 3 room
model.
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Procedure
Points
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1.4
Removal of the Propeller Fan / Fan Motor
Procedure
Warning
Be sure to wait 10 minutes or more after turning off all power supplies
before disassembling work.
Procedure
Step
1
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Remove the fan motor
fixing plate.
Points
„ Remove the outer panels
and plates.
„ Remove the electrical box.
2
Take out the fan motor
fixing plate toward
yourself.
„ When assembling, fit the
lower hooks.
3
Loosen the washer
fitted nut to remove the
propeller fan.
„ When assembling, align
mark of the propeller fan with
D-cut section of the motor
shaft.
„ When assembling, make
sure z mark of the fan motor
goes up.
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Procedure
Step
4
Outdoor Unit
Points
Undo the 2 fixing hooks
of the lead wire. Loosen
the 4 screws of the fan
motor.
Lead wire
Propeller fan
(R3249)
„ When assembling, put the
lead wire through the back of
the motor. (so as not to be
entangled with the propeller
fan)
5
Detach the 4 screws
and 4 rubber vibration
isolators.
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1.5
Removal of the Sound Blanket
Procedure
Warning
Be sure to wait 10 minutes or more after turning off all power supplies
before disassembling work.
Procedure
Step
1. Remove the right side
panel
1 Loosen the 3 screws on
the right of the right side
panel.
2
Loosen the 2 screws on
the back.
3
Remove the packing.
There is a hook on the
back.
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Points
„ Remove the outer panels
and plates.
„ Remove the electrical box.
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Procedure
Step
4
Pull up the right side
panel.
5
Loosen the 2 screws of
the wiring fixture.
Points
2. Remove the partition plate
1 Loosen the 2 screws to
remove the partition
plate.
2
Detach the clamp of the
relay harness for the
compressor.
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Procedure
Step
3
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Pull up the partition
plate.
„ When assembling, make
sure to catch the lower hook
of the partition plate.
3. Remove the sound
blanket
1 Lift up the sound
blanket (top-upper) to
remove.
„ Illustrations are different
depending on the models.
„ Since the piping ports on the
sound blanket are torn
easily, remove the blanket
carefully.
2
310
Remove the sound
blanket (top-lower).
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Procedure
Step
3
Undo the fixing strings,
open the sound blanket
(body) and pull it out.
4
Open the sound blanket
(inner) and pull it out.
Removal Procedure
Points
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Removal of Electronic Expansion Valve Coil, Four Way
Valve Coil and Thermistor
Procedure
Step
1. Remove the electronic
expansion valve coil
1 Remove the each
electronic expansion
valve coil.
Warning
Be sure to wait 10 minutes or more after turning off all power supplies
before disassembling work.
Procedure
Points
★ Illustrations are for 3 room
model.
2. Remove the four way
valve coil
1 Loosen the 1 screw to
remove the four way
valve coil.
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Step
3. Remove the liquid/gas
pipe thermistor
1 Open the putty and
remove the liquid pipe
thermistor.
[S90] : Outdoor air
thermistor
Heat exchanger
thermistor
Discharge pipe
thermistor
[S92] : Gas pipe
thermistor
Room A (Black)
Room B (Gray)
Room C (Brown)
Room D (Red)
[S93] : Liquid pipe
thermistor
Room A (Black)
Room B (Gray)
Room C (Yellow)
Room D (Blue)
2 Open the putty and
remove the gas pipe
thermistor.
Outdoor Unit
Procedure
Points
„ Meet the edge of the
thermistor and clip.
„ The number of ports is
different according to the
models.
4. Remove the heat
exchanger thermistor
1 Remove the heat
exchanger thermistor.
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Step
5. Remove the discharge
pipe thermistor
1 Undo the clip and
remove the discharge
pipe thermistor.
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Points
„ Meet the edge of the
thermistor and clip.
„ Be careful not to loose the
clip for the discharge pipe
thermistor.
6. Remove the assembly of
thermistor.
1 The figure shows the
arrangement of the
assembly of thermistor.
314
Removal Procedure
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1.7
Removal of the Distributor
Procedure
Warning
Be sure to wait 10 minutes or more after turning off all power supplies
before disassembling work.
Procedure
Step
1
Outdoor Unit
Points
Remove the putty.
Warning
Ventilate when refrigerant
leaks during the work.
(If refrigerant contacts fire, it
will cause to arise toxic gas.)
Caution
Be careful not to get yourself
burnt with the pipes and other
parts that are heated by the
gas welding rod.
Caution
From the viewpoint of global
environment protection, do
not discharge the refrigerant
gas in the atmosphere. Make
sure to recover the refrigerant
gas with the recovery system.
Removal Procedure
315
Outdoor Unit
1.8
SiBE12-713
Removal of the Four Way Valve
Procedure
Warning
Be sure to wait 10 minutes or more after turning off all power supplies
before disassembling work.
Procedure
Step
„ Be sure to apply nitrogen
replacement when
heating up the brazed
part.
1 Loosen the 1 screw to
remove the four way
valve coil.
2
Heat up the 4 brazed
part of the four way
valve. First, disconnect
the part "a".
„ Provide a protective
sheet or a steel
plate so that the
brazing flame
cannot influence
peripheries.
3
Disconnect the part "d".
Points
Cautions for restoration
1. Restore the piping by nonoxidation brazing.
In case of you cannot use
the nitrogen gas, restore as
quickly as possible.
2. It is required to prevent the
carbonization of the oil inside
the four way valve and the
deterioration of the gaskets
affected by heat. For the
sake of this, wrap the four
way valve with wet cloth and
provide water so that the
cloth will not be dried and
avoid excessive heating.
(Keep below 120°C)
„ Be careful so as not to break
the pipes by pressing it
excessively by pliers when
withdrawing it.
In case of the difficulty with
gas brazing machine
1. Disconnect the brazed part
where is easy to disconnect
and restore.
2. Cut pipes on the main unit by
a miniature copper tube
cutter in order to make it
easy to disconnect.
Note: Do not use a metal
saw for cutting pipes by all
means because the sawdust
come into the circuit.
4
316
Disconnect the part "b"
and "c".
Removal Procedure
SiBE12-713
1.9
Outdoor Unit
Removal of the Compressor
Procedure
Warning
Be sure to wait 10 minutes or more after turning off all power supplies
before disassembling work.
Procedure
Step
1. Remove the terminal
cover
1 Remove the terminal
cover.
Points
Make a note.
„ Be careful so as not to burn
the compressor terminals or
the name plate.
Warning
Since it may happen that
refrigeration oil in the
compressor will catch fire,
prepare wet cloth so as to
extinguish fire immediately.
2
3
Disconnect the flagshaped terminals.
Detach the compressor
lead wire.
Warning
Ventilate when refrigerant
leaks during the work.
(If refrigerant contacts fire, it
will cause to arise toxic gas.)
Caution
Be careful not to get yourself
burnt with the pipes and other
parts that are heated by the
gas welding rod.
4
Detach the overload
protector.
Removal Procedure
317
Outdoor Unit
Procedure
Step
5
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Remove the 2 sheets of
putty.
Points
Warning
Ventilate when refrigerant
leaks during the work.
(If refrigerant contacts fire, it
will cause to arise toxic gas.)
There is one nut fixing
the compressor.
Remove the nut with an
open-end spanner.
„ Before working, make
sure that the refrigerant is
empty in the circuit.
„ Be sure to apply nitrogen
replacement when
heating up the brazed
part.
7 Heat up the brazed part
of the discharge side
and disconnect (part
"a").
8 Heat up the brazed part
of the suction side and
disconnect (part "b").
6
9
318
Lift the compressor up
to remove.
Removal Procedure
SiBE12-713
Part 8
Others
1. Others .................................................................................................320
1.1 Test Run from the Remote Controller ..................................................320
1.2 Jumper Settings ...................................................................................321
Others
319
Others
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1. Others
1.1
Test Run from the Remote Controller
For Heat pump
In cooling mode, select the lowest programmable temperature; in heating mode, select the
highest programmable temperature.
„ Trial operation may be disabled in either mode depending on the room temperature.
„ After trial operation is complete, set the temperature to a normal level.
(26°C to 28°C in cooling mode, 20°C to 24°C in heating mode)
„ For protection, the system disables restart operation for 3 minutes after it is turned off.
For Cooling Only
Select the lowest programmable temperature.
„ Trial operation in cooling mode may be disabled depending on the room temperature.
Use the remote control for trial operation as described below.
„ After trial operation is complete, set the temperature to a normal level (26°C to 28°C).
„ For protection, the machine disables restart operation for 3 minutes after it is turned off.
Trial Operation and Testing
1. Measure the supply voltage and make sure that it falls in the specified range.
2. Trial operation should be carried out in either cooling or heating mode.
3. Carry out the test operation in accordance with the Operation Manual to ensure that all
functions and parts, such as louver movement, are working properly.
„ The air conditioner requires a small amount of power in its standby mode. If the system is
not to be used for some time after installation, shut off the circuit breaker to eliminate
unnecessary power consumption.
„ If the circuit breaker trips to shut off the power to the air conditioner, the system will restore
the original operation mode when the circuit breaker is opened again.
Trial operation from Remote Controller
(1) Press ON/OFF button to turn on the system.
(2) Simultaneously press center of TEMP button and MODE buttons.
(3) Press MODE button twice.
(“T” will appear on the display to indicate that Trial Operation mode is selected.)
(4) Trial run mode terminates in approx. 30 minutes and switches into normal mode. To quit a
trial operation, press ON/OFF button.
(3)
(2)
ON/OFF
TEMP
(3)
320
MODE
(1) (4)
(R4294)
Others
SiBE12-713
1.2
Others
Jumper Settings
1.2.1 When Two Units are Installed in One Room
When two indoor units are installed in one room, the two wireless remote controllers can be set
for different addresses.
How to set the different addresses
„ Control PCB of the indoor unit
(1) Remove the electrical box.
(2) Cut the address jumper JA on the control PCB.
„ Wireless remote controller
(1) Slide the front cover and take it off.
(2) Cut the address jumper J4.
JA
ADDRESS
J4
JA ADDRESS
J4 ADDRESS
EXIST
CUT
EXIST
CUT
1
2
1
2
(R4417)
(R4418)
1.2.2 Jumper Setting
Jumper
(On indoor PCB)
JC
JB
Others
Function
Power failure
recovery function
When connected
(factory set)
Auto start
When cut
Unit does not resume operation
after recovering from a power
failure. Timer ON-OFF settings
are cleared.
Fan speed setting
Fan speed setting ; Fan rpm is set to “0”
when compressor is Remote controller
<Fan stop>
OFF on thermostat. setting
(effective only at
cooling operation)
321
Others
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1.2.3 Adjusting the Angle of the Intelligent Eye Sensor
FTK(X)S20-35C
„ Once installation of the indoor unit is complete, adjust the angle of the Intelligent eye sensor
to ensure the detection area properly covers the room.
(Adjustable angle : 15° to right and left of center)
„ Gently push and slide the sensor to adjust the angle. Aim so that the sensor is pointing to the
center of the room, or to the part of the room that is most frequently used.
„ After adjusting the angle, gently wipe the sensor with a clean cloth, being careful not to
scratch the sensor.
Caution
„ Do not hit or violently push the Intelligent eye sensor. This can lead to damage and
malfunction.
„ Do not place large objects near the sensor. Also keep heating units or humidifiers outside
the sensor’s detection area.
322
Others
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Part 9
Appendix
1. Piping Diagrams..................................................................................324
1.1 Indoor Units ..........................................................................................324
1.2 Outdoor Units .......................................................................................330
2. Wiring Diagrams..................................................................................331
2.1 Indoor Units ..........................................................................................331
2.2 Outdoor Units .......................................................................................336
Appendix
323
Piping Diagrams
SiBE12-713
1. Piping Diagrams
1.1
Indoor Units
1.1.1 Wall Mounted Type
FTKS20D3VMW(L), FTKS25D3VMW(L),
FTKS35D3VMW(L)
FTKS50D2V1W(L)
INDOOR UNIT
MAFFLER ASSY
HEAT EXCHANGER
7.0CuT
INDOOR UNIT
6.4CuT
MAFFLER ASSY
HEAT EXCHANGER
7.0CuT
THERMISTOR
ON HEAT EXCH.
7.9CuT
7.9CuT
6.4CuT
6.4CuT
6.4CuT
FIELD PIPING
(6.4CuT)
CROSS FLOW FAN
FIELD PIPING
(6.4CuT)
THERMISTOR
ON HEAT EXCH.
6.4CuT
6.4CuT
CROSS FLOW FAN
M
FAN MOTOR
M
9.5CuT
FIELD PIPING
(12.7CuT)
FAN MOTOR
9.5CuT
FIELD PIPING
(9.5CuT)
REFRIGERANT FLOW
COOLING
REFRIGERANT FLOW
COOLING
4D051577
4D050757A
FTKS20CAVMB, FTKS25CAVMB,
FTKS35CAVMB
FTKS50FV1B, FTKS60FV1B
INDOOR UNIT
INDOOR UNIT
7.0CuT
HEAT EXCHANGER
(7.9CuT)
7.9CuT
6.4CuT
THERMISTOR
ON HEAT EXCH.
HEAT EXCHANGER
6.4CuT
6.4CuT
FIELD PIPING
(6.4CuT)
THERMISTOR
ON HEAT EXCH.
CROSS FLOW FAN
FIELD PIPING
(6.4CuT)
M
FAN MOTOR
FIELD PIPING
FIELD PIPING
(12.7CuT)
9.5CuT
CROSS FLOW FAN
M
FAN MOTOR
(12.7CuT)
(9.5CuT)
REFRIGERANT FLOW
COOLING
REFRIGERANT FLOW
COOLING
4D033698E
324
4D054932A
Appendix
SiBE12-713
Piping Diagrams
FTKS71FV1B
FTXG25EV1BW(S), FTXG35EV1BW(S)
INDOOR UNIT
INDOOR UNIT
7.0CuT
(7.9CuT)
7.0CuT
7.0CuT
HEAT EXCHANGER
THERMISTOR
ON HEAT EXCH.
7.0CuT
M
M
FAN MOTOR
FAN MOTOR
FIELD PIPING
(15.9CuT)
7.0CuT
THERMISTOR
ON HEAT EXCH.
CROSS FLOW FAN
FIELD PIPING
(6.4CuT)
CROSS FLOW FAN
FIELD PIPING
(6.4CuT)
HEAT EXCHANGER
9.5CuT
FIELD PIPING
(9.5CuT)
(12.7CuT)
REFRIGERANT FLOW
COOLING
HEATING
REFRIGERANT FLOW
COOLING
4D050919E
CTXG50EV1BW(S)
4D045301B
FTXS20D3VMW(L), FTXS25D3VMW(L),
FTXS35D3VMW(L)
INDOOR UNIT
7.0CuT
INDOOR UNIT
HEAT EXCHANGER
MAFFLER ASSY
HEAT EXCHANGER
7.0CuT
7.0CuT
7.0CuT
6.4CuT
THERMISTOR
ON HEAT EXCH
7.0CuT
FIELD PIPING
(6.4CuT)
7.9CuT
7.0CuT
M
FIELD PIPING
(6.4CuT)
6.4CuT
CROSS FLOW FAN
M
FAN MOTOR
9.5CuT
FIELD PIPING
(9.5CuT)
REFRIGERANT FLOW
COOLING
HEATING
9.5CuT
REFRIGERANT FLOW
COOLING
HEATING
4D050924
Appendix
6.4CuT
CROSS FLOW FAN
FAN MOTOR
FIELD PIPING
(12.7CuT)
THERMISTOR
ON HEAT EXCH.
4D047912F
325
Piping Diagrams
SiBE12-713
FTXS50D2V1W(L)
FTXS20CAVMB, FTXS25CAVMB,
FTXS35CAVMB
INDOOR UNIT
INDOOR UNIT
MAFFLER ASSY
HEAT EXCHANGER
7.0CuT
HEAT EXCHANGER
7.0CuT
6.4CuT
FIELD PIPING
(6.4CuT)
7.9CuT
7.9CuT
6.4CuT
THERMISTOR
ON HEAT EXCH.
6.4CuT
6.4CuT
THERMISTOR
ON HEAT EXCH.
6.4CuT
6.4CuT
CROSS FLOW FAN
M
FIELD PIPING
(6.4CuT)
FAN MOTOR
M
FAN MOTOR
9.5CuT
FIELD PIPING
(12.7CuT)
CROSS FLOW FAN
9.5CuT
FIELD PIPING
(9.5CuT)
REFRIGERANT FLOW
COOLING
HEATING
REFRIGERANT FLOW
COOLING
HEATING
4D047913D
FTXS50FV1B, FTXS60FV1B
4D049319A
FTXS71FV1B
INDOOR UNIT
INDOOR UNIT
(7.9CuT)
(7.9CuT)
HEAT EXCHANGER
HEAT EXCHANGER
THERMISTOR
ON HEAT EXCH.
FIELD PIPING
(6.4CuT)
FIELD PIPING
(12.7CuT)
THERMISTOR
ON HEAT EXCH.
CROSS FLOW FAN
M
FIELD PIPING
(6.4CuT)
FAN MOTOR
(12.7CuT)
REFRIGERANT FLOW
COOLING
HEATING
FIELD PIPING
(15.9CuT)
CROSS FLOW FAN
M
FAN MOTOR
(12.7CuT)
REFRIGERANT FLOW
COOLING
HEATING
4D040081Q
326
4D040082P
Appendix
SiBE12-713
Piping Diagrams
1.1.2 Duct Connected Type
FDKS25CAVMB, FDKS35CAVMB, FDKS50CVMB, FDKS60CVMB, FDKS25EAVMB, FDKS35EAVMB
FDXS25CAVMB, FDXS35CAVMB, FDXS50CVMB, FDXS60CVMB, FDXS25EAVMB, FDXS35EAVMB
INDOOR UNIT
(6.4CuT)
HEAT EXCHANGER
FIELD PIPING
(6.4CuT)
THERMISTOR
ON HEAT
EXCH.
SIROCCO FAN
M
FAN MOTOR
FIELD PIPING
(
CuT)
CDXS25CVMB
CDKS25CVMB
CDXS35CVMB
CDKS35CVMB
CDXS25CVMA
CDXS35CVMA
FDXS25CVMB
FDXS35CVMB
FDXS35CVMA
FDXS25EAVMB
FDXS35EAVMB
FDKS25CVMB
FDKS35CVMB
FDKS25EAVMB
FDKS35EAVMB
CDKS25CVMA
CDKS35CVMA
CDXS25DVMT
CDXS35DVMT
CDKS25DVMT
CDKS35DVMT
FDXS25CAVMB
FDXS35CAVMB
FDKS25CAVMB
FDKS35CAVMB
CDXS25EAVMA
CDXS35EAVMA
CDKS25EAVMA
CDKS35EAVMA
CDXS25EAVMT
CDXS35EAVMT
CDKS25EAVMT
CDKS35EAVMT
CDXS25EV2C
CDXS35EV2C
FDXS25CVMA
(
CDXS50CVMB
CDKS50CVMB
CDXS60CVMB
CDKS60CVMB
CDXS50CVMA
CDXS60CVMA
CDKS50CVMA
CDKS60CVMA
CDXS50DVMT
CDXS60DVMT
CDKS50DVMT
CDKS60DVMT
FDXS50CVMB
FDXS60CVMB
FDKS50CVMB
FDKS60CVMB
CDXS50EV2C
CDXS60EV2C
FDXS50CVMA
FDXS60CVMA
9.5
CuT)
REFRIGERANT FLOW
COOLING
HEATING
12.7
4D045449J
1.1.3 Floor / Ceiling Suspended Dual Type
FLKS25BAVMB, FLKS35BAVMB
FLKS50BAVMB, FLKS60BAVMB
INDOOR UNIT
INDOOR UNIT
(9.5CuT)
(6.4CuT)
HEAT EXCHANGER
HEAT EXCHANGER
FIELD PIPING
(6.4CuT)
SIROCCO FAN
THERMISTOR
ON HEAT
EXCH.
FIELD PIPING
(6.4CuT)
FAN MOTOR
M
FIELD PIPING
(12.7CuT)
(9.5CuT)
(12.7CuT)
REFRIGERANT FLOW
COOLING
REFRIGERANT FLOW
COOLING
4D034012E
Appendix
THERMISTOR
ON HEAT
EXCH.
FAN MOTOR
M
FIELD PIPING
(9.5CuT)
SIROCCO FAN
4D048723A
327
Piping Diagrams
SiBE12-713
FLXS25BAVMB, FLXS35BAVMB
FLXS50BAVMB, FLXS60BAVMB
INDOOR UNIT
INDOOR UNIT
(9.5CuT)
(6.4CuT)
HEAT EXCHANGER
HEAT EXCHANGER
FIELD PIPING
(6.4CuT)
THERMISTOR
ON HEAT
EXCH.
SIROCCO FAN
FIELD PIPING
(6.4CuT)
SIROCCO FAN
M
M
FAN MOTOR
FAN MOTOR
(9.5CuT)
FIELD PIPING
(9.5CuT)
THERMISTOR
ON HEAT
EXCH.
(12.7CuT)
FIELD PIPING
(12.7CuT)
REFRIGERANT FLOW
COOLING
HEATING
REFRIGERANT FLOW
COOLING
HEATING
4D048724A
4D048722A
1.1.4 Floor Standing Type
FVXS25FV1B, FVXS35FV1B
FVXS50FV1B
INDOOR UNIT
MUFFLER ASSY
7.0CuT
INDOOR UNIT
6.4CuT
HEAT EXCHANGER
MUFFLER ASSY
7.0CuT
THERMISTOR
ON HEAT EXCH.
M
FIELD PIPING
(6.4CuT)
TURBO FAN FAN MOTOR
M
9.5CuT
FIELD PIPING
(9.5CuT)
REFRIGERANT FLOW
FIELD PIPING
(6.4CuT)
TURBO FAN FAN MOTOR
FIELD PIPING
(12.7CuT)
9.5CuT
6.4CuT
6.4CuT
6.4CuT
REFRIGERANT FLOW
COOLING
COOLING
HEATING
HEATING
4D056137
328
THERMISTOR
ON HEAT EXCH.
6.4CuT
6.4CuT
HEAT EXCHANGER
6.4CuT
6.4CuT
6.4CuT
6.4CuT
6.4CuT
6.4CuT
4D056138
Appendix
SiBE12-713
Piping Diagrams
1.1.5 Ceiling Suspended Type
FHQ35/50/60BVV1B
Indoor heat exchanger
Field piping
φ
C1220T-0
Field piping
φ
C1220T-0
To
Outdoor unit
Indoor unit
MODEL
FHQ35BUV1B
FHQ35BVV1B
FCQ35BVE
FCQ35C7VEB
FHQ50, 60BUV1B
FHQ50, 60BVV1B
FCQ50, 60BVE
FBQ60BV1
FBQ60BVL
FCQ50, 60C7VEB
FUQ71, 100, 125BUV1B
FUQ71, 100, 125BVV1B
FHQ71, 100, 125BUV1B
FHQ71, 100, 125BVV1B
FAQ71, 100BUV1B
FAQ71, 100BVV1B
FXUQ70, 100, 125MV1
FHQ71, 100, 125BAV3B
FCQ71, 100, 125, 140DV3B
FCQ71, 100, 125, 140DAV3B
FCQ71BVE
FBQ71BV1
FBQ71BVL
FCQ71, 100, 125, 140C7VEB
FCQH71, 100, 125, 140C7VEB
Appendix
6.4
9.5
6.4
12.7
9.5
15.9
4D037995G
329
Piping Diagrams
1.2
SiBE12-713
Outdoor Units
1.2.1 Cooling Only
4MKS75F2V1B
OUTDOOR UNIT
HEAT EXCHANGER
OUTDOOR TEMPARATURE
THERMISTOR(DOA)
9.5CuT
HEADER
MOTOR OPERATED VALVE LIQUID PIPE
THERMISTOR(DLA)
EVA
6.4CuT
9.5CuT
MOTOR OPERATED VALVE LIQUID PIPE FILTER
THERMISTOR(DLB)
EVB
6.4CuT
FILTER
HEAT EXCHANGER
THERMISTOR(DE)
DISTRIBUTOR
LIQUID LINE
STOP VALVE
CAPILLARY TUBE
DC FAN MOTOR
M
MOTOR OPERATED VALVE LIQUID PIPE FILTER
THERMISTOR(DLC)
EVC
6.4CuT
MOTOR OPERATED VALVE LIQUID PIPE FILTER
THERMISTOR(DLD)
EVD
6.4CuT
FILTER
ROOM A
(6.4 CuT)
ROOM B
(6.4 CuT)
FIELD
PIPING
LIQUID
ROOM C
(6.4 CuT)
ROOM D
(6.4 CuT)
PROPELLER FAN
7.9CuT
HEADER
12.7CuT
12.7CuT
12.7CuT
DISCHARGE PIPE
THERMISTOR(DO)
12.7CuT
GAS LINE
STOP VALVE
REFRIGERANT FLOW
COOLING
12.7CuT
ACCUMULATOR
COMPRESSOR
12.7CuT
GAS PIPE THERMISTOR(DGA)
ROOM A
(9.5 CuT)
GAS PIPE THERMISTOR(DGB)
ROOM B
(9.5 CuT)
GAS PIPE THERMISTOR(DGC)
ROOM C
(12.7 CuT)
FIELD
PIPING
GAS
GAS PIPE THERMISTOR(DGD)
ROOM D
(15.9 CuT)
ACCUMULATOR
3D034513H
1.2.2 Heat Pump
4MXS68F2V1B
OUTDOOR UNIT
HEAT EXCHANGER OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE
THERMISTOR(DOA)
HEADER
9.5CuT
HEADER
MOTOR OPERATED VALVE LIQUID PIPE
THERMISTOR(DLA)
6.4CuT EVA
MOTOR OPERATED VALVE LIQUID PIPE FILTER
THERMISTOR(DLB)
6.4CuT EVB
FILTER
HEAT EXCHANGER
THERMISTOR(DE)
DISTRIBUTOR
CAPILLARY TUBE
DC FAN MOTOR
M
LIQUID LINE
STOP VALVE
MOTOR OPERATED VALVE LIQUID PIPE FILTER
THERMISTOR(DLC)
6.4CuT EVC
MOTOR OPERATED VALVE LIQUID PIPE FILTER
THERMISTOR(DLD)
6.4CuT EVD
FILTER
ROOM A
(6.4 CuT)
ROOM B
(6.4 CuT)
ROOM C
(6.4 CuT)
FIELD
PIPING
LIQUID
ROOM D
(6.4 CuT)
12.7CuT
PROPELLER FAN
12.7CuT
12.7CuT
HEADER
12.7CuT
REVERSING
SOLENOID
VALVE
DISCHARGE PIPE
THERMISTOR(DO)
REFRIGERANT FLOW
COOLING COMPRESSOR
HEATING
7.9CuT
MUFFLER
12.7CuT
12.7CuT
12.7CuT
12.7CuT
GAS LINE
STOP VALVE
ACCUMULATOR
ACCUMULATOR
12.7CuT
GAS PIPE THERMISTOR(DGA)
ROOM A
(9.5 CuT)
GAS PIPE THERMISTOR(DGB)
ROOM B
(9.5 CuT)
GAS PIPE THERMISTOR(DGC)
ROOM C
(12.7 CuT)
FIELD
PIPING
GAS
GAS PIPE THERMISTOR(DGD)
ROOM D
(12.7 CuT)
3D055041
330
Appendix
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Wiring Diagrams
2. Wiring Diagrams
2.1
Indoor Units
2.1.1 Wall Mounted Type
FTKS20D3VMW(L), FTKS25D3VMW(L), FTKS35D3VMW(L)
FTXS20D3VMW(L), FTXS25D3VMW(L), FTXS35D3VMW(L)
FIELD WIRING.
PCB3
S27
PCB1
S26
∼
LED1
H1P
H1
F1U
∼
RECTIFIER
1
X1M
2
BLK
1
3
WHT
2
RED
3
3.15A
V1
H2
LED2
H2P
LED3
H3P
H3
TRANSMISSION
CIRCUIT
CAUTION
GRN/
YLW
NOTE THAT OPERATION WILL
RESTART AUTOMATICALLY IF
THE MAIN POWER SUPPLY IS
TURNED OFF AND THEN BACK
ON AGAIN.
FG
S1W
7 S1
S21
t°
HA
R1T
S36
1
S35
INTELLIGENT EYE
SENSOR
S28
PCB2
1
t°
S29
WIRELESS
REMOTE
CONTROLLER
S32
S6
FG
F1U
H1P~H3P
M1F
M1S
PCB1~PCB4
R1T, R2T
S1~S38
S1W
X1M
M
M1F
5
RED
ORG
YLW
PNK
BLU
PCB4
RED
BLU
BRN
ORG
WHT
R2T
SIGNAL
INDOOR
M
RECEIVER
OUTDOOR
: FRAME GROUND
: FUSE
: PILOT LAMP
: FAN MOTOR
: SWING MOTOR
: PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
: THERMISTOR
: CONNECTOR
: OPERATION SWITCH
: TERMINAL STRIP
: PROTECTIVE EARTH
M1S
3D051268A
FTKS50D2V1W(L), FTXS50D2V1W(L)
FIELD WIRING.
PCB3
S27
S26
PCB1
~
LED1
H1P
RECTIFIER
H1
F1U
~
1
3.15A
V1
H2
LED2
H2P
LED3
H3P
2
BLK
1
3
WHT
2
RED
3
GRN/
YLW
H3
TRANSMISSION
CIRCUIT
X1M
FG
S1W
HA
S36
1
S35
INTELLIGENT EYE
SENSOR
S28
S32
X41A
PCB2
1
S6
S1
BLU
BRN
ORG
WHT
M
M1F
5
S29
WIRELESS
REMOTE
CONTROLLER
SIGNAL
RECEIVER
t°
R2T
M
CAUTION
NOTE THAT OPERATION WILL
RESTART AUTOMATICALLY IF
THE MAIN POWER SUPPLY IS
TURNED OFF AND THEN BACK
ON AGAIN.
RED
RED
ORG
YLW
PNK
BLU
R1T
PCB4
7
S21
t°
OUTDOOR
INDOOR
FG
F1U
H1P~H3P
M1F
M1S
PCB1~PCB4
R1T, R2T
S1~S38, X41A
S1W
X1M
: FRAME GROUND
: FUSE
: PILOT LAMP
: FAN MOTOR
: SWING MOTOR
: PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
: THERMISTOR
: CONNECTOR
: OPERATION SWITCH
: TERMINAL STRIP
: PROTECTIVE EARTH
M1S
3D051652
Appendix
331
Wiring Diagrams
SiBE12-713
FTKS20CAVMB, FTKS25CAVMB, FTKS35CAVMB
FTXS20CAVMB, FTXS25CAVMB, FTXS35CAVMB
PCB3
S36
S35
PCB1
H1
INTELLIGENTEYE SENSOR
Fu
3.15A
S27
PCB2
FOR
( TERMINAL
CENTRALIZED CONTROL)
S26
C70
TRANSMISSION H3
CIRCUIT
LED1 LED2 LED3
S21
H1P H2P H3P
S1W
SIGNAL
RECEIVER
S32
S6
1
R1T
NOTE THAT OPERATION WILL
RESTART AUTOMATICALLY IF
THE MAIN POWER SUPPLY IS
TURNED OFF AND THEN BACK
ON AGAIN.
M
t°
140°C
H1P~H3P
M1F
M1S
PCB1~PCB3
R1T~R2T
S1~S36
S1W
X1M
M1F
t°
M
R2T
indoor
M1S
WIRELESS
REMOTE
CONTROLLER
FIELD WIRING.
CAUTION
S1
S7
t°
BLK
WHT
RED
GRN/YLW
H2
1
2 →
3
outdoor
X1M
1
2
3
: PROTECTIVE EARTH
C70 : RUNNING CAPACITOR
FU : FUSE
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
PILOT LAMP
FAN MOTOR
SWING MOTOR
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
THERMISTOR
CONNECTOR
OPERATION SWITCH
TERMINAL STRIP
3D033599G
FTKS50FV1B, FTKS60FV1B, FTKS71FV1B
FTXS50FV1B, FTXS60FV1B, FTXS71FV1B
FIELD WIRING.
PCB3
S27
S26
PCB1
H1
~
~
RECTIFIER
Fu
3.15A
t°
R1T
S38
1
H2
2
BLK
1
3
WHT
2
RED 3
GRN
/
YLW
H3
TRANSMISSION
CIRCUIT
X1M
FG
PCB4
S37
S21
7
S1
RED
LED1 LED2 LED3
H1P
BLU
BRN
ORG
WHT
H2P H3P
PCB5
S36
1
S35
INTELLIGENT EYE
S28
S32
1
S6
5
1
S8
M
M1F
6
SIGNAL
WIRELESS
REMOTE
CONTROLLER
332
RECEIVER
S1W
t°
S29
R2T
M
M1S
BRN
RED
ORG
YLW
PNK
BLU
PCB2
RED
ORG
YLW
PNK
BLU
SENSOR
M
M2S
INDOOR
FG
Fu
H1 ~ H3
H1P ~ H3P
M1F
M1S, M2S
PCB1~ PCB5
R1T, R2T
S1 ~ S38
S1W
X1M
OUTDOOR
CAUTION
NOTE THAT OPERATION WILL
RESTART AUTOMATICALLY IF
THE MAIN POWER SUPPLY IS
TURNED OFF AND THEN BACK
ON AGAIN.
: FRAME GROUND
: FUSE
: HARNESS
: PILOT LAMP
: FAN MOTOR
: SWING MOTOR
: PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
: THERMISTOR
: CONNECTOR
: OPERATION SWITCH
: TERMINAL STRIP
: PROTECTIVE EARTH
3D038530N
Appendix
SiBE12-713
Wiring Diagrams
FTXG25EV1BW(S), FTXG35EV1BW(S), CTXG50EV1BW(S)
PCB2
LED4 LED3 LED2
SIGNAL
RECEIVER
H4P H3P H2P
WIRELESS
REMOTE
CONTROLLER
PCB3
t°
S1W
S36
E2
E1
X1M
3
2
1
FG
TRANSMISSION
CIRCUIT
S46
FIELD WIRING.
GRN / YLW
R2T
PCB1
S36
GRN / YLW
S47
RED
WHT
BLK
H3
INTELLIGENTEYE SENSOR
H2
H1B
3
2
1
CAUTION
NOTE THAT OPERATION WILL
RESTART AUTOMATICALLY IF
THE MAIN POWER SUPPLY IS
TURNED OFF AND THEN BACK
ON AGAIN.
3.15A
F1U
~
~
RECTIFIER
t°
R1T
S1 4
7
RED
S41
S49
M
S2W
RED
ORG
YLW
PNK
BLU
RED
ORG
YLW
PNK
BLU
S51
BLK
WHT
S21
HA
RED
ORG
YLW
PNK
BLU
WHT
ORG
BRN
BLU
S32
M1S
M
M
M3S
M
FG
F1U
H2P~H4P
M1F
M1S, M2S, M3S
PCB1, PCB2, PCB3
R1T, R2T
S1~S51
S1W
S2W
X1M
indoor
M1F
M2S
outdoor
E1
E2
: FLAME GRUND
: FUSE
: PILOT LAMP
: FAN MOTOR
: SWING MOTOR
: PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
: THERMISTOR
: CONNECTOR
: OPERATION SWITCH
: PANEL LIMIT SWITCH
: TERMINAL STRIP
: PROTECTIVE EARTH
: EARTH TERMINAL(SHIELD PLATE)
: EARTH TERMINAL(HEAT. EX)
3D050493
2.1.2 Duct Connected Type
FDKS25CAVMB, FDKS35CAVMB, FDKS50CVMB, FDKS60CVMB, FDKS25EAVMB, FDKS35EAVMB
FDXS25CAVMB, FDXS35CAVMB, FDXS50CVMB, FDXS60CVMB, FDXS25EAVMB, FDXS35EAVMB
X1M
PCB1
PCB2
H1
F1U
3.15A
V1TR
LED LED LED S1
1
H1P H2P H3P
S26
1
(
SIGNAL
TERMINAL FOR
CENTRALIZED CONTROL
)
S21
S1W
RECEIVER
H2
10
2 S32 1
t°
BRN BRN
6
3
RED
S7
2 RTH11
H3
1
S1
10
1
GRY
TRANSMISSION
GND
CIRCUIT
BLK
YLW
3
C1
WHT
R1T
t°
R2T
WIRELESS
REMOTE
CONTROLLER
:
C1 :
F1U :
indoor
PROTECTIVE EARTH
CAPACITOR(M1F)
FUSE
PPL
BLU
Z1C
M
1~
M1F
Q1M
130°C
H1P ~ H3P
M1F
PCB1 ~ PCB2
Q1M
R1T ~ R2T
S1 ~ S32, RTH1
S1W
V1TR
X1M
Z1C
N=2
BLK
1
WHT
2
RED
3
GRN / YLW
GRN / YLW
1
2
3
outdoor
FIELD WIRING.
CAUTION
NOTE THAT OPERATION WILL
RESTART AUTOMATICALLY IF
THE MAIN POWER SUPPLY IS
TURNED OFF AND THEN BACK
ON AGAIN.
: PILOT LAMP
: FAN MOTOR
: PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
: THERMAL PROTECTOR (M1F EMBEDDED)
: THERMISTOR
: CONNECTOR
: OPERATION SWITCH
: PHASE CONTROL CIRCUIT
: TERMINAL BLOCK
: NOISE FILTER(FERRITE CORE)
3D045012K
Appendix
333
Wiring Diagrams
SiBE12-713
2.1.3 Floor / Ceiling Suspended Dual Type
FLKS25BAVMB, FLKS35BAVMB, FLKS50BAVMB, FLKS60BAVMB
FLXS25BAVMB, FLXS35BAVMB, FLXS50BAVMB, FLXS60BAVMB
PCB3
S25
PCB1
S24
S37
PCB2
S36
H1
LED LED LED
Fu
3.15A
H1P H2P H3P
H2
PCB4
C70
S1W
TRANSMISSION
CIRCUIT
HA
SIGNAL
RECEIVER
BLK
WHT
RED
GRN/
YLW
S27
S26
S21
S31
S32
t°
t°
R1T
R2T
H4
S7
H5
H3
X11A
1~
t°
M1S
M1F
100°C
outdoor
CAUTION
: PROTECTIVE EARTH
C70
: RUNNING CAPACITOR
FU
: FUSE
H1P~H3P : PILOT LAMP
M1F
: FAN MOTOR
M1S
: SWING MOTOR
M
M
→
NOTE THAT OPERATION WILL
RESTART AUTOMATICALLY IF
THE MAIN POWER SUPPLY IS
TURNED OFF AND THEN BACK
ON AGAIN.
indoor
X21A
1
2
3
FIELD WIRING.
H6
S6
WIRELESS
REMOTE
CONTROLLER
X1M
1
2
3
PCB1~PCB4
R1T~R2T
S6~S37, X11A, X21A
S1W
X1M
: PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
: THERMISTOR
: CONNECTOR
: OPERATION SWITCH(SW7)
: TERMINAL STRIP
3D033909E
2.1.4 Floor Standing Type
FVXS25FV1B, FVXS35FV1B, FVXS50FV1B
PCB3
S27
S2W(4)
PCB2
S26
V1 F1U
~
~
RECTIFIER
H1
3.15A
H2
S4W
WIRELESS
REMOTE
CONTROLLER
TRANSMISSION
CIRCUIT
PCB4
S1W
S47
S46
LED2
H1P
H2P
E1
4
1
M1S
M2S
indoor
M
RED
ORG
YLW
PNK
BLU
M
RED
ORG
YLW
PNK
BLU
S42
1
S21
GRN
S1
E3
RED
BLU
BRN
ORG
WHT
M
HA
S48
S49
t°
6
S41
1
PCB1
S32
5
t°
R2T
outdoor
FIELD WIRING.
CAUTION
NOTE THAT OPERATION WILL
RESTART AUTOMATICALLY IF
THE MAIN POWER SUPPLY IS
TURNED OFF AND THEN BACK
ON AGAIN.
M1F
R1T
1
2 →
3
X1M
1
2
3
E3
E4
V2
7
LED1
GRN
GRN/YLW
H3
SA1
SIGNAL
RECEIVER
BLK
WHT
RED
F1U
H1P,H2P
M1F
M1S
M2S
PCB1~PCB4
R1T,R2T
S1~S49
S1W
S2W(4)
S4W
X1M
E3
E4
: PROTECTIVE EARTH
: FUSE
: PILOT LAMP
: FAN MOTOR
: SWING MOTOR
: LOWER AIR OUTLET MOTOR
: PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
: THERMISTOR
: CONNECTOR
: OPERATION SWITCH
: UPWARD AIR FLOW LIMIT SWITCH
: AIR OUTLET SELECTION SWITCH
: TERMINAL STRIP
: EARTH TERMINAL(HEAT EX.)
: EARTH TERMINAL(SHIELD PLATE)
3D055953
334
Appendix
SiBE12-713
Wiring Diagrams
2.1.5 Ceiling Suspended Type
FHQ35/50/60BVV1B
WIRED REMOTE CONTROLLER
R1T
THERMISTOR(AIR)
SELECTOR SWITCH(MAIN/SUB)
SS1
WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER
(RECEIVER/DISPLAY UNIT)
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
A3P
A4P
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
PUSH BUTTON(ON/OFF)
LIGHT EMITTING DIODE
(ON-RED)
H2P
LIGHT EMITTING DIODE
(TIMER-GREEN)
H3P
LIGHT EMITTING DIODE
(FILTER SIGN-RED)
LIGHT EMITTING DIODE
(DEFROST-ORANGE)
H4P
A1P
C1
X1M
T1R
X2M
CONTROL BOX
:CONNECTER COLOUR FOR COMPONENTS.
t°
IN CASE OF SIMULTANEOUS
OPERATION SYSTEM
INDOOR UNIT
INDOOR UNIT
(SLAVE)
(MASTER)
A1P
TO OUTDOOR
UNIT
X2M
1
BLK
t°
:CONNECTER COLOUR FOR PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.
YLW
WHT
t°
X18A
X19A
F1U
WHT
2
1
1
SELECTOR SWITCH
RED
2
2
3
(MAIN/SUB)
X27A
3
3
SELECTOR SWITCH
SS2
(WIRELESS ADDRESS SET)
H05VV-U4G2.5
CONNECTOR FOR OPTIONAL PARTS
X2M
X2M
A4P
A1P A3P
CONNECTOR(FLOAT SWITCH)
X15A
SS1
H1P
CONNECTOR(DRAIN PUMP)
X25A
REMOTE
CONTROLLER
X33A
CONNECTOR
H2P BS1
SS2
(ADAPTOR FOR WIRING)
H3P
NOTES)
X35A
X24A
X2A
CONNECTOR
H4P
: TERMINAL
NOTE)4
(GROUP CONTROL ADAPTOR) 1.
X1A
X1A
X40A
CONNECTOR
,
: CONNECTOR
RECEIVER/DISPLAY UNIT
(ON/OFF INPUT FROM OUTSIDE)
X60A
CONNECTOR
2.
: FIELD WIRING
X61A
(INTERFACE ADAPTOR
3. IN CASE USING CENTRAL REMOTE CONTROLLER, CONNECT IT TO THE
X40A
FOR SKY AIR SERIES)
UNIT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ATTACHED INSTALLATION MANUAL.
SS1
:CONNECTER DISCRIMINATION COLOUR FOR COMPONENTS.
R3T
R2T
R1T
YLW
X1M
X17A
X24A
NOTE)4
X61A
X10A
T1R
X11A
P1
X5A
C1
X26A
KPR
V1TR
X20A
RED
X25A
RC
NOTE)6
M
~
Q1M
BLK
KAR
TC
X29A
R1T
WIRED REMOTE
CONTROLLER
GRY
PRP
BLU
t°
X60A
SS1
P2
P1
P2
WHT
BS1
H1P
YLW
KAR
KPR
M1F
M1S
Q1M
R1T
R2T
R3T
S1Q
T1R
V1TR
X1M
X2M
RC
TC
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
CAPACITOR(M1F)
FUSE(F5A 250V)
LIGHT EMITTING DIODE
(SERVICE MONITOR GREEN)
MAGNETIC RELAY(M1S)
MAGNETIC RELAY(M1P)
MOTOR(INDOOR FAN)
MOTOR(SWING FLAP)
THERMO SWITCH(M1F EMBEDDED)
THERMISTOR(AIR)
THERMISTOR(COIL-1)
THERMISTOR(COIL-2)
LIMIT SWITCH(SWING FLAP)
TRANSFORMER(220-240V/22V)
PHASE CONTROL CIRCUIT
TERMINAL BLOCK
TERMINAL BLOCK
SIGNAL RECEIVER CIRCUIT
SIGNAL TRANSMISSION CIRCUIT
TO OUTDOOR UNIT
A1P
C1
F1U
HAP
M1F
BLK
MSW
~
BLK
M1S
X14A
X33A
X35A HAP
NOTE)6
X15A
4. X24A IS CONNECTED WHEN THE WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER
KIT IS BEING USED.
5. REMOTE CONTROLLER MODEL VARIES ACCORDING TO THE COMBINATION
SYSTEM, CONFIRM ENGINEERING MATERIALS AND CATALOGS, ETC. BEFORE CONNECTING.
6. IN CASE INSTALLING THE DRAIN PUMP(M1P), REMOVE THE JUMPER CONNECTOR OF X15A AND EXECUTE THE ADDITIONAL WIRING FOR FLOAT SWITCH AND DRAIN PUMP.
7. SYMBOLS SHOW AS FOLLOWS: RED:RED BLK:BLACK WHT:WHITE YLW:YELLOW PRP:PURPLE GRY:GRAY BLU:BLUE
S1Q
3D037842D
Appendix
335
Wiring Diagrams
2.2
SiBE12-713
Outdoor Units
2.2.1 Cooling Only
4MKS75F2V1B
GRN
S10
PCB1
S40
SW5
SW1
Y3E
t°
t°
t°
t°
S93
1
t°
9
BLU
Y2E
t°
4
YLW
WHT
YLW
ORG
BLU
BRN
RED
Y1E
t°
8
1
GRY
WHT
YLW
ORG
BLU
BRN
RED
M
S92
1
BLK
WHT
YLW
ORG
BLU
BRN
RED
M
S90 6
1
RED
1
BRN
1
M
LED PCB2S2
3 2 1 A
SW2
1
YLW
D
S23 6
Z6C
RED
BLK
WHT
GRN
BLU
BLU
BLU
BLU
BLU
BLU
BLU
BLU
BLU
BLU
BLU
BLU
1
BLU
C
S22 6
t°
t°
t°
t°
1 S102 5
12
S52
3 S80 1
RED
B
S21 6
GRY
1 S101 5
12
WHT
A
S20 6
BLK
V5
S51
4
BLK
BLK
MRC/W
5
SHEET METAL
M1C
X11A
U
RED
RED
V M
YLW
YLW
3~
BLU
BLU
W
Z4C
Q1L
U
V
W
5
4
3
M1F
M
BLU
BRN
ORG
WHT
V3
7
1
1
RED
S70
1
+
PM1
FU2
3.15A
1
1
+
BLK
BLK
BLK
X5M
1
2
3
2
C
+
7(N)
B
D
6(P)
8
9
3 S15
BLK
ROOM D
1
2
3
BLU
ORG
A
1
V9
AC2
WHT
X4M
1
2
3
WHT
YLW
BLK
ROOM C
1
2
3
BLU
RED
X3M
1
2
3
ROOM A
1
2
3
WHT
X2M
1
2
3
ROOM B
1
2
3
WHT
TO INDOOR UNIT
V100
MRM10
Z5C
7
3.15A
BLK
BRN
Z3C
FU3
HR2
MRM20
BLK
N
FU1
30A V2
AC1
HR1
SA2
WHT
YLW
ORG
BLU
BRN
RED
Z2C
E2
WHT
WHT
E1
L
POWER SUPPLY
L
N
L1R
Z1C
GRN
GRN
YLW
X1M
SW3
R3T R2T R1T
R8T R9T R10T R11T R4T R5T R6T R7T
(OUTDOOR)(DISCHARGE) (ROOM-A)(ROOM-C) (ROOM-A)(ROOM-C)
Y4E
(CONDENSER)
(ROOM-B)(ROOM-D) (ROOM-B)(ROOM-D)
<LIQUID PIPE>
<GAS PIPE>
M
SW4
outdoor
indoor
Z1C~Z6C
: FERRITE CORE
X1M~X5M
: TERMINAL STRIP
FIELD WIRING
Y1E~Y4E
: ELECTRONIC EXPANSION VALVE COIL
V2, V3, V5, V9, V100 : VARISTOR
SA2
: SURGE ARRESTER
FU1, FU2, FU3
: FUSE
AC1, AC2
U, V, W, X11A
E1, E2
HR1, HR2
: CONNECTOR
MRM10, MRM20
MRC/W
R1T~R11T
S2~S102
LED1~LED4
LEDA
: MAGNETIC RELAY
: THERMISTOR
: CONNECTOR
: PILOT LAMP
L
N
SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4
SW5
: LIVE
: NEUTRAL
: FORCED OPERATION ON/OFF SW (SW1)
: SELECT SW (SW2)
: WIRING ERROR CHECK SW (SW3)
: PRIORITY ROOM SETTING SW (SW4)
: NIGHT QUIET MODE SETTING SW (SW5)
M1C
M1F
L1R
Q1L
PM1
PCB1, 2
SHEET METAL
: COMPRESSOR MOTOR
: FAN MOTOR
: REACTOR
: OVERLOAD PROTECTOR
: POWER MODULE
: PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
: TERMINAL STRIP FIXED PLATE
3D055885
2.2.2 Heat Pump
4MXS68F2V1B
GRN
FIELD WIRING
336
M1F
M
BLU
BRN
ORG
WHT
S70
1
M1C
X11A
U
RED
RED
V M
YLW
YLW
3~
BLU
BLU
W
Z4C
U
V
W
V3
Q1L
1
4
PCB1
S40
12 1 S102 5
PCB2
LED
S2
3 2 1 A
t°
t°
8
t°
t°
t°
S93
1
t°
9
BLU
t°
S92
1
4
YLW
WHT
YLW
ORG
BLU
BRN
RED
Z6C
S90 6
1
1
GRY
1
BLK
1
YLW
D
S23 6
RED
1
BLU
C
S22 6
BRN
1
RED
B
S21 6
WHT
YLW
ORG
BLU
BRN
RED
3 S80 1
WHT
YLW
ORG
BLU
BRN
RED
12 1 S101 5
WHT
A
S20 6
GRY
V5
S51
SW2
BLK
BLK
MRC/W
5
1
SHEET METAL
indoor
RED
7
BLU
BLU
X5M
1
2
3
S10
D
+
5
4
3
3 S15
BLK
ROOM D
1
2
3
B
WHT
X4M
1
2
3
ORG
+
PM1
FU2
3.15A
1
C
+
7(N)
2
1
BLK
ROOM C
1
2
3
BLU
6(P)
BLK
BLK
X3M
1
2
3
WHT
YLW
8
V9
AC2
A
9
BLK
RED
WHT
ROOM A
1
2
3
BLU
1
Z5C
7
3.15A
V100
MRM10
BLK
BLK
X2M
1
2
3
WHT
Z3C
TO INDOOR UNIT
ROOM B
1
2
3
FU3
HR2
MRM20
BLK
N
AC1
HR1
E2
SA2
FU1 V2
30A
WHT
YLW
ORG
BLU
BRN
RED
Z2C
BRN
WHT
WHT
E1
L
BLU
BLU
BLU
BLU
BLU
BLU
BLU
BLU
BLU
BLU
BLU
BLU
POWER SUPPLY
L
N
L1R
Z1C
GRN
YLW
X1M
RED
BLK
WHT
GRN
GRN
t°
t°
t°
t°
S52
SW5
SW1
SW3
Y1R
M
M
M
M
Y1E
Y2E
Y3E
Y4E
SW4
R8T R9T R10T R11T R4T R5T R6T R7T
R3T R2T R1T
(OUTDOOR)(DISCHARGE) (ROOM-A)(ROOM-C) (ROOM-A)(ROOM-C)
(CONDENSER)
(ROOM-B)(ROOM-D) (ROOM-B)(ROOM-D)
<GAS PIPE>
<LIQUID PIPE>
outdoor
Z1C~Z6C
: FERRITE CORE
X1M~X5M
: TERMINAL STRIP
Y1E~Y4E
: ELECTRONIC EXPANSION VALVE COIL
V2, V3, V5, V9, V100 : VARISTOR
SA2
: SURGE ARRESTER
FU1, FU2, FU3
: FUSE
AC1, AC2
U, V, W, X11A
E1, E2
HR1, HR2
: CONNECTOR
MRM10, MRM20
MRC/W
R1T~R11T
S2~S102
LED1~LED4
LEDA
: MAGNETIC RELAY
: THERMISTOR
: CONNECTOR
: PILOT LAMP
L
N
SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4
SW5
: LIVE
: NEUTRAL
: FORCED OPERATION ON/OFF SW (SW1)
: SELECT SW (SW2)
: WIRING ERROR CHECK SW (SW3)
: PRIORITY ROOM SETTING SW (SW4)
: NIGHT QUIET MODE SETTING SW (SW5)
M1C
M1F
L1R
Q1L
PM1
PCB1, 2
Y1R
SHEET METAL
: COMPRESSOR MOTOR
: FAN MOTOR
: REACTOR
: OVERLOAD PROTECTOR
: POWER MODULE
: PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
: REVERSING SORENOID VALVE COIL
: TERMINAL STRIP FIXED PLATE
3D055495
Appendix
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Index
Numerics
3 minutes stand-by..................................................86
A
A1..........................................................................236
A5..................................................................237, 247
A6..................................................................239, 240
AC1 .........................................................................56
AC2 .........................................................................56
address setting jumper........38, 40, 43, 45, 47, 49, 52
adjusting the air flow direction.......................131, 191
air purifying filter......................................................76
air purifying filter with photocatalytic deodorizing
function ............................................................76
anti-icing function in other rooms ..........................275
AUTO · DRY · COOL · HEAT · FAN operation
...............................................................129, 189
automatic air flow control ........................................65
automatic operation.................................................67
auto-restart........................................................38, 45
auto-restart function ................................................76
auto-swing...............................................................62
B
buzzer PCB .............................................................44
C
C4..........................................................................242
C7..........................................................................243
C9..........................................................................242
capacitor voltage check.........................................283
care and cleaning..........................................158, 205
centralized control .....................38, 40, 43, 45, 47, 49
changing operation room ........................................94
check
capacitor voltage check ..................................283
discharge pressure check...............................281
electronic expansion valve check ...................277
fan motor connector output check ..................276
four way valve performance check .................278
Hall IC check ..................................................285
installation condition check .............................280
inverter units refrigerant system check ...........282
limit switch continuity check............................276
main circuit electrolytic capacitor check..........284
outdoor unit fan system check (with DC motor)
...........................................................281
power supply waveforms check......................282
power transistor check....................................283
thermistor resistance check ............................279
turning speed pulse input on the outdoor unit PCB
check .................................................284
check No.01 ..........................................................276
check No.02 ..........................................................276
check No.03 ..........................................................276
Index
check No.04 ......................................................... 277
check No.05 ......................................................... 278
check No.06 ......................................................... 279
check No.07 ......................................................... 280
check No.08 ......................................................... 281
check No.09 ......................................................... 281
check No.10 ......................................................... 282
check No.11 ......................................................... 282
check No.12 ......................................................... 283
check No.13 ......................................................... 283
check No.14 ......................................................... 284
check No.15 ......................................................... 284
check No.16 ......................................................... 285
compressor .......................................................... 317
compressor lock ................................................... 251
compressor overload............................................ 250
compressor protection function .............................. 87
compressor sensor system abnormality............... 258
connectors.................... 38, 40, 43, 45, 47, 49, 52, 56
control PCB .................................................... 47, 301
control PCB (indoor unit) .......... 39, 42, 44, 46, 50, 53
cooling / heating mode lock.................................. 101
CT or related abnormality..................................... 261
D
DC fan lock........................................................... 252
defrost control ........................................................ 91
diagnosis mode .................................................... 231
discharge grille ..................................................... 291
discharge pipe ........................................................ 95
discharge pipe control ............................................ 88
discharge pipe temperature control................ 95, 255
discharge pipe thermistor ........................... 78, 80, 95
discharge pressure check .................................... 281
display PCB.................................... 39, 44, 48, 51, 53
distributor ............................................................. 315
E
E1 ......................................................................... 249
E5 ......................................................................... 250
E6 ......................................................................... 251
E7 ......................................................................... 252
E8 ......................................................................... 253
econo mode ........................................................... 70
econo operation ........................................... 143, 195
econo-mode-proof setting .................................... 101
electrical box ........................................................ 292
electrical box temperature rise ............................. 265
electronic expansion valve check......................... 277
electronic expansion valve coil............................. 312
electronic expansion valve control ......................... 92
error codes
A1 .................................................................. 236
A5 .......................................................... 237, 247
A6 .......................................................... 239, 240
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C4 ...................................................................242
C7 ...................................................................243
C9 ...................................................................242
E1 ...................................................................249
E5 ...................................................................250
E6 ...................................................................251
E7 ...................................................................252
E8 ...................................................................253
F3 ...................................................................255
F6 ...................................................................256
H0 ...................................................................258
H6 ...................................................................260
H8 ...................................................................261
H9 ...................................................................263
J3 ....................................................................263
J6 ....................................................................263
J8 ....................................................................263
J9 ....................................................................263
L3....................................................................265
L4....................................................................267
L5....................................................................269
P4 ...................................................................263
U0 ...................................................................271
U2 ...................................................................273
U4 ...................................................................244
U7 ...................................................................274
UA...........................................................246, 275
UH ..................................................................275
error codes and description of fault.......................233
front panel control .................................................. 64
front panel mechanism ................................... 45, 243
front panel open/close fault .................................. 243
FU1 .............................. 38, 40, 43, 45, 47, 49, 52, 56
FU2 ........................................................................ 56
FU3 ........................................................................ 56
functions ................................................................... 2
fuse .............................. 38, 40, 43, 45, 47, 49, 52, 56
G
gas pipe isothermal control during cooling ............. 94
gas pipe thermistor........................................... 78, 80
H
H0......................................................................... 258
H6......................................................................... 260
H8......................................................................... 261
H9......................................................................... 263
HA .............................................................. 38, 43, 45
Hall IC .................................................... 65, 239, 240
Hall IC check ........................................................ 285
HAP ........................................................................ 54
heating peak-cut control ......................................... 89
high pressure control............................................ 237
high pressure control in cooling ........................... 256
HOME LEAVE operation ................................ 73, 144
hot start function..................................................... 75
HR1 ........................................................................ 56
HR2 ........................................................................ 56
F
I
F3 ..........................................................................255
F6 ..........................................................................256
fan control ...............................................................90
fan motor ...............................................................306
fan motor connector output check.........................276
fan motor or related abnormality
AC motor ........................................................239
DC motor ........................................................240
fan speed control.....................................................65
fan speed setting.................38, 40, 43, 45, 47, 49, 52
filter
air purifying filter with photocatalytic deodorizing
function ................................................76
air-purifying filter ...............................................76
mold proof air filter (prefilter).............................76
photocatalytic deodorizing filter ........................76
titanium apatite photocatalytic air-purifying filter
.............................................................76
forced operation mode ............................................97
forced operation ON/OFF switch
.....................................38, 40, 43, 45, 47, 52, 56
four way valve .......................................................316
four way valve coil.................................................312
four way valve operation compensation..................86
four way valve performance check........................278
four way valve switching .........................................86
freeze-up protection control ....................89, 237, 247
frequency control.....................................................83
frequency principle ..................................................60
front panel .............................................................289
indoor heat exchanger thermistor .................... 79, 81
indoor unit PCB abnormality ................................ 236
input current control ............................................... 88
input over current detection.................................. 253
installation condition check .................................. 280
instruction ............................................................. 105
insufficient gas ..................................................... 271
insufficient gas control............................................ 96
INTELLIGENT EYE ................................................ 71
INTELLIGENT EYE operation .............................. 146
INTELLIGENT EYE sensor .................................. 322
INTELLIGENT EYE sensor PCB.......... 39, 42, 44, 46
inverter POWERFUL operation .............................. 74
inverter principle ..................................................... 60
inverter units refrigerant system check................. 282
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J
J3 ......................................................................... 263
J4 ......................................................................... 321
J6 ......................................................................... 263
J8 ......................................................................... 263
J9 ......................................................................... 263
JA ............................... 38, 40, 43, 45, 47, 49, 52, 321
JB ............................... 38, 40, 43, 45, 47, 49, 52, 321
JC ............................... 38, 40, 43, 45, 47, 49, 52, 321
jumper setting....................................................... 321
L
L3 ......................................................................... 265
L4 ......................................................................... 267
Index
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L5 ..........................................................................269
LED A............................38, 40, 43, 45, 47, 49, 52, 56
LED1 ...................................38, 40, 43, 47, 49, 52, 56
LED2 .............................38, 40, 43, 45, 47, 49, 52, 56
LED3 ...................................38, 40, 43, 45, 47, 49, 56
LED4 .................................................................45, 56
limit switch.......................................................45, 243
limit switch continuity check ..................................276
liquid compression protection function 2 .................90
liquid pipe thermistor ...............................................79
low-voltage detection ............................................273
M
main circuit electrolytic capacitor check ................284
main PCB (outdoor unit)..........................................57
main structural parts................................................77
mode hierarchy .......................................................82
mold proof air filter (prefilter) ...................................76
motor
reduction motor.................................................45
multi system ..................................................156, 203
N
names of parts ..............................................108, 183
night set mode.........................................................69
O
oil recovery function ................................................95
OL activation .........................................................250
ON/OFF button on indoor unit.................................75
opening limit ............................................................94
operation lamp ......................................................226
outdoor air thermistor ............................................298
outdoor heat exchanger thermistor ...................78, 80
outdoor unit fan system check (with DC motor) ....281
outdoor unit PCB abnormality ...............................249
outdoor unit quiet operation ..........................142, 194
output over current detection ................................269
over current .............................................................96
overload ..................................................................96
over-voltage detection...........................................273
P
P4..........................................................................263
PCB (ceiling suspended type).................................55
photocatalytic deodorizing filter...............................76
PI control .................................................................84
piping diagrams.....................................................324
position sensor abnormality ..................................260
power failure recovery function
.....................................38, 40, 43, 45, 47, 49, 52
power supply PCB...................................................50
power supply waveforms check ............................282
power transistor check ..........................................283
power-airflow dual flaps ..........................................62
POWERFUL operation..................................141, 193
POWERFUL operation mode................................100
preheating operation ...............................................86
preparation before operation.........................126, 186
pressure equalization control ..................................94
preventing indoor freezing.......................................97
Index
printed circuit board (PCB)
buzzer PCB...................................................... 44
ceiling suspended type .................................... 55
control PCB.............................................. 47, 301
control PCB (indoor unit) ... 39, 42, 44, 46, 50, 53
display PCB ............................. 39, 44, 48, 51, 53
INTELLIGENT EYE sensor PCB ... 39, 42, 44, 46
main PCB (outdoor unit) .................................. 57
power supply PCB ........................................... 50
removal procedure......................................... 300
sensor PCB...................................................... 53
service monitor PCB ........................................ 58
service PCB ............................................. 53, 300
signal receiver PCB ................. 39, 42, 44, 46, 51
printed circuit board connector wiring diagram....... 38
priority room setting.............................................. 100
problem symptoms and measures ....................... 228
programme dry function ......................................... 66
propeller fan ......................................................... 306
R
radiation fin temperature rise ............................... 267
reduction motor .............................................. 45, 243
remote controller .................................................. 230
removal procedure
compressor .................................................... 317
distributor ....................................................... 315
electrical box.................................................. 292
electronic expansion valve coil ...................... 312
fan motor........................................................ 306
four way valve................................................ 316
four way valve coil ......................................... 312
panels and plates........................................... 288
PCB ............................................................... 300
propeller fan................................................... 306
sound blanket ................................................ 308
thermistor....................................................... 312
right side panel ..................................................... 308
RTH1 .............................................. 38, 40, 43, 45, 47
S
S1 ............................................. 38, 40, 43, 45, 47, 52
S10 ......................................................................... 56
S101 ....................................................................... 56
S102 ............................................................... 56, 300
S15 ......................................................................... 56
S20 ................................................................. 56, 294
S21 ....................... 38, 40, 43, 45, 47, 49, 52, 56, 294
S22 ................................................................. 56, 294
S23 ................................................................. 56, 294
S24 ......................................................................... 49
S25 ......................................................................... 49
S26 ........................................... 38, 40, 43, 47, 49, 52
S27 ................................................. 38, 40, 43, 49, 52
S28 ................................................................... 38, 43
S29 ................................................................... 38, 43
S31 ......................................................................... 49
S32 ........................................... 38, 40, 43, 45, 47, 49
S35 ............................................................. 38, 40, 43
S36 ................................................. 38, 40, 43, 45, 49
S37 ................................................................... 43, 49
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S38..........................................................................43
S40..................................................................56, 295
S41....................................................................45, 52
S42..........................................................................52
S46....................................................................45, 52
S47....................................................................45, 52
S48..........................................................................52
S49....................................................................45, 52
S51....................................................................45, 56
S52..................................................................56, 300
S6..........................................................38, 40, 43, 49
S7................................................................40, 47, 49
S70..................................................................56, 293
S8............................................................................43
S80..................................................................56, 296
S90..........................................................56, 296, 313
S92..........................................................56, 296, 313
S93..........................................................56, 296, 313
safety precautions .........................................106, 181
SC control ...............................................................94
self-diagnosis digital display....................................76
sensor malfunction detection ..................................96
sensor PCB (indoor unit).........................................53
service check function...........................................229
service monitor PCB ...............................................58
service PCB ....................................................53, 300
signal receiver PCB.........................39, 42, 44, 46, 51
signal receiving sign................................................75
signal transmission error .......................................244
signal transmission error (on outdoor unit PCB) ...274
sound blanket........................................................308
specifications...........................................................14
starting control
indoor unit .........................................................64
starting operation control.........................................94
stop valve cover ....................................................291
SW1 ....................................38, 43, 45, 47, 49, 52, 56
SW2 ............................................................49, 52, 56
SW3 ........................................................................56
SW4 ..................................................................52, 56
SW5 ........................................................................56
SW7 ........................................................................40
T
target discharge pipe temperature control ..............95
terminal board .......................................................304
test run from the remote controller ........................320
thermistor
discharge pipe thermistor .............78, 80, 95, 314
gas pipe thermistor .............................78, 80, 313
heat exchanger thermistor ..............................313
indoor heat exchanger thermistor ...............79, 81
liquid pipe thermistor ................................79, 313
outdoor air thermistor .....................................313
outdoor heat exchanger thermistor.............78, 80
thermistor or related abnormality (indoor unit) ......242
thermistor or related abnormality (outdoor unit) ....263
thermistor resistance check ..................................279
thermostat control ...................................................68
TIMER operation ...........................................154, 196
titanium apatite photocatalytic air-purifying filter .....76
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top panel .............................................................. 288
troubleshooting..................................................... 177
indoor units .................................................... 234
outdoor units .................................................. 235
troubleshooting with the LED indication ............... 227
troubleshooting with the operation lamp .............. 226
turning speed pulse input on the outdoor unit PCB
check............................................................. 284
U
U0......................................................................... 271
U2......................................................................... 273
U4......................................................................... 244
U7......................................................................... 274
UA ................................................................ 246, 275
UH ........................................................................ 275
unspecified voltage (between indoor and outdoor
units) ..................................................... 246, 275
V
V1 ....................................... 38, 40, 43, 45, 47, 49, 52
V100 ....................................................................... 56
V2 ........................................................................... 56
V3 ........................................................................... 56
V5 ........................................................................... 56
V9 ........................................................................... 56
varistor ......................... 38, 40, 43, 45, 47, 49, 52, 56
W
WEEKLY TIMER operation ............................ 76, 198
wide-angle louvers ................................................. 62
wiring diagrams .................................................... 331
wiring-error check................................................... 98
X
X14A ...................................................................... 54
X15A ...................................................................... 54
X17A ...................................................................... 54
X18A ...................................................................... 54
X19A ...................................................................... 54
X20A ...................................................................... 54
X24A ...................................................................... 54
X25A ...................................................................... 54
X26A ...................................................................... 54
X27A ...................................................................... 54
X29A ...................................................................... 54
X33A ...................................................................... 54
X35A ...................................................................... 54
X40A ...................................................................... 54
X5A ........................................................................ 54
X60A ...................................................................... 54
X61A ...................................................................... 54
Index
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Drawings & Flow Charts
A
anti-icing function in other rooms .........................275
automatic air flow control .......................................65
automatic operation ................................................67
auto-swing ..............................................................62
B
buzzer PCB ............................................................44
C
capacitor voltage check ........................................283
check No.01 .........................................................276
check No.02 .........................................................276
check No.03 .........................................................276
check No.04 .........................................................277
check No.05 .........................................................278
check No.06 .........................................................279
check No.07 .........................................................280
check No.08 .........................................................281
check No.09 .........................................................281
check No.10 .........................................................282
check No.11 .........................................................282
check No.12 .........................................................283
check No.13 .........................................................283
check No.14 .........................................................284
check No.15 .........................................................284
check No.16 .........................................................285
comfort airflow mode ..............................................62
compressor lock ...................................................251
compressor overload ............................................250
compressor protection function ..............................87
compressor sensor system abnormality ...............258
control PCB (indoor unit)
...............................39, 41, 42, 44, 46, 47, 50, 53
cooling / heating mode lock ..................................101
CT or related abnormality .....................................261
D
DC fan lock ...........................................................252
defrost control ........................................................91
diagnosis mode ....................................................231
discharge pipe control ............................................88
discharge pipe temperature control ......................255
discharge pressure check ....................................281
display PCB ....................................39, 44, 48, 51, 53
E
fan motor or related abnormality
ac motor ........................................................ 239
DC motor ...................................................... 240
four way valve performance check ...................... 278
freeze-up protection control .................. 89, 237, 247
frequency control ................................................... 83
frequency principle ................................................ 60
front panel open/close fault ................................. 243
function of thermistor
cooling only model .......................................... 80
heat pump model ............................................ 78
H
Hall IC check ....................................................... 285
heating peak-cut control ........................................ 89
high pressure control ........................................... 237
high pressure control in cooling .......................... 256
HOME LEAVE operation ....................................... 73
hot start function .................................................... 75
I
indoor unit PCB abnormality ............................... 236
input current control .............................................. 88
input over current detection ................................. 253
installation condition check ................................. 280
insufficient gas .................................................... 271
insufficient gas control ........................................... 96
INTELLIGENT EYE ............................................... 71
INTELLIGENT EYE sensor ................................. 322
INTELLIGENT EYE sensor PCB ......... 39, 42, 44, 46
inverter features .................................................... 61
inverter POWERFUL operation ............................. 74
inverter units refrigerant system check ................ 282
J
jumper settings .................................................... 321
L
limit switch continuity check ................................ 276
location of operation lamp ................................... 226
low-voltage detection .......................................... 273
M
main circuit electrolytic capacitor check .............. 284
main PCB (outdoor unit) ........................................ 57
main structural parts .............................................. 77
mode hierarchy ..................................................... 82
econo mode ...........................................................70
electrical box temperature rise .............................265
electronic expansion valve check .........................277
electronic expansion valve control .........................92
N
F
OL activation ....................................................... 250
ON/OFF button on indoor unit ............................... 75
outdoor unit fan system check (with DC motor) .. 281
fan motor connector output check ........................276
Drawings & Flow Charts
night set mode ....................................................... 69
O
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programme dry function ........................................ 66
outdoor unit PCB abnormality ..............................249
output over current detection ...............................269
over-voltage detection ..........................................273
R
P
radiation fin temperature rise .............................. 267
remote controller ......................................... 229, 230
PCB (ceiling suspended type) ................................55
piping diagrams
4MKS75F2V1B ..............................................330
4MXS68F2V1B ..............................................330
CTXG50EV1BW(S) .......................................325
FDKS25CAVMB ............................................327
FDKS25EAVMB ............................................327
FDKS35CAVMB ............................................327
FDKS35EAVMB ............................................327
FDKS50CVMB ...............................................327
FDKS60CVMB ...............................................327
FDXS25CAVMB ............................................327
FDXS25EAVMB ............................................327
FDXS35CAVMB ............................................327
FDXS35EAVMB ............................................327
FDXS50CVMB ...............................................327
FDXS60CVMB ...............................................327
FHQ35/50/60BVV1B .....................................329
FLKS25BAVMB .............................................327
FLKS35BAVMB .............................................327
FLKS50BAVMB .............................................327
FLKS60BAVMB .............................................327
FLXS25BAVMB .............................................328
FLXS35BAVMB .............................................328
FLXS50BAVMB .............................................328
FLXS60BAVMB .............................................328
FTKS20CAVMB .............................................324
FTKS20D3VMW(L) ........................................324
FTKS25CAVMB .............................................324
FTKS25D3VMW(L) ........................................324
FTKS35CAVMB .............................................324
FTKS35D3VMW(L) ........................................324
FTKS50D2V1W(L) .........................................324
FTKS50FV1B ................................................324
FTKS60FV1B ................................................324
FTKS71FV1B ................................................325
FTXG25EV1BW(S) ........................................325
FTXG35EV1BW(S) ........................................325
FTXS20CAVMB .............................................326
FTXS20D3VMW(L) ........................................325
FTXS25CAVMB .............................................326
FTXS25D3VMW(L) ........................................325
FTXS35CAVMB .............................................326
FTXS35D3VMW(L) ........................................325
FTXS50D2V1W(L) .........................................326
FTXS50FV1B ................................................326
FTXS60FV1B ................................................326
FTXS71FV1B ................................................326
FVXS25FV1B ................................................328
FVXS35FV1B ................................................328
FVXS50FV1B ................................................328
position sensor abnormality .................................260
power supply PCB ..................................................50
power supply waveforms check ...........................282
power transistor check .........................................283
priority room setting ..............................................100
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S
sensor PCB ........................................................... 53
service monitor PCB ............................................. 58
service PCB .......................................................... 53
signal receiver PCB ....................... 39, 42, 44, 46, 51
signal transmission error ..................................... 244
signal transmission error (on outdoor unit PCB) . 274
starting control flow ............................................... 64
starting timing chart ............................................... 64
T
target discharge pipe temperature control ............ 95
test operation from remote controller .................. 320
thermistor or related abnormality (indoor unit) .... 242
thermistor or related abnormality (outdoor unit) .. 263
thermistor resistance check ................................ 279
thermostat control ................................................. 68
troubleshooting with the LED indication .............. 227
turning speed pulse input on the outdoor unit PCB
check ............................................................ 284
U
unspecified voltage (between indoor and outdoor
units) .................................................... 246, 275
W
wiring diagrams
4MKS75F2V1B ............................................. 336
4MXS68F2V1B ............................................. 336
CTXG50EV1BW(S) ...................................... 333
FDKS25CAVMB ........................................... 333
FDKS25EAVMB ............................................ 333
FDKS35CAVMB ........................................... 333
FDKS35EAVMB ............................................ 333
FDKS50CVMB .............................................. 333
FDKS60CVMB .............................................. 333
FDXS25CAVMB ........................................... 333
FDXS25EAVMB ............................................ 333
FDXS35CAVMB ........................................... 333
FDXS35EAVMB ............................................ 333
FDXS50CVMB .............................................. 333
FDXS60CVMB .............................................. 333
FHQ35/50/60BVV1B ..................................... 335
FLKS25BAVMB ............................................ 334
FLKS35BAVMB ............................................ 334
FLKS50BAVMB ............................................ 334
FLKS60BAVMB ............................................ 334
FLXS25BAVMB ............................................ 334
FLXS35BAVMB ............................................ 334
FLXS50BAVMB ............................................ 334
FLXS60BAVMB ............................................ 334
FTKS20CAVMB ............................................ 332
FTKS20D3VMW(L) ....................................... 331
FTKS25CAVMB ............................................ 332
FTKS25D3VMW(L) ....................................... 331
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FTKS35CAVMB .............................................332
FTKS35D3VMW(L) ........................................331
FTKS50D2V1W(L) .........................................331
FTKS50FV1B ................................................332
FTKS60FV1B ................................................332
FTKS71FV1B ................................................332
FTXG25EV1BW(S) ........................................333
FTXG35EV1BW(S) ........................................333
FTXS20CAVMB .............................................332
FTXS20D3VMW(L) ........................................331
FTXS25CAVMB .............................................332
FTXS25D3VMW(L) ........................................331
FTXS35CAVMB .............................................332
FTXS35D3VMW(L) ........................................331
FTXS50D2V1W(L) .........................................331
FTXS50FV1B ................................................332
FTXS60FV1B ................................................332
FTXS71FV1B ................................................332
FVXS25FV1B ................................................334
FVXS35FV1B ................................................334
FVXS50FV1B ................................................334
wiring-error check ...................................................98
Drawings & Flow Charts
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Specifications, designs and other content appearing in this brochure are current as of March 2007 but subject to change without notice.
SiBE 12-713
Printed in Japan 03/2007 B AK