Mitsubishi Electric City Multi PEFY-P125VMH-E Service manual

AIR CONDITIONERS
2012
TECHNICAL & SERVICE MANUAL
Models
PEFY-P20VMA(L)-E,
PEFY-P25VMA(L)-E,
PEFY-P32VMA(L)-E,
PEFY-P40VMA(L)-E,
PEFY-P50VMA(L)-E,
PEFY-P63VMA(L)-E
PEFY-P71VMA(L)-E
PEFY-P80VMA(L)-E
PEFY-P100VMA(L)-E
PEFY-P125VMA(L)-E
PEFY-P140VMA(L)-E
Safety Precautions
Read before installation and performing electrical work
ŒThoroughly read the following safety precautions prior to installation.
ŒObserve these safety precautions for your safety.
ŒThis equipment may have adverse effects on the equipment on the same power supply system.
ŒContact the local power authority before connecting to the system.
Symbol explanations
WARNING
This symbol indicates that failure to follow the instructions exactly as stated poses the risk of serious injury or death.
CAUTION
This symbol indicates that failure to follow the instructions exactly as stated poses the risk of serious injury or damage to the unit.
Indicates an action that must be avoided.
Indicates important instructions.
Indicates a parts that requires grounding.
Indicates that caution must be taken with rotating parts. (This symbol is on the main unit label.) <Color: Yellow>
Indicates that the parts that are marked with this symbol pose a risk of electric shock. (This symbol is on the main
unit label.) <Color: Yellow>
WARNING
Carefully read the labels affixed to the main unit.
WARNING
Ask your dealer or a qualified technician to install the unit.
Do not make any modifications or alterations to the unit.
Consult your dealer for repair.
Improper installation by the user may result in water leakage, electric shock, or fire.
Improper repair may result in water leakage, electric shock,
or fire.
Properly install the unit on a surface that can withstand its
weight.
Do not touch the heat exchanger fins with bare hands.
Unit installed on an unstable surface may fall and cause injury.
The fins are sharp and pose a risk of cuts.
In the event of a refrigerant leak, thoroughly ventilate the
room.
Only use specified cables. Securely connect each cable so
that the terminals do not carry the weight of the cable.
If gaseous refrigerant leaks out and comes in contact with
an open flame, toxic gases will be generated.
Improperly connected cables may produce heat and start a
fire.
Properly install the unit according to the instructions in the
Installation Manual.
Take appropriate safety measures against wind gusts and
earthquakes to prevent the unit from toppling over.
Improper installation may result in water leakage, electric
shock, or fire.
Improper installation may cause the unit to topple over and
cause injury or damage to the unit.
Have all electrical work performed by an authorized electrician according to the local regulations and the instructions
in this manual. Use a dedicated circuit.
Only use accessories (i.e., air cleaners, humidifiers, electric
heaters) recommended by Mitsubishi Electric.
Insufficient power supply capacity or improper installation
of the unit may result in malfunctions of the unit, electric
shock, or fire.
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WARNING
Keep electrical parts away from water.
Consult your dealer or a qualified technician when moving
or reinstalling the unit.
Wet electrical parts pose a risk of electric shock, smoke, or
fire.
Improper installation may result in water leakage, electric
shock, or fire.
Securely attach the control box cover.
After completing the service work, check for a refrigerant
leak.
If the cover is not installed properly, dust or water may infiltrate and pose a risk of electric shock, smoke, or fire.
If leaked refrigerant is exposed to a heat source, such as a
fan heater, stove, or electric grill, toxic gases will be generated.
Only use the type of refrigerant that is indicated on the unit
when installing or relocating the unit.
Infiltration of any other types of refrigerant or air into the unit
may adversely affect the refrigerant cycle and may cause
the pipes to burst or explode.
Do not try to defeat the safety features of the unit.
Forced operation of the pressure switch or the temperature
switch by defeating the safety features for these devices, or
the use of accessories other than the ones that are recommended by Mitsubishi Electric may result in smoke, fire, or
explosion.
When installing the unit in a small space, take appropriate
precautions to prevent leaked refrigerant from reaching the
limiting concentration.
Leaked refrigerant gas will displace oxygen and may cause
oxygen starvation. Consult your dealer before installing the
unit.
Consult your dealer for proper disposal method.
Do not use a leak detection additive.
Precautions for handling units for use with R410A
CAUTION
Do not use the existing refrigerant piping.
Only use R410A.
A large amount of chlorine that may be contained in the residual refrigerant and refrigerator oil in the existing piping
may cause the refrigerator oil in the new unit to deteriorate.
The use of other types of refrigerant that contain chloride
may cause the refrigerator oil to deteriorate.
Use a vacuum pump with a check valve.
Use refrigerant piping materials made of phosphorus deoxidized copper. Keep the inner and outer surfaces of the
pipes clean and free of such contaminants as sulfur, oxides,
dust, dirt, shaving particles, oil, and moisture.
If a vacuum pump that is not equipped with a check valve is
used, the vacuum pump oil may flow into the refrigerant cycle and cause the refrigerator oil to deteriorate.
Contaminants in the refrigerant piping may cause the refrigerator oil to deteriorate.
Prepare tools for exclusive use with R 410A. Do not use the
following tools if they have been used with the conventional
refrigerant: gauge manifold, charging hose, gas leak detector, check valve, refrigerant charge base, vacuum gauge,
and refrigerant recovery equipment.
Store the piping materials indoors, and keep both ends of
the pipes sealed until immediately before brazing. (Keep elbows and other joints wrapped in plastic.)
If the refrigerant or the refrigerator oil that may be left on these
tools are mixed in with R410A, it may cause the refrigerator oil
in the new system to deteriorate.
Infiltration of water may cause the refrigerator oil to deteriorate.
Leak detectors for conventional refrigerants will not detect an
R410A leak because R410A is free of chlorine.
Infiltration of dust, dirt, or water into the refrigerant system
may cause the refrigerator oil to deteriorate or cause the
compressor to malfunction.
Use a small amount of ester oil, ether oil, or alkyl benzene
to coat flares and flanges.
Do not use a charging cylinder.
Infiltration of a large amount of mineral oil may cause the refrigerator oil to deteriorate.
If a charging cylinder is used, the composition of the refrigerant
in the cylinder will change and become unsuitable for use.
Charge the system with refrigerant in the liquid phase.
Exercise special care when handling tools for use with R410A.
If gaseous refrigerant is drawn out of the cylinder first, the
composition of the remaining refrigerant in the cylinder will
change and become unsuitable for use.
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Infiltration of dust, dirt, or water into the refrigerant system
may cause the refrigerator oil to deteriorate.
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CONTENTS
I Features
[1] Features.................................................................................................................................... 1
II Components and Functions
[1] Components and Functions...................................................................................................... 2
III Specfications
[1] Specifications............................................................................................................................ 4
1.Specfications .......................................................................................................................... 4
2.Electrical component specifications........................................................................................ 7
IV Outlines and Dimensions
[1] Outlines and Dimensions.......................................................................................................... 8
[2] Service Space......................................................................................................................... 10
V Wiring Diagram
[1] Wiring Diagram ....................................................................................................................... 11
VI Refrigerant System Diagram
[1] Refrigerant system diagram.................................................................................................... 13
VII Troubleshooting
[1] Troubleshooting ...................................................................................................................... 14
1.Check methods..................................................................................................................... 14
2.DC fan motor (fan motor/indoor control board)..................................................................... 18
3.Address switch setting .......................................................................................................... 19
4.Voltage test points on the control board ............................................................................... 20
5.Dipswitch setting (Factory setting)........................................................................................ 21
VIII Disassembly Procedure
[1] Disassembly Procedure.......................................................................................................... 24
1.Control box ........................................................................................................................... 24
2.Thermistor (Intake air) .......................................................................................................... 25
3.Drainpan ............................................................................................................................... 26
4.Thermistor (Gas pipe) (Liquid pipe) ...................................................................................... 27
5.Fan and fan motor ................................................................................................................ 28
6.Heat exchanger .................................................................................................................... 29
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[ I Features ]
I Features
[1] Features
Model
Cooling capacity/Heating capacity
kW
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PEFY-P20VMA(L)-E
2.2/2.5
PEFY-P25VMA(L)-E
2.8/3.2
PEFY-P32VMA(L)-E
3.6/4.0
PEFY-P40VMA(L)-E
4.5/5.0
PEFY-P50VMA(L)-E
5.6/6.3
PEFY-P63VMA(L)-E
7.1/8.0
PEFY-P71VMA(L)-E
8.0/9.0
PEFY-P80VMA(L)-E
9.0/10.0
PEFY-P100VMA(L)-E
11.2/12.5
PEFY-P125VMA(L)-E
14.0/16.0
PEFY-P140VMA(L)-E
16.0/18.0
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[ II Components and Functions ]
II Components and Functions
[1] Components and Functions
1. Indoor (Main) Unit
(1) In case of rear inlet
(2) In case of bottom inlet
Air inlet
Air inlet
Air outlet
Air outlet
2. Remote Controller
[PAR-21MAA]
Once the operation mode is selected, the unit will remain in the selected mode until changed.
(1) Remote Controller Buttons
1
2
[Set Temperature] Button
7
[Vane Control] Button
[Timer Menu] Button
8
[Ventilation] Button
[Monitor/Set] Button
[Operation] Button
3 [Mode] Button
9
[Check/Clear] Button
[Back] Button
10 [Test Run] Button
4 [Timer On/Off] Button
11 [Filter] Button
[Set Day] Button
[ ] Button
5 [Louver] Button
12 [ON/OFF] Button
[Operation] Button
13 Position of built-in room thermistor
6 [Fan Speed] Button
14 [Set Time] Button
ŒKeep the remote controller out of direct sunlight to ensure accurate measurement of room temperature.
ŒThe thermistor at the lower right-hand section of the remote controller must be free from obstructions to ensure accurate measurement of room temperature.
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[ II Components and Functions ]
(2) Remote Controller Display
A
Current time/Timer time
I
Louver swing
B
Centralized control indicator
J
Ventilation
C
Timer OFF indicator
K
Filter sign
D
Timer mode indicator
L
Sensor position
E
Operation mode display:
FAN,
HEAT
M
Room temperature
F
Function mode indicator
N
Vane setting
G
Preset temperature
O
Fan speed
H
Power indicator
P
Operation lamp
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DRY,
AUTO,
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[ III Specfications ]
III Specfications
[1] Specifications
1. Specfications
Model
PEFYP20VMA(L)-E
Power supply
Cooling capacity
Heating capacity
V
1-phase 220-230-240
Frequency
Hz
50/60
*1
Power consumption
Current consumption
*2
PEFYP40VMA(L)-E
kW
2.2
2.8
3.6
4.5
kW
2.5
3.2
4.0
5.0
Cooling
kW
0.06(0.04)
0.07(0.05)
0.09(0.07)
Heating
kW
0.04(0.04)
0.05(0.05)
0.07(0.07)
Cooling
A
0.53(0.42)
0.55(0.44)
0.64(0.53)
Heating
A
0.42(0.42)
0.44(0.44)
0.53(0.53)
External finish
Galvanized
Dimensions
Net weight
PEFYP32VMA(L)-E
Voltage
*1
*2
PEFYP25VMA(L)-E
Height
mm
Width
mm
Depth
mm
*2
250
700
732
kg
Heat exchanger
900
23(22)
26(25)
Cross fin(Aluminium fin and copper tube)
Fan
Type
Motor
Sirocco fan x 1
3/min
6.0-7.5-8.5
7.5-9.0-10.5
Airflow rate
(Low-Mid-High)
m
External static
pressure
Pa
35/50/70/100/150
Output
kW
0.085
Air filter
10.0-12.014.0
PP Honeycomb fabric (washable)
Refrigerant pipe
dimensions
Gas (Brazed
connection)
mm[in.]
ø12.7[ø1/2]
Liquid (Brazed
connection)
mm[in.]
ø6.35[ø1/4]
mm[in.]
O.D. 32[1-1/4]
Drain pipe dimensions
Operating noise(Low-Mid-High)
35Pa
dB (A)
23-24-25
23-25-28
23-26-29
50Pa
23-25-26
23-26-29
23-27-30
70Pa
23-26-28
24-27-30
24-28-31
100Pa
24-27-30
25-28-32
26-29-33
150Pa
25-30-34
28-32-36
29-33-37
35Pa
26-27-28
28-30-34
50Pa
26-28-29
28-30-34
70Pa
26-29-31
29-32-36
100Pa
27-30-33
29-33-37
150Pa
28-33-37
Aux. duct
2m
1.5m
2m
Measurement location 1
* Measured in anechoic room.
Aux. duct
2m
1.5m
1m
Measurement location 2
31-35-40
32-36-40
* Measured in anechoic room.
*1 <Cooling> Indoor temperature: 27°CDB/19°CWB (81°FDB/66°FWB) Outdoor temperature: 35°CDB (95°FDB)
<Heating> Indoor temperature: 20°CDB (68°FWB) Outdoor temperature: 7°CDB/6°CWB (45°FDB/43°FWB)
*2 Figures in the parentheses indicate drainpump-less Model (L).
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[ III Specfications ]
Model
PEFYP50VMA(L)-E
Power supply
Cooling capacity
Heating capacity
V
1-phase 220-230-240
Frequency
Hz
50/60
Current consumption
*2
5.6
7.1
8.0
9.0
kW
6.3
8.0
9.0
10.0
Cooling
kW
0.11(0.09)
0.12(0.10)
0.14(0.12)
Heating
kW
0.09(0.09)
0.10(0.10)
0.12(0.12)
Cooling
A
0.74(0.63)
1.01(0.90)
1.15(1.04)
Heating
A
0.63(0.63)
0.90(0.90)
1.04(1.04)
External finish
Galvanized
Dimensions
Net weight
PEFYP80VMA(L)-E
kW
*1
Power consumption
PEFYP71VMA(L)-E
Voltage
*1
*2
PEFYP63VMA(L)-E
Height
mm
Width
mm
Depth
mm
*2
kg
250
900
1100
732
26(25)
Heat exchanger
32(31)
Cross fin(Aluminium fin and copper tube)
Fan
Type
Motor
Sirocco fan x
1
Airflow rate
(Low-Mid-High)
m3/min
External static
pressure
Pa
Output
kW
12.0-14.517.0
Sirocco fan x 2
13.5-16.019.0
14.5-18.0-21.0
35/50/70/100/150
0.085
0.121
Air filter
PP Honeycomb fabric (washable)
Refrigerant pipe
dimensions
Gas (Brazed connection)
mm[in.]
ø12.7[ø1/2]
ø15.88[ø5/8]
Liquid (Brazed
connection)
mm[in.]
ø6.35[ø1/4]
ø9.52[ø3/8]
Drain pipe dimensions
mm[in.]
Operating noise(Low-Mid-High)
Aux. duct
dB (A)
24-28-31
25-28-32
26-29-33
50Pa
25-29-32
25-29-33
26-29-34
70Pa
26-30-33
26-30-34
26-30-35
100Pa
27-31-34
27-31-35
29-33-37
2m
1.5m
2m
35Pa
O.D. 32[1-1/4]
150Pa
Measurement location 1
29-34-38
32-37-41
* Measured in anechoic room.
35Pa
28-31-35
29-32-35
30-33-37
50Pa
28-32-35
29-32-36
30-34-38
70Pa
29-33-37
30-33-38
31-36-39
100Pa
30-34-38
31-35-39
33-37-41
150Pa
32-37-41
33-38-41
36-41-44
Aux. duct
2m
1.5m
1m
Measurement location 2
* Measured in anechoic room.
*1 <Cooling> Indoor temperature: 27°CDB/19°CWB (81°FDB/66°FWB) Outdoor temperature: 35°CDB (95°FDB)
<Heating> Indoor temperature: 20°CDB (68°FWB) Outdoor temperature: 7°CDB/6°CWB (45°FDB/43°FWB)
*2 Figures in the parentheses indicate drainpump-less Model (L).
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Model
PEFYP100VMA(L)-E
Power supply
Cooling capacity
Heating capacity
V
1-phase 220-230-240
Frequency
Hz
50/60
kW
11.2
14.0
16.0
kW
12.5
16.0
18.0
Cooling
kW
0.24(0.22)
0.34(0.32)
0.36(0.34)
Heating
kW
0.22(0.22)
0.32(0.32)
0.34(0.34)
Cooling
A
1.47(1.36)
2.05(1.94)
2.21(2.10)
Heating
A
1.36(1.36)
1.94(1.94)
2.10(2.10)
*1
Power consumption
Current consumption
*2
External finish
Galvanized
Dimensions
Net weight
PEFYP140VMA(L)-E
Voltage
*1
*2
PEFYP125VMA(L)-E
Height
mm
Width
mm
Depth
mm
*2
250
1400
732
kg
Heat exchanger
1600
42(41)
46(45)
Cross fin(Aluminium fin and copper tube)
Fan
Type
Motor
Sirocco fan x 2
3
Airflow rate
(Low-Mid-High)
m /min
External static
pressure
Pa
35/50/70/100/150
Output
kW
0.244
Air filter
23.0-28.0-33.0
28.0-34.0-40.0
29.5-35.5-42.0
PP Honeycomb fabric (washable)
Refrigerant pipe
dimensions
Gas (Brazed connection)
mm[in.]
ø15.88[ø5/8]
Liquid (Brazed
connection)
mm[in.]
ø9.52[ø3/8]
mm[in.]
O.D. 32[1-1/4]
Drain pipe dimensions
Operating noise(Low-Mid-High)
Aux. duct
dB (A)
28-32-36
31-35-39
31-35-40
50Pa
28-33-37
32-36-40
33-37-42
70Pa
30-35-39
32-37-41
34-38-43
100Pa
31-36-40
33-39-42
35-39-44
150Pa
33-38-43
37-40-44
37-41-45
35Pa
31-36-40
35-40-44
36-41-45
50Pa
32-37-41
35-40-44
36-41-45
70Pa
33-38-42
37-41-45
38-42-46
100Pa
35-39-43
38-42-46
39-43-47
150Pa
37-42-45
39-44-47
40-45-48
2m
1.5m
2m
35Pa
Measurement location 1
* Measured in anechoic room.
Aux. duct
2m
1.5m
1m
Measurement location 2
* Measured in anechoic room.
*1 <Cooling> Indoor temperature: 27°CDB/19°CWB (81°FDB/66°FWB) Outdoor temperature: 35°CDB (95°FDB)
<Heating> Indoor temperature: 20°CDB (68°FWB) Outdoor temperature: 7°CDB/6°CWB (45°FDB/43°FWB)
*2 Figures in the parentheses indicate drainpump-less Model (L).
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[ III Specfications ]
2. Electrical component specifications
Component
Symbol
PEFYP20VMA(L)-E
Room temperature
thermistor
TH21
Liquid pipe thermistor
TH22
Resistance 0°C/15kΩ, 10°C/9.6kΩ, 20°C/6.3kΩ, 25°C/5.4kΩ, 30°C/4.3kΩ, 40°C/3.0kΩ
Gas pipe thermistor
TH23
Resistance 0°C/15kΩ, 10°C/9.6kΩ, 20°C/6.3kΩ, 25°C/5.4kΩ, 30°C/4.3kΩ, 40°C/3.0kΩ
Fuse
FUSE
250V 6.3A
PEFYP32VMA(L)-E
Resistance 0°C/15kΩ, 10°C/9.6kΩ, 20°C/6.3kΩ, 25°C/5.4kΩ, 30°C/4.3kΩ, 40°C/3.0kΩ
Fan motor
8-pole, Output 85W SIC-70CW-D885-1
Linear expansion valve
LEV
Power supply terminal
block
TB2
Transmission terminal
block
TB5
TB15
Drain float switch
PEFYP25VMA(L)-E
12VDC Stepping motor drive port diameter ø3.2 (0~2000 pulse)
(L, N,
) 250V 20A
(1, 2) 250V 15A, (M1, M2, S) 250V 20A
DS
Open/short detection
Initial contact resistance 500 mΩ or less
Component
Symbol
Room temperature
thermistor
TH21
Resistance 0°C/15kΩ, 10°C/9.6kΩ, 20°C/6.3kΩ, 25°C/5.4kΩ, 30°C/4.3kΩ, 40°C/3.0kΩ
Liquid pipe thermistor
TH22
Resistance 0°C/15kΩ, 10°C/9.6kΩ, 20°C/6.3kΩ, 25°C/5.4kΩ, 30°C/4.3kΩ, 40°C/3.0kΩ
Gas pipe thermistor
TH23
Resistance 0°C/15kΩ, 10°C/9.6kΩ, 20°C/6.3kΩ, 25°C/5.4kΩ, 30°C/4.3kΩ, 40°C/3.0kΩ
Fuse
FUSE
Fan motor
PEFYP40VMA(L)-E
PEFYP50VMA(L)-E
PEFYP63VMA(L)-E
PEFYP71VMA(L)-E
250V 6.3A
8-pole, Output 85W
SIC-70CW-D885-2
8-pole, Output 121W
SIC-70CW-D8121-1
Linear expansion valve
LEV
Power supply terminal
block
TB2
Transmission terminal
block
TB5
TB15
(1, 2) 250V 15A, (M1, M2, S) 250V 20A
DS
Open/short detection
Initial contact resistance 500 mΩ or less
Drain float switch
PEFYP80VMA(L)-E
12VDC Stepping motor drive port diameter ø3.2 (0~2000 pulse)
(L, N,
Component
Symbol
Room temperature
thermistor
TH21
Liquid pipe thermistor
TH22
Resistance 0°C/15kΩ, 10°C/9.6kΩ, 20°C/6.3kΩ, 25°C/5.4kΩ, 30°C/4.3kΩ, 40°C/3.0kΩ
Gas pipe thermistor
TH23
Resistance 0°C/15kΩ, 10°C/9.6kΩ, 20°C/6.3kΩ, 25°C/5.4kΩ, 30°C/4.3kΩ, 40°C/3.0kΩ
Fuse
FUSE
250V 6.3A
Fan motor
LEV
Power supply terminal
block
TB2
Transmission terminal
block
TB5
TB15
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PEFY-P125VMA(L)-E
PEFY-P140VMA(L)-E
Resistance 0°C/15kΩ, 10°C/9.6kΩ, 20°C/6.3kΩ, 25°C/5.4kΩ, 30°C/4.3kΩ, 40°C/3.0kΩ
8-pole, Output 244W SIC-101CW-D8244-1
Linear expansion valve
Drain float switch
PEFY-P100VMA(L)-E
) 250V 20A
DS
12VDC Stepping motor drive port diameter ø3.2 (0~2000 pulse)
(L, N,
) 250V 20A
(1, 2) 250V 15A, (M1, M2, S) 250V 20A
Open/short detection
Initial contact resistance 500 mΩ or less
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D (Duct)
100 x (E - 1) = F
20
58
2 Refrigerant piping
Brazing connection (liquid)
23
32
10
57
10
136
238
B
C
Model
A
PEFY-P20,25,32VMA-E 700 754 800
PEFY-P40, 50VMA-E
900 954 1000
PEFY-P63,71,80VMA-E 1100 1154 1200
PEFY-P100,125VMA-E 1400 1454 1500
PEFY-P140VMA-E
1600 1654 1700
2 x 2 - ø2.9
1 Refrigerant piping
Brazing connection (gas)
178 (Duct)
40
100
D
660
860
1060
1360
1560
67
356
E
7
9
11
14
16
Drain pump
F
600
800
1000
1300
1500
G
658
858
1058
1358
1558
H
800
1000
1200
1500
1700
41
J
44
54
49
54
54
Drain pipe (O.D.ø32)
(Spontaneous draining)
Drain pipe
(O.D.ø32)
732
700
643 (Suspension bolt pitch)
Air
inlet
B (Suspension bolt pitch)
C
A
K
150
260
330
320
370
11
18
K
112
L
300
N
780
990
1280
1480
M
4
4
5
5
P
10
10
10
12
12
Terminal block (Power source)
Terminal block (Transmission)
Control box
23
Air
outlet
100
100
30
73
122
33
Suspension bolt hole
4 - 14 x 30 Slot
6
2 x E - ø2.9
217
-8250
G
21
J
J
K x (M - 1) = N
L
K
P - ø2.9
HWE0812B
210
1
6
K
ø9.52
ø15.88
Liquid pipe
ø6.35
2
ø12.7
J
Air Filter
Gas pipe
P - ø2.9
112
0
-10
(Actual length)
65
K x (M - 1) = N
L
Drain hose (I.D.ø32)
<accessory>
Less than 300mm
K
J
11
112
Note
112
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[ IV Outlines and Dimensions ]
IV Outlines and Dimensions
[1] Outlines and Dimensions
1. PEFY-P20, 25, 32, 40, 50, 63, 71, 80, 100, 125, 140VMA-E
1 Use M10 suspension bolts. (not supplied)
2 Provide an access door for maintenance at the bottom.
3 The dimensions in the table are those of the PEFY-P63, 71, 80, 100, 125, 140VMA-E models, which have 2
fans. The PEFY-P20~50VMA-E model have 1 fans.
4 To connect an intake duct, uninstall the air filter on the unit, and install a locally procured air filter on the intake
duct on the intake side.
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Less than 700mm
40
D (Duct)
100 x (E - 1) = F
20
2 Refrigerant piping
Brazing connection (liquid)
23
24
Model
PEFY-P20,25,32VMAL-E
PEFY-P40, 50VMAL-E
PEFY-P63,71,80VMAL-E
PEFY-P100,125VMAL-E
PEFY-P140VMAL-E
A
700
900
1100
1400
1600
57
B
754
954
1154
1454
1654
32
10
136
C
800
1000
1200
1500
1700
10
D
660
860
1060
1360
1560
67
356
E
7
9
11
14
16
F
600
800
1000
1300
1500
732
700
G
658
858
1058
1358
1558
H
800
1000
1200
1500
1700
J
44
54
49
54
54
Drain pipe (O.D.ø32)
643 (Suspension bolt pitch)
Suspension bolt hole
4 - 14 x 30 Slot
Air
inlet
K
150
260
330
320
370
217
Air
outlet
2 x 2 - ø2.9
1 Refrigerant piping
Brazing connection (gas)
178 (Duct)
40
100
B (Suspension bolt pitch)
C
J
11
18
112
L
300
N
780
990
1280
1480
M
4
4
5
5
P
10
10
10
12
12
1
Terminal block (Power source)
Terminal block (Transmission)
Control box
23
K
K
P - ø2.9
2 x E - ø2.9
21
G
K x (M - 1) = N
L
J
6
100
100
30
73
122
33
A
250
-9-
P - ø2.9
112
ø9.52
ø15.88
Liquid pipe
J
ø6.35
2
6
Air Filter
ø12.7
Gas pipe
210
K
32
0
-10
(Actual length)
K x (M - 1) = N
L
Drain hose (I.D.ø32)
<accessory>
K
J
11
112
Note
112
HWE0812B
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[ IV Outlines and Dimensions ]
2. PEFY-P20, 25, 32, 40, 50, 63, 71, 80, 100, 125, 140VMAL-E
1 Use M10 suspension bolts. (not supplied)
2 Provide an access door for maintenance at the bottom.
3 The dimensions in the table are those of the PEFY-P63, 71, 80, 100, 125, 140VMAL-E models, which have
2 fans. The PEFY-P20~50VMAL-E model have 1 fans.
4 To connect an intake duct, uninstall the air filter on the unit, and install a locally procured air filter on the intake
duct on the intake side.
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[ IV Outlines and Dimensions ]
[2] Service Space
1. PEFY-P20, 25, 32, 40, 50, 63, 71, 80, 100, 125, 140VMA(L)-E
Secure enough access space to allow for the maintenance, inspection, and replacement of the motor, fan, drain pump, heat
exchanger, and electric box in one of the following ways.
Select an installation site for the indoor unit so that its maintenance access space will not be obstructed by beams or other
objects.
(1) When a space of 300 mm or more is available below the unit between the unit and the ceiling (Fig. 1)
• Create access door 1 and 2 (450 × 450 mm each) as shown in Fig. 2.
(Access door 2 is not required if enough space is available below the unit for a maintenance worker to work in.)
Fig. 5
777
Maintenance access space
Fig. 4
(Viewed from the direction of
the arrow B)
777
Access door 3
Bottom of indoor unit
Electric box
Access door 1
(450 × 450)
700
475
50
Fig. 2
450
Maintenance access space
100~200
Min. 300 mm
Maintenance access space
450
50~150
(Viewed from
the direction of
the arrow A)
Bottom of indoor unit
Electric box
Access door 1
(450 × 450)
Access door 2
(450 × 450)
R
450
Min. 10 mm
Ceiling beam
Min.10 mm
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Fig. 3
Access door 3
Supply air
Viewed from
the direction
of the arrow B
Ceiling
Intake air
Electric box
Fig. 1
Viewed from Ceiling
the direction
of the arrow A
Access door 2 (450 × 450)
Ceiling beam
Intake air
Min. 300 mm
Electric box
Min. 20 mm
Min. 300 mm
450
Supply air
S
Q
450
450
700
Q
475
50
100~200
Unit: mm
T
HWE0812B
(Viewed from the direction of
the arrow B)
Access door 4
50
Model
Electric box
700
Bottom of indoor unit
R
50~150
150~250
250~350
400~500
500~600
Q
Q
PEFY-P20,25,32VMA(L)-E 700
PEFY-P40,50VMA(L)-E
900
PEFY-P63,71,80VMA(L)-E 1100
PEFY-P100,125VMA(L)-E 1400
PEFY-P140VMA(L)-E
1600
50
Min. 300 mm
S
800
1000
1200
1500
1700
(mm)
T
1300
1500
1700
2000
2200
(2) When a space of less than 300 mm is available below the unit between the unit and the ceiling (At least 20 mm of space
should be left below the unit as shown in Fig. 3.)
• Create access door 1 diagonally below the electric box and access door 3 below the unit as shown in Fig. 4.
or
• Create access door 4 below the electric box and the unit as shown in Fig. 5.
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HWE0812B
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LEV
M
TH22
t°
1
2
3
4
5
6
t°
CN32
SW11
SW12
CN60
SWC
SW4
SW14
SW5 SWA
TH23
1
2
3
4
SWE
1
3
A
1
2
3
4
CN4F
1
2
(Red)
CN20
(Green)
CN52 CN51
CN90
(Blue)
CN3A
LED2
LED1
TH21
t°
CNXB2
CN41
1
2
3
4
5
FOR PEFY-P·VMA-E
FS REFER TO "A" FOR PEFY-P·VMAL-E
CN4F
1
2
3
4
ON
OFF
CN44
SW3
SW2
SW1
(Red)
CN27
CNXC2
1
2
(Blue)
CN2M
CN2A
(Black)
(Red)
CN105
1
2
3
4
(Blue)
CNXA2
2
1
I.B.
M
1~
Drainpump
X01
CNXC1
1 2
U
ZNR01
3
X10
(Blue)
CNXA1
1 2 3 4
F01
(Red)
5 CND
ONLY FOR PEFY-P·VMA-E
CNXB1
1 2 3 4 5
3
1
(Blue)
CNP
DSA
U
ZNR02
1
1
P.B.
Fan motor
MS
3~
CNMF
7 6 5 4
1
DC280-340V
Rectifier circuit
2
ACL
1
2
TB15
TB2
L
N
TB5
M2
M1
S (SHIELD)
1
2
INSIDE SECTION OF CONTROL BOX
POWER SUPPLY
AC220-240V
50,60Hz
BREAKER (16A)
FUSE (16A)
PULL BOX
TO NEXT INDOOR UNIT
TO OUTDOOR UNIT
BC CONTROLLER
REMOTE CONTROLLER
TO MA REMOTE
CONTROLLER
[ V Wiring Diagram ]
V Wiring Diagram
[1] Wiring Diagram
1. PEFY-P20, 25, 32, 40, 50, 63, 71, 80, 100, 125, 140VMA(L)-E
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[ V Wiring Diagram ]
Table.1 SYMBOL EXPLANATION
SYMBOL
NAME
SYMBOL
NAME
SYMBOL
NAME
Switch (for capacity code)
I.B.
Indoor controller board
CN32
Connector (Remote switch)
SW2
(I.B.)
P.B.
Power supply board
CN41
Connector (HA terminal-A)
SW3
(I.B.)
Switch (for mode selection)
TB2
Power source terminal block
CN51
Connector (Centrally control)
SW4
(I.B.)
Switch (for model selection)
TB5
Transmission terminal block
CN52
Connector (Remote indication)
SW5
(I.B.)
Switch (for mode selection)
TB15
Transmission terminal block
CN90
Connector (Wireless)
SWE
(I.B.)
Connector (emergency operation)
Fuse AC 250V 6.3A
CN105
Connector (IT terminal)
SW11
(I.B.)
Switch (1s digit address set)
ZNR01,
02
Varistor
CN2A
Connector (0-10V Analog input)
SW12
(I.B.)
Switch (10ths digit address
set)
DSA
Arrester
FS
Float switch
SW14
(I.B.)
Switch (BRANCH No.)
X01
Aux. relay
TH21
Thermistor (inlet air temp.detection)
SWA
(I.B.)
Switch (for static pressure selection)
X10
Aux. relay
TH22
Thermistor (piping temp.detection / liguid)
SWC
(I.B.)
Switch (for static pressure selection)
ACL
AC reactor (Power factor improvement)
TH23
Thermistor (piping temp. detection / gas)
Connector (Damper)
SW1
(I.B.)
Switch (for mode selection)
F01
CN27
Note
1 Wiring to TB2, TB5, and TB15 indicated by the double-dashed lines is on-site work.
2
HWE0812B
terminal block,
connector.
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[ VI Refrigerant System Diagram ]
VI Refrigerant System Diagram
[1] Refrigerant system diagram
(A)
(B)
(G)
(D)
(C)
(H)
(F)
(E)
(I)
(A)
Gas pipe thermistor TH23
(B)
Gas pipe
(C)
Liquid pipe
(D)
Brazed connections
(E)
Strainer (#100 mesh)
(F)
Linear expansion valve
(G)
Liquid pipe thermistor TH22
(H)
Heat exchanger
(I)
Room temperature thermistor TH21
(E)
Capacity
PEFYP20, 25, 32, 40, 50VMA(L)-E
PEFYP63, 71, 80, 100, 125, 140VMA(L)-E
Gas pipe
ø12.7 [1/2]
ø15.88 [5/8]
Liquid pipe
ø6.35 [1/4]
ø9.52 [3/8]
HWE0812B
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[ VII Troubleshooting ]
VII Troubleshooting
[1] Troubleshooting
1. Check methods
1. Component and check points
(1) Thermistor
ŒRoom temperature thermistor (TH21)
ŒLiquid pipe thermistor (TH22)
ŒGas pipe thermistor (TH23)
Disconnect the connector and measure the resistance between terminals with a tester.
(Ambient temperature 10°C - 30°C)
Normal
Abnormal
4.3kΩ - 9.6kΩ
Open or short
(Refer to the thermistor characteristic graph below.)
1) Thermistor characteristic graph
Low-temperature thermistor
ŒRoom temperature thermistor (TH21)
ŒLiquid pipe thermistor (TH22)
ŒGas pipe thermistor (TH23)
ŒDrain sensor (DS)
50
ŒThermistor R0 = 15 kΩ 3%
ŒMultiplier of B = 3480 kΩ 2%
0°C
10°C
20°C
25°C
30°C
40°C
1
273+t
1 )}
273
30
(B)
Rt = 15 exp { 3480(
40
15kΩ
9.6kΩ
6.3kΩ
5.2kΩ
4.3kΩ
3.0kΩ
20
(A) Temperature
(°C)
(B) Resistance
(kΩ)
10
0
-20
-10
0
10
20
30
40
50
(A)
(2) Fan motor (CNMF)
Refer to the page on "DC fan motor (fan motor/indoor control board)."
(3) Linear expansion valve
Disconnect the connector, and measure the resistance between terminals with a tester.
Refer to the next page for details.
(F)
(E)
(D)
M
(C)
(B)
LEV
(A)
Normal
CN60
1
2
3
4
5
6
1-5
White-Red
3-5
Orange-Red
4-6
Blue-Brown
Open or short
200 kΩ 10%
(A)
Brown
(D)
Orange
(B)
Red
(E)
Yellow
(C)
Blue
(F)
White
HWE0812B
2-6
Yellow-Brown
Abnormal
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[ VII Troubleshooting ]
1) Summary of linear expansion valve (LEV) operation
ŒThe LEV is operated by a stepping motor, which operates by receiving a pulse signal from the indoor control board.
ŒThe LEV position changes in response to the pulse signal.
Indoor control board and LEV connection
(G)
12VDC
(A)
6
(C)
(B)
5
(A)
(C)
4
(E)
(D)
3
(E)
2
(F)
1
(J)
4
M
6
5
2
1
(F) (B) (D)
3
(I)
(H)
(A)
Brown
(F)
White
(B)
Red
(G)
Control board
(C)
Blue
(H)
Connection (CN60)
(D)
Orange
(I)
Drive circuit
(E)
Yellow
(J)
Linear expansion valve
Pulse signal output and valve operation
Phase
number
Output pulse
1
2
ø1
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ø2
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ø3
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ø4
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
3
4
The output pulse changes in the following order:
When the valve closes 1 -> 2 -> 3 -> 4 -> 1
When the valve opens 4 -> 3 -> 2 -> 1 -> 4
ŒWhen the valve position remains the same, all output signals will be OFF.
ŒIf any output signal is missing or if the signal remains ON, the motor vibrates and makes clicking noise.
HWE0812B
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[ VII Troubleshooting ]
2) LEV operation
(f)
(a)
(a)
Close
(b)
Open
(c)
Fully open valve (2000 pulses)
(d)
No. of pulses
(e)
Extra tightning (80 - 100 pulse)
(f)
Valve opening degree
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
ŒWhen the power is turned on, a pulse signal of 2200 pulses is output (valve closure signal), to bring the valve to position A.
ŒWhen the valve is operating normally, it is free of vibration noise. If the valve locks or when it goes from point E to A in the
figure, it makes louder noise than would be heard when there is an open phase.
ŒCheck for abnormal sound/vibration by placing the metal tip of a screwdriver against the valve and the handle side against
your ear.
3) Troubleshooting
Symptom
Checking Criteria
Remedy
Circuit failure on
Disconnect the connectors on the control board, and connect LEDs to test the cirthe microcomputer cuit as shown below.
6
5
Replace the indoor control
board if driving
circuit failure is
detected.
4
3
2
1
1k
LED
Pulse signals are output for 10 seconds when the main power is turned on. If there
are LEDs that do not light up at all or remain lit after the pulses are turned off, there
is a problem with the driving circuit.
Locked LEV
The motor will idle and make small clicking noise if it is run while the LEV is locked.
If this clicking noise is heard both when the valve is fully closed and while it is being
opened, it indicates a problem.
Replace the LEV.
Disconnected or
shorted LEV motor
coils
easure the resistance between the coils with a tester (red-white, red-orange,
brown-yellow, brown-blue). The normal range of resistance is 150 Ω 10%
Replace the LEV.
HWE0812B
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[ VII Troubleshooting ]
Symptom
Checking Criteria
Remedy
Valve closure failure (leaky valve)
To check the LEV on the indoor unit, check the indoor unit liquid pipe temperature
that appears on the operation monitor on the outdoor unit's multi control board while
operating the indoor unit in question in the FAN mode and the other indoor units in
the cooling mode.
Replace the LEV
if the amount of
leakage is great.
(A)
Termistor (TH21)
(A)
LEV
Normally, the LEV is fully closed while the unit is in the FAN mode. If the valve is
leaky, liquid pipe thermistor reading will be lower than normal. If it is significantly
lower than the inlet temperature on the remote controller, valve closure failure is
suspected. If the amount of leakage is insignificant, replacement of LEV is unnecessary unless it is causing a problem.
Misconnections of Perform a visual check for disconnected connectors.
connectors or con- Perform a visual check of lead wire color.
tact failure
Disconnect the
connectors on
the control board
and perform a
continuity test.
(4) Drain-up mechanism
Measure the resistance between the terminals with a tester.
(coil temperature 20°C)
1
3
Normal
Abnormal
340 Ω
Open or short
(5) Drain float switch (CN4F)
Disconnect the connector, and measure the resistance between terminals with a tester.
(A)
1
2
3
4
(B)
(C)
(A)
Moving part
(B)
Switch
(C)
Magnet
(A)
HWE0812B
Position of the moving part
Normal
Abnormal
Up
Short
(any position but short)
Down
Open
(any position but open)
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[ VII Troubleshooting ]
2. DC fan motor (fan motor/indoor control board)
1. CAUTION
ŒA high voltage is applied to the connector for connection to the fan motor (CNMF).
ŒDo not unplug the connector CNMF with the unit energized to avoid damage to the indoor control board and fan motor.
2. Troubleshooting
ŒSymptom: Indoor unit fan does not run.
Check fan motor connector contact
(CNMF).
Is the fan motor connector
(CNMF) fully inserted?
No
Fix the connection.
Yes
Check the power supply.
Measure the voltage at the indoor control board.
310 - 340VDC (same with the voltage between fan connector 1 (+) and 4(-))
Power supply voltage
VDC
15VDC (same with the voltage between fan connector 5 (+) and 4(-))
1 - 6.5VDC (same with the voltage between fan connector 6 (+) and 4(-))
[Values for Vsp are the values that are measured with the fan motor in operation.
Vsp is 0V when the fan motor is stopped.]
Is the voltage within the
normal range?
No
Replace the indoor control board.
Yes
Check the fan motor position thermistor signal.
Get the motor to make a full rotation or more, and measure the voltage at the test point
VFG.
(same with the voltage between fan connector 7 (+) and 4(-))
Are 0VDC and 15VDC
displayed alternately?
No
Replace the motor.
Yes
Replace the indoor control board.
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[ VII Troubleshooting ]
3. Address switch setting
Make sure that power to the unit is turned off.
(A)
(B)
ON
OFF
(A)
Indoor unit control board
(B)
Factory setting
SW4
Please see the WIRING LABEL on the control box.
1. When using an ME remote controller, set the address with the rotary switches (SW11, SW12).
ŒAddress setting is not required when the unit remote controller is used.
On-site address setting is required for the indoor units to run.
2. Address settings vary in different systems.
Refer to the section on address setting in the outdoor unit installation manual.
3. Address is set with a combination of SW12 (10's digit) and SW11 (1's digit).
To set the address to "3," set SW12 to "0" and SW11 to "3."
To set the address to "25," set SW 12 to "2" and SW 11 to "5."
HWE0812B
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[ VII Troubleshooting ]
4. Voltage test points on the control board
1. PEFY-P20, 25, 32, 40, 50, 63, 71, 80, 100, 125, 140VMA(L)-E
CN2M
CN41
CN3A
CN51
CN52
CN20
F01
Fuse(AC 250V 6.3A)
CND
Power supply voltage (220 240VAC)
CN2M
For M-NET transmission cable
connection (24 - 30VDC)
SWE
Emergency operation
SW2
Capacity setting
SW4
Function setting
SW3
Function setting
CN32
Remote start/stop adapter
CN3A
For MA remote controller cable
connection
(10 - 13 VDC (Between 1 and 3.))
CN52
Remote display
CN51
Centralized control
CN41
JAMA standard HA terminal A
CN44
Thermistor (liquid/gas temperature)
CN4F
Float thermistor
CN20
Thermistor (Inlet temperature)
CN4F
CN44
SW2
SWE
SW4
CN32
SW3
Indoor controller board
CNMF Fan motor output
1 - 4: 310 - 340 VDC
5 - 4: 15 VDC
6 - 4: 0 - 6.5 VDC
7 - 4: Stop 0 or 15 VDC
Run 7.5 VDC
(0 - 15 pulse)
F01
CND
CNP
Drain-up mechanism output
(200VAC)
(*1)
VFG Voltage on the (-) side of PC51
and C25
(Same with the voltage between 7
(+) and 4 (-) of CNMF)
VCC Voltage between the C25 pins
15 VDC
(Same with the voltage between 5
(+) and 4 (-) of CNMF)
CNP
C25(*1)
Vsp Voltage between the C53 pins
0VDC (with the fan stopped)
1 - 6.5VDC (with the fan in operation)
(Same with the voltage between 6
(+) and 4 (-) of CNMF)
CNMF
PC51(*1) C53(*1)
Power supply board
HWE0812B
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[ VII Troubleshooting ]
5. Dipswitch setting (Factory setting)
1. Function setting
(1) SW1
Switch position
Function
Switch setting
ON
OFF
1
Active Thermistor (Intake air
thermistor)
Built-in thermistor on the remote
controller
Indoor unit
2
Filter clogging detection
Available
Unavailable
3
Filter life
2500 hr
100 hr
4
Outdoor air intake
Enabled
Disabled
5
Remote display
Thermo-ON signal
Fan output
6
Humidifier operation
During heating mode
During heating operation
7
Fan speed
Low
Very low
8
Fan speed at heating Thermo-OFF Preset fan speed
Follows the setting of SW1-7
9
Auto restart after power failure
Enabled
Disabled
10
Power start/stop
Enabled
Disabled
1) Adress board
Factory setting
(2) SW3
Switch position
Function
Switch setting
ON
1
Unit type
Cooling only
OFF
Heat pump
2
-
-
-
3
-
-
-
4
-
-
-
5
-
-
-
6
-
-
-
7
-
-
-
8
Heating 4-deg up
9
-
-
-
10
-
-
-
Disabled
Enabled
1) Indoor control board
Dipswitch settings must be made while the unit is stopped.
Factory setting
PEFY-P20VMA(L)-E
HWE0812B
PEFY-P25, 40, 63, 71, 80, 100, 125, 140VMA(L)-E
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[ VII Troubleshooting ]
2. Capacity code setting
(1) SW2
1) Indoor control board
Dipswitch settings must be made while the unit is stopped.
Factory setting
The switches are set to correspond to the unit capacity.
PEFY-P20VMA(L)-E
PEFY-P25VMA(L)-E
PEFY-P32VMA(L)-E
PEFY-P40VMA(L)-E
PEFY-P50VMA(L)-E
PEFY-P63VMA(L)-E
PEFY-P71VMA(L)-E
PEFY-P80VMA(L)-E
PEFY-P100VMA(L)-E
PEFY-P125VMA(L)-E
PEFY-P140VMA(L)-E
3. Model setting
(1) SW4
1) Indoor control board
Dipswitch settings must be made while the unit is stopped.
Factory setting
Please see the WIRING LABEL on the control box.
Note:
Changes made to the dipswitches SW1, SW2, and SW3 will become effective when the unit comes to a stop (remote controller
off). There is no need to power cycle the unit.
4. Power voltage setting
(1) SW5
1) Indoor control board
Dipswitch settings must be operated with the main power turned OFF.
Factory setting
Please see the WIRING LABEL on the control box.
Set SW5 to 240V side when the power supply is 240 volts.
When the power supply is 220 and 230 volts, set SW5 to 220V side.
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5. External static pressure
(1) SWA, SWC
1) Indoor control board
All models
35Pa
50Pa
3
3
2
2
1
1
1
SWA SWC SWA
2
70Pa
3
2
1
1
SWC SWA
2
100Pa
3
2
1
1
SWC SWA
2
150Pa
3
2
1
1
SWC SWA
2
2
1
Factory
setting
3
2
1
SWA
2
1
SWC
SWC
Note:
Changes that are made to the dipswitches SWA and SWC immediately become effective regardless of the unit's operation
status (RUN/STOP) or the remote controller status (ON/OFF).
6. 1s and 10ths digits
(1) SW11, SW12 (Rotary switch)
The use of a network remote controller (PAR-F27MEA) requires address setting.
1) Indoor control board
Address settings must be made while the unit is stopped.
Factory setting
7. Connection No. setting
(1) SW14 (Rotary switch)
This switch is used when the unit connected to an R2 series of outdoor unit.
1) Indoor control board
Factory setting
Note:
Changes to the dipswitches SW11, SW12, SW14, and SW15 must be made while the unit is stopped and the remote controller
is OFF.
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VIII Disassembly Procedure
[1] Disassembly Procedure
1. Control box
Exercise caution when removing heavy parts.
1. Removing the control box cover
(1) Remove the three fixing screws on the cover (A) to remove it.
(A)
Fig.1
Fig.2
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2. Thermistor (Intake air)
Exercise caution when removing heavy parts.
1. Remove the control box cover according to the procedure
in section [1].
2. Remove the thermistor.
(1) Pull out the thermistor holder (B) and thermistor (C) on
the control box.
(B), (C)
Fig.3
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3. Drainpan
Exercise caution when removing heavy parts.
1. Removing the filter and the bottom plate
(1) Push down the tab on the filter, and pull out the filter in
the direction of the arrow 1.
(2) Remove the fixing screws on the bottom plate (D), (E) to
remove it.
(D)
(E)
Fig.4
2. Removing the drainpan
(1) Pull out the drain pan in the direction of the arrow 2.
Fig.5
Note
ŒDrain the water out of the drain pan before removing
it.
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4. Thermistor (Gas pipe) (Liquid pipe)
Exercise caution when removing heavy parts.
1. Remove the drain pan according to the procedure in section [1].
2. Removing the Heat exchanger cover
(1) Remove the four fixing screws on the heat exchanger cover (F) to remove it.
HEX
(F)
Fig.6
3. Removing the thermistor
(1) Remove the thermistor (G) from the thermistor holder (H)
on the copper tube.
Thermistor size
Liquid pipe: ø8mm
Gas pipe: ø6mm
(G), (H)
Fig.7
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5. Fan and fan motor
Exercise caution when removing heavy parts.
1. Removing the filter and the bottom plate
(1) Push down the tab on the filter, and pull out the filter in the
direction of the arrow 1.
(2) Remove the fixing screws on the bottom plate (J) to remove it.
(J)
Fig.8
(a)
Tab
2. Removing the fan casing (bottom half)
(1) Squeeze the tabs on the fan casing to remove it in the direction of arrow 2.
(a)
Fig.9
3.
(1)
4.
(1)
Removing the motor cable
Remove the motor cable threw the rubber bush.
Removing the fan motor and the Sirocco fan
Remove the two motor fixing screws to remove the motor
and the Sirocco fan in the direction of arrow 3.
Fig.10
(2) Remove the four fan case fixing screws to take the top
half of the fan casing off.
Fig.11
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6. Heat exchanger
Exercise caution when removing heavy parts.
1. Remove the drain pan according to the procedure in section
[1].
2. Remove the heat exchanger cover according to the procedure in section [4] 2.
3. Removing the cover
(1) Remove the five fixing screws on the cover (K) to remove it.
(K)
Fig.12
(K)
Pipe support plate
4. Removing the Heat exchanger
(1) Remove the fixing screws on the heat exchanger (M) to remove it.
(M)
Fig.13
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HWE0812B
New publication effective Sep. 2012
Specifications subject to change without notice