PTAC Type
(60Hz/R410A)
6RWU0-03B
PTAC
Introduction
Part 1 General information
1. Model line up ....................................................................................12
2. Nomenclature ...................................................................................13
3. Appearance.......................................................................................14
4. List of functions ...............................................................................15
5. Features ............................................................................................16
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Part 2 Product data
1 YA chassis ........................................................................................22
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
Features........................................................................................................22
List of functions.............................................................................................23
Specifications................................................................................................24
Dimensions ...................................................................................................30
Piping diagrams ............................................................................................31
Wiring diagrams............................................................................................33
Capacity tables .............................................................................................35
Electrical characteristics ...............................................................................43
Operation range............................................................................................44
2 Control Devices...............................................................................45
2.1 Electronic Controls........................................................................................45
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Part 3 Design and installation
1 General installation procedure........................................................51
2 Installation of unit.............................................................................52
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
4
Safety precautions .........................................................................................52
Points of explanation about operations .........................................................55
Selecting installation site for the unit .............................................................55
Installation of unit...........................................................................................56
Wall sleeve installation ..................................................................................58
PTAC
Part 4 Accessories
1 Controller accessories ....................................................................65
1.1 Hard Wire kit .................................................................................................65
1.2 Wired Wall Thermostat Connection Kit .........................................................67
2 Mechanical accessories ..................................................................68
2.1 Control Panel Key Lock ................................................................................68
2.2 Outer Grille ....................................................................................................69
2.3 Condensate Drain Kit ....................................................................................71
2.4 Leveling Legs ................................................................................................73
2.5 Sub Base ......................................................................................................74
2.6 Lateral Duct Accessory System ...................................................................76
2.7 Replacement Filter - 10 Pack ........................................................................79
2.8 Wall Sleeve ...................................................................................................79
2.9 Remote Escutcheon Kit – 10 pack ................................................................80
2.10 Vent Filter ....................................................................................................81
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Test condition of International Standards
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Test condition of International Standards
KSC
9306
ISO
5151
ARI
210/240
AHAM
AS
1861.1
SSA
385
DB°C(°F)
27.0
27.0
26.7(80)
26.7(80)
27.0
29.0
WB°C(°F)
19.5
19.0
19.4(67)
19.4(67)
19.0
19.0
DB°C(°F)
35.0
35.0
35.0(95)
35.0(95)
35.0
46.0
WB°C(°F)
24.0
24.0
23.9(75)
23.9(75)
24.0
24.0
DB°C(°F)
20.0
20.0
21.1(70)
21.1(70)
21.0
21.0
WB°C(°F)
15.0
15.0
15.6(60)
15.6(60)
15.0
15.5
DB°C(°F)
7.0
7.0
8.3(47)
8.3(47)
7.0
7.0
WB°C(°F)
6.0
6.0
6.1(43)
6.1(43)
6.0
6.0
DB°C(°F)
32.0
32.0
26.7(80)
32.2(90)
32.0
29.0
WB°C(°F)
23.0
23.0
19.4(67)
22.8(73)
23.0
19.0
DB°C(°F)
43.0
43.0
46.1(115)
43.3(110)
43.0
54.0
WB°C(°F)
26.0
26.0
23.9(75)
25.6(78)
26.0
24.0
DB°C(°F)
27.0
27.0
26.7(80)
26.7(80)
-
-
WB°C(°F)
19.0
19.0
19.4(67)
22.8(73)
-
-
DB°C(°F)
21.0
24.0
23.9(75)
23.9(75)
-
-
WB°C(°F)
15.0
18.0
18.3(65)
18.3(65)
-
-
DB°C(°F)
27.0
27.0
26.7(80)
26.7(80)
27.0
27.0
WB°C(°F)
24.0
24.0
23.9(75)
23.9(75)
24.0
24.0
DB°C(°F)
27.0
27.0
26.7(80)
26.7(80)
27.0
27.0
WB°C(°F)
24.0
24.0
23.9(75)
23.9(75)
24.0
24.0
DB°C(°F)
21.0
21.0
19.4(67)
21.1(70)
21.0
21.0
WB°C(°F)
15.0
15.0
13.9(57)
15.6(60)
16.0
16.0
DB°C(°F)
21.0
21.0
19.4(67)
21.1(70)
21.0
21.0
WB°C(°F)
15.0
15.0
13.9(57)
15.6(60)
16.0
16.0
CLASSIFICATION
Indoor
Cooling
Capacity
Outdoor
Indoor
Heating
Capacity
Maximum
Outdoor
Indoor
Cooling
Operating
Outdoor
Maximum
Indoor
Heating
Operating
Enclosure
Outdoor
Indoor
Sweat /
Condensate
Outdoor
Disposal
Freeze-up/
Indoor
Low
Temperature Outdoor
KS : Korea Standard
ISO : International Standard Organization
ARI : Airconditioning and Refrigeration Institute
AHAM : Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers
AS : Australia Standard
SSA : Saudi Arabian Standard
In the table above, temperatures are expressed in Fahrenheit(°F) within parentheses only for ARI and AHAM standards.
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General information
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Introduction
Introduction
Preface
Packaged Terminal Air-Conditioners(PTAC) of LG is the best choice a customer can avail when it comes to a quiet environment. Ultra quiet operation is the hallmark of these Air-Conditioners of LG. This range of units is suitable for Hotels and
Healthcare applications. These units have extremely low noise levels and outstanding sound prevention ratings. Moreover,
these units have higher Energy ratings which results in excellent energy savings.
These units are also provided with unique features to provide better usability and easy installation for the user.
The capacity of these PTAC models ranges from 7,000 Btu/h to 15,000 Btu/h.
Some of the important features of this unit are as follows:Long term money saving: By providing features such as Gold Fin etc... to maintain the same performance throughout the life
of the Air-Conditioner.
Comfort : With features such as Wall Thermostat temperature control, Auto Restart, etc…, which gives ultimate comfort to
our customer.
These units are equipped with many standard and optional features for our customers. For details, please refer to the
detailed specification following this description.
LG Electronics Inc.
Air Conditioning & Energy Solution Company
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Introduction
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Publication History
Pub. No.
Frequency Category
Product name
Refrigerant
Notes
Published in
6RWU0 - 01A
60Hz
RAC
PTAC
R410A
New Edition of PDB
Apr.2010
6RWU0 - 01B
60Hz
RAC
PTAC
R410A
Spec sheet update
June.2010
6RWU0 – 01C
60Hz
RAC
PTAC
R410A
Spec sheet update
August. 2010
6RWU0 – 01D
60Hz
RAC
PTAC
R410A
Add Operation range
Dec. 2010
6RWU0 – 02A
60Hz
RAC
PTAC
R410A
2011 New line-up update
Apr. 2011
6RWU0 – 02B
60Hz
RAC
PTAC
R410A
Modified Capacity Table
Apr. 2012
6RWU0 – 02C
60Hz
RAC
PTAC
R410A
Spec Sheet Update
Apr. 2012
6RWU0-03A
60Hz
RAC
PTAC
R410A
2013 Model Line Up
Mar, 2013
6RWU0-03B
60Hz
RAC
PTAC
R410A
Update additional accessories
Jun,2014
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Introduction
Step by step air conditioner selection process (reference)
(1)
Calculate or obtain the maximum heat load for the area to be air conditioned.
Specifications
(2)
Model features and functions
Air-flow and temperature distribution
Selection of the control system
Remote Wall Thermostat Control
(3)
Front Desk Control
CAUTION
1. Air conditioners should not be installed in areas where corrosive gases such as acid gas or
alkaline gas are present.
Note :
Here in this PDB, the temperature units are generally expressed in Fahrenheit (°F) but for specific regions
please conform to local standards whenever necessary.
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General information
Part 1 General information
1. Model line up .......................................................................................12
2. Nomenclature ......................................................................................13
3. Appearance ..........................................................................................14
4. List of functions ..................................................................................15
5. Features ...............................................................................................16
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Model line up
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1. Model line up
Model names
Capacity, kW(kBtu/h)
Chassis
2.05(7)
YA
12
UYC073ALE21(LP073CD2B)
UYH073ALE21(LP073HD2B)
2.64(9)
UYC093ALE31(LP093CD3B)
UYH093ALE31(LP093HD3B)
UYC09EALE31(LP096CD3B)
UYH09EALE31(LP096HD3B)
PTAC
3.52(12)
UYC123ALE31(LP123CD3B)
UYH123ALE31(LP123HD3B)
UYC12EALE31(LP126CD3B)
UYH12EALE31(LP126HD3B)
4.4(15)
UYC153ALE31(LP153CD3B)
UYH153ALE31(LP153HD3B)
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Nomenclature
2. Nomenclature
Global standard
[New version]
U Y
C
0
7
3
A
L
E
2
1
Model Development serial number.
Heater Capacity:
0kW: No Heater 2kW: 2.0 ~ 2.9
1kW: 1.0 ~ 1.9
3kW: 3.0 ~ 3.9
Function.
A: Cooling Standard
B: Cooling + Corrosion Protection
C: Cooling + Condensate Pump
E: Electronic
4kW : 4.0 ~ 4.9
5kW : 5.0 ~ 5.9
H: Heat Pump Standard
J: Heat Pump + Corrosion Protection
K: Heat Pump + Condensate Pump
Look.
L: LG
Chassis : A – YA chassis.
Power Rating:
1: 115V, 60Hz
2: 220V, 60Hz
3: 208-230V, 60Hz
5: 200-220V, 50Hz
6: 220-240V, 50Hz
7: 110V, 50-60Hz
8: 380-415V, 50Hz
9: 380-415V, 60Hz
E: 265V, 60Hz
Cooling/Heating Capacity.
Ex) 07 -> 7,000 Btu/h Class
Model Type:
C: Cooling + Electric Heater or Cooling only.
H: Heat pump + Electric Heater or Heat Pump only.
W: Window Air Conditioner
Y: Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner
X: Through the Wall Air Conditioner
E: Casement Air Conditioner
U: SPVU Air Conditioner
L: Console Air Conditioner
Q: Low Profile Air Conditioner
Production Center, Refrigerant
L: Changwon R22
N: India
A: Changwon R410A
Z: Brazil
C: Changwon R407C
D: Indonesia
T: China
M: Mexico
K: Turkey R22
V: Vietnam
E: Turkey R410A
S: Outsourcing
H: Thailand
U: China R410A
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Appearance
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3. Appearance
Chassis
Unit
Models
UYC073ALE21(LP073CD2B)
UYH073ALE21(LP073HD2B)
UYC093ALE31(LP093CD3B)
UYH093ALE31(LP093HD3B)
UYC09EALE31(LP096CD3B)
UYH09EALE31(LP096HD3B)
UYC123ALE31(LP123CD3B)
UYH123ALE31(LP123HD3B)
UYC12EALE31(LP126CD3B)
UYH12EALE31(LP126HD3B)
UYC153ALE31(LP153CD3B)
UYH153ALE31(LP153HD3B)
YA
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List of functions
4. List of functions
Category
Function
PTAC Type
Cooling only Models
PTAC Type
Heat Pump Models
Top discharge
Manual
2/2/2
2 way
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Top discharge
Manual
2/2/2
2 way
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Air discharge type
Airflow direction control (up & down)
Airflow direction control (left & right)
Air flow
Auto swing
Airflow steps (fan/cool/heat)
Airflow Direction
Deodorizing filter
Air purifying Plasma air filter
Air filter (washable / anti-fungus)
Installation Electric heater (operation)
Reliability Hot start
Auto restart operation
Micom control
Convenience Air ventilation
Forced operation
Sleep mode
Timer
Individual Wired remote control
control
Wireless remote control
Energy save mode
Others
Thermistor
O : applied
- : not applied
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Features
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5. Features
The following features can be found in PTAC (Packaged Terminal Air-Conditioners) :n 2 -Way Air Flow Direction
n Indoor Fan Speed Setting
n Washable Filters
n Two Fan Motors
n Low Noise at High Air Volume
n LED Diagnostics and Self Diagnostics
n High Efficiency Compressor
n Indoor Room Freeze Protection
n Energy Saver Mode
n Compressor Overload Protection
n Timer
n Outdoor Air Temperature Switchover
n Electric Heater
n Temperature Limits
n Defrost Control
n Condensate Drain Valve
n Air Ventilation
n Quick Heater Recovery
n Energy saving Anti-corrosion treated Fins
n Reverse Cycle Defrosting (PTHP’s only)
n Infinite Impulse Response(IIR)
n High Temperature Heat Pump Operation Protection
n Compressor Restart Delay
n Remote Thermostat Control
n Fan Only Setting
n Slinger Technology
2 -Way Air Flow Direction
40°
15°
Air Flow can be adjusted by changing the direction of the air conditioner’s louvers at an angle of 15-40° off vertical to attain the
desired level of comfort and convenience. This can also increase the cooling efficiency of the air conditioner.
In order to attain maximum cooling efficiency, adjust the louvers so that they face upwards.
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Features
Washable Filters
The Unit uses two filters on the indoor side which can be slide easily. These filters can be taken out without removing the
Front Grille and then cleaned by washing or brushing.
The filters should be checked and cleaned every two(2) weeks or as necessary to maintain the optimal performance of the
air conditioner depending upon the region and purpose of application.
Low Noise at High Air Volume
New Blowers and Fans which are bigger and stronger than earlier ones operate at low rpm’s and have higher efficiency.
High Efficiency Compressor
LG Rotary compressors have low noise, low vibration and higher efficiency and
reliability.
Energy save mode
This feature employs a programmable logic which enables the unit to minimize power consumption. When the switch is activated in the “on” position, the Indoor fan turns off as soon as the compressor stops running. And in the “off” mode, the
indoor fan runs continuously even if the compressor stops running.
Timer
By this feature we can set the operating time of the air conditioner from one(1) hour up to a time of 12 hours. In the “Off”
mode, the Air Conditioner stops operating after the set time, while in the “On” mode, the Air Conditioner timer can be set so
that the unit starts operating at the desired time.
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Electric Heater
Electric heaters are used in cold regions when instant heating is
required in the room.
In such cases, electric heaters are preferred over heat pump models which
sometimes require long times to achieve the desired heating effect.
Electric Heater are of two types – Coil Heater and PTC Heater
With different heater capacity according to models.
Type/Capacity
PTC Heater
Coil Heater
2.5kW
7K
7K
3kW
9K 12K 15K
9K 12K 15K
Fig : Coil Heater
5kW
15K
Defrost Control
Fig : PTC Heater
When the unit starts operating in the heating mode outdoor unit
start freezing, to protect from freezing, Defrost Control is used.
Defrost operation take place when pipe temperature reaches
-1℃(30℉), △T(OD air temp – OD pipe temp)≥12 ℃ (54℉).
Defrost condition operates minimum 3minutes and maximum 9minutes for complete one cycle.
Air Ventilation
Air ventilation is carried out by means of a ventilation lever from
time to time to induct fresh air into the room. For the air conditioner to maintain the best cooling conditions, the lever must be
in the closed position. And when the ventilation lever is set in
the open position, the damper opens and the room air is
exhausted while at the same time fresh air from outside enters
the room.
VENT
CLOSE
VENT
OPEN
Air flow during vent door open condition for different capacity as follows
Model
7K
9K
12K
15K
Air Flow
m3/min (CFM)
High
6.9 (246)
8.4 (298)
12.7 (448)
13.1 (462)
Low
6.0 (214)
6.6 (235)
11.3 (402)
11.3 (402)
Energy saving Gold Fin
Heat exchangers are coated with anti-corrosive and Hydrophilic layers. It prevents the corrosion of heat exchanger.
Fins remain new for a long time and the efficiency of the heat exchanger remains constant thereby saving power and
maintenance cost.
Salt Spray Test Result : After 360 hours
[ Test Standard: ASTM B-117, KS D 9502 ]
Uncoated
Aluminum
Anti Corrosion Gold Fin
Hydrophilic
layer
Anticorrosion
layer
Pitting Corrosion
Aluminum
[ Aluminum]
10 mm
10 mm
Anti Corrosion Gold Fin
• Pitting corrosion
on the surface
Gold Fin Anti-Corrosive Treatment:
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Infinite Impulse Response (IIR)
The IIR function senses the temperature several times per second and make micro adjustments accordingly.
Compressor Restart Delay
This feature extends the overall life of the compressor by preventing the short cycling of the air-conditioner. When the compressor restarts, LG PTAC is designed to give it a minimum of three minutes to have a time of equalizing the refrigerant
pressures for optimizing the cycle.
Fan Only Setting
When the Fan only setting is made, only the fan on the indoor side operates while the compressor stops operating and the
unit ceases to run in the Cooling or the Heating mode.
Indoor Fan Speed Setting
The Indoor fan can run at HIGH or LOW speed for either COOLING or HEATING operation.
Two Fan Motors
The air conditioning unit has dual BLDC motor, one is for indoor fan and other one for outdoor fan for providing a quiet operation and maximum efficiency.
LED Diagnostics and Self Diagnostics
LED Diagnostics feature indicates the problem by its easy to read diagnostics, when the unit does not operate properly. For
example, one blink every 2 seconds indicates compressor failure.
While Self Diagnostics feature is used in micom models and it indicates the problem by displaying a set of error codes.
Indoor Room Freeze Protection
When the unit senses the room temperature to be less than 40˚ F, the unit activates the fan motor and either the electric
resistance heater or the hydronic heater, to prevent the pipes or fixtures from freezing. This also overrides the front desk
control of the unit mounted controls or the wall mounted controls.
Compressor Overload Protection
This feature prevents damage of the compressor by sensing the indoor coil temperature during the heating mode. If the
indoor coil temperature is over 54℃(130℉), the outdoor fan is switched off and it operates again only when the temperature
drops below 49℃(120℉).
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Outdoor Air Temperature Switchover
For Heat pump models during the heating mode, if outdoor temp below 33℉(0.6 ℃), the Comp. is OFF and Heating Mode
is operated by Heater. If outdoor temp reaches 38 ℉(3.3 ℃) Comp. and Heater on/off controlling based on the indoor temp.
However, during normal Heating mode restoration, if in the state of ON, the Heater will continue to operate until desired
temp + 0.5 ℉ and above is reached before being turned OFF. If the Heater is at off state, it remained OFF until Comp. on
condition (desired temp -1.5 ℉ and below) is reached.
Temperature Limits
The unit is programmed to provide both heating and cooling temperature limits by dip switches on the control panel. The
limits are from 54 °F ~ 86 °F (12.2 °C ~ 30 °C). These temperature limits help to prevent overheating and overcooling thereby reducing the energy costs.
Condensate Drain Valve
The most widely used method of disposing of heat pump condensate is with a temperature-activated drain valve. This is a
device mounted in the base pan of a heat pump unit with a bellows that expands on temperature rise and contracts with
temperature drop. A shaft with a rubber plug on the end is connected to the bellows. When the outdoor temperature remains
above a certain temperature, the bellows is expanded and the plug fits tightly into a hole in the bottom, or base pan, of the
unit. When the plug is blocking the hole, as it should be during cooling operation, the condensate water is contained in the
base pan. At temperatures when heating is required, the bellows contracts, the rubber plug is retracted from the hole and
the heat pump condensate water is allowed to drain into the wall case. The valve is fully open at approximately 45 °F.
Quick Heater Recovery
The unit is designed to operate the electric heater so as to warm the room to the desired temperature set point as soon as the Heat
Pump cycle operates. This feature has an advantage of reducing the time to reach the desired temperature for better comfort.
Reverse Cycle Defrosting – PTHP Only
This feature enables the unit to activate the reverse cycle defrost so as to prevent the formation of ice on the outdoor unit,
which is exposed to cold environment. Formation of ice reduces the airflow through the coil and hence the efficiency of the
air conditioning unit. The LG PTHP employs an active reverse cycle defrost function to melt the ice off the outdoor coil for
ensuring room comfort conditions and savings from extended operation.
High Temperature Heat Pump Operation Protection
When the unit operates at high outdoor temperature conditions during the cooling cycle, this feature switches off the compressor to prevent damage.
Remote Thermostat Control
The PTAC air conditioning unit is designed and built to be operated by a wired or wireless remote mounted thermostat if
desired. The unit has a built-in low voltage power source which can accommodate any of the thermostat choices – manual,
auto changeover or programmable. A remote thermostat can also be added to any unit.
Slinger Technology
The PTAC air conditioner is equipped with an outdoor fan includes outer ring that takes condensate water during cooling
operation from the base pan and dispense it through the condenser, increasing the unit’s efficiency.
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Part 2 Product data
1 YA chassis ...........................................................................................22
1.1 Features ...........................................................................................................22
1.2 List of functions ................................................................................................23
1.3 Specifications ...................................................................................................24
1.4 Dimensions.......................................................................................................30
1.5 Piping diagrams................................................................................................31
1.6 Wiring diagrams................................................................................................33
1.7 Capacity tables ..................................................................................................35
1.8 Electrical characteristics ....................................................................................43
1.9 Operation range.................................................................................................44
2 Control Devices..................................................................................45
2.1 Electronic Controls ...........................................................................................45
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YA Chassis
1. YA Chassis
Models : UYC073ALE21(LP073CD2B) UYC093ALE31(LP093CD3B) UYC123ALE31(LP123CD3B) UYC153ALE31(LP153CD3B)
UYH073ALE21(LP073HD2B) UYH093ALE31(LP093HD3B) UYH123ALE31(LP123HD3B) UYH153ALE31(LP153HD3B)
UYC09EALE31(LP096CD3B) UYC12EALE31(LP126CD3B)
UYH09EALE31(LP096HD3B) UYH12EALE31(LP126HD3B)
1.1 Features
n 2 -Way Air Flow Direction
n Indoor Fan Speed Setting
n Washable Filters
n Two Fan Motors
n Low Noise at High Air Volume
n LED Diagnostics and Self Diagnostics
n High Efficiency Compressor
n Indoor Room Freeze Protection
n Energy Saver Mode
n Compressor Overload Protection
n Timer
n Outdoor Air Temperature Switchover
n Electric Heater
n Temperature Limits
n Defrost Control
n Condensate Drain Valve
n Air Ventilation
n Quick Heater Recovery
n Energy saving Anti-corrosion treated Fins
n Reverse Cycle Defrosting (PTHP’s only)
n Infinite Impulse Response(IIR)
n High Temperature Heat Pump operation Protection
n Compressor Restart Delay
n Remote Thermostat Control
n Fan only Setting
n Slinger Technology
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1.2 List of functions
Category
Air flow
Air purifying
Installation
Reliability
Convenience
Individual control
Others
Function
Air discharge type
Airflow direction control (up & down)
Airflow direction control (left & right)
Auto swing
Airflow steps (fan/cool/heat)
Airflow Direction
Deodorizing filter
Plasma air filter
Air filter (washable / anti-fungus)
Electric heater (operation)
Hot start
Auto restart operation
Micom control
Air ventilation
Forced operation
Sleep mode
Timer
Wired remote control
Wireless remote control
Energy saver switch
Thermistor
PTAC
Cooling only Models
Top discharge
Manual
2/2/2
2 way
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
PTAC
Heat Pump Models
Top discharge
Manual
2/2/2
2 way
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Note :
O : applied
- : not applied
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1.3 Specifications
208-230V COOLING ONLY MODELS
Buyer Models
LG Models
Cooling Capacity
Heating Capacity ( for Heat Pump models)
Electric Heater capacity
Power Input
Cooling/Heating
Running Current
Cooling/Heating
Electric Heater Current
EER
COP
Power Supply
Power Factor
MCA
MOP
Air Flow Rate
Indoor,Max(H/L)
Outdoor,Max
Dehumidification
Sound Level
Indoor,H/M/L
Outdoor,Max
Refrigerant & Charge
Type
Model
Motor Type
Oil Type
Compressor
Oil Charge
Capacitor
RLA/LRA
O.L.P Name
Type(In/Out)
Motor Type(In/Out)
Fan
FLA(In/Out)
Motor Output(In/Out)
Evaporator
Heat Exchanger
Condensor
Power Supply Cable (Power Cord)
Dimensions ( W * H * D)
Net Weight
Tool Code(Chassis)
Features
LP073CD2B
UYC073ALE21
kW
Btu/h.
kW
Btu/h.
kW
Btu/h.
W
A
A
W/W
Btu/h.W
W/W
Ø / V / Hz
%
A
A
m3 / min(CFM)
m3 / min(CFM)
pts/h
dB(A)±3
dB(A)±3
g(oz)
cc
μF
A
A
W
Rows * Column * FPI
Rows * Column * FPI
No.*mm2
mm
inch
kg(lbs)
Operating Range Voltage (Min/Max)
Temperature Control
Energy Saver Mode
Prefilter(washable/anti-fungus)
Plasma Filter
Steps, Fan/Cool/Heat
Airflow Direction Control(up&down)
Airflow Direction Control(left&right)
Remote Control
Setting Temperature
Cooling
Heating
Range
Auto Operation (Micom Control)
Panel Touch Type
Timer
Air Discharge
Air-Ventilation
Deice Control(Defrost)
Hot Start
Look
Cabinet Type(Chassis Type)
Special Function
2.08
7,100
2.4
8,200
535
2.7
11.5
3.90
13.3
1 / 208 / 60
95
2.14
7,300
2.5
8,600
550
2.5
10.9
3.90
13.3
1 / 230 / 60
96
14.9
15.0
7.6(270)/6.3(225)
17(600)
1.7
45/-/43
61
R410A, 740(26.1)
Rotary(Non Tropical)
GA060KAA
PSC
POE(RB68A)orPVE(FVC68D)
310
15
2.9/16
B120-160-241E
Cross Flow Fan
Axial Fan
BLCD / BLCD
0.36/0.36
20/65
2R *12C *18FPI
3R *17C *20FPI
3 * 2.1
1,066*406*505
42*16*19-7/8
43(95)
YA
187/253
Thermistor
O
O
2/2/2
Manual
Wall Thermostat
54℉ ~ 86℉(12.2℃ ~ 30℃)
54℉ ~ 86℉(12.2℃ ~ 30℃)
O
Micom
12h, On/Off
Top
O
L - Look
Slide In-Out
Electric Heater
LP093CD3B
UYC093ALE31
2.73
9,300
3.1
10,500
730
3.7
14.9
3.72
12.7
1 / 208 / 60
95
2.78
9,500
3.5
11,900
745
3.4
15.2
3.72
12.7
1 / 230 / 60
95
19.5
20.0
7.6(270)/6.3(225)
17(600)
2.6
46/-/44
61
R410A,600(21.2)
Rotary(Non Tropical)
GA080KBA
PSC
POE(RB68A)orPVE(FVC68D)
230
25
3.7/19
B145-155-241E
Cross Flow Fan
Axial Fan
BLCD / BLCD
0.36/0.36
26/66
2R *10C *19FPI
3R *17C *20FPI
3 * 2.1
1,066*406*505
42*16*19-7/8
43(95)
YA
187/253
Thermistor
O
O
2/2/2
Manual
Wall Thermostat
54℉ ~ 86℉(12.2℃ ~ 30℃)
54℉ ~ 86℉(12.2℃ ~ 30℃)
O
Micom
12h, On/Off
Top
O
L - Look
Slide In-Out
Electric Heater
Note : ○ : applied
- : not applied
Product Data
PTAC
24
YA Chassis
6RWU0-03B
Buyer Models
LG Models
Cooling Capacity
Heating Capacity ( for Heat Pump models)
Electric Heater capacity
Power Input
Cooling/Heating
Running Current
Cooling/Heating
Electric Heater Current
EER
COP
Power Supply
Power Factor
MCA
MOP
Air Flow Rate
Indoor,Max(H/L)
Outdoor,Max
Dehumidification
Sound Level
Indoor,H/M/L
Outdoor,Max
Refrigerant & Charge
Type
Model
Motor Type
Oil Type
Compressor
Oil Charge
Capacitor
RLA/LRA
O.L.P Name
Type(In/Out)
Motor Type(In/Out)
Fan
FLA(In/Out)
Motor Output(In/Out)
Evaporator
Heat Exchanger
Condensor
Power Supply Cable (Power Cord)
Dimensions ( W * H * D)
Net Weight
Tool Code(Chassis)
Features
LP123CD3B
UYC123ALE31
kW
Btu/h.
kW
Btu/h.
kW
Btu/h.
W
A
A
W/W
Btu/h.W
W/W
Ø / V / Hz
%
A
A
m3 / min(CFM)
m3 / min(CFM)
pts/h
dB(A)±3
dB(A)±3
g(oz)
cc
μF
A
A
W
Rows * Column * FPI
Rows * Column * FPI
No.*mm2
mm
inch
kg(lbs)
Operating Range Voltage (Min/Max)
Temperature Control
Energy Saver Mode
Prefilter(washable/anti-fungus)
Plasma Filter
Steps, Fan/Cool/Heat
Airflow Direction Control(up&down)
Airflow Direction Control(left&right)
Remote Control
Setting Temperature
Cooling
Heating
Range
Auto Operation (Micom Control)
Panel Touch Type
Timer
Air Discharge
Air-Ventilation
Deice Control(Defrost)
Hot Start
Look
Cabinet Type(Chassis Type)
Special Function
3.52
12,000
3.1
10,500
1,005
5.1
14.9
3.49
11.9
1 / 208 / 60
95
3.58
12,200
3.5
11,900
1,025
4.7
15.2
3.49
11.9
1 / 230 / 60
95
19.5
20.0
11.9(420)/10.0(353)
20(706)
3.0
50/-/48
63
R410A, 610(21.5)
Rotary(Non Tropical)
PA108M1C
PSC
ESTER OIL VG74
350
35
5.0/27
BF910-MA
Cross Flow Fan
Axial Fan
BLCD / BLCD
0.36/0.36
41/74
2R *10C *19FPI
3R *17C *20FPI
3 * 2.1
1,066*406*505
42*16*19-7/8
45(99)
YA
187/253
Thermistor
O
O
2/2/2
Manual
Wall Thermostat
54℉ ~ 86℉(12.2℃ ~ 30℃)
54℉ ~ 86℉(12.2℃ ~ 30℃)
O
Micom
12h, On/Off
Top
O
L - Look
Slide In-Out
Electric Heater
LP153CD3B
UYC153ALE31
4.37
14,900
3.1
10,500
1,330
7
14.9
3.28
11.2
1 / 208 / 60
97
4.43
15,100
3.5
11,900
1,345
6
15.2
3.28
11.2
1 / 230 / 60
96
19.5
20.0
11.9(420)/10.0(353)
20(706)
4.3
51/-/49
64
R410A, 910(31.2)
Rotary(Non Tropical)
PA140M2C
PSC
ESTER OIL VG74
440
45
6.55/38.6
INTERNAL
Cross Flow Fan
Axial Fan
BLCD / BLCD
0.36/0.36
41/74
2R *10C *19FPI
3R *17C *20FPI
3 * 2.1
1,066*406*505
42*16*19-7/8
52(115)
YA
187/253
Thermistor
O
O
2/2/2
Manual
Wall Thermostat
54℉ ~ 86℉(12.2℃ ~ 30℃)
54℉ ~ 86℉(12.2℃ ~ 30℃)
O
Micom
12h, On/Off
Top
O
L - Look
Slide In-Out
Electric Heater
Note : ○ : applied
- : not applied
25
PTAC
Product Data
6RWU0-03B
YA Chassis
208-230V HEAT PUMP MODELS
Buyer Models
LG Models
Cooling Capacity
Heating Capacity ( for Heat Pump models)
Electric Heater capacity
Power Input
Cooling/Heating
Running Current
Cooling/Heating
Electric Heater Current
EER
COP
Power Supply
Power Factor
MCA
MOP
Air Flow Rate
Indoor,Max(H/L)
Outdoor,Max
Dehumidification
Sound Level
Indoor,H/M/L
Outdoor,Max
Refrigerant & Charge
Type
Model
Motor Type
Oil Type
Compressor
Oil Charge
Capacitor
RLA/LRA
O.L.P Name
Type(In/Out)
Motor Type(In/Out)
Fan
FLA(In/Out)
Motor Output(In/Out)
Evaporator
Heat Exchanger
Condensor
Power Supply Cable (Power Cord)
Dimensions ( W * H * D)
Net Weight
Tool Code(Chassis)
Features
LP073HD2B
UYH073ALE21
kW
Btu/h.
kW
Btu/h.
kW
Btu/h.
W
A
A
W/W
Btu/h.W
W/W
Ø / V / Hz
%
A
A
m3 / min(CFM)
m3 / min(CFM)
pts/h
dB(A)±3
dB(A)±3
g(oz)
cc
μF
A
A
W
Rows * Column * FPI
Rows * Column * FPI
No.*mm2
mm
inch
kg(lbs)
Operating Range Voltage (Min/Max)
Temperature Control
Energy Saver Mode
Prefilter(washable/anti-fungus)
Plasma Filter
Steps, Fan/Cool/Heat
Airflow Direction Control(up&down)
Airflow Direction Control(left&right)
Remote Control
Setting Temperature
Cooling
Heating
Range
Auto Operation (Micom Control)
Panel Touch Type
Timer
Air Discharge
Air-Ventilation
Deice Control(Defrost)
Hot Start
Look
Cabinet Type(Chassis Type)
Special Function
2.08
7,100
1.82
6,200
2.4
8,200
535/500
2.7/2.6
11.5
3.90
13.3
3.6
1 / 208 / 60
95
2.14
7,300
1.88
6,400
2.5
8,600
550/520
2.5/2.4
10.9
3.90
13.3
3.6
1 / 230 / 60
96
14.9
15.0
7.6(270)/6.3(225)
17(600)
1.7
45/-/43
61
R410A, 740(26.1)
Rotary(Non Tropical)
GA060KAA
PSC
POE(RB68A)orPVE(FVC68D)
310
15
2.9/16
B120-160-241E
Cross Flow Fan
Axial Fan
BLCD / BLCD
0.36/0.36
20/65
2R *12C *18FPI
3R *17C *20FPI
3 * 2.1
1,066*406*505
42*16*19-7/8
43(95)
YA
187/253
Thermistor
O
O
2/2/2
Manual
Wall Thermostat
54℉ ~ 86℉(12.2℃ ~ 30℃)
54℉ ~ 86℉(12.2℃ ~ 30℃)
O
Micom
12h, On/Off
Top
O
L - Look
Slide In-Out
Electric Heater
LP093HD3B
UYH093ALE31
2.73
9,300
2.34
8,000
3.1
10,500
720/655
3.6/3.3
14.9
3.78
12.9
3.6
1 / 208 / 60
96
2.78
9,500
2.40
8,200
3.5
11,900
735/670
3.3/3.0
15.2
3.78
12.9
3.6
1 / 230 / 60
97
19.5
20.0
7.6(270)/6.3(225)
17(600)
2.6
46/-/44
61
R410A, 910(32.1)
Rotary(Non Tropical)
GKU086KAB
PSC
POE(RB68A)orPVE(FVC68D)
330
25
4.0/19
LMSH2Z69-L002
Cross Flow Fan
Axial Fan
BLCD / BLCD
0.36/0.36
26/66
2R *10C *19FPI
3R *17C *20FPI
3 * 2.1
1,066*406*505
42*16*19-7/8
48(106)
YA
187/253
Thermistor
O
O
2/2/2
Manual
Wall Thermostat
54℉ ~ 86℉(12.2℃ ~ 30℃)
54℉ ~ 86℉(12.2℃ ~ 30℃)
O
Micom
12h, On/Off
Top
O
L - Look
Slide In-Out
Electric Heater
Note : ○ : applied
- : not applied
Product Data
PTAC
26
YA Chassis
6RWU0-03B
Buyer Models
LG Models
Cooling Capacity
Heating Capacity ( for Heat Pump models)
Electric Heater capacity
Power Input
Cooling/Heating
Running Current
Cooling/Heating
Electric Heater Current
EER
COP
Power Supply
Power Factor
MCA
MOP
Air Flow Rate
Indoor,Max(H/L)
Outdoor,Max
Dehumidification
Sound Level
Indoor,H/M/L
Outdoor,Max
Refrigerant & Charge
Type
Model
Motor Type
Oil Type
Compressor
Oil Charge
Capacitor
RLA/LRA
O.L.P Name
Type(In/Out)
Motor Type(In/Out)
Fan
FLA(In/Out)
Motor Output(In/Out)
Evaporator
Heat Exchanger
Condensor
Power Supply Cable (Power Cord)
Dimensions ( W * H * D)
Net Weight
Tool Code(Chassis)
Features
LP123HD3B
UYH123ALE31
kW
Btu/h.
kW
Btu/h.
kW
Btu/h.
W
A
A
W/W
Btu/h.W
W/W
Ø / V / Hz
%
A
A
m3 / min(CFM)
m3 / min(CFM)
pts/h
dB(A)±3
dB(A)±3
g(oz)
cc
μF
A
A
W
Rows * Column * FPI
Rows * Column * FPI
No.*mm2
mm
inch
kg(lbs)
Operating Range Voltage (Min/Max)
Temperature Control
Energy Saver Mode
Prefilter(washable/anti-fungus)
Plasma Filter
Steps, Fan/Cool/Heat
Airflow Direction Control(up&down)
Airflow Direction Control(left&right)
Remote Control
Setting Temperature
Cooling
Heating
Range
Auto Operation (Micom Control)
Panel Touch Type
Timer
Air Discharge
Air-Ventilation
Deice Control(Defrost)
Hot Start
Look
Cabinet Type(Chassis Type)
Special Function
3.52
12,000
3.11
10,600
3.1
10,500
1,010/885
5.2/4.6
14.9
3.49
11.9
3.5
1 / 208 / 60
93
3.58
12,200
3.17
10,800
3.5
11,900
1,025/905
4.8/4.3
15.2
3.49
11.9
3.5
1 / 230 / 60
93
19.5
20.0
11.9(420)/10.0(353)
20(706)
3.0
50/-/48
63
R410A, 850(30.0)
Rotary(Non Tropical)
GKU113KAB
PSC
POE(RB68A) or PVE(FVC68D)
330
40
5.0/26
MRA98996-12026
Cross Flow Fan
Axial Fan
BLCD / BLCD
0.36/0.36
41/74
2R *10C *19FPI
3R * 17C * 20FPI
3 * 2.1
1,066*406*505
42*16*19-7/8
48(106)
YA
187/253
Thermistor
O
O
2/2/2
Manual
Wall Thermostat
54℉ ~ 86℉(12.2℃ ~ 30℃)
54℉ ~ 86℉(12.2℃ ~ 30℃)
O
Micom
12h, On/Off
Top
O
L - Look
Slide In-Out
Electric Heater
LP153HD3B
UYH153ALE31
4.37
14,900
3.87
13,200
3.1
10,500
1,330/1250
6.6/6.2
14.9
3.28
11.2
3.1
1 / 208 / 60
97
4.43
15,100
3.93
13,400
3.5
11,900
1,345/1265
6.1/5.7
15.2
3.28
11.2
3.1
1 / 230 / 60
96
19.5
20.0
11.9(420)/10.0(353)
20(706)
4.3
51/-/49
64
R410A, 910(32.1)
Rotary(Non Tropical)
PA140M2C
PSC
ESTER OIL VG74
440
45
6.55/38.6
INTERNAL
Cross Flow Fan
Axial Fan
BLCD / BLCD
0.36/0.36
41/74
2R *10C *19FPI
3R *17C *20FPI
3 * 2.1
1,066*406*505
42*16*19-7/8
52(115)
YA
187/253
Thermistor
O
O
2/2/2
Manual
Wall Thermostat
54℉ ~ 86℉(12.2℃ ~ 30℃)
54℉ ~ 86℉(12.2℃ ~ 30℃)
O
Micom
12h, On/Off
Top
O
L - Look
Slide In-Out
Electric Heater
Note : ○ : applied
- : not applied
27
PTAC
Product Data
6RWU0-03B
YA Chassis
265V COOLING ONLY MODELS
Buyer Models
LG Models
Cooling Capacity
Heating Capacity ( for Heat Pump models)
Electric Heater capacity
Power Input
Cooling/Heating
Running Current
Cooling/Heating
Electric Heater Current
EER
COP
Power Supply
Power Factor
MCA
MOP
Air Flow Rate
Indoor,Max(H/L)
Outdoor,Max
Dehumidification
Sound Level
Indoor,H/M/L
Outdoor,Max
Refrigerant & Charge
Type
Model
Motor Type
Oil Type
Compressor
Oil Charge
Capacitor
RLA/LRA
O.L.P Name
Type(In/Out)
Motor Type(In/Out)
Fan
FLA(In/Out)
Motor Output(In/Out)
Evaporator
Heat Exchanger
Condensor
Power Supply Cable (Power Cord)
Dimensions ( W * H * D)
Net Weight
Tool Code(Chassis)
Features
kW
Btu/h.
kW
Btu/h.
kW
Btu/h.
W
A
A
W/W
Btu/h.W
W/W
Ø / V / Hz
%
A
A
m3 / min(CFM)
m3 / min(CFM)
pts/h
dB(A)±3
dB(A)±3
g(oz)
cc
μF
A
A
W
Rows * Column * FPI
Rows * Column * FPI
No.*mm2
mm
inch
kg(lbs)
Operating Range Voltage (Min/Max)
Temperature Control
Energy Saver Mode
Prefilter(washable/anti-fungus)
Plasma Filter
Steps, Fan/Cool/Heat
Airflow Direction Control(up&down)
Airflow Direction Control(left&right)
Remote Control
Setting Temperature
Cooling
Heating
Range
Auto Operation (Micom Control)
Panel Touch Type
Timer
Air Discharge
Air-Ventilation
Deice Control(Defrost)
Hot Start
Look
Cabinet Type(Chassis Type)
Special Function
LP096CD3B
UYC09EALE31
2.84
9,700
3.7
12,600
755
3.0
14.0
3.75
12.8
1 / 265 / 60
95
17.9
20.0
7.6(270)/6.3(225)
17(600)
2.6
46/-/44
61
R410A, 895(31.6)
Rotary(Non Tropical)
GKU086QAA
PSC
POE(RB68A) or PVE(FVC68D)
330
20
3.3/20
LPMD2W69-L002
Cross Flow Fan
Axial Fan
BLCD / BLCD
0.36/0.36
26/66
2R *10C *19FPI
3R *17C *20FPI
3 * 3.3
1,066*406*505
42*16*19-7/8
48(106)
YA
239/292
Thermistor
O
O
2/2/2
Manual
Wall Thermostat
54℉ ~ 86℉(12.2℃ ~ 30℃)
54℉ ~ 86℉(12.2℃ ~ 30℃)
O
Micom
12h, On/Off
Top
O
L - Look
Slide In-Out
Coil Heater
LP126CD3B
UYC12EALE31
3.58
12,200
3.7
12,600
1,025
4.0
14.0
3.49
11.9
1 / 265 / 60
97
17.9
20.0
11.9(420)/10.0(353)
20(706)
3.0
50/-/48
63
R410A, 910(32.1)
Rotary(Non Tropical)
GKU113QAA
PSC
POE(RB68A) or PVE(FVC68D)
330
25
4.4/22
LMSH2Z69-L002
Cross Flow Fan
Axial Fan
BLCD / BLCD
0.36/0.36
41/74
2R *10C *19FPI
3R *17C *20FPI
3 * 3.3
1,066*406*505
42*16*19-7/8
48(106)
YA
239/292
Thermistor
O
O
2/2/2
Manual
Wall Thermostat
54℉ ~ 86℉(12.2℃ ~ 30℃)
54℉ ~ 86℉(12.2℃ ~ 30℃)
O
Micom
12h, On/Off
Top
O
L - Look
Slide In-Out
Coil Heater
Note : ○ : applied
- : not applied
Product Data
PTAC
28
YA Chassis
6RWU0-03B
Buyer Models
LG Models
Cooling Capacity
Heating Capacity ( for Heat Pump models)
Electric Heater capacity
Power Input
Cooling/Heating
Running Current
Cooling/Heating
Electric Heater Current
EER
COP
Power Supply
Power Factor
MCA
MOP
Air Flow Rate
Indoor,Max(H/L)
Outdoor,Max
Dehumidification
Sound Level
Indoor,H/M/L
Outdoor,Max
Refrigerant & Charge
Type
Model
Motor Type
Oil Type
Compressor
Oil Charge
Capacitor
RLA/LRA
O.L.P Name
Type(In/Out)
Motor Type(In/Out)
Fan
FLA(In/Out)
Motor Output(In/Out)
Evaporator
Heat Exchanger
Condensor
Power Supply Cable (Power Cord)
Dimensions ( W * H * D)
Net Weight
Tool Code(Chassis)
Features
kW
Btu/h.
kW
Btu/h.
kW
Btu/h.
W
A
A
W/W
Btu/h.W
W/W
Ø / V / Hz
%
A
A
m3 / min(CFM)
m3 / min(CFM)
pts/h
dB(A)±3
dB(A)±3
g(oz)
cc
μF
A
A
W
Rows * Column * FPI
Rows * Column * FPI
No.*mm2
mm
inch
kg(lbs)
Operating Range Voltage (Min/Max)
Temperature Control
Energy Saver Mode
Prefilter(washable/anti-fungus)
Plasma Filter
Steps, Fan/Cool/Heat
Airflow Direction Control(up&down)
Airflow Direction Control(left&right)
Remote Control
Setting Temperature
Cooling
Heating
Range
Auto Operation (Micom Control)
Panel Touch Type
Timer
Air Discharge
Air-Ventilation
Deice Control(Defrost)
Hot Start
Look
Cabinet Type(Chassis Type)
Special Function
LP096HD3B
UYH09EALE31
2.84
9,700
2.49
8,500
3.7
12,600
755/690
3.0/2.7
14.0
3.75
12.8
3.6
1 / 265 / 60
95
17.9
20.0
7.6(270)/6.3(225)
17(600)
2.6
46/-/44
61
R410A, 895(31.6)
Rotary(Non Tropical)
GKU086QAA
PSC
POE(RB68A) or PVE(FVC68D)
330
20
3.3/20
LPMD2W69-L002
Cross Flow Fan
Axial Fan
BLCD / BLCD
0.36/0.36
26/66
2R *10C *19FPI
3R *17C *20FPI
3 * 3.3
1,066*406*505
42*16*19-7/8
48(106)
YA
239/292
Thermistor
O
O
2/2/2
Manual
Wall Thermostat
54℉ ~ 86℉(12.2℃ ~ 30℃)
54℉ ~ 86℉(12.2℃ ~ 30℃)
O
Micom
12h, On/Off
Top
O
L - Look
Slide In-Out
Coil Heater
LP126HD3B
UYH12EALE31
3.58
12,200
3.22
11,000
3.7
12,600
1,025/895
4.0/3.5
14.0
3.49
11.9
3.6
1 / 265 / 60
97
17.9
20.0
11.9(420)/10.0(353)
20(706)
3.0
50/-/48
63
R410A, 910(32.1)
Rotary(Non Tropical)
GKU113QAA
PSC
POE(RB68A) or PVE(FVC68D)
330
25
4.4/22
LMSH2Z69-L002
Cross Flow Fan
Axial Fan
BLCD / BLCD
0.36/0.36
41/74
2R *10C *19FPI
3R *17C *20FPI
3 * 3.3
1,066*406*505
42*16*19-7/8
48(106)
YA
239/292
Thermistor
O
O
2/2/2
Manual
Wall Thermostat
54℉ ~ 86℉(12.2℃ ~ 30℃)
54℉ ~ 86℉(12.2℃ ~ 30℃)
O
Micom
12h, On/Off
Top
O
L - Look
Slide In-Out
Coil Heater
Note : ○ : applied
- : not applied
29
PTAC
Product Data
Product Data
1
2
1,066mm (42")
TOP VIEW
PTAC
Architectural Grille
3
5
Remark
CHASSIS CODE : YA
an air guide should be installed on the outdoor side.
2. In an area or space having no proper circulation,
1. The unit should not be installed in a closed area.
■ Note
76, Seongsang-dong, Changwon City, Gyeongnam,
641-713, Korea
TEL : 82 – 55 – 269 - 3506
www.lge.com/airconditioner
3
537mm(21")
Vertical Air Deflector
2
4
Inlet Grille
Part name
1
Item No.
406mm (16")
PTAC
6RWU0-03B
YA Chassis
1.4 Dimensions
30
406mm (16")
YA Chassis
6RWU0-03B
1.5 Piping diagrams
Models : UYC073ALE21(LP073CD2B)
UYC093ALE31(LP093CD3B)
UYC123ALE31(LP123CD3B)
UYC153ALE31(LP153CD3B)
UYC09EALE31(LP096CD3B)
UYC12EALE31(LP126CD3B)
Liquid side
Capillary Tube
Th2
Th1
Heat
Exchanger
(Evaporator)
Heat
Exchanger
(Condenser)
C.F.F
Axial Fan
Gas side
LOC.
31
Compressor
Description
High Pressure S/W
2
H/P : 41.8/32.6(kgf/cm G)
2
[595/463(lbf/in G)]
PCB Connector
Th1
Thermistor for indoor Air temperature
CN-IDAT2
Th2
Thermistor for evaporator temperature
CN-IDPT
PTAC
Product Data
6RWU0-03B
YA Chassis
Models : UYH073ALE21(LP073HD2B)
UYH093ALE31(LP093HD3B)
UYH123ALE31(LP123HD3B)
UYH153ALE31(LP153HD3B)
UYH09EALE31(LP096HD3B)
UYH12EALE31(LP126HD3B)
CAPILLARY TUBE
(HEAT)
CAPILLARY TUBE
(COOL)
CHECK VALVE
Th2
Th3
Th1
Th4
HEAT
EXCHANGER
(EVAPORATOR)
HEAT
EXCHANGER
(CONDENSER)
C.F.F
Axial Fan
REVERSING VALVE
ACCUMULATOR
H/P
Compressor
High Pressure S/W
: 41.8/32.6(kgf/cm2G)
[595/463 (lbf/in2G)
Cooling
Heating
LOC.
Product Data
Description
PCB Connector
Th1
Thermistor for indoor air temperature
CN-IDAT2
Th2
Thermistor for evaporator temperature
CN-IDPT
Th3
Thermistor for outdoor air temperature
Th4
Thermistor for condenser temperature
PTAC
CN-ODT
32
YA Chassis
6RWU0-03B
1.6 Wiring diagrams
Models : UYC073ALE21(LP073CD2B) UYC093ALE31(LP093CD3B) UYC123ALE31(LP123CD3B) UYC153ALE31(LP153CD3B)
UYH073ALE21(LP073HD2B) UYH093ALE31(LP093HD3B) UYH123ALE31(LP123HD3B) UYH153ALE31(LP153HD3B)
UYC09EALE31(LP096CD3B) UYC12EALE31(LP126CD3B)
UYH09EALE31(LP096HD3B) UYH12EALE31(LP126HD3B)
POWER INPUT
NEUTRAL
WH
LIVE
BK
GN/YL
BK1
BK2
BL
BK3
RD
BK4
BL
OR
TB2
RD
TB1
OR
WH
BK
INDOOR AIR THERMISTOR
INDOOR COIL THERMISTOR
OUTDOOR AIR THERMISTOR
OUTDOOR COIL THERMISTOR
CN-THERMO-S CN-AUX-S
CN-IDPT CN-ODT
BK
BK
HERM
OLP
WCN-NOISE
CN-MOTOR_ODF
CN-EXT(L)
CN-EXT(N) CN_N
WH
250V/T3.15A
FUSE
RY-COMP
C
MAIN PWB.ASM
CN-MOTOR_IDF
CN-ICR
BL
RD
BR
R
CN-DIP
CN-4WAY
F
COMP S
CN-DISP2
BK
CN-DISP1
BK
CN_WRITE
BK
BK
CN-PRESS
Pressure
Switch
CN-IDAT2
YL
BL
WH
BK
YL
BL
WH
BK
RD
RD
YL
BL
WH
BK
YL
BL
WH
BK
RD
RD
INDOOR
FAN
MOTOR
OUTDOOR
FAN
MOTOR
BK
33
PTAC
CN-CC_S
CN-WRITE_S
CN-CC
CN-WRITE
Product Data
6RWU0-03B
YA Chassis
CN-AUX-S
CN-THERMO-S
CN-IDPT
CN-ODT
CN-IDAT2
CN-DISP1
CN-DISP2
CN-PRESS
CN-WRITE
CN-4WAY
CN-DIP
CN-ICR
CN-MOTOR_IDF
CN-EXT(L)
CN-MOTOR_ODF
CN-EXT(N)
CN-N
Product Data
PTAC
34
YA Chassis
6RWU0-03B
1.7 Capacity tables
Cooling Capacity
UYC073ALE21(LP073CD2B)
Indoor Air
Temperature
WB°F
57.2
60.8
64.4
66.2
71.6
75.2
DB°F
68.0
71.6
77.0
80.6
86.0
89.6
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
68
TC
5.92
6.91
7.71
8.07
8.85
9.19
Indoor Air
Temperature
WB°F
57.2
60.8
64.4
66.2
71.6
75.2
DB°F
68.0
71.6
77.0
80.6
86.0
89.6
SHC
5.80
5.65
5.51
5.44
5.26
5.15
77
PI
0.36
0.37
0.37
0.38
0.38
0.39
TC
5.80
6.76
7.55
7.90
8.67
8.99
SHC
5.88
5.71
5.56
5.49
5.30
5.19
89.6
PI
0.43
0.44
0.44
0.45
0.46
0.46
TC
5.52
6.44
7.19
7.52
8.26
8.57
SHC
6.00
5.82
5.66
5.58
5.38
5.25
PI
0.50
0.51
0.52
0.52
0.53
0.54
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
95
TC
5.36
6.25
6.98
7.30
8.01
8.31
SHC
6.06
5.87
5.70
5.62
5.41
5.28
104
PI
0.53
0.54
0.54
0.55
0.56
0.57
TC
5.16
6.02
6.72
7.03
7.71
8.00
SHC
6.15
5.95
5.77
5.69
5.46
5.33
109.4
PI
0.56
0.57
0.58
0.59
0.60
0.60
TC
4.99
5.82
6.50
6.80
7.46
7.74
SHC
6.21
6.00
5.82
5.73
5.49
5.36
TC
7.19
8.39
9.36
9.79
10.75
11.15
SHC
7.67
7.45
7.24
7.14
6.88
6.72
PI
0.58
0.59
0.60
0.61
0.62
0.62
UYC093ALE31(LP093CD3B)
Indoor Air
Temperature
WB°F
57.2
60.8
64.4
66.2
71.6
75.2
DB°F
68.0
71.6
77.0
80.6
86.0
89.6
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
68
TC
7.71
8.99
10.03
10.50
11.52
11.96
Indoor Air
Temperature
WB°F
57.2
60.8
64.4
66.2
71.6
75.2
DB°F
68.0
71.6
77.0
80.6
86.0
89.6
SHC
7.43
7.23
7.04
6.96
6.72
6.59
77
PI
0.49
0.50
0.50
0.51
0.52
0.53
SHC
7.52
7.31
7.12
7.03
6.78
6.64
89.6
PI
0.58
0.59
0.60
0.61
0.61
0.62
PI
0.67
0.69
0.70
0.71
0.72
0.73
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
95
TC
6.97
8.14
9.08
9.50
10.43
10.82
SHC
7.75
7.51
7.29
7.19
6.92
6.76
104
PI
0.71
0.72
0.73
0.75
0.75
0.77
Symbol
DB : Dry Bulb Temperature
[°F]
WB : Wet Bulb Temperature
[°F]
TC : Total Capacity
[kBtu/h]
SHC : Sensible Heating Capacity
[kBtu/h]
PI : Power Input
[kW]
(Comp.+ indoor fan motor + outdoor fan motor)
35
TC
7.54
8.80
9.82
10.28
11.28
11.70
TC
6.71
7.83
8.74
9.15
10.04
10.42
SHC
7.87
7.62
7.39
7.28
6.99
6.82
109.4
PI
0.76
0.77
0.78
0.79
0.80
0.81
TC
6.49
7.58
8.45
8.85
9.71
10.08
SHC
7.94
7.68
7.44
7.33
7.03
6.85
PI
0.78
0.79
0.80
0.82
0.83
0.84
Notes
1. All capacities are net, evaporator fan motor heat is deducted.
2.
Indicates nominal capacity.
3. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate
PTAC
Product Data
6RWU0-03B
YA Chassis
UYC123ALE31(LP123CD3B)
Indoor Air
Temperature
WB°F
57.2
60.8
64.4
66.2
71.6
75.2
DB°F
68.0
71.6
77.0
80.6
86.0
89.6
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
68
TC
9.89
11.55
12.88
13.48
14.80
15.36
Indoor Air
Temperature
WB°F
57.2
60.8
64.4
66.2
71.6
75.2
DB°F
68.0
71.6
77.0
80.6
86.0
89.6
SHC
9.38
9.13
8.89
8.79
8.49
8.32
77
PI
0.67
0.68
0.69
0.70
0.71
0.72
TC
9.69
11.30
12.61
13.20
14.48
15.03
SHC
9.49
9.23
8.99
8.87
8.56
8.38
89.6
PI
0.80
0.81
0.82
0.83
0.85
0.86
TC
9.23
10.77
12.02
12.58
13.80
14.32
SHC
9.69
9.40
9.14
9.02
8.68
8.49
PI
0.93
0.94
0.96
0.97
0.99
1.00
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
95
TC
8.95
10.45
11.66
12.20
13.39
13.89
SHC
9.78
9.48
9.21
9.08
8.74
8.54
104
PI
0.98
0.99
1.01
1.03
1.04
1.05
TC
8.62
10.06
11.22
11.75
12.89
13.38
SHC
9.94
9.62
9.33
9.19
8.83
8.61
109.4
PI
1.04
1.06
1.07
1.09
1.10
1.12
TC
8.34
9.73
10.86
11.36
12.47
12.94
SHC
10.03
9.70
9.39
9.25
8.87
8.65
TC
11.42
13.33
14.87
15.56
17.08
17.73
SHC
11.15
10.82
10.52
10.38
9.99
9.77
PI
1.07
1.09
1.11
1.13
1.14
1.16
UYC153ALE31(LP153CD3B)
Indoor Air
Temperature
WB°F
57.2
60.8
64.4
66.2
71.6
75.2
DB°F
68.0
71.6
77.0
80.6
86.0
89.6
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
68
TC
12.25
14.29
15.94
16.69
18.31
19.01
Indoor Air
Temperature
WB°F
57.2
60.8
64.4
66.2
71.6
75.2
DB°F
68.0
71.6
77.0
80.6
86.0
89.6
SHC
10.79
10.50
10.23
10.11
9.77
9.57
77
PI
0.88
0.89
0.91
0.92
0.94
0.95
SHC
10.92
10.62
10.34
10.21
9.85
9.64
89.6
PI
1.04
1.06
1.08
1.09
1.11
1.13
PI
1.22
1.24
1.26
1.28
1.29
1.31
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
95
TC
11.08
12.93
14.43
15.10
16.57
17.20
SHC
11.26
10.91
10.60
10.45
10.05
9.82
104
PI
1.28
1.30
1.32
1.35
1.36
1.38
Symbol
DB : Dry Bulb Temperature
[°F]
WB : Wet Bulb Temperature
[°F]
TC : Total Capacity
[kBtu/h]
SHC : Sensible Heating Capacity
[kBtu/h]
PI : Power Input
[kW]
(Comp.+ indoor fan motor + outdoor fan motor)
Product Data
TC
11.99
13.99
15.61
16.33
17.93
18.60
TC
10.67
12.45
13.89
14.54
15.96
16.56
SHC
11.43
11.07
10.73
10.58
10.16
9.91
109.4
PI
1.36
1.39
1.41
1.43
1.45
1.47
TC
10.32
12.04
13.44
14.06
15.43
16.02
SHC
11.54
11.16
10.81
10.65
10.21
9.96
PI
1.41
1.43
1.45
1.48
1.50
1.52
Notes
1. All capacities are net, evaporator fan motor heat is deducted.
2.
Indicates nominal capacity.
3. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate
PTAC
36
YA Chassis
6RWU0-03B
UYH073ALE21(LP073HD2B)
Indoor Air
Temperature
WB°F
57.2
60.8
64.4
66.2
71.6
75.2
DB°F
68.0
71.6
77.0
80.6
86.0
89.6
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
68
TC
5.92
6.91
7.71
8.07
8.85
9.19
Indoor Air
Temperature
WB°F
57.2
60.8
64.4
66.2
71.6
75.2
DB°F
68.0
71.6
77.0
80.6
86.0
89.6
SHC
5.91
5.75
5.60
5.54
5.35
5.24
77
PI
0.36
0.37
0.37
0.38
0.38
0.39
TC
5.80
6.76
7.55
7.90
8.67
8.99
SHC
5.98
5.82
5.66
5.59
5.40
5.28
89.6
PI
0.43
0.44
0.44
0.45
0.46
0.46
TC
5.52
6.44
7.19
7.52
8.26
8.57
SHC
6.11
5.92
5.76
5.68
5.47
5.35
PI
0.50
0.51
0.52
0.52
0.53
0.54
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
95
TC
5.36
6.25
6.98
7.30
8.01
8.31
SHC
6.16
5.97
5.80
5.72
5.51
5.38
104
PI
0.53
0.54
0.54
0.55
0.56
0.57
TC
5.16
6.02
6.72
7.03
7.71
8.00
SHC
6.26
6.06
5.88
5.79
5.56
5.43
109.4
PI
0.56
0.57
0.58
0.59
0.60
0.60
TC
4.99
5.82
6.50
6.80
7.46
7.74
SHC
6.32
6.11
5.92
5.83
5.59
5.45
TC
7.19
8.39
9.36
9.79
10.75
11.15
SHC
7.57
7.35
7.14
7.05
6.79
6.63
PI
0.58
0.59
0.60
0.61
0.62
0.62
UYH093ALE31(LP093HD3B)
Indoor Air
Temperature
WB°F
57.2
60.8
64.4
66.2
71.6
75.2
DB°F
68.0
71.6
77.0
80.6
86.0
89.6
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
68
TC
7.71
8.99
10.03
10.50
11.52
11.96
Indoor Air
Temperature
WB°F
57.2
60.8
64.4
66.2
71.6
75.2
DB°F
68.0
71.6
77.0
80.6
86.0
89.6
SHC
7.33
7.13
6.95
6.87
6.64
6.50
77
PI
0.48
0.49
0.50
0.50
0.51
0.52
SHC
7.42
7.21
7.02
6.94
6.69
6.55
89.6
PI
0.57
0.58
0.59
0.60
0.61
0.61
PI
0.67
0.68
0.69
0.70
0.71
0.72
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
95
TC
6.97
8.14
9.08
9.50
10.43
10.82
SHC
7.65
7.41
7.20
7.10
6.83
6.67
104
PI
0.70
0.71
0.72
0.74
0.74
0.76
Symbol
DB : Dry Bulb Temperature
[°F]
WB : Wet Bulb Temperature
[°F]
TC : Total Capacity
[kBtu/h]
SHC : Sensible Heating Capacity
[kBtu/h]
PI : Power Input
[kW]
(Comp.+ indoor fan motor + outdoor fan motor)
37
TC
7.54
8.80
9.82
10.28
11.28
11.70
TC
6.71
7.83
8.74
9.15
10.04
10.42
SHC
7.77
7.52
7.29
7.18
6.90
6.73
109.4
PI
0.75
0.76
0.77
0.78
0.79
0.80
TC
6.49
7.58
8.45
8.85
9.71
10.08
SHC
7.84
7.58
7.34
7.23
6.94
6.76
PI
0.77
0.78
0.79
0.81
0.82
0.83
Notes
1. All capacities are net, evaporator fan motor heat is deducted.
2.
Indicates nominal capacity.
3. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate
PTAC
Product Data
6RWU0-03B
YA Chassis
UYH123ALE31(LP123HD3B)
Indoor Air
Temperature
WB°F
57.2
60.8
64.4
66.2
71.6
75.2
DB°F
68.0
71.6
77.0
80.6
86.0
89.6
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
68
TC
9.89
11.55
12.88
13.48
14.80
15.36
Indoor Air
Temperature
WB°F
57.2
60.8
64.4
66.2
71.6
75.2
DB°F
68.0
71.6
77.0
80.6
86.0
89.6
SHC
10.04
9.78
9.53
9.41
9.10
8.91
77
PI
0.67
0.68
0.69
0.70
0.71
0.72
TC
9.69
11.30
12.61
13.20
14.48
15.03
SHC
10.17
9.89
9.63
9.51
9.17
8.98
89.6
PI
0.80
0.81
0.82
0.83
0.85
0.86
TC
9.23
10.77
12.02
12.58
13.80
14.32
SHC
10.38
10.07
9.79
9.66
9.30
9.09
PI
0.93
0.94
0.96
0.97
0.99
1.00
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
95
TC
8.95
10.45
11.66
12.20
13.39
13.89
SHC
10.48
10.16
9.87
9.73
9.36
9.14
104
PI
0.98
0.99
1.01
1.03
1.04
1.05
TC
8.62
10.06
11.22
11.75
12.89
13.38
SHC
10.65
10.30
9.99
9.85
9.46
9.23
109.4
PI
1.04
1.06
1.07
1.09
1.10
1.12
TC
8.34
9.73
10.86
11.36
12.47
12.94
SHC
10.74
10.39
10.06
9.91
9.51
9.27
TC
11.42
13.33
14.87
15.56
17.08
17.73
SHC
11.15
10.82
10.52
10.38
9.99
9.77
PI
1.07
1.09
1.11
1.13
1.14
1.16
UYH153ALE31(LP153HD3B)
Indoor Air
Temperature
WB°F
57.2
60.8
64.4
66.2
71.6
75.2
DB°F
68.0
71.6
77.0
80.6
86.0
89.6
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
68
TC
12.25
14.29
15.94
16.69
18.31
19.01
Indoor Air
Temperature
WB°F
57.2
60.8
64.4
66.2
71.6
75.2
DB°F
68.0
71.6
77.0
80.6
86.0
89.6
SHC
10.79
10.50
10.23
10.11
9.77
9.57
77
PI
0.88
0.89
0.91
0.92
0.94
0.95
SHC
10.92
10.62
10.34
10.21
9.85
9.64
89.6
PI
1.04
1.06
1.08
1.09
1.11
1.13
PI
1.22
1.24
1.26
1.28
1.29
1.31
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
95
TC
11.08
12.93
14.43
15.10
16.57
17.20
SHC
11.26
10.91
10.60
10.45
10.05
9.82
104
PI
1.28
1.30
1.32
1.35
1.36
1.38
Symbol
DB : Dry Bulb Temperature
[°F]
WB : Wet Bulb Temperature
[°F]
TC : Total Capacity
[kBtu/h]
SHC : Sensible Heating Capacity
[kBtu/h]
PI : Power Input
[kW]
(Comp.+ indoor fan motor + outdoor fan motor)
Product Data
TC
11.99
13.99
15.61
16.33
17.93
18.60
TC
10.67
12.45
13.89
14.54
15.96
16.56
SHC
11.43
11.07
10.73
10.58
10.16
9.91
109.4
PI
1.36
1.39
1.41
1.43
1.45
1.47
TC
10.32
12.04
13.44
14.06
15.43
16.02
SHC
11.54
11.16
10.81
10.65
10.21
9.96
PI
1.41
1.43
1.45
1.48
1.50
1.52
Notes
1. All capacities are net, evaporator fan motor heat is deducted.
2.
Indicates nominal capacity.
3. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate
PTAC
38
YA Chassis
6RWU0-03B
UYC09EALE31(LP096CD3B)
Indoor Air
Temperature
WB°F
57.2
60.8
64.4
66.2
71.6
75.2
DB°F
68.0
71.6
77.0
80.6
86.0
89.6
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
68
TC
7.87
9.18
10.24
10.72
11.76
12.21
Indoor Air
Temperature
WB°F
57.2
60.8
64.4
66.2
71.6
75.2
DB°F
68.0
71.6
77.0
80.6
86.0
89.6
SHC
7.52
7.32
7.13
7.05
6.81
6.67
77
PI
0.49
0.50
0.51
0.52
0.53
0.53
TC
7.70
8.99
10.03
10.49
11.52
11.95
SHC
7.61
7.40
7.21
7.12
6.87
6.72
89.6
PI
0.59
0.60
0.60
0.61
0.62
0.63
TC
7.34
8.56
9.55
10.00
10.97
11.39
SHC
7.77
7.54
7.33
7.23
6.96
6.81
PI
0.68
0.69
0.70
0.72
0.73
0.74
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
95
TC
7.12
8.31
9.27
9.70
10.65
11.05
SHC
7.84
7.60
7.39
7.28
7.01
6.85
104
PI
0.72
0.73
0.74
0.76
0.76
0.78
TC
6.85
8.00
8.92
9.34
10.25
10.64
SHC
7.97
7.71
7.48
7.37
7.08
6.91
109.4
PI
0.77
0.78
0.79
0.80
0.81
0.83
TC
6.63
7.74
8.63
9.03
9.91
10.29
SHC
8.04
7.78
7.53
7.42
7.12
6.94
TC
9.23
10.77
12.02
12.58
13.80
14.32
SHC
10.20
9.90
9.62
9.49
9.14
8.93
PI
0.79
0.80
0.82
0.83
0.84
0.85
UYC12EALE31(LP126CD3B)
Indoor Air
Temperature
WB°F
57.2
60.8
64.4
66.2
71.6
75.2
DB°F
68.0
71.6
77.0
80.6
86.0
89.6
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
68
TC
9.89
11.55
12.88
13.48
14.80
15.36
Indoor Air
Temperature
WB°F
57.2
60.8
64.4
66.2
71.6
75.2
DB°F
68.0
71.6
77.0
80.6
86.0
89.6
SHC
9.87
9.61
9.36
9.25
8.94
8.76
77
PI
0.67
0.68
0.69
0.70
0.71
0.72
SHC
9.99
9.71
9.46
9.34
9.01
8.82
89.6
PI
0.80
0.81
0.82
0.83
0.85
0.86
PI
0.93
0.94
0.96
0.97
0.99
1.00
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
95
TC
8.95
10.45
11.66
12.20
13.39
13.89
SHC
10.30
9.98
9.69
9.56
9.20
8.98
104
PI
0.98
0.99
1.01
1.03
1.04
1.05
Symbol
DB : Dry Bulb Temperature
[°F]
WB : Wet Bulb Temperature
[°F]
TC : Total Capacity
[kBtu/h]
SHC : Sensible Heating Capacity
[kBtu/h]
PI : Power Input
[kW]
(Comp.+ indoor fan motor + outdoor fan motor)
39
TC
9.69
11.30
12.61
13.20
14.48
15.03
TC
8.62
10.06
11.22
11.75
12.89
13.38
SHC
10.46
10.12
9.82
9.67
9.29
9.07
109.4
PI
1.04
1.06
1.07
1.09
1.10
1.12
TC
8.34
9.73
10.86
11.36
12.47
12.94
SHC
10.56
10.21
9.89
9.74
9.34
9.11
PI
1.07
1.09
1.11
1.13
1.14
1.16
Notes
1. All capacities are net, evaporator fan motor heat is deducted.
2.
Indicates nominal capacity.
3. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate
PTAC
Product Data
6RWU0-03B
YA Chassis
UYH09EALE31(LP096HD3B)
Indoor Air
Temperature
WB°F
57.2
60.8
64.4
66.2
71.6
75.2
DB°F
68.0
71.6
77.0
80.6
86.0
89.6
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
68
TC
7.87
9.18
10.24
10.72
11.76
12.21
Indoor Air
Temperature
WB°F
57.2
60.8
64.4
66.2
71.6
75.2
DB°F
68.0
71.6
77.0
80.6
86.0
89.6
SHC
7.52
7.32
7.13
7.05
6.81
6.67
77
PI
0.49
0.50
0.51
0.52
0.53
0.53
TC
7.70
8.99
10.03
10.49
11.52
11.95
SHC
7.61
7.40
7.21
7.12
6.87
6.72
89.6
PI
0.59
0.60
0.60
0.61
0.62
0.63
TC
7.34
8.56
9.55
10.00
10.97
11.39
SHC
7.77
7.54
7.33
7.23
6.96
6.81
PI
0.68
0.69
0.70
0.72
0.73
0.74
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
95
TC
7.12
8.31
9.27
9.70
10.65
11.05
SHC
7.84
7.60
7.39
7.28
7.01
6.85
104
PI
0.72
0.73
0.74
0.76
0.76
0.78
TC
6.85
8.00
8.92
9.34
10.25
10.64
SHC
7.97
7.71
7.48
7.37
7.08
6.91
109.4
PI
0.77
0.78
0.79
0.80
0.81
0.83
TC
6.63
7.74
8.63
9.03
9.91
10.29
SHC
8.04
7.78
7.53
7.42
7.12
6.94
TC
9.23
10.77
12.02
12.58
13.80
14.32
SHC
10.20
9.90
9.62
9.49
9.14
8.93
PI
0.79
0.80
0.82
0.83
0.84
0.85
UYH12EALE31(LP126HD3B)
Indoor Air
Temperature
WB°F
57.2
60.8
64.4
66.2
71.6
75.2
DB°F
68.0
71.6
77.0
80.6
86.0
89.6
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
68
TC
9.89
11.55
12.88
13.48
14.80
15.36
Indoor Air
Temperature
WB°F
57.2
60.8
64.4
66.2
71.6
75.2
DB°F
68.0
71.6
77.0
80.6
86.0
89.6
SHC
9.87
9.61
9.36
9.25
8.94
8.76
77
PI
0.67
0.68
0.69
0.70
0.71
0.72
SHC
9.99
9.71
9.46
9.34
9.01
8.82
89.6
PI
0.80
0.81
0.82
0.83
0.85
0.86
PI
0.93
0.94
0.96
0.97
0.99
1.00
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
95
TC
8.95
10.45
11.66
12.20
13.39
13.89
SHC
10.30
9.98
9.69
9.56
9.20
8.98
104
PI
0.98
0.99
1.01
1.03
1.04
1.05
Symbol
DB : Dry Bulb Temperature
[°F]
WB : Wet Bulb Temperature
[°F]
TC : Total Capacity
[kBtu/h]
SHC : Sensible Heating Capacity
[kBtu/h]
PI : Power Input
[kW]
(Comp.+ indoor fan motor + outdoor fan motor)
Product Data
TC
9.69
11.30
12.61
13.20
14.48
15.03
TC
8.62
10.06
11.22
11.75
12.89
13.38
SHC
10.46
10.12
9.82
9.67
9.29
9.07
109.4
PI
1.04
1.06
1.07
1.09
1.10
1.12
TC
8.34
9.73
10.86
11.36
12.47
12.94
SHC
10.56
10.21
9.89
9.74
9.34
9.11
PI
1.07
1.09
1.11
1.13
1.14
1.16
Notes
1. All capacities are net, evaporator fan motor heat is deducted.
2.
Indicates nominal capacity.
3. Direct interpolation is permissible. Do not extrapolate
PTAC
40
YA Chassis
6RWU0-03B
Heating Capacity
UYH073ALE21(LP073HD2B)
Indoor Air
Temperature
DB°F
60.8
64.4
68.0
71.6
75.2
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
42.8
50
32
TC
5.89
5.71
5.54
5.34
5.15
PI
0.45
0.47
0.48
0.50
0.51
TC
6.85
6.64
6.40
6.21
5.99
PI
0.49
0.50
0.52
0.54
0.55
TC
7.42
7.18
6.97
6.72
6.49
59
PI
0.51
0.53
0.55
0.57
0.58
TC
8.19
7.93
7.69
7.41
7.16
PI
0.66
0.68
0.71
0.73
0.75
TC
10.49
10.16
9.86
9.50
9.17
PI
0.89
0.92
0.95
0.98
1.01
TC
13.82
13.38
12.98
12.51
12.08
PI
0.55
0.57
0.59
0.61
0.62
UYH093ALE31(LP093HD3B)
Indoor Air
Temperature
DB°F
60.8
64.4
68.0
71.6
75.2
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
42.8
50
32
TC
7.55
7.31
7.09
6.84
6.60
PI
0.58
0.60
0.62
0.64
0.66
TC
8.78
8.50
8.20
7.95
7.68
PI
0.63
0.65
0.67
0.69
0.71
TC
9.50
9.20
8.93
8.61
8.31
59
PI
0.71
0.73
0.76
0.78
0.80
UYH123ALE31(LP123HD3B)
Indoor Air
Temperature
DB°F
60.8
64.4
68.0
71.6
75.2
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
42.8
50
32
TC
9.94
9.63
9.34
9.01
8.70
PI
0.79
0.81
0.84
0.87
0.89
TC
11.56
11.20
10.80
10.47
10.11
Symbol
DB : Dry Bulb Temperature
[°F]
WB : Wet Bulb Temperature
[°F]
TC : Total Capacity
[kBtu/h]
PI : Power Input
[kW]
(Comp.+ indoor fan motor + outdoor fan motor)
41
PI
0.85
0.88
0.91
0.93
0.96
TC
12.52
12.12
11.76
11.34
10.95
59
PI
0.96
0.99
1.02
1.05
1.09
Notes
1. All capacities are net, evaporator fan motor heat is deducted.
2.
Indicates nominal capacity.
PTAC
Product Data
6RWU0-03B
YA Chassis
UYH153ALE31(LP153HD3B)
Indoor Air
Temperature
DB°F
60.8
64.4
68.0
71.6
75.2
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
42.8
50
32
TC
12.34
11.95
11.59
11.17
10.79
PI
1.10
1.14
1.17
1.21
1.25
TC
14.35
13.89
13.40
12.99
12.55
PI
1.19
1.23
1.27
1.31
1.35
TC
15.53
15.04
14.59
14.06
13.58
59
PI
1.25
1.29
1.33
1.38
1.42
TC
17.14
16.60
16.10
15.52
14.99
PI
0.68
0.70
0.73
0.75
0.77
TC
10.87
10.53
10.22
9.85
9.51
PI
0.88
0.91
0.94
0.97
1.00
TC
14.07
13.63
13.22
12.74
12.31
PI
1.34
1.38
1.43
1.47
1.52
UYH09EALE31(LP096HD3B)
Indoor Air
Temperature
DB°F
60.8
64.4
68.0
71.6
75.2
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
42.8
50
32
TC
7.83
7.58
7.35
7.09
6.84
PI
0.60
0.62
0.64
0.66
0.68
TC
9.10
8.81
8.50
8.24
7.96
PI
0.65
0.67
0.69
0.71
0.73
TC
9.85
9.54
9.26
8.92
8.61
59
PI
0.73
0.75
0.78
0.80
0.83
UYH12EALE31(LP126HD3B)
Indoor Air
Temperature
DB°F
60.8
64.4
68.0
71.6
75.2
Outdoor Air Temperature : DB°F
42.8
50
32
TC
10.13
9.81
9.52
9.17
8.86
PI
0.78
0.80
0.83
0.86
0.88
TC
11.78
11.40
11.00
10.67
10.30
Symbol
DB : Dry Bulb Temperature
[°F]
WB : Wet Bulb Temperature
[°F]
TC : Total Capacity
[kBtu/h]
PI : Power Input
[kW]
(Comp.+ indoor fan motor + outdoor fan motor)
Product Data
PI
0.84
0.87
0.90
0.92
0.95
TC
12.75
12.35
11.98
11.55
11.15
59
PI
0.95
0.98
1.01
1.04
1.07
Notes
1. All capacities are net, evaporator fan motor heat is deducted.
2.
Indicates nominal capacity.
PTAC
42
YA Chassis
6RWU0-03B
1.8 Electrical characteristics
Model
UYC073ALE21(LP073CD2B)
UYC093ALE31(LP093CD3B)
UYC123ALE31(LP123CD3B)
UYC153ALE31(LP153CD3B)
UYH073ALE21(LP073HD2B)
UYH093ALE31(LP093HD3B)
UYH123ALE31(LP123HD3B)
UYH153ALE31(LP153HD3B)
UYC09EALE31(LP096CD3B)
UYC12EALE31(LP126CD3B)
UYH09EALE31(LP096HD3B)
UYH12EALE31(LP126HD3B)
Unit
Hz
Voltage
Voltage range
208~230
Min : 187
Max : 253
265
Min : 239
Max : 292
60
Notes :
1. Voltage range Voltage supplied to the unit terminals should be
within the minimum and maximum range.
2. Maximum allowable voltage unbalance between phase is 2 %.
3. Select wire spec. based on the larger value of MCA.
4. LRA & RLA is measured during each individual compressor test
condition.
5. IFM & OFM is measured at unit test condition.
6. Recommended circuit breaker is ELCB (Earth Leakage circuit
breaker)
43
Power
MCA
MOP
14.9
15.0
19.5
20.0
19.5
20.0
19.5
20.0
14.9
15.0
19.5
20.0
19.5
20.0
19.5
20.0
17.9
15.0
17.9
15.0
17.9
15.0
17.9
15.0
Compressor
RLA
LRA
2.9
16.0
3.7
19.0
5.0
27.0
6.55
38.6
2.9
16.0
4.0
19.0
5.0
26.0
6.55
38.6
3.3
20.0
4.4
22.0
3.3
20.0
4.4
22.0
Motor FLA
IFM
OFM
0.36
0.36
0.36
0.36
0.36
0.36
0.36
0.36
0.36
0.36
0.36
0.36
0.36
0.36
0.36
0.36
0.36
0.36
0.36
0.36
0.36
0.36
0.36
0.36
MCA : Minimum Circuit Amperes (A)
MOP : Maximum rating over current protective device (A)
LRA : LRA Locked Rotor Ampere (A)
RLA : Rated Load Amperes (A)
OFM : Outdoor Fan Motor (W)
IFM : Indoor Fan Motor (W)
FLA : Full Load Amperes (A)
PTAC
Product Data
6RWU0-03B
YA Chassis
1.9 Operation range
46
(115°F)
Continuous
operation
21
(70°F)
Operative
12
(54°F)
1
(34°F)
Continuous
operation
Electric Heater
-20
(-4°F)
12(54°F)
30(86°F)
Indoor Unit [℃ (℉) DB]
Product Data
24
(75°F)
Warming up
Operation
Heating
Outdoor Unit [℃ (℉) DB]
Outdoor Unit [℃ (℉) DB]
Cooling
12(54°F)
30(86°F)
Indoor Unit [℃ (℉) DB]
PTAC
44
Control Device
6RWU0-03B
2. Control Device
2.1 Electronic Controls
The Electronic Controls and the panel display is as shown below.
FAN SPEED
• Every time you push this button, it cycles through the settings as follows:
{High(F2)) → Low(F1)) → High(F2)}
POWER
• To turn ON the air conditioner, push this button.
To turn OFF the air conditioner, push this button
again.
• This button takes priority over any other button.
MODE
- Push this button to cycle through the modes from
COOL → FAN → HEAT → COOL.
TEMPERATURE SETTING
- COOL
• Fan runs continually for normal cooling operation.
- ENERGY SAVER
• The fan stops when the compressor stops cooling.
Fan will turn ON when the unit reaches setting temperature
even though compressor does not turn on due to 3 minutes
delay operation.
• Use this button to automatically control the
temperature of the room.
The temperature can be set within a range of
54°F(12°C) to 86°F(30°C) by increments of
1°F(0.5℃).
• The setting temperature appears in the display.
- FAN
• Fan operation without heating or cooling.
- HEAT
• Fan runs continually for normal heating operation.
TIMER
- SHUT-OFF TIME
• You will usually use shut-off time while you sleep.
• If unit is running, use Timer to set number of hours until shut-off.
• For your sleeping comfort, once the time is set the desired temperature will rise 2°F after 30 minutes, and once again
after another 30 minutes
• Push Timer to cycle through the settings from 1 Hour → 2 Hours → ... → 12 Hours maximum.
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Control Device
• REMOVING THE FRONT GRILLE
Additional controls are available after removing the front grille and
option cover of control box.
To remove the front grille, pull out the bottom of front grille and
then lift up.
To reinstall the front grille, place the tabs over the top of the unit
and push the bottom of front grille until the clips snap into place.
• ADDITIONAL CONTROLS
The additional controls are located behind the option cover of control box. The standard settings will be in the OFF position.
The authorized service engineer has to check switches and ensure the switches are in the desired position.
Dip switch setting is done at factory according to product specification.
#6
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
#7
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
LOCAL OFF OFF OFF
REMOTE ON ON ON
1
2
3
4
ON
Unit Type
Cooling+Electric Heater+Heat Pump
Cooling+Electric Heater
Heat Pump Only
Cooling Only
OFF
ON
5
ON
ON
OFF
5
OFF
6
OFF
7
OFF
LOCAL OFF
1
2
Remote/Local
Energy Saver
Temperature Limit 1
Temperature Limit 2
Temperature Limit 3
PTAC/PTHP
UNIT TYPE
OFF
3
OFF
4
• TEMPERATURE LIMITING
Temperature Limiting can save money by limiting the lowest temperature for cooling and the highest temperature for heating.
The temperature limiting is controlled by switches #3 - #5.
This temperature limiting is not available with the Remote Wall Thermostat.
#3
#4
#5
Temperature
Limit #1
OFF
Temperature
Limit #2
OFF
Temperature
Limit #3
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Cooling Operation
Heating Operation
Lowest Temp.
Highest Temp.
Lowest Temp.
Highest Temp.
54°F (12.2°C)
86°F (30.0°C)
54°F (12.2°C)
86°F (30.0°C)
56°F (13.3°C)
86°F (30.0°C)
54°F (12.2°C)
84°F (28.9°C)
OFF
58°F (14.4°C)
86°F (30.0°C)
54°F (12.2°C)
82°F (27.8°C)
ON
OFF
60°F (15.5°C)
86°F (30.0°C)
54°F (12.2°C)
80°F (26.7°C)
OFF
OFF
ON
62°F (16.6°C)
86°F (30.0°C)
54°F (12.2°C)
78°F (25.5°C)
ON
OFF
ON
64°F (17.7°C)
86°F (30.0°C)
54°F (12.2°C)
76°F (24.4°C)
OFF
ON
ON
66°F (18.9°C)
86°F (30.0°C)
54°F (12.2°C)
74°F (23.3°C)
ON
ON
ON
68°F (20.0°C)
86°F (30.0°C)
54°F (12.2°C)
72°F (22.2°C)
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• Remote/Local Control
When remote/local switch #1 is on, it allows the unit to operate by the Remote Wall Thermostat.
The unit control by knobs are not applicable.
• Energy Saver
When the energy saver switch #2 is on, it allows the fan to provide continuous operation in cool or heat modes. When the
switch is off, it allows continuous circulation of room air to provide a balanced temperature in the room.
• Front Desk Control
When the pair wire is connected to the connector FD2 and FD1, the unit can be turned ON or OFF with a switch located at
the Front Desk Control panel. When the front desk switch is ON, the fan operates according to the setting without working
compressor and heater. When the front desk switch is OFF, the unit can operate according to the setting of controls.
Wire # AWG
#22
#20
#18
#16
Maximum Length
600 ft (180 m)
900 ft (270 m)
1500 ft (450 m)
2000 ft (610 m)
Front Desk Control
Front Desk Control
FD2 FD1 DR2 DR1 MS2 MS1
(Molex Housing Spec 396-06V)
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Control Device
Remote Wall Thermostat
When the wires are connected, the unit will be controlled by a remote wall thermostat.
The thermostat connections supply the 24 Volt AC. When you install the digital/electronic thermostat, you must set it to 24
Volt AC.
24 Volt-N
24 Volt-L
Compressor
Heater
Reversing Valve
High Fan
Low Fan
GL GH O
W
Y
R
C
(Molex Housing Spec 396-07V)
NOTE:
For wiring connection of Wall Thermostat, check the Installation instruction or Installation manuals
provided by thermostat company.
DISPLAY FUNCTION:
If the unit has a malfunction, a green OPERATION LED on the Display PCB indicates the errors.
Customer Notification:
If the customer has to register a complaint to the service center, they should provide clear information
about the problem so that the service provider prepared with the necessary tools when they arrive on site.
The LED indicator will flash for the following reasons:
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• Electrical Controls
Fault
Codes
Description of
Inspection
Cause of Error
Check Point
• Check the error after change sensor.
• Check the insertion of PCB Connector
Wafer.
CH 01
Indoor Air
The Indoor Air Thermistor Error occurs when
Thermistor Error the indoor temperature is ≤-35°C or ≥100°C.
CH 02
The Indoor Coil Thermistor Error occurs when • Check the error after change sensor.
Indoor Coil
the indoor pipe temperature is ≤-35°C or
• Check the insertion of PCB Connector
Thermistor Error
≥100°C.
Wafer.
CH 07
Themostat
Wiring Error
CH 09
The EEPROM Check Sum Errors occurs
EEPROM Check
when the original check sum and calculated
Sum Error
check sum do not match.
CH 10
CH 34
CH 44
CH 45
CH 67
The Thermostat Wiring Error has occurred if the
PTAC receives control commands that cannot be
driven from the Thermostat.
• Check the connection with Themostat
comparing with manual.
• Check the insertion of EEPROM.
• Unplug and plug the power code
• Check the insertion of BLDC Connector.
The Indoor Fan Error occurs when there is not • Check whether the output voltage between the
two terminals 4-5pins in CN-MOTOR-ODF is 15V.
feedback signal from Hall sensor located in
Indoor Fan Error BLDC Motor in 50 seconds delay time or
• Check whether the output voltage between
the two terminals 4-6pins is over 2V.
feedback signal lower than 50RPM (applied in
models using the BLDC Motor).
• Check whether the output voltage between
the two terminals 4-7pins is exist or not.
• Check the existence of short key between
The High Pressure Switch Error occurs when the
High Pressure
CN-PRESS.
high pressure switch opens for 65 milliseconds
Switch Error
• Check the insertion of PCB Connector Wafer.
more than 10 times in 1 hour.
Outdoor Air
The Outdoor Air Thermistor Error occurs when • Check the error after change sensor.
Thermistor Error the outdoor air temperature is ≤ -35°C or
• Check the insertion of PCB Connector
(PTHP Only)
≥100°C.
Wafer.
Outdoor Coil
The Outdoor Air Thermistor Error occurs when • Check the error after change sensor.
Thermistor Error the outdoor air temperature is ≤-35°C or
• Check the insertion of PCB Connector
(PTHP Only)
≥100°C.
Wafer.
• Check the insertion of BLDC Connector.
The Outdoor Fan Error occurs when there is • Check whether the output voltage between the two
terminals 4-5pins in CN-MOTOR-ODF is 15V.
no feedback signal from the Hall sensor
Outdoor Fan
located in BLDC Motor in 50 seconds delay
• Check whether the output voltage between
Error
the two terminals 4-6pins is over 2V.
time or feedback signal lower than 50RPM
(applied in models using the BLDC Motor).
• Check whether the output voltage between
the two terminals 4-7pins is exist or not.
Function
Description
Over heating Protection
This feature prevents the unit from overheating in heat
mode during remote thermostat operation
Freeze Protection
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This feature prevents the room from freezing due to
low temperatures
This code indicates the unit is operating in remote
mode
PTAC
Display code
OP
FP
°F
°F
°F
Product Data
Part 3 Design and Installation
1 General installation procedure ..........................................................51
2 Installation of unit ...............................................................................52
2.1 Safety precautions............................................................................................52
2.2 Points for explanation about operations ...........................................................52
2.3 Selecting installation site for the unit ................................................................52
2.4 Installation of Unit .............................................................................................56
2.5 Wall sleeve installation .....................................................................................58
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General Installation Procedure
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1. General Installation Procedure
Installation Procedure
Determination of work scope
Selection of suitable location
for unit
Remarks
……
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Installation of Wall sleeve
……
Installation of indoor unit
……
Drain pipe work
……
Insulation works
……
Fit Outer Grille
……
Transfer charge to customer
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Check and confirm required load calculation, model
selection etc…
The base or the foundation of the Air-Conditioner
should be firm and vibration proof and air-flow should
not be restricted on either side of the unit - front and
the back.
Check out the Wall opening to make sure the Wall
sleeve fits properly.
Check the size of the selected model and make sure
the fitting is made correctly.
Make sure the drain pipe is big enough and adjust it
to a downward gradient.
The Air-Conditioner supporting parts should secure
firmly to the wood, masonry and metal.
The Air Conditioner should be protected from
physical contact with animals or any external object.
Educate the customer or the operator on how
to operate the Air-Conditioner and the utility
of the manuals.
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Installation of unit
2. Installation of unit
2.1 Safety precautions
To prevent injury to the user or other people and property damage, the following instructions must be followed.
n Incorrect operation due to ignoring instructions will cause harm or damage. The seriousness is classified by the following
indications.
n Because of the weight of the product, it is recommended that you have a helper to assist in the installation.
WARNING
This symbol indicates the possibility of death or serious injury.
CAUTION
This symbol indicates the possibility of injury or damage to properties only.
n Meanings of symbols used in this manual are as shown below.
Be sure not to do.
Be sure to follow the instruction.
2.2 Points for explanation about operations
The items listed under the WARNING and CAUTION list in the operation manual are the items pertaining to possibilities for
physical injury and material damage in addition to the general usage of the product. Accordingly, it is necessary that you
make a full explanation about the described contents and also ask your customers to read the owners manual.
to the installer
Be sure to instruct customers how to properly operate the unit (especially cleaning filters, operating different functions and
adjusting the temperature) by having them carry out operations themselves while looking at the manual.
• Be sure to read this manual before installing the indoor unit.
• Entrust the duty of installation to the place of purchase or an authorized serviceman. Improper installation could lead to
damage of the product, physical injury , electric shock or fire.
• Use parts only provided along with the unit or parts satisfying required specifications.
Unspecified parts could cause the unit to fall out of place, or could lead to leaks and in the worst cases, electric shock or fire.
2.3 Selecting installation site for the unit
Select an installation site where the following conditions are fulfilled and that meet your customers approval.
1) Location should be strong enough to bear the weight of the unit.
2) Location should be accessible to inspection and service in future.
3) Location should allow suitable gradient for the drainage of water.
4) Location free from electrical noise.
5) Location allowing optimum air distribution without restricting air flow.
6) Location having no risk of flammable gas leakage.
7) Location free from any machinery emitting electromagnetic waves which may disturb the control system thus causing the
unit to malfunction.
8) Location should be free from flammable gases, carbon fiber or ignitable dust suspensions in the air or in areas where
volatile flames like gasoline and thinner are handled. Operating the unit in such conditions may lead to fire.
9) Finally conform to local rules and regulations for air conditioner installation.
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WARNING
Do not use a damaged power cord, plug or loose socket.
• Otherwise there is risk of fire or electric shock.
Always plug onto a grounded outlet.
• Otherwise there is risk of fire or electric shock.
Do not extend or modify the power cord length.
• Otherwise there is risk of fire or electric shock due to heat generation.
Do not install, remove or reinstall the unit by yourself.
• Otherwise there is risk of fire, electric shock, explosion or injury.
Be cautious when unpacking and installing the product.
• Sharp edges could cause injury. Especially be careful of the case edges and the fins on the condenser and evaporator.
Do not store or use flammable gas or combustibles near the Air-Conditioner.
• Otherwise there is risk of fire, explosion or failure of product.
Be sure the installation area does not deteriorate with time.
• If the base collapses then the Air- Conditioner might fall causing property damage, product failure and personal injury.
Do not place heavy object on the power cord and take care that the cord is not pressed.
• Otherwise there is a danger of fire or electric shock.
Do not share the outlet with other appliances.
• Otherwise there is a risk of fire or electric shock due to heat generation.
While unplugging, hold the head of the plug and do not touch it with wet hands.
• Otherwise there is a risk of fire or electric shock.
Do not place the power cord near a heater.
• Otherwise there is a risk of fire or electric shock.
Do not allow water to run into electric parts.
• Otherwise there is a risk of electric shock or failure of the unit.
Use a soft cloth to clean. Do not use wax, thinner or a strong detergent.
• Otherwise the appearance of the Air-Conditioner may deteriorate, change color or develop flaws on the surface.
Unplug the unit if any strange sound, odor or smoke comes out of it.
• Otherwise there is a risk of fire or electric shock.
Do not open the inlet grille of the product during operation.
• Otherwise it may cause electric shock and failure.
If water enters the product, turn off the power switch, remove the power plug from the socket and contact the
service center immediately.
• Otherwise it may cause electric shock and failure of the product.
Ensure proper ventilation in the room when using this appliance together with a stove.
• Otherwise there may be a shortage of oxygen.
Before cleaning the unit turn off the power to the unit.
• The fan blows at a high speed and may cause injury. Also the appliance may cause electric shock.
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Turn off the main power switch when the unit is not used for a long time.
• We can prevent accidental startup and thereby prevent injury.
Do not operate or stop the unit by inserting or pulling out the power plug.
• Otherwise it may cause electric shock or fire due to heat generation.
Do not use a damaged power cord and do not use an unspecified power cord.
• Otherwise it may cause electric shock or fire.
Do not operate the unit with wet hands or in a damp environment.
• Otherwise it may cause electric shock or fire.
Always hold the plug by the head while plugging or unplugging it onto the socket.
• Otherwise it may cause electric shock or it may damage the power cord.
When there is a gas leakage, open the windows for ventilation before operating the unit.
• There is a risk of fire or explosion.
Take care not to touch the metal parts of the Air-Conditioner while removing the filter.
• Presence of sharp metal parts may cause injury.
During installation and un installation always contact the dealer of an Authorized service center.
• Otherwise there is a risk of fire, electric shock, explosion or injury.
Be sure only to use those parts which are listed in the service parts list. Never attempt to modify the equipment.
• Use of parts not listed in the service list can cause an electrical shock, excessive heat generation or fire.
Safely dispose of the packing materials.
• Things like screws, nails, batteries, etc….can cause injury to a person. Take care to throw away the plastic packaging
bags so that children may not play with them.
Do not touch, operate or repair the product with wet hands.
• Otherwise there is a risk of electric shock or fire.
Do not allow water to run into electric parts. Install the unit away from water sources.
• Otherwise there is a risk of fire, electric shock or failure of the product.
Do not operate the product without front grille assembly (see below figure)
• Otherwise it may cause physical injury and failure of the product.
O
O
R
D
I
N
Front Grille
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CAUTION
Install the product in such a way that the noise or hot wind from the outdoor unit may not cause any disturbance to neighbors.
• Otherwise there may be disputes with neighbors.
During installation the unit should be level front-to-back and side-to-side.
• Otherwise it may cause vibration or water leakage.
Do not allow pets or house plants to have direct exposure to the airflow from the unit.
• Otherwise it may cause injury to them.
Do not block the flow of air into the inlet and the outlet.
• Otherwise it may lead to failure of the product.
Use a soft cloth to clean. Do not use wax, thinner or a strong detergent.
• Otherwise the appearance of the air conditioner may deteriorate, change color and develop flaws on the surface.
Do not step on the unit and do not place anything above it.
• Otherwise the unit may fall and cause personal injury.
Always place the filter securely and clean it every two weeks.
• Operation without filters may cause the unit to fail.
Do not drink water drained by the air-conditioner.
• The drained water contains contaminants and can make you sick.
Be cautious not to touch the sharp edges during installation.
• Otherwise it may cause injury.
Avoid excessive cooling and ventilate the room at times.
• Use the ventilation function to circulate air without cooling or heating.
Do not try to lift the unit alone.
• Avoid personal injury.
Do not install the product where it is exposed to sea wind (salt spray) directly.
• Otherwise it may corrode the product. Corrosion, particularly on the condenser and evaporator fins, could cause product
malfunction or inefficient operation.
Install the drain hose so as to ensure that the water is drained properly.
• Otherwise there might be water leakage.
Replace all the batteries in the remote control with new ones of the same type.
Do not mix old and new batteries or different type of batteries.
• Otherwise there is a risk of fire or explosion.
If the liquid from the batteries gets onto your skin or clothes, wash it well with clean water. Do not use the
remote controller if the batteries have leaked.
• Otherwise the chemicals in the batteries may cause burns or other health hazards.
Do not use the product for purposes such as preserving foods, works of art, etc…It is a consumer air conditioner not a precision refrigeration system.
• Otherwise there is risk of damage or loss to property.
Do not recharge or disassemble the batteries. Do not dispose off batteries in fire.
• Otherwise the batteries may burn or explode.
Do not clean the air conditioner using water.
• Water may enter the unit and degrade the insulation. Hence, it may cause an electric shock.
Ventilate well when used near a stove.
• Otherwise there may be a lack of Oxygen in the room.
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2.4 Installation of unit
The PTAC and its components are as shown below.
12
1
1
3
1
13
1
1
4
1
2
1
5
1
6
1
8
10
1
14
11
1
7
1
9
1. WALL SLEEVE
2. FRONT GRILLE
3. AIR FILTER
4. AIR INTAKE
5. AIR DISCHARGE
6. VERTICAL AIR DEFLECTOR
(HORIZONTAL LOUVER)
7. EVAPORATOR
8. CONTROL PANEL
9. POWER CORD
10. COMPRESSOR
11. BASE PAN
12. BRACE
13. CONDENSER
14. OUTDOOR GRILLE (ARCHITECTURAL GRILLE)
Use the correct wall sleeve and outdoor grille
This unit is designed to be installed in the insulated wall sleeve. When you place the unit into the existing sleeve, the wall
sleeve used to mount the new unit must be in good structural condition and have the outdoor grille that securely attaches to
the sleeve or the flange of the sleeve to secure the new air conditioner.
Remove the vertical deflectors in the existing grille to reduce condenser air recirculation that can cause inefficient cooling or
heating, or even cause product failure.
THE SLEEVE AND THE REAR GRILLE
(Available as an option)
VERTICAL AIR DEFLECTOR
(Horizontal Louver)
REAR GRILLE
(Aluminum Rear Grille)
SLEEVE ASSEMBLY
Architecture Rear Grille
AIR FILTER
I
N
D
O
O
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FRONT GRILLE
(Air Intake)
EXPANDED METAL GRILLE
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• There are sharp edges that can cause serious cuts.
• When lifting the air conditioner.
Use 2 people to life the air conditioner.(the unit is heavy)
1,066 mm
(42")
For existing sleeve, you should measure the wall sleeve
dimensions.
Install the new air conditioner according to these installation instructions to achieve the best performence. The wall sleeve used to
mount the new air conditioner must be in good structural condition
and have a rear grille that securely attaches to the sleeve or the
flange of the sleeve to secure the new air conditioner.
406 mm
(16")
349 mm
(13 3/4")
537mm(21")
• To avoid vibration and noise, make sure the unit is installed
securely and firmly.
1066 mm
(42")
When installing the sleeve, make certain there is nothing within
20’’ of the back of sleeve and front of front grille that would
interfere with heat radiation and exhaust air flow.
Insulation
• Before installation, check the insulation on the inner side of
the sleeve. If there is no insulation, place the insulation.
• Check the bottom corner’s joint gap of sleeve. If there is a
gap, fill it with putty.
406 mm
(16")
Joint Gap
349 mm
(13 3/4")
Wall opening 16-1/4"x42-1/4"
Recommended
To maintain the best performance of LG PTAC
1. An insulation strip must be attached. The insulation strip is provided with the box.
2. After assembly of unit with sleeve and front grille, the gap should be over 20” from
both sleeve and front grille. For assembly, refer to the diagram in the PTAC manual.
GRILLE
INSULATION
13-3/4"
WALL
COOLED
AIR
TOP VIEW
SLEEVE
HEAT
RADIATION
INTAKE
AIR
42"
ROOM
CABINET
1/4" Bubble
of the level
WALL
Over 20"
Installation Check Points:
1) Take out the insulation strip from the upper packing.
280 mm
(11")
2) Attach the insulation strip onto the rear upper side of the wall
sleeve.
Front
Over 20"
Insulation Strip
Sleeve
Rear
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2.5 WALL SLEEVE INSTALLATION
Wall Case Installation Data
General
Generally, units are installed 3" to 5" above the floor
(flush to finished floor installation is possible) as near to
the center of the room as possible; underneath a window or a glass panel is typical. Normal installation of
the wall case allows installation flexibility; from flush
with the finished interior wall to a minimum of 1/4" of the
wall case extending beyond the finished exterior of the
building.
Special consideration must be given to installations
where the wall case does not extend a minimum of 1/4"
beyond the finished exterior wall.
Regardless of the installation, there are several things
to consider when selecting a location for installing the
unit. For instance, drapery location could interfere with
air discharge, and placement of furniture may have an
impact on the performance of the unit. The following
information is intended to minimize installation problems and assure you of a trouble-free installation.
Refer to pages 60-61 for required wall opening dimensions. Minimum recommended interior and exterior
case projection for standard wall thicknesses are
shown in the drawings. The case may be installed flush
with the finished indoor wall.
framing, moving electrical outlets, and other expensive
modifications.
For existing construction it is important that carpentry,
masonry and electrical work be performed by competent, qualified personnel. Since installations in existing construction may involve removal of building
material from the structure, location of the wall
case must be precisely done.
42"
1/2" SQ. HOLE (2 REQ'D.)
13-
3
/4"
2-3/4"
1-1/2" TYP
1/2"
5-5/8"
16"
4"
6"
36"
21"
1/2" DIA.
HOLE (3 REQ'D.)
Wall opening 16-1/4"x42-1/4"
Mounting an outdoor grille or louver section to the building face may cause a space between the outdoor coil
and the louver section. Air splitters, aligned with the
ends of the outdoor coil, must be installed between the
outdoor coil inlet and outlet air streams. Gaps between
the outdoor coil and the louver section may allow condenser air recirculation and affect the operation of the
unit.
The wall case should be level from side to side
and from level to 1/4 bubble tilt to the outdoors.
The condensate disposal system in the unit is
designed to dissipate the condensate water generated during cooling operation in accordance
with ARI standards and actually uses this water
for maximum unit efficiency. A level unit will also
insure proper performance of the Internal
Condensate Removal (ICR) system optional on
heat pump units.
For new construction, early planning with the architect
is necessary. Unit location, electrical connection
locations, and wall openings of proper dimension are
essential to avoid the necessity of rework, fillers,
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The outside edge of the wall case should extend at least
1/4" beyond the outside wall.
This is necessary for proper caulking, to prevent sealing
thedrain holes in the rear flange of the wall case, and to
facilitate the installation of an accessory drain, if used.
Preparation of the front grille
Carefully remove shipping tape from the front grille.
The wall case should be level from side to
side and from level to 1/4 bubble tilt to the
outdoors. The condensate disposal system in
the unit is designed to dissipate the condensate water generated during cooling operation
in accordance with ARI standards and actually uses this water for maximum unit efficiency. A level unit will also insure proper performance of the Internal Condensate Removal
(ICR) system optional on heat pump units.
Shipping Tape
Brick, Frame, Stucco and Shingle
Construction
For new construction, the opening for the wall case should
be framed and inserted into the opening during construction. Lintels should be used when the building material is
heavy and is not self supporting (such as brick). The wall
case will fit an opening of six courses of standard brick or
five courses of jumbo brick. Wall framing in this type construction is normally on 16" centers and the wall case will fit
a framed opening spanning three 16" O.C. 2" x 4" stud
spaces.
For existing construction the indoor and outdoor wall will
need to be cut out, allowing for clearances of 1/8" on all
sides of the wall case. Work should begin on the inside wall.
Cut the correct dimensions and mark (using drill holes) the
outside wall from each corner of the inside cutout. Studding
that interferes with the opening must be removed and a suitable frame constructed to secure the wall case and provide
adequate support for case and chassis.
Preparation of the Wall Case for All Types of
Construction
As shipped, the LG wall sleeve is ready for installation.
Do not remove the stiffener from inside the wall case or the
weather closure panel from the outside face of the wall case
until the outdoor grille and chassis are ready to be installed.
Installation of Wall Case in Wall Opening
2. The wall case should be secured to the wall at both
sides.
Use a minimum of two screws or other fastening device
on each side. See Figure 2 page 60. Mark the wall case
on each side 2" from the bottom and 2" from the top at a
point where basic wall structure is located. Drill wall case
and use fasteners appropriate for wall construction. All
holes for fasteners in the side of the wall case must be at
least 2" up from the bottom of the wall case.
Never fasten screws or put other holes in the bottom
of the wall case.
If the wall opening is greater than the case dimensions,
spacers must be used on the sides between the wall
case and the wall support structure to prevent distorting
the wall case.
3. Caulk or gasket the entire opening on the outside
between the wall case and exterior wall surface (4 sides)
to provide total water and air seal.
4. Caulk or gasket room-side opening between wall case
and interior wall surface (4 sides). Opening beneath or
around the wall case can allow outdoor air to leak into the
room resulting in increased operating costs and improper
room temperature control.
Care should be taken in location of electrical supply
entry in relationship to wall sleeve to assure access to
receptacle or junction box once unit is installed.
1. Position the wall case into the wall. The room side edge of
the wall case should be at least flush with the finished wall
for line cord installations and permanent connection installations when no sub-base is used, and should project into the
room at least 2-3/8" when a sub-base is used. If the minimum exterior dimensions are not met, refer to page 60.
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WALL RECEPTACLE
(BY OTHERS)
2" MIN.
CAULK*
POWER SUPPLY
CONDUIT
OUTDOOR
GRILLE
STEEL LINTEL
CAULK*
1/4"
MIN.
WALL CASE
MOUNTING SCREWS
BY INSTALLER
20-7/8" (RAB71)
21"
(RAB77)
RAB71 13-3/4"
RAB77 13-7/8"
*Caulk around perimeter of wall case all four sides
where it joins the building - Interior and Exterior
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FINISHED FLOOR
OR TOP OF
CARPET
CAULK*
ROOM
CABINET
CAULK*
Cord Set Connected
FINISHED FLOOR
OR TOP OF
CARPET
3" MIN.
5" MAX.
FRAME AND BRICK VENEER INSTALLATION
WALL SECTION – DETAILED SIDE VIEW
3-11/16"
SIDE CHANNEL
WALL CASE
2" MIN.
MOUNTING SCREWS
BY INSTALLER
POWER SUPPLY CONDUIT
(ALTERNATE ENTRY)
CAULK*
SUB-BASE
(RAK204)
1-5/16"
ROOM
CABINET
CAULK*
2-3/8"
LINTEL
Sub-Base Connected
*Caulk around
perimeter of wall
case all four
sides where it
joins the building
- Interior and
Exterior .
OUTDOOR
GRILLE
CAULK*
1/4"
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• Unit Installation
1. Remove the shipping screw from the ventilation door.
2. Remove the front grille by pulling it out at the bottom
to release it, then lift it up along the unit top front.
3. Slide the unit into the wall sleeve and secure with
4 screws through the unit flange holes.
4. Reinstall the front grille by hooking the top over the
unit top, then pushing it in at the bottom.
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• Failure to follow this caution may result in
equipment damage or improper operation.
• Blocking indoor(curtain or bedclothes etc.) or
outdoor discharge air could cause premature
failure of unit.
• If there is a gap between the rear side of the
product and the outside wall, the air splitter need
to be used on unit.
Sleeve
Air Splitter
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ELECTRICAL SAFETY IMPORTANT (PLEASE READ CAREFULLY)
FOR THE USER'S PERSONAL SAFETY, THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE PROPERLY GROUNDED
The power cord of this appliance is equipped with a three-prong (grounding) plug.
Use this with a standard three-slot (grounding) wall power outlet to minimize the
hazard of electric shock. The customer should have the wall receptacle and circuit
checked by a qualified electrician to make sure the receptacle is properly grounded.
PREFERRED
METHOD
DO NOT CUT OR REMOVE THE THIRD (GROUND) PRONG
FROM THE POWER PLUG.
FUSE – Use a time - delay fuse or circuit breaker. Refer to the nameplate
for proper power supply requirements.
Ensure proper ground
exists before use
CAUTION
1. Do not use an extension cord with this unit.
2. When the unit is in the OFF position, the power supply to the electrical controls is still energized.
3. Disconnect the power to the unit before servicing the unit.
4. Remove the power cord from the wall receptacle.
5. Remove or turn off the protective device (fuses or circuit breaker).
Wirings including installation of the receptacle must comply with the NEC and local codes, local regulations.
FUSE- Use a time-delay fuse or circuit breaker. Refer to the nameplate for proper power supply requirements.
Use Wall Receptacle
Standard 208/230V, 3-wire
grounding receptacle rated 15A
Standard 208/230V, 3-wire
grounding receptacle rated 20A
Standard 208/230V, 3-wire
grounding receptacle rated 30A
Standard 265V grounding
receptacle rated 20A
Standard 265V grounding
receptacle rated 30A
Power Supply
Applied Model
Use 15 AMP. time
delay fuse or 15 AMP.
Circuit breaker.
Use 20 AMP. time
delay fuse or 20 AMP.
Circuit breaker.
(2500W Heater 15AMP.
Circuit Breaker)
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LP073CD2B, LP093CD3B,
LP123CD3B, LP153CD3B,
LP073HD2B, LP093HD3B,
LP123HD3B, LP153HD3B
Use 30 AMP. time
delay fuse or 30 AMP.
Circuit breaker.
-
Use 20 AMP. time
delay fuse or 20 AMP.
Circuit breaker.
LP096CD3B, LP126CD3B,
LP096HD3B, LP126HD3B
Use 30 AMP. time
delay fuse or 30 AMP.
Circuit breaker.
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Installation(for 60Hz)
Electric installation requirement for personal safety:
• This equipment must be properly connected to ground.
• Under no circumstances cut or break the grounder conductor.
• We recommend not to use an extension wire or any adaptor with this product.
• Follow the national or local electric codes.
• If the power supply does not fulfill the specifications previously mentioned, call an authorized electrician.
• The aluminum wired in the houses may bring about some problems, call an authorized electrician.
• This unit requires a separated power supply that works only for this application.
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Part 4 Accessories
1 Controller accessories .......................................................................65
1.1 Hard Wire Kit ....................................................................................................65
1.2 Wired Wall Thermostat Connection Kit.............................................................67
2 Mechanical accessories .....................................................................68
2.1 Control Panel Key Lock ....................................................................................68
2.2 Outer Grille .......................................................................................................69
2.3 Condensate Drain Kit .......................................................................................71
2.4 Leveling Legs ...................................................................................................73
2.5 Sub Base ..........................................................................................................74
2.6 Lateral Duct Accessory System .......................................................................76
2.7 Replacement Filter - 10 Pack ...........................................................................79
2.8 Wall Sleeve .......................................................................................................79
2.9 Remote Escutcheon Kit – 10 pack ...................................................................80
2.10 Vent Filter .......................................................................................................81
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1. Controller accessories
1.1 Hard Wire Kit
The Hard Wire kit consists of a Junction box which provides a
protective enclosure for the electrical connections. This junction box is furnished with approximately 2 - 1/2 feet of 1/2 inch
flexible steel conduit and a metal box that secures to the
PTAC at the control panel. The Hard Wire kit connects the
PTAC directly to the building power supply wires and the
junction box is intended to be mounted on the wall or the floor
near the PTAC.
Hardwire Kit
AYHW101
Installation Procedure:
The Installation and servicing of the equipment should be
performed by qualified and experienced personnel only.
1) At first, remove the cover plate from the junction box.
Then, mount the junction box on the wall or floor within 28
inches (711mm) from the lower right corner of the wall
sleeve so that the metal box is suitably clamped on the
side of the sleeve as shown on the right below.
2) If a power switch is to be used, make sure the electrical
connections are done and then mount the switch onto the
junction box. During this operation, refer to the Power
Switch Installation instructions.
3) Remove the control panel assembly by removing the two
screws holding the control panel in place and then gently
lift the panel. Disconnect the power cord leads from all
electrical connections including the ground wire.
4) Remove the power cord clamp and the power cord from
the unit.
Wall Sleeve
Ground Wie
with Eyelet
Terminal
Cover plate
Power Leads
with Push on
Connectors
28” Inches
Conduit
Metal Box
with Straight Clamp
Control Panel
Base Pan
Bracket
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5) Now for 208/230 volt units, remove and discard the white lead from the wire assembly. For 265 volt units, remove and
discard the red lead from the wire assembly.
* For 208/230 volt units and 265 volt units refer to notes given below.
6) Remove the retaining ring, which holds the threaded conduit and the metal box together, from the straight conduit clamp.
Insert the three wires into the metal box through one of the two openings in the box. Replace the hole cover grommet into
the unused hole to prevent objects from entering the box.
7) After inserting the wires, replace the retaining ring back on the conduit clamp inside the metal box and tighten the ring
securely so that it holds the conduit firmly.
8) The three wires extending from the metal box to the incoming power opening are inserted in such a way that approximately 20inches (508mm) of the wires protrude through the opening.
9) Attach the metal box to the chassis once again. Then, finally insert the wire tie into the 3/16 inch diameter located just
above the incoming power opening. Tie all wires together securely with the wire tie as shown in the figure below.
Right Side of Chassis
Wire Tie
3/16 Inch
Diamenter Hole
Electrical Supply Wires
Back of Control Panel
208 / 230 Volt Units
a) After removing the white lead from the wire assembly, connect the black lead to the line-2 terminal on the control board.
b) Connect the red lead to the common (C) terminal of the capacitor and then connect the ground wire to the partition panel
where the ground wire of the power cord was located earlier. For grounding, use the supplied ground screw (green color).
c) Then connect the red lead wire of the wire assembly at the junction box to the red lead of the field power source and similarly, connect the black lead of the wire assembly at the junction box to the black lead of the field power source. After that,
connect the ground wire from the field power source to the ground wire of the wire assembly at the junction box.
d) Install the junction box cover plate and reinstall the control panel assembly.
265 Volt Units
a) After removing the red lead from the wire assembly, connect the black lead to the center terminal of the fuse holder.
b) Connect the white lead to the common (C) terminal of the capacitor and then connect the ground wire to the partition
panel where the ground wire of the power cord was located earlier. For grounding, use the supplied ground screw (green
color).
c) Then connect the white lead wire of the wire assembly at the junction box to the white lead of the field power source and
similarly, connect the black lead of the wire assembly at the junction box to the black lead of the field power source. After
that, connect the ground wire from the field power source to the ground wire of the wire assembly at the junction box.
d) Install the junction box cover plate and reinstall the control panel assembly.
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1.2 Wired Wall Thermostat Connection Kit
Installation
The PTAC Wire Harness kit provides connection from terminal strip on the PTAC control board to the following board
features:
• Front Desk Control
• Remote Fan (relay must be manufacturer-approved and
have a AC low voltage coil)
• Remote Thermostat (confirm with manufacturer approved).
* If other than a "dry switch" is used in connecting these features, consult manufacturer before proceeding.
1. Disconnect power and remove the front panel per unit
installation instruction.
2. Choose the feature desired and insert the proper jumper
wire (included) into the appropriate slot on the housing.
3. Install the appropriate maleconnector header onto the
matching on-board female connector.
4. Connect the kit wiring to the field wiring using the wire
nuts (included). Route the kit wiring as shown in Figure 3.
Do not run wires through basepan or wall
The PTAC Wire Harness kit contains the following:
1. 7-pin connector for a thermostat connection
• C - Cormmon
• R - 24VAC
• Y - Compressor
• W - E/Heater
• O - Reversing Valve (only on PTHP)
• GH - High Speed Fan
• GL - Low Speed Fan
Figure 3
Note: If there is only one Fan connection(G), connect to
either GH or GL depending on desired fan speed.
Do not wire the thermostat to energize heat pump
and heat strips simultaneously as this will result in
a wiring error.
Figure 1
Wire Nuts (x7)
Wires (x7)
2. 6-pin connector for the following options
• FD1 – Front Desk Control
• FD2 – Front Desk Control
Figure 2
Wire Nuts (x2)
Wires (x2)
MS2
MS1
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2. Mechanical Accessories
2.1 Control Panel Key Lock
Door
Hinge Pins
(Each Side)
Brackets
(Each Side)
Control Panel Key Lock
AYCP101
Front
The Control Panel Key Lock Kit prevents tampering
with the controls used to set the temperature and
other Heating and Cooling functions.
Installation Procedure:
The Installation and servicing of the equipment should be performed by qualified and experienced personnel only.
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1) Remove the Front Grille from the unit by pulling at the bottom on both sides and then lifting upwards as shown in the
figure on the right.
2) Remove the existing cover assembly by lifting the cover
halfway, using both hands and then slightly pull the cover
hinge pins so that these pins slide out of the mating holes.
3) After removing the existing cover assembly, install the cover
assembly with the key lock by applying slight pressure with
both hands so that the cover hinge pins align properly onto
the bracket.
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2.2 Outer Grille
Outdoor Grilles are attached to the Wall Sleeve and exposed to the exterior Wall. These Grilles comes in industry standard
size of 42" x 16". These Grilles are of two types :
(a) Stamped Aluminum Grille
Stamped Aluminum Grille
AYRGALA01
and (b) Architecture Grille.
Aluminum
AYAGALA01A
Soft Dove
AYAGALC01A
Dark Bronze
AYAGALB01A
Installation Procedure:
The Installation and servicing of the equipment should be performed by qualified and experienced personnel only.
(a) Stamped Aluminum Grille.
1) Prepare the wall sleeve for installation of the Grille by removing the cardboard stiffener and rear enclosure panel from the
sleeve. These items may be removed from the inside of the room.
Note: The Sleeve stiffener must be taken out before the rear sleeve enclosure panel can be removed from the sleeve.
2) Prepare the stamped Aluminum Grille for installation on the sleeve by inserting the six plastic grommets into the square
holes located near the outer edges of all the four sides of the Grille. Now with the Grille positioned so that the flanges of
all the four sides are in the up position (at 90 degrees),
insert the grommets in the opposite direction so that their
square end protrudes through the grille through the
flanges. The Grille is installed in such a way that it could be
removed through the rear sleeve opening.
3) Install the stamped Aluminum Grille by aligning the guide
pins located in the lower right and left hand corners of the
Grille with the corresponding holes in the rear of the wall
sleeve.
4) Secure the Grille by threading each of the screws into the
plastic grommets.
5) Remove the wire handle from the center of the grille prior
to installing the chassis into the sleeve.
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(b) Architecture Grille.
1) Remove the cardboard stiffener and rear enclosure panel
from the sleeve. These items may be removed from the
inside of the room.
2) The Grille is installed in such a way that it could be
removed through the rear end of the sleeve.
3) Install the Grille by aligning the four screws supplied to
their corresponding holes in the architecture grille.
4) Secure the Grille to the sleeve by tightening the four
screws to their corresponding holes in the Grille.
5) Remove the wire handle from the center of the Grille prior
to installing the chassis into the sleeve.
The architectural design of a building may dictate the use of special or oversized louvers for aesthetic reasons. Louvers
other than standard LG exterior grilles may be used on the LG unit, however, these special louvers, or any special exterior
architectural treatments of the building facade that may restrict the free circulation of condenser airflow, should be referred
to LG Engineering for evaluation and approval. The following guidelines should be followed in selecting a louver:
1. The louver must have a minimum of 65% free area.
ASHRAE defines free area as the minimum area of the opening in an air inlet or outlet through which air can pass.
Percent (%) free area equals the X dimension divided by the Y dimension.
2. The louver should be attached to the wall case in a manner that will prevent recirculation of condenser discharge air into
the air inlet. If the louver is not attached directly to the wall case, a field-supplied splitter or gasket is required between the
chassis and the louver to prevent recirculation. It is important that the above criteria be followed since a louver that is too
restrictive or allows recirculation will reduce the unit’s capacity and efficiency, increase the electrical current draw, cause
intermittent operation due to the compressor overload protector shutting the compressor off, and cause failure of the compressor overload and shorten compressor life. Using the unit with a grille that is too restrictive or allows recirculation may
constitute improper installation and will void the unit's warranty. A scale drawing of the louver section should be
sent to LG Engineering Team. To assure the proper performance of the LG unit and comply with Underwriters
Laboratories requirements, it may be necessary to send a sample louver section (at least 16" x 42") to an independent
lab to be tested with the LG unit.
Sample Calculations
x
Free Area (%)= x 100 x= 1” y= 1.5”
y
1
F.A %=
x 100= 66.7%
1.5
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2.3 Condensate Drain Kit.
During the Heat Pump operation, condensate water inside
the unit drains out into the sleeve from the chassis. Such an
instance may also happen at times of high humidity during
the cooling operation. When normal drainage from the wall
sleeve is not possible or is undesirable, this condensate
drain kit can be used.
There are two types of condensate drain kits:
(a) Outdoor drain kit and
(b) Indoor drain kit.
Condensa te Drain Kit
AYDR101
Installation Procedure:
The Installation and servicing of the equipment should be
performed by qualified and experienced personnel only.
(a) Outdoor drain kit
Before installing the outdoor Grille, it must be determined if
the optional outdoor wall sleeve drain kit is to be installed.
The drain kit will allow the condensate from the outdoor and
indoor coils to be routed to a suitable area and the kit can
be installed so that the condensate can be drained from the
right or left hand side of the wall sleeve.
1) At first remove the rear enclosure panel and the sleeve
stiffener. These items may be removed from the inside of
the room.
2) The drain fitting can be installed either on the right or on
the left hand side of the sleeve. (Illustration is only for the
right hand installation) Insert the drain fitting in the opening of gasket A and hole of plate B. Secure this assembly
to the rear of the sleeve with two sheet metal screws into
holes G in the sleeve as shown in the figure on the right.
PLATE "B"
G
DRAIN FITTING
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3) Locate the other gasket A on the back of the bank off plate and
secure the assembly to the left rear of the wall sleeve with sheet
metal screws provided.(refer to figure on the right)
If the unit is to be installed right away, install the condenser grille to
the wall sleeve with the hardware provided. See the condenser grille
installation instructions.
If the unit is not to be installed right away, replace the rear enclosure
panel in the wall sleeve. This will help protect the inside of the building from weather damage.
BLANK-OFF PLATE
SHEET METAL SCREWS
And if a subbase is used, be sure to remove the right hand subbase cover before installation of the chassis into the sleeve.
Then finally, slide the chassis into the wall sleeve until it comes in contact with the flanges.
(b) Indoor drain kit.
The internal drain kit is installed when the condensate is to be drained into the drain system inside the building. This drain
kit is installed on the bottom of the wall sleeve. The components of this kit are shown in the figure below :-
See Detail A
Sleeve overflow port
Do not close up this port
Gasket (2)
Blank-off Plate (2)
(4) Mounting Screws
Gasket
Wall Sleeve Bottom
Cover
Plate
1/2" Outdoor Drain Fitting
Detail A
MTG. Screws (2)
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1) The components D, E and the drain fitting of the kit are mounted on the bottom of the wall sleeve prior to the installation of
the sleeve. When a subbase is not used, a suitable area on
the bottom of the sleeve is selected which is inside the room.
And when a subbase is installed, the drain should be installed
at a minimum of 3 – 1/2 inches from the front flange of the wall
sleeve. A minimum clearance should be provided for the subbase as shown in the figure on the right.
2) Cut out the template in the lower right hand corner of the
sleeve to locate the field drilled holes. See detail A on the last
page on how the components have to be installed after the
holes are drilled in the bottom of the wall sleeve. If the drain
fitting is not connected to an indoor drainage system immediately after the wall sleeve is installed, then it must be
plugged with a cork to prevent indoor water spilling in case of rain.
An indoor tube or hose must be installed on the drain fitting and inter connected to the drain system inside the building.
Install the two blank off plates C and gaskets A on the outdoor portion(flange) of the wall sleeve as shown in the figure on
the last page. These components may be installed after the wall sleeve is secured in the wall opening just prior to the installation of the condenser grille and chassis.
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2.4 Leveling legs
Leveling Leg Accessory Kits include two leveling legs as
well as two mounting screws.
They are constructed of formed sheet metal and are
engineered to provide accurate leveling and support for
PTAC units which do not utilize the optional subbase.
They are adjustable from 3 1/4” to 5 1/2”. See Figure 1.
IMPORTANT: Installer is responsible for complying with all building and
National Electrical Codes.
Step 1 - Locate Leveling Legs flush with the front of the
Wall Sleeve. See Figure 2.
Step 2 - Using the Leveling Leg as a template, drill a 1/8”
diameter hole for each leg in opposite sides of
the Wall Sleeve.
Step 3 - Adjust Leveling Legs to the approximate height
required and install them with the screws provided. Do not over tighten screws.
Step 4 - Level the Wall Sleeve horizontally from side-toside.
Then provide a slight slope (1/4 bubble in the
sight glass) toward the exterior of the building.
Do not allow sleeve to slope toward the room.
FIGURE 1
Leveling Leg Accessory Kit
AYLL101A
Wall Sleeve
Step 5 - Install PTAC unit. Check again to make sure
sleeve is still sloping toward the outside.
Adjust Leveling Legs as needed to ensure slope
as explained in Step 4. Connect power to the
unit.
Leveling Leg
FIGURE 2 - Leveling Leg Installed on Wall Sleeve
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2.5 Subbase
The Subbase provides an enclosure for an electrical receptacle, power switch and a circuit breaker. Electrical connections
to the power supply from the unit are made inside the subbase. In addition, the subbase provides structural support to the
Wall Sleeve and to the weight of the PTAC unit .
The Subbase kit consists of two leveling legs for sleeve support and an accurate unit for leveling during installation. Also,
the subbase is pre-wired and is grounded by means of a grounding screw.
Part No.: AYSB1101(230/208V 20A)
AYSB2101(230/208V 30A)
AYSB3101(265V 20A)
Figure 1
Note: When using a subbase, the wall sleeve must be installed at a minimum height of 3 – 1/4 inches (83mm) above a finished
floor and at a minimum distance of 2 – 3/4 inches(70mm) from a finished wall.
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Installation Procedure:
Inside Wall
1. Disconnect all power to unit.
2. Mark the hole location on sleeve then drill 1/8in holes.
See Fig. 2 for hole dimensions on sleeve.
3. (Optional) Adjustable side extension panels can be
attached to cover open space left between subbase and
wall.
4. Attach side extension panels to subbase using one black
screw on each side so that panel end extends dimensions from the subbase.
5. Bring power into the subbase electrical junction box using
one of the knockouts for conduit connections.
1/8” Hole
SIDE VIEW OF WALL SLEEVE
1 3/16 ”
1/2”
Figure 2
6. Take electrical junction box cover off and use field supplied wire nuts to connect power to receptacle wires. See
Figure 3.
Field Wiring
Line Voltage
NEMA 6-20R
Receptacle
NEMA 7-20R
Receptacle
NEMA 6-30R
Receptacle
NEMA 7-30R
Receptacle
230/208 VAC Field Schematic
Field Wiring
Line Voltage
265 VAC Field Schematic
Figure 3
7. Attach subbase to wall sleeve. Subbase has side tabs for mounting the subbase to sleeve. Be sure hole on the side tab is
lined up with the pre drilled hole on side of sleeve. Once holes are aligned, attach subbase to sleeve with one one screw
on each side. See Figure 4.
8. Level subbase flush with floor by adjusting leveling bolts beneath each end of subbase.
9. Remove the right access cover from the subbase and plug the power cord into receptacle. Route power cord out of subbase through cord notch in subbase.
10. Restore power to unit.
Insulation
Electrical Subbase
Wall Sleeve
Leveling Bolt
Adjustable Side
Extension Panel (2)
Access Covers
Leveling bolt
Attachment screw
subbase to Wall sleeve(2)
Attachment screw
subbase to side panel(2)
Figure 4
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2.6 Lateral Duct Accessory System
The lateral duct accessory system allows one unit to heat or cool two rooms and can be installed for left or right side duct application.
Pre-Installation
Things to take into consideration before installation
• Extension duct maximum length is 4 feet.
• Duct cannot contain any bends or turns
• Recommended: minimum of 6inches of
clearance between unit and adjoining wall.
• Provisions must be made for return air
from the adjoining room.
Front Grille
Plenum
Extension Duct
Screws
Wall Register
Wall Trim adapter
Brackets
Lateral Duct System AYLD1A
General
The lateral Duct Accessory Kit allows one PTAC unit to heat
or cool two rooms. The kit mounts to the wall sleeve and
can be installed for either right or left side duct applications.
The amount of air that can be diverted to an adjoining room
is adjustable from 20 to 30 percent. (See Table 1)
Baffle position
Unit front
Adjacent room
Position 1(factory default)
80%
20%
Position 2
75%
25%
Position 3
70%
30%
1/2”
Inside Wall
2”
Installation
1 3/16
”
2”
1. Mark hole location to drill 1/8inch 3 holes in wall
sleeve.(see Fig1.)
2. Drill 1/8inch 3 holes.
SIDE VIEW OF WALL SLEEVE
Figure 1
Remove Air Discharge Grille from Front Panel
1. Remove the front panel by firmly grasping the bottom on
both sides, pull forward and then upward to release the
latches.
2. Remove discharge grille by removing four screws from
inside of front panel.
R
O
O
I
N
D
3. Replace front panel.
Screw
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Install the Extension Duct
1/8”
1. Temporarily secure plenum to left and right support
brackets that were previously installed.
2. Measure and cut a 3 3/4 in. X 7 1/8 in. hole through adjacent wall(fig.2)
3. Install wall trim adapter. Double-sided tape works well.
4. Now measure from mounting hole in support bracket to
wall suface of adjacent room.
5. From ftanged end of the extension duct measure to the
length from above.
6. Cut the extension duct. Note: Final length of duct may be
flush with the wall or up to 1/2 inch short.
7. Trim insulation 1 1/2 in. for the installation of wall register
as illustrated.
8. Mount extension duct by sliding it into installed wall trim
adapter, secure ftanged with provided scews.
X
TOP
WALL
1/8”
3 3/4” X 7 1/8”
CUTOUT OPENING
Y
Install Plenum to Unit
FLANGE END
1. Using provided screws, install end cap on plenum.
2. Line up the plenum to the extension duct and support
bracket secure with provided screws.
Filter Cleaning
1. To clean unit filters remove the transition duct
Filter
2. To remove transition duct remove two screws from the
end of duct.
Removable
Transition Duct
Plenum assembly
Screws
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2.7 Replacement Filter ( 10 Pack )
The unit is provided with two easy-to-use replaceable mesh
filters which can be cleaned periodically from time to time.
Replacement Filter 10-Pack
AYFT110
2.8 Wall Sleeve
This Wall Sleeve comes in industry standard size of
42" x 16"
These Wall Sleeves are fitted firmly onto the wall. The Air
Conditioner unit is slid onto it and held firmly to position by
this Wall Sleeve which acts as its support. Installation of a
wall sleeve allows flexibility to the PTAC unit.
Installation Procedure:
42" Wall Sleeve
AYSVB01A
The Installation and servicing of the equipment should be
performed by qualified and experienced personnel only.
1) For installing the Wall Sleeve, a wall opening 42 x 16 –
1/4 x 13 – 3/4 inch required.
For Details please refer to the Design and Installation part for
installation of the Wall Sleeve.
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2.9 Remote Escutcheon Kit
3. Lift the cabinet front off the chassis.
4. Lift the front edge of the escutcheon as shown in figure 4.
This kit provides an attractive replacement escutcheon,
(see Figure 1). The kit allows the removal of control pads
and graphics, which are not required when a wall thermostat is used to control the unit.
Figure 3
Figure 1 - Standard Escutcheon
5. Replace the standard escutcheon with new one from
control panel.
Escutcheon AYEK101
Figure 4
Figure 2
Escutcheon
Lift off
1. Grasp the cabinet front as shown in Figure 2.
2. Pull the bottom of the cabinet front away from the chassis
until the retaining clips disengage as in Figure 3.
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2.10 Vent Filter
The Vent filter is used to filter the air flowing inside the
room when Air Ventilation is performed by means of the
ventilation lever.
Installation Procedure:
The Installation and servicing of the equipment should be
performed by qualified and experienced personnel only.
Before cleaning the vent filter, disconnect power to the unit
by unplugging the power cord at the wall outlet or subbase,
or disconnect power at the fuse box or circuit breaker. If
unit is operated with vent door closed, the vent filter does
not need to be cleaned.
Figure A – Vent (Left side of unit)
1. Remove the cabinet front grille as described in Front
Grille Removal.
2. Remove the 4 screws securing the chassis to the wall
sleeve with a Phillips-Head screwdriver.
3. Slide the chassis out of the wall sleeve far enough so
that the vent filter is accessible as shown in Figure A.
4. Remove the vent filter by unscrewing the two screws at
the top of the filter and gently pulling the filter away from
the partition panel. Refer to Figure B.
5. Clean and replace the filter by reattaching the hook to
the bottom of the vent door and replacing the two
screws, slide the chassis back into the wall sleeve,
secure it in place with 4 screws and reinstall the front
cabinet.
Figure B – Vent Filter Removal
Note:
Vent filter supplied as SVC Part not as an accessories
part. Vent Filter can requested by Part Number
5230A20016A
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P/No.: MFL67884604
Air Conditioner
20 Yeouido-dong, Yeongdeungpo-gu,
Yeouido P.O.Box 335 Seoul,
150-721, Korea.
http://www.lgeaircon.com
All rights reserved
Printed in Korea June/2014
The specifications, designs, and
information in this brochure are subject to
change without notice.
The air conditioners manufactured by LG have received ISO9001 certificate for
quality assurance and ISO14001 certificate for environmental management system.
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