Mitsubishi Electric City Multi PEFY-P200VMH-E Service manual

Multiple Split type Air-Conditioners
TECHNICAL & SERVICE MANUAL
Series PEFY Ceiling Concealed (Fresh Air Intake type)
<Indoor unit>
Models
PEFY-P80VMH-E-F
PEFY-P140VMH-E-F
PEFY-P200VMH-E-F
PEFY-P250VMH-E-F
CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ·························1
1. FEATURES ···········································3
2. PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS ········4
3. SPECIFICATION ···································6
4. OUTLINES AND DIMENSIONS············8
5. WIRING DIAGRAM ·····························10
6. REFRIGERANT SYSTEM DIAGRAM ····12
7. TROUBLE SHOOTING ·······················13
8. DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE ···········16
INDOOR UNIT
For use with the R410A & R407C & R22
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1. Before installation and electric work
s Before installing the unit, make sure you read all the
“Safety precautions”.
s The “Safety precautions” provide very important
points regarding safety. Make sure you follow them.
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s This equipment may cause the adverse effect on the
same supply system.
s Please report to or take consent by the supply authority before connection to the system.
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Symbols used in the text
Warning:
Describes precautions that should be observed to prevent danger
of injury or death to the user.
Caution:
Describes precautions that should be observed to prevent damage
to the unit.
Symbols used in the illustrations
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: Indicates an action that must be avoided.
: Indicates that important instructions must be followed.
: Indicates a part which must be grounded.
•
: Indicates that caution should be taken with rotating parts. (This
symbol is displayed on the main unit label.) <Color: Yellow>
: Beware of electric shock (This symbol is displayed on the main
unit label.) <Color: Yellow>
Warning:
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Carefully read the labels affixed to the main unit.
Warning:
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Ask the dealer or an authorized technician to install the air conditioner.
- Improper installation by the user may result in water leakage, electric shock, or fire.
Install the air unit at a place that can withstand its weight.
- Inadequate strength may cause the unit to fall down, resulting in
injuries.
Use the specified cables for wiring. Make the connections securely so that the outside force of the cable is not applied to the
terminals.
- Inadequate connection and fastening may generate heat and cause
a fire.
Prepare for typhoons and other strong winds and earthquakes
and install the unit at the specified place.
- Improper installation may cause the unit to topple and result in
injury.
Always use an air cleaner, humidifier, electric heater, and other
accessories specified by Mitsubishi Electric.
- Ask an authorized technician to install the accessories. Improper
installation by the user may result in water leakage, electric shock,
or fire.
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Never repair the unit. If the air conditioner must be repaired,
consult the dealer.
- If the unit is repaired improperly, water leakage, electric shock, or
fire may result.
Do not touch the heat exchanger fins.
- Improper handling may result in injury.
If refrigerant gas leaks during installation work, ventilate the
room.
- If the refrigerant gas comes into contact with a flame, poisonous
gases will be released.
Install the air conditioner according to this Installation Manual.
- If the unit is installed improperly, water leakage, electric shock, or
fire may result.
Have all electric work done by a licensed electrician according
to “Electric Facility Engineering Standard” and “Interior Wire
Regulations”and the instructions given in this manual and always use a special circuit.
- If the power source capacity is inadequate or electric work is performed improperly, electric shock and fire may result.
Keep the electric parts away from water (washing water etc.).
- It might result in electric shock, catching fire or smoke.
Securely install the cover of control box and the panel.
- If the cover and panel are not installed properly,dust or water may
enter the outdoor unit and fire or electric shock may result.
When installing and moving the air conditioner to another site,
do not charge it with a refrigerant different from the refrigerant
specified on the unit.
- If a different refrigerant or air is mixed with the original refrigerant,
the refrigerant cycle may malfunction and the unit may be damaged.
If the air conditioner is installed in a small room, measures
must be taken to prevent the refrigerant concentration from
exceeding the safety limit even if the refrigerant should leak.
- Consult the dealer regarding the appropriate measures to prevent the safety limit from being exceeded. Should the refrigerant
leak and cause the safety limit to be exceeded, hazards due to
lack of oxygen in the room could result.
When moving and reinstalling the air conditioner, consult the
dealer or an authorized technician.
- If the air conditioner is installed improperly, water leakage, electric shock, or fire may result.
After completing installation work, make sure that refrigerant
gas is not leaking.
- If the refrigerant gas leaks and is exposed to a fan heater, stove,
oven, or other heat source, it may generate noxious gases.
Do not reconstruct or change the settings of the protection
devices.
- If the pressure switch, thermal switch, or other protection device
is shorted and operated forcibly, or parts other than those specified
by Mitsubishi Electric are used, fire or explosion may result.
To dispose of this product, consult your dealer.
Do not use a leak detection additive.
2. Precautions for devices that use
R410A or R407C refrigerant
Caution:
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Do not use the existing refrigerant piping.
- The old refrigerant and refrigerator oil in the existing piping contains a large amount of chlorine which may cause the refrigerator
oil of the new unit to deteriorate.
Use refrigerant piping made of C1220 (Cu-DHP) phosphorus
deoxidized copper as specified in the *JIS H3300 “Copper and
copper alloy seamless pipes and tubes”. In addition, be sure
that the inner and outer surfaces of the pipes are clean and
free of hazardous sulphur, oxides, dust/dirt, shaving particles,
oils, moisture, or any other contaminant.
- Contaminants on the inside of the refrigerant piping may cause
the refrigerant residual oil to deteriorate.
*JIS: Japanese Industrial Standard
Store the piping to be used during installation indoors and keep
both ends of the piping sealed until just before brazing. (Store
elbows and other joints in a plastic bag.)
- If dust, dirt, or water enters the refrigerant cycle, deterioration of
the oil and compressor trouble may result.
Use ester oil, ether oil or alkylbenzene (small amount) as the
refrigerator oil to coat flares and flange connections.
- The refrigerator oil will degrade if it is mixed with a large amount of
mineral oil.
Use liquid refrigerant to fill the system.
- If gas refrigerant is used to seal the system, the composition of
the refrigerant in the cylinder will change and performance may
drop.
Do not use a refrigerant other than R410A or R407C.
- If another refrigerant (R22, etc.) is used, the chlorine in the refrigerant may cause the refrigerator oil to deteriorate.
Use a vacuum pump with a reverse flow check valve..
- The vacuum pump oil may flow back into the refrigerant cycle and
cause the refrigerator oil to deteriorate.
Do not use the following tools that are used with conventional
refrigerants.
(Gauge manifold, charge hose, gas leak detector, reverse flow
check valve, refrigerant charge base, vacuum gauge, refrigerant recovery equipment)
- If the conventional refrigerant and refrigerator oil are mixed in the
R410A or R407C, the refrigerant may deteriorated.
- If water is mixed in the R410A or R407C, the refrigerator oil may
deteriorate.
- Since R410A or R407C does not contain any chlorine, gas leak
detectors for conventional refrigerants will not react to it.
Do not use a charging cylinder.
- Using a charging cylinder may cause the refrigerant to deteriorate.
Be especially careful when managing the tools.
- If dust, dirt, or water gets in the refrigerant cycle, the refrigerant
may deteriorate.
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FEATURES
Series PEFY Ceiling Concealed
Indoor unit
Models
3
Cooling capacity/Heating capacity
kW
PEFY-P80VMH-E-F
9.0 / 8.5
PEFY-P140VMH-E-F
16.0 / 15.1
PEFY-P200VMH-E-F
22.4 / 21.2
PEFY-P250VMH-E-F
28.0 / 26.5
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PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
● Indoor (Main) Unit
Air outlet
Air inlet
● Remote controller
[PAR-20MAA]
● Once the controls are set, the same operation mode can
be repeated by simply pressing the ON/OFF button.
[Operation buttons]
CENTRALLY CONTROLLED
ON
1Hr.
OFF
˚C
CLOCK
CHECK
˚C
STAND BY
DEFROST
1
ERROR CODE
TEMP.
NOT AVAILABLE
FILTER
CHECK MODE
TEST RUN
FUNCTION
ON/OFF
B
2
FILTER
3
CHECK TEST
PAR-20MAA
A
0
TIMER SET
C
4 5 6 87 9
[Room temperature adjustment] Button
[Timer/continuous] Button
[Selecting operation] Button
[Time selection] Button
[Time-setting] Button
5 [Louver] Button
6 [Fan speed adjustment] Button
1
2
3
4
7
8
9
0
A
B
C
[Up/down airflow direction] Button
[Ventilation] Button
[Checking/built-in] Button
[Test run] Button
[Filter] Button
[ON/OFF] Button
Position of built-in room temperature
•Never expose the remote controller to direct sunlight. Doing so can result in the erroneous measurement of room temperature.
•Never place any obstacle around the lower right-hand section of the remote controller. Doing so can
result in the erroneous measurement of room temperature.
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[Display]
DC B
A UT Q S
CENTRALLY CONTROLLED
ON
E
F
1Hr.
OFF
˚C
CLOCK
CHECK
ERROR CODE
NOT AVAILABLE
TEMP.
G
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
5
FILTER
CHECK MODE
TEST RUN
FUNCTION
˚C
STAND BY
DEFROST
ON/OFF
H
Current time/Timer
Centralized control
Timer ON
Abnormality occurs
Operation mode: COOL, DRY,
Preparing for Heating mode
Defrost mode
Set temperature
Power ON
Louver
Not available function
Ventilation
Function setting mode
Test run mode
Error check mode
Filter sign
Set effective for 1 hr.
Sensor position
Room temperature
Airflow
Fan speed
I KL J
AUTO,
FAN,
HEAT
R
P
O
N
M
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SPECIFICATION
3-1. Specification
PEFY-P80VMH-E-F
Power source
❇1
❇1
❇1
❇1
Cooling
Heating
Cooling
Heating
Cooling capacity
Heating capacity
Power consumption
(50/60Hz)
Current
(50/60Hz)
kW
BTU/h
kW
BTU/h
kW
kW
A
A
PEFY-P140VMH-E-F PEFY-P200VMH-E-F PEFY-P250VMH-E-F
~ 220-240V 50Hz / ~ 208-230V 60Hz
9.0
16.0
30,700
54,580
8.5
15.1
29,000
51,520
0.16/0.21
0.29/0.33
0.16/0.21
0.29/0.33
0.67/0.91
1.24/1.48
0.67/0.91
1.24/1.48
External finish
Galvanizing
Height
Width
Depth
Dimension
Net weight
Heat exchanger
Type
Airflow rate
Fan
3
External
static pressure
(Low/Mid/High)
Type
Output
Air filter (option)
kW
Refrigerant
pipe dimension
80,140 : Flare
200,250 : Brazing
mm
mm
mm
kg
m /min
Pa
Pa
Pa
Pa
Motor
(
)
Gas
mm
Liquid
mm
Drain pipe dimension
Noise level
(Low/Mid/High)
3N~ 380-415V 50Hz / 60Hz
22.4
28.0
76,400
95,500
21.2
26.5
72,300
90,400
0.34/0.42
0.39/0.50
0.34/0.42
0.39/0.50
0.58/0.74
0.68/0.86
0.58/0.74
0.68/0.86
❇2
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
380
1000
1200
900
50
470
1250
1120
100
70
Cross fin (Aluminum plate fin and copper tube)
Sirocco fan ✕ 1
Sirocco fan ✕ 2
9.0
18.0
28.0
35.0
35/85/170
35/85/170
–
–
208V
208V
40/115/190
50/115/190
220V
220V
140/–/200
380V
380V
110/–/190
50/130/210
60/130/220
230V
230V
400V
150/–/210
400V
120/–/200
80/170/220
100/170/240
240V
240V
415V
160/–/220
415V
130/–/210
Single phase induction motor
3-phase induction motor
0.09
0.14
0.20
0.23
Synthetic fiber unwoven cloth filter (long life)
ø 15.88 (R410A)
ø 19.05 (R410A)
ø 22.2 (R410A)
ø 15.88
ø 28.58 (R22,R407C)
ø 19.05 (R22,R407C)
ø 25.4 (R22,R407C)
ø 9.52 (R410A)
ø 9.52
ø 12.7 (R22,R407C)
32 (1-1/4 inch)
27/38/43
28/38/43
208, 220V
208, 220V
380V
39/–/42
380V
40/–/44
230, 240V
230, 240V
400V
40/–/43
400V
40/–/45
33/43/45
34/43/45
415V
40/–/44
415V
41/–/46
Note: ❇ 1 Cooling/Heating capacity indicates the maximum value at operation under the following condition.
Cooling : Indoor 33˚CDB/28˚CWB,Outdoor 33˚CDB
Heating : Indoor 0˚CDB/-2.9˚CWB,Outdoor 0˚CDB/-2.9˚CWB
❇ 2 It is measured in anechoic room.
a). The cooling and heating capacities are the maximum capacities that were obtained by operating in the above air conditions
and with a refrigerant pipe of about 7.5m.
b). The actual capacity characteristics vary with the combination of indoor and outdoor units. See the technical information.
c). The operating noise is the data that was obtained by measuring it 1.5m from the bottom of the unit in an anechoic room.
(Noise meter A-scale value)
d). The figures of Electrical characteristic of P80 and P140 models indicate at 220V and at middle external static pressure,
electrical characteristic of P200 and P250 models indicate at 440V and at high external static pressure.
e). When the 100% fresh air indoor units are connected, the maximum connectable indoor units to 1 outdoor unit are as follows.
Heat pump models
110%(100% in case of heating below-5˚C)
Cooling only
110%
f ). Operational temp range is cooling : from 21˚CDB/15.5˚C WB to 43˚CDB/35˚CWB.
Heating : from -10˚CDB to 20˚CDB
✻Thermo off (Fan) operation automatically starts either when temperature is lower than 21˚CDB in cooling mode or when
the temperature exceeds 20˚CDB in heating mode.
g ). As the room temp is sensed by the thermo in the remote controller or the one in the room, be sure to use ether remote
controller or room thermo.
h ). Dry mode is Not available. Fan mode operation during the thermo off in Cooling/Heating mode.
i ). The fan would temporarily stops either with R2/WR2 system or in defrost.
j ). In any case, the air flow rate should be kept lower than 110% of the above chart.Please see “ Fan curves “ for the details.
k ). When this unit is used as sole A/C system, be careful about the dew in air outlet grilles in cooling mode.
l ). Un-conditioned outdoor air such as humid air or cold air blows to the indoor during thermo off operation.
Please be careful when positioning indoor unit air outlet grilles, ie take the necessary precautions for cold air, and also
insulate rooms for dew condensation prevention as required.
m). Air filter must be installed in the air intake side.The filter should be attached where easy maintenance is possible in case of
usage of field supply filters.
n ). Long life filter cannot be used with Hi-efficiency filter together.
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3-2. Electrical parts specifications
Model
Parts
name
Tranrsformer
Symbol
PEFY-P80VMH-E-F
PEFY-P140VMH-E-F
PEFY-P200VMH-E-F
PEFY-P250VMH-E-F
T
(Primary) 50/60Hz 220-240V (Secondry) (23.5V 0.9A)
Liquid pipe
thermistor
TH22
Resistance 0˚C/15kΩ,10˚C/9.6kΩ,20˚C/6.3kΩ,25˚C/5.4kΩ,30˚C/4.3kΩ,40˚C/3.0kΩ
Gas pipe
thermistor
TH23
Resistance 0˚C/15kΩ,10˚C/9.6kΩ,20˚C/6.3kΩ,25˚C/5.4kΩ,30˚C/4.3kΩ,40˚C/3.0kΩ
Outdoor air
temperature
thermistor
TH24
Resistance 0˚C/15kΩ,10˚C/9.6kΩ,20˚C/6.3kΩ,25˚C/5.4kΩ,30˚C/4.3kΩ,40˚C/3.0kΩ
Fuse
FUSE
(Indoor controller board)
Fan motor
(with InnerMF1,2
thermostat)
250V 6.3A
4-pole OUTPUT 90W
NS-80VMHF
4-pole OUTPUT 130W
NS-100VMHF
Innerthermostat
(Fan motor)
Fan motor
capacitor
4-pole OUTPUT 230W
NS-250VMH-E-F
OFF 135˚C±5˚C
ON 95˚C±20˚C
C1
Linear
expansion valve
LEV
Power supply
terminal block
TB2
Transmission
terminal block
TB5
TB15
7
4-pole OUTPUT 200W
NS-200VMH-E-F
4.0µF✕440V
-
DC12V Stepping motor drive
port dimension ø 5.2
DC12V Stepping motor drive
port dimension ø 6.4
DC12V Stepping motor drive
port dimension ø 5.2
0~1800pulse
<at R410A outdoor unit>
0~2000pulse
<at the other outdoor unit>
0~1800pulse
<at R410A outdoor unit>
0~2000pulse
<at the other outdoor unit>
0~1800pulse
<at R410A outdoor unit>
0~2000pulse
<at the other outdoor unit>
(L,N,
) 330V 30A
(L1,L2,L3,N,
(1,2),(M1,M2,S) 300V 10A
) 660V 40A
D
Model:80(Note 3)
Lifting bolt
24
10
10
Terminal box
Terminal block
(Power source)
900
847
Drain hole
Terminal block
(Transmission)
3
92
2
343
387
1
Drain hole
(option)
383
814 (Lifting bolt pitch)
904
Control box
Keep duct-work length 850mm or more.
340
Air inlet
50x(G-1)=H
50
200
29
60
15
15
Air outlet
J-ø3
50
C
70
41 F
45
340
50x5= 250
17
23
41 25 50 50 50 50
130
77
328
250
380
E
~20
450
150
0
Access door
0
Ceiling surface
450
0
50 5
L
A
B
C
1050 1004 930
D
850
E
F G
H
J K
L
800 25 17 800 15 700 1030
······ ➀
······ ➁
······ ➂
✻1:R410A outdoor unit
✻2:R407C,R22 outdoor unit
M
ø15.88
✻1 ø15.88
PEFY-P140VMH-E-F 1250 1204 1130 1050 1000 25 21 1000 19 900 1230
✻2 ø19.05
Model
PEFY-P80VMH-E-F
Refrigerant piping flare connection(gas M copper tube):LP
Refrigerant piping flare connection(liquid N copper tube):HP
Drain hose 32mm(1-1/4inch) <flexible joint 200mm> (accessory)
ø9.52
N
ø9.52
Note 1.Use M10 screw for the lifting bolt (field supply).
2.Keep the service space for the maintenance from the bottom when the heat exchanger is cleaned.
3.This chart indicates for PEFY-P140VMH-E-F models, which have 2 fans.
PEFY-P80VMH-E-F model has 1 fan.
4.Make sure to install the air filter(field supply) on the air intake side.
In case field supplied air filter is used, attach it where the filter service is easily done.
5.On Model :140, you would use flare nut packed with the Indoor Unit,
when connnecting the Outdoor Unit for R407C, R22.
6.In order to increase the strength of the flare nut,
P
the size of some of them has been increased.
3
Note 2
625
22
36
P(Liquid) P(Gas)
22
29
170mm±5mm
(Actual length)
Lower than 300mm
Make the access door at the appointed position
properly for service maintenance.
Access door
~20
When installing the drain water lifting-up mech (option).
250
100
700
Required space for service and maintenance
Lower than 550mm
G-ø3
30
50x(J-1)=K
B (Lifting bolt pitch)
A
80 50
94
Higher than 20mm
Higher than 20mm
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OUTLINES AND DIMENSIONS
PEFY-P80·140VMH-E-F
Unit : mm
8
Lifting bolt
24
10
10
Control box
1120
1067
3
95
2
1
422
489
Drain hole
(option)
1034(Lifting bolt pitch)
1124
Terminal block
(Power source)
Drain hole
Terminal block
Keep duct-work length 850mm or more.
(Transmission)
35
420
1250
50x21=1050
102 25
Air inlet
30
249
29
60
15
15
Air outlet
21-ø3
41
164
420
50x7= 350
20
100 50
50x20=1000
1326 (Lifting bolt pitch)
1372
23
44
327
50x6=300
340
470
20
105
9
3
1100
0
450
700 00
~2
150
Ceiling surface
450
50
50
135
9
Note 2
625
ø9.52
ø12.7
ø9.52
ø12.7
✻2
✻1
✻2
✻2 ø25.4
✻1 ø22.2
✻2 ø28.58
B
✻1
A
✻1 ø19.05
Refrigerant piping flare connection(gas M copper tube):HP·············· 1
Refrigerant piping flare connection(liquid N copper tube):LP············ 2
Drain hose 32mm(1-1/4inch) <flexible joint 200mm> (accessory)····· 3
✻1:R410A outdoor unit
✻2:The other outdoor unit
P250VMH-E
P200VMH-E
Model
Note1.Use M10 screw for the lifting bolt (field supply).
2.Keep the service space for the maintenance from the bottom
when the heat exchanger is cleaned.
3.Make sure to install the air filter (field supply)
on the air intake side.
In case field supplied air filter is used, attach it where
the filter service is easily done.
Make the access door at the appointed position
properly for service maintenance.
Access door
Access door
~20
When installing the drain water lifting-up mech (option).
170mm±5mm
(Actual Length)
Lower than 300mm
340
100
Required space for service and maintenance
Higher than 20mm
Higher than 20mm
22-ø3
PEFY-P200· 250VMH-E-F
Unit : mm
Lower than 550mm
1100
6 5 4
9 0 1
2
3
21
21
1
CN60
LEV
65 4 3 2 1
At receiving M-NET transmission power source
LED2
Lighting
1
2
❈A connector is
attached to the
drain lift up
mechanism,
which is an
optional part.
❈NOTE 1,2
❈A 1 1
2 2
Inside < > is the optional parts.
Lighting
CNT
F1
(AC250V
6.3A F )
1 31
T
CN3T
3
NAME
Connector (remote sensor)
Thermistor (piping temp.detection/liquid)
Thermistor (piping temp.detection/gas)
Thermistor (outdoor air temp.detection)
Switch (1st digit address set)
Switch (2nd digit address set)
Switch (connection No.set)
Switch (for mode selection)
Switch (for capacity code)
Switch (for mode selection)
Switch (for model selection)
Switch (for voltage selection)
Switch (for model selection)
Aux.relay
At applying main power source (indoor unit 200V)
LED operation under normal state
SYMBOL
CN20
TH22
TH23
TH24
SW11(A.B)
SW12(A.B)
SW14(A.B)
SW1(A.B)
SW2(I.B)
SW3(I.B)
SW4(I.B)
SW5(A.B)
SW7(A.B)
X04 ~ X06
DS
3
CN31
Drain
sensor
21
❈NOTE 1
REMOTE SENSOR TH22 TH23 TH24
21
LED1
Symbol
Electronic linear expan. valve
Surge absorber board
Power source terminal block
Transmission terminal block
Transmission terminal block
Fuse AC250V 6.3A F
Fuse AC250V 5A F
Transformer
Drain Pump
NAME
Fan motor
❈B Capacitor (for MF)
Indoor controller board
Drain sensor
Address board
SYMBOL EXPLANATION
SYMBOL
MF
C
I.B
<DS>
A.B
TB2
TB5
TB15
F1
<F2>
T
<DP>
LEV
S.B
8
7
SW7
SW11
(Connection No.) (2nd digit) (1st digit)
A.B 12 3 4 56
CN82
CN62
8
SW5
SW1
7
6
0
1
F
9 0 1
E
2
5
D
3
2
8
C
4
4
3
7
BA
5
6 5 4
3
9876
2
SW14
SW12
1
21
1
SW4 SW3 SW2
2
3 CN42
4
LED1 LED2
1
2
3
4
5 CN81
6
7
8
CN20 CN21 CN29CN22 CN31
X01
DP
31
98
C
(AC250V
5A F )
FAN3
431
13 7
4 31
3
S.B
CN1 1
L
N
PE
TB2
PE TO DUCT
(Red)
31 9 8 5 31
4 31 9 8
*insert
(Blue)
986
98
DSA1
ZNR1
CN2M
TO MA REMOTE CONTROLLER
TO OUTDOOR UNIT
BC CONTROLLER
REMOTE CONTROLLER
NOTE : 1.The part of the broken line indicates the circuit for optional parts.
2.❈A in the chart is the connector for a drain pump test run
operation. (The Drain Pump operates continuously if the
connector is inserted and the power is supplied.) After the test
run, make sure to remove the ❈A connector.
3.The wirings to TB2,TB5 (shown in dotted line) are field work.
4.Mark
indicates terminal block,
connector,
board
insertion connector or fastening connector of control board.
POWER SUPPLY
~ 220,230,240V 50Hz
~ 208,220,230V 60Hz
BREAKER(16A)
FUSE(16A)
PULL BOX
TO NEXT INDOOR UNIT
]
TB5(TRANSMISSION TERMINAL BLOCK)
2
1
TB15(TRANSMISSION TERMINAL BLOCK)
S(SHIELD)
M2
2
1
M1
3
1
attachment to alter the external static pressure on the fan
Color /External Static Pressure
Red /High Pressure
Blue /Low
Pressure
White /Middle Pressure
MF
(White) 98 65 4 3 1
F2
❈NOTE 1
13
CND CNP
ZNR
X06 X05 X04
CN3A
I.B
INSIDE SECTION OF CONTROL BOX
5
WIRING DIAGRAM
PEFY-P80·140VMH-E-F
10
11
A.B
SW14
(Connection No.)
EF0 12
D
3
C
4
B
A9 65
87
CN62
123456
SW1
CN82
8
7
901
2
3
654
SW12
(2nd digit)
SW5
CN81
CN42
21
TH24
21
CN22
*NOTE 1
DS
3 1
CN31
Drain sensor
21
CN31
3
*A
T
1
CN3T
2
1
2
1
2
1
CND
13
CNT
31
654321
LEV2
LEV1
654321
654321
654321
6 5 4 3 2 1 LEV adapter board
*NOTE 1
DP
31
CR
CNP
X01
52F
MF
49F
89
89
1357
( 5A )
51F
TB15(TRANSMISSION TERMINAL BLOCK)
TO MA REMOTE CONTROLLER
3
S.B
CN1 1
L1
L2
L3
N
PE
PE
TB2
TO DUCT
BREAKER
POWER SUPPLY
3N~
380/400/415V 50/60Hz
S(SHIELD) TB5(TRANSMISSION TERMINAL BLOCK)
TO OUTDOOR UNIT
M2
M1
BC CONTROLLER
REMOTE CONTROLLER
2
1
6 5 4 8 9 (Blue)
52F
ZNR1
DSA1
CN2M
2
1
3
1
Connector to alter the external static pressure on the fan
FAN3
X06 X05 X04
321654
(White) 3 2 1
F2
*A connector is attached
AC250V
to the drain lift up
5A F
mechanism,
which is an optional part.
*NOTE 1,2
654321
CN60
ZNR
AC250V
6.3A F
F1
CN3A
I.B
At applying main power source (indoor unit 200V)
At receiving M-NET transmission power source
Lighting
Lighting
3.The wirings to TB2,TB5 shown in dotted line are field work.
4.Mark
indicates terminal block,
connector,
board insertion
connector or fastening connector of control board.
Colour/External Static Pressure
NAME
PEFY-P200VMH-E-F PEFY-P250VMH-E-F
Over current relay (fan motor)
110Pa (at 380V)
Blue
140Pa (at 380V)
Thermistor (piping temp.detection/liquid)
120Pa (at 400V)
150Pa (at 400V)
Thermistor (piping temp.detection/gas)
130Pa (at 415V)
160Pa (at 415V)
Thermistor (outdoor air temp.detection/gas)
190Pa (at 380V)
White 200Pa (at 380V)
200Pa (at 400V)
210Pa (at 400V)
Switch (1st digit address set)
210Pa (at 415V)
220Pa (at 415V)
Switch (2nd digit address set)
Switch (connection No.set)
CAUTION;1.To protect Fan motor from abnormal current, Over current relays<51F>
Switch (for mode selection)
is installed. Therefore, do not change factory set value of Over
Switch (for capacity code)
current relays.
Switch (for mode selection)
NOTE;1.The part of the broken line indicates the circuit for optional parts.
Switch (for model selection)
Switch (for voltage selection)
2. *A in the chart is the connector for a drain pump test run operation.
Switch (for model selection)
(The Drain Pump operates continuously if the connector is inserted
Aux.relay
and the power is supplied.)
Inner thermostat
After the test run, make sure to remove the *A connector.
inside < > is the optional parts.
TH23
21
CN29
LED2
LED operation under normal state
SYMBOL
51F
TH22
TH23
TH24
SW11(A.B)
SW12(A.B)
SW14(A.B)
SW1(A.B)
SW2(I.B)
SW3(I.B)
SW4(I.B)
SW5(A.B)
SW7(A.B)
X04 ~X06
49F
REMOTE SENSOR TH22
21
LED1
Symbol
LED2
CN20 CN21
LED1
901
2
3
654
SW11
(1st digit)
8
7
SW7
SW4 SW3 SW2
SYMBOL EXPLANATION
SYMBOL
NAME
Fan motor
MF
I.B
Indoor controller board
A.B
Address board
TB2
Power source terminal block
TB5
Transmission terminal block
TB15 Transmission terminal block
F1
Fuse AC250V 6.3A F
<F2>
Fuse AC250V 5A F
T
Transformer
<DP> Drain Pump
LEV1,LEV2 Electronic linear expan. valve
<DS> Drain sensor
Surge absorber board
S.B
Contactor (fan motor)
52F
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
INSIDE SECTION OF CONTROL BOX
PEFY-P200· 250VMH-E-F
6
REFRIGERANT SYSTEM DIAGRAM
Gas pipe thermistor TH23
Gas pipe
Liquid pipe thermistor TH22
Flared joints (Type 80·140)
Brazed joints (Type 200·250)
Heat exchanger
Linear expansion valve
Strainer (#100 mesh)
Outdoor air temperature thermistor TH24
Item
Capacity
PEFY-P80VMH-E-F
Strainer (#100 mesh)
PEFY-P140VMH-E-F
ø 15.88 <5/8F> (R410A)
ø 19.05 <3/4F> (R22,R407C)
Gas pipe
ø 15.88 <5/8F>
Liquid pipe
ø 9.52 <3/8F>
ø 9.52 <3/8F>
PEFY-P200VMH-E-F
PEFY-P250VMH-E-F
Item
Capacity
Gas pipe
Liquid pipe
ø 19.05 <3/4>
ø 25.4 <1>
ø 9.52 <3/8>
ø 12.7 <1/2>
(R410A)
(R22,R407C)
(R410A)
(R22,R407C)
ø 22.2 <7/8> (R410A)
ø 28.58 <1-1/8> (R22,R407C)
ø 9.52 <3/8> (R410A)
ø 12.7 <1/2> (R22,R407C)
12
7
TROUBLE SHOOTING
7-1. How to check the parts
Parts name
Check points
Liquid pipe thermistor
(TH22)
Gas pipe thermistor
(TH23)
Outdoor air temperature
thermistor
(TH24)
Disconnect the connector, then measure the resistance using a tester.
(Sorrounding temperature 10°C~30°C)
Trans
Disconnect the connector and measure the resistance using a tester.
CNT
3T
1
CNT(1)-(3)
CN3T(1)-(3)
Fan motor PEFY-P80·140
Gray
Black
Orange
Brown
Red
Red
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Fan motor PEFY-P200· 250
Protector
Motor terminal
or
Relay connector
Red-White
White-Black
Red-Black
Brown-Gray
Gray-Yellow
Brown-Yellow
4
Red
1
Orange
8
Orange
9
White
2
Gray
5
Black
3
Yellow
6
Linear expansion
CN60
valve
White
Yellow
Orange
LEV
Blue
Red
Brown
1
2
3
4
5
6
Drain Pump
(Drain water lift up kit)
Red
Red
1
3
Drain sensor
(Drain water lift up kit)
3
1
Abnormal
Open or short
Measure the resistance between the terminals using a tester. (at 20˚C)
Relay connector
Brown
Normal
App.15Ω
App.4Ω
(Refer to the thermistor characteristic graph)
Measure the resistance between the terminals using a tester. (at 20˚C)
Motor terminal
Normal
or
Abnormal
PEFY-P80 PEFY-P140
Relay connector
Gray-Orange
76.4Ω
22.8Ω
Gray-Black
89.8Ω
27.4Ω
Open or short
115.2Ω
32.8Ω
Gray-Brown
148.1Ω
67.9Ω
Gray-Red
Relay connector
Protector
Abnormal
Open or short
Normal
PEFY-P200 PEFY-P250
4.17Ω
4.17Ω
4.17Ω
4.17Ω
4.17Ω
4.17Ω
11.14Ω
12.44Ω
11.14Ω
12.44Ω
11.14Ω
12.44Ω
Abnormal
Open or short
Disconnect the connector then measure the resistance valve using a tester.
Normal
Abnormal
(1)-(5)
(2)-(6)
(3)-(5)
(4)-(6)
White-Red Yellow-Brown Orange-Red Blue-Brown
Open or short
150Ω ±10%
Disconnect the connector then measure the resistance
valve using a tester.
(Sorrounding temperature 20°C~30°C)
Normal
399Ω
Abnormal
Open or short
Measure the resistance between the terminals using
a tester.
(Refer to the thermistor characteristic graph)
0˚C/6.0kΩ, 10˚C/3.9kΩ
20˚C/2.6kΩ, 25˚C/2.2kΩ
30˚C/1.8kΩ, 40˚C/1.3kΩ
<Thermistor characteristic graph>
Room temperature thermistor(TH21)
Liquid pipe thermistor(TH22)
Gas pipe temperature thermistor(TH23)
Drain sensor(DS)
Thermistor R0=15kΩ ± 3%
Fixed number of B=3480kΩ ± 2%
Rt=15exp { 3480(
0˚C
10˚C
20˚C
25˚C
30˚C
40˚C
15kΩ
9.6kΩ
6.3kΩ
5.2kΩ
4.3kΩ
3.0kΩ
1 )}
273
40
30
20
10
0
13
1
273+t
50
Resistance (KΩ)
CN3T
3
Normal
4.3kΩ~9.6kΩ
-20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50
Temperature (˚C)
7-2. Setting of address switch
Make sure that power source is turning off.
Indoor unit control board
SW 2
SW4
SW 3
< At delivery (All models)> S W 1
SW 4
ON
OFF
ASSY
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
ON
SW1 ON
< At delivery (All models)>
1 2 3 45
1 2
ON
OFF
G 1 2 3
SWC
SW5
SW14
8
10
1
CN82
SW12
SW11
901
901
6
CN62 1
ON
1
2
3
10
SW7
O
F
F
01
EF 2
9
23
SWA
8
23
1
7
3456
2
6
78
3
5
78
4
BCD
3
240V 220V
2
789A
1
456
1
JP1
456
FP-AD-R
1
3
JP2
W254665G06
A B C D E F
Refer to the next page for SW2,SW3 setting.
1)In case using network remote controller, address is set by rotary switches.(SW11,SW12)
* It is not necessary setting address in case of using unit remote controller.
Indoor unit do not run without address setting in field.
2) Indoor unit address setting rule is different by each field work.
Refer to install manual of outdoor unit , operate the address setting.
3)Setting the address is combination of SW11(1st digit address setting) and SW12(2nd digit address setting).
Address " 3 " setting is composed SW11 " 3 " and SW12 " 0 " .
Address " 25 " setting is composed SW11 " 5 " and SW12 " 2 " .
14
7-3. Setting of Dip-switch (at delivery)
Models
Dip-SW
SW1
PEFY-P80
VMH-E-F
ON
OFF
PEFY-P140
VMH-E-F
ON
OFF
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910
SW2
ON
OFF
SW1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910
123456
SW3
ON
OFF
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910
SW2
ON
OFF
123456
S W4
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
S W4
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910
S W7
ON
OFF
123
1 2 345
SW3
ON
OFF
S W5
220V
240V
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
S W5
220V
240V
S W7
ON
OFF
123
1 2 345
SWC
SWA Standard
1
Indicate
SW1
PEFY-P200
VMH-E-F
ON
OFF
PEFY-P250
VMH-E-F
ON
OFF
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910
SW2
ON
OFF
SW1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910
123456
SW3
ON
OFF
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910
SW2
ON
OFF
123456
1 2 3 45
SW3
ON
OFF
S W4
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910
ON
OFF
1 2 3 45
S W7
ON
OFF
S W5
220V
240V
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
S W5
220V
240V
ON
OFF
S W4
ON
OFF
123
S W7
123
7-4. Attention for test run
Equipment which is attached drain water lift up kit can be tested
pump out test when power supplied.(connect the connector(A))
< Drain-up machine >
Test run Connector (red)(A)
After pump out test, remove the connector
and put in the dummy connector.
After test run,remove the connector (A)(Fig .1)
7-5. Function the LED of the indoor unit service board
Symbol
15
LED operation under normal state
LED1
At applying main power source (indoor unit 200V)
Lighting
LED2
At receiving M-NET transmission power source
Lighting
8
DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE
Be careful on removing heavy parts.
8-1. CONTROL BOX
OPERATING PROCEDURE
Models 80·140
1.Removing the control box cover
(1) Remove the fixing screws (two) of the control box (A), and
remove the cover. (Fig. 1)
PHOTOS
Fig.1
(A)
*At this stage, the following servicing is possible.
1 Operation and check of the switches (listed below) which
are on the control board.
• Dip switch SW2 · · · · · · · · · · · Capacity code setting
• Dip switch SW3 · · · · · · · · · · · Function change
• Dip switch SW4 · · · · · · · · · · · Model code setting
2 Connection check of the lead wires (listed below) which are
connected to the controller board.
• Power supply lead wire.
• MA remote contoller transmission lead wire.
• Fan motor lead wire.
• LEV lead wire
• Intake air sensor lead wire
• Liquid piping sensor lead wire
• Gas piping sensor lead wire
• Power supply transformer lead wire
Address board lead wire
(• Drain pump lead wire)
(• Drain sensor lead wire)
3
4
5
6
7
(
Control board exchange
Condenser exchange
Power supply transformer exchange
Arrest exchange
Intake air sensor exchange
Fig.2
(B)
Fig.3
):Optional parts
2.Removing the terminal bed cover
(1) Remove the fixing screws (two) of the terminal bed cover
(B), and remove the cover. (Fig. 2)
*At this stage, the following servicing is possible.(Fig. 3)
1 Operation and check of the switches (listed below) which
are on the adress board.
• Rotary switches SW11, 12 · · · Address setting
• Rotary switch SW14 · · · · · · · · · Branch port setting
• Dip switch SW1 · · · · · · · · · · · · · Function change (main)
• Dip switch SW7 · · · · · · · · · · · · · Model code setting
2 Address board exchange
3 Power supply terminal block exchange
4 Transmission terminal block exchange
16
Be careful on removing heavy parts.
OPERATING PROCEDURE
Models 200 · 250
1.Removing the control box cover
(1) Remove the fixing screws (four) of the control box cover (C),
and remove the cover. (Fig. 4)
PHOTOS
Fig.4
(C)
*At this stage, the following servicing is possible.(Fig. 5)
1 Operation and check of the switches (listed below) which
are on the control board.
• Dip switch SW2 · · · · · · · · · · · Capacity code setting
• Dip switch SW3 · · · · · · · · · · · Function change
• Dip switch SW4 · · · · · · · · · · · Model code setting
2 Connection check of the lead wires (listed below) which are
connected to the controller board.
• Power supply lead wire.
• MA remote contoller transmission lead wire.
• Fan motor lead wire.
• LEV lead wire
• Intake air sensor lead wire
• Liquid piping sensor lead wire
• Gas piping sensor lead wire
• Power supply transformer lead wire
• Address board lead wire
(• Drain pump lead wire)
(• Drain sensor lead wire)
Control board exchange
Power supply transformer exchange
Arrest exchange
Intake air sensor exchange
Operation and check of the switches (listed below) which
are on the address board
• Rotary switches SW11, 12 · · · · Address setting
• Rotary switch SW14 · · · · · · · · · · Branch port setting
• Dip switch SW1· · · · · · · · · · · · · · Function change (main)
• Dip switch SW7 · · · · · · · · · · · · · Model code setting
8 Address board exchange
9 Power supply terminal block exchange
10 Transmission terminal block exchange
3
4
5
6
7
(
17
):Optional parts
Fig.5
Be careful on removing heavy parts.
8-2. FAN and FAN MOTOR
OPERATING PROCEDURE
Models 80 •140
1.Removing the control box.
(1) Remove the control box cover and terminal block cover
with procedure 8-1.
(2) Remove the fan motor connectors.
(3) Remove the fixing screws (two) of the control box and slide
the control box to remove.(Fig. 1)
(4) Move the control box to place that is not block operation.
(Fig. 2)
PHOTOS
Fig.1
Fig.2
Control box
Control box
Fig.3
(A)
(D)
(E)
2.Removing the fan motor
Model 80
*After motor base (D) and bell mouse (C) attached the fan
case (B) removed,motor (A) can be pull with motor base
and fan along rail.
(B)
(1) Remove the fan motor connector (E).
(2) Loosen the fixing screws (F) (three) of the bell mouse (C),
and removed the bell mouse (D) turning screws in direction
arrow (counterclockwise).(Fig. 3)
(3) Remove the fixing screws (four) of the motor base(D).
Notice: It's necessary using the driver over 30cm length to
remove the fixing screws (a) .
(Fixing screws are placed back)
(C) Fixing screws (F)
Loosen fixing screws (not remove)
Model 80
Fig.4
Fixing screws (a)
Fixing screws
Motor base (D)
18
Be careful on removing heavy parts.
OPERATING PROCEDURE
(4) Slide the motor (A) with motor base (D) in direction of allow
1. (Fig. 5)
PHOTOS
Fig.5
(A)
(D)
Arrow 1
Fig.6
Motor (A)
Model 140
*Motor maintenance procedure is almost 80 model
procedure.
Model 140 has twin shaft motor. After removing the fan
and fan case which are in front of motor,remove the motor.
(1) Remove the bell mouse of the front fan motor with procedure
model 80.
(2) Loosen the setting screws of the front fan , removed the fan.
(3) Remove the front fan case.
(4) Operate with procedure model 80.
Notice: Fixing screws of the fan case are shown Fig. 7.
Remove the fixing screws (H), fan case can be removed.
Fig.7
Fan case
Service side
Fan case fixing screws (H)
19
Be careful on removing heavy parts.
OPERATING PROCEDURE
Models 200· 250
1.Removing the control box.
(1) Remove the control box cover1 with procedure 8-1.
(2) Remove the fixing screws (four) of the control cover 2, and
remove the control cover2. (Fig. 7)
(3) Remove the fan motor connectors.
(4) Remove the fixing screws (three) of the control box and
remove the control box (Fig. 8)
(5) Move the control box to place that is not block operation.
(Fig. 9)
PHOTOS
Control box
cover 2
Fig.7
Fig.8
Control box
Fig.9
Control box
2.Removing the fan motor
*After the fan (A) ,the fan case (B) and the bell mouse (C)
removed, motor can be pull with motor base and inner fan
along rail.
(1) Remove the fixing screws (three) of the bell mouse (C), and
remove the bell mouse (C). (Fig. 3)
(2) Loosen the setting screws (G) of the front fan , removed the
fan.(Fig. 10)
Fig.10
(G)
(A)
(D)
(B)
(C)
(E)
Fixing screws (F)
20
Be careful on removing heavy parts.
OPERATING PROCEDURE
PHOTOS
(3) After removing the fixing screws (H) (as shown models
80, 140) of the front fan case (B) and remove the fan.
Pull the fan case (B).
Fig.11
(4) Remove the fixing screws (K) (three) of the bell mouse (J)
attached fan case (L), and remove the bell mouse (J).
(Fig.12)
(5) Remove the fixing screws (four) of the motor base(D).
(B)
Notice: It's necessary using the driver over 30cm length to
remove the fixing screws (a) .
(Fixing screws are placed back)(Fig. 13)
(6) Slide the motor (M) with motor base (D) in direction of arrow
2 . (Fig. 14)
Notice: It's not necessary removing the fan case (L).
Fixing screws (H)
Fig.12
(D)
(J)
(L)
Fixing screws (K)
Fig.13
Fixing screws
Fixing screws (a)
Fig.14
Motor base(D)
Fig.15
(M)
(D)
Arrow 2
21
Motor (M)
8-3. LEV,THERMISTOR (Liquid/Gas piping temperature detection)
Be careful on removing heavy parts.
OPERATING PROCEDURE
Models 80 •140
1.Removing the LEV.
(1) Remove the control box cover with procedure 8-1.
(2) Remove the fixing screws (four) of the heat exchanger cover
(A), and remove the cover (A).(Fig. 1)
(3) Remove the LEV driving motor with a double spanner.(Fig. 2)
PHOTOS
Fig.1
(A)
2.Removing the thermistors.
(1) Remove the thermistors from the thermistor holders which
are installed on the piping.(Fig. 2)
(liquid piping : fine piping , gas piping : thick piping)
Fixing screws
Fig.2
LEV
Models 200· 250
1.Removing the LEV. (These models have 2 LEV)
(1) Remove the fixing screws (three) of the heat exchanger cover
(A), and remove the cover (A).
(2) Remove the fixing screws (four) of the maintenance cover
(B), and remove the cover (B).(Fig. 3)
(3) Remove the LEV driving motor with a double spanner.(Fig. 4)
Thermistor
Fig.3
Fixing screws
(B)
2.Removing the thermistors.
(1) Remove the thermistors from the thermistor holders which
are installed on the piping.(Fig. 4)
(liquid piping : fine piping , gas piping : thick piping)
(A)
Fixing screws
Fig.4
LEV
Thermistor
22
Be careful on removing heavy parts.
8-4. HEAT EXCHANGER
OPERATING PROCEDURE
Models 80 •140
1.Removing the heat exchanger.
(1) Remove the heat exchanger cover with procedure 8-3-1.
(2) Remove the bottom plate which is air outlet side.(fixing
screws : ten) (Fig. 1)
(3) Remove the drainpan.(Fig. 2)
PHOTOS
Fig.1
Bottom plate
Fig.2
Drainpan
Fig.3
Fixing screws
23
Be careful on removing heavy parts.
OPERATING PROCEDURE
(4) Remove the maintenance cover.(fixing screws : two) (Fig. 4)
(5) Remove the heat exchanger.(fixing screws : four) (Fig. 3,5)
PHOTOS
Fig.4
*Removerd heat exchanger is as shown Fig.6
Maintenance cover
Fixing screws
Fig.5
Fixing screws
Fig.6
24
Be careful on removing heavy parts.
OPERATING PROCEDURE
Models 200· 250
1.Removing the heat exchanger.
(1) Remove the refrigerant piping and drain hose from main
unit.(Be care that water is not leaking from drain hose. )
(2) Remove the power supply wire and the transmission line.
(Make sure that power source is turning off. )
(3) Pull down the main unit.
(4) Turn over the main unit upside the bottom plate
(5) Remove the bottom plate which is air outlet side.(fixing
screws : fifteen) (Fig. 7)
(6) Remove the drainpan.(Fig. 8)
PHOTOS
Fig.7
Bottom plate
Fig.8
Drainpan
Fig.9
Fixing screws
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Be careful on removing heavy parts.
OPERATING PROCEDURE
(7) Remove the fixing screws (three) of the heat exchanger
cover, and remove the cover. Remove the fixing screws
(four) of the maintenance cover, and remove the cover. (Fig.
10)
(7) Remove the heat exchanger.
Fixing screws(non-piping side) : two (Fig. 9)
Fixing screws(piping side)
: two (Fig. 11)
PHOTOS
Fig.10
(A)
Fixing screws
*Removerd heat exchanger is as shown Fig.12
Maintenance cover
Fixing screws
Fig.11
Fixing screws
Fig.12
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8-5. CONTROL BOX INSIDE LAYOUT
Models 80·140
Trans
Condenser
(for motor)
FAN2
CNP
CNT
Indoor unit
contoller board
CN3T
CND
STR2012
FAN3
X05
X04
CN3R
L
N
CN60
SW1
CN82
SW14
SW12 SW11
CN27
CN21
CN29
CN25
CN52
CN50
SW4
CN81
CN41
SW3
CN51
SW2
DSA board
CN20
CN23
CN42
CN24
CN26
CN2M
X06
CN62
1
2
Transmission terminal block
SWA SWC SW5
Power sourse
terminal block
Address board
Models 200·250
Magnet contactor
Trans
CNP
FAN2
CNT
CND
CN3T
STR2012
Indoor unit
contoller board
FAN3
X05
X04
CN42
CN20
CN2M
X06
CN81
CN60
DSA board
LEV adapter board
LEV1
SW1
SW14
SWA
CN82
CN62
Address board
SW12 SW11
SWC SW5
Power sourse
terminal block
Transmission terminal block
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8-6. SENSOR POSITION
●PEFY-P80VMH-E-F
●PEFY-P140VMH-E-F
Liquid sensor
Gas sensor
●PEFY-P200VMH-E-F
Liquid sensor
Gas sensor
●PEFY-P250VMH-E-F
Liquid sensor
Gas sensor
Liquid sensor
Gas sensor
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HEAD OFFICE: MITSUBISHI DENKI BLDG., 2-2-3, MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN
Issued in Sep. 2004 MEE04K286
New publication, effective Sep. 2004
Specifications subject to change without notice