Mitsubishi SRC501HENF-L Specifications

SRK-GZ
1.
WALL MOUNTED TYPE
ROOM AIR-CONDITIONER
Split system, Air to air
heat pump type
(
)
SRK25GZ-L1, SRK35GZ-L1, SRK502Z-L
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SRK-GZ
CONTENTS
1.1
GENERAL INFORMATION........................................................................ 3
1.1.1
Specific features ................................................................................. 3
1.1.2
How to read the model name ............................................................. 3
1.2
SELECTION DATA .................................................................................... 4
1.2.1
Specifications ..................................................................................... 4
1.2.2
Range of usage & limitations ............................................................ 7
1.2.3
Exterior dimensions ........................................................................... 8
1.2.4
Piping system ..................................................................................... 11
1.3
ELECTRICAL DATA .................................................................................. 12
1.3.1
Electrical wiring .................................................................................. 12
1.4
OUTLINE OF OPERATION CONTROL BY MICROCOMPUTER ............. 16
1.5
APPLICATION DATA ................................................................................. 30
1.5.1
Selection of location for installation ................................................. 31
1.5.2
Installation of indoor unit................................................................... 32
1.5.3
Installation of outdoor unit ................................................................ 34
1.5.4
Refrigerant piping ............................................................................... 35
1.5.5
Test run ................................................................................................ 36
1.5.6
Precautions for wireless remote controller installation and
operation ............................................................................................. 37
1.6
2
MAINTENANCE DATA .............................................................................. 38
1.6.1
Trouble shooting................................................................................. 38
1.6.2
Servicing.............................................................................................. 48
1.6.3
Power supply remote operation ........................................................ 49
SRK-GZ
1.1
GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1.1
Specific features
The “Mitsubishi Daiya” room air-conditioner: SRK series are of split and wall mounted type and the unit consists of indoor unit and
outdoor unit with refrigerant precharged in factory. The indoor unit is composed of room air cooling or heating equipment with operation control switch and the outdoor unit is composed of condensing unit with compressor.
(1) Inverter (Frequency converter) for multi-steps power control
¡
Heating/Cooling
The rotational speed of a compressor is changed in step in relation to varying load, to interlock with the indoor and outdoor
unit fans controlled to changes in frequency, thus controlling the power.
¡
Allowing quick heating/cooling operation during start-up period. Constant room temperature by fine-tuned control after the
unit has stabilized.
(2) Fuzzy control
¡
Fuzzy control calculates the amount of variation in the difference between the suction air temperature and the setting temperature in compliance with the fuzzy rules in order to control the air capacity and the inverter frequency.
(3) Remote control flap
The flap can be automatically controlled by operating wireless remote control.
¡
Natural flow (AUTO): Flap operation is automatically control.
¡
Swing: This will swing the flap up and down.
¡
Memory flap: Once the flap position is set, the unit memorizes the position and continues to operate at the same position from
the next time.
(4) Self diagnosis function
¡
We are constantly trying to do better service to our customers by installing such judges that show abnormality of operation as
follows. (See Page 39)
1.1.2
How to read the model name
Example :
SR K 35 GZ – L 1
Series No.
CE marking model
Inverter type
Product capacity
Wall mounted type room air-conditioner
Split type room air-conditioner
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SRK-GZ
1.2
SELECTION DATA
1.2.1
Specifications
Model SRK25GZ-L1 (Indoor unit)
SRC25GZ-L1 (Outdoor unit)
Model
SRK25GZ-L1
Item
Refrigerant
piping
Operation data(1)
Cooling capacity(1)
Heating capacity(1)
Power source
Cooling input
Running current (Cooling)
Heating input
Running current (Heating)
Inrush current
COP (In cooling)
Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height × Width × Depth
Color
Net weight
Refrigerant equipment
Compressor type & Q’ty
Motor
Starting method
Heat exchanger
Refrigerant control
Refrigerant(4)
Refrigerant oil
Deice control
Air handling equipment
Fan type & Q’ty
Motor
(Cooling)
Air flow (at High)
(Heating)
Air filter, Q’ty
Shock & vibration absorber
Electric heater
Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control
Pilot lamp
Safety equipment
O.D
Connecting method
Attached length of piping
W
W
2500 [900~2900]
3400 [900~4000]
1 Phase, 220/240V, 50Hz
0.96 [0.31~1.22]
4.8
1.17 [0.28~1.35]
5.8
5.8
2.60
Heating: 39
Cooling: 46
kW
A
kW
A
A
dB (A)
Cooling: 38
mm
SRC25GZ-L1
Heating: 46
250 × 750 × 178
540 × 645 × 245
Ivory white
7.5
Polar white
28
–
RM5465GA1 (Rotary type) × 1
–
–
0.75
Line starting
kg
kW
Louver fins & bare tubing
Capillary tubes
R22 0.64 (Pre-Charged up to the piping length of 5m)
0.35 (BARREL FREEZE 32SAM)
MC control
kg
R
W
CMM
Tangential fan × 1
Propeller fan × 1
18
7.0
7.5
Polypropylene net (washable) × 2
–
–
20
21
21
–
Cushion rubber (for compressor)
–
Wireless-Remote controller
–
MC. Thermostat
–
RUN (Green), TIMER (Yellow)
Compressor: Overheat protection, heating overload protection (High pressure control), overcurrent protection, serial signal error protection, indoor fan motor error protection
mm (in)
Insulation
Drain hose
Power source cord
Size × Core number
Connecting method
Accessories (included)
Optional parts
Connection wiring
Liquid line: φ6.35 (1/4″) Gas line: φ9.52 (3/8″)
Flare connecting
Liquid line: 0.4 m
–
Gas line : 0.35 m
Necessary (Both sides)
Connectable
2.5 m (3 cores with Earth)
1.5 mm2 × 4 cores (Including earth cable)
Terminal block (Screw fixing type)
Mounting kit
–
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item
Operation
Cooling
Heating
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
4
Indoor air temperature
DB
WB
27ºC
19ºC
20ºC
–
Outdoor air temperature
DB
WB
35ºC
24ºC
7ºC
6ºC
The values for performance and power consumption shown in brackes [~] indicate the range from minimum to maximum.
The operation data are applied to the 220/240V districts respectively.
Limitation of Voltage application
Minimum: 198V
Maximum: 264V
The refrigerant quantity to be charged includes the refrigerant in 5 m connecting piping.
(Purging is not required even in the short piping.)
If the piping length is longer,
(When it is 5 to 15 m, add 20 g refrigerant per meter.)
Standards
JIS C9612, ISO-T1
JIS C9612, ISO-T1
SRK-GZ
Model SRK35GZ-L1 (Indoor unit)
SRC35GZ-L1 (Outdoor unit)
Model
SRK35GZ-L1
Item
Refrigerant
piping
Operation data(1)
Cooling capacity(1)
Heating capacity(1)
Power source
Cooling input
Running current (Cooling)
Heating input
Running current (Heating)
Inrush current
COP (Cooling)
Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height × Width × Depth
Color
Net weight
Refrigerant equipment
Compressor type & Q’ty
Motor
Starting method
Heat exchanger
Refrigerant control
Refrigerant(4)
Refrigerant oil
Deice control
Air handling equipment
Fan type & Q’ty
Motor
(Cooling)
Air flow (at High)
(Heating)
Air filter, Q’ty
Shock & vibration absorber
Electric heater
Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control
Pilot lamp
Safety equipment
O.D
Connecting method
Attached length of piping
W
W
3650 [900~3900]
4800 [900~6100]
1 Phase, 220/240V, 50Hz
1.24 [0.35~1.60]
6.3
1.52 [0.35~2.10]
7.7
7.7
2.94
Heating: 42
Cooling: 46
kW
A
kW
A
A
dB (A)
Cooling: 39
mm
SRC35GZ-L1
Heating: 47
275 × 790 × 174
542 × 795 × 255
Ivory white
8
Polar white
35
–
RM5485GAE3 [Rotary type] × 1
–
–
0.75
Line starting
kg
kW
Louver fins & bare tubing
Capillary tubes
R22 1.1 (Pre-Charged up to the piping length of 5m)
0.35 (BARREL FREEZE 32SAM)
MC control
kg
R
W
CMM
Tangential fan × 1
Propeller fan × 1
16
7
10
Polypropylene net (washable) × 2
–
–
18
24
24
–
Cushion rubber (for compressor)
–
Wireless-Remote controller
–
MC. Thermostat
–
RUN (Green), TIMER (Yellow)
Compressor: Overheat protection, heating overload protection (High pressure control), overcurrent
protection, frosting protection, serial signal error protection, indoor fan motor error protection
mm (in)
Insulation
Drain hose
Power source cord
Size × Core number
Connecting method
Accessories (included)
Optional parts
Connection wiring
Liquid line: φ6.35 (1/4″) Gas line: φ12.7 (1/2″)
Flare connecting
Liquid line: 0.4 m
–
Gas line : 0.35 m
Necessary (Both sides)
Connectable
2.5 m (3 cores with Earth)
1.5 mm2 × 4 cores (Including earth cable)
Terminal block (Screw fixing type)
Mounting kit
–
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item
Operation
Cooling
Heating
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Indoor air temperature
DB
WB
27ºC
19ºC
20ºC
–
Outdoor air temperature
DB
WB
35ºC
24ºC
7ºC
6ºC
Standards
JIS C9612, ISO-T1
JIS C9612, ISO-T1
The values for performance and power consumption shown in brackets [~] indicate the range from minimum to maximum.
The operation data are applied to the 220/240V districts respectively.
Limitation of Voltage application
Minimum: 198V
Maximum: 264V
The refrigerant quantity to be charged includes the refrigerant in 5 m connecting piping.
(Purging is not required even in the short piping.)
If the piping length is longer,
(When it is 5 to 15 m, add 20 g refrigerant per meter.)
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SRK-GZ
Model SRK502Z-L (Indoor unit)
SRC502Z-L (Outdoor unit)
Model
SRK502Z-L
Item
Refrigerant
piping
Operation data(1)
Cooling capacity(1)
Heating capacity(1)
Power source
Cooling input
Running current (Cooling)
Heating input
Running current (Heating)
Inrush current
COP (Cooling)
Noise level
Exterior dimensions
Height × Width × Depth
Color
Net weight
Refrigerant equipment
Compressor type & Q’ty
Motor
Starting method
Heat exchanger
Refrigerant control
Refrigerant(4)
Refrigerant oil
Deice control
Air handling equipment
Fan type & Q’ty
Motor
(Cooling)
Air flow (at High)
(Heating)
Air filter, Q’ty
Shock & vibration absorber
Electric heater
Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control
Pilot lamp
Safety equipment
O.D
Connecting method
Attached length of piping
W
W
5000 [900~5600]
6700 [900~7900]
1 Phase, 220/240V, 50Hz
2.22 [0.17~2.65]
10.2
2.50 [0.145~2.55]
11.5
11.5
2.25
Heating: 43
Cooling: 48
kW
A
kW
A
A
dB (A)
Cooling: 43
mm
SRC502Z-L
Heating: 48
275 × 790 × 189
595 × 720 × 290
Ivory white
9
Polar white
36
–
GR5490FD4 [Scroll type] × 1
–
–
1.5
Line starting
kg
kW
Louver fins & bare tubing
Electric expansion valve
R22 1.24 (Pre-Charged up to the piping length of 7m)
0.35 (BARREL FREEZE 32SAM)
MC control
kg
R
W
CMM
Tangential fan × 1
Propeller fan × 1
26
10
10.5
Polypropylene net (washable) × 2
–
–
35
26
30
–
Cushion rubber (for compressor)
–
Wireless-Remote controller
–
MC. Thermostat
–
RUN (Green), TIMER (Yellow), ECONO (Orange), HI POWER (Green)
Compressor: Overheat protection, heating overload protection (High pressure control), overcurrent protection,
frosting protection, serial signal error protection, indoor fan motor error protection, Comp. rotor lock
mm (in)
Insulation
Drain hose
Power source cord
Size × Core number
Connecting method
Accessories (included)
Optional parts
Connection wiring
Liquid line: φ6.35 (1/4″) Gas line: φ12.7 (1/2″)
Flare connecting
Liquid line: 0.4 m
–
Gas line : 0.35 m
Necessary (Both sides)
Connectable
2.5 m (3 cores with Earth)
1.5 mm2 × 4 cores (Including earth cable)
Terminal block (Screw fixing type)
Mounting kit
–
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item
Operation
Cooling
Heating
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
6
Indoor air temperature
DB
WB
27ºC
19ºC
20ºC
–
Outdoor air temperature
DB
WB
35ºC
24ºC
7ºC
6ºC
The values for performance and power consumption shown in brackets [~] indicate the range from minimum to maximum.
The operation data are applied to the 220/240V districts respectively.
Limitation of Voltage application
Minimum: 198V
Maximum: 264V
The refrigerant quantity to be charged includes the refrigerant in 7 m connecting piping.
(Purging is not required even in the short piping.)
If the piping length is longer,
(When it is 7 to 25 m, add 20 g refrigerant per meter.)
Standards
JIS C9612, ISO-T1
JIS C9612, ISO-T1
SRK-GZ
1.2.2
Range of usage & limitations
(1) Inlet air temperature
(a)
(b) Heating operation
Cooling operation
JIS-Cooling
Indoor air temp. ºC D.B.
Outdoor air temp. ºC D.B.
Applicable temp. range
Applicable temp.
range
JIS-Heating
Indoor air temp. ºC W.B.
Note: The chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions,
however, excludes the initial pull-down stage.
Outdoor air temp. ºC W.B.
Note: The chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions, however, excludes the initial pull-down stage and any possible defrost cycles.
(2) Total one way piping length and vertical height difference.
Model
SRK25GZ-L1
SRK35GZ-L1
SRK502Z-L
15
25
Outdoor unit is higher
5
15
Outdoor unit is lower
5
15
Item
Total one way piping length (m)
Vertical height
difference (m)
(3) Voltage application
Model
All models
Item
Maximum (V)
198
Maximum (V)
264
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1.2.3
Exterior dimensions
(1) Indoor unit
Model SRK25GZ-L1
Unit: mm
A
178
Room temp.
thermistor
750
3
9
250
56
Piping hole right (left)
49
615
75
450
150
236.5
19
15
9
46
150
Terminal
block
117
75
16
60
746.9
40
4.5
92
36
36
Remote controller
7.5
62
62
7.5
Piping for Gas (Ø9.52) 370
40
Piping hole
(Ø65)
37
Piping for Liquid (Ø6.35) 420
Piping hole
(Ø65)
VIEW A
Model SRK35GZ-L1
Unit: mm
A
790
174
3
Room temp.
thermistor
56
275
Piping hole right (left)
9
Terminal block
760
450
170
187.5
260
61
117
46
170
49
15
9
15
36
6
60
51
Piping for Gas
(Ø12.7) 390
67
16
Remote controller
780
62
Piping for Liquid (Ø6.35) 440
Piping hole
(Ø65)
37
Drain hose 600 (Ø16)
8
18
Piping hole
(Ø65)
VIEW A
SRK-GZ
Model
Unit: mm
SRK502Z-L
Remote controller
(2) Outdoor unit
Model SRC25GZ-L1
50
Unit: mm
13.5
12
44
274.5
245
42
Drain holes
300
192.5
23
12
372.5
82.5
480
645
82.5
2-Ø12
61.5
Terminal
block
33.3
Service valve (Liquid)
Flare connecting Ø6.35 (1/4˝)
39.7
540
127.7
100.3
14.4
40˚ 40˚
Service valve (Gas)
Flare connecting Ø9.52 (3/8˝)
9
SRK-GZ
Model
SRC35GZ-L1
50
55
Unit : mm
MAX.80
23
14
44
65 93
255
272
58
22
14
Drain holes
265
795
542
539
32
40
413
Terminal block
115
45°
45°
16 12 (Oval holes)
for unit fixing
65
2 places
15
44
50
58
14
Model
272
300
14
Drain holes
142.5
510
142.5
33
Service
Valve
(Liquid)
Flare connecting
Ø6.35 (1/4¨)
Service
Valve (Gas)
Flare connecting
Ø12.7 (1/2¨)
SRC502Z-L
Unit: mm
10
SRK-GZ
1.2.4
Piping system
Model SRK25GZ-L1
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Cooling cycle
Heating cycle
Flare connecting
Piping
(Gas)
ø9.52
Service valve
(Gas)
Outdoor air
temp. thermistor
Check joint
4 way valve
Accumulator
Room temp.
thermistor
Discharge temp.
thermistor
Heat
exchanger
thermistor
Heat
exchanger
Heat
exchanger
Compressor
Piping
(Liquid)
ø6.35
Heat exchanger
thermistor
Service valve (Liquid)
Capillary tube
Strainer
Flare connecting
Model SRK35GZ-L1
Indoor unit
Cooling cycle
Heating cycle
Outdoor unit
Service valve (Gas)
Flare connecting
Piping (Gas)
Ø12.7
Heat exchanger
Room
temp.
thermistor
Heat
exchanger
thermistor
Outdoor air
temp. thermistor
Check
joint
Discharge
Compressor
4way valve
Discharge temp.
thermistor
Piping (Liquid)
Ø6.35
Flare connecting
Accumulator
Heat exchanger
Suction
Capillary tube
Heat exchanger
thermistor
Strainer
Service valve (Liquid)
Check valve
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Model
SRK502Z-L
1.3
ELECTRICAL DATA
1.3.1
Electrical wiring
Meaning of marks
Symbol
CFI
Parts name
Capacitor for FMI
Symbol
RE
Parts name
Reactor
Symbol
Tr
Parts name
Transformer
CM
Compressor motor
SM
Flap motor
ZNR
Varistor
F1,2
Fuse
Th1
Room temp. thermistor
20S
4 way valve (coil)
FMI
Fan motor (Indoor)
Th2
Heat exchanger thermistor (Indoor unit)
52C
Magnetic contactor
FMO
Fan motor (Outdoor)
Th3
Humidity thermistor
DS
Diode stack
NF
Noise filter
Th5
Heat exchanger thermistor (Outdoor unit)
C
Capacitor
RL
Inspection lamp
Th6
Outdoor air temp. thermistor
52X1~2
Auxiliary relay
NK
Noise killer
Th7
Discharge pipe temp. thermistor
EEV
Electronic expansion valve
12
White
Violet
Yellow/Green
WH
V
Y/GN
Yellow
Y
Red
Light blue
LB
Gray
Brown
BR
RD
Blue
BL
GY
Black
BK
Color symbol
SM
Y
WH
RD
BK
BR
FMI
WH
LB
CNM
CNU
CNW
Y/GN
Y/GN
Power source
1 phase 220/240V 50Hz
CFI
Display
Wireless
R-Amp
CNE
CNC
Tr
CNB
F1
(250V 3.15A)
52C
52C3
J
Back up
switch
52C
Th1
Th2
CNG
Printed circuit board
ZNR
N
52C4
GY
WH
RD
Indoor unit
1
2
3
(Power source
Signal line)
1
2
3
BK
WH
RD
Th7
Th6
Th5
20S
FM0
Outdoor unit
Y/GN
NK
CND
CNB
CNC
DS
Power
transistor
DS
RL
Printed circuit board
F2(15A)
U
V
W
V
NK
RE
WH
3
WH
RD
WH
BK
RD
V
BR
BK
1
NF
2 4
CM
C
WH
RE
SRK-GZ
Model SRK25GZ-L1
13
14
White
Violet
Yellow/Green
WH
V
Y/GN
Yellow
Y
Red
Light blue
LB
Gray
Brown
BR
RD
Blue
BL
GY
Black
BK
Color symbol
SM
Y
WH
RD
BK
BR
FMI
WH
LB
CNM
CNU
CNW
Y/GN
Y/GN
Power source
1 phase 220/240V 50Hz
CFI
Display
CNE
CNC
Tr
Wireless
R-Amp
CND
CNB
F1
(250V3.15A)
52C
52C3
J
Back up
switch
52C
Th1
Th2
CNG
Printed circuit board
ZNR
N
52C4
GY
WH
RD
Indoor unit
1
2
3
(Power source
Signal line)
1
2
3
BK
WH
RD
Th7
Th6
Th5
20S
FM0
Outdoor unit
Y/GN
NK
CND
CNB
CNC
DS
Power
transistor
DS
RL
Printed circuit board
F2(20A)
U
V
W
V
NK
RE
WH
3
WH
RD
WH
BK
RD
V
BR
BK
1
NF
2 4
CM
C
WH
RE
SRK-GZ
Model SRK35GZ-L1
Light blue
White
Yellow/Green
Y/GN
Red
RD
LB
Yellow
Y
WH
Blue
Brown
BL
Black
BR
BK
Colorsymbol
SM
FMI
BL
Y
WH
BK
RD
CNE
(
Display
)
CNH
52C
J
Th3
CNF
Th2
Th1
CNG
Printed circuit board
ZNR
S
Back up
switch
52C-3
F
250V
3.15A
52C
Wireless
R-Amp
CNM
5
4
3
2
1
CNU
52C-4
Y/GN
LB
BR
RD 3
WH
2
BK
1
CM
FMo
3 RD
WH
2
BK
1
RD
WH
BK
CNB
DS
U
V
W
N
CNE
RL
BL
Power transistor
P
IC2
GY
Printed circuit
Fuse
board
250V 25A
CNA
CNB
Printed circuit
board
CNA
Outdoor unit
OR RE
WH
Th7
Th6
Th5
EEV
20S
Model
Power source
1 phase 220/240V 50Hz
Indoor unit
SRK-GZ
SRK502Z-L
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SRK-GZ
1.4
OUTLINE OF OPERATION CONTROL BY MICROCOMPUTER
(1) Remote control switch
Remote control switch
Models All models
HI POWER operation indicator
Indicators during HI POWER operation.
FAN SPEED indicator
ECONOMY operation indicator
Indicators the ¡ for the fan speed which has
been set.
Indicators during ECONOMY operation.
Operation switch over indicator
Indicators the ¡ for the operation which has
been set.
ON-TIMER • OFF-TIMER indicator
AIR FLOW indicator
Indicates selected flap mode.
FAN SPEED button
CONT HI POWER ECONO
AUTO
HI
MED
LO
Each time the button is pushed, the ¡
indicator is switched over in turn.
OPERATION MODE select button
Each time the button is pushed, the ¡
indicator is switched over in turn.
ON OFF TIMER
HI POWER button
FAN SPEED
This button changes the HI POWER
operation.
ON/OFF
MODE
ON/OFF button
This button, when pressed, starts operation
and stops when repressed.
HI POWER
TEMP
AIR FLOW
AIR FLOW button
SET TEMPERATURE button
ECONO
SET TIMER
TIMER
This button changes the flap mode.
This button sets the room temperature.
ACL
TIMER button
ECONOMY button
This button changes the ECONOMY operation.
The button selects ON TIMER operation,
OFF-TIMER operation or normal operation.
SET TIMER button
This button sets the ON TIMER time or SLEEP
time.
Reset switch
Switch for resetting microcomputer.
¡ Above figure shows all indications for the
purpose of explanation, but practically only
the pertinent parts are indicated.
Indoor unit indicator
Model SRK25GZ-L1
RUN (HOT KEEP) lamp (green)
¡ Illuminates during operation.
¡ Flashes at stop blowing due to the hot keep.
RUN
TIMER
INVERTER
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SRK25GZ
TIMER lamp (yellow)
Illuminates during TIMER operation.
SRK-GZ
Model SRK35GZ-L1
RUN (HOT KEEP) lamp (green)
TIMER
• Illuminates during operation.
• Flashing at stop blowing due to the hot keep.
RUN
TIMER lamp (yellow)
Illuminates during TIMER operation.
SRK35GZ
Model SRK502Z-L
RUN (HOT KEEP) lamp (green)
TIMER lamp (yellow)
Illuminates during TIMER operation.
• Illuminates during operation.
• Flashing at stop blowing due to
the hot keep.
RUN
HI POWER
TIMER
ECONO
HI POWER lamp (green)
ECONOMY lamp (orange)
Illuminates during HI POWER operation.
Illuminates during ECONOMY operation.
(2) Back-up switch
Model SRK25GZ-L1
When the remote controller become weak, or if the remote controller is lost or malfunctioning, this switch may be used to turn the unit on and off.
(a)
Operation
Push the switch once to place the unit in the automatic mode. Push it once
more to turn the unit off.
(b) Detail of operation
ON/OFF button
Operation starts in the same way as the previous operation.
Model SRK35GZ-L1
Model SRK502Z-L
ON / OFF
ON/OFF button
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(3) Flap control
Control the flap by AIRFLOW button on the wireless remote control.
(a)
Natural flow (AUTO)
The flap will be automatically set to the angle of air flow best to operation.
(i)
Starting time of operation
Models SRK25GZ-L1, 35GZ-L1
In case of heating
s operation
t
In case of cooling
s and dry operation t
Sway operation
Stops at the level position for
one minute.
Sway operation
Flap stops 3’50” on
this position.
¡ When the room temperature controller (thermostat) is activated, horizontal blowing is applied to prevent cool wind from blowing out.
¡ The flap operation as shown above will be
repeated.
Model SRK502Z-L
During cooling and
s dry operation
t
During heating
s operation
t
Stops for approximately
10 seconds in the
horizontal position.
Thick line
: Rapid movement
Thin line
: Slow movement
Stops for approximately
13 seconds in this
position.
Thick line
: Rapid movement
Thin line
: Slow movement
(ii) When not operating
The flap returns to the position of air flow directly below, when operation has stopped.
(b) Memory flap (Excepted SRK 25 model)
While the flap is operating if the AIRFLOW button is pushed once, it stops swinging at an angle.
As this angle is memorized in the microcomputer, the flap will be automatically set to the angle when next operation is
started.
¡
Recommendable stopping angle of the flap
HEAT
COOL•DRY
(c)
Horizontal
blowing
Swing flap
Flap moves in upward and downward directions continuously.
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Slant forward
blowing
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(4) Comfort timer setting
If the timer is set at ON when the operation select switch is set at the cooling or heating, or the cooling or heating in auto mode
operation is selected, the comfort timer starts and determines the starting time of next operation based on the initial value of 15
minutes and the relationship between the room temperature at the setting time (temperature of room temperature sensor) and the
setting temperature. (Max. 60 minutes)
Operation mode
Operation start time correction value (Min.)
3 < Room temp. – Setting temp.
At cooling
1 < Room temp. – Setting temp.
+5
3 < Setting temp. – Room temp.
At heating
3
No change
1
–5
2 < Setting temp. – Room temp.
+5
Room temp. – Setting temp.
3
No change
Setting temp. – Room temp.
2
–5
Notes (1) At 5 minutes before the timer ON time, operation starts regardless of the temperature of the room temperature sensor (Th1).
(2) This function does not actuate when the operation select switch is set at the dehumidifying as well as the dehumidifying in the auto mode.
However, the operation of item (1) above is performed during the dehumidifying in the auto mode.
(3) During the pleasant reservation operation, both the operation lamp and timer lamp illuminate and the timer lamp goes off after expiration of the timer, ON setting
time.
(Example) Heating
Corrects the starting time of next operation by
calculating the temperature difference.
Setting temperature
¡ If the difference (= Setting temperature – Room temperature) is 4ºC, the correction value is found to be +5 minutes from the table shown above so that the starting time
of next operation is determined as follows:
15 min. earlier + 5 min. = 20 min. earlier
↑
↑
Current operation
Correction value
start time
Room temperature
Operation starting time
Time
15 min.
earlier
10 min.
earlier
5 min.
earlier
Setting time
(5) Outline of heating operation
(a)
Air flow selection
(i)
Frequency of inverter changes within the range of selected air flow.
Model
SRK25GZ-L1
Air flow selection
Auto
Frequency
Air flow
HI
MED
SRK502Z-L
34~110Hz
34~110Hz
14~150rps
Depends on frequency.
Depends on frequency.
Depends on frequency.
Frequency
34~110Hz
34~110Hz
14~150rps
Air flow
5/6th speed
5~7th speed
6~8th speed
Frequency
Air flow
LO
SRK35GZ-L1
34~80Hz
34~94Hz
14~110rps
5th speed fixed
5th speed fixed
4~7th speed
Frequency
Air flow
34~50Hz
34~58Hz
14~50rps
3rd/4th speed
3rd speed fixed
2~5th speed
(ii) When the defrosting, protection device, etc. is actuated, operation is performed in the corresponding mode.
(iii) Outdoor unit blower operates in accordance with the frequency.
(b) Details of control at each operation mode (pattern)
(i)
Fuzzy operation
Deviation between the room temperature setting correction temperature and the suction air temperature is calculated in
accordance with the fuzzy rule, and used for control of the air capacity and the inverter frequency.
(ii) Heating thermostat operation
¡ Operating conditions
If the frequency obtained with the fuzzy calculation drops below -24 Hz (rps) during the heating fuzzy operation,
the operation changes to the heating thermostat operation.
¡ Detail of operation
Inverter frequency
0Hz (rps) [Comp. stopped]
Indoor fan
Hot keep normal mode → 1st speed
Outdoor fan
Stop
Flap
Horizontal
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(iii) Continuous mode operation (Temperature setting button on remote controller: Continuous)
Model
Item
SRK25GZ-L1
AUTO
Inverter frequency
HI
104Hz
Indoor fan
6th speed
SRK35GZ-L1
MED
LO
AUTO
98Hz
50Hz
98Hz
5th speed 4th speed
Outdoor fan
HI
7th speed
ON
SRK502Z-L
MED
LO
AUTO
94Hz
58Hz
HI
144rps
5th speed 3rd speed
ON
MED
LO
110rps
50rps
8th speed
7th speed 5th speed
5th speed
4th speed 2nd speed
Notes (1) In the continuous mode, the continuous heating operation is performed without adjustment of room temperature.
(2) Protective functions will be operated with priority even during the continuous mode operation.
(iv) Hot keep operation
If the hot keep operation is selected during the heating operation, the indoor blower is controlled based on the temperature
of the indoor unit heat exchanger (detected with Th2, indoor unit heat exchanger sensor) to prevent blowing of cool
wind.
S SRK25, 35GZ-L1
¡ Normal mode (Normal heating operation, operation after HI POWER completion)
7th speed
6th speed
Indoor fan
5th speed
¡
Values of A, B
4th speed
3rd speed
At 0 Hz command
Other than 0 Hz
command
2nd speed
1st speed
A
B
22
25
17
19
Note (1) Refer to the table shown above
right for the values A and B.
Indoor heat exchanger temp. (˚C)
¡ Hot keep M mode [During HI POWER operation (for 15 min.)]
7th speed
6th speed
5th speed
Indoor fan
Note (1) Refer to the table
shown above right for
the values A and B.
4th speed
3rd speed
2nd speed
1st speed
Indoor heat exchanger temp. (˚C)
S SRK502Z-L
¡ Normal mode (Normal heating operation, operation after HI POWER completion)
8th speed
7th speed
¡
6th speed
Indoor fan
Values of A, B
5th speed
At 0 Hz command
Other than 0 Hz
command
4th speed
3rd speed
2nd speed
A
B
22
25
17
19
Note (1) Refer to the table shown above
right for the values A and B.
1st speed
OFF
a
b
27.5 28 29.5
31.5
34
36
37.5
Indoor heat exchanger temp. (˚C)
39
40
¡ Hot keep M mode [During HI POWER operation (for 15 min.)]
8th speed
7th speed
6th speed
Indoor fan
5th speed
Note (1) Refer to the table shown above
right for the values A and B.
4th speed
3rd speed
2nd speed
1st speed
OFF
a
20
b
29
31
32
34
38
Indoor heat exchanger temp. (˚C)
42
50
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(v) Defrosting operation
S Models SRK25GZ-L1, 35GZ-L1
1) Starting conditions (Defrosting operation can be started only when all of the following conditions are met.)
¡ Model SRK25GZ-L1
1 After start of heating operation → When it elapsed 40 minutes. (Accumulated operation time)
2 After end of defrosting operation → When it elapsed 40 minutes. (Accumulated compressor operation time)
3 Outdoor unit heat exchanger thermistor (Th5) temperature → When the temperature has been below –3ºC
for 3 minutes continuously.
4 When there is a big temperature difference between the outdoor unit heat exchanger thermistor (Th5) and
the outdoor air temperature thermistor (Th6).
5 When the compressor is operating.
Moreover, the defrosting operation starts when the frequency command released from the indoor unit controller has counted 0 Hz for more than 10 times and when all conditions of 1, 2 and 3 above (however,
temperature of Th5 at –3ºC or under) are met.
¡ Model SRK35GZ-L1
1 After start of heating operation → When it elapsed 40 minutes. (Accumulated operation time)
2 After end of defrosting operation → When it elapsed 40 minutes. (Accumulated compressor operation time)
3 Outdoor unit heat exchanger thermistor (Th5) temperature → When the temperature has been below –5°C
for 3 minutes continuously.
4 Outdoor air temperature thermistor (Th6) - Outdoor unit heat exchanger thermistor (Th5) temperature
0.44 × Outdoor air temperature thermistor temperature + 9ºC or higher
5 When the compressor is operating.
Moreover, the defrosting operation starts when the frequency command released from the indoor unit controller has counted 0 Hz for more than 10 times and when all conditions of 1, 2 and 3 above (however,
temperature of Th5 at –3ºC or under) are met.
2) Operation of functional components during defrosting operation
Indoor
Depending on
frequency
Indoor fan
Note (1)
Steps marked with ( ) of indoor
blower are subject to the hot keep
control.
Note (1)
Frequency command is released
from the outdoor controller during
defrosing operation.
OFF
Operation lamp
ON
Flash
116Hz
Outdoor
Inverter command
frequency
Fuzzy calculation
value
34Hz
Outdoor fan
Depending on
frequency
OFF
4-way valve
ON
OFF
Defrost ON
operation
80 sec.
Defrosting
operation
Operation after end
of defrosting
100 sec.
10˚C or 15˚C at end of defrosting, or 10 min.
3) Ending conditions (Operation returns to the heating cycle when either one of the following is met.)
1 Outdoor heat exchanger thermistor (Th5) temperature: 10ºC or 15ºC or higher
2 Continued operation time of defrosting → For more than 10 min.
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S Model
SRK502Z-L
1) Starting conditions (Defrosting operation can be started only when all of the following conditions are met.)
1 After start of heating operation → When it elapsed 60 minutes. (Accumulated operation time)
2 After end of defrosting operation → When it elapsed 60 minutes. (Accumulated compressor operation time)
3 Outdoor unit heat exchanger thermistor (Th5) temperature → When the temperature has been below –2ºC
for 3 minutes continuously.
4 When outdoor air temperature thermistor (Th6) – outdoor heat exchanger liquid piping thermistor temperature (Th5) >
= 0.44 x outdoor air temperature thermistor (Th6) + A ˚C or more.
A value: Th6 >
= -2 ˚C · 4 Th6 <
= -2 ˚C · 6
5 During continuous compressor operation
In addition, when the speed command from the indoor controller of the indoor unit during heating operation
has counted 0 rps 10 times or more and all conditions of 1, 2 and 3 above are satisfied (note that when the
temperature for Th5 is 62 rps or more: -2 ˚C or less, less than 62: - 1 ˚C), defrost operation is started.
2) Operation of functional components during defrosting operation
Hot keep
Indoor unit
Indoor fan
Corresponding
to speed
OFF
ON
Operation lamp
Flashing
(Hot keep)
Hot keep
Outdoor unit
Inverter command
frequency
Outdoor fan
4-way valve
Fuzzy calculated
value
80rps
0
Corresponding
to speed
Operation starts 1 to 2
seconds after start of
compressor.
OFF
ON
OFF
60 seconds Final defrost operation
Defrost operation 80 minute
preparation
Normal heating operation restored
Defrost end
Defrost operation
(Th5 – 9˚C or 10 minutes)
Defrost control
3) Ending conditions (Operation returns to the heating cycle when either one of the following is met.)
1 Outdoor heat exchanger thermistor (Th5) temperature: 9˚C higher.
2 Continued operation time of defrosting → For more than 10 min.
(vi) Hot standby (Excepted SRK502 model)
1) Conditions (Hot standby occurs when all of the following conditions are met.)
1 When it lapsed 2 hours continuously after the command frequency turned to 0 Hz during heating operation.
2 When the temperature detected with the external temperature sensor is below –2ºC.
2) Detail
Low voltage is applied to the compressor from the inverter so as to preheat the compressor in which refrigerant
melted in the refrigeration oil is vaporized, circulated smoothly at the start of heating operation and, as a result, the
startup of heating operation is speeded up.
3) Hot standby is reset when the external temperature turns to 0ºC or when the unit has not been operated for more
than 24 hours continuously.
(vii) Heating “HI POWER” operation (HI POWER button on remote controller: ON)
Operation is maintained for 15 minutes with a higher blow out air temperature.
¡
Detail of operation
Model
Item
Inverter command frequency
Indoor fan
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Outdoor fan
SRK25GZ-L1 SRK35GZ-L1
112Hz
SRK502Z-L
110Hz
Hot keep M mode
Depends on frequency
126rps
Notes (1) When the hot keep fan speed and the fan speed
corresponding to the frequency command are
not matched, the fan is operated with the fan
speed whichever lower.
(2) Room temperature is not adjusted during the
HI POWER operation.
(3) Protective functions will actuate with priority even during the HI POWER operation.
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(6) Outline of cooling operation
(a)
Air capacity selection
(i)
Frequency of inverter changes within the range of selected air flow.
Model
SRK25GZ-L1
Air flow selection
AUTO
Frequency
Air flow
Frequency
Air flow
LO
34~102Hz
18~118rps
Depends on frequency.
Frequency
MED
SRK502Z-L
34~92Hz
Air flow
HI
SRK35GZ-L1
Frequency
Air flow
34~92Hz
34~102Hz
18~118rps
5/6th speed
5/6th speed
5~7th speed
34~68Hz
34~86Hz
18~92rps
4th speed fixed
4/5th speed
4/5th speed
34~44Hz
34~44Hz
18~44rps
3/4th speed
3rd speed
3/4th speed
(ii) When any protective function actuates, the operation is performed in the mode corresponding to the function.
(iii) Outdoor blower is operated in accordance with the frequency.
(b) Detail of control in each mode (Pattern)
(i)
Fuzzy operation
During the fuzzy operation, the air flow and the inverter frequency are controlled by calculating the difference between
the room temperature setting correction temperature and the suction air temperature.
(ii) Cooling thermostat operation
1)
Operating conditions
2)
Detail of operation
During the cooling fuzzy operation or when the frequency obtained by the fuzzy calculation is less than -24 Hz.
Inverter frequency
0Hz [Comp. stopped]
Indoor fan
Corresponds to fan speed switch.
Outdoor fan
Stop
(iii) Continuous mode operation (Temperature setting button on remote controller: Continuous)
Model
Item
SRK25GZ-L1
AUTO
Inverter frequency
Indoor fan
HI
SRK35GZ-L1
MED
LO
68Hz
44Hz
82Hz
5th speed
AUTO
SRK502Z-L
MED
86Hz
4th speed
Outdoor fan
HI
LO
AUTO
52Hz
5th speed
ON
HI
140rps
3rd speed
ON
MED
LO
90rps
46rps
8th speed
6th speed 4th speed
5th speed
3rd speed 2nd speed
Notes (1) In the continuous mode, the unit is operated with the continuous cooling operation without adjustment of room temperature.
(2) Protective functions will actuate with priority even during the continuous mode operation.
(iv) Cooling “HI POWER” operation (HI POWER button on remote controller: ON)
The unit is operated continuously for 15 minutes regardless of the setting temperature.
1) Detail of operation: Following cycle is repeated 3 times.
Model
Item
SRK25GZ-L1
SRK35GZ-L1
1 cycle
1 cycle
2 min.
Inverter frequency
Indoor fan
Outdoor fan
3 min.
2 min.
92Hz
5th speed
SRK502Z-L
1 cycle
3 min.
2 min.
102Hz
6th speed
6th speed
ON
3 min.
108rps
7th speed
6th speed
ON
7th speed
Me
Notes (1) Protective functions will actuate with priority even during the “HI POWER” operation.
(2) Room temperature is not adjusted during the “HI POWER” operation
(3) “HI POWER” operation is prohibited during the operation controlled with the pleasant reservation timer.
(7) Outline of dehumidifying operation
(a)
After operating the indoor blower for 20 seconds from immediately after the start of operation, the indoor temperature is
checked and, based on the result of check, the cooling oriented dehumidifying or heating oriented dehumidifying is selected.
Heating oriented dehumidifying
Low
Cooling oriented dehumidifying
–3
High
Room temperature - Setting temperature (deg)
Cooling or heating oriented dehumidifying is selected again one hour after the first selection of the cooling or heating oriented dehumidifying.
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(b) Outline of control
(i)
Cooling oriented dehumidifying
S SRK25, 35GZ-L1
Room temperature is checked at 3-minute intervals after selecting the cooling or heating oriented dehumidifying in
order to determine the operation range.
Operation range
D
C
Low
B
–1
A
0
+2
Hight
Room temperature – Setting temperature (deg)
Operating pattern
D range
C range
B range
A range
25 : 48
35 : 50
36
Inverter frequency
34
0
4th speed
2nd speed
Indoor fan
1st speed
OFF
20 sec.
ON
Outdoor fan
OFF
3 min.
Determination of cooling
oriented dehumidifying
operation range
3 min.
3 min.
3 min.
Temperature check
S SRK502Z-L
Temperature and humidity are checked at 3-minute intervals after selecting the cooling or heating oriented dehumidify-
Operation range
Relative humidity (%)
ing in order to determine the operation range.
100
70
55
Low
C
B
A
F
E
D
Humidity sensor setting range
I
-1
0
+2
High-humidity range (A, B, C, I)
Low-humidity range (D, E, F, I)
55
High
Room temperature - Setting temperature (deg.)
Operating pattern
A range
60
B range
C range
70
Relative humidity (%)
D range
60
40
E range
I range
40
14
Inverter frequency
(rps)
F range
14
0
Indoor fan
7 speed
6 speed
5 speed
4 speed
3 speed
2 speed
1 speed
OFF
20 sec.
Outdoor fan
2 speed
OFF
3 min.
3 min.
3 min.
3 min.
Determination of cooling
oriented dehumidifying
operation range
Temperature and humidity check
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3 min.
3 min.
3 min.
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(ii) Heating oriented dehumidifying
After interrupting the compressor operation for 3 minutes (by the 3-minute timer) following the determination of
heating oriented dehumidifying, the unit enters in the heating operation. If the room temperature exceeds the setting
temperature by 2ºC or more, the unit checks the room temperature at 3-minute intervals and, depending on the result,
determines the range of heating oriented dehumidifying operation.
Operation range
O
L
Low
M
–1
0
Hight
Room temperature – Setting temperature (deg)
Operating pattern
Heating operation
O range
L range
M range
25:34
35:44
50:40
25,35:40
50:60
25,35:34
50:14
Inverter frequency
0
Indoor fan
4th speed
2nd speed
1st speed
20 sec.
(50 : 2nd speed)
ON
OFF
Outdoor fan
In the course of
development
(50 : 2nd speed)
(50 : 2nd speed)
3 min.
3 min.
3 min.
Determination of heating
oriented dehumidifying
operation range
Temperature check
(iii) Continuous dehumidifying operation (Temperature setting button on remote controller: Continuous)
Model
Item
SRK25GZ-L1
SRK35GZ-L1
36Hz
44Hz
40rps
2nd speed
2nd speed
4th speed
ON
ON
2nd speed
Inverter frequency
Indoor fan
Outdoor fan
SRK502Z-L
Notes (1) Protective function will actuate with priority even during the continuous mode.
(2) If the “Room temperature setting” is changed to 18~30ºC during the continuous dehumidifying operation, the unit enters in
the cooling oriented dehumidifying operation.
(8) Outline of automatic operation
(a)
Determination of operation mode
The unit checks the room temperature and the outdoor air temperature after operating the indoor and outdoor blowers for 30
seconds, determines the operation mode and the room temperature setting correction value, and then enters in the automatic
operation.
27.5
Cooling
25.5
Dehumidifying
Room temperature (˚C)
19.5
Heating
30
18
Outdoor temperature (˚C)
(b) The unit checks the temperature every hour after the start of operation and, if the result of check is not same as the previous
operation mode, changes the operation mode.
(c) When the unit is started again within one hour after the stop of automatic operation or when the automatic operation is
selected during heating, cooling or dehumidifying operation, the unit is operated in the previous operation mode.
(d) Setting temperature can be adjusted within the following range. There is the relationship as shown below between the signals
of the wireless remote controller and the setting temperature.
Signals of wireless remote controller (Display)
Setting
temperature
–6
–5
–4
–3
–2
–1
±0
+1
+2
+3
+4
+5
+6
Cooling
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Dehumidifying
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Heating
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
25
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(9) Economical operation (ECONO button on remote controller: ON)
Pressing the economy button initiates a soft operation with the power suppressed in order to avoid an excessive cooling or heating.
The unit operates 1.5ºC higher than the setting temperature for the LO air flow during cooling or 2.5ºC lower than that during
heating.
(10) Protective control function
(a)
Frost prevention for indoor heat exchanger (During cooling or dehumidifying)
(i) Operating conditions
(i) Indoor heat exchanger temperature (detected with Th2) is lower than 2.5ºC.
(ii) 10 minutes elapsed after the start of operation.
(ii) Detail of anti-frost operation
Inverter command speed
Indoor fan
0Hz
2nd speed
Outdoor fan
OFF
4-way valve
Stop mode
(iii) Reset conditions: Indoor heat exchanger temperature (Th2) is higher than 8˚C.
(b) Indoor fan motor protection
When the air conditioner is operating and the indoor fan motor is turned ON, if the indoor fan motor has operated at 300 rpm
or under for more than 30 seconds, the unit enters first in the stop mode and then stops the entire system.
Timer lamp illuminates simultaneously and the operation lamp flashing 6 times at each 8-second.
(c)
Continuous low Hz operation protection
When the command frequency from the indoor control has been suppressed at 18rps (40 Hz) or under (other than 0 rps(Hz))
for more than 15(45) minutes in order for the reverse feed of oil to the compressor, the compressor is operated forcibly at
30rps (60Hz) for 20(30) seconds (1 minutes). However, the speed of indoor fan is not changed.
Notes (1) If a command exceeding 30rps (60 Hz) is received during the forced operation at 30rps (60 Hz), the command governs the operation.
(2) Value in ( ) indicates 25, 35 models.
(d) Current safe
(i) Purpose: Current is controlled not to exceed the upper limit of the setting operation current.
(ii) Detail of operation: Input current to the converter is monitored with the current sensor assembled on the printed
circuit board of the outdoor unit and, if the operation current value reaches the limiting current value, the inverter
frequency is reduced.
If the mechanism is actuated when the frequency of outdoor unit is less than 25:28 Hz, 35:34 Hz, 50:30 rps, the compressor is stopped immediately. Simultaneously, a red LED on the printed circuit board provided on the outdoor unit
controller flashing 3 times for 0.5 second at intervals of 8 seconds. Operation starts again after a delay time of 3 minutes
but, if the mechanism is actuated again at less than 25:28 Hz, 35:34 Hz, 50:30 rps, the operation does not start on the
third time.
(e)
Current cut
(i) Purpose: Inverter is protected from overcurrent.
(ii) Detail of operation: Output current from the converter is monitored with a shunt resistor and, if the current exceeds
the setting value, the compressor is stopped immediately. Simultaneously, a red LED on the printed circuit board
provided on the outdoor unit controller flashing for 0.5 second at intervals of 8 seconds. Operation starts again after a
delay time of 3 minutes but, if the current cut mechanism is actuated again before it reaches less than 25:28 Hz, 35:34
Hz, 50:20 rps, the operation does not start on the third time.
(f)
Heating overload protective control
(i) Operating conditions: When the unit is operating with the outdoor unit frequency other than 0 Hz(rps) or when the
outdoor temperature thermistor temperature rose beyond 17ºC for 2 minutes continuously.
(ii) Detail of operation
1)
Indoor fan speed is raised forcibly by 1 step.
2)
Taking the upper limit of control frequency range at 25,35:60 Hz, 50:70 rps, if the output frequency obtained with
the fuzzy calculation exceeds the upper limit, the upper limit value is maintained.
(iii) Reset conditions: When the outdoor thermistor temperature drops below 16ºC.
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(g) Cooling overload protective control
(i) Operating conditions: When the unit is operating with the outdoor unit frequency other than 0 Hz(rps) or when the
outdoor temperature sensor temperature rose beyond 41ºC for 2 minutes continuously.
(ii) Detail of operation
S SRK25GZ-L1
1) Indoor fan speed is raised forcibly by 1 step. However, the maximum speed is the 3rd speed.
2) 10A current safe operation
Taking the lower limit of control frequency at 34 Hz, if the output frequency obtained with the fuzzy calculation
reaches this value, the operation changes to the thermostat operation.
S SRK35GZ-L1
1) 10A current safe operation
S SRK502Z-L
1) Outdoor fan speed is raised forcibly by 1 step.
2) With the controlled lower limit speed at 20 rps, there will be thermostat operation if the output speed by fuzzy
calculation reaches this value.
3) The controlled upper limit speed control is 94 rps.
(iii) Reset conditions: When the external temperature thermistor temperature drops below 40ºC.
(h) Freezing cycle system protective control
(i) Operating conditions: When both of following conditions have continued for more than 5 minutes later than 5
minutes after the start of operation.
1) Command frequency is higher than 60 Hz(rps)
2) During cooling, dehumidifying: Indoor heat exchanger temperature - Room temperature > – 4ºC
During heating: Indoor heat exchanger temperature - Room temperature < 6ºC
(ii) Detail of operation: Changes immediately the command frequency to 0 Hz and stops the operation on the entire system.
S SRK25, 35GZ-L1
Changes immediately the command frequency to 0 Hz and stops the operation on the entire system.
S SRK502Z-L
The command speed repeats 30 minutes at 30rps ↔ 2 minutes at 62 rps. It is cancelled if outside of 1) or 2) above.
(I)
Compressor overheat protection
(i) Purpose: It is designed to prevent deterioration of oil, burn of motor oil and other trouble resulting from the compressor overheat.
(ii) Detail of operation
1) Frequencies are controlled with temperature detected by the thermistor mounted on the discharge pipe (Comp. dome).
(Example) Fuzzy
4 Hz (4rps) (1), (4)
After lapse of 3 min. or over (3)
Inverter
After lapse of 3 min. or
over (3)
After lapse of 3 min. or over (3)
4 Hz (4rps)
Lower limit
frequency 34 Hz
(Cool : 22rps, Heat : 38rps)
95
(90)
100
0 Hz (0rps)
125
Discharge pipe temperature (˚C)
Notes (1) When the discharge pipe temperature is in the range of 100 to 125ºC, the frequency is reduced by 4 Hz (4rps).
(2) When the discharge pipe temperature is raised and continues operation for 20 seconds without charging, then the frequency is reduced again by 4 Hz (4rps).
(3) When the discharge pipe temperature is in the range of 95 to 100ºC, and if the inverter frequency is being maintained and
the operation has continued for more than 3 minutes at the same frequency, it returns to the normal operation.
(4) Value in ( ) indicates 50 model.
2)
If the temperature of 125ºC is detected by the thermistor on the discharge pipe (Comp. dome), then the compressor will stop immediately.
Simultaneously, the red LED on the printed circuit board of outdoor unit controller flashing 5 times for 0.5 second
at interval of 8 seconds.When the discharge temperature drops and the time delay of 3 minutes is over, the unit
starts again within 1 hour but there is no start at the third time.
(J) Serial signal transmission error protection
(i) Purpose: Prevents malfunction resulting from error on the indoor ↔ outdoor signals.
(ii) Detail of operation: When the indoor unit controller ↔ outdoor unit controller signals cannot be received, the
compressor is stopped immediately. Simultaneously, the red LED on the printed circuit board of outdoor unit controller
flickers 6 time for 0.5 second at intervals of 8 seconds. Once the operation stops, it does not start any more.
(Timer lamp on the indoor unit flashing at the same time.)
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(k)
High pressure control
(i)
Purpose: Prevents abnormally high pressure operation during heating.
(ii) Detector: Indoor unit heat exchanger thermistor (Th2)
(iii) Detail of operation: (Example) Fuzzy
8 Hz (8 rps) (1),
After lapse of 6 min. or over (3)
After lapse of 6 min. or
over (3)
After lapse of 6 min. or
over (3)
(4)
8 Hz (8 rps)
Lower limit
frequency 34 Hz
0 Hz
(30 rps)
55
Indoor unit heat exchanger temperature (˚C)
47.5
(49.5)
65
(63)
Notes (1) When the indoor unit heat exchanger temperature is in the range of 55 - 65(63)ºC, the frequency is reduced by 8 Hz (8 rps) at each
20 seconds.
(2) When the indoor unit heat exchanger temperature is in the range of 47.5(49.5) - 55ºC, if the inverter command frequency is been
maintained and the operation has continued for more than 6 minutes at the same frequency, it returns to the normal heating
operation.
(3) Indoor blower retains the fan tap when it enters in the high pressure control. Outdoor blower is operated in accordance with the
frequency.
(4) value in ( ) indicates 50 model.
(l)
Stop mode
(i)
Operating conditions: When the operation mode is changed, when the dehumidifying operation is changed from
the heating oriented mode to the cooling oriented mode or vice versa, or when the inverter frequency turns to 0 Hz.
[When 0 Hz is commanded from the indoor unit controller, when an outdoor protective function is actuated]
(ii) Detail of operation
S SRK25GZ-L1, 35GZ-L1
When stopped by indoor unit controller
Function
Operation
Inverter
frequency
(Command
frequency)
0
Indoor
fan
(Frequency
dependent)
OFF
Cooling, cooling
oriented dehumidifying
3 min.(1)
3 min.(1)
Heating, heating
oriented dehumidifying
2 min.
55 sec.
Cooling, cooling
oriented dehumidifying
2 min.
55 sec.
Hot keep
ON
Indoor
power
relay
OFF
Outdoor
fan
OFF
4-way
valve
Heating, heating
oriented dehumidifying
When stopped or reset by outdoor unit protective function
ON
10 sec.
ON
OFF
10 sec.
10 sec.
2 min.
2 min.
2 min.
Stop
10 sec.
2 min.
Full stop
(0 Hz command)
Stop
Full stop
(0 Hz command)
Stop
Restart
(0 Hz command)
Stop
Restart
(0 Hz command)
Note (1) When the start delay of compressor of indoor unit controller is actuated and the operation is reset, it takes 2 minutes and 55 seconds.
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When stopped by indoor unit controller
Function
Operation
Inverter
frequency
(Command
frequency)
0
Indoor
fan
(Frequency
dependent)
OFF
Indoor
power
relay
ON
Outdoor
fan
4-way
valve
Heating, heating
oriented dehumidifying
Cooling, cooling
oriented dehumidifying
3 min.(1)
3 min.(1)
When stopped or reset by outdoor unit protective function
Heating, heating
oriented dehumidifying
2 min.
55 sec.
Cooling, cooling
oriented dehumidifying
2 min.
55 sec.
Hot keep
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
2 min.55sec.
OFF
Stop
Full stop
(0 rps command)
Stop
Full stop
(0 rps command)
Stop
Restart
(0 rps command)
Stop
Restart
(0 rps command)
Note (1) When the start delay of compressor of indoor unit controller is actuated and the operation is reset, it takes 2 minutes and 55 seconds.
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1.5
APPLICATION DATA
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
¡ Please read these “Safety Precautions” first then accurately execute the installation work.
¡ Though the precautionary points indicated herein are divided under two headings,
WARNING and
CAUTION , those points
which are related to the strong possibility of an installation done in error resulting in death or serious injury are listed in the
WARNING section. However, there is also a possibility of serious consequences in relationship to the points listed in the
CAUTION section as well. In either case, important safety related information is indicated, so by all means, properly observe all
that is mentioned.
¡ After completing the installation, along with confirming that no abnormalities were seen from the operation tests, please explain
operating methods as well as maintenance methods to the user (customer) of this equipment, based on the owner’s manual.
Moreover, ask the customer to keep this sheet together with the owner’s manual.
WARNING
¡ This system should be applied to places as households, residences and the like. Application to inferior environment such as engineering shop could cause equipment malfunction.
¡ Please entrust installation to either the company which sold you the equipment or to a professional contractor.
Defects from improper installations can be the cause of water leakage, electric shocks and fires.
¡ Execute the installation accurately, based on following the installation manual. Again, improper installations can
result in water leakage, electric shocks and fires.
¡ For installation, confirm that the installation site can sufficiently support heavy weight. When strength is insufficient, injury can result from a falling of the unit.
¡ For electrical work, please see that a licensed electrician executes the work while following the safety standards
related to electrical equipment, and local regulations as well as the installation instructions, and that only exclusive use circuits are used.
Insufficient power source circuit capacity and defective installment execution can be the cause of electric shocks
and fires.
¡ Accurately connect wiring using the proper cable, and insure that the external force of the cable is not conducted
to the terminal connection part, through properly securing it improper connection or securing can result in heat
generation or fire.
¡ Take care that wirimg does not rise upward ,and accurately install the lid/service panel.It’s improper installation
can also result heat generation or fire.
¡ When setting up or moving the location of the air conditioner, do not mix air etc. or anything other than the
designated refrigerant (R22) within the refrigeration cycle.
Rupture and injury caused by abnormal high pressure can result from such mixing.
¡ Always use accessory parts and authorized parts for installation construction. Using parts not authorized by this
company can result in water leakage, electric shock, fire and refrigerant leakage.
¡ Ventilate the work area when refrigerant leaks during the operation.
Coming in contact with fire, refrigerant could generate toxic gas.
¡ Confirm after the foundation construction work that refrigerant does not leak.
If coming in contact with fire of a fan heater, a stove or movable cooking stove, etc., refrigerant leaking in the
room could generate toxic gas.
CAUTION
¡ Execute proper grounding. Do not connect the ground wire to a gas pipe, water pipe, lightning rod or a telephone
ground wire.
Improper placement of ground wires can result in electric shock.
¡ The installation of an earth leakage breaker is necessary depending on the established location of the unit.
No installing an earth leakage breaker may result in electric shock.
¡ Do not install the unit where there is a concern about leakage of combustible gas.
The rare even of leaked gas collecting around the unit could result in an outbreak of fire.
¡ For the drain pipe, follow the installation manual to insure that it allows proper drainage and thermally insulate it
to prevent condensation. Inadequate plumbing can result in water leakage and water damage to interior items.
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1.5.1
Selection of location for installation
(1) Indoor unit
(a)
Where there is no obstructions to the air flow and where the cooled
air can be evenly distributed.
(b)
A solid place where the unit or the wall will not vibrate.
(c)
A place where there will be enough space for servicing. (Where space
4 cm
mentioned below can be secured)
Right
side
Left
side
10 cm
5 cm
(d)
Where wiring and the piping work will be easy to conduct.
(e)
The place where receiving part is not exposed to the direct rays of
1.5 cm
the sun or the strong rays of the street lighting.
(2) Outdoor unit
(a)
A place where good air circulation can be obtained.
(b)
A place where the exhausted air will not be sucked in for the second time.
(c)
A place where the unit will not be affected by other heat sources. (When there are several units installed or another heat
source)
(d)
Do not install the unit near the seaside, or where there is possibility of chlorine gas generation.
(e)
A place where discharged hot and cold air or unit’s operating sound will not be a nuisance to the neighborhood.
(f)
A place where servicing space can be secured.
Air inlet
A
D
B
Unit : mm
Air inlet
( Service
space )
Mark
A
B
SRC25GZ-L1
100
100
300
250
SRC35GZ-L1
100
300
1000
2000
SRC502Z-L
100
100
300
250
Item
Air
Outlet
C
Note (1) If the wall is higher than 1.2 m or a ceiling is
present, distances larger than indicated in the above
table must be provided.
(g)
A place where vibration will not be enlarged.
(h)
In heating operation, snow deposit on the heat-exchanger of
C
D
Snow hood
outdoor unit must be prevented for keeping the normal performance capacity.
(i)
Snow-hood on outdoor unit as in drawing, will reduce
the frequency of defrost operation.
Height:
Must be over
the possible
snow deposit
height
When installing the snow hood, take care so that the air
outlet of the snow hood will not face directly into the
most windy direction.
(ii)
Design the base higher than possible snow deposit.
(3) Limitations for one way piping length and vertical
height difference.
Model
Item
One way piping length (R)
Outdoor
Vertical height
difference (H)
unit is lower
Outdoor unit
is higher
SRK25GZ-L1
SRK35GZ-L1
SRK502Z-L
15 m
25 m
5m
15 m
5m
15 m
h
r
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1.5.2
Installation of indoor unit
(1) Installation of installation board
(a)
Fixing of installation board
Lock for the inside wall structures (Intermediate support or
pillar) and fairly install the unit after level surface has been
checked.
Adjustment of the installation
board in the horizontal direction
is to be conducted with four
screws in a temporary tightened
state.
Tapping Screws
Standard hole
Adjust so that board will be level
by turning the board with the standard hole as the center.
Fixing on concrete wall
Use of nut anchor
Use of bolt anchor
Nut
(M6)
Bolt
(M6 × 12)
Mounting
board
Max. 10
Mounting
board
(2) Drilling of holes and fixture sleeve (Option parts)
(a)
Drill a hole with ø65
(b) Adjusting sleeve length
whole core drill
Cut off the sleeve
collar in case of
drawing piping out
to rear.
Indoor side
Cut off the sleeve
collar that can be
seen from beneath
the unit.
Outdoor side
Wall thickness
+ 1.5 cm
Note (1) Drill a hall with incline of 5 degree from
indoor side to outdoor side.
(c)
Install the sleeve
(Inserting sleeve)
(*Sleeve + *Inclined + *Sealing plate)
View of sleeve when installed
Turn to
tighten
Sleeve
Sealing
plate
Paste
Indoor side
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Inclined
flange
Outdoor side
Indoor side
Outdoor side
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(3) Preparation of indoor unit
(a)
Mounting of connecting wires
S SRK25, 35GZ-L1
(i)
Remove lid
(ii)
Remove cover, terminal block cover
Earth
Wiring
Terminal
Terminal Block
Wiring Clamp
Connecting Wiring
(iii) Insert connecting wire to terminal block securely.
1 Insert connecting wire up to the terminal block securely. If
poor insertion of conductor may result in imperfect contact
Terminal Block Cover
between the conductor and the terminal causing heat generaCover
tion which may result in fire hazard.
Lid
2 Be careful not to confuse terminal numbers of connecting
wire between indoor and outdoor unit.
Pull the part marked
while pushing
its part in the direction of allow so as to
dismount it. (Dismount or detach it for
each side).
3 Use wiring clamp for connection wiring to avoid loosening
of the wire.
(iv) Install cover, terminal block cover.
(v)
Install lid.
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(i)
Open the suction grille, then remove the lid.
(ii)
Remove the wiring clamp.
Suction grille
(iii) Pass the connecting wire to terminal block from behind of indoor
Connection wire
unit.
(iv) Connect the connecting wire securely to the terminal block.
1 Connect the connection wire securely to the terminal block. If
Terminal
block
Wiring clamp
Screw
the wire is not affixed completely, contact will be poor, and it
is dangerous as the terminal block may heat up and catch fire.
2 Take care not to confuse the terminal numbers for indoor and
outdoor connections.
3 Affix the connection wire using the wiring clamp.
(v)
Fix the connecting wire by wiring clamp.
(vi) Attach the lid.
(vii) Close the suction grille.
1 Brown
2 Blue
3 Black
Yellow/Green
For power supply, indoor outdoor
Connecting wiring
Indoor/outdoor signal wire (Low voltage)
Earth wiring terminal
Note (1) Connection wiring should not exceed 15 m. If this length is exceeded, communication
errors are likely to occur between the outdoor and indoor units, which could stop the air
conditioner.
(b) Protective taping (Protect the cable with tape at the section where the cable passes through the hole opened on the wall.)
(c)
Forming of pipe (Holding down the pipe at the root, change the pipe direction, extend it and adjust according to the
circumstance.)
[When the pipe is extended to left and taken out from the rear center]
(Drain pipe relocation procedure)
1. Remove the drain pipe.
2. Remove the drain cap.
¡ Loosen the spring clamp ¡ Remove by hand or use
to remove.
cutting pliers, etc.
3. Insert the drain cap.
4. Connect the drain pipe.
¡ Securely insert the drain
cap removed in the step
2.
Note:If it is inserted insufficiently, water leakage
¡ Loosen the spring clamp
and securely insert the
drain pipe.
Note:If it is inserted insufficiently, water leakage
could result.
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¡ When arranging the pipe through a hole opened at the center, open the knockout hole using nippers, etc.
Chute
Wall
Note (1) It is designed to collect moisture accumulated on the rear face in the drain
pan. Be sure not to accommodate the
power cable, etc. above the chute.
Pipe accommodation space
(4) Installation on indoor unit
(a)
Install the indoor unit on the mounting plate.
Hook the upper part of the indoor unit on the stoppers disposed at the upper part of the mounting plate and lightly push the
lower part of the indoor unit so that the unit is fixed in position.
¡
When removing the indoor unit
1) Disconnect the lid at right and left.
Mounting
plate
2) Pull down the stoppers (right and left) provided at the bottom of the indoor unit base.
Wall
(See the detail view shown at right.)
Light push
(b) Be sure not to leave any trap on the drain pipe.
Indoor unit base bottom stopper
(2 places at right, left)
Declining slope
1.5.3
Inverted slope
Trap
Installation of outdoor unit
(1) Installation of outdoor unit
(a)
Make sure that sufficient space for installation and service is secured.
(b)
Fix the leg sections of the unit on a firm base which will not play.
(c)
Attach a drain elbow, etc. under the drain port of the bottom plate to guide drain water.
Attach cushion pads, etc. between the unit and the mounting fixtures not to transmit vibration to the building.
(Drain elbow should not be used where days when temperature drops below 0°C continue for several days. Draining may be
disturbed by frozen water.)
(d)
When installing the unit at a higher place or where it could be toppled with strong winds, secure the unit firmly with
foundation bolts, wire, etc.
(2) Connection of indoor and outdoor connecting wiring
(a)
Connect the wiring according to the number of the indoor terminal block. (Mis-wiring may cause the burning damage, and
make sure to connect correctly.)
Wiring clamp
Terminal block
Earth terminal
1
Brown
For power supply, indoor outdoor
2
3
Blue
Black
Connecting wiring
Indoor/outdoor signal wire (Low voltage)
Yellow/Green
Earth Wiring Terminal
Interconnecting wire
Notes (1) To prevent the mis-operation by noise, when the connecting wire too long for indoor and outdoor. Please hide the fixed wire in the pipe or
use vinyl tape to set. Do not put wire into the unit.
(2) Please let the anchorized personal to decide by indoor wiring code whether connect the leakage breaker or not.
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1.5.4
Refrigerant piping
(1) Preparation
Keep the openings of the pipes covered with tapes etc. to prevent dust, sand, etc. from entering them.
Outdoor unit side
Indoor unit side
Dimension A
Liquid side
(φ6.35): 9-9.5 dia
Gas side
(φ9.52): 13.2-14 dia
(φ12.7): 16.2-17 dia
Press
(Do not
turn)
Remove
Remove
¡ Remove the flared nuts.
(on both liquid and gas sides)
¡ Remove the flared nuts.
(on both liquid and gas sides)
¡ Install the removed flared nuts to the pipes to be connected,
then flare the pipes.
(2) Connection of refrigerant piping
Indoor unit side
Outdoor unit side
¡ Connect firmly gas and liquid side
pipings by Torque wrench.
¡ Connect firmly gas and liquid side
pipings by Torque wrench.
Spanner
for fixing
the piping)
Torque
wrench
¡ Specified torquing value:
Liquid side (ø6.35) : 15.7~19.6N·m (1.6~2kgf·m)
Gas side (ø9.52) : 29.4~39.2N·m (3.0~4.0kgf·m)
Gas side (ø12.7) : 39.2~49.0N·m (4.0~5.0kgf·m)
¡ Specified torquing value:
Liquid side (ø6.35) : 15.7~19.6N·m (1.6~2kgf·m)
Gas side (ø9.52) : 29.4~39.2N·m (3.0~4.0kgf·m)
Gas side (ø12.7) : 39.2~49.0N·m (4.0~5.0kgf·m)
¡ Use one more spanner to fix the valve.
¡ Always use a Torque wrench and back up spanner to tighten the flare nut.
(3) Air purge
(a)
Tighten all flare nuts in the pipings both indoor and outside wall so as not to cause leak.
(b)
Connect service valve, charge hose, manifold valve and vacuum pump as is illustrated below.
(c)
Open manifold valve handle Lo to its full width, and perform vacuum or evacuation.
Continue the vacuum or evacuation operation for 15 minutes or more and check to see that the vacuum gauge reads – 0.1
MPa (– 76 cmHg).
(d)
After completing vacuum operation, fully open service valve (Both gas and liquid sides) with hexagon headed wrench.
(e)
Check for possible leakage of gas in the connection parts of both indoor and outdoor.
Compound Pressure
(Gauge)
gauge
–76 cm Hg
Handle Lo
(pressure)
Stop valve
(Three-way
valve)
Stop valve
(Two-way valve)
Charge hose
Manifold
valve
Handle Hi
(pressure)
Charge hose
Vacuum pump
Service port
Additional refrigerant charge
When refrigerant piping exceeds 5m(50:7m) conduct additional refrigerant charging after refrigerant sweeping.
A mount of additional charge per meter: 20 g/m
Example of additional charge amount calculation
Calculate the additional charge amount, when the piping length is 10 m.
(10 – 5) m × 20g/m = 100g
100g for additional charge amount
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(4) Insulation of connecting portion
(a)
Cover the connecting portion of the refrigerant piping with the pipe cover and seal them.
If neglecting to do so, moisture occurs on the piping and water will drip out.
To cover the connecting portion with
insulation material materials, cut upper portion
and then seal it with insulation materials.
Vinyl tape
(b)
Finishing and fixing
(i)
Insulation
Refrigerant piping
Electrical wiring
Covering tape
Drain hose
Tie up the piping with wrapping tape, and shape it so
that it conforms to which the pipe is attached.
(ii)
Fix them with clamps as right figure.
Cover the exterior portion with covering tape and shape the piping so
it will match the contours of the
route that the piping to take. Also
fix the wiring and pipings to the
wall with clamps.
Tapping screw
1.5.5
Test run
(1) Conduct trial run after confirming that there is no gas leaks.
(2) When conducting trial run set the remote controller thermostat to continuous operation position. However when the power source
is cut off or when the unit’s operation switch is turned off or was turned to fan operation position, the unit will not go into operation
in order to protect the compressor.
(3) Insert in electric plug into the electric outlet and make sure that it is not loose.
(a)
When there is something wrong with the electric outlet and if the insertion of the electric plug is insufficient, there may occur
a burn out.
(b)
It is very important to be careful of above when plugging in the unit to an already furnished electrical outlet.
(4) Explain to the customer on the correct usage of the air conditioner in simple layman’s terms.
(5) Make sure that drain flows properly.
(6) Standard operation data
Model
Item
SRK25GZ-L1
SRK35GZ-L1
SRK502Z-L
High pressure
MPa (kgf/cm2)
Cooling
–
–
–
Heating
1.76~1.96 (18~20)
1.76~1.96 (18~20)
2.06~2.25 (21~23)
Low pressure
MPa (kgf/cm2)
Cooling
0.39~0.49 (4~5)
0.39~0.49 (4~5)
0.29~0.49 (3~5)
Heating
–
–
–
Temp. difference between
suction air and discharge
air (deg)
Cooling
10~13
10~13
11~13
Running current (A)
Heating
16~19
16~19
24~26
Cooling
4.8
6.3
10.2
Heating
5.8
7.7
11.5
Note (1) The data are measured at following conditions
Ambient air temperature
Indoor side: Cooling ... 27˚C DB, 19˚C WB, Heating ... 20˚C DB
Outdoor side: Cooling ... 35˚C DB, 24˚C WB, Heating ... 7˚C DB, 6˚C WB
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1.5.6
Precautions for wireless remote controller installation and operation
(1) Wireless remote controller covers the following distances:
(a)
When operating facing the air conditioner:
6
m
or
le
ss
or
Wireless remote
controller
6 m or less
or les
s
or less
Notes (1) The remote controller is correctly facing the
sensing element of the air conditioner when being
manipulated.
(2) The typical coverage is indicated (in the left
illustration). It may be more or less depending on
the installation.
(3) The coverage may be less or even nil. If the sensing
element is exposed to strong light, such as direct
sunlight, illumination, etc., or dust is deposited on
it or it is used behind a curtain, etc.
(b) When manipulating the remote controller mounted on
a wall:
Receiver
Make sure that it works normally (i.e., transmission/reception
signal is audible) before mounting.
Remote control
available in this area.
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1.6
MAINTENANCE DATA
1.6.1
Trouble shooting
(1) Trouble shooting to be performed prior to exchanging PCB, (Printed circuit board) [Common to all models]
All the models described in this chapter are controlled by a microcomputer. When providing maintenance service to customers it
is necessary to understand the function controlled by a micro computer thoroughly, so as not to mistakenly identify correct operations as mis-operations. It is also necessary to perform the following simple checks before conducting detailed checks or exchanging printed circuit board.
Before exchanging Printed circuit board
Claim call from the user
Unit did not cool, etc.
Ascertain the nature of the claim.
¡ Is the power on?
¡ Is the thermostat setting correct?
(Not too high?)
¡ Is the unit in a time operation?
¡ Does user understand function?
etc.
Ascertain the operation status.
Is this nonsense claim?
YES
No
Operate the unit.
¡ Explain the function of the unit to user.
Does the trouble occur again?
No
No need for PCB change
Check further the status when the trouble Occured
(such as the timer of occurrence, power failures, thunder, use status of other electrical appliances, etc).
Clarify the reason for the problem and explain it thoroughly to the user.
YES
Temporarily turn off the power source and
turn it on again in about 1 min. and turn the
unit on again.
Does the trouble occur again?
No
No need for PCB change
Microcomputer runaway due to power source
conditions is a possible cause.
YES
Disconnect connectors and connect them
again.
Operate the unit again after confirming that the fuse
and the varistor equipped on PCB does not burn out.
Does the trouble occur again?
YES
Carry out checks according to detailed
check process (See later page)
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No
No need for PCB change
The cause is defective connector contact.
RUN lamp
2 time flash
RUN lamp
ON
(1)
RUN lamp
keeps flashing
TIMER lamp
ON
3 time flash
3 time flash
Note (1) SRK502Z-L only
2 time flash
2 time flash
6 time flash
2 time flash
2 time flash
6 time flash
1 time flash
1 time flash
5 time flash
OFF
4 time flash
5 time flash
OFF
2 time flash
1 time flash
OFF
OFF
6 time flash
TIMER lamp
OFF
OFF
1 time flash
2 time flash
Outdoor unit LED
RUN lamp
Rotor lock
Serial signal transmission error
Compressor overheat
Current safe stop
Outdoor unit error
When inverter revolution speed is lower than setting value, when current safe function is actuated. (Compressor stops.)
When discharge pipe (Comp. dome) thermistor value exceeds setting
value. (Compressor stops.)
Indoor unit controller ↔ Outdoor unit controller signals have not been
transmitted for more than 10 seconds. (Compressor stops.)
¡ Overload operation, overcharge, compressor lock
¡ Gas shortage, defective discharge pipe (Comp.
dome) thermistor, closed service valve
¡ Power supply problem
¡ Broken signal wire, defective indoor/outdoor unit
PCB
When the position of the magnetic pole of the compressor motor cannot
be properly detected.
When input current value which is lower than setting value continued
for more than 3 minutes. (Compressor stops.)
¡ Broken power transistor, broken compressor wire
¡ Discharge pipe thermistor poor contact.
¡ Compressor defective
¡ Outdoor unit circuit board defective
When converter output current which exceeds setting value is detected.
(Compressor stops.)
When outdoor temperature thermistor temperature of –40˚C or under
continued for more than 3 seconds while operation is stopped.
(This is not displayed during operation.)
When heat exchanger entrance thermistor temperature of –50˚C or under continued for more than 3 seconds while operation is stopped.
(This is not displayed during operation.)
When outdoor revolution speed of 0 rps continued for 3 minutes and
then broken wire signal has been transmitted by discharge pipe (Comp.
dome) thermistor data for more than 10 seconds. (Compressor stops.)
Conditions of flashing
When heat exchanger sensor temperature of –20˚C or under continued
for more than 3 minutes while operation is stopped. (This is not displayed during operation.)
When room temperature sensor temperature of –20˚C or under continued for more than 3 minutes while operation is stopped. (This is not
displayed during operation.)
When air conditioner is operating and indoor fan motor is turned ON,
indoor fan motor speed of 300 rpm or under continued for more than 30
seconds. (Air conditioner stops.)
¡ Compressor lock, open phase on compressor output terminals, shortcircuit on power transistor.
¡ Broken discharge pipe (Comp. dome) thermistor
wire, connector poor contact
Discharge pipe (Comp.dome)
thermistor error
Current cut
¡ Broken heat exchanger thermistor wire, connector poor connection
Outdoor unit heat exchanger
thermistor error
error
¡ Broken outdoor thermistor wire, connector poor
connection
¡ Defective fan motor, connector poor connection
External temperature thermistor
Indoor fan motor error
¡ Broken room temperature thermistor wire, connector poor connection
Heat exchanger thermistor error
Room temperature thermistor error
Cause
¡ Broken heat exchanger thermistor wire, connector poor connection
Trouble
SRK-GZ
(2) Self diagnosis display on indoor unit
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(3) Inspection procedures corresponding to detail of trouble
[Broken thermistor wire,
connector poor connection]
Thermistor error
Is connector connection good?
NO
Correct connection.
YES
NO
Is thermistor resistance value good?
Replace thermistor.
YES
Replace PCB.
Temperature (˚C)
Resistance (kΩ)
Temperature (˚C)
Resistance (kΩ)
0
164
70
8.7
5
127
75
7.3
10
99
80
6.2
15
78
85
5.3
20
62
90
4.5
25
50
95
3.9
30
40
100
3.3
35
32
105
2.9
40
26
110
2.5
45
21
115
2.2
50
17
120
1.9
55
14
125
1.6
60
12
130
1.4
65
10
135
1.3
30
(Broken wire)
25
20
15
10
5
(Shortcircuit)
–10
0
20
10
NO
Defective inverter
YES
Is output voltage applied to all 3
phases of power transistor?
NO
Defective inverter
YES
NO
Is there any shortcircuit?
Secure space for suction
and blow out.
YES
¡ Check compressor wiring visually.
Inspect compressor.
¡ Check insulation resistance. (1 MΩ or over)
¡ Check coil wire resistance. (Few Ω)
40
30
40
50
60
70
Temperature (˚C)
[Open phase on compressor output
terminal, compressor lock]
Current cut
Does current cut operate when
operating inverter with compressor
wire disconnected?
◆ Thermistor temperature characteristics
(Room temperature, indoor unit heat exchanger temperature, outdoor unit heat
exchanger temperature, external temperature)
Resistance (kΩ)
◆ Discharge pipe (Comp. dome) thermistor temperature characteristics
If check results are normal,
compressor is locked.
SRK-GZ
[Broken power transistor
broken compressor wire]
Outdoor unit error
NO
Is output voltage applied to all 3
phases of power transistor?
Defective inverter
YES
NO
Is compressor wiring connected
securely?
Connect securely.
YES
Inspect compressor.
[Overload operation, compressor
lock, overcharge]
Current safe stop
NO
Is refrigerant charge quantity adequate?
Discharge refrigerant.
YES
Is outdoor ventilation condition good?
NO
Secure space for suction and blow
out.
YES
Inspect compressor.
YES
Defective inverter
[Gas shortage, defective discharge
pipe (Comp. dome) thermistor]
Compressor overheat
Is discharge pipe (Comp. dome)
thermistor resistance value good?
NO
Connector connection check, resistance
value check, replacement of discharge pipe
(Comp. dome) thermistor
YES
Is sufficient quantity of refrigerant
circulated?
YES
Defective inverter
NO
Does trouble persist after
charging gas?
NO
Gas shortage
YES
Clogged capillary tube,
etc.
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[Wiring error including power cable, defective indoor/
outdoor unit PCB, error on power supply system]
Serial signal transmission error
Does error persist after power
reset?
NO
Trouble by transient cause, not unit trouble.
YES
Is there any wrong connection on
indoor/outdoor unit wiring?
NO
Correct improper wire connection on indoor/
outdoor unit.
YES
Is DC 0~Approx. 12V detected
between 2~3 terminals on
indoor unit terminal block?
NO
Defective indoor unit PCB
YES
Is DC 0~Approx. 12V detected
between2~3 terminals on
outdoor unit terminal block?
NO
Check crossover wires.
YES
Is AC 220/240V applied between
1~2 on the outdoor side terminal
block?
NO
Defective indoor unit PCB. Check crossover wires.
YES
Is there any problem on the power
supply line (fuse, reactor,
capacitor, etc.)?
NO
Replace fuse, reactor or capacitor.
YES
Defective outdoor unit PCB
[Defective fan motor,
defective PCB]
Indoor fan motor error
Is connector connection good?
NO
Correct connector
connection.
YES
Is voltage (110~220V) applied to
fan motor? (Between White - Red)
NO
Defective indoor unit
PCB
YES
Defective fan motor
[Compressor defect, outdoor
unit circuit defect]
Rotor lock
Is output voltage applied to all 3
phases of power transistor?
NO
Defective inverter
YES
¡ Check compressor wiring visually.
Inspect compressor.
¡ Check insulation resistance. (1 MΩ or over)
¡ Check coil wire resistance. (Few Ω)
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If check results are normal,
compressor is locked.
SRK-GZ
(4) Phenomenon observed after shortcircuit, wire breakage on thermistor.
(a)
Indoor unit
Phenomenon
Sensor
Operation
mode
Room temperature
thermistor
Cooling
Release of continuous compressor operation command
Continuous compressor operation command is not released.
Heating
Continuous compressor operation command is not released.
Release of continuous compressor operation command
Heat exchanger
thermistor
Cooling
System can be operated normally.
Continuous compressor operation command is not released.
(Anti-frosting)
Heating
High pressure control mode (Inverter stop command)
Hot keep (Indoor fan stop)
Shortcircuit
Broken wire
(b) Outdoor unit
Phenomenon
Thermistor
Operation
mode
Heat exchanger
pipe thermistor
Cooling
System can be operated normally.
System can be operated normally.
Heating
Defrosting is not performed.
Defrosting is performed for 10 minutes at approx. 1 hour.
External temperature
thermistor
Cooling
System can be operated normally.
Heating
Defrosting is not operated.
Defrosting is performed for 10 minutes at intervals of approx. 1 hour.
All modes
Compressor overload protection is disabled.
(Can be operated.)
Compressor stop (There is no inverter output.)
Discharge pipe
(Comp. dome)
thermistor
Shortcircuit
(5) How to make sure of remote controller
Note (1) Check method of remote controller
(1)
Is remote
controller
normal?
NO
Broken wire
Remote controller
defects
(a)
Press the reset switch of the remote controller.
(b)
If all LCD are displayed after zero (0) display, it is basically normal.
CONT HI POWER ECONO
AUTO
HI
MED
LO
YES
Again pushing
operating switch
Operating the unit?
YES
ON OFF TIMER
Abnormality is not
found.
NO
Does backup
switch operates?
YES
Operating the unit.
Replace the display.
NO
Control problem on
main unit
Is the unit
operable with remote
controller?
YES
Normal
NO
Defective remote
controller
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(6) Inspection procedures of indoor electrical equipment
NO
Is fuse (3.15A) blown?
Replace fuse.
YES
Is voltage applied between CNC
1~2 at transformer’s secondary
side? (Approx. 12V)
NO
Notes (1) Since the communication timing signal is transmitted only when the
52C is turned ON, check it under the operating condition.
(2) Check the voltage on the terminal block.
¡ Power supply: Between 1~2 (AC 220/240V)
¡ Signal: Between 2~3 (Changing between DC 0~Approx. 12V)
Check power supply,
replace transformer.
YES
Is voltage applied between
terminals 1~2 on terminal
block? (220/240V)
NO
Replace PCB.
YES
Is DC 0~12V detected between
terminals 2~3 on terminal
block?
NO
Replace PCB.
YES
Indoor electrical equipment
are normal.
(7) Inspection procedures of inverter assembly
When the inverter is judged to be defective as a result of diagnosis of the item (2) above, inspect the inverter assembly as follows.)
(a)
Diagnosis procedure (For further details, refer to the Inspection points of outdoor unit on the next page.)
Is visual check result OK?
Checks 1 and 3 must be made under the operating
1
condition.
YES
Before checking 2, make sure to turn power off, disIs voltage applied to electrolytic
compressor? (Approx. DC 300V)
2
charge electricity from the capacitor and check the residual voltage (10V or less) with a tester for safety.
NO
Defective electrolytic capacitor
YES
Is voltage applied between 3~4
of noise filter? (AC 220/240V)
YES
Defective PCB
(Including power
transistor)
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Defective PCB
NO
Is electrolytic capacitor good?
3
YES
NO
Soldering iron
Defective noise filter
RD
WH
NK
F(15A)
◆ Inspection of serial signal
Check the voltage between terminals
2~3on the terminal block.(It is normal
if the needle swing in the range of DC
0~Approx.12V)
◆ Inspection of input to PCB
¡ Check the voltage between terminals
1~2 on the terminal block. (It is
normal if AC220/240V is detected.)
¡ Fuse check:It is normal if it is conductive:
1
2
3
BK
NF
2
4
WH
BK
White
V
Yellow/Green
Red
Violet
RD
WH
Yellow
Y
Y/GN
Black
Brown
BR
BR
Y/GN
DS
RE
BK
Color symbol
1
3
◆ Inspection of noise filter
¡ Check the voltage between terminals 3~4.
(AC220/240V)
V
DS
WH
FMO
CNC
V
WH
20S
CNB
RE
C
◆ Inspection of reactor conductivity
Remove the connector and check for
conductivity.It must be conductive.
RD
U V W
RD WH BK
Th5
Th6
CND
Printed circuit board
(Including power transistor)
RL
◆ Check lamp
NK
◆ Approx.DC 300V
Tester probe
(Black)
Th7
◆ Inspection of resistance value of discharge
pipe thermistor
Remove the connector and check the resistance value.
See the section of Thermistor characteristics on page 40.
◆ Inspection of power transistor output
Operation
Frequency(Hz) Output voltage(V)
Cooling(HI POWER)
228
92
Cooling(Rating)
228
82
Heating(HI POWER)
228
112
Heating(Rating)
104
228
Note (1) The output voltage are reference values when the
inverter has no load.
CM
Tester probe
(Red)
mark
◆Inspection of capacitor
Check the charging characteristics with a tester.
(Needle should swing and return slowy.Change
the polarity and check again.If the needle returns,
it is normal.)
Power
transistor
◆ Check point of outdoor unit (SRC25GZ-L1)
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46
RD
WH
NK
F(20A)
◆ Inspection of serial signal
Check the voltage between terminals
2~3on the terminal block.(It is normal
if the needle swing in the range of DC
0~Approx.12V)
◆ Inspection of input to PCB
¡ Check the voltage between terminals
1~2 on the terminal block. (It is
normal if AC220/240V is detected.)
¡ Fuse check:It is normal if it is conductive:
1
2
3
BK
NF
2
4
WH
BK
White
V
Yellow/Green
Red
Violet
RD
WH
Yellow
Y
Y/GN
Black
Brown
BR
BR
Y/GN
DS
RE
BK
Color symbol
1
3
◆ Inspection of noise filter
¡ Check the voltage between terminals 3~4.
(AC220/240V)
V
DS
WH
FMO
CNC
V
WH
20S
CNB
RE
C
◆ Inspection of reactor conductivity
Remove the connector and check for
conductivity.It must be conductive.
RD
U V W
RD WH BK
Th5
Th6
CND
Printed circuit board
(Including power transistor)
RL
◆ Check lamp
NK
◆ Approx.DC 300V
Tester probe
(Black)
Th7
◆ Inspection of resistance value of discharge
pipe thermistor
Remove the connector and check the resistance value.
See the section of Thermistor characteristics on page 40.
◆ Inspection of power transistor output
Operation
Frequency(Hz) Output voltage(V)
Cooling(HI POWER)
102
218
Cooling(Rating)
218
86
Heating(HI POWER)
218
110
Heating(Rating)
218
98
Note (1) The output voltage are reference values when the
inverter has no load.
CM
Tester probe
(Red)
mark
◆Inspection of capacitor
Check the charging characteristics with a tester.
(Needle should swing and return slowy.Change
the polarity and check again.If the needle returns,
it is normal.)
Power
transistor
◆ Check point of outdoor unit (SRC35GZ-L1)
SRK-GZ
Power source
1 Phase
220/240V
50Hz
● Power source and serial
signal inspection
1 to 2: AC220/240V
2 to 3: Normal if the voltage oscillates between DC 0 and
approx. 12V
3
2
1
CNB
}
CNE
EEV
20S
CNB
AC.S
GY
CNA
Printed circuit board
Fuse
250V 25A
S.OUT
52X2-4
AC.R
BL
~
~
DS
–
+
WH
Re
● Inspection of electronic expansion valve
To test if there is voltage.
(Voltage is only applied to the electronic expansion valve when the valve angle is
being changed.)
Red to white
Red to Orange
Normal if there is approximately DC 5 V 10 seconds
Brown to yellow
after the power supply is turned on.
Brown to blue
If the expansion valve does not operate as shown above, it is defective.
Y/GN
Y/GN
G
S.IN
WH
RD
R.IN
BK
High voltage is produced in the control box. Don't touch
electrical parts in the control box for 5 minutes after the unit is
stopped.
CAUTION – HIGH VOLTAGE
◆ Check point of outdoor unit (SRC502Z-L)
+
+
+
RL
+
Tho-A
Tho-R
CND
Tho-D
CNC
W BK
V WH
U RD
inspection. (Do not use a digital tester. Check in
(2)
(1)
0
Operation SW ON
8 ~ 10 sec.
1
(Example)
Self-diagnosis display
: Flashes 2 times
Measure in this section
For about 50 seconds. After being switched on,
there will be a delay of approximately one minute
depending on the conditions.
door unit are normal.
transistor and the circuit board for the out-
ure on the right can be measured, the power
If an output such as the one shown in the fig-
Disconnect the terminals for the compressor.
Output inspection procedure
output of the power transistor.
etc.). If no problems are found, check the
compressor system (burns, wiring mistakes,
If there is a self-diagnosis display, inspect the
the AC 300 volt range.)]
Output voltage
(ACV)
CM
◆ Inspection of resistance value of Comp. dome
thermistor
Remove the connector and check the resistance value.
See the section of thermistor characteristics on page 40.
FMo
CNA
N
P
Power
transistor
Printed circuit board
◆ Check lamp
IC2
OR
◆ Inspection of reactor conductivity
Remove the connector and check for
conductivity.It must be conductive.
◆ Power transistor inspection procedure
[Use a tester with a needle indicator for the
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1.6.2
Servicing
(1) Evacuation
The evacuation is an procedure to purge impurities......noncondensable gas, air, moisture from the refrigerant equipment by using
a vacuum pump. Since the refrigerant R22 is very insoluble in water, even a small amount of moisture left in the refrigerant
equipment will freeze, causing what is called water clogging.
¡ Evacuation procedure
(a)
Check to ensure that there is no internal pressure in the unit. If there is an internal pressure, it
should be relieved through the check joint.
(b)
Connect the service hoses of the gauge manifold to the check joint of the gas & liquid piping.
(c)
Connect a vacuum pump to the charge hose A . Repeat evacuation in the following sequence.
Liquid side
Start the vacuum pump.
Compound pressure gauge indicates –0.1 MPa (–76 cmHg)
Gas side
Operate the vacuum pump for more than 15 minutes after –0.1 MPa
(–76 cmHg) is indicated.
Check joint
Close low pressure valve 1 of gauge manifold.
Service hose
Gauge
manifold
Stop the vacuum pump.
Charge hose
Notes (1) Do not use the refrigerant pressure to expel air.
(2) Do not use the compressor for evacuation.
(3) Do not operate the compressor in the vacuum condition.
Refrigerant
cylinder
Vacuum
pump
(2) Refrigerant charge
(a)
Discharge refrigerant entirely from the unit and evacuate the unit.
Note: Addition of refrigerant without evacuation is unreasonable, because it will result in low charge or overcharge.
(b)
Keep the gauge manifold and connect a refrigerant cylinder to the unit.
(c)
Record the weight of the refrigerant cylinder on the balance. This is necessary for making sure of the charged refrigerant
amount.
(d)
Purge air from the charge hose A
Firstly loose the connecting portion of the charge hose A at the gauge manihold side and open the valve 3 for a few seconds,
and then immediately retighten it after observing that gas is blow out from the loosened portion.
(e)
Open the valve 1 and 3 after discharging air from the charge hose A , then the gas refrigerant begins flowing from the
cylinder into the unit. Be sure to erect the refrigerant cylinder upright to let gas refrigerant flow into the unit.
(f)
When refrigerant has been charged into the system to some extent, refrigerant flow becomes stagnant, when that
happens, start the compressor in cooling cycle until the unit is filled with gas to the specified weight.
(g)
Making sure of the refrigerant amount, close the valve 3
(h)
Disconnect the charge hose from the unit. Cover the valve ports of the refrigerant piping with caps and tighten them securely.
(i)
Check for gas leakage applying a gas leak detector along the piping line.
(j)
Start the air conditioner and make sure of its operating condition......high side and low side pressures and temperature difference between suction air and outlet air.
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1.6.3
Power supply remote operation
When the remote part on indoor unit PCB is modified, the air conditioner is turned ON-OFF by power supply ON-OFF operation
without using remote control switch.
After the power supply remote operation, the operation contents can be modified by the remote controller.
AUTO
Set temperature
COOL: 26˚C
DRY: 25˚C
HEAT: 25˚C
Air flow change
AUTO
Flap
AUTO
Timer
Continuous
Air conditioner
STOP
Operation change
Power supply OFF
Start operation
3-minute timer
operation
Power supply ON
(1) Operation contents
(2) Modification method
Anodo
S Models SRK25GZ-L1, 35GZ-L1
Solder the high-speed switching diode
(manufacturer: Matsushita, Manufacture type No.: MA165) to “Remote”
part on the PCB in the direction as
shown in the diagram below.
This diagram shows SRK25GZ-L1 and
although the other units have different
layout on the PCB, their concepts are
some.
S Model SRK502Z-L
Cut the jumper wire for the “RE-
CNH
CNE
REMOTE
Carefully position the jumper wire so
CUSTOM
board.
CNG
MOTE” section on the printed circuit
that it does not come in contact with
other parts.
23D
52C
20S
CNU
(FMI)
FUSE1
(250V3, 15A)
52X1
CNM
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MEMO
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SRK-H
2.
WALL MOUNTED TYPE ROOM
AIR-CONDITIONER
Split system, Air to air
heat pump type
(
)
SRK328HENF-L2, SRK408HENF-L2
SRK501HENF-L, SRK561HENF-L
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CONTENTS
2.1
GENERAL INFORMATION ........................................................................ 53
2.1.1
Specific features ................................................................................. 53
2.1.2
How to read the model name ............................................................. 53
2.2
SELECTION DATA..................................................................................... 54
2.2.1
Specifications ...................................................................................... 54
2.2.2
Range of usage & limitations ............................................................. 58
2.2.3
Exterior dimensions............................................................................ 59
2.2.4
Piping system ...................................................................................... 61
2.3
ELECTRICAL DATA .................................................................................. 63
2.3.1
2.4
Electrical wiring .................................................................................. 63
OUTLINE OF OPERATION CONTROL BY MICROCOMPUTER ............. 65
2.4.1
Table of operation control .................................................................. 65
2.4.2
Details of operation control ............................................................... 66
2.5
APPLICATION DATA ................................................................................. 77
2.5.1
Selection of location for installation ................................................. 78
2.5.2
Installation of indoor unit ................................................................... 79
2.5.3
Installation of outdoor unit................................................................. 81
2.5.4
Refrigerant piping ............................................................................... 82
2.5.5
Test run ................................................................................................ 83
2.5.6
Precautions for wireless remote controller installation
and operation ...................................................................................... 84
2.6
MAINTENANCE DATA............................................................................... 85
2.6.1
Trouble shooting ................................................................................. 85
2.6.2
Servicing .............................................................................................. 89
2.6.3
Power supply remote operation ........................................................ 90
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2.1
GENERAL INFORMATION
2.1.1
Specific features
The “Mitsubishi Daiya” room air conditioner: SRK series are of split and wall mounted type and the unit consists of indoor unit and
outdoor unit with refrigerant precharged in factory. The indoor unit is composed of room air cooling or heating equipment with operation control switch and the outdoor unit is composed of condensing unit with compressor.
(1) Remote control flap
The flap can be automatically controlled by operating wireless remote control.
¡ AUTO (Natural flow) : Flap operation is automatically control.
¡ Swing
: This will swing the flap up and down.
¡ Memory flap
: Once the flap position is set, the unit memorizes the position and continues to operate at the same
position from the next time.
(2) Automatic Operation
When the remote control switch is set on “auto”, it will either automatically decide operation mode such as cooling, heating and
thermal dry, or operate in the operation mode before it has been turned to automatic control.
(3) Self diagnosis Function
We are constantly trying to do better service to our customers by installing such judges that show abnormality of operation as
follows.
RUN lamp is light
up.
t
2.1.2
TIMER lamp is flashing.
(5 Time flash.)
Abnormality of indoor
fan motor.
t
RUN lamp is flashing.
(6 Time flash.)
Abnormality of room
temperature thermistor.
t
RUN lamp is flashing.
(2 Time flash.)
Abnormality of heat
exchanger thermistor.
t
TIMER lamp is
light up.
t
RUN lamp is flashing.
(1 Time flash.)
Abnormality of outdoor
unit.
}
No lamps will flashing
when the unit is operating.
How to read the model name
Example :
SR K
50
1
H
EN
F - L
CE marking model
Flare connecting
Applicable power source …… See the specifications
Heat pump type
Series No.
Product capacity
Wall mounted type room air-conditioner
Split type room air-conditioner
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2.2
SELECTION DATA
2.2.1
Specifications
Model SRK328HENF-L2 (Indoor unit)
SRC328HENF-L2 (Outdoor unit)
Model
SRK328HENF–L2
Item
(1)
Cooling capacity
Heating capacity(1)
W
W
3000/3000
3800/3800
Cooling input
kW
1 Phase, 220/240V, 50Hz
1.39/1.49
Running current (Cooling)
Heating input
A
kW
6.9/6.9
1.19/1.32
Running current (Heating)
Inrush current
A
A
6.1/6.1
33.6/36.6
Power source
Operation data(1)
SRC328HENF–L2
COP (In cooling)
Noise level(5)
Exterior dimensions
Height x Width x Depth
Color
Net weight
Refrigerant equipment
Compressor type & Q’ty
Motor
Starting method
2.16/2.01
dB(A)
Cooling: 40/42 Heating: 41/43
mm
275 x 790 x 174
542 x 795 x 255
Ivory white
Polar white
kg
kW
Cooling: 44/46
Heating: 45/47
8
37
–
RM5517GNE2 (Rotary type) x 1
–
–
1.3
Line starting
Heat exchanger
Refrigerant control
Louver fins & bare tubing
Capillary tubes
Refrigerant(4)
Refrigerant oil
kg
R
Defrost control
Air handling equipment
Fan type & Q’ty
Motor
R22 0.74
0.6 (BARREL FREEZE 32SAM)
MC control
Tangential fan x 1
Propeller fan x 1
W
16
15
CMM
8.5/8.5
9.5/9.5
24/24.5
24/24.5
Air filter, Q’ty
Shock & vibration absorber
Polypropylene net (washable) x 2
–
–
Cushion rubber (for compressor)
Electric heater
Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control
Pilot lamp
Safety equipment
–
–
Wireless–Remote controller
–
MC. Thermostat
RUN (Green), TIMER (Yellow)
–
–
Dome mounted protector (for compressor)
Internal thermostat (for fan motor)
Gas line: ø12.7 (1/2")
(Cooling)
(Heating)
–
O.D
mm(in)
Connecting method
Attached length of piping
piping
Refrigerant
Air flow (at High)
Liquid line: ø6.35 (1/4")
Flare connecting
Liquid line: 0.4m
Gas line : 0.35m
Insulation
Drain hose
Power source cord
Connection
wiring
–
Necessary (Both sides)
Connectable
2.5m (3 cores with Earth)
1.5mm2 x 5 cores (Including earth cable)
Terminal block (Screw fixing type)
Size x Core number
Connecting method
Accessories (included)
Optional parts
Mounting kit
–
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item
Operation
Cooling
Heating
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Indoor air temperature
DB
WB
27ºC
20ºC
19ºC
–
Outdoor air temperature
DB
WB
35ºC
7ºC
24ºC
6ºC
Standards
JIS C9612, ISO-T1
JIS C9612, ISO-T1
(2) The operation data are applied to the 220V or 240V districts respectively
(3) Limitation of Voltage application
Minimum: 198V
Maximum: 264V
(4) The refrigerant quantity to be charged includes the refrigerant in 7.5m connecting piping.
(Purging is not required even in the short piping.)
If the piping length is longer, when it is 10 m, add 20g refrigerant per meter and when it is 10 to 15m, add 30g refrigerant per meter.
(5) Expressed in sound pressure level.
SRK-H
Model SRK408HENF-L2 (Indoor unit)
SRC408HENF-L2 (Outdoor unit)
Model
SRK408HENF-L2
Item
SRC408HENF-L2
(1)
W
3500/3500
Heating capacity(1)
Power source
W
4100/4100
1 Phase, 220/240V, 50Hz
Cooling input
Running current (Cooling)
kW
A
1.320/1.405
6.4/6.4
Heating input
Running current (Heating)
kW
A
1.335/1.460
6.5/6.5
A
33.6/36.6
2.65/2.49
Operation data(1)
Cooling capacity
Inrush current
COP (In cooling)
Noise level(5)
Exterior dimensions
Height x Width x Depth
Color
Net weight
Refrigerant equipment
Compressor type & Q’ty
Motor
dB(A)
Cooling: 40/42 Heating: 41/43
Cooling: 47/49 Heating: 48/50
mm
275 x 790 x 174
542 x 795 x 255
kg
Ivory white
8
Polar white
37
–
RM5517GNE4 (Rotary type) x 1
kW
Starting method
Heat exchanger
Line starting
Capillary tubes
R22 1.3
kg
Refrigerant oil
Defrost control
Air handling equipment
Fan type & Q’ty
Motor
Air flow (at High)
R
0.6 (BARREL FREEZE 32SAM)
MC control
Tangential fan x 1
Propeller fan x 1
16
8.5/8.5
18
22/22.5
9.5/9.5
Polypropylene net (washable) x 2
22/22.5
–
–
–
Cushion rubber (for compressor)
–
Wireless–Remote controller
–
MC. Thermostat
–
RUN (Green), TIMER (Yellow)
–
Dome mounted protector (for compressor)
Internal thermostat (for fan motor)
Gas line: ø12.7 (1/2")
W
(Cooling)
(Heating)
CMM
Air filter, Q’ty
Shock & vibration absorber
Electric heater
Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control
Pilot lamp
Safety equipment
Refrigerant
1.3
–
Louver fins & bare tubing
Refrigerant control
Refrigerant(4)
–
O.D
mm(in)
Liquid line: ø6.35 (1/4")
Connecting method
Attached length of piping
piping
–
Flare connecting
Liquid line: 0.4m
Gas line : 0.35m
Insulation
–
Necessary (Both sides)
Connectable
Drain hose
Power source cord
Connection
Size x Core number
wiring
Connecting method
2.5m (3 cores with Earth)
1.5mm2 x 5 cores (Including earth cable)
Terminal block (Screw fixing type)
Mounting kit
Accessories (included)
Optional parts
–
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item
Indoor air temperature
Outdoor air temperature
Standards
Operation
Cooling
DB
27ºC
WB
19ºC
DB
35ºC
WB
24ºC
JIS C9612, ISO-T1
Heating
20ºC
–
7ºC
6ºC
JIS C9612, ISO-T1
(2) The operation data are applied to the 220V or 240V districts respectively
(3) Limitation of Voltage application
Minimum: 198V
Maximum: 264V
(4) The refrigerant quantity to be charged includes the refrigerant in 7.5m connecting piping.
(Purging is not required even in the short piping.)
If the piping length is longer, when it is 10 m, add 20g refrigerant per meter and when it is 10 to 15m, add 30g refrigerant per
meter.
(5) Expressed in sound pressure level.
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SRK-H
Model SRK501HENF-L (Indoor unit)
SRC501HENF-L (Outdoor unit)
Model
SRK501HENF–L
Item
Cooling capacity(1)
Heating capacity(1)
W
W
4500/4500
5700/5800
Cooling input
kW
1 Phase, 220/240V, 50Hz
1.78/1.88
Running current (Cooling)
Heating input
A
kW
8.4/8.2
1.76/1.89
Running current (Heating)
Inrush current
A
A
8.5/8.3
39/42
Power source
Operation data(1)
SRC501HENF–L
COP (In cooling)
Noise level(5)
Exterior dimensions
Height x Width x Depth
Color
Net weight
Refrigerant equipment
Compressor type & Q’ty
Motor
Starting method
2.53/2.39
dB(A)
Cooling: 44/44
mm
Heating: 45/45
Cooling: 50/51
275‚790‚189
615‚850‚290 + 30
Ivory white
Polar white
9
53
–
RM5523GNE4 (Rotary type) x 1
–
–
1.7
Line starting
kg
kW
Heat exchanger
Refrigerant control
Louver fins & bare tubing
Capillary tubes
Refrigerant(4)
Refrigerant oil
kg
R
Defrost control
Air handling equipment
Fan type & Q’ty
Motor
Air flow (at High)
R22 1.28
0.7 (BARREL FREEZE 32SAM)
MC control
Tangential fan x 1
(Cooling)
(Heating)
Propeller fan x 1
W
23
40
CMM
11/11
12/12
34/34
34/34
Polypropylene net (washable) x 2
–
–
Cushion rubber (for compressor)
Air filter, Q’ty
Shock & vibration absorber
Electric heater
Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control
Pilot lamp
–
–
Wireless–Remote controller
–
MC. Thermostat
RUN (Green), TIMER (Yellow),
–
–
ECONO (Orange), HI POWER (Green)
Refrigerant
Safety equipment
Dome mounted protector (for compressor)
Internal thermostat (for fan motor)
Liquid line: ø6.35 (1/4") Gas line: ø12.7 (1/2")
Flare connecting
Liquid line: 0.4m
–
Gas line: 0.35m
Necessary (Both sides)
Connectable
–
O.D
Connecting method
Attached length of piping
piping
Heating: 53/54
mm(in)
Insulation
Drain hose
Power source cord
Connection
Size x Core number
wiring
Connecting method
2.5m (3 cores with Earth)
1.5mm2 x 5 cores (With Earth)
Terminal block (Screw fixing type)
Mounting kit
Accessories (included)
Optional parts
–
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item
Operation
Cooling
Heating
Indoor air temperature
DB
WB
27ºC
20ºC
19ºC
–
Outdoor air temperature
DB
WB
35ºC
7ºC
24ºC
6ºC
Standards
JIS C9612, ISO-T1
JIS C9612, ISO-T1
(2) The operation data are applied to the 220V or 240V districts respectively
(3) Limitation of Voltage application Minimum: 198V Maximum: 264V
(4) The refrigerant quantity to be charged includes the refrigerant in 7.5m connecting piping.
(Purging is not required even in the short piping.)
If the piping length is longer, (when it is 10 m, add 20g refrigerant per meter and when it is 10 to 15m, add 30g refrigerant per
meter.)
(5) Expressed in sound pressure level.
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Model SRK561HENF-L (Indoor unit)
SRC561HENF-L (Outdoor unit)
Model
SRK561HENF–L
Item
Cooling capacity(1)
Heating capacity(1)
W
W
5000/5000
6200/6300
Cooling input
kW
1 Phase, 220/240V, 50Hz
2.08/2.18
Running current (Cooling)
Heating input
A
kW
10.2/9.53
2.02/2.15
Running current (Heating)
Inrush current
A
A
10.5/9.95
44/48
Operation data(1)
Power source
COP (In cooling)
Noise level(5)
Exterior dimensions
Height x Width x Depth
Color
Net weight
Refrigerant equipment
Compressor type & Q’ty
Motor
Starting method
2.40/2.29
dB(A)
Cooling: 45/45
mm
Heating: 46/46
615‚850‚290 + 30
Ivory white
Polar white
9
53
–
RM5526GNE4 (Rotary type) x 1
–
–
1.9
Line starting
kg
kW
Louver fins & bare tubing
Capillary tubes
Refrigerant(4)
Refrigerant oil
kg
R
Defrost control
Air handling equipment
Fan type & Q’ty
Motor
Air flow (at High)
R22 1.35
0.7 (BARREL FREEZE 32SAM)
MC control
Tangential fan x 1
(Cooling)
(Heating)
Propeller fan x 1
W
23
40
CMM
12/12
13/13
34/34
34/34
Polypropylene net (washable) x 2
–
–
Cushion rubber (for compressor)
Air filter, Q’ty
Shock & vibration absorber
Electric heater
Operation control
Operation switch
Room temperature control
Pilot lamp
–
–
Wireless–Remote controller
–
MC. Thermostat
RUN (Green), TIMER (Yellow),
–
–
ECONO (Orange), HI POWER (Green)
–
Safety equipment
Refrigerant
Cooling: 53/54 Heating: 54/56
275‚790‚189
Heat exchanger
Refrigerant control
O.D
Connecting method
Attached length of piping
piping
SRC561HENF–L
Dome mounted protector (for compressor)
Internal thermostat (for fan motor)
Liquid line: ø6.35 (1/4") Gas line: ø12.7 (1/2")
Flare connecting
Liquid line: 0.4m
–
Gas line: 0.35m
Necessary (Both sides)
Connectable
mm(in)
Insulation
Drain hose
Power source cord
Connection
Size x Core number
wiring
Connecting method
2.5m (3 cores with Earth)
1.5mm2 x 5 cores (With Earth)
Terminal block (Screw fixing type)
Mounting kit
Accessories (included)
Optional parts
–
Notes (1) The data are measured at the following conditions.
Item
Indoor air temperature
Outdoor air temperature
Standards
Operation
Cooling
DB
27ºC
WB
19ºC
DB
35ºC
WB
24ºC
JIS C9612, ISO-T1
Heating
20ºC
–
7ºC
6ºC
JIS C9612, ISO-T1
(2) The operation data are applied to the 220V or 240V districts respectively
(3) Limitation of Voltage application
Minimum: 198V Maximum: 264V
(4) The refrigerant quantity to be charged includes the refrigerant in 7.5m connecting piping.
(Purging is not required even in the short piping.)
If the piping length is longer, (when it is 10 m, add 20g refrigerant per meter and when it is 10 to 15m, add 30g refrigerant per
meter.)
(5) Expressed in sound pressure level.
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2.2.2
Range of usage & limitations
(1) Inlet air temperature
(a)
Cooling operation
(b) Heating operating
Applicable temp.
range
JIS-Cooling
Indoor air temp. ºC D. B.
Outdoor air temp. ºC D. B.
Applicable temp. range
JIS-Heating
Indoor air temp. ºC W. B.
Note:
The chart is the result from the continuous operation under constant air temperature conditions, however, excludes the
initial pull-down stage.
Outdoor air temp. ºC W. B.
Note:
(2) Total one way piping length and vertical height difference.
Models
Item
Total one way piping length (m)
Vertical height
difference (m)
All models
15
Outdoor unit is higher
5
Outdoor unit is lower
5
(3) Voltage application
Models
Item
58
All models
Minimum (V)
198
Maximum (V)
264
The chart is the result from the continuous
operation under constant air temperature conditions, however, excludes the initial pulldown stage and any possible defrost cycles.
SRK-H
2.2.3
Exterior dimensions
(1) Indoor unit
Models SRK328HENF-L2, 408HENF-L2
A
Unit: mm
790
174
3
Room temp. sensor
56
275
Piping hole right (left)
9
Terminal block
760
450
170
187.5
260
61
117
46
170
49
9
15
15
16
36
6
60
51
780
62
18
Piping for Gas (Ø12.7) 390
67
37
Piping for Liquid (Ø6.35) 440
Drain hose 600 (Ø16)
Piping hole
(Ø65)
Piping hole
(Ø65)
VIEW A
Models SRK501HENF-L, 561HENF-L
59
SRK-H
(2) Outdoor unit
Models SRC328HENF-L2, 408HENF-L2
Unit: mm
55
Drain holes
44
65 93
255
272
58
MAX 80
22
14
50
23
14
265
795
32
40
16 x12 (Oval holes)
for unit fixing
2 places
115
413
542
539
Terminal block
45˚
50
45˚
15
44
272
14
Drain holes
510
142.5
50
58
142.5
33
14
Service
valve (Liquid)
Flare fitting
Ø6.35 (1/4˝)
Service
valve (Gas)
Flare fitting
Ø12.7 (1/2˝)
300
Models SRC501HENF-L, 561HENF-L
510
Unit: mm
170
15
850
19
Oval (M10x4) holes
for Anchor bolt
30
307
345
15
19
87
87
25
170
30
70.5
60
17
25
Drain pipe
475
615
Service
valve (Gas)
Ø12.7 (1/2˝)
55
60
290
100
Service valve (Liquid)
Ø6.35 (1/4˝)
Lebel model
name
SRK-H
2.2.4
Piping system
Model SRK328HENF-L2
Cooling cycle
Heating cycle
Outdoor unit
Indoor unit
Service valve (Gas)
High pressure switch (63H)
(for fan motor control)
Flare connecting
Piping (Gas)
Ø12.7
Heat exchanger
Room
temperature
sensor
Heat
exchanger
sensor
Check
joint
Discharge
Compressor
Accumulator
Heat exchanger
4way valve
Suction
Piping (Liquid)
Ø6.35
Flare connecting
Defrost
thermostat
Strainer
Service valve (Liquid)
Capillary tube
Model SRK408HENF-L2
Indoor unit
Cooling cycle
Heating cycle
Outdoor unit
Service valve (Gas)
High pressure switch (63H)
(for fan motor control)
Flare connecting
Piping (Gas)
Ø12.7
Heat exchanger
Room
temperature
sensor
Heat
exchanger
sensor
Check
joint
Discharge
Compressor
Accumulator
Heat exchanger
4way valve
Suction
Piping (Liquid)
Ø6.35
Flare connecting
Capillary tube
Defrost
thermostat
Strainer
Service valve (Liquid)
Check valve
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Models
SRK501HENF-L, 561HENF-L
Indoor unit
Cooling cycle
Heating cycle
Outdoor unit
Service valve (Gas)
Flare connecting
Piping (Gas)
Ø12.7
High pressure switch(63H)
(for fan motor control)
Check
joint
4way valve
Room
temperature
thermistor
Heat
exchanger
thermistor
Heat exchanger
Discharge
Accumulator
Muffler
Deicer
thermostat
Compressor
Heat exchanger
Suction
Capillary tube
Piping (Liquid)
Ø6.35
Flare connecting
62
Strainer
Service valve (Liquid)
SRK-H
2.3
ELECTRICAL DATA
2.3.1
Electrical wiring
Models SRK328HENF-L2, 408HENF-L2
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Y/GN
Power source
1 Phase 220/240V 50Hz
4
4
BK
BK
WH
BL
BK
RD
BK
63H
OR
WH
52C
BK
WH
Display
8
3
23DH 2
51C
BK
RD
7
BK
52X5
CFo
Wireless
R-Amp
WH
CNE CND
Printed circuit board
20S
RD
OR
S
7
52X6
RD
BK
FMo
ZNR
BK
2
2 52X6
6
BL
BK BK
Th2
CFI
CNM
LM
52X4
Th1
CNG
CNU
1
5
3
CNW
FMI
BR
WH
RD
PC
F
250V
3.15A
Sh1
52X5
4
52C
BK
OR
Tr
CNC CNB
RD
6
23D
8
1
C
CM
R
Cc
WH
3
WH
52C4 20S
2
BK
52C3
1
3
BK
WH
Sh1
T1
1
2
RD
BK
WH
OR
RD
WH
T2
Y/GN
BL
BR
Sh2
52X4
Color symbol
BK
Black
BL
Blue
BR
Brown
RD
Red
OR
Orange
WH
White
Y/GN
Yellow/Green
Meaning of marks
Symbol
Parts name
Cc
Capacitor for CM
Symbol
Parts name
Th1,2
Thermistor
Transformer
CFI
Capacitor for FMI
Tr
CFO
Capacitor for FMo
ZNR
Varistor
CM
Compressor motor
20S
4 way valve, coil
Motor protector for CM
Fuse
51C
FMI
F
Fan motor (Indoor unit)
52C
FMO
Fan motor (Outdoor unit)
52X4,5,6
LM
Louver motor
63H
PC
Photo coupler
23DH
Magnetic conductor for CM
Auxiliary relay
High pressure switch
Defrost thermostat
Table of relay operations
Relay
symbol
52X4
52X5
52X6
52C
Operation
Control
part
20S
Cooling
Heating
Defrost
FMO
CM
Notes (1) ; denotes magnetized relay × : denotes demagnetized relay
(2) Th1 is room temperature thermistor. Th2 (the heat exchanger thermistor) is the hot start, hot keep, and frost prevention thermistor.
(for details, refer to pages 71,72,74)
(3) Preset values:
23DH (defroster stop thermostat): opens at over 14˚C
63H (overload protection high pressure switch during heating): closes at 1.86(19.0) / opens at 2.41(24.5) [MPa(kgf/cm2)]
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Models SRK501HENF-L, 561HENF-L
Indoor unit
RD 63H RD
23D
52C
52XA
WH
2
23
DH
BK
OR
20S
51C
CM
52XA
BK
OR CF0
52XB
Cc
BL
RD
OR
OR
Display
WH
CNH
FM0
Wireless
R-Amp
BL
RD
)
CNM
BK
52XB
6
ZNR
LM
TH2
RD
(
52X1
52X1
BK
F
250V
3.15A
CNE
FMI
BL
5
Y
4
WH
3
BK
2
RD
1
CNU
CNG
TH1
PC
RD
RD
20S
WH
52C-3 S
BK
G
52C
OR
52C-4
RD
BK
Y/GN
RD
4
BL
3
WH
2
BK
1
BK
OR
4
RD
3
WH
2
BK
1
WH
Y/GN
LB
BR
Outdoor unit
RD
Power source
1 Phase 220/240V 50Hz
Printed circuit board
Color symbol
BK
Black
BL
Blue
BR
Brown
RD
Red
OR
Orange
WH
White
Y
Yellow
LB
Light blue
Y/GN
Yellow/Green
Meaning of marks
Symbol
Parts name
Symbol
Parts name
CC
Capacitor for CM
Th1, 2
Thermistor
CFO
Capacitor for FMO
ZNR
Varistor
CM
Compressor motor
20S
4 way valve. coil
Fuse
51C
Motor protector for CM
F
FMI
Fan motor (Indoor unit)
FMO
Fan motor (Outdoor unit)
52C
52XA, B, 1
Magnetic contactor for CM
Auxiliary relay
LM
Louver motor
63H
High pressure switch
PC
Photo coupler
23DH
Thermostat (Defrost)
Table of relay operations
Operation
Cooling
Relay symbol
52X1
52XA
52XB
52C
Control part
20S
FMO
×
×
×
Heating
×
Defrost
×
×
CM
Notes (1) ; denotes magentized relay ×: denotes demagnetized relay
(2) Th1 is room temperature sensor. Th2 (the heat exchanger sensor) is the hot start, hot keep, and frost prevention sensor. (for details, refer to pages 71, 72, 74)
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2.4
OUTLINE OF OPERATION CONTROL BY MICROCOMPUTER
2.4.1
Table for operation control
Refering page
Functions
High efficiency, low input rotary
compressor
Wireless remote control
Dry
ON TIMER
3 Hot system [Heat
Pump type only] (in
heating operation)
Automatic fan control
Micro computer control
Comfortability, Economical efficiency, Operational simplicity
OFF TIMER
HOT START
HOT SPURT
HOT KEEP
Micro computer (MC)
controlled timely
defrosting operation
(in heating)
M. C. (Micro computer
controlled) thermostat
Remote control flap
Comfort timer
(Cooling & Heating)
Self Diagnosis
Function
Content
Low input rotary compressor with high efficiency is equipped.
All operation modes can be operated from distance place by the wireless remote control. And also liquid crystal is used to show all kinds to
operation or, off, air flow switch, operation switch, timer switch, timer
set, temperature set, flap control.
Defumidifies while keeping room temperature to the thermostat setting
level by M.C. thermostat.
ON timer setting for anytime during 24 (32, 40: 12) hours can be performed.
OFF timer setting for favourite time can be performed. Comfortable
Cooling and Dry operation to prevent catching cold in sleep and economical operation can be performed, while raising room temperature
setting during 1 hour period in steps.
While COOL & DRY: When the timer is set to OFF the temperature is
increased by 0.5ºC simultaneously, by 0.5ºC additionally every 30
minutes and by 1.5ºC in one hour.
While HEAT: When the timer is set to OFF the temperature is decreased by 1ºC simultaneously by 1ºC additionally every 30 minutes
and by 3ºC in one hour. (Heat Pump type only)
Room unit air volume can be automatically controlled step by step,
according to the difference between room temperature and setting temperature.
1. Shorten pull down time for cooling/heating operation
2. Low noise level operation can performed by proper air volume.
When heating is initiated, thermostat reset, or heating resumed after defrosting, the indoor fan is automatically controlled
stop to set value in accordance with the temperature of the indoor air
heat exchanger to prevent the blowing out of cold air.
The thermostat temperature setting is automatically increased by 2ºC when heating is initiated to provide faster stabilization of room temperature.
The indoor fan is stopped depending on the temp, of the indoor heat
exchanger to prevent the blowing-out of cold air when the
heating operation is stopped by thermostat or defrosting
operation is started.
The change in the difference between the intake air temperature and the
heat exchanger temperature causes the frost and condensation removal
operation to start.
M. C thermostat improves on energy saving and comfort, by controlling room temperature with high accuracy.
The flap can be automatically controlled by operating wireless remote
control.
• AUTO (Natural flow) : Flap operation is automatically controlled.
• Swing
: This will swing the flap up and down.
• Memory flap
: Once the flap position is set, the unit memorizes the position and continues to operate at
the same position from the next time.
The room temperature is checked 60 minutes before the timer is at ON.
Depending on the temperature at that time, the operation starets 5 to 60
minutes before the timer is at ON.
We are constantly trying to do better service to our customers by installing such judges that show abnormality of each function as follows:
• Abnormality of outdoor unit:
TIMER lamp flashing.
• Abnormality of indoor fan motor:
RUN lamp flashing.
• Abnormality of heat exchanger thermistor: No lamp will flashing
RUN lamp flashing.
when the unit is op• Abnormality of room temperature thermistor:
erating
RUN lamp flashing.
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Details of operation control
(1) Flap control
Control the flap by the flap button on the wireless remote control
(a)
AUTO (Natural flow)
The flap will be automatically set to the angle of air flow best to operation mode
1)
Starting time of operation
In case of cooling and
s dry operation
In case of heating
t
s operation
t
Air flow when flaps are used
downward in heating
Stops at the level
position for one minute.
Sway operation
Sway operation
¡The flap operation as shown above
will repeated.
2)
Warm are naturally rises.
Stops at the position
for three minutes
and fifty seconds
¡ When the room temperature controller (thermostat) is activated, horizontal blowing is applied
to prevent cool wind from blowing out.
Warm air is sent to the floor, creating the ideal room temperature variation is created in which the feet are warmer and
the air around the head slightly cooler.
When not operating
The flap returns to the position of air flow directly below, when operation has stopped.
(b) Memory flap
While the flap is operating if the AIRFLOW button is pushed once, it stops swinging at an angle.
As this angle is memorized in the microcomputer, the flap will be automatically set to the angle when next operation is
started.
¡
Recommendable stopping angle of the flap
COOL.DRY
(c)
Horizontal
blowing
Swing flap
Flap moves in upward and downward directions continuously.
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(2) Back-up Switch
When the remote controller batteries become weak, or if the remote controller is lost or malfunctioning, this switch may be used to
turn the unit on and off.
(a)
Operation
Push the switch once to place the unit in the automatic mode. Push it once more to turn the unit off.
(b) Details of operation
The unit will go into the automatic mode in which it automatically determines, from room temperature (as detected by
sensor), whether to go into the cooling, thermal dry or heating modes.
Function
Operation mode
Room temperature
setting
Cooling
About 26ºC
Thermal dry
About 25ºC
Heating
About 25ºC
Fan speed
Flap
Timer switch
Auto
Natural flow
Continuous
On operating in automatic operation mode by back-up switch, functions show in the above table are not altered, white, the other microcomputer control functions remain effective.
• 32, 40 models
• 50, 56 models
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
Back-up switch
Back-up switch
(3) AUTOMATIC operation
(a)
When starting operation after more than 1 hour since operation stops
(Operation stop button ON or ON-Timer), this system operates indoor fan with Lo for 20 seconds checks room temperature
and allowing decision of operating mode automatically.
Room temperature<21ºC
21ºC Room temperature<26ºC
26ºC Room temperature
Heating
Dry
Cooling
Operation Mode
Note (1)
Operating Mode is not altered due to change of room temperature.
When intended to change operating mode, switch operation change over dial to the intended mode.
(b) Established temperature (operate by the established temperature button on remote controller).
Temperature
setting
Wireless remote control signal (Indication)
-6
-5
-4
-3
-2
-1
±0
+1
+2
+3
+4
+5
+6
Cooling
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Thermal dry
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Heating
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
(c)
When switching to automatic operation during “Heating” “Cooling” “Dry” or when restarting with in 1 hour
after stopping with automatic operation mode, the former operating mode is selected. (In this case, 20 seconds Lo operation
of indoor fan is not performed). When the previous mode is in “FAN”, operation mode is to be set by the above mentioned
chart.
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(4) Operation control function by remote control switch
¡ 32, 40 models
Remote control switch
OPERATION MOOD select button
S Operation section
Each time the button is pushed, the •
indicator is switched over in turn.
CONT
AUTO
HI
MED
LO
FAN SPEED button
Each time the button is pushed, the •
indicator is switched over in turn.
ON/OFF button
Press for starting operation, press again
for stopping.
ON OFF TIMER
FAN / SPEED
ON / OFF
AIRFLOW button
MODE
This button changes the flap mode.
When pressed, this button changes
the mode in the following order:
TEMP
AIR FLOW
SET TIMER
TIMER
or
TEMPERATURE button
This button sets the room temperature.
(AUTO)
(SWING)
no indication
(SWING STOPPED)
ACL
TIMER button
This button changes the selection of
ON timer/OFF timer operation and
normal operation.
SET TIMER button
This button sets the ON timer and OFF
timer times.
RESET switch
Switch for resetting microcomputer.
• The above illustration shows all controls, but
in practice only the relevant parts are shown.
S Indication section
OPERATION MODE Indicator
TEMPERATURE Indicator
Indicates set temperature.
(Does not indicate temperature when
operation mode is on AUTO)
CONT
Indicates selected operation with • lamp.
(AUTO) · (Cool) · (Heat) · (Dry)
ON OFF TIMER
Shows selected flap mode.
AUTO
HI
MED
LO
AIR FLOW Indicator
FAN SPEED Indicator
TIMER Indicator
Indicates set air flow rate with • lamp.
Unit indication section
RUN (HOT KEEP) light (green)
TIMER
RUN
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• Illuminates during operation.
•Blinks at air flow stop due to the ‘HOT
KEEP’.
TIMER light (yellow)
Illuminates during TIMER operation.
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¡ 50, 56 models
The diagram below shows the heat pump type. The cooling only type does not have the items relating to heating.
Remote control switch
Air flow indicator
HI POWER operation indicator
Indicaters the selected air flow rate.
Indicators during HI POWER operation.
ECONOMY operation indicator
Indicators during ECONOMY operation.
AIR FLOW indicator
Temperature indicator
Indicates selected flap mode.
AOUTHIMDLO
Indicates the set temperature. (It doesn't indicate
temperature when operation mode is at AUTO)
SLEEP operation indicator
CONT
Indicators during SLEEP operation.
HOURE
Present time and ON-TIMER indicator
SLEEP MODE
START
Operation switch over indicator
During ON-TIMER operation ......[START] is indicatored
During normal operation time ......time only is indicatored
ON/OFF
Indicators the for the operation
which has been set.
SET TEMPERATURE button
ON/OFF button
This button sets the room temperature.
This button, when pressed, starts
operation and stops when repressed.
AIR FLOW button
ECONO
This button changes the flap mode.
ECONOMY button
This button changes the ECONOMY operation.
MODE
OPERATION MODE select button
Each time the button is pushed, the
indicator is switched over in turn.
FAN SPEED
AIR FLOW
HI POWER
SLEEP
ON TIMER
HR MIN
ACL
HI POWER button
TIME
This button changesn the HI POWER
operation.
FAN SPEED button
Button for setting the air quantity.
TIMER SET button
SLEEP button
This button sets the present time and
TIMER time.
This button changes to SLEEP operation.
Reset switch
Clock switch
Switch for resetting microcomputer.
The switch for setting the clock.
Cover
Slides up and down.
ON TIMER button
• Above figure shows all indications for the purpose of
explanation, but practically only the pertinent parts are
indicated.
The button selects ON TIMER operation or normal operation
Heat pump model:
[
(Auto) ·
(Cool) ·
(Heat) ·
Cooling only model:
[
(Auto) ·
(Cool) ·
(Fan) ·
(Dry)]
(Dry)]
Indoor unit indicator
RUN (HOT KEEP) lamp (green)
TIMER lamp (yellow)
Illuminates during TIMER operation.
• Illuminates during operation.
• Flashing at stop blowing due to
the hot keep.
RUN HI POWER
TIMER
ECONO
ECONOMY lamp (green)
HI POWER lamp (orange)
Illuminates during HI POWER operation.
Illuminates during ECONOMY operation.
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(a) Comfort timer settings
Temperature is checked beginning 1 hour before the set time, and the power is turned on before the timer setting as necessary to
bring the temperature to the proper level by the set time.
Operation mode
Under 5˚C
Operating start time (amount of time
previous to set time that operation begins)
60 mins.
Under 10˚C
30 mins.
Under 15˚C
15 mins.
Room temperature sensor (Th1)
Heating
Cooling
Over 15˚C
5 mins.
Over 40˚C
60 mins.
Over 35˚C
30 mins.
Over 30˚C
15 mins.
Under 30˚C
5 mins.
(b) Timer time setting
The turn-off timer and turn-on timer can be set for up to 24 (32, 40: 12) hours in units of 1 hour.
(c) Night time turn off
Placing the timer to this setting changes the temperature setting of the indoor set button as follows:
Cooling, thermaldry
Heating
Temperature
setting (˚C)
Compressor
outdoor fan
Temperature
setting (˚C)
Timer operation
(time)
ON
OFF
Timer operation
(time)
Start
Set temp. -Room temp.
(deg)
Start
Note (1) The unit performs heating to the set time after 2.0 hours in the night time as shown right.
(d) Temperature adjustment
1)
Temperature adjustment setting may be set between 18 and 30˚C.
2)
The compressor and outdoor fan and turned on and off as shown below according to the temperature setting.
Cooling
Heating
Compressor
outdoor fan
Compressor
outdoor fan
Set temp.
Room temp.
3)
Room temp.
During the continuous mode, the compressor runs continuously in both cooling and heating. For thermal dry, please refer to
page 73.
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(e)
Fan control
1)
Fan speed change
Mode
COOL
Fan speed knob
HEAT
AUTO
See below
LOW
Speed 1 (Speed 1)
Speed 2 (Speed 2)
Speed 1 (Speed 1)
MED
Speed 2 (Speed 2)
Speed 3 (Speed 3)
Speed 2 (Speed 2)
HIGH
Speed 3 (Speed 4)
Speed 4 (Speed 5)
Speed 3 (Speed 3)
Notes (1)
(2)
2)
FAN
Please refer to page 73 regarding dry operation.
Fan speeds shown in brackets are shown for when continuing with set temperatures.
Fan speed knob: AUTO
¡ The indoor fan is automatically controlled in accordance with the difference between the room temperature (detected
by the room temperature sensor) and the thermostat setting as shown below.
Setting temp
Mode
Heating
Cooling
Fan
Speed 4
Speed 4
Speed 3
18~30˚C
Speed 3
Speed 3
Speed 2
Speed 2
Speed 2
Speed 1
Speed 1
Thermostat setting point
Thermostat setting point
Thermostat setting point
Speed 5
Speed 4
Speed 3
Continuous
Note (1)
Please refer to page 73 regarding dry operation.
(5) 3 Hot system (Heat pump type only)
When initiating heating operation, restoring thermostat, defrosting operation, the indoor fan motor and the thermostat is controlled
by micro computer in accordance with the room air temp, and temp, of the indoor heat exchanger.
By this blowing of cold air is prevented and comfortable heating operation is assured.
Controls of thermostat and indoor fan motor.
Room temp.
+3˚C
Temp. that compressor stops in HOT
SPURT operation
Thermostat stop A
Expand
A
Defrosting operation
+2˚C
B
+1˚C
Temp. that compressor stops in ordinary
operation
B
Resume operation
RUN (HOT KEEP)
lamp flashing
Room Temp.
Defrosting
operation
HOT START
HOT START
Indoor fan
stops
Indoor fan
stops
Thermo setting
HOT START
HOT SPURT
HOT KEEP
Time
(a)
HOT START (RUN (Hot keep) lamp flashing when the indoor fan is stopped)
1)
Operation timing
a) When the compressor is starting. (when starting operation and resuming operation by restored thermostat)
b) When the defrosting operation is switched to the heating operation.
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2)
Function
a)
The indoor fan motor is controlled in accordance with the temperature of the indoor heat exchanger to send warm air
from the start.
b)
When the air flow increases at heating starting as shown below, the temperature of the indoor heat exchanger become
lower since the intake air temperature is still low. By this the fan speed is decreased. In this case, in order to prevent
excessively ON/OFF switching of the fan motor, the controlling temperature is made different from the controlling
temperature for HOT KEEP.
Off
Speed 2
Speed 2
Set fan speed
Set fan speed
Note (1)
Operation of the
indoor fan motor
Indoor fan Off
When the compressor has
stopped, the indoor fan will stop
at 30˚C
20 (1)
30
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Temperature of indoor heat exchanger (˚C)
(b) HOT SPURT
Operation timing
When starting operation. (during start-up)
2)
Function
The set temperature of the thermostat is increased by
Setting temp.
Room temp.
1)
Compressor stop
Stabilizing curve with
conventional unit
Stabilizing curve with
HOT SPURT.
2˚C to stabilize the room temperature quickly. When starting
Time
heating, since the surrounding wall and furniture is cold, if the
compressor is stopped by thermostat, the 3 min. delay timer operates, the temperature drops rapidly during the 3 min, and
although the thermostat has to resume operation, air conditioner would not start for those 3 min. (where marked *)
(c) HOT KEEP
1)
2)
Cold draft prevention (I)
a)
Operation timing: While defrosting operation
b)
Function: The indoor fan is stopped and RUN (HOT KEEP) lamp flashing.
Cold draft prevention (II)
a)
Operation timing: When thermostat is switched to “off”.
b)
Function: The indoor fan operates as shown
Compressor
below, and after the passage of a period of
*Thermostat setting is increased by 1˚C.
either 5 minutes return to thermo. Control at
1 min.
*Approx 5 min (1)
(Approx. 3min.)
speed 2 operation.
Indoor
fan
Set fan speed
motor
Speed
2
Stop
Speed
2
HOT
START
Set fan speed
Temperature of the indoor heat exchanger (˚C )
Notes (1)
(2)
(3)
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When the thermostat does not reset within 5 minutes, reset it by operating the indoor fan motor at speed 2.
Refer to above explanation of HOT START function.
The * marked speed 2 operation shows the case in which the thermostat is switched to off. While the defrosting operation the * marked operation
are not performed.
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(6) DRY operation
(a)
Choose the appropriate operation block area by the difference between room temperature and thermostat setting temperature as shown below.
¡Operation block area
D Block
C Block
B Block
A Block
–2
0
+3
Room temp. – Setting temp.(deg)
(b) Start up operation
C.D Block
A.B Block
Compressor ON
and
outdoor fan OFF
Compressor ON
and
outdoor fan OFF
Set fan speed
Set fan speed
Speed 1
Indoor fan
Speed 1
Indoor fan
20
seconds
OFF
0
3
Start
6
9
OFF
12 minutes
12 minutes
0
Temperature check
Temperature check
Start
Operation block decision
Note (1)
(c)
Thermostat operation is performed in A, B Block. When compressor and indoor fan stop by thermostat operation within 12 minutes from start, temperature
check is performed by operating indoor fan at speed 1 (2) for 20 seconds before finishing 12 minutes and allowing decision of next operation block.
DRY operation
After finishing start up operation described in (b) above, thermal dry operation is performed at 8 minutes
intervals, according to the difference between room temperature and thermostat setting temperature as
shown below.
Beside, 1 cycle of this operating time consists of 8 minutes, 7 cycle operation is performed then.
D Block
C Block
Compressor ON
and
outdoor fan OFF
Compressor
and
OFF
outdoor fan
Speed 1
Indoor fan
Speed 1
Indoor fan
OFF
20 seconds
OFF
8 minutes
0
Start
20 seconds
0
Temperature check
3
Start
8 minutes
Temperature check
Operation block decision
B Block
A Block
Compressor ON
and
outdoor fan OFF
Compressor ON
and
outdoor fan OFF
Indoor fan
Speed 1
Speed 1
Indoor fan
OFF
OFF
20 seconds
0
Start
4
8 minutes
Temperature check
0
Start
8 minutes
Temperature check
Operation block decision
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(7) Dew condensation prevention control for cooling operation
This prevents dew condensation, in the indoor unit, from occurring.
(a)
Operating condition: when 52C is kept ON for 30 min. after the unit starts operation.
(b)
Operation content: forces the indoor fan to change from Speed 1 to Speed 2.
(c)
Resetting condition: When 52C is off, or when dew condensation prevention control has been operating continuously for
30 minutes.
(8) Frost prevention for indoor heat exchanger [Preventing frost accumulation on the indoor heat exchanger]
During the Cooling or Dry operation in low room air temp. condition, evaporating temperature will decrease and consequently
indoor heat exchanger sometimes gets clogged with frost (or ice).
In order to prevent this trouble, compressor is stopped by under mentioned condition by indoor heat exchanger sensor (Th2) and
timer (built into micro computer circuit) functions.
Also indoor fan is changed over to Lo speed.
CM, FMO stoppage condition
Set fan
speed
1
Temperature of heat exchanger is
CM, FMO re-starting condition
1
0˚C or lower.
2
7˚C or higher.
As least 10 minutes has passed
2
since the compressor started.
Indoor heat exchanger
temperature (˚C)
Temperature of heat exchanger is
As least 3 minutes has passed since
the compressor stopped.
(9) Microcomputer controlled timely defrosting operation (Heat pump type only)
(a)
Defrost Start
Changes in the difference in temperature between the intake air temperature and the indoor heat exchanger temperature
causes frost to build up, at which time defrosting begins. However, defrosting will not occur when the total compressor
operation time or time after defrosting has ended is 40 minutes.
(b)
Defrost End (heat exchanger temperature or timer)
1)
What the heat exchanger temperature (detected by 23DH) reaches the value given below, defrosting is ended and
heating operation is returned to.
2)
Preset values: 14C˚
Operation will also return to heating operation when more then 10 minutes has passed since the starting of defrosting
operation.
Device operation during defrosting
Hot
Keep
Indoor
Indoor Fan
Hot
Keep
ON
OFF
Lit
Operation Lamp
Flashing
Outdoor
52 C
(Compressor)
ON
OFF
ON
52 X4
(4 Way Valve)
OFF
ON
Outdoor Fan
OFF
50 seconds
1 minute
Start Defrosting
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2 minutes
End Defrosting
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(10) Forced defrosting (Heat pump type only)
To test forced defrosting in the operation test mode, the unit may be operated once in the forced defrost mode as shown below.
S32, 40 models
Temporarily turn off the power source and then perform the following operation using the remote controller within 20 seconds
after the power is turned back on.
Operation
: Run
Air flow
Fan speed
: Low
Timer switch : On timer (
: Swing
Operation setting
: Heating
On time
)
: 3H
Temperature setting : 19
S50, 56 models
Turn the unit off and then on again, then perform the following operations within 20 seconds. ON-OFF: “ON”; FAN SPEED:
“LO”; Operation mode switch: “HEAT”: Room temperature adjustment: “19”, Timer switch: “ON”; Airflow switch: Swing,
Time: as desired; Start time: 180 minutes after present time: (Refer to note (1))
Note (1) Example of timer setting.
Clock:
ON time:
AM 4:00
AM 7:00
¡When the remote control operation is performed, forced defrosting will start for one minute after the three minute timer
operation ends. After that the defrost thermostat(23DH) will either turn OFF or the operation will stop after 10 minutes.
(11) High-pressure control (Heat pump type only)
The indoor heat exchanger thermistor detection temperature controls the indoor fan and compressor.
¡ When the indoor heat exchanger
temperature Is 61˚C
¡ When the indoor heat exchanger
temperature Is 64˚C
Speed 4
Indoor fan
ON
Compressor
Set fan
Speed
OFF
50
61
50
Indoor heat exchanger temperature (˚C)
64
Indoor heat exchanger temperature (˚C)
(12) Three-minute forced operation
When the compressor begins operating the thermal operation is not effective for three minutes, so operation continues as is in the
operation mode. (After three minutes has passed the thermal operation is effective.)
However, stopping the compressor via a stop signal or protection control has priority.
(13) Heating operation overload protection (Heat pump type only)
During heating operation in overload condition (room outside air temperature is considerably high), in order to protect the unit, the
outdoor fan is controlled by the pressure switch (63H) and the compressor and outdoor fan are controlled by the heat exchanger
sensor (Th2)
(a)
Outdoor fan control
(b) Compressor and outdoor fan control
High pressures are prevented and extreme heat
When high pressure occurs even with the outdoor
absorption controlled by turning the outdoor fan ON
fan off, stop the compressor and outdoor fan with
and OFF with the pressure switch.
the indoor heat exchange sensor to protect the unit.
Outdoor fan
ON
OFF
32,40: 2.02(20.5) 2.41(24.5)
50,56: 1.86(19.0)
High pressure MPa (kgf/cm2)
ON
Compressor
Outdoor fan
OFF
50
64
Indoor heat exchanger temperature (°C)
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(14) High power operation (Remote controller “HI POWER” button on) [50, 56 model only]
The indoor unit fan rotates at speed 4 for 15 minutes, and carries out continuous cooling and heating.
(15) Economy operation (Remote controller “ECONO” button on) [50, 56 model only]
(a)
Cooling economy operation
The indoor unit fan operates 2ºC higher than the set temperature at speed 1.
(b) Thermal dry economy operation
Thermal dry operation carried out at 2ºC higher than the set temperature.
(c)
Heating economy operation
The indoor unit fan operates 2ºC lower than the set temperature at speed 2.
(16) Self diagnosis function
When something abnormal happens on the outdoor unit, indoor unit fan motor and each sensor (heat exchanger, room temperature,) it will be indicated by flashing lamps.
(a)
Abnormality of outdoor unit: TIMER lamp will flashing when 5 minutes after it has been operated with the compressor ON (52ºC ON) the temperature on heat exchanger thermistor will not go below 25ºC
for more than 20 minutes for cooling and will not go over 30ºC for more than 20 minutes
for heating.
(The compressor will stop when cooling more than 20 minutes after flashing of the lamp,
or heating above 25ºC abe below 30ºC.)
(b) Abnormality of indoor fan motor: The indoor fan motor revolves at a rate under 300 rpm for 30 seconds or longer, the
RUN lamp will flash.
(c)
Abnormality of heat exchanger thermistor: RUN lamp will flashing when the input temperature of the heat exchanger
thermistor measures less than –20ºC for more than 3 seconds with the
air-conditioner “OFF”. (will not flashing during operation)
(d) Abnormality room temperature thermistor: RUN lamp will flashing when the input temperature of the room temperature thermistor measures less than –20ºC for more than 3 seconds
with the air-conditioner “OFF”. (will not flashing during operation)
Note (1)
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If the above abnormalities happen concurrently, the lamp will flashing in the order of item number (a) through (d) above.
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2.5
APPLICATION DATA
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
¡ Please read these “Safety Precautions” first then accurately execute the installation work.
¡ Though the precautionary points indicated herein are divided under two headings,
WARNING and
CAUTION , those points
which are related to the strong possibility of an installation done in error resulting in death or serious injury are listed in the
WARNING section. However, there is also a possibility of serious consequences in relationship to the points listed in the
CAUTION section as well. In either case, important safety related information is indicated, so by all means, properly observe all
that is mentioned.
¡ After completing the installation, along with confirming that no abnormalities were seen from the operation tests, please explain
operating methods as well as maintenance methods to the user (customer) of this equipment, based on the owner’s manual.
Moreover, ask the customer to keep this sheet together with the owner’s manual.
WARNING
¡ This system should be applied to places as households, residences and the like. Application to inferior environment such as engineering shop could cause equipment malfunction.
¡ Please entrust installation to either the company which sold you the equipment or to a professional contractor.
Defects from improper installations can be the cause of water leakage, electric shocks and fires.
¡ Execute the installation accurately, based on following the installation manual. Again, improper installations can
result in water leakage, electric shocks and fires.
¡ For installation, confirm that the installation site can sufficiently support heavy weight. When strength is insufficient, injury can result from a falling of the unit.
¡ For electrical work, please see that a licensed electrician executes the work while following the safety standards
related to electrical equipment, and local regulations as well as the installation instructions, and that only exclusive use circuits are used.
Insufficient power source circuit capacity and defective installment execution can be the cause of electric shocks
and fires.
¡ Accurately connect wiring using the proper cable, and insure that the external force of the cable is not conducted
to the terminal connection part, through properly securing it improper connection or securing can result in heat
generation or fire.
¡ Take care that wiring does not rise upward, and accurately install the lid/service panel. It’s improper installation
can also result in heat generation or fire.
¡ When setting up or moving the location of the air conditioner, do not mix air etc. or anything other than the
designated refrigerant (R22) within the refrigeration cycle.
Rupture and injury caused by abnormal high pressure can result from such mixing.
¡ Always use accessory parts and authorized parts for installation construction. Using parts not authorized by this
company can result in water leakage, electric shock, fire and refrigerant leakage.
¡ Ventilate the work area when refrigerant leaks during the operation.
Coming in contact with fire, refrigerant could generate toxic gas.
¡ Confirm after the foundation construction work that refrigerant does not leak.
If coming in contact with fire of a fan heater, a stove or movable cooking stove, etc., refrigerant leaking in the
room could generate toxic gas.
CAUTION
¡ Execute proper grounding. Do not connect the ground wire to a gas pipe, water pipe, lightning rod or a telephone
ground wire.
Improper placement of ground wires can result in electric shock.
¡ The installation of an earth leakage breaker is necessary depending on the established location of the unit.
No installing an earth leakage breaker may result in electric shock.
¡ Do not install the unit where there is a concern about leakage of combustible gas.
The rare event of leaked gas collecting around the unit could result in an outbreak of fire.
¡ For the drain pipe, follow the installation manual to insure that it allows proper drainage and thermally insulate it
to prevent condensation. Inadequate plumbing can result in water leakage and water damage to interior items.
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2.5.1
Selection of location for installation
(1) Indoor unit
(a)
Where there is no obstructions to the air flow and where the
cooled air can be evenly distributed.
(b)
A solid place where the unit or the wall will not vibrate.
(c)
A place where there will be enough space for servicing. (Where
Right
side
Left
side
space mentioned below can be secured)
(d)
Where wiring and the piping work will be easy to conduct.
(e)
The place where receiving part is not exposed to the direct rays of the sun or the strong rays of the street lighting.
(a)
A place where good air circulation can be obtained.
(b)
A place where the exhausted air will not be sucked in for the
second time.
A place where the unit will not be affected by other heat sources.
(When there are several units installed or another heat source)
(d)
Do not install the unit near the seaside, or where there is possibil-
Air
Outlet
ity of chlorine gas generation.
(e)
A place where discharged hot and cold air or unit’s operating
sound will not be nuisance to the neighbourhood.
(f)
A place where servicing space can be secured.
(g)
A place where vibration will not be enlarge.
(h)
In heating operation, snow deposit on the heat-exchanger of
2000
(Free)
( Service
space )
Air inlet
(c)
Air inlet
100
(600)
100
(2) Outdoor unit
600
(800)
Notes (1) If the wall is higher than 1.2 m or a ceiling is
present, distances larger than indicated in the
above table must be provided.
(2) Value in ( ) indicates 50,56 models
Snow hood
outdoor unit must be prevented for keeping the normal performance capacity.
(i)
Snow-hood on outdoor unit as in drawing, will reduce the
frequency of defrost operation.
Height:
Must be over the
possible snow deposit
height
When installing the snow hood, take care so that the air
outlet of the snow hood will not face directly into the most
windy direction.
(ii)
Design the base higher than possible snow deposit.
(3) Limitations for one way piping length and vertical height difference.
Model
Item
One way piping length (R)
Outdoor
Vertical height
unit is lower
difference (H)
Outdoor unit
is higher
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15
5m
5m
h
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2.5.2
Installation of indoor unit
(1) Installation if installation board
(a)
Fixing of installation board
Lock for the inside wall structures (Intermediate support or pillar)
and firmly install the unit after level surface has been checked.
Adjustment of the installation
board in the horizontal direction
is to be conducted with lour screws
in a temporary tightened state.
Standard hole
Adjust so that board will be level
by turning the board with the
standard hole as the center.
Mating Mark for Lever Surface
(Horizontally)
(b) Fixing method of installation board
Fixing on concrete wall
Use of nut anchor
Bolt
(M6 × 12)
Mounting
board
Use of bolt anchor
Nut
(M6)
Mounting
board
Max. 10
(2) Drilling the and installation of sleeve
(a)
Drill a hole with ø65 whole core drill
Indoor side
Outdoor side
Note (1) Drill a hall with incline of 5 degree from
indoor side to outdoor side.
(b) Adjusting sleeve lenght (Option parts)
Cut off the sleeve
collar in case of
drawing piping out
to rear.
Cut off the sleeve
cooler that can be
seen from beneath
the unit.
(c)
Wall thickness
+ 1.5 cm
Install the sleeve
(Inserting sleeve)
(*Sleeve + *Inclined + *Sealing plate)
View of sleeve when installed
Turn to
tighten
Sleeve
Inclined
flange
Sealing
plate
Paste
Indoor side
Outdoor side
Indoor side
Outdoor side
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(3) Preparation of indoor unit
(a)
Mounting of connecting wires
S 32, 40 models
(i)
Remove lid.
(ii)
Remove cover, terminal block cover.
(iii) Connect the connection wire securely to the terminal block.
1
Earth
Wiring
Terminal
Connecting Wiring
Terminal Block
Wiring Clamp
Affix the connection wire securely to the terminal block. If the wire
is not affixed completely, contact will be poor, and it is dangerous
as the terminal block may heat up and catch fire.
2
door connections.
3
Terminal Block Cover
Take care not to confuse the terminal numbers for indoor and out-
Affix the connection wire using the wiring clamp.
Cover
Lid
Pull the part marked while pushing
its part in the direction of allow so as
to dismount it. (Dismount or detach it
for each side).
(iv) Attach the terminal back cover.
(v)
Attach the lid.
S 50, 56 models
(i)
Open the suction grille, then remove the lid.
(ii)
Remove the wiring clamp.
Suction grille
(iii) Pass the connecting wire to terminal block from behind of indoor
unit.
Connecting wire
(iv) Connect the connecting wire securely to the terminal block.
1
Wiring clamp
Connect the connection wire securely to the terminal block. If the
wire is not affixed completely, contact will be poor, and it is dan-
Terminal
block
Screw
gerous as the terminal block may heat up and catch fire.
2
Take care not to confuse the terminal numbers for indoor and outdoor connections.
3
Affix the connection wire using the wiring clamp.
(v)
Fix the connecting wire by wiring clamp.
Lid
(vi) Attach the lid.
(vii) Close the suction grille.
Use cables for interconnection wiring to avoid loosening of the wires.
CENELEC code for cables Required field cables.
H05 RNR3G1.5 (Example)
H Harmonized cable type
05 300/500 volts
R Natural-and/or synth, rubber wire insulation
N Polychloroprene rubber conductors insulation
R Stranded core
3or5 Number of conductors
G One conductor of the cable is the earth conductor
(yellow/green)
1.5
Section of copper wire (mm2)
Cooling only
type
type
Heat pump
1 BROWN
2 BLUE
3 BLACK
–
4 GREEN
–
YELLOW
GREEN
(b) Protective taping (Protect the cable with tape at the section where the cable passes through the hole opened on the wall.)
(c)
Forming of pipe (Holding down the pipe at the root, change the pipe direction, extend it and adjust according to the
circumstance.)
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[When the pipe is extended to left and taken out from the rear center]
(Drain pipe relocation procedure)
1. Remove the drain pipe.
2. Remove the drain cap.
3. Insert the drain cap.
4. Connect the drain pipe.
¡ Loosen the spring clamp to ¡ Remove by hand or use ¡ Securely insert the drain cap ¡ Loosen the spring clamp and
remove.
cutting pliers, etc.
removed in the step 2.
securely insert the drain pipe.
Note: If it is inserted insufficiently, Note: If it is inserted insufficiently,
water leakage could result.
water leakage could result.
¡ When arranging the pipe through a hole opened at the center, open the
Chute
knockout hole using nippers, etc.
Note (1) It is designed to collect moisture
accumulated on the rear face in the
drain pan. Be sure not to accommodate
the power cable, etc. above the chute.
Wall
Pipe accommodation space
(4) Installation of indoor unit
(a)
Hang the upper portion of the unit rear cover on the mounting board,
and then magnet on the lower unit portion will pull to fix the unit.
(b)
Be sure not to leave any trap on the drain pipe.
Slighty push
Declining slope
Inverted slipe
Mounting
block
Trap
Wall
2.5.3
Installation of outdoor unit
(1) Installation of outdoor unit
(a)
Make sure that sufficient space for installation and service is secured.
(b)
Fix the leg sections of the unit on a firm base which will not play.
Attach cushion pads, etc. between the unit and the mounting fixtures not to transmit vibration to the building.
(c)
Attach a drain elbow, etc. under the drain port of the bottom plate to guide drain water. (Drain elbow should not be used
where days when temperature drops below 0˚C continue for several days. Draining may be disturbed by frozen water.)
(d)
When installing the unit at a higher place or where it could be toppled with strong winds, secure the unit firmly with
foundation bolts, wire, etc.
(2) Connection of indoor and outdoor connecting wiring
(a)
Connect the wiring according to the number of the indoor terminal block. (Mis-wiring may cause the burning damage, and
make sure to connect correctly.)
Cooling only
type
type
Wiring clamp
Heat pump
1 BROWN
2 BLUE
Terminal block
Earth terminal
3 BLACK
–
4 GREEN
–
YELLOW
GREEN
Interconnecting wire
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2.5.4
Refrigerant piping
(1) Preparation
Keep the openings of the pipes covered with tapes etc. to prevent dust, sand, etc. from entering them.
Indoor unit side
Outdoor unit side
Remove
Remove
¡ Remove the flared nuts.
(on both liquid and gas sides)
(2)
Press
Press
(Do not
turn)
Dimension A
Liquid side
(φ6.35): 9-9.5 dia
Gas side
(φ9.52): 13.2-14 dia
(φ12.7): 16.2-17 dia
¡ Remove the flared nuts.
(on both liquid and gas sides)
¡ Install the removed flared nuts to the pipes to be connected,
then flare the pipes.
Connection of refrigerant piping
Indoor unit side
Outdoor unit side
¡ Connect firmly gas and liquid side
pipings by Torque wrench.
¡ Connect firmly gas and liquid side
pipings by Torque wrench.
Spanner
(for fixing
the piping)
Torque
wrench
¡ Specified torquing value:
¡ Specified torquing value:
Liquid side (ø6.35) : 15.7~19.6 N·m(1.6~2.0 kgf·m)
Liquid side (ø6.35): 15.7~19.6 N·m(1.6~2.0 kgf·m)
Gas side (ø12.7) : 39.2~49.0 N·m(4.0~5.0 kgf·m)
Gas side (ø12.7) : 39.2~49.0 N·m(4.0~5.0 kgf·m)
¡ Use one more spanner to fix the valve.
¡ Always use a Torque wrench and back up spanner to tighten the flare nut.
(3) Air purge
(a)
Tighten all flare nuts in the pipings both indoor and outside wall so as not to cause leak.
(b)
Connect operating valve, charge hose, manifold valve and vacuum pump as is illustrated below.
(c)
Open manifold valve handle Lo to its full width, and perform vacuum or evacuation.
Continue the vacuum or evacuation operation for 15 minutes or more and check to see that the vacuum gauge reads
– 0.1MPa (– 76cm Hg).
(d)
After completing vacuum operation, fully open operating valve (Both gas and liquid sides) with hexagon headed wrench.
(e)
Check for possible leakage of gas in the connection parts of both indoor and outdoor.
Compound Pressure
(Gauge)
gauge
–76 cm Hg
Handle Lo
(pressure)
Stop valve
(Three-way
valve)
Stop valve
(Two-way valve)
Charge hose
Service port
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Manifold
valve
Handle Hi
(pressure)
Charge hose
Vacuum pump
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Additional refrigerant charge
When refrigerant piping exceeds 7.5m conduct additional refrigerant charge after refrigerant sweeping.
Max. 10m
Additional charge amount per meter = 20g/m*
10m over 15m
Additional charge amount per meter = 30g/m
*In case of cooling only unit charge amount is 10g/m
[Example for heat pump units]
How much amount of additional charge for 10m piping?
(10 – 7.5)m × 20g/m = 50g
50g for additional charge
How much amount of additional charge for 15m piping?
(10 – 7.5)m × 20g/m + (15 – 10)m × 30g/m = 200g 200g for additional charge
(4) Insulation of connecting portion
1)
Cover the connection portion of the refrigerant piping with
To cover the connecting portion with
insulation materials, cut upper portion and
then seal it with insulation materials.
Vinyl tape
the pipe cover and seal them.
If neglecting to do so, moisture occurs on the piping and
water will drip out.
2)
Insulation
Refrigerant piping
Electrical wiring
Covering tape
Drain hose
Finishing and fixing
a)
Tie up the piping with wrapping tape, and shape it so
that it conforms to which the pipe is attached.
b)
2.5.5
Fix them with clamps as right figure.
Cover the exterior portion with
covering tape and shape the piping
so it will match the contours of the
route that the piping to take. Also
fix the wiring and pipings to the
wall with clamps.
Tapping screw
Test run
(1) Conduct trial run after confirming that there is no gas leaks.
(2) When conducting trial run set the remote controller thermostat to continuous operation position. However when the power source
is cut off or when the unit’s operation switch is turned off or was turned to fan operation position, the unit will not go into operation
in order to protect the compressor.
(3) Insert in electric plug into the electric outlet and make sure that it is not loose.
(a)
When there is something wrong with the electric outlet and if the insertion of the electric plug is insufficient, there may occur
a burn out.
(b)
It is very important to be careful of above when pulgging in the unit to an already furnished electrical outlet.
(4) Explain to the customer on the correct usage of the air conditioner in simple layman’s terms.
(5) Make sure that drain flows properly.
(6) Standard operation data
(a)
Heat pump type
Item
High pressure MPa(kgf/cm2)
Low pressure MPa(kgf/cm2)
Temp. difference between suction
air and discharge air (˚C)
Running current (A)
(220/240V)
Model
Cooling
SRK328HENF-L2
–
SRK408HENF-L2
–
Heating
1.67~1.86 (17 ~ 19)
1.76 ~ 1.96 (18 ~ 20)
Cooling
0.44 ~ 0.54 (4.5 ~ 5.5)
0.39 ~0.49 (4.0 ~ 5.0)
Heating
–
–
Cooling
12 ~ 16
12 ~ 16
Heating
18 ~ 22
18 ~ 22
Cooling
6.9/6.9
6.4/6.4
Heating
6.1/6.1
6.5/6.5
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(220/240V)
Model
Item
High pressure MPa(kgf/cm2)
Low pressure MPa(kgf/cm2)
Temp. difference between
suction air and discharge air (˚C)
Running current (A)
SRK501HENF-L
Cooling
SRK561HENF-L
–
–
Heating
1.67~1.86 (17 ~ 19)
1.76 ~ 1.96 (18 ~ 20)
Cooling
0.39 ~ 0.49 (4 ~ 5)
0.34 ~0.44 (3.5 ~ 4.5)
Heating
–
–
Cooling
12 ~ 16
13 ~ 18
Heating
19 ~ 23
21 ~ 25
Cooling
8.4/8.2
10.2/9.53
Heating
8.5/8.3
10.5/9.95
(b) Cooling only type
Item
(220/240V)
Model
SRK501CENF-L
2
SRK561CENF-L
High pressure MPa(kgf/cm )
–
–
Low pressure MPa(kgf/cm2)
0.39 ~ 0.49 (4 ~ 5)
0.34 ~ 0.44 (3.5 ~ 4.5)
Temp. difference between
suction air and discharge air (˚C)
12 ~ 16
13 ~ 18
Running current (A)
8.4/8.2
10.2/9.53
Note (1) The data are measured at following conditions.
Ambient air temperature
Indoor side: Cooling ... 27°C DB, 19°C WB, Heating ... 20°C DB
Outdoor side: Cooling ... 35°C DB, 24°C WB, Heating ... 7°C DB, 6°C WB
2.5.6
Precautions for wireless remote controller installation and operation
(1) Wireless remote controller covers the following distances:
(a)
When operating facing the air-conditioner:
6
m
or
le
ss
or
Wireless remote
controller
6 m or less
or les
s
less
or less
Notes (1) The remote controller is correctly facing the sensing
element of the air conditioner when being manipulated.
(2) The typical coverage is indicated (in the left
illustration). It may be more or less depending on the
installation.
(3) The coverage may be less or even nil. If the sensing
element is exposed to strong light, such as direct
sunlight, illumination, etc., or dust is deposited on it or
it is used behind a curtain, etc.
(b) When manipulating the remote controller mounted on a wall:
Make sure that it works normally (i.e., transmission/reception signal is
audible) before mounting.
Receiver
Remote control
available in this area.
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2.6
MAINTENANCE DATA
2.6.1
Trouble shooting
(1) Trouble shooting to be performed prior to exchanging PCB, (Printed circuit board) [Common to all models]
All the models described in this chapter are controlled by a microcomputer. When providing maintenance service to customers it
is necessary to understand the function controlled by a micro computer thoroughly, so as not to mistakenly identify correct operations as mis-operations. It is also necessary to perform the following simple checks before conducting detailed checks or exchanging printed circuit board.
Before exchanging Printed circuit board
Claim call from the user
Ascertain the nature of the claim.
Unit did not cool, etc.
¡ Is the power on?
¡ Is the thermostat setting correct?
(Not too high?)
¡ Is the unit in a timer operation?
¡ Does user understand function?
etc.
Ascertain the operation status.
Is this nonsense claim?
YES
No
Operate the unit.
¡ Explain the function of the unit to user.
Does the trouble occur again?
No
No need for PCB change
Check further the status when the trouble occured
(such as the timer of occurence, power failures, thunder, use status of other electrical appliances, etc).
Clarify the reason for the problem and explain it thoroughly to the user.
YES
Temporarily turn off the power source and
turn it on again in about 1 min. and turn the
unit on again.
Does the trouble occur again?
No
No need for PCB change
Microcomputer runaway due to power source
conditions is a possible cause.
YES
Disconnect connectors and connect them
again.
Operate the unit again after confirming that the fuse
and the varistor equipped on PCB does not burn out.
Does the trouble occur again?
No
No need for PCB change
The cause is defective connector contact.
YES
Carry out checks according to detailed
check process (See later page)
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(2) Indication of Self Diagnosis (Indoor unit)
Connect of Defect
TIMER lamp
is lights
continuously.
RUN lamp is
lights
continuously.
Place of defect
RUN lamp is flashing.
(1 Time flash.)
Abnormality of heat
exchanger thermistor.
¡ Disconnection of heat exchanger thermistor.
RUN lamp is flashing.
(2 Time flash.)
Abnormality of room
temperature thermistor.
¡ Disconnection of room temperature
thermistor.
RUN lamp is flashing.
(6 Time flash.)
Abnormality of indoor
fan motor.
¡ Fan motor is defective.
¡ Printed circuit board is defective.
TIMER lamp is flashing.
(5 Time flash.)
Abnormality of outdoor
unit.
¡ Compressor is defective.
¡ Capacitor is defective.
¡ Gas is short.
(3) Troubleshooting
Abnormality of outdoor unit
[Compressor malfunction of insufficient gas (refrigerant)]
No
Does compressor operate?
Is protective device normal?
No
Replace protective device.
Yes
Yes
Is refrigerant circulation
volume normal?
Yes
Is abnormality the same after
gas charging?
Is capacitor normal?
No
No
Replace capacitor.
Insufficient gas.
Yes
Yes
Clogging of capillary tube. etc.
Replace compressor.
Abnormality of indoor fan motor
(Fan motor defective, printed circuit board defective)
Is the connector connection
good?
No
Repair the connector.
Yes
Is voltage being applied to the
fan motor?
Yes
The fan motor is defective.
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No
The indoor circuit board
is defective.
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Anormality of thermistor
Disconnection of thermistor and defective connection of connector
Chart for thermistor temperature
resistance characteristics
Is connection to connector
good?
No
Repair connector.
(Disconnection)
Is thermistor resistance
value normal?
No
Resistance value
Yes
Replace thermistor.
Yes
(kΩ)
Replace PCB.
(Short circuit)
Temperature (°C)
(4) Trouble Diagnostic Procedures
Unit malfunctions or
does not stop.
Indoor lamp of
indoor unit does not
illuminate.
Remove receptacle.
Insert it after 3 min.
and operate.
Runaway of microcomputer
No change.
Replace PCB.
Normal operation.
Microcomputer rarely
mis-starts even during
times or power supply
or power failure, but, it
can sometimes occur
during those times. If it
occurs, check the operation, when the result is
positive then proceed as
normal.
Check receptacle voltage.
Check if PCB fuse is blown.
Replace fuse.
Check varistor.
Replace varistor.
Check transformer secondary
voltage
No
Replace transformer
(32, 40 model only)
Replace PCB.
Outdoor fan does not
operate.
Check it during cooling
operation.
Yes
Check voltage with fan
connector.
Abnormal
Check capacitor.
Replace capacitor.
Normal
No
Replace fan motor.
(1)
Remove 52XΒ(52X6)red
wires to check operation.
Operates
Replace 23DH.
Does not operate.
(1)
Short-circuit 63H to check
operation.
(1)
Operates
Replace 63H.
Does not operate.
Measure voltage of 52XB
(52X6) No.2 ,and terminal
block 2.
No
Replace 52XB(52X6).
Notes (1) It is not necessary to inspect
the dedicated cooling unit.
(2) Value in ( ) indicates
32,40models
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(5) Trouble shooting chart for the room temperature thermistor (Th1), heat exchanger thermistor (Th2) and defrost thermostat (23DH)
Unit
Thermistor
Function
Operation
Room temperature
thermistor (1) (Th1)
except for “continuous”
thermal setting.
Short circuit
Cooling
Indoor unit
Heating
Cooling will not operate
¡ FMI : continuous operation
¡ CM,FMo: stopped
Heating will not operate
(CM, FMo, FMI all stopped)
Continuous heating operation.
¡ Cannot be turned ON/OFF by thermostat
¡ When FMI is on. “AUTO” is continuously Hi
Cooling will operate
¡ Heat exchanger frost preventer begins to operate
¡ Cools alternately for 10 minutes, stopping for 3
minutes.
Cooling
Cooling will not operate.
Heating
Heating will not operate
¡ Heating overload protect begins to operate
¡ When FM is on, “AUTO’” is continuously
Hi
¡ CM, FMo are stopped
Heat exchanger
thermistor (Th2)
Outdoor unit
Broken connection
Continuous Cooling operation
¡ Cannot be turned ON/OFF by thermostat
¡ When FMI is on. “AUTO” is continuously
Hi
Cooling
Defrost thermostat
(23DH)
Heating
Heating will not operate normally
¡ CM, FMo are ON
¡ FMI is OFF
¡ Hot keep lamp illuminated
Cooling will not operate (blown breaker)
¡ CM, FMI are ON
¡ FMo is OFF
No effect
Heating will not operate normally
(The defrosting will operate normally, but
23DH reset is not possible. De frosts for 10
minutes)
Heating will operate.
¡ Unable to defros(2)
¡ Will not operate for very long when outside air
temperature is low
Notes
(1) When the room temperature thermistor (Th1) will not operate normally. Cooling or heating operation may be run continuously by putting the thermostat setting on
“CONTINUOUS”
(2) When switching to the defrost cycle, 23DH opens (broken connection), the machanism resets to heating, and defrosting will not operate.
(6) How to make sure of remote controller
(1)
Is remote
controller
normal?
NO
Remote controller
defects
YES
Note (1) How to check the remote controller
S32, 40 models
(a)
Press the reset switch of remote controller.
(b)
If the salmost normal if entire display of remote controller is shown after
indication.
Again pushing
operating switch
Operating the
unit?
YES
Abnormal is not
fount
S50,56 models
NO
Does operating
backup switch
(a)
Press the reset switch of remote controller.
(b)
If the setting temperature is displayed 0˚C and then
the present time is displayed 12:00, there is no
significant problem.
Operating the unit
YES
Is control unit
normal
NO
Replace the
display
Operating the unit
NO
Remote
controller defects
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2.6.2
Servicing
(1) Evacuation
The evacuation is an procedure to purge impurities ...... noncondensable gas, air, moisture from the refrigerant equipment by using
a vacuum pump. Since the refrigerant R407C is very insoluble in water, even a small amount of moisture left in the refrigerant
equipment will freeze, causing what is called water clogging.
¡ Evacuation procedure
(a)
Check to ensure that there is no internal pressure in the unit. If there is an internal pressure, it
should be relieved through the check joint.
(b)
Connect the service hoses of the gauge manifold to the check joint of the gas & liquid piping.
(c)
Connect a vacuum pump to the charge hose A . Repeat evacuation in the following sequence.
Liquid side
Start the vacuum pump
Gas side
Operate the vacuum pump for more than 15 minutes after –0.1MPa
(–76 cmHg) is indicated.
Check joint
Close low pressure valve 1 of gauge manifold.
Service hose
Gauge
manifold
Stop the vacuum pump.
Charge hose
Notes (1) Do not use the refrigerant pressure to expel air.
(2) Do not use the compressor for evacuation.
(3) Do not operate the compressor in the vacuum condition.
Refrigerant
cylinder
Vacuum
pump
(2) Refrigerant charge
(a)
Discharge refrigerant entirely from the unit and evacuate the unit.
Note: Addition of refrigerant without evacuation is unreasonable, because it will result in low charge or overcharge.
(b)
Keep the gauge manifold and connect a refrigerant cylinder to the unit.
(c)
Record the weight of the refrigerant cylinder on the balance. This is necessary for making sure of the charged refrigerant
amount.
(d)
Purge air from the charge hose A .
Firstly loose the connecting portion of the charge hose A at the gauge manihold side and open the valve 3 for a few seconds,
and then immediately retighten it after observing that gas is blow out from the loosened portion.
(e)
Open the valve 1 and 3 after discharging air from the charge hose A , then the gas refrigerant begins flowing from the
cylinder into the unit. Be sure to erect the refrigerant cylinder upright to let gas refrigerant flow into the unit.
(f)
When refrigerant has been charged into the system to some extent, refrigerant flow becomes stagnant, when that
happens, start the compressor in cooling cycle until the unit is filled with gas to the specified weight.
(g)
Making sure of the refrigerant amount, close the valve 3.
(h)
Disconnect the charge hose from the unit. Cover the valve ports of the refrigerant piping with caps and tighten them securely.
(i)
Check for gas leakage applying a gas leak detector along the piping line.
(j)
Start the air conditioner and make sure of its operating condition ...... high side and low side pressures and temperature
difference between suction air and outlet air.
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2.6.3
Power supply remote operation
When the remote part on indoor unit PCB is modified, the air conditioner is turned ON-OFF by power supply ON-OFF operation
without using remote control switch.
After the power supply remote operation, the operation contents can be modified by the remote controller.
(1) Operation contents
COOL: 26˚C
DRY: 25˚C
HEAT: 25˚C
Air capacity change
AUTO
Flap
AUTO
Timer
Continuous
Operation change
AUTO
Set temperature
COOL: 26˚C
DRY: 25˚C
Air capacity change
AUTO
Flap
AUTO
Timer
Continuous
Air conditioner
STOP
Set temperature
Air conditioner
STOP
AUTO
Power supply OFF
Operation change
Power supply OFF
3-minute timer
operation
Start operation
Heat pump type
Power supply ON
(a)
Start operation
3-minute timer
operation
Power supply ON
(b) Cooling only type
(2) Modification method
S32,40 models
Solder the high-speed switching diode (manufacturer: Matsushita, Manufacture type No.: MA165) to “Remote” part on the
PCB in the direction as shown in the diagram below.
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S50,56 models
Cut the jumper wire for the “REMOTE” section on the printed circuit board.
Carefully position the jumper wire so that it does not come in contact with other parts.
CNG
CNE
REMOTE
CUSTOM
CNH
23D
52C
20S
CNU
(FMI)
FUSE1
(250V3, 15A)
52X1
CNM
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